Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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tango Julian C (
VtTf', Librur/Fla HistorY

From H. B. Peyton 1 '

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH C.orporation Options 140Official

County Publication Established In 1879 Acres For Golf Course

VOLUME- EIGHTY-ONE- .--_ -STARKE- -- ,__FLORIDA.- THURSDAY: ,.SEPT. .17, 1959 _--____-=--=-- __ NU1BER.TIIIRTEEN.-!- _.-._ I QIIIII The Starke Golf and Country

I Club. Inc. made a long stride toward

School Attendance Engineers And Contractors Meet l lat Saturday realization when of Mr.its objectives and Mrs.

L H B. Peyton signed an option to

!To Examine Controversial Streets s-ell 140 acres of land to the corporation
I j
Reduced By Rains; + course site.; for The a property ninejiole lies!golf on

a graded road connecting SR 16
I I Merrill McMillan. of the engineering from curb to curb with a third
Bradford County graded roads i; ginning to roll with a full head firm. McMillan and Wil- asphalt treatment which would. and SR 230, about a mile east of

were described this week "as a j! o! steam during a brief stretch of lits, which has been retained by. cover the joints and give three I Starke.
mess" and School Superintendent I fair wether in August. It has also I the county Hoard of Commissioners 'I. layers of asphalt and slag all the Under terms of the option. the

H. P. Morgan reported attendance hampered: fill work at the site of I stuck to his guns on a recommendation .. way across the street. golf) group will pay the Peytons

. cut about ten percent in county ; the new Flonda Highway Patrol FRIDAY, SATURDAY that streets in the The superintendent also agreed' I approximately $21.000 over a perI -
scnools because of curtailed bus i station on 301 near the Starke SEPT. I j Keystone Club Estates develop-I to do the work under laboratory I tod of seven years. There will be
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routes in the wake of another 3.2 j Farmers Market I II ment be completely reworked after -i control and lake test samples of c no interest on the indebtedness

inches: of rain during the past I This is the pit-season in Brad- The attention of the' buying a long inspection tour of the he base at any points for any .. f I land the first payment of $2.500

seven days. I ford farm operations so there is public in the Starke trade area streets Tuesday with representatives specific tests outlined by McMillan. err p Y will be due Jan. 1. I960.I .
Morgan said he had seriously -, :little damage along that line but is called to the advertisementsof of the designing engineersand Y I With the property agreement

consideied closing the schools County Agent G. T. Huggins said Iccal merchants in this issue the company that built the The streets have been a bone of ii settled a meeting of all club
f',:r a few days if the rain continued I that strawberry setting had been featuring outstanding values streets. County Road Foreman R. contention: between the county .$ members has been scheduled for

unabated since a drop in attendance slowed down, and might be ser- for Citywde Dollar Days being E. Jones was also present. commissioners and developer tonight Thor5day) at the Chas

means loss of state iou ly curtailed if the rains con- observed his Friday and Sat- McMillan met with E. S- Lof- Wood for some time. The Board t>er of Commerce building at 8
funds based on average daily atndance. I tinue much longer. urday. rcrg, general superintendent for has refused to accept the streets t" l>.m.. to discuss plans for l hiring

t Fair skies for at least County Commissioner HA.. Careful reading of these mes- Dival Engineering Company ttha"ontractorl for maintenance because it believed an architect to design the course.

part: of the day Wednesday, however B;..hop Jr. said that equipment isIu sages will mean money in the and Dan Haines, of the construction would not rit The property is large enough to
gave promise: of relief-but ing lined up and that the work pocket of the shopper for gen- the firm of Cloasdell and Company hold up for any appreciable period ; 'hold an 18-hole course but only

ro one knew for how: long. <:f dealing out the channel of uine savings:
The 3.2 inch average over the Alligator Creek will b" started as I II taking advantage of the Dollar I of berg admitted that certain Wood. on the other hand, cannot )! itially.

rruntv during the Sept. 8-15 period soon as the ground dries suffi- Day specials being offered this sections of the streets showed get FHA financing for the About 200 persons nave already

placed. 1959's record breaking I clPnUy.I weekend. 'valty construction and said his l lomes he is building until the x bought stock in the country club

trial-to-date in Bradford Countyat Fear has been expressed concerning Read the ads make a list of company would be willing to repair county accepts the streets. r 1 corporation at shares of $300
65.11 inches with three and a passible flooding in Starke the things jou want to buy at them but he said he thought I each. The shares can 'be purchased -

half: months of the year yet toro I:and surrounding: area if a hurri- I each store, and then come to the streets did not need to be entirely City Gets $4,189.61 i' 1 for $10 per month and ca

Average annual rainfall re- rae should brush: this section. Starke this weekend and shop! resurfaced. He also said his be sold back to the. corporation
carded in Florida during the past would Share Of Smoke Tax r when their owriei's
inging an additional several, company put up .a one year lr R + decide to move
25 years is 53.42 inches. inches of rain on top of what has [ i maintenance bond which was not I to another location.
Satsuma file tower, between Already been recorded here this Council Discusses I included in the original contract Starke collected 4189.61 as its -.t _t I I The corporation is headed 'by a
share of taxes collectedin
Kingsley Lake and Penney Farms, cigarette
'f'ar. I with developer George Wood. Lir 13-man board of directors. with
has July and distributed in 1 '
exceeded even the Bradford August -
McMillan had asked if the com-
I Clyde Tera-fllegar as president
ford County figures, recording a Farm Census Change In Water i pany would be willing to put up according to figures released this '- I The' option signing followed a
total Begins week the State "'
of 76.08 inches of rain from [ the bond if the County Commls- by Beverage Department hamburger fry at the Peyton

Jn. 1 through Sept. 15. Here November 18 j sinn agreed to Lofberg's proposals t. place Friday night. An estimated
Heaviest fall during the past Other towns and cities in the I't
for work. '
I repair 1.. 150 persons attended between 4
week came last Saturday after- And Light Rates area collected the following a.
Lewis S. The
Taylor of Mayo has maintenance bond would. i and 7 enjoyed
p.m., hamburgers,
noon when Bradford stations reported ocn appointed as a field assistant I in effect, vouch for the company's mounts: Lawtey $507.12: Brook- ., cole slaw salads and soft drinks:
an average of 1.70 inches for the 1959 Census of Agri- confidence that the repair work er, $184.78: Hampton $125.04 and d'N served the .
in a flash flood that swept water ; "ulture in Bradford and 32 other' Utilities were the prime subjecti would be satisfactory, and would Keystone $1,221.72.Beverage ; and by: looked country the club members
over U. S. 301 near the Santa Fc i 41 the City Council meeting Tues- over proposedsite.
counties in northern Florida. j protect the county from mainten- Director L. G. Peeples a .
River bridge; and inundated por- After several days of training I'Ir'ay night when changes in light ;, Knee responsibility for one year. said taxes collected in the state
tions of SR 16 between Starke and and water rates and minimum In the Keystone area, realtor ,$.
-Lartm? Sept. 21. Mr. Taylor will I j j Lofberg agreed 'to submit a letter during the month amounted to
Kingsley Lake.It rates for natural users were E. McKay last week that
gas reported
be in chage of a force of 11 crew I to the Board of County Com- more than two and one half million -
was reported that 20 milesof ''' dors and 156 census takers in !di cussed. I nvssioners outlining his plans for dollars. Approximately $790-, Southern Turf Nurseries; of TV-

graded road in Bradford Coun- his area. The crew leaders will in The council was launched into the repair work. McMillan said he 000 went into the general revenue ton. Ga.. is making rapid progress

ty are "out" at the present time. t am recruit the census takers j' the discussion when Clerk Carl I i could not agree that the repair fund and the remainder was distributed -I with the grassing of nine holes of

p-ld little can be done to better who will start work Nov. 18. i Johns read'a recommended rate i!! ork would be satisfactory and among' the state's incorporated -, the Keystone'gol: coarse. The

the situation until it stops rain- : The 1959 Census of Agriculture''I adjustment schedule submitted by.j would stick by the recommenda- municipalities. grassing outfit told McKay the

ing daily. As one observer remarked will collect information on the ,'C. B. McCartney and Associates ;i tions he and engineer Dick Willits" Hamburger Fry At Golf Site +! greens and fairways would be

: "The only way to fix a number and size of farms, acreage consulting engineers of St. Peters- j:,: submitted to the Board after an Rotarians 1 ready for play in two months.
mud hole is to put dry dirt in it. and harvest of crops, livestock bllrThe/ firm was hired by the iI 1 inspection of the streets Aug. 22 Visited It was just "eating talking and lookin a-. some 150 persons The Keystone course is ''beafig

imd where are you going to find production and inventories, farm J I city in April to make a study of and again Sept. 1. By District Governor enjoyed at hamburger fry given by the Golf and Country reactivated under aa agreementwith :

any dry dirt within hauling distance facilities expenditures, values, I the local utility; system and sub- This would still leave the final Club members at the site of the pro country club and golf developer George Wood of
?" and mortgage debt. mit recommendations for improvements decision to the Commission. District Governor E. Robert I' course last Friday evening.At Jacksonville. The Keystone Country -

There is a seven-mile stretch and finished the survey on Lofberg agreed that there was Langley: of Jacksonville paid his'official'tisit the top, volunteer cook Bill Graham glance at the camera Club Board of Directors': deeded -
of graded load near Brooker that"Wasn't Aug. 28.Clerk too much water in certain placesin ) to the Starke Rotary ; .. a al7.ea.lM"amount. ;or 4jac Et:
. Church Youth Groups while. .)Irs. Harry TBabb and Jnniu M. Smith help teens t
- had a car over it in"30 Johns told the Council he the sub-grade when the asphalt Club al, an assembly Tuesday property to Wood *in- :return '!Gr'his
selves to the eats. Club President Cljde Terwlllegar Is in
diys: one courthouse official said, Plan Song ServicesYoung was all in favor of the suggested surface treatment was put on the night; and the regular luncheon agreement to rework and reactivate I
i "and it is a mail route and a changes which would raise com- --tweets. The wet condition had o-eeting: Wednesday. He will visit charge of the Coke box. the old course. The new !
school bus route." people in various churches mercial power rates and lower I!i reused a lack of bond between the the Keystone Heights Club this i I At the bottom. Chamber of Commerce Director Robert McIntyre work includes the installation of

Clerk of the Court Charles A. in Starke arc planning special lomestic rates. The survey showed;i too and the sand-clay base. He Friday. f (left) chats with Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Peyton. The Pey- a complete sprinkler system for

Darby estimated that the abnorMal singing programs to be presented that} the equalization move would said Duval would completely re- Governor Langley was high in : tom optioned HO acres of their property to the golf group the watering, the greens and fairways
rains so far this year have men fifth Sunday evening. I still .leave the ,city with better .V'Oik the sections where this con- i following day.Station .
his i praise of the spirit and en-
cpit the county an extra 15 to The plans evolved from two j commercial rates than were of-I' c'ition appeared. He said that Lake
Crosby Services
20 thousand; dollars in maintenance meetings of young people's church tpred by competitive power ,most of the streets were in good tbusiasm of the Starke Club and Enters

costs. He said his office was rxioups. The first meeting was at fits around the state. out-j i condition in other spots, except commended it on its projects over WRGR College For Mrs. Campanelli,

bpsciged by people with tie: Christian Church, and the Another suggested change would I where a difference in elevation the years- He is just starting on
rl.iints about read rom-I jrcond was held last Sunday by increase the minimum water bill!(r between the street surface and the big official visits to the 35 clubsin After Two Years Native Of Italy

that little real help can be the Starke Methodist Youth Fellowship. from $1.35 to $1.50 per month,I 1 edge of the concrete gutter section Owners
the district and said he hoped Changes Mrs Anna Grana Campanelli
until the rains stop. "Five people I :end would reduce the minimum had exposed raw edges of the baseto I Of High School
be would find good spirit in all 75, of Graham died Tuesday
'n scattered arras of the county The as ,
meetings to
are designed sollonage: allowance from 5.000 rain and erosion.
hive told us their cars are bogged I jbpng the young people of the I to 2,500 gallons per month. Any'' He proposed to remedy this of them as he did in Starke. M of morning following a brief illness.
For $$36,500 Bill Green. 16-year-old son A member of the Catholic Church,
cYwn so that they cannot get I various churches together for recreation i water used over the minimum' allowance '. fault by peeling back the surface Rev. Barry VanDeventer was!i Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. Sr.. of the was born' May '1. 188t in Italy.
them out and have no means of and fellowship programs. would still cost 20 cents treatment for several feet regrad- '
welcomed into the club as a new I :):arke. began registering this week Surviving are two sons. Vito S.
transportation. Darby said. 1 I MYF President; D. Ritch Greens thousand gallons. ing the exposed base and resealing
per :: member at thus meeting, and was : The Federal Communications !oil his freshman year at the University end Mario, botn of Graham; and
The last scige of rain has "rd all churches in the ,:
again countyare After discussion, the Council vrith a double treatment of
i Commission in Washington D. c.1 I of South Carolina inf i if | >ne granddaughter, Joan Camp-
the T.
indoctrinated ,
halted work on the U. S. 301 widening invited by president
to participate in thevosrams. i s ked its clerk to submit sample asphalt and slag. Such reworked his ':>
last week transferof f Columbia after completing fielli of Miami.
project that was just be- I Continued on Page:: 61 !:sections' would:! then be covered A. Yawn. the Gaines-
radio station WRGR. Starke to I high school training at Graveside rites will be held by
i Radio Starke Inc. for 36500. vil'e High School in only twoj'Ii tTears. Father Cornelius Dousherty In the

The Starke station was origin- i C -osby Lake Cemetery at 10 a. m.

Tornadoes Go Against Macclenny I ally owned by Tidewater Broad- j J,!.<:-,' Friday with interment to follow
rasters. Inc., headed by R.
M.I I .. 1$" in the family plot.
fDelphi) Chamberlin of Gaines- ..- DeWitt C- Jones Funeral Home

'vihe. The purchasing firm which I will handle arranzements.

'.!so owns station WARN In Ft. I II .

I Pierce Is headed by Murray C. y Lions Club Helps
i Tilmian. xf

: i Will Shawver of Ft. Pierce will !, Blind Negro Girl "

:1 manage the station and arrived |
t tI The Starke Lions Club provided
c1 here- this week with.his family to' ;: >r+
: rake his home. Mr. Shawver, a I II i his fare for a child to enter the
for the Blind St. Augu-
V I native of Covington. Va. has been I II | School at
this week. Round bm
I it'! radio work for 12 years the .5 Mine trip
(1 list six of which he spent with I I' pr fare: was also provided for an'

WARN in Ft. Pierce as program j #4 escort for the child. '
director! and sales manager. He 4J Proceeds from the recent successful .

and his wife. Edna Jean have four I II Lions Club car .wash were

I children: Max. 10; Jean, 8; Jan tom'.t used for this and for other work
f: and Judy 4. I t in their sight conservation pro-
s mar '
Mr. Shawver said some changesare iv, A gram.
planned in programming at -
the local station, with the emphasis I I\'
Bill Green
on local news and popular i FISH FRY .

music j Bill took an accelerated course''
Thursday September 17
Chuck Dent WRGR program for exceptional students at GHS ,
i irector, will remain with the station :and made hhh"I'tr' "des on an enjtrnce 5:30.8:00: P.M.
; under its new ownershlp-l i examination for the University -

WRGR manager Sam Zack will : ; of South Carolina. His
t never his connection with the sta- i ndwich" courses at GHS included : SouthsideElementary

i teen! effective Saturday I algebra science and
Mr. Zack has not announced his Fnglish. 'I i

plans other than stating that his I The local boy wanted to attend

,Ilusicenter will remain in oper- we University of Florida where'; Cafeteria

aUon. hi brother, Lex Jr., is a seniorit
: pre-med this but the Uni-
BHS Head Coach Lennard Reg- ner in the linebacking slot. year $1,00 and SOc
And For. GameSeven
Beauties Brains Set Opening R-I City Occupational versity requires persons without
Mer I
announced his starting line- I ter said the line switch "
high school diplomas to be 21 BenefitPlayground
Licenses On Sale
up Wednesday for the season's pretty BUS cheerleaders made a colorful ton. -- I his speedy guards in a years old before they can take a'n
stop end plays. smith has had
opening game in Macclenny Friday t pattern (at left) as they limber up for their first IB the other picture the Tornado coaching staff more defensive experience than City Clerk Carl Johns said thisweek entrance examination. He plans I I Equipment

night and predicted his boys a-vlgnment in Macclenny tomorrow night. They during a conference. I II Gardner. that local merchants mustpurchase i 1 to attend the University of South I
raugjt strategy
They are -
would win by a couple of touch- I IlOl1S ''I Blanken' I their '1959.60 .,i Carolina long enough to get credits I
are (left to right) Barbara hJp Mary I II occupa-
A large of fans is
( the heavier (left to right) Dead Coach Leonard Register and group expect- 4 that can be transferred to
against oppon- Xwgel, Janet Nichols Bobby Capps (captain), I'tj L to make the short drive to tional licenses on or before Oct.'\1 Florida unless he likes the I This Space Contributed
rnts:: "if it doesn't rain j assistants Carlton Koch, Dave Hurse and Charles
11. A 10 cent will be
I Susan' Slade and Betty<< Lou Wainwrightith Kay Mncclenny to see this first game I Iof per penalty ./Gamecock school so well he decides Weekly to. Pnblicizs
Register said the Baker County added to the cost of the licensesif I
I I.,I Dermis in the middle. Not shown is Ginger ThornFrancis the season. Game time is 8 to stay on.Bill's Community Events
!luie by
averaged more than 200;I o'clock. they are not bought before Nov. i
pounds from tackle to tackle, and j r 1. and a 20 per cent penalty will mother said she had talk-
sid his lighter linemen would flanker plays pulled off by a set of i iI Crews; LG Hank Graham: Devore; and FB. Sam Gardner.If Coach Register said that only go into effect after Nov. 30. "'d d with his high school principal THE COMMUNITY

need solid footing to hold their 1(I fleet BHS halfbacks. I I John Miller; RG. Ronald C'I the Tornadoes kick off the me more week remained for fans Johns said the licenses expire at and had been told that he would STATE BANK --

own. Good weather should also 'i The starting offensive line up I ford; RT. Cecil Leach: RE, offensive guards and tackles will to purchase season tickets for the same time each year and no-S be awarded a high school diplomat

help promote wide-open running '; for the Tornadoes will be: Clark: QB. Harvey Tanner; LHB. shift: positions on defense and home games. The passes will be tices do not have to be'mailed since he had qualified for college I OF STARKE -Y

lame with r i-verses and wide j LE, Larry Elder; LT, Allen ;Richard Dugger; RUB Johnny\I[I Tombo Smith will replace Gard- I sold until game time Sept, 25. to merchants. entrance. -- .


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Mis Fred Miller of Jacksonvillewas 1|I Archie Green returned toi First Baptist-WMUFirst Jaycees Enjoy Movie Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill were''! Mr. and bars -W.--&-WilderofLlama -

a weekend guest of Mr. and ,: Gainesv.ile; Sunday where he iSI i \isiting relatives in Jacksonville I Iaturday. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I

ir.v P. D. Puncher. i I: taking port m rush activity: Baptist WMU held its re- .Of Football Game s; I F. Miles this week.

Mrs. S. L. Peik. Sr. returned last I! week at his fraternity at the University ga'ar monthly meeting Sept. 8 at I --

die Thursday from three weeks vaca- j I of Florida. j jI ,the Church. The devotional was Members-of the football-coach- I -,

t.o.i in Asheville, N. C. I Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum;led by MrsWillie Mae Denton. inp staff of Bradford High School j I when you needREIABLE

Mrs. K. G. Duncan and daughter i, accompanied Miss Frances Lan-: !Mrs. Denton then gave a talk on were guests at the Jaycee dinner I

ON THE NEWS Margaret Rose spent the 1 dium to Southern College in Lake- missionary work among the In- meeting in the Garden Restauranton

weekend: with Mr. and Mrs. K. T.Duncan .!I land'Wednesday, where she twill 1'ans of Oklahoma. The devotional Sept. 9. Following a talk by I' GAS SERVICETHINK
in West Point, Oa.
.. the freshman class. wa closed with a prayer by
------------- ----- --------- ------- enter
I !head coach Lennard Register, a j
:Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover of I Mrs. Kate Sheppard.
:I.ir. and Mrs. Henry L. Hough Mr. and Mrs. j. H. Ritch and I New shipment Levi i Dungarees JIm was shown on last season's j OF
Pert Lauderdale were weekend A business meeting followed and
of Washington. D. C. were Mon- Mrs. S. R. Johns visited Mr. and j fat Stumps. game with Santa Fe. i SLADE GAS
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. was closed with; prayer by Mrs.J. .
Gay visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs. H. A. Durden and family at I I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald :Moran afWestbury Last
Hume. II Hildebran.. The group will Friday night the Jayceesand
L. Hough.! Jacksonville: Beach on Tuesday.Mr. L. L, N. Y., announce
their families and dates TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO OR UP
Mrs. S. C. Denmark Mrs. Bill begin a new year with its next I en- 1,000
Mr. find Mrs. W. F. Glenn Jr. and Mrs. Arthur Andrews
the birth of a son Steven Moore,
I joyed a shrimp at
Graham Mrs. W. C. Byrd, Mrs. meeting on Oct. 13. supper Key-
are-in Norfolk, Va. this week on and Mis. Hester Black of Wichita A. N. HoUiday Mrs. H. H. Rabb, on Sept. 5. Mrs. Moran is the r stone Beach followed by swimming PHONE WO 4-3551
business' and pleasure.Mr. Kas- were overnight guests Tuesday former Hazel Moore daughter of and dancing.Volleyball .
Jr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson, Helen Masters Circle -
and Mrs. Harry Houston of Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Mabry, Mrs. Louise Moore of Kingsley .
Jr. attended the district meetingcf
ar4(|Mrs. A. A. Durden were visit- Jr. Lake.
the Duval County PTA in Jacksonville I l The Helen Masters Circle of the Meeting
and : A. Durden Mrs. M. F. Brown and daughter
ing.Mr. Mrs. H.
in last Friday. Miss Sylvia Paulk was the':Fist: Baptist Church met at 11 AT
Florence spent the weekend
at MVsGeorge.Quinney Jacksonville Beach Tuesday.andMrs.. New Pert Richey visiting CoL and Extra Bobbins save time-,Stock featured entertainer Wednesday a. m. Tuesday in the Camp Prospective players managersand \ 'II
; up with Singer Bobbins at Den- night at the International Association Blanding Officers Club.A sponsors are invited to attend \
will Mrs. J. W. McNeer. Mrs. Brown'smother
A. A. Howell of Jacksonville mark Furniture Co. tf of Game, Fish and Con- the "North a meeting at the USO tonight 1e Bullington'sSTUDIO
of Mrs. W. S. Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, returned program on topic j
he Saturday guests
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns were servation Commissioners and the Witness Around (Thursday) at 8 p.m for
home with them for a visit. American Baptist
Slide. &nd Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. I I called to Ozark Ala. last Wednes- ; the forming of a men's volleyball \
C. A. Futch underwent surgery I tne World, was presented by &
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining visited ; day by the of Mrs. Johns' Con-vention !l
. in the Bradford County Hospitalen death I I Chasteen, Mrs. R. F. Jarvis ?gue. The meeting will be under -
Mrs. Walter Timmerman in s-Yter, Mrs. Mike Gassett. the direction of City Recrea- GIFT SHOP
Mrs. L. N. Irby,
W. C. Byrd
Tuesday. :Mr. and Mrs. E- M. Davis visited Mrs
Uipt":hospital to 'Va1dosta, Ga. onUlIday. New shipment Let! Dungareesat NOW YOU can make 60-second Mrs. P. E- Stone and Miss Ma- Mrs. T. p. Harding and Mrs. J. tion Director Bob Benner. I

& Stump's. pictures without flash blubs with lie: Anderson in Archer over the I E. Hildebran. Mrs. L- G. Powell 4 ir Friday & Saturday

Replace your old sewing Belt machine Friends of Mrs. L. S. Hutto will new Polaroid 3000 Speed Film atRnllinton's. weekend. I I pave the devotional. I. tlrroltK. ('err.. Bradford ('erry. 1819
belt with a new Singer Sept.
from Denmark Furniture Co. tf regret to hear of the death of her See ad on page 44U109 Mrs. E. C. Morris of Pompano: After the meeting, luncheon was. .r.
Mrs. J. F. Rogers of Jackson- sitter-in-law, Mrs. J. W. Radford Beach is spending this week with! n rued to fourteen members two Mane L. J'ag.1'lamtiff Vs. John
ill Camak Ga. last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome and new member, H. l-gt Defendant.XUTIfE .
yule is visiting her daughter Mrs) I tier daughter. Mrs. S. G. Denmark. visitors, cne TO Al'I'EAIl
Merritt Williams. Mrs. Williams rooming.}! had as Tuesday guests Mrs. Joe md family. Miss Sue Morris entered I Mrs. Neil Lyons. To John II. Page, whorr residence {
Merrill Futch of Tallahassee Sanders and Mrs. Bobby Sanders ; freshman and addref-s is: UXKXUUN.You ; .
was! confined in the Bradford l the U. of F. as a
are hereby that suit
to Wednesday with md daughter Tammy, of Val-
spent Monday .
County Hospital from Wednesday in 4: Monday.Mr. % 'u..tody and control of
underwent his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.Futch. c"osta, Ga., Mrs. Sarah McCall of and Mrs. Glen Stanley and minor child has been find against
where she
to Saturday
t vou in the ale namrd Court and
Pa.'atka! and Mr. and Mrs. Perry ,
1 have moved to Jacksonville. and
minor surgery. baby roar you arc squired to wrvea
Jan llundorff returned to At- Newsome of Jacksonville. Mr.: and Mrs Paul Miller of Mi- <-w|'y of your answer or pleadingto '

Miss Virginia Raysor lanta, Ga. Tuesday where he will yevf shipment Le\I Dungaree imi ,i..itinglr.. and Mrs. the complaint. on the Plaintiffsttorney EARRINGS
weekend with isSpend-1 : were \ 1-r K. I'erryman Clarke.Florida
ing the be a junior at Oglethorpe University at Stump's. ?. W Haisten last week. B. and file the original in the I
Mri Charles Raysor in ; this term. .flMe of the Clerk of the Circuit
Miss Babs Lance of New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews and t -,art on or before the 15 day of
P.C.. ; Mr. and Mrs. James E. Darby and Jay Goertz of Hutchinson family: of Weoconnett were Sun- 0.-.1ot'r. Ui; uthrrwiae the allE-ga'l. Regular $1.00 I Itr.
Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka'is tions of said Complaint
Mrs. Herb "l Tampa spent Thursday to Saturday : fisiting Mr. and I with Mrs. T- J. Griffin Tith Mr.: and Mrs. M. W. Lance. 'O. Daiuby- of Starke announce the birth ofa This notice j-hall be published one '
Thomas this. week. :Miss Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie ach week fur four consecutivefks
Mr. and Mrs. John 'Torode at- I David Canova and Bud Lawson PFC Wayne Rlundorff left Tues- ton, Rodney Martin on Sept. 14 "'< > in the Bradford County Tele- $
Roch. eve returned to Mars Hill Col- 'tar fcr Marine. Ill. where his addrss at Doctor's H pitaI. KravlL
t:' $ed the dedication of the men- Mrs. Alvin Howard and Mrs. tuted this li day of September
cge. N. C. will be Btry A, 1st tl,9.SEAL: 3 PAIR FOR
tal hospital in Macclenny on sunday a IF'Come
Merrill Edwards in Jackson- .
Mrand Mrs. H. B. Kelly and i2d Arty. Wayne was home on 15diy Bradford County Hospital announces ,
viUe Mis. James
Tuesday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick Sr. Kinchen. 'amily: of Gainesville were last leave prior to reporting to the following births: Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and :?nday visitors cf Mrs. W. R...Hai- M.:rine. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lee Hart ny .Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk !
rent weekend with Mr.
the Mrs. J. D. Kendrick and daughter 9/17 411 0/8 I
Mr. and MIT. Buzzy Green drove II
cf Raiford a daughter.. Judy Lee
Mrs. Quick Jr. in Scatenville Ga. Joan, of Montgomery, Ala. slop.Mrs. '
C. A. Knight spent Sunday Bill Gieen to the University ol Sept. 11.
?ir. and Mrs.Paul Raymond and weekend of Mrs.M. D. See What A WILL
were guests :nd Monday in Lake City with South Carolina, S. C. over the' D BUY At u1Iin ?ton's
in Waycross, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Logsdon
Mrs M. H. Lang were Elder and family.Mr. ERIC
weekend where he will enter his
Mr. and MrsC. C. Shepard.
Mr. "iof Melrose, Michael Patrick. '
weekend visiting a son
Ga. over the and Mrs. Joseph Gray are
Charles Knight and sen Dou- freshman year. I
and..Mrs- .Jerry Moore Icing: transfened by DuPont toPine !clcs, of Gainesville were visiting Fred Blackburn entered hi,. &<.pt. 14. NECKLpCEBUCK AND EARRING
-- :i Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Gant"f
Grove Village Md. They will
w. .'C Trs. D. E. Knight on Sunday. freshman year at the U. of F. or
_;cJl leave Saturday. Alvin Chace and daughter,'Monday.Mrs. ; Lake Butler a son Andrew SUN., MON, TUES.

Wanda, and Mrs. Adaline Chace Sylla Blackburn of Ne w.,Patrick. Sept. 15. Sept. 20, 21, 22
:Mr. and Mrs. James E. Teston SETS
visitors Oreans) is visiting MrsLofc
!of Jacksonville were Sunday -

F1 ridaIheatri; of Mrs. Etta Hoover. Blackburn and Mrs. Laura Colley; I I cf .Lawtey Sept. 15.a daughter, Cathy Marie. The Light In The

Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat Miss Betty Ann Cavanagh oiMoselle II Reff. $2.00
: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Limberg- ForestFess
OO@W Denmark Furniture Co. tfMrs. Park N. J. spent the firs t
; of Lake daughter
Winott a
.i Mural Gardner, Mrs. Orie of the week with her cousin JudjDankeL er Parker Wendell Corey and
Elizabeth: Louise, Sept. 15.
Hdtchms and Miss Betty Jane Joanne Dm PER
Mr. and Mrs. James Sidney
Morgan will be in Miami Beach New shipment Levi Iunga
I of Keystone Heights, a !Count Your BlessingsDeBorah
from Saturday to Monday attend at Stump's.
60-Second Pictures I SET
daughter Sept. 16. Braizi
Kerr ,
ing the State Haidressers con- Clyde Terwillegar is spendin,

Without FlashbulbsI vention. ionday to Thursday in Detroit Maurice Chevalier
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green and M'Ch. attending the 1960 Pore i Teen Time To Elect Plus Color Cartoon for (Children>n

; family were last Wednesday lowing.
Officers Saturday. _ ___ __ __ ._
-. luncheon Wed Thur. Sept. 23 24 u .
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-t.: :.. Fprings- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. six months will be elected Saturday -
-> Ilawkmn, Margaret Johnson BLACK AND WHITE FILM
t lEO CORCEY tight at the USO at 9 pjn.irvclor .

:* THE BGWERY BOYS. 11 week,(! hat.Bob only Benner students said who have this Laurence Harvey Dawn Addams

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I lir t Ij' I b? t liable to vote in the elections.

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Mauls! the iu .
Mrs. T. -N" Limbaugh and Mrs.

THUNDERR6KD ;,- RIDE RIDEAT W. P. Cole of Lakeland are visiting HEY GIRL! Studio & Gift
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Sun., :Mon. Sept. .20, 21 --"N--.,.,.-' / Gene Failing spent Wednesday to

dr z .. zI Saturday in Tampa attending the

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,.. ""'- 1d-"N'',"' '"', Simmons Koch Drugs Crawford Bros. Gulf Service meeting. STUMP'SDOLLAR
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1,, ae a 'd4c4.4w I 'ita'. ;-. Tenvillegar Motors Barkbdale's Dept StoreJ
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BP\V Members Alabama Girl ToWed Mrs. Ingleright Birthday Number 7 borne last Sunday afternoon.The .

Attend District Meet DeWayne Elder, Honored By Employer For Ralph MorganRalph eT bossed birthday and holding cake seven beautifully blue

l candles stood in the center of a
With Farewell
Eight members of the Starke PartyMayor Morgan, younger son of lace-ccvered table. Tan blue can-

BPW Club and Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan Jr.. "ls: in crystal holders were placedon
and Mrs. W. Jackson
Burns attended the District 3
celebrated his seventh birthday
either side of the cake.
wI meeting at the Mayflower Hotelin i entertained at a lovely dinner rnniversary with a party at his
Games were played during the
Jacksonville last Mrs.
party last Friday evening at
Nate Dyal of the Starke club is iy's Restaurant honoring Mrs. C. and was centf'redith a beauti- afternoon and favors of bubblegum

District Director. I ful birthday cake topped with balloons and party blowoutswere
., V. Ingleright who has worked '
PerrymanFranciscoVedding Rites Held Starke was a co-hostess club +miniature ships.
rn for the Central Truck Line for distributed to the 22 guests.
J ierd was represented by Miss I The youngsters played games
September 11 In Jacksonville ChurchThe the past seven and half years. Assisting in serving refreshments -
Madge Middleton, president; Mrs.! during the party hours and were were Mrs. Joyce Castlen
Mr. and Mrs. Ingleright left Wednesday -
j. D. Doyle of the state nominating given favors of balloons and whis- Mrs. Bill Haas, and Mrs. Reed
C. wheretiey '
for Sylvia. N.
Lakewood Methodist with frenched white carnationsand
committee; Miss Della tles. Refreshments included ham- IoEwis.
Church in Jacksonville was the a white orchid. Fr .will make their home.
Rosenberg, state chairman of bylaws -
getting last Friday evening for the The bridesmaids worn gowns ; Mrs. Edward Hall district TJf The 14 guests included the fellow -
marriage of Miss Margaret Eliza- rf pink taffeta with bellshapedskirts I e; corresponding secretary; Miss workers of Mrs. Ingleright.

beth Francisco and Comer Peek v-necklines! and three- Florence! Jennings Health and

Ferryman. Rev. John A. White officiated quarter length sleeves. Their face .\ ':' Safety chairman; Mrs. Willie Mae Mrs. W. H. Edwards 1 SPECIAL

at the 8 o'clock service. veils were attached to crowns of Denton, Orientation chairman; Welcomed Home I $
The bride is the daughter of seed! pearls. The matron of honor I Mrs. Ray Stone Historian; and

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Franciscoof was gowned like the other attendants : Mrs. Burns, Bradford County From GermanyMrs. f ATBARKSDALE'S

Danville. Va. The bridegroom except that her dress was in ... emergency welfare cnainnan.

is the son of Judge and Mrs. Emmett -. crrhid. They carried cascade bou-. Miss Maxine McIntyre of Lakeland Jim Chasteen entertainedat
K. Perryman of Starke. quets of pink and orchid trenched Miss Lance To Wed !state': president, gave the key a delightful Canasta party and i

Jack Lowder organist. and Miss carnations- Jerome Jay GoertzMr. address of the meeting emphasizirg IF luncheon: Wednesday of last week
'Susan Williams soloist presented A reception followed at the that BPW members should honoring Mrs. W. H. Edwards HI D FRL, SAT. SEPT. 18, 19

program of nuptial music. Lakewood Woman's Club. after and Mrs. M. W. Lance an- not dictate or call plays "from who has recently returned from
Beverly Bernard Francisco which the couple left on a wedding nounce the engagement of their I the bleachers" but should get Germany.The ONE LOT LADIES'

brother of the bride, of Danville trip through the state. They laughter Barbara to Jerome Jay .down on the field and work with Mrs. Joseph David Kendrick of eight guests included former "
gave her in marriage and Emmett will reside at 6123 Ladoga Ave., the BPW team. class mates of the former June
Gcertz, of Mr. and Mrs.
son Montgomery Ala.
announces the
K. Perryman,Jr. of Bethlehem Pa. Jacksonville. Caldwell.]
Arthur Goerlz of Hutchinson, During the afternoon session a engagement of her daughter Joan SHOESi
was best man. Ushers were Rod- Those from Starke attendingthe Following the Canasta game prizes -
Kansas. The wedding will be an workshop on BPW in Civil Defense Well, to Marvin DeWayne Elder
.ger: Francisco and Ralph Roberts. wedding and reception were were awarded. Mrs. Chasteen
conducted the Starke
event of Sunday. Oct. 4. in the was on oi Mrs. W. D. Elder and the
Mrs. Roberta Nelson was ma- Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Club with Miss Middleton also gave MrsEdwards a per-
First; Methodist Church, Starke, late Marvin Dewey Elder of
tron of honor and bridesmaidswere Mr. and Mrs. I* A. Davis, Mrs. at 4 p. m. siding. Mrs. Burns served as coordinator. St trke. onal gift as a memento of the oc-
Miss Geneva Francisco sister Del Colley and daughter. Barbara. of A musical program concluded ,eSlOn.
Miss Lance a graduate
of the bride of Panama City, Cn}l. and Mrs. T. T. Long. Mr.,and School class of ) the day's events. The wedding will take place at Mrs. Lavern Outlaw assisted
end Miss Peggy Kidd. ?frs. Guy Sale and daughter'Linda 1056 and attends Charity Hospital Attractive door prizes were 8 p. m. on Saturday. Sept. 19. at Mrs. Chasteen in serving.
The bride selected a gown of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futch the First Baptist Church in Starke
brought home by Mrs. Dyal. Mrs.
New Orleans
School of Nursing
Chantilly lace over satin and net, :and daughter Linda Mr. and Mrs. Rums and Mrs. Pansy Quigley of i. with the pastor, Rev. L.D. Haines I Surprise.Party For UP TO

with a tiered skirt, and a scooped ATli Thomas Jr., Mrs. Harry La.Mr. the Starke club. officiating.A .
neckline trimmed with lace. Her Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller Goertz is a graduate of the reception.will follow the wed- Linda Futch, 7
waist-length illusion veil was secured and Mr. and Mrs. Jack University of Kansas where he received ling in the church annex. 6.95
his B- S. degree in petroleum MatchettPearsonEngagement :Mrs. Mack Futch entertained at
to a crcwn of iridescents. Trawick and son. Buddy; and Mr. No invitations are being sent,
She carried a prayer book topped end Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City. engineering. He was commis- Toldiiu but all friends and relatives of a lovely surprise birthday partyon
sioned and served three years as he couple are invited to attend Sept. 8 for her daughter Linda .

Recreation Director I Business Women Meet Lieutenant (Ij. g.1 in the U. S. the wedding and reception. who was seven years old.
Navy with overseas duty in Japan The party was held in the car-
Outlines Activities .,With Miss RosenbergThe in 1956 and 1958. Mrs. Alice Anderson returned port and in the den which were

To Woman's ClubBob After their marriage they will : :stSt Friday from two weeks vacation gayly decorated with multicolored -
Starke BPW Club met I
make their home in Colorado. and visit with friends and balloons. The refreshment BARKSDALE'SDENMARK'S

Benner,Director of City Recreation Thursday night, Sept. 8, at the relatives in New York City and I I table was overlaid with a birthday

gave a review of what home of Miss Delia Rosenberg on Coffee Party Held Summit, N. J. party cloth with matching napkins

::'has been accomplished as well as Green Kingsley as Lake co-hostess.with Mrs. J. C. For Mrs. J. E. GrayMrs. .. ""

a preview into further activitiesof

the City Recreation Department During the business session Joseph E. Gray who is
presided over the to.Pine Grove Village. Md.
at the opening meeting of by president. moving
Miss :Madge Middleton, plans were this Saturday was honored witha
the Starke Woman's Club Wednesday -
made for attending the District delightful "Coffee" party Wednesday -
afternoon of last week.
3 meeting, and parts were assigned morning given by Mrs. R. tic )
The speaker assured the club-
to those assisting with the R. Howell Mrs. W. E. Tilley Mrs.A. W Lsib
Women that activities were also b
workshop to be held. Plans for L. Crosby Jr. Mrs.;H. H. Rabb,
being! planned for adults in the i
observing National BPW Week in Jr., and Mrs. Seeber Goodman at !P sr
community and urged the women
October were also discussed. During the Alton Road home of the latter. '
suggestions along these
this week the local club will Arrangements of pink and white

floes.Mrs.. H. B. Peyton president attend Episcopal services Church in a in group Starke at the on gladioli decorating were the used party to advantagein rooms for r., s Ir FRIDAY, SATURDAY -- SEPT. IS, 19 r

presided over the business meet. occasion with the same blossoms -
Sunday Oct. 4, and will have a the '
.Ing'prior to the program urging dinner at the Garden Restaurant centering the refreshment :
Cooperation from all to make this or Oct. 8. During this week the table. Mrs. Tilley presided at the
an.- outstanding year for the
silver coffee service-
Business Woman of the Year will
Starke Woman's Club. the
be: honored. The hostesses; presented
1 Mrs. D. L. Thomas, chairman of I h-Hioree with a silver bonbon dish Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M.

htstesses. and her committee Served 2 BrowniesAll &s a memento of the occasion. Matchett of Hampton, announcethe i1 COTTON FILLED THROWPILLOWS
refreshments from the tea Troop engagement and approaching

facie in the sunroom. The table. MYF Sub-District marriage of their daughter Bar- I
overlaid with a white cutwork Brownies of Lone Troop 2 tara Jean to Donald Edward S t

cloth, held a lovely multicolored are asked to meet at the Method- I The Sub-District meeting of the Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A Save Now! Offer Limited!

'arrangement of giant zinnias in 't Fellowship Hall Thursday Methodist Youth Fellowshop will E. Pearson of St. Petersburg.

fall l tones of yellow and orange. afternoon at 5 o'clock to join I be held at the First Methodist I Wedding plans will be announcedat '; Several
Mrs. E. K. Perryman presided at Scout Troop 2. Girls aged 10 to 14 Church this evening, Thursday, at a later date. 1< _. '

he'punch bowl around which wasa wishing to join this troop should 8 o'clock with the local youth in Miss Matchett is a graduate of V.- Colors $

wreath of fern interspersed with contact Mrs. Pat Cauffman leader. hirge of the program and re- Bradford High fccnool and is a :
deep red zinnia blossoms. '. I:senior in elementary education at S
he l University of Florida. She is i Reg.

I member of die University's Women's _4
Club the Choral Union, $1.95
and the Baptist Student Union

Executive Council and has been .[OUS!..., .-: 4. A Dollar Does Double Duty
selected as the sweetheart of the At Denmark'slAMPS

Baptist Union. She also serves as

the State secretary for Baptist

udeYit! Unions.

I The bridegroom is a 1955 graduate ,- -:-: .. _

cf St. Petersburg High, anda -
senior in pharmacy in the College BED

of Arts and Sciences at the ,,
U. of F. He is past secretary and
FRL, president of Chi Phi social fraternity -

AT GEM JEWELRY SEPT. 8T.19 a member Union Executive of the Council BaptistS 4.' ;

and is the Secretary of Religious

Affairs government.in the University student S

ONE ASSORTMENT SPECIAL Birthday Party For : Reg.

GENTS 115 POINT N. L. WoodburnN. s I

BIRTHSTONERINGS L. Woodburn was the honor 1 -
'0' .
DIAMONDRING I A Dollar Does Double Duty
guest at a steak fry on the patio ,
;J"EXTRA FIRM 837 MATTRESS At Denmark'sfw
of his home. 115 W. Pratt St., ,

Tuesday Sept. 8The occasionwas with Decorator Print Cover,pIllS all IfteRE'
his birthday. '''-'< '
f'7. feature of the regular 837.Choiceof
Resr. E5.50'ane) Enjoying this event with the U- ''''V'- '
BEAUTIFULLY MOUNTED honor guest and his family were ....." of Double or Single Size Mottreii or :-: -- .- ----- --,

Mr." and Mrs. Robert Barksdale, FIRM '- : tioa Spring' .
For TWO -- 4995 SILICONE
DAYS Only! Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr., Mr.

ONLY $399.50 ttA Mrs. Eddie Coolberth and
Kermit Lee. I IRON PAD AND

For TWO DAYS Only! Little Women'sClub II COVER SET !

PRESSURE ASSEMBLY of 837 Spring Steel Coils odd

The Little Women's Club held I Strength and Firmness. J
Gent's Yellow Gold its first meeting of the fall Tuesday ,
night at the club house with MAIONE-CUMATIZED.No Odor from Dampness or Mildew. $

.ELGIN WATCHES, several at $33.75 NOW $21.88 the president. Miss Kathleen Con- | Construction Free from moisture retaining materials. Reg.
1bY\ presiding.:

CHARM BRACELETS, were $1.49 NOW $1.00 After the business session, ashort PRE.BUILT BORDERS, multi-needle side-stitched to $1.95

skit was presented showing j prevent sagging edges.

CHILDREN'S I. D.'s, regular $1.49. NOW$1.00One the right and wrong way of holding -* ''CLIMATIZED' a registered label, and Only Malone
a meeting. A Dollar Does Doable Duty
Mattresses are Climati=ed./
Assortment Refreshments were served by At Denmark's

LEATHER WATCH STRAPS, reg. $1.00 NOW 59c the hostesses .Mary Dugger. Mar- J J'jt" JI I
garet Douglas, and Carol Temple.

MUSTARD SEED NECKLACE, reg. $1.95. NOW $1.00 Junior Women MeetThe ..

ASST. OF EARRINGS, reg. $1.49 NOW98c Junior Woman's Club met "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"

Monday: evening at the club house

Sheaffer *ith Mrs. J. Delmas Warren, president -
DOLLAR DAY Scriptwriter :! presiding.An .

PENS Reg. $$2.95 interesting talk on the history "
I of the E. DuPont DeNem- Furniture Co.Rli

I onus and its products was given FreeDenmark
by Fred Mulling and was followedby .
, a film "Facts about Fabrics"

Now khown by Charlie McGlave.
Only $1.00]

Mrs.Refreshments Jack Griffin were and served her committee by- OF STARKE i 111;{ Free Delivery

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were" : St. Mark's Episcopal, FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH: Union 7 pjn.; Eteninj".worship I.rm. ,

editorial Another Convict HenryClyde Wainwright, forfeited Ker. lUymwad.f. MaeBlala Lawtey Paul W. Murray. pastor. Seven .
$27.50 bond reckless A. E Pastor Wednesday Prayer meeting,
on a Massey. miles south of Starke on S. R. 100.
drying: charge; Sunday Services-9:45: a.m-, Sunday School. 10 am.; Worship 7:30 pxo.
On,The Loose rbonme Hugh Crawford forfeited Church,, School: 11:00 &.In.. Morning Bible school, 10 a. m. ervice. 11 am.: Training Everyone welcome.
527 50 bond on improper passing Prayer and Sermon. Preaching, 11 a. m.

Better Late Than.Never. charge.; Holy Communion-First Sunday Evening Service .:30 p m. STRAWRERRY MULCHING FILM

From Honor Squad Glenn Ellen Mauldin forfeited 11:00 am.; Third Sunday Bible Study and Prayer Meeting 1.5 mils 3 ft. x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roll Cash with order

; $27.50 on charge of driving with- ?:30 ajn. 7:00 Choir 7SO p m., Wednesday.Radio 1.5 mils 4 ft. x 1000 ft. $18.62 per roll. Cash with order
The recent move by the Starke Jaycees to get nut a license; Wednesday- p.nv.
Clarence Melvia Griffen. forfeited Practice; 7:45 pjsu litany and program, 8 to 8:30 a.no Ask for prices of other thicknesses and sizes
the. USO auditorium cleared as awarehouse and Another Raiford convict is on
back into use as a community center ha$ receivedthe tbe loose and has been searchedfor $102.50 bond for driving Bible Study.HAMPTON. : each Sunday over station j I POLY FILM( CO.. Inc- Box 957'- Crystal River, Fla.
local officials since early while drinking; VRGn. Starke.
endorsement and "moral support" of the Hurt Erich Feustel forfeited
Tuesday night. First Baptist
senior chamber's board,of directors. $27-50 bond on charge of failureto Welcome to -
John Thrather Wright, Tampa
Church Hampton.
haw his vehicle under control
serving time for obtaining goods School, 10 a. -
The action of these two groups once again spot and causing an accident. Sunda-8unday rI
under false pretenses, walked away Worship 11 a. m.:
lights-the fact that Starke and Bradford Countyare Robert Puller charge of public m.: Morning
from the minimum security barracks intoxication postponed until Sept. Training Union, 7 p. m.; Evening TRADING POST $
lacking in a building that can be be called a in Bradford County between 21; Worship, 8 p. m. < ::
5 and 7 p.m. Tuesday. Wright Wednesday-Prayer meeting. 8 ,
"community center" and which could offer recreational Margaret A. Magyari forfeited .
"as due to be released on expira-
facilities for adults well, children $27-50 on charge of allowing unauthorized p. 4
as as tion of sentence on Christmas day. Pastor Rev. W. P. McElroy.St. l 5-i GENERAL ELECTRIC,
to drive
It is ironical that the USO auditorium is out of Prison official described Wrights person : !
Shirley E. Magyar, failed to
at the time when the and white male. short slender build Edward's Catholic Churcb
use very city countyare appear on recognition to face .
with red hair, blue eyes and a Starke. FloHflaSunak _
at long last, moving toward an organized charge: of driving, without a lirer.se. Ayc r ntrn6nMDnw '
ruiltitude of freckles on his face / Mass at 10 a. m. 't
program of recreation. For many years we1 had and body. He has a high forehead Holyday Masses ut 8:30 a. m. & .:

the. USO and no recreational director. Now we receding hairline and has MEW RIVER 5:30: p. m.Weekday.
two tattoos on his upper right BAPTIST CHURCH Mass at 8:00: a. m. 1 ; -FREEZER :
have a recreation director and the main part of avm. One carries the name John- Sunday :School, 10 a. m. Wor- Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 :

the USO is being used to store surplus equipment rv and the other is dedicated tol1irley. ship Hour 11 a.; m. Evening Senrce P. m. ..
for the School Board. Peggy and Debra. *i p. m. Prayer Mealing. earl Baptisms marriages and instructions .True Zero Degree Freeier
He has not been seen since his Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. by appointment. Slide out Shelves.MagneticDoor !

The board is perfectly within its rights, of escape.; -- ._ _
course, in doing whatever it wishes with the The perfect tribute to 1 { t Automatic Defecting .

building for it had the foresight to purchase the Services Held For I cherished, memory. 1 i Holds s p to pod.09U.of ..

property from the government after World WarII Nathan L. Starling, frozen food .,;;:

for only $15,900. Although the building was 56, Of. Lawtey' Every funeral that. we con 1 1 Two' mini-cube ice 1oyi I
duct,is,a source of sustaining ; Removable odn sobfe ilex't
poorly suited to school purposes, it has been madeto -
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serve as auxiliary offices and classrooms whenno Nathan L. Starling 56, of Law- solace and spiritual inspiration 1 : : 1 ; shelves / :
lev died in a Starke hospital Mon- .tfr the family.
other space was available. Through the good 1
thy night after an extended ill- .
graces of the School Board the building has been ,
ness. f Hundreds of:details are managed and economically 1
used att various times by local civic including
Mr. Starling was born Oct. 14. # attended to that only a trained and careiUi .
teenage recreation, but that privilege has 19"2 in Baker County. the son of ". organization can perform when the urgent neee
been retracted when the building was needed and : !
Mrs. Sarah Garrett Starling :
for is
: serving, at hand.DeWITT .
more for school use, which is understandable.Since the late Steve Starling. He wasa .
farmer and a member of the C : 3 COL -X Sift
the needs recreation -
community a center
Uishland Baptist Church PRICE 604 fA
and the School Board needs storage space, we are Besides his mother he is sur- FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE r

beginning to! wonder if some compromise mightbe tived by his wife. Daisy Futch PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4.2610,

worked out that would be agreeable to both Starling of Lawtey: six daughters ; We tarnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept

sides. Mrs. Robert Crawford, Mrs. G. W. ..; ANY life-insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, as MOENCH APPLIANCES
3d pp. and Mrs. J. C. Higgir.both- payment In part or in full on funeral services. Consultation
The School Board owns property west of the an, all of Lawtey, Mrs. Warren E. carries.no obligation. 220 E.WASHINGTON ST. STARKE, FLA.
football field that would make an admirable site Bush of San Antonio Texas; Mrs.
for a new bus barn and warehouse storage area. Harold Higginbotham of Maxville; -
The present barn is far too small for efficient and Mrs. Wiley B- Smith Jack- ,
operation, and is old and in poor condition. It fi-nville; two sons Nathan H. Chevy's done the next best thing to -

js,also.located too faraway from,the_school and Starling and Eugene R. Starling,' paving every road in America!
both of Lawtey; Allen and Leon NOW60: !
does .not' have sufficient parking space for the Starling, of Jacksonville, and Sidney First they threw out the front axle
growing fleet of buses. If a new building were Starling, Raiford; four sisters and put in torsionspring.independent
constructed west of the football field' it would Mrs. Luther Hilliard, Law- suspension. Then they built widebasecoil
also be a good place for classrooms; and workshops tey, and -Mrs- Raymond Suber. rear springs into most light-duty
for the DCT program, driver'training, and. Mrs. Louie Belle Wainwright and models, variable-rate leaf springs haveto into
CHEVROLET heavies. That made it-a ride you
FFA students. Mrs Jasper Ogles ie, all of Jack- feel to believe. A ride that lets youmove
sonville. faster to get more work done in
Now that they are sponsoring recreation
pro- Funeral services were held in a day's time.Brawnier .
grams, the City and County, either, jointly or the Highland Baptist Church at
separately, might be able to buy the USO prop- 2:30 p. Wednesday with Rev. bulldozer build!

erty at a lower price than private concerns could George Chism officiating. Burial I Rh C KS Frames are stronger cabs 67% more "
hope to obtain but a price which would still was in the family plot in the Law rigid. Front wheels and tires are pre-
enable the School Board to erect a consolidated tey Cemetery under the directionof cision-balanced. And that new suspenSion
maintenance and warehouse storage building. If DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home cushions jars and road shock that
.. used to spell slow death for the truck'iWITH
the construction ofmew classrooms could not be
COURT body iind.sheet metal. 0
covered in the purchase price, then a long-term MAYOR'S REVOLUTIONARY
]leaser a nominal figure could be given- to the More comfortable I cabs!
sentenced in
Robert Cooper was
School Board by the. purchaser, permitting use\ Major's Court Monday, to fine, .. Easier to hop in and put of too. Many aawatr,
of some of the smaller rooms in the USO which totaling 27 days after he pleaded TORSIONSPRINGSUSPENSION models are a whole 7 inches lower out
: side. Yet there's more head room inside ,L
are in fact'suitable only as offices or classroomsand ei! !ty to a charge of driving while ." i 1 j plus more width for shoulders ?
not essential as recreation areas. intoxicated and driving without a t and hips. More real comfort! 4

Although the recreation-minded groups may license.In in the !
eight other cases, six person. I Big power department
han J"missed the boat" in not getling
possession forfeited bonds on driving charges, With the industry's mostadvance.i gas-
of the USOjwhen it was up for sale 13 years ago, one case was postponed: and one saving 6's.With high-torque Workmas- .

it might,not yet be too late if we can agree ten age girl did not show up for THAT GIVES ASTONISHING NEW ter V8 performance! in heavyweights.!
that such a facility is vital to the continued trial. She had. been, released on With new 6-cylinder or V8 cower .

progress of this community, and admit that all her word to appear and may be available in L.C.F/S.

worthwhile things; must be paid for and not charged with contempt of court.
eXt More models than ever! ....
The cases and dispositions SHOCKPROOFACTION
pected as handouts. New 4-wheeI-drive models) and tan-

dems and high-styled Suburban Carry- -
alls.It's the handsomest,hardest work-
Stick With It ing Chevy fleet ever to report for duty.
See your dealer soon for a ride! '. .
WHEN : I ! !

Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell has once Anything less is an old-fashioned! ; truck! ., .

again outlined the need for young people of this .
nation to set a high school diploma as their mini- :c, cI

mum goal in education.In YOU

a recent report, Secretary Mitchell indicated -
there are some 46 million students returningtQ

high school and college this year, but there are NEED .

also uncounted thousands who will drop out be- I I
,, .
fore the term is ended. come do so of necessity, .; :

because of the need, for assuming financial obli- 1 : Y A Err
gations in families that have lost the adult pro- MONEY ; :

viders, or in homes that have been split by separation : I .. .
or divorce. We can only sympathize with 1 __________

these young people who are forced to grow up :
before their time by conditions beyond their SEE US 1 r

control. .
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Those who should be pitied the most, however, .
are the ones who quit school l simply because they i __

do not like it, or because they prefer to, flash a : > J _
small weekly pay check in front of their friends _

rather than spend their time preparing for a full- L LOANSIIP: S: _

er and more rewarding life when they have truly

reached adulthood. ..

Government research on the nation's changingjob : TO; HI i, __ .

patterns indicates That getting and holding a. I NI

good.job depends more,and more on the amountof )

training and education a person has. In the I;
words of Secretary; Mitchell: "Two out of every $60&
three experienced workers with a college degree f I bN 1 1t

earn $6,000 or more a year, while only one out of t _
three with a high school diploma makes that -! -

much, and only one out of 14 with just an elementary vk
education gets into the same bracket."

Thest; figures alone should cause many young "Folks Find Us ,

people to reconsider their reasons before droppingout Friendly"

of school and should also give-their parents \
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per, with quarterback Gerald 6 II
Jepson of Baker High edging I
Harvey Tanner in experience.
TALK Tanner played mostly defense last v

I .. sear, but will probably handle .
mcst of the quarterbacking on '\
t'o-way duty this year.

I 1S WALT Junior fullback Sam Gardner
i should be more than a match for
I; letterman s. L. Johns who returns
;I Bradford High's Tornadoes win II'i for Baker High. Johns probably
have their work cut out for them i h:s less experience than Gardner
t when they go against the Baker :' and he can't be expected to put I
High Wildcats in Macclenny this I I his 150 pounds into the line as 0 t tr
1 Friday night. The Wildcats vriil :hard as the local "bull". Gardner I
t be spoiling for revenge against tfjghs 190 pounds and is hard I Is
I the local crew that lobbied them js a rock after a season as number
, "of a perfect season last year. I rne weightman on the track team. S f11AM
The Baker Co;.a Y uoys dropped rie; is also fast for a big man. ;
their opener to BHS by a 14-6 ,I Tanner will have three swift and j i 4 _
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I sroro, but went on to nine conse-' "neer halfbacks; to run the off- :: ; :
cutive v.Ir:: and the championship take slants from the Winged-T I 2 Q; _
, cf the: St Johns! Conference. They IIMInation.I j Johnny Devore Tombo' I
I will ;.:.;o M remembering their I Smith and Richard Dugger were
6-0 i-'.s to the Tornadoes in 1957,!I talented enough to letter as sophomores U DDIVCT ('A NOWV
and they: have plenty of experience I i: last year and they should
their ,be even better with the I
stnirrs: who will give experience
all in this' last chance to even I 1!under their belts. These boys have 1LU I 1. 1 IIL& I tAJ.
stOles with the Tornadoes. !|ill shown ability as pass receivers SELF SERVICE
I Coach Lennard Register's boys I land i should be frequent targets \
1 have been getting lots of wet bail for Tanner and reserve quarterback -
I,' Irwin Martin if the Baker I
I handling experience in practice big '
work so farThe local football i line proves too rough on the FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18th @
field resembles a small lake andh t(!prcund.
"s looked that way most of the : All in all, it looks like a dutch ,
time' '". .chool practice began :1 standoff from the point of returning r I
s ce prc- ,, ,. 8:30 A.M. _Newest FW_ Ciumit4_ _Cr rjt Wj_*
in mid-Aueust. Macclenny is I: lettermen but we look for the .

dose enough' to have felt some of |Tornado spirit to pull a close one = u ._-1fL ____"' Tailored 'iJ I
I the rains that plagued Bradford lout 1 'of the fire in this opening '
County so th.:. game might well 'WJme.Both teams were champions .
go to the team that swims or .fist year, but Macclenny is liableto z-Z-Zip
wades the b .t. find the step up into the>larger HAND !
BHS will sorely miss the Keystone Conference a tough one Fly Front JI Navy I
talents of parted tackle Tom "during the first year. I HOOKED

( :S'allings when it goes against the I i, Black
big Baker Hiih line. The neigh- :i Farm Bureau Plans I _
boring school has returning letter- -.I';
Fish Fry Sept. 26 'LJJ..Z .
, men at every line position except I
guard, and the center tackles are i i extra large
A attendance is expected
:| large I
b'g and mean. Billy Morris, a 210-
'all-confer :.t the annual meeting of the I
pound tackle was an
Bradford Farm Bureau size s "
ence selection in the St. Johnsloop County J ,, .'
at the State Farmers
last year. He will have 198
Market 26. A fish fry Isl I
pound senior Edwin Rewis play- DRESS PRINTS 164.24YH
with to start at .
planned .
him and Raleigh
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will bolster the middle of the line. I Association members, ,' ,, .. .
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talent the Tornadoes will probably i I Bureau are also invited to at- I : 6At. 4 RUGS _, ":
throw tackles John Dodd and tend the big meeting of thte year. DRIP DRY ,.
Allen Crews and center Tom Gay. II President Foster Shi Smith said I 1.n.
Crews weighs in at 180 while let- I a new Board of Directors will be K Jc
terman Dodd is only 165 and Gayis I elected at the meeting to serve 20x30 $ .59 22x44 -- $0.98 r
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cupational licenses for persons Three Factors Prison 'Escapees- Legion Post Plans I Gainesville May Join Danny Kaye Stars In for pine seedlings. and $8 per

Chapge In %Water who distribute and lease such ma- thousand for red cedar seedlings

chines: To Purchase Flags Library Aid UnitThe Musical BiographyDanny f. o. b. nursery.
Should Increase Get Extrp Year
Officially adopted the National School Rooms Champion said that the seedling

And Light Rates Fire Underwriter's Ctde for use %' For. Gainesville City Commission Kaye stars in a new .may be picked.up at the nursery-

Berry YieldSoil A brief. period of freedom for : has approved a plaq to join musical biography to the
by the city fire department; i American Le on.Post 56 votedat. cormng shipped by express. or sent by
with Bradford County in Federal I
'(Continued from Page 61] Approved a contract with engineers five Raiford convicts proved cost- .. its last meeting to buy flags I unit a Florida Theatre this weekend. Florida Forest Service delivery
library aid The agreementmust I
Reynolds, Smith and Hill fumigation, plastic mulch- ly when, they were sentenced In for;, classrooms V in all county I Danny plays the pan of Loring I|truck.

billings of the new rates for studycf to draw up plans and estimated i lug, and a proposed loose-pack are Circuit Court Monday to ac addi- schools., The donations will also now be drawn up and appreyed "Red" Nichols, a famous Jazz I Further informatien and seedling -
their effect on the city's rev- costs for a new well to be drilled the three factors expected by tional year in prison. include 'large outside flags for I by Commissioners and theGaine..rville band leader of the fabulous applications may be obtainedby
F.card of
enue 'structure.The near the new city water tank. The Bradford County strawberry growers The five wiUra sixth man who BUS, and Starke Elementary.Membership I twenties who dropped out of sight I j contacting County Agent G. T

minimum gas rate discus- Council will call for bids on both to step up production here escaped from a State V Road Department Chairman Buddy group. :at the peak of his musical fame. 1 Huggtns or Farm Forester Don

F.on was triggered by an ordi- 12 and! 19 inch wells; nrxt spring. Camp at Doctor's.Inlet,, I The Bradford Board set asidea : Singing dancing and clowning. :

noDce submitted by City AttorneyA. Heard a delegation of ministers County Agent G- T. Huggins entered pleas of guilty to escape I I Bishop announced that the Post I one half mill appropriation for Danny comes from the country II j I Champion. .

J. Thomas, Jr. The ordinance promise to have a member of the said! yesterday that heavy rains charges when arraigned before: has already, ', received dues from I,I the library this year in order to I ith his cornet and eventually .--. .. -. -

vas suggested by the firm of ministerial alliance attend all of the past two weeks had slowed Judge G. I*. Patten. The sixth I more than 220-members.- The 1960 qualify if for the federal aid program .b. lds up a tend composed. of -"- -
Pearce, Garrison and Wulbern. future meetings of the Council; down berry-setting activity in man James Ray received the! membership drive has a goal of I but the county was too :such great names as Glenn Miller

Tvhich last week purchased $425- Approved extension of a six inch some instances, but expressed belief same sentence. I 260 dues-paying members, and aU .Trail] to qualify by itself and was I B"nny Goodman and the Dorsey Terwiflegar'sUSED

COO in revenue bonds from the water main down Colley Road to :: that total acreage set out here The Raiford escapees all] -of(, who have not forwarded their dues: forced to reach an agreement with :brothers. He (leaves the music field

city and by the city's consuttinspnginters. Fcuth Gate Replat at an estimatedcost 'this fall will be a considerable increase whom were captured within a: are urged to do so. Plans are I Gainesville which employs a I suddenly when his young daughter -I

It called for minimum{ of $2,200; over last season's estimated couple of days after their bid for: already under'way for the annual: trained librarian. If the Gaines- I becomes seriously ill.

rates of '$10 per month for commercial Decided to ask the city auditor 1Y5. Huggins said that plants for freedom, were Rdbert Moore,i membership dinner. Oct. 13, atw'jich ville-Bradford agreement is worker I Kaye is assisted by Barbara Bell

users and $5 per month fcr hi? opinion of an $11.000 cash retting'are in good supply and Richard 'Buffington< Hervey Lea-: i Dept. Commander Larry ; out all federal funds will be Gedes [the only woman in Nichols'

for domestic users. register and billing machine, and that growers still have about four gue, James Steelman and Gary Hoffman will be the principal I.. administered for this county by life Bob Crosby, Louis Armstrongand

The ordinance also would have ?,sk; the consulting engineers if weeks before it is too late to set. Whitehead. AH were recapturedin I speaker. the Gainesville librarian. other top musicians.

called for a $5 or $10 fee to disconnect -I th? purchase money was available Huggins estimated that at least Bradford County Another escapee I, Tentative plans call for using
The next regular meeting will
and connect the gas service ivom the natural gas contingencyfund 40 per cent of Bradford growersare Marvin C. Henrys, who I tbe Gainesville bookmobile for Purchase DeadlineFor
. for persons who would use it be Sept. 22. All members are tvyo-days-a-week service in Brad- I
: fumigating the soil in which walked away irom an honor squadat :

oily for heating purposes during Ii Decided to trade for a new they! will set berries this fall. Ex- the new' prison constructionsite urged by Commander Seeber ford County. Pine SeedlingsThe CAR

the winter months.V check writing machine rather :erience .in the past few seasons several weeks ago, has not Goodman to attend and partici- '

After a lengthy discussion, the than repair the old one. bis proved that fumigating to been' recaptured. pate planning for the upcoming CARD OF THANKSTo deadline for ordering pine
to change i \. Prevatt Mrs. ThompEOn. seedlings from the Florida Forest
attorney instructed Mrs. -
was control nematodes "pays off in Five other Raiford inmates are Legion Fair, expansion and improvement V
the minimum rates to $1.75 for steppedup production, the agent i Mrs. Martinez Dr. T. G. Service nurseries is OcL 1, Farm
Felix Sapp To Head awaiting trial to Circuit Court on of the trailer park. L11-i
commercial and domestic Bradford County Forester Don Champion remindedthe
fcoth .said. Cost of fumigating is less attempted charges. Sam- Ritch. and the
\T'ers, and the fee for turning off ACS Another YearFelix than $25 an acre and can easily Tie' Kovner, Frederick Frank Beck grounds improvement and Cub Hospital staff, we owe our heart public yesterday. To be sure

the gas at $2. There will be no fee be handled by .the farmer himself A. R. Walker. Jr.. Donald Allen Scout sponsorship. !I felt thanks for kindnesses shown of acceptance, orders should be in

for turning! the gas on again. Sapp of the Heilbronn without outside help or elaborate Fcnner and Miles Kubat will be Refreshments will be served loa during her illness. May God the hands of the Florida Forest
I IfollOing
Mayor W. T. I Billy Jackson community was re-elected chair-, t'
proposed the $2 cutoff fee on the '. ncn: of the Bradford County estimated that fumigating steps makes escape or attempted escape program. ham family.- --The price is still $4 per thousand

theory that "We want to sell gas Acricultural Stabilization Committee up berry production at least 30 percent a felony. -

-not have it cut off. We can encourage according to announce- ., and pointed out that four : Kovner will also be tried on a FOR bed SALE$tO. -Record.N>w Cabinet Holly wofKi Jj. Solid double -

people to leave it on by ment this week by Mrs. Mildred extra crates of berries would pay charge of possessing a simulated Sell It Rent h Trade chairs nuhogany! dining table U ; 4 dining

charging a cutoff fee, but we don'twent ', lapp county office manager for for fumigating an acre of ground. pistol. which is also a felony. J>oat. I'liz hone ea Granite Alov 5-5 11':ui runabout, Santa

to charge them anything' to' the local ASC group. Huggins said that Ossie Cason, ICLKP._ Up
turn it on again." I' Other regular committeemen experienced Bradford farmer who I'Father '89 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ,__ 'I.2s Per lack Krrt' fBMrtlM91M .'Olt SALE I Avery V Tractor

In other business. the Council: re-elected were Chester Andrews has grown berries for 50 years is Says PEa INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED OKK OR MORE TIMES and equipment IZ:I1. u. JI GrUIls.on .
Passed an ordinance calling for I Il'f New River. and Clyde Cone of fumigating for the first time this < ';n"t' "P.J'fl.'n '.11>>11%, It.,
Him CARDS Of THANK (r. T. MOVER Wsrd.J ___ aM
.$10 occupation! licenses for persons Bnjoker. New members elected as M WORDS 4 cI..s per W.... MAX WANTS PART TIME \\OKK SPECIALS
who buy and use pin ball alternates were J. B. Whitehead. ytar.The *, to 8 oeiungs. all day Saturday
Lonnie farm agent reported a considerable WRXOIUAUI AHPWftHTHI RFlOItTTJO"a! _______ ._u__ 4 r..,. .... -." \'rll Lox &r<-u. Marke. FIa.it
and Crawford.The
:.machines or juke boxes in their : interest on the part of Assault to murder charges were

:;own establishments, pad $250 oc- committPtmen will assume :berry growers in changing over filed against two local brothers, 50 OR t.BSJI.! ttwf tmrttm Mtaf I... ("IIuln' __. __ .n FOR traebvrrplants SALE !FLORIDA; rrdy: to "M.-I.:90'

to a loose-pack operation in marketing one 15 years old, after they alkgedly Ern *nniTM>!WAi, WORD OVER siS --_______ ___e. 4. p., W'"' U.>larkle%* ptr l.Owu. E. A. .',',rman. at
their berries next spring. ] beat their 89-year-old Starling farm. ZIp 9/24

1 I The advantages of this method are father with pieces of stovewood on *% DISCOFMT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SANK! AD FOR SALE:> EQUITY IN 2 UEDKOOM 1949 Pontiac
Labor ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID lit ADVAC concrete block: home near
tnat it cuts labor cost gets berries Day. .
vchvvl ,
I, new Canj: %;,;
to the market in better James Hornsby. 85, was found .:_u _. I
; condition -
zip y/-i
ft;ft ft SE3T: and is favored by the shopper alongside SR 16 tne same alter- WE HAVE anew loan program for
farmers. Loans .of I to 6 years KOIl KENT King"ley Lake 5 $$75.00
Huggins declared. He said a roon by a neighbor and taken to for th.'.entire credit requirement room unfurnished! house light and
tr? w.. ;iu pAr IGJiT meeting will be held later this Bradford County .Hospital. His of tbe fanner and his family :-It,,,,,, noun S0MQOUAUTT !*au-r. :2: acres ground. Also 2 roomurn.t.hed
Oaftteevjfle Production Credit fAfTJsoNAiu cabin. light, water and
fall to decide definitely on this f .ce and head were bruised and Association. (29 forth Main. ", al!. Icasonabl I'hvne LE 3-2781
...A, J''I'Z 'ti l chinge of policy, as well as other Gainesville. Fla. tfchADIO & rnca HPf'Oll
,.. ... cut.Sheriff's
A .A FtUJ' 2\. matters affecting the marketing deputies said ,Hornsbytold i '* REPAIRED WINKLER ELECTRIC SALE KUKXISHEU cottage 1949 DeSotoTUDOR

H 'C,, H.'7'....... v-. \ W cf berries here next spring. them the argument developedever AU lUke* AO .... 't v Heilbrvnn. Springs. See: J. T. Qui -
UuMAbto Charge .. SERVICE lie/III
.ON some butter beans be had
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Huggins said the first experiment -
*:< FJI.snl' with the new plastic been selling, V !-... Greca RADIO, Owser* TV 234 N. Temple Starke KUKNISHED A}'.\RTM FXT. 2-room
tnrk warrants his 412 E.'C.H 81. Pbvne WO 4- eiStarke PHONE WO 4.4Q81 iMitatbath.: Lights; and water, fur
. mulching will be started on the, He signed against ..... nished. U 12 week-T. U Kirchaine.
Ned Coleman farm southeast of: two sons, Wilbur and Elmer the WANTED BT .1.-: Kpt'Tson Sf $95.00

i ,g Ar T9 ; Starke later this week. The plastic rxt day and they were arrested COLONIAL FLORIST EXPERIENCEDPainters and drj FOR SALE: -11I.t'! Voice ..f Music
mulch has been used with fete that evening. They had been Only Flowers F. T. D. Florist in Starke. wall work by hour or by the Job I'honograph.. Krg. Sll'"' NOW
any place. Contact Jack Houser at J & J "I.t! :; at Hfl.f.rvOTOVS Itcbe
earlier for investigation
picked up alt
much success in the Miami area, occasionslocajly. Phone Builders for Information. Guaranteed
but were released the morning WO .111.. SOS East Nona St. tfchg work. ROOMS. CARPORT BATH Re-
the ad-
Hugging said and has
:* 'fr nudrlmir.: No money down. FinanceISi14hl 1951 Chevrolef
vantage of being economical to 'before their father,signed the FOR' :RENT-Furnished apart .. PallVO 4-4471 U'I p 1S3O::
i ; tir' and helping to control weeds. warrants. .* ? ments." Reasonable rates. Near
shopping center. Phone FOR SALE: Large electric rollaway
Wilbur Hornsby has ,been released WO 9-2011 FORDOR
("t' WO 4-5134 or call at 213 S. Men's Leather floor fan. $30. Lawn mower. heavy
Camera Club Planned from jail on a $3.000 property Cherry.: St. (Shell 011 Co. OffIce; built. electric power, 140.J.. T.uigley. .

k-f.* 2-:? 2'J bond but'his brother is still tfchg cor. Cherry & Madison.lI..hlr $145.00

c Recreation,Director Bob Benner in jail under. a bond of the same FOR RENT-Klngsley Lake effi-, HALF SOLES

tl- ..( announced' plans 'this week to amount.; # t: T ,clod r-r 'month.apartment. -Call or WO rottagp-4-5011 by C.week' if.Naeworthy. I WANTED and -bookkeeper.EXPERIENCED Phone Secretary Keyetons --
!' Height 4105 or writ* P O.
form camera club for adults of tfchg
( a 1.50 upMen's Rox 254: Keystone heights Jlcht 10 1
i t8/1i"g" the community who are interestedin County Agent ,Backs
learning how to take pictures. 'Soil Test Program Rubber .;as range. Excellent condition I
tc HOWAR1 KEEL Benner said an organizational & UPHOLSTERY WORKS May Je seen at (24 X. Church St.

meeting win be held Sept. 28 at County Agent George Huggins 710 Lemon St PaUika HEELS Up HI
the Chamber of Commerce building '- 85C $$195.00
PATRICE ftUNSELsptcial mid this week that soil testing for Furniture CUSTOM MADE IJH.PES.Y.mr
at 8 p.m. He said the club tobacco has Repaired Uphol- :nAlrial or mine. Aim upholsterywork !
the coming season
stered & RefinishedMATTRESSES done. Call Mr?. Howard Tu.er .-};-
ould be open for beginners and been set back by recent rains, but Keystone! Heights. Phone 4274trhr : .

guests persons who already have started he said the":'testing was needed REBUILTNew Extra < lOS

LOUIS PRIMA t KEELY SMITH taking movie and still pictures but and urged farmers to resume the Innersprings Special FOK cENT -3 bedroom house large, 1950 Buick

: .. would like to be able to do a bet- program as roon as their' 'land and Box Springs v..rd by park. K II Cru..". 341 N
Water St Starke Up
hosl :ir job. dries. Drop Us a,Card or Call HALF SOLES and

ROBERT CUMMINGS Benner and C. of C. Director He said' a five-county meeting '-PALATKA. -.'EA 5-91 C8 FOR h('*!'e KENT 409 S.-Cherry SMALL St.FURNISHED Mrs. R. R. $$295.00

Rbert Mcintyre will ser e as instructors 0: county agents would be h l lciln, STARKE WO 4-5954: .\,"r..w.. rt 1 f4't rtrooher UpFOR
Gainesville 28 to. 'discuss 2.00
6:00 to 9>30 P. M. USTUM STANDARD T"" for the shutterbug Sept. MRS. I'EGGY SHALLE2, Starke, RENT -- 4 room unfurnished -
group. Mclntyre has offered the plans! for elerating the'soil apartment. Phone WO 4-4194 ltrhgFOr

use of the C. of C. darkroom and te ts. Fertilizer companies win AJeIII
RENT 2 bedroom fu.rniihmdhonee
proudly I prttcnttd by 1954 Ford Sta.
their to the meeting. Ucbg STARKE'SSHOE
I equipment to persons who wish to and agents vith carport and lance utility
.I{ UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION and the fertilizer mien have agreed room. For couple or with, infant
'' progress into the realm of de-
UuUUtJt REPAIRING child. Inquire 733 X Thompson St.
veloping! and printing their own to aid in taking the tests.V Hug- LARGE HOWE "..hI!:
gins said an test results would FOR SALE-:-Colonial-type house $$695.00
pictures. 4")) rooms. living rnx, family rm., 123 S. Walnut St. WANTED TO RP.XT.droom
come back to the county agent'foranalysis dining, rm., sun_parlor; located N. furnished fu>ii!.! In nice neighborhood -
of the soil needs.. The WalnUt St. choice residential area; Phone Mr. Shawver. W R G.p -
dose to business section schools, Across from Park Theatre w. ._ .nn, ftn
their responsibilities for the new analysis provided the Urther- churches Lot extends-depth of entire ,
of Florida only indicates the block. Will sell partly famished FOR RENT Bedroom with kitrh.nprlv
year starting Oct. I, 1959, and sity
if desired. Contact owner, Mrs. H. !!se!>. Reasonable Call }frIO. 1954 FordPick'p
serve through Sept. 30 1960. amount of various chemicals B.,McLendon. 3029 Westchester Orlando USED CASH REGISTERS For rrfrewji!' at :Masrnolia Hotel tf.-bzFOfXD
Duties of County ASC Committeemen found in the soil and does not Fla.. or Inquire Bradford Sal?. Van H. Priest 5 and $1.0
County Telegraph. tfchg Store J uhg JJ7; Sent 10. small Makmat" .
consist, principally of recommend changes for producing Corker. 2 mi .-.t r'f !"IIrk.f" .
policy and decision-making functions better crops. V FOR RENT: OR SALE3 bedroom )...-rr call0 4-3401 betweep l lCARPENTER II $$695.00
bntirnished house at 380' N. Cherry 1'o
said soil TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES madeto
in theadministration of farm The county agent St. Rent reasonable. Floyd Green
trder. Mrs.
Peggy Shaller 203
programs dealing with farmers. tests for lime content should be Adkhia. phone WO 45334. tfchg phme0:: 9-2942. tfchg WORKREMODELING.

They are responsible, on the coun- taken once every 'tour or five I

; f c y level, for'the proper operationof years but testing for fertilizing Lake.Fornisbed Inquire House at for Greyhound Rent on Silver Bus apartments.FOR RENT 1-7- room Three, 1-3 unfurnished room and ADDITIONSTILE 1955:: ; Ford Pict'i'p
such programs! as price support purposes should'be done ,at least Station. tfchg room.located.Utilities: Reasonable.;furni&hed.Phone Centrally WO

acreage allotments, marketing once each year.and preferably before *.%011 or after 5 p. m. WO 4-5134 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED;

quotas, the Agricultural Conservation each crop is planted. J4CKSOf3 Has one!lot of BCILDISG used a.Gmhn..m StPPLT.roofIng or call at 211 S. Cherry St. tfchg $$795.00

Program, farm storage, in excellent condition. it will be FOR SALE-Farmall Cub Tractor JIMMY: RICKS. Jr.
suld on first come first serve basis. aid equipment. Inquire Gene R 421 N. st. lair Ph. WO 9-2331
facility loans, the wool and sugar Hearing ScheduledFor Also used and new pipe all sixes in Starling, Rt J, Box 187. Lawtey.3tn -
programs, and the Soil Bank. both black and gal van tied. All kindscf ,-24DEVN
Juvenile Charged pipe fittings plumbing fixtures,
County ASC Committeemen are rhannel iron, angle iron and steel: RHODEN NURSERY HOME ATTENTION WOMEN 1955
h-1na fide farmers elected from With Tractor TheftA ptate. Lumber. paint and hardwareof -Good care for your child. Fairrates. PlymouthSTATION
who aliklads. Special on MY" groove Phone0 .-:;031, 1126 N.tf.hg. Without any experience yni ran
vnong their own number are plywood panels !\ inch 4'Xg' We Th"'YIf'!">n.
DtJE ATURES t?king part,in one or more of the hearing was scheduled in Juvenile buy and sell nw and used building earn money for your; Chrlstman' WAGON
material of every description FLOniDA 90 shopping by selling AVON
farm Court (Thursday] for a 13- STRAWBERRY CO.S-
programs in and look around. Yard In
"As usual you win the argument, Dear But don't you The ASC office in Bradford year-old Negro boy from Keystone rear Drop of Big Dad factory or call noW'PLAfNTS Ned for C.rale.Coleman.Ready GriffuIxop to set J1ETICS in your \1cWty. Write:

*think it about time that we see Starke Builders SupplieS County has headquarters in the Heights who is charged with larceny (WO Viames.4-4001' and ask for Bob V :2lp 9-17 Ouida gweat, P. O. Box 510, Lite $$695.00inrnr

Inc. for Oak Oak. Fla.
; office of the Agricultural Extension of a tractor.; FOR SALE-Stnw'berry plants. Fla.
The- boy is charged with taking LARGE STORAGE SPACE For 50>. L. P. Starling. Heilbronn
Service with Q. T. Huggins rPnt ran WO 4-5934 Uchg Springs. Inquire at El 11 HtddiKh'p
Agent. the tractor*from the Keystone Sfor. :2tp '.1,
as County
golf course property last Friday. reconditioned like new.-Can for and SALfS LADY WASTE!*-Must b.. 1flO:: rora Pick'pLIKE
NO He was arrested Friday by Deputies delivered. Phone WO 41441. Calvin experienced. Good pay. Nick's Fruit Our large home at 337 N. Walnut

MONEY DOWN RILEY SWEAT Dolph Reddish 'and D. R- Johns.. tfchg S...... !tn .11 q.Three This or is four a wonderful large bedrooms place to live.plus NEW .

"KS'OTERS Redding, about'a mile, from the FOR- SA.LES "BEDROOM HOtSE. ATTRACTIVE BARGAINSModsrn IS* x 30" living room with fireplace
IT x 15' dining room; ir x 39" Florida
Eclf;; course. Large living room. combination dining *
V home. air conditionand O" family room; 12 ;x: Ii' kiuh-
and kitchen. bath. C3I >? masonry
Repair Reddish said the boy had run Cherry st. Phone WO 4-8391. central heat. paved street, large en. Large lot thru to Clark St $$1195.00BUY
.I the tractor against an oak tree V. 3tp Sill lot. Price 114.200.00. I5.50J down, Large ind azaleas.carport; pecan tree, camellias
Only 3 blocks to Post
i.O month.
and had buried its wheels in the per iffice and everything downtown.

Add Rooms --- Carport sand in an effort to get V it free. FOR 'RENT 2 BEDROOM nnfnrnisned Two bed room frame home, beantl-! Very reasonably priced at below
apti 2(3 W. Madison. See fnl grounds close In. Price $19.500.- 9ubd'ision! hou* .
"He was just sitting there Jlnrmr 'Moore. ,at. Gulf Station next 00. JJ.500.00 down. Balance 189.00 Will accept moderate down pay- NOW and
watching the ,wheels spin, whenwe door. tfchg per month. ment or will take your present
Bath Room 9 borne In trade or will trade for .
$ found him. Reddish said. FOR RENT 2 PEDROOM modern Two apartment house three nice acreage or timber land.
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES The boy ,was released later, thesame house, circulating heater on Kings- lots facing City Park. Price 15,600.-
ley Lake ,Winter.rales..See Mrs. H. eo. ) SAVE !
) day: In custody of-his- par C 'Bpnr.. .t -IRkDV 3 t'hg Rt. 2. Bx :Z69, rb.>* 113: ..rgTZSWIOV ,
.. Lake dry FUrlda
ents. Three bed room frame house large
FOR RENT\. -Unfurnished small lot paved street, an ideal bay at tfchg
The farm type.tractor belonged
Time To Re-roof PWJse'rea, of store building at $:?."0 ,09.Modern '
to Southern Nurseries, a Tif ton. 321 .Temple *Ave. Contact Mrs.
I wish to thank the citizens r Maude Mott at McCarthy's Garage, and new untry home latest FIRMSHKD: RENTALS TERS7ILLEGARMOTORS\
that is
Ga. regrassing
company e_ -J U. 4Pi'rd' | Rd_- tfchg ,
Starke for the confidence shown 1 cnnTenienceB.about 1V4 years old.
the Keystone gtU course..iW about six acres of fenced and Improved Apartment 3H mile South of Starke
:n me by re-electing me Chief ol r FLORIDA V 9. STRA WHERRYFLA..V1'S grounds. Price $14.500.00Two and Modern frame house 4 miles
STARKE BUILDERS .- Xorth of Stark Both facing U. S.
rolice in the recent City ElectionI for .ale John MaryarLt. .
Kt mL of bed frame house :01. only. no Inside pets.A.
2. Box 3 North room on pared -
am deeply grateful for'yow r ; ,C T..U. 'U..lr. _. r. H 1. 't.. .11 street. Near Soutbside Elementary J. THOMAS. REALTOR
vote and support and win continue School. Price |t,0 > arr u
FOR SALE-I gallon Jugs, ie each SvO.eo down balance $50.00
to serve you,in this capacity r THE CHRISTIAN' GROUND FOB Case included. Florida Theatre. month. per St. frM'T..L O.WO afr 4-5701 C..rt Hvatc) Honest Dependable

,SUPPLIES Inc. to the best of my ability. I ohr
Sincerely 1ST CORINTHIANS S16 art IT' FOR SALE-Comoletely reconditioned MS: Trnpte Are. ,
RILEY SWEAT. SK IIP Kvinrnde. "Call WO _t. ft urn r.*afr CVrarl !!...*' Iv. Pr&.wn' r>rriK ratioo. in Olw.n
4-9SS4. or Keystone 4:74. Itchg TeL "0&-1el bldg. 22* S. Walnut St. 2tcbg >-17 ...
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I also the fact that they knew the I I the Troop Leader. spending several weeks with Mr. ,..........."""...." ......,,.., where Kathy will attend Stetson rresid itt. Ellen Scott: Vice-pre

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS family. The McDonnell's lived in"" PersonalsMrs. and Mrs- Harold Sutton and chil University. sident. Barbara Whitehead.: secre-
Keystone several years ago in the ;> Bill Lee will be leaving: ina dren. Mrs. Sutton is another of :; MELROSE Miss Kate Webb went to Jacksonville faiy. Connie Formy-Duval: Trea-
By Mary K. Schaeffer house now occupied by the Char- j few days for a visit with her Mrs. Fitzpatrick's daughters. The last week to take part in s rer. Willie Smith: Serseant-at-
I"? Tolfords. Mis. McDonnell was only sister Mrs. Thomas Booth- !-i'zpatricksent home by plane By jvyce Roibbammer6Uau..uAu.jtaauuAAAA tie wedding of a friend Miss Arms. John Mathews Those in
very active in P. T. A. and other i' '!Tan and her husband. Mrs. Lee Mr. and Mrs George Schaefferand Heather Gordon. I|I ti' 7th are: President. Heidi Chi-
Woman's Club Plans Year's Work I Palm, Trees Snap Back civic affairs. They now reside in will fly from Jacksonville to New daughter Mary Ann had dinner Clarence Mann is in the Veteran's I aplni'icePusi; : ent, Bob Ford.Treasurer. .
The Executive Board and the I,I Lucky thin; for Willia Ray, Interlachen. }I York then continue by plane to with the Ed Whitehead family Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman of Cocoa ''' Louise Barber Secre-
Board of Directors of the Key- Jacksonville Negro that the palm ; Happy Hour Playschool In Session t tI ;Glasgow Scotland, and from there in Melrose on Sunday evening.Mrs. Beach visited Mrs. Hoffman's Hospital in Lake City. ;
stone Heights Woman's Club helda I i trees in the front of Mr. Sam Hol- i I Mrs. Gordon Adams' Happy I v Manchester England, where Lydia Few left by train last parerts, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires Duplicate Bridge 't'!"-", E. JBeck..
Work Shop meeting on Tuesday J-..d'5 house wee supple. It seems I Hour Piay School opened on Sept. 'he will be met by Mr. and Mrs. weekend for her home in Helena. I hst 'sreekMri Winners of the Melrose Dupli- TRINITY EPISCOPAL
morning Sept. 8 at 10 o'clock, in that Willie was coming into Keystone 1. with an enrollment of 24. Mrs.| Boothman. Mr. Lee will not accompany Arkansas after spending the summer I ;. Austin Henning of Tampa cate Bridge were: 1st. Mrs. Alice j jKrtchum i i CHURCH. MELROSERev.
the Club House. ; at a merry clip, and couldn'ttop Adams thinks she has room for) his wife, but will stay with her son's family Mr. ;i re en tly visited her sister, Mrs. J. and I\Irs. Helen Phelps: M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar
In the absence: of the President, .: his car soon enough to keep I two more children and if anyone!i ;p Keystone lo take care of his and Mrs. Bill Few and children. 10. N'oore. Lnd. Mrs. Herb Nelson and Mrs. Sunday-10 a. m.. Sunda';
Mrs- Marie Crosby presided at the frrm biting a car in front of him I and Mis. St. Amour and Edith Larson! : 3id. Mrs. Mary
tires? : to get his child enrolled various businesses.It Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardin Betty son. :School; 11:15 a. m" Morning
meeting. At the conclusion of the tii tt was making a right turn so ne should do so immediately. The.I seems natural to see Mr. Axel four sons from Aiken. S. C. have Joel, of Lon Beach Calif have Cook and Miss Sallie Mansfield; Prayer: and Sermon Holy( ComMunion -
meeting the ladies enjoyed sand- he "took to tne trees"-mowing beys and girls in this school not i Malmgren back at work in his been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. movad into Mrs. Ernie Howard's 4th. Mis. Bee Cooper and Mrs. each first Sunday]: 7..it)
virhes and tea and coffee. The down two and coming to rest on : honst. Mrs. St. Amour is Mrs. Dell Kjle.School .
only hate fun. but they learn so ; vard after being gone for nearly Warren. p. m Young People meet
Committee Chairmen will report toe thh d. While Ray Chance was j many things to help them become I tour months on a grand tour of Little 'Miss Linda Creel and |Howard's daughter. !' NewsOfficers Holy Days-10 a. m., Holy Com-
or. their plans to Mrs. Watkins at giving; Willie a ticket for driving ]I wtll-adjusted. II the United States. He visited Miss Myra Montjoy, of Aiken. S. ;< MnsLong from Pittsburgh. Pa. of the 8th grade are: iminion.
the next meeting. without{ a lIcense. some of Willie'slrit'nds I Somebody Goofed mends and relatives in California C.. have been house guests of Miss; is spending the winter with Mrs.H. .
Committee Chairmen for the arrived and they helped i Several people have asked us Arizona. Oregon Washington Carol Ann Waren for three days. A.. Barnett.
I rw3DAY
1359-60 season will be: Mrs. Helen straighten the trees and get the this' past week just why were Earli State Idaho Minnesota. Illinois CoL and Mrs.: David Nelson are Mrs. John Webb had as guests
Wallcnius, House Chairman; Mrs. : far to moving.! Mr.and Mrs. Holland I Cherry Bill Beam, Frank Harris i' and Maryland. He saw many of I visiting their daughter and son- last week her mother. Mrs. S- W. WEEKEND AT
Hazel McKay Social Activities; are thankful that no one Billy Wolf, Charlie McGlave, etc., the interesting places in the | Hzh; lower and her sister. Mrs.
Mrs. Eloise; Cook Program Chair- was hurt. and that Willie didn't :i on the Keystone Woman's Club including the Grand west'l Continued' On Pare Eight ] i Sara Beck, of Jacksonville.

man; Mrs. Alma Frost. Member- I drive his car through their front Executive Board? That, of course, traveled over 15.000 miles mostlyby Mrj.: and Mrs. Charles P. Nelson ,
nip; Mrs. Mae Henderson, Finance :'O ch. i I was an error: it was the Executive train. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I and laughter Betty Ann. returned ELLINOR VILLAGEIN
Chairman Mrs. Marie Former Residents In The News I HEIGHTSJ. : last week after the
; Board of the Keystone Heights II i People in Keystone Heights are KEYSTONE spending
Crosby. Legislation; ; Miss Cleva We were interested in the article I P. T. AWe apologize, and at the :: iaopy to welcome Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith, pastor. Raipn : summer in Maine. I DAYTONA BEACH

Carson, Historian; Mrs. Fern in the Sunday paper about Mr. i same time we are glad to know Albert Whitmore who recently Copeland Minister of Music and j{ MrsKeith Miner and daughter.: '
Hinson I end! Mrs.\ George McDonnell and that so many read our column. I purchased the Francis Clark home church organist. Kathy: of Clark. Goto visited Mrs-1 i
; Mrs. Sara McDonald -
[George. Jr. and their pet turtle I P. T. A. To Hold Initial Meeting !on Keystone Lake. The Whit- Services: Sunday School 9:45: 1"rnie=: Howard enroute to Deland 50
Gardens; Mrs. Irene Daw- ..Sherman. Not cnly was it of in- The Keystone Heights Parent- : mores, who are old friends of Mrs. I a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ,. --- i I $
eon, Health and Welfare: and tncst to our children because I Teacher Association will hold its Anna James, have lived in Gainesville Training Union, 7 p. m. Eveningservices
Health Facts
Mrs. Mary K. Schaeffer:: Publicity. they: study Biology at School but i first meeting of this school year ,. and other parts of Florida. 8 p. m. FOR 4
at the Auditorium this evening!I I Bob and Marilyn Fiertz and "Make church worship a family
Thursday Sept. 17. at 7:30. It is ,their daughter Pammy recent affair. IIENKFITS OF SPINALADJUST3IFy1T3 176 of 6S0 units

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE hoped that every family will be, K"vstone residents, are currently ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL I Sept. 1 .De e 31
reoresented. I I.living in Chagrin Falls Ohio CHURCH. KEYSTONE "Under spinal adjustment. Amt
Men's Women's, Children's, Clothing:; & Shoes This year-the method of room- !I which Marilyn describes as a very Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, VicarSunday7:30 Disewes' are cut short, and chronic -: Yv say ch. ount will be altered. Parents arriving -i old and quaint village. They are Com out .. lot* at i P.M. Sunday oyonj"v-nd the COlt of your '
Holy dbiea< which have
a. m. + ies! recover
PtlVATl VILlA Is wily $13.50 to Kit whole wt ktn at the meeting will registerat ftill! lonesome for Keystone I
munion; 9:30: a. m., Sunday I been believed to be incurable." i I
Keystone( Heights Lucite Foster, Owner the door for each child's room. fiends, she says. School; 9:30 a. m.. Morning Prayer I A. A. Gregory M.D., ELLINOR VILLAGE HAS THESE EXTRA FEATURES .
fllis will save a lot of time and : Recent guest:: of Mr. and Mrs. and Sermon (Holy Communioneach I QkIahomaI I
rhorten the meeting-time apprecioly -;:Sam Holland were their grand- first Sunday]; 6:30 p. m.' City.Spinal I} 1. M.lo C./HJw CO",.. .H..lity Attraction w

leaving more time for refreshments i r.l1Jghter-in-lau- two daughters Young People meet. 'i i adjustments have proved (*. ... P.tt 14 of *..). Night Club f
and good conversation. Dedra and Renee, from Ash- beneficial for the following condition -| G
., New Subdivision Holy Days-7:30 a. m., Holy S A"T""is C.vrf* Shvffbboard f FMS
Chamber Of Commerce News I[I'ourn. Ga.George. Communion. even after other meth'
ON The next Chamber of Commerce 'I Schaeffer and son David ods'have failed: For additional informationfill ffF
Meeting will be held in the Clay and f Ed Whitehead who lives in I.f COMMUMT1 CHURCH Bursitis Rheumatic Neuritis : in this coupon.
Electric Conference Room at 8:00p : : Melrose, were members of an KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Heart --B-l-0-..
IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone LakeNear m., Monday Sept. 21. ',ver-night fishing party at Ma- Albert C. Holt, MinisterMrs. Migraine ELUNOR VILLAGEhePW9.
Trouble Liver Trouble Asthma
The agenda will include a report f tanzas Beach last weekend. There J. L Hethtrinjton :
Keystone Heights on the results of the Southern were five men and five boys about Organist and Choir Director N en'oO'iDe5.- I Hooch Florida .
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School 9 m. Morn- I For further Information Contact Doytona I
d GOOD; SANDY BEACHESNice Regional Water Ski Tourna- David's age. They all went for fun Sunday a. i
t nt and a discussion of the possibility I and fish. They had the fun, but ing Worship 10 m. during! July t I
Shade Large Lots of attracting clean-type very few fish. and August.: Dr. H. G. Bollinger AM... Aa
? $2,275 TO $2,575 '.dust ry to tile Keystone Area. Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smith at- "i':rce, I
20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY This discussion will be led by His ended a Bible Study Conference St. Wflliam'i Catholic Chapel Chiropractic Offices +r -

S. E. M KAY REALTOR Honor Mayor Beasley.C. in Panama City from Tuesday Keystone Height 426 N. Walnut St. !
f -- A. P. Family Night t through Friday of last week. Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. Phone WO <4-2881< Starke .

Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 The C. A. P. Cadets will hold aFamily Mr. and Mrs. James Cook were Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. or 1
Granite 5-2968 Night on Monday, Sept. 21, in Miami last week attending the Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. 728 E. UniversityPhone I
Melrose Phone
at 7:30: p m. in the Skytel at the funeral' of a l life-long friend Mr. Confessions before all Masses 6-S2SS GataesvUto
Keystone Airport. All parents of Herbert Gerspacher. While' they Baptisms, marriage and instructions .. 20 Yean_Experience I I -I
cadets all members-of the Senior 'were still lri Miami:MrS. Cook rereived bv anpointmeat. s .' .. .
group:, and their families and all a phone call telling her of '"
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those interested in the C. A. P.j,the death of her brother Mr.
are invited to attend. 'Theodore Olds, in Detroit, Mich-
-2-3-4 Who Are We For igan. Friends of the Cooks are

( t1I ;a IIII The following young.ladies have sorry for the sadness that has Fluff
been selected as Cheer Leaders for I come to them. WASH Dryer
tIle Keystone Heights teams Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nelson from
( t 1 Sporting events this school year. Ottawa Ohio, arrived by plane I PLENTY PARKING SPACE!
t 1 They are: Nancy Sutton Barbara !last week to spend four days with
: Ann Wheeler, Diane Brokas Mary Mrs. Nelson parents Mr. and 25' 10c
Ann Schaeffer, Reba Hall Roberta Mrs. A. G. Loudon. They left for
I It
Sibley, Cheryl Cherry Carol nome on Sunday.Mr. .
Campbell, and Nancy O'Connor. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon
Nancy O'Connor, being the smallest visited Mrs. Loudon's son and
t I
1 will be the mascot of the family. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Brice
Cneer Leaders team. in Bronson Fla.. last Saturday.Mrs. .
So come on put and help these Don Pangborn is feeling GRAND OPENING !
girls cheer the boys to a touch- some better after being ill for
down or two. We are not sure as some time. She spent six days in
//2r pI to the date of the first game. Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville<< ,
CHURCH NEWSCommunity and after she came home, she
Church contracted a virus from which she STARKE LAUNDRY

I I'; The ladies of the Community is now recovering.Mr. .
Churchill have their circle and Mrs. Marvin Wicker
iI meetings on Monday Sept. 21. left Keystone for Chapel Hill. N.

Circle No. 1 with Mrs. J. O. Him- C. on Labor Day, after visiting
Ever wished had to indulge favorite
you money
h'e as chairman will meet in 1 with Mrs. Wicker's parents forseveral KOIN KLEEN
hobby Well saving does it. Start now and bank The Educational l Building at 2:00: I[ weeks. Mrs. Wicker is the

something with us every I pay day. Reap the benefits p- m. Circle No. 2, with Mrs. H.. former Donna Pangborn. daughrer -

Liter. I. Stevens as Chairman will meet of Mr. and Mrs Don Pangborn.
at the home of Mrs. A. F. Crosby Mr. Wicker will: attend the Uni- ,
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA :at 2:00 p. m. Circle No. 3 with rsity of North Carolina this
Mrs. F. W. Dwyer as chairman winter.
Friendly Hank in a Friendly Community will meet at Mrs. Dwyer's homeat The Misses Florence and Mabel ONE GARME NT.JlfiJJ"f FOR EACH
Keystone Heights Fla. 1:30 p. m. Circle No. 4 with Kummer arrived home at Park of
Member F.D.I.C. Mrs. Bee Schroeder as chairmanwill the Palms on Friday morning,
meet at the home of Mrs. E- Sept. 11, after a trip to New York. CLEANED. 1/ "- CUSTOMER
D. Hayner at 2:00: p. m. Circle They had gone to attend the
No. 5 with Mrs Alma Frost as funeral of their mother who was -
LOCAL MANAGER FOR chairman will meet at the home buried in Maplegrove Memorial -
oi Mrs. James Cook at 1:30: p. m. Pork in Jamaica on Long Island. .
for a Dessert meeting. The Night- They also visited friends in Belle- ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21STSTARKE'S

engale Circle with Mrs. D. L. ...ose. Long Island their former ,
Jim Waiter Thompson as chairman will meetat home. They were very glad to return -
Corp."World's the home of Mrs. S. McKay to their nice quiet home in
at 7:30 p. m. The Rebeccas Circle Keystone Heights after the hustle
with Mrs. William Few as Chair- and bustle.of New York City. ONLY CoinOperateSelfService
nrn will meet at Me5Few's Watson
Largest Home Builders" Mr. and Mrs. George
home at 8:00: p. m. from Williamsburg. Va. are occupying -
St. William's Catholic Church I the John B. Dye home on
Sunday Sept. 20 will be Holy Lake Geneva this month.
WILL BE IN STARKE Communion Sunday for the Altar'' Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann arrived LaunderetteOPEN
Society and other ladies In the via
Saturday morning
home on
EACH THURSDAYAT P rish. Masses will be resumed on I the Silver Meteor, after a wonderful ,
each Tuesday morning at 7:45: vacation with her husband,
which should allow time enough Mr. Albert Bachmann. during 24 HOURS PER DAY
for school children to attend Mass which time they visited New York

STARKE HARDWARE CO. und get to school on time. City and Bangor Maine. They .
St. William's Catholic Club held spent some time in St. Albans. .
a covered-dish supper and a business VU attending to business after
12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. meeting on Monday evening. tiling their home. and then they STARKE LAUNDRY KOIN KLEEN LAUNDERETTE
Sept. 14. Officers for the coming re-established another summer
year were elected .as follows: home in Holyoke. Mass.
For Appointments Call Conneen Vice Presi-
President. Ed. ; Keystoners are welcoming Mr.
dent. H. L. Morgan Jr.;. .Secretary. and son
JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector and Mrs. Herbert Sargent
Bee Cooper; Treasurer Lu t
Jeffrey Glen into their midst. Mr.

STARKE WO 4-5311 !Nelson.J'Ionth"ill Ushers be Ed for Conneen the coming and Pont Sargent Co.is, and an employee works at of the the Trail Du- WASH25C I FLUFF DRYER

I Ridge Plant. The Sargents who I
11/1'8 A Quality Home I, I .
A report on the results of the lived in Brevard. N. C. are occupying !
It's A Jim Walter Home" Ham Supper was read, and every- the Andrewsen house on Jasmine 10C
one was pleased with the pro- ; Ave.. next door to the Jim .I
OTHER OFFICES: ceeds. Hetheringtons.

OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA The Catholic Club will sponsora Mrs. F. A. Fitzpatrick and Located at 128 N. Water St. Across from City Power Plant Phone WO 4-3201
Girl Scout Brownie Troop again daughter Marian of Norfolk. Va.,
S this year. Mrs. Joe Daurer'will be left last week for home after B .


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I Skipper, accompanied by Sonny ),Jacksonville. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Minzel Royal of farm here over the weekend. Oklawaha.! and the Gordon Jones
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS \ 1 entering as a freshman student. Moody. j ji Bobby Thomas: of Jacksonville !lakeland! and Mrs. Maggie Norman Sunday dinner guests of Mr. family.
Returning to UF will be Miss ,i A large group from Long Bridge''i visited his par'!nts, Mr. and Mrs. j of Gainesville were visiting and Mrs. Eddie Norman were Mr. ddie Norman is home and get.
I I Barbara Matchett. daughter of ;. et?joyed the all-night gospel sing' :Bcb Thomas, ever the weekend j
.... By Mr O. E. I JilliAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfAAAA I here last week. and Mrs. Thurman Jones and sons ting along fine after undergoing
I Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchett
Joe i
p' Ga. !
: ,. Waycross recently. Mrs. Kaye Emerson of Bland! was the i
AAAAA4..iuAAAAAAAA LA & I Gregory son of Mr. and Mrs. J.I I'I i 1! Edna Lavender.Ir.. and'Mrs.. weekend guest of Linda Sue' Mr. and Mrs Albert Norman and cf Lady Lake, Mr. and (Mrs. Herbert surgery In Bradford County Hos-
I : I sen of Mulberry 'were\ at their Norman and children of pital.
(Continued from Page 7)) Gregory; and James HOrne son 'tames Lavender Jr., and Miss Ida Thomas-: !
I 1 Bridal Shower Honors I rf Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home. I j I Meoitt went with Mr. and Mrs. j ji :Mr. and Mrs Ray Wilson and I
iL-law, Prof. and Mrs Richard R'lth Perry Paladino George Young son of Mrs. ;i IT. O. Cook of Jacksonville. Mrs. oaby of Jacksonville and :Mr. and
Cm*ell of Hanover, N- H. They I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Paladino \>rna Young and a 1959 BHS ,; rten; Merritt accompanied Mr. I II j Mrs. Bill Genavcr and childrencf .
hive also been in Maine and Ohio 'the former Ruth Perry, was guest III i graduate, will enter Palatka JuniorC I and Mrs. Harold Shiver and sons. I II j Gainesville were weekend guests

this summer.Mr. of honor at a bridal shower at : -:>llege. I Mr. and :!rs. Richard Jones and ot their mother, Mrs. Groover I i' radioBELONGS
and Mrs. Jack Haberstrohand II Hampton Town Hall on Thursday | Pastor Requests Help sons accompanied the Ralph Mer- I j Thomas. a

daughter Marcia returned evening, Sept. 10. I To Complete Church Roll Titts. I i t Mrs- Lloyd Wood Mrs. Jimmy I I r-

Iioine Wednesday from a two week i Game prizes were won by Mrs. Hampton Baptist Church is still i Ned Beck killed a small rattlesnake Whitten and two.sons, David and I '

vacation: in their former home 1 A. H. Perry. Mrs. Vernon Forsyth, working to complete its member-! recently at the back door Mark of Jacksonville was vis tin:>;: ,
torn: of WJIiamsport, Pa. The Mrs. Ina Knight and Miss Joan sr-ip roll, which! was destroyed by of Mrs. Albert Moody's kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. j in every
Kabcrstrohs. Jack and Gladys j Caiter. Bouquets of red roses and I fire last January along with all Roy Turner's daughter and her Monday. I l .

celebrated their 40th wedding an- mixed summer flowers decoratedthe records of the church clrk. Anyone ,husband from the Carolinas spent I The following enjoyed a skating' \V. room $ ;

niversary on Sept. 7, in the com- ;, !gift and refreshment tables. knowing members who may Labor Day weekend with him at party Sunday: afternoon: MaryJ' ,\
... pas Jfcc.i i; chiidren and grand- I''i Pink and green decorated cupcakes not be presently listed is asked to the trailer park. I ne and Patty Bigham Juanita ) .. JI
cr'ldren' in V/iliiamsport-- I' and pink punch were servedto :contact the pastor W. P. McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Cook and and Wayne Stalnaker. Brenda and I I r t&.0 --'.r.?-; -_--- ,---
atrl nft'lt"s.; Charles Wallenius approximately 35 guests. Hostesses or church clerk, Mrs. E. L. Birt. children visited relatives in Jasper :' Dan McDavid Linda Sue and f .
returned on Wednesday from a for the occasion were Mrs. Rev. McElroy asked that any- recently. I j Ronnie Thomas, Lynox Kelley. I
week's fishing trip in the rivers of I ifmory Brown, Mrs T. F. Brown, tne who knows of members notitsently Miss Mary Fiances Dekle spent I Gene Edwards, Marcia Green _

the Central West Coast area of j Mrs Dick Hinren, Mrs Wes Halek, living here should contact the Labor Day weekend with Mr. Rgina Harrell.Mr. ..

Florida. They had anticipated a ''Mrs.: W D. Carter, Mrs. R. O. him as soon as possible, as ar>d Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. and sons. and Mrs. J. W. Eddie of
Iciger trip but returned home due Simmons, Mrs. Ina Knight and the church hopes to complete theecords They all enjoyed a holiday dinner Valdo were the Sunday visitors Au2'
. to the over-abundance of rain. :Mis. J. W. Home. as much as possible by the with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Sr. of Mr. and Mrs N. J. Davis. t : r
The many friends of Mr. and Stork Shower For' nd: of the church year. Oct. 1. Mrs. Percy Kelly of Miami and Mrand Mrs. W. A. Davis and
Mrs. Jim Donnelly and their children MrsLott! FridayA Personals' Mrs- O. June of South Carolina, "children of Waldo were Sunday
Jimmy and:! Mary will be sorry stork shower honored Mrs. P. Mrs. Annie Cox Jones underwent aunts of Mrs. Funice Moody were i! afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs.

to hear that they will be leaving II. Lott. Jr. Friday evening Sept. an operation at Bradford ; recent guests of the Moody fam- I N. J. Davis.N. .

our town shortly for Baltimore 11, at the home of Mrs. P. H. Lott. County Hospital in Starke on I it7- I E- Davis of Durham, N C..
Md., where Jim is being I Sr. Monday this week. lies Whitehead has topped the ,, has returned home after visitinghis

transferred by the DuPont Co. I Game prizes were won by :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Menefee of !! list of rattlesnakes killed in this I parents, Mr. and Mrs. N, J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Prevost Mprklee Norman and Mrs. M. R. Monterey: Park, Calif. have parked j section of the county so far. He Davis. The Davises returned home

and Mr. Prevcst's grandmother, Misner. Hovering over the gift heir,house trailer at the home of I got one last week nEarlis home Ii l last Thursday after being in the .

Mrs. Etta Menge. are going to New table was a large stork, and refreshments SIr and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. Mrs. it had 16 rattles. Baptist Memorial Hospital in
Orleans this weekend for the Fla-- of cookies and punch Menefee is Mrs. Wiggins sister. \\IP"-'d Moody ran a black snake Jacksonville for 14 days.

Tulane game. were served after opening the Mr. and Mrs Milton Mosher of of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Carolyn McDavid left Sun- Having a radio u-here it is wanted when it is wanted provides enchanting
On Monday of next week Mrs. gilts- Starke have purchased the Daniel Tames Lavender. The only way day for Georgia State College for
Thomas Prevost- will model in a 'hillips' home near the east city i trfy could fieure the snake goth Women at Millcdgeville, Ga. diversion eases workaday tasks and keeps you constantly in-the-know.
Hostesses for the evening were '
Hair-St 'list Show in Miami. Mrs. iir-its of Hampton, and moved in J was the children must have Miss Joan Campanella left last ---. -... t
Mrs. J. T. Parrish of Starke and I'
Prevost has been doing a good Mrs. Richard Castle of Gaines with their family last Saturday. left the screen door cracked. weekend for the University of Mi You're master of all the musical hits, comedy, drama, sports and news on
tit of this sort of modeling lately. MI'. and Mrs. Phillips and grand- Joe Moody really did a bang-up, ,
ville. -h'ldren: have moved to Ocala. io'j on his hand. He got it caughtin ami.Joan and Terrell Green entered the air-the center of whole world of interest at the turn of a diaL .
Lwal Students At U F James Horne arrived home Sat- and hub the of Florida Monday.
YOU'LL LOVE.tLe. lew Ester a piece of wire a cap University
fountain In As the fall session at the University urday evening to be with his par- truck while the job. It
brook poneslze pens rn a on In the kitchen, laundry children's bedroom all
room, patio, through the
pastel shades. Only 53-09 a* Bradford of Florida opens this week ents, Mr. and Mrs' J. W. Horne, took quite a few stitches to sew it YTT..TTT.. T T. .
County TeIPaTaPJa. Fred Brandes, son of Mr. and following his discharge from the up. His second and third fingersare house-it's fun to have a smart-looking radio as your pleasant companion
Mrs. Gotfried Brandes of Hamp- Air Force at Travis AFB, Calif. crushed pretty badly. But he RISINGBy
-night and day, at work and at play. .
He arrived in the States last week, rPIuses to be outdone. He can still

after two years' service in Australia. u e the index finger and thumb Mrs. Gordon Jones .
Enroute home he visited -nfl he says that's all it takes to

friends in Douglas, Wyo. bait a fish hook. He came in Labor AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABirthday .
i Factory Prices Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chester Day with a string touching Party I
Sri moved last week from the J. W. the ground. Yep-he had been toI I For Carolyn Jones = .
Home house near: the east end of Sampson Lake.Sampson I -s1 I
11 2 One Quart FREE With Each town to the C. L. May house for- Lake had all-night I Miss sixteenth Carolyn birthday Jones celebratedher anniver-

or Gallon One you buy merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs.J. campers on Labor Day eve. Har2 sary Saturday night Sept. 12,

J. Smith. f\1 Shiver and James Lavender I with a party here. Twenty-two of
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolfred, ".:re Scoutmasters to a pack of her friends enjoyed the occasion A SECOND TV SET MULTIPLIES

Sr.. are on a two weeks vacation little boys who included Leonard with the honor guest. THE rum Every modern home ,.-<4 record player .o+ns
501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 tip to their former home in Cov- Cook of Jacksonville, Richard and The dining table was covered needs 2 TV sets because a family adapt to Stereo. MUMC; is not
ington, Va. _lly Shiver and Jimmie Laven- yth a beautiful crocheted cloth consists of individuals with vary. merely reproduced but actually
Mr. and Mrs. Al Fowler of Chattanooga der. The only complaint was-oh, and was centered with ing tastes. Once you get your recreated with brilliance clarity
a four- second I ,
-R set you'll wonder how
Tenn., the former Mabel t those mosquitoes! tit-red you and realism
cake. Punch was served
rver got along with just The
That's Our BusinessIf Minton, spent several days last .. with the cake and assorted sweets. few color TV sets and portable .i.i.r.
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-t week with the H. B. Wiggins and w.ymV..e.. TW :::
The guests enjoyed dancing to nodels are fabulous? j tT'm
It's Glass We Have It I George Williams families- Mrs. '
recorded music and listening to \
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CALL WRITE or VISIT I Fowler's daughter, Patricia entered BROOKER{ Johnny Norman as he played sev- \.
the University of Florida asa .
freshman.Mr. eral songs on his electric guitar. FOR me SEAL JOY Of WING YOU NEED ALL 3...RADIO HI-", AM rrr
Joe Peters Glass CO. and Mrs. Clarence Melton By Barbara Sue Davis luring Several the games evening were also enjoyed

Qnd children have moved to Gainesville AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAIMr.
; where he is employed.Mr 'fi7xa
+ We Design i Modern Store Front and Carl Brown of Dennis, and Mrs. Wallace Parrish : Xg..y':4? .+at::iswxaom C x .. ..Rko.i.y: ;>'rY.:.
Pattern for cf Palatka were Thursday over- z
Just Mail Us A Mss spent several days here with
right guests of Mr. and MrsG.. ., z. ..
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Table: !CD1* Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Brown and I 4' .pa! :a!!>;ir .W.} ; e. :r; b
A. Gay.
i313 N W. 4tN.I'I.: Gainesville: Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 family Both families attended( Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrish and 4e; ._ W .. ,. ,..
of Ken.1 r -
: _, fhe funeral last week Mr.
I daughters; recently visited friendsin
nth Browns stepsister in Deer-
'I field, near Miami. Orlando. _
-l I Roy Green is home after recent
SERVICE Mr. and Mrs Purvis Green anc i the Gainesville Hos .
COMPLETE J TREE I surgery in
(I daughter of Heilbronn were Sun pital. _
Kny: evening guests of Mrs. Ina I Donald Stokes of Starke
Mrs. '
.:!. Pruning Cavity Work i -a.. ,.-!'" .
.. 4 |I Knight and son. .e visiting Mrs. H. E. Stokes for i- -- --: .' -
'i Rracinj; Tree Removal i f A. M- Bryant drove to Orland two weeks while her husband is -. ..iii' ,- '

L De-Mossing: Transplanting Saturday to visit Mrs. Bryant, wh in Miami and Key West on busi- ri'i i
Free Tn p'cl.on and EstimatesSAPP'S 'c: ill there. She is reported to be: -,. :{'" -. < '-' ,
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I r:i mproving.George ness.Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Davis were "'f' 1.P>; ,J J,0

Saxon is convalescing al t weekend guests of her parents, '_f'' ,
f. .
TREE SURGEONSPETE Mrs. R. J. Waters of --zi""
home after his recent stay in thUniversity e Mr. and '>j/;, ... / = -1.
Medical Center ir Dundee and their daughter, Bays .-" .. !. I
SAPP, Owner I Oainesville. bra: Sue, returned .home with "' ." .
I Richard May of MacDill APE I them Sunday after visiting the ,
PHONE WO 4-3965 _,
I STAKKE for the two weeks. i
spent last weekend here with his Waters past \
P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4S87 Palalka, Fla. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May Mrs. C. S."Kelley visited Mrs. ryv .v4

AGENTS Henry Williams, USN is home Mittie Sow ells last week. .They

Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617GaJnesvilla en leave with his parents Mr. ane: visited their brother, B. W. Mott, J'

Fla. Ocala. Fla. 1 Wrs. J. A. Williams from Vallejo of Hague.

Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. | Calif. He has recently re-enlistee t Mrs. Lavern Edwards were and visitingMr. children 1 1I
for another six years in the navy of Gainesville
I For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr. -I

FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL[ [ CO. ,'YYYYYYT..TTT..TT.. 117 r and Mrs. Mamie Hodges Thursday -

224X Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 I afternoon.Mr. .
: LONG BRIDGE and Mrs. E. W. Hodges, Jr. ;//COTHAT 1

AND NEW RIVER ani children of Americus, Ga. DDT\\t\\m'\
'vere weekend guests of Mr. and
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME Mrs. R. F. Merrill Mrs- E. W. Hedges, Sr. and Mrs.

Mamie Hodges.Mr. .
4 NO MONEY DOWN LLAW A AA and Mrs. Lamar Hall of "K65W81OPAVThO EWt& I

The tenants at Moody's Trails. Gainesville were Sunday visitors

By: Toaey Builders, Inc. LOW Park enjoyed a fish fry last week of Mrs. Amanda Lewis. t
$7495 The fish were caught in SampsorLake Miss Lucretia Cumbee is attending '
Box 106, UP : //MMERICM'
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children of Florahome visited *t the church for those wishing to I........... ...... \
.y y. t'J attend. Junior Church is held rncnt of the We are I: '
Mrs. Jones' parents Mr. and Mrs. j jt very I[hed on Sunday at 2 p. m. He was 'tfpy.-ioIay Bell Dell reporter.
gc.Miss r-ery Tuesday at 5 p. m. Rev. "uppy to report that the sick killed'while enroute home from
GRIFFIS LOOPBy ;cbe Harris .last weekend.Mr. Iris Ann hon- t i Thurston Elementary
and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and rred at a nice party Gainey on was her 16th CLAY 'HILLI -'Y Lennon Junior Church Pastor D1:;mbrs of the church are doing I Georgia- He was the son of Elliott .i I The regular PTA of the school
in Parents line which include Mrs.
charge. urgedto Laura
are : I and Alberta Tyson and nephew of
family: of Jacksonville visited Mr. anniversary. j tvM be held Monday night. Sept.
Verble Harrdl Jrthday About 50 send their children to this Whitmore, Gloria Graham and l
Mr. I. L. $ Catherine Dell. He was a student 21
and Mrs. Ralph Gainey Sunday. trickl.Musuu.AS000UAa..a. at 7 p. m. President Louiza
Kuests enjoyed this event.A
u.AA..A&........ ..... Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey I meeting so that they may gin'j Dorothy Caldwell. All are asked I i I of RJE School and loved by all Brown is asking all officers and
have had as recent guests Mr. and Brotherhood and WMU executive their religious training in youth. !I to continue to pray for our sick ,his i classmates. Annual conference natrons to be present. Business ofvital
: Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and meeting will be held Thurs- Mrs. Pendarvis and when thy are old they will 1 ar"t shut-in that they may soon . Mrs. Arch Prevatt and family of was back at ser- just around the corner. importance must be trans-
of Cocoa day. Oct. 1, at 7:30 m. AH: from this and !
children visited Mr. p. not depart training return to worship with us-
Jarksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Har- "ices last Sunday after being away !j i I n-mbers are asKed to see leaders acted. Mrs. S. C. Price principal;
l ooltins' Re, numbers of both organizations .m future leaders. E. J. Marshall,
> parents and Mi's.. I serve as Pauline reporter.
old Black of Lakeland, Mr. and for some time with her broth-
1 and I make full each Sun- Albert reporter.
reports ,Ruby
Orville Brookins last weekend. are urged to attend this important .
i Givens, Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Willie reporterntioch
Mrs. Millard Keith of Jackson- r. Carter who is very 111. I .
Mr. and Mrs. E- W. Hodges of meeting which will be held at I He is some better now and back Baptist Church Bethlehem Freewill Baptist 18

Americas, Ga. were Sunday guests .! ville.Those wishing to attend the the First Baptist Church. Starke. home from the hospital. Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. ;Ourch, Rev. L. McKay. held Sunday I
cf: Mrs. Hodges' parents Rev. and. moss meeting at the First Baptist Mrs. Willie Green gave a house- We understand that Nathan George W. Lee, Sr. pastor will School on Sunday with Dea- I
Mrs. Orville Brookins. wanning party Saturday night held regular pastoral service on''con Prince in charge. Regular -
Church in Starke Thursday night Sterling is in a serious condition '
Open From 10 9 All
12, in honor of Mrs. Mildred : Open Day Sunday
We '. Sept. Sunday starting with Sunday \ pastoral service will be held all
had over 100 per cent in lt. 17, can meet at Boatdrain !in the hospital at Starke. Mrs. I
Sunday School last Sunday.Mr. : Baptist Church at 7 p. mThe Griffis. About 50 guests attended Chism Is home from the hospitaland School at 10 a. m., Supt. Clarence: jav Sunday starting with Sunday 817 E. Brownlee St. Ernest Allen. Mgr. and Owner .

and Mrs. Merrill Jones and 'bus will be in service and will be ind Mrs. Griffis received many Nellie Wilkinson is also on i i Williams in charge. All officers :' School Mornmg service at 11 a. m. Prices Good Thru Tuesday
nice giffts for her new home. f"e sick list. Mrs. Richard Mosley I I"d members are asked to attend.I partor in charge: 6:00 p. m. League -

I All members and friends are i i*.'?s able to attend church Sunday !Plans are being made for the re-: : evening worship at 7:30: p.
irked' to renumber the homecom-I|niyht after being ill for some time. viral meting at the church. President a. The following schedule of act SMOKED BACON 16.! 29c
BUILDING ing that will be held Louisa Brown is asking all. ivities: Monday Night 8 p.
I i Three persons were baptised m"1
4 There will be dinner on the choir members to plan now to par- Faithful Few Club; Tuesday.
j&j grounds and good singing in the i Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, -Choir Rehearsal: Wednesday. 7:30 j SMOKED PICNICS lb. 29c
*nd the rain held off until after :
Everyone is welcome to II II9nernoon. P-iyer Meeting; Friday. 7:30: ;
SUPPLIES ittena. the service was over. b'ned' choirs on Thursday night ;Prayer Band; First and Third
Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins 1 The choir practices are improv- &!It. 24. Rev. Franklin is in i Saturday I Can Circle meeting.: I FRESH PICNICS Ib-2
l visited their son and daughter-in- I[erg our singing greatly and everyone charge of tha; evangelistic service-j The building program is still in j

. 1:4<<,. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins is urged to come out. The All local choirs are asked to sing. i!progress. Selling each Saturday \ Thin and LeanWHITE '
. ;n Cocoa last week. I"iroup meets each Sunday at 6 p. They: anticipate a 50 voice choir.by); members to increase funds.
!m. and on Thursday at 7 p. m. -Arata Williams reporter. Mrs. Prince and others in charge. j f BACON Ib. 29c
Members of Boatdrain Church : to learn new songs and how tosing New Bethel Baptist Church "Come out and have lunch with us ,
enjoyed the sermon preached by I
I them. Florida St. or at the church
Bit Norman Levine last: ; Sunday. New: Bethel Baptist Church:rn Hot or MildROLL
g For City Wide nijrht: and we! hope that he will i There is also a teachers meeting Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor held re- }j' every Saturday.-Mary McBride, SAUSAGE lb. 29cBISCUITS
I each Sunday at 6 p. m. and Pray- reporter. -
service last start-'
be with us again soon. g'ar on Sunday I
T Meeting each Wednesday at 7 Pleasant Grove Methodist
U- inII.ith Sunday School at 9:30:
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Arnold :
: DOLLARDAYS )f Lake Butler were Sunday guestsof n.atendancec m. The Intermediates banner last won the with Supt. Milton Ellerson in Pleasant Grove Methodist (Jeans) 29c i
the Willie Green I. Sunday. marge. Betty Crum was acting I Church. Rev. H. J. Blunt pastor.
; I 'rnder where the competition is secretary in the absence of Gwen- sill hold regular services on Sun- ,, -
Linda Brookins spent last week that we have been asking for? dolyn; Marshall who was guest I d1Y starting with! Sunday School PORK BRAINS 16. -2 and sister
with her broihtr-in-law Well. Mr. Norman has been sneaker; for the Youth Program at Supt. Leo DeSue in charge. Morning -
8/G > Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ, phasing those squirrels in. but Friendship Baptist Church Gain-I worship 11 a ID. Evening <<,ort ,

: QFriday Saturday in St rke. they have been going to Bud Wilkinson -I esville.! All parents are urged to hip at 7 p- m. We regret the recpnt -J RED HOT SAUSAGE Tib 29c
The ladies of Boatdrain have I instead of Bessie Strick-f came and bring students to Sunday ; accidental death of our member -
. started a WMU. We invite all who land. Bud got seven in two days School next Sunday and every Ralph Tyson
. tJ Sept. 18 19 tan to join us in these meetings. l"&t week and Bessie only got one.They've Sunday morning at 9:30. ChoirN Southern, .Merita or Tip Top

Mrs. Jeff Smith is president.1JeaUra.in been after the pecans. >. 1 will have regular rehearsal \O1SUMME BREAD 2 Loaves 29c I II

Baptist ard the flying squirrels are really each Wednesday before the third

CARBORANDUM STONE Church Notices working the nuts over too. Looks and fourth Sunday. at 7:30 p. m.
: 'Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning "ike some of us have to start Mrs. Lottie English. pianist B. T. COLD PIG EARS, NECK BONES, PIG TAILS

Worship, 11 a. m. Training I Hunting them at night-shining Marshall pre dent. Choir No II
tfriion, 7 p. m. Evening Worship I -Far eyes. They are smart little ".1') have rehearsal Thursday night r
t.40NOW 2 LOS
: Regular $ $ I TJN.r 29
$1.00 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday fellows; and hard to shoot so we !before the second Sunday. Mrs. ,
night, 7:15 p. m.-Rev. Orville kneed I I3rookins. I : help and are waiting for Effie Palmore. pianist Mrs. Margaret : I
-- pastor. volunteers. Who is first? DeSue president. All choirs -

........... ..................................... arc asked to sing in a combined 666 SMO. KNUCKLE BONES lb. 29cNASWORTHY'S
. group for the Mt. Sinia MB As-
UTILITY KNIVES NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Fcciation which will convene at I I

our church beginning Sept. 24.

CITIZENS OP: BRADFORD COUNTY All choirs will be on parade. The
Regular $$1.25Now
: $1,00| ft. president of the Association Choir

The pastor and church anniver-
will be held Please $
---- rary soon.

: WEATHERSTRIP Home From Texas a recent graduate of RJE School rutch this paper for announce-I

Maxie Rogers son of Mrs. Wil- and the daughter of Rev. and ,:

helmena Brooks is home on Mrs. Alphonso Jenkins, Sr- >
; lave after having completedfour Edmond Long. Leonard Heath "TURNPKEPROVED"/
20 ft. RoD -
Regular $$1.25 successful years in the U. S- ir.d Jimmie Moore of Lawtey are

Aimy Air Force. He is a graduate"pper .classmen at BethuneCookman i
of RJE and enlisted immediatelyafter College Daytona Beach i \: i

NOW $ graduation. His reenlistment -These! three have an enviable re- I DOLLAR DAY BUYS
period will end during the:::arc! at,Bethune-Cookman having t Goodyearsnow
next two years. He has spent sev-I made the Dean's list several years. .

eral years overseas and ,in Fort,All are scholarship students.- give upto I '

Worth,Texas. He will leave Starkeon -Staff reporter. 25% more I
Oct. 15 and report to Homestead I Carnation Club I FRIDAYSATURADY_ .. SEPT. 18, 19
2: AFB near Miami to con- The Cinderella Ball and Record safe mileage! I II { i\t

tinue his duties in the service. He}lop was: a gala affair and all the I

. reports delight over the growth. teenagers and sub-teens were .
there. All the members and friends
of Starke.
: '
: % Back To Collect !were delighted over the fun and \: '
10 OFF! Many of the students of Bradr r good conduct of the students. Miss; .S : ELECTRIC

ford County have returned to.colleges j Bobbie Marks wu named Cinderella -

. during this month. To,mention 'r since she was able to wear BREW MASTER i
. just a few we begin with Betty 'tt.e lovely slippers presented by
the club. President Brooks is ask-
Jean Jenkins who is a juniorat :
i.1't all members to attend the next Instant
Florida Normal & Industrial'

PAINT SCRAPERS Memorial College, St.. Augustine; regular; meeting as business of Coffee $$1 00

. Rcbertha Scott,sophomore, Emma v.tal importance most be trans- Or Tea .
Louise Kelly sophomore.. Dorcas I acted. Mrs. Grace Long will be Each

: Regular $1.15 NOW $1.00 Franklin senior, of Lawtey, and hostess for the next meeting on
. many others. Graduates of RJE' Monday, Sept. 21.- Mrs. Alma Salem Cotton YarnRUGS
. !: entering Edward Waters College I Jeqkins, reporter.7th i

Jacksonville for the first time in- Grade Officers

PAINT BRUSHES 2" c'ude Mary Helen White Enoch The 7th grade at RJE. taughtby
Allen. Jimmie Scott and Lester K. Mrs. L. M. Royal organized _
Randolph. There are other old as'' far the year. The following officers 21" x .r' $ rD. : .
: rc.'l as new students from Brad- ; were elected for 19W-66 <<;I hr. -:" '" ""I: .1

Regular $1.39 NOW $1.00 ford County enrolled at this col- !i I school term: President Annette FOR $ I, 'f jfllfr' Eit 111..1..'t.. .

It-;e. Your staff reporter would Barbara Shell; vice-president; I 2 $1 I.OQ r r e iI i i ,L crC[((t I

anpreciate this information. Joan Junes Edward Butler: secretary. I I .. !
.. ., I
: 1 QT. SHELLAC Tonkins registered at.Florida A & Elizabeth Crum; assistant Ft ackieMie I ,I. ..
1" I
\I University in Tallahassee asA Brookins; treasurer: Char- : Fiesta Cotton YarnRUGS I : f\. nl I'", I
candidate for the school of 'otte Lee Bryant; chaplain Nor- I m.
Nursing: Education. She ,will receive '''na jean Clark: reporter Lillie I : ,-- I
: Regular $1.20 : ; :
NOW 1.00 scholarship aid from the National :Powell I : business manager. William
L '''
Foundation from, 1960-63'Watson Pierce HI; Committee better ,
for her nursing education. She is.Chairmen: Social Edward Lee than I 21"x 44" j i '111'I ,
Park; Program. Shirley Arm! : pili.:11II1 i II ilJhlD'' """1ij
.- I .i 1S I 'ott' Finance. William ever but <- '
: : -
.*.....-.Z Hampton; EACH : '
I Jnitor. Clarence Mitchell; Sgt.- $1.00 ': 7
?UArms.Dotti Sue Chandler: assistant neverlower r I

. Frederick Walker: representatives I
to the Student Council. 31elal Floral t i
: Smart Larry Griffin and Ethel Lee DesiKD.

. .Juries; Mrs. L. M. Royal, advisor.. priced! '
Waste Baskets
.. ACCEss RIES Kttaff reporter. .... 1959 Deluxe ;-
PTA MeetingThe
r i H
I first regular PTA meeting I
*'a lield at RJE School with'Rev. EACH $1.00COCOA jH1LCOw I
I '
. Lennon, president, presiding pur- $'I9s.
. :in,, the last meeting of the 1958-
59 school term officers were elect -,

. d ed. Mrs. Maria Thomas resigned 11
Is secretary and Robert Deil was c11jt.r
: for. elected! as secretary, who has now sof.r summer ( Door Mats

resigned. Mrs. Bertis' Robiason tGeI ,for a* low.'

CHOPPING his consented to be the secretary 11.ZS O w..1l JJ
: Fir the rest of the school term. .. ,\ EACH '-r"
.. I Mrs. M. J. Lee was appoioed reporter -'Ss
: i I in place of Mrs. Minnie J> aLL.wenrFtEKWHIT )) s'Our
Fell Wheeler. The 'following
. com
. mittee chairmen were.J.ppoint.e4: SIDEWALLS I Come In and Visit NOW -

.. Ways and Means Willie Brown; !70xl5TUBE-TYPg Furniture Dept ONLY
. I. Program Mrs. Frances Pierce;
. Social, Mrs. O. W. George. Others i
.. Assorted Plaid Ladies
: With your personal checkbook io your handbag member will be appointed were welcomed later. The ta new the : 1

.. (15 Fnl-vWfc! 41 6. capacity frwat.larp as
.you have at your fingertips all the money croup by the president. Rev. Levy UmbrellasEACH ,.c loW
Lennon.President; Mrs. M. J. Lee top ChiDer Draw and Heat bduc
. need but lose
you to buy things- none to reporter, $2.50
I Fri-feflzth "Dairy .Jr" Starjji Cow wilS

... ;- OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH US SOON Altai CHCRCH Chapel NEWS AME Church I'MORE PEOPLE RIM ON 8 8 C anaseaDctttad Mast KMpvs.IKitaw J AVeek

Akn Chapel AME Church, Rev. [eOOOTaRTRESTHAHON I I Parad btmr 5-T..WTJctjC.

L- A. Sampson pastor,held:: a successful ( ANY+ OTHER OIl i
Women's Day observance i .
:: FLORIDABANK last Sunday.The chairmen,'pastor,

officers and members wish to GOODMAN'SERVICE S

AT STARKE thank all persons who'made this H NASWORTHY PHILCO DEALER

. day a great one. Sunday is pastoral t; STATION ,
s CUE OF.1'A" 5 OF THE FLQK'DA' NATIONAI(*OU'.(Unit FEOUUk OCPP T MWIKMCC'011'. day starting with Sunday 1 -
. *.t..unulI""aut..mt.' School at 10 a. m, Supt. Irene Seebcr:D. Goodman 310 EAST CALL ST. STARKE FLA.

.. .. Thomas in chaire.. Uoming.-wojgJVP'at > UJ-.ni South'SfAKE. ,
+ ..
. t ;:1 :11m.
!. ... FLA.
i at 6 p. m. All members are asW .


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cVt.l' '. 17, 1959 UBADTOBD CUUN'II' ]:! 1ELEGRAPH: STA&KX FLORIDA .P."G'E rL 't.

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HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH : weekly ,for four consecutive weeks Range Twenty-two (22) East. I -
Methodist Church At The TabernacleA PUOrOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ''in Bradford County Telegraph, thence run Heat along tee ttner {r!'' .s cio
THERESSA AMENDMENT TO HE VOTED ON duly qualified newspaper" publishedin .- vi Suii Uoaa IS and 221' y: !J
| NOVEMBER a dies... wt 34. feet .nerve''' STORE'M
3, 1959 said County. iCe ; ALVAREZ' '
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m- missionary service with 'the Sunday: School 10 a. m. Homing 1 NOTICE OF ELECTION' -WITNESS my hand and the ealor run south 2i feet to the punt ill! Established IM'-I' liill'I!

Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Migrant Missionary Fellowshipwill IVHbltfcAa: ; the Legislature of 'I' said Court at Starke, Florida, of beginning; from said point
Worship 11 a. m., message byRev. 1959. under the Constitution of IMS this 26th day of'"August. 1H9.C1RCIVT .1 o<... ........ thence run M esi
(Nursery provided! Dine-A-Mite be held at the Gospel Tabernacle "Culti of the 143 feet thence run South 437.4V -
Samuel S. Cuthbert State of Florida did lIaM a ( COURT SEALs ) .-: t. ( -. - -
hour for the Juniors, 6 p. m- MYF. Friday eight, Sept. 25, at A Hopeful Attitude."-T1ain- JtUt JtebOtfUton proposing amendment / CHARLES A. DARBY feet; them run East 113 feet; ---/- .. :; _-.. -Ct .1 l _' -I- ..
vate to the Constitution of the State! Clerk of said Court thence run North 4X73 feet to
7:30 o'clock. The speaker will be
6:30 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30p. ,] !T.g Union 7 p. m- Evening Worship of Florida and the same was agreed 81;: ct 1/17 the point of bfgioning. All lying
Ken Thornton, director of the ser- 8 Message by Rev. t.,by a vote of three fourths of all la and being in the Northeast Quarter You Just "Naturally" Get the

m.Wednesday 7:30P. vice, who is also a chalk artist p. m. live members! elected to each house; TIle Circuit tenet Of Bradf,.. i.\Ks: > of :Section: 3*. Township -
Prayer Meeting, Crthbert, "God Has The Answer.'i'that the votes of said Joint Re* Outy, Flaridai Im tba.cery. 7 South. Range 22 East
and will show elides; of the missionary 1 1H.UOO iwiwvtt, t, .Hradiwrd Cvualy, Florida.
m. was entered upon their re- 8 wife, Most Hot Water When
Wednesday Prayer Meeting I
Rev. O. O. Boyette, pastor. work. '>wtlv. Journals with the yeas andDaY' Laura \ \\annn. P uaufb, \s. GREETINGS: Heating
De Tb. You notified that
thereon and they did deteru. iin>. a, et ai, Uetend- are hereby a
The public is cordially invited.PRESBYTERIA.'J p. m. .". aua direct that the said Joint ants. salt to quiet title has been brought

., Kesulutton be submitted to the electors NOTICE OF SUIT IB the Circuit Court in and for *' with SLADE GAS
CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,:. of the State at tbe Special Elec- J Tb Aa 1IJe ()f'The State Of Bradford County. Florida against
HAIR OFF tion on November 3, 1979. Florida T.: yon and each of you and all p 1''ens -
Cor. Call and Christian] NOW THEREFORE I R. A. Laura I* Tnompson. Angelina claiming any estate, right

FOREVERUnsightly Church School, 9:45 a. m. Minister: Bob L. Badgett GRIN Secretary of State of the lVelier U. W. Livingston LIz le title or internet in. or lien upon, the
State of Florida Ouupb, .fore lescrlbd property and you Purchase A
dtf TarrnUth'Martm.
Mcrning Worship 11 a. m., serMon 9:45 hereby -gift no- Condon
Sunday Sunday School Martin .
tice that a and 1 L. iiarUn. if art hereby required to serve a copy
topic "There Is A Purpose aon.; Worship, 10:45; Youth Ser- SPECIAL ELECTION and-if dead the unknown heirs alive, de- ,t your answer or other pleadings 10YearVarranty
d wiJl: l>e bed tiHees, grantees IB (him suit upon Plaintiffs attor
in each In F1n'Ida lienora
\1ces Junion Chi Rho [ to 111 County creditors
J'r Your life. Presbyterian up on the fir.'i Tuesday after tbe or other cuuuaots to the hereinafter eftswhose name and address! appear ,
5 Chi Rho [11 to 131] 6 ; firm described below on or before the 12th k
p.m.. pin, Monday in November A. D., lands by through
Excess Facial Youth Fellowship p. m. Evening under dayof October. ;; and either before
1959. the said or against 1959 GAS
a C.Y.F. [14 up] 6 p.m.; Choir Tuesday 'begins i the, each such decca>ed
tr Yr. 7:30 m. topic: "The third day of November, for tile rul- person and the unknown heirs, or Immediately thereafter
Hair Removed 1 Worship, p. practice: 6:45.WednesdayJunior: fication or rejection of the said fte***.' grantees lienors, creditors ide- you are require to file the original! ..

Men Who Lost His Head. Choir practice Joint Resolution proposing Amend- or other claimants in and to the .f :tour answer or other pleadingswith
IrermareiltlyEdmund 'n''ni to the Constitution of the State hereinafter described lands the Clerk of the Circuit Court : HOT WATERHEATER

Tuesday-Women of the Church 3 p.m. of Florida vii through' under or against J. by\....., I' in and for Bradford County. Florida. <
Martin, deceased Herein fail not or a decree pro con-
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION : and also, to all
f meet 8 p. m. NO. (60 unknown person claiming I fro so will be entered against you t
OEJLBRONN i/OlABY: A JOINT right title. Hen any, >t.T default !
Dwyer RESOLUTION or Interest in
Prayer relating
WednesdayMidWeek or
BAPTIST CHURCH t. apportionment: proposing an the following property situate to in wrrmT hand and seal of

nieclrologist Service. amendment to Article VII. of the BraOford County 'Florida: tBli Court at Starke. Bradford '
Sunday SchoOl; 10 a. m. Morn- Florida Constitution; providing for Lot 11 In Block 11 in Livingston County Florida this 3 day of September I FOR
Friday Choir practice, 8 p. for v-fonr senatorial Truby and Company's A. D. 1959.Charles. ,
Ave. I districts Addition
107 W. University : pro- to ,
I ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening :vi&lrg! plaa tor- apportioning House the Town of Starke Bradford -SEAL kM,1

Gainesville FR 2-8039 m- Worship 7:30 p. m. Training *i Keprewntatlve; and providing County. Florida according to plat A. 'jrrUj'DarbyClerk
I plan thereof Of ( Court
Union 6:30 Mld- fpr filling vacancies created recorded in Deed Book J at
(Sundays) m. 4.95
p. hereby; and declaring an emergency. page %::12. of tbe public records of Jy Marian L. Crosby S_ g
Week Prayer Meeting Wednes- WIbf'rf'a.! tile Legislature of said County; 1"'v"tv Clerk
the .
State! of Florida IOU AND EACH .\. 7. ADWivs.!: JR ,
has determined OF YOU
day are
p.m.PENTECOSTAL an emergency requiring an early hereby notified tbat a suit in equity 11 West! University .Avenue"

FIRST BAPTIST Church -- Starke decision doe by the electors: of the state the bas above been brought against you in E1atn'sville.num.. .;...P Florida 4)rainttff. DO\\'N
HOLINESS. exist and. Court and cause and you -
CIIURCH WHEREAS an amendment to the are hereby summoned, ordered and I .
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor cnRrtitutien dealing with the subt -i required to file your written answer -p AND-
!<-- matter of apportionment ; nr defenses to the complaint Ever

lei rrson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn ef>>.onto) h frU"IT..ttM to the voters' Clerk In said of cause in the office of the I; First Time 1. We Pay the Sales Tax
the State of Florida said Circuit Court
ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange At the earl in the TV
*.I'1""le'" tuna NOW THERE. County Court House in Starke. Florida : Portoble, I 2. Free Gas Installation
Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 listic services 7:30 ,
: p. FORE. on or before the first day of in t 3. No
} Carrying Charges
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Be It Resolved by the Legislature October 1959. and to serve a copy .
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. of try State of Florida: of such answer or defenses upon I
7:30 m. Hoilis V.
p. That the following Knight, plaintiffs'
amendment of attorney,
Ietfr-r. VII of the whose adduces is tftarke I For
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. CHURCH OF GOD the State of Florida Constitution relating t. ap of on by or the before laws said date as reqtSred Florida. !I SPACE l Cooking --- nothing beats

portionment in the Senate and House of Florida and the
Service Sunday School 10 a. m. Mom "f representatives be and 135t Florida Rules of Civil Pro-
Midweek Wednesday 1:30 P.M. the same
tug Worship, 11 a. m. Sunda is hereby agreed to and shall be -ree cedure. If you fail to do so. a de- r SLADE GAS!
Tthmittf'd pro confesso
to tb
electors of the entered
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB: State of Florida for approval or re against in yon for the relief demanded COMMAND I

Service Wednesday< 7:45 p. m jection at a 1''H'"lalaUm! election the complaint. The nature of
as provided by Article said' 'suit' fo to quiet and confirm the
Prayer Meeting Friday. 7:45p1 m 3: of the )O"lorrd'ConCtitution.' title of laid plaintiffs to said Lot 11

J That three-fourths (:-4) of all above described, and to remove remote TV tuning in

.. I jneihlivr "elected to each house of ek- tds therefrom.This .
-_' 1. I r I the Legislature does determine that order shall be published once PORTABLE
Vi -. an emergency a week for four consecutive weeks .........
decision! ; by the electors requiring of an the early state In Pra ford County Telegraph a .................. .---11 .........

does exist with reference to this newspaper published in said County
G amendment to Article VII of and having a general circulation
Constitution.Section .
I. Sections I, 2, 3 and 4 WITNESS my hand as Clerk of ,
of acid Circuit '
Al'tiel.'JJ are hereby Court of Bradford
SpecialsFRIDAY repealed
and in lieu thereof the following County, Florida and the seal of
sections are hereby adopted said Court at Starke Florida, this f
ARTICLE VII :2bta day of August, 199.
Section I. Representation (CIRCUIT COUKT SEAL) .cross tif
port tort men t- Ap ls| CHARLES A. DARBY Tune t v from. silent @_@ tt >
SATURDAY (a) Senate-The Clerk of the Circuit Court of ttle room WIsound.toll -4J
state oman
v4'S : be ap t &:If
/ .
portioned into forty-four (44) Bradford County Florida. I Ibutton
sen- Frye
I atonal 8,27 It 9/17 1 to t

SEPT. 18,19LARGE .r.- .-diltrlctll..on..nt..-..-,..n.c designated*_ .-."..._.,_.. sum..:by _Dumber apportionment -- -- dlallnelS tu rn.set! ==---; JfJ

lash : and shall prnfairn.8 *. The ttrcBtt c..rt Of The Eighth I on alld Ot"o\evelSfIltme
equity among di.tri.-ts bad Judicial ClrrBlt Of Florida IB ABd J 7 mute
.upon fKl conmnic population geographic area .Kor Bradford C...ty. In Chancery. 0xD IOIineS and
affinity; provided: Case So. 12-7
ASSORTMENT3SinaIl (I) There shall be only one ._It- Ruth Glision Starling, Wells, WIRES ...
atur for earn rti>trl<'t. rUintiff Vs. Edward Louis Will, No 6 An' r GOADS
I%) No
district shall be composed Defendant !
of I
more than three W) counties. DIVORCE

i-hall U) Counties forming a district Amended Order Of Publication x
of not Iw separated by territory And Notice To Defend In the Name J i. y
another district and must be COBtlRdoUS. Of The State of Florida to: .
Edward Louis Wells. un Henry ( a
SIZEPhilodendrons POTTED PLANTS in H; No\ county shall be divided Avenue. Des Plaines.' Illinois. 'SUM
creating a distrlu. .
Ton are hereby notified that a suit
tile U) Vacancies that are created by in equity for divorce and for restoration 4 ,f I

$1.00 forty-four apportionment providing for of maiden name has been fileagainst CLASSIC II I
of the ((44) senatorial! district you by Ruth GlIB nn Starling t
eiecttTs Senate shall be filled by the Wells in the above named Court and
In the general election in cause, and you are hereby summon
$ November I960.! Upon; eWtion, now i ed. entered and required to file your
IT' ; senators t'halbe/ elected in the new !\ written answer or defenses to the I
It districts
ONE It for the following terms: complaint in said cause at the office 1
District 39 fur four (4) .Yt'ars: of the undersigned l Clerk of t Tk. MADRID-Modtl DZ915U 17'
Piwrict te for two (%) year Circuit .Court at Starke. Florida hon
overaO dla 155 in. <
meas. o
District ;
DRED rut (or four (4) year or -jfore the 28th day of September.A. .
D $$1.00 District 42 for two (2) years. D. 1959, and to serve a copy rectangular picture area. In silver

r District! 43 for four (4) years. thereof on Tfaerra A. Yawn. Jplaintiffs r., brown vinyl.ONLY' For
District Only $10 Down and
44 for two (2) ;years. attorney whose address $10 MonthlyYou
I. Thereafter, all Senators shall be lis: Post 'Office Drawer '791 Starke, 239.95
25 FT. Hefted for a four year term. Florida, oa or/before raid date, as
t (I..) House of Representatives required by the laws of Florida and Can Purchase An

The representation in the House of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.If SLIM!

PLASTIC HOSE $$1.00 Keprfeitentfltivae ed hall be apPortion- :you fail to do so,-a decree pro AUTOMATIC GAS RANGEWith
-follows; ,-..nCf K'ire
<6) representatives to and i for the relief demanded in the con -
'CT the-most Jl'PulousountYi four '4 1 plaint. .
a Lifetime Guarantee Burners. Low Cost of Fuel
14 tepresentatives to and for each This notice shall be published once
of the two (Z) next more populous. each week for four conIeCutiveI ideal for any room in 1 borne Low Upkeep Faster Cooking.

zaubi ; ; ccuatles; three (3); representatives i I.|, weeks in the Bradford County Tel C- handle brackets at bottom for

to and for each of the six (6) nt'xt.uore gin ph. easy carrying. 1. WE PAY THE SALES TAX!
populous counties; two |In : Witness my hand and the seal of
representatives tto and, fflr each of said Court at Starke. BradfordCuunty. 2. FREE INSTALLATION!
i the fourteen (H) next I No production shortcuts
more populous I Florida this August 20th
counties; and one (1) rt-pre- I l':!9.ISEAL_ HORIZONTAL 3. NO CARRYING CHARGE!
entatito. ail for each of tbe ) new

rttnainnig counties ,of the state at I ? -A. DARBY. Clerkthe of HANTCP Er
the .time of.su ec) F'irstappvriionmentreapportkament. CHASSIS
\ t. \ A .-The ty.Br
OTHER BARGAINS first apportionmentof Marian L. Crosby DeptttyCiel'k

IN GARDEN ,CHEMICAL cop jo accordance each the'senatorial legislative with.districts statute!house designating shall and .the be- 8i1'i{ 4t Sl11 I' .. 15,500 Power volts transformer of picture power : GO ($5 -. SLADE GAS

representation In tbe house adopted I. The CtrrBtt Court Of Bradford.CMiair I ;
at the 19a session of the Legifla-. Florida la ChaBrerr. i e "Capacity-plus" COInpOO"1tS'I 1

SUPPLIES r lure, and the next apportionmenttt Jane G. txinery, Plaintiff, vs. Alex Sunshine picture tube i

tar the session Senate in shall 1>>7U be and at the tbe.regu next Lowery Defendant.-NOTICE OF SUIT 'I Cinelens picture glass i

K t h11r apportionment ef the lease of Rep In The Name Of The Mtate Ol: e SpotTrte Dial ;

re0ettatfres haH be at the regular Florida: To: Dipole antenna Slade Gas Co.

session in 1961 based upon tbe. 1960 ,. :'cx Lowery RA 342S9547, Hq I ,
Federal Censms; And derlenialiy I and Hdq Co. 13th Signal Bn. Al'
thereafter the Legislature shall reapportion 24, C/o P. M.. San'Francisco. California.
its representatives in ac : WUKLERElectric _
cordance here"lth. :Should ,Jt ,faHtw You are hereby -notified that a %
.: dw _, Its duty shall continue to milt' for dtvone and every BCKSion whatever type until ,.rf onildren has b er I !

reapportionment has been affected brought against you by Jane ,l NEXT DOOR TO WINN-DIXIE
/ttJl (d) Failure/ to reapportion *t reg Lowery te the abase styled! Cv art i Service .,.. l I II
ular session, and .
providing for(extraordinary I and cause and you are hereby sumo -
f session to perform re- nivnta. ordered and required to DU I / I <: -- ,-:0.. ; ...;.;;: : 6'-' -. -
.pplrth"nmt'nLhould the legislature your wrtttea wer or defenses tc: i
tall io reapportion the representation the complaint aIn said cause in th
fa the Legislature at any office of the Clerk of the above
regular: cession as jt ]aired the named Court ia the County CourtHouse
Governor or the, Legislature: itself In Starke Florida on or,lie-
shall cull the Legislature into extraordmary fore October 1. .,..9. and to serve s
se-Kion to perform, it-trop) ) thereof uonn ttollm \'. i-niBbt;:
duty within thirty days after ad- attorney whose adores: (
-. ,irnment. Xo other business shall ". Mark. J-Iorh'-a,."nor before eai i<
je transacted during such sessiun 4I.at&.otherwiJf' 4+e r tie pro cunfs>'4
Highest Octane Ever Offered sad the st-siion shallnot recessfur will be entered fou.

.uore than seventy-two hours, .raThis erder !!bill fib Dahlia>< qfi4f66y"iHE
ct-p that after a period of sixty weekly' fw.Xour consecutive week:
Cities Service days from the date the eztaordin- in Pradford County Telegraph, i
> cry _8ion is .;convened the Gov; e duly qualified newspaper publishet"witness
nor may by ptaolamatjon. of the ;
.nt.7. ,
.... '-....-. t. Legislature may by concurrent roes my hand and the seal o.
"'<,'<'A.0. '. ...... .. ulutioB. recess, the. Legislature to said Court at Starke, Florida, thi:!
a .future .date. .r adjourn tUeLeglxUtore Tt OPENING OFFROWN'S
may 26th < ) sine die. i COURT SEAL
iW : Aj; te) Kepresriuat, of a newly l CIRCUIT!Is1! CHARLlCS A. DARBY

c.Ttat..dounty..A newly created Clerk .f sad Court '
countj- *\e'ae representative in 87: 4t JrTfc

........ .. .' $ t"- :::' the House of Repre.entallvesans
.. / til the
""ii '<"'N.>>>'<<.Y Apportionment JJordk .
: and ontM that Time it shall be part Ur limit: Crmrt Of. lit .,..
r-.dlefal 'n-wlt.
of such adjoining senatorial district twhlb
Here's a gasolene whose name may be imitated but whose as the Legislature shall deter- .Vmr Bradford (..... !. Clmaaen
quality remains unsurpassed. jasolene with well over. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF Dfllie Tallies and Lula, O. Varnet

100 octane! I have hereunto set my hand his wife.'-Plalritiffs.', Thomas Dixon

Now in Cities Service 100 Plus; get the and aXIir. d the Great Seal e! al.i Defendants.NOTICE tun-
new you x (:Seal:: ) of the State of Florida at OP

highest octane, the finest performance In automotive Tallahassee the Capital thu. TBE STATE Of FLORIDA WAU.WOR"H.bolt' TO: :

history. not just power and_longer mileage, but everyworthwhile D Ute. 1st 1959.day of t September. A. .WA LOOJL.2.residence is Hampton, Brid REFRIGERATIONFORMERLY

protective feature that can be built into a R. A. GRAT ford County Florida U.S.XS.and, wb N.aaay s
Secretary of State mailing
i motor fuel! t Sept..18. IT-. t %- Maria'Transoort: Lines York 1Broavway. 1. ,
If want the ultimate m luxury performance,you New York. .:
you and EARLDIN1 -
I. The Clremlt.... of D..rj FRED WHIDDEN I
i want Cities Service new 100 Plus. one of three superb .(.....t7. Fl.rrda, I. Cka.eery. 1VHTDIWJS.w.f*. whosedentx re'i
Williams ,Plaintiff v.. Dade County Florida an : ( OLSON'S)
l jury n
fuels Cities Service stations.
at Flor
,. David Williams. Defendant. .whose mailing address Is clo: I 1

norice OF SUIT Power Light Company ill !
i j. ioa DrxO alto 226 S. Walnut Street Phone WO 9-1121
'B The Name Of The State X>f ami. FJori THOJIAS DXSON. ,an'dl,
Florida; To: fcavmi AS THOMAS
You drive with/ the best David Williams, 311: -A Elisabeth EDAT PIXON.alsn kaown a s |
e ; Cant 7 Georgia "ETiAT. :O:' Ills wife, reatdeacankncwn
M AofbAlabbamka JOHN F. DAVIS and ,1
; .& Stat ;
by every est 1"l'IseR at Atmore, Alabama; H. DAVIS. his wife resldnce! anfcno d COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION
You art hereby notified that a salt 1 **: JOSEPH O. HAYNES an,
when you tfriv far divorceaid custody -of child wn CtQROJA;: A. .UAYNESE his wlfre5d f.
has been brought against you by' .nce unknown: .
Mary Winim la the above etylCourt ed ,also known air JOHN XcWBCB -
with Cities Service and cause! and you are'her and, MAXDY )ilcWUBB.1
hv summoned ordered and requiredtv so known as MANDTxMcWEBlre HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONINGOwned

CITIES SERVK me .yovr) written answer or des .iAe ce' unknown: H. W. lUll -
teases! to the complaint In ,said VEY: re.;dnee- -unknown: and (ti
canes rn the office of the Ork of: W. BARRER. residence unknowr :
the above named Court In the Cotta. and to an partiesclaim!** Intern it
ty Court House in Starke. Florida. Or r. throtigh. underor aeainst: th and Operated by George W. Brown
oa or before October 1. f55. and above named Defendant and a
SILCOX! a 14-ve..ogp'" thereof upon JtoTl" partlr having or claiming: to bat
V Knight.. plainttffs attorney .rtv ritE l. tHWor, h wr *t to tt .
wlio!'e aaarf 18 fttarte. Tlorida." onor following" df' crihed 1ar'1. lrorat"
before said dateAotherwise e in Bradford Connie FloH a, toed -.1'Commenre CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATESTtrrRrrtao
Itt the Northern (VE
Starke Fla. cree pro
aga;nut you. Nines of Section Thirty UII
This order shaUbe published. Township Seven (7)' SoutJI




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.'.Y. TTTY TTTTT TTTYi tore, was the inspiration for a'1'I Out of town guests were Mrs. Nel- daughter. Beverly and Mr. and WWTYYT9TYYTYTYY.TTYYYT9. from the Bradford County Hos- Miss Ginger Cannon and Sonny clenny Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
lovely shower at the home ofj i rcn Blocker of Lake City, Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Warren and daughter pital and do wish him a speedy Boy Guff were visitors in Jacksonville Fannie Griffis and Mrs.
i IAWIEYBy Mrs. G. W. Roberts last Friday i i Bobby Pearson of the State Farm of Jacksonville, and ,Mr. and MAXVILLE recovery.:: Mrs. Padgett has to go last Sunday. Mi'lard Strickland were: visitors
; light After playing several,,I Mrs. Lonnie Harley, Mrs. George Irs- Leslie Bradley and familyof over to see him every day. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis and in Jacksonville Monday.Mr. .
toga T.VotckAAAAAAALAALAALAAAAALAAAA games. Miss Harley opened the!I Kersey and Mrs. W. M. Smith all Kingsley Lake. Sin. C.B. Nolanaauauauuauatiuu Dan Hargnne and daughter, many beautiful gifts. Delicious refreshments -, of Staike. Mrs. Marion Tucker and familycf By Minnie, and MrsEdna Manningand with relatives here last Thursday. Dinsmore visited relatives and
were served to the 45' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren hada Jacksonville were Friday guests & a son T. L-, spent last weekend Kyle Cannon and daughter. Ginger friends here last week enroute to
Bursts present. Hostesses for the nf Mr. and Mrs. Earl.Teston and in Winter Garden with Mr. were business visitors in Starke to a Fellowship meeting.
Bridal Shower ? guests during the week Mrs.Lna Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon
occasion were members of the family. Mrs. Tucker's' brother. and Mrs. R. C. Dillard and family. Jacksonville last Monday. Others attending the meeting in
Miss Jackie Harley whose marriage : 'Belle Warren and Mr. and visited in Jacksonville Saturday
Woman's Society of Christian Henry Tanner, returned home Miss Minnie Hargroves, Miss I :Mrand Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Starke Monday night were Mr.
to Arnold Q. Smith of Starke Mrs. Quinton Warren of Valdosta. with their son-in-law and daughter -
the. Ginger Cannon and Mrs. Edna Daughter. Karen and Mrs. Randolph and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon and
with her for -
trill be an event of the near fu- SI.: ice of the Methodist Church. :G?. Mrs. Victor Appleby and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Godwin.Mr. .
Mrs. E. M. Futch and son Manning of Glen St- Mary were Crosby were among many family. Mrs. Fred Lang. Miss
Fioyd, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett of visitors in Jacksonville last attending dedication services of G'nger Cannon. Bobby Lambert.
SOUTHERN II I CROSSOtto0fa rrarnrt end Mrs. Dave Putney and Mrs. Jacksonville visited here with Mr. Thursday. the State Mental hospital in Mac- and Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon.
.i QUaTi.OXDESl611c" Emma Larrimore in Jacksonville.Mrs. :and Mrs. Sidney Harris and ,
.an, +rtawrl.N A.H. Sr. had daughter,Edith and Mr. and Mrs.
I.Uri0d,4 W.owes Harley as recent 111111 .I....
Harry: Padgett over the weekend.We
guests Mr. and. Mrs. W. M. I
.. ;J I? Blocker and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are very sorry to learn that :
; ". ... Blocker and'family of Lake City. Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham's father.

. i O< Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gainesville Nathan Starling, is seriously ill in i
was the Friday overnight Bradford County Hospital.Mr. .
t ( guest of her sister, Miss Elizabeth and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson
SPECIAL PRICE __ x. A tIifIlJpJi Terry. Jr. and family spent Sunday in FOR SALE
Mrs. Joyce Futch and son Ter- Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.
__ ry were weekend guests of Miss Ilarrell Davis and family. !
jm76 : Julia Futch and Mr. and f
: $ Mary We are glad to hear that Bud ft
:,.{rs. J. P. Wyrick in Tallahassee Mosley of Middleburg, father of :1i i
and the A. Z. Futch family in Mrs. Harry Padgetl has sufficiently 1I I
; each l Quincy._ recovered to .return home I
Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Padgett had
r ,\1+ Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.J. .
.. llpl K lot_>1- W. Padgett and family of Or- 3 HOUSES S 'J
,, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosier .
flown ,9 a+,'lUll fuflllrlltlr," mud family of Palatka visited his I I I I

; lather, Britt Rosier and brothers ,
: +Ii 14::4cz :(
I "
: ) C"dric and Ray and their I
.. %!;4 on 1. NlAtflAtt ) .... : during the weekend.
.;' lOll-WI EDGE I ? The Kirkland family reunionwas On Route U. S. 90 Located at 211 N. Walnut St., 215 N. Walnut St., and .

i ................._....... 7 held at the home'of Mr. and BALDWIN, FLA. I .
1::; .u it b .-"he,r.'. ...;wa,,.. .Mnhrrts ut Tvlrs. Arvis Kirkland on Sunday. Show Time 7:15 P.M. 135 W. Jefferson St. '.

: .. .'Id....". war witw Y41u1Y ... Outoftown guests were Mr. and
\Iis. Will LeMax and family of
-. Daytona Beach and the Wilmer Fri., Sat. Sept. 18, 19
Kirkland family of Ocala. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt
; Mat No. SC 59-52 76th Anniversary QuflMUnc and family spent Saturday with SEALED BIDS -
MaRrm & Box Spring ((3 C.L x 4 JD Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Southerland

rr in Mr.Lake and Butler.Mrs. Homer Hart and And The Spur WILL BE RECEIVED AT FLORIDA RANK AT STARKE UP TO 12
r I
HART FURNITURE CO ;daughter of Jacksonville were NOON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959
.?uiday guests of her parents Mr.
and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier.. Maria English, John Agar

: Starke, Florida Earl Lang of Tampa spent the PLUS -
I weekend with Mrs. Lavina Martin

end family.Mr. HOUSES MUST BE MOVED I i J
and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville THE RIDE BACK

spent Saturday with Mr. NOT LATER THAN DEC. 10 1959
DOLLAR DAYS and Mrs. L. S. Tanner and family.Mr. Anthony Quinn, Wm. Conrad I ,
and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and
daughter of Jacksonville visited
Mrs. Susie Prevatt on Saturday.Mr. Sun., Mon. Sept. 20, 21 I
Always First Quality / and Mrs. Ellen Redding of I I
the State Farm visited Mr. andMrs. ., WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. .
Naked ParadiseRichard
Louin Redding and daughers -
on Sunday.Mr. .
LADIES' FIRST QUALITY RAYON' and Mrs. Raymond Wil- Dmning. Beverly ..
liams of Jacksonville were Sunday Garland
Ladies' Nylon PANTIESRunProof m-ests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban

Knit in Band Leg or Elastic Mrand Mrs. Donald Wilkisonand
HOSE Leg Styling sons of Jacksonville were here The Great Man FLORIDA
for a visit with his parents Mr.
Sizes: 5, 6, 7: OUR REGULAR 49c and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison on
Full Fashioned Sunday.Mr. Jose Ferrer I Julie London

00 and Mr*. Hubert Priest and I
98c' 3 airs.
Our Regular family visited'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ----------- --
\Viliams! and cn in Lake City on
Sizes: 8 to 10: OUR REGULAR 69c Sunday afternoon- -. --.

2"Pairs $1.00 2 Pairs $1.00 Mr.Jacksonville Mrs.and Wiley Mrs.visited Smith Nathan and her family Starling parents of I STRETCH YOUR DOLLARS AT KOCH'S I

over the weekend.Mr. .
and Mrs. C. Cannon and THIS
son of Jacksonville spent Saturday
GIRL'S. rith her mother, Mrs* Mattie
Henderson. a

Children's i Cotton Knit PANTIES Perry Davis returned to his :: .
some; in Savannah Ga. .after .
sending several days here with
Combed Cotton Batiste, Bias Cut h;s grandson, Carl Vanzant and I
: :amity.Mr. II
with Double Panel Seat For Added
and Mrs. HermIe Kelly and I
Fens visited Mr-: :and Mrs. Frank t ti'i
Sizes: 0 to 12 Strength
Jones and family in Keystone
'.OUR..REGULAR 29c PAIR5Pairs x Sizes 2 to 14 / Heights on Tuesday evening.Mr. III
and Mrs. Clifton Smith of
69c Pair r
Our Regular
J? ksonvi1Ie visited Mr. and Mrs. I

$$1.00 : ,Troy Bennett on Sunday. I
Deepest sympathy is extendedto
2 Pairs $$1.00. the family of Nathan Starling. I
who passed away Tuesday at

I Biadford. Susie County Norman Hospital.Mrs. of Dinsmore. KOCH'S Takes Pride in Presenting These Unheard of Values During I!

LADIES' BOY'S LONG SLEEVE :MEN'S f spent the weekend with Mrs. O- This Great Two-Day
J Bhillips and family. Mrs. L. R. Merchandising Event .
Highnote returned to Miami on
GIRL'S SHIRTS Large WhiteHankies Monday after spending several
days with the Phillips family. 3 49 NOTEBOOK PAPER $1.00

Washable Woven Plaids Our Miss Arthurine Blanchard of
Blouses Jacksonville was the Sunday guestof
Regular $1.39 LIGHTERS l-oo
her sister Miss; Enza Blanch- .
Sizes 6 to 16 15c Each
$1.98 'Value I Regular ard.Marvin Thompson of Jacksonville BAR SET Regular $1.98 NOW $| .00
visited Mr. and Mrs. Busier

$$100 $1.00 $1.qQZE. Mrs.Bennett, Mr.Effie and last Mrs Miner Sunday.G. W.had Roberts as guests and g/yf TIMER Regular $5.95 Value, Now Only $1.00 I

during! the week Mr. and Mrs. 1
IE George Roberts and family and I 3CELL FLASH LIGHT with Batteries $1.00 I
Ichn Roberts of Jacksonville, and
Miss Mary Ann Motes of Leesburg YES YOUR DOLLAR

., Shorts Undershirts Out AT KOCH'S THIS WEEKEND. I
Nylon R. f ore cdV"h't e Our or Regular 69c 1 SHEAFFER CART. PEN $$1 .oo

Sizes 6 fb 16: Our Regular 79c Of

2Forl.00 2 For 1.00 The BOTTLES ELECTRIC BAR-B-Q STARTER, Reg 3.95 $1.00 I

:i mm PastA Only $1.00 II

3 CELL 3 CANNON TOWELS Now Only $1.00
much-beloved teacher. Miss
STRETCHSOCKS Olive Ray ,retired in 1934 after FLASHLIGHTSEXPANSION $2.00 BOUDOIR HANGERS Only $1.00
teaching in the county for 33

FALL GOODS yearsShe recalled that when she 4 KITCHEN TOWELS .
started her career, around 1900, Only $1.00
teachers were paid $40
ARE ROLLING IN ml)11thand the school term was per I WATCH BANDS Come In and See Our $1.00 Counter BIG VALUES!

BOYS: OUR REGULAR 49c & 59c only four months long! The eight
,z: Make Your Selection: Early I nonths ofvacation time were

Pairs ucoaid. Miss Ray figured that Three Registered Pharmacists on duty in order to serve yon best. With our large volume of prescription
"l' she had taught more than 2,000
$1.00 USE EAGLE'S youngsters during her teaching business we bay most of our drags from the factory. Thus we assure you freshest drugs at lowest prices..

CONVENIENTLAYAWAY dr\ys. Modern conveniences were
MESS: OUR REGULAR 69c unknown in the schools.of those
days. In cold weather the teacher KOCH DRUG STOREPHONE
often built a fire in'the stove her-
.2 Pairs $$1.00 And Remember you can self, but some boy in the class
was always willing "to fetch a
EAGLEt WO 4-4401
CHARGE IT AT bucket of water from J, G. Alvarez \I
I well for drinking proposes." :::.-

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