Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03498
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Julian C {I, .

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I I t tI Lineup Changes


Engage iI j.i I Be Made

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I Famous ArchitectThe I Ii i,I, For Bolles Game ,

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Starke Golf and Country I I Coach Lennard Register is contemplating -

Club Inc. moved rapidly toward I I Last Minute Rush i a couple of cha gesin a F

realization of its final goal this the BHS starting lineup against
I On Drivers Permits # f
week after having secured land Bolles Friday night He said I

for the construction of a course Expected By ClerksClerks ,. ,. 2 I Neil Phillips might start in place I .

, and club. cl ailing Hank Graham at left .t{ -
country :
I Ix j j 5 : c _
I President Clyde Terwillegar' [ in the office of the guard, but decided to wait until 1 ; it q -ywis

Bald the corporation had engaged : county judge said this week game time to name either Richard

the services of R. Albert Anderson i that sale of 1960 driver permits Dugger or Tombo Smith at left a

noted golf architect from'j had"slowed greatly during the 3 halfback. Graham has been ill
I Sarasota, and that Anderson had' last few days. They asked that II for several days, and just returned -I

already submitted preliminary I the ,licenses be bought now in I to practice Wednesday. _

sketches showing the hyont for! order to avoid a frantic last The remainder of the lineup will!

the clubhouse and a par 72. 18- minute rush. I + I be the same as that for the Mac-': r _

hae course. I The permits can be purchased clenny game: Lary Elder and Tom!: t. 'I

Surveyors are making a final, in the south hall of the i Clark ends; Allen Crews and Ce- _

check on property lines, and Ter-, courthouse from 8:30 to 5:00 cil Leach, tackles; John Miller I _

willegar said construction of the' o'clock weekdays and until noon center; Ronald Crawford, right

first nine holes might begin: un-I Saturday. The last day of sales I guard; and Harvey Tanner. Sam

der Anderson's supervision within Ij! will be next Wednesday, the Gardner and Johnny Devore in the

a week's lime.Anderson i day that present permits ex- backfield with either Dugger or .

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will have complete Smith. jt" ',..,
I .\ similar request. wa presented 1 1r'r I BHS, > ._
charge of men and equipment on Don Widegren, former
the office of the tax I
the job. He will furnish part of,i by player from Keystone Heights _
the equipment and the rl'maindl'rI I collectorlirre 1960 beverage will start at one of the end posi-

is expected to be volunteered by and occupational licenses are tions for Bolles. He will be joined i -
I now on sale' Only 66 licenses I
local industries. ] by end Wilbur Trafton. tackles

A member of the National Golf:!1 had been r'ne\\M through Gregory Dean and Bob Atkinson _

Architect's Association, Anderson 1j j!, Tuesday out of more than 300 I I MI guards John Yaun and Ray Dor- .

is considered one of the top men that were sold last )'t'ar. These I man quarterback Mullins McLeod.. .

in his field.we has built Venice!( licpnos must be purchased on l fullback John Offut and halfbacks IYy 2a 4 f+ T. Y
I I or before Oct. I. at 5 F b; :
Lake Country Club' Venire, Fla.; p.m. 4 Bobby Dunlap and Arthur Mosley.
t trr
and Lehigh Acres, Fort Myers, The Bolles line is husky from

Fla. withmg the past year. tackle to tackle with guard Yaun

The course and country club/ the smallest man in the middle at
Commission Backs
will be constructed on a 140-acre'' 170 pounds. The other interior i

site purchased; by the golf corporation linemen are all 180 pounders.

last week from Mr. and Mrs.

H. B. Peyton. It is located be- Engineer On .,
NewJ Scoreboard -......
tween. SR-16 and SR-230.:: --- ._ .. -
The first nine holes to be _
structed will have a total lengthof con- Street Decision To Be Uncovered __I1---U--

3.325 yards. The holes will

be the following sizes (par figures I Bolles GameWhen Halftime Scenes At Macclenny 85-Yard Strike
in parentheses): 1 Merrill McMillan, civil engineer J

One. 370 yards, (4))); two, 240;,engaged by the county to inspect I the Bradford High Torna- Attention was divided as Bandmaster Elden Matthews led

yards ((3)); three. 520 yards ((5)): streets in the Keystone Estates does take the field against Bolles the Tornado band in a spirited tune at Macclenny Friday

four 200 yards ((3)); five, 500;otvelop.nent the Board, received of the backingof Still Growing? of Jacksonville for their first home night. Some spectators watchd the band some<<: stared intently Turns The Tide
County Commissioners -
yards (5)); six 420 yards, 4)1) l ,I.game of the season fans will be I
Monday night when he I at the field and some just seemed to be "way out"In
seven 360 yards, ((4)); eight 380 re- i treated to something new. The I
yorted on a recent conference "For this time of it's the'tallest the bottom photo members of the Tornado squad and
yards, ((4)); nine, 320 yards; ((4)), year Bradford Boosters Club"will unveil BHS end Tom Clark broke a slow-dragging football! game
'nth representatives of the company I've ever grown" Gene several of the fame officials ready to take the field for the

: that} built the streets and Crosby, Brooker farmer said as the' new electric Scoreboard short and second half. Halfback Marion Cottle [1171], looks on as Irwin wide open Friday night when he gobbled up a Macclenny

County Fair ihc engineering firm that designed he displayed this 9-foot long sugar! ]present it ,to the school to game in a time. Martin and Tom Clark 47, t'uhanrhandshakes.. The player fumble on the first bounce and raced 84 yards for a third

them. j i cane in front of The Telegraph office -.''ceremony just prior quarter touchdown. Fullback Sam Gardner and halfback
Cattle Another innovation will be alagraising at the ,extreme right is Richard Dugger. Only minutes after

Entries McMillan said Duval Engineerin ': last week. : [ ceremony by American the kickoff Clark scooped up a Macclenny_ fumble: _-and went Johnny Devore added icing to the cake with other second,

? Co. of Jacksonville had agreed i Mr. Crosby said this is a hyforid''II half TD) the Tornadoes came to life for a 21-0 victory.
Must I Legion: .Post 56, which will becomea 81 yards for the first score of the game. s as
Be Tested I to do a first rate patching I variety that has been grown around : this
feature of all games Neither team had been able tot 1
job on bad sections of the streets Brooker for 18 years but ,i: .crossed the 50. because he had a
Adults who intend to enter show i 'car. *ffp a concerted drive going during of five blockers and the
and had offered to put up a one this is the tallest he has ever seen Art Hol- convoy
President first half
cattle in the County Fair during: I Booster Club the Macclenny
I year maintenance bond, but he it get in September. "It still has collections 'stunned Macclenny 'team didn'teven
the week of Oct. 19 are remindedto ]liday reported Monday r o'reatened several timpsThe
said that he and his another: month to grow and r try to catch him. Sam
contact Livestock Committee! associate 1 in the Scoreboard fund '.; : F.aker High boys drove deep into
Dick Willits would still recommend :should reach 10 feet he said : mark toward Gardner rambled off the rightsde
Chairman George Huggins as soon! : had passed the $1,000 BHS territory after the opening .
that the streets be com- '' Each stalk of this oversize cane' and / for the point'after
as possible. Htiggins said this: : the $1,600 Scoreboard Band. < tirkoff was returned to near midI
pMcly resurfaced. :hould yield two quarts of juice The Tornadoes looked like anew
week that all cattle to be shown :I 'that he hoped to see the board '-ld. They went for a first' down and Macclenny seemedto

must have a Bangs disease and In informal conversation. Com-I,Mr. Crosby Baia.1OOFamily. ;aid for this season through the I a w" f ;t on the first play:: from scrimmage, lose team heart after the big break.

TB test sometime within tie 30-:'ssioners Harold Norman H. A. j i 'sale; of Booster Club memberships Boosters then pulled BHS offt-idefe ort a ; Dopson returned the kickoff to

day period preceding the fair.Seeher i Bishop Jr., Lawton Crawford and|I Survey Ej\d Booster cushions which are fourth down shift to punt formation his own 35. but macclenny lost
,M O. Harrell commended McMil- currently being sold by Booster and got another first down :
general chairman 4 I'' the ball on a first down fumble.
for the American Legion i'in for his! work and told him to 1 Planned By Local Club members- Ready on the Tornado 32. I l
;They" took over on downs again on
sponsored\ fair said this week that'handle the matter at his own discretion r. Holliday urges all interested "? Halfback Larry Dupree carried'twice their 40. after the Tornadoes were

more interest is !ihrmc shown and for the best interestso Cancer supporters to be present Friday -. \ .r for another first on the BHS ,
:; in Society Drink unable to move but BHS got another
the fair this year than ever before ; the county. The Commissionersdid I night at the ceremonies prior to I ,,, 22, but the Tornado line came to : fine break when.center John
not submit a formal motion on and he wishes to expressine
and he expects to see a record! the matter. I i The Bradford County chapter of game of -the Booster Club to I 4 life and slowed down the advance. 'vUler. broke through to block a
number of exhibits entered the thanks Stand Tte ball finally going over on' recovered
in : held: ku-k: and Hank Graham
the American Cancer Society be present. }
Before adjourning, the Board all those who downs on Bradford's 19-yard line. .
"show window of the county. | a luncheon meeting at the Garden ;;011 the Macclenny 30-
briefly discussed the possibility of ) BHS then mounted a 56 yard
Some of the exhibits to be I
lead-I offensive
to select Drvcre sparkling
remodeling the courtroom and also Friday Must Renew 1.t- drive for three first downs. GardIner !
shown are: field corn sugar ('ant'.i ers for a 100-family cancer survey!Juveniles ft'r..J P"j oei former all night, carried for 10
discussed hiring a county engineer ; picked up 21 yards in three'carries 1
livestock, farm safety, honey bees Imeat i to be taken during & two week Restricted PermitsOr yards but a clipping penalty set
to I I'pl'riod ''
identification and omaml'nt.l' be retained at a nominalfee and Devore chipped in ::4'In
to Nov. 15. the ball back to the 35. Gardner
and to be available when the prior : five carries before Gardner
al horticulture. The local Take Examination Y1.
4-H and I Mrs. Martha Snellen. Bradford cot back 10 and Devore got 13
county was in need of engineering ,
tumbled and Macclenny recovered
FFA chapters will also have ex-' and a first down on 13 yard line.
aovice. No action was taken on County Health Department nurse. 14 and 16 1 George Kauimann. chairman of the Band Boosters Association on their own 25.Second i
hrbits and a special naval exhibit) of Juveniles between then punched across in
and Mrs. TJ. Alderman jQsrdner
has been arrayed: by Robert Me- '!either matter. I volunteered for the years of age who do not renew I concession committee, does a bit of painting and cleanup Fumble I I|, two plays' for the second touch-

Intyre. director of the Chamber' Also present at the meeting were :, tasks Hampton and will attend an orienta- their restricted driver permits by work as he readies the stadium stand for tomorrow nijht's Macclenny was unable to gain I':.dorrn<< and'Marion Cottle ran for

of Commerce. I Clerk Charles Darby and County September 30. will be required to game. end Gerald Dopson punted to the the extra point.
I tion of leaders in|I
II I Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. Mrs.II I Jacksonville Oct.survey 21 where they!I take a regular examination before The stand offers hot dogs, soft drinks popcorn,. candy and 'BUS 38. Richard Dugger lost the I The third quarter e.ded as Mc'tlenny -

Jessie Chastain commissioner+ they can get a ,new license.In coffee with all proceeds used to purchase uniforms for the p: skin after a six-yard return,' returned the kickoff 10
will receive instruction in the
ALL OUT! I.'iom the Hampton district was i proper method of selecting and I previous years' the Depart- BHS Band. 4 new coffee! maker has been installed to handle and Billy Morris, 225 pound Macs I 1[raids to its own 35.
not "of Safety had permitted cl tackle recovered for his
present. "
I interviewing families for the sur ment Public the large demand! for' !50mrthin hot on cold ..evenings.The nny 1 t( Stage Set
14 to 16 year team's second break.
FIRST : i delinquent I I Band Boosters. express their appreciation. to Florida ;i Gerald Dopson. a constant Mac-
HOME the required couldn't get his boys going however -
by paying
Committee vey.The olds! to renew Pest Control for' > to
Cooking will at least This 'spraying their stand and to the Florida tck nny threat drove his team
survey require delinquency fee. and the teams exchanged a
i Theatre which/will once again supply all the a-first down on the BHS 44, but
will .popcorn.Presbyterian
I who
15 volunteer workers discontinued.
GAME II Named For Farm practice has been couple of punts- as play hovered l lost the ball CP' downs at this
contact six or more families dur- The department reemphasizedthat near the middle of the field. Both ,
when he started missing on
Bureau MeetingThe J point
I ing the survey period. This will any youth who renews a restricted I teams started throwing as the. z series of pass plays. The stage

BHS be part of one of the largest license! jmd then becomes Men Shine Cars Will Sell :Ia"f': closed. Dopson hit fullback
vs. BOLLES all-important "cooking com- was set for the final BHS scoring
health surveys ever conducted, 16 later simply has the restriction To Meet Oct. 1 Gary Fraser on the sidelines for
mittee" has been announced for At October AuctionThe play when Cottle and halfback
I and will reach some 30,000 fam- :rifled-and the sense so stamped a 20 yard gain on the prettiest
Bureau annual meetingand Smith picked a first
the Farm jlombo up
in 42 counties of this state extra charge-after sue- At MontgomeryMore play of the night, but the
at pass
FRIDAY NIGHT fish fry to be held at the,tches I. no Board! of County.Commissioners down at the Baker High 45.
alone. The will continue a regulardriver's still I
study cssfully completing half ended with Macclenny
will sell five automobiles. the
State Farmers Market Saturday.Its < Tanner then lost two on
: fpr six and is than 30C Presbyterianlayleaders 2u from dirt.
:1 j annually years test. : yards away
8:00 P.M.: members are J. R. Wainwright and ministers four butane gas cylinders and two pay option play, but the loss was canceled
Titus Olson,i, part of the ever expanding research are expectedat :, Briggs and Station gasoline en- The Tornadoes started out the the next down.
i J. C. Sapp. on
of the American the fall rally of the Men of the
Billy Noegel and Maurice Ed:i program 12 Counties Escape Church of the Suwannee Presby- gme water pumps at the county second half as if they were determined i i. Devore crwsedcom his right

wards. Jr. Cancer Society ,jail Monday. Oct. 5, at noon. to threw the game away. hail spot and went off his own
I Deaths tery to be held Thursday Oct. 1, I
The cooks will serve up fish I This will be the first major at Crystal ; All items offered were capturedin fanner fumbled on the first play lelt tackle on a belly play He cut
Camp Montgomery on
This Space Contributed from 5:30 to 6:30 after which thE j i project of the new year for the 12 Florida Lake moonshine raids, and will be from scrimmage after Dugger had sharply back to his right, pickedup
Farm Bureau members will elect t local group which, went 80 percent Bradford was one Dr. B. Frank Hall pastor of'rsold to the highest bidder The returned the kickoff 24 yards to 'a downfield block and outran

Weekly to Publicize a new board of directors composedof I over its 1959 goal for cancer counties that had no traffic deathsin Pcarsall Memorial Presbyterian automobiles include two Oldsmo- the BHS 34. Macclenny recovered 1 tw Macclenny tacks to the cornerof ,

members. The director I) funds when it turned in Jl.'SOO; the first half of 1959. Others and went for a first on the 16 touchdown territory.
Community Events by nine Chiuxh...Wilmlngton..N. C. will be tiles, one Mercury, one Plymouthand
will elect their own officers. |although its, goal was set at $1- -,ere Charlotte. Citrus DeSoto principal speaker. The program. yard line. Tom Smith added the extra

President Foster Shi Smith saic 11000.| Franklin. Gilchrist Hamilton. beginning with a dinner at 6:30p one Chevrolet in models Lightning Strikes point on a runnmg play.
record achieved from 1949 to 195L The Then lightning struck as quart- BHS had the ball in Macclenny
THE COMMUNITY least 300 excellent was ranging .
at of-
he expected persona Hardee, Holmes Lafayette, and m., will include election of
BANKOF I to attend the annual affair. Members under the leadership of Chair ficers. I automobiles usually sell for about. rack Dopson lost_ the baIl on a ;territory again and was startinga
STATE man. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar and Wakulla. f handoff. Clark was there when fourth drive to the goal whenI
of the Cattlemen '
about the it !
Suwannee $50 each same thing
In other nearby counties the The Presbytery includes the ball bounced and he had ended.
and their families as well a: I Co-chairman, Mrs. P. G. Ft lo! an;I >!! iame

STARKE I I a number of special guests hav
.I been,1nvited. 1 Continued on Page 6] Clay 3, Baker 2, and Union 1. and Central Florida counties. them. cutting back to his left as he [Continued on Page 6]


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Mrs. left Tuesday] Mrs. G. H. Bennett and
: Adolph Gay son, the soil in good condition. da. at 10:30 A. )f, October %7. 1959, Awnings beginning on the Northwest frame and gauge of metal to be

I t by plane for Long Branch N. J.. Stanley, and Betty Ann Connor Requests for soil conservation the following described land in Corner of Lake Avenue onl) used.
tI "Bradford County Florida to-wit: State Road No. ton in the Town of, The awning shall be erected as
I I II. to visit her son-in-law and daugh-j were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. H srrveys were made by Ray A. XEU of SEA of Section 16, Laa-tey including, the dgorway ofj to.State Road Department Speefr*

I(left PFC and T. rs. E E. Tanner, Boree in Jacksonville Sunday. ''alatar; S. b. Crews and -H. II ToVtBip 7 SoUlh Range 22 East, a b'lIildinlowned by Mrii> BondleGriffis fic&tions.
!I. 40.0C acres. and run down the Rest Side I An? additional information regarding -
Jr. and baby son. Mrs. Lex Green is convalescingat ReddishTheir land lines have Sealed, mailed bids will be opened of State Road No. 200 to the end I : these bids mar be obtained

,. Merrill Edwards and employeesof home following a minor operation been located in aerial photograpfe and read at the sale the highest to of property owned by Mrs. Maude at the Clerk'a Office hi' the Court-

t I II II the Tom, Houston.. Peanut Co. in the Alachua General Hospital and a request for a soil Survey b., darting bid for public auction. Rod The-n.project hYn at
Mated l bids will be received by State engineer will tell the SEAL)
N c NEVrs I c-f Jacksonville were deep sea fish on Monday.Fall has been made. Land Office, Room ))4. State low bidder the time when these awnings Chance. Parby.

last Friday and The District's mower is sun Capitol Tallahassee Florida. J-iwlI be r"movf'd.Pat4'hilljl' Clerk Circuit! Court
ing off Cedar Key Flowers and Garden Seed-
I The successful bidder is, to pay and painting of the fronts Bradford County. FloridaIt
'.r .. ,_ _._._,_ _,_,_,_ _._._r_ _._ ..... _._ rIir Saturday. at Sistrnnk's., busy. Those using the mofrer the cost of advertising and documentary t-t said buildings beginning at the 9X42t IOIt'

I :Mr. and Mrs. E. T. VoetlV.of! Miss Mary,, Ellen,,.Spence of were: D. E. Nettles, Lee GShirley ten, stamps. -- .
Mrs. Lucile Davis spent last Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish The sale, If and when made, shall )
ofi I Iwr. Lakeland spent Sunday to Thurs- Jacksonville was a weekend guestof Johnson and Jack Parker. be subject to the Board reserving when
neck with Mr. and Mrs. H. G- Webster: were weekend guests of needRELIABLE
day with their daughter, :Mrs. C. Mrs. George W. Bishop, III. The waiting list,is; Lucian phosphate I you
Davis, Jr. in.Gainesville.Miss and Mrs. Logan Baldv..in.Mrs. I
1. Dent and while Mr Mrs. J. C. and Conner, B. Buckholtzer, John
family Talley son Billy
Charlotte Gay of Tampa J. D. Warren and Mrs. R. per cent of the petroleum thereon
Dent spent Saturday to Wednesay Wells, and :Mr. and Mrs. Edgar IukesHarry,Green, and Red Em- or thereunder. I
weekend of Mrs. E. L. B. Cauffman are the '
vas a guest attending manuel. The State. Board of Education reserves -
I! in Pulaski, Va. attending Wells of Jacksonville were Sunday GAS SERVICE'
Cox and family. They had as Junior Woman's Club state board Reddish'used the right to reject any and
funeral of his grandfather, B. B. guests of Mr. and Airs. M. C. WHHe the Dis all bids.
Saturday visitor, Mrs. L. B. Sappof I meeting in Pensacola Wednesdayto Wells. trict's chopper en new land which BY ORDER of the State hoard
Jacksonville. of Education of the State of Florida. THINK
Friday. OF
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Douberly of Mrs. O. W. Kramp and Mrs.. H. he will plant to bahia pasture. LeRoy Collins SLADE GAS
A1CFloyd K Crosby, Jr. whoas
Mrs. Clara Leaman spent the Governor :
Park weekend guest W. Moyer of Jacksonville were
Avon were
stationed in Alaska the past week at near Hen- WRGR Employees ATTEST: Thos. D. BailySuperintendent -
past Kanuga
I cf Dr. and Mrs. C. J.Houpt. visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. W. of i \
year, is. home on month's furlough aersonville, N. C. attending theI of Public Instruction TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR W
Mrs. Honor New
after. which he will reportto Ffank Laubach's "Farthest Mr. and Roy Dewberry Strickland and family Sunday. Manager 24-5t-19/22; I

MacDill AFB in Tampa. camp 801 Frances St. had as their Lawns: Vertagreen, Ore-Tone PHONE WO 4-3551

Out" (S.F.O.). guests this week Mr. and Mrs lit Sistrank's., Toe emp1.9jec3 of radio station NOTICE TO DFFEM1n .
Purchase any model of Singer Circuit Court Bradford C...tr.Florida .
Sewing Machine At Denmark :Mr. and Mis. V. V. Hazen were Ernest Dearing of Shannocfc, R. Mrs. George W. Bishop, m will WRGR gave a 'cookout" last : IB ("......r,..

Furniture Co. tf Saturday evening supper guests L Mr. Doering is Mrs. Dewber- return to her home in Grundy Thursday evening at the C. L. C..e :\.. 12-:'"
Raphael Campbell, ...
Plaintiff .
Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price and of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell in ry's brother. Va. on Friday after a week's visit Dent's, 355, N. St. Clair street, Statue Leg Campbell Defendant, vs. r- =-==- .

eon. Mark, of Highland View spent BroOker.Mr. Replace your old sewing machine with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. honoring their new station manager NOTICE TO APPEAR
To Mattie. tee ,
;. Campbell whose;
last week with Mr. and Mrs. M. i and Mrs. Will Shawver and belt with a new Singer Belt Lex Green. Will Shawver and Mrs. es'.dence and address is: Unknown.You ; \\\\ll-\\\1i\ \

B. Jordan.Mr. four children have rented an a- from Denmark Furniture Co. tf Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden of Shawver. are .hereby notified that a ?
suit for: divorce has been filed against I
and Mrs. Glen Stanley and partment at 624 N. Church street. Mrs. Fred Snell and Mrs. Walk- Opalocka were visiting their THE RIGHTOLN? for theTray you in the above named Court ....

baby and Miss Anna Ruth Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and rr Wood will be hosts tonight daughter, Mrs. X. M. Smith and and cause, and you are required toserve """" -
you write. Gome in and se. of to the 4x ( :' --.. --
were weekend guests of Mr. and family spent several days this (Thursday) at a stork shower in family from Thursday to Tuesday. a copy your answer g ., .
led your favorite, ESTERBROOK complaint on the Plaintiff Attornf' ':. ., .... ; # ", ,..: !!<
Mrs Floyd Crosby. week with Mrs. Harold Ford at honor of Mrs. David Bachman at Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and Mr. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAML ) E. tf. Perryman Starke.Florida ..... N.. ."')ff.x._'_._" ..i..<:' .,;:.J:t.. .: : ..:s ..

Mrs. Mary Reddish of Lawtey, Merritt Island. the Snell home on Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli will return and. file the original in the ; I
flfr'e. of the Clerk of the Circuit 1

who suffered a slight heart attack Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat jean O. Simpson Sr. of Washington Sunday from ten days visit .,.,,- P......a NOTICE..f (On..ntv nmmi "lon- Court on ()r before the 2 ti day of
is staying with her daughter, D. C. is visiting Mrs. R. S. with relatives in Reynoldsville Pa. !< October. 1959: otherwise!' the allegations / -
Denmark Furniture Co. tf ers cf Bradford County Florida will of said Complaint will betaken
Mrs. Logan Baldwin and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Bachmanof Fernandez.SP5 Rev. Pr H. Byrd of Twin City, '. 10 the highest bidder at 1S:00 ai' confessed by you.

Baldwin in Starke. Lake this Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr., Ga. spent the weekend with Sheriff o'clock) Noon on :Monday October This notice shall be published!!
Kingsley are moving
5. 19J3 the following described at orce *ach wek. forfour consecutive
TUPLIP BULBS, Holland week to Belle Glade; where Mr. son of Mrs. Margaret W. Davis and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. Crn.gty .hlt. weeks in the Bradford County Tele FRYERSH

Si own-At Sistrunk's.The Bachman an employee of the of Starke, returned to his new Mrs. N' B. Rosier and son. Bill One 1960 Oldsmobile 4-door sedan graph.Dated.
s cylinder, color-light blue ID No. I this 22 day of September,
First Christian Church State Prison, will work at the duty station at Ft. Benning, Ga. visited; Mr. and Mrs., R. S. Johns SA5JM98 H. 1959 Florida LicenseNo. 'I' 1939..

morning; circle- had, a1 luncheon Belle Glade Prison. where' he will attend Officers and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andrews 45-1053, Florida Title No. (SEAL) j
:9:>1'>Cl. At per 'a'f' No. 8J69.Gr. ('3ARLES.
meeting- last, Thursday at the Candidate School. Upon success- .in Lake Butler Tuesday.Mr. .
: 1949 Oldsmobile 88. ID Xo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie and Clerk of the Circnit Court LB
home of Mrs- Margaret Blanken- .ful completion of OCS, he will be 1 and Mrs. Garl! Mathews SA-141Z11. 1S59 Fla. License Xo.4SV.914 By Marian U (Crosby : C
daughter, Janet, of Lake City ,,
commissioned 2nd Lieutenant. dinner of Mr. ; Deputy Clerk i
fliip. vere Sunday guests
were Sunday evening supper I I 4 Butane Gas! Crlinders. Serial 944110115!: ,
Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and I Specialist Aspinwall entered the and Mrs. Bruce Mathews in Xo. f2I07 42. L 2 IISJ6R, and TPT. IF
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long from 80R4S( dT'Ct!: OF !stn! '
U. S. Army graduation Gainesville.
children and- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. R. P. upon One Brif r! & Stratton Gasoline TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to

Lorjmer. Jr. of Jacksonville were McLendon are spending the week BHS in June 1953 and has served Armour Fertilizer for all Purposes inrtnVater Pnmp. As per Case> rrlrr of the County Judge's Courtof
Chief tours-: of duty in Korea and Germany Sistrunk's.sMtSM.QBSIKKTI5. I! Xo. S1RO! I'-radfwrd: County. Florida entered -
guests over the weekend of end.with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. at One 1948 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. September' 22.. 1939, the underr'gnod -
end Mrs. D.W. Carpenter on Lake Donnel in l\C-1 I I Pli Title Xo. 4597: ?fllI, Engine Xo. ? executrix will offer for sale.
Santa Fe. 1 I :Miss Mary Henderson is attending F.\\-6Itt:! : at oublic outcry, to the highest and ,
I ; 100 ?h. bwf.ne eas crllndem.Xo best bidder for (cash the following FRESH .
1 I Florida Christian College in II 61931B. T,479173. 152486;; described property, to-wit:
1 1I Tampa. I ,..:;!>,; :!!>. r,43M91: L556611: and Lot 3. 4. Z and 6. of Block 2 PORK SHOULDER 29c '
LSS55569.t.e.! of Lawtejr, Bradford County. -
I BULBS! BULBS! BULBS! I fJ5tratt'n GasolineEngine Florida, as per plat thereof rectorrted -
Wash Fluff Dryer I Easter Ulles. Gladioli, Glory with T>an<*a attached Serial );0. 139484.! 3 thereof of the current public
OCc Plenty Parking. Space <| fkc. LIlY; Callaa Atnenwns, Kairuncu-' : .'c per <"0> .., Vt 7t'" recordV of Bradford ?County, SIRLOIN STEAK -

.L V" los at-Sistrunk's. One 1949 11"rl'ury.door.,coupe.. Florida; with its tenements,
"" .
of 4; K hereditaments" and appurtenances -
: Mr. and-Mrs> J. L. Fleming
Soil. Conservation gine No. 9CM 86600. Title Xo.Ae ,....situate in Bradford> County. ,
: Live:Oak-were weekend guests z:9: : 62. Florida:
j I. BONE.
STARKE LAUNDRY Mr. and-Mrs. Ben MizelL per case Xo. 8182 at the South front door of the LBQC
One 1931: Plvnvmth Coiioe. 1959 County Court House in Starke,
:Mr. and'Mrs. Robert Byrd' and NEWSBy Fla. License Xo. 11-69X8. Motor Xo. nra<1 ford.: County. Florida at 4:00cWV :

I children of Hightstown, N: J. 'U6114.; Title Xo. 317706S.
1: KOIN; KM LAUNDERETTE: were last Friday visitors of Mr. Soil Conservation Bill Haas .Se(SEAL i'... case ,"0. 8183. Jewell i IJxecutrlx: T. Roberts of the' Estate of ; .

and'Mrs.- David' Montgomery.Mrs. Charles A. Darby Catherine Teare. deceased. I
<"}..-' 'roiit (onrt
.- W. B: Mandy, Mrs Guy
Bradford County NOTICEThe RIBS lb. 39c.
Sale and Mrs> H. BJ; Peyton attended ______ 9'24 2t in'l Hoard ot County CommisMomrs ; -

show at the Mayflower ff.Bradford County Florida,:
: a' gift trict's in the North East corner r i.T. Ton Riga niM receive1"sealed bids. which will:1 .
< COINOPERATEDSELF Hotel'in'Jacksonvi11e'M' sf- the State was held in Green 'I'll- Rnar.il of County Ci>mTnl! sionr he cpened at 10:00 o'clock on Mon : CENTER CUT
Of Cnnntv Florid day, October 5. 1959, in the Court-
day.Mr. Cove Springs. The Counties in the Will Receive Sealed' Rids lit 10:00 snort, of the Courthouse, at Stark,[ l
SERVICE LAUNDERETTE: and i Mrs Bert McMaines Northeast area are Nassau, Ducal oviorki On Tie Morning Of October Florida; for the following described 1 PORK CHOPS or ROAST Ib 49c .
have returned from two weeks F. 1959. In the (Courtroom InThe'Conrthouae work .
; Baker Bradford, Union, Clay, Fnr The. Foll..wn r: Th. removal of Metal and Woode I I: ,
visit with' his' parents; Mr. and and St. Johns. 5 i!>/6ft; Trnk 2 Ton. V-* Motors Northwest Corner of Lake Avenn< BUSCH BAVARIAN

Mrs.: Lee McMaines in Ottumwa, At this meeting Foster* Shi not les! thin 173 horsepower. 8:23 and Stare P.oad Xo. 200, In the Tows:
T 20. ia pIT ,lr.'II.itt, single arm. of T. including the doorwa

-. OPEN 241HOURS* PER DAY la: Smith, of Starke was elected Area heayF4w49t. -' lO"t >"hpfhydr niic i h o"'ct." and fanning-dottn, ,the, wq t-aidevl i BEER 6---12 bottles 99et
Extra'Bebblas'save'time=Stock vice-president and Zedra'W.- HamIlton 7* x i?' flat be I ,'r."r axle & speed forward trSns-; pert\\ I a :lbyr Mrs. .Maude'Roden. .
np with Singer Bobbins at Denmark of Brooker, was elected mi""lon. The Erection! of Metal awnings .
Furniture Co. tf. alternate. The Area vice presidents The Hoard Will O'fer For TradeIn with"m.tal. franeebeginning al t IRISH
and :Mrs.: Owen Vaughn I-'l55 Pmltre !Tou V-8 Truck. fh? Northwest Corner of Lake Avenue I
Mr. will serve as directors of the This Trnek roar be sepjO At The ajid 'State, Kpad'Xo.( 200, in thi
STARKE LAUNDRY spent last week visiting Mr. andMrs. :Florida Association of Soil Conservation Co'intr Ran On North Water Street Tov-n_of'Lawtey! ,' and incladinff th I POTATOES 10 Ibs. 39t:
Raleigh This KoniT m,'nt Will Re Paid For doorway and ranting down th'WtfrC.side .
William V. Green Jr., i District.SupervisOrs.. G. ; ; : <
In The Followlne; Manner. : of'the. Street to the em a I it ,
N. C.. and W. V. Green III E. Snow is president of the Association Th "Dod*e Trnck will he the of the. property of Mrs. Maud< t I PURE '.
KOIN KLEEN LAUNDERETTE at the Edwards Military Academy! rtowi payment. w4Jh the balance to Koden. ...
be pawl'as"follow- Xo 'Int rest. The bid shall state the size 01 f:
in Salemburg N. C. I Representing Bradford Soil Conservation en'January 1960.: LARD. 31bjar 49c
: PHONE WO 4-3201 District at the. Area 1-% <-n January 1961 z
Miss Sylvia Paulk sang for the I 1-3 on January 1962. _
Exchange Club luncheon at the, meeting in Green Cove Springs The:' Board'' Reserve* The Right

.: Located at 123 N. Water St. Across-from City I George Washington Hotel in Jack' were Zedra Hamilton, Leaton T"(SEAL'P.'f'Ct) Any And All Bids. WILLIAMS Southern, Merita, Tip Top Cello Wrapped 1

Power Plants! sonville on Wednesday. She was Morgan, and J. B. White. (Charle A.: Darbv

.. accompanied by Mrs.: Eoline Smith.' Complete soil and water conservation T Clerk Circuit BREAD 2 loaves for 29c .-
II !Itf't 10/1 I -
T. A. Turner and mother, Mrs.'' farm plans were pre- JEWELRY; '
pared for Seebtr Moody and D.-E. CALI FOR BIDS -
J, O. Turner of Wildwood, were The
Board t Of County'Commls-
guests last week of Mrs. G. H.' Nettles. sioners! Of Bradford County, Florida' WATCHES DIAMONDS

Seeber is using Pensacola.Bahia Will'' Receive Sealed Bids, at. 10:00 l
The Bennett. for O'Cl-Kjk. On, The Morning Of October REPAIRS CITY FISH.
f his
permanent pastures.
; : NOW YOU can make 60-second 5. 1959! In The Courtroom. In
MOSTin While AU'Worke GuaranteedA. ;
picturesr without flashbulbs \\itb.Polareid.3000 discussing Elbert's soil The Courthouse. For The-Following;
1 Jtetor Grader ,less I
I conservation farm plan he remarked weight njt C. Williams
new t. Speed Film atBulllngton's. than 23.000) lbs, diesef engine not
that his land is getting less than 115 horsepower, equipped 142 W. I eI
See our ad on page I Call St.
with 14.00 24, 8 tire... front :
better'each year because he has x, ply- AND' MEAT MARKET
two.' and tar Powersteering, 1%' Pow r- Starke, Fla. I
b turn- "
using.cover crops apd
.T Television; / Radio; .an 3-Channel Friends here will regret to learnof :ng.them under-'early. shift less 'than Moldnnard.Hi Ibs.Frame"with per foot not Formerly' Roberts Jewelry

.. the-death of Donald C. McCor- The. County. Will Pay For, This PHONE WO 9.1093MfffiIE.111m .
The soils in this area need large ...
Equipment In the'Following: Manner a
nack54 on Sept. 10 in a hospitalat
amounts organic material to At> Xo Interest L.

Stereophonic; Sound: St.. Charles m., after a !keep them in a goodproductive l-l on Jajiuary, le.1'0. t
1.3 January 10, 196L! 't -
brief illness.
He was the son of
condition. The turning under of 1-:: -January 1d, 1962.:

Mrs. Martha McCornack, who is a a egume! cover crop such as Hairy Th, Board Reserves The.. RightTo
TODAY frequent winter visitor in Starke. Giant R-ject Any And All Bids. ;
COME IN Indigo or Striata Crotalaria (SEAL. )
and Pet Supplies at for summer cover and lupine for Charles A. Darby

Sistrunk's. winter cover crop will help.keep3DAY Clerk Circuit Court 9/24 2t lOtiITATEIlE1I'I'

I' OF T.H K. OW1f&a-)>
\ SUIP. MAf! AGKTfBTrP.TIOT. : : : cmCtYL.\. 1 '
ii' 'C.; RPHHTIRFDBT THB! ) I 11x1 1; '
WBKEND Ar 24 1912. A9 WEEDED BY'TRR i .
GOLD WIR JftT %. I 4 (Title 39. T.S. C.de

ELLINOR VILLAGE Of'BRADFORD GRAPH., published COUNTY weefclyt.wit : Bust VignettePORTRAIT

Stark. FiOrida, for October 1.195; :,
1. That th.names and addresses
of the poblfehtr* editor managing,
SERVICENTER I IN.DAYTONA BEACH editor' ana business! manager. are:

Publisher.. E.,L. Matthews, Starke. H
a r Fla- :
Editor: E. L, Matthews. SUrkrFla .
t .
50t If anarlftc,Editor, B. L. MatthewLStarki. ;, ,
S ,. Fla .
.. Bvsiness--UamtKer; E. L. Kat-
., y thew.". Starke, FJa. : k FOR
s towner Is a aL: Matitbews. ; t
4 2. That the : -) '
Bring ;in 'your:records"and t .I FOR 3..Thtthe.. Starker.,FJa.known.. bondholdersmortgages,1" _,t r $ 00

1 176 of 6SOvohsiept _. and other secorltyhol 4Y ONLY !:
"* owning,-or: holding; 1 per :
listen ,to them the 1 .Dtc.l'l' cent. or. more, of,total amount of
I on, new bonds mortgages..'" or' other securities -

-* II.'Y... .wi' cMcIt 1ft u tarfy v ,.. .lib Ma.y .enD outd.-'It -are:

;jMotoro/o/ 3CianneStereo./ I eta .s Ioff'a 5 '.M. Sttitd y ewNnpart( ..... eteL eL,.., 4.NOlI"Paragraphs" 2 tn& Include Incases Regular.$10.00 fkn 35c Mot.1t!

t RIYATE.YIIIA.l. nlr $1130 for the while. .... nd. where-* stockholder appears Value. Full Extra"
r. opoik. the,books' of the company as' Figure $1.00
trustees or' la Any other fiduciary
t EWNOI VIllAGE HAS THESE EXTRA FEATURES s.Is relation.'thenmefof theperson.or SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED Limit:, 2; Children To A Family .
corporation for whom such trusteeis
tide. Self! eo... .MSWW Mtrodi.Il"S actine:also the stalments. In.the. ; Age:'6 Weeks;to.:10.Years!
Complete TV Repair Service S two paragraphs- ..*,. .Uae..afflu.t'aroll ,
: IIi .inI.... 14 ., 1IIeW. Night ChalK knowledge and belief as to the 10 APPOINTMENT Additional Children $2.00 Each
CF ciredrastanees( and! o dtdOU"1J( r, .
_. I MI-...Itta TCat N ....... rd -- r. whtcfc litedhclldua! : and, security, NECESSARY;

holders_who do not appear.upon the
;-'w dttioMl ;ialonutiOlt q books-of, the company:a*''truCtenhold k -- .
k. stock and securities In.a ca; .
11 fill ia tWa coupO padty other than that of. a bona fide ,

1 -t////.>SfEWNOR -.." owner.L That. the aTa age number of : 3 DAYS ONLY:,

Complete wQ' Phony' p V VILLAGE R. copies of JW<*'tRue oCttl.-'Wf'ca- : (
t # tlon enlei.'or distributed. throng
.Uep L W-9, oth ri>... paid:Ub- MQN. TUES. WED.
rtf tM malls or tf SEPT. 28 29 30
Service V. 'NO'4.497aOa. scrtbers during th... tw.l moBtM ,
Dayttnv leach, Florida: above u L .
f r 4R preceding the date shown "
.AIL = l\ ; 2,854- 1
? .I.
fr .,. Starke, E."L. MATTHLW( *

} .' Sweeps to- an4,sutoscrl*ed_' before.rne '. Hour,9.to, 12.- 1:00 *3. 5:30 -
:Appliances vHt i' Fla .. ,. this 2nd day of October 1J5J." 'FROM '
t--, 1j "'. Clerk of-Circ lt Court Coutrjof t i WHICH'TO CHOOSE;
Bu4or.dr- Stoat-e of, Florida, -.1:

.. NOTICE r 1
NOTICE Is hereby gtrra ''thaflhe \

... State Board of Education of Florida : RARKSDALE%... =a
It j Purnstnl td U..w1II.offfl' for sale; I
.. I''I for competitive Mds. la.the BoardRoom
.. of the Gorernor's Office, ..
__ 'I'I Capitol Ennains.4 Tallahassee, Flert-


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To New Season '
Open ; 1

'!. ... .J
For Garden ClubThe ip !
ti'Normans .
J' 1
Starke Garden Club will

cnen its new season with a cover- ':

\: ed dish supper and program meet- __
-._------ -I -- :g-L Monday night 'at 6:30 o'clock. L e !' tz
"Gardening for My Lady" is the
t i
Jacksonville Girl Bridal Shower Held Cut p. :. r. I theme: for the new year and the b

Engaged To Marry For Miss Pat CogdillMiss ,Monday night program will be I,
jj1 "Gardeners Gossip" under the direction

Johnny B. Thompson Pat Cogdill, whose marriage Silver "; : of Mrs- A. Russell Nor- ;

: to David Lawson will be an I- 1t: man, program chairman. All club
: T riembers are asked to bring some
event of Oct. 3. was the inspiration :t
,. for a lovely bridal shower l.rm they have clipped from a :

given Monday evening in the educational WeddingCake newspaper or magazine on garden- .
ti .
building of the Madison i- ing. A LijgFkb -
t _
: Street Baptist Church.. Hostesses will be Mrs. Maxie f'r :

Hostesses for the affair were Carter Sr.. Mrs. Joe Sistrunk and T :
r Mrs S- E. Sparks, Mrs. J. F. Jau- Mrs. R. F. Young. : :,

EF rt.m, Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs. ,'
-: :
W. D. Thomas, Mrs. Willard Wil- Mary Frances Durden J

1'ams, Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mrs.
: : Adolph Gay, Mrs. R. O- Dansby, ''- : Weds Jerry GrinterMiss :- -4-- ,

Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. Edna .1 Mary Frances Durden, '
Hutchinson, Mrs. J. W. Furlong, -* f ,
daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. HerbertA. t
and Mrs. Leola Roberts.A d .
Durden of Jacksonville Beach, : ..4,: j
pink and white color motif :j % r.eoame the bride of Jerry Delos 4- j; : .. -
achieved in the flower arrangements Jtf. J.- -
Grinter, son of Mr. and Mrs.

,y placed at vantage Mr. and Mrs..A. Russell Norman ed the cake table which was over Frank Merriman Grinter of Hey-'|J Junior Woman's Club Executive Board Receiving line members atFriday's
in the hall. An artistic arrangement -
k points celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding laid with a handsome imported; worth HL last Saturday evening. Junior Woman's Crab
/,: : of pink gladioli and anniversary Sunday afternoon cutwork cloth. Around the cake The wedding was solemnized at Fetes Senior Group Friday At Felos Home Tea were: [from left to rifht

obelia in a crystal bowl centeredthe 7 o'clock in the Jacksonville Beach I Mrs. Junius Smith, Mr*. P. G.
with a beautiful Silver Tea was a ruffle of white nylon net, (Members of the Executive A beautiful handmade cutwork
refreshment table which was Call Methodist Church by Rev. H. E.! Felos. Mrs. R. B. Cauf(man,
at their home 1305 E. street.A and the
setting were
completing I
...... covered with an embroidered linen Board of the Junior Woman's Club I I cloth overlaid the tea table which Mrs. II. B. Peyton. Mrs. J. D.
pink and silver color motif two silver candelabra decorated Garrett.A I
were hosts at a delightful tea last was el'ntl'redth
floth- Flanking the centerpieces an antique Con-
Mrs. Doyle
Warren and
Rev. and Mrs. Elzie Bullard of were crystal candle holders with was carried out in the flower arrangements with fluffs of pink nylon net and reception in the Beach Community ; Friday afternoon honoring the executive -I I crystal and silver compote holding -'
Jacksonville announce the engage composed of gladioli, holding: burning pink tapers. Presiding Center followed the cere- ner.
burning pink tapers. Crystal trays Board of the Starke an artistic arrangement of,
roeht of their daughter, Jo Ann, Fugii mums and carnations placed at the cake table were Mrs.T. mony. After a wedding trip toSruth worn-I
the home of \
held dainty cakes, mints and nuts. an's Club at yellC'mums, white zinnias and first hour from the silver service
to Johnny Blsm Thompson, son at at vantage points throughoutthe H. Slade. Sr., and Mrs. C. H. Florida, the couple will re- G. Felos. Arrangement of fall small cat-tails. This flankIed
Mrs. Dansby greeted guests was
of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompso] home. Nasworthy- se at 1716 Strand St., Neptune placed at one end of the table ,
the door and presented them to flowers were used in decorating. by two silver candelabra holdIng -,
of Lawtey. Assisting as floor hostesses dur- Beach. and Mrs. R. B. Cauffman during
Johns guestsat
Mrs C. E. greeted
the receiving line composed of Mrs. Felog greeted guests at the yellow tapers. Two large silver -!
The wedding will take plac ing the hours Mrs.; S. Those attending the weddingand
the door and invited them to party
the latter part.
the honoree, her mother, Mrs. C. door and presented them to the trays held open faced sand-!
'Oct. 16 at 8 p. m. in the Tent! sign the guest book which was L. Peek, Jr., Mrs. M. A. Payne, reception from Starke were ,
Mrs. M. L. Lawson line of Mrs. which of the Junior Club
W.Cogdill and receiving composed \ Khe5 were arranged on I :Member,,
Street Baptist Church in Jackson presided over by Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. T. B. Harding, Sr., and Mrs.P. Mrs. A. A. Durden. Mr. and Mrs. 1
mother of the bridegroomtobe.Mrs. S. J. D. Warren, Jr. Woman's Club either side of the tea table. One I:social committee assisted in serving
vllle-] and Miss Della Rosenberg. Mrs. L. Bridges. All the hostesseswore H. H. Houston Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas and Mrs. Williams 'RandY president, Mrs. H. B. Peyton senior tray held sandwiches which spelled -: and caring for the guests and
No invitations being'sent.. R. Johns Mr. and Mrs. I
are identical
presided at the crystal punch Bvnum Perkins presepted gueststo pink and silver cor- and club president, and Mrs. Jun- Senior and the other tray I were also in charge of plans and
but; all friends and relatives are the receiving line composed of sages. Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. J.A. .. J !hns. Mrs. Tim Warren Mr.
bowl. and Mr. and :ius Smith, Junior Woman's Club spelled Juniors. Smaller silver aiiangements for the tea.
invited. I Mr. and Mrs. Norman, and Mrs. Qriffin were in charge of the Mrs. H. M. Richarde
Approximately 72 guests called: Mrs. H. C. Brown. rponsor. Inviting guests to the trays and compotes held cononnt Approximately 65 members and
of Mr. Nor- I gift; tables.
St. Iviark ftR I'Women during the party hours, 7:30: to W. B. Mundy. cousin tea table were Mrs. Jerome Johns bonbons mints and nuts. Mrs.I guests were invited to .call dur-
Approximately 150 guests call-
.j. 9 o'clock. man.Mrs. I and Mrs. Randal Chitty. Doyle Conner poured during the ing the hours four to five-thirty.
Planned For
? Kate Sheppard invited w! during the appointed hours Party
The Women of St. Mark's Episjfopal. i

; Church will give a turkey Miss Sylvia Paulk quests wnere refreshments into the Florida were served.A room. from from out four of to town five-thirty.were Mr.Those and 25th AnniversaryMr. Birthday LuncheonFor Jarvis-Corbett Birthday Party For

dinner at the Parish House on To AppearIn silver punch bowl surroundedwith Mrs. James Norman Mr. and Mrs.T. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and Mrs. J. D. WarrenMrs. Wedding AnnouncedMr. Candy Woodburn, I 11 I
Oct. at 6
Thursday, starting i i2L p.
greenery and interspersedwith T. Norman and son, Paul, E. L. will
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jackson
-$1 50 for adults and $1 for MinneapolisMiss J. E. Hardy was hostess at Scarbo Mrs. N. L. Woodburn a
pink gladioli florets centered Norman, Harry Edwards, and Mrs. and Mrs. R. K. announce gave
Silver Anniversary
entertain at
t hlldren. The public is invited..IOO@W a delightful birthday luncheon the of their birthday party and wiener roast
the punch table which was Ellen Barber all of Jacksonville; afternoon from four marriage
Sylvia Paulk will leave by overlaid with a lovely cutwork Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Norman of party Sunday last Thursday honoring Mrs. J. D. daughter, Janice Arlene Jarvis, Monday afternoon for her daugh
o'clock at 725 South Ep
to five
plane Friday for Minneapolis, cloth. Mrs. A. Y. Covington and Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. A. Lj Mr. and Warren. to Melvin Corbett.: son of Mr. and I ter. Candy, who was celebrating

.Minn where she will sing at the Mrs. J. M. Vickers presided at the j Green. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ed- person street honoring their The 'uncheon table was atractne MrsJ.. R. Corbett. The wedding I her eleventh anniversary.

; National Exchange Club Convention punch table.A j,wards and Mrs. Lottie Edwards Mrs. J. G. Jackson .on with a center arrangement took place Friday evening, Aug. The 14 guests enj>yrd games

appearing; nightly from Sept. beautiful three-tiered wedding of Brooker; and Mr. and Mrs. W. twenty-fifth friends anniversary.All and relatives of the of coral vine in. a silver bJ.vl. 23, at 6 o'clock in the Church of I with prizes during th) party

1 26 through Oct. 2. cake, topped with silver wedding B.- Bloodsworth and Rev. and Hanked by burning pink candlesin O'xl: with Rev. L. Williams per- hours, 3:30: to 6:30: followed fcy
honored couple are invited to
Miss Paulk will return to Starke bells and valley lilies, center- Mrs. C. B. Stallings of Raiford. silver holders. firming the double ring ceremony.Mr. refreshments.Mrs. .

\ nn Oct. 3 and leave for Miami tend. Eight friends of the honoree enjoyed and Mrs. Corbett are residing : Woodburn was assisted by -

60-Second PicturesJ where she will appear at the t tlw> affair., at 728 Alton Road. her daughter.: Sara.HOMECOMING.
Fountainbleau Hotel for Inter- Stork Calendar

f Without Flashbulb' national Dairy Association Convention CHURCH OF CHRIST I SET

I, Oct. 5-9. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Gadara Baptist Church .. will
Dixon of a L. Ovetturf Jr. Minister have Its
Mr. and Mrs. Owen G. Homecoming on Sunday.
Honored At LuncheonMrs. ,
-w Brooker anouncce the birth of a I Sunday junaay; School 10 |Sept. 30. Everyone is cordially in-

,.... :. .: ] son on Sept. 22 at Doctor's HospitaL :Mrs a. m., morning, service, 11 a. m. 'I Jv ;ed.-Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux.
"' <,. '..... J. M. Vickers and
;H' "'. evening service, 6:30 p. m. church secretary.
; .
,, H. Hatcher .Jr. a small
: ," "*." -" ,(d. M. gave -
{ -
,. ,:}: birthday luncheon last Saturday
: ,: ; .
Bradford County Hospital announces -
; FloridaTheatre for Mrs. Clyde Sinclair at the
:- -3Or: : .Jwg the following births: Hatcher home on T<:. Call street. I ATTENTION !

;. ".' ; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred- Ray Harris, An attractive arrangement: of HeyKiddies -
'I.I .,; Middleburg, a son, Wendell Eu-
berries and wNte
t .. ; gr.ne, Sept.
I I. If1 : mums centered the luncheon 1ble.Seven
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Sidney
: : 'YI (' : ffl. the affair
) enjoyed
: Triest of Keystone Heights, a guests MERCHANTS AND SEE A J

I PC AKL' i.-r :daughter Brenda Sue. Sept. 16. with tne hostesses and honorse.

&., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richard I FREE SHOW

i \' Carey of Waldo, a son Stephen Weiner Roast EnjoyedBy .

NEW-1 Richard, Sept. 21. Beth Smith 10 1 .
;, f rWITH THE .

S-Sgt and Mrs. T. B. Harding,
celebrated her .RIDE RIDER RIDE -
Beth Smith
FILM Jr. of Semback Air Force Base, ,
3000 SPEED tenth birthday with a wiener roast
Germany, announce the birth of
and party Tuesday afternoon ather
,' ..J. Johnny Guitar ___ a son, Don Thomas, on Aug. 28. home at 1219 W. Madison AT THEFLORIDA

___ The grandparents are Mr. and Sl1eet.I
Mrs. Harding, Sr. and Mr. and THEATRE
I Starring Joan Crawford and I Mrs. J. T. Lawton of Starke. i Beth and her 14 girl friends .

Sterling Hayden I Following the ceremony, a reception enjoyed games with prizes during
I Phillip-Gaskins the party hours, 3:30 to 6:30, and .
held in the pastorium.
was 'TannerJr. EACH SATURDAY 10:30 A.M.
1 PFC. and Mrs. Eugene --

THIS HAPPY Wedding Held The bride's table was decorated of Fort Monmouth, N. J. an- r-j tbree-tiered.d refreshments birthday including cake. a Simmons Koch Drugs Crawford Bros.' Gulf Service -

I In ChurchThe with white carnations and was nounce the birth of a son Ernest
Baptist Mrs. L. C. Smith assistedby
I centered with a three-tiered wed- Eugene Tanner, HI, born Sept. .tce Electric Sen-Ice Williams Jewelers
I. Beth's grandmother, Mrs. Hen-
dmg cake. 17. Mrs. Tanner is the former .
marriage of Miss Ola Mas
B. Flynn Sr. of rv OUara. Teroillegar Motors ark!dale'" Depfc. Store
i Phillips, daughter of Mrs. O. J. Pauline Gay of Starke. "

Phillips and the late Mr. Phillips, Starke cut the cake, while fruit i & J Building Supplied! Local Finance Co. of Starke
Debbie ReynoldsPlus punch was served by Mrs Fred THE RIGHT POINT for (5>e
of and Aubrey William Beta Phi
"Herman The Cartoonist of Mr. and Mrs. J. Moore: Mrs. Bob Robinson, and Sigma way you write. Come In and select Denmark Furniture Co. Slade Gas Company
Gaskins, son
Cartoon. B. Gaskins. was solemnized Sat- Miss Geraldine Starling and Nan- Will Meet Monday Fountain;your Pen.favorite TELEGRAPH.ESTERBROOK
--- uraay evening. August 29 'at 8 cy
After spending some time with Phi sororitywill __ .
The Beta Sigma lL, -
I "
First Baptist -
f AND THE POLAROID@l SUN., MON.. TUES. o'clock Church of in Lawtey. The Rev. L. E. their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gaskinsleft meet Monday evening at 8 W, .-- .. _I .
Sept. 27 28, 29 for a wedding trip to South of Mrs. Ned
o'clock at the home
officiated -
l REPEATING Lingerfelt of Middleburg "i-icrida. The bride travelled in an '.neey with Mrs. Myldred Cut-
at the double ring ceremony.
t BLUE DENIM"Says Arrangement.:; of white gladioli aqua suit with whch| she wore tino as co-hostess.

WlJfl[; cUJ@001r[ ecainst a background of palms white accessories. present they Following the meeting there will

the :are: residing with Mr. Gaskins'parents be a stork shower honoring Mrs.
things motion picture were used in decorating '
Now we have the amaz- church. Family were marked until their new home is Ben Moxley.
pews I
ing 3000-speed Polaroid ever said before with white sating bewa and completed.The BIG 21-INCH

Land film and the repeating of fern.Preceding bride graduated from Brad-
STARRINGCarol sprays
t, the \ ford High School in the class of .
uink-light -
the ceremony, a, program -
: 1959. Mr. Gaskins is also a graduate PARK
I combination that lets you Lynleyand of wedding music was presented -
1956, and Is I
.1( take indoor pictures Moses '
R. Earl
any- Brandon De Wilde by Mrs. now associated with the State w TARKE FLA.
!- anywhereWlTHOUTFLASH soloist, accompanied by Mrs. with head- '
,! :Now indoor pictures James Phillips sister-in-law of Read Department 'ii

: are easier, faster, "This picture should be seen Libride.. Mrs. Phillips also played quarters In out Starke.of town guests at- SUN., MON., TUES. s4 :

; more economical than by all teen agers and their 1 the traditional wedding marches tending Among the wedding were Rev. SepU 27, 28, 29 I

ever before and parents. and Mrs. Moses sang TheLard's .
ready and Mrs. Earl Moses and son of The Saga of
in just 60 seconds besides! Prayer at the conclusion of Brunswick. Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. '( L I
This Picture has been p I .
Come in and the ,ceremony. Hemp Brown Jj '
family of Ft.
sees Bernard Rosier and _______ I Model 210T14C .
demonstration today.' t- Recommended by Miss Betty Gaskins, sister of the Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie. Phil- Beverly Garland and John Larch ______ _

bridegroom, was the bride's only lips and sons of Callahan. R. C. Green MansionsAudrey I It

I:{ "Parents Magazine"In attendant. She wore a blue chiffon Keene .and family Mr. and Mrs. :'- .

ballerina'length gown, and carrieda Jason Billiard and familY Misses Hepburn Anthony Perkins LL Now Only.

Cinemascope corsage of pink carnations. Jackie Harley. Nancy Rivers Plus Color Cartoon

Charles Starling was best man and Yvonne Gaskins, an of Jack- .
Wed. Thar Sept 30, Oct. 1
; Wed.. Sept. 30 and Thurs., for Mr. Gaskins. ronville. Rev. and Mrs. Tommy ,

I I Fri. Oct. 1, 2 The bride who was given in Howe and son of Baldwin, Mrs. THE COSMIC MAN 95 :

Ii' marriage by her brother. Leslie! George B. Flynn Mr. and Mrs. i Bruce Bennett John Curadiae; RCA Victor Farrell Dolux. .

Phillips wore a gown of white lace I. James Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Table TV with front controls and .

i' Last Train Gun over taffeta designed along Robinson and Mr. and Mrs.Glenn SPEED CRAZY speaker that can be built m."OneSet"electronic 189 .

pnncess lines. Her veil was Norman all of Starke and Mrs. Brett Halsey, Yvonne Lime fine tuning. 262 sq. in.

: fnoulder length and she carrieda Bobbie Kite of Heilbronn. Plus (Cartoon: picture..Transformer-powered Dduxe'

THIS IS M tiM TO But toil HillNOW bouquet of white chrysanthemums chassis. Phonc>odc. tone control and .

POLAROIDLAN and ponpoms- Sally Lawson, 8, Fri., Sat. Oct. 2, 3 automatic gain control. Balanced :

from the star, the dir :Mrs. Phillips. mother of the The Big Country Fidelity FM Sound. Available. in 2 '

Ii ector and producer of bride, was gowned in blue lace Has Birthday arty Gregory Peck Jean Simmons, beautiful finishes. 21D919.SHEPHERD'S. 'The Best Buy of the Year! :
CAMERA blue satin. Her accessories
Jl over Lawson celebrated her Carroll Baker, Cbarttoo Hesfon &
corsage"was Sally
1\\ "GUNFIGHT AT THE were white, and her
CORRAL of pink carnations. eighth birthday anniversary on Burl Ins

OK Mrs. Gaskins. mother of the Tuesday with a theatre party for Swing Your Partner

Starring Kirk Douglas and :bridegroom, wore a street length : few friends.
Featuring Radio's LnMbelle and RADIO & TV
STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP I \ Anthony Quinn gown of blue silk crepe trimmed ..After the matinee the youngsters Scotty .

Hal with lace. Her accessories were returned to the M. L; Lawson .
Production Phn Cartoons
__ Wallis white and her corsage was also home for birthday cake and I .. .- .' ,

refreshments _ .
I of pink carnations. -: __ "' .- -

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New Policeman Devises! of Waldo were their :in Cleveland. Ohio with her father visited their daughter, Bobby inct. Jacksonville visited her parents Mrs. Carl Vanslctif, Mrs. MtfulpS-' :
editorial Thursday night dinner guests. for several weeks. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green, for several rs. and Mrs. H. \. Coleman of
Police Chief Riley sweat this Visiting them during the weekend Mrs. Henry Hodge has been released Friday night days last week. Mrs. Williams Gainesville.Miss .
week announced the appointmentof were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis and. from Bradford Hospital in MrsWalli? Crews enjoyed a and son rE'turnd home Saturday Fay Ingram of Alachua
a new patrolman to the city ion of Cocoa. Mr. and MrS. L. A. Starke and Is with her son and family reunion in Melrose: Sun- nth her husband. Then Sunday w:\' the Friday overnight guest of
1 rolice force. The vacancy was Davis and son. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. family in Jacksonville. She would day. All of her children grandchildren lie Julian Green family also of Miss Sandra Sowells.
Eddie of Gainesville, and W. M. like to hear from her friends. Her and one great grandchildwere
created: by the recent resignationof Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and
Sgt. Ben C. Holtzendorf, Sr. Rhoden Of Sanderson.We address is: Mrs. Henry Hodge. c-o present for the occasion. a'ghtl'risitE'd the parade of
strswberrk The new patrolman is Willard are happy to see Dave Truby Hodge. 421 Beverly Lane, Mrs. Crews said she was pleased Dave Green. homes on display; in Libby Heights
I Buck 1 Alvarez 44. Alvarez Green home from the hospitaland Jacksonville, Fla. with the greatgrandchild as it. Mrs.. Alma Jean Deloach of in Gainesville Sundae afferf6dfi.
worked once before as a city po- doing fine. r Mr. and Mrs- Al Rain of High a.ong with the mother. had just Jacksonville visited her parents, Miss Barbara Sue Davis is enrolled -
...... -.... iiieman and he was employed ont Little Cherie Hinton has returned Springs were Thursday luncheon returned home after over a year Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Blair. Sunday. in classes at the Umve"rsify
i city maintenance crew at the to the home of'her aunts for guests of Mrs- Mamie Hodges. i" Germany. Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. of Florida again this year tod is
time of his appointment. He is the winter months. She has been Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr. Mrs. Alex Williams and son of H. Sowells Sunday were Mr. and residing at Yulee Hall on campus-:

.D Green of Starke, and is the fa-
tier! of two boys: and two girls. -
Sweat said the appointmenthad ,

J 4'iM been approved by Mayor.W. TRADING POST/a6 .
T Jackson. Alvarez will have to be -" .
approved by the City Council at

iu-: next regular meeting. ..

Al'arezill serve a probation- _
PI7 period of 60 days before the c GENERAL ELECTRIC
appointment becomes finaLHOPE _


Sunday School!, 10 a.m.Iom-

Will Fumigation, Plastic Mulch ing Worship, 11 a.m., message by I

and Loose Pack Save the Industry? "Pleasing Rev. Samuel God.S.Training Cuthbert Union on, i' jjj.RANGE ; i

7, p.m. Evening worship. 8 p.m.:
Three new factors in the time-honored practiceof "Is World Peace a Possibility: The GE WOlf To better cooking: !

{rr6viing, strawberries in Bradford County are Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 8 /i' ..,, Unequalled quolty .,_ katoret ,
being watched this season as "the last best hope" p.m., followed by choir rehearsal. _.yaJuel

for reviving a declining industry here. Fied Dodd, choir director.BROOKER. Automatic Beclrk Oval oed

These factors are: ....y.y.yy..yy..4.' Mmvte Timer
1. Soil fumigation; New No-Drip Cook Top '
2.. Plastic mulching; Pushbutton SOTOCC Coofroh Maybe' car has
Removable Ovwi Boor w I your
3. A loose pack of berries. ,J _
Barbara i gD8 Darts t Cleaning ease

tion Growers in the who past have few years experimented report that with this fumiga-relatively AAAAAAAAAAA AAA&AAAAAr5. -.I/bDRI aNt M68 .Master 2J"Oveo outgrown its insurance, !*}'

inexpensive "insurance" against nematodes { ri. E. Stokes and daughter, t
increases the yield of plants as much as thirtyper Ruby, Mrs. H. P. Gainey, Mrs. T. I The cost of an auto accident today can be"faritafcicalty 1

cent during a season. Since soil fumigation W. Markey arid Mrs. Mattie So- O EALER L ii high. Just having insurance isn't enough. To b*'safe

costs the grower only $20 to $25 an acre, four wells attended the big meeting at I IX you need insurance in the proper amounts
Lnion Church Sunday. On Saturday 6EA ''S39 'E
crates of extra berries will for fumigating,
for check-up today.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis /3Alllitte Call on us a car insurance;!
an acre of ground. This is a bargain that no with Mrs. Tie riw r1ta..Jel1 rtaitill nrr k lid vitfcrat+ cfa9* T tot J Sri.1i. .
attended the meeting
grdwers, large or small, can afford to overlook Stokes.. I dir.Nr. r lrirS rNirfti euu,: 601L .
and of them, including Ossie Cason, whose 1- -_ .
many Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and _- Harold C. \Wall
berry-growing experience spans half a century, new daughter of Gainesville are Agency
are fumigating for the first time this year. visiting his parents for a: few days
The plastic mulch is In an experimental stag Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry. MOENCH APPLIANCES I ..' :200! E. Call Street Dial WO 4-4801 J-;

in this Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. -- .
but have been -
county, good reports received --- > & .Insursoce Corr p aayGroup
from its use by growers in the Miami areawh'o end children visited the G. A. 220 E.W ASHINTON; ST. STARKE, FLA. rratlltt t IrH 4 -
Guest family in Nashville, Ga- .
splendid results. After several disheartening -
seasons, BraoTord growers are in a Miss Gale Andrews of New River Chevy's done the next best thing tocaving
frame of mind to "try anything once," and pre- vas the Friday night guest ot .
road in America!
parations are being made for some use of the Miss Mary Bigham and they at- NOVOO: every
plastic mulch here this season. ve.ided the MacclennyStarkefootball 'rst they threw out the front axle
t I d pat in torsion-spring independent .
The third factor is the so-called loose pack game.Afternoon
f ispension.i Then they built wide-base
which is being used practically everywhere else guests of Mr. and rig rear springs into most light-duty
except in Bradford County. This means simply Mrs. N. J. Davis Tuesday were nodels, variable-rate leaf springs i into
placing berries in the cup "loose" rather than Maxie Reynolds and Mrs. Elmer CHEVROLET Jeavies. That made It-a ride you have
:Rhoden of Waldo. Rev. W. H- Ed-
to feel to believe. A ride that lets'youmove
packing them into a snug fit, as has been done .
nie of Louise was their Wednesday '
'" t faster to get more work done in
by growers here for many years. This change night dinner guest and the J. C. a day's tim '
seems to have everything in its favor, for it elimi- ,i e
nates the tedious and expensive process of hand- !. ( lr<'.lt t;Court Bradford. Canty Brawnier bulldozer build!
Florida: ID t'ha.cerr.Cane
packing, and is also said to allow berries to arrive >o. 1:.;1 1 .. TRUCKS Frames are stronger, cabs 67% more
at the Market in better condition. In addi- H.Marie wage L.Hffendant.XUTICK I'agj, l'lainuU"s.. John rigid. Front wheels and tires are pre-

tion to these advantages, it is also favored by TO API'BAK .....'- cision-balanced. And that new suspen- ; t..
TV John II 1'age. whose residence sion "
; jars and road shock that
the housewife because she can easily inspect and address is: UNKMrw.V.ra : .
used to spell slow death for the truck'sbody
\ are hereby notified that a suit
in the bottom of the and that she
berried cup see
fur 'llIrcc.cUt'tod) and control of and sheet metal. 1
is getting good fruit all the way through. Appa- minor child has been filed against WITH REVOLUTIONARY _
>ou in thf rently would gain from the '
everyone cause and you are required to erv*
switch from tight to loose pack methods. a copy of your answer or PlaintiffsAttordey pleadingto Easier to hop in and put of too, Many ,
Sturdy Florida 90 plants are in good supply tilt complaint E. K. Ferryman.on Starke, t1zI TORSION-SPRI NG models are a whole 7 inches lower out-
"1urid.., and file the original In the I side. Yet there's more head room inside -
and no one can say there hasn't been enough rain the Circuit
olfne of the Clerk of tl''i
., plus more width for shoulders ''
to set them in the past few weekslIt fact, it Cwrrt Oi-uber.on 1959 or :before otherwise the the IS day allegations of- and hips. More real comfort!
has become dangerously near, in some areas, of said Complaint will betaken
as being too wet to set. But there are still several This notuv shall he published once
weeKs left before it is too late to put out berry tach week for four consecutive' Tele-' With the industry's most advanced gas-
weeks the Bradford County
plants and before that time comes it is expectedthat graph. saving 6's.With high-torque Workmas-
hated this 15; day of September, THAT GIVES ASTONISHING NEW ter V8 performance! in heavyweights.
there will be a substantial increase in acre- : With
19aCAL1 new 6-cyIinder or power .
age over last year's setting.' CAL1CH.tRLES A. PAKBT.CU available in L.C.F.'s.More
With the stimulus of these three new factors, >-k of the Circuit Court. .1
By Marian L. Crofby. Depntr Clerk models than ever!
and increase of interest the
consequent on part S/17 4110/8 SHOCKPROOFACTION
of growers, the strawberry industry may be on New 4-wheel-drive models and tan
the way back in Bradford County Let us hope dems and high-styled Suburban Carry- ,.
ails. It's the handsomest,hardest work- _
ling Chevy fleet ever to report for so.Handle WHEN See your dealer soon for a ride! Ii
With Care
Anything less is an old-fashioned truck! .

Hard to believe, perhaps but the fact remains '- ,

that firearms, discharged by accident, YOU I

killed 59 times as many men and boys in Florida ..' .
last yeaf as did polio.

These disquieting figures were brought to .
light this week as the State Board of Health took NEED .

cognizance of the soon-to-open hunting season

and its expected quota of deaths and injuries

from accidents with guns. )

The figures show that 65 persons were killed MONEY a i .

by accidentally discharged guns in Florida dur- 1
:ing 1958, while only one person died of polio. Six

of the gunshot victims were women. The others, .g.
'being men and boys, can be presumed to have occurred SEE USOANS

mainly] while hunting or caring for guns

'during the- hunting season.

The rules for firearms safety are well knownto *

every gun-owner, but like the rules for safe
'driving need constant repetition. Of primary

importance are these: [
Don't shoot just because something moves. Too

often it's1 another hunter and not a turkey or ..r,n ,

deer. Unload your gun except when actually wN :
hunting. That means don't travel, climb over UP TO M f

'fences, or get into or out of a car with a loaded
gun. Don't take} shots at hard surfaces. Many

'fa tragedy has has been caused by riccocheting w'N

,bullets. Don't scoop up mud with your gun muz- $600

'zle. Make sure you always have a clear barrel, j
;but don't loo? into the business end to find out. ,

'Keep! guns empty and locked away from children. *

;Always use the safety catch except when you -
are actually ready to pull the trigger. S pyx: 'dl.H,
t: Finally: Be sure to have a good, well stocked "Folks Find U tiFriendly" b; ynr "7iCN
first aid kit with you and make sure every member T
!, of the party knows how to use it.:. =: '

Plenty of common sense and no nonsense will ...-.- I r .- .
"'. .
make your hunting trip a safe success. FINANCE :' tJ.t. f.' -

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'CST.: 1871FLORIDA'S l.SeeJl our local auth o Tid Chevrolet dealerCateHendry -- .i
116 N. Walnut Street r- .

OLDEST WEEKLY 1rEW$. ((2 Doors'From Post Office) -
Chevrolet Co. Inc.
THE AMI ttASTBIAB.P 4-0101 and ''0'4-0111 t

blf.he4 r..<.. T..,. ..< Ratrrr4 .. terra* nM Hatter
..t nrr rw ontc at stark, rut tulle Let.t ***. *. isff*. Mrs Marguerite: Hall, Mgr. '
1 a.. ... 2Iff WEST CAtt'S'l'REETstARKE, FLORIDA 0# P1t wcr t6if



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P'F:;: 1l
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signed to Company A, 17th Bat- During the 12-week school, Pvt.. i1 ed.'many' honors ,in, the field of! ,
Services Held
r.aJon. 4th Training Regiment at, Chislon receive-instruction in organized medicine and Is head) Friday. Volleyball Meeting ..

1 Fort Jackson. C- for advanced theory. of automotive engines ;. r of the Department of Medicine j For Former Resident, Thursday Night

srecialist training as a mechanic'shelper carburetion and, ignition systemsand ; at the U. of Fla. School of Medicine .-
other related technical Trying fM1 and Teaching HospitalAmong Mrs. Ellen A. Sapp Anyone interested la pIayinL
SERVICE MEN I After eight weeks of basic'training courses > 1 volley hap
I' other. outstanding Mrs Ellen A. Sapp. SO. died or; sponsoring a' team
he. was assigned to the In the league to attend
speakers are Dr.. Perry Prather, Sept. 16.at the home of her granddaughter isurged *
j Wheel Vehicle Mechanics Course Marine lance Cpl. Ellis W. Mc- The i :
State Health Officer of Maryland a meeting tonight Thursday! in
: .
Mrs. in
Pn Waltz
E-2 Edwin L. Chilson. son !'alter his scores:; on a battery of Rae,son of Mrs. Annie M. McRae Eugene the USO at 8 p. m. : :a

of Mr;, and. Mrs. Leslie Edward .apittude tests indicated a high of Starke Fla. completed a 30- + $,. aJa Chitf; of Margaret Nursing Arastein.Service R'q.and Hollywood, Fla. She was the Recreation Director 'Bob Ben*

Chilson, Route 1. has been as- potential in mechanical ability. day maneuver. Sept. 19,- on Vie- Dr.;' ; daughter" of the late Arthur J. ner said yesterday that three
-- New Sadun Chief of Department and Polly Bradley Green. Her
P. R, while serving with the
teams (State Maintenance Shop.
of Medical Proto-
r husband was the late Lumel
Second Reconnaissance. Battalion State Prison
Reed employee, and Starke
zology. Walter Institute.
Sapp of Bradford County.
Second Marine Division from T.I
Jaycees have
already signed
Regular Clinics will not be up
Camp: .Lejeune. N. C. WayCounty Surviving are one son, Roberti for the league. Benner would like
Announcing held at the, 1 local health unit I +'
Recreational visits to St. Thomas while the staff is attending the L. Sapp :Miami; three daughters.I to have at least one more groupto
in the Virgin Islands and San Mrs. C. B. Cason, West Palm round out a foursome.
meeting but the health
-Joan, P. R. were made. depart- Beach. Mrs. A. F. Cranford Washington Volleyball games will be-limited
ment l. remain open for D. C., and Mrs. J. H.
THE. OPENING OF informational purposes. to one night a week IThursdaysl
Army Pvt. James L. Sauls '. .. Stauder, Miami. and will be playedin the Starke
II. whose wife, Mary, and parents Funeral Benner
services were held at armory sakU
Sauls, live in Agent George Huuins,and strawberry Ned WAN TED Clean .Cotton Rags 21
I Mr. and MrsJasper grower A last in the
NORMAN, ELECTRIC SERVICE Starke, Fla., recently arrived in Coleman.spread a roll| of revolutionary plastic mnlcblnr ma- No Pants, No Shim Mart Et I p.m. Waddington tist Church offici ..tingB.ui a1
Clean in with Rev.
Germany and is now a memberof terial over some 'of Coleman's plants. Coleman is one of,several Bradford County ,was in Hollywood Memorial Gar-
'Idf'-I W. N.-Gardner,of-the First Hap- dens. __ .
120 COURT STREET the 37th Armor. growers who have started'experimenting with the revolutionary Y _

Sauls a leader in the armor's new method.. He.says he is willing,to try anything be- 1
Company D in Schweinfurt, en- cause, "The-cost of hoeing berries r
All by hand makes them too
Types Electrical Work ttred the Army last February and expensive.to raise."

received basic training at Fort .
Jackson, S. C. This mulching.material was put down on top of ''the beriries
COMMERCIALHOUSE and weeds and then holes were cut and the,plants
The 17-year-old soldier. attended were : .
Bradford County High School. pulled through. Others are putting the mulching down first salute to F. F. A.
WIRING and then planting through slits.SOTS ,

REPAIRINGDependable Woman, Doctor Lv :: Deputy Negroes CapturesTwo ; \\\./ /!j/ '


Economical Service Opens, GeneralPraetice.Here TALK i With, Shine" LoadTwo .}, .

-U'- __J
,. By. Gainesvile Negroes were r
} arrested in Bradford County Tuesday -

FREE ESTIMATES WALTI tndcharged I with removing 1\\\ '

Starke's newest addition to the depositing and concealing moonshine ,

; PHONE WO 4-9351 medical ranks is Dr. Sarah Lou had-a look at. the BHS foot- whiskey.* .
Wells an attractive red-haired |tall field] Wednesday and I'm sure Deputy Sheriff James Hamilton

oman who is opening her first ]hoping it doesn't, rain between made the arrests on SR-18, one r
K. D. "RED" NORMAN, Owner practice here because "Starke is I now and game time Friday night mile; west' of' Graham at 1:30 p.
a nice looking town and seems to somebody might get drowned. in. Hamilton said he found two Knowledge guiding the plow is the appropriate

bs a real Christian community." I This is, probably the only fieldin five gallon cans of non-tax'paid symbol of the Future Farmers of America-

I Dr. Wells said.she was,first at- the.country that truly qualifies whiskey in a 1953 Chevrolet drivenLy more than a quarter of a million high-school stu .

iracted to the town because of as a. pace.for a bowl game..to. be Matson Watson. Corine Patterson dents of vocational: agriculture, whose motto iSI .
the handsome new. Bradford staged.. Matter of fact, the fieldis ] female was a passenger
County Hospital that\;. she frequently in the car.
realjy bowl-shaped high on Do Learn :
Learning Doing to
I drove trips from At I .
by on aprehminary.hearing Wednesday I
the sides and ]low in the. middle
Gainesville to Jacksonville. both pleaded not Live Serve
; It is so low mosquitoes have been guilty.CcuntyJudge Earning to Living to
"I thought Starke looked like a T. A. Yawn bound ,
casing the fifty-yard: line depression I
nice:: placce to live so I started investigating as a breeding ground and Watson over to Circuit Court un- We're mighty proud of you young men in out .
the possibility of 1 du '$1.000 bond buVtheTcharge "
the field,had to..be sprayed with' dn.st local F.F.A. Chapter. Keep up the good workl .
opening.a.practice here,! she.says. ag 'the woman passenger wasoismissed.
DDT before it could be mowed U we can be helpful to please call on us. t
"Everyonel met.was so nice.They this week.It j' Watson poste d bond : you
ail asked me to visit in their t&e same day. r
would be nice to see some fill r
homes and churches. i. Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish .
dirt and the field
dumped regraded -
Appreciates InvitationsThe said'he turned the car over to
the water would drain
invitations to attend away Federal beverage agents in Jacksonville -
from the stands. The work would
church were especially appealing The Bradford sheriff's
to the doctor for she has long been have to be done soon after the department received a stolen car

n"26[, active in church work and her Strawberry Bowl in December so bulletin! Wednesday which described FLORIDA
( ''T'" would be in time for
, medical education was financedat grass up the Chevrolet as one missing .
0"16 ATURES 11 the University of Miami by her spring practice sessions. fro mMelton Motors_in Gain- -
acme church Allapattah Baptist Won With CourageThe esville. ;: '
"We should call the Starke Builders about
Supplies in :Miami.Dr. Tornadoes 'were far froma Reddish said that after the C*n"ANK$OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP,MEVBER FEOEKAl CEPOUT. INSURANCE' CORD
those repairs right now." Wells received her bachelor's smooth looking outfit in their Negres were booked Tuesday at WEMtEM FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEMIT'S

degree in Arts and Sciences at opening game; win, against Mac-'I the jail he and Hamilton returnedto .

l-'orida' State University in 1947 clenny but they showed a lot..of', the; place of arrest and after

-. and graduated from the Universityof grit in hanging on and hurling ia brief search:found three five ""-
., .
\ I Miami Medical School in 1957 back< the. big Baker High team gallon jugs and two half-full- Y'

as a member, of the second classto after losing a couple of fumblesin moonshine,about75: feet insideof : -
; NO MONEY DOWN attend the first medical school the first; half. They also] re- the Alachua County line. He

established in Florida. covered from an offsides penalty raid' Alachua'deputies were notified -

After graduation from FSU she that gave. Macclenny] a, first down of the find and picked up the

studied medical technology in deep, in Tornado territory after wHiskey
I: Repair Jacksonville and worked thereafter the opening, kickoff. Speaking of I Reddish said the whiskey was

I II becoming ,,registered tech- the penalty:, didn't, that fourth apparently being distilled in Brad- ILLEGAL :
Add Rooms nologist. :ord County and then sent across
--- Carport -- down shift into punt formation by
"I wanted to go to medical tf-6 county line out of Bradford
Mac.cJ p.ror.eogie.clCst9.\' .being,il-
scnool so badly but there just legal'The I jurisdiction. The area is remote

Bath Room weren't enough openings" shesays. from Gainesville and Alachua deputies '.

(INCLUDING SEPTIC I, TANK AND. FIX- I filed about a dozen out-of- came with turning Tom point Clark's"of,the touchdown game-; do not have any access to For Person Persons

4\ TURES) date three.years applications, but couldn't each year get ac-for sprint with.Dopson's.iumble!it. Any: or to Engage in

in the second halfbut if the Tor-

*- Time To.Re-roof repted.Almost Gives; ,TJP.Hope nadoes.,had fallen>apart with bad Health Officials

I I, She getting had a almost medical given degree.whenthe up hopeof could breaks have the. been way Macclenny a much, different did it To Attend Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless.t .

Miami school was opened In ball game- .

f STARKE BUIIIJERSe 1952. The pastor of her church Ulll Beat Bolles Sfafe.Meefing '

suggested that she make appli- We look for that same bulldog

I cation at. the,home town school spirit to.bring avictory.ov.er,BcVles Dr. AY., Covington Director, !The Name Is Registered

and she was accepted in 1953. tomorrow night at home. The Mrs. Arlin. McKnight and Mrs.

: SUPPLIES litc.I Since her graduation she has BHS boys are.young, (eighX jun; Martha: Snellen Public Health
served: a year of internship at Du- iors in the starting lineup), but Nurses Jack Trawick, Sanitarian '

val Medical Center in Jacksonville Bolles, is even.,, lest! experienced; and Mrs. Randal Chitty. Secretary, RdaThsFloridaLaw \

and completed an extray with several sopohomores starting. of the Bradford County Health ,
.war of study, in. internal medicine The Jacksonville team lost rather Department will attend the-31st

I at the University of Florida ('ollvincingy.Bis. op Kenneylast ; annual meeting of the Florida .. I

i New Script Health Center.Dr. week with scouting- reports PnWic.Health Association in Tam- "It shall! be unlawful fur any person or persons, u defined hertbt, U

Wells intends to set up general indicating. the beating was 'worse pa,Sept 23-26.* engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein tier
practice in Starke. She is than the 18-6! jcore showed.If The Hori a.Pubilc Health, As-
hpving the Perryman-building on soci&tion has fined*without and unless said,fictitious, name shall be registered with the..
a of
the Tornadoes, get a good ap-
Business Line BallP.ens South Court Street remodeled break early in the game! they proximately 1300. including work clerk of the circuit court of,the mpty.where the principal place of business

I and was busily supervising the could up a three. touchdown ers-of the State Board .of Health; i la,.wlth.registratiou.consiskof-filing>> with the aforesaid-an af

vork crew when interviewed last I victory, but- things, can be closeif State and Regional ,Laboratories fida U'1 gned by, aJliDt ed
and Refills week- Theoffice is not finished the 66 County Health ; res p eISO'ps': stating under oath the names of-
,the. break:, doesn't come early. Depart
I butshc says she is able.to start Last Chance For Season<< TicketsHere's ments and about 20 non-official alMhoee'interested m' the,, b.usiiiesa. enterprise, the, extent of the intHflftoCeacfuand.the .

handlingher first pa.t.ieD'Dr. ts., uid voluntary' health. agencies.Vi fictitious name under which said business is earrkd-
\ FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING > Wells says.she plans to be hoping there'v.ll be a .
attendance .ofc over 700.ia ex- on. Sajd.registration,maynobe made until) the .
t open every, weekday from.until large turnout for the first home ;>cted at the meeting.Dr. .. person or persona destrinr
5. and Saturday fl1m.9 until game and I might remind you Covmgton as president: of to-engage In business under a fictitious name shall have ad 'ertisefi.hie.ot.

l 1 only 25c'each noon. that season tickets will be on sale the. Association will preside., at their! intention to ngister!said fictitious name at least once week. for fear
} She has also been admitted to right up to game time. Proceeds the opening general session. Following -
(4).consecutiveweeks in some,newspaper. as defined bylaw In the county/
liionbershlp on the,courtesy'staff from these tikets can, give. the ?the ,presidential address ,
athletic department a working where said registration is to be made and said shall W
o! Bradford County Hospital. wills: be. discussions*of. "Relationships registration not
REfIllABLE! balance..no.anLthc..season...pass:. accepted 'by; the clerk of the circuit
of.; Public Health and; Organized court except upon receiving proof tt
.. ,
ei are more..econoniical. foe fans,
j I Ml 4 1 MedicinetA by two. out'. such.puWicaUon..
TroMen, FnedjOn /i. both students"and adults. Be sure standing authorities in. their 4ispectire re.

to get"yours. fieJd..Dr.Leona.: Ba m-
with Refills 1 Oc
DVfl Chargeslocal gartner and Dr. Samuel I iP; :Martin .

Dr. Baumgartnerj hag :receiv
ganizationalsMeet. r <
> ;1 "
Tyco men ,receivedi stiff edr many- awards and honors. inthejfield'OfrPublieHealtluAtpre
; t lines this week from County Judge Fc-r Camera Club* It t 'i...are engaged in business under anynanie

\ .* BLACK: T. A.Yawn,, on.charges of driving .Set For.Monday sent:she\i3' the..:Health Officer of
white! intoxicated.Lester New.,York Cityandt President of '

I RED ; Morris Gatlin. 32 pleaded Area shutterbugs widget;set to the American Public Health As- oiJiertli i'
nyom'own and have this name
FINE OR'l\IEDItThl.POINTS.. 'guilty Monday to charges of staff clicking at an'organizational so$iatioa. Dr.. Martin .has receiv- not had)

DWJ and not having a-va1idrlver's
meeting tobe.heldlin
tha.Cham ....
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license. He was sentencedto ber of Commerce office on K.Tunple '

The most economical; months pay-a in fine jail$500.or on the DWIcharge serve- six 8 o'clock.Avenue. Monday'.,night.at IIOFF': FOREVERUnsightly Perly'adrerlised and registered,. we will be

and a $50 fine,or,,15 daYSin jail
r; ,
The club win be open,for beginners I

writ jngL e.ve.r' devised. on Djuring the license Plea.charge Day in. County and persons who have already ato

Judge's.Court.Wednesday Ru&se1l.1 pictures started hut taking--would movie like to and improve, still glad give..yoii afl necessary Information.asiowKatyou'sbonlddo. '

Starling i was sentenced to ExcessFacial. ]
V. I their techniques. Membership is .
of .$150',or 60-days.in .jail.on 81 !
limited to adults. Removed'
DWI charge.His.license,was Suspended i.
BRADFORD COUNff for three months. City Recreation. Director, Bob I Permanently .
i Keener.said.that Robert Mclntire .
t. Fjfteen other persons,were sentenced Edmund .
I'.i to a total of $610 in fines will serve'as,,instructor for. the :y

sno-or,194-days! ..JQ jail..Ix>..other: groups, and that the. Chamber. of Dwyer I -
cases involving driving offenses Commerce darkroom facilities Ili fORD
I Ekttrologist COUNTY
and breaches of-the peace, the will.be' available use byperons .- '
defendants, did. not, appear and who. wish.to. develop and 107
forfeited...bandL.tOtA.liT\f S1.8A., !pnnt their own negatives. Gainesville FRrUOl J, .......

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County To Buy theme run \\est along the cen
'' '.. ter line of Slate: Road IS and 2Zl

Out Road EquipmentSome \ "We made:up, our" minds what we wanted and a run distance South 2i of feet}4l to lect.the theme pointof Sell It Rent It Trade It

decided to:write before we forgot," was the explanation beginning; from said point

ear.old carrie . ofjered" ght- Sanders
IW't'M'41 by e
Of 14? feet. them-c run South 4S7.40
badly needed road equipment (right) as she and best friend: Linda Faye Macar- feet; theme run East 141 feet I CI.\?!lIFIED DIMM.AT ___ sis rn I.d PTet taserfl.

will be purchased by the uence run :urlli 4vb 71: feet totbr .I.IMt PKR IMH; FOR SAME AD nrrEATEn O\B: OR MORE TIHKI
The I t.-i: '- ages 'nine, dropped their. letters 'to Santa. Claua inV point yf ginning. All lying I
county if suitable bids are \ 4nd being in the Northeast Quarter -
to: the Board of County Commissioners the mailbox last Fri &Y. ; f t.\I:;'4) ol Section 3*. Township CARDS OF THAMC 4t> T. M Wr4a) CUT
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7 South. Range ZJ East OVER H WORD' _- 4 O t Per Wsu4
Past Oct. 5. The girls also might have been planning to Bradford County. Florida.

V V V GREETINGS I MEMORIAL AD' RK Ol.rriO\-t 4 Cf+tu rev _....
The Board has called for competitive VV : beat the last minute mail rush by getting the letters : -
lou are hereby notified that
bids on two new dump V V off early. suit to quiet title has been broughtin a I 2* WORD OH I.F.lle. 0.e l..." .. (MI-.l_.-, r.."K.t _V __ Jtt

Twenty-five years ago. with a trucks and a road grader. A 1955 the Circuit Court in and for
V Carrie's mother said the youngsters had written Bradford County. Florida against I EU'R _nnITIO' _i, WORD OVFR 50 .. -. V P.. w..,
county school budget of only $62.- model truck owned by the countyis ; 4 V V vou and each of you. and all persons .

COO, the opening of school was being offered as down payment letters to Santa in May but she persuaded them to claiming any estate right 20% DISCOrST Olf REPEAT IXSERTIO 4AW2 A0Z3e
V 1 litle or inUrest or lien the .
heralded as a "better year with ,n the. new trucks with the ... ; V t': think it over for a While before mailing the reV aforedeMrribed property in. and upon you : ADDITIONAL fOR BLISD ADS OR ADS !SOT' PAID I*' ADV.\. CII.

higher salaries for the teachers balance to be paid off in three quests. The wait had some effect too. are hereby, required to sr\e a copy I
of, y ur answer or other pleadings
and a full eight months of equal annual installments begin- I
in tliis suit upon Plaintiff!" attorney -
School." Twenty-five teachers ning Jan. 3,. 1960. V rV Linda. Faye and Carrie decided- theyVVdidn't, have whose name and address appear WE HAVE a non loan program ft" -
to .the they originally below on or before the I2th farmers. Loan of: I to S jturt
a good place keep pony
Witt employed, and a contract The new grader will have to be .1: day of (>tober. I5J9. and either before for the entire credit require no,," snva

was let to supply wood for the "Jfered at terms calling for no ; wanted, so they changed th' orders to dolls and or Imm'-d iatelv thereafter.v .I ments. Gainesville of the fa'mer Production and his Cred'Association. tarnlly. <8 QUALm rAlTI
V v are reqnlntl to file the original
Starke school at $3 per cord S doll clothing bedsbassinets.. ,, Worth ham
down payment and equal payments of miir anawer or other pleadincs VO Psicts
racked at the schooL > with th. Clerk of the Circuit Courtin Galnemrllle Fla. tfcfc'
three ,V and Mrs. MaL
4 for years beginning I Carrie Is the daughter of ,M-Sgt and for Bradford County. Florida.Herein .

Jan.: 3, 1960- The county will not V V V R. Sand rs '640 W. Gardiner St. and Faye is fail not .'r a decree pro con- RADIOS REPAIRED WINKLER ELECTRIC
Depression days had forced the interest on either purchase. : :'It com I I fey-o will, be entered aeainyt you AU Make AD M 4elleaa.abIe
.: ._, MK'and Macarages, lr default.WITNESS. Caara-ra g.ars.teHIPHERIVS ..
discontinuance Mrs.
of a county demonstration : the daughter of ueorge.
If the is purchased :.- i
equipment ,
: my hand and seal of ) RADIO A TV 231 N. Temple St rke
agent in Bradford the county will have four dump .I :.'.:".: who live next door. Carrie's father is currently this Court af Starke. Bradford I..... Greta Owaer
Coi.nty. Florida this 8 day of Sep 912 E. fall )'t. Ph.e"0 4-9901 PHONE \\0 4-4081
County during 1934 but Mrs. J. South with U. S. Air
tiucks. three self-propelled graders ( V ', stationed in Vietnam. the tember. A. D. 1353.JKAU Stark.. Fla.

C. Jones had teen busy with a one pull grader, a bulldozer Force. He"won't be' 'home at .Cbrtslma.s to see WAXTED BY -V

canning: project formerly encouraged end a front-end loader for use in .. orders. Charles A. Darby COLON Ml. FLORIST! tprRJEiCEOPainter.. and 4Vy.wail .
V how well Santa fills the Clerk Of Circuit Court
I Only F. T D. Florist in Starke. work hour .
V by or by the Ji>h
by service She had V." JVylarIn I.. Crosby
maintaining county graded Toads Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor Contact Jack Houser at J & J
canned 945 jars of produce to and ditches. I 7.. ADKIXS.r pn JR'v ClerkA all ocra.oions locally. Phone Builders for information. Guaranteedwork.

win $5 In the State Budget Con- 11 We WO t.5'I.l6: Eat Nnna St. tfchg .
Strike -nh'roi'y AvenueOainryville.
!' The Board is also calling forbids 200-Acre Park State Hospital V 82-Yard Florida

te5t.'S. : from contractors for the removal Described To Attorney for Plaintiffs FOR KKNT--Kurnished apart
[Continued from Page 1J 1 0-1 ments. Reasonable rales. Near
of existing metal and For shopping center Phone '
Negroes WO -:011
Bradford, like many another w.x>uen awnings and replacement Local Rotarians the evening, with 89 yards In eight cr WO 4-5131 or call at :1, S. Men's Leather
Florida County was in financial Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.
with uniform metal awnings along had 57 in 11 :,
ReadiedWork Gardner
carries. tfrhB
difficulties Being
25 and the
years ago
A first-hand description of the
CMC construction right-of-way on
Richard Dug-
tnes and halfback HALF SOLES
Supreme Court ruled that. the
U3 301 through the business sec I Northeast Florida State Hospital FOR RENT-Kingsley; Lake effl- ,
Commissioners must show cause I per got 21 in eight shots. Terwiflegar'sUSED dory apartment or cottage by week
non of Lawtey.'Spanish on the new Magnolia! at Macdenny was given to members distri- f-r month. Call WO 4-3011, C. HXa .
why taxes should not be raised to First downs were eveniy
Lake State Park for colored peo- of the Starke Rotary CIu6 worthy. tfchg 1.50 PMen's
meet interest and sinking funds buted with both teams getting
Class ple is being resumed on a limited Wednesday by Dr. J. T. Benbow: Tornado
for payment on $53,000 in defaulted superintendent of the institution.Dr. eight The long range HASTINGS MATTRESS

road bonds. Clerk A. J. Thomas Now MeetingModern appropriation, Robert Baylor, superintendent attack proved the difference as & UPHOLSTERY Rubber
Benbow described new trends WORKS
said the county would need 10 of Gold Head Branch BHS scored three times on only
mill* more to meet. the debt. instructional methods; State Park announced yesterday. &nd treatment developments of mental in the patients care, and two first downs in the second 710 Lemon St. raUtka! HEELS 85C Up

S. ;indicate thaL the average personcan Baylor said that facilities soon invited Rotarians to visit the new half.Guard V Furniture Repaired Upholstered -

Three lots on Kingsley were learn to speak a foreign lan- to be placed in the area include hospital for a close-up view. Ronald Crawford was a & Refinished

cold during August 1934 for what in approximately 20 lessons picnic shelters rest defensive performer all MATTRESSES
guage room facili- The speaker'was introduced by standout REBUILTNew Extra !
was then considered a goodprce" according to Peter Fresneda ties, picnic tables, well and pump, A. J. Thomas Jr., who had chargeof through the game as he managed CAR Innersprings Special

of $275 each- Today choice new BHS teacher of Florida His- stoves, and trash cans. By springit the progra.in.Only 12 assists and one unassisted tackle and Box Springs

property there Js demanding as tory and Spanish. The newer is hoped to have bathing facilities Lineback Tombo Smith and Drop Us a Card or Call HALF SOLES and

high as $150 .per. .front foot. techniques stress hearing the lan including bath houses and A Few Days Left Harvey Tanner also picked up PALATKA EA 5-9166

guage; and practicing it orally dock, and boat launching ramps several tackles as the big Mac-

City Bond Trustees announceda rather than the visual approach completed Baylor said. To Buy Pine Seedlings deny line sprung its back into STARKE 05931 HEELS 2.00 Up
new rate schedule designed to Fresneda Starke,
explained. secondary.
benefit large users: 11 cents for The park superintendent said Agent
The recently organized adult that although the last legislature Landowners who plan to order
the first kilowatts eight cents for ,
pine seedlings from Florida ForestS UchzMRGE STARKE'SSHOE
class in Conversation
Spanish failed
the next 50, six cents for the next appropriate requested Cancer Survey
rvice nurseries have less than
100, and five cents for all over meets on Thursday evening from funds .for the park, $7,500 has I

200 kw. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the front of just been released for limited imp a week to act before Oct.V 1 dead- Continued from Page 11 I HOME REPAIRING
S. e the usa Building Temple Ave. 'ovem nts' there. line. helped in collecting the donations. 4I FOR txdronms SA Colonial-type, house
living rm. family rm., 123 S. Walnut St.
"Individual orders for to 50y
A mystery was cleared up dur- The course is designed for be- The Magnolia Lake Park includes :: up Attending: the luncheon meeting Jmin< rm., sun parlor; located N.

ginners but also provides oppor- 000 seedlings will be accepted Mrs.6everly Walnut St. choice residential area; Across from Park Theatre
ing August of 1934 when a corpse 'wei'Mi1 Clyde TerwiDegar close to
about 200 acres of land without reduction," according: 1948 business t-ection, school?!',
found in the New River section tunities for advanced students to and about quarter mile of lake Blackshear, Mrs. Martha DodgeSTAKE churches. Lot extends depth of en-
the Forest Service "and tire block. Will sell
practice with materials on a higher I Miss\ partly furnished
about a month before was identi- Snellen Mrs. T. J. ,
front. The area has been If desired. Contact Mrs. If.
already seedlings win,be pro-rated among owner F jK RENT OR SAI.EI bedroom
f'ed'as C. W. Nation of Miani. level. Alvarez Mrs. Arlyn Mc- BODY TRUCK 11. JlcLendon, :3019 Westchefittr. Or-
fenced, a parking lot construct- the ,applicants for over 50.000 if Dot t; lando. Fla., t-nfirniehed house at jso X. '"herry
identification was made by the Married couples particularly are Rnight. Mrs. Barbara Hill Miss or inquire Bradford st! Kent ra!'<>naWe. Floyd Green
"d, and a clay road built for access the supply does not'mee the..de- County Telegraph. tfchg phone WO 9-Z3:. tfchg
mans: son from a finger that had invited to participate Fresneda Dorothy RoSs and George Kopel- _
to the park. ,mand. If, a surplus develops later: $145.00
been previously] crushed. The stated because of their opportunity '
ousos. FOR RENT Three unfurnished
Supt. Baylor said that I in the planting season the. extra TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES made
Inn' locked and bloodstainedcar to the be- arrange director apartments. 1-7 room, 1-3 room and
s practice language "Also present were area to u er. Mrs. Peggy Shatter 203:
will be ,seedlings win be offered first,to
ments made by spring to ;Z rvrta. Utilities furnished. Centrally
was found in Jacksonville. tween sessions. Mrs: '}.{arl n.. Davis of Gaines- E. Ad kins. phone WO 4-5934. tfche ] aked. Kejbonable. Phone UUJ
1ave :these whose orders were reduced. access to the' park from Hi
S. Courses in vme and Mrs. Olin White Jr.. and lull or after i p. m. Wu 45131
French German, and 21.Register. The seedlings are prodUced: ;. 1951 ChevroletFORDOR Furnished House for Rent on Silver
call St.
way or at m S. Cherry tfchg
Sunday School on the first Sun- Lake Inquire at Greyhound Bus
Portuguese are available on the Florida Forest Service nurseries l4rs. Robert'. Barksdale, representing Station.
day-in August 1934 was held at of Beta tfcbg FOH SALE Karmall Cub Tractor
demand of fifteen persons who for sale to landowners ,prices 1 the local chapter Sig- -
the Gum Branch home of Mr. and Now For ? and equipment. Inquire Gene K
can attend regularly on a given have been set this year at .$I;per mil: PhI: LARGE STOltAGE SPACE For Starling, Kt. I. Box 167, Lawter
Mrsl: Tully"! Norman, Friday night rent ritn 4-8934 Itrhg :Itr'tftLf
pvrning according to L. H. Gibson Special Election thousand for pines.

prayer meeting was at the homeof director of the adult pro- Although Oct 1 is the deadline At The Tablernacle $145.00 SAWS FILED and all old saws :;.\ LADY WANTET>-Mutt beaperiented.
Mr. and Mrs. Malley Alvarez. reconditioned like Nicks Fruit
new Call for and e Good pay
gram. Mrs. Marian Crosby, county supervisor for seedling orders: none will be V delivered. Phone WO 4-1441. Calvin .8t.r.rt Zip 9-17

of registration, said this shipped until Nov. 17 from the. ::Mrs. Florence Hipple and Mrs. Johns. tfchg
Bradford High PTA Big Dad Company veek that nine days are left be- Olustee Nursery which services Mae' WQOd. who have spent the3ast FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM unfurnished Straw"'OlLE.Irrrry plant- n..oRlD."to"; ready to act

fare registration books will be Bradford County. The baby trees two months on vacation in 1955 FairlaneFORDOR apt. 26J W, '.Madison. See 14.55: p-r LOOM E. A. Norman at

Sets Two ProjectsPurchase Makes $250 DonationTo dosed on the special election of 'are processed for shipment during California; were welcomed backto door Jimmy, Moore at Gulf Station nest \MarkI Starling farm. 2tp 9,J4

Hospital Nov. 3.Newcomers. i I the winter months,when growth! services at The Tabernacle last tfcbg nmLE EQUITY IX: 2 BED-
of a water cooler and also visited FOR KENT KM concrete: block home near
I who have lived int !is dormant. Sunday. Mrs. Hippie 2 L'EDROOM modern
a cash award of $100 were two house, circulating heater new b--fiool Call WO ,-:;;;,;;;.
; Ie county for six months must 1 Application forms for ordering relatives in Canada while awav. on Kings- :tp 924tttflSN.
projects the Bradford. executive board of the Icy Lake. Winter rates. See Mrs IIf _

School adopted PTA by at its first' Bndford County Hospital Auxiliary register to be eligible, as well as j;seedlings can be obtained from In addition to the morning-mess $995.00 Hen. ,,' lake :3 trng ; CARPORT. BATH -- Remodeling. -

High met at noon Thursday, Sept. those who did nt register for last : the nearest,Florida Forest Service a,;.e br the Sponsor, Mrs. Hipple FOR ItElnfurnishl'll: unallhjjse No money down. Finance

meeting of the new term held 17 in the Garden Restaurant. A vr's general election. Residentswho office, county ,gent, SCS technician and Mrs 'Wood 'each gave a brief at rear of store building at ,5i1sh.; railVO 4-4471 mp 1130: :
last week. 3J1:; "ernple .\"e. Contact Mrs.
their farm forester. or ASC of- resume; of their spiritual activities "'onLE! electric roltawayfloor
gift of $250 to the Auxiliary was\, hate changed names Maude Mott at McCarthy's Garage, : Large
The cooler will go in one of the fice. must the 1953 fan. J30.( Lawn mower heavybuilt
roceived from D. S. Siceloff of the through marriage or who have Payment accompanyall luring summer. MercuryFORDOR 5 niiUn on Kalford td. tfihgFLOKIDA electric power. $403.. T.

school buildings and the $100 a- Big Dad Manufacturing Co., andit moved 'to another precinct must seedling applications. The public'is reminded of the 'jnijrJpy." cor. ("bury" Madison
ward will go to the class havingthe their service at1 the 'TabernacleFriday 90( STRAWBERRY Itrllg
Landowners pick rpecial
was announced that this money notify the supervisor of the may up PLANTS for sale. John Magyar

highest percentage of PTA will ''be used for projects.The change, but do not have to register seedlings at,the. nursery, have night' \t 7:30 o'clock. let 2. Box :S3H 2 mi. North of WANTED EXPERIENCED Secretarr -
parents by the end of October. Starfce on I'S AOl 2tp17 and bookkeeper. Ph'me KeyIODV -
if they are eligible under them shipped express collect, 01
next general meeting will < heights 4io:; or write P. O
School Superintendent H. P. the other conditions. have them delivered to a nearby Theatres AnnounceNew $595.00 FOR SALE--I gallon JUR. 5c each. n..x 231: Keystone heights Itchg 10'
:Morgan Introduced H. B. Ingram. be heldThur5day, Oct. 15, at 7:30P. Case Indud ". Florida Theatre
Registrations will be accepted Florida Forest Service headquart
who outlined the school m. in the Episcopal Parish I : .Starting Times I II ltrhg ri-yTOM MADE DR.PEYour
the office ofthe .
by Mrs. Crosby in
House. It nat-rial or min Also upholstery:
the year and introduced 17 was announced that the clerk of the circuit court during -: FOR SALE' OR n..nt-3 bedroomunfurnished work dnn 'all Mr.. Howard. Tu-.. .
vearbooks are ready and will be ers.MAYOR'S I The Florida and Park Theatres home with modern bath -r Kf/Mone Heights, rhone 4274.
new faculty members. regular office hours until noon COURTFive on Baylesn Hlway. 7 miles from 4the in it
1954 Ford
:Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. presided dIstrifauted at that time. Oct. 3.The. thIs week announced! 'new opening Pick'p Starke.. Jack Carter. RFD 2 Box 1 4.ttn.

times for their Sunday'moviC3.. "OR KHVT 2 bedroom furnished
over the business session, and special election deals with young men. .were put on
rift carport and large utilityoorn
Mrs. H. V. Knight was program Guy Andrews Heads a constitutional amendment to early evening curfews with The, theatre doors will open Sun- I.OIT STRAYED on STOLEN -on"e. Fornor.1 1! or with infant
at 1:45 and the show female Red Rone!! Hound. Pete Wainwricht. -
$$695.00 Mid. 7J3 N.
chairman. Rev. H. O. Boyette Democrat Dollar DriveGuy rhange the apportionment of suspended .fines of $27.50 each will start at 2 p.m.Flannellgraph. I.awtev. Fla !?p10/1_ Inquire tfr""f
gave devotional. senators and representatives in following ,a ."disturbance at the COLLEGE GRADUATE (Mal). 31

Tile hostess committee was composed Andrews. Starke realtor, the State Legislature. local bus station early :Monday Jeirs old. wants part time work 5 WORK

of Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. has been A Negro ;woman was : Lessons tip S evenings all day Saturday
appointed chairman of morning. ... Writ_ fln x St-t: Starke, Via Up REMODELING. ADDITIONSTILE
Mrs. .1. C. Sarjp Mrs. James Lewis the 1959 Dollars for Democrats Adult Education also put on curfew bI'.Mayor W. 1958 Ford Pick'pLIKE
and Mrs. The Flannelgraph lessons at "'rur SU.B ColetTjjin Oil Burner
W. T. Jackson. Drive In Bradford County. T. (Billy) Jackson after'an alter -
53.000 BTU used I Ilkle --
V Classes OrganizedClasses Nona Park.I formerly Ensey Play- reason.
Andrews said that cation with a young colored man. NEW Together with oil tnnk. stand SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
W. C. T. Bradford'sQ1I0ta latl: will be resumed Tuesday. and tubing. J. O. Hanson Keystone

V "EVERY DRUNKARD WAS announce plans later for meetingthis white adults in the following subject Ray Griffis, Clyde W. Sum- Florence Hipple ahd her assist- $$1195.00 .'onLE-35; MM Exakta with 3enterchangeable 121 N. St lair Ph. WO 9-1):)(

ONCE A MODERATE DRINKER." goal.State areas: Mathematics, Monday ner, and Clarence Sumner were ants.' Children are invited and lenses.!' F I.3 ;5* MM.
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson the men involved in the bus station 133 M. M. Telephot 40 )I. M. wide
NATIONAL VOICE.] evening: History. Geography, I adults are welcome to attend these angle two Stropelites and other ac FOR SALE OR WILL TRADE
is state chairman disturbance. Charged with
of the fund and Civics, Tuesday; Science, Typing cessories.. Cost Approx J3; 11" will
drive.TERWILLEGAR. disorderly conduct, they were fined programs. -,..-tr of for *%1)11. Excellent for lab Our large home at 337 N. Walnut
Shorthand, and High School L. New $t. This is a wonderful place to liveThree
eratory work. G. Mason.
Preparatory courses. Wednesday; $7.50 each, but the fines were jncw HIVESBAPTIST 1955 PlymouthSTATION "Ingbty: Leach phone LE 32331. or' four large bedrooms plus
suspended for 30 days. During _HP 15' JI) living room with fireplace.
English, Typing, Bookkeeping. CHtJFCH I:' x I: 15' dining room, ir x JO' FlorIda

and Conversational Spanish, the probationary period each muse. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship WAGON$695.00 WANTED: Registered Xurses. CiPn o- family room: 12 x: 16' kitchen. -
be at home by 9 each eve- Large lot thru to Clark St.
p.m. 11 Eventaf: Serr eral duty. Excellent working condi
Hour a. m.
No classes are cur- Large
Thursday. carport: pecan tret'l
MOTORS tions. Salary open. Ed Fraser Memorial -
rently planned for Friday. Ac- ning.Diamond .e, 1 p. m. Prayer Melting eaa Hospital.!' Macclenny. Fla. and azaleas. Only 3 blocks to Post
was also charged with Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. Pnone M, '-:?fll: Itrhir 111:1:, ; office and everything downtown.
cording to L. H. Gibson, director Very reasonably priced at below
reckless driving, and was sentenced subdivision house.
nf the adult the majority Worm Free Crowder and Blackeyed
to pay a fine of $37.50 orserve Peas. $1 per bushel you pick them. Will accept moderate down pay-
I of the classes for white per- tlrrtilt Crmrt Of ..Hondati inept or will take your present
IB The! M..rrt Carter Ht 2 sturke tip
sons meet in the USO Building seven days In jaiL : btk J...fel>l Omit 1. A>4 1 NEW TRUCK Some in trade or will trade for
Rachel Kittle the Negro woman F.r Bradford C__l. I. CT>.Beery.SOT FOR SA I E-2 story house at Ill X. acreage or timber land.
although !-
from 7 to 10 p.m. generally to V TO UCIET TITIJCBlllie Cherry T Tnqnire at 13; X. Churcht.
pleaded guilty disorderly J. rRILM WALLRt.
some are scheduled for Varnes and LUla Q.'arn s. alter ;3 p. m. weekdays or any- ..
a. B. yat. Lb. mis ?rzswi
conduct by fighting, and was sentenced his wife. Plaintiff vs. Thomas Dli- LEFTTurn (|nv on weekends SIp 100 Lake City FlorIda

NEW% 1960 FORDS two hours. to pay a fine of $21.50..The 08 i et a!L Defendants. tfchg
Courses may be taken with or NOTICE OF FOR SALE-Three bedroom lake
said. In- sentence was probated on the condition THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Signals Rear Bumper home near Keystone Heights. Apart-
without credit Gibson that she be confined at WALDON ,R WaDS WORTH ment house with office space in
terested persons can obtain further whose resldtnc Is Hampton Bradford GaI e.'I"ilIe."in' accept Starke property lSTARKE
home with her mother every evening County Florida, and whose :in trade. Dr. Bollinger, phone
COMING OCTOBER information by contactingthe U.S.N.SNoaa- Two brand new hf'llMl. latest de-
8 after 7 pjn. for a of mailing address is Special $1895 WO t-gm Starke_Itpr'OK
adult education office in the period wmr. Marine: Transport Lines. II ign. range, refrigerator hot water
40 days. Broadway. New York. New York; REXT: -Famished 3 rooms and hest r. space heater kitchen' exhaust
USO Building or by writing to EARLDINE fan
FRED WHJDDEN and Utilities furnished. paved driveway caralrer
tfcth apartment.
-, the Director Box 1190, Starke. The Negro man involved la the HIDDEN.? !m wife whose residence Private entrance. U. D. Green 1805Raitord ( ; carport paved street city Btiii-
ALSO incident, Frank Bennett .20.. was is Bade Cwtnty. Florid. and Rd. Phone WO 4-1Z32. tie. telephone landiwaped grounds.All .
address U > down balance like
whose maillot %f..har lft-1
I Brooker Student sentenced ,to a fine of .$77.50. ..or.. ioa Power & Light Company Mi BUY NOW and rer.t. Shown on request.

15 days in jail on the same charge.In ami. Florid: THOMAS DIXON, also KLECTROLUX America's largest

Helps In University two other cases heard'bY the EDAT fcnowti M DTXON.THOMAS also DXSON.known and as selling vaccum cleaner now has a 205 Tew A. J....THOMAS..t*". Cf.REAlTOR 9. 31 arIsesSt.
in this
I salesman area.
FORD FALCON. I :Mayor: his 'wife. residenceoakiicwnJOHN SAVE Garner 101free home demonstrationat fr._ fmmmt Oar Bras)

Orientation WeekTerry Lewip Norman forfeited 27.50 F. DAVIS and M. wo 4-ltRj;; ItfhgEXPERIENCE Tel. WO4-37D1
H., DAVIS. his wife residence 1ID'
on a charge of public intoxication': imo ra: JOSEPH O. HATXES and
McDavid, of Brooker, wa, I GEORGIA AJ HATNES. hi. wife. .
William Ed Jones fined f .nr h.'a'.r fld5 Servicing or,
6 Cylinder -. 90 Horsepower one of 165 University of Florida was rednCS unknown; JOHN McWITBB. Cleaning Contact Mr J )(. Allen. 'CKIIO"* RIll.Dl 9IPPLY,
: $27,50 on each of two charges also known as JOH? McWETO. TERWLEGARMOTORS Starke. Fla. or Hear Rl* Dad Fart ryWW -
Rt I. Box: 179.
students leading the recent orientation failing' to have his vehicle under and MANDT McWTTBB. at-. ..!,,"--t'_ l 4hg lOis .. A.4 >. berry 9fm.W .
181 In. week for incoming stu, M known .. MANDT McWFBR.re.itence have just purchased the followInr .
Long 109.5
WheelbaseSix control and not having a valid. unknown: H. W. HARVEy -. INSURE TOCK MERRYCHRISTMAS used Items at a low price an dents. residence unknown: and C.w.
drivers license. will pass the savings on to yon.
McDavid served lead BARBER ,residence<< unknown: !Steel'
as a group 0L shop table C' Ionic x 23" wider
Passenger artd to an parties claiming Interest .
34high. Metal file cabinets.
er during the week-long program I CHTJSCa OF GOD ..,. br. tbrou -1I.*under Defendant or against and th'aWTV10 all Earn Christmas money selling Wood file rabinets. Metal storage

0 which introduced new freshmen tc Sunday School, 10 t, 'm..lion* partle harin* or claiming to hare Honest AVOWS nationally advertised cabinets 4* wide ..x: r hlgfc. Wood
different of academic social to the Dependable folding tables 3< x 24 x 2)" (ideal
OVER 30 MI. PER GALLON phases tog Worship, U m. 'm., .SoadcyEvenmy followlnc anT right described title or lands located !gift seta. for camping and picnic trip.)

and political activities on the! Service 7:45 p. ml TPB la Bradford,Con t... Florida, to-wlt Reliable .Write Onlda Sweat: P. O. Box Com in to see us, feel free to look

campus. Service Wedu day. 7:45 m. Commence at th.*. Northeast (XE1mer around or phone WO 4-iOfl ask
p. 54t Live Oak. Fla
nO. for Pr-b Ghame \r'hr:
,r f S rtl4 o Thirty
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. XL ',To J whip Seven (7) South


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( HLa._._.._.AAA_ __ l f AAAJ.AA_ _* p e. After the appointment of will be an event of October 16. at ; HOPE'BAPTIST CHURCH Union, 7 pjn.; Evening worship, S
Paul W. Murray, pastor. Seven pm. .
(ciamittees for the year the room 8 p. m. in Evergreen Baptist cra
miles south of Starke S. R. 100. Wednesday Prayer meeting
A on
count was taken and won by Mrs. Church was given a lovely shower -
t l Doyle Eubanks': First Grade. Mrs. on Saturday evening at Evergreen t Sunday School. iO am.; WOT- 7:30: pjn.
service 11 Everyone welcome.aveczcloIcir
ship am.: Training
i Milo Smith, membership chairman Baptist Church. After the
Mm. Joyce T. I'utihAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA reported that there were 32 pitying of several interesting I

I;jraid members to date. The group games Miss Privett opened her or a

retired to the cafeteria where refreshments -I many beautiful gifts. Delicious
P. T. A. Meets! j I were served. Hostesseson home made cake was served to
The Parent.Tearher Association Mrs. J. T. the 40 Hostessesfor '} C "
this occasion were guests present. Z ; f bill
held its first meeting on rye Mrs. R. E. Lee, Mrs. Martha the evening were .Mrs. Leslie Cotton xRS.. y1 : ,., $ _

Tuesday evening with the President .li-Ies and Mrs. Joyce Futch. McClellan, Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Mrs. fill.HOCKET'tOU/-
Bobby McClellan and Mrs. Fisher on every
Mrs. R. E. Lee, in charge.An : Bridal Shower Grows,1
Gaskins. Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Jr.
interesting welcome was given whose marriage I
Miss Alma Frivett. of
and daughter Ann Ocala were
by the new principal; James Tem- : to Robert Gerald Norman,out-of-town guests.
Those on the sick list are Mrs.

The perfect tribute to l 1 Mary: Reddish, Mrs. O. J. Phillips s Again
and Mrs. Hattie Darley. I
a cherished memory Little Ricky Roberts of Jacksonville -I ;

t is visiting his grandPar-\\ .. : J4t

Every funeral that we con- ; e"ts, Mr. and Mrs. G. ..
Hurt is a source of sustaining Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and I 1* !i ? F FS

solace to and the family.spiritual inspiration ) ; Mr.children and of Mrs.Jacksonville Walter Wilkison visited I 'r f. ON REGULAR GAS I Incarcf I

f Bpd Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on 4

Hundreds of details are managed! and economically Sa'urday. I : 4
Mrs. C. B. Cannon and son of 4 I
attended to that only a trained and careloi; ( .
Jacksonville spent Saturday with
organization can perform when the urgent nee her mother. Mis. Mattie Hender R4 tr.ti rti

for serving is at hand.DeWITT I
son.Miss i I,
Joan Kruse of Chicago
1 is our new Junior Primary teacher..
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Parents come in and meet her. 4 -

PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610 family visited friend in Jackson- That "long white stuff", re- Huey (renter) and Charie Con art, M>n" of Mr. and )If'i. C. {

Will furnish the highest type wrvloe at lowest price, and acceptANT f'1J1ilyiistoo friends in Jacksonville nitmbered by some older residents C. Cowart of Heilbronn section" help their mother, left, pick !
life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY, company, as .on and Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Bryant Reddish as cotton was harvested this year cotton she planted aot an educational project for her children. i iI

payment in part or in full on funeral ser\i<". Consultation the I -
had as guests during the weekend en the C- C. Cowart farm in I
carries no obligation. Mis. J. M. Wilson, Fred Bennett H'ilbronn section for the first:I aone. the second picking.Mr. .

Miss Jeanette Cook, and Mrs. time in 30 years. But it wasn't "The seed company sent me a Cow art's father farmed in ,
Joe Poythree of Jacksonville, and Instead of sample of treated seed when I the Heilbronn section and cotton -- z -
Miss Judy MiKel of Gainesville. Ii commercial project. wrote asking to buy a small ,a- was his main cash crop. He tookit
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie a cash crop of several acres, only mount" Mrs- Cowart said. "Now to Starke to be ginned by Quig-,

Dcnn last weekend were Mrs. '.hree rows were planted-"just the children have had the expert- Icy & Davis on the site of the i I -

Jeanie Baxley Mrs. Margaret: enough to show the children what, erce of watching cotton grow present J & J Building Supply Il .
Baxley of Dothan, Ala., the G. F.' growing cotton looks like." I blossom and mature. They have here Mr. Cowart is now".- employ-,'l -

Prevatts, and the Harley Waldrons Mr. and Mrs. Cowart were both: even helped pick it," she added. el. : on
of Starke. reared: on cotton farms and since The cotton was planted last., "We didn't see the first boll.,

Jimmy Eunice left Monday for ncne of their six children had Anril. and harvesting started late I II weevil in our cotton patch Mrs.I __ //ar-sav/nc
Valdosta to enter Valdosta State ever seen the stuff growing they in August. The first picking filled I Cowart said referring to the dread _
College where he will be a senior decided to plant a few rows to I a pillow sack and Mrs. Cowart I pest that put cotton growers out '
this: year. Mrs. Brad Norton and show their family how it was expects to get that much more at of business in Bradford County. Pj'iAMIC 90
Mrs. J. S. Eunice carried him to
Valdosta. 10. J. Anders :and Billy. HAMPTON: BAPTIST CHURCH day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday,,

Sunday guests of Mrs. Hester I Mr. and Mrs- Rowell Prevatt and Welcome to First Baptist 7:30 a-m. Ia'.foI96O'
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Church Hampton. Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir
Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shu-
Jacksonville on Sunday-Sunday School 10 a.
Prevatt in Practice; 7:45 p.m. Litany and
i-rd were Mrs. Jewell Goolsby and Saturday.The m.: Morning Worship, 11 a. m.:
Bible Study.
son of Baldwin and Mrs. Leslie Theodore Crews family had Training-Union. 7 p. m.; Evening Ii

It,?,, 1 I h,4', I I .I S-veat of Maxville.Mr. dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Worship: 8 p. m.
and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins I Padgett and family in Clay Hill Wednesday-Prayer meeting 8

:1 I end family of Jacksonville ",'ereSunday en Saturday.Mr. p. m. GOTAZTh
: guests of Mr. and Mrs.AUENTION and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Pastor Rev. W. P. McElroy. .
-.t'. Webster and Mr. and Mrs. L- W. .
,.k,,,., LUl SUMMER COLD
n.l; h. I Ii Baldwin of Starke were here on SEE THE NEW
St. Mark's
t'If i I Sunday looking after their mother Episcopal
.,:&' t t 1 1t Mrs. Mary Reddisli. Mrs. Red- BeT. Raymond .:. MacBUla IMEjfrfc f

:; went home with Mr. and %
,1f dish 4
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Sunday ServIces-9:45: ajn. y ..
.: Mrs. Baldwin for a few days visit. -
.!\ k! J t II e A/r"r and Miss Church School; 11:00 a-m, Morn- CLCLCL symptomatic
Mrs. Buster Bennett 1
.',',!.f ui (IINIedI... Elizabeth Terry attended the Ing Prayer and Sermon. ODD
<; ;' HELP WANTED Holy Communion First Sun- i RELIEF i
;. Bible course that is being taught
by Don Brandeis in Orange Park I DAY
...".. 0.1 Monday evening. .
....' .' WOMEN% Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville 1.5 mils 3 ft. x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roll. Cash with order .a.e. -
b .' r' ',,,M'' was the weekend guest of '1.5'mils 4 ft. x 1000'ft. $18.62 per 'roll, Cash with order tAT YOUR LOCAL A TMOR4ZUDV" '

ti Ages: 18 35 ONLY f
oe\UXe ., Harley. had II POLY FILM CO., Inc. Box 957 Crystal River, Fla.
Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp as I
Tuesday guests Mr. and Mrs. A- .
NpK\-CO 0 Sewing V. Bennett and son and Mr. and -=
Operators : Mrs.ville. Everett Burney of Jackson-

Mr.and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and
CU. On-The-Job Training Bell family of Jacksonville -
11 the Wilbur
visited Mrs. Sadie Prevatt -
RIGERATOR RS-WOX over the weekend.

REf of right PAID VACATION Miss Doris Tanner of Jackson- I
left turn!tear
.... u'Je spent the weekend with her 135 N. TEMPLE STARKE FLA.
,.",._ --1..- Hospital and Medical parents: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tan- ,

Policy BenefitsAPPLICATIONS rer.Those
SSr visiting Mr. and Mrs. G-
D. Wilkerson and the Leon Wil-

.TAKENDAILY kersons on Sunday were Mr. and

NONLY 1 P.M. 4 P.M. Mrs. Donald Ballentine and Mr. VANDERBILTTIRES .
nd Mrs. V. D. Dickerson of Jack

Apply In Person sonville. .
The Herbert Redding family of 30-Month
\ Green Cove Springs visited his
FuB-width 147 ft.eapwRy freezer. A e loW as Big Dad Ig. Co. brothers Arthur and Louin and Road HazardGUARANTEE _

Urge,deep Chlto Drawer and Meat Locker. $$2 50 their families on Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. James Waters had
with I Incorporated
full-len&tll-1Jalry Bar" Storage
and Cheese Keepers. A Week as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and I II
enclosed Butter
I 441 E. Brownlee St. Mrs. Lyle Schmehl Mr. and Mrs. Adjustment made I
5-Year Warranty on Manufacturer's List Price.
lifetime Porcelain 1 Interior Robert Schmehl Mr. and Mrs. II
Starke, Fla. Charles Schmehl. of Jacksonville
All Prices Exc. plus tax. "j
:and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- f I!!
!botham of Maxville.
A. .y1 Miss Judy Padgett and the Harold I; !
a Starlings spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. D- Davis in Jack i SIZE BLACK WHITE BLACK WHITE '

sonville. I 670x15 13.99 15.95 12.75 13.50 11'1
Congratulations are extended to !II
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston on the .
Gulf LifeADAPT arrival of their daughter Cathy 710x15 17.85. 14.95 16.75 ?
.A Marie, at Bradford 'County Hospital II!
on September 15. 660x16 11.02 ;; I

1tr Mrs. Nathan Starling had as ._ 1:

FIts your weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.Rudy I 750x14 14.99 16.99
tll Higginbotham) and daughter of ,
changingneeds Maxville.; and Mrs. Wiley Smith 800x14 20.28 Exc. MeansRecappable
and family of Jacksonville. Tire I'

oa Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Griffis of i'l III

Lf.ke Wales brought their grandmother -
i a a4q
Mrs. Katie Padgett home
?nd remained for the weekend Iii

The retirement plan yoU with Griffis their and parents Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Harry Mrs.. i RE.i. CAP NEW TREADS Guaranteed Life of Tread.

r x. buy for tomorrow can Wilkerson.Mr. ,

help meet today's needs and Mrs.Cedric Rosier were r v. TIRE and NEW (

4.. 4 thanks to the OP business Saturday.viistors to Jacksonville. TUBE. Exc. plus tax) I

exclusive AdaptAPlan.Ask Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart and 11,

your Gulf Life daughter of Jacksonville visitedMr. i'Ls: SIZE f BLACKVIIITE
representativeGulf,- and Mrs.. Quincy Rosier on I

Saturday.Mr.. and. Mrs. Vernon Padgett C 670x15 11.20 12.20 I

and Mr. and Mrs. Cotty of Clay I
Hill visited Mrs. Lavine Martin ;, 640x15 10.45 11.45 : 1

},EW..PHILCO I en LAWTEY Wednesday.CHURCH OF CHRIST 710x15760x15 11.70 12.70 I II

,\ ,-, -'( i ( mecDng In Hall) .
presently Qty "
Allowance On Your Old Range LifeINSURANCI Sunday Bible study, 10 a. ra.. WHILE I 12.95. 13.95 I' > '

c $,90 worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. I -
people's Bible THEY ',i t 750x14 11.45 12.45

study, 7; preaching, 7:30. t 1.
NASPR1HY 0. COMPANY 'Wednesday-Bible study 7:30p. : 800x14 12.60 13.60
C "H.
m. LAST .
Radio Program Station ; _, 850x14 J i 13.95 14.95
WROR. Mc aday. 63p a. m -
Furniture and Appliances W. H. HAND, SuperintendenBex It LAWTCT i

4.4723 Sunday School, 10 &. m. Morn i
308 Phoaa
... ..
310 .East Call St. Starke, Fla. tog Worship, 11 a. m. YPB Service I -. .1:
Starke Flaw "
7:30 a.
Saturday. p.


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NEWS OF INTEREST TO; .COLORED as chairman' the Fair called by coaches Butler,and Shellas m- Supt. Clarence Williams incharge. I.ouizaBrown, president. Arata ,Lest chapter! PenIs: of the CHURCH

-, ,.... ommit ee. :Ajl members the soon as the.court is,dry,enough Morning senice was led Williams reporter. ,Royal .Mounted .Police." -Admission
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn
-CITIZENS -BRADFORD: -C4tJD 'Y American ,J-egion.'.Auxiliary'and I I to be marked off It is the prayers I by the deacons sermon by the Hospitalized : children 26c Adults, ilc. lag Worship 11 a. m.; Evange-
1 Post will recive I courtesy; upon !I c! the-staff that?:this'will be, thelast :pastor- At 3 p. m. the tpembershipwcntstoKeystone.Heights ,Mrs. Inez Hightower Best is a Doors m. 1
open,7:10 listic services 7:30.p.
By Ozora Shell presentation of membership cards. .year'playing on,,,an outdoor l for service tiatient at ,the ,Diagnostic Clinic p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
State Department. ,Visitor ?urt. All students wishing 'to with the Federation Rev. E. Health Center of the Universityof lAdv.l

-AAAAAAAAAAAI... ...........AAAA&.A&.... &-&-&-&-&-&-&-.-.-.-.-. Mr. D. :E.: .Williams: ;: ,General' play must present .a .birth; certi- I D. Robinson president. Evening Florida. Gainesville. She has 7:30 p. m.
Consultant in ;Instruction, ,will flcaie"; verifying';your age. If you I bermon'was delivered by the pastor recently undergone surgery and is ; ; .
Schooltim Accident Insurance rake a good report. He has BAPTIST CHURCH ORAJIA11
a visit the schools:of:Bradford., .County <1o>not*]lave:one.write,to::Bureau ,at our church. All members are .doing fine to date. She is the wife I
Parents are urgedto enroll each large family and will BAPTIST ClIUEOl '
child In this im.urance,which will anything greatly contributeto appreciate I| today. .According to ,,a ,coininunication of Vital,Statistics.: ,State-Board:of :tuped to attend the Association of Robert Best of Starke and a Sunday School -.4S .m_ m

protect him through the learning this worthy cause.you The received by,MrHTP.\ Health.a P. :O. Box 210."Ji ,at New Bethel Baptist Church. b-isiness woman mother of the Morning Worship :1 m. ,,and Sunday school 10a. m. Morn*
: confer lorgan.Supt of school, Mr; Wfl- ville. :FlaVJThJS' is a 'req r t.son-1.Choir rehearsal win beheld at former Dorothy Wilson and graduate 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each tag Worship. 11 a. m. Training
years. He is protected while rid-I I I I cjce will be held in Madison and 1
i. school basket- will >rams will ,amve mid-iporning ot.'pt8. ,niterscbojastlc ,Athleticdsoclation. ,Jenkins .Elementary on Wednes- of RJE. We wish for Mrs. -Wednesday, 7:30 p. .m. RevGeorge Union 6:30 p. m- Evening Worship
the playing open on Wednesday after the '
S tyis
bdl, |in physical education, on first Sunday in October. Let's help I Thursday and will' begin at RJEHP .cay,Sept.30,,at 7:30. All membersare Best s speedy recovery. She is expected Chism pastor. Everybody 7:30 p. m. Rev. Bilt ,BI1.
has worked for'more ,than a CHUBCB NEWS asked to attendDue to Association welcome.
to return to Starke during ant. pastor.
playground, in science classes, Rev. Clark go to conference with
charter of,a with" the ,Bethel' Baptist ,, ,!
I pfew Church : rehearsal win not be .
:anywhere. on the school campus hag head up. his chest out, and his the weekend.
Negro schools in-the'state of Flar- 'New' $ethel Baptist
and to and from school. Any boy 1 shoulders back.- [staff reporter] ; 'Qiurch- :held this week but all members RENO THEATER ATTRACTION
and'is highly qualifiedfor the R- Y. A. B. "Vms6n astor., wm,behosts'
or girl Wwho" attends kindergarten: Bradford; County Fair I.S n. Supervisor' :Shell grill totbe; ;JCt.Sinia, Missionary ere,asked to be in uniform at Mt. Saturday & Sunday, September ElectricalCo.ntracting

grade, .JUnioi..or senior"high'' ArC you an "Early Bird"? The :conduct him on' his-tour in ;the 1 Baptist Association' whichIs now 1 Moriah.Methodist Church for the'\26 and 27, Tiger Fangs" with
school is eligible for this accident county fair will open on October .
county. He ,has watched the progress in"session..-:The ; Women' and Men's
; loCal program Day
; as1:1Id'Wednesdail program nnv outstanding: stars. 'Packed
prootectiori at a cost.of litt1e Over and extend through 24. OUrf"lUp and : --
I consolidation; of Mis. I
2c each day..As you know schoolIs 119 i has been invited to participate : ;night .with
Bradford County schools with interest Alma.JentbS'.rser.vJng'
In session for 180 days and you : as in the past. Community -*' ;mistressof .
J I and,praise. A
ceremones. "spicy
can get !Hjft protection for just; ciubs and organizations are askedto very .pro-
Birthday Party ,was tecf Election! of
ram preset) !
$2.00. For further information and : join the schools in making this '
Mrs. rr 'l1'AlIen Moderator and,other officers wjU' mrbx
the enrollment development seethe txmbit colorful and educational. : celebrated her ; t COMMERCIAL WIRING
principal of your school. Prizes and ribbons will be awardedand "natal day1 recently'at her home ha 'held today :The sessions ,will
228 E. Florida Street.,A delicious extend through Sunday night All
Appreciation Plan cash prizes will go to the *
I dinner was served. Local,'persons churches in tne association .are TYPES OF RESIDENTIAL ELECTRIC
Tchool students. Red, white
Rev. Ulysses and com- .
up v.S"
glue ribbons will be awarded to enjoying the party included: .!,Jr.M asked: to make complete. reports SERVICE
ing local minister, is asking all.pf .
-Mrs.-'Willie Brown,"Mr. aadlrs. for your membership nd'.k 4
t j community winners
his many friends to take an envelope first, second and third prizes.indicating Livestock -' > Clarence .Williams, Mr. ajid :our education pledges. Florida 4 : RADIANT HEAT Sales Service Installations

and fill it up so that he Mrs. Jessie Williams, 'Mrs"Joe Normal & Industrial 'Memorial

may maKe a rouna report in an- : can be entered through Mr.'I Carter. Guests from Jacksonville: College is looking to-thi&:group for .WIRING FOR ALL AIR CONDITIONING UNITS

nual conference this year; 'This ij 1ggins. county agent if you call"Mr-and .Mrs. James Johnson,'JXr. a Jarge.contrunuJon.i nightis AND APPLIANCES

will end his first full year as a tarly and register your interest and Mrs. Joseph Robinson and education tight and a representative -

pastor and he is Very anxious to ,he ,will tell ,you exactly what to family. Mrs. Willie Mae Williams! from the St. Augustine LIGHTING FIXTURES FOR EVERY PURPOSE
and Children and MrMarcus.. College is expected to be present: >:3.. ATYOUR
Many useful and beautiful gifts .The -Evangelistic service will be FORD DEALERS-HIS

?.n IN. were received by the honoree.arid ri-oducted 'by>Rev..J.-.P. Franklin .WHER ta's THE : USED CARS ; w'. .: FREE ESTIMATES

Green StampIdeabook all! the guests reported a:delightful Thursday' at' 8 p. :m: *Rev. '> BEST PLACE TO '. '. ,Gp/E VOW ANEW :

,party. ,Each one left ;Booking Franklin is.a -graduate' of-Lighthouse "*..BUY A USED CAR? ,,: .''KJND Of PROTECTION* "
'ii : .
forward to Williams 'Bible College and .receivedhis ;
next year.-Arata', 'i"Y":"">:""'''' '' "t WHEN YOU BUYq' "
tars reporter. D-'D.'from-Celonlal; Academy.A : ;: :!; 1. tt-'J ::
: .:,t!:.. .: ,t# -i! ...:7.N" iit. CALL WO 4-4921
-- for ,I59FAI' Carnation Club 50-voice -ehcir expected to f.< ; "t I'l : I 'I
direction :, :' ,. :: ;. ,, *:;:::+,: ,, tIiP'X, : :: "3-f!. {;' .
The regular meeting of.the Carnation Sing under the ef Mrs \'; ..<<,,::;,:,... .,. :,\'< t:... : t- ;c.r'.' :;: ",'.." W', NIGHT OR DAY
x IK Perahe'-Scott. 'asSisted by Mrs .-c.. .;.N..it.Q. \i ; "ft ':: ... ,;; .r. :)
Social Savings ..CJub ..yeasheld .. "
l Now Available at the'home of ,Mrs.,Grace Wessie Morris, music 6pec1alist'or 5*Every A-l Used Car Is inspected, reconditioned if necessary

[Tiny] Long Highway: 301, So., Bradford County' Schools. -All 10- i and road-tested. And they're; warranted in writing

Starke. A large group of memberswere cil choirs have been asked to participate -i by the exclusive new Performance Protection Policy! See ACE '

'1 3 in attendance a delicious; ..Pauline,Marshall! reporter. cars withtbecll'sticker at your. ford Dealer's Ueed Car ELECTRIC SERVICE

znenu was served .by the hostess.. Shopping,Center.
ti 1 I Cbenezer Church SEE PAGE 6 FOR
_.. All were pleased with.the success' *Baptist
''of the recent ,Cinderella .Ball and Ebenezer Baptist Church. .Rev. 213 EASTCALL STREETM.

,, Record Hop, featuring ,JohnnyShaw. E. R..Robinson pastor, held re- I fORD DEALER C. Bubba .
( ) Wells Manager
The next regular meeting ;svjar.communion services on Sun- ,

will!! be in Lincoln City at the "it 10 a'm, Supt. Henry .Bryant :
home of Mrs. Bertis Robinson.

eerretary. All members.. are urged !in charge.' Classes were'taught by: A"USED ,CARS N pTICE -
and Deacon R.
toattend.. Mrs. WiU elmena3rooks Betty Hudson E. F .
president .A..Jenkins, Shell, morning sermon was de- --- K. W. (Red) Norman is no longer an employee of this

It's the greatest ever published! 84 colorful reiiorter. livered-by the pastor, music by .INSPECTED RECONDITIONED ROAD-TESTED WARRANTED concern.A .

idea-inspiring pages; .-, including complete room Fiesta. Club the choir in new robes. The robes .
.. decoration designs by the nation's foremost interiorDecorators. The'Fiesta Club will meet Friday were navy blua linen with a gold I .- I 1.'

night at-the'home of'Mr. and elongated! collar, high in front and

r-.trs.Jiarry Young---Presldent'Wil- long i in the back. The pastor andmembers
Over 1,000 items of Distinguished.Merchandise were pleased .with the 5" 5 5.

Liam .Holland is asking all-members
,pictured,,-or.described.'Over i -40! 'special,iteujs.in!> to remember the fifts for appearance and .performance .of fl i j -
eluding exclusive decorator designs. 'All merchandise arsons born in July August and. i!>e singers- Special .rehearsal is I

.. .. made by the nation's leading manufacturers in- cpte ber. 'Theyare the last called .by vice ,president ;;-pertis\

.' ''hiding. those in Florida. roses of summer." .Fall :has officially Robinson for :Tuesday..SejtJS, at ,

come so let's head for the .7QO p.mat toe church. All members -
Pick up your free copy soon at any store or
lost; round-up of the sear and with or without new robes ,
---_ lscrv cetajion tfcat_,iJs.MJI preri; Stajnns.ou enjoy the coming holidays ,which ere asked to attend rehearsal. I I

AO dregielnbsr Jook.at.the wonderful w'l; include Thanksgiving} ,and : Corpe. out and learn the'new songsthit
I selected
have been by the
merchandise in the Catalog's pages you get thess Christmas-. Several ""Football I
pianist. Evening service heldat
Motorcades" will be'sponsored to was
beautiful and useful items without paying a penny : r
7:30: -which -openedwith inspirational
more for what you buy at S&H Green'Stamp stores.You're nearby colleges in an effort to
.song .service by the
continue to heap the Athletic -
dollars ahead because values program '
they're extra
choir. Many visitors t were present
at RJE. This is
: -a project
for you available by mail or at your nearest S&H from New Bethel and Mt. Pisgah
c" that was spearheaded by this club
np redemption center. who joined in Holy Communionat
end: we will not be satisfied untila
very good athletic program has the close of the regular service. :

been set up.at.RJE which \\ill'in- AH reports,made by ward leaders -

FLORIDA DIVISION clude Football and a "Quarter were very good.,,)Reports for the
I association are to be completedduring'
backs ClubMrs.
,Clarence iDe-
tie Sherry and Hutchinson Comp. t r 'wEek.
Sue .reporting, Gloria Graham. the Pastor Ijobinsonrwilibegin -
Stark. all week and
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will 'leave here for Putnam Hall ", :
Tryouts -
Official where he will conduct a revival
tryouts for the RJEFalcon
meeting for cue week. Prayer .

'.WE FORD. DEALERS' HAVE JUST COW ".' FROM. DETROIT.ANt .''D WERE tElLT! .YOO.- neeting will begin at this church
!Monday night; Sept. 28l = '

w 'IFSw.... prayers and: preaching.will be held i : Wilson's Of.Gqincsyjlfe-1( : MondaySeptember J ,2gth 9:00 A.M.Mer : .

the following week-:RaneU English -., ,
Weye The IA I '
seen I reporter. '
> s Famous Make Wool &
: Federation. ,of ''Churches: .Rev, Hardwood Folding Wool.Blend'MissesWomen's, Jrs.

i E. Robinson'. president met,>,t STRETCHSOCKS 'LADIES5UITS I .

and OH BO c! I'Keystone' Heights on Sunday at PLAY fENS: Ong. val. 17.98-19.98 DRC5SESRegularly' .:" .
3 Sermon was by .
p.m. delivered with
,. Teething Roil
.. 8.98-1 0.93
:: '::' t Rev. Robinson.: $39'was raised for Sole I 12.'90
Comp. $1.00
the church Rev. Arnold, acting Special 13.99 ,
: SET RADY 'fir dN pkletwrise If f I' 7. The Falcon' now undergoing a dramatic ,Sqte{ 7.99

..taring WiH..t,wWi yt .SM ml .". i Experience 'Run, U.S.A.. over every mile <>f :Wt.-Moriah pastor.' Methodist Church : .SALE" ,69c. Ladies Wool & Blend

f t... Nash.. .:. e: hid fdcN.numbered to 3 years u.and:S. lighway 2 3 million, as miles the climactic of research test, Mt. -Moriah Mfthodist Church.' 1 9 Beaton Panel TOPPERS Ladies' Ban '

". JUff's who. yMl.sw ..- mi (xpertou ;;f development and.i testing. combined!kv.'.H. J.,')81unt Wen.pastor and ,Men's.wiU hold day Men Long Sleeved CURTAINSRegularly Of g-V oi. 7.98-19. ,8 Cardigan & Slip On

1. An eftoaeftter,.... and aaabr look ia 8. Experience.RwW5ze is now frfting that the new cn Sunday..&t& ting with Church Sport: : ShirtsOriginal 1.29 RSpie 32.90BigandLittleGirls : 'SWEATERSRegularly
._ cars.; Ford Falcon lave;:rages up to -30 miles per .
school 10 a. m., assistant Supt. l
2.'More head room, kg ipom, Mp room than gallon of K yfyj&z Robert:Dell in charge.-At 11 a. m. : 98ue Sale 99c -- I 4.50-5.98

%!2 ',d'*Vfr imagine ins car this'size : :': and 9. The ntw, 90-t itp Falcon Six sigh is tip will Jje by' .
services conducted
.k seats sex aix-footcrs:11 take*all their luggage! front, Gort.grcater ::stability and safety. And it', Pleasant. GroveMethodist.. Music7. SAIE '2.99 ,Lint Free Hobnail Cotton '."Nylon! .Sale 3494.99

3. Free and easy.y..-.. and get-avt..ionnot an untried, ertni.ne. perimental: engine, but built will be famished_ by ,the.Spiritffil .: : ; fA 1J S. ::
on modern.short-; stroke principles that haw
windshielddogleg" ; : EDS
been thoroughly\ provedand univcnaif M Echoes. Clarence JfcSue: director. Men's Cotton ...REAPSS jl..Qdies' Cotton
been swept forward, out of the way!And doorOpenings q l-2/69c
1 opted by engine 'i engineers. .. 9.>. At 3 p. m. an address will bti.: delivered :- ,
are big BLOUSESOriginol
by Deacon ;JB. -It.;Shell .of :Handkerchiefs; -Special l 2.99 ." _
4. lit'ftpcI'JIH' of safety,glass aH around (it 10. The purchasesavings. t price ill be your first big Antioch Baptist Church,'mu.sl bY. GirlsSTRETCH .:
WM pioneered by Ford!) .. .with visibility like We can't tell lOU what it will be, .* : Special 8/89c: Value' 2.98
itioch.-Choh- Church G
-'OU'd.aaet'' bdivr ioa car the Falcon's size! just jet, but it will prove-right from the ; p.m.' vfl"aod Nylon' ', I ,I "Sale 99
cf God and Unity Rev. S. White I i .
Ford Falcon is .
. 5. Steen, perks, stops. o effortlessly that no start-that car.the i isarinerst new in now, for more d:yourConic aiii pastor, in charge; at -7 p.t' m. Cptton ;Xnit t !

powera have the UH Falcon's are even own necessary.'S-speed And Fbrdomauc you can \\!(''re accepting orders for the new lord Greater Bell Methodist'Church of BOYS BRjEFS BI.ANKEfSCopiparobeKS( : \;Lqdjes'.FamousMoke:

Brooker and choir will have ,
Falcon, right now! '
Drive to make the going even nimbler! harge. The program has been ,Comparable vploe 'Special; 2.99 tt9.ceach Double ''Woven

6. Body and fraiM are single-unit construeCOMING rd arranged by Layleader William r49ceoch ; Sate 311.00 .
ton }
like the Thunderbird : : : makes it almost OCT. 8th ---r Holland and Robert Dell. All'the .
immune to rattles. For greatest upkeep ttonTHE ''Sale31Q0- 1800yds. ..: -
omy, fenders are bolted on, grille is non-rusting NEW-SIZE '" /nembers and friends in the community ; Dress Fabrics: Ladies' F4JmousMake 'GLQYES

aluminum! ,important underbody. structures are FORD ,, .- falcon are asked lo cooperate Infonts famous mpke Orion \ 1Tr .Regutar1y2.003.50Undershirts
heavily zinc-coated to TOM corrosion through and make. this a great day as we Dacron, Nylon cot.

the years. : ;' .'t The Easiest Car: i in tile'(fond! la Own cometo; ,the close.Claire of our Coleman.reporter. conferepceyear.Vera -. l Arne) ;SUPSand ,Sale 1.49

> --Reg1Jlor( 79c : O .TS "
l Pcig.vpt.98c.1.98t.s! ; : : Full Fashion"
ADen ,ChR SAME Church --
"1.;:..; .,. -" .: -tT! f "'Allen Chapel Aiff Church! Rev. Sole" ,. '49c c ,Or ''uea;. .98 51 .(3auge 45'DenierLadies (

." L. -&. Sampson pastor, will hod},! Sale. 59c Yardgaffe=2.99,3.9.9. Myloas
Infants 3 _
: regular trtstee Day on Sunday"slartng RjeeeCorduroy ;

with Sunday School ,.attO 36" 42" "
; to Solid Fam9yslyloke Special 2/1.00
>> .
,a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas in, : 4 : :

: charge. Morning! service at 11 a.ra '* SUITS CORDUROYRegularly Lodles.Nylonrrjcot' ; i: ; '.r TPIastTc
.. Dress
-. sermon by the pastor or appotatee. "
Gowys ; T
; rA epecial meeting of all Comoarah'e' ; vai.ue( .r 1.19 HANGERS

church members is called ,5.98 Original Value 5.S8
by the .
pastorfor 2,p.' m- Business ,of Sale Sole 7.9cYar Sole 3.99 Regularly! 8 for 89e
A F.OJLF Yi al : must be transacted : S.
k. } important A.te ,8for 4Sc!

Missionary.meeting so please"be present.win be 5 held pm.atrbe .Littfe; Boys 3 to 7 DjJ LettherHANDBAGS 1
t lurch. JJlI Church .meet- .FAMOUS,MAKE .. .UNIFORMS/ makers i

... ....-... MNS i+g will be held each Tuesday at '; : .LADIES7_BRASOrig. ; .

-If You're, Interested.. 4nan 11 Use4vCr\ .--Be Sure to ;fe..y .lord Dealer- the: .cb irch it S p.Pastor.-E.m. Rev. Levyieriaon.4sJunk J. :egulany JEANS'Or.2.98 ''glr.a# VqlnpB.98Sale ,! : value 2.98-3.98 R? uJQftv( 4.98n's ..

TERWILLEGAR :MOTORSSTARKEFLORIDAI Givens Antioch reporter.Baptist Church : $' Qle '2.69 I 4.99 Safe( 3Price- :' P I le3,99 I

Antioch_. Baptist. Church Her.pastoral Mils Open. & : Until 9:00.PM ;
-- iay ;Friday Nights !t
ge--9i.Y-Lee. i astar held .
-2Oi-\\.- L\DJSOX'-sT. o tegttar ::

service oo Sunday start > -- ,
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wyW YYYYY""YY9 landing the Baldwin-Hastings I Jacksonville pent Sunday with I C'1urchwit1 the Rev. Willie Newman
football games n iHastings Fri- Mr. and .Mrs.- D. J. Parrish and ,pf Jacksonville acting ;-as
tkXY1LL: : 'Ejs'I1rL' day night were Mrs. Jeanette hmily:and Mr. and Mrs..Dan Par- pastor. The.services,will .start at rr :
Smith and daughters Carolyn andEdith r.:h. 7:30 p.m'nighUyand the public,
Richard -Bell Patsy and Mrs. Lessie Mae ,Williams and is cordially invited, to. ttend.. ,
,: +" C. B. Nolan Peggy Smith, Kay and Carolyn MrsJoyce Padgett were ,visitorsin .Miss Patty Parish spent Saturday -

.' A f.f..t..t.'!'UU' Strickland .and Patty Parrish. Jacksonville last Friday. ,night in .1ac viUe..with.her r _
Baldwin lost,6-0. It was a very .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters and *rnther-jn-law. .sister..Mr.-:and
} Ho ';minr'Da7 good game. family of Jacksonville ViSited,last firs.-Buddy Bradshaw,*> : r7o/
At Maivffle" Baptist Mrs. Daisy Padgett and Mrs. Saturday with Mrs. Dorothy Mr. !iand-Mrs. 'Harry :Padgettgrove .
Pious .areJaeiug made for JeanPadgett visited in Middle- Wfters and family.Mr. : to Callahan.Sunday to fake
Homcbming Day services at the burg last Thursday with Mr. and and Mrs. Elwood Padgett Mrs.Padgett fc the doctor....We regret
1'Kaxicille Baptist Church whicn ,i Mrs. Bud Mosley. gad family of Middleburg visited I "that-she hasn't J&eenjfeejing.pell l : L- _
will be held Sunday. Oct. 4. Plannowtto I Mr. and Mrs- Jack Waters and with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mann' ;.and:wish hera-.speedy.:,xeccvery rf
I join with the members for I family of Jacksonville visited with dId family Sunday. *; .' -?.
the services and dinner on' the Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family Mr.: and Mrs..Willie Godwin and :.Mr.,and Mrs.'N. Cannon and:
: {Hounds that day. I I Saturday.Mr. *m of Jacksonville spent lastvpekend ,son.<< JBruce, and Mrs. Helen .WU- 1 ,
t Miss .Shirley} Higsuibotbam: : and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson ': with Mrs- Godwin's par- kinson'were Vi.sttQraIJI f .;Baldwin; rf d
rrent the weekend in Jacksonville i visited! in Jacksonville Sunday 'nts, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon Monday. '. .. .. "
as the guest of.Mrs. Carolyn IIiil.s.I; I fternoon with their son and nd family. ..and 'Mrs. ,Dan .Hargrqveswere.visitors 4 .
Mrs. Bernice .Qanett and family daughter-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett'isited Jacksonville'gunday --
I of Jacksonville spent Sunday Earl Wilkinson and family.T. ; in Middleburg Sunday -,aftemoop.'J.: ..>.-,*'
with her; patents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Manning: and Minnie Har- afternoon with-Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gwen Waters of ,Jacksonville
Dcss Higginbotham and 'family. ;roves visited Mrs. Edna Manningand Mosley.Mr. fpentvall at'.last week with iheren
Rev.ind :)irs.*,W.'O.TMathis of family and Mrs. Arvil Tysonin and Mrs. Fred Lang spent. gr1ndmQtber; Mrs. ;.Jorotb11W" .
Jaorvillc were: Sunday dinner Glen St. Mary Sunday. 1 last weekend in Avon Park with and>IamilyA '!< -
us of';.tr. and Mrs" HenrY'Cart Johnny Taylor of Jacksonville Mr. Lang's son-in-lawand daugh- Mrs,!-Jfohn.North and daughters _

r. Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Car) pr. Mr..and Mrs..Winton'Parrishand vf'itr ..
Collage Prayer Meeting Hunt of Macclenny visited with family. Carolina\wUb the sPosteli family; s+ ir
Cottage; prayer' 'meeting services Mrs. Fannie Griffis Sunday.H. Dan Hargroves and daughter, Mr.;; :and ;Mrs.,;:.Joepadgett.rof L
were held this week in several R. Kilgore left last week for I \fnnie and T. L. Manning visitd Jacksonville: .vislt.edfMr;:and>Mrs.flanr ._
homes On Monday night the Guam where he will serve for 18 in JacksonvilleJatSaturday.Mrs. ; : :Padgett-sqd family and Mr. .
gioup nipt with Mr. and Mrs. D. months with the United States Frank Higginbotham and and' .24ir$.{ .Sidn.! iHafrrl ,, aAd, -- .-
B. Grilfis: Tuesday night with Air Force. Mrs. Kilgore and chil- 'amily of Jacksonville visited Sun- daughter Edith; last -weekend.Mr. : 1

)Jit and Mrs. 'Raulerson, and on rtrtn will remain here while he is ,I Iy with r.m.I.! frs..no s Hig- and Mrs.Earl'Capnon!; and t .,
Thursday night with'Mr. and Mrs. .way. ii Qbotham and family.A family and Mike Cannon visited

Doss Jlliq> otham. Regular prayer Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson and ,very nice! crowd turned out 'n Jacksonville JSunday. } r 1 .r- 41
services v,ero held at the Max- daughter, ;Marcia. of Live Oak :for'the'recent'' P.TVA..meeting We are ,sorrr to le8m..that.the9yfor : >t
ville".Church Wednesday night. sp.nt. last weekend with Mrs. Ro- then. everyone jnet.the new teach-. .s are planning to.mqve to. : : :' .I r;
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Baby;,Harris binson's mother, 'Mrs. .Dorothy irs and, .principal. Jacksonville soon. I'm sure they r i I.
Leslie Sweat visited in Maccleniy will be .... .'
Mry and Mrs. Ray Harris an- Waters and family. -i missed. from the,CQinmuiv- 1
nounjfc.the of .' Friday 'and}'SUI1daY, with his ity:? 1 ,
arrival 1 a baby son, )drs Rose Miller is visiting with x: Mgat
father H. A. Sweat, who -tmder- 'Mrs. 'Fannie Griffis and 'Mrs. i
born" Chicago : ; = u'
Tuesday, Sept. 15, in Bradford relatives in HI.
11a been sent surgery ,in.\the Ed' Fraser Doris :Strickland Iwer.e visitors hi
County pital. The young Mrs. Randolph Crosby has "
man.;-has been named Wendell I appointed ,as Social Chairman of I,.ospifal, last Thiirs1,y. Jacksonville Tuesday.- .. ..
I. Eugefee! 'I the MaxviUe] Baptist Church. :Mr. and lytrs.. p.,J.Parrish and r Mr.andiMrs.J> -B.., priffis and .\
g .those from! .Maxville at- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy'BradshawIf "Xmily visited In.,J cksonviUe last daughter.. I.:Karen..and Miss,4lene
Saturday evening ,with ''Mr. and Sweat. rove to..LakelandSundayo .
.VIrs.-Buddy 'Bradshaw ;and.while i..attend the .75th birthday an- ; rc.f I .. '. ...
i LOCAL MANAGER FOR there enjoyed ''a' delicious, dinnert iJversary! ,for Irs.,Grjf f is'.plot 'If* 73.J C ;c.. oJ.. \Ii' .
I. j [; ". the Chicken House' on theBeach er, Mrs Belle Gi dens.;AI1 of Mfs. T '. -' ., -
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Road. 'J j Giddens children were.present for

Civic,Club" }IfetsThe'MaxviIIe the ,. .
occasion. -- -
: Jim Walter Corp. Civic Club held a. ft1.r. and Mrs. James Coleman ,.
1 uicetiQg at the Club .'last'Mondayright FaM I I daughter.drove.to; ..Lakelandover '
:; Sept. .14,.'to .discuss"1 th over the weekend to ,attend, the .."t.". 1x
nlaygrqund.-The:baseball. diamondIMS dinner; 'of'Mrs. Colernan's..grand. 'r it Every year our mill pass eiunigh.pulp wood to fin a train 1.S.nme.-
: to be.ckared apd the building mother Mrs. 'Belle Giddens, who *
"World's Largest Home .Builders" ;r .-the; distance from Fernandina to Ocala.
liP wjthin the next;two -weeks, ..s"Yet'one I was'observing her75th birthday
Jbat 'will, comet eii. out We'w1r'to extend "our-deepest t t Although .-maintain our own timberlands, we still bar 81t'L; d \
,= end: help workitogie. '' rvmpathy .to- Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham -.
STARKEEACH wood landowners and 'farmers. :
ftom independent }
'Mr.:.and Mrs. JW.'Mann' and, .and Mrs: .J.'C. Higgin ..our .

'amily visited 'in Macclenny last tetham over'the loss of >their ,1:1! 'T.o }keep this major resource-the Southern woodlands-growing ieta"
THURSDAYAT Friday. father; Nathan Starling, last .
.'rr. and :.Mrs.. Calvin Manning: Mtwday flight f' : the future, iwe'repIa e what we ,use! Every year we.give away wi eok j,

and family of Clay Hill vjsited l We .tegret'-lhat Mrs. Thehna charge over 3,000,000 pine seedlings-more enough to replace till '.
.5undaY"i->> Ir. fIdNrs. J. f V. Starling has been.m. LPan :
; < > 'r' wood in that 125-mile-Iong train, assuring l a continuous>s pulpwood' I
STARKE HARDWARE CO. !Mann\ and family. Hargrqves earned Junior _. ;, :
Mr and MrS: N..L. Cannon and l Vfijkinson.the doctor ..:- '. r .; ..t It -supply for the needs of tomorrow. .., J.

'12:30.P.M. TO &:00 P.M. tamilywere'dinner.guests of Mind day -prornjggandfouodtbatJae"; : ..-......... '+.. ... .
'\ Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and f imily r h .d.blQXlPQison in'.his.arm..We 1 :-

Sunday and visited lr1 Jacksonville e aie glad to hear that he is.imprqv- Container Corporation of f America ISf"1"VWhy ,
I. Sunday afternoon., v f J.g, row. '--.4 n
.For Appointments Call(4KONLE 'Marion Smith cut his hand[ Fish rFry,Friday .. ,.. k .

EV 7-11 Collect J' while at .work _and. is under' the ,.:.J11e,l axyjJte ;CiyjcHub Will.. '. r : a
loctor's"* *care.'Or. 'w. JT* :"q.- s :
Mrs...Gladys! Cppeland and Mrs. 25.-starUng at 5:30p.m.. ,for .
WO 4-5311
or DorothyWaters i visited r 1int,Jacksonville ? bcrefit;pf the :-building fund..The .
last ..Wednesday.. I charge willbe ,'l5- ents per.pl te -. :,. .
!: "Iffa A Home ,
., Quality 'J -- .
IF--' Mrs. Bootsie Cannot and' so and there will be .free- entertain'

..... It!s A Jim Walter Home" Earl were visitors. in.Jacksonvillela ne ment- ...
Tuesday. ,
.gam OTHER OFFICES: {Revival At .MaxvilleOaptist .FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHCor. .
."Call'and Christian .. .-.-. -. ,
GAINESVILLE E PALATKA ; ChuYfhReyiv.alrServices'will; 7.. -- :

4t2t! 'dap: at start Bun-- Sunday-Su 1lifnistetIBobL.>nlay'S4rool.; : -&daettt ; -9:45 : we built two icars for 1960 :r." .
o. Sept. 2T,- Maxville Baptist.t : : ,
z ___ ... ... .... ," '_' r' am.:'Worship, 10:45-YoDth: Services i
c 1 Junion Chi Rho.'(up to-111 .. '

5 p.m...Chi Rhfr-111: to 13!.6 Choir.PmC .. :as different as ri ht and day' ; 5. ./
f : P. 114 apl -6 p.m.; .>

t practice: 6J45.-: : .. ... ...
I I -t -
.WednesqaJunior: practice ,
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MasonicHall.Service; :!.. ach.on &Sanday 1 CaB-8t.\in--,Sunday ol* .1:;:0n October -Jor >the first.time Cheirolet'-s 19-year hlstOTlI-You'wlU be able to walk into your.

.\ ,I sctooianva-.m.T8; ciam wef m dealer's showroom and! see two totally d if erent'kinds{ oj cars. One is the conventional 1960 Chevrolet, \
Service S:30 p. m. Everyone
J r 'brand new'in appearance and more beautifully refined.and luxurious than you can imagine. H The

w BVTROKEKNBAPTIST rtlher\ls unlike aliycar, we.or anybody else erer b i It--the revolutionary Corrafr, with the engine in th'
Sunday;School'W-a: m...Pruch.g ?rear.where it belongs! in a fOmpadcarr..lre'd like to tell you why we built. two such different ""...
ll'.a. m. Training Union 6:10:
p.mteaching:: 1SV ..U1;.Pxa/et how we.built-ifam-and-jor whom we.btiiltfliem. I

lfettf na JYpigeaday,73Q; p. a-."- 'IJ' ,
WedneaaJ.Bible Rudy! ,I0 _
Y,.f1-: )Why twp kind of caw Because ;feelif g,of sumptuousness and'luxury .tural strength its a welded unit

., ,. America itself has:been gosiag} through t never before attained by,any far in its .that is virtually rattle-free.
:fqroe.hjg jchanjes in the,. >a3t few '|ifieldJThre is great V8 power linked: The ride is fantutic.-But to get It

')'ryeaa.\0urcities: have been straining. wIth net "ft, plus C vjojetisuperb iwe had to .design independent ua-
: .E ;..at t "ffffi m-packed. -cylinder engine. "It is a pension at every wheel; conventional

.. .Parking.space is,at a premium. -tradJtion l! car that comes.even closer springingcWQuld give a coqkpact car a
; : .;jAnd <;rrltubU'bs.h4J spreadlike ..tP.PerfecJlonsi1elJ: \ e.\IltlQQD1, .m choppy ride. Right i .now we'll rait
THEATRE .wildfire..P opk.are liviijg er from 'lease of control,,in velvet: Yt ridt 1'an :
one prediction:no other U.S.compact
/tljeir:,vorki-ilJI"iving: more miles on 'aBy: .ott.r car %we ha'veThe crowded ets. There is new leisure other is the CoryiifwacanfWCt earw ilride so comfortably, hold the

On Route .U..S.90 .,time-but wre thinp to.do..There; car that is astonishingly difl>r n.t from road so firmly and handle sobeatitihfly.eredare .
'BALDWIN, VFLA. : new standard of living-and saare ianytbiBg ever built in this country. Now .tb two .kinds! .offaiJfwm

Show Tim?"-r.7. a5 P3i' seed for two cars in the family garage. It. has to be-because this is a
ti t '-In short, America' utenw&Ue HseiigtT compact car, Vwth.a really kinds of ears toserve America's needs
needs have become so complex that remarkable performance .ta dont !be a ?DISHWASHER Fri., Sat. Sept. 25, 26)) r ,- ,can'MtWYtt.b.emined\ specifically to American in luxury-and if.you want generoui;

u i iOFHEMPBROWI ; completely. TjBa.tJs. ,!< )at Chev- standards of comfort to .American interior space, breath-taking perform
f 'THE :SAGA: v. rpleJ,jkeeping! Jab on ..BUY.. ONE I *' l;,ve'had a revolutionary compact carThe engine is in the rear. Among .assists-then .the conventional.'$0jPhevroIet

J' in tfie--planningstages'' for-more.than ,the basic advantages resultiag.from ,mayibe jour choice
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Escape from a tie sentence of thankless, tedious> drudgery!* A modern -1th..Bo ,c a1' I 4 M y rs..t, b Ibis engine location are better traction If easy parking, traffic agOity.and
: .t>;!1bs.: lip.Je 4eide tbtpe 3 ears oaja-compact! l'S-inch wheelbase and tttra- coQoiqy AM high ot.yaer iiii
.automatic Electric Dishwasbat.wn&.wash-rinse-dryfaskr, osier, deaner' .. +. galopr rte_iorlprogluction.oLysh? a practically flat\ floor. But to bethen yon.should seriously-eoawier

: and better. Just stack the dishes (even pots'n pans), press a button.sand a car'we were ready to build it &a,yea placed. in the rear! the enjiae.lad to lithe i Ct rvair.But tbs bet.thing b do
,H hquld be J feuilt.TUer JKas no needr.for."a be 'ultra light sand, ultra- short' So *k to look ta.se*two ew-ass Mir calf
free. yoiuseif)for.kis
." b18'Jl1di water "* '.1F-wottldaeateonlyaeawed- mosily aluminu/n aad oir.coaled; iout for,.drive. It may be th&t-tb
t. ; ::..r.caa\eaQ.owcar; .- weighs about 40 pee,cent jess than only logical choice for JWl'9&i

i 4t is why.tQe"'o: tsars :you -conventional engines. It j.s.a "flat" between two.cars.l fikt tiui.ift
Near again 1ttutd-1!usI\ another disk! Get a* j jSuD. a 's.shawroopi Jwr4ontalyop laix itia. .
ate.in YOf'i -i 4ly ey make,a 1I .t'"
2 i .%8 .
.AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DISHWASHERNOW -. --., Mon.. --Sept..- 'J '. :Qtb'r. wltt4..t1o..tQ "CI1W cylinders (long ? aod. tbt. .. '
THE LANDS r fespnt i indii of can.. One .is theW" .leaves a lot more rooevf passengers. d

.., : .._ --. I f...tiQlpal 1 Cbeyrbletbrand Another weight saving:like modern .

jy NOW_ at year borne ekctrleModels / J 1S aew ) ty.Vritii Mwopacekiside, 1 fttfpknes, the Con-air has no frame; .. -.1lIii .
'" I ,WTKNQWN. ;; I :t ...udtQ ,Iaa dat...oe.w itk.Lody- hell supplies it great struc- y =* -
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.. salarr- ,- and .voices to=il '- J ek'.Mak aeyb-'n:8mi: \ h, v bt'k4 ") C e. J l .i. .
,.jtcetyfkitc>t. i. Patabla+;.to o.; rol .*.. :_ fl.US' ii .''' J .t : ,-...f..

1iuc. Ii-lct instant.nee.'Surprisin y easy tee : -. See vii tte&eip Chevrolets October t at yowJocaljcuOhaHud.ttmolet.deakr'fc
1 1a ,,-- 6rA
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IHURS, SEFTKMBER: 24.Wlura 1959!
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- -- ,...... thtnce run West along the ((' |
'0' *. ter line of State Road IS and %0-1'1 1a : Men's Clothing
S .-" -." distance of 341 feel; th"n, :! Im.I
'-, : :-, run South 2i: feet to the potntt't 'IIII i ALVAREZ' STORE
I" Established 1SWYou 1i11!
iX ., ff:' of beginning; from Did point' ',.I! !...
assyfi Ail of In-ginning thence run \\t.-si "
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147 r ?t.ho>n<-f run ;south: 43: > 1tf
-. ,;;i theme East I43 feet.
-. fret run
r .. '': thence run North 4S6.TI feet (oIN .. .. .
< point of beginning. All lying .. :-= - .
',f .4'- and bring in the Northeast Quarter -
tNKS) of Section 31}, Township Get the
!-. "Naturally"
7 South Range 22 EaM
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ass 1'", ,, Bradford County, Kloriiia. I

NE8P"# GREETINGS You areht'rf'by: notified that a Most Hot Water When Heating
IoU it to quiet title has bern broughtin I
mu-I the Circuit Court in and for
Wherein September comes invith'heat I We played games and played Bradford C..unv. .Florida againstrcu I
: and wind. I have company I sir:;i and sang a lot. Home was hap- and earh of you, and all persons with SLADE GAS!
ire' e claiming any estate, right
brother from Indiana'
py.My title or interest in. or lien upon theaforedescribed
visits us.When brother visiting us this week property and you
with his wife brought back 9 y- 3 3"t 3I are hereby required to serve a copy
good ;
late in the summer andlrea.ms I .. of your answer or other pleadings Purchase A
run yellow. i to mind when we were all at > In this suit upon Plaintiff attorney -
had whose! name and ad ire! home. I am glad to have my "
Burst the bridges! and spread
below, on or before the 12th
Into bays; I I parents until I was grown and jJ v't day of Oi.toher. ISSS. and either bee
!I they were old and passed on. NowI 1 fore or immediately thereafter Y
When berries are black and I I' you are required to file the originalof 3s GAS
looking forward to meeting
peaches are yellow. Your answer or other pleading ,
And hills hidden in rainyhaze them somewhere in the great be- 1 j with the Clerk;; of the Circuit Court
in and for Hradfon County FloridaHerein .
ycnd. ,> HOT WATERs
; ; I fail not or a d..orpro con-
When high in the field the fern I T had run cooking when my ij-, fe ty".default.XVrrXESS o will. be entered against yon

leaves .wrinkle. I I brother was here. I remembered my hand and seal of I HEATER
And brown i; the grass where' all the things he used to like so \" this Court at 'ark... Bradford I
{"or-nty. F1orl"a.o this 8 day of Sep
mowers .have mown; : long ago. I cooked the old Hoosier tember. A. P. I33! !9.Charles. I'
When low;: in the meadow the : meals. We ate and talked and n'=.\J, FOR
A. Parbv
cowbells tinkle. just enjoyed being alive. Clerk Of Circuit Court

And small brooks tinkle o'er I' Today is a windy day. We have htWins Pv Marian: I,. Crosby s
Deputy Clerk;;
clock and stone. had some hot weather, but today .t, 7. AHKIXS. In. 4.95

This is Autumn. I i is cool and we all rejoice. I am 11 l1'est .ni..M't". Florida; AvenneOainrsville. ,
-Gilder I ready for the Autumn and colder ..... .... ... .... .... .' Attorney for Plaintiffs *
Mose everyone loves September. r.'shts' and days. I love the changing -' "" .ol::4 10-1 "N

Some describe it as a sad month,I secsons as they are here. 75 Livestock Trophies In 3 Years AND-
but like it anyhow. When I was a Already one can feel the change L

child school did not start until I and that summer is waning. The Fir; Time Ever !-, (P -
Fifteen livestock trophies in during the past few years. stered Angus female cattle and 1. We Pay the Sales Tax
October in the country schools of corn out here is turning brown T V
i three years is the enviable recordof Rex has been active in 4-H Club one Angus bull. The animals are Portable 2. Free Gas Installation

Indiana. We had September to and the heavy ears in the brown .
I Rex Brown above 1 18 year- work for eight years in Jacksonville 'still] on the Brown farm at Mandarin in ". "' 3. No Carrying Charges
pull beans and strip cane to harvest -! h'sk look ready to harvest. The I I II
old son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. ? where he lived before moving although they may be
the garden make pickle fix- clitle i are fat and lazy along the
Brown of Starke. with: his parents to'Starke several brought here later Rex said.
ins and run, jump and be happy. paths to the water tanks. Pullets For beats
Grand Champion, Reserve months ago. He graduated from SPACECOMMAND Cooking --- nothing
We never thought: of being bored hive begun to lay well I am told. Even though he plans a career !
Champion Showmanship Contest DuPont High in Jacksonville last
.or have nothing to do. We did not My sweet com is cut and in a in engineering Rex hopes to always -
and Fitting and Grooming spring, i and left Sunday to enter
have a radio or TV but we read shock. We had turnip greens and I to be able to keep a few cat- SLADE GAS!
awards are among the prizes won Perdue. University where he will
aloud on long ,winter evenings. street potatoes for dinner.
!r7 young Brown in 4-H Club com- rtudy mechanical engineering.At tle around to give him something

petition in the North Florida area present Rex has five regi- to do in his spare time.

FIRST BAPTIST Church -- Starke HELPFUL HINTS: I have my have worked-hard, to make a liv-' ..............RYYYYYVI,

hands: in water so much I cannot Ing. So be happy say a payer of

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor I keep colored polish on my fingernails chunks: that you are still both a- GRIFFIS LOOPBy ..................r'.................. 1
every day. I get just that live and together. Then that snore

Jefferson and Court Streets- In the Heart of Town natural! clear and put two coatson will make you happy. God bless
Verble Harrellvl..auauA.uAAAAAAAAA
and it keeps the nails from you all.I .
Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301
breaking and looks neat. I use a am out on the sun porch. Itvill ur

SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. I drrk red on my toe nails girls. It soon be too cool out here to
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harden- I
makes, me happy and feet neat.I write this column. Tuesday I got ,,, RELAX..1 @
Sunday School) 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. I had my hair pretty short for nine letters. I love letters. wish brook of Wesconnett visited Mr. '' ..." trom silen\ICfOIunt S.I @.@ tj-
and Mrs. Jessie Hardenbrook
summer but intend"to let it grow more of you who read this would on :. the room v"p aifii tam
,&fidweek .Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Colley Road last Sunday. co"na
? some for this winter. Brushing the write. Tell me if things troubleyou. rtsaaoebhels

nair makes it shine.SCALLOPED I am still praying for all Twenty-seven members of Boat- ..tuf0 adiust let -.
POTATOES AND those who wrote and asked me to diain Church attended the mass Oft s nd who\tIO tends" v

meeting oIutne.:.. _.........".
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH HAM. Put in a pan and cook to pray. I wish you would write and Thursday night of last I 7 dMO 101111".

a simmer 1 can of evaporatedmilk tell me how things are with you.I week at the Starke First Baptist ..

and a cup of water. Add 3 love people and every living and won the percentage banner. .IRIS..0 d,.TT1IUtS.." >;

tablespoons of butter.When butteris creature.' The wind blows the Evergreen Baptist Church won .0. .
melted stir in a cup of diced birds' are silent the clock ticks. the attendance banner.Mr. .

ham. Remove from heat. I slice My heart is at peace. and Mrs. Merrill Jones and i: F =-

HEATSUPT08ROOMSof thin 3 cups of Irish potatoes.'our God bless you every one children of Florahome visited : to ...
over the potatoes the milk All my love Mrs. Jones' parents Mr. and Mrs. F'SUM r'
I k
mixture. Add salt and pepper. MOTHER LURA. Cebe Harris, in Starke over the ,

=0- Puni into a greased baking dish. weekend. CLASSI w

Level down even. Bake at 350 degrees NORTH RIDE Harold Griffis and sons of Pa- -.. j I
the coslof 4 very near an hour. I like BAPTIST CHURCH la tka visited his parents Mr. and "" '

them. I Sunday. School, lit( a.:m. Moming Mrs. Arnold Griffis this week.

The days march on. I have all Worship, 11 a. m. Training Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian
for Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening Wor and children of Starke visited Th MADRID-McxUI D281SL n"
45 applique blocks done now
> > ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting overall Jiag. III'''. 155 tq. .... of
my quilt. I will set it together in Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins in
Etta Yjl- late December to quilt in Janu- Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone Hampton Friday night. rectangular brown vinyl. picture area. to tlhlf.

ary when the snow lies deep and welcome.Rev.. H. R. Carter !Mrs. Mose Fooce and childrenof For Only $10 Down and $10 Monthly

white outside the window. I want Pastor. Lake City were guests of Mr. ONLY' 239.95

to put out some more tulips this and Mrs Ralph Gainey Sunday.A !- S You Can Purchase An
Grace Methodist Church Lawtey
all and to transplant some peon- family reunion was held Sun- SLIM '
Sunday Church School for all *
'e<5I am also sowing my gardento day atthe home of Mrs. Lizzie Lee AUTOMATIC GAS RANGEWith
ages 10 a. m.; Morning Worship TRW IFICIideal
rye,. as it is cleared off. I have in honor of Mr. and Mrs. James .
il 'a. m.; Evening song and sermon -
a dear old man ,to help me with Green ahd children of Rhode Island Lifetime Guarantee Burners. Low Cost of Fuel
service 8 p-, m. for any room in borne-
1 pI fl any garden.. Wednesday-Youth Fellowship, who are visiting Mr. Green's handle bracket at bottom for Low Upkeep Faster Cooking.

Digger?: dog cannot see very mother Mrs. Janie Green and easy carrying.
p. m.Chimes 1. WE PAY THE SALES TAX!
much now but he seems happy Sun Mrs. Inez Gray of Griffis Loop.
are every
and loves to be near us. He sleepson day morning and evening. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. Inez Reaves and No production shortcuts 2. FREE INSTALLATION! \

a bed near my bed and it welcome. sons of Jacksonville were Sunday m new HORIZONTAL /* 3. NO CARRYING CHARGE! \

makes me happy and sleepy to guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harden HANDCRAFTFD

: hear him snoring softly. I thinka HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ;rook of Colley Road. CHASSIS FOR ALL YOUR HEATINGNEEDS
t tI
good way to get along with CHURCH I Mr. and Mrs. Millard Keith and _
one who snores is to realize they children of Jacksonville were Sunday -
Sunday Bible School, 10 a.
,. I volt of GO SLADE
and sound of Mrs. Keith's 15,500 picture power GAS GAS \ !
xi are resting good a- m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m.; guests parents Power transformer I t tt
yr' sleep. Be glad for them and just 'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey. .
'wxxi Evening service 7 p. m, and Prayer I ."Capacity-plus"component
think they are singing to you meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. We are sorry that Mrs. Jeff J j e Sunshine picture tube ,

that they love you and no doubt m. John White pastor. Smith is ilL I S Cinelens picture putt> t
There will be a homecoming at e SpotTrte Dial J

Boatdrain Baptist Church on Sunday S DipOlt sntlnM Slade Gas Co.

Oct. 4, with dinner on the i

grounds and good singing in the
fhe beautiful, HOW OlD ,,.'...'..,.M.v' afternoon. Everyone welcome. I WINKLERElectric

Andrew Harrell of Kahankee PHONE WO 4.3551

>.., ,,< 111 is making his home in Starke I
'Jf with his father Bill Harrell. Service NEXT DOOR TO WINN-DIXIE

'. : Now gives-yoe Boatdrain Baptist Church _

PitrAtiwu 15.,0 UR,7c.jf/ $. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning IUnion'I I . .. _ _

FULL HOUSEHEATING : .7'>'YI'-ir::' ,. Worship 11 a. m- Training
HOIK -. <,, p. m.; Evening Worship,
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8 p. m. Midweek Prayer Meeting

...10 7:15 p. m.Rev.. Orville Brookins ;

'. ,with the miracle of _, # } pastor.


G. M. Osborae, Pastor 1)1 I

ana School 10 a. m. Morn-
Sunday .4
; / > when was it
there costly
and are no pipes Ing Worship. 11 a. m. Evangelistic \

and registers to Install!'- Iast.checked?,J / weekly Service prayer 7:45 p.aervicc.m. Thursday Invitation THE OPENING OF. I

... xxs' an ordinary beater force yon to line ra one or extended to everyone.

two room when the temperature drops That's be- JOi- ; .

cause the heat goes out the chimney or piles up on .toar"J .
or '.n'
lt O rl
.the ceiling. Siegler cuts this waste, cult your fuel icpecti m neat aoi.eY wt oow '.p I.Eighth Tfcirr J.drla! tlrmlt !. .,.* BROWN'SREFRIGERATION J JFOR

bills and gives you warm floors in every room of ADd u sd its'-R; I 7oa 1i1't 6a!i Per Bradford C..t. 1m Ch..c tT.StIT .
TO 'your home. Why Because only Siegler has the
slacked for water..JOi..1a Jot trouble. EHI1 \'arnes aDd Lul O. Varn s,
patented Inner Heat Tubes and built-in Blower his wife Plaintiffs vs. Thomas DU-
System. Buy it on a great Stop in at our Odes Sen foe itotka this week on. et aU Defendant
MONEY BACK GUARANTEEyou a tea baUa1 dalct.U'JCM'.sa ,c iacw1nL i THE STATE O? FLORIDA TO:

r have the whose residence is Hampton Brad

canfbeaf IP GAS 'HEAT '7F'i1r bc5tif" fordCounty mailing address Florida Is UAN.S.and whose N.-xJa-
1be drJ-dIargcd rurliUclJ-a' lA leect way, iUrinc Transport Lines. 11
Broadway. New' York. New' York:

..r : dean i, automatic, 100% fectoy-faesh,became the powe sotaton ted FRF-0 WH1DDEN and EAR resE
WH1DDEX. hojw
-'- + .- '..- until it' totalled to *j ,Wb*..aQiJi6e'TriFU's and
; and added Jour .. dence is Dad County.. Florid
dependable dater Stud, "- whose' Power mailing&THOMAS Company.alo Florida : ( IERLY OLSON'S) t

=;rr. AVAILABLEEVERYWHEREI reserve means k oceds: vakrjaC. amt known. Florida,a? THOMAS DXSOX, and 226 S. Walnut Street Phone W09-1121 ,

three times 'jctf la ooaad OM Q .. EDAY EDAY DIXSOX.DTXOX.Ms also wife known residence as

r ,..lad its soup IDs1IIatYci sni unknown: JOHN F. DAVIS and )I.
H. DAVIS. W* wife residence unknown
; fora demoesfraiiohsep leakage gives >Ifl70JoogcrbaOayBeI JOSEPH O. HAYNES andanORGIA
\come i La vents power tj- residence! : unkSSitBR. A. n AwnS JOHN. hi'! wife.Mc- COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION

also known 'as> JOHN' MctrEiB. -
Big+ tod aDow_ b.-:- and MAXDY UEB.1-

SLADE. GAS COMPANY .. residence so known, residence unknown as MANDY unknown:: H. W McWEBR.: and HARVEY C.W HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONINGOwned

p f BARBER residence unknown:
SILCOXCITIES and to all parties claiming interest
or, through under or against the
above named Defendants and all and Operated by George W. Brown
-f'ji'Pays To Trade With Slade"Phone parties having or claiming to hare
_. any right title or Interest to the .
.. @ SERVICE following dewrfbed lands located

:WO 4.3551 Starke, Fla. in Bradford Commence County at the Xorthea Florida!to-wit OTE): CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES
rtrner of Section Thirty (30),

,. ZS :Temple: Ave. ii_. iv_ _Starke Fla. Tornrttn Bang Twenty-two Seren <7(Ii> ) SAnth.East


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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy t Five Arrested :Annexation Referendum Procedure

After 3-Hour

I Mary J(. Schaeffer I I Police SearchA 'Outlined For Council By Attorney

PTA Holds First Meet jrx>m committee, who with the : :
I hetician helps plan meals for a rStaF flurry of excitement in Key-
The Keystone Heights PTA got ; I. The proper procedure for conducting ,I I Referred to a committee composed -
i week at a time. tine Heights Saturday night was
off to a good start Thursday an annexation referendum of Mayor Beasley, Council
In the matter of discipline: .climaxed by the arrest at 11 m.
right Sept. 17, when President p. was outlined to the Keystone: City..Chairman Ownbey and Attorney
children will be taught manners :>f three young men and two '
Bill: Beam conducted the firs Ccuncil at its legular monthly Prevatt the problem of getting a
and to use them at all times. juveniles who allegedly accostednd
meeting of the new term. Dr. A- meeting last weekAttorney My- railroad crossing constructed at
They will be sent home for smoking pointed a pistol at two other '
C. Holt gave the devotional anda Ai ron C. Prevail also listed the the Keystone Washeteria;
leaving the b boys who had been
i profanity or cmiage walk-
short inspirational talk. qualifications for registration of Gave Mayor Beasley and Chairman -
school grounds without permis- ing to a movie.
Principal Cherry introduced hi"! voters for the l"t'ferE'ndum"hich Ownbey authority to work
little of the L! -ion. Upon returning, they mustte Police Chief Jack Haberstroh out solution to the
teachers and gave a rill be held Dec. 1 in conjunc- a parking problem -
background of each. He also told : accompanied by a parent. aid the five were arrested by Pa- iirn with the annual city election.A :. : at Keystone State Bank;

some of his aims for this school The room count at the meeting.' +r '.'olman. T. Fillyaw after Sam I majority of qualified voters Referred to the Committee on

year and assured parents that the was won by. Mrs. Simpson's second Gardner and Jerry Widegren reported In both the city and the area pro- Prb'i' ? Safety the matter of purchasing -

9th graders are getting an ade- |.graders. I .A they hed been stopped by nosed for annexation will be required an emergency generator

quate course of study in all fields Following the business meeting i carload of youths near Keystone to pats the referendum.The for the water works through the

but vocational training. This, ht refreshments were served by the From Starke A Badge -- From Key stone A Tray 3ach: on SR-21. Gardner and area eyed by the city contains : Civil Defense Service. A potential

said, could come later as they nostesses, Mrs. Jack Reid, Mrs. Widegren said the car passed as approximately 50 families stumbling block to this matter
ht-ve all they can handle at this; Pat Magnus and Mrs. Gene Wil- .hey were walking to town to see | is the fact that the water worksare
I District Governor Robert [IBobl] i At the Starke Club on Wednesday sented with his 1959 hunting and and is bounded by Orchid Avenue, '
ti"e. The athletic program thisyear I'ams- I 1 movie, then turned around and privately rather than municipally -
Langley. Jacksonville businessman Gov. Langley:;; was presented Honing license by the Starke club- -. back. .Grove Street, Pointview Road,
will, include football, baseball Conditorei Now O nMartaJean's was\ the honored at lne ., owned;
guest with a badge by Starke Rotary At Keystone Heights on Friday, Lake Geneva and Peach Street. :
and girls' and boys' basket Conditorei opened I Marke and Keystone Heights Ro-j President T. A. Yawn making hima Gov. Langley was presented a They said three youths got out The Council referred to the city Referred to Mayor Beasley and

ball. In order to be eligible fO r for business last Saturday next I ti try Clubs ]last week as he began I deputy sheriff of BradforlCounty. silver tray on behalf of the club of the car and came up to them, attorney a request by John Horn Chairman Ownbey a request that

sports, the students must make door to the 5 & 10. Proprietors I hii tour of clubs throughout the An ardent sportsman the by Keystone Rotary President Roy Tnd that one later pointed a pistolat ,uf Jacksonville for permission: to.. the town continue to contribute

good grades, Mr. Cherry said. Marta Rolford and Jean Fox are.district. I District Governor was also pre- :Witkins. them and ordered them down I stage drag racing events at Key- :ito i the operating expenses of
Students will also have a void. both good cooks and their shelves o the beach on Lake Geneva. Intone' Airport. Horn had previous-I(I County Civil Defense Director R-
in the operation of the school,' I what it means. Ask Marta or son and Maloy Jr. of Blackshear IT E. Chance. Expenses for this office -
'J abound with appetizing and delicious KEYSTONE SEEKING Gardner said he refused to obey !| requested this permission but
and Mr. Chen cited his lunch- Jean! Ga.; and Mrs. J. W. Rowland and were not included in the
C. H- asked to return with
pastries breads, etc. They Goodyear, who allegedly vrs: a surveyof
I That Time AgainThe grandson of Waycross: Ga. county budget this year as had
ned the insurance he could
ako: have tables where the cus- pistol and instead walk- coverage
Junior Woman's Club will Party At Pawlikowski'sPerhaps
been expected.
XL out into the road and gpt. He was acting on behalf of
tcmer can sit and enjoy their Keystone Chief of Police C. H. aggE'dt
hive Christmas greeting cards for Nancy Marie Pawli- Present at the meeting were
Get Your TV Setup wares with a cup of coffee. They Htberstroh, just returned from a passing car for a ride. I a Jacksonville drag racing club
ale on Friday, Oct. 2, in front of kowski won't remember Sunday. : ,Harcr Beasley. Chairman Ownbey.
will take orders for cakes for all vacation, said this week that his Gardner said Goodyear's that has been inactive because ithad
th? Conditorei. Anyone unable tog Sept. 20 1959 but it was a big companions i land councilmen Terrill Williams
In Time For special events and will also cater resignation as chief had not been dragged him back to no place to stage races. If
't to town that day may call fay in her life. She was the guest Dodd.
parties. Business hours are Tuesday Mrs. Frank Harris at 4246 and vf honor at a party given in honorof accepted by the City Council but thEir car and the five left. Gardner .t the permission is granted the club I hard

World Series and Thursday, Friday, and Sat- she will arrange a home showing. her christening on that day.TIle }he said he had the assurance of and Widesren: then rode in- wdl hold its races on one of the St. waibm's Catholic Chapel
rday 9 a. m. tc 5 p. m. Wilson Family Reunion held kay r M. L. Beasley that a man to town and notified Patrolman i landing strips at the airport. I Keystone UrtihU
Christening at St.
was :
Football As for the name-don't ask us ras being sought for the job. Fillyaw. I In other action, the Council: Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m.
College Sunday, Sept. 20, Mr. and Mrs. William's Church in Keystone I
Haberstroh said he The patrolman located the Accepted the report of the city Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.
W. P. Wilson held! a family reunion Heights at 1 p. m. Sunday afternoon hoped a replacement sus- I
I MARTA JEAN'SCONDITOREI at their home on Lake with Rev. Father Connie could be found in the pects' car several hours later aand"[treasurer which showed a work- i Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.
future. He is clerk turned them over to Clay ing balance of $4.319.17: 1 Confessions before aQ Masses.
Brooklyn Bay Circle. Out of town Dougherty officiating. Mrs. Stan- rear city as County
WHY THE guests included Mrs. J. C- Lynn, ley Glowiak Nancy Marie's aunt. well as police chief and said the officials. Chief Haberstroh said Accepted several bills for payment I: Baptisms marriages and in*
.two could not be adequately Goodyear 22 Jim Tints, 18 RoBert I ; i'structions by appointment.
I Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Lynn; Mr. was her god-mother and Ed Con- jobs ; ;
NEW I960IS .handled by one man. L. Johnson 17; and the two I
In Keystone Heights \Tld Mrs. J. C. Lynn and sons; been was the proxy godfatherfor I
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Riggins. Mr. Rev. Monsignor John P. Gul- I He submitted his resignation at juveniles spent the night in the : L New Subdivision

BAKERS AND and Mrs. McIntyre: Barber Evers; rzynski of Dalas, Texas,an uncle the August meeting of the Coun- Clay County jail.

CATERERSOpen Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shaw and 0' Nancy Marie's who was unableto I I cil. The job was handled by Civil Sheriff John Hall said Tuesday l ON
laughter; Mr. and Mrs. Harold attend. Defense Director R. E. Chance that the five had been released I BEST Burs OPENED

Tues., Thurs;, Fri. Mays and children; Mrs. J. E. The Christening was held at during Haberstroh's absence. end that no charges have been J I

And Sat. Mays; and Mr. and Mrs. Homes the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe filed against them to date. IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone Lake

THEWORLD'S 9:00 Taylor all of Jacksonville. Also Pawlikowski, and the following yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyMELROSE
Mrs. J. A. Lynn and daughter of guests enjoyed good eating good Near Keystone Heights
1 FINEST Dublin, Ga.; Mrs. Maloy Ander- companionship, and good old- M. H. Breyfogle Vicar GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice

1I 1\\ fashioned community singing: Mr. Sunday-7:30 a. m. Holy Communion Shade Large Lots!
KEYSTONE and Mrs. Herbert Nelson Mr. and
PERFORMING TV DEPARTMENT STOREMen's Mrs. Everett Fox Mr. and Mrs. By Joyce RothhammeriAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAJAAAAA ; 9:30: a. m. Sunday $2,275 TO $2,575

Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Herbert Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. School; 9:308. m.. Morning Prayer 20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY

EVEN IN THE George Schaeffer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Rothham- and Sermon Holy Communioneach
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY first Sunday; 6:30: p. m. S. E. MCKAY -- REALTOR
Tom Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. John oier Jr. and daughter, Keena of Young People meet. .
I Keystone Ruffini. Mr. and .Mrs.. Ed Con- North Little Rock Ark. visited Mr. Holy :
.-II FRINGE AREAS Heights Lncile Foster, Owner Days -7:30 'a. m. Holy Keystone Heights Phones 3071'rr.SOSJ 4151
Bill Mr.
f nf en, Mr. and Mrs. Few, Rothhammer's parents, Mr. and Communion.
Melrose Phone Granite !5-2968)
i and Mrs. Bill Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer Sr., sisters .IL

Zinlth HANDCRAFTED Mrs. Carl Piper Mrs. Gladyce Joyce and Carol and brother w

QUALITY-no production short- Bachmann and Mrs. Joe Daurer. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

cuts with famous Zenith"Fringt i !Mrs. Nelson EntertainsOn Glynn Rothbammer and family.

Lock"circuit mean more operating t.j,. \. Thursday evening, Sept. 17, Mr. and Mrs. George Rippey recently -
dependability-less service head '.,/ Mrs. Herbert Nelson entertainedat
spent the weekend in Jacksonville -
aches. her home with a roast beef .
visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
Zenith Bulls Eye Turret TunerI tanner for the wives of the Rotary Glass.

I world's finest is extra-sensi Board of Directors, and honoringthe Mrs. Edna Hainlyn returned last
tive to bring in'even distant station
*-automatically tunes each U visiting District Governor'swife week after spending the summerin
1 station!III! You'll be LJRIDING Mrs. Robert Langley of Ashville N. C.

'.1,' Jacksonville. Dinner guests were Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Watson of
C t Mrs. Langley. Mrs. Al Watson J&cksonvillespent last Sunday

HIGH withBANK Mrs. Edward Conneen Mrs. J. B. with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robin-

I SUM TRIM Mrs. Michael Redfearn Mrs. son.Mr.: and Mrs. Ray H. Dowis now
Ralph Crawford, Mrs. make their home in Melrose.Theyare
ROYAl CUSSIC 1 1960 and Mrs. Roy Watkins. After the formerly of Anaheim Calif.

inner, other Rotary-Anns camein and now live in the house owned
STYLING Models from us to meet Mrs. Langley and enjoy

-..,:, punch and cookies. The honor I [Continued On Page 12] Automatic Defrosting
: .
the !
are on way guest was presented with a gifta -
I beautiful crystal bowl. COMMUNITY CHURCH
THE FRANKLIN-Model D24M Chamber; Of Commerce Notes KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. .
21'overall diagonal-measure.262 \ of Commerce Albert C. Holt Minister
You'll)) Chamber
I Inches of picture viewing area. want one of these beauties as soon as you see The monthly
meeting was held last Monday Mrs. J. Hetherington 0.
Walnut. Mahogany
In grained
t .r Blond Oak colors. Only I them and we're here to help you finance your purchase night at the Clay Electric Organist and Choir Director
." Co-op. A written report on theinal Sunday School 9 a. m. Morn-
259.95 with a low cost auto finance plan! financial results of the big Worship 10 m. during' July

Water Ski Tournament was distributed and August.

to the group by Watson i' !ce.1, :

I THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA Bardenbergh. Total receipts a- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 29888a

; irounted to $3,243.03 and total KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ
thThIi'ni Friendly Bank in expenses were $4.67357. The difference -
a Friendly Community R, 4 Smith pastor .Raipn
has been underwritten -
of $1,430.24
i Copeland Minister of Music and .
Keystone Heights, Fla. by 16 business men in church organist.Services .
Keystone Heights.
Member F.D.I.C. : Sunday School 9:45a.
20.000 volts of picture Mayor M. L. Beasley spoke to m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.

power...dual high fidelity I the members of the necessity of Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Exchange

I speakers inducing industry to this area. He'elt services 8 p. m. .

Full Power Transformer.l i i ie I a plan of action was needed "Make church worship a family

i "Fringe"Capacity-plus". 4 ie i I I tc working get the- towards community this interestedin goal. He affair." )) BE MISLED! All 2-Door Refrigerators are

components GET ZENITH for longer TV...Ild,1 j NOTICETERWILLEGAR suggested and! financial Committee that standings the Chamber's get of listings any Industrial of- Health FactsBENEFITS not the same. Hotpoint has two complete and separate

GET THE FINEST: .J, the industries we are interestedin
LOW DOWN PAYMENT acquiring. The Mayor stated One for One for Freezer.
that he was hoping the city and systems Refrigerator -

24-MONTHS TO PAY MOTORSFord the Chamber would cooperate in "Under spinal adjustments AraU

the effort to acquire an industrial Diseases are cut short and chronic .

development.Mrs diseases recover which havi Step up to Quality with HOTPOINT!

No Payments Till Daurer reported that shereeived been believed to be inctmMe."

Dealer In Starke word from Wallace Jones A. A. Gregory' 3LD., QJdabomi

November rcmmunity Development Specialist City.

; for the Florida Development Spinal adjustments have prove*' We Finance All Major TV and Appliance Repairs
20 Models in Stock to Commission that he will be in .
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE beneficial for the following'con .
Choose From We Finance town to meet the Industrial Committee
Mrs. ditioos -' even after other'! meth !.
Picture Tubes and Thursday morning.
OPENING OF invited the Mayor and ods have failed: .
Other Major Repairs. Daurer Councilmen to also attend this Bursitis --Rheumatic Nrarltii; "Where Service Is Assured"REDFEARN'S

N meeting. Migraine Sciatica Hear ,
CHURCH NEWS Trouble Uver Trouble Asthma

MIN6 YoUr TY SET TO OUt NEW & USED CAR LOT IN First Baptist Church .: HTOUSDeSIo
The First Baptist Church is in For Farther Information Contac
the process of installing a fine

\ Estey Pipe Organ at the present Dr. H. Bellinger '
REDFEARN'S"Where KEYSTONE HEIGHTS time. It was presented to the Your Hotpoint Dealer for 14 Years

.-. Church by the Minister of Music Chiropractic Offices

Ralph G. Copeland in memory of 4S*. N.- Watnt[ St.

Service Is MYRON PREY ATl', JR. D. L. THOMPSON, JR. his wife Hannah J. Copeland. Phone WO--131 '- Stark 7'*'" -
Assured"PHONE Tr-is installation should be completed .
or Phone 9391 Keystone Heightsi'
SALESMEN in the next few weeks and ,
9391 728 E. Uatvmtty c fOUllY SCT TO OUt
further notice of the Dedication
Phone i-iS3$ flilmiiflU SlOP AID SA VI SOl lIP AIlS
Service will be made.

Keystone' Heights...*. ,20 YeanlxperlMee.: .- ..
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TYWy.Y..Y.. TTTYY.Y. building of the Melrose Methodist ,VVVVVVVV..VVVVVVVSVm Hampton Baptist WMU I "

: Church Wednesday morning. Sept. Elects 1959-60 Officers
Mrs. C. L- .Cooper was elected D
AVAAAAAAAAAAUWAWUIfonlinued Mrs. Elizabeth Melton gave the HIGHLIGHTSContinued president of Hampton Baptist .r

From Pace 11] devotional and a talk on the sub- ,!WMU at the meeting at the I

ject of "The World in Miniature." .1AAeA I church or*. Thursday' afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs R. Cason. Mrs. Leslie Price was program EeptH. '' 7
by [Continued From=,Page' 111; ] I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller of leader on the subject of "A Light
]>Ri1tStUvAt; V," PrtS1bt: 'isEoop
1 -
Gainesville recently spent the Upon the Mountain A new The four choirs of the' Church' _
i airs .J.ae.. ; program vice:.
aeckend with Mr. and Mrs. George I Look. She opened"the program are now rehearsing'each"weeklind"1they ) ...........
j ; 'Pm .Jf.m. TJl A -
f _
J b" calling the members' attentionto have an extensive music ; ; -7W1ra .....
Rippey.Robert iju-eptpr, Mr.;;_.5jarles Hicks; (}Adrrecor fr'
Pearsall of Louisville.Ky. the fact that'a new year had 3 program for the coming season. .Me .
.. Mrs. .W. P. >sirop. -
is visiting his mother Mrs J. begun and there were many new Plans are under way for- additional yunbeam' pirer.tDr, Mrs Lester 1II" WONnt."ftFttt WORW -

H. Pearsall for a week.' i i responsibilities! facing each mem- classrooms- the Sun- Glade;' and fecretary-treasufef, ; : .

day School which is growing at f-* *-' : tSeJIN .
Dr. and Mrs. James B. Lacky ber.Mrs.. sifts: R. B: Watterson: ; 'tic ""' >
W. L. Brinson made a talk anamazing speed. '
have returned from a trip to the Committee' "'chairmen: includers
West Coast on the needs of Africa.A New officers for the Training J.'W.'Horrie;:mission study; '

Mrs. Lillian Wright, business meeting was then Union, Sunday .School and elected Ctrs. Florrie Belle 3rowii: prayer; ,i RFtN
accompanied railed after which Mrs. Carl Hag- officers of the Church Proper Mrs. W. P. Mcppby: "comihubitjr : E 4 YQU 7I

Miami by her has son returned Frank S.after Wrightof a elrnd Melrose served Downs refreshments.AnthonyThe will be assuming their respective, missions; Miss Btty Dulinj: ;, 1 .. ,.,
[ duties! on October 1. "' _
otewardshipr Mrs. & I 'cP9Per.
vacation in the mountains of *

North Carolina.Mr. I their 1959 Melrose football Bulldogs opened The Woman's Missionary .Union pubiications; .and,.J4r.J.. :. L"$trt..,' .l ; i. St ii t ;
season Friday .
; "- ) ; 'r
: irj"
met Tuesday morning. Sept 1 b. Childyns.Rgtne. A
and Mrs. O. H. Vair of night with a 26-6 victory over 1 W ...
at.9:30 in the Church. Mrs. J. D. Mi'S : ChprleawHtctJ r ;,
Richmond Va. are visiting Mrs.Yair's Anthony on the Anthony field.Anthony's Wps. patRed f .
Pavton presented the program cfrcje chairman, 'jf or",the Virginia ] ( : ,!
brother-in-law and sister.: George Priest broke .
entitled "A Triumph in HisPraise" Iaile.Circle;'pnsl :Jt.-JJ W ttrspf1 N- E'W'! -
$ ,;
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mann. j noose for 50 yards for the first :
while Mrs. J. R. Smith chairman for .the Ma'rlewisper.Cirtle '
I touchdown of the Melrose'sRay _
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Logsdonare game. ..
]Mrs. Pat Magnus, Mrs. Roy Chas- ..G A:jcoun ejprs'wilLbe : l'Ji

the parents of a baby son borarecently. I I 14 times Renfro for went the Bulldogs.across the goal teen Mrs. Cora Marshburn Mrs. Mrs. QUo JIJc\.l. Jrrand\.Mr. ... <.fff L"T.rL & 'VES .
Larry A. A. Bamford and Mrs. Fred E. L. Birt- -- .. .

Mr and Mrs. Shuler Cox and I ifitrawn passed to R. L. Johnson Ellis all took part. A business The new.officers. will tate overt .' ?

family of Jacksonville spent Sun in the end zone for one extra meeting followed the program.. iheirjiiitks. October'.thk .be r a '.' .,
and Gene ,
day with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. the point other extra point. ran over New officecrs .were elected for the ginning of the new church year.. Poi":L l' .

Mann. coming year: Mrs. A..E. Anthony School Enrolliqtni .41.i.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bennett and This victory served as a shot president; Mrs. J. D. Pay ton, vice Enrollment'at Hampton Ele -- ::f'It -'"' ;

family of Pensacola recently spent / in the arm for the Bulldogs who president; Mrs. C. M. Punderb'Tke mentary School reached 158, on : -

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. TV: on only a single game last sea- : secretary; and Mrs. M. LBeasley Monday of.this week, up 15'Since BOO'K"'v

Ovid GanoDuplicate sea treasurer. Mrs. Roy Chasten the first-day enrollment of.1Al..J.
A large crowd from Melrose was A] .
Bridge will be program chairman; C. Hobbs, principal stated that .- '
Winners at the Melrose Duplicate on hand to support the team. Let'skeep Mrs. A. G. Loudon, community tjiis' is up.from last year's figures 'ft

Bridge were 1st, Mrs. Vat j up the good work! mrssiona chairman; mission study and meals served daily in the .t ,0'p' : : I

Givens: and Mrs. John Moore; TRINITY EPISCOPAL c chairman Mrs. James Puckett; lunchroom are also up with'. an 1...... .SC JEN e" E. .'

2nd. Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss! CHURCH. MELROSE Mrs. Cora Marshburn, stewardship average of mole than '120*'"each l.it' -. .. .

Sallie Mansfield; 3rd. Mrs. Edith Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar chairman; Mrs- William Waite day since school opened August I1 'J .

Larsen and Mrs. Millie Robison; Sunday-10 a. nx, Sunday :payer chairman; Mrs. C. C. Ashley i. "- fLUJSTRATED r I

4th, Mrs. Edna Strawn and Mrs. School; 11:15 a. m.. Morning children's home chairman; In addition to the regular lunch a't't I I r' It one giant outborMv;. : r

W. J. Grolick. Prayer and Sermon [Holy Com- music chairman. Mrs. James program the .schdot, t$ offering : ofrJ.4zr. ..
v, "' "i'mitIl1.mOIlt1tYJtiZu
wscs munion each first Sunday]; 7:30p. Fackett; Mrs. A. A. Bamfcrd, social silko children who bring their 1 : 'L t ; -
'YiatlilIsaA. ; .....,. 'aiarrtias' 'rrrlagADD-A.9ECYION.
The regular meeting of the W 0- m. Young People meet. chairman. Circle chairmen will] oven lunches, or ""seconds" are :.f' \tl' "Twnii.-; ...a i inui.: ."".-??ryr.n! h e--: :S..i t.cir: I EDITION. itctioh} plus
man's Society of Christian. Service Holy Days-10 a. m., Holy Com be:, Mrs. Fred Ellis, chairman of available to those already receiving IfIjbct1A j ; rof tl ttlthm'aJ:' nteciseitof.eratttlr.ArLhS '
1.1J rtrer.atrasxes: IIi1 ra.r. fic'adseme JrJuxe binder,
was held in the educational munion. the Nellie Pearce Circle; Mrs. J. milk with their lunch. This tU: ,1Jti. U. [t'\l4"ri"It", :...* .f"m library." ._ .. r...* ** i .. _, : '..
R. :Smith. Fare Taylor circle /piik, is sold for three cents per I 1 U SdiiUrt tut ins .1=Wl, fctriew tta/at1.:
I .. it:* .. IlOOIL ; : : .,
chairman; and Mrs., swua s>tan- half pint luncbtime. Although U n Itt tll.t al/ng/taertaa h t t f'wftt.r. .a.';stet IlttOrne/ tncrciop:0it rsoce! .ttn3n II'IQUII tt+r as: ": :: i"p':"......., : Mi "} ,, .. J
mws !
!, 011 < '
chairman of the newly-ferm- ., ."-rtmtd to l hares l ; .. .
ley )bPlovr cost this price isHobbs et..1>Ir. tt'aiartd. kr aRe uuM MR .
ed Circle 3.AuxiliarY. said. since the school getssome ll s.I tTt"TJ 'Clrmirft.! .."...* ,mi Ids i,aba llfdr-d fcjifiii: it f and yaUGI fl'lIIhcl.: :, It'and"- 7 1 '

Factory PricesOne Councilors are: Mrs ,,government rebate under .I.':U.cCea : TS:. rut *cat>t "A""fle." kookmtiw30 *
.- .. ,
; d tL 3rcItI'nllltf.: : "at ftctttrtr.. __
Gus Alderman and Mrs J. O.Payton this milk program.The. tt'tltr't 1isws.. _iofMr- .. f
..J"c. :;.....r } _.. ,
for the Intermediate Girls. new merry-go-round, pur ... 'JNya'WWim' !ti
Quart FREE With Each Mrs Kenneth Strickland and Mrs. chased with .Hampton's funds -. ... rr / I' ..

or Gallon One you buy. 'Ted Oglesby for the Junior Girls, from the county} recreation, program .S \ \

and.Mrs. Pat Magnus and Mrs J : has been set up J1D the 4J l ,

Tommy Millican for the Beginners school,, grounds, and has already y! / !'
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE and Primary Sunbeams. Following been,put to hard use,' ip'.sptw., ,; of S S
'sECTlqH ffjf
} the meeting a covered dish jwne mu_ <:lhQles.in !the j.rea. 'Jb e, ( ,
501 N. W. Sib Ave. Gainesville
Fla.! fR,6-1 lu&chron was enjoyed at the noonhour. Softball backstop has .also ..beenyt ; Q Ef \

up. and IS now fn'use:;hd.the :
l Personals Softball area is to b e clayed assoon !''lly!

Thais Oar Business Mrs. Stanley Glowiak of Wit as possible. ),Ir. Hobbs said 11. ? ,
mington. Del. arrived in Keystone he hoped to have basketball backstops f /,,, ;:'' -'
If It's Glass We Have III! last Friday to visit with her and goals Bpie, Fear -.a .

CALL WRITE .VISIT brother, Joe. Pawlikowski andfamily. future- 'kl tS : Section 2a5eMSp

Mrs. Glowiak came to be Marks Tenth Birthday ; -.t.I ... ?
the God-mother to her new niece Ardel, Brannen. son of Raleigh t i ,'t J I let ce :9JjP'
Peters Glass Co.
Joe o1.P
: Handsome deluxe binder
,Nancy Marie Pawlikowski who Brannen, celebrated his ..teltJt cie
I 1 J S
was baptized,Sunday afternoon. birthday .Saturday} ,'.Sept 19, with ; t' ll"h1g11G'G... .
FOR ANY GLASS NEED There was never a dull moment a party at his.home.> .' Games and !J1D. C

TPTTKfsfKH, Modern Store Front at the Pawlikowskis on Sunda?: r aff hD1fnts. cake, cookies and .. ffROl'IUl 9".dr-

Just Mall Us A Pattern for Their son Jerry, climbed on the cold/drinks. highlighted'.the party "It _, ttSi

Table Tops bed: to admire his new sister and fOr 10 rfiends.. MrsRotheile. 'Jonesand.Mrg. ;[ \. ",,rf... ,i'I AT LAST!(THE LITTLE: I IViSED.'i ...-

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 toppled off. cutting his face rath i Tr cy Jones assfst' .d c t -'I t ; 'PlTrBOOKDFlSCltNCEu mine of the practical tpplicjfiom of.tfte!
His .
er severely between the eyes. with.serving.foAnn
mother rushed him to the Emergency Sauls Has Party exciting discoveries: today.-hrf t'je
t- collection of tas1- jt Room in -Starke hospital Joaim"Saul' 'daughter of lift.a tific information i of great value"t0t !

wnere he had four stitches. Snow and Mrs. Leon Sauls;arils honored tviryoxt! ':"

COMPLETE TREE SERVICE a, Band-Aid "X" marks the with'a birthdaY'Partf-at her home '.

spot where Jerry had J Gila stitches Sunday afternoon. Sept:" 20.:'For PREPARED BYSCIENTISTS WOlftBrrANIUa)

Pruning Cavity Work Mrs W. P. Wilson is home and her eighth birthday, Joann's part ) IN"y DATckM-. f

Prating *, Tree Removal. en the job again, after spendinga fDt rid games;'gifts,;'and refresh- GUA6E..bforetlsxa3: ha (athcred 6 Wdfiji'tiScfiutboritJe -tk.tmf-

De-Mossing TransplantingFree week at the Bradford- punty inents of. cake .and-'co- ci' drinks. forthi .- liont-'of facts; making this boot:: 'e

EstimatesSAPP'S Hospital. Mrs. Wilson Is that brave | io present i, prmrst .single' tncycfaftJia. of tci/nc*
: Inspection and ledy who walks up about 12 flights .Allaa.Pricejjastor! of l ghjand t F and .tllgnrtri.g ettif.b1e.tnd4.Pest

of ,steps every !day to her job in prtngs-Baptist Church bear Po>t i ra r t' > .edit rnu-of.ibis ve4u.,i trc, I'KIlooJs.

th Forestry tower. We teel.thattht' ; St. Joe was guest speaker for the d .libraries and iabpnirtk ;att..fvcr,
TREE SURGEONSPETE 's ', C1 d. Now... tt tkxa..bet M-
Rtztrlsid4er .
going up wouldn't be as baas d Sunday evening! worship*services >e nits,. g eu. t x ,
etude" tht I
r 4 c r t k g t very; tllatRlttibWttitc lei. ,
the fookjns It4AMT. p t jlsmptpn Bapiist Chureb.Visiting' .
ti ics For the first ail ae..-tfthis.-t t
SAPP, Owner .! .: .W'.SrJJDJ lly and Mr; and Mrs. Joe'Hoop { K s '.5' ADD-A-5 EiGt ON. cdgioetwwkgt i

STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965 Ch9l4geri} 'wjU.be.. earinf, Keystonef and family last'Weskefid WtrtKI' I :o _t o pohle for t"DU 1fit't
& and ,sister : wonderful c4Cdapediav: t. ftt sl'ifrprticn
f for Ri r.e .M&Y.fhlft'Feekendto j'oop'sbrother-in Jaw }
P. Box 774 Phone EA 54887 Palat .- i .
0. -- a FJa. of 1W cost .
\ obigiaal !,- ,-, -
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ke"keiiLfo{ rJhtre. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Evans and his '
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Donnelly hasbeen' ,transferred.jfae brother and sis -m-1aw. Eev.ynd v
? I What ca'yldJ f.t III 15 JtttiMJ. tl" 'k S Si .
Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9.3617. ,- trlh.be missed -...u), Cathujic. i Mrs.-W. A. Roop> aB 01 l K iox- CImlc Inn"tiI., y"'tSciutific. r- :- i CVEpy MEMBER OF .THE, FAMILY' (
Gainesville, Fla. Ocala Fla I ::;Cfiab'! the. """ ;t.. the P.I Title TennMi5s Paby CogAU1 of Ells it al:1t'tittt VitlJlj hl+ bIt""II s: BENEFITSJ.jf.I o'er= iHrrB at-tAt

Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. I T A..,,fJte '.Ntr' tr tof StWfWagi's $tarke/lso spent .Satnr ay. and JEftONAUTfCS-Ho iirplanei) ins "' ,.x ''r tywmftrt su5jectsgatfystlrsglditd picnire$> en/wife oHhcfli.Coli Fifvifsl ,
JuniorI Sunday here pith.th, Jlopps. .. rctketauepuid..ha. trter f ly< ; .
For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Aunt i ?? : c pr ;. gstjdc t5fkr lpffHtef] CHEMISTRr-Whst the world is mad-' 4-
I iNtanefub.. 1fHt'-i' e cluot'r b irt en inecrrflf. physics efectrtfnieti; etf.
FLORIDA ,PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL' Cth YY T T. TY. YY.Y. elf;fanm atom to mfracfr liberl> ., :
I .to: o :Telt)1 them '. -'Y.r t f Fill find thisi book extremely helpful.
224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 tlaz3roypge. ELECTRONICS-The fundamentals of f 13 MrtthtTs learn about miracle_droh.
FLORAHOMEAND "" r dion tejeyisionj; radar t auto- Fathers add to their jeniral know !tcdi!
t jnation, etc thereby increasing their for
y pYYYY'IU. GRANDIN possibilities
uN.._, i HANICAL ENGIIIFrRINC promotions! la siort. this:umistnl boobS

LET US BUILD YOU A KfME ss i-Machinei that 'prbduoevaoaWe t '. { 4 r will help. gout entire familYUJP1J1tp.

11f: 1tO NI Bf DIM 'tower,.seam... .:"thgines'..... ,- 'ttc. iicr;hnlthicr;merE xa'ttsafai Gvt .,and
1llNALQCT-What t master the JTO'" .. {exitita "-goer
1if !
NO MONEY DOWN QWW- -- -- '" t,i; sdtst.nces JlItUte Ass fit the.earth.. rapidly ; '" ':
I and Mrs. :Howard f YoungSt. I tKOieGRkix'Darkroort

.&.. celebrated their 55th.j 3ee4diag f.. 'eomawi I*!: sk methods> fiND INFORMATION IN SECOND*.p.
By: Totiey Builders, Inc. LOW \ !! t Y& proc t color Don't yasRI'reti+
anniversary MondaySept.. .14.They "V\ 'photography! tte. t fJ"ItrrItkqtbt,

Box 106, $ //495 UP FtorhShower.:: S r and their, son.and 'avgbtq- i -fy ASTR0N9tfY: Kin moon.. ;r complicated atphabeticaUrarnngedgqI1 research/-AU sti.eiwan. {
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Bowling Green, Fla. ASa Honors Two |n-law. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Young : ; >:/.1 and stars toe'marvelfof the ; non can be frond in just ftconits. Up-tu
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Mrs. Emory Brown' and Mrs. .JCfccfia. Ga. were gmtfits .| _uhiverse. 'erDia1tted.( : ft .s..S Itvt-rmnutt facts from Dimple deruutioflt
Rcthelle Jones were of honor tIYILEfC1i1EERIIt-How[ '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Warner Wese 'f bridges, 5thorotFghttpIanatioinofebmp6critd
a i ,,!at al, double,jStorkslower/ ,;at ;fnaa ad-William.. Wesemaa: r dams,.,'-h"ttt.: ] -ropers- R art' r built processes cart be found ttstlfrGttirdi*,;
i iS Hampton city hall last Friday .!J. C1QcrTr1e: ; study of the earth, 1. trams and thdbsandt of illustratMu yijl
\.tnfug. Gainesville. '0 rol'tal.. << a mountaj4.:. is. help .\ou to uedent tI""r'v; ,. U<.ttiretous -
& dame Mr. and ),{no,Ftoyd.llatcheU of @ NA'li TION-flow- .. i Y ;> new scfcnriflc_ bisects of todljr.'TOURS .
P.w prizes were won by Mrs. ] to steer a
rrancis.'and their son-in-taw and snp; + 'II
[ Dick Hinson and Mrs. Otto Hicks' tprahe. ,- : AT A FRACTIflHljF ftC&Ufc,

Jr., and door prizes went to Mrs.T daughter, Mr. and ;Unk, Duna of I'HTSICS''I'Iaf' r vitris. how elec-t PRICE... B Ause this irurriffctirtlw6k'

F. Brown and Miss Joan Carter. Palatka.. yiated- Mr. Match'ett'aeister tncitt wOrk. wSit rtas is bet tcl lors./ is now available io tots spccial-ADO-A.
k2WM! > Bouquets of summer flowers, decorated Mrs..Alma.. 1'n- ,flora BGTAN"---What"every Wrfener; should -j SECTION edition you may+ ebtam>UB*.
vmerecently. ;." Poarw. about plants:a wf now the grow.CUIOEO s ;1 dress of dollars jtrprtb of j imwtltU
the gift and refreshment '. t a
iAformation for a'nwr'.
T. L. Drake attended the Training MlSSlLES-WlMt' fre.tio+r-et| fN-
: this .
tables. i new de '
flower- :
original wonhl .
t RYLkr -' Union Adult flocial M-"the fense weapon reaNgis, and how,it imagine: just by buy
r. w an. jammed sheet ;cake and soft works. .f ing a section weck and putting it in the.
drinks Pam Baptist'ClaurcJi.Jut' Fridsyai. MEYJCINL.-The anatomy of every part ''y handsome delate.hinder. ..
were served after the t>Mi iih4 t
ins.of gifts.Hostesses. open-. gght. ..thhom of,Mrs.' Rath S gf' !f1e body,."How.;the.miracle6*drugs t'i.. +< 1 ,',..,-r r the Compltte'Book of Science it your
Reed on Swan Lake. Pete. r 1 fingertips. As a special i ittro Uctonr IfjUClEAI''ENtE.a.ENIN '
i were Mrs. WD. Carte Mr. and.Mrs... Eari ..Y0Qagadof RIN; s"'1 t.4. t4 fer. you fet the fim section fw BlfLT'
; ,Mrs,. Owen Simmons, ,Mrs. A. t :-ltofni ,tnel'lY.._ ,.'-hutlearnssJOT. etc. ; 'i'29c! ... $0 BE SURE. TO ET.Y. U1tAD01t.tElEVISIAKWe t
v. H. Perry. Mrs. Tom Paladino, tawiiy ..papP Bead weregp.sts -u ft FIRST SECT10Na
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Mrs. W. T. Haiek, Mrs. Dick Hin-. f..Mrand Sr. .Hq' 4.Yollng ; *,e.tl thousantfs of,mn, of'away. .:. e.t THE SUpnr-USTS'c. < <,- : ..., .
last Sunday. :
This lovely 3 bedroom'model SOB and Mrs. Ina Knight. W ..... tHt 1110, 4l 1 C IPjUINt( : ,11 t.... .',
$2495..00Without Saturday Storm Halts ", )(r. and Mrs. R. L. Smith of t ; The Cfty etepme! 'Cf-rlfW fab- t It .
Jacksonville 'spent"the'pastf weekend !riclaid u fa 0ltt
Electric Service bring I" ;
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( Carporte) Saturday"enin:'& rainstorm tn Gfandm With'Yis. S"mitfis ELECTRICAL/ ENCINEEAINC--Makes k" ddtasMr.n 4e'ectri
Many 3Iodels to Chaise From Write for Free FolderAnyflaceinfloiidaSametLowPrice. ended In a shower of flying in th r'MiL; Jokn *F. Herring; Sir. formers' ,, forJOf/;'motor>E, tran- e.ta t ..k' '1.

marks, when a branch of a liveuek ;They visited )['1"8. Smill"S9 brother t'J
tree near Mrs.Home's Gro- .and aicter.1a4aw, Mr. .andF. '3fn. ", TFIETd} ATICS-Sd. ; : ....n t'e: 1undart+ 'all p f kith'efi1 t00K'Of
c"ry shorted electric wires, sent ; H. Herring in Palatka. g "c-.. :. <" 'l 1 ; er I1 I y
; 'lk BJ'air J M s.11 bRwi4laM ..D.u.; Iv nl,
sparks ,along the line and put out frI. ofGrandin ". .tTttI"OlO".uses -r
(NO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) p'ectricity all over Hampton just and her ototber! .Mrs. ,Ruth.Reed. ,;, t fi:..:. keatitNYwrA tit-control I tt? iIAGE / f j

local Representative alter 6 p. m. of 'Swan Lake,' were, in.-.-Palatka '. STATIS p Tic- S-'f\jat- -if.J'lunt

: Fire raced across wet Spanish .last Monday!. .. A/ 'vera.i'nro". tvW typcal,: ? I I

HAY, D. FORTHP. moss and into the tree but the Mrs. Cari,Ctt of; Melrose Tinted 1001 "'-The yarilrty of "r. als.i! J + Cs
i am soaked wood jgfssed to c tch- her cousin Mrs. Edward Hutson. Iahd.sa. fUWanastrtam; *

tire more than the branch faallen at her beau jn Grandin last :: HjETAtly laV-How river
0. UOJ 19i J!'( Keystone Jleigbt8,,FIa. Mf.gold are
A GOOD DEED IS DEED FOR A < mto the line and then to the ]t0n4ay. :: 1ftiflld:Trlltmfnt'of an ors; *

round. Electric service was off t Mrs rpeU,,J ifp pt ,Grandin ,hts. tktr tnKirif facto,.,he RUmer -
I Jlfitlj o JU t,before j J Bout .U rotigr was; a business visitor in Gainesville -, 1.lS' Must t.
II I( most of Hampton. I last 7Titesd ay:- -- '- --- o.

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I : II I I II II I HEILBRONN By Mrv;; Harvey McCarthy

GAME I &&......&...........A A..AA&A,..ar
I Several of our Heilbronn folks
attended the football game Friday"
evening at Macclenny. Football
,J, .', .. ..... season means cooler weather Is
fln1etly.en its way.'I kinda hate
,. tr see it arrive, but IH surely be
glad to see the rain stop-very
much more water and we are go-
in!? to have to teach our lawn

BHS TORNADOES BOLLES mower Regret to to ski.report that our pastorrf

vs. Heilbronn Church Rev. Otis T.
Jones, suffered a heart attack last
week. However 'he was reportedto
be improving and plans to be
;74y' *iv rryr back with the Church soon. We

Bradford Park Fri. P. M are very thankful he is better and
Sept. 25, 8 ,r-alf.ll continue to pray In his be-

Rev. Cecil Crawford filled theptlpit
for morning and evening
cervices Sunday in the pastor's
Home Games Out-Qf-Town Games absence. Please remember you are
always welcome and needed at
Heilbronn Church.
September 25 Bolles ,- ,.- Here September 18 Starke 21 Macclenny 0 The Sunday School Intermediate -
Class enjoyed a work day at }
ALL TICKETS AT GATE $1.25 October 2 P. K. Yonge Here October 16 Perry There th" Church last Saturday. Their
project for the day was the paint-

Student Tickets Purchased at School October 9 Palatka '. Here October 30 Lake City There ing of their room. Each one carried -
I a covered dish and worked

Day of Game 75c October 22 Live Oak _. Here November 6.. Fernandina Beach There I I very The hard.Training Union Young Peo

All Children Grades thru 4 November 13 Santa Fe! . Here November 20 Green Cove Springs There I ple's Tried chicken Class enjoyed supper social a delicious tt the
attractive home of Mr. and Mrs.
Admitted Free if Accompanied G'en Norman in Starke last Sat-

urday evening.Mr. .
by Parents vti .and Mrs. Clinton Norman of
Jacksonville spent Sunday with
Clinton's parents Mr. and Mrs.

Frank The weekend Norman.guest of Mrs. Lois

} ALL OUT Cox was. Mrs. Charlotte Gay olTrznpa.

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and
r caughters, Joyce and Judy, visit-
ed relatives White
in Springs

; FOR THE i Sunday. and afternoonMr. Mrs. Freeman!- Crosby

I and Mrs. R. L.. Reddish visited In
Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. .
L. B. Sapp of Jacksonville
visited Mrs: 'Lois Cox Saturday
i afternoon..

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Norman were Mr. Norman's
.'.F ., Best Wishes To The Team A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow 'Em Down Tornadoes! brother and wife Mr. and Mrs.
Ceavy Norman of Tallahassee.
Our Support
left Wednesday: of this week fore
visit with her mother, Mrs. J.
'. ". FRUITS, GIFTS, POTTERY AND NOVELTIES. ,, STATION M. Fralick and family of Provi-
V. '" Regret to report that Mrs. Wallace -
.. Compliments.
: "t,'. .i Solano is still in St. Vincent's
: Best Wishes From
:. Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On! Hospital Jacksonville. May we
remember to pray in her behalf
BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN and for all.others who are suffer-
," COMMUNITY. STATE BANK w ing in sickness and )flain.
Mrs. Bobby Kite and children
'l/s.; OF STARKE We're Proud To Be'Tornado Boosters spent the weekend with friends
Best Wishes Team in Callahan.
Kf.th Reddish will start train-
/ ,j MEMBER F.DJ.C. LAWSON'S MARKET I' WILLIAMS JEWELRY ing Monday, the 28th, in the American -
," .
Hair Styling Academy in
Jacksonville. Jimmie Flannagan
II '* ..*: EXPERT WATCH REPAIR accompanied Keith to Jacksonville -
: > ': i Best Wishes From Sunday for a visit.
I ': .... My mother, Mrs. Maude Mott,
'I FLORIDA THEATRE Best Wishes To The Team End I visited in Gainesville Wednesday -
Come On Out And.Boost Our Team! of last week.
Mrs. Lois Henson and son of
MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER Jacksonville were weekend guests
rf her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
: Let's Fill TheSt nds"'For'Tonight's Game YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER C. [Ernie Johns.

yyyyyyyyywyyvYVVVVCLAY ..v.n
Let's Support The Tornadoes SHEPHERD'S RADIO, & .TV I
Support.The Tornadoes With Your Presence HILLby

':_, "' B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. Hn. J. L, BtriekUa
Best Wishes
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.- Jonell Strickland was in Jack-
Good Luck Tornadoes!
of last week
Best Wishes From
and completed arrangements
.. start work soon in one of the
DENMARK FURNITURE CO.Compliments banks.
r- .: I
{ / Compliments OfSMITTY :_ We learned Sunday that anoth-
rr boy had a run-in with a snake.

'S BARBER' SHOP Bonnie Kirkland of Highland was
Best Wishes To The Team. !. OfDODD'S going home from his grandmother's -
house and didn't: get very far
before he saw a big snake in the
MOENCH G.E. APPLIANCES. SUNOCO SERVICE STATION x th. He started yelling for help
Best Wishes From and some other boys came along
t i_ WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS and helped him kill the big ratter

.. EDWARD'S GROCERY. &"MARKET which had 13 rattles and a
Come On Out And Boost Our Team! button.
...-',:..,t.. Support The Tornadoes'With Your Presence We were glad to have Mrs. Lois
last Sunday
Chism back in church
,:..i.: FLORIDA PEST CONTROL' A Good Team Like The Tornadoes VOLLEY STARLING'S but missed Bill Pendarvis
I ';. Deserves Your Support who was on the sick list and also
,. & CHEMICAL COMPANY N ]lie Wilkinson who was alsO
i: .' ._. _. The Black Creek Assodational
,. Sunday School meeting was held
Macedonia Church for the last
Let'sFill, The Stands For Game !t
Tonight's Best Wishes Tornadoes
Everybody Out For The Big Game meeting of this Sunday School
year.The department heads of the
j; CATE-H ENDRY .CHEVROLET CO. FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY Black Creek Association Baptist
.* *- WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATION Crurch met at Highland Monday I
night to work out a program for
VI the coming year.

.- I :Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Let's Support The Tornadoes We had an Increase to 65 In
Best Wishes From Sunday School last Sunday, but
that at-
the Intermediates won
: C* KOCH DRUG STORE : GEM-JEWELRY HART FURNITURE CO. s-ndance banner again.Why can't
i* N.'L. WOODBURN tome"of the other classes work as
_**_.* r ., they do?
.The House Of Fine Diamonds ; ., I
.'. ., : Starke's. Leading Jeweler : V7tt rs attending services last A
Compliments Of ':: ...... Good Luck Tornadoes! SundaJ' included Mr. and Mrs. :,
Bellamy, Mrs. Clara Olson. .Mrs.

.. SJARKE, HARDWARE- CO. Best Wishes Team ;'.' -..:' J & J BUILDING.SUPPLIES, Inc. lime Florence Byrt CreV Dupree? McCormick.and an Mrs.of

;" t. ,:. : '. Jacksonville and Mrs. Louise
SPORTING ': THE Owens of'Lawtey. The Bellamics
also visited Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Best Wishes'To The TeamCAUFFMAN'ST Knight while here. I

'. SINCLAIR SERVICE t We met again Sunday afternoon '.

Support' The. Tornadoes. With .Your Presence :Tornadoes! at 4 oclock to practice our
STATION i \n2ging. The regular class is ,
Thursday night about 7 o'clock

HARDY.._ BROTHERS MOTOR CO. GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION 542 West Madison Street lasting until we get hoarse and go 1:
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'C1 ] ome. An are welcome to these

at.1I1nI'Jeri1ces. well a* to the
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