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: November 5, 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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S "ain't no such thing" asj I form similar to that worn by deputy : Bonds of $35 were estreated in therefore neither the constable i!* ..' '.,. ....".t.: .' N

a deputy constable in Bradford ;, sheriffs in Bradford County, 1! fath ca e. A charge of no driver's nor his unauthorized deputy is : t;':1Io'. -".,.,,..,.! ?'
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bounty and 'provision for Inn :V
paying Sf) Canary: : customers would license: was' made by Schaefer a- entitled to collect any fee from ;i I;; -- S
L2 ;, & his costs from countr funds.: know he had authority". to makea : gaiifet Bessie Suggs. also with $35 County for sen ices rendered by -- '.,...,'.. ". ,! c- .
: ---r This was the opinion in effect, I rests. bond. which was estreated. ( unnuthoiized deputy contable. '. \.i.-.. .4-t ,i ;.i. -5-
fr re.idered Tuesday by County At- In taking the initiative on Sch- ''! County Judge T. A Yawn said "Salary paid to. and expenses i, i< ._.0.\:" \ "' "- -

i':.-. corney A. J. Thomas Jr. to clarifya I aefer's bill at Monday's meeting. Wednesday since there was no > incuired by an unauthorized deputy _-..-au' g ."' .I --
1'.5 muddled situation that are Commissioner II. A. Bishop Jr. rrovision.In law for "deputy tonI' coa-table should not be considered -' ... :$- 6. ( 4d"h-'- :-

; ,' -- Monday when County Commissioners voiced vigorous objections. The sable in Bradford County he". as an obligation of the :' .... :r'l.wtf ,
'as. ; found themselves billed county already has enough law had vacated the bond estreations County and the remedy of the .. .. t
-- -- for fees from a "deputy constable"I enforcement officers he said,.and ,ana dismissed; the cases against i> umuthorizfd deputy constable, if -\.:.. J' ,;' .6<
lhFY didn't Know I I added that Canary Inn should ; Swindell and Suggs. | he has any remedy. lies: against r 1 '
Adding to the general confusion I I I :Jvre their own bouncer." Bishop In a letter addressed to Clerk the constable who hired him." J'
were statements) made Tuesday by \okred the opinion that JP's and of the Court Charles A. Darby.! She:!iff Reddish said Tuesday 4i

hree of the persons concerned: I constable, should be done away and dated Nov 3. 1959. County ) hf had no intention of making \

Charles Schaefer,, the "deputy with. anyway. Attorney Thomas said: ScJiaeier a deputy sheriff since -
Dig That Crazy Seedling! constable". whose $26.10 bill to the Schaefer sand that during hisven The Board of County Commissioners -j'his off'ce could not provide special Strong di-tastr for diet of "
II "urm.% h* shown this
'' weeks of '
Commission touched off the snafu, : patrol duty at the has requested my opinion : service such as requested by Can-
Apparently trying to rival Jack's I office manager: Mr. Smith, the sad he considered himself "depa- irpht spot he was paid a salary by a* to whether or not a deputy ori I irv Inn. He said he had tried this blindfolded girl at the Ilallour'en Carnival "House of Horrors'
bean stalk this slash! pine seedling o--ner; and County Agent G. T. ti/cd" borne seven weeks ago by i the Inn with the understanding ': assistant appointed by a constable i iI I several times in the past and "it last Friday aftrrnoon. She is told that cold spaghetti is ,"warm**

hns established what is believed to I II ug Ins. Constable: J. L Silcox in the office.I. that tnis would be supplemented 1 Is entitled to collect any fee from I Ii diun't prove out." The Sheriff said while clammy handshj-kr is ghrn by rubber glove filled with

be a record biowth of 52 inches The seedling is one of a plantingof of Sheriff P. D.'Reddish. by fees from any arrests he made. i i the County for services rendered. :any future arrangements for policing with water.
although planted less than a yeariigO. I 56 acres made by Mr. Smithon dilcox told the Telegraph he According to the county docket, My answer is hi the negative."In'construing 1 the Inn would be a matter

Dec. 15, 1958 in a field used hadn't: deputised anybody but three arrests were reported by the duties of : between Schaefer and Silcox. ,4r --
Inspecting the fast-growIng pine ; last year for corn and peanuts. that he and toe Sheriff had "au- Schaefer since he started work as constables as defined by Section I i Reddish saW that management i -
at Foster Shi Smith's tree farm I Champion said that usually thorized" Schaefer to make arrests a 'deputy constable." Two charges 31.18. Florida Statutes ,the At- (lof the Inn had contacted him
locited four miles northeast of during the first year, seedling do while on patrol duty at Can- were against Walter Swindell .on I I itorney General in opinion dated I several times for services of a -
Hawthorne are ll-rl Don Champion -i!llit'le more than establish rootI aiy Inn. a Highway 16 (least! Ot. 26; one for voluntarly intoxi- !t Sept 5. 1957. ruled: I II -ecial deputy and that he had :
Bradford Clay County FarmI"orester I growth. "This one looks like athreeyearold night ipot.Sheiiff cation and another for allowingan "A con table is not authorized fused to put one on for this
; Mrs Mildred Sapp ASC ," he declared. I Reddish said he remembered unauthorized person to drive. : to employ a deputy constable, and purpose. It was then he assumed, rw

Silcox and Schaefer being thJt they contacted Silcox. 5'p
in his office and discussing the Silcox brought Schaefer to his
Equipment Here Coley Faces I nutter, but he couldn't recall any Four Area Doctors Named In Suit office. Reddish; said. but he did

actual "deputizing of Schaefer not remember just what transpired -

which would have required administering : other than the matter being

For New Plant; I Year Probation; bond. an oath and executinga Brought By High :Springs Widower details d.scussed: were He worked assumed out that between, the ri

Schaefer said he took the oath ;Silcox and Schaefer. the Sheriff _

Opening Soon I Loss Of LicenseTommie but did not have a bond- He said Two damage suits against tour failed ',(o' use "due of reasonable ad. S ] _AiSF
that he was given deputy sher- osteopaths have been filed.in Ala- care and skill" In the performance S

I i ifi'j badge to wear on duty at the chua County Circuit Court alleging clan operation on plaintiffs wife, Trustees NamedIn
"We hope to get going within Lee Coley 19-year-old ,Inn while awaiting the arrival ofa that their "negligence and Gretchen! Wilson. on Nov. 2. 1957
t"vo wfeks J. A. Tipple managerof i I Stark? youth had his driver's hI "deputy constable's: badge" that I carelessness" resulted in the death for removal .of her gall bladder H
Florida Sum ear's new plant in I cense suspended for 12 monthsanrt he had ordered. Schaefer also said of a High Springs woman",1thac.ompanying Wilson further alleges that his
St?rke, said yesterday. was placed on a ear's pro- that he had bought: himself a uni- : suffering to her wife: was released without proper Light VoteJohn
About half of the equipment has ]|bition as the result of an automobile :and her husband. lollow-up care. and that negligence -
already arrived and is being set I accident in which T J. Named as defendants .Jn ,the and carelessness resulted in A. Torode A. L. Green. i.1.., L- ,t- :

up in the recently] vacated Gay !Dukes of Lake Butler lost his life Reapportionment.Issue suit are Dr. Calvin J.,Houpt pf the death of his wife "on or a- and H. C. Haiiey were high men : .li.;
Appliances building: on W. Madison OT 27.Following. Starke Dr. J. L. Swartz of High .bout Nov. 5, 1958." on the totem pole in Bradford
street. Thirty sewing machines I an investigation of Springs Dr. R. B. Mayer pf:Tapit The; three ,other osteopaths are County's slow-going school trustee ; ; a,)
w'U be used here for the initial '!the accident, a coroner's jury re- LostLess pa and Dr. M. J..Warhola "of charged with negligence and carelessness election Tuesday. Torode and if a iA .: '
operation Mr. Tipple said, although -i I contended that charges of failure Tampa formerly of'High Springs. 1 in conducting follow-up Green were incumbents up for reel *,4 p

the company plans a much i I to have vehicle_ under. control. _andnaung I than 10 per cent of the The suit, brought by Markley A. treatment of Mrs. Wilson. ction. while Harley will fill the
larger operation if details for 'Lu.'L lauiiy equipment oe loagea I qualified voters in Bradford Coun- \Vison.): a telephone company !m- Two' Gainesville law firms. seat left vacant by the death of .t
construction of a building can be I)I-against the Starke youth. Coley ty turned out at the polls Tuesday ploye of High Springs, asks damages &'mggs. Carmichael & Avera, and trustee O. J. Phillips. I a-i

worked out at a later date. I:j pleaded guilty to the charges'In and gave wen approval 1306 for, "m excess of 500" against Gray. Chandler O'Neal & Carlisle With only a handful of voters. $-
:Mr. Tipple said that the initial '''County Judge's court at Lake 208 againsU to Florida's proposed each of the defendants. are handLng the plaintiff's turning out at polls in the coun

operation here,_will employjibqut !I Butler last Saturday __...... ." ; rfc&pportt&ninent SlnendmentrStatewide The uiU oltegft.that.. D&Houpt. .,,suit-. ? tY'i j eight precincts the vote was:
30 women, and one or two men. I The inquest, conducted by State 'however-the."amend ,. -. - Ten ode \l8taikej 331; Harley
He will remain here as. plant: Attorney T. E- Duncan revealed ment ost 125,480 to 147.030. ;Co. Recruits New Hours Set I Lawtey] 290; and Green (IBrook- .
manager I that the left front wheel of Col- Voting in most areas was ex erl 254. The fourth man on the '

Four items -will be manufactured -' ey's car was without bl11ke Union tremely lighi.-ranging from one Five New Men For Library Use ballot Emory L. Brown I Hampton .. ,. ..-
in the Starke plant the manager -i County Sheriff John Whltehead per' cent in Okeechobee County to 1 received 239 votes.
said. These Include walking I said. Brakes on the other three nearly 50 per cent in populous As Lid Stays Off New open hours of Bradford There are three trustees, who'serve 1lIundrf'l.lo&

shorts, peddl- pushers, Calyp&o : wheels were all right. Broward. The big vote against the I Co-mty Library effective Nov. 2, the county at large, andeach '. ):
pants, and beachcombers ':The 76-year-old Dukes retired amendment came from the east I Five recruits have recently i are from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Mon number must come from a _

Mr. Tipple, a textiles engineer farmer and long-time mem- coast where a stronger amendment I joined Co. B, Florida National day through Saturday' except different school district. of joungMrnt got a chance to 'dres up" andpaIe
came here from Atlanta: Ga. This ber of the Union County giving more representation Juaid. Camp Blanding, to bring Wednesdays. Wednesday hours The recommended millages were 1
to their heart' content in
the annual
13 his tirst assignment! with Flori- School Board. was walking on the in the Legislature to The big counties -I the total strength of that unit to 11]|*wni, : be from 1 to 4 p. m. approved by big majorities in ;i I Hallowe'en cosi -
: side of the street. between I-IThe t increased hours and the fume promenade held lat Friday from school ,
na, unwenr. I right was favol ed. 56 enlisted men and .five officers.)'I. Tuesdays voting. The general through bwines
the high school gym and the The defeated amendment would The new recruits. are: Leonard ,service ,Bookmobile which .tours fund 8 mills received 238 votes to area.
Lawtey Council I football field in Lake Butler when have Increased the House of Representatives Cecil Rowe and Lawrence Wil-[i scull c communities were made pos- 17 for various other written-in I, -
struck from behind by,Coley's'car. fiom 95 to 103 members ![Itible by funds available when the millages. The 2 mills for building'
Him .Batten, both employees of. *
Gets Big Check \lit died several minutes later in and the Senate from 38" to the DuPont Company; and three,''county library became a member and bus resene was favored by Rainfall Totals Response Good
1 the Lake Butler Hospital. : 44. !|of the Santa Fe Regional Library. 229 voters. while 11 wrote in otherfesied
From Power CompanyA l'p- -Yl'ar-olds Robert Lamar
;, coleY said he was" meeting another Senator Charley E. Johns and- u \ miUages.Th' .

power franchise check totaling : car, which prevented himi ;n?p. Doyle E. Conner had favoredthe Tyler of Starke., Lawtey.Jerome and C.twin and brothers DoyceA. )Mrs. Ida. H. Weeks trustees begin their new ,(: Over 7 Feet For HomecomingMrs.
from seeing Dukes in time to a- amendment a workable two-year terms Jan. 1.
from Florida Power -
1508.57, void collision. Griffis. The three of high Dies At Santa Fe I II I
a (compromise that. might appease
and Light Co. was accepted by I
school will leave in.June for
Lawtey City Council Monday At the time of the accident ,the big counties and stave off efforts age Man Returned : More than seven feet of rain' W_ E Dowling. financial
six months of active duty at Ft. Mrs
Ida H.
I Weeks. 86. of Santa
on a year's probation i
Coley was
for an even stronger big- was recorded during the first ten i chairman of
The check which Charged WithNonSupport HomTom-
night. repiesents Jackson. S. C., and Aberdeen, Md. Fe died
Court Oct. 28. after
County Judge's
six per cent of the revenue)from inj I ,c)unty amendment in the future. I months of 1959 at Satsuma Fire big event to OP sponsored Friday
Proving Grounds. an extended illness- Mrs. Weeks I
from sale of electricity to customers -!Bradford County In connection : Uov. Leroy Collins also favored i i Tower east of Kingsley Lake on Ncv. 1 3. by the High School PTA.
.\ith two charges of pett'l 'cency i The lid was removed was born near Brooker and had
in the recently
within the city limits was, 0 the amendment as a "step KR 16 The S4.40 inches checked tad yesterday that response; of
last I from National Guard lived in Alachua County her entire Deputy Sheriff Reddish
August. I Dolph '
an increase over last year's $1-' right direction. ., there through Oct. 31 Is almost alumni has been gratifying anda
a cut that reduced Co. B to Hfe. She was a sister of Wade reported last week that John L. I II '
double the
S i I average recorded rapacity crowd is expected for
: I! I 52 enlisted I Harrell of Brooker. Wilkerson Sr. bad been returned
men during a reorganization .
other.action the council: 't t Forestry Group, Shine Haulers this section of Florida in a normal the: annual event
: period.At I'uneral services were held at to Bradford County after his arrtst .
'Referred a citizen's request 2pm. Saturday! in New Hope j Festivities will, begin with the
for a culvert to street chairman Will Be Host Face Charges present. both local units Co.'' Baptist Church with Wilson in West Palm Beach on a year.Fire towers in Bradford County traditional pep rally. Tornado

B. E. Reddish, ; ,!! Ii B and Co. C, have vacancies for Funeral Home of Lake City in t warrant Wilkerson for non-support.has so far failed to wereiot far behind with, Santa' Whirl. Thursday night. Nov 12,
At Fish an unlimited number of eligiblemen. Fe 78.50 New'!'wren skits stunts
School Fry and musical
Referred a request by At Fall Term chargeof arrangements. Burial I I post his $800 bond and is still in checking inches
Principal James Temple for mowing 1 1I was in the New Hope Cemetery. ,,1-1 county jail here Reddish said. Hirer 77. and Louis Hill near;;[numbers will oe presented for the
of road right of way to Council -I All residents of Bradford and I The State's case against Co- Highland. 71.20 inches in the 10- public at the BHS stadium.

chairman Dave Shufoid; i Union Counties al e invited to a I ilnne Patterson and Manson Wat- ,month period. j I The annual Homecoming parade
Ordered City Clerk Ethel Reddish -I nee fish fry to be given jointly by:I son Gainesville Negro -chargedwith { The average recorded over the will, be held Friday afternoon, Nov.
to send the electric bill for i t the Forest Fire Prevention Com- transposing moonshine county in October was 7.56 inches 13. to be followed by a dinner in
athletic field light to the school mittees. of tfe two counties on hiskey in Bradford County, is AY.1p1tt. vith Santa Fe checking" 965' th> high school cafeteria. Mr*.

for payment. The Council had 1 i Thursday, Nov. 19, from :5' to 7 slated for action at the Fall Term inches. :New: River 7.40. and Louis. Dowhng said that tables will also
previously agreed to pay the bill I o'cllX'k. ol Circuit Court here next week. | Hill 560. I|i iP set up on the stage of the new

during the summer months when i The fish fry will be held at the Court will convene here Mandy The :year 1959 will hrh school auditorium to avoid
school was not in session. j Forest Fire Prevention Station on I at 10 a m.. with an unusually ly stand as the !UnriOubted-1 I overcrowding
I SR 100 between Starke and Lake 'lijht docket. area within the memory of the! After the Homecoming game
I Butler. The event is being held!i! The Negro man and woman were 1rT'j \ oldest old-timecs. |win Santa Fs festivities will be
''wrested Sept. 22 by Deputy Sheriff ',
BRADFORDHIGH in order for the public to become I Last month also broke the record topped off with dances sponsored
better with the James .Hamilton as they were '\' Kv:" the school and also the JuniorRoman's
acquainted personnel
0 as the hottest October for this
two five-gallon cans
and functions of the sta 'transporting Club.
SCHOOLHOMECOMING area several decades. -
I tion. ,lof shine from Graham to Gaines- in i i Reservations for the dinner may

I Bradford W. C. Powell committee chairman, and of W. the B.I vUle.On Sept. 23 the woman, was (BHS Speech Club ','be made Holliday.contacting president Mrs.of Arthur the-

released by. County Judge T. A. kAtc. 1004ocic
( High School PTA. or Mrs Dowl-
Friday, November 13 Lewis;; chairman of the Union Yawn. and Watson's bond set at Will Take Part nu.J I
committee, extend a cordial wel-, ;

Sponsored By come to the public to attend this|SI.000.State Attorney. E. Duncan :: |i .. In Drama Festival J i ing Any to enter class a or float other in group the paradei wishi -

HIGH SCHOOL PTA tvent. ,subsequently issued a capias a- i:' ; *1$ %.; '' '; ;. I, The Speech and Drama Department -i asked to notify th Senior Classat
the and filed an tt
gamst woman .. .. .
t. : B. H SPecan
of Bradford School
Parade Supper Citywide Youth information against her.for transporting t ; High -
NO. with Mrs. Pattie Carlson dir-
shine. She was picked up J ": : ,,>" as
Program Held k t ector. will attend the Drama Fes-
Football Game lit Gainesville and bond set JiE113ERs 2
$1000 -'."..-.... ; : l" I' itival at the University of Florida AuctionsWill
Fifty persons attended the Citywide Manson was later'charged with : : ldlh .. ...t" 0 'i-It_'.''. in Gainesville Friday and Saturday -
Youth Program at the First theft of an automobile the one >, > ; t.::: : Nov. 6-7. ContinueFirst
Church last Sunday > '::. Bradford
Methodist '
used !b, him and Corinne to move I High is contributing
This Spate Contributed night. Refreshments were served This has been 'a one-act play. "The Little DogLaughed
the wnlskey. case Post 56 Does It Aaain \ pecan auction sale of the
'after a number of games.andthsevening tinned over to Federal authorities. ," to the program. The!. ,
new season was held Thursday
Weekly to Publicize was, closed with, .a d v9- who' confiscated the car. -$ 41 \ cast includes Robby Capps. John; :with figures on volume or price
tional 'thoughtsln&ing., a friendihio Gathered to help. celebrate thethlidconsecQtIveyea 56 Commander: E. A..Ro.-ton. Department membership i is 300. while last t Whisenz.nl, Mary K. Wainwright. not available at press time.
Community Events
by circle, and prayer resPons C. C. Directors of 100 per Adjutant; and Charlie year's total pas 275- Johnny Stephens and Tom Smith;i| !Sales will also be held on Nor.lth .
THE COMMUNITY The next program will be. held I membership for Jones-Lane: Schaefer,.,4th District SergeantatAims Around 20 V Legionnaires and 1 I announcer. Bill Eesent: make-up and 19th. Market Manager

at the First Christian Church .on 'Th regular meeting of thBoard ford-White 1051,56! American Legion .' guests attend tl the annual suppei r Mike Reddish; stage manager, 'J Wainwright said. No salem

STATE BANK Sunday,.Nov. 15. at 8:30 p.m. An of Directors'of the 'tarke- aft (n-r): L Hi Gibson, 4thDutrict This. Ts the third consecutiveyear Party celebrate'ng the membership p Elmer Busko. I be held or. Thanksgiving Day
invitation is extended to the youthof Bradford County Chamber of Adjutant that'Post-58 has reached its achievement. | | BHS will also contribute a M!Thursday: Nor. 26.
; Guy Andrews.
OF STARKE all churches to participate Commerce 'will .be held:' Monday, Northern Area. Vice Commander; 100 per'cent: membership quota The Post will receive commendations ., dramatic reading by John Dodd. :|I If volume is sufficient the sales

I age group is from the 7th grid*I Nov. 9, ia th*.'Ganito-- RtiUurant. Harry H.:Rabb. 4th_District CoIana. -. before... _the ._State Department's from thE National Stat e! and an oral reading by Hilma will be continued into December.
Commander in 'appreciation of iti.
up. at 12.ED02. ,, ilTanner.| |Wainwright said.
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church Sunday by letter from fourth Thursday nights. Mrs. Le
I ii'Orlando: were weekend guests of Raiford Baptist Church lid Munday. Associational president
Mr and Mrs. Maxie Jr.
Carter Regular services at Evergreen will be with us at the Nov.
&ucda.guests; of the Carters
r Baptist Church are: Sunday 12 meeting.
i iIN ,Mr.H'iliard.and Mis. Fred Wilkerson of I Bjr Mrs. Sybil Gnffb School 10 a. m.; Worship Service: NOW YOU can make 60-sm>n
? ilk II a. m.: Training Union. 6:30 p. : vvlrhnnt Hashbiilfn wllh

Replace your old sewing marine 'sus' 3 a t tS &"A" AAA".a........ m.: and Worship Service 7:30 p. new Polaroid 3000 Speed Him atBOBBINS'
TNT NEVI/i/ belt with a new Singer Belt .
WMU meet second and runingtil't+
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from Denmark Furniture Co. tfAirs. Visiting the Arvis Kirklands .. -. .every. ... .. '

1- ----.__.__-_--_- __..___.. _- .... L. D, Vining and,J. C. Vm- r I ; }this week were'"Mr. and "Mrs. W. -
i 1 A. Lenack and daughter Gerald-I'
HIT. Jr. of Deland
were in Hanira, THE 'STORE OF VALUES"featuring
Mrs. J E. Hard had as lunch- Mrs Sylla Blackburn returned U-i. on Monday visiting J. C- Vin- : v ; ine. AirsInez Medders and

ernuests Monday. Mrs. Betty ':Saturday from two weeks in 111:? Sr. who suffered a heart at- lk5.4- hfi daughter Cathy of Ormond Beach,
Walters of Quaenstown N Y., Mrs. Inlewood with Mrs. Pauline Col- tack. w S and Ralph Wetter of Holly -Hill.!

Morgan Tillman and Mrs Hershel : Jev'. :Mr and Mrs. W. H. Miner of r Mr, and Mrs. Elisha Griffis and ;

Layfield of Gainesville, and Mrs. A "pecan pickin picnic" was Akron. Ohio are spending this family attended the uncial Saturday BRA fAVORiT Sra

Charles Hardy and Mrs Myrtice held at the D. E. Champions on week with Mr. and Mrs. Merritt of her little niece. Debro

Nichols of Staike Thomas street:, all day Saturday. !i! Williams and with Mrs. Miner's Kely.! b
Misses Jackie Colley and Jean rrenty-four relatives attended mother Mrs J. F. Rogers in Jack- I k Visitors of the W. 11. Morgans

Mundy of FSU were home for the !.!r:>. O L.. Beasley and Mrs. J'B. onvile.] M t N during the weekend were Mrs.'' {{ ( ftlll'

weekend. Kincaid pent the weekend ; I,!is. Leah Bauknight of Jacksonville tit .. r i Lizize Rosier and son J. E. Their| { trcS"lJRrtN>

Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat with Mr and airs. C. C. Hoppe in was visiting Miss Kate Surday visitors were Mr. and Mrsj j

Denmark Furniture Co. tf I TampaALVAREZ' SI ruth over the weekend. D. H. Smith and son Jimmie of ON'-rv
Mrs- W. B. Sewell is spending Starke. and Rev. and Mrs. J

Men's Clothing several days in Jacksonville with 1 Norman and sen James. E.I
I STORE II Mr and Mrs. James O. Sewell. k.4t Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan' '} 7
Established 1891 family and J. E. Rosier visited the -
Rudolph Sink Benny Finzer,
__ and Bill Johnson spent last L T. Henry Loper family during the 11 4_>RA'. JUST Af JUS1
< weekend.
Thursday to Saturday in Lexing- a. v i
when needRELIABLE 1 ton. N. C. attending: the 50th an- Rev. and MIs. J. E. Norman the only:bra that

you nnersaiy celebration of the Sice- .-fc-ned her mother and step-fath-I

IoU Mfg. Co. er Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Starling 11 ADJUSTS TO FIT

: Airand: Mrs. J. H. Ritch and I, Five 'Generations at Kingsley Lake. Wednesday. II
GAS SERVICE Mr and Mrs. S. R- Johns spent Air. and Mrs. Louin Redding and YOM CONTOUR

(Wednesday with Mrs. Zack Craw- j Young Jimmy Stalling 3 Surday Of interest is the fact family visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar

THINK OF I f:>:-d and children in Gainesville. )months: is pictured with his'moth !that Mrs. Haislop's stepmother, Strickland of Green Cove Springs 9\ 1

SLADE GAS Mr. and Mrs. George McDanielsof j er. Mrs. James Starling; grandmother I Mrs Georgianna Sapp of Lawtey Sunday afternoon. '
: 1CTUUT CIHKI ITS S2 II"CUT1I nrthe Ctl'llt
Tallahassee were weekend II |i Mrs. Alton Dobbs; great f|now near the century mark is still Among the visitors of the Loum !I ri ,* -

i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland grandmother. Mrs. Inez Kelly; living and would have made this a Redding family this week were
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Redding of the
I J grid great great: grandmother,Mrs. generation picture if she
PHONE WO 4-3551:; :Mrs. Ara Moitt visiting her I Ii I Ell a Haislop: a fifth generation cculd have attended the reunion. Stite Farm.nd Mr. and Mrs.I

ii i
.. 'Jaksonville this week. i I icunion.? held near Starke last Hospital. Starke. of Green Cove Springs. : mr. at7 '
I Jimmy Reddish started working : Visiting the Jim Rosier family e
Miss:; Dolores McKnight of Cocoa :Mrs. Floyd Crosby spent last this "'ceka'ere Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
The perfect tribute to 1 I Monday for the American Fire j .S/p IXii
I Beach was home for the weekend. ;Thursday and Friday with ilr and Rosier and family of Jackson- : Vf2, **6IC 1H mil DOWN auto III PUlU 'un"
and Casualty Insurance Co. in I .' ,
.t ; rat son SIPAtsno. nos lm n'IIUI"
a cherished memory Orlando Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family had Mrs. Glen Stanley in Jacksonville ville. and Mr. and Mrs. Burton \ K : won rsu.us llSS nwfSS
t I weekend guests Mr. and Mr:. while Mike Stanley underwent Rosier and family of Palatka. I ,:.a i.r,
r.tr.: and Mrs. Dewey Warren and I
Every funeral that we conduct I ons of Greens ille. Ga. and 1\11"1 Jackson-vile I i surgery in Baptist Memorial Mrs. J. E. :Norman and Mrs. Sybil .;s,. JUST A'JUST by Exquisite Form
Hospital. Oriffis enjoyed the state WMU'leaders the only bra that changes its jilt
is a source of sustaining and Mrs. Richard Ray and sonsof
I Packer of Cocoa. : Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willis and conference last Tuesday in to fit your contour!Just A'Juit" hoi
solace and spiritual inspiration Savannah. Ga. were weekend I family spent the weekend in Rich- Lake City. I oU-elaitic( back and sides.
Dr and Mrs. J. E. Mosley and M
!visitors: of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
to the family. E land. Ga. with Mrs. Willis' parents y tmbnidtrtd cotton, iOcvp
aid family children; have moved from the Visitors of the Clyde Griffis :: $295

Hundreds of details are managed and economically ( Mrs. Stanley Adams and children state. Farm into the M. M. Smith Mr. and MrsL.. E. Ashton. fa-mly were their son-in-law' and . .. WM
W. E. Crowson of Winter Haven
house at 1403 W Pratt The daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene .
David and Sue. of Jackson- street. #IlfIbroid.r.d IIT'Olllflorqvi.tt.'
attended to that only a trained and carerni vile spending this week with !'I Sniiths: have moved to Jasper. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude Donald and their three children _.. .._.._....._..___.......... .._....._... M.W
organization can perform when the urgent nee* I are II IIt 'Crcwson over the weekend.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Grif- D cvp ... ............. .. .$S.oo
t Mr. and Mrs. L- C. Adams on Bedford I :Miss Lynda Chapman spent the
for serving is at hand.DeWITT : Mary Beth Peacock and .fis and family son and daughter- #1257, fought' in coif 0", I C
Shores- weekend with Mrs. Cecilia Williams daughter of Gainesville were Tuesday inJaMr, and Grif- 7 ".x cup .... .............. .... ... .-. 15.00
II IIt MrsClyde
i Dr and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and in Jacksonville. i D cvp M.SIJiJ
C. JONES visitors of her grandmother.'
fis Jr. of Jacksonville and Rev
family moved into their new home Dr and Mrs C. J. i Houpt returned fl # ,ronolio/ *,in Nylon 1<<... I/.50;
"Ir Bertha Pearce.Dr.
and Mrs. J. E. Norman and
on Road 100 last Friday. I last Friday from a three and Mrs. W. P. Carlin of 1 cvp
PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. T. H'I weeks trip including attending the Ja-nes. i :5-r' All/ sty''available' wfcrfe or back
I Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Mrs.: Annie Rosier. Mrs. J. E. .
WR furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept Sde! attended the luncheon forMs I Academy of OiteopathicSurgeons. Mr. and Mrs. G- McGnff.. Sr. Norman and Mrs. Clyde Griffis 'a Y FLOATINGAtTIONwithTongentStrops

ANY life insurance policy in force, issued! by ANY company as Connie Carroll bride-eleet.1 meeting of which Dr. Houpt is I. Mrs. R. E. Mathews of Lakeland attended a WMU luncheon meeting which move as you move,
payment in part or in full on funeral services.! Consultation at the Timuqusna Country Club in pr?sident. in Kansas City 'Mo. :M I spent the weekend with Mrs. R. at Raiford Baptist Church I \ free you from shoulder strap ter>.
carries no obligation.JfflT4tk1'. i Jacksonville on Wednesday. I They also visited relatives in Des- A. Newsom. Friday. 1 sion. 4 section stitched cups give

Purchase any model of Singer I I:Moines. la. and Dayton, Ohio. j Extra Bobbins save time-Stock Among the visitors at Evergreen yov glamour plus comfort.
Sewing Machine at Denmark' Mrand Mrs. R. J. Andrews and a' 0392, broodcfofh vhfto S4
i with Bobbins at ors
I i up Singer Den- Baptist Church Sunday were Mrs.E. S .. ....._ /
Furniture Co. If I Mrs A. L. Carr of Jacksonville X M bra A, I, C cu rp
mark Furniture Co. tf F. Redding and Mr. and Mrs. : D cvp, wnife only. ..................JJ-JO
;Miss Jackie Hobbs has been initiated ;;; rre Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams and children ''Hcibert! Redding and two daughters -
into the Omicron Nu Na- MR.. O- Dansby.Mr. |>*T. Rt 24.MO
of Folkston. Ga. spent several of Green Cove Springs. I ,
tional Home Economics Honor and Mrs. Harold Godwin
days this week with her parents Mrs. Wanda Sapp joined our
I Society at FSU. anti son of Palatka spent the I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome.
I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and weekend with their parents. Mr. Linda Kay Sales and Carol Tem- .

biby! Sharon Lee, of Gainesville and Mrs.: MacK Williams and Mr. ple will spend the weekend with

I spent Sunday with her parents and Mrs. Logan Baldwin. Jean Mundy at FSU in Tallahas- It's low it's lovely
i I Mr and Mrs. James Hobbs. ;Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagwell se- I
I I ittle Luther John Powell cele- un1 Mr. and Mrs. S. W- Haisten Mrs- Lorena Dyal of Jackson-I.

I I bj; ated Jfcus JQw.tit jjjrthdax JTues- attended, the funeral of al, sister I I..Vile Beach. i was-.*"weekend. guest V f..l-t'S I Irnrh '
I dav afternoon of last week at A in-laT Mrs. Clevedell in Tallahassee of Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J. ,)

I I j small party. on Sunday.Strobo' B. Sapp. ;i with the famous Cool Safety CabinetThe i '
Mr and Mrs. Jack McComb and i ti'

son> were in Valdosta. Ga. on Sun- Dearborn Crest blends into all decorative

1 Garage & Radio Shop day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. !' schemes. Because of the Cool Safety Cabinet, you

Taylor former Starke residents. can use it as an extra table..put books,ash trays,evena

WINTER SPECIAL and other friends. ,i potted plant on top! Newly designed GIo-Brite radi-

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hayes and ants, Forward-Flow Circulation and improved, orig- .__

Pressure Flush Your Radiator, Check Water Hose and bany returned to their home in I inal features provide better heating for your home! : s
., 1P Miami on Saturday after three
// Radiator Leaks One Gallon; Pres.tone Anli-Freeze I
z weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. a7
E.j| .. .that's whySLADE .ear.h.wn: will cf6!
All for 55.50 (Reg. Price $6.35)). On Install Anti- W. Hayes. They were accompanied -

._ I s a i 1 ,, Freeze $3.10 Per Gallon. Also Special on Brake to Miami by Mrs. E- W. Hayes <'g. _f
II t and Mrs. Callie Moser who spent GAS COMPANYPhone
\ t the weekend there.

I 1'F : CORNER S. ORANGE ST. AND EDWARDS ROAD Vrs.: O. L. Haynes, Sr. left Tuesday WO 4.3551 Starke Fla.

\ _______ I'L for six weeks visit with her
; F : son-in-law and daughter Mjr. and
.t Mrs. J. A. Scanlan and family at
Be warmer in V nt Hill Farms Warrinston, Va.
: 11 PIECE
.}** every room. LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS E. W Hayes visited Mr. and I.M1' I. BEDROOM GROUP

Sav H on fuelCOStS. &- John Deas, in Lake City on
I Sunday. _
tZ-tfrtfy, I i STARKE Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and -
Automatic forced son. Randy spent Monday and
r. ,
air heating. i Tuesday in Tallahassee.Mrs. .
I T. J. Griffin. Mrs. Carrie

New '-l? : Cooking and Healing> 7.50 per Tank Ritch and Miss Annie Darby have
had as guests. Mr. and Mrs. L. E.

ImprovedSUPER I Cooking Only 8.00 per Tank Jordan of Ovieda over the week-I
end, and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of I
i Jacksonville on Tuesday. I

PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6-1351 Mrs. Effie Johns had as Saturday I

: guests H. D. Carter Mr. and I 1x.

A :jJ/ll71lfm f/ Joe Shaw M'S.! Henry Carter, and son Bob 1
I Carter, of Maxville.
a ,,i Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas II

.CHALLENGER OIL HEATER I I ind family of Brooker were Sun-

I day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Here is advanced design offering 1 i Paul Faulkner. .

you tined real with heating moderate: economy cost. com-: i i i COLD WEATHER Jewett Fogg and Leonard Regis-[i ri' O

,ter. Sr. spent the first of the wee 1 j ,

WAY MONEY I .deer hunting in Georgia. i i ,. yf
S I Johnny Frank Barker of Lake;il

BACK GUARANTEE JUST AHEAD! City spent part of the week with I i iI

I I Mr and Mrs. Frank Barker. tti
I exrr
f Guaranteed t. tin yow moro a }
'* Woods Fires Cut
comfort In every room of your J "
en rho party purcnoi vr this home. on less fuel l than any LetSTANDARD _
Quaker H.atir qaippcd with ordinary heats' or -YOUR, itp To One Third t I
vUmatie forc.4 sir In and MONEY BACK. '
.....nc air fotd.AifomiHc 2' GuaronUtd to Mat your h_. I OIL I Woods fires in Bradford County,
10 months of 1959
en 35% to 33'! % !toss fuel I I during the first '
c. '
than any ordinary hooter .r I f were less than a third of the num- rJiS k ,
% l
FORCED. ataks AIR fit nrWk r I .-. ;; YOUR MONEY BACK. r i I Furnish YourKEROSENE 'r bee reported in the same periodof One---4Piece Bedroom Suit
r n um :\ : bclul v. (Radiant "Hoot-flo Front 1958. So far this year there I II All For
auUCtomdair tfm' besides forced air circulating I have been only 30 fires with 167.1 ;1 1j One- Innerspring Mattress
be.tiir.aat w. '.. ,, smith you get a smooth flow of compared with i
acres as
o Turn itoelfoa radiant heat warmth j One Box Springs
II. throughout ---
tad ott the room. 7 fires and 582.4 acres burned hv

automatiaUy.. f Quaker lont-Iife ..Smoke1..." 1958. No fires were reported last'' One"--Bed Spread $$17495We
a Circulate" Burntr-gi>es extra heat from t week. ,
ONE-THIRD winner air r I Two Boudoir Pillows
man every drop of oil. Doesn smoke ----
than ordinary beater.blown or i
of fire.
at any stage I
fan *All.SuI CoMtrwoion-gi .".'..1'3 & FUEL OIL Hunter Special! Two..--Feather Pillows
: tunes: faster warm-up than *Id-
I 'Altolllitic: fashioned slow heating cast iron. I : 12 Ga. 16 Ga. 20 Ga.
L /: Plus Handy Front Lighting Door ,
:Al1.fffr ..Approved for safety by Underwriters I 410 Ga. Also 22 Shells1OOFF Give #.W" Green Stamps
4IJ Laboratories 0 Waisttilth .
AebnaZUcally.. .up- Tars Smeis finger-tip control E'r11. I FOR QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE ;
>> correct amount
et air to Clear fame! door o Automatic! No
Eliminates draft, "Safety. oil calve Automatic PHONE WO 4.1521 OWN -- Carrying Charge ---
problems. draft regulator I BEST BUY IS T

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I.Facilities I.Sapp pen of quail: Glen Moore, -
Miss Woman's Club ,,- -
HollingsworthTo Fair Points Up !AVO pheasants; Bill Klondes, turkey -

Wed Mr: Davis Will Hear Talk hen, and gobbler; Dolphers

Jones, two turkey hens; Buddy

.f.fj t w On Trip To OrientT. lr, Need Jones, turkey gobbler; Paul Smith Florida

r x ; pen of pigeons.
will *
H. Slade speak on A
RABBITS Billy Redding:
world conditions as he saw themon 1:0 Arthur Redding (12 ribbons, one
to the Orient at %Winners Listed
1. his recent trip grand champion), Lester Moss,
monthly meeting of TheatreSAT.
Mooty r the regular H'r Billy Parrish.

., ,_ ._ U /0- --I c the 'Starke Woman's. Club, next CORNWayne Parrish [grand I
at 3:30 v More than $700 in prize money ''
J j jI Wednesday afternoon champion!; Wayne Sapp Joe'
Little WomenTo Recent Bride I II jI was distributed to exhibit winners
I o'clock. The 'program will be under fi5' t' 'w "Thornton. I ., NOV. 7 ONLY
I the International Relations at the Bradford County Fair this j jyrr. i:
Meet Is Shower Honoree I I '
MondayMembers .
department with Mrs. F. B. ,, County Agent G. T. Hug- Alvarez [grand champion.]

1., Beard chairman and Mrs; L. G. gins announced that the number ;
Broadwell of Jack- I PECANS Perry Sullivan. !
of the Little Women's :Mrs. Fred of !
exhibits broke all
Powell. co-chairman. t 1 1t previous records -j
Club 'will'meet at sonville, recent bride who was I SUGAR CANE-Gene Edwards
Monday night a :: with 586 individual displays-
7:30 o'clock in the club house.A the former Joyce Crosby, was II I I i During the business meeting the Included were 176 livestock, poul-j I grand champion); Lawrence e4G
question of whether to sell or retain tariff;
covered dish supper will be I honored at a lovely bridal shower try, and farm produce exhibits; ;
| will be further
I the club building PUMPKINS Steve Nipper, JHElONGilOpTRAILER"
last Saturday evening given by
served, after which a program! 225 entries from Home Demon-
considered. ,Leslie Glisson, Owens.
will be presented on table setting, Miss Anna Ruth Crosby, Miss I I stration Club members and home
I Hostesses for the afternoon will HAY j. B. White [3 ribbons): !
with Sally Sink in charge. Hostesses Gayle Rowe, Miss Bertha :Mizell, economics departments; 185 indi-
Shi Smith chairman .
\ be Mrs. Foster D-miel) Al"arcz.PERSIMMONS
will be Anne Matthews, Mrs. Glen Stanley, Mrs. Floyd I c,vidual entries from county Negro
Mrs. :S. I* Peek Jr., Mrs. Ben Johnson. |
Crosby, and Mrs. Harold Crews at I schoolsTwentytwo exhibits were
Sara Osborne, and Dottie Dayton.
Kopelousos, Mrs. J. R. Home Demonstration
the home of the latter. : George placed by civic groups FFA Clubs, : ) I ICl
Kelly, Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. ,.. CANNED GOODS Mrs. Ed- ; std t
The refreshment table held a City Recreation Department, Soil tt ,thtlitutd \,
Garl Mathews, Mrs. D. L. Silcox, ward Norman. Mrs. Jim Harden 4. r
dried Fall arrangements as a Conservation, Chamber of Com-
Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mrs. M. W. [3 ribbons!, Mrs. Henry Sowell ;; .lit
centerpiece. Pink gladioli were Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth announces i mrrce, Heart Fund, and others. ?
Mrs. R. F. 131, MrsFrances Kitler. j
Cressler, Young, Mrs. ,
this used at points of interest in the the engagement of her :I In spite of rainy weather that I
I J. R Kite, Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., z y4 t EDUCATIONAL Home Demonstration ;; ddJll
e to Harold I cut attendance the first part of
living room. daughter, Elsie Penelope, j 1 cu.
et Mrs. A. J. Barry, Mrs. Sarah Hun- County Council. I
i An appropriate game was played Kenneth Davis, son of Mr. and S /fx the week. Friday and SaturdaY i
ter, and Mrs. Margaret Blanken- .55 t HOUSEHOLD ARTS Mrs. &e trr i t
during the evening, with the Mrs. Harry K. Davis. 11 ... were ideal fair-going days .and''"Mcrian Finucan. I ( (
I -
I crowds turned out to make the
prize won by :Mrs. Oscar Crosby.
) The bride-elect is a graduate of ... CLOTHING Mrs. A. C. lT1lkTender
I 1959 edition financial
,Smm The hostesses a success.
.j\ i presented the BHS, class of '59, and is now employed B:che, Mrs. T. A. Yawn.
First Baptist WMU County Agent G. T. Huggins'said
1 I honoree with an ironing set as a
...eO8t at the Sunland Training Jan Mundorff ART Mrs. Neal Lyons, Mrs. 1tap:
memento of the occasion. Center in Gainesville. Mr. Davis Executive Board that the need for additional I i[Mille Simmons.
tU I space for livestock and other ex- i I
is a graduate of BHS, class of '51, I BAKED GOODS Mrs. Eva I from M-G-M Slgmf9Wl
\ Bloodworth Home I attended the U. of F. and is now Has LuncheonThe From FlowersAn hiMts was more pronounced thisyear'than .'GentryI .
.- '. employed by Hercules Powder Co. ever before. He expressed i I Girls 4-H Clubs I 1S11\Th\'Dffi\ \ i 1. I RE
ttON executive committee of the hope that the Fair Association ,
;USH-I Scene Of Party Wedding pla is will be announced EducationJan CANNED GOODS Myra Parrsh -
EYE I I I at a later date. First Baptist WMU met at the and other interested parties would :', I M1D''t ) (EIN'ElliIhare} \

E LECT RIG' r I Irfeel I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth i church Tuesday for a covered dish go ahead with plans for obtaining eaa0m
t Mundorff, a 1956 graduateof -
such building before next falL
entertained at a Hallowe'en party luncheon and business and program
-for pi Saturday evening from 6 to 7:30 :Miss Alma Privett meeting.The Bradford High School and nowa Blue ribbons awarded includedthe BAKED GOODS Linda Cox. H* CINEMASCOPE and n COLOR|!
ERY senior at MISCELLANEOUS-Linda Cox
.6A-n for their daughters, Ellen and I Brownlee circle :was In Oglethrope Universityin following:
j Becomes Bride (13 ribbons!), Regina Harrell
Moo Atlanta, Ga.. has been invitedto
BEEF R. C. Here-
Carol. :charge of the decorations for the Dampier, Plus "Canary Row" Cartoon

pRIV'III'' a;tlc...KMYu The 14 youngsters came in cos- Of Gerald Norman i luncheon and program. Mrs. I> join the Boar's Head honorary heifer; Lucian Conner, Angus,'!,Karen Lee.

fraternity there. [2 ribbons T W. Baker & I Home Economics
tumes and enjoyed and re- :.D. Haines, program chairman, co-y ;
To be considered for membershipin Sons, Angus Heifers [12 ribbons j I CLOTHING Gloria Smith.
freshments. The house was presented Mrs. Waldo Wood of the SUN. MON. TUES--:
gay ,
the men's organization, stu HOUSEHOLD -Judy Lesawyer,
''I Southside Baptist Church of Lake one grand champion! J. B. '
for the occasion with Hallowe'endecorations .
C dent's must achieve a superior White, Angus bull; Lynn White I Marie Hizenbee. Nov. and 10THEODORE
including pumpkins, City, who gave an interesting pre- I ] 8, 9
academic standing and actively Angus bull (grand champion I I In addition to these the Starke
and black view of "How to Develop Com-
jack-o-Ianterns, cats. I 1 .munity Missions in Our Com- participate in Oglethorpe's extra- FFA chapter, Angus steer [grand !!Garden Club also won a blue rib-I
Mr. and Mrs. Bloodworth "
were ,
,[ ,- munity." A skit was presented curricular activities.Jan champion; ; Carol Baker Angus j bon for its horticulture 1
assisted by Mrs. Drew Reddishand Percy Sullivan for his individual
i i with posters to help to see the has been elected secretaryof steer. j t. A

Mrs. Fred SnelL f \' j .needs of a better and a more effective his senior class and is servinghi DAIRY CATTLE Billy Meng, I horticulture exhibit; and M. B.

,.;. work to be done. ? second term as secretary for Brown Swiss heifer [grand cham- |Jordan for the horticulture exhibit I

Beta Sigma Phi "' Rev. Waldo Wood of the South- Alpha Phi Omega, service frater- pionj, Harvey Starling Guernsey ,, shown by the Vocational ,

.JF,' ; side Baptist Churcch was among nity of which he is a past president ht-fer: ; Wayne Gunter. Guernsey j i Apiculture Department of the i
Beta Sigma Phi sorority will He has been appointed State Prison. ,
.. I the 43 present. heifer [reserve champion; Carl-i 1
meet Monday night at 8 o'clock at .'. The Mission Study chairman chairman of the Lyceum Council ts.1; Meng,Brown Swiss bull [grand \

the home off Mrs. Howard Meyer I I which plans chapel services and ]BPW Notice
I ,_ reported a book study "On WorldEvangelism" champion!
with Mrs. Curtis Malone as :! 0'A ; .
co- assembly
programs.Jan GOATS John Mannie.
; .. i< :/ will be taught Nov. W ,
hostess. I I 'f I 23 by Miss Elizabeth Provence is also social editor of the HOGS Jerome Griffis, Duroc I, The BPW club will meet Thurs- NRY'1II11.1

r' '- .i :! .f/il"" State young: people's secretary.The student newspaper and chairmanof row; Clyde Rahmc Duroc sow and day evening, Nov. 12; at 7:30

1 il :..: \ '\ .i ;;; I I1l I the interior decorating com- pigs; Walter Prevatt Yorkshire )I: o'clock at the home of Miss Flor-

PARK ,,.. : >)_. /" Brownlee circle of the First mittee for Oglethorpe University sow; Charle. Crnrs. Yorkshire:;!, ence Jennings with Mrs. E. A.

TMEATB. ;,1' .. Baptist-Church met last Tuesday social activities. is a memberof gilt; S. G. Cn'T.s. Robert Crews, ;. Hall as cohostess.Homecoming. I

w STARKE FLA. ., .. -' I with the leader, Mrs. H. M. Lang, the students interactivity com- I Allen Crews barrows.POULTRY I.I S
mittee, the Oglethorpe' Players, Fred Wheeler, I 4raaaxnow
with nine members present. Mrs. Set
a SUN. MON. TUES. I".. ........, : ."-. ......iThe 1'I I 1,. D. Haines was in charge otthp. dramatic group; and he plays the hen and rooster; Fred Pendarvis, !i:

Nov., 8, 9,, 10 I marriage of Miss Alma Pri- program on "Missions in the I drum in the student's pep band. .fror pullets: [grand champion!; :,At Beulah Church j jI CURT JURGENSAso
Young Mundorff is financin
rooster two
Sorny Lawson. pullets
vett and Robert Gerald Norman Old Testament. Refreshments i
SUMMER LOVEJohn were served.Hallowe. his way through college' with Richard Cain two hens; Doyce I Beulah Baptist Church east of MAY BRIT ;
solemnized Friday evening. t
J "tatk-itttM t'fJ-optrated Electric,tllmirutn Mitor ...- Saxon, Judy Meredith and I Oct was 16, at 8 o'clock in the Evergreen ,! funds1 received from ,two enter-j' Griffis, four pullets: Wayne,Sapp, I Camp Blandin will observe its ueh I

fuhloned winding lost action.PnklittM i 'ett'arty ., prises: he is employed as a part- four Bantams: Elmer Hunter, two,i annual Homecoming on Sunday,
John Wilder Baptist Church, Lawtey.
2 metric En comet I j! line window and interior designerfor "(Bantams; Charles George one hen,I''Nov. 15, with dinner on the
Automatically pinpoints The bride is the daughter of Mr. 1 '
f"time setting lostMMiatlc no cilcuUtinfc! -no Day Of The Outlaw and Mrs Melson Privett. Mr. Norman For Cub Pack.7Cf one of Atlanta's better women's Fred Wheeler, two Bantams; Jimmy i grounds. The public is invitedZENITH I i

Cartoon I clothing stores, and he also I Waters, hen, one quail; Wayne
TrMm... Timt Plus is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ,
3 RapId switch from Eufon 12V4mm I 3 Truman Norman. Den 1 of Pick.' 70 Ctif Scoots operates a one-man florist business .
12.7 lint,to true 6V cr
mn w i : "Creations by Jan"Now
25mm tcltTimnitle n' The Rev. Edgar Wilkinson, pastor gave a. Hallowe'en" party .f 1day '
Wed. Thur. Nov. 11 12 in psychology,
W wflddei at the Jim homeon
-- of Hopeful Baptist Church, evening .. BIKElEDWARD
ViewfindertoptiHlly corrects for Jan plans to enter graduate school
full-window view with each lens The Hound Of TheBaskervilles Lake City, performed the double N. Cherry street for their fam- after he receives his degree in Ovtcttd r

ftitomatlciBmkatlm imiai ring, candlelight ceremony. Nup- I DMYTRYK
5 Simply drop film Into position. ilies.The sisters'andbrothers June,'1960. ._
Combfm( speed of mapiliw load tial music was presented by Miss I Cubs with their Scmnpltybr
with economy of spool load Peter Cashing, Andre Morell Charlene Hardy, pianist, of went Trick or Treating 13 CU. FT. NIGaBAlCHINCOLOR
6 ElectrDttmttiCMtmRemottcontrolled operltlOll frail WOLF DOGWith Stark:, and Miss Glenda Parker, ) early in the evening and then returned ilemeritary I FREEZERHolds

titan 30 In!. the Chasteen 'familyroom
roars optni pm. vocalist, of Brooker. to Hears
.,ltts to jour maAn.jf Jim Davis Report by DELUXE
!... Oiven in marriage by her brother for games and refreshments srtaa a.c tcw

Plus Cartoon George Privett, the bride chosea Hallowe'en decorations were used On' PTA CarnivalStarke Q 455 Ibs. |

Only SJQ.OODown ballerina length gown of white and the Cubs put on a goblin skit

Fri., Sat. Nov. 13, 14 lace. Her shoulder lenght veil was for' their parents.' --The_youngsters Elementary. PTA mem- a $289.95 Plus "Bringing Up Mother"Cartoon.

of illusion, and she carried a bou- pulled favors from a black cat's bers heard Dr. Robert Gudice Disc. 35.00 .

Takes It Home! Village Barn Dance quet of butterfly carnations cen- head and- also received black beanbags speak about root ills- at the Tues-

Richard Cromwell, Barbara Jo tered with an orchid. painted with Hallowe'en day night meeting in the school $254.95

Allen, and Robert Baldwin Miss Bernice Privett, sister of I I motifs. cafetorium. Plus Taxi| 7.65 Wed, Thurs., Fri.

r the bride, was her only attendant.I I Refreshments were furnished by Income from the Hallowe'en

The Tarnished Angels ShE' wore a ballerina length dressof Cub mothers. Carnival was reported at $705.48. Total $262.60 Nov. 11, 12 and 13
Rock Hudson, Robert Stack, and pink lace and taffeta, and car In other business Mrs. Harry H.

I Dorothy Malone ried white carnations. Mrs. Van Deventer ..Rabb Jr. was elected as delegate

Plus 2 dolor Cartoons Gene Norman cousin of the to the Florida State PTA conven-

bridegroom, served as best man. I Is ComplimentedMrs. I. tion to be held at the George

After the wedding a receptions Washington Hotel, Jacksonville, C. H. NASWORTHY

held at the home of the I Barry Van Deventer was Nov. 17, 18, .and 19. 1 a'

bridegroom's grandparents, Mr. pleasantly surprised at a birthday

end Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Later the luncheon given in her honor Tues-

ATTENTION couple left for a wedding trip to'I day at the Presbyterian parsonage Wesleyan Guilds 310 E. Call Street Starke, Fla.

points of interest in South Florida. by a group of friends.An 1
Service Guild Unit
They are residing with Mr. Norman's -I arrangement of marigolds. Wesleyan
1 will meet at 7:30
Tuesday p.m.
centered the buffet luncheon

HUNTERS AND FISHERMEN! graduate of Bradford High I i table and the ten guests were in Madge Fellowship:Middleton Hall as hostess.with Miss Mrs.J. .

School: the bride is a bookkeeperat seated at individual card tables.
R. McDonald will be in chargeof
Koch's Drug Store. Mr. Norman -

also a graduate of BHS isassociated Sapp Reunion HeldThe the program.

*i' with the Starke Tele- I Unit: 2 will meet Tuesday evening Emerson

,phone Company. annual Sapp family reunionwas at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. ( )

I Out of town guests at the-wedding ''I held Sunday at the home of Henry Godwin. Mrs. J. R. Gruis l.

and reception included Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp at Heil- has the program on "The Role of ..

Geraldine Rondez of Miami Mrs. bronn Springs, with the descendants -!the UN in World Affairs."

Johnny Aguair and daughters I of Henry and Martha Sapp I .
I Console TV Ir I---
and Mrs. Johnny Hazen and attending.An Alpha Delta KappaAlpha = I .,-"4"V

daughter of Jacksonville Mrand I all day get-together and e If

Mrs.: L. R. McClellan of Jasper breakfast lunch on the groundsI Delta Kappa sorority will with Full-Power:

--- See Our Sports Department -- Rev. end Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonand I was enjoyed by 180 guests at- meet Monday, Nov. 9, at. 8 p.m. f gatworrietieomtirbabout

family of Lake City Rev. and I tending. in Mrs. C. J. Frazier's classroom, Transformer. .1 4,4 my mother. She?
GUNS (Bank Financing) Mrs.: LL.. Parker and Miss Glenda with Mrs. Frazier and Mrs. Willie ...- raise the roof for* week
Parker of Brooker, Mrs. Rudy Mae Denton as-hostesses. '.
Movie-sharp pictures getoveritYlr.vrriedmoreaboat
Maxville, Mr. I a t4te'D
and J. C. Prevatt Jr. and family. NOTICE OP SALE |( with 21-n b. I IKWegree I

GUN CASES -- SNAKE BITE KITS Bobby Mc- picture tube Multit
Ocala: Mr. and Mrs. Notice re hereby riven that.. pursuant | tamely IT

Clellan, Charles Musgrove and Irvin to a Final Decree of foreclosure ) Speaker High Fidelity
Starke and entered in the.ram of Town wwP.
Covington of ;
Finance Company, a Florida corporation 1 sound system available as
All Popular Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper and -vsHerbert K. Harris and tichorduxtooua.nxsr.a.wr.
family of Kingsley Lake. "" Helen Harris his wife. >o. 12-797. second stereo speaker ma.J ..
Bradford County in the Circuit
Hospital: an- Court of the Eighth '
Judicial Circuit of Florida -in and channel Illuminated
nounces the following births: Model i4M J
DarbyIs for Bradford County, Florida, I will channel I.indicator* Modern
Phyllis Mr. and Mrs. William Henry sell the property' situate in Brad-- : "

Complete Stock Artificial Worms Party HostessPhyllis HaH Jr., Starke, a daughter, Caro) ford-Brown Couatr;Couch1Platform F'lorlda.ducrlbed. as: Console finished in KIM FREDRX2

Ann, Oct.. 31. Rocker Natural Color i genuine hardwood veneers NOVAK MARCH

Popular Brand Rods and Reels Darby was hostess to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry of I-Lght.'l: Chairl.tpright' ., "
Piano Remote
261.sqlla' inchviewable
113 friends at a delightful Hallo Melrose, a son, Stephen Dolton, I-Chrome Dinette Set 0 Chairs Control --
-Iron DbL Beds
we'en party last Friday night at Nov. 1. area i
White Sofa _. ,
Come In and Brouse Around! her home on Cherry street. iMr. and Mrs. P. H. LoU Jr. of 1- G. l E. Auto vaaherIRoyal '

refreshment table was cen- Starke Nov. 3. Gas Range --
The a son, .
11 ca. ft Frigidaire Ref. .- ...
YOU MAY\ OBTAIN YOUR HUNTING LICENSES tered with a cake decorated in 1t en. ft. Frtgidaire. Ref. -FLEE-PlilpSs..raoovtau

AND FISHING LICENSES HERE! the Hallowe'en manner, and pump- Mr: and Mrs. George I* Shu- J-- Iron-.SfnsIe Dresser! BedPrtwn Prices Start As Low As $169.95 -F. ..r1.erMar.aEtaa

kins, cats and other novelties were ford Lawtey announce the birth 1-Oak Chest of Drawers [

placed at interval Orange and of a daughter, Wanda Gayle on 1-Atlanta Gas Heaterat --
public sate to the highest and j -- J
black was the color scheme usedin Oct. 22 in St. Vincent's Hospital best biddertherfor cash at the "
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES decorating the Darby home for Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Harris of County sonthern Courthouse front door In of Starke the Bradford Florida -

this occasion. Lake Butler announce the birthof I between the hours of 11:00 a. m.

Games and refreshments, carry- a son, Marklee John Jr.. on Oct. and :00 p. nj. on the 9th day of '
Phone WO 4.4201 Starke Fla. covember A. D. IIi'
ing,out the Hallowe'en motif, 28 in Alachua County Hospital. (SEAL) / 310 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. I Plus Just Ducky Cartoon
were enjoyed during the evening. Mrs. Harris is the former Miss CIt.. \RLFC A. DAnny CLERK
By Charles A. .
Betty Tetstone of Starke..
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.., -- (. I 'r ... ...- ... -- ..... -- --'. ... -- ....'.. UNICEF Drive treated to a fried chicken suppera

:- editorial cy the Garden Restaurant Tues-
Farmer-s"Diary Nets Fund $153
w day night as their reward.
,,'" .tt---; '1 : -..t.i.tP't ... After the drive the young workers -
: : ,- 1I # ': i + Bv Sam C'r.JIIM"n Six: teams of young people rang returned to the Methodist Fel-
:" -- do-T bells in Siarke last Saturday
:' : : .' r .s.., \i-" ... night and collected $153.80 in the lorrship Hall for a spaghetti supper -
Redistricting A Must I f J ( }. : t. lii: of it. ee annual UNICEF dihe. set'ed by Mrs. :Titus: Olson
M-s. T. H. Slade. Mrs. Charley E
1 r %5ron<:3-ed locally the Methodic -
- If anything was needed to stress the urgency 1 .' 4 "'" I t rf, Did you hear of the man who Johns and Mrs W. L. Blair. member -
.. tI Youth the United
of in Bradford '.\. : ..r.-.. k'\ f" i co-dd neither read nor write who Fellowship of the WSCS.
redistricting voting County ;f'o.
areas .." 1,* ,, ,-. ,,/., ,' .. .. tinned a document with IXXI. X'tions:: Children's Fund campaign
; + MYF counselors who assistedduring
the recently announced totals of electors now : p I wrs carried: oat: in Starke and
} When -'Questioned about it. he
.: i t the evening, were Mr. and
registered in each of the county's eight precincts )i J1 4 '='!F lei, ,;; ; slid: "I just changed my name." For.e 10.000 communities. The UNiCEF Mis. Gilbert Goldwire. and Mr
.p ,...:,.,.:":. ..}......... l"i drive is conducted by young
-.n: .
brings the home with telling force. J ...". "" ''!it' Ii any Mrs Harry Green.
message 3.r. ... .-..- .,,.. -." ,' .'" '"" So 't', i ptople who collect funds for oth-
.- ; } I" Prices on cows have slumped.ad .
of trick-or-treat :Misses Harret Powell, Carol
Whereas the law states that voting precincts -: .1' ', ;;;( .! \'. }"! there are a lot of cattle
Visited with Lonnie Harley out for thcmsdves Te,nple, Flora Slade. and Mary
-! itS.tt.: .1 ,
shall be as nearly equal in the number of electors Jf .: : iai.=er who wondering if his-
,'.t.'.....<- ..,. t"'.,.... .....' 1""....>. I -..,.-;,,.', ;<., ,'." ,' .. -. on the Old Blanding road and saw The winning! team in Saturday Katherine Wainwright were in
in Bradford the unrealistic / to" is going to repeat itself. They
as: possible, (County 'i' f: bull y
"' k.' his registered Black Angus nihts canvas? was composed of charge of deccratng the fir
division all the from 84 voters in ,,:> "' ; io1- '--l.....,. _" ; : -.JjJftifehfe'E. .. : '. ': > remember only too well the ruino-
ranges way ,,1 r. "'''' . ..' :-"_" that has been called the "best one Phyllis Haddock, Gwen Lewis. lesb- headT e tnaa ecomoeJhr
precinct No. 7 to 2,224 in precinct No. 2. Such .."' r.-'t...-m:=.".7'L't"' ;.i... t' l-"-:-.. ', .t'J" ,.' > ',;. ". in the County." Lonnie certainly i's prices of about four years ago. G:?..ry Beth l1:>oty. Ernest Jenkins::, taoes.! one for each team The
; when
; ;? cattlemen lost everythinginclading
II. an arrangement of course makes it impossible .. ,.<. (. -" ::0. : t"J ,"z.. '". tf -. :.1j> a fine! herd of cattle and he and Donnie Thompson accompanied hei?d table was centered with a
their shirt tails.
- to conduct elections with the efficiency and economy -,,-, ..;. :, ; .. '.,'. ,.-.;.. ., ". can be justly proud of them. see by Mk": "Goldwire and pumpkin! filled with pyracantha
d. '. ) '\ '1" v Kathleeen Conway They were berries cat tails and greenery.
that should be exercised. e.:4rz ; \ !? 1. -I.' -.t ,; rf oi"t' We pianted some sweet peas last
t. ..'. ... While at the Harley farm. walking arid -
:It. \rnek. it war a big: job. as you y
While one set of election officials has all day : : ,. :"";'. 1 through the pecan gio\e,
: hive to dig a trench and line itwith
. to administer to 50 or 60 voters in an 84-total .r Lo.inie said to Felix Sullivan.
manure. There's been so
precinct (they never all come to the polls, of .e lY ."'- "What kind of snake is that
r:>ich rain that: the seed will pro-
' another set of officials has than it .[ '/ -itre.;" pointing to a small one on
course), more f 3 !%ably rot in the ground. but well

. can do to vote 18 or 19 hundred in the North the "ground. "It's a ground rat- rp-plant. ,
!:l"r. Felix said. and proceeded to
Starke precinct. There is no justification for Visited with the A. B. White-
KM it by stomping it with hish'el.
h"?d family out on the John* road
such division of the work
continuing an unequal a._ : When we remarked that hewculdn'
load when the situation could be remedied by the ( do that with a regular Kst week and they were all busy Cra.
A v'ashin! ? cars. Mr. Whitehead said
simple matter of red stricting. .-_" Battler Felix laughed "No. I gota
hi. !hitiiandmother.!: who lives in
big 'un the other day and I
P.iford. will be celebrating her
Such discussed at Com-
a step was a County thot
it'i :)7ih birthday next month. Well
mission meeting: several months ago, and we as- ; *
have to stop in and add our con-
sume that the Board is going ahead with adop- And speaking of pecans we
G. (Tim! ) ROGERS rr.itulations to Mrs. Whitehead.
tion of a plan at the proper time. asked a buyer who has purchased and see how Mrs. Johns berries t

JIlts for 26 years what was the .
The law provides that: "The Board of County He 'Sees' atgest yield from a single tree ;1jt" c'omg.Saw e f
With His Hands
Commissioners in each county, upon recommen- that he knew of. He said that a a regular] convention of :t

dation and approval of the supervisor: may, in ihiee up in south Georgia rep "mnd-scoggins"! out along th!

any general election year, on or before the 84th Hands that have been trained he said 'because I want to keep ().ted to be 125 years old. one B.t dy Norman road. There must
the first in elec for :eing" help E G. Rogers of busy, and it makes you feel goodto ve-ir produced 1.400 lbs. of nuts-
day prior to primary a general have been 40 or 50 birds in the
Brooker to go on with his work a* be abie to make "
your own way. He went on to though, that
tion year, alter or create new districts or pre- say aroup and they made a beautiful
a carpenter in spite of the fart Although the Council for the the average yield was about 600- f':11t.

cincts. thi,t he has been totally blind for Blind set Mr. Rogers up in business i- 700 lbs per tree. R R

more than four years.Tim" the tools he uses are on loan, ; Uxe
Since next year is a General Election year, this -.R The only Indian names associated ,
as his friends call him a"c' he must meet his cost
means that redistricting must be accomplished own We asked him if there is any- with Bradford County that
builds! kitchen student ;
cabinets of production J. Don Dillamn of
thing to the saying that pecans v.e know of are Santa Fe for therver TIRELESS
ir five-week period between Jan. 1 1960 and
) a desks, lawn chairs book cases, and the Council has been a real friend
bear well only very other year. and AquiJla, and obsolete
the 84th day before the First Primary! on May 3. picnic tables in a cabinet shop located according to Tim, advising him
He denied it, saying if trees are name of Lake Santa Fe. The
If the redistricting:: is accomplished on a reas- behind his home. The shop through his schooling and in set- properly cared for they will beara Titer i named for a Franciscan All-n Y lon cord Milemaster tires by Cities Service -
made the Florida
wa: possible by the
ting up shop. good crop every year, and said Ilcion; Santa Fe de Toloco. formerly -
onably equitable basis, it has been said that every Council for the Blind and the last and last and last.
Most of the furniture Tim he knew of groves that have had 3 located near it. Aquilla is
precinct in the county could be through! with its Lions Club after he had studiedfo
makes is of cypress, and he ex- :good annual crop for the last 17 an Indian word meaning reed orone. Tube tubeless new Milemaster tires arepound
vote counting by 9 or 10 p.m., even in the big 10 weeks at a rehabilitation 'lined that in all outdw piecesgalvanized :e:>rs. The name was gi'en'o the or

election yars, Thus, it would be unnecessaryfor fchool in Daytona.A nails and bolts are R In ice and the big swamp north of for pound stronger than steel. resist

many years to come, to install expensive- carpenter all of his life it !used. Prices are kept reasonable It is getting mighty wet on our it. heat, blowouts, breaks...cushion your ride and
seemed natural for
Tim backto
ing machines to get the job done quickly and ef to go ao, he said, and cited a cypress have *
that kind of work after he had lawn chair at 650. \ pate and we presume you reduce squealing,too! Yet they're priced amazingly -
ficiently. plough water on your place also. But wp know there must have
learned to overcome some of the
The 63-year-old man and his We heard that total rainfall so Ixvn Indian names for the spring low for such quality.
January 1 is just around the corner, and we oifficulties faced without sight. wife have lived in Brooker for tat this year was 84 Inches, but at Heilbronn. the one at Worth-

hope that the (Commissioners; have their redistricting "Hov?" Tim do asked you suppose rougishly.I Whenhe measure se''en years, moving there from nat has been qv-slioned, and we maton. and the big sink out near See u4 ifuA l UeekYe1

plans in shape to swing into action as LaCrosse. They have two children, wonder: now what the official total Urooker. and other places in thee
found that to be a stumper for Tire to Save Your Life I
soon as the five-week period, in which they must us he pulled out a ruler he said I tch rown: and living away from is. Guess it depends where > 1nty. Chua is an Indian name : Cn't Buy 1 a Better
hcine.Mr.. measured. f v a sink and Hatchee a nam:
act arrives. you
was made especially for the blind.It .. \1
Siren to a spring or stream.BANK .
is a rod notched heavily at each : Rogers lost the sight of his

half inch, and finer at each six- left eye in an accident about 15 The warm weather holds on noun.The .\}. SILGOXCITIES

Keystone Clinic CommendedThe nth. The rod will slide througha :years ago. and four years ago an cr.d this week we saw some sec- Community State Bank of

frame with each notch makinga operation; that was hoped would ond crop figs. The tree sheds its Ptarke and the Florida Bank at
school clinic at the sight in his right was leaves in August but recently putout
new Keystone Heights cli'k. The frame has markersat save eye Starke will not be open for business i. SERVICEIT'S

Elementary and Junior High School is one more each end or six inches"and an unsuccessful. new growth and now has figs next Wednesday. 1'0011, ,
Watching: Tim move with calm the size of walnuts.
the blind Veterans
of e'c: ension enables car- Day. a legal holiday i in
example the cooperative spirit of the citizensof 0 a
assurance about his shop it is difficult -
from one-six- Florida.
'IC'nter to measure ,.
that neighboring city. t"enth up to three feet.Mrs. ; to believe that he is totally Saw a woman in town this week -

along when her bl i d. He explains this ease ofm.vement who had nut stains on her hands.It :'..
Establishment of the clinic is important, but husband" : Rogers wants goes to go to the stores by saying that everything turned out that she had been -.

.,JZr.Qkab.ly, more important is the spirit in which or for a hair-cut, but he gets a- is kept in its place and he shucking pecans and her hands

"rt'-was accomplished. ror.nd the house yard or shop knows right where to put his were! covered with Brown stain,
He moves hands on it. lEach tool has its and she was wondering how to get
Some time ago, members of the PTA there with giong the with help normal of a cane.peed and only place on a board hanging above a ILLEGAL

recognized the need for care of children who had the white cane which searches sanding machine. Portable machines -

mild illnesses or minor injuries while at chooi. after each use
each step indicates that his sight are replaced!
The problem was discussed at PTA meetings and :? not normal. so; that no time is wasted "look- CAN'T:-

members of the Health Department were calledin After a year with his shop Timis ing" for them when needed. L

for expert advise. Out of this discussion gradually building up his volume "I can't tell whether the sun is
came the present group accomplishment, with 35 made of business.on order Kitchen but cabinetsare lawn shining doesn't or make not."too Tim much said,difference "butit CUm) For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

women sharing the responsibilities. Some of
built ready for sale. to me as long as I keeiJbuy
chairs are
these are neither mothers of school students nor ,"
"I'd like a little more
members of PTA. Apparently they are motivatedby HEAT Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

a desire to take an active part in the welfare ...... yyyyyyy .

of their community. LONG BRIDGE. with the all new

Keystone Heights has a record of community AND NEW i RIVER
The Name
cooperation starting in the infancy of the town Mrs. R. F. MerrittMrs. WHEN Registered

when it was decided that the then village must .. FLOOR
AA&.&.& A&.&.&.&" & HEATING
have a church. When it came to deciding on the

denomination, instead of the strongest group visiting. Minnie her Granger uncle;Ruth Is presently in West- YOU Read This Florida Law

holding out for its particular beliefs, a community Virginia. .

church was established and is still an active
Mrs. Nan Merritt accompanied
congregation today. by Mr.: and Mrs. Harold Shiver

The volunteer fire department and its allied and family visited her sisters NEE "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein to

rescue squad are other community accomplish_ :' rs. J. P. Hammock and Mrs. W. 1 engage? in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -

ents in which Keystone Heights can take pride.A H. Andrews of Jacksonville Sat- without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

town whose citizens work urday.: clerk of the circuit court of the
together to accomplish : county where the principal place of business>
Hill and daughter
a worthwhile objective is a town in which Mrs.of Lake Elizabeth! City visited Mrs. MONEY .... is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

people want to live. That is why Keystone M. L. all interested
Eunice Moody andIrs .signed by persons, stating under oath the names of

Heights will continue to grow and prosper. Jchns. Saturday.Mr. an those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest

Plastic i Mulch Holds Hope ,boys.spent and Mrs.the weekend Harold-Shiver with and Mr. SEE US ... of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried

and Mrs. T. O. Cook and family in on. Said registration! may not be made until the person or,persons desiring! ,

On c a thin sheet of plastic rests the hopes of Jacksonville. Saturday night they to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or,

Bradford County strawberry growers for cutting all Mr attended and Mrs.the Nelson stock parents races. of I II their intention to register said fictitious: name at least once a'week fob foor

; .the excessive cost of cultivating their plants. Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr., were Sun I I (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as definedby J law in the count/

The paper-thin) light-proof material is being day guests of the Johns family.Mr. LOANSUP where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not b>>

put down first, and the plants set ,later through aand Heights Mrs. Chester came for Moodyof his accepted.by the clerk. of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ef

tjny slits in the covering. Thus the berry plantsare Keystone such publication.
mother. Mrs. Emily ::Moody, recently -
able to reach through to the sunlight and air, and she is visiting them fora -

while the weeds (at least it is, hoped)) ,will! stifle few days. TO .

and die underneath the plastic film. IarkleeIoody spent the weekend I Just DIAL

in Leesburg Visiting the

nate One,the enthusiastic expense of farmer hand-hoeing says this weeds will four elimi or_ Thbmpkins Both Hallowe'en family. parties in our $$600 WARM FLOORS If you are engaged in business under any name

five times the
during season. He is pleased to community were very successful.M. .

experiment because,. as he says, "Something has L. Johns' brother. Fred of
to be done to cut down on expenses or we just Gainesville spent Saturday with other than your own and have not had this name

can't 'grow berries." Others remain skepticaland the M. L. Johns family.Mr. -A- comfort in ,
Select the
"w :: and Mrs. Ralph Merritt : your
are adopting a ilsee"attitude..
home with of
the turn
Mr. and Mrs. Richard just

.' It's the old story of "nothing ventured, nothing visited Jones of Macclenny: Saturdaayaand "Folks Find Us dial! Siegler maintains the properly advertised and registered we will be
exact heat choose auto-
you ,
ed but Sunday.
-gai hopes are high that the plastic Friendly"
And the heat is
mulch J will be a factor in bringing the strawberry matically.

bounty industry, back to its former: glory in Bradford Basketball Set For MondayInitial Meet LOCAL FINANCE See poured not wasted Siegler over before your on the floorsami'you ceiling.buy. glad to give you all necessary Information as to


.wTHE ketball league plans will for be a winter made at bas-a COMPANY SrtGtK[ PAYS FOR ITSELF what should do.BRADFORD
... meeting Monday Nov 9, in WITH,THE fUEL IT
CST.: 1871 the USO at 7:30 p m. Play will 116 Walnut Street .

OLDEST WEEKLY PEWS begin in December, with tentative (2 Doors From Post Office) SEE IT SOON AT .
80 plans for both a slow and a fast

THE SAME MASTHEAD.VlkUke Anyone interested in playing. 4-0101 and WO 4-0111 Slade Gas Co. .

Krh TII.... aai Eatcre a. **... CUM Matte managing. coaching, sponsoring.
M .t .tkc Pat office ai Statke FU. ...er Act .( Mar. i,1,. *. or officiating is invited' to attend. Mrs.- Marguerite,, Hall. Mgr. I Starke, Fla.
w the meeting. I :
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I I at something that happened 25 :. 11 lI1 .ra_ m.
Cabinet ShopMaintains I MIRACLE -
years ago but we like our sectiou

Lead I IN LAWTEY! and we might say to Miami -We the 133: ; i-\d:.ao rial* of

? Ea Knew you when instead of tourists i BHd l:'h us ...iiu all t. a se of

In VolleyballStarke 1w: KT Ir "K ..p the change" ..aid an :'cu had only snakes and alli- -age furniture as a tat -weft g.U.

; orr"ndinmotl.rht a"l" he paid t g. !cors." It was prvsroiua tft the cho-ji by

Cabinet Shop will play c. s it $10 bond with a $?0 Mil to Zia:jolt, otamp, ircabiucr of tilt

Maintenance Shop in the first law try Marshal SlitrhellBroun The "Strawberries". Starke'sba crass.;

m?teh of the Volleyball League last \\ffk. And then :- >ban team of 25 years ago. won

l at 6:30 pm in the armory tonight I the motorist ilro\e off quickly the second half pennant of the Funeral SundayFor

; I Thursday Prison Employees .. leasing the amazed marshalscratching North Florida County League

will met Jaycees at 7:15. ; Im head.B. with five wins and one loss. Other Ralph Stevensialph

Results of matches on Thurs- ;Tt t \V. Bartlett: of WMt Hart teams in the league were Lake

day. Oct. 29. were: : : ;: font Conn., the differ, had Butler. Green Cove Springs anjO'.1..1I1It Stevcnv 98. of Keystone
: Hr't-hU'. died last Friday in Bradont -
Maintenanrr: Shop over Prison 1 been. ..topp'd by Brown for ; I IJacksonvilicJ.With j.
: ( County Hospital after B short
Employees: 15-9 and 15-11 in two crossing a no passing lane.The F $ r. n ry
mess!' A native of Kansas. Mr.
straight. ,,w: ; s, "tip and the story were all the jokes there are ;
retired wheat farm -
was a
Cabinet Shop over Jaycees: -L tuned user to Major Cbarl'eSliufortl women talking too much
wouldn't think
yc : that woman
ho took the
15-10; 7-15; 15-11. M \\ matterto
b 4 is would oc INVITED to Starke just ago from WashingtonState.
Cabinet remains in tot the City Council meeting !
:: Shop He was a member of the
to talk would you? Not only: was
spot with four wins and no losses. Monday night.The Christian Church.
Mrs. Mary Harris Armour invited
.. Maintenance'Shop is runner-up solution provided by the STUDENTS TOUR SETZER'SClyde but Funeral ('n'iccs.erc held at
I she was hailed as the "Wo-
with 31.Games. council was to store the $10 in 2 m. Sunday with DeWitt CJones .
a, { man Orator of America" and a; p.
t scheduled for Thursday. the ('it.af.. anaithig a possible i LaMec. manager of the The tour was part of a class "The Georgia Cyclone.; A St. Funeral Home in charge; of

Nov. 12: Editor Dinkins Principal Ingram change of heart on the local Setzer's Super Market, dis- room-community nutrition projectpfJl1SOrt"d Augustine newspaper credited her airanements. Burial was in Mcl-

.Taycees vs Maintenance Shop. part of the motorist. i cusses the fine points of fresh: jointly by Food Fair with "faultless logic and matchless rot Cemetery.

7 p. m.Cabinet. Imv Twister' Born At BHS j I produce selection with a BHS Stores and Seventeen magazine. eloquence." She appeared at Surviving is one daughter Mrs.

. Shop vs Prison 8 p. m ., Boat RampIs I'. home economics class that toured Guided tours of Food Fair Stores the Presbyterian Church in a re- Jrsie Riley of Keystone Height*.

;. the store last week. With Mr. LaI were a highlight of the project
Margaret Ann Uinlsins. BHS slstant feature editor: Judy 1eSawyer. '
AssuredOn I IMec are Mrs. L. H. Gibson in-, which' included instruction on the I
senior: and editor of "The Tiny news editor. Flora Sladc| ;
I structor. Betty Sue Nix. Gloria do's and donls of food buying:
Twister" is congratulated/ by Pnnipal a!=slant: news editor: Ginger|' ;; OR
I I Anderson. :Mary Ella Green. Marie food selection and menu planning; LNT RffyNpGuaranteed
I STARKE I ITUES. (' Hugh B. Ingram on the ap- Thornton and Hank Graham.:] SampsonA .
in the
I : Leach. Carolyn Chilson. and Katie lor thousands of teenagers
'1 editors: Larry Eider and Q
pia: ncr recently of the &chool's' sports I yf
(j I ..ct- boat ramp will be built onS'iinpfcon Lee Hicks. area. c by
; first printed newspaper. John Miller assistant! sports i (

I Produced by The Telegraph for itors:,: ;: John Davis, circulation! Lake with the cost met I : f Good
'' rem: the county's general fund, Deed Transfers HousekeepiGOOD f
NOV. 17 the school the new paper is a' manager: Tom Clark and Mike I '
Le Board of Commission- "
County Ouf i
tour-page taibloid size publication!:'Reddish assistant circulation! t*
i' cjs decided :Monday. The board Property transactions recorded 4'0145A lpta
3:30 & 8:00 P.M.: and is a credit to the new journalism i managers; : Frank Williams husi-: OYEATIS(
assessed hope that ". we can in the office of the Clerk of the)
class and its adviser }!iss'irginia !!ness manager: William O'Hara.'
AuspicesROTARY I ;b old <*t least one a year until Circuit Court during the last three 01 : .
: \ Raysor. assistant: business manager Ter-: GREEN
( I I| there is access to all lakes in the seeks are listed below. Prices are i
CLUB In addition to the editor "The i!rv WalteiP, staff photographer.Other ; I II I II j county; .** ,computed from the amount ofstate ThePast .. STAMPS
Tiny Twister" staff 13 composedof staff members include re-
Plans include recreation documentary stamps affixedto Y
I I a ( area
Famous Christianis : Mary Katherine Wainwright. pOI tel5.. tvpists. and pi oof readers. I
'tit the sue of each ramp< complete the deeds and only transactions HOUSEKEEPING
assistant editor: Matty Weldon. j It is planned to issue the paper uitli fireplaces tables and rest mvolvins $1.000 or more are re-, I

PRESENT I feature editor: Brenda Lewis as- rveiy t'vo weeks.MAYOR'S. ported.J. '
I r'>()ms.i (.
No property has jet been ob- T- and Minnie W. Quigley to t
Upset Scored COURT i. Miami newspapers when they :
I Hincd cither on Sampson Lake, or Charles M. snd Cynthia L.Scnmitt. nRbz4zIceee4
; to notice this section of .
lots 2 and 4. block 36. J.I
In Touch Football Hampton, which will be the site '
i ltf
handled Court Florida often in unflattering -
Cases Mayor's do so an
i. I?f the second boat ramp :schedul- 61. Johns Addition for 3500. ( / .
Last SaturdayThe 'I Monday were: ed. Barclay Development Co. to way In a Telegraph of 25
William Vasro Fmsyth Jr.. 'ears ago: we found an account
1 Ci.: M. and Agnes K. Bruns.
A State Road Department enIcinecr per Performance of America'sOnly
touch football Tornadoes riH kless driving, bond forfeited 1 Copied Irom a Miami paper which
.. i will be here next week it lot 1, bock 15. Keystone Club Es- j
upset loaeue-Jcadmg,: Hurricanes i t2. >o. j'vas announced to furnish engineering t:trs, for $2.500.Demetree named this .section of Florida as

1"-6 in a hard-fought game played Robert Lee MrHaffey. running data for the ramp and Builders Inc. to OmarA. having "scrubby soil. cut over by Nationwide Stamp PlanNow.

at Pratt Street field last Sat- bond $12.50;; forfeited. Umber interests Ions a!!o, on
: stop sipn.; 'help! in the selection of suitable and Alta W. Braytori. lot 26.
which cattle (the sorriest in Flor-
unlay morning. |. Alfred B. Chaffee. running:: red 1 !'itc:<. The SRD will lend the county block 5, Saratoga Heights, for GOOD HOUSEKEEPING: has added its
I Calvin Varnc! passed 20 yardsto light in school zone, $12 bond for- for .$12,000. I .iaj starve to death:
the forms
I Steve Tillpy for a Tornado necessary pour- Behind that unkind and untrue seal of approval to that of more than 23 million
feited. jipg; the concrete ramps it was Demetree Builders. Inc. to Omar
touchdown, then tossed again to Albert Clay Green. failure to : Arthur Bray ton. Jr. and Nadine description was the fact that American families-including many thousands herein

T II Tillcy! for the extra point. Varnes yield right of "" <'y. causing an ac raidSheiiff P. D. Reddish; was commended H. Brayton. lot 17. block :2. Saratoga South Florida was angling at the Florida-who sate SetH Green Stamps
another touchdown from time. for home federal money for
ran over cident. $27.50 bond forfeited. by the board for turning Heights for 12100.

28 yards out for the winners' second Curtis Hampton disorderly con-, --ck about $8.000 on his last T. R. Conneli to Pete G. and flocd control and apparently figured : .I Florida housewives enthusiasticaly'approve!

score. ouct. creating a public disturbance -:Ivcar's budzet.: The Sheriff report-:1'[ Anna P. Felos property frontingU. that belittling; this area S1H Green Stamps because they get something euro

.I Donald Falcon passed 19 ;yardsto fined $27.50th sentence =1 fin and forfeiture collections S. 30i in section 7. township 7 Veil\vculd there mak is no them use look Retting better.: mad in quality merchandise without pa}ing a penny more

3 f i if Dale Crosby on the 8 yard line i suspended and put on probation;, o: 44359.17 during: the year. A- south range 22 east for $1.000. for what they buy. \
and then ran it over for the Hur- tor 30 days. round S60.000 had been budgeted Lotie and Grace M. Hulen to

I,ricanes' only :score- Felton Benton public intoxica-. tor the Sheriff's department. W'lfred H. and Edith N. Addy. husband: W. E. Dowhn;. to GordonThm Pick up a free copy of the beautiful 1959 Sill
Frank Goolsby and Jimmy'/i lot 7. unit 2, Indian Beach Subdivision -
while actual
expenditures were a
Uon. fined $37.30; or 7 days. on Chevrolet. Inc.. an undirided Green Stamp Ideabook greatest: ever published
1 Moore: led the Tornado defense :little over 51000. for $12.000. half interest in one half
that stopped the Hurricanes! within Edward W. Akridge. reckless Purchase of $197 filing cabinet James L. and Shirley Neill Andrews a:..c on U. S. 301 opposite the at any store or service station that grves SetH

Tornado 8 line three to L. M. and Elizabeth Green Stamps and see the famous brand-name
the yard driving by excess speed. $27.50 for the tax collectors office was State: Farmer's Market for $3.500-

ditlerent times.Schedule bond forfeited. approved by the board. Collector Wildes lot 6, block 2, Butler Court C. W. and Etholm W. Savaae products now available to )ou at

for Saturday. Nov. 7: Akiide, interfering J. R. Kelly explained that the size fr 10800. to A. E. McKimiey. Jr.. lots 6 and no added cost.FLORIDA.
J Tigers vs Tornadoes. 9 m. Edgr of the automobile registration Ii. A. and Ada E. Lawson to
/ p. 7 of block 2. White Acres, for
Hurricanes Vo Wildcats. 10 p. m. with an officer while discharginghis blanks: had been changed and his Starke Builders Supplies Inc.. east 4.900--
S27.50 bond forfeited. half of lot 2. block 1. Simon J. biyjfll JNti.
The Hurricanes are still in first duty. abinets were full. l.:1wrnceV.. and Dorothy
!'o1ce. 1 The low bid on awnings which Temple Addition: and lot 4, block Tcomey 'to James G. Sparkman i. Thc-'Spctrjr iuidKBt' hinMa"""(TteM

I FeaturingThe I extend over U. S. 301 right of way 'I II 11. Davis and Truby Addition, for Jr. and Beatrice P. Sparkman. 1101 FUfW* A ; 3JT ttii
'I $2.000.
World's Foremost 'rn Laxvtey was acceptedThe bid properly in section 12 township
: cf sumo submitted Benton S. E. and Lula Sparks to A. L.
FOR LOW PRICES AND by 8 south range: 22 east for $7.000-
ARENIC Crcsby. Jr., property fronting on
STARS i i 1 A. ninz Co. of Gainesville includ-
iI I id removal and replacement of TT. s. 301 in section 21. township

Miss F\y Karoil Famous European s:Awnings repair and painting of 6outh, range 22 east for $2.000- SEE IT! TRY IT!

Equestrienne and her Educated HIGH QUALITYGRADED frunts of stores. Only other bid Nat Williams to Carl and

Horse Don Juan was for $2.322 offered by L. J. Thelma Redgrave ,Johns 7 lots in I

Lead Dingier & .(o" World's Marotto also of Gainesville. Nat Williams Subdivision, forSI II
Champions of the TramjMiline NATIVE AND WESTERN I J.800. I

Danny and The Fun Makers I! John D. and Marie Patterson to
Rotarians Seek
Mirth l'ro\oking Situations MEATS ;Tneodore R. and Frances F. Clark.

The tireat Freddie, Early Sales i i 110'1' 56. 58, 60 and 62 in Crystal NEWEST Q tr
lliJh in the Air on the Roly- .
|I -: Homesites,for 1000. .
Boly Aldo and Ills Trained Of Circus Tickets I! T. J. and Effie Alderman to

Doberman Pinchers only Art Agnes Lee 65 acres east of the FASTEST
of its kind on Earth! The WAYNE'SCASHSUPERETTE ;I Rotary President T. A. Yawn .Seaboard Air Line Railroad in tr

Great Canistrrllis, Daring. Dangerous ,announced at the club Wednesday
I Ii [section 19. township 7 south
i that: advance sales of tickets for !
Performers in the
high ,rage; 22 east. for 1000. PORTABLE
i the King Bros Circus to show in
air Ladders
on Unsupported ; Robert and Hildur V. Wahlm to
Ramo .!Starke on Tuesday. Nov. 17, have
Benny Tripoli Lewis B. and Elva Earls. property
Death Defying Leap* o\er the been brisk Rotary is sponsoring I
fronting east side of U. S. 301 inaction TYPEWRITERIN
Elephants through Hoop of appearance of the circus here, and '. 25. township 7 south.

Fire Building Human Pyramids 671 MADISON STREET will! receive a percentage on all .range 21 east for $6.000- J
advance tickets sold. I NU
Tumblers The -InMly" Hansel N and Nancy E. MeOraney THEWORLD
Famous, Versatile. Talented WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS Guy Andrews, chairman of the to John D- and GarnetteF.

Christian! Sisters: Thrilling.. ticket sale asked: that everyone Ducar. 2 acres in section 15.
Intrepid Feats performed a- planning to attend the circus pur-
township 6 south, range 22 cast.
chase tickets in advance from .
board a Racing Horse, .Aerial any for $1,200.G. .
hts. Tumblers, and lb ru Many O.th
ROUND STEAK 69 E. and Anna Belle Crews to .
During the program period. W.
!prs! +
FHward C. and Annie C. Harvey.
H. Graham completed an account .
( 15 and one half lots in Woodlawn.for .
of a camping tour that he and

SUPERIOR OLEO lb 17 i his family and the H. A- BishopJr. $11.700-
A. E.
McKinney Jr. to S. R. and
family made to California and
Dorothy R. Johns, Jr., lots 8 and 1 I
back this summer. The first half
9 end part of lots 10 and 11 of
ORANGELAND of the trip was related several
w block C, Blanding Subdivision for
\ lb' i'weeks ago by Bishop. $4.000.
? "They can have that California. EASY I
i. S. R. and Dorothy R. Johns. Jr.
Graham roncluded. "It's all
to A. E. McKinney, Jr. lots 1. 2. 3, I t/
rig, it to visit but I was glad to get
: and part of lot 4, block 9 in Tem-
bark to flat country again- .
: "M rtr W k SLICED lb' I po's: Addition to Starfce. for TERMS
I BACON 35cI i S15300.

I I The Blue Angel'At 1! B. Y. and Katie L. Saxon to YEARS AHEAD FROM

Billy Varnes. property west of SR
: (;CRADE i Florida Sunday 325: and east of the SAL Railroadm ANY ANGLE N E WIN "

EXTRA Large doz section 30.
EGGS 49c township 7 south
"The Blue Ansel." famed storyof tame 22 east, for $1,500.M. I

ls s ,I I a night club entertainer who G. and Lota B- Langford. t STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT

Sibs' nuns the life cf a repressed pro and: J. K. and Russell R. Langford 4
; TABLE POTATOES 19C I fessor. open! at the Florida Theatre .to:: Charley Jerome Johns and Gere Here's a portable that's ALL NEW inside

i I Sunday for a three-day run. Howard Johns. 85 front-feet on I and out! Calaxic gives better typing with less
I i Curt Jw gen... internationally Little Santa Fe Lake, for $4,500.
1 effort than before. Trace its modern lines.
: 31biar; 39C I, pcDular leading man is seen asa Earl Ran:;:: Melba Marie Sch- I ever
I PURE LARD mousy professor of botanr who wibe to Lester C. and Mary Hum- Try its responsive touch. You'll see why 4fac

I j succumbs to the wiles of a temptress I phries, lot south of South Gate Smith-Corona Gala:\ie is even-thing you ever

I i BIG DIPICE played to the hilt by blonde Replat! for $3.$00. i I wanted in a portable.

i CREAMgal! 59C (i May The Bntt.story is a new version of i Fund Florida Trustees Internal to William Improvement Ehren- M. I-

aN an earlier "Blue Angcl"'fllmed 30..,press, 246 acres lying in Bradford MI ,

;years ago with Marlene Dietrich I I Mid Union Counties in section 30 I FREE ,
I of 6 i : from Smith-Corona ;
I COCA-COLA carton 26c in the starring role. The picture township 6 south range 20 east 1
x I i with Smith-Corona portable.
I'lus Depo &ti [s. n't'd as a springboard to fame for $9.100. 4 every

GENERAL ADMISSIONChild i ;, for Miss Dietrich. and May Britt Margie Annis Dowling. with her I L complete touch typing course on

I '' hopes it will do the same for her. -na records!
.. $
90c 1.25 .
Adults I Ij ; $239 VALUE
I mon, The Problem with the
carton of 6 j FIRST PRESBYTERUX t'i' "
89c Windows-
Resene Seat Prices I j '
CHURCH Tuesday Circle 1. with Mrs. G;

.Afternoon 50c Nite 75c Sunday: Church School 9:45a. Frank Wolfred at 8 p. m: Circle .

Available Only| on Cirros Until'' m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m. i!':2, with Mrs. Charles Schmitt at ,

Ground. Day: of Circus. I Open 7 DAYS A WEEK sermon. "Concerning Invest-1[9:30 a. m-, and Circle 3, with Mrs..

dents" Immediately following the '!(,Robert Read at 8 p. m.

King Bros.! Resened Seats are ; service tht'Tetill be a covered 'Wednesday Mid-week service

i Grandstand Seats. I OPEN 9.00: PM OPEN dish dinner to which all membersand I'7SO p. m., Bradford Couny TelegrajihTRnISD.V.

7:00 A.M.. 7:0 A->L friends of the church are IBvited Thursttey Communicant's'

I : Youth Fellowship."6 p. n .' I Cl- ss. 3:30 p. m. t .

-- .. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m., K -j FriQr.1ChOir practice 8 p, m.



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-- I Blue Cross OK's ,CouncilOK's 1 1i Odd But-"rue-- John: G. Kellum, I Steel/ Strike I
BHSkeCliy Bradford Native, Sell It Rent ft Trade

Rate Boost Two Requests He's Alive --- II i Ups Pipeline _

i I I To Get FSU Honors I .t"cIFIED OI".PLTttJH9 __._ tl.23 rrr !.tli f'IrtI1 Ui*+rftRFPfHTRH .

In Frustrating : | PF.H l\ril FOR '''MB '0 O\K OR MORE TIME
For HospitalS 101 Police Chief Thanks To Mud! \ ". ohn G. Kelhun a native of Cost To City
CAHU4 OK TI! 'Mi ..'. T. M Werila, -_ __ a.w
: I II Bradford County and now retired !I i OVF.R 50 WORD- __ 4 1'..!, Per W..r4

7-7 Deadlock ; E. Sparks chairman of the I Two requests made by Police :1 The praises of Mississippi: mud,as business manager of Florida i Installation of the city gas dis-
Fnrni-hed Hrm'e fnr Rent on ilvet
<<< 'RI'1'nT.TH Ke.
Hoard of Trustees of Bradford Chief Riley Sweat, through Mayor i ii | were extolled! some years ago in State College in Tallahassee\ after' tri' lIt ion line Has started; Tuesday .r,4-w-i.....d.. 01S Vi.- .ny down. Finance] Lake Inquire at ':rp hound Bn*

County Hospital, announced yes- I i w T. Jackson, were approved by I|I.a popular song, and Florida mud:?8 year of service will be honoried i by contractors Brown :and Ste-I .' ,,'> I'II ,nl !-U71 ip l.l: I,i Station; fhc

Friday night's football game between terd? the acceptance by Blue .I City Council Tuesday night. I isn't so bad either according by having a new\ FSU dorml-$iplu'ns I of Atlanta Ga. and City WE HAVE a new lu.n "ru.r.1O fur I i j!I JU'iO! II.DnG rpPL'vItrar

Bradford nml Columbia I Cross of Florida of a !$2 per day j A partition in the city jail. providing I John Campbell, employee of the tory named: for him during thejuniversity's !i Council Tuesday night approved farmer* Loan o I to 6 year i j I Rig had r..f1

High of Lake City proved to bej i increase in room board, ard nursing -: more cells and costing a- ,, Oklahoma Road Boring Co. In homecoming Nov. 13-'la. materials con increase to the for mrnio the.,r entire in.. farmer orrdlt and bU require faratly. I''I i4rldua _\.. :\! fkiry S....

a fnretrating experience for everyone service charge at the Bradford ''round $200. was given the nod. fact, it was a handful of Florida :; 14. He celebrated his 95th t.lfth-j}[:company in a supplemental con- Ualnco"lIIe: Production$ CrrdM We rare inn pnrchased. :hp f.'Uowmg -
I I A*'o cor.rerned. I County Hospital. The new ;I Work will be done by Nick Thom- mud that saved his life. I day anniversary on Ort. 5. j: tract.Bcanse. |,i Ua1ne..vtlle. Fla.HIUIO .tei. ; will pas the "-avtne: .. on to you
!:as. with $135 of the cost for ma- ,' Campbell is with :>1..1http. table ., long i 2T": wide
I' increase will raise the charge for employed \ a, Born near Lake Butler in 171,i the contractor agreed'
which (! ::t
Viewers of the : x highI..ta' file cabinets,
game iopt'n scmi-pnv3le accommodations to|i tenaLi. The job will include clos- crew that is weighting down natural when that (community was a parti,to a work delay to await sale ofmeniie !. REPAIRED. I. W-,...! file ...stir..It.1.,1:! : l torag
ended in a 7-7 deadlock: saw: BHS j I All M.k. AU M 4J* .
$12 per day. and private rooms to ling off a Yilndow from access by .gas pipelines in swampy : of Bradford County Mr. Kellum i ?as bonds after the or- i,I' BeameabI. tka: ,... jaraar.SHEPHERD'S ... : .at.inet: >- 4 wide x hiKh Wood
up with a smooth offense' I II : $17 per day, effective Dec. 1, 1559. i I jail occupants.: areas to keep them from floating.,grew up on a farm, I leaving home!j is'nal' contract was let a clause I II |I I.... Gri'.RADIO.. O""P' a TV I : i amping an<1 picnic trips t
that moved the ball j
exceptionally 'This is the first time since j A raise in ppr-day cost of feeding I! Early Monday morning a bulldozer : at'the age of 20. lie attended a'I'I I was included providing for an Increase :',,412 E. fmll S'. Pk.e HO ..-8881I Cor.. in t.. s.-e u feel., free to look
well through the Lake City line I .. atouna "hNeVI t'lI/ill
was also granted the 'ar FU.I or ask
the hospital opened in 1956 that: I prisoners i on the job developed clutch private normal school at Jasper;I. in cost of raateilal if the I for Prb Ohame- ttchs
I -
and also witnessed rock-hard I
who work out1
.chief Prisoner: !
it has been necessary:' to increase i I trouble and Campbell got behind! and begin teaching in rural pub- ,| tlien-threutenm steel strike CO 1,0 M*I. FLORIST I
Tornado defense that: yielded only I their sentences are given three it lie schools.ia\ last :);,should develop- il Only F. T. D Flori In Starke.I"owrre .
t'icse charges; Chairman: : Sparks ; to investigate. The driver, not school' job j
70 yards rushing) to the Columbia, I mais;: a day while those not working j. wired any place. Flnnvrs Men's Leather
backs. j said.: "Tolol increase in prices I j.I aware that Cambell was in behind : wr.? as principal of Gainesville] Monday the amount by which fur all\ occasions 1000 1l1y. Phone I
High i i The per-day cost '
I of all hospital equipment, supplies I get only.two. started, backing? the 15-ton; High in 1904-05. He served as>, the cost of material to be used'I \VQ 4 '%'1. S06' taH Nona St. tfchg
The Tornadoes controlled the I has been $1.50. but was increased I I HALF SOLES
i,| food, utilities, and wage during I $1.15.1 j I machine ,over his body. UMble' assistant chu-f clerk of the Florida : hr increased was determined byl I'I

tall for the majority of the game |l the past three years has neeesi-''bY Council stai had ting asked Nov. 1 for to $2. '(''to make himself heard over thei! House of Representatives in a review of prices made by James';: m FOR*-nts. I1CNT Reasonable= -Furnished rair*. apart-Near' i

allowing Lake City possession of i|. ted this advance. Bradford Sweat I II roar of 'the", .1J ('b I-. Campbell J 1901 and 190.X and was 'hid! i: Booksh of Reynolds Smith and i i shopping'n .T Phone WO 9-2 ll1 1 1.50 PMen's
for the
the ball the: Last year $1,054 was spent '! \V(. 4-5134 or colif\ 213 S I
only once during Hills
County Hospital is fne smallestin I grabbed up a handful of mud and'tI.rew clerk in 1905: and 1907. lie con- representing the city and St. Shell Oil
: and the 1959-60 budget hast : I <(< Co. office. j
third quarter anti giving up but itun. .! it into the i.J W. Rfchey representing the I..r ',
:1 the Southeastern U. S. to be cab attracting tinued as chief clerk and also as' con I tfchg
I aside $1.500 for the purpose.
four first downslh the entire encounter I, fully accredited by the Joint for two : the driver's attention. The tractor fecretaiy of the Board of Control ,, tractor. Price Increase agreed upon I' Rubber
of heaters !
as compared to 11 for Commission Purchase poI j I had covered until :'was U.f48.20hirh will bring the. HASTINGS MATTRESS ,
on Accreditation of I approximately half of voluntarily relinquishingboth I. 1

Btadford. j I i Hospitals and we cannot' afford to lire Materials cars was costing also approved.$426 were requested -j I J! Campbell's body but, thanks to. jobs in 1917. ,. total construction cost to $179.- :!t & UPHOLSTERY WORKS HEELS ii ec Up

The Tornado touchdown came in j[ lower our standards' for any rea by R. S. Wasdin, power!' the soft mud underneath he escaped -| Whenifr.. Kellum arrived tol|',42680. No increase in cost of labor i 710 Lemon St. I'alatka

the closing seconds of the first I son."The plant: engineer for use in testing with no broken or crushed !take over the business manage-1('was made. I Furniture Repaired, Upholstered -

quarter and capped a sustained I hospital trustees are fully and repairing city water meters. I bones only severe bruises. I t ment of. the school in 1&07 there:' Tuesday the 1000 feet of pipe I & Refinished

drive of 70 yards and included ) convinced that the people of I Wasdin told Council that one of An ambulance was called from |were, scarcely 200 students, only I'I I was laid beginning at the city MATTRESSES REBUILTNew Extra Special!

four first downs. Halfback Johnny ,I Bradford County would not be satisfied -I the city meter readers had been :: Starke to the scene of the acci-1 I 40>f them of college level. The 'site,'' .' on Brownlee St. west of the

Devore took a Tanner handoff j with any type hospital care trained at the Davis Meter Com- i cent, a swamp near the old Reddish -; 13-acre campus had only five, uy limits. Pipe welded totaled Innersprings HALF and

at the five yard line and spurtedoff i but the best and, in order to provide -I p-.my's factory in the care of me- !|. homestead not far from buildings, one of them brick. i 1.500 feet and 900 feet were cov I and Box Springs SOLES

left tackle to score standing II, that care. we must meet these ers. The company from which i, bronn Springs. Attendants Hf'il-I When he retired in 1945, the I ered. The' line will continue down Drop Us a Card or Call I

up Halfback Richard Duggcr :increased costs in operations," the 'City buys meters, paid room i, to wade to the site and it college had 1.300 acres and a student completion Brown'ee and on to Orange. No : PALATKA\ 5.9166 I HEELS .24 UpI

ian'rtfie pofnt"affef" make the I I:Sparks added. rent and schooling costs for the six\: men to carry the 230-pound! body of 2262. Enrollment .I i i I I date has been set. I STAKKK WO 4-58.14:

rrore 7-0 at the end of the first I man. p i Campbell a half mile back to thej began to mount sharply after MRS. PFGOV ".-\I.UR.: brke, I -

quarter of play. i I portunity was squelched when Repair of meters by a city em- i j| highway. He was treated in! the changeover to coeducationalFSU I' School Board Asks "vat ARKE'S'SHOE

Only] two minutes of playing!I| fullback Gardner's fumble on second ploye will save time and money for i i Bradford County Hospital for his I I in 1947 and there are now I Bids On Moving I I Uchg I!

1 lime had elapsed in the second ,' down and goal at the two the city, in Wasdin's opinionAt minor injuries.Alachua 6.179 students on campus.Conservation I REPAIRING

quarter when Lake City, not to i, yard line was recovered by a present, he said, cost of repair is. 'Unused Buildings

be outdone, drove to the Starke I j Lake City lineman. I $7 plus freight charges on each : Reserve i I I.tHGF ""'..: i 12.1! S. Walnut St.

:15 yard line and Columbia] Higffl 1 Lake City never threatened during mter. The number repaired weekly Commission Bids on mcning two out-of-use FOR

hack Larry Adams carried from I the second half. and except averages about 12, but has been i!Turns Down Request Payments Are Being jL'iwtey: school buildings into J4 Ixdrooms LE-olonlal-t'pe living rm.. family hou'e rnu,, I I I! Across from Park Theatre

there to payditt. :Mike: Mitchell's | for their touchdown in the seci :as many as 150 in a month he. j I Made In County !1 Starke for storage purposes will be '.dinins I rni.. sun parlor; Io.'attd0.. ,
I' On jWaJnnt :St., choice rt-M.lfnti.il area
I II l River
conversion ended the scoring for!i end quarter never really got their SJi id. Many meters need only Roads I!j advertised for opening at the Dec. Ci.4tO bu 'in..'<.-, nation, rchoolx;, ; IIE...\\, hlHOhIK' "('R tR": HOIIKI

the night at 77. I l offensive moving against the d>-I cleaning and 75 per cent could II i I Payments to farmers who hadConser'ation 'i I meeting the School Board ceclded chllr'bftl. Lot Mtfnds "No Mock. Will sn-ll lijt s. l.fnvnl. Iliimr Viu < ,
said. Two : bridge! no road" is the partly furnished, I I 30Si:
Wasdin :
In the third quarter Bradford'!| ft-nsive-minded Tornadoes. I be fixed here, keiHiment Reserve contracts in :i Monday morning. I I if desired. Contact nwi.tr, Jlrs. II. n:::> x Tt.nml.M.n :OL rchg.
Along with quarterback Tanner meter readers, are now employed expressed by the Ala :' The buildings the.old cafeteria 1 If. McLrndnn. :3:ii: WestchoM, Or-
effect during 1959 being made ,
dominated play and once pushed: chua County Commission reply''! are j lan<>, Fla., Bradford .
; in or inquire Wani t .
half their time is I and I < Waitrr Stalling' TruckS
and halfback Tombo Smith who by the city. i a Blanding buildingformerly
according to Felix Sapp, Chair- County I T- .
h.gn ph. .
to the Lake City six inch line before I to a suggesticn from Bradford tfcng : p X mil** of i-tarke On U S.
i played their usual' used: in reading meters, and one I used<< for classrooms were also
the ball !| headship game 'mnn of the County Agricultural ;i I appraised !1.1! PhoixHobart -&ai. tfchs
relinquishing on Commissioners
:j defensive stalwarts were guard I man is used for calls. I II | that roads in Ala- '. Stabilization and Conservation .. by three real estate ap- F!it: IU:.'tT 2 BKDKOOU nnfum -

downs. I Ronald Crawford tackles Cecil I License to operate a taxi for the : chua. leading to' the Santa Fe'|'Committee.Most I.I praisers I so that they may be sold hrd.Moorr apt .:U W }1..du..1I.IJimny s. FOR !'.U.I-: Pirwhurju Subdivision
( << t Gulf St diva n- t
Another Bradford scoring op-, Leach and Billy Helsabeck and: bus station was granted Felton Ri"er boundary between the two farms with Conservation i i: if moving proves to be too costly. ..!._ tfcIogP.tXTtnfurni'h..d i ; ..fffi'M1h1 .C-blnck home, Florida
I i counties be r.x ni. 'il.ITV cypress" St Phone Wo
paved and old wooden
end Tommy Clark. j I Smith. subject to meeting insur-| \Reserve contracts have been New location for the buildings, if FOR 4i3: George Kanfmann tfcbg

W. C. T. U. i i"ONE Head Coach Lennard Register j I ance and other requirements. :bridges remain in use. checked to determine that the ,>: moved, will be the south end of n.ijye at rjr of "1"1' building small at I
Present 1.\p.nE
i bridges are so unsafe I !i I the west side of the Starke athletic ;Sil .en.ple Av''. Contact Mrs. j 1 STORAOH PPACE For
the Bradford '
for have been (
.piaised, boys I contract provisions rent "n \vo <.5<:a4 Itrhg
'that I ):;uIIIO1011:
KflASON THE COI'KTS; they should be condemned, at McCarthy's Caragr,
their all-around 1 and {Census Takers i with the field. :; n'il,. on Raiforrl Hd '
<< gieat playing, j complied during past I,I << tfchgnrt i
{ the Alachua Commission hELP
DOXT ; declared. WAXTED1'I'TIRpr
U.NUI.B1: 0 It K: i
Value of the buildings according
1 "We them i Farmers contracts I ( ,
commented :
! niUTXKKX DRIVING: CASKS: -;,i out-played Now I I The exchange of letters developed !year. I pojnting dry wall work by esp.risned FARURRM ANt OOOOiUvisrrHK
.Can Apply { to appraisals of A. J. Thomas, OPKKATORS
j i the whole game we should have I j I agreed not to harvest a crop or I painter Workmanshippiiar..ni .
THE rNDERTAKF.H! f.ETs; |I when Bradford Commissioner ';'ioi Fini: SALESMEN. SKLI
I IE.' W. Hayes, and C. A. Futch .-rd. Contact
it." graze livestock on the designated & J Builders',
won ;
THEM FIRST." For Ag Nosecount i iI i I M. O. Harrell reported at his.btard's '. I ask for Jack, Hnuwr. lilt MArIWNALDS "Vr-TAB-O-
I range from $300 to $400 for the Ifrlig 1.-\TlJ
iI :acicageIn most cases the contracts FAMOUS SINCE ISIS!
(PAUL IIOI.DCRAFT -. 1 Tliis Friday the Tornadoes meet I| mid-month meeting that cliBsrooms and from $400 to $500 I I F-ui: KTA1IS...; WRITE DR MAPIKIXAMXS -
NATIONAL VOICE.) Femaridina tnc-re. It will be Fer- Applications for employment as i|i I residents along the unpaved roads I also require a reduction in I I FOR lUXT-Fllrnilth. apartments34J I BOX ;t. FT DODOE,
I total of for the cafeteria. Total apprisalcosts per mo. 516 S. Epperson Kt Y. IiWA.-
tiandina's homecoming game.SHOP census takers for the 1959 Census i on the Alachua County side were !the acreage crops produced I were $75. I. Kirchaine' tfchgKVKNINO 4t chg 11,1, ?
the farm.
,- of Agriculture in Bradford. Baker. I ibbming their unhappy plight on on j _
Columbia and Union counties are .Bedford County. AUchua County I 'Mr". app also reminded fanners.thit:1J .I I Bids on a curtain and seats for PLAFSKS for adults' 'dIsubJ.'ia i, FOR KKXT; On Kinflty Lake 3
: > rcquiiemcnts of the con- the high school auditorium now Crwlit if wanted. Write l - no v being accepted. war! unuillinfe to pave the roads i iuniess ( under construction will also be Dirt-rmr Box 1\\!II). Starke, or call I ..m br4. ?am RoFeitbvrg'i Store
trac.i.1.-remain In effect for thedurfition I WO 4-3071. il =it Adult Ednca-
or ('II East .Call St. tfchffrnrroii
Persons interested in these jobs new bridges were constructed .
: of the contra cts- The end fcdvertlsed for submission at theetember ion Offi... t'SO Rldg.' for addi-I.I .
C U A D should notify Mrs. Annie R. Tay- and Bradford does not have I I t" I TInt nf,>rmatl"n: tfchgI I
of. We growing season does not : meeting.' I MAHE DRAPES -- Tour
Her bridge'
ior. crr-w leader for this area. the secondary funds for Reserve :'I The Board also moved to rebid itoterlal or min. Alo .pbol?h"T
telephone number is 3282 Clarks- woik, Harrell declared. 'irelievp the Conservation I F DEAR CUSTOMERS: :_, i work' dunr. Call Mr*. Howard Tuck-
school buses
contract holder of the obligations : gasoline: supplies -r. Keystone Heights, Fla
SHOP oiiv/r I \tlJe. Fla.Applicants. The Riadfoid Commissioner'said i under his contract. land trucks, and fuel oil for heating To celebratethe completion andopt'.nIn 'i 4thr 11112
for censustakingjobs that since the river roads in of -
new Uup.
; i purposes I. ( my beginning -
the U. S.. Tnere' are 11 contracts in effect I FOR SILKnav
must be citizens question had been paved on the
In other action the Board: Monda). Ort. it and running mix' concrete, have a high school ,education or Bedford County side he did note during 1959 in Bradford County. I to i ion. fence posts, sand, cement,
andis Accepted an invitation participate ; for the next 94) dajs, I am running -' :Alntar mis. roC!. pteel. shell,
Don't Buy Your New Car furnish evidence of comparable b why Alachua County could ,This.! land is out of production I oyster
December meeting
the UnwrorkPhone \TOt ;
in i a brake periacU I will i -:1; Brad-
experience: be in good physical not do the same thing and let the ro be devotf to :an approved kit Lawtey Junior High. ,1 park I'''''' FI101in..rinl: < {'n' ifrhgFOR
health and of excellent character 'present wooden bridges-remain infi'9 Appioved the $421.90 cost of I SAtE Five room Work
on the First Stop I and be at least 18 years of age. until Bradford could pay its! repair of a field building at RJE :check your points and plugs free.j I hit"-. Will sell reasonable. 40SSt

T' 'ey must have sufficient financial -. share of the hew bridge cost. Heasld Tornado Whirl lamagfd by fire some months I'll be glad to see all my old bud- -'tar lip
to sustain themselves thai if a short stretch of dies
resources i, :: again.
Ful'XU.: Sum of money in a 1.'al l 1.-
four or five weeks from the load: "were left unpaved on each Admission Set I.ago.Appioved payment to Carl Ritch Your old mechanic pal | utore (>wni>r molt hare by ident-

GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE I date of appointment until they ,sJd i S of the') bridge It''Would slow 'fn: at and paying for ad. Address
: Loon him of electrical .
At 25 Cents I completion by IRA (SHORTY) ALLEN i-je. to Bos k.l. !Stiirke' ItchsFOi
receive their salary ccheck. APpli- i mitorists; down before hitting the II i i .: woik in the new school i I .

cants with veteran preference.( bridge and'thus minimize danger 'Tk: ALLEN'S GARAGE : SALR 14' iJorure Poat. .!5
BUT wr-o meet all requirements, will from any driver crossing at a hign i j I An admission charge of 25 cents |:brary. I Across from Herrulr on Alton Kd.I' lip Clrririo Johnnon Motor andTrailer
: Whirl ;jti'" Jimmy Catkins. Hi
wl1) b .nude for Toinado ,
i be Liven priority: over non-veter ried. !|I ? I I'! tins !t.t. Staike tfchg
ans. Clerk] Charles A. Darby was in- pep-rally on Thursday night Nov. Bradford HospitalTo I
I f 112 the Sophomore Class, sponsors WATHES \VTED) Apply in FOR SALE: !Swrl" Potatoes. 12
job applicants ,tructed to write letters to the 'I
i !
Farm census announced Get Oil Bids p ;;
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE and lofhe'ennt< this year. '
( must be licensed to operate Alachua Commission as well asi ; 5ny. tfchi? "n Hay(*>.." HiKh 'ay. Luoijn Conner -
,: member EarlPowers. |I yesterday. Children in the 5th tfchg
privately-owned District Road Board
must provide a i admitted Bradford County Hospital trustees FOR SAI.K I..nts I, :Z and 4, Block
!automobile in good condition. Cen- and SRD District Engineer grade .and under will be bids for fuel oil for Latey-O. J. Anders, Iwwrtey.Kid .
will .
open FOR SALE Kenmore
1 us takers will be paid seven cents ( James Brewer stating that lite. on Tue3day, Nov. 3 tp II'3 ,; ennnition," });. c..n|| WO Rap 4-TC91.

I( a mile for official travel. th: Bradford Commission ". .'! '1c 1pts will go to the 10th the coming year I TAILOR MADE I1R..H'r.rrF. ttch4;

Billy DowlingAcross I would: like to see Alachua County : gride: '.class fund. I 110. i free. libor. }frp IIIrY Shallor.\ 20!* -
V _.dkiniiSt. phone WO 4-5834! : tf'hg MAN: (II: WOM: ,\X: To take over
Recreation Board ,proceed to construct their portion ff'al.r-Illp in 5-tarke" Products E!'-
I '
I. :jci these highways, but we would IV .\"*T"\I;\ Experienced; Waitress tahlijihed. U..-kU I profits of $ ).00
I :! Apply Ronald ReManrant. V ..r mor. at tart pofKible. No car
Names Bloodworth I j lIke -to continue the use of the :S ::11 South ?'fF 1I'lt o"- other in\eKiment nec''i'arvVill

I. ;I itmpoary bridges across th eriver I help xon get started. Write (' P.
The Street From Setzer'sGef As Chairman sufficient ',R SALE -- Approximately %..000I' Kuhle.\ FVpt.N-1. c/o The J. Po.'all.'n" .
until such time as we have ..
Sta! otr.rpn Simpson Sugar Cane.F \\ <<'mpany. MemphK Z. Ten-
p II I secondary road funds with The New Scr/pto/ I' .r Sail.: \ at once I. .\. Lynn. P. ORox n :!tjIPP lip
James Bloodworth was elected I IJ;. rtaldvrin. Fla Baldwin
which to pay our'portion of the r'rh.ighon! lichgHKlTIHIil !!-. '
tilT OF T"" \
chairman of the City Recreation '! .. .
permanent bridges. > "
>v. il built masonry home fnrni. -
I.Braid to succeed Joe Gray who ;j The. suggestion received a cold :!t "l. lU't-d highway; well drained

-l I I recently moved from Starke at',rreption from the Alachua Com- Business Line Ball Pens THOROI.... (an.i' n.Ktp.nWith 2 Al te For lot.a quirk fruit sate trees only and$4,000.01.ahrnhttrr / < -

: I the group's meeting Tuesday noon.mission. < .mm..rl".altYTal'num| << .%. J. THOM! REtLTOR
I"M.r.\ .h'.rurf. c'o't $; Call Jim
in the Garden Restaurant. ( .tKi;<< Temnle t.e_ Tel. WO 4- 1a.
I It Hay'''', Keystone! Height" ph 3573.
The board voted to accept Ro- 1 Safe Driver and RefillsFOR tip If 1! lE IXDHPENHEXT: Sell Raw-

;tary's offer of Boy Scout build- ,l.-i7h !'roou"' ''. Gorxl npening In :X.
FOfc yAI.E UI;! C .
Awards Are Made cylinder.14ov' '.2a ha ('0 Write Kawl.-fich'., D Jtt'1i
Pratt Street Play- Countrv Sedan Autonnatlctransmit '
in? on Jhe : !TO-D.: -mphiK, T'nn3t

ci c'und for use in the recreation i To Rangers HereSafe ALL BUSINESS WRITING s,,.'T> ton. ahmer's Itch Gift>r chg lilt!

program subject to agreement as not'SF.1VES

i j'o: maintenance responsibility. driver awards were presented Antom4tlc FOR SALC\ wa: her- r-ed.\-1<< condition Kenmore Sell a product unconditionally

The board al>o moved to request to personnel and the Brod- only 25c each ::llins b'rati-e we moved and shallow guaranteed and advertised (locally -
clarification of eligible items for well\ won't furnish water for it
I !: lord-Umon Fire Control Station Inquire *t POM Office in Hampton I on TV). YM. It's AVON
I expenditure under County alI ,.. ', ,
; ? lr Milton Vo-her Up
during -
schooling conducted
a safety : C.U.IXGLL WOJEN110

t I I"location to local districts. :: : l last week'by Don Olive in- REFILLABLE! FOil SALB' to Stamp Collector<< *:; WANT TO EARN Write Oulda
I Director Boa Benner was elected H. ,
v.In. uncancelled\ plate
Lafce 'Cit'yoffice. Mamp :
out of the
vestisalor!; :, !Swrai, P. O. Box 510. Live Ok,
Blocks PlnKf, Rlock
1 I secretary to the Board and Fred' and !': also'
t'niied Nation* and Ha.
ready -for he I' 1 Sntll, recently appointed for a five Those receiving awards were: C..nfa..t B.rt ('hrl-/rr.rll P.arenreign.Sr.. Key-
yesr term to succeed Gray was "''n.. n..ivt.u 1';:'' I1rhg
Janie Hodges county ranger. Refills lOc 1
Fieezin'Season! I welcomed! as a new member. I seven$ years; Edgar W. Douglas, with ea. FOR .*I.E Nice Po""' !,. lot 1')0) Complete Tree Service
I ft x 100 ft. (;ood ("nm mutl It). Sid-
ranger< six years; Pitt Newsome, nay Ttaticen. Tjwter, VIa :3tpFWrtMIXO tillS Pruning Bracing De-Mosc-

To get your car ready for winter, Phillips 66 Fire Destroys !l ranker sis: years; and J C. Sapp. a BLUE RlZn EASTRR LILI tug Cavity Work Tree Removal .

Newly CompletedJohn ranger, one'year.. Also receiving a FS and Glad;tola Bull.. Reasonably TransplantingSapp's
Dealers offer anti-freeze service. It I
guaranteed safely award at this time-was Don BLACK fork Fd ;i n: Alton Rd. phon. WOl.ii. -,

works like this: McRae Home Champion' county farm. forester. Virgil Owen. Zip 1112| Tree SurgeonsPETE
TeM your Phillips 66 Dealer the degree of protection I I seen years. RED FOR SALE OR TRADE 11! 8APP, Owner

; you want (even down to 50 below) and ; Fire. Monday noon, destroyed The awards: were given to men FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS for Ford car V !A pick-tip C SUde.Will Maxvllle sell or ,trad'Fla: STARKE PHONE' WO 4-39C5 .

l he newly completed home of Mr.' accidents : .
I : having fl : preventalI ZtplI I U Jt
he'll in the amount of 66
put proper Phillips
*rod Mrs. John E. McRae about during the period m m d.
Anti-Freeze-permanent tl>e. Then if at any hree miles noith on U. S. 301. FOR SALE 2 -I Inch Girls byryIe -
Ilk. n-w both for $25 or SI!I \
time this winter you need more anti-freeze to Starke Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter Social i The most economical ..('1'1.' Johnnie Han<*n. phone HC2 I
said the fire started Security C- ,n US 201 I
maintain this level of 66 apparently -
protection, your Phillips Ztchg hIfIFORLNT ]t
from an oil heater. No one was
Deal<< will add rt with no addiiional charge. representative of. the Gainesville writing ever devised. ,
at home at the time and the chief L'nfurishh.d 5 bed.
4. Sounds like a fair proposition doesn't it? said the fire was beyond control Social Security office will be rnoam ht-"I" at 511 X. Water St
at the courthouse in. Starke on Starke. Phone Owner atYO 4-l>Dl3tchr
Come to your Phillips 66 Dealer when his equipment arrived. Also. U I!
: Thwsrtay. .Nov; 12,;at 9:30: a. m. ---
forguathueedantifreezeservicc.LLI hampering the department was an
Persons :who desire,to nuke ap- SIMMONS HIDF.-A-BED for !ll.t4
impassable road leading from the
puration !forsocial security retirement or :rade. Van's MoteL Ph. WO f.t14. .
') highway which, keep the trucks llchl

1t from getting ,rear the house. or..survivors' benefits, secure BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
socul -security account .numbers .
No valuation could be obtainedbut '. FOR ,9 AtB1JS4 .
or get any-other* information are Ford V.! Truck. J-4 Ton, Light f. ., .
Chief Carpenter said he
understood -
invited .to see thfi representative Duty. Stake Body. ,
that part of the loss was IOCAL FIhMC'E'COVPilT For Expert Tree Surgery' Call O

,. "" covered by tnura2ce. &tth.tstinie. I 118. 1'. WatoU ft. t.J..,: Afeat t (

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rival was Charlie Tolford and to Committee was appointed, Including -! 'vwt.vv"'YYY99999Y99Y9.r rr.9Y9..Y.999! 9YYYYY.yy1 mttma.myynyvvr-v FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS him and his committee goes all Mrs. Leon Wagner Mrs. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

' the credit for this wonderful M. King, and Mrs. Ray Cook. The I MELROSE: I FLORAHOMEAND PINE LEVEL J. R. Smith pastor. Ralpn

next Nov. 18 will feature and
By Mary 1(. Schaeffer event. meeting on S87 GRANDIN Cipcland Minister of Music
Hallowe'en Post Christmas gift making and I church organist.
Now that Hallowe'ensis and Christmas foods. By Dane Semces: Sunday School, 9:45a.
O'Connor the most or-
999YY9YY99999Y9t99 99'KEYSTONE a'.d Billy the! smoke On Tuesday Oct. 27, five Home ., m. Morning Worship 11 a m
theug has cleared away there "...&."&.&...&&..&..Ice I
gm&l. Ginger Bleasdale was are few Demonstration Club members Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening
a things would like to ,
iest, Terry Christoffers the we Miss Ruth Bigelow has returned -* Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regu-
sav. First we would like to'apologize drove to Doctors Inlet for the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Young :' Cervices 8 p. m.
HIGHLIGHTS prettiest, and Dicke Martin the from spending the summer in 'lar appointment at Pine Level ,
to our little "Trick-or-Treaf Senior Home Demonstration an- Sr. of Florahome visited friends "Make church worship a family
moot original in Grades 3 and 4. visitors for not having candyin nual meeting. The local club was New York. in Clearwater. recently.Mr. I''Baptist' Church last Sunday with affair."

AAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAL In Grades 5 and 6, Sharon Gloverwas the house. We didn't any expect hostess for the luncheon. Those Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Hurt of and Mrs. H. Crenshaw...,;Ia i i good attendance and many ST. AXJTS EPISCOPAL

Carnival Financial Success the ugliest, Renee Belote them on Friday evening though we :wno enjoyed this meeting were Davenport ,recently spent the Mr*. Paul Hubner Mr. and Mrs. '', visitors. Rev. F. E. Baughman of CIIURC1IHETSTOXE
prettiest while Julie Walker and Mrs. Ida Gentry Mrs. E. M. Cooper night with'Rev. and Mrs. RobertH. [ Strickland and Mr. and j i :
i Dallas Texas
The best PTA Carnival we have might have ben'prep red. Secondly brought the evening Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar
Pam Thompson tied for most or- Mrs. C. M. King Mrs. J.: W. Carr. j[Mrs. Besanoney of Florahome at-,
been to yet was held on Saturday I we must sav we admire-the dexterity I i message. He and his wifeII.ere Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Communion -
iiinal.i In grades 7, 8, and 9, Ralph Misses Annabelle and Recta Robinson -
King, and Mrs. Francis Egan. tended the PTA meeting in Melrose j i overnight guests of Rev.
evening. Oct. 31. at the Keystone o those ente 1>rising'.soulswho and Mrs. : 9:30 a. m.. Sunday
The weatherwas I Thomas was ugliest. Carl Camp- risked life :4-H Club NewsKeystone of Palatka spent Sunday 1 last Monday evening. j t[Hall Sunday.
Heights City Park. and limb to place School; 9:30 a. m., Morning Prayer -
and Carol Baker tf th their brother and sisterin.l -
.bell prettiest i
4-H Club met C. Clark
Heights Hugh of Bardin was
perfect costumes were fabulous garbage cans atop all the, chimneys -. l law, {i Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richardson and Sermon [Holy Communion
most: original. Thursday Nov. 5. at 2:30 at the Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson.Mr. buried at Paran Cemetery Tuesday :
there were a lot of new features at the scnol-house. Next we and Mrs. Ed Allen and are spending sometime with Mrs. each first Sunday 1: 6:30 p. HL,
and it seemed that everyone Door-prizes were wonderful and vonder what pleasure some Hal- .school. With the new classrooms afternoon. Funeral services were H. M. McRae after the terrible Young People meet.
this yearThe plentiful, and everyone seemed loweeners of vandal- completed, the girls can start children. Cindy and Terry visitedin held in the First Church of God fire that
had more spirit : get cur pure i occurred in their home Holy Days: -7:30: a. m.. Holy
food was especially good too. pleased with what he won. One ism? If they get a bang out of their dress-making and other.sew- Melrose last weekend.Winners"5 ,at Palatka. Mr. Clark had lived in last Wednesday. Almost all their Communion.

child come to me to display three soapng windows well.why not? :!ng projects. County Assistant of the Melrose Dupli- j: Grandin some years ago. He is furniture and
One of the annual highlightsof much of the chil-i I
of or four little prizes he had won That can be edified vh a-.fit- ,Agent, Miss Sandra Reese is Instructing cate Bridge Club last week included 'survived: by hit: wife Mrs. Alma.i i dren's clothing '
the Carnival is the selection was either destroyed -
pnof which he was very proud. the fifth and sixth grade : high. Mrs. John Strawn Clark. Florahome; one lion Ken- !
the best costumes. Judges for thisyear's tlc: "elbow grease"-btit to deliberately by the fire or ruined by THE RIGHT POINT for fine
His father laughingly commented :girls in making pot holders while Mss Iva Hillyer; 2nd high Mrs. [neth: Bardin; two daughters. Mrs. '
; smoke.
someone shrubbery Some way write. Come in and select
contest were Mr. and Mrs. friends passing by you
"Yes. all of that for only $5!" '!the seventh eighth and ninth Mary Cook and Miss Sally Mans- William Packham and Mrs. Charles ,
Tom Southerland. Mr. and Mrs. we feel is a different matter: Any, I the house saw smoke broke in your favorite ESTEKBKOOK
field 3rd high, Mrs. Ray Becker
Mike Adams and Mr. and Mrs. D. The three new features this chiJd; who has been.trick-or-treating graders will make pleated skirts. ; F. Hill both of Jacksonville; ;and put the fire out about 9am. '' Fountain I'rn. KLEGRAriL:
; Mrs. Robert Hollis 4th. Mrs.
L- Thompson Jr. In the year may hairs had a lot to dowith at the Mansfield's i ho knows [Each girl will attend equipped and ; 12 grandchildren and three great Otnerwise the entire house prob- -
pre-I Gilbert Allen Mrs. Walter
school group Billy the success of the Carnival. that Emma Kate Sarah, and their ,.vrith a sewing box. Mrs. J. R, isrmdchildren-: ably would have been lost.
The small fry loved the movie; the mother most Smith has accepted the Craft Grolick. J.1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weeks and'
are so we
ton was the ugliest Cindy Scales generous MelroseCrushes Bell 33-2 I Yesterday w; heard that the r----mGl- ,
Leadership and will assist the Mr. Week's mother, Mrs.Theodore
teen-agers liked the dancing and wonder what possessed
the prettiest and Bobby Williamsthe someoneto home of Mr. and Mrs. John Edwin
gills in making their skirts. Sew- The Melrose Bulldogs spoiled *Corn of Grandin, attended the ,
and old liked to play"C'own" break off
most originaL In the Grades young very McRae
was destroyed
ing machines ,are needed for the the Homecoming celebration of the funeral of Mr. Week's grandmother ] by
1 and 2, Donnie Baker was ugliest every stem of their beautiful cas- They had been in their
BeD Bulldogs Friday night by new home
workshop. Time and date will be Mrs. Ida Weeks last Sat- !
plant. Was that "trick"? .
Christie Newman prettiest. Chairman for this year's Car- a whipping them 32-2. Ironically it only few months. We sympathizewith
decided later. Mrs Margaret Nel- urday. Mrs. Weeks lived in Worthington -
And lastly-did someone who both families.A .
: son. County Agent will make the was Bell who spoiled the Melrose Springs. ,
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's owns a blue-station wagon hap-; arrangements. Homecoming m the same way Miss Priscilla Griffin
pen to find some ,military ,equip- just a year ago. I and Mrs. Fred Broadwell of Jacksonville -
Officcers of the Keystone spent the weekend with her mother. : YOUR :
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes ment in his car after the Carnivalon Heights 4-H Club are: Nancy Sutton Early in the first quarter Bell Mr.;. Alma Griffin of Grandin. was given at the homeof ITO rr

Saturday night? It seems that President: Dianne Brokas drove all the way to the Melrose Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews, re-
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY young! Burton White Jr. son of Brant-I
Vice President; Reba Hall Secretary 13 yard line. Here Melrose ley and children of cently. Hosteses were :Miss Anna

Dr. and Mrs. White, was dressedin Barbara Ann Wheeler Trea- over but'a series of penalties kept tended a "housewarming" in the I j Ruth Crosby. Mrs. Gale Rome.
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster Owner ;
an army uniform in'the parade I surer; Jenie McMurtry Council them from the goal and the first Melrose home of Mr. and Mrs. ,I Mrs. Bertha Mizelle. Mrs. Mary : EYES I Ir
and after the judging- was over '
Delegate; Barbara Drake and Roberta quarter ended scoreless. Jimmy Price. Alice Stanley and Mrs. Teressa
in order to be unencumbered, he
Sibley -Song-Leaders. Bell was first to score when a Mrs. Callie Rye returned to her j Cicsby. The couple received many
took his pistol holster;:belt and went the head of Mel- Grandin last beautiful and useful gifts. Mrs.B .
New SubdivisionJUST CHURCH NEWS pars over job in the postoffice :
v rifle [all toys] to the family car-- SYLVANIATV1
;() The Sunday School of the First rose's Mark Gaboardi and he was Monday after a two-week vaca-
and also a genuine Nazi Swastika Baptist Church through the new tackled in the end zone for a Bell and Mrs. L. A. Crosby of Bayless
r OPENED ON arm-band-but after the'carnival tion.Robert .
BEST Burs expansion program is growing in saftey. Later a 50 yard pass from Seigier spent last week- Highway.Mrs. I WITH I
was over they were gone.'We wonder ,
members each Sunday. There is a Gaboardi to Ray Renfro put Mel- end in Miami. T. N. Norman of Heilbronn

IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone LakeNear ?if He's he put not them sure.In ,If the anyone,wrongcar contest on between the three adult rose In scoring position. RI. Leney' Sapp of Trenton visited spent a short time with her mother. : IIALOUGHT. :

the men's classes to see which one Johnson went over from the one his brother Ercell D. Sapp and Mrs. H. McRae Sunday after-
knows whereabouts.of of
Keystone Heights these items would he/please any call scores the highest percentage' i yard line to give the lead to Melrose family in Grandin recently. j noon. Other recent visitors of Mrs. -

through growth and actual attendance a lead they retained throughout McRae were Mrs. Robert Taylor
GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice Dr. White's home at Keystone
records for the next. the: rest of the game. TRINITY EPISCOPAL and children of Raiford Monday Starke Radio & TV
Lots 3011?
Shade Large
three months. Two plays later.Melrose ,,freshman MELROSE night, and Mrs. Robert Myrick
__ $2,275 TO $2,575 Honoring Mrs. CarpenterMrs. The Women's Missionary Union -,Joe Johnson Intercepted a, Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar !awl Mrs. B. M. McRae and little 311 East Call Street

20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY Frank Ilgen entertained in has: 'some wonderful plans shaping pass and ran it to the Bell 3 yard Sunday-10 a. m, SundaY I Landa and Leah Thornton of

REALTOR her home on Lake.... Brooklyn' ; Ui1- for the future. line After a-two yard gain Gene School; 11:15 a. m. Morning I Starke. Tuesday. Starke, Fla.

S. E. MCKAY Thursday morning Get 29.-with a The Training Union under the Stanton:ran it over. A fumble on Prayer and Sermon [Holy Com- -

morning coffee to honor her William Wolfe 'Is munion each first Sunday]; 7:30 -
l leadershp the try .for an extra point sent
Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 mother Mrs. W. A.. Carpenter; steadily growing and there are the ball into the end zone where *. m. Young People meet.

Melrose Phone Granite 5.2968 who with her husband recently also big plans In the making.: Phillip Morris recovered and saved Holy Days-10 a. In., Holy Com

came to live in K ystone.Heights: Our expansion is growing each the point munion.COMMUNITI. ACT NOW AND SAVEON

The Carpenters have purchased"ahome "
to break
week soon.'we'hope" The
Melrose Bulldogs finished
I on educational CHURCH
d ground another the1 first half with another score
home was beautifully' tdecotat KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
with wtuijui1! flowers-4 '''w'S. the building which our needs.growing,,8un:>f"* when Mark Gaboardi intercepteda Dr. Albert C. Holt,'Mialster THIS HOTPOINT .
+" diy School badly pass meant for Bell and raced >
kasas- L.
refreshment table.She starting to prepare Mrs. J. Hetherlngton
All choirs are
sisted in serving byMrs.} Charles special music for the Thanksgiving 42 yards to score. Organist and Choir Director

Tolford. About 35 guests Were : Notice of In the third quarter Melrose Sunday School 9:45: -ajn. Horning -
and Christmas seasons CHEST MODEL FREEZER
there to meet Mrs. Carpenter L I special musical services will be, ran the kickoff back to Bell 17 Worship 11:00 am.St. .

Golden WeddingOn. r yard line. After a 7 yard gain. Joe
later on.
Tuesday. October' 21.. 'Mr. Come out and help us grow. Johnson ran the ball into the end wmiam's Catholic Chapel 13 CU. FT.

and Mrs. Frank N. Price.of.Keystone St William's ,. zone, but fumbled before hecrossed Keystone Height

Heights were honored with St. William's Catholic Club win the goal line. However Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
a lovely party on their 50th'Wedding ."- Johnny Prevatt recovered thefumble
meet Monday evening. IWf. J, Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.

Anniversary. The party s .starting at 6 p. m. wittt covered* and completed the touch- Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.
'&' a complete surprise for the:couple, I.dish supper. down. Attempt for the extra point Confessions before all Masses.

and'was planned and,executed'by failed. Baptisms marriages and instructions \\K
'Scoot News. 0 T p'G f II 4N
Mr. and Mrs. R. Dewberry 'of In the final Ren- 1 1I
Alms heat when you want It Brownie Troop 229 is starting quarter Ray by appo1ntuiaL.L. ..
Starke. 'and Mrs. Ada!Gephatt of fro ran 6 yards to make it touch- '. ,',." ..", ..
craft work at their troop meetings. 'J. \..)
HUlcrest. The party was-an oP nHouse" r t ...J. -
New Forced Draft De- start making down number five for Melro A I --- '+ -
Next week they will __;_:_:_.3-4.-:;_"_
dfa keeps you warm from 2 to 5 p. m. There drop kick by Gabordi was good A. Baker "
Christmas sifts with the materials -7---i---. __ __
cake .J
if have*low- was a lovely tiered wedding for two points. ,
4 even you I home and -- ------,---
they collected from -- --
draft chimney.Exelisire 60,000 BTU I complete with a golden. bell at the yards- Parents of Brownies are Thus closes conference play INSURANCE AGENCY .I # 4.r= --'->,-.
and == = ,
Power-Air NEW tutu MODa top made by Mrs.' Dewberry, asked to help the girls find these for both teams.Bell finished with Life 1.1 / / ,--1'? \ \ "

Blower aims heat where punch and other goodies to go materials by next week. They also an 0-7 at the bottom of the River- '
want it. Saves 14.70 DOWN with It. Mrs. D. A. Nelson was in land I Accident
you need white cardboard and pine Conference and Melrose finIshed ')...
to 25% on fuel. 1.75 WEEK charge of the guest: book. The hi"fifth place with a 3-4 re- V Health I

Frees: received many beautifulgifts rones.: cord. Melrose will play traditionalrival I Hospitalization II I,

and flowers from their many PersonalsMr. -

"Where Service Is Assured"REDFEARN'S friends. and Mrs. Harlow Fuller of Friday Hawthorne night in a at nonconferencegame. Hawthorne In Reynold's Building i ,

Mr and Mrs. Price's sons and Park of the Palms Colony enter- The Hawthorne Hornets 12 Nightengale Ave. i iI

their families were unable to attend tained Mr. and Mrs Francis Egana .stungthe Bulldogs with a 25-0 Keystone Heights I

but they sent gifts and dinner last Friday. During the defeat for the Melrose Homecom- PHONE 2442
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greetings from Ossining:N. Y. evening, the Fullers received a lug game-

Bazaar Date Changed I surprise visit from Mr. and Mrs. 1 I

Keystone Heights Due to some conflicts,-'and fora 1 Bucky Weaver of Syracuse N. Y.

few other reasons. ,the date.ef; The Egana arc also former Syra- I

the Keystone Heights Woman's cuse residents as are. the Fullers TERWILLEGAR MOTORSGet I '

Club Bazaar has been changed who recently moved, to Keystone. I .

from Nov. 14 to Tuesday. Nov. They were all members of the I .

How Are 'N.t. \ 17. Booths will openat '10:30 a. sane church In Syracuse.We I : \

m. and luncheon win be served have had a card from Mrs. I .

-. --. &t 11:30. There will be.no dinnerthJs" Bill? Lee who is currently In Tor- Your Car I .
but the booths will remain -
year Quay. Devon in England. She repots '
rr open until late afternoon. If an interesting time, andI I .

you haven't completed even peasant weather and, sends her I I I I
smarted-your Yuletide shopping, : Ready for
kindest regards to her Keystone
1 1 1 the Bazaar will be a fine place to friends. ( ,.J : -- ..___u_. '.-' .,--A' :

1l go.H'Mne Demonstration 'Notes Mrs Kenneth Cooper returnedto I ---

her home on Lakeyiew Drive Winter NOW !
The Oct. 21st K. L.*'M. Home .
l on Sunday Oct 25, after an 8-day ,.
Demonstration Club meetingwasheld stay in Alachua General Hospital. .
at the home of Mrs.Ida Gen-

try in Lake Geneva., Hostess, for Ernest Widegren entered Bradford ,
County Hospital for surgery I
the meeting was Mrs. Ezzie :to 224TERMS .
2 He will be Flush Cooling
I Thomson. Devotions led by Mrs. Ion Monday Nov. System ,

John Peyton stressed..good and there for about 10 days.

wire leadership in both the home I Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Larsen I

At HtinlUng Money'iOnly and community. A Nominating and small were daughter in Keystone from Jacksonville spendingthe ,* Check All Hose Connections II I

HAIR OFF, weekend with Mr. Larsen's AS LOW AS $2.00 WEEK

a magician-can hold onto money after it FOREYE1 +- parents Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lar- :to Check Fan Belt

,. .. c' Automatic Temperature Control. Sweat-Proof Exterior -
his As for me rex sen.S.
has slipped through fingers. Unsightly E. McKay flew to Grand

of us, the smartest trick is to bank part of every Excess Facial Rapids relatives.and Detroit Mrs. last McKay, week and tovint Install Proper Thermostat : Counter-Balanced Lid Easy to Open and

dollar we receive-first thing each payday Hair Removed Mis. Frank Walrath. Jr.. ,have Close Faster Freezing .

'. s Permanently returned from a visit to Michigan I I
w. invite.you to become an II also- 1 Put in Correct Amount of FO MO i

every-payday saver at our bank! CARD OF THANKSI ,
i Edmund CO. Permanent An6-Frceze.
to appreciationto
wish express REDFEARN'S"Where
all those sending cards and

Dwyer flowers during my'recent stay in t

Alachua General Hospital,

Electrologist Mrs. Thomas, Elmore 'and Mrs. SPECIAL
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community John'Warren for'the lovely SUn- Service Is PHONE 9391

Keystone Heights, Fb. 107 W. UniveiSity.ATe. shine Basket. Mrs. Kenneth : PLUS PARTS : I I Assured" Keystone Heights.

Member F.DJ.C Gainesville FRi2-8039'., = ; Cooper. -- .i i

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Dan Groves last Sunday. Marie and Winford Wilkinson at- .vvnvvvvvvvvvvvmvvvn Pompano returned home after a ,.....WTTTTTTT.TT...... j shays office.
I Maxville Man \
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis and tended the football game in Bald- week visiting friends and relatives ,
win Saturday: night when Baldwin He was arrested Feb 9, 1957 af

Mis. Edna Manning and visited son.jFenell i,beat the Starke "B" team 13 to BROOKER here.Mrs- Henry Hodge returned NORTH SIDEBy Faints In Court !;his car had been trailed by a Fl
of Glen Mary
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61 Barbara sue Davis home Sunday after several weetf 'id. Highway Patrol trooper 0
B1)lrs. C. B. Nolan I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves and i i Thursday night the Baldwin with Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodgein Mrs. John Cowart i After Sentence :a side road off Normandy bou
AAAAAAA AAAAAAAA&&AAA.AAAAA A daughter,,Minnie and T. L. Man football team will play,Wesconnettthtre. &A&A&&A&AAAA&&A&AAAAAA. Jacksonville. &&&&&&"&- &A&.A- A'- aaiu .u i ard. The trooper found two fh

ning last Wednesday night. We hope our bqys can win Mr.,- Mrs Woodrow Thomas Mrs..C. B. Colson and brothers George Allen Mosley of Max-! gallon! jugs of moonshine in tj
Charlie Hickson of Jacksonvillewas again. Their homecoming Pastor W.. D kltcherson of Pa- vii'e. convicted recently of poses -: front of
We regret that Mrs. Kyle Can- game and: son ..ROnxie'ere Sunday Wallace and Raud Crews. attended Motley's ca> and call
a weekend guest of Rev. and non and Miss Minnie Hargroves'have 'Trill be with Crescent City. on Nov". luncheon guests of Mr. and,Mrs. the funeral services of their 'latia brought both morning and *ing and transporting 10 gallons agents of the U. S- Alcohol a
20. eir"nins messages at North Side cf moonshine, fainted in the U ;,Tobacco Tax
Mrs. H. F. Higdon and family.Mr. been ill. Miss Ginger Can- Paul' Faulkner of Starke. In, the sister Mrs. Ida Weeks Saturday Unit into the ca
and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand I non took them to the doctor last i Mrs. Albert Smith and family afternoon they visited Mr. and afternoon: at New Hope. I Baptist Church Sunday. His wife 5. District Court in Jacksonville (Agents testified that Alosley w

family visited in Jacksonville Monday. :attended the Halloween Carnival i iia Mrs. E- C. Lexvis. Mr. and Mrs. E. C..Long pf the arid daughter Joyce also attend- Then the judge sentenced him to:,had gotten out of hi.* whisk
p'f Baldwin Friday night and Miip Miss .ed church here. He will be with a year and a day In the federal;:aden car before the
afternon Her- Linda
Sunday with Grace We are sorry to learn that Mrs Sue Thomas was .State Farm wEre Sunday afternoon trooper a
t tl Alene Mosley of Middleburg did 1 weekend ,us again Nov. 10. I penitentiary. | rived on the scene admitted
Sarah Jane Griffis has been ill guest of Miss Kay Einerson guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
rick.Mr. : in Bland. Mrs. Leila Mundy Associational Mostly was quickly revived by, them that he had purchased t
and Mrs. J. Padgett were : ain. Minnie Hargroves also.Mr. !Colson. .
i and :Mrs. John North; and 1 Mr. and Mrs. WMU president led our WMU "ourt attaches and escorted to the w.i kE'l. Later he changed
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. to the doctor last Wednesday. Ray Wilson and Mr. and .Mrs. Kenneth Mott of '
Harry Padgett and family .Sun- Miss Clara Mae Harris was dinner slaughters Jewel and Helen and i j'baby: of Jacksonville were weekend I Jacksonville visited. his parents. meting Monday night with 7 detention cell in the U- S. mar- story and denied he nad been
Dave Coverdale of Cecil Field Naval of ladies present. th car contending it had be
guest Sunday of Ricky Byford. I; guests her mother Mrs. ,Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott. Satur-.
day.Mrs.. Edna Manning and'family The Halloween Carnival held at Air Station visited in Green. !Groover Thomas.Mr. day morning. In the afternoon Mr. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. to H. H. Fowler and others who stolen earlier and he had be
Cove Springs Sunday with Mr.North's and Mrs. Bill Genovar and and Mrs Milton Mott and 'of and Mrs. P. B. Johns were Mr. .Parching for it
and Mrs- Mary Griffis and fam- Baldwin! school last Friday night Alice North. sons gave their time working on the
ily of Glen St. Mary and Mr. and was a tremendous success. Jimmie Bud Waters mother and Richard Nor- i I chUdren, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gainesville visited the elder Motts and Mrs." Harold Alvarez and children educational building. Also to the

Mrs. Frank Hunter of Macclenny Hijdon:: of our community was man of Jacksonville were 'dinner Thomas of Gainesville visited Mrs. and attended the Halloween carn- of Starke. women who are equipping the THE RHHT; f-oiNT for tlvay

were dinner guests of Mr. and crowned "King' of this event and of Waters and I j|Grover ,Thomas Sunday. i I ival.Rev. Paul Smith was a Sunday after- nursery. you urile. (lame in and
Mis. Hargroves last Sunday.Mr. Miss Delaine Johnson of,Baldwin 1 1I guests i[ Miss Carolyn Hines of Jac.kson-I James Temple entered; noon guest of Stephen Cowart.Mr. Brotherhood meeting Thursdayat lest your favorite fcSTERBROC:
family Saturday.Mr. llle was home with her parents 1 I Baptist Memorial Hospital 'in and Mrs. Johnny Cowart 7:30 p. m. I Fountain Pen. TELET.RVH..
1 .
and Mrs. Theron Grovesof I ivas crowned "Queen. I and Mrs. Jack Waters and '
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hines, for the{Jacksonville to undergo surgery. visited! Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scottof
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Macclenny visited Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Morris Bell and daughter family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy 1
weekend. Starke
:: Sunday.
We of the community hope to
Waters and family of Jacksonville Mr. and,Mrs. Ray Raulerson of|have him back with, us real soon.I Mrs-- Blaine- Thompson attended LOCAL MANAGER FOR"World's

were supper guests of Mrs. Dorothy Pahokee were Tuesday night Rev. I. T. Temple of Monticellowill services at North Side Sunday. We
? That's Our Business
Waters and family last Friday .guests of her mother, Mrs. H P. be guest speaker at the"Baptist hope she will come again.

If It's Glass We Have, It! night. Gainey.Mr. Church here Sunday. Mrs. Edna Harley has returned

CALL WRITE or VISIT Edith Harris Matilda Higdon and Mrs. R. J. Waters of Mr. and Mrs- Tyler Jones of from the hospital and is doing Jim Walter Corp.
Baldwin attended -
Watts of
and Beverly
were fir.e.
,DI.ndee and Mrs. S- M. Mott Starke were in Brooker Saturday
the District No. 4 FHA Monday luncheon guests of Mrs. afternoon visiting friends. Don't forget the time change of

JoeGlass Co. meeting in Gainesville last Satur- |Lee Crosby in Starke. .1 E. Mott celebrated his 13th North Side Baptist Church ser-

day with their teacher. Mrs. Ruth I'I' Mr. and Mrs. R. J.Waters returned birthday anniversary with a party vices. Sunday School 9:45 a. m; Largest Home Builders"WILL

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Sbipman of Jacksonville. home Sunday after a week for friends at the home of his Training Union. 6:30 p. nC:: prayer -

We Design Modem Store Fronts Matilda Higdon was an overnight i visiting their son B. J. Waters in parents Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott; meeting, 7:30: p. m.; WMD 7:30

Just Mail Us A Pattern for <. guest of Edith Harris last :!Gainesville and daughter, Mrs. 'G.(Monday afternoon. Worship a. m. and 7:30 p. m. BE IN STARKE

Table Tope Friday night. \,W. Davis. After several games and the p. m. and Song service 7 p. m- .
Rev. and Mrs. H. Higdon and I Mrs Dewey Stokes and sons of opening of gft& refreshments of Special singing at North Si eBp.ptist
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Charlie I
family drove their guest 'Jacksonville spent the weekend cake ice cream and candy was Church was offered Sun EACH THURSDAYAT

Hitkson: to his home in Jacksonville 'with their father and husband.. i I served by Mrs. Mott. day by Mrs. Alma Thompson, Mrs.
afternoon : '
I Beach Sunday I iDewey Stokes. Mrs. H. F. Ware of St. Peters- Rita Tilly and Mrs. Myrtle Alva- I

alter a visit with them. Alf Hazen of Orlando and Wini- 'burgh says she always looks forward rez. Mrs. Joan Thompson and I

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson I fred Hazen of Gainesville were t' to reading the Brooker news Harold Alvarez sang-a duet. There STARKE HARDWARE CO.
All of Pest Control Work and Mrs. Wilbur
ard family, Mr.
Types of Jacksonville Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and would like to see more printed. are now 21 members of the adult

Wilkinson' and son I'Aubrey Hazen. Sure would like to oblige her choir. Both junior and senior
Winford Wilkinson and Miss Ma- 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
Hazen visited her choirs will
Mrs. Aubrey so come on folks! let's have more practice Wednesday at
TERMITE CONTROL PEST AND RODENT rie Bell were dinner guests of Mr. sister, Mrs. Lee Green, of Gaines- news for your reporter.GRIFFIS 7 p. m. e

Household andCommercial and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson Sr. I vill"; Wednesday and in the after- I MrsRita Tilly was welcomedinto

CONTROL Sunday. noon they visited their brother. ...........mmmn, the fellowship of our church For Appointments Call
:Mary: Kilgore spent the day I ISunday I
Jack Thomas who has just returned Sunday.
Estimates i iMrs. JACKSONVILLE -- EV 7-1141 Collector
and Bonnie Padgett.
Free Inspections ---- with
--- from two months in Europe. LOOPBy John Benny Sapp of Daytona
Robinson and I'
Shirley I! visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Satisfaction Fully Guarantee on All Services daughter, Marcia of Live Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Hazen and Verble HamllIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Carl Sapp. Saturday.Mr. STARKE WO 4-5311

spent the weekend here with herimother ;i.ions enjoyed the Hazen reunion : and Mrs. C. R. Robinette of
Waters and "H It's A Quality Home .
Mrs. Dorothy
vhich held recently at the Quincy visited Mrs. Edna Whi-
Visit Our Garden Supply Store & Pet Shop ,. was
family. i V.me of Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn of ,I Sgt. and Mrs. J. M. Davis of) taker last weekend. //'* A Jim 'j'alter Home"
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargraves Wildwood. Mi"dleburg were guests of Mr. and Visitors of Mrs. Edna Harley

and Terry and Ronnie Cannon. Mrs. Lizzie O'Steen Mrs. Ed I',Mrs. Thomas O'Brian last Thurs- Sunday afternon were Mrs. Irene OTHER OFFICES:

w nt to the rodeo in Callahan last|'Pok' : and Mrs. G. W. Davis visited White and Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp. OCAIA GAINESVILLE PALATKA

1WJ/4 Sunday and then to Jacksonville i i the B- J. Waters family Saturday':d')1.hev.. and; Mrs. Orville Brookinsof Mrs. Ida Mae Carter visited

to see Earl Cannon in Baptist i II night in Gainesville. 1,i Hampton visited Mr. and Mrs. friends at the State Farm Sun-

224 N. Hospital. 'j Mr. and Mrs. Perry O'Steen of j I Thomas O'Brian Saturday night. da} afternoon.Mr. .

IJ A' Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargrovesand and T. L.
Temple Ave. daughter Minnie I I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk. I Ij Brian attended the FHA meetingat children visited Mrs. Lois Carter I
1'4 t: Manning visited in Glen St. Mary i j Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville. Saturday. Sunday. Her Wednesday guests I xt ;

PHONE last Tuesday night with Mrs. Edna I i Ed Polk Saturday were Mr. and I Linda Brookins of Hampton was .mere Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark SweepingPrice

WO 4.396 \ AND Manning and family. of i,Mrs. Perry O'Steen of Newberry,. the Friday night guest of Patsy of Jacksonville.Mr. I

Mrs. George Singletary (Mr and Mrs. H. B. Stokes of O'Brian. and Mrs. John Hazen and
CHEMICAL CO. visited Mr. and Mrs.
Greensboro I IStirke Mrs. Mickey Stokes and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian daughter of Jacksonville visited]
Neil Malphurs!' B Harry Padgett and family Sunday j Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tetstone and 'and Mrs. Verble Harrell visited Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman dur- :
I Reductions !
afternoon.Mrs. (children. Afternoon visitors were 5t and Mrs. J. M. Davis of Mld- ing the weekend.Mr. .
Manager Wellhausen spent a
Mary :Nathan Tillis and son ottaway. dleburg. Sunday. i and Mrs. Aguiar of Jacksonville -

few days last week with her son- t,nf TrilbV.Mr. ._ .. Boatdrain Baptist Church members I visited Mr. and Mrs- Os-
.. in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W. jS- Bushlope9.nd ? : will hold a social and ham- car Carter and other relatives last) .
Oscar Harris and family. I children and Mr. and Mrsl: b !iger fry at Gold Head Brancn wet-kend- '! t

SPECIAL OFFER I We are glad to learn that Mrs.. Jenning Davis and son of Jacksonville Park Friday evening. Members Mrs. Debbie Phillips visited Mrs. '
Florence Parrish is improvng were Sunday luncheon and friends are welcome.A Carrie Norman and Mrs. Lois

I recent serious illness. guests of Mr- and Mrs N. J. Davis. weekend revival will be heldat Carter last weekend. ]!

We are now giving our Glad to sea little Earl Cannonhas F. B. and N. J. Davis and Curtis Boatdrain Nov. 20, 21, and 22 :Mrs. Carrie Norman enjoyed I .. .
home from Baptist. I i.I r
(Was A.ROGERS .. business cards to our returned Dowling were In the scrub Sunday. with Rev. W. B. Sweat of Jack- spending the day recently in her :
he will improve!
customers. These business Hospital: and hope Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hayes of sonville and Rev. Marvin Stedham own home after her long illness. I
lots now. Gainesville were,Friday night"din- conducting- Visiting Mrs. Verda Johns who I
6Y cards are good Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargrovesand rer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mrs. Orville Brookins and Mrs.I h ill, were Mrs. Katharine Spon- I 1I TIRE
ONEIDAVILVEBSMITHS LTD. for daughter: Minnie and T. L. 1i I
I I;arre1l.l Jeff Smith were able to attend holtz and Mrs. Johnny Cowart. I
with I
dinner l
Manning: had Sunday Miss Lucretia Combee of Massey church Sunday. We are happy to report that
Wm. A. Rogers and family ;
Mrs. Edna Manning Business i College ir; Jacksonvillewas Boatdrain Baptist Church Mrs. Mertie Gaskins and Mrs. I i

SILVER OVERLAID in Glen St. Mary. home for the weekend with Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn- Salano are home from the hos- II I i

LltF.k Vernon Manning left Mondaymorning her parents, the Warren Mizelles. ing Worship 11 a. m.; Training I

Made and Guaranteed for the army. Miss Sandra and Terry Bowels !Union 6:30 p. m.; Evening Worship pital.Mr.. and Mrs. Wade Wainwrightof t

by Oneida, Ltd. The Halloween Carnival held at, were Sunday luncheon guests of 7:30 p. m. and Prayer meet- Jacksonville visited Mr. and I tE\
{ .#k successful -
; Maxville School" was very Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Colman of ing Wednesday at 7:15 p; m. M"S. Wade Gaskins and Mrs.
All do is save our business -
y you ths and one'had a I
!? o cards given with purchases I year every Gainesville. Pastor Rev. Orville Brookins. Johnny Cowart and children.We r
nice time.
made*at our sto", Mr. and Airs, M I.,Ogdon of Everyone welcome. want to express our thanks
which held at :
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and they are redeemablefor the Civic Club last Saturday night }
'P for beautiful W I. A. "
s ROGERS SILVERWARE, in was a success too. Miss Carolyn Here are the biggest, most sweeping

Stiickland was crowned "Queen"and
L your choice of two exquisite Henry Wellhausen was croWn- reductions in.12 Long Years !IQ9
set to-
designs. Start your
ed "King." ..
The Maxville PTA will hold its '

REMEMBER TO ASK FOR ROGERS SILVERWARE regular business meeting next LEST WE FORGET :NYLON Safety All-Weather

CARDS! Wednesday afternoon Nov 11, at I .,.,..

the Sorry school.to hear Henry Carter is 3-T Nylon Safety All- 95
illWe wish him a speedy recov- Goodyear' exclusive 3-T $16

263 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fia.Co ery. Also for B. Butler who has That hundreds of thousands of good Triple-Tempered Nylon snts .(.<..
been ill in Riverside Hospital. ...
very ';';,. ,.; ; for greater strength acdtafety. will t ->TM
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Griffis ofJacksonville '4 "-, American men and women gave their .pin."..tii. wRAYONS lire< .' ,

visited Mrs. Sarah ;
,Jane Griffis last Wednesday'after- 'very lives so that"Ave might enjoy the Other 3-T NYLON

With bright new beauty roon. s 'benefits of'Liberty and Freedom, unshackled TIRE BARGAINS! 1
outside and famous Dear- Rev. W. O. Mathis was dinner

NEW born engineering inside, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Har- by tyranny and' fear tell a 'roww K a..tO .

l this new Regency putt Dear- ris on Sunday.Mr. "
born even further ahead and Mrs. Pat Griffis of x 1 S2S.4O StO.af

among gas area beaters. Glen St. Mary',visited Mrs. Sarah I 4 1.6Qxl 25.65 2220k !
4 Jane Griffis and Mrs. Evelyn That every'family in this great coun"
awns st w* tau
r f Griffis'and daughter. Sarah Mae. ,- has been touched a raN ,
NEW try of ours: at onetime 111[ sn>< HKt' r4ra
Trend-Setting Exclusive Control last Wednesday.Mr. l
Center. "' another by 'a service obligation. .SOlrl4 ;S2S.1S, 510.99 ,
comfort visit-
sign. Years ahead I Styled by Complete and Mrs. Dan Groves or
control at your fingertip. Seta ed Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Griffis in Ode 14 275 29.36 .

leading industrial; designer. it...forget it Macclenny Sunday' afternoon ; tSOx 4 30.40 1535
\..a Sorry to learn that Mrs- Ernie ..

NEW Powerful Griffis is sick. !I WHITEWALLS'supmCUSHION

Thermo Thrust'" ::.,,, Mr. and Mrs. George Hurst of i iDi WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN/ 3.13.RAYON CUSTOM '
Blower.Thrusts the more visited Mrs. Sarah Jane I

warm air far out Griffis and Mrs. Evelyn Griffis
... .. C A+le cG',roust urn 1! -
into the room..at I and daughter Thursday. .. = TUBEIESS .

t floor level.Moves Linda. Sherry and Bubba Mos The following independent Insurance IUCKWW fOUIIIAU.
up to twice the air : ley of Baldwin spent Saturday I III tllllID raw Kici MKt i iC is

volume. .... a'.. I Via. II with their grandparents Mr. and Agencies will be closed all day 'Wednesday 6.10z1S S2S.sS UT.75 TUBr.T" tI

NEW Decorator a I Mrs. Cliffotd Sumner. *l' November 11, in observance. 7.10 X IS 21.95 23.ao P E

i l' Base. Beauty from CEMETERY" WORKING of 7.60x15 30.10 25.5
the floor Practical 14 INCH !1
up. .... 7.50114 26.8S 2t.75
., .., ? .. Beulah Cemetery in CirnpBlanding
I too. easy f ,,..... ', ,. -
to dean under. t. "'"", +. 2':*tr will be cleaned in a :: t : 8.00114 29.40, 23.80 r
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cemetery working Saturday. '' !
] VETERAN .DAY : ::*, asox.t.f 32.20 25.95
I 7. The east gate Blanding. will \
NEW Coppertont finish lighter' be open from 8 to 9 m.Those 'ri\"I .. .rrn...............rw.fr .

J coyer-In keeping with the trend away interested in the care of this I '. feces JW a* $1.35 a ws.kt
from dark bulky furniture.
cemetery are asked to come and i .,,' i Mole 1wPti OE tdi 6oootiAt TIRES 1l1& Gel Ain O1iIH!
brng tools.
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' At The TabernacleBesides I ttiMECOSIAL: : HOLINESS: services at the Hampton. I I!Lester Slade ai Hampton Lake on I.WEN her sister. Mrs. A- L. 5ulh\'an.1|i I' day. -

. CHURCH Ch l'Ch. Rev. W. P. Hallowe'en for a hamburger supper of Ocaia. i Mrs. Bill Underwood of Hampton -

I' the regular services, Sundty School, 1C a. m.; Morn pastor, said this week. and partyTwentythreE' J. W. Bedentaugh was in a Pa- !I, Lake entered Doctors! Hospital

ing Worship, 11 a. m.. Evangr!; Allen R. Price pastor of were present for laKa!: hospital for observationfrom J in Starke on Sunday for
CHURCH NEWS things! of special interest at the 1 listic ervK.ea: 7:30 ?. in. Highland View ,Baptist 'panes' and the supper of "sloppy Friday t3: Sunday. j jMr I I treatment.Mr. .

: Gospel Tabernacle during the past i Wednesday P. .jer ,Mettui,. 7?ar Port St. Joe will be Mr"I Joe" hamburgers and punch. A- and Mrs Glenn McIntosh I I and Mrs V. J. Slade nsitcd

week included a chalk talk illustrating I. for the services Song leader dints attending included Mr. and cf Ocala spent last weekend herein i i in Gainesville Sunday \\1thI:.

:: the First Psalm given by i! ..dV f I l'ER be Joe Roop. Mrs. C. L. Cooper. Mrs. Edwards. Ilampion. i i arui Mrs Free Hall and also with'

'. the Sponsor to a group of boys ; BAPTIST CIIUPT1 j tU Class Has PartyIntermediates : and the Slades. Alls W. P. McElroy. Mrs. C. L- :IMis.I Mae Sweeney. Mr. and Mrs.

and a Baptism service Sunday i Sunday School 10 u Wor of the ; FersonalsVisiting Cooper and Mrs. Charles Hicks Slade and grandson. Donnip Sladc

CHURCH OF CHRIST I, MISSIONARY BAPTIST 'afternon performed by Rev. Ernest hip Hour. 11 a. m. Eveftini Ser. I Baptist Church Training for several days with attended: a district Baptist WMU were in Jacksonville last Thursda -

Charles Thorpe, :Minister: Sunday" School 9:45 a.m. Morn- ''Badgett of the First Christian -e, p. m. Prayer Meeting eae. mgt at the home of Mr. and :Mn T. F. Brown last weekend conference in Lake City last Tues- i 1 I ,.
Bible Study. 10 a. m. Preaching ng '. '-ship tl a.m Evening Church for two members of his .Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.HAMPTON. .
;. an1 Communion a- m. Evening i i Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinr congregation.i I I

.u Service, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Bible (each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone .YY.YY.Vyyyy.y.\ ,a

Study each Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. welcome.-Kev. H. H. MotLj St. Mark's Episcopal Ilij

Cor.FIRST Call CHRISTIAN& Christian CHURCH Streets i pastor.j I!i imVAYI ('UU'Y.L i Sunday Rv. KrrnH Services9:45 f. MacBUlB: ..m 1. l I. THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCHStewardship ''t l:I

Rj Mr* D. B. IIIOfTA
Bob L. Badgett. :Minister I ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,Church School; 11:00 a.m.. Morn '
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Worship G. M. Osborne Pastor ."ping> Prayer and Sermon. .uu..uu..uaau.u //1:

and Communion, 10:45: a. m. Sunday School. 10 m. Morn Holy Ct.mmunln---'Irst Suo Carnival Draws CrowdThe ;;" I.., .I,
fit! Rho s p m. Choir Practice, inn Worship. 11 a. m. Evangelic crowd that attended thelampton .t
6 p jn- CYP. 7 p. m. tic Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday ':30 am.Wednesday. :
rvice. Invita -7.IH> p.m. Choi : Elementary School PTA
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. New wee&y prayer t: '
Training for Service. tion extended to .everyone I Practice; 7:45: 0 m.. Litany am lalloween Carnival either by pay- ;>11
i Bible Study. 'n; a 10 cent entry fee, or crawl-
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I CHURCH: or (MIr tee left more than $300 behind : k'Iii'

HELP WANTED -- WOMEN I Sunday: School: 10 a. n. Man t the various concessions and for
cod. I
ing \V'nrsfcp. 11 a. m. Sund'
i| Evening Service. 7:45 p. m.. YP.Mm Net profit to purchase the water' }

SEWING MACHINE OPERATORSON 'ice %'oditea>1ay, 7:45: : p. n 'oolers for the! school is about; tl Iii I{

Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. n '240. W. P. McElroy, carnival! ::1"1II1

TIII: JOB TRAINING; AGES 18-33 1 : ONLY I hair said. Expenses for the carni- I
> HAMPTON CHRISTIAN al came to pioximately $70. 1II1

ONE; WEEIIn VACATIONHOSPITAL CHURCH The chicken supper netted $118 ,' a. .I I I"Iii

,... i Sunuav Bible School 10 tike suction end special program ''
[m.: Morning Worship, il a. m 46: door: entry fees $16;.. country W ""Iii

r I[ E\enlns; service 7 p. m., and Pray (ore, $28; pony rides, $8: fish-' "
Applications Taken Daily 1 1:00 P.M.1:00: P.M. 'er I means: every Tuesday at 7:3'' 'ond and apple bobbing $36; dart HI

APPLY I IN PERSONManufacturillg p.: m. John W' ite, pa tor.f'IRORF.f.N hroand tin; toss $17; fortune __ !'
ehing. $4; house of horrors $3; 'I

: : ot dog stand $8; and cold drinks,
.. r R.\I't11".t" ClIURClt 22.:! I Ii IiI
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Dad Co. Inc. I :
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaci Included in the special program w1 mI '
aE'g; ing 11 a. m. Trainihg Union 6:.. '1 the auditorium following the I .0. ,'J.
,ill E. Krtmnlee St. Starke, Fla. p. m. Preaching 7:3< p. m. PiayMeetirit < ;upper were a cake auction. cos- I a ,.Vor>eaxa 1I 1\\

WfWtnesday 7:30 p. m. u ne contest and entertainmentv !

.-.-. ,MS .. .Wednesday: BiMf study, 7';:. a male qu-utette. the Musical I 4gw e7 I,

I) M. 'ones.!' Prize v.inners in the cos- I 1 I j

nne contest were Donna Faye I
:.Tawford first, dressed as a mini- : I II
Paul W. Murray, pastor. Sevci UIP lady-of-the-world. completeih

: LITTLE BILL SAYS: : miles south of Starke on S. R. 10r high heel and slinKy gown: : :I
Sunday School ifl ajn.; Wore rcond prize went to Shannon; ,

e. ..,tip -nlce. 11 a.m.: Trainin' 'ox, dressed as a bride, and third THE CHURCH FOR ALL '.\

Pay Your Last Year's Union, 7 pjn.; Evening worship.. iize to the young son of Mr. and ? ; ALL FOR THE CHURCH j ,

t-m. .I.s. Ernest Tnest dressed as a !I a The Church it A'e treated l fattertilth oa I
.... Wednesday Prayer meeting ahbit. for he tmtdmf; .f .IIat irr and I
:-U 7GO: p.m. food criun..>4iip.. ; Il n a ttoirhomc .1' I
Fuel Oil Bill"NO i At the PTA meeting last Tues- !
| E'eryone'el( me. iptnttul.1I.n.t Without' a rtronj C1i.rcfc.ritKrr .
.. : :ain addition to final plans for I
( cfIowoO land father's.
he carnival business included the This was my Now it is mine. Often I
CfltK'H OF JKsrs= ;( CHRIST as I work upon it, the words of Genesis come to me; There art lour xronJ rraxnnJ I
'rcsentation of 12 to .
new flags >)r t.ry pcnollId- nrnj wnimirfufjrty
1.\TI DAY SXIXT "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the
: DELIVERIES MADE UNTIL Services each Sandar in ole he school by Guy Andrews, vice- .. earth." And I think too, of those other words from and rapport lilt' Oiorch TVfarr I
(I) Far kn -> N' (2) For hn
orumander of the northern Flori- the same Book: "The Lord God took the man and put
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun
; <* 'a district; American Legion. !! him in the Garden of Eden to till it and to keep it." .IIldmo's ul<. (3)) For the ..lr .i .Ucommum'jr
lay School a. m. Sacramen
wad Batioa. (4) For A* wtr
v DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS .=:ervice 6:30: p m. Everyone we' Next meeting of the PTA will God entrusted the precious soil to us, and it is our of rfit' Clurch: it.eil..inch .wj rir.
come. )e on the firs Thursday eveningn duty to use it well. But he gave us stewardship of aural and matrnul wpport. FU to r>
.. ... December. '! something' even more precious-our souls. Just as we to throb: rrgvlail/ ,.d read jam B4/tr
.. ARE PAID MADISON STREET: BAPTIST Cnnnril Met Monday | must care for the land, so must we enrich ourselves, cI..I,.
CHURCH spiritually. And the place ia which to cultivate our
.. School signs and limerock were souls is the Church. Day Book OwptTS, "-
900 Block
W. Madison St.
U5ines5 taken
> care pf by HamptonCity .
!uair y'amorl' J.I'
Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood, Council at the November Let us take a 1 lesson from the 1 land, which when well :lIon.taw 25 .url 7 1-17
,Superintendent. used is wonderfully productive, yet when nejrlected T.-b.. !'a"IPI 7 1C-e:
meeting on Monday evening at R"ln.a lay !!'smucl I 1-1!
Bradford Fuel Oil Dealers i Morning Worship. 11:00. h? city hall. The meeting was brings- only aridity and erosion. Let us care for our Tfc'ir H,jr Ink_ IIu iiaspintnal
Training Union 6:15, Jim Har- 1h ed' pffrom Tuesday evening i churchLf9ffnfM 1 as well as our physical, fields. .Let's. go to tn.bSalmUjr y 2 am'M'l: ''Ii 7

,otn.= Director. *!nce the school trustee election : I Klan i *.'!

ASSOCIATION Evening Worship 7:30. wa held at the hall on Tuesday. '
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1 Wednesday. Prayer Meeting' New school'' signs for the main f 5> Xrfr.:s. SrrjifrurJ

Gulf .. Phillips ShellStandard .. Sinclair 7:30J...H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor. street\\'f're'oted; of Hampton to be purchased, Highway by the 18.
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council. At present, only the : ..,. .. ....... .. -
FAITH BAPTIST CHUKCB Ii .:a =y. y. 1 c A <;,[1- It: :f :.:1:: 'f::'
... ... | LawteyA. painted: lines and school designation -
on the highway are being ... .
F. MaAsey.! Pastor ,. ...... .. .
used to remind motorists to drive .:-._.. ......
Bible school. 10 a. m. I
,.:}('\\"Iy through the school zone. I
Preaching, 11 a. m. I I
The council voted to
: purchase
Evening Service, .:30 m. As A Public Service
I I p the limerock to mix uith sand These Vital Messages Sponsored
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting ;I
I winch has been graded onto low
7:30 pm., Wednesday.
!I J spots on several of Hampton's
Radio g 8:30 .
program to a
I streets. The sand dumped on the ,
REVIVALFIRST :a. each Sunday over stationr.VRGR
[ I!low places within the last month

,i Starke. has;: not been properly packed GASOLINE JOHN A. TORODE JREASE;

I down, and the limerock is intended -

I I Sunday School ":45 a. streets without causing as many
} !Morning Worship :11 a. m. m'l I ruts.Leon MINERAL;
Sauls. appointed city marshal -
I 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting SPIRITS
on October 20. attended the OILS 1L&A
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. I I
BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE George Chism pastor. Everybody : meeting. ai his first in that official '
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i I welcome. capacity. All other city of- TIIE'V
I ificials I were present for the meet- FIRESTONE INSECTICIDES
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!xtoffice Will Close j
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SUNDAY NOV. 15 THRU i: Sunday Sunday School 9:45: Thursday AfternoonsHampton FOR' KEROSENE I }:

''a. m, Morning Worship, 11 a. m., Postoffic will be Madison and Cherry St. I'HONE[ WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla. I
Evening Service, 7:30 p- m. closed Thursday afternoons from i
SUNDAY NOV. 22LARRY Wednesday Youth Fellow- 1:: noon. Mrs. Mary Williams. ,

s.mp: and Choir Practice, 7:30 p. postmaster announced this week.. I II
Miil will go out as usual at Ip. m. .I
i i! ni. (Mr:. Williams added and the Bradford County
I I will W.
AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH j Bradford County Telegraph be
e Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morning put in the boxes that afternoon as
I Telegraph
Associate Store
Worship 11 a, m. Training well.. Mayor of Starke

I Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor- I Revival Dates Set i

&hip. 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer I Sunday, Nov. 30 through SundayDc. Iili!

Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 6. has been set for revival Ii I I"!'
Everyone welcome. I GEM
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WHY Denmark Furniture Co. am Rosenberg & Son 'I''
BAPTIST! CHURCH : New and Used Furniture Ij I..1
Trade a headache for an', upset! Of Starke' I ''I
Sunday school. lv a. m. Mornfnj stomarh? N. !? WOODHURNJ !
: ,I Worship, 11 a. m. Trainug: I Ii +
i I Vmon, 6w p. m. B>fmiv Worship Headache pith do not remove I
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; I 7:30 9- m. Prayer -.teetin the cause .f the headache theytealy

,I' welcome.r\'Mn da:30, p. m. Everyone I ease the headache temporarily EDWARDS'Grocery & J I 'FARM, HOME };;!i:

I and create: other trouble. ,,"

ii i IfKIlJtROVV: :MIS. ,0:0 ART Stare the nervous system' rvatroU and Market Building Supplies, Inc. And Auto SupplyBROWNLEE ;jijj jijjIii'

BAPTIST! CHURCH the function of each organ
Sunday Schoo.; 10 a. m. Moraine of the body not only can the

; Worship. 11 a. m. Eveamy 1''ratrte of'headarhe be found and I I '' i
r Worship. 7:30 m. Training i\\II
i I p. f| removed bat other conditions such .
anion (Sundays 6"M> p. m. MidWeek : BRADFORD :.
back State Bank- ;1'
I Prayer McelingWednes a constipation ache ner- Community ,
'7:30 ton bess fatigae.. asthma, kidney COUNTY. I
: day p.m.
and liver trouble be Starke
can readily Of ,- TELEGRAPH
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TAYLOR I ttKAHAMBAPTIST corrected by locating and removing j':'
cause.Chiropractic ,:t
7:30 1111'lij'!
OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS : p. restores hearth after I H!
school. 10 a. ra. Morn*
I I Ins Worship, 11 ... m. Training other methods fall. M yon cansave WARREN'S SMITTY'S i i

One of America's Foremost i Union. 6:30 p. m. "rente* Worship time and money if yea see Grocery and MarketLAWSON'S

I I 7:30 p. m. ReT Billy Bryant roar Chriopractor first Shell Station Barber Shop I

pastor. .
Young EvangelistsFRANK !
: HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH: Dr. H. G. Bellinger .-

I Welcome to First Baptist Chiropractic Offices
EIFERT Orlando Fla. i I Church Hampton. TERWILLEGARMOTORS j
426 X. Want St.
iii .0, Sunday-Sunday School 10 a. GIB BROWN'SService :
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Fhoae WO 4-2881 Start I
SONG LEADER I m.: Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; -
._ Training Union 7p.. m.; Evening i orTB Station Real Estate
Your Authorized Ford Dealer :
I Worship, 8 p.m. E. University I'i

EVERYONE WELCOME Wednesday-Prayer meeting, 8 Fkose e-3239 OIIIDentJe ;
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...,.................. I at her home here. Those visiting I CIRCUS COMING SOON T TTTTTYYYYYTYY mY DyaL ; Unrbarae1r KirrnlnrX LmdJVrd 1''a nl '. F.t. r,
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err her during the week were Mrs. ilev. and Mrs. George Tison and j I'at". f \\r4 m\hiTftijr final gh'f'n that .I :0 ."u' .. ,o r
a. rt.e'ua'r : n r- '
LAWTEY Don Wilson of Jacksonville, }.1r.1 LltY 'Y'-, .- ,, ,- RISING two children of Gainesville visited i iI \. of the estate of Fl"renoe J. final I l t,Mill hdtr .- ." ,
and Mrs. Charlie Bodden Jkir. ana Mrs. Leo Dyal, Saturday. Moore: lervaw that I have o tied' c t-f F.rta .I..
I.I try P UUon for distribution and tor' U Jt5'
< c'k'tobt'r
0 ay tin. Joyce T. futrfcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Callahan and her sister, Mrs. Lu j h.p I Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency ""lOll cliJH-harer :
. IL By ,,Mrv O'M- M
.eie.- Norman. had as weekend guests their on Saturday November:: ftl. > .,f the F' it* n)
AAAAAAA j tift ;t &&&&A&AAA&46&6 I I5.5*. I will, apply to the Monorail I edI
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and ,ki.- '.;_..-...'.'.".. A"1 I Daughter, Mrs. Mack McKenzie I n.rr.,', .\. Yawn. County JudgcTef I. FIo",1"' I 10 i SloudeYL, .1 1U
.e More people attended the Hal- daughter: of Jacksonville spent the j :;","(v'." --# .,<'.;.. We.t are sorry to report that Mrs. ;,.und granddaughter. De anda. of -
. d lowe'en carnival this year than weekend wth his mother Mrs. i| L 't ..i.r. Maggie Norman is ill. We hope she ijscksomille. Their guests attended } +-- ..
.d have ever attended one in the Mattie Henderson. j tL'xw y I I ''trovers soon. > church with them Sunday. j/

history of Lawtey School. Gross Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and ":A"': '" I Mr: and r Mrs. Gordon Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellington I Ii

0 receipts were over $500. Our principal family of Hampton visited the > i daughter, Calclynisited Mr. and i i and two daughters of Starke visit- TO ALL SLADE

: James Temple, and Mrs. R. Guy Futch family over the week. .'Mi's. "E. 'J. Manni and family of crt: her parents, Mr. and M1".
E. Lee. our PTA president, expressed ,.-
1to Imd.I Slaike: Sunday evening. George Rivers, Saturday.
toe gratitude for the cooper- I Mr. and Mrs. Steedly Thompson Saturday, dinner guests of Mr. Robert Cain of Gainesville spent BOTTLED GAS CUSTOMERS

a*ion and support given by the : Jr. of Jacksonville were guests t yzh and Mrs. Eddie: Norman were Mr. j(i the weekend at his home here. I *
4r people in the community.The : of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish and Mrs Garland O'Steen and i Sunday Mis- J. F- Crenshaw I
next regular PTA meetingwill of week. ... and ;
the first the sons of Jacksonville. visited her son, Horace Cain
) be Nov. !O. We urge all parents ; Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Danny 'family, and b r daughters Mrs. 0
Carol Jones enjoyed to
n to continue their wonderful' acre weekend guests of the Leslie' n a trip : Irene Ratliff and Mrs. Leo Dyal. .
I Gainesville Saturday with other
sorpport. Let's make this the best Philips family in Callahan. Mr. and :Mrs. John McKinney
,. members of the FHA chapter. STARTING NOVEMBER
year yet for our PTA. :j Mrs Georgia Ann Sapp had as r-T \ / I ar.d son Leonard and his wife of 1ST
I Wedding Announcement I''recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman j Ounesvillei3ited in Tampa and
e Mr and Mrs. Demery Conner Browning of Jacksonville and Miss j ,. v .r and son and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. j i.utz his past week. They were I

K announce the marriage of their Idn Burney of Starke. Norman and daughter of Mulberry'; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marc OUR PRICE HAS BEEN

aaughter, Cecil Ann to Sammy Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of St. ,f" spent the weekend on the farm j jh"re. and Mr. and Mrs- Felton I
Starling. The ceremony took place Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. Sid I Iir t Graves.
'Saturday evening in Folkston, Ga. Shuford of Starke were here Sun4.y The Gordon Jones family visit- :Mrs. M. J- Dyal of Lake Worth I REDUCED TO
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson to see their new niece Wanda "l Mrand Mrs. Louis Thomas and visited friends here last Friday. I $$7.50PER

end daughters were in Hahira. Ga. Gnjle: ] daughter of Mr. and Mrs- r. family of Staike last weekend. Charlie: Frazier of :Miami spent .
"'hjsweek for a visit with Mr. George L. Shuford. 'I: (:Iurch News ,last: weekend home with his par-i
100 LB.
i 'and J Mrs. Markilee Raulerson, and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl s A chicken pilau supper will beheld I vets, :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence FraU ; BOTTLE

, amily. 'Prevatt for the weekend were Mr. on the grounds of Bayless I r. i

Mr. and Mrs. Ovin Lee Edgeof"Jacksomille and Mrs. C. L. Hickey of Green "" highway Baptist Church, Satur- ': Mrs. L. E. Ratliff visited her''
were Saturday .Cove Springs and the J. C, Prevatt I II I I day. Nov. 7, at 6:30: p. m. Members'';i daughter-in-law. Mrs. Walter .

{evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;, family of Ocala. r II I land visitors are invited to come 1 j I Ratliff of Staike. Thursday.

'Griff: and family. Mrs J. S. Eunice and son and II' arch their chicken and rice. Sunday guests of .Mr. and Mrs.

Friends of Mrs- Mary Reddish '.Ir8. Warren Bishop visited Mrs. c I I i I IL. E. Ratliff were ther son and ,
'w:.\! be happy to learn that she isgreatly Mittie Dowell in a convalescenthome YYYnm.n.nyyyyyyYYY.GRAHAM '< riaujrhter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
improved from her recent in Gainesville on Monday. J I .,Cozen Ratliff and son Chip. ofI

illness_ and spendng a few days i Mr. and Mrs- Lee Taylor of Live I s ,: JI I i Gainesville.Mr .
and Mrs. John Willis and
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I 1\lrlt. John MrKlnnry M'ldren Mulberry visited his STARKE. .
a'F ry7P'? i Mrand Mrs. Albert With -
I IJ last weekend. --
LOW : -
:Mrs. Leo Dyal has returned i i

T +... from Riverside Hospital where she .
silo'L1. I.OVt. if.. .i.-.. r. '..
OC. I had surgery for a foot ailment. i heook p"rw-nt/f fnintarn |>4"nIn
VM Y Reports are that she is well. ,
doing .
pastel! iJutfe C nl> $.1.Urad e
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Famous throughout Europe and circus at the American Legion !ws: a Saturday guest of :Mrs. -Roy

I vAf.4 4L t the United States, the versatile Fair Grounds on Tuesday Nov. j Starling. "*...it<, Jr. and talented Christian sisters will J7 Performances will be presented i, Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest Ortages of r.T llradii I nnatl. KlnrMa.
;ue in Starke with Lee Rotaryi at 3:30 and 8 p.m. Jacksonville were Sunday dinner I I.' ;. ... t =
Green Kl'. !' a.- J :Mo .r> dr.a- -"I
t1 i i., Club: resents King Bros three ring ".guests of her mother :Mrs. Leo Notice III Filing I'rt'linn For Final

f 00 : Oak spent Wednesday with Air. Nancy Keene and the Allen Harts
b sto StampsQUANTITY :and Mrs. Noah Taylor. < a Sunday- II;I COLD WEATHER AHEADFUEL

Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. G- Wilkerson

i!family visited the Ernest Souther- Ir.d as Sunday guests Mr. and I I. ar 53v<

RIGHTS RESERVED lands in Lake Butler on Sunday. Mis. Donald B,<,>,'' -,'. iyjg.'r:'r PUT THEIR
'''; aT
PRICES GOOD Thru Saturday Nov. 7th. Mrs Biad.Norton and Mrs. Sel- .kt"-son and W. C Griffis of Jack- .,t1t ''''' OIL.

ma Eunice visited Mrs. B. A. Her- samite, 1 ; o r HEALTH IN
irin of Jacksonville Saturday. Friends of Carl Hilliard will be
'I Mrs. Lavma Martin and family '1 .> real, that he is staying I!

.spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. with his son-in-law and daughter I j ji SAFE HANDSYou

Verne Padgett at Clay Hill. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins, for a 1' 'LOSE AS YOUR i
Air. and Mrs. Ray Crawford and few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
i family spent Saturday with the Hosier of Fort Pierce and the tail j can depend on the skill of your physi-

H. R. Crawfords in Jacksonville. St.u lings of Lakeland: visited them 5 TRUST clan and the precision of your pharmacist to
J. R. Devoie and Les McClellan uuiinq the weekend. For Service '
were among those attending the I'osca Vanzant of Jacksonville Quick YOUR safeguard your family's health. Our part is
CRISCO [Bradford football game in Lake spoil the weekend with Mr. and .Sf to fill prescriptions accurately from top-
Cry on Friday evening.Mr. \fr: Carl Varzant. They were all
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and Mrs. Ben Davidson of Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. quality drugs.

Washington D. C. were Sundayr.'ests Wocrirow Smith in Waycross. > ,

of their cousins, Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon L. Patterson of DIAL .1 .. ne.. ... ,.
.Mrs. F. S. Campbell.Tip i .
Arlington! the .
was Thursday guest |
349 Dixon of Palatka spent Saturday I WO 4-4641
of her :son-in-law and daughter| 'I' I
night with his cousin, W. E. :Miand lies: R. E. Lee and famly. I r I .
: (;exult Jr. I
T Ii\ and Mrs Billy Torode and
', Mrs. Sinclair Griffis Mrs. soi. of Gainesville visited Mr. ana KOCH DRUG STORE
: Limit one with a :.Atie Luke Misses Juanita, and M-. Fred Moore during the week- j F REGISTER & SON
$5.00 or more Jrnette Griffis and Buddy Har end. ,
Food Order. ris visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Eddj.l I
> of Jacksonville on Sunday. Mr. and :Mr Bryant Reddish GULF OIL PRODUCTS I Phone 11'0.1.1101 Starke, Fla.
and'family dr.ire their daughter Mrs. Jack ;t
i i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling Ii
week- Fons and son. to Tallahassee on i I
of Jacksonville were
Wednesday and remained with !
Vnd guests! of her mother. Mrs. i

,Leis Carter. the Mrs.Pons Mamie family Futch until Monday.and i,i (Although this/ is addressed to Clerroht/ owners, we'd be glad to hare you read it, no matter what make you.
I and Mr.daughter and Mrs.of Jacksonville Johnny Agair visit- had as Sunday: guests Mr. and':'\ now/ own or plan to buy. It might /icell be as iatrrestiiiy( and '.;'ymjicanl/ + to you as to the Chetrolel owner.) ,

Mrs. Dave Putney and family of .
cal Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and !
ASTOR YAC PAKCOFFEE ,Mi. and Mrs. J. S. Norman dur- Jacksonville.: and Mrs. Annie

i in? the weekend.Mr. Hogan of Chicfland ,. TO THE MORE THAN 16 MILLION PEOPLE

Mb. Can i and Mrs. Jeff Prevatt and II

Limit one with 49 family. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Taylor. WHO OWN CHEVROLETS
$5.00 or more Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and Symptoms of Distress Arising from t

Food Order family Misses Letha Bell and Bon- STOMACH ULCERSDUE I

GIANT limit 1 with $5.00 or more Food Order. r'e' Prevatt Betty Olive Virginia EXCESS ACID I j? :

Prevatt. Mary Wilkerson Mrs. QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST
Katie Padgett. Mr- and Mrs. Harry
CHEER 59 1 Wilkerson Mr. and MrsLee Taylor Ask About 15-Day Trial' Offer I i .
ONLY and Clifton Prevatt attendedI .xq.X: t' ,
-> over fire mfflioo package of the
'I wedding of Miss Alene Taylor WILLARD TREATMENT have MIl old i
'an; Louie Lee Starling at Hill- for relief of symptoms dmre arising from i.io .
Stomach and Duodenal Ulcer due to Excess ,
cnst Church of God in Jackson- Acid-Poor Digestion Sour or upset
''yule on Friday evening. Stomach Gassiness Htartbum, SlotpIrnncis. -
w .etc- due to Eicms Acid.. Ask for
I I The Howard Normans had as "WillanTs Messac*"which folly explain
I R'mday guests Mr. and Mrs. Bob- this home trntmcnt-fn.-aL

Marie Thornton and family of :MITCHELLS DRUG STORE iI I

i I Mr and Mrs. R. C. Keene and BELOTE'S DRUG STORE
family of Jacksonville visited Mrs.

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1 1 IUUcaAN The first and "latest-Ihe 191S and the 1960 Cherrolet. The progress represented here w the result of contin-

HAM '":'-J! -. wing forts to make your new Chevrolet always more beautiful, more useful and more valuable in every ;' ptd. '

You belong to the largest,family of nomical, roomier more quiet and romprored tertiee equipment and tech-
je. I, owners in the automotive.world.: Portableeasiertohandleandmanearer niques.Maintain the industry's moor
.1: We hope you're proud of that. It Introduced the compact and revolutionary complete parts warehouse system.

LB.HALF. I I, must give you great satisfaction to Corrair. Produced a new line Finally neither Chevrolet nor your
9 Lk'41NwLowEt know, that your judgment in choosing of Chevrolet trucks with unprecedented! Chevrolet dealer has any intention

or .0' I ,$ Chevrolet has been confirmed by so advances in efficiency, cargo handling, of forgetting you after you buy. To
WHOLECENTER t many other people. driter comfort and ability get a job
1 11nsF .We know that help keep you happy with your Chevrolet -
;X. we can hold your done.
>.. we have established department -
preference and your !loyalty l only by But it isn't enough to design and
; new to us, and so 'far as we
1r. : meeting our responsibilities- you build the kinds of products! you want
f know the automobile indus-
fully and completely from the day They must be built right. Solidly. new to I
.1. .,'*! you buy your Chevrolet! to the day Carefully. try. Th B'tJr.e Chevrolet Department
'. ,,: you trade it in. And so we'd like to Let us assure you of this: C1l.n'L 0OW1itr whose only job is
in talk with you about our responsi- rolet's fine reputation as a solid, well- of Chevrolet alU.! Chiaities
...'? p.we see them, and what built, dependable product i* being safeguarded rolet dealer}activities. so that: you enjoy
CUTPork t'f.; we are doing to meet them: by! "more cheeks and inspections utmost lKJl fadW1l'mn1J your entire

1 : I, tf' ,rI I Our first responsibility, we think, and tests, than ever before. period of fovnership. Through this
! is clear:To design and build products Along with your Chevrolet dealer, department and through all the
.. I believe I an-.Wii. *6otr jwo that satisfy your needs and your we want you to have available the other extraordinary_ steps we aretaking
Chops Lb. 69 on your Auto Insurance Sts.wida '11.-4<.' wants to the highest possible degree. finest and most complete service Chevrolet and your:" Chevrolet 1

,. To that end, we have done .these facilities. That is why_we: Conduct dealer hope;to keep you a hippy I
i n: PLAN OF AUTO INSURANCE cafled j ji tirings' for 1960: training schools for Chevrolet dealer member of .the Chevrolet owner t
JUICY' SWEET Made Ute 1960 Cherrolet more eeo- vuchanict. Study! and recommend imfamily..
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r i Oranges '5 l6. 29m i CHARLEY E 1
I AGENCY A Special Message from Clwroltt and Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer

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....'.........tTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT..TTTTTTTTTTTT hold at Mt. Nebo Baptist Churchand at the school on Saturday Nor.'7.r Elmer R. Shell and Sister JanisS. starting with Sunday School. At II i on any National.. or Stat' Bank ina the City Cooncit City of:Starke,

:NEWS; OF INTEREST TO COLORED friends. The funeral will be Selling will begin at'4 i 1.>> m. and I MitchelL We wish for them a p. m. Baptism was held in the ( num per not oenO l<*>ot than the amount ftve ptrcen"i bid.: MunicipalCater
Sunday Nov. 8, at 2 pmwith i extend into the evening.The profit ;speedy recovery. shush pool by Antioch Baptist I made parabfe !,- the City of Starke. rida.;' and delivered to the office
Florida, each bid if the City Clerk City of_ '5tarke.Klo.tda .
': CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Dallas Graham Funeral Directorsof will be used'to1 help buy more Allen Chapel A. M. E. Rev. L.A. Church. Rev. George W. Lee assisted a* a guarantee must accompany that the Bidder wilt either by a repreM&Utii
Jacksonville in charge. Rev. S. playground equipment for the Sampson pastor will hold by Deacon Andrew Allen not withdraw from the competition of th bidder, who shall obtain a
after owning the hid*. and in the receipt lher ![>t. or by registeredmail
will with other
J Simpson preside
children of our'school.1 will be baptized five candidates. Reverends -
Youth Day Sunday starting with with
Ozora Shell enr the contract i Ic guarded to a return receipt requested.
local persons appearing on the glad to have you come out and Sunday School Willie James Arnold and James assistedin the n.Mer. he will within ten (HI) The City reserves the right to
. . Music will be furnishedby I tiara thereafter enter into contract naive informalities in 40; ,*bid; to
..... & & & & & & & & & & &.&.&AA&aa&a&&a. program. help us. Mrs. S. C. Price Teacher. the services. The following
------------------- 1UAPVPACheraw Randolph, Supl. in charge. Morning and furni.oh the rP'tIJir..d bond failing reject any or'ad bids in whole: or in
I combined comunity choir members Carnation Club .service will be in charge of schedule of activties will be ob- wht. hlidH forfeit deposit ran.TUb or without cause and
Pioneer Citizen Dies S C., but came to Starke led by Mrs. Bertis Robinson.The The Halloween sewed Mon. 7 pm.. Faithful Pew : a. liuuidatnt daxatiie: The Pid Bond / or to accept the bida that.In itsndgement
party sponsoredby youth with the Children's Choir ..
aid *' .r..r ; will be for tlje beat interests
Ik'tirt required
Mrs.Chariey McDougald Chand- more than 50 years ago. She was I Ia main eulogy will be delivered I i the Carnation Club was a greatsuccess. under the direction of Mrs. Wes- Club: Tues. 7 p. m. Choir rehearsal ; in I.. -<StarCc'Flortda. -
ier died Tuesday, Oct. 27 at her faithful and active member of I by Rev. G. B. Burgman former ;' : "Mrs.tttnah Tyson and I i L. Pullum. At 3 p. m. a programwill ; Wed. p. m. Prayer Meeting; "nrf'for !in"urane <-'>tnj>anv whichagery ,'I{ .
residence! in So. Starke after an pastor of the d eased. Interment' ,Fn. 7 Prayer Band Saturday I. shall' hate an eMahlished City Council Of Th"itr .
Mt.\ Nebo Baptist Church until she daughters were hostesses and be presented by RJE Choir p. ; pU* <>f l.uKin- in the State of
extended. illness. She was born in. became stricken and unable to will] be in South Starke I'member and guests enjoyed riding I-under the dirtction of Mrs. Wes- 8 p. nu I Can Circle. The''I KI.>rtda and.. be dolT h..r..in.Ea.II licensed. to con- rr Merrill< Edward Of Starke.* Florida
duet bit inf 1 CitytClerko.t
... attend. Her last services were Birthday Party the broom chasing black cats _sie Morris music specialist of general public is always welcometo 'I I hid.hall be addressed" to 28. Nov. 5il95!

rendered under the pastorate of I-ittle Gloria Jean Griffin celebrated -j i'wishing on the moon and other I Bradford County.All members and our church activities. Mary Mc- I ___ ___ _. _. _. .. '., C
Rsv. G. B. Burgman. She leaves her fifth birthday anniversary -.gpmes. The refreshments; included friends are invited to attend all Bride. reporter. ,
WILLIAMS I to mourn her loss a devoted recently with 28 of her small plenty! of good hot fish. The next 'of these services. E. J. Givens.

daughter Pearl Jefferson of Jacksonville friends and neighbors in Lincoln regular meeting will be held Mon- I reporter. C\Lt FOR RIDS 3.DAYWHKINDAT 4

JEWELRYWATCHES ; three sons. Aaron and City. After games they were ser- day night after the third Sunday.I 1 i Pleasant Grove Methodist "t'? lnp.\L WtTER SfPPLY
% Chaney McDouglad of Jacksonville vxl by her mother, Mrs. Louiza AH members are asked to be present ,Church Rev. D. W. Demps, paster BELL CIT'OF- !'T.'RKELORID.. '
DIAMONDS and Ben McDougald. Starke Brown and Mrs. Anna C. Wright, A. R. Jenkins, reporter. held its last service before animal SEALED PROPOSALS will be received ELLINOR VILLAGEIN
L daughter-in-laws: Louise McDou- ice cream cake candy and bubble I I Fiesta: Club : conference be held at Be- by the City Council at the
REPAIRS Gloria received many lovely I I I II CUT Hall in the City of Starke.
gald and Alice McDougald of gum. The Fiesta Social Club win hold thune Cookman College starting Florida, until 7:00 P.L EST on
All Work GuaranteedA. Starke; 1 son-in-law, John Jefferson and useful gifts from her" friends..1 its next regular _meeting at the Wednesday after the Second Sunday November 17. 1953. for additionsAnd DAYTONA BEACHs1'150
Elementary 1 I mproVPm-Pti to the mnnicipaJ
.,;C. Williams of Jacksonville; 10 grandchildren home of Mr. and Mrs Dean on .We have had a very wonderful water supply and distribution ys-
142 W. Call St. including Bishop McDougaldwho The pre-Halloween party held Pine Street. This will be the time this year working with l..m. conRll'tinJ i of:
Starke, Fla. is in service in Okinawa and at the' school last Wednesday Thanksgiving weekend celebration. I I our pastor and hope the Bishop water(A) supply The installation well and turbine of a pumpat new

will be unable to attend the final night was very successful. All members are asked to attend. will send him back to us. he site of the exi5ting elevated
Formerly Roberts Jewelry 20 cordially invited to a'I No,. 8 battle cater tank en Lake Street at Pratt ,
rites 9,
great-grandchilden and You are Plans' must be completed for the Coming at p. m- a Street Jtnd the interconnecting pi-
l 4 great-great-srandchildren, anda I'hot fish fry with hot dogs pop Christmas party since we will not of music featuring: SuwanneeJr. ping to the water distribution FOR 4
i, I ;iiost of other sorrowing relatives com and candied apples for desert I have another meeting after this Singers. The Spiritual Echoes, mains-* 176.. 6S0 oaINI ;.i t tI
() ) Alterations to the exixtine
-I one before Christmas. Plan now to Surtone Clouds of Joy and several pumping facilities at the North Well, I '
-he. JI
';;.'" "be present at this very important: other groups. A contest will ('oll..lsting of replacement of th- I Sept. L"I
existing high duty pumping unit I
in?e ting. William Holland president I be among these groups.Admission: and installation of chlorination !
.. T.. .., cNcII I. .. ..11 .. yw M. /tidal .e+nig utd that
-a -' has a message of importance adults 75c children 35c. Compe- equlpment. get to .k/. a s 1.M. SvnHr netrinf-4l'lll ti. ad if "OlrPTIVATI
i for all members. Gloria tent judges of good singing have All material and all work and equipment performed shall furnished I VILlA II only. $17.50. ... ... -... u&st: ..
frrshman at Oraham.1 been selected. The groups will sing lie In accordance with the plans,

College: and reporter for I such numbers" as: "Let Jesus Fix specifications pertaining and contract thereto which documents -I >31 won VILLAGE HAS THESE EXTRA FEATURES ... .

scent last weekend with her family I it For You" ""Operator Get Me may be examined at the office of I II N.L. C.R Ciorre tls.rby Anndiaw. Vi tI
and friends in Jacksonville and I Je us". "Lord Lift Me Up." and tie City Clerk Starke. Florida and I
I. At th.> office of Reynold, ifmith: 1al.&al.1.. I4.f Ri..) Mgiil else FRT tI
Starke. She attended the Florida many other latest hits.
I and Hills Architects! and E Engineer I GR i
Classic and cheered for Bethune- We regret the illness of Rev. ::1 Park Street (p. o. Box 4SI7) ALwi.lk.t Ti i$ Cara IkiAfi s d
i / Jacksonville. Florida.. Plant" and Specifications -
,'" Cookman College but they losto Roosevelt Dell Sr. He spent two
_7i _- may be purchased from I For additional Information "'
/ : Florida A & M 666. weeks in Alachua General Hos- Reynolds. Smith and Hills. Architects fill iD this .
.and Engineers, for the sum COUp"IliLLINOR -
i Leadership Conference pital and has been home for the
of 10.00 per set which will not be a ------......
The Leadership Conference of.. past four weeks. We wish for him refunded. Individual copies of the f
specifications and partial wts tf ..
the Florida State Teachers As- a speedy recovery.The
_. a .. so.:la lion will convene in Tallahassee bereaved family of the late drawings per copy may and be$0.70 procured per sheet for $5.00 respectively Iept. W9.Doyt t I II
::i during this weekend. Dele Sister Rebecca:. Tyson wishes to not refundable.A I wfl Boob Rmt44iE !
Bid Bond properly executed by
V I thank their friends for the
gates were selected at the meeting many the Bidder and ya qualified Surety t -
]last Friday. The guest speaker at cards condolences, flowers and or a certified or cashier's' check
the county meeting was W. E. other expressions for cheer and .....

: Combs. Specialist in Secondary comfort during their sorrow. Your .
VV MINE /T YOUR OWN Education, State Department of fervices will be long remembered. 9S I

: Education. Principal C. C. Ander-j r!May God bless each of you is our 0

'; son and Supervisor Shell .rex I prayer. May Bell Dell reporter. 7atCt
'its on Mathematics and Science Antioch napti5Churtb,
V I Workshops recently held at .FlOri-I I &ev. George W. Lee Pastor is 666
I'd* A & M Unversity. celebrating this week the anniversary -

:The economy of bank auto financing may f teresting experiments were per-,. for the church. pastor and .
t formed by Prof, Anderson. President choir combined. On Monday night
make the over-all cost of buying a car less than I Green was commended by New Bethel Baptist Church Rev.A. .

: you think. Terms arranged to fit your budget Mr. combs for allowing more than B. Vinson. pastor congregation Call The Fuel Oil
half of the meeting time for professional ushers and choir No. II were in
-with necessary insurance premium included > services. Committee appointments charge. Sermon was delivered by

In the loan. Come in and full information! were made by the new: Rev. C. Royal of Philadelphia.
get the of MotherS
president at this meeting. Then Rev. Royal son
xt regular meeting will be held hia Royal and brother of Deacon No WO 49711Kerosene

Dec 4 at C. Anderson Jr. High Julius Royal of New Bethel.

-V. Greene president, Mrs. M. J. Lee The program win continue I
FLORIDA cafptorium Lawtey.: Joseph D. through next Sunday with services
V secretary. nil day Sunday.
PTA At RJE Our sick members include: Sister Oil
BANK AT I STARKE I The regularly scheduled'meeting Gertrude ''Carter Bradford or Heating

I was held at RJE this week with County Hospital and Deacon E. R-
j t.President Levy Lennon in charge. ,Shell. We wish for them a speedy
>Od buisness included disposing I recovery. Sis. Arata Williams"- DURING TilE 1959-60 WINTER SEASON

of concrete blocks previously purchased porter-
for building a wall around First Born Church of God YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY
I the basketball court. This plan Elder Flax Howard., pastor will
way cancelled in favor of action hold regular service on Sunday .
DON'T taken by the Board of Public In- trith Supt. Griffin in charge of AND FILLED AS NEEDED x
MISLED BY DEALERS WHODON'T struction who plans to build a Church School at 10 a m. Morn-
gymnasium in the near future.At Ing and evening services will be CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ;

: conducted by the pastor. All members -
present in the building program
HAVE COLOR TV classrooms will take priority. M. and friends are invited to at- '
V : : J. Lee reporter. te;')d.. SI$. W Strong reporterMt. JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. .

Lee reporter. Zion A. M. E. Church, T

Color TV Is Perfected --- Let Us V CHURCH NEWS uawtey. Rev. Grimmage i pastor, YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER 66 .
New Bethel Baptist Church,I wn* hold regular communion services .

Rev. A. B'Vlnson. pastor will hold on Sunday with the pastorin Phone WO 4-9711 743 South. Walnut St., '. r{
; Put One in Your Home TodayFor regular service on Sunday starting charge. Sunday School will begin -

: with Sunday School at 3:30 at 10 a. m., Supt. Linwood
Milton Ellerson In Crawford in charge- All parentsare
FREE Trial! a. m. Supt. irs cEnrnta r
charge. Morning worship at 11 a. asked to come out and bring : THE MOSTBEAUTIFUL :
m. choir No. H will sng Mrs. Mars the scholars and enjoy the lesson : CAR :
Shepherd Is Your Only Color T.V. Dealer in Bradford gai-et DeSue president. At.6 p. m. together. We are invited to sing or ITS sizcr ;

BTU will be held with Miss Mae at Antioch Baptist Church Starkeat ? AND ITS THE EASIEST
County CAR IN THE WOftlD TO OWr!
in members and
Frances Jenkins president 3 pm.,All choir
charge, evening worship at 7 p. m. parents are asked to join us. Bro-
: '. Pastor Vinson in charge. Linwood Crawford will be featured yAL
: ? 1: <" )' I" >v *'?JI* Tea PostponedThe I soloist Evening service and communion V

.. f. : ...' : .. f1.ri1; i1 n f: f! ".. ; :j-; :;;:i.: : : w. i: "Pretty Hat" tea will be will be held at 7 p. m. ,:

.t\.. }. ,....!; .;It .ii, HLr sH> 11/1/ flil II [, ';1'1'f1i;fL: l I1 .=HI. .I ft :?; i.:s postponed due to the funeral of I All members are asked to come O1 ;

..;;., .A'.. .. h.llj. :. I;: :. :>': : : : : : .'I' .: ::,.,tq':": i. :.Hrf=f.. r.q... : ... .. ; .. Mrs- Chancy McDougald;;: but will ,out and renew your covenant by _
",;' ,. x.:...: tl I 1 > H.: .; ;; $. : :. : "" .". .' .: the time on Third taking part in the Lord's Supper.
.. t.. ,;. If I ( .: ,1 r (,> 'S II."4. .....: ': ..#:4"t.; .>: .; ; v'- .,',. ", be held at same (
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: 1"1 (." j<; Sunday. All members and friendsarc Sister Beatrice Scott reporter ,
:' i' ; invited to see these beautifulfall Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
f \ ; : : f ,4 : {1 styles in new: hats. Tills is for Church.. Rev. L. McKay pastor f V_V$* t iw

#: the Club.benefit" of the "Mercury. Car he'd regular pastoral day Sunday I

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\'! '" ...}'f. -.. Other activities for Women's

Day Drive will be a selling at the

Enjoyjharpest Steadiest PictureJPossibleJn home of Mrs. Ollie Mae Cum-
Street.. Saturday -
mmes; 703 Florida Gulf Life
and which will include hot

l firh.:: This is sponsored by the A APT..APLAN FALCON, the New-size Ford, isAmerica's :
Weak Areas
; Signal "Plymouth Car Club. They are .

inviting you to come out and help lowest-priced 6-passenger car
: make the Plymouth the fastestcar Fits < ,
sw' RCA VICTOR TV on the highway today.At your ,:

.. ,4 3 p m. Sunday the Lincoln ,changing The Falcon is priced op to $72 less than Up to 30 mpg. The Falcon's outstanding gu
Car Club will have a service and : :needs its rear-engine competitor. as much as economy was prows when a fleet of Ftkoci_
program: at the church. Rev. Alphonso $124 less than other American-built, so- traveled every mile of numbered Federal highway
in charge.: All membersare t called compact 6-passenger cars. And the in Economy Run, U.S.A. Anothersaviagj:

asked to come and bring a .... new Ford Falcon is the easiest car lit. the The Falcon goes up to 4000 miles betweenoil :
friend. Women's Day will be all Falcon changes.
world to owe Just look at these
day the Fourth Sunday.Choir No. superiorities= : Froot-mounted engine.For stability arid haft,
..( 1 rehearsal Wed. Nov. 11th and The.retirement plan you dhng ease, the Falcon's six-cyBoder engine'it:.
Plan to make this a mounted front And there is plenty erf fee*
18th. now
buy for tomorrow
.canV and The Falcon has the up
When a TV pirtwr slang firm the Beauty economy
Thanksgiving Sunday. Sisters heat from the Falcons fresh-air hot-water'hew
transmitter to living it's 'help meet today's needs dean fines and the uncluttered good looks of.
your room a ing with no sacrifice of mikage m
Lizzie Hankerson and Corean system gas .
i' 60 Fords. Diamond Lustre
-- the
dear But then it glamorous
strong may'bounce McNeil are co-chairman for this ; thanks to the Finish needs Galvanized sure.dweather driving -_ MMM, -4 t
off buildings and hills or meet near waxing. :
interference from autos or ekctrkaldevices. Vrogram.! Pauline Marshall, 're- exclusive Adapt-A-Plan. rural members resist rust and corro iCn. Bolr on New luxury interiors. You? find die SCM

; rter. Ask your Gulf Life front fenders cost less,replace easily quality materials and taste in design as m .fa

New RCA Victor W with keyed AGC Masonic Lodge No. 36 'epresentative.Gulf. Seats six with all their luggage big:) new Fords. Door panels are lofty "(fai*
l { i automatically screens out f Most Worshipful'Master Damon passengers stered.Front seat cushions aregencroaxiy fata*
Q. The Falcon easily seats six big adults in built '
interference boosts weak Dell is asking all Masonic Lodge for-ptopfe comfort. There's no 9otx.mounted padded. Thick roof insdatk guards *g tletse \
signals insures the best members to be present at the hall shift interfere with center front-seat beat and noise:; .
.. and sound, gear to
possible picture
Brownlee Street, Monday Nov.
-., ca passenger. Big luggage compartment in the ,
.-. '- #." .. :---. 16, at 8 p. mT sharp. Plans 'must rear holds over 23 cu. in 'bard n Iaswaaaaren'.appi.lail niai7 Si...pi. .E1 '
...c..r.......,.....tv WIftI II I
MI w. !.. itkturtw C cod dRd.tawrwOWTtAOCllaK Enjoy a truly fine picfureXon Thanksgiving .
'...s... -oI..,-"..MoIIiIaWe'-- _iA; RCA Victor Super TV sets one of the local churches. This The New-size 1960 FORD
gllgtla ststisa 3)D91b gh will be a combined; service of all .
+Ill nr. A ,___ and all Deluxe TVSHEPHERD'S models the members of the Masonic fam- Life Easiest car ia -tM- wortd to- -owe- ..
ily and will include: Juveniles, t.a.A.e: ..r.e..rTERWILLEGAR, .. x ''V--_ ::-.1
Heroines of Jericho Ruth Court A INSURANCE

No 18. M. A. M- Sophia Royal and COMPANYW.
RADIO & TV Order of Eastern Stars,Den Chap- 'W MOTORS

: ter No.168. Come and help us to :

make this a great celebration.! H. HAND, Saperintendeni. -
t Phone' WO 4-6901 206 MADISON.. ST. STARKE_ .,_FLORIDA. .
Starke, Florida Memorial services win be held for Box 308 Phone WO 4-4723 ,.

deceased members. We have sev Starke, Fla. See "FORD STARTIME" in living color Tuesdays on NBOTVt .\.
i oral sick members including Bro. ..

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