Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Blight:;: lights beckoned young the week, however, fair officials "
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and old to the Bradford County -xpect all attendance records to ;. 4 ; 'I'
be broken.
Fr grounds this week, although
r 4 I With a shortage of exhibit space sa
I :-('jtteied showers on the first s
more evident than ever this year. >

time clays cut attendance some- interest i has been renewed in obtaining ,

t \\rut- an adequate exposition

r : : ( t'lit' p'Pather1'ins seems to foltUlldln 1 <,* before another year rolls Y !', .; ,
Q io the fair, '
-I although the opt"'nalf und. -

# x-t, tug dale was advanced this fall A pony parade Saturday will a
in the hope of missing the rains. highlight the closing day of fes- '

If skies clear the remainder of tivities.



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Commission Stands Pat In Street Deal w e "'- ;
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Rejects New Proposal By Wood f t t .{ ,- _' : I It a :6s

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Bradford County Commissioners stuck by their guns z ry M1yif '

'" :. jr" I Monday night and once more refused to accept KeystoneClub

I Estates streets for maintenance in spite of "political

i aT r pressure" at l least two members of the board said was being

brought on them to try and force 'their compliance. j I At left above: )Ir... Smith l> -Viw. enierginrychairman / lC'h..in' exhibit: cor Bradford County Negro Schools.!

9 The boaid's action, in effect, rejected I. of Bradford County lI""Iitaltnilitr", Lower left: Mathew riffis, youthful rattle .
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a the latest proposal of will always give trouble. 1:
i George D. Wood, Jacksonville developer Commission members "reading I puts finishing! touches I on that organisation exhibit hibilor sips cold drink a* he studies art exhibitby

: of the new subdivision between the lines," thought the depicting topical hospital staff. local painters. Three portraits at right air by

i : just west of Keystone Heights in 'office memorandum implied that i j AlHixp riJ'htnn.... Greene, home demonstration .'.. F. Demorest loner one I is Zsa Zsa (labor.Loner .

.-- ? Bradford: : County that the base of FHA would g"o ahead with financing right: CVIeste DeVoe test her "Electrie
ii-" \ homes in the subdivision if office secretary, and Mrs. II. R. Hamilton. HOC I. ( ."
the controversial streets be repaired -j I { at booth sponsored by t'F Agricultural Ex

where necessary, and anew White's recommendations were member take notes on bridal outfit shown in f"If'n..ion Service.
wearing surface applied. complied with whether or not -

t Wood had filed with the Commission Bradford County officially accepts.f 'NON WHISPERING' HOPEElectrician
a letter from DuVal Engineering the streets for maintenance.

Co. 6f Jacksonville the contractors Also not clear to the board was

stating that after this its course of action in such an I

work was done the company would eventuality. One members remarked Says
execute a 12-month maintenance that "whether legally responsible Mayor

New Thrift Shop Has Goods Will SellPat bond binding it to correct any or not property owners will
failures to the pavement other look to us and pressure will be

than direct damage resulting from brought on us to maintain those Makes WildAccusations
Cauffman, Helen P:1I'ron'l j morning. from 9 to 121I's, PateraSn'is ;sold! at a modest price to the" pub I misuse or' inadequate design. .I > itreets."

and Ann Snell add chairman of workers and lic.
Betty Warren : The board's action in rejectingthis
In bringing the issue to a vote,
finishing touch by nailing up sign Mrs. Snell chairman of building In moving to its new location latest proposal came after Co.nmi-ssioner H. A. Bishop Jr. [ Norwood W. Hope, vice president I 1 I though he received only the keep a master electrician the
and clothes.Profits the Junior Club expressed I on
on the new location of Junior appre- M. G. McMillan and K. R. Willits.! I paid. "We paid for this advice of Jim Hope Electric Co., Hampton project. Morgan said. fob at all times In order to do
ciation to Starke Builders ,
Woman's Club Thrift Shop at 128 from operation of the Supply engineers employed by Commission [from the engineers 1 and we j Gainesville, accused Starke Mayor Actually. the two jobs cost no work here.
J & J Builders Gnann
shop are used by the Junior Club Supplies : to inspect the streets and should take it." ;W. Jackson of making "wild acIcusations" more than if Hope had done them rt. Wasdin
j a member of the
N. Con it Street. Plumbing Co., and Priest's Store
make a recommendation restated Chairman Harold Norman said,I : in the latest exchange both, although there
to finance fat iou club( projects, was an original -local electrical board, said he told
The will in its new for donations of material and to
open their position that the streets 'We told him I Wood! we wanted of charges and counter charges ; : difference of around $1.100,I Hope he would have
location this at Jt including several charities. Donations Lex Green for building to maintaina
Saturday a.II1 the
making were unacceptable for maintenance -I the work done to State Road Department cvr an alleged "shut-out" Hope Morgan said. I "place of contact"
and will IK each Saturday of clothes aie received and available at low rental. I I here and
open claims caused him to lose
I I unless the entire surface specifications- and I a contract Hope still insists he was told the job would have to be under

treatment: was removed and thF don't feel we should accept themif as low bidder on a schoolwiring i;>, that he would have to maintain a i the "supervision" of a master elec.

Lion's Governor bate reworked and reshaped after they weren't done right. i job in Starke. I I II[ place of business in Starke and ti=rian.
Fourth Man 300 AttendRuralUrban I' proper curing. They said there Bishop's motion to once more 'i Mayor Jackson last week wrote i I I!

Visits Local Club was a definite lack of bond between reject the streets for maintenance Hope that "In my opinion the -

the base and surface treatment was seconded by Commissioner ;,CUy of Starke has given you the Tornadoes Tackle Strong Live Oak

Qualifies For Day due perhaps to the wont M. O. Harrell and unanimously same reception that the City of

j, being done in a rainy period. carried. Commissioner E. L. Crawford :;I Gainesville; has given some of our ,,

I i I The Starke Rotary Club's annual AlcMillan said, "A patched up and Jessie R. Chastain were j|'kcal electricians who have attempted Here After '

Trustee Post i Rural-Urban fish fry, a street is a patched up street. Anytime not present due to their attend-I :to" obtain licenses in Tonight -39-0 Perry Win

I traditional highlight of Fair you can go to a newly paved ance at a state convention of commissioners |:Gmesville. I II I

Week was up to its usual stand- street and pick up the surface liken in Orlando. An incumbent member of the' Bradford High Tornadoes blew ctipe Fullback

Emory L. Brown of Hampton aid of success Wednesday in spite j carpet, there's something McMillan said that he will pre- Gainesville City Commission t lue! Perry Bulldogs into the pound barreled over to Marion add six Cottle

soi in under the wire late Satur- I:of a drizzling lain that failed to wrong." He said that patch work pare a set of specifications for the !i Hope replied that "I emphatically :apt Friday night and locked the points" to the total. A more

day to qualify as a candidate jn I I:cut attendances done on the streets several weeks Bounty to be governed by in the ;: challenge the validity of this door to the tune of 39-0. Sneak by Harvey Tanner quarterback

th- School Trustee election to beheld crowd of more than 300 Bradford ago is already deteriorating.A acceptance of all future subdivision j, ::tatemmt." He said he did not After a slow start during the for the extra point. was good
farmers, Rotarians agricultural plats where the county will be know whether Mayor Jackson had
here Tuesday Nov 3Brown's new note was injected into first half of the non-conference The Bulldogs
workers from this and surrounding expected to maintain streets. j Ibein I given the wrong information' were forced to
entry into. the contest the controversy Monday night by '1. game played in Perry. the Tornadoes punt again after unsuccessful
i counties, and other In other action the board passed or was just making "wild accusa:
board Mc- buckled down
transmittal to the by to business in
makes a field of four from which ivies and BHS took
on -
gUtsts gathered to eat fish and up a proposal of property ownersto tions" when he intimated that ,
\oters will elect three men to Millan and Willits of a copy '' I tie second half and boosted theirS : 48. The Tornadoes
j i hu-rhpuppies and hear Congress- trade 150 feet of frontage on Starke electricians had been given again
wave as countywide trustees. A. a Federal Housing Administration :son record to four wins against skirted! ends,
'' smashed the line
man I Billy Matthews praise the Little Lake Santa Fe in return the run-around in Gainesville. ,
received by loss-
otfice memorandum
L. Green of Biooker and John AT I. nee a.id plowed their
farmer as the last best hope of for three county-owned streets on "I appreciate your turning the way to paydirt.
;>rode had Previously qualifiedas them, dated Oct. 2, 1959- Tombo Smith was chief ground- Dugger carried
tree private enterprise.S :Big Lake Santa Fe. The 150 feet matter over to the City Attorney; over from the nine
gamer for the Tornadoes, adding
candidates to succeed themselves Written by John D. White. area for the fourth touchdown
of the
L. Peek Jr. ; is owned by Guy Andrews land I forward to :
president of the suggested am looking
of : l;i yards in 10 carries. Richard
on the board. while II. C. I street and drainage engineer, same-
A Florida Bank at Starke presented i Starke realtor, and members hearing from him on this matter,"
Hurley of Lawtey had qualified w I the Tampa Insuring Office I IFIlM] I! Duger gained 87 yards in 9 tries; ; Perry seemed to gain
I fear a surgeof
Llovd J. Green with an award for of the board Hore continued. ;
Tanner 50 in 5 and John11'
'or the vacancy created by the District Governor Dan Swartzof to William T. Pennington, director much .farvey : power in the last period and
his contribution to the soil conservation that it would require too j| City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr.
Devote 43 in : and Marion
death of O. J. Phillips. of the Jacksonville Insuring ; herd the
Jacksonville paid an official : could be used for Tornadoes scoreless until -
before it told The
program in Bradford filling : Telegraph yesterday
C-Jttle. 38*in 8. Sam Gardner. who
Also on the ticket will be the visit to the Starke Lions Club I Office the memo said: "It is my I I The board de- ,;ith.it he had the final minute of the game.
,County. recreation purposes I read Hope's original
added to previous knee injurybv .
recommended millase levy of 8 Thursday night. Oct. 15. Purpose opinion that the condition of the I Starke scored on a Dugger end
i other. property
I In describing the fight that is ,I "ided: to wait litter but had not yet replied to spraining his left ankle in the
mills for the current fund. and his streets does not warrant com- r"n from Perry's
ol visit was to advise and as- who have asked the board I'it. two. but failedin
i: improve :
bemg waged by Congress to owners first accounted for two
two mills for building and busroferve. [I the lot of the small farmer, to close the three are j joa i In his first letter Hope had asked 'ards in one carry.
Voters\ have the I advocated by the County, that the extra
privilegeof matters pertaining to Lions ad- that a more point.
(Congo Matthews laid most of the : in the hope whether examinations given by Perry obviously handicapped by
approving the recommended rninstration and the Lions International -!I blame for the farmer's present ary deficiencies will show up in suitable site might be offered.A the Starke examining board were 'lif absence of its injured star Perry's final chance to score
millagc. or writing in the levey a year's time which can be corrected submittedby was: diverted as sophomore quart-
program of'arieti humanitarian low bid of $1.600
I plight to the Republican administration open for inspection if the person quaitrback. Mac Laundy, received -
they desire. &vices. at the end of the maintenance Co- of Gainesville i erback Irwin Martin who played
i i and Secretary of Agri- that the interest Benton Awning Racing the examination agreed to the initial kickoff. After two
The trustee election will be hVld culture Ezra Benson. He said that period was accepted for removal of !''such action.I 1 unsuccessful plays and a recovered a bang-up defensive game inter-

in conjunction with a special Pecan AuctionsTo lout of 481 bills introduced in Con- of FHA will be adequately above old awnings and canopies on business I Thomas told The Telegraph fumble the Bulldogs had to punt. cepted a Perry pass and did magnificent
election also set for Nov. 3, for I gross in the interest of the farmerat protected by following" buildings in Lawtey. and re- that in his opinion the examinations Bradford took over on the Perry job of broken field run-

approval or rejection of a proposed the last session Secretary Benscn outlined procedure. placing with new Styview awnings ': would not be open for in- 35 and set a sustained drive ting to the Bulldog's 16. Cottle

constitutional amendment Start Soon had approved only eight. He The procedure recommended by with 56 inch projections. The bid :..sp-xtion since this would make tc paydirt. Halfback up Richard Dug- smashed his way to the goal line

changing: the apportionment form- First pecan auction of the new gave several instances in which White was that: also includes patching and painting ;'public! the questions asked and it ''Str plunged over from the two and went over to score the final

ia! in the Florida Legislature. : Benson had used his influence in 1. The soft base be reworkedand store fronts. in addition to : would then be necessary to work halfback Tombo Smith skirt- touchdown. Du?ger. a tremendous

season will be held Thursday Nov. i having President Eisenhower veto the street resurfaced in the the 135 linear feet of awning.A 'up a new set of questions. i td and right end to make it 70. runner throughout the game. car-
5, at the Starke Farmers Market, i' Brewer, II I ned to chalk up the extra point.
ATTEND YOUIJ? important farm legislation that vicinity of the ponding basin; letter from James A- School Superintendent H. P. Rest of first half was a scoreless -

according to announcement yesterday I had been approved by the bust 2. That the obvious deficiencies State Road Department engineer I!Morgan this week corrected a I nip and tuck with each team I I Meet Live Oak Here

Bradford County by J. R. Wainwright man- t[Agriculture Committee of which 'along the curb line and at : sad that construction of U. S. i! statement in The Telegraph of exchanging the ball through fumbles j I I Back tonight I Thursday 1 on
ager. y \ I Matthews is a member. the entrance of the subdivisionbe 301 widening project has advancedto {Oct. 15 quoting him as saying it : pass interceptions, and I home ground the Tornadoes will

FAIR The Congressmen praised Brad- repaired with limerock base such a stage that it will be necessary ''Cost: ; the taxpayers of Bradford thwarted drives. For a while it lace their stiffest opposition of
The II
auctions will continue eachTh1rNiay
ford County for its efforts to re- material well compacted and resurfaced to remove the overhangson 'County more than $1.000 dollars seemed: as if the Bulldogs were a the season (except Palatkal 1 when

FINAL DAYS fhent'olumt'as long as there is suf- I Ivtre the strawberry industry here, with a double surface store awnings in Lawtey to because the board was not permit- fiir match for the invading Torn they meet the formidable Live.Oak
Wainwright said. ,
:and also the remarkable progress treatment of the proper grade: provide for construction of curb \I Ud to accept Hope's low bid. adoes. eleven.
Starting time will be 1 p. m-. and I' He I Although Live Oak lost to Quincy -
that has been made in the and and
pine gutter Morgan explained that although
FHAa in the
Business early
Friday SaturdayThis growers are asked to bring nuts 3. That the sponsor give picked up 14-7
obstructions last week it wa an upsetthat
these -
tree industry. the board to have this difference in bidsas
;, letter [ if considered asked ( existed the third quarter. After a short kick-
in early so they can be weighed. land neces-I I Nov. 1. The should have been won by the
Matthews introduced by removed by after
; was originally received Hope
Wainwright said that nuts sary, a maintenance bond en by the Bulldogs and a brief
are I!Col.! J. A. Griffin who had charge I new awnings must have 9-foot was ruled ineligible to do the S'l 'annee County team on the
already being bought at the market effect that he will maintain the Tornado run. the ball rested onperry's
:;of the Rural-Urban Day events. clearance from the sidewalk and work, the local firm Ace Electric basis of strength.Cattlemen .
40 line. Bradford'shardcharging
Contributed for the convenience of grow- streets for a period of one year yard
Space .5 who want to sell now. Pricesare I County Agent G. Huggins served an.* at the expiration of the maintenance are to be set back two feet from Co. agreed to accept the contract halfback Smith
as master of ceremonies. the curb of the new construction.The for the Urged
$2.800. figure originally
make hauled the 11 for
will the pigskin to a
Weekly to Publicize ranging from 23 to 28 cents, period, that he
Guest were welcomed tothe event board voted to advertise a 'bId by Hope.
out will likely go higher after such repairs as may be necessaryin quick first down Brokenfield run- To Attend Meet
by Rotary president T. A. Yawn. public hearing to be,held on the I There was $800 difference between '
Community Events by nuts dry out and quality improves: the opinion of the FHA inspector rer Johnny Devore wriggled hisway
,, We inw right said. CARD OF THANKS who will make an inspectionof request 'of A. D. McDavid of Hope's low bid and the original through would-be tacklers on The Florida Cattlsmen's Association
the end of the Brooker for closing a portion of bid of Ace. The other $300 the next play and went in for the annual
THE The I The kindness and sympathy of streets at the is holding its meet-
COMMUNITY manager advised
growers the former Miller -
tung grove property. saving was a discount to be given
'!'neighbors and friends in maintenance period rcore- ins at Silver Springs. Oct. 27, 28,
i to spread nuts out to dry as soon our re- McDavid owns the property by Hope if he were awarded both :
STATE BANK Perry tried desperately to gain :22.
I rent sorrow will always remain White said he inspected thestrt'ets
as they are gathered. Due to the along both sides of the portion he the Starke school"'I Science de- after the
yardage: Starke kickoff,
I wttSS us a precious memory. Our on Sept. 29. Pat A. Miller president of the
OF STAKKE wet weather is seeking to close, and said no I partmentl: ) contract as well as a but forced to
they are likely to j sincere thanks and gratitude for Engineer Willits told the board. was punt. The Tornadoes Bradford County Cattlemen, larkin
cne else uses this particular segment Hampton school contract.
i nod! or even sprout, if sacked up I jell those comforting acts. John "If a street needs patching afterit Morgan set up another sustained ? for as many members aspossible
without drying he said. !' I of road. i said. It developed however that drive and chalked up first downs > to attend this Importatttmeeting.
Fuqua and children-
is two or three months old, it I I Continued On Pace 6] Hcpe allowed this discount al-I continually down to the two-yard .

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Mr. and Mrs. A. of W. N. North and Phil
; I C. Dowling he rs. son Billy,(First Baptist Wesleyan GuildThe r Beta Sigma Mrs. Mary Reddish of Lawtey
I i tte State Farm were last Friday spent the vs kend In St. Petersburg ( >? staying with her daughter. Mrs.

. i if dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. : with her mother, Mrs. Nell Circle Meetings Wesleyan Service Guilds l Beta Sigma Phi orcr.tyill Logan Baldwin and Mr. BaldwinI

i H. Scoggins. Beavers. (Held TuesdayMission and the Methodist WSCS will ,hold its Ritual of Jewels Monday I Starke. \
iI I Mrs. Pauline Torode has returned Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse for- I evening at '7:30 o'clock 'at the Dr. and Mrs. R. s. Mullins and
it I have a covered dish and
from a month's trip to Cali- mer Starke residents will be weekend study books were dis- supper [home of Mrs. Ned Yancey followed family moved in with the Henry

1 THE NEWS t 101 nia. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. ;I tnbufed by Mrs. E. D. Tcnly Sr. study course next Tuesday eve- I by dinner at 301 Restaurant. Godwins Wednesday until their

t Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining were Truly. Mr. and Mrs. Morse are; and an Intercessary Prayer Lea- ning.Miss I :new home on Road 100 is finished.

I I.T. in Dt:land Monday visiting Mr. enroute to their home in Eau Gal-; gue was started at a meeting of Polly Lassiler of Perry I ALTAR SOCIETY j Mr and Mrs. Paul Shavers and

..... ..r-r__ -- ... 0'Mrs. and Mrs- J. C. Vining and family. lie after visiting their son-in-law I the Annie Armstrong Circle of the will give the course on "People. I St. Edwards Altar Society will Mrs. Mildred Thomas of Jacksonville -

W. A. Stern and Miss LouIse Mr. and Mrs. R. A- Green and Mr1 and Mrs. B. T. Thomas entertained :
: i ; Sterfr attended the orchid family of Tavares and Mrs. J. 18 guests at a buffet !!Simpson and family in El Paso 'night, Oct. 13. This first meeting 6 o'clock in the sanctuary= of the I 8 clock in the Parish Hall Laura COlley and family

H. Hooten of Eustis spent the dinner Wednesday evening for Texas.! :of the new year was held at the Methodist Church. The covered' -- -
show in"Jacksonville on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Hayes: of Mi- William Eckart of dish will ''be held at 71
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mr. and Mrs. home of Mrs. Wesley King. supper
Mrs. j. R. Hixon spent last Hutchings. ami. New York are visiting Mr. and After the program, presented O'clock in Fellowship Hall with

. Wednesday to Sunday with her' -r'. B. Beard. Sr. and Fred Glenn Singer Sewing; Machine: Needles!|I Mrs. Fred Leonhard for a week. I by Mrs. Charles Darby, a short the study course concluded after ;

: parents Mr.fend Mrs, W. P. Moore ;, wire in Tallahassee last Wednesday at Denmark Furniture Co tf Miss Martha Holliday and j i business meeting was conducted the supper. intiii1&fftI! i
Chattanooga.- : :Mrs Irene Roberts and Mrs. J- S
in -Tezin. : to Friday on business.Mr. 'George Baisden of Jacksonville ''by Mrs. King, leader, and Mrs. Invited to attend the course!I

a. Sally Smith underwent a ton 1l- :: and Mrs. Ben Hall were B. Boaz of Palatka were visitingMr. end Mrs. Henry Carter of Max- ,Eustis McKnight, co-leader. with the local group are members -

S ertomy in Bradford County Hospital hosts to 20 friends and neighbor and Mrs. Herbert Thomas on \.lle were Sunday dinner guestsof Refreshments were served by from the Waldo. Lake Butler and

. on Tuesday. at a fish fry at their home Mon- Saturday.; Mrs. Effie Johns. 4 i the hostess. Lawtey churches.
Attending the Ford Motor Co. S
S Replace your old sewing machine day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar of Lottie Moon Circle met at the I

: belt with a new Singer Belt' MrsMildred Chesser is a medical meeting at the Robert Monday Meyer '''Panama City spent the weekend ,home of :Mrs. Lex Green with ten I !

. from Denmark Furniture Co. tf patient at Doctor's Hospital. Hotel were Clyde in Jacksonville TeTillegar.Iyron on with Mrs. Morar's parents, Mr. n embers present. Mrs. N. B. Roster f i Tuck's Drive In

Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Mrand Mrs. Comer Perryman and Mrs. H- A. Lawson. :1 was in charge of the program. :
: family of Starke and Mr. Prevatt Jr.. Jimmy Rowe, andD. .
and Mrs.
of Jacksonville were weekend i Mr. and Mrs. W. F herlong Lorena Epperson circle met with I i LM4 .
L. Thompson Jr. Specializing In N
H. T- Smith of Lyons. Ga. ,
spent quests of Judge and Mrs. E. K. wwe in Fort White Monday visit- Mrs- M. H. Sheppard with 14 i' .N .t
Mrs. M. H. Lang is a patient in
: the weekend at Salt ,
Springs. i!!PC nyman. Bradford County Hospital. ing Mr. and Mrs. T- J. Layfield.Mr. ;, BUSINESS MEN'S .rI,.,..NNfNJ NN i r
: Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard, Jr. Mrs Carlton Chastain and Mrs.J. Mrand Mrs. W. H. Thomson and Mrs- Inman Green|program :

i and family of Sanford were visiting S. Sapp were in Jacksonvillelast and family of Monticello spent .spent Wednesday to Saturday in I mond. Mrs. Frank Mitchell and|I II LUNCH a

:. Mr.and Mrs. Beard Sr. over Wednesday visiting Mrs. S. E. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.F. Miami and visiting Mrs. Louis j Mrs. A. E. McKinney were named

.. tne weekend. Reyes.: F. Stump.Mrs. I Bell in Lake Worth. 'to the telephone committee. Mrs. THREE VEGETABLES 7S
. .. Martha Snellen and Mrs. Mrs. Clyde: Sinclair and daugher. :Merrill Edwardz was elected Sun- ivkfII111

Effie Alderman attended the : Evelyn: visited Mr. and Mrs. s ..ne chairman. I 75c and $J.OOPARK (

; All Types of Pest Control Work 1 in American Jacksonville Cancer Wednesday.Society meeting ;Grady the weekend.Mr. Cook .in Waycro&s, Ga. over Helen morning Masters at circle the church.met Tuesday The- \ ....

. I Ivliss Lillian Stump was visiting and Mrs. Mark N. Herlong II members present heard Mrs. J. With the New 3000 Speed Polaroid land Film

P stewardship.Mrs.
give a on
in Eau Gallie of Jacksonville were I
: TERMITE CONTROL ,Mrs. Richard Fowler ard family 1
PEST AND RODENT Griffin circle ,
A. president
from Sunday to Wednesday.Mr. \-53iting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- J.
Household andCommercial CONTROL and Mrs. James C. Lovett.Jr. i I krg on Sunday i encouraged members to take the w STARKE FLA. and the Polaroid Repeating WinklightNow \

. of Del Rio, Texas spent Tuesday -i! Extra Bobbins save time-Stoct p i leadership course by class or individually -

... Free | and Wednesday with Mr.Lovett. up with Singer Bobbins at Den.1 I Mrs. J. E. Hildebran pre- we have the amazing 3000 speed Polaroid Land film
Inspections and Estimates .
. i Sr. I mark Furniture Co. tlMisses p}fBilled the program assisted by I SUN.,- MON-, TUES. ,1 I and the repeating wink-light the combination that lets

Satisfaction I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli I Jackie Hobbs and SandraGzrcia I[ Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr., Mrs. L. October 25 26, 27 I:: you take indoor pictures WITHOUT FLASHBULBS! This new
Fully Guarantee on All SenicesVisit !
Dill Mrs-
Outlaw. Mrs. J. P. ,
and family were in Gainesville I of FSU are spending today i H. The Missouri TravelerBrandon film is 15 times more sensitive to light than previous film.

S 'Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. with Jackie's parents, Mr. and .Jordan. de- Used with the Polaroid winklight.hich automaticallywinks
Our Garden Robert Stefanelli.Mrs. i Mrs- J. C. Hobbs while enroute j : Wilde. Lee Marvin it
. Supply Store & Pet Shop members attended the I f away dark shadows when you press the shutter
M. E. Griner of Lake Butler :' to Boca Ciega High School in St. Juke Box Rhythm makes superb indoor pictures
ta i
... ,Il was visiting Mr. and Mrs. P.O. i Petersburg; where they will internas ida Darby circle meeting Tues- I in ordinary room light.
t of Mrs. F. B. Plus Cartoon
i day at the home I
. Fancher several days last week. home economics teachers for I No flashbulbs! Now
f Beard. Mrs. L. G. Powell was in more
i Mrs. Frazier Shaw spent the jeiht: : weeks. I easier.
ii weekend with her son-in-law and I! Mrs. 1. D. Green and Mrs. C. charge:: of the program. Wed., Thur. Oct. 28, 29 I 1 I indoor pictures economical are

1 daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Benn i D. Williams are in Tampa visitingMr. I All hostesses served refreshments WALT DISXEY'S faster more
i 224 N. than ever before and
social period.
I tt and family in Jacksonville.Mr. : and Mrs. D. J. Clark. during ; Snow White and the 1.' ready in just 60 seconds
Bennett accepted a positionas I I Attending the Cub Scout leaders .
Temple Ave.PHONE besides! Isn't this the
engineer with the All State En- i training program and banquet ;Marcia Whittle Seven Dwarfs I, way

i ineering Co. in Melbourne and f fnt Camp Echockotee on Saturday ;s..; you have always wanted to
Has Birthday Party ,' ? Come in and
Chasteen. !. The Women Of take pictures
his; family will join him as soonas I sere Mr. and Mrs. Jim

WO 4-3965 ND they sell their house in Jacksonville ; :\115. H. H. Adams. Mrs. John ;. I I .g see the Polaroid Land Cam
. :Marcia Whittle celebrated her Pitcairn Island
Torode. Mrs. Gilbert Brown Mrs. 1/ era demonstrated today.
I lath birthday Saturday evening James CraJ Bari
i Lynn
Elton Smith,
Mrs. Alice Anderson and MrsBfbby T- G. Ritch. Mrs-
Neil MalphursManager 6I I with a masquerade party for 35 Plus Cartoon /.
Turner were in Gainesvillelast and Mrs. Davis Gassett. .t :
Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Purchase any model of Singer,i j friends. I f POLAROID 9
J The Whittle car port where the
41. Ted Simmons and Mrs. L. E.Iiies. Sewing Machine at Denmark Fri., Sat. Oct. 30 31 '
held, decorated
was was !
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\\ith pink, white, and green crepe Shake Rattle
aS Mr. and Mrs." Ed Firth of Davi- Mrs. Sylla Blackburn is spending ,
aa streamers and of
'j-on.. Michand Mr. and Mrs. two weeks with Mrs. Pauline f paper clusters and RockFats
Donald Firth and son. Tommy, of Coiley at Inglewood Beach. I :
. r Jane Adams and Mark Jacksonwon Domino, Joe Turner linker
a lirir' South Bend Ind. are visiting Mr. j Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell are i iI ,
: for the best Campbell and ilk Band I
prizes being
f i'i' and MrsRobert Firth for two :xyccted home this weekend after I PllttiiiI
. ''dressed boy and girl. Dancing
. "Pf k5. I. -pending the summer in Little Jeepers CreepersRoy I
. :Mrand Mrs. I. E. Clark haverncved itzerland. N. C. I was enjoyed during the party I Rogers, Mark YVrhon STUDIO AND GIFT SHOD

r. back to Starke from Mobile Mrs. Thomas F. Colson entered hours. I
Plus" Two Color Cartoon-
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-. # I''the G.V.. Alderman apartment j Monday for observation and treat-. were assisted in serving refreshments -
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. ..... "- -.....- .r. > -- Martha Bollinger Woman's Club |Mr. And Mrs. Jones .1

i iI I -. Hostess To Friends I To Decide Fate ;Host To Wedding

iI II I Of Present Building Rehearsal PartyMr.
Martha was hostess to
n i1KLe 1* ?
I I 15 friends Friday evening at a i NEW & USED
fM W' I Whether the Starke Woman'sClub and Mrs. Tyler Jones were I
masquerade party.
should move its building; hosts at a lovely rehearsal buffet
The party was held on the Bol- I
I dinner party for the Jones-God-
I pii it and build elsewhere; or remodel -
Ihdya Mooty I linger porch, which was gayly dec- '? frey wedding party and friends : CARSCARS
.. orated with orange and black I and beautify the present the Parish
.---------- ,.J a l Episcopal House on !|
streamers. The young people enjoyed -;building will have to be decided Friday evening Oct. 16 I II

T. H. Slade Home Two Hostesses \ spook games and a weiner I! within 30 days. | The buffet table was overlaid I II

Scene Of Coffee Honors BridesmaidsAt I roast during the evening. j Mrs. Junius M. Smith third Vice i with a beautiful white embroidered ,
.. Mrs. H. G. was assisted -
: Bollinger cutwork cloth. Three-branched i
the facts to the
; ,
president gave
For Miss CarrollThe LuncheonMrs. ;- ..'-.. with the arrangementsby
.f I '" ''' party 'club members at their regular candelabra flanked the large |
i.., her daughter Mary Grace. meeting Wednesday afternoon, simulated pink and white wedding j
home of Mrs. T. H. Sladeat David Mitchell of Callahan, {i' t cake around which was entwined j
Oct. 7. It was decided that the
1420 East Call street was the coral vine. Coral vine and CARSS.
and Mrs. Roy Wingate of Jackson- Methodist Choir fcur vice presidents Mrs. H. C.

scene of a beautiful coffee given ville were hostesses on Saturday, Pitch. Mrs. E- A. Hall Mrs. J. M. candelabra graced each table
Wednesday morning, Oct. 14, hon- Enjoys SupperMembers where guests were seated. The
Oct. 17, at a lovely bridesmaids Smith and Mrs. W. B. Mundy,
oring Miss Lois Cornelia Carrollof i Mrs. head table held a lovely arrange-
together with the president,
Jacksonville. Hostesses on this luncheon honoring Miss Virginia I of the Chancel Choir i! from ment of pink and white chrysan-
H. B. Peyton and
occasion were Mrs. Slade and Mrs. Jones at the home of Mrs. Win- .j of the First Methodist Church en- should themums. Small corsages of white
the: Junior Woman's Club
aunts of the honor 'I joyed a spaghetti supper Thurs tulle and satin at each
T. T. Long, gate's daughter, Mrs. E. R j I J investigate the best possible course roses were
guest. Miss Carroll will become ,' r' day night of last week in Fellowship will be place setting. On the white place|
Moench, on West Brownlee street. : t to take. Their report pre- '
the bride of Robert Hawkins on : HalL I of both cards were dainty miniature pink i iI
sented at called
i a meeting '
The buffet table
luncheon '
Nov. 27, covered with a white embroidered was # ii: .. $ 'Jt. Twenty-five members and I clubs within 30 days. tulle rice bags tied with pink satin : s.
Mrs. H. H. Adams greeted guestsat 1 guests enjoyed this event, including I iitbon. \I
linen cloth, centered with an arrangement This action must be taken :
the door and presented them to the pastor. Rev. H. O. Boyette, Assisting Mrs. Jones in servingh

the receiving line composed of cf pink and white /14 t.r ,.-I F and family. I IFolloing I jince the Florida Bank at Starke 'r guests were her daughter, ;(
(Mrs. Slade, 'Miss Carroll, her chrysanthemums. The guests i t. the supper, the regu- plans to construct a new building Mrs. Lex Green Jr., Mrs. E. R.I' N
lined at small tables; on which Moench, Mrs. David Mitchell, Mrs. I
mother, Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll, I lar choir rehearsal was held. either on or adjoining property
were organdy cloths edged in lace Roy Wingate, Sr.. Mrs. Dave I
and Mrs. Long. ; of the club. Members will be noti- 0
Serving as floor hostesses in and centered with arrangementsof ', ."' fied of the meeting by mail and Paulk, and Mrs. Charley Johns. I

the living room were Mrs. J. H. coral vine.Guests { .4 during the reception.Bill it will be urgent tat all attendin i Out-of-town guests at the dinner -

Kincaid, Mrs. Logan Baldwin, and included Misses Sandra Rosier and Gregory Gay I I order to hac a voice in the : were Mr and Mrs. Robert E

Mrs. S. G. Denmark. Handsome Trowbridge, Shirley Shave Bren- passed little bridal rice bags madeof decisionIn i Carter of Alabama. I
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vertical arrangements of cone Hives da Higginbotham, Harriette ..' tulle in shades matching theattendants' !, other important action the Mrs. Winifred Wimberly will G
Spradley, Ann Draa, Slyvia Paulk, n' dress. { .
and pink roses graced points ; membership was advised that a celebrate her 88th birthday on
of interest. Maggie Herrmann, Ann Watson, ( After spending some time with I ruling: made in November. 1958 Saturday Oct 24.
The coffee table in the dining and :Mrs. Lex Green, Jr. ,, ', guests the young couple left on!!and passed on at that time will i E

room was enhanced with an imported a wedding trip to Alabama and on i I: be enforced. The ruling states
ti5i i
hand embroidered linen J. R. : through the Great Smoky Moun- that: any member who misses three I L'S
cloth, centered with an antique Wainwright.One tains. The bride chose for trav- consecutive meetings: without a

silver soup tureen holding sweet I hundred and twenty-five eling a suit iI) cameo sheer wool, written or telephoned excuse will
pink carnations, pink champagne I guests were invited to call duringthe and blouse with brown accessoriesand be dropped automatically from FloridaTheatre

roses, and clusters of grapes in I hours, eleven to twelvethirty. white orchid corsage. the club rolls. "

shades of pink to rose, interspersed -! Attending from outoftownwere The bride is a graduate of BHS The business session was con

with pink leather leaf fern. On Mrs. C. J. Masters, Mrs. and also; attended St. Vincent's ducted by the president Mrs. H.

the buffet( was a Dresden compote Comer Perryman, Mrs. Marion W. school of nursing. The bride- B Pe .ton. Four new members. AUTOSALE

holding Sweetheart roses and Hodges, Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr., Mrs. groom is a graduate of the University -: Mrs. Martha Bales. Mrs. Lillian

miniature pods of pink grapes. Jeanne Phillips Coulter, Mrs. of Florida School of Forestry I Pierson. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright .

Tones of yellow and tangerinewere Charles B. Moore, Mrs. Granville '. I and is employed by Gair and Mrs. Norman Willis, were

used in the den where the Riley, ,Mrs. Evans Harrell, Mrs. ,. I Woodlands, Inc. in Jasper. After welcomed: into the club at this
focal point of interest was a crystal Don Keller Mrs. Fred C. Elwes, Oct. 25 they be at home in Jas- time. Miss Kathleen Conway SAT., OCT. 24 ONLY

marine bowl holding an artis- Mrs. Edward Q. Brown Mrs. Le- Miss Virginia Ann Jones Becomes Bride per. president of the Little Women's .

tic arrangements of bitter sweet, roy Joyner, Mrs. Lloyd A. Layton, Outoftogu ts included: Club presented to Mrs. Peyton a \* ROCK I
Of Charles W. In ChurchIn
kumquats, pods of calamondines, Mrs. Shands McKeithan, Mrs. J. Godfrey Baptist from Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.i]I check for $25 from the Little

and green foliage. Other arrangements M. O'Brien, Mrs. Charles Blum, Roy L. Wingate Sr., Mr. and Mrs.' Women for a lamp for the club 1k
a beautiful and impressive enhanced by an applique design ,I H
in the room were com- Mrs. H. A. Bosman, Mrs. D. M. I Johnny Green, Mr. and Mrs. house.!
: wedding ceremony at 8 o'clock of floral sprays of alencon lace NIGHT
posed of Birds of Paradise, wheat, Vaden, Mrs. L. W. Knight Mrs. Stephen Kelley, and :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lex Green presented the .
Saturday evening, Oct. 17, Miss outlined with seed pearls and iridescent ,I
and fall foliage. Frank H. Fant and Mrs. John H. James K. Thomas Jr.; Mrs. Jane devotion and accompanied MissSandra A
Virginia Ann Jones, daughter of sequins. The sleeves were.
Presiding at the coffee table Mitchell, all of Jacksonville; Mrs. Throwbridge of St. Augustine; Craven soloist, in a
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Tyler Jones, below the elbow length with half I 1
Walter Harwell, Mrs. Herbert' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barnes of solo.
! Mrs. W. N. spiritual
was Long of Gaines- i
became the bride of Charles Wil- scallops and tiny self-covered 'buttons I
ville aunt of Jones, and Mrs. Owen Gassawayof Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Harvey!
the bride-elect. Assisting I liam Godfrey son of William J. worn with short white kid I ; I Mrs. D. L. Thomas American ( ,
in the Gainesville.As I Wrye of Fernandina Beach from
lining room were and the late Mrs. Godfrey of Fort glpves. Her voluminous taffeta ; ,!Home: Department chairman presented -
Mrs. E. L. 'Matthews memento of the occasionthe Gainesville, Mrs. Y. A. Harris,'
Mrs. Alice a Lauderdale. Mr. Godfrey's foster skirt was caught In back by two ;. a film on "Christian Citizenship" -

Anderson, and Mrs. J. M. Vickers. hostesses presented the bribe; parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alton silk taffeta roses and from this Mrs. Arvin Andrews, and Mr. and during the program. \\ i. -n A
Serving as floor hostesses in the to-ibe with a sterling silver cake Mr W. E. Torode III; from Callahan -I
Higginbotham of Callahan. The flowed a circular chapel train. Pie and coffee were served otcx tosiot lilT {
den were Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr., knife with the engraving "Connie wedding was performed by Rev. The bride's veil Mrs. David Mitchell, Mrs.A. the sunroom during the social MILLER *JOHNSON DALTON! ,
chapel length
Mrs. A. Y. Nov. 27, 1959." B. Jones, Mrs. G. E. Gupton,
Covington, and Mrs. and Bobby, Lewis D. Haines in the First Bap- of sheerest illusion attachedto hour. The coffee table was lovely -*Somtl PraAKMi"MIRTHQUAKE'-
tist Church. was Mrs. L. C. Shave, Emory Green, with an Imported cutwork cloth
a miniature of seed
crown tiny Alf Green, Mr. and Mrs. Hansel centered with an antique silver WIDERs

They Said It Couldn't Be Done! Mrs. Lex Green, organist played -'pearls. She carried a cascade ar- Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Roy WingateJr. I I bowl holding an arrangement of OF THE YEAR!"
nuptial music as the guests assembled rangement of white carnations, ,
Misses Shave and Alexis
j I pink carnations and roses and V MGM"s NEAR
and accompanied Miss i and tube roses centered with white 0
Courson, and Mrs. Lloyd Herrin; clusters of pink Mrs. H. E. j 10111.6
But Goldwire Servicenter Now Ann Draa of Jacksonville, soloist,i orchids, showered with seed pearls grapes. TER. S
I and Mrs. Leon Perry of Lake I'Dayton poured coffee from the f W A
who sang "Whither Thou Goest," and velvet and satin leaves. THE .asron .
Wales. silver service.WAYNE'S ,, .ro IIITIIQCOWI .
Gives You: \"Because" ," and Malotte's "Lord's I Mrs. Jones chose for her daugh- GLENN FORD ciA- SCALA / E

Prayer. I te;'s wedding a radiant turquoise EARl HOIUMAX.ANNE FRANCIS
The church was lighted by the silk chiffon dress with full skirt, KUNAN WYNN RIO ClARK

soft glow of tapers in large can-I basque effect, and narrow cape'let tVACABORRUSSTAMBlTRPlus Jff RCHARDS: L

L MATERIALLABOR delabra, and the lighted bridal 'i across the back forming a CASHSUPERETTE

ABOR & path. The aisles were adorned :,short bell effect sleeve. With this -

with large white satin bows, she wore matching accessories anda 'Goldilocks Three Bears E

showers of small pompoms, and yellow cymbidium orchid cor- Cartoon.

PICTURE TUBE ALL TUBES & PARTS tall white candles. The focal sage.Mrs. C
point was a huge. sunburst arrangement Higginbotham was attiredin I
- - SUN., MON., TUES.
of large white chry- a beige lace over taffeta dress I
Oct. 25 26 27
FOR ONE santhemums, gladioli and mums made on straight lines featuringa 671 MADISON STREET

backed with greenery of jade and cummerbund of taffeta with a The Master

FULL YEAROn maidenhair fern. Two smaller pouf bow at the side. She wore of
Suspense I
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baskets of similar flowers flankedthe matching accessories and a bronze
: tells hIs
center of the rostrum. Con- cymbidium orchid corsage. .
necting the baskets and two Immediately after the weddinga With Others! r .. 7 |greatesttale 0

All New 1960 Motorola TelevisionsSee standards with entwined greeneryand reception was held in the church !

candles, were lovely garlandsof social hall where tall baskets of 3 "
smilax and small mums. At white chrysanthemums in sun- .1 .

Us Today For Your Trade Of A the base of these arrangementsand burst arrangements formed the

Lifetime, At Our New Location of connecting magnolia them leaves were forming branches a- background.The bride's. table was covered Open 7 DAYS A WEEK Until $ GRANT ATN

135 E. Call StreetLook pleasant background. In front of with a white satin cloth edged in TO MARIE SAINT

the tapistry was a large arrange- lace. Garlands of smilax entwined -

For Our Grand Opening Soon! ment of white chrysanthemums, with mums and pink radiance OPEN U'lin Pin OPEN JAMES MASON

gladioli and jade fern from which roses draped the table and were 7:00 A.M. 7.UU rill! 7:00 A.M. ALFRED HITCHCOCKS N

Free Prizes! were draped glistening magnolia caught up with arrangements of '_ .
leaves. I I white roses, carnations and show- NORTH BY

Reggie HigginSotham of Calla- ers of white satin ri'bon. Centering FRESH CAUGHT CRYSTAL RIVER NORTHWESTTglMNCTUH

han served as best man, while!i the table was a beautiful lb
ushers were Lamar Higginbothamof three-tiered wedding cake with MULLET FISH 19f R

} Callahan, Bob Carter of Ala- touches of sweet pink and blue, #

bama, Bill Mercer of Gainesville and topped by a double wedding
Blaine Jones and Larry Wood of ring arrangement. Pink roses entwined ORANGE LAND mtA'rMA R

Jacksonville, and Steve Torda and I with smilax were placed
21- OVER-AU j Lex Green Jr. of Starke. along the center of the table and FRANKS'package 27CHALF 0

DIAG. MEAS., Mrs. Lex Green Jr. attended the I. balancing the setting were branch- Plus "Punch and Judo" Car-

263 SQ. IN. PICTURF bride as matron of honor and sPd I silver candelabra with tall toon

VIEWING AREA S St Miss Brenda Higginbotham of Cal- burning white tapers. OR WHOLE SLAB W

lahan served as maid of honor. The two circular punch tables lb
t SUGAR CURED BACON 29C Wed., Thurs., and Fri.
4 Attending as bridesmaids were were draped in similar satin cloths
October 28 29 30
t Misses Shirley Shave MarilynCox with garlands of smilax, roses, ,

Sylvia Paulk, Sandra Trow- and carnations. Coffee and punch PRICESS
bridge, Harriette Spradley and were sen'edth 'trays of sandwiches -

Mrs. Eva Carter. mints, and nuts. Presid- ROUND STEAK lb 69 ;;MUl"1j 1

The attendants were attired in ing at the punch and coffee tables _

FUU-SIZE TABLE TV IN waltz length dresses of taffeta in were Mrs. Earle Moench, Mrs. hoax

ATTRACTIVE COMPACT CABINET Autumn hues of iridescent lilac Leon Perry, Mrs. Roy L.Vm- HERSHEY'S qtIf1

red champagne turquoise, emer- fate Jr., and Mrs. Roy L. Win- ---
ire Cabinet of picture is slightly tube.larger With than Prices Start ald green, rose, tangerine and gate Sr. Mrs. Lloyd Herrin, and SUGAR 5 lb bag 49c ftO""o\e

At cotillion blue. The Mrs. David Mitchell fGwaG06011.
Golden "M" Tubes and gowns were cut the bride's j
Parts, Tube Sentry. 20,000M QQ fashioned with fitted bodice and I
Volts of Picture Power. New $ .95 cake.Mrs.
full skirts featuring contrastingback Steven Kelley and Mrs.
Blond low price., Walnut.Colors Model: Mahogany 21T64. On 21? TV panels and contrasting set-in Gayle Torode kept the bride's FLAT SARDINES 3for 25C

bow at bustline and a large flat book. The bride's book table was
Model 21T64 I bow at the back waist. With overlaid with a white satin clothwith

these dresses were carried a garlands of smilax. Centered TABLE I

matching muff of identical ma- on this table was a large burn- +
lb bag r
terial and placed on the muffs ing memory candle which, after POTATOES 5 16CJIM A name..a battle cry... I TAN

V I were crescent shaped arrange- being used at the wedding, will I a mighty motion picture |
Complete Phone ments of dyed-to-match chrysanthemums be used at all future anniversaries -
silver star beads and of the bridal couple. DANDY ROBERT STACK-MARtSA FAN; ,

Service r SALES I WO 4-4975 showers of short satin ribbons. Mrs. Charley E. Johns greeted GRITS CHARLES CQBURN-ERIN OBfBBIww
Their head pieces were flats guests at the door of the reception Slb 33CSWIFT P
On AllAppliances Starke, of matching taffeta with circularscalloped and presented,them to the receiving -

-- 4-4975 Fla. veils sprinkled with line composed of the wedding PREMIUM JEW PIERRE AUMONT OffllDFARRAR
seed pearls. and CUSHING{ SUSANA GAMES
party the parents of the bride PETER

SERVICE The bride, given in marriage by and groom. BEEF TRIPE can 49CNo ...__,BETTE DA 1S._.- BeforeYOU
her father, wore an original modelof Assisting in serving were Mrs ---"MOILm

imported candlelight silk taffeta Eldon Hardy Mrs. -Clara Green, >>- I

combined with reembroidered Mrs.. Garl Mathews, Miss
Maggie More Need to Worry About Running Out of Something Plus "Creature Outer Space" TRADE
alencon lace worn poised over Herrmann. Miss Ann Watson and

satin. Her molded bodice of taffeta Mrs. Dave Paulk. Miss Charlene at Night or on Sunday You Can Get It Here! Cartoon. I

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Misplaced: one sewer lift sta-: Homecoming At Methodist Church'! i Rev. J. H. Mattox who teaches thioxing and ring toss: second 'I \ < : and community missions Bartow and Dennis Brannen of
week by the High Schoo. rTA for, tion. Not lost exactly-but it sure Approximately: one hundred and HiA Bntt Rosier during the week- T" a college in Tampa was the and third graie room. Mrs. Mary r'uirman. Miss Shirley Taylor. '
lakeland: visited here Sunday
the second large-scale BHS Homecoming -:ain't where it oughta be. filty people who gathered at the nd. : evangelist at Faith Baptist Church \V2sdm. fortune telling: fourth I Refreshments of cookies and

coinciding with the Santa A big: hole, beginning of the :Methodist Church for the Annual i' :Monroe Griffis of Jacksonville cvival las week. Among those i.nd< filth grade room. Miss Annette p'rnch were served at the clo..ef' .with their father. JJ.. Branen

Fe football game Friday, Nov. 13. new lift station. has been exca- Homecoming greatly enjoyed the visited the L. C. King family on attending from out of town were Green county tore: Mrs. : the meetir.s to the nine pre- I.Iiss Norma Sweeney spent the

\ated in Lot 2 of Block 11 in special music which was renderedtv Saturday evening. >\11'. and Mrs. Lee Taylor of Live! E1D158 PItts'sixth and seventh |,-pnt. :\Ir Charles Hicks is YWAfinpctor weekend here with Mr and Mrs
Letters will be going out to all Krught's subdivision, which the a trio composed of Gilbert I Mr and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson Oak. Mr. and :Mrs. Charney Yar- grade room. fish pond and apple for the group. C. L. May.

EHS alumni, whose addresses are city does not own. The city has Gold 'ire, E. W. Matthews and I end daughter visited Mr. and :Mrs. I jrouh and family of Jacksonville. booing: and eight grade boys. J. PersonalsHershel

known within the next few days. deeds to Lots 3 and 4. I Gilbert Newcomb followed by a Hob Carter in Clay Hill on Sun- ..;.d Rev. Tommy Howe of Bald- C. Hobi:s. pony rides. Eighth grade Parker was guest ofunor Mrs. George Williams and Mrs
Anyone having addresses to be I wonderful District 'rins will help the kitchen and David Brown attended the funeralcf
by in
sermon !
The new lift station will handle day.Mr. lor a birthday dinner at
added to the list used last year is' and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and w.n.Mr. Lonnie Beckham at
J. E. Mc- cth Miss JanIce Chesser. Campville
Superintendent, Rev. secreracy. -
sewage from the new line under and: Mrs. Spurgeon Massey their home on Wednesday even-
asked to notify Airs. A. X. Holli- construction north on U S 301. rume. 01auic'suue.: daughter visited Mrs. Harold! :returned recently from a trip to !; with the hot dog stand. Mrs. iii,, last werk. Oct. 14. Attending ",'td.. Oct. 14. Mr. Beckham was
day, PTA president, at 304 S. served atj j icrman in St. Vincent's Hospital :\J.nJlrCal1. class. t Mrs.
Merrill McMillan who told of A bountiful meal was South Florida. While away they exceptional V..IP Mr. and Mrs. John Parker. Brown's uncle-
hater street, phone WO 47431. 'the predicament at the Tuesday's the noon hour en the church lawn. 01: Sunday. veiled Cypress Gardens. Silver vili have a House of Horror booth. :\11, and:: Mrs. Onard Parker and

The Senior Class will have night meeting of City Council Among the out of town guests' Lloyd Wilkerson of Tamoa Springs and: other points of miest. PTA meeting for final plans for f:-mile. :Mr and Mrs. :M. R. Mkner.md At The Tabernacle
charge of the parade this Billy Mathews pt-nt the weekend with his mother. the carnival will be at the school
:year iad. 'doctors' mistakes get were Representative ''' son of Gainesville and Mr
and any class, civic oth- Mr. and !i Mrs. Florida Wilkerson. luditcnum next Tuesday
group or buried but engineers' mistakeset of Gainesville. evening. a.1dIrs.! Hershel Parker.Ir Schedule! of services during he
er organization wishing to enter' ; placques.". He explained that Zas. Werner Dolnig, Mrs. Lee Cot- .Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack and ......................., Oft- 27 at 7.30: p. m. Letters to ; und Mrs. M. L. Watteram. wet'k:1.: the Gospel Tabernacle is:
a float is asked to notify Mrs. trn Mr. and Mrs. Miller Norton, 'atishter returned home after paients. explaining about the
he had staked out the station on <,id their on and daughtermlav. Sunday Sunday; School 10 a m.
Lois Moore, BHS secretary, atWO lot 2 because his plans called D;. Earl Roberts and son Wil \: Mending sometime: with her parents i HAMPTON\ t l () t faitiival. were sent out by Principal aw. and Mrs- Frederick Wat- '' :A'orninp Woi hp. 11 a. m : Et'en-
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner.
4-3731. Mrs. Jack Brassell ,, t Hobbs on Tuesday: of this
Purdjand son
for thai spot., but the installing. I i te.son of Starkp. spent: an eight- nj;: Worship. 7:30 p. m.
Miss Enza Bianchard;
and: :\Ir
Miner I week. II I II
Mrs. W. E. Dowling. finance engineers: ISatn Wall! had plans aid daughter. Mrs. Howard L. H. Hill visited Miss Arthurine fir "1'.. I). 1':. inn day vacation driving through Tuesday Bible Study. 7'30 p.
chairman} for the event, announces calling:: for installation on lots 3 and sons Mrs. Gordon L. Peter- Bianchard who is spending her I Christian Church Revival I N-Tth Carolina. and over the Sky- m.
that a d.nner, with choice of ham and 4. 'on. Mrs. Fay Durban and daughter &AAAAaAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAIPTA Carl Clark of Gainesville willpeach ; Dive
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vacation at Santa Fe Lake. Sunday to W. Va.. l last Thursday Prayer Meeting. 3
Dinkins of Jackson- |
or fish, will be held in the high U was in laying out the lines Miss Adel ,I afternoon. Miss: Arthurine broke Plans Carnival For Oct. :30: I, : at revival services at :\"t'f'k.' They visited friends and p m.
grille, and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and I Christian Church !
school cafeteria from 5 to 7:30'p.m. trom US 301 to the site that the I her ankle relatives in Charlotte. and Dana.N. .
a m on Friday.Errant Hampton PTA Hallowe'en Friday
Carnival Message, 7:30
p. m
of St.
It is son Augustine.The Sunday:: Oct. 25 thru Oct. 31. at .
suggested that mistake I C, and other
classes was discovered. spots along the ,
Hicks of Plant
sit pastor, Rev. A. J. Adams \! : City next Friday evening Oct. 30. ,, 7::30 p. m. each evening. Saturday Youth for Christ.
and together, as they did last year, aright spot of the story; is the aid wife were well pleased with i I visited his sister. Mrs. Mary RPC-! will begin with a chicken supper. YVVA Elects Officers ;,trip 7:30:> p. m.

reservations should be madein fact that the use of the mistaken the days activities and wish to extend -!; rush, last week. Mrs. Reddish was Carnival booth? will open immediately I YWA of Hampton Baptist1. t tI Mr. and Mrs. Rothelle Jones of

advance. I;,file will save bout S800 in pipecoat a cordial invitation to friends'j I i ten sick on Saturday evening afterwards. according to Church fleeted officers for the;'d Himpton. are the parents of a :,; tiUACE; METHODIST CUl'RCIILAnTEl'
It is emphasized that the BUS -nri is recuperating at the homeof Carnival tghtt'r born :Monday, Oct. 19.
chairman. W. P. McElrov.
;; and in depth according to in the community to attend any 1959-60 year at its meeting last J.'t Bradford
Alumni Association includes not'' McMillian.P. all of the church. her son-in-law and daughter. Supper will bo served beginningat T County Hospital in
Suiveyor or services :'<>day evening:;; at the church.
only graduates but is also for- '' .\1r. and Mrs. I.. W. Baldwin of 5:30 Price Starke. They named her Linda Sunday Sunday School 9:41
i S. All three lots are owned:' We are sorry to report that Mrs. p. m. will be 50 cents I Miss Brenda Lott was elected ;'; 1 ,
anyone who attended high school by A & C A."wcia tes. John Brown is a patient in Brad- ,, Starke.Mr. I ptr person' children and adults. -Mdem with Miss Vicky Mosh- :ifo '1 m. Momma WorshIp. .1.1 a m
here for any period of time. I 101 u coumy Hospital and Mrs. I and Mrs. Fay Durban and 1 Proceeds from the supper and or vice-president Secretary- Mr and Mrs E I> Brown and LXenin? Service. 7:30 p. m.
daughter 'spent the weekend I ixxHhs will ; :hildrrn/ were supper guests, Sat- Wednesday Youth Fellow-
School I Harold Norman is confined in St. go towards purchase treasurer is Miry: Martha Brown,
Starke Keystone Signs Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville. sith the H. C. Wainwrights and 01 water cooler for the school program chairman, Miss Charlene F urUav evenina. of Mr and Mrs : nip and Choir Practice. 7 30 p
:ank Brown
in Jacksonville Mr_ T\_
the; Ed Durbans.
Miss Christine Griffis and Terry n
Catholics Will Are Sought !\i Futch visited Air. and Mrs. Arthur'I Mrs. Jack Brassell and family

Make 1 Griffis in Jacksonville Sunday of Jacksonville were weekend
For Southside pvening. guests; of Mr. and Mrs. T. L.

Catholic' parishioners from St. PTA Supper Huge Success Wiiinwright. Beautiful I COHSOLETTE
Amon: those" attending the New YeHlTH
Mrs. R. E. Lee, PTA president.
Edward's Church in Starke and Reduction of speed on SR 100>
from St. William's at Southside Elementary School James L. Temple principal of the River Associational meeting were

stone Heights will Chapel accompany in Key- will be asked of The State Road School the teachers and PTA of- \: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. Mrs. BIG!! !1960 __ "FOR THE PRICE OF

their pastor. Father Cornelius Dent by Starke Police Chief Riley fi ers wish to extend to the school for Troy. Bennett.Arthur Pearce Mrs. O.Mrs.J. Phillips.Mrs. O. J.. l .

Dougherty, to the Diocesean Eucharistic Sweat, according to a decision patrons deep appreciation

"Congress in Orlando on made Monday morning at the reg- their contributions There in making about'the Scima Anders Eunice.Mrs. Hester Mrs. Brad Hicks.Norton Mrs. A TABLE MODEL TV !
supper a success. were
ular with
Sunday, Oct. 25. The day will bea department meeting
2CO served during the evening.The and children, Mrs. Elizabeth Ter-
particular day of prayer a re- Mayor W, T. Jackson. -r
Hallowe'en Carnival will behold ry and Mrs. Buster Bennett. Rev
Fponse on the part of the Dioceseof The speed limit on SR 100 by at the school on Saturday lack Mabry of Starke brought Look -- Extra Quality Zenith Features

SL Augustine to a plea from the new school is 65 miles per,earning Oct. 31. I fie: message on Wednesday and 4 .

Pope John XXII for prayers for, hour not having been changed| Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson of Arlington i Rev. Donald Brandeis of Tallahassee -

the success of the forthcoming with the opening of the school.' was the weekend guest of brought the message on Sunshine Picture Tube Pull Push On & Off
General Church Council for Buses and
private cars turn into'nd hr son-in-law and daughter Mr. Thuisday evening. It I Iir
worldwide Christian unity. from the highway in the Miss Carolyn Crews spent the Switch
I l:d Mrs. R. E. Lee and family.Mr. I I -
Father Dougherty will lead the transportation of pupils with no and Mrs. Carl Mosley and''' wtekend: with Mr. and Mrs Mark- Spotlite Dial .

pilgrimage accompanied by ten protection from reduce speed i'lfflily of Jacksonville visited Mrs. lee Padgett at Clay Hill. v

ultar! boys. Most of the group signs. .. Lu Norman. the Otis Brewers and Saturday! guests of Mr. and Mr'>. 90-Day Free Service

gill travel by automobile. To facilitate ,, The city street department will o'ner relatives here during the Fred Moore were Mr. and Mrs. Fringe Lock Circuit

an early start, the Sunday be asked to erect school signs at weekend- Billy Torode and son of Gaines-

( Mass schedule will be changed all approaches to the site. I'' Miss Elizabeth Tatum, who is vle.Miss! $10 Delivered
Charlotte Ann Cannon of ., Easy-out Picture Glass
for that Sunday only. In Keystone Another decision growing out'of attending the University of Florida -

Heights, on the Feast of the meeting was to have each spent Sunday with her par- the State Farm was the weekend
Christ the King, mass will be heldt patrolman make observations ?nts, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. ;guest, of Diann Thomas. They,

: 8 a.m. In Starke, on the same during his rounds and :, Mr. and Mrs. O- J. Anders were with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas, ONLY
report any:
visited Mrs. Marion Hawkins in
day, mass!' will be said at 9 a.m. stop signs or other traffic signs'' in Jacksomille on Sunday for a Vincent'sJ1.ospita1.on. .- $219.9SE
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charley ,?t. saturf
I The Catholic Congress will take blocked from view by weeds or .- EXTRA
Sltmhouser, and Mr. and Mrs. .a tt
rlace in Orlando on the groundspf shru bI"ry. Reports will be turn- nk'ns and family. i cly.Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Denmark of
Bishop Moore High School and ed over to the city streets chair-, J."nny afternoon
Mrs. Glen Shuford and son and Jacksonville spent Sunday WINKLER
St. Charles Church. Archbishop man. ', and with Mrs Lois Carter and
-4 n \:K.s visited Mr. Model D-2S15: : \
;Joseph P. Hurley will celebrate \
) ions.
Mrs. Griffin Hodges in Jacl n-
r Solemn Pontifical Mass begin- Keene and the Allan Starke
Adults Wanting iile Tuesday. Mrs. Nancy Phone WO 4-40S1
ping at 12 noon. The Holy Eu- ;' t.s. iid.uan Starling had as Harts visited Mrs. Nettie Rho- SOUND OUT FRONT!
tharist will then be exposed all dtn at Hart Haven on Saturday.Mr. .
To 'Parlez/ Vous' guests during the weekend Mrs. ., ,
Afternoon '
for '
and meditation '
of Jack- -- ,
prayer Mrs. Robert Ford -
Viley Smith and family of Jack- and:: ,- '--
- -- -
according to parishes. St. s'mille'isited:: the Harts on Sun- ---
cnville, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hig- ---
J dward's Parish in Starke has May RegisterRegistrations '--"
inbotham and daughter of Max- day.Mr.
teen assigned to take part in the rille. and Mrs. Landon Gnffis

'last: Holy Hour beginning at 4 are now being ac-l Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish .vere Sunday guests of Mr. and

J) m. cepted by the Adult Education, attended the Pine Festival in :Mrs. Levin Griffis and the Bob

., The day of adoration will be office (USO building! ) for Conversational Ptrry: on Saturday. Their Saturday Wheeleis. ,;

concluded by Solemn Processionand French according: to L. evening and Sunday guests were Mrs. A. H. Harley's Sunday RAILROAD FEATHERBEDDiNG : -

Benediction of the Most BlessJra ,,. H. Gibson director. Designed for!Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oorman ands guests were Air- and Mrs. Nelson

Sacrament The parishionersfrom both beginners and advanced stu-! : ns of Jacksonville.
the local churches will dents, the course will emphasize j i ..1 '. ,1 .
return Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp and i
dome that same evening. hearing the language by 'means :family of Jacksonville visited Mr. iI j I

: ct oral practice with conversation-I:tli.d Mrs. Arthur Pearce on Sun $

Graham Baptists 2 l exercises. ; day. WHEN 5OOOOOOO.O LOSS I

Classes will meet on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompson,
Call G. E. Tison :j tvenings: in the northwest wing of Mr. and Mrs. Pervy Johns Mrs. I

I the USO from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.i j;!: :Myrtle Alvarez Mrs. Troy Bennett '

.As. New Pastor !! The course will be conducted by I!I Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz, and YOU

i Peter Fresneda modern language i''Mr.i and Mrs. Glenn Norman attended -
Rev. George E. Tison resigned
as pastor of Ochwilla Baptist teacher of the high school. '.I the wedding of Miss Joan 'TO THE NATION-INCLUDING YOU-EVERY YEAR
Interested adults of the community Bullard and Johnny Blaine Thom- I
Church effective Sept. 27 and accepted '1' .
are invited to enroll in i jirch i at the 10th Street Baptist _
a call to the Graham Bap- NEED ''I
tist Church at Graham starting person or by writing a card to ,', Church. Friday evening. The new- i!
last Sunday. The new pastor is Director, Box 1190 Starke. ;ly-weds: will reside at 1137 East

married to the former Miss Mar- j2Cth' Street, Jacksonville. I I Featherbedding on the railroads pay for work
- 'I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling
gie Lefevers of Graham, and they Ellis J. Starling I
spent the weekend at their placein MONEY
have two children, Larry Ray, 2 Succumbs While the Scrub. I I not done or not needed is costing the American -
J-2. and Rebeccca Nadine. 1 12. I
; Mrs. John Shuford and Dave i the shocking total of more than
BrotherEllis people
j Mr. Tison is a native of Orange Visiting had as guests during the weekendMr. ,

Heights and received his educationat : and Mrs. Phil Shuford and
US $500,000,000
Waldo Elementary and Meirose Joseph Starling 55, of' family of Moorehaven. Mr. and SEE l year. .
Tampa, died Monday morning as
High School. He is a Navy vet- :L-s. Joe Shuford and family of
the result of a heart attack while You for it every time you shop, because.
iran of 6 1-2' years' service. St. Augustine, and :Mr. and Mrs. I pay :

Prior to his pastorate at OcmvilJi. \isiting! his brother at Graham. Sidney Shuford and family of I featherbedding costs are hidden in the price of .
Mr. Tison had served as sup- Born near LaCrosse on Feb 19, Starke. I

ply pastor for Graham Island 1904. Mr. Starling was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and I buy.
Grove, Union and Orange Heights the late Johnny and Sallie Cauthen family of Ocala were weekend everything you

Baptist Churches as well as having Starling. He was a farmer anda guests of his parents, Mr. and LOANS S SI I rail-
work rules the
served as assistant pastor of member of the Baptist Church. Mis. Carl Prevatt. I Obsolete union involving

Gainesville Surviving are three daughters.Mrs. Mrs. O. J. Phillips Danny Phillips '
Calvary Baptist. t' for this
road responsible
operating employees, are
" : Marcus Griffis. Jacksonville,
The Tison family resides in and Mr. and Mrs. James Phil'Ps

Gainesville, where :Mr.: Tison is also Mrs. William M. Roundtree. Tam- and daughter of Starke spent UPTO : N I' gigantic burden. Right now, for I instance, these
employed as head of the payroll pa, and :Mrs. Betty Baggett. Seat- the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I

department of Sunland TrainIng tle, Wash.; one brother. HarleyE. Fate Redd and family in Macon, I rules require every diesel locomotive to carry a
Starling. Graham; two half ....

The Center.new pastor extends a cor- brothers Russell Starling. Gra- Ea.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Cruce and : $$600 ', I fireman_ even though diesels have no fires to .

vial invitation to the residents of ham, and Guy Starling Starke;j f.unilyisited Mr. and Mrs. Robert

Graham and surrounding communities two sisters. Mrs. Murry Osteen'Cailton and family in Jackson- I : stoke, no boilers to tend.
and Mrs. Viola Edmondson. both I vile, Sunday. I

services.. to join in all worship of :Miami: ; and .one half sister,I j Mrs. Mike Futch was the Sunday i .t* #' The forthcoming negotiations between the railroads -, ..

Mrs. Etha Mae Wayman. Atlanta, night and Monday guest of I
Ga. Mrs. Dave Putney in j and the unions to
CARD OF THANKSWe and I U .:,.. are urgently important
t : Funeral services were held in''Jacksonville. When Mrs. Futch "Folks Find UsFriendly" '! .' .

\ desire to express to our DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at 10 a.m. returned: home she received word ., the whole nation.
kind neighbors and thoughtful Wednesday with Rev. S. E.I that her brother-in-law, Eury .. '; .

friends our heartfelt thanks for Sparks officiating. Burial was in I Gunter of West Palm Beach had In asking the unions to drop these featherbedding

their many expressions of sym the family plot in Orange Hill passed away. Mrs. Gunter will be LOCAL ,
pathy. The family of John r.lcQainnn. Cemetery Tampa, at 4 pjn. the I'remembered here as Miss Ethel i FINANCE i- ?i rules, all the railroads ask for is a fair day'swork _
: of the late Mr.
same': day. F and Mrs. George Futch. I 1 #; for a fair day's .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Parrish and COMPANY .

THE BRADI'ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. I daughters of Maxville visited Mrs. I ,

1871 Ii j' Hester Hicks on Sunday. 116 N. Walnut,Street -

I Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as j! ((2 Doors From Post Office
the weekend Mrs.
. prBLI BED COXTIXOrSLYCNDtK A) Smith and sons and Everitt.I ES.

4 : THE SAME MASTHEAD.Each t::t>ad Bill Burney of Jacksonville. WO 4-0101 and WO 4-0111
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Dickinsonof
t ,P.Iliebei Tk.r. ..* E.tued *. Seee.i Clan HitterI for \ Mrs. Marguerite Hall Mgr.
Jacksonville came Saturday
. tke Pen Office a( Stark. FU. udrr Act .( Kar. .. 1ST*. I
:'Ir. and Mrs. G. D. Wilkerson and I



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' iVyyyb'yvfv vyyyy'yuyyym/ i to I l < -of I,County.- Florida. under whichwe the sole owners of said business; T' .,." 1tl l 1U5ft;>U. Cnt'.1n J J
Carter. The Ladies of the church : help us to serve our Saviour 15 guests attending. j I p oripti' n of property N'A .
SK% S of & SE of SW, Hrn*<,pd in lh business "f "perI i --Ml at st .rkr. I5radf .rd Ctnty.. r"t" d: l. u d..
I I served the supper. I better. Members of Boatdrain Baptist s '.f uiver. sec. ::; T 5 s 4 I. :;> i:. ating ao automobile and furniture Florida this :2th! day of SJcptenibor Si. \ili.L.'iUt' F i. I
HEILBR'ONNBy i| We wish to thank all our visitors i Very glad to report that Keith Church thank Bradford County Name in wli'ch a>so>svd H. T. ., .. .". .) .r.:. .tu? bud. -t Yir .\ I..175.; 19 .1 ." ::

[i for their attendance and I Reddish has returned to his [ Road Dept. for the fill dirt and I Parker.All of said property tiring in thei; ---- -

. By Mts.Ilarcr7 McCarthy I I w.nderful fellowship. There were i cchoolmg in the American Hair :; the excellent job they did on the '"
II I,! folks! from Starke. Raiford. Evergreen I'' Styling Academy in Jacksonville church grounds. i ida. ,... It'nl1I1' | Dcobr'tfiattpfer'M
(..........aTr..TrY ars.nrt i!: and Northside. We invite after being ill a week. Mrs. Glenn Scott and children 'j -ates shall such be 1prnid certificate; a"-nrdinit' rl IfI- ;'

I I; each: of you to visit us again soon. I My niece Miss Patricia Gail Mrs. Reba Nichols and children. to lax" the property described in Wonderful New m NNEST roBtj '
Howdy Neighbors sorry I missed sui-Ii certificate ..r ,-rtifi--ates will A l1ftnIE
Weldon and nephew. Ralph Alan and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis Jr. 1
wilting to you last week and sincerely j! Following the good eating. choir I iw' sold to the liiKli. biJ'Jer at the
' I i practice was held in the church I Weldon returned to their home;' and family of Jacksonville were ?:*"rt house dor on the first Jlon-I j ,
hope you missed me too. I in Tallahassee Monday of last'seek Mr. t guests of their parents. and '
Heilbronn Church was the setting ; auditorium. I which I is the : day of November tlnM tsar
:I:. ReKinld of Jacksonville filled ; after spending a few days' Mis. Joe Griffis Sr. during the !?...'. World of 60 Fo ds !
for a delicious fish fry Saturday >
I with us while their parents. Mr. j weekend. I alt-d this -S day of Septitnbtr.9a .
evening. The Training Un-1!i I pulpit for both the morning and : Favor C.s...
prod Mrs. M. E. r Eddie 1 Weldon i I t Mr. and Mrs. W. A- Brown and
kn sponsored this delightful social ie.tning! services Sunday in the
t :i joyed a free weekend trip to j! sort Roy of Grover visited Mr. Charles A..I>arhr.
for church I aosence of our pastor. Rev. OtisT. .. ; ....
the Nassau Bahama Islands. 1 j Perk of Circuit Court f ttradfordCouaty %. f. .,T_,
My and Mrs. Zenas Griffis last week-
: A hundrd guests were presentfor Jcnes- Please won't you and Florida.: :T'
brother-in-law this exciting cna. Mill IT 10:! '
this event enjoying the fish your fa milisit Heilbronn *-j* wt torn nuEn N>VI cc; of flit '
and.hushpuppies cooked by Laurel i I Church? We want and need you trip.Also I Rev-.and Mrs. Cecil Crawford \OTirittv 'j:1.: SIlt (mfr PRICE RA.51 sae. "try Ft1.Ir.SO1 era star, I i
visiting us recentlywere IHarvey's visited Rev and Mrs. Orville .. POINT, Of vif, .- r.Of
{t...., 10 ur.<;i TKii ''''ITlnl'' MMKX
brother-in-law and sis- vw.K-itK.imur nwos Of A llTTIII P r+ v.. !
Sunday. >tice I Is hereby tier that tie
"-;., : r. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jones and' Members of Boatdrain WMU ii-t'fTMgned.. under the: i>rn\ isi-ms AU.-II[_'ASSEIIGI coullm s(1IA1I 4F..ir- .
.fhal'h'r ;n.9i5.; : I.***! of Florida.Acts s.1Ioo 2
children of Fernandina Beach j nil hold a week of prayer start-
of 1911. will reRister with, the
Mrs. R. L. II' n.rk Wfcot yew t. f* F.fJ! Wily not own Iheworld'
Morgan and daughter ing Nov. 30 and continuing of the Circuit C"iirt. in and '
i Il for Htadford County. Florida up.-n !! most ironW "'.1JZon? Or the '-CId Sedoor
Judy accompanied Mrs. Elvaj through Dec. 4. The theme will ..
LITTLE BILL SAYS: Ii t.i "I! pr f "f publication of new, beautifully proportioned Gal a tie
j: I.ce Edwards to Tallahassee. ho "O God We Pray for All Mankind 'hi,. notice. the fictitious name of below Fjirlane ""? rn/'
.. an economy-minded -
there they will visit Monday and ." lIi.1 Ad -'r\'io.. I'. n i:..x Si*. t
Iarle Florida under uhich. I am ;..or a big-talae Fairlane 300.()( .- ... C' w...'-s. u.
Tuesday of this week. Rev Marvin Stedham will be nKz&vt in I....- "Pay Your Last Year'sFuel Mrs. W. c. Clemons visiting guest speaker at Boatdrain Baptist Jilbert S. <;i>Idmire 1551: : JnhnO' "'-"Y'.---_ ,".'V'..",-,.' AllIISTIRI."tl'
lnh'Stark.. Ph rtda. s.>le .."..t'r. t G.nr Ttw Mean,
n Ruskin for a few days with her I Church at both services Nov. l'a:,,<1 this 1st day of .......I..r.
Mrs. J. M. Reddish and her ..T..>.. \ It 1'0:t> at ::;tarkt'. Bradford Count .
Oil Bill" I Florida.
iaughter. Mrs. Morgan.Mrs. Bradford County Singers will be lot It 102:!:
Tate Crosby and her sister. j jsrpndchildren : at both morning and evening ser- -

Mrs. Lamar Reddish i iI tires at Boatdrain Dec. 13. Dinner oncK; : UK rl'uc"l"In'nR SeA.....,

md Mr. and Mrs. Glen Norman I j I Till! be served at noon and there ,,_TIIF.II. 101.16.: F.: > 1.XOTICK .

NO DELIVERIES MADE UNTIL 1.-ited Saturday in Valerico with I v'l'! be Mnsirgr in the afternoon. ; IA HI-IIIST CMVKX. that ...--
datives. Mr. and Mrs Eddie Hill- Everyone is welcome.We "* ? Sii'I|I..YI. th- Unifier of the following -
; certificates:! |Ia..> filed :raidrtiflcaies !
pid ana family and Mr. and Mrs. are that Jeff Smith.
sorry for a tax id tt W 1-
DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS Jessie Hilliard and family. j our adult Sunday School teacher \nd. thereon. The certifiae) nnm- F.ritFaoA.M.AALL.Nfa
ers and of isxuance. the ii...
years -
Darby Gaskins accompanied his' is ill and could not be with us
S'-ripiiun of the prrt.r.| and thenan. 6AL X't TIJ.N VICTORIA
'n-in-Iaw and daughter.: Mr. and I Sunday. We wish him a speedyrecovery. ..-. in nhich it "/..1' a",..-sd are ,
ARE PAID a* follows" : : ivy
Mis Willard Williams to Georgie .
i 'rrUfirat. Xo. :::.. Year of I Is- '
there they visited relatives. They Boatdrain Baptist Church -tianc ui; *. Iry,.i twy ptfcf d *w Ton>e never i iso !ret'np rars ;
I I.e"erit>ti.>n .-f l'r l : Beneath that beautr joall: find nix '-..
/5 'eft last Thrusday and returned I Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning "|"'-rty < .ts 5. *. nrw. 4propleroomnew
t.r Elk I Cahagan S l) per. :21! comfort-and a wide CmOrMwwart _.
lome Sunday afternoon.Mrs. 'I : Worship 11 a. m.; Training r <> S. IL Z:: I':. L
Lois Cox's children Marilyn Union. 6:30 p. m.; Evening Wor- :Name' in nliirli assessed T. C. rhoire of superior power, in Ford's finest ""'f1Lradilion. -
Fuel Oil Dealers 'nd Pearson home from the iPrd.Mt. "' -. Come ee fur >oui>clf. 11'raaN+ d
Bradford were ship. 7:30.p. m, and Prayer Meeting of said i Itr"IH'rt| IwinR in the rvroeu-t-.
University in Gainesville over the Wednesday. 7:15: p. m- Pastor '"..iniy of Hr tf Kl.ri- G \. fc 1p
Ms. I II'TiNss (I "n CAI III TIC
r.Tckcnd. Miss Marilyn Cox was Rev. Orville Biookins. Everyone tIOIIlD TO QW1t I
suth certificate or -rlifi-i _
ASSOCIATIONGulf. ino of the bridesmaids in the welcome. : t,.:< shall t,.. rd>i-tii.i| according: .
'ovely wedding of Miss Virginia I I.. 'law tiie property, dewrilird in Alt NEW FO THUNDERBIRD '
-t -ui-fc rtifH-ale .." .< rlifi.-Mlry will I TSrSMw
Jones and Charles Godfrey that Recent BirthsDr. t-e sold tw ll..- 'lughrft bidder at the
-- Phillips Shell oooo Sinclair look place Saturday evening in | o-irt house d.w>r "n the first .M<...- "-_"
J..t mtnier secoml to seethe ..1
oar in month of Nmemlwr. !'1:0: ?. !
he First Baptist Church of j and Mrs. James W. Patray.Jr it hih Is the 2: day" ,-i X.\t'I*->r. car all Americas .been u i '''''::''0-.
Standard Starke. of Gainesville announce the 17! :9!. waitinp,: for!The eM-size Ford, iiiNio CWT
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We regret to report that Mrs. ted this JH day of U'I.h'rnltr.: the r lives
birth of a daughter. Briar Ann 1'9.; Falcon up to your
Harold Norman is still ill in the ; on Oct. 8 at the' U. of F. Medical '.-:,'..\L) dreams! of low price. And ifs J ""'v---"

z :St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack- : Center. Dr. Patray is the son of Clerk; .,f Charles Cip-tiu .\Court. Parby.of Ia 11,1 ford ")tel)' to loot ail m.. :a.' 1lJ..1I(1t fOlIO UlCOll ....a

onville but hope she will be home : Mis. Nora Patray of Starke. Cituntj. Florida. COME IN AND SEE THE COMPlETE CAR SHOW
:x n. Let us remember to pray in i "" 111 1 4T 10 22: U."F. AT AMIRIUVS!\, HKal:: COMPlETE AUTOMOUIU DEALER'STERWILLEGAR
I be-half for all others who !I -
her and
Bradford! County Hospital an- .OTI( 1: OF l\Ti\TIII\
ire in sickness and pain. the following births: TO HKGI: "TF.R: FICTITIOI S '\ 1NF:
tP / 1 1 nounces In ronpliam-e with Section >cA)?
Well. guess: that's about all for Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Warren Floridalatute" >. th. IIn''r"isr".t, MOTORS
this time. May the ever-lovin 'iud Starke. a daughter Oct. 14. will rcKi.ster with the Clerk of the
t .
cows IFO in-uit
II ( rf .f Hradforr ('''"n'''.
; bless and protect you and
MORE Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gene pad- Florida uin>n rei-ejot uf rroof ;of FLORIDASee
THAN 4 .'(\I s. .bye now. gett of Maxville. a daughter. Don- I'lil-iication ...' inis notice rl... ft.lIcwin 206V.. MADISON ST. STARKE,
ORDINARY ....YVVvvwvvvtlvynytCRIFFIS .., ra; Ruth. Oct. 15. .loir. /.'r<. Trim fictitious Shon. nam"W i located III H2 21"TY Mr. ;and Mrs. Rothell Jones of *: Call Street. Starke. Bradford: .
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Hampton, a daughter Linda Sue -
Oct. 19-
I i
9 JS By Vrrble Harrellla.uuaaaaa.aaau.uua I
I I Sunday Church School. 9:45: c :
I m m.: Morning: Worship 11 a- m.; j i s ry g 4 %.
c : I Topie. Faith of Our Fathers; '
Our pastor Kev. Orville Brook- :
Youth Fellow hip, 6 p. m.; Even- !j k a raw'
ins and MrsBrookins were ill I ..
inp Worship 7:30.
Sunday and finable to attend:
I church. We hope they recover: Wednesday .r-Mid-week prayer '"

II s-rvice. 7:30 p. m. ...' ,
; 'T
I S k"Rye'yY bYG. o % a y,2v
soon.Rev. Communican's'Chl
I and Mrs. Cecil Crawford Thursday -
I. : 3:30: p. m. < R L' fie" > Ye"0 w nnl ; k'r NN. mr"fix.e"t
ere with us Sunday. Rev. Craw- i
II I FridaChoil practice. 8 p. m.
;'o rd preached both morning and ,

"' t t4Qz evening services. j I 3Nea

: Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and :\OTKK nr tppi.irvnoFOR .
T\X ":.:)
I children of Cocoa visited his par ....... IIH.1B. F. !9.
ents. Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brook- NOTICE: IS HEREBY m\ ;X. that Y k SNq
!I ins during the weekend. ffn Sns k-wine: certificates l>as filed saidtTtifirdlfS (
, We were happy to have Mrs. I for a tax drd tn be is-! k : f 'S
Benton Futch and children with I Mid tlierrfin The rertilVatp niim- %
j lr and reHfof !11'1'1Ian. the de-
us at church Sunday. j and the ,
I rrii>ti' n >f the property ;
A birthday party honoring Mrs. ,i nam.. in which it was" assessed areas
J- Tomlinson Satur- j 1 folo": '
was given +
' Certificate No. 1. Year of Issuanc sirs AP.u
err 3. dry night by her husband with <> IIJ! : :'! N Qzd

) to Y < !

The perfect tribute to ( \

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NOfd a cherished memory kl '+

RATTER SCREEN i,, ; ," C i
I II 4i
I Every funeral that we conduct c.

No "bay window" bulge f is a source of sustaining

. N.r I solace and spiritual inspiration 1 %p 4J
21' 13vicar. New 23" picture is practically to the family. i : O Q 11r r ta ;;taT .

Picture free from distortion

Tub. TuM even when viewed Hundreds of details are manaeed and economical

from a wide angle. ly attended to that only a trained and careini: 2 ..), 4." R 4"

organization can perform when the urgent neee t 3

I for serving is at hand.DeWITT -


.---------1, New, wide screen is almost I FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE I Ir

rectangular. Dotted lines r PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610

I show how ordinary: 21" TV Will furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT I

crops important parts life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company, M I II

from TV picture.HALOLIOHT. I payment In part or in full on funeral services Oonsultatioacarries a

no obligation..



tt t I Jim Walter Corp."World's I If you should need a new battery :

FREE! replace it with a .14UALINGULF 1 1

I Largest Home Builders" BATTERY.

.YL"- POWER CREST. Gulfs finest

_: WILL BE IN STARKE passenger car battery; for extra-

ong life.POWER. Ef
No strings attached. It's your Gulf dealersway v-

--- EACH THURSDAY I 1 of helping you. PAR..aneconomy bat.

tery for dependable performance
AT i Last winter more than 13 million cars needed under all conditions.

Here's Sttv'AM(23'TV that costs no more than ordinary I emergency service. Don't let it happen to
21"sets! This big-picture 23" HARDWARE CO. this winter. in both 6-wIt and 12-tolt sizes. in*

lowboy features exclusive H'ALOt1GHT you stalled in your car stiH factory-
the frame of soft "surround"lithtthat's 12:30 P.M. TO &:00 P.M. I
kinder to your eyes. I Your Gulf dealer win be glad to test your bat fresh.

I recharge it free if it needs recharging.
Sylvania Prices Start at
$189Your : For Appointments Call I

I JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector
% Trade-in Can Be The Down Payment G.t

: As Little 10 Down Without Trade STARKE WO 45311"If
as I

It's A Quality Home See your nearest Gulf (.dealer, _listed below .

If9 A Jim Walter Home"

;1 STARKE RADIO & TV OTHER OFFICES: Fau mer's Gulf Serve Tanner's Gulf Serve West Side Gulf Serv.

311 East Call St. Starke, Fla. 263 N. Tempi Ph. WO 1-6001 666 X. Temple Ph. WO i-2.121 750 W. Madison Ph. WO Jr3J95

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rUMI.HWil fOTNj 1.. l.t: ftAtMl sTM5Kh.FI.OKHH TIH'KSDAY. OrTOUHK: '!:Z. 1951:
MA: .
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-- -- -Work-- -- -- r-been set originally without any I'!: ; I YOU'LL LOVE: the new EetePbrook ', vam A\,-cthrn.i.tward wr have to th s.."t W for'I't I0 1iiwf :'">> i I.r r '
Children's '
Recreation Board i "padding" and that fixed expenses'Board Rejectsfood I[ purw-size fountain pens InpaMd .....;... K A M on th. ,ho v of Xox Sell) it it Rent h Trade Itl'I.III"'IF.D

To Be DiscussedAt I had no added amounts from !%z.ueI. s.nI, $S. :J tot RnuiOTITK .....,.slp..ml".n.n.-'r ,\. I'. "l>j:.>".ni at in tlir. lh. Vuntlt I'ourtat >-

Park of Palms"Win wiilch money could be drawn. Also a"iJ. (:"'00'I': I.".'._.. Slarke. Florida. aLiri puMif4 11.\ __ _, P1.25 ru Ia Vft.1 I..evUei1.0'I .

Cuts Budget $$500A forcing the- cuts into reductionsof Proposal i 1 I :>: tOun'd'r, wlwtJiiT: or. notr FKH: IM'II KOK SMK All RFPElTF.n ONK OH MOKKIUM TIMES
with curtailment I I coI i,1 >m>l lioulJ! b<*

personnel a \ ITO Vt"r.r.no.: firms!! or rporatlon'' ____. ______
a child and you win a OF TII.*>K I'll To D e Word.) -- a..w
marked for equipment. The Coun- [Continued From Past 11] j jI I II WHOM IT M.\Y rQX'F.HS: h.tn.c any ,.bj.tI..I'P to the 2..net- OtF.HtlllllH .__ 4 (....(. Per Wr
I is the motto of the Children'sBible of aid road will bprflt
life X.ke i l Is civrn th.it. |>nr. i>.int f (Cn.a'rH
been city recreation: budget, reviseduownard ,:iact that the $3,242 budgeted uaike'.s ? I I' Y'1i1i.(11..1| Mr: .\. MrHirM and4tdr'i1 At vnM ,.,. line and will t.* giv..n
which has __
Mission ,' Ute of Post 56 ..ard.T WIIiiUILI. ) HI4)LI T'ws 4 ">... rerln ".'!
At request f-e h :
I hart of the county re- A- :\ 1kna1'i.1. "n.r< .jf ':01"Tn- au .p.-u unity to !: :
I toiichms the lives of hundreds of at the request 1: of City I n'ation fund appropriated by mt-I 1cltn Ijpt'ion Commander See- .... jtl -Is "-. ::. :'. ai'd .'f s'-t.. i ic 1' d.y ..f t >rtottr I!Itl.l ; .. ..sm..N p'.. ...... rrftoit I..llnlmiB I'..,.P. ti
\ toys and girls In Florida and nine Council was approved unani- jj! Town-hip 7: s' IIlh. tUmre !O Kasi. ,:.)\ ('F COt-NT COMMlS- -
I i the" County Commission, was earmarked br Goodman the board voted to ,. uth I1* 61 f Oo .:c Ei:4IrnIVir4
J d th.* S" l' url >'> -- .k
'.tber Southeastern stairs during; |incuoly Tut-iday night!: after the I Lifli AnUITW'\iU.' V.tbUI) O\F.R to h ,4. P.. w.p4
f 01 equipment. The County provide $300:; for use as pif-mium rrniiKnl! IXit anJ of P: ftt- n :31. CO'ln'l"p I
-the PUt 25 yf-ars | Rtcreation Board had pared: :a Iit- "' -wn-fc'o 6 X< nth Kan?* :JO! Ka..t. \ Harold K NV.rman .
Commission kept its budget in ifl-.ney at the eimtiit' county fair. '. ,' ..f r.-ard l4k.M'' ''. \npuHT. 1TII n.. ; lurne'h.d Ho il r f..r Rent )n Sm-rrLsk.
fr Ordr .r this!! < .imni>-"ion 1. an .
Miss Anne Bell and Miss Reba tIe more than $50o from the tl'is category in the belief according The new mobquito control buiis.ri < -,," ir.1 itaind'in a .
*! "' I K' :tl' 4i n t1hg
10 266 originally asked. I II t\-I\ l 1"1' _
f b.i1u A. Daibyirk
Thompson workers in the north- to Clerk Chas. A. Darby that providing expenditure of $26.- rr.a running thr'uft. thf Nurth-. ,
portion of nOH'ron..nt! I.t' 2 ( c.f Board
ast> section of Florida will give The budget which now stands|it 'vas illegal for the county to appropriate 000.( l) mostly state and federal ;".1 ', ..f .:...1 <.x-tion atn! ."n.- I t-1O22! WE HAVK a new lv..n program to I CARPENTER: WORK
: i firmerLoans: i> I to 6 ytittfor
at hardest ..
$9.758. was hit in the -- -
salaries sentrd by -
for or fur'dsas County -
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I money pi the entlrv crrdU requiremerit -
an account of the paL summer'svvcik i amount marked for employment and bill tarn REMODELING, ADDITIONS
of the farmer
!office equipment of city employ- Sanitarian Jack Trawick anJ was
Friday: night. Oct. 23. at f! of temporary leatlrrshil By eliminating when needRELIABLE II) (.AiflrwIIIl' "r..J'"dloo I'rt'd"I T1I.ESATISFACTION
ees. I lacepttd by the board. you Asvttatlvn.!<: iFU. ;...rtb M"la.Oiiln'llle. .
7:30: o'clock in the lobby of Park- .
one pionohed playground .
i icbHAUIO9 i
Clerk Charles Darby reported GUARANTEED
The present total budget of the
of-the-Palms.: near: Keystone leader. cutting hours worked by
: that he has not yet received' Ii
: a
I City: Recreation Department now
!!'ights. They will use slides and REPAIRED
another and slashing salary from I JIMMY hICKS Jr.
stands at $13.001 including count j contract from Marion County GAS SERVICETHINK All klakr All ....&*
tape recordings. I $6j( to $50 for an assistant who, of Bradford County ....... Charge ...r.e.. i; 4I N. SI. (1tlr.I1L \VO Bj -*9MI
ing use
increased (ove!
; funds, which were .
All person who are interestedin :"" : U-H RADIO f TV
would be employed for the sum- :.( about $1100. Salaries account (prisoners on road work in that I..... liTftmJI2 Uwr,
children and young people are BIT program. the cut in this category -I jby The Bradford contract will OF .:. ('all "t. rlo... "" 4-419111 j I ."('K.0Rt IM)l>f; tI"PPLt'
iaipa. SLADE GAS
invited to attend. totaled $288. i I|Irr $7.229 of the budget, with Starke. Pla.tOl.l !I Hear HI* Had FactefHeldoH
Lc similar to contract now being
$5250 for a full-time director. and turf \. < kerrr *f'We ..
By closing aown Teen Time for'I.1 the remainder for temporary personnel used between Marion and Union ,. n. .'I.OR'lTOnll" !' have ju,l puichas' I h..Ilow! -
CARD OF THANKS five weeks during the football sea- County it was said. : TANKS FROM I 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP FT II }'1.ru't in Starke.F'OV I I fit ll-d Itrp'a, a low" pi i I. tnd
to be used at playgroundsand ..
I want to thank my many I TS wired an> place Flower ill :>a"5 theaving" tin Ton
8Q 1. $25 was saved in janitorial in the summer program on a i fi.r all or.-a..ionloyally.' Phone<< t' >'IrH, hop tallies <' 'lonfr \ :2" wide
lends: for their kind thoughtful- fc I's and by cutting from 42 to 26 PHONE WO 4-3351: :; \\ 0 4.":;*! 506 Ka"t Nona St tfrlig !t" "r hlrrhI..ta': file .abinets.W. .
niss during the recent death of !p;;>rt-time basis. i :Council Adds ...,., file. ...cabinet. Metaltoiar
that the school .
nights gymnasiumis .
t --At. iMmt 4' wide t ,' hi,h W.twd
my husband- was deeply Although the recreation budget FOR nfXTFllrnllh..tI ;
appreciatEd :! apart- ..
rented for basketball and volley ld.nK ta"le ,f: 1If: x, .'" ideal
May God be always with appropriated by City Council for Two New WorkCommittees iti-nt )H'na raie'', Ntarh .
| 'i"i imping and pirni.' Tp'- i
ball, another $120 was dropped. ;1 "J'Ptngcflt.r I'hone<< WO '-"II:! .
you.-Mrs. Coy A. Stephenson. 1960 was an increase; of $4,744 : r U II f. .'H oteall at :!!U Srherrr I'.IP- ia to fIf''' us. feel' fr'Imik
Insurance: at $100. office suppliesat r FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke I ..ir..ui i ..r phot.rO 4 411"! ttki
$75, and travelling expensesof over the $5.014 provided last year. St.
w.c.T.I. the program covered only seven
$250 each trimmed to .
were $25 .
:ninths. of last year The director 1 ReLewis D. Haines, Pastor W.\ )- Registered Nurses (Oen-
complete the total cut of $508- HASTINGS BUTTRESS I 1..1 duty. Excellent* workitiRondi, -
-SOBRIETY AND SELF COV1ROL was hired during February and I I I Two new committees, one for I II .
I t..T- : ARE THE FOUNDATIONSOF Recreation chairman James the program began about March Utilities and one for Recreation. I IParks. Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town & ITIIOLSTEKY: { WORKS .' ;.il I Hospital. Mac !I. in,'. Ku

Bloodwoith, who reviewed theproposed I "l'l.n.- _\l. V2I.M 4t In. ;, .
DEMOCRACY. 1. and Eeautification. were 1 Phones: Office WO 4-0801 Pastorium WO 9-2301:: 710 I..-inon :St. I'aUlkn
budget for the Council
[SIGNAL PRESS.1] about 100 fotmcd by amendment passed! at FUJI %l.P
A petition signed by
explained that the figures had :, citizens; and read just before the the City Council meeting Tuesday SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.%I. I Furniture Repaired.& Refinished Upholstered -j! \'->-,4,. Ford Stake\'-s limitii Tru. k :;-4 T..n I ighil.I ;

I night. ,ru. Fi\ '\ru fo>ip"NV
new budget asked "that not a
Council Chairman Randal Chit- Sunday S'hoolt5!) A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. I :MATTRESSES REBUILTNew II'.. \. \\BlKHt St.Phoae .
I penny be cut from the recreation

HELP WANTED -.. WOMEN I budget." ty named T. C. Hazen Jr. to head Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A I Innersprings MO 4.8101 tt hgMen's

I Fred Snell was named a member -| the new Utilities group. with J. I and Box Springs -

I of the Reci cation Committee D. Doyle. and One A. Wiggins as: FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU I Imp I\ a C'ard or Call 'II

SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS I to replace Joe Gray who resigned ii.em'oei4.: This committee; vvillj I ...\I.TK.r..\ 5.9ICO Leather
I because of a business transfer. handle all utilities including natural -' !j' :STARKKVO 4-r,934 HALF SOLES

ON THE JOB TRAINING AGES 18-35: ONLY I gas with the exception of: a- ____ ___ .Mils. pn SIMU.KK:; Starke
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and which will btt ._
sener garbage ; I :
: ( \ enl
Council Passes !
ONE WEEK PAID VACATION the le.sponsibility: of the Sanitary: I 1.50 PMen's

HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL POLICY BENEFITS Request For man Committee and Wiggins, with Doyle and Mrs.33 chair-I Ruby I LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS !i Uchg

Johns members. Rubber
i as I l.tlll.K IIIMIKFOII
Applications Taken Daily 1:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. Berry Bowl Cash j
The Recreation" : Parks and
i -- Up
= .
I NOW SERVING STARKE \r. : Odonijl-type honre.: HEELS 8Se
APPLY IN PERSON Heautification Committee will bel| 4 Ixdioomllxing' rm. family rm..1

Requests made to City Council headed by Mis. Johns and in- ilmiriK) !: i m sun. pjrlor.. liM-ated N
Walnut St.. d..itr."jott'nlb'. area '
Tuesday night included; one from i, eludes) llazen and Doyle. !*.**. t.. I>u9titit-t!" >... Ii I'ltI. !4tUHI1' ,

Big Dad Manufacturing! Co., Inc. spokesman the Elks with for John$50 for Kopelousos the annual as I members Other" committee named were chairmen: and I II Cooking and Healing 7.50 per Tank 'if lmrhe d-sir Mockill.>d I..Contact.t exit-mis frll partly owr.rr drptli rllrnl..b..t Mrs of!! ..II..ntIrr -, \I Extra Special!

Strawberry Bowl. The event is a [ I U MrLendon. 30vstchM! >-r, (lr-
I Safety- Doyle chairman; Hazjen Cooking Only 8.00 Tank Un.Iu. FU. or Inquire Bradford I
441 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Fla. charity benefit and the county per ,,'unty Telegraph. tfihgFVUI I HALF
; and Johns: ; SOLESand
has donated $100 as county advertising. I

i Fire' -Hayen. chairman: Wiggins -, PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6-4351 ItKXT: -- KKOKomi: tm-I
and Johns l.irniIied. apt "63 W Mvdi.ton. t'rI e
Chairman Randal Chitty ex- ; HEELS UpSTARKE'S
.' 2.00
I'nhiiy Mnote at Culf MatioD; UXVd.ur II
was to make no donation and i[Johns, chairman; Doyle, and Wiggins Joe Shaw
I rUIT-t'nfllrnl..h,1;; "mall$ I
that no money has been budgetedfor ; h.jap at rear of store!< (milding at
SHOP I such items. j Street Wiggins, chairman; i : :Tl -.emple A\... Contact Mrs I SHOEREPAIRING

I The matter was tabled rather ''Hazen, and Doyle.VoHey. I- a.Vainle: ni.UK Molt..n H-iifnrd at: :Mi-Carthy'M ltd l.arag"1

SHOP I than refused when the suggestion I _

SHOP I was made that perhaps the advertising No Ball I HAMPTON CHRISTIAN CHURCHInvites T WA.\TKI(. M'EflATK:> s)511-IETIIIEIrtlt'LE: :FI'M. OR PART I 123 S. Walnut St.

I fund alloted for the natural TIMK. WATKINS IHl'TJIX TillS
.01:1.0.HtX: $=>II TO $1011 III* Across from Park Theatre
could be used.
A request from John Fillyaw. Set Tonight DFTVOTKP TO TilE BUSINESS

Don't Buy Your New Caron I I \\ho wants his plumbing license 1 WRITE WATKINS 659 WEST I I1'f"IITIEt j| l,ii\ IIIIOIIKN: MKSKK1: IIOUK
I ; : bT: XK; : ,, .
e'iewed was referred to the i Staike Cabinet Shop won the T You 4l\.TLAXT.\\\ K.itr;-M l I'41.l.lf. ir. v..ut child Fall
I II <-li- i plumbing! committee. best two of three State I II IIIS \
over _, Thompson si. Ifc-lie
the First Stop I FVE\IN: -I.SSKS for ",tllll,'_ AU : -
I Maintenance Shop in the Volley .
I S I. ,hjr-ts. freiiir If3nt..... Write ll".i.e.
; : B Squad Ties I bal l League last Thursday night. TO I [iri--ior.. P-.t 11!III. Sia r...... ..r rail'i 'tI Jh at arid t;.rd"n\Viiitress Hentaiirani Wanted Ap-
\ t-.071.: ot visit Adult
.Scores were 6-15. 15-6, and 15-8.1 I ... tolll".I' :!
inn) Iffk' I>O Cl<1g. for

GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE : With/ PalatkaBradford's I Piison Starke Employees Jaycess won 15-8,over and State 154. : ----t REVIVALSERVICES I lioml inforitnt yon Htl.F.SAXOPHONE. inriimiFheil KIIIJ SALK home OK KKXT"UH -m 1><.iern',"", room bath

Baby Tornadoes remained I No games: will be played tonight ..n lla.vl"',s Hiwajr. 7 mile from

undefeated in the current Thursday) due to home football Hp T..nor.' Pue-cher ';!:trk... Jack rj.rt.-r. RFD 2. Box 104,
BUT .nsi-n-ract I:-'a"'lu..r..1' | in can*. itt'hr 'f/'ll'
after tying Palatka B \
icason !game.I \\-4.J 1-(0"::' "'..II' condition Jljrta;; << !>h.ri'.ICERATOn .
Squad 6-6 in an evenly matched i Schedule for Thursday, Oct. 29: : ': night. They 'Maintenance Prison .II-al. for apartment (;lIarantt't''i Sf..p '4 miles of Starke on I* S
game here Tuesday Shop vs '
""oil ri.ncl it i..n. $:...liu ca"h. I: "'I Phone Hnh.irt '-Sfll tfchr
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE have three previous wins to their ployees, 7 p. m- Em-I at 7:30 Clarinet. Bb Penz'I- tucller, wood i i

credit. Cabinet Shop vs Jaycees 8 in good case. $75 cash. I I F'OH St1.l-4; head PbcknllllII;

jloth touchdowns were scored in Correction: Maintenance Shop'; Each I,. II, 4ihIfln. 1031 West Madison.tr ,: he.fers.. ..;.. f:...*.....mo.... old. Inquire at Bart. -
the second quarter, with Brad- defeated Jaycees in two games I Night fi'*0 r m onlv :Stchir 10-22 : -t'hF III 'I ,

ford's carried over by DeWayne lout of three on Thursday Oct. 8. i| ",'inlin;: and drv wall work hv cox-
ii "..rl..n..,... ,
i .
drive down last week's it stated OCT. 25 31 painter Workmanship
McRae after a dogged i In paper was
Billy DEAR CUSTOMERS: rl1.H.-ntfl. <'on I act J ft j Btiilderft
Dowling the! field to paydirt. Neither team i that Jaycees defeated Maintenance I I .t- forTt...fc H.t.r tfcheTOR !:
To celebrate" the and
managed to score what would Shop two out of three. completion

have been the decisive extra point. peninjf; of my Of'"hop, beginning *. -nnXT" ":". "Ifi;I"Pnmi; S .nppersnn lie4: apartment Sf T

Billy Dowling was outstandingon Hurricanes Tigers CARL CLARK EVANGELIST"There :Monday, Ort. 12, and running, I. Kirhiir>e If.hirj
I' Across The Street From Setzer's defense for Bradford.The for the next 90 days, I am run- --
KOI: SA 1.1-: l'mehur.
j Subdivision
next B Squad game will be ,Win Their Games I ...
( t fling a brake special. I will park .; -l"H-< .n r-lork| home. Florida
played Oct. 31 against Baldwin'svarsity .....AI 7)7V) (>press jjt. Phone WO
I In Touch Football 1 your front wheel bearing and
I i 4-4 j3 ';eorge Kanfnunn
squad at 8 p. m., Ir.-lllt
$ : check your point and plug. free..
I defeated f.ARE STORAOR :
Hurricanes Wildcats SPACE Forr.nt
I'll be to all old buddies
glad '
my i ( -,11 \yc> C-:>MJ tto'h.
I 6-0 in the first touch football again. I t ,

game played at Pratt Street playgr ;. AVON CALLING

und last Saturday. Donald Your old mechanic pal Earn extra money now for Christmas -

Falcon scored on a 36-yard punt IRA (MIOUTV) .U.LKX bills. Serve customers who

return and Dale Crosby helped ALLEN'S GARAGE demand AVON PRODUCTS.

10I :- the winners by catching two passes i Write: Oulda Sweat P. O. Box
,. .
Across from Hrrrulr on Alton Ita.01
: over 20 yards. Scotty Rhoden | :?;
HOW if j' anci: Don Griffis starred on defense I!
I for the WiJjcatSI' : KENT On rtingslry Lake :i HKI.P WANTED
'urti'' hd liedroom AND OOOD
caragr: apart
In the second game Tigers defeated -i nrni with-circuUtinic Iteatcr Phone I ,.f\'f- oo'Jo.tJTnRS MA KB

to savet/rnrTh; d=II A I Tornadoes. 7-6. Jimmy .irt/ Johnstt 4-42)l. IfchRWAITKKSS t'K'";it: |> MArnoN.urrsVVTAISO FKKD' :oIAL.S1'fXEL'' ; -.

I Moore passed 17 yards to Calvin '.."TOp" FAMOfS SINCE r!,"! _
I Apply
,/ i I ti Yames for a touchdown in the : i: Is -?.,n rffter J.::* p m I! & O Trurk.p I.-> t.: irr.\n l.s WIITt11f: :: MA('-
tI' I .: l'tf"'X.\I.Ir' IO77.. FT. 1f'I'p'' |
--I' tVytaiir.int tfrhgSALK I I Ir'uf I
HERE J third quarter. Emmett Akridge I Ipl ini I I',w.\."

'. : vied 23 yards to Steve Hewett' ; : Lou. I. J jnd 4. 1i-k. 4l 'hg II 12

j. t,4'_ fot and then passed to iWly.4). J. AndTii. lntr I!I i -
: a score ;II rpq Fl4' .: ip II : t! "'O!' $.%I.C= : liming Room Tjhle.w .
1 -== I' Buddy Garbett for extra point in'' "" I...*w* Hiiffet and six -halm,
AP'j'FEATUE .-., .. IIn rrt".,,,"d. .Anti .
I the last quarter. 50 I: SILK, 14.: -rr"( IIDu.C''l1.nt iii finish Good as
II l pasture Frnndd r..k'I II III I o.Oni}' |'? lArge Ooo-Therm
Schedule for Saturday Oct. 24: ". h. JUT ISrown
WVIlit Ill'i: r- .rl J r.' Hurricanes Vs Tigers 9 a. m. are many handy labor saving devices you can % .::4 SV *"th I'oiirt Phone i I ,an-l. heavy. steel oil tank 111m.i a.
: ; "d di new. $45.iJ: lakes 'h. ,
::\1',1'13llami.! : FU 2tpIQ:2VTKI lot
Make sure all deposit slips aie coinplettty! and Wildcats is Tornadoes, 10 a. m. get at Starke Guilders Supply. I'lln 1 .- ::11''n, Key-t<>ne llelht- Itchy

\ \ ; : -- Man ,.. r"J..." liU roof I I'
filled out. {.tI >n" .HI3. Kry,,ton? lleifM ItrhR I Ii l-fl: KK.VT on Kinsley Lake ;3i
properly Elks Issue i twrlrom hi,,,-" year round All nkel3rl'rn l
("''Us S.U.IOn: ,. jtirvyin ontfi'.1| .bfoJl Sam Hnyenber 'a store
... I 1"n Cit 'all st
inplfitTripin., in'trummt. l"vel.d tfrhgMADK
Have all checks you wish to deposit; properly S.O.S. For ToysThe ,. plumb' ....h -- Se Sm Anderson
endorsed. I tnalrial or mine Also' upholMeryw
i RENT :3 room apartment }. l..ne call!) Sire Howard Tuck:
B. P. O. E. Elks need more 'puf'r 430 N Walnut St! Call WO4Mr. I er. Key"t ne Height*. Fla.

When you cash a check, inform the teller how toys for repair, such as bicycles ;a;s:. ... V John-u.n lip 4tehg UllZ

small tricycles etc. for Repair
ando wagons F')K REXT2 bedroom turni'hedptmeflt K"K SAM'hihuahu* and Trtl -
you want the proceeds (so many l's, 5's, distribution to underprivileged in Keyntonr Heights. $I:> -r mixed puppy 3 mo old }5. 1'n.

time. .,.I mo rail P :N Sundtrland.\ 1UJ Nan.yilliaon.: WO 9-1511. Up
on). I children at Christmas Add Rooms
--- Carport --- I.aone lip
Owen Vaughn. Elks' exalted f'ol SALE Buick Jjeluxe. Club'

ruler, states that, theState, Prison FOH SAI.K :3 droom horn in ''o.u"$. 1118 Miller 417 Lafayette St_
and don't overlook the fact that when Sara".ga Heights Phone WO 41722.fie : ItchicofKMXO
. you trustie who is reparing the toys I Bath Room 7pm 2tp IO'2/ I _

BANK BY MAIL there is never a waiting problem,! for the lodge, has time to do the : for Experience Office
INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. .... flri. Oood speed with Shorthand
work and they would like ( FOR RENT;; 2 bedroom .t1a't'! I and
now I on Kn! ? 'ley Lak. All m'.d"rnon- Tvp'ng nceaaaty. 40 hr work weekSiHiy .
I to get in as much stuff as possible TURES) T.-ni.nes. Central: heatlne Call Mm i open. C.U* experience- fIrst
as early as possible. ', I. r>al''Y' at WOI4 tfchg I! letter Writ P. O. Box 823-B Starkeil .

Anyone who has anything to Time To Re-roof MAI.R HRf.P WANTED I I :_ Ztchg lOIn-

give away in the wheel toy line is 'ITTTE SALESMAN Good on- .Fort. KENT 4 room unfurnished
FLORIDA" ... r i>..rtlT fornlshed
loll f"r v >une man willing to hoo e Farmern
asked to bring it to any Phillips
M.'kM Road.
work Age 21-30 High School edu- Apply El Ranrho
66 service station in Starke. They :fmn Apply Slant* Warrhon* 11J: .el IchgI

will be collected by the Elks and STARKE BUILDERS ot-ated behind Ronald'" otanrant
*' ? 301 south Thursday between.f. i pF'r.I.v..now
J1IILfl State'Prison for .. ... S- reirular
: taken to the re- > a oil At* Friday 1tng: Ttlne IJ.55. Cotlon"''ed Meal
conditioning. I I ru'.r' IS C5 T "" "." Friday
.., itAt'' Gf T4' Q"IG"ra1'Q. ..... ,.Qv. ._tMSj_h"ir.i.. .'ffi&MsCj COAP. T.1t.OPfDF.: DRAPERIES I and,.. Saturday only? Prowttlee, Ph s-
"Please look your toys over and free, labor }(nr. Pfftr !Shaller 2ftH en
turn them in. It will surely make I SUPPLIES Inc. .''''klno $t. phone WO 4.Snt tfchg: I ItchyHET.P

t soaje needy children'happy Christmas 2FtTLONGi>> INCHES"WirTE: 1\I'\1.r.: mt'f'hanif: WANTED -- Foreman I
for factory
; morning," Mr.'Vaughn states. Awiiipofor Sale. Cot $24S will ifll I Pwln lIult and walking' toI'AiE make.
fur $100.) Apply at 241 W. Call St. nly Florida .hor' ApI -
I Sun
after i p. m. ltp t Box Z3. Stukel Iae. P O.
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iI I i I Miss Dodd To Wed Walter H. Mann to Stamford, each first Sunday); 6:30 p. m.. COMMUNITI CHURCH
Keystone Council Sets Procedure J i i C nn. Walter will then drive Mr..iiid Young People meet. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Howard D. FreemanOn Mrs. A. Babcock. who have Holy Days'1:30 a. m.. Holy Dr. Albert C. Holt. Minister:

I By Mary K. Schaeffer bten spending the summer in Con- Communion. Mis. J. L. Hrthrrintton
November 14
For Annexation Referendum Dec. 8 I I Ir necticutt, back to Melrose. JW.. Organist and Choir Director
day of the month while the II FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning -
Keystone IndiansSealp'um lunch-I I will visit his children in New York. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
I eon and social meetings KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
I Eddie Rothhammer son of Mr. Worship 11:00 a.m.
Mechanics for Keystone Heights'annexation authorizing the election, annexation i on the 4th Tuesday of each I J, R. Smith, pastor. Raipn I
election on Tuesday,j must be approved by a two- !! finally happened, as we knewit month. The Coffee will I and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer, Copeland. I
would. The Indians- replacethe spent the weekend in Bainbridge.Ga. Minister of Music and St. William's Catholic Chapel
Dec. 8, were set in motion at a thirds majority of those voting Keystone luncheon for the month off' church organist. Keystone Heights
Town Coun- within the limits and a two-thirds ovr Junior High School Football: October. visiting relatives. I
of I Services
special meeting Duplicate Bridge Sunday School, 9:45. Sunday Mass, at 8:30 a m.
cil night. Oct. 15- majority of those voting in Team-won its first game of the The special for a. m. Morning '
Thursday this
project year Winners of Duplicate Bridge Worship Ham. Holy day Mass at 7-00 a. a.
Arthur Manenns was named I the area to be annexed, in orderto season on Oct. 17, by beating will be the Library. It was decided I..lajt l week were, tied for firstMrs. Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.
not Junior
School teamon
vote High
for the registration be effective. The is that all services 8
deputy registrar blood donations collected p. m. I Confessions before an Masses.
Arnold Larsen and Miss Iva Hill-
: of all qualified electors- limited to freeholders. All quali- the Melrose field. In the first by the Woman's Club will "Make church
,ytr and Mrs. Robert Hollis and worship a family Baptisms, marriages and Instructions
within the limits, .ied electors may register and quarter Keystone's Tom Gardnerran into affair.
those living city go the Clay Electric Fund in i.i by appointment
Jlrs. Becker Mrs.
Ray ; second
touchdown from 30
as well as those living in the area I II I a yards Gainesville. The Keystone Club I
ote.The Dorothy Scully and Mrs. Paley
out. Gardner also scored the extra -
proposed to be annexed. proposed annexation area will join the Community Achieve- ,
i iI iI Boyd; third Mrs. Dick Cunningham -
In the
point. second quarterit New SubdivisionJUST
Mr Manenng will have the registration nludes 43 homes, and should ment contest of the Florida Fed- I and Mrs. Nan Hopkins.
books available at the add another 150 persons to the was Gardner again for another eration of Woman's Clubs, and F
lions Club Plans Fish Fry
touchdown but this the In- i
J-L Plumbing: Shop, next door to population of Keystone, if the time the project will be Community j At the regular! meeting of the ; r JUST OPENED[ ON
dians failed to get the extra point.
the barber shop. Monday through measure: is approved. Present Keystone Beautification.: I
Lions Club last it
Thursday was
The 13-0 at half time.
Friday from 3:30: a. m. to 5 p. m., population is estimated atj I score was Reports on the Ski Tournament
decided to hold fish fry Thursday -
In the third quarter L. Dugger of a IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone LakeNear
8:30 !> \ stands were given, and the ladies 3
and On Saturdays from : a into ro.If Starke. gave the Starke eleven -' night Nov. 19, to raise money
noon. approved, the Keystone city '.-ere all pleased. Rates on Club -
f jr comunity projects. will be
their touchdown of the
only ,
iir.,its in the southwest part of game rentals have been changed for I Keystone )Heights[
In order to be qualified to vote, ana also made the extra point. I I held from 5 to 7 p. m. in the
ton will be extended to includean this: jear. Anyone desiring information GOOD SANDY BEACHES
an elector must have resided in During the fourth quarter Key- Parish House and music will be
area bounded by a line starting on rentals may call Mrs I Nice Shade Large Lots
Fiorida for 12 months and in the st ne's George Leath intercepted I provided. Price will be $1.25 for -
months. at the intersection of Peach A F. Crosby. Mrs. Herbert Nelsonis lulls and .75 for children. $2,275 TO $2,575
area six $
a Starke pass started the Indians in : Mr. and Mrs. Rooert J. Dodd of I
of the
and Orchid Stieets, including charge Appointmentbook. : Don't forget to make plans now 20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY
According to the legislative act I rolling again with the help Keystone Heights announce the -
: While th Woman's Club is
blocks 9 and 10 of Lake View ;
Jimmy McMurtty's 25 yd. run. OnKeystone's engagement of Mr. Dodd's daughter to attend the Hallowe'en Carnival
Highlands thence running to a lovely place a party there s. E. M KAY( REALTORKeystone
'I :: third down Tom Gard- Frances Margaret, to Howard I Saturday.I : Oct. 31. -
HAIR will be the
OFF Grove St.. down Grove to Point no dancing on new Melrose Bows to Hawthrone, 25-0
fumbled the ball and it
ner picked Donald Freeman son of Mr. and
FOREVERUnsightly View Road and on to Lake floors- Anyone planning a dancing Fumbles and intercepted passes Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151
i, up and ran foi a touchdown. Mrs. William M. Freeman of
Geneva, extending 200 feet into I Jimmy Roach made the extra party need not inquire as to rates. White Springs. proved costly to the Melrose) Bull- Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968
the lake from water's edge, thence Yearly dues will be $4. New
\i point making the final score 20-7 The wedding will be solemnized dogs as they faced the Hawthorne
numbers at the meeting
Excess Facial ,. ca-jterly back to Peach St. present their
Hornets Friday night for
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in -
I Keystone's favor. 14, in
Mrs. W. H. Crawford, and :at 3 p. m. Saturday. Nov. -.y
1 sere
lair[ Removed Council announced that residents -, Charles Bennett To Speak I William the Baptist Church at White annual Homecoming.The .
Mrs. A- S. Leath. Mrs.
living outside the city limits,1 This evening, Oct. 22, the Springs. Bulldogs held the Hornets
introduced the
in area proposed. to be annexed,I monthly meeting of the PTA will members Reynolds who welcomed new into No invitations are being issued,. scoreless in the first quarter buta : i_

will use George Massa's garage, at I be held at the school auditorium. the club., Hostesses were for the after- but all friends and relatives of fumbled punt was recovered by
the northeast corner of Lawrence the Hornets and in five plays the
I Charles E. Bennett U. S. Congressman Mrs. Gladyce Bach- the couple are invited to attend

s-i Boulevard and Garden St.,I from Jacksonville, will noon were and Mrs. David Nelson- the ceremony and the reception Hornets had their first touch
as a polling place. Clerks and inspectors mann down. Their try for an extra point
Dwyer be the speaker. His subject will be Bazaar Coming Up which will be held in the White \

for the election will be "Federal Legislation and its Effects Springs Woman's Club.MELROSE. failed.
: With the PTA Carnival uponus I
The Bulldogs then drove deep

Electrologfet I named at the; next regular Counil II Rummage on Our Sale Schools.Today the_ Woman's. _Club 0. "Bazaar i ._w.w..w..w..w.___________________._._. :.nto Hornet_ territory lor a first
I '- meeting.: .- .. -. u>nt far behind. This is the annual down. However time ran out on I

107 W. University Ave. I City officials reported there is I Church me ladies are holding 01 tne a community RummageSaie I :: fund-raising project of the the luckless Bulldogs as the horn
;'*'."'1 little Keystone Woman's Club and this
Gainesville FR 2-8039 open opposition to the sounded for the half.
the store recently -
today in room
i annexation proposal. I I : vacated by Belote's Rexall'Store. year, Mrs. Arnold Larson is the i I The second touchdown came
chairman, with Mrs George Phelps ii *
By Joyce Rothhammer after recovered ; 1
We have been to these sales : will' a block punt was
co-chairman. Mrs. E. S. Alien 1
KEYSTONE on the Melrose six. Wayne Wil-
DEPARTMENT STOREMen's before, and were amazed at how have the Surprise Package Booth, .AAAAA&AAAA&& &Aj.VuU
far a dollar would go! The sale liams carried it over. I %%
Women's with items for adults and children. Grant Rothhamer and daughters [
Children's Clothing & Shoes w'ii continue Oct. 23, and 24. In the final minutes in the I,,
She hopes all her friends will give Joyce and Carol, spent last Paulling
Woman Club Plans fourth quarter Tommy
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY her a package. Mrs. Ray Chance Monday in St. Augustine.Mrs. S
Melrose) and
Morning Coffee intercepted a pass
I will have the White Elephant ,
W. H. Mann is in Rich-
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster OwnerREDFEARN'S Keystone Heights Woman's Club ran 65 yards. hater the Hornets
Booth and she too hopes that
mond, Va. visiting her sister, Mrs.
i met for its first business meeting "whatchamacallits" I recovered the ball by intercepting
pe"'pleill save their O. H. Biar.
ct the season on Oct. 13. Plans ,another Bulldog pass. Rudolph
for her. Mrs. J. D. Hen- and
Evans Dykes
Mr. and Mrs. I
were made for the Morning Coffee chairman. AtKinsoji broke }loose and ran 66
is luncheon
to be held Oct. 27, from 10:30-a. be son, Mickey, formerly of Keystone yards for the final touchdown of I 1
Plants and decorations will moved to Melrose.
m. until noon. The Coffee will be Heights, have the game. Phil' Thoman ran the 3
"open house", and the communityis Mrs. Sara McDonald's booth. Mrs. :Mr. Dykes works at Sperry Rand ball over for the only extra pointof
Henry :Mickle will. be In charge:I Corp. In Gainesville and his wifeis .
FALL invited. the
t. of handiwork again this year. If a nurse at the University of
of the ,
All business meetings of the Homecoming -
has old nylon hose. -
anyone any Florida Medical Center in Gainesville -
club are held on the second Tues- it if : queen and her court prececdedthe ,f -.,
Mrs. Mickle appreciate
Dykes is a graduate of I }
kick-off. The 'girls arrived in
would donate tnem to tne
V.HOTPOINT they Melrose High.
WHYTrade Mrs. Herbert Nelson will convertibles and were escorted
cause. Mrs, Florence Jackson and
be in charge of Baked Goods and grandson. Tommy Rayburn are onto the field by the four senior 9.. F'

a headache for an upset other fancy foods. Mrs. Carl Wis- spending two weeks in Atlanta ootbal players. The. queen, Susan ;t \ 7s k

stomach 4headache trup will have the Book Booth. Bass a senior was crowned in the

pills do not remove The date is Nov. 14, and it will Ga.H.. W. Tyler Jr. of Tallahassee (Continued on Next, Page) Vn

the cause of the headache they be held at the Woman's Club spent the weekend with.his parents : Ir

only ease the headache temporarily starting at 10:30 a. m., with Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler, ST. ANTTS EPISCOPAL t ( rij -

I and create other trouble. luncheon served at 11:30 a- m. CHURCHYSTO 'E '. :.-

Since the nervous system controls -I Troop 229 Notes Sr.Mr.. and Mrs. Gaskins of Lakeland I Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar '-.F-i

the function of each organof Brownie Troop No. 229 met spent the day recently with Sunday-7:30: a. m.. Holy Communion : ..

the body, not only can the Monday afternoon for its regular Mrs. Gaskins'; brother-in-law and ; 9:30: a. m. Sunday """ .

!Krause of headaches be found and weekly meeting in St. William's sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Griner. School; 9:30: a. UL, Morning Prayer ::": 4"I ;0I ;;-_

removed but other conditions suchas Recreation Hall. The girls made Clarence Mann, who is a patientat and Sermon [Holy Communion ;;;, = ifd.

back ache, nervousness Jack-O-Lantem favor boxes for Lake ,
3-CYClE constipation! Veterans' Hospital in City ; t r.
fatigue, asthma, kidney their Hallowe'en party next week.I.was able to spend the weekend (OTA '- 1 <

and liver trouble can readily becorrected The "older" Brownies taught the with his wife, Mrs. Nettie Mann. '! \ J

by locating and removing otners the Brownie Pledge and Mrs. Eddie Peacock and son -

AUTOMATIC WASHER the cause.Chiropractic. three sqngsMrs.. Joe Daurer is Charlie, and brothers. Charles SUMMER COLD ; P J .

restores health after troop leader. and Wayne Hodges, took their

other methods fail so you can Chamber of Commerce Meeting uncle John Tyler to LaBelle for a TRKEf r

save time and money if you bee I I The monthly Chamber of Commerce w k'sisit with them. While "

AND MATCHING DRYER jour Chiropractor first.CALL meeting was held last Monday there he also visited his sisters ,: ;?PJ t I

(( TIlE evening.. At this time the Mrs.:: May Baco and Mrs. Susie ,

Dr. H. G. Bollinger Chamber endorsed the proposedegg Hodge.J. UURE11FI a
processing plant which wantsto : TIME I
W. Mann drove his father. TO
Chiropractic Offices locate in Keystone Heights.

426 N. Walnut St. The Chamber also offered its assistance -

I Phone WO 4-2881 or Starke group. as a group to the Co-op S WfLORIDA I COUNTIESLEE I Ii t CHANGE TO AN ,:

Wallace Jones of the Florida
728 E. University .
Development Commission was
Phone 6-3238 GataeavUto telling the of
I guest speaker, group
20 Years Experience 9mu'cRANGE
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/ try to SAVE k Fort Myers

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\ all the time! i A tkt : Today's/Zame/ess/ Modern Automatic Elec- .

-- tric Ranges let you enjoy safe, cooler. ,

rE :: !,"t odorless, sootless, free-and-easy cooking

< with finger-touch control. No constant

IJ l burning pilot lights.
.... wwF4i ; 1LLct.g .. HOME And remember, it's cheaper to go all-

F-" electric in your kitchen-laundry than to t
Lee County on the lower gulf coast, was founded combination of services.
use a
BOTH I -'. in 1884. Its 43 miles of tropical beaches make it ;f:

American t
a geographical paradise an "play
330PFOR I j-' '-- ground" teeming with a multimillion dollar tourist : '

ONLY :. '" ", trade. The winter homes and workshops of such .F3
.. notables as Thomas A Edison still stand in Fort s:-
it.-- Myers. An annual "Pageant of Light" is held to :-:'.

commemorate Edison's invention of the incandescent '7if

(After Trade) I lamp. Tourists, agriculture, commercial fishing anda !

Think "thrift" constantly. far-reaching gladioli industry represent main B
sources of income. :>j<
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In progressive Lee County and throughout Flor- rp
Bonk your savings regularly. ida the United States Brewers Foundation works

constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under -

REDFEARN'S'Where MAKE FINANCIAL PROGRESS RAPIDLYI! pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict __ Visit your appliance I
law enforcement serves the best interest of the people -: dealer today and see the

of Florida, the Foundation stresses close coopera- new Electric Ranges -
WE'LL WELCOME YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT HERE. tion with the Armed Forces, law enforcement and "

Service IsAssured" governing officials in its continuing "self.regulation" t!r automatic Electric

program. } Water Heaters, too! j ,
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A Friendly Bank in Friendly l. '
a Community ;
Keystone Heights j SHOP AND SAVE$ON HUBS Keystone Heights, Fla LIGHT, BRIGHT fJi'\\"S'1 i i p FoundationO FtwWe Df.iw> FLORIDA POWER &: LIGHT CO. f

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yyyyTR171y'1Y//11TV1 f'p..ill.-one half hour earlier than I I mins and their daughter and two Pat Preston senior attendant; t I| foes in the Rlverland Conference.I I TRINITY EPISCOPAL ...ealcd. mailed oids will be" openedand II .tud For Bradford=- r...tr, Florida.la .

KEYSTONE usual, to allow Father Dougherty I sons. Mrs. Timmins is the daughter Judy Harpe. junior attendant; :Melrose Students Hear Dr. Marx CHURCH MELROSERev. i> starting read at bid the sale for public the highest aurtion.Mailed toe i. men lie,. :Itrmtffd.state of llerma* W. Cle
I to to Orlando the of Mr. and A. Williams a"d Carol Hurst, sophomore at- >. ice Of Fllia PetftfoB Fo FinalIlimebarice
go to Eucharistic -, Mrs. J. Dr. Lester L. Marx of Orlando M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar bids will l e reiei\ed by :State .I *
HIGHLIGHTS Cngress. A number of Keystone cf Keystone Heights. Col Timminsis I tndant. Other escorts were Gene ws guest speaker at Melrose High Sunday-10 a. BL, Sunday i i I Land dpitnl.Office.Tallahassee.Room Florida.114. State is hereby Of KxeeatrlxXoiie given that I

I parishioners will also attend in charge of S. A. C. at the I SUnton, George Hanks and Mark last week. He: spoke against smok- School; 11:15 a, m.. Morning I The nrcesj.ful bidder is to pay hatr filed m>. final returns as ex-:
AAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAA the Congress.The Rome Air Base. Gnboaidi. Following the corona- Prayer and Sermon (Holy Communion I the ,->!-t of advertising and dOf'uI wnuix I of the Kstate of Herman W."I.m..n' .
!ins: and showed a movie "One in ', mcntary derejuwd: that I have (11..4my
(Continued from Page One Choir is practicing every Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendry j jJ ;ir-n. the girls were escorted to 20.000"" which was about a chain each first Sunday]; 7:30p. i I I I Tr.r sal stamps... if and when made, shall nation for distribution and for
Sunday afternoon from 12 noon ; have returned from a trip to ] the sidelines where they were presented smoker stricken with' lung m. Young People meet. toe subject to the Board reserving final discharge, and that on Xovem-
J cancer
I I I will; to the Hnn-
be2. 195 I apply
his background with the Development I till? 1 p. m. and every Wednesday I(Cleveland. They were accompanied with corsages and reignedcvtr inu the operation he underwent Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy Com- I I unto .itsflf minerals 75 Pr and rent metals of the and phosphate SO .rae! Theron A. Tawn. County
Commission and the type I evening from 7:30 till 8:30. Mrs,..jby their two children Bobby and the game. I to have his life. He also lectured munion. per rent of rh. petroleum thereon Jidz of Bradford County. Florida
I foi ipproval of said final returns
sistance groups such as ours can Btchmann, Choir director, requests | -r thereunder.Th.
: Heidi.yyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyywyyyyV The homecoming festivities bean alcohol.Dr. I ..
; about dope and I I i i State Itoard of Education reyere and f>'T an rd receive from the Commission.Mr. : that all members attend Thursday night with ahuge the right to rej.ft any and f.-i :coal! di-x-harK-e as Exemtrii of
Marx also played some : OTln: ill of Herman W Clement. d>-
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Jones then presented these ItiU i'lds.
a movie rehearsals.
important bonfire and make dance through NOTICE ic i hvivl.y siven that the ,I ... .,
musical selections by Stephen -
nlnrf:r: of the State Hoard .a
entitled "Blueprint For Pro- St. William's is again i Stat Board of Kctiuation ..f Florida ,.
sponsor- tonn. A pep rally was held Friday of Education of the State of Florida. t..t r 1. JOV.! :
Foster. A delight to the group Piir>Cant to I.aw will offer for sal. Doris Carlt..nF.sf'I"'utrls.
Brownie No. 229 this MELROSE C.dlinsGovernor
gress. ing Troop afternoon in the High School I for competitive bid, in the Hoard LeRoy .
The Industrial Commission will vear. auditorium. Festivities ended witha was Joey. the talking doll. ,:....I1I..f, th< tOn\f'rn..r'II Off iff.np"l titS U 10"'
ATTEST: Thos.! n BaileySuperintendent
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complete the material needed for St. Anne'sLast I& The movie shown to the elementary of
!homecoming dance at the Parish :SO :
at 10 \ M. October :J7; 11:0.! RIGHT POINT for 41
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our Wednesday evening ten (Continued from One] 'ro H.iwnc djwnt land in I
Page students "Food For
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send it to Mr. Jones for com plethin. couples from our congregation attended Ihll.<:e after the game. I Oad'r.rd ourltx.. Florida. '''-WI' j way you write. Come in mod select
John- Friday night the Bulldogs will (Thought'and?: was about the foods h' of E'.r S. 'i-tioii In i your favorite ESTERBROOK
A "mailing sheet" should be the Stewardship Dinnerin middle of the field by R. L. T -
-hip south Ham :'J:! Fas'i tTIt'E I
available within the next few Gainesville I son. Members of her court were, host! Trenton one of the toughest [they should eat. i ,ti a 'rPs In The t'..aty JviUceN fart In j Fountain Pea. 'fKLZGRAFH..

weeks. Junior Chor will practice on
Rotary Club Notes I Thursday,-today, at 3:45.: Friday,'
Plans are shaping up for the I tomorrw. Girl Scout Troop 1031 i iI
Rotary Club Ladies Night to beheld mil] meet in the Parish house at!I
in November with Watson 3:45There will be an E. Y. C. :
Hardenbergh in charge of arrangements -,i meeting: in Melrose Sunday even-!'I
Ed Conneen will be I in;. The group will leave from the'
in charge of the Rotary hamburger I II I church at 6 p- m. iI j .
I ooth at the annual Halloween The NEARLY NEW SHOP is
Carnival Oct. 30. Recent pro- a growing concern and in order
grams at the club have included to meet the demand for used I|
a talk by Courtney Roberts of the I I articles we should be constantly I II

Gainesville police department on cn the alert for any items that i
the use of fire arms and a discussion I I can be sold. Please contact Mrs. 1 I

of recreation last Fridayby George Phelps if you have any
Dr. Roy Leilich of the University such items. .
of Florida. Lucie Honored Again

CHURCH NEWS Miss Lucie L'Ecuyei. house guestof Mi :r
First Baptist Church Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann was :..-. s
Last Sunday evening, the new the guest of honor at a luncheon
pipe organ was dedicated before given for her by Mrs. Herbert Nel-
a capacity crowd. Folks from all son at the Nelson home on Lake- MOST fABULOUS :
the churches in Keystone and surrounding view Drive, last Thursday. Other .1HE
vilages were there and guests included Mrs. Joe Pawli- : at

the choir was at its best. Special kowski. Mrs. Henry Mickle, Mrs. .
mention is hereby given to Mrs. Louis Kyle, Mrs. Paley Boyd. Mrs. .
Ray Stedham for her lovely solo L'wis Muir. Mrs. Gladyce Bach-

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numbers. Appreciation is also expressed Starnes Mrs. C. V. Burst. Mrs. TIMEfrj7js
to Mr. and Mrs. Spauldingfor Sam Gardner. Mrs.-George Schaeffer -

their lovely selections.The Mrs. Ed Conneen and Mrs. ,
Church is contemplating Everett Fox. Mrs. Fox and Mrs. .
fie addition of a boys' choir in Conneen assisted Mrs. Nelson in
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the Cherub and Carol Choirs are the regular 'weekly meetingof -
singing in addition to the Adult the Duplicate Bridge Club. Oct.
Choir. "A singing Church is a 19 Mrs. George Phelps and Mrs. I HIGH FIDELITY- INCH e 33 1/3 RPM LONG PLAY .

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TVffTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTVtGRAHAM Youngblood has recently returned .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willis, Sat- TTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT [.1:30 the Sunday School will !Mrs. Herbert Hawkins. Mr. and

from a ten-day stay at Bradford.urday. OF visit Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church.! Mrs. George Leverson, Mrs. Ellen
County Hospital.!' i I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brought Patents are asked to attend with I Holmes and Mrs. Marguerite
Sunday guests of Mrs. Kate:i visited relatives in Plant City Sun- their children. Ranell English Parks. A delicious meal was ser- WilliAMSJEWELRY
' ftlri. John McKlnueyLLALALALAAAAAALAA Starling were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest !I i day.Mr. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY : p,irter.i re-I rd and enjoyed by all. The

. Ortages and son of Jacksonville and :MrsFrank: Thomas 'i Bethlehem Frrrwill Baptist Hawkins family will join Sgt
and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Starling I of Hampton visited her mother. By Ozora Shell ; Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Hawkins: as soon as passage can

Rev. George Tyson of Gaines- :rind sons of Gainesville.Mr. i Mis. Alice Starling. Sunday. &&&&L&.& &&&&& LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAColorful Church Rev. L. McKay. pastor; will I l-e: arranged by the U- S. government. WATCHES DIAMONDS
vile has been called to serve as and Mrs. Colen Ratliff and Gentian Kennedy of Fort Ben- --- hold regular service on Sunday Ranell English reporter.It .

pastor at the Graham church. He son Chip of Gainesville visited her nu: Ga- Is home for a few days Exhibits( (Theater Monday night with President .-t.uting with Sunday School Supt. was a surprise for Jessie RKPAIRS

brought the message; Sunday to grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John :leave with his wife and daughter. 'I The Bradford County Fair. now | W. Brooks in charge. Plans I Ii .,;..1:1 charge. The morning and even- Moore Jr. whey the ninth grade All Work GuaranteedA.

a large crowd. Suirency Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Griffin visited LI progress has many interesting !, were completed for the Halloween m* message will be delivered bv Mass entertained him with a C. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willis and and Mrs. Phillip Vicars and in North Carolina last week. exhibits including the articles I I Party to be held at the home of the pastor or appointee. Please luncheon at C. C. Anderson Jr. 142 W. Call St.

children have moved to Ocala Mr. and Mrs. :Martin Roderiquiz. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Campbell I made by the schools of our group. i I Mrs. Dinah Tyson Saturday. Oct. oo"erve the following schedulefor Hi. Guests included Miss DM.. Starve Fla.

There) Mr. Willis has taken a po- \isited friends in Jacksonville, here moved to a home on SR 225 I Most of the teachers entered var- i!H.: All members are asked to contact the week: Monday. 7 p. m. rJ)earman. Principal Anderson and ,

sition. Sunday. about a mile from Graham. Ii i vus specimen in arts and crafts,I their guests and give them Faithful: Few Club; Tuesday 7 p- Supervisor Shell A delicious meal Formerly Roberts Jewelry

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wvnn of Dr. and Mrs. M. Campanellaspent Robert Cain and Judy Brough- iiv/memaking and industrial arts. instructions for getting to the af- in. choir rehearsal l; Wednesday WAC sf'n'ed.Ir Moore is the.

Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. John the weekend in Miami visiting ton. who are both employed in I A team of judges from Gainesville,j f Jir-: A real trick or treat will be 7 p- m. Prayer Meeting: Friday. h.meroom teacher of this group.
Gainesville, the weekend led by Mrs. Florence H. Williams ,in store for all persons present.
MccKinney last Wednesday.Mr. their daughter Joan who is spent : 7 p. m. Prayer Band: I Can Circle -
with their specialists in home economics. M Alma R. Jenkins reporter.
1 e-pcctive parent each first and third Sunday
and Mrs. John McKmneyiud ruending: the University there. i
Mrs. Ida Jones reported that her A. Hampton. Universtiy, awarded Fiesta Club I I j I
night at8 p. m. To all of these
children visited Mr.and Mrs.A. Carleen and Arthur Melton of
A. Youngblood Saturday. Mr. Waldo visited heir grandparents. Mother Henry Aultman of Mulberry fO; first 100 second and 40 third 1 The regular meeting of the activities the members and gen- 3-DAY WEEKEND ATVILLAGE
is ill. We hope he recovers r-iemiums to articles on exhibit at Fiesta Club will be held at the e.al public are cordially invited.
Jl.ln. I fair. All parents and lovers of art home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clark .
Mary McBridc. reporter.
:Mrand; Mrs Irwin D\al had as j i ai.d beauty are asked to visit the in South Starke. All members are .\! Chapel .\ME Church ELLINOR
I.:) mils 3 ft. x loon) ft. $13.96:: !) ) per roll. Cash with order guests: last Thursday Mrs. Ruby exhibits in the log cabin of the asked to be present and on time. Allen Chapel AME Church. Rev.

I.;) mils ft. x 1000 fl. S18.62 per roll. Cash with order Biitt and son Ray of Ocala and American Legion Post. The fair Business of importance must be L* A. Sampson. pastor will hold !

Ask for prices of other thicknesses: and sizesPOLY Airs. Neta Dva! of Starke. Committee chahed by Principal transactedWilliam Holland rt"':ular Trustee Day all day startIng IN DAYTONA BEACH

Mr and dUs. Allen Ward and Eddie Thompkin is to be commanded ivrsidenl.. Gloria Graham re- with Sunday School at 10 a.
| FILM 1 CO., Inc. Ho937!); CrjMai user Fin.
for th.o
rliughter: Diana of St. Mary. Ga.v.ited display. porter. m. Supt. Irene Thomas in char e.
her father. Leon Wynn Schools participating were: C. C. 50.
Adult Education Prof. Eddie Thompkins. chairmanof
I Anderson Junior High, Lawtey: The classes in adult education the Trustee: Board is asking all $
Training School Thurs-
Hampton ; 'ere still open for new members. : members to see leaders and pay
....... ..- ton Elementary RJE, and Special 4.
Sunday.NORTH Any persons interested in completing dues so that we can begin the new fOR
'fiiurcton School News high school or just learn- conference year in a fine way. 176 of ft 50 units
SIDE ;ug to read, write or spell are asked Junior Church each Tuesday at
PTA meeting held Monday S.ptlOK.11J
to contact Principal Eddie 5 p- m. E. J. Givens reporter. j
By :Mrs. John CowartAAAAAU.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAu f night with President Louiza '
Tliompfcins: who will A.itinch Baptist Church
Blown in charge. All important help you get Y.. moy ttock in .* wily .* yv Met FrW.yl..rnb+g .*4 ctodk
c storied. The classes meet each Antioch Baptist Church Rev. .w Of lot. o. S P.M. Sunday .v.ning-and ito <.tt .f J""r
easiness was transacted and patrons I night except Wednesday at RJE. Gtorsre! Lee. Sr. pastor held resu-: PRIVATE VillA i* .....Iy $13.50 f.r *. wII.It ....k......,
: The message at North Side Bap- promised to visit the exhibits r
nJr Eddie Thompkins principal. lat service Sunday starting with
: ,, t.\ Church Sunday was brought',! at the fair. Although the '
/ ,PTA :Meeting Sunday School. The morning sr- EILINOR VILLAGE HAS THESE EXTRA FEATURES .
: b:. Brother W. C. Hall of Miami. small children are in grades one
t The regular PTA meeting was mjn was delivered by the pastor. II H.I.l G.lf Cvn *NMrb, ..
Visitors are welcome to al services. and two many lovely gifts and
: ;geld Wednesday Afternoon service was with the : AnrOdie"1
night. Oct. 14, at
; Mrs. Mamie Clark and Mrs.I pieces of art were placed on exhibit 8 p. ni-. Rev. Levy Lennon Federation at Ebenezer. Rev. Lee Swh..h. i toft" (4 of !*.). N FRIE
Mei tie Gaskins will enter st. and represent parents as well pre- .
SIIuffr..ord GIlEEIiS
vin-I siding. delivered the sermon at 7:30: p. m. 5 An-.other t..Ai C.um
--- yor "*nt's Hospital for surgery 9s pupils. Last year the PTA-Hob- at
S The sermon was preached FEES
-..- V day. Mrs. Edna Harley is still a b> Club participated.There j! Robert Dell was appointed Antioch the tor of For additiocal information :..
:oP h" V patient in Bradford County Hos- will be a PreHallowe'enPartv ''chairman; of the Budget Commit- by ne.pa fill in this couponELuMOR

.. .>"+&&'':fk?;" --- i o'talThose- at Thur ton School Wednesday :j t..e. J. D. Green Mrs. A. Chandler, Pieasantr Grove Keystone Heighls. r -------_...
I Sis Gertrude Carter is on the
Mis- R. English and Rev. James YlUAGI
: visiting the Oscar Carter Oct. 28 from 7:30 p. m. to II
I| family Sunday were Joe Rondez 10 p. m. For an evening of fun 'will work with the chairman. Silk list visit; her. Sis Arata Williams I..t.. W9.Dcrytena .

__ !and family and Marie Wilson of I I a.d enjoyment come to Thurston I'i A water cooler was suggested reporter. dolt Florida >r
flNTIRELESS Miami. I Elementary School on the above fer the year's project. Surprise PartyA I

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hazen amt cUte. Activities will include pin- I Mrs. Margaret Bass accepted surprise party was given Monday t .NrI r

-the daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. jing the cat's tail apple bitting i :he ofifce as financial secretary. night: at the home of Mr. and >' ; AMI I

.. t).hma Norman during the week- biiigo. Chinese Checkers and spin- 1 The president would like to have Mrs. Robert Green in Lincoln pb "ud.r I
end. ning the plate. Refreshments will support; of all parents in the van City for Robert Green who will 1
ThE Earl Dfiimaik and family of include: ice cream cold drunks, ous communities who have children return; to the Navy in S. C. Sgt.

Jacksonville visited! his mother. hat fish hot dos, candied apples -_ enrolled at RJE in order that Herbert was honored on the eve 1SAMPLE

Mrs Lois Carter of Lawtey, recently. and pop trorn. We will be 'he PTA may put over a bigger of his departure for overseas duty. >:
All-nylon cord Milemaster tires by Cities Service I 'ooking for you. Mrs. S. C. Price. .?..d better program this year. We < For the past few years he has been | !r

last and last and last. "Mrs. Carrie Norman spent Sun- Principal-teacher. I are expecting to see you Wednesday 'assigned: to duty in Texas. Guests j
day with her daughter. Mrs. Wade Carnation Club : after the first Sunday in No- :, at the party included Mt. and iMrs. j jI

Tube or tubeless, new Milemaster tires are Guskins. We rejoice that she has I, The Carnatior Club met at Reno vtmber. Rev. Lennon, pres., Mrs. I Rayford. English, Sgt. and i,
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than steel resist recovered from her long illness. 5.1. J. Lee. reporter.
pound for pound stronger
:Mr. and Mrs. Candella of Jacksonville ..'...........n.... .. CilURCII NEWS
heat, blowouts, breaks. .cushion your ride and were Sunday visitors; of \ :New Bethel Baptist Church BALLOT

reduce squealing, too! Yet they're r"-r-: !'-I l amazingly M;;Mrs;. and Kathenne Mrs. Russell Sponholtz Carter. wasa STATE FARM{ P.CA.New. B.Bethel Vin on.Baptist pastor will Church hold .

i low for such quality. recent dinner guest of Mrs. regular-! pastoral services on Sunday SPECIAL ELECTION
By ,
Raymond Hess. the former Mrs. I starting with Sunday School

.. See u4 tdiA [Week, :Miude Wainwri?ht. ,at 9:30 a. m. Supt. Milton Efler-

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mocas and Con in charge. Morning! worshipwill I BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
You Can't Buy a Batter Tire to Save Your Life! I:en recfnUyisited Mr. and Mrs. The New River Baptist Association -1, be conducted by the pastor I ,

i Larry Carter. met last Wednesday afternoon music by choir No. 1, Deacon B.\\
and evening for their.annual!L.T. Marshall, president. Sister Lot- .
I Sunday: dinner guests of Mr. rKECINCT NO. 1NOVEMBER
meeting at First Baptist Churchat .
I and Mrs Harold Alvarez were I'tie English pianist. At 3 p. m. Rev.J. .
SILCOXCITIES Raiford. The afternoon sermon Haymen of Green Cove Springs
i Brother H. C Hall of McAlpine. *- _
Mr. and Mrs.' Vernon Jones and I was preached by Rev. Stallings I will render service in the interest :3, 1939: 4
and after a served by the [
;hildren of Jacksonville, Mr. and of Sister Marie Thomas and her
SERVICE 'rumen of the church Rev. Don''' rj-workers in the Women's Day )
i :Mrs. Blame Thompson. Mr. and Proposed Constitutional .
iES| SERVICE Mis. I. B. Thompson Mrs. Verda :JBiandeis gave a missionary mess- Drive. All clubs and car groupsae .

J ml1S, and Mr and Mrs. Johnny I .ige.I asked to work hard and make Amendment
I Farm residents who attended I'
Cowa'rt and children- I Among tote Fourth Sunday in Novembera
I homecoming at Kingsley I great day at Bethel. The entire I I Mark a cross (x) mark in the square at the

I,Lake Church Sunday were Mr. and program will be released soon. | RIGHT for the Amendment or against the

I Mrs. William Brown Mr. and Sisters Lizzie Hankerson and Co- j Amendment.

NEW 16 Cu. Ft. ZENITH Freezer I Mrs. Ralph Upton Mr. and Mrs. roan McNeil are serving as cochairmen |
Jim Hardin Mr. and Mrs. O. E. i for the annual celebrai -"

CrosbY Mrs. Harney Williams. ,IMrs. i tion. All members of choir No. 1 Constitutional Amendment

John G. Sapp and Mr. and ;[(are asked to please be at choir I Article Representation-

MrsCharlie Burnett. i nearsal on Wednesday before I ,

; 7 Ray and Ibera Cooper and I I the third and fourth Sundays at ApportionmentA
+ moved to
"I2VV Grannie Green have (17:30. I
I their farm; in Siiwannce. ,County. J i Remember our sick and shut-in proposed amendment to Article VII of the

We miss them. Mr. and Mrs- Tilly ;,i j which include: Sisters Laura'i'' Honda Constitution relating to apportion-

ace now occupying the former 1! Whitmore Lizzie Peterson and j ment in the Senate and House of Representatives -
1 72 Cooper home. We hope the Tillys i:j!' Eiyie Leverson- you cannot visit providing: (a) that the State shall

; 3Yp Will enjoy their stay here. : them or send cards pray that they be jipportioned into forty-four :senatorial
We are happy lo'repdrt that G. II' i
w-ili have
a speedy recovery. ,
districts that there shall be
K.: Crews is out of the hospitaland Coming soon, a special only one Senator -
has returned to his job. I !sponsored by Sister Evelena Wil- i! for each district, no district shall be

I Mrs. R. S. RosIer. of Lowell ,ten to benefit the Women's Day '| composed of more than three counties, that
{ viii awi nw A tat .aU spent the weekend with her I j OJ' ,'e. The program will be pre- vacancies created by the reapportionment

.I.daughter Mrs. Clarice Thompson I II. j scnted the first Sunday night inNovember shall be filled in the general election November -

and children.Mr. I at 8 p. m. Speaker and ': 1960 and "providing; terms: (b) that
and Mrs. O. E. Crosby visit- i will be
I the House of Representatives shall be apportioned -
e.i his brother and sisterinlaw.Rev. in the paper next week. All the follows five
and Mrs. C. A- Crosby of as representativesfor
embers of this club are asked
,l la la Penney Farms. Sunday I j I ito invite friends and neighbors to the most populous county, four for each

Mrs. M. H. Richarde spent ai I|attend. Pauline Marshall reporter. of the two next more populous counties

few days in Jacksonville visiting ,f F iLbenezfr:; Baptist Church I three representatives for each of the six

her daughter and son-in-law.. Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.,' next more populous counties, two representatives .

r and Mrs. Lyle Buck. Jr. and their E. D. Robinson, pastor held regular for each of the fourteen next more

r < t ntw baby daughter.Mr. services Sunday starting with ; populous counties and one representativefor :
S and Mrs. Lewis Marton and I
< r i Sunday School, Supt. Henry Bryant -
each of the remaining counties; (c)
f hildren visited his parents, Sun-
in charge. Morning message that the first apportionment of each legislative -
i.iy in Green Cove Springs. His was delivered by the pastor. music )
mother has been ill but has returned i house: shall be in accordance with
b* the choir Bertis Robinson, ,
u r from the hospital to her president. Grace Long chorister- I" statute designating senatorial& districts and

r !home. Baptism WM held at the Creek representation in the house: adopted at the .

__ i'on 301 with the pastor and of- 1959 session of the legislature, the next
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I ficers in charge. Gwendolyn Robin apportionment of the Senate shall be at the

'I' ..on was baptized. The Federation regular sesion of 1971, the next apportionment I

PINE LEVELMrs. ',as held at the church, 3 p- m. ..... of the House of Representatives: shall .
l E. D. Robinson president. A '
be at the regular session in 1961 based on
.:! H. 31. McKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAA. I I total of $51.85 was raised- Sermon
t. II the 1960 Federal Census and decenially
I| -vas\ delivered: by Rev. George Lee. ''
i iI .'The evening services started thereafter the Legislature shall reappor-

We had a good attendance at''I Ipiomptly at 7 p. m. Sermon was (, tion its representation: (d) that should the

Sunday School and church Sunday dtlivered by the pastor commun- legislature fail to reapportion the representation -

41r inorninS and evening. The pastor, 'en was given by the officers?; in the Legislature at any regular ses-

Rev. W. E. Hall brought the I;} Deacon Hosea Hawkins, chairman i. sion as required the Governor or the Legis-
to the members and theseveral assisted by Deacon E. RShell
rttssage lature itself shall call the Legislature into
visitors.Mr. I and others. Gwendolyn Robinson
session within 30 after
extraprdinary days
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis accompanied I, received the right hand of fellowship -
: by Mrs. J. L. Connerof and church was dismissed by I!i adjournment: after i>eriod of ;sixty: days
from date the extraordinary session is convened -
Starke. visited Mrs. Elizabeth i deacon Hawkins

369.95 Strickland at Kingsley Lake, i The church has accepted the incitation -I governor or the Legislature may

Monday'. of last week. to appear on the mission- recess the Legislature to a future date or

Mr. and Mrs. O- R. Alvarez and lacy I program at Antioch Baptist !! may adjourn the Legislature sine die; (e)
LESS DISCOUNT 50.00 542 Lb. son Daniel visited their son and i Church v.hichm begin Monday ;: that newly created counties shall have one

daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. night after the first Sunday in : representative in the house and be'part of
L. Alvarez at Middleburg last November and end on the second .
CapacityPlus such adjoining: senatorial district as the
319.95 Tnursday. Sunday night. Ebenezer pastor ,
shall determine until
We were glad to have visiting choir, ushers, officers and mem- Legislature succeeding

Plus Tax j at church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. mars will be in charge Tuesday reapportionment.FOR .

I I G. E. Holder.' Mr. and Mrs. Wesley night of that week. Pleasant

. T*re. and Robert Clark all .of Grove Keystone Heights will have

H NASWORTHY GEN SUPPLIES Starke.Mrs. A. F. Hall and Mrs. Edna lUrch charge; Wednesday of God In Free Unity Caanan, Rev,; THE AMENDMENTAGAINST 1! I

Yaung: of Jacksonville were visitors Sampson Whit win have charge;i I

of Mrs. Ii. M. McRae MOnda)'. Thursday. Other nights are to bet| ; : THE AMENDMENT I I
310 EAST CALL ST. STARKE FLA. They also visited Mrs. B. M.Mp- filed.by, other churchei Regularjserticces : .
1 Rte and Mrs Robert Myrick of I will not be held unhlf4't -





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I It.y..... ........YTYyy, Dough and :Mrs. Dave Green at- i and Mrs. T- Edwards.. He his.fl t ---
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t-nded Bradford Co. Fair Monday. parents Mrs. Tunmons. Mrs. Evan II 'r. -ir.Established li!

EVERGREENBy Miss lamie. Clark has returned I I H.irrell and Mrs. Z- W. Hamilton'' j jwie II;I ll I ALVAREZ' STORE : 1 '.J II VLJ i i'V. .

SHELL home after visiting her sister Mrs. ,! Monday night dinner guests J .. ._-
*' NEWEST[ [$ HOMES :Mrs. Sybil GriffisAAAAAL.aAAAAALA several Charles days.Ryles of Jacksonville for;j i of in Raiford.Mr. and Mrs. Ershel Edwards'', "

&A"' ''. Mr: and.Mrs.. T. W. Markey' We wish to welcome :Mr. and !I
drovenei were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. !I' Mrs. Jimmy Clark and son to our 4+ "-II-U", tI.---p-it 'o'YytF .
Mrs. Clyde Griffis Sr. i
Markey and D. o.:Vollenweider in : community. They moved here '

Jr., home daughter-in-law to Jacksonville, Mrs..MondaY Clyde Waycrqss, pa. ,last weekend. ,iicm Starke and ale residing inj! HEATS LRKE MAGICeven
DDAHOMTHE moth- Baker Markey of Chicago. 111.oie!i of the Parker houses. {I
?nd while there visited her I
Griffis a net J. M. Markey Jr. of Waj'cro s. Marvin Rodgers son of Mr. and
tr-in-law. Mrs. Lucinda
Ga. were Thursday of Mr. ,,Mis. Will Rodgers left for
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I guests Sunday with the OFF!
Eva Mae and Mrs. T. W. Markey. Ft. Jackson. S. C. for six months i i it5 gas
Mrs. Bertie Rosier of Arronda'I' basic naming in the National ,
Conectcion from last week: Mr. I .
land f Mrs. Elisha Griffis visited his made a short visit with the T. W. : Guards. I ".. I'... ,,1
Markeys last week. 1! Miss Lizza Dukes of Dukes Sta- ,F 1
sister Mrs. Liza Taylor at Lawtey ,
John and Terrell Green of the'| thn was the Monday guest of

HAS IT! Sunday Rev. and not his Mrs..mother.J. E. Norman I University of Florida were homa: Mis. H. P. Gainey.

I: I AND ONLY STAR HOMES were in Jacksonville Monday tosef. I: pith their respective parents the,1 Mrs. G. W. Davis and daughter.' tI I f

I :: a doctor concerning Mr. Nor- Leslie and Roy Greens over the P.ai'b.ira. attended the open house ;: t i I;, I ,
wekenci. of i.
Tune Oil Products Inc. Sunday f sc
.xan's; health. !
Mrs. Iva Douglas returned home ilternoon in Gainesville.
Mrs. J. E. Norman and son : I II t .
: Friday after a week in Jackson- Miss Shirley Green was the I :
-, .' =- == ::: ,.- James were Tuesday visitors of I I I ,
-== ille visiting her son and family. vuekend guest of Miss Annette
.AI.-s. Wanda Sapp and Mrs. Lizzie I
Rosier. :Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas. I j Green in Gainesville. While there .
I L / -- p Those attending the Baptist I Mrs. Dave Green and Mrs. T. W. :!."e visited Mr. and :Mrs. Charles

j Markey attended the Home Demonstration Pfiry.i .
1 Association meeting Wednesday
I were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford i Club meeting in i Mr; and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and'
Stake recently.Mr. ; Yvonne Conner of
Sr.. Mrs. Sybil Griffis Mrs. Annie eranddauuhter., ,
and Mrs. T. B. Edwards and of
BuyTh ; n. ier. Mrs. J. E. Norman Mrs. .Staike. weie Saturday guests
Lillie Morgan. Mrs. Elva Kirkland and Mrs. Timmons were Sunday I Mr and Mrs. Noon Mott and MrsPnia .
Is I luncheon guests of Mr. and Mr::;. Moore. 1 F.
jM.-s. Doris Gaskins, and Henry ; -
r t reddish. Ershel Edwards in Raiford. i i, Rev and Mrs Edgar Wilkerson
attended Gebren Edwards of Tampa. Mr. ifi"a children of Lake City. MrI .
-- The same group also t.
and Mrs. T. B. Edwards Mrs. Tim- I I a"a Mrs. Hershal Lay field) and +

,,- .. ., ..... __-' _-c :'.. -_ --............ th-1 Baptist meeting Church.Thursday Added at to Raiford these J nnns and Mrs. Eva Harrell were :rhildien! of Gainesville and Mrs. f '# ..y ,fir
I Friday luncheon guests of Mr.;Lav field of Hampton were Sunday J -'M
:A ere Clyde Griffis. Britt Rosier.
Rtv. and Mrs. Paul Emory in Satsuma. victors of :Mr. and Mrs. Noon
J. E. Norman and son James i iI
Mrs. Paul and of 'Mott.
; ---f Emory son
ana W. H. Morgan and daughter
THE STARLET-Comfortable 2-bedroom 1 fr TI I Dorothj.Visitors. Satsuma were Monday night, The Home Demonstration club

:; of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde guests of Mrs. Eva Harrell. i t h.'lds its meeting in the Commun-
home with an extra-convenient floor plan -;::: Griffis Sr.. during the weekend Saturday afternoon Mrs. JannioPiomas jily I Center Wednesday afternoon.
of Starke visited Mr. and Another money sorngeacru
exterior of Board and Batten wore their son-in-law and daugh- i flans for entries in the county
and handsome Mrs. T. B. Edwards "'e .Ah the pnfe. ed
I fer. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jr. and fair were discussed and Miss Ross

and LIFETIME Western edar shingles. ;heir three children; Gary Walker Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton gate instructions on the making 41e,1Eafr71T'S; A FACT
; CUde's brother-in-law and spoilt Sunday at Salt Springs. 01 iamale pie. Later refreshmentsof

Aluminum awning windows t throughout. !:;rr' "'::::- ;;sister Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tyson; Sebren Edwards of Tampa spent the pie and coffee were served' IrORCro AIR come in for a

J and mother Lucinda Griffis all !ast week with his parents. Mr. the members by Miss Ross i demonstrationYou'll

: $40.80 ci Jacksonville. 1 i I GAS
discover how this
COMPLETELY PAID FOR Rev. and Mrs. J. Norman and
James visited relatives and revolutionary; heeler will
I friends at Bushnell Friday and slash/ fuel bills and give
ffi Young I II
Saturday. II you the miracle of
?!r. and Mrs. Flim Starling and I

t N Kirkland family of family Lawtey last visited week.Arnis \ Adult m IBR tIDmi E'E'1hen mIlT

Mr and Mrs. Henry Loper and I
...,----- boys: of Hampton visited Mrs.
2 .. I W. Drivers the automatic thermostat rail*for heat.. SipjW deliversit
L0i:>er's parents Mr. and Mrs.
o. 111m.h'n the off will
r# H. Morgan Saturday night. immnlutclv pas gas your .NPJ'IT
Add I continue tn RIVO you "rote'Gnu fl*>r heal This inmu* heat ij
r fit Harold Sapp of Live Oak and .p.pIf ,
FlU]/ Start fuel in the
-- >outs saving on hy stopping to sue
Claude Morgan of Starke visited
This I new Sn-jh-r(ia" I Hortw Ht-aJcr today'( !
i. 1f.. i ii the W. H. Morgans Wednesday

"Lafer t....-... Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and SIEGLER GUARANTEES MORE AND
............ t daughter Carol Jean and Earline HOTTER HEAT OVER YOUR FLOORS
+ Redding attended homecoming at you're reolIy AS GOOD AS YOU THINK YOU ARE(and we
I' know you can be) you can DRIVE your way to lower rates.
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church. canneof t LP GAS HEAT!
You can stand on your own feet be insured, and keep you
Sunday. I insured on your own ability and driving record.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Redding and r--: ::
I Let me show you how you can benefit with a new auto .. --- clean, automatic,
family visited relatives in Jacksonville insurance program, called NASP whIch is fair to all ;;

., Sunday afternoon. legally-licensed drivers including YOUNG ADULTS dependable I Ih and
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie I AND families with young adult drivers I
And Have The Home h .
3 McClellan during the weekend \Prl\ 11, [AVAILABLEEVERYWHERE

vere Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McClel- D
lan of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ron !
Of Your Dreams!
McClellan: of Jasper and Rev.. 6::

(dl and:burg.Mrs. J. E. Lingerfelt of Mid- CHARLEY E JOHNS AGENCY come in for a demonstration.

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan -
I visited the Lingerfelts Tuesday I = f D f. /----- 1
i:'ght. PHONE WO 4-0121 a.kf
Visitors of the Otis Brewers i
Sunday were M. *. and Mrs. Sinclair a

o Mosley and family of Jacksonville. Starke, Florida '( =.0.-;':"' fJ ''t I Next Door to Winn-Dixie Ph. WO 4-3551: ;
.. I
-.. (rId!. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and ---- ...
I family of Satsuma. Rev. and Mrs. .f
I j. E. Norman and son James and 1 1I .

I Butt Rosier of Law ley. .

Mrs. Annie Rosier and granddaughter \ d. A ..
Rebecca Rosier attended I .
iP !p, 1 the Baptist '' .
birthday party at
a ,
4s \ .
?I.ssion: Church in Jacksonville; in ,j .

honor of Merrill 1 Hart Oct. 17. I ..
Merrill is also Mrs. Hosier's .

granddaughter.: Mr. and Mrs. ..

K Homer Hart returned home with .

them Saturday night.
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THE SUPER.STAH-Big. luxurious feat ;

ures usually found only in more expensive I rnr f t,

homes. :-bedrooms{ big 9 foot picture win : By Barbara Sue Davl.AA..A..AAA.AA..A.. [. .vG. Y3. 1 IJc
dow in extra large I living-dining area. ." 'bW .... .i

Aluminum awning windows throughout. ;. .

Stylish exterior of Board and Batten and I"J Miss Merline Rodgers of Day-
J to-ia was the weekend guest of
LIFETIME tern cedar shingles. J l .
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tim

Rjdgers.: ,
EASY 6''" FINANCING:! b ST .:o. __ ;_----' Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Hazen of I
Starke visited her parents
and Mrs. J. H. Sowells.


Mrs. Steven Kelly of Jackson- ,,
THAN 6 YEARS! .,'x
sale Mrs. Reddish Andrews and yq .

daughter Gayle. Miss Beverley ..
Green Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlon? I

MONTHLY of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs Henry
S NO Coiman of Gainesville, visited Mr. I

and Mrs- J. H. Sowells Sunday.
PAYMENTS Mrs. J. H.Sowells was the Tues
day guest of her sister Mrs. Van
LOT DEED! Cycle of Gainesville.Mr. .
1960 1
PAYMENT TIL and Mrs. 3. K. Session of

Wauchulla are visiting the Ralph .

Nettles family for a week.

I We were sorry to see Mrs. R. F.
Cano move to Hawthorne Satur-
S LIFE INSURANCE covering mort-

50 gage AT of NO EXTRA! COST if you're your under cay and visit but hope the old she home will town be happy quite "*60 CHEVROLET-THE TRUCK WITH TOTAL NEWNESS !.

\ years age often. .
Mr. and Mrs- Woodrow Thomas
Chevy's done the next best thing to paving road in America with
and children were Sunday luncheon every a revolutionary

Choose from.more than 50 designs from $2920$ mo. Mrs guests H. H.of Lewis her of parents.Starke.,Mr. and Torsion-Spring Ride that takes the beating out of tough hauls, saves cargo breakage, saves :

I Springs Mr and visited Mrs. her Al Rain mother of High Mrs. drivers, lets you run at faster safe speeds over any surface. Count on longer truck life and _. :

I II I. Mamniie. Hodges Sunday afternoon less downtime. With its new independent front suspension, with bulldozer durability in :f j

e E. W- Hodges Jr. of Americus.. new frames, sheet metal and roomier cabs, Chevy's got a whole new approach to truck : I
Ga.: visited his' parents over the .
I weekend. engineering and design! Anything less is an old-fashioned truck! mzI 7 ..

Sgt. and Mis. L. L. Hardee,Jr. .
cf Parris Island were weekend
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Big- .
OFFICES AND'MODEL HOMES: liam Jr. Seer local authorized.Chevrolet dealer : ,

STARKE JACKSONVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Branneno j .
I Palatka visited her parents Mr.
: U. S. Hwy. 301 North 638 X. Edgewoodat ana Mrs. Roy Green, Saturday.
at city Mrs.Mattie Sowells and Mrs H.

: WO 4-1221 EV 7.5511 E. Stokes attended church at Union ,

i\ in Heilbronn Springs Sunday. 210 W.CALL STREET STARKE, FLA. PHONE WO 4.2011

I Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. J. K.
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A series of lectures on Sin and fli
Blasphemy of the Holy Ghost I i

Strickland will be conducted at Highland by Rev.Baptist J. L. Iii IiiPi

Church beginning Friday, Oct. 23.
Rev. Strickland plans a lecture II
for each night through Oct. 30 or
31. He will give the key to the

those subject interested the first are night urged and to all be r-- BHS TORNADOES LIVE I h I

the night present message for songs that will corresponding be message.sung each Appropriate to- ; 11j -- vs. Ii i'

Those in: charge say that you 4tti

whether will dinner have or to will not come a be fish out held fry to at or find chicken out the- Bradford Park Thurs., Oct. 22, 8 P. M.Iii Iii IiiI I

conclusion of the series. Everyone
is invited to attend.
5= u
There were 60 present at Sun- I
day School this week with 53 of
Home Games Out-Of-Town Games Ii
them 100 per cent members.A 3 : '
start was made on organiza- A 4i
tion of a Training Union for High- Ii i
land-Baptist Church, last Sunday September 25 Starke 35 Bolles 7 September 18 -- Starke 21 Macclenny 0

*ith 40 present. The Bayless II
Highway-Training Union came October 2 Starke 35 P. K. Yon e 0 October 16 Starke 39 Perry 0 !!I

and helped. There were 37 present II
The members October 9 Palatka 26 Starke 6 October Lake There I
from that church. 30
'cf-B;yless church have helped to ALL TICKETS AT GATE $1.25 ; -- City ,!I I

organige '%'Training Unions in two October 22 Live Oak Here November 6 -- Fernandina Beach There ''I it.!
''other churches. Their pastor delivered c :

the message Sunday night their November 13 Santa Fe Here November 20 Green Cove Springs Th ere I
theirs pianist played and
caoir sang. i
Mr.and Mrs. Bobby Padgett of Student Tickets Purchased at School
Clay Hill announced the birth of
a daughter. Oct. 15. Mother and -
daughter are doing fine. Day of Game 75c.

Wayne Johns of Clay Hill has I '
been sick all week but was able ; ALL OUTFOR

to attend Sunday School. All Children Grades 1 thru 4 ,
Mrs. Ruth Corbert and daughter j
Shelby are visiting the Bobby
Padgetts and anxious to see the Admitted Free if Accompanied
new baby. d
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lang and THE
baby Clarence of Tampa spent the by Parents
wtfekend with relatives at Clay

Belinda Johns celebrated her
third,birthday last Saturday witha .-
.birthday cake and all the trim- I

mings. I
John Wilkinson is building
more to his house.MAXYILLE. Best Wishes To The TeamRITCH'S A Good Team Like The Tornadoes DeservesOur Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes!

.mn..rmm........ Support


.By Mn. C. B. Nolan
.( Compliments Of .
A.&A&&&&..&&& ....u
.' Best Wishes From
Thet;; xviUe Civic Club is taking Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On! STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES, Inc.

shape- ,even though it will take3Vtlte BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN
< >toil ot work yet before we COMMUNITY STATE BANK
can*\lSe"it., 'Thanks to all of the ., ... -
Interested'citizens who have tak- STARKEs .
OF We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!
el part In building, clearing anddonatfi1g' Best Wishes Team
their time and money.
Through their untiring efforts,
Ui ,bUUd1ng can be finished. i WILLIAMS JEWELRY

Monday night Nov. 2, the regular -
business meeting of the Club EXPERT WATCH REPAIR
will tie held in the old club house Best Wishes From
at which time Senator Wayne I SILCOX CITIES SERVICECome

Jlipley till be a guest speaker.At I Best Wishes To The Team
this time plans will be madeto FLORIDA THEATREMOVIES
On Out And Boost Our Team!
go ahead and incorporate the
out to.this meeting and if you
haven't jet joined the club your
,' Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
ues.caa. be paid now.
'Mary Kilgore spent last
Fiiday night with Miss Bonnie Let's Support The Tornadoes SHEPHERD'S RADIO &: TV
Padgett.Mr Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence

and Mrs. Jack Waters and STARKE TELEPHONE CO. i
family and Bud Waters of Jacksonville B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.
visited Saturday with Best Wishes FromBARKSDALE'S ,
Mrs.lt>orothy Waters and family.

Mrs. Bernice Garrett and sons
of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Good Luck Tornadoes! DEPT. STORE
Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and .. Best Wishes From
family last Sunday. Miss June
Higginbotham returned home with STARKE RADIO & TV f .' : DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
them for a few days. - Compliments Of

Miss Bonnie Padgett visited in ,
Highland Sunday with Miss Carol SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP J
Compliments OfDODDrS
Norman.Mr. BestVishes To The Team!
.and Mrs. J. W. Mann and '
with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman
and cfamily. Best Wishes From
'Mrs. Dora> North was given a
surprise birthday party at her EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKETA
home last Thursday night. Enjoy- Come On Out And Boost Our Team!
Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
ing the occasion with her were
Glen) : Nealy Norma Jean Bell,
Dave Cloverdale.Jewel North, Ray Good Team Like The Tornadoes VOLLEY STARLING'SGROCERY
B-irnsed, Becky Higdon Tom Deserves Your Support
Klosterman, Butch Westfield. & MARKETBest
bothl m. Dorothy Kilgore, Mae
Higginbotham. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold -
) Harper Alvin Padgett Roger Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game Wishes Tornadoes!
Claude and Helen North Bob Baker Everybody Out For The Big Game!

Bobby, Buddy,Burned Ledoux.Gary Beanie Violet Kay and CATE-HENDRY CHEVROLET CO. FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

Strickland and John North. Delicious WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATION
birthday cake and drinks
were. ,served. x

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett of Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Best Wishes From Let's Support The Tornadoes
Jacksonville and Davy Byford .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pad- GEM JEWELRY
gett find daughter Bonnie Sunday *
afternoon. N. L. WOODBURN

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett The House Of Fine Diamonds
visited' In Middleburg Sunday Starke's Leading Jeweler
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Compliments Of ; t. Good Luck Tornadoes!
Mosley, -

Mr and Mrs. J.D.Padgett visit- STARKE HARDWARE CO. Best Wishes Team J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.
ed Jd'.- and Mis. Harry Padgett
Saturday night.
The news has been rather scim-
py lately because I haven't been Best Wishes To The Team I ICAUFFMAN'S
able to gather it. Would certainly .
appreciate if you have any if SINCLAIR SERVICE
you would please give it to Mrs. Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence Onward Tornadoes!
Beatrice Grives at Griffis Bros STATION

or Miss Bonnie Padgett. They will HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. GIB STATION
be glad to turn it in to me and I I t 542 West Madison Street
that way you will not be left out.
Thanks, : _:- .
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