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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J I i Four more Starke youths are I II BHS May Host I min la week and held him in

ChiefCandidate ,; Mil foi four days before he posted
I finding out the hard way that "1don't
Fifth District $20.000 bond on a charge of pass-
know why I did it." is a pretty -
ina worthless check I Is I.Dmal I.
Passes poor excuse for breaking the ,
Choral Festival : Deputy Sheriff H. E.

) -t- ". Bad Check In Ga. law.At I : Bracks said Wednesday that Ovid
a hearing in Juvenile Court .O Leu'is. local used car dealer.

Earl F. Miles one of three Tuesday aftersoon. Tommy Lee'II "The coming school year wall; offer w1s; arrritrd Aug. 20 by Constable .
Coley just turned 19 old.I! intrestin and varied D. ,
years many =: M. Keen
on a warrant issued
... ," ,', .. ..,;f.<.z::. candidates for election as Starke
.. -- '--'- chief of police has been charged was sentenced to six months in the acuities for Bradford Junior and bj Justice of the Peace Dewey
I county jail after he Senior High students who enjoy Prndanis.
fr pleaded guilty Pendarvis set bail at
i m Dooley County Ga. with pass-
1 ing a worthless check in the to two charges of petit larceny. I i-'pyinz.: cars Miss\ Virginia "O"OOO. and Lewis was lodged in

I ;( amount of $461.75. Coley was heard in the juvenile Alonzo Alvarez 86 Sewell. who has recently joined'j(the Dmal County jail until he
court at the same time t1ree of 'he Bradford High School faculty ported bond on of
Monday this:
f:.1,' ;15',' ...... : ; '":r.;:.. ,I The Vidalia warrant Ga.was charging issued Aug.that 17in I his, companions: (all under 17)) were Former Police Chief !.? director of choral music.At \\lek. :

._ p....,.j. .. .; ." .' ,.:J.J:"...!-' : Miles wrote the check as paymentfor admitting their guilt on other Dies MondayAlonzo a recent meeting of the high: Deputy Brooks. Duval County

;/. "-' 'b,0"f3,. ."", !; .', ""iF a load of cull peaches. The charges of petit thefts. school music teacher from district tail said he did not know the

\ :.... /".',."' ,. f """'1 check was rejected by Miles' One of the juveniles admitted Alvarez. 86 retired chief 6v e. BHS was asked to act as mount or number of bad checks
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'\.. : :;'<01r '-" bank because of insufficient funds. being in with Coley on the two.,of police in Starke. died Monday host for the 16-county fifth disrict 'nr.t Lewis was charged with
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: ; 1r. Miles was arrested by a Brad- offenses he committed. They morning after a brief illness. He choral festival in the early writing.

..;'- ,' ....:t1i'j, .{ ford deputy on Tuesday of this stole tools a fire extinguisher and was born in Starke Aug. 29. 1872. spring pending the completionof Lewis was not at home Wednes-
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f week after Sheriff Reddish received several other items from a local the son of Raiford and Jane Reddish the auditorium row under con- dy night when an attempt was

d'" 1 the Georgia warrant Mon- service station and an unidentified Aharez. and was a cattle struction. Th festival will include made to secure further information -

py. parked truck Aug. 16. ,rancher before beginning approxi- :.Cial: and piano soloists all-girl from him.Doctors.

I Miles was not jailed after he The other two juveniles admitted mately 30 years,police service. He choruses, male choruses, mixed

+ tt greed to make restitution on the dealing a total of 25 hubcaps from retired from the force 10 years groups end small ensembles. Plans Unsure

beck and pay $37.80 in Georgia Noegel's car lot and Terwillegar]] ,, sgo. are now bein made: for Bradford

sheriff's cost by noon Wednesday. motors on Aug. 13. AU the st.olenl A lifelong resident of Statfce High to be welJ-Tpresented in About DiagnosisOn
: H-J did not appear Wednesday at items have .been recovered. I I f Mr. Alvarez was a member of the *nr festival. A similar program

the sheriffs office but called this All of the boys freely admittedthe I' First Baptist Church and the Jill be held in Jacksonville for State

rooming, and said he would have thefts. They said they had Woodmen of the World. iunior high students Trooper

the money by noon today tThursdayl. thought about the posstbihes of: Surviving are three daughters.Mrs. Other activities will include the \ medical authority at the Uni-

rI ,,' being caught and knew that they Lorena Alvarez Dyal. Winter Chnstnan program for the December \-rntv of Florida J Hillis Miller
F would face punishment if they: Park: Mrs. Lucille Alvarez Mizelii meeting of the PTA. and Health Center said last week that

were caught. i Starke: ; and Miss Irma G. Gainey an operetta to be performed in doctors are still unable to arrive

Jacksonville Man "Then tell me. why in Heaven's(otarke; three sons Sam of Winter the new auditorium. '1 at a definite diagnosis in the case

did it Park; N. J.. of Perry; and Ralphof (.f Hiehway Patrolman Sel-
name you do anyway? asked -I Miss Sewell will be glad to talk Nclton
Judge T. A. Yawn.A Delray Beach; one sister Mrs. brs-
Cleared Of 15 with any student who is interest-
shoulder Linnie Tillis .Waldo; one brother sellers. who until recently
shrugged and a
i John of Ocala; 20 grandchildren; e' in participating in this year'schoral
mumbled "I don't know" was the wciked in the Starke area was
House! only answer he ever got. and eight great-grandchildren. progran.IRecreation i,;ot first believed to have the tnC' -
That
Drive That Steel! Tote
Bad Check Counts After half an hour of deliberation Services were held Wednesday '.rable blood disease leukemia.
in the First
Judge Yawn announced he morning at 10 o'clock Dept. The university spokesman said
Construction work is gaining i 0big frame house along SR 16 Meet I:: and Co: Atlanta will include Baptist Church of Starke with doctors
1 I there are still eating
Fifteen charges of worthless could not make up his mind what! '
momentum at the site of the new j while cars take to the ditch to' a maximum security and the minister. Rev. Lewis D. Hain- Asks City Councilor Sellers) as if he were suffering
check passing lodged against one I sentence he would give the three'
Ltate Prison in the county just ; get around. This house is one occupied close confinement building for II I :s. offiicating., Burial followed in I from a toxic poisoning condition
jjveniles. He took
in the several weeks the
man past I matter into
east of the existing prison com- by M. W. Sneaky acting 1.200! prisoners dining hall and I the Crosby Lake Cemetery. $10,266 and believe they have isolated the
dismissed in Court further
were County consideration and BudgetA
plex. In the top picture a truck' chief! of mechanical service at the kitchen.. heating plant, disciplinary reManded -j I Pallbearers were A- L. Alvarez.I ;substance: responsible for the bone
I after the the
Monday a hearing on three to the
crane holds huge pneumatic pr'son. Seven houses occupied by quarters well house and pump custodyof 'Ralph Alvarez. Jackie Alvarez..
a I mrrow pattern that is much slm-
disclosed that the bad the sheriff in
I charges untila '
hammer on top of steel beams be- prison staff personnel will event- i house and four guard towers. county jail John H. Morris. Kenneth Alvarez proposed city recreation budget Ka'to that caused by leukemia.
I checks were actually written in decision is reached. .
irg driven into the ground to I ually be moved to new locations J Four temporary buildisgs .three good faith. II onrt" Donald' Alvarez. of $10.481 presented to City* Trooper Sellers has a hobby of

form a utilities tunnell that will i just inside the prison gate in order 'dormitories and a dining hall Judge T. A. Yawn found thatA. DeWitt C. Jones' .Funeral Home Council last week by the Recreation -:blueing: guns, and uses benzenein

connect the boiler room to'ttteI( |' to make room for new con-' have already beerLbuUt.to'house C. Fairbrother, Jr., Jackson- Deadline; Hears was in charge of funeral arrange- Department if approved will The process.; He is known to
who will handle
rr'st of the prison.. : ftruction. i\prisoners:! manyof Vlle' operator of a payroll check a ents give the department a total of \have been exposed to the substance -

In the bottom picture Thomas The first phase of the prison the labor assignments on the writing firm known as Payrolls. For Entering 13724. just prior to the time he
U".*o it 1kJTs*.*a*>" r\f Lake Pit ease work being done by Thompson job.Robbins'. -- More first experienced the leukemia
u &OJL had issued checks to Than 2,000 (
Inc, employees Already approved by the County -
W ; d/JM'is Wand ; Store Moves of Paul L- Crawford Jr. I960 Soil Bank Commission is $3.242.95.I I r symptoms. Benzene is capable of

I The Barber / Magic local masonry contractor after Registered For S: 'rke's share of the county recreation causing a disruption in blood cell
ITo New Location t production:; if the exposed per-
'.Mb..J> Crawford had sent Fairbrother a
"" ti fund which in-
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is an
\F.l- \ Farmers who wish to take part
i i so.does have reaction to it.
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M On East Call StreetIrvin check for 1001.84 which should in the 1960 Soil Bank Conserva-:City Election rrease of $1,142 over last year. ,, fillers was back in the U of F
have covered the amount of Crawlord's In the budget request made to the
tion Reserve program must initiate
hospital: during the first week in
Robbins owner of Rob- payroll. action on their requests not later I Almost half of the estimated : commission in July City Recreation ugust and will return for another -

bins' Department Store on East Crawford then withdrew all his than Sept. 10. Chairman Felix total population of Starke is Director Bob Benner told checkup on September 8. Hews
Call Street said this week he was deposits from the CommunityState 'I them that 27 cent of those
Sapp of the County ASC committee qualified to vote in the city election per first examined there during
k ready to start serving his customers Bank in Starke. before his said .this week. on Sept. 8. I'taking part in the summer program ...me. He is still working with the

with an expanded line of chpck to Fairbrother had been The first step for farmers whorish Mrs. Robert Chapman of the!I were from outside the city. FHP. but has been transferred to

A'j 'clothing goods at his new locationtwo cleared for payment. I' to participate in the programis city haL staff said this week 204 1 Fees and charges are expected his hometown of Marianna.
doors west of the old store. Thinking Crawford's check was to bring in $125 leaving the
to ak' the ASC committee to D':W registrations had been re- 't, University doctors will continuet"
Robbins is still in the process on deposit to his account. Fair- annual amount requested from the city
set a basic per-acre rate ctived since the permanent regis- treat the trooper for benzene
j f of moving goods into the newlya'rconditioned brother issued checks to em- for the land offered to the Soil tration system went into effect. 'es. $10.266Decision on the amount poisoning Only by getting a defi-
4 .... building which ployees of several local persons Bank. will be made when the city budget -
.... With 2.347 previous registrationson ntp> reaction for the better will
t 3 housed the Eagle Dept. wo were using the payroll checking is completed the
; formerly department
1 The period for filing such re'Guests the books there are now 2,551 lhey be able to make a final diag-

4 Store but he said he was open service. is from Aug. 24 through registered voters in the city. i jwcs told'Absentee i(|nrsK of the ailment In the in-
r'I for business as usual. He asked i Crawford filed 11 charges on Sept. 10. Chairman Sapp empha-
Of this number 2,074 are white i tenm. Sellers will be given month-
that friends and customers watch July 28 charging the Jacksonville sized that no requests will be accepted voters and the remaining 273 are Ballots !ir :blood transfusions; amounting to
/ Ihe advertising of The Tele-_nan with passing worthless after the deadline. "
pages Negroes. Of the! new registrations i about; two pints.
Jf I Now
Cast
.. cnecks. Similar charges were filed Being
L graph for an announcement'soonto After the basic rate has been es-
T 171 were whites and 33 were I Friends of the patrolman in
be made of the formal openingof by Carl Johns on June 20. ErnestT.
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stablished for the land jln
I ; I offered colored.A City Election S'arke and co-workers on the pa-
winter 'hichas hard June 26. Theodore I i
wunng Phillips on
Gary Prevatt. 4'2 year old son ( the new store. the farmer will then have an opportunity current estimate of the city's rol) hate already established an

of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Prevatt to maintain the biy's ringlets and I II Robbins said one of the expan- Box on June 29. and R. L. Red- to apply for a contractat population is about 6000. This includes -, Absentee ballots for the up- adequate blood bank supply which

who live on the Brooker road took I sons: he planned was a full line di,h on July 10. any figure below the basic rate. all and
the hot weather this summer. ages sexes races. coming city election can be cast can be transferred to the Univer-

on a new look recently when his Imally persuaded her to send I I of clothing and white goods for All charges were showed dropped the when bad l! the offer can be accepted the I at the jity clerk's office during .:t" Hospital as he needs trans

harber uncle C. E. Adkins of babies and children.Tabernacle the investigation farmer will be notifed of the date Community SingA business hours from now until 5 fusions.
Gary to his Vmcie. wno has given'all unknowingly I issuedby
Z"lpho Springs gave him his first checks were by which he must return the signal p. m. Sept. 3. \
the boys their first hairtu. after his bank
j Fairbrother ':
haircut. Conservation Reserve contract 1960 Driver's Licenses
Community Sing will be held ,
who
'' Those wish to use an
As for Gary when the last curl' balance was disrupted by the failure -
At left is (1at:'. complete with to the County ASC office. at the Christian Church this Sun-
fell he gleefully rubbed th cback I of Crawford's check to be absentee ballot must sign an affidavit -'i New drivers licenses will go on
curls while photo at right shows The Friday evening service and Growers who participate in the oay at 9 p. m. sponsored by the .
declaring they expect to sate at the Cournouse 1 at
of his neck and said, "Oh boyt5at's cleared for paymentRotarians Sept.
him with Uie manly look that I I the Sunday morning Bible Class program receive cost-sharing help youth groups of various. churches.
| sure cool." be out of town on election day 3 a.m. Sales will be made in the
emerged after his uncle got in a I were conducted at the Tabernacle I n establishing approved conservation -I I Everyone is invited to come. 8. County
Sept.
hall outside the
few fast licks with clippers and :I I J h Barney E. McRae. The Book of View FilmDenton I practices on the reserved I I : Judge'soffice
Recent Birth and annual rental I, Brie a o Id perni its'
L eaT5. I I Revelations is being studied in the land payments -'

Mrs. Prevatt says that her two .Bible School with current events Houk ot Gainesville for the life of the contract. 1" ,

cider sons. Emery and Walter!!! Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal of Green II interpreted in the light of its pro- associated with Investors Diversi- Farmers who would like to.have I t .
Vove Springs announce the birth I, fied Services, showed a film at ,
kept their curls until they were l phecies. Morning and evening services further information about participating d'
:'!:, t.ut she decided to keep of a daughter. Cheryl Lynn at' were conducted last Sunday the Rotary Club Wednesday illustrating in the 1960 Conservation!' .r r 1t y

Gary's curls intact as long as she !Clay: Memorial Hospital on Aug. .. by the sponsor."' the financial growth of Reserve are urged to get in touch r \

toi'ld. A Beige of sickness: last 23 Mrs. Dyal is the former Miss cordial invitation is extended the country. He was introduced by with the county office as soon as

Pamela Lawson. daughter of Mr t- the public to attend all services L. O. Baldwin who had charge of possible, and certainly before r

I end Mrs. M- L. Lawson of Starke. at the Tabernacle. the program.men September 10. I
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FOR SEASON I Guard Units, Return From Camp



FOOTBALLTICKETHOLDERS : Company 3 (Camp Blandingl First Lt. James. F- Bloodworth attended and were graduated i II I at. the Starke}.armory.
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Viand II I Company C JStaikel] of the xho served as the consolidated!!I from specialist technical schools. The companies traveled to Fort iLLJ5j-- -

mess officer for the 748th Armored -. They were SP-4 Charley O. Norman Stewart in a ,motorized convoy
i Florida National Guard returned
I : Ordance Battalion accepted I Pfc. Allen J. Lewis Pfc. flat consisted of 29 vehicles from
I(home; last Sunday after an award the Charles E. Green Trophyon Constantmos Kopelousos. Pfc. Ir- Co.: C and 22 from Co. B. Whileat

Buy Them Now- I studded two weeks of summer i iI behalf of the Co. B carbme vt..9W.. Browning. Sp-4 Harold W. camp the men enjoyed libertyin

training with the 48th Armored tram. Bloodworth Is captain of Epps, Sp-5 Glenn Shuford andS the neighboring towns of

ADULTS $5.00 I I Division at Fort Stewart. Ga. i I.the team which won the battalion =>-4 Paul E. Starling of Co. C; Hinesville, Nahunta and Savannah -

Company B received the Adjutant I championship in matches firedat and Pfc. Haywood F. Murray Sp- The two groups collected approximately -

STUDENTS $3.50 General's Trophy for the top, Camp Blanding several months <'s Jimmy U. Thornton. ArthurA. $12.000 for the training -

company in the state in administration ago. Other members of the team Pratt and Kenneth R. Pew and period.Co. .
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-- % maintenance and training. include CWO Albert Foster M- Sp-5 Roland Mundorff of Co. B is commanded by Capt. r;

AJjutant-General Mark W. Lance S t. Clarence Scoggins. Sgt. 1. C. B. Jcreph G. Wood the 1st Sgt. is

This Space Contributed presented the trophy to Capt. Joseph Virgil Jordan. Sp-5 Clyde W. Both companies were informed Rene Garcia and officers are 1st

G. Wood company commander M.'.rsh. Sp-4 Robert H. Lappe and that: the division was increasing Lt. James F. Bloodworth. 1st Lt. Southside School Arouses Mixed EmotionsIt

Weekly to Publicize at the division dress (Irevi3wl Sp-4 Robert W. Voorhees. I 11 I. its strength and additional enlist- Walker E.: Wood, CWO Albert '

Aug. 15. i'i The guardsmen spent four days s merits could be accepted. Men in- Fister> and CWO Maurice Win- has been a Bice summer, bat the carefree said at first he wasn't looking forward to the beginning

Community Events by Company C also ranked hIghland I I in the field in a tactical bivouac{rested in joining one of the loca.1 gate. barefoot days will won be over. These three of school, but thru philosophically decided

THE COMMUNITY received ratings of superior I situation during which they furnished groups can do so by attendingone Co. Cis commanded by Capt. youngsters expressed varyiag opinions on the relative that ".* long M it has to Happen. I might a 5 well

I ard excellent in various phases of [ordnance] support for one of the drill sessions or con- Randall F. Chitty, the 1st Sgt. is merits of going to school<< or not going to be happy about it." Third.gnder Joaa Rogers
the training which included administration -!I third of the\livision. The remainder tasting a representative at the Robert W Drake and officers are
I STATE BANKOF I I school as they looked over the new Southside (renter) In anxious to put her shoes on and get
motor vehicle operation j of the time was spent at Fort --respective, armories. CWO Albert BH and Fred Snail and CWCftIt's
Elementary School that is readied to handle started to school while
mess hall operation quarters \Stewart where the teams operated ,Foster; is on full-time duty at the Drew F. Reddish. Rodney befog again, Jan Thomas is eager
STARKE inspection and tactical train frrm ordnance shops. '1 Comp Blanding armory and CWOA. I Hull John C. Stephens and A. LCrosby some 180 utmiraU wbn. ) ria*.e begin Monday. I ly a wait ins entry to the first grade She is son

ing. During the same period several L. Crosby Jr. can be reached :, Jr. Veteran Lamar Saaford (left), a fifth grader, the win enjoy going to the new- school.lODge .




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Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Miss Martha Jeffords of Ala- .Paul_ Knight .qf .Co-al. GaSIea mikiewa: : persons cuimlfig a1l1 e -en"kid-tetterseaa' shall be accompanied CUll) signed.Rach by: fSmenf Tte successful Of 115.9: bidder will\ be re.

... arm! daughtets and Mrs. W. E. fchua is visiting'Miss: tinda' Hug.gis -! was a recent op vfiitor of.his mother, tbo right following, title, lien property or interest situate in or to in a certified or cashier's check In'theAmount qmrtd and to payment furnish bond a performance hU.rattoty j jMA4
of the bM
of five
Milidleton sfint the weekend at this 'we k. Mrs. n.;. fc. Kjigbt. Thcy spent Bradford Let County Florida: whKh will be per returned cent when the to tut State of Florida In the amount
11 In Block
Jeftyll Iglaitd, ba. Mr. and'1 rs. Elmer L i"1S and 1 last, weekend with, Mrs. Charles Truby ,aad Company 11 in Addition Livingston to contract. is. executed the proposal the contract.of one hundred per cent of

Miss Frances LaSdrum spent children\ and Mr. lid Jtlrs.. J. 'O.Parker Larseu.. in Lakeland.' : r th., Town of Starke. Bradford is 'f''ted.Plans and specifications may be The Owner reserves" the right to
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iaidni -I -and Edwards Florida according to plat examined at the Florida Highway I releet any and all bid*.
the Weefeefid \atn her and children "spent Sun- Mr. Mrs. w. H. thereof recorded in Deed Book J at DFT> nTMEXT OF PCBI/C
Patrol Office. Palatka Florida.
ther Mrs. J. A. Lan lurn, inBrpoksville. 6ay afternoon at the zoo in HIghland o' Orange Part visited their page saw 2J2, of tbe public records of ''..,,14>1' of otarn. and specifications" SAFETY

THE NEWS and in Jacksonville. diughter-in-law, Mrs. June( Edwards 1OU County.AND; EACH OF TOU are may be obtained from the Department r State H. X. of KIRKMAN Florida. Director
of Public Safety, Neil Kirkman
Miss Evelyn Thompson of Man-,,ELECT EARL F. RULES CHIEF and children Wednesday. has hereby been notified that a suit in equity IwiJdIIl .T.Ufcne-.Sirtd_ P w*....-r /- -17 2t 'IIH

.-.... ._._._- ,.... .ticello is spending thhe week with 1 OF POLICE. !keys they stopped over to visit tbe above brought Court ,and against cause and you your in
her grandparents, 'Mr. and' iii-s.1 Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long and !her.aunt and uncle. Mr. and.Mrs. ,hereby summoned ordered and
: Pvt. 1c Otto Lohmann was the Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigleywere .1 required to fife your written an-
; F F. Stump. Dave had a$ guests, Monday I R. Al McCray in Columbia, S. C. swer.or. defenses to the complaint I CHIEF H f POLICE

: weekend guest of Mrs. Myrtle'Anller visitors to Jacksonville last :Miss Marjorie .Stith and :Mrs.! through Thursday, Gary and Mr. and H. L. Speer, had. as in Clarh said of cause MK1 in Circuit the office Court of In the the

on. Friday. I I Carol Searcy .of Thoniasville; Ga. Page Pritchett of Albany,.Ga. weekend guests his brother and Omnty" Court House in Stark... Florida -
Miss Kmela Parker daughter, .Mrs. Paul E. Canova Jr. of spent last Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pizzo and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. ,, on or before the first day of' _

: of Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Parker, Gainesville is visiting her daughter E. Speer of Ochlochee Cia. October 1JSJ. and to serve a copy .-;.%.
Brownlee. children of
with Mrs. H. L. Tampa spent the f oC such answer or defenses upon I hereby announce my candidacy for
.... had as her weekend guest Miss :Miss Norma Canova in Sara- Mrs. Don Cornell and.children UnlUs V Knight
Miss Temple Hess of Jacksonville weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joe plaintiffs attorney, ; I' the office of Chief of Police. I
I Massdlon whose address is Starke.> Florida. am
Cheryl Parker of Lakeland. last Scott and Laurel of: .
Heights.
toga They spent
Miss
weekend with
spent the Martinez. on er before said date> as required I
hare been
.. Andersdn arrived Ohio last Thursday with running my own.: on
'. Mrs. Myrtle I weekend with Mrs. Canova'smother Jackie Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews had spent by the laws of Florida and the
I Colley. : lilt Florida Tin lev nf r-Ivil t> the Police for about 12
home last Friday after a two Mi's. Effie Spellman in Mrs. John Love Wilkes and Miss o ro J : ; Force years.I .
Replace your old sewing machine as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and eedure. If yea fail to; do so. a decree '
: weeks visit in. Cocoa.0 Fla. Shesfceni Jacksonville.Ira belt with a new Sinker Belt Mrs. William Funk and daughters Kate Struth. t, '. pro routers will be entered ,, have been living in Starke for 40
the first week visiting her P. Shepherd Jr. and daughter tf Mr. and Mrs. H. 1... Speer accompanied against you,for the" relief demanded -? years. I am taxpayer.
I from Denmark.Furniture Co. of Jacksonville and Mr. and In\ the complaint. The nature of
t son and daughter-in-law, :Mr. Margaret Ann, of Newnan Miss Flora Slade spent the Mrs. Bruce Mathews of Gaines Mr. and Mrs. d.,. T. said !nit l,. to quiet and confirm the .<
is Fairness
.. and Mrs.: John D. Anderson and Ga. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. week'end with the R. D. Huggins to the County Agents Utte of said plaintiffs to said Lot 11 : My policy Honesty

: family and the second.JVI.'eek with!I E. past Ped n 'family In Jacksonville i ville.Mrs.. L. T. Crews underwent reception in ,the social room, of above clondu described therefrom.' and to remove" 4 .x and Impartiality.

her daughter and son-in-law Mr. Miller.EARL Bioward Hall at QairiesTiDe Moij- TW order shall he published once
I F. MILES CHIEF Beach. surgery on her eye today, Thursday retired a, week. for four consecutive weeks
: and Mrs. Edward J. Schawb and. OF POLICE* I Miss Patricia Humphries leaves In Riverside Hospital Jack day night. Mr.' Speer Palm is a Beach |in .Fradford County Telegraph a..I I feel with my experience, I am qualified for the
county from
family. I Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollingerhad for Jackson Memorial Hospital sonville.Mr. Co. agent newspaper auA having, published a general in said circulation County office.

as guests for a few days this in Miami next Tuesday where she therein> *
and Mrs. L. G. Powell '
returned Mrs.J, R. Wainwright arid children : I .WITNESS my hand as Clerk of YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON SEPTEMBER I 8TH
O.
I week her mother :Mrs. J. Win-
win begin her nurses training. Monday after a two weefts Betty Lou.Richard and Dayd I said: Circuit Court of Bradford
ters and Dr. and Mrs. Donald Travis Alvarez, who is station: in Saluda. N. C. They stopped ; County Florida and the seal of WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.B. .
FEDDERS 6tay ,, and:\, Mrs. Charles Darby and said Court at Starke, Florida. this
Winters and family of Hattisburg ed at Ft. Jackson, S. C. .for six over to visit her sisters Miss daughters, Phyllis and,Lee spent !flit; dar of Anrnst. 1939.CIR'PTT _

Miss. months training, is spending two es Louise and Etta Frrpp in COlumbia Monday at St. Augustine Beach. ( i corrtT !FE.AT.T" '
1"1 r CHAKLES A. FURRY. C. 'BEN'
HOLIZENDORFAiSAThSPECMLS
Jan Murdorff will return home Mr.
and
; weeks with his parents SC.. Mrs.. Charles w. McQuig and Clerk of the r.lr""lt Court of .
.. .
C-04U-N-G.
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August 31, from Oglethorpe Col- Mrs. R. B. Alvarez.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb children. BetbT and Michael returned Bradford County. Florida. --. -

t leg in Atlanta, Ga.Gulf and Mrs. Alfred B llran and son Jack, Mrs. Cecilia Williams Sunday to, Waycross, Ga. 8'27 4t 9/17

.. celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy after spending a week with Mr. NOTICK TO roxTmrrnmPealed !
bids will be received at the
.: by taking a tour of Weldon spent Sunday at the Mc and Mrs. Mack L. Williams and Florida Highway" Patrol Station I

... South Florida. Before returning Comb family reunion at Hart family, Palatka.iwirtment Florin of Pnblif'hv th Safetv. !State until D >- I

home they visited their old friendsMr. Springs on the Suwannee River. Judge and, Mrs. T. A,.Yawn entertained 1110(10 AM."_ PST n '-_ .C n,.m>u.,>r. tn.
Life and Mrs. Charles Becker and Mrs. E. L. Cox and her sisters, for her mother, Mrs. "59. totIIe rop.trnotion of a"iph I

Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph Sherwoodin < Misses Rosie and Edith Moore ,of J. G. Caldwell, on her birthday rida"'ay.. In Patrol'............nee Stition.>' with Starke.Fl plan!.

.. ADAPTAPLAN Boyton; Beach, and Mr. and Heilbronn Springs spent last August 21. An, outdoor dinner T"nd stw lf5<-"tlon" rrenared by SUGAR Sibs 39c
renft"
Hltft..on and Associates! ,
Mrs. Martin D'Agostine, formerly weekend with Mrs. C. F. Yeoman, with birthdaycak and ice cream """,,it..t. ...It f"1*_*,..
of Highway 301 South, Starke. in Lakeland. m. enjoyed by the guests. Those K"..II, M.M"rin he held to have
..T".tDf' lb. !nit .n Fits your Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley had Extra Bobbins save time--:.Stock. attending were: Mr. Caldwell Mr. wJf s.. to all ....-*'tlo"... dimension*-
the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Belche and children '",Hljt'e: et.-_ sml to Tiveb > 4Oxa"'i.
changingneeds as guests during up with Singer Bobbins at Denmark .. MILK| 3tallcans> < 39'
11,000 t>1sr. n" s'ifiv.tln.| ofv the
; $ and Mrs. Edwards and children -
$199.95 and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns Furniture Co. tf June .> 'lt to h- .f K. .and. -'fl"" hi", .
i BTU Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. A.Yawn's .. .
children of Apollo Beach, David Bristow arrived Sunday "pI' fl to --1ito < of H." "ntM'
P..>1j ho;...,. will, sr.hmlt h,.. nm.oQJ ... !
and Mrs. W. A. Scott of Gainesville from Tennessee where he had children. .. .
th '
on F r"n of Prnoosql (' ; CHECK BTU RATING Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Roberts been attending summer school at I I Mrs.,June .-Edwards..entertained. > MAXWELL HOUSE ,

of Lake Butler Mr and Mrs. L. Tennessee Tech 'Cooperville.. .at a family birthday weiner roast

.,. BEFORE BUYING A. Wynn of Hampton, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews .fir! her son, Hal, who was 4 on ; l lAb can 59cDIXIE

Stop worrying afcocl .o...,.,'1 itfi-a. T..f- 'Nr.n srcl and. son.Do had as their guest Wednesday June 23, at the home of her parents -
See The from "Tired Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald PtK'L!(
.. you suffer night and Mrs. J. L. Dowlingof
child's education\ well. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Yongueof
your Tires"? Use Redfcam's Remedy, Daytona Beach. ,_ .,,_. DARLING
: FEDDERSHEATPUMP insure it the exdushto pod thru Aug. SI only. See ad, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen of Ocala were out of town guests.

Keystone pa'ge. Aberdeen, Md. will be :guests of Aba attending were Judge and SUN iiibN. ""k
Asl TUES. 3 39c
; Adapt-A-Plan way. Mrs. T. Al :Yawn and ,children.Mr. ,. RICE
:Mr. and :Mrs.: K. G. Duncan attended their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
yourGulfLiferepresentative. and Mrs. Dave PauDc honored Al g. 30 :31 & Sept. 1
the Talbot family reunion Andrews: for several,.weeks. While .
their daughter Mrs. Ervin
,
.
,
# For at the A. K. Black farm in Lake here the. Cohens Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, at a, .surprise birthday Shake Hands VELDACOFFEE

City Sunday. Ronald Andrews and sons, Mrs.
dinner on the 24th. Those attendIng -
7 Summer. and Winter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Daytonand Wrights and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. were her son Larry David With The Devil

daughter, Dottie arrived Andrews will visit .places of interest Andrews a'nd James MILK2gallon 39CFLA.
4 Mr. .Mrs. Terry Carney, Don Murray
home this week after a two weeks in Florida. They will also
Fletcher of Jacksonville, and Ver- Dana Wynter, Glynis Johns
Gulf visit with their son-in-law and .spend one. week at Salt $prIgs. non Reddish.Mr. .

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Carl- ELECT >EARL F. MILES CHIEFOF and Mrs. Ronald Andrews.. Rock, Pretty BabySal DRESSED & DRAWN

Lrkt son. Martha, who spent the sum- POLICE. ertertalned at a birthday party Mineo, John Saxon, Luana

mer with her sister, came home i Those attending an all daYI I at their home Monday night,honoring Patten FRYERS 2Sc

Life wih her parents.Mr. meeting and cemetery working: at: Mr. Andrews father. W.L. Plus, Color Cartoon for Children

and Mrs. J. P. Dill had as I Lake Butler Wednesday from here. Andrews and their son. Jim.. Mrs.

A INSURANCE guests this week Mr. and Mrs. were Mrs. T. C. Chastain,I Mrs. Andrews mother Mrs. Wright.of Wed., Thur. Sept. 2, 3

: Oscar Hendrix, Jr. and son Dean W. L. Andrews, Mrs.J G.'Conner, Anaheim, Call was among the. LIMIT ON ALL .ABOVE ;ITEMS WITH $5.00 OR

W COMPANYW. of,,Statesboro,. Ga.._ .,. and Mr.. and Mrs. "J. I*(Dowlingof guests present.. / .-**;:I Young Arid.Wild MORE .FOOD"ORDER

11'AI: 1 ELECT EARL F. MILES CHIEF Daytona Beach.: TIlE RlOHf POINT fort( %>away With Gene Evans

I. OF POLICE. Mrs. A. N. Holliday, Miss MaryK. you write. Come In and .,-
H. HAND, SuperintendenBox t THE SPIDER COME IN AND SEE OUR NEW LOW
John Lloyd Edder of Mobile, Wainwright, and Charlie Cow- sect your favoriteESTEKB ,

SOS Phone \VO 4-4723 Ala. arrived Monday for a weeks en attended' a luncheon held in Fountain :'Pen.In I'ELF..GBA Plus Color Cartoon

f Starke Fla. ..'. LOW PRICES!
-- I. visit with Butch Elder. the Seminole Hotel in ,Jacksonville -
_. I Thr Circuit Court Of Bradford
p Mrs..J. P. Dill had as ,guests Tuesday. The luncheon wis I CoBBtr. Florida, In ChaBr+ry. Fri., Sat. Sept. 4, 5

Wednesday her mother, Mrs. J.M. sponsored by Civil Defense -to I Jan G. Lowery, Plaintiff. vs. Alex Alias Jesse JamesBob
Lowery Defendant
: when you needRELIABLE Lott Sr., her sister Mrs. Bes- stress the importance of tearing' NOTICE OP SUIT

.. rie Coffee and son Dr. James nuclear in the schools.Mr. In The .:Name Of The State Of Hope, Rhonda Fleming Carter's
and Mrs. Rolls V. KnightJr. Florida: To: Grocery
Coffee, and Mrs. Coffee's grand- THE VIKINGS
AUx Lowery, RA ,34Z3947, .}Lql
Beach
daughters Donna and Sharon Lu- of itfeptune were guestsof I
GAS SERVICE and Hdq Co. 13th Signal Bn., APO
; cw.: all of .TacId nille. relatives in Stake.last. Sunday 24. C/o P. M. San Francisco Cali. Kirk'Douglas, Tony Curtis

Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando afternoon and evening fornia. I,Plus t.C.isr Cartoon for Children 4 Miles West of Lawtey. on Road. 225
: THINK OF Mr. and lIrs.Foster Shi Smith Torn are-hereby notified that.asuit I L- c w -Iiw =
SLADE GAS ; spent Tuesday through for divorce and custody and -
her and children arrived home last support of children baa .been
Thursday with brother and
brought against! 'Y81l by .lane, O. .
i sister.i -la'w, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Tuesday after a weeks visit with Lowery in the above styled Court .
T\NKS:\ FROM 15 GALLONS TO'1,000 OR UP Matthews.air. Mr. Smith's uncle Dr. A. H. Shi, and cause. and you are hereby. sum-
mOiled* ordered and:required to file : SPECIAL VALUE
I INO
and Mrs. Thomas B. Hard- in Stratford. Okla. your written answer or defenses! to ,
PHONE WO 43551RCA
Needles fat the complaint In said cause in the .
Singer Sewing Machine .. ,
.
.
Sr. arrived ,
. ing home after a office of the Clerk of the above ,- "< '" ..
.. I weeks visit. They visited their Denmark Furniture Co. ti named Court In the County Court :

I daughter in Atlanta, Miss Alice Miss Mary Rivers Stutftins'? and Hotic!October in 3tarke 1. 1359 Florida and,to on serve or before a- &__. .!;Iiiv

June and relatives inlibuglasville Charles Cooper tooth of Tallahassee : thereof Hoiks V. Knight, _
Harding copjf upon 1 : I
1' ; 1urflci1 !iI1* $ ej
[ _'I
) Ga. and Chattanooga were weekend guests of !Mfs. plaintiffs attorney whose address ,
iaid
is.Starke.Florida before
: on or
NeVETHINSpoaaiie Tenn. J. R. Kite. date; otherwise decce pro.confesao ;

Time to ? See Redfeira's Mrs. MtcMUUairahd daughters, will be entered against you. .
; Retire This order shall.,be pubIiedweekly jJ
amazing Tire Deal, tbor Angr. 31, Rebecca'and Hijalmer'Janfe visited .for four consecutive,week .

only. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Rogers .1 1Quitman. In Ptadford County'.. Telegraph, a '
rtnly qualifl newspaper publishedIn !
DRIP COOK TOP
Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. Irpending Ga. from Friday"until pahl County* 1
Witness! mv hand and the seal ofa'd
Tuesday.
the week with the Charles Court at ,Starke. Florida, this ,
Douglas and Eldon Hardys. i Miss Marian'PenfleU of Boston, 26thday of Aupunt '1>>59. i tv' 4talrod"( J SifaceUaits
Mrs.n.) ,cIRCUIT COfRT SEAL) -
Mass. and sister Marie
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Griffii ,MccMUllan of Si Petersbtifgjwh'ohave : Is! CITAhLES A. DARBY : 2t lradIIJ) am.. Brurl Units
went to Columbia, S. C. last vreek" Clerk of said Court a
end to bring home their daughter been visiting'in Miami and S'7 4t 9/17 _- Faeus 5 Hut hsitieI L:11Jllit'i : '

Linda Griffis who spent the sum other points in the South'wffl ar ... .. PuttoacctoIs I
i Thursday 0 to spend some time IB. The Clre.\U Court Of Ba&t.rd _
mer with her grandparents, CMtBty, Ptond*. I.' c..eer 1Y4czI1i4kI; '
LLtEE1F1t and Mrs.. H: I. Schumpeit 1\fr'l''I with their sister and brother-in. Mary Williams, Plaintiff. vs. e rued Rm Breier ? i
law, the J. L. Gentrys. David Williams, Defendant.
Mr. and Mrs Darren It :mnOnd NOTICE OF SUIT
S and children of Winter Havfen Miss Vida Jean Gentry wtnarrire | 'In .The .Nafeie 1 Of tbe State: Of
Thursday after spending a Florida: To:
spent the weekend __. _with thJ avid Williams J01-A ElizabethCant
fear with Mis sBetty Gentry
ir i i Charles: Douglas; and Eldon H t- days ) .Apartments. Columbus, Georgia MOENC.H APPLIANCES
In Savannah GL Miss Gentry .; and, in care.of Alabama State
lI Prison at Atmore. Alabama; ,
dys.MlsS4 win accompany Vlda' Jean home.
;Tou are hereby notified that a suit i
Elaine'! 'Jofa& of jicksonville Mr. and'Mrs: O. F. Siemer, Sr. for divorce and custody of children'has 220 E.WASHINGTON ST. STARKE, FLA.

spenl list"Thursday have as guests this week; his been brought gains you br .
== ; Mary Williams, the above styled .
through Monday'with"i tfjss" Linda mother( Mrs. E. H. Siemer. of0'latfdo Court and cause..and you are here -

Kay Hotton. .daughter'otMiand: and Mr. and Mrs: :!.Hardy by summoned ordered and.reqnirta
E Srto \ to: file your written an** r or defenses I
-- Mrs! J. c:. HoitonJFurchlse B. Fanning of S .VnIIAb, Qa. to the complaint. in said flTT7eI
dt.t': mtfel*of'Sinter They all spent the day hi Orlando caure in the office of the Clerk of
the above named Court in the Coun:
: S wliiI Mathlne: *f Denmark, Thursday.Mr. ty Court House hi Starke. Florida.)

____ Furniture"Co: tf. end Mrs. H..Slade, hadas on or before October 1, 1959, and .
Mrs. Etta rioove*: hii as Sunday -i guests this week Mr. and'Mrs. to serve a copy:: thereof upon attorney Hollis,
At' V Knight. plaintiffs I 1. C. (CLIFF) HAZEN JR.
Start
..ii..l I. N......... t.. gfie M h f nepnew; Alvin John SU Ud wh -were returning I whose "address W Starke.'Florida. on' :
_
.%3'-3.. r .f1C! ,. $4fl'95: Chace of Jacksonville. ." to Cuba after a year's leave hi. or before pro confesso said date will: otherwise be en.'red decree ,

-" 17 inda* "" .l : I Mrs". Peggy Barnett and chil. the States- .. : .a1At you. YOUR

o 9ib._.. ,...1.1A....-. :' .. --, .-:! dren:left last week for their home' Mr. and M 'S. X. M Smith and' Tntf order for four shall cwwentive be published weeks

-.-- in Sin DiegS 'af"spendmg the family- returned Monday after]:Ji' In weekly Bradford County 0 TelegraphduJy ,- a

summer with her' parents; Mr. week's vacation in the' Smoky qualified newspaper published
.
VICTOR;. and- ,_Mrs.......: -A-:""' ri. 1 :."' _...-.. _....,.Mountains_ .. ,f.Eenfoute... L to 'the, .'$,moI .-.,-.. in of;.KtM said'Civnnty.ATITSESS-Coart ray.at hand Starke.and, the Florida. seal, I City Clerlt

thk' !Ctb day of Aurnst, liS!.
..i....1tt. aiw "' .--.fi. tiY Iibebo1d. STORE Men's Clothing (CIBCItT COURT sEAL) ,
ALVAREZ' Ii
Yeri-thia'sty&4* mnt .ttractivie kI Established 1894' /1.1 CHARLHS A. DARBY
.. .. ,. .__ Clerk of said Court I
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K w f mn
,
portable you're ever BIll So powcrial ?cp I ._... .... ..._..w a'...,. Sf4W t 0 _ ',i 4t "It -

standing pejfonnance een to noA fa> areariSHEPHERD'S /..., .In The'; ClTrm\tC9mti\ Of'.BradfordC 1 r-. 1) CAPABLE
.. Ftorldai la- 4 .
Btr ClaBeery..Itwtom I
.Saftj .-.CGIiII ....... ..... \ Rfc ELECT Wahtin and his wife, *
V'. 1 QUALIFIEDEXPERIENCED
ttildtr Wahlin; Plaintiffs TS.,
,. :
.
S Tithe Giarda Laura De Thompson et al, Defendants .

e R.FRIll Ting ili i: T ril_..... ,Q : NOTICE. OF SUIT, ,

8dPidlnIlI -_"-- 4t.r4 \ J: D. DOYLE In Tbe. Name Of The State Of .
Florida;.To;. :
.'. twic. .. .;... .... ..- .._r- Laura pe. Toonap n. .Angelina I : The Candidate who has unselfishly( devoted:
W. Llnie
Waller. O. Livingston
cPfL ;' t-- -c -= --c: .. rartrpVUl Turner K. Martin. Gortfoa i t his time and efforts to the for
i ..- :; Martin and. F..L. MAT t la..If,.aUve City
CITY 'COUNCIL(
-- and tf dead the unknown heir, degrantee. : .
'VNt.. Irtnors.. creditors several years, acquiring the necessary ex

(Group'5) nr aft.r other described claimants lands to by.the through.herein ; T..i perience to out the
: ) RADIO &' TVStarke tlDofer.oraa.aln"t each sacS deceased _- carry duties of the

". "A- .BJsiNMAWmi persia and the unknown b.Jr *#-
'0 r vlsee. grantees lienots. creditor offfce
$ WQ"'l-1i961' Fla; ( .PoL ABT.) or other cUImatats in and to the .
.
,
'
lands Hr,
hereinafter described
.
Pd
) ( Pot. Adv.)
"thr ugh, tindef or again J. W.
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Martin, deceased; and also, to all I

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a:, THURSDAY: AUGUST 21, 1959- : BKADfOKlJ COUXT1T TELEGRAPH, STAKE, tLUKIUA PAGE THBEl>
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I Dr. And Mrs. Rowe Miss Privett To Wed Mrs. May Brannen, Lions Plan Car Wash Cirr-cit fie* (.f the Court undersigned at tarkf'Clerk. FI<> of I I e. h week in the for Rradford four County consecutivein Telegiapn. -

Honored At Party Robert G. NormanMr. Hampton Resident, Saturday To Support vr A. K-fore L. 1559.the and 28th to day serve of a h ness. my hand and the seal of..
Ji :hereof on Theron A. yawn said Court at Stark Bradford
By PresbyteriansDr. Dies In JacksonvilleMrs. Charity Project plaintiff attorney. who!e County Florida this August %Otb,
is- Post Office Drawer 791. lily
Florida on or before raid date onl'1"I (SKAL)
and :Mrs. S. P. Rowe were May Jones: Brannen of The Starke Lions Club is plan- r-jaired by the laws of Florida CHARLES A. DARBY. Clerk of

honored at a farewell party given I i Hampton,'74TdJeil Friday Aug. 21 ning a car wash day Saturday at the If ?Florida on fail Rules to do of 110.Civil a decree the. Circuit Court of Pradford County -

the Presbyterian Youth Fellow- in a Jacksonville hospital. The Warren's Super Shell Station, 252 q j'-'nfejso will be entered against By Marian L Crosby Deputy
Gladys Mooty ship last Sunday night. daughter of the late David Jones W. Madison St. Proceeds will go for the relief demanded in the ( I I Clerk
.... I plaint. 827; 4t 17
ow -- --- I Place cards, carrying out the .r'ts' and Delaney Hall Mrs. Brannenwas to support the club's charity project This notice shall b" published

Southside ElementaryTo Ethel Cook To Wed .farewell theme marked the placesof born in Hampton Aug. 10 that provides glasses to citizens -
the 18 guests present. The } 1885 and had lived her entire of the county who cannot e STRAWBERRY MULCHING FILM

Organize PTA James Donald Thomas .center table was decorated with life there. I afford to pay for their own. I I 1.5 mils 3 ft. x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roll. Cash with order

, At Tuesday MeetingSouthside ... .!yellow summer flowers and i ir Survhing are her husband The Lions report they spent 1.5 mils 4 ft. x 1000 ft. $18,62 per roll. Cash with order
flanked by yellow candles. Jessie J.; one daughter. Miss Jes- $364 last year in support of this
Ask for prices of other
Elementary PTA will g 'Tom Jackson, the master of sie May Brannen. Bartow; twos project, and that no needy persons thicknesses and sizesPOI..Y

hold its first meeting at the ceremonies, presented Dr. Rowe ns, Raleigh of Hampton and D.: have ever been refused aid. FILM I CO., Inc. Box 957 Crystal River, Fla.

school Tuesday Sept. 1, at 8 p. with a pen and pencil set as a D. of Lakeland; two sisters, Mrs. Shoppers In town on Saturday

m. and those who join and pay momento of the occasion.Dr. Thomas F.Brown of Hampton and will. have the opportunity to have o. _'__ .__ --
Mrs. Albert Sullivan Ocala their cars washed for $1 and know .
of ; ,
dues at the meeting will be considered f and Mrs. Rowe were adult - -
four their will to a worthy
money go
grandchildren and five
charter members. advisor of P. Y. F\ when he prac-

Officers were elected last: May ticed denistry at the State Prison -' greatgrandchildren.Services cause. LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS
The weekly of the Club
at an organizational meeting. .. and are now moving to Fort: were held Sunday at 3 meeting
They are: Mrs. W. II. Graham, Pitrce where he Is opening a pri- p. m. in the DeWitt C. Jones was highlighted with a talk by

president' : Mrs. Merrill Mc nna.n. vate practice. Chapel with Rev. W-P. McElroy I Clvde Terwillegar on the proposed I Now Serving Starke
new Starke and Bradford County
pastor of the First Baptist Church
ce-president; Mrs. H. H. Adams, the Rev.
Among guests were:
of Hampton, officiating. Burial Golf and Country Club. Mr. 'rerwUIegar -
and Mrs. Melson Privett of
secretary; and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and :Mrs. Barry Vandeventer Mr.
: .. and Lawtey announce the engagementof I was at the Santa Fe Cemetery. outlined the general plan Cooking and
Mrs. David Heating
Montgomery 7.50 Per Tank
and of the club.
layout
adult advisors Miss their daughter. Alma, to Robert Pallbearers were H. A. Lawson
Evelyn
Thompson of Monticello, and Mrs. Gerald Norman son of Mr. and Seeber Goodman. Clarence Cooper Cooking (only 8.00 Per TankNo
Mrs. Truman I. Norman also of Ralph Qainey. Lester Slade
.
The
Guy Andrews Mrs. Malcom Clrrait Court Of The EI& '
treasurer.Florida iIiiiii1EMr Lawtey. Claude! May; and alternates Ho- Jadirlal,Clrnlt Of Florida IB tad
Sanders, and Mrs. Larry Hardin, ,
'o.a.y
'or Bradford ( I. raamwry.
who helped with the serving. Miss Privett was a 1959 graduate thelle Jones Tracy Jones and I Case: *.. 12-780 Charge For InstallationPHONE
of Bradford High School. Her John Seymour. Ruth Glisbon Starling Wells
Following the dinner a social Plaintiff, vs. Edward Louis Wells
i fiancee is employed at the Big Defendant.
hour was enoyed LAKE BUTLER
HYATT 64351Joe
Did Manufacturing Company. Miss Linda Smith DIVORCE
Amended Order Of Publication
and Mrs. Theador Cook of The wedding date has not been Hostess At And Notice To Defend In the Name Shaw
Mr. PartyMiss
Jacksonville announce the approaching And Mrs. Cray announced. Of The State of Florida to:
Edward Louis Wells, 12(3 Henry
Theatre marriage their Feted With PartyAt Linda Smith was hostess I .-\v..r.UP, Des Flaines, Illinois. .... .
daughter Ethel.Virginia, to James Miscellaneous Shower You are hereby notified that a suit -
ClubMr. Friday night at a delightful slumber In 'equity of divorce and for restoration -
Donald Thomas of Pittsburg, Tex., Blanding
party at the home of heruncle of maiden name has been fined
son of Mr. and Mrs Buster Thomas Honors Recent Bride against' you by Ruth Glisson Starling .. - .
: and"'aunt,-- Mr. and Mrs.J. Wells' in the above named Court andcau''l' .. .- -. .- -
also of Pittsburg.The and Mrs. A. L. Crosby. Jr. .
t: Saturday, Aug. 29 Mrs. Dick SmithMrs. W. Anislie on Crosby Lake. and you are hereby summoned -
wedding will take place at e and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tilley veered and required to file your

2 p. m. Sept. 13, in the Pine Level I entertained at a lovely dinner party Dick Smith a recent Shortly following the arrival ofthe complaint written answer in said or cause defrenses at the to the of- he Elect

Baptist Church. No invitations I Monday night at seven o'clockat /bride, was the honored guest last twenty-six girls a weinerroast I Riley Sweat
was held. During the latter -
the Officers' Club at Camp
r vill be sent but relatives and .Thursday night when Mrs. Dave
P-landing. honoring Mr. and :Mrs.J. part of the evening the girls,
friends of the couple are invited. Paulk and daughter. :Miss Sylvia
E. Gray who will leave soon Paulk cooked pizza pie. 90 DRIVEINTHEATRE
entertained at their Crosby -
Patricia Dixon Weds to make their home in Baltimore Lake home with a miscella- CHIEF OF POLICE
Md. Mr. Gray is being transferred neous shower. Lonzo Kirkland s
Robert D. Robinson to the DuPont office in Bal- I
timore. Pink gladioli roses and fern Enters MinistryOf I POLICE PROGRESS in the Starke

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dixon Preceding the dinner the guests were psed throughout the party Church Of God On Route U. S. 90 4. L department during the past year has
rooms in for this love-
i announce the rececnt marriage of enjoyed swimming in Kingsley, decorating BALDWIN, FLA. r been due to my untiring efforts to
affair.
a+rw their daughter Patricia to Robert also, dancing on th patio. ly Mrs. Rowe served Lonzo Kirkland who has been Show Time 7:45 P.M. a unite the force into a group of
Jimmy
punch
David Robinson, of Mrs. D. F.
son evangelizing in Starke since theater
ROOERI TAYUIR-IDLE [IDOR The large club room where the trained men working together for
Robinson and the late Mr. Robin- during the evening. The silver
!
of
part April recently received ONLY
seated: dinner was held was attractively ONE NIGHT the betterment of the community.
DM CASSAVETESJtm son of Fort Lauderdale.The punch bowl placed on a lace his "exhorter's papers"after
u CM*CwmSun MEUOCOUI bride is a graduate of Brad- decoarted with green 'I covered table was surroundedwith passing an examination for Thur., Aug. 27 During the past year, I have put into operation a

... ford High School, class of 1959."ery and summer flowers. tiny pink: rosebuds and the first rank in ministry of the Benefit Baldwin Lions Club I complete file system for quicker and more thorough

Mr. Robinson graduated from Fort Those attending this delightful sprays> of fern. Church of God. RUN SILENT, I handling of all cases. This includes accurate records
Lauderdale High School and is affair with the hosts and hon- During the evening were .
t I I games A graduate of BHS in 1958, RUN DEEPClark I containing full information concerning each individual
also' a graduate of the University I cress were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. enjoyed and prizes were won by complaint.
Kirkland will leave Friday to enter .
t
cf Florida. He is presently em-, Thomas., Mr. and Mrs. J. F. the bride and by Mrs. J. ,R. Wain- Gable, Burt Lancaster I
Lee College Bible School at Using this system all cases receive the same con-
i I Bloodsworh, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. _
ployed as an engineer with the wright and Miss Linda Kay Sales. PLUSFIGHT -
.,. Da Pont Company, I Hazen Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. After the honoree opened her I Cleveland. Tenn. for further theological sideration, no matter how minor the crime may be. And,

The marriage took place at Na- H. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Randall gifts refreshmnts were served. training.. FILMSPatterson all information is placed in the file for future i inspec

} rmnta, Ga., August 6. Mr. and Chitty Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. The hostesses presented Mrs.' tion.This
... Mrs. Robinson are now at homeat Rabb, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy I tI t Smith :with a blanket, a memento Price Of School vs. Johansson is one of the many steps of progress I have taken -

\. fteleosed. By Howco'Interaction* 267 W. Madison Street aftera Andrews. ,: of the occasion. Lunch Goes Up and 2 Color Cartoons during the past year.

>. wedding trip to Miami, Daytona, I I Forty-five friends and members -
Plus. Cobs and Robbers" YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY
and Fort Lauderdale.Woman's Starke Social Club of the family were present. Cost of lunch at Bradford High Fri., Sat. Aug. 28, 29
Cartoon. APPRECIATED ON SEPTEMBER I 8TII.
School cafeteria will go up from
Club Board To Meet TuesdayThe Circle 3 WSCS Meets 25 to 30 cents with the beginning THE TRAPRichard .
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,.. 'Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. cf the new school term Principal et' :
Meets TodayThe Starke Social Club will holda Next Wkhnark Lee Cobb
WednesdayCircle Hugh Ingram reported this week.
.. Aug. 30, 31 Sept. I I. 2 I .
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t social at PLUS.-
and business meeting -
The increase, Ingram said, was ,
of 4
executive board -
: .the 7:30: p. m. on Tuesday Sept. 1, in 3, WSCS will hold Its reg'lar --
RUN OF THE
? I awn..e..".. I, Woman's; Club: will meet Thurs- the Presbyterian Church Hall. meeting Wednesday Sept. the result of higher food costs and

GEORGE STEVENS day afternoon at 3:30: in the club Visitors and newcomers are in- 2, at 10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. in a conference with cafeteria ARROWWith While Prices Continue To

r.0ue..r. wo house. vited to attend. W. L. Blair. 902 Butler Road. manager Mrs. Myrtle Jones it Rod Stelger
I was decided to raise the lunch
MILLIE PERKINS A '
price rather than sacrifice food I Sun., Mon. Aue. 30, 31 Go UP Everywhere '

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FUNDS2A WMU will meet Tuesday Sept. 0'Dan

Plus "Feast and Furious" 2, 9:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. I Duryea Jan SterlingWUEfflS COMING DOWN!

Cartoon M. M.: Morgan 920 Butler Road.
balanced fund, for instance?

Investor Mutual, lae, is a balanced fund with objectives of reasonable

Thur., Fri. Sept. 3, 4 return, preservation of capital and long-term appreciation possibilitiesthrough Elect .
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seeking long-term growth possibilities through ;. *(
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are to provide reasonably stable Quarterly income and to con cry";
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with emphasis on growth possibilities. i

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>AGE rOCTt:
BlWJFOD'COt7Nn'fttItJ1tAPB.8rBD. flOBlDJ
THtRSD.T'CGtST21.. 1953.Before
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5 urn more cr less all lying and from the Official !Statement McCarthy. New Turk New York and1'stt.rson.
editorial being In Bradford County, Florida.A I, William T. Jaekwn. Mayor of Three Bonds to br issued to fi- Freeman Ki hard. B and
Tornadoes To Start Contact Work 'tbe property of the above
: Citj.f Starke. Florida by virtue nonce the rost f-f the aeuulsiti"a Jack-nine.
named defendant and that on the7'day'
or the
.- '" authority tested iw ni* br < -ofmrxMtinn of a gas dii-triVa-
of .
Sept. 1J39. between
the
t- Law. d4 ht-rrhr- call an Klwtion:: to lion system' for the i'itr of Starkr, Complete fnaactal information,
.J legal hours of pale namely elevene'.Iock bf heM at the Fir Station in the Florida, pohaJl br! payable solely from to bidders, basis nf
in-iftxtions award -
la the
forenoon sad two
It Is Too : aforMid Town by Qua1ifi..d"tf'rll one l-f"ur..1 by lien
Late After Two Weeks Conditioning o'clock in the afternoon. on saidelar. a prior upon to sm-i-rssfnl bidder hid form
on Tuesday. and
pledge
September 11\ P. a of the net re".nuu.1..rh..1 .
wf the Official tal"n"ntn-
at the east door of the CourtHouse 1,;l. for the from the t-pti-f
purpvje of electing the operation of the
other
and pertinentmaterial
In Bradford ltnrinK! report
County Florida
: '!From following officers: gas di.trlhutir.n system of said (', .
time to time ty.I'i.l.j..rlt from the
br obtained
'as Telegraph reporters
go I will offer for sate and sell to the mar
....-' 'about the county, they observe many of the old Bradford High footballers will some; vicious downTield blocks at above highest described bidder f.>r property cash, lhand as the the O.VB 0\K: CTTT MAYOR CLERK.FOR TREASCRKR.TWO TKATl.- <- rate err..r re
things that tell something of the story of don Tjads and start knocking bilking, dummies. property of said defendant to satisfy T.1xSsES.tor.: AND TAX CC>L- IHTtnT B.d. must i.e submitted \d\ -!<<.rT Seri; In. P O Box
early -
form
t
J.K-.TOIL on a t. >e provided by the .. .
FOR TWO TEARS. : nritl t Florida The
heads for the first time when The Tornado backfield under execution. ? : Jai-ks
.... "lifeiu thearea. It is-to be '>\E CHIEF t'tfin'h hid to be a< " : that somehow OF POLICE and all is
: hoped ; FOR ,,. r'jtht: t> rejert any
sr.hool opens next Monday.The Coach Dave Hurse, has also been P. D. REDDISH T\ro TKAR. a '.ified or :aohiershei k in the
these items.will be preserved because,.even now Sheriff Bradford County HRofP anmtirr >f js.iooflfl and snbjeri! 10 rfoc 'ved
,
rough work will begin after showing lots of speed and 'spiritwith'quarterbacks'Harvey P 8.' 4t 827Clrmlt FOR TWO IV. ONE ALDKRJLVX, the unqualified appr.bvlnr: legal, Carl Johns. On rtf'J'SJI '-
:: r hew residents and younger people have little conception two weeks of early practice which Tanner-- -- .ROfP: V.TEARS. oMnf.n of Rrt-d. Hoyt. Washbum & It. 5:7
ONE
of life as it was lived by the early set- and Irwin Martin getting"'plenty FOR ALDERMA.V.
fundamental TWO .
his consisted of C.mrl I-.1.! ("....y. FUrUa TEARS.tSPECTORS I. I
..... t}erSt Tork on blocking and tackling of ball handling'and faking 'prac- lloyt M. Mann and Evelyn B. : FOR SAID ELECT- -

.The brave and hardy souls who first settled form, play timing, ball handlingand t('e'under the coach's watchfuleve. Minn M. Sarzent., his wife Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Key lOX, CHARLES / l wo

.. here 'physical conditioning.Head -.OTICB -HKRRIF-S! S. LEXvtlce .. HARDT
&J. for the .
were, most part, small fanners -1.. RRNF 'TjxE U"XlI.\RK
-,. 'Martin a halfback on last year's birebglnn that I. P.
not, as in some other sections of the South, large coach Lennard Register D. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford SHELI.IE HALL .
B-leam.\ will work at RAT -
: quarter NONE -
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,. as County, Florida under and
seamed pleased with the physical by virtue -
plantation owners. They did most of their own Veil as"half this year in"order"to of a writ of execution heretofore JOHN noiix
work,'even to building their modest condition of the squad at this Issued out of the Circuit Court, PEtOTT SMALLER ft5
own homes. spill Tanner who played 'defense ALBERT FOSTER HANDY
Union
pont! and said the boys would ba Cwunty. Florida in the above f .
_.- They felled the trees, cutting and squaring the ready for light contact work as last!' year while Babba LaMee called styled: cause> I have I levied upon the MRS U C SMITH ,
timbers ; the offensive strategy. following property situate, lying I miTiJ'0VT. HEREOF, tJ f1SEE
: and drawing the interior planking and soon as pads were issued. State and being in. Bradford! County N.LIE SCBSI'kIBF.1 )1\ CABINETS} =
Coach Register said the AND (.U'H THE
roof boys Florida. to-wit: H\L OF
shingles by hand. rules: prevent highschoolers'fromtionnnn Till: 9.lID ToWX Tn e
Commetwr at'Northeast B.
w'Ud be decked out in nni- rner ofKec HERECNTiI -
Some of these hand-drawn shingles can still be full equipment until the game Run West 881' to South r1or AFFIXED Tlf18 :1 (JAY .IF 7HEM (! '
.111. .. .
i forms'Labor Day morning in order Rd. 21. westerly and southerly on Y. \ n., utt.: .
: seen in the county, but most: have long since been scnool term has officially opened. to give news photographers a r/w 1*":!.. feet to P. O. B. Xorth 87 ")FF It'iAL SEAL)
Register is still worried .about d..lr.tt1t! : feet east *<4 feet to WIf.I.1A11 T. JACK' X. :MAYOR
: covered by tin or-other types of modern chance to of ATTEST
roofing. get pictures: the entire lake, Smith :2!II degrees S O feet east :
The old house still being used as a storage shed the smallness of his lineman. but team. The cheerleaders are inn feet. south SI degrees -11 feetttst C.\HL JUH.VS, CITT CLERK frG/VE THE

: a 'in the. Keilbronn Springs section, has pucheon hopes that spirit and speed will also scheduled to be on hand whenth to*>beg.:2! feet pee 1o:2!*. rd.township ta.rtb'e'Ir.Uft'E't ; Sfl 22E.: _- 56 t jjOKWtl.K wKTCHEN1

floors hand-drawn interior paneling and m' ke up: for lack of beef. "They! cameras start clicking and As the pr"pI'rty..t the abovenamed %OTICF:
: even a
i4:5.I.IR::
look like halfbacks instead of photographers for the school defendant and that on the _
annual 111'
a hand-made hinge that swings the door of hand- 'i day of Sept 1'iS, between the 0. STIRKI'' FI.ORIIII
lineman but theY'are fast and are will be getting some of their leg-al hours of sale, namely, eleven 'TI R U. fa s III%TRIRTIO> ;AIJ 'SUCH ANvII
: drawn boards true today as it did when it was hustling well." he said while work out of the way at the same o'clock in the forenoon' and two S-rled lua f\: t f: RO\IN, _
c-Yfock In the afternoon on said bids will t. r..i\.d b\ '
first installed. watching the boys throw time. the! I'UY Council: of / )
day at the east door of the Court the City of 4/Rf ,
: The H,; "In'Pfartford Starke.:' Florida tn and ,
old stick-and-clay chimneys have all but t>sp Coifnty. Florida, 2.00: indudiPK
: '' I will offer for sale and sell P.M. h$T.. September 5. I5i! ,
to the
: disappeared. There are still a few left in the Ten Farmers Tabbed Presbyterian Church highest bidder for cash in hand, the for tne pnrcha. of 423.0oa. / xatnrai I. .- .

county but they rapidly crumbling and rot- alKne described property as theproperty l.as Distribution Revenue B.ndi. .
are For ASC Committee; 27 of said defendant to sati late.i June I. m: !, WIth principal
Thursday Aug. -'Meeting x>f
and
: ting away, and are no longer in use. sfy said execution.P. rfmi-tnniu} interval June 1 :
To Be ElectedTen Sunday School officers and teacher and T1e'ember 1) Payable
Five D. R ddivh at the
: Many old tools, once used in cultivating the in the Manse at 8 p. m. Sheriff of Bradford Connty. Fla.7.30U829. Florida. National Ink of Jatksnville. -
land Jacksonville, Florida or at the :NO MONEY DOWN
in work around farm ,
or
carpentry are lying
farmers have been nomi Friday, Aug. 28.-choir Prac- option of the holder| at the Florida
: homes in the county and will soon be lost or nated to fill five positions on the I. TII. f'..*!, 'l.dcV. fmrt Of 'Sank of; Starke Starke. Florida
tice.The Bradford ..,... coupon Bond (not reKistrrablel.
(Vw 'p"
Flotilla
a "rusted out" if steps are not taken to preserve Bradford County Agriculture Stabilization sacrament of the Lord's hale t. 'numh..r..d J.|;... tm-insire. in de-

: them. The same is true of old butter churns'and Conservation Committee.The SU; npr will be celebrated at the IX KK- Estate of Aaron K. TavCITATION' I'rllIY ftomi'latlon in of |l. i If 9afh.' maturing Repair
numerical
lo. 'eceasi : other household articles used by the housewife ten names ''by the nominating Morning Worship Service, Sunday, 1 of each year as follows,

oft 50 10Q There still committee are: Chester Andrews, Arg. 20.MAYOR'S. The Slate (.r Florida T"11('. Ufi: $ .11/111
or many'.old
: : years ago. are Taylor whnye, residem-e is unknown. IH3 10.04,11 Add Rooms
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L. L.
Cvde Cone, N. J. Davis if 1,4 111,000r65
ante
syrup kettles around the county, but many of and if dead all unknown :
Dyal. Paul Faulkner, James Rosier COURTA personstanning'" ) any interest in the II1.flAlt
: them are used now as watering troughs instead rMat of Aaron I Ii. Taylor) dneastrd, 16"! in.Ann .
J. Q. Rosier Felix Sapp Lon- i6I.
of Jor their original by through, under or ajr.ainstlIt'n 10,0001,6s Bath Room
purpose. nie Crawford and J. B. White- light docket at,Mayor's Court, Taylor; and all other persons concerned 4, 10.04,0
: lost of these tilings have little monetary val- head. wth': only five cases listed for I'l'U'arf': "herrtiy that J'1t.n Ift.Ift.II""no" (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-

i fle,:but they tell so well the story of a fast disappearing Ballots will be mailed to all trial became- even lighter Monday petition has! bn filed notified in said Court a 1'.1 10.000 TURES)

'way-of life that it is a shame-to -have farmers in the county August 26, &when none 'of the defendants praying heirs of 'for1 arf.a:'determination K. Taylor.'deceased."of the '1'1 192: mono:>ooo

them lost because of a -Jack of interest on our and must t>e returned by September si"wed up. each forfeiting bond. ant .tar a determination their U74 IS.-0 Time To Re-roof
Those .. trs li/l1l1I:
rt''p. tlInI"8 and
charged 'were: : you aretertby'rwynired
ASC office
part. 8 to the n Starke. fileyoiir IIII i.lot'll
to written -
Notable-among historical homes ,in the county'is according to Mildred Sapp, County Fred Bryant public'intoxication. lefen>r thereto within 40 days .. '""* ]:>.nllll
bond tT! :>.
$27.50. aster the first publication hereof.hr.uld 1 flQII
the'one still standing on the John O. Kelly Office Manager. Three regularand ''HermanWhite you fail therein decree will 1''a :A,oi>oJA
; two alternate members will disorderly conduct be entered in>> due course upon said :ws n.llfHI
'homestead'in the New River section. This house ,bond $27.50. 'petition. 1'c! ;I 29,900I"2. .STARKE: BUILDERS
be 'eleeted to the committee. ,
built 'WIT\ EOS'my hand and the seal II./llin
was sometime before the Civil'War and was James Scott public intoxication 109:
of said Court at Starke, Bradford AAArsifloo
'one'of, the:larger homes in the area, 'having been bond $27.50.Prank 'ounty. Florida, this 17th day of !!A'4 I
"built with slave labor. The'massive-wood beams Adults Registering ( :McWhorter Felthan A.lSurt. 1S55OFFICIAL! 1515 1016! = J3= one
( SEAL) -3=AAA
are botched and pegged, ,and one stringer across FarEveningClasses \ reckless driving bond 2750. THERO.Y COUNTY.\. jrrwjE y\WX 'lstc*"" :23"!=nlflil.ntn( SUPPLIES ;Inc.

the front of the builrllng' one solid piece,'48 SKILL ri.tiu rorRT. BR\D- 829:! 4t II' ..Certain of theme F nnds ar. "nbj 11 11A
Registrations now being accepted KOHII tot' TI'. riORIDt. -"t to rpd"mnlnn aria to matnritr .
.feetUong. The house i in fine state'of .. -
is repair
a Tor evening adult classes, >0. 5-530 !!''tV.\LI. CLtltle CotltTBRADFORD the'd.,, tails of which" may be neonrei
-and; ''is still the home of members of the family. J. I* Waters:' Tba; J. U 'Waters C'OI'>TT, FLORID% -
Program Director L.IH.. Gibson Grocery l..a iwfjr. Florida. Plaintiff NO. 5-511 '1.._ -1. _
Unfortunately, Bradford County does not hate announced. \,. Edgar Mtil'iam! Box 124. Law- 'HarrA.. .\nth lev. Florida. Defendant. Albert Johnson and Alma Johnson
an Historical commission, such as many fore- AU adults interested in taking XOTK'U OF SHEKIKr: SALE his wlfr. IVf.-ndant- ,

sighted counties and communities have 'estab- any course 'are urged to registerat Xotice i is hereby given that I. "lOTII'K OF SHKRIFF-JT !StLKXotlro '
P i j.. nt'tffii"h.hf'rlfr of Bradford is hereby given that I. P. NEW CAR OF YOUR CHOKE:
lished to'help 'pre erve their historical heritage. their earliest convenience. Tounty. Florida, under and by vir (). Reddish :hrriff of BradfordCnanty.
day will have but the'sad part F rms may be obtained at the fur of a writ of Execution hereto Florida under and by virtue
Perhaps some we ,
fore issued of
out of Small Claims 8 writ or Execution heretofore
of the situation is that the items that should be AJult Education office in the rear luurt. Bradford C..unu'. in the issued out ntmall Claims Court.Prudford .
of the USO Building or at the above styled reuse I hare levied "ounly. in the above styled
peered are,, disappearing so fast that in a few office of the County Superintendent torn{ the. following' property to-wit: eau"'-e, I have levied upon the following -
will little W Chevrolet truck 45 K-ti properly; situate. lying and t :
there be remaining.Of ; 'FORD
years of Schools'at"the court house. in No. PR.\-$79T6 being in Bradford County. Florida CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH
: course, individuals can serve as amateur 'Preferences marked on the regis- .\s the property of the abovenamed to-wtt: -
defendant and that on the AH that portion of Blok SS East ...
historians in the absence of an organized group, tration forms will determine the 7 day of Sept m. between th .
and we hope that those who have such articlesas evenings the various classes will ieal hours' of sale. namely, eleveollnck record4
| in the forenoon and two o"- CountFlorid... which lies' East of I
we fiave described will take care to preserve meet. Gibson stated.As f-Im-k .in the afternoon on said" day, Stale Road ::i and containing 0.53acie
high school credits will be at the Fast door of the Court House ". more or le'!s. all lying and
them until such time as they can be collected, in Pradford County Florida, I will b..inill Bradford Countv. Florida.As .
Awarded .to adult students those "".r '..r val. and sell to the hi, hest the of the above .
catalogued and placed on display for the admira- property
,
working toward a high 'school di- bidder for cash in hand the named defendant and that on the r
tion and appreciation of a generation that never ? should obtain a record of a..rte ilrstcrilx-d property of uid 7 day; nr" f'pt. 1533; between the 1135 D
poma deffndant. I IN
to satisfy paid execution. legal ho'urs ot sale namely eleven
knew the hardships undergone by our forebears. all. previous 'schooling from the 1' H. REDDISH oYl-wk'in. the forenoon and two o'-

The owners of such items can perform a ''Signi la.;t school attended. Sheriff .Bradford Co. clock in the afternoon on said day.
;;p 4t13 al the East fi'r of the Court House
ficant service to posterity by gathering .these Classes will be organized in any -: ;in Pradford C-xinty, Florida. I will
high school subject providing a N ll.l. CLUNK offer for' sale and sell to the highest -
things un. and placing] them in a safe place with "dR.fJFORI' ) t'OIRT. bidder for cash in hand. the
rnrinFLORiD.t
some notation concerning their oricrin and use.Ltt's minimum df fifteen adults or %0. 4-.VW above described propertyof said de- .

preserve the little that is still left of Brad- married' : students enroll for' the Jim <*haj-teen.,& Chaeteen DBAHrownlee fendant. to. iatisfy'said D. RKTiDlSH execution.P. AND WER :NORMAL
Additional information ,
course ,DOWN PAYMENT
Bradford Fla.By
Sheriff County.
ford County's history.Time :Starke. Florid 'Plaintiff vs -a'o o :
may be secured at the Adult Education Forsyth Starke, Florida, Defendant LOCA NORMAX. D. S.
8,27M :
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office in the USO Building. 8/8
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
For Immunization Xotice Is hereby given that ,1. P.
CARD OF THANKS It. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford >
4'ounty.. Florida. under and by vir 't Q
*A 'ph -sieal. examination and immunization tue of a! writ.'of Execution heretofore ; I
We are sincerely grateful tall o issued 72 3- YEAR GUARANTEE''
cut of Small Claims
check-up for all children'before school starts is who extended comforting sympathy \"flirt, 'Bradford County. in the above I, kH1N

being urged by the State Board of Health.Private and help in our recent styled cause. I nave leVid upon
the following property situate
t "physicians and public health author- sorrow. For the beautiful service, lying: and being I .in Bradford County :'

ities are agreed that fevery child should have a flowers! and other kindnesses ware e t'r.ot"ti"n'rida. to-Vit 34 : : PER 'ON JIOO PARTSAT
Twp fI South Rge =:E"omrn..n :
physical examination and a check on his immunization deeply grateful. Hester r ,* !-II' South from XW H 'you t .
Thomas and 4r of ye:', of xw and run S
'status 'before the opening'day. ,of.,.school.The family. 210', K 420'. x ;io'. W 4:0' to beg.J'jrttfO'tlt WEEK

examination would determinei/whether
( any

defect is 'present and should be[..treated i Protec- NO EXTRA COST

tion against certain diseases is.;:accomplished % : c NEI: ;i TO CUSTOMERSTAfLEY I

through innoculation and ,vaccination. rMAY 1t

'Before starting in the first ;grade the child th TIRE CELEBRATION.. &

should have the basic shots for diphtheria, -- -- .E!': 2- : _-= ::- ON'E1 ; .

whooping cough lockjaw,!and polio or ,the, important Celebrating our !SO years ofRAC'ETIRE E

booster shots may be needed for, these I !
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diseases. Now, before the opening:of 'school, is c .1 LEADERSHIP

the time these should be given. .,. Sine 1909 Flrwtoo tin haw act th e r**. t, c .
fontuac treacle that toad nexag !fcwtory. SEE.IIIS1.OAS
"Children entering c oolneed'health; protec- 'c..t rntt.rdrnd ftbaUltiYe1altinr'4r "f ,

need school 11h. nee track bav. developed aM only tires .
tion just as much as they supplies ,
.ad.lhat era adpro..d'oe h.'itp..dStsh.Iugkwar. (t)
i: i
.anct by health wearing officials.apparel, is !the advise.given patents ***y.*" /"" "proiatowi #t *

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reitotte'Chdm pion

Get. On Board! ">**. It. w >> Iwtezenda 1 I
P1 fl 1C px.10.15 -
t *I2 V g '".. AAJklcf. tire

Talk strawberries nowset strawberries this i HACK tuat.tyPI
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fall'. .-and eat and sell strawberries nextspring! I, .I 1,1UPTO I

This is the recommendation of--County ,Agent :HO DOWN PAYMENT wftfi your traded tires : \ ,j 1

i G. T. Huggins in a letter>\ to Bradford County !i' r -

tanners' Otis week. WH Ti WAI. IYOUHCHOICI : AUTO SAGES

"GET OX BOARD! That is the suggestion -I : ,

when *a -lot, of people think there is something t .. y = $$600 .

good to offer," says County Agent.Huggins, who 1'595J 4t t .

goes on to point out that, over the yearsrecords : ...t.! ALSO HAVE

show that strawberries are a good money-making pag'.w i. r

Cropfor.Bradford County. "Indications:are god 4:70.U"'rUM-TYPI: '. ,, *t .= .

and strong that the market is here, and all we \ Good Selection Of Used CarsJoneyNde41

need is a greater supply 'of berries," the agent ""Folka Find. Us

"declared. We '" '- .; i
Carry International Life Time Mufflers Friendly
This seems to be sound advice and if 'plants

are plentiful -this-faQ we have no doubt that COMPLETE. AUTO REPAIR' DEPT MMMBnaBBBBBEBaB

growers will follow the County Agent's suggestion LOOOFINAfiCE:

to set out all the berries their labor;Supply Including Automatic Transmission' : :

wiU.1Jow. them to'cuttirate and- harvest. :Tractors and Small Motors: 1tOM ANY ',: t


THE r 'BRADFORD.COUNTY TELEGRAPH : If YOI.I. Have Good Established I Credit '
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.YYY999999999999 9 99 from'the school bond issue recently paJ Hobbs win have the eighth Bcdenbaugh, all of Hampton. ne<4q nigh t ) eRTTIT.TT7rTT1TTTT etTTCLAY .. were pre2nt Sunday and 9 of a. helping! nil to tnreSL1d

voted, and should be of interestnot grade.* :Don Pcartdn1' of, 3t., Petersburg Mr; Crew!, pastor of ..MaxviUe them made 100:)) per cent for their music better. air. Norman told

only to parents, but to all spent the weekend the M. M.Matchetta. Church of i .
with
V HA.MPTON Working in the school lunch- Christ and Mrs Crews HILLby srcde- The class graae was 69 per us he didn't know when he had

property holders in this school room again this year win be Mrs.J. Miss Barbara Matchett moved to Maxville last Monday to I cnt. If they do this well
did
every(enjoyed day-better than he
district. Mr:Pearson'attended the Mc mike their home. 1: a
By Mra..D. E. rim B. Prevatt and Mrs.' Florrie and Mn. J. L. Stricklan Sunday it is no wonder they keep
Teachers at the school this year Belle Brown. New kitchen facili- Cormack-Womble wedding at the Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe Padgett of the banner most of the time. !!Sunday. But he told Bessie"Strick

AAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAA&AAAAA&ellool inlude:: exceptional service teacher ties with added cabinet space anew First': Baptist Church"' irr Gaines Jacksonville and Davy Byford .&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA.&AA. land he wanted her to kill some

>> Opens MAD.. :Mrs. Marilyn McCan, who formerly gas range: and new floor the vile Sunday afternoon, where'she visited Mr. and Mrs- Harry* Pad- We are sorry that Nellie Wilkinson We had dinner at the church more of those squirrels and invite

at She is and served bridesmaid and he as 3'ndav.. Had a large crowd present I him to come in and help eat
With Jfew Teaching Staff taught Bronson. : paint job in both kitchen and as a gett and family last Sunday.Mr. isn't improving in health any |
: and all seemed to enjoy the ;them. She will do this foe him-
an Miss Matchett
Gainesville usher. Saturday
now living in where dining rooms give a bright look
Mis. but little. Glad that Jim
Harry
Monday, August 31, will see the her husband is attending the University to this part of the building.J. attended the' bridal luncheon at and ,Padgett Godwin or very is andhe ilmner. In the afternoon most of,11 he will come in the woods and

'1959-60 school term in full swingat of Florida. W. Bedenbaugh will continueto ,i the Gainesville Country Club, and and daughter, Bonnie and CarolynNorman : slowly to improving him tS went back in the church and i drive the squirrels out to where
family hope bring
I visited
in
Middleburg '
Hampton Elementary School I sing until we were hoarse About shoot them. The undergrowth -
attended
serve': as school custodian. Drivin C1 Saturty'evening they sne can
Mrs. Lily Barnes will be first, from the in
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bud rome hospital a
.With.students returning to newlypatnted.and srade teacher, coming here from ?. the school buses will be.Mrs.1 '' the"rehearsal and dinner at !short time. :30: we stopped to rest, rested is so dense she can not go

rejuvenated class Opelika, Ala. She has had nineyyirs' V. J. Slade and Mrs. R. O. Sim-I I tile home of Miss McCormack's Mosley. I'I until 7 o'clock and went back in in the woods any more so she
rooms. I mons. grandmother. I Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson We' understand Clay Hill be church and started all over leaves this to some one else. We
previous experience with I
.The teaching staff is all new I ard family of Jacksonville visited Church had good attendance all icain. We are having singing all elect him for this job! Wonder if
The first
I day of school will bea Mix Anita White and children :
her
first graders, and now makes I
this ,year including J. C. Hobbs,I home in Gainesville, where her full day Mr. Hobbs said, with I Il rf'Jacksonville'visited friends'"inHampton Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbothamand list week at their services. This is of this week from 7 o'clock until i+he i wants the squirrels badly en-

principal, although he has already hnsband also is attending the Uni- l lynch served in the cafeteria.Mothers .! on Monday this- week.. family last Sunday.Mrs. good news.Highland. 3, then some more singing and I II [,I ciigh to drive them out to us-

been on the job during the! of I Bernice Garrett and family Church members were 'r chiIg. These singing classes IWeTl see!
first
beginning gradersarc
versity of Florida. Mrs V. J. Slade spent the day I i
fummir .months. Teachers have : of Jacksonville spent one day disappointed when they learned I
invited to come with the children with her sister, Mri Free,Hall in'
Second and third teacher -
been attending pre-planning sessions -I' grade fast week' with' her parents, Mr. that: the man who was to conductthe
Monday morning, and bringa Gainesville on Monday last week:!
in Starke and completing is Mrs. Mary Wasdin, who graduated birth certificate proof of and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and revival Cecil Waters, is confined I i!
or
age. Mr. and Mrs. D E. Hill and
t cla 5rocm arrangements here for lr AUgust' from University family. to his bed with pneumonia
Children six years of age before c'ughters drove to Pomona Park VOTE FOR
of Florida. She and her hus-
t0 -weeks. I This
did
I not
prevent us having
f January 1, 1960 will be eligible Friday to visit Mr. and'Mrs. C. C. Miss Shirley Higginbotham
I band native of Graham, planto
Hampton PTA will hold its first a services; all voted we have services -
to* the first grade this year. First Tin! and Mrs. I. V. Hipe. v+sited in Jacksonville with Mrs.
"* live here in
Hampton.Miss
meeting next Thursday September graders who do not ride bueses, or : Carolyn Ellis last Saturday and anyway. We had our singing
! 3. it..7:30 p.jn. in the school auditorium Annette Green who gradu- who Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton ochool-as advertised, and our
will allowed to''go Sunday.
be
; according to Francis: ate in June frot University home can.at 1 m. for the first six and children of Herndon Va., are pastor did the preaching the first EARL F. MILESFOR
p. visiting near with his Edwin Ch son cf Starke 'spent
1 Hampton
Meat.' PTA president. of Florida, will teach fourth and weeks added. ruiht: to a well filled house. The
Mr. Hobbs
parents a few days recently with Sidney
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Mel-
, All parents and friends are in- fifth grades.. A native of Brooker, Personals members agreed to contact two
Wellhausen.Mr. .
iUd..to"attend the meeting, to she is a BHS graduate, and is presently ton.Mr. other men and secure one of themto

meet the new teachers, and to inspect living in Gainesville Mr. and MrsLeon Sauls and and Mrs. John'Pa11 r, left and Mrs. Oscar Harris and do our preaching. Neither couldso
I family moved last week into Mrs. test week for two-week vacation R'\'. 'W. O. Mathis visited Mr.
!, new lighting, paintwork, and Teaching mth 'and seventh a Jim Strickland was chosen to
ether J?sr repairs done to the school grades will be Mrs. Eloise Pitts finish the week's prt'achingbich

f durin? this summer. This work I who taught in a Gainesville Ele- varre Ave. Former Hampton resi- Mrs. Bob Faile of Lancaster! S. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. he did. Meantime. Rev. Chism.

has all been done with money mentary School last year.Princi- dents, the Sauls have recently C.,' is' spending, two weeks Herewith Leon Harris and family with the consent of the members CHIEF OF POLICEV

r boom living in Lawtey. her father,,Raleigh rannen, spent the day in Jacksonville last hose Rev. J. Thomas Harper.
? Sunday visitors a"'the H. B.
and family. rt,. Friday with her mother Mrs. Alice pastor of the first Baptist churchof

: fIRST BAPTIST Church. Statke Wiggins home were :Mr. and Mrs. Norton. Baldwin to do the preachingthis
Asa Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack artyynMAXVILIIE. .
.' Mrs. Charles GrifSn of Jack week. He was in a revival last REGARD TO INQUIRIES: I will give more Police
Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long, and -
sonville visited Mrs. 'week therefore could not help us
Leon Harris
. Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Mrs. Marie Hodges of'Macclem, Sen-ice to Churches, Schools and Hospitals.Yes .
and family last Monday. / opt at that time. Now we hope to
and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins'and
.(. Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Mrs. Eve Menafee of Jacksonville. Donald and Andy Bell of Jack- have him with us this week. the Curfew Law will be inforced.

By Mrs. C., B. Nolan so;iville spent last week with Eugene We had slight increase in Sunday -
Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 Visiting here Saturday with Mr.
1 Bell. : School attendance. We had
ar/d Mrs. Wiggins were his brother I &. AAA.AA.uaah.Mr. .
i SUNDAY SERMONS -11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Mrs. Theresa Tyson and family 60 Sunday and 52 of them hadstudied
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Your Vote and Will Be
Terrell Wiggins of Waycross, Ga.: and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand of Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. their lessons. Seven of Support Greatly

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 PJH. Joe Oliver of Ft. Lauderdale family, Mr; and Mrs. Claude Morris Bell and Mr. and Mrs. D. these were our Beginners, but the

Midweek Service spent last weekend with Mr. and Green. Mr. and Mrs. Joe'Lucas J. Parrish and family last Sunday. Intermediates won that attendance Appreciated.
7:30 P.M. .
Wednesday Mrs. W. A. Saxon here, and Mrs. and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. HenryCarter spent last : banner again. This class has

' A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Oliver who had been visiting for Mosley; and family, and'Mr.. .and weekend In Starke with Mrs. Effie 12: enrolled, 10 of this number ,
Johns.
three weeks, returned home with Mrs. Kelley Mize and family

AT THE F.RmNDLY.CHURCHI him Sunday.M. :>nj6yed Sunday'at Hampton Lake. Little Randy Carter of Jackson. 1

I t L. Watterson returned home Members of Mt. Zion, Sunday ville spent last Friday and Saturday SOUTHERN + CROSS
with Mr. and Mrs.
1 after operationin School classes and their teachersall Henry
. Saturday an eye
enjoyed the day at the Jacksonville Carter and Mr. and Mrs.Randolph 7'
Riverside Hospital Jacksonville
The perfect tribute to 1 Crosby. IIX 4),476th"
l Ip'st Tuesday. Callers at the Wat- Zoo last Tuesday. .fJ.
and Prayer Meeting -services were .
Forest Norman of Dinsmore
a cherished memory tron home during the weekendwere "
Mr. and Mrs. George Fallsof Hoy Norman and Earl Padgett of held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Gastonia C., Mr. and Mrs. Highland, visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Watson and family Monday Afifltorsarj .

.! Every funeral that we con John Huffstitler and Mrs. Ada Harry! Padgett Saturday after- night. Value

duct is a source of sustaining iiooft. t+' We extend our deepest sym-
Dikson:: of York, S. C.: Mr. and )
solace and spiritual pathy to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
inspiration Mrs.= Audrey Turner of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman and Io

.' / to the family. Mr and Mrs. James McDaniel of I son, Mitchell of'Jack thwW visit Smith over the death of their ; {

, J Ft Myers: Mr. and Mrs. Olen ed Mr. and Mrs. Harry1 fttidgeU seven months old' baby girl last

Hundreds of details are managed and economical denbaugh and family of De- and family Saturday 'att 'noott. Friday. Funeral services were held

ly attended to that only a trained and careful land; Guy Alderman of Melrose: Wayne Cody of Baldwin was''ah Sunday. xx

organization can perform when the urgent need Mrand Mrs. I.. A. Wynn of overnight guest of Alvin Padgett We are glad that, Mrs. E. D.
,
for serving is at hand.DeWITT Hampton Lake; Mrs. Gladys WU- Saturday nigM- Ilifginbotham is improving after v n N
suffering last week with blood -
poison
I lirjnson: and daughter of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett n

C. JONES Heights. Mrs. Lanie Wynn of. VLfited' in.Cailahan last Saturday -in her arm.Mr's.Bernice .

rheressa; Mr. and Mrs. Owen, aiorning. Garrett and family
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Bryant of Waldo: Mr. and MrS: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mosley 'of
PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610 Doss Higginbotham'and family.
'
Frf'derlctWatterson and Joyce i \Tiddleburg 'visited Mr. and Mrs.
W* fnrnish'tiie highest type service at V lowest and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson nr
prices acceptANT Ward of Starke :"and Mr. afad Mrs.1 i. D. Padgett.Sunday

r life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company M K. B. Watterson. Russell W'1lliattls'i Mrs. ,Dorothy r'Waters- John'and'family Jacksonville I spent Doss
Saturday with Mr.- Mrs.
payment In part or in full on funeral services. Consultation W. H. Maxwell Mrs. Nita 'Johnson -, Bubbbie and Linda*afld Richard and
Hifginbotham and family and
M carries no obligation. Mr. and Mrs. L. I> Beden- Norman' Highland visited 'in
while here Mr.
, Johnson and Ben
bough Mrs. Lynn Hall and Rub Live Oak 'SaItday With" and
Higginbotham helped'Mr. Kilgore
.
its Bill-Roberson-and daughter,
put'up the sheetrock: in his home. EXCLUSIVE
.. Marcia:
The KUgores have put additionto DESIGNCover
an LOK
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Mr: atid"Mrs: J6e Padgett of
their home and it looks
i, .' very felt and posture
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.Hirry ,cotton
Padgett Sunday. nice now. pad interlocked into one
Mrs. Sylvia Tuders and'' son, stitched unit.
,
Misses Shirley Higginbotham
, Randy of Jacksonville moved
and Jewel North entertained Sat-
. Monday into one of Mrs. HattieNolan's .
urday with:birthday party hon- r.I
cottages, where they will I
oring Miss Mary Kilgore on her 'o.
!Jive while Mr.' Tuders is on over-
14th birthday'A'large'crowd enjoyed tart
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sras duty with the Navy. a
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the occasion with the young
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Well, school will 'Tuesday
openon .
allr
MrsI:
P'OpleMrs. J. A. North and
September 1st. We have a new
H. R. Kilgore assisted in serving
principal this year, William Webbof
delicious birthcay cake and drink.
Green Cove Springs. ,We also
t Mrs. Daisy Padgett and daughter -
have three new teachers Miss
'Ot'T READY WITHKOCH'S Bonnie visited In Highland
Patterson and Miss Hall of 'Jack ? Ird
kst Tuesday with Mrs. Sara Nor- i
sonville and still haven't. learned l., r

\ SfjIijJI man.MR.; arid Mrs'Calvhf: Manning the*'name- of one. Will let' you y

: BACK TO SCHOOL [ know next week. Some nice im- W
and family of Middleburg ',ovistttd .N
provements have been made on
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mann and
the school building and we surely
family Saturday.Mrs.
this will be the best
hope year yet
Sarah Jane Griffis had asguests
I fcr Maxville.
Sunday,her son-in-law and
Revival services, will start ,on '
SheafferCARTRIDGE Sheaffer 4V/
Reg. $2.95 daughter: Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeHjrstof *
DInsmore. Monday' night Aug. 31 at' Long

Branch Baptist Church and will
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand
run for one week. The public iseortilallyV
PENS SNORKLE PENS family and'Mr. and-Misw Bill
mvited' to attend.
Oliver of Jacksonville and their
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell I and
little niece had dinner with 'Mr.

NOW 7* 40% OFF and Sunday.Mrs..CE., Wilkinson, Sr. last family." and-Mr visited*.in,,Charles Orange Isgett-Park withAL

Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Thomas of
Baldwin visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud
ter Sarah Mae have returned r' yaw :a S
Harris, Sunday afternoon.
home after spending the summer '
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshawof
IP. College Park_ Ga. with rela- *
Jacksonville visited Mr. 'and

tives.Mr. MtS.. D. Parrish over the week-
and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson '

and family Mr. and 'Mrs. Amos ,ena.:
ZlPP-PBINDERS ; Karen: and ,Sharon Griffis en- r
LEAF PAPER
LOOSE Lef and family, Mr. and Mrs. l'
tertained last mattress withSprinlwatt
Frank Peterson and family, Mr. Saturday night;witha Fires ufne ever a quilted
back,to school party*and every construction
md ) non-sag edge
R'WilkmsanTSr.
nnd'MrsJ C. !: '

, 2 : 345 Sheets 9Bc" family,and Mr and-Mrs.son Winfred:-Wllbur-v7ilkiuson and- mebad Airs. Vince avery Taylor nit time.y has arrived rt this low price-tile Qui/t.-O-/ax.


CParleneWilkinson.. Mrs. Irma home from Norfolk.. Va. for a visit :: { .

herewith hN"family.. Mr. and
: MrS:"J'. StCCIk -
Bell grid flaHghter.-Marle .,

[c To $$6.45 W. Bell, ; andiS''alt1tM1's. fill Mr I ,.A.iart1'.W:: F..a..Coleman.t htU .it the hbme PRICE EXCLUSIVESPRWBWAU

Oliver all attended a'church sup
and joyfer-Wimmlng at of.J Mr.'a1tft I4rt.""1'. S. Coleman NON-SAG EDGE

Kingsley par LakeTrfctej 1' Iht.. < riSony. iSStiTUesday ni&ht.for. the young $ Sit on;.*dg....tie on..
1I pet> e.1: \t?k \ edge. 11 .xch: .M floater.
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Godwin
: to-team' Mt 5Ka .
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:*tSfenn>Weete and Billy Nolan springs buoy you"P \pro'each
has been pretty siek'knd-COflf1Md vid. .de-tONtd certdoittndsuppoitw
cfiBaldwin enjoyed horseback ridiZB'a ..,
t"% Ed Fraaer Hospital to "t&c* !''t 'eo.4
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d<"nny. *SuVely do wish him a ctttttt- afternoons last ?, BiittrMl or box s Pd t- -
\teek. the
..5C PENCILS: FOR SC speedy recowry.-(*- "*- '*' a1- ; titemtt'Todr North'shri torn or doubte

Mr. ahd Mts. Harry enjoyed Padgett* visit t rdaughterBonnie .'3fr e'and- ndkMrs Bf I,;:,his daddy's.Jorf Padgett. of


in JatksonTfll9 last': Saturday with. Jacfaobvffle WfarMrtaniJ> 'spent--Mr*: last Sidney weekend Harris. No other mattress{>a$ .these. plus feaj el,,, '
M'--and"Mrs.JOe'Padltt;
; und daughter;, Edith. DEEP QUILTED COMFORT-Absolutely ttttton tfe*
.. .,. Air slid'Mrs.. Bill Roberson'&hd '.
"' I f Marcia visited Mrst. aWe"'are sorry that Ginger Can- with any _the height of luxurious sleeping comfort.ComjUtdy
caughtert compare
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When leave your doctor's prescriptionleie3'PM1 in the skilled hands of non '
: and Minnie'Zell Groves have the Made
you Dorothy Waters. 'and' family last I quilted all the way W: springs. by.the originators ,
1. both been ffl' and wish them tfS.SO tufted/ mattress ,
a
& } I t weekend and took' Bufcby,,W tet8 of the quilted mattresal *
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:\ our >rin you can be sure that. it will be filled home with Urtm to spend the speedy 'recovery; '. LONG-WEARING DAMASK COVER -Ex ld.-

week. I sign. Rich damask.'Long wearing. The mart beautify!

.with professional precision from fresh supplies of top .quality The Intermediate Girls class of .Oll over you've ever seen.

Maxvffle ,Sipes -Churdr had'a ,. q J -

drugs. Bring us your next,prescription.KOCH'S ___ Sunday: School-.party at Strict

land's'LandiO.last Thursday and SUMMER COlD 11

everyone had'*' gtwr,time.' r ,

Harold 'Wilkhi on.wa5 .n- 'A'
DRUG STORE nhht guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. t
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; Ben last 'MooCsy-xflsnt., .

Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Grim of 4il11 ..

V Mscclenny were,overnight:guest.s 6'-6' .6 STARKE. FLORIDA

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Ticket OwnersAn Starling, son of Mr. and Conservation Group To Open Soon CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -. %1.5 Per lack tmII. n.ert4..

Mis. J.Y.. Starling formerly of On Patrol Station r On 301 North .** PER ISCH FOR SAME AD RCPEVTEn OE OR MORE T1MR1 USED
added benefit for purchasers
O. E- Snow, former Starke
Starke and now living: in Miami [ CARDS OF THAJVK IC" T. M Word) -__ ___ a.-
-of season football tickets to BHS ,, recently returned from the Na- Chevrolet dealer, was elected i!I OVER WORDS __. _______ 4 Trail Per W.r. ,
games was :announced this week. tional Get Rejections president of the Florida Association A new business catering to
Convention
of Future
Holders of season passes will be 'Farmers of America at the University of Soil Conservation DistrictSupervisors. tourist trade will open this fall in Wr.'ORUMI 4iI RFtoLPT10111 h __ __ 4 ("eatu pn _...

entitled to reserve scats betweenthe of ., at.the annual con- the remodelled and redecorated 3's. WORD OR hF.tt. 0.> i..ertt.Mtatw.w n.r..t ..nEAr.R
Illinois in Urbana. During -I
40-yard lines for all five home An building formerly occupied byCook's CAR
I apparent misunderstanding vention held in Tallahassee August -
the convention he made a 4DniTiO iAL WORD OVER TO ._ _____ 4f fv W.r4
games. Tickets are available from j the Grocery on U. S. 301, uuu
I speech to the 3,000 delegates present on part of several con- 21/22 He succeeds W. A. Hunt

Nina Andrews, Coach Lennard telling of the work of his, tractors has resulted in the rejection of Clermon I I North.. 90% DISCOCXT! OX REPEAT INSERTIONS SAXZ! AO
Register. Koch's Drugstore The i chapter and other chapters in ,, of a first round of bids for Z. W. Hamilton member and To be known as The Totem tae ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS tOT PAID IN ADVANCE I!

Telegraph and all members of the Dnde County during the pastyear. the construction of a new Florida representative of the Bradford ?n'e. the business will be owned !
WE HAVE loan for
new program
football team. He received a plaque honoring Highway Patrol station in Brad- County board, received a plaque. and operated by Carroll A. Hickey farmers. Loans oC 1 to 5 years ,
Prices for the season are $5.50 ford County. The contract is being second place award won by the of Ea.port. Maine, who leased the fot the entire credit requirem -
v his chapter. It..;
nts of the farmer and hie fam
fcr adults and $3.00 for students. Eddie attended school in Miami advertised again and second district in the 1958 Goodyear, con-I building for two years from the. ily. Gainesville Prediction Credit' 6 MonthsAuto 1r
'r
,:individual game tickets will cost 'last year but will be back at I round bids will be received at the test. Awards were made on the carriers Ben Suslow and A. J. Association., Fla.VQ; North Main.Gainesville. ttca-. i : SPECIALS

'adults and students $1-25 at the {Bradford High for the 1959-60 patrol station in Palatka until 10 tmis of the districts doing the I I I Thomas Jr., with an option to ;

j term. a. m. Sept. 10. mo"t to advance soil and water bay.. RADIOS REPAIRED
pate. Students in the fourth grade Capt. C. W. Hancock said in Pa conservation in their areas. The Totem Pole will carry a ,AU )Hake All ..d1taa.atik ..... Liability ,: .
aars.n.
and under will be admitted free CARD OF THANKSWe latka this week that the lowest William Haas, Bradford County line of souvenirs novelties Indianmoccasins SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV

.when accompanied by parents. are sincerely grateful to bid: received on the original letting Sail Conservationist also attended gifts and other related I..... Greea. Owner
412 E.
Can St. Pbome R 0 401
The Tornado team swings into friends and neighbors for their late (Aug. 14)) was 38600. the convention. items. Starke. FU.

action Sept. 18 in Macclenny. The I many kind acts of sympathy during Other bids ranged well over $40- Mr. Hickey is owner of the $15.00 1949 Pontiac

'first home game will be against I our sad bereavement. Our appreciation 000. The bids were all refused because Boot & Shoe Store is. Eastport. COLONIAL FLORIST ,
Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
cannot be the Florida Legislature had Whiskey Charger Maine and also has two other
Bolles Military Academy on Sept. adequately Flowers wired any place. Flowers
25. I I expressed. The O. J. Phillips familY appropriated and set aside only shops in Maine:, similar to The Totem for all occasions locally.\ Phone T

. $40,000 to cover the entire cost Pole. He is equipping living. WO f.6ZU. $96 East Nona St. tfchg E. Conner $95.00

of the station including interiodecoration Draws $$650 Fine quarters on the second floor of FOR RE Furnished apart Doyle

furniture and land- the building, and will spend some ments. Reasonable rates. Near
LOCAL MANAGER FOR shopping center. Phone WO J-ZOI1
time here during the winter
scaping. The bids received
were cr WO 4-5131 or call at 213 S. Insurance Agency
for construction of the building The third of four persons scooped months. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.tfchg

only.Hancock up in a recent raid by state Improvements to.the buildingsare FOR RENT-Kingsley Lake effi- 218 Temple Ave. 1949 Chevrolet
said he thought the beverage agents and local officers estimated to cost $6,000. cincy apartment or cottage by week
Jim Walter or month. Call \VO5011.;; c. H. PHONE WO 4.4501
Corp."World's difficulty could be worked out anda has pleaded guilty to charges. of Naoworthy. tfchg

; suitable bid would be submittedat possessing and selling tax-paid High School.DiplomaT U V

the next letting. The bid whiskey in a dry county. HASTINGS MATTRESS
atS Can Be Taken CITRUS bearing aloes container $75.00
would have to be approved by Ethel Forsythe Bell 1402 Wilson grown. Also Plum. Garner Apple-

Largest Home Builders" the Cabinet, but construction IvRd, appeared before County By Adult ApplicantsAdults & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Pear Hood!, Persimmons and Dali'wln., etc. Eer-Fig.Grapevlnf'lI .

should start immediately after Judge T. A. Yawn Wednesday ash 710 Lemon St PaJatka green Shade Trees, Camellias!, over
that that approval is secured' (> conducted monthly Plea Day of the community who Furniture 400 varieties. Azaleas, fine plants.

. WILL BE IN STARKE since the money has already been ard admitted her guilt on the two wish to take the General Educa- Repaired& Refinished, Upholstered plants full of for bud quality.and bloom.We are See located our 1953 Plymouth

released. charges. She was sentenced to paya tional Development Test for the 11 miles east of Keystone Height. V
Capt. Hancock said the FHP $150 fine or serve '60 days in state high school diploma must I MATTRESSES REBUILTNew on Hiway 100. Thousands of plants.
EACH -0 C. Carnes ,
THURSDAYAT Nursery: Phone MO
was:: anxious to get the station setup ;ail on the sale charge, and a make application on or before I Innerspringsand 4-<:?!l5.: Florahotn Fla. ffk

in Starke because of radio fine of $500 or six months in jail) Sept. 5. according to Program Director Box Springs $395.00 I

f transmission "dead spots" that on the second charge.. She electedto L. H- Gibson. He said ap- Drop Us a Card or Call -

occasionally plague communications pay the fines: plication forms may be obtainedat PALATKA EA 5-9166 Ar k noon stllvlr .

: STARKE HARDWARE CO. between patrol cars in certain At the same' time Leo Franklin the Adult Education office in STARKE WO 45934MBS. 0 QUAUrt'tujotutu Mlttf

p areas of the county and the Leurck the fourth person arrested the rear of the USO. PEGGY SHALLER Starke rncB

12:30 P.M. TO CiOO P.M. Troop G station in Palatka. in the whiskey raids Aug. 6, pleaded A tent WINKLER ELECTRICSERVICE 1954
The station will be built on a loti'jt not guilty to possessing and Melvin Harvey and James Hill- Plymouth

: north of the State Farmer's selling non tax-paid [moonshine i.ird pleaded guilty to taking tfchg

For Appointments Call Market. The land originally belonged whiskey. Leurck will face 'a jury !re h water game fish with a 231 N. Temple' Starke
: spine. They also LARGE HOME PHONEVO( 4.4081
were sentenced to
to the county but was JACKSONVILLE 7-1141 Collector handed over to the State Marketing Mike Klondes and Henry La- fines" of $100 each or jail terms f. bedrooms, living rm. family rm., $495.00
cf 45 dining rm. sun WANTED BY
. I days. parlor; located N.
Board some time ago. The Pft have already paid stiff fines ,Walnut St_ choice residentialiroar KXPERIKXCKPPainters and drywall
STARKE WO 4-5311 county road crew has hauled a after pleading guilty to the 'same I close tw business' section- ;'-schools, work by honr or by the Job. I
churches. Lot extends Contact Jack Ilcuner at J & J
large amount of fill dirt into thelowlying two charges Ethel Bell faced. GULF TIPSby tire block. Will sell partly depth furnished of en- Baiiders for Information. Guaranteed I

, "If It's A Quality Home lot and has graded it In lesser offenses. five other if desired. Contact owner. Irll. H. "work.
off in preparation for the begin- people pleaded not guilty and will B. McLendon, jj2J Westchester. Orlando
1954
Ford
V-8
.
. Iff A Jim Walter Home"OTHER by ERNEST TANNER Fla or inquire Bradford I FOR S.\LJ.-Approxirrately 1 acre of
ning of construction. have to be tried before a jury.I County Telegraph. tfchg land on Kpger&on Rd. Inquire at 962F.utltr ,
640 N.
Hancock said the station would They were: Velma Finch charged Temple Ave.V" Rd. or phone Wo 41564.
OFFICES TAILOR 4tp 8-27 RANCH WAGON *
: MADE
DRAPERIES made
"I':! as nice or nicer than any we with profane and indecent lan-
to trtier.
Mrs. Peggy Shaller. 20J
OCALA; GAINESVILLE PALATKA now have." guage; Whiter Edward Smith, improper E. Adkins phone WO 4-693 Uchg "...r The BeM V.Fl.rlda '

passing; and Nettle' King ,. Heal. F:.tale'. $695.00
ANNOUNCING OPEN Mama Hem new and .rd 'iJ;kway
I W. E. Torode Jr. Harvey King and T. E. Durham, i Priest Kindergarten in newly built frvBlage, mrrrmmr. InTnMmeatepporlanltlm
all charged with permitting minorto quarters at 204 N. Thompson St.
Open House and registration!! Aug. .\. J. THOMAS. REALTOR
Injured .Sunday possess an air rifle. 26 and 27 from 9 to 11 a. m. tch 8/27 :o: Tewpt..tt._ If. !K. 3O1 .t'.....
Judge Yawn passed out finesi"dor St. from fnmmlT ('art IfoavelTrl.

SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! In Auto MishapWilliam !! 118 days sentences in jail against totaling three$330 persons or- LAJ Fe.Rent{Call by VIEW week HO BEACH h-2552 on Elg'-cottages Waldo Lake Santa Mrs.For FOR RENT-.Two WO -bedroom+tpt house 1955 Ford V-8

who pleaded guilty to illegal Maude Comer, Box 57J. Earleton. with modern c'Onnnkon..t8. gee Wil-
E. Torode. Jr.. ofStarke'was fishing charges and seven who admitted Fla, 4 tp 3/27 liam bik-ox 1 .mile. east of Starkeon RADIO & HEATER
.
Highway ; rtp 8:27
Injured slightly when trafflCoffenses.. FOR KENT Sept. '15th to May
Go to Jacksonville or Gainesville, or he turned his new Chevrolet over A great majority of persons 15th Urge lake cottage. &-e Mrs. FOR SALK HOT POINT= O""t- $595.00
a&t Friday on SR 16, just east of charged in the court did not make I Gray at Kings'ey Lake. Sip 4 27 Type Freezer: 17.4 Cu. .'t. George $
Schaeffer Keystone Heights. Ph.
ANYWHERE to get a price on your Bradford County. an appearance and forfeited'londs FLA. 90 STRAWBERRY PLANTS 4177.
State trooper A. S. Mauldin amounting to $1,885. There for Iale.-Elvin! J. Starling Rt. 1.
Pox 31 Macclenny Fla Jtp 3/27 OLD C OF C OFFICE Bt'ILDINC.
New Car THEN SEE said! Torode was treated at Brad- were 47 who did not appear, and far sale. Must be removed. Call bids

ford Hospital for injuries of then 46 were traffic offenders.In QuWe FUR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom 'to WO 4-iSII. ItrhgHOOK
1956 Ford
V-8
k and shoulder and was later other cases handled by the residence, circulating oil heater
private garage on Kingsley Lake. FOR KENT Adjoins
released- court during.the week: George L. did our practicing a long time Available! Sept. I to June I. Monthly sth'x. l Rr unH... 4 rooms and bath.Xire .
BILLYDOWLING Torode was charged with failureto Imn entered a guilty plea to *go. Now we lL'iOhow to rental. Carl Johns phone WO for small family. Phone WOS5S1. FORDOR
4-J201. tfcg ISO per moo Urns
have his vehicle under control driving while intoxicated and was serve you well. For
lubrication
after Mauldin investigated the ac- jfntenced to pay a fine of $150 car washing, FuR UENT-Housekeeping apartments FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Fordomatic, Radio and '
cident. He told patrolman he was ,,r serve 60 days In' jail. : gasoline, tires or very reasonable light and Kept. 1, ner -honL Adults, C$2: McMahon Healer /
and battery service drive in. water furnished. See Mrs. Bullington St. I'hone WO 45744. Mrs. A.
about to pass a car while travelingcast Arnold Jackson Coe. Douglas at Studio or 210 N. Cherry. tfchg F. f-auts. tfch* .
on the road decided an oncoming Hardy 1d William DuPree Hodge

car was too close for com- al! pleaded'guilty to illegally us- ig Enough to Accopiodate Lake Furnished Inquire House at for Greyhound Kent on Silver Bus SIAMESE. Call KITTENS LB 3-2181 for sale 2trhB Reasonable. S3 $$995.00

fort and lost control of his own L'r.g a seine and :were sentenced to Station. tfchg

vehicle when he cut back into line. pay $100 or serve 45 days each. mall Enough to ApprobatePATTY'S FOR S11...
FOP. RENT-5 room furnished Like New 1939! : Quaker Heater. A-I
He went off the 'right shoulder
house, Kifhen Cabinet. A-I C'roar.rd-
gas., lights and. water.. I block
---- ---'-- - Wardrobe with full
and landed the 1959 model car nu.ii ningsiey Laite. -coone i-c J2781 I..btI Walnut
Stars and Stripes. It chg length door mirror. A-l Boat Trail 1956 Ford V-8
ditch.
FOR A LOWER PRICE upside down in the roadside er. 344 N Water St. by Calvin

Damages were estimated at $500.A FOR SALE: Registered Angus bulls, Johns!! the saw flier Zip 9'3:
somewhat similar accident oc- li mo. old. One Brahma; one gentle FORDOR
ACROSS THE STREET V saddle horse. ideal for children or FOR RENT Two apartments one .
curred Aug. 20 at 5 a. m. when .
DANCE hunting. Also Shetland ponies for 3 room above; one 4-room below.40i I
Henry J- Bohannon Albany, Ga, STUDIO / "IJildren.-Doyl Conner, Phone WO N Walnut St. Pb.neYO 4-5SH5 Overdrive, Radio and
4-4301.: 2 tcchg 9/3 HP Heater
FROM SETZER'S turned his 1957 Volkswagen over j

on SR 16. two and one half miles Announces Registration f FOR SALE 19 acre farm. about I FOR SALE
west of Starke. Bohannon had no 3 mL south of Starke on SR 100. 1954 Ford V-8 Truck. 3.4 Ton.
"If You Don't Trade With Us We Both f.750. B. L-Barnes. lip $995.00
explanation as to why he lost Light! Duty, Stake Body.

Lose control of his vehicle, which sus- HOUSE FOR RENT: bedrooms"" 2 LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY
Money"WEEKENDhSPECIALS tained $150 in damages. He was MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1959 f ba'hs.ments.", Could Phone beu WO 4634.d as two apart lip 118 N. Walnut M.

charged with wilful and wanton Phone too 4-2CTI

reckless driving. 1:00 PJL TILL 5:00 P.M. I X'" J1CK60.VS BULDI.NG SIPPLT. 110USElS1YESChildren ;
j
accident occurredin
One two-car
Has one lot of used alnmlmnm roofing 1958 Ford V8Radio
the county Sunday afternoon. At I in excellent condition. it will be in school? If you have a I
Trooper Mauldm said William Edward 'V read on first come first serve basis. few extra hoars-M-II AVON!
Also used and new pipe all sizes In
Moody. Lake Butler was STUDIO -- 655 NORTH WALNUT STREET both black and galvanized. AH kinds COSMETICS.; I and Heater

charged with failure to yield the -cf: pipe fittings, plumbing fixtures!!, Write OuWa Sweat P. O. Cox ;i I '
Channel iron angle iron and steel
right of way after he cut a left plate Lumber paint and hardware 540 Live Oak Fla. $1695.00
intersectionof TAP of all kinds. Special on ",- groove
turn too tight at the BALLET
Blue Ribbon, Schlitz, Miller's, Budweiser / plywood panels H inch 4"X8. We -
SR 100 and SR 235. nine miles
buy and sell new and used building

BEER 6"12 oz cans, ctn $f.29 west Moody of Starke.turned left on SR 235 ALL AGES rear material:Drop of in of Big and every Dad look description around.factory or Yard call in NURSERY DEAN RHODEN HOME;

and his car was struck on the WO 4-4001 and ask for Bob Good Care for Ypur Child

Plus Tax right rear fender by a 1956 Ford Special Pre-Teen and Teen Ballroom C"ame.. FAIR RATESPh. 1958 Ford V-8

,--- driven by T. W. Chambers Knoxville FOR RENT 2 completely furnished
WO 4-3031 1126 N. Thompson
apartments. Also I small fur- ,
Total damages
Tenn. CLASSES BEGIN THURS. SEPT 3RD nisned house and sleeping rooms.
amounted to $100. Neither man 300 H.P. Heater
Very reasonable. Apply Azalea Motor -
WHITE "Ib wac: injured. .Court, 3 ml South on U. S. 301.
BACON 19c I phone WO 9-2362. 2 tchg !/i Men's Leather
Moody paid a fine of $35 in $$1495.00

County Court Wednesday. FOR SALE One large high grad
pollea (hornless) Hereford bull. Very HALF SOLES
g"ntfe. Cyrus E. Beam Rt. 2 62-B.
fRYERS grade 33C
WHY PAY RENT! SDPtBWWAt ONE SHEEP has taken up at my 1.50 up
pJa -e. Owner may have by paying
ward and cost of ad.-Gaston La- 1958
Fresh WILL BUILD.HOME lanne. Rt. 2, Box 4t. Starke. Itp Men's Rubber Dodge V8'i

ON YOUR LOT SLEEPING ACCOMODATIONS 2 i
zfc :"room private batb. private residence TUDOR II I

MULLET 25c No Down Payment Rancho, private Motet entrance. Apply I tcchg El HEELS 85C Up Automatic Transmission

HOME
TONEY BUILDERS,
I COASTAL BERMUDA HAT for sale;
Inc. Fertilized .500 U &. 10-10-10 per acre. '
Fresh (10( per ton. Contact Jorge Vallde- $$1395.00
lali. Highway 21. Clay County. Extra Special! '
lb Contact RAY FORTHPHONE Jtp 9i18
PICKED PEAS 10'1
4123
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NEW LAND -Rent Free from Sept. and
1 to Sept. 1, I9C9. Apply at Smltty'i" HALF SOLES
Keystone Heights Fla. Barber Shop. 3 tchg

Merita. Southern, Tip Top FOR RENT Two House Trailers.
1-JS ft. with air condition. other 28 HEELS 2.00 u" TERWILLEGAR
ft. Can be set cfn own lot. J. B.
BREAD 21oaves29c w. c. T. y. Whit. Rf 2 Pox ';:. Starke 2tl "'3

MORTGAGE: LOANSOa
At loU of nutritious ice cream STARKE'SSHOE MOTORSPHONE
THE MODERN WORLD IS
Inprrvrrf Property
at the friendly stores displaying B.*!..*. K RnHeitUI REPAIRING
EXPOSED TO THREE GREAT
f
CITY FISH & MEAT MARKETOpen I .r wnStOTM_r V the Super ue rign. Super Sue !.!. 6 per teat Terms:1S-29-ZS: Tn.
DANGERS: ATHEISTIC COMMUNISM Coq .r writ DAW BYRD WO 4.3381
ATOMIC WARFARE t.4is per good-its superior.-, GalMCTfll. 71*. 123 S. Walnut SI.
From 7 to 9 Ooen All Day .
Sunday ; P. 0. B ..,III. FR Z-=U 206 W.
; 517 E. Brownlee St. Ernest Allen, Mgr.\ and Owner AND BEVERAGE ALCOHOL. _, tfchg Across from Park Theatre Madison St.
: (UNION SIGNAL r. jlN tepula Fi trotl/ t: u6,t.pirt titMr itrailir Si G fieed.w. f'"t* CIRL
nn WANTED Tuck's
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA '



STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, AUGUST %7. 1959 tl;" -

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: Cecil Carnes -
yY..Y.Yyy..yy. DRIVER -=
jfY'.Y. Girl InjuredIn WANTED
HIGHLIGHTS Weds Texas Girl FOR HEYSTO BIS
KEYSTONE I f' New Subdivision
MELROSE Boat ,Mishap
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In San
AntonioMiss The Keystone-Bradford Bus Association -*
By Mary K. :ohafier I I At Keystone is looking for a driver PST OPENED OX
By RothhammrrLAAAAAAA4
I I Joyce Carolyn Townsend of San lor the bus to bring Keystone 44iig:11T

i(the notice. Anyone who has done ..... ...... Antonio Texas and: Cecil L. Carnes I A 12 year old girl was cut severely students to Bradford High School'

Chamber Of Commerce Notes i it will agree it is not a very good I|t Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tillman had of Lake Geneva were united In by the-Propeller of a run- during the coming term. For further I! IS LAKE FRONT: LOTS Gator Bone Lake

Once more, Mrs. Joe Daurer, I' wj-y to grow tall! Instead of one,'!'as weekend quests Mrs. TUJman's marriage at 2 p. m. July 9. in the away required motor boat and a woman information contact Mrs. 1... I
Chamber of Commerce Secretary, pci&on in charge, there should be brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and!I Be'laire' Baptist:; Church in San emergency treatment fora LaAIee or E. Widegren.. I Near Keystone Heights
is requesting information on cot- two; one to hold the glass and Antonio. The Rev. Ken Hutcheson severed artery and tendon in GOOD SANDY BEACHES
Mrs. R. P. Flowers of
Webster. I accidents
tpges for rent in the Keystonearea. 'one' to make the board at least Florida. officiated. at Keystone Heights ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL :ji Nice Shade Large Lots
,re& nt.tble. We might suggest Saturday. CHURCH KEYSTONE : ..
Mrs. Daurer is compiling a ; ) )
I John Storer Is visiting his The bride is the daughter of $-.- a TO $2,375
list of all such rental cottages fort that persons posting notices try parents Elizabeth Ann Walker of Toixka Rev. M. H. Breyfogle; Vicar
'i I Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Townsend .j 20 PEU CK.;> i DOWN -- 5 YEARS; TO I PAY
e Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce to make them a little attractive."It I I ,. Kan. was injured when hithp Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Coin
-
and for other groups desiring pays to advertise", but it depends storer.I of San Ant< io. The bridegroom I!i a beat her father, John W. munion; 9:30: a. m., Sunday S. E. M.CKAY--REALTOR;
copies. The Jacksonville on HOW you advertise! 1 j I j I Mrs. W. B. Preston, Pat Preston is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.'I Walker had started for a ski run. School; 9:30: a. m. Morning Pray-

Chamber is constantly getting inquiries Gold Head Branch ,![Kathryn Sipprelle Peggy Webb, Carnes of Lake Geneva. I I I The boat broke away and ran un :rr and Sermon Holy I Communioneach Keystone Heights Phones :3071 2031: 4151

as to rents; in the Keystone ; area, and it would seem that Gold Head Branch has broken I i Tuesday in Daytona Beach. ,by her father. Richard Suggs acted dr! on the right arm and leg. Young People meet. .-
tails idea would be a boon to all .another record! Yes this past Need to Retire? See Redfearn's,i as best man. The bride's only She was taken to Bradford County HOlY Days 7:30 a. m.. Holy -.
concerned. To date. Mrs. Daurer week on August 22. 313 campers I I amazing tire deal thru Aug. 31. attendant was her sister Joyce t: ; Hospital by Keystone police Communion. '!
hay received one listing Why not broke the all time high of 256 reputed only I I Townsend. where it took two hours to suture COMMUNITY CHURCH I

get in touch with Mrs. Daurer and on June 13, 1959! To date,I Mrs. Lottie Wallace of Jacksonville The bride selected a street her;: cuts. She was discharged KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.
give her a short resume on what;i5!.518 visitors have been to Gold is spending a month with Monday morning. Albert C. Holt. Minister
you have to offer? Call her at :' Head Branch State Park as com- Mrs. E. W. Sieinert. lergth dress of pure white and silk Shortly after the Walker ac- Mis. J. L. Hrtheriittton j
fashioned '
with
4331 or write to her in care of : pined: to 51,748 on August 23 of Mrs. A. S. McGinty and children"' a V-neckline ci"' ent the police were called a- Organist and Choir Director r
Keystone Heights Chamber of 1958. This is a total increase of returned to their home in Atlanta I cap sleeves. It had a shirred pa'n! when Miss Gertrude Houser Sunday School 9 a. m. Morn-I
Commerce. i 6,770. Oa. after visiting with Mrs. Mc- waistline on the empire line that Keystone resident and'Middleburg ing Worship 10 m. during July I

What About The Bulletin Board I Fishing in the park has picked Ginty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. featured white satin trimming school teacher cut;the artery and and August. I : l Oj r.
ending in bow in front. The veil
a
Yes. what about the Post Office .up a lot. A few two-pound and I P. Berkleman and sister Miss tendon of her left arm while attempting -
wreath of white flowers
was a
bulletin board? Shouldn't some- ''three-pound bass have been hit- I Ruth Berkleman. to open a window which iiiTTEI
from which fell short face veil
one be in charge of it? It has jtir.g I poppers, and the bream are i Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Vogh. Jr.I I of tulle. She carried a a bouquet of vas stuck. Miss Houser was given :
such a neglected look. The noticesare hitting worms. In the next threeor ..and family of Gainesville spent first aid treatment by Dr. Christ-
yellowed with age. and dog- I four weeks catches should m- the weekend with Mr. Vogh's parents split carnations and lilies of the offer before being taken to Brad- i
valley centered wits a white or- Janitor Service TO BORROW MONEYLending
eared and fade In fact, we found crease if this wonderful weather Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Vogh Sr. ford County Hospital. She was 1
one the other day that had faded I jwi1 I ; just hold out. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Assbell of chid.A sun hospitalized Monday morning. I

to a blank sheet of paper, and Clinic Will Be PTA Project I',Ettingtf,n, Ga. spent last Wednes- reception was held in the money is our bu-inexs and if it's
money you
I OFFICE
tnere it stayed. One reason it The School Clinic will be staffed day with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Till- church educational building after !

looks so bad may very well be the :, this year by volunteer workers. man. When they returned home, the ceremony. Serving at the reception CHICKEN STORE, i I need (and who doe>nt these days) we'll be waiting
heavy glass in front of it. In order This is a new PTA project for the,I Mr. and Mrs. Tillman accompanied were Mrs. Dunward Smith I I I II
i to put a notice up. some one ,, protection of our children and Us I them for a brief visit. and Miss Annette Brooks. Miss I BARBECUEDINNER I HOME, : here to help you. In most cases }.01l'1J find that jour

must raise the glass and hold it success depends on you. If you can Mrs. E. W. Steinert, Mrs. O. Joyce Townsend kept the bride'a i I
problem be solved with
can a low-cost bank loan.
up with his head until he pins up (Continued On Next Page] Robinson: Mrs. Andrew T'I book. Windows I
r I I Floors, Walls
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1 Mrs Dick--!- T.r--g----->ff8rtnn, -Mrs...-. T-. ...- The bride graduated from Har-

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE i iWallace Thursday and with Miss.Misses Cora Lyon Anabelle spent and landale is High presently School employed, San Antonio with, Aug 29 5:30-7:30 LAWNS MOWED THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA

Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes and Reda Robinson in East Pa- insurance The brideerwm
latka- an company. Keystone Beach Echo Lake Off Rt. 214 Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Mrs. C. P. Berkleman is visiting High School.graduated He is from attending Bradford San Donation $1.25 PHONEGRANITE Keystone Heights, Fla.

Keystone !n Duluth, Minn. Antonio College while stationed in Dessert Included
Heights Lucile Foster Owner
5-2126
Member F.D.I.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Berkleman San Antonio with the U. S. Air
I and family of Atlanta are visitingMr. v- rce. Sponsored by the .
Berkleman's father, C. P. EstreUita Club.

SCHOOL DAYS are 3erkl:Mrs.man T. A., and Prevost his and sister children Ruth. TRINITY CHURCH.EPISCOPAL MELROSE. Proceeds. for equipment REDFEARN'S
HERE! I _
Walter Sidney and Sandra returned Rev. M. H. Breyfogle.- Vicar 1 I Masonic\ Temple
to their home in New Or- Sunday 0 a. m., Sunday.I
le2ns, La. after spending the sum School; 11:15 a. nx. Morning
e. mer with Mrs. Prevost's mother, Prayer and Sermon [Holy Communion I THESE SPECIALS GOOD THRU AUG. 31 -- ONLY
b b each first ] 7:30p. :
Mrs. S. L. Menge. Sunday ;
Principal and Mrs. Clarence m. Young People meet. Health FactsIn -

. Holden and daughters were weekend Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy Com 11

guests of Mrs. Holden's broth- munion. spite of all the changes that Eik- T7II\L1T
er-in-law and sister, Sen. and Mrs.,
in
1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARISING go on this changing world the _
y Charles C. Smith of St. Mary's!
'LBy fact aWl remains that spinal mia- _
Georgia. alignments compress nerves ana
J Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano, and
obstruct the flow of vital nerve
daughter. Melissa Ann flew to
Melbourne last weekend to visit' force to any organ. If the lung &FI/f/tJv-v H-\ x i %('4
How About A New Bike For That Mrs. Gano's brother-in-law and Mrs. Gordon Jones nerve is compressed the flow of jr f j % % "v// V' % Fr'V
...... vital nerve :force is reduced ana
< &..t..A. /tUaAII 1
Mr.
;sister and Mrs. T. M. Babington. -

t Boy or Girl! The Babingtons.later spent Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A C*!I lung nerve disease compressed follows. liver If the disease liver OUR ,"FIRST LINE" 100 %/ DUPONT NYLON CORD
Wednesday night with the Ganos
, wereIMr. will
Ellis for the last two weeks I folkw. -
enroute to Atlanta. I: .
Mrs. William Lee Joann. Only correction of th
and ecompress.
.
Mrs. A. L. Rnox of Stevenson, -
Alabama spent last week with her Mvers and Jim Lee and sorT all 1,!t ed nerve:can restore health. This '': *
U th*:,work ,_of your skillfully
jrother-in-Iaw and sister Mr. and of Rochelle Texas ONLY
trained .
ctor.ChiroPractors
Chiropr
Mrs. E. M. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and .
Rev. G. P. Hendry of Gainesville, today are required .
daughter Carolyn and Nancy to take the
same basic science
retired member of the Florida

WESTERN FLYER BIKE sometime Methodist in Conference Melrose ,and is spending is stay- Manni Jacksonville of Starke Wednesday visited relativesin of last paths examination before as they ALD.'s,can and receive Osteo-a As } 1..

I !ins at the Lee House. week. license to practice.
WITH PURCHASE OF THIS BIG NEW Mr. and Mrs. Eddie ,
I J. J. Hogan recently spent ten Visiting Chiropractic restores Health af.

SENSATIONAL HOTPOINT 2 DOOR days with his son-in-law and Norman Sunday were Mr. and ter everything else has failed.
daughter Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Albert Norman, Mr. and Mrs: Visit the

Pavers in Miami.Mr. W. A. Jonner of Mulberry and Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Howard and Mrs. Buck Alvarez of Starke. Dr. H., 'G. Bollinger

Freezer Refrigerator left last week for a visit in Hous- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manni and Chiropractic Offices
ton, Texas. They will return by children of Starke visited Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Jones Wednesday 426 N. Waferat St
way of Atlanta. Ga. and the East
Coast of Florida. Mrs. Howard is afternoon. Plume fro 4-2881 Starkeor
12 CU. FT.
the former Mrs. K. L. Keener. Mr. David Barn is home after a '
and Mrs. Howard were married in vacationing for one week in Alabama 728 E. University FREE

r 1v 298.88Onl July.Do j nODe 6-3238 OafamvOl Tire Mounting ABOVE OUR COST
sufer from Tired Tires?
you Eddie Norman is recovering. !I 20 Yean Experience
Offer I
Use Redfearn's .Remedy.
from surgery at Bradford County j
food thru Aug. 31 only. Hospital.. I I
w i }' S3 Weekly Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wesley

After trade (any 'tnct children. Chuckle. Barbara,
3rd johnny of Bainbridge; Mr.
age) :and Mrs. Clyde Wefley and daughters S7'IIFE

or Small Ella Jane and Nancy of
Gainesville, spent Sunday with
Down Payment Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer

1n1 family. .
:
Two Separate Bake Sale w .

Refrigerating The Women of the Keystone

Systems Heights Community Church will .
sponsor; a bake sale Labor Day jiT1Ii'I_
AUTOMATICDEFROSTING weekend, Saturday, September 5
beginning at 3 a. m.

Duplicate Bridge +s
Winners at the Melrose Duplicate x

Bridge Club were 1st, Mrs. I ,
THIS FREE BICYCLE PREMIUM GOOD Roland Bryan and Mrs. Val Givens i _

; tied for 2nd. Mrs. Mary Cook I .
WITH FIRST 5 SOLDSo and Miss Iva Hipper Mrs. Alice I -

Ketchum and Mrs. Helen Phelps; I LOOK WH AT I YOUf SAVE

3rd!, Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. '
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry --- Come In Or Millie Robison. :

Peanut BoilA .
.
Call 9391REDFEARN'S free peanut boil will be held .hofeodonAi. Laundry Car SIZ& ;. TUBE TYPE des

it Melrose Public Dock Saturday. Makes Drip-Dry Garments tJat prk. Cost + Sl.oo LIst Price + SI.OO HURRY!
August 29 at 8 p. m. In case of -
rain the boil will be held in the Look Human Again 8.70:15 $31.10 SI5.63$35.10 I $17.55-

Trinity Parish House. n 7.loxlS S3UO SI7.15. S3S.so $19.10. HURRY!'
_.. .. .a sos till... aDds. witfI'OI6.r7 -
The peanut\ boil an annual .. -. '
Tsar t.+ u*look 7.soit $36.80 I $18.30-
; .d ia'u
event, to sponsored by Ray Ford.C. rtf.iad is'datiq.rte. ,
and L. Feed Company of Earl- ., tiarir as .w hsair3 J for w..1rJ 8.DOxll N WU5 $19.91HURRY!

ton. and the Merchants of Mel- -- .-ail ad ar Ib p :- l

'Where Service Is Assured"phone r Bridal:)'e. Everyone Shower is invited. ,. tt _._ .. _t OTHER SIZES PRICED AT SIMILAR SAVINGS HURRY!

Miss Joy Morris was feted witha

9391 Keystone Heights, Fla. bridal shower in the basement STARKE - .- -
cf the Baptist Church Friday.

"" August! 21 at ":30 p. m. The DRY CLEANERSAND
-- shower was given by_Mrs. Thelma REDFEARN'SPhone

IlliG YOUI TV SO TO last Dimpier. .
SHOP AND SAVE S ON WAILS Bridal games were played and LAUNDRY
cake and punch enjoyed by some 9391 Keystone Heights

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..: PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELE!SBATH. STARK FLOE1DASnellen. THURSDAY. AUGUST Z7. 195J
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- employed by Clay Co-op in Key-
of Diann Thomas. The I I01 Grandin visited her sister in
yywyyyyyyyvyytvvvvvvvvvv IryVyVyyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTyyyyyyyy vyvyvyvy VVVVYV'VTyyyyyymyI'. the sifter of Mr. Snellen. tone Heights.
is supervising principal of two rhomas Sunday guests were Mrs. a Lake City hospital. last Wed- ]
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED KEYSTONE Rev. Formy Duval. pastor of
MEL pSE large schools in Loiusvyie Ky. Everttt Futch and children of : nesday.
Horahome Church of God and
HIGHLIGHTS : Miss Mabel"-itovti and'-.Mrs. Clay Hill. i Mr: and Mrs. James R. Brook,
HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY hi3 family are spending a few er of Gainesville 2 XQt last Saturday *
A'i'htry Vance have returned to Friends of L. P. Rafuse will regret <
(Continued from Page i) AAAAAAAA-AAAA AAA A AAAAAA A/ Keystone after a pleasant vacation to learn that he had to re- cays in North Carolina visiting" evening jn: Grandin with
Shell Datives." Mr. and Mrs. Edward-"Hutsofl. 1
By Ozora at AtlanticBeaeiBob hun to the hoepital Thursday
43 who were present. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfAAAAAAAAAAAAAACard \ (Continued'01 .... "" from Page"', 7) Rea 'ef Cincinnati Ohio,p after being .released Tuesday.'Wp Mrs. J. C. Williams of Athens.Ga. Mr. and Mrs. 1L.J3 Sikes Jr.
Morris received I is visiting?her father, R. J* and family returned home to
Miss
many -
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4 donate; only ,one day _a .month- .wu a :wc.uttjtieitit: But home i pray that'.his: stay .there will.be of
beautiful gifts including many \: Of Thanks ,| two years. 1 of Mr. and Mrs-.Joe.Daurer. short duration. Seigler and family of Grandin. Gnffin. Ga. last Friday after )
of
JOT even part a day please con-
from those who were unable to i '' Mentions Mrs. Ercell Sapp and children spending a week In Grandin.
', The family of the late Mrs. Personal Airs. Cbarks; 'J. MeGiave tt t-ta.ct Mr. and Mrs.' Everett Fox and The James Waters family and _
attend. E.l>el Jeanette Williams wishes to Reuben McCoy of Brarley visit- spent Sunday attending
I 4278 ilrs. John L. Reid at 4220 ,three children the D. A. Jones family enjoyed a
Miss Morris and Mr. David Hin- publicly expreos their appreciation e"1 his daughter Marian Tyson and II Irs. Thomas Elmore at 4290, or a.birthday party for Mr barbecue at the Jones on Thursday -

nant will be married in October. for the kindness shown during family i huPliIsanl Grove recent- Mrs. LewiS S. Muir at 4327. Fox's aunt,"Mrs..Jyfary. Flowers' : of in honor of Mrs. Jones and '

Society Of Neighbors i their recent bereavement. Your : ly. He was enroute home from Moody Sock: Hop Jaeksontitte; who wa *3 years old. James Water's birthday anniver- & ;9

The Melrose Society of Neighbors kind expressions of sympathy will vciting! relatives' and friends in Miss Carolyn Jean The party which WAS attended by saries.Danny.-.

: an organization which man- i, always 'be" remembered. Many Georgia and Florida. 'at'her home on Moody Brooklyn entertained more 'than 100 people was held I. : and J. S. Waters spent The Opening In StarkeOF

tans a cupboard of supplies for thanks to e ch'f you. Mrs. Sophia Brown of Pittsburg, B.-y: with a Sock Hop Wednesday: on 'the Police Pistol.- Range. .,. near the-weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A

use in the home sick room, has t Amos Williams and family. t-P?.. sister of ilrsEthel Young !I evening; August "19. There the. airport.: G. W. Roberts at the Wooten cottage -

just finished and furnished a new I It's A Girl I'will leave the city next week_ after the hj wereJainesand'dintirig'an h- Jim Holcin of DeKalb' IlL, moved on Kingsley Lake. Mr. and COMPLETE AUTO TRIM AND

cupboard in the Episcopal Parish !i Adolph. >and, Annette' Phillips areaain visiting in Starke and vicinity' for light of the evening was' a""Luna& -: to Keystone Heights"last weekend. Mrs. Waters went for them Sun- FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY SHOPJOINER'S
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I die past three'w ks. She hasspent him'to '
House and stands ready to helpanyone i the proud parents of a girl.I ic's Exchane"'Vhercby" ( Helping get his jxv lay evening and were supper

who is in need of its sere .Dclphene)! Anetta:. born Aug. 5 at{ most of her time in Starke. guest exchinged a ""gift" he bad home"in; order were -his sister, ,gnests of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts
Bradford County Hospital. Both 1 )ut has visited relatives in Green -' Mi*. Rose McGibbons and friend; TRIM SHOP
vice. [t brnu&ht with anolher guest. Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Sheets of
mother'and daughter are at home Crve Springs and Daytona Beach. Vemon Hick r on. also from DeKftlb Jacksonville called on old friends .
In re-checking the equipment, Guests included
it has been found that there are ioing= fine. Annetta Bryant Phillips I' :Evelyn Young" ; Harry Jr./ Gail Nincy Sutton. Mary-Anb Margaret Sch'aefrer. Muir-, Other helpers; were his cou here Sunday afternoon. LOCATED IN REAR oV SHEPHERD'S RApIO & TV
ard"Harry Sr. have been suffer- siArt Gibbons and wife and. son
some articles on loan that are not is the daughter of Mr. and Susan Davis. 'Roberta fiibley. ; I 'Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson- '
I:ng from colds and virus. ,
South /ramOkeechobee -
of
accounted for. Anyone having any Mrs. Henry Bryant Starr Phegley.rReba'HallLinda; \'iJIe spent the weekend with her
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Monday. August_ 24, Mr. and_ and Airs. W. Ia. Reynolds
equipment! that belongs to the Soctety -, Starke. They are members of Ebe- 1 Moody, Darlene Phegley Barbara Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley. I Our Business
Church. Mrs. James Fields left Starke for and: daughter Jane and son BiH Thaft
Baptist
is asked to return it at n'Zer Ann Wheeler'Gair
once
Whitney, Pat ; -
or. if it is still in use, notify Mrs. American LegionMembership \West delightful Palm Beach week with after her spendinga father, Stafford, Pat Darby, Dianhe"Brok- Jr. {ire vacationing _in Highlands. Mrs. Lois Waters visited heiaunt 1 I If If. GteM ,We Hart III!
Drive N. C. until after Labor Day. How.
O. T. Robinson or Mrs. Albert a", Rowan Thcm s, Herbert. 'I CALL WRITE
The membership drive of the Dan Thomas and "other"relatives.Tbe Neisw ever, BillT Jr: will return to Keystone ; Mrs. Hes.cie Adams of Mid- or VISIT
Spres: so they recheck the I Walker
may i them Veazey Dwight Mitchell dleburg Sunday afternoon-
: American Legion and Auxiliary is family enjoyed having this weekend."Frank .
record. i to President L. very much. They were {able to vilst Bob 'Jacksoru: Tom Gardner, Pawlikowski and grandchildren Dont forget that school starts 1 Joe Peters Glass Co.
Some Of the equipment is I\now on. According Mckey Robisoh Wingate .
I I Ray ,
of 314 the their aunt, Mrs. Louise Graham Felicia and Stanley next Monday, Aug. 31. We have ,
M. Royal Auxiliary -
bought much is donated by Mac Hall Don p.
peo- who was in the hospital in Gain- Widegren Bill Sam ttvt that the four new
to membersf Glcwiak all of Wilmington Del. promise FQR GLASS NIED
drive Is and ANY
ple who have had to buy supplies on open Phegley, Billy' Carnes, '"Bubba .I-
esville. classrooms will be ready. Lunch
veterans families. Mothers are visiting Mr. Pawlkankl's-son Stow 'FTDB.IJnrt
illness.. We Design Medtrn
for If
temporary _
a anyone Moody and Bob Morgan, Mr. and
Little Thomas and Vel- will be served the first day m
Carolyn on
are'eligible for arid family Mr. and Mrs.Joe .
wves and sisters for
has surplus sickroom Hall Ua A Pattern
Mrs. 'J
any supplies Ciiester"Moody -
mi Mitchell returned to West parents of ,... the old cafeteria. I -
to donate, they will be : membership.!! A verysmall fee Is toe Pawhkosreki. C' -.. Table
appreciated. : hostess chaperoned: the party. AMr. Tops
> efk'ed for joining and local dues Palm Beach with' their aunt for a Tine 1# Retire Take advantage and Mrs.-Troy Bennet, Mr.

are 50c each month. For further :weeks vacation before- the. opening Rotary News'T. of Kedtevn's ajiiKing. Tire and Mrs. Josie Starling Rev.. 1313 N.W. 4th, PJ. Galaesvifle.. Fl,. Phone FR. Z-453.
Money boxes in the Melrose of school. "Sandy" Alemberte, a Rotary Tommy Howe. Mrs. Joyce Futch -
reformation please contact Mrs. Peal thru A>r 31 .ntr.'fiee ad ,
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at res'tor change is'all the 'I(I Foundation ScfiotaF -
spar*
membership Mae Rena and Jennie Sue who has 'just 2 bSae. and' Misses Elizabeth Terry andGeraldine
Ethel chair-
Young, s
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financial i support the Society"receives. min. The regular meetings'1 of) Hampton have spent the summer completed a'y ar's schooling inEorland. Mrs.Herbert: Sargent of Bre- i Starling attended the. "

: Your support is apprecia- eaqh group will be held at RJE. at w th their !god-father Rev. Damon l was guest speakefat Eorary"last'Friday -ml; N.-C.'spent'last weekend in Sunday School mass meeting at

t 2p.m. i >?JI and aunt, Mable Bryant' : He' pointed but ZsystoneUdghtt -with'her hus: I New River Baptist Church, Thursday -
For service which, costs nothing, arc' former of'RJE some o 'thEint resUtig anrf .
A call will be made for a joint I They students inliS-1; !band. a. DuPont' employee vno' etrening.Mrs Factory Price
call any of these numbers: Gr. ;5- lAz cliff "inEnsland'Iridf .
the Since the illness and death of erences between I recently reassigned this Benton Futch and children
meeting if representative was
5473; Gr. 5-2907, Gr. 5-5191, Gr. i their godmother the late Bertha life 1n' the United : were Saturday .overnight guestsof
arrangementsare
romes from Gainesville to presentthe e.rea. As soon as all -.
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52583. or Gr. 52261. Lee Dell they have lived with'their States.Thicken. : ')irs.' Joyce Futch and they at- tOne
troop charter for the "BoyScouts. made for their h a stng. Mrs. ] Quart With Each

Scoutmaster B. T: Marshall parents in West Palm Beach. Mae Bar-B-Que. Supper Sargent and her children will join tsnded the dinner at Highland Gallon FREE One you buy

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :: Sr. has indicated that the Rena is now in 6th grade arid Jen- Remember the Estrellita Clu.b. fir.. : Sargent 'in Keystone. u Baptist Church Sunday. or -

KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. charter will be presented Sunday. nie Sue is in the2nd grade! They Chicken Bar-B-jqjue Supper, -at Mn 'and Mis.Charles SmithU.be Mr. and Mrs. B.-Reddish had

R. Smith, pastor. Raipn -'The Junior Baseball team" has will leave pn the late train Friday Kfvstone Beach this Saturday. f! : leaving Keystone Heights as'Sunday'guests Mr. and Mrs. MARY, CARTER. PAINT STORE

Copeland Minister of Music And ju$t returned from'Lake Wales ir.ght; for West Palm Beach with evening, August 29. Serving will this week"for their new home in i Q try Snow and granddaughter of
regrets. Both girls would like to i Orlando- Monday guests of the 501 N. VV. 8lh Ave. =. Gainesville Fla. FR 675881ILEThTPESERVICE
church organi.t.! a' rr a very successful' tpurna* begin at 5:30. Tickets: will be $1.25for W'Jmington! Del. Mr. Smith.; Dui .
Seruces: Sunday School 9:45a. leturn to RJE.: Adults and' 7Bc employee transferredto Rrfdish family were D. L. Me-
jcent. They lost two games by aVery for children Pont was ,
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. close margin 2lTand '1-0. Adult' EducationEarn uaner 12.-Proceeds. from the sup. Wilmington recently, and ,Mrs: Clure and Mr. and Mrs. Irving

Training Union 7 p'. m. Evenfiig Clparw'ater 'and Fort Pierce' repective1y. your high school diplomaby per will be spent for: 'equipment S'nith'-nmaIit in Keystone until can.. of Gftine&ville.FLORAHOME.. -

bervices 8 p. m. Coach Marshall and attending* evening 7 classes: for the new MaaonkT Building'inKtystone .. thrrir home 'was sold.-tt"was sold c-,1 ? :
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They are available to "adult,] W9YYY9999T9999999 w-VVVI
Make church worship a family Trainer Clarence Williams were any H ighte lart week: -

affair." .... :slfased with the performance"and married student, or anyone 16jeors i Ham. Sapper Annual Affair 'Mr;'and Mrs. H. L. Cotton ofC.tleston. > *
I They'had a or older'not enrolled in the. : West Va.. have Pruning Cavity Work
-onduct: of the team. : StWilliam Catholic Club and purChased ,
hool. Registration AND GRANDIN *, Tree Removal
irgular day 1MW
St. William's Catholic Chapel VST succesful trip and reportedthat St. William's Altar Society? will the Charles Smith- home .- *- r.- .. Bracing

Keystone Heights the food was very good. Let's blanks are being circulated- for hold their annual Labor Day Ham on the corner of Lake- View' Drive oe By Dane u L. De-Mossing Transplanting
Sunaiy Mass at 8:30 team and back for your convenience. The 'earlybTd" and Peach Street. We hope the a Estimates
a. m. set behind our Supper i Saturday at 5 p. m. OB Free Inspection and
Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. B. next season. registration for classes in the church grounds. Tickets will Cottons, Kill be happy in this AALAAAAAAAA4AAAA AAAALLARev

Tuesday Masa at 8:00: a.' m. I'' Mrs.: Pauline Marshall' "reporter.. and-pwing at RJE nighto'of will be on nexl Tuesday. be $1.25 for adults, and 75c for beautiful house. An 'added .attraction -. Elmer Grant of Hawthorne,,

Confessions before all Masses Fiesta Club"The the Thursday wee" children. By .'Children" is meant :' is that their new home pastor: .of' Rorahome"..Baptist SAPP'S$ TREE SDRGEONr
in sewing Mrs. O. W
room. -
3apusms, marriaee& and .instructions regular meeting of the QeorceIIID enroll Regular b.;ys and"girls no\' yet in' high win be directly across the street \Church, -been-bringing! intsrestang "
by appointment. Club be held at the you. from the Sam Gardner's' home.
FiPsta wtfl school. ,
for all classes' that messages from Book ol r PETE SAPP, Owner
rnrpllment ,
i iirme of Mrs. Gladys Blye on Friday Bake Sale Mrs. Gardner is'Mr.. and Mrs. .
were held last term"will! be held Revelations each Sunday after STARKE PHONE WO 4-3963
All members are askedto Cotton'svvtvvvvvvvvvvvvtwvvvvvw daughter.-
night. The
Women of the
Community All to tc l t
are-welcome come
YOU'LL LOU OM new f'AtePbrook be present.. We are Pleased .to on Tuesday. September 8. ,t 7 p. Church 'will hold a' Bake Sale in noon.hear them. P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fit,
Pan -.I fcan tan pens i iI'astd i> m. The nexjt'night after: Labor
..... .'Italy $ .o$ m feraU rote that is'home our reporter, Mrs.successful ptriraOrahiin Day. All 1)ernxns"lI.Lterested arSkedtO front of Belotes old Drug' Store- : Mrs.W.. Motes of Hofflsteispent AGENTS -
after
ford County TtfegraiilL ,* S'V please attSi'd: and,get'all: BWg., starting at 9 a. n.Infttation'T ; LAWTEY Wednesday pvenin of last; Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617

-, 'surgery- '_ _at Bradford'County"J3ospitftl _". _1"-.- vhe additional inf ormaUon. Tee is Read week; with: tier 'sisterMn. Alma Gainesville, Fla. Ocala Fla.
during he past week. he 1Sa't We asked M .' -
I. Tbr ,. J ,'.2 per courser You may ;tome. "oil t Wistrup, ourWoman's 1- Clark of Flora home.: Phone 1651 Lake City Fla.
Ceui .J.4Iae': ('.o.n Of "home to 'her friends on ,
many dub Librarian; to recommend By Mrt. Joyce T. Fvtcfet Hubner is reported tc l,
i1tclf.r.. (.ua.,; }. 'I.rfd .. ,Pr.- : and fill your 'registration"blaneven lt Timmy
bate Crosby aHd Keller ,Streets.,- if yQuhave'to"pay: later. sothe good books for !. b.1 improving at his home aftei For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent

Ian.in and HE-: All cstat Erlyn* of r\fijTi:XorMadtThe; nvh*.. .,Carnation' ClubPans' Bradford Coonty OOys and girls. She picked out the AAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA his recent illness. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL, & CHEMICAL CO.

lan. and i* Kie-lyn Xorsdadt "Whsla Ve"been completed for leathers AssociationThe owing! from the shelves: Family Mrs. Leona Edwards returned H Miss.Ilene Strickland is nou r 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 '

n. Deceased.CITATION'The t the annual Cinderella Ball at ,RJE' first regular meeting of Scrapbook, by Dr. Ernest G.Osborne home this week from: an extended p 6- -., ,

State OfFIorida To Hih School on Friday Sept. .4. : telling the' day by day visit vith her son-in-law and -
: Irene the B. C. T. A- was held at RJE '.
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Holtz> Arthur 3134 Sena ONifa.Driva III Topeka! ':C. Mamlin Kanra I Who, rill be.able. .to wear" enjokyevening the glass. with*Principal C'Anderson in experiences of his own family; daughter, Mr. and: "Mrs.' Hubert :

Aer.ue Chicago H Illinum. Mabel I slipper? Come out" and" an charge. The following officers O. B. Goin's interesting WoHdOutside HiMrtth and family of Ogden, ; ;
Peterson 473SV .\It t'ld Street. of fun and:: frolic.: Good My Door, of special"'"tnI Utah. .' eoI
vere elected: Joseph D. Greene
Chicago 3!? Illinois. Frank .Ral!; I.
J5BO Inglewood .\'enue. St, Paul. .music"" and refreshments' for every- president; MrsDoretha B. Rich- I prest to budding naturahstaeUttle -lob" and Mrs. Edwin Gasque of
Minnesota. Minnie Raff Ddhlbom. On!. "Come in droves, come in '. M''J.: ploy, by Dorothy W. Baruch Jacksonville pent last--: Sunday _
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ar son. vice-president"Mrs.
'Fertile. Minnesota and to all per- 'dozens, bring all your friends..and ; writable for children : and Mrs. Georgia
ont claiming any beneficial .tatere r.ee. retoixling'srtar' Miss younger ; .with L. C. GasQu -
in he estate of Evelyn E. Wb, -I"n. I:[all your cousins. Mrs. .W.:,,Brooks. Mae Frances Jenkins) assistant; Lrchie Carr's High Jungles, And Ann Sapp.:" "c. -
4ef'psiII"d ,
To. are': ,, rt'itlfi'd that a I pr-sfclent. A. R. Jenkins, reporter.,. Mr M. J. FinleyV,financial secretary :ow, also a nature book; and Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markham
DftHti'>n has Itt't'n'fiJ..l in aid Court tatta&lphia Visitors' Efr.tronics For Young Peoplel and family sot Gainesville' :xexeSurday
Mrs. E.' J. Givens treasurer
rarfri: : >r fv j.tcrniinatl! of the '" Crrana Mrs/J7C. Coward and ; ; .
Jeanne Bendick, who beUeres that guests of Yr. arid Mis.
: !
iitlra oX Erelrn E. Wht'llln al..o theii'" mother E. R. Shell parliamentarian i Mrs. -
known at'Etelrn, X WTheUn. and ..;-.ons r1sit.iI g ,' O. R. Shell. reporter? Jessie MooreJr. I even youngsters can understand Dan Starling.
.'*" E eiyn JCortrtadt Wlielan.de_ I and oui r'rela. .
-ij/rs. Royal
Sophia atoms and electrons.! Mixon of Jacksonville visit-
Ed
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ceased. MrsZ.P.. Jerining
and for a d f..t..rr.dn.ati'Ht of Chaplain: ,
their. rwpt-otire Interests: and you i"'eSThey:: have ;penl the past pianist, Mrs. W.: M. C. Randolph, ?Personals. el: Mr; .and 'Mrs. Buster,Bennett. ,
are h'-rE1.y required to file ,- urwrit'pr. tVo;) weeks in Starke which is,the '
Miss of
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dfTi !i th rto within 40 '"Cowarcl. is were installed -
days. .after the first miblicatinn tirtniTof Mildrtd '_She Mrs. Aughtry Vante, left Sunday, .Mrs.'Harold Eunice and Jimmy
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choSen : August for New York. From Eunice-visited Hif- Eunice's
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free wiH bt' entered in due '*otirnponwM 'Philade- '
nurse emplofffl in there she will take Me-,
petition. 0 Royal acting chafiman, who was an Army planeto er. -Jlm Godwin in Fraser
\V rvF<:s ,\ ',}.-.1 arid the .eal lphia. She \II as,one 'of 'the', outstanding appointed by"president emeritus. Germany where she win teach mortal Hospital Saturday evening-"
of sail Court at Starke Bradford class j : .
CVumv. '. Fiorina.. this 17th day 6ft .. graduates.I of her In relinquishing the chair, Princi- school this winter. Her pupils will .Mrs. Mary. Reddish had,as Sunday -
*,-* and voted the most.l,kely'to t suc-j jpil Anderson thanked the teachers be the children of U. S. Army per- visitors Mr. and Urs. Law: .on I
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Relatives"nd frirnds '
A. YAW '!!ed. for the cooperation he had received scnnelSufferin- Conner and Mr. ""nd-Mrs.. L. W.
COrTTFirst Jt'Pr.E. enjoyed seeing the .Cowards> who I I from them for more thana from"Tired' Tires"? Baldwin! \ /1 t I h
pu'iliiation Aupitst 0. Hil! lave not visited Starke,.. .in over V'e' Redfearii's Bennett who 11 l -f7I I t'f- W1
S'2, 4t J/10 ., decade and offered his assistance Remedy, goodthrn Buster and Donald s
whenever and wherever Aug. 31. See ad. this issne.,' arc employed in Perry;>> pent .the 'v liii

: '. needed in the organization. Mr. Mrs. Aughtry Vance's son weekend herewith' their'families-I 1 '. '4 II %' % L

I Green made. a very fine accept- "Spike" Vance -and his wife and Bill and Allen Wolfe of Wil-. II H1'M !

apce wee h. The meeting adjourned children! Alison and Lin'daspent rington. Del. were here Saturday, lJ : : :tl FOOD .
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BEFORE BUYING ANY until October. 30 at RJE. four days in Keystone with her i to get the Bill Wolfe'family who II

'.' jCmiRCH. 'jrcm. last week. Spike and his family nad visited Mrs. Wolfe's mother f SPACE--" ;.(\ n .

Hoant.Calvary." 'Missionary Baptist are from Spartanburg S. C. They Mrr. Hester Hicks. I growing family ttFLOOfl
also visited other relatives in J. Anders and
_Mount Calvary Missionary Bap- Mr. and Mrs. O- .

t'st7? Church' held regular service Tampa before returning home. Billy visited Mr./and Mrs. Johnny i :.growing need for a modern !rr

I Check With .fl_ day, .Sunday with Rev. George Mrs. Harold Snellen attended Jenkins and family in Jacksonville __ Load* bt v t -t\fribii\\ I I]

.-. ;w. Lee, sSn j; pastor! to charge. We the Obstetric-Pediatric Seminar ,'!''Friday evening.MrJand T I .'V) ; I
at Ellinor Village in Daytona '.:' ; Paul Dinkins ands e" i.
Mrs!
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All' Companies .. .
yv churches and 'persons who helped Btach on August 20 21. and '22. !f of St. Augustine, Mr. and MrsHorace 'ELECTRIC ... .:1 l'
Mrs. Snellen is Bradford County of Santa Fe Lake
its 'to 'put over the"rally on Sunday a -Cox : > AUTOytATJ.ODEFSpSTlWp.
: for'our cnurdh.,The donations Health Nurse. ), s AdeTDinkins of Jacksonville,!

: were'as follows ,New Hope Baptist Harold Snellen Jr., accompan-i tod -the Charles Dinkins family ; ... J

WE WILL FINANCE FOR Church.$207' Revt.: W. Mosley, led his mother to Daytona Beach t.1' stark helped their m tfier.uri.P .' REFRIGERATOR ""absolutely; t 35B-fr fcl No tausy :

j- pAstor; ,Church of God In Unity, last weekend" where he'visited his : L. Dinkins: celebrate her'' I chorea with!pati of.. ..--''"..; .

12 YEARS, ,ON. -HOMES, I $26 RevS" .'. W.White, pastor; aunt Mrs. J. IC.. !'""Tiller*. 'andhis: feirttiday anniversary, Sunday.; I IWre.'Paul : ;
{lieasaht Grove Methodist ChUrch. i two cousins. *. Dinkins and son David

10 YEARS ON, .FRA.I. JHOMES- .. J):R V": HV:J.r;JJ flintjaILor, $27;: -frs. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Burson and are spending this week with the SPACIOUS.
<; three children arevtsillnt '"Mr. and Carl Carter families.I FREEZER
MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOW! 0 Mary Frazie"mother of the Dinkins : r SUB-FREEZING
!JJp.stor'JU1d member of New Bethel and Mrs. Bill_Scales for two. we&s. .MrsE: M. Futch and Floyd STORAGE

..BuntUt".Church. $29-71; Rev. The Bursons/Viho live in Monroe: had as Sunday guests Mr.) and < .
We will flntsh your home or we will put In your Electric Bath' George Le8uJi751Jt apPears Mich. were former Keystonets. Mrs./M. B. Barton and family of SECTIONS. .

Set, Marsh Maple Kitchen Sink and Overhead Cabtaets, aH Miss Maude Snellen spent last for ice
that: the pastor took the _lead Macclenny. cream, tJft, poultry,
and put your Sheet Rock, leaving; very little for week in Keystone Heights visit- and
Plumbing up srMclTmeans he is anxious for us Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hodges pies,met, cooked: food for future /
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you to do. to complete the new church. Many ing with Mr and Mrs. Harold J55. parns godaes and sons of -

I thanks again toll!that made a Snellen and son Harold Jr. 'Miss Jacksonville spent Friday Uwithlr. .:; I .oealj! -:-aod lots of ice cubes.

months contribution, from the Smallest -,-.-,'._- 1. &i d'Mrs. &iffen Hodges.. *
w 0 don't .<'harR, for tratfL. :No down payment. Two at 10 a. m. Supt Irene Thomas in .

before fir..t pa IIImt. No red tape jw Wth pressure jwU- amount to the greatest. Deaconess: : charge. Morning worship at ll ** ..BfrsAJ :-Hariey's Saturday VOUSHOPLESS-

men. We will rail and explain erytbinf to you (no charge). Jerelene- Dommon.; reporter.: m. Evening seryjce at pm. Rev. ;Uests were of BumoveryiUe.Mr.aM Mrs.S. Arnold C: ..n4Misa4Dpl ; ;SAVE MOREI -,

No oMc! .New.'Bethel Church Rev ancTis "HP on food at a
Baptist meeting trutTgrjcpe .
from R. {lqf'. We have gone! oat of mtt way tahelp a :; them em
A. B- Vinspn!: paster: .will: behostto :: )oreacher; Dont' forget "Jtmior 'cial other hand we ran.help, you. ilimsters I Mi A. Massey were NOW
the and Deacons Church each Tuesday: at Ip: m- $er.apd ?

Union of Mt SirJa' 'Missionary Rev. Levy Lenncn. is Junior. in 13aIWict"Ga. Friday 1 andbrought I ttt' ; favorite \
lB1 tit Association aH day startring Church PaStOr Mrs97- L. Massey home ALLELECTRICVREFRIGERATOR

WRITE FOR FJREE.F0LUERTONEY r with Sunday School All mem- All missionary workers are ask- with them: oa week's visiUMr. I 'Erdric- pl 11tCt Deafen

p TONEY HOMES, Inc. HOMES.: Inc. i brs are asked to attend and make ed to go to Mt. Zion La-rte1for : and Mrs. Fred Moore bad ; FREEZERS... -...-*

this a gala 'and glorious day:1P. ; the regular: Fifth Sunday .meetmg: as guests during the weekend JDavitf I -at -

P. O." tfox .106 RJy' -D. 'Forth 'J"- JMarshairreporter. during lhje aftmlo .' District: *and- Pa1 l' Doying of Fozt ptf (and homefnaert; ,too) art cheap* "

iP91ifl !G-'cn Keystone HeightsFlorida .Allen Chapel "AME Church President--,Givens Tftfl= raethprHA Yim1 Bragg lit C. and Mr. and MrS: -,fTw '10 boy, d tpr to aw!, and Biia> J

4123 < Allen Chapel AME Church.ReT. \' rV fine prograd tSt I D4d Mooir' ?nd Miss Rachel .
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L. A. Sampson: pastor will'' hold :in|_planned''by the riwte 1Us- Borer at 7iddmvilk."Miss r.I : .a .: kitcbm. .

final services'|revival. .. ..on. Sun0 sionarygroup.. E. J. Civens! -, ,re-::: cHarlotle Ann Cannon of i I

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.yyy..Wyy..YYW1 Howard In Starke. |[and children of Americus, Ga. H. E. Stokes were Mr. and Mrs i day. I children of Waldo were Sunday Vila Gillis, and Mrs. Mattie So- admitted to a Gainesville hospital.
Mr. and Mrs William ;were Saturday night and Sunday I I
Raborn ] Dewey Stokes and children of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brunet of i mining guests of Mr. and Mrs. vkclls attended the funeral of Mrs. V/e wish him a, speedy recovery
BROOKERBy ol Jacksonville visited Mrs. Beu- |.guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jacksonville.Mr.:: .
lah! Harrell '' Sr. the Stats Farm were Sunday N. J. Davis. I Alma Davis at Taylor Wednesday Cotton
and the If. O. Harrell Hodges : and Mrs. Donald Stokes of WANTED Clean BaA
family Tuesday. I Mrs. Lavern Edwards and chil afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis of hf rnoon. No Pant*, No Shirts, Hurt 8*
Stsrke visited Mrs. H. E. Stokes I
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Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rodgers are i l dren of Gainesville were weekend Sunday. N. J. Davis. Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis I I R. J. Jones suffered a heart attack Clean. Bradford Oounty Tt1rsraph. -
visiting their daughter\ ; Murleen guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis and I F. B. Davis C. D. Dowling Mrs. : Sunday afternoon and was .
Sandra and Terry Sowells
Rodgers of Daytona Beach, this Hodges Sr. en-
Mrs. Hazel Hart and childrenof Thad Carter of joyed a swimming party at Blue --- -
week.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. springs Sunday.Mr. .. ,. .
Cross City and Mrs. Beatrice SM.. Mott has returned I Jacksonville \isited Mrs. Mamie YO ,
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Sullivan and children visited relatives hcme after spending two weeks Hodges a week ago and she re- and Mrs. J. T. Sowells and ...,. .. ::{ '.'
in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Watersof timed to Jacksonville with them I children. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman "
and Mrs. G. W. Davis and Dundee. Mr. and Mrs. Junior for a week. c,f Gainesville and Mrs. Doris Kelley :::11 *u> a CHEVROLET ?
Mott and children visited Mrs. Rev. Thomas was a Sunday and children enjoyed a peanut q,,... ..m... X'r- .: ., .ay
Barbara and Dickie
and Harold King and Davis Leroy, Lloyd Vickers .Mott over the weekend. slternoon visitor of Mrs. Mamie ;boil at the home of Mrs. V. V. ,4.. .w Y aw; '% '%V .c,"t ; .X.s.... s.'r"K'
I I Hizen of Starke Saturday night.
of Alachua Bobby Hodges and friend Rodney Hedges.
Hampton were boating at : of Jacksonville: spent the Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stokes and Mrs. Bonnie Mott is in a Jack -
Sunday.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E. children of Alachua visited Mrs.H. o::vil1e hospital. We hope she will -
Dickie Davis is spending this I W. Hodges. Sr. E. Stokes Saturday. be home soon. __

week with Mr. and Mrs. Mack I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Jr. Saturday: night guests of Mrs.I Mrs F. L. Clark and daughterand _

.. son vacationed with her sister -
Mrs. W. C. Lemcke last weekin I II
Tucker Ga. While there they :

STAY COOL visited friends in Atlanta and t .
spent a day on Stone Mountain.Mr. :: .a w
and Mrs. W. E. Bigham and t '
children visited in Inverness Sun-
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calm and collected with a day.: r.G
Birthday Dinner
Mrs. W. L. Clark celebrated her

CHECKING birthday anniversary Sunday witha F
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dinner at her home. Those home :

fv the occasion were Mr. and :,ip .
--- Mrs. Jimmy Clark of Stark* Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Ryales of Jacksonville -

Miss Mamie Clark, Mr. ,
ant Mrs. F. L. Clark and children.

Simmy Clark, and Mrs. Clark's
mother Mrs. Luke. Mrs. Clark
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) Goldie Thomas I If staying with most m&g. 1 -

her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. l Ea11o0 : .
H. H. Lewis of Starke, this week. _
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Linda Sue Thomas is staying -,_ -*' **i wth: her grandparents, Mr. and one of 7 big bests Chevrolet gives you over any car in Its field}
Mrs. E. C. Lewis of Starke this
wek- Proof that Chevy delivers the most ENCE magazine, *. new 1 high ill dar f NASCAR Outstanding Adaevan l
Mr. and Mrs. Wodrow Thomas miles from a gallon comes from an in* ing stying." .t.._ wiU&i .j& award for"the creation and ecotinuina
and family and Juanita and disputable source:this year's Mobilgas ': : development of Amem83IDGht e
Economy Run.For a pair of Chevrolet BEST BRAKES-Tn competitive V-type enguiee.r- ..,
Wayne Stanaker visited Mr. and .
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with the first two places in their class ,
.. "other reported to AJkfJLJ make this abundantly
both of the
r \k. i. day.Mr. -got top mileage, in fact, of full- Chevy outstepped
"' :....;. .- and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and any two.", Naturally-Chevy brakes with l clear. Chevy front seat hip
: sized Over the Run's long, rugged
car. for instance is much 5..I
room, 88 : at
bonded far built to ,
'". Mrs. W C. Conner and daughter in linings are larger
mountain and desert
course, over wider than in .
inches cnrnparaHa ors
':. /' Yvonne of Starke visited Mr and the long, long haul from Los Angeles lengthen brake life by up to 66%. ,'

;::f. -. Why swelter, walking around paying bills, M'-s. Bishop Thomas and children toKansasCitythinningC evrolet BEST TRADE-IN-Look at too BESRIDEMOTOR.TBKNO: -
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t Saturday.Mrs. whopping 22.38 miles in names 'It
,.- f., averaged a per record-the used ear prices any
!%- r f fX when a checking account lets you payincomfort Bill Genavor and childrenof gallon. That's the kind of economy- N.A.D.A.t Guide Book. YouTl find smoothest, most quiet, softest rsdm
-- .:- in Gainesville visited Mrs. Groover engineering that keeps you saving that Chevy used ear prices last year 1 ear JD its price caffi. But thin io aoa
: : a fraction of the time. Open checking .
a feature aboard dialcover
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.:,. Thomas Sunday. you averaged up to $128 higher comJ.parable
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account with us before bill-paying time Mrs. Bernie Anderson and children '
o'/"t. BEST STYLE-Ifs the only! ear oT 11 dealer's.the Stop by BOOD1 i'r; '
: of Gainesville visited Mrs.
;j. rolls around again then just write out checks leading low-priced 3 that's unmlltBEST ENGINE-Chevrolet engines -NJAdc.<; .
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Thomas and children,
: Bishop: re- takably} modern in every line. "In its have long woo expert praise and just p F aaa '-
; : :; and mail them to their various destinations! cently.; price class.J says POPULAR SCL (, recently Chevrolet received thattsil ..yy
'. !" Karen Mizelle spent last week J 4',1
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: Gate Chevrolet Co. Inc.
Warren Mizelle.. over the weekend., Mizelle Hendry
'Mr.-andMrrs.Warren
;1 BANK AT STARKE and' Karen'' and. 'Lucretia 'were ,
supPer guests'of'Mr and Mrs.Leroy ,
; 210 W. CALL STREET STARKE. FLA. PHONE WO 42011JUST
.:Oa. -of 28 Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Mizelle'of Lake Butler Satur .
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