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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.. y. City Council Doubles Its Salary;







V r t- Asks Rec Board To Trim BudgetTeenage





t ity f Johns .- ,,- ."," '
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fre :Ii j HonoredOn Raise Unanimous;

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Negro youths charged
Eldon Hardy, Hodge :Motors avsoiiate dP"AI..r, l.-ft. Mrs. Jt">ie 'ha.tain in -in the right lonfehaket I "
with breaking and entering a local .new" City Council began -

an angry finger at the Hoard of County ground and Chairman Harold Norman listens at market Sept. 27 entered pleas of I J its regime Tuesday night

Commissioners dlringlonla"s: mwting. Corn-: riclit. The legs and arm on the extreme right guilty: when arraigned in 'Circuit by sending the City Recreation

missioner Law ton Crawford i is at kit Shrriff I'. belong to Commissioner :M. O. Ilurrcll. Court Saturday. and were handed Board's requested $10.-

D. Reddish is an interested >pertator second from iwo-year prison sentences by 266.66 budget back for trim-

Judge George L. Patten- ming and, immediately thereafter -

Joe Murphy, 18 Theodore Bennett doubling the salariesof

I 15, and James Williams. 15, its own members from $50
Board In Hot Water
County all from the Reno section, admit- to $100 per month for the

ted entering Allen's Market on next year. The increase in

EJrownlee Street with the intentto 'I Council salaries will add another -

Over Road Equipment Bid commit a misdemeanor. Judge $=:.000 annually to the

Patten recommended that 'the iwt of city government.Chief .
boys be sent to Appalacchee Correctional -
Riley Sweat was voted SraVse
I :: : Institute to serve their
The Board of County Commissioners .! of $2.50per week.

All Part bought three new piecesof sentences. .:; Mayor W. Jackson vofced ob-

equipment for the road depart- During the same court session ipction to Council's action in

Of The ment at its Monday meeting, but four other persons pleaded guiltyto : raising salaries of its membeis

1 fueworks flared after the bids charges against them and received from S50 to $100 per month, whileI

Day's Work >t had been accepted. prison sentences. ., I totally ignoring him. He asked
; (I Ray Anthony Culbreth and Jo. .. : that his fee for cases handled in
The Commission accepted the ."" '
Frank Dagastino, both of Mont- 4 Mayors Court be boosted from $3
low bid of $11,495: from Florida- s It *
gomery Ala-, pleaded guilty to :: T to $5 per case.
) s .
s Georgia Tractor Company of Jack- -- 'r..f:; I .IA
r theft of a pickup truck from Noe- The Mayor got his raise but
sonville on a new motor I
grader, gcls Auto Sales. The two mentH're "Old" CouncilHandles Carl Johns (standing, left), retiring City Clerk, is presentedwith on::? half as much as he requested.
but took the high bid of Terwil-
arrested last week in 'Baldwin I an engraved sliver loving cup by City Attorney .\. J. ;when Council instructed Attorney
Motors two
legar on new trucks
s after the truck discovered :.A. J. Thomas to draw an OJI -
was up ;
for Thomas Jr. at Tuesday night's t'ouncil meeting. Interested onlookers i' .
$7,360.20.I
1t :: missing here. Theywere'I sent Only dinance raising his fee from $3
: : are Merrill Edwards: << (left foreground), who was installed -
) I I flareup came after the acceptance enced to 30 months at hard labor. to $I per case
Tuesday night as Johns' successor, and Major \\\ T.
c ; ; |' of Terwillegar's bid on Guy Yeager, Jacksonville, received Routine Business The motion to adopt the salary
il two Ford The Board Jackson (right). In addition to Tuesday night's honor, Johns ordinance
dumps. ; accepted a sentence of two years was made by Mrs. Ruby

this bid under the mistaken after pleading guilty to "a chatge 'Two sessions of the City Council was praised for his 27 years of \service in the current issue of I Johns and carried without a dissenting -

/D -T TI1LLrrt1J impression that Hardy Broth of forgery and uttering a forgery. met Tuesday night and conducted! Florida Municipal Utilitie"o'iatlon "\ew.. Letter" and in vote.Differences.

l .' ers Salvage Co., the low and only Vernon Crews, under probation mostly routine business amid a | communications from Reynolds Smith and Hills, and other I'| of opinion cropped

;y I other bidder, was giving up its horn a 1957 sentence here for forgery welter of position changing. well-known Florida firms having dealings with the city over the 'up soon after Councilman Randal

dealership in Dodge trucks, and pleaded guilty to violationof swearing in of new officials and I years. I'Chitty had been elected chair-

t that there would be no local dealer probation and was sentenced j fond goodbyes to departing City' man for the new year. replacingT.

,..t to service the trucks when to three years in prison. Clirk'Carl Johns. j L C. Hazen Jr. and offered the

I needed. Crews' sentence will run concurrently Johns met with,_the<< "old" ViOman'sbClukioiwBattleOver], : 1359-60; budget for final approval- '-

Eldon "Hardyt one o1 the own' "with.* five} 7ea.r Sel tenee ril at 6:30 to'clear up-last by the'body.

[ers of the low bidding company, from Dade County on four chargesof ute details. Councilman JD.. Doyle suggested

came storming (back into the grand larceny. Under Chairman T. C. I ClIff I I I that the budget be accept.
USO Use As Storage Center ed on condition that the recreation -
4 rrr meeting and told the Commission; Down the hall in Juvenile Hazen. Jr., the Council: j |
to be back to
r budget sent
his company was being shoddily Court, three other Juveniles invoked Approved the minutes of the i, .
the Recreation Committee for
treated. He said the in the entry of 'Allen's meeting I
i commissioners previous : {
A ball, tossed at the School the building was "too expensive tnoimmg. Doyle said all other
should have contacted the Market were sentenced 'Mari- of! (, "
; Authorized partial payment Board meeting last month by the, fir storage space. cit? departments had been trim-
company rather than listen to anna Industrial School for 'boys. i 30352.99 to contractor S. M Starke Jaycees, was caught and I!' "Pulling off your shoes everyI md by the CouncU at last week's

rumors. The last two of eight youth involved I Wall for work completed on a rained this month by representatives I Friday night" Mrs. Smith said 'special meeting." and he thought
in the incident had the '
Hardy emphatically denied that l storm sewer job on North Temple'I of the Business and Professional i vas not her idea of learning to the recreation group should cut
I charges against them dismissed.
there would be no Dodge dealer- Judge Theron A.Yawn said I Avrnue; [e Women and the Senior and f j jdUnce or social conduct When t eits, proposed expenditures-

: ship in Starke, and said Hardy I Accepted a deed for a 60-foot | Junior Woman's Clubs. {I school gym is used for dancing it
Councilman Ruby Johns and
molt of the Negro boys had been I'
1 Brothers wide street to from Call Street ii j Goal of the Jaycees, and the be sock hop because |
Mrs. Bess Burns, county librarian, helps out on a homework Salvage is an associate before him in Juvenile Court on run i)can only a I Chitty objected to the proposal,
I dealer (a dealer that sells but i to Wilson Road between the old several other civic organizations the floor must be protected from .
thought
research! problem confronting f'ighthgr.ldt'r'onne Conner. several previous occasions. |saying they the recrear
I dnve-in owned by John '''interested. is the return of the scratches.i .
does not have to stock vehicles), property ; I
The" county library is flooded for a brief while after school lets In County Judge's Court Judge 1 |) lion group's budget was not out
and that he could' get parts for Kopelousos and Ben Sunslow, and j 1 USO building to recreational uses. i The bright spot of the disussionjeame cf line. Mrs.. Johns; pointed ou$
Yawn sentenced Leona D. Brown, I
out each day. Children come to do homework or just browse owned L. G. and John .The building which purchased
property by was
the Dodge trucks anytime they Starke, and Milton Bell, Lawtey, | when Powell said he believ- that the recreation group had
among the books looking for some good leisure reading. were needed. He asked the Board to serve 90 days in jail after they Powell: I:some years ago by the board from'i:ic.2 that a. joint agreement could'be ,started; with "a pitifully small a-

what they intended to do about pleaded guilty to trespassing on I Heard a letter from the State !: the federal government for $15- made between members of the ,mount but had made remarkable

the situation. state property. Civil Defense Director saying J900 i i has been used by the school recreation committee and the. progress in the short time it has

BPW Club Names Mrs. Bess Burns The commissioners adjourned I money had been budgeted but J for classes for offices and recently cchool Board for payment of upkeep >- 1 1 existed."
The two
state
were caught by
available, to half the auditorium has been used of the
not building. This '
was yet pay
bug
for. dinner at this point and put i "If we start cutting them down
prison officers at the site of the .
; to store supplied and materiaL:
I in a hurry-up call for County new prison barracks last week. I the cost of a radio warning sys-j' gestion was made after Superintendent -;bo>fore they get started good thered

Woman Of The Year For 1959 Attorney Arch Thomas. Thomas They said they had gone there to trra trucks to; operate from city wnedji!j(I1 i I I I mostly Development purchased Commission from the surpluspnpertics. Florida not understand Morgan said why that the he board di ;I ,: will not be any more progress,"

"I don't think this is
came in for the afternoon sessionas vsit the woman's: husband Mil- she added.
Pipe, nails and cafeteria -
did Eldon Turned the floor over to City j should be responsible for recrea-' ; large amount for them to
Clyde Terwillegar, .a very
lard H. Brown who is serving a ; equipmen; have been stored :
Mrs. Bess Burns, county hbra- Mrs. Burns began her profes- Arch Thomas who bade :' ucn facilities. '
i I, Hardy, and Charles Hardy (man- sentence for breaking and enter- Attorney j, J there. request and I don't think it needs
r..n for the past two years will be sional career in 1932 as a caseworker I Brothers goodbye to Johns. I j j The discussion was closed on an l ito be cut"
of Motors I
i, ager: Hardy ing in Charlotte County. recitation has been ;
Teenage
named today by the Starke Business for the State WelfareBoard encouraging note with the opinion
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with
Johns
a' !
I which actually is out of business Thomas presented Doyle finally put his suggestion
Mrs. Lester the USO Teen
Kerrin. alias Mrs. centered at and i
: from the board that
and Professional Woman'sClub ; she held for they would
a position
,. ," 2nd is selling its former building Lester Can-en. alias Geneva Wah- ]urge silver loving cup bought by Time activities nave been held m the form of a motion which
the "Woman of the Year"al ''ciht "know more by the next :
as :: jears.j of the Council and city meeting
on Temple Avenue. 1m members d'?sed three to two. Doyle. Hazeo.
i alias Geneva Crews, pleaded .. there with skating in the auditorium i
a dinner in her honor in the j She was executive secretary forjthe Questioning a teenage student t
I Terwillegar told the Board the I employees, and said in part. "Thisgift and Orie Wiggins voted for, and
Garden Reslaurdnt. I Bradford County Red Cross guilty to passing two worthlesschecks. i i now serving asa warehouse. *ho usually attended Teen TimE i
I i bid had been accepted and he saw She was sentenced to a I is not in compensation for The Business and Professional I Chitty and Mrs. Johns opposed the
The dinner was a highlight of [ Chapter from 1941 to 1948 when what have done but is an the newspaper was told that when.I
: no reason for the action to be otal of six you ;'Women m.\"e
:; months in jail on the : are also interested in the
skating available
in the
National Business Woman's week, Camp Blanding was in service, of debt can | was audi
now being observed.An i' and Starke was flooded withsoldiers ; I changed. two charges. !'I acknowledgement" You a leaving we here :availability of the auditorium for torium more than 200 teenageI1"attEnded ; The budget was returned to the

outstanding! social and busi- 'I seeking warmth and ; Attorney Thomas informed the 1 The woman must still face never repay. will are retire as thtir annual New Year's dance Saturday night affair commute howE'Ver.tthout any
i. could do charges of petty larceny and for- now, but you never .for which Mrs. J. D- Doyle said'they the I "petrified amount to be cut.
ness worker for 27 years, Mrs. friendship: far from their homes.; |" commissioners they as ;rng as the people here have the I' at USO but last week therewere j}
Burns was honored for her work'' She has been county librariansiice they pleased, meaning they could sery. to remember We hope paid $25 as rent and also only six or seven present. Council then accepted the%total

in recent months that had resulted !'I May 1957. and in addition i,, rescind the motion accepting Ter- Negro Marion T. Lee was sentenced -. power will find pleasure you. in your., paid janitor service before and i Jaycees who attended the meeti9 -!' buaet.; providing expenditures ofSS3.812.22
yen
in Bradford County being is chairman of the district firewelfare i:i willegar's bid and reconsider both Wednesday to 30 days in "after the dance. were Ray Gold*ire. Neil Maipnurs for the 1959-60..1i3cal

named along with Gainesville asa t board which embraces15e"en ; bids. throw out *both bids and re- jail on conviction of voluntary new pursuits: J Although no solution to the and- George- KICKS. i) :tr. pending possible trimmingof

!library aid unit which will receive counties; chairman of theI advertise, or leave things as theystood. intoxication. An engraving on the cup lauded problem was found at the meeting, the recreation allotment.In .

more than $16.090 in federal are. Division of Civil Defensein Joins; for 27 years of performance H. P. Morgan, school superintend- j Forest Service To i j other action: the Council ap-
I : above and beyond the requirements er.t, said that much of the material ] i
aid this year for expanded Bradford county: and is a" The Commission accepted this Rotarians See Film j ,jyved'the hiring of J. W. Buck
of his office. had been moved with the J Begin Plowing Fire :
library sen-ice- member( of the State Children's'': ;advice in embarrassed silence. I Alvarez as city policeman.
Presented ByJacksonville Johns thanked the assemblage completion of the school cafeterias :1 I
Committee appointed by the govI : Commissioner M. O. Harrellcarefully Lines October 15
for the gift, and expressed his and within a few months an aver- I
I einor of Florida. j explained that his vote MayorThe Gas
Mayor Signs
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'ail. all i
for the opportunity
BACK THE TEAM I As a member of the Civil Defense for acceptance of the Terwillegai appreciation piiCS- I The Florida Forest Service said ::
to serve "with this and previous :
movement. Mrs Burns iscurrently hid which $190 impressive "Jacksonville5wry" this week that it should have
was more than
t Revenue Bonds
councilsHe: | Jaycee spokesmen again offered+'. I, .
; working with committee j
WITH[ Hardy Brothers' bid. was prompted was presented at the Rotary equipment available to beginplr.nmg
Members to draw up a master plan I j iby the thought there would be Club Wednesday by Mayor- said he was "still vitally interested :;' to help find storage space and to fire lines Oct. 15 for farmers I i 1 I

YOUR PRESENCEAT I shoeing all available shelters in ;, no local service for Dodge trucks Commissioner Hayden Burns of[ in the progress of the!'found.move the materials when it was ji and ranchers in Bradford., Mayor W. T. Jackson at the.request

tl'e county in ease of emergency. I II Jacksonville.By: ton and would always be available and Union Counties. of City Council signed
I He said if the matter came to i ;iI '
l The old cafeteria
The committee must also set up : to assist in future progress Lawtey was I 5425.000 of gas reVenue bonds last
of The first 15 of
the use colored slides, minutes plow-
vote again he would vote to accept II I I
procedures to handle evacuationof if he was needed. { again suggested as a storage space Saturday at the Jacksonville office -
with narration the the
by Mayor m! time are free and the hourly
the low bid, but he made ,I:
nc
I' (either to be moved to Starke
BHS vs. PALATKAFriday Duval County citizens in case move to have the previous action remarkable story was told of the After a brief recess the "new" or i j irate after that is $8.00. : of Pearce, Garrison and Wulr
to the materials
to Lawtey.
of because Starke is Merrill move burn city fiscal who handled -
emergency rescinded.At transformation within a four-year Council met to swear in Arrangements for the plowing agents
Night designated: as the first major evacuation period of Jacksonville's formerly I Edwards as city clerk- There were, In answer to this suggestion Morn service can be made by phoning the sale of the bonds.
the same time, Eldon Hardy < & said he believed the cost of..
t, center for the south part and Commissioner Lawton Crawford unsightly waterfront into an ultramodern no new faces at the Council tableas I l 'WO. 4-2721, or by contacting any Money free the bond issue will
moving\ the building would be pro-
8:00 P.M. cf- Duval County. area of skyscrapers Randal Chitty was elected I ranger in the area. be used for the conversion of the
were
heated
exchanging remarks hibitive. School Board chairman
Since becoming county libra- municipal parking areas, and pub- coalman for the coming year. I W. !I municipal power plant to the use
HOME GAME! rian Mrs. Burn has been instrumental D. Starling said that they !!. Patrol Station Site
'ic buildings. Mrs. Ruby Johns and J. D. cf 'natural gas and for construct-
Hardy asked Crawford why the wanted to get the old building off J
f in doubling the circulation
Mayor Burns said that overnooooo.OOO Doyle, along with Mayor W. T. ion of a city distribution systemfor
Gets Filled
Commission was worried about .Livtey school grounds as soon as Finally;
of
figures the library but her most
has been spent on Jackson and Police Chief Riley t sale of gas to private customers. -
I dealer service for its equipmentsince possible and he would not wanttc
has
important job been helping
this improvement in the Sweat retained their positions in .
program
the county to qualify as a library "you never send it to the see the building left there for The last of about 3500 cubic:
This Contributed past few not the the recent city elections.
Space years including The
aia region. dealers for repair anyway." *He storage. yards of fill dirt was dumped on- gas line to the power plant

to f Publicize Mrs. Burns with members of went on to say that Crawford was cc*>l of the Jacksonville Expressway. When Mrs. Junius M. Smith, to the site of the future Highway was completed about a month ago
Weekly He said that all of
I the Library Board. gained the always looking for the cheap way been this had Band Boosters Plan who represented the Senior Wo-1 I Patrol station adjoining the Far and White Diesel Division of
accomplished
Community Events by I backing of the County Commis- to do things and that the commissioner without new man's Club asked 'what the long mer's Market on US 301, last Fri- White Motors: who has the contract .
taxes or expensive bond issues. First
the Meeting range plan of the board was for day afternoon. is at work on building of
.1 icn, which set aside one-half mill was cheapest man 1
I appropriation for the library when know." He said that a large Part in the the USO the'answer was that it Construction of the building parts for the change-over from oil
THE successful financing of the The Band Boosters Associationwill
COMMUNITY the Board was preparing the 1959- Crawford replied that he always program kid not been discussed. frill l begin after tests of the site to natural gas.

STATE BANKOF I 60 budget and she was a moving managed to pay his bills and he operation is credited of Jacksonville's to the profitable muni- hold its regular monthlymeeting Board ,member W. C. Powell agreed determine that the fill has settled City Attorney A. J, Thomas Jr.

force in setting up an agreement was on the outlook for the best cipal plant Monday, Oct. ..12. at 8 with the comment by !..IrlJ. sufficiently. reported to Council Tuesday night

STARKE I tetween Bradford. Alachua County deal for the county. He ended by Mayor power Burns introduced p.m. in Band- Hall. D. Warren representing the Ernest Tnest of Keystone that Brown and Stevens of Atlanta

and the was by Junior Woman's Club, that the has ,Ga., who will build the distribution -
city library of Gain- telling Hardy he would vote for S. L. Peek Jr., who had charge of The executive board will meet t Heights the contract for the

I Continued On Page Six] I Continued -On Page Sill :the there at USO was not built for storage and j 35,610 building. The land was system, has been firea
program. 7:30 .
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?AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. PLOIUDA' THURSDAY OCTOBER-: 1939r'fr
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.a.' a "'-- .. Mrs. J. L. Youmans of Black-! .- -- ,. -
Mrs. Virginia Haynes of The
Jacksonville
Family Life Expert president, MrsPaul DinkinsSr. ) :.
School Trustees :
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shfar: Ga. was a recent visitor of is visiting Mr. an4 Mrs. of Lawtey conducted the business -
i Dr and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. Grl Mathews several days this I Addresses County I :: session at uhlcR-a-(,'tiiistnias

..I and Mrs A. E. McKinney wtek. Up for .Election.On .. Council Meeting ::decorations workshop was planned -
spent the weekend with Mrs.'J.'E. Mr. and Mrs.. E. L Middleton: of for Dec- 8. Floria

.1- VW '-i Milhcan in Palatka. Melbourne were Sunday visitors of 'November 3 Understanding Ourselves andOthers"was'the'theme -Also present at the meeting were aTheatre
i :Mrs.: Joe Martinez is spending and Mrs.. W. E., .
Dr.t? Middleton. I
Sirs. Jim Harden
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M of a talk and."daughter
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: 1N THE NEWS I :.. several. ::days with Mr. and Mrs..J.A. J4r. and Mrs. Harold Dayton of Threetrustees for countywide: by"Miss'Ruth Harris the County Debbie. Mrs.:R. M. Cadden:MIs.

-1. 1 Martinez in Jacksonville while Warren Ohio were lastweek school District No. 1 will be elected -Council Meeting held Friday atthe'HomeaDenionstration Dave Green Mrs. T. 'W."Darkey,
... _a _r_ _a_ '. little Larry Martinez underwent ahernia guests of Mr. and Mrs.'H. E. Day- Nov. 3 Bradford ;irs.,L. E./Cox, Mrs 'B. 'White.
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lib operation at Baptist Memorial 01.. I The Mrs. J; L. GentryMrs.'A.TL:. Harley
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wayne Wheeler :Mrs. O. W. White, Sr. entered Hospital on ,Tuesday. County freeholders. is'Famfly Life spec- -
of Kansas City, Mo. are"guests Bradford County Hospital Tues- I NOW YOU can make 60-serond Miss Margaret was a Sunday Smith visitor of Jacksonville of- i.. election will be held in conjunction aUst.\'with 'the 1 Agricu1ture Exten- 'Sr.. Miss Enza "Blanchard.Mrs. .

.ior ten days of. Mr. and :Mrs. Leo day for observation.Mrs. pictures without flashbulbs with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. with the special election on Eton Service and'was-the'featuredter"Of..the "Effie Miner. Mrs.' ,John C.

Marine-land: Gladys Harrington has new Polaroid 3000 Speed Film at Buddy Crawford entered Bradford that date to accept or reject a heOn'meeting. Green and Miss'Dorothy'Ross."Be *

bought the J. E. Wall home on N. Bullington's. County Hospital last Wednes- constitutional amendment pro- -" '. -.,.- -," --.-.-----..- ". "- .'>.',: -,
Walnut street viding a new apportionment'form-
Monday. and plans to move
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Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesvilleand day for back treatments.
Mrs. Garland Parnell of Savan- there some time this month. :Mrs. Effie Stevenson of Se- Mrand Mrs. Murray Andersonof ula for the Florida House of Representatives SAT. OCT. 10 ONLY

:rah Ga. was' an overnight guest Mrs. Effie Jchns had as weekend bastian spent the weekend with and Senate.
Waycross, Ga. were weekend z
guests Mrs. Carter of Candidates for the school trus- ak
Tuesday of last week of Mr. and Henry ai
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and Mr. guests of Mr. end Mrs. N. S. Dank -
-sirs. K. G. Duncan. Maxville and George Baisden of tee posts have until Oct. 19 to i
:and Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr. l.
J." Singer Sewing Machine Needles Jacksonville.Mrs. Rev. H. O. Boyette is attending MOTOROLA TVOne Year qualify. A candidate may qualifyby
t at Denmark Furniture Co. tf Ed Collins of Bartow is the Pastor's School in Leesburg Warranty on parts and labor. obtaining a petition with the k s ov
spending this week,, with Mr. and of jq
five freeholders
signatures on < :.. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. W. from Monday to Friday.Mr. GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER.
--H. Edwards, III gave a family Mrs*V R. G. PatersoB. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong attended Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sampson of it, and presenting this to the b., s.. G.. lao
Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mrs. Owen at the Tus- Mr. and Mrs. .School Board.
J;picnic birthday supper for JudgeT. Homecoming fffner are visiting ;
Au Yawn, Jr. Wednesday events Vaughn. Airs. Henry Stefanelliand tunuggee Methodist_ Church near V:0. Bridges this week. Present trustees are John A. caaae,oe uo,,rtjJ
: at the Edwards place on Father Cornelllus Dougherty Fort White last Sunday.Mr. Ben. and Mrs. Charley Johnsare Torode, and A. L. Green. Third
Kingsley Lake. attended the Catholic St. Augu- and Mrs. Herbert Green in Denver, Colo. for two weekson member of the board O. J. Phil-

=?: 'Mrs. W. A. Stern gave a small stine Deanery meeting in Palatka spent four days last week in New Legislative business. lips, died several months ago and -

birthday bridge party Tuesday on Tuesday. Orleans. A1C Floyd Crosby, Jr. reported and this vacancy has not been ; .1 '
*fcy her daughter Miss Louise MOTOROLA TVOne Year Mrs. Robert,E. Tanner and Mrs. MacDill AFB. Tampa on Mon filled. I I j -

w...stem. Warranty on parts and .labor. Charles Brown of Baldwin were day after two weeks vacationwith In addition to the trustees,|[ 74tIi 11
Mrs. Charlotte H. Williams and GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER. last Tuesday visitors of Mrs. J. H. his family.Mr. freeholders will also vote on school,'

J: ou, James of Eustis were visiting Wayne Haynes, an employee of :Fields. and Mrs. C. L. Currie,and niillage. The recommended levy Ohf1E F>:ATn tEs J 5_
..Mr- and Mrs. Merntt Williams Container Corporation, will attend Dr. Sarah L. Wells and Miss daughter of Lake City rereSatuioay will be 8 mills on district current,
"last week. the fall meeting of the Florida Nancy N. Rood, R. N. are attending visitors cf Mr. and :Mrs. and two mills for building and it large house or small, there is no paint like

Mrand Mrs. Lloyd Hedgecock Chapter, Society of American Foresters the Florida Division meetingof Gene Long. bus reserve. Voters may either Starke Builders Supply Paint."
I and family hare moved back to in Marianna this week- the Cancer Society at Redington btra'Bobb1D. save timeStockup approve this millage, or write in

their home in High Point, N: C. Beach this weekend. with Singer Bobbins at 'Denmark any millage of their choice. ( 61uScOPE COLOR t,DC ICU
end.Miss Mrs. Lawrence Thompson and Furniture Co. U
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Jean Mundy of FSU was I
family were visiting Mr. and'Mrs. home for the weekend. Mrs. W. B. son of Jacksonville were weekend :Mr. and ,MrsHarold Godwin Lawtey Clerk Tins -Wild Life" Cartoon
nests of Mr. and Mrs. Logan and baby of Palatka were -,reekI -
'Hayden T. Smith in Live Oak Mundy also had as weekend guest ; I
Sunday. Baldwin. I cnd guests of-MrAnd Mrs. Logan NO MONEY DOWNRepair Sun. Mon. Oct.
Mrs. Thelma Steele of Gainesville.Mr. 11, 12
Replace your old sewing machine I Baldwin and Mr..and Mrs.. Hack, 'Gives Quarterly
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hixon andJEamily and Mrs. John B. Sapp of
belt with a new Siager Belt WUliams.;
; of ,Savannah, Ga- were Davtona Beach Mr. .
visiting
were
from Denmark Furniture Co. tf ,Mrs.Eustis McKnight andson, Financial ReportIncome
..Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. the
.."j. R. 'Hlxon.e and Mrs. Carl B. Sapp over Miss Dorothy Swanbom Law- Divid. spent 'the .weekend with uDaJ1e
weekend.
tey and Miss Audrey Carlisle of Miss Dolores McKnight at Cocoa for the city of Lawtey
Starke and Miami ,were Sunday .
.It Beach. during the third quarter of the Add Rooms --- Carport --
dinner guests of Mrs. Bynum Per I v
year was $4,147.46 and outgo for
kins. Miss. Swanbom and Miss Purchase any model of Singer
THE M MOST RELIABLE TV EVERMOTOROLA I Carlisle were formerly students of :, Sewing Machine It Denmark the same period was ;2725.47; ac- Bath Room
: ... Furniture tf cording to a financial report given
Perkins Co.
Mrs. ; "
: by City Clerk Ethel Reddish at Plus J eTI1Lion" Cartoon
Mr. and Mrs. J.P Dill are visit- (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-

ing relatives in Waycross, Ocilla, .Stork Shower For the regular meeting Monday TURES) Tues.. Wed. Oct. 13 14Plus
and Statesboro, Ga. this 'week. night.
Mrs-W. A..Bonham is confined Mrs. Bob BadgettMrs. Broken down income figures Time To Re-roof

;iI'ot. in the Laura Lawn Nursing Home show: cigarette taxes, $$1,325.46;I If
in Jacksonville. ; Bob Badgett was honored f real and personal taxes. $27; oc- .F
I Dianne Edwards will undergo a 'I''at a stork shower Tuesday of last.,t cupational taxes, $62.50; miscel-

in Memorial week in the Sunday school rooms laneous $65 and fines and forfeitures
I 1 I IL IYI Is ,tonsilectomy Baptist Church. ; STARKE BUILDEftSSUPPLI
Christian
First
I Hospital on Friday. of the 266750. Current bank
Mrs- Carlton McManus is con- Twelve friends were hostesses on balance as of Sept. 30, 1959 was t! qI

.., I vaiescing at home with a broken this occasion. $12,314.95.All I \ ;
,.. collar bone which she received in Mrs. Gerald Griffis conducted / *
members of the council were Inc. 11.::
,. an automobile accident in Yan- several games during the party. Ttle.r/
protects every keetown last Friday.MOTOROLA hours and prizes were awardedto present and no other business was I IE

TOne Year the winners. The refreshmenttable transacted. !
..tube and part ( AWING .:.
cloth, -
and labor. with a pink
Warranty on parts was lovely I
EUMINA against .. -
warm-up GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER.Mr. centered with a stork surroundedwith II EYE dRllllll03
". 3 oui pip power surge : and Mrs. H. M. Ballentineand fern and pink and blue flow I Robbins'y w.anr.n iW k

YI main caus of children. Michael, Timothy ers. Mrs. C. R. Tillman presidedat ISN-.a- pFr..-.cz
.
,
.
'Or SERVICE cAt I -
TV failure 'sand Susan of Neptune Beach will the punch bowl. .
be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. The hostesses presented the! BLANKET
..
Bert McMaines. honoree with a baby crib, laden 1tNP.

-I, Vv. Iv fd It, t Mrs.> *' J. M.v* High vt* pf Jacksonville:. wth baby: gifts from JUie_ 25 I .
spent the weekend with herpar- guests.Kelley. : '
ents: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards
and family. They visited St. Augu- Family Holds I aIIdSHEET iir
-
sire Beach on Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Brad Locke and Reunion At Graham I I II
.. II I
... son of Jacksonville were weekend I Prepare Now for Cold Weather and Save at Robbins'USE I! CODQgS

guests of Mrs. Shellie Hall. They Descendants of the late Rev. I Ii

... pent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Kelley, including eight. i,,
., Farrell Key in Gainesville and attended of his children, met at the home OUR LAY-AWAY PLANBLANKETS !
the football game. cf Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivers of

Graham last Sunday for a family FOpEAt00I9

,.. reunion dinner. I 01' wit.I
Present were 85 relatives an4) 70x90 ,.,.,.p.--r. b.r.ilrlLk.naia
YOU CAN'T BEAT\ -
4 I later in the afternoon friends call-
1 .ga L
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v Plans were made for next year's I "Let's Stalk Spinach"
world reunion to be held at the home of A Real Buy! Cartoon.
i beautiful Portable Phonograph the I
Most a Clyde Kelley, near Brooker, the
finish with golden 2 97
has appointments.fiver seen. Excitement Golden fabric of authentic 3-Channel r4 y w :4 first Sunday in October, 1960. G Thur.. Fri. Oct. 15. 16
$3.98 Value
Stereo Hi-Fi, made possible by exclusive 1 k .
f Golden Audio Separator. 3 separate amplifiers Baptist Young People
5 Golden Voice .
3 separate speaker systems. -
speakers. 4-peed Golden Stereo "800" change with the all new Have Picnic SupperThe : I 1 1 1

Gold or Brown color. i it 6.95 Val. BLANKETS Chatham 1I
Junior Department Mad. BLANKETS
FUEL/ SAVING
**' Model SH18 209.95 ison Street Baptist Training'Union

enjoyed a picnic supper at the 72 x 84 Dimensions
FLOOR HEATING _
100% Acrilan $12.95 Value
last .
Parsonage -Friday evening.The
iL 20 youngsters played games
4
fILr with prizes, and took part in 5.77 1 1Q.97

group singing and devotions followed .
by a picnic in the
supper A blend of
Rayon, Cotton, and Orion

,! 1z yard.Mr.. and Mrs.. Charlie Oakes; for Warmth, Comfort and Easy to Wash. A Blanket of Real

21- OVER-Alt s leaders of .the group, were assisted Beauty! Beauty. Use Our Lay-Away Plan! 0

.. DAG.! MEAS., by Rev. and Mrs. J. Jtabry,
263 SO. IN. PICTURE .a I Jr. and Mrs. Ed Lawson .
VIEWING AREA eh

: 11\\ I 4I WSCS Postpones &z22Z'

/ Study CourseThe .

t .;' ,.. .._ ._ .
"::.-'"! : < .- study course on 'The
_' A -:_ +ey Church's Mission in Town and OUR NEW DEPARTMENT AT ROBBINS" r
I s P Country" which was planned for

., FUIUSJZE TABlE TV IN Oct. 13 by the Wesleyan Service
Am ACTIVE COMPACT CABINET i Guilds and the WSCS of the First

..1. Cabinet is slightly larger than Y Methodist Church has been post- SHEETS and PILLOW CASES Jr

sire of picture tube. WitsTubeaand (Mahogo"Y, Color) poned until'Tuesday evening, Oct.
Golden "AS' 27, at 6 o'clock in FeHowsliip

., Parts, Tube Sentry, 20,000 219.95 HalL There will be a covered dish : INTRODUCTORY SPECIALS
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Volts of Picture Power. New ,ft' supper.
low price. Colors: Mahogany < 4
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Blond..Walnut. Model 21T64. ? > *--*- Guilds, units one and two, and
4 J PACIFIC SHEETS (Muslin)
Circle four, whose monthly meet-
Model 21T64 HOW-from SIEGLER ings are 'scheduled 'for Oct. 13 i

will hold their meetings Oct. 27. 81x99 72x99'

: One Year's Warranty On All,. Parts I sw ,1 For Double Beds For Single Beds G-tNO .

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On All 1 Starke, Minn, Keystone Heights a son t,1 r- & ,,.

t 1_ William George, Oct.2..
: Appliances FJa. 1 You get warm floors' 1 c
Mr. and Mrs: \Earl: William, -

.in every,room J Crawford. Lake Butler. 'a daughter
4W : AmehatOail, Oct. 4, .

Mr.nd-Mzs.: "Norman IX'Matte- r

1 .. r : .a Sladg .*&&(& I cJo.Mkoser- ,g son Oct. 4.' "t!Store of Plus "China Jones" Cartoon

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I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 195D; BRADFORD COUNT-I: YELEGR 1'H. bTAttJUG. FLORIDA PAGE THREIAUdya



I __ ___ __ Mrs. L. A. Davis Shower' For ParentsOf -


Named To Civil War Adopted ChildThe

I .'
} Centennial
GroupMrs. Presbyterian Sunday School

building was the setting for a
L. A. Davis of Starke, who !
delightful "mama and papa"shower
has been prominent in United
Saturday evening honoring
of the .
Daughters Confederacy -
Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomerywho
Mooty t work for many years, has been appointed -

1--____ .__----- --- --- 4. by Gov. LeRoy Collins to adopted a two-month-old

1 the Florida Civil War Centennial J daughter recently. Hostesses for
Ji the affair were Mrs. B. C. Holt- r

I Ij Commission.The .-- .. -. .. t : zendo Jr., Mrs. R. G. Paterson. .
Florida Commission will .
.
?r-1 & : Mrs. Claude Crowson. Mrs. Larry '
I work with the National Commission .; .

: II I in making plans and carrying 0 Hardin. Mrs. W. T. Jackson. r .' ";" .
and Mrs. Guy Andrews. ; ,1 .
out the observance of the I .
100th anniversary of the War Between The party rooms were decorated i. .
IIII -
II $ \ I the States.In with, yellow and white crepe .

naming the nine-member paper streamers. The white linen .

\ Florida group Gov. Collins said, covered refreshment table helda .} : .

!Commemoration of Florida's participation yellow and white flower ar- ". ,. p11",

in the Civil War is of A rangement centered with a clothesline :. .< 4jI

4 7'I genuine historic interest and value .l J i hung with miniature paper .__: .; ,L .'

; that may inspire and enrich : baby clothes and diapers. i'' '

t young and old alike. It will pro- Appropriate children's games ;'.', ,:, t ..-,..
; ; or., .
: '..
I < were played by the 25 guests ,.
; r de a fitting tribute to all Floridians -, i4 ;:- .a: .,;:
which included husbands and _
who served their principlesso io.! .

'. well)) in the grayest hour of S t1. wives. ; .. l'.x. "
t .. .
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crisis our country ever faced." !. ., ..'.

11 Mrs. -" '. ;...:'.-' ,-i
Flynn Surprised o :: { "
.. 'Y' "'. .
Bridal Shower Held L .. -<.f
.. With HousewarmingA .. :.'
:1.
.
.
fit .. .
.0 For Joan Bullard 1 : ., .
few close friends dropped in -.( ,"r. '.
.
Miss Joan Bullard. whose marriage on Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr. at .. -- .

-I-- to Johnny Elaine Thompsonw11 her new home on E. Call! street : k.: .' .' ._-

be an event of Oct. 16, was : Wednesday afternoon of last week
: ;
; the inspiration for a bridal shower iii i for a surprise house-warming. Miss Jacqueline Grace Harley Weds

4 ct'; given Thursday evening in the i Mr. and Mrs. Flynn were given I
Arnold Smith In
educational building of the North uqy ,a book with wishes for their new Q. Lawtey CeremonyThe
I1i
.4 Side Baptist Church. i home" in which the.guests each
marriage of Miss Jacqueline ind was assisted by Mrs. WilliamM.
Hostesses for the affair were wrote a poem or a wish. The 15
I Grace Harley, daughter of Mr. Smith and Mrs. Frank W. Dry-
Miss Vonda Starling Miss Jean ft .. kat included in the surprise party also inu Mrs. H. C. Harley of Lawtey,
and Miss Geraldine Star- len Jr.
Moore presented the Flynns with a the
11 't and Arnold Q. Smith. son of

lil1g.A. H : breakfast set for, their new home.A late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J. Smith Serving punch were Miss Elslt1t -

_
green and white color motif I y dessert course was served dur- of Starke, was solemnized at 4 >an Chao of Jacksonville Beach

was achieved in the flower arrangements ing the afternoon. o'clock Sunday afternoon Sept. 27, !Mrs. Floyd McLean of Green Cove

2 % used in decorating., in Grace Methodist Church Law- Springs Mrs. Harold Beasley,
-
V The refreshment table covered WMU ley. The Rev. Troy M. Wakefieldof
MeetingThe
:$ Etirke, and Miss Elaine Harley
with an imported lace cloth, helda the University of Florida officiated I- ,
.
Baptist Ceremony Saturday Unites teautiful cake surrounded by a 1 :: regular meeting of the executive at the double-ring cere- cousin of the bride.

Patricia Sue Cogdill And David Ewell Lawson riffle of white nylon net and valley 4 committee of the First mony. Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. greeted

lilies. Completing the setting ; [ Baptist WMU was held Tuesdayat A program of nuptial music guests at the door and presented

Miss Patricia Sue Cogdill, daughter's wedding a dress of sky I wel e crystal candle holders with the church. was presented by the bride's aunt :them to the receiving line com-

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude blue lace over taffeta with satin white tapers. Crystaf trays held Mrs. Nelson B. Blocker pianist,
.. Following a covered dish luncheon paced of the wedding
.
party.
Cogdill, became the bride of David trim, complemented by dark blue mints and nuts. L', the business and program of Lake, City. and Mrs. E. F. ,

Ewell Lawson son of Mr. and accessories and a white carnation firs Ola Mae Sapp and Mrs. the Montgomery, soloist, also of Lake Mrs. Shirley H. Gaskins. a cousin
meeting was presided over by
: Marvin Lawson in beautiful Miss Barbara Lance Weds Goertz : "En- of the bride, kept the bride's
Mrs. a corsage. Bobbie Turner greeted the guestsat Jerome J. president. Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Reports CJty. Mrs. Montgomery sang book.

wedding ceremony performed Mrs. Lawson was attired in an I the door and were in charge of from all the officers and treat Me Not," "I Love Thee", and
In First Methodist ChurchA
Saturday evening: at 7:30 o'clockin aqua blue sheath dress with white I the gift table. A solo was presented Sunday committees were heard. Tiie Wedding Prayer." The tradi- After spending some time with

the Madison Street Baptist embroidery and black accessories. by Miss Vonda Starling, ac- beautiful and impressive wedding served as ring bearer. tional marches were used. tie guests, the couple left for a.
groom The "Hong Kong"was
Church. Rev. J. H. Mabry, Jr. She also wore a white carnation conpanied by Mrs. Rita Tilley. program on Baskets of white gladioli with wedding trip to South Florida.
The bride given in marriage by
was performedSunday given by Mrs. Wesley King,
performed..-the double ring cere- corsaee.A Mrs. Tilley also played other sentimental ceremony pompoms were used against a The bride's
afternoon at 4 o'clock in her father wore an original wedding Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. M. F. traveling outfit was a.
mony. reception was held in th<' numbers during the even- background of greenery and palmsat navy blue silk sheath
the First Methodist Church unit- gown of white, bridal satin. Hazen, and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. dress with
The altar of the church was church educational building immediately ir-j. Mrs. Viola Suggs and Miss the altar of the church. Gradu- matching cummerbuno' and jacket.
The bodice featured sweetheart
a
decorated with Jean Moore presided at the Cry- ing in marriage Miss Barbara ated candelabra held burning
handsomely pedestal the
following wedding.! Her accessories were pink and her
neckline with_ cut-outs of rose-
Frances Lance, daughter of Mr. On
baskets of white gladioli and The hall wa. attractive with arrangements -i stal punch bowl.Approximately. Surprise Party white tapers to rovide soft light- corsage was a white orchid.
lace 1broidered with
point -e
and Mrs. M. W.: Lance of Starke. ,
giant mums against a backgroundof of: white gladioli and 50 guests called Of TwoA
and Jerome Jay Goertz, son, of tiny seed pearlsand iridescent se Birthday ing.William The bride is a 'graduate Qf Terry
palms and lighted tapers in mums against a' :background of during the party hours, eight to : M. Smith of Starke,
Long tapered sleeves en- Parker High School
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goertz of quins. in Jacksonville
brother of the bridegroom. washe..t
(branched candelabra. fern. The bride's table was nine-thirty o'clock.
ov'rlaid -, surprise birthday'party was
Hutchinson Kansas. The Rev. :hanced by tiny satin-covered buttons Ushers R. L. Smithof class of 1957. She has been
Miss' Joan Furlong. organist. with a white and blue cut- held Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Wel- man. were
ended in calla points at her employed with State Farm Mutual
H. O. Boyette pastor performedthe I brother of the
offered nuptial music before the work cloth and ,centered with a I.Officers Installed doUble ring ceremony. wrists. The voluminous skirt I don St. home of Rev. and Mrs. G.I bridegroom Jacksonville; Joe, Harley a of La wtey, I I,Insurance Co. for the past two
ceremony and accompanied :Mrs. beautiful three-tiered wedding r F. Prevatt Mrs. Louise I
honoring
ended in a Cathedral train and :"frs.
First WMU bride Floyd Futchof
Neil Crawford soloist. who miniature By Baptist The altar of the church was brother of the ;
cake with
sang"Always" topped a Raulerson and Mr. Prevatt.
also adorned with reembroidered -
was Mr. Smith is
and enhanced with pedestal baskets Lawtey, ana Frank W. DrydenJr. a 1954 graduate of
"Wedding Prayer. !bride and '
groom. Installation services for officersof lace sprinkled with tiny Co-hostesses with Mrs. Prevatt of Stark Bradfend
and a sunburst arrangement of High School and is employed
f Henry Lawson served his brother Tine punch table, with a cut-
the Women's Missionary Bunion pearls and iridescent sequins. The were Mrs. George Kopelousoa and Ihe ring bearer was Scott by E- I. :
:,.as best m'an. Ushers'ereI-, work cloth, 'was'ceptere'd with a I white gladioli, giant mums and duPont de NemoursCo.
of the First Baptist Church were Pinocchio chrysanthemums againsta train of her gown was enhancedby Mrs. Susie Clark. About 40 Blocker of Lake City, a cousin of in Lawtey.
ton Coleman and Jimmy Lawson. [crystal punch bowl surrounded ruffled bustle of satin which attended and attrac-
a guests many
conducted" by Rev. L. D. Haines I the bride.
of and seven- Out cf town
palms
The bride in (background guests at the wedding
given marriage with florets.
gladioli set off the fitted waistline of her tive and useful receiv-
I Wednesday evening of last week.A entwined gifts were Entering the church on the arm
her brother, ,Bill Cogdill, selectedfor Mrs.. Leola Roberts greeted : branched candelabra included Mr. and Mrs. Tom
i candle lighting theme was white I i i. gown. Adding to her lovely at- ved by the honorees. of her father who gave her in
her wedding a beautiful gownof i guests.at the'door and presented with greenery. Lighted j, M. Smith of Mount Dora; Mrs.
used when the. following officers the width of the tire were gifts from the bride- cnrriage, the bride wore a ballerina -
white bridal satin and net line : tapers. extending I George Deas. Mr. and Mrs. John
fash- i therp to the receiving composed -
were installed: president Mrs. J. 'groom a strand of imperial cultured Reddish length gown of tulle and
the Gregory
ed with a nylon jersey shirred of the bridal party and the altar, cast a soft glow over Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clarke
| A. Griffin; vice president Mrs. L. pearls, and a ring of two delIcately Chantilly lace in a rose design,
bodice and full hooped floor bridegroom's: parents. H. Outlaw; secretary, Mrs. Charles setting. Family pews were marked set pearls.' She wore as Has ,Birthday PartyMrs. 'over bridal satin. The molded Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Jones, Miss
; with large white satin bows I'I Nancy Jones Mr. and
Mrs. Dale
length skirt. She carried a white Mr?. R. P. McLendon cut the Darby; treasurer, Mrs. L. F. somthing blue, a lace and pearl princes bodice had aa portrait
Bible with carnation and and Mrs. Guy Dyal centered with white rosebuds. Dolph Reddish gave a Cogburn, Mr. and Mrs. R. '1',
topped a I bride's cake Dnikins. Also the following directors I garter. which her oldest niece, neckline of scalloped hand-clipped

white orchid corsage. Her only kept the bride's (book. Assisting! ; Y. W. A., Mrs. M. D. Elder; As the guests assembled Mrs. Mrs. Thomas R Gray, of Waycrosswore birthday party Thursday after Jacc. and the long sleeves tapered. Smith Miss Sandra Carmichael

ornament was a pearl necklace. Mrs. H. A. Law- L. J. Green organist. presenteda noon Oct. 1, for her son Gregory, Miss Clara Sue Peeples. Mr. and
in serving were G. A. Mrs. E. C. Smith; Sun- in her wedding. As some-, to points over the wrists- The
Her finger tip veil of sheetest illusion son, Mrs. J. P. Lawson, Mrs. Coy beams. Mrs. Robert McRae. General program of nuptial music and thing old, she carried an heir- who was four years old. bouffant skirt featured a French I Mrs. Dave Putney, Mr. and Mrs.I. .
Gilbert Newcomb, V. Wingate Walter Wingate.r.and
was attached to a tiara Stevenson. Mrs. Ewell Lawson. chairmen: Enlistment Mrs. accompanied loom rosepoint lace handkerchief.Her The party was held on the lawn apron effect of lace in front and .
"- and :( Mrs. Ernest Grose all
"Because" of
who ,
soloist.
trimmed with seed pearls and Miss Janice Chesser and Mrs. Jer- W. B. Mundy; program Mrs. L. sang" headpiece was a tiara of at their home on Broadway street I back. Her ballerina length veil of Jacksonville
Mrs.
; Martha Miley
lace.Miss ry Lawson. G. Powell; community missions, "Wedding Prayer. tiny seed pearls and sequins which where games were played and illusion was secured with a bandeau Miss ,
Elsiejean Chao Mrs. W. O.
Janet Johnson attendedthe After spending some time with Mrs. M. F. Hazen; mission study, Arthur Goertz, father of the featured pearl clamps in the shapeof prizes were awarded to Karen I encrusted with pearls. Her Webster of Jacksonville Beach

bride as maid of honor in a. their guests the young couple left' .lis. L. D. Haines; stewardship; bridegroom, attended as best man hearts. Attached to the head- Hutchins and Monica Jo Rowe. only jewelry was a single strand Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caton of Daytona -;

ovely gown of light blue taffeta on a wedding trip to South Flori-: Mrs. G. A. Anderson; prayer, Mrs.M. and the ushers were Ray Gold- piece was a three-tiered finger- The youngsters were given favors' of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd

with white cummerbund, sash, da. The bride chose for travel- F. Hazen; publicity, Mrs. J. E. wire of Starke, Willis Hassman, tip veil of imported illusion. She of balloons and candy and enjoyed -. her, nosegay bouquet was a large McLean of Green Cove Springs;

and sweetheart neckline. She car- ing a light blue linen chemise suit Hildebran; literature, Mrs. M. D. Hutchinson, Kan., Charles W. carried a bouquet of white Fngii the traditional birthday cake I.' white orchid surrounded by lilies Mrs. Effie Mae Green and Mrs.

ned a nosegay of red and white with white accessories. After Oct. Elder; social. Mrs. Garl Mathewsand Lance, St. Simon's Island, Ga., mums :with puffs of white nylon and ice cream. I'I'of the valley with white satin Ruth Barthalow of Middleburg;

carnations.The will be at home at Route Mrs. Jesse Newsome; chil- brother of the bride, and H. Mc- streamers.
10 they tulle centered with white orchids. :Mrs. Reddish was assisted by' lit. and Mrs. Nelson B. Blocker
Iren's home. Mrs. F. F. Flume Carter of Blackshear, Ga. Mrs. Edwin Padgett sister of
bride's sister Miss Hazel Box 151, Starke. ; Coy
2, Mrs. Lance chose for her daughters Miss Kate Strulh. and sons of Lake City; and Miss
Bradford Margaret' Fund and Training Miss Nickie CarsweU of Way- the bride, was matron of honor.
Cogdill, served as bridesmaid in I The bride attended wedding an original mist Marty Thomas of Gainesville.Woman's .
SchooL Mrs. Ada Alexander; com- Ga., niece of the bride, She a ballerina length dressof
a gown identical to that of the, High School and will be employedat cross, blue lace dress of sheath design, wore

honor attendant. She also carrieda I Tyus Convalescent Home after monion, Mrs. J. P. Dill and Mrs.A. served as maid of honor in a ballerina -: featuring cap sleeves and a scalloped Mrs. R. N. Carswell), sisters of sky blue organza over satin and Club To
See
nosegay of red and white car-, Oct. 12. R. Norman; sunshine, Mrs. Guy length 'gown of turquoiseblue neckline enhanced by pearls the bride, and Mrs. T. H. Slade, tulle. The bodice was accented

Sale; registrar. Mrs. T. B. Hard- lined with blue Tlth; cummerbund effect, and
rations. ." Mr. Lawson is a graduate of crystalelle and sequins. Her hat was of Sr. Also assisting in servingwere a Movie On HomesThe

Little Sara Dell Lawson the BHS and is employed with the ns; flowers, Mrs. E. F. Miles; chromspun taffeta. The cowl neck-, blue feathers and she wore a pur- Mrs. Lex Green and Misses her elbow length mitts and band-

bridegroom's sister, attired in a Florida Development Commission.Outoftown parliamentarian and pianist, Mrs. line came to a pointed V in the ple throated orchid corsage. Joyce Scholl, Judy Dankel and eau were of matching material.She American Home department

Mr. tl. A. Green. back and the waistline of the Pa 1Ik.I carried a nosegay of pink
Sylvia
baby blue organdy gown with velvet !- guests were Mrs. Goertz wore Royal blue with Mrs. D. L. Thomas

bows, served as flower girl. and MrS."Roy Holm and family of Circle chairmen Annie Armstrong bodi e featured a circular gathered crepe featuring a round neckline I, The bride's book table Held a I pompoms with pink satin streamers. chairman and Mrs. Joe Arnold,

She carried a basket of pink rose- Tampa Oren.Welch. of Dade City. Mrs. Wesley King; Brown- skirt with a fluffed rosette and long sleeves. Hen: hat and i white bridal love seat and imported co-chairman, will present a film

buds and. chrysanthemum pedalsto Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal of Green loe. Mrs..W. H. Lang; Ethel Biggs bustle ending in flared ripple accessories were of matching blue white cloth. The bride's book Bridesmaids were Misses Mary on "American Homes" at the

sprinkle along the center aisle. Cove Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Knight: Ida Darby. streamers at the hem. She wore and she wore a purple throated I was kept by Mrs. Thomas E. and Abbie Harley, sisters of the October meeting of the StarkeWoman.s
Tallahassee. Yr$." F. B. Beard; Lorena Epperson. matching mitts and satin shoes. oride. who wore light pink dresses
Mrs. Cogdill chose for'her Seldon Cogdill of orchid 'Gray, niece of the bride. Club. Wednesday afternoon -
Mrs.. W. H. Sheppard Helen corsage. identical to that of the honor at-
; matchingveil
The headpiece was a
at 3:30: o'clock at the clubhouse
Lance-Goertz CogdillWedding Masters Mrs. William Byrd; Lot- of' illusion net trimmed with Following tbewedding a reception I Distributing tiny rice bags of tendant.___ _u They_ carried nosegays of .
]
Lawson tie was held !iri the Starke Wom white tulle was Miss Wynn Cars- lavender and blue.
Moon Mrs. R. A. Green. Young seed pearls and rhin Stones. Her :
RehearsalParty RehearsalMr. Teople counselors are Sunbeams. only ornament was a sterling silver an's Club where baskets of white well niece of the bride. Shelley Smith, niece of the Hostesses for the afternoon will

: Mrs. M. G. McMillan Mrs. Gertie bracelet a gift of the bride. chrysanthemums and gladioli were After spending some time with bridegroom was flower girl wearing be Mrs. Eoline Smith, chairman,

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance were and Mrs. M. L/ Lawsnn en- McRae and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton; She carried a cascade bouquet of placed at points of interest. their guests, the young couple left a blue chiffon similar to that Mrs. Herbert Dayton Mrs. W.. J.

hosts at a delightful supper 'party tsrtained:: at Delightful rehearsal G. A.. Mrs. E. C. Smith Y. W. A., pale yellow Fugii mums and tulle. Standing before.the mantel in the on a wedding trip to Daytona of the honor attendant. She car- Ecperson, Mrs. Mack Futch. !trs.

Saturday evening in the Meth- ,party last Friday evening honoring Mrs. M. D. Elder, and Miss Virginia Miss Gloria Carswell of Way- lounge, flanked with a cascade arrangement Beach after which they will leave, ned a small nosegay of pink porn- Paul Raymond, Mrs. T. B. Hard

odist Fellowship Hall honoring their son David, and his fi- Raysor. Ga. and Miss Wanda Quinnof of white chrysanthemums for Hutchinson, Kansas to attenda (.InS. ing. Mrs. George Kaufmann Mrs.

their daughter Miss .Barbara ancee. Patricia Cogdill. at the cross Inverness, nieces of the bride, and gladioli and lighted reception given in their honor Mrs. Harley, mother of the Arthur McRa Mrs. F. J. Pelluxn,

Lance; and her fiance, Jay Goertz. Madison Street Baptist educational J uniorVomen Hear attended as bridesmaids. Their tapers, the receiving line was by the bridegroom's parents. They bride! wore a beige lace dress over Mrs- Edmond Tenly. Mrs. Gladys
of Mrs. J. DuPre and will and a ,Weldon, Mrs. Orie Wiggins Mrs.R. .
prior to their rehearsal.The building following their composed H. then make their home in Denver satin. Matching accessories
wedding lined
U-shaped dining table was wedding:: rehearsalThe Highway Safety Talk gowns with were apricot aprlcotcrystalette chromspun taffeta- Mrs. W. B. Parks, who introduced Cola. ovrple corsage completed her P. McLendon, Mrs. W. H. Non-

to the of the The man and Mrs. Rebecca Simp cn.
table guests parents bride wore for traveling a castume.:
overlaid with white linen cloths refreshment was covered and fashioned like that of the
end the linen cloth and Jack Slater gave an interesting bride Mr. and Mrs. Lance, and light grey wool suit with lovely After the ceremony a reception
center table held a cas- with a pink maid of honor. match-
talk on Safety On The Highwaysat They.'Ore the Mr. and held at the Starke Woman's Miss Alma Privett To
cade arrangement of white gladioli sprinkled; with white rose buds. A accessories and carried cas- bridegroom's parents, mink collar. A small hat of grey was
the Junior Woman's Club ing Mrs. Goertz and members of the Club where white pompoms and
and carnations. crystal punch bowl centered the wool also trimmed in mink. grey Wed Robert Norman
pompoms
Fugii
cade bouquets of
green
meeting Monday evening in the Also in the receiv- and white gladioli. against a background -
Bridal place cards with tulle and table and crystal compotes and with matching tulle wedding party. accessories an orchid corsage

lily of valley holders marked the trays held dainty cakes, sandwiches club house. mums ing line were Mrs. Gilbert New- completed her outfit of magnolia leaves were Mr. and Mrs., Melson Privett of

nuts and mints. Mrs. J. Delmas Warren presi- Little Barbara Richardson comb and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith. The bride is a senior at Charity used in decorating the auditorium.The I

seating arrangement. dent, presided over the meeting.Mrs. niece of the bride served as flower The bride's table was' covered Hospital School of Nursing. New mantel in the reception room Lawtey announce the engagement I
The 43 dinner included Enjoying the affair were mem- and approaching marriage of their
guests Richard B. Cauffman in floor of held of pink and
gave girl a length gown with an original grass work, Orleans La. Mr. Goertz is aUniversity an arrangement
members of the wedding party aws of the wedding party ana i i a report on the State Fall Board minuet blue crystalette lined with handmade cloth from white gladioli and pompoms with daughter Alma to Robert G. Norman -
"' imported of Kansas
and out-of-town the families of the honored cou- graduate son of Mr. and Mrs. Truman I
guests. meeting at Pensacola.
blue taffeta featuring a sweet- magnolia leaves. Burning pink
China.. It 'was centered with the and is a. self employed petroleum
Assisting in serving were Mrs. Flc.Mrs. Hostesses for the evening were heart neckline and puffed sleeves. three-tiered 'weddmg--take topped engineer.f capers in silver candelabra Norman, also of Lawtey.
Lawson assisted in
'Was
L. J. Richardson :Mrs. Gilbert Mrs. James Bloodworth chairman The full bouffant skirt featuredan balanced the .arrangement. Miss Privett is employed atKoch's
with clusters of bells and Out-of-town
wedding
serving by Mrs. C. W. CogdilLLittle guests were Mrs.
N'ewcomb, Mrs. Jack McComb. Mrs. Paul Hutchins; ,Mrs. Jame? empire waistline which terminated forgetmenots..Around the base Roscoe N. Misses The bride's table was covered DrugStore and Mr. Nor
Carswen. Nick-
and Mrs. Titus Olson of Starke, Chitty. Mrs. P. G. Felos. Mrs. William in a scalloped apron with a lace cloth over pink. The man is employed by the Starke
was a white tulle ruffle and carnations ie, Gloria and ,Wynn Carswell
Women Meet ;
Mrs. R. x carswell of VVaycross Byrd and Mrs. Don Patray. skirt. The ruffled crystalette on three-tiered wedding cake was in Telephone Co. ,
flanked by five-branched :Mrs. Thomas E. Gray and Miss
Mrs. B. R. Quinn of Inverness. and Next Monday. the skirt featured. roses made. ,pf candelabra decorated with puffsof Keena Renee Gray of Waycross; Kftite with silver leaves. and was The wedding will be an event

Mrs. Charles Lance"of" St Simons Hospital Auxiliary matching materials. She worea white tulle and burning tapers. H. McCoy Carter of Blackshear, topped with a miniature bride and of Oct. 16 at 8 o'clock in Ever

Island. The Little Women will meet To Meet MondayThe headpiece identical to that of Cutting the take :was Mrs. C. J. Ga; Mr. and :Mrs. Charles W.: grrpm.iuiie Green fern and white green Baptist Church Lawtey. A

Monday. Oct 1?. in the clubhouse. the maid of honor, and carried a Houpt; assisted by Mrs. L. J. Lance Sonny Lance and Ronnie with pompoms and P1tiiatin reception will immediately follow

BETA SIGMA PHIThe at 7:30 p.m. Hospital Auxiliary will meet white Italian straw basket trim- Richardson, sister of the bride. Lance of St Simons Island; Mrs. bows encircled the base' ; of at the home of the bridegroom's
the cake. Pink carried out
The program will be a Makeup med in white and blue. She The two tapers grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
punch tables over- R. R.
Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock were Quinn, Miss Wanda Quinn of and IlIte'S'parate :
the color theme of pink ,
Beta Demonstration' under the direction scattered yellow and white rose
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Sigma Phi Sorority the laid with Madeira cutwork cloths. Inverness Prevatt
in Episcopal Parish House. ; and Mr. and Mrs. Willie side of
will meet Monday evening at 8 of Dolores Hardy., Hostesses petals down the'aisle before the Around the base :of the cot :' tables on either, No invitations issued
There
will be an orientation : glasspunch Hassman and son. Terry and the held bowls set in are being
o clock at the for the will)) be Jean bride. room punch
evening Betty
home of Mrs. J. 0.0y program, and year books will be bowls were carnations and daughter Debbie, and Mr. and an'arrangement of fern and tuHe. but all friends and relatives of

co-hostess.with Mrs. Giniue Gamer as Schmilt Ginger Thornton I and distributed. All members are askedto Master Terry Hassman of Hut- fern. Presiding at the punch Mrs. Arthur Goertz of Hutchinson Mrs,. Martha Mfleyvn aunt of the couple are invited to attend.

Mary Katherine Wainwright. attend. chinson FJl.n'lU. nephew of the, bowls Mrs. B. R. and KAn__
were Quinn .
..... 1 iie: bride served the wedding cake
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Paran Church Plans tea and coffee. Court 1 Presbyterian Men
Terwillegar Gets i Appellate. Drops t
Girls Found
Services are as follows: Sunday Runaway THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Annual Reunion School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship Moonshine, ConvictionOf Elect President EST.: 187.
I
,Low Bid On Buses With, LocalJKan
11 a.m.; after lunch, a meet- I *
P ran Church at Grandin will ing of the Cemetery Association: HamptonMan: V. S. P. Hammond of Jacksonrille I FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY SEWS.PiPEB .
A 21-year-old Starke'man, Harold 'II
bold its annual Homecoming Sun was elected president of the'Suwannee
Traning Union, 6:30: p.m.; Eve- Six school buses will be Charges i ;J prBLI RED C01'TI' OILYoa.O
against Truby Slade Southern is free bond this
on
day, Oct. 11. A basket lunch will pur-I I Presbytery Men of the j
ning Worship, 7:30 pjn. s. chased, according to a of Hampton convicted and sentenced
week after arrest last
be served following Morning Wor- his Friday I Church for 1960 at the fall rally j VP L B THE SAVE MASTHEAD.
Former members, pastors and made Monday by the School I in U. S. District Court to two night when city policemen found .
ship. Church members will serve held Oct. 1 at Camp Montgomery'! r..".... EarL Th... ad E.tered .. trmi Clan Matlrtt
friends are invited by Rev. Robert Board using low bids received !years for transporting untaz paid thiee juvenile girls from Waldo in .''on Emerald Lake. the Pest or fir* a( ......... FU. ..... Act .f ..r. *. 197*.
F. Knight, pastor to attend. from Terwillegar Motors, on chassis whiskey, have been dismissed it his apartment. I j I .
I I Dr. B. F. Han of Wilmington.
and from Blue Bird on bodies. =as learned this week. Southern posted $500 bond on '
Former Resident Bids were not awarded because The 'decision of the DistrictCOI.u"t a charge of contributing to the 'INC. spoke before the rally which

I I I Ihty: must first be approved by was appealed by Slade to delinquency of a minor. I was attended by around 140 dele- when you needREIABLE

WHEN Honored By Donor I the State Committee on Trans- the Federal Court of Appeals on The three girls ages, 11, 13. and I gates from 19 counties in North-

To Baptist HomeDr. I po tation. the basis of the judge's charge to 14, were found by policemen John cast Florida.
Although bids were asked and the jury concerning a witness ny Barden and Billy Overstreet

and Mrs. M, Chandler Stithof received on 11 buses, three,54- who might have impeached himself after the Alachua County sheriff's I GAS SERVICE
I Pat five 'I Banks Close Oct. 12
60-seat. and three 66-
YOU Falls Church, Va. were one on the stand. The appellate department had put out a bulletin
couple among several recently I sat capacity, only three of the court reversed the lower court's on them. They were attempting to THINK OF
The SLADE GAS
smallest and three of the largest Community State Bank and
excision-' run from
honored by an anonymous donor I away home. :I
to the new Baptist Home in the ,!i.7A'Srill be bought because only :n deciding to dismiss the case, Deputy Dolph Reddish said aphysician's ,the Florida Bank at Starke will]

NEED District of Columbia. I$39.000 has. been allotted for the prosecution felt that it was useless : examination showed Ibe, closed Monday, Oct. 12, Colum-l TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

According to an article in a I,purchase.low : to try for another conviction Ij3t -the girls, had not been I jbrn i Day and Farmer's Day, a legal
bids were as follows for PHONE WO
molested. 4.3551
unless evidence
new were forthcoming -
recent issue of the I holiday in Florida.
"Capital Bap-
chassis and body: 54s $4344, Ford .
tist. the donor "
paid tribute to and Blue Bird; 60s.15.042.30. Ford
: Walter Conrad, convicted
on a
MONEY the recognized couples by giving I ian'l Wayne; and 66s, 5488.48 similar charge to that against
51.000 each to the Baptist Homein I- .
"Fcid and Blue Bird.A
j
I their ela.de, served nine months of atwoyear
honor. stage curtain for Anderson term.Driving Beautiful
I In paying: tribute to the work cafetorium was approved by the rman CONSOLETTE

SEE US of Dr. Stith, the article said: "Dr. l1:Bird on the Jew bid of $435 from License Total
Stith. the present dynamic Execu-'Hubert Mitchell Industries of

t've Secretary of the D. C. Bap-:Hartnelle. Ala. The price includes. Up From Last Year BIG 1960 FOR THE PRICE OF
tist Convention: former pastor delivery and installation.
Brookland Baptist Church whose' A resolution the sale of
on An even 200 more driver's licenses -
skill in coordinating Baptist activity -''school I property to H. C. Edwardswas I! were issued during September A TABLE MODEL TV !
in this area is here recognized -' also approved. The land. 35.6 by County Judge's office

: as the kind of exemplary. acres on which Heilbronn school :than were sold during the 'pre-

LOANSUP I leadership that is an inspiration stood. was sold for $66 per acre. deadline period last year. r Look Extra Zenith Features
-- Quality
,..
1 to our our Baptist constituencyin i motion fixing school millageat Operators led the list with 4.- ;

the District of Columbia. I' 8 for district current school 995; followed by restricted permits rth :
Dr. Stith is the son-in-law of fund and 2 for building and bus for 310 persons and chauf-
TO i Mrs. H. L. Brownlee of Starke. I reserve was passedThis; and the fer permits totaling 901. Total t : :. Sunshine Picture Tube Pull Push On & Off

i and was ordained in the First idiool trustee election will be included collections were $8,659.50, with i 8 .. Switch
'Baptist Church of Staike 33 with the special state election $1.552.50 in fees; retained by the I

years ago. He served as a supply on Nov. 3. County Judge'-, and the remainder[ f ;a te.r : Spotlite Dial
$600 pastor here at that time. to be paid to the state. 90-Day Free ServiceFringe
R
Sheriff Plans Step I Lock Circuit

City Gets $3,948.60In To Ease CrowdedJail Two Convictions End 1 I x

Cigarette Taxes SituationBradford .,I'I't Fall Court- Session I : :. Easy.out Picture Glass $10 Delivered

received The fall session of County'j
Starke $3,948.60 as its !
Sheriff P. D. Reddish I .fW.
Folks Find UsFriendly" collected' ,Judge's Court was concluded .
share of cigarette taxes
said this week he would go before
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distributed Thursday with, two convictions. ONLY
during August and he next meeting of the Board of .. -. $229.9SE
this month. Jessie Randolph, Jr., alias John- I
County Commissioners: and ask _
Green found of w' EXTRA
ny was guilty
During the same period Lawtey as-I
them to pass a resolution author-
got $422.37, Brooker 15839. izing the county attorney to workout saalt end battery, and was
LOCAL FINANCE I
I' t ced to serve 90 days in jail. He
Hampton $111.15 and Keystone details for sending some county -
I was given credit'for the time ser- WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Heights $925.78. prisoners to the Marion County I
ved since his arrest Sept, 16. Model D-2315
COMPANY State Beverage Director L. Road Camp. I I Alton Mosley was sentenced toa ..
Reddish said he will take this Starke, Fb. Phone TVO 4-4081
said total collections
Grant Peeples fine of $150 or 60 days tn jail on I
action to relieve crowded condi- WITH SOUND OUT FRONT!
116 N. Walnut Street for the month were $2,421- I conviction of driving while in-I
tions that frequently occur at the
I toxicated. His driving license was .
((2 Doors From Post Office) 403.08. Of this amount, 748591. jail. He said If some stopgapI I --
apended for three montrys. ....
PHONES 68 went into the state general rev measure Is not taken, it will be --

fund and the remaining $1- necessary: to build an addition,
WO 4.0101 and WO 4.0111 enue Announcing!
probably a juvenile shelter to the
672.901.40 was distributed among
Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mgr. exiting jail.
the state's municipalities. The jail is designed to hold 21

prisoners, but has been at times !
WONDERFUL
A -NEWWORLDiOE
forced to serve for 30. On Wednesday -
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of this week there were

19 prisoners in custody. -
,
'last'eek there were 25 prisoners of

LITTLE BILL SAYS: on hand,'but the'sheriff re- .

_. quested Circuit Judge O- L. fatten
to dispose of several'cases ltd help roRDS FOR 1960 / FINEST FORDS

"Pay Your Last Year's ease the situation. / A LIFETIME

.
Masonic +: .,, a This new Ford Galaxie.tile all the
Meeting I
Fuel Oil Bill"NO ;r new,beautifully proportioned 10
Becomes WeddingAnniversary Fords, is styled from a new view.fH .
>ipU Traditional automotive elegance
FeteA ,' ;; combines with modern design
in the stvle of a new decade!
dlsttict meeting of Masonic t
DELIVERIES MADE UNTIL :.r1
Ledges of the Eighth Distriet,

held here last Saturday, turned

DELINQUENT ACCOUNTSARE into a wedding anniversary cele-

Tjration. as well as an official visit
h
for C. Rodman Porter of Apalachicola -

PAID Most Worshipful Crud

Master of Masons in Florida. : ..,. T ;

}.Ir, Porter was accompanied

by his wife and, since the _dale e i .

coincided with their 33rd wedding ___ ,7
Bradford Fuel Oil Dealers I Anniversary, the eight lodges bl J f \ ': f Jy

the district presented them withan : Lp

engraved silver tray. A large .
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ASSOCIATION wedding cake was also presented 'h ---N":1._..;:....., ....;.' : --

by Carl Hurst. Worshipful Master -

Gulf Phillips Shell Sinclair of the Starke lodge.
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District Deputy Zedra Hamilton In 1960, for the first time in history,

of Pine Hill Lodge, Brooker, was your Ford Dealer presents not one, not two,
Standard ...
-- in charge of arrangements for th ibut tkne late lines of Ford cars -I, _
meeting which began at 6:30:: pm **
I Now TOO can see them-the Finest Fords of a Ford saving*, however, only begin wits iprice. tow
-and included dinner at 7. 1. The 1960 Fords The Finest Fords of '
a
I Lifetime! Economy-minded fairlanes. Big-value .You save still more with engines that thrive

Lifetime, beautiful from any Point of View, Fairbne 500's. Elegant Galaxies.A breath-taking on regular gas and sage up to a dollar on every
Sunliner convertible and brand hardtop tankful Full Flow oil filter that lets
new a -new a you
more trom Point Valut!
fworth every of model, the flashing Surliner. Then there'sa go 4,000 miles between oil changes..Diamond

SHEPHERD'S DOES IT AGAIN! 2. The 1960) Falcon-The New-size Ford, whole new world of.Su.tioo. Wagon Living, Lustre Finish that never needs waxing...aiumin
too. It an adds up to 15 glittering variations of nized mufflers that normally last twice as long
the world's most experienced new car and the world's newest most elegant styling theme! as conventional types new, safer, Truck-Siw

.12 the easiest car in the world to own! And Ford sets the new trend in power. Ford's brakes that are the biggest ever in Ford's history
Thunderbird 29- V-8 and 352 V-8, like the famous ... and new soft-tread Tyrex coed tires that rua

1 BIG 21-INCH ;. The 1960* Thunderbird Mileage Maker Six, bring a new world of quieter, last longer. }

Th World's Most Wanted Car! smoother, hotter performance regular gas. In every way these are the Finest Fords: of JOMLifetime
l lI To top it all the Finest Fords of a Lifetime are See them at your lord Dealer'atq /

,,,," .. priced for saving Ford is still priced to outvalue .
RCA VICTORTELEVISION all comparable model of iLl major competitor fORD DIVISION, I"J -. .
I the New-Size Ford -' '
Introducing e,, ",' : 7-ra


H..f the 1960 Ford r'akoTi. 7 \ .:r4 rAL0041 ,

l FORDOft SXOA1
Meet the New-sire Ford-the Falcon! Here's at car with I age world's BKNC V
iwU plenty of room for six big adults and all their l linkage. Iff experienced acv enii
3' ,1 i Model 210TUC sized to handle and park like "small" car... powered to ,, ''' the easiest car
1
; pass and climb like a "big" car...and built like no oilier fa be world to

iFIJ car For savings
... I :

It guts you up to 30 miles per gallon on regular gas. _.
Ft Now Only Aluminized mufflers normally last twice as long as ordinary

kind A FultFlow oil falter lets you go 4,000 miles between -
oil changes. Even insurance can cost yon less! And

this Falcon is the world's most experienced new car It was 3
.95 driven over every mile of numbered Federal Highway in :
Victor Farrell Deluxe.Table .
RCA
.. :, EXPERIENCE RUN U.S.A.-a grueling demonstration r l
with front controls and w
TV
Climaxing Ford's 3 of development and testing. a-. '
I years "
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speaker that can be built! in"OnaSet"electronic !l"4f""
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Firm tuning. 262 sq. in. t The Falcon has the features that American car buyers ___
picture.Transformer-powered Deluxe tpcL In gearshift k on die steering column-not on the \ SffTOTC1tN "'o;' h.....aoMr> <

chassis. Phono-ja \, tone control and tw.lts engine a located tip front for greater stability isdtfety. > -\f fef] M K-TV. iii'/ 1

automatic gain control., Balanced .Best new of ails fh .Falcon's low, low price. See it _r_.

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I THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1959 BRADFORD,COUNTY TELEGRAPH.'STARKE. FLORIDA P.nn 1

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Commission Has 5,129 -RegisteredFor Surprise PartyOn Volleyball LeagueOpens Green Jr, L. L. Dyal, X. G. Rapes rates shall be rWeemed accordingto tiny In month November.. 1>5;?. \H'\L1
and Clyde Cone Inspwtors. lau the property described in which i+ the 2 day ofurember; Charles' A. Darby,
1 i Special ElectionWith 79th Birthday Season By order of the Board of County such certificate or certificates will U..1. Cierk of r n.i ,'.>u.l ,;f Frsdford I
TonightRecreation
Successful Sale Comm.'ioncrs of ETtadford County b o> sold to the highest bidder at the I.ted this 2? day of pptt'mbpr.Ili Couasy. Flvrida. .
; blond, this October 5, A. D. 19!53. court house door on the first 1lt>l1- !3. lOl 4T 10. ::
a special election comingup Director"Bob Benner OFFICIAL SEAL

Of 'Shine Cars on Tuesday Nov. 3, Bradford announcedthis that .J[ n's Clerk Charles Circuit A. Darby Court i -

County had 5,129 registered voters {'r ..YSst Volleyball League play will begin 1t
1 e the close of the registration r at 7 All
The Board of County Commissioners at tonight (Thursday) pjn. !\OTICJ OF ivrevriox
I last week. National TO 11F:(" TF.H FICTITlOt .
period games will be played in the X \" :
,, had one of its best sales I!I zs Notice Is hereby given that the
White Democrats led in strength Guard Armory with first undersigned, under ihr proxisinns
i in recent years on confiscated ; _. ti at 7 o'clock and '.f Chapter %0,9:>1. Laws
I I' accounting for 4,364 of the games beginning of Florida,

'moonshine equipment at the jail total. Negro Democrats total second matches starting at 8 each Act Clerk of of 1S41.the will Circuit register Court with In and the FINAL

yard Monday. I I 714. Thursday. i tor Pradford County. Florida upon

i if f Clerk Charles Darby said five I I Republican registration in the < .r .. I Teams entered and the schedule I. this receipt notice of ,proof the fictitious of publication name of of,
r for the first two weeks of play Dial Ad Service P. O. Box 653.
automobiles sold for $470. two 11
totals 38 white, and &
county "
tacks
# ** Florida tinder which, I am
water pumps brought $120 and 11 I I Negro. are: I. engaged in business.'!
Oct. 9, Starke Cabinet vs. Hilbert S. Gold
gas cylinders brought $115.50. Shop wire 1251 Johns
.
Independent registration has r Y State Starke Drive Starke. Florida, sole owner.
Purchasers of the ':ars were: just about reached the vanishing Prison Employees; Dated this Jilt day of October
jK. Jaycees vs. State Maintenance, A. D. 1S5S! at Starke. Bradford Coun-
E. N. Estes. 1950 Oldsmobile point, with only two registrations ty. Florida. l NOTICE !
Shop
.a ; I
for $80 and 1951 Plymouth cne white and one Negro. Oct. 15, Starke Cabinet= Shop. 101 4t 1022NOTICE

coupe for $150; The special election on Nov. 3 k. I
1 I.I r vs. State Maintenance Shop; State APPLICITIO FOR

W- C. Rhoden. 1949 Mercury I its I to accept or reject a constitutional .t a w 4r !s F Prison Employees vs. Starke Jay TAX. DEF.DSee. .
19-UC. F. 3
fcr $100; I I amendment providing for s ,. mnc cees.Touch. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
?.. R. Starling Jr.. 1948 Chew ; ': ;r.t Ren Snsiow. the holder of the fol-
reapportionment of the Florida > lowiny certificates hall filed said
icUt; for $55; Football I I certificates for .
Teams] a tax deed to be Isjsa SEALED BIDS
House of Representatives and .
Bobby Lee Hunter 1949 Olds- t ; d thereon. The certificate num-
' Senate.ALVAREZ' Organized For Kids bets and years of issuance, the description ,
riobilefor $85. A surprise party was held Friday of the property, and the
night Sept. 11, in the Com- name In which it was'! a Men's Clothing Touch football with four teams follows: I
u II nunity House at Theressa honor-. Certificate Xo. :I.. Year of 1s-I
STORE I of boys from grades five and six, suance 1951.Description. ON HOUSES AT 211 N. WALNUT STREET
I!" Established 1894 II I IH Ir ing Leonard Garfield Johns on |
and four teams of girl cheerleaders of Property I.ots 5,1
his 79th birthday anniversary.Mr. 22 o f Elk 1 Gahagan SD, 1:5.: .(". 21
... Johns was born in Hampton from the same grades have T. S S. R. 22 E.

and has spent most of his I been organized, Recreation Direc- Keed.lame, inhkh. assessed T. C. 215 N. WALNUT. STREET, AND 135 W.
ton Bob Benner announced this *
Lie in Bradford County. Pictured All 'of said property beinjf-in the
above! with him is MrsEllen Saxon week. County of Bradford, State of F1..ri-
LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS : The I.b.lTnl JEFFERSON STREET MUST BE IN OUR
his elder sister, who residesin boys win meet Wednesdayand !18 such certificate or certificates -
Hampton. Fridays at 3:30 pm. and Saturdays shall be redem aN"f'rdinl'
to law ''
the property described! in'
Helping Mr. Johns celebrate at'9 and 10 a.m. at Pratt such certificate or certificates will l HANDS BY
NOW SERVING STARKECooking the occasion were his four chil- Street playground toeglnning Sat- be fold to the highest bidder at the I

dren and their respective families: I urday, Oct. 10. Thirty-six boys dav court in house month door of on November.the first Mon-1959:, ,

Thornton Johns of StarkeL.; are included. which Is the 2 day of November, '

and Heating 7.50 per Tank Johns, Hampton; Mrs. G'I The girls will meet at BHS athletic u!Dated>!t. this 23 day of September, NOON SATURDAY OCT. 10. 1959

May, Gainesville; and Mrs. I : field on Wednesday at 3:15 1959.
(SEAL) ,
wayne: Wooton. Alachua. Mr. I I p m.. and form four
teams. Each
Charles
8.00 Tank A. Darby
Cooking Only -
per .Johns also; has 15 grandchildren Clerk
team will lead cheers for one of 'of Circuit Court of Hradford
and three great grandchildren. County, Florida.
the
boys' teams. High school 10/1 4T JO/%!
PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6.4351 Mr. Johns received many useful cheerleaders will instruct the 41 -
gifts from his friends.
younger girls who have enrolled. NOTICE OF. APPLICtTIO FOR
Refreshments of punch and TAX DEEDSec. .
Joe Shaw 19,1.18. F. S.
cake were served. CAM FOR BIOS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Scaled
bids will be received by Ben Suslow, the holder of the following
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tht Board of
: Bond
Trustees, of the
City of Starke Florida, certificates has filed said FLORIDAB 1
Legion MembershipDrive at the
I City Clerk's'! office in Starke. Florida Certificates tor a tax deed to be Issued
until .:00 o'clock thereon. The certificate numbers -
Reaches p. m. on and years of issuance, the description ,
>loraJ ,}, the nth day of October.
19..9 at of the property and the I -,-- --- -
Hey Kiddies ATTENTION 100 ,Per Cent bid re"t'ived11I which: time be and publicly place open all names in -which it was assessed are I :
as follows: 'N AT
rd and read aloud on the following! : Certificate B; K STARKEONE :
will Twelve months supply fuel oil.IIpprf.xlmatfoly NV 1. Tear of Issuance -) __ ,
(THIS IS LAST MORNING SHOW WE WILL HAVE) American Legion Post 56 ) 19i 2.Description.
S50.000
to $00,000)
celebrate its attainment of TOO of property X% of
gallons!; No. 2 Diesel
GET YOUR TICKETS FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING at to specifications fuel of oil American to conform E?; S of River & SE'4 of SWU OF 28 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
cent membership for 1960 S
J of
her Petroleum Institute. Fuel River. Sec. :25! T 5 S. H. 20 1-;.
oil must
\ a free fried chicken supper to be not have higher sulfur Content than Name In which assessed H. T. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
MERCHANTS AND SEE A I Parker.All ..
held on the Legion grounds Tues 8 per cent by weight. The cetane of said property being in the
number must he a minimum of 45.;
day, Oct. 13, at 6:30 pan. ;All Thr said Hoard of Pond Trusteesrecurves I County of Bradford State of Flori-
ida.
FREE/ SHOW
Legionnaires and Veterans are the right to -acceptor re.Jf'.t Tnless such I
certificate or certifi
day or all bids.Beard I
.invited to attend. o'f Bond Trustees of n____ ___
Post Commander Seeber 'D. City of Starke. FloridaBy .
: Carl John, City Clerk
BORDER OUTLAWS Goodman announced this week
:it! IIHOT1CB ;
that'the post had secured 275 '

AT THE members, and will receive many In The rwumlj-\ ...dC"'* ('..rt IB.tnd ,

honors from the State and Na- For Bradford CuVntr. Florida.la "" .. ..., .
I Ket .:..tat" of Herman W. Clrnr Jr' :. : .Ji;;)a.ii y e'i?,,.vv k e3'Y. ,.{'!a X" ,, 'b"p.p@5'Cy'a. '1j G :S v y', i,'w.4Xgp ,r yt;v '4A a sr.' r t ,.i ,
tioml Legion organization for
FLORIDA THEATREEACH (.' FJcceanf d..toiler ,. .,.. :
, this achievement. : Of FIIInK Petition For FinalUlmharge II I t

Highlight: of the celebration Notice\ is. nereoy Of KieratrH given that I ." + : ,, .: .'
will be an official visit from hare filed final I ;9 ,9 e 'xE, tefa'e. yT : S' "f% '.' e ''6! t {rtiFv.,q'w'.ty:5. 1r 1
party returns
ex-
SATURDAY 1030AM. my as M a : 8.',a.b'S i e e3M awr+b..Yg x ti '
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nutrTx of the Kvtate[ H rman W.
Com-I
rite Department State) .
Clement, deceased, that I hate filed wJ p h '6'
Simmons Korh Drugs Cranfurd Bros. Gulf Service Rh'aY
M f P Y : A"'r I y r
mander of the American Legion,I! my pttition for distribution and for. f Qw. Qi ;
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final discharge and that on November
Lawrence Hoffman of Miami
Ace Electric 'Service Williams Jewelers 2, 1959. I will apply to the Hon-. + d+ak '
Beach. Commander Hoffman .will wr Rfi .
;rable Theron A. Yawn 'County
TerwfHegar Motors Barksdale's Dept. Store arrive Tuesday afternoon and will Judge of Bradford County Florida,I ,.,,r 4 an x%
i for approval uf said final returns
remain over night In order to ad-
and for an order of distrubion add
J J
A Building Supplies Local Finance Co. of Starke I
dress the Rotary Club on Wed.i for inal discharge as Executrix of
.I the will of Herman. nement. de-
. Denmark Furniture Co. Slade Gas CompanyWAYNE'S nesday. ,t cea5ed.Mober. I
At a short -meeting ''to ''be held ( 1, 1559.!:; I
I
;' Doris Carlton
after the supper, the membership Executrix.

will hear an address by Commander 18 4t 10'29OTII'E A cta.f ,a t Y r .

Hoffman and reports,will !
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Notice Is 'hereby that thefollowing be given on the various working. given g'.1r vA. >
.rY
Clerks and Inspectorshav !
CASHSUPERETTE committees of the local Legion '
I : been appointed for the Special Y
Election:: to be held Tuesday, November ,
f
post.Post 3, A. D. 1949, in the Various precincts Y C n '
Commander Goodman'
'! of Bradford County, Florida: .
urges all veterans and Legion- Precinct X.. 1 Lawley 'BPS fFb.'y K
Arthur C. Pearce, Clerk: Jewell
mires to attend this
important
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T. RnMnrts. Gladys U. Carter EthelD. R '
meeting. lUddish! and Mary B. Moore,Inj ''
spittors.Prefl.
*t'!V..': =S. ", Starfcr
671 MADISON STREET Services Held MondayAt Charles Hardy, Clerk; IV. C. Rho- h' a } 'N: r 9.
dcn. Mattle M. Morgan Doris K.Nornjan ,..
I Jim Otiastcen. J-Uanita M. .f
Lake For
i: Crosby Hardy Mary Ella Watterson and
I Invites'you to ,visit this completely Candis HlTon, "Inspectors.Prerlnrrt .
Mrs. Duna L.
FuquayMrs. No.: 3 Sooth MarkrU
M. Gained. Clerk; Ed. TV Cool-

: remodeled store -- Offering for Dana Lewis Fuquay, 34 tertb Hartiy! Lillian Blanche"-.Vaughn ISshop and, Jo Ruth Ella

of Starke, died in a Jacksonville B. Broadway, Inspectors.'!

your convenience a complete line hospital Saturday, Oct. 3, after ', Clarence Prrrlarto.. Frazier. 4 -, Graham Clerk; John

a brief illness. She was born at .\. J, McKinney. Pearlie Starling and

of Fancy Groceries, Western andNative Blakely, Ga., Dec. 14, 1945. }'_rl Thomas*..Inspectors.Prertxt 5 Ha....toa i '' M% h,0 ;!. Sr,byw v"'" Sr/n"0'.w.; a', "yvm. !' :rk

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Surviving are her husband, m :lam Maxwell, Clerk; G. P. n ta

Meats John Fuquay, Starke; her father, I Vladsworth A. Marcionny Patsy and E. DennMon.Minnie lets V.Johnson. .. Jy, x as .'f'F P'

Robert L. Lewis. Columbus Ga.; I 'Inspectors.Prerlnrt .
WE two Ann and :\.. 6 TfcerrwuiC
GIVE FAMILY STAMPSOpen daughters Shirley 4C
i lyde Hersey. Clerk. ; Wm. H. Hall.Mai .
I Ruby Faye Fuquay and four sons tie ibley, Jean B. Darby and
John D., James L., Charles ':if., I'Mildred! Lucille Prinson, Tnspectors.PrerUrt 1' ,
>.. 7 New HirerKevldish !
and Robert E. Fuquay. all of '. K. Andrews, Clerk; Winnie s > >f
7 Until ( n;: V
DAYS A WEEK Starke; four sisters 'Mrs. Judy ,I M. Andrew Dorothy L. Anders.m -. I !

.... Rutledge Tampa; Mrs. Hene Mae j I tad )1ary.D.'S.'H. Brown.- Broker Inspectors.Preelnet ,t & tt

OPEN OPEN con. Columbus, Ga.; Mrs. Beatrice 7-edra Hamnton. Clerk;_A. L. ; a eryr' .

90'OPM Philman. Chattahoochee; dud Mrs.
7:00 AJII. 7:00 AM.' Gladys Harrison Watrchula. /

Services were held at 11 a.m. PARK f ,

PERFECTION Monday in the DeWitt 'C. Jones )
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FLArSUN4 .
S TARKE- .t
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: Chapel with Rev. .Lacy Conway

cnd Rev_ A. E. officiate I
Massey
carton only
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BEER 89c I If should need
ing.. ,Burial was in Crosby Lake aloNTUES. r you a new battery

Cemetery. Oct 11, 12,13. replace it with a \
AZALEA 'I 'Active pall bearers were Junior L' a. .h Fi. iff.. it ,l
ALL MEAT : QUALITY GULF BATTERY.
i Prevatt D. E.i Boatwright, Edward PROUD REB'ELDean
11
FRANKS package 29cI Lee Massey, L. P. Rafuse, Jaeger, David Ladd :. POWER CREST. Gulfs finest i
I W. P. Kemp and Johnny Barden. t
I I : Doctor fAt'tt'i, Sea passenger car battery; for extra; \

n.CUBED BONELESS : Future Farmers ..HoldYear's Ftns OrtoOft No strings attached. ,It's your Gulf dealer's long life.-. ,

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ROUND STEAKIb\ 59c : First MeetThe way of helping you.. POWER PAR, .an economy bat. i
Thur. ,14 15
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i r Wed., Oct.\ tery for dependable performance '
Starke FFA Chapter .held I t*r4 ; > di ,1 Last winter than 13 million cars needed
; i'S1iAudie more under all conditions.
AZALEA : Half Cast .Ar.LOn -
HICKORY. 6'to:'' 8 Ibs-;Side, or Whole its.first. meeting of the school

lb I ,with 'the II Hnrpbj, Terry Moore emergency cervice._ Don't let it happen to \
SMOKED BACON 29C I I year Sept.9 following v. in both -oolt and 12-voli sizes; in" ..
i I officers present: President Wayne. .yl.g< J ,I... tKiiiga.co >r you this winter. stalled in car still fadory-
ForthFrank ,your
Parrish. Vice President Henry r

) FANCY* LONG GRAIN HarreD,. Secretary Jerome Grif- Steam,, Ts ay' Curtis, Your Gulf dealer will be glad to test your bate fresh.
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: RICE 2' 1-4 lb Cello 39 fin: .. Treasurer Richard .Cain,",Re? NteUeWoo4' tery-recharge it free if it needs recharging. = /
Pta Cartoon
I porter: Buddy Jones cud Sentinel,
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FANCY CALIFORNIA ''!Danny Phillips. ', Fri, Sat.--'bct.'16, 17

The chapter, heard,.reports from -

; FRESH TOMATOES lb 12V2C members who attended ,th* state PARIS .HOillD'AYBob ... .. >

convention and the .FFA forestry 'Hspe, "FertMidel, Anita See, your nearest a "dealer listed below .t

PURE lbs for I camp. Ekber. ,
LARD 3 39C I Most of the members tiecl$red 'S r f .f I

I t their intentions to.enter settles Stoms,of:Iwolima; ,- Failner's GUlfServ. Ta mer's Gulf Servo \West Side Gulf Serv
John
No More Neld to Worry About.Running> Oat of Some in the uptoming'County 1:air. T ay e-J/hAg r,:Adde .
Mara -Forvnt' Tucker
thing at Night or on Sunday YouCan Get 1t 'Bere! The chapter initialed "16 new Plus 2 Color Cartoons, 2 263 N. Temple Ph. WO 4-6001 666 N. Temple Ph. WO 4.2321 750 'ti'. Madison( Ph. WO13195 .

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! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1933
BRADFORD COUNT t..EGBAP STARKE FLORID _ _
l'AGE.SIX --- _. _._ --
DRIVE-IX FOOTBALL plus regrut r admission for its oc

.. enters Don Champion and Frank Smith Leads 35-0 WinTornado Deputy Returns Man cupants.

County Board Lee on the forest-farm and fire From Indiana To Bus football coach Lennard I

control programs; 1:Register said this week fans would;

Gave the Elks Club $300 to pay I Face Local Charges 1 1If:)Ie allowed to drive their cars I THE RIGHT i-otNY for tbtJ

In Hot Water foi out-of-state advertising of the Winds Reduce fiiousli th n"r'h gate at Brad-
write. Come In .
way you and
A wanted Bradford v.mffl
man
Strawberry Bowl football game; iq | ( .d F.eld and Patk near the field I

Approved purchase:: of a fire I County on charpps of removing i !",'r the Pala'k:, ;same. if it is not lect your fa>nrite tSTERBROOK
[Continued From Page One! !property under lien and passing j jB mum_ I
truck for Brooker from the Florida :
worthless check has been returned Fountain rm. TEf.EGn..n.
P. K. Blue To (
the Ford bid anyway "because. :!: Development Commission Wave Ripple here from Kokomo. Ind. bY i i' Php riar' % hr $1 per car
that Dodge we are trading in is through the Civil Defense program -

the had."sorriest damn truck we ever I Paid; outstanding bills; The Tornadoes of Bradford I Tombo Smith sparkled again as I' Deputy Hamilton Jimmy made: Hamilton.the trip last Sell It Rent It Trade It

weekend to pick Lawrence
commissioners reduced the Blue Wave of'' he picked up a 30-yard gain downto up
Mrs. Jessie Chastain. contract with the High BACK OF THE WEEK
I Approved
Octeen. Osteen is in the county
the P. K. 14. .
from the Hampton district, P. K. Yonge to a helpless ripple-
Gainesville City Library thati Halfback jail under bonds totaling $1.650. PI.ASSIFIH.! t)1PtAT ___ ____ '1.5 frr .
examined scratches in the tabe! Friday night, and blew. on to a, Tombo Smith thi 210t The Half _, h u tm. fIv.' ... .n.a ...
i qualifies the county for federal bad *> PUt: 1'\(11 J.-QK !""F; AO REPtaTEO
and said nothing. i: 35-0 win. I week became the second Tor- Four plays later Johnny Devore lie is charged with passing a O'\F. OR MORE TUIF:,
library aid funds; check for $40 at B and G Truck
Chairman Harold Norman said BHS scored the first time it nado player to be named by carriCa over from the five. and I CARD OF THAMC T. M Word) _
he was really embarrassed by the I Voted to ask the Georgia South- had possession of the ball and P.I the Gainesville Son as an area Marion Cottle went for the extra ,stop. and removing a 1954 GMC _OVERSO wonn" 4 oat' -u P... w V. AM
& Florida Railroad to lower pickup which\ was under lien to
s'tuation and that he woud never I iern its pipe culvert at Sampson City K. was never in the ball game after -\ "plajer of the week. when he point. The Tornadoes sported a Joe Nocgel, local used car dealer. ". "ORI u. .'''D RF."OI.rTI" _______. .. 4 *>.!. rv ... .......
I that Wave halfbackCharles was picked for his performance 21-0 lead with three minutes left
listen although
to rumors again. ,
to the same elevation as a State > WORTH OR '.F. ". o.. it'..r''.. 'mi.t._mcuri nil.....
Commissioner H. A. Bishop, Jr. Layfield treated the fans against P. K. Yonge. in the second half. n _

was not present.The Road Department box culvert; I to a fancy exhibition of broken Smith gained 153 yards from They came right back after the I Collectors ReportOn rrn 'hhITIO", 4,. WORD ':: :e _ Pv _...

Board took no more action I Tabled two bids on removal and field running. scrimmage and scored a 46- break and scored on a 65-yard; !| License Sales

Terwillegar puffed his cigar reinstallation of sidewalk awnings Layfield gained 103 yards in 151 yard TD in eight carries according march with the. second half kick- ::IO% DISCOUNT O*: REPEAT rVSEHTIOXS' AX42S .1,1
ADniTIOVtL
FfW BLI\n ADS OR ADS
SOT .
and went back to work the I along U. S. 301 in Lawtey until carries, and returned two kickoffs to the Sun story. off. Big.Earn Gardner got his County Tax Collector J. R. Kelly PAlO IW 'DV" ""

Hardys went downstairs to find further discussion with the Stale for 40 yards, but he had to, BHS end Tom Clark was reward for his faking act in the reported this week that 108 occupational -
;I Road Department; named "lineman of the week" Tanner fed him the and 25 beer licenses WE HAVE a n-w loan program for KAPURIE.VCKDP.lntr: and dr,
half
some cool air. take a second seat to Tornado first as farmers. Loans erf I toe.n j wall work by hotir or by the Jo?..
In other action, the Board: I Raised the salary of County halfback Tombo Smith in the running for hN play against Macclenny ball on seVen of the last eight 'iad been issued by his office prior for the entire credit require-1 Contact Jack Hoosrr ai J & J
ments of th
farmer and hi fam
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Heard a report from Public Service Officer A. L. Crosby: Jr. I department. Smith scored In the opening game of the sea lays. Sam was evidently tired,ii i i' :U> the Oct. 1 deadline for renewal. ily. Gainesville! Production Credit'Association. work.Pniider for inform iivn Guaranteed

Health Officer Dr. A. Y. Coving.I from, $2,200 to $3,000 annually; I the first TD on a 46 yard burst I son. but> happy when he finally divedj'i Tl'e county will retain one hall 9Tille,. Fla.2O Korth Vain.Raln tfch. !

ton on the state of the indigentcare Selected clerks and poll inspectors in the first quarter and went ono across from the one for a ($ 88.75)) of the $577.50 collectedfo FOR RENT OR SALE -a b rmun

program; for the Nov. 3 election. rack up -141 yards in eight; I Gardner. On' numerous occasions The slaughter continued after!i the occupational licenses. RADIOS Make. -REPAIREDAll All ..**.! St.unt'irnished Rent nallOna house b.1e.at. 280 Floyd! ;\; rnrrrv<.;re<-n.

carries for a nice average of 11.61 Gardner was piled up by four and P. K. returned to the BHS 35 before The remainder of the money Ua_Bakle Ckara-e. par..eM phone 1VO 9-29:. tfch,
to
Accepted subject the countyattorneys .
His total included while Smith De : having its drive stalled. wU be paid to the state MJFPHKRIrs RADIO TV
yards carry. five tacklers or
approval, a change in YOU'LL LOVE tt.e new Ester ; per and Ii I At the same time City Tax Collator I..... Grrtm, Owaer I FOR RENT: Three nnfurnighrd
downs
procedure for the tax to dashes of 30, 19, and 14 vore were skipping for ;sizeable BHS took over on liZ i;. fall "f. Pkoae WO 4-SWU apartments. 1-7 room. lrrn'm ana
assessor brook .iIz. fountain In Carl Johns said his office
pun pens ards. on .off-tackle slants. two plays later Marion Cottle i Starke, Fla.COLO'I.tL : ro-im. Utilities furnished! ,'..nlra''
draw his commissicn; pastel shades. Only $S.:;S m Brad 3 gains 'had sold 146 occupational and 26 ly ioiabcd. Reasonable. I'hune W r>
Heard reports from State For ford Countr er a
team and perhaps in Florida high one of its best drives of the night run with the aid of a beautiful I K. T D. Florist in Starke. call at !13 S Cherry M tfchg

school football, ia owned by MarIon and moved to the BHS six-yard block by end Tom Clark. De collection 892.50. This fees amount will ,go plus into$43 thetily's in for Flowers all wired ocramnnv any! 1<>place.('al1y. Flowers Phone |i ROOMS. CARPORT. BATH R.m4.ling. .

Cottle. Cottle sprinted for a line before losing the ''ball on a! vore picked up the point after, \'"0 4-6I9I SOS Faq Nona St. tfchg. N" money drown .!nan<
general icvenue fund. ""ibM. ran WO -H71 11,1'; ft ..Ii
60 yard score in his only carry fumble that was recovered by the and BHS had scored every time' ,
Seventeen licenses issued FOR KKXT-: I'I'
were Famished
from scrimmage, and lifted his ever-present Tombo Smith. The it had possession of the ball in ments. Reasonable rates. apart Near ('1' Tnt MADE DRAPES O To,,
SHOP O free to disabled war veterans andor irMlrial or mine Also ophol r\
season average to just over 26 P. K.. march was highlighted witha first three quarters. with chil- shopping center. Phone WO '-:011 work done rail Sirs Howard Tuner
widows dependent rr WO f- Uf or call at 211 S. .
yards per carry. He ran three 41 yard sprint bY' Layfield.The During the last quarter the df n. The largest income was from Cherry! SL (Shell Oil Co. Office.tfrhR\ Keystone Height Phone ft..hl!" 4?In'lI
Limes for 45 yards and a TD against Tornadoes went for their teams traded the ball on fumbles :

SHOP J Bolles, and did not carryin second TD at this point with and exchanged yardage on several'insurance while the agencies largest single and license agents HASTINGS I If yonr healer i:,riu n.ti..d:'.\.CB Sei.xrt.manJn "

the Macclenny game. Tanner mixing the plays well and penalties that cropped up in the amount was $100 paid by Florida MATTRESS I,<*'- ".c Conlart )Jr J )111....
46-Yard TD but there was no & UPHOLSTERY Hi I. Bo |liA. stMrkr Viaptwn. ">
Smith Gets all of his backs contributing short fading minutes WORKS .
Power and Light Co. WO 3-1SRI;! 4i'he (PI "..
Don't Buy Your New Caron The Tornadoes struck paydirton gains. Tanner initiated one of ..more scoring for the night. 710 Lemon St. I'aUtka I

the fifth play after P. K. had the prettiest option plays of the BHS rolled up 377 yards from >A :';E STORAOK SPAIE -- .'m
first Camera Club Slates Furniture Repaired, Uphol j i r.nl rullvo 4S'l14 lth,,;
with the kickoff and 12
stalled opening season during this march when he fccrimmage gained

the First Stop and punted to the BHS 37. Sam loped for 10 yards and lateraledoff downs while having possession of Bi.Monthly Meetings stered & Refinished FoR RENT -- On Km ti>l.-y Lakefurnished

Gardner, Johnny Devore and Harvey to Smith who, got 19 more before the ball seven times. The Tornadoes -I MATTRESSES REBUILTNew lr.nl with 2 rlrr"latllllhf'al..r bedroom garage' apar I'hon

Tanner rolled up a first downat I being stopped. 1. didn't try any passes. 1heycJidn't A Camera Club, recently organIzed Innerspringsand ("-iH John. WO f-III l tlrhg

midfield and Gardner added Tanner capped the 94-yarc need to throw.P. under the recreation program, Box Springs .....n SALE 10 l Int!' of Und "n W

GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE four more before Smith went off march by scoring from the fiveon K.. sparked by Layfleld and wf.i meet every first and third Drop Us a Card or Call Frail SI Term to suit Innuir.riffi .

nght tackle and raced 46 yardsfor three consecutive sneaks, and halfback Bob Rowe got 203 yards. Monday nights at 8 p. mat the PALATKA EA :5-9166 IAnfard ': ". 11; W. Prall_: SItp IAI-i:

a score. Richard Dugger picked up the from scrimmage and completedtwo I Cmmber of Commerce building STARKE WO 4- 931 .

BUT As on most of the long gains of first of his two extra points.P. o' four passes for 15 yards.. on Temple Ave. SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER. Starke, MAKCIED::00,1.11I MAX a!4 Ii.TO"I.l". with, good

[he night, this play was set up!! K.. picked upone first down but the Gainesville boys couldn't. The next meeting will be Oct. .'geM .1 -'.<1......tlnn. referem-e and .<:ar (wPradfiTd
by the ball handling of Tanner after the kickoff and then lost put itacross, when the chips were! 19, and new members can still f'o'inty'I'r\- E'" d p life<>

and the tremendous faking of the ball on downs at the BHS 48. down. join the club which is strictly for Uchg I with in!'''ran disability<>e and retirement hoxpitalizatlmt benefit1Cortart -
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE -- amateurs. I. M Pardcr. P 0 Bo]*; J':6::
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Chamber of Commerce I.,'mat; hOME :.o.-ill. i-'la 'p

Legion Promises "Best Ever"As BPW Club Names tary Robert Mclntire will secre-I WAITRESS WAXTEPppl> in
FOR SALK-Colonial-type home.'
the class in informal instructionon I* ryr.n after Z'30: p m H fir r Tni> US
4 drooms, living nn.. family rm.. > n IVytanrant! tfchgWANTED
color movies and black ami dining rm.. sun parlor; located N.
... Walnut St.. choice residential area; AT ONCE Man with jr
Billy Fair stills. The building has
white
Dowling Opening Date Looms'spreads Mrs. Bess Burns close to business section schools, for Ranleigh RuMnegs in :N Ala
dark-room facilities. churches. l.ont extends: depth of en- ".na ('0. Buy on time Wnte <'n
-:. tire block. Will sell partly furnished, medial*.'ly to Rawlelith'. Ivpt FA.FOR .'
[Continued Prom Page one) if desired Contact owner Mrs. IL !74; 1"1_ M.uv.ht.. Tefl1 ;:'rffl II;
Members of the Starke American towels luncheon sets Guard Co. B Gets U. McLendon, 3029 Westchester, Or-I

Across The Street From Setzer's.CITYFISH' II Legion are hustling around nns clothing. and 'baby apparel. esville which resulted in a recentannouncement :Superior RatingIn lamb County), FUor Telegraph.inquire Bradford tfchg ed. Several SALT.; -different Peep freezitievf kinds! '>f tlr.'e lialod

the county these days making Judging of'.the feminine entries that the group tobe hay Pennarola Ifr.*.. need Kegi

preparations for what they say will be Wedrte day. Oct'-21.: known as the Santa Fe Re- Annual InspectionCo. tered Anfcuf boll and heifers. J II
Knrnrshcd House for Rent on Silver White Illwar U N'orlhwe JtplOS
will be the biggest and best. Mrs._J*. (EL.Qibson *nd ..MissDorothy'Ross 'Jtcn. had qualified for.and.would Lake Inquire at Greyhound Has

county fair ever."' are. in charge of the receIve federal library aid this B, Florida National Guard Station. tfchg CARPENTER WORK

Tents are already being set up ladies'contest' division.--They urge y sar. Camp Blanding was given a sup- SAWS FILED and all "1.1 saws''.
lat the Legion fair grounds on contestants to bring their entriesto The Santa Fe Region is only ,erior rating on its annual technical reconditioned like new Call for andd'licred. REMODELING ADDITIONSTILE
Temple Avenue to house exhibitswhich aid unit tobe f Phone WO 4-1411. (..h-in :
: the fairgrounds early Monday, he third such library maintenance inspection held Jonns. tfchg | .
will be entered in various Oct. 19.All entries should be clearly established in the state since Monday.The i SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: ;
I competitions from Oct. 19-25. 11 I FOK KENT 2 |
labeled. the Federal government announce inspection was made by BEDROOM un- '
rnmished apt :1); W. JIadiwn. $
The Starke FFA Chapter and I its aid program. personnel from the State Maintenance Moore at Gulf Station next re.i.nmy ': JIMMY RICKS Jr.

AND MEAT MARKETPHONE otuer agriculture groups are expected No Trace FoundOf i The aid program went into ef-' Shop and included engine- door Iff heFLOIMDA I 421 N. St. Clair Ph. WO 9-29.11

to go almost 100 per cent 1 ammunition 'I I
feet Oct. after the region mem- cring, ordnance signal. jo STRAWP.ERnT'
in entering exhibits, and ladies Car Stolen Here bus had submitted an outline ofa and chemical corps equip- PLANTS for .ale_ John Mjsyarl.Kt ; '.
WO 9-1093 around the county are being encouraged the :. Box i'j_ 3 ml. North of .U-K"O" Hllun'\G M PPLT
to
Sheriff P. D. Reddish said this short range program ment.: Starhe c.n rs Sni :Up! -l7 ,.1 Hear Hilt Had Factory
to enter homemakingand
State Library Board. The short 1.Idoa .,Dct x. Cfcerry SIVWe
617 E. BKOWNLEE ST. STARKE, FLA. household art contests. week that a car stolen from restaurant -I included budget The men of Co. B were commended FOR .\1.F.- tory house! at SI2 X I rate Just purchased the follow
Homemaking entries will include owner George Kopelousoa. range'program a for getting their equipment ('herryTT Inquire at fill :0. Church |Iln* ox-d Item at a loW price and
I calling for $26,050 from the Gainesville 4t.; alter 5 p. m. weekdays or any- will the savinon to you
canned fruits, vegetables, pickles, last Wednesday night had not i Public Library. $15,483 back in top shape so soon tlm tm weekends. :Jtp 108 Steel pass"hop tables C' l long x .';" wid,.
FRESH FLORIDAFRYERS jams juices and jellies; while been located. after summer encampment. x :51"; hifth Metal file .-abintis
from Alachua County and $4,000 FOR REXT-Unfurnished small '! W.,.>d file cabinets. "J..lal l *toragahinets "
the household arts exhibits will Kopelousos reported the incident from Bradford County. This bud- h.,use at rear of store! building atM "- 4' wide x ,' high Wood
show such items homemade :; temple .\U'. Contact Mrs.lande I 2* ideal
as to city policeman Johnny for fed- Local YoungstersRush folding tables' :J6" x II x
the .
get qualifies region
.
) Molt at McCarthy's Garaire.mil I for camping and pii-nn trips)
Barden. He said'the car, a two- eral aid funds totaling $16.517 To JoinTrampoline S ;;*, on Rairorrf R" tfchg I Come in to see U1". frfl fr" to I lock

W. C. T. (/. tone brown,. 4-door- 1956 Chevrolet during the first year of operationReg1ona1 VAXTED SEMI-RFTTIREn ("OfPLETO around or phor.e WO 4-4091 tr..bg all;
disappeared between 10 ClassesFive : for Ptb: Ghames
p.m. caU for free library uI'JoR.TJfoTI.I. OR PART
"BY TELLING: THE TRUTH, plans
and 1 a.m.Barden TIME WATKI.V5 ROUTE IX TillS
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LB LIQUOR ADVERTISEMENTSWOULD immediately went to the service to county residents, trampoline classes, for boys .\letEAnx V r>KPEM tin)IX -nn41ter.ne.
CEASE BUSINESS. jail and had a descriptionof bookmobile service for areas not ''eight or older. DEVOTED TO THE BUSINESS.VRITK eral duty Exrellent working -
county and girls years f-iiUry open. r>l Fra"er )I m'
[NORMAN VINCENT PEALE IN \ WATKIX3 I: i:55 WEST
29'Fresli tHe missing car put out by having a community library expansion hare been scheduled by Recreation E.VHTKEE ST. XE ATLAXTA. o-ial Hospital. Malenn> FlaPbone 'I.
NATIONAL VOICE. of .\1.t':>1 Itrhg Ill
radio. of the Bradford Library Director Bob Benner as part I trheVEMX
I MADE DRAPERIES! madeI
dnd the headquarters building in, the fall program. ; <; CUSSES= for adults Alluhjrts I TAILOR.rd-r. Mrs Peitgy Shaller. 2",
to <
USO .
the rr..it ifant..d. WriteDirector. .
will meet at tfrhg
Gainesville and .a larger book Classes Box IISO. Stiirke. or rail V 4)dkns "hnft WOi'lU!
I Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:10 \VO3071.: ; ot ,"hjtdull .;dllaItnn -I
I 1-PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP bndget for the region. Also included p. m. and 4:10: p. m. and on Saturdays Cffi.-e., USO P.Mg fur ...ddInfnrniatl..n .. -!i I iFOR f rim S\LE tow n-..n I are rtffl"of l land 1"I: mileei 'il1C ..
lf hi
i..n,1 ; ,
are plans for added books and I at 11:15: a. m. i I f._. Andr'on.14f' Allen Win-

personnel and additional hours;I The popular program has 77 FOR !Io'I.K ISAXOPHONE. I.r ; "?>. fo"I'

lb. of service at the Bradford Library..' boys and girls enrolled. Up Tenor Pnp-rhrr,' lots APARTMENT''.' n..11) or HOl'SE trad foi .",nfam I I I \irtsfoiract, GOld-la..lu..r.. in rae?. : Iti-hg
I S t t tx \IY t> .me r"n0 4..111 j
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Ir------ .ti %; *l'rnt condition Jl<0 rash i
ar Iandard.I'
; J I ATTENTION. GETTING WINDOW TYPEWRITER:...-.-ntly rwinditionrd Smith $3: e ra..h |. REWARD M-olen male for Smmei return ".'ai stravedor (Sea l

BFKIOEKATtHS for apartm nt_ Cuarantn-d i id ...0 III".. Notify.\. Fred WO 4-K l Mff
.h. K* r "h.n'
AT GOLDWIRESERVICENTER &'1""' <,,"d It ion. $J3: Q* 'al'h t I.
Picnics 29CMEDIUM : DISPLAY HABIT RED Xw maltrri" and MW''! bedroomottage
:o=--' "uot RENT 2
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'-0\f"r Hood condition Sit tash on lntr"lpy I ike. all m"d,-rn --onenienres
'TidiER. Metal. Xrwly painted i iJ \ Central heatln Year
.a-h. I I' around tenant Call In. O t.vo Thai'-
I. H iibi>on. 1031Vr..Ot Madixon l_.- \ !,,-"' ) lI.hlJ'
\f too, rn; : r. m ..flIT :Th"tig \fll 1'l
1 1 lOll SL!;>
i'ru'h P.-a!> ('roiid.r and fIak
is 4' Ford V-* Trnek :J-4 Ton LightStake
Zytt fI."" p.r hamper and you pick liJt%. IVidyFOCAI.
them nrinw your own rnnt.l..r.- 01lP\'f":
;
ALES' w. iaroM K Xwrman_ Hellbrwnn | FI'ci...
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MULLET 25' I :" .i'liE"- -ha- Ill/f I UO 4..11.


2-Piece Living Room Suit with .Foam -. DEAR CUSTOMERS: \ Men's Leather

To celebrate the completion and

Rubber Cushions h ... pening of my new hop, beginning
\U
.t- SOLES
"Ib ._ ., Monday, Oct. 1Z, and runningfor HALF

CHUCK ROAST 3* 2-Step End Tables the next 90 day, I am running up

I-Coffee Table a brake ftpcrfcd. I will pack I 1.50

your front wheel bearing and !

2 Table check your points and plug free. Men's Rubber
LainPSS19495'
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Ib Ill be pad to see all my old bud-
BRISKET STEW > 33c dies again. HEELS 85 Up


Your oM mechanic pal
$ .'
'1. IRA (SHORTY) ALLEN-

Ib" __, ALLEN'S GARAGE, Extra Special!

ALL MEAT STEW 59 Across from Hercules on Alton Rd.


I WOMEN HALF SOLES and

No Carrying Charge The impact of modern window display i is being demonstrated Christmas selling M>aon starts

these early fall days at Goldwire Servi- arly with AVON cos nncs.

LARD 3""Ib jar 49cIRISH We Give :tJ.w." Green center's new store at 135 East Call Street. Handsomely Valuable sales' territory now a- HEELS 2.00 UPSTARKE'SSHOE

Stamps) arranged with a huge Motorola ") dominating the ta'laftle. Full or part time. Write

Oulda Sweat P. O. Box 540, Live
display; accessories of gold, including autumn leaves Oak P1*.

and gilded palm.fronds, highlight the setting. Featured

I IF in the window, which is attracting much attention from Large plragant lake horn for rent REPAIRING

HART FURNITURE CO shoppers along Call Street, is the new 1960 line of until nt.w June.-th Call 1. Fully LE J-21K furnlnhfd.or WO 130

POTATOES 10lbs 39c Motorola radio, television, and stereo. t-2101 Friday only. tip 123 S. Walnut St.

FOR RENT: Oo 3- droom Across
from Park
Starke Florida Adv. Theatrew
( ) 1anartrobnt (,spp-rF OQP afreplnI : -...
I -Il- I room nitabl for two with private ,
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!:; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA Tia a



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STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1959

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assistant agent. Quick Volunteers in Texas. f.jher. R. L. Stuu-r and famIly. :\1Btan.ccny: teaches at Melrose -
HIGHLIGHTS
KEYSTONE The first half of the school
year
Mrand Mrs.
I HAMPTON Henry Coleman ? P4 J. B. Rye armed home last High.
the girls' project will be sewing. Stop Grass FireA of Gainesville visited her parent | Monday from Korea
furlough
By Mary 1{. Schaeffer "Ine younger group will, work on Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowells. Sun- from the arm\ on The R. As of Paran Baptist

vrnpte! \ articles such as aprons and By Mn. D. E. llfflAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA grass fire covered; about one Church went ramping at Gold
I Mr
day.Linda and :Mrs Boanr.icay ana
J\t-holders. Each girl will equipa half acre at Lake Geneva near the Sue Thomas ll' i Branch state Park lastw
PTA At Work On Carnival I will hold its initial business meet- was the ;I icI'Jldrcn! of MI'>iio M' called on i<
sewing box. Since the meeting White Elephant last week before
The 1959 PTA Hallow'en Carnival in?; of thf 1953-60! season at 1 p. !!1av over-night guest of Kay Emer- mends in Granam Uj- Sunda I vkena
''in. Tuesday. Oct. 13. This is anlim.xjrtant vine is short members receive in- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson rvmg brought under control by J5-cn I in Bland and they attended _.- -.---...- .
is off to a good stal t. and advisors sUuctions and do the actual work returned last Tuesday from a 10- ![the: Keystone Volunteer Fire Department -I Itn.'* Santa Fe and Perry football i
: meeting and all members -
and committee chairman !jat home. visit with their son-in-law '
day under Chief Tommy ; in
: vain Perry. Kay was the weckend -
have been having: meetings to and prospective: members are | The Boys' 4-H Club of Keystone und daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don- Miihcan. I! guest of Linda Sue. 3-DAY WEEKEND AT
to be
I urged on hand. The membership -
make sure we hate the nicest kind Ir"' &hool also met Oct. 1. a'd McMahone and son in Bradenlen. The !' Mr.
will vote on standing rules i on Thursday fireman quickly stopped the and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas
of carnival. Charles Tolford is
also visited other relatives -
They
: for the club and committee chairmen with George McCall. assistant claze. and there was no damage visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
chairman, and he has his crew in Ft. Myers during their
well organized into groups with | will give reports on the acti- County a ent. Unfortunatelythere tc buildings. E. C. Lewis of Starke. Thur day ELLINOR VILLAGE'IN

i i vibes planned for the coming 'ear. was football practice, cheerleader stay. I Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children -

group-advisors. Charlie McGlaveis Home Demonstration News drill ana a football game Mr.' and Mrs. Onard Parker and yy.9999..............yVT I :! were Sunday guests of her
food. DAYTONA BEACHi5O
advisor for Group 1 coming up later in the afternoono family moved Monday into the parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewisin
Frnk 2- The KLM I Keystone Lake :
Harris will hare Group
the attendance was not as it : brick building on Hampton's main MELROSE Starke.Mr. .
Grneta-MiRaeJ Home Demonstration I
booths '
,
including games. -bould be. Mr. McCall has planned rtreet. They have been stayixih and Mrs. Ray Wilson and
will be Club met for the first
Advisor for Gioup 3
an interesting year's work for Mrs. Parker's parents Mr. I jbaoy of Jacksonville were weekend -
Everett Fox anotherset ncetms of the season on Wednes- Bj
: who will have Joyce RothhammerfJAAAAAAA.AIAUJAAAIJAIU
both rural and urban workers. end Mrs. Dave Dyal. {' guests. of her mother. Mrs-
of booths bingo, fire engine I idiy. Sept. 30. at Clay Electric
Goldhead Branch News Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn were |Groover Thomas.
rides and pony rides Advisor for [ lljll The resignation; of Mrs. W. 'I 4
FOR
in Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas and
This hnsiness visitors on
Gold Head
past
i weeK.
G-oup: 4 is Tommy Millican, and S. Sibley as secretary was accepted Mr- and Mrs. Dock Tison areparents
i .jS.-unch State Park had a total Saturaay, and were also recent baby of Gaine&ville'isitrd Mr 176of650vnfn'
he will be in charge of erecting iwth regret Mis Sibley is recu- to a baby girl born recently -
booths and electrical work Group I Iprrating from recent jsursery.::: Mrs. :I yearly attendance of 78.484 as Gainesville:; visitors. in Alachua General Hos- and Tim Thomas Sunday. Sept. 1 -Dee. 31 ;
to 66.958 for R. C. Cutchens visited friends Betty Ann Thomas and Arthur
compared this
5 advisor is Bill Beam, in chargeof Frank Egan was asked to fill the same I p-.taL

administration. Of each I term. tme: last year. The fine summer in West Palm Beach last wees. Icnis of Starke were Sunday Y.. may chck 'In as early as you lib Friday morning end died: .t
course! i lUntxpiied Mr. and
job is important and all are I weather during this past week has Rev. W. P, McElroy. D. E. H'm. Mrs. Shuler Cox and .afternoon guests of Linda Sue and our as late as 5 P,M. Sunday evening-ond the tot* .( y vr

George Owens Jr.. assistant brought many picnicers and campers and K. Watterson attended a family of Jacksonville spent the Ronnie Thomas. PRIVATE VILlA is only $13.50 for fh. whol w.,k..4.EU.INOR r

working hard in the realizationthat 'county agent cave;: a talk on land- to Gold Head's constantly im- Baptist Brotherhood meeting at weekend with Mrs. Cox's mother Miss Marsha Green was the

this is the once-a year- scaping. Mis. C. L. Mann. I VILLAGE HAS THESE EXTRA FEATURES .
t pioving) facilities.If the state prison at Raiford Sun- .viekend guest of her grandmother. '

inoney-rai'-int* project for the PTA A leport on the 4-H Camp at anyone should happen to da\ afternoon when Rev. McElroy Mr. and Mrs- Gil Allen have returned Mrs. Hardee of Gainesville II Hoto Golf Come Noarby Attraction,

to enable it to carry on its good Cherry Lake last July was given have vrved guest speaker for the from vacation, which Pitt Baxter is spending several
i iI a piano or a movie projector as .
; Club
wrk for the school: Jwimmmj rWs (4 of rhnl.o Night FREES
I they thoroughly '
jbv Mis- Egan Because of Mrs. or even a screen which they do meeting. enjoyed. days; in Jacksonville visiting his
Chamber Of CommerceThe I Egan's recommendation, the club I not have use for-be it in good or Mr.and Mrs Walter E. Swettof brother Grady who has been ill AM-w,ath industrial committee of the i
i, voted this year's project to be the poor repair they are asked to call Portland. Me. are visiting their for sometime. For additional informationfill PEES
Chamber of Commerce has started i Sunday for the first time. The son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and.'
of Little Willard Raulerson
Adult-Parent
lf-.iiabli.shmg an Mr. Summers at Gold Head was in this coupon.
collecting material for an indus- I choir will sing Shelly's "The Kingof MrsCharles F. Williams and I(
4-H Club to rushed to the
increase the interest Branch State Park, Keystone hospital in Gaines- _
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liial: brochurr.Any member of the .
""in 4-H work for both parents andI Love. their grandchildren. Robin, Steven nl'e:' for surgery Saturday night.
Chamber who would like to help children: 031.As Sunday evening Oct. 18. the Mark and Paul VILLAGE ..
Reports are he is doing fine. .
with this project is asked to con- I I 1 was predicted fishing has formal dedication service of the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hoff- i I I t.Daytona.
The Donald
members enjoyed light refreshments Williams son of Mr. and I. .
tact Secretary Mrs. Joe Daurer or served by the hostess. picked up. The bream especiallyhave oigan will be held at 7:30. There inan and family of Cocoa spent I t Mrs. L. Z. Williams formerly of''! Beach, Honda .
r
Chairman G. E. Wiggins been biting and as soon as choir ;
I :M's. Cook of McRae.. will be organ selections the weekend visiting Mrs. Hoff-I Brooker has returned home aftermore ........ I
!'d in the"specks"
Merlin Hairnnounrrd !' 4-H Club Organizes For Year c weather motes selections' and solos by Mrs. Ray I man's parents. Mr. and .I. than three years in the U- DE
Keystone Heights Woman's Club : will also begin to hit. invited. i : AoIdr.' I
Sledham. Everyone is bert C.
Spires.
The Keystone School Girls' 4-H I I Is. Air Force serving in England.
Small World There is a renewal of interest Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gaskins CTREDFEARN'S ce.i. I
I Club! met Thursday afternoon. He vas the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I
BE SURE ,Oct. 1 from 2:30: to 3:30. President "' We have another item for our in the Training Union and the spent the weekend visiting Mrs. I G. W. Davis and son John last I

'!Nancy: :: Sutton conducted a short :malI World" Dept. It seems that Sunday School with the new officers Gaskins' brother-in-law and sis- week. I 0w T
!last week in Rome. N. Y. two Keystone I
places. '
business meeting after which the all in their appointed eT. Mr. and Mrs. John Gnner. Barbara Sue Davis of the University -
To read OI| i issue of Mi CallsMagazine "
MT Heights couples were visit.iig the
: On October 13. at 10 a. m.. After leaving Melrose the Gas-
,':tub divided into two groups- of Florida was home over
"The (Case for the on the same street James Associa-
Snta Fe River Baptist kins will to Houston. Texas.
the 7th 8th and 9th grades un- I go he weekend and attended the
Chiropractors. !tier the direction of Mrs. Margaret Street, and didn't know it. Mr. tion will hold its annual meetingat Gale and Bett Jean Cross spent P. K. Yonge and Bradford foot-

It will tell yon of Hie advance NVKon the county agent, and the and Mrs. Fremont Tolles were: the church. Dinner for all will the weekend in Live Oak. ball game Friday night in Starke.

and arroinplislimenlH of this greatticlenee. I Slli: and 6th graders under the visiting: friends and Mr. and Mrs. be served in the Educational Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler are Mrs. Corbert Horn and son Glen

Also why Medical INH--1 direction of Miss Sandra Reese. Cnrl Wistrup were visiting cousins. Building between the mornin?. and spending the week In Leesburg at of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. iL

lon in Germany practice CTiiro-I Reminder afternon sessions. the Methodist Youth Camp. Fiank Lee and daughter Lynett

praetic. Another reminder, of the Rummage -.Community ChurchDr. MrsFannie DeLacy and her Gail of Fernandina Beach visitedMr.

I! HAIR OFF Sale to be held by the Com- Albert C. Holt. Minister. sister Miss Mary Free of Havana. and Mrs Dennis Hodge Sun-

Research Mums that Chiropractic FOREVER munity Church Women on Oct. Mrs. James L. Hetherington. Organist Florida, are spending the week day.

restore heal III after 22, 23. 24. Save all your unwanted and Choir Director. Sun- with Mrs. C. L. Mann.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stokes of
other methods fall. i, Unsightly; f2 usables for this worthwhile day School 9:45: a. m. Morning Sen.: and Mrs. J. E. I Red] Cross I
i Starke visited his mother Monday
Excess Facial i* project. Worship 11 a. m- pent last weekend in Tallahassee.
ti afternoon.Rev.
To time time and money -' .
; Hair Removed Girl Scout NewsGirl St. William's Church Duplicate Bridle
hee (:Chirojirax fir' l.f'AlX James Temple and M. O.
jour >
is held every ,
Practice Melrose
Scout Troop 190 held its Choir Winners of the Dupli-
PermanentlyEdmund from 7:30: till HarreU took the boys of one ofthe
TilE second meeting on Oct. 2 in the Wednesday evening cate Bridge were 1st. Mrs. Dorothy -
school classes to the
Sunday
Episcopal Parish House. Mrs. C. J. 2:20.: and on Sunday afternoon : Scully and Mrs. Paley Boyd;

Dr. H. G. Bollinger O Connor Is the leader again this from 12 Noon until 1 p.m. 2nd.-Mrs.*Alice Ketchuni and Mrs. Florida-Virginia football game in ,

,
Chiropractic Offices year, with Mrs. George Massa as The Catholic Club 'will meet oh Helen Phelps; 3nL Mrs. Mary Gainesville Saturday afternoon.
Wil
1 Those enjoying the trip were
Monday evening. Oct. 12. There Cook and Miss Sallie Mansfield;
426 N. Walnut St. Dwyer assistant- Members of the Troop liam Harrell, Jimmy Temple Len-
will also be a covered dish supper ,4th. Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs-
Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor committee are Mrs. Bill Baker. L
I ox and Jerome"Kelly, Eddie Douglas -
which
i starting at 6 p. m.. after Robert Hollis.
Eloclroloirisl V Mrs. John Warren, and Mrs. Dick held. Jean Melvin Ralph Hazen and
will be
the business meeting Bronson Clips Melrose. 32-7
S'I derland. Troop officers elected
-' Mott.
728 E. James
Unherslly Carol Warren and PersonalsMr. Melrose Went down to its sec-
arc: scribe.
Phone 6-3238 iainoAtUle 107 W. University Ave. treasurer. Phyllis Massa. Chair- and Mrs. Ed Conneen and ond defeat of the season Friday Mrs. Verlie Johns has returned

20 Years Kxpericnce; Gainesville; FR 2-8039: man of the budget committee is son Peter and Mr. and Mrs. D. night at Bronson. 32-7. tome from two weeks visiting
'a with relatives in Tampa and Mul!
Park took
in quarter
J?ann Thomas. Patrol Leadersare Vincent of Orange Bronson scored every .
in the Conneen'sb with Ed Camp1l' berry.Z.
trig Saturday except the fO rth.
Carol Stephenson -
Sylvia Dodd. '
W. Hamilton. M. O- Harrell.
KEYSTONE ,at down the Suwannee River. responsible for 4 TD's and -
DEPARTMENT Elmore. To-
STORE and Carolyn Thomas
: Fred McDavid and Hamilton -
the'party'In-
other. Both .
morrow, Friday the girls are Other members! of Leo Cook adding the .rmr'
.
Men's\ Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes plannin a hike and a cook-out at chided Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris : extra points were made by Warren attended the district meeting '
Frankie, Jr. Jeff of the Masonic Lodge held in ,-

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY the home of their leader. and and Greg children in the Harris' boat; Mr. The Gilbert.Bulldogs scored their lone Starke Thursday night. : : j HOTPOINT

Brownie Troop News I in their of Those visiting the N. J. Davis
Keystone and Mrs. Ralph Bryant touchdown in the final quarter
Heights; Lucile Foster, Owner Brownie meetings will take place 'beat; and Mr.and Mrs Curtis Malone the game. Senior R. L. Johnsonran family during the weekend were
Monday afternoons from 3:30: to Howard Mrs- W F. Bushloper and children : t;
Mrs. and then
and 10
: and Mr. the ball yards
5 p. mat St. William's Recreation Meyers of Starke in the Malones' aught a pass to score the extra Judy, Susie and Mickey of IfS;: 30 In.l1 I

Hall on Satsuma St. near the boat. The entire group drove to point. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. J R. ; '1 .

New Subdivision school starting Monday Oct. 12. the Suwannee will be Davis of Eau Gallic. Mr. and Mrs
Banning Beach on The next three games 1ffuTIc'!
This troop will be a combinationof launched their boats football field. I* A. Davis and son and Mrs. Judy 1t:
where they held on the Melrose
JUST OPENED ON Mrs. Daurer's troop and girls made the trip down the riverto The Bulldogs will play Ft. McCoy Lane and son of Gainesville and RANGE

who were in Mrs. Elmore's troop ana the gulf where they enjoyed a his Friday night. Come out and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wind of Hampen

last There will be 12 Brownies ; Junction.
year. at restaurant.Miss ..
a
IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone Lake trout dinner support; the team. -
returning from these troops Lucie LEcuyei of Mon- School News
.
.... .yy..yyyy
which that there will bepply this
means
students
real. Canada is spending Melrose High School
?Near Keystone Heights;; four openings for new girls Glad- j
Mrs.
n month with her friend. were treated to a movie in assem- FLORAHOMEAND
GOOD SANDY HEACHESNice ; wishing to become Brownies. The .
Bachmann on Lake Keystone.Mr. bly Friday. 'Wait TU the Sun
Shade Large Lot troop is opened for 4th and 3rd jre and Mrs. Harlow Fuller of Shines. Nellie. Admission was 25 GRANDINBy AS LOW AS

$2,275 TO $2.5-- gride girls; if there are still openings Syracuse, N. Yare building a new cents for high school students and DaneiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaa
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20 PER CEM DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY second grade girls will be in- !home at Park-of-the-Palms. 10:> cents for elementary. 95

viK-d. Therefore any third or which they hope to occupy by Oct. Sales on magazines are falling

S. E. MCK Y -- REALTOR fourth grade girl wishing to joinis I!,15. They are temporarily living at behind the amount anticipated. Mrs. L. W. Motes of Hollister ,

r invited to come to the first regular -ia motel. Everyone is urged to help the high dated: ; her sister: Mrs. Alma Clark

Keystone Heights:: Phones :3071 2051 4151 troop meeting to register. school:: students by buying sub- in Florahome last Thursday after- I

Melrose' Phone Granite 5.2968 After the organizational meeting, St. William's Catholic Chapel i crpitions. noon.

if any openings are available second Keystone Height Don't forget the dances afterhl" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price and 1

graders will be notified. football Friday daughter, Dons were involved in
Mas at 8:30: a. m. home games I
District Meeting Held Here Sunday automobile accident last Satur-
Scout an
held at the Epis-
Mass at 7:00 a. >n. nights. They are
October meeting of DistrictIV Holyday afternoon in Palatka. For- 1
The Everyone is day
Mass at 8:00 a. m. cocal Parish House.
\ ;I 'xa''U of the Gateway Girl Scout Tuesday Confessions before aU Masses ured to attend- innately there were no serious injuries ,

Council was held at the home of and in Mrs. R. Thomas Clay of
marriages
the District Chairman Mrs. Fre- :Baptisms TRINITY EPISCOPAL Fast Palatka. daughter of Mr. and ...

mcnt W. Tolles last Monday. rtructions by appointment.ST. CHURCH. MELROSERev. Mrs B. J. Alderman was involved

/ Plans were discussed for Girl ANN'S EPISCOPAL in the same accident. I
M. H. Breyfogle Vicar
Scout activity in Clay and Putnam CHURCH.. KEYSTONERev. Raymond Winters. son of Mr (with trade
Sunday-10 a. m., Sunday
counties. Neighborhood chairmen j and Mrs. Raymond Winters of
M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar School; 11:15: a. m.. Morning i iI
Mrs. Eleanor Douglas I Florahome. was back in school last I
present were j
Holy Communion and Sermon (Holy Com- Come in and
a. m. Prayer
sunday-7:30
see our complete
,)f Orange Park and Mrs. Gerald I week after being discharged from
\\LTcrtks \ ; 9:30: a. m, Sunday munion each first Sunday; 7:30p. 4
Kelly of Green Cove Springs. Mrs. Glendale Hospital in Palatka thy::
School 9:30 Morning Prayer m. Young People meet.
a. m.
; : stock of and
Palatka was unable Hotpoint
J. A. Ginn Jr. of first: of the week. Appliances
and Sermon (Holy Communioneach Holy Days-10 a. m., Holy Com-
to atttend. A luncheon honoring Mrs. Homer -
first Sunday]; 6:30: p. m.. .mimion. i 1
Miss Nancy Brown. Field Director People meet. B. Sikes of Grandin was given wide selection of TV Sets.

1 and Professional; Girl Scout. Young 7:30: a. m, Holy ....................... by Mrs.\ Germaine Hoffman at the
Holy Days-
/ t a announced the fall meeting of the Town House in Palatka last Sat-

Gateway Council to be held Communion. BROOKER urday. The following guests were I Watch The World Series

Thursday evening. Oct. 15. at the COMMUNITY CHURCH present from Interlachen: Mrs.

Peninsular Life Building In Jacksonville I KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Wilma Garrison. Mrs. Lucille Wil- With Us

at 8 p. m. The program' By Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA loughby Mrs. Whilhelmina Rash,

wil: feature highlights of the Sen- Albert C. Holt', Minister Mrs. Harriet Hunter Mrs. Roberta'I In Living Color "

ior Girl Scout Roundup in Colorado Mrs. J. I,. Hetherincton Bays< and Mrs. Virginia Smith. I On RCA TV

in first-hand reports from Organist and Choir Director Miss Bobby Hodges is visiting The hostess presented Mrs. Sikes

I the 16 girls of the Gateway Coun- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Homing her brother. E._ W. Hodges Jr. and % piece of china which she had

cil who took part In the Roundupthis Worship 11:00 aon. family in Americus, Ga. for several brought from Paris, while visiting

past summer. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH days. there last summei. Mrs. Sikes is

a Two delegates and two alter- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. Mrs. Leona Brown and Mrs. teaching in Melrose this year but t

nates to represent the KeystoneM1 ..Adro Brown and daughter oi f was," formerly a teacher at Inter [REDFEARN'S1"Where

THE KEYSTONE -: Neighborhood at the R. Smith pastor. Raipn;Starke visited Mrs. E. W. Hodges lachen school

STATE BANKA Council meeting will be elected at Copeland. Minister of Music and Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Rosa Brantley entertained

the October Neighborhood Meeting church ,organist.Services Mr. and Mis. Al Rain of High l at dinner Sunday in honor of hei

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community : which will be held prior to : Sunday School, 9:45a. Springs were Sunday dinneiguests son Warren's birthday anniver. Smite Is

Oct. 15.CHURCH. m. Homing Worship, 11 a. m. of Mrs. Mamie Hodges- sry. Present were her on and Assured" K""

Keystone Heights, Fla. NEWS Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening In case any of you readers won, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs .

Member F.D.I.C. First Baptist Church: Cervices 8 p. 'm. this what happened to D. R. Car Warren Brantley and family. PHONE 9391 1111' n. TY SO 10 _

The Estey Pipe Organ at the "Make church worship a family ter reports from a close frienc Miss Doris Seitkr of Orlandc Keystone Heights SlOP AID SAW$Of MFtitt

First' Baptist Church will be used affair- are that he is married and hvinj: spent Sunday in Grandest with ha


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- yyyyyyyy y ..mt.nEVERGREEN Scoles at the Veteran's Hospital I :Mr. and :Mrs. George Griffis and ..............,..yyy..y and family Sunday afternoon.Rev. Jcariette .
Smith and
day.Clifford daughters. Bnnch Baptist Church- Song
service -
in Lake City lecently. daughter were weekend guests ofleer .
Norman son of Mr. and W. O. Mathis and Rev. Sorry that
Baldwin lost the win begin at11
:
game a. after
.
in
Mr. and Mrs. McClellan Mr. and Mrs.
parents
Bobby of Hcsier. J. Q. \hi. Ersley Norman, who brokehi CLAY HILLby Willie Newman of Jacksonville, 12 to.O, but better luck this Friwhich Rev. H. F. Higdon win-de!
were Thursday j
supper guests I ;; arm recently has been transferred -!i ware: supper guests of Mr. and day night boys when you play liver the message. After the mom-

By Mrs. Sybil Grlffis :Mr. and* Mrs. Less McClellan. I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis i to Hope Haven Hospital \jn ''' >> tin. t. L. atncklmui Mrs. John North and family lastFrklay ,Bunnell at Bunnell. Give it all I Ing services dinner will be served

Mr. and Mrs- Morris Johns of Jr. moved into an apartment in I Jacksonville.: I'I .. night. you've
.A&.A& AAAA".A.&A'We I t P. y c t ltu .t. ? got The Baldwin Band did on the grounds. The public 11'cor-
Jacksonville: were Saturday afternoon Jacksonville l last Thursday. Mr. I Mr. and .A A A & A I
Mrs. W.
Gv Sap of : .. ,Mrs. Dorothy Rilyore and very well Friday n'ght. duiily invited to attend.
are going to try to bring youa guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Griffis is employed irl thai; city. \ rffcilbronn visited the L. S. T daughter Alvin
n-I Willie Mary, Padgett C. Long Branch
England is. on.the sick Homecoming I Mrand Mrs. Guy Frtgo and
little Mosley. Visitors at Evergreen Church : I
news from this section.Mr. ners oil Satnrday Ls*. agairi. We fi. Carter and Shirley Higginboth-I
hope he is soon
and Mrs. Jesse Saunders Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reddingg and I Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. G.I Mr. and Mrs. Rudy :': am had a Pizza Party Saturday Homecoming Day services will f>family of Jacksonville- spent Son-

visited the Otis Brewers and the his niece Vivian Redding attended W. Sapp and children and ,, am and1' daughter HfgginbOth-l I well.J. night he held Sunday. Oct. 11 at Long 1 day with Mrs. Fannie Griffis.

Arthur Beddings Maxville Baptist Church homecoming J.Burton Rosier who were visiting j jhir visited Mrs. Nathan Starling on'' L. Strickland d went to Duval I ,
the week-
during ,, Medical Center last week"and had We. are sorry to learn that little
.
Sunday.Mr. I parents Mr. and Mrs.. Jim Sunday.Mr. .
'!: j LOCAL
the Martha: Harris has been ill and MANAGER FOR
i cancer removed from his
nd.Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins attended Rosier. :hId Mrs. L. P. Refuse and from I 1
and Mrs. K. R. Hinds and cheek. He had little trouble her mother, Mrs. Leon Harris had
homecoming at Boatdrain Mrs. Elnora Privitt is improving daughter were in Jacksonville on
five children of Jacksonville were the operation. I to take her to a doctor.
Sunday. after a recent illness. She was Sunday for a visit with Mr and

Saturday afternoon guests of Mr. ilr. and Mrs. Thomas Starling vsited: by several women of the r Mrs. S. T. Worth. I Ii j The first thing when we entered Mr. and MrsKyle Cannon and
and Mrs. Marvin Rosier. daughter Ginger attencea church Jim Walter
visited Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman church this week. i The Hubert Priest family hadas 1'our Sunday School class room last Corp.
I Ii services at the Hammond
Mr. Blvd.
and
Mrs Guy Futch visited !
this week. Visitors are welcome at Evergreen Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Sunday we learned one of the

the Less McClellans Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis Church to church services, i i Clint Ruthledge of Lake City. ;I II I- J Congressional Jacksonville Holiness Church in
Sunday night.
and attended Evergreen Jr. visited his Union and Sunday
parents Sunday Training L. C. Gasqup had as Sunday
Church in the evening.Mr. Mr.. and Mrs. Millard Strickland "World's Home Builders"
afternoon. .hool. I guests! Mrs. Leon Fletcher of,jatfe excitement. The baby was Largest
and Mrs. W. H. and Walter I( to Mr.and Vernon Grif- anj daughters Kay and Carolyn
Morgan Sapp is a patient in a Broxton Ga., Mrs. Magp'e Jonesof Dom Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon and
daughter Dorothy visited Claude Macclenny hospital. I nnvvvvivvvi.v1vv.vi. Swainsboro, Ga. and Mrs. Johnny fis of Highland Saturday night '
. II I I Gasque of Tampa.Mr. I so Rena isn't the only girl in the daughter Ginger and Aunt Fannie WILL BE IN STARKE
Griffis
were among those attending -
LAWTEYdy \ and Mrs. Bennett Wilkisonhad family now. '
the Fellowship Meeting in
as guests during the weekend: Our community Nurse Miss Green Cove Springs Monday EACH THURSDAYAT

Mr*. Joyce T. Patch Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins and Dorothy Murch and one of the I night. I

1 Factory Prices family and Miss Gloria Wilkisonof : student nurses. Miss Jo Jennings
I. Misses Shirley Higginbotham
& AA& A A A J cksonvD.lc.Mr. I beth from Green Cove, called on
Mary Kilgore and Eleanor John
Barron-1Jng and Mrs. C. M. Moilieyhamcn1 I some of us in this section last !

''t) One Quart FREE With Eachor Mr. and Mrs. Floyd King an- .I 1 family of Westconnett were week. 'son Middleburg of Jacksonville and Marie Patty Taggartof Parrish STARKE HARDWARE CO.

Gallon One you buy nounce the marriage of their i I,Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. In last week's news we let our I!1 I visited! in Highland Sunday after-

daughter Mary Helen to Kenneth :::. Knight and family. mind wander too much (Ii i if we can''.lcon. 12:30 P.M. TO &:00 P.M.

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Wayne Barron of Grand Rapids.I'I Mrs. Mildred'Hard'e of Lake boast of having a mind! and We regret that Mrs. Willie Har- e
City visited Mr. and Mrs. Fralick
Mich-, on Monday. Sept. 28. Rev. stated that Bessie Strickland and ris is ill. Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore

501 N. W. Stb Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6.758 Forsythe of Heilbronn performed on Sunday. Maybelle Austin-when we should i took her to a Macclenny doctor For Appointments Call

tIlt ceremony in the presence ofa I Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mrs. have said Maybelle NORMAN, i Wednesday evening.

.. few close relatives. Joyce and Miss Mary Julia Futch were in Starke shopping. Of coursewe i Richard Norman of Highland JACKSONVILLE -- EV 7-1141 Collector
visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham -
This young couple plan to take all make mistakes but if there I and Miss Linda Waters and Mrs..

I Thats Our BusinessIf I I a trip to Grand Rapids in the ,' in Jacksonville on Saturday.Mrs. is a prize given for this--I I Shirley Robertson of Live Oak STARKE WO 4-5311
Mary Reddish returned to
I WIN IT! I
npar future. SHOULD visited in Jacksonville Saturday
It's Glass We Hare It I I her home on Friday. Her Sunday 47/ It's A Quality Home .
Mrs. Margaret Dinkins of Jacksonville Bessie Strickland went home'afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.

CALL WRITE or VISIT and Mrs. T. C. Thomas i 1 I guests: were Mrs. Spoonholtz and with Albert and Maybelle Norman I James Norman. II III It's A Jim Walter Home" '
i
:Mr. and Mrs. G. L Sapp' of Heil-
of Palatka called on old friends from church Sunday and!i Leonard Norman of Highland

Joe Peters Glass Co I here Wednesday. These ladies the ,i i bronn.Mrs. Effie Miner Mrs. P. L. helped them eat their chicken,.veiled Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pad- OTHER OFFICES:

I former Williams sisters, left here dinner spent the afternoon and >;ett..and family Sunday afternoon. OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA
Linking Miss Enza Blanchard ,
FOR ANY GLASS NEED I, m 1903. returned to the sing and evening I I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett of
'aid Mrs. A. S. Harley attended .
Modern Fronts i Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett services at church. We enjoyed all ,,Jccksonville visited Mr. and !
We Design Store I a study coruse oil Family Life in .1rs.1
and son were Friday evening of this. |I Sidney Harris and daughter .
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Starke, Tuesday. '
guests of Mr. and Mrs Ed Mixonof j>iid Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett : --......: ;" '- -: -- 'z.s ., ::: '-
Carson Griffis and Tully Norman ,
Friends" of the Lawtey school t .., = = :"r."" -c- c' "1' '
Table Tops 1 Jacksonville.Ralph I his 'and family over the weekend. t "-.-;,,- --- = __ = ,- -- -- ... -, __. ;'";:
visited Jim Strickland at .I.'I
will be glad to know that lunch .
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla Phone FR. 2-4353 I Darley and William Par- home Sunday afternoon and stayed '1. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson 1 .,.' .
'
(was served in the new cafeteria ; Sfl'\
!
s rish of Jacksonville visited Mrs. |visited Mr. Wilkinson's brother-i
|on Monday. We invite the parents for a good "gab session. I' ; & rr 4:
I Hattie Darley and family during in-Iaw, Bill Oliver at the Baptist'
to come and look over the new Cecil Hardee and some P'f his I'I ,
tne weekend. Memorial Hospital Saturday
: and Carol Norman of ,
building. family
COMPLETE TREE SERVICE Mrs. Mike Futch and Floyd had: 'I afternoon. Mr Oliver .is recuper- I,
:Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Highland attended homecoming
as a Sunday visitor Mrs. Minnie !I ating nicely from a rececnt oper-
Jacksonville: was the weekend services in the afternoon at Mid- '
Rosier of New River. ation.
Cavity Work guest of her sister. Miss Enza dkburg- All enjoyed hearing Rev.
Pruning Miss Enza Blanchard and Miss 'I We are sorry to hear that Kay
Blanchard.Mr. Boby Gray preach as well as the I
f Bracing Tree Removal Dorothy: Ross attended a Home Goolsby; of Baldwin had an acci-
and Mrs. Horace Cox of singing.
i
De-Mossing Transplanting Demonstration Club cook-out at I dent and wrecked his car in Max-
Santa Fe were Sunday guests of Tully Norman was elected Music x
!
th home of Mrs. Jean Hardul at 'rU5e Saturday ralght.i *1
Free Inspection and Estimates lur parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Director and also Training Union I
s!
thE> State Farm on Friday.Mr. ;Miss Shirley Higginbotham It' x 1
Dinkins. Director for' Highland Church for'
and Mrs. Ray Rosier and spent part of Sunday visiting Miss
Don't forget the next PTA meet- the next year. We feel this was'awce I __ r r
SAPP'S TREE SURGEONSPETE family visited'the Zoo in Lake Marie Taggart in Middleburg. t
ins which will be held Tuesday choice for both offices. j jI
City on Sunday. I Mrs. Mary Wellhausen spent
.t. 13 in the new cafeteria. Plans Now we feel we should be allowed I
Mrs. Nancy Keene is spending'Ihis I Saturday night with her son-in-
SAPP, Owner are being made for a covered dish to boast JUST A LITTLE! Our '
week with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. j

STARKE PHONE WO\ 4-3965 Anderson in Jacksonville.Mr. supper for that evening. little Beginner Sunday School Oscar Harris and family.
rlass WON THE ATTENDANCE
P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla and Mrs. Kenneth Barron ...v.r4..m..viI1EI'LBRONN BANNER LAST SUNDAY AND Mr. and Mrs. James Norman of 11
tF!
.sited relatives in St. Augustine'on Jacksonville visited Sunday afternoon trF a ,
AGENTS WAS THE ONLY CLASS THAT
Sunday. > with Miss Linda Waters.
Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617 MADE A GRADE OF 100 PERCENT
Mrand Mrs. Bill Robertson
Miss Julia Futch cf Tallahassee -
Mary
We were- well recogni d.
Gainesville Fla. Ocala Fla. ,
Benton Futch of Nashville and daughter Marcia of Live Oak c
!
in the main auditorium as being ,
Phone 1651 Lake'City, Fla. Tenn. and Mrs. Benton By !l s. Harvey McCarthyHowdy1' spent last weekend with Mrs. RobcrtsGn.s -
'I .. the outstanding class in the Sunday
For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent Pitch and children visited Mrs. .. .wtn..wtt.v.mt.... School for the day. Usually mother, Mrs. Dorothy -- -

FLORIDA PEST CONTROL CHEMICAL: CO. I Joyce weekend.Futca'iand:- sons during' the r 'Folks! Birthday greetings = these little fellows return to the Waters Miss Mildred and family.Campbell and Jack

224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 3VO 4-3965 are'extended nursery after class but on this
to demons Arrendale
Air. and Mrs. V. D. Dickinson Roy visited Sunday with Mr. : J
occasion asked to to
were
f I who; celebrated his birthday Sun we go and'Mrs. John North and family. .-
nd family of Jacksonville were, ,
*
'flt; i I I the auditorium for recognition
_.. ., Sunday guests ot Mr. and Mrs I day. His family honored him' on Revival Very SuccessfulThe
f'\ which did. Now ask- _
r we we are
I ;his special occasion with a'bt'g revival which was held at
G. D. Wilkerson and the Leon Will
: ef to to for
STARKE ICE COMPANYWILL prepare a song sing
ke sons. birthday dinner. Happy Birthday Mixville Baptist Church was very ,,
the whole School in the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durham and t Mr. Roy and may the Good Lord Sunday successful, with the church filledto
near future We invite all to come
bless! you with many many more. capacity each night.The pastor
sons had as weekend guests Mr. :
OPEN ITS PLANT OCT. 10TH and see what these little' fellows
and Mrs. Raymond Williams' of We are happy to'report that was Rev. Willie Newman of Jacksonville -
.
:
can-do.
Cornelius Moore4'stflrimprovingand' and the song leader was ;rIi ,=
Jacksonville.Mr.
FOR There will be a baptismal service "0..
released from Bradford 'Winford Wilkinson
and Mrs. Shirley JOhnsonand was On Friday
family and Mr. and Mrs. Kel County Hospital. atthe regular place near night Peggy Lucas brought 21. !

ly Owens spent the weekend at Hope'all 'of out Elementary parents long Branch Church Sunday Oct. guests with her and Earl Cannon li tm
SUGAR CURINGAND 11. At present there are five can- :
the Scrub: were able to attend the PTA, brought 37 guests and on Sunday ;
didates. We hope for more by Sun- =" "
Mr. and Mrs- RE.. Lee and meeting held Tuesday evening' of morning at Sunday School eachof
Our Lord is
family were Friday evening guests this week. State Trooper, IX:: R. day. really workingin them was presented with a i I f!=F4 -

of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon B. Peter- Janseri was to be the speaker', diScussing" Mr.this Norman little church.came ,to us after wDite Bible with, their names ,I =='''' ,.....-.

'the importance of safety. graved in gold and a special en-I nil.
son of Arlington. I
: Diann Thomas spent the week- If you weren't able'to' attend this the singing practice Sunday even- mony was dedicated to them. ;
SMOKE CURING ing"and "raked us over the coals" Since 1950 million
end with Charlotte Ann Cannon time plain now to be present at Civic Club over Yi more
!' for not beingat'
November [the first KentuckY slang
the meeting Anyone driving down by the new
at the State Farm. '
homer to give him some of the fem
Rev. and Mrs. George Chism Tuesday evening the month]. civic club and play grounds will Florida files have switched, becauseTHERE'S

YOUR MEATS and son of Maniac Ga., visitedMr. Mrs. H. H.: ttabb, president', faculty squirrels when he came to see us be very pleased when they see the 1
Said the
Sunday evening. reason
and are ,
and Mrs. Cedric Rosier and : patents waiting to building progressing so nicely. A
I that I had not shot
off
ran was
.
lot of
mtet you.Again the citizens in the community -

ALSO COLD STORAGE family Mrs. on Joe Sunday.Frigo of Jacksonville'' let us invite you'and your my! squirrels! Well,week if he had he could been:' have joined in and cleared the gj|

at gellI here through tile .!
with
uS
to for
the of Mr. and family worship ground the new ball diamond
has Sunday guest : ""
bronn Church. Rev. Otis T. Jones have claimed two squirrels one and play park. The first PIne 'J "*
was
: '
and
STARKE ICE COMPANY Mrs. Tex Wilson family. ::I hawk: (Jim said it was a pig: MATCH E
Air. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt pastor renders inspiring 'm ssag s of played down there last Friday if! NO
with
hawk.] a wing spread
: Remember afternoon and then
I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. every Sunday. prayer too each one
PHONE WO 4-8011 STARKE, FLA. Ernest Southerland in Lake But- meeting1 on Wednesday eveningsand more than three feet, a crow and, has had a hanG in getting the

l choir practice on Saturday a "shamshack" or woodpecker building under construction. May- r ELECTRIC ip.

... -'-(I=- ler.Misses Patricia and Judy Pad-, nights. You are always welcome which was carrying off pecans.MAXVILLE be they will be able to hold a tF FOR /

.
,
at Hfeilbrorin.: I Iyy'yyyy in it the first i
Mrs. and needed meeting by Monday
gett had as Sunday guests yyy. ..yyy.. IJJi
l. Jimmie Ray and son and Mrs- You read about wonderful In November. We hope so. If the //WATER

Dick Humble of Jacksonville. things happening to people who commissioners will finish the road

Mrs. Leonard Prevatt and family -J win in contests but very seldom I bow, it will help lots. f :

and Mrs. James Griffis visited docs it occur in one's own family. Henry Wellahusen, Harvey McPherson fi CHEATING .

Mi. and Mrs. Lacy Griffis of Mar- Well rm proud to say, we have a By Mrs. c. B. Nolan Owen Knight and Tbm- YI

pile Sunday. winner: in our family circle. Yes ..- t ". i inv Altman helped to furnish the f"--
on AAAAAAAAAAA
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonand sir, my brother-in-law, Eddie flAAAAAAAAAA music at Glena Bowyer's party in I

> daughter were in Jacksonvilleor. Weldon Tallahassee e won for Miss Norma Jean Bell of Jacksonville Whitehouse last Saturday nigh ::1 EFFICIENT. .Sealed- heat for aft the

ec\.a him and sister Mildred free We proud of the .,q piping hot water want time
Sunday for a visit with Mr. my ; a spent last weekend with are: cheerleaders you. any ,

and Mrs. G. W. Nettles. all expense paid trip, to Nassau xrf-s Jewel North. I from Maxville this year. They 24 hourg a day.

The Allen Harts and Mrs. Nancy for the weekend They win fly to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and are.Becky Higdon, Shirley Wilkinson -# SAFER Only a Modern Automatic k

.. 0 0 Irene attended a birthday dinner Miami: early this Friday morningand family visited Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Jewel North and Carolyn 1g Electric Water Heater offers flamelts

there take a luxury liner to P?rrish and family Sunday. Smith. i i i
for Mrs. Lettie Roden in Jacksonville safety. No ventings, no pilot light }
on Sunday.Mr. Nassau returning home to Talla- Mrs- Dorothy Waters. Ed Bub-, Among the people from Max-

and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and ha<>see Monday.My bie and Linda Waters and Mrs. vile) attending the football game CONVENIENT.. .Space-Baring,com pact,

family of Ocala were weekend niece Patricia Gall and ne- Shirley Robertson and daughter at.Terry, Parker last Friday night fully automatic-just set it anywhere and at

ToughestDriverinTownlCareful 1 guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. phew Ralph Alan will stay withus Marcia of live Oak were visitors wee Mrs., Irene Bell and daughter. forget it.CLEANER. a?

while their Marie. Mrs. Geneva
Carl Prevatt. parents are being ir Jacksonville Saturday.Mr Smith .. Flamrfew also means nc
We are sorry to report that Mrs. treated to thiS exciting and thrilling : arid Mrs Kenneth Manning and daughters. Rev. and Mrs. H.

( Percy McFidget-who would believe' that Georgia Ann Sapp is quite ill at vacation. ard !$afe Manning were guests of' F. Higdon and daughter and Mrs. !deani .

he's harder on his car than anybody in town? Why this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. !:r. and Mrs. Harry Padgett Tuesday to all-electric in remember it'* cheaper,

be never goes over 35 or takes a trip over 10 miles Eurney. Bill and Vann Burney and Cornelius Moore and family were night. jo your kitchen-lautvlry
rOtrLL LOVE
tLe ottobrook Fetes than to combination of .
use a services.Settheityk
Actually this kind of driving is very hard on a cat their families visited her on Sun- Mrs- Moore's brother.and family, Little Chuck Garrett of Jacksonville -, ,

because the seldom Vanned Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Judd of Or- spent last week with his I -
engine engine gets up" pnne-iize fountain pens ispaste -L :::: 1
!lando. .f
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Doss
The oil tends to be forma ;;
sufficiently. sluggish.Sludge
TIlE RIGHT rOIVr for tbb Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace _
in the crankcas Tho way is opeD'for dangerouswear Higginbotham. shades oar/ $Soot af find I qr
Solano and daughter Sandra [I
A"larger'crowd thin' evfer"! before
and corrosion.But way you write. Dome in and se. I
cvef the weekend were Mr: and enjoyed Homecoming Day services' rand Corny l $er.3;1L,

there's something you can do about this W led your favorite ESTEKBROOK !Mrs. Arthur Ortagus of Jackson- beid' at Maxville Baptist Church --. .. *

protect your motor. If you have to do a lot of start- \ille. !It 5t Sunday. Rev. Sol ie Nonfian NOTICE OF IXTK\TIOJr ..-i. i; rind size's at

and-stop driving at low speeds as most of us do,use Fountain Pen: TELEGKAVH. R. L. Morgan and Buck Carter of Jacksonville delivered thd TO Ift REGISTER compliant FICTTTIOITS with S ctl
i Trop-Artic Motor OiL It flows fast..resists shidgr" spent Tuesday of this week fish- homecoming sermon: after which Florida statutes the mtorrigned' 't Appliance_ Dealer

formation. helps your car run better*longer. GeTropArtic \ iHf at Horseshoe. :tiMer: was served on the grQt lds. will CirraR register Court with of Bradford the Clerk County.of the er Plumber ;

Harvey spent from Thursday to After dinner, singing was enjoyedand Florida. '
Motor Oil at station GOT A'SUMMERCD1D upon receipt of Proof of tM! NOW
any Saturday of last week enjoying abouto o'clock the Batercounty Publication of tiiis notice the folltirir.g ,
.. where the PhiUios 66 Shield. firtitloag
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you fining ''in the Suwannee River as Singers and the Northside name to-wttt .u -=:
*A trademark Jrtwr Trhn Shop, locate at 12
v S" t the guest of,& rley Johnson, who Singers joined the.crowd for sing- E. Call Street, starke Bradford ttjtifl. ,

;t *ias a" home there. They'had'very teg. It-was a wonderful day for b'e Coantr.engaged Florida.in th*under bushier which of Operating we- "- Pun IIitl

r I \ good link;- bringing home some all who attended. .. .. an automobile and furniture _
JEROME: JOHNS OIL CO. I TAKtr fi-- pretty -- mackerel 'and speckled Mr.. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshawof A upholstery the ole owners shop of and said that business we are II' "4cfiltt. '" e

f Starke, Fla. I fit'-4 treat. They'Veren/i/ just pretty Jacksonville have recently moved Dated at Starkei -Rradford 001l1lt,.. f. .ji .
,: :L! symptomatic thy'were'goodf eating too. to Maxville.Mr. Florida this 23th day of SeptemberA. :
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UUUREIIEF this; time. May our loving God ard family of Jacksonville visited i.osael! uno Pone de Leon r'l = .1,
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assistant agent. Quick Volunteers in Texas. I IMr I f.!!tier. R L St''J'I' and family Mr Be.s naccn>' t'uchtat: Mel-
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy : The first half of the school year and Mrs. Henry Coleman I
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last
HAMPTONBy arrived home
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the girls' project will be sewing Stop Grass Fire of Gainesville visited her parents i Monday from Km'
'a on furlough
The R. A.s of Paran Baptist
By .Mary )(. Srhacffer i ii lie younger group will, work on Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowells;, Sun : from the army

i II airnpte! articles such as aprons and Mn. D. C. WOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I A grass fire covered about one Mr. and Mrs B and Church went t camping at Gold

I pot-holders. Each girl will equip half acre at Lake Geneva near the I day.Linda Sue Thomas was the Fri- nnmiy H.' ui Branch State Park last
will hold its initial business children! of
: I Min> > called
At Work On Carnival |I "v on
meet-I i a sewing: box. Since the meeting White Elephant last week before I 1.lav .
over-night guest of Kay Emerson i irimd 'ekend"y .
of the 1959-60 season at p. in Gianmn : Sunda
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I The 1959 PTA Hallow'cn Carnival : :;Jme is short members in- Mr. and Mrs. M. f.. Watterson .a.-
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receive hang brought under control by 1 i in Bland and attended
I in.: Tuesday. Oct. 13. This is an they l r.VW':;{., .'.$\ :!t. 5 '.';11', '"= iIE- ';;., '_-,
is t. and ad- .
off to a good ftal: meeting and all members -II'II'IJn.IOrtant sUuctions and do the actual workat returned last Tuesday from a 10- !thE Keystone Volunteer Fire Department -''tn1 Santa Fe and Perry football I ,'< ,-'" Y.n" '- '.Y t
visors and committee chairman home. visit with their soninlawand '
i i day under Chief Tommy same in
Perry. Kay was the weekend -
have been having meetings to,, and prospective members are II The Boys' 4-H Club of Keystone. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don- II I'I'Mllliran. guest of Linda Sue. 3-DAY WEEKEND AT
to be on hand. The membership -
r make sure we have the nicest kind I I vu-ged a'd' McMahone and son in Braden- !
will vote on standing rules School also met on Oct. 1. Thursday I The fireman quickly stopped the Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas

of carnival. Charles Tolford is for the club and committee chairmen with George McCall. assistant lent They also visited other rela- 'claze. and there was no damage visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.E. .

chairman, and he has his crew I will give reports on the activities County a&ent. Unfortunatelythere lives in Ft. Myers during their tc buildings. C. Lewis of Starke. Thursday ELLINOR VILLAGE.IN
well with
organized into groups planned for the coming year. was football practice, cheer- stay. i Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children -

group-advisors.; Charlie McGlavej i Home Demonstration News I I icnder: drill and a football game Mr. and Mrs.: Onard Parker and taattt..............., were Sunday guests of her
DAYTONA BEACH
is advisor for Group 1 food. I coming up later in the afternoon family moved Monday into the I parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis
Frnk Harris will have Group 2- j I the KLM I Keystone Lake i .
&o the attendance was not as it orick building on Hampton's main MELROSEBy in Starke.
Grnevi.-McRaeJ I Home Demonstration '
booths including games. I "hould be. Mr. McCall has plan- meet. They have been staying Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and

Advisor for Gioup 3 will be Club met for the first I nrd an interesting year's work for with Mrs. Parker's parents Mr. baoy of Jacksonville were weekend 50
Everett: Fox who will have another Fleeting of the season on Wednesday. Joyce RotbJummer $
.both rural and urban workers. rind Mrs. Dave Dyal. guests of her mother Mr*,
set of booths bingo, fire engine Sept. 30, at Clay Electric I
I Goldhead Branch News Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn were 1 uusaaaasasuuasasuuMr. i Groover Thomas.
J ides and pony nrtcs Advisor for j lijll!! The resignation; of Mrs. W. r FOR 4
i This past week. Gold Head Business visitors in Palatka on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas and
Group 4 is Tommy: Milhcan. and' S. Sibley as secretary was accepted and Mrs. Dock Tison arcparent
3-unch State Park had a total Saturday, and were also recent !baby: of Gainesville visited Mr 176 of 650 units
he will be in charge of erecting | w'th icgret. Mis. Sibley is recuperating I to a baby girl born recently -
yearly attendance of Gainesville visitors. ana Tim Thomas Sunday. ,
: 78.484
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booths and electrical work. Group from recent surgery./ Mrs. I in Alachua General Hos Sepf.I-lec.31)
compared to 66.958 for this same R. C. Cutchens visited friends: Betty Ann Thomas and Arthur
Frank Egan was asked to fill the !
5 advisor is Bill Beam in charge j '
term. tme: last year. The fine summer I m West Palm Beach last week.: pital.Mr. lercis of Staike were Sunday f Y.. moy cntch! In ei early at you MVt Friday momfaj mnA d n* u
of administration. Of each uncxpucd 'I
course 4
weather during this past week has Rev. W. P. McElroy, D. E. Hill and Mrs. Shuler Cox and Afternoon: guests of Linda Sue and out at lot,. 01 5 P.M. Sunday ...ning-- job is important. and all are George Owens Jr.. assistant family of Jacksonville the .......
brought many picnicers and cambers and K. B. Watterson attended a spent Ronnie Thomas. PRIVATE V1LU is only $13.50 for whol. & r

working hard in the realization' co'inty agent, gave a talk on land- ; to Gold Head's constantly im- Baptist Brotherhood meeting atthe weekend with Mrs. Cox's mother, Miss Marsha Green was the I
that this is the once-a year- Mis. C. L. EUINOR VILLAGE HAS THESE EXTRA FEATURES
scaping. owing l facilities.If state prison at Raiford Sunday Mann. I .vi-ekend guest of her grandmother. .

money-raiyns project for the PTA A report on the 4-H Camp at anyone should happen to afternoon when Rev. McElroy Mr. and Mrs. Gil Allen have returned Mrs. Hardee of Gainesville.Pitt II Hob Golf COli"" .N.ay Attractions "

to w.Tk enable for the it to.school.carry on its good Cherry Lake last July was given have a piano or a movie projector, :/:rved as guest speaker for the from vacation, which I Baxter is spending several Swi..i.., N.l* |4 of Ititml Night Clutw

by :MisEsan.. Because of Mrs. or even a screen which they do meeting. they thoroughly enjoyed. I days in Jacksonville visiting his
Chamber Of Commerce I I I Mr.and Mrs Walter E. Swett' S An-.a" Ttnmt Courts Shvffttboan
Egan's; recommendation the club not have use for-be it in good or brother Grady who has been ill ENS
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The industrial committee of the voted this year's project to be the poor repair, they are asked to call of Portland. Me. are visiting their for sometime. For additional informationfill S
Chamber of Commerce has started j Sunday for the first time. The son-in-law and daughter Mr. and !
fe.iabli.shm! of AdultParent4H Little Willard Raulerson
: ; an .\1:'. Summers at Gold Head was in this coupon.
collecting material for an indus-i I increase choir will sing Shelly's "The Kingof Mrs- Charles F. Williams and I i
Club to the interestin rushed to the hospital in Gaines-
Branch State Park. Keystone -------_..
Hial: member of the 1'= .
brochuro.Any I 4-H work for both parents and 2031. Love. their grandchildren. Robin, ste-| nj'e: for surgery Saturday night. ELLINOR VILLAGE

Chamber who would like to help children.: .Sunday evening, Oct. 18, the ven, Mark, and PauL !R:ports are he is doing fine. 11Mg.1. II

with this project is asked to contact 1 The members enjoyed light re-I As was predicted fishing has formal dedication service of the J| Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hoffman Donald Williams son of Mr. and \\-9.Daytona .

Secretary Mrs. Joe Duurcr or frr.-hmcnts served by the hostess, picked up. The bream especially organ will be held at 7:30. There i and family of Cocoa spent I II: "Mrs. L. Z. Williams, formerly of, I Beach, Florida ;
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have been biting as soon as
Chairman G. E. Wiggins.Hlftinc I I will be organ selections choir the weekend visiting: Mrs. '' t
:M's. Cook of McRae.. in the"specks" Hoff'I''I'I Broker has returned home after 8da
er'd! weather B '
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Date Announced 4-H Club Organizes: For Year .elections! and solos: by Mrs. Ray man's parents Mr. and ,.more than three years in the U. f
Keystone Woman's Club will also begin to hit. B + I
Heights The Keystone School Girls'; 4-H Sledham. Everyone is invited. tt'rt CSpires.. I I S. Air Force serving in England.He .

I Club! met Thursday afternoon.Oct. Small World There is a renewal of interest Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gaskins vas the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I City $Iott .. I

BE SURETo 1 from 2:30: to 3:30. President We have another item for our in the Training Union and the ,spent the weekend visiting Mrs. G. W. Davis and son John last

!i :Nancy Sutton conducted a short mall World" Dept. It seems that Sunday School with the new off i ices Gaskins' brother-in-law and sis- week. II IIi
week in N. Y. two I
last Rome Keystone
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all in their appointed places.On ter. Mr. and Mrs- John Griner.
business meeting. after which the Barbara Sue Davis of the University 1
mad l O -|tour! issue of 'Icll..
< Heights couples were visit03 the
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13, at a. m.,
.'::ub divided into two groups- October After leaving Melrose, the Gas- of Florida was home overhC
Magazine, "Tim ('a..,* for IlseChlroprwbsn" the street, James Association
same
on Snta Fe River Baptist kins will Texas.
; go to Houston.
attended theP.
I the! 7th, 8th and 9th grades un- ; weekend and
:j i cli-r the direction of Mrs. Margaret Street, and didn't know it. Mr. will hold its annual meetingat Gale and Belt Jean Cross spent K. Yonge and Bradford football -

It Mill tell >'<>u fir the advance NVIson! the county agent and the and Mrs. Fremont Tolles were the church. Dinner for all will the weekend in Live Oak. game Friday night _in-. fifarkp__ -- -

and awoiiiplisliinriils or IhK crrathrlencp. 5lh: and 6th graders under the visiting friends and Mr. and Mrs. be served in the Educational Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler are Mrs. Corbert Horn and son Glenof

Also \\hy Medical !>
I I Reminder afternon sessions. the Methodist Youth Camp. Pi.ink Lee and daughter Lynett
torIn Germany; |>racticc Chiropractic -I I
-. Another reminder, of the Rummage Community Church Mrs. Fannie DeLacy and her Gail of Fernandina Beach visitedMr.

HAIR OFFFOREVER Sale to be held by the Com- Dr. Albert C- Holt Minister. sister Miss Mary Free of Havana, : and Mrs Dennis Hodge Sun-

Ilc-M-ian-h shows! I fiat I Chiropractic I munity Church Women on Oct. Mrs. James L. Hetherington. Organist Florida, are spending the week '

restores In-all after 22, 23, 24. Save all your unwanted and Choir Director. Sunday with Mrs. C. L. Mann. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Donald Stokes of .

other method, fall. I Unsightly usables for this worthwhile School 9:45: a. m. Morning Sen.: and Mrs. J. E. {IRedl I Cross
mother
Starke visited his Monday
I Excess Facial t project. Worship 11 a. m- pent last weekend in Tallahassee. afternoon. LioT'.mi :
To save time and money -
William's Ch1lf'hChoir
Hair Removed Girl Scout NewsGirl St. Duplicate Bridge
sets jour Chiropractor first.TALL held every Rev. James Temple and M. O.
Scout Troop 190 held its Practice is I Winners of the Melrose Duplicate -
PermanentlyEdmund s 7:30 till I Han-ell took the boys of one of
Wednesday evening from Bridge were 1st, Mrs. Dorothy -
TUB second( :: meeting on Oct. 2 in the the Sunday school classes to the
Z:20. and on Sunday afternoon Scully and Mrs. Paley Boyd;
Episcopal Parish House. Mrs. C. J.
Florida-Virginia football in
Dr. H. G. Bollinger Noon until 1 Ketchum game
p-m.
12 Mrs
O Connor is the leader again this from 2nd MTV Alice and Gsinesvffle Saturday afternoon.
The Catholic Club will meet on Helen Phelps: 3rd Mrs. 'Mary
Offices
Chiropractic year, with Mrs. George Massa as Those enjoying the trip were Wil-
426 N. Walnut St. I Dwyer assistant- Members of the Troop Monday evening Oct. 12. There, Cook and Miss Sallie Mansfield; liam Harrell, Jimmy Temple, Len-
'f covered dish supper 4th: Becker and Mrs.
Fill also be a Mrs. Ray
Bill Baker.
Mrs.
Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor committee are ox and Jerome Kelly, Eddie Douglas j
starting at 6 p. m.. after which; : Robert Hollis.
Mrs. John Warren, and Mrs. Dick,
h z Hazen and
: Eloctrolo-ist: i the business meeting will beheld., Eronson Clips l\ldrose.3-7 Jean Melvin Ralph
S'inderland. Troop officers elected
MottMrs.
728 E. Unl\'Prlilly Warren and PersonalsMr. Melrose went down to its second James
arc: scribe. Carol
Phono 6-3238 Ollln."UI"" 107 ''. University Are. treasurer. Phyllis Massa. Chair- and Mrs. Ed Conneen and I defeat of the season Friday Verlie Johns has returned
home from two weeks\ visiting
20 Year hupenence; : Peter and Mr. and Mrs. D night at Bronson. 327.
Gainesville FR 2-8039!) man of the budged committee t is i son with relatives in Tampa and Mul-
Park took a
J -ann Thomas. Patrol Leaden Vincent of Orange Bronson scored in every quarter
triT Saturday in the Conneen'sbiat i except the fO.1rth.'ith Ed CampbJl' berry.
Dodd Carol -
Stephenson
are Sylvia River, Z. W. Hamilton M. O- Harrell.
the Suwannee responsible for 4 TD's and
down
KEYSTONE Elmore. Tomorrow -
DEPARTMENT and Carolyn
STORE : '
and'Thomas
Fred McDavid Hamilton -
the party 'In Lei
Both
of the other.
Friday, the girls arE Other members Cook adding
Men's Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes plannin a hike and a cook-out at cluded Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bar- extra points were made by Warren attended the district meeting l < :l
Frankie. Jr. Jefl!: i of the Masonic Lodge held in
the home of their leader. ris and children Gilbert. '
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY and Greg in the Harris' boat; Mr.. The Bulldogs scored their lone Starke Thursday night. = HOTPOINT
Brownie Troop News I Those the N. J. Davis
Bryant in their of visiting
and Mrs. Ralph touchdown in the final quarter
Keystone Heights Lucite Foster, Owner Brownie meetings will take place, teat; and Mr.and Mrs Curtis Ma-: the game. Senior R. L. Johnson family during the weekend were

Monday afternoons from 3:30: to I MrsW.. F. and children -
Bushloper
Howard I i
:one and Mr. and Mrs. ran the ball 10 yards and then
5 at St. William's Recreation Susie and Mickey of 30 In.fiTti
p. m. ( Meyers of Starke in the Malones' caught a pass to score the extra Judy.
Hall on Satsuma St. near the_ drove to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs- J. R ; .
The entire group
boat. point.
New Subdivision school, starting Monday Oct. 12.,'Banning Beach on the Suwannee, The next three games will beheld Davis of Eau Gallic. Mr. and Mrs.L. .

This troop will be a combinationof A. Davis and and Mrs. Judy
launched their boats i football field. son
: where they on the Melrose
4' .JUST OPENED ON Mrs. Daurer's troop and girls ana made the trip down the river. The Bulldogs will play Ft. McCoy Lane and son of Gainesville and RANGE

who were in Mrs. Elmore's troop I where they enjoyed a Come out and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wind of Hamp-
I to the gulf his Friday night. : %
last Year. There will be 12 Brownies at a restaurant. vcn Junction.tttaatmtavttttattl.
-- dinner
trout support the team.
Gator Bone Lake
IN LAKE FRONT
LOTS returning from these troops I IMiss Lucie UEcuyei of :Mon- School News
that there will be
which means this
i real. Canada is spending Melrose High School students I
Near Keystone Heights four for new girls !
orly openings month with her friend. Mrs. vere treated to a movie in assembly FLORAHOMEAND
GOOD; ) SANDY REACHES wishing to become Brownies. The I
Bachmann on Lake Glad-I' Friday 'Wait Til the Sun
yre AS LOW AS
is opened for 4th and 3rd GRANDINBy
Nice Shade Lots troop Harlow "
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Large Mr. and :Mrs. Shines. Nellie. Admission was

$2,275 TO $2,575 grade girls; if there are still openings I(Syracuse, N. Yare building a new cents for high school students and Daaeaasaasaaasaaaaalaasaaaaa
will be in-
20 I PElt TEA i' DOWN) 5 YEARS TO PAY second grade girls !: home at Park-of-the-Palms. 13 cents for elementary. 95
third or
vited. Therefore any which they hope to occupy by Oct. Sales on magazines are falling

S. E. M KA Y REALTOR fourth grade girl wishing to joinis I,I 15- They are temporarily living at behind the amount anticipated. Mrs. L. W. Motes of Hollister
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to the first regular I
invited to come Alma Clarkin
Mrs.
''a motel. ,Everyone is urged to help the high -i:;ted her sister.

Keystone Height! Phones 3071 2051 4151 troop meeting to register. school students by buying subFcrpitions. Florahome last Thursday afternoon I

Melrose -- Phone Granite 5-2968 After the organizational meeting.if St. William's Catholic Chapel .

any openings are available second Keystone Height Don't forget the dances after Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price and\

will l be notified- Doris. involved in
graders daughter, were
Sunday Mas at 8:30 a. m. the home football games Friday I
Scout District Meeting Held Here Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. >.. nishts. They are held at the Epis- an automobile accident last Satur- l
The October meeting of District Palatka. Fortunately I
4' \ Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. cocal Parish House. Everyone is day afternoon in
; IV of the Gateway Girl Scout Confessions before all Masses urged to attend- there were no serious In-I j

Council was held at the home of marriages and Instructions ;;1mes. Mrs. R. Thomas Clay of
Baptisms,
the District Chairman Mrs. Fre- appointmcmt.ST. TRINITY EPISCOPAL Fast Palatka, daughter of Mr. and ...
by
mcnt W. Tolles last Monday. CHURCH MELROSERev. Mis. B. J. Alderman was involved ,

/.. Plans were discussed for Girl ANJTS EPISCOPAL in the same accident. I j j
M. H. Breyfogle Vicar ". ilh trade
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Scout activity in Clay and Putnam CHURCH KEYSTONERev. Raymond Winters, son of Mr. | "
Sunday-10 a. m., Sunday
counties. Neighborhood; chairmen I I and Mrs. RaymonQ Winters of
t M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar School; 11:15 a. m.. Morning
Mrs. Eleanor Douglas : Florahome, back in school last I
present were was
Mrs. Gerald \ Sunday-7:30: a. m. Holy Com- Prayer and Sermon Holy Com- Come in and see our complete
nf Orange Park and week after being: discharged from I{
L.TcTt&s munion: 9:30: a. m. Sunday munion each first Sunday; 7:30p. ..
\ Kelly of Green Cove Springs. Mrs. Glendale Hospital in Palatka th:;
School; 9:30: a. m. Morning Prayer m. Young People meet. II stock of and
,r. A. Ginn Jr. of Palatka was unable first: of the week.A Hotpoint Appliances
and Sermon (Holy Communioneach Holy Days-10 a. m. Holy Com-
to atttend. luncheon honoring Mrs. Homer -
first Sunday]; 6:30: p. nu mimion.wvvyyyyyyvyyyyyyyvvvvvY. I
Field Director wide selection of TV Sets.
Miss Nancy Brown. People meet. B. Sikes of Grandin was given '
and Professional; Girl Scout Young by Mrs. Germaine Hoffman at the
Days-7:30 a. m. Holy
Holy
/ r a. arnounced the fall meeting of the Town House in Palatka last Sat- :

Yl Gateway Council to be held Communion.COMMUMTI. I' BROOKER urday. The following guests were I Watch The World Series

Thursday evening. Oct. 15. at the CHURCH present from Interlachen: Mrs. I

l 'e Peninsular Life Building in Jacksonville KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Wilma Garrison. Mrs. Lucille Wil- With Us

at 8 p. m. The program By Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ loughby, Mrs. Whilhelmina Rash, I In Color

wil: feature highlights of the sen- Albert C. Holt, Minister :MrsHarriet Hunter Mrs. Roberta I Living >

ior Girl Scout Roundup in Color- Mrs J. (,. Hetherintton Bays and Mrs. Virginia Smith. ''I On RCA TV

ado in first-hand reports from Organist and Choir Director Miss Bobby Hodges is visiting The hostess presented Mrs. Sikes

the 16 girls of the Gateway Coun- Sunday School 9:45 &.m. Morn her brother. E. W. Hodges Jr. and i piece of china which she had ,j

cil who took part in the Roundupthis ing Worship 11:00 am. family in Americus, Ga. for several brought from Paris, while visiting I

past summer. CHURCH days. there last summei. Mrs. Sikes is
FIRST BAPTIST
t Two delegates and two alter- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. Mrs. Leona Brown and Mrs. teaching in Melrose this year but '
REDFEARN'S1"Where
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nates to represent the Keystone- Adro Brown and daughter of pas formerly a teacher at Inter- [

THE KEYSTONE Mclrose: Neighborhood at the R. Smith, pastor. Raipn;Starke visited Mrs. E. W. Hodges lachen school.

STATE BANKA Council meeting will be elected at Copeland, Minister of Music and Si. Saturday.afternoon. Mrs. Rosa Brantley entertained

the October Neighborhood Meeting church organist Mr. and Mis. Al Rain of High At dinner Sunday honor of her

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community : which will be held prior to Services: Sunday School 9:45 Springs were Sunday dinner son Warren's birthday anniver- Service Is

Oct. 15.CHURCH. a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. guests of Mrs. Mamie Hodges. ssry. Present were her son and Assured" ? ,,,,, .

Keystone Heights, Fla. NEWS Training Union 7 p. m. Evening In case any of you readers won- daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. .

Member F.D.I.C. First Baptist Church services 8 p. m. this what happened to D. R. Car- Warren Brantley, and family. PHONE 9391 IIIMi TO.Tt sa 10 pR

The Estey Pipe Organ at the "Make church worship a family ter reports from a close friendare Miss Doris Seigler of Orlando Keystone Heights SHOP AJB SAY I IBABS

First Baptist Church will be used affair." that he is married and living spent Sunday in Orandin with her



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I EVERGREEN 1 Presbyterian Church :. n.YY..Yy..y...... 'VasdinMr home with ]his parents. Mr. and
BAPTIST CHURCH !i day.Bobby Frazier of Miami visited : and Mrs. Walter Ratliff MrsH.. Cam.
Sunday School 10 a m. Preachng Sunday Church School. 9:45a. LONG BRIDGE his parents. Mr. and :MrsC.. Fra- and daughter Janet of Starke Bobby Broughton of Gainesville

CHURCH NEWS 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 m. Morning Worship 11 a- m. AND NEW RIVER ,ZHT dunng the weekend visited his parents :Mr. and Mrs. was also home for the weekend.Rev. .
r m. Preaching 7:3 p. m. Prayer \Sermon: 'Privilege and Responsibility. 't ti \ Kenneth Starling of Jacksonville L E. Ratliff. Saturday. and Mrs. George Tyson of
( I vfeetuiff WeU>esdav 7:30 p. m. i iI ? ." Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m.i Mrs R. F. Merritt was home for the weekend.B. Rev. George Tinm of Gainesville : GimesviIIe and their two children

n I .Wednesday Bible study, 730o "A Lesson from Judas." :I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. 1 1i T. Thomas of Starke itl'd will be the guest speaker at spent Sunday with the Tom Le-
m. j I i, !I his brother-in-law and sister. :Mr. the Baptist Church next Sunday. fe\ers family.Mr. .
II Tuesday Circles of Womenof '
I and Mrs. Harley Starling. Sunday. Thomas Judd and Franklin : and Mrs. Carl Jones and
the Church meet as follows: Mrs. Joe Fales and of Pa- ;
AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH NORTH SIDE IIEILBRO.NN IHIISVOH ABY sons \;
Mtjor Thomas of Alachua also] Tcmhnson of Starke visited Eddy :-hTt'r.Irs.. Debbie Hall. spent
; BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH t Nc.: 1 with Mrs. Louise Harden 8 .latka viisted Mr and Mrs. HaroldShiver j jI i ; .
\! ted them Sunday. Stailins.! Sunday- Spturday with his brother-in-law
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morn- p. m- No. 2 with Mrs. Robert Pat-I last weekend. i ij i iI
1 Sunday School li a. m. Morn j Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning ,
Walker Wise of Birmingham Robert Cain. who is employed ojd sister. Mr. and Mrs. Hance
ing Worship 11 a. m. Training terson. 9:30: a. m. No.3 with Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. James Lavender i ij i s
tag Worship, 11 a. m. Tramliip Worship. 11 a. m. Evening \ j i Ala is visiting Mr.and Mrs- M. in Gainesville pent the weekend, Hall of Hampton.
Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship W. J. 8 Mrs.i
Epperson. p. m. went and
Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening Worship Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training j f j fishing Saturday
8:00 p. m. Midweek Prayer 7:30 I Union 6:30 Wednesday Mid-Week '.Lavender claimed the largest fish. '
p.: m. Prayer -Jeetinp (Sundays) p. m. MidWeek Prayr -
Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyonei j Prayer Meeting, Wednes- Service, 7:30: p. m. .It was a speckled perch. I
Everyone welcome. i welcome. day 7:30 p.m. I Thursday CommunicantsClass. Sonny Moody attended the University REMEMBER THIS:
II of Florida football game !
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Friday Choir Practice. at Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. i You can save by termite proofing your new home
.$' ':! Margie Dobbs and daughter -:
'f T' *}o )>.<:'.,, .:%,.''I':'':<.f-: At The TabernacleThe Shelia Mrs. Joe Moody and during construction. It's more effective .
? Mrs.\ Fernie Moody enjoyed a tnp

.1'M: : ; : : ''"''''''' --- tothe Grand Ole Opery in Nash-i I LASTS LONGER, TOO!
t story of the Prodigal Son vile Tenn. recently.Mr. I
1' 'i I was graphically presented for the and Mrs. U. S. Rhoden are ,
had It so Bible lesson ,Sunday morning at
You never ; adding a .new room and a carport
the Gospel Tabernacle. Communien -
tc their newly completed home-
was observed at the close of

\: Powerful i i worship.Throughout the week the services !,daughter Mr.! and Patncia Mrs. Vick of Rhodes Newberry and .> """
; I -.idled the Shiver family and other
will be in charge of Superintendent 6}arv
nend of this community.
Barney E. McRae and the 1 .r s j
I I1r i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merritt and
,, Sunday services will be brought
:
; : Mrs. Nan Merrttt visited Mrs.
t bv Rev. Fred Dodd.
4h f....,. .": _._...* '::<.........:". ... '. I ctenny.Richard recent Jones and. boys of Mac-
\ St. Mark's Episcopal
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'; : Friends of Mrs. Fronnie Moody
V .:;'V." ..: i Ber. Raymond c. MadUala
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1' ". 1; .
: ; will regret that she is ill. We wish
.;::.{ ,. .. ., 9:45 II
.Services
Sunday a.m.
. >y' : ; : 4:!: :; $" I .
hr a speedy recovery.GRAHAM
''.' ,Church School; 11:00: a.m. Morning -,, I

: Prayer and Sermon. ...yyy..y.y.. ..y...., xe
i I Holy Communion--First Sun-
:day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday,
7:30 a.m. i I
Wednesday -7:00 p.m. Choir
Mri. John McKianej
f8I530. Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany and

Bible Study. a..u..uuiu.uuuMr.

and MI"!'. Frank Thomas of
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH i
Sunday visitors of
Hampton were
Ctfr. Call and Christian]
Q 'ls7l ,h.r mother :Mrs. Alice Starling. ,
Minister: Bob L. Badgett
Mr. and Mrs. A. Padgett of
I Sunday Sunday School. 9:45 A
guests of her parents.Mr. .
Hague were
I a.m.; Worship, 10:45: ; Youth Services kX 1
: ; Junion Chi Rho lup( to 111) and Mrs. John Surrency Sun- : k

5 pmChi Rho 111 to 131 6 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS! CHRIST J t. i ri
x C.Y-F. 114 upl] 6 p.m.; Choir LATTER DAY SAINTS" I

practice: 6:45WednesdayJunior: Services each Sundar m old ,
i Choir prac. Masonic Hall on C. Call St. Sun- i, PRIOR PiANNING PAYS
I i lice: 3 p.m.FAITH. i lay School 1<> a. m. Sacrament I II
(Service 8:30: p. m. Everyone wel- I 1
: BAPTIST CHU1tVBI
100 PLUS-=for the ulftmafe fn luxury performanc I Lawtey conn. Contact Florida Pest 1

Choose i i' 2 Over 100 octane p'Y.r..-ttiodrMltwe I A. E. Massey. Pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
featw'' -. -. '- I Bible school 10 a, m. CHURCH Control NOW. Let an j

very bestgasolene SUPIR 5T -roper preer t .O-AQi,rv Preaching, 11 a. m. I Sunday Bible School. 10 a.I I
lerflQ fw l "'" Evening Service, 7:30 p m. m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; i expert termite proof et-
Bible I
for ::: ,_ _. ._. 7:30 Study pm.,and Wednesday.Radio Prayer.Meeting I Evening service 7 p. m., and Pray- I I home.
i er meetng every Tuesday at 7:30: 1 your
MIUMASTEl=Pi1nhat IUGIdI'N .arplcer program, 8 to 8:30 a., !jp. m. John White, pastor. \ AND
your car Stepped up octant "*o inlw9el --: ai. each Sunday over tattoo vii I
"A FLORIDA
d'RGIt Starke. I NEW; 1k1VERBAPTIST H MICALCO. |

SILCOX 1 CHURCH I COMPANY TO --_-
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH '
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship I DESTROY FLORIDA

I Paul W. Murray. pastor. Sever I, Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Bervp. '- PESTS" ._,
miles south of Starke S. R. 100 *. CITIES! SERVICE I Sunday School 10 on a.m.; Worship .i| Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. j I 221 X. TEMPLE .\, .;. PHONE) : WO 4-3)6S!)

I service, 11 ajn.: Training II' .,I
... 705 Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. I Onion 7 pjn.; Evening worship, J,[ CHURCH OF CHRIST
j
I m. i C. L. Overtnrf Jr. Minister!

Wednesday Prayer meeting,. Sunday junday School 10a.

.".. ", ,.... 7:30 pjn. m. morning service, 11 a. m. R p vf re
{ ,:.",'''''-''' It'. ,': -tI : ;:; HANDYKETCHUP 'Everyone welcome. evening service 6:30 p. m.
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I v f -- Ip i- DISPENSER FIRST BAPTIST Church--Starke -,x

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I Rev. Lewis D. Haincs, Pastor
'tfdst for watching thfs amazing I 3 e J
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town 1

demonstration of KeMnator's I Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium WO 9.2301

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.

bffP TURBULENT Washing Action? Sunday School 9:43 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M.

\ ,pp ? I II I Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.
cT-F-: I! }y q: \

i A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU

? $ !i AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH I PRICES 4 9i

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I Every funeral that we conduct .

is a source of sustaining Rr
A + Si F r I I solace and spiritual inspiration l oI I I II II II II

to the family. I
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? a' I I Hundreds of details are managed and economically I

y ? !f attended to that only a trained and careioi
s d A li
I : organization can perform when the urgent need

for serving is at hand.DeWITT I

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mr ,, r : t C. JONES
y I FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
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PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4.2610
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.jnofeven' W.famish the Ugliest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT

[;i *m life Insurance policy in force. Issued by ANY company, as i
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w-MYfASYMK. + : payment la part or>> fa full OB funeral services. Consultation PLYCRON

h I I carries no obligation.HAMPTON. \ d i

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CHRISTIAN CHURCHInvites 1

\ mm i I famousFlRST-LINE tires

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ri', -> with exclusive !
': You ', s pV In safety, comfort and long-run economy it

i E pN" pays to go first class with first line tires! Particularly
Q TURBULINT .
t TOY I t A p I now, when by taking advantage of our

I redaced prices you can pt first-line, top quality -

a WASHING ACTION REVIVALSERVICES I t ATLAS PLYCRONS at ..vi"l. .

Here's the one washing action pe e'toP I Trade NOW!

ell fatties-from dirty, grimy play clothe .v I.
1 I filmiest/ underthings! And heIv riafOrgives y
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der you every other worth-while featnr ,
.. BS welL No other: washera axe 80 YetmtiiloJesbalaewXelvinatolsl !. STANDARDL. I
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1If at 7:30

_.It\G."No.CWmi !-l COME s>alit fl... '4. :, "

GET YOUR_PRBB $ It HOWIShepherd's Each Night j .

i. B., ALVAREZ SERVICE STATION
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.- _' SID SHUFORD'S SERVICE STATION

Radio and TV .. '. .

'CARL GIB BROWNS SERVICE STATION
CLARK EVANGELIST .

PHONE WO i-G!JOl STARKE. FLA. & ..;.. --I. LAMOREE'S TRUCK STOP
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THURSDAY? OCTOBER 8. 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABLE FLORIDA PnnN tt
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fyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNt.W to pay dues and pledges at the Ion the date mentioned. Plenty of choir, Mrs. Mable J. Lee. generalch&alrmaii i Mt. Zion A. 11 E. Church Law- Mrnati..

t ($ OF INTEREST TO COLORED> November. meeting: > 'IN"'. fcod; fun and- entertainment for Sis. Aratsr Williams .tsv win sponsor a "battle ci-song (

i (_ Auxiliary No.':514 ilsoc met* at a.1!. t reporter: 'r' jEbenezer I i I Sunday! Oct. 18, at 8 p. m. In RJE

cITiZENs O BRADFORD COUNTY RJE with PreskJentfL: M. Royal PTA-re-electefan officers with Enlist Church Wfytorium. Featured will be four 0 d

f in charge. Many"n members) the addition1 of Mrs Annette Phillips Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.E. groups. Singing Trumpets. Voices

By Ozora Shell have been addedto the'' roster and as'recording; secretary. President D. Robinson pastor held regu- of Jerusalem Dixie Jubilees and xl

t. t Stcrke! is leading the'Fourth'Division. Lmdza"Brown reported.a very 12f services all day starting with the Singing Wonders. Lynwood

A A.AAAAAA ,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA- - Several members includingthe good meeting: with a fine spirit Church School at 10'.a. m. Supt. I Crawford: will be guest soloist.The
f' '
Juveaflr Meetin!' made during that week if the president plan- to attend the throughout. Most of the- patrons Henry Bryant in'charge. Morning I public is invited and money raised -l i F
mid-winter conference President were concecrnea over the large and evening worship was conducted !sill fce used for the benefit of the
Sophia judging 1 ir: completed in time. Red- "
r\ Most Ancient Matron
Royal stated that all members of
church.
enrollment for teacher the
just one by paster. Report from the I
Royal has just returned from her i white and blue ribbons will be the Auxiliary will be admitted to and hopes that something will be Association was presented by the I _

location in Fort Pierce and is ,awarded. Plan now to take a partin the Bradford County Fair by pre- dene to relieve the teacher-princi- pastor and delegate. At the last at

calling a. meeting of all Juveniles the fair. Therewill be plentyof senting the membership card at pal, BflS S. C. Price.AH, patfofcs meeting of the Federation, the i tiflt@'em
6ti Tuesday Oct.:13 at the Masonic I fun and entertainment for the gate. This fair -is sponsored and parents'are- asked to"attend use"of the choir was voted in. 'ILLiAMSJEWELRY

fisll. AU'members are asked' to everyone.. All of the children will bj the American Legiotf Post 56 the'next1 meeting on Monday, Oct. The next Federation meeting

name prepared to pay dues and be excused to go to the fair on ; rf Starke. Pauline Marshall re- 19 at 7 p. m. Ruby Albert reporter. wilt be held at Ebenezer Baptist

two months endowment: Meeting Thursday afternoon. Rides will be I porter. Church at 3 p. m. Sunday Oct.
will be held immediately after reduced so that they may have letter
f [A to the editor Hampton Training School 18. All choir members of all
school. Jackie Marshall reporter. more than ona. Parents are invitedto WATCHES DIAMONDS
I The following is a true copy ofa churches participating are askedto
attend the fair with the chil- The first meeting of the PTA "
County Fair Exhibits I letter without the heading salu- sing. Choir ,rehearsal will beheld REPAIRS \ i
All schools, clubs, churches or dren. Principal Eddie Thompkins I aation and complimentary close will: be held on Tuesday.Taylor Oct. 20 Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 7 p. m. All Work GuaranteedA. It\W: \ !
Chairman, Fair Exhibit Committee. at 7:30 p. m. Principal
community organizations that I. I from D. E. Williams Consultantin asking all persons to come out. so that it will not interfere with C. Williams
plan to enter exhibits for the .I Instruction State Departmentof revival meeting All members are
:Supervisor:; Shell will be present 142 W. Call St.
American Legion Meet Education, Tallahassee: "Thankyou asked to Sis. Bertis :
Bradford County Fair are asked please attend.
and has a message of importancefor Starke Fla. 3'T ALL.WEATHER
to have them ready by 10 a. mMcrufiry. -i I American Legion Post 314 held for sending me a copy of the everyone.. President Trudie Robinson, vice president in _

Oct. IT.: TaKe them to regular meeting at RJE with Com- BfadlbroT County Telegraph is Durham will have charge of the charge., Ol R. Shell pianist. Ra- Formerly Roberts Jewelry

your nearest school if you cannot minder Julius Royal in charge. unusual for a town the size of meeting for old business.: The election nell English reporter. Ii i I GOOOjiEAR

go to the American Legion BUild- The Fourth Division Commander Starke to ,devote a portion.of the of officers will also be held Battfe: Of Song y
ing on the Fair grounds. All exhibits Robert Mobley was visitor at the paper to the news which you collect at--,--this-- time with installation by

should.be lip by of before :I meeting: Plans were made for the ; and provide. This is A most the supervisor; A project for Increasing STRAWBERRY MULCHING FILM I at only. .

1 p. m. Monday as the out of town mid-winter conference at this. complimentary and praiseworthy the PTA funds will, be 1.5 mils 3 ft. x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roll, Cash with order

judges will come in around 2 p. i j meeting. The building fund drive pnctice. Thank you for sendingme presented by Prmcipal Taylor. All 1.5 mils 4 ft. x 1000 ft. $18.62 per roll, Cash with order I
m. Publication of winners will be | on and all members are asked a copy of the paper. With best
.. I-ins I wishes I am. D. E. Williams Keystone Heights and Hampton Ask for prices of other thicknesses and sizes 95
patrons: are urged to be present
General" Consultant in Instruction. and on time. The meeting willlabt POLY FILM CO.. Inc. Box 957 = Crystal River, Fla. *

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J one hour so there' will be a .r

HELP WANTED WOMEN% Transportation Needed plenty of time to go to the county
THonsands of Florida Women '
Daisy Chandler of South Starkem fair. Christine Clarke reprter. Tidily Agree 6.70 It 15 tube-typA
.
i # tax andrecappable
?st be transported to University plus
CHURCfl NEIL'SFirst : lira
Hospital in Gainesville every other
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORSON Bern Church of Christ I
Saturday. She will have to returnto
First Born Church of Christ
get two pints of blood next 4
JOB TRAINING AGES 18-35 ONLY Elder Flax Howard pastor will W.
Saturday Oct. 17. She was taken

ONE WEEK PAID VACATION by your editor the last time. ThisiS ncld with service Church all day School Sunday at starting 10 a.- Green Stamp Savers i ir fits most Pre-1951 models of Plymouth,

a free service to-Daisy. Who will i
m. local Supt in charge? mornlrlgI Ford Chevrolet, Hudson Nash,
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to th> 'rescue<: ? The County .
HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL POLICY BENEFITS come
I worship at 11 a. m.. Pastor How- Come -
Commissioners are helping thehatpital'ln Out Studebaker
the I
ard in charge. At 3 p. m.
Gainesville is donating
Applications Taken Daily 1:00 P.M.I:00 P.M. Singing Wonders of Jacksonville I
th6 blood:: Worn you help providethe .1 3-T TripleTemperedCord
will give a spiritual program. On DOLLARSAHEAD Proved stronger, safer! Tough,
APPLY IN PERSONMaiuifacturing transportation' ? Call the Bradtad Monday Oct. 11, the Fifth Anniversary r bodies and exclusive Stop-Notch Tread .
County Health Unit today '
< I and sty,,"I will take Daisy Chan of the pastor will begin ) at a price everybody can afford! Stop in today for
K
dler td Gainesville at 8:30: a. m. and continue throughout the week. : t the biggest tire values you 11 find anywhere!
Big Dad Co. Inc. Ministers of the community and sd
Saturday Carnatioir. Oct Club 17. staff reporter. other places will have charge each r '"

,ni=ht. The public is invited to attend ) 9x 6.00xlbftd.lde? SITS 7.10x15 flf* inert Sixe7.60xtSflfiiMft
441 E. Brownlee St. Starke Fla.
The Carnation Social Saving ... model ef Do.
all of these services. Wilheimena !- Hfttfcti of Mf iiiuuiliyofd. .1957 model ef > to Club held the regular meeting Strong reporter. DOLLARS AHEAD. ,Ch..,.",.Nosh Dodge Buick. Hash Sole Chrysler *.**.
Monday ght at the spacious frdeboker olds, Merwry re.ofd', thrdton.cwy M4o1
Alien Chapel AME: Church
home of Bertis Robinson in So. E. Church because prices are low at "- ticK Hvdio .Fotkojtfktockwofl
Allen Chapel A. M.
COLD MONTHS AHEAD Slirke. President Brooks was in Rev. L- A. Sampson, pastor held the fine stores and service t '
charge. After the business session

i social hour was held. Delicious I with final services communion.last Sunday Rev. Sampson closing stations that give S&H $11- $l $1

served by the
refreshments were
;left Tuesday for annual conference Green Stamps.
hcstess. Plans were made to complete -
in Madison. Sunday School
FUEL OIL the birthday celebrations be- .
tirt
Tvbt-typt plus tax and rttoppobfe
will be held Sunday at 10 a. m-
fore the end of the year' and the
i, Christmas Party. All members are Supt. Irene Thomas in charge. -.and DOLLARS AHEAD AGAINwhen PROVED SAFER OH
ll pli Other services will not be held
< asked to attend the'next meeting ,.1-t r C THE "TURNPIKETHAT (; i
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due to conference. Members who S&H Green Stamps ; ------:4:
Monday after the third Sun-
on
WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR plan to attend the conference includes IIf-"I I v "' ;__ ) NEVER ENDS r
day Business of vital importancemust are redeemed for the wonI' \ _
Mother N. L. Pullum and
be transacted. A. R. Jenkins Goodyear's new,
President of District Missionary derful gifts available with

For Quick Service I I leporter. Society Mrs. E. 'V. Givens. Who S&H Green Over I high-speed test
Fiesta Social Club New I9S9 SiHld Stamps. I
will be the pastor of Allen Chapel 2 track at So* Alto
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(, The next regular meeting of ..beek f.- 1500 items of Distinguished I '
next conference :sear is the big --
Texas
the Fiesta Club will beheld at the lures over 1,000 gelo,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clarkin question? E. J. Givens, reporter. ;ittmt of Distinguished' M.rMerchandise from which to -
New Bethel Baptist Church ctundist.. including complet.
So. Starke just off highway flew Bethel Baplst Church Ret. room decoration. designs choose. V.3RE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER ID3!! ..
301. Plans for the Halloween party
DIAL A. B. Vinson, pastor will hold
will be completed at this meeting. .
Word has been received by several regular pastoral services on Sun Since 1896 ... America's Only NitioRwtie Stamp Plat GOODMAN'S
WO day starting. with Sunday School
4-4641 club members that our reporter ( .
at 9:30 Supt. Milton Ellerson in :
f Gloria! Graham is doing fine at
Bethune-Cookman College Daytona charge, morning worship at 11 a. FLORIDA DIVISION SERVICE STATION
Rev. Vinson in charge music
Beach. m. The Sporry and Hutchinson Company Seeber D. Goodman
No. n Mrs. Margaret De-
by choir ,
F. REGISTER & SON Thurston There will School be a preHalloweenparty Sue, president. The Deaconess 1101 Florid* Avt. fun ft. fit.ME U. S. 301 South

: at Thurston Elementary Board is asked to meet at the spcffv AND HUT'':MINSON IWPAN STARKE, FLA.
usual hour President Lizzie Hank- -
School on Wed. Oct. 28, 7:30:
GULF OIL PRODUCTS erson: in charge. We are glad to
A to 10 a. m. For an evening of fun
have Mother Royal back with us"after
and enjoyment come to ThurstonColrinwus
a fine vacation on the Florida -
fhe Impala 2-Door Sport Coupe .
East Coast: with her children-

All board members are asked to

be present so that plans may 'be!
completed for the annual Wo

IiII : man's Day program. Church con-

'F ference will be held on Friday .

night starting at 7:30 p. m. All

s officers and' members are! urgedto

1 attend, business of vital im-

portance must be 'transacted* r-

ryI Evening worship will begin at 7:00p.
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i, S m. Holy Communion will be
14 1\ administered: by the pastor and

officers. All members are askedto

nv I ,-%'- : come arid have their' spiritual

; strength renewed. Pauline- Marti SEE IT NOW AND SEE ALL THESE

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.r j I tt-L1br: + Church regular Bethlehem Bethlehem Rev.services Freewill L. McKay Freewill all day Baptist pastor last Baptist Sun-held [f )@W @)"[[ )cQ] cQ] 0 @[f@[[ ) [h) O [T o 0


day. Sunday school will be held at .

jt the usual hour each Sunday. The

t t following schedule will be observed 'IN THE

during the week: Mon. 7 p. m. : 1960 !
t Faithful Few Club: meeting; Tues. Chevy

7 p. m. choir rehearsal; Wed. 7 .1

''a' HI. prayer meeting:' Fri. 1 p. in.prayer .
t
tf band. I Can Circle each THRIFTIER valve lifters reduce engine>;' noise to i
first: and third Saturday. Everyone new! whisper.
f
invited attend these newHV8 ,
LED THE WAY vices.is Mary McBride to reporter.ser !NEW !

F Antioch Baptist Church asj Ith1U'llf Pow ER

,I i :..' When Columbus landed in the New World in Antioch Baptist Church. Rev. .... Under the hood thrift is accented in anew refinements

George Lee pastor" held regular luggage compartment'New standard V8, engineered to defor the driver
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.. .'.0 ...,_ .1492, it was with three ships totalling 190 tons, services on Sunday starting with liver up to 10% more miles for every

and a crew numbering 88 in all. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt.. gallon while giving you more zest at Everybody will want to be the driver
coffvenience been built into
:.=-:- Clarence Williams in charge. The hag !normal speeds. Or you might choose when he sees the kind of pleasure a i
Today, just one port of the New World he lesion was taught by Sister Arata Che r y s big, vacation-sized luggage its -Chevy's Hi-Thnft 6 turn at the wheel brings. The driver

j Williams and Deacon E. R. Shell. partmentbyteweringtheloadmbthe engine that starts saving the finds Chevy has further cushioned
:j discovered-the United States-has a merchant review Bro. Jessie Williams, remarks height. moment you flip the ignition switch. him from engine impulses by an

fleet with 40,000 times the combined tonnage of by Pastor Led :Morning improved clutch linkage system. Hell
sermon by the pastor music by also find a convenient new parking f

the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria; and a Navy h' 'choif. Mrs.. Louiza Brown NEWspaciousness HEW QUIET brake that automatically returns to
normal height after application.NEAREST .
president During the evening! service I
with 6,000 times the personnel that Queen Isa insideInside
the sermon was delivered' by AND COMFORT TO PERFECTION A

bella's Admiral commanded. H Rev.lgl'1ts' 'Otis. A beantiftn Arnold! .Keystone-sermott was you'll find room and more i LOW-PRICED CAR EVER CAME! I If

f i room. There's room to sprawl in, Thicker newly designed body i
preached from the 23rd Psalms room to'sit tall in-and the roofline mounts insulate you from road shock 1
RECOGNITION OF COLUMBUS
DAY OUR BANK WILL
,. of David. Communion was led by
i bas a respect for hats. A new flatter, and noise,insuring an almost cocoon- I
NOT BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 11 the Rev. Leer, >teasedby' Rev. l transmission tunnel is a boon td the like quiet.Full Coil spring suspension CHEVROLET !

Arnold' and officers Andrew Allen ,. middle man. Here is the kind of space melts bumps as no other suspension t

Elmer Shell and Clarence that invites the family. system can. Oil hushed hydraulic

Mama Prayer meeting embm -, I t.-0- isS lbs DM.Sfcert Own SW -$ pfayi WK-n-f*Um OUtf a,...J.W-Week.*g -n....e SkeNat Cta.l specie!M4*r,October s.CSS-TX.
ing the revival started Monday

1 FLORIDA night.; Preaching win begin eft

t Monday Oct. 12, with Rev. C. J. .. -
Johdsonj pastor ol Macedonia F See ymvr weal authorized Chevrolet dealer f

BANK: ; AT STARKE Baptist Church Hampton In

t M(OF 21IANKIOFTMt EOlprafAnn 04t> '_Eblu FEDERAL CEFOUT IMUftAHCC. CWt fCfc', targe>ine .TflJe.Rev.Dent: Johnson ttias'resides hearmf Cafe Heiidry Chevrolet Co Inc.

.[MIII FEDExAL.LSE.vt SYSTEM the gospel.. preacher each evening -

*Uuilug Oct: rt KHnysrTlJelnU ,
[node for- the combined-annlvct*
210 WEST CALL STREET STARKE, FLORIDA PRONE WO 4.2011
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Boatdrain Baptist Church cele- I II'

brtted its 15th anniversary, Sun-

diy Oct. t, wilh homecoming and I I''

dinner on the grounds- birthday

cake was baked by Mrs. Leonard. 'i% .V.
Doubley of Jacksonville and decorated -'

in .pink and white. Rev..
Curtis Harris, of Green Cove I

Springs preached the sermon and!

Bradford County Singing Conven- !

tion e>ang gospel songs. Rev. Lin- BUS TORNADOES PALATKA'I '
gerfelt of Middleburg a visitor ? vs. I

and taught the adult Sunday w

School_, class.

Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Jones
and. 'cWldren of Florahome were

Sunday* '* visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Park Fri. Oct. P.

and Cebe also Harris attended and Mrs.homecoming.Edna Jones I 9, 8 M.

Mrs. Charity Glisson of Gadara i yS,
Fw
mother of Mrs. Curtis Harris,

was.''also 'a Sunday visitor. .
Mr.-and.Mrs. :A. W. Brown of : Home Games Qut-Qf-Town Games

aiiford visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil

itewe.undaY and attended home-

rpniftg.. .' September 25 Starke 35 Bolles 7 September 18 .. Starke 21 Macclenny 0

Other visitors attending home-

eomlnsr included Mr. and Mrs. October 2 Starke 35 P. K. Yonge 0 October 16 Perry There I
Arch* and
Prevatt and children '

alt Mrs.of Thelma'Jacksonville.Wood and son Jerry, ALL TICKETS AT GATE $1.25 October 9 .. Palatka Here October 30 Lake City There !

"'Mrs;: G. W. Strickland and chil- October 22 Live Oak Here I i
dren' of Bunnell were guests of November 6.. Fernandina Beach There

lie r. ,.brother-in-law and sister, November Santa Fe Here 'I
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Mr. and Mrs -Willie Green. Saturday : November 20 Green Cove Springs There I

:
he.-8redford County Singers Student Tickets Purchased at School -

t $ill be *ith us at Boatdrain,Baptist -

Church Sunday. Oct. 13 for of Game .. 75c -
Day
morning services, dinner on the .
grounds and singing in the after- i!

noon. Everyone is welcome. ii-
ALL OUT
Mn. Mildren Griffis: is in Bun- i

npi} visiting her sister Mrs. G. W- All Children Grades 1 thru 4 .

Strickland.We: .
ate'&'Om that our pastor's :
Admitted Free if
wife, Mis. Orville Brookins. could Accompanied ,

not attend, homecoming. She is i ; d

confined to her thane with art injured by Parents FOR THE

'"foot. suffered "in a'. recent

fa'l.! : ,; .
Mr. :and Mrs. Bill Onann of

Stariwand: ; Mrs and Mrs. CarlHtoa'Il
of Raifcrd were guests of

Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Rowe. of Griffis ,
Loop Sunday. d
The WMU of Boatdrain Baptist
churtiitkiii'fneetvTuesday. : Oct. Best Wishes To:The TeamRITCH'S A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes!

13, 4"8 p President Mrs. Jeff
Smith invited all ladies to attend. Our Support
FRUIT & GIFT SHOP SHUFORD'FRUITS S STANDARD SERVICE
Sunday\ School attendance wentovtr'108.per
cent Sunday. JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY

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We;lire: happy to have Mrs. Jeff GIFTS: POTTERY AND NOVELTIES, STATION
Bftutriiback in church with us "

atti f Her prolonged illness. Compliments! Of
)B ist.Church
ttfralu'lJap f : :

."Sunday School..'10 a. m.: Morn- Be Present Friday Night To'Cheer Our Boys, On! ._, Best Wishes From
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in* Worship 11 a. m:: Training STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES, Inc.

Union;*'e:30: 'p. m.; Evening Wor- BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN
ship; 7:30 p.mand Prayer meeting COMMUNITY STATE BANK

every Wednesday at 7:15 p. m.

BcyOrville<-* Brookins, pastor.Eteryone.welcome. OF STARKE --
Were Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!
Best Wishes Team


., r MEMBER F.D.I.C. .- LAWSON'S MARKET
AOTICE WILLIAMS JEWELRY
:) OTICE.is hereby given that the
State Board of Education of Florida.
Pursuant to Law will offer for sale.
for--competitive bids, in the Board EXPERT WATCH REPAIR;
Iloom:6t, the Governor's, Office.CapUpt Best Wishes From
SILCOX CITIES SERVICE
PuildUiK Tallahassee. Florida. ,
.
,-,t 19:30 A. M: October 27. 1959.; '
the-r :lowin&" dSTil>ed land in FLORIDA THEATRE Best Wishes: To The Team
Orattord t:4tintS'Forida, to-wit:
'YEy" of SE 4 of Section 16. .,.j Come On Out And Boost Our Team!
TbWr.\lhlp"7 7 South lUnge :: East. .
-- TERWILLEGAR
C 61Teres.Sad MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVERLet's __ MOTORS
mailed bids will be opened I
and read: at the sale, the highest tol -A
>%' starting' bid -tor public -auction.
Mailed.bids will lie received, by State Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
Land Office Room 114. State .
Capitol. 'TaJlahat' le.! Florida. I
Support The Tornadoes
,The Micceafful bidder i is to pay' SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
the c,>!st of advertising. and documentary -
stamps: Support The Tornadoes: With Your Presence
!The Nile if and when made, shall
be-: subject to the Board reserving STARKE TELEPHONE CO. -
untoItself 73 per' cent of the phosphate I B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.
; minerals and metals and 50 i -
Best Wishes From
per. cent of 'the petroleum thereonor
,
thereunder. ,
'IThe State: Board of Education re-
gtrvrs'thj.right to reject ,any and BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE
all bids. Good Luck Tornadoes,!
BY 'ORDER of the State Boardof Best Wishes From
Education of the State of Florida.
.. LeRoy Collins ".'. '
Governor STARKE RADIO &TV
ATTEST Tlibs D. BaileySuperintendent ;. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
'., of Compliments OfSMITTY'S .
Public Instruction :
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BARBER SHOP i
'NOTICE TO UKFF.ND
1m Ctrrnlt Court, Bradford Coo; . : I. Ckanwry.
: Case 1\.. t-'nH
Raphael Campbell. Plaintiff vs. MOENCH G.E. APPLIANCES DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
tiattre Lee Campbell Defendant, .

: Mattie NOTICE Lee TO Campbell APPEARTo whose -:: .....:-__.. ..:. -- -- Best Wishes From I
residence and address is: Unknown. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS
You, are. hereby notified that a EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKET
suit> tor divorce has been filed against -
you In the above named Court Come On Out And Boost Our Team!
and-cause and you are required to Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
serve a copy: of your answer to the
complaint 'Pn the Plaintiffs Attorney -
E. K. Perryman Starke. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL A Good Team Like The Tornadoes
VOLLEY
Florida. ;nd' file the original in the STARLING'SGROCERY
ftffloe of the Clerk the Circuit Deserves Your Support
:ti dar of & CHEMICAL COMPANY
CCUBI,on or before the
October. 1J39;, other .5e the allegations WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE & MARKET
of said Complaint will be
takee'aa confessed by >ou.-
This notice hall be published
crice each week for four consecutive
Keeks'In the Bradford County Telegraph Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game' Best Wishes Tornadoes!
Everybody Out For The Big Game!
Dated this ;j day of September. -
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1959(SEALXJ! CATE-HENDRY CHEVROLET CO. FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

"I'CUARLES A. DARKS WARREN'S SUPER
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court SHELL STATION i
.?By Marian t Crosby.
Deputy Clerk .... i f
9,21; 4t 10H5 ..
Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Let's Support The Tornadoes
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1.'ttrruit; C rt. Rradford feisty Best Wishes From
Florida !. CnaBrery. .
Cue ilea 1-114
Marie L. tag: Plaintiff Vs John KOCH DRUG STORE GEM JEWELRY HART FURNITURE CO.
JL Page Defendant. '
I
NOTICE APPEAR N. L. WOODBURN I
To: John H. Page. whose residence
The House Of Fine Diamonds
and address is: UNKNOWN. I
You are hereb.t\oUfled'lhat a suit Starke's Leading Jeweler ,
for divorce custody and control of
minor child has been filed against Compliments Of Good Luck Tornadoes! II
you In the above named Court and I
cause and you are required to servea
cods the compliant of'your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleadingto STARKE HARDWARE CO. V Best Wishes Team J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc. .

Attorney E. K. Perryman, Starke
Florida and file the original in the
..vrn-. of the n-rk of the circuit SPORTING GOODS THE FARMERS SUPPLY I
CJ1tI't.on. or before the 19 day of -
()(oil ber. 1959; : otherwise! the allegation ., ... Best Wishes To The Team
of..Aid .Complaint..... will be *
tpVon n- *nnfa hv: r-nn.
This notice shall be published once : CAUFFMAN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE
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each week for four consecutiveweek's : Support The Tornadoes With :Your Presence '
la"the Bradford. County Telegraph. Onward Tornadoes!

Dated. this It day of September STATION
.11! !ISEAL HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO r I GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION '
(' .' ). 5 t211est Madison Street
CHARLES A. DARBT.OWi .
; of the (.i.'it Ponrt .
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