Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Access Issue Is BroadenedAs t -r.
The proposed new Golf and I Starke on SR 100. -
(Country Club has reached he'I I| Proposed New Country Club All persons who signed member- Board Acts To Open All Streets -- -- '

.'drawing board stage. Pictured l todies* and men's locker rooms .it can1 be expanded in the future. ship pledges are urged to meet at _
;above Is architect Frank George'sconception Bradford County's fight to keep lake access roads open
of how the club should kitchen, storage and utility room.: The Golf and Country Club I II the Chamber of Commerce office to the public was broadened Monday when the County Commission eii

lock from the front elevation. i'and a large screened porch. Con- Corporation last week took an op- 'I tonight Thursday at 7:30 o'clock \"oted'unanimously to have fences removed from _

. With overall dimensions of 50 struction will be of cei/ient block, tion en 108- 'acres of property i to discuss important plans for streets the side of
two of the three county-owned on east Big
76 feet the club will containa i I combined with wood and the owned Lex 1
by by Green about three pushing the project to early com
Lake Santa Fe. The third street i is unfenced and uncleared.The .
dining area to seat 164. a lounge 1 structure will be designed so that and a half miles southeast of pletion. I :
Commission, due to a two. i :
i< themselves! in litigation from Here
Tax CollectionsAlmost Less $225Missing two deadlock, failed to take any on out."
I: Permits Bank i
Building Deposits definite action on the peon to I j Knight said he would still weLcome !

close the street between Lots 3V the to
Complete i Children opportunity presentI
and 38 of the Indian Beacn subdivision 'I #
property owner's viewpoint to I -.
Show Increase Over Last YearBradford I I
Says City Clerk Found In Ohio which was the basis ot!' the Rotary Club. the Chamber or .

f the original hearing :before the Commerce, and American Legion :- I '. '. '

Clerk( Carl Johns reportedthis : Board. Since the board neither: Fost 56, three groups that passedj > i V-1 i '
City 1
County citizens have .ho said, than in 1958 r. > rf,7.f
week that all except $91.50of I I Two 12-year-olds, missing from accepted nor rejected the requestto j I resolutions protesting the closing I .

the city's personal and real es- I,built more homes and have more, Building permits issued duringthe their hcmes here since Monday close it, the street, tor legal''of access roads to any lake in the ) 14 l 'f 1 1t'
in the bank of June 30 rS
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tate'taxes hate been collected. money as first six months of this year have been located in Cincinnati purposes, remains open. (county. He said he thought they ,, >
this than at the end of first : .
year i iI totaled $661.600
of which
Johns ,says lie expects to collect;i I six i months of 1958. *as for public school constuction$380,000 ,Ohio.Lorraine Decaro daughter of County Attorney A. J. ThomasJr. would change their position it ...,. "a .6,4 G-' M' $ f 4' i i"hoto
the remaining montes very short- ,' ., who did not attend Monday'swindup i they understood all the implications -
Bank deposits for both Starke in the county. Permits totaling Mrs. ,
Margie Decaro. and Larry i
I of the hearing. said yesterday of the issue. ,
Y. |I I'[banks totaled 5216850.12 on 8248,438 were issued during the O'Neal, son of Mr. and Mrs. TobyO'Neal I he nad received no instructions -I I.Moncia i' evhibited by County Recreation Board at lake road

t Taxes totaling $40,829.33 were I|June 30 against 4482320.09 at first half of 1958. Not countingthe took a taxi from Starke i from the Commission to 's unanimous Commission hearing showing fence<< with gate erected' across one of county
Assessed from tangible property I vote to all roads
keep on Big
jthe same time a year ago. De- school construction, there was. to Jacksonville Monday and purchased -, to have fences owned streets on east si I begin legal steps
totaling 2721955. i pits increased by $734.530.03 or still an increase of 'S32,762 or 13 tickets for Cleveland, removed. Santa Fe open to the public and county' third street is unfenced and unclearrd.connty'i .

)Boat Registration I by 16 per cent. per cent. I Ohio. Their destination is believed. to have fences removed came on third street it unfencr and uncleared.tion .

r The Community State Bank reported City Clerk Carl Johns says these to have been the home of Larry's I the third motion before the body,

belayed Until AugustTax the greatest per cent increase figures show that more new father [O'Neal is his stepfather MEETS JULY 13 after two previous ones failed in be denied. fiat' property obtained by the

with 45 per cent over June .homes were built i in the first six in Madison, Ohio. I Chairman Harold Norman a two-way deadlock. Commissioner ; -:! Norman and Crawford voted tor closing of any dedicated street

Collector J. R. Kelly said 3C. 1958. Deposits on June 30 this I months of 59 but more repairs ] To finance the trip they took said the Board "will meet again, H. A. Bishop Jr. is on vacation' this motion, with Harreil and;should revert to the County ratn-

this week that boat licenses will rear totaled $1.690.264.42 against wore made during the first half ; with them $300, said to have next Monday' (July 13)) at 10 and was not present at the meet.,:Chastain opposing. :icr than adjoining property own-

not be available until August 1.1 $1.170,664.10 last year, or an increase ,of '58.Olds. i been the girl's own money. When. ing although he left a letter read Norman then offered ms final ers.
a.m. to take the tentativebudget fI
It announced last week that of $519,600.32.The taken off the bus in Cincinnati by Clerk Charles A. Darby. in
.t was ;I by and set the millage rate motion, that all thrt'rol'the coun-I Joe Gray, a member of tne
the licenses would go on sale July i Florida Bank at Starke reported I Air-Cooled agents of the Missing Persons which he stated his opposition toj ty's streets be kept open on the County Recreation Board re-stat-
for the coming State
20. but Kelly says he was notified -,I an increase of 6.5 per cent Bureau they had only $45 in cash : law the year.Commissionto closing any access road to a lake.;east side of Big Santa Ke and !jed that group's position in the

this week of the delay. Boat:over June 30 a year ago. Deposits'on Not Air-Conditioned too $80 transistor radios, and requires Commissioner M. O. Harrell of'that fences be removed where they nlatter in the absence of Chair
consider the budget on or
pwners will have one month to June 30. 1958 totaled $3,311-I complete new outfits of clothes. Brooker opened the triple play have been erected across two or '
wan James Bloodworth who is
In an article in the July 2 edition. before July 15 and submit thebudget with motion that the Commis-1 1 ,
purchase a licfnse after they go :655.99, increased by $214.929.71nud The children are said to have a them. I
to the State Comptroller I in the hospital.
on sale Aug. 1. | totaled 3526585.70 as of The Telegraph was mistakenin told the cab driver that they were ion postpone taking action on the The street between Lots 3V and

Under the new state law, all j June 30 this year. saying that an air-conditioned going to Jacksonville to visit artlative. by August I. closing petition at this tTTie and'08 (the one concerned in the -:1 Gray said it would be agreeLblftI
I petition
boats carrying motors of 10-horse- i CE.. Hernwall. vice presidenti I 1959 Oldsmobile had been purchased Norman said the Commission that a committee of citizens De I the board he thought, If
I ) has an unbroken fence all
power or more will have to register I i the Florida Bank at Starke by the Bradford Sheriff's The O'Neal boy had run away would decide on Monday whether named to study the entire lake ac.'the across it. Another one of;property owners who want the

for a period of two years.:[says he credits the increase in de-|Department. The: new car is not from home about a week prior or not to hold the regular cess problem in the county and] the way i streets closed would obtain a lakefront
I has fence
county's streets a
Boats under 16 feet will have a I j posits::; to the state's being in a' air-conditioned. to the second disappearance, and night meeting scheduled for make a report. I {' site elsewhere and trade it

fee of $1.50 plus a 25 cents service better financial position. There Sheriff P. D. Reddish called the was located at Jacksonville Beach. July 20.Starke Harrell and Commissioner Jessie -' with a gate but there is nothingto to the county for recreation purposes -
is nad not
indicate it public
charee.: Boats between ife and i? more state money In the banks I error to our attention. He laughingly Mrs. Decaro left Wednesday' \ in exchange for the street
attorney H. V. Knight, Chastain voted for this motion, private property. The third street 4 of
admitted it would be for Ohio to get her daughter, and : nghts way.
owners of Lots 3V with Chairman Harold Norman right of wayjs unfenced and un
"mighty nice to have air-condi- the O'Neals will leave this weekend representing i'- Gray told the Commission that
Railroad Assessments Board I II and 38 was also) absent from :I lon.days cleared. t..
tioning but said the car is really. for their son. Each child can! and Commissioner K. L. Crawford I if you don't abide by our
hearing. When informed or Before making his original moI -
I only "air-cooled if you roll the be released only to his parent. I opposing. ,I recommendation in tneae mattersI'
windows down, the vents and I' the Commission's action he declared Norman then the cnairj I I tion. Commissioner Harrell expressed -, .'
open yielded ,
belief that the County you to get rid of as
Changes Mind Raises Values Here ; ,-"The issueisn't settled yany ,
; drive fast. __ -, T the floor to I
and took
". Our apologies to the-- Sheriff. Ensey Playlot means. They're t going to be to Harrell should seek a Ideal bill at the a new recreation

moving any fences or they'll find move that,the street-closing petl- naxt legislative session providing

Tax Assesors Gene Long was Leased To City
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Jubilant this week after being notified i 'rz4I Terwillegar Motors University Prof.

valuations of a on$132,537 railroad increase and telegraph in-I $10 For 10 YearsA Holiday Crashes Submits Low Bid Baby Asphyxiated,

Hired To Inspect
properties in the county. I a;] On Two Police CarsLow
Long was hopping mad two t ten year lease was signed by? Cheated DeathDeath Doctors SayA

weeks ago when he received no-| ., 1r City Council Tuesday night on bid on two new police car City Sewer Job
tice of the county's sixth con- 4 \ land known as the Ensey Piaylot
specials by Terwillegar
secutive cut in railroad and telegraph -[ kx; on South Church St., west of De- was miraculously cheatedIn accepted by City Council Jacksonville pathologist said Frank T4 Tschorn. professor in
valuations by the Railroad ,. 1 Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. one of three automobile accidents when bids were opened at the this week that Stephen 1elsey1!the University of Florida School

Assessment Board in Tallahassee.He Owners of the property, Admiral, that marred the county's regular meetin Tuesday night. six-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. c! Architecture, will be employedas
wrote a scorching letter of and Mrs. Lot Ensey, have allowed highway safety record over the during the installa-
Price of the first Ford, with Joe Henry Kelsey Starke, died inspector
to the assessment board's use of the site previously for recreation I
protest July4th weekend. 1958 Ford trade-in is $980 and tion of a sewer lift 'station and
director, Bruce C. Davis. activities and, when con Cpl. Carlos Musgrove of the the second. with 1958 Dodge tradein last Thursday morning as the result I the new sewer line to be laid on
Davis called the local assessor tjBaby; tacted by City Attorney AJ.. of asphyxiation. J JMrs North Temple Ave. The decision
the $2655.80base
J Hiuhway Patrol said "it was a Is $1080. From
soon after receiving the letter and Thomas Jr., Admiral Ensey suggested miracle someone didn't get killed"in price $1455 was allowed for Kelsey told Sheriff P. D.I,was reached at the Tuesday night
that he had not'received the sum of $10 for the ten
'txplained a spectacular three-car pileupone the Ford trade-in and $1305.80for Reddish the child was awake and j i meeting of the City Council.
word of the $856.000 increase in year period. with payment of bot- ; The inspector will work on an
mile south of Lawtey on US the Dodge. Also off the base playing when she gave him a
valuation that had been placedon taxes. After the property is in use 1. price is federal tax allowance of tl- at 4:45 Friday morning She hourly basis of $3.46 an hour, with
otner property in the county. cs a city playground it will be exempt from Gainesville
Musgrove said the chain collision $220 on each car. j ieft;! soon after to go to work ata 'travel expense
Davis said that in view of the from taxes.Equipment .
Bids called for 1959 tudor sedans Keystone Heights restaurant of $480 per day.
county increase. a raise In rail- for the lot Including started when Ray Collins black V-8 police specials and the baby was found dead at The new lift station and sewer
road and telegraph valuation was and regular size Reddish failed to yield the right- installed by S. M.
nursery line will be
with a minimum of 200 h.p., a 9:00 a. m. by a 12-year-old cousin
In line. is hand and Recreation of-way and made a left turn across the U. 8-
swings on minimum of 114 inch wheelbaseand "X, o was sleeping in the same bed. Wall, contractor on
So Bradford ended up with a Directcor Bob Benner said the installations the path of a north-bound equipped with heavy duty Dr. A. J. Barry who performed 301 widening project north of
$132,357:! increase over the first will be made car. The oncoming vehicle Inspectionwill
as soon Intermittant
brakes. radiator, fan and turn in- the autopsy and Pathologist CarlA. Starke.
1959 valuation figure set by the Tender (vets Trial Run bounced off the Reddish car and
as: city workmen are free to do dicators. Wells agreed in their diagnosisof be by engineers Reynolds,
Railroad Assessment Board. This the job. slammed "almost head-on" into a I & Hills but Council agreed
Two other suppliers submitted the cause of death but were Smith ,
amounts to an increase of $97,003 : First: to use one of two Baby- istrator, accepted the new equipment In recent years Mr. and Mrs. J. third car that was traveling south. bids.: They were Hardy Bros. and unable to determine just what that a full time inspector was' ne-

over the 1958 total. !Tenders donated last week by the i i on the behalf of the hos- T. Quigley, sponsors of the.Gos- Mrs. Virginia Louise Countiss. Noegel Bros.School caused the asphyxiation.The !ic "sary to check sewer beds and
Long said the raise in valuation Knoxville, Term.. received a possible "One bad
Home Demonstration County each joint as it is
I pel Tabernacle, have conducted a burled July 6 at ,
actual income to 'pital. fracture of her right leg, and child was "
would mean ,an Council to Bradford County Hospital youth program on the Ensey Play- joint would ruin the whole Job,
the county of $5,599,69 more than is 20-month-old Sherry Mar- The Baby-Tender is a versatile lot. under the direction of Mrs.. Mrs. Ellie B. Rose, Jacksonville, Board Seeks Hope Cemetery- Rev. Paul W. (Councilman J. D. Doyle declared.

yould have come from the first lene Birt, daughter of Mr. and ;piece of equipment about the size. Flrence Hipple. Mr. Quigley said sufftred lacerations of the right Cafeteria EquipmentBids Murray conducted funeral services Council also decided that the

valuation figure. Railroad and Mrs. Marvin Birt of 1310 Blanding of a card table. The center folds, yesterday" he had no knowledge, arm and chest injuries. CpL Mus- and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral'city would install a shallow sewer

telegraph properties in the countyare St. Saratoga Heights.Representing bark to make a baby seat where! of negotiations between Ensey and grove said Mrs. Rose went to a on cafeteria equipment Home handled funeral arrange- line from the proposed Florida

now evaluated at a little over.' the Council are the child can play or be fed. The! the City and that he hoped arrangements -: hospital in Jacksonville.: will be opened by the School ments. j Highway Patrol Station to be built

one million dollars and will pay Mrs. P.L. Dikins SrI ], president sturdy legs are adjustable for, : could be made to con Musgrove said, Reddish was; Board at the USO building Tues- ',just north of the State Farmers

42380.85 in taxes this year. of the grouP. and Mrs. R- V. height. and fold up for easy car., tinue his program on Tuesday, charged with failure to yield the: day. July 14. at 2 p. m.. Supt. H. Local Store Traded $Markt. to join the new city line

I l. Turner. State Farm, chairman of rying. The plastic top is attractively afternoons from 3:30 to 5 p. m.,. right-of-way causing an accident, p. Morgan announced yesterday. For Key West Motel which, will be laid to the north

I Ccmmunity Projects committee. decorated with nursery de as well as on other special occasions. The patrolman estimated damages I j Bidders were advised to submit t city limits. The agreement includes -

!R.E. Edmondson. hospital admin-, signs. Continued on Page Two samples where feasible. Denver R. Devrick. former owner -\ purchase of material by theHighway
Patrol, whose new station -

Junior I Commission Hears Budget Requests Supply.of the has Farm traded Home that business& Auto,>'side the will city be about limits. 100. feet out-

Woman's Club for a motel and fishing camp on' In other business the Council:

one of the Florida Keys. I' Received and turned over to

THRIFT SHOP I II I Monday was a long day for the library region composed of two or I as well as for his men. postponed after the other three I Chairman Harold Norman told I Emory E. Engel of ,Islmarada City Attorney A. Thomas Jr.

County Commissioners. After the more counties in order to be eligible Jones urged the commissionersto commissioners objected to Har-I I Kemp the State Road Department i,Fla. and Harry C. Edwards of]a suggestion from the National

.I smog had lifted a little from the ; for the aid programs. The budget money for the purchaseof rell's reasoning on the grounds [would be notified and asked to,,Miami are the new owners ofjFarm i' Board of Underwriters that the

CLEARANCESaturday ]lake road battleground they :librarian said Nassau County has three new dump trucks, and a that all property owners are paying |remedy the situation. He said if1: Home & Auto Supply. En- j city adopt a fire prevention code.

spent several more hours in session already taken the necessary steps new road grader. He also asked taxes and all are entitled to I!the state would not handle the'gel will run the business; he has j Ordered two-way telephones for
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listening to petitions and requests and would lik? to have Bradford for an estimated $zs00 for complete equal consideration in any give- job. the county would. j'j jMrs. been a manufacturers' representative -: the fire station and city halL

July 11 for new budget allowances.Mrs. County join hi 'forming a region. overhaul of 'a grader the sways by the county. E. J. Raulerson and Mrs.: for over 20 years. Edwards i I with; an extension phone on the

Bess Burns county librarian Clay County and Baker Countyare county now owns. i. A third budget request was presented J. Gladieux. who live on the loop,is in the mortgage business and ,desk of the'city clerk

All Day asked for a library budget of also taking steps in this direction The road foreman suggested to by Dr. "A. Y. Covington I road between US 301 and Rosier i has offices in Hialeah. \;i Prohibited parking on both

$4,800 for the coming year. Mrs. ; Mrs. Burns said. the Board that the County .stop Bradford County Health Officer.Dr. Read told the Board that clay; The Devricks have moved to sides of South Street between

Tile Thrift Shop most' Burns said this approximated the Road Foreman, R- E- Jones pre- mstalling free culverts. He said Corington requested, an in stabilizing material dumped on; IcJmarada and now own and Walnut and Thomas Streets.

move to a new location and amount that could be acquired by sented his budget requests for the tnis move would knock several crease of $1,200 over last year'sbudget. their road several months ago had \I.operate the Golden Key Motel and ., Voted to make the next sewer

levying one half mill on current coming year, and amazed the thousand dollars off the road and .- He said the Increase was never been' spread, and was stillblocking Fishing Camp, which formerly belonged installation job on the north side

would like to dispose of all assessment for library purposes. commissioners by ,not including I bridge appropriations every year. necessitated by a cut in state two-way traffic. Theysaid I to EngeL Islmarada is located -'of E. CaD Street, with no definite

items now on hand. Sne said the county could become himself in a request for increased i Commissioners Crawford Norman funds. the road was impassable in about 76 miles south of time set.

eligible for assistance from state I. salaries for all road crew employes.I and Chastain agreed that The Board also, heard two requests wet weather. Miami on Upper Matacumbe Key, Instructed City Engineer Riley

This Space Contributed and ,federal library aid funds if. When asked why he had made I the solution to the problem had from Lawtey area residentsfor They were told that wet weath- one of Florida's larger keys. fWesdm to have a street light

it would budget this amount for. (this cm1ssion,"$ones said he was to be absolute-either furnish culverts aid in drainage arid road re- "'I'' bad prevented the county from I who took Farm placed on New Blanding Road in
to Publicize Engel. over
Weekly .
,the library. satisfied with his salary and was for everyone or don't put pair. completing work on the job. The ;front of the Harry Hatcher home.

Community Events by \ Mrs. Burns said this would be more worried about getting a well In any at alL Commissioner .Har W. P. KemP. Lawtey city councilman clay win be mixed into the sand Home & Auto Supply July 1. says\> Attorney Thomas told the Counid -

the cheapest library aid the coun- deserved raise for his laborers. rell said he thought the county presented a petition asking road in order to make a better he plans to expand the machine that the hearing for validation -

I ty could possibly get. Under the heavy equipment operators and should be responsible for putting that Bailey's Ditch which surface. The road foreman was I shop and dress up the front of of the natural gas revenue

THE COMMUNITY I aid plans, the federal government assistant foreman. in culverts along dirt.roads; where I drains: water away from US 301 instructed to complete the workas I the building. Both Engel and Ed- bonds bad been set for July 15.

I i will match county appropriations Although making no official decisions the right-of-way is owned by the I in northwest Lawtey. be cleaned soon as possible. I wards have lived in Florida for This laiD enable the work to be

STATE BANKOF I and the state will put up approximately on any of the budget requests county. He said persons living out. Kemp said residents in that The Commission adjournedafter some time.Though in process ,before the August 1

f 25 per cent of the same the commissioners unan- alongside ,state; rtgbts-of-WUi area have had their roads and deciding to meet next Monday some cash was invol- deadline for payment of sales tax

STARKE amount. In addition to setting a- imously agreed that any raises should have their' prOvided I property flooded because many : to give final consideration to ved Engel said, the deal was on government construction. he

I fide the one half mill assessment, that might be handed out would( by the state.A culverts along the ditch: are clog the tentative budget,' and set the primarily a Uade. said and should care tae city:

a county must be a member of a certainly include one for Jones decision on the matter was ged. m1Dage rate for the coming year. about I2.WO. _.--,


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<0--- J. Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Black Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. all bids_ received will be publicly reserves the right to accept or r.-
Jr. and children of Atlanta \\.ul)and.family spent the weekend at HtIIiHy WUtes E dw.rd-Dors, 74, agen_< imnd teats .to'll4 on the folJuatnr ect any er all. is.

visit 'wttlI'her'moUier, ilrs. W. B.'J St. Augustine and Daytona Beach. j jOn na.rd'Of Bond Trustees Of
Cheated Death / Stand rd. Six-Cylinder one- ][ City Ot Starke. JHoridAB
Parks. :Mrs.: Parka jplan'a to re Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp andMr. Keystone Heights Haif Too. Pick-Cp Truck. : ri Cart Cly 'Cleric
f turn 'to )\Uinta rith tiem'for': aH' and Mrs. Eldon Sapp are T7'e said' Board of E' nd 'Trustees' Johns: tIll)
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visit visiting i Mr. and MrsVictor I -- -- .
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Edward Don 74. died at his J

Mrs. S- W.'Beed1 bid four children 1; Dillon, S. C: this week. .to the three ears at 1150. ]borne in Keystone Heights FOR- ., ,DEPENDABLEtJiLUMBING. .,.
of Tamp Spertt Thursday to Mrs.'"Merrill\ Struth and daughters -I Musgrove charged Mrs. Ora Nell I II' day night after a brief Salur-// A.ECONOMICAL" PRICES" -

*+, Tuesday with Mrs. Sarah Hunter Nancy, Viki and Martha, and 'Underbill, Starke, with violation Born in Cooksockey, N.y. on,
!',(, ,_._. "" all attended Phyllis Darby are visiting Mrs. I' the and not having I
and rlght-of.
-. r-- r'. .,. ----------- family. They :of rfiy Aug. 12. 1884, Mr. Dors had been CALLEDWIN
the Clardy family reunion in Jas- Pearl Whitnell in Deland for a i a driver's license after she an auditor for the New York
returned i
:Miss Judy Meyers of Miami is Mrs. Floyd Crosby .;eek involved in a collision: at the
a per on Sunday. was I Central Railroad Co. for many!:
home Friday after being in the JOHNS
pending two weeks with :Jacksonville Convalescent Hospitalfor Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson Mrs Elmer Jones of Compton, intersection of Crosby Lake Road years before his retirement in :.
Mrs- Merrill Edwards and family. t weeks. and children of Fort Benning, Ga.. Cclif. is spending several weeks and SR 100. The patrolman said :!'949. He 'moved to Keystone .

Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mr. and the past two who recently returned from service with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. she pulled out of the Crosby Lake .Heights from Tappan N.Y. abouta Phone WO 44975

*Mrs.., Ralph CoDins in Pelham Ga. :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagwell,I in Germany, and 'Mrs. Lola A. L. Crosby, Sr. and family.'Mrs. Road into the path of a ear driven : year agoBesides (Goldwire Senricenler: : Neat; 'to Winn-Dixk)
for two weeks vacation in
the weekend.Mr. eaves Mrs. Inez Wheeler Boilings-
over Johnson of Ocala spent the week- Crosby, Sr. has been released from by his wife, Jane Bruce
and Mrs. Ray Stone and Nashville, Tenn.I end with Mr. and Mrs. Henry God Bradford County Hospital where orth of Lake City. DATS of Keystone, he is survived COMPLETE INSTALLATION

daughter, Pauletta, and Mr. and I Chief! and Mrs. D.W. Carpenterhad she was a medical patient for ten Jane Smith, a little girl ridingin 'by a d ughter..Mrs. Jean E. Ship- I OR REPAIR WORK
Sunday at as holiday guests at their win.Mr. of the suffered a bruised 1
Mrs. Wiley Coley spent one can.
: and :Mrs. P. 'M. 'Barefoot days.Mr. bent of Waldwick N.J, and one
home on Lake Santa Fe, Mrs. and Mrs 'forehead. Musgrove estimated ., .
Silver springs. Rudolph Sink and -- -
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spent the first of the week in son. Joseph C. Don of St. Louis, :;
Charles Walker, Mr. and Mrs. total damages at $475. .. -
Mr. and Mrs. J.M- Edwards and daughters Sally and Cindy, and M o. '<
David Reid and son and Mr. and Tampa and St. Petersburg with
daughter were at Daytona Beach friends and relatives. Anne and Betsy Matthews spent The third holiday accident occurred Funeral
of jenrtees were held at
I Mrs. Buddy Walker and family
last Thursday Daytona Beach. at the south entrance to .
over tbeeekrnd. W. 10
.Jacksonville, and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Mr. and Mrs. F. Graudon a.m. Tuesday at the graveside
Miss; Martha Dayton Is vacationing -' and family of Starke. and children will spend the.week- Rev. and Mrs. Paul Murray of the wayside park on US 301 in Keystone Heights Cemetery 1

this summer in Olen, N.Y. end at Neptune Beach with Mr. Theressa were last Friday guests SOuth. Musgrove said Farrand with Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating. j
with relatives." Mrs. :Maude Home and daughters .of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lee. House was charged with failure to Burial( r r a, ,
and Mrs. Lowell Mathews. was in the family plot under -
Ethel and Lucile of Jacksonville -
Jane Adams is visiting her have his vehicle under control
..Mrs. E.C. Morris and daughter, visitors of Mrs. Jack Gahagan of Bluff ton, S. C. : direction of) DeWitt C. Jones.
were Sunday grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank after he ran into the back of a
Funeral l Home. I IOTICK
Sue, of. Pomano Beach are :spen- was visiting his grandmother, Mrs I
H. L. Brownlee.
Herlong in Saluda, S. C. ca driven by Raymond W. Urn-
ding s ve'ial.w elS.with'Mrs. Morris Mattie Gahagan over the weekend
Mrs. R. S. McAteer and Mrs. Mrs. Alice Anderson visited Mr. stead- Umstead was making a turn Tana'--. Fl.rida THUR. FRI. JULY 16 '17 'J
Denmark ,
: daughter, Mrs- SO. l\1i': and Mrs. Kenneth Gnder > ,
Florence Jordan of Tampa revisiting and Mrs. Ted Simmons and Mrs. thin the park, and House was un-
Notice is
And 'family, and ajso with her will leave Sunday for a fishing hereby given that the
Mr. and Mrs. George e L. E. Mills in Trustees of
Gainesville last Friday able to stop before hitting the the Internal Improvement -
"'ther:B.Y. Saxon ,In Hampton. Flynn Jr. this week. trip to Marathon. They will join back of the turning vehicle. Fund of the State of Florida, BIG DOUBLE
Sue leaves Monday to be on the John Powell who is there this pursuant to law, will offer for sale, ATTRACTIONi
Mrs. H. A. Knowles underwent Miss Madge Middleton of Starke for competitive sealed 1
Junior team at the Methodist week. No one was hospitalized after bids at 2 p-UL.UKUM .
at Doctors and Mrs. Marguerite Corn of \ 11. 1959.; the following described -
Youth Camp in Leesburg for three surgery Hospital on Mrs. T. D. Stroud of Jacksonville this wreck, but Musgrove said.Mrs. lands in Bradford County. Two of the Great Love'and Faith Stories .
Tuesday. lakeland spent the weekend at W. Umstead complained of a Florida, to-wit: ,
weeks.. R. i *> * >
H. Fields
Mrs. J.
visiting Lido Beach. Government Lota 7. '3, N\A of I
Sammy Miller celebrated his thirteenth sprained neck.Damages and X% of U.
ASK ANY GIRL on Sunday. Gay Mabry is confined with Section 30. Township of our time!
birthday Sunday afternoonwith were estimated at C South Range 20 East
SUX. Mow Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hathaway Hepatitus.Mr. S45.8' acres. I
a party for a few playmates. and children of Macon Ga. The Purchaser is required to pay
-" .- .........., and Mrs Clarence Floyd of Musgrove investigated a the advertising bill\ and documentary I ONLY TilE MOUNTAINS SAW IT HAPPEN .
have the week with
spent past Columbia S. C. were Sunday minor accident on July 1* He said st< i mps.!
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns. afternoon visitors of The wale. If and when made shall
f T That Our Brulnm Mr. and Mrs. :a driver named Fred Jones was be subject< to Uw Trustees reserving ONLY THE HEART CAN DESCRIBE. ITS GLOW. .
Mr. and Mrs. Futch
Merrill and H. A. Lawson.
jnto themselves 75
charged with failure to have his per cent of the
family of Tallahassee Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montieth of phosphate, Mlnerah and metals and
If It Glass We
flays It and
vehicle under control was 50 per cent of the petroleum thereon
CALL WRITE or VISIT Mrs. Fred Ekard of Jacksonville,I Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. Joe sueda summons to answer the or 'thereunder. CLIMB THE HIGHEST
and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futeh of I ;Montteth and son of Jacksonville, charge in County Court. Musgrove The Trustees of the Internal Improvement -
.: Starke spent Sunday with Mr. and Pad Capt and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes Fund re.erve the rightto
back of '
Joe sad* Jones ran into the reject any and all bids.ST
I Peters Glass Co. Mrs. C. A. Futch at Kingsley and sons of Biloxi Miss. are another car. bamages were described ORDER of the Trustees of the

Lake. I vacationing this month. at the as negligible State Internal of Improvement Florida. Fund of the. MOUNTAIN ,

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller' Alvarez cottage on Kingslfcy Lake- -LR0y Collins Governor.

We 'Design Modern Store Frosts were weekend guests of Mr. and II. Paul Knight of Miami and C. H. Walters 75 AtUst Trustees: Van H.L I.Ferguson Fund. Director (TECHNICOLOR)

t Just MaD Us A Pattern for Mrs. Charles Sheppard in Tampa. fitarke:) and Kenneth Gray'of Miami ,Starting bid 15.00 per acre

Table Tops Carr Colley and daughter, Barbara -I are vacationing for three _____ 7-' it 8-7 Starring Susan Hayward
; I ,
weeks in San Francisco. Calif.I Former ResidentC. 3TOTICB OP
spent Thursday to Sunday IJTTEXTIO TO
1313,N.W.- 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone--'FR.- .. 2-4353, ,- at Inglewood Beach. They ac I'' JimmyLawson spent the weekend :RK6I9TKR C oUce is .hereby FICTlTIOtS given that","..theuniterstgned. : Academy Award Winner (I Want: to, Live)

companied Mrs. Sam GUlispie to, with Buddy Baker in Jackson H. Walters. 75, of Jacksonville under the provisions of ,
ville. Buddy returned with' Chapter 20.952.: Laws of William Lundigan, Rory Calhoun and Alexander Knot'
her home in Fort :Meade after Jimmy former Starke resident, Arts of Florida. -- .. .. -
Mrs. Gillispie had spent several I for three days visit where he was an active memberof Clerk of the will Circuit register C urt.with in and the I

CUT FISH & MEAT MARKET : days with her mother, Mrs. Laura I Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson the First Baptist Church, died for Bradford County Florida. upon *
and family are back in town after receipt of proof of publication ..f
Colley. July 7, in a this
Tuesday morning. notice the fictitious name of -ALSO-
c Mrs. Earl B. three weeks vacation at ,SpringLake. home where Moccch Appliances under which, we
Searing is convalescing Jacksonville nursing
Fresh Fish Twice Weekly From Cedar
Key are engaged in business! at ::0 E.
at Tier home after a ton he had been a patient the past Washington., Starke, Fla.
J. F. Bloodworth underwentSurgery K. B. 4 ) ..
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS POULTRY AND silectomy at St. Vincent's year. Incorporated William f
lastweek.. Hospital in Bradford County Hospital Survivors are his wife, Mrs. ill Kelhl.Of Omar'Starke.fravton." Florida E. R.owner-Moench). From the best seller by the woman who, loved him .

PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIES Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Marco on Monday. The BloodworthchUdren Florence Waiters: one daughter,, Dated this 9th day of July A. D
\ Ellen and Carol are rrsa, at Starke, Bradford
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES have returned from six days vacationing staying with their grandparents, Mrs. Louise Tenly of Starke: two Florida. :
at 1liamLSandra sons, W. Walters of Reidsville, 5-9 It 7-:o A MAN CALLED PEEER '
Mr. and Mrs. C- W. Brandon, Sr., Rev. H. Waltersof ,:
and Lenora Israel havereturned Ga., and Hugh "
l Open ALL DAY Sunday in Quincy for three weeks CALL FOR BIDS -
home after a'month'svisit Valdosta Ga.: four grandchildren Sealed bids will be
....... Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall. Jr. and and two great grandchildren- the Poard or 'Bond Trustees received of the by (IN CINEMASCOPE)
with relatives in Buena Vista
617 E. Brownlee St. Phone WO 9.1093Starke Fla. Uty Gt Stark& Florida
moved to
Tuesday Lake at the City '
Ca.Mr. City. I ,Funeral services were held Wed- B.n ill Starke. Florida until 7 Starring Richard Todd and Jean.Jpejers ."
nesday morning 'at fO o'clock at J) mon Tuesday, F
and frs. Corbin Scott Car I A: D. U59., H ;
Rodney Herlong of Jacksonville. at which time ud
Seashole in Jacksonville.
nell and sons of Gainesville were i is spending this week with .his II I Chapel .." ,
Fourth of luncheon I with interment in Ashburn. Ga. ,
July ot
guests grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. : -:- "' ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Quigley. : ,
Herlong. They had as a Tuesday .
The Casper Sapps and the Leonard visitor Recent Births --: ,
Tommy Layfield of Fort
The General Electric
t I H. Cruces of N. Water Street White.d .

spent the Fourth of July at Bradford County Hospital announces -

ia CompanyANNOUNCES Head Branch. The outing was Walter J. Oliver 56 the' following births:

somewhat spoiled, however, by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Griffis of

the near-drowJRng Of Mr. Sapp's :Theressa Services Raiford, a son, Randall Alvin

10-year-old daughter, Vera Anne. July 1. ? '
Set For
She was rescued by 'Mrs. Coy Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Edward Massey of ; x UnL/1 AWFII1

Cruce who went into the lake in Lawtey, a daughter, July 4.
Walter J. Oliver, 56, died Tuesday
her street clothes to bring the Airman 1-c Elms I> [Bunt)
in a West Florida hospital i
girl back to safety. Crews and Mrs. Crews, of Valdosta -
after extended illness. He 'as'
an '
Another Franchised DealerMOENCH
Ga. announce the birth of a
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barkley and born in Duval County on April
Mark Anthony, on Saturday,
Mr, and Mrs. Jim Thomas and 22, 1903,.and was a member of the
July 4. Mrs. Crews was formerly
Families of Jacksonville were Baptist Church.

In Starke fourth of July guests of Mr. and Surviving are 'one son, George Miss Thelma Stentan of.England. For
Mrs. Junius Smith. Oliver ef New Mexico; three C.Mr.U.Crews Crews is of son Lawtey.of.Mr. and Mrs- :Any Person or Persons to EngageiniBosioess :;

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick Sr. brothers, Andrew and Everett
Mr. and-Mrs. Jimmy W. Wells
were visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. Quick Oliver both of Jacksonville, and

APPLIANCES Jr.weekend.Mr.in Statenville. Ga. over the Martin two sisters Oliver Mrs.Plant Sarah City I/evens; and, Mary announce Frances the birth, on of June a daughter 30 in, Under.A Fictitious Name Unless V

Sumter County Hospital. MrsWells -
220 E. WASHINGTON STREET and Mrs. Ervin Andrews Piant City, and Mrs. Eston Brown is the former Anita .Israel.
end son of New Smyrna Beach Starke.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank '
are on two weeks vacation withtheir Funeral services will be held at 'HieName Registered
Laffan of Starke. ;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. R. 10 a. m. Saturday in Pine Level

WATCH NEXT WEEK'S PAPER FOR Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. DavePaulk. Baptist: Church with Rev."W. E. V V

Hall officiating. Burial will be i in ASK 'ANT GIRL

SJr ron Day of Miami is visit the family plot in Hope Cemeteryat '
GRAND OPENING SPECIALS! ing her cousins, Betty Jean and Theresa under 'the directionof AT THE :FLORIDA THEATRE Read This Florida Law -

Mary Schmitt for two weeks. DeWitt C. Jones unreal H bme.

County Ew a Hospital Lawson entered on Tuesday Bradford lor "It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, u fine kere&, U

observation and treatment. engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herefq de

.E.i Mr. and Mrs. George Bishop fined, without and unless said fictitious name,shall be registered with tat

Ill, have returned to :Charlottesville clerk of the circuit court of the where the
Va. BEFORE :BUYING ANY HOMES : county principal. plan of b busfataa
after several weeks visit:
'is with shall
registration consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid l'u
w6th her :parebi, Mr. ,and Mrs.: iffidarit -

Lex Green. 1 signed by all interested persons, 'statin_ under,eath.the:na>aers,.{ ": .

I, Mrs. Oelphia White' 'of Jack-: ;tn ihoge interested in the business enterprise, tha extent_ of tie ..Is..

sonville Is taking an extended : tertst of each and the fictitious
visit. :with her sister-in-law, Mrs.., CheckWth; name under which said business Is carried
., "lOlL, Said registration not be made
Laura Colley. I may jintil_the person or persons desiring

-- Mr: 'and 'Mrs."B. L. Moxley Sr.of j AII Companies ,to en&agt in business under a fictitious name bD have d Mr Hd-lt....
"Mid dUe,Ga. 8 ent the weekend
their Intention
.' to register eaid fictitious
name at least
once week for four
with ,
:Mr.:.. and Mrs. "Moxlej '
Jr. They brought back their i. Ct70n3ecntive weeks in some newspaper as defined ,jby law In the caity

... grandson Benjy, who had been WE WILL FINANCE FOR where said registration la to ;be made, and said registration &iafl,not to

visiting them for two weeks. \ accepted by the clerk of the circuit court
Sarah Booe of Jacksonville Is I 40 upon receiving net t

spending a week with her grandparents 12 YEARS.ON BLOCK HOMES such publication. '

i Mr. and Mrs. (X: P. Sie-
; Flat in the raer, Sr. while her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. H. F. Booe attend Ridge- .
crest Assembly Training Union in

"i of Nowhere. South Carolina for a week.
... We will finish year home, will pat fat -Electric'Bath, -
Mrs. W. AStern is r WB your

s. A weak tire usually chooses the most inconvenient V, ,_, .- home after. surgery convalescingat at Baptist Set, Marsh Maple Kitchen Stalk and ;Overhead abets, all V ; If' you are engaged in business under -any name.

.. ; time and place to go fiat But, with the help of jour Memorial Hospital last week. Plontblaf and put up your Sheet Rock, leaving very little fwr.
Mr" and Mrs. T. P.
Langston to do.
Phillips 66 Dealer,you can be pretty sure this won't of Manning, S.' C. were weekend yea .." .' :otber than and have not bad this i

happen to you. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mc- yooFown, name
t. 'let him Inspect your tires regularly and keep them- Knight. We don't charge fw travel Ne dawn payment- Two maths

inflated properly. If a tire becomes unsafe he can ; Lt Col. and 'Mrs. J. A. Griffin before first payment. J> red tape no-Ugh 'pressure '....

i* quickly"provide a new Phillips 66 Action-TrNd have as"'guests' Mrs. R. E.McDan-: men; We will call and explain enrytUaf' you .(no urge); properly advertised d.and registered wffl;be

: less tire made in such a way that h virtually) eKm.J lel i and sons of West Chester, Pa. No obligation. You owe It to'yourself- to investigate V before'buying .. we

for. several d3 s. teem anyone. We have 'out of our to help .
: nates the chance of an unexpected flat . June way
blowout Mrs. N.'P. Riccardi and sons of others,and we can help you. ,'

't '.: or Miami are spending several dayswith glad to.give you all .Information' toT
Phillips Deafen carry a complete a 'Mr. 'and MrsP.. W. Strick- necessary as
line of tires. Drive in and take your : iacd. \

choice at the station where you see the.4 Bobby Faye Smith has returned WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER

t Phillips 66 Shield.JEROME. frcm Savannah Gal:, (where she TONEY' HOMES, Inc. TONEY HOMES,"Inc.;, what you should do.

vas viiitin her cousin Avylin
P. 0. Box 106 Ray D..Forth .
JOHNS OIL COMPANY Surrency for ten days. .
Distributor 'Mrs- Fred! Sndl, Mrs.:Dre* Red-- Bowling Green Keystone Heights '

dfch'and family and Mrs: TiaveSachman .. .).
ct .. Florida Phone 4123 ,
># were \i.fting-Mts..Fro y

..a Corbett? at Femandina Beach on -, --- at
'#'ut dlte. '. : : : :

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Coke Party Given Mrs. Rita Dickens Comedy At Park CARD OF THANKS

For Barbara McCombMiss Has Novel Published Stars Janet Leigh
It is impossible to enumeratethe

Barbara McComb whose Starke. friends of Mrs. Rita And Tony Curtis kindnesses bestowed by relatives -

marriage to Jimmy Weldon was x. Dickens of Marianna will be in- word neighbors, and friends up-
Janet Leigh has the last
an event of Saturday evening, was ? her book. on us and loved
M. r terested to know that with Tony Curtis as she "pulls our one during
the for Coca-
inspiration a lovely
? "Marse Ned" has been published rank" on her husband when they her long illness and death. To all

Gladys Mooty. Cola ing of party last given week Thursday by Mrs. E.morn-L. Linda 'f f .. br Exposition Press Inc.. New ro-star in "The Perfect Furlough"at who have rendered assistance and

---- .-.. ,.. York City.
the Theatre next Sunday,
. Matthews at her summer homeon .. I comfort In so many thoughtful
Mrs. Dickens a great granddaughter -
Buffet Supper After :WCTU Has Luncheon, Kingsley Lake. -, ,, I of Florida's Civil War Monday and Tuesday. ways, we are deeply grateful

The guests enjoyed swimmingupon .J;. wJJr.. 1': John Milton Is a frequent Curtis plays an Army corporal'The family of Alene Layfield
"' Governor
WeldonMcCombWedding Business MeetingAt their arrival after which Ann .o',_ '-! ?' ........... ..: at the who wins a furlough to Paris anda
f :; visitor in Brannen Mrs- Raleigh A.J.
ra iY
refreshments were served. The red t- .... .. Mr. and Mrs. girl movie queen Linda Cristal.
RehearsalMrs. First Methodist .. < '- home of her friends
and white checked linen cloth on 0 & to accompany him. Miss Leigh .
L.D. Vining. -
the refreshment table was centered .... ,..i;sts" _-..." :':' plays an Army lieutenant who -
entertained red, white, and blue -I' i In his foreword to the book D.
Weldon Flags and
Gladys with a white milk glass compote '" thought up the furlough as a morale -
at a lovely buffet supper last Friday flowers were used in decorating filled with Florida fruit. A Gaskins' ; .. $ .. ,B. McKay editor of the Tampa tunt.

evening at her home on N. when the WCTU met July 1 in large wooden tray of CocaColaswas J.. !:. .",: "if'' .i' ,, Tribune's "Pioneer Florida" page, The three are ably assisted by
.i. : Jr Ned is not a FloridaTHEATRF
Walnut street honoring her son. placed at one end of the table :lji.-;:, 'i .. '-.c_. JIOr.'", says: "Marse only Keenan Wynn Elaine Stritch.
the reCl'eatit\n room of the First .
-Y : ..v'r. I beautiful and heart-stirring story,
Jimmy and his fiancee, Miss Bar- and balanced -' y,,"" ... Donahue and
by a wooden trayof (l; :' :t "'< : Troy King Donovan.
Msthodis'hurch for luncheon
a ; '
i but it subtly conveys a
bara McComb following their .
sandwiches at the other ,
end- : '0' ..i"-.. ,.. :
and business meeting. Place cards .. .
I the relations
truthful of -
Weds O{: -;" and picture
wedding rehearsal.The Early American trays and baskets ".. .. \\. ,,\.Jtj". .* .J'u.i;."" )i' Conservation
were mounted on the backs of red ... ... ...... ..._. ".. : .,.. 'I of trust-in many cases affection Election
buffet table was attractive also! held fruit tarts and indi : .o.v" '> '.x.
with a cutwork cloth and was and blue miniature chairs. vidual coffee cakes. ,;'.".,":->, .: :t:0; '.: f -existing between the Scheduled For July 14
After luncheon, a devotional was .. ;z:, gentility of the Old South and
centered with an cpergnette filled Among the guests attending : "..
withering! and white carnations l ler by Fred Sacher of Park-of-the sere Mrs. Jack McComb, motherof : ; > ,: 'J. > 1 ,their deserving slaves. An election to name two Supervisors -

and mums with lighted pink tapers Palms, an honorary guest and the bride, and Mrs. Gladys Glenn".. ,., .- ,;{"I j I "While I have no doubt of the for the Bradford Soil Conservation Sat. July 11fi

The 22 guests included mem- two temperance films were shownby Weldon mother of the groom. .-....." :-'; ".,< ;;:" ;: ." i book's popularity in the South I ; District will be held -

bers of the wedding party and J.T. Quigley another honor- Mrs. Matthews presented the .. .'<';'. '.-';, "tr.. -;. -;:......., (.,.. :hope it will also be widely read In Tuesday, July 14. Polls will be M tN
( t.
out-of-town guests. ary guest. Pennya-Day banks honoree with a personal gift as '; iY : i the North. It should be a power- open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. at

were distributed to those presentfor a memento of the occasion. Norman ;.,. ;.s-P; -... :'., ,!::lt.1 ful agency for the creation of goodwill the following polling places in fi

Mrs. Weldon was assisted Martha in, future temperance work. Miss Mary Agnes Matthews assisted ... ..'..If.'':.''. ';".;iF'. : -." and better understanding between Bradford County '
raving by her daughter BtuFsrd
Miss her mother in serving. s '" ."* 5i ,"t- the sections; with the result County Agent's office In Starke;
Mrs. Steve Weldon Jr., and .., j:'
Mary Agnes Matthews. Delores Opal Starling .. -..;,.i :.,*if -,, x':;.& of closer unification as loyal Water's Store in Lawtey; Oscar Jrai.Craia
Girl Scout ,' R- :''',.;." Americans." Carter's Heilbronn andColson's tnttrietCnwfenlWSSK
Troop M ") .'" ;
To Wed July 18 ." < '' _:; .. .. ,.t
: "- ', k'''' The author describes the novelas Store. Brooker. Qualified
Mrs. W. N. Johnson Plans ,. _.-:''. ',.':. ."" I ...IO' ,'A--.;: < Camping Trip i: "
:; ; "true of real
story people"with voters who also
a are property
;:'&*.&:'. .. "" .... own-
Tells Of Tri-Weekly Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Starling an- For Friday NightLone ?'-"Sf. :..t C : 1
nounce the approaching marriagecf r k Lev fc ff J gJO .p fc *. a. .... 'her father Ned Blackshear, of Leaton Morgan Jr. is a- candidate -

Prayer Meetings their daughter Delores Opal to Georgia. to replace L. J. Green who l/
Troop 2 of the Intermediate Miss Linda Ann Gaskins 59, and is now employed at the 1
*' James Marklee Parrish, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D- Big Dad Mfg. Co. I is not seeking re-election. S. J.
Mrs. W.N. Johnson announced Girl Scouts will have an over- daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joel Parrish of Lake became the Mr. Norman is also a graduateof Circle WSCS McGarvey is seeking reelectionand 1
that "aa old-time prayer meeting" night camping trip at the Free- Gaskins of Lawtey, S t
Butler. The wedding 'will be an son BHS class of '55 and is is unopposed.
Glenn Norman. pre-
will be held each Wednesday and man Register Jr. summer homeon bride of C.
event of July 18. Mrs. Frank M. Norman S'ntlyire chief at Starke Tele- Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Hampton Lake Friday night. of Mr. and
her home, 741 E. Laura St. The group will be accompaniedby Jr. of Starke in a beautiful phone CoOutoftown- will hold its regular monthly Deputy Hamilton

Services will also be held Sun- Youth FellowshipHas their leaders, Mrs. R.B. Cauff- wedding ceremony performed Sat- guests were Mr i meeting at the Recreation Build- Makes Shine Arrest

man and Mrs. Lola Garbett, and urday evening, June 27, at 8 o'- urd Mrs. Earl L- Carter of Jack- !ing Tuesday July 14, at 8 p. m.
day afternoon at 3 o'clock with Swim PartyRev. Mrs. Register. clock in the Heilbronn Baptist sonville, Mrs. Curtis Colding of i Mrs. W. R. Miller will be-hostess. 1
Luke of Gainesville
*n out of town speaker. Rudolph
Church. Rev. Otis T. Jones per- Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
H- O. Boyette and mem- formed the double-ring nuptials.The Redding of Wildwood, Miss Faye Abandoned arrested Tuesday night by the
First Bicycles
Baptist'Missionary Sheriff's Department and charged
Telegraph Employees bers of the, Methodist Youth Fel- couple said their vows before Morgan of Jacksonville, Mrs. --

Enjoy July 4 OutingMr. lowship, Flora Slade, Dottie Day- SocietyThe an improvised arch which Charlie Gaskins of Avon Park and May Be ClaimedAt with transporting arrest was made moonshine.The by Deputy. GIG 1OUN .MAMIE I Itaamd Y AN DOREN

ton, Kay Garbett, and Donald entwined with fern. Twopedestal I Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe and Miss Police
was Station ,
Sheriff James Hamilton at 8:30p. ti IIUJIII P.IIIG'o rwM 1I0ICl 1112pve
Thompson enjoyed a picnic lunch Women's Missionary So- baskets holding blue car- Glinda Varnes of Ocala. .
m. Tuesday near the Bayless M flY,..UYa I.UII'I PWIWIT IIllI1l
and Mrs. E.L. Matthewswere and swim party at Jacksonville ciety of First Baptist Church met nations and white gladioli were ? .
Anyone missing a bicycle Road
Highway Church on State all ,
hosts at their annual Forthof Beach Tuesday. Enroute home for a business and program sessionat placed at either side of the arch. Wins Honors treat. !
Police Chief Riley Sweat 225.
July office party at their sum- they attended the Youth Revivalat the church Tuesday, July 7. Potted palms and branched candelabra -
he has two abandoned bikes that Luke was driving a 1951 Ply- Plus Car-
"Hiphip Hurray"
mer home on Kingsley Lake. the Wesley Memorial Churchin Christian Witnessing in Louis- with burning white tapers s --

Members of the Bradford Coun- Jacksonville that evening. ana was presented to the Helen formed the background of the set- have been picked up In the last mouth and had four 5 gal. jugsof toon.
few weeks. Ha would like to getthem 'shine in his possession. He is
ty Telegraph staff and their fami- Masters Circle
by program chair-
The M. Y. F. group will resume
lies enjoyed swimming, boating, Sunday evening gettogethersafter man Mrs. H. M. Byrd with Mrs. ting.Miss Barbara Bates, pianist, off his hands if the owners. bond.now in the county jail uder $500 Sun., Mon. July 12 13r6ir

and skiing during the afternoon L. G. Powell Mrs. M. H. Shep- music the guests can make conect identifications.Chief
church services this Sunday. played nuptial as FiF
Sweat also all bike
and a picnic supper was served on pard, Mrs. J. Chasteen, Mrs. Mary accompanied Miss urges
the patio later in the evening. They will meet this Sunday even- Jarvis and Mrs. L. M. Irby taking assembled and soloist who sang, owners to register with the Police James Elliott Sullivan ptwfcf 1
ing in Fellowship Hall and make Glenda Parker, .
part. Miss Sandra Stith visiting Goest," "The Department so identification of 'flJMD / SHIRLEY / WSKWEN
plans for further meetings. All "Whither Thou Buried WednesdayAt
stolen and abandoned bikes can I
Virginia honored the
ASK ANY GIRL young people of the Senior and with a solo. group Lord's" Prayer," and "Oh PromiseMe. more easily be made.Swimming Kingsley Lake .t / MttUIXE / YDU&)

AT THE FLORIDA THEATRE Intermediate age are cordially invited .
Mrs. W. W. Whitfield of Pelzer GIRl. '
to join the group. James C. Norman served
C. also Program Elliott Sullivan 68, died
1 S. was a visitor. James UtTtOCOUH
brother as best man, and ushers Srb Cil e aScopt <
Guest speaker for the August at his home southeast of '
of Lawtey To All Students
Blaine Thompson Open
meeting will be Miss Josephine were Starke after being in m health
J Factory Prices Clifford Bloodsworth of Gain-
Jones who plans to show slides of for some time. He was a nativeof Plus "Little Wise Cracker"Tues.
esville. Swimming is now open to all
a recent mission tour. Clay County and had farmed in

47" The executive board met at 11 The bride, given in marriage by students, from beginners to ad- this area most of his life. ., Wed. July 14, 15RoraTWTCHUH

a. m. with Mrs. J. E. Hildebran :her father chose for her weddinga vanced swimmers, in the Summer Surviving are! his wife. Mrs. Eva

presiding. j : lovely 'hite embroidered organdy Recreation program. Busses leave Griffh Sullivan. and two sisters,
One Quart With Each over : School at 8:15a.
FREE gown taffeta. The snug Starke Elementary Mrs. O. O. Webb and Mrs. Amy
or Gallon One you buy bodice was accented by a scalloped m. -
89th Green, all of Starke. k
Birthday Party ,,,._
sleeves Homemaking
courses are
decolletage and cap opento Funeral services were held in

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE For E. L LangstonMrs. with self-covered buttons down girls who will be In grades nine the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at
The long through 12. Classes are held dailyat
the back to the waistline. Miss Judy Wainwright former 10 a.m. Wednesday with Rev.

501 N. W. Slh Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6.7588 E. L. McKnight entertained princess lines of the gown drifted Bradford County resident, gradu- BHS. Orville Brookins, pastor of Boat- Rii>mBAKER.iusj rx MUma:
at a birthday dinner party into the skirt which gave way to ated from Jacksonville's Robert E. Elementary students in grades drain Baptist Church officiating. I -

June 29 for her father E. L. a wide appliqued chapel train Lee High School recently with four, five and six who wish to join Burial was in Kingsley Lake Cem- ..Ell scAa II tlndalt.

Langston, who was celebrating.adorned with a wide bertha bow. several honors. summer reading classes are invited etery.

his 89th anniversary.An Her finger tip veil of sheerest illusion Voted the "most intellectual" in to contact LH.. Gibson at Plus "Flamboyant Cartoon

CLEARANCE SALE attractive green and white ( ; was held in place by a coiffure her class. Judy was in the top the USO Building.
decorated Students who have not yet ASK ANY GIRL Thur. Fri. 16 17
color motif was carried out in the cap of matching organdy five per cent, scholastically, a- July ,
with seed pearls- She car- registered at Bradford County SUN. MOX.THE .
party decorations. mong the 525 Seniors at LeeShe
THE THRIFT white Bible topped with a High School for the 1959-60 term
SHOPE. ried
Helping Mr. Langston celebratethe was also named the "best businessstudent" RIGHT POINT for the I'd Climb The
.cascade arrangement of white are requested to contact Assistant
occasion were 19 guests at the. and had the honor of
write Come in and
Call St. Next Door to II. C. Wall Agency buffet dinner including Lonnie :roses and stefanotis centered witha attending the Business Men's Principal Joseph Wood at the way you se.
orchid school at their earliest convini- led favorite ESTERBROOK
white purple-throated your
Langston and daughter Nancy, of Banquet where she received a ,!
and long white satin streamerstied for her school and cnce. Fountain Pro. TELEGRAPH. Highest MountainPLUS
ALL DAY SAT. 11 Lubbock, TexasAlderman- trophy ; a certificate -
WOJULY with lily-of-the-valley. and medal for herself.

SPONSORED BY JUNIOR CLUB Reunion Mrs. James W. Lee of Lawtey Representing her school at bus-

attended her sister as matron of iness contests held in Tampa, when you needRELIABLE

The Thrift Shop must move to a new location and we Sunday, July 19 J honor and the bridal attcndents Judy came home with a first

ware Mrs. Lamar Reddish and prize in shorthand winning a
want to dispose of all stock before moving. Come early The eighth annual Alderman.Miss Betty Gaskins. All of the at- plaque with her name engravedfor I MAN CALLED

and take your pick at Give-away Prices. family reunion will be held Sunday tcndents wore identical gowns of her school and a medal for GAS SERVICETHINK

July 19, at the Kingsley Lake blue organza over taffeta, fash- herself. She was also tapped for

home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ioned with a draped bodice and membership in a national hon- OF PETERPlus
Canova. All members of the fam- full floor length skirts. In their orary society.

ily are invited to attend the picnic hair they wore matching bandeaus Judy is the daughter of Mr. and "Doing What's Right"

lunch and all-day gathering. with loops of pale blue stiff organza Mrs. Frank [Dock Wainwright of TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
Your insurance and a nose veil They carried Jacksonville. She is well know in Cartoon.NEW .

New River BaptistsTo arrangements of blue car- Lawtey, having spent many sum- PHONE WO 4.3551 '-.<<' - .
be "old fashioned nations with blue satin ribbons. mers here with her grandparents, i J __ -
.nay Clean CemeteryA Rachael Williams niece of the Air. and Mrs.Truby Wainwright.
fool I bride, served as flower girl in a Her excellent high school record

Cemetery Working will be gown of blue organdy over taffeta secured for her a position with

"'f .. held at New River Baptist Church and carried a flower basket of blue Equitable Life of Jacksonville,

Navg you brought your insurance up to date since Thursday July 16, beginning in I carnations. Michael Lee her nephew where she has been employed
the morning. All those interestedare since graduation. HOMESAND
you bought that new TV set. .hi-fi. or furniture? urged to attend, bring a picnic served as ring bearer.
Mrs. Gaskins chose for her
the value of the basket and tools. Power mowersare
Make sure your policy covers present daughter's wedding a pink lace New Business Sites

contents of your home or apartment Call us now for especially needed. gown over matching taffeta with Under Construction

your complete property insurance checkup. Madison Street WMU ;which she wore white accecssoriesand
a white orchid corsage. '
Ground clearing operations were

Mrs. Norman mother of the begun this week for the construction LOTS-
Circle 2 of the Madison Street
Harold C. Wall Agency Baptist WMU will meet Tuesday, I groom was attired in a blue lace of a new business building on .

>> July 14, at 7:30 o'clock at the :gown over taffeta complimented the corer of West Madison and

t.'s II J 'S 06 Dial WO 4-1801 y home of Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr., 129 'wth white accessories and a white Bay Streets.
said the
r: N. Westmoreland street. I orchid. Realtor Guy Andrews
ii'! tlteNudcid rift Jasun ceCompa.y-Group_ A reception was held at the building should be completed in
Circle 3 will meet Tuesday even-
I Gaskins home immediately 'fol- about 90 days, at an estimatedcost
ing at 8 o'clock at the home of ,
lowing the wedding. The home of 15000. Construction will FOR SALEPARKWOOD
Mrs. Norman Willis 1404 E. Call :
was attractive for the occasion be by Ben Hall. ,

street. with baskets of white gladioli and Andrews said the building .
1 blue carnations. The bride's table would contain three business sites.

Wesleyan Guild 1I was covered with an imported lace One section will house. a coin-

Pruning Cavity Work I cloth and centered with a three operated laundry. IN

Bracing Tree Removal Wesleyan Service Guilds Units 'tiered wedding" cake decoratedwith

De-Mossing Transplanting One and Two, will have a Prayer white rose buds. Around the Midget League
Breakfast in Methodist Fellow-
1 base of the cake
; was an arrange-
': Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S ship Hall on Sunday morning at
:ment of fern. Community State Bank picked

8:30: o'clock. Miss Helen Kelley of' Brooker up two wins in the only games ESTATES

TREE SURGEONSPETE Hostesses win be Mrs. R. S. .greeted guests at the door and flayed i in the Midget Ltague,last

Mullins and Mrs. A. H. Harley .presented them to the receivingline week The light schedule was setup

Sr Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Mrs. composed of the wedding because of, .the .holiday week-

SAPP, Owner Jake the Gruis win be in charge of party. Miss Barbara Bates cut the end.The Pratt, Westmoreland and Jefferson Streets

STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965 program. bride's cake, and Miss Kelley kept Bankers took their wins *

the bride's book. Assisting In serv- from Starke Builders Supply and
P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palalka, Fla. Starke Florida
Bedford Shore Party ing were Miss Susan Waitt of Johns Oil Co. by scores of 9-4 ,

AGENTS Gainesville and Miss Patsy uad 83.Next .

j Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617 The summer residents.of Lake Nichols of Starke. week's schedule: Florida

Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Bedford Shore enjoyed an all day After spending some time with Pest Control vs. Johns On Co.. ..
PHONE WO 4-2111-
Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. get-together on the Fourth of their guests the couple left on a July 13; Community State Bank i: : .. 1
July with swimming boating and short wedding: trip to Chattanooga w Starke Builders Supply, July ,0 '.-' :
For "
Call Our ,
Expert Tree Surgery ; ,
skiing by the eight families Tenri. They are now at homeat 15: Florida Pest Control vs- Starke OR WO A 0681 .
FLORIDA & CHEMICAL CO. : ._ .,.. ,
PEST CONTROL throughout the day. A delicious 509 Center Street, Starke. Builders Supply July 10; and -

224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 chicken barbecue dinner was enjoyed The bride is a graduate of Brad Johns Oil Co.'against'Community -

in the late afternoon. ford county High School; dxsafof: State,Bank on JuIy.17c __



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I Temple Ave. Starkela! Jr.
Py Fred J. Thompson
vvvyy 9YyYYT ..yyY.yyyMAXVItLE family. Miss Nancy" McPhersonand family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones Carroll A. HiCKey, I46 X. Temple Assistant Trust OfficerAs
editorial Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wilklnscn -- Mr< and Mrs. N. 1+ Cannon and are; boys of Macclenny and Mr. Are.. sole owner. Administrator Estate Waler. S.

and family of Auburndale children visited, in Jacksonville and Mrs. Ralph Merritt spent the D.Dated 159 at this Starke 2ith Bradford day of June County A., Sibley. Dec-d. 6'5' _.4t 71Fp'I /

enjoyed an outing at Sampson Monday'..withMrs..., Cannon's pa- Fourth at St. Augustine Beach. 1101 ida.
lent's, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Born- The Harold Shiver family Mrs. C/25 4t 7/1t
Lake, on the 4th. of July.
:A: Needed Change By Mm. C. B. Nolau&AAAAAAAAAAA.&A&A6AAA' John and Roy Waters went stein. Nan Merritt the Lavender family I. 'Covnty atlcp'. Coart. In And
Miss Vivian,,15.Reid of Plant and Miss Ida Merritt spent the For Bradford ('...t,, Florida.
A beach fishing last Friday night
In re-Estate of ANNIE P. SCHO-
City is vi&ting\thi$.week wth her Fourth skiing on Sampson'Lak .
\ .
Et.D. Deceased.OtCE
and had a very nice ticie.
fn Road Closing ProcedureThe Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson uncle and,;aunt Mr, and Mrs. N. The water is now just about out \ OF FILING PETITION
and family of Jacksonville visited Mrs. .Hattie Nolan Mrs. Ruby L. Cannon and.lankly. of the trees and back in the nor- FOR F1:\.41. CHHC.E OFftEq'TOR

idea was advanced at Monday's meetingof with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- Durrance and Mrs. Dora Byrd We regret that Mrs- Sarah Jane mal lake bed.MITICK To All Whom It May Concern: Fri., Sat. July 10, 11

Commission that local bill pinbotham and family Saturday.. spent Monday in ,Palatka with Griffis is.111' and wish her a Notice is hereby given that I
,the County a haT filed final returns as executor -
Miss! Debbie Phillips- my
session .Oscar Harris and J- D. Padgett speedy recovery. .... Of ITPT\T10> TO of the estate of Annie P. 3 STOpGE:
should be passed at the next legislative Mr. and.M.-s. J. W.Mann'and RF.GISTKR: FICTITIOI \ 1MB
enjoyed a fishing trip on the 4th Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon carried Notice is hereby given that the JVhofield. deceased; that I have FUNORAMA'The
providing that any property obtained by closing of JulY and caught enough fish family/ Miss Carolyn Norman, their little!'o.grandson, Bill nnltf'tl'hln4"d. under the provisions off"haplf'r f.lci": ; my petition for final discharge
revert to the and not Mrs. Penny Griff and Miss Bennie 2.S5J. LAWS of Florida and tbat I will apply to the Hon.argbe -
road should county -
a public '
for a fish fry that nig t. Those! Goo.-in'.to a doctor in Starke Acts of 1941, will register with the : Theron A. Tarn County Lone Ranger
the adjoining property owners. enjoving this occasion were Mr. Padgett visited in Starke last Thursday- Surely do hope he CHer-s of the Circuit Court, in and Judee of Bradford County Floridaat ,_
Monday .... fur Bradford 141 a. m. on Tuesday, July 2Sth. layton Moore
County. Florida the
This proposal certainly makes sense and should ard Mrs Thep Byford and family much.ltmPJ"QVed. fi..tuions, name of Graves Home 1l:9 for approval o* the same and
be. pursued by the Commissioners to a success Mr. .and Mrs. O. L. Harris and Mr. and -Mrs. Ernest: Padgett Soft Ball Team.. Hairy! under which we' are engaged' for final discharge as executor of Pins Color Cartoon
and of Jacksonville in the estate of Annie P. Schofleld de-
Bubhy btifineys
son at Route .
I. tarlu' Fla.
The Maxviflei Braves Softball
ful conclusion. Any property, and especially family. Mr, and Mrs. Leon Harris :- K. B. & il.. Incorporated (William ceased.
visited afternoon
and Mrs. John \Sunday with team. is playing the Baldwin In- Dated this 23rd day of June. 1959 JION TUES.
waterfront is much too valuable todayto and family Mr. Kf' hi. Omar Brarton E. R. Moench), SUN., .
property, Miss Bonnie Padgett.Mr. all of Starke. Fa_ st Starke. Eradford County. Florida.
dians Thursday Maxville. owner
and Mr. on
make person a present of 50 feet of it by D. Padgett family and Mrs. Harry Padgett Dated thl Sth day of July. AD. SOLLIE KEXDR1CK: July 12, 13, 14
any and :Mrs. J. D, Padgett.Mr. Any of youa-Majrrille. boys interested JI! :>... at SUrke. Bradford County Executor of the Estate of
the mere act of closing a road. As badly as the visited .-Middleburg Sunday in playing soft ball please Florida. Annie P. Schofield deceased Furlough
., and Mrs. J. D. Padgettvisited 6'25 4t i/ eIn The Perfect
county needs extra cash if anyone is to benefit { in Middleburg Sunday morning with Mrs. Padgett.snotherand get in touch.with Bobby Nolan or _______SU T-If: -- Curtis Janet Iig

from street heinn closed it should : father, Mr. and Mrs. Mike. Cannon !. Tb. Circuit Court Eighth .Jadi- The Connjr J-idte'. Court. raA.d Tony ,
financially a with Mr. Padsett' grandparents, Bud For Bradford (...t,. Florida End
Mosley.- to obtain rinl Clrrait Of Florida !. '.eI For Of The
Mr. and Mrs. Mosley. Any one wishing'; a In Probate. Ao.! I-44O Beginning
and not the
be the commissioners Bud
prop Bradford ("eallt,. la Chancery
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith and
Estate of Walter S. Sibley,
copy of the Bradford County IV RE Pff ji? pastle
erty owners. The old law that makes this provision Mrs. Daisy Padeett and daughter family of Jacksonville were. overnight Telegraph can purchase one from lit nT'OF the County STAHKE..f Bradford.a Municipality State of deceased.MITHK. Ppter Graves

is outmoded.. in this day of high priced visited in Baldwin last Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. HarriS Grocery Store or from Na- Florida, FOR Fl\tl.01'II.I I1ISCU4RCR>G PBTITIOS FOR Plus Color Crtaoa for Children

)propertyand should be changed. morning.Mr. Earl Mosley and family last Wed- than .Cannon, who now delivers Petitioner T1I.ST'TF. F.XECITOR
and J. D. Padgett! Notice is hereby given that the July 15 16NortI
Thur. ,
nesday night OF Wed.
FLORID and the Taxpayers. ,
Another sensible suggestion was made at Monday'3 them toe home-. undersigned has filed its Final Returns -
*, meeting. Since the countv owns three 50- scent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons. Billy of. Property the City of Owaern Starke and, iarladinic Cltlxeas -- as Administrator of the Estate i West' MountedPolice
and. Mrs. Harry Padgett. have returned home from a vacation Non-resident. &f Walter S. Sibley. deceased: thatit .,
'foot rights of in the Indian Beach sub- and Bobby enjoyed an overight owning propertyor has filed petition for distribution -
rpad way Miss Bonnie Pad?ett sppnt Sundry spent in Savannah Ga- and ..bjert to taxation therein. discharge and that
stay.in Maxville last; Sunday night. and final
*divjsiocn 4on Lake Santa Fe. it was sucrgsted that afternoon with Miss Linda Daytona Beach.. Renpoadeat on the 20th day of July. 1959, it
Mrs. .W, J... Bell and son Eugene ORDER TO SHOW CATSETo CarroU
the property owners who would like to have these Waters.Mr. Birthday Supper, : The State Of Florida. Thronfth will apply to the Honorable Bradfordounty Tberon Gary Cooper, Madeleine
and, MX., and Mrs. Wilbur A. Yawn. County Judge
public roads closed could get together and obtain and :Mrs. Rudolph 'Wilkin- Miss Shirley Higginbotham was Bell, and,*son David of Jackson- The< State Circuit Attorney Of For Said The State EigbtkJudicial ;The Florida for approval of Of Dracula

150-foot site elsewhere on the lake and rive son and family are spending aweek's entertained at her home Monday ville spent last weekend at the Several Property Owacr. Taxpayer Order said Final of Distribution Returns and and for for Final an Blood

this ,to the county in exchange for the closed vacation! with Mr. and night July 6. with a hamburgerfry Bell camp at Salt Springs. Claiming' .'CitixcBn Any And Right.Other; Title Havlnc Or In-Or Pi rharge as Administrator of the. Sandra Harrison Louise Levi
Mrs. C- Wilkinson.. Sr. and Estate of Walter S. ::;it>leY. deceased.This
streets.t This would he an agreeable solution for and out of doors and home made MrS. W.'J.,Bell\ and sons, Richard -. term. In .Property. To Be AffertedBy 23th: day of June. A. D. 19i9. Plus) Color Cartoon. .
family in Maxville and Mr. ice cream. Enjoying this occasion The I nnnce Br The City Of Bank OfJncicsonvill. -
all concerned since it would give the property and Eugene Mrs Morris Bell Starke Florida. Of Bond Hereinafter The Florida National. .
Mrs. Pearce in Macclenny. ..
with her Mr. and Mrs. Doss
were. .
and son Wilbur and Mrs. C. E. Mote Purtifnlarty Described .
owners what they want and would give the coun- Baby Brown Higginbotham, Miss Jane Higgin- Wilkinson Jr..and daughter Shirley Or- To Be Affeeted In Any WayThereby

ty 150 feet all in one location rather than three Mr. and }Mrs George Brown an- bothara and Mr. and Mrs. Ben *
enjoyed an outing at Kingsley You and each of rou are hereby
'50-/oot roadways. The 150 foot site, of course, nounce.the arrival of a baby son. Higginbotham and family. Beach last Friday eight! required' to appear on the 15th day
tart in the Ed of July, 1959.;; at J::0 o'clock p. m.
Friday July 3.
would be much better adapted for recreation pur- George Sin Jetary of Greensboro )'frand Mrs. Morris Bell,.enjoyed before the Circuit Court of Bradford The General Electric
Fraser Hospital in Macclenny The visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Connty Florida at the Court House
than the three different locatio an i outinat Jacksonville
young man has been named Padgett in Starke. Florida and show canswhy
and family Sunday.Mr.
As matters; ,, now stand in the controversy, the Thomas Dewey. and Mrs. Harry Padgett Beach last Sunday.,. j e ;i the the above prayer of entitled the Petition proceeding filedin CompanyANNOUNCES

Commissioners are on record as being opposedto Miss Shirley Hiranbotham! amt daughter, Bonnie and Miss .YYYTTYYYYYTTTT Y TYYYTYLONG.f should not be granted and the bonds .

closing at least the one street that was concerned snent a few days in Jacksonvillelast Carolyn Norman visited in Jacksonville > BRIDGE: therein authorizing described the and issuance the proceedings thereof --

in the action before them. If this sets a week with her cousin .Mrs. Saturday with Mr. and validated and rpnfirmed- raid
it in the Carolyn Ellis and family. Mrs: Floyd Mosley. AND NEW RIVER bonds (consisting Four Hundred
precedent, \is a step right direction '. Twenty-five Thousand Dollars
Mrs. Bertha Harris and dauah- We regret that Doss Higginboham "t $4:5,00000):! ) Natural Gas Di that of preserving to the its claimto
public rightful
!Ira. R. F..MenittUAAA1 dated June
buton! Revenue Bonds
ter. Clara Mae enjoved dinner ?
access to the state's lakes and streams. is ill again. Mrs. Higgin- 4 .......A. I, 1959, maturing serially on June Another Fran bis tl'Dealer
with her son and dausht r-in-
botham, and his daughter Shirley 1 of each of the years 1962 to 19.8.both .
So Far 7959 Looks law. Mr- and Mrs. Leon Harris and Mrs. Dan Parrish and Patty Fourth of July waS quiet.in this Inclusive! bearing interest pay-
able semi-annnally at such rate as
and family! Julv 4. Parrish took him to a doctor in neighborhood. Some families went shin be determined upon the sale

t Miss Rose Mary Wellhausen\ Jacksonville Tuesday. fishing i others stayed home and thereof' not In excess of six per in Starke
centum (6 cent) per annum a
Ashlev Wellhausen. R'l'v Godwin per :
Like a Good Year ;Jackie Waters has returned relaxed. more particular description of said
and Pete Wilbanks of JiHcsorrviUeenjoyed home to Jacksonville:after spend- Mrsr T, O. Cook of Jacksonvilleand bonds being contained in the Petition :
a sighteeing trip to St. ing two week here with Mrs. -a neighbor tried their fishing filed in this proceeding. ,
With half of 1959 already gone it is a good : DONE AND ORDERED at Stark@'
time ta.pausa and review the Augustine Sunday.Mr. Dorothy Waters,and family 1'ick.: at ampson Lake on the Florida. this the 22nd day of June APPLIANCES
that has MOENCH
progress Joe Pacteftt vis- 1959
and Mrs.
Lynn and Angie Waters of Jacks Fourth and both left with fine
been made in Starke and Bradford ;SI| John A. H. Murphree
County during ItPd Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Padgett
sonville spent last week with their catches. Judge of the Circuit Court of
i the first six .months of the year. and family Sunday aftprnl! grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Moody and the Eighth Judicial Circuit of 220 E. WASHINGTON STREET

,The, four-laning of U. S. 301 north of Starkeis Miss Bonnie Padgett spent the Waters. family were entertained by Mr. County.Florida in and for Bradford

well" under way and preliminary steps are beIng day with Mrs. Lessie Mae Wilkinson Bud Waters of Jacksonville and :Mrs. Green of Lake City at 625! 3t 79NOTICE

taken for the proposed four-l ning south of Fridav. spent from Tuesday until Friday their cabin at Rainbow Springs, -

Starke to Alachua County line, and the elimina- Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis and cl last week with his mother Mrs. last weekend- REGISTER OF FICTITIOrS rVTF.VTIOVTO J> tilE WATCH NEXT WEEK'S PAPER FOR
tion of family of Glen St. Marv and Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family., .Those from this Community Notice is hereby given that the
two right-angle turns in the
section under the provisions
Edna Manning were visitors Snn- Ed Bubbie Waters who. the DuPont undersigned
and Roy en- attended picnic
Sal Lans of Florida,
of Chapter U.
of Starke. These projects of course, in conjunction dnv of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McPherson joyed a fishingg trip,.to Kingsley Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Acts of 1941. will register with the GRAND OPENING SPECIALS!

with other 301 improvements in. adjoin- and Mrs. Sarah Jane Lake last \Wednesday ,night, Black and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit' <:Crnrt In and of

ing counties will further stimulate traffic on this Griffis. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robinson and Les Whitehead and family and. r for-ceipt"of Bradford proof County.of publication Florida. upon

important highway which already carries more Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Panish and daughter. Darlene' of BaltimoreMd. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs anddaiighte this notice the fictitious name of s ,
Tn' *Totem Pole under which I "am
\'ehicles'per: day than any other Federal highway family. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy H'"seinbotham -' will arrive Saturday to spend ,._ :,' %., .M 'd .v engaged in bnine"s at 146 N. .

in the district. and daughter. Miss twq Reeks' with Mrs. Robinson's .. .
Shirley Higginbotham. Hattie Nol- parents Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- ,
One of the most significant
progressive steps
o an and Nell Parrish and Mr. and gmbotham.

taken in the past six months was the completionof Mrs. Tommy Smith and family The Intermediate girls class of .

the natural gas pipeline through this area.bln'gini spent the 4th of July at Indian the Maxville Baptist Sunday 'i .,

\ plentiful, low-cost fuel to Florida and Ford. School held a class meeting at .
holding out the hope for stepped-up industrial The district WMU will meet at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Waters .. ::-r. .

activity. Plans for converting Starke's municipal Long Branch Church Thursday Monday night. .

power plant to natural gas' have been acceptedand July 9.We John and Ed Waters, Richard
are sorry to learn that Mrs.,
and James Norman and Pat
conversion should be completed by late falL
Dexter McPherson is ill. Mr. and .
Owens went to Live Oak last Sun-
The distribution system, which will bring natural '
; Mrs. Harry Padgett took her to day to bripg Miss Linda Waters

gas to resident consumers, will be, started, as soon a. Jacksonville doctor Monday. home from a visit with her broth- NOTICE .

as the revenue certificates are sold. Mrs. Mary Wellhausen is visiting er-in-law: and sister Mr. and Mrs.

Expansion and renovation of school facilities her son and daughter-in-law, Marion Higginbotham and family. ,

throughout the county i is well under way, made Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen Mrs. Dan Parrish visited in ,. .. '
and ; ; "- ,ri.
possible by a $450,000 bond issue. Most of tha family.Mr.. Macclenny Monday with Mr. and .. '
and Mrs. Donald Masters
new buildings started this will be for Mrs. Marion .Higginbotham and
year ready were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. .1 \ -t A. *i I ; "rt .
... '.-i. r .
use by September. The expansion includes a new W. Mann and l family Sunday.Mr. > : ,

elementary school an auditorium for Bradford and Mrs- J- W. Mann and ....- ,.. ;. .

High School. a library for Starke Elementary family visited Sunday afternoon MONEYFor : -

School and additions to several other county with Mrs. Mann's father, V. Mos-

schools. Icy of Clay, Hill. Vacation
In addition to the Keystone Club Estates development Birthday
Little Cheryl Wilkinson daughter <>-
in the Southeastern part of the county, of Mr., and Mrs. Oscar Wil- 'MONEY ,

and the new Parkwood subdivision in Starke, kinson celebrated her 3rd birth- : EFFECI1VEJULY1VEWILLPAYIN 1 % : .

there has been a steady increase in residentialbuilding day Sunday July 5 at the homeof Consolidate ITo Bills

throughout the county. A quick tour Mrs. Grace Herrick and' family .

of will show homes in where they served birthday ;
inspection new
many every '
cake and ice cream. Mr. and MONEYFor (
Mrs. Leonard Elvin of Jacksonville a
The Starke.Chamber of Commerce got a boost r '
joined the other guests for
with the hiring i of a full-time executive director the occasion.We Medical, -, ..,. BillsMONEY- ,

last fall, and the city's recreation program got are very sorry to learn.that. '

.under way with the professional services of Rob- Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson has been ill : RATEJaUF 3% PER ANNUM THE HIGHEST -

ert E. Benner as director. for the past few days and is under .

'1 These are just a few of the advances made the doctor's care. For

during the first six months of the year, and the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson Home t Improvements :

outlook! for the second half is equally' good. Work Sr.and and Mrs.daughter Oscar Wilkinson Charlene. andDRIVE4N Mr. ... I 1 RAH ALLOWED BY LAW. FUNDS

;vill soon be under way at the State Prison on a MONEYFor

:multi-million dollar facility to house the,state's ,

growing prison population, and the new. Buildings 90( r .

will be located on the Bradford, County side ; Boats & _MotorsMONEY DEPOSITED BY- SATURDAY JULY 1'1' '
:of New River. Work on the water and sewer- THEATREOn ,

age systems for the area has already been started. ( Route U. S. 90)) i

Also included in new projects that should ma- .

terialize in the second half of 1959.is a golf and BALDWIN, FLA. For i Auto Repairs WILt DRAt INTEREST FROM THE 1ST. ; \

country club which has been the objective of an Show Starts 7:45 P.M. .. -
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interested for several months. A decision > ,
group ,
:on a suitable tract of land has been reached and CLIP THIS AD LOANS UP TO ', .. t j. "
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plans are being drawn for the country club build- And Bring It With You ( .J.....

ing. This project at long last seems ready to GOOD FOR ONE $$600 -- .-. 4 i
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roll.The Free AdmissionTo "' -' l 'r' .
City recently announced its decision to I
industrial tract of city- This Program Only. ;:ij
'develop an park on a
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owned, property in southest.Starke. and this Fri, Sat. July 10,. 1GO.D'DAY "; ",.-."
;Action, coupled with introduction. of naturalgas FOR F _' ; ": ;:-4 .
''in the area should certainly create interest "Folks Find Us : ." w .

among rindustrial site seekers before the year is A HANGING Friendly" '. : \

out .
fled MacMurraf.Mar=ie Hayes i.
Altogether, ,is seems as ,if Starke and Brad-, PLUS LOtlAL ., :; :: :': 'BANK AT STARKE .

ford County enjoyed a very satisfactory first half FINANCE <; iJ.;.....1 ,.. ,
:of 1959 and the outlook for the second half isequally Live Fast, Die Young -- ; !';., .-: ,. ..-,' -.,. ..,t-_ __ t z "-5 t ',asa.. IIoo iIi .' i,

bright. Mary Murphy, Norma .1 '. One" of 28"Banks of the Florida National Or Oup 3Iember Federal Deposit 1: {nsoraiiM Corp.. -.

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PANEL Sizes: 5, 67
Horn and Bodice lavished. SizesJunior
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;J iectiba of beautiful styles Sizes: 32 to 46 3: 'p r. $1-100: sq"'
l' and colors designed to flatter Misses 10 to 20
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"Spruce Mayo"UNDERSHIRTS : T 8'/2 to 11 ded. '
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Folding j t "Blue BelP First Quality
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gives each county about $175,000j"1 I 'et forth to the be!lt of my County of Bradford PII:

Property Sales Graves Dairy I King Strawberry.. Making ComebackKing a year. This money is the main I, I Correct" >dg-Attest and :belief. ,I m.Sworn this .Ctb to and"y subscribed of July befi 1525.r!",

financial support of many of the Norman H. Willis land I hereby certify that I am not
Total $89,860For smaller counties and some legis- Charley E. Johns officer or director ot this bank.

Strawberry night .be onj happen this year if farmers are lators have expressed apprehension H.S. E.V. SimmonsE. Knight Notary(SEAL) Public Margaret State L. Miller of Florida at

Two WeeksProperty Sold For $55,000Sale $ Ii TT4 his way back in Bradford County. .so inclined. Despite the rains that if the smaller counties }I. Brin..on large.
Directors My commission expires April 13,
County Agent George Huggins runner plants for the fall settings lose control cf the Legislature the :::t"t of Florida. 1961.
said! again this week that the still healthy and plentiful
,transactions in Bradford appear equal division formula would be -- --
of Graves Home Dairy near little red luscious! fruit is the enough' to meet expected de
in the two weeks cnanged .to give the larger coun-
County past
totaled $89.860.All Sampson City to a local corpor- county's best money crop, and mands. ties a bigger bite. Sell It Rent It Trade

transactions were recorded ation for $55,000 topped Bradford .' that a growing number of farmers ,Berry farmers who have not The third proposed amendment

Clerk's County property transactions In were expressing the same view. started a soil fumigation program would give the Legislature rather
rin the Bradford County June. M WORDS OR LE5" OB* iBsertlw (MIslMss Charge) Jl
said there little
Huggins was t< rid their ground of nematodes
than the State Game &
Fish CommissIon
office. Prices are figured from The 60-acre : EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER M ,. .... 4f Per W.i<
dairy 90
Including hope that ,strawberry acreage should give serious consideration
documentary stamps affixed to contrql over spending of 90% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT ISSERTldWR! !'A'-.a Ail
head of Guernsey cows, was pur- would ever leach highof to the said
the deed. pre-war thought Huggins. game funds. It would also provide Kf ADDITIONAL! FOR BLIND! ADS OR ADS NOT PAID lit ADVANCB.
Only transaction of $1.000 or chased by K. B. & M. Inc.. whose / about 1200 acres but he expects Fumigation for this year's fall that the Cabinet, rather than

owners and officers are E. R. to see a gradual yearly Increase crop should be done not later the Governor would
mentioned here. appoint the WE HAVE loan for NOW. Th.
mere are a new program ultimate In pre ll'e. $Of
Richard P. Taylor Jr. to Singleton Moench, president; William Kelhi, up-to a maximum of per- than early August. five members of the Game Com farmers. Loans ot I to B years ENGRAVED business cards, $15 JJ
vice president: and Omar Bray- haps 500 acres. Huggins said a desirable long mission. for the entire credit requirements (price Includes plate). Never before.
: .E. McKay, $1.000, two lots. of the farmer and bis fam engraving at this low price.
Joe H. Green to Albert H. Wil- ton, secretarytreasurer.The An all time low was reached in range goal being considered by Five other constitutional amendment ily. Gainesville ,Production Credit Bradford County Telegraph tf
new corporation will also the county thiee years ago when local farmers is more crop specie proposals Association,. CO Horth Main
land. approved by the
'Jiams $4,210, 14 acres
Galn@lvllIe. Fla. tfch
own and operate two other busIness !- only 150 acres were grown, but alization. He said many plannedto 1959 Legislature will not CITRUS. bearing sixes container
Annie Hope Haines to Othma go on grown. Also Plum Canter Apple->
concerns in Starke. One of this fIgure,had increased to about follow strawberries with peppers the ballot until 1960. RADIOS REPAIRED Pear. Hood and Baldwin. Fig,
Lamar Haynes, $2,500, lot. All Make. AU ......
these, Moech Electrical Service 200 acres this much to the sweet and Grapevines, Persimmons, etc. Ever-
Robert F. Deraorest to Guy Andrews corn egg plants, |*as...... ChargesSHEPHERD'S pu..t... greens. Shade Trees, Camellias,
b $10,000 farm on Krowniee has been operated by Mr. Moench gratification of berry farmers who rather than plant small patchesof RADIO TV 400 varieties. Azaleas fine plants over,

road. here for the past five years and still made profits, even,after suf- many different vegetables. TIIC RIGHT POfNT for ute 412 E. InjMaa CaU St.Green.P...Owav. HO .-.801 full of bud and bloom. See our
: was recently sold to the .. plants for quality. We are located
corpor ferhing large losses during torrential Such concentration would enhance PI. 11 miles
sold timber cart of
Kirby T. Crews Keystone Height
rights from 460 acres land to ation. The other, Moench Appliances National LeaderDr. 'rains.Huggins the market attractiveness way 700 write. Come In sad se- GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding IBTltatlons on Hiway. 100. Thousands of plants.
is a new business which will -{) C. Carn..Nul'8t'l7. Phone MU
said a good goal to of the country because buyers with double envelopes lsv
Daniels Lumber Inc., $18,750- 4-4293.! Fiorahome
open July 16 and will be a franchised Calvin J. Houpt of Starke shoot for would be a 100-acre per would know there was enough Sect year favorite ESTERBROOKFooaUln for 121.95. Bradford COUP'V 'Telegraph tf
to Leo-
Beecher Ward Payne tf
General Electric dealer In was elected president of The year Increase for'the next several acreage of the basic crops to sup- FOR SALE-Large cement block
nard T. Johns. $10,000, home. home 1% acre lot. ZO
Saratoga Heights. Starke. Both businesses will be American Academy of Osteopathic : vears. He said this could possibly olv all their needs. Pea. TELEGRAPH.COMMV1ITT Only F.COLONIAL T. D. Florist FLORIST In Starke. AU City facilities in pecan city limits.treea.
located at 220 E. Washington St. Surgeons at their annual convention Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor \.1'7 reasonable. 820 Thomas St.

Demetree Builders Inc. toJewettC. Mr. Brayton, who moved to held in the Diplomat Hotel, I all occasion! locally. Phone Phone WO 4-39S1. tfcbg

Fogg $1,000. lot. Starke from New York State has Hollywood. Fla.. June 30 through Lawtey Methodist Minister WO 4.6\11\ SQ< Ea.t Nona St. Itrtig
Robert H. Am to Herbert A. !STATE BANK: OP
had 34 years experience in: the July 5. 8T4RKR IV THH' VTATK OP FOR RKNT-Furnished apartment HASTINGS MATTRESS
Poncher, $2,700, lot on Santa Fe dairy Dr. Houpt holds the of"Fellow" FLORID. AT THE CLOSK OP *. Reasonable rate Near &
business. Mr. Moench also degree UPHOLSTERY WORKS
Lake. UtsUES OS .rt'SF. shopping renter. Phone WO %011
Has Been m
had 12 years' experience in dairy- in the Academy, and is From Alaska To Panama A-u rr WO 4-5134 or call at 21! S. 710 Lemon St. Falatka
Edward S. Clarkson to Othma Cherry St (Shell Oil Co. Office.
the first
ins before entering the electrical FloridIan to hold officeof Cash balances with other Furniture
Lamar Haynes, 4000. lot on business- president cf the organizationof banks Including resins tfchsMen's Repaired, Uphol-
Little Santa Fe Lake.J. From New Hampshire they wentto balances, and cash Items eiered & Refinished
The new owners plan to add a osteopaths. Alaska, spending 10 years therein in prO'f'of collection 231,570
H. Strickland Arthur J. MATTRESSES
United States Government REBUILTNew
new truck and make other improvements
missionwork. The
Strickland and James Casey to Republic obligations, direct and Leather
; at an early date.T. MAYOR'S COURTThe Panama; and the Canal Zone was Kuaranteed 1005757.27 Innerspringsand
Louts B. Earl?.. $5,500 parcel of Loans and discount <>
nrljding Box
A. Graves former owner of the -next call and Mr. Adams no overdrafts Clle83.1e Springs

land.Keystone Utilities Co. to Bar the dairy is building a new homeat following cases were hand- served several Union Christian Bank furniture andtxtures HALF SOLES Drop Us a Card or Call

Sampson City and will move led in Mayor's Court Monday, churches there until returning to : IX,96I04 11.9(2Other < PALATKA EA 5-9168
clay Development Co.. $1,000, asts 2647.93
there as soon as it is completed. July 6: New Hampshire In 1956- up STARKE WO 4- l3!
Ben Suslow to Ella Kate Swiny- 1.50
Ray Starling, public intoxica- The churches in Warren and 1.383,52.1
$4,000. nine acres land.
tion, $27.50 bond forfeited. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Starke
Minnie C. Bessent to L. K. Bus Driver East Hay'erhill. N.H. were 20 Demand deposits Liabilities of Individuals Men's Rubber I

\Vhitehead. $1500 lot. Lillian Hines, public intoxication __._4Rev. miles apart and Mr. Adams served partnetshlps. .geItt
Lucius W. Duncan (o E. C. .'Not Fired/ $27.50 bond forfeited. them both, which he said was not and corporation 442.121.16 HEELS 85C tfchg
Time deposits of Individuals -
Russell Roberts And Mrs. Adams
Dukes, $9.500, home in Saragota I difficult in summer but in winter partnerships, aad
tion, 27.50 bond forfeited. the orporation 615,53(0 CHARMING LITTLE COTTAGE,
I snow was sometimes 20 feet
Heights.Nat Just 'Not Hired'Verbal Raymond Bryant, public intoxi- Rev. Albert J. Adams; recentlj Deposits of United States STARKE'S SHOEREPAIRING furnished at Hampton Lake. Good
deep. That's lot of to n Williams to James W. appointed to fill the pulpit of a snow Qovernment Including swimming, aand bottom.
cation, $27.50 bond forfeited. sh vel," was his opinion. postal ravings 19,27964 Recfrvatlon. bmy taken from 25th
Prince two lots. .
$7,500. ,Charles D. Waldrep disorderly G-ace Methodist Church, Lawtey, I. June on. 135 week per conple. See
Estate of Luther C. Powell to fireworks flared at an his been in Christian service form Last October Mrand Mrs. Deposits of States and p.- F. C. Clark at Hampton Lake tfchg
otherwise routine School Board conduct, fined 2750. Adams came to Florida on a vaCation litH-al subdiviHion 614,10809 123 S. Walnut St.
Eugene M. Long, $3.000, lot. Clyde; Hampton intoxi- :'re than 42 years and has serv- ; Other deposits (certified For Sale.-.Sopro Electric Hawaiian
meeting Monday morning when ed from Alaska to Panama.In but in accepting the appointment and officers' checks. Ouirar & amplifier slightly u.......
Truman Norman strenuously cation, fined 27.50 or 5 days. by the recent Methodist -U-.) If U.S. Across from Park TheatreFOR Good oondition. See Mrs. Pullington
Junior Leon Kersey driving acceptng the Lawtey appoint- TOTAL DEPOSITS 1,690,264.42 at Rnl1hllrtnn'" tn"in trl'h
Softball ScoresIt objected to being replaced as bus ment, Mr. and Mrs- Adams are along Conference, ,both say they are Other Liabilities 41.321.56 I
driver on the Lawtey-State Farm while intoxicated, licenses suspended from their looking: forward to their stay in Well Pilled. and graded lots South
for 90 days and fined way native states. TOTAL LIABILITIES 1,731,5598 RENT-Furnished garage \Vet ride KlnrlT Lake. 3. W.
route, and put the blame on $102.50. He was born in Fargo, N.D..and Lawtey. apartment on King! ley Lake. Completely rDwT,1e. Pl on. WQ 4-1151 7">
was the same old sad refrain I Chairman Dan W. Starling. was graduated from Amherst Uni- One of the! first things Mr. Capital Arr,.Bt. furnished except linens.I'cnt
Harold Oliver Carter, reckless Capital 109.000 by week only. Phone TVO 44fll. FOR SLE-Bicycle boys English
again i in last week's softball "You tried to fire me when you versity. In 1917 Adams did after ?urplu 23.000.00 .
driving $27. O fine 5 Mr. Adams became arriving at Law- I tfrhy j I I. Rarer. 717 W. Cypress Phone WO
I or days. 1
action as Garden Restaurantwon first took office," Norman accused Methodist Undivided profits 29,336.21 I I.I":ViI :
a minister and tey was to install his loud
Joseph D. Hardin, disorderly speaker Don't pay rent put more sense in ;'
This time it
another game. :Starling who replied, "Maybe
conduct, fined $27.50 or 5 days. the same year married Florence .In the church bell tower. For the TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS your dollar. See your Wheel Estates I i GENERAL COVTRrCTIOI !
was, State Maintenance Shop that :had reason." Goodwin of Cambridge Mass. [last two 1,885,922.19 I Dealer for Mobile 'Homes that are !I I Remodeling, all type Floridi
Sundays from 9:10a.m.
came out on the short end of an Accusations were hurled between James M. Bryant, disorderly clean unusual valne Also high dry i looms car ports patios. Free esti
I conduct, fined $27.50 or 5 days. They went to live in New Hamp- to 9:45: recordings of famous TOTAL LIABILITIESAND I and beautiful spaces available. I I mates. Call' Franklin %-88ft. Gainesville
11-8 score. the two with other membersof Sam M- shire where Mr. Adams was pastor rrillons and tells are played and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Lake Geneva Trailer Park. 1 mL S. Fla. 4tp 1111|
In the only other game scheduled. I the board sitting on the side- Campbell, disorderly to churches at I 4,013.9S.3SfThls E. Keystone Heights on Hwy. 100'1 I
conduct fined $27-50 or 5 days. Colebrook, East I I amplified so that they 'may be bank's capital consists 4tp >
Keystone was leading Wal-I lines.
Columbia, and Laconia. h-jard of:
throughout the town
on 9-5 when the game was called The reference made by Normanwas Bindy E. McLeod, disorderly -- Common stock with total Items that are seeded by Lake R..II-I
conduct. postponed until July 14. par value of 1100,000.00 ideal mill, he feud at Billy 6 Months
. tfter three"and'one half innings. to the time in 1954 when he Drunk TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTRISING ...
Bobbie Driving >4' I'sef Supply Yard IB .
The will be completed at appointee recommended Magyari, disorderly conduct .'.
game a was replaced by an lIe..raa.a nif D. Farlery. Steel Bat
:later date. by Starling. After a fined $27.50 or 5 days. Assets pledged or assigned Laadlnic Mats 16 .. x !. ft. Flood I
Edgar Melvin Stanley public Penalties to secure liabilitiesand Lights. Life Raft". LIat Flxtare.I
This week's schedule: Keystone contest. Norman was reinstated for other purposes 865,58811. PlBmblBK. Supplies or all kind, Auto Liability'Si
Heights vs. State Maintenance but was subsequently dismissed intoxication,' innocent bond re Lc1ans as shown above !Steel' fold IBS; rat. l'ed FarBltBre.

Shop Development, Commission from job at the school bus barn funded. Legislature By Bin. Gordon aonesIAAAaAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAI are after deductions Mladews' WIsd.w Srreea, Dn.
a of reserve of 3,942.67 rlc.. .e.. C.H WO 4-46O1. ak for
vs." Company C on-July, 10, when the board ruled that two Mr. G..... .r come la ta see a.wh. .
a I. Norman H. WHIte, Cashier of ..
IR Iowa.FOR er. .
Garden Restaurant vs. Keystone School Board jobs could not be Wet Weather Penalties: of second and third the above-named bank. do solemnly 5.00

end Waldo Company C on July r>eld by the same individual. offenders for driving while intoxicated Those who enjoyed the 4th of affirm that the above statement is RENT-Store, 15 x tilt, A-l location -

12,, Development Commission vs. During the 1954 election for I Cuts Fire TotalsWet were increased by new July at the farm of Mr. and Mrs- true represents, and that the it true fully state and correctly of the Heights., Phone main 4375 street day Keystone or 4163nlgnt

Waldo and Company C vs. State School Board members, Normanwas Florida laws which went into ef- Albert Norman and family were several; matters herein contained 4t
Maintenance Shop on July 14: defeated by Starling in a weather has curbed the Ipct July 1.According. I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thomas and
FOR RENT-Kingsley' Lake effl-
Development,Commission! vs. Keystone three-way race for District One number of fires in Starke so far to the new law the family of ,Niceville, Mr. and Mrs. w. c. r.
at Keystone and Waldo vs. member. Since that time Norman his year, say.j Fire Chief D.W. first time a person is convictedon Garland'O"Steen and son and Mr. (.r month. Call WO f. OIl, a II.
"SET YOUR GOAL HIGH Na*worthv tfehg
Garden: 'nestaurant in Starke on I contends that Starling had triedto Carpenter. a DWI charge he may be sentenced and Mrs. Earl Proctor and familyof
July.. 16.Conlervation. fire him three times. There have been only 32 fires in to not more than six Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. 'YOU'LL HOrSE FOR S\LE Insurance Agency
PUT ON MUSCLE In restricted residential (
The board took no action on town so far'this year compared to months in jail or fined not less James Norman and family of CLIMBING TOWARD IT." rooms and bath. % mile to area.Setter's

Group Norman's objections and he left 5J: during the same period last than $25 nor more than $500 or Columbus Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. J- [CHRIST FOR THE WORLD Store I acre land. 17 foot screened 218 Temple Ave.

the meeting declaring that he year Fire damage has been almost both, the same as the old law. M. Keen and family of Parish, MESSENGER.1 Garage back porch.and Living store room house.22 lIoufl@paln.f'd x 12. PHONE WO 4.4501

Honors Lloyd Green would see a lawyer. negligible Carpenter said, But the new law says a person Mr. and Mrs. P.Me Jones and inside'! and outside last faiLJnrlndpd.

School Superintendent:! H. P. since most of the fires have been convicted on a DWI for the second family, and Mrs. Elvlee Jonesof floor furnace, attic fan,
large frigidaire kitchen
Lloyd J. Green who has served gas range
Morgan told Norman that he was over-heated stoves, grass fires, or time within three years must serve Lithia, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- and hot water heater, both new. Apartment For Rent-! bedrooms.
eix years as a' supervisor of the hired." He trash which of hand. liam WHY PAY RENT? Everything In excellent condition. large living room dinette off living
"not fired, just not piles got out not less than 10 days and pay a. Morgan and family of Mul- rO<>I Furnished. Modern bath.
Bradford Soil Conservation District Call afternoon'! or evenings.- (13 S.
sa'd bus drivers are appointed for The largest single loss due to $500 fine. Maximum jail sentenceis berry, Mrs. Maggie Norman Westmoreland St. 2tp 7J| Keaily this ia a second floor bungalow -

was honored at a covered are> year only. fire in the past-two years was the six months.A Earnie Norman, Mrs. Maude WILL BUILD HOME Call WO 4-2600. tfchg

dish supper recently. In the Methodist Member W. C. Powell said that Roy Tomlinson residence at 210 person convicted on a DWI Morris of Gainesville,. and Rob $$$ CAN BE TOURS LARGE. HOME

) Fellowship? Hall. Mr. Green hen he voted on hiring W. E. East Madison St., the second for the' third time within five ert and Joe Norman of Starke. ON YOUR LOT FOR 4 bedrooms SALE Colonial-type house,

recently announced that he would 3ault to replace Norman he did story! of which burned last Jan. years must serve not less than 30 The families of Gordon .Jones No Down $1 $ Can beyours.A I. dining rm.., sun living parlor nn.. family located rm.:'0.,
not .be a candidate for re-election '!2. estimated at Payment few hours spent in friendly Walnut ::it., choice residential
ict know he was "voting on a per- Damage was days or- more than one year and Louis Thomas, Herbert Norman, close to area:
in the election to befield business section schools
supervisor ,
onal! thing. $4,000. pay a $500 fine, the new law and Eddie Norman enjoyed a fish TONEY HOME BUILDERS conversation selling A"ON'wiD churches. Lot extends depth of en-
in the county on July 14 Member H. A. Lawson said, Chief Carpenter said he has states. The old law set no time fry and picnic dinner at Hampton provide a good Income. Write II.... tire block. Will sell partly furnished

During his tenure in office he "The School Board is not the found it almost impossible to predict limit on a second offense and said Lake on Saturday July 4. Inc. Ouida Sweat, P. O. Box 540, Uve B.if desired.McLendon Contact, 3029 Westchester.owner Mrs. Orlando II.-

served! as vice chairman and chairman ilace to settle personal differ- any trend in fires. The nothing about a third offense. Oak, Florida.TYPEWRITER. Fla, or Inquire Bradford
Sunday dinner of
of the boar guests Mr. Contact RAY FORTH County Telegraph.
weather he the closestto tfchg
nces- said comes
The 1959
Legislature also Increased -
Foster Shi'Smith, chairman ot and Mrs. Eddie Norman were Mr-
dictating when fires are likelyto the'period of time that aperson's and Mrs. Herbert Norman and PHONE 4123 for sale Smith FOR SALE-Eassinet and baby high
the board, served as master ol occur. Cold and windy weather stanaard. Recently reconditioned.Very chair. Phone WO 4-1171 239 N.
ceremonies for the impromptu dis Hall license may be revoked family of Oklawaha and Mr. and reasonable.! L. II. Gibson. 1301 Bay St. Hehg
City Begins is apt to bring the most fires fcr driving while Intoxicated. Mrs. Gordon Jones and daughter Keystone Heights, Fla. Vt. Mad ii on. Evenings. Itchg
cussion period that followed the '
because that is when people are Under the old law the license TAILOR MADE DRAPERfES made
barbecued chicken supper. Carolyn. REFRIGERATOR for sale. Servelfas to (.r flr. Mrs. Peggy Shatter, 209
3 biirning their heaters at full ca- could not be revoked for more 'Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and Ideal size for cottage or J:' Adkins. phone WO 4-5JJ4. tfcbg
New RegistrationLooseleaf pacity. Stoves that overheat area thr-n one year no matter how apartment Very reasonable. L. 11.Uibson ,
the family were visiting friends and 1031 ";. Madison. Eveninsrs.Itch IX PLANNING A kindergarten -
constant threat during prograM
Percy Taylor offenses. and
many it wasnt relatives in Apopka last weekend. it Is helpful to know the ap
winter, Carpenter stated. mandatory' that it be revoked at LANDRACEBREEDING proximate number of children: to be
Dies FridayIn registration forms Wet weather, such as we've had all. Miss Carolyn Jones has returned enrolled. If your child Is planning
NEW HOMES IV STtRKK to attend kindergarten
'West Palm Beach were received Tuesday at City Han lately, is more protection against However the new law states home after a three-week visit SWINEAUCTION pt).are call Mama Priest next at term WO

and now the task of transferring fires than anything else, he said. that first offenders on DWI in' Leesburg and Oklawaha. Of the ye...are.t atadera lklK .f.r>.11t1a.with J .I tvthat 4 W *. Up

Percy, Leon Taylor 51, of West names of all city voters will begin charges must have their license revoked and Z. tiled bath. canr.r1.. city .tilIt FOIl SALE-Equity In newly deco-

Palm Beach, died Friday morning establishing! a permanent Pool Halls for at least three months 3 AmendmentsFace .le.. pared street. DWB 9.rmr.tB rated .hou.. 634 N. Cherry St. J
I.w sa "- 1.H'b', fmrmfmtnlike brdroomn, bath,
.Ju1y:3, ter a brief illness. He registration list for the city. and not more than one year. real.Mcdrrm comb kitchen and large dining living room room,,

was born.11\ Raiford on June 21. City Clerk Carl Johns said it Beer Parlors Licenses of.second offenders mustbe Voter ActionThree FIRST EVER HELD IN 3 bed rB .... .. quiet screened MO! 4-8391.porch and son deck. Phone 7-23

3908 ,the son of the late Ira and rill not: be necessary to reregister revoked for not less than six FLORIDA ie....... lal .....i... 170 m*. ft. mrr. Up

Adeline Addison Taylor. He was for those whose names are already !- months and not more ,than two tar purr. KI.rW. RVVB*. larce I... FOR RENT-J-room furnished cabin.

employed as :a11 salesman. on the books because the 'Open' To PublicCitizens years: if it occurred within three constitutional amendment Saturday, July 11 Prier f.r equity M..eoe.... huue Also one, plenty 5-room of partially ground. One furnished block

Surviving are three sisters Airs transfer will be made bs the office years of the first offense con- proposals win go on the Nov. 3 ass. the bMae'! far ..aet 'elks. Z bed from Kltigsley' Lake Rent reason -
7:00 P.M. (NIGHT) .... .._.r, ..... ..1' year- ..
able. Phone LEnox
Maude Mowbray New Orleans. staff. of Starke may soon victed of a third offense within five General Election ballot this year. tt aere ., I.... paved, bi&bway.ri. and Stripes Grocery. 3-2781, Stars

Ln.;; "........ Up

; and Mrs. Ma Del Jackson. of voting age will sizn the new and; beer parlors when provisions nis license for at least one year meat proposal specifically set for PAVILION A. J. THOMAS. RealtorMS rooms FOR RENT and-Cottage bath. Arcadia"Unfurnished.afronabU. 4.

Miami.. forms and will remain on the of a new city ordinance go' Into and not more than five years. Nov.' 3, Secretary; of State R- A. Teaiple Ave. TeL WO 4-3iet: R. J. T. ,Quigley, corner

,Funeral services were held at registration list permanently unless ) effect. The new Legislature also .took Gray has decided- that the racetrack I LIVE OAKCONSIGNORS Madison and Cherry Rt.. 2tchg 7-16

.1 p.m. Wednesday in Sapp Ceme removed for some cause such I Places in Starke selling alcoholic a whack at persons who drive. fund and Game & Fish LADDER LOST-20-ft section of WILL KEEP CHILDREN for workIng -

tery with Rev. J. 'E., McCormick as change of residence or loss of 'beverages were included in an while their license is revoked. A Commission amendments should txtenslon badly.: Lost ladder.between Color Bedford black. Lake Need'! mothers. )Ir Idabel 'Dempsey,

officiating. BUrial was in the civil rights. The list will be kept amendment signed !toy City Council new law changed the penalty for also be voted on this year. : and Starke. Reward. Write Bill Rt. 1. Kingnley Lake. Itp.
family plot under the direction 01 up to date by contactine those which the first offense from one day to The reapportionment proposal Wall. Box 4C. Starke. or notify FOIl RE-"T-CDtU" small,
I Tuesday night would increase the size of the I KB Farms, Orlando; Marrrn ITadford County Telegraph. howe, alsofurnished apartment'!
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.Doctor's 10. and set a minimum 30 daysin
vho fail to vote for two years. doors rtchg 1.1C
pool halls from having or both at rear of store building at 321
Permanent registration for the which obstruct jail for the second offense. The Stte Senate from 38 to 44 members Rosier and Joseph Bryan Law- Temple Ave. Contact ,Mrs. Maude
at the entrance
local nil screens old law had no minimum sentencefor and boost House membershipfrom fey; John P. Hudson Jr., Oca. r.oSr-COUie dog. name Black, Mott at McCarthy'. Garage S miles
city is permitted by a Sable aid white Srra.
Inlet view of the interior. heavy coat. Age
Whips a rtotford R passed at the recent session of the second offense Both offenses 95 to 103. This would add Ia; F. R. Darin Fort Dram; 3L Collar and Westfield N. J. tag. on
The orolr.ance. as presently six 'senators and eight P. Dees Ocala J. W. Reward. Phone WO '-:UI, Mrs. AUCTION I
Lawtey Baseballers the legislature. The bill also provides written makes no mention of under the new Jaw .maybe representatives ; Padget, Flynn AT

that the books be kept open windows.At accompanied a\$ OO fine. to the Legislature and set Harianna; Curtis A. and William Ftynn. Itp (,CEDAR:: KEY, FLA.S .

Lawtey's baseballers, bowed to every week day from 9 ajn. to 12 up a new formula for. allocating R., Wombie, Hawthorne; FOR SALE IS .U July IS. P. *L
of land
Doctor's Inlet last Sunday on noon and from 2 pmto 4 pin the Council meeting on June At The,Tabernacle senate" seats. Jack D. Cason Jacksonville; Farmall Cub tractor acres and equipment.pump. BOX AIR COTTAGES

their'home diamond e\'en'though exceptions are that the books will 23 City Atto-Tiey A. J. Thomas Jr. The race track fond amendment Bar 4X, Ranch Ocala iz.:;*;. See Jimmy Johnson Law-. Ert. 1950, A-I location property;
tey or phone WO 4-5845. Starke Itp
Pitcher Mitchell Brown. gave up V!' closed on legal holidays and was instructed to prepare the Colored slides: showing the was proposed'as part of the reapportionment highway to bay. Ffchtaj dock ami

.only six hits. 'or the 16 days before and 7 days amendment. The "clear view"action people and customs of the countryin .compromise and FOR SALE OR TRADE for Starke landing; 8 completely furnished

The:score was a lopsided 13-7 \fter election. was suggested by the Police the Far East were shown at guarantees equal distribution of 50 HEAD 50 roperty.) University Apartment Ave. in house Gainewilie.locatedn modem cottage with kitchenette*

'though Lawtey collected nine hits, Recorded on the forms will be Department and Mayor'V.- T. the Gospel Tabernacle 'Saturday racing funds among the! state's 67 Very. good ,Investment. Dr. H. C. plus owner's furnished: tome and

'three more than they allowed nime.: address age, sex, color. Jackson. night! by Mrs-".Frances ,May of counties. Forty-five per cent of 15 BRED GILTS :15 WO Bomnger 4-2m., UI N.' Walnut or phone Itp gift shop. Also It waterfront

their opponents. oarty, affiliation, freeholder stat Lake Butler. Mrs., May'spent five all state racing funds are now Open' Gilts -' 20 Boars lots. Owner.74 retiring. Going for

Bucnholtz Waters, and Dixon 'IS." and space for recording fact Building PermitsA years as a missionary. in Japan. distributed to the counties on an rniler POR SALE, reconditioned at Barl'aln-O inside ft.and Alma out- what It brings at AUCTION. Too

tot ,seven of the nine hits for of voting for almost 40 years. until An evangelistic message was equal basis but same,small-county Sponsored By aide full six* bed. Can after 1Jpm. I let the price. 1'.u7'1nms.

''Lawtey.Tatum Futch got one 1998. permit to erect a new residence brought Sunday morning by Key. legislators laid the "proposed' amendment FLORIDA LANDRACE pt .Phnw J. W. WQ Winard.4-OMS.tJ8 E. Powell ftp GRISSON REALTY AUCTION

tach. Bncnholtz led with three for Because of the small size of the was issued to J-Lavon Andrews W.R. [Bobby]. Crews on the. sub- would erase future 1 ASSOCIATION' CO. .

fIve forms, about 4 by 8 inches, the on ''June 29. The new borne ject of .""San tificatian..fr.. trouble spots' on'rtapportSonmttt IN' CTTT POCXD collies, botkrnaVn. Silver Spring* I'1a.
? 141* S. W.'Second Ave. 1 red and white 1 solid red.t ,
Melrose will journey to Law books will be easier to handle and is to be made of concrete block Crews also led the singing; wtfle if 1he'provIsf DS irere written into t bun puppy female brown and .

tey next Sunday u' '2 pjn. for take up less storage space than covered with asphalt shingles and I his wife played the piano accom Constitution... Ft Landerdale, FU.ft. ..hit.... Owner may nave by paring FOB S..u.E-Blr. pnjp l' weekaoleL

.game p ,',. --' .. -.--_ I the old books Johns said. will cost estimated 10000. .paniment.: -L:. The- rac.. c track- -.food- 'dIIVDMtkID- board::tT.FcUca and ,advertising cost. Contact-lieU ''In Pure-brf4.FratCll.!,1hzua7 Thonto It?,


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fmlyyyymyRyyyYVVYY1HAMPTON cookies were served to the 25 present School on Friday evening, July Charlie Edwards of Pensacola., are ww..Y. ...Yy.yyyyytBROOKER The Davises also visited the Odell 'Marriage LicensesMan Jacksonville. '

by Mrs. P. H. Lott, Jr., Mrs. 3, with a commencement program visiting at the home of Mr. and Waters family and the L. Z. WU- I William Theodore Gnann, 19.

Frank Wolfred Jr., and Mrs. presented by the children Mrs. Owens Simmons of Hamp hams family.Mr. iage licenses issued in Jacksonville and Shirley Marie

Marklee Norman hostesses.: for parents and friends. ten. and Mrs. Warren MizeUe .Bradford County during June 1 Brown, 18. of Raiford.

attendance for the Charles A. and two chil- Lucre- 'were: James Arthur Gaskins, 20. and
By tin. D. E. IOU Present from out-of-town were Average Cox By Barbara Sue Davis and daughters, Karen and ,
Mrs. Wordna Prevatt of Lawtey five-day school was 141 this year, dren of Miami were visitors ,this tia, were vacationing at Salt Kling Smith Griffis, 33, Starke I Betty Jean Long 18, both of
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& and Mrs. Marilyn Southerland of according to Pastor W. P. Mc- week at the home of his parents &&&&AA&A.&AStotes Springs last week.Mr. and Pauline Evans 34, Stillmore. Starfce.

Iris McCullouzh Weds Starke sisters of Mrs. Lester Mc- Elroy, who served as principal of here Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox. Reunion and Mrs.. James Kepdwell ra. Tracy Arnold Jones, 21, Hampton
the school. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore of and Florence Clara Adkins
CulIough. Robert Alexs Green Jr., 20 and
Wildon Hart A Stokes family reunion was and children of Brockton. Alass-
Housewarming For CoxesA New testaments were presentedto Worthington Springs were Sunday 19. of Waldo.
Iris Virginia McCUllough, bald at the home of Mrs. H. E. and 11rsH.. E. Stokes and daughter Saundra Marie Jones, 20, both of
Robert Lee 20 and
I Bowen.
Lester housewarming for Mr. andMrs. Rachel Hobbs Debbie Hicks, visitors at the home of Mrs. T. F. : ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Stokee Sunday. Rutty were visiting Mr. and Starke. '
Robert Cox was held at their and Claudett Cribbs for out- Brown In Hampton. Greta F McCUllough of Hampton, and Wil- Attending the reunion were: Mrs. Joe Vickerys of Alachua ; James Richard Weldon. 23. and
standing work in verses, and Mrs. Bob Faile of Lancaster I
new home in Hampton on Saturday memory -
don Ozell Hart of Raiford were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fipps and j Thursday evening.Mrs. Barbara Frances McComb. 22
July 3, evening, July 4, wth Mrs.D. a.t ndance. and behavior during S. C. were here followingthe I
married Friday evening, children, Dewey Stokes, and Mr.I S. M. Mott returned home both of Starke.
rhe school. Starke.6OTATh
death of Mrs. Faile's mother
H. Crawford and Mrs. Lynn
at the home of Rev. W. E.
and Mrs. Herbert Fipps or JacksonvIlle l'after visiting Mrs. Badia Connel- Charles William Carroll. 23. and
pastor of Pine Level Baptist Hall as hostesses. Refreshments were served each i.Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. and Mrs., !
Forty guests attended the open- morning of the: school by womenof Faile is remaining here for the ; Mrs. Victoria Johnson.r fly in Hague and her daughter. Alice Fay Green, 17, both of

Church.For the double-ring ceremony house from 7 to 9 p. m. the church, and on Friday a npxt two weeks. Mrs. Brannen's Mrs. Della Mae' Johnson and son 'Mrs- Mike Tilghman, in Gaines Starke.
of Alma Ga. Mrs. J. B. Kelly
the bride wore a white lace street Door prizes of miniature United picnic lunch was brought by the :sMer; Mrs. H. C. Jemigan retired i and ville.Mrs. Charley Glenn Norman. 23.
children of Lake Butler: Mr.
dress with single strandof State flags were presented, in children, with cold drinks and to her home in Clearwater ; Mattie Sowells returned Starke. and Linda Ann Gaskins. /
length a
and Mrs of Pa- -
:: ,Lucian Stokes
pearls, and a corsage of a blue- keeping with the Fourth of July cookies furnished by the refresh- ]last week after a wek's ctay herewith latka; Mr. and MrsSanford Lome last week after visiting her, 17. of Starke. TAKE .
throated white orchid. Her short holiday. Many gifts were received ment committee. the Brannens and with Mrs. sister, Mrs. Bedia Connelly in Ronald Lacy Broan. 21. Raiford
Hicks and children and and '
veil of white net, was fastenedby from friends in Hampton Starke Handicrafts completed duringthe Nora Layfield, her mother.Mr. Hague for several days. and Judith Ann Judd. 18. of
Mrs. Milton Hicks and Mr. and
a flower hfadband.The Keystone Heights and Gainesville. week were on display following 'and Mrs. Rothelle Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jack Forsyth of Starke.
Mrs. Buddy Stokes of Starke Mr.
bridegroom is the son of Reunion Supper Held .Friday evening's program, and have moved from their apartmentin ; Pom" no was the weekend guestof Wilbur Burnett. 50. Jacksonville. 666rWEF
and Mrs. J. B. Russ and childrenof
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hart of Rai- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Triest of then were taken home by the Mrs. Jessie Chastain's house, Manatee; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Mattie Sowells. end Gerda Evelyn Morris 43. of
Theressa were ru.ts at a supper children. into the Raleigh Brannen home :
ford. The couple are both graduates Waters and children. Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon Davis left Sunday
reunion at the Garden Restaurantin Teachers not listed earlier with Mr. Brannen and Ardel.
of Bradford County High as Leroy Stokes and children, Dundee to attend a two week course in
School and are making their homein Starke Saturday evening for working in the school included+'! Mrs. Louise Manire's brother ; Mr. ad Mrs. Junior Stokes!Cadet Training at the Air Force

Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johns of Mrs. H. B. Hinson nursery superintendent -'I' W. J. Herrin who has visited here and children ofAlachua, ; Mr. and in Pensacola. LOCAL MANAGER FOR

Following the ceremony a small Theressa. Miss Norma Sweeney of ; Mrs. Joe Roop, Mrs. often, recently underwent an operation Mrs. Rudolph Stokes and childrenof Mrs. R. F. Gano is visiting
reception was held at the bride's Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. R. Vernon Slads: Jr., Mrs. John at the Vetera's Hospitalin ,
friends and relatives in Micanopyand
High Springs; Mr. and Mrs.
hcme. The weddng cake, frostedin C. Williams of New Port Richey. Kemper, Brenda Lott Vicky Lake City. !
Frank Stokes of Hawthorne: Miss Swan Lake for a few days. Jim
white with pale green flowers, The group had observed a reunion Mosh-er, Cathy Conklin Carlene Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott and :Martha Lee of Macclenny: Joe Miss Ella Kate Shadoin of Walter Corp.
was topped with a miniature bride each year since their days Melton Cornelia McGee Lola Brenda left Friday for a two Kale of
Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Pompano was the Weekend guestof
and groom. Punch was served to together: at Bradford County High Kobbs Martha' Brown, Alethia weeks' vacation trip to Stewart, James
Keedwell and children ofJrockton.
Sue McDavid.
the guests at the reception. I'School, until the last three years Williams, Clairnell Cooper Hilda Miss. :
Shower Here Thursday vtr-en Miss Sweeney has been in Warren Cindy Prevatt and Shir-, Christian Church Supper Rev. and. Mrs-;Mass.L.;L.Gent Parker Stokes and Owen and Keith Cheshire" of "World's Largest Home Builders"

,Thursday evening, July 2, Miss;Brazil serving as a missionarywith ley Taylor. Hampton Christian Church enjoyed Pompao visited the Fred McDavid
I daughter and Mrs. Mattie Sowellsof !
McCUllough was honored with a the Child Evangelism Fel- Personals ,: a fellowship supper for fam- family last week.
: Brooker. Visiting the Stokes
bridal shower at Hampton town lowship. She is to return to Brazil Visiting this week with Mr. and ilies of the congregation at Hamp- Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frances McDavid'' WILL BE IN STARKE
for another term as missionary, ton town hall Pompano visited the Fred
( hall.The Mrs. Bill Underwood at Hampton Thursday night Mrs. Joe Vicery of Alachua.Mr. Mej j
gift table was trimmed witha leaving the end of July after avear's Lake is his mother. Mrs.\ Dahlia June 18. Ladies of the church fur- and Mrs. GW_ Davis and David family last week. ;I EACH THURSDAYAT

bouquet of gladioli and the refreshment furlough spent with her Underwood of Pulaski, Ga., and nished the covered dish supper daughter Barbara Sue spent the Barbara Jean Green has been I

table was centered bya family in Gainesville and travel- four of his brothers Earl Calvin, and a social hour folowed. fourth of. July weekend with Mr.'hospitalized with a sore throat at'j I

large glass punch bowl, with the ing over much of the United Ernest and Cecil Underwood.Mr. Colored Bible slides are still \and Mrs. R. J. Waters of Dundee.Mr. Lake Butler Hospital. We wish you
base covered with greenery and States telling of the missionarywork. and Mrs- Clarence Melton being shown at the church at a speedy recovery Barbara Jean.

flowers. and two children of Orlando visit- Tuesday prayer meeting each McIntosh is employed.J. i STARKE HARDWARE GO.

Game prizes were won by Mrs. Program Completes VBS ed here Sunday with Mr.and Mrs. week at 7:30 p. m. G. AdMns revently visited in .

W. P. McElroy and Mrs. D. E- I'I Hampton Baptist Church woundup Lornie Melton and with other The pastor. John White also.. Jacksonville with his aunt Mrs.I 12:30 P.M. TO (;:00 P.M.

Hill. Refreshments of punch and this year's Vacation Bible relatives.Mr. recently showed slides taken while Emma Carlton who was a patient WILLIAMSJEWELRY I

and Mrs. Albert White and on vacation. These included viewsof in St. Luke's Hospital. G

children of Birmingham, Ala. Colorado, Oklahoma, Yellow- Miss Barbara Matchett spent For Appointments Call
visited on Sunday and Moday last stone National Park and also last week in Gainesville with Miss I
NO ueek here with Mr. and Mrs. R. scenes taken at the graduation of Connie Sweeney. She also recently JACKSONVILLE --- EV 7-1141 Collector
H. Parker. Mrs. White is Mrs. Mr. ad Mrs. White's son. visited! in Gainesville with Miss WATCHES DIAMONDSREPAIRS (

0 Parker's niece. They spent the I Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Smith of Virginia McC rmick. STARKE WO 4-5311

$3iICE weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Jacksonville are the parents of a Steve V mum,?recently visited AH Work Guaranteed

Misner of Gainesville.Mr. son Joel R. Smith Jr., born May the Thomas family in Hawthorne. A. C. Williams "If Irs A Quality Home .
and Mrs. R. C. Williamsand 27 in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.Gerald Ronnie Knight spent several I
MILK sons of New Port Richey Adkins of Hampton are days recently at Heilbronn with 142 W. Call St. Iff A Jim Wailer Home"

spent last weekend here with Mr. the grandparents.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clemons Jr. Starke, Fla.

New! The delicious dairy and Mrs. J. W. Home and Mrs. and Mrs. Smith and son and family. The two Clemons boys Formerly Roberts Jewelry ; OTHER OFFICES:
Williams and children are remaining :Mr and Mrs. Calvin Richard and Wayne and Lamar returned to d OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA,3p
can enjoy-
dessert everyone for a week's visit. daughter, and Sue Stewart of Hampton with Ronnie for the
watchers,too! I I
weight Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gourleyand Ocala. and Mr. and Mrs. Emory weekend.
It's SlendA Sue Jxa Milk ( family of New Brunswick N. Prevatt and family of Starke were -- -

(formerly Trim). J. are visiting here this week with recent visitors of the Adkins fam-
,.. ,
today. ,
Take some home her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C- ,
ily.Mr. ;;v'
a flavors iD eta, Thg .f and Mrs. Albert Morris an-

Cox.Mr.. and Mrs. George Williams, nounce the birth of a daughterborn

Howell Williams and Miss Hilda June 18 in Alachua: General
Warren attended openhouse on Hospital. Now living in Gaines- "

the USS Saratoga and Essex and ville, Mr. and Mrs. Morris are for-

naval destroyers at Mayport on mer Hampton residents. Mrs.

S'inday afternoon.Mr. John H. Parker is the baby's

Buy this good sitar-p Odud from' and Mrs. Darren Burkhartand grandmother.

.. ; :you*.dade Treasure Chad cf Super&-. family of, Miami are visiting Miss Shannon Cox recently
y f this week here with Mr.; and Mrs.D. visited Miss Connie Sweeney in

II I H. Crawford and children. Gainesville.Mr. .

Jackie Janice, and Phil Edwards and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh

children of Mr. and Mrs. have moved to Ft. Myers where .

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bright whitewall that takes smartness out of the .. In /Qnf" ,

Ford sales are booming over the million / SAVE UP TO A DOLLAR ON t.C" },..r SAVE WITH EXTRA-OENEROUS YOUR FORDDEALER'S high price bracket. Full, 3-T Triple-Tempered-

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Summer Swapping Bee you can get an 1"" Standard Ford engines thrive action traction from Goodears exclusive Stop-

extra-generous 2nd: Million I Deal 1 on anyone Dn?1 lower-cost, regular gas. That saves Because Fords are, the most Notch tread. Get this new Goodyear White
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of the new Fords that are already 1 1 tan11uLd popular cars, can '
you as much as a dollar a trades. Visit it's priced lower than many black walk of 9&
km'e,t priced of the best-selling three! Ford's standard Full-Flow filter stretches make more generous your
Ford Dealer and see how you can save lesser quality it's priced right for your car $
f,. YOU CAN SAVE UP TO $102.75 wl changes 4000 miles apart. with this 2nd MILLION FORD DEAL '-.., ;r 'right now I .
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Fairlane 4t Some of the new saving f eaMAKE A "BEEUNE" TO YOUR '
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",'hen'both are equipped the way mot never requires waxing to Veep its beauty that aPeople 't.A f Er OF rOUI I
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2nd Million Ford trade your Ford Dealer kind used in other cars .. a husky MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON"GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER V"Dl'v
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Grace Methodist; Church, Lawtey -/YYYYYYYYYYvyvvvvvYYYY' CHURCH OF GOD St. Edward's Catholic Church FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHCor.

.' i Sunday-r-Church;: School for all Sunday School, 10 a. M. Morning Starke Florida LawteyA. CaD and Christian]
HEWS ages, 10 a. m.; Morning Worship NORTH SIDEBy
Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday
il a. m.; Evening song and sermon Sunday Mass at 10 a. m, E, Maasey. Pastor Minister: Bob L. Badjett
CHURCH Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB
service, 8 p. m.WednesdayYouth Carl Brown Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m 5:30 Holyday m.Weekday Masses. at 8:30 a. m. & Bible school 10 a. m. Sunday-Sunday School 9:45:
Fellowship 14"6.&&. i&&A i&.A'AA Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. Preaching 11 a. m. a.m.; Worship. 10:45; Youth Services -
t 8 p. m.: Mass at 8:00: a. m. Evening Service 7:30 Junion Chi Rho (up to 111]
Our Revival at North Side will p.
Chimes Sun- LAWTCT :5 pm.. Chi Rho 111 to 131 6 pjn..
are played Bible
every begin Sunday July:12, at 8 p. m. Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 Study and Prayer Meeting C.Y.F. 114 ] 6 pm; Choir
Methodist Church St. Mark's Episcopal day morning and evening. Everyone with Rev.. Hall of Green Cove Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn p. m. 7:30 p nu Wednesday.Radio up

welcome. Springs as the evangelist. All are program, 8 to 8:30 a. practice. 6:45.WednesdayJunlor.
Rev. Raymond ft!. AlacBlate Ing Worship,.11 a. m YPE Serv.
Sunday Church School for invited 'to hear good preachingand ice Baptisms marriages and instructions a. each Sunday over station ,, Choir]: practice -
Saturday, 7:30 p. a.
all ages 9:45 a. m.; Morning Wor- Sunday Services-9:45: a.m. good old,fashion gospel sing by appointment. VVRGR. Starke. 3 p.m.
Church School; 11:00 am. Morning CHURCH OF CHRIST -==
ship, 11 a. m.; Snack supper for ing.Mr.
and Sermon.
people 6:30 Youth Prayer 0. L. Overturf Jr, Minister and Mrs. Orval Hall andson
young : p. m.; CommunlonSun
meeting, 7 p. m. Evangelistic Holy Sunday Sunday School: 10 of Port Chester N. Y. were
11:00 Third
day, a.m. ,
Hour 8 p.. m.Wednesday ; r" a.' m., morning service, 11 a. m. supper guests of S. C. Harley and
Prayer meeting. Wednesday a.m. -7:00 p.m, Choir evening service,. 6:30 p. m. family Saturday. THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCHOUR

7:30 p. m.HAMPTON', Practice; 7:45 pja. Litany and LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Happy birthday to Jerry Turneron --
Bible Study. this 7th anniversary.
BAPTIST CHURCH (presently meeung In City Hall Rodger Whitaker and family of

Welcome to First Baptist CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday-Bible study,. 10 a. m., Kentucky and Rufus Noble and

Church Hampton. LATTER DAY SAINTS worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. family of Cocoa spent last week

Sunday-Sunday School, lOa. Services each Sunday in old people' Bible with Mrs. Eva Whitaker.
m.: Morning Worship 11 a. m.; study, 7; preaching 7:30.
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. SUnday Charles Sapp spent last week at
Training,Union:7 p. m.; Evening School 10 a. m. Sacrament .Wednesday pible study, 7:30p. Kingsley Lake with his aunt, Mrs- FIRST PAIR OF SHOES 1
Worship 8 p. m. Service *:30 wel m.
: p. m. Everyone W. B. Mundy.
Wednesday-Prayer, meeting, 8 j Radio PrOgram- Station
p. m. 'I I WRGR, Mcaday, 6:3p: a. m. Gregory Alvarez has returned
from the hospital where he had
Pastor Rev. W. P. McElroy. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN been In serious condition from A great ]king, so the legend goes, once stepped ont
CHURCH HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH a thorn in his garden. In a rage he ordered his entire
Sunday Bible School 10 a. Paul W. Murray, pastor. Seven choking on gasoline. kingdom covered with leather. His wise prime minister

m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m.; miles south of Starke on S. R. 100. Mr. and Mrs. Azure Johns and suggested, "let me cover! your feet with leather, and where ,!'I',

Madison Street Evening service 7 p. m, and Prayer Sunday School 10 ajn.; Worship family and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ever you go you will be protected." And so the first pair

meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. : service, 11 ajn.: Training Johns and family were weekend of shoes was made! ,
The little fellow who these shoes has long
wears a
Baptist Church m. John White pastor. Union. 7 p.m.; Evening' worship, 8 guests of the men's parents, Mr. s,, way to travel. His journey through life will not be free

(900 Block W. Bladison. .) p.m. and Mrs- P. B. Johns. .: of thorns. And he'll need more than shoes to make that
Service each Lord's Day BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 pjn. have returned from visiting Hell need to develop a spiritual fiber which will strengthen his

Sunday Schoor 10 a. m. Morning Exeryone welcome. relatives in Plant City, Fort Sunday School 9:45 AJkL Worship 11 a. m. Evening Lleade and other places in south faith and courage which will enable him to climb life's most rugged '

Morning Worship 11:00 AJVI.Traintar Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training Florida. j trails.The
Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. MidWeek NEW JUvmBAPTIST .% Church brings such qualities to the life of man. The Church
Union 6:45 P.f.Evenln& Prayer Meeting Wednes- CHURCH Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. .4. points the way to happy wholesome living for the grown-up with ,, 'yq. ;
Johnny Cowart and children visit- the burdens of life OB his shoulders< and for the little tot in his
Wonhip.8:00 PJU. day 7:30 pan. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship ed Mrs.,.Cowart's brother. Rev. C. first pair of shoes I #

PRATER MEETING Hour 11 a. m. Evening Sen. F. Padgett who is a patient In ,-* CafrntM m,.JTMfW Mr s-.....SM+atf.*.. I
Wednesday 7SO P3L NORTH SIDE ue, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting ead Alachua General Hospital. _... .
BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. "* -* 3"T1tiil HP K TxT5- ? : \ I Ii1.i
Nursery Open For AD ServicesA Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- Rev. H. R. Carter visited Rev. :--t vV : 1 : ;,:j:.
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Hall of Green Cove Springs, Sun- .
Cordial Welcome ExtendedTo tag Worship 11 a. m. Training HIGHLANDBAPTIST vft ,, .
A j'Whe Will Worship"With Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening Worship CHURCH day.Mr. ...
.*. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Sunday School 9:15: a. m. ; and Mrs. Johnny Cowart :. ,.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone Morning Worship, 11 a, m. and and children attended:the Stokes

J. H. .Mabry, Jr., Pastor welcome.- Rev. H. R. Carter 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each family reunion Saturday, July] 4, '> .,
Pastor. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. i at Lake Santa Fe. S

George Ckism pastor. Everybody Mrs. Tilly had an accident to
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FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH will soon heal. :: a

-- Those attending a fish fry at ,'x' .THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
School 9:45 S
a. m.
.. Sunday : the Carl Brown home Friday were w ALL FOR THE CHURCH

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Worship 11 a. m. Training Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown Mr. ts,: rt tft, x The QimxK i it titrttnt\ f.tk>f o.
Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor- and Mrs. Cecil Rowe Mr. and (.ilk for A* Inuldmt .f d>.rctrr ..J
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town ship 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer Mrs. Bill Gnann and Miss; Ernest- e,. ; good atis..lp.; Il m a iHmKoyK .1

Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. sp;f'v.'sal.! ...Virfiotrt. a.....Clranh.nikrr ,.
Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 ine Brown. Mr. Brown and Mr. e ...
Everyone welcome. *- IMT cLi.a.; ;
Rowe caught the fish Friday. ,, .
Theft lour MUJ
t"m arc caJO"
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.
GRAHAM Mary Lee Martin spent last sly terry prne jKoulJ! tHrnd tmxn
week with her grandmother Mrs r Mt faultily .ad nppor1 ill QurcK. They
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH : ax
Carl Thomas. ": k are: (I) For U 0W1I wle. (2)) For kclulJm't .
Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning i
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P. L Worship 11 a. m. Training Mrs. H. C. Bleasdale and children .lt. ()) For Ac uW of UomanHiiij
: a Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- spent MondaY-with Mrs- 4 Y .I Ac Church Midi. tuck ...fa UMM : '

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU ship, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant Orene Cowart and children- w;, ...J .irrul; npport.""PI. to fto .

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez ,:, ;n>: ; cb.rd K.Uilj! aid Md jew BiUUly. ,
are spending some time(With ber .". .
EVERGREEN: mother Mrs. Verdie Johns during ,;V: Day Book Cbpbr Tenet I ;
BAPTIST CHURCH her illness. We wish her a speedy TI .
tmitfM ElOdui S M9
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching i recovery. fiJ. .
The perfect tribute to 1 :: day Taodw ii MSTwbr _
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Activities At North Side Baptist :11;'."r.,. 14 41*
a cherished memory m. Preaching 7:3 ,: m. Prayer j Church ,#/p.'#->:' ; Vednndtj! Exh IS n..2S
1 Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Choir rehearsal, *: *v > air : TkamW DntcnBoay S MlJndmy
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Every funeral that we con Wednesday Bible study, 7'30 7 p. m.; prayer service, 8 p. m. $,&.. i &..& 'a. Y Acu | i -1s .
Friday Teachers and Pastors
p. m. """ '
duct is a source of sustaining .I"...j :'.'.'r't.. .
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meeting p- m. > + + "
ILion ." .45,< ,.#: 7rnkS pxr4r. tseF +
solace and spiritual inspira Jf .J "N.
K1NGSUS7 LAKE Saturday '- Cottage Prayer ...:..;::.:. #1: ,t. .
to the :;r /
t J MISSIONARY BAPTIST meeting. .Iwo-"m.-: !4'.v.ze, x...>_.".TY'J

Sunday School 9:45 am. Morn- Sunday Sunday School, 10a. ., .l Z ..:, :; :' "......-z: Hundreds of details are managed and economically : ,:=:"<" :: : :'J :: ::.::: ; <:: ;?nr"r:
ng Worship 11 a.m. Evening m; Morning Worship. 11 a. m.;

attended to that only a trained and careful Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Training Union, 7 p. m.; Worship ..... ." .'. .. ... ',r. ....{(:... .' ..
organization can perform when the urgent need each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every 8 p. m. Revival beginning.

for serving is at hand.DeWITT one welcome.-Kev. IL H. Mott .
pastor. I ........ ... ....... These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

: G. M. Ofcbome, Pastor .
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W" furnish' the highest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn \ :

life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company, M Ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic t & & &&AA&&A&&. FUEL OIL __ L___ DISTRIBUTOR FOR __I 'KEROSENE. '
payment In part or la full on funeral service Consultation Service, 7:45: p. m. Thursday
carries no obligation. weekly prayer service. Invita- and Mrs. B. K. Smith and LUBRICATIONOILS IINERAL-
tion extended to everyone. daughter Martha of Waverly and
Mrs. Lizzie Dupree of Jacksonville SPIRITS
44 visited the Richard Lang family
'.*_, Saturday of last week. Also their

t.>.'. #/ 1 l ":o1 ;;.:,>..> ...' .. ..., sons, Walter. Gene Earl and FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES
"<- t.,. "", 1 .. Clarence of Tampa visited them
M.-t ins C bt1S. 4'"an.i Y' 'ynLiYi"9i''G* Ri C b 'F + fINC
.i..t1: over the weekend. Walter's wife
l .... Joann and children Sandra and
.hadllt-.o retured to with ._.
Eddie Tampa
nver r,'>
WO 9.2011 Starke Fla.
them Sunday night. Madison\ and Cherry St. ,

The Vacation Bible School of

fu."ZI the Highland church will begin
; e July 13. lasting through the week. -

po Registration day is Saturday July.. RALPH HUBBARD
.,f 11. All children are welcome. W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTOAssociate

\! ..::IIIU I L _!l tllel + Visiting the Strieklands Sunday : Bookkeeping and Income Tax
A afternoon were Rev. and Mrs. of Starke Store
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I h ;(" I ii Chism and con Edward Mr. and Service
... .t#' '# Mrs. Carson Grtffis, R" Prescott,
\ : f or. :" Rev. T. M. Knight, Nellie Wilkinson .
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sons.Mrs. Rosenberg & Son
.:;' ttiJ''c Herndon of Highland was Denmark Furniture Co. r
:.: '-. visited by relatives from Georgia JEWELRY
rf Sunday and did not attend Of' Starke New and Used FurnitureFARM

church. This was the first time N. L. WOODBURNEDWARDS'

f she had seen some of these rela .
tives for three years.
We did not attend Sunday

School and church Sunday as we J & J HOME
had a patient too sick to leave at .

home Strickland.namely Before'our husband time for J.services L.- Grocery and Market Building Supplies, Inc.] And Auto SupplyBROWNLEE

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t a.v a. : ,an.r to close: 'we' were a patient ....
F also as we began having the same 1
t old trouble with nervous convulsions. '

We learned that the Interme- State Bank HARDY BROTHERS
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aye diates hold attendance banner.Of .

.. k course we did not do anything Of Starke 'Motor CompanyCommunity & CHASTEEN llj I

). 1 va to take this, banner from them

but we hope to be able to do our .
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part next Sunday We learned also
100 PLUS for the ultimate In luxury perforrait that there was one person from

Choose i' } Over 100 octane plus every worthwhile protedtv North Carolina -visiting in the WARREN'S S M IT T Y SLAWSON'S
feature. morning services. Grocery and Market

very bestgasolene SUPER '.D a super premium at ordinary prtiJM. We are short of news this-week, Shell Station Barber Shop

price. Perfect for 'today's hifl)_COllprtuica i L..*fltmobiles. have been unable to remtmberall J
I f for I ..-. ...- that was told us our pea failed I
to work when it should have. Hope
MILEMASTEK-premium ptrformCIII 7regg ar]Ace- to do better next week.PENTECOSTAL '- ._

your car Stepped up octane power, and mileaaelSILCOX TERW1LLEGARMOTORS f fJ


: Sunday School 10 a. m.; J om- Service Station Real 1 Estate .

.- ing Worship, 11 aa. m.; Evanft- Your Authorized Ford I
'705 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.r ,
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Drainage Problem? ,

!, x Property Owners Fear Pollution _:

Of Lake Keystone File ProtestA
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petition signed by 31 property In a statement to The Tele-

\\L owners around Lake Keystonehas graph yesterday, Jack Trawick,

been filed with the Clay sanitarian wth the health de-

S.. 4 County Health Department pro- partment, said he was at a loss S+ ia

testing any ''pollution" of that to understand what prompted the

lake by alleged proposed drain- petition. He said that he and

age from the new development other health department officials
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Keystone Cluo Estates.In had made an inspection of the f

r a letter to Mrs. Ed Conneen terrain and that it was impos
one of the petition signers Dr. sible, due to an Intervening elevation -

A. Y. Covington, director of the for drainage from Keystone FIRST CUSTOMERS '

Clay-Bradford-Union Health Departments Club Estates to reach Lake

t At Outdoor SupperKeystoners : said that "all efforts Keystone AT NEW STORE -.

r will! be exerted to prevent pollu- Trawick said the health de-
Mrs. G- E. Wiggins I left! was nfdy f center 1 was second and new store.
tion of of fresh water is
any our partment continuing its investigation I
1T lakes of the situation. the first customer to make a pur- ;Mrs. Ramona Pcndle. Gainesville Mr. Mallard described! the

Greet First :i chase at the opening of Mallard's third. All three of the first customers opening as "very successful ant

I an asset to our community. Mr.I I yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyywyyMELROSE Five and Ten in Keystone Heights were presented carnationsby was well pleased with the crowds

Phegley plans to work with the last Wednesday. Mrs. S. E. Ken- A. T. Mallard, owner of" the throughout the opening: weekend,
4-H boys during! the next school .
-- -

Club Estate Buyers year. Billy. Jr., is raising his 4-H r....................... and Mrs. Kenneth Clark. crrldren.: Mike. Pat. Jerry and
R / prize heifer on their farm for-
67 Joyce Rothhammtr i 1 Mrs.: Henry Avery and children Janice, returned to Brunswick
merly the Brown farm. Billy iI FLORAHOMEAND
"" won I Cynthia Gail, Deborah Lea, Eric Ga. after spending several weeks
}. the heifer when a 4-H member in '
VVVVVVYVVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy I GRANDIN I and Sarah Ann. of Pittsburgh. Pa. in Grandin with: relatives.MALLARD'S ,
Duval Co. Darlene, their daughter .
t Keystoners spread out the welcome -, The Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Carr ale visiting Mrs. Avery's parents;
party, are: George W. Wood, developer -|i In lower floor are Mr. and Mrs. won a Short Course Scholar- By Dane I I&AAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA&AA&&A Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ualverson ;
mat last week for Fred and j are spending a two weeks vacation I
ship to Tallahassee from Brad-
} whose vision inspired the] McKay, hosts en this occasion.Mr. 1 with relatives in South here in Florahome.
Esther Hall of Royal Oaks, Mich.,
ford Co. High School 4-H last NEW
the first purchasers of a home in dub Estates subdivision: Bob Hall is a retired accountant month. While in Tallahassee, she J Florida. !I Among those from Florahomewho j
t Brown associate of Mr. Wood and
| the new Keystone Club Estates ; formerly with the Ford won a Junior Counselorship to Mrs. Shuler P. Cox of Jackson- Jlr. and Mrs. John Perry I attended the closing exercises I FIVE AND TEN
Mr. Hall, purchaser of the first Gabordi of Melrose called i
| development! : Motor Co. He and his wife planto Camp Cherrv at Cherry Lake. ville and family spent the weekend George Hof, the Vacation Bible School in
home sold in the new development -: on Mrs. Alma Clark here in I' I
If sl An outdoor supper was given in move to their new home in Married 56 Years with Mrs.Cox's parents, Mr. Grandin last Friday evening were:
: Keystone Mayor M. L. and Mrs. C- L. Mann. Florahoome Monday morning !I Duval and Wishes to
Keystone Club Estates as soon as Rev. and Mrs- Formy express our deep
i their honor at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reaves who Beach.
to the
while their
and Beasley; and JB. Strickland, it is completed and they have disposed Charles Rivers of Miami is on way I I family. T- L. Drake. Mr. and Mrs.I appreciation to the people .
Mrs. S. E. McKay on Lake live on Bedford Lake celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lilly of
president of the Keystone Heights spend several weeks on the farm I I Chester Weaver and family. Mrs. of and
Geneva. Pictured at top, enjoy- of their property in the their 56th wedding: anniversary ; Florahome have had as house Keystone Heights
with his grandfather, J. J. Hogan. Frank Price. Mrs. Marshall Strick- j
i !nit an informal moment at the Chamber of Commerce. north. recently. Their three sons and guests the past two weeks their surrounding area for your
Miss Carl
Mary Perry, daughter land. Mi* Paul Hubner. Mrs.
i Nelson, Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs. their families, and a number of I of Mr., and Mrs. Charles P- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and .Carnes, Mrs. Oscar Halverson and (' wonderful response to the
tI friends were hand to celebrate and their
on Donald Wright
I 1 James Cook, Mrs. A. F- Crosby, with :Perry, visited her niece Miss Kay Mrs. daughters. Mrs Henry Avery and opening of our new store. .
the happy couple. Miss Frances little Douglas of Vista. Calif.
Lee, of Jacksonville Beach. son Mrs. W. T. Ballard and Raymond l
HIGHLIGHTS A. R. Baunt and Mrs. F. W.
Reaves, their granddaughterwho The Wrights left on their return Thanks a million!
Schroeder. Mss Amelia Seaman, a former Winters. \ ,

1 Home DemonstrationAnd makes her home with them, J long time resident of Lake Swan trip home to California Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weeks and'' ............
:By Mary K. Schaeffer baked a beautiful 4-tiered wedding morning.
( died at a home in Jacksonvilleca
4-H Club Notes cake, and decorated
it. Mr. and
Olaf of Jackson-
Mrs. Anderson
I Wednesday, June 24th. Her
:Mrs. Margaret Nelson Clay Mrs. Reaves, who eloped on June KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's
i remains were deposited in Eliam several last weekin
ille days
Woman's Club Committee Mrs. William Dawson; Education, County Home Demonstration and 21, 1903, were especially happy spent

Chairmen Are Named Mrs. J. O. Hanson; Garden Party, 4-H Club Agent, visited in Key- with the cake as that it somethingthey I Cemetery here the following Friday Florahome with her brother- Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes
afternoon. The Rev. John in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
Woman's Club President, Mrs. Mrs. Sara MacDonald; Historian stone Heights and Lake Geneva did not have 56 years ago.
Minder of Lake Swan conductedthe SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
Maude Watkins, has appointed the Mrs. Cleva Carson; Librarian, Mrs. last Friday, bringing with her a Duplicate Results Oscar Halverson. ;

following ladies to carry on the Carl Wistrup; Appointment Book, new assistant. Miss Sandra Reese. rites- Mrs. Alma Clark of Florahome Lncile Foster OwnerOldest
f club activities for the 1959-60 Mis- Herbert Nelson; and Bazaar They met with, Mrs. Emma La- Thursday evening July 2, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Pearsall and Mrs. scent last weekend in Bardin with Keystone Heights ,

season: House Committee Chair- chairman, Mrs. Arnold Larson. moreaus, H. D. president, and Mrs. Joy Baker and Mrs. Bee Cooper :Dorothy Scully and sons, Robert her son and daughter-Haw, Mr.

man, Mrs. Charles Wallenius; Social Members of the club will be in Frances Egan, volunteer 4-H were high scorers at the meeting :and John, have moved to Melrose. .
of the Duplicate Bridge Club of Mr. and Mrs.' L. Mann had
Activities Mrs. S. E. McKay; :charge of the concessions at the Leader C. -
Program Chairman Mrs. James Water Ski Tournament this During her visit, final plans Keystone Heights held at the Woman's I dinner in Palatka Friday after-

Cook;. .Mentbe hip Chairman. month. Food, drinks, film, and were made'for 4-H Camperships, Club. Mrs. Edth Larson and ;noon. ar Y

]Its. Alma Frost; Finance Chairman other beach sundries will be sold. which have been awarded to Billy Miss Iva Hillyer were second high Rev. and Mrs. Ray B. Stedhamand
I Mrs. J. D. Henderson; Legislative The three booths will be open. S. Phegley, Jr., Joe Mann, and while Charles Tucker, a visitor : son, John, spent the week- I

Chairman, Mrs. A. F. Crosby each day from Wednesday, July Carolyn Hayes of Lake Geneva; :, from Oklahoma, and Mrs. Anna I end in Lakeland visiting his sis- "
mes were third place winners. '
f ; Publicity, MrsGeorge 22, through Sunday July 26- They and Lee Townsend and Carol I Recent Deaths ter.Mrs.
Schaeffer; Health and Welfare, will be in charge of Mrs. HerbertLEE'S Campbell Keystone Heights. Miss G. H. Cunard and chil-

t Darlene Phegley, of Lake Geneva, Word has just been received ofthe I dren, Debbie, Eddie, and Henry, I

has been appointed Junior Counselor sudden death on June 21 of I of Smyrna, Georgia are visiting I

and she is taking her sister, Carl Johnson of Hillcrest, and of Mrs. Cunard's sister and brother- Name in Electric Household Appliances

Starr, another 4-H girl. Mrs. omfret, Vt. About three years in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ray-

: DRIVE IN-KeystoneHgts. Fifeces P. Egan plans to accom- ago, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson purchased burn and son, Tommy, and her
the Price home in Hill-
7 pany the group. mother Mrs. Florence Jackson-

r Special Showing -N Advanced Prices Young people of Clay and St. crest, and spent winters here in Chris and Rusty Lee of Jacksonville -

Johns County will spend the weekof Florida. Mr. Jchnson had extensive Beach were recent guestsof I

July 13 in 4-H work crafts, apple orchards in Vermont, their- grandparents Mr. and

Ten CommandmentsWed. sports" and having a real good which required summer residence Mrs. C. Priest Perry.

time, at the 4-H Camp at Cherry here. Their many friends in Hill- Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Barrington .

Lake in Madison Co. Campers, crest and this area will miss him. are visiting their daughter and

., July 8 Thru Tues., July 14 agents, and leaders will go from Irs. Johnson may be reached at son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert

Keystone Doctor's Inlet, Middle- the above address. Lippman and family in Georgia- --
With Yul Brynner and All-Star Cast burg, and' Green Cove Springs ina The sudden death of Edward I ,Mr. ad Mrs. J. O. Roberson and i \

Wednesday and Thursday July 15, 16 school bus. William Phegley Sr., Dors, on July 4th. has shocked .family of Port Orange are v sting .,wrr I

will take the local group to join he community. The Dors purchased his mother, Mrs. Ada Roberson.

JERRY LEWIS' NEW PICTURE the others and board the bus at the Bastedo house about a year Miss Vicky Bryan spent the 49LB.REEZERWITi

Don't Give Up The Ship Starke. a so. for their retirement. weekend with her grandparents, { ,. 17 IB. CHl11EBOOwERJ1rllt4
Funeral JD
services for Charles '
The Phegley family, recent newt Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bryan. '" :t.J<::;.
comers tr Late Geneva area, is Wingenbach were held at St. Wil- Mrs. J. E. Moore and Mrs. C- .>....,. .y'., "

liam's Catholic Church Tuesday R. Thomas of Gainesville were .Jk. :'
mCrning, July 7, with burial in --'" AR
recent guests of Mrs. Riddling's 'l 4.:" .!, :;.-:
Melrose Cemetery. Mr. Wingen- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1... Harpe t ,-
bach died 3 in the Veterns' '
on July ;
and family. 1 '''i
; t
Hospital in Lake City, after
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bishop of ; .f i5'r
a long illness. He was 84 years .
OF CONDITIONTHE Orlando spent the weekend with ;t '
CONDENSED STATEMENT old, and a Spanish-American War 1: ,'Jt.i ,! 1r FAMILY SIZE
Sen. and Mrs. J. E. Cross. Also
Veteran. Surviving him are his ...,,. }. .
; "; ;;-
weekend guests at the Cross home 10.8 CU. FT. CAPACITY
wife, two sons and five daughters. L\\ '
were'Mrs. Cross' parents, Mr. and i ., 0 y rt
His widow Mrs. Pearl '
Wingen- :., .
i t" ..<
Mrs. C- P. Huffman of Live Oak- -
ha'h. lives in Melrose.
i. Mrs. Thomas H- Radford and tt t- ...u;. I rao
Library Gets New Books
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Mrs. Alfred Airth of Live Oak re- ; ,*; "
Mrs. David Nelson has donateda 1 ' cently visited Mrs. C. W. Rogtirs. : !,,,,
number of fine new books to "';'''DV'"

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA the Keystone Heights Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Bert Howard of !; ,t'.',, .rr. R
Ormond Beach were recent guestsof & A 4v
Club Library. Another book has <
Mr.' Howard's brother, Eriiie tx:..J!'"'I.{,,..:
been purchased by the Library- : -
:?: p't B1$ STORAEE
Howard.Mr. : :
.- ., Twist Twelve and Twenty", by I t {': ? PPP.
Pat Boone. All young people and Mrs. Grant Rothham- r 1..w,"F y.' : ? 16 R FT. OF 11 !JWL1Oaaa, saws
should read it. mer took a fishing trip to Ma- .
30 1959 ,
June Gold Head Branch tanzas Inlet last week. However, iI"'',-.) USABLE SHELF AREA ,

Has Busy FourthIt they only caught three fish. .. :* I
seemed as if everyone from Rev. and Mrs. Daniel Staffordand : : f. I! -
: ,-. : sons, Jimmy and David of r% I ",,-"
surrounding communities visited
t 4; : -rh !
Goldhead Branch State Park on Bethany Oklahoma are spendingtwo I Tc

Resources Saturday Independence Day. On weeks with Mrs. Stafford'sperents t1"U I ryt
Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
that day alone, there were 3,155 i
in the Park. The Mann- .,,'t+v.:0..
persons campingarea ; ., : x '
had almost reached a sat- Mrs. Virginia Yown Yarbroughand +, % r t. : x
Loans and Discounts $879,717.45 Stock '. 'f"": $50,000.00 s.d'fH. ... ., y ?
Capital uration point when extra picnic daughter, Delinda, of Moul- : .. ')> '' ..' .... .
< #
;.i' k l %>t.: : ,
U. S. Government tables were put in to accomodatethe trie. Georgia' and nephews, Ed- 'fr-1i: ;4 ;; ; :iii":, ;; 'rlt ,
ward and William Mason, of } y !> 1.1K.' :i ; '
272 campers. ;: :'. ,1 Z fjf ti-
4 ; ?<
Obligations 914,890.28 Surplus "M,! :| \ 65000.00 .q.i. .<7 $ : : ; I
While Camp Immokalee-the! Gainesville visited Miss Joyce >/Mf"t". v: .(<,' /.iI-t'". 1
f; r: < t.. ,:::i. : r..<< "
k. : ""
YMCA Camp is in operation, there Rothhammer Saturday. Mrs- Yar- _v.'f "'}, ..,h' I '
Other Marketable Bonds 24,000.00 Undivided Profits N.- : -; 9,973.60 will be quite- few groups visiting brough is a former classmate of pw &

Geld Head Branch State Park. Miss Rothhammer's. a. : : \ 169.9 tiS

This past week, Lloyd Sharpe! Duplicate BridieWinners
Cash.. and Due From Banks 409,960.89 *
Deposits k 2,112,219.20 brought 39 boys for an outing, of the Melrose Duplicate FROM OUR y6E

staying over night. Then on Monday Bridge last week were, Tied EXCllA

Banking House 16,297.29' Kim Porter brought another for high. Mrs. Roland Bryan and 1959 LINE .
Unearned Discount % 21,271.39 39 boys from Camp Immokaleefor Mrs. Val Given, Miss Iva Hillyerand

an outing. Mrs. Edith Larsen.
Furniture and Fixtures 17,313.97. .
"\ Marriage Of Interest Vacation Bible School
Reserves v The many friends of J. O. Han- To Start At Dleb'aewin '

Other Assets M 1,317.11 son and Mrs Fren Swinford t Registration of children for the

mmm be happy to know that they were! Vacation Bible School will be held

Totalh.. ::-:_:"' $2, 63,496.99 Total ;;-- : =-- .--. _- .$2, 63,496.99 married last week. In a quiet ceremony Friday July .10. at the Melrose REDFEARN'SYour

and are now on a wedding Baptist Church. AH children wishing ,

.- trip to Washington D. C- May ,we! to participate should be read .

'). .- extend our congratulations a I gistered. Hotpoint Dealer for 14 Years
The Bible School will start Monday -
r Some Fish Stay July 13, and continue
We don't know how he did tt t through July 23. -Rer. B. Ray PHONE 9391 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

,. land maybe he'wont teHl) but we Stedham. minister' of the Eliam

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yvyvyvyw w.I.trelfth birthday on Wednesday,1|I !coiville to Arkadelphia' Ark.,! dish supper and a joint meeting.)':and children and Mr. and Mrs.I tones. Lorraine Priest.- Tommy I I p]loris of Miami, enjoyed a picnicat a 0"11 of Phoenix Ariz., and C. E.
; ;.T7> .July 1, when he entertained al' where Col. Firtley will go in business -i At this meeting the Charters I Joseph Starling and daughter en- barter and Ed Smith, Joe Harley : Shipmans Fish Camp at LakeSanta Barber of Maccltny.
.group of friends at an outdoor : with his father, Col. Harry f cr the new year were presentedRev. .l Yfcll.n tutib> ? at 'FnDanc1inag md Raymond Durban. Randall I) .
HIGHLIGHTS :supper. The boys had fun cooking :Hartley. Bill Breyfogle' along with I.: ach* on".Sat\\ fa1. f ]Bradley! Billy Anders, and Ed Fe on the 4th. Mrs. A. B. Harley is spendng

their hamburgers and other thingson Mrs, Dorothy Sherman will other awards that the groups had Mr. and Mrs Walter Wilkison ] accompanied by Rev. A. J.I'I'g Mrs. E: M. Futch visited her this week with Mr. and Mrs. S.
aua a.uu AAAA&&A A&AA the out-side grill. Guests for 'make her home in Keystone earned. The CUbe had earned 1001 are spending aria week with. their dams attended a Methodistf'outh brothers, Maurice and Dewey, and C. Harley, at Heilbrona-

.Continued from Page 11)) the evening,included Steve Sh&ck- :Heights "with her.sister, MrS,.Nelle subscriptions to no 's Life and a !.C -in-law aid'daughter Air. and Fellowship Sub-District their families in Macdenny on Mrs. D. J., Putney of Jackson
elford, Ernie and Ray Williams, I Grayson. Green RIbbon won for achlevemenls. Mrs. Cecil- Dobbst Bummers ]party at Worthington Springs, : ville spent Monday,wth her mother
W1We there
have it from good authority that Timmy Hickman, Lee Sutton, Friends and neighbors of Mr. In* dd1H ido their charter Landing at Kihgsley Lake. Jury 2. Thursday she attended and'Friday the Union meetingat Mrs. E. M. F tdt'and brother

Herb Nelson is catching fish with Marshall Beam and Barry Wy- aid Mrs- Paul Holmes regret that and .100 subscriptions. to Boy's Mrs. OJ, Phillips Billy Gas- MrsRobert Meyers of Jacksonville Oak Grove Primitive BaptiSt 1,. Floyd.
clothes-pins these days! Some)man. I they and their daughters Patty Life> the Boy Scouts received a kins and Miss Ola Mae Phillips is visiting her mother, Mrs Church. Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville -
people will try anything, and PersonalsMrs. Mae and Joanie have moved to second class ribbon they won at were in Hilliard on,Sunday after- Mattie: Carter. I I spent the: weekend with her
sometimes it works. II Thomas Elmore and Mrs. Bedford, Mass\ where Paul whois .::Camporee a few months ago. neon to see Leslie ,Phillips. The following MYF officers Mr. and Mrs. Loroie Harley of parents. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Har-

CHURCH NEWS Francis: P. Egan attended a train- with the Air Force, has been. I John Allen, son of Mrs. Lena Mr.' and Mrs.tFay. Durban and ,were installed at the evening services Starke were Sunday guests of +ey-. '
St. Anne's Episcopal ing meeting last Tuesday at Clay transferred. .Clemens was the only Boy Scout daughter of Jacksonville visited I, on Sunday: president Joe Mr;. Mae-Wells and Mrs.?.Martha Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Normanof

Plans are underway for a weekof Ccunty Extension Office in Green Friends of Axel Malmgren havebeen receiving awards. He received Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright :Harley vice-president, Linda Lee; Bales. Highland Jutted M;.-and .)1.1'5.I .
Vacation Bible School and will Cove Springs. Leaders and agentsof receiving cards from him Merit Badges in Botany Art. Con- on Sunday. .secretary, Abbie Harley; treasurer. 'Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. '
be announced later- Suggestionsyou 4-H work from St. Johns and from all over the 'country. It seems nervation! in the Community, and Miss Debbie Phillips of Palatkawas :Buddy Thomas; Witness and Bryant Reddish were Mr and I I Vaughn PreiccttALVAREZ' .-

may wish to give or any ser- Clay Counties received Instructions that t Mr. Malmgren is having himself his Life Badge. Many of the Cubs the weekend guest of Mr. and :Faith, Lonnie Craft; Citizenshipand Mrs. Joe Jones and J. M. Thomp-

vice will be appreciated. in Leather Craft Tooling and a real trip. and, a.'nice time, received badges and arrow point. Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Outreach, Joy Starling; Fel- ......
Father Breyfogle and a groupof Lacing from Mrs. Gladys Kendall tc boot. The latest card camefrom Col Eorton, Commissioner of 'Mrs. Hester Hicks, Mrs. William lowship, Raymond Durban. .Men'-UGLW Il&.;
young people left for Camp Home Industries Specialist of ,Tallahassee Lewiston Idaho. -- Scouting of Gainesville, presented Wolfe and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Mrs. Nellie Osteen returned to II' STORE .t894 1111
Weed on Sunday afternoon. They This was in preparationfor Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes returned all the awards. vi sited Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish her home in Tampa after an extended Emblish Ia

xvill return July 18.; the crafts work at Camp. recently from a trip to Washington in Maxville On Sunday afternoon. visit with relatives here. '- .. .
St. William's Catholic Mr. and Mrs. Louis Andre, and !!. D. C., where she and her Y..ww .ww.wwwwww..... Mr and Mrs. 'tom Whaley and Her sister Mrs. Lou Norman accompanied i 'r z; ar sa. wI
Sunday July 12, will be .Holy son Roland of Lake Shore were daughter Mrs Guy Carter Jr., daughters of Jacksonville visitedMr. her home for a visit. I -
Name Sunday and all the men of S'mday guests of Mrs. Nellie and two children of Jacksonville LAWTEY\ and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton on Spaghetti Sapper I "A,LOT-FORrAJJTTLE : -. ::t

the Parish will receive Holy Com- Grayson. I visited another daughter. Miss I.Saturday." The Methodist Youth Fellow- i LAKE LOTS FOR' 'SALE

munion in a group. Mr. and Mrs Joe Sullivan and; Jean Hwmes, who is employed in By II,.. Joyce T. Ftrfc_ I Recent guests of Mrs. Tim ship will serve a spaghetti supperon HALF'' r.tOON\AKE't: arm! $1.5dO
The Catholic Club met in the small daughter of Gainesville arespending the Department of State. Blackburn were Mrs. Daisy Bach the Strawberry Platform on
Hall on Monday evening to continue this week with Mrs Sul- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cherry and .A A A&AAAA & A&AA A and son. and'Mrs. Nellie Wilker- Friday evening July 17, beginningat PARADISE LAKE" -' S1i54. .

planning for the Labor Day livan's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack children are occupying. the Meck- Birth Announcements t tn; of Jacksonville. 6 o'clock. Plates will be 75c- WHITE SAND.LAKE $U5O

"weekend supper. There was no Reid.Mike lem home on Lawrence Blvd/re- :Mr. and Mrs. George Robertsare Ralph Darter of Jacksonville is Mr. and Mrs.'Lonnie Roberts of Building Lots Lake Access Half Mile from

covered dish supper this month Siprelle son of Mr. and cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. proudly announcing the ar- spending his vacation with his|St. Mary's Ga. and D. Gorman of Keystone Heights P. 0. $500
because so many of the group ,Mrs. Bill Siprelle of Jacksonville, ..Paul Holmes. Mr. Cherry will be I !ival: of a daughter Brenda Kay, mother. Mrs. Hattie- Darley and Jacksonville visited Mrs. Effie ALL LOTS 20%: DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY
ate on vacation. I is spending this week with David our school principal next year. born July 3 in St. Vincent's hospital other relatives. Miner;. Saturday.
Tennis Classes Offered Schaeffer.Mr. Miss Maxine Jones spent the Jacksonville. Paternal W. P. Kemp had as recent 'Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and
Starting August; 1, evening classes and Mrs. Walter Stewart of holiday weekend with Mrs. Grace grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G- guests !rlr, and Mrs William daughters of Maxvtlle visited Mr. S. E. M KAY.- REALTOR

in tennis will be offered for Gainesville have spent the past Biddle and her nephew, Lavaughn W. Roberts. This is' thefirst Kitchen and daughters of Savannah and Mrs. Griffin Hodges on Sun
adults. Further information on two weekends with Mr. and Mrs. Johns, in Jacksonville.Mrs. granddaughter in both families. Ga. and Mrs Charles Bisbee day.: Keystone Heights: Phones 3071''' .- 'W51 **- 4151

how to register for the classes Jack Reid, while the men workedon Evelyn Mieneke of Chicagoleft Mrs. !Roberts is spending this and son of New Hampshire. Mrs. Mrs. Edwin Padgett returned Melrose\ Phone Granite 5.2968 _

"will be given within the next Mr. Stewart's sail boat. They for hom, on Sunday after week with them in Jacksonville.: Kitchen and Mrs. Bisbee are Mr. home Wednesday from Bradford vQ
two weeks. hope to go sailing in Lake Geneva visiting her sister and brotherinlaw Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Mas- Kemp's daughters. '.1' County Hospital 'where she had ':;-- ar

Outdoor Supper Mr and Mrs. Wally Muhl- sey announce the' arrival of a Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buster .been' patient for'several 'days.
Capt. and Mrs. Robert C. and Mrs. J. O. Hanson of I II hofer. for a week. daughter Cynthia Kay,> at Bradford Bennett and the Darleys during Mrs. Tex 'Wilson returned. :to U
Jackson were hosts at an outdoor I Keystone Heights are on a trip to I Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Hiers and County Hospital on July 41: the week were Mr. and Mrs. Winton 'Atlanta with Minnie Lee and P. J. HOME ON YOUR LOT

supper on their lawn which over-I Washington D. C. where they are Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper, all Mr. and Mrs. Paul: \ Oihkins and Parrish and family of Avon Griffis where they will spend

looks Keystone Lake, Saturday the guests of Mr. Hanson's daughter of Jacksonville visited Sunday their: newly adopted son' David Park. Mrs. Nellie Osteen of TamPoMrst.ur some time with her mother, Mrs. NO MONEY DOWN
evening, July 4. The supper was and family Dr. and Mrs R. r4th Mr. and Mrs. N- W. Harden Alan, of St. Augustine;were weekend Norman of Heilbronn Linnie Oriffis.. '
In honor of Capt. Jackson's sister I A. Malmgren- Mrs. Hanson is bergh and family. Mr. Hiers is, guests of Mr. and Mrs.;Car and Mrs. Sarah Lawson and Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. D. A. Jones and '
Mrs. E. F. Cain of Aberdeen, Md. the former Mrs. Fern Swinford of Mrs. Herdenbergh's brother.Mr. Carter and the Senior DinkinsOn Mary: Lawson of Starke. daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph By: Tone y Builders, Inc. tOW! I

Other guests included Mr. and Keystone Heights and Mrs. Tom Brannon and Tuesday Mr;'and Mrs- Albert Gal Mrs. Mary Reddish was Sunday Wise, and sons Mr. and Mrs Box 106, J485 UP
Mrs. Fred Leonhard, Mayor and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marfeldand children. Patty Sharon Sally and I l loway and family of Little Rock dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Mitchell Brown and sons Mr. and Bowling Green Fla. AS
Mrs. William T. Jackson and son children of Fairbanks, Alaska Todd, formerly of Jacksonville Ark. and Mr. and Mrs; Werner W. Baldwin and their guests Mr. Mrs. Donald Bennett and sons, ,
o, Bruce; Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson spent the holiday weekend with have purchased the house on Lake! Odnig of Jacksonville, visited thee ahd Mrs. Garland Godwin andfamtly'of Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and

and sons, all from Starke. Dr. and Mrs. Edward-Thiele. The Geneva, recently occupied by th : Dinkins. On Sunday their guests Cleveland. Ohio at their II sons, Mt. and" Mrs. John Brown
Aho Mr. and Mrs. W. M- Jacksonand Marfelds and the Thieles spent Paul Tunntsons. Their neighbors, Were Mr. and Mrs."Rotace'Coxo. ( Kihgsley Lake home. and'daughters.' Mr. and Mrs. Fon-
sons of Ocala. ,Saturday and Sunday sightseeingat are happy to welcome the Bran- Santa Fe Lake. Q Mi85 S Mary and Abbie Harley'' zo Prevatt and family, and Mrs.
Families Enjoy: Fish Fry St. Augustine and other points non family into their midst. 'Joy and Barbara Starling, 'Kathy l.1a Bennett and daughter, De-
Mrs. Nancy Keene and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson I lof interest. The visitors left on I Mrs Bert Christoffers Jr. has.
Elsie: Bradley attended Union ., ,, ., ,
""' ]"1"
Mr. Miami called
and Mrs Charles McGlave Monday morning for their new been in this week,
at the Primitive Baptist i
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox Mr. home in Columbus Ga- there by the serious illness of her I II meeting
I I Church near Macclenny on Friday .
and Mrs. George Schaeffer, and Mr. and MrsVergie Russell of mother. .
:/ ""even 4
and Saturday On Saturday '
all their respective children, and \Nos Gales, Ariz. spent Tuesday Mrs. Earl Brice and Mrs. Charles :tug i Mrs. Keene and the Allen "7 .', -
Miss Anna G. McCullough and night with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thiele Foster are both back at their -
Hart family'Vert called tb :LakeShore ... -
Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann enjoyeda before returning to Arizona aftera respective home after being con- -
fish-fry on the shores of Lake' tour of Florida. fined to Bradford County Hospital Hospital in Lake' City' due 1
Geneva Sunday evening. Another Recent guests of Mrs. Nelle tb the serious illness bf Mr. Hart's ::JIM OF. ALL TRADES::
aster Eteil Wise and E. ,
Cadet Eulie A. Rushton is Mrs. sue I : y f' "
guest was Mike Siprelle, a former Grayson on Brooklyn Bay were Lt. Jr. l
Keystoner who now lives in Jacksonville Col. D. Hartley and daughter receiving six weeks of training at G. Wise I came home with.' their (MASTER OF ONE) This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model; .
and who is a houseguest, Dianne and Mrs. Dorothy Sher- the Reserve Officer Training cousins for a week's visit:;

of the Schaeffers. man. Mrs. Hartley is Mrs. Gray- Corps camp at Fort Belvoir Va. Mrs. George Nlblack of Jacksonville Phone Jim Hayes (Without Cal poste)
Birthday He is 1956 of Bradford the'Monday guest of
Cook-Oat son's daughter, and Mrs. Sherman a graduate
Many Models to Choose From Write for Folder
The High School and is student her brother and slsterin1AwMi., -
Johnny Reid. Jr., son of Mr. and I is Mrs. Grayfon's sister. now a
, Mrs. Jack Reid celebrated his i Hartleys have moved from JackKEYSTONE -. at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.ST. and Mrs. Theopol1s'Reddish: KEYSTONE 3573

Mr. ani Mrs. Broward Padgettand Any Place in Honda Same low Price
family stopped by Tdfeday To Make An Honest Buck I Will DoA
CHURCH KEYSTONERev. with Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Padgettas ." -.' .}
they were enroute from Cali-
M. H. Breyfogle Vicar Little .
fornia to make their home in St.
Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Com Repreenta\ire
GAS CO. munion;; 9:30: a, m., Sunday Petersburg.Mr. .
School; 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayer and Mrs. G. W. Roberts has PLUMBING *. TREE" TRIMMING- RAY D. FORTH
and Sermon (Holy Communion as their Wednesday overnight I
"YOUR FRIENDLY GAS DEALER" each first Sunday; 6:30 p. m.. :suests Mr and Mrs. Charles Datura : CARPENTERING'. SEPTIC TANK WORK I
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Young People meet. Boynton Beach, ;and Mrs. Highway 21 Phone 4123KEYSTONE
Keystone Heights, Fla.Come PAINTING LAWN MOWING
Pearl Whitnel Deland. I ;
Holy Days-7:30: a. m. Holy HEIGHTS FEA..
Communion. Cynthia Whetsel! from Tucson, ROOFING WELL DRILLING ,

In And Register j For FREE Parish Supper each third Wed- Ariz., spent Tuesday and Wednesday [If You Don't See Us, We Both Lose Money
with her cousins Karen and.. ETC. ,..
TRINITY EPISCOPAL John 'Lee. ''- -......

Prizes To Be GiVen Away Aug. 7 CHURCH MELROSE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore's. .

Rev- M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar guests during the .weekend were: ., '"
Mrs. Wesley Thomas and son, andFrrddy'
Sunday 0 a. m., Sunday
General Electric Freezer Moore'
of Hendersonville.N. .
School 11:15
; : a. m.. Morning
Prayer and [Sermon [Holy Com C. and Mrs. S- D. Andrews. and
Certificate $25 Worth of Gas ,, munion each first Sunday]; 7:30p. children> of Wlldwood.Mr. I
m. Young People meet. and Mrs.. Robert Carlton .
60-GalIon Gas Tank and sans of Jacksonville spent the .
Holy Days-lO.a.: m.. Holy Com- (. -
munion. reeked with her parents, Mr. and Jusr oNC o 7 er 8es
Sportsman' Outdoor Barbecue Set MrS. Frak Cruce.: Kenneth Carlton

St. William's Catholic Chapel. Is spending this week with'- .his of EELS y iKr .
Keystone Heights .
3 Sets Century,Cookware Sunday Mass at 6:30a_ m. grandparents.Mr.. and Mrs..Walter Wilkinson: :

Holyday,Mass,at 7:00: a. n. spent from Thursday until Saturday -
VISIT US IN OUR NEW LOCATION OPPOSITE Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. with Mr. and"'Ml e. Cecil
Confessions before all Masses Dobbs, in Jacksonville. Mr. Wilt
MALLARD'S FIVE & TEN Baptisms, inarriaces and '.Instructions kison's brother Henry anbT his ,oY Ni .
by appointment. wife of Baton Rouge'La. visited 1. Y S.f 1 '4 .
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the Wilkisons ;
on Sunday-
Dependable 24-Hour ServiceDay KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. Mr. and Mrs.; Dan Starling had
as guests at their cottage m'lhe

R. Smith, .pastor. Raipn Scrub over the weekend Mr.'*.M
Phone 4351 Night Phone 2582 Copeland., Minister of Music .and Mrs. H.'T. Markham 'and family

church organist. of Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs.Leon ., .
Services: Sunday School fl:45 Sterling and family of Jackson xQ 5:

a, m. Morning,Worship, 11 a. m. viLe Mr. ahd Mrs! Luther Billiard
Training Union: 7 p. m. Evening and children ahd' Mrs: Sarah "'. .
services i 8 p, m. Starling.Miss /.'.

"Make churchworship; a family Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Joyce .'7
affair. Futch. and Mrs. G. W. Durhamof '

SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! 1 Jacksonville were Thursday ahd Kt, t r .s d .

f..yyw..Y.w..w..t.. Rosa Friday Jones guests at of Ormond their aunt Beach.Mrs. :.1 .-......

MELROSE Mrs. Les Prevatt and childrenof .- M-.
the State Farm visited" her

Go to Jacksonville or Gainesville, or::] &A&A&AA A & & father, Willie Griffis and Mr. and ,.Take a tip from tIe expert I. fa NASCAJtf-m'IiId d lest of reable to tell this yourself:j 1t.ptIr.. .
Mrs.. J. B. Bradley U. and from peated stop from highway speeds. once you take the wheel. -_
[Continued from Page, 111 : on Sunday.Mrs. their own words on- \, .
ANYWHERE I to get a price on your= Selma Eunice was a pa- .tberecord facts and figures: More "Best Style It's the only car of Best Ecdftomy. No doubt about
Baptist Church will be principal. tient in Bradford County Hospital than Chevrolet gives more '
ever, you the leading low- riced 3 that a unmistakably this: two Chevrolet 6's. won theirtrans
New Car THEN SEE t All area children from the ages from Tuesday until Friday.. Her any 'other of the I leading low- modern p in every line. class in the famous Mob$i1]gas Economy
; of 4 through 16 are Invited to son-irr-law and daughter Mr. and -, priced three!. More room to relax l !in, "In its price class" says POPULAR Run, got the best mileage off
take part.Church Mrs. Joe Lane and; family of De- r .instance..A saknplfnr official SCIENCE negating; *!4 new high .any..fuD-size car,,' .ZZM'.tuSu per)
Circle Meets. land came Tuesday evening...Mr. dimensions repoHed to A.M.A.* in daring styling." _. -. gallon-with Powergiide .r
I The Mabel PearsaU Circle of Lane returned home on,Wedesday.Mr. hakes this clear! Chevy front seat
dH the Methodist Church held their and MrsJay Eunice and.son 'hip room, ler ote; thin*. i* *f> to Best Engine Every motor magRestTrade-In Check fa '*#?
BILLYDOWLING aACROSS first meeting of the 1959-60 con took Mrs. Lane and children: home S.$ inches wider than comparable %azine has given Chevrolet's standard N.A.D.A.J' Guide Book. Chevy used

Terence year Wednesday June.24 on-Friday. Another,,daughter Mrs- eart. And:"Chevy <(welt -offwf more and ,Corvette V8's unstinted .car prices last' rear averaged 1Ip' to
128 higher tha totepwbie aod-
at the home of Mrs. Walter Brin- Bennett Green and daughter .' of front seat head1)om"thn aS but praise. Ai SPORTS CARS '
) the els of the "other two.
surely _
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son.A Phoenix, Ariz., arrived on Friday -one .of, the ftiy&.= fired. card ,,,_ most wonderfuUy puts :responsive engine .Ast*....aa...." ..._. A..Iwflfoii' '
program "Fellowship With far an extended visiL.Their Sun- t Jtr Stoc* M U-.
available today at any price.: := : J
One. Another" was presented by day guests were S. J. and Melvin _..Brakes. Not only Vfegef, e 4 JCtfMQ Pit

three young ladies of. the M. Y. Futch. of Jacksonville. but built with bohded lining* for np Best Ride MOTOR TREND 'o,",,,,t ,. .

F., Misses, Frances Adams, who Mr. and Mrs. W. E. fault and to .J6fc }loafer fcfe. *t .- Hfove magazine. caflr> Chevy ". <. thesmoothest ,4,++ CHEtROLET
served as leader Elizabeth Gar- W. E.,Jr., Mrs.. Carl Gnffis,and what ".hat., Chevy oat-atopped ,-moat quiet, softest rid ."' uf"J
mon. and Susie Hammock. children; and Clarence ,Gault:of !both of ,the other .two",.to a ing car in its price class." YouH be .1o

Tentative plans were made I for Tampa are visiting .Mr. and, Mrs. !!' .
the year by the six members pre- Curtis Gault in Monroe La. They ..

FOR A LOWER sent. Mrs. Vera Hardage was. selected attended the Gault family reunion authorizedChevrolet- dealer and how much more Chevy has to oTTer
PRICE Visit youfjtocaJ! .see
and ( .
accepted as the chairmAn there on the 4t1}. x. >_ I
of. the circle for the new Jim Godwin of ,MaxviBe was _
conference year. The hostesses the Sunday ,guest tof his son-In-
THE STREET served delicious cake and iced law and daughter Mr. and ,Mrs.i&roki : .
drmks. Eunice and- family. Cate.-.Uendry Chevrolet Co. Inc :j

FROM SETZER'S Scoots Hold Joint MeetingOn t Miss Margaret;i Hewitt of Ocala .

Monde night; she Melrose pent Thursday with Mr. and Mis.D. ,

Parish house, the Cub Pack] .' B. Thomas,and faBifly.i ,. ;b.21H.W.-CALL STREET STARKE. FLA.
and Scout Troop had a covffedi|i?Mr. and ..Mra.ChfttIi .$tarring \>or_. ..__ .... ;;- ,.-- __. __._ YO2011.--

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