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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 12, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Bids On New Surplus Property Warehouse






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,,d 97 rt 1t Homecoming Fete Blanding Operation %Will Be Moved


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-w .e r tL of the Florida Development) Commission's huge

r: IciI; than 200 reservations have the USO after the game. surplus property operation from Camp Blanding to a site on

already been made. for the annual Fathers of football team members U. S. 301 south of Starke seemed assured this week as bids

Homecoming supper to precede will 'be honored at Dad's were sought for construction of a 200 x 500 foot building
the game with Santa Fe at Brad- Night pre-game activities startingat tr to house the operation under one roof.

ford Park Friday night according ; 7:30: p. m. Friday. Bradford County Commissioners
to an announcement yesterday by The Homecoming
win be
supper tnd the Starke City Council in
';\ !' -, Mrs. W. E. Dowling financial served in the High School cafeteria Diamonds Stolen a
;Jf J\ joint
meeting Monday night
IIf chairman of the High School from 5 to 7:30 mTickets
,J"w'., p. agreed to split the $12,000 cost of
.['*4-. PTA-sponsored event. are $1.25, and a child's plate will
.i") -'.ri Homecoming festivities will get :alco be served for 50 cents. It is i Valued At $$3,000 the 31.274 acres on which the new
warehouse will be built. and deedit
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underway with Tornado Whirl, the planned to serve alumni of the ;
;: :" \\ to the Development Commmission. -
; '" traditional pep' rally, starting at :younger< classes on the stage of
:-')1.fi',,' ",: tin' stadium tonight [Thursday] tte new BHS auditorium. Everyone [ Theft of diamonds with a retail : The property, located two
;:. ..-- at 7:30 m. An admission y 'and a half miles south of Starke,
p. charge ; will be welcome at the supper value of around $3,000 was reported -
of 25 cents [5th' grade students whether on the east side of 301, is being
reservations have beenmp.de Monday by Bullington's Studio
WAo'Be/ The ?
Queen and under free] will be made by 1 or not Mrs. Dowting said. & Gift Shop.According. I purchased from Lex Green.

the Sophomore class sponsors of '. .All persons attending the supper County Agent (Right) Weighs In Nuts to J. R. Bullington The call for bids published Monday -
One of these four Bradford beauties will be crowned Home- I this event This year's Whirl :are" asked to sign the scrolls which owner of the business the diamond : ended several months of negotiations -

comteg Queen at Tornado 'Whirl festivities In the BUS stadium i theme is "Ancient History." Scheduled mil be found on each table giving rings were discovered missing for a suitable site for

tonight (Thursday). The decision was made by popular .Vote I events include' skits band name and correct mailing addre i. First Pecan Auction Shows from a showcase inside the the surplus property operation

at school today, but will remain a secret until tonight. Seniors numbers, introduction of the team The Homecoming events will be store about 1 p.m. .currently housed in 14 separate
:and coaches crowning of the I concluded with dances in the 1 building three miles back inside
Lee Johnson
aU, the girls are from upper left clockwise: Ruby Bullington said that Two well-
Kathleen Conway, Mary Noegel and Flora Slade. Princess Homecoming Queen presentationof USO. sponsored by the Junior andbenior Volume dressed Negro women had beenin I the Camp Blanding reservation.
her court and the climaxing : classes, and in the armory. Surprising I' The Blanding facilities had been
,elected I grades are: 9th grade Brenda Lott; 10th grade II the store between 12 and 1
fireworks. First prize for best skit ;sponsored 'by the Junior Woman's I o'clock at a time when provided! by the State Armory
only one
Sandra Soiano; and 11th grade, Sandra Whitehead. will be $20, with $5 each for the I Club. Board rent free for use by the
Unexpected volume taxed facilities -. age paid for some of the leading clerk was on duty in the front
second and third place winners. Visitors may park in areas provided Development: Commission since
School will be dismissed for the for this purpose by St. Ed- at the Starke State Farmers varieties: part of the shop. ;the surplus property operation
After Fernandina Rout
One of the asked for
I women afilter"
annual parade, scheduled for 2:30: ward's Catholic Church or in the Market as the first pecan auctionof Curtis, 20,159 lbs. at 294 cents; j started in 1947. After a conference

p. m. Friday. All entries are askedto bus loading zone by the new audi- the season got under way Seedlings, 6,714 Ibs. at 27 for a movie projector, between the two groups.tlowe.er. ,
Bulling said, and followed the
: HornsIn be on the street 'between the t rlum. cents ;
RebeisLock ; negotiated agreementwas
Tornadoes Thursday, Nov. 5. A total of 44- clerk over to the side of the store a
gym and the football field by 2:15p. I Mixed, 5,422 Ibs. at 27'i! cents; reached that the Commission
730 pounds of nuts was sold to where movie equipment is kept
Touch Football
m. Stuart, 4,499 Ibs. at 30 cents; would pay $1,000 per month rent
Tilt Friday Parade route is as follows: I Games Rained Out. bring growers a gross of $12-! Success, 1,817 lbs. at 23 cents; The other woman remained on the 'effective last July; t.Hfajo .
the
Lead-Deciding side of store where the case
Washington St. to Temple"Ave. 703.12. Fresher 1,.,5 Ibs. at 23% cents; (-:factor iq .the decision to

t South on Temple to Call St.:.East i Touch football games were The popular Curtis variety dom- Moneymakec.. Hi? :,. F' Ibs L at 23 ed.containing the diamonds is locat- J move from B ndjng'it was said,
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Bradford High School loosed a The spotlight in the Keystone on Call to. .Thompson.South\ j on rained out la'st''Saturday; but the inated sales, with 18 varieties being cents; :'J.< c'- ,' fPresideJta I It i3 believed that as the clerk'sattention was' the desirability of gettingthe

Tornado force on Fernandina Conference will be on Bradford Thompson Q Madison.' WeftJon Tornadoes will'meet the Wildcat offered by growers from !,;.to96" Ibs.- at 274tents. was diverted while looking surplus operation under one

Beach fOOt((au field! Mast Friday Pork Friday night when the top- Madison Madison Street Ploat ti+Baptist vinpro&e$"f to Saturday Nov. 13, at 9 ajn. and Bradford Alachua Union, and'I "* : for the first woman's request, roof rather than its present: division
Church
night that completely shipwreckedtheir rated Tornadoes meet Santa .Fe the Tigers will play Hurricanes at Baker counties. Demand was J. R. Wainwright manager of the second woman reached over : into 14 separate buildings

Pirate opponents 35-6. in lead-deciding contest beforea at while Winn cars Dixie., bands The visiting etc. win Santa stop 10'ajn. at the Pratt Street play brisk, with nine buyers paying I the market,said that sales would the showcase sliding the door The Blanding buildings are also

Fernandina Beach Homecoming partisan throng of Homecoming ground.' ) an average of 28.9 cents a pound. continue each Thursday with the 'old: and.-ia need of conaideraijls
A
Fe Band will take in the'pa open and' removing the tray cott- .
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: crowd; watched the Starke we tators. rader ., games will Highest price paid was 35 cents exception. of Thanksgiving. He taining' the diamond rings. Bull maintenance work.
be played Wednesday 'afternoon, pound for a 49-pound lot of urged growers to bring their At recent meeting' in Tallahassee
a
per
dominate play during ahead of the. pe-
High School As of now BHS is Floats''will ibe judged in the,900 ington said that a couple of
1 Nov. 18: Tigers vs. Tornadoes at Schleys. Several lots of Curtis soldas cansby noon on auction day the Development Commission -
while retaining -
the entire game pack with a 3-0 record in conference block of West Madison Street and watches might be missing, also,
: Conference loss 3:30 p.m. and Wildcats vs. Hurri- high as 33 cents. !:o that the sale can: start promptly accepted the site south of
their Keystone An unexpected
play. winners will be announced during but 'he was not sure. He said
lead Bradford High School has to Santa Fe Friday night would half-time activities at Homecoming : canes at 4:30. The -quantity offered and averment al. ,l:30-p.m._ there was no such thing as a filter Starke "as surveyed." In moving,

called down the Conference flag result in a tie for the lead for the game. The trophy will be awarded -JM flv t =W* for a movie projector obviously it was considered desirable to keep

every year since the league was Rebels. at the Homecoming dance &&IK *k A' } .. a request to divert the attentionof the operation in the Starke area

established two years ago and is Santa Fe is rated underdog in : ". jjfpTS &4: : gt .. the clerk.Bullington. due to the presence here of train-

well on its way to a third con- the forthcoming match having :;';C..... .' f [ nf f .eyr s r w ." said one of the women 'ed personnel who would be hardto
secutive title.: I lest to Macclenny in its last out- wore a loose, maternitytypedress replace if the operation were
J. C. Warren Held moved to an entirely new area.
The: Bradford County 'boys lost ing, while the Tornadoes continued which might have been used
no tine in showing the Pirates their winning ways by dropping ; to conceal stolen goods. It is be- The fact that Starke is almost

they meant business by scoringthe Fernandina 35-6. $ lieved that they were professional.'halfway between extreme West
In New AssaultJ. Florida and extreme South Florida -
first time they got the ball. Bradford is also tops in area + a rl'r out of town shoplifters. .
also a factor in the deci
Quarterback Harvey Tanner loosened standings, with an overall record : icea: Most of the diamonds stolen was

the Pirate defense up on the, of six wins, one loss, and one tie a t were interlocking wedding sets. sion.The -
Warren, 17-year-old Starke fifth
Blanding operation
first BHS play from scrimmageby to date. $ -4 The largest a 1.46 carat stone set
youth was released under $5,000 of its kind in the nation
connecting on a six-yard pass The Tornadoes emerged from ) hi white gold, had a* retafl value largest
From bond after charges of assault kff: $ now employs close to 90 personsin
to halfback Richard Dugger. the Fernandina game with no injuries of 51,300.
with intent to commit murder in
the Starke area, with an an-
here Tanner stuck to the ground and will\ in top physical
an alter midnight melee at Kayo nual payroll of around 300000.
traveled 57 yards on eight Last Adults Needed
and s.?pe for Friday's game. year North
Service Station on Temple
warehouse
The new
plays down to the Pirate two they defeated the Rebels 25.13 v proposed
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yard line. Tanner plunged for' to take the title. Avenue. In Language will be a complete. preengineeredsteel
Duncan
T. E.
and also chipped in the State Attorney Class building approximately 200
At USO
the score Pre-game Homecoming activities heard witnesses in the case Tues-
to make the score: by 500 feet. Bids will be openedat
extra point including Dad's Night, will day afternoon, but has withheld "
7-0. 5 minutes in l Classes in both Conversational 10 a.m. on Tuesday Dec. 1. in
with gone
only start at 7:30 with kickoff time
action! pending further investi-
the first quarter.As 8. gation. Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish NIGHT SPOT FIRE INVESTIGATED Prisoner's Death French and Conversational Spanish Room 336 of the Carlton Buildingin

the second quarter began. said yesterday that Warren's Believed Result : have now been organized un- Tallahassee.

Starke had. pushed to the Fer family had requested thatthe An.investigation is being made : .got to the scene, about three der the Adult Education Program. Development Commission officials

nandina 27, but lost the ball on! F-W Corporation youth be examined by a psychia- this week of fire that early Sunday miles from Starke, the back half Of Natural CausesA according to Peter Fresneda, modern have indicated a desire to

a fumble. The Pirates could not 1 trl t. He said this would be doneas morning ended the somewhat I of the building was already "level i I foreign language instructor. expedite construction as much as
move the ball and Starke took soon as necessary arrangementscould checkered career of Canary Inn 'with the ground,"'Carpenter said, I' Negro prisoner was founddead The classes meet in the northwest possible and hope to let the contract

over at midfield.Quarterback : Reported Sold be made.According 'formerly Pelican Club on SR 16 :and the front part was burning i : Tuesday in his cell in the wing of the USO Building from within two weeks after bids

Tanner elected to to Reddish, witnesses between Starke and Kingsley i beyond.control. I maximum security building of the 7:30 to 9:30 on Thursday evenings. are received. Actual construction

stay on the ground and back I said that Warren hit Luther Lake. Conducting the investigation Don Hass who had operated the State Prison. I To afford the students an opportunity should begin ,soon after Jan. 1.

Tombo Smith and Dugger lugged I Sale of F&W Corporation, de- Johns43.' in the face with a two- are a deputy fire marshal night spot for the past several to practice orally in

the ball to the Pirate four yard I veicpers of Parkwood Estates,subdivision gallon oil can during an argument I from Jacksonville and an investigator nnnths, told Chief Carpenter that Assistant State Attorney MackFirtch groups a few more adults are Juveniles Jailed

line. Here Tanner took to the on West Pratt street, to. over a slashed tire on Johns' from the office of the State he was away from his living quarters said that ,the man, identi- needed, Fresneda explained. Hus-

air and flipped a pass to I>ugger Joseph D. Scarfoni of St. Peters- truck. Seventeen stitches were required Insurance Commissioner in Talla- at the club when the fire, of fied as Charlie Harris. 57, is be- binds and wives are particularly i Theft of 140 pounds of pecans

in the end zone for the touch burg was announced yesterday to close the cut in Johns' i hassee. Results of their investi- undetermined origin, started some',liaved to have died of natural invited to Join the classes as they 'from a farm belonging to W. H.

down and added the extra point by Ovid G. Lewis of Starke. !gation have not been made pub- time after he closed the club for causes. An autopsy had been ordered will then be able to practice the Dukes, south of Starke, is laid to

on a.toss to Smith. Mr. Lewis said ,that Scarfoni face.Warren was recently involved lic.Fire the night. and a coroner's Jury em- language. between class sessions. four Negro juvenile boys. Threeof

Not satisfied with their 14-0 I had employed: him as general in another case of assault and Chief D. W. Carpenter received Contents of the building were paneled. Parents of high school students the boys are being held in.

lead! BHS struck again before the superintendent and that the St. battery which is still pending in a report that the buildingwas crvned by Hass and insured. Harris was serving a 10 year similarly are urged to participateso county jail pending action by juv-

[Continued on Page SI) Petersburg contractor would .finish county judge's court. burning about 2 a. m. Sunday The building also insured was term for robbery in Marion Coun- that they may be able to better enile court while the fourth, a

the six houses now partiallycompleted Deputy Reddish reported wit- morning. By the time me depart- ,owned by David S. Wescott of ty. help. their. children Fresneda ad- polio patient, has been released to

in the subdivision, andw I nesses as saying the altercation .Tam pa ,dPt---!- his parents.-

METHODISTBAZAAR mid start five new houses'in j then : grew out of an exchange.of words

r future. between Warren and Johns, andJohns' Jaycees Give

F&W Corporation was owned l two female companions,
by Herbert Foreacre of Jacksonville Lula Belle Terrell and her 15- ..
Starting 10 A.M. and Joseph D- Warren of J year-old daughter. Johns, a former Three Awards

Thursday, Nov. 19 Starke. resident of Starve is now em-

Lewis said that Scarfoni had developed ployed in Jacksonville.

TURKEY several.d1\1sions in St. It is said that Johns drove off Three Starke citizens were awarded -
Petersburg and that he mightopen ; in his truck but was halted by
DINNER an office in Starke at a laterdate. a flat tire. He returned to the sta. for services contributedto

He said Scarfoni wouldcontinue L tin accused Warren of slashing the community at a dinner

5:30 to 7:30 P.M. to build on the 66 loin ts! the tire and the argument was meeting of the Starke Jaycees, .

the Parkwood development il t resumed. In addition to his cut Wednesday Nov. '4. ,, 3 ;

Fellowship Hall demand warranted additional L face, Johns was treated for bruises Carl Johns, who recently retired
Tickets now on sale at construction. He said Scarf ni:l elsewhere on his body. ,
after 27 as City Clerk, received -
Slade Gas Co., Goldwire would also do general contracting,. Warren claims he hit Johns in years l
Servicenter, and Starke building homes for individuals on self defense, Deputy Reddish said. the Jaycees Good Govern- 4 ; :1

Hardware thelr own property if desired. ment award for "27 years of

Lewis said that work of f1nish.in6 Ministerial Alliance distinguished service to Starke _h.

This Space Contributed up the present houses was Plana Services and Bradford County." He win
already underway with 15 men be entered in state competitionby

Weekly to Publicize employed and M. L. Lawson For Thanksgiving: the local Jaycees later this H
foreman. He said that work will 1 year

Community. Events by be resumed next week on the installation The Ministerial Alliance an- Arthur N. Hofflday.received a

of storm sewers in best. nounced that a Thanksgiving service Certificate of Appreciation for his + wi.

THE COMMUNITY area and the joint paving of W win be held Thanksgiving untiring service as president of ..r..g ../* ; r.rt S
Pratt street by the developer and I Day Nov. 26, at 10 a.m. at the the Bradford Booster Club and F' 3

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STARKE planned. Streets wi than: speaker will be Rev. Barry Van obtaining an electric Scoreboard the Bradford County Telegraph for promotion 6f,worthwhile community | Pictured are recipients of the lousos. Matthews Holiday, David I
the subdivision win also be givercurb : Deventer pastor of the First for the Tornado football field.E. .
received the Jaycees American projects and civic and I awards and Jaycees making the Hurse Johns, lily Goldwire and
'1 and gutter paving,Lewis said! Presbyterian Church. L. Matthews, ptMbbef of Press Cert1ticate'( of Appreciation social advancements." I presentations U-rJ: John Kope- Jerome Johns Jaycee president,


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.LfAGE: TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. xo.,'. tl 1939Those

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I -6..1 as | Barn77Given/ / I Farm Census'Questionnaires lucstionnaire is designed to pro-
I ,evening supper guests George Lawtey Marshal's Traffic Ticket Toll tide information on the number
i iI Faisden! : and Mrs Martha Holliday
Life SentenceIn I and size of farms acreage and

i :.f Mrs Jacksonville.J. W. Sikes and daughters. I IMr Eyed By Motor Club OfficialsTwo (Now Being Mailed harvest of crops livestock production -

I I i :! ;. Gerald Jones and Mrs. Som- Wife MurderBarney ( I Questionnaires for the 195!I and inventories selected

,.lnf''S Clark of Fort Wayne. Ind.. I ,Census of Agriculture are now ir I farm facilities and equipment. se-
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IN THE NEWS I' "PTPlonday:: dinner guests of Mr. McCoy Barnhill 71, officials of Peninsula ta'nst Bradford residents. The ,;th= mail and will be in the hand iJcrted farm expenditures farm

4, i- II I and Mrs. Titus Olson. j formerly of Jacksonville and I Motor Ciub of Tampa,visited Law I number of tickets listed from ,of local fanners within a few. i i I values and mortgage debt. On the

<" -.-- y- -,- _,_,_ -"- -6 _._ .._.. ,I Mrs. Effie Johns visiting her Barnhill's Fishing Camp on Lake .tey last Thursday to review traffic' August 1 through Sept. 30 was .days. (avprage. each farmer is asked a-
niece. Mrs. F. W. Webb in Hawthorne Santa Fe. sentenced life (tickets issued during the last few 260. >
was to bout 100
I The farm questions. many of which
from Starke attending Mr: and Mrs Garl Mathews at-1\ census questionnaire s;
today.Mr. Marshall MitchellBlown.
in San Diego. Calif. Jnonths by City Although neither Jones nor b
imprisonment can answered check-
the funeral of Warren J. Hancockof ;.tended the birthday dinner of and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Dunn would are being mailed from Chicago by simply
reveal conclusions
for the murder of his fifth { any I ins .
Denise i: Monday o;, j "yes" or "no"
I Ill. with the
Jacksonville former Starke resident their great granddaughter. after four'' distribution timed s
returned Sunday wife Mrs. Carrie Barnhill 50. A. R. Jones, club vice-president, i ; drawn, saying the informat -
last Friday afternoon were ..Funk daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. m\nths in Highlands and Ashe- In the lard' Hampton Dunn, director of on would be "studied" and recommendations that report forms will reach far-
sentence.
Mrs. H. H. Adams and son John William Flink, in Jacksonville v'Je. N. C. Emoute home they passing Judge public r relations told Mayor Charles [ made to Mayor ;,mers about a week ahead of the
M!.. and Mrs. George Hugginsand Sunday. i I visited Mrs. C. W. Denny in Sa- told Barnhill that nature probably -< Shuford that their organization ![SMiford.! they did offer "impress- date when census takers will begin Xo Pant., No Shirts, Must fie
children Tommy and Linda 'I'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes of vannah.! Ga. and Mrs. T. W. Oliver ; "will take care of the deathpenalty" had received "five or six" :ions.'' These included statements the field canvass. The advance<; i' Clean. Bradford County Tdesa .
Green Mr. and Mrs. Palatka Sundaisitors of ,, i': before he can be eligiblefor mailing is for the .
Mrs. Lloyd : were at St. Simons Island. complaints from motorists bothin that 'We see no reason, at this purpose of giving aph.in
Newcomb M. W. Lance,'JAr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy. I I, parole. farm time
to
Gilbert : operators con
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Mr. and Mrs C. T. Wade wt:recalled and out of the State concern- tire for Lawtey to have a citynarshall
Titus D. Wescott of \! Barnhill was convicted of first I' suit their records
Mrs. C. S. Haddock and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ga. Wednesday before filling
McRae.
to Brown
I irj: tickets issued by re- : : : 'too much of Lawtey'sincome
O!son- II i Tampa were weekend guests of degree! murder on t ct. 20. the answers required by the questionnaires -
j I by the death of a sister-in-law. Gently Mayor Shuford said he was derived from traffic We Lead The
Mrs. Mae Jones and granddaughter :iSen. and Charley Johns. ,I., Mrs. j. T. Wade. Judge John A. Hewicker called also: received a letter from Governor I'violations" and "more warning and getting them ready:

Anita Jones of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Mrs George Manassa: and chil- the shooting of Barnhill's wife Collins about two weeks j.tickets instead of violations should for the census takers to pick up Thrift

were last Friday visitors of j I daughter, Sally visited Mr. and i: dien of Green Cove Springs were "cold blooded murder." Barnhill I age :on a similar subject. ': bo issued." (This! procedure is designed to insure Parade
Dr. and Mrs- W. E. Middleton.Mr. I Mrs. Guy Dyal in Green Cove said during the trial that he had greater accuracy of reportin
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Dunn made a record ;i The Peninsula Motor Club has a With
: and Mrs. Roy Reddish of |Springs Sunday afternoon. !! Trman Green. followed the woman to California 'of the traffic tickets issued during m.Tabeiship of 53.000 from 46 and to save time both for the far !' These Low
Webster were weekend guests of i Rev. J. H. Mabry, Jr. S. E.j j after she left him in Florida with the mr and the census taker whei
Replace your old sewing machine !tre last three months Isting ; northwestern counties and is affiliated -
Mr and Mrs. A. E. McKinney.Mr. j Sparks and Rev. I> D. Haines are i, belt with a new Singer Belt the intention of killing himself in j krid of violations and amounts of with the National AAA. It the latter calls at the farm. Food Prices!

and Mrs. J. E. Hardy were attending the Florida Baptist !I from Denmark Furniture Co. tf her presence. He blacked out I I bends or fines. They were also interested i!is a private organization with no 1 The 1959 Census of AgriculturE'
of Mr. and Mrs.!convention in Tallahassee from I I he told the when ,
Saturday guests mentally jury, in the total revenue of ,enforcement powers other than ..' .
Robert Wilson in Jacksonville and 'Tuesday to Friday. I Join Miss W.Lillian Griffin Stump attended and a style Mrs. ,: the time came and shot her instead -.the city and the percentage cornin. commendations to its member- -.- i WAYNE'SCASH
attended the FloridaGeorgiagame. I Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson at- of himself without realizing fines and forfeitures.
from
I! snow 4n Tampa over the weekend. ?
shipAfked
i tended the Fort White Methodist j :Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka what te was doing. I When queried about their defin- what steps the organization ,

Extra Bobbins save limr-Stocl:i'Church} homecoming on Sunday.Iis!i spending several weeks with her' i I:tin: of a "speed trap" the answer ,| would take if it concluded FloridaTheatre I
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up with Singer Bobbins at Den' I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell and j teughter. Mrs. Herbert Thomas Farm Census was "a city which operates its law ;;that law enforcement in Lawtey
mark Furniture Co. tl family were in Live'Oak Sunday I I ,
and family.Mr. enforcement for gain. II j was too harsh Jones gave three
J. F. Flem- .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. Merritt Williams Jobs Are Open According to the last quarterly''Fist recommendations for change

Hunter Special! i"1g'. Mrs. Ted Phelps of 'of SUrke. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I report of the city finances total ;tc the Mayor. If these are not .
Mr. and
Miner of Akron Ohio and Mrs. income for the three months was i i heeded the next step would b?
: 12 Ga. 16 Ca 20 Ga. Aurora Ill. were Sunday visitorsof .J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville drove I Applications for employment as{, 4147.46 with $...667.50 derived ,publication of the opinion of club:

410 Ca. Also 22 Shells Mr... and Mrs. David Montgomery. Lakeland Saturday morning to census takers for the 1959 Censusof from fines and forfeitures. Other''officials in its regular issue of its 6SUPERETTE 71 Madison St.

eat Frances Landrum a studentat Agriculture in Bradford County farts listed were that about 95 percent j:magazine. The last resort would I ,
: 10% OFF Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Deaver Sunday of Florida-Southern who came will be accepted starting Nov. 9. of the violations were for:be to route traffic around the city SAT. NOV. 14 i We Give

Brunswick, Ga. were Mrs. C- H. Nas- home With them for the weekend. i Persons interested in these Jobs Improper passing" and that no i i for all members who asked that atrr.vel '-J.

BEST BUY IN TOWN guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O- F. Siemer Sr. 'I should notify Mrs. Annie R traffic violations were listed a- i I route be mapped for them. ; I Family Stamps

See Our Prices Before You \rorthy. and granddaughter. Belle spent Thomas at 1701 N. First St., Lak i v tip Pufs ttk

Buy! Mr. and Mrs. B. Moxley have the' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. City who is serving as crew leader B BBH B B HHBiARMOURS'
moved into their new home at ri- F. Booe in Jacksonville.Mr. for this area. She can bleached e: Volleyball League I County Population Brand On lore

: IMPERIAL 1310 Searing street. and Mrs. Hebert of Lake I at telephone number 161iin
SERVICE STATION Mr. and Mrs. George Powell of Charles' La. will arrive Sunday Lake City.A Still leading in the Volleyball:Estimated At 12,900 rYt

: Highway 301 North Newton. N. C. are visiting Mrs. J. for several weeks visit with their release sent to the Telegrapl II I League. Starke Cabinet Shop took PURE LARD

H. Fields for ten days.ALVAREZ' daughter.: Mrs. L. C. Smith, and. last week was in error, and gavE!I Maintenance Shop in two games Bradford County's populaton is I
family. the wrong name and address ot stand F I dropped one with scores of currently estimated at 12.900, a 4 LB. BUCKET

; Men's Clothing 111I11 Mrs. Benny Walters has returned t the crew leader thus resulting i ii 9-15. 15-6, and 15-11 last Thurs-. gam of 12.2 per cent over the

: ii IIIII STORE Established 1894 to her home in Middle Village, confusion on the part of severa I day night. Jaycees beat State 1950 census figure according toa i C

N. Y after three weeks visit with persons wishing to apply for jobs Prison employees two games, 15-, report made m a survey by the .q 3b

he parents Mr. and Mrs. A- L. Applicants for census-takinj r, 8, 15-8. !!Uriversity of Florida. I ,

Crosby Sr. and family. jobs must be citizens of the U. S.' Thursday Nov. 12, Jaycees will: Clay County was estimated at I II
: The tribute 1 I
perfect to '
Mr. and: Mrs. Merritt Williams. have a high school education o r' meet Maintenance Shop at 7 p.m. ,H.800. a 315 increase over 1950: John Wayne ANY BRANnCIGARETTES

a cherished memory nad as Sunday dinner guests Mr. ;'furnish evidence of comparabl e and Cabinet Shop will play Prison while Union County was credited

.. !, fond Mrs. G. R. Rogers and family experience, be in good physica I employees at 8. i with 8,900 [which includes inmates Sophia Loren

I Every funeral that we conduct of Gainesville. Mrs. Walter Rogers health and of excellent characterand On Thursday. Nov. 19, the early at the State Prison and ;

I is a source of sustaining and Mrs. J. R. Rogers of Jackson- be at least 18 years of age.!game will be Maintenance Shop i showed no change from 1950. Rossano Brazil I LIMIT 3 PKGS.69c .
ville. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minerof vs. State Prison, followed by Jay-
They must have sufficient financial Alacnua County was estimatedat
: solace and spiritual
inspira.'f Akron, Ohio and Miss Frances: resources to sustain themselve!;I tees vs. Cabinet Shop. 81,600, up 43.2 per cent. :
tion to the family. .
of FloridaSouthern.Miss
ndrum
f for approximately four or' fiv e I Legend of
at the I
Sylvia Paulk sang
weeks from the date of a I
Hundreds of details are managed and economically dinner-dance at the Garden Cen- {..ointment until they receive itr i the Lost- :i 1i I EsoaaassasaBBB

a attended to that only a trained and careiui ter in Jacksonville Saturday evening salary check. Applicants wit!h i ': BOTTLE

organization can perform when the urgent neee I given by the Southside Gateway veteran preference who meet al 1

for serving is at hand.DeWITT I Plaza Woman's Club. I requirements 1be\ given priority .". !(OWPA'eTEQHWtOI"BliflE CLOROX
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick have non-veterans. ::kAl j n DISI ;
C. JONES moved to Folkston! Ga. over
Farm census job applicants mss't I ONE QUART
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones visited I
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE ,
be licensed to operate and mus t

,J PHONES: WO 4.26000 4.2610 Mr.< starGa.and Mrs."6nSitufdaf"tmii Roy Shaw in, Vald Mr.- i provide a privately-owned automobile I ,I 1"Sc.

\v.. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept I and Mrs. Charles Godfrey m in good condition. Censu S

ANY life Insurance policy in force issued! by ANY company as Sunday. takers will be paid seven cents a
Jasper on
'
i BBSamBBB I
mile for official
payment In part or in full on funeral services. Consultation Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire travel. I I

I. caries '%o obligation. I ga.-e a surprise birthday party ., I SUPERIOR
Phil L. Brown I t
Saturday evening for their son, ;
I II
''I R:y. Twelve guests enjoyed a 'Dies Of InjuriesIn I I OLEO

I hamburger' "cookout" with Rayon I Ii
the occasion. Accident i
I
: Mr- and Mrs. Lloyd Green cele- r Q. -.rcM 1e j Lb.19c

brated their 28th wedding anniversary -I; Phil Luther Brown, 34, of Mi. I
Saturday evening at din- :; tai, formerly of the State Farm I -

ner with their son-in-law and ;; dec Nov. 4 as a result of injurie: j

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard I received j in an automobile acci I GA. SWEET
.
: We now have the I Cunningham in Keystone Heights. :. mt in Rhode Island, where hi ; t ii iii I

.. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of was stationed; with the regulai i i I gar. POTATOESLb.
Webster we>;e Sunday visitors of Navy.
Services of Second Television 1 it'iti
a Mi. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin.Mr. Born July 5, 1925, he was thE I ..BATTLING

and Mrs. C. P. Tison of !'son of Mr. and Mrs. Artemis W.. 19c
Repairman Fernandina Beach were weekend Brown of the state Farm.. THE DANGERS OF .

guests of Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Besides his parents, he is survived __4 THE RANGE TOGETHER! ,.--

MrsJ.. W. Kincaid. ; by his wife. Alice Brown wl Surging,tfcfiH wtpl odvenlvf
Miami: one daughter, Zelda J fc of o bolls de.eho..and
Purchase<< any model of Singer;: .n 3-LB. CELLO
#
PAUL SEASCHOLTZ Sewing Machine at: Denmark! Brown of Miami; a stepsoivHow- t.F woman'* bra that kindled

Furniture Co. tf I ard Phillips, and a stepdaughter ft Save K on fail bitter 0owMtodi raudl RICE
,
Jackie Mae Phillips all of Miami; A
A chartered bus with 20 Starke two brothers, Carl Brown Starke !OSt$. ,..Ran _,

couples attended the Florida- and Artemis, Jr. of the Stat: Automatic forted.-1. I II LIMIT ONE33c

who comes to us with ten years' Georgia game in Jacksonville Saturday Firm: five sisters, Mrs. Dora air heatin9.e v II i I
afternoon and enjoyed sup- Hill. Mrs. Lucille Rowe, Mrs I
P"T at the Garden Restaurant Shirley Gnann. and Miss ErnestinBrown.
experience in this field. I afterward. all of Starke and Mrs. New ,i I

I Miss Barbara' Colley accompanied !,I Emma Joe Hardenbrook Miami ImprovedSUPER ALL MEAT HICKORY
Miss Jo Ella Claussen to her Funeral services were held at ;

.home in Sheboygan Wis. last pm.. Monday in Hope Baptis 3t SMOKED
: Tuesday and Hew home on Sun- MOKESJOYCESHAYNE
Church Theressa. Burial was ii tN '
.o- '
day.Mr. I I the church cemetery under th 4 4;': -' SAUSAGELb. r
and Mrs. Mack Futch and direction of DeWitt C. Jone J/II//t/ 'r'r
I children were in Tallahassee last Funeral Home. iiIA IJII .< SHAGGY _
s.oa"

We appreciate your patience and I Mr.Friday and on Mrs business Merrill and Futch.visited CHALLENGER OIL HEATERHere .. .: : ,, "{,1V-, 39cGovt.

I Mrs. Neal Joyner has joined the I II
consideration in the clerical staff at City Hall. !" ia advanced design offeringyou ''\ ar
past and f# real
beating
are I GREEN OAKS. 1 economy CQIDoobiDed Graded Tender
Mr. and Mrs Mack Futch and i. with moderate cost.
'I
confident that the I children visited Mr. and Mrs. I '
addition of a Plus "The Mouse Jack Built
I Howard Luedke in Lake City on I .RESTAURANT. .2-WAY MONEY- Cartoon. ROUND STEAK

second repairman to our staff will Sunday. I' .

Singer Sewing Machine Needles UNDER BACK GUARANTEErf SUN., MON., TUES.. WED: Lb. f

enable us to render you the prompt I at Denmark Furniture Co. tf NEW MANAGEMENT o..rcmt.td to gird you .or. I No,,. 15 Thru 18 AQc

Mrs. Frazier Shaw had as weekend comfort in every room of your
service that feel en tb .uiy forciMw *r tWo fiomo .* Ion' foot shoe mwf
we our customers guests. Gene Shaw of Macon, Fried Chicken
Quaker H..t.r.quipp.d with .rdinery h.ol.r .r'TOURo.tom.tic f JAMES STEWART GRADE "A"
Ga. Miss Pat Beecher of Atlanta
; "
forted air fen mud MONET 8AtX.Mom.tic .
deserve. We invite you to give us ..1 Lamar Shaw. Miss Marilyn Herbert (Legs Choice or of Breast TwoVegetables ) pir feed.iittmific : G..,........to hoof jrowt lomt I,lEE BEN REMICK AZZARA'
and Wayne Speer of Athens. "* .. I FRYERSLb.
en 25% t. WU% ktt t ARTHUR O'CONNEU.
a trial] the next time TV 1..1 Mr and Mrs. E. M. Davis were rid < 1 than .ny ordinary ttatr or EYE ARDEN '
your FORCED AIR .
Cole Slaw Dessert YOUK MONEY BACK.txcbijvo .
in Archer over the weekend visiting i GRANT
I KATHRYN
Mabee MW
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Coffee or Tea jour *
; Radi.ntRo. FrMt 29c
Needs Attention! Quaker aa into1; .
Mamie Anderson. Rolls or Corn Cookies matic forced air k,, .besides forced air circulating I '
iMatinf ayctca. i' 'f
_
warmth smooth flow of
get a
Mrs. J. R. Kite was visiting Dr. heat .
TaroT iadfon \ radiant warmth throughout
and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and Judge and oil the room. I -
_
$1.00 ..automatically. i -
and Mrs. Glenn Terrell in Tallahassee Q.aktr tonj-tifo "Sw.E.l.ts" I LEAN
over the weekend.Mr. Circulate Burner-gives extra heat.from !
wI and :Mrs. Comer Perryman We appreciate your business OJiE-THIRD ,net. warmer die every drop of oil. Doesn't smoke I PORK CHOPS
tbaa onfaoary hater blower or Jude
at of tire.AllSt.
stage
V.Y of Jacksonville were weekend and are running a any I
of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. place where '"! Mtrvcr-givea 5-1/3 .i,
; guests you can bring rC
times faster than old-
4 warm-up Plus "Talking Horse Sense"Cartoon. Lb.
SALES Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen your families too. No beer '- Aiiodietie fashioned mow heating cast iron. 49C
.
rtfited+ Dr. and Mrs. Argen Boggusin or dancing. We need your ; Fins Handy Front Lighting Door I _
Tavares over the weekend. R MRED Approved,for safety by Underwriters Ii
head in
wo our business. Laboratories Waist
i I Thurs. Fri. Nov. 19 20Plus
-
Cowen
Mr. Charlie
and Mrs. ,
I AnkxnatkaTI:? enppkea T.m Satekg high finger-tip control Evr-
4-4975 and family were Sunday dinner WE SPECIALIZE IN correct amount Clear flame door e 'Automatic OPEN
burner. HICIfI
of air to brie
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jack- HOME MADE PIES. Eliminates draft Safety- oil valve o Automatic I k
SERVICE son at the State Farm. problems* draft regulator. ,. 7 Days A Week

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zack and Lewis B. Earls and Wife
I L

: family have moved to Jacksonville. Owners and Operators Denmark Furniture Co. of StarkeFREE i T v_ Until 9) P.M.

NOW YOU ran make 60-second f 3 Miles South of Starke I "Mystery Moonlight"Cartoon.

pictures without flashbulbs with on U. S. 301 .
new Polaroid SOW Speed Film at TRUCK DELIVERY PH. WO 4-4401 Open 7 A.M..
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TIIUKMJAY, XOV. 12. 1'J.V! !) RR'i/roRI) rOITXTY TELECIRAPH.
STAUKK. FLOHIUA .
C.u;i:: pua
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I r t Rehearsal Supper i!'Norma Jean B.ell---- Mrs. C. R. Hager Carl Johns .301 WideningIn Rotarians ToldImportance ,I


I For Wedding Party :To Wed Mr. Neely Heads Auxiliary New President Marion County Of


II At Andrews HomeMr. Of Clay HospitalThe 50 Per Cent CompleteA Language Study


and Mrs. Chester Andrews! i Memorial ,,101 ChamberCarl ,'
Clay Hospital
1: $999356 four-laning road con-
of New River were hosts atlovely a Ian-rage
Auxiliary Board met Oct. 28 under 'S'l uctlon project on U. S. 301

lawn supper party Thursday the direction of the new pres. Johns, businessman and re- ..orth from the Marion was: stressed in a talk at the Rotary -
k Gladys Mooty evening of last week for their tiled City Clerk, was elected president County
I
._._._ _,_.. I idl."ntIrs.. Charles R. Hager, who line into Aluchua County for 3.5 Club Wednesday by O. E Perez. -
.. Ad "" --- - -. son. Wilbur, and his fiancee.: Miss I of the Starke-Bradford
I II Iil
expressed her desire for the com roi'tts thioujih Island Grove is 50 ; supervisor of the Foreign Language :
Glenda Parker, following their [ County Chamber of Commerce at
Miss Joan FurlongIs 'Carmichael-Harley r r ing year to be as successful as: ix r rent ((Jm ldj>. according to Section of the National IVfrnse -
wedding rehearsal. a luncheon meeting of the board
the preceding one. the State: load Department- Kdtiration Art for Florida.
ComplimentedAt The delicious supper was serve 1:I I of din-dors:: here Monday. C. R.
j 1 In order to plan the new year's The construction consistsof "If we are" to live in peace and
ii from Huger, superintendent' of the due
a buffet table on the lawn I
Bridal Shower iI j I 'I program Mrs. Hager stressed th an additional two-lane highwayto .. vurity in our shrinking worM,
I under overhead lights. The 35 .Pent mining operations at. Stal'kl'"an.1
of the we must attain a goal in better
i I necessity completing the membership existing road. The bridgework
Law i-
guests included the wedding ley was ek-ctwi' vice president.
The home of Mrs. B. T. Thomaswas par'j : list Members were urg.| inrjudes: an overpass across communications with those who
ty, members of the immediate
the setting for a beautiful i: i families and out-of-town guests. ed to renew their membership ati ; Logan Gay and Joe Arnold were the Seaboard Airline Railroad at :seek our advice and help to uphold -

bridal shower given by friends|t, Mrs. Andrews assisted 1 i their earliest convenience. Dues I wlcGmd: as new incmbei of the, Islaiitl: Grove. I the Democratic vs.ay ot life,"

Monday evening honoring Miss'I was by 1 ; racy be mailed to the treasurer" ,beard! of directors.I U- S. 301 u A major north-south I the speaker said.
Mrs.
,
Floyd Wiggins and Mrs. R f
Joan Furlong, popular bride-elect. R. Andrews. r- Mrs. Herman Vos, of MidUleburg. I A committee, with Gay as IIij!'hvay through Starke Waldo, Perez wag introduced by L II.

+ A yellow and white color motif Active meiflbership dues are $1 L chairman, was appointed to ex- !-awhmrlP. (kat'!. Dado City, and Gibson. Bradford County school
!
was achieved in the flower arrangements |I R'g. and associate members $5. i plate the !sibiliuco of foimmg oj to Sarasota It carries more supervisor.

placed at vantage j I g.L t. Bazaar PlannedBy i Application for new members;J.an I industrial development corporation ;.than 6000 vehicles rfally.

points throughout the party I WSCS Circle I j > may be obtained from the memi : which could help finance Shell Low Bidder

rooms. A focal point was the ," i l kership chairman, Mrs. D. D. Yel- buildings for industries that might 'Jax Fair Exhibit ; John A. Torode. local Shell oil

large potted crotons gracing the .h ; Next ThursdayCircle Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bell of ton Green Cove..spr JIts.- .want to move into the county in d; lJibuto:'. was low bidder on fuelO

front of the fireplace. Starke announce the engagement the future. It was pointed out Bradford County is represented ;' for Bradford County Hospital,
4 of the First :MethodistWSCS : '
Therefrf'shment table was love- will hold a bazaar all ?nd approaching marriage of their \VSCS Circle Three"Relocated that, for tax purposes many industries ba booth at the Greater Jacksonville it W-5S announced yesterday by

ly with a handmade lace cloth .. Nov. day daughter, Norma Jean, to Glen i prefer not to own their Arri''iiltural and Industrial P. E. Eilniondson.! hospital aden -
from
Thursday. 19. 9
over pale yellow linen. Centering I a.m. Neely, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Chinese Christians, own buildings, but ate willing to ; Fair which opened. Wednesday. thetank wagon price of 16.2
to 7 in
the table was an artistic arrangement R irS. p.m. Fellowship Hall. A was the topic piesentfd by Mrs. :J..y sufficient rent to pay off the On exhibit are agriculturaland nj-nistrator. Torode's bid was
Neely Merryville, La.
of yellow and white turkey dinner will be served from, Titus Olson when circle Three' of cost of the building over a period indurtnal products from the !bawd on the tank wagon price of
The will take
wedding place onSaturday L
iTt. 5:30 to 7 with tickets ,
gladioli and clusters of silver berries I.,. : p.m $1.50 the Fir Methodist WSCS met o: >ears. .county. and a model of the new ir.2 cants per Gallon, less fire'ecits.
i Jan. 1(5( in the MaxvilleBaptist
1-- for adults and $1 for children. I Ise'ate Pn< in a silver container. Balancing .. Wednesday. Nov. 4, at 10 a.m. in was ar- a net of cents per
the setting were silver candleholders I 1I A variety of Christmas gifts, Church. I I Fellowship Hall. After the busi-!,Negro Husband I ranged by Robert Mclntire. direct- gallonThere) was an escalator
Mr. Neely is stationed at Cecil
Mrs. Delores Carmichael ofJaksonville decorations! and sweets will be of- ness <.r of the Chamber of Commerce. 1 clause to provide for any advances
yellow tapers. session
with burning refreshments
Field N.A.S., Jacksonville. were
j I I announces the engagement f-Ted at the bazaar. Coffee, served by the hostess Held For Assault i and County Agt: nt G. T. Huggins. cn tl-p! tank wagon -price. Ed-
Mis. Jack
,
: : and approaching mar- cake, and snacks will be sold out-. I After the wedding the couplewill l rn-ind said

:Mrs. B. T. Thomas greeted'guests i'nage: : of her daughter, Sandra side the hall during the day. reside in Baldwin and laterIn McComb. Albert! James Smith 26 year old ,

at the door and presented I,|I Elaine to St. Clair Harley, Jr., Chairman of arrangements are, Louisiana. I I Negro of the Speedville community -:,
com-1
them to the receiving line of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley NROTC Exams' (
i'' son )Irs. W. B. Thompson Jr.. Mrs. near Keystone Heights was
;posed of Mrs. J.V.. Furlong ',Sr. of Staike.AfisVr"CarmicnaeT. Fred Snell and Mrs. Stan Staneff. Hicks-Goolsby I i jaailed here on charges of assault .t

Mother of the honoree Miss Fur- is a graduate iI i I Slated By Navy and battery on a warrant sworn

long, Mrs. L. A. Canova. and .:: !of Paxton Senior High School in '' :
Circles -- '1" 'For December cut bv his wife. Erma Jean 27.
12
Baptist
J. T. Lawson. ..Jacksonville, class of 1959. I ;,i 1 The Negiess said her husband: And

Pouring coffee or tea from silver :j! :\!r. Harley graduated from Met TuesdayMrs. ,.<: >..-1, National competitive examina- 'beat her up in a cemetery near I t

services during the first hour Bradford County High School in tions will be given Dec. 12 for the their home. Smith told the judgeit I

wereIrs.. G. B. Flynn Sr., and the class of 1957. H. L. Speer presented a was a little "misunderstanding. : '
,regular Naval Reserve Officers
lire. I* G. Powell. The second' The wedding will be an event of piii'iair on Missions in the New ." His bond was set at $500.

hours, Mrs. J. H. Mabry Jr.. and :i1hs. ':' ursday. Nov. 26. at 5 p. m. in Testament when Lottie Moon Cir- .. Training r-y H P.Corps, it was announced 'I Shop
Smith. Chief of Naval
N. S. Pankel.! Serving as the Heilbronn Baptist Church. ,
c'e of the First Baptist WMS met
; Personnel
.
floor hostesses were :Mrs.: R. R. | All friends and relatives of the Tuesday night!? at 730 o'clock recently. .MOTOROLA'Phonos !
High school seniors and 1I :
'
Andrews. Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mrs. [couple are invited to attend. vith Mis. G. J. McGriff Sr. The grad- !
uates who make application before -
L. O. Hazen. :Mrs. V. V. Ha/en.. i meeting was closed with sentence Nov. 14 will be eligible for ,'i, At
Jr.trs.::
:Mrs. Freeman Register !:Stork Shower : pi ayt'rs. the examinations. ,.
Leola Roberts, :1lrs.: M. L. Law-I ;, Lorena Epperson Circle met with f.. ..
) Designed to the of-
For Mrs. Turner V supplement
son. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. j :'Miss: Betty Jane MorganMrs.. J.
'
j.j.fb..tt. : ficers output of the Naval Acad- Koch
\
The hostesses presented the! conducted the
| Harold Davidson '. 1 f" :
I i : ; his choice if it has
.
i I Mis. Joe Wallace and Mrs. Mi1aZeigler 1 an NROTC unit.
in heri
bride-to-be with the platter devotional, and Mrs. Frank Mitchell :
of the State Farm were b J it possible for a man to
young : for
chosen china pattern as! a memento save a brief summary of MisSIons Jt .. ,. j tbe
hostesses stork earn a regular commission while
of the occasion.Approximately at a delightful in the New Testament. .... .st'M

200 guests were shower Monday evening honoringMrs. Seven members presented a skit ......."1' studying at .the civilian college of I $1.00 BOX

the hours Bobby Turner. '! do circle i his choice if it has a NROTC unit. young Reg. $$7.95
., invited to call during i on What not to at a ,
All tuition, fees, and books
seven-thirty to nine o'clock. The Wallace home was lovelyfor mt-eting." are

the occasion with anangernents Anne Armstrong Circle met furnished by: the Navy, and, the set. CHRISTMASCARDS

of fall flowers and pyracan- TkHh: Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., with Mrs. student recei'es.an. annual) retainer -I 21 INCH

I 1C tha berries. Appropriate games;I jC. A. Darby as co-hostesses. Mrs. of $600 for four years. Duringthe

f TMEAT., wei played t during the evening Arlin McKinght. Mrs. Tjler Jones, Mrand Mrs. S. R. Hicks announce summer the student goes on

STARKE fL-:. and prizes were awarded<< to the and Mrs. Darby presented the pro- the engagement and approaching an interesting training course as DOLLS79c
their
marriage of daughter -
winners. Mrs. Turner receivedher 1 gram on Missions from the Bible. a midshipman. After completing

I many lovely) and useful giftsin ; Refreshments were served by Marcelme. to John AllenGoolsby I the usual four year college course.
; SUN.. MON.. TUES. I :: of Starke. f toe is commissioned
a gayly decorated bassinet. Thet.ostt'SPS !;, the hostesses of each circle. in the Regular r -

.. Nov. 15, 16, 17 'I presented her with a :Miss .Hicks is a graduate of :Navy or Marine Corps and go<". 195
i ,
Bradford High School, class of
:
i: matched and robe set a on active duty as a
No Name On The gown as Mrs. Glenn Hostess prospective
}I', j memento of the occasion. i! 1&58, and is employed by Bradford ''career" officer.

BulletAudle I Mrs..: Alice Anderson of Staike, To UDC Chapter Furniture Corporation inthwrke. J High school seniors and graduates -

!Ii w .- p I / who
have
mother of the honoree was among reached their 17th
Murphy Joan Kvans: and | The W. T. Weeks chapter IT. D. Mr. Goolsby is also a 1958 graduate --
the 20 guests. birthday: anniversary and not the I ELECTRIC BLANKETS
Charles DrakePlus
of of Bradford School and 24-95
I C. met Wednesday afternoon ,' High 21st on'july 1, 19GO may apply for
Cartoon : last week at the home of :Mis.: W. i is at present serving in the U. S.I'
an aptitude test. Those passingwill
CYF Members i Powell, Marine Corps, stationed at Camp
Come Next Spring I F. Glenn. Mrs. "I. G. ,
be
i given a physical examination WITH DUAL CONTROL
I president, presided over the meet- Le Jeutw, N. C.
Enjoy HayrideThe I and from this pool approximately THE MOPPET
: BIG-TONE/ PHONO
event
I The marriage; will be an -
Wed., Thur. Nov. 18, 19 I i jnS- I I I, 1GOO will be chosen to be- FOR YOUNGER MUSIC IOVIRS
lof December} 12 in the Bethel l lI
Community Youth Fellowship Mrs. F. B. Beard gave an in-1 pin, their naval careers next Youngsters will love this trim
HOUDINITony I will be guests of the Christian -, tciesting historical program on ''Ejjjtist Church with Rev. R. L.l tember. Sep lightweight portable. It playa j SPECIAL I COUNTERSOME

Curtis and Janet Leigh \ Youth Fellowship Sunday evening -: "Songs and Customs of the Old Le officiating, ofI I Application forms are available all four speeds. Durable crystal $
L. A.i No invitations are being mailed cartridge. Large Golden $1
Mrs.: .
I at the First Christian Church South. Delegates '
It Happened To Jane and 1 f I but all friends and relatives of the from the )local recruiting officer or Voice speaker. Tone control, VALUES UP TO $5, J6,

DorU Day, Jack Immon and II after church services for an hour's Davis, Mrs. Herbert Thomas, ''couple are*invited. may be obtained: by writing the volume control. Rugged but

lecieation.Iast :Mrs. Mattie: Gahagan, gave a report Chief of Naval Personnel, Navy gay two-tone case finished in $7 AND $8
Ernie: Kovars i I Red and White and
conventionheld Blue
Florida or
the' on the i
Saturday evening Dt'partmf'nt'ashington 25, D. C. .
1 -
White. -
Plus Cartoon October.A High School PTA
Christian Youth Fellowship enjoyed in Jacksonville in
(Model 2F11)2SPEAKER
a hayride, driven by Ethan delicious dessert course was I j jj
Schedules Cancer j
Fri., Sat. Nov. :20. 21 ProgramBy Study
I I Sapp. out to Willard Wynn's Silver served to the 11 present duringthe I

I Perfect Furlough I Lake home for a weiner, social hour. Science StudentsBradford To Be ConductedOf

Tony Curtis anti Janet Leigh j lonst. Following the roast, out-!I -- :} I :

door games and fireside chatterwas I i Little Women high school PTA will 100 FamiliesA ---::i: "':: ..-.$#J'.."- ,- l- 4'i. 'Vi
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Vera Ralston, Forrest cancer Prevention Study of J.t/i: t! ;
Tucker The school .
and[ CYF group is accepting donations 1:?O p. m. in the high :"
Joan Leslie j+ of food and cafeteria. I iOO Bradford County families began ,;
I clothing for i 1 i f' :: i.if r
N. L. Woodburn presented a -
Plus 2 __ Color Cartoons 2 !' needy families as a Christmas "Gems and Diamonds" !Mrs. Hollis Knight, program this week<<: under.thedirection j oJ
,project. program on I chairman said the program will l.0: Mrs. Martha Snellen and Mrs.
at the Little Women'sClub
T
Alderman
I hein charge of the school science co-chairman appointed ,
at
.... meeting Monday evening } by chapter president. Dr. :
-a:.:. ._ ; i j department under the direction
the club house.
:;; teacherS Sarah Lou Wells. i j
of Charlie Cowen science \ E
After the program a buffet supper .' in grades 7 to 12 willdeimstrate Bradford County Cancer Society PUT THEIR

ATTENTIONHUNTERS was served by the hostesses, science experiments TOS honored by being selected to I
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Sarah Osborne. Dottie Dayton and in the new laboratories of the participate because chapter hasbeen I
A.me Matthews: honoring the new I -
: outstanding in its activities. "PLAYMATE" PHONO r HEALTH IN
1 .H'ence: department. J ,
members. Purpose) of the study is to compilea FOR QUAUTY-MINDED TEEMS } t

AND FISHERMEN! A
and the meeting adjourned. Southside PTA in? everyday things that when" easy on the osmium a all 4 SAFE HANDSYou

rifted reveal some of speeds. Dual et y>i. _
causes
i Hears County NurseThe may Two Golden Voice speaker,;
.l cancer and methods of prevention." I, Tone and volume controL ,

Southside Elementary PTA Each family answering the questions I( Smart two-tone case finished can depend on the skill of your physician
$ ca will followed in White with Gold and White
be for six
the cafe- yearsat 1'TBUST
met Tuesday, Nov. 3. in two year intervals. or Brown with Metallic I and the precision ol your pharmacist to

j j r lel:Mrs.a. Martha Snellen. county AH answers to questions are Tweed.Model "" I YOUR safeguard your family's health. Our part is

\ 4" I II 1 health nurse gaan .interesting swfidjntial and even the worker I 2F12)I I DRIGIST to fill prescriptions accurately from lop-
I who delivers the Questionaire will
I I'I i i talk on eyes Sand ears when the not know what answers are made ri 1 quality drugs.
I Southside PTA met *
Elementary
Mr and Mrs. Jack Hazen of : by the cooperating family or per- 1itih'J' Ut
Tuesday. Nov. 3, in the cafeteria.Mrs.
j Starke announce the birth of a'tau son. To be eligible to participate i ir

_hter Ruth. Ella on Nov. 3. : Canova's first grade won the :r.ch person must be at least 30 itfhikf .

--- See Our Sports Department ___ at St. Vncent's Hospital. Mrs. rjcm count and refreshmentswere :years old because about 96 per aJti I i
first grader \
served the
by : }
Hazen i* the former Clara Thomas. cent of all cancer cases occur i .

GUNS Bank mothers. alter that age. All answers are I
( Financing) i
I purely for research purposes and

SHELLS ... HUNTING JACKETS i i Bradford County Hospital ann MYF Hayride will be revealed to no one. 1 1i 1I KOCH DRUG STOREPhone

GUN - CASES
SNAKE BITE KITS II I Mr. and Mrs. David Todd ofLake Held SaturdayThirtysix tact ten families each include Mrs. II I

( Butler a son Tony Lamar. James Temple. Brooker; Mrs. J. A- WO 1-1101 Starke Fla.

Nov. 4. : members of the Intermediate G .ann, Theressa; Mrs. Louise !

All Popular : Mr. and Mrs. William Henry : Methodist Youth Fellowship Stern Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. P. _
'OILIt's
Edwards of Starke, a daughter. : enjoyed a hayride Satur- G. Felos.! Miss Dorothy Alvarez.

CASTING PLUGS TROWLING LURES I Susan Lynne, Nov. 5 ,day evening. Mrs. J. D. Warren all in Starke: .

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henry Accompanying the group were Jnd: someone still to be appointed low..it's lovely

Complete Stock Artificial Worms |I jockel of Starke, a son. Jeffery Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. In Lawtey. I f
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I Richard. Nov. J. :Mine: Goldwire, and Kathleen I
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Popular Brand Rods and Reels Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis of ;'ConwayAfter a ride out to Rai- Ten Week Fireleu 1 I t .it'swith

I Staike, a daughter, Margaret Diane ford and Heilbronn Springs they

I NGv. C. returned to Fellowship Hall for Record BrokenA I I the famous Cool Safety Cabinet 7 .;p 1 ,

Come In Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer of refreshments and games.:
and Brouse Around I I The Dearborn Crest blends into all decorative a
Lawtey a daughter, Cynthia Deuce ten-week stretch.In .which I
I schemes. Because of the Cool Safety Cabinet,
I youcan
!' Nov. 6. Junior Club there were no forest fires in the
YOU MAY OBTAIN YOUR HUNTING: LICENSES I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett of'' county was broken last week with use it as an extra table...put books ash trays even :

AND FISHING LICENSES HERE! I Lawtey. a daughter Rhonda Kay To Sponsor DanceThe one fire that burned over three: a potted plant on top! Newly designed Glc>.Brite ndrt -

t- ants Forward-Flow Circulation, and improved original -
Nov 8.Mr. .
acres, it was reported by the Forest -
: and Mrs. Lewis Crews of Junior Woman's Club will Fre Service t features provide better heating for your home! j.that's

Starke. a son, Lewis Franklin, sponsor a homecoming dance after There have been 31 forest fires t .
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STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone football ... why lle/wli. -. ittb!
N&\'. 8. Friday night's game in the county so- fat this year v"J a. :. z.

Mr. and Mrs Johnny Carter of from ten to. one o'clock in the with 17011: Seres' darned as-.compared t .

Wo 4.4201 Starke, Fla. M'ddK'burg. a daughter. Tressa armory.. Admission will be $2 a with 97 fires and 582.4

I Rene, Nov. 9. | couple and<< $1 stag. Thl'reVill acres burned" tit the! same period SLADE GAS COMPANYPhone

I Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder of be stereo music and door prizes. last year t

= Starke a eon MOT. 10. 1{The public is invited. ....__ WO 4-3551 Starke, Fla.


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Station r7r:\ilde date pr..te..ted. 1 hy I.. k and suit f.'r fredrr'1trr: of mortgage has". J., .n- s. fiin,..>liiUtni PiuMiiis. Ja kMMlV ail: l h.. taken a- ."'r..*-..... lr too 1 I' !'
Forestry 'n'4 tnu in :hena. al."* :2. KI..ndd and .
\ been !ili at:* flit th r- T.-: n 'tt-M1hdil! I. pu1.111rtdI..II 11\1.)
editorialToo I',.; s i.. in.lud.. maintenance fat .. ..,1. <-..nrt ante au"" and l.I'u ai- 'umil l in the ,.r .MI- <'I< rkf ncrk for tour .-<.n..f' utitrui'K I( : 4'loatl.! A. 'arh .
I ) ..n.. '.-ai r..yu.: I. (-- \'. a "1" r \ "iranjnrr tin <"" nit O.ui I .>n "; tf"r'' tlt.i .- in the Krailford C"untT..I...- c irk of th.. Circuit Court
Fish Fry Set I'ri-v- ,. .. I r ..n the Plaintiffs I lilt ..f l Ile. ".'* ,.
t. in.-lud allowance f r one .r 1.1."dinf .lilt. I I" 'h. !1\\ 'Mill -r "h ]r.y Marian L. lV"sl>>'. |H | m% ''1'1 i ;'
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f I 1) .National <'a"h tesi:;isl.r. .\11.-"., t:",i:;.'r''' Towrr l:dice} A.: .iil sraf-.n'-! .I; <:lId i ',Mi.pLimi '.itol ILL i ljy of ;Nutoulir.; 11 II 4t I' :
>'."i..I: Siri.! tat, 1:1-:1'-\\| o Dr.Sei.il ..
Long To Wait For Nov. 19thA ;.NumberMll; 'Thi..
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I".hnl'; can be m"'J e t< e ", I h.. -ffiie ..f the ('it> Clerk.S'arke. .
There are two favorite topics of local conversation large attendance i ig expectedat Kl..ndnl.. I
of the mothballs at the tree fish to be held at Th.i.1. Pity r ser\e the risht tu
that are taken out reg- fry ... q'I "r re jet t anv or all hid.-'. :
verbal the Forest Fire Prevention Sta- n'n'I! )-" :JT\IKI:. FI.lIIII'\
intervals dusting-off
ular : giving a good .
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tion on SR 100 between Starke a t'7 ,, .
and again "until the I II 12 .
then put away forgotten : :21 11 I 19tirn ,
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and Lake Butler on Thursday.ov. -,-.
next regular meeting. I
? 19. from 5 to 7 o'clock. \ i: 'in mnnIn : : !
irrnil <'''nrt. HmtHoril' ('' ?
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These, of course, are: permanent exhibit buildings Hosts on this occasion will be Mnridn In < hanrrrj. j4

for our Bradford County Fair, and a county the Fire Prevention Committeesof <'n"e ,.. I-"Iti
I'ldintiff.
40 1.1. Smathers
Bradfoid and Union Counties. ts.
industrial development corporation. It would be ''-at I Franklin Sn.athrrs. Uercnd!.

hard to find two more needed projects, or two ana the general public of both aryl .,
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counties is invited to the T..l'ikar -
that have been more discussed! in recent years. enjoy TuU ear Krankl! Smatherslios .
event. Purpose of the gathering I ROSE BUSH
R. .. .'e .r.Iiolt'n..e and address is un-
This is not to be taken as criticism i of those is to get the citizens of the two i t, .x."n are hrH notified that a

who have done the talking. Indeed, we're grateful counties better acquainted with "11'1 I..r "i I rte has le..n filed a-
' the and riam't you in the tune nam..111' I I
l for it for at least it shows that those who purposes personnel of the 1'" \ and! aiiM- and >oti art r .|I"- ( 4t
and lire fighting unit. e.d (to .,:"*'* a copy of y,ue an.m.,rr p 4r
talk are thinking and showing interest havegood 1
W. C. Powell. chairman of the *- I.I.II"-.t.: the complaint| <.n tin t
intentions in matters of importance to the I" ini iff* :tit..tn..y. Julian XVarren.4 .
Bradford .
committee, andV. B. I'aymar HuiIdinK.. JaeksoariileF !
community. But the time has come when talk Lewis chairman of the Union -l':. !..riiia. anti file tli;.. original in
tale. and it's time for little bit of tt. "i".r'f thr:n.JU"of tl.,. I'in-ul' II1 ew+tt
i is getting a county group. have expressed" .
r .tir'' : on or before the I' da' of ,
action on both fronts.: hope for a large attendance by l.>... ..i.n-ttji 1:1:1.: : .rltrrw i iw. tlie al'I'ns -
of raid "*< ,
Vn>pJa1nt"will Ix
the citizens of both counties. .
During this year's successful Fair the pledgewas ta..11< 31'n"l Iic'nuifesseri i .. !Ihal l I-. Ie:roll.TI.i. t'"bli'lI'd"II' !

made that officials would leave no stone unturned Thriller BookedAt .,... a> Ii seek for four vonse,-ntite
nt- .s in the Hiadford I pant> Tele-
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in an effort to obtain adequate buildings ,.;rapli. .. 5tt>
before next fall. Enthusiasm always runs high Florida 4 Days I :l..".ttd. Iris 7 day of ;XuxembrrA ; ,

during the Fair and then, human nature being "Anatomy of A Murder." based j I\J,)

what it is, the pressure is off and things lag un- ('n last j-eai's No. 1 best-selling ,"lOrk ,of'parlay tlie '*ir. .Ilar"-iit Tourt ,. ,

til a few weeks before the next Fair when ot novel will occupy the screen at I:} .M.i iijii I,. t"ro-ln. I'epiitv I'Ifrk.n + ONE DAY ONLY 4yr
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course, it is too late to do anything about better the Florida Theatre Sunday '., r .

facilities.We through Wednesday. Featured in 'nTH''': TO tit......,u _
the all-star cast are James Stew- III I'irruM (........ Krnilford I'eBntr, _

do feel, however, that there is a lot of sincere art. Lee Remick Ben Gazzara Iiwndii.. In < hanrrrjvori.it ,,.
l'a.e fi 1's: I
effort behind this drive for adequate Fair. and Boston attorney Joseph 'r'1 1.. "',.. .'ral :-:.rvings: .'\: I.oan .\,,- SATURDAY, NOV. 14

buildings and perhaps this time there will be Welch as the judge. I .t Plainliff.IIInz"n Of 4afk-.oiuille. a torpor.iior Ii-nry-

and effort Stewart is seen as an attorney hart,-.. III and \''''ian1..1a... lIar- i
some follow-through a continuing ]I..t \h,,* \\ if... et al Iiefendant i
faced No Phone Orders
with the seemingly impossible Sorry Please
made to obtain these facilities. \;; >I'. T.1'1'1' I. ,
task of finding sympathetic; To- )Klrx-I.rt O.rp..ration "liovrtrid. .
In regard to the development corporation witnesses" for his defense of an ; ;. ti< ,- i... Fast I'r.-.n! Hhode.
"I.I l ll< lhr.o XVatih (ConipaniIn
this, too, seems ripe for action and perhaps, this Aimy lieutenant (Gazzara) accus- .M ho.!'e sidrn'! '. i- K XX-">"t 4MbMn ; "
ed of murder. -. i ;>;.." York th:: ;New; York; : i I Ii ._ __
time it will get beyond the conversational stage. ...adI'n I:. Sanders:: it IKIM. reside I- ; '
Some feel that this should be a county-city project Lee Remick is the wife in the .- I'nl-n*'n nl"i I
cafe and 1 the cause of most of the ar. hrrrby ttified that a
which would have to be authorized by a special -
tiouble .Duke }Ellington not onlycomposed
act at the next legislative session. Others and
played the musical
feel that two years is too long to wait, and that score but also appears briefly in A BARGAIN FOR-YOU!

the corporation should be formed by a group of the film.

individuals and perhaps absorbed later by the WHEN 2 year old Field

countrcitj'etup.. Oak Grove BaptistsSet Grown Hybrid Tea Roses C

We lean to the latter viewpoint, as two yearsis Special ServiceOak 9 each h'

entirely too long to wait for action. Several YOU RUSHED FRESH TO YOUNo. '
Grove Baptist Church
industries might be lost to the community dur- 1'Il.-d' between Camp Blandingand lo- ,

ing this waiting period. Shares in the corpora- Miadlebu ; will hold a j-p- 1 Grade

tion should be sold to individuals and the money cial trice Sunday. Nov. 8- After .

used, as needed to construct industrial build the morning service, a basket din- NEED

illg n-r v'ili be enjoyed and the Brad- Red Radiance Poinsettia ''Christmas Red) EdItor McFarfand (Pink, >

ford-Union Singing Convention Pink Radionte. K. A. Victoria Mute PresIdent Hoover _
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This does that the would be
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mean buildings nill assist in 3 musical program I Tu, Tomei ;
given: away in order to obtain an industry. It for the afternoon. Everyone interested MONEY Talisman Ho "lone1 i Golden CK:rm FlorQ Dora Nopo, Red

means that the corporation would construct the is invited.tirt \ 1H tx Etoile' de Holland and! mony other*. Flo'

building and rent it to the industry. Eventually. I .I

the corporation would get its money back.: and OK VTUIHI-:. FI.OKIDINixrmkrr f-p, .rest r ;
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would still own the building then with the :: i1.L FOR HI11'i SEE US $" .n- ;1 _
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money on hand another building could be built T',.. .-,t' ?"ndl,| or Th. 1 iti (;' .
when the opportunity presented itself. 'S'U-k. Klt.ri.lrf. At The <-iiv Hall ; Jf>
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Our neighbors on both sides Clay Countyand I I. .1. t. 1.ia..1t! \\hi h Tim." And T.rII
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l'nion have such I'ri'sUI 1.1.] Uf.Mv.wiii t".
County already -
corporations .
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'n..dnd
I'| I.ad
and have already obtained industries The F..!|"w\\ny.: .Loud I Ii. 2AA-L' c44D .
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'Jilt Klllin: 'Marhi,
through them. For tax purposes, many indust- 4''I.'li"n to Iw 5tni |plan of Ttilitr LOANSUP i i. 1,
rialists today prefer not to own their buildings, 1'nrnt-I ; ,;
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) or more m ti>-
but to pay rent, which can be charged off. This tai whit h van I.- ""lit ant"forty We 'i&t
HO" ) or sixty <$'"> t"tdls
does that for
not mean they are asking any fi i v.'mumptiont jrntxanil
"handouts" from the community. They are will- mount:*. net TO i < ,eae d r -
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f fr-rn n: l '
row amount RecommendIdeal 4
ing to pay a fair rent, and are not asking for the Two-hand KrI o.ml Oj"'rjtio"n k.-.G.; Y
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building as a gift. Ml ;r.Xo; otv larlron.. to l,.. orisuiHl:: print.*]. I

.11.1.. Ktiiird> In I.e printed simultanrously.
Right now Starke is faced with such a situa- lath \printing' JM.SJ-- $600 Bed

tion. The new plant that has come here is set- \'inn\ !.....I"!to. hale- own !Cd..r type I

ting up in a small way in a former store building .1'l i ntaSe i-oliinin S"l ...Yon l.y dtrSolenoid I -
..r'ssinn of I..T' Mix with r
a sintIk. 1 .c
but they want a building as soon as they possiblycan : ) motorized key a..fi.n; ;

get it. Like many others, they want to rent Aiitnmatii li''n forf uli r<*>nin>n ..r<.\ ..anal..n UI1IP*"!.,. I DELUXE PLANTS

the building not own it. At the present time Aim..nan. machine '.r..C..f i-.n- Peat

there is no local organization in position to handle Ai'oi-ijtn".imptHin.. item totmt f..r eighteen i "Folks Find Us f
construction of this kind. 4'*> ..r more totals.I I :: ;
Atitf.tiMti. bill .-je.-tns: and sta. k- Friendly" I t r
:: These are formerly
A start was made several months to form II1SPriie
ago
to include maintenance for I t' patented roses on
such a corporation one that can act at least ..r.e < II year.Hamil.nre : 5 9c each
; LOCAL the
toBlrnl Mftrhlar FINANCE which patent
until the next session of the Legislature. Sev- L'ght'::; .tn .III or mor individnal I

eral signatures were obtained, but then the mat- ddl'-umnlatins ifkatiOnC.) ;: totals for revenue has now expired1if

ter was allowed to drop, at least temporarily. A.H.njr ma<'h.n; lifting! feature ,
X'-t.::inir printer for a-hier's COMPANY I Crimson Glory ''Red'' E Jipse (Yellow)

In view of the present need, we hope that this Mlli I Bob (Grotone) Mays and ;
\u"m.tl t" unit ticket) for ''elP'ni'nsr
mi! Charlotte
movement will be revived and, like the campaignfor lanentls in""I>U'. J 16 N. Walnut Street Gray (Ortho) Goresche', ArmstrongSUPREME

adequate Fair buildings, be pushed to au : .,:f hVv and.q9.a..urnulating."<> ,,r 111"1", for'-apartty each ((2 Doors From Post Office) I Horticultural Specialists ."

early and successful conclusion. ttalCoiitio, PHONES, will be on hand to giveInformation; .. + -
ftal protad bylo'k] and f CLIMBERS
K.MOr'srmil-i \VO 4-0101 and WO 4-0111
iirna1 prot. ted l>y Imkiiid t
AAA Is key
Checking UpIt
Aut..n.ati.Ino''cUtily advancmtrtraerr Mrs Marguerite Hall Mgr.If@you Climb!ng Blaze
nymWr protected l toy luck on -
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was disquieting to learn that and kev + Red'
officials of the }
AAA American _......u....._..___...__ and Combing P S C
( Automobile Association) were Planting 69 -- h
Dupont 'Yello*' eat
in Bradford County last week
checking on reportsof

alleged o\er-activity in the enforcement of I Care of Roses r., ;, ToLsmon Chrroing .

highway laws at Lawt '.
PEAT & BED MIXAVAILABLE '
Having made no investigation of the charges, have a mortgage!. on I

we do not know whether they are justified or I I

not. We do know, however, that it is disturbing : you iJT home the tit bank has .

to have an area of the county even suspected of .... ff: "

over zealousness in the enforcement of minor
tfi Its"snare of the tfcL!!! investment If
infractions. Perhaps:; the tourists and others I

who filed the complaints deserved everything 1 JID 1[ II 'LTr

they got but when there seems to be an undue flinsured. But this only protects f

number of complaints it is bound'to raise a ques- ; ; 1


tion.In J the\\ |j bank! Make the 'A I .M
situations of this kind we always think of ] sure un- t r?

Ludowici, Ga. and its famous "quickchanging"traffic II

lights that has given the little town a mortgaged part of yourLJJJJhome j I

black eye from coast to coast so much so that .f
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the AAA is threatening to route all tourist traf- I FLORIDA

fic around it. Already. the damage that has been |i the part you've already paid ;

done to the town exceeds by far any monetary .k
benefits that might accrue to its law enforce for-- is fully insured. @ Call


ment In view officers.of our lack of first hand information.we're :il z

; us today for a complete property Pest Control Crr
not pointing an accusing finger at anyone.It 4 r'r't I t

just makes us nervous to have those AAA fellows 4
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around. checkup. It's free !,. j 1

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THE BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH ra .
L.'t 224 N. Temple Are. Phone WO a-396a Starke, Fla. '
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FLORIDA'S OLDEST ATFEKtY SEWSPIPEB ..
0) rrBLl-HED roXTIXOCSLTf.NPSR Harold Wall Agency' :


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NOV.. 12, 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY tELEGRAPH. gTARRK. FLORIDA PAG& FITl.-
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I Lu..u.u..u..asauThe morning message at North : ALL OUT FOR THE BIG Y'D

f Side Baptist Church was brought 1
by Rev.J. D. Kesterson of Palatka D
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and the evening message by Bro-
ther Jim Lawson. The choirs are I,
a,comDal ed each Sunday by Mrs. 7 I It i
I Rita Tilly and led by Brother I
Alvarez. I M.ti I
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The WMU met Monday night
I with a good number of women
present. Others are invited to HOMECOMINGI ll
I: join.; The next meeting will be held llII I
DPC. 1.Mrs..

Johnny Cowart was the tr- II III I
guest last Tuesday, of the First
Baptist Church Starke, WMU at t'T I!

a luncheon meeting.Mr. : j b'.r 'I''
and Mrs. Johnny Cowart f.- 11'1fl
and children visited Mr. and Mrs. ;: '+' fl I
It.lJph Odom of the State Farm

!apt The Tuesday Teachers evening.and Officers I 74 TORNADOES SANTA FE ililoil.(

meeting! last Friday night was well vs. f
attended but not all the teachers, # II;.
were there. This ;
Friday night the .1,1''"
group is planning to be Standard.I
Those enjoying the fellowshipat
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tist the social Evergreen-Heilbronn included Mr. and BapI Mrs. !Ii I I Bradford Park Friday NOv. 13 Illi

Harold Alvarez, Mrs. Alma Thom- ALLTICKETSATGATE-$1.25 I r
pson and many others.
The Training Union sponsoreda I rI I
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der weiner the direction roast Saturday of Mrs.night Kath-un- I _ 8 P M i
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erine Soooholtz and Mrs. Verda I f
Johns. All reported a good time fI r
I Student Tickets Purchased School '!
in spite of unpleasant weather. at ,I
We are glad to report that Sis- I ,

the ter Mamie hospital: Clark and doing is home well.from She I Day of Game 75c Home Games I Qut-Qf-Town Games (I'il'II

said she would enjoy visits of her !
friends. September 25 Starke 35 Bolles 7 September 18 -. Starke 21 Macclenny 0 111 111All
We ask each of to for
you pray
Mrs.: Carmichael who is seriously Children Grades 1 thru 4 October I1II!
Starke
October 2 Starke 35 P. K. Yonge 0 16 39 Perry 0
ill in Alachua General Hospital.To .

extend the our Wilbur sympathy Brown in family their recent we- Admitted Free if Accompanied October 9 Palatka 26 Starke 6 October 30 Starke 7 Lake City 7 'illl illlI II

bltss beieavement.them in this May hour.the Lord : October 22 Starke 12 Live Oak 6 November 6 Starke 35 Fernandina 6 I!I II
by Parents I I II
We hope Sister Johns recovers I ;
I soon from her illness. November 13 N Santa Fe Here November 20 .- Green Cove Springs There 'It

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Airs. C. B. Nolan Best Wishes To The Team A Good; Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes! II

.........&&&&& ..w.u.. Our Support .1.1RITCH'S

Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and FRUIT & GIFT SHOP SHUFORD STANDARD SERVICE I
JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY
family and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Brcdshaw visited in Seville last STATION I ICompliments
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FRUITS, GIFTS POTTERY AND NOVELTIES
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Nolan and son, Robert. Of
Baby Girl Best Wishes From
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannon announce o
the arrival of a 9 lb. 9 oz. Be Present Friday Night i To Cheer Our Boys On! STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES, Inc.

baby daughter Sunday, Nov. 8, in BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN _
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the Baptist Hospital in Jackson- COMMUNITY STATE BANKi Mme: "'"
ville. The young lady has been -

named Cathy Jean. I 1 OF STARKE We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes Team
We are very sorry to learn that I
J. D. Padgett has been ill for the I
past few days and wish him a MEMBER F.D.I.C. LAWSON'S MARKET WILLIAMS JEWELRY I f

speedy recovery.Roger I ,
North of Gainesville spent --
the weekend with his family, Mr.I EXPERT WATCH REPAIR I
r
and Mrs. John North. Roger is Best Wishes From
SILCOX CITIES SERVICE -- -- -- -- -- u ----
staying at Georgia Segal Hall in
Gainesville and attending the Best Wishes To The Team i iI

University of Florida.Mr. I FLORIDA THEATRE Come On Out And Boast Our Team! ''I
and Mrs. Ray Harris and i TERWILLEGAR MOTORS f
baby of Middleburg visited Mr. MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER
a/id Mrs. Alfred Harris and Buddy I
Docs: last Sunday. Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER I I
Mrs. Dan
Hargroves and daughter -
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Minnie, and T. L. Manning : I
visited Let's Support The Tornadoes SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
at Baptist Hospital Sunday
Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence I
with Mrs. Earl Cannon and new
baby.'
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett STARKE TELEPHONE CO. B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. f I

and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett i Best Wishes From iBARKSDALE'S I
visited; in Middleburg Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mosley.
DEPT. STORE
Alvin Padgett Mary Kilgore, Good Luck Tornadoes! Best Wishes From
Howard Durrance, Shirley Hig-
'
gmbotham and Eleanor Johnson '
of Jacksonville visited in Middle- DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
STARKE RADIO & TV
bt'rg Sunday.We Compliments OfSMITTY'S
are sorry to learn that MrsIiza .
Ann Harris has been ill and
wish; her a speedy recovery.Mr. BARBER SHOP \ Compliments Of I
and Mrs. Henry Griffis and Best Wishes To The Team! I I

family. Mrs. Gladys Copeland and DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION I
Mrs. Fred Lang all visited Baptist
MOENCH G.E. APPLIANCES
Hospital in Jacksonville Sunday Best Wishes From
with Mrs. Earl Cannon and baby WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS :

daughter.Mr. EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKET !
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and Mrs. J. D. Padgett and
children visited Sunday with Mr. Come On Out And Boost Our Team! Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
and Mrs. Padgett's mother, Mrs-

Bertha. and Padgett.Mr. Mrs.. George Johnsonand I FLORIDA PEST CONTROL A Good Team Like The Tornadoes VOLLEY STARLING'S
Deserves Your Support t
family of Jacksonville visited
& CHEMICAL COMPANY GROCERY MARKET
&
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Higginbotham and family.
Albert Oliver arrived home Sun- f
'
I'
diy from a Tallahassee hospital
Best Wishes Tornadoes! 'I
Icr a brief stay with his family. Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game Everybody Out For The Big Game! ,

Miss Bonnie Padgett, Miss Ver-
dine Harris and Dickie Harris CATE-HENDRY CHEVROLET CO. FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY 1
visited out on Clay Hill last Sun- WARREN'S. SUPER SHELL STATION

day.An old fashioned chicken pilau II

I supper was held at Maxville Baptist Let's Support The Tornadoes I''
Church last Saturday night. Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Best Wishes From' '

It was a monthly fellowship
sup-
I per and everyone attending enjoyed : KOCH DRUG STORE GEM JEWELRY HART FURNITURE CO. 0J "
it very much. N. L. WOODBURN
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Quite a few from Maxville droveto The House Of Fine Diamonds
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Jacksonville ''last Thursday Starke's Leading Jeweler :,
night to the football game between Good Luck Tornadoes!
Compliments Of r _
Baldwin and Forest High at Caw- 0
j 3! thorn Field. It was a very good o <0
Best Wishes Team J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc.
"' same even though Baldwin lost STARKE HARDWARE CO. : ,
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I 12 to 0. On Friday night this .
"veek Nov. 13th Baldwin will play GOODS' THE FARMERS SUPPLY .
I SPORTING
Macclenny. Cone out and give the '
Best Wishes To The Team
team: your support.Mrs. I f

Emaline Ben visited in CAUFFMAN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE
Lawtey last Wednesday with her -0 f fI I
I mother Mrs. Daisy Pringle andher' Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence Onward Tornadoes! I STATION .
I*
sister, Mrs. Rebecca Rozier.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell and I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ; GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION 542 West Madison StreetTRVRSDAY
[I ions, Eugene and Richard, attended -

the Horse Show in Macclenny _. .
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Tornadoes Take I I,.. .:" ....... .-' .;; B Squad Ends de'very.bid Each on Lid and must the be time accompanied required for bya Sell It Rent h Trade

1 1g certified or cashier's check in the
)1.'hJTTtc I Season With ani.runt of five per cent of the bid

as guarantee that the bidder' if awarded CLASSIFIED! DISPLAY ..._.---- ti,:3 rr !-*. "Int t I..ftft_
contract will within ten con-
Fernandina
t 4-2-2 RecordWith eeutiv calendar days after written ftM PER ISCH "OR flHIF.: AOBEPEVTEn 0'11':1': OR MOfl Tl1IttI

noticp being given of such a- CARDS OF THA.Mt nT.* M W.ida) -- -' ...
a record of four wins. two ward. enter into a written contract O"F.R SA wORn --_. .. _4 c..t. Pr WortROOM
with the" Board of Public Instruction
Continued From Page One)
l losses and two ties the TornadoB of Bradford County Florida in accordance *. CARPORT, BATH Re- Fi urnI8ht'd House for Rent on Silver
first half ended-when end Tommy Squad closed out its season will with the accepted bid and m.'dcitng. Xo money down. Finance I dike Inquire at Greyhound Bus
otnerwi carry out the terms .vpil.t.U clt WO 4-4471': 11\.1'\ Hi 21II: tion. tfchg,
Clark intercepted a Pirate Tuesday night in Gainesville with i of the contract.: -

scoreless tie with GHS.B I The Board of Public Instruction WE HAVE a new loan program foi !E.'> RHODES 5TCRSERT HOJIE
aerial and sped 73 yards for Brad- a i of Pradford County. Florida retries farmers. Loans o: I to 6 years l:J ivod; Care for your child. Fairvates.
ford's third score. Halfback Mar- Squad coaches described the I I the right to reject any vr all for the entire credit reqnlrt-' I !. Licensed. Phone WO 4-3021,
game as an outstanding defensive I bids ments of the farmer and bi. family. [ %6 X. Thompson St. trchg.'antd"aitr@S&
ion Cottle added the PTA and the with all Baby Tornadoes I The FVard Of Public Ins-truction Gainesville Production Credit' IIW _
tattle, Of nradford County. Florida. Association. f!9 Korta Main.
half ended on a 21-0 ball game. looking good. John Adams. withseveral By Harmon P. Morgan secretary "l fneTiHe.\ Fla. tfch_ ; Stalhng's Truck
'to p. S miles of Stacks on U S.
11112! 3t 115 SI
The third quarter produced no runs of 12 and 15 yards I __ | RADIOS REPAIRED I til. Phone Hobart 8-ZJOI. tfchg

'\\: <; cited as outstanding in the The touatJadge'a roar! Of All Make AHChanr ....18
scoring plays although the Tor- bnckfield. I Bradford Conatr, Florida I.Prsha ......' ** guroat... I L ARCE STORAGE SPACE Fort
nadoes once worked the ball down pIn "HEPHERD-S RADIO TV t fall WO 4-S934: Itrlig
I In its go against Baldwin varsityor. I I He. Estate: of Fred Coic, De- I.... Greea Owaer
to the Fernandina 15 before fumbling IrTv A- T LI I4;$ Oct. 31. the B Squad lost a I ceased.XOTICF 41: E. Can St. P...*. WO 4-4WJI HELP WASTED
and the Pirates recovered to TO CREDITORS Starke. Fla.COLO -KKTIRED FARMERS AND OOOO
.4. .J'I. 13-12 decision. DeWayne McRae I All p Tw'n! having claims or demands J LIVESTOCK OPERATORS MAKE
end the threat.As scored: both Bradford touchdowns I against the estate of Fred MAT. FLORIST! I noD FEED SALESMEN. SELL
the last period began Starke __ role, deceased are hereby notified Only 1". T. D. Florist In Starke. I l.''i t. )I.A.CDONALD.SrYTABO-
one on a 10-yard run and the and r. .|nired to file" their claims in flowers wired any place. Flowers, I I r.A T0R" '- FAMOUS SINCE 1J19.FOR .
had pushed back to the Pirate 16. other on a 15-yard pass from Bill I' the office of the County Judge of for all occasions: locallyPbone I 1 DETAILS WRITE DR. MAC-
A touchdown pass from Tanner to Outstanding; lineman 'I..allord County. Florida, in the WO 4.e;29I. .505 East Nona St tfchg: I 1LtRGB LKWALD'S; BOX T iT% FT. DODGE
Jackson.
I County Court House at Starke, I IOWA."
Dugger was called back and Fern- were Billy Bowling. Jerry Wide- Fl..rnla. within eight calendar FOR RENT-Famished. apart- _4t chg 11'IZ'

andina took over on downs. gr"n. and Mike Darby. months from th. dale of the first ments. Reasonable rates. Near
publication of this notice or the shopping' center. Phone0 9-2011 1 1('OR RENT On Klngsler Lake 3

Quarterback Jimmy Gordon "lit","..."......_, ,i."...,..,.It..',,.,, .:,-.'."...';,.: On Nov. 3 the B Squad lost 27-0 same will become void according to f'r WO 4-5134 or call at 211 S. I[K"lrom house year round. AH nicely
failed to move the Fernandina offense ,. ', ""'' law. THs November 10. 195.: ( I f rnished. Sam Rosenberg Store
.,A....' ".'1 ... to Lake City on the home field. 'herry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.
;
; 1st Publication '
; November J:. 1959. tfchg M E.S9 Call St. tfchg
and Starke took over on the ( ,'I,., Njt.1'l. I*' URSULA WILKY r rI
i: .
Pirate 28. \; <-.':..: I i\tfilrix .
r--- MAYOR'S COURT. I : of the Last WiK: and .tOf MADE DRAPES Tour
A few plays later halfback -' j I Tt. tamenl of Fred Cole, deceased. H material or mine. Also!' upholstery
Adult Science Class llollis V. Knight HASTINGS MATTRESS n-ork done. Call Mr. Howard TucK-
Johnny Devore sprinted to pay- : I The following cases v.ere hand.j Clarke. Florida. & 'r. Keystone Heights, Fla.
UPHOLSTERY WORKS
dirt from 14 yards out. Cottle again Attorney for I-: t"Cutrix.'I : 4tchg" iris'
led In Mayor's Court Monday ,
\ 11112 it ia;
added the PAT to make the Puts New Lab To Good Use morning: i 710 Lemon St. PaLitka I FOR ALE

score 280.Fernandina. I. Th. Coaaly Jndze'f ("...r.. III'II' P3dy mix concrete, concrete block,
I ; ". Dan Alston disorderly conductby L I .\." For Bradford ('....t,., llorH Furniture Repaired, Upholstered 'on,.,... fen\.e posts sand, cement,
took the kickoff on :Members of the adult science Todd, Ralph Peeples. James Nor- to all high school students, without : fighting, $37.50bond: forfeited;'II' la ProbateIn & Refinished I'Motmr! mix. rock steel. oyster shell.
their own 20 and returned it to Ke: Estate!' of J. Troy Lynn, de- Li m-rock.--Phone WO4-J321, Brad-
class above
are pictured and Farber. .
making man Gary credit. ..ascd.oTIrp. MATTRESSES REBUILT i :
fumble II George Nazworth, use of profane -I, rvrd Engineering Co. tfrhg
before
the 28
a was recovered good use of facilities of the new Members of the class not in Adults in the class, mostly veterans :> : OK PKTITIOFOH FIVtI.III New !
by Starke giving the BHS i language in public fined i .. tftGI: OF .\DIZ\ISTII \TOH Innersprings
Science at Bradford FOR SALE M Borum Deal Ji
I Department photo are Lester Leach. Eddie
lads another scoring opportunity are taif.ng the course for I $27.50 or 5 days; and public intoxication XOI;(-( is hereby given that I have and Box Springs lip Electric J"hoon Motor and
1 High School. First row (left to Starling, Harold Tyus. Bob Smith ciedit on a high school diploma. .1 fid my final returns as Administrator Uator Trailer. Jimmy Gaskins, Rt.
fined 5 DropUsacardorCall
$27.50 or days;;
carried the ball 1 .
Running
plays of the Estate of J Troy
i right) are: Charles Fuquay Al- Spanky JIcLendon. Bill Bessent, Tfie new Science f, !: Box 33, Starke. tfchg
down to the three from where I Depaartmentl Lizzie Jane Sullivan i 1-rnn deceased; that I hate filed PALATKA EA 5.9166
running a
fred Glisson, Charles P. Cowan, and Don Page. Several of these now has 14 tables l my Petition for Final Discharge and
fullback Sam Gardner bulled over red light, an accident:II STARKE VIO 4-2954 'OR SALE Sweet Potatoes.! $:
i causing ,, that J will apply to the HonorableThl'r'.n
: instructor. David Woodward and are high school students who are equipped with water and per bu. at farm. 1 miles N. of 109Bayess
for the TD. This time Irwin Mar- gas.: A. Yawn. County Judge ofPra.lford "
i MRS. PEGGY
fined 27.50 SHALLEB Starke
; Lucian Conner. -
Ray Griff is. Second row ((1-r) L. taking the course for a betteriiaplrertvMin Other equipment will be added in County. Florida. on 14 D- on Highway.

tin kicked the PTA to make the 1'L.-- Rpnfrfw--------.. a_ visitor.,_,_n._ -F-rt_ ---oF'Ravi: -_V"'V""_ .in.. -"/v.*;pnp-..". -Tf- i i.-. nnpn r-" th---* .n.<-*_ot. 6"fttRight n'"_..._. James Keith Austin, vagrancy,,'I. "ml.r. 1959.: for approval of the I I Agent tfchg
score: 35-0. I fame and for final discharge as Ad-
fined $27.50 or 5 days; ninistrat of the Estate of J. Troy tfchg FOR SALE Kenmore gas stoveSotl .
With two minutes of playing smuggled in. was used to saw I Lynn deceased. condition 133. Call WO 4-7M1.
time remaining, a Fernandina desperation Six Prisoners 0' W Juan Lopez, running a red light, Itchg
through bars in several of the Map 'I I si! H. Carl Lynn Sr.
connected for 20''I $12.50 bond forfeited; II. Carl Lynn Sr. as Administrator .
pass cells. The latch on Kovner'scell of 'he Estate of J. Troy Lynn HOME OtT OP TOW
yards to end Jerry Thomas who door had also been sawed For 301 Souths Walter Mathews Jr., reckles I I deceased. FOR SALE-Colonial-type house,, Wtll built masonry borne fnrnixh -

raced another 23 yards down the i Get Added Years driving. $27.50 bond forfeited. H/I: utrs 4 bedrooms, living rm.. family rm., i" -d, paved highway well drained
through. dining ,
rm.
pun parlor; located N. :2 acrt lot. fruit trees and shrubtery. -
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sidelines for the Pirate's lone Even if the prisoners had broken ReceivedThe Tree Service Walnut St., choice residential area; :' I For a quirk pale only JS.000.03.
Complete
: I (:.\Lt. FOR BIDS close to business section!' schools, : A. J. THOMAS, REALTORs
rcore. out of the cell block they would '.T.\11K1. .....ORIIJ.e"I.ou .\ churches. Lot extends depth of en-isi; s T..p A.... WO 4-57 tBE
Starke took the kickoff and ran' bid'i1I Pruning Bracing De-Moss- tire Mock. Will sell partly furnished, -
be received l
,
For hive had two 11-foot cyclone :y
out the clock to end the game and : Escape Try right of way map for the the; Poard of Public Instruction oj Ing Cavity Work Tree Removal If desired. Contact owner, Mrs. H.j INDEPENDENT: Sell Raw
the I fences to scale. The top wire on wi-Jening of U. S. 301 south i| Bradford County. Florida at the office H. McLendon. =0 Westcherter: Or- I lei lh Products. d opening In N.Ala.hca .
hand who have not TransplantingSapp's
Pirates one of the fences is electrically through: Bradford I vf the Superintendent of PublicInfraction. land". Fla., or inquire Bradford i Co. Write Rawleigh's, Dept.
won a game this season a 35-6'' ; County has t Bradford County Court Tree County Telegraph tfchg :FAK 278-D, Memphis, Tcnn
loss. 'l: Samuel} Kovner. involved in an charged beon received and turned over to I house. Starke Florida, up to 11 o': SurgeonsPETE i :t chg IIII'Itfen's

: attempted escape on Sept. 1 from j i Kovner was serving a five-year Bradford Abstract Co. for search. clock .\. )I., E. S. T. Monday, Ihr- KOI RENT-Unfurnished smail I
Head Coach Lennard Registersingled sentence for theft from Dade r inber T 1959: at which time and SAPP, Owner h'>jse at rear of store budding at ,
the I
out fullback Sam Gardner I maximum security building at j'Ii Clerk of the Court Chas. A. Darby place all bids received will be publicly : STARKE PhONE:: WO13963 321 lemple Ave. Contact Mrs.
Raiford State Prison, was found I! County. sa.d yesterday.As opened and read aloud for furniching Kau-le Mott at McCarthy's Garage,
for playing. an outstanding i The Elmer Horns- and installing 5 mikg; on Raiford Rd. tfchg Leather
:I guilty and sentenced to an addi- I case against soon as the abstracts
are *>iiiptnent| For Bradford High
game and commented. "Along, ,tinnal six year term by Judge G. by. charged with assault on his prepared in a matter of several I ikhno Auditorium Starke. Florida Painting and dry wall work by experienced HALF SOLES

with Tanner's ball handling, Card |I... Patten in Circuit Court here I father. James Hornsby. was set for re ks. they will be sent to the All items Khali be provided in acrvrdanre painters.! Workmanship

ners faking is what reaally makes Tuesday.Of trial Tuesday morning, but postS with the drawings. specification puamnletd. Contact J & J Builders,
I Road Department in Tallahassee and contract documents relative ask for Jack Houser.
tfchg
our offense go." He added, "He II the five other prisoners Involved pcned due to illness of the defendant for the preparation of thereto which may be examined 1.50 upMen'

(Gardner) is the best offensive!' who is still in t or obtained at the office ol
in the county FOR RENT Furnished
attempted escape, deeds.!! I the Superintendent of Public InKtru apartments
fullback I have ever coached." 'I w. R. Walker Jr.. changed his i :al. The map shows U. S. 301 fol- I .tion of Bradford County, Flori L.W per mo. $16 S. Epperson St T.
Kirchaine.
Register also commended the;!I lnlta I Other disposed of were: Ida. tfchg Rubber
: from not guilty to guilty and j j cases l owing a cut- ff route south from i tAny bid received after the specified

entire squad for the excellent t:I received a three-year sentenced; i j tI Johnny Arnett Lee, information, the courthouse and curving back time and date will not be con EVENING: CLASSES for adults. All HEELS85cUp

team play.In wlile: Roger W. Carter Robert M. 'for receiving stolen goods (tires j i into the present sidered. sobjects. Credit if "'ant'd."rlte
highway at.
I the Any bidder may bid on all or an; Director. Box: 1190. Starke. or call
the statistics department t:i Kub.t Donald A. Fenner and from Noegel Auto Sales!, was ),railroad tracks on South Walnut part of the equipment.Thdd'rs WO 4-3011, or visit Adult Educa-

Starke racked up 16 first downs; I' Frank F. Beck all pleaded guilty II ennted:! severance from trial withijA.TOS !St. This portion of the- new road are instructed to use th< tion Office, USO Bldg. for additional -
Proposal Form provided in thes<
while allowing Fernandina only 4, : and hrd: one year terms added to I I DeSue, not in custody. Lee will? be 80-foot width with the d( ?um! "nt* for recording his bid Information. tfchg

and rushed for 229 yards while! 'I their present sentences. pleaded guilty and pre-sentence |four-laning to start south of the :Samples; hate been requested as in, Extra Special!

holding Fernandina to 98. Tanne]r 1 Placed on exhibit during the hivest t@ation: was ordered by Judge ,Alligator Qreek bridge. dicoied In filling in the out Specifications.the Proposal Form. For Expert Tree Surgery' Call OUTAgent DEAR.CUST01IERS:

completed 8 out of 10 passes fo]r'' trial was an imitation .22 automatic Patten. A capias was issued for The new lane will be west oft r i I' the biddrr is Instructed to insert th.nm e nd
To celebrate the
and HALF
I completion
thi
of the manufacturer and SOLES
52 yards and Fernandina completed pistol and a hacksaw blade,; D.Sue. 'lr present 301 lan I model number. He will also' list un; 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S965 of ,

4 for..13 for a total of 61 1 l'' both found in Kovner's cell. The 1 Rudolph Luke, information for I prices and total prices for each lie ---- opening my new shop beginning -

yards. I gun cleverly carved from a block: ; transportation of moonshine whis Ii. Monday, Oct. 12, and running HEELS 2.00 UpSTARKE'S

This Friday the Tornadoes tak P! of soft metal, had a realistic appearance -i ikpv pleaded guilty and pre-sent- ( for the next 90 days, I am runnIng -
I
on the Santa Fe team here in the! but was without ence investigation was ordered. Ouf a brake special. I win pack

BHS' homecoming celebration i.1 mechanism and would not fire.I Manson ,Watson and Corine j ji City Fish your front wheel bearings and
I
Coach Register stated that the!1 Prison officials believe it was i. Pa lterson, Gainesville Negroes, in- 01 check your points and plugs free. SHOE

Santa Fe coach has commented:1 smuggled in to the maximum i foi ma lion for transportation and 0 i. 10 be glad to see all my old buddies I REPAIRING

that the Tornadoes "Do net hit t; security building, perhaps in food L i possession of moonshine whiskey :' I again.

ha rd." .containers. after it had ccn 7KLd?, pl.-,ded guilty and received finescf The ;AND MEAT MARKET : 123 S. Walnut St.
I Your old
mechanic
"The team," Register says;>, : by someone inside the prison prop- $250 each, or one year in prison. pal

"is out to disprove this theory." 'I't ler. The hacksaw blade also P,: Past PHONE WO 9-1093 IRA (SHORTY) ALLEN Across from Park Theatre

I eonard Mitchell alias Lynn I 617 E. BROWNLEE ST. STARKE, FLA. ALLEN'S GARAGEAcross

_._ I Mitchell. 14-year-old, accompan-
------ from Hercules on Alton Rd.WAITRESS .
Twenty-five years the ".bigtcpression" OWNED AND OPERATED BY JUST RECEIVED a new shipfluent -
:.d by his parents. pleaded guilty j .ago 6f Fox and Deer hounds. TrUlallowed.
i to charge of breaking and enter- I J (: was still on and sev- I ERNEST ALLEN AND BILLY HARDENBROOK I Will also trade for your
"Cniifiilcntiully tial civic minded citizens W."TEDpply: In bird dogs. Open Sunday. buwannee
ing. Pre-sentence investigation ordered. Lh__ were I jrson after, %:;0 p m. B & G Truck Rlvtr Ktnnela. Chlefland. Fl*. itch;
.I. r..Iy trying to get a canning plant Stop Restaurant. tCchg
I had a hearing problem! I I tcr Starke through the Federal t, r.RGAIliSEledric: kitchen apliances. -
'ohn L. Wilkerson Sr., Negro, TUI.OR MADE .
I I Relief Administration. DRAPERIES > Dining room and bedroon
Then all my troubles vanished I pladed guilty to charge of non School free labor. Mrs. Peg y Shaller 209 furniture; 4 rugs and many other
.: like magic, thanks to Sonotone's I trupport and was ordered to pay I Supt. A. j. Griffis, who was also PORK E: Adkirrs St. phone WO 4-5834 tfchg (terns; Write Lloyd Box 70, Lake
pesident of the Business Men's 4 enva or phone Keystone lIts.
thrilling invention I hear again, 520 per week to family. UANTKD:' : bxperienced Waitress 4:0l.! :tp mis
Administration appointed a com Apply Ronald's Restaurant. II.
in either '
yet wear nothing ear.
Elva Hampton pleaded guilty to ciittee J. M. Mitchell. P.: P. 51 Sonth, jtp 1115 FOR SALE 2 burner Kerosene
: You, too, can hear better with the lat- ;i charge of non-support and was Slump and J. B. heater. Jii value 130. Phone WOt-
cst Sonotones- whether wear Alexander-to HE"TERTJlOROnHI.T 5331: xtension 123-J after I p. m. UP
you eyeglasses ''ordered to $15 week to
pay per ;3I ":icit the CLEAXKD
or not.Arrange today for a free necessary donations to With commt-rcical-t"pp vacuum
\
hearing test by your local SONOTONE family- meet the city's"share of osts._The cleaner. Averageo-,t $7. Call Jim apartment FOR RENT Private- 2 room bath furnished and

HEARING AID CONSULTANT. Letus 'I Court was recessed Tuesday and City donated $100, and the-County Hayrt Keystone Heights, ph. 5575Jtn .: ranre.: .Across from school in Old en-

show you how you can regain your I will reconvene Friday at 9:50 a.m.I Commission donated $50 toward I Hams39C : It'll'! ::! t01 ml'hnp! i W. Wakblngton house. Mrs. St.J. I.. Simons,

confidence, yet keep your secret hidden. when several civil cases are set the $300 estimated cost of \ ft"'OltLJ x 200 ft:Good- Nice Community.Bldg. lot Sid.T 130.I ItchgKOR

Boflf Codacim for trial. finishing warehouse In the rear ,? ," !"Afl.fl, T.awi.y.. VIa :3 tp 11/19 SALE 1 raby crib; 1
ci Denmark tta-Babe and 1 baby walker. Johnrhnemm.1
SONOTONEHEARING Furniture Co., as a "
P'LOf\JlNG: SIZE EASTER LILIES 210 N. Cherry St. lip
CC Dinner Tickets temporary site. and Gladiola; Bulbs.! Reasonably!'
'S. prh-ed. 702 Alton Rd. phone WO4ir FOR RENT Furnished upstairs
CENTER: TUESDAY NOV. 17TH Placed On Sale ", Virgil Owen. Ztp 11(12( : apartment Corner Washington and
I I Young Eddie Hartmann a talen- Grant Sts. Call LE J-2861 F B.

At Magnolia Hotel te.1 student was exhibiting six- LB. FOR SALE Beard u..ftg
Starke
Fla. I Tickets are on sale for the OR TRADE I93C
anntial f"ot replica of a Dutch windmillin Ford V 8 pick-up. Win sell or trade i FOR SALE Practically new 3t
from 10 A.M. to 12 Noon. I Chamber of Commerce ban-I the auditorium of BHS. A for car. A. C. Slade. Mazville. Fla. In. Caloric Gal Stove $100. Bed with
quet to 'be held in the Starke Elementary 2tll2: -rrl. box Springs and mattress ':0.
:, small electric motor turned the Backbone 39 Call! 4H. Keystone Heights, Fla.

School Cafetorium Thurs- anns of the model. I FOR 9 Mr.1J34 _ _ _.....Ito!
day night, Dec 3, at 8 p.m. S. Ford V-I Truck.4 Ton. Light
FOR PALE
Dutr. Stake Body. G. E. Electric
I Sponsors for the 1934 Senior LOCAL FINAM"K COMPACT Rane: like new; dinette set kitchen
UN.Vl.! ..t !St.Pk cabinet, rugs etc. Inquire at Trailer
ROSHA'S Class: were Mrs. T. T. Long and ..e WO 4-8.1. rear Trinity paptlst Church Lake

SHOP III 5. D. P. Carpenter. Members ,of PORK tfchg: Butlt'r. HI'

Beauty Shop the class who were serving on, FOR RE."iTI bedroom furnished<

SHOP Raiford Road various committees were Frances SHOULDERS$ lb 29c Make This Christmas LastA cation.lower Iloor-apartm Desirable lo-
Close In. Reasonable rent.
S SHOP For Appointment Phone C-idman., Irma Mildred Hundley,'l.oui8m'der Lifetime! W. II Nollman. 510 .V. Cherry St.tfcb .

WO 4-0541 ctockwell Edwin GIVE YOUR FAMILY *
Torode Joe '
Edwards, Jessie
Closed Each TuesdayELECTROLUX May FOR SALE One used oil heaterS
Brannen. Audrey Carlisle, EloiscFonsby WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA $ : cr for two days worV' clearing

Don't Buy Your New Caron Martha, Powell Mary Lucille Dorothy Torode.Sapp, i PORK SIDES with ribs Ib 29c bu"S2-B.he*Starke.. Cyrus E. Beam. Rt.Ito 2 1111J Box:


I Vacuums, W'axers, Scrubbers, Robert Chapman, and Keel!ee -FIRST Df SALES: FOR SALt Modren. concrete
block house 2 bedrooms. ,
the First Harrell. 9 garage
StopGO For Free 'Home Demonstration white .sajtd beach. Phone Keystone
Call Gary Garner Local S. Most Highly RecommendedBy flJghtz 4309. Write .Box 70. Lak'!
,
4.n.ca :' 112'
SchoolsM. 1'
: Sales at The County Commissioners advertised .
Representative for bids on 10 cords of FOF .s4r 2 to ra size UI:
I WO 4.1265 18-inch woodv'price SMOKED SAUSAGE 39cRYERS A. PAYNE beater U' each; 1 large white cast
Include de-
ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE i I 1'. O. Box 60S Ph. WO 4-379 iron sink with back 11.60: 1 old time
I !Ij'try and racking at the county platform rocker Sa.9: 1 large living
i I trom iail. r of Distress Arising OMEN
Symptom
I vine. Lawtey. Fla. Inquire at Stand-
BUT I STOMACH ,ULCERS S. f Start now for big Christmas earn ard Oil Station Itp

The ladies at Brooker gave a injs as an AVON REFRESEN-
DUE TO EXCESS ACID shower for > FOR P.ENT I room unfurnished
a recent bride. Mrs. E 29'
TATIVE. Write: OuMa. Sweat. 1 I. or partly furnished htmge. Farmer
QUICK REUEF OR NO COST Enest; Russ. in September 1934. Q. Box 540 live Oak FU. Market Rd. Apply El Rancho Motel
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE Itchg
I / Offer' ....
Trial
Ask About f5-Doy --
FOR S-ALE Cummer Block Home HANDY MaD to live in and
L. re Llring'Dfning area. 3 bed work around motel and restaurant.
I --.. Orer 1ft tniffioa vackaiet e( the roms. I Bath, Fla, Room. Locatedon
with
w. Most be bandy tools. Phonv
W1LLMD TKEATMCMT have beatrtd c.:T. y. 30 Ib 75x115 lot Close to everything WO9-tJ. ltcbgHmuekecptng
for tehef rf:;real diMiOi. .Wet bw PURE LARD > jar 39c Morng! to Orlando. 717 W. CrpreM
*
_. "Mie-r.:: .0..4'-Man..doe or to Upst Mtt FRANCES WILLARD. THE St. Starke. WO-448JJ. Itch,g rooms For Rent -
Billy DowlingAcross FOUNDER-01' THE 17 5* per' week. Use of washing ma.chine. *
........ C__ IL--'- WOMAN'SCHRISTIAN
J.\CK"O BF1LDI5CG STPPLV Apply Azalea Motel Courts
;
I-.. doe to Stu AcW.Ask for
"'Wd'- ......"wWc f Hr 'Iv'Ith TEMPERANCE UNION Rear Of Big Da4If Fael.rp"flhIly' WOS-2382. Itch: *
boe treIUIeBl-bwt SAID: "EDUCATE. AGITATE "_k...
SMOKED We fcavrmt got It HERE. The:I- FOR SALE 1! gage Model 31
KOCH DRUG STORE LEGISLATE PABTICI haveat got It THERE. Remington pump gun with 'com-

The Street From Setzer's MITCHELLS DRUG STORE'I P\TE." WE SAY "AMENAND" :New ... .... ..u41.. ..uppueSf a pefinator 10.09 cash. Apply JJl w.
I Half Whole lb r't'nT .nn1.t. Andrews St. jtp
SOUCIT TOUR MEMBERSHIP or I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: HAMS 43c C... I. aad Ik ar..ad sad U I -
I THE W. C. T. U. you ..n rr what r*. w..t aeII: FOR SALE 1S57 Batek Special I
EELOTE'S DRUG STORE
.IL" Baa Gttmmru t* get It fir y.! .r 1C.OOO actual miles. Call.Owner at
can W04-4001. dab I Keystone HelfhLs *2$T. xtpI




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Nr v. 17 at 7:30 p. m. they will I Ii VYYYYYyylyynyn/1tit1 I ... -
i .Y..Y..yy..Y...
I- KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS play Bunnell. and on Nov. 24 they iI I i FLORAHOMEAND r Three Lives Lost Near KeystoneI I! ST. AXX'S EPISCOPAL

'nay: Newberry, also at 7:30. The CIIIKCII HrLYSTOXERev.
MELROSE
By Mary K. Sohaeffer j I: toyS would like to see a lot of sup- GRANDIN I I Three members of an Arcadia approaching headlights- he did M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar

J posters at these games. Our ; Sunday-7:30: a. m.. Holy Com
.I frailly last their lives last Friday ::not see another tractor-trailer
Cheerleaders are doing a fine job, 67 DaDe t By byre RoihhammrrUAAAAAAAAAAA4.AAAA4.AAAAA union: 9:30 m.. Sunday
: a.
Indians Doing Fine (shoulder pads, face guards, etc. night on SR 21 near Keystone !Soiled of him. which had stopped
too But they have been doing all Heights, in a mangled of School: 9:30 a. m., Morning Pray-
And to boys with no shoes the .uAAAAAAAUAAA1uA1A1A e mass lcr a left turn.
TheKeystone Heights Junior1Ii l the hollering themselves.
Why not f I smashed cars and trucks. The ei and Sermon I Holy Communion
Harvey said that Thornton
h School Indians are getting; chats on the Indians shoes must help them out? ;MrsFlorence
Janes
Mr. and Mrs. Howard YoungSr. dead recently each first Sunday!: 6:30: p. m
were Walter Thatieus Davis swerved around the trailerto
stopped
better every day. On Oct. 30, the' have looked formidable indeed! 1 Chamber Of Commerce Notes of Florahome left for Macon. 49. went to Daytona Beach to attend Young People meet.

defeated Reinhold in Green Cove> Fortunately for them, there seems The next monthly Chamber of Ga. Tuesday where they will visit Arcadia cattleman; his wife try to avoid a collision and the State Music Teachers Con- Holy Da>'s-7:30 am., Holy
Elizabeth 47, and their Geor- mashed! head-on into the Davis
Boost- to be a regulation in their countylenuiring on. ,
Springs) 14-0. All the local Commerce meeting will be held their son and daughter-in-law untion. Communion.
i, ge Franklin. 14. ear in the northbound lane.
Junior High Teams to
ers who attended agreed that the Monday evening Nov. 16. at 8 p. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Young and Mrs. George P. Ripper went to
State Trooper W. R. Harvey I About five minutes later another
toys really did some ballplayingtl'at ; wcr tennis-shoes to play footballor m in the Conference Room at family. Jacksonville. last week to visit her TRINITY EPISCOPAL
play barefoot. And since our wi o investigated the accident, car smashed: into the wreckage. CHUKCn. :MELROSERev. :
evening. Clay Electric. A biother. Louie
report will be Mrs. Paul Badger.
Hubner of Florahome
boys had no desire to run barefoot said that Curtis W. Thornton of injuring Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar
The song says .that "All God'sChillun i given on the Northeast Florida attended a W. M. S. meeting at Jack Watson spent last weekend
over the icy field the game was Jacksonville was driving a big ckelford of Jacksonville. Sunday-10 a.m.. SundaY
: Council Chamber of with Mr. and Mrs.
Commerce C.
Got Shots'Texcept per the home of Mrs. B. J. Aldermanin I E. Spiresand
cancelled. It seemed a shame to tractor-trailer south on 21 about Damage to the two cars and the School: 11:15: a. m.. Morning
haps the New-berry Junior High( ;; m< eting at Gainesville., A progress Grandin last Saturday.The 'i family.
drive nearly 50 miles for a disappointment .'four miles north of Keystone trnctor-trailer was estimated at (Prayer and Sermon THoly Com-
School football team. On Saturda report on the Industrial brochurei children of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Martha MacKeachie of
like that but Coach Hejghts. Apparently, blinded byTTfVTVTVTfyffTVVVTTVTVTT $13.000. munion each first Sundayl 7:30
evening Nov. 7, the Indians went t i ; be given by committee mem- Chester Weaver of Florahome who Elizabeth. N. J. is here for the ;
D mean said that too of the I g. m. Young People meet.
to Newberry to play a scheduled I many brs Local Chamber members who were ill in Glendale Hospital. Pa- COMMt'XlTt CHURCH \\

game. The weather was cold and I I beys were already ill or injured. attend the meeting of .the Northeast la*ka, last week are home now. t KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Sunmons Holy Days-10 a.' m.. Holy Com

drizzly, with the thermometer. and we have more important Chamber of Commerce In E P. Wise, Florahome mer- i PUTNAM HALL Dr. Albert C. Holt. Minister Fayetteville.. N. C. spent a few munion.l .

hovering, at 40 degrees. During th, games coming up. It is too bad Gainesville on Nov. 12ill be chcnt! had his collar-bone broken I Colored News Mis. J. I,. Hrthrrineton ':days with Mr. Simmons brother l --

warm-up" I joke 1 Keystonerswho that in order to "save face" thee Ptte O'Connor, Bert Christoffer3, a week ago last Sunday.Mr. Organist and Choir Director ard sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs.

had driven to Newberry w er Newberry team and supporters abet Mrs. Joe Daurer.-The meetings and Mrs. Oscar: G. Halverson I By Gloria Cliffin Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning E. F. Simmons.Mr. THE RIGHT POINT for tae
had to taunt the Indians with ben luncheon will be held ; and Mrs- nay you write romp in sod ..
aghast to see the local team o I at Holiday of Florahome had as guests I Worship 11:00 a.m. Archie Tyre celebrated -
the field barefooted! And whilew inu 'chicken". And it hardly seems Inn. Ed Kopp. Dean of the Sunday afternoon Mrs. Halver- I! ( U.AA..a4..A I' their Silver Wedding: An- Ifft your favorite KSTF.RBKOOK

looked at them they were\ good sportsmanship for one of College of Engineering, will be the son's brother and sister-in-law. i iI! Two birthdays have been cele- I St. William's Catholic Chapel !i raversary Nov. 1. All their friends Fountain Ivn. TKLECiRAFB.

eyeing the Keystone team from j I them to have thrown a stone into 1 speaker. After luncheon the group Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Osteen,of f fhmed this month Arthur EubSl1ks i Keystone Hrighti were invited to visit them in the

their trim helmets to their sturdy r om, of the autos as the team was! i will enjoy a guided tour of the bluster and sister and brother- !j was 18. and Alfred Lee Da- Sunday Mass; at 8:30 a. m. atternoon.Mr

shoes especially the shoes. Our driving out of town! Engineering and Industrial Ex- in-Jaw Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Anderson ;vis 16. Plans have been made to : Holyday Mass at '7:00: a. n. and Mrs. J. L. Price. Jr

team makes a fine appearance a;=: The next games the Indians i i pcriment Station at the University of Jacksonville. I organize a teenagers club. Anyone I Tuesday May .pt. 8:00: a. m. i held l open house at their new!:
ViSI
it comes on the field, and perhaps> iul! pray will be home games on ,of Florida. This includes the new Mrs- Sue Sibley of Florahome I interested in-joining, please contact I Confessions before all Masses. home on Jenkins Lake Sunday [! ]

they look a bit formidable to an i I the Melrose field. This evening at nuclear reactor building and other ins been ill with a cold for the I Earlie Mae Hayes or Gloria I Baptisms, marriage and Instructions -fterncon. Nov. 1. Many of their !

opposing team what with helmets, ;*'
behalf of national. defense andpavate Mrs. Ethel Brockman of Grand: i I celebrate this event

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's industrial research. in arrived home the first of last I.Putnam's Principal elementary Victoria McNeil school gave of I I Home Mission Society on the !': C. L. Mann who has been a patient -

Duplicate! Bridge Notes '.....fk from a trip to Cairo, Ga. a pre-Halloween party for her'I Florida Normal Campus. at the Veteran's Hospital in ::10 YOUR :I
The Keystone Heights Duplicate I Like City is spending two weekswith
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes where she visited relatives. ,students on Oct. 30. Deloris Da-I Mnunt: Zion A M. E. '
Club will meet in St. Wil- his wife. Mrs. Nettie Mann-
Bridge John B. Rye of Grandn left for i vis. an 8th grader, is running
The Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY lirim's Recreation Hall each Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo. last j Mrs. Harriet Rice and A. C
for Miss Putnam Hall also Janet- ii> hold
regular services Sunday.
Thursday evening henceforth,'un- H-ra land of Elizabeth. N. J. arl'1Y
Thursday after a month furlough
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner te Eubanks, and Mayrettha O' Mrs. Netria Jackson is still at the I EYES :
til announced otherwise. Winnerson frm the army. I : ndm& a week with their sis-
musing home in Palatka. Mrs.
Nov. 5 were Mrs. Edith Larsen Mrs. A. C. Hinson and Mrs. Ella Neal.Mr. t.'r. Mrs. Martha McKeachie. They
I Mrs. I Ij'l.lth LMcille l Davis Jesse Flowersare
and Earl and
along:
Hayes
:;
'
:and Miss Iva Hillyer first place: B.Jis rio of Grandin drove to will also visit another sister. Mrs.

Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann and Mrs. Keystone Heights on a shopping( 111'5Ltlla'Cliffin. made a I ill. i iI iL.I M. Pearsall. : :
New Subdivision ret"nt'isit also !
to Sanford and
Lotus Kyle second; and Mrs. Bee trip last Friday afternoon.Mr. Ray Gano. who attends the Uni- syvjy'WITH

Cooper and Miss Sarah Mansfield and Mrs. F. L. Clough left to Miami, to visit relatives and I (Continued on next I'age>
fi iends. A. I I
OPENED ON L. BakerINSURANCE
: JUST tied with Mrs. Bess Burnsand Monday mornng for their homen
tr Mrs. Ann Bissell of Starke.for after several PTA members of Putnam Elementary -
Georgia spending I j! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone LakeNear third place. On October 29. Clays visiting Mrs. Clough's mother. are on a drive to raisempq AGENCY KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS : ouon.i

Mrs. Helen Phelps and Mrs. Alice Mrs. J. F. Herring Sr.. in to buy a bed for the clinic Life J. R. Smith, pastor. Raipn

I Ketchum were first; Mr. and Mrs. Grandin. and draperies for the office. I I Accident Copeland, Minister ,of Music and -

Keystone Heights j I Frmont Tolles, second; while Mrs. Edward Varnes. Abeline Baptist
Charles Brown 'church organist.
I GOOD SANDY REACHES I Anne James and Mrs. Nan Hopkins and Jimmy and David Rye were in Lillie Mae McCloud of Palatkawa. I Health I Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : Starke Radio & TV

Nice Shade Large Lots were .third. .' .' Melrpse-! Monday evening ,attending -, pvisi or at Abeline BaptistChurch Hospitalization_ m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

$2,275 TO $2.575 Library Notes the F: F meeting? ... recently. The congregation II In Reynolds Building Training Union 7 p. m. Evening 311 East Call Street
20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY j Mrs. Julius Hanson has'been appointed Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brantley I win visit with the Bethlehem Bap- 12 Nightengale Ave. Cervices 8 p. m.
'
,I Education Cha rman. -the :mt'? daughter. Mrs. Rebecca Be- fit Church Monday night. Netria j I "Make church worship a family Starke, Fla.

S. E. M KA Y REALTOR Woman's Club.Since ,the.Library tercourt of Grandin 1'..drove .to, Hayes', president of the Women's Keystone. Heights affair."

functions under the Education De. Lurdy last Saturday," to'visit Home Mission, was in St. Augustine PHONE 2412( .

Keystone Heights Phones :3071 2051 4151 partment and since .it:" was...voted friends. recently to meet with the

Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 make the .lhe} major ;' -
pto Library Mrs. Callie Rye, Grandin Postmaster -

j I p'cipct'of the club for this;year. was a business visitor' in
need'RELIABLE
Mrs. Hanson and* her ,committee Starke. last ,.Saturday. morning. when you b

I expect to be very active. Redfearn'sFall

They plan for a Book Sale at returned.to,the Parish House for

the Annual Bazaar-on-Nov": 17. dancing-about the time the Tainstarted. ''I GAS SERVICETHINK

The Library has ma"ny.>duplicates l.
-gOOd books ''wa 1t.for '
you may ScoutNews

I your own-and prices- ,.will.\.\ be. rearonable It is time to register Brownie OF SLADE GAS

II : If you have boWcs; tliaj Troop 229. All the girls have 'until -

1 1 : you: wish to donate dlie'1ibt.. "the end: of November to pay
he committee will be haptjy.to I their yearly national dues of $1. TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

have you bring them'in. Also orders Parents of the Brownies are asked
PHONE WO 4-3551
for new books for.Christmas: to remind their daughters to bring ,

1' 1 1' will be taken. I their dues,to one of the next two I

This past week, Mrs. Frederick k m'eti s. -4
I
M. Gaige presented ,the library The Brownies are working ona

I thiee very attractive nature books: Craft project, and have started .
LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS
Aims heat where you want It by: John Kieran. making Christmas gifts and decorations ,

Did you know that the resource.r for Christmas. They still I
.. \' : HOTPOINT 3-CYCLE
New Forced Draft De- of your Library are ,unlimited I "erd scraps of cotton material.

alga keeps you warm through the inter-library loans? Anyone desiring to dispose of NOW SERVING STARKE

even if you have a low- Cme in and tell the librarian l such scraps are asked to give them II

t draft chimney. 60,000 BTU I.varr- n needs.___ ___. .to' one of the Brownies.. I AUTOMATIC WASHER

Exclusive Power-Air NEW IMPERIAL MODE Turkey Shoot Rained Out Open House Popular
Cooking and Heating 7.50 Tank
Blower aims heat where The Keystone Lions' Turkeyand The Community Church will per

you want it. Saves up 14.70 DOWN Ham Shoot, scheduled for last,hold Open House for teenagersand
25 fuel Cooking Only 8.00 Tank AND MATCHING DRYERIW030U0303H"
to % on 1.75 WEEK"Vhere Saturday was called off on account sub-teen-agers on Friday per I:
evening. Nov. 13. and then on
of the weather and will beheld

this Saturday, Nov. 14, nextto alternate Fridays thereafter. The PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6.4351 I'
'
Service Is Assured"REDFEARN'S Pangborn's Lumber Yard, from "ommunity owes a debt of grati I'I

12 noon until 5 p. m. tude to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker

However, the Non-Shoot Turkey am?. Mr. and Mrs. George Massa, Joe ShawTERWILLEGAR '

raffle was held as planned last and others who have -given so 1 I I

turday; with the following lucky much of their time and talents to I'I

winners: Ralph Bryan. Michael making these affairs enjoyable for I'i

Keystone HeightsfBAiN'auI'R Lawrence Eddie Bleha, L. D. the youngsters and to the Com-

hidden, Corbett Terrell, and R.U. munity Church for making it pos- MOTORS

.. Jackson, all of Keystone sible. Any child in the 6th grade,

Heights: also Andy Prak of Lake or'older is invited to enjoy square

Geneva and Carl Cox who, gave darcing. skits;games; and refresh- trI

his address as 'Sperry's". ments. The new.educational build- I i
to win in; is especially fine for this sort I I
Oh well we didn't expect
anyhow of fun and entejtainjnent.CHURCH : Get Your Car
me
'
5M NEWS
OF THIS ? ,u rn-Towners Hay-Ride
First Baptist Church
1 r Friday evening, Nov. 6, membersof 4
AND SOON/ The Faye Taylor Circle met
the St. Anne' Episcopal
Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 3, at the Ready for
Church Teen-Town Club enjoyed a '
home of Mrs.. J. D. Payton with
havride and weiner roast. The
t nine members and two visitor
met at the Parish House at
group
i:30: where they roasted weiners present. Mrs. Ted "Oglesby pre- Winter NOW !
sented the program taken from .!
md ate potato chips and all the I
the Royal Service and presided
other good things that go with )j t* I
a.t the' bt iness meeting. Mrs. _
:
that sort of meal. There were two
I
William Waite closed the meeting
trucks to carry the youngsters on i j I
heir: hay-jide. one driven by Alex I v-ith a prayer..Mrs. Payton refre.mments.served ,* Flush Cooling System BOTH
r hr guests delicious
other by Bill
Brokas. and the
The Nell Pearce Circle met 30I
Bsker.:! After covering a large portion -
Tocsday morning, Nov. 3au.e ,
: of the countryside.-the group I FOR ONLY 3
home of Mrs. Cora Mashburn, Check All Hose Connections i Per

Yes sb, It wont be long before He's out of Mrs. I. B. Tyre gave the opening. *

HAIR OFF pra er. The program. ,"Missions 1 Week
there and into Mricboolt II
kindergarten
,hip FOREVERUnsightly : in the New Testament. was presented Check Fan Belt ,

shoot-then tollegei **mr.Wheie'S -*..,.... by Mrs. Leamon Ward. : (After Trade)

Mrs. Roy Chasteen presided at the
the mooiy'omIng from! Than.p I
business meeting, after which
Excess Facial *
to you, his parents. But it's not so hard, if Hair Removed Mrs. E. L. Brice assisted the hostesses I Install Proper? Thermostat

begin ttotf with a savings account at this in serving refreshments to I I .
you Permanently the 14 members present. i

bank, and add to k .way A'Ext nay.g I The Young Matrons Circle met I I Put in Correct Amount of FO MO iI I I REDFEARN'S

I Tuesday Nov. 3. at JO a. m. at
good fiint<
11 burke. Mrs. Jack Miller save the 1 ,

Dwyer opening prayer. Mrs. Pat Magnus 1I I N here Service Is _

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA &"d Mrs. Funderburke assisted Assured" "T'fnN

Electrologist Mrs. Frt "Mulling In her presentation SPECIAL : -
PHONE 4252
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community of the program. Circle $2,95 ItlttC TOUI TV HT W 0SttOfAtt&SAYlSON&AttS

Keystone Heights, Fix 107 W.. University Ave. Chairman, Mrs. J. R. Smith, preSided Keystone Heights
at the' business portion -of PLUS PARTS ,
Member .. Gainesville FR 8039.
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........................ I Quattlebaum as hostesses. On the Tuesday evening Nov. 17, at 7:30 f.&... & &.&..&&.&&&&&&..1.1I l tal number of students in the ............ ...y..... baby chicks to take care of. The -
for
present goal the first!
'agenda are annual reports and in the recreation hall. Melrose Chapter is 12.

KEYSTONE election of Vestrymen. Despite the absence of the choir I MELROSE Football CLAY HILL We were in bed sick with a cold Sunday in December is 100. Why

HIGHLIGHTS i On Saturday, Nov. 14, the Epis- director. choir practice will continue The Hawthorne Hornets tradi- the first Sunday in this month. "wart :until then to try (o have!

copal Young People will go to St. to be held on Wednesday I ..y.y..yy... .....f' ticnal rivals of Melrose shamed but there were 65 present in Sunday -, that many present We nad se\-
ALA&&.A LA LA ALA AL A.LA Continued by Ilra J. L.
AA 'Marks I for their District meeting. evcninss at 7:30 and Sundays at ( from Page 7) them for the second time this season 6tricklaudWWaUUAUIWUAha. School without us. This past vial in Training Union Sunda

(Continued from Page TIthe ) I Then: will be Holy Communion. 12 noon. Mrs. Pat Pawlikowski will .by whipping there 20-18 in a :
versity of Florida !(Sunday (We were presentJ"e! if the
'! in Gainesville, night even weather
ri was
| discussions business, dinner, an3'dancing. act as organist, pro-tern and Miss non-conference thriller Friday
meeting. Mrs. Gene Williams : The time will be from Anna McCullough will direct alsoprotern. !spent Friday with his parents Mr. night at Hawthorne.Out Our deepest sympathy goes t ocods, had only 51 present. Seems the unfavoiable Lets try to CP< more

gave the opening prayer. Thirteen'' 12 noon until 10 pm. All E.Y.C. i All members should at- and Mrs. Ovid Gano, and sister, to avenge the 25-0 defeat the relatives of Mrs. Fannie Gnf- I, had caught up with some present to this teaching! also We'
Melissa. {more of our number We hop: h' and two
I good
members were present- There were j fil sermon Sunday.
members are invited. i tend to work on the all-important handed them that spoiled their ,
alpo refreshments.There Community Church i Christmas music. I Duplicate Bridge home-coming recently the Bulldogs Mrs. Hettie Norman is very ill next Sunday to have a full 100 We will look for YOU nex> Sunday.

will be a Union Thanksgiving l! Winners of the Melrose Duplicate took a 6-0 lead when Mark and in the hospital at the present I _

Service this year at, 10 a. Circles of the CommunitY'ICJturch ;i Personals. Bridge Club were: high, Mrs- Gaboardi ran 28 yards to tine.'

m. Thanksgiving morning. Rev. J. I Women will be held on i! John Busch of Cincinnati. Ohio Gilbert Allen and Mrs. Walter J.Giolick The play for the extra point score.was I Nellie Lang has been having That's Our BusinessIf
j 16- Circle 1 will meet
R. Smith, pastor of our church :1 was. a weekend guest of Mr. and ; 2nd. MrsAllen Grahamand no goo some trouble with an abcessed eye
!at the home of Mrs. A. F. Crosbyat It's Glass We Have It!
wilt Rev. M. H. Breyfogleof 1! Mrs. Albert Spires; tied for lid. She has had to miss
preside. Mrs Joe Daurer. Mr. Busch is theassistant The lead was short-lived. however a weekof :: 4
1:30 p. m. Mrs H. W. Lloyd 3rd. Mrs. John W. and CALL WRITE or VISIT|
the Episcopal Church will read Eastern sales manager Strawn when Hawthorne's Tommy I school but is much improvedand
the Scripture, while Dr. A. C. Holt, will be co-hostess. Circle 2 will fcr the Baldwin Piano Co. He is'Mrs. Nan Hopkins; Miss Iva Hill-I Pauling took it over from the seven: now back in school.

of the Community Church will meet Williams: at the on home Lake of Brooklyn Mrs. John at ,traveling with Mr. Daurer through ye" and Mrs. Edith Larsen. I to score a TD and then Philip: Lee Moore, Bessie Strickland. I Joe Peters Glass Co.

give: the sermon. The Adult Choir t South Florida this week- | F.!'h Fry Thomas ran it over for the extra : Jim Strickland and others have

will furnish the music. :11:30, p. m. with Mrs. King as co- Air and Mrs. W. A. Osburn andC. I A Fish Fry. sponsored by the point. been past going for a few day FOR ANY GLASS NEED
hcstess. Circle 3"ill meet with!
Despite the colder weather R. Reddick of Norwalk OhioWPIe .i Melrose Lions Club. will be held The Hornets held Melrose scoreless with colds All seem to be betterat We Design j Modern Store Front
Mrs. Msnnenng at 1:30: m. Mrs.
Union and Sunday p- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. |Thursday Nov. 1, in the Episcopal this writing.
Training .J. A. Williams will entertain Circle in the second quarter while Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Brooklyn Bay last week- Parish House, from 5:30: to 7:30, Mrs. Hardy Padgett of Clay'
School attendance Sprow on
was up again they managed to score; once when
::4 at her home on Lake Santa Fe. Table Tops
SI.25 for adults and 75 for
tact) : i cents Hill Is very sick and in the hospital -
Sunday.St. raced 72 for a-TD.
Anne's EpiscopalThe : at 2 p. m. Circle 5 will meet with 'Flor-a. I children. Proceeds will go toward JBirry IA pass fom Thomas yards to Ronnie in Green Cove Springs. We 1313 N.W. 4lh PL Gainesville. FUu Phone FR. 24353
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Mrs. Roy Watkins at 1:30: p. m.
route to their home. Mrs. Osburn community projects of the Lions hops she has a speedy recovery
for
Woman's Auxiliary District Mrs. Claudia McMasters will and Mrs. Sprow are sisters. The Club. We are sorry to learn of W. D.
Moetog: will be held on Nov. 18 cohostessThe Nightengale Circle : and left the Bulldogs trailing 14-6
Osl seriously considering Woman's Club Jones sickness and hope he ha?
urns are
at Christ Church. Cedar Key. at halftime.
twj'I meet at the home of Miss;
!making their home in Keystone.We I The Melrose Woman's Club held a complete recovery to his normal LOCAL MANAGER FORd
In
Those wishing to attend this Gertrude Houser at 7:30 p. m. The ; the third quarter, the Bulldogs -
to hear that Welk- I it'; regular meeting Nov. 4. Guest I health in a short time.
meeting should contact Rev, M. : Rebeccas will meet at the home are sorry were back in the game when
H. Breyforie at 5-5191 or Mrs. tr Byron is "under the weather" speaker was Dr. Fayette W. Par- ''R. Johnson went over from the Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wilkmsor
Jof :Mrs. D. W. Shackleford on
: these days. vin. assistant to President J. W. to make it 1412. announce the birth of an 11 pounc
Robert Baylor at 2032 for trans- one
Lake at 8
Keystone p. m.St.
Reitz! of the University of Florida. Jim
9 cunce boy Thursday of las t Walter
portation and for time of leaving. William's Church Ernest Widegren. who has been With less than three minutesleft Corp."World's
I He gave a talk on "The Middle w";t. They now have three boys
time in Bradford in the Melrose's Gene
Also on the 18th. at 6:30 p. m. St. Williams Catholic Club met spending some game .
County Hospital following surgery. East Stanton raced 20 yards to put Mrs. Sam Saunders of Greer
the annual Parish Supper will beheld Monday evening after a delicious followed andit
is expected home this week A business meeting ':Melrose in the lead. 18-14. With Cove Springs called on differenlor.es t
with Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mrs. covered dish supper.
was decided to work on Civicimprovers'nt in this neighborhood last t Home Builders"WILL
Lawrence LaMee and Mrs. Cora The Altar Society will meet onMEW The many local friends of Dick time: running out fast, the Hornet.strok Largest
i projects. week, among them were th.z
H"tchinson"ill be sorry to hear I the return kickoff and ran
I Hostesses for the meeting were .
Scrkklands and Faye England.Mrs.
of his critical illness in a Boston and passed their way to the Melrose -
Mrs. W. J. Grolick Mrs. V. Y. Irene Padgett and grand,
BE IN STARKE
20. With less than minute
Dick. spirited a
public
hospital. a I'
With
bright new beauty ,
Crawley, and Miss Bessie Ruther- daughter I Mrs. Betty of Clay Hill
4.
left to Thomas to
outside and famous Dear- I young man. was once a Scout play. passed 1.n
f o!'d.j i Ivsited the Charles Corberts i ii 'i
born inside Heights. Manyof Bass for the score that spelled '
engineering leader in Keystone
I Till be Nov. EACH THURSDAY
next meeting
j The North Carolina recently. We un
this new Regency putt Dearborn ; the Scouts will recall how Dickgave victory for Hawthorne.So .
.. i 118 with Congressman D. R. (Billy] detstod Betty is to stay for som:e '
even further ahead I them summer employment at, ends the football season for
oJ scheduled speaker.He AT
Matthews the little time with her mother. Rutl r-
among gat area (wafers. i hi poultry farm so they could will speak on the individual trr Melrose Orange and Blues The Corbert.

t learn spending money. When Dick Bulldogs. with a 138 pound aver-
) responsibility as a citizen in the I Buddie Wilkinson I
i finally go STARKE HARDWARE CO.
moved to Jacksonville he continual -I age weight often faced opponents I
[NEW realm of good American Govern- his house moved from Huglr tCay ,o
De.JEW
TMftd-S.tting Exclusive O'I I in public life and was often j much heavier then they. However,
I v.o"ahead! by Center Complete comfort I seen on television! as a moderator ;,rrunt they played hard and were a credit ,I Hill. While moving th e 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
PTA Meeting house just as they got to th
control at your ftiqprtip. for Jacksonville Forum. We hope I to their school. Few ever had'the ee.
s iMdiig rnduitriof..Ji.r.; N ....forget ik 'the next reports of his condition j I Dr. Cal Pinkard. Alachua Coun- ':' chance to share the spotlight, !railroad crossing a rattle snak 9
I I ty Psychologist was guest speakerat | .v-lash had 7 rattles fell out c
: will be good. of the 'Vat they played hard just the ifI For Appointments Calle
the regular meeting ;i I the house and landed on the roa
NEW Powerful Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elmore I } PTA. He spoke on the. : same. The boys on the team this't
Melrose Buddi" said the snake didn't liv
JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collect
Thermo Thrust and children have moved to theirnke :gifted and retarded child. He :;year are: Joe Pete Angle. Charles:I kng : -
Blower. Thrusts the !
Brown. Brent Formy-Duval. Wins
new Keystone Club Estates ; d air far STARKE WO 4.5311
warm out Fredrickson.. Joe Johnson. Aljvin or --
Into In*room.. of r. home. and explained what help was a- Lilly. Phillip Morns JohPrC"att. 'r last week from near Highway 30:I.
Elbeit Altman 32nd degree 1 va uable to persons in this area.' 'I|tat Hghland to his wife's propert y
floor level.Moves
Ray Renfro. Chris Spires, "If It's A Quality Home .
( Scottish Rite Mason of Keystone: Alachua '
rn
op to twke the air Much has been done '. ; Strawn. Donald Williams foCi of 301. Seems several of the?,e
volume. Heights. has been honored b}' county fdr these (Children, the Larry '!houses are getting dissatisfied an d It's A Jim alter Home'

P ; ;;:: ; I election by the Supreme Council I i were told. However, little has beer I ,Tony Ahrano. Calvin O'Steen in-' ;: moving to some other place t.o
Jured his hand early in the seasorand '
for the Southern Jurisdiction tc',done for the gifted child. Pinkard I II$j i settle. OTHER OFFICES:
NEW Decorator ... ; saw little action For GeorgE.j'
1 i "' receive the rank and decoratior' also answered questions. ; : Buddie Wilkinson and Nelli ie OCALA GAINESVILLE I'ALATRA
torn. Beauty from Hanks. Gene Stanton R. L. John- '
ot Knight Commander of thE: Sipprelle.- treasurer re- will
floor Practical Murray Mark i have some work to do for a
the up. fon. and Gaboardi this wil:
!, too. easy + Court of Honor. Heill to- parted: that the Halloween t r 'few weeks now as they have 15.0C 10
mark their last year of high schoolfootball. ]
to dean wider. .,. knighted during the All-Floridz i'va'' grossed over $514.25. All expenses 'I
I .
as they will graduate ir:
J ,-,:..,.. ., '. ( I ceremony in Jacksonville on Nov.t I had not' been totaled sci the spring. All these boys are tcIbf 3:30: And 8:00 ".)1.
"" not known 1
'" 29. i the net proceeds: were
NEW Copperfor. Finish lighter,---- I not[:I commended for contributing so
President Bill Moore was
gayer-in keeping with the trend away i PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS i I present and vice-president _Bil II l much school spirit. I"! ; p STARKETUBS

from dark, bulky furniture. ..1
I CHURCH 1; Breyfogle, read a letter from .

Sunday School, 1C( a. m.; Morn,' : Moore thanking those who helped I

a I Ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic with the carnival. It was also requested Nov. 17

THE NEW r.ILes.arNU.n services. 7:50 D. m. that the secretary writ*, ':. 24 WEEKS p ,
+e f I letters to Clay Electric r
Wednesday Pwyer Meelinj B 5 1 thank you -

for the use of their speaker and Legion Fairgrounds
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NEW RIVER liehts. the Coco-Cola Co. in Gain- TO PAY
Auspices Rotary Club
BAPTIST CHtJFCHSundaV ,1lfor the ,pf,their drink '
159 jase 1\ ,: .:,
SLADE GAS COMPANYPhone I School, "10'*. n L. Woi'- strndti; the Dixie Lily'Milling co: The Famous

ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening Sen'. in Williston for donating the rice Ziti
Christianis Present
..x: 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eac for the chicken pilau and Carl-
013531 Starke Fla.
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Ion Dairy in Hawthorne for milk
for the dinner. I :{fix ;.3x Yx .Ye

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Mr. Breyfogle asked i ,
nations for two delegates to at- "

terd the PTA Convention in Jack- t t

NEW 16 Cu. Ft. ZENITH Freezer sonville.nominated.He was the only one


A new 49 star flag has been s

purchased to replace the one that I

hangs in the auditorium. It was
I
4 also decided to buy two staffs and

display a U. S. flag and a Florida
4
far) on either side of the audi- ..

torium. t 'I

Room count was then taken. GOOD/YEAR 4 A

Winners of the previous meeting i I J st

I were! the 3rd grade and the 12th 's f "SKI
CA11 YN. fif \ grade. ? TIRES AT LOW,

Girl Scouts

I Girl Scout Troop 147 met at the MONEY-SAVING

: __ I Parish House Monday at 7 p. m. Al ._:

__, They practiced Christmas Carols I PRICES 'd'd
1. a s1L, raxw < that they plan to sing at the

: Bradford County Hospital in $

i Starke at Christmas. They also 12"TurnpikeProved ), / ;

I discussed making doll beds for the IJOI

'crildren at the Sunland Training I

: _, H 'I Center in GainesvilleAt 3-T '4 friw.r .,
f
4 a recent meeting, the. scouts I d :i' t 1 ) I
__ t. AM-\\tathers the ;
__ elected Sara Baldwin as troop most re- Zl."

_____ : scribe and Wanda Tyre as trea- I narkabfe tee values we ; t it c

'isurer ., can offer the budget- S ; :
BETA Club
I Blinded motorist!
1. Five new members were initia-

4tA tel:: into the Melrose Beta Club :. .11 9S*

i i' Tuesday night before Beta mem- I

OTS* parents and alumni of the
Melrose Beta Club. New: memberswere r.:.13 $14!!*

Doris Ford.Maida Griffin.

'Sandy Ridaught, Carol Hurst and ,, t
I $16 ZS : d ,
w ZJHB ;
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Bill Pace. i'r i

:. This years president. Miss Pat .K
Pr'ston."as installed by Miss ..1 recq fbi. tire 4 .,<

\Brcnda McGuire. last year's presi I 040

; dent.Margaret Swtcpwg Reduction r 9r a i'
Roy&ter. historian, and ..
: still in effect
Beth Pierce. vice president: explained -

l i the Beta insignia and Emory 4P:: NYLON 1 d

Cross explained the emblem. : .


rF ;The used type was of the initiation candlelieht ceremony cere- by GOOD EAR Featuring The World's .Greatest Array of Arenic Stars:

mnny. with the president lightingher

candle from the master- can- *

dk and ,then lighting the candles I 1695 The Great; Canistrellis Dangerous. Daring Feats Atop the Unsupported ladders'

ot the old Beta members. They in Red Dingier & Co. Undisputed World Champions the Trampoline ,. Danny

turn light the candles of the newm ........... and the Mirth-Provoking Clowns; Miss E"Karoli Superb HorsemanshipAboard

mbers. Her Well-Trained Horse, Don Joan George; Burrb*S and the Elephants
369.95 I i Miss Margaret Royster played The best NYLON tire value

i itr e Beta Song 'as the Beta members -,Jt on the market-3-T Nylon Aldo and His Well-Trained Doberman Pinchers, The Acme of Perfection, Intricate

LESS DISCOUNT 50.00 548 Lb.Capacity. : left the stage. Safety AD-Weada-.All abacs Maneuvers Never Before Attempted by a Dog Trainer Ramo, Henny, Trip..

The new sponsor of the Beta ire oli Daring, Thrilling Death-Defying Leap, over the Elephants through Hoop of

I Club is }Irs. 'Harry Jackson who .ptitcu Fire Building Human Pyramids. Acrobats. Tumblers The Justly Famous, Talented -
j replaces) Lucien Johnson r .d ......... ""'
319.95 ', who'. re- I Versatile, Christiani! Sisters Feats of Dexterity and Skill Shown 'by These
signed earlier in
the year. $1.00 DOWN Famous Sisters Aboard a Racing Horse; Aerialists, Tumblers, Acrobats And

Plus Tax I Refreshments were served in. the PER TIRE Many Others. .

I cafeteria.

The requirements of Beta members General Admission: Children 90c; Adults $1.25

are leadership, scholarship, GOODMAN'S S Reserve Seat Prices Afternoon 50c 75c
C. H NORM GEN. SUPPLIES I citizenship, and character. A sto- : ; Night

.dent must make and ,
maintain A r
j B average for a year before he re- SERVICE STATION AVAILABLE ONLY ON CIRCUS GROUNDS CIRCUS DAY KING BROS. -

310 EAST CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. I ceives an invitation to join. Students Seeber D. GoodmanU. Reserve Seats are Grandstand Chairs

|I receive their first invitations I S. 301 South I
in their sophomore year. The to-
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I Methodist Church i iI I St. Mark's Episcopali: Evergreen Church Sunday night. the home of A J. Crawford by A j SippThe ceremoryy was held before 'rnt.rail t .r.f f'htl thr mr rttate nal''t'turn-of Fh.-'n- .,.-... t

. .... I and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClel- I J.. Staniey Crawford and Henry i:I the fireplace. the mantle of i Mona dt.ffajthat I liar' y* Church School. 9:45 Rev. Katrrpvad. E. MacBlala j i lan attended morning services. '1: Reddish was enjoyed by many' which was decorated with an arrangement j nil it ';iition' for distribution, tncl .

. 'I'a.Sunday m. Morning- Worship, 11 a. :m'l I j Sunday Services 9:45 a.m.1ll1urch i Mis. Bertie Slade and daughter''from: Evergreen and Heilbronn''j' of red and white hues I| t'W.1 X M itiMharicr on Satnrdavoint.r and thai ai <* _'i o

-- CHURCH NEWS Nursery provided and Junior School 11.00 ajn.. Morn-i; of Hampton: attended both Sunday '':w tions. II i iI and gladioli and candles. Many I II'1! will apply |i> the Htm.rrp( ,
: and Sermon. ; TI'r..n'a"n, \.'"unl) .luiiicUradford .
Church for older children. DineI tag Prayer i School and morning services. !I I The marriage of Miss Patricia local and out-of-town friends of I Couiuy Florida t ip.I .
I A-lAite snack supper, 6'p. m. MYF i Holy Communion-first Sunday -,: f.j I Sapp daughter of Mrs. J, S. Sapp I II Ir the couple attended. I i ral of GIld final retinn moan
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins r .
11:00 a.m.; Thin: Sunday, 'II | .n..r of distnhnti'ir < '11;
and the late Mr. Sapp. to Alchu
: meetings; 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- :I 1..net, JndxrV ('wort !. .ludOr l fin I iIi.'har"r a* 11.111'''T i v
T-30 a.m.Wednesday7W. :of Avon Park visited his mother i W Hamilton of Ponce DeLeon was '.. i ... .. .
- slrp. 7:30 p. m. .I ;, Itridfmnl < aii . a chili i f I p.m. Choir' and other relatives in the Lawtey i, p formed by Rev. J. E. Norman ;n -. KMatr ->l !, ''Ioh.-r .. 1t5: .
Hour for ... .
Monday Story ..
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. to CiiCRC110F CHRIST MISSIONARY BAPTIST Practice; 7:45 pro. Litany and. "-I. l i.' JiMdP. derraswd .11 K )t. rFa.rntor .
Men's I area Sunday 7 clock Friday. Oct. 30 at the \.. For Final I .f iht' E:..
a Charles Thorplinistt"r Sunday :School 9:40: a.m. Morn-t,idrni, 3:30 p. m. Methodist I, iible Study. |lat lirp W FIHmt Prtitlon I < .. .;
: II iwlmrcr Of F..rX. FlorenJ' M M>J it
'supper, 7 p. m. f A chicken supper given at home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles .. .
< il Evening ,
"Tship
. Bible Study. 10 a. m. Preaching ng a.m I k. IO! h..r..y (F.:'Ts that I tit :21 4i
: '' an1 Communion a. m. Evening Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meetinf Tuesday WSCS business and I, rni'Kcn UK GOD '

. .. Service 6:30: p m. :Midweek Bible ach Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every. program meeting for November. I Sunday School 10 a. m. Mom I

. .. Study each Wednesday. 7:30 pm.. :one elcume.-Itev. H. H. Mott !l10 a. m.i ng Worskip, 11 a. m. Sunday i, 11111I I'll i

: =.' i oastor I Wednesday Prayer meetingin -Svenmg Service. 7:45 p. m. YFtt !! II till i

. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 'I sanctuary, 7:30: p. m Bazaar Service WeoesJay, 7:45 p. tnrayer THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH
All day
: Cor. Call & Christian' Streets mw.CJIAI'Y.L Thursday Meeting Friday 7:45 p. mHAMPTON" '
S Bob L B.1dgt'tt.linbtt'r: ASSEMBLY!: OF' GODG. ensured by the WSCS, with tur- ,

: M. Osborne, Pastor kev supper served from 5:30: to : CHRISTIAN
: Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Wor- 1 I .. ... _......
,; 7:30 m- Tickets $1.50 and $1. Ilr.-nt-. -'"".'.. ...
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. =hip and Communion 10:45: a. m. Sunday School, lit u. m. Mom p. CHURCH; '. ', :"""N.':" .<-' ,' :
Worship 11 a. m. Evangelic Choir rehearsal 7:30 p. m. ,
: CIi Rho. 5pm. Choir Practice. tng Bible
Sunday Scnool 10 a. ,
. I 6 n jn. CYF. 7pm. tic Service. 7:45: p. m. Thursda} 1 ,
a.: Morning Worship al a. m.; "
7:30 New weekly: prayer z rvice. Invita At The TabernacleI ':
Wednesday m.
. p. ivening service 7 p. m., and Pray- .
. Training! for Sen-ice. Lion extended to everyone I j. mc tng every Tuesday at 7:30 ,
- and Mrs. Harry F. McGee .
I .. m. John W ite. pastor.I'
: .jrmea last Friday from Alabamaand >!

: are guests in the Prophet's EVrRGREEN: 1 : II I .
; j jBAVjflST
I
i HELP WANTED .- WOMEN I Room of the Gospel Tabernacle. CHURCH :

IX McGee a former chaplain in Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- I tc rI ,
I U. S- Army. brought the Sunday -
e the ng 11 a. m. Training Union 6-30
: : SEWING MACHINE OPERATORSON I messages and Mrs. McGee m. Preaching 7:3< p. m. Prayer I .

. sung vocal solos. 'et'ttnV **r.sdv 7:30 p. m. I .I.If,I
: THE JOB TRAINING AGES )18-33; ONLY I Sympathy of the Tabernacle Wednesday Bible study, 7-3C I| "

. ':'gioup is extended to Mr. and Mrs. o. m. I
i ,
. ONE WEEK PAID VACATION A M. J. McRae in the death of Mr1; riri '

HOSPITAL AND :MEDICAL POLICY BENEFITS : :McRce's twin sister Mrs. Lillie MADISON STREET BAPTIST :I j I :

, !I Miller of Frostproof CHURCH; "
1
. Out of town visitors at the Sunday 900 Block W. :Madison St. I,
P.M. .1 1:00 P.M.: I t .
Taken Daily 1:00 and '
Applications
Mr.
were
evening service Ji '
Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood, :
of Jacksonville. A- <.<
"'rs. Beaver Japermtendent. ': '
= APPLY IN: PERSON 0 :> "' !
. i.iong the visitors during the past Morning Worship, 11:00.: I I 1
I week were. Mel Swanson of St 1 1I Training Union 6:15 Jim Har- .' I
= I Petersburg, and Rev. and Mrs 1 Director.Evening I''I,
tcn.
[
Co. Inc. :
j Dad (
Big Manufacturing Moms M. Brackman of Vieques. Worship 7:30.: III IIIi

Puerto Rico. -A ho are home on Wednesday Prayer Meeting, < :

: 441 1 1 E. Rrownlee St. Starke Fla. i furlough from their mission work 7:30-: .f Y r !I

.. .. i!until Jan. 1.nOPE. J. H. Mabry, Jr.. Pastor. i
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BEULAHHO.MKCOMINV.BAPTIST I > q
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. (7[ mi. south of Starke on SR 100] .Y' .. 1,1
. Sunday Schgol. 10 a. m. Morn- '' The Beulah Baptist Church east i I ..: y:1;::1

: LITTLE BILL SAYS: :rg: V'oishrp. 11 a. m. Message by '>f Camp Blanding will observe its: tL4k ---------U., .,t..,.

. R,-v. Samuel S- Cuthbert "Evolu- annual Homecoming on Sunday,I I'f .... _vi.. ,., ', I
Mon or Creation?" Training Union Nov. 15, with dinner: on the Ii : '

"Pay Your Last Year's : 6-30 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30: grounds. The public is invited. I ","II
of on the '. THE CHURCH FOR ALL ,
. I p. m. Series messages ,+..rmn..vnm..vnEVERGREEN I 'f:. > ..,: ALL FOR THE CHURCH "I I
. Book of Revelation: "Religion for .
I J. -i.\ "
; .
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The Oivrch die f
> n grratnl roc oa I
Fuel Oil Bill" tine Days of Doubt and Dt spair .. < :
. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30p. i I ':; nub far itif kuiIJing at. cti >*clrr J b:1:1I I II
food It tfcwinnnr
IS fit
. Choir rehearsal under direction I. .. c'ur-a.h.p.' ''I
. 9 m. 'pnto *.t r \''''0111.tironzClian.il.ruhrr <
. of Fred Dodd. By Mrs. Sybil Griffis I You Jmiormy nor '.;..1...Iion tinwrvnt. ''I'II
I can't help laving this htt'e Maybe it'slitcau iK
pup.
Thrn.. loot wend .... .
NO DELIVERIES MADE UNTIL JESUS cimisTLATTFK ......AA..a.Ar.arrr..... I I! e he seems so out of proportion. If he some- hv err .-. .. I
rumen OF ttioulj tllnj
Low were able to flap those ears he might fly asay.Pel rsrrj prnan wr nrrrjuljrlj .:
. I' DAY SAINTS I Those visiting the Clyde Griffis I haps there is a little fellow in your home who ..d) lopporl the. Church. Thryis ,
: Services each Bandar in old t family during the week included i "all: cars" in another sense= a youngster who arc. : (1)I For k.. ... ule. ((2) For hitchilJrr '.. !
DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun t : takes in everything that's said, including somethings .'s ..1.... 0) For she air of hntomauMMty :
and .,
Mrs. Eugene McDonald
JMr
. Sacrament I he isn't meant to hear. ': .aj ......... (4)) For the. Mir. :: t tI
,'lay School lit a. m. I laud children, Gary Walker of I I lost children are eager to listen hungry to of ihc Ch.nh itsrll.! *hi : ARE PAID I Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone we) I Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Elisha t }learn. That is why the early years are so important : moral and. malrrul support. PU. to JO Ipl

. : come Guff and family and Mr. andJM's. I in the molding a child's I character. The '.' to tharch regularly! end rr.d javl Biblr I 11,;:!
Edmond Rosier and family things he hears whether right or wrong, make a d.th. I ;'d!!
St. Edward's Catholic Churcb deep impression his mind. liji ;
on They are soon reflectedin
;
U I lof Lawtey. Rev. J. E. Norman and
. Starke. Florida i hU actions and words. Day Bonk ('La"pt.r Vms .' I II
i Sunday Mass at 10 a. In.I (son. Mrs. Lillie Morgan and Mr. I Wise parents take advantage! !the Church's pro- :''ltldn 1 lIDO It .- I' .11i!;
. Bradford Fuel Oil Dealers Holyday Masses &t 8:30 a. m. & j I and Mrs. Clyde Clinton Griffis Jr. t gram of religious education in implanting those :o.Ilay Rm-Ia...... U Las !:I
.
I Tara.y RnrlalJOa 14 J-:
:'of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Jim tally impressions. They know there is no surer .O
H
nia RrTrlatun
5:30 p. m.Weekday day li Ira I
. j Rosier and Mrs. Lizize Rosier and builder. of character than religious faith. Ttiin'dmy I Kind II tie
. Mass at 8:00 a. m. J. E. visited them t Owhde: '}'our child is eager to hear and tndav I Kino 21 It-It II I
ASSOCIATION :' Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 Iso SundayIafternoan. to learn bring him to church and support the :'.t'allay 1i4. U 1-3 Ii j
a. m. j Church in its great undertaking. I
Baptisms marriages and instructions j Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier and I

: Gulf -- Phillips -- Shell -- Sinclair by appointment. I chidren'isited! Mrs. Rosier's mo- COPT"ht IFS*.K...,..Adot.Strrict.Strmttarf V*. :?:;-

jthtr i in Jacksonville Friday after- 4r
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I tnoon. Sunday dinner of 4 :
guests
.. --- Standard -- Lawtey :the Rosters were Mr and Mrs. K. :' ..:-.., .,:.....>" .:;:.L',>.:...;.. .,.-"*" .. : ::. :;: r.z<'. t.a. .

I A. E. Massey. Pastor ,R. Hinds and six children of Jack- '.
.,..
-- I 1 Bible school 1" a. m. i sonvilleMr.

Preaching It: a. m. and Mrs. Herbert Starling

I Evening Service, ,:30 p m. :of Ocala and his mother Mrs. So- These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service
Bible :Study and Player Meeting 1 .
'ohie Starling, visited Mr. and
II 7:30: p Wednesday.. i Mrs. James Rosier Sunday night. I
REVIVALFIRST Radio program 8 to 8.30 Leach r I
Mrs. Collins and daughter, Mn
:01. Sunday over station
;Tliie! and
;, granddaughter. Robin
I I .VRGR. Starke. IOf the State Farm visited Mr. and JOHN A. TORODE

HIGHLAND [1 W. H. Morgan and Dorothy, GASOLINE GREASE

BAPTIST CHURCH [Sunday afternoon. i FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENE
Sunday School **.45 a. m. I I Mr. and Mrs. Otis Beaver are
'
Morning Worship :i a. m. and i the proud parents of a girl Cynthia -( LUBRICATIONOILS MINERAL

7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each : Denise born Nov. 6. I

I Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. I' louin Elaine and Vivian Red- t SPIRITS I
BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE
I George Chism pastor. Everybody d"ig attended the Singing Convention '
J I welcome. : t lI $
at Momac. Ga. Sunday 1,1
FLA. afternoon. FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES.
\ RACE METHODIST CHURCH ---'" '
Mr. and Mrs. Levy Boree of .I

SUNDAY NOV.SUNDAYNOV.15 THRU t Sunday -LAWTEY Sunday School 9:45' ;, Kingsley Lake visited Rev and FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL It';i':
1 'Mis. J- E. Norman and family
;ja. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m., Thursday evening. The Normans Madison, and Cherry St. PHONEY0 9-2011 Starke Fla. Ii:I II

22LARRY : Evening Service. 7:30 Youth p- m.Fellow- vi',ited relatives. Mr and Mrs. I :
Wednesday -
'Harney Starling, at Middlebur, ""I
I Iinp: and Choir Practice, 7:30: p.
-- recently.
? }!Ill.I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch visited ::'1 J

I AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH W. T. JACKSON I WESTERN AUTO Bradford County I ,

Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- THE RIGHT T-OCVT for th

I ing Worship 11 a. m. Training way you write. Oome In and w Mayor of Starke I Associate Store Telegraph il:

Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship left your favorite ESTERBROOK (

8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer : Fountain Pen. TELEGRAJ.tH.I .
I I lill!I
Ie, Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
I Everyone welcome. I I f I!!:

r ..,- I i. WHY Denmark Furniture Co. GEM am Rosenberg & Son ::!:

1 I BAPTIST NORTH CIMind SIDE: I i JEWELRY New and Used Furniture II:;
Of Starke
Trade a headache for an upsetatomavh I
r Sunday School. li a. m."dom. I \
N. I. WOODBURN I
: : i I tog Worship 11 a. m, Tralnliij i i I i ? .

t. Union, 6ou: p. m. E>enir.i_ Worship I Headache pill do not remove II,I

i 1:30 D. m. Prayer -.teeting the cause of the headache they 1 I I
Wedn >sda 7:30 m. ::
>, p. Everyone
only ease the headache temporarily I FARM HOME II
I
3 welcome. EDWARDS' J & J ,
I and create other trouble.
I
r. Ij j HEILRRONX MI'S/O:
BAPTIST CHURCH the function of each organ

Sunday Schoov; lu a. m. Morning .of the body not only ran the

Worship. 11 L m. Evemnp I!cause of headaches be found and
I Worship. 7:30 p. m. Training
i! n>mObut other conditions such
I Union (Sundays 6:30 p m. MidI BRADFORD BROWNLEE
I seek Prayer Meeting, Wednes- >i as constipation back ache, ne Community State Bank

lay 7:30. p.m. \ousners' fatigue, asthma kidney COUNTYOf
:and liver trouble can readily be Starke & CHASTEEN
I I TELEGRAPH
TAYLOR UP.AHAMBAPTIST corrected by locating and remov r

II CHURCH ing'the caused

OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 7SO p. m. Chiropractic restores health after
bi f Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning 1.

Worship, 11 ... m. Training other methods fail so; you can' WARREN'S SMITTY'S

One of America's Foremost Union. 6:30 p. III r'enlnj; Worship save time and money if you see Grocery and MarketLAWSON'S '

7:30 p. m. Rev.. Billy Bry- your Chriopractor first. Shell Station Barber Shop ,

nt. pastor. CALL THE
Young Evangelists _

'II.UIPTOS BAPTIST CHURC Dr. H. G. Bollinger I -
; Welcome to First Baptist t I -
FRANK EIFERT -- Orlando Fla. Church Hampton. Chiropractic Offices TERWILLEGAR
(
426 N. Walnut St GUY ANDREWS I
SundaY-Sun School. 10 a. i I GIB BROWN'SService
SONG LEADER I 3i.: Morning Worship 11 a. m.; Phone WO 4-2881 Starke MOTORS

Training Union. 7 p. m.; Evening or Station Real Estate

W-ship.; 8 p. m. 728 E. University j Your Authorized Ford Dealerit

: EVERYONE WELCOME! Wednesday-Prayer meeting, 8 Phone 6-32J8 GatneavUIe II ,

i p. m. 20 Tears Experience
.j Pastor Rev.T.. P. McElroy.: -





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tSDAY. XOV. 12, 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELtGRAPH STARE FLORIDA PAGE n E'fq

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..w.mnmyVVYV..r.nI dication of the New Thomasville t visited her cousin. Miss Nan; family attended a birthday dinner I&AA.&A&&A&&A rtrn .. yyMy1VVV11rs1 Mis. Sikes We wish her a speedy rat: a biuhday fsn honor

I Road Baptist Church.Mr. I Aefcir, and her parents. Mr. an i for Miss Shelia Ann Southerland rrco''cry oi her daer'. )t injdi:' : !

LAWTEY% : and Mrs. S- C. Gnffis and I Ml's. Johnny Agair. of Jacksomilli e on Sunday in Lake Butler.Mr. i HAMPTONBy PINE LEVEL Mrs:; R. E. Taylor and children Tt'om.-s Tn.. pa;t \U..I an.?
daughters and Mrs. Ane Luke I this weekend. and Mrs. Shirley Johnson 'of Ralfordi.. I ay tin. Joyce r. futcbAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA visited Mrs. Irma Watkins and We are happy to report tha t and family spent the week atthtir Saturday ; see her face when Mrs Starlmj
By Mr*. D. E. ibis Airs. H. 31. rdcltaer.aaaaavaaviaaavaaavava. .
t Mrs. Idell Lee in Dover and Mr. James Temple, principal of thi'school e camp on the Suwannee I Monday of last week Mrs. Alma cane out with the birthday ('ake'decorated

and Mrs. Jerry 'Bohannon in '! is progressing nicely afte r River_ -__._._.ifrT1Mt........ scarring:: of Crosby Lake entertafn- ,' with lighted candles -
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williamson Zpphyr Hills! over the weekend. i recent surgery in Baptist Memorial Mrs. V. Dickinson
Mfr.family R. R. Depot Gets Overhaul i We had a good attendance at -
j and sons, and Mrs. Dorothy Wil- Announcements Hospital. a' L. G. Wilkerson W. I
liamson of Jacksonville were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish o f C. Gnflis. and Mr. and Mrs. Don t! Hampton's railroad depot is toNg Piroe Level Baptist Church and

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy I th.* proud parents of a daughter, i Webster were Sunday guests o f Ba'lentme of Jacksonville were j I I "L a new look with the first step//183 in pastor.Sunday Rev.School W.last E. Sunday Hall COLD WEATHER AHEAD

I Bennett. Honda Kay. born Nov. 8 in Brad- .'his mother Mrs. Mary Reddish guests of Mr. and MrsD.. G. Wil- underway last Monday as crews'wgan
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton i fod County Hospital. Mrs Reddish went home witl ""cen=on during ,the weekend.Mr. tearing down the north I'brought the mesage at both momma -

J ard sons of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer announce them for a visit. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson enri of the building. : and evening services '

I the Frank Cruce family Sunday. the arrival of a daughter. Mrs. Lavada Davis and famil:r and family spent the weekend at Plans now are to remove the Mr. and! Mrs. Quincy Taylor and I IFUEL OIL

t Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe attended Cynthia Denise. Friday Nov. 6. at .?:1 St. Petersburg and Mrs. Nettn a ramp on the Ocklawaha River. north part of the building which son and three daughters of Fruit-

I, the Roedo in Lake City on j i Bradford County Hospital. ;Davis of Ft. Myers were Saturday r Mr and Mrs. O J. Anders and had housed the waiting rooms and ,land: were visitors at church Sun- C
ja;;; The girls several beautiful :i ior
sang
Sa'urday While there they visited. :Mrs.! Don Wilson of JacksonvilleMr overnight guests of Mr. and MrsL. Billy viiited\ Mr and Mrs. Johnny oil Ice. and rejuvenate the larger

Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson I and Mrs. Harry Taylor and P. Rafuse! and daughter. ,I Jenkins ani: family in Jacksonville smith part, built on a higher level- ; songs durng all the service that
were enjoyed by
and familv son of Middleburg Mrs. Maryi Mr and Mrs.. Herbert Jacob;s !on Sunday James of Keystone The agent's office new waiting Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Davis of : WE; .\HES{ CI.OSIS; YOUR
F. Campbell visited his i I Reddish; and Mr and Mrs. Bryant an:? Mrs. Susie Jacobs of Miltor t; Hb ights. was the Sunday overnight ; rooms, and freight room will' oc- Coroa visited MrsDavis' parents
trcther-in-law and sister. Mr. and Reddish of Mr. and guest! of his parents.
i I were guests spent the weekend with the Carlton cu,y the higher floored shorter :
1 Mr and Mrs. Russell Thomas and
Mrs. Sidney Williamson of Gainesville Mrs G. L. Sapp and the Rudolph Craft family): / Mrs C E. Strickland of Gaines- .
bu'ldmg. This section had ne'erbCf'n .
\ir and Mrs. Jerry Williams Sun-I
,
Sunday. |Sapp family during the weekend. George Tyre and family of Keystone I ville was the Friday overnight finished on the inside, and is da Service }
Quick (
Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Joyce '! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and Heights visited Mr. and 1 i I curet of her sister, Miss Elizabeth to be remodeled in the interior
Futch were weekend guests of Mr. son of Tallahassee spent the Mrs. Hoy B. Hague and family i ITmy.'j with Tailboard ceilings and walls. Mr. and Mrs. John McRae and

!I and Mrs. J. P. Wynck and Miss weekend with her parents Mr. Sunday | Mr. and Mrs. L P. Rafuse and I and new floor surfacing when the :'dren; of North Starke visited

Mary Julia Futch in Tallahassee and :Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Tatnm-Lee daughter; attended services at ais parents Sunday.
rooms are partitioned off.
Oa Sunday they attended the de- Miss Airy Francis Norman Mr. and Mrs 0, E, Pearson an-. Eizabeth Baptist Church in Jack- Miss Diane Hall of Jacksonville
New metal windows will be installed
ounce the marriage of then o EOiiville on Sunday and were dins and Jack Kenny of Green Cove DIAL
daughter: Linda Lee to Thoma, r guests of Mr and Mrs. Cecil and new entrances before Springs spent the weekend with
I\Vf -ley Tatum Jr., son of Mr. and 1 }' Williams.i !tlv exterior is finished with the G'.ona! and Charles Crosby WO 44641F
new coat of white
paint
1 I" 1ir's. T. W. Tatum on Nov. 5 in i green Mr. and Mrs. B. M. :McRae. Miss' r
I SAFE DRIVERS Ildl'h. rnmmed.
I Folkston. Ga. They are living in 1 1 and Mrs Cecil Dobbs andI Kathy Myricfc of Starke and Mrs.
Pilatka. I family of Jacksonville spent the History of the bulking/ owned H. M McRae visited Mr and Mrs

Lacy and Curtis Harvey of Mac- I Tkrnd with her parents. Mr. jointly by the Seaboard and ". F. Hall and family and Mr. and F REGISTER & SON
lOU )iAYSave
rlcnny visited; their aunt. Mrs...1 an* Mrs Walter WIlkison. Southern Railroads is somewhat Mrs. F. L. Connors and W. M.
I Mamie Futch. during the week Mr and Mrs. Dan Starling and in doubt J. W. Home agent operator Sikes in Jacksonville Sunday

re. the Edwin Starlings spent the estimated that the original afternoon. They were called there GULF OIL PRODUCTS

Mr and Mrs. H E- Priest and weekend at their camp in the building was built about 1914. because of the serious illness of
when the two railroads consolidated -
Sciub,
30%
iamily were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Einest Williams and son Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and to have a union depot for "A -- -

if you hadr \rn 4 of Wellborn.Mr. daughter had as recent guests Mr. Hampton. Earlier than this. Mr

years xilhoul accident and Mrs. Earl Denmark and ard Mrs. Bob Shipman and fam- Horne said. there were two sta-
Fiud out al.onllVASP- David Browning of Jacksonville ily of Lake Santa Fe. 'ions here. A freight platform ex- RCAVICTOR'S FALL SPECIAL
Save
tending south of the present
the FIRST LL-SCALE \r-ited Mrs. Lois Carter and sons ...9..9.............. bUding:! was removed about fifteen -

MERIT PLAN: auto in ur- on Sunday. years ago he said.
20% Mrs. Wiley Smith and family of
ance in our !'tate.ow YOt Jacksonville visited her mother. STATE FARMby Baptist Church News BIG 21INCHRCA

ran get rate based on jour M-s. Nathan Starling this week- Rev W P McElroy. pastor of
if h .
3 '
personal I driving record.You'll ears you without.lIrrn accident icrd: Mrs. O. 1;. Crcuby4AAAA.AA4AAAAAj.AAAjtA.AAA.AA Hampton Baptist Church is attending -

likeSPifs FAIR YOUNG: DRIVERS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore had the Florida Baptist Contention -- I II II
during the weekend Mr- meeting at the First Baptist VICTOR
guests
TO EVERYONE: ELIGIBLE. TOO! as and Mrs. Seeber Doyle Andrews ;\I!". and Mrs. John Spence of I Church in Tallahassee this

and children of Wildwood and Mr Jacksonville spent the weekend week. In his absence Joe Roop

and Mrs. Billy Torode and son of with hPi parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. was guest speaker for prayer
CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY Gainesville. E. Crosby.;: meeting: on Wednesday evening at TELEVISION
We are glad to welcome Mr. the church. I
Mr_ and Mrs. L. E. Smith of I !I It '
and M.s. Gamble to the Farm.
With Missions the New Test-
PHONE; WO )1-0121 Starke, Florida Marietta spent Sunday with Mr. in
They are living in the house! for- ament" as WMU
and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson and program topic
i djushters. mcily occupied by Mr. and Mrs. |circles of Hampton Baptist Model 2IOTIIC l

I Milo ZCIgI r. Church are scheduled to meet to-
SIDE Mr. and Mrs. Tex Wilson and i
'NCt 0 had duringthe We are !sorry to report that clay I Thursday 1 at the church.
guests _
CALL TODAY OR STOf IN I dnvghters Mr.as and Mrs. Mose Mrs. A. R. Brunner is a patientin I'The Mane Wisner circle meets at

I weekend the Lake Butler Hospital. We 2:30: m., and the Virginia :, Now Only
WITH YOU! PKESENT POLICY I''Wiseman of Green Cow Springs, p. 'h -- '-'--...
wish her
a speedy recovery. I' '
I ---
Fa le circle 7:30
----T- of Jacksonville.I at : p- m.Ccmrtfrr I
Mrs. Joe
SO 1 YOU I CAN IMMEDIATELY 1 and Frigo Mr_ and Mrs Lewis Marton and Cleaning

NAP COMPARE RATES AND SEE I and Mrs. D. D- Barber Jr.and oh1drenisitPd relatives in Green I
I
Bar- : There will be a working at Santa -
Senior
visited the
family
HOW 1 YOU I Ir (AN BENEFIT. Cove Springs Sunday afternoon. Fe Cemetery on Saturday. Nov. : .95
in Jacksonville Saturday.
I 2 rs Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde
Deluxe.
21. Mrs. Mary L. Watterson. treasurer CA Victor Farrell
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban -
:iMted: their son-in-law and announced this week Shs noble TV with front controls and
this weekend were Mr. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck asked that all interested in the soeakerthat\ can be built in."One-Set
:
Mrs. Tom Gohagen and daughtersof t
3rd of Jacksonville recently 1 upkeep of the cemetery come and electronic fine tuning. 262 sq. in.
Bostwick and Mr. and Mrs.
We Dr. and Mrs. J. E.
miss biing;: lawn mowers and other tookto icture.Transformer-powered Deluxe
.
1
.. :!Raymond Williams of Jacksonville.Ivr. :\Irt'eley and who have
family re-
commended : control end
work with. She
t chassis. Phono-jack, tone
.
I and Mrs Johnny Andersonof ently moved to Starke. I ', .
i 1 those who worked at the cleaning automatic gain control. Balanced
: : ; I Jacksonville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hardenbrook i i last !'Plin and urged all those; i-leKty; FM Sound. Available in 2
.Mrs- and the Allen
Nancy Keebe "
t :nd children of Miami visited her ''to : iition. The Best of the Year.SHEPHERD'S !
ityoui'neQigoesmi Harts. keep it in good co:+; t.Mfn'r7'D; ; 9, Buy
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
;?!r. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and Brcwn. during the weekend. : Bookmobile Here Friday

(I The Halloween carnival held at I Residents of Hampton are reminded RADIO & TV
the Community Club was called a ; that the Bradford County

ft. r f'' 'Treat success by all who attended. Bookmobile, the "library on
I
Don't forget the Tornado Whirl, wheels": will be in Hampton for
toto95CtJe666 and Homecoming football game its first trip this Friday, Nov. 13. Phone WO 4.6901 Starke Florida

Friday night. The Alumni dinner, at Home's Store from 10:45: to .

Th-ch aU grads are invited 11:15 a. m.. and at the elementary _'. .i: :... : ,.- -- :-l"i.t ': .- -.::. -- -p .p'_ : '
1 will be held in BHS cafeteria at sct-ool from 11:20 to 11:35. Re- -. -- -
I l made in Hampton .... .. -....... .._. .
FHir >:30 p m. molar stops will be -, "' ':-i'. 'r.1,; :-,; ;:=y-"-. ,,- .. "" -- J ., .;
by the bookmobile on the second Jtr 'h i;: ::' ..:... :\
r I and fourth Fridays of each F
"-
I1 n r month.
Sin Sl""fi
n i.n i .

purEI '! PersonalsI 1!--; r fdP' the modern A t

This battery carries a i I Mr. and :Mrs. Tom Chastain and .1.1i

i ,I. ''taby of Tennessee visited here .

i lX Sunday with Mrs. Jessie Chastain. I
1L 3-YEAR WRITTENWARRANTY i w.iile; they were enroute to St i popular7way .

Augustine on vacation trip.

tr Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and
i .4
.r James Home drove to Dunnellon ,

((.;

rte '
yS ( 1 :Mrs. Jessie Chastain visited last ,
weekend in High Springs with her
Mw W N 1 a sister. Mrs. F- H. Douglas. t. \ t u
t without.
tL. V t Visiting in the M. Watterson I .
home Sunday afternoon and evening -

., d) were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fail- i 1 flame 1
Mr. and
ms: of Penney Farms.

Mrs. Eugene Failing and Mr. and i -
I II II I ''Mis, FreddIe Watterson. Starke. I =- __
I :Mrs. Gladys Williamson and I
1 1I I 1j j daughter Lynda. Keystone. Mrs. 'I' --- 1

i8I' GAS HOME HEATERS j Lanie Wynn of Theressa and Mr. i ,
of Hampton '
and! Mrs. L. A- Wynn


b put the he {, Lake.Mrs and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft. 's'1 1

r \ 1 ')1"Lasts i.Lauderdale spent the weekend
V; ; I with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxoni :- (

AND YOUR Ml BILLS GO ftIi1Wll :f+ i i and family here last is week.in Doctor'sHospital. ,: ',i I
Mrs. Annie Jones
to 70% longer I
up Starke for treatment.I :1J

I and Mrs. W. P- McElroy ,
Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on.the ceiling until some ol% Needs water just 3 times a ye"orThe visited relatives in Cross City on 1:4 TIME TO CHANGE TO -r
finally seeps down; to the living Jeellfau own an ordinary last week. -
Friday afternoon
heater.you know how costly and uncomfortable f that system is! Cities Service dry-charged "Tri-Fill" Battery com. Rhoden was taken to -

SSegler does just the opposite ..yoUr floors in every roomget bines every major battery improvement to date! Bradford Leroy County Hospital in AN ELECTRIC RANGE
heated first.Heat is wasted the and out the chimney
not on ceiling batteries which lose .
Unlike ordinary can power on Stnrke this week for treatment.Mrs.
Don't close off rooms this winter and pay high fuel bill takento ... ........ ... ...
to boot. .order: your new Siegler now. the shelf before you buy them, the Cities Service dry- T J. Alderman was : """"" .....: Sinre 19V: ) o\er half a mil
charged "Tri-Fill" Battery is absolutely factory-fresh Bradford County Hospital on : Inn more families in Honda
CLEANER I SAFER I
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ... because the power solution isn't added until it's Monday of this weekMr. hate switched to modern
and Mrs. Ira Lester left !=g ; Poti and pan stay : As flameless safe as an : automatic electric cuokmg
SIEGLER GUARANTEES MORE AND installed in your car! Monday for Tampa to attend : "while-glove" clean electric light bulb Doe :

HOTTER HEAT OVER YOUR FLOORS What's more, with its greater liquid reservoir and funeral services for Mrs. Lester's Kitchen walls and ceiling away with pilot light .

special i insulation, the dry-charged "TriFiirBatt ry !sister. Mrs. Vinnie Keenan of that stay fresh and clean Gives priceless peace-o[ ::

you tan't beat IP GAS HEW! needs water only three times a year and lasts up/ citY.'ho died Sunday evening, longer. : mmd.AUTOMATICI. : I' -.

f to 70! longer than old-style batteries. i iNov.8.' ........a......e.. .................. :: ;..J.'
dean I Mrs and Mrs. George Saxon re- .
automatic .
aeraol car vie.TRADE !tamed: nome last weekend from COOLERI I : : ,,

,, dependable and Jan i extended visit with relatives('s _s Electric range surface Just turn a dial or :' .,

\ I iin Pompano and Ft. Lauderdale : units send all the heat push a button. Controlled : \1

f I. AVAILABLE Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunter ol f : into the pan, not out heat eliminate. : .i 5
I ALLOWANCE ''F!. Lauderdale, Mrs Saxon's son- : and around it. Kitchen pot-watching. : r J'
k EVERYWHERE! 'in-law and daughter. drove then r See the newHC #
FOR YOUR OLD BATTERY! stays up to 16 degrees heectric


i I to Hampton.deny cooler. .." .. ,_
come in for a demonstration. S mMfc week CITIES SERVICE !I Mrs. Carl Rhoden Rhoden.son was of taken Mr. and tc :..................:....... D l Range automatic tj:

Bradford County Hospital Fndaj And remembtr, ift cfvvptr to : Electric Water rti
go %
Heaters,too. ..
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SLADE GAS COMPANY S1LCOX with a broken arm. injured whil aH-dtctnc in your ktchmJaundry j i m Htm >* ,t your electric -:;
j''at play at school. than to ute a combination of am ioer. r rrtr.xs appliance

*, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott. Jr. dealer. I

: CITIES SERVICE of Starke, former residents ol f FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY '
Pays. To Trade With Slade" (I Hampton) are the parents of a son
born Nov. 2. Mr. and Mrs. P. H

Starke. Fla. 705 Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. Lftt of Hampton are grand par.e"Le : !-r? i'i : : Tr.J
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YT Y Y y y f day, Wednesday and -Thursday.!wras given Principal i Eddie Thomp-: : .t..; T TT ......... TTTY11.. GiinesvSIe": -----1!1 I nu-nstration: Agent showed how-- to- !;.:rton: most original. Bob D>le.

4 NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I 'Il.l're.will be no classes on Friday. ; Kin" for the presentation 'and thee We are sorry to hear that Dave make a jellied salad 2 divisionprettiest.. Ramona Hf-

I The sewing class taught by Mrs. : \' y fine cooperation that exists BROOKERBy .Green and Mrs. E. W Hodges are Refreshments of pumpkin pie ell: ugliest Jimmy Temple: mole!

I O- W. George is making wonderful between the church and the both ill.Miss and coffee were served the 1: original. Hilda Harrell 9 divisionprrttiest -
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i
; school. The distinguished visitorof members the hostess. Delones Ann Parish:
. progress. Many of the pupils won I Barbara Sue' Davis Brenda McDavid and Marsha present: by :
, prizes during the recent county the afternoon was Marie Grun- : Green entertained the Junior Mrs.. It a Douglas Ug'.est. Mike Castleen; most or-
Ozora SheD
; By Fair. Mrs. Alease Tyson was the' m.'ge. State Youth Du-ector. She &&&A&&A&&AA&&a&AA&&A Twining Union class at the Com- The Brooker PTA reports a to- ig'pal, Andy Gainey.
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.'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa&a&aaa AAAAAAA A&&&&&&& '.aaA&A& wmner of several first prizes. is! the of Rev. Gnmmage !i Mrs. Bedia Connelly of Hauge munity Center Sunday night after ta income of S486 for the annual Those holding the lucky tickets

Scout News These classes are still open for p-ftor of Mt. Pisgah Starke and ;w.vS the Friday afternoon guestof f church. Prizes were given during carnival The expenses will be de- ; were: Shirley Green, electri
asked to be
*asVy The Boy Scouts; of Troop 71Jire be present. Plans must new members. Persons interested Mt. Zion Lawtey. Mrs. Anna her sisters, Mrs. Mattie Sowells [' the games and cake and punchI du trd and a full report given at bhnket.: J. C. Fowler of Higii
completed for the Xmas
still active under the leadership i land Mrs. party. should contact Principal Eddie : Heroes former member of the and Mrs. Rosie Kelley. I were served to the group by the th" November meetms.Winner. Springs. electric percolator: fruitcake
. ,
Clarence DeSue
of Scoutmaster B. T. MarShall ;supper guests of Mr. and were Mrs. Tjompkins. church and county supervisor wasalso Mr. :and Mrs. Stevens Kelley of I I i'girls, ." of the costumes in parade Mrs Lubedia Weeks; Dick
present. Parents are askedto Mr. and MrsJimmy Whitton were 1- division prettiest.Carolyn Caa-tel. costume jewelry and Pete
Sr. Regular meeting is heldtvf'I'Y [ Harry Young. A delicious seafood CHURCH NEWS Jacksonville were Saturday lunchecn i
send children to Junior Church I and of Jacksonville were recent Jones: ugliest Howard Norton the record player.
of his mother Mrs.
interested guests
Wednesday night. Boys dinner:
i I was served. This is typicalo Pleasant Grove, Brooker and each Tuesday afternon at 5 p. m. '!weekend I
guests of Mr. and Mrs
in joining should contact how the club members socialize Mt. Moriah Methodist Churches : E. J. Givens reporter. Rone Kelley. !1 W. E. II .
Bigham. Jr.
Tiny scout in their community or i when no meetings are scheduled. are happy to welcome back Rev.H. i Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Roy Green was the Saturday

the scoutmaster. WHAT IS j Reporter Gloria Graham is expected J. Blunt who will serve them ,: Church Rev. L. McKay pastor held I guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukescf The Home Demonstration Club i Strobo's Garage & Radio Shop

&COUTINX3- ? George H. Masters I home for the holidays from for another conference year. Rev. Sunday School and morning wor- Lake Butler.Mr members met Wednesday after-
II'
tl Detroit, Michigan has answel.ed1he Bethune-Cookman College Day- I Blunt made a round report for the I i sh.p.; The Fellowship Union met and Mrs. Sanford Hicks njon at the Community Center WINTER SPECIAL

question as follows: S-is for !toga Beach. Florida.Thanksgiving three churches and was highly ,I at the church and raised $40 on 1 aid; children of Starke were Sunday The meeting began with the installation -

tieivice to all. not a few: C-is for Observance 'praised by Bishop Bowen District I II the building ,fund. Every memberis I aflemon guests of Mr. and of officers for the new Pressure: Flush Your Kadiafor. Check Water Hose and

Character, noble and true; 0IS : The Masonic family will have I Supt. Hurley, officers and laymen : .irged to attend and bring several J'Mc,,;. Ned Hicks. year They are as follows: president Radiator. Leaks
Gallon Anti-Freeze
for Outings adventure and fun; I iits annual Thanksgiving program j ref each church. He said he will i iI friends." Schedule for the week We were sorry to see the Ralph Mrs. W. T. Blair: vice- One Pr tone -

).1-18 for Understanding how it is with Worshipful Master Damon I!j expect to see each member in jI j and each week as follows: Mon. ,Nettles family move but hope they I president Mrs. T W. Markey: sec- i All for $:r).::))0 (Hep. Price X6.35):)). On Install Anti-

'lone; T-is for Teaching our boys "j Tell Most Ancient Matron Sophia I llm; churches ready to serve on the 7 p. m. Faithful Few Club; Tues. i still be happy in their new home | vtary. Mrs. Tim Rodgers: treat j Freeze $3.10: Per Gallon.; Also Special on Brake
.)low to live; I-is for Initiative, 1 Royal and he is with Mrs. Lucretia Green and
; Worthy Matron Janie i Saiday to worship i 7 p. m. choir rehearsal; Wed. 7 p. tlt Boynton Beach. I surer Jubs.
I
jthe desire to give; N-is for Neighbors S. Mitchell providing the leadeiship. "- i them. "Don't wait for the hearse I m. Prayer meeting; Fri. 7 p. m.. Lucretia Combee\ Sunshine chairman Mrs. Lottie .j'
i Miss of Jacksonville -
to know and enjoy; G-is for Plans are about completefor 'o bring you to church". May Bell I|Prayer Band; Sat. 7 p. m.. I Can I home with e her wards. I CORNER S. ORANGE ST. AND EDWARDS ROAD

oed in the heart of a boy. You the celebration which will in- Dell, reporter. ,I:Crde.! You are invited to join II the was Warren Mizelles for parents the- I Miss Dorothy Ross. Home De-

swill find that the local leadership i elude members of Morning Star New Bethel Baptist Church these services each week. Mary weekend and the family attended
I [I :
emphasizes service for God j!Lodge No. 26. Heroines of Jericho,
Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor held regular j McBride.reporter. home at the Methodist
coming
and Country. Den mothers are !IKuth court No. 18, Juveniles of I
communion services on Sunday Mi. Nebo Baptist Church Rev.S
:also needed to help provide lead- the court and Dell Chapter No. with School 1 will I rhurch in Worthington Springs Three-Day
'I starting Sunday J. Simpson pastor hold regular >Sunday.i ELLINOR VILLAGE
'er nlp for these boys. staff reporter. 158 Order of COLORS' "kendat
. Eastern Star. All at 9:30: in the youth building, Supt I I service on Sunday. The
and Mrs. Buck Tetstone of
i
, members are asked to contact I Milton: Ellerson in charge. The ;I funeral services for the late Sis-
iCarnation Club I' l.tder for details. This announcement rooming sermon was delivered by :; t'T; Chaney McDougal Chandler I I'Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Ruey IN DAYTONA BEACH

* The regular meeting of the Carnation I is being made so that mem- the pastor; evening sermon by !i was held last Sunday at 2 p. m. Tetstone and daughter of Jack- ) only

i Club was held last Monday i ibeis will get uniforms ready and Rev. George W Lee. Sr. pastor of ,. with the pastor officiating. Soloists !sonville and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. iLz

'ni!ht at the Reno Theatre with : have every house in order. I Mount Calvary and Antioch Baptist !: were MrsLouiza Brown of I';tTttstone and children enjoyed an f
J President Brooks in I old fashioned barbecue at the
W. charge. I We are happy to welcome our Churches of Starke. 'I Lincoln City and Mrs. Joseph EIlerson WVFOR 4
} | hoir.e of their parents. Mr. and 1 C1
'All
reported a very delightfui ; Worshipful Master bark after asuccessful At 3 p. m. Sunday Rev. Alphonso i Brown of Jacksonville. Other B 176 of *50
( I' i !\frf. George Tetstone Sunday. twit*
:'evening at the home of Mrs. Din-
Jenkins Sr. and his included Rev. J. P. EE
trip to annual conference congregation : participants WHHP
;ah Tyson at a Halloween Party. I Miss Carolyn hires of Jackson- F S.,.. 1- .t. 91
in Daytona Beach. He was will render service at the churchfor F1.mklin.I I Ranell English DeaconsJ. ES
;resident Brooks asks all members j aligned: to Bartley Temple of the benefit of the Lincoln i f i W. Clark and Vasco Mitchell $ viDe spent the ,,'eekendith her 0gE To" May check in a* ariy a* you lid. Friday
* to be present for the pre- parents.; Mr. and Mrs.: D. A. Hines. is lrEES morning end chock owl ot lot* o* S fM. Sander
i c ,inesville. He reports a very Ciub. This program is being sponsored 18i..t'r| Margaret Albert, main eu- ;

*Thanksgiving meeting Monday :: successful conference under the in the interest of Women's I logy Rev. G- B. Burgman former I' Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children s V ,V atoning-and ho only coif$13 of.SO your-for PRIVATE the what YIUA........

tNov. 16. Busines of vital importance leadership of Bishop O. WE.. Day, which will be held on the pastor of the church. Resolutionswere were Sunday luncheon guests
must be transacted. Alma R. B- wens. i fourth Sunday in this month. I'I'I I read from the neighbors and I'of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H- v Enjoy the many activities at Ellinor Village

,Jenkins, reporter. 1 The Pretty Hat Tea will be held i sisters churches of the commune H. Lewis of Starke. ;,.' 11 Hlt 5tw<. '-If Cnn* she O..
Fiesta* Social Club .\dult Education I I Those visiting Mrs. Mamie H v f_ S.._... Pale N..rb, Artrall..sV
m the educational building from I e I Interment was at Odd Fellows 'NY s.-nI. SwF ''''Mot
... The Fiesta Club will hold its : The Adult Education class sche- 4 to 6 p m. B. T. U. at 6:30: Miss Cemetery, Dallas Graham. Funeral Hodges during the weekend were ,... ... tans

:regular monthly meeting at the ,dnie has been changed for the 1 I Mae Frances Jenikns in charge. !!Directors in charge. The family her grandson Larry Sikes of High For additional. information. fill in this coupon.. \

Home} of Mr. and Mrs. James Dean convenience of the pupils. Classes TIP general public is invited to ::is deeply grateful to all persons Springs Rev. Lacy Conway of r- --- -
ron.. Pine Street. All members are are being held on Monday, Tues- '! the Starke and Rev. Thomas of High < w-,
. attend all of these activities. Members -i i vho participated on program ELLINOR VILLAGE t"P. -
, are urged to support the captains and shared sympathy and servicesin ypnngsj
T I any way during their hours of j Mis. Al Rain of High Springs :?. DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
t
. visited her mother, :Mrs. Mamie Norf.Gh .
The sick members include Sisters sorrow.
1 I Laura Whitmore, Annie :, Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.I Hodges! Monday afternoon and Addr.,.

. Thomas Lizzie Petterman Elsie': E. D. Robinson pastor will hold (Mrs. Hodges returned home with 'tawI
I
''her ... ., .. _.. _
for few -- -
Ps Pr fjeverson and Lou Evelyn Jenkins. I regular communion services on a days .. .- 0.' -, .-
'. i Mr. and Mrs. Archie Waters of
Cthers have not notified your reporter Sunday starting with Sunday

. ; if there be any. Pauline fi j i 1 School at 10 a. m. Morning Worship ; Worthington. Springs were Thursday -

: UP TO $600CASH I Marshall, reporter. I II I at 11 a. m. All choir membersare I afternoon guests of Mrs.
, Call The
. I Allen" Chapel A. M. E. Church : asked to attend and sing in a Mamie Hodges. Fuel Oil

, : Rev L. A. Sampson pastor will :'Our pianist will deliver the Wo- J Mr.. and Mrs. Curtis Chambers

re hold regular pastoral service on men's Day Address at Mt. ZionA land children of Jacksonville were I

Sunday storting with Sunday i, M. E. Church Jacksonville,but I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.

.. School at 10 a. m. Supt. Irene 'arrangements have been made.fora I W. : Hodges Sr. No WO

r Thonlas in charge; morning worship good musician to substitute for ;, Misses Bobby Hodges! and Bev- 49711Kerosene

: FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS at 11 a. m.; evening serviceat ." .:ely, Hobble of Jacksonville were

. 6. pm.. All members and I htrTf deration will l meet at :3 t P m. i weekend ,guests of Mr. and Mrs.

. friends are invited to attend. !: at Antioch, Baptist Church, Rev. j jE. W. Hodges Sr.

&.. '. The youth had charge of ser- j i George AW:Lee pastor. All:.particiiatmg I I' Mr. and Mrs. Carl'Edwards and

CONSOLIDATE BILLS I;.vices last I Sunday. During the : .chuiches and-those'wishing children :of Gainesville were re- or Oil Heating

TAXES REPAIRS '! morning hour Willie James Randolph ., to join are asked to attend. ,rent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.

MEDICAL EXPENSES ; was in charge beginning Choir: members of, all churches 'Hodges-Sr.'

CASII PURCHASES I with Sunday School. Music was ar/a ked to attend and sing in a : Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Green" Jr.
DURING THE 19.-.9-CO:) WINTER: SEASON
t'f the 'proud parents of a baby
IMPROVEMENTReduce i furnished by the Child rens' Choir combined f joup-: At 7 p. m. Holy
, Budget PaymentsOn i under the direction of Mother N. Communion will be administeredby !daughter Wanda Gayle born Oct.

Furniture, Auto, I,. Pull m. Sonja Williams, pianist. the pastor and officers music I 29. in a Gainesville; hospital. YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLYAND

\ A litany of. Thanksgiving! : by the'choir.. All members are I .MrsJewell Eddie and Mrs. N.
Appliances was"= also read by Minnie Morris. ,i asked to see their:ward leaders'so: !J..D:1vts. : were Friday night dinner
FILLED AS :NEEDED
I of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Ida Mae Peterson and Minnie Le? they may be able to make a complete guests

"The Church" report. Ranell English re- Combs in Macclenny.I CALL; US TODAY
PROMPT, EFFICIENT. AND COURTEOUS SERVICEON Morris. A paper on FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION
ALL REQUESTS wcsalso read" by Mnnie Morris. :;:. ixiter. I! Miss; Judith Ann Bushloper of

Morning visitors were Mesdames R. J. C.School News i i Jacksonville,and Synda Moody of

V Mrble J. Lee. Marie Thomas andOTora First Six Weeks Honor Roll I Green Cove Springs were Sunday JEROME JOHNS

V STOP IN OR CALL TODAY! Shell. Each one extended First' Grade Willie' Davis: !night' dinner guests of Mr. and i GI GIo5E I Phillip

congratulations to :: Janet McCollum Winifred Deland Mrs. N. J. Davis. I
and
greetings (
Y.1q
( ) FRIENDLY: PHILLIPS" (66)rt
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Davis of
the youth and leadership for the Rosa: Lcgertha Griffin, Vera Jean :

TOWN FINANCE CO. very fine program rendered. At 3 i ir. ;.:Marks, Linda Smith. David Cru- ,, W- ldo' were Sunday afternoon Phone WO 1-9711 713: South Walnut St.
: of'Mr. and Mr N. J. Davis.
m RJE Glee Club was featured ger. Palma Burke Pearleaon guests
under the direction of Mrs. W.I' D3>n, Johnnie Daniels Douglas ;i J. R Davis of Gainesville visited
144 W. Call St. Starke. Fh. Phone WO 1-9091' Morris, guest speaker Miss Fan- :.. Fegerson. h;s parents Mr and Mrs. N. J. -
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." nie Bell Frazier. Special thanks :. Second Grade Gloria Ann Davis, Saturday afternoon. r- : ::

... i'Cox.: Betty Jean Davis Sandra I Mr.; and Mrs. Reed Lewis and .
I Gay McKinnon. I idavghters: of Starke were Sunday c ,
# Ys
Third Grade Willie Mae Alston !i i luncheon guests of her parents, y

Rebecca Hutchinson Patricia -;i Mir: and Mrs. C. I* Atknson.I .

:i Florida Ann Cummings. I Miss Carolyn McDavid.of Jacksonville ..akvh'
Theatre '
Fourth Grade JacQueline Mc- was home with her pa-

Kinnon, Michael Leverson Audrey rerts Mr.; 'and Mrs. Fred Mc- i.,

Griffin Linda Dinkins. Da'vld, t the weekend.

Fifth Grade JBeverley Lever- fist:Charles Robertson of Ft.iJarlsvon'S. .

:: PROUDLY ANNOUNCES ; r. Chandler. I]j Mrs. H. E. Stokes several a_ _i iw

I I Sixth: Grade = Barbara Ann :days last week.Saturday, Charles -V'
i num.Tkat s*nt.
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silk 55%trtaUr ky-to-na
Lea. Oh, 11 CM r.u nee
eI d.orway
i left for South to we d e
THE MfCollum: Jackqulyn Marshall. and Mrs- Stokes tint n windshield pill* doping hood recoils road trio jr to Fort lo sweep jnncy |
to visit the Leroy Stokes .inds ield ip to 11%pester{lass*w.order mil of raw*
.- Seventh! Grade Annette Fljnda : Forward.out of yow My Wo wore k.mped tarn fn you
i; I Dundee and Mr. and bos through ten iwlow..too.
Shell, William Pierce, Ethel Jones family in I 3 sagged VVVV
i" : Dottie Sue Chandler; Elizabeth MT. Carl Martin in Miami. -

M STARTING OF THE SATURDAY MORNING nain Cnm.Shirley James Butler.Ann Scott Shirley Chorlette Dur- !, daugJ\tets"and Mr. and Mrs.Brenda Wilson Green Green visited and i ii iI i I I : H,


.' Bryant. __. __" _--___ i Mrs. J. E. Hardee Sunday in i
t Eighth Grade -Jimmie Brown. 3 Y; ,

I I Fink Wilkerson Shirley Ann !

Mcore. :i FLORIDA I II

Free Shows Ninth Grade -Betty Crum. I

Glory Cummings. Robert Wade. !, ;
Tenth Grade Margie Leveron. t961; -

w Mary McBride Leola Hou
ston. :H. THEATREI I II

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Eleventh Grade
i 'Margaret
I .... !YDuet III to* Em a diM COT kid DM .fr...ttwta to Hi
10:30 A.M. Johnson Cotes Houston 'Joseph i I Ew iarNs 3.sdd shoulder n mummmmww room mclws pUwtF.f nw. kip aawFar room m the spas 1960 Fords Postwe-" .Iw.....! The trvok sill o ftedocltr' ,;ate' .,
Britt, Helen Franklin ,Frame Only BMct, grae sMlMit rakes loft disUnc Mtp. a ttanf of me pasl THe nun mM i"" 27' abov the street Trunk holdt 3 MtklT
Days 4I
.. long. : 4 ( muddle. kas M well contact *> B- eat thanks to hH wwlth. seat paddoAI' s.pptr II hgpte'" ford is bmlt ter oo"1*'


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