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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 30, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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f VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JULY 30, 1959' NUMBER SIX I Starke TeenagerAnd



Two Candidates Qualify Local Hiring Expected, I Two Others


I 3 Are InjuredOne

Prison Expansion man was killed and three
For City Clerk's PostEDWARDS
others, including a local boy injured

in an collision near Kings-
Work StartedConstruction ley Lake last Saturday night Botn

cars involved were demohshed.
Police Chief Race r r
r Richard Harold Johns 17, of
of the first phaseof the.entire state; b- Starfce. is in Bradford County
Florida's new multimilliondollar I A minimum custody building for .- -. Hospital with multiple injuries
Gets Two MoreCandidates :
prison is getting under way farm-worker groups of inmates. and cuts of the right arm and
4 'F. with the contractor. Thompson The complete design includes a kneeHis condition is not critical

Street & Co. of Atlanta. Ga.'al- patrol road surounding the entire however.

Li lotted 660 calendar days to com- group of buildings. Total area to Pleas McKinney. Jr., 30, of
fenced is 78.63 acres lying entirely .
be
y -
: plete the work.Co'nstruction Indianapolis Ind-. died in the

Ben C. Holtzcndorf and E. F. of the entire new In Bradford County. .- "'"",:..:-- ,.... emergency room as a resultcf
i'- Miles this week: announced that prison plant, at an estimated cost The design provides that the : : a fractured skull, brain injury,

i ; they will oppose incumbent Riley of some $20.000,000. will, require maximum-close custody section -. ar.d multiple broken bones-
Sweat who qualified for reelection T rc'-, several years for completion.C. I first portion to be built] can be Also injured and in Bradford
D Taylor, Job superintendent operated with only four towers
last week for the office of '. County Hospital;: are Alfred Eddie
police chief.Holtzendorf.. ,.. for Thompson & Street, said yesterday being manned 24 hours a day. G hman. 62.:! of Butlerrille, Ind.,
that when the project gets Prison Warden DeWitt Sinclair
52. is presently a and hi son. Carl Glen Goshman
rergeant on the force but has served into full swing, in about two aid' yesterday that when com- a.. 33. of Indianapolis. The elder

as assistant chief under ex- J ,fit ,weeks around 200 Jobs will be provided pleted the new prison will require Goshman is out of danger but
chief: W. E. Thornton and as act- for free labor in the Brad- around 150 additional employeeswith rot i suffering: from shock and a fractured -

S ing chief when Thornton retired t= ford-Union County area, with an an added payroll of 600000. left leg and right foot. His

4 July 1, 1958. He was defeated by t .. estimated weekly payroll of from At present the institution has 300 9 son however, is still in critical
Y Sweat last year in a close race t y $10,000/ to 12000. In addition to employed with an annual payrollin ondition, with internal injuries,

1I for the unexpirec" part of Thorn- this some 300 common labor Jobs excess of a million' dollars. multiple bro en ribs concussion,

\ion's term.A will be filled by prison inmates. The main construction job on j and deep la orations of the head.

tAkt member or the police force Ten per cent of skilled labor in the first phase was' placed under ,; The accident took place at

for about ten years Holtzendorf each job category may also be 'contract to Thompson & Street, Kingsley Lake where State Road

was first employed in 1937. be- supplied by prison labor, it was I for $4,538,000, while Decatur Iron' 16 merges with SR 230. McKinney -

!rtnnirg: service under Mayor W.Sweat HAZEN said! d: Steel Co., Decatur. Ga. contracted accompanied by the topG
I I Preliminary layout and surveying to I install the cells locking devices 1 hmans was travelling east toward -
I work is in at the t
I Council Chairman T. C. [Cliff] now progress and other steel work for Jacksonville on 16 in a 1959
Merrill Edwards, who suffereda site. on the east side of New
r I Hazcn. Jr. qualified Monday to 1035000. If the state decides Plymouth station wagon. Accordin -
two vote defeat in the 1957 election ; run for the office of city clerk in River in Bradford County. to install the steel work with pits ? to State Trooper Albert King

for city clerk, qualified Sat- the election slated for Sept. 8. Mr. Taylor said that all jobs, on labor, Decatur's contract will who investigated the accident,
Hazen is with the exception of six or eight be cut to $951,071.The MccKinney apparently failed tostor'
urday to run for the post again. currently serving his a y
key positions, will be filled locally. t.
Carl Johns Edward's opponentin third term as councilman. He has The first phase contract Includes prison shops will be'used at the step sign where 16merees
been Council Chairman for the with 230 and collided witha
to produce most of the
the bitter 1957 struggle has beds
the construction of maxi-
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a
5...) last three years. He'said his un- shelves, cell' tables, and diningtables 1952 Ford being driven by
mum and close ,
announced that he will not seek custody penitentiary
I expired council term which still used in Johns west toward Starke.
the
re-election. ; has one year to 'go would be' filled to provide cell space for 1,200 prison- equipping new The Ford ran head-on into the

Edwards a native of Starke anda it., by an appointment by the four prisoners; dining and kitchen 7 left side of the Plymouth, smashing -
13'year employee of I I council members if he is success- facilities; heating plant; disciplinary Convicts will also install the .r it in. The front end of the
the
Tom'sPeanut
Holtxendorf quarters well house and zewage system fencing and'
light-
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ful in his bid for the clerk's post. pump qyk"K Ford was flattened almost to the
Company, lost the 1957 1 E. Middleton. He farmed for a Hazen came'lnto office in Jan house; and four guard towers. ing, and have already cleared the u. -.. sl Sa windshield. Observers said neithercar
election by a count of 752 to 750 few years and returned to the uary 1956 via the apPOintment Future contracts will be let for: site. and put in the water system. 8 t'' appeared to have slackened 1U

votes. He instituted legal actionto force about four years ago. He route. He was .elected.in September A medical center, including gen- Temporary housing ,will be peed before the collision.i .
force a recount of ballots, but has lived in the county 40 years, 1956 after receiving the high- eral hospital and tuberculosis hospital greeted for the'30u convicts assigned i i

later dropped the suit. is married and has one son Ben est number of votes in a five-man ; to work on' the project. I Two Accidentsn
The 44-year-old candidate is Jr. who also lives in the county. A reception and guidance cen- These buildings will later be con. I
Miles who lives at 524 W. Madison race.He ter to handle all commitments for verted, into warehouses. -
descended from a family that has was unopposed in 1958 ,when ?
has also been the The County
on city
lived he was elected to his ,
in Starke for present
four generations police force, from 1954 to 1956. term. Jury Considers : .
: He is married to the former -'I He came here in 1940 from Bi- Hazen promised this week if County Goes Over Last

Edna Louree Howard of Brooker. I enna Ga and has been in the elected he would "continue' serv- Condemnation Weekto

.They will celebrate their 22nd produce business for much of the ing the best Interests of the peoples i ,Two,._ the county

wedding anniversary in September. time. and- '-the-V city.Jli,"* _-_"'_"!_< ...._.. T: Suits. g ;"st:5' 'i Beta! 'r t during the week Involved exten-
sive damage to the cars involved
f FicTe/; /' Caruso '8| Mr:..Lou Annie Griffis : I as weD as a light pole and two
T. H. Slade TellsRotations Condemnation proceedings against Bradford County chapter of the concrete. reflector posts.

Starke Resident Dies In Jacksonville five "reluctant" property American Cancer Society closedits : Cpl. Carlos Musgrove of the

f .About owners by Houston Texas Gas and 1959 drive last week,by sending \ .y i I Highway Patrol said Mrs. Callie

Mrs: Lou Annie Griffis, long Oil Company moved into their headquarters an 11,800 I! Barden admitted going to sleepat

Fidel Caruso. 81. of Starke time resident of Lawtey, died Far East ToijT. fourth day of hearings Thurs goal.check. 80 per cent over the $1,000 : the wheel and running a stop

formerly of Keystone Heights, Wednesday sign at the intersection of SR
July 22 in a Jacksonville ,
died Sunday morning in a local day. A 12 man jury is hearingthe Breaking the drive Into its various : 1 227 and U. S. 301 about 3 o'clock
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hospital'where
she had H. Slade local
been businessman
hospital after an extended illness. cases In,Circuit Court.
:
I units, Mrs. '
at the CM Wednesday Clyde'Terwillegar, t1 : 1 1c Saturday morning.
spoke Rotary >. :
undergoing :
treatment for the )
past
Born in Dec. 6 1878 Mr. *
Italy on of the The suits were _filed by the chairman, listed $825.96 from Mrs. Barden was returning
Caruso was a retired miner and two months. She was a member of : gained giving in some his recent'impressions tour of- company against W. H. [Hogan business firms and employee : ? from Graham at the time of the

a member of the Catholic Church. the Lawtey Baptist Church. Methodist Missions in Smith Foster Shi Smith Roy Q. groups; $439.12 from house-to- accident. She took along two con-

Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Griffis was the widow of Japan' Tomlinson. J. R. Wainwright, and house visits; spearheaded by Beta : ;l crcte posts carrying warning reflectors -

Mrs. Henry Stefanelli of Starke the late Jessie G. Griffis. She is China Hawaiian the Islands.Mr. Phillippines. and the L. L. Renfroe, all of whom refused Sigma Phi and directed by Mrs. .l as she went through the
and Mrs. Leslie Adams of Lake to accept the company's David Montgomery; $180.42 from : deadend intersection and into a
City;' and three sons, Anthony survived by seven daughters. Mrs. Slade said that tne economyof 1 I coin J
.b'.ds! for right-of-way used in construction containers and schools; 7 ditch on the other side of 301.
John and Sam Caruso, all of Ruffin Griffis. Raiford; Mrs. Earl Japan was surprisingly good,' of the natural gas pipe $139.50 from friut cake sales; $140 '- Musgrove estimated damage to

Jacksonville. R. Hatcher. Tampa; Mrs. Ella in view of what the people had to. from fashion show; $50 from 4-H ... i her car at $375 and damage to

The" Rosary was recited in De- Parker. Mrs. Nettie Frigo. Mrs. work with, tout widespread hardship line.The defendants are holding out girls tag sales; and $25 fromsecial ,. the two posts at $20.

Witt C. Jones Chapel Tuesday at Lessie Fletcher, Mrs. Herbert W. and a low standard of living for claims ranging as high I as gifts. l. .. On Wednesday Mrs. Barden paida
8 n.mand funeral mass was held were observed in China and Korea. 'Mrs. Terwillegar fine of $75 in County Court
gives credit for
Packham. and Mrs. Jasper M- $14,000 on one of the parcels of ,
Wednesday at 9 a.m. in St. Edward's He said that Qe Communists I : -- '-' after she pleaded guilty to a
: this
Strickland all of Jacksonville land involved. Each defendant is excellent record to her Cochairman -
Catholic Church with Fa ; appeal to the underprivileged concerned with only one parcel, Mrs. P. G. Felos, and (Top) A wide-eyed spectator slew the new "accordion look" of,charge of running a'stop sign.
therCornelius, Dougherty officiat- three brothers, Percy Griffis and masses in these countries because the 5G 1 car that was :drivenby Richard Harold :I Deputy James Hamilton charged
I except W. H. Smith, who was (; workers who helped in 17.year.old Johns of 8tarke
,Par Griffis, both, of Lawtey, and I they promise "anything" in order a Jacksonville woman with
ing.Burial named as defendant in cases involving phases of, the drive. Bottom and. center pictures ahow two view of car that dead mandrove '
was in Riverside Me- the confidence of tn6 ,faiure! to have her vehicle under
Messie G. Griffis, Jacksonville: I I to' get people two parcels. HIghlights" of 'the'campaign through stop sign. ;j
morial Park Jacksonville.Football and control of the country.Slade I control I after she had careened
sister Mrs. Eliza
one starling Circuit L Pat-
Judge George
coffee I
were a project put by
said that the Communisttide on 230\ feet down a ditch alongside
Practice Jacksonville; a brother. Noah could probably be",reversed if ten recessed the hearings Wed- Mrs. Frank .Broadway' at B&G 2 Men Charged With Garden Softballers I 301. one mile south of Starke.
Taylor, Lawtey 34
; grandchildren
nesday: morning to allow the jury Truck Stop that netted $90 Du-
; This accident also occurred oa
Assault And To
30 the Americans realized 'the_ser- Battery Compete For-
grandchildren
great and
sev-
iousness of the situation and were members a chance to look at each Pont donation of $300 [$50 by the Saturday.The .
Opens August 17 eral great great grandchildren. of the land parcels and make company and $250 by employees! Sub-District HonorsGarden
Funeral services were'ld at 2 willing to spend_.inoney" enough to ; Warrants charging two men I automobile driven by Anita
tneir own'evaluations.. and $25 donated,
m. Saturday in Estes-Krauss educate the people of these coun- by an accident with assault and battery were (issued Dorothy: Brown received damaged
Pall football practice will beginat p.Funeral Home. Jacksonville, with tries to-the advantages" of demo The Jury was carried to the Victim a tourist who n_ was__ hospitalIzed in County.Judge's. Court this Restaurant will repre- tc the right rear fender taillight -

BHS on Aug. 17, Coach Len- Rev. R. Grady Snowden pastor of ,cracy. various locations by Sheriff Red- at Bradford County Hospitaland week. One of the men has been 'sent Starke in the Sub-district and bumper. The automo-
nard Register announced- this the Arlington Baptist Church of- The ..speaker was'introduced' by dish and two ,of his deputies. who "wanted to something arrested and one is still at.large. Softball Tournament in Jackson-!bile broke off a light pole beforeit

week. ficiating.' Burial was in Riverside R. S..Mullins: who.had! charge of They were accompanied by an because.- everybody was so friend- Jessie Gadson charged with'.assault ville next week- 1r.e tournament;' finally came to a halt.
I engineer who pointed out the 17" on Henry Underwood Jr. on begins on Monday but opponents j.
There will be two sessions daily; Memorial Park. the program., I'
one early in the morning and the -- and involved, and by a representative "Education is an important partof July 10 has not been found by have not yet been announced j City Sewer Work
officers. His bond has been set at The Garden sluggers won the*
other. in the late afternoon to of the Houston company. the drive, "Mrs.Terwillegar em- -
avoid the heat. The Winner! The court reconvened Thursday phasized.- "We want people to $500. championship during regular sea- Under
severe Now Way
summer .
The boys will not don pads until morning to hear final argu- know the'danger,signs and to have Luhn Robinson.'Jr. was arrested son recreation league play, and!
!examinations it by sheriffs officers,on an assault have already advanced to the
'school starts Aug. 31. Early ments in the suits by attorneys because may save fi-I
practice sessions on will be designed Hollis Knight, representing the their lives" she added. I charge filed July 27 by Doris Rob- nals in playoff competition. ,Extension of the city sanitary

mostly to get the players in shape. defendants, and 'A. J. Thomas, Literature was distributed by inson. Robinson' bond was set at They won their quarterfinal !sewer! to the State Farmers Mar-
a Jr. for the plaintiff.The women who made the home'visits.'5250. and'he was still in jail ,Wednesday game against Co. C by a 13-7'cet: (new city limits 1 north '' on

jury will have the task of Twenty movie showings were held' afernoon. core while Waldo was whipping!.Ttmple Avewas\ started July 23,
ia Helen Shirley Aldacosta Ts in Maintenance Shop 9-7 and Development :Kith S. 1%!. Wall as the contractor.
setting the prices the plaintiff with an audience estimated at I I
Red Cross Senior jail under bond of S800 after her Commission picked up*.! Wan, who is also contractor oa
must the defendants for the I 1,800. Six programs at clubs, with
pay arrest by Deputy Sheriff James .a forfeit win when Keystone,,the widening of U. 8. 301 north,
condemned land. The jury may approimately 400 present, and
LIFESAVING x |Hamilton on July 22. She is charged could not field a full team i i Vim handle the complete $65,000
set the nigh as it :ne school were held. Five I
.a figures as program
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with malicious: injury in the ,job which includes about etght-
wishes but not under the cancer control -meetings broughtout Waldo will meet Development :
COURSE may go destruction of furniture in a room :tenths of a mile and a lift sta-
valuation set 1:1'a: courtappointed about 500.BUILDING. ] Commission on July 30 at 7:30.:
?. had rented at the Azalea foot sections of
she
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of meet
appraiser.f The winner this game will :
Starts Aug. 3 Drive-Inn, on US 301 south- of Garden Restaurant which advanced ;eight Inch pipe are now being
PERMITS I J Starke. ( (Iaid at a. depth of between seven,
to the
playoff finals on a bye.
and MAYOR'S, COURT I The owner; of the motel estimated i and eight feet. Depth varies according -
Girls
Boys 16 Overt
or
Building'rmtta issued by thcity : damage to his furniture : to the elevation from the
!o _.:-x_- Cases handled in Mayor's Court clerk's office since July 18' at $250. I, S. Mitchell Brown eite of the new lift station.

Y Monday morning were: total'29691. including both orig.. A warrant was issued July 22'[Replaces ',C. E. Wilson Inspector on the job is FrankT.

h.: :Daniel R. Dinnison postponed inal construction and repair items.. charging Frank: Mazuatto with! .Tschorn, professor at the Florida -

f'[ Interested See Recreation .,. .. : from last week, reckless drivingby Bevis Construction Company,. petit larceny. Mazuatto who has,As Lawtey Marshal \ School of Architecture. Gain-
ji.1. e.12L excess speed, $27.50 bond for $5.000 frame residence in Living. not been arrested yet was charged. esville. Heai' hired by the city
Director Bob S. Mitchell Brown began nls,
Benner ._ : feited. fiton-Truby 'subdivision Reno. on an affidavit by W. E. Mixon to check on laying of pipe joints
v yiThis -...., Willie Harm, reckless driving by Tuck's Drive-In on Highway 301 L l which said the suspect: stole a duties as Lawtey police marshalJuly ,,and materials used. Periodic
.;< excess speed, $27-50 'or 5 days. south of Starke. $(91 to secto t surveyor's transit. 23. and replaces C. E. (Tex) :checks are also made by consulting -

Space Contributed Cornelius J. Brown, failure I: awnings on'three sides of the Frank Goodwine was arrestedon j Wilson who resigned. I engineers Reynolds, Smith
'Weekly to Publicize / David M. Yarborough. Rt. 2. Box205B the Trail Ridge ilmenite mine, has :have vehicle under control causing restaurant. a charge of forfeiting bond.l' Brown who previously was employed and Hills who designed the extension -
- gets the feel of the hand. lived in Bradford County for nine an accident, fined $3740 or 7 Ester Simmons$3,000. concntAblock His bond this time has been set: by Independent Life Insurance !T and lift station.No .
Community boat motor, and, trailer years, moving here from Macclen- Co. is a native of Brad:
Events some residence old Lawte .
by I days. .on :r at_ $250. I time has been set for completion -
given away by the Starke Retail ny. He is tie. aon-ta-law. Of Rachel Battles, disorderly conduct Road. ford County having been torn and of the job which will depend -

,THE- j Merchants Association.; Yar- Starke Chief of Police RileySweat postponed to Aug. .3. Lester Slade, $7500, moving i a Elks Meet August 3 reared in the Lawtey area. He / to some degree, on the
COMMUNITY borough, Qie lucky winner, camein "and fishing; ,ts'--hia: chief Damon Whitaker public intoxication. house into South Gate subd1nsion The 'local-Elks lodge wilt meetS it 32 years old married and tne weather. The work however. must I

OF STARKE Monday to claim his prize and spare time occupation. $2740 or 5 days. and adding: .breeze-way an< Monday night Aug 3 at 8 o'clock. father of two boys be completed before the wideningof
w.as given Ole.keys to .the rig by This boat, motor, and trailer: William N. CUssoa, public Intoxication garage to iU; Dinner win be served at 7, follow wu.on. according to reports, 301 can be done in this section

STATE BANK Inman Green chairman of the 1 will come in mighty handy," says $2740 bond forfeited., Lester_Slade '$10,000.. concretblcck e ed by initiation. AH ,members are will be employed on pipe lIne in, and is progressing at present according -

merchants group.Yarborough I Yarborough, expressing 'his -appreciation Jerry Eugene Ruth reckless residence in South GaL e requested to be present-01ren gtallations in t&. southern part of to inspector, Tfdiara at

a dredge oiler at m a trod grin. driving postponed! to Aoj. S. subdivision. Vanghin.. ExaltedRuler.. the'state. *'- .. abouP 1M.Jett l gee'day. __ I II
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABEE, FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY JO 1959

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..... ...... ..-.- L.'.....'. ... ... Mrs. DonPage will leave by Mrs. E. L. Cox and daughtersand Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and !degrees 30 feet east 884 feet to styled court by Annie B. Anderson
for Bradford County, Florida upon lake, South 20 degrees 30 feet east for the adoption of Milton Fiord ,
100 p'ane' Saturday for a month's Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Moore of Gainesville visited his mother receipt of proof of publication of lee feet. South 87 degrees SO feet and Bevely Floyd minors by the pe-
: visit with her brother-in-law and were visiting in Jacksonville last Mrs. W. N. Johnson, Tuesday of this notice the fictitious name of west 952 feet to rd. northerly 94fetts titioner. Annie B. Anderson and yon
*. 1\VUtC.iosKft Funeral Home under to beg. sec 23 township UK 21 B. are required to' serve a copy of your
week.
last
R. W. -
sister and toe. Thursday-
M-Sgt. I r- which we are engaged la busi- As- the property of the above Answer or Objection to show cause \
Reese and family at Hahn Air Mr and Mrs. J. C. Burnett and Dr. and MrSvH. H. Adams and. ness at Stark.. Ma. named' defendant and that on thei why said petition should not be _/,
.. dry of Sept 1959 Between the granted, on the attorney for petitioner -, I
VW aererttacatieeing
Force Base in Franfcfurt Ger- family test weekat beWltt C. Jones Services Inc.
; family .of Madison were weekend OWners P. 0. Box-871 Starke Fla. legal hours of sale, namely, eleven A. J. Thomas.' Jr., P. O.
many They plan to tour six.countries guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bale.I Pottpano BeMh. Dated this JTth flay of July A. D. o'cltxk: in the forenoon and two Drawtr m Star e. Florida,' and
-." *-iNThc NEWS during Mrs. Page's visit. I Judge and Mrs. T. A.Yawn and Mrs..John Butku of Pine Bush, 1959 at Starfce. Bradford County. o'clock in the afternoon, on said file the original fn the office of the
day, at the east door of the Court Clerk of the Circuit. Court oa orbefore
. Mr. and Mrs. George! Kopelousos :sons recently returned from a ten- N. Y. spent the post two weeks- Florida. ?|304t8,20Cfrmit ; Hvo*? in Bradford County Florida August 31. 1>5>.

a.-. "......-......,... ------------------_._._. ,.... returned Saturday from three anda day vacation in the Smoky Kith her lather i. Fred Leonard. I will offer biddfTfor for sale cash and In sell hand to thehighest the Herein Fail Not or a decree proconfesto
Mrs. W. T. Jackson and children Court, Vftte C.lll1tFlorl.a will be entered against you.
half months' visit friends Mountains of North Carolina and ,
"' : with Hoyt 1L Mann and Evelyn B. above describeproperty as theproperty Witness my hand and the seal of
Mis. Jim Chasteen and children, Lynda Chapman is visiting visiting friends and of said defendant to satisfy -
and relatives in Greece. Tennessee.. were Mann his wife Plaintiff, vs. KeyM. I I Bald court In Starfce, Florida this
- 'and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and children Katherine Bryant in St. Augustinethis relatives in Williston and Tampa Farsent. Defendant. said execution.P. 29 day of July U 9-
'&t week. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lee and Mr. and MrsW.. H. Brinner ofParadi..ce. NOTICE OF SHERRIFS SLEXotire D. Reddish I SEAL)
OFFICIAL
returned Wednesday from Ala the past two weeks. They broughtback that I. P. Sheriff of Bradford County. Fla. (
L. family were vacationing in the and Rev. and Mrs. is hereby given A. DAREY
04 Mrs. Del Colley, Mrs. Myldred with them Sandy and Pat D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford 7:30-It-8,20 CHARLES
.%-. ten days vacation at the Thomas Smoky Mountains last week. Their Shands were visiting Mrs. W.. N. for two weeks :"ounty, Florida under and by vir- As Clerk. of the aid CircuitCourt.
Cuttino and daughter Melody, Johnson of last Loudon of Tampa. hereto In The Circuit Court Of Florida.I.iglth .
in the Scrub. Their hus- sins Johnny and Jimmy are Thursday week. tue of a writ of execution L. Crosby
camp spent the weekend at St. Augu- visiting relatives in Live Oak this Mrs. Robert McIntire arrived visit.Mr. fore issued out of the Circuit Court.] J.dkial In-Bit. !. ABFut .1 By Deputy Marian CUrK.
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bands joined them .on. weekends. stine Beach. and Mrs. L. S. Smith were Union County Florida in the above Bradford. C.aaty.a 1-30 4t Ii 20
week. Tuesday from Fostoria, Ill to., stvled T hare levied upon the rbaarvrr.IVtitmn
cause
Sandra )'in Soperton, Ga. last'week visitingher : of Annie R Anderson for I .. .. .
Mrs. H. L Brownlee. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty and Attending the Methodist Youth spend this week here with Mr. Mc- following property situate, lying J. '
father M. S. Twigg, 96, who and being in Bradford County. the adoption of Milton Floyd and .
Stith. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hadsock camp in Leesburg. this week are: Intire executive director of the Florida to-wit: Beverly Flody, Minors.rn '- -
Chamber of suffered a failMr. Conmenre at Northeast corner ofsec : Jit. or Mot, 22 Snipe street
in Lakeland Wednesday of Lorraine Priest, Becky Dinklns. Commerce. On her
were. and twins of Lakeland, Oa. were and Mrs. J. M. Harrell were Run West C81' to South 1'/w of Schenectady X. Y.
Vicki Struth, Marcia Whittle return home this weekend she win flouthi-rly Yun are hereoy nntifed that a -
last week to help Mrs. Brownlee's friends and relatives in Rd. 2I. westerly and ]; 'I'l petition
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. visiting B. North 87 has been' filed in the above.You
Marsha Haynes Linda Huggins, be accompanied by Mr. McIntire, r/w 1882.1 feet to P. O.
sister, Mrs. T. N. Lunbaugh. celebrate Randal Chitty.Dr. Wilson, N. C. last week. FioriTdaTheatr
WHO will spend two-week
Suzanne Judd. Martha Susan a vacation -
<." her 80to birthday anniver- Mrs. Etta Hoover had as guests
and Mrs. M. C. Stith of Falls Ritch, Bobbie Fay Smith Suzi in the North. '
.. ; Mrs. HildabeLe .Bence and Mrs. ", .
sary Church Va. will arrive Saturdayfor I Broadway. Mary Bollinger, and Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery -"'; >"- ....
'" Extra Bobbins time-Stock of Jacksonville on '
save Nita Dowling
er/a'f 1 i .t4beYad4.W kic.eatse.- '''
Jane Adams. were vacationing the past ten, ,
tip with Singer Bobbins at Den a month's visit with her mo- Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Ro ''It
Replace your old sewing ma- days in the Smoky Mountains and '
mark Furniture.:Co. tf ther, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. bert Chace of Gainesville on Sun never had It: >80f
chine belt with a new Singer Belt visiting Mr. and Mrs. William

from Denmark Furniture Cq. tf Phebus in Mt. Cannel I1L day.Mrs. \
returned !
Frazier Shaw has
Mr and Mrs. Adolph Gay and Mr. and Mr:>. S- M. Simmons of : : powerful
from a month's visit with het
daughter. Geraldine and Betty Richmond, Va. were overnight

Jo Cook spent last.week in ,New !guests Saturday of Mrs. Bertha brother-in-law and sister Mr. .... .. ,. .' .. ._ *
i BEFORE BUYING, ANY HOMES Orleans. Psarce. They all spent Sunday in and ,Mrs.Mich.C. W. Schaffer in Detroit "";,;;.. .T. : *

Mrs. Jewell Miller of Jackson Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rabb. Jr. \ x ?; TA FREE
SATURDAY
ville was a weekend guest of Mr. MrsL.. S. Hutto was called to at c OUR
.. and family spent the weekend ;
and Mrs. P. Fancher.. Columbia, S. C. on Sunday by the SHOWS WILL START
'
Mrs. Grace Pearce and son serious illness of her brother Wes- Daytona Beach. (jjjthe
Mrs. R. S. Muffins and children AGAIN
Check With Vernon, of Plant City were weekend ley Ritter. who died on Wednes- ,
.r guests of Mrs. J. H. Fields. wre visiting her parents, Mr. and SAT, AUG. 8 10:30 P:M.
day.Mr. Mrs. I,. T. Izier, in Ocala rook
Sunday guests of Mrs. Fields were : and Mrs. Dallon Whisler
: All Companies! Friday to Tuesday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robinson and and children of Jacksonville
*
and Mrs. W. P.; Joyce of 1
10 k children of Newton, N. C. Beach Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Math- (
Tallahassee the Stanley Noe-i
Mrs. Katherine Bryant of ews and daughter of Gainesvilleand

Ofcan. N. Y. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davidson of Chest- eels spent the weekend at Day Sat. Aug. 1
: WE WILL FINANCE FOR Beach.
tona
Mrs this week. erton, Ind. of
H. EL Dayton were Sunday guests
Sharon Noegel and Kathleen
1 Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews.

12 YEARS ON BLOCK.HOMES spent the. weekend in Pensacola Mrs. Thomas Peacock and chil- Thomas are attending Camp$ f'E
Weed for two weeks.
on a. business-pleasure trip. Iren of Gainesville were over-
: Rev. John Ryberg of AUanta-
10 YEARS ON FRAME HOMES
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Duncan and night guests Tuesday of their "'t T A
a and Columbia, S. C. is visitingMr. '#1'
son Jim of, West Point. Ga. arrive grandmother: Mrs. Bertha Pearce. : ... s.
MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOW! and Miss '
: and Mrs. E. D.Tenly COmO I
Sunday for week's visit with his Charles Lawson and Bill Morar ..
Raysor this week. I.
Virginia ,
parents Mr and Mrs. K. G. Dune of Camp Stewart and Mrs.' Charts ..c ,
: We will finish your home, or we,wffl;pot ",YOU' Eleetrie, Bath>* Lawson! and Miss Elsie McCall Mrs. Irma Wilburn and Mr. and I II I,

f Set. Marsh Maple Kitchen Sink and,' Overhead 'bhtetaaU Rebecca and, Hjalmar Jane.Mc- nf Lakeland spent the weekend Mrs. Oiin Netherland and familyof
s Louisville, Ga. are visiting Mr. Choose best gasolenefor
Plumbing and put,, up your Sheet Rock; leaving,verylitil0-ilotyou Millan, spent last Tuesday to with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson very
and Mrs. B- L. Moxley! this week.
: .to do. Thursday in Quitinan. Ga..visiting and family. e car
Mt. and Mrs. R. C. Thompsonand your
& their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Singer Sew1n ,Machine Needlesat
daughter, and Mrs. Inez Loveof
Denmark Furniture tf Mai.
TV; Bi Rogers. Co.
WB don't charge for travel N.>down payment. Twos months: Tulsa, Okla: are' guests this
Mr. and.Mrs: Al; Harley return- Mr. and Mrs.:Louis Millard and
before first payment. No red tap*- ..rhigh.'pre8sura-.saleft' >.* ed-to.their.home,in K nglroodW.; Miss Louise. Frederickson of Tula week,I of Mr. and' Mrs: W. B. 100 PLUS for the ultimate in luxury performance?'

men. We will call and explain ever)1hiDrj.tolY; (no,chug. Va_ on, Saturday,.after a- week's : ., Okla. were last Wednesday Thompson, Jr. and family. Over 100 octane plus every worthwile'protective' ......

ti No obligation. You owe it toyourself' to. investigate before visit with their, parents.. Their guests of Mr. and Mrs., Leo Mrs.' E. D.! Tealy will leave today feature.. GlENN I fORD.JACK LEMMON
to attend the Ridgecrest Baptist' I
: buying from anyone. We have:gone.out ot/oat: Way t4lwipy niece, Beverly- Crawford*returned Champion while enroute to Nas- I !
& with, them,for- a.month's visit. Assembly; Ridgecrest; N. C. SUPER 5D a super premium at ordinary premium ...Mtn! Il LOR.8m 1 1 IDlIJr
others and we can help I .
you. sau.Paul for'' the remainder of the wfek .ta tda"" firm INBI KXCO.sown naa
A Mr. and Mrs.R J. Andrews and Knight and Kenneth Grayof price; Perfect for today's high compression automobiles JAI.s tIfIlI.*C01IHM RCTiBI
and will visit Mr. and'Mrs. W. R.
family of i Wesconnett were SUn- Miami spent Saturday night 1 TECIiNICOLOR'r.L.n1

: day visitors.of>Mr. andMrs.: R..O. with Mrs. D. E. Knight while en- Morse at Fancy Gap, Va. next I .1
WRITE FOR ,
FREE FOLDER, week.:; UUBtB Pnnl
i rent
:- ,11IM If MO
Dansby*: rcate home from a month's va- MllEMASTER premium performance, regular price. I low IT raws. mm t* onnm .-Ir

: TONEY HOMES, Inc. TONEYr HOMES.Ioe. Mr. andiMrs-: M. Smith and vation in San Francisco and other Mrs.is spending Foy Morgan several of Dallas days TeXas with- I Stepped up octane, power, and mileage! I mm now moan

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family-of, :Mount Dora.spent.WedytoMGDda7'with points of interest on the West
: P. 0. Box 106 RayD. Forth Mr. and coast. her sister Mrs. Edward Burns.

; Bowling..Green Klyeto>Heighten+ Mrs,.WJ MSmith.. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank Ray Gbldwire was in Miami SILCOX: : >t l
Monday J
and Tuesday attending
Jacksonville 'and
Mendozaof family of Fernandina
MrsCL O.; : were
:. Florida. Phone,4123. the 1960! Motorola showing at the
,was.visiting her mother, Mrs. weekend guests of Mf. and .Mrs.
.. Americana Hotel.
T; J.j Griffin.,oa Saturday M. W. Lance. .
Lt. Col/and Mrs. J. A. Griffin CITIES SERVICE
Ritch will Dr.
Dianne and.,Buster. and Mrs. Robert L Main "

.... return Saturday to their,home, in and children or'Oklahoma .City.Okla. spent the 'weekend* with relativesin
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weeks .- were'last 'Tues Lakeland
Hialeah after: -spending.five 'Friday1'to
.. Mike York'of Miami 705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
is spendingtwo \
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\\ith.Dr.t, and..Mrs.T.: G.,Ritch at day guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Leo .
: Kingstey-Lake andiwith, their Champion. They are spending weeks with his uncle and Plus "Cat Fued" Cartoon.

While! Prices Continue TID'M.tJR grandparents 4n.Starke* They-al- this, week in South Florida and aunt, Mr: and Mrs. F. W. Strick.

so/ visited Mr.. and., Mrs. Frank will stop by the Champions next land.Mr. II Sun., Mon. Aug. 2, 3
Laflin and damily in Lake Butler week enroute home. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and

last.week Mr. and,Mrs. H. G. Howard of family were in Sanford over the

: :Everphem.- Mr andM s.,Harley-Wilson and Miami were overnight guests last weekend visiting Mrs. J. P. r SpoabieTUi;

., .. George.Baisden of, Jacksonvillewere I Tuesday of Mrs. M. H. Lang. Stevens. OFTHEHILLS'

Sunday visitors of Mrs. Effie I I Mr and Mrs. Carl L. Johns and Purchase any model of Singer

.. Johns; Mr. and Mrs. jimmy Rowe and Sewing Machine At'1 Denmark Tat v

'. Mr., and-Mrs.,,C. C. Hoppe..ofJacksonville families were vacationinglast Furniture Co. tf '
;' I Mr. and. Mrs. N. T. Riccardi #f11S0# LESIg tIRSC#
: SLADE PUCES; ,were,visiting Mrs.,0.L i I week Daytona Beach. f3 w roe.nw..n r s.o.
.,
Miami fti re.d e,m.fe e..ea
Beasley and,Airs.;'J., W.r Kin- : Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bennett and were Thursday visitors-of

idOver the,weekend,, !family' of, Clearwater are .guests Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strickland. Plus "Cueball Cat" Cartoon

i' i\' Mr. and.Mrs. Graham.and this week of Mrs. Ruby Johns at Lt. CcL J. A. Griffin spent the

:: ARE COM<<; MM: 'family returned ..Wednesday ,frommonth's Lake Santa Fe. D.first C.of on the business.week in Washington Tues., Wed. Aug. 4, 5

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tour, to California., Mary Ann Dally of Jacksonville
... ; ; :Mr, and, Mrs.. Dan Hazen .of spent Tuesday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and --- IuI

Jacksonvillespent 'last week atpOwea Lois Kaufmann.Mrs. son of Atlanta and Mrs. W. I> SLEEK

-', t > .'- \ th Griffin cottage on Fred Leonhard returned Edwards of Jacksonville were I, T

3 ua a r"'> Kingsley Lake. MTA and.Mrs T. Monday from two weeks visit Monday evening guests of Mr: and f' d1 I1 EI
Mrs;'Drew--Reddish.: S' '
: C. ests"on t
Hazen.Jr.
[ were their g with friends and relatives in
t Saturday. Mr.:and "Mrs.. W. 'G. H Ue. Jr; -.-.- ,
Quincy,. Ill. 1tt1ll .
c and.-tiaughters'' of'Miami' will arrive ;

Saturday for two weeks vacation t. .
1 -
: at;the Townsend cottage on .

.owl\ / l Kingsley Lake. They'will also visit -r s. 4it. 4t

Mrs. Haile, Sr.' in Starke. I
.
i Mr. and Mrs. W. Royster, Jr. : .... 1 _
._- and family and .Mrs.' W.' H. Ed \ carry. .' 1
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nards of Jacksonville ,
Your were visiting -. ___
COLD WEATHER. COMING ? uo Mr.. and Mrs. Drew Reddish on -.4IIIII/IA I It '

'" Sunday. .. ....... -
5A Y HUM! Marjorie Ellen and Freddie ... Start Attattlyial .( eo ,,--. .-......,-.,....-.f

HeatingReq4lirements ., Thomson and Mary Stuart ntaNa. gnr,iYt4a.po.tebliIJe I

A 'f GET WINTERIZED gw Simpson of Monticello are visitingMr. wa.pu.a 7 radra. r+avo a. $17995RCA. i

.* and Mrs.. F. F.-Stump. Ptas "How To Keep.I"
NG 17'Wh Portable TV 5
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,LET WINTER. .COME Mr; and' Mrs. Thurman Hath- i.wag taopsa1 1S6 ilk L 4 Cartoon.

n' iway.mId family of Macon, Gal

and Mr and Mrs. R."W. Glasgow Thurs, Fri Aug. 6,:7ITSCOMINQ i

4 .' and'family'of ormond Beach were VICTOR T ..
FROM .
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

i Calvin Johns. beamed bt
t. ..wrtrapiet'sett s 4
Slade Gas f Mr: and Mr?. A. J. Thomas and ANDITSASCORCHER
flNO' oo
ec
Sto a
ion. Delano, Mr and Mrs. Joe > II!!

toi Wood and R v. J. H. Mabry Jr.

e 't t rrffl-V&H attended the funeral of 'Mf.

f, AT THE Thoma' brother, Percy L Thomas, 1. ", YritEiiili ,

hi.Jacksonville .Monday.

I j Mr. and' Mrs' H. G. Davis Jn

CheapestPrice and children of Gainesville were

: MONEY DOWNt visiting Mrs. Lucile Davis on Sat-

urday. Mr.Davis, an Instructor Inthe

..__ t U of F School of Journalism. 9

... r ': is writing for the Atlanta Ga.
1hw11o11'
*, Constitution this summer and
MAteg. ebotd AID. ..
bDt. .Area .Neal tote IaI Ever' comes home on weekends.

1.olsbutt!(0. is ad. let a...' *. Add ,Rooms 'Carport Mr. and;Mrs. T.: C.'Booth and %Ii

JCMtat'! '" daughters of Gainesville visited CONUfl1ONs

friends and relatives here as they BIIUIftD

Both RoomINCLUDING were returning home after attending FIR MOk1d.
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Don' .FaU. To! Take of This I the funeral of Percy L. Thomas -
Advantage
( ,SEPTIC TANK-AND FIX.. as Jacksonville ,on Monday I ,,

W :' TURES) Mrs. Booth is the former Alma ANIf TVt SERVleEt'' I:

Opportunity g *. Time, ,To Re-roof Murrhee. Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle rE '

Thomas of Okcecbobee also visited 't

t here on their war to Jacksonville :AD Work.Guaranteed Free Estimates


Hade GasCo4 : s STARKE{ BUILDERS for:Mr.the and funeral.Mts.-H.were services.sunday-Wayne HfflofGaineurffie nests; Fully:All Equipped Makes and- ModelsSHEPHERD'S Dependable 'liIbn a 1b! da


of Mr. Hill's parents. Mr. and Mrs 2ff hu",.. !

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BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA .
THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1359 _- -

Ii.L. ,Miscellaneous Shower Presbyterians Plan Sonny Loudon Has Miss Frances Landrum

Held For Bride-Elect Informal ReceptionFor 4th Birthday Party Holds Slumber PartyMiss


4v 'Miss Agnes LawsonMiss New MinisterA Mrs. A. G. Loudon of Saratoga Frances Landrum was.

Y Heights entertained at a birthday hostess to 16 girl friends at a
I basket dinner to fee held on
Agnes Lawson brideelectof cnurcn party last Saturday afternoon for slumber party last Friday evening
August 6, was the inspirationfor the First Presbyterian \friH her son. Soony who was cele- at the Williams' cottage on

p a lovely miscellaneous shower grounds Sunday, August 2. brating his fourth anniversary.The Kingsley Lak?. 04
be an informal reception for the
GUdya Mooty given by a group of friends Thurs- Van 20 youngsters enjoyed :Mrs.! Merritt Williams was assisted -
} Rev.
.- -'" ......... '11'- _...... "._._ .. day night of last week at the new minister. Barry games in the yard and carport in serving refreshments and
--- Devanter and Mrs. Van Devanter.Installation
home of Mrs. S. E- sparkS.Guests ,
and ordination will which was decorated with scal- chaperoning the party by Mrs.
Three Women Attend
at the door I
were greeted
be held at the morning service forMr. loped green and white crepe paper Lucile Davis.
Home DemonstrationState by Mrs. Sparks and were presented Van Devanter. Members of streamers. Hanging from the car-
... by Mrs. L. A Canova to the of balloons -
the church and friends are invitedto port ceiling were clusters New River WMU To
MeetingMiss honoree and her mother. Mrs. H. the
"" the service and dinner, which which were given to
at A. Lawson. After viewing the gifts. Meet At BaylessThe
will be served indoors if the weather children later as favors.
''ei ., Enza Blanchard of Lawtey, ." displayed in the Florida room.
Ii
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is inclement.
Mrs. J. W. Harden of the State '", .'. guests were Invited to the dining Circle Two WSCSCircle New River Associational

Farm. and Miss Dorothy Ross, '. ; ..'l.t, -,:.. room for refreshments. Pouring WMU. will meet at Bayless High-
home demonstration agent attended ,.*.' Heilbronn
< punch during the party hours, Baptists 2 of the First Methodist way Baptist Church at 10 a. m.
the State Home Demon- "!> :- : 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock were Miss Plan Revival MeetingA WSCS will meet Monday, Aug. 3. Friday July 31. A covered dish
stration Council in Gainesville jy
Meeting
Joan Furlong and Mrs. Max Fur- at
at 3:30 p. m. in Fellowship Hall. luncheon will be served noon.
last week. Classes in homemaking -
., long of Gainesville. revival will begin at Heil- Hostesses will be Mrs. Nelle An-
workshops, and ...
subjects
recreation activities filled the '. .41.. Assisting in entertaining the ..bronn Baptist Church August 2. \ re\\"s. Mrs. T. J. Grlffis. and Miss Birthday Party For
guests were Mrs. Riley Wasdin and continue through Saturday, Annie Darby.
busy week. ; ., Mrs. Coy Stephenson, Mrs. V. i August 8The evangelist will be Bobby Barksdale, 8
Miss Starke singer -
Sylvia Paulk
V. Hazen, and Mrs. Freeman .ftev. Theo G. of Alabama Beta Phi
Sapp
was heard in several folk songs'at Mr. and Mrs. Carrell L. Atkinson Register Jr. who will bring the nightly mes- Sigma Bobby Barkddale celebrated his
the -Florida Night" variety
pro Celebrate Others The Beta Phi is eighth birthday anniversary Monday -
gram, a highlight of the week. 34th Wedding AnniversaryPictured assisting in serving were sages. Sifma sorority
Mrs. Leola Roberts. Mrs. T. C. Song service under the direction having a summer social: combined! afternoon with a theatre

To above are Mr. and Mrs., Cause, all of Bainbridge Ga.. Mr. Hazen Jr., Mrs. A. J. Thomas, of Chorister Russell Redding with a stork shower for Mrs Glen i party for five boy friends-

Singing Convention Carrell L. Atkinson of Brooker, and Mrs. W. C. Atkinson Sr., and Mrs. Edna Hutchinson Mrs. Dave begins at 7:30 and preaching at Conner on Monday evening, Aug. Mrs. Barksdale served the boys

Meet At Dedan BaptistThe who celebrated their 34th wedding Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Atkinson Jr., Paulk Mrs. C. J. Oakes, Mrs. N- 8 pm. Everyone is invited and 3, at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. birthday cake and refreshments.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adorn Sr. S. Dankel and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon. will be welcomed. Ned Yancey. before the matinee.
Miss Ola Mae Phillips anniversary on Sunday July 19.
Bradford-Union singing all of Donaldsonville,. Ga., Mr. The Sparks home was lovely .
Tells Of Engagement convention will meet Sunday afternoon Mrs. Atkinson is the former Min- and' Mrs. L. M. Atkinson Mrs. for the occasion with artistic arrangements -

Aug. 2. at 2:30: at Dedan nie Hodges daughter of the late Sarah Adorn and son, Mr. and I of mixed garden flowers -

1M. and Mrs. Owen' J. Phillips Baptist Church near Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodges of New Mrs. Roy Odom and daughters I placed at vantage points of .

of Lawtey announce the engage- Everyone interested in gospel River and Mrs. Alene Wilson and children interest throughout the party NEW HOMES
singing; is urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson have all of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. rooms. The mantle in the living
Ola Mae.
ment of their daughter. two daughters. Mrs. Joyce Castlenof Casey Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. J. mom held a lovely arrangement of

to Aubrey William Gaskins, son Circle One WSCSCircle Brooker, and Mrs. Ilean Lewisof B. Russ and family, LivingstonRuss pink carnations '"and' gladioli at .

oi i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins. Starke. and seven grandchildren Mr. and Mrs." Wilson Russ one end. balanced by lighted pink

The bride-elect is a graduate of 1 of the Methodist WSCS all of whom were present to and family, Raymond Riddle all candles in crystal candelabra atthe

Bradford High School, Class of will meet Tuesday morning at 10 help them enjoy the day. of Apopka, Mrs. Shellie Moorer, other end.

1959. Mr. Gaskins also graduatedfrom o'clock in Fellowship Hall with This occasion also marked the Mrs. Mary Joyce Arrago and Mrs. The diningroom table was cov- AND LOTS "
the annual Atkinson family reunion. Edna Powell of :Miami, Mr. and ered with white linen and "
BUS and is employed by Mrs. E. D. Olmsted. Mrs. C. L. a lovely
State Road Department.The Scholl, and Mrs. Alice Anderson Others present during the day Mrs. D. sibley of Theressa, Mr. lace cloth and centered with an ,

marriage will take place :as hostesses. were Reed Lewis Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R. Atkinson and Don arrangement of gladioli, carna-
K. E. Russ and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow of Columbus Ga., Mr.
tions and mums balanced by crystal
29 in the First Baptist
August Circle 2 will meet Tuesday after-
Charles C. Johns, of Starke Mr. and :Mrs. Johnny Atkinson and candelabra with "
burning pink
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Church. Lawtey.No noon at 3 o'clock at the home of ::
and Mrs. Will Rogers and children sons of Pavo, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.C. tapers. Crystal trays held pink :
invitations being sent Mrs.'T. J. Griffin with Miss Annie
:: are
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Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Tetstoneand H. Youngblood of Williston M. iced cakes and a crystal punchbowl FOR SALE
but all friends and relatives are Darby and Mrs. Nell Andrews as
daughters Ernest Russ of Sgt. and. Mrs. Horace Atkinsonand The buffet held an arrange-
invited. to attend. co-hostesses. Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. daughter Mrs. James E. Atkinson ment of sweetheart roses and carnations I

Atkinson and son. Miss Mary Ann and Thomas Gene Cann of in a milk glass compote.The ..

.. I Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Atkinson Beaufort, S- C., and Mrs. Frank hostess presented the hon

J i ANNOUNCING THE INSTALLATION and family, and Jimmy Bolls and sons of'Trenton. oree with a large silver tray as a IN

memento of the occasion.

OF A Miss Sandra Johns Lingerie Shower For 150 guests were invited to call

Feted At Two PartiesMiss Miss Ferrel ThomasMrs. during the appointed hours.

STEAM CLEANER PARKWOOD ESTATES:
Mrs. A. L
Sandra Johns popular S. D. Goodman and Mrs. Crosby, Jr.

', bride-elect, has been the inspiration Edgar Dukes entertained at a Coke Party For
Has
;For a First Class Job of Cleaning; Motor and Under Car- for two lovely parties in the lovely lingerie shower last Friday .

'=rigae of Cars and Trucks.. Removes all Dirt, Grease, past week. ,afternoon at the Goodman home Mrs. E. A. JonesMrs. Pratt Westmoreland and Jefferson Streets

>.and Carburetor Varnish. Non injurious to Paint. It The E. L. Matthews' Kingsley 515 Alton road honoring Miss ,

Lake home the setting for Petrel Thomas, whose marriageto Albert Lee Crosby Jr. entertained .
'fhas been proven that a clean motor runs about 20 degrees was a Starke Florida
"coffee" party Thursday morningof Tom Reames will be an event of at a delightful Coca- ,
cooler than a dirty one. Let us clean yours in
last week for Miss Johns, given August 7. Cola party last Friday morningat

<:.less than an hour's time. by Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. K. G.I Pink and white gladioli were her home, 932 W. Butler road '
.
I honoring her sister-in-law, Mrs.E. .
\. A Duncan. used to advantage in decoratingthe :
A. Jones of Compton. Calif., PHONE WO 4.2111 -. um. : .; .
; B & G TRUCK STOPONE The coffee table was attractivewith home for the occasion with I friends and .. ., < : ) :
who had been visiting .
a brown linen cloth and centered an arrangement of the same blossoms .'.
the three -
relatives here past
with a milk glass compote centering the pink lace cov- OR WO 4-8681 .
:MILE SOUTH ON U. S. 301 filled with fruit and greenery. ered refreshment table. Coca-Colas weeks
Mrs. Crosby used white BlUes
Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville were served along with nuts,
and red gladioli in'decorating forth
poured the iced coffee and assist- mints and cake squares. '
in? in serving were Miss Anne Appropriate games were played occasion. The refreshment
table was overlaid with, a white
Matthews and:: Miss Jane Guy. and prizes were awarded to
lace cloth and held ,a, Camark
Edwards Mrs. Cran-
As the guests arived they were i Mrs .Curtis ,
COMING SOON I greeted at the door by Miss Madge I I:ford Warren and Mrs. Ovid fruit holders bowl with centerpiece.Mrs. matching. candle _
as a
'
t Middleton and presented to the Thomas. Joe and Mrs. Myrtice fiuiest"
.P receiving line composed of the i The hostesses were assisted by Nichols assisted Gray Mrs Crosby in This" is vthe

her mother Mrs. Carl'' MiSS Olivia Goodman. and Miss
honoree, Coca-Colas and snacks
; Econ -O- WashCOIN Johns, and Mrs. Duncan. Charlotte. HowelL serving during the party hours. Air .
The hostesses presented Miss Invited to call between the party Conditioner
hour, '2:30: to 5 o'clock, were 40 Invited to call during the appointed -
Johns with casserole dish as a
a
guests. hour 9:30 to 10:30 o'clock p,...wn
memento of the occasion.
were 15 guests! '

OPERATED LAUNDRY i Mrs. Crosby presented the hon- ever featured by
Eleven Girls Attend
Mrs. H. M. Richarde of the oree with a personal gift,as a me-

State Farm and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck Methodist CampEleven mento of the occasion.;
HI of Jacksonville entertained at

1i111li t a lovely luncheon Saturday for girls from the First Junior Women Plan GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER
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Miss Johns in the Pecan Room of Methodist Church left Monday

the Garden Restaurant.The rrorning for Leesburg where they Luncheon, Card PartyThe

TO BE LOCATED luncheon arrangement table held of an yellow attractive 'are Youth attending Camp. Included the Methodist in the Junior Woman's Club will (or any other store anywhere)

and white gladioli and the bridal group are Suzanne Judd, Bobby have a luncheon, and card partyin i ir'

NEXT DOOR TO place cards further carried out Fae Smith, Martha Susan Ritch the Pecan Room of the Garden

the yellow and white color motif. Becky Dinkins, June. Adams, Vicky Restaurant on Thursday Aug. 6, .I.

Marking the place of the honoreewas I. Struth, Marcia Haynes Mary Bol- at 12 o'clock noon. 'PI I,

INN% DIXIE STOREIN a piece of her chosen silver linger. Marcia Whittle Suzy Members and guests are invitedto -- I

oattern as a memento of the occasion Broadway, and Linda Huggins. attend. Reservations may be r =3=: It Ij
made with members of thesocial -T'i't TS "L t
from her hostesses. They were joined by Lorraine any -- I
STARKE Among the 12 guests was Mrs. Priest of the Lawtey Methodist committee by Tuesday. -r' !n '.

Carl Johns mother of the bride- Church.
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to-be. Those from outoftownwere Mrs. Frank Broadway and Mrs. Mrs. W. N. Johnson 4 _

Mrs. Frank Walrath of Key- O. 1,. Haynes Jr. carried the girlsto 'Hosts y--
MeetingAn
st'tne Heights Misses Mary Ann camp. The group will return Prayer

Canto, and Joan and Joyce Scholl home Saturday.
old-time prayer and testimony !- .,
of Gainesville: and Mrs. Charles
last Fri-
Sawyer of Charlotte, N. C. Stork Shower Held day afternoon meeting at was the held home of Mrs. d. .

For Mrs. Harris W. N.> Johnson, .741 E. Laura St. MODEL 913C-3/5' .
Beards Are Hosts *, Mrs. T."J. Beale led the devotionalafter 1 l-HP

FpRLtr For LLL PartyThe Mrs. Bernice Tetstone and Mrs which an interesting discus- "

N. D. Thomas entertained with a sion 'was held. 'The group will *- atfrEDDERS'CUS'rO"M.
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LLL class of the First Bap- rtork shower Friday'night In honor meet again this'Friday afternoonwith

tist Church held its annual class of Mrs. Marklee Harris of Lake the devotional topic to be '

0 0r picnic Tuesday evening at the Butler. The party was held at the "You can't fight God."

home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B- Beardon Bayless Highway home of Mrs. .
Mrs. W. R. Miller visited her /
Kingsley Lake. Thomas and Mrs. Harris received ; '
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daughter, Marcia last week in f
The class members, their husbands many lovely gifts. Game prizes Clearwater. Marcia is employed naslmore: built-in cooling power
and friends enjoyed swim- were awarded to Mrs. Susie Clark vlharil'any
there ,for the and next .
summer
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.... and picnic on the Mrs. Thelma Harris. and Mrs.
ming a supper '
\ f second other-l-HP
ftll will at
enter her
\ year pin
con i ioner
dock. Thomas. : .. .
Andrew ..
College Cuthbert Ga. .
fWousfy Ownedjby'a ,.
I Itrong:'language..but ,completely

!. Tfcr Orrmit f.art 'Of FtorM justified.*** .* as much cooling. An exclusive.Volumt .!

Little Old dy \ ..... Kjtbh Fir; Bia4f J.dlrUI.r4 C..atr Circuit IB a..Pn7 IB AB. "The most t powerful l-HP twin 'cylindercompressor ,Control muffles even the sound of cool,1 .

: ,1 If you. want XO. 1Z-7C1 available delivers far more, ,circulating air. So youTI enjoy the most "
ETUabKh P. Chlsholm, Plaintiff
--.-- .basic cooling capacity than the single-: ,restful most.reluin"summer..comfolt:
that old who nevet vs. William T. ChUholm. Defendant
Surprisingly little lady
gentle
topnotch service NOTICE TO APPEAR cylinder compressors used in many air4 possible. 7 .. : '
drove over 30 miles an hour was really tough on her acar's i --- The State Of Florida To: '' (eNEMA Suil Clt'l'ltH
William T. Chinholm whose residfnr [conditioners. Four-row evaporator and r
motor. The fact is that start-and-stop driving for your lnsuronc$. and post'fifce-addresi is unknown KOOdeosericoils\ capture-and deliver | .1
at low speeds means the motor doesn't warmup Vnore FEDDERS .
of this .
You are 'hereby 'notified that a cooling power for your enjoyment | e
enough for its own good.Sludge forms in.the moto I dollar* -e! Complaint has been- filed against _13,000 BTlTs* of_cooling to PRICES;' '' 199.95 .
'V In the above named Court .
I 1 you .f
oil. Damage to the engine will result. __ .
a '" T"herein the Plaintiff seeks a divoro -
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i Most of us do a lot of startanddriving these As our policyholder; you can b''efficient answer*. Ton or are other repaired defenses.to ,file if your any .:'t; i ,START AT ;,

days,and that's why it's wise to protect with Pt ilk service in any emergency. >1ft r?'" 'n the '-offkw of the Clerk of the Cir- 'f
in a cold ", -nit Court ia And or'Bradford Coua- -4 .. r
(166 Trop-Artie Motor OiL It flows quickly 1 7. auto accident. WlutevQ' vast goMafc etfj !.T. Florida, on or before the 28 dayf :: ___. .:\
engine.. .resists sludge formation..* > Avffnat?,1!3!. and at. the same AR A'w #
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time serve a copy of the same upon s ,,:
then keeps on protecting your motor on f "e're sure we can help.f Carey Goddard.- 18 N. W. First '1&"f.i'C- ;.or, _..o-'A' ,1I.al", -.
Street. Gainesville Florida. Attorney -: .
long, hot drives. '- --.-' J .
for the Plaintiff. Cpon failure to
f Trop-Artie is an all semon ofl. Get}' { do *o. a Decree Pro Confesao will

It from your Phillips 66 Dealet.'A .-. 6.6 Harold C. Wall Agency tve Witness entered my against hand you.and otnlblwal :

trademark I :..1 at Starke Florida. this day of July.1S .
; !. Goldwire Servicenter
200 E. Call Street Dial WO ,4.4801 (SEAL) I
JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY J; Charles A. Darby ,
\ Clerk of tile Circuit Court .
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAXVILLE guest preacher there. .Mia.Carol&SnuW -Jacksonville them while the twins. Georgic and
editorial Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kilgoreand field.Mr.. and Mrs. Calvin Manningand visited Sunday afternocta with :Mr. Charles have their tonsils re- GOT AEm7SUMMER
and Mrs. Harry Padgett and fam moved.
: family are expected to arrive family of Middleburg visited
home Friday from Finland Sunday with Mr. and Mrs- J-. W. ily.Mr. Doss Higginbotham returned to COLD
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Ar! Force base in Minnesota and Mrs. Jacksonville Monday for
By Mrs. C. B. Nolai Mann and family. Harry Padgett a visitto
Possibility Of Floods where Mr. Kilgore has been stationed Mrs. Sylvia Tudors and son, visited Mr. and Mrs. End Mosleyin the doctor. He will enter the -
; ...AAAAa.a..uu. ....u1 for the past year. Mrs. Randy of Jacksonville visited Middleburg Sunday morning. Duval Medical Center around AKE'
: With around 50 inches of rainfall recorded dur- P2d .U-IIani& Kilgore and the children expectto Sunday with Mrs. Hattie Nolan Carole Smith of Jacksonville August 15 for surgery. roc' -
ing' the first six months of 1959 lakes streams remain here while Mr. Kilgoreis lake to visit weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robinsonand
: A wedding of interest to a wide and they drove to the was a guest Miss sunptomafie> .
.. and ponds throughout most of Florida are full circle of friends; was that of Miss on overseas duty. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Edith Harris. daughter Darlene left forth ,6 6 6
: to capacity. The State Water Resources depart- Bonnie Louise Harris daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw family. Rev. W. O. Mathis of Jacksonville after ir home in Baltimore. Md. and RELIEF R
enioyed last weekend with< Mrs.Bradshaw's returned dinner a visit here with Mr. and
Randolph Crosby has was Sunday guest of
ment has warned that conditions are ripe in the Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris of M-s. t
parents Mr. and Mrs. home from Jacksonville hospital Mr and Mrs- Bud Harris. Doss Higginbotham and fam-
= state for possible floods later this and Maxville to Buddy Joe Padgett a ..
year urges D. Parrish and family at Kings- Miss
where he underwent surgery. Shirley Higginbotham .
son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Padgettof ily.Charlie ;>' ; .
: immediate planning to cope with higher water, Maxville. The wedding ley Lake. Mrs. Belle Giddens returned spent several days last week with Rawls killed a rattlesnake ,.... .'.--0,.-;.t.- : ;:-

: if and when it comes. solemnized Saturday. June 27 was in MrsFannie Griffis visited Sunday Sunday to her home in Auburn- Patty Parrish at Kingsley Lake. at his back door here Sun-
With everything already full to the brim, the the Baptist parsonage in Black- afternoon with her sister-in- daie after an extended visit with Miss Shirley Higginbotham is div. It had 4 rattles on it.
: approach of the so-called "hurricane season" gives shear. Ga. Mrs. Padgett graduated J Cotton
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Boyd ofKentucky B. Griffis and daughter. brth: ?r-in-law and sister Mr. Rats /
and Mrs. D. and ,
No
cause for serious concern. Hurricane Debra, -vith the class of 1959 of Baldwin and Mrs. Dan Richardson Mrs. Pants. :Xo Shirts. Must Be ;
which hit Texas last week, brought 10 to 15 High School. Mr. Padgett attended Kaien- George Johnson and familyin Clean. Bradford County Tele-
of Jacksonville dinner
were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett andVMMMMi Jacksonville( and will be with
schools in .
Middleburg and Law- tra ph.if
inches of rain to and the thing
some areas, same guests of Mr. and Mrs- Kyle Can-
has happened before in Florida. It is easy to tey and is presently: employed by non and daughter Ginger, Mon- I t '
City of Jacksonville. The .F ;
imagine the disaster that another 15 inches of young I
couple are at home to their day.Mr.
rain would bring to this county if it fell within fiiends at 3304 Thomas St. in and Mrs. J. David Padgett OR'1'i

the space of 24 or 48 hours, as can happen in a Jacksonville. They are buying visited in Middleburg Sunday with
brush with a hurricane. their home. Mr and Mrs. Bud Mosley.H. .

Florida has been to hur- Mr. and Mrs Oscar Wilkinsonand E. Griffis Doris Strickland :
lucky enough
escape children went to Mrs. MyrtlePrt'ston's :Mary Lee Wilkes: and CarolynStrickland ; QN4
ricane damage for almost a decade, but there are visited in Jacksonville *;
home Sunday where f
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some weather-wise forecasters who predict thatit they enjoyed a birthday party for ]lust Monday and were dinner
is about time for another big blow to head this Jimmy and Harriett Deese. guests of Mrs. Guy Frigo. s !o Qf@ 0r

way and if and when this happens, we are sure Wayne Coody of Baldwin spent Mrs. Junior Goolsby and son. *I"r-f /
to get several inches of rain as a result. last weekend with Alvin Padgett. Harold visited in Maxville Mon
with Mr Leslie Sweat and
Mr. and M. Doss Higginboth- day *
Several weeks ago a movement was started to
am and family, Mr. and Mrs. family.
have Alligator Creek cleared and widened to take George Johnson and family and Mr- and Mrs. Ray Harris visited

water off faster from Starke and dump it into the Mr and Mrs. McGee and family here Saturday with Mr. and Mrs- r.. LOANS
Sampson-Rowell basin area. A well was dugin ot Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mired Harris. We are glad that

Sampson Lake several years ago to siphon off Bob Robinson and daughter, Darlene Mrs. Harris' uncle Dawson Pad- -
this excess water and keep it from flooding the ] of Baltimore, Md. enjoyed a get: has returned home from the
fishing trip down to Lake Loch- Green Cove hospital
surrounding area.
loosa last Friday. While there Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffis of UP/TO
Although we have not heard'of any definite they enjoyed a fish fry and also Lake Butler visited; Mrs. Sarah .

progress on the drainage project, we presume caught enough fish to bring home Jane Griffis Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
that those in charge are still working toward with them. and Mrs. Joe Padgett of r
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that end.Ve realize that these matters take Mr. and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon Jacksonville spent last weekend 00. I $

time, but in view of the Water Resources depart- and sons, Earl and Ronnie and with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris No, !it Isn't! You can send that deposa $600
nephew Mike Cannon enjoyed the and daughter, Edith.
ment warning, and the fact that the. hurricane
baseball game in Jacksonville We regret that Nathan Cannon by mail-any hour of the
is already here, it that day or night. ,
season appears every-
Sunday between the Jacksonville bruised his leg badly when he fell
thing possible should be done to expedite the Braves and Savannah.We on a friend's porch last week and Why not use this convenient service?. *
work. are very sorry to learn that under a doctor's care.

little Gary Higginbotham. son of Robert Bales of South America Ask or write for some of our banking "Folks Find Us
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbothamstuck visited Mr. and Mrs. John North I
Fifty Years Of ProfitFifty a nail completely: through and family Tuesday afternoon. by-mail forms that save your time.FL0RIQA. Friendly"
his foot last Monday while play- Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson, Mrs. C.
years of strawberry growing without ing in the yard and had to be E. Wilkinson. ,Sr. and Miss Nan
loss on a single crop is the remarkable record of nu-hed to a Starke doctor. McPherson made a birthday cake LOCAL
0. C. Cason successful Bradford County grower Mrs. Fannie Griffis had as her and homemade icecream last FINANCE

who is living proof of the old adage that success Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Thursday: in honor of Oscar Wil-
i is one cent inspiration and 99 cent Mrs. Henry Griffis and family kinson's birthday.Mrs. .
per per per- Mr.and Mrs. Guy Frigo and fam- COMPANY
Shirley Robertson and
Aspiration. ily of Jacksonville and Mr. and
daughter: Marcia of Live Oak are
Mr. Cason's experience with strawberries is Mrs. Millard Strickland and fam- I
visiting for several days with Mrs.
particularly significant this! time when there ilyMLss Dorothy Waters and family. 116 N. Walnut Street

seems to be a revival of interest in the traditional Harriett Stanley of St. Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and ((2 Doors From Post Office)
Augustine has been visiting with :
Bradford County "money-maker" that has Misses Alene and Helen Sweat. c'.iushters. :Mr. and 'Mrs. George : BANK AT STARKEOne PHONES
brought growers ready cash in the spring sinceit Bud Harris Joe Lucas and Ed Johnson and family and Mr. and WO
Mrs. McGee and family of Jack- 4.0101 and WO 4.0111
was first introduced in the county on an ex- Wilkinson went into Jacksonville nf 28
. sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurant
Corp.
perimental basis about 80 years ago. Monday to see about the Max"illephyground Robinson and daughter, Darleneof Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mgr.

During World War II berry-growing in Brad- and received some Baltimore Md. enjoyed a swim -- .' --
very encouraging comments aboutit. I
ford County suffered a decline due to the fact Surely hope it can be completedsoon and picnic outing at Kingsley -- -
that many farmers accepted .employment at so our young people will havea B>ach last Sunday. --
nearby military installations and could not denote place to play. Baseball Game Won -
enough hours to the time-consuming job of We are glad that little Earl Maxville Braves played the I111 I111A
Cannon was able to return home Baldwin Indians in Maxville last
farming. Acreage declined from a pre-war 1,100
Friday from the Baptist Hospital Thursday and beat them with a NEW CAR OF YOUR CHOICE I
or 1,200 to a slim two or three hundred or
where he had been a patient for score: : of 8 to 7. They will play
even less. several days. Baldwin again this Thursday and
Once out of the habit, it has been hard to get Sorry to learn that Bubby on Friday will play Whitehouse.
the strawberry deal built back up to its former Waters son of Mrs. Dorothy Monday morning of next week
"pre-eminence. However the disastrous experience Waters had to undergo surgery at they will play in the tournament. Ford Chevrolet Plymouth
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of Bradford growers in the season just Duval Medical. Center in Jacksonville They will play Marietta in White- -- ill illI
Monday.Mr. house. Good luck boys. The gameis [ ,
closed is apt to do more to revive interest in the and Mrs.
Henry Padgett scheduled for 9 a. m. The line- ,
'old stand-by, strawberries, than anything that
and daughter. Bonnie and Miss up last Thursday was as follows:
has happened in recent years. Due to excessive Carolyn Norman visited in Jack- Ricky Harris, 1st' base; Eugene I I
'rainfall almost::; 50 inches during the crop-grow- so ivillelast Saturday afternoon Watson: left field; Bobby'Nolan
ing season growers failed to make money on with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett. pitcher; Sidney Higdon, short S And After
a single crop} with one notable exception There was a fine crowd of people stop: Bobby Harris catcher; Bub- DOWN
at. both services at the Lavern Normal
'stawberries. Max- by Waters 3rd base;
ville Baptist Church Sunday. Rev Hires 2nd base; Leland Watson I 5 I
Once again strawberries proved that they can Curtis Harris Down Payment
of Belmore was a center field; Daniel Harris, rightVACATION r II
stand wet seasons that cause other crops to rot I II

in the fields. In spite of the fact that the first 1

'(and best) crop of berries was lost due to rains, I

the strawberry plants came back with other yields I fI

that put money in the pockets of the growers I
that'were lucky enough to have them.

L From all reports, more growers plan to havea ,BIBLE SCHOOL $
3
crop of berries next :year if plants are avail 72 YEAR GUARANTEE k

able. This is good news, indeed, for in recent

years acreage has been so light that there weren't
enough berries to attract and Hold buyers at the BOATDRAIN BAPTIST I PER

J local ,market. With a larger volume of berries WEEK ON 400 !II
amore buyers will be able .to stay on the market, CHURCH PARTS

competition will be keener, and prices should be

even better with competitive situation.So i

let's hope :Mr. Cason has lots of company in I

his 50 berry-growing years proves next beyond season.doubt that His berries experienceof are Starting August 3 Thru August 14 : ._ AT NO ,COST TO CUSTOMER' II

the best bet for Bradford. .. -

NIGHT. CLASSES .. 7:00 P.M. I: I II,
Watch Your MailboxThe I. I II,


vicious, cowardly and extensive attack on I I II
The First Time In The History ,
innocent American children through the U. S. I!

Postoffice mails continues Department, despite to the curb efforts the growing of the U.traf-S. of The. New River Association. I STANLEY NOEGF 'Ss AUTOSALES II .

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fic in pornography. i ,

This $500 million a year "business" mas- ADULT! BIBLE SCHOOLCLASSES I'I'I '

querades behind a facade of innocentappearingads I _
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offering model airplanes and other gimmicksfor I .t I'
a dime or a quarter. A childish response to ''I '

this lure brings, in addition to the model, un- ADULT TEACHERS I .- I
ordered lewd material, as well as circulars soliciting h

the sale of even more objectionable pictures, 11 r
slides, films, and related filth. Rev. Marvin Stedham: and Rev. L. D.,' Hainea. .
ALSO JlAVE II
Due to laws governing the opening, of sealed ALSO I.
mail, these criminal operators are safe unless I .
and unti\ the person receiving it makes a com- .Two College .Trained Teachers To Teach Pi

plaint.cannot be Thus curbed, this until menace every to citizen'our: young makes people it his Other Classes15m. ''Ii I 5 Acres Good Used Cars L

business to know what mail is being delivered into i Iii

his mail box, and turns all obscene'material over 2 2:15 -Study to shew thyself approved unto _
to t je local postmaster. Only concerted public I .
God, a workman that needeth ool be ashamed. Rightly '
action this evil
can stop _
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dividing the word of truth."
THE. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH II r. I
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FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY SEWSrCBLISHED WELCOME : ALL CHURCHES LOW BANK j ;L .*4 No Finance Charge I 4I! !,

PAPEB COXTUC9C8LY
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I .t Y '. H. T. Bennett on Sunday July I afternoon. Dobbs:! and children irr.JacfcsoQTtuSir. *. Ind mughtlfh live in El Paso, WOODS FIRESAn woods fires were reported. Total If'S.'.. :Total acres ttr-.ed sine Jan.

in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Cnitty of and Mrt.Dair Sta.rlihgspent Texas. They attended Bull Fights number of fires since Jan. 1, 29. 18 4.6. Total acres Aimed sane

YLAWTEY% on tables under the large pecan Bonifay arrived Friday for a the weekend at their! cottage in aid other thrilling sports. average of 1.73 inches of i I Total_ .for same> period last year,fl. Hi8.! 572.*. I

.. trees near the house. Guests were, weekend visit with M?'. and Mrs. the Scrub. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. rain recorded over the county I}I
his :Mrs. S. H. Carl Preratt Will .. 11
wife Thompson, Friends of regret
Bg Jin. Joyce T. I"ImIl" M. L. Turner. They took Randy Ernie Johns was their son Mr. during the week July 21-28.! iso
Lake Butler, his sons and daughters and Ronda Strickland to their to learn that he is confine and Mrs. Clifford Johns and family I
, ............... A....... :Mr. and .trs.. Walter J. Wil- home in Umatilla Friday evening.1 to his home with an injured baCk. of Jacksonville and Mrs. Lois I I FIRST BAPTIST Church -- Siaike

) Animal Birthday CelebrationThe I kison Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling i iI Sunday they with Mr. and .!.1rs.j Those visiting tarn and Mrs. Pre- Henson also of Jacksonville.Mrs. WHY PAY RENT? ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce Mr. Mr. and Mrs.
. vatt this week were
Hubert of Starke
family of S. H. Thompsonli.lpeQ I Chitty were E. L. Cox and daugnters Rev. Lewis D. Haines, PastorJefferson
and Mrs. Marvin Thompson of 'guests of ::r. and Mrs. Alfred I IJ. C. Pre aU and family of,Ocala
him celebrate his 83rd Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Ivery I 1 Hudson of Gainesville. and the L. H. Harpers of Kings-, Marilyn and and sister-in-law Linda and Mrs.Mr.Cox'sbrother andM"'S WILL BUILD HOME and Court Streets In the Heart of Town

,I birthday! anniversary with a dinner Thompson and Blaine, Mr. and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milo ley Lake. Nelson Moore visited in Jacksonville ON YOUR LOT Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301
. given at tne nome of his son- Mrs. Sebe Harris of Starke, and Smith during the week were Mr. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. last Thursday.
ether relatives and friends. Higginbotham and ,daughters will No Down Payment SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.
i-law ana daughter Sir. and Mrs. 'and Mrs. Giles Mitchell and family Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. -
Miss Brenda Jones was tne re.('r of Lebanon! Va., and Air. and be glad \o learn that they, moved Leon Norman were their son-in-
i cent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Mrs. Jim Mitchell and family ot !into their new home, which is'. law, and daughters Mr. and Mrs.E. TONEY HOME BUILDERS, Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M.

Sweat and family in Jacksonville.Mr. Jacksonville..L near the Nathan Starling home, L. Norman and Miss shirley Inc. I Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.
Let us restore your droopy and Mrs. Glenn Williamsonand C. Gasque was called to on Monday.Mr. Norman of Jacksonville and Mr.

r cottons in our Cotton sons o' Jacksonville were Tampa on Wednesday due to the and Mrs. Cassus Stricklandof : and Mrs. Willie Hill of Miami.: Contact RAY FORTH A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU

i Qinic.i weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. death of his brother Johnny. Starke attended services at .the Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosbywas PHONE 4123

j Troy Bennett. Little Danny Roe Markham of First Baptist Church on Sunday visited over the weekend by AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH

1 Our Sanitone Dry Cleaning Thosevisiting the Buster Ben- Gainesville spent the week with morning and were dinner guests' her brother and sister-in-law Mr.. Keystone Heights, Fla.

I gets out embeddeddirt netts and the Darleys this weekend his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. of her brother and .sister-in-law: and Mrs. LeRoy Carmichael of -. ,.
were Mrs. Alice Austin and Dan Starling. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders.Mr. Jacksonville. .

stubborn spots, and sons of Daytona Beach and Ralph Rev. E. D. Boyer of Tampa was and Mrs. Bernard Rosier Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman

r perspiration. Sanitone'setclusive Darley of Jacksonville. Wednesday over night guestof and daughters of Ft., Pierce visited and children and Mr. and Mrs. 3

StyleSetfin.- Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott, his son-in-law and daughter Mr. Rosier's mother Mrs. Son George Shuford spent Sunday at

t i iih makes cotton look and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman Mr. and Mrs. Fred ,Moore. Rosier this. week and also Mrs.\ St. Augustine Beach. Your moneyk

feel like and family and Lon Prescott en- Mrs. George Haywood and chIldren Hosier's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Very glad report that Miss Ji11
new. ri .
I or joyed a picnic at Hampton Lake of Winter Haven are visiting! Carl .Billiard. Marilyn Cox daughter of Mrs. E. a

I Keep us on the job allI Saturday. :Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and Wayne Turner of Jacksonville L. Cox and the late E. 1,. Cox is <
\ Friends of William Parrish, son family. spent the weekend with his par- feeling much better. We have been 'goes furtherf" &

I summer long, and your of Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish Mrs. Pete Burney and daughter -II ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner. concerned about Marilyn in her 1'

cottons will win wide- former residents ot Lawtey wTii and Everitt Burney of Jacksonville Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gainesville lengthy illness and it made your : l Jd

eyed} annroval. be interested to know that he has visited Msr. Georgia Ann. was Friday overnight guestof old Reporter feel real good when during our Fojd Summer Swapping
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I accepted a position with SL Regis Sapp Wednesday afternoon. her sister. Miss Elizabeth Terry. Marilyn answered the telephone .tl.

Paper company Jacksonville, and Among the friends attending Lawtey Softball team played Tuesday a. m. and reported how
two games with the State Farm 9 much better she feels. Let us continue STOP tsHjoeap siaay
be with his funeral
will staying grandparents services for Mrs. Lou 1L .. .
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repairint, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langof Griffis in Jacksonville on Saturday Thursday evening. They lost to pray In her be-half and : ,p-a j present car and burning txbtIwandoflasoWerottd
We the first by one point and for all '
can Clay Hill. afternoon were Mr. and Harry game Mrs. Carrie Norman and *; *
Mrs. Leona Edwards returned Wilkerson, Mrs. Effie! Boat- win the second with 14-11 score. others In sickness and pain where STOP Wfctiiflg ywr Or!W
Mr. and.Mr R. E. Lee and son ever they are. down in male rake before
home Saturday from Tallahassee right Mrs. Joyce Futch, and Misses
'restorelikenew were Sunday dinner guests of Mr Guess that ie about all for this .; your eyes...missing tile
i after attending a Lunch Room Elizabeth Terry and Merle comfort,fat md safety of.
and Mrs. John Titus of Gainesville time. May the good and precious
Work Shop at Florida State University BoatrtghtAir. sew Ford M Your vacatni fry
for a week. and Mrs. J. S. Eunice and ? Lord forever bless you and you
Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville and especially .bye
you. now.
I Miss Debbie Phillips of Palatka son David spent from Tuesdayto SWAP wIIII._'*..
spent theweekend with her FORD CAUXIE/ ClUB SEDAJI mi
spent the weekend with Mr. and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. rank. M n pw!1 I1ICt
parents: Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Din- VVTTVVVVVVYVVVYVYVVyVVVVLONG \
, tremendous
'Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mrs. Carrie Joe Lane and family.' '<} trade-'4 b oar
kins. } Btory.SWAP before
t Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton and I I BRIDGE | your
beauty Miss Karen Lee is visiting her nutua...Men yoo tin get
i Mrs. :Mary Reddish and Mrs. family were weekend guests of grandmother Mrs. Clemmie Lee AND NEW RIVER 1the most pleasure out of a.q
Hester Hicks had as Sunday din. Air. and Airs. C. R. Norton in cf .. ,, } I k car.SWAP DIll car thai*i|
Engima Ga.
while Johnny Lee
to ner guest Rev. Tommy Howe ot Tampa. J stj M style...*y r wortfc ;
1, your is visiting their other grandparents Mrs. R. F. Merritt .. ; slue...tilt MrVf RMS I
Baldwin. Air. and Mrs. Tom Barry and
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Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Peter- t beautifulproportBeed Mrs. Leona Edwards receiveda family and Emery Eunice visited son of Arlington.Miss stAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA tS t, l
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, cotton pleasant surprise when she returned Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Sharpe in St.: Freda Hardee of Highland This week leaves us as empty :T. M the aspitpad at

, home Sunday morning from \ Petersburg this week. wis Monday truest of her brotherin of news as last week. We must get ...iO to$55 a year OH gas
church as her son, Carl and tam- Miss Virginia Sapp of Miami is law and sister Mr. and Mrs. en the "go" or we will wind up j ii IUd oi...tr1A ss aielaisl' e1

dresses ily of Gainesville and daughter I visiting her grandparents Mr. and Charles Starling. :without any news at all. naffer that lasts knew.t1At11

Evelyn Tucker and family ot Mrs. Arthur Poirce. Mr. and Mrs, D. B. Thomas and Mrand Mrs Ernest Lavender< with Finish lo-vu...wftIa Diamond a torts tssbar 1 ,,
, ./ Fernandina were there and had Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson daughter VIsIted Mr. and Mrs., and family of Lexington. Ky. have r r standard 66.pbh b ids j, I

, :brought: dinner. They all enjoyeda spent from Thursday;; until Saturday Mac McKinney and Nelson Greenin been spending some of their vaca FOB t&MMf stDAI un 011 sMosey"' of,seai

J swim at Kings: ji Lake in the.. With M r. and Airs. CecilFLORIDA Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. tion visiting relatives here and durinafwl'Sw.erBee. SrapI*
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J --.or- and Mrs. Buford Higgin- enjoying Florida activities.Bill .
botham .of Maxville and Mrs. Rivers has been moved to f

I tiJ Joyce Schemehl and .children of a Memphis, Tet 1.. hospital for i
'. 6 x'f. c SJi! + COUNTIES Jacksonville were.Sunday dinner further treatment. He has been

iiti guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. hospitalized for many months fol- "
Waters and family.: lowing an automobile accident.
" Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead Mrs. Fl ra Bell Rivers receiveda

.. SANTA ROSA a.1
1' vacation at Hot Springs Ark, and him, reporting that he &wY asf'tsaLORD f .

'.. d '6c OUNTY topped to see the D. B. Thomas stood the trip well. His. friends 1".11$10. 300 TUB StDAI Ji s :flT ass it MrJ
County Seat Sunday afternoon. and neighbors all wish him a
Recent visitors of Mayor ,and fcefly recovery.

!! f MUtonSix Mrs. Charles Shuford were Mr. Sympathy of the community Come ii and eta honey of c deal on the 59 FR $

r and Mrs. Luther Tharoe and has been expressed to the Ben .
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daughter and Mr.. and Mrs. Bill .1 ...
Renfroe family l'CI
the death of
, i upon
Elder of Cullen, Va.: Mr. and Mrs Mr. Renfroe who lived here and TH woroJ1s> M OT. lBIAUTlFUltY. P11oroImOmD :... r tQi
Henry C. Yoddr and daughter of : '
tL. ft Lake Butler many years. Funeral -
Newton, N. C. Mrs Jane Rowe
R4t ; service was held at Long Bridge
'. and family of Conover, N. C., and Church Sunday. TERWILLEGAR MOTORSIf
\ M James Shufnrd of Charlotte
TheLavender.. Shiver and Mer-
family Sunday afternoon.
+ ritt, families, Mr.
c 1 and Mrs. Ira I. You're Interested in an Used Car --Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer-
.w.y.yttttry I.t.nv...ws.. Merritt of Palatka and Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Karrol and son and Mr. I .
and Mrs. T. O. Cook and family

IJEILRROWII of Jacksonville, enjoyed a picnicat --"'-- ?'" r... I
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Gold Head Branch State Park -JP"''' ; LIFE'S
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t t flags have flown over this county Spanish, By Mrs. Harvey. McCarthyaaaaaaaeakleaIaaaaaasah.. .. Sunday: in honor of Mr. and Mrs. _0't .TJIr __ ,
r a ..'. .. .. t,
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t, French, English, West Florida Republic, Confederate Ernest Lavender and family. They
a.- and United States. Formed in 1842 from r Escambia Ml Tuesday for their home in = SO. RIGHT ... -

I r County its primary source of income is agriculture, sup Howdy Neighbors hope all of Lexington Ky. + ... ,.." tIS-- ___
plemented with timber and naval store industries. Court- to attend the ---WHEN' THE A1RSa.-
you are planning MrsJessie
ty Seat Milton Is an important chemical center. homeof Lazenby has returned -
bIg Revival at Heilbronn Church home from King Memorial
Escambia Chemical Corporation Columbia National !
Corporation and American Cyanamid.A July 5th Chamber beginning thts\ Sunday. Agust 2, Hospital Lake Butler. ..- JUSTTWOmL:

For summer clothes of Commerce Water Carnival follows a 4th of July and continuing through Saturday N v for
Carnival sponsored by the U. S. Naval Auxiliary Air August ft. The Evangelist will be ',- '" !Get- ,. set_'now .. ,......u
'orr'rp proud to wear ..
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..... mountainrct0 mlort
Field, Whiting Field each year. the wonderful Theo Sapp of Alabama -, ; : :- -
Depend on Cotton Clinic care In progressive Santa Rosa County and throughout who will bring the nightly i our home all sum edtr """'

Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works messages. Come all or as many I ODR1VE1NTHEATRE kwa* 120s*

STARKEI constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under pleas- evenings ,as you, can and bring I .1 A AIRCLONtMTJONINe
ant, orderly condition Believing that strict law enforcement Mime one with you. Remember the
serves the best interest of the people of Florida song service with Chorister Rus: I #w5tI1ff&.9_- ;
x
the Foundation stresses close with the .
cooperation
DRY, CLEANERS Armed Forces, law enforcement and governing officialsin sell Redding starts at 7:30 p. m. On Route U. S. 90 *+*?&f: \fe I
I its and preaching at 8 p. m.-We are k *%
,. continuing. .. "self-regulation"- program.. ., -', looking forward to.. eeing each : $BALDWIN, FL A. : t r

2' BEER FLORIDA'S of you.because we want you to-.en- Show'Time .....;, 7:45 P.M. $'' r
AND \
t LAUNDRYPhone nsrsr! United.State Brewers ... joy and join in the fine singing .
I LIGHT, BRIGHT <) i: FoundationITorU hear the inspiring sermons and .i
.. FREE! FREE! :
: e i
WO 4-3201 BEVERAGE ttililM 1 share the fellowship of the congregation -
4F 1 303 It.IM*!SMf I
I OF MODERATION ''s, u.tsto '" """' ,:r"Y.J".t!; t. I and. pastor. Rev. Otis T. CLIP THIS AI):/end bring t .,
Jones
with you. Good for one f
daughters
Mrs. R. I* Morgan and .
Joyce and Judy will arrive FREE Admission to this ......
MAKE US YOUR CAR SAFETY !IEADOJARTER& -
__ ,'. .'-r'I home sometime this weekend alter program only*
enjoying a vacatton of three weeks
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a.I traveling and sight-seeing to Fri., Sat. July. 31, Aug. 1
:California. Mrs.: Morgan would ---

Dodd's'Service & Auto Sales like to advise that her Beauty The Revenge .
I Shop will be open Monday morn- ,

Jig. 4 e MODERN AIR CONDITIONERS Banish muggy discomfort b>

( indina Harvey Beach and I with visited in Harvey'Fern-* Of Frankenstein J do many things besides j just removing excess moisture and

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mother. Mre..Leona McCarthy and .
his sister Mrs. John Stfflwell and IN TECHNICOLOR.- : ,
i They : ,
week. With Peter Cashing
children Wednesday of \last
Last Friday evening. Mrs. McCarthy ,ALSOOUTLAW'S ) lOOt and poDen-ra real boon to .> Closed windows keep outside

and Mr and Mrs. John Still-i allergy ariferer?.Y&ir home stays noises outside.Y w'D enjoy cool

SHOP11 well and children of FernandinaBeach : SON cleaner;; your family healthier. restful sleep on hottest nighta. .
hiSTOP
and Harvey's oldest sister Dave Clark, Ben Cooper Lori .

and family Mr. and Mrs. NoahW. Nelson . . . . . . Oi . . . ..
Jackson Jr., of RogersvUle, -. .
31 and visited u* till # .
arrived
as Tenn. Suh Mon.Au2 3
,, AIR
Mrs. .
: Monday afternoon. Mr. and .
Jackson and Children 'wW1s1t : CONDmO.NING SWITCH ..
and sisters Mr. THE LADY / coati to KttlevurQt r .
mother .
r, with her .
TO I COOLCOMFORT I I
muds.xe ., '
and Mrs. John Btillwell and Mr. to +r /SEE YOUR l

and Mrs. L. D. Jones and fam- modekart thinner DEALER. NOW \
TAKESAFLYER
FernawJina Beach before eaaEer more compact more i \ .
ilies In ; f'
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Sunshine Service
: Electricity

BIG SPECIALS TIiIS'WEEI S { ON: TIRES & BA'fl'EItmSOpen traveling.Weekend 1.. [Bill home.]guest Reddish' of Mr._ and and?Mrs.R. son- ., l Bur Cinemascope Turner and' Jeff and l1w Color dJ tIn .. cokaful: and easier to install. \\",it the iYour Biggest Budget Bargal XW /.f \ ",


'PM Thurs. and Fri Open Till 9 PM Keith was ihcli niece. Miss Sandra ALSO ATTIC OR '
DaOy 7 AM till 6 Carmichael of Jacksonville !
elanSTREET WINDOWVENTILATING .
Lamar lied
Mr. and Mrs.
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have returned from their vaca-- OF siNNERs .
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Complete Auto Repair Department riot:. They report hating a ,tm>rr FANS .

derful time traveling through 12 George .Mentyomrry.xGerldtaeBrooks t puD to frock outdoor>breezes as i i
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Including Automatic T ionTractdrs and Small Motors states and Bifhtseemf in Canada. hot,ttkky indoor ait is forced .
Cool comfort for ;
Another exciting vacation .wa* out. pennies :::=== -

enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Robert > THE RIGHT POINT IW .*. b j t j/ 1 1 .

: DODD'S" SERVICEAUTO SALES McClellan. They visited for two tray you write. Come fa and to-! ....- .. .. . . lust . N
weeks in Texas ,and Mexico (!ur- feet your favorite ESTEBBBOOK -- IUUI V a

ins which time they visited with .. -
Fountain .PeL..rF1.EGBAPB.. r'ttrltt'DAY \
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528.S. Walnut st. Starke, Florida Phone WO 4.3861 Robert's bf th i-1n-1aw and sis I

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NOTICE i last.T pear= .- This Year Percy Leon Thomas I III. BOND COXSTBtCTIOX BtDGETl
\ Rrr.iptat
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County will meet Mosquito .Control. State. County, ., MIDGET LEAGUEStarke "*ash IalancesInvestment 74.15209i

.. on August.3, 1959, at:10:00: A1>I., for the purpose of hearing requests and City I \ ''4,020.00io,3ao".oo! 22,500.00 Former Resident >i .;<; /III.rotal

and complaints regarding the 1959-60 Budgets and from day to day Mosquito Control City Dies In Jacksonville Builder Supply broke Available !7.. 03.00Total
even in three played in the
thereafter if it deems it necessary. county Agent's Salary, and ExlJem,200,00 4,200.00 games
*< I Midget League last week a I.,pe..It.r"'.
.OFFICIAL SEAL) IIAROLD K. NORMAN, Home Demonstration Agent's Salary :n' J Percy Leon Thomas 72. prom- I neat trick if you can do it. CF Matching Fund 3".&"0.00I'uildincs
and Expenses '2,750.00 j' 3,000.00Demonstration inent Jacksonville and one-time %Oi. fr3..00
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Attest: The Builders beat CommunityState Renovations Ic.no0.00
resident of S arke. died Saturday
I and Illustration. Material l. ,280.1:10':
A. DARBY, t 200.00 Cash Balance i.Sfl!> QQ
CHARLES t in Jacksonville hospital Bank 6-2. lost to Johns Oil
morning
[Girls) and StlteCourse .. a ,
4-H Club Camp ; .
Commissioners. t !;; "q
1\0
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to Board of County Total Expenditures and Reserves
Clerk '200.00 after an illness of several 1I'eets.Mi Company 6-4. and played to a |
Short 200.00
Tentative Budget Thomas was born in Clay i%'. STATE COJ-TKICTIOX: BIUGGTIRrreipt
4-4 tie with the Oilmen
: in
4-H Club Camp [Boys and State > =* J a game ..
County and the son of the :
[ And ExpendituresOf was
Receipts
Estimated Revenues ,
Report of Short Course ; .moo' 200.00 called because of time. Ca.h Balance 7.163.19
t ; late Mr. and MrsJesse Thomas
Male Funds 3e,9t10.00Local
Bradford. County For The Fiscal Year 1939-1969 i Forest Farmer |t. 2,343-65 *.' ..2.1'1.0.13Clerk. He moved with his family to In the other two games played Matching Funds :3" 1111/I11/I

General Fund County Agent's Office 1 1500.00 > UOO.OO Bradford County in 1902. and Florida Pest Control took it on II Receipts and Balances 67,16300

Estimated Receipts: Fire Control ii i .3,980.00.. / 3,990.00 later moved to Jacksonville in | the] chin twice., The team lost

F Last Year This Year Recreation [Payable Under Section 418.] '.,200,80., 6,080.95 1909.He to Johns Oil C',.apan/ 10-8 and Etpeudlhre.t P-ulldml" 51'!i01l Oct

Taxes 7.40 Mill on Assessed Valuationof Publicity and Public Improvement ,- ..I was a member of the Main [to) Community State Bank 122. Cash Datanre _114'11.-; -.

7035350.00 $ 52,77258 [C. C. $4,000.00)f,3 00.00 "'5,000.00 Street Baptist Church. where he 1 Total Expenditures and Balances ._K7.HJ309New

Railroad and Telegraph License 600-00 S 600.00 Outstanding Indebtedness '!<.. ....'\ i was a'deacon and a superintendent i
Complete details of each separate part of the! school budget
i f i of an adult Sunday School / summarized
Racing Monies 30800.00 47750.00 Courthouse and Annex Capital (Expense 500-00 4,271.661 above are on file and are available! for public Inrpection at
Insurance Agent's License 500.00 600.00 group for 23 :years He was a W. C. T. U. the office of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction at the
: member of the Albert J. Russell courthouse, Slarke. Florida and will also be available for such public
Mosquito.Control State Board of Health Total Appropriations 121.506.69, 143,050.87 hearing together with all .'D}>porting statements and Information. All
Lodge. F. & A. M., and. the Redman interested persons are cordially invited to participate In the public
4800.00 7000.00 "THE MAN WHO TRIES TO
State 11 Reserve for Contingencies I .699.13 1221.18 Order. A.trustee of the Bap- hearing and discujs! the school program and budget for this county for
Board of DROWN HIS TROUBLES IN the enMiing fiwul=
Mosquito Control State Health 'c vrar
\ : 1 r. fist Home for Children he was BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD
OF PUBLIC
DRINK. FINDS THAT HE HAS INSTRUCTION
(State 11] 2,400.00 2800.00 Total Budget $122,105.82 $IU, 72.05 also a former member of the Du- H. P. Morgan Secretary.

"State Matching Funds (Hospital] 5779.00 5,7'19.00 .. I I Val County Board of Public In- ONLY IRRIGATED THEM.

Taxes 8.02 Mills on .Assessed. Valuation itiuction. and a past district dc- [H. E. ZIMMERMAN IN SeD It
Maintenance
of 7949667.00 63756.32 Estimated Receipts Road: and Bridge; Fond 'putyof the'Masonic order. UNION SIGNAL.] [t Rent h Trade II

Survivors include his wife Stella
Candidates Filing Fees 1,800.00
1,100.00 1250.00 Taxes 6.00 Mills on Assessed Valuation -, 1 DeSha Thomas; a son Rev. PLeon CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .. .1.33
Per lack
Occupational. Licenses \ H t'nt haerH.H.nO ..
of $7,035,350.00Gasoline t$< 42,218.10
J 7 i. > Thomas Jr. of Jacksonville:
500.00
Beverage Licenses 500.00 Tax ] 48,000.00 49.000.00 two; daughters. Mrs. Glenn F. PARK PER I\CH FOR U'E AD REPFATKn O\K OR ORR TIMRf:
"Excess Fees, Tax Assessor 1750.00 '
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'Excess Fees, Tax Collector 2000.00 1750.00 Racing Monies -I 18500.00 Learn of Jacksonville and Mrs. W STARKE FLA. CARDS OF THANK (r. T* W Wr a) ___ e..______ 11M
Taxes 5.4 Mills on Assessed Valuation ;: / Alex Doerffer of New York City;
;Excess Fees. Clerk of Circuit Court 1500.00 1.750.00 of $7,949,667.00 .' I' ">.- :. 42,927.68 twO.sisters.. Mrs. Jessie T. Morgan OVER ft* WORDS -------______-- C r..t. Per W.r'

Excess Fees, County Judge 1500.00 1750.00 City of Starke Reimbursement for t' acksonville. and Mrs. Edith Mur- SUN., MON.\ TUES. WV.MORUI.II tin nmoi.rTio ___ _____ _.. 4 O.t. ... Wf
r Fines from County Free Library 60.00 60.00 _" : hrce Starke; three brothers, A.
Road Work on Temple Ave. 3.500-00 August 2, 3, 4 =- WORn" ORAnniTtn',y. o.P I.......... fMblwtw, P1.ras1 .
City of Starke. Donations to Library 720.00 720.00 J. Thomas Sr., Starke; W. J. 9arara
Other Revenue Receipts 750.00 PORK
750.00 CHOP HILL
City of Starke Mosquito Control 5,190.00 5,000.00 Thomas Jacksonville; and Carl- : .Ar, WORD OVER 2. '_ ____. 440 ... w...

Other Revenue Receipts 750.00 .. 1.250.00 ; 'ste ,Thomas Okecchofee. With Gregory Peck
Total Estimated Receipts 00,968.20 114,677.68 Funeral services were held at 3P. 20% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT IXBERT1OV8! 9AM13 Aft
."Transfer.. from Road and Bridge Fund 12057.70 The Colossus
Less 5 Per Cent 4,548.40 5733. m..Monday in the Main Street :'k ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND AD4 OR ADS NOT PAID I1V .ADVA5CR.

95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts tf.ltt.70 1084)43.80) Baptist Church with Rev. JohnE. Of New York
::Total Estimated Receipts 123029.28 145,865.32 WE HAVE a new loan program for t QR RENT 2
Russ. pastor and Rev. Silas bedroom
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 19,100.00 I John furnished
Baragn'1Ial& Powers farmers. Loans oC 1 to i
year h
6151.46 7.293.2'1jJ5 with
"Less 5. Per Cent : ) Bishop, superintendent of the for the entire ue carport and large utility
.. Plus Color Cartoon credit requirements rtJ m. For couple with infant child
: Per of Estimated 116877.82 138.572.05 for Children of the farmer
Cent Receipts Baptist i Children's Home officiating and his fam or with i one boy
grown or girl In-
Total Estimated Receipt and Balances $H i.119.7010'.9t3.80 ily. Gainesville Production
Credit
qnirp 737: V
Thompson
To Be Brought Forward Cash Itrtig
Balances : Burial
was in Riverside Memorial
Association.! O Itorth
V
e5. [Millage Levied Last Year 6-00 Estima.ted''l'bJ..r.Ytar 5.41 Wed., Thur. Aug. 5. 6 Main.
G lnevlll .
Fla.
tfch"
(Mosquito Control Fund] 5228.00 5,700.00 Park Cemetery under the

:: Liquid Investment Cost] Estimated Expenses; :. JIB direction of Hardage & Sons. Ma and Pa Kettle RADIOS REPAIRED

rrt Salary of Road Foreman I 4,100.00. $ 4,+20.00 Active pallbearers were Rev. Fay At Waikiki AH !Make AllSHEPIIFRD'S .4e1.. I
.... : te..e Charge. ...r..t...
..Total Estimated Receipts and Balances $122,105.82 $144.272.05 Salaries of Road Maintenance Crew 36,712.00, 39780.00 DeSha, John M. Thomas. Delano RADIO A TV 6 Months
Marjorie Main .
Perry Kilbride .....
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Thomas James Blackburn Clinton I. Gft Owaer
Levied Last Year '7.40 Estimated This Year 8.02] Maintenance County Road Buildings: .250.04250. .
:=lMiHage r 412: t: Call M. Pho.e WO 4- 9019arke.
-- Analysis* .of General Fund Millaye Repair Upkeep. and Rental.. Equipment 15.000.00 17,500.00 Slevinger and James Rhoden. Valley of the Zombies Pis.

:: Millage ApproTuu IaL Gasoline Fuel O\ and Lubricants 6,000,00 'e.ooo.00 ot Honorary the Main'Street pallbearers; Baptist were deacons Church RoberT Livingston. Adrian Booth COI.OMAL FLORIST Auto LiabilityDoyle

*"* Other Road Supplies ,5300.00 3.500.00 Plu Color Cartoon Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke.
Assessed
Purposes priations Necessary JIWale
arid trustees of the
... Baptist Cb11.dren's flowers wired any pu=-e. Flowers
*County Free Public Library 0.5 $4.496.09 $3,776.09 0.5.Y Timber and Other Bridge Material 6,000.00 2,000.00 Home.! for all occasion locally. Phone
: Fri Sat Aug. 7 8 WO 1.6121 i:!! SOS Ka: .
Purchase of Right-of-Way. Proposed Road 1,000.00 1,000-00 +t Nona Sf frhg:
Total Additional
Millage $
.- 'Authorized' 0.5 Expenses of Procuring Right-of-Way 1,000.00 1,000.00: 0 The RevengeOf FOR RENT: -Furnished apart $15.00I

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B eautifies[Ion. of Highways + ments. Reannnablo rate Near
: \ 7x0.00 7 O.00
Maximum Allowed' by E : FrankensteinPeter chopping center. Phone WO 9-2011J
Insurance 2,250.00' ,3000.00 tr WO t. t3t or call at 213 S. I I
Section'193.32 8.00
Cushing Eunice Cherry St. (Shell
Oil Co.
? Oayvm
Payment of Outstanding Indebtedness Office.tfcbg

R:' Maximum Milla&e Permittedfor Purchase of New Equipment 1. 7,000.00: f < 19,200,00 ,. Thunder Over ArizonaSkip E. Conner

r, Consolidated Fund 8.50 Road Tax Due and Payable to ..* .t' ': .._ Hometer. Kristine Miller Men's Leather

..," Last Year This Year Municipalities t 10,000.00 10.000.00 Plus Color Cartoon for Children

-.. General Fond Transfer to General Fund { f .12057.70. .. :. r Bradford County Hospital an HALF SOLES Insurance Agency

.".Estimated Expenses:. i i P _,_, nounces the JfoHowing births:
Total .Appropriations iI Mr.and Mrs. Stanley Downs of HAIR REMOVALIS 218 Temple Ave.
185,619.70
: 108.400.00
Salaries;, County Commissioners $ 6.000.00 6,000.00
PHONE
) I > Pontiac, Mich., up WO 4.4501
Reserve for Contingencies 50000 a daughter. Dorothy 1.50
.su.o
.Mileage and Per Diem, all officials 503.00 150.00 A PERSONAL
\ June. July 22. .
"Salary of Clerk to Board of -
County Total Budget "' Mr.. and Mrs. Clarance Moore MATTER Men's Rubber
Commissioners! 6.40000 6.400.00 v $108,119.70 $$108,843.80 of Starke, a daughter Donna Kay CITRUS bearing fixes container
Fine and rrown. Also Plum Caratr
Forfeiture
Fund Apple-
Salary of Supervisor of Registration 900.00 900.00 July' 24. By EDMUND DWYER HEELS 85C Pear Hood and PaWwin, Fig
Estimated Receipts -
Attorney to Board '.. 25.00 25.00 : .( ,_ Mr. and Mrs. Billy Woods of u Electrclofist : Grapevines. Persimmons etc. Ever
Taxes 2.50 Mills on Assessed Valuation greens Shad Trees, Camellias, over
Administratives }Fees Clerk Circuit Court 1,000.00Office 1.000.00 -, Maxville. a eon, Kenneth Cecil, i Superfluous hair on a woman's 400 varieties. Azaleas, fine plant,
,of Tax; Assessor 8,250.00 9500. O of $7.035.350.001.t. 17590.83. r' July 24. face can be a real tragedy but STARKE'SSHOEREPAIRING fun of bud and bJ'>Om. See our

Compensation for Purpose of Racing Monies 34,200.00 8,750.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bennefieldof it need not ""be. Excess hair can plants 11 miles for east quality.of Keystone We are Height I located

Better Equalization 1.500.00 Confiscated Equipment 1500.00. Starke a son David Martin be removed with little discomfortand on Hi way 100. Thousands of plants.

Taxes 2.50 Mills on Assessed Valuation .f July 24. no trace of the hair removal 123 Walnut St. -0. C Carnes Nursery Phone MU
Office of Tax Collector 8250.00 9.500.00 4-4S35. Florahome. Fla. tt
Of 7949667.00 Mr and Mrs. Joseph Richardof treatment. Many women have excess -
Coroners Inquest and Fees 350.00 250.00 19873.87 Across
Fines and Forfeitures: Raiford. a son, Joseph Robert hair removed during their from Park TheatreFOR FOR SALE 5 room house and 1
Maintenance Repairs of Courthouse 2,000.00 1.500.00 : 46,000.0045,500.0 0 Richard. HI July 24. lunch hours 2-3 acres on U. S. 391 at S.! R. 219
return work-
Other Revenue 1.1'1 to at Hunh. Rea,
Receipts -. .. onable. Laura Wolfe,
salary of Janitor 3,021.00 3,120.00 .. t, '.' 750.0074J73.87 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall of with no irritation just a clear, RENT: -Kingsley Lake effi- Rt 1 Box 167E, Lawtey Jtp 8/S
Courthouse and Annex Utilities 1 .. Starke cine) apartment or cottage by week
I a son, Richard Derrick: clean skin area where hair used
Total Estimated Receipts: t r month.. Call WO t- Oll. C. H. FOR SALE-Gainesville
and Fuel Expenses 3,500.00 3.500.00 July 24 to grow. There is no excuse for I 1':8*wortby. tfchg house, and 3 bedroom lake apartment home
Maintenance and Repairs County Less 5 Per Cent <: 4.964.54 3,743.69 Mr. and Mrs Ebbie C. Alford of any woman to have excess facial near Keystone Heights. Will accept
95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts. 94,326.29 71,130.18 Pala tki a son July 25. hair. Item that are mrtir4 by t..ke Re- SHa-ke property In. trade 'Dr. H S.
Owned Buildings 500.00 I I Urmtm will be rouid at Billy Jack r-ollinper. 4:j N. Walnut Phone
Elections and Registrations Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash; A' Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Drakeof I M.'. tad Sapply lard hi rear .f WO {.%' Hp
1,20000 4.400.00 other, Big Dad'a F. .. a..t
(For Sheriff Keystone Heights Many an r ry. Steel Boat
Legal Advertising. 250.00 500.00 ': ". .' '!' : 9000.00 p daughter Lauding Mat II !. x 1. ft. Fl*..I ILights. FORVROOM RENT
Advertising Delinquest Cheryl Louise July.26. ? wise sound, son Ufe Raftn., Light Flxtare. : FURNISHED APT.. Elec.
Taxes
300 00 400.CO Total Estimated Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duxburyof : sible woman has PUwblaic fmfflirm .r all kind*. kitch.n. Air conditioned bedroom.
County Free Library 2780.00 Receipts and Balances $ :94,336.29 *80,130.18 !Steel loldl1tef... fed Farnlnre.Wlmdow Also (-room furnished cottage. Elec.
4,496.09 Raiford. been driven to
Millage Levied Last.Year 2.50. Estimated: : This Year 2.501 a son. Charles Quinton .. Wladow SiT ... D*.T*,' kitchen, 2 window fans large yard.
Supplies, Expenses and Insurance Estimated Duxbury, V, July 28. distraction by superfluous ..a... ele. Call WO -4-4OO1. nk for 1 \dults.-Mra. L. M. Clark thereat
Commissioners Only 2500.00 1500.00 Expenses: tr "-:.? ? Mr. and Mrs. Jackson W. Gregory nair on Mr. Ghaweti .r roe la t. seewkea r s R.ad., I'4 mi. east of Call St bridge.
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Salary County Prosecuting fwa. IfrkK, I'h.YO .IUi.I .
Attorney $
Supplies. Expenses Insurance 300.00 $ 300.00 of Starke. a son. July 27. i .' her face. Because I
Fees and Costs Clerk Circuit Court 750.00 Mr. and i' WANT TO TALK TO RELIABLE
County; Offices 5500.00 5.000.00) 2,000.00 M ? Emory Brown of of sensitivity I
Fees *" '1 HASTINGS MATTRESS\ MANWill set In sound
and Costs, County Judge you up one-
Salaries, Juvenile Judge and Counsellor 1300.00 1,300.1Youth ))0 ,10,203.010.500.00 Hampton a son July 29. GF _. wd'i to uis ny.pertrichosis & UPHOLSTERY man business without capital In-
Constable 2.50000Conviction WORKS vestment. A Watkins Route is now
Counselling: Service.and Expenses 735.00 735.1))0 Fees, County Prosecuting : 500.00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bird of problem the subjectof 710 Lemon St. I'alatka available for Bradford County. Noosgners

Salaries Circuit Court Judges and Attorney J 1500.00 : H'ghtstown' N. J.. former Starkeresidents complete hair removal is seldom Furniture Repaired, Upholstered
Secretaries 1,283.08 1.288.08 Witness Fees 2500.00 announcce the birth of discussed openly. Therefore & Refinished better than average. Write !tfr.
Salary of State Attorney 234.24 234.24 Jury Fees 5OO..00'1_ '. 1500.00 a daughter, born July 21. all sorts of rumors half truths Blackwell. 659 W. Peachtree St N
Other Court MATTRESSES R. Atlanta 8. Ga. 4tchg 81J;
Costs and Fees lZ04.Op REBUILT
Salary of Court Reporter 210.72 210.72llfaintenance 1200.00 and falacies about hypertrichosis
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and Repairs County Jail 500.00 500.00 Inquest Physicians Fees '%800.00 "- 1.000.00Shuffrs Mr. and Mrs. John A. Torodeof persist. It is my practice to offer New Innersprings FOR RENT-July 27 thru Aug. 9,;

Law.Administrative Supplies and Expanses 500.00 500.00 I Budget Starke announce the birth of consultations to new patients by and Box Springs Ang house ZJ thru on t'lltemberJ Kingsley Lake.: bedrooni Call

Tubercular Hospital for Indigents 4,000.00 2.500.00 Salary of Sheriff $ '7.500.00 $ '1.500.00< >a son Carl William, born July 25 appointment only -and at no Drop Us a Card or Call 11.11 -IItC' or TR 3-25O:; Itrhg

Salaries of Deputies at St. Vincent's Hospital. charge to you. A PALATKA EA
.and Jackson 5.9166
Insanity Inquiries 450.00 Assistants 22.01400 22,014.0(( case analysis will !><) YOf NEED A BABY ITTtRf;
350.00 I Expenses other than Salaries 23,154.05 ville. give you a better understandingof STARKE WO 4-5934 Call Lucile T. Davis 413 N. Church.rr .
Relief ,Allowances 6500.00 6.500.00 I Investigations' 18.320.0C your personal hair conditionand ".. ,,. "'0 *.'.7f ?tp 'lIn

Hospital Sefce.Jor_ Indigents! 12079.00 12,079.00, Outstanding Indebtedness 550.00 '750-0 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wester of> ; approximately the length of KIRS. PEGGY SIJALLEK, Starke FOR RENT-rnfnrnithed small

Salary. County Service Officer 2,200.00 2200.00. I 16764.16 Gainesville announce the birth time necessary to correct it. Agent house' at rear of store building at
Salary Civil Defense Director Equipment [Such as Cars Radios Etc. 2350.00 6.888.0C- I II of a son,' Gene Edward, on July Mr. Edmund :321 Temple Ave. Contact Mrs. Maude
600.00 I Dwyer's office Is Itch g Molt at McCarthy's Garage. 5 miles
23 in Alachua General Hospital. located at 107 West University 0" Rulforrf TM 1tf ?.

Total Appropriations 89,482.21 74,972. 10 Mrs. Wester is the daughter of Avenue, Gainesville. Telephone FOR RENT-Furnished garageapartment FOR RENT-On Kingsley Lake,

I Reserved for Contingencies ;. CoL and Mrs. 'John Beidler of FR 2-8039 for an appointment. on Kingsley Lake. Com- fcrnfohrd. 2 bed rooms house, large
I Silver Lake. I 1 I pletely furnished except linen screrwd) porch. Available Aug. ..
County.. \ 412.13 [Ado '' "t by week only Phone WO 4- ,.
468.23 Pintrunk F d und gad Cn.

SHOP! I Sheriff 4,431.95 4689.95 I "- RE Olt-T10\ 4201.. tfchg
SHOP
SHOP! Pursuant IX CITT 1'OCyDFemale Walker
to the provisions of =Section %:1.1% LARGE ,
notice ia.herrby given: that a public Florida Statutell. 195 1 HOME h .-tnd. black and white spotted.
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Total Sudgct" Bradford County" hearing shall be held by the FOR SALE-Colonial-type house! Owner may have by paying adverUtirtc -
$ 9U2329Health Board of Public
$ 80430.18 hour of 111:110 a.m. in the In..truotion on AU/fust 3. 159. al the 4 bedrooms: living rrn., family rm.. root and board. Contact City
Unit : ,bOUM at.Starke, Florida for County hoard )Toting ntOm of the Court dining rm. sun parlor; l located h. pull;._ 1t.,-;' \
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the
Go to Jacksonville Gainesville Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. 15.02Florida of t county. the proposed echool JurJO'e 1 budgrt of discussing with the citizens Walnut SU choice residential area; )
or or of the count the proposed of said county for the fil'Ca'tl clone business! section schools LOST.: STRAYED or STOLEN mo. r
Statutes 1-35 Mills on Tear beginning July 1. Ui'; school budget of said county for the fiscal churches. Ix>t extend. depth of entire old ft"male Husky puppy white withba.k
and ending June :0. 1960 which block. Will sell partly furnished markings. Name Re ln..
budget Is
ANYWHERE .
to get a price on your $7.036450.00;; Assessed Valuation, L -rDCET FOR THE if desired. Contact owner Mrs. H. Owner Marlyce Roddy. UI N. Wai.t 1.
Less 5 Per Cent $' 8.024.07 A.tMipafed Reeetptst U'PPORT AND )IUXTEXA\CE: OF .caoot B. McLendon: ;0:' Westchester. Orlando nt St. SfarV RKWARD: 1tp
1. Fla.. or inquire Bradford
New Car THEN SEE Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. 154.02 _. -: "": r. -" X Federal State Source Sources County Telegraph. tfcltFOP. g FOR SALE-Spring Lake CR bouse
SRaI33.94!; cabin. Accommodate i.
Florida Statutes 143 Mills ., ;. : i. County and District and' guest .
on 152.IU.O" 11)') on lake. %48' on Route %1. 15.890. -
SALEPineapple
.4. Otter Sources :Z.fl1'n)11) or cooking Cash or terms Van Robenrtine. -
$7,949,687.00 Assessed Valuation. pears. 1% miles We!t of Lawtey at
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.. _. Rt. 2. Box "I-It. Gainesville.
t the T. Li
Wainwright farm. UpWASTKDi
Total Anticipated Receipts .
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BILLYDOWLINfa Less'. 5 Per Cent. $10.24.34 Cash Balance Beginning of Year 1.019.47(04 t.I-"o" a 666o tfchg
.M3.09
... Investments 43.li7.001.0S9.0S400 mTlOV MA>ACKR RETIRED COUPLE like to rent
The above foregoing is a true-and correct- With following qualificationsAge small ho-f near town. Reasonable.
of
copy the Ten- Total Available Cash and
Receipts 1.14:0.4.: 25-50. bondable retail riper Like to f me the 5th. Wire or write
tative Budget:u adopted July 13, 1959 in a'Special Meeting of the ten>-e. Station experience not necesFary. Mr, and Direr Tom Newbern. Osceola.
I Area resident home-owner" Tamo r.-_.. ftftlle Glade. Fla. Ito
Board of County Commissioners'Bradford CountyV.r, T. al rr.-. Eipi"'Iturest preferred. .
Starting salary 309.
(OFFICIAL-SEAL) '. + '- .- **": .. I t'1. General Control U.SU.M 'I plus commissions on all merchandise. FOR RENT-Furnished 4 room and
Instruction % 09S5.oW.Ot T! Salary increases to follow for rig ht hath screen porch. All modern conveniences -
CHARLES' A; DARBY HAROLD K. NORMAN 3. Operation of Plant man. Yearly vacation; group life at Hampton. )Irs.. Jenlon..iot
Clerk to the Board of County. ,* .*: ?-*:*.' f Chairman 5.4.: auxiliary),Maintenance Services 99.800.60 to..to"' and hospital plan. insurance; profitsharing ltrehrFOR

Commissioners'Bradford. County. C.t. Fixed Charges .5f10.00 .:n Capital Outlay' "a.eQs.o0 employed. AH applications win be ulpment. Al*> Ford truck all for
., .i Debt Service 3l.'74.40 confidential. References win not be 1100.; M. Z. gnllivan. Rt 1. Box
J 9.. Transfer 1.I.J contacted until after personalterview. in* 111.s RMa inn qt".k. HD
'FOR'A LOWER PRICE when you needRELIABLE .
Total Proposed Expenditures For interview send letter in your U 33 FORD for sale- First class com-
.f i >w IIt Reserves, Investments and Balances : 7S."U II) handwriting stating age. marital ditV>n. May be se4t at 33 4,N. Myr-
status, education at least 3 refer f'-Pt _Itrhg
.ACROSS THE STREET Total Proposed ExpendituresAnd ,fees, and your phone number to
t GAS SERVICE Reserves II'..!,....eo R..". MTrV.. Fla. Ur'lIr: "TED-"It@ Housekeeper who
-' needs boras like children. Salary.
II.. BCDGET FOR DISTRICT f A S PADS .
FROM SETZER'S WOMEN NEED COSMETICS Call or write' Dorothy Tttgbman.EArt .

THINK OF Taxes Reeelpfss Assessed '. :, 31.072.00 There b a tremendous demand for S-3 24. Palatka. Fla. 2tp>> 1-1

I SUDE -GAS CajlrBa.Unc Transfer ': 1It. <7r 00 AVON We have attractive 'open. FOR RENT-F ml.hed house and

"If You Don't Trade With Us We Both service station 2 ml X. Starke on
/ Total'. "Available Cash ud tug for capable women. Write l :OL Can WO ....41 after 5 p.m. ,

Lose Money" TANKS FROM'5 GALLONS TO IOOO'OR UP .' Current Receipts, !, 44.141.00 Strs. Quid C. Sweat, P. O. Box 3 rhr <.<

7 Ezpeaiitteesa 40.72I.OO 540. LIve Oak Florida. FOR RE\"T--4 room
tarnished house. I
PHONE WO 4-3551 Cash'.Balance: __ Li0.0 1 JU per mo. 2 miles from Urke to
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORA HOME\ AND "LAKE GENEVA \. .


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STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY JULY 30, 1959 \ -


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WY YYvY..m.mVVVyVVn. Sunday at the Blasingames were

L 7/ Ski Tourney I Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kenyon and
!
JL -- MELROSE ons of Ocala; Mr. and:: Mrs. O. L-

Hollow'ay and son of Alachua: and

Finishes Strong By Joyce Rolbhammcr :.11'. and Mrs. R. A. Dahlstrom and

I tvo children of Gamcs'ilie.f .
"'1t .:.......YYYYYWYYYYYYTT
f
Steven Williams, son or Mr.

After Slow StartThe Ever think it was impossible towrn I II j I aid Mrs. F. C. Williams. spent

I.I anything Mrs. S. H. Fisher but week with his grandparents.
will ,tell you it isn't. It could nap I MI. and Mrs. Steven Williams in
'Southern
Regional Water pen to 'ou-it did to her. She Is C'canrater.
Sri;:' Tournament came to a rousing
the proud Mr- and Mrs.
new owner ofa 1959 Shuler P. Cox and
finish at Keystone Heights Chevrolet simply because she filled family of Jacksonville came down

'fast Sunday afternoon after a an entry blank and dropped; it Sunday and got their son Johnny.

__,.. i disappointing: first two days when i-'to a box at Publix Market inGainesville. [Continued On Next Page)
crowds failed to materialize in
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: We're happy it happened -
expected numbers.
Sunday afternoon's -
1z
to such a wonderful person.
.,. attendance was good, however -
.. Joke and Carol
--- Rothhammet
: ..
>a r and,spectators were treatedto
I '" ''''.i! were both on the sick list last
s. a parade of dazzling feats in
'fI v.eek. It seems a lot of Melrosc
.- spite of choppy water
that handicapped -
people;: had the same thin wrong'ith
!k skiers in
some events. ,
\ them also. If they were any
L. Pictured above is the colorful
smoker than I was. I don't see how
scene on Lake Geneva
as "Jumpin -
they stood it.

; ?.Joe". ....Cash. .of. Sarasota former were sorry to hear that H. M | ANNUAL SUMMER
worm title Bolder soared. 114 feet
Y $ Grice is in the hospital. Also
r 1RI to. take first place in very
the men's
SWIM
sick is John Tyler. We wish, both PROGRAM
I jumping event. He failed to equal
of
them the best of luck in their
t, hi? previous'' ecord of 136 feet. 1 lerovery. STARTS

Cash also emerged from the
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Weeks and
v : three-day tourney with the over- three children from Birmingham. Monday, Aug. 3Ke'stone
all
championship for men.
r ..ts"a Alabama are spending about 9
Due to slack attendance on the BeachREGISTRATION'
week with
Mr. Weeks' brothers-
first: two days of the meet it is
in-law and sisters Mr. and Mrs.Forrest \ .
estimated that receipts will fall
E. Wilson and Mr. andMrs.
abnut $2.000 short of meeting expenses .
V. Y- Crawley.Mr .
8:30 10:30 A.M.:
-
for the weekend. Since the
and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley
4m tournament was underwritten by spent two days recently with Mr. Clashes for Beginners thru

.. .,. r 1'"'"",,-,' -_ :- a+ Keystone the shortage Heights will be business made up men by and vonville.Mrs. R. M.\ Turner in Jack- LifesavcrsInstruction

Kay Walrath, attractive and :also men's overall The trophy presentation was a the underwriters on a pro rated George P. I Chuck 1 Chiappini
in Southern of a barbecued chickens basis. The large array of trophies *
the
highlight
Queen! of the Water Ski Reg-J awarded spent last week with his brother
meet at Keystone Heights.i sponsored by the Keystone accounted for $1.100 of \nd sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Qtnt, is pictured as she jumpingevent awards winners await their I pper the total expense, and rent of the Francis

a trophy to Joe Cash of to receive trophies from] Rotary Club at the beach Saturday beach, another major item, was Mrs Mary Chiappini Chiappini and family.spent last by YMCA !

I
, winner of the men Walrath. Ituredl. |. nightGeoffrey Don Bright who placed secondin weekend I ski tournament. A brisk $400. weekend visiting; her son Maurice Personnel from Camp :

-- the senior men's jump event breeze all three days kept" spec- ST. ANN'S EPISCOPA"L Chiappini Maurice then drove her Immokalee '

makes a picturesque sight as he tators cool but made the water a CHURCH KEYSTONE to Bowman. Georgia to visit her

soars against a background of little too choppy for ideal skiing. Rev. M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar laughter. Mrs. Helen Dixon. *

clouds over Lake Geneva in the .. Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Communion Mr.\ and Mrs. Paul Chiappiniand
family visited Mr.
Chiappini'sbrother.
; 9:30 a. m.. Sunday
School; 9:30 a. m.. Morning Prayer Maurice last week. Program will be climaxedby
Mr and Mrs. J.D. Smith. Jr.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS and Sermon (Holy Communioneach
and children of Macon. Georgiaare a Rotary Club Sponsored
first Sunday; 6:30: p. m.
here for a week as guests of
By Mary K. Schaeffer Young People meet. Mr. and Mrs. W. Blasingame.. Fish Fry on Friday,
Holy Days-7:30: a. m.. Holy
Miss Nancy Chambless and Mrsi
Communion. Aug. 14 to finance
Ski Meet Is History family, reunion and the Baker Patricia Kell also of Macon visited program.
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T The Chamber of Commerce family reunion. YOU'LL LOVE Oe new Eater the Blasingames last week. d

r wishes to thank all committee. New Arrival brook pone-size fountain pens la pending the 'weekend were Mr. I J

.+ X- ...a3r workers as well as outside groups Mr..and Mrs. Robert W. Drakeof pastel shades. Only $&O> at Bradford and Mrs. S. T. Howze and son.\

and clubs who helped with the Silver Lake are the proud parents County Telegraph. irjiike. of Jacksonville. Spending

xx Southern Regional Water Ski of a daughter born Sunday

r ,Jat "iiP Tournament iast weekend. Almost morning July 26. in the Bradford
K every person in Keystone Heights County Hospital.Little Miss Drat

._ had some part in making the weighed .8 Ibs. 11. oz. at birth. MULTIROOM rJ JLIN&I

tournament an event to be rem- Mother and daughter are doing

r a embered. Some worked untiringly fine.

: : during the thl ee-day period oth Girb Enjoy; Camping Party

ers devoted much time and effort Kay Dennis and Lynda Gayle

.planning the tournament from Mcody were hostesses at a Camp- '
% 2
at HP
last February. j ing-and-slumbering party at the 14,500 BTU pan

Since it would be impossible to home of the latter on July 21. 22. '\;-

s I list all the names and many jobs The group enjoyed swimming,: COOL COMPORT-

} performed the Chamber wishesto skiing and -hiking. They were,also.I THROUGH

thank everyone and promisesto visited by a real live ghost.I I YOUR HOMEI

continue to work for the better- Guests at the party were Susan

\ ment of the community. Slade Sissy Howell. Susan Easter, I P Pcrwef'+ Plus-fa cool,ventiI .1b.V

Summer Recreation Program Sally Sink Linda Hildebran Janet late, exhaust stroke and odors,

A Tetherball tournament for Nichols. Donna Trawick Diane dehumidify, and filter the air. \ POWER+PLUS
! Firth. Dottie Dayton. Beverly
Wolfe Retains TitleGeoffry '
girls was started last Tuesday at
Chapman Barbara Blankenship, Compact new dimensions .
the with
Playground eight girls .
Betty: Lou Wainwright. Glenda beautiful modern .TWo- homeAIR
participating. Play-offs for first,
Wolfe [third from left] _served as a judge during .his! trick score was 2366.6 to Joe second and third places were Brown. Carolyn Ward and Anne speed fan, concealed controls t

successfully defended his trick. the three-day event. (Cash's 1,803. Geoffrey will com- held Monday and Tuesday. Girls MatthewsMr.. and Mrs. Chester all-direction cooling, low operating
Mcody and Mr. and Mrs.
Candy
championship at the Southern: The Wolfes until recently were I I pete in the Nationals at Laconia. competing are Janie McMurtry Dennis were chaperones. cost See it today! CONDITIONER
N. H. next month. Carol Campbell. Reba Hall and
Regional Water Ski Tournamentlast residents of Jacksonville and PersonalsMr. t
Warren and Javne Sue have Dianne Brokis.
weekend, and was runnerupto have weekend place on Silver A Shuffleboard Tournament for and Mrs. William M. Roun-
been skiing about a year and a
Joe Cash in the melts overall Lake. Mr. WoUe, connected with girls started Tuesday afternoon tree end daughter Susan have
half, and this year Warren tooka been visiting Mrs. Rountree's parents _.
scoring. the Navy has now been transferred following the Tetherball tourna- ; I
first in Junior Boys slalom. At
Col. and Mrs. John Mc- .
to Pensacola but they still
The 17-year-old wizard is pictured ,I Keystone he placed fifth in boystricks. ment-play off Dowall for four days. On August
prnd most weekends at the lake. The last in the scheduled
game .rs
above with other membersof i I : Jayne Sue has taken first 7. the Rountrees are leaving the
who has been skiing
Geoffrey Pony
League
games was played
the skim Wolfe all of in girls slalom, tricks and over- United States for Milan Italy, fora
family only two years, was eligible for Thursday afternoon in the park.
all weekend she
pointsLa..t won
whom played important parts in flu men's division for the first Keystone: doomed Florahome 2-1 short stay. From Milan they 265.QRIS
a third in junior girls tricks. will] '
to Pakistan
Karachi. where
the veekcnd tournament Warren time last weekend, having just with Bill Simmons pitching. Keystone go :
The Wolfe family is one of real they will make their home.
Wolfe deft) took in He established a new I new .
part the boys'events turned 17. is now tied for first placein ..
while Mrs. Wolfe served as world's record for tricks two "togetherness" and their attractive the League. This same team Mr. Rountree has recently been ".w..a. ww..."
Beach in the Silver Lake cottage looks like appointed U. S. ,Ambassador to
scnrer-sccretary and Jayne Sue weeks ago at Delray played a play-off game with Johnson -
entered junior girls'events.. Wil- Florida State Tournament with a a sporting goods: store, with their Tuesday afternoon to decide Pakistan.Mr. .

liam Wolfe the father I not picTERWILLEGAR- score of 2,518 points. At Keystone trophies and skiing equipment. whether Keystone ends the seasonin and Mrs. O. F. DesRocher .
have returned to their home in .
first or second place. The winner ''-f: Installs easily in window transom
Miami after spending a week With of wal
TRINITY EPISCOPAL will play in an All Star game. blrsNell 1

CHURCH, MELROSE Results, will be posted on the Play- Grayson on Brooklyn A real "power-house" priced to fit your bvdgttfWIQN1D
"jay.Last
Sunday the DesRochers;
ground Bulletin Board. The, Recreation ,
Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar R
Mrs. A.F Manering, Mrs. Dorothy
Board will meet at 7:30
MOTORS Sunday-10 a. nx, Sunday Sherman and Mrs. Grayson spent
School; 11:15: a. m.. Morning o. m-, Thursday July 30, at the [Continued On Next Pace] '

Prayer and Sermon [Holy Com Clay Elec. Co-cp. ( COMING IN 5 MINUTES
Rotary Swimming ProgramTo
munion each first Sunday]; 7:30p. : .

m. Young People meet. Start Health Facts -
NEW FORDSAND Holy Days-10 a. m. Holy Com The Annual Rotary Swimming -
munion.CO.MMUXITY. Instructions will begin next Monday / 1

Aug. 3 at 9 a- m. at Keystone 1. Accidents, jolt, Strains and 1 1-I,41fJpoabI6

CHURCH Beach. Y. M. C. A. Instructors will bruises produce spinal misalignments

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS conduct the swimming lessons which in tarn produce llUVepl"elS1U1'L ) .

A-l 1. USED CARSWE Dr.. Albert C. Holt. Minister( I nich will run for two weeks. j.. AIR CONDITIONER gl:

)Its J. L. Hetherington Children and adults are both 'invited 2. Nerve pressure produce faulty

Organist and Choir Director to sign up for these free function in aay ,organ' of the t e %' VCMYTHIMO YOU .rtiLD'V

Sunday School 9 a. m. Morning swimming instructions on Monday human body. for easy do-h-yoandf itwtaJIaSon b h the ertc4
3. Drags do not correct the f '
Worship 10 m. during July morning at the Beach. Half the size half the vetgfat SERVICE Gold Head Still Breaking Records Kpinal misalignment; they onlyPaSe
and August.St. males. to sooo 8N boar
1 Up
the per
This past Sunday 3.916 visitors pets temporarily and invariably

William's Catholic Chapel roke Gold Head Branch State I. distort the function of I ... 8 _: .-.J.

Park's record of attendance. This other organs dove to&tf...
Keystone Heirhti waTMtujpa.I..
*' 1195.00 ;
WHAT WE SELL Sunday Masa at 8:30: a. m. was the largest single day attend 4. Your (Chiropractor. is a specialist Step cool tonottU_ ,1 SAVE : ". : -
recorded. theta ( in ramtlng nerve u .
Holyday Mass at 7:00 a.,.. once ever breaking pressure.Remember .
Tuesday Mass at 8:00:: a. m. ?t record of 3.664 made on June II IIH. there? ''is no substitute . .

Confessions before an Masses of this year. ( for a'spiral adjustment. It ..

Baptisms, marriages and Instructions A great many folks who attended I. can restore health after everything Where Service Is Assured".REDFEARN'S

Check with by appointment. the Water Ski Tournament in else has failed.

V Keystone Heights last weekend decided Bring' your health problems to
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: night
to spend Saturday in

Clyde Terwillegar. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. the park. The Camping area at Dr...R..3 G. .BellingerChiropractic

R. Smith :pastor. Raipn tendance did not Quite reach the Offices '

Copeland Minister of Music and 272 record made on July 4 week .
TODAY church organist. end. Ground space was beginning 42f. X. Watart tit

Services: Sunday School 9:4'5a. to get a little scarce,however-TheSojourners' Pboae WO -281 Starker .
m. Morning Worship/-11 a. m.
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206 ,V. MADISON ST. Club of Jacksonville '
Training Union 7 p. m. Evening NAS brought their families with 728 E. rmlrerrftyPhone Your Hotpoint Dealer for 14 Years
Phone WO services 8 p. m.
4-3381 Starke, Fla. them on Saturday There *were ixBS CMMrtB*
"Make church worship,a familyaffair. two family reunions in the: park
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOMF LAKE GENEVA




STABKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 30. 1959 \ \
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Sunday at the
.i' Ski Blasingames were
Tourney Mr and Mrs. Rex Kcnyon and
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MELROSE *ons of Ocala: Mr- and Mrs.\ O. L-

Holloa! and son of Alachua and

w Finishes Strong i By joyce Rolhhammcr I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dahlstrom and
tv o children of Gainesville.
::Rm .,y ?,,,' ?yyTyyym
I II Steven Williams
L After son or Mr.
Slow
StartThe 1 i Ever think it was impossible town aid Mrs.\ F. C. Williams spent

't ti Yr !1 : anvthing? Mrs. S. H. Fisher bl*t week with his grandparents.Mr. .

I will tell you it isn't. It could hap and Mrs. Steven Williams In

Ski Tournament Southern Regional Water j pen to you-it did to her. She Is C'carwater-
came to a rous-
ing finish at Keystone Heights j{t the pi cud new owner of a 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Shuler P. Cox and
'Chevrolet simply} because family of Jacksonville
!Mst Sunday she filII came down
afternoon
after
a
I led an entry blank and dropped it Sunday and got their son. Johnny
disappointing first
two days when
cods failed to materialize in:'nto I a box at Publix Market in (Continued On Nest Pace)

:....h__ expected numbers. Sunday after- Gainesville. We're happy it happened -
1C to such
a wonderful
person.
noon's attendance was good however -
NY and\\spectators Joke and Carol Rothhammet
f were treatedto
I r r were both on the sick list last '- -
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a parade of dazzling feats in I
: f.eek. It seems: a lot of Melrose Ji.
.spite of choppy water that handi-
d people had the
same thins: wrong
capped skiers in
some events.
n-'th them also. If theywere
Pictured above is the colorful anysirfcer t,($
than I was.: I don see how
:cene on Lake Geneva
j as "Jump
t. they stood it. .
ing Joe" Cash of
Sarasota. former
tr We're sorry to hear that II. M ANNUAL SUMMER;
world title holder, soared. 114 feet
) } Grice is in the ho.:,pital 1. Also very
i
to. take first place in the men'sjumping
p4 SWIM !
sick is John Tyler. We wish both PROGRAM
event. He failed
to
equal
)1 them the best of luck in theiijerovery.
hip previous- ; ecord of 136 feet. STARTS I
Cash also] emerged from the
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Weeks and

v : f all three-day championship tourney for with men.the over- three Alabama children from Birmingham. Monday, Aug. 3

are spending about
II
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Due to slack attendance the
on
CoachREGISTRATION
week Keystone
with Mr. Weeks' brothers
first two days of the meet it is
in-law
and sisters. Mr. and Mrs.
: estimated that receipts will fall
Forrest E. Wilson and Mr. and
about $2.000 short of meeting ex Mrs. V.
Y-
ls Crawley.Mr .
8:30 -10:30 A.M.
penses.for the weekend. Since the
and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley
tournament was underwritten by spent two days recently with Mr. Classes: for Beginners thru
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f--. ..-. .. __ -........,.. "W ....... the Kejstone Heights business men. and Mrs. RM.. Turner in Jack- Lifesavers
shortagenIl" be
7 $ k a made up by conviJIe.
and also men's overall The trophy presentation was a the underwriters on a pro rated
Kay Walrath, attractive blonde. event George P. f Chuck
I of barbecued chickens basis. The large array of trophies Chiappinij/
Queen of the Water Ski Tourna- champion in the Southern Reg- highlight a spent last week with *
ional meet at Keystone Heights.i awarded accounted for $1,100 of:
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sponsored by the Keystone *rd sister-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs.
pper
xntnt, is pictured as she presentsa
Other awards winners await their I I the total expense and rent of the
trophy to Joe Cash of Sarasota, turn to receive trophies from I]Rotary Club at the beach Saturday beach, another major item was Fiancis.Mrs Mary Chiappini Chiappini and family.last Instruction by YMCA

winner of the men Jumping: j night. $400. spent
Queen Walrath. Don Bright, who placed secondin I weekend ski tournament. A brisk weekend visiting her son, Maurice Personnel from Camp

-- --- the senior men's jump event I breeze all three days kept spec- ST. ANN'S EFISCOPAt. ChiappinL! Maurice then drove her Immokalee

makes a picturesque sight as he tators cool but made the water a CHURCH KEYSTONE to Bowman. Georgia to visit her

soars against a background of little too choppy for ideal skiing. Rev M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar laughter Mrs. Helen Dixon. *

clouds over Lake Geneva in the Sunday-7:30 a. m. Holy Com Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chiappini
and family visited Mr.
Chiappini's
munion; 9:30: a. nu Sunday
brother MauTice. last week.Mr will be climaxedby
School 9:30 Program
; : a. m. Morning Prayer -
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS and MrsJ...D. Smith. Jr.
; x and Sermon (Holy Communioneach
IL t first Sunday; 6:30 p. m. and children of Macon. Georgiaare a Rotary Club Sponsored -
here for a week as guests of
By Mary K. SchaefferSki Young People meet. Mr. and Mrs. W. WBlasingame.. Fish Fry on Friday,
t Holy Days-7:30: a. m, Holy
Miss Nancy Chambless and Mrs.
dta !
Communion. Aug. 11 to finance
Meet Is History family reunion and the Baker Patricia Kell also of Macon. pro-
VisIt-j
The Chamber of Commerce family reunion. YOU'LL LOVE U.. new Peter ed the Blasingames last .do.
gram.
wishes to thank all its committee New Arrival brook pone-size fountain pens In spending the weekend, were Mr. I

workers as well as outside groups Mr..and Mrs. Robert W. Drakeof pastel shades. Only fSJMi at Bra<< and Mrs. S. T Howze and son,

and clubs who helped with the Silver; Lake are the proud parents ford County Telegraph. Duke of Jacksonville. Spending .

1 Southern Regional Water Ski of a daughter born Sunday
r d
j Tournament last weekend. Almost morning July 26. in the Bradford
.i every person in Keystone Heightshad County Hospital.Little Miss Drake .

W some part in making the weighed .8 )lbs 11 oz. at birth. MULTI-ROOM rJf U

;,i' r 's.-- tournament an event to be rem- Mother and daughter are doing

,t' r 4W embered. Some worked untiringly fine.
s during the thiee-day period, others Girls Enjoy Camping Party

: devoted much time and effort Kay Dennis and Lynda Gayle

,., planning the tournament from Mcody were hostesses at a Camp-
,
4f 2 HP
]last February. ing-and-slumbering party at the 14,500 BTU PERil

:z,1 Since it would be impossible to home of the latter on July 21. 22. ,.

J list all the names and many jobs The group enjoyed swimming COOL COMPORT-

performed the Chamber wishesto skiing and hiking. They werealso, ALL THROUGH

thank everyone and promises visited by a real live ghost. YOUR HOMEI .

to continue to work for the better- Guests at the party were Susan I

ment of the communitY Slade Sissy Howell. Susan Easter, I f PoWer 4- PIus-Io"I.-.nfi.,

Summer Recreation ProgramA Sally Sink. Linda Hildebran, Janet I. late, exhaust snoke and odors, _

, I Tetherball tournament for Nichols. Donna Trawick, Diane dehumidify and filter the air. \ POWER+PLUS
Firth Dottie Dayton. Beverly
Geoffrey Wolfe Retains Tide girls was started last Tuesday at Chapman. Barbara Blankenship. Compact new dimensions.: .'' .
the Playground with eight girls
Betty Lou Wainwright Glenda beautiful modem styling.TWo- homeAIR
participating. Play-offs for first
Geoffry Wolfe third from left lured), served as a judge during ,I.his. trick score was 2,366.6 to Joe second, and third places were Brown Carolyn Ward and Anne speed fan, concealed controls ,

successfully defended his trick the three-day event. |[Cash's 1,903. Geoffrey will com- held Monday and Tuesday. Girls Matthews- Mr. and Mrs. Chester all-direction low opcrating *
I
Mcody and Mr. and Mrs. Candy
championship at the Southern The Wolfes until recently were ]}pete I in the Nationals at Laconia competing are Janie McMurtry, Dennis were chaperones. cost. See E CONDITION
'i N. H. next month. Carol Campbell. Reba Hall and ,
Regional Water Ski Tournamentlast icjidents of Jacksonville andhave PersonalsMr. r
Warren and Javne Sue have Dianne Brotos.
weekend and was runnerupto a- weekend place on Silver A Shuffleboard Tournament for and Mrs. William M. Roun-
been skiing about a year and a tree and daughter Susan have
Joe Cash in the men's overall Lake. Mr. Wolfe, connected with girls started Tuesday afternoon
half, and this year Warren took
been visiting Mrs. Rountree's parents -
scoring. the Navy has now been transferred following the Tetherball tourna-
to Pensacola. but they still j.a first in Junior Boys slalom. At CoL, and Mrs. John Mc-
off .
The 17-year-old wizard is pictured I p I Keystone he placed fifth in boys ment-play Dowall. for four days. On August
most weekends at the lake. ,
spend The last game in the scheduled
above with other membersof I i i tricks. Jayn Sue has taken first 7. the Rountrees are leaving the
who has been skiing
Geoffrey Pony League games was played
the skim;? Wolfe family, all of only two years was eligible forth in girls slalom tricks and over- Tnursday afternoon in the park. United States for Milan. Italy fora
all Last weekend she
points. won
short stay. From Milan they
whom played important parts in men's division for the first Keystone downed Florahome 2-1 265.QftIS
a third in junior girls tricks.
wiU to Karachi. Pakistan where
the veckcnd tournament. Warren time last weekend, having just with Bill Simmons pitching. Key go
The Wolfe family is one of real they will make their home.
Wolfe I Hefti I took part in the boys' turned 17. He established a new stone is now tied for first place, new

"> events, while Mrs. Wolfe served as world's record for tricks two "togetherness" and their attractive in ,the League. This same team Mr. Rountree has recently been

scorer-secretary, and Jayne Sue weeks ago at Delray Beach in the Silver Lake cottage looks likea played a play-off game with Johnson appointed U. S. Ambassador- to

entered junior girls'events.. William Florida State Tournament with a sorting goods store with their Tuesday afternoon to decide Pakistan.Mr. .

Wolfe the father (not pic- score of 2,518 points. At Keystone trophies and skiing equipment. whether Keystcne ends the seasonin ; and Mrs. G. F. DesRocher .
have returned to their home in .
"\ first or second place. The winner -I Miami after spending a week with 'N' Installs easily in window, transom, Of waK?
TRINITY EPISCOPAL will play in an All Star game. .

CHURCH MELROSE Results will be posted on the Play-tflisNell Grayson on Brooklyn] A real "power-house" priced to fit your bodgetl
"jay. Last
Sunday the DesRochers.Mrs. .
ground Bulletin Board. The, Recreation ,
Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar
A. F.Manerinz. Mrs. Dorothy
WMOTORSNEW Sunday-10 a. m, Sunday D. Board will July meet 30 at at 7:30 the I I Sherman and Mrs. Grayson spentrContinuf'd
m. Thursday ,
School; 11:15 a. m, Morning On Next Page iNTa
Prayer and Sermon Holy Com- Clay Elec. Co-cp. e OOtIt1C1N5MINUTESlhtpnportabth

munion each first Sunday]; 7:30 Rotary Swimming Program

p. m. Young People meet. To Start Health .

FORDSAND Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy Com The Annual Rotary Swimming Facts -

munion.COMMUNITY. Instructions will begin next Monday +

Aug. 3 at 9 a. m. at Keystone 1. Accidents jolt, Strains and

CHURCH Beach. Y. M. C. A. Instructors will bruises produce spinal misalignments 4
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. conduct the swimming lessons which hi tarn produce nerve

A-l 1. USED CARSWE .. Albert C. Holt MinisterMrs. hich will run"for two weeks. pressures. $. ). % AIR CONDITIONER 3 1

J. L. Hetherington Children and adults are both invited %. Nerve pressure produce faulty ""'
to sign for these free. function in of the r :- "Vt'
Organist and Choir Director up any organ I VCftYTHIMO YOU M
"Sunday School 9 a. m. Morning swimming instructions on Monday human body v 1.1 for easy do-it-yvaraelf mstaflatfoB fc ii the etrfaci

Worship 10 m. during July morning at the Beach. $. Drag do not correct the Half the size tuff the weight c* aloof Other 1-bp
SERVICE Gold Head Still Breaking Records spinal misalignment: they enly
and fnxirL .
August. Up IQ 6000 BTU pei boot
This past Sunday 3.916 visitors ease the gala temporarily and invariably '

Si. Wil Iam'a Catholic Chapel broke Gold Head Branch State distort' the function of tyke II l "' ..- _. ,-d...

Keystone Heights Park's record of attendance. ThISwas other organs. Ao-- today... s ;. ..r0, :

WHAT WE SELL Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. the largest single day attendance 4. Your Chiropractor. is a specialist S".p cod tQnfglttJ_ fP' 195.00 SAVE--U: coq.

Holyday Mass at 7:00 a.... ever recorded. breaking the In l'm1et1ag"Ilene pressure :
Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. last record of 3.664 made on June Remember .- there1 is no sub-. ,

Confessions before an Masses 14. of this year.A Mitute for a spinal adjustment. It ...

Baptisms, marriazea and Instructions great many folks who attended can mrrtore"hf'tLIth after everything "Where Service Is Assured"REDFEARN'S

Check with by appointment. the Water Ski Tournament in else has failed.

'v Keystone Heights last weekend de Bring your health problems to

I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH cided to spend Saturday night in

Clyde Terwillegar. KEYSTONE.HEIGHTSJ. the park. The Camping area. at. Dr. H. G. Bollinger

R. Smith, pastor. Raipn tendance did not quite reach the Chiropractic Offices
Copeland Minister of Music and 272 record made on July 4 week '
TODAY church organist. 42< N. Walnut St.
end. Ground space was beginning .
Services: Sunday School 9:45a. to gef little scarce however./The Phone \\0US1 Stub .

206 \V. MADISON ST. m. Morning Worship. a. m. Sojourners Club of Jacksonville or .

Training Union 7 p. m. Evening NAS brought their families withthem 728 E. University Your Hotpoint Dealer for 14 Years

Phone WO 4-3381 Starke Fla. senices 8 p. m. on Saturday. There were Phone 6-32J8 Gateecrflto

"Make church worship a family two family reunions in the park 20 Yean Experience PHONE'9391 KEYSTONE
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"!".....n..vv.ne.v.r weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mann. and family. The two families differently. Children are apt to Jacksonville will assist Rev. Bill Willie Wilson, Mrs. J. L. Turner, practiced medicine in Andover Dr. Clart:'was a member of the
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS Winston J. Rogers and daughters have all sorts of interesting things learn them word for word; adultson Breyfogle with his duties this Mrs. A. W. Sikes. Nursery Depart- I Ohio for many years. On retir- Masonic Lodge "Order of Eastern

Neva and Melissa of Live planned for their vacation, in- the other hand are- apt to summer MfoK attend the Uni- ment: Mrs. Rudolph Dampier. ing he and Mrs. Clark, the former Star and Presbyterian church..
Oak called on Mr. Roger's mother. cK'dmg several boat .trips. ignore them' We know a certain Ywsity of the South Sewannee,'.Superintendent; Mrs. Dean Bernice Warner, who survives BuriaVwflt:i in Andover where

''', Mrs. C. W. Rogers Saturday.Mr. Miss Martha Ann Livingston of man in our town whose wife Tennessee and has one more year .Crouch, Mrs. Marvin Odom, Mrs. him. came to live in Melrose. a Masonic-service will be held.
M4 UAJoU.a..a..a..a..a..a..I., and Mrs. R. F. Simmonsleft Jacksonville Beach was the week- made muffins the other evening, to attend I I Harry Jackson. Jr.,.and. Mrs. Ada where. theyJia r lad&th&i.I. DeWitt C: Jones'SsrvicjRs, Inc.

Continued From Page 71 Saturday to go to North Car- end guest of Jir\J ana Mrs. Louis and by mistake. used Perma The Trinity. Episcopal Churchwill I[Foid. for. five! }eai's: I'was in c aiie-arrangements.
olina to visit Mr. Simmons' brother Kyle. Martha Anna former resident Starch instead of mIlk. He had Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ford took
start having Fan.Night at the
the day at White Springs and the who is seriously ill. enjoyed the ski tournament eaten one before the error was : Mrs. Ada Ford -Jacksonville to I
Parish House Friday July 31. All KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE
Stephen Foster Memorial. firs Bob Bishop and daughter the Summer Recreation Program, discovered. Now he.hears a certain visitMr. and Mrs: D. M.' Grant,,
young people of the communityare
. and Community Church Open commercial with, dismay, because Then Mrs. Ford and the Grants-1
E. Wiggins
Mr. and Mrs. G. gins.Ward invited to attend from 7:30 p. Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing& Shoes
have had a lot of company m the A. Bessette has retired House during her stay. "Perma Starch doesn't washout m. until 9:30 p. m. went.to.Love"- whereMr* Ford]

past weeks: Mr. and Mrs. Sam after 20 years of service with the Lt. and :Mrs. Garrett G. Roosma !" Daily VacationBible School 'vsited-her two sisters and two 1: ... -- SPOKES WEAR A SPEOALTZ. )

Suzie and U. S. Navy, and with his family of Fort Rucker Ala.. spent the I: July 12 was a day for celebra- I brothers. ,
McCord and children will start at the Episcopal Church Keystone HeightsIleneF13st T,Otmltr
. Marguerite of Rochester N. Y.; I'' is making his permanent home on weekend with Mrs. Roosma's aunt tion up on Tower ,Hill, this yearend August 10th and .continue Mrs. Lulu Carter and daughter '- -:." -. .'" =----' --" '" -
Lake Echo. Miss; Cleva Carson. The Roosmaswere of'FtMyers recently visited Mrs.Carter's .
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. Mr. and Mrs. W B. Goodloe and other years because:on.,that through'the*15th. Hours will beannoanced' -
children Bucky and George of Penny Lee Bessette small married about three weeks day, Mrs. Alma Blizzard, .Ernest t a later date. --mother, Mrs. Georgia ., 1
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. Staunton Va.; and Lt. and Mrs.I daughter of the Ward Bessettes spent ago at 6 West and a Point.half They at both the Betts?and Cathy Brault.\were aHa EJian Baptist:Chtanh Jones sic, and.. brother, Otis. -'"Ford.,, New Subdivision

Allen Headley and children Ellen has returned to her family aftera years year older Three people livingin The.Vacation Bible School heW '. .
. and Barbara of Jacksonville. Mrs- year as a patient at Shriners' American School in Heidelberg three houses= In.a. row. and Commencement exercises- Hospital in Greenville. S. C. She Germany.Mr whose names .all begin With f B.. 4 JUST OPENED. pN
former Virginia
M Cord is the Eiara Baptist Church Wednesday: MetR -
Wiggins. Mrs. Goodloe is the for- would be happy to have her and Mrs. Robert Burton of were all born on July 12. Coinci July.22. L se S.E jJ. : i

mtr Edwina Wiggins and Mrs. friends to come visit her. Narrows. Va., were recent visitorsof dence. Pupils from the different departments ...... . L'i LAKE FBO"T, :Ts Gator r Bone;
Headley Is the former Ann Wig- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton on Dr. Paul Ron flew here, from .sang sonffls'said pray L&.a..I..I. .I..a..&.& .a.A L.I..I..I..I..1. \ -J. e
his Mrand Peters and daughter Pam of Lake Keystone. Mrs. Burton is Mr.Sutton's .
with grandparents Pittsburgh last weekend to see ErS'1U1' gave redtat1ons.'Tbe'CODgngaUon' (Continued from Page 7) Near Keystone Heights
Mrs. C. L. Mann. When the Coxes Plantation Fort Lauderdale, are sister. his wife and three children,;, taM also ,joined in some oftheo'sfngfng j' .; .
SANDY BEACHESNice
returned they left another son. spending these two weeks with Mrs. Leon Ridaught was expected to be here for the last day of the ; whohas been spending sometime ,. GOOD
Shuler here to spend a couple of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dye, Jr., home this week after being in Ski Tournament. t 1-.ReT. Ray StecTham. Vacation 'Shade -' Large Lots
Carol of Orlando came last weekto
--- Bradford County Hospital for sur Mr. and pars Ed Cooneen, Mr.Conneen's Bible School Principal, gave the I $2,275 TO $2,575
Welcome and also presented! get Judy Bishop who has been 20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY
gery.We are happy to know that Miss sister Margaret Con- Worker's Certificates. Presentation the guest of Miss Gayle Cross for '
YOUR
ON LOT
HOME Mabel Kummer neen, the Conneen's son Peter;and twoweeks."Guests .- S. E. MgKATREAt1OR.
is much better of Pupil's Certificates was .
..Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reid and family of Mr. and Mrs C: _i
after a recent illness. made. Mrs. Willie Wilson, Beginners
: by
: took their boats' to Crescent Bhtleman'"-, then- -II t.-'Ph0ft8.3: 71' ;2
DOWNBy Misses Pat are Hei hts
and Keystone
NO MONEY Phyllis Tomaino Beach last launched ; Mrs.' Rudolph Dampier, .. ..L4511;:: I
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returned to their home in Chicagoon 'them"and Tuesday Nursery department; Mrs. T. A.- Mr& McGInty and 'ch11dret Meiuda .._.-JIehVi ::5 Jr ;%968.____..
went via inland
the
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; Catherine.and; 'A.1dYof
: Toney Builders, Inc. LOW 4 AIf? Tuesday after spending a G om, .Primaries; Mrs.' Ralph .
waterway to St. Augustine, where Atlanta.'Qa. and granddaughters,
three-week vacation with Mr. and I( MathewsJuniors: ;- Mr ..-M\ C.
BOX 106 l4/3 UP they ate lunch. They returned to
Mrs. Joe Daurer. : King.Interm U.ates. 'Be1edictionwas Phyis.-and Ruth Berkleman, also
Bowling Green, Fla. Ao T.V. commercials affect people Crescent Beach and enjoyed -given by E B. Perry. IFbIlowinr Atlanta.. Mr. McGinty will join
in the ,. .
swimming .ocean. the'grouplater.Mr r.
: the program refreshments *
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Donnelly and *:and Mrs Evans Spires-and
served and handiworkwas
OTICE TO were
CONTRACTORS
Scaled bids will be received at 1 children Jimmy and Mary returned displayed; ; family left Friday for a vacation

the Florida Highway Patrol Station Saturday, fiom, their vacation The-- .'B:'S. had an enrollment :in Miami.- y
wartment Palatka Florida of Public by the Safety State until De- during which time they visited of. ,:106 pupils Wits an. average at. i 1MI': and Mrs.. Cecil .Harriscf = f

10.00 A. M:: EST. August 14. 1959. Mr. Donnelly's fatherJames, .tP. tendance of80.: with.the,best attendance Welaka recently visited Mrs. Har: .. .. ,
for Patrol the Station.construction Starke.of a Florida Highway, in Donnelly, Sr,, and Jua's-brother, t ,being'.Wfor one'day' rls'! parents, Mr. and Mrs.- R. M. "J -: t.0': ;:-:ltI'f'f .-". '

i accordance with plans and specifi-I: Joe Donnelly in .TruabuU, Conn. Thei group enjoyed/'a,' plcnl anltswmm1ng.part1 csso 1. r: d : w>personalized
rations prepared by Prentiss Hud-; They also visited Mrs. Donnelly's -Mrn solid UTS.,'Pant Howtll and
at thehome of
and lesion Engineers.: and Associates. Architects,I parents, Mr. and ..Mrs Harvey. Mr.and Mrs. M. C. King the final chnorear Paula'.'and'Mike; ,leftThursday attention.to ,.. Each bidder will be held to have I Brackin in Kcnnett .Square Pa .: for their home In Silver needs
day'of tV.B. SVB.JS : t.>:: > banking
examined the site and satisfied him- '. your
.. Maryland, after -'visit
self .... ', ,' Springs a
as to all conditions, dimensions, .Mr. .and- Mrs Richard Crowefl Pac 'fm:1uded.Frin- .
I faculties, etc. and to have examined and,son Philip .Hanover, N. H, cipalv! Rev.vB.cRay Stedhftmj Associate with:Mr.and Mrs,Be P. Simmons.Mr. .

'" the the work plans to be and done specifications and satisfied have been spending. two' weeks -*(GeneralJr. a! Perry; I and Mrs. J. W. Brown and So many of, lifo's .prpblejns, seem concernedwith
hl.npelf as to conditions of the contract with Mrs. dowell'st; t parents, CoL Associate:(Gen;"-6ec.J,Mrs. !Clarenceu son ot Panama City are visiting

This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $ Each bidder will submit his proposal aiid.Mrsi_ David,, N sop,." """, C.I Perry?-PianfativMrs BJ Ray Mrs Mrs. H.IL Brown's Grice-parents,._ Mr. and ; (he reed for.ready,cash to meet a
945 on the Form of Proposal cop Mis.. Ruth.Ohlson'has:.just returned Sfcedhain; Refiwnment. Chairman. t unexpected
ied t.lnJ his letterhead duly signed. Mrt >E.: VC Steinert. Mr. and Mrs. Andy; Dunk have sudden emergency* to grasp. an. .
(Without Each Bid shall he accompanied bya from a. seven week trip
Carporte) certified cashier's check in the during which she visited friends Teachers in the departmentwere returned from a trip through the opportunity. When sueh a need arises I.t la
Many Models to Choose From amount of five cent of the bid
Write for Free Folder per and.relatives in Chicago Milwaukee : IntermediateDepartment: Smokies. They also spent a week
which
will be returned when the
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contract is executed or the proposalis and St...PauL Mrs. MV.C. King Superintendent" visiting Mrs.*Dunk's grandmother' your life,,we trope that..you will think of out
Place Florida rejected. Duplicate Bridge Mrs Ruth'' Jackson,'.Mrs.. W.. O. Mrs J. RUdder..'- : ,/
Any in Same Low Price
examined Plans and at the specifications Florida Highway may be Winners of the Melrose Duplicate Preston, Mrs. .Howard Morris, Mr.-mod"Mrs::.'Glynnf-'Rothham- 1 bank as.the place(O borrow BMOCJT AA reasonable -

I alrol Office, Palatka. Florida. Bridge Club were: high, Mrs. Mrs. John Regan, and Miss Annatee. mer'afid family and Mr.-'and Mrs. ,
(NO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) Copies be of obtained plans and from specificationsmay the Department Alice Ketchum and Mrs. Helen Junior Department: Mrs Eugene x 'EasterHng-and* family interest rates, and on convenient terms

Local of Public Safety; Neil Kirkman Phelps; second high, Mrs. Mary Ralph Mathews Superintendent; spent last Sunday. at St.Augustine I.
RepresentativeRAY PjiildinK.! Tallahassee Florida. upon Mansfield Mrs. H. O. Williams. Mrs. Harvey Beacltf\ s, -e* ft x jp
payment of 115.00. Cook and Miss Sally ; IThEW .KEYSTONE( STATE
The successful bidder will be required third high,Mrs.Roland Bryan and Finn, Mrs. Dick Logsdon Miss Commander J. E.Westmorelandcf'Jackscnvflle
D. FORTH bond! and to payment furnish bond a performance satisfactoryto Mrs. John Moore. The.women of I Jean Strickland,Mrs. John Harpe; spent Pr1Qay-with I
the State of Florida in the amount Melrose are invited to attend I Miss Joy Morris and Miss Brendi Mr.-and Mrs';.-'r.-Y. Crawley. A Friendly e BankJa >;ErieDdlyvCommnnltyKeystone
. Highway 21 Phone 4123 of one hundred per cent of these bridge games every Tuesday McGuire. Primary Department: Scott Carl dirk 9' i -

- .the The contract.Owner reserves the right to morning at 10:00 a. m. So bringa Mrs. T. A. Odcm, Superintendent -ScottCarl? Clark..MJ), tt..of I ,Heights* FIa.i .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. rej.rt any or all bids. sandwich and enjoy yourself. Mrs. E. B. Perry Mrs- Truman Mebro6.'.dJett'b Starn-BnspitBJ.
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OF INTENTION
NOTICE
Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- spent the day with her brother
-Tv V7VYVYI'VYVVVYVYYVYVVVVV parents TO REGISTER FICTITIOtS *AXE Range 22 Cast and containing P. D. REDDISH SHERIFFof : 11. 1959. the following described on or thereunder.
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Kinney. Other Sunday guests of Earl Starling of Jacksonville. lIiotl.ce.ie hereby given that the one (1) acre of land. more or Bradford Count Florida I. lands in Bradford County The Trustees of the Internal Im-
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.' Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. undersigned under the' provisions lesa. all lying and being in Bradford .. Carmichael & Avera Florida, to-wit: phosphate, minerals and metaU and
GRAHAM the McKinneys were their son and of Chapter 20.9 3. Laws of Ftorld County. Florida.A Attorneys for Louis Nelson I Government Lots 7. 8. NVi of 9 provement Fund reserve the right
Kate Starling were her soninlawand *nf N% of 11, Section 59. Township to reject and all bids.
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. V. Arts of 1841 wiirregisterwith the \ the property of, the above 1/li_ 4t M; .any ?
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clerk of the Circuit Court- IB and named defendant and that on the -' ( South Range 20 East BY ORDER of the Trustees of the
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Mn. John McEianeyLAAAAAAhAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAA 1.,. McKInney of Gainesville. Ortages and grandson. Kenneth for Bradford County, Florida upon 7th 'day of September. 1959. at 12 245 85: acres. Internal Improvement Fund of the
I receipt of proof publication of o'clock noon fct the. South dour of Tailaka..ee. FUrUa The Purchaser: Is required to pay State of Florld&-l":
Mr. and Mrs. Elige Strickland,.Starling of Jacksonville. I this notice the fictitious name of the Court House in Bradford County. OTICE the advertising bill and documentary LeRoy Collins, Governor
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefever had Lakeland last week visit- Offset Printing Co.. under which Florida I will offer for sale Notice is hereby given that the stamps. Attest: Van Ferguson, Director:
of were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stricklandand I t am engaged in business at 8M and sell to the highest bidder for Trustees of ,the Internal Improvement The sale, if and when made. shall Trustees I. I. Fund
as guests recently her mother,lors of Mrs. Strickland's sister, Temple Ave, Starke. Florida. cash. in hao.-the above. described Fund of the State of Florida,.be subject to the Trustees reservingunto Starting bid $1500 per acre!
Mrs. Carl Jones and her niece daughter of Miami visited'in Mary on B. Arnold. 70S E. SouthSt property, as the property of said pursuant to law. will offer for.sale. themselves 75 per cent of the 7-9 St $-T
Mrs. Emma Heber and brother- -
this community last week. Mrs. Starke Fla., owner.
and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cain. Dated this 23rd day of July A.
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Strickland is the sister of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff hadas D. 1939 at Starke Bradford County, -
Vernon Harley Starling and Mr. Strick- I Florida.
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Massingale of Indianapolis guests Saturday their son and 8U .
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Jones and the cousin of Mrs. -
Massingale enjoyed deep-sea fishing '
Walter Ratliff and daughter
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at Cedar Key. Janet. Sunday their son Colen and I Horace Cain. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME '

Mrs. Bill Martin and three children his wife and son Junior of Gainesville Mrs. Beatrice Masses and children Notice I if.'hereby given- that the ill@t[
undersigned under the provisions of ; ;
Richard. Catherine and Patricia were dinner guests. of Tampa spent Monday i Chapter 28.952. Laws of Florida < : s
of Tampa are visiting her Mrs. Beatrice Hines recently with her aunt, Mrs. Kate Starling.Mr. Arts of'1941 will- register.wlth( the j.
of the' Circuit in and
Clerk Court
and Mrs. Horace Cain and for Bradford County, Florida upon I I : .:W.
daughter. Sharon and Mr. and receipt of. proof of publication of i : ; 01 .t.. .,
Factory PricesOne Mrs. Leo Dyal spent Sunday in this Moench notice Appliances the fictitious under which name we of .. 'I' n" :> Snu: I

Hawthorne and Island Grove
are ..engaged la 'business at >220 E. .114Jj : ;
Mrs. Elzie Kune of Palatka was Washington :St., Starke Fla.
K. B.&: M:, Incorporated (William
Friday night guest of her niece Kelhl. Omar ETayton. E. R,Moench),
Mrs.; Irene Ratliff. She also visited all of Starke.Florida, owners.
Dated this day of July A. D.
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Quart With Each her nephew and his wife. Mr. 19s.' at Starke, Bradford County
FREE and Mrs. Horace Cain and her Florida.!
Gallon One buy pergaion.
or you niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. -' .: t l

Leo Dyal. NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE MrsJohn McKinney is recov- REGISTER FICTIT1O18'. NAME
Netic Is hereby given that the
ering from a recent eye operation.Her undersigned under the provisions of _
501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 friends wish her a speedy return Chapter 29.953.! Laws of Florida
Act of 1S41, will register'with th* &Wfa l>7Jz!
to health-
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and JY
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wasdin of f..r Bradford County, Florida the ONE OF THE 7 BIG BESTS CHEVROLET GIVES YOU OVERANY {
visitorsof fMitlous names 'of Grave ,Home
Gainesville were Saturday
Dairy under-which we are engaged CAR IN ITS FIELD '
That Our BiuineM Bobby's parents. Mr. and Mrs. in business at Route 1. Starke Fla.
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H. M. Wasdiru K. B. & M. Incorporated (William
If It's Glass We Hay Itl! Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks of Fer- Kelhi! Omar Brayton,, E. R. Moench), Take it, not from ns, but from magazine "Chevrolet establishes
all of Starke. Fla
1 CALL WRITE or VISIT nandina Beach were Wednesday this Jth day ownersDated of July A.D.. official results of this year's a new high in daring styling"Mobilgas
I 1S5S! at Starke, Bradford County, Economy Run: Chevy's
I supper guests of Mrs. Alice Star- Florida. pennypinching 6 delivers the most BEST BRAKES
Joe Peters Glass Co. 9-9 4t 7-JO
ling.Mr. miles per gallon in its field. For a of
: and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge of In direct competitive tests repeated
Chevrolet sixes with
of these
SHALL CLAIMS! COURT pair stops from highway speeds,
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof Powerglide walked away with the
ALACHCA COtXTY FLORIDA conducted NASCARt Chevrolet
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We Design Modern Store Front his brother-in-law and sister, Louis Nelson. Plaintiff, first two places in their class getting out-stopped both of the other

Just Mall Us A Pattern for Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal.RISING. ve' NO.8828 the best mpg figure a whopping leading low-priced cars-and why
Eddie: Lee Battle. DefendanL'NonCE .
full-size
Table Top OF SHERIFF'S SALE 22.38-of any car. not: Chevy brakes are far larger,
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Notice is hereby given that L And here are more expert, Imparbuilt with bonded linings, to help most wonderfully refponsN engine
1313 NW. 4th PL Galae riDe, Fla. Phone FR. wan P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford tial opinions and on-the-record lengthen brake life by as much as available today at any price.
County Florida, under and by virtue
fact backing us up on Chevy'sfttber
p of a writ execution hereto- ; 66%.
BEST RIDEBEST
fore issued out of the Small Claims six bests:
Court. Alachua County, Florida in
ROOM MOTOR TREND
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By Mn. Gordon JODM the above styled cause,' I have
f COMPLETE TREE SERVICE levied upon the following property, BEST TRADE-IN 04111' ttFor Chevy ". the smoothest mootquiet
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uuaa situate County.lying Florida and being to-wit in: Bradford Check the figures in any N.A.D.A.** A.M.A. matedimensions this clear. softest" riding ear in iU

'* Cavity Work Mr. and Mrs: Salvatore Mon- DESCRIPTION! of PROPERTY Guide Book. Chevrolet used car example. Chevy front seat hip price class. You'll be able to tel
Pruning Commence at the Southwest .. prices last year averaged up to is to 5.9 inches wider this yourself, instantly. And your
1 Removal glovi and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth : /oom up
of land Louis
Bracing Tree corner belonging to : thai comparable Chevrolet dealer can tell you about
Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. C- Nelson in the South Half (S%) $128 higher than comparable cars. -
a long list of other advantage
De-Mossing Transplanting of the Northwest Quarter models of the "otb r two.
C. Crosby, Saturday.Mr. (NW'O of the.Northwest Quarter '. BEST ENGINE besides these 7 big ones!
EstimatesSAPP'S
Free Inspection and and Mrs. Kenneth Elixsonof (NW%) of Section 25. Town- .
BEST STYLE Mrfwwoi AmtonobiU Zteofert Atw.
.8 South. 22 East
ship Range
Starke took Mrs. Marie Elixson and run North along the West Every motor magazine hat given datum
to Tampa last weekend where she line of land of said Louis Nelson It's the only car of the leading Chevrolet's standard and Corvette National Atteciatim for Stork Car
TREE SURGEONSPETE.SAPP will spend two weeks with her 120 feet to the Northwest low-priced 3 that's unmistakably V8's unstinted praise. As SPORTS Advancement and Research .

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and corner Nelson' ,,of thence land ,of ran the' West said Louis SSI 3-:'.:.'! modern in every line. "In its price CARS ILLUSTRATED puts it: t Automobile Uanufaeturtnaatiom ) Arar 1

Owner Mrs. J. M. Richardson.Mr. feet to'a- point then run.South this," says POPULAR SCIENCE "Indeed this device is surely the : _, ._
110 feet.to the South line of the
STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965 and Mrs. Eddie Norman and South Halt '(S%) of the Northwest .
Carolyn Jones visited Mr. and Quarter .(NWU; of the

P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. Mrs. Mack Norman of Lake City, Section Northwest'TownshIp* Quarter (NWK South) of. .Make sure you get the most for your money-visit your local authorized Chevrolet dealer!

AGENTS Sunday. Range 22 East, thence run East f. -- -

Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman of al South ng' Half said (Sooth S%). rt line the of Northwest the-

Gainesville Fla. Ocala Fla. Mulberry are spending a week Quarter. (NW';4) of the

Phone, 1651 Lake City, .Ia. here on their farm. NrthweMQu'aJter.NW Section _U., Township: 8 %South.) of Cate-Hendry Chevrolet Co. Inc.
Mr; and Mrs. Thurman Jones Range 22 East to the Point of
For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent and sons. Eugene and Julius of Beginning.'all lying and being In ,
the .Swith'-Half (S%) of the
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO. Lady Lake were deep-sea fishingat Northwest Quarter '(NW%) of '210'W. CALL STREET .STARKE. FLA. PHONE WO 4-2011
224 N.; Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 Cedar Key last weekend. th .?Northwest, Quarter. (NWU).

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! ...W VTTT Tf.. ..Trrt1VYlBROOKER and children of High Springs were her parents, the E. C. Lewises of-
tember this year September 8, '
a dinner
guests here Sunday.
Starke. 1
supper guests of Mrs. H. E. Stok-
voter must be a resident of Florida I
{ es. Miss Mrs. W. H. Melton mother of
I Linda Sue Thomas is vaca- for at least six months, preceding -
+|Lonnie Melton of Hampton fell
I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and tioning this week in Jacksonville the election and be regi-
;[!last weekend at her home
By Barbara Sue Davia 'sons of Miami have been visitingMr. with] Miss Sylvia Starling. FamilyGroup Etered. ,j(I Waldo breaking her arm. near
and Mrs. G. A. Guy. Rev. and Mrs. John Harris of To be elected this
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j ? J. J. smith moved
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parrish and Bell, Rev. W. H. Eddie of Waldo .. mayor, clerk marshal each for I I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and i little daughters spent the weekend ani Joe Kalle of Hampton were a one-year term and three coun- from Hampton last weekend to
Barbara and Dickie Davis visited with relatives in Palatka. Friday dinner guests of Mr. and cilmen. Salt Creek near Oldtown. wherehe
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Smallwoodand I Mrs. G. A. Gay and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis- Personals: will manage a fishing camp.
children and Mr. and Mrs.Z. 'Mrs. Gerald Gay and sons spent Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox. Jr- :and Mr. and Mis. M. L. Watterson
J. Davis and children of Jacksonville ;'Monday in Jacksonville visiting baby of Eau Gallie were Saturday : ti.i t y family of Alexandria. Va.. arrived drove' to Jacksonville on Monday:
] Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Rogers., afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. last Saturday to visit here with la!'t week and were Gainesville
Dickie Davis spent several days I ;Mr and Mrs. Jack McDavid and N. J. Davis. Spans 1 Ills parents Mr. and Mrs. G. C. ''vuitors I on Tuesday. I

with Craig Wood in Jacksonville.I children of Pompano and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Holland of Orange ,Ccx, until Wednesday of this ;:! L. I* Bedenbaugh. J. W. Bed u
He is attending the Youth Work I Mrs. Fled McDavid and children Springs Everett Johns of Sander- ''week. '
I'I'I !baaeh and K. B. Watterson were
Shop this week at the Universitycf I have returned home after vacationing -I son and Pat Offerd of Alachua Sunday visitors at the home of in Lake City on business on Fri-
Florida. I in Mexico. I were Saturday flight guests of Mr. I IMr and Mrs. C. L Shealy of1 i!
Jack Thomas, before leaving for{j Wesley Kelley Mike Sapp. and. and Mrs- N. J. Davis.J Ninety Hampton w Mr. and Mrs C D. j'day.
Europe, Mrs. Flora Green. Mrs. (Mrs. Nora Sapp have been vacationing -I C. Davis and daughter, Betty. # Gillis and children of Gainesville.Dinner .' A-1C William Home Ls home
Lodora Byrant and Zalma Gray j in the Smoky Mountains. Ann of Waldo visited the N. J.! 4 guests t.ereat the Shealys I with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.j. .
of Gainesville and Mrs. Aubrey{i Mr. and Mrs- H. H. Lewis of Davis family Sunday afternoon. t. F l (on Wednesday of last week were W. Home for two-weeks fur
' Hazen visited Mr. and Mrs. M. J. S'arke and Mrs. Alice Crosby of Mike Davis of Durham N. C. Years .Ir. and Mrs. W. M. Coleman. Mrs.I lough from Homestead Air Force
Thomas and children of Talla- Tampa were recent visitors of the and Louie Davis of Waldo are L. W. Shealy and son. and Peggy Base.
hassee last week. Bishop Thomas family. I visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis I i I Ann Thompson: of Gainesville. I
We are glad: to have G. B. Col- Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and this! reek. i Dinner guests Sunday at the

son home after his recent acci- Linda Sue and Ronnie Thomas Vacation Bible School began 1'home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home j P1LL1Aii1
dent.Mr. were Monday guests of Mrs. Paul last Wednesday at the Brooker were Mrs. :May: Sweeney. Misses I
and Mrs. Warren Mizelleand Faulkner of Starke. Baptist Church. It will end Fri- FIVE GENERATIONS (Connie and Norma Sweeney of If IfI I
Lucretia and Karen attended Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jeneovar and day. July 31. a GainesvilleMiss] Norma Sweeney JEWELRYWATCHES
the birthday dinner of Mr. and. children of Gainesville: were Tues- State workers sent by the Missionary Five generations representing a Redfearn, all of Keystone Heights; the Saturday Evening Post several leaves Friday of this week for
Mrs. R. T. Taylor of Worthington: day overnight guests of Mrs. Board to help' in Bible span of 90 years, gathered at the Mrs. Henry. Egger 91, of Washington years ago. (New YOlk City. where she expects DIAMONDS
Springs. Sunday. Groover Thomas. School are Miss Nadene Mimic of home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. C.:" and Mrs. HalfordS. At present Mrs. Egger is. visiting fto sail August 5 for Brazil to return -
Buddy Stokes and Gent Stokesof Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children North Carolina and Miss Mary Wright of Live Oak. Mrs. Egger: to the missionary:; work with REPAIRS
Redfearn on Lake Brooklyn, Wednesday her Mrs. in (
daugnter Wright
Starke. and Bert Stokes and were Sunday guests of her Gibbin of Maryland. They are the great great grandmother of Child Evangelism Fellowship after i ihr All Work Guaranteed
Mrs. H. E. Stokes attended the parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewisof staying at the home of Mrs. J. K. of last week for a family June, is active for her age and is Live oak. In photo she is preparing -':i year's furlough here in the]j A. C. Williams
funeral services for Mr. Johnson Starke. Douglas. i celebration. recognized as one of the foremost to cut an attractively decorated 'llnited States. j
112 W. Call St.
in Alma, Ga., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas The following ladies have en- Pictured above are I from left! amatuer geneologists in the Uni- "5th Generation" cake, Mr. and Mis. George Williams I
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes I were Sunday luncheon guests fALVAREZ' I tertained the girls in their homes June Redfearn, one year old Mrs. ted States. She and her hobby which was a highlight of the.I visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins Starke, Fla.
this week: Mrs. Johnny Green W. H. Redfearn Sr.. Mrs. Michaeland were the subject of an article in family celebration. in Jacksonville last Sunday. <, Formerly Roberts Jewelry
Mrs. Eva Harrell, Mrs. Verle '!Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins and Mr. .
Men's Clothing 'I Johns. Mrs.Inez Green Mrs. Doris Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goodgeof TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtGRIFFIS. .YYYYY.TT.\\ .i I and_ Mrs. Douglas Davis and son
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Established 1894 Mildred Harrell, Mrs. !
Melba Green, Mrs. Jean Douglas, I Hodges enjoyed a picnic at the LOOP HAMPTON I
Mrs. Sue Davis, Mrs. Mildred ,river Thursday. The perfect tribute to 1

Green Mrs. Dollie Harrell and Z. W. Hamilton attended the By Terble Anderson Bj Mri. D. V.. lint a cherished memory .
Mrs. Grace Bigham. supper at the Masonic Lodge in 1
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q1 Every funeral] that we conducts
Rights of Jacksonville were weekend i I C. W. Edwards of Bradentonwas Linda Brookins was Sunday City Election Sept. 8 a source of sustaining
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Big- Friday overnight guest of
guest of Patsy OBrian.
Reserved ham and family. Mary Jane and his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. B.I Gerald and Richard Registration Books Open j solace and spiritual i spira.tcm I
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little Billy returned to Jackson- Edwards.Mr. Registration books for new vot- to the family. '
Prices Good v Me with the Hardees: and Mrs. Z. W. Hamiltonwere I.Jonns are both patients in Brad- .ers for the Hampton city election I
ford County Hospital.
Bobby Hodges and Rodney recent weekend guests of theJ. are now open, at Mrs. Home's Hundreds of details are managed anti? economically -
Thru Sat., Bercher of Jacksonvillevisited H. Mitchell and Billy Parrish, Harold Griffis is visiting his store, and new residents have un- attended to that only a trained and careful
. Mr. and Mrs. E. grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold til August 15 to register.In organization when the need
W. Hodges, Sun- families at Lake Okeechobee.Mrs. can perform urgent
August 1 1st. day. I' Griffis for a week :while his order to vote in the city elec-
for serving is at hand.DeWITT .
Mr. and Mrs. Archer Waters of Reed jwis's daughters parents in Ridgecrest.Mr. .iton the second Tuesday in :Sep-
virited Mrs. C. L. Atkinson, Mon' '_ .
Worthington Springs visited Mrs. and Airs Holmes spent last C. JONES

Mamie Hodges, Tuesday, and Mr. day.Mr. week with her parents Mr. and Jones of Florahome.Bill .
f and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of Mrs. Jeff Smith. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
CD STO and Mrs. Al Rain of High Springswere Harold visited the OBrian
Starke visited Mrs..Ophelia Moore PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4.2610
: visiting her Sunday .after- Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. family Sunday.We .
noon. and son Monday. Jeff Sniith were their son and are happy to report that W* furnish the highest type wrvlre' at lowest price, mod acceptANT

Doris Chamber and a friend of THE RIGHT POINT for the daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sunday School attendance went life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company M

"*"> CLIP THIS COUPON Jacksonville visited Mr. way you write. Come) in and se. M. Smith. over 100 per cent Sunday. We payment In part or io full on funeral service. Oonalt&tt
E. W. Hodges Sunday. and'MrS-1 lest your favorite ESTERBROOK Tersa Jones is visiting her un- hope all our visitors will come carries no obligation.
THIS CERTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Fountain Pen. TELEGRAVH. c'e and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Merell back. .
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OF INTEREST TO eoLOxEnCITIZENS relatives from Gainesville 'and i -
NEWS
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OF BRADFORD COUNTY 'r It's 4 A Girl -.
Katie Belle Littles gave birthto

a'bouncing' baby lid.last weekat }= ir
By Ozora J. SiteDAA&A&AA&AA&AAAAA&&A&AAA&&A&A&AA&&A&AA&&A&
Bradford1 Cotmtjr Hospital;

Mother and 'daughter. :; are at'home
i now 'and' on the'road to health
American Lesion Meeting > rector at Anderson Junior High. and happiness..:

The regular monthly meeting of His volunteers and assistant included I Farewell Party

American Legion Post 314 and Mrs. Minnie Miller, MissA. / I
.y y i.N.i PVt. 'P1e nion Albert was hon r tz'J;
Auxiliary will not be held due to B. Anderson, Jessie Moore, Jr.i' Y .ored with a" farewell party recently

the funeral of one of the mem- and Supervisor Shell. I before he 'departed to completea

bers Sunday at 1 p. m. Command-j Cars that trail the school buses special course'at"the Army'base :. 9

er Julius Royal in Inarge of the from Lawtey or Starke will be in Fort-Jackson,'8. 'CrThe affair .5

men and Mrs. L. M. Royal President !indentified by the staff members was 'held at '''ppin.I m.: :: .. % ,

of the Auxiliary in chargeof 'and! admitted for the last day I Mrs.: AltameaseJohnson and :

the women in the ceremony.All Friday July 31. Buses will leave ., family will leave' around 'August .I

members are asked to be present schools! at 9 a. m. Bring your Fw 1 'and drive to California for.a

and on time in uniforms. packed lunch. months Vacation. -* '
Next meeting Sept. 6. Plans must I'I '
Vacation PeriodI House guests' of Mrs. Bertis

be made for Labor Day activities. I I I The vacation period for sum- i Robinson and sister Ranell U" En- ..". -

This has been an outstanding gff.h during' included'': Mrs "
mer workers will begin on Satur- ; July ....
year in the history of these (day t and end Monday August 17at NICE CATCH: Oszde Lee Harris.' and.;naatentt'of. "
A financial statement is '. .
groups. J icksonville..
which time pre-school planning
citizen
Willard Carlton, veteran
being: prepared by the reporters will! David and Gussie Jones spent
begin at RJE. During the fine
with the
Contributions 0; Reno, is pictured
and will be released soon. -
week August 17 to 21 all teachers I m the recent holiday weekend at ..
: of 25 (bream he caught
string
and gifts have reached an
will meet at RJE for county-wide t I| Bethune-Volusla Beach, New Smy- ,
all-time high. Many thanks to all Sand Hill Lake one day last week. -
planning. A is being de-, rna Beach.
program
members and friends for the very .I They averaged about one pound
Lillian Hawkins will
Wilson join
veloped by the planning committee -
: Willard
each. Nice eating,
fine support given our organization -
her husband who is stationed in
which will include: Supt: H.

that has been established inthl" P. Morgan, Supervisors L, H. Gibson I must be made for our second Germany. She will sail with her.
of "GOD AND COUNTRY"
interest
I and O- R. Shell and Principals beach outing for the summer. :1[children around August 1. I'J

Pauline Marshall, reporter. Thompkins and Anderson. t I j Gloria Graham, reporter. ,|I Hospitalization'Ends

I Remember, school wiii open for j Carnation Club Ida Mae W.lltams; 826 E. North
Summer Activities End Street is home to her manyfriends
the 1959-60 term on Monday,d j Carnation Social Club met at
The summer activity programwill after brief hospitalizationat
: August; 31. Buses will run as usual. ; Reno Theatre last Monday with
end Friday with an all-day Bradford County Hospital. Her
i Children who will become six President Brooks in charge. Mrs.
swimming contest and picnic at years old by or before Dec. 31 hostess daughter,'Mrs-Elsie; Cnmmfngs of
Berniece Morris served as
Lake Whitamore in Camp'I i j. West Palm"Be-dch, sister,'Mrs. Lithe
'jnny enroll in the first grade in for the membeis. A delicious meal ..
Blanding- This will be the culminating S. Brown of Jacksonville and :
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their nearest school center. Patients -I was served and enjoyed by all. A.
Mrs. Irene McKay: were a few of
activity for the eight are asked to bring a birth R. Jenkins, reporter. .. .. ... Slb
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weeki: More than 200 children l' certificate or some type of identification Boy Scouts the out of town persons that came ,
were' enrolled. Excellent bus I I to assist during her illness. Sheis
service to '
the of the
prove age Boy Scouts of Troop No. 71 left '
was provided this year by the child entering the school for the deeply grateful to all personsfor 00 DOWN
Starke last Sunday at 3 p. m. for : : .
Board of Public Instruction. We cards flowers and other fine
first time. Please remember this; I Camp Coacoochee. Scoutmaster B.
report no accidents or breakdowns''i positive proof of the of expressions during her illness. She
age your T. Marshall Sr. and assistant I WILL( HpLQ FOR
is at her home. .
u a result of this wise planning. child must be given the teacher Clarence Williams congratulatedthe convalescing I .. .

n Arts and Crafts have not been ljor j she will be unable to enroll group on their attendance and :I CHURCH. NEWS CHRISTMAS} 1w
very productive due to the absenceof .New Bethel Baptist Church ._ / / r
your child-This is a state
regu- appearance. Last year this group I II
the teacher for three weeks. Jalion. I New Bethel Baptist; Church Rev.
won many honors at camp. We
Other activities have moved along: Fiesta ClubMembers I A. B. Vinson, pastor held'regular
hope this year it will be "A Command -
I pastoral service Sunday starting ( ?
smoothly with the substitute assistance of the Fiesta Club enJoyed Performance." They will remain I "
of Betty Jean Jenkins,.i :with Sunday School at 8:30: Supt
\ a delightful beach party recently in camp for the entire week.
junior at Florida Normal In'j! in St. Augustine at Butlers The junior league baseball sea- I in charge. Morning worship 11 a- 4 t '
dustrial and Memorial m. with the baptismal sermon delivered -
College St
Beach. President Hollandwas
William son has not ended. Watch this
Augustine. by Rev. Newton.' Candidates -
pleased with the attendance paper for the dates and places of .

Principal Eddie Thompklns was .and cooperation. Regular meeting the games between now and Labor, for baptism were' Anthony '

in charge of the program at RJE. ile held this Friday, All members Day. This is one of the best dresses .eSue and Valaria Jwfciav 'cNNIE' :
B. T. U. conducted by De- p
Principal C. C. Anderson was di- are asked to attend- Plans teams in the league. We hopewe Was
loris Jenkins at 6 p. m. A very .
can boast in the same way of .
good lesson was taught to the
their record at the close of the TE BEqUT7 'L
group by the pastor 7 p. m. sermon -
LOCAL MANAGER FOR season. This is the second year 1 1t
by the pastor subject: She 1f
Starke has participated in the f
Did What She Could. Y-
1 I' gue The initial were + w
sponsors
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At the close of the the
members of American Legion Post message
Jim Waiter newly elected officers of the
Corp."World's 314 Julius Royal: Commander.
ObituariesMrs. church were !Installed as follows: .

Ethel Jeanette Williams Chairman of Deacon Board Dea- /+''llg
con Julius Royal; Deaconess
died at Alachua General Hospitalon A
Board Sister Lizzie Hankeraon; I
Largest Home Builders" Friday. July 24 after an extended :L .
Sister -
illness. She was the wife of President Missionary Society,
Mattie Hunt; Church Clerk.
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WILL BE IN STARKE Amos Starke Williams,Laundry. She employee was a of faithful the Deacon A. O. Jenkins; President ?

,. Choir No I, Deacon B.. '.'-)lar> ;
member of Mt. Moriah
"''J'O'' < Methodist -
shall; Sr., Pres. Choir No. II, Mrs. :
Church for many years and
EACH THURSDAY Margaret DeSue; Supt,; Sunday 1Axh
served on the Stewardess Board, S. ) x.f .
t 1 School, Milton Ellerson; Pres.
Women's Society For Christian
AT Usher Board No. I, Mrs. Vater
Belike and Choir No. 1. Funeral
Dell; Pres. Usher Board No. n, _
services will i be held on .sunday, y
Mrs. Queen Esther Green; Reporter .
STAIKE HARDWARE CO. August 2, at 1 p. m. Duncan Bros.,
Sister Pauline Marshall; .
I morticians in charge of final ar- S y.
Sexton of church. Mr. Hunt. : r
,12:30P.M. TO; ,G:00 P.M. I rangements. Mrs. M. E. Roberts Visiting during the afternoon .. ,' ',: .' ,
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is in charge of funeral program ; cx. <<
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and can be reached at her home ; "-
Pringle and Godson of Philadelphia : 'I ..
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expressions; and contributions. J.
For +. t eWe "
Call
Appointments W. "
Interment Liberty Hill Cemetery, t 'e :4-. .' ,,'.
are happy to report the rl ,
JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector Alachua County. improved condition of our faith- / o. '" ..... '.,r I,: :
Marsh Bryer, native of Starke, ,1JfJir -' '
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ful member Sister Laura Whit; {
STARKE WO 4-5311 was funeralized at Grant Me- .r : :
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more. She is at home to her many fJ. << ;:t ..
'F f' morial A. M. E. Church Jacksonville lAY' .'. '
friends of the'church and com- ; ; .
A last Saturday. He was the ..t1I' .
fflllt'a Quality Home fll'1"
munity. Her daughter Maude El- .trJIi'
son of the late Handy Bryer and ,; p 1';"3-= I" ..
It's A Jim Walter Home"OTHER survived by a devoted wife, Fran- ersaft Magee is deeply grateful to ,. .. '? r s
all the members and friends for ..
two Robert and / 'r
ces Bryer: sons, ,
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their prayers gUts'and
coopera-
OFFICES: Marsh Jr. one aunt, Mrs. Vic-
tion duringher mother's illness i
OCALA:
GAINESVILLE. PALATKA toria Mack of Jacksonville and
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which covered'aboutone month.
four nieces of Starke: Ranell -
She is asking (hat"you continue to .I.Iti
Enahsh.: Bertis Robinson. Judy
pray for her recovery soon so that .E
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Pauline Marshall, reporter. ;;-. ,

Allen Chapel AME Church 'MI. A

On Allen' Chapel :A. M. E. Church, s !hFiHOOK.

Rev. ,L. ,A. Sampson pastor wilt >. rVH: frll4Mf/lf

I hold regular 'communion service;:

Sunday1 starting1. with Sunday,- cr lAD E TRIJq<

School at 10 a. m- Supt. Irene c $ I D.QWN
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PAGE FOURTEEN BKA1 OBD COUNT TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA, T11URSDAY.JtLY 30. 1959
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! rmn..n..n..ns ............ .......... we learned that the swimmers hope all of these folks -and all day: evening.. I I..clock. Each one is invited and .
\ have built a diving board at the we missed hearing of-will soon I the lesson urged to attend church some-
FLORAHOMEAND Sunday morning as. jon 1V13S j
CLAY HILL place where the baptismal services be well again. :where.
Esther our "Better half"wished I CITY FISH & MEAT MARKETOperated
GRANDIN ere we sure held.would We have not this want to to say-dive We had a good choir practice I "to sing a song on this We of the. Highland.! church,

by Mrs. i. L. Strickliiul Sunday evening. The only thingwe subject, so we were jerked up .let's some other class try to take
By DaneWAWIVUULWIALLU off in this black water there,may I Former ofSetzer's
by Ernest Allen Manager
complain about, enough didn't unexpectedly to help him sing a the attendancec banner from the
u&&&&A&&A&&A&&AAAi be something in. there beside
come to help us-and we couldn't duet--Come, Humble Sinner. Nowif :Intermediates, let's let them know
water to hit! Meat Market
Funeral services for Austin A. i Mrs. Elsie Adkins, only sister of Among the folks from Clay Hill sing all of the songs we wantedto you don't think this is a hard there is some other class beside
Miller 39 resident of Klorahome Aunt Babe Padget, has been visit- until we had to quit for evening song to sing-just let some one them in Sunday School and lets
,. a going to Keystone Heights to
for 30 years was held at graveside I blJ in this section for two weeks. camp are Clay England and chil church services.We take you by surprise and have all be on time, will you? We will Fresh Fish Twice Weekly From Cedar Key
In Paran Cemetery last Saturday I While here relatives and friends dren. had 54 present in Sunday looking to you to sing alto to this lock for you!

afternoon. Mr. Austin, save her a birthday dinner which Floyd Johns had been suffering School Sunday morning. 10 of song AU who missed this sure ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS, POULTRY AND
who was. a merchant here in nil enjoyed. She returned home to for a week with a virus and has these were in the Adult woman's .missed plenty of discords! REVIVAL SCHEDULEDAT

Florahome, was a member of the Cocoa last week. been very sick with it. class, ,9 in the'men's class. Fortyone The revival begins at Highland BEULAH BAPTIST 'PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIESALL

Methodist Church. He is survived Vina Martin tells us she now Irene Padgett is bedfast were 100 per cent members.Of .. REASONABLE PRICES
with Church August 11 at 8 p.m. Curtis Revival services will be? heldat AT
!by his widow, Mrs. Jessie Miller; lives on the Raiford road near arthritis. She has been almost course the Intermediates won Waters will conduct these ser
store likes it the attendance :Beulah Baptist Church starting I
Carter's and banner!
his mother, Mrs. Millie Tyre; Oscar past going for sometime, but she vices. All are welcome to attend.
much. She and children, Monday, Aug. 3, at 7:30 m. Rev. ALL DAY Sunday
p. Open
grandmother: Mrs. Alice McGrath; very has had to give up now. Simeon Phillips joined Highland Remember to attend church ser-
btep.aon, Jerry Burnette; brother, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs!. Dawson Padgett, Emily and Church Sunday morning, requestIng vices next Sunday Sunday C. E. Faulk of Lundy Mission,
I Yougan Padgett and other relatives Pete Royston former of the First Baptist 617 E. Brownlee St.-Phone WO 9.1093 Starke Fla.
Clifford G. Miller of Klorahome are still on the sick baptism and was baptized School at 9:45: morning worship pastor
find sister Mrs. Herman GorntOof at Clay Hill last week. list. Bootsie Cannon's oldest son Sunday afternoon at 3:30 and fel- 11. Choir practice, teachers meeting Cnurch of Palatka will be the
Grandin. Nellie Wilkinson, Louise Johns.: is very sick with leukemia. We lowshipped into the church Sun at 7 p. m. preaching at 8 0'- e"angelist.. JR
Dora Johns and Bessie Stricklandwere
Ronnie Lee Games stationed
in Starke on business Tues- -
arith the Navy at Key West, spent
day of last week.Wedn'sday .

last and weekend Mrs. O. with C. Carnes his parents of Mora-, Mr. afternoon of last JUNIORS-MISSES-lADIES YOU CAN WIN !"! !

week Mrs. Lillie Fields, Betty DOUBLE
home. He will be transferred soon
Brumbelow and Mr. and Mrs.
to SaVannah Ga. SUMMER : DRESSES
Vernon Jernigan of Jacksonvillecame
Mrs. Fannie Hinsley arrived V
to Stricklands looking for SALE .
-home weekend.from. East' Palatka last pear to can. They came for two or Famous names in better dresses AT

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark' three bushels-and couldn't stop Wash 'n wear cottons, .all the want- BONUS
until they had the car loaded. .
and daughter Kathy of Hardm
ed
Someone had some work to do styles.
spent Tuesday night or last weeK r
when they got back to Jacksonville -
!with ")..fr. Clark's mother, Mrs. .,
Alma.Clark. After this some of the folks Our Regular $9.98 to $12.95 Always First Qualify For Back.To-School and Tobacco Harvest
around us decided they wanted
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd M. Foran,
son-in>1aw and daughter of tar. some pears to can. eat and feed : Starts Friday July 31st. Thru Saturday August 8th,
to hogs, so the pears have thinnedout ,
and Mrs. O. C. Carnes, are viSIt-
some, but we still have-well
ing Mr. and Mrs. W. 1':. White- 2 $15 1
head of Marianna. -the the trees ground are is pretty still covered well loaded and For r .. During Every Hour From 10:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M., Friday and Saturday,

Mrs Dick of sounds the last to have completed a .
Lilly president yet. If you like pears, we have When the ALARM customer pur

Putnam County Home Demonstration them. '1 Q. chase will be GIVEN the same amount of their purchase in ADDITIONAL

Clubs, attended a Home Grace Lang spent the weekendin i Our Regular $6.98 G MERCHANDISE of their own selection!
Demonstration Short Course in
Tampa returning home to Clay I

Gainesville was on both last week.the publicity Mrs. Lilly and Hill Saturday night. Tommie 'a O K So The More You Buy, The More You Can Win I !
spent a recent weekend in Tampa
nominating committees. PutnamCounty's 1 50
and Jimmie Lang stayed in Tam- 2. $ 7
exhibit "Witcn-
was on I
craft and HSalfn." pi to work. Nellie Lang, who has For. EXAMPLE:
been in Tampa for some time returned -
Mrs. John F. Herring Sr. is MEN'S WASH 'N WEAR 1. Customer Makes Purchase $24.67
to Clay Hill recently. Earl,
visiting relatives in Georgia this 2. Sales Sale 3. Alarm Clock Rings
Gene, Dave and Clarence Langof : Lady Rings

week.Maj.. and Mrs. James I. Sikes Tampa spent the weekend at . LADIES FIRST QUALITY RAYCN V DRESS PANTS 4. Customer Is Given $24.67 Worth Of Merchandise -

and family, who are visiting in Clay Hill. Clyde Padgett was also PANTIES I V Of Her Own Selection FREE !
seen in these parts Sunday. 550d acron, 45% dark
rayon
Grandin
spent last week at the
Miss Debbie Philips was among Finest Run-Proof Knit with Elastic or Band Leg.
beach. our visitors at church Sunday. SIZES 5-6-7 SIZES: 8-9-10-11 and light colors in solids, slubs, BOY'S BETTER
Mrs. Minnie Rye of Palatka is She
acted
as for
organist us.
OUR REGULAR 49c OUR REGULAR 69c stripes and fancies.
visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Come, again Miss Debbie. KNIT SHIRTS I
Callfe Rye, this week. Ellen Wilkinson's daughter SIZES: 28 to 42
The Florahome Post OffIce has Toyce is in St. Vincent's Riviera styling by "Paddle and Saddle" and "Tom
Hospital 00 OUR REGULAR $6.98 Pair
Informed Cong. Billy Matthews Jacksonville.We 3. $1 2 Pr $1 00 Sawyer" Cut for comfort. Sizes 6 to 20 -
that bids are now 'being acceptedfor missed
Lois Chism and son OUR REGULAR $1.98 & $2.98BOY'S
renting space for a new Post E'lward at church Sunday. Theyare ,.0 $4.88Each
Office. The"new quarters are to having a nice time visiting in 2 $900 -
have 600 square feet of floor space Ohio. We urge them to hurry FIRS; QUALITY LADIESBLOUSES Pro t

and an adequate parking lot. here.Buddie back, we miss them very huch V Or 2 For $ 3 0 0


St. Edward's Catholic Church .
Wilkinson had to stay .f. by. MENS SHORT SLEEVE"MISS }
Starke, Florida home Sunday to repair his water
Sunda/ Mass at 10 pump"so' their / BETH" SPORT SHIRTS
a. m. chicks that were SHORT SLEEVEA
Holyday Masses ti 8:30 a. m. & to, be "pulled" that night could 100% American Made Product .
-6:30 p. In.Weekday. have water and not kill each other PreCISion cut for perfect fit. Wash 'n wear cottons a.v insolids SPORT S.HIRTS I
Mass at 8:00 a. m. trying to get water. He got the SIZES. 32 40 prints, plaids I .
Confessions Saturday 7 to 8 pump working satisfactorily in the to .. stripes. by
p. m. .afternoon and was able to go to $1.98 VALUE SIZES, : S-M-l-XL: ,x "Sedgefield," "Tom Sawyer," '?u Pe to". Dan
Baptisms, marriages and Instructions the baptising a Long Branch. Double Bonus Special Our Regular. $1.98. & $2.98 River woven plaids, wash 'n wear prints and
by appointment. When we got to Long BranchSHEPHERD'S solids Sizes 6 to 18.

2 for 83 OUR REGULAR $1.98 8122


"i $1.' 0 0 u SPECIAL GROUP ----,___ ____.__$1.33 ,Ltr, Limit 2 Per Customers


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(oU'S"1i oot LADIES FINE QUALITYDUSTERS FIRST QUALITY COTTON ,. V WORK PANTS DUNGAREES10OZ. .

f Sanforized
8UJWJdf SLIPS "Blue Bell" First quality 8.2

oz. Army TWill.
SIZES.. 4 to 16
SHADOW PANEL Sizes: 28 to 40
Wash 'n wear cottons in a wide

1 variety of patterns; embossed Hem and Bodice lavished f, $2.98 PAIR OR $1.59 or


1 ,: .solids, plisse prints and woven with eyelet lace. $


1 plaids Sizes; 32 to 46 Pro 5 Pr.3

1 J SIZES. 12 to 20 OUR REGULAR $1.98 ,

';; J OUR REGULAR $2.98 $1.88"each
: or
k "BUSKENS" GIRLS


3w ; $ 2.00 .$ Misses Loafers $ 4 50 BOBBYSOCKSREGULAR 49c PAIR


( MmmJ Hand Sewn : Regular $5.98 2 Pair 87c


GIRLS' "Her Mo/esty"/ Girls' Cotton Knit WASHABLE


PANTIES V GIRLS SLIPS PANTIESREGULAR, VISCOSE RUGS

ALL TO MATCH
A. Combed cotton batiste. Double 29c Pair a
Sanforized cotton with tuck and grow waist

;:Ak seat and bias cut for added 24 x 36
and elastic scientifically 88
seam under arm insert 1- C
strength, lace trim. Sizes 4 to 14. 5 Pairs.REGULAR $1.00.______
proportioned for perfect fit. FOAM RUBBERPILLOWS
tT .OUR.,REGULAR 69c

$ $ 27x48 REGULAR $2.98._. $1 .98

YI SIZES BackToSchodSPECIAL: 4 to 14 1.00 1 1.00 1 ,

2' $100 24- x 70 $ OUR REGULAR $4.98 EACH

I f .... ..... REGULAR $3.98.. 2.98"Cinderella"


.. 4 x 6 FEET $ 7 50

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V MEN'S QUALITY UNDERWEAR frV

J iJ AND f \ V REGULAR $7.98 For

c.' v "Youngland" SHORTS & UNDERSHIRTS -
,f f / NEW BACK-TO-SCHOOL =j

I'I r ;: Remember........ You Can
DRESSES Our Regular 69c each h / 98

I Sizes 28 to 44; 36 to 46 / $5 CHARGE !IT
1 New shipments every day. keep

f V fresh new styles coming .
your way. At Eagle'sBLANKET
WASH N, WEAR DAN RIVER( ;: l-! .:
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,\OSngflagnet DRI-DON FABRICS .
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eloor wids SIZES: 3to6x;; 7 to 14" 2 For $1 :! -
nce on\1 31" I Lay-a-Way SALE
on'lene e' Its emperatUrer \
.. 1OO :.foo' tar t"11 Ad\\lSob\\ erole\ vet /V 'V
= FINE QUALITY
1'l"u defrosting cold\ 0' new r. tmentsutomat' $ 3.98 d'V -
3
A =er-holds\ egg come 01'. : BOY'S QUALITY UNDERWEAR Orion, Acrilan, Rayon
free look
,u"1 pound cusp ers 6 Utter,"a' built\ :,n BRIEFS, SHORTS, & UNDERSHIRTS Extra heavy. Extra Size Y "

6U,08\\,1' d S\"ou," for AND Our Regular '59c Each 72 x 90

N'''' Sq ua" Sizes 4 to 16


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