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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J \' By Walt Robshaw of Marianna. had just been released dicated patterns that could have Reverend J. H. Matey Jr., pastor and Rev. Mabry said anyone who Kirkman. director of the Highway

, I from the University of Flo-: been caused by contact with toxic of the Madison Street Bap- wished to help could do so by go- Patrol in 'Tallahassee.

Highway patrolman Nelson Sel- ri.la: Health Center Hospital after drugs or poisons as well as by tist Church that Sellers attended !in!; to the county hospital herein Motorists who< happen to pass

'jkrs smiled across his cup of cof- undergoing several days of leukemia. while in Starke said he expectedno Starke. Any type blood will be through the Marianna area over

fee and said softly. "Be sure and examination and treatment by Moles said the State Trooper difficulty in replacing the six-,acceptable.Cpl. the Fourth of July holiday might

'tell the people of this town and members of the hospital's huge would be treated for toxic poisoning -!pints of blood that were given to Carlos Musgrove. chief patrolman keep their eyes open for a handsome -

aunty how much I appreciatetheir staff of doctors and technicians. rather than the incurable Sellers at the University Hospital. I in th; Starke area saida young patrolman who wont

rt i interest and /concem. I'll Dr. Stanley Moles head of the blood disease and If everything The minister Mrs. F. J. Pellum fund had been started by members br enjoying the holiday with his

miss them all and I'hcpe to comeback medical: team that worked on the goes well the condition will be 37>d her son Fritz Pellum. have of the Florida Highway Patrol wife and four sons. Nelson Sellers

: I here again"/ trooper said Wednesday that Sellers cured by the time Sellers returns already made contribution to the to help pay for hospital bills the man they said had only six-

t- I Sellers who several weeks< ago might not be doomed to the to Gainesville next month 'for!I, Bradford County Blood Bank incurred for Sellers during several months to live, will be riding the

i was informed that he had leuke- early death that had been fore : another round of examinations. j that will credit the blood to Sel weeks of examinations in highway-writing tickets pleading -
I and cajoling motorists to drive
mia and hat only six months to cast for him- Moles said Sellers Moles said the young officer hada lers' account in Gainesville. At-: various hospitals. Anyone wishing -
safely praying he won't have to
f A handsome new sign illuminated at night n.nv heralds live was oil' his way to his new had "blood dyscrasia" [abnormal very fine mental attitude. toward least two more promises of donations -:; to contribute to this fund may answer calls to death dealing accidents -

Keystone (Club F..tat.-s. big new housing development rapidly FHP assignment in his home town blood], but bone marrow tests in- his illness. I have already been received.1*I mail donations to Colonel H. N. .

taking shape in southeast Bradford County just west of Key. I ..

stone Heights. The new sign is! at Highway 21 entrance union a

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VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1959 NUMBER TWO
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STRAWBERRIES OK Mir Option To Buy



-,.. Spring Vegetable Crops '

I : Golf Corporation .


I Hit New Production Low


1.- ---- Spring truck crop production in i Eyes 108 Acres

1.I 'Bradford County reached a new
Lake Road Issue
Beach facilities on Lake Geneva will be provided for E tatfflhom'owDers I 'ow in the season just closed. Al- _
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most 50 inches of rain falling in All V'UUU IV VtlJ AV at this attractive spat near the home of FreementTolles
the county during the first six Little GirlSurvives State Road 100 three and a half
on Highway 21. Heavy earth-moving equipment has aLready To Be Decided months of the year drowned out miles south of St&rke. WAS" taken
opened a channel from land-Eo.>ckro pond into the main I
practically all vegetables in the Clash Thursday morning by officers of
Tulles on Highway 21. Heavy earth-moving equipment has al- I Starke and Brooker market areas. tne Starke Golf and Bounty duo.

provements are being made to the beach. By CommissionA The old standby strawberries. With Car :Ire Tn$ property is owned by
r: saved the day as a cash crop in Family Lex Green. .

the Starke area netting a nice ,I Decision on the site of tae proposed

t decision on the controversial profit to growers in spite of adverse ) Little 20-month-old Sherry ] new county club and nine

request for closing a platted street weather conditions.The Marlene Birt was hit by her mo- ]hole golf course was reached ata

iT 'e t in the Indian Beach section of i iI big hopes that had been tjvj's car Monday afternoon as iti): meeting of directors of the corporation -

I Santa Fe Lake should be reachedby placed in a profitable pepper deal backed; out of the Birt's driveway.I ; Tuesday night in the

; an embattled CountyCommis- this spring went down the drain I' The little girl dashed into the Chamber of Commerce office. Tn

sion in its meeting July 6. with the flood waters and county path of the car as her mother decision climaxed 'several weeks I

., The battle over the question of growers sustained an estimatedloss 49 Stars For Fourth Of JulySetting iay backing to the out the driveway store. on her of negotiation and investigation

;r.._ t I public access to the lake has raged of $129,000 with 95 per cent 19&s grocery Sherry during which several possible sites

S.t II i since the Commission s meeting ofi of the crop spoiled by rain. the keynote for Independence Day observance in I not within her mother's vi- were considered but discarded be-
!Ion and a tire rolled over her
i Miy 4, when a petition was presented In the cause the property was priced De-
spring vegetable deal
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I I Starke!, Cub Scouts Robert and Harry Rabb raise a new 49-star i, stcmach.
by J. Lendsay Wilkerson yond the means of the corporationor
the Starke market reported salesof flag on the grounds! of Bradford County Hospital. Believed Sherry entered Bradford County
I and Edwina A. Wilkerson askingI because the owners were not
only 6,503 packages with total to be the first 49-star flown Hospital Monday night where
tint a platted street between lots flag at a public building ia Starke, x- interested in selling.
I : revenue of $21,051.80. In the
137 and 38 of the Indian Beach this! one was presented'to the hospital by Koch Drug Store. The rays were made. She was confinedat The site (committeereported f berry deal however 11.743 crates the until
I|I Subdivision be closed to the public. 49th star was added for the new state. Alaska hospital Wednesday Tuesday night that the Green
sold for
were an estimated grossof
morning. when she 'was released
tf the Commission takes this property seemed to be the 'beat
Framed by some of the many large trees that shade lots in i I 78435.66 bringing the Starke and is apparently no worse for the
I action...the street in question will Market's ;Starke MerchantsTo HOT MAN HOT! choice, based on consideraUonj of
the.Estates ,one of the 10 new homes noImder construction !''be divided overall total for this wear-
the location
equally between
I price and condition or
is shown here. The huge subdivision will provide between five (adjoining property owners according revenue spring! to of 18.246'packages 9948746. with I ,Close. All Day It shouldn't happen to anybody The young girl is the daughterof terrain.In .
Mr- and Mrs.
and six thousand homesites, but houses will be built only as sold. to provision of Florida law. On July. 4th much less the president i- Marvin Birt of other action Tuesday night
Brooker Market : 1310
reported slightly Blanking SU in Saratoga
1.. ...: .Iliuidivd :jBvIsifors! drovejh/ough. [ the, new development last I Attorney: HollisKnight fcis been .' .... .... _. of a chamber of Commerce" HeightsTtie the Country CWfflrtctors'viewed
hIghfl 'for'' the'-wge-;; '-- : father is.a traveling .
representing'tiltptetttonerS; but It 'did! preliminary plans for' me'clUb
Sunday. The Fourth of July like Christmas -
salesman
and {way
table deal-9.482 packages with jt&s at the
---- whose request has been is a holiday even if it does Last Friday afternoon, as time of the accident. building presented by architect
I revenue of $26,720.24. However ,
challenged by the County' Recre fall on Saturday. the mercury soared' to the mid / Frank George of Palatka. It is
Sinclair Pleased ation Board. Knight is expectedto Brooker had no comparable cash 90's Red Strickland, estimated that the
Very That is the consensus of most presidentof building will
to take Seeks
slack
the City Bids
crop up as
appear before the Commissionon cost
from
Starke business houses who will the Keystone Heights Cham $2 .OOO to J30.UOO da-
b Monday but, James Blood- strawberries did at Starke. greet Independence Day with clos- her of Commerce left his car On New Police Cars pen' ing on whether or not air conditioning

With Bid On New Prison worth, spokesman for the recreation Brooker did have a sweet potato ed doors allowing employees to parked in the sun.R'hen j and certain other feat-
deal last fall however with 10,-
.is in the at
hospital
group 000 units sold for $17,715.00.- enjoy the day at nearby lakes, he went for it !sometime Starke; is in the market for two 'ures are used.
present and not'be able to
{ may benches or even under a shade later the rear glass window new police cars and a pick-up] The committee reported that
cluding! the fall
Boat Licensing State Prison Warden DeWittj t I present final arguments againstthe Brooker sales through potato the market deal tree in their own backyard. was shattered into a thousand truck for use at the power plant.I Green had quoted a price of $lI,._
Sinclair he is "tickled todeath" proposed street closing.
says > Only five the City-Clerk Carl Johns said I 000 for 108 acres with 400
I in: the fiscal year July 1. 1958 holidays were approved -J pieces apparently by the feet
at the low bid of $4,653- The lake road problem will have for closing this year by the heat! City Council will receive bids on fronting on the highway. It is
to
June 1959
30.
And Laws .1:000 to construct the first phaseof to take a second seat to other with total were 19,482 of packages Stark' Retail Merchants and the Northern papers please. DO the police cars up until 7 p-tn, planned to construct a nine hole
a $44
Safety revenue ,-
[ the new state prison at t Rai- board business at least the I
''tcl'd.i on 435.24. 4tn of July was one of them. NOT copy. July 7. Bids on a one-half ton 'course initially and to purchase
time schedule. Clerk Charles will be due July 14. enough property to accommodate
The bid made by4he Thompson Darby: said the CommissionerswouId Brooker growers have also completed ..
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Begin July 20Tax I i and Street Construction Co. of sit as a board? of tax equalizers i- a fairly successful waters t future.

I Atlanta is well within the' $6,642- at 10 a.m., before making th melon season shipping some 35 Clyde Terwillegar president ot
; 150 appropriated for the construelion Indian Beach decision. The Board truck loads for estimated
an return the
Collector J. R. Kelly said :[ J Country Club corporation Has
| by the 1959 State Legislature! will listen: to arguments from citizens of 1859900. Prices have called
this week he anticipated handling I ; a meeting of an members
about 200 boat registrations in this I Decatur Iron and Steel Co., De- who do not agree with valuations ranged from one to two and a r for Thursday night, July e, at 7ad
ratur, Ala., submitted a low bid their half cents
set on property by Tax a pound.
county when registration under a p.m. in the Chamber of Commerce
Iof. $1.075,171 to: furnish securitycQ'uipmentbars. Assessor Gene Long who has just 5 6
Based
new state law begins July 20. on figures from the two office. "We want to start .tne
cells and doors completed the 1959 tax roll. $ + .
Kelly said the law was to go in I farmers markets Bradford grow- tIi ball rolling/;* he said "and( 1
-for
the new construction.It has turned of the
effect the first day of this month. Long a copy ers have realized only around strongly urge all menders to attend -
but had been set back 20 days to 'I will require two years to construct I tax roll over to Darby and the 162521.70 from their 1959 crop this important session."
the initial project which ij.clerk said he'.wouId use it'to com- [not !.
give the State Conservation Department year including tobacco This
a chance to distributethe will include a maximum securitybuilding pile a "partial-tentative" budget is "slim pickings" when compared

required new registration of 1,200 one man cells a for the Commissioner's consider- with some of the good crop yearsof Lawtey Wins 7-6 I

form to tax collectors. dining hall and kitchen foursiiard ation. the past. In 1953 it is estimatedthat After 16 Innings
l. : towers water and heating After hearing comments from
received than
Under the law, all boats :. growers more
carrying plants and grading of the entire the Commissioners, Darby willi .
$800,000 from After 16
motors of more than 10-horse- sales. i> innings of play the
prison site. make up a tentative budget for
will have to for Lawtey nine came through wan
power register
period of two years. After the a The cells and dining hall will the July 15 meeting. At this meeting Street Closed w. aF it r ,; w rk'r the run that defeated:>OCtors inlet -

size 01 the motor is considered. be in one building; a corridor will j the Commission will probably 7-8 last Sunday afternoon oa
rim from the dining hall with six set the tax milloge necessary to _
an error made at first base.
registration fees will be charged ,
for .
Sewer WorkWest '
bring in the amount of
according to the length of the cell blocks branching off on each money __ Leading batsman for Lawteywas

boats. Class A boats under 16 :side.The needed to support the budget. C W. Tliomas, with Bennett.
The budget will be based
feet, will have a fee of $1.50 plus entire new arisen will be on Pratt Street will be closedto P.a.tH. Teston, Brown and James
estimated income from state sales
25 cents,service charge, and ClassI constructed in three pnases. It tax and race track monies, and traffic for about two more er Waters helping the cause along

boats between 16 and 26 feet, will be located on the Bradford estimated income from the fines weeks while new sewer lines are Pitcher Mitch Brown, who went

will be charged $2.75'! Boats larger County side of New River east of a-d forfeiture funds of the being laid along the shoulders according all 16 innings srnck out 17 and

than this will probably not be the present institution. All threehases to City Street Foreman S. allowed 4 hits.
cc-inty. as well as on the 1959 tax
found on Bradford lakes. will take 10 years to complete I roll. R. Hicks- This Sunday the Doctors inlet
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While the license fees will bring and will cost approximately) The new sewer lines will provide nine will be in Lawtey for a return -

additional money to the 'state, $20.000.000 to build. service for future residentsof : ., game with the winner slatedto

the mam purpose of the law is Warden Sinclair said that fourtemporary Carryover Funds Parkwood. the Pratt Street development ...oft play Meirose, also at Lawtey.
to being constructed by ... -- Each pm.111 go 7
make innings.
: enforcement
of companion -
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buildings are being Four of the blue ribbon winner"' at last '
May Help CountyGet contractor D. Warren- Saturday's flower
law on boat safety regulations raised to house workers for this Flower Show '
an easier 'matter. Warren whose work has been boIrIn.'W.( : T. Blair (single zinnia); Mr*. Dave Green
first phase of the new prison. After
The safety law prohibits drunken constriction is completed he Even BreakA slowed by rainy weather said he Winners (single zinnia); Mrs. E. L. Cox (variegated pot plant); Mr*. REGISTER NOW

or reckless operations of boats said, the buildings will house the will begin construction of six more Tim Rogers (massed"' group zinnias).

bans casual night skiing specifies various industries of the prison. $17,000 carryover from the houses on the north side of Pratt FORSpecial

minimum safety equipment requires Prison labor will be used as 1 last fiscal year's road and bridgemight Street as soon as the city crews In spite of unfavorable weather Other blue ribbons were awarded dell zinnias. White ribbon Mrs.

mufflers on boat motors. much as possible in the new con- fund enable the county to have finished their work. Six during the growing season many for best of potted plants. They 2- L- Cox. Election

and requires ski boats to have ;,.stniction Sinclair stated. break even in that department houses on the other side of the beautiful flowers and interesting went to: State Prison Farm, three, For massed blooms red ribbons
rearview mirrors or carry ob- .despite; greatly Increased maintenance street are nearing completion.The plants were displayed at the annual small plants; Prison Farm large ON
an went
Eventually the new prison w'have 1 I to Mrs. R-N. Caddell, Mrs.
costs during recent heavy
Home Demonstration Flower
eer'ver- developer also said he plant; Mrs. Horace Cox coleus; I'
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The Conservation Department is a capacity for 2.861 prisoners. rains. would begin paving work soon. He Show in the courthouse last Sat- ?Irs. P.L. Dinkins. coleus; Mrs- Jean Harden Mr. Dave Green. ReapportionmentTo
in It will include an _adminis- Clerk Charles Darby said this urday Most consistent winner of and Mrs. Ruby Hodge.
solely charge of the registration estimated paving for Pratt Street .E.1..Cox diffenbachia; Mrs. Joyce)t'white
procedure but any officer can!jtrtion building receptien center.aUlIttic week that with. the limited and streets running through the the show were entries from the I Patch begonia; and Mrs. Tim ribbons to Mrs. Be Held '

make arrests under the safety field, industry section and amount of equipment the countyo proposed 70-touse sub-division Horticulture class of the State ,Rogers, sultana. j L.B. Cooper and Mrs. Tim Rogers. November .

Jai\- (. hospital. ns, about two months of good would cost him $80,000- *: Prison, FarmHostesses M.B. Jordan- Vocational Agriculture Red ribbons for arrangementswere 3, 1959

Bradford Sheriff p. D. Reddish An inmate count showed a,current weather would be needed beforecounty The city has agreed to pay $7- served! guests punch awarded to Mrs. E.1. Cox

said he expected little difficulty population of 2.630 in the old grades and bridges were 560 toward Pratt Street paving from a huge gourd and the ladle teacher at'the State Farm j'gladioli: MrsEffie Miner zinnias; Registration Books Now
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In enforcing the safety regula prison, orginally built for 1200. put back in good shape. But despite costs within the development. The u-ed was also fashioned from a made the entries' on behalf of the State Prison Farm zinnias\ [I2J: Open in Office of Super

tions. He said there were no : heavy rain damage the road street originally was platted 18 gourd. prison mates who are studying :,and State Prison Farm roses. visor in the Courthouse.

serious problems with hotrodding j Convention and bridge item in this year'sbudget feet wide but Warren said, he Winners of blue ribbons in the ornamental horticulture under his|White ribbons in the same class

skiers or pleasure riders because Singing has not been overspent. would pave 26 feet and assume Single Specimen class were: Mrs. guidance. Many of- the potted went to Mrs W.L. Douglas. nas-

ot: the small Jze of lakes in the Bradford-Union ,Singing Convention Darby said the $17.000 surplusin the extra,, costs. A. H. Harley. althea: Mrs-E. L. plants! they offered were interesting -,. turtiums; Mrs. R.MCaddell, zin- This Space Contributed
county. t last year's budget helped keep Ccx. hibiscus; Mrs. Bonnie Mott. in that'they were growing in nias; Mrs. Ann Kleinman, gladioli Weekly to Publicize'- ''
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will meet Sunday July ,
the county from going ,into the dahlia: Mrs E.L. Cox day lily; artificial media. ; Mrs. A.H_ Harley zinnias;
all day at Bethel Baptist Church hole during October a month Regular Meeting and Mrs. P.L. Dinkins Mrs. W.T. Red ribbons were awarded for and State Prison Farm 121 zinnias. Community Events by

NOTICE ,'j'ist east of Starke. 'when no funds come to the Of Local Elks Blair Mrs. Jean Harden Mrs. single specimens to: Mrs. Ruby .

Teen Time will not hold the" reg. This is homecoming for the j County Commission- Dave Green, and the State Farm Hodge dahillia; Mrs- Etta Hoover In the potted plant class red THE COMMUNITY

ular Saturday to night a decision party on July Bothel Church members and all I Darby said the road crew is I Regular B-P.O. Elks wffl meet zinnia hydrangea; State Prison: Farm. ribbons were awarded to Mrs. W. STATE BANKOF
4, according of the
Council. friends and former members are presently working on roads and Monday. July 6. at t pjnin! the ; Blue ribbon winner for massed Mrs A. H. Harley. Mrs. Jean Harden T. Blair for a window box and-:. tothe

Youth session will 'be United to participate in the gos- ditches, after' completing repair club room. Exalted Ruler Owen blooms was Mrs. Tim Rogers, and I Mrs. Effie Miner State Prison State Prison Farm. White rib- STARKEr

Regular resumed pel singing services and basket'cinner. ; work on several bridges that were Vaughan asks 'an. members. at- MrsAnn Kleinman redeved the I Farm. Mrs. Tim Rogers, Mrs bon winners was Miss F"a; .Blanchard -

the following Saturday __ damaged by high water. ', tend. blue'ribbozffor best arrangement. x...''B. Coopeif and Ifri R. N. Cad-. _


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4) I_'_' .. ---,. '-. ... .. '1'' Mr. and Mrs.. Beecher' W. Payne Mrs. .$ertha Pearce .and sister, Mrs. J. B- .Kite .spent the Scott Stevenson and two friends I Judicial, nrrclt or Said. Slate The '. -' -
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1> and family moved to Tampa Tuesday Mrs. W.T.' Saxon, of Oakland \eral Properly Ow....: Taspajm -
weekend with Miss Gertrude cf -- .
Decatur Ga. will be weekend Ctttfrm* Ami Other* II..I.K Or .
where their address will be Park spent the early part of last Knabb in Jacksonville and at- ruests of fir.and Mrs. O. L. HayI I('1allw&a r HI",..: Title Or I.-
7607. .N. tHoward Avraue. Mr. and Mrs. B. lert t Im p..eruTo Be AJfrcted
week with Air.
ttayn. tended the wedding of Joan Myna- nes Jr. at Lake Santa Fe. By Th 1_..... Hr The City Of
Payne has taken a position with Haven. ham and George Dismore Saturday ..
es in Winter on Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wrye and Iar. FlorMa. Of Boada Uereia- Florida
the CbttaJwiaJa tfigtt Retool and Mrs.- Neteaa Green is visiting, altcznoon. after More Partirvterlf DewrlVr.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scheen and Or T. Be Affeeteil la 'A.y WayTheeeoyi
Mrs. Payne wll ;.t* cii at the ,her son.in.hnr,and daughter, 3gtndMr Mr. and .),{n. Jaek Haile and children -
III THE'IIIWI. Adams Junior aHign, &l ooL Mr. ,? = .' Donald .Hardenbroek at family will spend the weekend of Miami are spending'several Too and each of rou are hereby
days with Mr. and Mrs. required to appear on the 15th day
and Mrs. L. T. Jobna.bave I'
... purchased Fort Campbell Ky for two weeks. with his mother, bits W. G. Haile. Tyler Jones. 'of duly 1959, at 1:?o o'clock p. m.
VII.' ... .__ .....__ .'.0- the Payne home at ,1361 Mrs. Cartton Chastain attendedthe i Mr.: and Mrs. Bob Wilson and before the Circuit Court of Bradford THEATRE:
I Blanding street. Saratoga Heights. Florida Sheriffs Conventionin family of Jacksonville were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and j I''C*'nty Florida, at the Court Housein
Starke Florida and how cause
Mr. and Mrs., O.L.. Jordan of Miss lone Mizell of Jacksonvilleis Mrs. Lucile Davis.returned'last ;Naples with Sheriff and Mrs.P. ..I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. son. Butch, attended the Florida :, why the prayer of the Petition filed
Shreveport. La. will be weekend pending; several weeks with Institute of Laudenng and Clean- in the above entitled proceeding
Reddish
Friday after spending the. past .D. last week. Hardy. !
guests of Mr. and Mrs- Eston Jor- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell. nine months in ;Scottsdale, Ariz. I tog convention. in Tampa June should not be granted and the bonds Sat. June 4. Only
therein described and the proceedings -
Jdrs. Ovid Lewis and daughters Diane and Buster Ritch of Hia-
dan and Mr. and.Mrs., J.G. Hol- Mrs. E. P. Lee and sons Richardand Before returning Home she spent < Sg-28.; authorizing the issuance thereof -
returned Su day'after two weeks IPah are spending six weeks with ; !
validnted and confirmed, raid +a.R.rai repoTHETRsE
Mr. and A
John, visiting
were weeks with friends and rela-
two
ton.Mr. visit with Mrs. Lewis father, J. their grandmother Mrs. Carrie Starke friends will regret to bonds consisting of Four Hundred
,and Mrs. Tyler.Jones and Mrs. W.E. Lee in Jacksonvillelast tives in Los Angeles, Calif and Twenty-five Thousand Dollars i
daughter. Ginger Mr. and Mrs. Thursday to Saturday.Mr I also visited her son-in-law and M. Bedwell. and family in Tchula, Ritch. learn that Mrs. Edward Charbon- ; <|425,000.0 Natural Gas Distribution -
Bonnie and Mary Graudon are neau died June 25 Peters : ; Revenue Bonds, dated June. STORVOr
R. A. Green. Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ralph Dixon and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miss.Mr. burg hospital after a'iihort I, 195: maturing serially on June
Roy Wingate celebrated the Jones' family of Winter Garden will be Smith Jr. and family in DeFumakSorings. and Mrs. J. 'F. Robb and i spending the summer with their illness.j, 1 of each of th* years UU to 1S88. JESSE
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. both inclusive!' bearing interest!' pay
with a children of San
Antonio. Texas
25th anniversary
wedding weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.I The Smiths returned able semiannually at such rate as!! JAMES aC1niw5covE
dinner at the Green Turtle in Guy Sale. home with her to spend the week. spent the first of the week with' Wentling in Palmyra Pa. Hospital AnnouncesTwo shi.lt he determined upon the tale
Jacfcoville Tuesday evening.Mr. home Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill. and' Miss June Harding has returned Girls thereof not in excess of six per
Smith returned Baby
Mrs. L- C. centum <6 per ('enO per annum a
and Mrs. Robert F. Clardy Wednesday from Bradford County end.Mrs.. Effie Johns bad as* SaturJ family. x \ to her job in Atlanta. Ga. after more particular description of said

and baby of Atlanta spent Saturday Hospital where she underwentfoot day guests Mrs. Lucia Strong of Mr. and Mrs. R,.!'. Prather and:: two weeks vacation with;her parents Bradford County Hospital alL, bonds filed being in this contained proceeding.in the Petition -

to Wednesday with Mrs. Sarah surgery last Thursday. Rochester, Pa. and Mrs. Rosa children of Jennings: La. ...arrivedThursdayJforten Mr. and Mrs. T.;B-:HardingJr. ounces the following births I DONE AXD ORDERED at StarVe
Mrs. Hardinf and June spent I this the 2Znd day of Jane,
and
; days visit Florida
Hunter and family. ; with Mr.
Sandra and Elaine Brown of Baisden and George Baisden of Mrs. Kenneth Russ ot 1959
Mrs- Frazier Shaw is in Detroit. Cacon Ga. are spending ten days Jacksonville and Mrs. F.W., Webb Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and- relatives -, test werk at Daytona.Mr. Starke a.son, Mitchell Dale June i Sf! John A. II. Murphree TTtT'1.

Mfch. for two weeks' with her with their uncle and aunt. Mr. and and Mrs. Johnson of Hawthorne.Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman 24. ,. Judge the Eighth
bic-ther-in-lay and sister. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles. The Miles will and Mrs. J. C. Holton and Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Mam and family spent Sunday at St. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kowe of Florida in and for Bradford .

Mrs. Chares'&haeffer. also have as weekend guests Mr. family returned Saturday from ie Anderson of Archer were week- Augustine Beach. Starke. a son, George Phillips,I County. t 2S: 3t 79GULF
Miss Anna Reed will return to and Mrs. I.,. H. Goldsmith of two weeks vacation on Lake San- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E M. Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove June 21.legion. 71J

her home m Tampa Sunday aftera Warner Robbins, Qa. and Mr. and .ta Fe and in South Florida. Davis- It Springs and Mrs. D. J. Clark of ,,, .
month's visit with Mrs. Sarah Mrs. W.H. Wilder and Cindy i Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. E.Dayton spent. Tampa have been visiting their ups Pytt r

Hunter and family Croker of Miami. family have been vacationing: the the weekend at Daytona Beach. sister Mrs. CD.. Williams, the BaseballersTo

Mrs. Owen Vaughn and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knight. Jr. past three weeks at Fontana. N.C. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair'and daugh-1 past fined week while she has. been con- Play Lake ButlerThe by ERNEST TANNER
to bed
with virus.Diane
Robbie Shaller spent Monday and of Neptune Beach and John Brow- Mr. Peek returned home Sunday ter. Evelyn, returned SatUidar'from : 640 N. Temple Ave., TW
Tuesday in Tampa as guests of er of Gainesville will spend this while his family will remain in three,weeks'visit. with: friends Firth is spending six Junior Boys Baseball team
Mr. and Mrs. T H- Freeman. Sr. weekend in Starke as guests of Dublin Ga. with Mrs. Peek's and relatives in ,Manchester weeks to'Michigan where she was sponsored by Legion Post 56, will'play

They attended the funeral Tues- Mrs. D. E. Knight. I mother Mrs. W. H. Holland this Douglas, and Bailey.:Ga. Sandra at camp in Sheboygan for a week against Lake Bulter Wednes- f

day noon of Mrs. James West. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moore of week. Slade.. of Baxley- returned' ,with and is now visiting friends and day. July 8, at Lake Butler
Lt. Col.'and Mrs. J.'A. Griffin Waycross, Ga. were overnight Miss Helen Morton daughter of them for a,weeks- visit.-Her parr relatives in Belleville and Flint I'

and Mr. and Mrs.. F. .B. Beard guests Monday of Mrs. M. H. Lang Alexander Morton Rt. 1, Starke, ents.. Mr. and. MrsWffl. Slade,',will Michand in South Bend Ind- I
weekend the Wtth'Urs.'smclair Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth CALL FOR BIDS
will spendthe jit spend the .weekend and
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond.Mr. Sealed
recently won the silver wings of a bids will| ?
: received
Griffin camp m the Schub and Mrs. Frank Castleberry United Air Lines stewardess after and Mrs.'.:WttS.,'Blade- son Barry and Joe Gardner the E"oard Of Bon(1 Trustees of the by (t\
and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher I spent the weekend at rv- Starke Florida.
Mrs. Daytona
Mjr. of Auburndale were visiting the completing _the ,company's train. .Carolyn Redgrave and son; Hall in Starke at the City
Jr. and family moved last Saturday vfcttjng.Mr.: and Beaeh. They will also spend this Florida, until 7
Lawson .families last Wednesday. ing school',in Cheyenne Wyo. She Waynetwere -Mrs; from Camp Standing to their and Thursday. aboard ,Mainliners fly. Charlie Parker iin Cocoa last coming weekend at Daytona.Mrs. .1. i-J *", at which time and place
now serves .
new home on E- Call street. Edward Burns returned received! : will be publicly c \j
Perman Roberts and Jimmy ing in and out of New York City. wttk.Mr. opened and read aloud on the fol. \ th.i/
Mr'and' Mrs.,Edwin Quimby of Lawson were visiting Mr. and Mrs Miss Norma Rooks ,of Pratt. ; .,and Mrs.' 'Maxie.. Carter.Jr.and Monday from three weeks vacation io tIng: L
'
Roanoke,' Va. arrived Sunday for family spent, ,the weekend where she visited Mr. and One Standard. Sii-Cylinder' !; one-
B Woodham in Jacksonville .
A. Kas, a senior at Phillip U>atver.sit Half Ton. Pick-Up Track
several,weeks visit with 'her par Sunday afternoon.Mr. )?,, Enid, Okla.. spending the with,.her parents, ;,Mr. and ,Mrs.J. ]Mrs. Steve Adams in Kensett The said Board of End Trustees 1-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. ,L.:SchoIL and Mrs. Eston Jordan and B. Spencer in Orlando: Ark.. her nephew Rev. and Mrs. reserves. the right te accept or re-
with her Mrs. J.
summer sister j-ct any or all bids.
e.,,;and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. family have returned from twoweeks H. Mabry Jr. and family.Mr. i;Mr-,.and Mrs.: James L-.*Harris Robert Burns Kemp in Jaspar, Hoard Of Bond Trustees Of
spent last Thursday to Sunday in vacation at Lake Santa Fe 1)(,Jacksonville, ,,Mrs. ,Jeannette Texas. and friends and relativesin City Of Starke, Florida a i
.. and Mrs. Garland Godwin t
Decatur Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. and Daytona Beach- While at and children.,of Cleveland Ohio, JJa rb.and,, ,:children and ;Miss: Dallas. and Amarillo, Texas By: Carl Johns 2t City Clrrk The I
D.O, Scott. They brought home Judy,Harris,of. Ashford.-Ala'were, and Hobbs. N. M. Returningwith ur
Santa Fe they had as guests Mr. Will arrive Saturday for two .
their daughters Marcia and Anne, and :Mrs W. T. Jordan of Shreveport weeks vacation at the .f3aIdWt Saturday:visitors;:of-Mr and;Mrs.R. her for a week's visit are Mrs. I. The Clr wlt C. rt. Eixhtb Judi.cl.l -
who had spent three weeks with a .' Cv. Dansby.Mr Toy Moran of Dallas and Mrs- Clrevlt Of Florida IB AMI For
their grandparents, the Scotts. ; La. cottage.on Kingsley Lake. They and'Yrs.'Jtatph Chitty' and Pat Miller of Arlington Texas. CITY Bradford OF STARKE("_w'",,U a n.a"I"Y M.iiiHpnlilr Our reputation is jut the opposite.Our e.ecK.OII1or

will also be visiting their mothers daughter. Marilyn of Valdosta Leigh and Danna Kay Priest of !. .e County of Bradford Mate of friends and customers num. oa wasMICllAftS

Mrs. Logan, Baldwin and Mrs-. Oa. were weekend 'guests of Mr. .Live Oak are spending.this week PlarMa. ber in the hundreds. We go out ;

when you needRELIABLE I, Bertha Pearce while here. and Mrs. Randal.Chitty. Marilyn I with their grandparents Mr. and PrtHleverV*. of our way to shoot straight witheerjone. I Dies,
Mr. and Mrs. O.f" Sterner, Sr. !ST\TE: OF ... .
i
'. Ii i remained for a week's visit. Mrs. w. j. Dodd Jr. while their FLORIDA. tttr Tn" .
.
payees Property Owen and n l-
I and granddaughter Belle, were E. D Tenly returned home Saturday mother Mrs. Dan Priest is confined seas .f tke Cllr of Starke. InrladI MJv O'CONNEll
GAS SERVICE visiting'Mr. and Mra.-E.H. Si mer -after five weeks confine in the hospital with Hepati- f.R >- .Menft WBtaK property f nough to'JUcomodate .__". O"'V c seas
in Orlando over the weekend. General Hospital.Mrs. tus. or. subject to taxatio thereto ig
ment in Alachua
R..p..e. SIG
'\ Mr..and Mrs. Frank Herlong.of .- Nelson Sellers,and family Mr. .and Mrs. Phil Turnure of OilIER TO SHOW CACSB Itjwh to Appreciate .. I
THINK OFTANKS Saluda S.C. are visiting her son, T. The State Of Florida ThroeghTee ..
BLADE GAS moved back to their home in Dunedin were overnight guests State Attorney For The Eih Dr. H. H. Adams and family this .Iar1a.1Da-.la5LWeek..Mr. Sellers Monday of Mr. and Mrs W. E. -. Plus "Temor Faces Ma Goo"

week observation and Dowling.
who underwent "'
Cartoon.
FROM.&.GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP 'Mrs. Thomag Peacock ,Jr. and treatment in the J. Hiffis" Miller I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill were In i 9 Thai Our Business I .

I children of Gainesville were visiting Medical I Center tn Gainesville the. I Statesboro Ga. last week visiting If It's Glass We Hare III!

PHONE- WQ. 4-3551 her: grandmother, :Mrs. Bertha past wrek will join- his-'family OOWednesday their son-in-law and daughter. CALL WRITE or VISIT I. Sun., Mon. July 5, 6,

Pearcev .last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix. .'-

I cal..Mrs.patient Horace in..Knowles Doctor's is"a Hospital.Mrs. medf-.' :' Joe Peters Glass Co. .. USANOBSESSED !

J. M. Lott Sr., and Mrs.
Inca Hamilton of Jacksonville will FOR ANY GLASS NEED ....:I "",

be Friday and Satudlay guests of We Design Modern Store Fronts "c f lr

Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Dill. Just Mail Us A Pattern for 17NNFt/

r t" .MrsEugenia D. Worley and Table Tops I tI.
of son. Jamie of Aiken S.C. were 'L .
last Tuesday to Sunday guests of 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 '

Mr. and Mrs., Claude Crowson. I
S R Mr. and: Mrs. Rene'' Garcia of ..


:. ,PcS O T I ,C'E bouse Camp Neva guests[Flowers Blandng Misses of had Cyvette Jacksonville as recent and 'I Ritch's Fruit & Gifts Starke, Fla .Plus" Cartoon."Droopy's Double Trouble


Beach.

: :"f ,t .' ', : Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Hill have s. .J''
., tt_. Tues., Wed. July 7, 8
moved from West Call St. to 610
,. i I N. Lake Street in Starke. !
Mr. and Mrs._ Lee French and c t li nMI
.
,
.' .: family of Albuquerque N.M. and 1 F- tnattaau,. n'ntvn i t1 I
; .u.ru
I at4
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monk and x.w. r 1uht r
:
1 Mrs. Thelma Steele of Gainesville
f will be weekend guests of Mrs. ,, ,

W.B. Mundy and family at

.1 Kingsley Lake.J. .
; C. Vining of Deland was the 4 tr L eti

'EFFECTIVE f nJIThY 1 1WE; \WILL PAY nlN- L.weekend D. Vining.guest of Mr. and Mrs: f S

Mrs Ben Rowland is visiting relatives 1 (. 1i
H
,
in Tallahassee and Apala- I Met-r
J 1 Itr
chicola for two weeks.

TEREST ON SAVINGS I ACCOUNTS AT' THE V.. ,White. .Mrs. Kate Monday Sheppard night was visiting in Fort I +r


friends and relatives. [J. S:301 SOUTH STARKE FLA. PH. WO 4-0575 -
: ,"., ( ;:
Kimberly Bailey of Washington '
: Ga. was a guest last week of Mr. Ornamental Concrete Products :. -,.

: RATE-OF 3% PER lAND THE :HIGHEST and Mrs. H. ,H. Rabb Jr. and "WHOLESALE TO EVERYONE" JiW_- .' .

{family. They an attended the ,;It;, .

.. NEwberry Watermelon Festival on
iTMcoa HJHJTUIJIi #
Saturday where Mr. Rabb was a
i judge in the beauty contest. = 1 aa.culftJwIlCla :. j
: IRATE ALLOWED m1AW. .FUNDS 'c' -- w'j.. I
.
Mrs and Mrs. Lester Crews and =-- = -.,.etde..C-- or Sill- -
daughter Carolyn, have ,returned 1..1 e..7_..aa.rar I I

:! from a twoweek vacation in Yellowstone e @ ,

: DEPOSITED "BY SATURDAY UUIY :L 11 11''WILL Dr. and Park.Mrs. && Mullins'.and.. '- WEEK TIllS Plus "Sleepless Night" Car.

;l family of Starke and Mr. and Mrs toon.

;j W. E- Howell and family of Ashevifle -

.. N. C- were, vacationing at

DRAW INTEREST FROM THE 1ST. Lake Mrs Weir R. Andrewi last week. and .family tfA Thur., Fri. July 9,. 101VPMovTk

I spent last week at a, cottage on '
,tfew' Smyrna Bea h. Mrs Dave

<. Paulk and daughter. Sylvia,.spent
'. .
?\"er l-da1s.with.them. .,
"'; Quick' and Mrs. .RaJ '
; [ ?'- ., .Harry eo
Burch and son. Joe. and daughter.

AmY.,.of, Washington D. C. spent

last week with Mr-, and -Mrs. C. i
: ;
WILLIAMS JEWELRYONE
-" -, H- Quick. :
"Mr, and Mrs H. L. .Hifl and RESIST IT! ,

,' .-t-l. .,t '. ; children of .Kewannee ID. a1 e .

I., r.< -::-tio-.t.; ; : \ I F LOR= I DA -.' .. .- '- visiting Dir and Mrs. Barney Mcr CARAT, 3 POINT I't a >t
'
'4. '" i Rae this week.

.. .Mrs- George. Fortunas and
IJ children ol Apalachicola are SOLITAIRE DIAMOND

f';.: jp ',.. . ; KAT STARKE spending & ,month with ,ner parr 1 -4 I
j t,i-r ; : eats ReT and.Mrs R- E. Mac

.
I Blain. 1
.. .. One.of M Buk ti the Ploy!da Nations Gr.., Slwaber Federal D posH "...*Cn.* D. G. Scott of Decatur. Ga. is Regular S -
.. ,. : .; ::"' spends this week with his T ,

,..I 'i( <** -.-' r' daughter. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. N

." and family. $1,250NOW
-- :..'l.' .. !r Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold Smith of ; $ ,

,;. ... # : : : : :, Auburndale were'llonday visitors.
.
:: : t: .; -.- .. .' '. .. : :...,.i-.a...,, .t .. of Mrs. Effie Johns
.. .. A REAL BARGAIN .-
.l" .;r1, '# :- Mrs.Paul Men* is expected PJus'MIJUIe'tohnny: JetCar-
Ji .. .
:- ;. fecmr this weekend+ from -Toledo.OWoi .

: \ 'i\ ,', ,,. III where ,&*, 'attested ,tIM Come J.i/r And; See For Yourself toon. 1
i funeral-. hen fa e!.; ,Walter ,

.. -- ,..- -: r. ..,...... ... __' .'; Mouch, 'last Friday. < ..... T I. -- - '
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'. I .Mr. and Mrs.. Beecher W. Payne Mrs. .Bertha Pearce and sister,' Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the Scott Stevenson and two friends!' JBdirlal flroU Of SaM Slate The ... -- -. -
and family moved to Tampa Tuesday MtIW..T.' Saxon .of Oakland *>c.eral Properly Owaen. TajpajT -
'
I : ; weekend with Miss Gertrude cf Decatur, Ga. will be weekend;i riticeB And OU..n IlatiBK Or -- #
where their address will be Park spent the early part of last Knabb in Jacksonville and at- guests of :fir. and Mrs._ O. L. Haynes riaimiac .,.,. nijtfcl.; Title Or I.-
1901 ..N. .Howard Artnue. ,Air. and Mrs. B. % tercet la Property T. Be AffectedBy
week with JUr. Haynes ;.ended-the wedding of Joan Myna- Jr. at Lake Santa Fe. The IwaaBre til The City OfMarke.

Payne has taken a position with in Winter Haven- ham and George Dismore on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wrye and Florida. Of Boada Hereiaafwr FloridaTHE
UK Cbjontariala ffigb Sdwol and ')frs. Nelson Green is visiting, mfternooo. More Partirvkirly De eHI>ed.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scheen and Or T. Be Affected IB Aay RaeThereby
THE Mrs. Payne will teach at the ,her son-in-law: and daughter Sgt. Mr. end Mrs. Jaek -Haile and cliUdrea at Miami '
1N NEWSMr. Adams Junior,;HiP School. Mr. ,md.Mrs. Donald -Hardenbrook at family RID' spend the weekend are spending Ton and each of rou are hereby
several days with Mr. and Mrs. required to appear on the lath day
and Mrs. L. T. Johns.hare purchased Fort Campbell. Ky, for two weeks.: with his mother. Mrs. W. G. Haile. Tyler Jones. of July. lSi: !s, at 1:30 o'clck: p. m.
Jr ",- ..,.,. .,. .,. .,.,. _,_,_ _.. the Payne home at .1361Bl&nding Mrs. Canton ChastaiH attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson and j t before the Circuit Court of Bradford' A T R:[
l street. Saratoga Heights.Mrs. Convention Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and j Cjnnty, Florida, at the Court House
Florida Sheriffs of Jacksonville
family Sunday 1
were .
and Mrs. O.L. Jordan of Miss lone Mizell of Jacksonvilleis in Starke. Florida and show cause
{ Lucile Davis returned 'last in 'Naples with Sheriff and Mrs.. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. son. Butch, attended the Florida why the prayer of the Petition filed
Shreveport La. gill be Weekend spending several weeks with -
Institute of in the above entitled proceeding
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eston Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell. Friday after spending the past P.D. Reddish last week. Hardy. tug convention Laudering and Clean- i should not be granted and the bonds Sat. June 4 Only
in -
nine months in "Scottadale, Ariz. Tampa June
therein described and the proceedings -
Mrs. Ovid Lewis and daughters Diane and Buster Ritch of Hia- '
Hol-
Mr. andMrs. J.G.
and
Mrs. E. P. Lee and sons, Richard Before home she spent 26-28- j. authorizing the I issuance thereof -
returning returned Sunday'aner two weeks lP8h are spending six weeks with
validated and confirmed said !a euR Yta enur
ton.Mr. and and John were visiting Mr. and two weeks with friends and rela- visit with Mrs. -Lewis father, J. their grandmother Mrs. Carrie Starke friends will regret to1 I bonds consisting of Four Hundred flf]
and Mrs. Jones THETtoE
W.
TYler- Mrs. ELee in Jacksonvillelast tives in Los Angeles. Call. and learn TwentyfiveThousand Dollarst45,000.00)
Rich. that Mrs.
daughter. Ginger Mr. and Mrs- Thursday to Saturday.Mr I M. Bedwell and family in Tchula Edward Charbon-i I Natural Gas Distri- "
also visited her son-in-law and .neau died June 25 in Bonds', dated June STOKYW
Bonnie and Mary Oraudon are q St. Petersburg i i baiion: Revenue <
Mrs.
R. A. Jr. and Mr. and
Green. and Mrs. Ralph Dixon and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miss.Mr. hospital after J I 1. 1$5J! maturing serially on June
Roy Wingate celebrated the Jones' family of Winter Garden will be Smith Jr. and family in DeFumak and Mrs. J. F. Robb and spending the summer with 'their a hort illness. I it l I of each .f the years 19(2 to 19S8, JESSE
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. S. A. both inclusive, bearing interest, pay-
25th anniversary with a
wedding children of San Antonio Texas
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. returned able semi-annuaUy at such rate as JAMESM
Springs. The Smiths
dinner at the Green Turtle in Guy Sale. I home with her to spend the week- spent the first of the week with Wentling in Palmyra, Pa. Hospital AnnouncesTwo shj.ll he determined up<'n the bale
Jacfcsoville Tuesday evening.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill and Miss June Harding has returnedto thereof not In excess: of six per! t niaMscovEll1
Mrs. L. C. Smith home Baby Girls
r returned end. centum .i per cent) per annum a
and Mrs. Robert F. Clardy !Wednesday from Bradford County lira. Effie Johns had arSatuiuday i family. her job in Atlanta, Ga. after more particular des'ription of said
and baby of Atlanta spent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Prather and two weeks vacation withher par- Bradford County Hospital bonds being contained in the P tition -
anicounces
I Hospital where she underwentfoot guests. Mrs. Lucia Strong ot I : filed in this' proceeding.
day to Wednesday with Mrs. Sarah surgery last Thursday. Rochester Pa. and Mrs. Rosa I childxrn> of Jennings! La.. .Arrived exits Mr. and Mrs. T.B-; .HardingSr. the following births: j I DONE AND ORPF.RED at tarke,
I I Mrs. Hardin and June .I Florida, this the 2Ind day of JUDe
and family. i spent
Hunter for.lien with '
I Sandra and Elaine' Brown of Baisden and George Baisden of Thursday j : days visit Mst week :Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ ot : i9iS
Mrs. Frazier Shaw is-in Detroit. I Cacon Ga. are spending ten days Jacksonville and Mrs. F. W. Webb Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and rel at Daytona. Starke, a son, Mitchell Dale June 1ST! John A. H. Murphree
Mfch.! weekst"ith her atives. Mr. and Mrs Seeber Goodman 24. Judge of the Circuit Court of
for two
with their uncle and aunt Mr. and and Mrs. Johnson of Hawthorne. I the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
bicther-in-lay and sister. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles. The Miles will Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Holton and Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Mamie and family spent Sunday at St. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rowe ot Florida in and for Bradford -'>r- .

Mrs- Charles-Schaeffer. also have as weekend guests, Mr. family returned Saturday from Anderson of Archer were week- Augustine Beach. I Starke. a son, George Flullips,I I County. ft; :!!:; 3t 7"
Miss Anna Reed will return to and Mrs. 1> H. Goldsmith of two weeks vacation on Lake San- end guests of Mr. and Mrs E. M. Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove. June 21.Legion.

her home In Tampa Sunday aftera I Warner Bobbins Qa. and Mr. and ta Fe and in South Florida. Davis- S Springs and Mrs. D. J. Clark of t 1 .
month's visit with'Mrs.. Sarah Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dayton Tampa have been visiting their -GULF TIPS- pA .
Mrs. W.H. Wilder and Cindy Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and spent
sister Mrs. C. D. Williams the BaseballersTo
Hunter and family.Mrs. Croker of Miami. family have been vacationing the the weekend at Daytona Beach.
Owen Vaughn and Mrs. past week while she has been con- ; Y
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knight, Jr. past three weeks at Fontana N.C. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and. daughj fined to bed with virus. Play Lake ButlerThe by ERNEST TANNER SysE
Robbie Shaller spent Monday and Mr. Peek returned home ter. Evelyn. leturned Saturday
of Neptune Beach and John Brow- Sunday 640 N. Temple Ave.
Tuesday in Tampa as guests of er of Gainesville will spend this while his family will remain in from three weeks,visit with friends Diane Firth is spending six Junior Boys Baseball team,

Mr. and Mrs. T.H- Freeman. Sr. weekend in Starke as guests of Dublin Ga. with Mrs. Peek's and relatives% 'Manchester weeks in Michigan where she was sponsored by Legion Post 56, will

They attended the funeral Tuesday Mrs. D. E. Knight. mother. Mrs. W. H. Holland this Douglas, and Bailey,.(Ja. Sandra at camp in Sheboygan for a week play against Lake Bulter We01es-

noon of Mrs. James West. Mr. and Mrs. J- J. Moore of week. Slade of Baxley returned with and is now visiting friends and day July 8, at Lake Butler.

!.t. Co!.--and Mrs. J.A. Griffin Waycross, Ga. were overnight Miss Helen Morton daughter of them for a week's visit.:%Her'par relatives- in Belleville and Flint
and Mr. and Mrs. F.B.] Beard Mich. and in South Bend. Ind-
mests Monday of Mrs. M. H. Lang Alexander Morton. Rt. 1, Starke ents. Mr. and.Mrs..Will Slade,':,will
v.111 spend -the ekelidt_ the spend the .weet -WIth-.Mrs.. Sin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth and CALL FOR BIOs
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Sealed bid
recently won the silver wings of a wm '* received
Griffin camp in the Schub Mr. and Mrs. Frank Castleberry United Air Lines stewardess after clair ,and J.trs.W.<;. >. s...>SbJde.. son Barry and Joe Gardner the l"oard Of Bond Trustees of the by '
Aljr. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher spent the weekend at City of Starke. Florida.
Mrs. Caro1..TU.tedgrave and son. Daytona at the City w
of Auburndale were visiting the completing _the company's train. Hall in Starke
Jr. and family moved ,last Satur- wUinrMr'indMrs Beaeh. 'I'heyW also spend this Florida until 7
Wayne,.were : o clock ,
Lawson families last Wednesday ins school in Cheyenne.. Wyo. She --, ; p. m on Tuesday July II
day from Camp Blanding to their and Thursday. aboard Mainliners Charlie Parker ,in Cocoa las coming.weekend at Daytona AD. I95J at which time and place
now serves flying all
new home on.Eo Call street week. Mrs. Edward Burns returned bids received will Ue public! i
I Perman Roberts and Jimmy in and out of New York City.Miss opened and read aloud on the fol l
Mr.'and' Mrs. Edwin Quimby of! Lawson were visiting Mr. and Mrs.A. Norma Rooks ,of Pratt :Mr.. and ,Mrs. Maxie- Carter.Jr. Monday from three weeks vacation lowing: L i
Roanoke; Va. arrived Sunday for and family $spent" the weekend where she visited Mr. and One Standard. Six-Cylinder one-
B. Woodham in Jacksonville
Kas., a senior at Phillips Univer. Half Ton. Pick-Up Truck.
several,weeks visit with her par. Sunday afternoon. sity. Enid Okla., is,spending,the with: ,.her parents, ,Mr.. and Mrs. Mrs. Steve Adams in Kensett, The said Board of Etond Trustees'
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L., SchoH.Dri jjB. Spencer in Orlando. Ark., her nephew Rev. and Mrs. reserves the right to accept or re- .j
and and
Mr. Mrs. Eston Jordan
summer with her sister Mrs. J. J"ct all
any or bid-
and Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. i;Mr-.,and Mrs. James L-/Harris Robert Burns Kemp in Jaspar Hoard /
'
family have returned from two H. Ma'bry Jr. and family.Mr. Of Bond Trustees' Ol f
spent last Thursday to Sunday in weeks vacation at Lake Santa Fe and Mrs. Garland Godwin I)!..Jacksonville ::Mrs. ..Jeannette Texas and friends and relativesin City Of Starke. Florida t0i I
Decatur, Ga. with Mr. and Dallas, and By: Carl Johns City Clrrk
Mrs. and Daytona Beach- While at and children,of Cleveland Ohio, Harris.aDd,, children .and ;Miss Amarillo Texas 2t rue
D.O. Scott. They brought home Judy Harris ot Ashford-Ala, :were and Hobbs. N. M. Returning uc
Santa Fe they had as guests Mr. will arrive Saturday for two ( .
their daughters Marcia and Anne, and Mrs. W. Jordan of Shreveport .-Baldwu Saturday visitors-of,: Mr. and.Mrs. with her for a week's visit are Mrs !. The Circuit C..rt. Eighth J>4|.. ,
the
who had spent three weeks with La. weeks vacation at R::Cv:; Dansby. Foy Morgan of Dallas and Mrs Hal' Clrmlt Of Florida !. Aa4 .'el r
cottage-on Kingsley Lake. They Bradford Cmiitr. I. OunrrrTPITY Our reputation is just the opposite. .CINEMASCOPEcoio
their Pat Miller
grandparents, the Scotts- I and''Mrs-'JtatPh Chltty and of Arlington, Texas. OF STARKE, a "..i"'p II.J
will also be visiting their mothers daughter. Marilyn of Valdosta, Leigh and Danna Kay Priest oLive f !. the Couatr .f Bradford, Male .1)pOur;e! friends and cuttamrrs num. s r oa tYae
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'Mrs. Logan, Baldwin and Mr. Oat were weekend: -guests of Mr, Oak are spending this week Ptorida. her In the hundredv We go out

when you needRELIABLE I Bertha Pearce. while here. and Mrs. Randal Chitty. Marilyn. with their grandparents, Mr. and Petlll.aerST.tTK "'..- I of our way to 6hoot straight with Dte IMSMr
., Ii i Mr. and Mrs. 0.F Siemer. Sr.. OF FI.oAID.o.lIp Tn. '
remained foi- a week's visit. Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. while their ,.,.... : everyone.Thaw .
Pr..rt Owners cad n1l-
I and granddaughter Belle, were::, E. D Tenry returned home Sat. mother, Mrs. Dan Priest, is confined -.. .f the City e' Starke. lurlad.tf .- O'COIBI

GAS SERVICE visiting Mr. and Mrs'E. H Siemerin UTday after five weeks confinement -, in the hospital with Hepati fi*.-renUrntf .wvfaic prnpertjT inough to\AccoRioaate .___._-.... eouooo

Orlando over the weekend.Mr. .. in Alachua General Hospital., tTi&. Mkjeet to Re.padeato.f tatatioa thereto. 9 StG

" ..and Mrs. Frank HerlonZorSaluda Mrs. Nelson Sellers and family Mr. and Mrs. Phil Turnure o OnDRR TO SHOW CACSB "ItSMwh to Appreciate '
THINK OF S. C. are visiting her son, T. The 8taU Of Florida. Thr (mt I .... -
in Dunedin -
home -
SLAKE .GAS moved back to their I were overnight guest!! The State Attorney For The Elgk1 I
: Dr. H. H. Adams and family this!!r Mariaona-.last.week,. .Mr. Sellers, Monday of Mr. and Mrs. W. E Plus "Temor Faces Ma Gou"Cartoon.

week who underwent' observation and l Dowling.Mr. -

TANKS FROM GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP 'Mrs. -Thomas Peacock, ,Jr. and!I t treatment in the J. Hfflis Miller and Mrs. J. P. Dill were in 9 Our- Business .

children of Gainesville were visit, Medical Center ia Gainesville the Statesboro Ga. last week visiting If It's Glass We Bart Itl!

PHONE WO", ', 4-3551 Ing her: grandmother, Mrs. Bertha past week, win join his family onWednesday. I their son-in-law and daughter, CALL WRITE or VISIT Sun., l\ on. July 5, 6SUSAN

--" Pearce, last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix. -
..Mrs. Horace.Knowles -is':a medIcal '
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patient in Doctor's HosPital: Joe Peters Glass Co. I

Mrs. J. M. Lott Sr. and Mrs. WWWARB
.
Inca Hamilton of Jacksonville will FOR ANY GLASS NEED

be Friday and Satudlay guests of We Design Modern Store Fronts a AwuD.fatrti

: I Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Dill. Just Mail Us A Pattern ford i'

t.: ,,Mrs. Eugenia D. Worley an Table Tops liVftMANOBSESSED I
son Jamie of Aiken S.C. were ,
last Tuesday to Sunday guests of 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 3.4353Hitch's

Mr. and Mrs- Claude Crowson. I

Mr. and- Mrl. Rene Garcia of

: Camp' i Blandng had as recent Plus "Droopy's Double Trouble" -

;, N O T I"C .E Neva house guests Flower Misses of Cyvette Jacksonville and Fruit & Gifts Starke, Ba.i Cartoon.

Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Hill have
': '-'{' i Tues., Wed. July 7, 8Plus
moved from West Call St. to 610

.. .'t N.. Lake Street in Starke. r
: Mr. and Mrs.. Lee French and'amily I ttwi
,. !!l of Albuquerque N.M. and I.. lrtnttealss TF t; h i i 1 K F exwv
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Mr, and Mrs. Harold Monk and

.' ii i il Mrs. Thelma Steeie of Gainesville !.vi/

will be weekend guests of Mrs. ,

t -i''i W.B. Mundy and family at .y
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tt'EFFECi'lVE j Kingsley Lake.J. "
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C. Vining of Deland was the ) 1 : .

!M 1 :WE fill PAYillN1 I 1] L.weekend D. Vining.guest of Mr. and Mrs. sr
I Mrs. Ben Rowland is visiting rel- > j--
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J; ativesin.,Tallahassee and Apalachicola t tatce--


: ': TEREST ON SAVINGS 'ACCOUNTS :AT f THE ;i .White Mrs. Kate.for Monday two Sheppard weeks.night was visiting in Fort itU.


relatives.
friend and S.301 SOUTH STARKE, FLA. PH.: WO 4-0575
: Kimberly Bailey of Washington
_.i :! Ga. was a guest last week of Mr. Ornamental Concrete Products

RATE OF 3% PER 'iANNIIM, THE :HIGH family.and Mrs.They H. 'H.all Rabb attended Jr. and the "WHOLESALE TO EVERYONE"


Ntwberry Watermelon Festival on
f STmCaAJHJTlllM I
; Saturday where Mr. Rabb was a

:. ,. W IRATE ALLOWED 'BY LAW. FUNDS i judge in the beauty contest. -: .' ''--- -- ltllllr--if'alaaf-..-!-.lIIaca- 3:
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),{r. and Mrs. Lester Crews and. = .lash.b.ra.o.-lall a R.I.a ad.-ats..
daughter Carolyn have ,returned -.--5A.aaw.e

.1 trout| a two week vacation in Yellowstone :6 o ,
Park ... ., O .:::::::::

DEPOSITED BY SATURDAY W 11 ;.j i .Dr. and Mrs. R.S. Mullins and /,/ "rEEK'S TillS ."Sleepless Night" Car

: ;] family ef Starke and Mr. and Mrs toon.

.,.! W. E. Howell and family of Ashevire. -

.' N. C- were, vacationing at

WILL DRAW INTEREST FROM THE 1ST. Lake Mrs.Weir R. Andrews last week. JIM .family Thur., Fri. July, 9.10HVPMovSTA

spent last week at a. cottage on J

New( Smyrna Beach.. Mrs. Dave

,. Paulk and daughter.. Sylv1a". Jent"eraLda's.with.them. '

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; : i 0-.Harry. Quick and Mrs Ray "' !
Burch and son. Joe. and daughter, AT

Amy. of. Washington D. C. spent t

last week with Mr. and Mrs. .C,,
;' IWAMSJEELRYrc
; H. Quick. ,
: : ,Mr. and Mrs. H. I.. Hill and RESIST IT!

; ,.,. ... ; children of .Kewannee m. a

:_. .r -.a: ":': t FLORIDAIAHK : I ,' visiting Mr: and Mrs. Barney Mc-: ,ONE CARAT, 3 POINT

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.
r Rae this week. .

r .. .Mrs George, Fortunes and
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children of Apalachicola an ;SOLITAIRE DIAMOND
.1 -, AT STRIKE spending a month .with .her par

) .' eats Rev' and.Mm. R. E. Mac

B1a1n. : 1
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One. .of it Banki .f the Florida" ICattooal Or 0vp AlMBbei, Federal Deposit lutnue, .Cw*. D. G. Scott of Decatur. Ga. i s Regular S
:; '1 ,
; pending; ; this week with hu

.,!t c, ; 'l i daughter: MrsO.. I* Haynes.. Jr, .
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,I.-., .-,:,. ,... .- r : 1 and family. $1,250NOW
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W. / ." I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith ol f

.- -'" : "'''0 'f.,. : '" .. : ". _.. .. .. : '. ..' : : ..: Auburndale Monday \visitors-. -
Effie Johns-
;.. .." of Mrs.
.. j' t, .t Mrs; Paul Men* is expeetecfecme MA REAL BARGAIN .- Plus "Little' Johnny Jet" Car-
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: : ,. this,weekend from Toledo, .

I Ohift where she, 'attended -Uji Come ,;in'And .See For Yourself toon. JI

funeral ef her' father,? Walt tea:!

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WSCS EntertainsAt Mary Agnes MatthewsIs Men's CJothin III'I
.III. ALVAREZ' STORE
Lovely ReceptionFor Winner Established! 1894 ,II' .

Pastor And WifeThe : Of Press AwardsI

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Methodist W.S-C.S. en- Mary Agnes Matthews of Starke RiiiiELFresh
tertained at a lovely reception in i won two awards and was first alternate -

Fellowship Hall Wednesday eve- for a$150 scholarship during -
G1acIy Mooty- ning of last week honoring the CrosbysObserve the two-week School Press In- Fish Twice Weekly From Cedar Key

new pastor Rev. H. O- Boyette, titute which closed at Florida
and Mrs. Boyette. State University in Tallahasseelast ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS, POULTRY AND

Miss Brown Sunday School Class Standmg in the receiving line Friday. ..
[ Shirley .
., PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIESALL
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fifc -
fi
%* % Competing with 95 other high
were Mrs. E. Perryman, presi- i
EAr. Bill Gnann -bids{ Swim Parity\ dent of the W. S. C- Swho intro- fci AvW /; school journalists from 11 states. AT REASONABLE PRICES

\re Wed June 12Miss \t<' Kingsley LakeThe duced the members and guests to .1Y nR1 the was one of four receiving a

the Boyettcs and their children, r Citizenship! Award and one of six Open ALL DAY Sunday
W Phebean Sunday School Steve, Linda Phillip, and Ray- /'vB r- who were presented newspaper

lass: of the Madison Street Baptist mond. Mrs. W.L. Blair Invited 25th awards. 617 E. Brownlee St.- Phone WO 9.1093 Starke, Fla.
Church held a swim pal ty and guests to the refreshment table The awards were presented by '1
overed dish supper at the Kings- which vas overlaid with a hand- *1j Dean Lawrence Campbell of the

iey Lake home of Mr. and \ lrs. L. some cutwork cloth. At one end FSU School of Journalism at a

k. Canova Tuesday evening' of the table was a lovely arrange- > nor- f banquet closing the institute last TREE SERVICE
COMPLETE
The 40 guests included members ment of mixed summer flowers Friday night.

and their families. :and at the other end was a large '

:- AY vI crystal punch bowl. Silver trays Soil Conservation Pruning Cavity Work
n.eld cake squares and cookies. '''';;' 4ver Bracing Tree Removal
: ,' .. Hunter Hostess
9 t Sonya i Mrs. Titus Olson, in charge of sar-; + i District Elections De., (ossing Transplanting
Slumber refreshments, had presiding at .'
-- For PartySonia To Be Held July 14 ,9
=: Free Inspection!' and Estimates
the punch bowl Miss Mary Kath- t. .. .
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Hunter was hostess it a S. t
aiin Wainwright and Mrs. G. 141 soil
c ta Elections to select con-
', -1--'. slumber party last Friday eveningat NpwcombIn charge of arrange- L y"t servation district supervisors will SAPP'S$ TREE SURGEONSPETE

her home on Lafayette street. ments were Mrs. Foster Shi Smth cL be held Tuesday July 14, throughout -
The girls enjoyed a hamburger and Mrs. C. E. Johns. Florida.

fry and games during the evening. During the reception Mrs. C.E.. Two supervisors will be electedin SAPP, Owner

c Attending the affair were Virginia Hernwall and Mrs. Lloyd Green Bradford County at this time STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965
P 4 Erwin, Martha Weldon Judy La- played piano selections. with polling places designated asColson's
Hren- P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palalka, Fla.
Marjorie Whitehead
sawyer Store. Brooker; Carter'sStore
da Lewis, Lynn Pertnt. and Anna Health DepartmentsHold Heilbronn: Waters Store. AGENTS .
Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617
.J Reed. V( Annual PicnicThe Lawtey; and the County Agent'soffice
... Starke.Landowners. Gainesville, Fla. Ocala Fla.
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who are qualifiedto Phone 1631;) Lake City, Fla.
bouquet was a cascade of pink and Bradford. Clay and Union Mr.: and Mrs. O.E. Crosby of Miss Janice Conner, Miss Gloria in general elections are f
Health Departments held vote For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent
white carnations.Miss County
the State Farm celebrated their Crosby Mrs. J.R. Kelley Mrs. aIo eligible to vote in the SCS
Ernestine Brown was: her their annual picnic at the Camp twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Jmmy Crosby, and Mrs. Glenn election. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.

.__ u sister's only attendant. She wore Blanding Officers Club Monday Sunday afternoon, June 21. witha Stanley. 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4.3965
an ice blue lace over taffeta dress afternoon for employees and their reception at the Starke Woman's Inviting guests to sign the guest
Shirley Brown daughter, Miss Paulk Competesin
white families. book which Mrs-
complemented by accessories Club. was kept by
of Mr. and Mrs. William Brownof
and carried a bouquet of The clubhouse was decorated In Marcus Conner was Mrs. Bobby Queen ContestSylvia
the State Farm and Bill pink hydrangeas and gladioli. Betsy MatthewsHas a pink and white color scheme>> Crosby. Miss Patricia Crawfordof '

Gnann, son of Mrs. Inez Gross Pascal Carr served as best man. Slumber with silver accents. The tea table Jacksonville presided over the Paulk, who is Bradford t'ivFORT1) resTont1Just.
and William Gnann of Hawthorne PartyAt
Mrs. Brown chose 'for her covered with an Imported cut- iif: table and Mrs. P.D. Fancher County's entrant in the staLe contest -
were married in a beautiful daughter's wedding a dross of Ice Lake HomeBetsy work cloth held burning sweet- had charge of refreshments.In for queen of Die Florida State
candlelight at the home OUrti.
service blue with which she wore white pink tapers in three-brancher sil- the receiving line with Mr. Dairy Association, will compete Check .
of the bride's parents on Friday, accessories and a white carnation Matthews was hostess ata pink candelaba and silver com- and Mrs. Crosby were Mrs- against girls from all sections of

tune 12, at 8 p.m. corsage. slumber party last Friday nightat potes of nuts and mints. Crosby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. the state at the association convention (SWAP LOW PRICES:.
friends and members of
Mrs. Gross mother of the bridegroom the summer home of her par- Tables holding punch cowls L. Johns of New River, the honored July 8-10, at the RObert t' HV/ ---' '
Double families were present at the i: wore a sheath dress also ents, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews were covered with sweet-pink couple's son-in law and Myer Hotel Jacksonville.

before ring ceremony performed of blue with a white carnation on Kingsley Lake. cloths with fern pink florets and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Senator Johns, Mrs. Johns, Representative --
an arch decorated with
The seven girls enjoying the silver puffs festooned from the Spencer of Jacksonville and Mr. Doyle E. Conner and .
'ago palms and other corsage.A .
magnolia blossoms.greenery Two reception was held at the weiner roast swimming and games overhang. Tail baskets of pink I Czosby's brother and sister-in-law, Mrs. Conner will be guests of the
with Betsy were Gerry Beth gladioli and Dusty Miller decorated Rev. and Mrs. C.A. Crosby of association.Miss .
bride's after
home of the parents
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jnd wedding bells hung from
Mooty Lynn-Dayton, Cindy Sink the stage. Penney Farms. Paulk has neld many Brad
arch which the wedding.
was flanked by i Lee Darby Jane Hardy and Har- Mrs. E.R. Moench- and Mrs. Mrs. L-A. Canova escorted ford County honors, including Pol
cathedral: baskets of pink and After short wedding trip Mr.
a riet Louden. Mary Alyce Stanley served the guests to the recieving line. io Queen. Centennial Queen and
white gladioli. .and Mrs. Gnann are now residingat
three-tiered anniversary cake Mrs. Crosby wore a silver gray FFA Sweetheart. .
f The bride, who was given In Pine Breeze Trailer Court east Mr. And Mrs. DockeryAre which was decorated with pink lace afternoon dress over pnk sat- Judging will be on the basis of '

marriage by her father chose a of Starke. rosebuds, lilies of the valley and in.with pink accessories and a points gained and will follow the ,
waltz length gown of Chantilly The bride was graduated from New TechniciansAt silver leaves. white orchid corsage. convention opening banquet July J l .

l lace over taffeta, featuring a bolero Bradford High School, class of County HospitalMr. Mrs. Lamar Reddish and Mrs. About 100 guests attended the 8. 7.50-14 : ,
with long sleeves coming to 1959. Mr.Gnann attended Gaines- Harold Crews poured punch for reception among them Mr.\. and ..r4dF Black +

points over the hands. Her veil vIle schools and Is' employed by and Mrs. Earl Dockery of the guests assisted by Miss Anna Mrs. Jake Parrish of Winter Garden Rayon ,

of illusion was caught in place Clay Electric Cooperative at Keystone Oceana, West Va- took over Ruth Crosby and Miss Joyce Cros- and Mrs. Lucille Blackburnof
with lilies of the valley, and her Heights. Orlando.Mr. .
Wednesday as laboratory and X-
by of Jacksonville. Floor hostesses BICSTARKE '
::r- .
technicians a t Bradford and Mrs. Crosby recievcd ,
FOR DEPENDABLE PLUMBINGAT Ray County Hospital.The were Mrs. Jim Raulerson Miss I II I many silver gifts and a set of: [ FL-: Plus tax and recappable tire \
\ Shirley Crawford of Jacksonville. China on this occasion. FL'T
both graduates
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Iv Dockery's are I ,
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ECONOMICAL PRICES of Dell School Ashville, N.C. w .. \
Miss Fri. Sat:-'July:3 J-4
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+ They worked in West.Virginia and ConwayIs Hampton Woman I

CALL I I! rn North Carolina before coming to I Was A Teenage --, --
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/ DelegateTo :Dies f
t Starke. MondayIn
I
EDWIN JOHNS ( / The hospital's former laboratory i WerewolfMichael ,

technician. John Strickland will Girls State JacksonvilleMrs. Landon Yvonne Lime VtrestoM14Inch;
Phone WO 4-4975 / return to his home in Georgia
Florida Statutes Change Kathleen Conway'will represent BACKLASHRichard
(Goldwire Servicenter, N xt to Winn-Dixie) If Bradford County at the 1959 ses- ; Norcey Alene Layfield

sion of Girls State to be held at Widmark, Donna Reed TUBELESS
t COMPLETE INSTALLATION TT Madison Street WMU Brannen 43, of Hampton died In !
. Florida State University in Talla- a HIM Color Cartoon for Children
OR REPAIR WORK To Meet With hassee July 1118. Jacksonville hospital Monday j made for use on new and late-model! cars
: morning after an extended illness-
Girls State is sponsored an- "
Mrs. Coy StephesonCircle SUN., MON. TUES. here's the tire for
nually on the state level by American Daughter of the late Ben Lay- flf your car uses 14 inch tires
of the Madison Street Legion Auxiliary to teach field and Nora MCElroy Layfield July 5, 6, 7 -- | you! Made with Firestone! Rubber-X for extra .-
one
of state and House I mileage. Inner liner gives protection from ;
Now Open Church WMU will mee t girls the mechanics Mrs. Brannen was born In On Haunted
Tuesday Baptist morning. July 7. at 9:3(., local government, and to encourage Trenton, Fla. on Nov. 8, 1915. Hill I punctures. ...J.< ....-. ,,1,*A1Ji. .****>*" 4IIV .n,.. :.

o'clock at the home of Mrs. Co y] good citizenship. Survivors iclude her mother
LAKESIDE SKATING RINKAT Stephenson, Camp Blanding. Miss Conway, daughter of Mr. husband. ; her Vincent Price Carol Ohtnart LOW PRICED
and Mrs. Lacy Conway will be a Raleigh A.Brannen also All SIZES comparably

senior at BHS next year. She is of Hampton: one daughter Mrs The Tall Stranger t
I Available/ with black while ifcft-
or
First Methodist ,
of the Little Wo- N.mna -
president-elect Jean
Faile of Lancaster
LAKESIDE PARK ,i Joel McCrea, Virginia"Mayo
Circles Two-Three men's Club and the Future S.C.; three sons Rothelle Jones I i 11- P.Cartoon for Children 1 wall....rayon or nylon bodies;
Teachers Club and secretary-
Circles Two and Three of tin! elect of the Beta Club. of; Hampton; Tracy A. Jones,;I
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LAKE BUTLERTUES. First Methodist WSCS will meel t Miss Conway was chosen to attend Starke and Ardel Brannen of I Wed., Thur. July 8, 9 Take Months to Pay :

Monday July 6. at 3 pm. in th
AND FRI. NIGHTS -- 7:30 10:30 Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Lloy
Green will be hostess. Bradford County has no American brother, Charles H. LaYfield of Beutel, Madalyn Tracney 1 t
SATURDAY AFTERNOONS -.- 2:30.5:30 Legion Auxiliary. Miss Conwayis Gaines ville. .
THE UNDEAD .__ or -- -"
the only Bradford girl attending Funeral o-x-r.arr.rzr-r.-smr-r-r
f SATURDAY NIGIIT-7:00 To 10:00-10:00 To 12:00 PresbyteriansSponsor Girls State.Recent services were held in Pamela Duncan, Richard Garland .
the '
Bible SchoolThe JO a.Hampton m. with Rev.Baptist W. P.Church at Plus Color Cartoon DODD'S FIRESTONE STORE

BOOT SKATES 75c Births i ftc atmg. Burial McElroy .
followed at the
First Presbyterian Church
FLATS 50c family plot in Santa :
will conduct a Summer Bible Doctor's Hospital announces the with Fe Cemetery
School July 6-10 with closing: following births: Hc DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

Special Prices For All' Parties program and exercises Friday, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strickland me,in charge: of arrangements.SALE .

evening. July 10, at the Church, Jr. of DesMoines Ia. a daughter,
and Sunday school>> rooms. Linda Jean, June 30. Mrs.Strick NEWIOME1SAND

land is the former Barbara Houpt

daughter of Or. and Mrs. C.J.

Houpt.Mr. !
and Mrs. Martin Rodriquezof

FREE SHOW Graham a daughter, Carmen .
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EACH SATURDAY MORNING, 10:30: A.M.AT LONG BRIDGE .

AND NEW RIVER

THE Mrs R. F. MerrittTTVTYYYTTTYYYYYYVYYYTYY',
FOR SALE

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FORIDA THEATRE Cecil Gibson killed a five and i

one half foot rattle snake near
the branch that runs by Lester FEDDERS
IN
Whitehead's home. last week. He

said It had 14 rattles and a button..
"MAN FROM THUNDER RIVER"Pick Mrs. Beulah Mae Moody andMrs. 115Y.or230Y. :

Margie Dobbs spent most CALL US FOR THE BEST
Thursday afternoons skating at
the Lake Butler rink DEAL IN ,TOWN PARKWOOD ESTATESPratt


I Up Your FREE Tickets at the Following Merchants honoree Mrs. Brannen at a shower who last was week the attended -

by 25 of her friends and V l

Simmons' neighbors said. Thank you for Westmoreland and Jefferson Streets ,
Koch Drugs Starke Hardware Co.
the lovely gifts I am using them

Ace Electric Service Barksdale's now." Starke, Florida
Store
Dept.
Tommy Drake of Lakeland is

Terwillegar] Motors spending this week with Mr. and
Local Finance Co. of Starke
Mrs- Harold Shiver and boys-
Shepherd & TV
Radio Gem Jewelry Mrs. Ada Hammock of Jacksonville PHONE WO 4-2111
Robbins' Store Is visiting Mrs. Nan Merritt,
Dept.
this week. .
Crawford Bro. Gulf Station Denmark Furniture Co. A.L. Turner father of Mrs- OR WO 48681SD.Y. .
Fannie Crews has returned to .

f. Doctor's Hospital for gall bladder 1
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i'f : :. Y9 ** -J fcfl Eo1Jtih "** i gl Batl ,Check Count Garden ei's Social Security Rep. You are hereby notified that m East alone: the Northerly bound S. .OLLIE KENDRICK
'eilltQrlaF" suit for divorce has been filed ary thereof a distance of 1M.W Executor of the Estate of
QHi teqtv To'Be Here July 9 against you in the above named feet to a pnin of beginning Annie P. S IrTCounty :Court ota'eaGarden._ Court and cause and you are required Fu-n ,joint of beginning! thusdescribed 6|25 4t 7/15
to serve p. copy of your answer -
run South 1 degree and
*- r AButted *' II' .': .A representative of the Gainesville or pleading to the compaint on zi minutes East and !. The Caaalr Jadxr* C..rt. la
t- i" parallel to .
!* _.f FQr Your Toast* A rash .of .bad .check charges, the. .Rest&urant. is still on, Social Security office will be the lies,Plaintiffs 206 Guaranty Attorney Life Chas.Building' R. rieht-of.i-ay tiEasterly; of boundary Orange Street of the a And la For Probate.Bradford%.. e..t l-45,. Fl ria -
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and two drunk driVing'cases were toP'of Softball league, having at 'the courthouse in Starke on Jacksonville 2. Florida and file the distance of 112 feet to an iron IX RE' Estate of Walter S. Sibley
into Court defeated Development Commlsi original in the office of the Clerkof stake: run thence South 89 degrees deceased.OTICK.
Judge's
Fourth of Independence brought County \ -
Saturday is the July -
9 from 9:30
July
; Thursday, a.m. the Circuit Court on or before 45 Minutes! and 40 seconds .\ OF Flf.I"G PETITIONFORFIVAI.
Day. during ,the, .last_ five A days., sion on Friday: and Company C. .Persons wishing to transact social the 13 day of July ms: otherwisethe Fast a distance of 1J2.9S feet toan nlllRR! FOR
with .the same y-4. allegations of said Complaint KXKOTOR
Sunday score
: Ruth Jackson Stebbins. iron stpke; run thence Northdegrees
About all that some of us will do to celebrateis Leila On ,'n1esiIay,Waldo shut out Development seciirity business or secure in- vr'll be taken as confessed by you. t and 4 minutes Westa Notice is hereby given that ..theondrcned
This notice shall be published once hall filed Its Final Returns -'
to DWI chargeon
pleaded guilty a distance of 112 feet
to gripe about taxes the way the country.is 29and Commission,with a 10-0, f ormatiou ,..;g inyltea to see the each week for four ('On. c tive.voeks Northerly boundary to aforesaid : run- Administrator of the Instate;
sentenced to
June
run : things i i in general l' a fine of $125: or.was 30 days in jail. score, i and ?Maintenance :Shop: representative at,this time. graph.in the Bradford County Tel- thence minutes;North West $9 along degrees said and Northerly 43:- &J has Walter filed S. Sil.ley.petition deceased for dtetrlbn-? thatit

Here are a few items to think about to put Her driver's license was also revoked plastered Company C to a 22-11 Persons planning to visit the Dated this 4 day of June 1)59.OFFICIL.SKAL boundary a distance of 1S1.ft .- tion and final discharge: and thaton ,
finish.. Gainesville Social ( ) feet to point of beginning. the 20th day -of July. 195 9 it
those of us who might feel a little disgrunted at for six months. On the same Security Office CT RLKS A. JU nBr. Kxcepting Therefrom will apply to the Honorable TheronA.
: any portion
the Fourth day Jane Reddick Williamson posted Company, C took the game "ri-> ire reminded that )lie new I location Clerk of the Circuit Court. thereof lying within the Tawn; County Judge'of Pradford
times mood for
in a better : day. from Keystone by, default. is 411 Southwest Second By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk right-of-way of Eighth StreetPARCEL 'cnnty. Florida for -approval: of
-Your ballot is stillJouder than the thunder of a $200 bond on a similar Waldo topped Maintenance :Shop: Ave 1:11! 4t 72 C: Lots 1. 2. 3 and aid Final Returns, and and for for Final an
charge. South in, feet of Lot 4. Dowling Order of Distrlbut
dictators,.isn't it? Sunday,with] a 14.4 score and also NOTICE OF INTENTION I'strk Subdivision. According: to Discharge Administrator of the
Thf /'worthless check warrantswere 3VOTICB TO DKFKXD FICTITIOVS NINE plat of recorded in Plat Estate of Walter S. Sibley, deceased.
:beat Company C Tuesday 12-2. TO RKGIVTKII same
You still have all the butter want on D- UU.
can you In Clrrwlt Covrf. Bradford County Notice; is hereby given that the Book 2. Page 6P. of the.PubJjTIf"orcb This lath day of June.The A.
C. Fair-
toast can't ? read what .want in issued against A. The other ,.Tuesday game was tak- Florida! la Cbaaeery.tiargaret undersigned under the provisions of Bradford County, Florida Xational Bank Of +
your you you
p brother, Jr. Fairbrother posted en by Development Commission O. Tice, Plaintiff, vs. NeilV. (,f Chapter 20, 951, Laws of Florida Florida. JjicksonvilleBy
your pewspapers see and hear what you wanton $500 band on the first of the 13-8 Tire". Defendant Acts of 1941, will register with thf'CI..rk !.>r cash to the highest bidder. Fred J. Thompson Jr.
over MaintenanceShop. Case Xo. 12-751, of the Circuit Court. in and These properties will be sold aswhere Assistant Trust OfficerAs
your radio and TV charges, but has not answered the 'l'h ere. will; be; no games over .VOTICK TO APPEAR Tot n-ceipt of proof of publication of i... is with no representation Administrator Estate Waler S.

You've never been hit in the teeth with the butt other two. the weekend.bectuse. of the holiday address Nell V.I is!Tice: Unknown., whose residence and for ibis Bradford notice, the County.fictitious Florida name upon of f.e.rg thereof,made and a may. to be the inspected condition!by iibley.i DecddsY l- utIli

of a musket, have you ? and kicked into the John Boles. Gainesville,. was but..-next, ';.!esday Keystone You ,are hereby notified that a The Totem Poie under which I am appointment with undersigned. < OTICKKlertSo
because didn't to June 26 .with issuing two TOll meet Waldo,and t6arden'Rea- :nit for divorce has been filed engaged in business at 1466 X. I'ndersigned reserves the rightt >Two !l&1IPf'rnn' For ,.
gutter just someone happen charged! ?gainst you in the above named Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. -) reject any and all bids. Of .
like the color of your skin or the cut of your worthless* checks, but was allowedto taurant plays.-Maintenance Shop.: Court qofred and to serve cause a and you of are re- Carroll A. Mickey, 1466 X. Temple Ti.- successful bids must be accompanied Term* Of SMI'Fonr r..n"l..trratlo>an 'Each D 'Foriiradferd triet...
copy your answer Ave. sole owner.1)ated by cash deposit of 10
hair the of cheek bones make restitution\ on them early Thursday {Development Commission or pleading to the complaint on July II. 1 5 1'
or shape your this 25th: day of June, A. per cent of the sales price. .
this week. and$eystone will battle, and the Plaintiffs Attorney Gerald R. D. 1939! at Starke. Bradford County S Edwin T. Prevail Pursuant: to the Soil Conservation
You. haven't heard of anybody. starving. in a Waldo will meet Garden Restaurant. Hart; ?0l Smith Building, Jacksonille Florida. l lwi* T. Prevatf. Admmi.'tratorEptate Act\, Chapter 582. Florida Statutesof
),I. also chargedon tSOM of 1J5J.
Elsie Mann was 2, Florida and file the original 6/23 4t "fa of Joseph W. Prevatt, deceased 1349 and Chapter
concentration. camp in the good ole USA have June; 26 with passing a worthless :in the office of the Clerk of the notice Is! hereby given of an elec-
'* Circuit Court on or before the 13 :NOTICE: OF S\tK! 62' $ 2t 7/2 tlon to be held on July 14, 19a9 fort
you check.ttlemenFarmers. J i'i-n. day of July 1959; otherwise the allegations Please Take ;Notice that on Tllf'tday c election of Two (2) supervisors
A knock at the door doesn't send shivers up t JNjew pldsmpbileFor of said Complaint will beTaken July 7. 1959, at public auctionat In County J.dge*n Court J.nd for terms of fonr (4)PJ.U'F.Jt years t'arh.rOI.LnG .
as confessed by you. Florida.In .
the South door of the Bradford For Bradford County
and down spine does it? ) This notice shall published once Starke--County Agent's! OfficelawteyWater's
YQur \ Sheriff Office County Courthouse, 10 o'clock a. -m. reEBtate of ANNIE: P. SCHof'IEI.D. -
s each week for' four consecutivevteks Store
;. You aren't afraid to discuss the state of the na- Not To l'4ee! ,;' .. .In the Bradford County Telegraph properties undersigned situate will sell In Starke the following, Bradford Deceased.AOTICK OF FILING. PET1TIOV lI"lIbronn-"artt'r'3f!Store 8torer.r'OkerColJ1Oon'tt

tion over the backyard fence with your next-door July And AugustA gIn Sheriff\ :P..O.. Reddish announced Dated this. 4 day o'. June. 1939. J PARCEL County A Florida: Lots to-wit 4 and": : of FOil FINAL ;IHTIHRKB OFF1ECITOR Polling places) will\ be open b*.
? this week the purchase of a (OFFICIAL SE3LCIIARLFs + the hours of 9 a. m. and 5
neighbor, are you Block 18, in Livingston, Truby To All Whom It May Concern: tween'
rew car for the sheriff's depart- A. TUnBY, and CO'". Add. to Starke. in Sec Xotire j is hereby ,given that I
Your ,street still rings }with the carefree decision not to hold any regr ment. He said he secured a "goodtrade" Clerk of the Circuit Court. tion !S. Township 6 South, Range have filed my final returns as ex- F'Al\\ qualified eshalir residing eligible ,,
; Crosby, District
By Marianits Deputy
the
within
laughter J'children doesn't l it? nlar] meetings during the summer ; Mt'k._ 22: East. -cntor f>f the estate of Annie P.
.le'tion.
"O ,
: {Cate-Heridry; Chevrolet .6,11! PARCEL R: A portion of 'the -horield. deceased: that I have to vote In this-
Yo\\ ched-bY a joint meeting of the OTJrR TO np.Fp.Xn of the Northwest Quarter (XW and that I will apply to the Ilon- the Florida
choice, can't you?. An go wherever you want Cattle- Redden 1 said he felt how waste In Cirrnlt Ourt. ''Bradford County 'A) of Section 28, Tp. 6 South. f-taWe Theron A. Yawn, County Includes any person qualified wider the to
( beards of directors of the ,, Jirne-Jor( a trade before .his Florida: In Chnacery. Range 22 East in the' City of Judge of Bradford County. Floridant Tote In general elections of
stay out late like. tins
td.ajjd as.'you
as men's Association and the FarmBureau 1957 Olrismobile.! hit the financiallzlIe (,lynn Pope. Plaintiff vs. Bernice Starke. Bradford County Florida 10 a. m. on Tuesday. July %8th.t Cor.stitntion and also Statutes a landowner in
YourGod is still than Evans Pope. Defendant and being more particularly described !?:;!' for approval n* the same and state who is
Government last'week.
mightier! your .' at the two-year-old depreciation Case Xo. 12-730:> as follows: fflr final discharge as executor of the Serein named districtAdministrator
; isn'tl: It e? County: Agent George Hugginssaid mark. The new car is an NOTICE TO APPEAR To: i For a point of reference commence she estate of Annie P Sfhofield. deceased. '.M, O Soif Watkins Conservation Boart t
tatC" .
Bernice Evans Pope, whose residence at the X\V Corner of said ':'2
In short -' .you're ,still your own man: ,a en't. the exact;.ti> le. and, place o.( ar-cooditioned.1959 Olds. !and.address is: Edison Geor ?W>,4 of XWVi and. run thence Dated this 2Jrd day of June. 1S59: "+. 6/25 =t

you? And how many people of how. many other the Annual' meeting to announced be. held in Mil. A -- w.-- .... ,.. r .- ---r--S --Y- -
would be
September
countries_ can make that proud.,boast? :at.a.later date. Over 200 persons

What at;- are kicking about, anyway? attended the fish fry and annual "

-l" y' J meeting\ last year: and a bigger;

..,.(Reprinted, with alterations, from'a July 1940 better turnout and fun sessionsis C .
hoped for this year. erj, e
issue of The
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Burns Monday v
!l.r-, ** 'V -rsv < 1 jg
Florida's new hat licensing 'law h wi1\\ ;sooty be,, In Reno s Section \

in effect, and it isn't, coping; pit toojearYiirT: I. .. :

the continuance pf the fantasticr.exp. iPIJ: 1he: Starke Fire Department

pleasure:boating that has. occurred i in" :,,1 t; wad unable to save a five room<< :

years, waterways, i in Florida, as. well.as"IOW er wood bungalow that caught fire ,
\ in the Reno section Monday morn
states! are becoming almost as crowded as highways : ;
ing. ;.ter, yt wrr ,
Assistant Fire Chief Red Bu- rT >:
This. .summer, 35 million. Americans will: ,launch, ford said the fire was too far

eight million'pleasure crafts of.ev e ry conceivable gone by the time the department ;:

typ M; Fiye" million'of these will he powered:! wy notified and able "to" reach

outboard, motors, and half will be piloted by: the scene. -

teen-agers.. One put of every four of these \!e said an unidentified Negro l 3 .- 4I x '
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woman who reported the fire at -" r
youngsters will be below the age where the or she when antd
him'lt
9CJ5 a.m., told started .. -r t4 M.i ... .... .
: a license to drive automobile. w. t I .... )
couiajpbfain '
an
\itchen stove exploded. ....... i;:4r- -n
Obviouslyr:1
as dangerous as our highways unless safety keeps l ty Negro Dave Simmonsand l\' .--. -= ...:

watch""at the helm. While statistics on boating his family. The house, a total .lw- ae1K ;: L -
yq 44 ra :
accidents are hard to gather, it i is. estimated tit, loss,, was insured by the. Charie. :

1,5JO.( persons died in water mishaps last-year, Johns Insurance Agency. II i z; '<# ".....-r
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The Fire Department also answered ir

an( that outboard accidents and facilities have .
call ..
a
early Sunday morning -
jumped 500 per cent over a five-year period. po.- ? '
when John Kopelousos
: s. manager -
torida's.. new. boat. licensing. Jaw,is the' first of the Garden, Restaurant,* :..I. --.-.. ......-' .'.' ... .

step'which must precede all others if proper spotted smoke. ? billowing in ,tile. '. v i Ah>lit 3 Iet(11;
safety measures are to be! ..takenyhen all boat? Gold House; Restaurant: on the .: :: 4--

pmy,red .by motors larger than 10 HP are compelled other side: of Tenipie Avenue. ; : ; .. .
to carry their registration numbers where, Buford said the smoke:. Gayle 'alrlso. tttl .

they will be plainly visible, it will be possible from an overheated gas oven anda ,
c
to report and trace the ownership of any deep fat fryer that wfr:$ .let, : ? .. : .. k
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burning when the restaurant clos-
boat that violates the recommended safety rulesi "
ed.? The appliances were turned
Th| n$w boat safety law prohibits drunken or off 4: ,i;

reckless pperation of ban casual by firemen. ,. ./. ,,,
night
boasts, : .Y.4... 'AM6f 9' .
skiing specifies minimum safety equpment"re-i ee El

quires mufflers on boat motors, and requires ski -. ...'-..... --'" .
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boats to have rear-view mirrors or, arry an observer .

in addition to the driver.

Any qualified\ l law enforcement' officer; may COMBINE "

mace arrests under the new safety law, but the 1 ;tt r't

public must cooperate by taking down numbersof '

the offending boats and reporting them to -
t t
,
proper authorities.The ALL

new law was supposed to be in effect this

month, but due certain delays in administration --
the registration of boats has 'not yet taken

place. That is unfortunate. The Fourth of July YOUR / I I ,
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p t 4
weekend would have been a good time to test its i : 4t ,
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effectiveness.Bariky .


Looking Banks BILlSI I :: 4r s


Gurney: Williams is not a man to take things lying 4 \r (t

down. In a recent issue of The Atlantic :Monthly *T: :-' ;s..;; *

he penned an open letter to his bank protest- + 7

ing "your jazzy new glass building and your bare ---'- -nr--- .... ..- -- ; d.4 F .-. S--- ry L,
counters with not 'single greenback visible to : ; ,. t

show what line of business you are: in.'? LOANS S T -

Continued Mr. Williams: "I have always been : :
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s
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awed by banky looking banks; that is why I + :

trusted them. When I wanted to negotiate a

loan, I faced a .steely eyed miser who made me vpwr

squirm while he pursed his lips and mentally

calculated his chances of ever getting a nickel of r

it back. It was a harrowing experience byt it

strengthened my character and taught me" the a., M ra is tlWa.
1- f k- k 4
value of a dollar.

'We heartily agree with Mr.: Williams about the $606'i .

desirability of banky looking banks, and would

like to carry his thought a step or two farther. ,
...
ea.e.r
Unt O veer"*eor+cous
We .he,;eby go. on record for churchy looking

churches, chooly 'looking schools' ,' and hQusejloojprigfh.ouses. i 4ipu S FiDct Us. ZE COKE H.ASMORE"F !I

\ Nothing' is' quite'so' disfbncerting { KING S

? ir/our estimation, as a churchthat looks like fpe-icUy': ,

a plate' glass version of Pike's Peak, or a house ,- -....*.*.,.arr.A .

that looks as if it, were designed by.a geometristwith .

the,screaming meanies: '- LOCAL FINANCE : ,,3. :' i' Get value, lift, refreshment,. too! Jjr


COMPANY ; t ; I :Be really refreshed. ... always buy Coke! ''i >

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,-.
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t &.T. X 7t.FLORIDA'S _, lip N. Walnut Street ;'-":' '. /' GET SEVERAL CARTONS FOR YOUR'P-ICHIC! :' ....

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Pabllabed Each TaWta* Emttnt C C.
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BHS Grid Star Young SwimmersTo Sales Totals f Sheriff Auctions I( Rev. Barber of the Holley Ford I 11 I ed for over two years I|II last Sunday with Bonnie Padgett and Jimmy Evelyn Smith of Jack-

Make Beach TripAn Baptist Church in Jacksonville Little Helen Sweat enjoyed her j I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ben visited ,m1l1e. Pam Lucas of Baldwin
Five Old Autos acting at the Maxville'. ,
was pastor
To See ActionIn Are Small ,I birthday anniversary Monday at ]his sister. hits Aare Pringle, in a Jimmie and Roxie Carter of Jacksonville -
(Baptist Church last Sunday. He :her home here
when her sister i ijmade i
outing to the beach (prob- I I Jacksonville nursing home last Hazel Wilkinson
Sheriff P. D Reddsh sold five I and Mrs.
also of
was a dinner guest Mr. and
j: her a birthday cake and
All-Star ably St. August,me! is planned for At Farm MarketFarm ;Sunday.
FrayTom automobiles at public auction and
Mrs. Bud Harris and family. treated her to a trip to the movies. daughter Shirley.
Monday, July 6, for students who Monday at the courthouse. The Maxville School house is now I I I Mrs. Junior and I I Doyle Pringle cousin of Mrs.
I II Goolsby son
Stalling BHS's 1958-59 have completed grade 2 or above, Market Manager J. R- cars brought only $150 due to, being remodeled. and the cafeteria j,and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family I W. J. Bell visited her Monday. He W. C. T. as part of the summer recreation their battered condition' and little I I is a Marine stationed aboard the
All-Conference tackle, will be one Wainwright this week released enIara ea. I I Ivfeited in Macclenny Monday with!. .
program L. H. Gibson announcedthis bidders. Es ex. C. T. U.
5: son totals on several crops competition among Mrs. Daisy Padgett and son Alvin Mr. and Mrs- H. A. Sweat and
of 11 hefty tackles to play in the iI i week. I "THE STEADY DRINKER
Those
handled .by the Starke market Hardy Brother Salvage bought and Buck Wellhausen and family. enjoying an outing to
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annual North-South All-Star high Busses will leave Starke at 8:30: during the past harvest. He said two 1349 Fords, a 1950 Chevrolet Roger North were visitors in Glad to know that Mrs. Earl I Kingsley Lake Friday were Mrs.I SOON BECOMES* AN UNSTEADY

school game at Florida Field in aJ n. and will return to Starke only a small amount of and a 1946 Buick for total Morris Bell and DRINKER.
corn and a priceof Starfee last Tuesday morning. is after daughter Marie.
Mcsley
getting along nicely
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Gainesville! ; [NATIONAL VOICE.
Aug. 6. Elementary School about 3 p.m. egg plant continued to move $60; and A: Williams.. local Mrs. Harry Padgett and daughter surgery In the Orange Park I Mrs. W. J. Bell and sons Harry ]

The North squad, for which Drivers of the Heilbronn-wtey through, the market, and the next i, jeweler bought a 1950 Packardfor Bonnie and Miss Carolyn Norman hospital last Friday morning. She

stallings will play, has seven bus and the Brooker-Graham- heavy action could not be expected: $90.All and Mrs. Ester Mann and is
now convalescing at the homeof *
tackles listed en its rosier, with Hampton bus will notify their students until pecan sales begin in Octo i' of the vehicles were aband- daughter July had to go to Starke her sister, Mrs. Tommie Smithin Sell It Rent It Trade
five of the of the pick-up time.
received
seven having ber. oned
on county roads or were last Tuesday to take little Ralph South Jacksonville.Mrs. .

college scholarships. Stallmgs has Parents are asked to provide' Strawberries were the largest picked up by sheriff's officers on Mann to the doctor. Surely hope : Charles :e
Tooters
WORD .
and son OR LEtS. 0. liberties. ..
a four-year scholarship to Florida children with enough money for I"stolen wairants. had Mlali Ckarge) .II
moneymakers by far, with an car They soon will be well. Randy and Mrs. Sidney Bell of I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OIKR 90 c. ....
lunch ,
State University. The husky 200 and cold drinks, or a packed W. .
average price of $6.88 for 11743'rrates been in possession for at least I We are very sorry to learn that Jacksonville! visited Sunday with I 20% DISCOUNT 0V! REPEAT IXSERT1O1S SAWS Ai
lunch that the '
taking
pounder received offers care
from
several 124 plntsl. Peppers broughtan three years.Sheriff 3ootsie Cannon had a wreck in Mrs. Hattie Nolan. Mrs. Tooters ,2Se ADDITIONAL! FOR BLIND! ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I* ADVANCE.
food used will .
without
schools keep re
but chose FSU. Reddish I
average of $3.81 per bushel or said two more Jacksonville last Thursday morn- is the former Sylvia Horton and

BHS Coach Lennard RegisterS frigeration. There will be no $6.450 for 1,689 bushels. Wain- older model cars both picked up ,ing and tore his car up. He was has returned home from California WE HAVE a new loan program for !N OW. The ultimate In prestige. (01
1d Stallings is slated to charge for transportation. (0( moonshine aids would be sold I farmers. Loans 01 1 to 6 ,
play wright estimated several weeks hurt, but not seriously. He has to stay with her family for tbe entire years. ENGRAVED bnsineas cards, U'n

right offensive guard in the up- parents Permission for children slips will to take be sent the apo> that 95 per cent of the pepper at auction at the. county jail next blood poison In his leg and was on while her husband Is on overseas of the farmer credit and his require.meats fam- engraving price Includes at this plate low). Never P....... before

coming All-Star game. He said tiip. Children should also have crop was destroyed by rain. Monday.MAXVILLE: the way to the doctor when the duty with the Navy. Al'l'oclatlol1.0 ily. Gainesville Production north Credit Vain.! Bradford County Telegraph IfCITRUS.

Etalllngs is a bit rusty at playing Seventy-two bushels of accident occured. Surely hone he I Gainesville. Fla.
cucum- tfcu
Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Miss Pat- ,
bathing suits and towels. I bearingles, container
guard but he expects him to play bers were sold this month bringing plmf will be welL grown. Also Plum Cantor
Regular swim classes will be resumed yyffVyyyyfrf/yTfr ty Famished visited in Middleburg RADIOS REPAIRED Apple-
Quite a bit.Stallings :: $2.85 per bushel, much below .1 Mrs. Earl Cannon and Mrs. Dan All Hakes -* AD Model Pear Hood and E&b'win FIg
Tuesday, July 7. Monday morning with Mr. and Grapevines,
(...._. Charges Persimmons eta Enr.gre..n
was four the Hargroves had to to Jackson- cvarmati
a lettermanIn previous average. Cucumber go Mrs. George Sculley. MiKPIIF.RD-a RADIO TV Shade Trees, Camellias, over
football in high school. He has sales for the year were 2,361 bushels ville Monday to carry Mrs. Can- I.... Creed Owner 400 varieties. Azaleas fine plants,
played end Three Games PlayedIn Mrs. D- J. Parrish and family 41Z K. Call St. P.... foil of bad and bloom. See
and tackle. at an average of $4.08 for a non's son Earl to a doctor. Sorry, WO 4-4OOI our
plants for
and Hattie Nolan visited Mrs. Starke. Fla. quality. We. are located
Midget LeagueThree total income of 965320. Other By Mrs. C. B. NolanIItILLLULLLALaLLaLLLLI h? Is sick and hope ne will be II miles east of Keystone Heightson

I totals for {he year Include: corn. much Improved soon. Earl Mosley In the Orange Park GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding IBritations Hiway 100. Thousands of plants.
hospital last Friday evening.Mr. with double -O. C. Cornea Nursery, Phone MU
envelope
lOv
70-Year-Old Addict games were played and 2,100 crates for $3.850 and a $1.83 Mrs. Edna Manning of Glen St., and Mrs. R. C. Dillard and tor 11.95.. Bradford Cour'v-Telegraph 4-4I95.: Flnrahome. Fla tf
Faces one was rained out in Midget average; crowder peas. 38 bushels Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Padgett Mary was a dinner guest of Mr. tf
Jail SentenceA their daughter and grandchildren FOR SALE-Large
League"1 baseball action last week. for $114 and a $3,00 average; egg and son of Jacksonville spent last' and Mrs. Dan Groves and family COLONIAL FLORIST home I'J acre lot. 20 cement pecan trees block
cf Winter last week-
Garden
Starke Builders Supply whipped plants, also averaging $3.00 or Wednesday ad Sunday with his Sunday.Mr. spent Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. All City facilities in city lIrDI,...
seventy-year-old white man parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pad- end with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Har Flowers wired any place. Flowers fiery reasonable. 920 Thomas St
Forida! Pest Control by an 11-6 $783 for 261 bushels; and butter and Mrs. Kyle Cannon and for all occasion Phone WO 4-3181.
With a long locally. Phone tfchg
record Minnie.
of and daughter
drug convictions *-ore in one game, and was lead- Leans 54 bushels at .$3.81 for ?ett! and family. daughter Ginger were the guestsof groves WO f-6l1.! SOS Eat Vona Sf. Itcng
was arrested here Mrs. Fannie Griffis visited In
last Mrs. Daisy Padgett. Bonnie Padsett -
5201.60. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Starling
ing Johns Oil Co. 26-6 in the
week and FOR RE Furnished HASTINGS
charged with two countsof Jacksonville last week with her apart- MATTRESS
Carolyn Norman and Mrs. and
came that was stopped by rain. family In Jacksonville Sun- ments. Reasonable rates. Near
fraudulently obtaining narcotics Mae Belle Norman of Highland son-in-law and daughter Mr. and shopping renter Phone WO 9-2011 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
In other Johns Oil Co. Boys State
prescriptions. games Delegate visited in Heilbronn Springs Mon- day.Mr. Mrs. Guy Frigo and family. rr WO 4-5134 or call at 21J S. 710' Lemon SL PalatkaFurniture
and
Mrs. B.
Griffis visit-
D.
5- Cherry St
won over Florda Pest Control (Shell Oil Co. Off lee.trchg.
Deputy Dolph Reddish said Addresses RotariansJohn t'ay' morning. We regret to learn that two of ,
Sid- 3. and the Pest Controllers man- : ed in Middleburg Sunday afternoon Repaired, Upholstered
hey L. Pincus alias Charles Miss Gloria of Miss Debbie Phillips' sisters and
S. axed a 7-7 tie with CommunityState Higginbotham with Mr. and MrsGeorge & Refinished
Cohen has already been picked Bank. Dodd, one of the two Brad- Jacksonville:: and Mrs. Junior Sculley. Our deepest sympathygoes also her brother. Griff Phillips are MATTRESSES

up by a D. Marshall from Jack- Games resume again next week ford High School students attend- Goolsby and son Harold of Bald- out to Mr. and Mrs. Sculley confined to the St. Vinccent's ros- Men's Leather New REBUILT

sonville. Pincus was on probation when Pest Control meets Starke ing Boys State in Tallahassee win, visited Tuesday with Mrs. over the death of their son and pital with heart trouble. Innerspringsand

after a Federal Court narcotics Builders Supply July 8, Johns l last week was guest speakers Gazelle Sweat and family. grand: daughter In an automobile The employees of the St. Mary's HALF SOLES Box Springs
convictions. Reddish Wednesday at the Rotary CluD. Kraft Corp. enjoyed a company Drop Us a Card or Call
said he did Oil Co. plays Starke Builders Mrs. Junior Goolsby and son of wreck last Saturday morning.
not know if the county would Supply July 9 and CommunityState Dodd reported that he and HankGraham Baldwin spent last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Leslie;:Sweat and fish fry last week for all of the PALATKA EA 5-9166

hold ,open the local charges a- Bank tangles with Florida the other Bradford rep night in Maxville with Mr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Eo D. Hlgglnrjotham employees and their family at the 1.50 upMen's STARKE WO 4- 'U
gainst the man. presentative fared well "politically" State Park on the Suwanee River
Pest Control July 10. Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family. i and family and Mr. and
during; the meet. Dodd was Mr. and Mrs. N.L. Cannon and Mrs. Riley Rhoden and family attended Mr. and Mrs. Bill -Norman and Rubber MRS. PEGGY SHALLEK Starke,
.
elected as a "City Councilman" family visited in Baldwin Monday a surprise birthday dinnerin family of Highland visited with Agent

and also ''Slate Representativei." with Mr. and Mrs C. B. Nolan MacClenny Sunday for their Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett and HEELS SSeSTARKE'S tfchg

STARKE Graham also served on the City and family. Nathan Cannon play- father and father-in-law, H. A. family last Thursday afternoon.

BUILDERS SUPPLIESIs Council and as "Secretary: Of tlie ed baseball with the Baldwin team Sweat. We were sorry to hear of the CARPENTER WORK '

Senate." against Whitehouse. The score We are sorry to learn that accident last Friday night In SHOEREPAIRING DOCKS, BOAT HOUSES,

Celebrating Its County .fudge T. A. Yawn presided was 6 to 1 in favor of Baldwin. Francis Coleman has been ill for which Johnny Lomax was seriously I ADDITIONS

: for the first time since his We are sorry to learn that Nattie the' past several days and is under injured. His condition Is still SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED

election as new Rotary president, Mae Padgett's father, Ed Sharpe the doctor's care. critical.Mr. 123 S. Walnut St. JIMMY RICKS Jr.

and outlined plans for the new of Middleburg, has been ill and We are very glad to hear that and Mrs. J.D. Paggett and 11 N. St. Clair ,
the I Across from Ph. WO 9-2951
club year. confined. to the hospital for the MrsDaisys Padgett's nephew. Donna Higginbotham visited Park Theatre

past week. Floyd Mosley has returned home Harry Padgett family last Sunday. HARMING LITTLE COTTAGE

New Automobiles We regret that Mrs. Sarah Jane from the army where he has serv- Miss Jacqueline, Joyner spent furnished at Hampton Lake. Good
I FOR RENT-Furnished garage 'Idling and swimming, sand 'bottom.
al Griffis has been ill for the past apartment on Kingsley Lake. Completely Reservations bemg taken from 25th
Crash Near LawteyTwo several days furnished except linens June on. $2 5 week per couple. See
ircnt by week only. Phone WO 14Ai. F. C. Clark at Hampton Lake, tfchg
Miss Carolyn Norman spent the : tft'hg
late model automobiles had day In Highland'.SundaY'with Mr. FLake or Sale- Sapro Electric. Hawaiian
View Beach Cottages on Santa "luitar &: amplifier slightlv used.
some of the new knocked off, but and Mrs. Albert Norman'and SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! }'e lake for rent by week. Furnillh..d. roorf condition. See Mrs. PUilingtonf

no one was injured in a collision family. I reservations. electric now.kitchen Swimming Make your and RotHnrton's Pfndio tfchjr

near: Lawtey Saturday. Misses Alen and Helen Sweat pirninng free. Parking 50c per car. S EE STROCT, REALTY for Home,
Anniversarywith Deputy Russell Redding said a spent several'days in Baldwin last lira. Maude Kahr Comer Box 67J, Farms Ranches, Groves, Acreage
F artton, Fla. Phone Waldo HO 8- and Business property We list
1959 Pontiac driven by Marion OBfrry. week. with their sister; Mrs.-Junior '!r.&!. 4n 7.2: loot ,oPt'rty with fro open Ifetng -
Gainesville, slid into the Goolsby and son while Mr. Gools. Go to )Jacksonville or Gainesville, orANYWHERE and adT. free. Also foe cat-
tack of '59 Ford f Don't pay rent put more sense i in logue. Contact Johnie Hansen Rep.
a driven by LottieL. by was away en a business trip. your dollar. See your Wheel Estates ; ml S. of Starke on U S. Highway
Franklin of Augusta, Ga. Red Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw to. get a price on your Dealer for Mobile. Homes that are :01 or call Waldo HO H-2831
clean unu ual values. Also high dry I 4tchg 7-2
ding said Berry was about to pass r.f Jacksonville visited Sunday and beautiful available

the Ford when a third car madea i with Mr. and Mrs. D: J.. Parrish New Car THEN SEE l.akeG.n4Ova Trailer spares Park. 1 ml. S.E. Well Filled and graded lots SouthWest
OVER $ oo left turn up ahead. Berry attempted i and family. Keystone Heights on Hwy. 100. I side Kingsley Lake. J. W.
,
$500.in TtrownW
4tj 7,9llrmo phone WO 4.1151! 7S
to get back in line and Mr. and Mrs. N.'E.. Ivey and -

slow down but couldn't find family spent last weekend: in St. that are ...df'tl by Lake Re r FOR' \LE-Blcycle boys English
Mem4 will fce f.... at Billy Jarfct'ned Racer. 717 W. Cypress St. Phone WO
enough traction on the rainslickned Petersburg with relativeS.. -.'n .pply Yard la rear .r I.U"%
"' road. HIlt Dad'. FaH.ry. Steel Boat
BILLY.DOWLING Larding M.t. II la x Id ft. F7LIRht. .*. GKXEHU COXSTRfCTIOJfVewt
.. Life RaftB. Llcht Flxtarei. Remodeling all types Florida
PIe.II'.c Sappltea .f all kinds looms car ports patio Free esti
FREE. GIFTS FOR YOU Steel foldingpot*. 1'iwd Faraltare. mates Call Franklin 2-8049 Galnesle. -
J Factory Prices \\ladcwn. \\ladow "cor.... Door. .' PI*. 4tn 7111
ale, rte. Call "'0 4-IOOI. oat for
Mr. Ckaaiea ar rvmr la t. see a. FOR RENT-To Adults in quite-
4& wk.a I,, f..... flabCarpenter R neighborhood furnished 3 room and
13: Years of Progress and still expanding and bath apartment. All conveniences..Xr .
C'ontractlng-Rplddt'Dtial{ and )lr". W. H ;Noilman, 518

will continue to keep abreast of times in the 4J One Quart FREE With Eachor Johnson Drawing, and Rt. 1 Blue POT 225-A Printing.Phone H. N. Cherry St. 2tchj $!25

woi! ;53 stp: 7/2
Building Supply Business. Gallon One you buy

}OR RENT-Store. IS z; 18. A-I location
main street Keystone
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE eights. Phone 4373: day or 4Iaoi 6 Months
"i -; 4tfhg 7H7:
Watch our ad in next week's Telegraph for
501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 FOR A LOWER PRICE Fen RENT-Housekeeping{ apart
full details. Be sure to register for these ments. Very rea onable. Light and Auto
Water furnished. 210 N. Cherry or Liability ,
Krs. Buliington at Bullington !Stuio. -
..... ACROSS THE STREET tfchg
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FREE PRIZESFIRST FOR RE Unfurnished S roomue.

I FROM SETZER'SlORE .. Available July 1tt. 71C WCypress $$15.00 .
St. Phone WO 4-2741 after
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PRIZE }:: /Y.Ott i p. in. 2tchg 7i% .

-Materials for S' x 12' Wall, Pre-finished Birch V-Plank '
AVON COSMETICS
Wall Panel), including Moulding\ ; Value 10000. '

} If! you need a food steady Income Doyle E. Conner

2ND PRIZE and can work only half days, sell

22" Rotary Lawn Mower. Value $79.95. AVON COSMETICS Experience
BUYING ANY HOMES
3RD PRIZE unnecessary. Write Mrs. Oulda Insurance Agency

Sweat P. O. Box 640, Lhe Oak
DeLuxe ,Sunbeam* Mixmaster. Value $ 9.95. Florida. 218 Temple Ave.

4TH PRIZE PHONE WO 4.4501

Plio-Vin .(interior), Plio-V ac (exterior) Latex Paint. A Check With FOR S4I.R

Value Equity on practically new modern
1000. .. .
!
... ;
tome ,
'\ ; in Starke 3 bed rooms two Saw
"'>*tht price n O.OO. Filing an kinds. Pick op Stow ,
5TH PRIZE All Companies! tt'rd and FrL R. A. Nettles. Starke
;
__ /l "utUJers Supply
Modern a bed room home In Starke, ZIp 75
-
4 Electric Ice Cream *
Quart Freezer Value $39.95. -
J1 I..', "'1. ft. area excellent) rondilon. -
} S FOR
.., ': :",:.11:;:<, Price for equity IS000.90.A. SALE OR RRT
'" \
>" 111
6TH PRIZE "$.:;<< e1. Weldon Street
.I. THOW.' REALTOR jrame bonse-4 rooms and bath
"
:Ted. Williams Spinning Reel with Hurricane Rod. .L: x .3* :WE WILL FINANCE FOR -.ot.'r M5 Tenple A.... Tel. HO 4-S7I1 refrigerator' and back, porches Gaa stove,

Value $35.00. I t, rR < .. _, r'tiiL heats and dinette circulaOnr set bot heater water
...
._.,- '" Y. Call WO 4-OJ54!
after
'#<- 12 YEARS ON BLOCK HOMES FOR RE..Tbtodrocm unfurnished 6 p. m. or
... I
7TH PRIZE ; house C. R. Wbitehead, Lawtey. contact owner at lilt Pratt *St.
Saratoga
1'b.a. T.F.141 Heights 2tp 7Why
,Z
itchg
DeLuxe Sunbeam Electric Sauce Pan. Value $29.95. 10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES
TIRE / In City Pound: 1 female Collie Pay Rent? Boy from owner,
.' 8TH PRIZE TIRELESS MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOW! brown I black and tan hound pup on very furnished easy terms borne., attractive little -
py. Owner may have by paying advertising Large cool
Porter Cable/1-4" Heavy Duty Electric Dill!. Value .: cost and board. Contactrity tal'ke.shady -yard. Mrs. W. H. Noilman.Itchr.

$29.95. -All-nylon cora MHonaster tires bv Cities Service We will finish your home or' we will put in your Electric, Bath Police 1teh TLtTZIER

Set Marsh Staple 'Kitchen Sink and Overhead all COSTLTAiTMrs. Apartment For Rf'nt- bedrooms,
JCaWnets,
9TH PRIZE last and last and .last Annie Hoilingsworth 711 West large living room dinette off living
Plumbing and put rip your Sheet Rock leaving very little for Madron! St. Phone WO 4-7$"'J4. Itchg room FuraIJlb@d. Modern bath.
Full Length Door Mirror. Value $29.50. ( Rtally this is a second floor bunga-
Tube or tubeless new Milemaster tires are yon to do. FOR RENT: -Kingsley Lake effi- law rAn WO /-24Aa ftehg

10TH PRIZE pound for pound stronger,, than steel. ._.'resist clncy* m"apartment"t". Call. or WO cottage 4-5011.by I week* ". Kingsley Lake. Starke Fla. Summer

Black and Decker 1..." Electric Drill. Value S2 .95. breaks. cushion ride and We don't charge for! travel. No down payment. Two months Nsi worthy. tfchrWant ': pletely Cottag furnished.-% bedroom bouse, com
heat blowouts, .. your By week Three
before first payment.: No red tape .no ,high pressure" sales. o!ed typewriter. Corona pre'erred _.....-< w ek* l,, summer left 11 to
11TH PRIZE reduce squealing too!Yet they're riced amaZingly men. We win can and explain to or what hare you.. 1 mile It July; It to 2 i July and 22 to 29
everything
yon (no charge) Phone
i j-ottth of Keystone P. O. Just off Aug. WO 4-JJ91 or contact
Corning Ware Sauce Pan. Value $5.95. low for such quality. ? X obligation. You owe It to yourself, to Investigate before Route 21. J. H. Tnllls IIPHOrE Merritt ft Ptsrk-H. wpliaras, KM E. Adklns lto

haying from anyone. We have gone oat of oar way to help FOR !SUE ---
All the above and more to be given away FREE. See. tA thi Week.t ethere, and we can help you. In restricted residential' area. 1 Small unfurnished houlle' r rent

Watch next week's ad for details -, where and whento o.rooms- i and+-.bath.. **..*%11'mile/ t to.Setter's oree... -building rooms at with 521 bath Temple at rear Are t)f store Con- I IJ i

register for more than You Can't Buy a Better Tire 1 to Save Your Uf fe! back porch. Living room 22 x 1 2. taet Mrs. Maude Mott at McCarthy's
.. Carkge and stVire boo... House Garage S miles 8Q Raiford Rd.
WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER: ". Minted inside and outside last falL HI''J
500.00 IN FREE .GIFTS SILCOX I Included floor furnace. attic fan. '
TONEY HOMES, Inc. TONEY HOMES Inc. lanre frigidaire. kitchen gas range LARGE ROBE
FOR SALE-Cel
and hot water heater both new etal-type bouse.
f P. 0. Box 106 Ray D. Forth Everything in excellent condition. 4 bedrooms, living rm,, family rm.
CITIES SERVICE r.n afternoon or evenlncs. 113 R dining rnv, ran p.rlorwated N.

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Bowling Green Keystone Heights Westmoreland St. 2tpIrorer 71tr.noct close Walnut to St.' nnffness choice residential section schools area;,

705 Temple Ave. win iron at your homer churches Lot extends deptb of entire -
AT'S.A.L.:: DEPOT' STARKE FLA. Florida Phone 4123 "er. Phone wo7.t S Ho block Win sen partly furnished j
If desired,- Contact Mrs. H. '
owner
Starke Fla.
FOR: ?.TF IS seres" land with -L .4on. S2 Westcnester, Or I,
oump. %,.OO. See Jimmy John m.Lawtey. laude Fla? or laqnirt Bradford I
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA _




:i- STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY Z, 1959: 'III.) I
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Business Construction In KeystoneGets KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS YvvYVRn'Tymny'yyyym 1--

MELROSEBy A ,t

$$75,000 Boost In Recent WeeksA By Mary K. Mrhaeffrr I Joyce Rothhammrr cI L w

St. William's Church Mtlm<;e.

$7!>.000 commercial building j prl'pelty_ adjoining the home of Scene Saturday Of Lovely morning Wedding June 27, St. Miss Barbra Southwell presidedover U AAA..AAAA.ura.Aau.a.Nat .
the bride's
cuirently putting : book and helping &rL
new MisM.
is Tracy.
program .
William's Church in Keystone served punch Hags of Jacksonville Beach: : .
Miss Lou .
cf were Marry
business Other business
life into the area activity includes
the i is visiting; Bill
Heights was scene of a lovely Terry.
Heitrhts. Whether the the of business this Gardner. Mrs.Don Morgan. Mrs-
Keystone I I opening a new -
wedding when Miss Margaret Angela Frank Walrath. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. .slmm, L..a: "
of III, MrsHuntley ns -J
week
building .bo m" is a product Malta rd'f Five & Ten on Gabcardi .
daughter of Mr. Redfearn. Jr. Miss Trudie Faye Morris Henry
Mrs. Michael Red-
natural giowtii, or based on the Lawrence Boulevard and them ird Mrs. James Charles Gaboardi f Williams and Mrs. Maxie Roy Watkins was installed as From left ;o right: Mrs- Roy Jr. International Service.j .
arn, and King
Mrs. Vance Powell.
prospect of increased activity as "lof around July 1. of Keystone cf Melrose was united in and president of the Keystone Heights Watkins: Mr. Watkins. new president -
marriage Entertainment
After the bride son Buck returned Thursday j was provided
cut her
MissK.it I
the hoped-for results of a nearby Gas Co. into larger Quart- to Thomas Anthony Provost cake afternoon Rotary Club at Ladies Night dinner < : ; Mrs. Al Watson: Mr Watson -
Webb, and Miss Elise Beaz- after spending a weekin I during the evening by Joe Daurer,
housing development, no one actually ers. Jr.. ron of Mr. and Mrs. ThomasA meeting in the Woman's Club retiring president: District 'assisted
lei of Atlanta, Ga., served the Ridgecrest, N. C. attending the I by MrsDaurer.. with a
knows. But the fact remains Other signs of progress in the Provost of New Orleans, and guests.?: reign Mission Conference. )last Friday at 6 p. m. Governor J. C- Gis en-aner: Mrs. 'I'program of magic ventriloquism

that commercial construc- community Include the wideningof grandson of Mrs. Etta K. Mengeof The Mike and Paula Howell of Sil- District Governor J. C. Gissend- Gissenaaner.: Joe Daurer. and impersonations. Mr. Daurer I II
bride's
tion in Heights is defi-: bouquet was caughtby
Keystone Lawrence Boulevard throughthe Melrose. Rev. Father Cornelius Miss ver Spring. Md. met their grand- aner cf Chattahoochee sensed as !! wes formerly with Lawrence
n'tely on the upgrade. business section. This project Dougherty, performed the double- After Mary Lou Gardner. parents, Mr and Mrs. R. F. Sim- installing officer and also gave i Rotary Officers \Vilk's: orchestra and has also

Included in me new projects, is now entering its final states. ring ceremony and said the Nup- west! coast a wedding of trip along the mons in Spartanburg, N. C. and an inspiring talk on the four' .tone USO entertainment work :
Florida
. now under construction, are: Large corpoiations are also !lual Mass. Altar boys serving at ols will reside in the Keystone newly- returned with them to spend a branches: of Rotary Service. This I Are InstalledAt Following the meeting in the
A new home on Lawrence shoving interest in sites in the the mass were Charles and Mark few, weeks vacation here. was Gov. Gissendaner's last official -
Heights in the Pangborn club house the retiring club
Boulevard for Belcte Rexall Keystone area for development. '.laboardi. brothers of the bride. cottage I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelly have I function of his year as District Ladies
OP Lakeview Night
Drive. Mrs-
president Al Watson and
Drugs, approximate cost 12000. Keystone Club Estates, embracingmore The altar was banked with returned after a trip to south.! Governor. Keystone also had
Ernest Triest contractor. than: 1,000 acres between 'vhite gladioli and flanked by Summer Recreation Notes Florida. 1;!the honor of having him for his I f re-elected! I secretary-treasurer; Watson held open house at their

New office for Attorney MyronC. Highways 21 and 100, just west 'large baskets of chrysanthemums i The schedule of baseball games; Kay Lee of Jacksonville BeachIs first official function last July i The new chairmen of the four home on Lakeview Drive m honI -

Prevatt on Nightengale: St. cf Keystone, Is already well under !id gladioli. St. William's Choir, hours and dates of Instruction for visiting he. grandparents, Mr. Other new officers Installed*branches of Rotary Service are: I cr of Gov. and Mrs. Gissendaner.

Building permit Issued for $10- way. The property Is being sub- with Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann. softball baseball and tennis; and and Mrs. C. P. Perry and aunt last Friday, were: Al Watson, vice i iI | Red Strickland. Club Service: Ed Frank Walrath Jr. Vocational I
000. Roy Tyre contractcr. Includedin divided into five or six thousand rganist.. and director, furnishedthe
the building will also be one home ites, with homes to be builtas music. A duet, an Ave Maria, mer Recreation Program will be Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. ........ '
Y..Y. their son-in-
>
S'i11t'1siU'
office space for rent. sold.B. was sung by Mrs. Pat Pawlikowski, listed on the Bulletin Board at E. Spires were Mr. and Mrs. home Miss Price returned tot (
the city ; Er" Palatka that afternoon. !hw and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
New garage *maintenance shop 1 J. Alderman of Grandin re- ir.d Mrs. Estelle; Bisbee. playground. Gregory Chokanis and daughterand FLORAHOMEAND ,
Quite a few more of the !' Mrs. Carrie Lane of Florahome Edward Hutson. in Grandin last
for Electric
Clay Cooperative. Approximate certly sold 250 acres in Bradford The bride, given in marriage by younger Mr. and Mrs. Jack Keye and 1
cast $26.000Runk County. near Keystone Heights her father chose a chapel length boys reported for baseball prac- daughter of Miami. GRANDIN has not been so well the past Sunday.Miss .

Construction Co. of St. Augustine to 304 Partnership. Ltd. for $124500. ,- sown of Chantilly lace over satin, tice last week. Therefore, games Mrs. TA Birt and daughters By DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAA : wick: it is reported. ; PrisTilla) Griffin of Palat-

contiactor. The new 40 x 100 ( This tract is two miles with a bouffant skirt and elbow- will be scheduled now for this Mrs. John F. Fredrickson and Austin :Miller continues to be *a spent last weekend in Grandin

building will contain office and southwest! of Keystone on State length sleeves. The dress featured /group. Mrs. T. Gue of Jacksonville spent ooriculy ill in the Putnam Memorial with her mothci. Mrs- Alma Grif-
warehouse spice, and will haveft.E' a back panel of net and a There are not enough girls interested Thursday Hospital at Palatka.Mr. .
Read 21, and! was bought for investment I morning with Mrs. D. John Hubner son of Mrs. Paul fin.
bays for repair of all REA future scalloped neckline. A tiara of se- in softball to make up a B. LYnn. and Mrs H. B. Sikes Jr. i
or development.S. and children -
Hubner of and Mrs. Martin
Florahome visited his Mr.
vehicles! luins and seed pearls held her team: so their program has been Mrs. Clara and children. Ann and Charles
E. Kennedy of Lake Genevais Nielson and two chil- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gainesville visited their
New Masonic Temple now nearing -. wnst-length veil of illusion in changed to shuffleboard. Any dren of Palatka returned home to Griffin. Ga. I of
negotiating the sale of 600- spent last Sun- Johnson in St. last
a
completion valued at approxi- placed. She carried a prayer book rrls aged 10 through 16 may day with Mr and Mrs. C. L. Augustine :art Thursday afternoon aHE'rl i son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
tract northeast of the
lying Sunday.
mately 30000. rre topped with a white orchid and participate. If enough girls show Mann. visit in Granain with relatives M--S. Eicell Sapp.: in Gradin last
Three storage tanks erected for Intersection of Highways 21 and satin ribbons. interest in volleyball or tetherball Mrs. Shuler Cox Maj. and Mrs. Frank Walters !lard friends. II week. I Ii

Birdsey Flour & Feed Co. of Macon 100. As soon as legal technicalities The bride's only attendant. these activities will be added. spent last Sunday with and Mr.family and and children of San Antonia MrsJames Schearer and i i St. W Jliam's Catholic Chapel
Ga. are straightened out. the I Wanted: Vases For Flowers Texas have been visiting his two {I I Keystone IlrightiSuncuy
permit in the amountof Miss Kenny Sate Brice, wore a Mrs. C L: Mann. When the Coxes daughter. Laureen. and Mrs.hearer's
property will be purchased by Mrs. Thomas Elmore is sisters Mrs. Henry Dinkla and 1 'I Mass at 8:30 a. m.
$3.500. Tanks are located near waltz-length dress of 'blue lace looking returned, S sister. Mrs. Gordon C.
I Johnny stayed for few
the railroad. Clyde Simpson and associates of for vases for flowers. If have a Mrs. Garrett Dinkla in Flora- Mass at 7:00 a m.
with a matching jacket. She carried you weeks with his grandparents. i iRipley and her two children. Gor- | Holyday
Jacksonville for possible development -
Work of renovating KeystoneInn blue flowers, and her head- any old vases you don't know Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bishop of home for a few days- I rlcn and De! ra. of Miami are i Tuesday Mass at 8:00) a. in.

is also continuing and the P'cce was of,'blue' tulle with tiny what to do with, Mrs. Elmore Orlando spent last weekend with Miss Dorothy Price spent Sun- 'visiting; their mother. Mrs. A G, ,II Confessions before all Masses.
exterior: of the building was re: S. E. McKay. Keystone realtor blue flowers. knows. She will take them to the Sen. and Mrs. J. E. Cross and day with her parents. Mr. and Hinson Sr. in Gradin. I Baptisms, marriaees and Instructions -

cently painted. plans to open a new subdivisionon The bridegroom's best man was Clay: County Hospital where they family. Also recent guests of the Mrs. Frank Price here In Flora-I Mrand Mrs. Irvin Ormond of |h I by appointment

Projects planned for the future I Gator Bone Lake. one of the his! brother. Sidney Prevost of are presently using mayonnaisejors. Cresses were Mrs Cross' parents. I I
Include a new office for McKay |few remaining undeveloped lakesin New Orleans. If you would like to donate
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Huffman of
Realtor on Lawrence Boulevard''' the area in the near future. Ushers 'were Mike Adams andS your vases; to a worthy cause,call Live Oak.
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L. Menge of Gainesville. '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MrsMamie Cole of Jackson-
GOT i; A'i KEYSTONE llEIGIiTSSUMMER For her daughter's wedding, her. She lives in the former ville spent last weekend with her REDFEARN'SYOUR
__ I' Mrs Gaboardi were 'a dress of "Church house.-the green house sister Mrs. Ruth Ja kson.
J. R. Smith, pastor. Raipn mint green dacron and lace with next door to Fred Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lyon.

COLD'Clpeland. Minister; of Music and beige accessories. Her corsagewa Goldhead Branch State (Continued en Page Eight]
church organist. I : ? of yellow orchids. Mrs. Pre- Park Breaks Attendance Records -
TAKE Semces: Sunday School 9:45 vost wore a yellow lace frock Total attendance for the year at
v r. a. m Morning Worship, 11 a. m. with white accessories and a Goldhead State Park has broken ttutpoini DEALER
for Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening preen orchid corsage. all previous records with 146,720 LEE'S DRIVE-IN

symptomaticRELIEF t services 8 p. m. Following the wedding a reception registered. Last year, year ends in .

66 6. -'Make church worship a family was held at the.home of June' the. total was 99009. ,Of THEATRE : V .- 'r' FOR 14YEARSNOTICE V"V" -'. --...... .- .. .
gf ." Adm. and Mrs. 'A.-.L- 'Danis of this year's total 20,321 were camp-1 j ,, r..." ... -: .:rf ;-''
: ers :while last year's camp attendance Phone'4113 ; .. "',,' ;

was 19128. The largest Keystone!, Heights, Fla.
increase was in the number of dally -,
r" :: \ picnickers who made of
use
;: i Fri. Sat. July 3, 4
the newly completed grills and ta-

I I'm LosingMy ; itl blesDaily visitors totalled 95,737' i

1 for this ,year as compored with Lone Texan : !>,. .
66,734 last year. This Increasein

attendance Is well over the, .
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F Announced July 5, 6, 7 I
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Another event of the last; week

ON a tcr In 'July will be the annual Fire- Jumping JacksDean ., .
V- V-V man's Ball, to be held Saturday '' -

evening, July 25, at the Keystone 1.776 1959
Martin, Jerry LewisStarting
THIS ,"rIrfy' "'3 Afrport.! Music by the all-stars:,

w admission, $1 per person. The ,<
'V time will be from 9 p.m. to 1 a. m. : I

DEAL ; f Come out and join the fun.Practice Wed. July 8 ,
Alert PlannedBy *. I
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTONE .
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.a Civilian DefenseOn I

Thursday, July 9, between FULL WEEK

BUT : 9 and 10 a.m., the Clay Council .,...
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; h->!d a practice alert to test its

WHO a : warning and emergency attack The TenCommandments
:system. All units or persons list-

CARES? ed will In recieve the warning cards system designatingthose annex -, ': : WE WILL BE CLOSED

to call and other special in- .:; .
formationThe general public : ON THE FOURTH OF JULY

will not be asked to take part in

It's a real pleasure to lose it to such nice peoplemy this practice alert, but organizational any units (Advanced Prices)
desiring special
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needed and celebrate the In- ..
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'."' ake! behind the E.W. Dwyer and J 24.1 I ..
Wednesday evening, June National Forest. They left on :were, Md., arrived last Thursdayto .vmv..v..uvv.a. I
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS Fremont Tolles homes. A bathing Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann and the,SaturdayMr. visit her daughter's family I! Mr. .... --
beach for residents of Keystone members of StWilliam's Choir I and !Irs. Martin Crosby of and MrsEd Conneen and son MELROSE KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE
Club Estates, and marine basin,
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entertained at Mrs. Bachmann's
Ala., the weekend of Peter.
Foley spent
will be built in this area. .u..uA..A..A..A Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing &, Shoes..
for of .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA hams twp ttjpjr} members June 11 15 at the home of the I Mr. and MrsCharles Qlanzer -- -
Homes areb iI g built only as who were to be married/ on thefollowing Bill Belote's taking care 'cf their of Baltimore'. Visited the Ed Continued from Page 0) SPORTS! WEAR A SPECIALTY! -

[Continued from Page.Seven] sold, accordingo George ,D.- Saturday, namely, Mr- grgndchadren, while the Crosby's Conneens. oa Jane '23., on' their
Wood. Jacksonville developer. Karet: Gaboardi ..and Tommy Pre- daughter/ Mrs. Belote, went to'' way through town The Glanzersare Sr. of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner
training may do so. ., There has been some dissatisfaction vost. Mrs. Behmann's home was i f Nassau with the Senior Class of frieds and business associates Richard! Lyon, Jr. spent Sunday-:
Chamber Of Commerce Nates t among home owners on beautifully decof t indihe're-t I Melrose High S hppl. Susie! Be-. of the Conneens.. with MrsD- B. Lynn. -- .
Many of the South's outstand- Lake Keystone since they learned :freshment table was attractive Mr. and*Mrs*Joe Webster and '
Jote
returned to Keystone on Mont Victor. Torlay of Nashville "A LOT FOR A LU LE"
ing water skiers have already registered that water from the paved streetsin 'with a gOla cloth, white candles,t t i,day "June 29, after a pleasent'visit. MrsWebster's }:parents,'i\ir.\ and
to compete in the south- the new subdivision will drain and I>beautiful flowers. Her grandfather took her I Mrs. Myers cf Baltimore, Md.. Tenn. visited his uncle and aunt, LAKE LOTS FOR. 'SALE

ern Regional Water. Ski Tourna-: into their lake. Most of these, The guests of honor, Margaret I as far as TaUahasee, where she visited the Ed Conneen's recently. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Torlay HALF MOON LAKE -.,; -|L500;
1 ent to be.held here the last weekof people have small children, and While here they spent one day '
and Tommy were presented with was met by her mother. Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert PARADISE LAKE -' $1,750()
July. Many of th': national feel this will contaminate the wa- glass goblets from their friendsin Mrs. Carl Piper entered Christoffers is Rand Edelstien, in Avcn Park visiting Mr. and WHITE SAND'LAKE : '$2,350
ter and make it unsafe for Baptist -
champions
will be here refending young-
the choir. Those who enjoyedthe Mrs. Christoffer's son. who will ---- '
their titles, and competing for sters. They wonder "A"hy'they evening were Helen Conneen, Hospital in Jacksonville the other stay until the middle of July. Mrs. A. .W."iUskepThe ] Building Lots, Lake Access Half Mile' from
more should the from say for surgery. The Pipers are Bookmobile will be in frontof P. 0. $500
get drainage
honors. a Keystone Heights -
Jean Fox, Lu Nelson, Pat Paw- Rand is a senior at West Point.
Frank True of the Florida Times subdivision not even in townandas hkowski, Bee Cooper Anna Mc- new home Keystoners.built living in their With other members of his class Robinson's Grocery Thursday, ALL LOTS 20% DOWN 5 "YEARS TO PAY
Union has been hired by our a matter of fact, in another i new recently. two-week July 2.Melrose.
Cullough and Mary K. Schaeffer. he recently completed a :
| Mr. and Mrs Louis
Kyle spent
Chamber of Commerce to pUbli- county. Besides, the subdivisionhas The mother of the bride-to-be,'last weekend in Jacksonville orientation tour of Army posts to Duplicate Bridge S. E. m-REALTOR
cize lakes of its We like to
the tournament throughoutthe own- see
Mrs. Jim Gaboardi, and the. become familiah with the latest
{Beach with their former neigh- Winners of the Melrose Dupli- .
southern states- So, soon, we O'ir own town grew, but not at the
grandmother' of the bridegroom,'bors, the Elmer Livingstons'. developments in modern warfare.I cate Bridge Club were, high; Mrs. Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151
will be hearing all about our town expense of those who already live
Mrs. E.K. Menge also at the Mike Siprelle, son of Mr. and
and here. were We are happy to see Jack Ried Millie Robison and Mrs. Vi Moore; :Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968
radrj, ,
on
T.Vnewspapers
Attention party. and Sam Gardner unhurt after Mrs. Bill Siprelle of Jacksonville- 2nd high. Mrs. Louise Logsdonand
the Jte. Gardeners Dotty Hardenbergh Celebrates their fill spend next week with his Mrs. Jean
close share in Lake Genevaan Klinepeter.
Nine New Homes Nearly Completcd Mrs A.C. Holt, wife of the
frirnd David Schaeffer. The Si-
In Subdivision -- pastor of our Community Church, Birthday Wednesday afternoon. Jack: ,' J Junior Leogue Baseball ON YOUR LOT
are HOME
Tuesday, June 23, fourteen little who prclles former Keystoners.
Sam skis I
was pulling on was
Work en the new Keystone Club has given the Women's Club Library The Melrose Junior League ,
girls' gathered at the home of. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cannon and -
thrown from his boat and the
Estate subdivision grounds and two new ((1958; 19591] bookson I chil'dren' Sunday Baseball team played three 1
Arlington games
Dotty Hardenbergh, small daughter spent
week for boat went wild {thing them a few NO MONEY DOWNBy
homes continued this past Gardening: "Gardening
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new of Mr. and Mrs N.W- Harden- at a rapid'rate.. Nine homes Gourmets, or Good Eating from a
bergh, to wish her Birth- too. t j CHURCH NEWS one. Tuesday they played Flora-
"Happy i people on the shore, |
nearly An at- Small Back Yard", Ruth A.
completed. by
are I : Toney Builders, Inc. LOW
tractive electrical l''illuminated sign Matson; and "Complete Book ofBulbs' cay". Dotty was nine years old.I The many friends of Mrs. Ruby St. William's Church: hcme and lost 60. Thursday they
There will be a Church Supper went to Johnson for a game that Box 106 1495 tP
Brockwelland There was a luncheon of hamburgers I o teen are pleased to see her ,
has been erected'at the entranceto by Frederick F.
and all the things that go'around again after being confined I| Monday. July 6, in the Hall- Thisis ended with a 9-2 defeat for Mel- AS
not Bowling Green. Fla.
the subdivision, on a 100 yard Esther Grayson. Why
with hamburgers. There were 'to her home as the result of an', the regular monthly Covered rose. On their home field Friday;
terrace to the LibrarytheCool
with down
complete .landscaping. come I
games out of doors, and a panto-!acident. i Dish Supper. There is"no charge. they defeated Hawthorne, 87.
grass and shrubbery. Library, some hot afternoon
Mine quizz which proved to be a Mr. and Mrs. William Easson It is strictly a get-together. The Friday will find them travelingto .
Across the road a 45-foot long fMon., Wed., Fri.,] and see all the :
will
meet
Catholic Club
let of fun. I'and Walter of Patterson, N.J. following
son Keystone for a Tuesday
? game.
canal has been dug to connect new and interesting books
thr This is to be important -
Mrs- Massa Entertained arrived Monday to visit Mr. and supper. an hey'win be their home fieldas
on
big Lake Genera with the smaller Mrs- Bachmann Entertains .
with to
Monday evening, Mr. and :Mrs. Mrs. Muir and family, before go- meeting plans they take on Interlachen. J-
Bill Scales entertained with to Beach for make for the Labor Day Dinner.
an ing on Daytona a Thursday they will play ;.Flora-
out-door supper on their patio, ,vacation. Mr- Easson is MrS. which is not too; far away. home at Florahome.

honoring Mrs. George Massa, on .Muir'c brother. ST. ANJTS EPISCOPAL
BELOTE REXALL DRUGS her birthday anniversary. Present i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nieland of CHURCH, KEYSTONE TRINITY EPISCOPAL '

-- for the supper were Mr. and Mrs. :Manhattan B'ach, Calif., spent Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar CHURCH MELROSE :
George Massa, and their children ;last week with Mr. and l fis. Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Com
AnnouncesNew Phyllis and Gina, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody and family oh munion; 9:30: a. m. Sunday Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar
Bil'; Belote.. Brooklyn Bay. Mrs. Nieland is-, School; 9:30 a. m.. Morning Prayer Sunday-10 a. m, Sunday
Rev. and Mrs. Malcholm Cole Mrs. Mood's sister. and Sermon (Holy Communioneach School; 11:15 a. m.. Morning
Store Hours For Sunday* Davis spent last week wth Mr. Last weekend. Mr. and' Mrs. first Sunday!; 6:30 p. m.. Prayer and Sermon Holy Com-
and Mrs. E.L. Brice in Melrose. Thomas Bailey and three childrenof Young People meet. munion each first Sunday]; 7:30p. : This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $ 945

Beginning June 28 Rev. Davis, who was formerly the West Palm Beach, end f Mr! Holy Days-7:30 a.. m. Holy m. Young People meet.
pastor at the First Baptist churchIn and Mrs. Freeman Baunmrdner Communion. Holy Days-10 a.m.,-Holy Com- (Without Carporte)

Keystone Heights, is located. !and three children of Valdosta, Parish Supper each third. Wed- munion.. Many Models\ to Choose From Write for Free Folder
WE WILL BE OPEN TO SERVE YOU now in Hogansville, Ga. Ga-, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester I .. .
Last Friday evening Mr. and Moody. Mrs. Bailey and Mrs.
FROM 9:00: A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. Mrs. Bill Beltoe. and Mr. and Mrs. Baumgardner are sisters of Mrs. Any Place in Florida Same Low PriceNO
School
Hours
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Mike Funderburke took Rev. and Moody. Mrs. Robert Neland another Happy Play

Mrs. Malcome Cole to dinner,, sister, was already there, ( CHARGEVoR[ TRAVEL)
the Brahma Restaurant in Ocala. and still another sister, Norma
PLEASE NOTE: Mrs. Alex Brokas came home on i Jean Ryan of Lake Butler came RESERVATIONS FOR THE FALL Local Representative

Sunday afternoon after spendingten : for the weekend. To completethis TERM WILL. BE ACCEPTED.
Our Pharmacist will be on duty Sunday days in Bradford County Hos-: family reunion, Mrs. aRyan ON RAY D. FORTH
potal- We are glad to know she: also of Lake Butler, was.
from.9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. only, and we is much improved. I II present with all her daughters. FRIDAY, JULY 3-1-5 P.M. Highway 21 Phone 4123
I Dolores Murrhee, daughter: of Tom Bailey Jr. of West Palm I
invite to bring in
you your prescriptions Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Murrhee Beach is visiting his aunt and PHONE 3641 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA..
during these hours. __ and Renee Beltoe daughter of uncle. Mr. and MrsChester ?
Mrand Mrs. Bill Belote. are. Moody and his cousins for twoI Keystone t Heights, Florida If You Don't See Us, We Rqgio{ se MQJlC;
spending two weeks at the Youth I weeks. .

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Methodist enroute to Holland, MichTto"sperid em: Thomas family. I
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z Davis of Durham. N- C. <
s church Sunday evening. j their vacation with her mother Glenda Parker and Wilbur Andrews '
MrsAnnie Victor!' BROOKER'By attended the 'Gaskins, Norman is spending a few weeks with Mr. i: 'The best
\ Jacksonvilleis
Ricky Roberts of ,
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and Mrs. N.J. Davis-
wedding in Starke Saturday
spending sometime with his Eras Joyce Fetch visited Miss '
-- Eli hg: Collins in' '"on evening. C.D. Dowling returned home j I & friend'Jour
By Mrs. Joyce T..Fetch grandparents Mr. and Mrs. G. W- painesvjlle Barbara Sue Davis I *
Roberts. Wednesday!Miss Collins" a former -. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.T. So- Manday after visiting friends and "
AAAAAAAAA A A A A A A A,A AAAAAAA. Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Dinkins teaches here was recuperati'ng at uAAAA- AA- A- AALLAAAAAAAI wEll last week wereMrs; ;Sowen's relatives in Jacksonville for thepast : j "IOBB* c budget- '

Reception For New' Methodist spent Thursday and Friday wth her home after a recent:\ operation Swim'li'arfy.. mother Mrs. 'J.D.' Dukes of I two weeks. t Sk"5SP i.
Minister And Wife their parents Mr': and Mrs. Carl in Ala'chua; GAeral.Hospital.Mr. :\ "The Young people of New River Kingstree. S.C- and her brother Malcolm Davis, Frank Grugs of : .. r
Carter and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. and Mrs' Ceqil Dobbs and and family. Mr- and Mrs. O'Neal. 'I ever had !'
Atlanta. Ga. and of '
entertained'with a B"ptit Church\ had a swimming, Dennis Davis ,': ,.,, --. .:i
The WSCS r: : ,:.. .
children off Jacksonville\ Dukes of Charleston S.C. ,: : ""
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Pastor Dinkins! as they were enroute'totheir ., .were party at Lake Butler Lake'Thurs-' Jacksonville: were Monday night 'I II -
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and reception wife. Rev. and Mrs.new Albert J. home in St. Augustine after weekend,guests of her parents." :day afternoon.' Approximately Visiting his uncle: .and ount. Mr. I i I I guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.J. Davis. 'I II ,Now you can have the insurance protection you need

Adams on Friday evening in the spending: their vacation in New Mr- and.' Mrs. Walter; Wilkinson'Mr twenty, young -people enjoyed the and Mrs. J.H. Sowell, this week Dewey Stokes and son of Jacksonville : 'and the payments.Our plan allows you to pay
church annex. Those in the receiving Orleans La. ) and Mra. pan:Starling at- rutihg. were Mr. and' Mrs. JW.. Forsyth I visited Mrs.. H. E. stokes. budget *- business, by
tonded the Garrett Reunion. home car ::.
Mrs. Alice Austin Mrs. Hattie;i ; at Cruise of Tampa. Sunday. for coverages on your
line were Mrs. G. W. Roberts ra edonia' Methodist Church on |
Miss Blanchard. Lonnic Darley; Hughoy Austin and Miss I Twenty-seven, young people and Mrs. J.H. SoweH visited her Mr. and Mrs James Keedwell ;, '\the'month. Call us and we.n arrange a plan for you.-
inah Prescott visited Mr. and! Sunday.yir.\ .or"Br
Adams- chaperons ok r Baptist mother, Mrs. R.T. McDavid and I
Futch and Rev. and Mrs. and Jimmy
fon. and daughter. j
Mrs. Joe Forsyth and Mrs- lna( and Mrs. ILTV: .Mar harii
The climax cf the meeting was Knight in Hampton on Tuesday. 'and! family of' Gainesville wereIaere Church the fun and left excitement Friday afternoon of a cruise for j sister cVinesvlle, Mrs- C.C. Vancicle, of Liida of Brokton Mass. are vacationing -!' Harold C. Wall% Agency
an old fashioned Hymn Sing in to'get'Gloriajean I Friday. for two weeks with Mrs.KeedwelTs .
Mr- an1.Mrs. Floyd Norman, and Thursday I out of Ceder KeysWhen the n
the church. j Mrs. V.V. Hazen of Mother Mrs. H. E. .
Starke was
I vcr' : of Wesccnnett and Mr. and Danny and Glendajo Starling ,to i left tha dock five Dial WO 44801topraentat
beat young W-HS IPO 3 002
< I(weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.i Stokes. .
Mrs. Hattie MissSinah
Darley and Mrs Vaughn Prescott enjoyed a take them to their home in Miami I
peoptz 1 9f Cedar Key rad joined .H, Sowell. She attended the Group :
Prescott had as guests picnic at Gold Head Branch on after a visit with their grandparents. : t''e' party. The evening was filled i j Ae Hartford. ire Insurance Company Jgg
durin the weekend Mr. and Mrs.S. lunday.: 'I Mr. and MrsDan Star-. with fishing singing and fun.:I Aniaoch homecoming; with theSowell's T..TTTTT.T.T.TTTT.T.T.T
Sheppard and family of Day- Mr. and Mrs William Wolfe and Jing. Everyone enjoyed the chuise and Sunday.Sandra .

tona, and Ralph Darley of Jack- =cn! ? were Sunday guests of MT..I:'i!I I We are".scrry to"j epo t that J. came: Jome'very tired and happy. Sowell and! her Sunday RISINGBy ...... = .-<:... -5'F"" : ''.-. 2: ''.
sonville. nd Mrs. Flovd Martin and son E. Warren is ill at' this i writing. Personals school class had a swimming f ..
. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ed NIK 0 n 'Daytona o Beach. Mrs. Hester., ''1 1 i:His daughter lira! 1".Leslie Bradley: Mr.! and Mrs Ray Wilson and party at Glen Springs Thursday: Bin. Gordon Jones4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA : REACH. FOR \:
of Jacksonville were Sunday of ey Lake Rev. and Mrs James Templewere 1 1
"licks: returned home .with them |I King and J his ,gran- baby of J cksnvie'and)) Mr. and *.
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guests of Mr. and' :Mrs. uster iftcr an extended visit with .the !daughter.'t.vnnc Warren of, J ckaonviue Mrs. Bill Genavor and children' dinner guests of Mr. and I : t := r:
Bennett. Martins. I I visited him during the Mrs. Fred Mansfield of Gainesville -
cf Gainesville were weekend, Mrs. A. Ellis of Miami is visiting iI SU.
: Miss Mary Wilkerson returned Guest speaker at the First Bap- ,i week guest. ; of Mrs. Groover Thomas. S turdayevening. her son and daughterinlaw.Mr. I upeJb
this week from Lake Wales where i Rev. Miss Enza Blanchard l\ rs. 'Doris Kelley took ten
iI I sst church on Sunday was and Mrs. Elaine Crosby of Starke was and Mrs. A. C- Ellis She f
she had visited her.b other-in-law Howe cf Baldwin. He L. H.Hill junior girls to Kingsley Lake fora
i Tcmmy was enjoyed a trip to. Green Sunday guest of Linda .Sue expects to stay a few weeks Cf'g
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Accompanied by his wife and son- Cove Springs Sunday afternoon.Mr. Thomas. swimming party Saturday. Mrs. Eddie Norman and Mrs. .I i I i ICE CREAM 1
Griffis. Th"vert> dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and Mr. and Mrs E. C. Lewis of' Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mott and
We are giad to repyrt that O. J and Mrs Arthur Pearce. adughter were' Friday cupper Starke were Sunday visitors of sons! moved, to Gainesville. Satur- Gordon Jones visited relatives in ; .
Phillips and P. Dinkins returned Mr. rrd:: Mrs. Joe Shuford and fuests of Mr, and!' fQ7.J. ,Phil-, the Woodrow Thomas family. day.Mr. .Brooker. Tuesday of last week. I j Good food for children,adults, \ p AoR
to their homes on Thursday family jof St. Augustine were ips. Cheryl Phillips stayed 'overnight Mrs. Bishop Thomas and chil- and Mrs. G.W. Davis and I. Mrs. Loca Lewis and Mrs. Ag- s everyone! Tastes super ,
)after spending some'tiDe! in hos- I ".e!'kend guests of Mrs. John Shu- with her grandparents. den'visited Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Barbara and Dickie'were picnicing nes Larrimore of Anthony visited I. ;' 'cause it's delicious refreshing Qj
.pita Is. We hope these'gentJe el1l ford and Davp. Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Cmce. ha, Lewis of Starke Sunday. and boating at Manatee State Mrs. Eddie Norman, Friday. i f 4.. Take some home! Serve
will! soon be able to resume their Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Paul Falkner and children Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Gordon Jonesvisited :::1 l Super Sue Ice cream often. .' 0Y
.duties in the community.Rev. of Ocala Friday'over Dock Cruce Mr and Mrs. W.Bigham and
family were and family of Orlando and Mrs.. E.C. Lewis of Starke : >
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Maiton. chaplan at the nisht! guests of his parents Mr. ,and Mr.. and<< Mrs. Kmerj' were WednpSdav visitors' children visited Mrs 1..1... Wood Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thomas I f r.Ji:
t N of the and family of Starke and Mr >a -
State Farm, and his family at- and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. They were Duncan and family.Mr. I, af>d son, Creig of Jacksonville tones:cups,pints t..
and Mrs. Robert Jones and fami-
ar,;r Mrs: Paul Bennett and Miss Ola Mae Phillips Mr. and :S 'nday. Later both families fomil Vz'aoliOll' !f.'J:::::,
ly of Brooker, Sunday. ..,
daughters and Mrs. Clifton Smith Mrs. Russell Redding, Mr. and went to Jacksonville Beach. I
cf Smo e, S.C.; visited 'Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins and family Vist'ng the M.O. Harrells over Joe and Robert Norman visited =10: :''.wvx.C.. ......\ .Y..:n'.Y':G

\ Mrs. Joe,Dya} in, Jacksonville: Fri and Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins 'the weekend were' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Garland O'Steen ,..
acre among those helping Mrs.I Charles Parrish of Gainesville. and son of Jacksonville, Monday. -
I day.Miss Ola Mae Phillips and Bill J. B- Gaskins celebrate her birthday -', Visitors of'Mrs. Beiilah Harrell Miss Carolyn Jones is visiting\, Pick an assortment of many delicious flavors

GaskIns took his sister., )Miss Betty anniversary' with a picnicdinner' i''Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. W.W.I relatives in Leesburg and Oklawa- ? from your dealer's Super Sue Treasure Chest
Gaskins, to Jacksonville on Sun- at Kingsley Lake Sunday.i Raborn, Mrs. Alvin Raborn and !
r dar: "a grnQQri after sheha4 spent' These attending: the Home Mrs. Cecil Harrell of'Jacksonville.I h?, this week.

'. the weekend with her parents ':wonstration Flower Show in I Mr_ and_ Mrs.. R.J.,Rain_ of High I- -
Mr. and Mrs J.B.: Gaskins.. Starke on Saturday were Mrs. A. ,Springs visited Airs. Mamie Hodges I I'
Mrs: Eftie'Primer. fibs.' Pauline H. Harley, Miss Enza Blanchard, I Wednesday. **VJ
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. Torode. and )-t"!. Nell Andrews Mrs. P.L. Dinkins. and Mrs H-C. Mr.. and. Mrs- Carl Edwards and
were, in Farnandina. on Saturday :Wsinwright.Sumpter children of'Gainesville and Bobby
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; afternoon for'the Oliver-Robinson Harley of HeUbronnwi Hodges and fnend of Jacksonville '
r I Ei wedding Mrs,.Oliver is a nephew ? the, Friday' overnight guest of visited Mrs.: Mamie and Mr. and X" ',n'1i
of these ladie .. his mother. Mrs. A. H. Harley. Mrs E.W. Hodges Sunday.
d Miss Elizabeth Terry was the Mr. aM Mrs. Griffin Hodges .-o sjqB ,
. F 0 Op SSO ICS, guest; of* her ..brother-in-law and .had as Monday guests Kev... and Rev and Mrs. C. 1... Carrol' of, D A 1
., sister: Mr. ar$'Mrs-" G. W. Dur- Mrs. A. W. Hodges. Sgt. and Mrs. I Charlotte. Harbor and Mr. and
,; ham'of Jtacksonville'from' Wednesday Harris Hodges and family of Mrs. Sandel of Worthington

. until Saturday. I Jacksonville, and another son Springs:? visited the L-L. Parsers
. arNEW DAY Buff Miner'' returned to his Gene' of Indianapolis Ind. .j Sunday.W. ., t
suPtllllRA 1) home in Jacksonville on Tuesday Mr and Mrs.: 1...P. Rafuse: and H. Eddie of Louise and Joe : t' ?f ,

after an extended visit with his. i daughter Joan,,, th Harold K. r-I I Cole of Haftipton were Sunday
. (Of fEE grandmother Mrs. Effie Miner. rmn family and David Norman afternoon. guests of Mr. and. Mrs.Strobo's .

I G Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. :cloyed an outini at the Bill Red ... f u,
: ArJii"Dobbs were.their soninlawand 'dish home on Kingsley Lake<< on :

daughter;, Mr and Mrs. Ernest Sl'"tiay. Garage ..
; Hewitt and son of Tallahasee.. :Mr. and :Mrs., Buford Higgin- .

)9 ) Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson- botham, Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Hig- i t', i ''f k

}LB3i ville spent the weekend; with her ginbotham of Maxville, and Mrs RADIATOR SHOP ice ?::(,;., } ,,b.? 3 d.
; parents Mr. and Mrs H.C.. James, Waters attended the St. F : -y. .. ,
Harley. Mary's Craft Barbecue at Suwanee -=: --- -:......:.;;. ,
:Mrs. Wiley Smith and family Park on Friday. GUARANTEED WORK Here are the greatest Gulf Tire buys "n years! Every Gu/f/ tire

r of Jacksonville visited her parents, Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Mar- E.:; in every size is available at big new savings during our
T QUAffTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling tha' Bales had as Sunday dinner Scott
Atwatcip g Red Tire Sale!
Prices Good TAN Friday, My 3fd. this-weekend. guests Mrs- Ruth Barthlow and Tag -
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith had Mrs: Effie Mae Green and daughter Used IK HP Motor. i. S

. as guests during the. ,week Mrs of Middleburg and Mrs. A. H. Lawn Mowers i.X

r Smith's; brother-IHaw- and sister. Harley. ,: i7 rart.:
. 1CRisc Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Honker: and Mrs' Brad Norton and family COMPLETE :
brother' and sister-in-law Mr' ; and and Mrs. Selma Eunice were in BRAKE SERVICECor. 4 ,
Mrs. Giles Mitchell and family of Jacksonville on Saturday to see .
L e ban a n, Va., and another Mrs., Eunice's doctor. .
1 brother Jim Mitchell and familyof We are indebted to the Rev. A. Orange Street and.
l8.CqN. Neptune Beach. They all en- J. Adams for the beautiful chimes Edwards Road -

5 joyed swimming in the beautiful that remind us each Sunday PHONE. WO 4-5174 yi'
9 J! new pool which the Smiths have morning that the hour for worship 4t 7-2

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St. Marias: !Episcopal !few yrs back The. operation sewed hot lunch wherever it 1st;iservtccs and bring a friend. Re- .. q 'T;": ,-. J -."' ''' T I
-from to available in.the I our sick"and I
Bev.. BavmiMtif c.. acBlAIa was delayed Wednesday county schools. member shut-in.-E.J.
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J Qivens: reporter.Ebenezer .
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I 1 CHURCH NEWS Sunday Services 3:45 am.. I cpperating nicely-. but. 'askS'--.. the M nday from 7 to 9 a teenage Baptist
Church. Rev.
Church School; 11:00 arm., Morning prayers of all. dance is sponsored free for best buy
n' E-D Robinson} pastor: will hold
Prayer and Sermon. Rev. George Chism visited J- i>eno: s'nroiled in'the summer services SALEyour .
regular
on Sunday start-
Sunday
; Holy Communion. First I program. This
> Strickland Sunday afternoon applies to the teenagers tag with 'Sunday School at
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.: 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, and found Mr. Strickland very of Lawtey, Pleasant 101
Grave a.ra, Supt. Henry Bryant in maautomatic fully
30 a.m.WednesdayT:00 lid to see him and Improving and Starke. Good music is fern: ,
At The Tabernacle J FIRST, CHRISTIAN CHURCHCor. p-m.. Choir uicely.f fished; by'your 'vorlEe"recording charge.* ."IPrrn.w! rship at 11 I

\ t J** ... Call. and. Christian, ] Practice: 7:45 p.m. Litany and We extend our deepest sympa- :artists. We are sorry but theRxk' a.in.-1 Evening'service will be held washer?
at m- The executive committee
.1 will be held at Bible Study.CHURCH. p. '189.95
Regular services Minister: Bob L. Badgett they to the George "Scully' family N Rollers are not:: old enoughto of then$-T.:U. "and Sunday

3, The Gospel Tabernacle this week Sunday-Sunday School 9:45: OF JESUS CHRIST in their bere vement.- May 'the participate. Better luck next School Convention met: at the
until
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"Saturday night wren there am.; Worship:10:45; Youth Ser- i LATTER DAY SAINTS Lord lead and bless them and summer. They were given special church on last'Thursday to com-
will! be a missionary: program in \ices, Junion Chi Rho ( to 111 permisson \
console
up Services each Sunday in old them is our earnest prayer. by Principal Thompkinsto plete plans for the Sunday School
charge bf Mrs. Francis: P. May, 3 p.m., Chi Rho [Ill to 131 I 6 pm., Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- have a ranee on June 13 which Convention which will convene at

% who will show pictures of Japan C.Y.F. [(14 up] 6 pjn.; Choir Jay 5 hopl V" ni. Sacrament Bessie Strickland and JoannLang was successful. Jackie MarshallIliridten4 Ebenezer Church
Baptist the
I' and relate her experiences; while practice 6:45.WednesdayJunior: Service16:30 ? rent on iJk2 : .
p. m. Everyone weJCHRISTIAN } home> from- church o; this group. Third Sunday in July. The Federation -:I
| teaching there for five f'ear,. 'r F t -, .asi. with
. Choir practice -ome. the Bill 1JP?nduvis :riamifr \$y Scones Troop 71 has been 4i
recessed for
There will be an out of town J J1. "' '" \1 1I July j I
pm. Sunday, ate dinner .-itrfi them *;I1I Boi .Bcouts of America due to this meeting. Deacon
A.O.
\ speaker scrrice. at the Sunday. !- morning, I ILLURTgj, and then; Iris Joe_ # aid Bessie Tr08 71-wSp F'of Vey' 9 t- Jerkins, pendent, i js calling all i(I
CHURCH OF CHRIST 'CHWCtf went to the'DjJYai: Medical Centerto ,mg on July A at Butler's Bqach; ; ,
Sunday and B-T-U. ''
Gn Church, 1 I I C. flf;bvertnrf' Jf., MinisterSundayt !Sunday -. .lfib1e'oor., 10 a.1 see'Jim StrfckiandyOn otw way a;few. miles south nt S\-/ uggstipe.' SchpoJs ; mem-
r LawteySunday bera.-in thefs.GCiatten to attend. I!
1Ielkodisl .
: : -Claurch School, for'al Ilaye" I : ..!:'Sunday School.' 10 inf::; Morning Vorshrp;; 11 a? m.: into .1 ckScnyme'.'w rain.' Into a A ;very rn.I' ria kfee_ .jill'' -Ranfll English.reporter.ee ; i 1

10 a. niM;yMo''ning' w rs a.*rtaorninr'seryice; ; 11 a. "m., Evening service 7 p. m., and Pray- hard rain01Rthe! < way back we lie charged accpqding tot Scqut- ierajiFreewill Baptist
Evening-servicc6< :30 p. m. er'meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. almost the, ma tl'! B.T, Mar
11 Evening a'rid came all of way hfll.UrTh e;bus .
a. m.; song p'l # ?-? Church vRf vj lax MfcKay pastor i:
m: John 'White ; 'pastor.f througha hard ratn;a good partof .wilt...leave'R:.J.&.1campiBiat 7 wilt hold
mon service 8 p. m- regular services on Sunday I
I Wednesday Youth Fellowship !t' St. Edward's Catholic Church ............ .....YYY. the way Iris could not see Saturday. Parents and pupils who starting with Sunday School

I 8p.m. Starke, Florida the road weil enough to drive plan to go' ace' %sked to pack a at 9:30 a. m. Deacon Prince in :

"I Chimes are played every Sunday Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. CLAY HILLby faster than 20 miles per hour, \ittac hi.anj'.b Qe pry) ( to spend charge. M nine service at 11 am. ',|

morning and evening. Everyone Holyday' Masses at 8:30 a. m. & and that was dangerous driving, the ,ipntlre. day.pfrThiS'.wiU also,11e 1sr1 rooaIouth! activities and

V'rlC'f'me: 5:30: p. m.Weekday. Could not see more than 21* or.34. :tale scene' of' |the unnual. wtirag'tprmany C! Worship at 7 p.m. Memo i

Mass at 8:00: a. m. Mr*. JL.. Strickland14AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA feet in front of us. but-we finally: : : of, the'a l+WD1oYi
Madio; Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 made the trip successfuUjrjJy*aJ;" Natal Air gtotioiiv<,heoldon. Ovout folizaw'ing sc|aiule: Mon. 7:30

Street o. m. We missed some of our' regular : irats,;<
Baptisms, marriages and Instructions Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard are Sunday School and church '.away..cmp; .chiif UUin .7:32! p-m r'cqai.D.rehearsal; T'IPi'1 Wed.

Baptist Church by. appointment v -* !! spending. their vacation at Clay members Sui d ayi. ,The Grifli? up.fast-; jsi..,a l'fe1\-more:: ..jpajesleft 7:30 p"-n;. Drayef meeting; Friday I
Hill.: f mUies'who'had' a t edtamily their lor reservation'. Sjou,jye

I ((000: Block W. Madison, St.) CHURCH OF GODSwulaySchooI. Shelby Corbert Is spending the : reunion air stated .they asked to get money. in-right'away: Circle 730p.m/PJajer! -,nieeting: each Band.first I Can ndUiirji
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Sen-Ires Each Lord's 10 a. m. ilorq- summer with her grandmother had had a nice reunicn.*. as- the first'.camp periodlils .j.iily Sajurdajl:
Day. The choir is! sell-
I LAS: Worship, 11 a-: m.. Sunday; Irene Padgett and sister, Betty We hadonly '49., .in Sunday 29-2i. The tee:..is:.i11per; .week fc>ieach.6aturdy{ in the interestof 332 ".. Madison Phone WO 4-4975
Sunday School _- 9:15 A.SI. Evening SeryiceV 7:45 p. m.. YPEService' Padgett; at Clay Hill. School .Sunday and 8' of these for each"'Scout _which. includes fund I
Wednesday< 7:45 p/"m Jim Strickland entered Duval sere\ in .the.' 'Adult Ladies class. camp.'apace and food', npt. tr'aaportaMon.vFoc -I the bujllding of the church.
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Morning Worship11:0 .
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; Meeting Friday 7:45 GOLDW1RE
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Prayer p. m Medical Center Tuesday of last The Intermediates won- the attendance ? \ ,further, inf.onna.tioncontact. SERVICENTER
Training Union 6:45 P.M.Evening atre.etDd:-1f >us serve you on
LAWTCY week to have another cancer removed banner by 2 points.the : : Scoutmaster iB.T.,s Mar- '

:: Worship 8:00 P.M. Sunday School 10 a. In. Morn from the right ear the Juniors ran them a close rac .. shall Sr;'"jRpute '!.; Box.. 8.s.tarkeo 6aturday> Mary{ McBride re-

I I PRAYER MEKTINO: Ing Worship. 11 a. m. YPE ServIce same ear that was operated on a Come to Church. i next''Sundayl > :FJUi/rs-;Staff repoiter..' ,lRWtef, :n..:: .
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A Cordial "Welcome: Extended the ramps: sponsored_:.bY -the
Schoo10 a. m. $o.rn.fng .-
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ro All .rbP"'i OF gt Women's, Missicnarjr: .-Society. The ,
Whof,,11 W ..: | h Worship 11 a. m: Evening BRADFORD .
toys.and girls r:will attend separrately
Vs. 7:30 Training .w v f
Worship. p. IJ1. Boy .wifi attend from.Aug.li .
Union (Sundays) 6:30: m. MidWeek By Ozora J. .Shell. ; '
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J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor Wednesday { to 15, gar Is from. ,,Aug.U tQ ,22- WEBWORMS STRIP
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.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAliams. The complete, fee 1 b $6.Vatioa.fee.of$2 A reger-
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, '" 'Xcw lurk YiSitors l accldcnfvlcttmr'An'of: these ... : t quircdpgrar. .
La.wtey. Florida.. Mrs. Urether rjaUents.wen deeply:, grjjttful} ortnd before:Au:.' I. if.you', :..)flan-W at%
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1 FIRSr'ijMl r C6 ic pjn.Stote"S Baker is visiting with Her mother, t :'efcrds.:flowf jle I tersj ihd iu* tend: The'camp iDcludes childreig PECAN TREESTREEPRAYNg

i ; Mrs.' Minnie Miller children-and j t teres t! sbolvnrggnerallylbyi'PU'of:. and youth usuaUi..rjangingin'agesyears .
Q.to-.1f' For further infor-
other l.iyes She is a native tfLawtey. their friends J t
) Rev. Lewis! D. Haines, Pastor. Also visiting "from1: ROchester cbplafshijii Grant mation write: Women's Missionary
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fv; n .. N.. Y.. 15 Annie Lou J*< '8t4 etvisor Sxiety Camps: 206 Baptist Build- ,
Jefferson ftnd!! Court Streets. In, the Heart of Town -. Ozora Shell has been ? Jacksonville 2, Fla.
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Flowers. Both. aje reporting a I awarded a scholarship by the ..
' Phones: 0fice"\VQ. 4.6801Pastorium'NO.' 9-2301 \ ?E htful vacation with relatives !Southern Education Foundationof Chnrcl\ Dews
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and friends in Bradford County. \ ibePrincipal's 9l gn Chapel A.MEChurch.
Atlanta. Ga., to study< In <
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SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.:
AJSAmi
Suffers Stroke of'Paralysis ;!:v. L. onl pattQrLytiil!
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, Workshop; in'Ta1lahassr. -, I eomiunionservlcpSp
, Sunday School 9:15 A.M. Trainin gllnion 6:-15 P.M. Mrs. Laura Whitmore pioneer She received' this Service forth holdegulat ':
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... citizen of Bradford County wash i !;' first time:and'has been granted -' stactiogg3 Sunday q
a. Supt IreneT7roi3S
, Midweek Seryice Wednesday 7:30 P.M. hospitalized on last Friday after professional J.fabY. 'county School at 10 m..
i I ; f -r* ': in c\1r\ Low Feat at
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. y suffering what was termed by SvptH.. P.Morgan. for this st dY.
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU : some as a light stroke. She is in .ii fed by'the; .pastor.,. Ata6.D".1u'
.. She will earn three hours of spadlidte -
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Hi : i ; Bradford where Holy Euchaiiast.will be.administeredSbyaheipastor. Cxpei
County Hospital credit from Florida A.&M..
AT THE. FRIENDLY CHURCH of'her relatives and friends : 'Aiinrernbers
J > S.j i **' "' '-*' many University. Betty Jenkins

__ .. .. .. have visited her. Her daughter '' will work substitute in the are askedUh atiend all't-theseWILLlflJIljfHpME'
as summer -
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t + MaudE Ellerson arrived I". .. ; .J. ...;' ". }" ':',-: -: .
Magee
; activity program during her
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( The perfect IjiiE! :; from Mill Neck L.I.N.y., Satur- j absence. Betty-will1 be a' junior at m ArRENTtI

day and was rushed to her bedsideby Florida: Normal&Industrial Mem: _.

\ a cherished memory Supervisor Shell who formerly ori&l Colle e. 6C Augustine., She I -:-. CALL THE .
lived-with them. Prof. A.O.Jenkins is the eldest daughter of Rev. '

' and his daughter Mae Francis and Mrs. Alphonso Jenkins. Sr. of r' ,
funeral that
f 1 Every we conduct ok TOtfe *
is a source of sustaining : ; and Marion Dell were the key Starke a major. in 'elementaryeducation :.- LOT" J ,. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
figures in getting Mrs. Whitmore graduate'of
and a
.1 solace and spiritual 'inspira- .. t- .( hospitalized and with her nearest R.J E. High., f-lo Q2wnP.aym: a nt -
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ton to the family!' 'E Ir of kin. According to Dr. Felos j :1
Summer Projrani iQ J
t 7 attending physicans her conditionhas EY HOME BUILDERS COMPANY
CHEMICAL
Hundreds of details arc managed; and economically improved since being hospit-I I The summer' activity program 7 ; Jt ..' >Inc.f "I*"! AND
I I will reach the halfway point 'at -- .
attended toTthat': only a" trained "and: J careful alized. Rev. A. R. Randolph supervisor 4
the of this There will C' *A?
organization can'perform- 'when="* the urgent, needfor of Sons and'' Daughters,te fcur end more weeks week.of
serving!is at handr of Levi visited the hospital U! the and !un'for aU 'participa ts. The *
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enrollment} so, far has reached an All Work Guaranteed

I C. JONES_ All other members are asked to all-time high and still others are Keystone. Heights, Fla. .

I FUNERAL DIRE TR AMBULANCE SERVICE visit Sister Laura. Other local expected to join during the final .: .' ...H" "P,.;!"'"" ; I" J I'. ... '. ,
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PHONES: ;\VX), 00:0' : 4-26ir patients: in the hospital include I weeks Swimming is taught by I '__ I' . I _',_ __ ._.J ...... __v..-* "f' ". ... .

Mrs. Grace [Tiny] Long who is : Principals Eddie Thompkins and .. .... ._ .
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I W* furnish the highest ice at lowest and -
: type er\ prices accept. doing fine and expects to be dismissed -I C.Anderson.- Persons'who qualify __ .I
ANY life Insurance policy5 Ii force. Issued by ANY company, as soon; Mrs. Janie S. Mit- I will "RedCross
; : be awarded
payment hi part or ia'full' on funeral sen ices. Consultation cbell was dismissed on Saturday I certificates at the end of the term;;

t, carries no obligation and can be reached at her 'homein i J'ily'31. 'The loke is divided'into

, < ... .. .. .. South Starke: and Willie Wil-1 swimming areas and at intervals
Bank of Starke
I TheCO State
I :. exanjnaticns\ are given and pupils ( Jlflty!

Li .ire promoted from; one area to ,
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1t another Some beginners have -

t been coached by belor J'nkiU5and STARKE, FLORIDA

T Gwendolyn Marshall. Junior
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class and senior, high sehooj.] students

respectively. PrtHnotJpn\ .
I takes place": :as' rapidly as' PIe 5r

I children show mastery in the basic

I Skills taught'by the instructors':::;Aynluabte"volunteerffor ::. .S' .
I ; C.C. Anderson '

Junior_ Hi beginners is Mrs-, : ,. Condenswl\ ,Statement of (Condition June 30, 1959

Minnie Miller, "grandmother "of : < ,r rst3f"m&: r T

t scH-enil l swimming pupils. "On'JuIl .

>.i 2-3 another"special arrangem'enj' S : -
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a. ? has been made for the swimming .

r. ., t7ogram'which will provide A'rart ; RESOI t1 LIABILITIES

treat Ion all the children enrolled- !.I ...j.-..E.S"._ ,. .
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Fiesta Club
l1 Jj Pqtr The regular monthly meeting of "

the Fiesta Club was held 'JIof 'tuehoure : If' -.771: d d. .. from bap _.______________, 2.1,o0.93 Deposits r, --:-:- =-;'-=7"1 n.,..90J26IA2lD

of Mr.. & MVsClarence De:: .
Eue last Friday with Mr. & Alre.WilUarn Unearned Income _____ 41321.56
V S. ojejpynent securities .... 1 1,00,5,757.27
Holland serving as' host : = = .
; and'|>ostes&::/The :first of # Stock _
a series Capital 0,000.00
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beach outings will be hekr >n Loans zjnd discounts 610,026.63
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July 18 at Butler's, Beach Special. ti w w't1 :, :: 1x'1'
Surplus ------- 120,900.00
I guests will be Invited by the mem'bers 7-

Mr. & Mrs. Covington will Bank furniture and fixtures __.____ ,962.04

Neu>1 tYPe ncreAe mhgs yon tomorrow* *i entertain the next meeting, in Undivided ProfitReserve .____ 29,336.21

I Pleasant Grove. William Holland

, president; Gloria-Graham;report 'r Other: .. "-.. \.j.resources ----. --.. 2,617.93 ___________l __ 3,012.67


J The| Vf eel //af the JQa is.gpod seo& sp.lid er.Lunchroom" Workshop Ends .

On Friday the workshop for

.. : ; ; newrlvpa concrete aiYl1! Y9V '.blm9h11. lUl IV!!! lunchroom perSxCnneJ in )Florida TOTAL --- ..___ ____$I,888, 61.86 TOTAL __ __' 11,888.964. 6
ended at Bethune'-Codk'man Col- : 1.- ';,- ;:1' } ** v
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lege. According to Mrs. Alma Royal -
No annoying dips-no bothersome bumps!The very : Jenkins, manager of R.J.E.

nature of concrete permits it to be laid truly level there .. .
was a record breaking ft- -- .. --...
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standards-not just
according precise engineering New Intanttrtt Highway tendance'from the' atate- Many y. '.
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pounded into shape. ara for U.. $: defense,'too critst ding "consultants were"in .
New-type concrete gives a smooth ride for an t I :
eipected life of 50 years and more. There arc two Thafi wby concrete it vital It's I:charge: of'groups "under the direction i' MEMBER OF FEDERAL ,DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION .

good reasons for this: The durable concrete Itself the only pavement that can be enpneered of Mrs. Wagner State f-1c, .' ., w .1-"} t' .

supported by'a specially designed subbase gives to heavy loads,never heel Supervisor of i; this programs- Mrs. 'F CHECKS PAYABLE THROUGH FEDERAL RESERVE BANK .
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even greater load strength; and a new process called strength This aaaores mobility and Ethel Young attended fo'r the .: IT it i '

"air entrainme%" prevents.surface roughening.from freer flowing supply Knw.. to. in3i-, first time and' took the basic .
winter weather and de-icers.. LazY emergencies.""" coursewhich Foundationsitn -. 59i INTEREST: PAID ON. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

Yet first cost is moderate, upkeep expense is low. Lunchroom Management. All reported ..;if-; .__' .
Good reasons why concrete is preferred for the interstate a hectic but profitable two

System and other important roads. weeks( work: We are sure that A Friendly Bank In A-Friendly. Community lI
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their\ tudy will lead to a better I I j I ... ,
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ASSOCIATION 1812EistCalimWDrtwOriindaFlo! t : ,
PORTLAND CEMENT
.program in school lunch, for thee .,.: .
concrete I "
I .. A national organization to iif>*fe odd extend the uses of I. wing term and that parents ,I[

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I I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redding Mrs. Earl Mosley and children and I ha? been ill war able to be presentat relatives in 'CJewi ton, Indian Mrand Mrs. Frank Wozny ,VK: in our fellowship and we hope ence
:!?nd children of Wildwood are Warren Johns, all of the com- church to ?htar a beautiful song I I er City and Orlando and RiV-j 1 turned with her aunt and re-I each will come again and tell hIS'] Those sick list this week
on our
visiting with Raymond's parents, munity. i II rendered by his older brother wonderful vacation trip. Rev. Otis T.Jones delivered inspiring :friends about the fine !!
;)Mr. and Mrs. D.R. (Russell! Red preaching are Morris Carter Jr., sor of Mr.
Charles. Charles
Glad to see Mrs. Freda Crews,I Young sang Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter and messages Sunday for the and singing at the little country
By tin Harvey McCarthy1Liasuaaaaaaaaaa..aaa I"Take My Hand" members and visitors of Heilbronn I and Mrs. Morris t Carter and
ding.Mr. daughter of Mr. and MrsW. H. church in the best
community '
and Mrs. Gene Kelly and Weekend ;?:on, Morris Jr., returned Sunday Arthur Green son of Mr. and
I Billl Green able to be at church guest of Mr. and Mrs. Church. Congregational singingwas :anywhere-Heilbronn. -
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daughters: of Zephythills visited evening after spending their vacation Mrs.W.H.;Green of the U-S.Navy
Hello, Everybody and a very I several days with Gene's mother, Sunday. Mrs. Crews is recoveringfrom I'I Frank Norman was their son visiting Mrs. Carter's par- enjoyed under the leadershipof In way of announcements. choir in Philadelphia, Pa. May we remember -
'plojisftnt and safe' July Fourth is i j i:Mrs. Annie Kelly after returningfrom recent surgery. Happy to C""tcn. and his wife of Jacksonville j',ents, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Davenport Chorister Kussell Kedding witn practice has been changed back to to pray in the be-half of t
extended to each of you. Yes sir, an enjoyable vacation witn se Mr. and Mrs. Green's,. I'I of Bedford, Va., and Mrs.I the talented Mrs. Lamar Reddishat Friday evenings at 8 p.m. and of our sick.
you be real careful Saturday andover i j I I Mrs. Gene Kelly's family in Vir- daughter Estelle and family of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Moore Carter's brothf r-in-law and sister. the piano, plus special singingby course regular Wednesday night Wen guess that's about all for
the big weekend because your ginia. Indianapolis, Ind. at church too. .1 spent from Wednesday of last Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wozny and little Charles Norman during prayer meetings at eight also. this time. May the Good and
pld Reporter surely don't want j i Weekend guest of :Mr. and Mrs.R. Also little Mike Norman son of ..week: through Sunday touring family of Silver Springs, Md. the morning worship. Happy to .This Wednesday evening will be Precious Saviour forever watch t
anything to happen to you or;:' .L.Morgan and family was their Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman who south Florida and visiting with Miss Josie Wozny daughter! of have: our visitors who joined with time for monthly church confer over each of you -tbye now.

your loved ones._ :neice. Miss Faye Morgan of Jack- r
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH sonville.
LawteyA. A joyous re-union of the E.C.
E. 11u8eJ.&or I (lEiniel] Johns family was held all
Bible school. 10 a. m. I.day Saturday. All Mr. and Mrs,
Preaching, 11 a. m. .I Johns' children were present fort NOW FOR THE FIRST, TIME !
Evening Service, 7:30 p m. is event. Me. and Mrs. Clifford
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting I Johns and children Mr. and Mrs.
7:30() pm., Wednesday.Radio Morris Johns and children and
program, 8 to 8.30: a. fJS Isis Heiuon and son all of
m. each Sunday over station Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs- Clyde RCA 2-CYCLE WASHER
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