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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 18, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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as: will be on its way this week

I Post 56 Elects/ New OfficersNew vhen City Council signs a purchase -
- -- I The troublesome problem of farther back from the shore line. And Widened By Co-op Project order for materials and
Farmer's Market : roads on the east side of Santa Beseiged on all sides by complaints -
Post officers who will Andrews (left] newly elected !F<- Lake was back in the laps ot due to,recent rain damages tooling which will cost $71.475.
guide the destinies of Jones-Lang- N'crtht-m Area commander and j County Commissioners Monday and already overspent in its I County Commissioner H. A. Bishop said. It J has not been firmed I Council voted Tuesday night to

ford-White Post 56 through the; H. H. Rabb Jr. district commander. of the load and bridge maintenance fund,[Bishop Jr. said yesterday that up yet as to what part each accept a negotiated contract with
Nearly Idled j night. Property owners
By next year are pictured at their I I Indian Beach and. Pumpkin Patch the Board put "long term tag"on necessary easements are being secured agency will have: in the program. l White Diesel Engineering Division -

installation last week: 1st row,' Next Tuesday's regular scheduler areas; some of whom have been the new road proposal but agreed and he believes that the Bishop; said. j of White Motor Co. Springfield .

fl-rl] John Godwin adjutant; See- meeting at 8 p. m. will beth able to reach their home only by to take immediate steps to'work cf widening and clearing out With an average of more than : Ohio under the supervision
Rainy WeatherFarm oer D. Goodman commander H.i first held under Alligator Creek through Starke 4i: inrhes of ''of
: the new of boat during recent rainy spells put the present shore-line road to rain falling over the Reynolds Smith and Hills
A. Bishop Jr.. 1st vice ccmman !! ficers. Commander Goodman will asked the Board at its mid-montn- Pumpkin Patch in shape and keepit will begin soma time next month. county since Jan. 1. AliigatcrOeek city consulting engineers Because

Ar: : and Joe Gray 2nd vice com- announce committee appoint ly meeting to make the present passable. In recent months Bishop said the work would be has been unable to carry( t.e! work is cf such a technical

Market Manager J. K mander. In second row are Guy ments fcr the coming year. road passable or build a new one I come property owners of the Patch dine: as a cooperative effort by'the the water off fast enough during I nature the council agreed that
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Wainwright said Tuesday that have had to park their cars and City the County the Mosquito seteral downpours causing flood I supervision by the engineers was
this would prtfoably be the- mark- : ( Control program the Du- conditions:: along U. S. 301 in theaea necessary. Jess Thomas of that
embark in
boats the lake
on order
Duties -r : -. in
et's last week of operation as rain Conflicting ; Pont Company and the State of firm
0'1-T., Iv, to reach their homes. Pratt Street intersection. I will be in charge as he was
damage has stowed the flow ol! :: : 0' :, The present road to Pumpkin Road Department. They all havean Bishcp; said it had not been when the five engines, now in use,

produce to a trickle. Patch interest in this project and are determined there the western I were purchased from New Bern
was. opened several
Wainwright said he handled : in years. :o a degree, responsible fcr the terminus of the widening and N. C. about five 'years ago.
Bill Haas Resigns ago answer to the demand of|I
few five-dozen size crates of corr property owners in The area. Actually !:1 cirainage situation in Starke. eloarin: project would be. I Overall cost of the conversion
on Monday at a price of 1.25: I ,
$ .
however, it is not a deed i I r !including installation of pipe from
Seventy bushels of egg plant am Civil Defense Job .,,', ed road and crosses! private property -i Former Defendant I the street into the plant a regulator -
101'hushels of pepper went out on. along the shore line Ct Santa J i i i Tax Roll Shows ; : to reduce pressure from 100

Tuesday. Pepper /brought $4 a ( Fe, where some lot owners would He'Will Sue i I rcund per square inch to the 15
bushel, payable on delivery to the Says I i
William S. Haas submitted his ,,a y now like to build homes if and pounds to be used, and a cooling

buyer, and egg plant brought $3 resignation as Civil Defense Director when the county puts a new road Bradford $800,000 Rise i t"y'tem'as approximated by the
at the market. 'aether back from the lake. County i I engineers at 90000.
for Bradford at the
Only 72 bushels of cucumber, County Right of way for the new road .. Harold] Scott, also of Reynolds

have been sold this month, at an rrid-month meeting of the County was deeded to the county by Guy County Judge T. A. Yawn and In Evaluation .Smith and Hills and Mr. Thomas,
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average price of $2.85. This war Commissioners in the courthouse Wp r Andrews. Starke realtor, who sub- the Board cf County Commissioners I met with the council Tuesday

a sharp drop over the 2,283 buSh. Monday night. < divided and sold lots to much or have received similar letters ncht; and advised immediate con-

els sold in May at 4.12 a bushel Haas resigned because of conflicting p the Pumpkin Patch area. The in the past week :advising Th. 1958-59 tax roll! has been Ti>ion. saying that the saving in
but Wainwright said these totals Ty in the ointment however is them a suit will be filed againstthe completed! and will be presented fuel would be between 40 and 50

represented only about 25 per cent duties with his job as soil I that the proposed new road will county by a man who was recently -;j to the County Commission for !j jlat.prcval vr cent more than $30.000. pervcar
of the total crop of cucumbers conservationist for Bradford and I have to traverse some 1,000 to tried here in Circuit Courton 1 on the first Monday in i ii and should pay the cost

. The remainder of the crop was loss Baker Oounties. He said that m II 1,300 feet of marsh land, which a charge of breaking and en i J-iIy according to Bradford County -I within I three years.

to the rains. time of emergency his job with will require expensive fill. Andrews tering. Tax Assessor; Gene Long. Because the city will purchase

Other totals showed the sale ot the Department cf Agriculturewould : has agreed to provide the The letter received by the Com I Thp new roll carries an $800.- i. gas on an inteml table basis ata

700 crates of corn last week at require duties that might necessary dirt for the work, but, mission salutes" "Dear County' 000 taxable increase over last :j reduced rate the engines will
$1.50, 38 'bushels of Crowder peas even so, estimates for putting in Commissioner and reads, "I, year: it will total $6.943.210. This !:I be
conflict with those he would haveto the ,William P. Smart wish to advise equipped to use either natural
I and 20 bushels of egg plant at $3 new roa3Tiave run as high as !includes both real estate and personal [
I per bushel. perform as director of. Civil fSO.OOO. Other observers believe due to damages done to me property. It does not include gas or diesel fuel with an automatic
Defense. the cost would be that a suit will be filed againstthe I switch control. Each engine
Pepper sales for the year have BHS Seniors Go Jo Boys State more moderate' of Bradford by "I railroad and telegraph as-
county me.
totaled 1,524 bushels at an aver The Board cite Haas for out- around 10000. segments. The increase in evaluation will use 5 to 6 per cent of diesel
The letter is signed William P.
t age price of $4.08 a bushel. standing service (Curing his time But no matter whose estimates ,I : will bring!: the county ap- fuel for ignition but will run on
Smart and Mrs. Dora Frances
Wainwright said be knew of no I in office and expressed regret that John Dodd (left) and Hank Graham will be Bradford Coun. right the county doesn't have I i Snart and the return address is oioximately $34.000 in tax mon-|gas unless the available supply

plan afoot to have the county declared he found it necessary to resign. tjS representatives at Boys State, opening its 1939 session! in that: kind of money to spend on 119 NW 6th Ave., Miami. ies. j I 13 reduced then the controls will

a disaster area in order to The Commissioners have re- Tallahassee Sunday. John lot 1 the newly<< elected pre\ldent of a new road right"noW', County Clerk Charles Darby Lon? stated the increase in !automatically compensate by increasing -

receive Federal loan benefits. quested that Robert Mclntire, executive Student Council at BUS for the 1959-60 term, and Hank Ls sioners say. At the commis-I I and Sheriff P. D. Reddish both taxes came from new construc the diesel consumption.A .
of the Chamber of Both will be seniors next meeting however, they agreed I said at lass to .tion. increase in timberland and work estimate submitted by
"We tried that after the bad secretary president of the Beta Club. boys year. ; to i they were a understand -' I
Commerce fill the left spend! two days a month with equalization 0: property. White Co. materials
drought in 1955. and found so vacancy Boys State It sponsored,.annually by the Florida Department. on what grounds Smart stagy|?
Haas county equlpment..working on the "' '- The County Commission will would be 6n EancfTfo
.by. = Mclntire has not accepted l mJght! file a suit: days after
much red tape involved that-no American Legion and the local delegates are sponsored by Post pr. posed
new
access road to hold its annual
equalization has
as yet. William Smart and his brother I meeting the purchase order been re-
body could qualify for an FHA 56 and the Starke Rotary Club. Pumpkin Patch.
the first
I It !Ronald Smart were tried and on Monday in July. ceived. Cost Will include installation -
loan. he said. You have to
On motion by Commissioner H.
'found not guilty on a charge of r Assessor Long urges all persons on the engines. As each of
turnish the government with an A. Bishop. Jr. the Board went j interested to check their tax valuation the 'five engines is converted
.breaking and entering by a Circuit -
affidavit proving you can't get a Council Votes Tc Include en record however as not being Court jury on May 13. figures with the Assessor's ;it will be put into service. The
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loan from any other source. Then I responsible for maintaining and office before the equalization engineers 'estimated that it would

you have to put up collateral for 3x repairing roads to an additional Summer School meetin For valid reasons adjustments take between two and three. weeksto
the government loan. If anyone Laws In Cit Code subdivision that Andrews is opening Will may be made before convert each engine.
had collateral he could get a loan r i, Gas r on Little Santa Fe Lake, Offer Classes In this meeting but not after, Long Mr. Scott told the council that
in the first place. 1 don't know which would require more access stated.
i frz; R Cooking And SewingClasses gas fuel easier to handle, cleaner. -
enyone who is interested in the road north, of Pumpkin Patch.
.a City Council voted Tuesday tor for a traffic policeman at the and entails less maintenance
: program. night to incorporate "LP Gas hospital was turned down but in cooking and sewing Physical Fitness cost as well as being cheaper.

i Laws of Florida" in the city code Council agreed that if the institution -I,Midget League will be given as part of the Summer

Bradford Gets R 3 and instructed City Attorney A. will pay the cost the police Program for high school girls I Tests To Be Held
J. Thomas Jr. to write the Mu- : will either furnish an off- 'Plays GamesThe and girls who have completed the 12 Bradford BoysAt

C .9 nicipal Coding Corp., who are duty policeman or certify a qualified eighth grade Supervisor L. H. For Next 4 WeeksPhysical
1 u h recording city ordinances to that man. Gibson announced this week.
$5,500 Share Of } AQ effect.A Agreed to buy pipe for a street games Johns last week Oil Co.in team the won Midget two Enrollment will be at the Home Cherry Lake
k Economics Dept of BHS daily at fitness tests which
R decision was also made by off Brownlee road which is flood- Baseball League sponsored by the I
E council to join at $25 per year, in? with the State Road Dept to Jaycees. Results. of the three 8:30 and 10:30Local : a.m. will show boys and girls of this

Race Track SplitEach the Southern Building Code Congress do the work. games played were: area how they stack up againstthe For 4-H Gamp FunTwelve

the organization which Decided to advertise for a new June 10-Johns Oil Co., 16; Elks Hold national norm will begin
formulated the building code used light pick-up truck for use at the Florida Pest Control 1. Tuesday 3 p. in.. at Pratt St.
of the 67 counties in the by the city. Membership includes power plant. June 11-Florida Pest Control ServiceThe Playground City Recreation Di- Bradford County 4-H
etate has received $5,500 more in advice on additions and improvements Heard with regret on the partof 11; Starke Builders Supply. 6. Flag Day rector Bob Benner announcedthis Club boys, accompanied by Coun-
track
race revenue to date this Rev. H. 0. needed to keep up to date all members the resignationof June 12-Johns Oil Co.. 15; week. tv Agent G. T. Huggins are attending -
Boyette
year than the $168.000 received by Defense Director B.P.O. Elks held their annual The
in building ordinances. County Civil Community State Bank 2. entire program will cover camp this week at Cherry
this time last year. Other business handled '3y the Bill Haas. Schedule for the coming week: Flag Day service In the ClUbrooms four consecutive Tuesdays and I Lake in Madison County. Theyleft

Bradford County Clerk Charles Rev. H. O. Bcyette. the new council included: June 22 Community State Sunday afternoon. June 14. will include pull-ups standing early Monday morning and ,

Darby said checks of $5,500 were Methodist minister who preachedhis A decision to fill out survey City To Canvass Bank vs. Johns Oil Co. with Exalted Ruler Owen Vaughan broad jump. 50 yard dash softball will return home Friday after
sent to each county including presiding.The I throw for distance 600 yard
the noon.
first sermon here last Sunday information requested by June 24-Starke Builders Sup-
Bradford on June :5 bringing this Florida Municipal Association tribute to the flag was!run-walk and three aquatic tests. Boys attending are Eddie Douglas -
Florida Pest Control.
Homes ply
For GasApplications vs.
hails from Zolfo Springs
year's total to 173500. One more inj I pertaining to use of atomic energyin June 25 Community State gvien by Lex GJ'PEn. who concluded Open to boys and girls from 10 Mike Castlen Robert Crews
small payment Is expected June Hardee: County. His wife comes the future. Cities who cooperate : Bank vs. Florida Pest Control. "!by reading the poem "My Flag years through high school age, Larry Whitehead, Kenny Bagwell.

SO. from Mt. Washington Ky. will be in line for plantsif June 26-Johns Oil Co. vs. And Your Flag.. The responsewas :. those meeting or exceeding the' Larry O'Neal. Carlton Men?,

The total so tar is $368,000 Mr. Boyette attended high and when they are erected in Starke Builders Supply. given by Past Exalted Rule standard will receive certificates.In Lynn White Harvey Green Richard

more than the tax produced m school in Wauchula. He receivedhis their area.Refusal Six or eight persons [men or i Jerome Johns. line with the President's Lee, Robert Moody and

fiscal 1957-;8. meaning an additional AB degree from Asberry College of the request of a women 1 are needed to make a 'Earleton Fish Red roses, white lilies of thE Physical Fitness Program, the Jimmy I-awson. They are camping

$5,500 per county. Wilmore Ky.. in 1949 and ]loading:: zone at the Peyton Floret house to house canvass in Starke Camp valley, and blue hyacinths and a i tests were standardized from tests with 136 other boys from Leon,
his BS from Asberry Theological Sold For $50,000John cross-piece! of evergreen, dotted I given 8.500 students throughout Uberty. and WakuDa Counties.
At the present time the first I on the grounds that all fur for the purpose of obtaining applications -
$15.000 of Bradford County's racetrack Seminary In 1952. He served three ther such designations will be I from potential naturalgas with 13 silver, stars,, were plated I tee nation by Physical Education Camp activities include swim

funds goes to the hospital, years in the European Theatre .refused. Members said each business consumers. City Clerk Carl F. Doggett has sold Bud. CP the altar by the; officers t o J I Directors. ming. indoor and outdoor sports,
with the school board getting bO During World War H. i if given a loading zone Johns said yesterday. dy's Landing popular fish campat form a Bell of Liberty. Adjustments will be made in and crafts.

per cent of the balance and coun- The Boyettes have four children would decrease available parkingto Persons interested in work of Earleton on the west side ot Esteemed Loyal Knight Robe t seme of the tests for girls and The 4-H program is open to
6 this] kind should at the City Lake Santa FIC'to\, Otey W. McMahon McRae led the singing of "AukLang :I students. The boys 10 years of age and over
ty 40 per cent. : Steve .9; Linda 7; Phil ; a serious': degree. apply younger aquatic
and Ray, 3. Request of Hospital Administra- Hall at once, Johns said. I for a reported 50000. Syne" and "America. tests will be gh en last. rho are interested m educationalwork
in all agricultural projects

." and other activities includingemits
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JAYCEESPONSORED t ... '
r home electricity home

+ \ ; Keystone Development.Under Way +dl lt ._ and grounds community improvement safety.and home

..,ated The Bradford County School
Gas0Rama Board and the County Commission -

cooperate in making ,the 4-Hprrgram
ALL DAY G :- fay possible It is under the

SAT.. JUNE 22 direction of County Agent Hug-

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BOSS'S
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SERVICE STATION i '.,' Deputies Smash
N. t fr
Temple Ave.AH .
Another Still 1<
Receipts During Day Go $

For Jaycees Midget Baseball
Deputy sheriffs raided a moonshine -
Team. jMA still in the Hampton Lake

This Space Contributed area. Monday but taaffft It deserted. -


Weekly to Publicize / AD equipment was confiscated
and destroyed Deputy Sherilt
Community Events by DohA Reddish reported. The still

1 5 bad a capacity of 1.200< gallons.
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THE COMMUNITY -- About 1.000 gallons of spent main

Keystone Club Estates hummed]i At left: workmen complete terrace Highway 21 entrance of developer said the models should 'and a wen has been dug for watering brings the total in the development was found at the nte. Reddish
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STATE BANKOF I with\ activity: this week as work 'framing on one of the first model development. be completed within 60 days. I the greens. Rebuilding of to over 1,000 acres. said the still hadnt,been operated

STARKE was rushed on the first of 10 !I homes. \ Right: Irvin Triest and Frank Work of rehabilitating the Key- the golf course was part of the Although between 5,000 and in several day.

model houses to be constructedin i Center: Heavy equipment isbeen Kelsey rough in plumbing en stone. Country Club golf course bargain made with the country 6,000 homesites win be plattedin Deputy Sheriff ReddisH, RusMll -

(Member F.D.I.C.) j the huge development in southeast \ excavating for curb and gut-\\li.n ther model home. has been started. Mr. Wood said. club which deeded,,all but 90 of Keystone Club Estates, homes Redding, and James Haralltoa!

Bradford'County. iier streets and hauling dirt to I George D. Wood. Jacksonville mcnt. Other property acquired its acres to the hOusing develop- will be built only as sold j_ took part .ia .tinr rak1. ---1
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Methodists Will Close'Mrs Johnson Hostess Forty-Hours DevotionAt '

vas with Open HouseThe i To Prayer CircleMrs. St. Edward's


ek4IN : Methodist Vacation Bible I I W. N. Johnson entertainedThe Forty-hours Devotion was held
+t School will close the week's activities -i Prayer Circle Sunday after at St. Edward's Catholic cnurcn

with an "open house" in nocn at 2:30: o'clock at her home Sunday Monday and Tuesday with
TMc Nays the different departments at the en Laura: St. Rev. R. B. Hill of Father;" Roger McQuame OJr'-Al..

Sunday School on Friday evening j Dig Springs, Tenn. led the de delivering the sermon.

',:'._, v- raa _._ _._....-,,-,,-,-. -?-?-, -.- ,,>I 1 from 7 to 8 o'clock. An parents ,votional. Prayer was offered by i Tuesday evening Father lkIledlc-Connie
R and friends of the children are i each one present after which refrEshments -I Daughter/ closed with

, Col. and Mrs. John Beidler and! Mrs. George Fortunas, of Apalachicola invited to attend. were served. tion.Music

daughter, Ann. George Gilbert of daughter of Rev. and lam.Tr"ta was furnished by St Wit
Keystone! and Mr. and Mrs. .'Mrs. R. E. MacBlain of Starke, Marriage LicenseTruby liam's choir of keystone Heights.
Robbie Shaller of Starke spent was chosen Mrs. Apalachicolafrom Mrs. M. M. Pojthress: of Mac- -

Sunday afternoon at Daytona ten contestants at the River- : d: envy is spending several days C. ;lade, 34, of Hampton .- -_: -- -. I
Beach. cade contest June 1. The River- : with her daughter, Mrs. John and Virgie Addison, 37, of Lake I
. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez are cade started at Chattahoochee on Torode and family. Butler were issued a marriage I
visiting their son and family, Mr. the Chattahoochee River and I license in Lake Butler last WeK.
and Mrs. J. A. Martinez, in Man- went to Apalachiola. Ensey Play Lot Activities Replace your old sewing machine I I. FloridaTHEATRE
I belt with a new Singer Belt'from !
' darin today. Miss Jean Mundy is serving as i Recent Birth
" Denmark Furniture tf
Co.
. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere Water Front Director at Camp Mrs. Florence Hipple and her|large oak tree with open air seat-told in the Flannelgraph lessons. ,";,

at Jacksonville, Atlantic and OSuwannee, the Baptist summer I i assistant :Mrs. Mae Wood gave:iJ);. ,' Awards for perfect attendance Mrs. Louie Bell Parks, M. D.Carter .I i Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kuschel of I
: Neptune Beaches on Saturday Branford. their flannelgraph lessons and : "Salem Chapel" made to Shir-
camp near was named in frr the season were I and Mr. Barney of Lake 1!i I San Diego. Calif announce the
. and Sunday visiting relatives. Mrs. L. M. Stokes will be in awards Tuesday afternoon as they i(honor of the lot owner, Admiral I ley and Lucy Copeland.Mrs. Worth were last Thursday visitors!I I birth of a son Gene Arnold, on\
: Miss Sylvia Paulk sang at the Wauchula over the weekend attending closed the lessons until school :Lot Ensey of the Pentagon Wash- Hipple and Mrs. Wood ,of Mrs. Effie Johns. Mrs. Johns'J May I 14. Mrs. Kuschel is the former -

. Jime Dairy Month celebration atl I the wedding of a niece opens in the fall. I jington, D. C. who, at the time i it leave soon for California for a had as weekend guest, Mrs. Minnie Carol Jennings, daughter of 20
the Jacksonville ball park last Miss Phyllis Jo Lambert, on Sun- The above picture shows children (the bus was named was aboard 4 summer vacation. Mrs. Oehrig, Carter of Maxvi ie. I I I Dr. and Mrs. Llcyd H. Jenningscf SAT. JUNE
: .Friday. evening. day. entering bus on a wet after-(the ship Salem with the Sixth'another assistant, is already on Starke.TDMUEGIt .
. Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson enter- Carolyn Vickers Linda Smith, noon for their lesson. On sunny,Fleet in the Mediterranean. vacation in New Jersey. jf *t LIKE MAGIC. ..irsAGAIN
: ta'ned at luncheon Wednesday at and Frances Landrum returned days lessons are held at the 'Tab j No denominational material is The Play Lot will continue to HEKE V
I her home on W. Madison street ,Wednesday after attending YWA ernacle in the Wilderness" be-\:taught in the lessons, but fundamental be in use during the summer for

o for. employees of Leila's Dress I Week! at the Baptist Assembly in lovrl which is a shack under a truths of the Bible are foftbail and other games. MOTORS :F \\mT w e Y1iuuUJ

.Shop.' I'Ridgecrest, N. C. I

Mr. and Mrs. A. Hughes of Nay- Miss Agnes Lawson and Bill Gilbert N. Johnson, son of Mr.

; FOR SALE lor. Ga. grandchildren, Paul- .Morar of Panama City spent Mon- and Mrs. Albert Garrett of 315
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. ette. Temas, Betty Ann and Rob :day to Wednesday with her parents N. Walnut St., has recently ac- I, /
. ert Hughes of Macon, Ga., were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. cepted a position with the U. S. I
Wednesday visitors of Mr. and I Mrs. Lloyd H. Jennings and son, Department of State in Washington. II II I ,yp s 1e
Small Cement Block Q/9 I
BuildingFormer Mis. J. A. Lee. Harlan, will leave Saturday fora He graduated from the University ( H7 C
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hewatt I month's visit with her son-in- of Florida In 1958. rlJlilJcrJu'1/

( Chamber of Commerce Building) of Atlanta were weekend guestsof I law and daughter, Mr and Mrs.E. Mrs.'William H. Thompson and

Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae I. G. Kuschel in San Diego, three children of Monticello are I
r r Corner Court and Call Streets Sr. and family. Calif. They will visit relatives visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. ,
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: BUILDING MUST BE MOVED Extra Bobbins save time-Stock,while enroute. F. P_ stumP. this week. Check with ClydeTerwillegar
. up with Singer Bobbins at Denmark -! C. L. Schcll has been confinedto Miss Barbara Colley was in New MAN rWf UFJ JOArrItrite.
: Furniture Co. Ifl| Bradford County Hospital the Orleans. La. the first of the week these
Contact Chamber of Commerce Office on
Mrs. Al H. Harley will return to j'|past week for observation and visiting former classmates at .
: N.Temple Ave. Phone WO .1-5811 her home in Kingwood. W. Va. tieatment. Charity Hospital. BOWERY BOY1 a"i
New & Used
. by plane Saturday after two I T. G. Carter of Cottondale Ala. Donnie and Faye Bagwell are Specials

weeks' visit with'her parents Mr.,,r r.d Mrs. Harold Ford of Merritt visiting their grandparents Mr.
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A and Mrs. Barney McRae Sr. She 1 Island spent the past week with and Mrs. O. S. Dixon in Nash-

: will be accompanied by her niece Mrs. J. H. Fields. ville. Tenn. for the summer. a .......,... .. IWRZ KMJ
. Do You Need and nephew Beverly and Mark Dr. James Chace of Gainesville.. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume and I 1745.00 New 1959 Ford % Ton

Crawford, for two weeks' visit.:; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chace and Mrs. R. A. Colson and daughter, Plus "Fun on Furlough" Car-
: BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith, daughters of Salt Lake City Utah Diane visited Mr. and Mrs. O.!i I PICKUP. This Month Only.I toon.
. John Powell and John Godwin' and Mrs. Adaline Chace of Jacksonville -I P. Dover in Fort Lauderdale last
A Qualified Man is Settling in Starke and Opening Up and party were tarpon fishingat :, were Tuesday visitors of
the Firm of Boca Grande over the weekend.Bob ;Mrs. Etta Hoover. week.Mr.. and Mrs. Grant Davidsonand I 1945.00 New 1959 FordCUSTOM Sun., Mon. June 21, 22

Smith is attending the six I Mr and Mrs. O. W. Sandersonand daughter Kathy of Annapolis.
: weeks FSU music camp in Talla-I, son Wayne of Jacksonvillewere Md. were visiting her parents.Mr. 300 Tudor Six Passenger PAT WAYNEIs
NEIL L. TUCKERPUBLIC
hassee. I Tuesday visitors of Mrs. J. and Mrs. J. D. Warren from Sedan. This Month Only. Sensational in his First
BOOKKEEPER Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchinswere H. Fields. Friday Monday.. .
in Trenton Sunday visitingMr. Purchase any model of Singer Don Champion is attending the Role

120 S. Court Street ] and Mrs. R. G. Dodson. The Sewing Machine at Denmark State Foresters meeting at Crystal 195.00 I New English Ford
Hutchins will spend the weekend Furniture Co. W River this week. THEYOUNG

Starke, Fla. Hours 8 to 5 Phone WO 1.1975 with their son-in-law and daughter Mrs. Charlie Powell spent last Mrs. R. W. Johnson and daughter Down Neater( DeLuxe Model and White
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green in week in Valdosta, Ga. with her Bobbie, of Hialeah and Mrs. t
Tires 30 Months at $52.30.
LOCAL REFERENCES AVAILABLE
Tavares. sister, Mrs. R. W. Howell. She G. L. Chapman of Lake City were -
Mrs. X. M. Smith and daughter was accompanied by her daughter. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. LANDPal

spent the weekend in Columbia, Mrs. Mary Lappe. and daughter. V. Chapman. 1

S. C. and Dunn, N. C. visiting Kathy who went on to Tuscaloosa Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson 795.00TUDOR 1 Ford Custom Wayne, Yvonne Craig, i
relatives and attending a wedding.Mr. Ala. to visit relatives.Mr. have moved from 202 W. Broad-
SELLING OUT Smith and sons spent the and Mrs. E. A. Raney of way to 515 N. Water street the V-8. Radio, Healer, New Dennis Hopper and Dan I
weekend at Santa Fe Lake. Freeman. Va. have been visitingher house formerly occupied by the Tires. Almost New.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cheeves of parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harris family. O'Herlihy I
MY AUTOMOBILE AGENCY Giiffen. Ga. were visiting Mr. Green for the past two weeks, Martha Susan Ritch is visit-
M and Mrs. H. L. Speer the first of and also visiting Mr. and Mrs. irg! hpr uncle and aunt, Mr. and .895.00 1955 Ford V-8 Pickup : IN TECHNICOLORHear
the week. N. T. Ritch in Hialeah. Mrs. Hamilton Ritch at Johnson
,
Mandy Sparks Sing
SIX BRAND NEW I Mr. and Mrs. H. H Rabb, Jr. George W. Bishop, in, of the this week. 1.2 Ton Truck, Radio Heater,

and family were in Belle View University of Virginia Charlottes- :Miss Dolores McKnight is attending Fordomatic, New Tires, DeLuxe "Strange Are The Ways Of
STUDEBAKER Saturday where Mr. Rabb install-, viile, Va. is visiting Mrs. Bishop Florida-Southern Collegefor
LARKS WILL GO Cab. West Coast.Mirrors
fd the officers at the American for several days between semes- three weeks. : Wide Love."

IA gion meeting.Mrs. ters. Marvin Brown is attending the Base Rear Wheels.
Crosby H. Dawkins and Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges hadas .summer session at Murray State Plus "Lodge Brother Ma Goo-
AT MY COST! daughters of Jacksonville will visitors the first of the week .College, Ky. Cartoon.
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spend the weekend with her parents 'Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Willis and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Johnson I 395.0011'AGON 1 ,, gltation'
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- daughters of South Pittsburg, and Rev. R. B. Hill of Big Tues., Wed. June 23, 24OUttK
The Lark i is the finest low priced car on the American man. Tenn. Springs, Tenn. were weekend A

Market. Will seat' six passengers and give up to 30 Sinter Sewing Machine Needlesit Cookie Mathews is attendingthe i I guests of Mrs. W. N. Johnson.Mr. J

, miles on one gallon of regular gas. Denmark Furniture Co. tf Dixie Twirl-a-rama at Emory and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. nCTUES poo* -
Mrs. L. C Smith and Beth, andMr University, Atlanta, Ga. for two. spent: the past week vacationingat 2295.00 1958 Ford Country touts; KKLY

COME: IN AND PICK OUT YOUR LARK and Mrs. Henry O'Hara visitedMr. weeks. Tampa and Daytona Beach. PRIM SMITH ,
and Mrs. Olin Graves at Day- Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the weekend -
WHILE THEY I Their sons Gray and Reggie are SEDAN V-8. Fordomatic, Radio,
LAST! fiJt YlGi@W@Iffig
tona Beach on Thursday of last in Tallahassee visiting Judge I impending I this month with their Heater. Power Steering. A-l. H15Y
) <---pek. Other recent guests of the and Mrs. Glen Terrell and Dr. r grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. ) ]

Graves were Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins.Mrs. i McAteer in Tampa.Mr. .

McGRIFF Rogers and daughter, Carolyn, Merrill Edwards and son, and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and
MOTORS %.tho is home on vacation from Ricky, visited her mother, Mrs. family visited Mrs. Charles Hard -i NO REASONABLE 'OFFER Plus "Now Hare This" Car t

nursinz school in Orlando. H. G. Merow In Tampa the first :,. Sr. in Gainesville on Sunday. j jj toon.
166 Jefferson St. Phone WO 4-9101. Mrs. R. Carswell. and dauzhcrs i of last week. Miss Jackie Hobbs made the
of Waycross. Ga. are spending, I Mrs J. R. Hardee of Fernandina Dean's list at FSU the past semes-j REFUSED! :

.. -, Wednesday to Sunday with Mr. i,spent last Wednesday and Thursday Thur., Fri. June 25, 26aamt
and Mrs. M. W. Lance. I with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dav- ter.Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and Chance to Win 7949:Ford-With'Eoc/i
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Underhillof is. j Ytr..e "one
? family visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon {
THIS St. Petersburg are guests of Mrs. M. W. Cressler will leave VraDRMWUKAMAUSHYPlus /
WEEK S SPECIAL! Miller in Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. .
Mrs. Ruby Johns on Santa Fe Saturday for Fort Oglethorpe Ga. and Mrs. W. S. Haas will Purchase
Lake this week t to visit her son and daughter-in- 1
attend the Soil Conservation Society 2MA1DT'of
lw, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.

$ Crpssler then to and Webb daughter.Air Force She Base will, over the State weekend.meeting Their in Clearwater children TERWILLEGAR o".sccoE rrrnrcttl
go MOTORSYOUR
MOTAR MIXS1 20 Strobo's Garage Texas to visit her son-in-law and will stay with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Joiner, in
Per daughter, Lt. and Mrs. William Winter Garden.Mr. "Christopher Crumpets"
Bag K. Booth.
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER Cartoon.
RADIATOR SHOP and Mrs. Joe Sewell of
Attending the G. A. Baptist
Atlanta were weekend guests of .
For Camp on the Suwannee River near Mr- and Mrs....-:. Rill Graham. They I !-,..-, TT. -- -
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Guaranteed GUARANTEED "WORK Branford this week are Geraldine fished at Crescent Lake during
Gay. Diane Colson. Janet Nichols,
their visit. i
ROOF REPAIRSCall and Anita AlVII1, ez. ,
Scott Atwater Mrs. Pearl Whitnel of Deland
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis were
J & J Used 7V' HP Motor in Archer over the weekend visit- is, visiting her sister Mrs. Merrill '
Building Supplies Struth. : FREE
and family for a few days. SHOW;
Lawn Mowers Mamie ing Mrs.Anderson.P. E. Stone and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cox and

children of Grinnell, Ia. are spending -'
Miss Jackie Colley spent the
several days this week with
COMPLETE weekend with Miss Hessin
USE Temple
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Siemer. Sr,,

J & J'S BRAKE SERVICE Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs. Harold A. Johnsonof daughters Mal and of Mrs.Orlando Lewis were Hieatt visiting and-'j EACH SATURDAY MORNING, 10:30: Al.

Gainesville were recent visitorsof
Cor. Orange Street and
Mrs. Pauline Torode from ,
EclwardsRoad Mrs. W. N. Johnson.Mr. AT THEFLORIDA
Saturday to Monday.
MODERNIZATIONPLAN and Mrs. Logan Baldwin
PHONE WO 4-5174 i
took a weekend busings; trip to
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p iI Jekyll Island Ga.
.Mr.
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Bradford County Hospital announces *

ABC 'Plan Loan t't t the following births: PkkUpYourFREE Tkkets.at the Following Merchants.Simmons'
f I MARY I INNWILL i Mr. and '),{rs. Walker Edgar:

''W.'r.npt o'mq study I ij Wood. Jr. of Raiford a daughter. :

anYAoief' 301 E. CaU St. -. Starke, Kimberly Dianna June 4. .
< Koch .
j Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Dowl Drugs Stal-ke Hardware Co.
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P in? of Raiford. a' daughter Lila ,Ace: Electric Service City Barber Shop
I Denise, June 9.
BE OPEN WEEK OF" JUNE 15
9r 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald Larry 'Te'willegar-.Motors I *Barksdale's; Dept. Store i

a B Opening Dance Cochran. Terri of Denise Jacksonville June 9.a daughter Sh ph Radio .&' TV Local Finance Co. of Starke

.SATURDAY'.NIGHT JUNE '20HASS : Mr., and Mrs. Raleigh Vernon Robbinst ept.Store Gem Jewelry
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BUILDERS SUPPLIES Crosby of Starke a daughter,

QUALITY StftVtCE 1 1I 1I I Sharon Joy, June 10. Crawford Bro. Gulf .Station Denmark Furniture Co.
FLA I DO} Owner. 'Route" 1, Box 485 Mr.. and Mrs Bobby Eugene

Bennett of Waldo a son. Paul .

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TlnT .SD.\T, JUNE 18, 1353 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE"'!
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.- ,- ............ .. ...-."- Phi Melen Masters Circle
Beta
Barbara McCombIs I
,." .. .- :r Dr. and Mrs. McRae Miss Sigma

-t--,:,, ,. '- '.......':''c.. .;.",..,f'j. -{' Are Honor GuestsAt Complimented Has Dinner PartyBeta Met Tuesday Morning

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;-, ',-" '- "'i Dinner In MiamiDr. At Linen Shower Sigma Phi sorority held a "Fo tenng Youth Organiza

1i i ; progressive dinner party last Friday tions" was the topic of the Helen:

i I .. -..:..-.. ; j Av; > .: ..... and Mrs. Barney E. McKae Miss Barbara McComb, whose night for their husbands. The Masters Circle meeting held Tuesday -
r: ,, : ";
t n .': ;; '<'"_"h'- Jr. were honored at a dinner partyat marriage to 'Jimmy Weldon will 1 I first course was served at tne morning at First Baptist

I The Chesapeake, in Miami, giv. be an event of July 4, was the home of Mr. and -Mrs. Howard Church.

Gladys :Mooty i -< ,: > :'>j en by Mr. and IIrs. Barney Mc inspiration lovely buffet sup-{,I ileyer. From there the party Mrs. J. E. Hardy was in chargeof
__ ,_._ oi/k and linen shower given Tuesday -
.. _._ v- i- i Rae Sr. of Starke following Dr. per the program. She also spokeen
:i and
.. progressed to the home of Mr.
Mrs. Foster Snt
I > 41 : ,. /":" ...''' + ..;5f McRae's graduation from the University evening by Mrs. Ned Yancey: and dessert was TA; girls and gave the devotional. -
Junior Woman's Club Graves Abernathy .< .' Smith at her home on S. Orange
.. ..; ;: of Miami Medical School served- at the home of Mr. and .
1
Plans OldFashionedPicnic Families Hold .'r_ .... :. ;, :{:'>r. t Thursday evening, June 11. street. Mrs. J. D. Warren. Mrs. :M.: H. Sheppard spoke
', attractive color motif
; this with the An pink about the Sunbeams and YWA.
: Enjoying occasion
At Kingsley Reunion At ParkThe achieved in the party decora-I Games were enjoyed oaring the
'. was T. B. the
.'.. '.". honor guests were: Mrs. }< M evening by the 35 members and Mrs. Harding gave
tions. The buffet table: was
'' 't Crawford and daughter. Merry supper I closing prayer. Circle leader is
:
of the Jun- descendants of the late I a with cutwork II guests
Thf social 1 committee e4h .. overlaid an imported .
7 .. w.s1 > '. ur. (Beth, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner I ::\ L. G. Powcft.SALE
ior Woman's Club of Starke an- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves and ;;..'" cloth and centered with an arrangement -
: .., and Leonard of Starke Mrs
son. ;
nounces that an ''OIc Fashioned the families of Mrs. Graves' late ;: I of pink> gladioli and Starke BP\V DelegatesTo
: AI H. Va.
of W.
Harley Kingwood, :
Picnic" will be held at the Of- brothers. Ed and Frank Aber-|! An.t pompoms flanked by silver candleholders '
Mrs. C. P. Nazworth of Jackson Attend Convention
ficer's club at Camp Blandmg on nathy, and the surviving brother, : 1tf with pink tapers. The
:. '",, ville Mrs. L D. Wells of Atlanta
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Wednesday, June 24, from tour to John Abernathy, held their annual -f : dining tables were laid with white !
and Mrs. Norman Ives of Lake I Mrs. E. A. Hall Miss Madge
eleven o'clock for members, husbands reunion Sunday June 7, at; r:'. lace and tulle cloths and marking
; : ; CUy. Middleton Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs.
and dates. Each member Gold Head Branch Park near : each place setting were corsagesof
Nate Dyal and Miss Della Rosen-
will bring a picnic basket for Keystone Heights.: pink rose buds, tulle and nb-
berg will be in Orlando Thursday -
three. Present to enjoy this occasion Alice Faye Green bons. (Marking the honoree'
: to Sunday to attend the an-
Come prepared to nave fun In wore Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Graves,} j? f1 + ,' qa' Weds C. W. CarrollMiss place was a gift from her hostess.A nual State BPW ConventionMrs.

sportswear. There will be sack Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and ,. h focal point in tne living room
av +NYA'r' Dyal will be installed as
races, egg throwing contest, pea. children Mrs. Chispa Mimbs and I ?4 j f Alice Faye Green, daughter was a pink lace umbrella sus-
Director cf District Three and
nut rolling relays, husband and baby, and. Mrs. Leon Wynn all of & of Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green pended from the ceiling which held
Mrs. Doyle will serve on the State
'wife relays as well as other Starke; L tw r. .' of Starke,and Charles W. Carrollof pink rose buds. + -4FEDDERS'
.4 Nominating Committee.
games. Swimming will also be Mrs. Bunie Broughton: Mr. and I < Miami were married Monday Mrs. Smith was assisted in

enjoyed. Mrs. Math Wasdin, and Mr. and morning, June 8, at 9:30 am. serving'by Mrs. G. S. NewcpmD
i
Mrs. Bobbie Wasdm all of Graham County Judge T. A. Yawn per- 1

The social committee of the : [ I; formed the double ring ceremony.For Circle Four WSCS

Junior Woman's Club will have a Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ward and her wedding the bride worea Elects Officers Fp'fMEAT! Ii

luncheon in the Pecan room ot daughter of St. Mary, Ga., Mr linen dress iwith white acces STARKE FL- .

the- Garden Restaurant Friday and Mrs. J. A. Sullivan, Mr. and'lMfrs. Y'i' d x &: sories. For New Year WORLD'S FINEST

June 19, at 12 noon. All mem- Olin Graves of Daytona I : Out of town guests were Miss

bers are urged to attend, so planscan Bach, Mrs. Novella Abernathyand t : : r4 Bobbie Carroll and Mrs. John R. Officers for the coming year Fri., Sat. June 18, 19

be made for the new year.GULF grandson!' and Mrs. Linda Carroll, sister and mother of the were elected !by Circle Four of the Air Conditioners115V

, Abernathy and son of Ocala; .. E .:c." J. x groom. First Methodist WSCS at its reg- Ride LonesomeWith

Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsand The bride and groom are resid- ular meeting held Tuesday June Randolph Scott 230V

granddaughter of Jacksonville ing in Miami 9, at the home of Mrs. G. }t'. :finch or
.. TIPS-- Viking Women AH Sizes Available
Mrs. Evelee Abernathy Mr. on Kingsley Lake.

and Mrs. Jack Abernathy and Miss Saundra Jones Weds R. A. Green, Jr. Dave Paulk Mrs. W. B. Parks, The new officers are: Mrs. G. With Susan Cabot One Full HP115V

by ERNEST TANNER children, Mrs. Beatrice Johns, Mrs. Lloyd Jennings Mrs. Jesse F. Snell, chairman; Mrs. K. K. Flu' Cartoon

610 N. Temple Ave. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Johns, and Mr. In Lovely First Baptist Church CeremonyThe Newsome, Mrs. Roy Wingate 3r Harrell program chairman;. Mrs.

and Mrs. Bobby Surrency, all of Mrs. Kenneth Grader and Misses O. W. White jr., recording secre-
First Baptist Church was their hair, with circular veils. $
Tampa: Mrs. John Abernathy of Vida Jean Gentry, Joan Furlong, tary; Mrs. D. D. Bachman, treas- SUN., MON. TUBS. $148.00CALL
the setting for beautiful wedding
a Each carried a small cascade of
Daytona Beach. and Linda Kay Sale. urer; Mrs. Carl L. Johns, corres- June 20, 21, 22
Saturday evening, June yellow: sweetheart roses, stepha-
After time with
spending some and publicity
secretary
Visitors during the day were 6, at 8 o'clock, when Miss Saun- notis and showers of yellow satin ponding
their guests the young couple left chairman Mrs. Drew Reddish, US FOR
Mrs. Bunna Jones of Starke, H. dra Marie Jones exchanged vows and velvet leaves centered with ; Paths Of Glory
for a week's wedding trip to Nassau Spiritual Life chairman; Mrs. W.
C. Cummings Pat Cummings,
with Robert Alexis Green, Jr. pearls. Kirk
DouglasThe
Mike and in the Bahamas. They will B. Thompson Jr., membership; Starring
Karen Cummings, and Officiating at the double ring TV SERVICE
I Inez and Tommie Cummings of ceremony was Rev. Lewis D. The flower girls were Tisa Win- be at home at 1321 NW Third :Mrs.: W. R. Miller, secretary ot Man In The Net
gate of Callahan and JoAnn Crudup -
Jacksonville. Ave., Gainesville after June 21. Christian Social Relations; Mrs.

Hnines. of Gainesville, Ga. The junior The bride wore for traveling a W. R. Miller, flower committee; With Alan tadd
The bride is the daughter ofMi"
bridesmaids and flower girls
wore midnight blue silk shantung sheath Mrs. Richard SoIze, courtesy; :Mrs.S. Plus Cartoon
.1KAF. and Mrs. Irvin Tyler Jones,
similar
of maize starched
Ida Darby Circle and the growns dress with semi-portrait scalloped P. Staneff, finance; Mrs. Paul
bridegroom is the son of chiffon
net and
over matching
Meets At Home Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green, Sr. taffeta trimmed with lace. Their had collar. The fitted jacket,sleeves which, HutcHins. chairman local church Wed., Thur. June 23, 24
three-quarter length
activities. SALES
A yellow color motif effectively -
I was headpieces and flowers the
Of Mrs. CarterIda used in the church dec- same as the other attendants.were buttoned in front and was trim- Mrs. Sncll gave a report on the When Hell

I med with a flat bow in back of recent conference in Gainesville,
orations. On the altar pedestal
Darby Circle of the First Danny Strickland of Des She Broke Loose
baskets held yellow mums, Shasta the waist. wore a close fit- with special emphasis the .code
Baptist Church WMS met Tues- daises and yellow gladioli againsta Moines, Ia. and Bill Rosier of ting hat with crushed velvet set up for circle procedure. ,

, day at the home of Mrs. :Alaxie background of palms and native Starke in white linen suits, serv- leaves of matching blue trimmed Mrs. Reddish assisted the host- Starring Charles BrontonStreet :

Carter Sr. with 11 members and greenery. The front of the ed as ring-bearers. with pearls and short nOse veil. ess in serving refreshments. of Sinners

two visitors present. Mrs. M. K. choir loft was draped with gar- Mrs. Jones chose for her daughter's Her outfit was complemented wtth
Jordan presided in the absence of wedding a beautiful gownof a of two while \lllb George MontgomeryPlus
lands of fern entwined with yellow corsage cymbidium BPW Meeting Held
He the leader.: Mrs. F. B. Beard. Island blue silk chiffon witha Cartoon
doesn't nerd much service, but gladioli and daisies. Branched orchids with yellow satin leaves Ci

If YQU DO, you'll find it with us.We're The program presented by Mrs.J. candelabra entwined with fern full skirt, basque effect. A narrow and satin ribbon. At Middleton HomeMrs. i

A. Griffin, was a discussion of and ivy held capelet across the back form- The 'bride attended Brenau Col-
expert at lubrication and! burning yellow tapers .1 -
car washing. Try us out the Youth Organizations sponsored by which cast a soft glow over' ed short bell effect sleeves. With lege, Gainesville, Ga.. where she J. D. Doyle and Miss Ed- .. : "_." 0 '.

very the Missionary Society. Taking the setting. The bridal path was this she wore matching accessories is a member of Alpha Gamma Del- ward Hall were elected delegatesto
next time and be convinced. part of the program were Mrs. J. and a corsage of three ta the Business and ProfessionalWomen's
lighted with
yellow tapers and sorority. The bridegroom is
P. Dill and Mrs Cula white cymbidium orchids. Announcing The Opening Of
Coran.A I the holders were decorated with attending the University of Flor- convention at a meetingheld

''ig Enough to Accpmodate covered dish luncheon was yellow mums and ivy. Mrs. Green, mother of the ida and is a senior in the Collegeof last Thursday night at the l

served after the business and Mrs. L. A. Canova rendered groom, was attired in a lovely Arts and Sciences. He is a home of the president. Miss Madge

matt hough to Appreciate program sessions.Robbins' nuptial music as the guests assembled Dor blue satin and chiffon gown member of Kappa Sigma social Middleton. BOOKKEEPINGAND

and accompanied Dr. I with! back skirt fullness, and fraternity. Miss Middleton and two alternates -

. I crossed over front draping below Mrs. Nate Dyal and Miss .
I Calvin J. Houpt soloist, who' Out-of-town guests at the wedding -
II' the high bust; line. The full overskirt Della Rosenberg, will also attend ,
and reception were Mr and
sang "Whither Thou Goest." '
I Father's joined to the waist the convention which will be held INCOME TAX SERVICE
Day Specials! 11DUDS "At Dawning." and "Through the was Mrs. Johnny Green Mr. and Mrs.
line at either side under front and Matzat in Orlando June 18 through 20. !

.. .---"':-...-.,..... -...-.-- ..... .':-:.::-:.!.n. ...............................;::::-:-:..-:.......-.-..... .. .. .. .. Years. across the back. She wore a KImball Raymond, Billy Peaks, Miss Blaine Debbie Jones, Other business of the meeting !
:; : .:.:.::..;.:: ::::; ;:::...::: '''::: : Bill Green the groom's brother the bicycle I
hair. A included report on
circlet of pearls in her a
Mr. and
: served best Mrs. Christy Edwards, 124 W. Call St. Starke Phone WO 47191RALPH
as man. Ushers
: ; 1: i for= J .DADHENS' : i. Rae Marks and were corsage of two white orchids add- Mr and Mrs. Harris Dittmar, all safety program held last month.
Norwood of,
Gay
t.. ..... ..... .
t.. .. :I 'd a finishing touch to her gown.A of Jacksonville. Mrs. David Mat- HUBBARD, Owner
=:;; :::. J Jacksonville John McDonald of
Orlando Reggie Higginbothamof lovely reception was held in chcll, Alf Green, Mrs. A. B, Jones, Madison StreetVMU

Callahan, Charles Godfrey of he Starke Woman's Club where Emory Green. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Will Meet TuesdayThe Specializing in Weekly Bookkeeping and Income Tax
baskets! of yellow mums, daisies HIgginbotham Miss J
Shirley Shave
WASH N' WEAR PANTS Griff Fort ,Lauderdale John Mack and Newsome Mack, Louis Mc- and gladioli against a background Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Wingate Jr., Madison Street Church Service for All Small Businesses, Individuals, Professional -

if palms and native greenery was and Mr. and Mrs. Men Farmers Partnerships Corporations etc.
Wise, Walter Jennings and George Lloyd Herrin. WMU will meet Tuesday evening, ,
$6.93; Canova all of Starke. used to advantage in the decora- all of Callahan. Mrs. Ernest Bo- June 23, at 7:30: o'clock at the

t 99 The bride, who was given in tions. Guests were greeted at the land of Athens, Ga. Mrs John church. Circle One will have WE INVITE YOUR INQUIRY
\ Value] door by Mrs. C. J. Houpt and Crudup of Gainesville, Ga., Mr. .
marriage by her father, chose for charge of the program.Woodman .
rte. her wedding an original modelof Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. The receiving and Mrs. Leon Perry of Lake Summer Office Hours Mon. Thru Thurs.

"!" imported "I Do" taffeta in line composed of the bride Wales Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson
Circle D:00 Till 12:30 4:00 To 5:30
.. Altcations.: candlelight, combined with re- and groom, bridal attendantsand cf Thunderbolt, Ga., Mrs George

\ Free I.a. embroidered Alencon lace, worn Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Mr.and McCuley of Atlanta Ga.. Mr. and I Meeting ChangedMeeting

poised over layers of horsehair Mrs. Green, Sr. stood in the Mrs. Emmett Raney of Freeman By Appointment Afternoons 1 toI P.M.

and satin. The moulded bodiceof lounge in front of the mantel Va.. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Harris date of Supreme Forest -

taffeta was embellished by an which was graced with a fan- and children. Mrs. Gladys Canova Woodman Circle has been' Nights Friday and Saturday

.._ ,....... .... ..,. .... ..... shaped arrangement of white ard daughter 30 at
F ::'::: ::::;::"' :::::::::: : ::. :::;;;::"." ::::;;:;: ::;;:::;;::. :::, applique design; of floral sprays Norma, and Mrs. changed to Tuesday, June
: I gladioli and mums, flanked by Y. A. Harris at the .. .. ,
cf Gainesville Members will meet -'
: ( f Alencon lace that formed a Mr 8 p. m.
: : : three-branched silver candelabrawith and Mrs. . .
who
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-a- Buddy L. S. Hutto
Strickland Mrs.
U.D..S.g.; i rounded neckline. The short cap of Des home of
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burning yellow tapers. Moines, Ia., and Mr. the change since she -' '
.,. ::: sleeves were worn with elbow The bride's table was overlaid R. S. and Mrs. requested 23. o _ ,_ '
: length gloves and fastened at the white cloth over I Johns of Lake Butler. will be. out of town on June
with a organdy
wrists with miniature pearl buttons .
Mens' Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS The voluminous taffeta- yellow linen and the sides white were
of
decorated with garlands BEFORE BUYING ANY HOMES
> skirt was caught in back by two and yellow tulle entwined with

silk roses and from this flowed daisies. Centering the table wasa WaGRRadio
the circular chapel train. Her
Value to ; !ibeautiful three-tiered wedding
1(
;: long chapel veil of sheerest illusion -
orchids
cake decorated with white

$2.98 ,1rl;( 49mini was attached to a miniature and yellow sweetheart roses. At Check itCompanies
crown of tiny seed pearls. Her the base were, garlands 'yellow EVERY DAY GAME OF THE DAY
only ornament heirloom
was an with
net and tulle interspersed
1 dinner ring of diamonds and blue SUNDAY, 5:00 11. WALTER WINCHELL All !
Size
I 1 sapphires, and her wedding ring yellow florets.were Balancing two fivebranched the arrangement -

: S-M-L formerly belonged to Mrs. Green, silver candelabra entwined with 7:00-7:15 P.M. FULTON LEWIS JR.
; Sr. She carried a cascade centered ,
yellow and white tulle, daisies and

with cymbidium orchids, yellow satin bows and holding burning 5:00-10:00.A.1\I. STARKE WAKES UP WE WILL FINANCE FOR h'
sweetheart roses lily of the valley

'. ..' ........... :.. .: ... .. .. .. .. .... and stephanotis with showers of yellow tapers. The two punch
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:: : :::;:: :==::.:::::::;::::. tables with white organdy over 10:00 A.M.-IOO\ P.M. Mighty Music In Motion 12 YEARS ON BLOCK HOMES
::c.low satin and velvet leaves
T : centered with yellow cloths were centered with
.D. pearls.
'j fa.
J
f JMENS' Attending the bride as maidof large v.hich crystal were garlarfds punch bowls of fern around Interspersed 4:00-8:00 P.M. Rhythm Riders & Teen 10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES

honor was her sister Miss with daisies. In the Time MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOW!

Virginia Ann Jones and the .
,
HOIIIiiITI1 sunroom the coffee table was over-

matron of honor was Mrs. George laid with an imported lace cloth J & J Builders Warren's Shell ServiceShepherd's We Half finish your home, or we will put in your Elwtrir Bath
W. Bishop m. Serving as brides-
maids were Misses Sylvia Paulk over yellow linen. Two silver Radio & TV Community State Bank set. Marsh Maple Kitchen Sink and Overhead (Cabinets, all

and Josie Maze of Starke, Monte coffee services were placed at Garden RcstunmtNoegtl Plumbing and put up your Sheet Rock, leaving very little for
Either end and in the center wasa C.II. Nasworthy
a 99 en Matzat of Jacksonville Pat beautiful arrangement of yel- Auto Sales you to do.

1' Size Jowers of Kissimmee Brenda G. J. McGriff. Motors
low and white Spring flowers. Winkler Electric Service
cla Higginbotham of Callahan, and Completing the arrangement were Starke Builders We don't charge for travel. No down payment. Two months
S M\ L Shirley Wrye of Augusta Ga. The Fla Power t Light
before first No
red
candelabra with yellow candles. payment. tape no high pressure sales.
w junior bridesmaids were Cherry fits!
Hardigree of Miami and Martha The guest book table held a tall Jimmy Moore's Son Sports men. We will call and explain everything to you (no charge).

Wrye of Callahan. All of the Memory candle with sprays of Goldwire Servkenter Sem Jewelry No obligation. You owe it to yourself to investigate before

bridal attendants 'Wore.identical. ets greenery on a silver and yellow tray. gladioli flor- Doyle Conner Insurance: First Federal of Gainesville buying from anyone. We have gone out of our way to help

gowns of maize starched chiffon others and we can help you.
Mrs. Lloyd Herrin of Callahan Starke Laundry Koch's DrugsateHendry
worn poised over net and match-
and Mrs. Roy I* Wingate of Jacksonville -
irg bridal taffeta. Each was ( Chevrolet Charley Johns Insurance.
cut the bride's cake. The
made on, lines of classic simpli- Starke Radio "TV Florida Pest Control WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER
Miss
bride's book was kept by
BOBBINS'The city"which featured a pleated
Jean Mundy. Assisting in servingwere Town Finance Co. Bottom Dollar "
bodice and was enhanced by an TONEY HOMES, Inc. TONEY JlOIESIne.

off the shoulder pleated collar Ernest Mrs.Boland.Herbert Mrs.Speer Leon Perry Mrs., Bobbins'Dept. Store Florida Theatre P. O. Box 106 Ray D. Forth
that ended in a wide taffeta
bow In back. The voluminous Mrs. E. R. Moench Mrs. Johnny Bowling Green Keystone Heights

Values" skirts were worn floor length Green, Mrs. Mack McGriff Airs. Florida Phone
of 4123
Store and had a pouf bustle in back N. B. Rosier, Mrs .David Mitchell Mighty I49O - -
'k Mrs. Tom Harding Mrs. Ix G.'
U: ending In a taffeta bow. Matching .
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FOUL. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA THFRSIUY. JTXE 18. 1939

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editorialNorthern Farme'Diary : flQU.Cf* .V A'1 Seen Last WeekA Established In CityNeil
ustria rte
*w .
I By Sam McGarrcy ecincj3vX'teaned week without forest fires L. Tucker formerly of Tul-
was reported toy the Fire Control
By City ra, Okla., has opened a bookkeeping -
At this time of the year it is ; Unit Tuesday. So far this year
Press Bias at 120 S. Court St. Mr.
almost incredible that there are there have been only 29 fires as service
t no screwwoims. The eradica- Chamber of Commerce Secre compared with S3 during the same Tucker has had 10' years of experience -

Shown In Tallahassee r tion program has been almost Robert McIntire asked City period in 1958. Total acreage in oils line of work be-

fintastically successful and will Tuesday ''night to help turned so far this year is 164.6f fore coming to Starke. He is the
the industrial site, at the
Apparently there, are !some who think the $300- t go dam in livestock history as a disposal plant in shape for os compared with 561.3 during son; of Mr. and Mrs. Howard TuCker -
modern
miracle. in 1958.
000 fund, authorized by the 1959 Legislature for : prospective clients. the The same unusually period wet season has of Keystone Heignis.Mr. : .

presenting the South's side of the integration issue We had our second: burglaryatOJr Mr. McIntire told the council been a major factor in keeping Tucker's wife and their son..
is.not needed or is a waste of money. I farm recently. Someone broke : he'had several'firms-who ex crest fires to a minimum. Bruce will arrive in Starke to

They will undoubtedly be pleased over Governor into our storage shed and stolea t an interest in moving to Xo rainfall was recorded fromTuesday make their nome as soon as they
l but the present condi- in Okla-
: area of their
Collins' veto of the bill on Wednesday. TV speaker, and we of course through Sunday but an dispose property
i of the land which the city
Gaskins had their troubles. We notified the sheriff. It is far eas- average of .57 was reported by the homa.
I These persons would do well, it seems to us, to ) ; eed to sell for industrial pur-
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hear they made only about a ier to get things by stealing rather three fire towers in the County on
' study the treatment of the Tallahasseecase needed cleaning.
recent ]
third cf a tobacco crop and that than working for them but Monday.
in the Northern press before urging Governor they lost all of their pepper and on the other hand a person will Cooperation, by the county and
. Collins to veto the $500,000 bill. sweet torn.: go to Raiford if he gets caught. i city was suegested by council WATCH THIS SPACE
f 1 i mbers\ get the site in con
Not that the integration issue has any direct 'S < Mosquito control machin- EACH WEEK
!
bearing on the unfortunate Tallahassee! incidentin The brucellosis campaign in See were Uncle Marion Normani. < use was also suegested. S.'
this county has bogged down. We ..
which four white men were convicted of rap back after being away for six McIntire said he had sent
understand that even though it is
: ing ,a Negro co-ed. Cut the obviously unfair, compulsory to have cattle tested months. Harold Norman kidded 2500' brochures to manufac
him by saying that Uncle Marion and had a list of 400 Mar- Musicenter
: biased, and souped-up treatment given the case for "Bangs" disease, some 20 or
all
stayed away until the hoeing
: Company suppliers to whom
by the South-baiting Northern press is evidence 30 cattlemen are refusing to go work was done.
will be sent.
: enough to convince even the most moderate "moderate" along with the testing program. 55. R. Hicks was instructed to 220 Temple A,"e.

' that the South will never be.$given a chance The reason given by the state HOT about the good:! blackberry 1 some work on the site but the ( a,
. to defend or even explain its position unless it organization is that rounding up rrop this year! Many folks say it agreed that since indus- Stereo Albums r
cattle month during a test- \
every
cold hard wag; the best for here would benefit Jli Fi Albums
spends cash for space in which to pre- ing period would be too costly season "briar- moving
sent the facts. for the stockman. berries" they can ever remember, \ whole county that the work 1 Stereo Phonos
S. and we had our fill of them. be a cooperative venture. '
The facts, as we see them are that there are no V FOR DAD
Alice! M; 1'h .
picked a mess the other day, -
And speaking of cattle, Carl -
: IF IT HAS MUSIC
strained relations between the races in the So-'th '
and Pete went with her and begged MAYOR'S COURTCases
' except, unless and until this is brought about by Prevatt is very proud of his pure ; for some. Alice said: "Pete, WE HAVE IT! ON JUNE 21
bred Santa Gcrturdas bull 'earln -
, artificial means 'bv outside influence; that the ; Carl says the animal weighs) go pick: your own!" And he did. handled in Mayor's Court OR 24 HOUR

Negroes, when left to make their own decision, around 900 pounds and that it is It was a funny sight to see him June 15, were: C SERVICE TIE SETS $2.50and

. prefer segregated schools and churches just as from King Ranch stock. gingerly sticking his face intoa George W. Ricks allowing an s up
. S. patch: of briars for a nice ripe zed person to drive "('h-
do
keenly as members of the white race; that

: Negro students, in mminstances., have newer Got to talking about how high terry. 5 a knees'C" not with guilty an improper found not license guilty., "TOPS IN POPS" KEY CHAINS '$2:00:
' CDWS are, and the number of
and modern schools
, more ; than white students. cattle and a person who ought to Our thanks to Mrs. Harvey McCarthy Griffis, public intox ca. 1. Rattle of New Orleon and up
But these truths will never be told in that seg- know said the cow population Is who sent us some fine $27.50 bond forfeited. 2. Personality

.. ment of the press and the slick magazine world growing very fast, and Ije is strawberry jam. It was good, andv.e Kenneth Bagwell, disorderly 3. Dream Low Gents'DIAMOND
that is so warped in its thinking that it cannotsee doubiful that the markejj can also enjoyed the strawberry bond $52.50, case post- 4. F.ndlesdyi. RINGS
jelly she It to June 22.
the bestwe've
gave us. was :
. straight or even report straight. continue to be strong. He said
; Goodbye. Jimmy. Goodbye
tasted. Nesmith
ever Joseph running
. there was a three million: head From
Witness what
$69.50
I occurred in the Tallahassee case. increase last year and that today S. f light, $12.50 bond forfeited. 6. Kansas City

. It just so happened that two inter-racial rape the total in the country is 100 The recent heavy rains have a Phillip Griffis, disorderly con- 7. Tallahassee Lassie GIVE DAD A LASTING

casesone in Florida and the other in New York million head. Of course that is shown the need for some sort of ., bond $52.50, case postponed 8. Just Keep It lTp GIFT!
drainage for this entire section.As June 22.
City occurred about the only Jones
same time. The one man's opinion. 9. Along Came
we understand it. almost the James Cruger, improper start
Florida story related to the trial of four white 10. Frankie WATCH BANDS
entire county i is drained by New a parked position causing
. youths in the rape of a Negro coed. The New
n and Santa Fe rivers, but the trouble accident. $27.50 forfeited.
York case concerned a Negro man who robbed a Out ) is that a lot of creeks and Gerald Eugene Morgan, driving OPEN 9-5:30 EX. WED. From $4.95 u pBULOVA

Bronx matron at knifepoint and then raped her branches which flow into, those drinking, $102.50, bond for-
e white'maid in the presence' the mistress. 01 rivers are clogged up and need j CLOSE 12 NOON:

: The New York Journal-American, under an J. 4 j cleaning l out. Water Oak, Gum ( ) Gerald Eugene Morgan, reckless CLOCK RADIOS
$52.50 bond forfeited.
. The Drop Branch and McKinney
eight-column streamer headline, "Terror In Tallahassee -
Branch are just a few of the .
( published.at the top of its front page one Past streams that could carry off more 49.75

. of aseries of articles by a special writer concerning water if they were cleaned out. COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

the:Southern case. Each article ran about a -

:. column.and'a half in length. All the rain however has beena <<: r$n'.. Prnnm? Cavity Work Standard Make
School terms were shorter 25 blessing to the people over on .
the WATCHESOn
At bottom of the page, under a three-col- Bracing Tree Removal
years ago than today and residents Brooklyn Lake fore understandit
: umn. heading of' "Bandit Robs, Matron\ ," the JournAljAmericah of Starke who had summer is up 12 feet from its lowest ,' De-Mossing: Transplanting Special !

told of the Bronx assault in hardly homes on Kingsley Lake moved pcint. and now needs only about C"\ ;' Free .Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S As Low As $1995GEM

Aral a column.Now uut there at the first sign of hot five feet more tb be "back to nor- .

: contrast the attitude of this newspaperand weather. mal." Understand kids are amble| '
to drive from the TREE SURGEONS
now bridge over
others of its kind in the Tallahassee trial Among .those moving to their

with their actions in another very similar case lake cottages early in June of 1934 Highway 21. .5.
were Mr and.Mrs. Harold C. Wall PETE SAPP. ,Owner
that occurred less than 30 miles
. frpm there
some
Ned Coleman is of
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs Mr. andMrs. one our STARKE PHONE WO -1-3965
four years ago. It was similar in that four men William Dobrow, Mr. andMrs. growers who believes it would be a -
: and a woman were involved-but in the earlier R. J. Davis and two daughters good thing for the county if[ P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4SS7 Palatka, Fla.

: case, the races were reversed, and the victim a and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon- strawberry acreage was increased. AGENTS ,
. white woman, was shot and left in the woods to tieth and children. The difficulty of getting good la- Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617 JEWELRY
Misses her for picking is one drawback,
- die. Rosalind and MiriamiJacobs Gainesville, Fla. Ocala. Fla. Starke's Leading Jeweler
entertained friends from of course but Bro. Coleman thinks(
Phone 1651 Lake Fla.
In the Tallahassee case the Northern City,
this
was could
be
press solved
partially by
Jacksonville at the Kingsley Lakehome
109 E. CalL) Ph. WO 4.7271
: yelping for speedy vengeance, but in the earlier of their parents and thegirls selling our berries in a "loose For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent

: case, when the crime was racially reversed, we and their guests "motoredtc pack" instead of the traditional I FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO. We Give Boat Coupons'f

- remember that the same papers were beating Gainesville for the veekend'to tight pack that has been used I 224 N. Temple Ac.. Phone WO 4-3965 .
. their attend the here so long. He says that the
editorial breasts and proclaiming that the Junior-Senior promat ------- ----
)locse pack is being used almost
: rapists were just misguided boys who were being the University.. a everywhere else and he believes

- judicially lynched. A birthday party at the Rising it would answer to part of the labor -

And such articles come from the same type- home of Miss Edna Lewis was situation here. How do you No rest for this Chevy. round
: writers that are constantly grinding out insincere given in honor of her cousin ether growers feel about it? Let's .

: and superficial essays on "brotherhood" Markley Crosby of Plant City. Theguests hear from you.

- "equality." How about some equality in played games and enjoyed S t t I I'Al
news the clonk the never
. reporting. .-? singing led by T.'S.N. Norman. lake a fool Sam went. and told engine stops |

; Even the austere Associated Press yielded to Another birthday party of the .

, temptation and sent out over its wires an overly same week was given by Mr. and ARE Washington's bustling National -

;, dramatic series captioned "Two Troubled Towns." Mrs. One Wiggins, honoring :Mrs. Airport Allied Aviation .
The "troubled towns" of course, were Tallahassee Wiggin's sister, Miss Frances '
its radio- .
Fueling counts
on f
- and Poplarville where Hemingway. The home was beautifully .
s., a Negro
man was
< BILLS L S equipped. Chevy to get crews .:
decorated
with spring
lynched last April. Not included
in the
"troubled .
.
f ('Iwers. and tank, trucks to the right ?Z .: I
towns" was New York, where a lurid rape case, planes at just' the right time. ,:, 'v-o, ::

apparently, was taken in stride, and the culprit, A Farmers' Market was the subject : Aside from occasional time out .: f

: incidentally, never apprehended. of a meeting called at the KEEPING. for the usual service, its Thrift- .: '

: Malcolm Johnson, pluckyeditor of The Tallahassee courthouse early in June of 1934. master 6-cylinder engine has A r ':'rf. <. '.
"
Dembcrat, wired the AP for an explanation Local farmers were told that Florida been running U hours a day for $S4 .# <

of its seeming discrimination "Southerners imported 60000.000 pounds of the past 9 months!
: simply do not understand this distinction and beef and 500 carloads of sweet potatoes YOU
each year and that "there Once you've got that kind of $ .F.. .
are irritated by it, he declared. "Why do they vas no excuse for them not being endurance working don't
: make so much more of our racial troubles, raised i here. you "
worry much about lost job time. 4 k. ,
: psychoanalyzing our communities and dramatizing At the, close of the meeting a AWAKE Breakdowns go out of style the ,

our crimes, than they do of their own?" the committee was appointed to investigate day your Chevy goes into action. i;.

: Tallahassee editor asked. So far he has not had means of financing a The fact is, Chevrolet trucksare
market for this
area. On the committee -
any satisfactory answer. dead set. the'
on dropping
were J. M. Mitchell, Audrey
That is why we think the $500,00.0 fund that Fink? W. S. Sibley, Lorenzo Green AT NIGHTLOANS word "downtime" right out ol 'i '

was appropriated for a campaign of truth, to be A. J. Murrhee, and E. L. Matthews ths English language.And they r 1i ; ,
:
just might, if precision engineering .
. matched with funds from other Southern states, and top-quality mate- .._ t

would have been money well spent. If we had The School Board decided at trials have anything to say about (... '" y .

: obtained nothing more than the satisfaction of their June 1934 meeting that all it. Chevy trucks are put together ,, : ,-. < -

being able to tell our story to the rest of the white schools in the county, except to stay. together-incorporating :\,

- world, it would have been worthwhile. Starke would reopen on the most advanced chassis de'I. .

.- July 9. They also awarded contracts velopments, the most efficient 6- y 6" f _
to 17 for driving school cylinder: and V8 engine designs. r' "
: Better Be Prepared buses with total salaries comingto They're built to last, built to 'r' "
. $220. Chevrolet's hard-earned r. x. -
UP TO keep ;
. h .
Forecasters are predicting that Florida is about reputation for reliability flying gs -

: due for a brush with a hurricane since it has been The Starke baseball nine of r high.

: almost ten years since the last big wind passed 1934 won its first game in the $600 Going into the real heart of ;

this We Northwest Florida League over Chevrolet advantages is where si
way. hope they're wrong. But if they'reright
Green Cove Hallie r H.
Springs.Pitcher
: it is well to remember that hurricanes always Jones held Green Cove to four : your dealer comes in. He'll show '

: bring a day or two of torrential ,rainfall. hits, andt fanned 10 batters. Williams you, in feature after feature. .
It is easy to imagine what such disaster would Manassa. and Redgrave "Folks Find UsFriendly" that you can't buy more truck

do to this county in its present water-logged con- starred at bat for' Starke. dependability-in any weight '

: dition. Efforts to solve our drainage problems 55. class-at any price, _
The local Priest Store, celebrating -
: before the hurricane season should be pushed ""

:. with all possible speed. years ago National., advertised Cotton ladies'Week dresses 25- LOCAL FINANCE No job's' too 'tough.for a Chevrolet truck m '

. for 39 cents and mens ties at
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. a dime. COMPANY t
S'sThe
. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. Business Men's Club of See your local"authorized Chevrolet dealer

: .. 1879 Starke sponsored the local nine 1 16 N. Walnut Street _.
.. in the Northwest Florida League (2 Doors From Post-Office) : ,

:: G\ ''IJ.rrEB. FLORIDA'S PUBLISHED OLDEST WEEKLY COVT1. fOCSLT VEW9- with president.J. B.H.Alexander C. Wan as league J. M., Mrs. Marguerite t Hall, Mgr.PHONES Gate t Hendry Chevrolet Co. Inc

Sir CNPYB: THE SAME MASTHEAD. Smith F. F. Stump, A. J Thomas, -
......... Each Thar. ..* Eafrrrd *. BrcoB C1... Matter W A. Bessent and Nat Sternberg ,
at tile Post Office at Starke, FU. ...e. Act .( Mar. I. 1871.! were among those soliciting funds WO 4-0101 and WO 4.0111 -

tor'uniform and equipment. I 210 WvCALL-STRBET- __ __ __ ..STARK FLA. PHONE WD 42011FAGE.

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I t THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY 1ELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA _PAGI nvE

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Keystone Acreage l Tennis Classes Japanese Wife a q t ,c- "' I Negro Draws 20 I bor. ('t'lcr'was sentenced in or.e-half l yl'"I iurrwo'rtnDt.

I ccocTction withhe March 3 Siirsbec SclU<;g atlo; 'hey Ji? ;he
Rained Out; Will Be !shotgun slajin of Emma Haincs. Nerejss, zu-keu. since: evidence

Sold/ For $124,500 Held Next Monday Of Navy Man :x Imr 'Year Sentence elderlY Negiess. Twenty years is i! was largely) circumstantial that

the minimum sentence: for second I tnc dclendent be placed on priJ10 -

.I Property transactions for Bradford Adult! tennis classes were rained 'Loves That qSA'Someday Negroes and cne white degree murder; life imprisonment oat ion, but the motion was de-

County totaled $201,900 in out Monday night but City Rec- ri' P r'y:. man were given prison terms by is the maximum. n.ed.

May.The reation Director Bob Benner said a Bradford County Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur- Wheeler's mother. tried on the Twenty-year-old Tommy Hard-

, largest sale was approximately the classes will be held each Monday home will have an authentic Jap- phee at a hearing in the Bradford i I game charge as a principal to!''enbrook Jr. of Starke was sentenced -

I 250 acres near Keystone weather permitting] at 8 anese room if the wish of Mrs. County courthouse Friday. June the murder was, freed. to 18 months in the state

. Heights for 124500. The prop pm. on the tennis courts at .the Lonnie Page Jr. is realized. 12. j! Ella MartTuck r. 26-year-old: penitentiary( for transporting
! (,ft.ytwo- miles southeast of Key-Pratt Street playground.; II Mrs. Page is the former Kimiyo Leroy Wheeler. 17-year-old Starfce Negress convicted cf manslaughter -
stone on State Road 21. was sold All adults interested in playingor Hkaru of Sasebo. Japan and her Hampton Negro youth convicted I!; in connection with the ,moonshine. 11 a rd en b roc k was

by B..J. Alderman to 304 Partnership learning to play tennis are I i husband En. 1 Lonnie Page plansto (.f second dewee. murder, was, f'\tal stabbing of William Tison caught on Crosby Lake using a

Ltd. and will be used for urged to turn out. include the rqom in a home sentenced to 20 years at hard'la Jr., was sentenced to three and i. speed boat to transport the 'shine.

I a housing development. -, they will build here when he retires I

Purchase price is figured from Register MondayFor from the navy. Although retirement -
documentary stamps affixed to is almost two enlistments -

I the deed' in the Bradford County Swimming Class i away they plan that the I ? HOW MUCH IS YOUR MONEY WORTH TO YOU?

t rlerk's: office. Other transactionsci I Lome will be built on the chicken ,. r .' c
i mere. than $1000 are noted be- Children who could not be included lanch of Mr. Page's parents, Mr. .' U

Icw. in the earlier swimming rnd Mrs. Lonnie Page Sr., who >
t f S sw
JurcF L. Andrews to Aaron FTir1cw. classes conducted under the Sum- I live between Heilbronn and Law- ,

,, $5.300, home. mer Recreation program can enrcll tey. The only problem Mr. Page
4. D. Green to Thomas. I. Mer-I ;l at Starke Elementary School I I anticipates is obtaining the strong Why Accept % Guaranteed
Monday June 22, at 8 a.m. I
"el'CW: Sl.ftOO, lot. paper which is used for room partitions -
I eon A. Gray to John A. Lucas I By streamlining the swimming in Japan.

Sa: ,efla. home. IPSSCHIS, Director J. C. Hobbs said The couple met five years ago 'a LESS On Your
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I 1 Ifonnrd T. Johns to James. W. he expects new openings in two- at a Japanese birthday party 1''

Hornel'$5; : ,)00. home. week periods for beginners with later were married with two ceremonies -

AUce E. Smith to Paul C. HutckiIas a limited number of intermediatesand one Japanese, and livedn ,+t aaf Than The SavingsAccount

$I,$OO, lot. advanced swimmers to start i : that country until about two .t

Dem"tree Buileds Inc. to Frank July 7.Parents. !. years ago. They are presently[ t

I D. Otri.n:; r. $12,700. home. are invited to bring stationed at the main naval base
BEST? )
James F. Hollingsworth. execu- their children interested in swimming -. at Pensacola.

r fe.r.I\ \. E. McKinney Jr., $2,500,.. instruction to the school About eight years of Mr Page's r ..Y, yr.
Jairy P. Hollinsworth and othersto Monday. There are 75 openingsfor service: has been spent in Japan Jt-11< .,

0'E.. McKinney Jr.. $4,000, beginners: in swimming. snd he said that beside pleasinghis x

pro.-.eiIy I on South Walnut in wife the room will teach .1.; !A. 'i.',, &'e

starke. their baby Donna Lee somethingof a WE OFFER
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'ivy. 2 /t x
Joseph Lee Dixon to Gertrude $2.300. the Japanese life he learnedto ta ; { 2 .'i i t.

M.: Lee.. $1.200. ten acres land. Max Peuker to M. A. Payne, enjoy. ; CHECKING CASHIER'S TRAVELER'S

Demetree Builders Inc. to RalphR. $6.800, home. "Once a Japanese family has' ACCOUNTS CHECKS[: CHEQUES

Pate, $13,200 home. I W. D. Harrington to S. J. Harrington accepted you," he recalled, "their The Lonnie Pages And "Doll Baby"daughter. FINANCIAL COLLECTION
I James L. Andrews to R. O. $3,250, home on Bedford friends are your friends." The SAVING
r. ACCOUNTS
D; l.SbY. $1.500., lot. lake. couple, while in..Japan, lived in ACCOUNTS 3.0 ADVICE
I Donna Lee. the suburbs of Sasebo *
in MONEY
J. H. McNeal to J. P. McNeal, Van H. Garden: to Charley E. a home loaned them as a wedding -'+ I south ern I COURTEOUS
I Western dress is worn by al- Japan.Of I
I2.0QO. lot.pemetree. Johns $3.500, lot on Little Santa present from a Japanese LOANS SERVICE ORDERS
mcst all Japanese Mrs.
now Japanese
Builders, Inc. to Hal- Fe. friend. Mr. Page says that he has I schooling. Mr.
Page says, with the kimono being Page that nine
bert R. Goldwire. 12800. homePaul Clarence William Colon! to W. friends: in all parts of Japan. says years, three
donned only for festivals. She terms of three each Modern Bank You Will
years is com- All The Services Of
Any ---
, B. Tunison to Thomas F D. Thomas, $10,300. home. I Learning to cook southern dishes '
has with her some obis, the s sworn pulsory, and when a student
Brannon Jr., $20,500, home orLake Keystone Utilities Co. to Barclay because her husband likes
i around a kimono, and a finishes he is well hi his
,Geneva. Development Co.. $45,00; old them. Mrs. Page said she had equipped Business With Us.
beautiful headdress used for cere- field. Mrs. Page attended a Enjoy Doing
Griffis to V difficulty .
Fdward Jimmy Rolf course near Keystone. with the shopping when
monies. In her opinion, western tut school
and
explained
Thorton $1,800. lot. Anna Miller to E, R. Dobson, thpy first arrived in the United Bap-I
dress is much m'cre comfortableand they intensive
Ronald M. Griffis to LutheiOriflU $3.000 12 acres land. States, Her husband helped and gave
practical than the kimono taiic: .
$1.100. lot. Cecil R. Moore to Robert C. now she does it all herself. In o 'subjects.Donna
which she calls picturesque,: butmuch Lee is called OF STARKE
"doll BANK
baby"by THE COMMUNITY STATE
A..L Carver to F. P. Lott, Sapp. S6.000, home. Japan, she said vegetables are
too waist
tight at the for her paternal grandparents,
.
purchased in
one place, meat in
comfort.. but her mother says she is spankd -
{nother.. and so forth. Here. she
AIR CONDITION decided, shopping is much easier "The mountains of southern --I if she doesn't behave. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

but prices are much higher. Japan are beautiful," Mrs. Page I Scotching the notion that Japanese .
wives "wait on their hus-
Mrs. Page who was an actress I declares, "but in this country it
bands hand and foot" Mr. Page
REFRIGERATION before her marriage. performing !is wonderful to take a long walk onfessed
that he
helps with the
in Japanese historical drama, has and still not be in
someone'sjard. are of the little
girl and the
learned:: to sew since coming to the I ." She lived with her mother LAST CALL
lousework, especially week-
on
U. S. She makes clothes for her-
and
AND TV SERVICEAll self and for their 10-months-old [:two sisters father, and who four is an brothers engineer in le ads.said."It is a 50-50 proposition," I Ing


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: INMAN D. GREEN Owner

P 94e; WQ 4-6901 Starke Fla. f w :C.A
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Ladies Boys' Limit 5 Per Customer

Now Open s atd [. .y C Boys
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: SLIM JIMS KNIT SHIRTS PANTS S

LAKESIDE SKATING RINKAT + Washable Woven Plaids Values to 1.39
> a i .t Ivy and Dress Styles I
I. \ Sizes 10 to 18 Reg. 1.98 Broken Sizes
I r. JI J-! Wash NWear Fabrics

LAKESIDE PARK ,:

Senator Johns Crowns Queen ContestantMiss I I j.OO 25' $1.00

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LAKE BUTLER Sylvia Paulk' will be Bradford Paulk was selected
as
a contest-
: crowned by State Sen.
County's entry in a state CharleyE.
ant by Rodman Reddish (leftI.) Johns JAMAICA Mens Short Sleeve
.. queen contest sponsored by the at the Rotary Club lun-
TUES. AND FRI. NIGHTS 7:30; 10:30 Florida local dairyman and
Dairyman's Association asa member of cheon last week. County AgentG.

SATURDAY AFTERNOONS --- 2:30 5:30 highlight of their convention in :Jh" association.The T. Huggins [
right was in SHORTS and BLOUSES SPORT S SHIRTS I
Jacksonville. July 810. Miss popular local singer s is be- I charge of arrangements.
SATURDAY NIGHT-7:00 To 10:00-10:00 To 12:00

'Work On US 301 dent engineer to the State Road MATCH :MATES Our Better Wash 'N Wear Shirts

BOUT SKATES 75c: Behind Schedule Department Due to extremely, said Tuesday.wet weather!!.City Registration Clerk Orders Books Sizes 10 to 18 Regular $2.98 Setro"en Plaids, Stripes, Solids, Prints

FLATS 50cSpecial work has been ;
restricted
Because Of RainWork to bridges and culverts. largely Alizell)Due In Two WeeksCity SETS $ .00 FOR $

Prices For All Parties on U S. 301 will be back said practically all drainage is I Clerk Carl Johns said this 2 ] 2 $3.00Girls'
to full scale in one week if lair complete except in Lawtey and:: ,
I II week that voters have already begun
Starke.
weather holds O. L. Mizell, resi- ;
I I to register under the city -
Contract for the was let
project ,
I pew permanent registration sysem Ladies
on a working day basis, allowing that was recently authorized by SOFA

I;25 days to complete the road. the Florida Legislature. 1 i PEDAL PUSHER
Since Jast August when
work was SKIRTS
e Johns said, however, that he has
tegun, contractors have had only BILLOWSIT
not been encouragmg people to begin -, and :
\ ,THE.9IO REASON WHY... Sfc working days, Mizell said I I
registering because he
has not
I I [Pleated Solids and Prints
A working day is any calendar ,
yet received the
I necessary forms
day, excluding i I BLOUSE SETS
Sundays
1 Saturdays and registration (Ibooks
OLDS < needed to, Regular: $2. 8
r and State legalized holidays,l! I
establish the
new system. He said
on which the
COSTS LESS } temperature, the I I voters may register now, but this '
weather or condition of the soil is
wi>uld cause! much extra work forthe IJ.43 Set 9cWatch
,IN THE I such that it is possible for the con:I I city hall staff because air i

tractor to make effective use or I II .. names will have to be transferredfrom
,LONG RUN {, i at )least 50 per cent of the usual, the'old registration books as -- -- ..

I daily man hours. I soon as the new ones arrive. IN THE NEW STORE
Ai Mizell said the job is 24 percent .. f for GRAND OPENING
> I Now; forms and registration Eagle's COMING SOON !
Beneath the' glitnor naflrirn complete an"d :27 per cent of hooks are on order and should be .
of the 59 Olds Is hldJfn the 325
i
i working days allowed arc
[delivered in about two weeks
Mb.Olda ;
value that pUIns ? w gone. .
toot Int.in the long runs ., f ; q ;. '<'w, 1 Johns said. Boys Better Short Sleeve l1ens'SPORT

I\ JOY: * Chase i with a a'
a a ,
. -loch wider GuardBeamFrame. i I On Reapportionment <<: For Zone 5 SHIRTS SWIM% TRUNKS
OW fra a'G
tares cooler E.erT'S9 running Air- Lt Will Be Held Nov., 3. Livestock Inspectors Regular $2.19
Sizes 6 to 16 Values to $2.98 Reversible Ivy Style
Scoop Brain on all four u-b< Mrs. Marian Crosby, supervisorof of Craig L. GlisbonI

.I Uedcr the hood i I still : registration urges all eligible! I as supervisor of livestock inspectors

another OHs hidden re/we- persons to register to vote in the in Zone 5, embracing ten $1.00 $1.41
the famous Rorkct Engine1roitb .
<: has
pccial state election to be held counties in northern Honda
*n*.fuel-aaving economy Nov. 3. been' announced by hose U. TTfldall -. __
for: 59. .
The election will be held to sub- and Dr. S. C. ,Garfman State

Is it any wonder that an Olds mit the constitutional amendmenton and Federal supervisors respectively Girls DISCOUNT I

is worth 1II1n'ai trade-in time of field inspection in Florida cOrrOrt'SLIPS
rod: lean to own in the reapportionment to the people for the Screwworm Eradication BLOUSES
bus run? for referendum. The amendment Program. ON ALLLadies'
VALUE-RATE fire Rocket
would increase tfie Senate from
, 5w Oldi deal .Value"r- Glisson's address is P. U. Box
yonr :
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Rate The Roeket.yon'It Then 0 L DS_ y 3S from members 95 to to 103.44, and the House ,,564: Keystone Heights, and phone $$8c each 1st Quality Summer

nnderttand why so messages will reach him at 2421.
many people are joining tho : Books for registration will be I Previously he had been livestock

Bib SMing' to Olda t BY EVERY MEASURE..THE VALUE CAR open until the afternoon of Oct. inspector: for Baker and limoCounties. a 2 For $1.00 $1-47 DRESSES
OF THE MEDIUM PRICE CLASS
.
3. Persons who have changed ad- i I I
-------------------------------------------- As Zone 5 Air. G 1 .
dress or have married and changed supervisor >s j
son will be in charge of ,
inspectors "
CATE-HENDRY CHEVROLET CO. tine. their names should re:egister. assigned to the following Co\IDues:1]

t This registration will also cover Madison Hamilton Taylor, L ..tay-j FINAL CLEARANCE

the May primaries and the general cite, Colunibia: Suwanee Sake I
210 W. Call Street Starke. Fla. Phone WO 1-2011
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election next jcar. Union. Nassau. and, Uavai. j j l
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...1Gt: SL 8R.UJiR{) iflTV1. nU\.aRAPn.: ST.. RKE. FLjRru.X THURSDAY, JUNE 18,1939

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Jayorc i injCVtOS- I '. ..' .- j to have been at odds with his 31-1

Plan Gas-O-Rama I New officeis installed following j! r. 1. coholic sPO1.;e and when her! w. c. T. y.

I /* *t<*. 'fi, S corpse 13 found buried on his prop- 'I.
the fcuffet II ,
:
I -, W1 ei ty, Ladd is forced into hiding by :\
CONSPIRE
Johns ; ; : "WHEN BAD MEN
pres
Jaycees Check I I an irate and suspicious township.
GOOD MEN CO IBISE.JTIIEODORE
vice LET
; Hiding in a cave he is befriended

; I I('v a group of youngsters, and it is [ ROOSEVELT:

430 Vehicles phurs. state II Ii I i, with their aid that he attemptsto NATIONAL VOICE.1

prove his innocence.
Prewitt of r / _

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vice president j ''I Clothing II 1 1I

Jn Safety DriveStarke '..Ifficcr.I i', Iii II III I AlVAREZ'STORE1tIen": 1894

I This

Jaycees had a busy day conduct a '

last Saturday when they checked !I Ave.Pas3's. from 7 I, -- 1 : I Sell It Rent It Trade It!!

430 cars in a National Safety

Check campaign and topped the rrngements 'II II II I 20 WORD'S OR LESS! Off ....utI.. (HlalMM O.f&.) .n

day's activities with a buffet dinner the station :j I G.tCH .tniHTIOVtb WORD OVER 2 e _h____ ._._ 4f Per W.r.
the profit I 20% niSCOf.NT: 0\ RKPRIT I\9ERT1O\S SAM!: AO
and installation of officers in
gasoline and 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BL1\D ADS OR ADS SOT PAID I* ADVAJTCB.CL4SMFIRD .

the Woman's C=". chapter will I I Remnants Of Tobacco Croo Beina Strung At Lawtev
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i DISPLAY '1.5 Per lark rtrrt ....wt...
The Check revealed that -
Safety car wash I II '1.00 PER IXCH: FOR SAME AD RRPEATKO O'SR OR MORE TIMES
40 per cent of cars inspected!' had (,n duty at like this will be scarce in of the Fisher and Charlie GasKms' tobacco as 'sorry." ,II ing operation above are<, from left::

om safety defect. Many drivers the day. I County this summer, tobacco crop west of Lawtey. 'I Pepper and sweet corn in the Nella Kirkland Marvin Futch, CARDS OF TR." %K (l> TOVER H W.n.) ...
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50 WORDS! -- -- 4 ('_l. Per W.r4MFMOimi.
fad these defects corrected at Proceeds tobacco harvest drastic- Mrs. Fisher Gaskins (fore- area were even more severiy dam- j Catherine and Linda Gale Gaskins,

once and returned to get an approved -! used! to help : I ] due to rain damage. ground) says this is the second I :Mrs. Gaskins, Mrs. A.TJ. Kirkland, .! "D RE'OU.'TIO"I! ---------_______ (..,. P.. w...

safety sticker from the spOnsored ,j rains destroyed two-thirds cropping, bi/ she described the I I aged.Helping with the tobacco string.I Jinny Gaskins and A. C. Kirkland.,., FOR SILB F OR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished<

I Homes' on Alt"n Id. 2-3: bedrooml,l h"u"'ind"w fan. Corner Chri
Strikes Youth : i.ml Iwxlrooma. ti hi n and Pratt Sts. )Ir '. Mundorf
Rotarians Hear a\ailaMe. J. W Thomas, Phone WO \\"O 4-51. UchgNOW.
111. tfchg I
Temple Avenue ; "
; The ultimate In
prestige. (Of
Address By WE HAVE a new loan program for ENGRAVED business cards Ut.U
Good farmers. Loans ot 1 to fi year (price Includes plate. Never before,
SHOP! SHOP! fur toe entire credit require engraving at this low price.

eight.year-old Starke boy Parole Officer merits ily. Gainesville of the !farmer Production and bill Credit fam Bradford County Telegraph! If

ox&v in good condition at j t..i_. Association! CO Worth 1aln.flainenrlI1e (CITRUS bearing ilie! *, container
Ti Fla. ifcb* grown. Also Plum. earner
County Hospital alter T How business men can serve Apple-
Pear Hood and Pal''win. Fig
Go to Jacksonville or struck by a car on North themselves and society 't>y pro RADIO REPAIRED. Orapevines, Persimmons etc Eergreens. -
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All Hake* All Jf 4 4 Shade
Avenue Monday after viding employment for prisoners ......"e Carg.. &..ra..... 400 Varif'tlt'I&aIMII Trees, Camellias, fine planto, over,
eligible for parole 'was described MIKPIIKHD'S RADIO TV full of bud and bloom.
ANYWHERE See
our
to
pitfce .
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get a I.ma. ..r. .. O.i..rii
at the Club plants fur quality. We *re located<<
Rotary Wednesday by ..
T. G. Ritcn said Tuesday : F fall M. Fh e WO 4-V8OI I' miles east of Keystone
Height
i i James Bloodworth, director of the Stirke. Fla. on Iliway 100.
Thousands .
of .
New Car THEN SEEBILLY Benjamine Knight re- plant.0.
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abrasions and local Florida Parole Commission C. Carney Nursery, Phone MU
multiple GENUINE: ENGRAVED Wedding IBvitatlons 4-4195.: Fforahome. Fla
a fractured elbow and i / L1 office. I with double envelope* 10J tf

internal injuries from the I Bloodworth described the parole for grsrth$21.95. Bradford COUT'T Teletf FOR RENT--S furnished apartments .
$50 and $S5 per mo. Electric
Dr. Rilcn said the I program as 84 per cent success-
boy utilit""-", air' condition for bedroom
ful." He said there are now 34 COI.OMtl. FlORIST .-nly Shady I.. )
so well on the. Only F. T. D. Florist: in Starke. wn. 11. mile E. Call
the incident that the in. g-j:. ? parolees gainfully employed in Flowers! wired any place. Flowers 1ft 440 bridge. sign Pessent Rd, RFD Box
on left. Mrs. Clarke
A fur all wranionx' loyally. Phonefiri
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Bradford County and 11 in Baker, K .t te
injuries were not believed !
WO >nf; K lIct V.m Pt. Itrhg trhllJ'
the two counties under his super
!
vision. FOR RENT--Furnished' apart Fxperienced' carpenters wanted towork
Sgt. Ben Irfoltzendorf re I S ments. ItpaonIIp rates. Near In this area. Xteady work.
He said that most parolees are !shopping enter Phone \\'O1111 :Must" baown tools and tran<"por.la .
that the Kight youngster i ir WO 4. la:: or call at 113 S. lion. Apply write or phone Jim
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ran in front of a KJ7 so appreciative of regaining their Cherry St. (Shell Oil C'o. Ofn,.... I Walter Curp. J2SI W. Heavef St.
: I freedom that tfley make every cr- tf4.hg J.ekm.nvi1leFOR tt""g
by Paul James Spicer, l -
S fort to make good on the job and 1 PALE-Large .
cement
Strathore Calif. ) I WANTED-Waitress. It & O TrnrkSlop block
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S. home 1''i acre lot. 20 .
themselves
useful trf'f"tJ.11
prove members : nt>!''Itaurant. Apply after" %:;:0 pecan
to Holtzendorf's re- ,\ City faciliti' in city limits.
of 'n the afternoon tfrhg.
society.
was driving north in -1 S.- -. I "ry rensonaMe $jo Thomas Rt.
block of Temple Avenue .,. ..: .. Bloodworth said it is l a popular I'h"0 4-' !S81. tfch*
,
.. misconception that the employer Men's Leather
Kight ran in front of
[ is responsible for the behavior ot HASTINGS MATTRESS
FOR A LOWER Spicer swerved to the
was unalble to avoia hIt- Temporary Power StationA I I the parolee after he leaves the HALF SOLES & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

youngster. Spicer swung prison. "All the employer has to 710 Lemon St. I'alatka

temporary power substation. station will be in do is provide the job opportunity"
ACROSS THE onto the shoulder of the use until the Furniture Repaired Uphol-

ran into the child's side. to be known as the Raiford station -.I rebuilding and expansion of the; Bloodworth' said, "the supervision 1.50 PMen's stered & Refinished

FROM SETZER'S still moving slowly nosed has been erected by Florida Starke sub station is completed. fice.of his" actions is up to our of MATTRESSES REBUILT
With
the increased of r
shallow roadside ditch be. Power & Light Co. about eight capacity Rubber
to a halt. its main line here, Florida Power The speaker was introduced by: New Innerspringsand

i i Tilley, 212 N. Bay St., miles west of Starke on SR 100.' & Light plans to tie'in with other Joe Arnold who said that he had: HEELS 85 Box Springs

The station will carry 69,000 prwer: ccmpanies in the area, including employed several parolees and Drop Us a Card or Call

volts and will replace the Keystone Jacksonville, so that that his experience with them had I PALATKA EA 5-9166

Heights station which also power can be transferred from one been good. STARKE'SSHOEREPAIRING STARKE WO 4-5934
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NOW IN STARKE carried 69.000. The temporary to the other in case of emergency.:
Alan Ladd StarsIn MRS. PEGGY SHALLER. Stark,
Starke, ad R. L. Morgan witnessed < -
Garden Restaurant 123 S. Walnut St. AftOl
the accident from Morgan's Suspense Story

barber ship at the corner of North Wins First Half Title Across from Park TheatreFOR ticks
At The Park
Theatre
MODEL HOMES Temple and Andrews Street. I f

STAR:: : HOMES AND OFFICE Sgt. Holtzendorf said Spicer was In I Softball LeagueThe Man In The Net: a umning JEXT-Furnh.hf'd garage j 24"FOR SALE Sears self propelled
apparently at a mower ana 29 aw comblna-
traveling
legitimate apartment on Kingsley Lake. Completely -
Garden Restaurant team suspense story with a top-notch! furnished linens.I'tnt tn. motor 2 3-4 h. p. $75: ,00. Pill
except
rate of speed and was not powered its way to two more wins' cast will play Sunday through by week" only. Phone WO 44rAi. I I H-ia. Starhe WO 4-2'il Itp
2117 N. Temple (U. S. 301 N. at Limits at fault. No charges were filed. end tfohg j
City ) a 10-0 record to clinch the Tuesday at the Park Theatre. ji FOR SALE .-H ft. "boat complete

7 first half championship in softball The story concerns a commercial i with windshield' top, I* h. p. elec-

$1 Rabies Shots Will Be play last week. I artist played by Alan Ladd U L Iloiipe Ai-reape I. Town and Rental and" Country. Farms' inc\\o 4-starter;
Payments as low as a day Given Saturday At The Restaurant boys clobberedCo. who becomes a hunted suspect I CARPENTER
i when his neurotiic wife is found\ % I. TIIOMIS REt LTOU WORK
.. C by a 17-12 score and romped j :tto Temple .Ite. Tel. UO 1-5701 I
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14cw. DOCKS
;:"" w.w Reduced PricesThe ov Maintenance Shop 16-6. J I slain in their home. He is known tfchgFOR BOAT HOUSES

.l I In other games rast week, Waldo ( Heights this ADDITIONS
fee for rabies vaccination of !j Friday, Co. C vs. De- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
and Development Commission SALE OR RENT-Partly fur-
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\e1opment Commission
I i or Stark
'+. ; pets which will be given Satur-j j i two close n Fhed 2 room house $:; per mo. A.: JIMMY RICKS Jr.
ones, With Wal i and Keystone vs. Garden Restaurant Toth. Rt. 2 Box 53-F. SlarKe. 3tp
. .. day, June 20 at four I 121 X. St. Clair Ph. WO 9-2931
-- places in 'I donning the first 8-7, and Development -J in Keystone on Tuesday; and /25

the county will be $1.75 per ani- ComrfrTssion {ling; the: Waldo and the Maintenance Shop: Lake View Reach Cottages' on Santa CHARMING LITTLE

mal and not $2 as previously an- second' by a 2-0 cou:'.'. Co. I L tX: against Development Commission: Fe lake for rent by week. Fur. furnished at Hampton .Lake COTTAGE flood
". nounced. I continued to the the ioi ": n'shwl. electric kitchen. JIake! your fining and swimming sand bottom.
gest and Co. C on Thursday. "
reservations"
now. Swimming and I Reservations
County Sanitarian Jack Tra- !'I team in the league: ta.anf it o pirninnp free. Parking :toe June bemg taken from 23th:
n, League standing with won-lost' per car on. $15 week per couple. See
the chin from ITrs. Maude Kahr (Comer B- i 573: F. <*. Clark
wick I at
___' ..It ., j i has set the following schedule Keystone. Maintenance : records at the end of the first half Karlton Fla. Pf.one Waldo' 110 8- Hampton Lake tfchg

-.iPi- "-< : : Shop and Development: Commission. are: Garden Restaurant ((10-0)])I, ;-.%;. 4tp 72Don't FOR SALE-Supro Electric' Guitar

i # --- : .: >.J'l;:;;?:. ."' Starke City Light Plant 8:30 !! Keystone ((6-4)) Maintenance -' end amplifier slightly ot>ed. Very
..' ..H..,.. ..>' ,. ... : : i The snopr pay rent put more sense in I rood ""nditi.,". See Mrs. PuIIington
II
1.:4. .J:: a. m. to 10:30 I week's schedule calls fo 15-5) Waldo your dollar. See Wheel Estates'
: i; . : t. : a. m. ), ((4-6)), Development your Fnltinrton" Stnrtlo
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.t .. :. . ..._ ,;. :-j.w ; jj I Garden Restaurant vs. Waldo ealer for Mobile Homes that are
Hampton, City Hall, 10:30: a. m.I J and Commission ((4-6)) and Co. C U- dean) II ultual"aluf'II.. Also high. dry MOW YOt'R LAW .
THE SOUTHERN CROSS-This" spacious 3-bedroom home I to 12 noon. j Maintenance Shop vs. Keystone 6),). and beautiful spares available.Ldke umnf>'. 833 W. Pratt St., phone Call Carl\\0 '
cffers exterior styling seldom found in a home at this $5990 Geneva Trailer Park 1 mi. S. a. t<74
1rIc.. I It boasts an attract exterior of board and Lawtey. City Hall, 1:30 p. m. E. Keystone" Heights' on Hwjr. 100. ftp C-I' .

batten and." litetrfne Y' Wetern Cedar ihirg'ev per month to 2:30: p. m. 4t?> 7/9 SHE STROUT REALTY for Hom..". ,I
Farms. Ranches Grov Acreage
Kingsley Lake. Strickland's FOU RF.STrooom furnishedapartment and Rnsmess property.' We list'

More stere 3:30 p. m. to 4:30: p. m. n I The s. Epperson with St. private Y L Kirrhaine.bath. SIC pour ir.g and property adv. with free. free Also open free lisl-catalogue
than New
50 from
S2950
Mr. Trawick Scripto
designs urges all pets be ItrhgHOUSEWIVES Contact Johnle Hansen' Rep.
\ vaccinated because two positive :3 mi. J*. of Starke on U. Highway
ar raonrb I ;ni or call Waldo HO 8-JM1.
cases of rabies in animals were

S NO TAPE.DOWN Ju.t PAYMENT bring your-deeJ NO-RED we found in the county during the Business Line Ball Pens WANT TO BtT 4tehg 7-2
Be an AVON REPRKSEN'TIVE: SMALL HOUSE and
YOUR do the DEED.rest. WE DO NOT KtlP l last year.Florida. '.'t In !Starke or short distance out
start earning substantial income Will
all
pay cash. .
Sidney Hansen..in
S YOURS. FREE AND CLEAR. IN -. .
Immediately. Represent AVON yT tr g t lip
LusKANslxycusnancng in

t f includes insurants.rikt .all closing, costs and title. _ Theatre Has and Refills a convenient neifhborh-Kxl territory FOR RENT Small farm dwelling- '

INSURANCE on entire origin.al Turbulent Drama Of .. we train you. Write: Sirs ;Modern. Conveniences Near town
replacement 'Myl. E. Conner.' In*.
cot for 3 fULL Atrenry Itchg
t YEARS. Early CaliforniaPat Oulda Sweat P. O. Box 540, LJ\e

CHOICI OF EXTERIORS. Western FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING Oak. Florida. FOR UI.F"-4 room bouse!'! and bath.
Cedar Shingles, Novcity Siding. . ,.. .. ,..,. ... .9 l 7 lots SO'x J 110' each. Clear Abstract. -
EiMtd and Wayne, son of actor John .
''L[ Batten. V-Board Sid- firm $2.504 Ca!h. Perry Davin..afeV. .
that
are needed .
fcr Lake R.
tr.g.tive combinations Asbestos Shingles. or attrac A Wayne, has his first film starnng Meat will h* r.... at Billy JaekMIB >- :. Fla ftp 6'2S

NOT PREFAB. Floor plans CM be THI NORTH STAR-Smart, modem. lole as a teenage sheriff in *"I7ie only 25c eachREFILLABLE *. I"iie4 Supply lard l I. rear .f WAN'TEDPart time
help Kinsley
2-bedroom hcme
changed or MC can t>*e your own featuring an Attractive BIg Dad's Factory. Hiefl Boat .
plans' carport arrangement at a ir.oit Young Land," playing at the Ltadioa Mat Iff .. \ 10 ft. Flood Tjifce Mn-f hare own trannporta-
S YOU SAVE S WITH STAR HOMES U.LJIPIJI.! attractive, price. Florida Theatre Sunday and .Mon Light; Life R.rh. luSt ..h..r.... I.Kmi.Mro Call .)(1'.. Moore WO Ztrha 4-S7J1 or
I ., Completely fmshed::! on the out .ir ii J PlKMblBC Supplies of all kind ; (25Filled
, -* side floored and with all framing P'' only $ TI.d 015 per month Steel fldlnc rot*. Sued Farnltare.
for mside ",alls m place--designed:! liii .. ....... day.The \\..Tlad0w Well and" graded lots Southside
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Srreea.
.< to th.t'ou can easily finish t". b .. : story is a turbulent dramaof I : rir.. ...... c.n0 4-1001. .I k) far r>'' tv.st Kingsley Lake.. J. W.Urnwii. .
fciterior and save $1,000 to S3.CC7.' ____________ the fight for law and order in Mr. nhaae* .r r.me la ..a are .. ** Phvo. WO 4.'H' TRENT !

Star Homes are not usual the California of 184S. Dan O'- vtli. .. tii town. fI..hlt Fnn -Furnished front room.

shell homes- Herhhy plays a federal who JoI.\'l: 'In""t.. next to bath. Cooking and
judge OR WOMAN
with Refills lOc -To take over her
privileges. 404 S.
Check these extrafeatures ;; piesides at a murder trial, Pat ea. Ix-alership. Weekly in Starke.profits Products of 15009 Established. -; RedgraveSt Un'

: Wayne is the young shentf,, S or more at atart possible. No earor ruG RF.NTroom unfurnished

STAR FEATURES: FULL S-FCOT rods aw .'V *-' ?%;? $% Yvonne Craig his :Mexican sweetheart BLUE .other investment necexsary. Will VPeterson's" Dairy left off
CEILINGS. Extra svorg foundation it Us .. >,> & % .V a help yon get started. Write C. R. Cotler TM Itn
-5 sills. All sills, and joists, nut' aK xvi ife cssi<5X. >fi and Dennis Hopper the Hubl... Dept.3.. The J. R. Watkins

e creosoted Doub'e! tramt g .i _ THE METEOR-Our most popular 2- ;youngkiller who doesn't under. BLACK Company Memphis 2. Tennessee. )fpIIFI.P FOR SA I.E .P.ieyde! boys English
doors and and windows.' :",,5" joists _ beoroom model. Make your rent p.y stand that justice must be equal to Racer. 717 W. Cypress! St. Phone WO
ratters high-grade pa.nt N c:- ott-invest It in a home 'lik. tn.s. : RED W\TED t."'
tal eaves drip and 210-P asphalt shirgles for extra reef We will train and finance dependable. von SALE-1 Electric Water Pump
and kre siding'15-pound for felt extra order insula.on.a toot $39.30 per month Although this is Pat's first star- FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS man or woman over 21. for part or Itnd tank f2*>. I .Cas water heater I
: ring role, he has appeared in four full time M<"Ne!'s Route Work. Writ. U* J T Quigley cor. Cherry and
:. ""XE!':- CO- Box 27 66, DeSoto Sta.. \Tdi.on sts.
MAIL THIS COUPON.........:). ,-- .- -. -..-.- .- II other movies and several television Memphis 2. Tenn. Itp. Itchg I

: I i STAR HOMES, In('. BRCT-4 dramas. FOR RENT: -Fnrnlahed house' on
.. The most economical I FOR P.E..T-s. : bedroom house. 5 mi. JinlP'"l..v ,...If... two bedrooms. largeporc
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OR PHONE 2117 X. Temple (Please Print)
.. west of Lawtev. Turn right at Carter's 'I. ntflit'e furnished. R-nt by
I >tarl.e, Fla. Store. flr..t house on right the we-k and i I. available now SisRemodeling ite.f '-
Places Still Open Keys af J. M Hosier's. $25 month. .-..... ? 0..... f"'.. ".... i.
WO 4-1221 : I writing ever devised. p,...,-. u a ..f'. \-.00'* H1't
Z Picas* send FREE foMer astfcriptiv ... For "
r. material to: I Summer SchoolThere GF"JR. ( "TRn..TIO"Yf'w.
\' In City Ponn'l I Lemon s stte.1 1 I all types Florida
I !O' Please hjve your representative Pointer Male Rird dog' 1 Mack and I ro ms. car ports natlo Free estinates -
un. I understand there is ell- are a few openings for tan female Hound PUPPY. Owner" Call Fra'lklin11"41.. Caines-.
: 'ligation to bvy. elementary! students of the fourth. may have by parir.aboard: and I Ie'IS.rti'fnE ,"_ L'i.. Uft 71.!
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II NAME. . cost Contact City PoPotatoe -
fifth and sixth .
in
grades the 1-;
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.., riiowln I library reading program conducted BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH Several men or women to make' a
S'V .. PHONE. by Mrs. Helen Malone and Mrs. S vines for lOa I".'. Puerto Rlean hon-e to house canvass for natural
and Oeorgia reHs $3 ttj.
per gao consumers in St rke. It interest
:; STARKEZI17 Nina Andrews as part of the.SummEr Ned C. Coleman. Orlffis, Loop. !tp apply City HaH at once.Itchg.

N. Temple (V. S.SOI Program Supervisor L. H. .'!: -

-' .' Interested parents should con- u and Bine Prlntinsr. IL.J"'nn. ... '""" 1.11 2 rm and
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Open: Daily-8:80 ajn. Rt. 1 Pnr\ !%S-A Phone bath apartment AH convenience..
tact these teachers at the Starke WOl ST 3tn 7'T. tr. snd yw..
to 6 n IJlmJn.lHI: !
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Elementary: School from 1:30 to FOR SALE v r > r otIbg. 2.hr fI"i
2 to 6 pan. 631 North E ls wood at leaver Jacksonville Florida 4 / -ByeUtely n.r-"uh.com.
pm. any week day Mr. Gibson furnished I bedroom home ?,.w .. I
in Starke.' Write P. O. Box 823-A I g.nti..s44.v,
said. -t JOO .
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA



STAKKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. 4UXE 18, 1939;
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a 1T/r1'1R yYyyIr1yyyy yvI days. All his friends wish him a C. Spues Sr.
Company Proposes Lease Of Airpark Lake focedy recovery.Mr. Mrs. RussellVoodard and Mrs.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS MELROSEBy and Mrs. R. M. Cason visa Luck TI ion attended a luncheon
Geneva + 'recently at the home of :Mrs A.Af. .
r ,c\1 their daughter. Mrs. Pearl Harris -
Landing Strip For Drag RacingA Joyce Rothhammtr : Hcweil Micanopy.. honoringMrs. :
I By Mary K. Schaeffer Youth'C of Welaka.Mr Tison's great-niece. Miss
? uuu..AAAAAI ...u.". and Mrs. Jchn S. Rjnd Jucquelyn Chrbtian.

proposal that the landing Hr-rne representing, the North i,f Engagement Announced ('Bradford High School and of Award Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison and and children of Atlanta. Ga.. Mr. Mr and Mrs. Fred Tate Mason
strip at the Keystone Airpark be' Florida Timing Association. He!, Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Brice of (Jones Business College. She is : children recently visited Mrs. Ti- :nd Mrs. George Austin and and daughter. Juarcia. and Mrs-
leased for the purpose of con-|explained the method of conducting Melrose announce the engagementcf '''presently employed at Keystone ', >; son's father G. S. Chamberlainof daughter of Daytona Beach. Mr. sons son. Michael Dechman
ducting drag racing contests was! such contests and stated that I II | their daughter Kenny Sue to 'State Bank. Micanopy.I. and Mrs. A. C. Spires. Jr. and c'rove! to Auburn. Ala. for the
submitted to the Keystone Heights ,if Council would consider; such a'i' Michael Lee Adams son of Mr. I Mr. Adams is a Junior majoring Larry Carnes son of Mr. and C. Miller son of Mr. and children of Miami, and Mr. and graduation of Mrs. Masons son
Town Council at its meeting June lease;; he would request the pres- and Mrs. Gordon S. Adams of : in architecture at the Univer- Mrs. R. A. Carnes of Lake Geneva Mrs. Jack Miller entered Hope Mrs. Charles A. Hoffman and D.miel Dechman. who receivedhis
9. ;fence of a man who could answer Keystone Heights. I Jsity i of Florida. recently received an American Haven Hospital June 15 for sur- children of Gain'Sille're recent B. S. degree in Industrial En-
I
The proposal was made by John,' [ Continued on next Page] '1 Miss Brice, is a graduate of The wedding is planned for Legion Citizenship Award. gery.!: He will be there about 10 guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Continued on next Page
i :Saturday July 25, at 8 p. m. at These awards are made to students If
I the First Baptist Church of Key- \ "in recognition of those i
a lst-ne Heights. high qualities of honor courage,

i OPEN SUNDAYS DURING SUMMER I Summer The Summer Program Recreation Started program scholarship which ,are leadership necessary and to service the- STEP UP TO QUALITY WITH% A ftotpouiiHotpoint

THE I started last Monday June preservation and protection of
,,,15, at City Playground. About 85 1!the fundamental institutions of
I per cent of the registered boys our government and the advancement -
and girls turned out for activities of society." Automatic WashersREDFEARN'S
I line t first day. '
9:00: A.M. Till 6:00: P.M. The older boys' baseball team YYYYYY.yyyy TV v TTTT v. I
I Group 21 were to play the first
i game of the season with Melrose. FLORAHOMEAND l
i I out.TTufortunatelr, they were rained GRANDIN !Y : START AT 169.95 I WITH
TRADE
In Response to Public Demand, WATSON'S BANNER \ i, Thursday June 18 the team will By Dane

FOOD STORE will remain open on Sunday during the ,I Heights plAY Johnson on the here City in Playground Keystone AAA AAAAAAAAA uAAAA

Summer. This added service is now in effect and will con I field starting at 4:30: p. m. Mrs. Dick Lilly of Florahome,
Friday June 19, they will play wlio: is president of Putnam '
tinue through Labor Day Weekend.For .
!I|Hawthorne at Hawthorne start- County Home Demonstration
II,in at 4:30: p. m. All adults and Clubs attended a meeting of the /

years it has been Watson's Banner Food Store policyto 'children these are invited to attend Sunnlhites Home DemonstrationClub I !
games. in Palatka Monday.Rev. .
observe the Sabbath as a day of rest, and we still believe Any adults interested in learn- and Mrs. H. R. Connerof / ..

it should be so observed. However, it is also our ing contact to play Mr. tennis or Mrs.are Alex advised["Doc"J to Clark Starke last Friday called afternoon.on Mrs. Alma i

policy to respond to public needs, and this we are now doing Brokas at 3041. Tennis instructions Austin Miller of Florahome is ;

by remaining open on Sundays from 9:00 A.M. to on are Thursday now offered Friday for children and reported Miss Beth to be Drake seriously of Gainesvilleis ill again. C .

6:00 P.M. Saturday mornings at the Playground spending the next few weeks .
court. An adult class will i visiting; her father T. L. Drake. .
Should you wish to shop on Sundays, you will find Wat- be formed to learn.if enough adults desire Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark -_ i s'i h,

; son's Banner Food Store ready and willing to courteously The tennis and little daughter Kathy and ,::' .,, -
court will
receive a Miss Dona Manning of Bardin \. '.: ',' ,. .:

serve your needs. You can depend on getting the same The"beauty boundary treatment"lines will this be week.repainted -I visited Mr. Clark's mother Mrs. / 'i......:.. .' ,,.,- .-. 'f'.'.),..' .':"'"' ,;,'.-:',
Alma last 'f-- !tr '
fresh fine merchandise the and Clark Sunday. _, t ,,, .-': :{d, : < ;, ,...:
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quality on Sundays as on Roy Tyre of the Mrs. R. S. Williams of Miami !-' ,., ",.<0<,.' '" : -' .. .. ;p.
I j I Brooklyn Supply House has donated visited her sister Mrs. Ethel ;\ ': :; ... / : ..
other of the week. : r
days wire to repatch the backings Brockman Wednesday of last ;.iJJ.. .: _.'._,'i!'< .t?'__....u..__""__<__"'": ._. i
of the court.
Come See -- You'll Save tWatson's A playground Bulletin Board week.
and Mrs.
Mr. Richard Brock
will be
posted near the tenniscourt.
: man and son John Wesley visited
It will be used to post the:
hours of Instruction for all activities : Mr. Brockman's grandmother
Mrs. Ethel Brockman last Thurs-
I schedules of games and i
Banner Food Store ;any other infoimation relative to' day.Visiting
relatives in Grandin
the summer program. .
Corbett Terrell and Kitty Mc-I' recently were Mr. and Mrs. Carl "Where Service Is, Assured"' .
Glave have : ten Quick and children Lee and "
begun a door-to-door ,
--- Polly of Fort Lauderdale and Mrs.Quick's PHONE'93i '- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. campaign in the downtown area
Tucker of
uncle Percy
asking for contributions
j to support Miami.
the summer program. Any-
one wishing to contribute to this
,worthwhile program for our children -
is asked to contact Mrs. LEE'S DRIVEINTHEATRE
Charles McGlave at 4278. Her
Watson Goofs !
mailing address is Box 481, Key Again
stone Heights Fla. Approximately
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And
We Made A
Special Buy two hundred dollars is still Phone 4113
needed: to meet the budget of this Keystone Heights, Fla.
summer; program so any size contribution The only thing wrong with this lovely Bedroom Suit is that we orderedthe
I Are Passing This Sensational will be welcome.
Chamber Of Commerce Notes wrong finish. Maybe YOU like Mahogany and personally we do
The monthly meeting of the Thur., Fri. June 18, 19
Value On To You! I Chamber of Commerce was heldlast WALT DISNEY'STONKA too. But most of our customers go for the lighter finishes and that's

Monday evening. Final preparations what we intended to order! We'll do most anything; to get this Ion!
were made for the Sou
thern Regional Ski Tournamentto suit off our floor for truly we need the room.
be held here on July 24, 25, 26.

HANDSOME 15 cu. FT. NAME BRAND realign A report program on the was summer made rec-and. If you like Mahogany ,

merchants and business men were Sat? Sun. June 20, 21
I asked to make some type of contribution

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Mrs. Daurer to support reported the program.that in' DESK SET THIS IS FOR YOU. !

the past two months 8,500 of the

Chest Type List Price $$329.95 new have Keystone been distributed.Heights If brochures you wish Spencer Tracy HepburnIN Katherine .

to send a brochure to friends or ,
business associates, contact Mrs. CINEMASCOPE
Redfearn's Price Ds urer for a supply.
; Bookcase
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Goldhead Branch State Park r

Freezer TO YOU ONLY For Beats Summer Own Record Visitors Tues., Wed. June 23, 21 '. :'IIIB Bed

This past week 8.077 personsred THETRAP
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the facilities at Gold Head :
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Double
Branch State Park-people; from I V ,
Holds 525 Lbs. of 88Frozen ill over the U. S.. and even from Richard \Vidmark, Lee J. Cobb Dresser
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Canada. I,
The new Play Ground
a
Food. [ Continued on next Pagel T -

Plate Glass

Mirror
gTiBN ? I ak,, w ?
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Chest

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If This Offer Sounds Good .
Seeing Is Believing Too All
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To Be True -- COME SEE FOR YOURSELF G't t 4

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Featuring,:; the new Self-Sealing FlexAutomatic Cold Control adjusts tern
Lid. Just close lid firmly and it is perature from 0 degree: to 20 degrees
automatically sealed. below zero. f *

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Convenient Inside Light.: Fast Freeze Compartment quickly t- Convenient Terms I
freezes up to 92 Ibs. of food.
Big Capacity! Holds 525 Ibs. of frozen Banking Financing
food. Perfect for average size Wire Basket and Divider for quick, -
family.! easy food storage.

Start planning for next year's vacation

NOW! Open a Savings Account with Us The Furniture AnnexA
REDFEARN'SPhone TODAY! '" ,

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Service Is Assured"Keystone DIVISION OF WATSON'S BANNER FOOD STORE
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community -
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1 become a hazard or a public nuisance V T VTTYYTTYYYTYYVYTTTVYVtKEYSTONE I ron, and volunteers Mrs. Francis pal David Schaeffer. David went L. S. Holland cf Sandy Hook. Va. and with a minimum of 114 inch IB The C..mty'". Jadice'. C.. t. IB
Airpark Wanted it will be removed or relo- Egan and Mrs. Thomas Elmorein Rev. and Mrs. George' Tison wheel base, equipped with heavy And For"Bradford Coaaty Florida.
to the Siprelle's home in Jacksonville duty brakes radiatnr. fan and IB Pro..'. -..,
cated by the Keystone Gas Co. organizing two groups of 4-H with.Mikeon Sunday evening and family of Gainesville were turn indicators. Leece-Neville FUt So. 1-439

\ H A communication was read from HIGHLIGHTS Girls for a bigger and more vigorous ::: to'spend a [eVil( days. recent visitors of Mr. Tison's vxtra io-amp police alternator requirement system.to All be IX JAMB REt ESTATE ATKBT OP CABJWELL. alM

For Drag RacingContinued : Civil Defense Director Ray Chance program. Johnny Dodd and Roger Pang- brother and sister-in-law Mr. excluded and mounted on new .BOWB as J.. &B..THCOCK.C.UU'fLI. -

requesting: the Finance Committee 4AAJ 4AAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Incidentally, Mrs. Egan has a born left Monday morning for theY and.Mrs. Dock! ,Tison ,and.family. police car. The following to be Ilereaned.JSOTICK. . traded TO
to continuehis, expense allowance A(Continued fro*1 Hag* 7)- pile oft"assorted,bathing 'equipment ,..uth Conference* for',"TeenAgiers > The Eliam Baptist Church helda 1 One 1958. Tudor Ford Sedan To all creditors and ail persons

( from Page 7) when the new budget iset left from-the 4-H picnic. 'If ht the Children's Bible Mis- .Vacation! Bible *Schovi Clinic 2. One 1953 Tudor Dodge edan.I having claims or demands ,against

up. The matter was referred you .are. short. a towel or suit sion.Camp at-PoIk City:. JohDny'sbrother. J bstweek.' I Bid must be submitted separately said estate.
relative to insurance : on items No. 1 and 2. Cars I II' You and each of yoo-are hereby
questions to Councilman Terrell to discuss Equipment which was installed give her a ring. ((37331. Danny and his sister Don't forget the Bookmobile I :" iw traded can be seen at Police notified and .required to_npresent
and other pertinent matters.It with Mr. Chance.A \'hitors'Honored "At" Luncheon Romesa have .been ..at the camp will be in Melrose Thursday. June I .Headquarter*. The said tity re- I &ny claims anQ demands which you.
suggested that full information Flour & rwently was thoroughly tested --r>r" tnc right to accept or re- or either of you may have againstthe
Birdsey
was letter from A Bridge Luncheon was held in for a 'few weeks; working part 13 in front of Robinson's Grocery ect any or all bid?. estate of Janw Avery Carswell
be provided after Feed Mills offering use of its during the weekend. Total attend- hQQ ,o .Mrs..Pouglas E..Kenne- time as Junior Counselors. from 1 til 4 p. m. City of Storke Florida' also known as Jane Hathcock Car.Yo' .-
which Council would take The private crossing with the G. S. & ance through June i4' for .the I IDlre.of Richmond. Va., at the Suzanne LaMee .flew to Pitts- B> *CAPO JOHNS 11, deceased, late of Bradford
Duplicate Bridge City Clerk County. Florida to the Honorable
[since last July 1 1 is now
matter under consideration. F. railroad tracks in an emergencywas year 1 1I home of Mrs.:Barnes Cook .Wed burgh, Pa.. last week to visit the 2t 6J1SJfOTICE Th ron A. Yawn Jr., County Judge
Mayor Beasley reported that ordered acknowledged and 130,059-well over..the estimated \nesday afternoon June 10. Dr. Dr. Paul Holl family.: She win return Melrose, Woman's Club Dupli- of Bradford 'County, at his office
Keystone total. cate winners! High : Miss : TO DEFENDla in the County Courthouse in Starke,
all local bills affecting were.
< I and.Krs iKennemore ,and daughter via with Dr. Florida
filed.Town : to Florida. auto Clrrmt oart. Bradford Cooatr, Bradford County within
Heights had successfully passed Clerk C. H. Haberstroh Calling All Boys And Girls have beemvisiting Mrs. Ken- i Holl's daughters Polly and Nancy, Iva Hfllyer and Mrs. Edith Larsen Florida: I. na.r,ry. eight months from the date oftaaiiiKt

the Legislature. The referendum reported that the bid of C & T Boys and girls between the nemore's parents Mr. and Mrs. ; second high, Mrs. Louise Glynn Pope, Plaintiff va. Bernice publication of this-notice.
{ for
who coming thenvaca
are Evans Pope, Defendant. Each claim or demand must be in
4 on extension of the town limits Gulf Service Station of $46 for agespf 8 to 16 years, who like 3uel.Hollowayr.on Lake iWinnott. I tion. Another. ,passenger in .the Logsdon and Mrs. Jean Kline- Case No. 12-750 writing and must state the placeof

will be held at the regular city two tires for the police car was living out of doors will surely be Luncheon guests were Mrs C. V.Brust ., car. will be Mrs. Margaret Tracy I II peter. Women do not have to be NOTICE TO APPEAR To: residence and post-office address
': Bernice Evans Pope whose residence of the claimant and must be swornt
,election. in December. the low bid received and that the interested in attending the Florida ,, Mrs'. ;Edith Tbornquist who will be returning home to 1 I members of the'Woman's Club to and address is: Edison Geor- I by the Claimant his agent or
The bills amending the city tires had been mounted and were Youth Conservation Camp at the Mrs. Harold Sutton Mrs. Herbert i,Keystone after visiting Pennsylvania play bridge. Everyone is: welcome. ""*. care of Ernice Peterson. his attorney or it will become >gid
.charter into next : Games start at 10 each Tuesday You are hereby notified that a recording to law.
will .effect Ocala National Forest. A number
go m service. Nelson Mrs. John Karges Mrs.' relatives..Dr. and Mrs.'Holland !suit for divorce has been filed Dated May t9.; A. D. Uri,.
Jan. 1. These provide..increases.in Councilman Williams reportedthat of Keystone boys and girls haveattl'nded J. A.. Williams and Mrs. .Huel the other children will be morning. against you in the above named William, T, B rford. Jr. As Administrator -
for the Mayor.and members motor had Chicken Court and cause and you are required c. 1. a. d. b. n, of the
pay replacement other years and enjoyedit Supper
a Holloway. ,
1 coming Keystone in a few.cays to serve a copy of your an- Estate of Janic Avery Carswell,
i of the .Town Council to $10 been installed in the garbage thorcughly. Camping 'fees will ;'Irs.. Dodd: Entertains I The-Christian Fellowship Classof s.vrror, pleading to the compalnt on also known as Jane Hathcock Cars-

.per meeting and "changing the truck at a cost of $350.56 for moor be $15 per week for members of AtMorning Party too.Miss Edith Cummer is back at 1' Melrose Methodist Church is Itt Plaintiffs Attorney. Cha R. well, deceased.
Hess, 206 Guaranty Life Building. First publication on: June t, 1959.!
termsof Mayor Tax Assessor and and parts, and $40 for in- the Youth Conservation Club Tuesday morning June y, Mrs.. her ,home at Park-of-the-Palms ponsoring' a'chicken dinner Friday Jacksonville 2. Klorida and file the To The Executor: Or. AdBtiabtratori
Tax Collector from one year to stallation. Williams also reported i vague of Florida and $20 per Fred Dodd entertained at her aStarke June 19 at' the Recreation original in the office of the Clerk The above notice must be pub-
after being a patient'in
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of th Circuit Court before fished In published
.two years. had been made for non-members. Joe home with Building at 6 will be on or a newspaper in
week Mrs. Price
that arrangements a Tupperware party. Nursing home for >a few weeks. p. m. In- 13 day of July 1959 otherwise hradford County. Florida once a
Permission was.given to Lawrence -:to install a street light at the intersection Daurer Chamber of Commerce Guests were Mrs.William'Magnus, We hope.she.will.soon.be feeling $1 for adults and$50 for children tinallegations of Mid Complaint week for four'(4> publications, and
LaMee to erect sign be- wil be taken as confessed by you. proof of publication {which will be
a of Nightengale and Cypress Secretary has all the information Mrs. Kenneth Cooper ,Mrs. Don under 12Everyone is invited. ,
her own chioper self again. This notice.shall be published once nrnished by the paper filed hi this
tween'the sidewalk and.the.front Streets as requested by Mr.Pr and prospective campers are Pangborn and Mrs. George ,(:Mr. and.Mrs. Al Watson are vacationing Miss Hflliard.:Mr.Royster Honored tach week for four consecutivei. rfflro___on!,,
of his new place of business with .*."._", tt.vw. I advised to'call her at 4331 for Schaeffer. Mrs. Dodd served her in" North Carolina. Al, Miss Marcia Hilliard and Kalpfi I .' tks in the Bradford County Tel. THEROX A. YAWN, JR.'

the provision that U it should The proposed Clay Electric dates eta.Masonic guests coffee punch sandwiches. Jr. is home for Summer vacation Royster were recently honored, .egraph.Dated this 4 day of June. 1959.OFFICIAL. County Judge 6.4; 4t (,SS

franchise was assigned to a committee Building Ready For Use and cookies. and looking after the store. Hewill with a shower given by Mr. and ( SEAL) -
t'ljUlLES A. DAP.BT.O
FROM ACHIROPRACTOR'S composed of Councilmen Starting:June.23, Melrose LodgeNo. :Mrs. Gilson Honored enter medical sChool this fall. Mrs. Ovid Gano recently. Miss I ..rk nt the Circuit Court. .OTlrF.FOR FOR TAX 4PPLirTIOV.DKKDSees.

FILE Dodd Beasley and Williams for 89 F. & ,A. M. will hold all Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh and Mrs. Ed"Wiggins and Frank VValratn Hilliard is soon to be married to By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk J94.1 F. S.

CASE R 158A. final checking and report. after Communications in the new Lodge Francis Egan were recent hos- ,Jr. are'enjoying extended tour Mr. Royster. Boys brought gifts NOTiCE TO DF.FKND(;ill 4t 7,2, NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN,

suffered for weeks which a special meeting will beheld Temple .Keystone ;Heights. All tesses at a Dessert-Canasta party :of.:Me. co. for Ralph and girls brought gifts I. TlrrBlt .....r.. Bradford County, that following Elaine certificates Colson the has holder filed of said th*
farmer .
Florida
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Chaneery.Margaret
to conclude the matter. Masons in this area are invitedto given in the Egan home on Lake- for Marcia. O. Tice. Plaintiff vs. Neil certificates for a tax deed to be
with a condition commonly known I ls ued thereon. The certificate
neuritis and bursitis. Becauseof The Town Treasurer's report .attend. the June 23 meeting. view Drive and honoring Mrs. ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL The group enjoyed barbecue V Tioe. Defendant iw!>rs. and year issuance, the.nun de.

.as stiffness in his neck and indicated a previous balance of .second-and ;fourth Tuesdays ]Marie Gilson who,is visiting her CHURCH, KEYSTONE grilled hamburgers and swimming. AQTICB TO APPEn CU'f.To No. 12-751 xcriptlon of the property and the
the _
and shoulders $4,429.54 income $1,975.37 credits of Jhe month are the regular daughter Mrs. Edward Thiele.I Rev. >M. iH.-.Breyfogle. Vicar The gift table was decorated Nell V. Tl ... whose reidence and names in which it was assessedare
his follows
in
,he pain could not arms rest at night. During SQOSO, disbursements ,31i8.63, meeting, times for ,Lodge No. 89. There were four tables of Canasta.: .Sunday-7c30 a.'m..,Holy Communion with an umbrella "bite.garden address You are is: hereby Unknown notified that a Certificate as No.: 42.

It impossible to be balance May 31, $3,306.78. ? Local-People SeeSelves In Movie First prize was won by Mrs..Ed- ; 9:30 a. m., Sunday as and red cannas. f-uit for divorce has been filed Year of Issuance 195$.
the day was Description of Property Com !I8ft
comfortable'in position. Mayor Beasley stated that he is .Tuesday i evening '.June 9. a win Dwyer and Mrs. Arthur Barn- School;.9:30 a. m..'Morning Prayer Those attending were Ray tuiainst; you in the above named E of NE Cor. "f Broadway
any. of the opinion that the, State Mathews and Pat Preston. Carl Court and cause and you are re- & Hoyt Sts. & N 105; ft. E
This examined by a group. met at Clay. Electric to ford won the door prize. .Mrs. and Sermon Holy Communioneach (ulr..l to ferve a copy of your an.wrr : run
was
man Road Department will repair. the view themselves in a movie n- .Hagglund and Kathy Miner Pa- to 5:!% ft. S 105 ft. W SJH fbi
Arthur Chapman who had recently i> or pleading the complaint on
first Sunday; 6:30 m..
chiropractor who found.a nerve p. to POB in Sec. 28 T. 6 S R. 2J
washout. on the Airpark road. titled "The Keystone Club Es- suffered two chipped bones in meet. schel Carr and Brenda McGuire the Plaintiffs Attorney Gerald R. E.AU .
Young People Building.
pressure in. the,neck was causingthe I Hart. :301 Smith Jacksonville -
trouble. The pressure was Councilman Terrell will: arrange tates Story,".This movie was made her wrist received not ,only the Holy Days-7:30 a. m.. Holy Gloria Morris and ;RIchard ,Fox 2, Florida and file the original Bradford.of said property State of in Florida.the Countyof

removed and the patient again for proper barricade and reflector several months_ago ,for the purpose ;- consolation prize but also the Gmmunion. David Williams and Lorraine Circuit in the Court office on of the or before Clerk the of the 13< Unless' such certificate or certificates -
.
enjoys good health.Chiropractic warnings protect the spot pend- .of interesting prospective ccnsolations of the other guestsfor Parish Supper each third Wednesday Fowler Ann and Floyd Baker day of July. 1959: : otherwise the a!- law shall the be redeemed described accordingto
Mr. and Mrs. A.. Hffliard.1. Mr. legations of said Complaint will M property in
ing repair. settlers in this.area. It was generally her handicap. 6:30 p. m. : such certificate or certificates wiU
has restored health Finance Committee Chairman agreed that anyone who CHURCH NEWS and Mrs. Gana, Ray Gano William 'aken as confefped by you. be sold to the nighest bidder at th*
Cniappini and Parker. This notice shall be published once court house door on the first Monday -
Kathy
in many so called "incurable Dodd again requested all depart- ;ees this :movie ..will be packing Communiy Church FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH cach week for four consecutive .In Month of July 1959. which
conditions." ments to present budget figureS iii suit case before they turn the Keystone Heights Community KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Safety Patrol Visits Atlanta \-tek' .in the Bradford County Tel Is the 6 day of July, 1959.

a;,promptly possible. 'ights back.,on.. Despite the fact Church held its daily Vacation The Melrose School Safety Pa- egraph.iMtnl this 4 day o' June 1959. Charles Dated A.thIs. IS day of May 1959.

Dr. H. G. Bellinger In other reports the Council 'hat.Lawrence: Boulevard was in Bible School this week from Mon- J. R. Smith .pastor. Raipn trol returned Friday after a weekin (OFFICIAL SEALCHAPJ.ES > Clerk of Darby.Circuit Court of Brad-

heard that: \ dismal condition at the time day through Friaay. The Sun- Copeland. Minister of Music and Atlanta as guests of.the Palate Aj DAnBY. Cord County. Florida
Chiropractic Offices Clerk of the Circuit Court. Name in which assessed Clyde W.
Old piling has been removed he movie wa .,.made, the town. day School picnic for the pupils church organist. Sheriffs -Department. They By Marian Lu Crosby Deputy Clerk Colson

426N., WsJnut St from Lake Geneva at yie foot of till: looks 'mighty) glamorous. and their parents will be held Services: Sunday School 9:4J' visited Stone ,Mountain Warm 6th 4t 72| 4t S/28 C'll'

Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor Jasmine Avenue. There are some fine sequences tomorrow, [Friday], at Gold Head a. m. -:MommgWorship.: 11 a. m. Springs Cyclerama Grants Park

Nothing has been heard from 'nade in the City Park and at State Park following the last 'session. Training Union 7 p. m. Evening. and other points of interest. They when needRELUBLE

728 E. University the State Roard Department relative Keystone Beach., We wish they :: services 8 p_ m. i went with other.,,Safety Patrol you

Phone 6-S2S8 Gainesville to speed restrictions at the had made a-few.shots of our nice Teachers in the school were: "Make church worship a family Boys of the surrounding areas. '

20 Years Experience First Baptist Church on Highway. school building.'and some of our Mrs. G. Raymond Starnes Deanof affair." Those taking the trip were
George Lisciotti Julian
100. fire churches. Fishing, swimming the School; Mrs. Gordon .Ad- Ashley GAS SERVICETHINK
St. wmJ:;m's Catholic Chapel George Allen John :
-- tennis. and shuffleboard are fine ems Mrs. T. J. Ha"\'es, and"Miss Allen George

DEPARTMENT STORE' but we feel that any family seriou -I; Linda Gail Moody teachers >of HKeystone Beighti Wodey Walter Wilson Lynn
KEYSTONE SunC1l.Y' 1as8 at 8:30 'a..m. OF
Stokes Bill Roberson Danny SLADE
Men's. Women's, Children's Clothing &.Shoes itself would consider the educa- Warren, :Miss Darlene Campbell Holyday :Mass at 7:00: a. m. Moore Richard Tomlinson and
Tuesday :Mass at 8:00 Richard Crews.
tional and religious aspects of a and.Miss Lee Townsend teachersin a. ,m.
SPORTS-WEAR A SPECIALTY community as well as entertainment the Primary Dept.; and Mrs. Confessions'before all Masses Summer Program Started TANKS FROM. 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
;BaptIsms marriaees and Instructions At Melrose
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WUliam
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Phegley, and Miss Dar PHONE',WO 43551LOCAL
: by appointment. The
summer recreation
t Activities For Teen-Agers! lr.ne Phegley teachers in the Junior program -

,Keystone'.Heiehts overflow- Dep:v Music was supplied by .. ;- under the direction of Dave
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ing with organizations civic, social Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh. vvvyyyyyyyyyyyyywy. .. Berber started this week at Mel- -
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and religious but to us two For the months of June July MELROSE4AA44AAAAAAAJU; rose High School. The boys from

KEYSTONE GAS. COMPANY of the nicest things that have and August Sunday School will 9 to 15 have been playing base- MANAGER FOR

happened in town are the Commu- be held at 9 a. m.. and Morning 4AA1.AAAAA.A ball and the older boys basket-

DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE nity Church Open House and Worshio will be at 10 a. m. Continued from Page 7) baU.tMore'boys are needed on the,

Teen Town. Both .are wholesome St William's Catholic Church baseball team and Mr. Barber Jim

Day I'hone OH IT OAC Nite phone activities with rules made by the Regular Tuesday morning Mass gineering and Industrial Manage- urges all boys in this area to par- Walter corp.

4351 dUrrUlfy > 2582 young members themselves. Thisis was net held at St. William's this ment. ticpiate. Also needed is a man to

-. an excerpt from the rules week, due to'the: Forty Hours De. ,Mr., and Mrs. Lowell Muldrow work with the_basebaU team.

"Teen Town is operated on a votions in ,Starke at St. Edward's of .Darlington, S. C. visited in Any maninterested should contact '

COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost demerit system Any member St. William's choir under Melrose recently. Mr. Barber. "World's Largest Home..Builders"WILL ;

disobeying any. of the rules will the direction of Mrs. Gladyce. ;MIss Betty .Wheeler of Live Monday, .June 22, at 10 a..mt \ I

Complete Line of House Heating Equipment In North, receive: a demerit. Two demerits Bachmann furnished the music Oak is visiting Sen. and Mrs. J. a meeting organize a'lifesaving '

will mean suspension for at for the Devotions at St. Edward's, E. Cross 'and children: course win be held at the school.It BE \iH STARE) i
Florida. If fou Plan to Add Heat This WInter See Us First. is to .
open 15 :
least singing anyone over yearscf
one a High Mass
month or more if Coun; on Sunday, >Mrsj' Dock'Tison and children ,. '
cil deems best ." No gambling, Monday: and Tuesday mornings;. attendedgraduation exercises age. EACH THURSDAY
One of tEe Later this summer women's
highlights a
drinking -.of thQ
rough-housing or fight-
last r:week at the' University of
ing will be cti'di" Moraine Softball team will be organized.
allowed and equipment Service was art Florida 'Mrs. Tison is a 'former AT
3 BEDROOM HOME: must be caredfor. Our hats "Ave Maria".sung byMrs.: Estelle graduate of:tfhe University.

are off to Father Breyfogle and icbpa and: Mrs. Pat PawI kowski. jMiss ,Mary .Lou Owens and TRINITY EPISCOPALCHERCIL.MELROSE
This well built well kept home has 3 bedrooms living .
Rev. Holt for their interest in the Members of the Bt WDflams cath: friends'Tennessee visited, Sen. STARKE HARDWARE CO.
room, dining space, one and one-half baths, all electric G'JC Club Rev.: M. 'H. Breyfogle Vicar
young .folks of KeystoneHeights. and the 'Altar-
Society and. Mrs. J. .E;'Cross and family
kitchen, extra large screened porch 5 good bearing Duplicate Evening Changed kept all-day vigil at..the Exposition -I lecently. Sunday 0 a. In. Sunday; 12:30..P..M. ;'OG: OP.M. I

citrus, pretty lawn in town centrally located. $9750. The Duplicate Bridge Club will of the Blessed Sacrament I :Mrs.oMaryPearsall and Mrs. School; 11:15 a. nu Morning

Financing.,arranged if desired. > <, meet during the summer on ?n Sunday. ;. I Dorothy .Scully: and 'boys1 of Or- Prayer and' Sermon Holy Communion .

'hursday evenings rather than First Baptist Church ;I I lando'spent the weekend.in'Mel- each,first.Sunday]r 7:30 For Appointments Call

:Mondays. At the June 15 meeting Vacation Bible School is being p. m. Young People meet. ,
S. E. M KAY ;: I
REALTOR Louis :Mrs. rose.Rev. Holy Days-r-10 a.m., Holy Com JACKSONVILLE :7-1141
Kyle and Lou hpld this week .,at .First,.Baptist and Mrs. B. Ray Stedham miinion. I } -EV Collector

ise Logsdon held high score while Church. Attendance, is excellent. and.tron. John left -Mondav' to
Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2031: 4151 :Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles Commencement Exercises will be wnd.the week with her mother STARKE WO 4-5311

Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 were second high. bcld Friday evening ,June 19, InJ'e Mrs.;Homer Waters of Fitzgerald, -
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,Home Demonstration News t. Church Auditorium at 7:30. Ga r wAuii // Ifa A Quality Home .

cJ.iy"Cpunty. ,"Home.Demonstra- The Adult Choir of the churchis Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Prugh and If A Jim 'Walter Horn?
tionv Agent 4-IL.QirlsMeader to..sing 'at the :First .
and
; Baptist baby of Jacksonville' and,'Major '
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HOME ON airs. Nelson Church in Gainesville J\itLRY'
YOT" Margaret recently on Thurs-
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; and Mrs., B. J. Prnrti and children OTHER OFFICES: .
ann6unced,.the.'iiaa es.of'th& 4-H -iav evening [this evening] at
Saturdav with tbPir
.sWnt
bitJ$.,.who Jiave., satisfactorily '7:45: p. m. OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA
WATCHES I II
NO mothpf..IJ1'\d ctpD-fSJ-fher. Cot andTr DIAMONDS
MONEY DOWN completed,their year's: project and First Baptist Church .

.. .... are eligibly to,attend Cherry:Lake Sunday service.sas.usual.at..tne \ ,L. M. Pofl rfl! REPAIRS v __ _

By: Toney Builders, Inc. LOWBox Camp.:the,::week,oH-July;,13..,Let- I Church this Sunday June 21. Our 1trr. GptfTtJnp VAO'Vt'Itrt ,,M Mr. All Work'GuaranteedA. 1 7 -i .i-i __
White of B '
lOn" .l\f"FI\1A" J.*nJ> -
14' 9" 5. aastor ; I 4 .
106; UP ters.Rwitb.l.fuUlnstfuction' Rev. J. R. Smith will -
: vista Va. A"" vUitinqr .their -
,coup Williams
Fla.AS ;? t, been sent"to. ,.'.those.,.girl&. The 1 preach at both services. '; .
Green : See
Bowling w Your'JAfKSONVILLFPAHR
-' ip. Mr J PopmlLMrs. :
'0'f)" Charge. is.,$8 for the.we. ,.and a The,Men's Choir will sing again 142 W. Call St.
I. w :>f''"racfcpn "nd :rfl5!
o physical examination,is...required; Sunday evening June 28. Starve, Fla.
n"' diiqlflpr.rtn. .
1mrt A1'\d
'. [transportation..wflLhe by'school St. Anne's Episcopal,Church brnmv I
i : \ of fharlottp, N. C areipiipctc Formerly Roberts Jewelry
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I bus. which Keystone ,youngsters Thetfollowing,young people will .
:
Ii i fli board at Starke,It is.important I 1 be going to Camn Weed this summer .1"rn4'1" of Mr. "M Mrs. -- --- __ .

'-. that .interested..persons,send I : Frank.Nooney Jc, qee.pDee, ', 'T> Cb'o'y'nf: pnrt fatnilr. ULEie&------T-----l. IXOTICao \
< FA a'1 fOhnrf -
4Ont4.\4'1': ATh'n
their $8 directly to Mrs. Nelson. :Hardenbergh. 'Dianne Brokas', 't' A \%OOXEDJlqTOR JKHICJ.E COMPAREOUR
-o". 'Ol"rtv'Rnd ''Tp-o Chtfhn"rh'c' Notice i* hereby.',{riven' that !.<, P
immediately. Volunteer leader ,Alec- Livingston. Bob Jackson M
I). Reddish, as Sheriff 'of &radford
.. Mrs. Francis Egan Phone 37331is J Nancy ,O'Connor.. Darlene CamP- mending their va- County Florida. ndeL"land> by virtue USED: CAR PRICES
,'.f4d.Ti;fn..1w''r fI. of a certain order issued
out
arranging for physical examinations 1 bell and.tefan Brokas.. ,
.,Mr R. *F O mo of Prnnkrpncl of the County Judge's Court of
for these youngsters by The {f..reguIarmpntbly parish Bradford County Florida on June
he County Physician. supper was i held r last. evening : ;VT. and Mrs., M.rhridren ... Ojlno"M '.. 19S9. wDl"1Ie1l.at public Bate the rWeSdI, (ne.Tp.fiye
.ltan4oaed'lnotor
vehicles ,herein
of Rt. Anemtine .
at the -
S I The following! girls have .satisfactorily Wednesday O'Connors afterdescrlbed to the highest bidder .
completed:their projects: Iome on,- Keystone. Lake.' There i vitPff; Mr., pj. 'Mr: OvM Gan" for cash, said "vehjpiesbelo&. ( 4

Dianne Brokas Dee:Dee Harden- was also swimming some, and .an' \f amn*>Frrtav} Tif!ernoon.I described One 1959 as Chevodet: 2 door.' seden:. tEa h:Pay

"\ bergh Carolyn: M. Hayes Jane movies.for alL I Mr. 'and is.' .'AndrpW P" p motor no. HA1I2810T5
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This Lovely 2 BedroomM del $1945 McMurtry, Margaret Muir Dolores Personals ------,. T)'ir V .toent *>>"/wpojrend vicftfnv One 1950 Packard 4 door sedan.,
ser. no. 2j$2T14924 "
Murrhee Linda Oglesby. S. McKay.is ,visiting-coudrls A'M''q n Kpri**. '!1t". and Mrs. One 1949' Ford Z door s r. no OVER

(Without Carporte) t.a1T PheglTT.! Carolyn Purdy. in Mississippi. He left last Wednesday ("', nrglO ThjnV "ti)ft*mt.M S J3&Z13S3.One'14S fv] : ,40 MODELS:: '
Ford 2 door sedan .
Leola Ridaught Roberta Sit>ley, afternoon. ,. T Pt'P.vo.ct?;' _nrt ,hflrtrpnSanrinu no.-S8BA-74517 ser. ]

:Many Models to. Choose From Write for Free Folder Nancy ,Sutton. Lee Townsend Mrs. Frank Ilgen spent four "D" and Walter nf One un Buick Roadmaster ser. "

N nna. Valdejulli Carol Wolf days of last week in Orlando Pw' Orlear*...La. ,arrfv*d "*!
Aiy Place Florida Same Low Price Barbara: Ann Wheeler, Ruby taking a course in Real Estate/ v-ppktrycfth \. mmrt'h; twelve o'clock noon -on ',)twa}"; ... .. .
Etb J.ne 29. J9ri9'at the Ea't door of
Lane ..Smith.- William J. Mann, work.. After she takes-and pass.. Mr "S9st's mother.t1elrsb
the B'ra.clforcl.C'
:, >UE.ty Coart.. .. JIous
ird Billy Phegley. cs-her examination she win be a K. JfA!''e.rl In StatFloridaT. ; '

(XO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) Miss Sandra Reese has been licensed realtor. nf Mr.Pethhnrnw'or ",..f... tJ1'"T1n P.Bradford D. Reddish County."Florida"Sheriff I : BILLYBOWLING

ppointed assistant Home Demonstration ,Mrs. George,Schaeffer and two ""If, f'vnflv tm' '"
Local Representative ...."...-...,. ., ',........,f J'ooc,_'D,, .... 2t 1:18;
Agent. 'as of July 1. daughters Mary Ann and Martha,
Miss Reese is a June graduate of Jane were luncheon >guests ,of Wesley., and ,rETarai '.of Bam- \LLFOR BIO! 1
Sealed
fAt Bids Win Be. Received Py
?; ; p.: fmwHighway : Florida State University. Jackson- Mrs. Charles Hager in Doctor's M1rlq.. C.4.. Mr., ...bd iPMI. EnTV The City Council Of The- City Of
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'" nlle is! her home but she will re- Inlet last Wednesday. 1: nn. lt1! r. fitflafnearffle. Starke. Florida.-.ArThe City Halt : .
and', J. T. Dority and la Starke Florida Until 7:00
21 Phone 4123. :*i ein Green Cove Springs. Miss :Mr.and Mrs Bill*Siprelle were ')'cIock P. )[.. On Tcesday. Jnly 7.
., -V :J ( Reese will Join the, other County in town on Sunday** eningvis1tIt u re.* Nancy JWmgate of*.SoathQ Al D. 1939. At Which TimA-And-

'KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.'i Arenas and Lpaders for the Campat '. the Chuck ,Newmans.> :their '*. liarAll OpenHI Bids Received And R-ad Win Aloud tPabHcly Across 'Street From Setzer's i

'" Cherry Lake. July 13. With daughter. Mary Jo*,visited her 1pni JI of ,!r. *M Mr M. J. On The,EollowIng'rwov : .. .t

If You Don't See Us, We'Both Lose Money I I the new school year she will assist friend Darlene Campbell...while nY'th1 week ar* Mrs. E.
-__ : County Agent Margaret Nel Mike spent the evening with':his lL- Siddons and daughter Mrs. : with a minimum: of 200 h.p. _. 1-
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KINGST>EY LAIN Level CbHTeh..Suaday. T.;E.J3fown. and uncle aunt in Gainesville: with Nell Williams. Orlando are the parents, of a son Robert Cox and children.

MJ8SI01UX'BA.I'J'IJJf' R. L, JixOE. of- Winter vHayeni5 :Mr. andvMrs.: EmoryrSrown* for, ,Miss Barter ll!atc ett spent bom Monday, June, 8. in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gittmansereraatweeks.
Su.Tday Senoo 9:45:: aJH. Mom- a guest, thisa'eek, of Julius Ko- \ J last weekend visiting in St. Pet- This is their first child. .Mr. and cf Richmond Va.. visited on Wednesday

ng ***Tshlp il a-m. Evening watch Jr. c:,.'W.'Slade'' visited '?were, with ersburg/ Mrs. H. F. Jones of Hampton! are and Saturday last week

CHURCH NEWS Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetiar Mrs Lavonia GpffU is visitingher his parents.'Mr..and,Mrs. Lester r Glenn Layfield. grandson of the grandparents. here with Mr. and Mrs. K B.

.'each Wednesday 7:3Q p.m. E ery. sister in Groveland this weei. Slade this week, on turloagh' :from Mrs. Nora Layfield is on a threeSundaY visitors here with Mr. Watterson. Mr. Gittman is Mrs.Wattersoa's .
i ne welcome. H. H. J Ott,
-Key. Ft. Eustis, Va. brother.
oastor.Am Sunt'ayisit rs of Mr. and Mrs. I months trip to Cuba for the sumand Mrs. Vernon Forsyth were
Cecil Rowe were Mr. and Mrs..A. ,Mrs. V: J. Slade and..Mrs. Ver- mer. He is the son of Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morrison Aaron WJUliams. USN. stationednos

PARK. B.\PTIST CBTSCH. W.. %own, her sister Emma Jo Slade spent""Friday :.of last Mrs. Charles Layfield of Gaint'Sof Galnesvill'! in Jacksonville aboard tne Carweek -
and children. Lamar and Jean in Jacksonville I vide, who Miss Connie cf Gainesville visited here last weekend
were Sunday visitors Sweeney Essex
At The Tabernacle St. Mark's Episcopal Sunday School 9:45a, m.; Morning rer
Hall' of Gainesville.: Mr and Mrs Mr. and
m.. Amelia Williams .spent from here with his mo tier. with his parents
11 Training several days
--- Worship a. : is spend-n
I Ber. Raymond C. MacBlaJn i I
I Calvin Hall of Hampton and Mr. *.
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Several new members were added Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship ,:and Mrs. Car} Brown and family.Mr. Monday, :. to Saturday. 0 last. week Mr. and Mrs Fred. Jones of.here this week with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Williams.:
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to the Bible School at The Tab- I Sunday Services 9:45 am, : 8:00 p. m. Midweek] Prayer =;
Church School; 11:00 am., Morning -! Service Wednesday 7:30 D-
; p.
einacte services Sunday morning.Rev. Prayer and Sermon. Everyone welcome. and Mrs. T. R. Brian rT I:[

C. M. Nissen of the Jack- | Holy Conynunion-First Sunday and family visited. in Lake City '

sonville Seaman's Institute I 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday CHURCH OF CHRISTC. Sunday. I

brought four young German sail-'i,7:30 Wednesday a.m. -7:00 p.nu Choir Sunday. L. ; Overtoil- sunaay JrT School Minktec, 10 and Rev.family and>, Mrs.have, returned Orville Brookins from a THE l CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CRURffl I'i I Ii i t tb

ors here Saturday to view the Practice, ; 7:45 p.m., Litany apd a. m., morning service. 11 a. m.. vacation in Americus, Ga. and 1,1,
famous painting and, while here,I Bible Study.IIAMPTOX evening service, 6:30 p. m. Tennessee.

tney also saw! the antiques displayed -: There will be no Griffis Loop ,
in the German Prisonerof BAPTIST CHURCH NORTH RIME n?is published for the "next two Ii IiIi
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War Chapel. Though not able Welcome to First Baptist' i iI BAPTIST CHUJWt! weeks because I am going- on vacation 4A *
to speak English! !" except through Church Hampton I Sunday School 10 a. rn. MofAtng : visiting friends and rela- Ii

an interpreter they were appreciative I Sunday-Sunday_ School 10 a. Worship, 11 a. ra. Tralnluft'Jnion. tires in Kentucky and Indiana.HAMPTON. _
of the opportunity and the I m.: Morning Worship. 11 a. m.; !| 6:3u: p. m. Evening Wor: .

courtesy shown them. Training Union. 7 p. m.; Evening. i shjp.} 7:30 v., 'm. Prayer Mcetln, rn.... .....VV'!Vyy.rir i p f t I II II II IIR

Worship 8 p. m. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Kyryoggwelcome. y h < r I I

EVERGREENBAPTIST Wednesday-Prayer meeting 8 : .- Rev. H. R. Carter I ,\ I
CHURCH p.m. j Pastor. !.

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Pastor Rev. W. McElroy.. I I
B.t M.D.. E. lam I : ,
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: HIU'AY CHAPEL
II "
p. m. Preaching 7:3 Meeting. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. C'HUFCH G. )(. Osborae, Pa.tof.. I Iii

Wednesday Bible study, 7-30 Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship Sunday School 10 m. Morning I Brannen Dies I iil
In Lake Butler
p. m.LAUTET. Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serve Worship" 11 a. m. Evangelistic ,
:
leral'smices iii:
i p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday F'l Mount were Monday f ) II
at Zion Swift Creek Primitive !
CHURCH OF CHRIST I Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. weekly prayer; service. In rita- Baptist Church Lake 'Q 4 II:
near
(presently meeting in City Hall tion extended! to everyone. ,
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a m.. HEILBRONN MIO: brother of J. J. Brannen of Hamp- .
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worship 11 a. m.EveningYoung. BAPTIST CHURCH PENTECOSTAL HOLBilSS i ,
people's Bible Sunday Schoo, 10 a. m- Morning CHURCH TOIL 4 W o' '".-Id'. W. I;
study. 7: preaching 7:30. I!I Worship., 11 a. m. Evening Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn Mr. Brannen died Saturday, .I. ''i I'!
June 13, in a Lake Butler hos- In \ I tI I IY It Iwo
Wednesday-Bible; study, 7:30p. Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange ,
m. Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- listic services. 7:30 p. m. pital. He was' born in. Bradford. I

Radio program- Station Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Wednesday: Prayer Meeting County. / W j jY
WRGR, Monday, 6:3p a. m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p. m. Surviving are three daughters. differoof 1 !
Mrs..W. C. Hodges and Mrs. Ret-

GRAHAM! HIGHLAND tie Mae Earrhh, both of Lake ./ I ,I
St. Edward's Catholic Chprc \!: -
BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH Butler, and Mrs. Mable Waters, ; 1
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Sunday school, 10 a. m. Mom- Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Starke Florida Jacksonville; two sons. Granvil Ilgbt ,' : ,i r
11 a. m. and Sunday Mass; at 10 a. m. '\' .,
lug Worship 11 a. m. Training Morning Worship ,W.. Jacksonville and Everett L., ,
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Masses at 8:30 & i
each Holyday : a. m.. I
Meeting
Union, 6:30 p. in. "Ver.ir.r Wor 7.3p0 m. Prayer ; Lake Butler; one brother, Jesse ,
ship, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bry- Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. 5:30 p. m.Weekday. j:I .,., Hampton; 16 grandchildrenand I
Mass at 8:00
: a. m.
Everybody i
ant. George Chasm pastor. 18 great-grandchildren. Raleigh I
pastor. Confessions Saturday 7 to !
welcome. : 81 Brannen and Preston Nettles I
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH P. m. j of Hampton are nephews and ,
Baptisms, marriages and Instructions NOR '"
BOATDRAIN 'Mrs. THE: CHURCH ALL
Billie is
Paul W. Murray. pastor. Seven Vames a niece. FOR T1HE .
ALC
miles south of Starke on S. R. 100. I BAPTIST CHURCH; by appointment! : WMUiCIRCLES,,)MEET to'j j I'I'T '
Eight members attended the !. Qiural it die reatnt r cl<< ;
Sunday School 10 Wor- :
a.m.: School, 10 am. Preaching CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday forte fcfildmtW character lwj 1 1I
Thursday afternoon. June tir i
ship service, 11 ajn.: Training I 11 aJn. Young People's Sunday School, 10 a... m..: Morning I.meeting 9od,auare+hip. It m\a ilonham*I.t t
i )1, of the Marie Wisner Circle, !
Union 7 p.m.: Evening worship. 8 Meeting. 6 pjn. Evening Service Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday ."mkaleabJt1 'tdrOUfauronTCl.rd! .., I I
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WMU the
at
Hampton Baptist
p.m.Wednesday 7:30 p.ra.-R. L. Lee Pastor. Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB I I I i she I r d rocaq .or'Ieihcale. sae )'I''
Prayer meeting, Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m church. r 100.... bar art four touat! ,eao_* How often, when Dad would finish reading the :
7:30: pjn. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: g. niLAWTTT The program, "Fostering Youth ..hjr errpfarlr an Fa+ a should ahead>trk x* Bible, he would hold the Book gently i$ his hindf and I
Organizations," was presented by a. Exeryone welcome. SAINTS i ian
LATTER DAY Mrs. W. P. McElroy, program : (1) Forlhn own M'.C. (2) FVJW.cV.Urr. I used to wonder what he saw-what vision against. II
In old Sunday School, 10 a m. Morning II
each Sunday .'. '
Services chairman. uU. (J.F. die.ule of JU the setting sun!
"Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Worship, 11 a m. YPEj Service General meeting of the WMU c_*\''.'.. (4) For dre! .4ikef And once I blurted the tremendous question
Madison (flay school 1". a m. Sacrament Saturday. 7:30 p. m. will next'Wednesday evening. t the diarch itself vjfml .reJa' hitmoralami Daddy, can you see God?" ill I I
tag .
Street
Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel : aa!j.l I support. Pisa Sto jotfjularly He kept on gazing off into space! but a smile crossed Ihi 1
"at follow
June 24. night, :
HOSPITAL : family chnh .aidjica.you t]Biblcy his lips. d,II
Baptist Church come. ADJlSsross'I ing prayer meeting. The Virginia lady ":\0, son, a man doesn't see God! He feels God. ili
CHRISTIAN The following: patients were admitted ,-.I Fane Circle meets this week: on '\. And then he looks out his window and sees the world I 1','
(900 Block W. Madison St.) HAMPXOX. to Bradford County Hospital -, Thursday evening at" 7:30, p. m. 4 Oar loot .1 Qtavenea' iq a different light." Ij I I
CHURCH at the church.V f: w I grew up to discover what he meant. His Bibl I
during last week !c.J N t-' II
Services Each Lord's Day 10 : ..lark .I his Church his convictions have become mine. And
Sunday Bible School, a. B.S Starts Nut Week sw. .dr .;.- s x.12 i IITv.dar
Inez Frances Addison of Rai- ..; Mark J I 1-1 Yo when I look at the world it's through Dad'swindow. '
11 m.;
Sunday School 9:.Jj AJL m.; Morning Worship a. ford Lmda Estef TiSchran "of Vacation Bible School at Hamp- .."" ..- Mark -> I. 2.S-34 ..1', II'II'Jq
Evening service 7 P. m., and Prayer T6andaM.ck Z a..f.1 !fFndu
Morning liorship-11:00 AJVI. at 7:30p. Jacksonville.: Hattie L. Breser ton Baptist Church opens on Fri- Mark 5 7 :1I.r.: One day my son will grow up .
meetns every Tuesday Thomas F. Gaskins Jr. of Lawtey, day next week June 26. at 9 a. Saturday Mark 10 4-5Z \\I'

Training Union 6U; P.M. m. John White, pastor. Oleita Virginia Crosby of Rai- in. for preparation;' day, to, register i,,;' \

Evening Worship 8:00 P.M. ford Mildred L. Payton of, Keystone children. and arrange classes -
PRATER MEKTING FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Heights. Robert Craig Dor- for the five-day: school the following !..: ; Ct+T''t>>''***.K...,.,U.SnWcc.Se,-- .v.. I III

Wednesday 7SQ PJI. LawteyA. pastor tch Cornelius L. Scholl: Alene : week, June 29 to July 3. II
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Massey All children from 3 through 13 ... .
Padgett Mosley of Middleburg. I'
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y ,3 f
school, 10 a. m. Ii
Bible
Nursery Open For AH ServicesA William Stewart O'.Connor: of are invited, to attend the school, r IIy i
Preaching, 11 a. m. W' .i-t:. ,. .
Cordial Welcome ExtendedTo Evening Service, (7:30 p. m. Keystone Heights, Wijliam: Edwin _- Pastor W. P. McElroy said with : ; oY .. .....3..... I
classes from beginners throughthe
Baker
All Who Will Worship With Bible Study and Prayer Meet Jr. ofr Keystone '
efchtsVosrar junior The Bible school
Rich of Keystone age.
Us. ing. 7:30 p m., Wednesday.Radio 8 to 830.; a. Heights Patsy Agnes Tyre.. KlousL. will run each day from 9 a. m. to These Vital Messages Sponsored As A' Public Service l'I''I'I

J. H. Mabry\ Jr., Pastor program Harrell and Vida Mae Bonnett 12 noon and anyone wishing I
11. each Sunday over !action.. of Waldo. transportation,for children should 0- I I

r A'RGR Starke.: Colored admissions were: Hen- contact Rev. l'JcEJfowho will j

." I ry Hill of Waldo. Fannie S. serve as principal. I GASOLDE 1 JOHN A. TORODE I
Refreshments will be served GREASE IiI
Otteal of Waldo,.and Mary Foote ''
FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke Poole of Green Cove Springs. each morning and flannelgraphtalks FUEL OIL U DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENELUBRICATION
and singing will >t>e includedin ; ,

YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY .Y Y..t each day's schedule. The clos- MINERAL
Rev. Lewis p. Haines, Pastor +ng,program will be on Friday j

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of, Town GRIFFIS LOOPBy evening, July 3, when all classes I OILS SPIRITS ,
will take part and handicrafts .
Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium. WO 9-2301. will be on view. I
Verble Aoders .
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; Personals' FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDESFOR
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. ......4.. .... ...... Sgt. and Mrs. H. W. Wolfred ==

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:t5 P.M. I Mr and Mrs. Church and family ard Hampton children with have Mr.been and Mrs.visiting G. in F.I KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL Ii I'J'

Midweek Service -. Wednesday 7:30 P.M. and Mr. and Mrs. Borge Davison Wolf red ST., and Mr. and Mrs.G. .
of Jacksonville and Mr. and F. Wolfred Jr. and daughter.The Madison! and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke! Fla. I :i

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Mrs. Dorsey Byrd were recent, H. W. Wolfreds are being
guests of Mrs. Mary Brown ,and ,. .
transferred from El. Paso, Texas, II
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Mrs. Rachel Sa.:;ser, and attendedthe to Arlington. V.a. -
Brown-Judd wedding at Pine
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman
I and children of Camp Blanding W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO BRADFORD COUNTY II

were supper guests of Mr. and :

Mrs. Marklee Norman 0'and family. Mayor of.Starke... Associate Store TELEGRAPH i ,

NEW HOMES Saturday Mrs. L,A.evening.Halt grand) instructorof I'f p

District 8, OES, was honorecat I
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Bfl. OES? meeting in Micanopy GEM '
on Tuesday evening: last weefc I "
Furniture Co. Sam
Mr. and Mrs. ,Hall attended a Denmark + Rosenberg & Son

covered dish_ supper in Gainesville! Of StarkeEDWARDS' JEWELRY'New and Used I
on Monday evening given by:thep Furniturei Iii
AND LOTS st matrons' association. OES. -. N. L. WOODBURNJ I

Mr and Mrs. E. L. Birt a.nd.> -
sou 'W"ereaeekend visitors in '
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Tahipa and St. Petersburg. last
: week. & J FARM, HOME:
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Chester of, I

FOR SALE i Virginia. W. Horne moved house Monday recently into theJ. vacated Grocery and Market Building Supplies, Inc. And A.qto Supply ''I'II

| bj Mr,, and Mrs. M. R.
,[}{Uiner. Mrs. Chester is a sister a. ;
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of. H. P. Jones of Hampton. -
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I Sunday visitors of Mr. and ]
IN Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr. were Mr. Community State Bank HARDY BROTHERS BROWNLEE' II

and Mrs. Carol Gnann of Middle- .I
burg. and Kelly of Starke. ,

PAR WOOD ESTATESPratt Jim Adkins, .hag, returned. ta ..
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Hampton after a month's visit II 1
in Miami.j Mrs. Adkins remainedin -- I

Miami for an extended visit. WARREN'S I
Here this week with Mr. andMrs. I Grocery and MarketLAWSON'S '
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Westmoreland' and Jefferson Streets --
B. X- Saxon from Pompano Shell Station Berber Shop
are Mrs. E. C. Morris, Mrs. Mabel ;
Starke Florida ,,Hague. Sue Morris and Benny
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Saxon. Mrs. Saxon told'"of the i I
death Friday\ at Eustis of James i ii

Maxwell Bjerly. 81, a brother of

PHONE; WO 4-2111 Mildred! : Byerly who formerly liv- i GIB' BROWN'S GUY ANDREWS TERWILLEGARI I

4 ed.'at.the, crossroads near Hampton. : MOTORS :

Another sister Mrs Olga Service Station Real Estate I
OR WO 4-8681 I Walker of Colorado.'has visjtechere i "Y our Authorized Ford Dealer I !
with he Saxons many times. J JI. !'I I I IIII

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rlttt ttttytttttyVRtttfTtlI Mr, and. Mrs. James. 'Billiard -and, I Henry "Thornton, ''Mr. and ..Mrs.Les r :..P.mnnira..m.. .r., morning: service was Eternal Marriage -,and thank him ver* much
-.-' ReV7 and' MrS. j Miss Dorothy March oar com-
McClellan. *
: ; familyMr. and Mrs. J. B.v Gaskins -
Earl J HIM HILL We late to church\inanity more risiteu foils hi thi3nejgholhoo1la
tEY Moses.RevvJoeMartin were getting
Mr. IIJld.
lL. .,and. family': Mrs:! ,
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week
t C. P.'Mfles and daughter, :Mr. 7 i 7L I.I I. Sunday night because of a misunderstanding -
Earl Starling and.family.:Mr.and Jimmy England cut his heel
and Mrs. N."C.JM.ottl.Mrs. Sarah ..hyjtrs..J. ,I..lltrlckl sm
I about who was to
T. P@tck Mis. Luther ,HIlliard and family;! test week. We hope it is better
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B7lKn'; Joyce Starling, ''Mrs. Nancy'.lKeene: 1
: rick us up. Mr. Stnc&and is tiring -
Mrs. R. C. Keene and
and
Mr. && A & && &&kAAA
Misses ''Mae Phillips and I + u A&t. i
Ola
'.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiBUUatds the lectures this week. He now.Mrs.
lIMY' amllYMr. and 'Mrs. Jason C. ..Nellie Wilkersoa has been
Frankie'Wainwright.. and the AlIten '*Highland Sunday School was started Sunday night and we had < ,
Hilliard and family. Mr. and Mrs 44P.taOMc4 .
,,, + Observe 50th Hart family. tfless net,w11 attended on the sick list for a few days.
; Sunday. Many a wonderful meeting. Rev. Chism
Bernard B. Rosier and family
'Wadding' Anniversary, .! .:and.Mrs.'Hilliard have 27 t- had 10 at We hope she has improved. -
'- I Mr. and'Mrs. VanIs. Hi: Keened: ". ., gone homecomings has promised that if the churchis .
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard family.,Mr. and Mrs. Claude. HillI grandchildren and one- great. I ;We."S: other churches. The. Juniors won full that he will sit on the .
,. hastenby : for
Bible
Wherein the to each of our children
50th wedding anniversary..with grandchild. the attendance ,banner. There
i a family dinner at lor: and ,son, Mr. and Mrs. Law- Roger ,Padgett, .Is,. v;: ting. his I. I have company tend my Christmas.comfort in I have Bible found for great were eight in the Adult Ladies turn prove) it.
the dead. Ising my many
their-.home on Sunday June 14.dose ton Crawford. Mr. and Mrs Alex aunt, 'Mrs. 'Billie Carr of Tall garden and help bury a' class..Rev..Chlsm's. The homecoming at Clay Hill WHY PAY ,RENT!
I I have
found had to
a song of. Summer. i. years. subject for the '
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.' ;; :enjoying the affair withMrwandMrs.Hilliard Dyal and family Mr. and Mrs. J1.% see. And should my soul be torn little booklet for daily references was; well attended. There was so I

) .were .Mr.I Jeff Byrd Mr,. and .Mrs.. Arthur Miss Arthurine Blanchard, of with grief and to help me with prayers. so happy to ..remembered. mach ffxl provided that even after I WILL BUILD HOME

,and Mrs. Marshall Mott and sons, Snyder and family Mr. and Mrs. .Jacksonville" .s the., weekend Upon my;shelf I findA "Upper Room Is a good one and This is now my fourteenth a1'. Had eaten there was much

l guest of hersister., -Miss Qiza little volume torn.and,thumbed can be found in the.h"l1] at lots summer in ,Nebraska. So many ,eft over. ON YOUR LOT -

JJJpt'hard.} They visited Mr. and I of churches: "Today' ,is another changes have come about, out Rev. Taggard and Rev. Jones .

,14risJRB: : D1 .-.at their Kingsley .For.comfort,just designed.I i I put out by the Presbyterians. I here.and.in good old Florida. I am tailed on the Strickland's one day -.No Down Payment -
Lake home Sunday,afternoon. use both in my devotionals. Wegrow Thinking perhaps I would not jtst week. .
I The kind of Mc-and.Mrs.Daniel.Massey and take my little Bible down know TONEY HOME BUILDERS,
; in grace or we fall back- how.to find my old school Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Carter ,
son'of;;Naples are spending their And read its pages o'er ward. We never stay at a.stand .at .eta!.Hill,now and the pupils are living and working at the Inc. :.
of rnind orr vacation And when I part from it I find
i Rev.
with .
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I .peace t! llisaparents; still. The world' with sin presses would all be hi1 ren' of those Highland Zoo. They have been
and Accident and Mrs. A. E. Massey .and. her Iam stronger than before. on all sides. "Let.your hair,down" I.. ught. I would like to know there for some time but we did.;. Contact RAY FORTH
r .Sickness l 'atherMr.' Adkins 'of Heilbronn.Mr. -Edgar A. Guest. "
1 they say and tell a dirty ,story. tbem.and ,would love them as I net mention it because we did not
I ajd Mrs.,R. &. ee..a.nd .A Bible is a nice gift for.Christmas I have no desire for such. We did their,Mothers and .Dads. know it. I PHONE 4123
plan gives.YOI; 'amjly. were,recent. guests his'I or most any occassion forthe should AJjappy.
.keep our minds on lovely summer to you all and Lee Moore remembered us with
mother Mrs. Clemrriie;.Le of young. I gave my grandchil- God Keystone Heights, Fla.
: : .. and pure? things to be happy. bless jrou every one. two bautiful fish that he caught
provideTyocrfamily
Our LSickness 'and Accident insurance Enigma.'Ga. dren White Bibles when they '
Ii .. with this 4-way protection: (1) payment of most Miss Dorothy' Swambom and ,Joined church. I eave a ,large We. have .cox ipa iys and,: Don; is I MOTHER LURA !:st Thursday. We enjoyed them

with major medical Mrs. Jack Es es. were. in.Gaine&- : o happy. His.son from California
bills (2)) assistance ..
hospital ; Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.'I'is here with his ,family. We bad
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ville ,pH. Fjiday.for"Mrs.; : Estes. to
lost I
I erpeiwes; (3) income.to replace earnings .though H. C. Harley. a family reunion here: Sunday

t disability; ; (4)) large lump sum benefits for fatal.or register Hermie:for Kelly summer. ..and .Mrs.school.,Joyce. Mrs. Mrs. Horace Cox of Santa Fe .with a big feed at the noon hour. Cover more,ground ; .

crippling injuries. Call us for details.. Wdp,.f"s Futch registered? 'on Saturday. was Thursday guest of her .pare I had a ten.pound rumproast of
\ its. Mr. a.nd Mrs, P. L. Dinkins. beef, and two fried chickens,
MissLMary Julia Flitch .of ..Tallahassee IIfSlER! :
; spent .from. ,Wednesdayto Bobby Dyal returned to his vegetables, pies and chocolate: _f
HAROLD C. ML AGENCY Friday with,her. mother ..Mrs. l rjpme after spending sqme time angel cake, made with a, dozen, .

f "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" ;loyce.kltchShe: ,, .. landlady in Bradford' County Hospital.Mr. :eggs. It was a lovely June day.
andMrs. J. C. Prevatt and My granddaughter, April, graduated
'Mrs. C. S. CusJarj9e..TJUp 1
200 E. Call Street Phone WO 4-4801
Saturday to spend..their vacation family of Ocala vi ited his parents from the eighth grade and -k ) -

r Starke, Fla. ,with*;Mrs. Custance's Daughter ; 'Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, wore the new dress I made her

Mrs. :Rowe,.in A ansas. Saturday. of light blue embroidered nylonfor 4
t" ,. The' revival at First Baptist I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling had i I :commencement.. It had a very .

fOR THE ,SPTSMAI Church which was conducted 'by as guests during the weekend,; full skirt; and a stand out affair ..;, ..,... I
: : : :. Rev.:' Joe Martin: of ,Lake Shore their'grandchildren, Gloria, Panty under the sheer nylon.My grandson ] i. o J J'IlllIINO

I Baptist Church closed Sunday and Glenda Jo of Miami and the .last day ,of this month .. ; '
WE HAVE A rnpmirjg.There were baptised Marvin Thompson of Jackson- goes to, a, military school for 8, C

I Complete Stock KIN' DIVING t ,at" Air Park Baptist Church on ville.Mrs. weeks this summer. He.,will..have?:
Les classes' nd drills boat,
6.unday.afternobnL. One ,came, by Prevatt and childrenof swimming, :
OFU.S. the State Farm spent Sunday sailing 'and polish his dancing;
I, letter tand-4 ..more to be baptised. up .
with. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley b:1Ilr09IIl.
'8r t. a later date. In : He should have a
BEST QUALITY Guests of,Rev. and.Mrs. R. Earl, and.Willie Griff. wonderful time. My son's new*

-- iMoses who attended revival services Billy Anders is visiting his $.1$,QOO. hen parlor is done and

Also during the. week? were Mr. brother-in-law; and sister Mr. has, 2,800 laying hens .in it. Thenthey .at- TIME each month:
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andMrs, Johnny Jenkins. liaye other hens,in.the. old "
pnd Mrs, Arthu*:Griff in and .son -
I I'Frjajicis ..of Callahan, .Mrs. Joe ''Mrs.tNancyKeene,and, the Allen laying houses.,, That is Indiana,
Cypress: Garden 9 'Spear Guns ,Martin and;.sou. Mr. and Mrs. Bob .Harts .had.as, Sunday guests. The corn is planted and. they| To.pay all your bills, merely write checks, drawn oa

: t..Abercromble. and dangler. of Mr. aldrs.A. Yarbrough and. wnt tq,get the alfalfatup I -.beforej and maZ them!
Skiis Goggles ,;JapVfs nyiDe. Il -d,*Rev. and't Urs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fred: :.,.goes,.to,the Military. Acade-} usi

.* rSki; Ropes **, Uppers' [Cuthbert:of,'Keystone Heights. Fred: and, Mr. and :Mrs R. c. my. I pm sq happy for all of them.'
K At this I do not I WHY NOT OPEN YOUR CHECKING
Snorkles Mr. anduMrs.. Nathan j,Starling andfamily! of Jacksonville. moment think! ,
( Ski Belts. I had as guests during the, weekend Burney-Coleman was.ever happier In.alL.my.lUe. I'! ACCOUNT WITH US THIS MONTH?

I Mr. and'Mrs. Wiley Smith and uHenry Vann Burney. son of Last, week we had three ..fu-

See.-It All family, and Ross ,Johns of Jack- Mr. and' .-Mrs?, Vann Burney and nerals. Twooldladies and a four

r tSTARKElBUnDERS ?pnynie' ",andMr.' and.Mrs. .RudyRlggtclbot1tam great grandson ,of Mrs. Georgia year.jjld.boy. I,went with-Don
Ann S pp,;and.Miss:Ruby Juneil : '
and daughters of pickup the boy's body at his
.T7r"xviile. Colenian were married, Friday toIIh .f arm. The poor darling I

SUPPLIES Mrs. J. .-A.' Ogilvie ,and-,-Miss evpning.in the Southside Baptist .was.... o..thin. I, could easily I FLQRIDA
Frankie .Wainwright of .Jacksonville <: Church in Jacksonville t Henry'Si4andP.ar Lft ,r4nv.myself\ .Into the 'little 1 .
nts,,;Mr. -and, .Mrs. Ev- .
Mrs.?Luther Hilliard,.and wb te.basket.So my life- goes.
children and Mrs: Sarah Starling eritt E. Burney were residents Strawberries are ripe here.now BAKU '
AT
here, for STARKEOne
several years.
NO MONEYDOWN Jt ere"'InJLive'Oak; .on Wednesdayto Mrs Mattie"Carter: and; my,, garden Is growing so
: and Randyspent
gather cultivated blue berries. fat.. The.sun is hot here thiS of 2S'
\ Banks of .
the, weekend in Jackson- :the Florida, National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.IT'S .
The days.yield Vas.25..Q.u rts. afternoon. That makes things
ville :with Mrs. Robert Meyers
,Gertrude Cruce. Maxine and gr.qw.fclhave; my sweet potato .
and
Mr. t Repair Elaine Redding and Carol Jean r 3an.ts) out AncL.my Fordhook limaleans.
I Mosjey spent,last family. -
week.at Children's Rev. .Garden all planted. i .. .
Lacy Conway of Starke
t Bible Mission Camp near PORK,.& BEANS &, SLAW- -
1 ;Ad Rooms -- Carport -- Polk CJty These.gUls.eamed.the will First,be' the .guest speaker at the [good for.apicnicl 1-can of.pork
Baptist Church on Sunday:
right, to [go to camp by learning .
and beans in tomato sauce: 2
Bible All are invited;to, hear him. : .
the
verges thrpughout
'Soth'Room
cups .chopped cabbage. 1 teaspoon -
Mr. andrMrs. Edwin Starling
school '
year.Sunday -
,sugar, 2 tablespoons vinepar.aalt.and -
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND'FIX- guests of -Mrs. Mary and and Mrs..family N. N..Dan Thomas Starling.of Starke Mr. pepper to taste. and .

TURES) Reddish were Mfr.,and ,Mrs.Roy W. .McCarthy of Sherman; Vy teaspoon celery seed. Mix an
Reddish of WebsterMr. and Mrs.
-Time 'To.Re-roof t -Baldwin .of..starke. and Miss.. W. .Seeley of,Dade City together and chill before serving.If ;
and the Leslie Thomas-family of served"on lettuce makes four :
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddj h.
Ocala enjoyed a picnic at.the Dan servings.
Mrs. Hester Hicks left "
Mondayfor
Starling cottage,in the'Scrub on HELPFUL HINTS: Try sweetening -
UNLAWFUL't
:.Daytona Beach where jshe.will
.the milk
for breakfastcer-
I visit her son-in-law and, daughter Sunday.and ;
eal. Then children do not too
I STARIE1U1LDERSAT Mr. and Mrs. Floyd fMtrtin.jMrsrHattie Mrs. Carl Carter had put
Darley, Ws$ SfainiePreseottr as Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. much sugar on it. To keep. veins For

Joey Bennett andj Lon Frank Sweatand- children of from being -prominent. in i hands Any
i Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs massage: them each day with cold
Prescott spent last week ,Mrs.
wjth
WES NC. AUce-Aftsfan- Mrs. {George Wopdrow Arwood and sons of cream. I'find'by taking a bath .

) Lastlnger..Jn 3 Daytona r Bf ach. I Melrose.. every,evening I.never.have a,bad Businessilnder.A.Fic.titiousR Name Unless
.iMrs.,.Effie Miner hadas Thursday cold I..also take .mineral tablets
Mrs. Austin came home wi\th.,, hem
S.A..L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA. JUl.. m..vit; her sons in bland 1 I guests her daughter-in-law and,.vitamins.-Perhaps: both.. together -; ..
r helps .to lkeepme welL
.
t. of
i aMctbere.relatives.: MrsBetty,,(Miner -and ,sons :;

.oj Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Prillips had Jacksonville. Her granddaughter, We celebrated: our: Bedding >anniversary \ Registered

P as guests during the week.Miss: Miss Mary .Ami.Motes stopped by I .. :.ty,,Jiaving\ .company. :

Ge"rtievSflJJ nJ and Mr. and Mrs.I 03: Sunday enroute, to. Ocean I They brought us a.silver.butter .
'J Eddie'Hflllard'of Tampa andMiss' Grove! N. J. where she, will*be "j .,-,$inc4knie from jFJorida. I

e"c t. Debbie Phillips and Mr. ahdjMrs.Sideon ; amployedthis<,summer.,.On.Men- also .had .nice,,anniversary, cards

1 Y.ou "Jlo ? -PhiUips ad.daughter. ofPaUtkaLMr. day.Mrs.,.Mamie*Oliver .of; .Bald- from.,FJorjda. One especiallyjnademerkprcud. adslhisFloridaLaw'The'NaineIs a

J ch lg 0 .; Phillips' s1s ,-Mrs. win, and, .grandsons John, and .from, my4 former,schoolchildren .
Whell yOU ( Susie'Norman, is a patient.In St. Kinney Hamper,of;[Chicago.. came Howard japd Shirley .
01 f f50.iKoolmotQr Vincent's Hospital. Another' sislertM for a visit 'W .Mrs.Miner. Padgett.and their two sons. I am 2'1>hshaJl j -unlawful for any person or persons, *x defined hercia to

I >,_, Carrie Norman, 17119; has e, ..... .. __.-;_... n _.... ..._ ..oJ 4.... .... ...n... -'. '- "" :
[ Riverside ... I _. .,,__ u *_ tnjtagtiitlrasweas & defined; under a fictitious name as herein definpl .
been patient in Hos- -<
..@..... .t pital, a was taken,to. the hpme. ; ofCarter : AMAZINp f OFFER.. .withiut*n4 uolm said.'f ktitioaa name shall be registered with the.

.fter."daughter l ; SIrs..LoisSu.id.We ;' derk.of,the circuU court of;itbfcouctj: .where the principal place of business

t ix..F iP rayM.that bpth will ;: -.ONAMERJcA'SONLY ""':Th is.withiregi8tratiQiii consist of.filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit .
b m the future, 'II 1
e 4 weu ;j neari .
14r..r and Mrs. Glenn; William- SPEED-PROVED signed- allijaUrestedper3on3:;; ; stating under oath the names.of

s son'snd'S01 a.-ot
.,:. ? 'Saturday guests of Mr. and' 'II:Mrs. ;4 : :TIRES, FORrYOUIt; -CAR f ttrt of each and. thef fcUt&PS name under which said business Is carried

fox Mr: ;Bennett.and Mrs. Frank Crjace and : on. s icl-n&istra mayjwt be made until the person or persons desiring

''amily spent Tuesday with Mr. V We'lLbuy.worth i1."QJI-PHII to engage in busines -nnder fictitious name shall have advertised his or

r'4 .family ndj },In;I. Jacksonville.Robert Carlton* ( and tlr .of; f.Jhet unusedRICHT. .. their.i intention to register saidJfctttiQua name at least once a week for four

.-Minnie Lee Griffis of Atlanta -' .. t tt1r (4)..consecutive.weeks.in.some,newspaper as defined bylaw In the county

is visiting,her brother-in-law' [ f ,..tu.CJQ' n pcesa : where said registration is to,.be,made,.and said registration shall, not be

sister f.'Mrsr.. Mr.\and tSiarley Bowen Mrs. TexCWflson.ofPalatkaFisitedlMr.jand ; : ,s \ : accepted.. by the clerk of the circuit court: except upon' receiving proof efareengaged
: '
.. L.t P i Ra- i th. ch .. +. eu4h P>a4ilatlon.
Mrs. P .-- OV time to Bf f :
'
1. Increased mileage f ise.Saturday:: +l net o. aylaa:: :.lira,...durjM.cur t: a
gasolene :r 14u.1Sr floe li1h.II 'YUIJ trJde in ; .
"Mrs. George Roberts and Ricky }: v yoor pr enLM,,,' frra jag a tad.;is a
2. Increas engine t of Gainesville 'were Monday, and J ;1 mIkr ac: -...dc: 0'tht, ;.inw.InouJaiaCoi -Cr.-d'Mill f i1 .
power Tuesday guests of Mr. aM jMrs. r foot t nL V *ca'Ut l: iSobniTTiaxno J:;
i ;1be ...we can: allow you;.. r
3. G. W. Roberts. i You'll be glad did. ;
Decreased r.
consumption you.
of Ocoee "' '. business under .
Mrs. .lyone Bodiford 'f :It. t ;) S name
,. was lme:--weAen'd guest*of Mr. 'J':' ,. ;, ) any .
t
4. knock ; bo OTMD..M t ; ql -
Decreased engine L. Turner. ..
J'ldjrIrs..t
..; ='Alford and.d ugh- TERMS. ?M.UIUf. .Ac7uM .. .
Mrs.'Myrtle .

5. Decreased. engine_j! wear ter M'Putch'ahdi'Iayd ofMacclpnAy' visited. Sunda'Mfs.. E. EASY: ., .. ..,MATCH HlOKaSPHo,OUR T IXTfiU.wclATiuiunw.tU .. w ; l .t than ypur.own, and have not had this name

Cities Service.50 Koolmptor actually does th work had ,. -- I. .
.cMr..a 4 Mrs,.Fred Moon .
of several grades ire iron maximum and Mrs. ..,. h. ..
of motor oil to = as Sunday'guests Mr. .. --- -- -----== --- -

,protection daily for driving startingjwann-up ranges.; anlcrutfIhrw *-- *:**' ur-J- for. L e'f. aM son of jQalnes- Open--'Daily----7'AM. _U1L6.PMThuwdays properly advertised and regislered,-we .wilHi?

i I. +1 J4r.l l; Mrst..haul Dinkias of Arid '.
Fxid .M
1 St. Augustine spendingltheir g. QRB J\Ti11'9.E.: ,.
STOP IN THIS WEEK u tlithstr. and Mrs. P. '1I d1oiv.eJQ11.aB! necessary Inf ormationas-to
-
L Dinkins and Mr. and Mrs. Complete! AutoRepqirDcpt1 "-
SLICOX Carl Carter and family. On;Sunday -

the Sr. and Jr. Dinkin met Including I Alit famaicYTrtnsmiaaion do.
yonjsbQuW
%; Freddie Dinkins of Avon )Park J. In tJ 1

Jacksonville as he was enroute to

CITIES4SEJJ} '\ National Guard camp at Ft. Jackson : : SAIB
) S. C. They were ,dinner Q WUBYKEf V

guests of Miss Add Dink J1S'.* .t: .. c __ I

,705 Temple A\"e. Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Styling 528 S. Walnut St. ..SLark Fla., .PhoDe''WOU861. 1

.- .. and famfly.Whitehouse.,were ..... ..:.... ...;; .... ,; ;.t-......f'j -:-





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THTRSDAr. ..TQ18.; 1959
BRADFORD COmiTY TELEGRAPH. STABRE. FLORIDA
*' fAD It TWELVE .
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t. Faulkner of Starke. Tuesday the attorney for the Plaintiff. : in the above named
Upon against
....y .!y.y..y..y............................ Johnson sophomore Dorcas I Hospital for appointments. It has TTtfffffffTffffMMMtMRISING Faulkncrs and Linda Sue went failure to do ..>, a Decree Pro Con- Court and you cause and you are required -

been truthfully said that "Breadis r..I''O: will be entered against you. to serve a copy of your
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Franklin, senior, Mellonease Bar- to Jacksonville.Mr. Witness my -hand and official answer or pleading; to ,the complaint .
ber, senior, Everlena Kitties senior the Staff of life but blood is and Mrs. Bill Genovar and seal at Starke. Florida, this IJ day on the Plaintiffs Attorney
David withB. the real "life line". We beg you of Slav Ui9.lOFKIcrAt 11 K. Perryman and file the orgina)
graduated
; Myers
r children of Gainesville visited
t CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy to throw out the "life line" across SEAL) in the office of the Clerk of the
S. degree Bethune-Cookman Jones CHARLES A. AKBT
By Sin. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Thomas and Circuit Court on or before the <
College] ; Edmcnd Long, senior the dark waves. There is a sister baby Thursday night. Clerk of the Circuit Court fay of July. 1J55; otherwise the
Ozora J. Shell Py: Marian L. Crosby! Deputy Clerk will
whom blood UWLAW1I.AAAAAAAAAA&bRobert allegations of said Complaint
save.
Dfxt term and Jimmie Moore; your may
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas of 6i| 4t s/:;
. . . . . . . . . . . Leonard Heath will be junior. Don't delay, give a pint of blood 1-e taken as confessed be by you.published
.A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&' & a Norman visited friends Gainesville visited Mrs. Groover This notte shall

'RJE.Bible Camp Winners I No. 314 ;:::e&a-e: ::; ;::-I Rosebud: : Kittles is the only Law- today. Staff CHURCH reporter.NEWS in Gainesville Friday of last week. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Clrrnlt 1\OTICK: (>ort.TO Bradford DEFENDla (..aty, I once a In\\oek the for Bradford four consernlhew.eks County
toj enrolled at Edward
person of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman Thomas Monday night. Florida In Chancery. I II Telegraph.

Mrs. L. M.,Royal' teacher of 7th sented when the Amercian LegionDepartment : Waters College. She will be a Allen Chapel AJtLE. Church their farm here last week. Friends wisning to correspondwith I Henry Criffts Plaintiff vs. Ruby Dated this 28 day of May n i9.
of Florida held its T.ird
grade at R J E is pleased to announce ;I junior next year and has distinguished -i Austin Gay while he is in IV. Griffis Defendant E.\L)
annual convention in Jacksonville Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor held Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis are tire To Appear .
the following first and herself as a singer in I To: Rubrird Griffls. whose CHAl.LUS A. DARBT.
Germany
write to the follow-
June 7. The delegates from regular services Sunday starting visiting relatives in Fort Myers, can Clerk of the Circuit Court
; resident: and address is' Unknown I
second winners of the an-
year L. the gospel chorus of the college. with Sunday School at 10 a. m.SuPt. and in" address: I You are hereby notified that a I By Marian L. Cre.b- Deputylerk
Starke Mrs. M. Royal! Buck Alvarez
nual Bible contest which is conducted were Starke students at F. N. I. M. .,Irene Thomas in charge. Mr. and Mrs. PFC Joseph A. Gay, RA 1485 fait for divorce has been filed .:,5 U 4.=!
president; Mrs. Ruth Edna Holland Barbara of Starke were
daughter
each year by Misses 'College] include Genell Lewis, advanced 9145 404th Military Police Com-
Sunday there will be a Father'sDay
2nd. vice-president Mrs. of Mr.
; guests
Wednesday supper
Thompson and Bell. freshman who was the pany, 4th Armored Division APO ,. Thafs Our Business
6
at ,
Conan MccNeil, secretary. All Program p. m. The sermon and Mrs. Eddie. Norman. .u.-. a
The first year winners are Son- valedictorian of her graduatingclass will be delivered by Rev. 326 New York N. Y.

ja Williams (Miss R J E also), the old officers were re-elected I but was unable to go to George W.Lee, Sr. Pastor of An- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and Hal Mott is home on furlough If It's Glass We Have It!
with the two new changes mentioned -
Mattie Mae Banks Janie Mae college until the second semesterand tioch and Mt. Calvary Baptist daughter Carolyn toured Texas. after taking his basic training at CALL WRITE or VISIT
above. Each delegate
reported -
.Scott, Verdells. Jones, Shirley Ann Betty Jean Jenkins who will Churches Starke., Prof. Eddie Louisiana and parts of Tennesseelast Fort Jackson C.

Moore ,Gwendolyn Robinson, a very interesting and informational be an advanced junior this term. Thompkins and Rev. Levy Len- week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mott of Joe Peters Glass Co.

convention. IT,_ 1 Rev. ct..nh..nc:: ... ........: back
Dorothy Perry, Saul Hankerson She will do vacation substitute non are CO- :l9irmen of this pro nil: w e come "' .t' Jacksonville were Sunday lun-

Irene Pittman. Sylvia Ann Ford President Pauline Marshall of work on the summer program at gram. The general: public is cordially after his illness of last week dur- cheon guests of Rev. and Mrs. H. NEED

Ethel Harmon, Blondeva Dell, I I the Fourth Division is calling avery RJE. Welcome home to all of invited to attend. The Lake! ing which he was a patient in St. H. Mott. FOR ANY GLASS

I I important meeting at the Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville.We We Design Modern Store Fronts
James Wanton. Bobby Jean Hank- these college youngsters with the City District of the Missionary: .
trson. Recreation Center in Gainesville hope that the summer will be hcpe he will continue to im- I. Tfc flrcai'wart.. Klichth Judicial Just Mall Us A Pattern for
Society will hold call business ClrcvH Of
a Florida I. tad for
Second year winners Glory en Friday June 19 for the elec- pleasurable as well as profitable. meeting on Saturday June 20, 10a. prove. Bradford ( panty. !. Chancery Table Tops

Edith CUmmingS Betty Jean tion of officers The meeting will Summer Enrichment Program Allen I"CITY OF STARKK. m Manlclpalitr 1313 N.W. 4th PL Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
m. at Chapel AJil.E.Church. ... t' Coaotr .f Bradford. ;State .f GaInesville
Crum, Mary Perdue and Flora begin/ at 7:30 p. m. Approximately 225 persons have All members are asked to ............... .yyyy Florida,

Belle Hudson. These boys and Many thanks to all members enrolled in the activity program attend business of PrtltUarrSTVTK
as importancemust
girls will have a week free at and friends who made the Poppy for the summer in Lawtey and be transacted.. BROOKERBy OF "... r
FLORID'. aid fb T.s-
Woodrest sales a success. We distributed I Starke. The staff members include
Camp because they excelled payera. Prop.rfy OTTMTV and
in Bible study. 500 poppies. Regular meeting will : Principals Eddie Thomp- Junior Church members are,! Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA *"." of the city of Murkr. ''' '011'1 I j Factory Prices
asked to lag
meet
each Tuesday at 5 \oa.retldrul..nulag
Parents are asked to fill in the be held on the first Sunday in kins. C. C. Anderson; Supervisor or abject lit taxation thrrrla.Krupoadrat property.
p. m. The church is being -
questionnaires that have been July. All members are asked to O. R. Shell and Mrs. E. J. Giv- supervised *.
by Rev. Levy Lennon. E. J. OHDKR TO
attend. SHOW flIS>K
mailed to them that Several and sub-
so these ens. volunteers Givens reporter.Mt. Visitors of Mrs. Edd S. Palk To Tfcc State Of Florida. Through
winners may be registered: properly -I I Home From College stitutes will be used and will include The Mate Attorney F.r The Klgblb
Zion A.'I.E.Church and son were Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Jediehl' I IL with Each
before the time to leave for I The following graduates of RJE Mrs M. E. Roberts. Hard- Mrs. Circuit Of saida1 The ( One Quart FREE
S. W. Richardson pastor. Don'tforget stokes of Starke, Thursday; Several Property Owner Tatpayem. -
camp. The camping period is j have returned to Bradford Countyto lick Taylor Bettye Jean Jenkins Homecoming Saturday and Bennett and children and Mrs. (Klxran And Other. Halac Ornnlmh.c or Gallon One you buy

Aug. 38. There are other win- spend summer vacation. Manyare ar.d Jessie: Moore Jr. Any Right Title Or !.-
Sunday of this week in Lawtey.! Gieger and son of Starke. Friday; ereat I. Property T. He Affectedy
ners in the county but the largest interested summer work. Swimming is taught every II The iMtiance By The
According to Linwood Crawford a' )Irs. Faye Johnson and childrenof City Of MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
number will go from the 7th Persons who are interest in services Clarke. Florida Of Bond Herein.
morning. The group at R J E has
real treat is in store for all who Waldo. Saturday, and Mr. and after Ior. Parttralarly Dcnrrlbrd.

grpde of R J E. Hats Off to Mrs. may contact Supervisor Shellat been divided so that comfort on attend. Plenty of music, games, Mrs. Marvin E. Stokes of Edgar Or T. Be Affected la Any Way 501 N. W. 8th Avc. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7388
Royal again for taking the leadership WO 4-1874. The Lawtey students Therehyi
the bus will be facilitated. One
ocd: and fun for everyone. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stokes also
In this phase of the school include: Joan Britt, Junior, group is carried on Monday, You and each of ,ou are hereby
Hawthorne Homecoming visited Mrs. Rosa Drawdy and reouirrd to appear on the 8th day
program. Florida N I M College: Mildred Wednesday and Friday and an- of July. 1939.! at 10 clock a. m. before -
Homecoming has been set for c children Sunday.
American Legion HPath, advanced freshman; Roberta other on Tuesday and the Circuit Court of Bradford
Dept. Emma group Thursday June 25. The general .Mrs.- G. W. Davis visited Mrs.R. C'>fJnty. Florida at the Court House I
Convention Scott sophomore .Thursday. Persons who enroll for In Starke. Florida and show
cauewhy
public of Starke and Bradford
R. Carlton and daughter Elaine I
The American Legion Auxiliary Louise Kelly; sophomore.. Mary I swimming now will have to come the prayer of the Petition filedn ,
County is invited. Interesting
. .. on Tuesday and Thursday. No speakers, games, and plenty of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and should/ not be granted and the bonds
I i others will be carried Mon. heroin described and the proceedings -
FOR DEPENDABLE PLUMBINGAT on free food for all. Come
one, come children and Dickie Davis attend- anthnrlzing the issuance I thereof -
I Wed. or Fri. We cannot overload all. Chester Shell, Chrm. e1 the McGauley family reunionat validated and confirmed said K
ECONOMICAL PRICES I the school bus.Rock'NKolIers. Ebenezrr Baptist Church bond consisting: of Four Hundred ;
Kingsley Beach Sunday.
Twenty-five Thousand Dollars
: Ball Rev. E. D. Robinson, pastor will 475.00009)) Natural Gas Di.'triuton UP TO $600CASH
CALLEDWIN Those who enjoyed boating on
I Saturday at R J E cafetoriumthe hold regular pastoral services all > ; Revenue Bonds, dated June
Lake Butler Sunday afternoon 1, 1959. maturing serially on June
RockN-Rollers had their first day'Sunday starting with Sunday from this community were Mr. I of each of the years ISM to 1988.

JOHNSPhone i ball. The color scheme for dress School at 10 a. m. Supt. Henry tooth inclusive bearing interest, payable -
and Mrs. G. W. Davis and daughter -, semt-annuaily at such rate as
was red white and blue. President
Bryant in '
charge.
Morning
I worship Barbara; Mr. and Mrs. Warren fh.-.Il he determined upon the sale
WO 44975Goldwire Jackie Marshall led the grand at 11 a. m., pastor in charge.At Mizelle and daughters Lucretia, hereof.: not in excess of six per
centum (6 per cent) per annum a
( Servicenter, Next to Winn-Dixie) i. march. Linda Diana Kelly was 3 p. m. The Federation of and Karen; Beverly, Mary Ellen more particular description of said -- FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS --
crowned queen of the club for Churches will be held at Ebenezer.All bonds being contained in the Petition
and Joan Green and Virginia
COMPLETE INSTALLATION i raising the highest amount of member churches are askedto filed in this proceeding.
Parrish. DONE AND ORDERED at Starke.
I money in preparation for the par- be present with their choirs
OR REPAIR WORK Leroy Vickery visited the G. W. Florida this the 18th day of July.
CONSOLIDATE BILLS
.. ty. The only mothers presentwere and congregations. The speakerwill 1959
Davis family Saturday night. Ceorre L. Fatten
Mrs. Norman Suggs and be presented by the president Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tetstone Judge of the Circuit Court of TAXES REPAIRS

Mrs. C. A. Crum who expressed Rev. E. D. Robinson, music the Kighth Judicial Circuit of MEDICAL EXPENSES
:< and daughters visited friends and
The perfect tribute to 1 regret that more parents of members by the combined choirs. Evening datives in Branford. Sunday. County.Florida in and for Bradford CASH PURCHASES

did not come out and helpin services will begin at 7:30 p. m. S/18 3t 7/5
Recent visitors of Rev. and IMPROVEMENTSReduce
a cherished memory the preparation of food. Club sharp. The pastor is asking all
Mrs. Temple were Ronald Warren In The Clrenit Court Of Florida Budget PaymentsOn
meeting is held each Wednesday members to be present and on Eighth Judicial Clrrv.lt IB Aad

Every funeral that we con 4 f afternoon at 4:30: p. m. Jackie tiaie. Ranell English reporter. and his father Henry Warren of For Bradford Coaaty Furniture, Auto,
Panama City and Mr. and Mrs. la Chaarery
duct is of Marshall is president. Bethlehem Freewill Church Appliances
a source sustaining Herbert De Mott of Monticello.Mrs. Jessie Lucille Blount otherwise
1 + Hawaii Bound Rev. L. McKay pastor known as Jessie Lucille Mobley or
solace and spiritual inspiration J. : Mpn.
G. W. Farskin and daughter Jessie Lucille Hntcninsnn. Plaintiff
:
Mrs. Juanita Jenkins left 7:30 p. m. Faithful Few Club;
to the family. cE of Micanopy were Wednesday vs. Horace Rlount. Defendant
r Starke last Tuesday to join her Tues. 7:30 p. m. choir practice; NOTICE TO APPKR PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
visitors! of Mrs. R. F. Gano. .
THE STATE OF FLORID TOt
Hundreds of details are managed and economically husband Pfc John M. .Jenkins Wed. 7:30 Prayer meeting Fri, Mr. and Mrs. Zedra McCloud of Horace Blount. whose, residence ON ALL
stationed in Hawaii at Schofield 7:30 Prayer Band. Every first And ,'>>-t office address is unknown. REQUESTS
attended to that only a trained and careful Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.
notified that a
Army Base. She was accompaniedas and third Sat. I Can Circle Meet- Too are hereby
organization can perform when the urgent need Buster Ryan and family of Cross complaint has been filed against
1f., ::; far as Lake City by Mr. and ing. Each Saturday the choir Warren )ou in the above named Court STOP IN OR CALL TODAY
and Mrs.
City visited Mr.
for is at hand.DcWITT
serving Mrs. Lee Griffin. Mrs. Gussie sponsors a church entertainmentwith wherein the Plaintiff seeks a di-
Mizelle. Sunday \''ree. You are required to file
Mae Jones and Mrs. Eva Collins. refreshments on sale for the Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges your! answer or other defenses, if
C. JONES Blood Needed benefit of the building fund. The any. in the office of the Clerk of TOWN FINANCE CO.
visited Mrs. Hodges' mother whois Court In and for Crad-
the Circuit
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Daisy Chandler of'Lincoln Cityis general public is invited to attend ford county Florida on or before
a patient in Palatka hospital
a
PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4-2610 in dire need of blood if she the church services throughout the 6th day of July, 19:>9. and at
is to continue to live. Accordingto Sunday.J. the same time serve a copy of the: Ill W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.9091i
the week
"W. furnish the highest type sen-ice at lowest prices, and acceptANT and Sunday and W. Thomas and sons Wayne came upon Carey Goddard 18 X. ".
clinical reports she will needa patronize the selling each Satur- J'r..t Street. Gainesville", Florida.
life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company, as pint of blood two weeks. and Guinn visited friends here
every day. Mary McBride, reporter.
payment In part or in full on funeral services. Consultation Members of the family or friends .during the weekend.

earrtes' obligation. wishing to give blood may call I ....................... Visitors of Mrs. Mamie Hodges
Mr. Mitchell at Bradford County I. were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Waters.

--- of Worthington Springs, Thurs- t '
NORTH SIDE
day, and Mr. and Mrs. Rain of .

1 M&Vegotjtf High Springs, Friday evening THE "

L By Mrs. Carl Brown Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Doe:: ) of """'
14L )
-- Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. E. .
--- AAAAAAAAAAAA&A&&AAAAAA'Brother
1\ W. Hodges Saturday and Mr. and /
THAT AVERAGED SMARTESTMOST _
THE TRUCK Jim Tatum of Jacksonville Mrs. David Parish and Mrs. Joyce

H brought the message at Redding and son of Gainesvillewere w

the morning and evening servicesat her guests, Monday. "

2ti2MORFMPG.f North Side Baptist Church Little Cherrie Hinston returned -

Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Carter to Ohio with her father Sunday

attended a homecoming at where she will remain until the
-- '
Waycross, Ga. Fall. At that time she will return JOYFUL -

--. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johns to stay with the Earl Green
-
and children of Jacksonville visit- family through the winter months.

ed his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green visited ; '

B. Johns Wednesday afternoonand Mr and Mrs. Alex Williams and GIFTS

enjoyed a fish fry. son and the Julian Green familyin 'Q1

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Adkins and Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs :

son of Missouri spent last week Harry Merchant of Gainesville RE

with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J. -- .
.. g
-- n y Mrs. Carrie Norman is still a Thomas and baby Tuesday.Mrs. .

patient at Riverside Hospital H. E. Stokes and daughter i .

Jacksonville. The last report was Ruby were Sunday dinner guests I 8evt aQ r { Mti

that she had improved some. We of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes of

v hope she will soon be able to return Starke. '' ': : fk. M .

home. We are happy to see Mrs. G.

We are happy to report that B. Colson able to be out after the ; of of t s( ..

:Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott brought bad! fall she had last week. i i1 ,;y1; ,.r zr a .'

their baby home from Baptist Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of t f." I '
FIJ 4j ci C.e
r ;l, ... 1 Memorial Hospital this week. She and Linda Sue visited Mr. and ,I .1K !i f !t t r i f t1 '. .

+w the wnoothett has had a long illness and we Mrs. J. D. Emerson and family ; J ; 4' i t tFs

; % better gas hope she will continue to im of Bland Sunday afternoon.Mrs. M'

SIXMspoct Ford Styleside! prove. Bishop Thomas and chil- -
59 FORD I .
Gwen Johns of Jacksonville dren visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H.

spent several days last week withh Lewis of Starke Sunday. : 1'ii
-
r grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Linda Sue Thomas was Monday /

-- WINNER,.OF ECONOMY SHOWDOWN .U.SA-J( P. B. Johns. night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul .

: Davy Tommy and Joey Tatum
-- - - of held at Pine Level Baptist Church
Jackson. S. C.
are spending
... B Now!Certified rcsnlts of the big- Sunday afternoon.
several weeks with their
grand- .
loan Mole'0" comparison tats of truck gas at North Side i i' I
42.6Jo more mpg Aft tats gent narents. Rev. and Mrs. H. B Activities Baptist .
31.1% more mpg than Mote "/" etwdlde..1III.. rcsofttCERTIFIED mileage ever made by an independent Carter. Church this week are: .

25.2% more mpg than Mako"C" research company! '59 Ford Sunday Sunday School. lOa.

22.0%' mere mpg than Moke"S"i Sixes beat every other make-ydeli*. rrandparents.Carolyn Brown Mr. and Is visiting Mrs. A.her W. m.; Morning Worship. 11 a. m.: endless: variety of electrical appliances await

fan Make"C" by AnericB'f f.ed errd 25.2% more mile per gaDon 8
Worship
m.
9.67. Evening
more p.
mpg |j I independent nttnwtivt than the average of all leading Brown of the State Farm, this Monday Teachers and Pastor'smeeting. your d 10>Cd. Wonderful to give :. the finest
'. At Imtts were standard sixnsnrcl .JU flies* week.
.............., .IIiQOiUT J-"ton pickups! 8 p. m. ,
cyl"oldston pickups, bought .. and the certifiedreport Cottage Prayer Meeting was pfts to receive.: Strikingly beautiful inexpensive
dealers broken in swa.rorb ro .l\7 Come in see Tuesday Choir rehearsal 8 m.
p.
from
carefully
.. .. held last Saturday evening at the
F"Otonoeft .fwaa: r.r I
that
and tuned to manufacturers1 1>ttr. :Jllttctt.. Test drive the pickup home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wednesday Prayer Service and *asy-to.care-for, designed for casual: Florida &..1
the 59
lpC fica ons. --' saxes one gallon in fi\e- Cowart. mrrithlv busfniK meeting. 8 n. m. (

---- Ford Six! .j -- Monday evening the pastor and Thursday Brotherhood meeting, ioj. Perfect fix parch and patio entertaining

4. Sunday School teachers met to a p. m.Friday. '
lake a test driveTODAY / 1'C7'OrrN4': ; i
# fo'Javings plan for next Sunday. Monthly social with Simply ideal for bridal showers; ,, weddings, anni- ,

/ COST Mrs. Jerry Hardenbrook and basket supper. 8 p. m. I .
FORD TRUCKS LESS aaaranat and hoaeeglits
meet-
children of Miami spent several Saturday Cottage Prayer

..uss TO owft.1.LESS TO Girl.:tau N)1cJ tool days with her parents Mr. and ins. t

Mrs. A. W. Brown. Mrs. Harden. A warm welcome awaits you See TOOT wvaCT.S '

brook was here to attend the wedding at North Side Baptist Church. sag Iection. ii. '

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS of her sister Shirley to Bill WASTED Ctoaa Cotton Rag. See him now

Gnann of Melrose.' The double .
::;s
ring ceremony was held at home So Pants No Shirts, Hurt Be ., ... .. '
tt'A.
206 W Madison St. Starke Florida Phone WO 4.3381If .
with Rev. H. H.CarteT.'officiating: : .
Cteaa. Bradford County Telgrapb. Wut
Another wedding of last week t IUTU ,

Yo& Interested in ah Used Truck Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer was that of Miss Judy Judd to f frnlct t.r

Ronald Brown. The wedding was !
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