Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03535
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03535
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Three persona were killed in acartruck between a southbound light- daughter. Terie. is still
confinedto :accident
; occurred" when. Allen ap- Three Navy men lost their liveson
smash-up early Satur-I weight car and a northbound Bradford
County Hospital !parently fell
asleep at the wheel I May 1? in Lawtey when their
day morning u. semi-trailer were the driver of where she is being treated for and his (
on St 3.01 ,near a i, car swerved into the I car smashed into a parked grader
Lawtey. raising the toll to.-seven the cars Harold Allen, 22, and his broken thigh. and possible internal. I truck on a curve Just north of the used in road construction and

N who have lost their lives within sister Mrs. Helen Elmore. 19,' injuries.. I Lawtey city limits. I on May a a Lawtey man Arthur

gI 20 days on a three-mile stretchof both of Hendersonville N C. The truck driver Willie Evans The victims were on their way Griffis was killed just south of

the highway still under con: Allen's seven-month-old daughter 44, of Macon: Ga., escaped in- ,to Key West, where Mrs. El- Lawtey when the car hi which he
struction. : died later In a local hospItal.Elmore's jury. i more's husband is stationed with,was a passenger attempted to
Killed I pass a truck: went out of control,
instantly in the collision- Mrs.
Investigating officers said theERADORD the Navy. l land overturned:

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Ambulance attendants pickup week. Smashed cal, at right, 'ThIs tragedy brought the Official County Publication Established In 1879
.the bodies of three ran head-on Into
persons a semi-trailer death toll on 301 in the Law

1'bo'"ere killed In another eol.'ht'n the driver is believed to tey area to sewn persons with-, VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE; 2, I960" .
lision on U. S. 301 north last hare dozed. ia a 20-day period.' E

Cecil Mack's Body FoundBeside ,II fc" %WERE YOU COUNTED : :: r _' a_ ':_ _

Lonely Dirt Road

tJaycees I V1r :
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I Launch All-Out Drive

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n q jti I To Push Starke Over 5, OO Mark ,' a_ .

I I vStarke's new population was unofficially) pegged C

i this week at 4,801-again of 1,857 over 1950's total
of '
1 r pI 2944. <. d2 dP Yr

1x Although 'a substantial gain, of over:! 60 per cent, r +

+hk r the new total was disappointing locally, since most observers i
: had estimated the-current population of Starkeat I -
well over 5,000. i
: fN Not satisfied with the new total the Starke Jaycees 7r.

voted Wednesday night to conduct a whirlwind canvass n 5 .
this Friday in an all-out attempt to boost the popula-

J y .,.yiF.i. i.rs ion Acting figure on to at the least theory 5,000.that' enumerators may have I G. R t ,

missed some residents in sparcely settled areas, or some

f,. 7S x'r who may not have been at home for one reason.or an-

F ti? and other Frank enumerate the Whidden Jaycees'all who,will census have start chief not tinging been"'of'the reported.doorbells Gainesville Friday office CONNER CUTS A CAKE

3L r. turned, said up yesterday in this manner that,will.)all,<-included'enumerated in the persons official Secretary of State-elect Tom ,whose election as Florida's ,next brought baskets of

census total if their. names are forwarded. to him I Adams [left, Doyle and Kitten 1 Commissioner of Agriculture was I were spread on tables food, and out which of
within a week. I Conner State Senate President I assured by a landslide vote at the county visitors were invited to
It is hoped that the :elect Randolph Hodges, and polls on May 24. 'Q'- ?
Jaycee;effort will result in putting share.I
I Deputy Dolph Reddish (left) and. County Judge T. A. Yawn' Starke's : I Speaker of the House-elect Wm. T. H. Slade
official-1960 served
Unanswered iwpuiatibn total at 5,000 or, as masterof II\tatbr fspeech, Conner expressed -
examine body of Cecil Black which was found early Sunday more, and it should be the--obligation'of all"persons who I V. Chappel* prepare to. f hare the ceremonies and introduced distinguished undying gratitude to his

Questions morning on a little-used dirt road south of Lincoln:City. Directly were ,not counted to assist in this fffort, Now is the huge cake which-Wai a featuredattraction'at' guests who read like a loyal supporters, without whose
behind Deputy Russell Redding (center foreground" ), is, time to make I tleryCr4celebra-! who's who of the Florida I efforts his election would not have
your presence known and get on the tally Legis-I'
tion he Wednesdayftnight.
Puzzle James Alack, brother of the dead.man. '; :..:''\t. .. ifl :I. sheet: '. Don't wait tot fhe to lature. Gov. Leroy I been possible. Senator Adams and
Family r ... : Jaycees. come see.you Conn
: ; > campaign workers, supporters Governor-elect Farris both'
other state
.. -, paid tribute
--- .but make effort :ttftfcbntact: them. //TJiis may Jbe. : ,andt State SenUors and wired their regrets-at- being unable to-to-Conner legislative record* and
Thedealh oTbedl bfec F(' his body: which -ls' now' in zr She 'didn't know ,whether Em done. dimply' by phoning WO.4-9711.and..leaving,,yourw Representatives.; ..an,parts of to attend the event due to 'expressed ,assurance' be would
year-old Starke Negro and Lions Gainesville funeral home. !spent the night at home \or"not, name and address.. __ the state'gathered at the football'prior engagements. j'.I make Florida a Commissioner of
Club chef at .an undetermined Cecil's mother. 89-year-old since he b'gorse lots of nights The best possible count for our town'' is highly important "stadium. to.pay tribute to Conner Bradford County, citizens Agriculture to be proud of.
hour last Sunday morning was Victoria Mack, member of one of and she stays with her mother- '. r -

but apparently there are from'lots natural, of questions causes, shook Starke's her.oldest white head Negro'Wednesday' families in-law.Members of Cecil's family. report A fairer because share.it means-representation: .in Congress I I Jaycees PlanInstallation Dedication Set Hospital Auxiliary

afternoon' and said: "C' was put that Em told friends that through apportionment of districts in the House of I
fltill unanswered 'to Gives IsoletteA
.trf his family. there. He was killed and put Cecil went home with him Satur- Representatives. ._ For AuditoriumSchool
For instance: there, just as sure as my name day night. Em was questioned by Higher standing for our county aria community For SaturdayRay new Isolette was presented to

Why would "C" havebeen is Victoria." officers, but apparently.had noth- when business and industrial expansions are being ( Superintendent H P. the Bradford County Hospital

where he was ,when ht'wasMw- But there were no car tracks on ong to offer. made and new sites sought.A Goldwire will be installedas Morgan has announced that the during recent National Hospital
aide a remote dirt road' leading the lonely dirt road when Ella Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish larger share of state gasoline tax money for 'our the new ,Jaycee president at a new BHS auditorium will be dedicated Week by the Hospital Auxiliary.
to the'solitary house of Ella Mae Mae Perry came along'early Sun- said that Mack had no visible county, Friday June 17, at'8 p.m. Valued at $1,150, the Isolette is
morning, returning home sigps that he had met with foul banquet to be held in the Wo- .
Perry and her husband Emory day Easier credit for const for State School SuperintendentThomas designed to provide ,every advantage
obtaining 'tlction-money
[Em] Townley-a house several from her mother-in-law's Le- play. Dr. A; J. Barry, who examined man's Club Saturday night. The D. Bailey will be the for survival of the wborn.or .
miles from his home and one he anna Townsley] where she had the body, said death was new homes, and many other benefits.We ,banquet will be preceded by a premature Infant, offering true
was never knoWn to have visited spent the night. Ella Mae says apparently from' natural causes. commend the Jaycees for taking on this important hospitality 'hour at the Garden principal speaker on this occasion isolation and optimal atmospheric

before. she was just walking along "look- Another strange coincidence:, project, and wish them success. Uncounted Restaurant at which outgoing Mr. Morgan said. School officials, conditions.
If he had died of a. heart attack ing for snake tracks" in the road This was the second ,son of citizens can make the job much easier by reporting president Jerome Johns will be board members, and the buildings
,. as' speculated by Investigators when she spied'the body: No car Victoria: Mack to be .found dead themselves if- they ,were missed by the census takers. architect will be special guests on SOFTBALLFirst
tracks. No noticeable ,footprints. beside road.: ,Willie Mack was host.The
like a
wouldn't he have more If you were one of these call WO'4.9711 NOW! Jaycees netted $650 from this occasion.
_ ly staggered and fallen on his "Almost." remarked County killed in the early morning hoursof Presbyterian defeated
face...rather than on his back as Judge T. A. Yawn, who viewed March 16, '1942 on U. S. 301 their day as operators of radio
Pine Level 24-10 and First
he was found .in the shallow the body at the'scene, "as if he south of Alligator ;Creek Bridge. While Starkes! population showed healthy gain, station WRGR last Saturday and RegistrationRegistration
Christian 14.3 in the last
_ ditch beside the road? had been dropped from a heli-.. The then Sheriff A.X. Andreu the county as a whole showed an increase of less thana finance most of this Midget will Baseball be used to League help books are now played in the slow pitch softball games
Why would he have had on copter." said he was struck by a car drivenby thousand from 11,457 in 1950 ,to 12,435 in 1960. league.
"loafers" at the time his body was Ella Mae lives in the lone houseat a Jacksonville man and termed This reflects the general trend throughout the nationof uniforms.The- annual Safety Check, open in the Supervisor's office in Schedule for this week:

found, when he wore different the end of the road and"goes' the accident unavoidable.. Willie's families moving from the.rural areas into towns and sponsored by the will be the courthouse for registration Saturday June 4-First Christ-

type shoes earlier' in the, ,eve;'by the husband name of Is Perry Em ,Townsley.althoughher left in the foot fatal, was accident.completely: cut off cities.Only held Saturday, June group 11, it was and restoration of names to the ian vs Pine Level, 6 p.m.
seizure If he, 'had wouldn't died his of hat a sudden have T : _. -1 loss in population one town during in the 'County the. past, Hampton decade., Hampton showed fa announced.In I qualified voters list. terian Monday V3 Pine, June Level 6-First 6 pan Presby-

fallen from his head near his declined from 386 in,1950 to 340 in 1960.. Lawtey pick- I .
right away body,?rather side up than, some resting distance neatly.. a in ed the up from same period.576 to 621 and s Brooker from ,277 io 287.; ,":.:::...".tv.i'.',"-;.;.' fz _* :; ..v. -'-- : -, --;--, -- -' 1a _

Members of his family wonder' At BHS

about wearing that a that hat when too. He last wasn't seen .. I

earlier in the evening, they say.

The them after hat they think and last that saw the"C"him loafer went and home make then, 119 Seniors Will Receive DiplomasIn F Pc

left called his for house himSpeculation?.with Could someone. be., who But Graduating Exercises Friday

these are the Questions that.are. Commencement exercises for : Night festivities, in the, new

still' puzzling much members that they of Mack's will Cans For Cancer 119 members of the Bradford auditorium. : r

family request--BO an autopsy be made on High School Senior Class-largest I Highlight of the program'was p ,

.- Cancer Fund volunteer workers are pictured at ,the kickoff graduating[ class in the school's the Class History, presented in a .i e' _,

meeting that launched the drive here last week.. From left: listory will be' held at 8 pjn. series. of episodes produced by

MIDGET Sirs. E. L. JIcKnlght, Mrs. P. G. Felos Sirs. W. H. Hand, drive Friday. June 3, in the new high Harold, Tyus and Bill Bessent.

chairman, Dr. Sarah Lou Wells Mrs Martha SneDrn, and Mrs. chool auditorium.The The skits. depicted outstanding
Those coin containers, they hold out
BASEBALL Clyde Terwillegar. empty welcoming address will beg events of the Class of 1960. climaxing ii
so hopefully] need to be filled pronto, if the quota la. to be met. liven by John Dodd. class saluta- with the eventful trip to

LEAGUE : t orian. and the farewell addressiy Nassau this spring. T '
William TY
: Henry Graham'm., .j7
Exhibition Midget Baseball FAST PITCHSOFTBALL ,After: the skits the Class Prophecy .
was read John Dixon .b +<
Games League To Play "Problems at Face American by PI
Education: Today" will be discussd -' Davis, and'the Class. History by
WedVJune.4. ., Exhibition GamesThe Lions Club and Garden: Restaurant by three members of the gradating Mary 'Katherine Wainwright. ; 4 '
Pratt Street tied up 9-9 In the fast pitch u class: Mary Katherine i
Midget Baseball League, Awards were presented by ,
Diamond I softball league when the game was V Wainwright Margaret Ann.'Din- Wi
will with two exhibition Principal H. B. Ingram.
called in the eixth.Inning on ,account ins, and Harold Tyus.
-- games on Wednesday June 4, at of time. The tie will be The The annual Baccalaureate r- ri-
Seniors will be'presented
diamond. The t
.This Space Contributed the Pratt Street played off .at a later date. mon was delivered in the auditorium .
individually: by BHS Principal
first game will begin at 4 pjn. Camp Blanding'squeezed by Co. Sunday night! by Rev. Bob
:Weekly to Publicize .and the second will follow at 5:15 .C 6-5, and Camp Blanding ran will Hugh be B.handed Ingram to, and the dlplacias Badgett.. pastor of the First
Community! Events by Starke Builders Supply Will play ever the'Lions Club 27-0 on Carleb' Christian Church..
Community State Bank In the :7 School Superintendent H. P- Mayor Turns On Natural Gas
ton Koch's hitter.
THE, COMMUNITY first: game while Johns Oil Co Schedule for this week: Morgan[ Music Win be providedT Singing 'Convention,
and Florida Pest Control will play ; b: the High School Band.
Tuesday June 7-Co. C vi
-STATE BANKOF the second. Waldo 7:30,p.m. -, Class Night The Bradford-Union Singing a brief ceremony, Mayor new pipe'Jne system. Seeing the rill Edwards; and gas utility

The.Midgets begin their regular Thursday June' 9- Lions Club Commencement activities got Convention will meet all day Sun Wm. T. Jackson. (right) turned job well done were (from left) superintendent Oscar Dart

STARKE season on' Monday Jane' 13. underway last Friday night when day at Evergreen Baptist Church the snitch that seat naturalgas Councilman T. C. Hazen, utilities The city U now ready to serve
C 7 Waldo Garden
The public is invited to attend vs p.m.; a capacity audience gathered for for its annual homecoming.; customers with the new utility
I&n games. Restaurant, 9 pm. ,'1 Seniorama." the annual Senior Everyone Interested is Invited. surging through the city'sa chairman; City Clerk Her. upon their request, it ww said.


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_ _'rl.J._-'_' '_.' air. and Mrs. Joseph Bakken Mr and Mrs: Herbert Thomas Me. and Mrs. Robert Taylor I Services
n I MondayFor
t'5';' : .1 and! family have returned from I and daughter Kathleen spent and son of Ocala were: weekend Ij

two weeks visit with his parents, Sunday in Palatka' with Mrs. I guests_of.his Jr.if'qt.r\ Yar. and It j Mrs. MortonIn
f fI I Mr. and Mrs. Bakken Sr. in Thomas ,mo.ther. Mrs. Jrene Rob Mrs U."n.-Taylor.! a 's
fj Wahpeton N. D. I erts. ,x..._, !.fr.and Mrs'G.. Po: Dover 'of' t Jones ,Chapel
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r- Mrs J. H. Dennis and Mrs. Mrs. M. M. ,Poythress of Mac- Fort Lauderdale were weekend
I I' I Mrs. Emma Jane Marten, 71,
I,Nelson Green attended the speech clenny was the' guest Sunday of guests .of Mr. and Mrs.,,F. F. died ,Friday.&n1)1'J bi. ily; 11. at
\ banquet at St. Johns River Junior her Son-in-law'a u daughter, Mr.. ,Flume.Dr I home*
her in Stalks: >attar an extended
I College last Wednesday evening. i j and Mrs. 'John A. Torode. .;,and Mrs 'Barney ''M Rae, 'Illness.

9_''''' ,.. III I .un roc ..- .. .-- .. ""- '.'.- 01) Mrs. H. W. Moyer of Jacksonville ( Friends'of'Kenneth Tyus will be dr..aid.Children and}dr. and Mrs. I Born Sept. 27, 188S in AU .hta.
I is spending several days with i interested learn that he graduated AI i_ Na worth. t tof Jacksonville i i .tmeyand
Ga. she .had lived In} Jstw .
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews Mr, ana Mrs. Willie .
Layfieldi i her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Strick Monday with a B. S. degtee were Saturday visitors,of-Air.and ,
had birthday supper Wednesday I!and daughter of Nashville. Tenn.. land and family. from Southern College in Lake- |Mrs. :Barney 1-ScRae, Sr. Michigan before bloVihs to
with ,Mr. and Mrs. Bruce|Mrs. Addie Wheeler of Taft, and I Starke. She was a member 8! the
evening | Bill Green of the University of land. Attending his) graduation .Mr, and 'Mrs. J. C. Wallace of I h. '
Mathews err Gainesville on Bruce's ,f f'ann1versary. Mr. and Urs. W. H. Steinmeyer j I South Carolina is home for the j i from here were his parents Mr,!I the'state Farm had as Saturday First Presbyterian t=liui>huiband
,of Jacksonville were weekend)I summer. i'and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and 'Harold ![evening supper guests, Mr., andMrs. I a ttk. I Surviving are her tine
Mr. and Mrs. 'David Montgomery -I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. I e Alexander Morton take;
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Tyus. Bobby Turner, .
Replace your old tewing machine and Mrs. k k ; daughter, Mrs. Genevievg #d. Jor-
Lake I
the weekend in Herlong.
spent j belt with a new Sinter Belt Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis of Alice 'Anderson of Starke.JyhnlClaray.gf R. j. two
with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. I i det. North Arlington, .
City their parents E. Hildebraa
j t.from Dtmnafk-Furniture-Co. -ft Miami ,arrived Tuesday to> ,<$pend I ; Daytona each Nor-
5Urs.E. .F.'Uflntiomery.- Mr. 'and-son spent !Saturday ,to!Monday T Mrs: J.: J, Lipsey left today:for j[:a few 'days ,wHhhis, uncle'arul .spent;!Sunday: with his sister,'Mrs.Sarah + Hillendahl Family; Will Conduct i I step-daughters bery. Cedar Grove.Mrs.N. J.Rita, and Mrs.
and Mrs.: H L. Tolbert., in .Mars Hill, 'Jf. -C. -where 'Gainesville to :Depend several i aunt J fr. and Mrs. iL b.'Vining. !. HUnter. I 6ne

Mr, and Mrs.' Charles Lawson '1 they (attended the graduation of weeks with. her. son-iri. :law 'and Mr.: Davis :graduated Monday -Mrs. Mary! Cloud of $Bloaat- I Helen Albert Stark,Milder Cleveland, Ukiah Ohio, Cahf.:
pf iLakelajjd and:ati4rs-L. R.Moore their $on. Gary,from- Mars. Hill daughter Mr. and Mrs. 'C. !;p.Wright. from Southern College! hi ''Late- stowp tis tnakfaig- her ''Wm with Methodist ,Services Here SundayThe I son,stepson Hugh A. Morton, Arl-
of Riviera Beach( were ,weekend Junior College. j|. 1i sonap lst4p t.tJi ter,&.
MK... land.Mrs. @a; ; I ington. N. J.; a sister Mrs. Gila
.Law. Knightand
fl"d JJrs. Paul .Scarritt for Christian
guests pf Kenneth Grayof Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sheppard I Kirby Smith of Hawthorne and Mrs. M H. Gresham. ,Hillendahl family [from College Mich.
Miami spent the weekend with left) Don, Francine. Mary Lou, Workers in Nashville, Tenn., Perrault Benton Harbor ;
son.Mrs. I and family spent Sunday in De- I I I will ,spend this weekend herewith Mrs. Don Bagwell was a medi- I I
Guy Dyal and baby of Mrs. D. E. Knight They visited and Lou, will be in ,Starke this where they have been studying and seven grandchildren.
i I It .land as guests of Mr. and .Mrs.1 I I her son ,and daughterinilawMr. cal patient.in the Bradford,County I i hekj in
Green Cove .Springs spent Tuesday t Mrs. Charles Larsen in Lakeland I J. A. Lee. 1| and Mrs. Shi Smith and 'Hospital ,last >xeeek.Mr. weekend, when Mr. Hillendahl will for the past year. f! Funeral services were
with I her mother Mrs. M. L. on Saturday and ''Mr.: and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Snelli'!I will attend.the .graduation..of .her ..and Mrs.'R. green and conduct both morning and .eve The Hillendahls were commissioned -i(im.I!Jones Memorial Chapel at 2 D.p.
Lawson and family Charles Knight in Gainesville on ning services in the ,First Metho- as missionaries at the annual -i Monday with Rev.Barry
and ,daughter and -Mr.*and!? r3.}I granddaughter, Linda, Friday children of Tavares and Mrs. JjH. I officiating. Burial
:Arriving.home from :F8U 'thisweekend" Sunday. Harry Green and daughter spent I night from BHS- ,H90ten of'Eustis'were' visiting dist Church. meeting of the Board of I VanDeventer
: will l be Mary AgnesMat 'Mrs..Lex Green was in Gainesville I the weekend in the Scrub- I!t Mr. and :Mrs. Merritt Williams Mrs. Green's mother,:'Mrs. R. R. .Mr. Hillendahl was employedin Missions at Buck, Hill Falls .Pa. was in Crosby-Lake Cemetery under ,C.-
thews. Patsy lichols. Ann EidEr l Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Welby Griffith of I[i I and Miss Frances Landrum spent HutchirJgs 'in Bradford County Starke as an engineer with in January 1960 and received the direction of DeWitt

and Barbara and ,Nancy Bates.gtomr Mrs. 'Buzzy Green and her' mother Manchester Ga., ,Mrs. Bryon I the weekend in ""Eustis with Mr. 1 Hospital. on .Sunday!." Humphreys Gold Corporation, and their B.A. degrees from Scarritton I Jones Funeral Home. Harold

.gpwin* Machine Needles Mrs. Y. A. Harris, who was Handley and .daughter Lisa, and,!'Williams' mother Mrs. M. H. Williams. }>Miss Kate Struth is recuperating Mrs. Hillendahl was a bookkeeperwith June 2. After their visit in Active pallbearers were
tit Denfoafk ,Fnrnltnr: Co. if celebrating,he; 75th birthday an- Mr. ,and Mrs. Grady Cook and after 'surgery In ,Bradford. Starke Builders Supply when Starke this weekend, they will attend I I Glasgow, T. A. Yawn Rudolph
The Charles, .Douglas) and El- in 1958 the Annual Methodist Conference I I Sink. Wm. T. Jackson Guy Andrews -
niversary. daughter Ann of Wayeross will ,Friends' of ''Mr and 'Mrs. Dick County Hospital on SLmr1 y. they made the decision '
don 'Jffrdy j fa flies have :been in ,Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. Carrie arrive this weekend for a visit Siefferman will be interested to Mrs. Jack Dumars and'son, Dal.of to enter full\ time work in Christ in Lakeland, and will then I I and Tom Casey. .

Gainesville jiaily visiting ,their flitch .and ,Miss Annie Darby with Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and learn that they have moved from ,Sacramento Calif were Tues ian service. They .applied to the. attend the annual meeting of new-i i -
mother, &.Jrs. CJwiea pardy, Sr., have had as ,guests Joe Griffin daughter, Evelyn. ,On Monday Auburn Ala. and are making day night and Wednesday guests Methodist ;Board ot' :Missions and and furloughed, missionaries in I wagen (to be picked up in Ger-

who has ,keen seriously )ill. of Jacksonville ,last Thursday, they will attend Mrs. Sinclair's their home in Tampa. While in -Mr.uind Mrs. ,J.. H. Rit h. Mrs: were'accepted to-serve'as missionaries Grecncastle, Ind. starting June I IlL many) and board ship for Africa
Mrs. J. ,D. Doyle entered Brad. Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and Miss graduation from Uof F. I Auburn Mr, Siefferman was pro Dumars will'-be remembered as a ''Xo. Southern Rhodesia, I in Italy. They, expect to arrive in
ford County flospital on, Tuesday Gloria Johns of Jacksonville on Mrs. Anna Bell of Skokie III. ducer-director of Educational T. former BH3 teacher.' Africa.ln After a visit with their familiesin J the Union of South Africa in
for observation and treatment. I Friday and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. died recently in a nursing home V. and will continue this line of :Mrs. W.' B. ,:runny went to '\: June 1953, Mr. Hillendahl Houston Texas, they will go'I of
Betty 4o Barren is confined Darby of Tampa over the week- hi Evanston. HI.: She is sister of work in Tampa. Mrs. Sieffermanis Tallahassee on Tuesday to get I.!was appointed 'to serve as student to New York, sailing from there 1' November. After a period

with merles. i end. ."* |II! Mrs. Charles McComack and Paul the former Miss Martha Land- her daughter Jean, from ;FSU, pastor ''Of Kathleen Methodist on July 28 for England where!I language study they will proceedto
Roue who are frequent visitors for the summer vacation. I Church forrone year, during which they will work for several weeks' their assignment at Ny dl.ri,

,.. ,,. -' I here at the .Icon of Mrs. Carrie rum.Adrain DeVoe of Hackettstown,' Mrs. H. .A. Durden ,and Mrs i I time ,they both attended Florida with the British Medical secretary..!I Southern' Rhodesia, where they

Ward. N.,J, spent the ,weekend with, ,Mr. Bruce Durden and son Bruce, SouthernCoCsge .in Lakeland. In From England they will .drive I jill serve as administrators bt the
Friends of Randy Johns will,be .and Mrs. Smith DeVoe. Jr. of Jacksonville Beach were Jtrme" ':1959..;.. they' transferred to through Europe- in their Yolks*iWashburn, ilemorial Ho.pltal..-
DEALERS FORCONDITIONING- happy to learn that he returned Mrs. Fred Guy;.daughter Jane,' visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. .H. Ritch ,
home Sunday from J. Hillis.Mill and son Jimmy of Gainesville are on Tuesday. !
er Hospital in Gainesville following spending this month whit Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs- Henry O'Hara
an operation performed on Z. Adkins at Kingsley Lake. and'Mrs. L. C. Smith of Daytona The Bradford
his leg last Monday. Mrs..U. H. Fetch and'Mrs A.Beach attended the funeral of

COLEMANAIR Rev. ,W. E- Hall of ,Pine Level L. Crosby;;Jr* visited \\Mrs. M. ,E. the'O'Haras' brother-in-law.: Hen .
Baptist Church attended the Glisson ,lri Jacksonville last Fri- ry Tillman, in Valdosta, Ga.
World Baptist Fellowship meet- Tuesday. Mr. Tillman celebratedhis

ing in Grand Prairie Texas last day.Miss Sue Morris of Pompano tlst birthday on May 23.

weekend. ,Beach ,who spent ,the weekend Mrs. R. R. Hatchings has been
i George Patten son of Judge a medical patient ,in Bradford CountyT elegraphI'
Mrs. S. G, Den-
with her -sister. ,
will.return since last Thurs-
I and Mrs. G- L. Fatten County,. Hospital
!home Saturday from his freshmen mark and family left Monday for

i year at Stetson University, f Leesburg where she will work asa day.lira.. E. F. 3IUes.was called, to .

OIL OR Deland., I counselor at the Methodist Hialeah last Wednesday by ''.the -
GAS'I' Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk had Youth Camp this summer.SATURDAY serious ,illness of her sister, >Irs. a :
as dinner guests Sunday evening.Mr. .I[ Carolyn'Wilder, who died on Sun-: I .
.. _.. '
of : ,
and Mrs. Stephen Kelly ,- day. Mrs. Wilder's funeral washejd
.' !Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin on Tuesday.! .
Several Good Used !Andrews of Gainesville and Vern-. }.{rs:,Guy,Sale and.Mr.'and.Mrs.

on Reddish of Starke. : Lucian 'Conner and 'son, Douglas, Invites to
FloridaTheatre ;:
Sheriff and Mrs. P, D. Reddish were 'overnight guests>Tuesday of you seethe
through 3Ir.. ti. '
spent last Wednesday last week of and Mrs. C.
WASHING MACHINES Sunday in Cedar Key. They were Callahan in Miami.Litjle ali AMBER GRAY
I -new
joined over the weekend by Vernon ;Mike Fogg is confined}

WRINGER TYPES Reddish 'and his fiancee. Miss wjthj I chicken!! :pox. '. '
I Sylvia Paulk, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Fetch! andfamily "t ;
AND AUTOMATICS $5 0 Robert Green and daughter Mar- of Tallahassee were Sunday 'Burroughs'
visitors oI'} r. and'Mrs. C. A.Fetch. .

FROM UP.GAY'S ian.Mrs.. G. L. Farber, Mrs. E. A. .

Hall, Mrs. Nate Dyal Mrs. Ger- June 4
"'U" .. .. ...., trude Hoffmeister and :;Misses Extra. Bobbins'save itlm*-Stock: TEN KEY
HV Pith Sfnjer Bobbins., ftt Jen-
and Delia BIG TRIPLE
Middleton _
Madge mark Furniture C*. if'Mrs. ALPINE BLUEELECTRIC
Rosenberg attended the StateB. FEATURE PROGRAM II I I

\ HOME APPLIANCES P. W. meeting. in 'Kissimmee ,Suspense, Comedy,and I I Griner '
on Sunday.Mr. :Western all three for regular '
and Mrs. Willard Pass day visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. .F*.
,PHONE WO 4-7511 t admission ,
Saturday through Monday D.
spent friends .in Tallahassee COME ONE! COME ALL! ,Dr.: and 'lira. J. L. Stith and I. .
355 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. with,Mrs. E. S. Matthews }'fil1returnto .1st Feature children of Sanford 'spent the .: ADDINGMACHINE I

Orlando Sunday,after spending weekend "with her parents, Mr.
J several weeks here with her son Horsing Around d and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins.Mr. .'

and daughter-in-law., Mr. and and Airs. Brad Locke and .
Mrs. E. L. Matthews. son' of.Jacksonville, spent Sunday
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS'We Judge G. L. Patten is holding (Stooge Comedy) with"Mr.. 'and Mrs/M. C. Wells, '

court in Levy'County this week. 2nd. Feature Mr. and -Mrs. Alvin Gerle, and ;> MIST GREEN

W. H. Hand and L. M. Irby, Mrs. Car lyn Redgrave and. "'son; Here's'ire latest for tba modern office "
local representative of Gulf Life Wayne,, at Brooklyn Lake. :
Service Vhat Sell
} We
Insurance Co., attended their I t adl_ Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Faulknerof ..'.ths Dght, compact aHeiectricBurroughs
company's annual sales confer- ..t+aepa 4 Lakeland spent! the ;weekend
WEEK-END: SPECIALS I ence held recently at Hollywood f _C r-4'; F with Mrs. Ben Faulkner 'in rDoc- Ten Key with new B&nceToycti'to
Beach. tit tor's Hospitat; and with :Mr.. and ttrffitiZ colors-

Mrs. Alva Smith of Gainesville FYRD. Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Miss, ,Mary I
A-l USED CARS after spend- t Faulkner.
returned Wednesday I ST
ing two weeks here as the guestof BORGNE.o. !'!'PFC 'Tommy,Gin of Fort Kenning SEE THEM TODAY!

her,cousins Mr. and Mrs. E. Columbus, Ga. was home recently > m 'SCWHCMWHJLY

Used Cars and Trucks A.Mrs.Winkler Rudy Chism is in Alachua S1B ER. : ..: ; s 'a.. .and .Mrs.Visiting W.! T.his Gill.parents .Mr.

40 General Hospital where she underwent ,Mrs. G. T. Huggins was called ( $199 L8S TAX _.
To Select .from ear surgery on Tuesday t to High Springs this week by the .
., Friends of Mrs. Owen Vaughn !I yy t tl- sudden death of her brother, Roy ;' H .
will be glad to learn that she j! H Jeffords 41. Funeral 'serviced :, ,. I
after a five for Mr..' Jeffords were held Wed
Used, Station Wagons has illness at her home. weeks'l 3rd Feature nesday afternoon. :., The Telegraph Takes Pridein -

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rex",,Brown will return home
8 Several With Air Macclenny. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Thursday from Purdue University l announcingthat

Patrick and son.Greg of Sneads.1Mr. llafayette, Indfor the Bummer.
and Mrs. Billy Weldon of'I' Mr. and'lira RoY,Sb3w': of Valdosta -
franchised dealers for the
we are now
Conditioning Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Ga. and Mr. ami'Mrs
I R. Weldon are spending this Charles: Godfrey of Jasper were
: j weekend with their mother Mrs. te.a.M. weekend ,guests of Mr. .and Mrs. famous Burroughs line of Adding Machines -

J958 FORDS From i{i: Gladys the graduation Weldon. and of their will attend sister) Cartoon: Pete the Hothead TyJer Miss'.Jones.Jackie, Hobbs of Orlando manual.electric/ full keyboard or ten-key.

8 Miss,Martha Weldon. < and ,Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry
Friends of Mrs. Paul Raymondwill $7295.00 and "
It's site latest!
up be happy to learn that she SUN., MONn & TUB will be home:;for the weekend.Mr. .

I returned home Wednesday after i iII I and,Mrs.A. C. Williams and ': : '
being,confined in Bradford Coun- II. June 5, 6 & 7 children' spent' last Friday to ,. /. '

Fishing Cars From II ty Hospital for a week. I II I II |MERVYN lEROi .ee cso et Thursday in Cincinatti, 'QhioM"ra. vL sing ", ,ONLY$1J3,
12 Mr. and Mrs. C. .L. Scholl re- :|I WgkeMeCartoon 'WUiams' amily. _

I turned Tuesday after spending I Mr. and Mrs. J.. R. Kelly and I. 'plus.T tax'- *, i
-/r P
$50 To $200 I i several days in Richmond. Va. family of 323 N. Walnut street 1 I .f..{ ,
I{ with their,son-in-law and daughj i I 0 are moving to the:Kincaid,cottage I "'... .- .' ,
j ter,.Mr.quad Mrs. E. ).t. C..Quim-' on'Kingsley Lake'for the summer. ;. > ;"a, = >J
I I Mr.. and -Mrs. Buzzy Green of .
Our Used Car lot loaded bccauac we by. ,
Mr. and Mrs j. ).t. Smith and ,a Gainesville will occupy :the .house <

sold more New 19i FORDS in May than I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. 'Jr. : Trigger Treat vacated tby.the Kellys. '" All Burroughs Adding
i and son Bish. spent the weekend :Mr. _end .lira. :Oscar: Hendrix ,
any previous month., Therefore we ',are I at the Bishop camp ,in the Scrub. r and.'eon,of Stateaboro; Ga: were

offering special prices on these Used Cars I Raymond. StefaneUt will arrive \VED.. TI URs.. & FRI. visiting her parents Mr.:and-11r&J..P. Machines-. Unconditionally

traded in on New 1960 FORDS. I I Sunday. Murray.from Murray Ky. tospend State 'College the- i I I June 8.9 '& 10 spent_ a DU1 few last.days week.eaU They Daytona all The N New I 1. :Guaranteed For One Full s

summer vacation with ,his ,par-i I Beach. '
Don't Delay -- Visit Terw.+llegar ents. ,Mr. and Mrs. .HenY Stela-\ I : THRIFTLINE: Year! .
;'tcaf mc tit'8Sngts: .MI9 &ItC HAH -GPERATED.
: < :' *
nelli.Mrs.. John W. Griffin of Och-,Ir 8f'wini'MSetit ft&- D r 'ASBfRG MWHtHESKfVHBtfeSil _, 'CO'
Motors F. e. (I .
TODAY !lochnee, Ga. spent the first of r-i iI e -.,
\ i ....... '.
I the week with her parents. Mr. Jlr. and ;Afrs.-Uoy ftrymabad .GarallrtOM' -' '- "
and Mrs. E. F. Stump. as weekend guests Scott'Green cf ; .. M rvo sa'01-rODlYI, :

Your Authorized ,Ford ,Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mundorff Ohio, and Mr.. and ,Mrs. John "

will spend ,the weekend in Atlan- : 4alEi1lFliir JOine and children of Jacksonville. Flee Service ,For First Twelve Months!
G*. where they will attend iadOliver, H. Aspinwall Jr. .
Dealer In Bradford{ County Ita. graduation of their soru-Jan.I: of'FOrt Benhing; Ga 'spent" the : TERMS:TO RATED FIRMS

I from Oelethorpe >University on' Cartoon: Wayward,Hat past, J9" weeks' with':bis' f p otlief. ,
( r
-Sunday Mr3. "Marfer: fai'is. :' M.J1"L' __, '1''P_ _f 1W. ,. J ,_ JRAGE

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---- U ---- -.A ... IL-.. 1MI. \ Mrs. J. M. Vickers 1a' Graves Family I Carolyn Vickers lB. C. Holtzendorf Lawtcy Post Office

I Is ComplimentedAt Enjoys ReunionAt I Is Honor Guest I s Honor StudentAt Substitute Clerk

Parties Ii Iif I i Gold Head At Farewell PartyMiss Aberdeen Exam To Be GivenThe

I Several parties have been give] :'w Gold Head Branch State Park Carolyn Vickers, who with i :Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf( U. S. Civil Service Com-

; in the past week honoring Mrs ,was the scene Sunday, :May 29, of her family, will move within the have received the following letter mission has announced an examination -

,j I J. M; Vickers, who; with her fan. ,' f the annual reunion of the Craves:next few weeks to Brunswick, Ga. from Col. H. A. Snyder, commandant I for filling the position! of

I. Gladys Mooty j I I ily, will move soon> to Brunswick, 1 families. This yearly event has I\.as the honored guest last Sat- of the U. S. Army Ordnance substitute clerk for the Lawtey
T v L j I Ga. '. '. I taken place over a long period of urday evening when the Misses School at 'Aberdeen Proving post office. Starting salary Is

:I Mrs. H. H. Adams was hostess time, and friends, and relatives'I Susan Slade Betty Lou Wainwright Ground Maryland: '$1.69 per hour. No experience is

i Monday at 12:30: o'clock at her from different sections of the| Joalyce Graham Barbara '
"It is a pleasure to inform you required, but applicants must. passa
} :!i home on East Call street when country have attended and en ;Blankenship, and Margaret Doug- that your son, Master SergeantBen written examination. .
a she entertained members of he r- these occasions.A las
joyed entertained at an informal
I C. Holtzendorf, Jr. has distinguished Interested persons may obtain
r ';i bridge, club honoring Mrs. Vickers ;iiii basket dinner was served at,party at the home of the former I I .himself by' being the application forms and further information
noon to the many friends and relatives -i j on East Call street. I honor student in the Automotive at the Lawtey post
The luncheon table
where the '
S 4.4 _, who gathered. Anvwig! Guests were entertained on the : Repair Course at the U. S. Army office.
t w eight guests 'Were seated, was sI those attending were: Mrs.' ,James: j patio and in the garden. Re- Ordnance School. His standing: as

| overlaid with a linen cutwork Graves and children, and Kay freshments were served from an first cut of a class of 27 studentsis

''Cloth and centered with an art- Graves, all of Georgia; Mrs. Eve- attractively decorated table on a reco:'d in which you can indeed Registration,
.n vr ;istic arrangement of stokesia and i '
w the patio. Of
+ Abernathy, Mrs. Beatrice: take pride BeginnersAt
L f daisies. I
J r i, :: Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. R. S.Surrency. During the evrning the honoreewas 'It is anticipated that the
c Following luncheon I : Southside
bridge: was
j I f all of Tampa; Mr. and! presented with a Bermuda academic proficiency your son
? enjoyed with Mrs. J, R. Wain- :
I '
g, F t Mrs. Forest, Reynolds and grand- shorts set. a gift of rememberance. has demonstrated will prove to bea
I Registration for pupils enter-
wright making high '
I daughter of Jacksonville; Mr. and from her hostesses. valuable asset not only to him I
i The club members presented ; ing the first grade of Southside
r Mrs. Mathew Wasdin and grandson -' Mr and Mrs. Charles Sawyerof in his career in the Army, but in
t; y I Mrs. Vickers with a personal gift Miss Judy HarrellTo Elementary School next year will
of Graham; Mrs. H. M Aber- Jacksonville assisted in enter- civilian life as well. I am sure I .
Ws |as a remembrance of this lovely be held Monday, June 6. from 9
., I affair. Wgd Frank Caho.on nathy, Mr and Mrs. Earl Abernathy taining the approximately 45 that the fine guidance he has received a.m. until 3 p.m. at the elementaryschool

s +; rt i and ,son, and, Mr. and Mrs.. guests. from you played a major office, Principal Toni Casey
I I Circle Jimmie Noble and of' attain '
son Ocala; role in enabling him to this
i Mrs. N. S. Dankel Mrs: J. E.i announced this week.
Mr. and Mrs. .Walker.Vice.of ,Gra- Brownie Notice high standing."
x : & i Hardy, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pete To enter, a child is required to
I. M ham; Mr and Mrs. J.,A. Sullivan, Sgt. Holtzendorf completed one
;y'ix ; ,. I It' I Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. E. A. Yanceyl the. State Farm announce the be six years old on or bef9re Dec
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves June 2 and has started
? of Day- Brownie Troop 1 of Starke will course on ,
3 I and Mrs. II- M- Hatcher, Jr. en- approaching Every parent mu.t submit *
marriage of their tona Beach; Mr:, and ,Mrs. T. A. have its annual picnic and swimming another course which he will the child's birth
Ii tertajned at a farewell party on daughter Judy, to AR2-c Frank Graves of Starke Mrs. in certificate at
.r .. I ; ; Bunie party at Kingsley Lake this complete September. the time of registration. If the
Tuesday morning honoring Mrs. Cahoon, of
Mrs. Marie Cahoon
t" : Broughton of Graham; Mr. and I,Saturday.
Members will meet at
parents do not have birth certificate -
".A I Vickers. The affair was held at and the late Mr. a'
:; Cahoon' of Melrose
.. %? ;rc n I Mrs. Buddy Stokes and children, the home of their leader, Mrs. J.
for the child, they'should
the Hatcher home E. Call Mass. Madison St. WMS
:#'i a t' 6' I on Mr. Cahoon is stationed -
; ? Chispa Mimbs and son of D. Warren, and bring a packed
t apply for to
f street. at Tyndal Air Force Base one now and get it
w } Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Felton :lunch.
:-tit' : '" : k". y The dining table was centered in Panama, City. Graves I Glide 1 of the Madison Street the school office by Aug.. 15,
: / of Lutz '
{ : and several All Brownies who have not fin-
3, # with a punch bowl filled with ice The wedding will be solemnizedat ished Baptist Church VMS will meet Casey said.
friends of the their cookie: sale are asked
; and Coca-Colas, and on the tray St. Edward's Catholic Churchin family. Tuesday morning, June 7, at 9:30: Every child registering should

holding the punch bowl were daisies Starke at 4:30: o'clock on Saturday to report. o'clock with Mrs. S. E. Sparks, I complete ,all immunizatton for

and fern. On the buffet wasa June 11. All friends 'and Woodman CircleThe 302 Lafayette,street. j communicable disease during the

.. graceful arrangement of mint relatives of the couple are invitedto summer, including booster shots,

green pompoms and chrysanthemums. attend the wedding and reception Woodman Circle will meet THE RIGHT POINT for the I THE RIGHT POINT for the j and during August crery beginning

e' Throughout the home ear- 'immediately following in the Monday night, June 6, at the nay you write. Come in and *e-j I way you write. Come in and select pupil should have a thorough

) 2 ly summer flowers were used, to home of the bride's parents.R'ehear'sal '. home of Mrs. Mae Green. feet your favorite ESTERBROOK' your favorite ESTERBROOK physical examination, the prlnrinal .

advantage in decorating. J Fountain Pen TELEGRAPH... younfaln Pea, TFI.PfiRAPH nc-- saidSTOPPayingflentlUBDU, .

35 guests called _.. .
Approximately .
Party -- -- "
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t>between the hours of 10 and 11 i
o'clock. The hostesses remember- For Norman-Cox .

t ed the guest of honor with a going Wedding Attendants

I away gift. '
A rehearsal supper party following -

I I Slade Home Scene i the Cox-Norman wedding .
k" : rehearsal was held
mt. Of Open House -in the Meth-
"- odist Fellowship Hall last Friday

v Y rx el, Y For Graduates evening. S
The T-shaped table was over- Your Dreams Of Owning A Home

Mr. and Mrs. T H. Slade Sr. laid with white linen cloths and ;,

and daughter Flora held open held a central arrangement of

Miss Marilyn Cox Weds Earl Norman house Sunday afternoon from pink and white 'g adioU. "Ivy and Can
Come True!
In. Methodist Church 3:30 to 5 o'clock for the.Bradford fern extended" down the lengthof : ; $0 Easy. \
Ceremony SaturdayThe
High School senior class and high the tables. Bridal l place cardsmarked '

First.Methodist Church of I greeted guests. Gladioli school faculty. the seating arrangement., ALL YOU NEED !S THE ,
Starke was the setting last Saturday and Fugii with decorated pompom The tea table in the dining Guests included members"of the. I DEED TO YOUR. PROPERTY, I
I room was, covered with a white wedding party, the two families,
evening for a double ring the room. '
cutwork cloth and silver appoint- and out-f.towl1 guests-

candlelight Miss wedding Marilyn Joyce ceremonyuniting Cox,I a The cutwork bride's cloth table over, overlaid white satin with I ments. The centerpiece of Fugii ," :i : NOT H I N G DOWNtAi

mums and chrysanthemums carried Hatcher Home .
_ daughter of Mrs. .Eddie Lee Cox featured garlands of smilax en- I I out the class colors of aqua f ,.
and the late Mr. Cox, and Jason twined with chrysanthemums Scene Of LuncheonMrs. ,
and white, with silhouettes of boY'
C Earl Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. caught up with lavender gladioli
George Troy Norman. and carnations. The three-tiered and girl graduates' worked' into Payments Less Than Rent 1 Or

The Rev. Herman O. Boyette wedding cake in the center was bowl the arrangmeent.graced one end.A silver of, the punch table. hostess H at. ,a M.luncheon Hatcher last Jr.Friday was -- 2 Models To Choose From 1

pastor, and the Rev. Lewis D. embossed with white 'roses and The tea napkins further carried I'at her home on E. Call "street BuiltToYourPlans .

Haines of ,the* First Baptist and violets,.and topped by a dou-. j out the aqua and white color honoring Mrs.: F. W. Graudori n,' .. .
Church offidlted-: >before a back ble uedding'ring arrangement. \ scheme with :'Class of 1960" Mrs.; Norman Willis';, ''LrJ: E. .. .

I ground of flowers and greenery. Lavender carnations, entwined in Hardy, and Mrs. M. H. Sheppardon
A large arrangement of white with smilax, were placed down The large mirror over the buf- their birthdays. ; Own This 2 Bedroom Home. Bunt.
pompom chrysanthemums, gladioli the center of balancedby rOn
the table fet reflected the silhouettes of Eight guests attended 'and a
jade, and fern stood in the white tapers in silver cande- Your Anywhere
i boy and girl graduates. birthday gift was given, each hon-. t-.i Property, ,
center of the chancel. Smaller ,
\ labra. Cutting the cake were the for the oree.
Assisting in caring
baskets of gladioli and chrysanthemums .- Misses Rosa and Edith Moore, i i guests were Mrs. Charles Sawyer, Nothing Down And As Little;

were placed on each aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Wil- Given ,: r; ,
A. Y.
Jr. Mrs. Bridge-Supper
Mrs. Tom Slade e- .
side. liam J. Hall of Miami.
Covington, Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs.
Mrs; Leyy .A. Canova was organist Mrs. Gene Norman, Mrs. James By Two Hostesses \ r "
Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. Jimmy .r
playing the traditional Weldon Miss Linda Rockwood ..,.: AS' S33.15 PER MON tI

wedding marches, and accompanying and Miss Pat Tunstall poured Rowe. Mrs. Nell Andrews and Mrs.' .

Misses Jayne Silcox and punch at two tables which were C. Ritch entertained at a delightful

Hugh Ann Cason vocalist draped with garlands of lavender Miss Marilyn Cox supper and bridge party on liTHE FLINTWOOD"

A gown of imported Alencon carnations and gladioli., And BridesmaidsAre the Ritch's patio Tuesday even- I

lace over taffeta, featuring a Dio r The bride's book was kept by ing. '

waistline and wide chapel train,, Mrs. Lex Green Jr..:. and Mrs. Entertained Arrangements of early summer .INVESTIGATE THERE IS A DIFFERENCE! ,{
the bride.The bodice flowers 'were used to advantagein E :
was worn by Gayle Torode. Assisting in hospi- .
was styled 'with a portrait neckline talities were Misses Elizabeth Sep Mrs. Tyler Jones and daugh- decorating points of interestfor "

outlined with seed pearls, a gal. Sandy Fraser, Judy Beasley ters, Mrs. Lex Green, Jr. and Mrs, the occasion. "

pliqued lace flowers and short, Carol Dotter, Suzanne Mentzer, Charles Godfrey, entertained ata After several* progressions of CHECK THESE STANDARD FEATURES !IN ALL BEVIS HOMES, ;

scalloped sleeves. Lace and flowers and Dorothy Ross, Mrs. Inez luncheon last Saturday at the bridge by the 20 guests prizes

studded with pearls also were Green. Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. Tyler Jones home honoring Miss Mar were awarded to the winners. a '5 SILL CONSTRUCTION o METAL EAVE; DRIP f i

scattered on the full skirt. The Jones, Mrs. James Gentry, ilyn Cox bride-elect. I e SILLS AND FLOOR JOIST CREOSOTED S DOUBLE FRAMING ALL OPENINGS

tiered fingertip veil .of illusion, Mrs. Steven Kelley, and Mrs. Jack : The white linen covered din- Royal Ambassadors o FULL EIGHT FOOT WALLS d D GRADE FLOORING

fell from a lace coronet, with McComb. ing tables held arrangements ofwhite e 2"x6" RAFTERS AND CEILING JOIST' 0 1ST YR. INSURANCE AT NO ADDED COST r

scalloped pearl edging and iridescent When the newlyweds left for a and pink gladioli and bridal Enjoy CampoutAt !

paillettes. She carried a wedding trip to South Florida, ; place cards marked the seating Gold HeadThe

cascade of white roses with a Lavender Mrs. Norman wore a rosecoloredsuit arrangement.Miss I

orchid: Her brother, Pear- of imported silk and match- Cox presented her attendants Royal Ambassadors of.the Additional Sheetr '
Also Available At Small Cost In Any Home You Choose. t
son Edward Cox gave' her in ,
ing blouse with rose accessoriesand with personal! gifts during Madison Street Baptist Church ..
marriage.Miss a l lavender orchid corsage. the luncheon.The hostesses gave the First Baptist Church, the rock Installed, Wiring I Installed ( Ready to Connect Power) And 3-Piece I

Linda Cox sister of the After June 13 they will reside Miss Cox a piece of crystal as a ; Kingsley' Lake Baptist Church. Bath Set Furnished. !

bride, was maid of honor, and at 5138 Shirley Atenue in .Jack- memento of the occasion. and 'Evergreen Baptist,Church ,:' -

Mrs. Charles Godfrey of Jasper, sonville. Included In ,the 22 guests' were spent. Friday and Saturday at # f

matron of honor. Mrs. Edward the bride-elect's bridesmaids i Gold Head Branch State Parkat
Out-of-town included
guests j
Hafdenbrook. sister of the bride- friends and an Associational R. A. camp- .. ., .
Misses Barbara Gillespie Miss close relatives. '<--"" I

groom, was the bridesmatron:and Karen Osterud Mr. and Mrs. William out. Harold Epps is head counselor 'l-. You Can Own A 3 Bedroom Home Built t I
Misses Yvonne Sunday of Orlando ,
for the
E. Torode, in, Mrs. Jerry Mrs.. Long Hostess group. I
of Windermere .
Betsy Kainz Fifty-eight'R. A.'s and-counselors -
Lee Dollar, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. : t. and Donna Zack of Tarpon At LuncheonFor attended the affair
I Armbruster: O. E. Richardson. Dr.
Springs were bridesmaids. : On Your i Property. Sheetrock Installed, L
= and Mrs. Rembert W. Patrick. Mrs. Sinclair
Identical dresses in shades of : .'
Class ; ..
1 lavender taffeta, overlaid with Miss Dorothy Luther; Miss JennetM. Wesleyan ., a -

Wilson,Miss Jane H Kordana Mrs. T. T. Long was hostess ata Elects Officers ,;. :: -.. j:
embroidered silk organza, Wiring Installed For Nothing .
and several U, of F. classmates of lovely luncheon Saturday morn- '> '" ,

worn by the attendants.necklines The fit- Gainesville. Mrs. W. E. Baringer i lug honor Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, At Cook-Out' ,., 5......
ted bodices had scooped 'I
of Gainesville directed the wed- I who is graduating from the Uni-
appliqued with violet buds ding. Mrs. Louise Smith of Tampa The Wesleyan Sunday School '
The floor-length skirts versity of Florida. next Thursday. DOWN ANDS49 78 PER MONTH
nosegays. Mr. and Mrs. C. Raymond class formerly the Young Adults f ,
gathered full In back, had The pink linen luncheon table .
very Howe and son of St. Augustine.Mrs. of the First Methodist Church.
ruffled fishtails in contrasting was centered with an arrange- I
L. B. Mrs. Inez Norman steak. Friday
Sapp, enjoyed a cook-out
Their headpieceswere ment of pink and white gladioli.
deep I orchid. Mrs. Seeber Tomlinson, Mr I evening at the home of Dr. and
petalsof Guests included Mrs. T. H. -
flower '
dyed-to-match and Mrs. W. T. Hill and grand- Mrs. R. S. Mullins. S
chiffon with circular veils and Slade Jr. and Mrs. Charles; Saw- SEE CALL COLLECT OR WRITE
daughter, all of Jacksonville; The party was held on the pay S :
they carried nosegays of lavender yer of Jacksonville, Mrs. S. G. ,
u Mrs. Sibyl Dix and daughters of tio. Following the supper a busi-
stock and violets. Denmark, Mrs. Harry Hatcher
Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ness meeting was held at which
Little Miss Seleeta Hall flower Mrs. J. M. Vickers; Mrs L. D.
Tomlinson and daughter ,of Lake- time the following officers'we
girl was dressed like the brides- Vining, Mrs: H. H. Adams, and .Shell Homes 1nc
land. elected: president, Ben Moxley; 'evis ,
maids in a short dress of laven- Mrs. T. H, Slade, Sr: vice-president. Harry Green; secretary -.5 ; ;;1

der silk organza. Each of the guests presentedthe 5 .
Miss Linda Robb and treasurer Mrs. George. .
The best man was Frederick honoree with a graduation Snell. ., .9ro Main St. -- Jacksonville p. Q. Box 44 Palatka .. ',
Conway, while ushers were Alexis To Wed Mr. Newcomb remembrance. [ :
Green Jr., and Kenneth Conway 'I :1
.: Phone PO 4-1968 5.7914
Birthday Party Phone EA ..
ol.Starke, James Weldon! of Jack- The wedding of Miss Linda ;i Lee Moorer HostessAt '

sonville, and Jerry Lamar of Robb and Byron Newcomb willi i For Bobby White p :

Gainesville.The take place Sunday afternoon. Hay .Ride Party ,

ring bearer was Master June 12, at 4 o'clock in the First Bobby White celebrated his Call. Us C 0 II ec t' Clip and Mail .
Mark Grandon. Methodist Church. Lee Moorer gave a delightfulhay llth birthday anniversary last BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO..9103 MAIN STREET '

For her daughter's wedding Miss Robb is the daughter of ride party last Friday even- Thursday afternoon with a weiner For< I InformationPO JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,

Mrs. Cox chose a blue lace dress. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robb of San Ing for 20 friends. roast at the home of his parents. Dear Sir:

and Mrs. Norman, mother of the Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Robb will The Tide extended from the Mr. and Mrs. Olin White Jr. Please send yocr freeholder showing your building program and homes

bridegroom, wore pink lace. Both be remembered as ,the ,former Moorer home on Searing street to Seven of Bobby's friends help- 4-4968 ( ) Send a representative' to explain your building program.

had matching corsages of pink dance Gill of Starke. Miss Robbis Keystone Heights, where refreshments ed him ..celebrate the occasion. NAME: .;.._.i..................................... '

cvmbldium orchids presently staying with her un- were served. 5? ADDRESS ..:.... ... .........'................ ......
A reception followed in the cle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. J. D. Mrs. Jacqueline Moorer was assisted THE RIGHT POINT for the ''I IiiCr5 Phone ii ii.T; ;;My Home : '

church social hall where Mrs T. Doyle. Mr. Newcomb is the son by her mother, Mrs NeD way you write. Come in and select : :

H. Slade,' Mrs. Margaret Blanken- Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. i Andrews. .your favorite' ESTERBROOK I .....................u ................----t.,..... ,--, -' ..
ship.and Mrs. Cornelius Moore IOf Fountain Pen TELEGRf '. I own my own home ( ) Yes ( ) No.TDURSDAY .



*'. BRADFORD COUNTY TEUGBAPR, STARCTL. FLOBmA TunrSn_._..iv_ ,_ ..nr.1AaA. .
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. _'M _ .... _-- ... .. Doyle Conner are elated that he -
editorialElection has been elected Commissioner Setzers Stores as well as one 'gift centetuch in

Farmer's DiaryBy /I ,... of agriculture, and we join with Daytona and Orlando, Gifts desks
them'iri wishing him success in Start Giving will be established in 23 Food
1 his new job. Fair and Setzer Stores to allow
Sam McGarvcj .. based crop relation system. I
Post MortemIt Trade Stamps customers to redeem their stamps
5. ..*MI.T Gl1iijf.t came upon Wade and .Roysitting Clemens
: ;Behind right where they shop. Merchants
on a swing
should consist of first testing the "
was interesting to observe the commentsof soil, them liming as needed with Wade's home. They.were discussAU Setzer and Food Fair super Green Stamps is the nation's

South Florida newspapers-the ones that had dolomite or limestone their cov- Soil}. ..Conservation ing tobacco bugs...They changed markets in northwest and central fifth largest stamp company and
so bitterly opposed the "ABC ticket" of Adams er crop of sescania, crotalaria or hl-E-W-S' the subject to cropping; systems. Florida, and southern Georgia, has thousands of stores and other

Bryant and Conner-on the day after election. peas and after the green manure '' Wade turned some PensacolaBahia are giving Merchants Green trading outlets .distributing its stamps
.. Of the two most bitterly anti-Pork Chop is turned under, the soil should' By Bill Haas several years ago and has from Key West to Rhode Island.
mouthpieces the Tampa Tribune and the Miami be fumigated. Then..*y all means Soil Conservation Service been getting good results. I asked stamps with purchases startMerchants Green Stamps recently -

' Herald the former carried by far the .most in- he suggests that plastic. mulch be !The Soil Conservation Servicein him what he thought about turn mg Wednesday, June 1. The an- announced a plan designed

: telligent and analytical of the crow-eating com Wind and hail damaged a.. portion -' used. its efforts to give the Cooperators ing sod-and planting crops on it? Samuel nouncement was. made jointly by to help churches schools clubs
Miller executive vice
ment. of the county's tobacco crop ;.J of Soil Conservation- Districts He said, "See here boss man and:! local service organizations
: since I turned that grass I have president of the Setzer's Division obtain item through pooling
this week. Damage was restrictedto He tells that he set out some current information on conserva- any
.: The Herald contended itself with making a narrow strip which included tomato plants in a plastic mulch- tion practices has been collecting been: making good crops." He stop- of Food Fair Stores, Inc., and the members' stamps Such items
lame alibis for Bryant's win such as a socalled"light" plantings of Oliver Underwood ,' ed bed in his backyard under farmers experiences.I ped, cocked up his foot on the Robert E. J. Sanders, vice prt'slas school buses, church organs,
: vote in South Florida and an unusually and Calvin Ward. Mr, Ward's some pecans, and now the tomatoes ; out swing and said, "All we need is dent and general manager of the hospital equipment, or anything
was preparing soil conservation Merchants Green Trading Stamp
: heavy turn-out in Pork Chop land. It hopefully crop waa hit harder by wind than have grown so much he'll to sell the stuff we make. not ordinarily listed in redemp-
r suggested that while Bryant is a conservative by !hail, and some plants were have to trim his pecan trees. to plan on the farm of Roy was sitting there nodding tion catalogs, can now be obtainedhis
snapped right off Malcolm Har- make room for them. Roy E.'Lloyd, wno is going to put head to'everything Wade said, One stamp will be given free through a group savings plan.
. the Herald did not believe he was an outright in Pensacola Bahia with every ten-cent purchase in LaMee, manager of the
rell of Brooker also reported some ,* pastures. then he remarked that he had Clyde
: reactionary and added that "Even should Mr. recent hail damage. It won't be long before Lloyd has not felt well but we turned one of his Bahia pastures, the supermarket, and shoppers local Stezer store, said "We are
Bryant attempt to hold back the of the will be provided with books this extra service
progress 'S. will be hunting sweet potato'vines discussed possibilities' of and has some of the prettiest saver happy to add
Florida we do not think that he could." Bradford's tobacco crop looks, to follow ,up their earlier plant- Bahia pastures and how thee fit Okra he has ever seen. He also and illustrated gift books show- for our customers. The saving of
: In .its more intelligent comment, the Tribune better than any in the surrounding ings. into his conservation!: program:!'We stated that he planted some of ing items to be obtained with the Merchants Green Stamps will

said: area according to S. L. Bro- ,9 were 'discbssing a drainage problem his old cropland: to Pensacola green stamps. new enable them to add many
thers, extension service on his farm when he remarked Eahia,grass So Roy has set up a Three modem gift, centers are useful items to their households
agronomist Hear that
"In the some our tobacco "
Governorship runoff between Farris
who toured the county with 'if the natural drains were good sod based crop rotation sysplanned in the Jacksonville area at no extra cost to them.
: growers have started cropping
Bryant of Ocala and State Senator Doyle Carlton cleaned out I won't have any tem.
Huggins last week. -
Among putting in the barn to -
cure. They
Jr. of Wauchula the voters had a choice betweena the growers who have exceptional are among the earliest of any, of trouble controlling the water on A complete soil and water conservation I Men's Clothing I II
continuance of tEe present policies at Tallahassee tobacco are Lloyd Dyal, Marklee the my place". III AlVAREZ' STORE
growers in the Ga -FIa, belt farm plan was prepared, lill Established 1894 II
and the All over' the County folk IlIlu
a more conservative program advocatedby Starling, and Rasty Mann. Someof to harvest. are interested "
for L. B. Jordan. He is
< the trouble.
Bryant. the plants have 20 leaves. having same They
could get the water off their in fish pond development. The .
"They chose Bryant and conservatism by a Our dog Pete is ordinarily avery farmland if they had a good out- Soil Conservation Service will sup- '
decisive margin of some 90,000 votes. Other crops in the county are friendly little fellow but he ply fish to District Cooperator. AMBULANCE SERVICE
s looking better, since the rain last is suffering from the delusionthat' letAfter .,
"There never has been any question about Thursday. which helped cool he is a flower and belongs leaving Lloyd's place I Sonny Tenly, Debra Green and PHONE WO 42600DeWitt ()
a 'Wade Gaskins' to FFA Chapter used the District
stopped by
Mr. Bryant's ability or knowledge of govern- things off. But at the time of In our plant beds and we thinkof .
information about his sod fertilizer spreader to fertilize their
some C. Jones Funeral Home
ment. He was an effective member of the Houseof writing it is still very dry and him as a cross between a din-

Representatives for 10 years and its Speakerin more rain Is urgently. needed. osaur and a ditch-digging ma- crotalaria [giant striatal is still 'pastures. DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

1953. He has the talents to make Florida an $5 chine. one of the best cover crops we Cash paid for rood, clean, cotton Starke Fla.
outstanding Governor. And he will need all his Sweet corn and pepper are have in this area. rags. No Khaki or wool. ,
talents to cope with the problems that lie ahead. coming along good, and the fore- The item in the latest issue of y.o a, Bring to Bradford County" TeleRental Service: Hospital JJeds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
cast is. that well be harvesting Farm Journal notwithstanding The 'friends and admirers of graph. -
"Chief of these is the integration problem these crops by June 8-10. And -

around which so mueh 'of the campaign debate speaking of corn Clyde Cone of .
revolved.Mr. Brooker has one of the prettiest
fields in the county.,
Bryant is not an extremist on the racial U. .

issue. But there is a danger that the extremistsIn Market.Manager J. R. Wain- Al 0 Fashioned BARGAIN

the Legislature.will construe Tuesday's vote wright tells of the South;Florida.

as an endorsement' sterner antiintegrationmeasures berry grower' who had his crop n '

sion,,with proposals and will rush which forward could wreck in the the 1961 school ses- mulched the grower berry set with crop pepper plastic., got right a It fine seems in yield with the SECOND y Your $ Buys As Much As It Did m 1 I860!

system. A' Governor of ,
courage and common and really cleaned up oh the extra ANNUAL M f sense will be needed then to protect public education planting. .

"A and second with problem it, the welfare will be of the Florida.settlement' of Alice is going'S.in for tropical .LUCKY Listen for EAGLE'S Lucky Alarm Friday and Saturday

the long and bitter dispute over reapportionmentof plantings these days. She has a

the Legislature to give more representation to pineapple, which she planted last t : approximately every hour from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. when the ALARM sounds
year (top of a fruit she bought
the populous counties. This controversy, more 9 3a
than any other one thing, has fired up the which little is pineapple doing fine growing.and now' hasa 1.6 5 THE LAST CUSTOMER TO HAVE COMPLETED A PURCHASE WILL HAVE'THE
sectionalism so evident in the recent campaign. S .. 4.

Mr. Bryant is thoroughly committed to fair re-. And speaking of berries, we OPTION PURCHASING: ONE OF THESE "ggQ SPECIALS"

apportionment, and the sooner he can make good hear there were 55 flats on the "
on tHe commitment the better for Florida., market Friday, making this one ALARM 'CLOCKHidden : '

';"The third major problem will be financing the of the latest seasons on record. Somewhere 3 ONLYDRESSES 3 ONLY 6 ONLY 6 ONLY 3 ONLY"Scranton"
From reports, berry grower made ,
public service needs ot this growing state. Mr. -- Lace
out fairly well this year, despitethe In The'SfcTre "Sea Nymph" Men's Wash'n Wear MENS "JARMAN"SHOES
Bryant has pledged himself to cut $50,000,000out weather. Were told that DRESS
-of the present two-year budget and to many of the patches were 'pickedclean" TABLECLOTH
provide funds for all essential services without by peoPle of. this area who BONUS) yiuh ee."f.SWIM SUITS .
'jn rehsing taxes. During the campaign we expressed b ughttheufi'on a "you pick"basis. ee."f. : | "
Your ,
Choice from
skepticism that AIr Bryant or anyone Any $9.98 to $14.9< Your Choice 75 ft Dacron 25% .
eke could perform such a feat. We and taxpayers Nylon. Our Regular $10.00 Sale Group 54" x 72"
Dress In the store $9,98 to $12.95
And for next year's crop George A L
A R .
generally ,will be happy to be shown. Huggins says the program $5.98 i860 SPECIAL Our Regular $3.98

"This newspaper (The Tribune), along with .I. Ill 1860 SPECIAL 1860 SPECIAL 1860 SPECIAL 1860 SPECIAISP.EClAL
most of the daily press of Florida preferred Sen-

ator Carlton and his policies. The voters did not. GOING .r $ $ .00 $$150 $$100 .00 .
We therefore wish Mr. Bryant good health and }; ] SI

stout muscles for the heavy burdens entrusted to BAREFOOTCan i(Y 'joo. ,.
him.?* j -


Turning its comment to the victories scored
by two other North Florida candidates, both of children's Keep shoes JUNE 3, 1960

whom it opposed the Tribune said: re-soled and When the alarm sounds the last customer
., "When Farris Bryant begins his ,administration in shop for /
two new Cabinet members willtake officea outdoor ploy.You'll .,.'. ,. to have completed a purchase may buy ,
much rarer event than .the inauguration of get
many dollar :i
a Governor. worth of I i itt .
State Representative Doyle Conner, 31, of extra wear. f : .J t :. ONE PIECE ONLY

Starke, victor over citrus grower Buster Han- Foot comfort< S ] i.1 ..t .
cock of Groveland in the race for Commissioner, end shoe economyvyj\1\nj "' '.. ,
is ow busiitcs "ts ... SAMSONITE LUGGAGE
of Agriculture will become ''the youngest man ,.- I
ever to serve on the Cabinet. He will fill the .'. .
vacancy left by the death of Nathan Mayo who Regular $26.95 Pullman Case -

held the office 37 years. COURTSHOE. J547 DEC55 M.F.I5 a .la'ite Ladies Wardrobe, or Men's $1.t 00

"Senator Tom Adams of Orange Park, ''who de- REPAIR Suit .-any color .
feated'' Jess Yarborough ot Miami, will, become .

Secretary 'of State to replace Secretary R. A. (Opposite Court House) 1) Men's

Gray who is retiring undefeated after 30 years, 126 North Court St. Spring and Summer "j Wash 'ri Wear h., Men's Short Sleeve

"This newspaper (The' Tribune), for reasonswe + r ,.. jh I
considered in the public interest endorsed N n1 g.

the losing candidates. We congratulate Mr. Canner 1 Presses DRESS PANTS SPORT SHIRTS f X

and Mr. Adams. Although they were taggedas ... .
sectional C Candidates in the campaign they Teens, JuniorMisses : ; Regular $1.98Hens
received an all-Florida vote and we trust that \ and Ladies

inthese important offices they. win take an all- c.ar-: / E Our Regular $5.98 A'iY fill
Florida view" (End quote.) $1
Regular $4.98 to $6.98 h B

Although. there is temptation to do. so, we 1 for $5 (,I1S y $$4.00 "Better" Short: Sleeve

feel this is no time to "crow" over the South +> Regular $6.98 Regular*$8.98 Regular $2.98

Florida newspapers, although we think they carried $ "

build sectionalism up the term to"Pork an extteme Chopper"in into trying some-to Regular $7.98 to $9.98 \ ; $5 16 2.50 or 2 for $,4

thing odious with which to brand every North .

Florida' candidate who' offers himself for public .:: for ,

offfce. If, as The Tribune says Adams, Conner 2 $10 t MissesJamaica .- Girls & Misses GirlsBERMUDAS.
an4; Bryant were "tagged" as sectional candidates .

it was newspapers such as The Tribune "Honemeat I again-we could rY<' i
and The Herald that so tagged them-not the hay beefsteak with a Shorts'BLOUSES
loon Cross 4 Regular $9,98 to $12.98 ,
people of Florida who 4
--as the vote so plainly
shows had the intelligence not to be misled by f (! Woven Cotton Plaids-82.or Regular $1.00 to $1.98 Reg.. $1.98 size 7 to 14
If )"Ou'l'thin1dng'' : about a 'fast i it
such fictitious bug-a-booa. sensible and economical Joan I of$15] or 2
We assure The Herald and the Tribune that iL J for
will pay you to consult us. We 2 J.50 L9orfor$3$
they need have __
fears 8lc
no about the future of lend oa autos salary, furnitureor ;"lo
Florida in the $
hands of Mr. Bryan, Mr. Conner, other suitable collateral. .
and Mr. Adams. Ladies< L

: Spring DressyDRESSES

TfiE 'BRADFORD. COUNTY' TELEGRAPH. DUSTERS Men's Quality" Underwear 2 forf"&GE..FOua.

aST.lm' Shorts t & Undershirts
"Regular $2.98 Sizes 12 to 20 ? : : '
J 4 no Rm.\'!' 9LDF.:. '! rY" x'caP: .I. .. Cinderella & "Youngland" 7. 5 } :

.."....,.. Eat'I. ...j........J"PER.a.L"Ip. Cmtrred'-"PrHu'iBD nrUVlt1U8TR'Z"O.'. It***CONTIYOVSLI:*-,{Ira* "aU.* -1.80 or 7 f far $ 3 i<1Il' Our Reguiar 69c Each
.. CE" Sizes 28 to 44 36 to 46 '
at the .t Oflle at ;
.tub. rU.> pier AH .. i ,
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TTTTTVTTTTTTTTTT., the Scrub, .located, in the Ocala,[afternoon guests of Mrs. Mattie T I John Sims missionary from i and Mrs. M. R. Misner' pf I: Gain I grateful for everyting- you'ij'i: did'to ( for tho tri')'+1 ,W t-t t *giat'fultloal

i National Forest: Mr and Mrs. N. ( Barry, i Y Japan .was-guest speaker at 'Sun esville. Mis. Baker and children bring comfort and cheer to a. nnVmmts: .he gif s of

BROOKERBy: J. Davis joined them.on Sunday.Rev. I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and day evening services at Hampton [have been visiting here with her her. ; food elery'vi sit and 'a'l: alia- e -

Thomas of High Springs j family of Americus. Ga. were the Christian 'Church last Sunday parents for the last two weeks. Our hearts have been touched, pression o.: your: i tu.c T..ip: <-

Shirley Green visited Mrs. Mamie Hodges Sun- I weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. By, Mr. b. L fun May 29. I Bruce Hall and Bill Thurman and blessed by your many kind thy. We pray' thai tie .Hc;tvcnly

day afternoon. Evan Hodges. Mr.,and Mrs. Sims and childrenare of, Gainesville visited here Mon- deeds when the Silent Reaper took \ Father will richly Mess each of
&A&A Mr and Mrs. Warren Mizelle Mr. and Mrs. Alan Land and f ili.1 ..33iiz. ... ...
i A&&A& &&&&.111U 1 home on furlough after five |day this week with Mrs. V. 'J. her from us, and our sorrow seemeo you.

:Mrs. Cecil :Moore of Jacksonville Lucretia and daughter Cumbee Karen and met Parkerof Miss daughter and Mrs.'of Jacksonville and Mr. i Sirs. j(<" :-CcfJ rated years in Japan. He showed colored Slade while they and their families more than we could bear. t Gratefully :yours: SamVhitc-
Jinj Wilbur Barry and 5)06) slides, and told of their mission spent Memorial Day with a head, Lydia Johns Julia Johns,
,was visiting Jt 1i1ay bray 25 Please
her sister, Mrs. Jacksonville at the lake inLake ;, daughter of Gainesville were the 4 ; } work. > I accept our sincere thanks
Bpulah Harrell 104s.J., fH. axpn, who I picnic at Hampton Lake. Faulkner. .
celebrated -
Saturday. :
I Butler Sunday for a picnic weejcenl: guests of Mr. and Mrs. : Mrs Wasdin. Mrs.
Mrs. J. H. her 90th U'otley : Clyde Rhame underwent an .
Sullivan's mother. and skiing. i Lloyd Barry : birthday on Wednesday 4"b
| Honored At Stork
Mrs. Willis of Bell, was visiting : May 25, was doubly honored Shower I operation on, Monday last, weekat
Carplyn Hines of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. W. C. Raborn of .
i Mrs. Mary Wasdin second and Alachua In
County Hospital FREE
her week ,by her church and family SHOW
home with her St. ,
was parents Petersburg were visiting: Mrs. I third
grade teacher
during at Hampton I II Gainesville and was able to come !
l Master John the ,
Lewis is in Largo Mr. and 'Mrs. D. A. Hines!; for the Beulah Harrell Saturday., i Elementary School and I
Mrs. Ra- j home last Friday.
visiting Eva his grandmother. Mrs. {weekend. I I Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis visited patients where Mrs. Christian Church ;mona VVorley, sixth! and seventh Billy Horne of Homestead AFB Saturday Morning; 10:00 A.M.
Crowl i
for Saxon
few has been
a days. a
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bushloper :I at the Sunland Training grade teacher,
honored with !
were spent the Memorial Day weekend
Miss Annette Green and John |of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Center in Orlando Mrs. member of 75 years, gave her a '
I i i a surprise stork shower in the j I with his parents Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Green. of Gainesville were home and Mrs. N. J. Davis Sunday.Mr. Lewis is also enjoying a vacation surprise party on Wednesday school cafeteiia RED DESERTAT
on i iI .
i Thursday W. Horne
i with their parents, Mr.and Mrs. and Mrs. Al Rain of High i! yisiting friends and relatives. : evening after the regular prayer afternoon last
I week May 26. I IJ j ji
A. L. Green for the weekend. meeting service. Gifts were
the > pre-
Springs were Sunday guestsof i i Mr. and Mis. Lloyd Clark. Ma- Games
:were played and GRACE METHODIST
i open- THE
Mrs. Polly Cornwall and girlsof I her mother Mrs. Mamie I mie Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Jim- ;.sented to Mrs. Saxon and refresh- j ing of the gifts followed. Refresh- .
Keystone Heights were visiting ments of cake and ice cream ser- I CHURCH LAWTEY
Hodges.Mr. my Clark and son visited Mr. and
ments of cookies and
( Miss Shirley. Green Thursday I'I and Mrs. Bobby Brannen of 1 Mrs. Charles Ryals in Jacksonville ,t ved.On 1 I,served to the 28 present.punch Hotels were\ I I Church School. 9:45 a.m. Morn- FLORIDA
afternoon.Mrs. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. lrHEAlrER
Palatka were the Saturday guestsof Sunday.
: A. Saxon were mothers. of the ,children In ing Service 11 aon. I
Verlie Johns was visiting I I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and I Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kelley of ,gave a family birthday I the ,two schoolrooms.
her brother' Herman Harrell In I family. I Jacksonville were visiting his dinner ,for Mrs. Saxon. Present Personals .

Santa Fe for a few days last I i Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry, Mrs. I mother, Mrs. Rosa Kelley Sunday (were Mr., and Mrs. ,Madison Lee I i Mrs. T. J. Alderman was staying ATTENTIONFOX Sponsored by the Following, Merchants: i

week. While there she also visited (I!Jackie: Clark-and Butch and Mr.|afternoon. i of Gainesville, H. A. Green of .in Lake City for the last two { HUNTERS f

Mrs. Louise Gallup and Mr. I and Mrs. Wilbur Barry were the Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams and ;j.Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Saxon weeks to be with her ,sister in'': All fox hunters in the area are GEM JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY '
and Mrs. Eldon Weeks. and children r and visiting dm I
Monday night dinner guests of son. Kirk were visiting her >
parents the hospital there. Her sister returned invited to join the Bradford Coun- '
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell and Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby in I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green lug: the afternoon were Mr. and J' j STAR HOMES SHEPHERD RADIO &
to Hampton with Mrs. i ty Fox Hunters Association. The
girls, Brenda McQji{id. and Pat Starke. for the weekend. ; Mr. Glenn McIntOsh. TV SERVICE / .
Alderman the first of this week. ;next meeting will be held Friday CRAWFORD BROTHERS
I Mrs.
{ Bigham, spent. the weekend at Saxon born: hi Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall and Miss Linda Green had a Slum- I
Visiting here Sunday with Mr. night, June 3, in the Community
i I ; Gulf Service Station CHARLEY JOHNS
on 25
Salt Springs. ,!! May 1870 still does her
daughter of Starke and Allen :ber party Friday night for the land Mrs. V. J. Slade were Mr. I Center at Theressa and all hunters -

Miss Marcia' Mobley of Alachua (I Lewis of Brooksville were visiting I girls in het Senior Class. The i own well housework and cooking, as 1!I and Mrs. S.'R. Wallace and chilI !j are urged to attend whether TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,INSURANCE AGENCY

was the Friday night guest of I(I Mrs. Amada Lewis over the week- girls came out after Class Night I i> as caring for her yard and I dren of Jacksonville. Also here I I II j you .have dogs or not. Hunters i
Miss Sue McDavid. I lend.I which was held at BHS auditor- flowers. She expressed her appreciation SIMMONS KOCH
i Sunday were: Mrs. Irene Sullivan from adjoining counties are also STARKE BUILDERS t
Mr, and Mrs. F. B Davis and I| Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and ium in Starke. Miss Carolyn Mc- J to her many friends for j'and children of Jacksonville., Mrs. welcome. DRUG STORE SUPPLY
J children spent the. weekend in of Starke the Sunday David and Miss Green remembering her on her birthday. I t 14
I I girls were Shirley Cancer Drive Monday Sullivan, a niece of Mrs. Slade I| If interested, please call WO
N were the chaperones.The A house-to-house is the former Irene Green." 4-6502. DENMARK FURNITURE LOCAL FINANCE
canvass for I
: third fourth and fifth Charles Prevatt spent last
American j COMPANY
:the Cancer Society'sannual
grades of Brooker Jr. High wentto '
weekend with friends at their'
drive for funds netted $30 "
the Jacksonville Zoo Thurs
cOmpare.I Jacksonville Beach home and on
day. Mrs. Malcolm Lewis Mrs. Hampton Monday'night.. Monday he attended the Color- wish to thank our many
Guy Harrell, Mrs. Loca Whitten I In charge of the cancer work friends who kind and
I ama Hair stylist Show held at were so help-
and Mrs. Mattie Ellis .for the Hampton area is Mrs. T, ful Mother's ill- SAVE car.
I the Washington Hotel. during our long
i the capacityin lied the classes on their trip. I J. Alderman assisted by Mrs..,, Jim Baker of St.. Claire Shores, I'ness and tat the time of her death. I
and Mrs. Donald
: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Raborn of
/ Mich. arrived last week for a two i Many of you ministered to her QUANTITY
Slade. Literature how to fight
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Beulah week vacation visit here with Mr. I during the long years she was RIGHTS
cancer was also given out duringthe
sized Harrell Saturday. and Mn R. H. and Mr. i confined to her home. We are
big-family f Parker\ :ESERVED
drive showing how indivijjuals -
Mrs. Mattie Barry attended the | I
__ _
Hayes-Barry reunion at Kingsley ',can watch for the severf PRICES
WESTINGHOUSEREFRIGERATOR danger signals. Funds receivedfrom GOOD,

i I Ii Lake .Sunday.Mrs. Amanda. Lewis and Mrs. the nationwide drive go for. i PRICES[ SLASHED! Thru

Iva Mae Lewis were in Gainesville research, education and ,service ;. SATURDAY,

.. "', SMj,2Mf: .<. k'4Nvb'sv business
.. -.
.. -> ; 5"'Y:):;:> $:..",;:
':)"'"" _'.< i,it,rm";$' abate.food.frerur.y.j..x, : :. .f .;t'l... 4..fy:< Miss Juanita Stalnaker and VBS At Hampton Baptist 4th
<-<"" : ':' *. '''p .{ .: :..},.. :""-:.$:: .it .
.-. r.l.
"- ... 'v.\ .: (w,; ,{ .ot,: Tomorrow Thru Next Week OOiE4RqpllRE DIA' .
;1.-" M-r\' : "', ;_'u.'.....l._. .} Old.. .1'-t ,eggaja.: : : '. F .. i'''."O,;:g Miss Linda Green attended Open G
< : k t. Vacation Bible School at
'i ; / ; : : t'rt .:;:t 't. .j House at the home of Miss Flora
#|ff1i! **: fatJ.wldth"! iigctab'le' rrirp.r fee !1d; .bush.r !It tt tt1 Slade Sunday afternoon. Hampton Baptist Church begins
3' f *> .
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: NJ(: : : :::n. Y.'i x registration and a parade through SSO
ty&JlJl J't fSAti&t1B6O family were the Sunday guests.of OD
:: {: .. >. Ri* rh#. ese and r ttf IQntwrlziv' l
I "E .: f'v.; ..."' .. 'H.o' wiw' o '''<':d.. :;;';: Mr. ,and Mrs. P. W. Gainey' and Hampton.' a set of FOUR ,
family in Daytona Beach. I 'Bible"clas es. flannelgraph for as low as

Mrs. }''V, H Sorrellsand daughters -I i|stories, music, handicrafts and I ,1 l I ''l i' 1

and Mrs. L. >R. 6'Steen ,of j refreshments will be featured r SI1A WEEK i J.aEEH

Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.L. ,I each day of .the school next week .TAMPS G/tEEN
L. Dyal Saturday. I I June 6-10, from 9 a. m. until 12 I'' / ( ...:: 'f ,,[ Prices reduced to only. CLIP THIS COUPON

I'Mr.; and' Mrs. Carl Edwards'and ': noon, according to W. P. McElory : '" .-- ... 1' THIS CERTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO
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girls of Gainesville and Mr. and !I pastor. Classes will be open to 5 m.d.lo -
i Ii i jail children 3 through 15. and I T .:' .f "JIII.uth, 100 J.4Jl. Green StampsFREE
Mrs. Rodney Belcher of Jacksonville .
... . $ 119 Ford Ch.vrEEE'
of I i(i anyone desiring transportation I < "
I wr.t. 'were the Sunday guests I lit, Hudson,
i w. Mr. and Mrs. Evan 'Hodges.Miss !i should contact 'Rev.- McElory; ..., ,: ">.'./I:i; .n N.,".., fl.aon AT YOUR NEAREST
; Women of the church will fur- ,; ", "*
-Phyllis' ;:Buell and BillHazelwpod. boker. WINN-DIXIE STORE

il.I iI e" % of CarsQn-: ew, an !I nish refreshments each morning, : ;>' : '.: moat $ 9 5* Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult WithYOUR
Jefferson) City Term., j]|with1 Mrs. K. B. Wattersqn as t- a, .., ;: Slu 60ort6tits 0 .
Collegerin : Working y: r l\J(K' mdels\ ol PIJ1llOl1 June 5th A $5,00'or More Food Order.GriLEN .
l. chairman. in the classes
were the overnight guests of Mr.j I I, : Ford Chnrolet"Naa.
',.f.> each day will be Mrs. Joe Roop, tue. J
and Mrs. Fred McDavid and I oat
\ I 15 fit. m $ 9 5
7.10 E
enroute to Miss .Buell's Mrs.. Milton Mosher Mrs. Lonnie Sl e 13 GIIEEN.rAMPE
r, while i 1951 0 d'.hr I .TAMP.
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I ""p home in Miami I I Melton. Mrs. Lester Slade Mrs. yrBuie ePq.pantlEe.. HudsowSts.
Thomas of Jacksonville Durwood Dortch, Mrs. Frank fits manY
Miss Rebecca I I I 7 15 *
Clark Mr. R. O. Mrs. 1 10L of Chrysler, $ Qmxnt 5
Simmons. 1
the weekend with I i I
spent Hud- l
OIdE 5
f her parents."Mr. and Mrs. Bob } D. E: Hill Mrs. C. R. Hicks.Mrs., I TURNPIKE Eon )Mercl11'1.l'&ckard.I Buick 1 _

1 Thomas. W. P. McElroy C. L.; Cooper, plul tEE End
I Tub..type
Ms,. The Thomas Reunion was held !j Smoky Hobbs. Amelia Williams tllovEIJ I .bl.ckw.n rec.DD.bl.?tire. -,CHOICE

'at the home of Mr. and Mr..H. C. 'i Imogene. Ward..and Vicky Mosher. __ 'l" .. ,'COFFEE rMaxwe'
__ ... PAK
Douglas Sunday. Those presentwere I I I ASTOR VAC
: Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Chand- School Ends: 21 Graduate: When You

t MODEL RNA 13 I ion of Titusville J. W. Thomas of j i(I Teachers Have Another Week No Down Your Payment Old Tires l ''
Trade In
Orlando Mrs. Tommy Strickland j,! Eighth graders at Hampton 9 F

and children?,Mrs. Jeyette'Hazen.. '[I Elementary School wound up 1 1Can. 3

then con1pare2.95A Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomas and I their first eight years of school

boys all of Gainesville Mrs. Pansy Tuesday evening with graduation, Service Station

Strickland of LaCrosse ,Troy 1 I exercises in the school auditorium.-- .- GOODMAN'S HOUSE Order,

t le price Thomas and daughters. Patricia During't the last week they were SEEKER D. GOODMAN with G n ,reSUNNYUND Food

_WEEK and Joanne and Mr. and Mrs. ''I honored at .party at the school Limit one

Compare and you'll see for yourself I J/ After Dowta Doyle Hazen and sons. I' cafeteria Friday evening May 27, : U. S. 301 at South City Limit
I class, and
i. and Mrs. Frank Tinney and by the seventh grade
Payment Mr.
I why this Westinghouse 13 cu. It. / : sons of Gainesville' were visiting i attended baccalaureate service! at i I,
double door refrigerator gives you Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and i' the school Sunday afternoon. I' ,,

more. much more. than single '. family and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. I The 21 members of this ,year's' .
door: refrigerators.. and at a lower Markey Sunday afternoon.Mr. I i class one .of the largest !in the I YOUR -

'price.. 'I and Mrs L. C. Kelley of I school's history, compares favor- i I IT BLUE or WHITE ARROW CHOICE
Bu Swift 'Waldo visited Mr. and Mrs. L. L.Dal ably in number with other out- ..orI
the g 9 k' a. Westinghouse : Monday afternoon. j lying schools in Bradford County,

;FOIL QUALITY FOX fEATURES. FOX VALUE J Miss ''Linda Sue Thomas spent i i i Principal J. C. Hobbs said. Brooker i 'PAYSI

.. Friday and Saturday with Mrs. J. i school has eight eighth grad- GIANTgE

D- >Emerson in Bland. They attended -. ,. ers graduating ,this .year, and I
funeral in Thomasville. Lawtey. 21 from the ninth grade.
a +j I
I Ga. Saturday. I i On Tuesday evening's program TC 1
i L. H. Gibson;
Kelley of were processional
Mrs. Stephen
: Mr.
;; .
invocation. Rev. W. P. McElroy; Limit one wi th .
: Jacksonville visited Mr. and,{ ;Mrs. I I I o (5,00 or -
L. L. Dyal Sunday 'afternoon. introductions by Don Brandes more FOOd Order.

:Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hardy of i I: valedictorian: class history by.the i TRADE

.. .' Gainesville were the ,Monday'I original nine members; .class I Ir I ; I
Myrtle Ann Hinson, r ,
r Mr. and prophecy by
night dinner guests of
Mrs. Fred McDavid and family. 'I salutatorian; class will by Patsy! 1( I

I Mr, and Mrs. O. A. Gay': and ; Roark; commencement address J WITH I

4s I Mrs. J.,R. .Parrish spent.Sunday I I I by Hugh B. Ingram Jr. principalof .
Norman Rogers ,, Bradford High School; American I
rr with Mr. and Mrs. C1GARE1TSS
I and family in Jacksonville. I I Legion Awards; presentationof StADE '
II II I|: Mrs. Guy Parrish is still a patient '!: diplomas ,by H. P. Morgan, 19
I I of schools; 2T
Bradford County county superintendent
in the I I
!. Hospital in ,Starke. We want her I I benediction and recessional. REGULAR cina: : .cTN'

to' know that our thoughts are ;I Members of the graduating I SIZE ::I P pOlRlf i iw'NITOM.

|: with her and we also wish her a class decorated the] auditoriumwith S129
nay I and white streamers TEllS '... .&
i. speedy recovery. : blue SMALL DOWN PAYMENT fl L 1. ."Itln" Cm.rtcuor. I
i, A Breakfast will. be given Sunday white and colored gladioli. .and: & p"u. ..Iou.. !

June 5th at 8 a. m. at the greenery both for the service ) KINGS tIlTlJlrlE th food Orr' I +
: Cgmmunity Center 'for 'the 1960 I Sunday afternoon and the graduation limit twO
... Graduates of Bradford anr\ Santa exercises, I I
";" ',: .... Fg HIn Schools and the Univer- I M!I For the ,party on. Friday evening -' UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY t

i t site 61 orida.' They are: Misses last week the school cafe- .

Juanita Stalnaker. Kay Elzey-I' teria was trimmed .with- ,balloons 5% DISCOUNT AT END OF J

a Mary Ella 'Green. Virginia Par- I and rolored''roping..

I rish. Linda Green, and John Davis :I ,Games were played by the .34 CONTRACT IF PAYMENTS AREPROMPTLY

TTT'MODEL I from. Bradford ,High.: Misses students present, and a class proplieey. R SMOKIDHAM 1

:: TT. I Sue McDavid and Patricia,Thomas I up :.to 1970' was read of to i: MET. .
from Santa Fe High, 'and Terry I the .group. Refreshments LUSCIOUS,

( '.. McDavid from the Universityof i punch cookies and crackers were TENDER

CM15 ; I i i served. Present for the; 'party were Lb. 49 i.

--' CARD OF THANKS I the seventh and eighth t grades; You Save all carrying charges You Save 5% By. Half or f
1 I |
The family of Robert Jessie;: Mr- and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. Mr. Whole!
525; .Pounds .
1 : Litt 'I Jones wish to express their ,ap- and .Mrs. W. ,P. McElroY Mrs.Paul .1 Pro Payment. This offer good on all Hot Water: 'S
-Out Basket .315 predation for the many courtesies ; Meng'. Mrs. .Ramona Wor- ': .W-D "BRANDED" DELICIOUS t

Separate, Quickfreeze.Compartment _. I shown during their .bereavement i Icy ,:and Mrs- Loper. I Heaters _and, Gas Ranges. .

t Per Week I j I! ;Although students at the school !1 +: SIRLOIN STEAK !

i We thank .you all. i finished their year on. WednesdayJhis

NORTh ,FLORIDA- SUPPLY .CO .. I! family.Mrs. Lottie Jones-wife. _and I 1 I I t I school JKPek.through teachers Wednesday!will be at the, of f I I SLAb! GAS COMPANY CLUB 89 JYR i!

Cash paid for food clean cot-:I I!! next week. June 8, to complete I Y I It

220 North Temple Avenue I ton, rfcts. NQ Kbakl or wooL. i!(''records.I I .Mr. Hobbs ,said. I ROUND ;
332 W. Madison i St. Phone WO 4-3331
Phone 4-2113 Bradford C ;JTf 1 "
AYO Being to uUy 1>I M&&>nary: RliJf: Talk:

__ __,_ 1 _ 2!!! m. _.._J j graph 1 M- M At Chrtian th ___- :' -r )f f.r" 'JIt/iIIiU/:

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Il e r CKADFOUU COUNT :ILLf'i.,3i'14 ""1.ut n.OlUV.-\. z.a, : ;. Ja1i 2, 19.O
.. .. ,., ,, ,,
(II " vided in student dormitories. and

Lawtey Negro I Rabb Elected annual Rabb report as 4th to District the convention.Commander Fish Population. r Home Demonstration meals! will be served 'in the University

To State OfficeAt presented his district report In SampsonRowellTermed Cafeteria.All .

Killed By Car on Friday, and was presented, a;: SatisfactoryThe NotesDOROTHY short course delegates must

Legion MeetThe plaque from the National Commander -'. 1 1i have achieved 'certain 'objectives

Sunday Night outstanding member- Game & Fresh Water Fish by in their {-.It clubs to qualify fora
American Legion Depart- ROSS trip to Short Course.
ship promotion in his district. Commission has completed a
ment of Florida held its annual
Freezing Canning
Only four of these plaques were sampling of the fish populationin Home Demonstration Agent
A 3 0-year-old Lawtey Negro convention in Tampa? from Thursday Bulletins on how to freeze and
awarded in the state. Sampson and Rowell-Lakes,according -
died' In Bradford County Hospitalat to Sunday of last week, with the of the to an announcement byWm. Last Call For Gypsy Caravan I of the colors is deliberately accomplished can vegetables, fruits apd meats

U p.m. Sunday after being hit Post 56 represented A. J. Crosby gave report fisheries ;t Girls panning. go to 4-H I by keeping the spools are free for the asking. Contact
Northern Area, which he served as R. Peavy regional
by a car while walking along SR I Thomas, Jr.. Seeber D. Goodman, Commander for the past several biologist, of Lake City. 7[ Camp June 13-18 should register :and spindles wet while the fabric Home Demonstration Agent by

225 about a half-mile east of. Law-:I Guy Andrews, Harry H. Rabb, Jr., months. In addition, he, presidedover Peavy said that a good population bothers Graduate right away in order to join our is woven. Later the fabric itself calling WO 4-2865 or addressing!

tey, John Grew Ben Suslow. A. L. fish was found tin Gypsy Caravan. Contact Miss ,is washed to make the intense a card to Box' 267. ,Starke.. The
the convention in the absenceof of game
The victim was Armour C. Rosa, Crosby Jr., T. M: Finley and the Department Commander both lakes and that the bass had From UF Monday Dorothy Ross in the court house vegetable dyes bleed and blend agent-will be glad to help you

about 25, formerly of Americus, Charles Schaeffer Indicating that the annex. together. ,Madras will fade more with your food conservation problems
OiL He had been engaged In pulpwood elected Depart Larry Hoffman, of Miami reproduced R. M. Wasdin (left) and T. A. ,
,Rabb! was as I both lakes was Swimming, a water show, folk. each time it's wet by either perspiration ,
Post Commander Goodman re- fish population }In ,
work with Dan Harley and ment Judge Advocate at the annual Wasdin. sons of Mr. and Mrs. H awes, nature- study a cookoutand or water. '
award from the in ba1ance.I
an Department
had lived in Sam Brown's Quar- elections ,)Held Sunday morn- ceived M.-Wasdin of Graham, will receive watermelon cutting are. some Importers say it is the "wash ,

ters at LaWUJ, ..about four months. ing, at the conclusion of the busi- for the outstanding year of Classes their 'degrees at University oblorida : I of the highlights of that week water that lends madras its :'Big Fisherman'J3iblical
the Post has enjoyed Nona Park ,
No charges were made against ness sessions. 1 I ; commencement exercise: jirls get to make new friends swampy smell. Madras does have

the driver of the car,' Tommy Andrews served as chairman of under his leadership. !Stop For Summer on June 6. .nd enjoy old friends. an odor.It ,Drama

Tucker 87,, another Lawtey the resolutions committee which i Schaefer was nominated and will;I R. M. Wasdin will receive s Now is the time to sign up! also] shrinks. Some manufacturers To Park

Negro. Deputy Dolph Reddish said studied and recommended to the receive appointment as one of the 1,l; Tuesday:afternoon Bible Classes : degree in business administrationHe Let': ? golCancer tailor garments a bit Coming

;that Tucker was driving at ,a nor- convention action on the 35 ,resolutions -" sergeants-at-arms to serve at the, at Nona Play Lot closed last and ills wife, Mary., live at Tag Day larger to allow for shrinkage. Based Ali 'the novel
National Convention in :Miami In' the best-selling:
bJal' rate of speed and that Ross forwarded for Department week, scheduled.. After rjampton. t Others recommend hand laundering
October. Rabb will also attend the: Flannelgraph' 'less ... Stirke 4-H girls again this year by Lloyd .C. Douglas, "The Big
out into the choruses and T. A. Wasdin, who hats been an
apparently staggered action. Others from here servingon to limit shrinkage.
were active in Cancer Tag Day for Fisherman with Howard in
highway,la front of the car. Both the committee were Thomas, convention .a :Department of- ons by Mrs. Hippie and her assistant employee of the Jacksonville post True madras has bumpy im- comes
the Cancer Society. Saturday .the title role, to the Park
returning to, Lawtey ficer. lllrrs. Sacher refreshments i office for 16 years, will be awarded .
men were Crosby, Goodman, and Rabb. morning girls distributed Cancer perfections that identify it as a Theatre Sonday."
from ball in the Petesvillecolored a. degree in agricultural engi- i
a distri-buted hand-loomed
game product.
Thomas, a Past Department CARD OF THANKS literature and collected funds in The story, filmed in Technicolor,

settlement east of Lawtey., Commander, who has ,served as andtShirley leering. downtown ,Starke for the .Brad Learn Live, Serve Through 4-H concerns the biggest man,Involved
t tO*Johnnie Chesser
Reddish quoted witnesses 'as i chairman of the community service The Alexander Morton family sented foii ford County Unit. Girls participating Linda Cox and Carolyn Chilson in the founding of Christianity:

saying that Rosa had been drinking commission, held a meeting wishes to thank their many j ;and Lucy work Copeland and at: Thirteen Candidates in Tag Day were: Gail McKinney will join the more than 500 girls Simon, SQ huge that he was

and kept wandering into th with its members, presented the friends and neighbors for their ex- ''the bestjjnemory"" For UF Degrees Claudia Harper Lee.Dar- from all over Florida for the An- known throughout the Holy Land

highway while walking toward I post with the best report, the an- pressions of sympathy in their I i,tendance: : in th I by, Janet Parmenter. and Diane nual Girls' 4-H Short Course at as the Big Fisherman! until he
will be resumed
Lawtey. nual award, and presented his recent bereavement. Studies' From Starke Area Hardy. Florida State University, June 6- became St, Peter.

fall. What's Madras 11.Linda The cast ,is one of ,the ,largestever
_-- Thirteen men and women from was the president of the
Confusion mounts as madras, assembled .for ,a Hollywood
I I l the Starke rea'will Starke Senior Club this year. She
; be
I among madras-look, madras-style. India- production With 26 principal roles,
the 1.338 to receive degrees at type-madras and India madras has been a member ,for seven I' 88 other 'speaking; parts, and '450(

THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH Florida commencement exercises in the coloring describe "hot" fashion years jects. and has completed 16 pro I extras.: Seventy-three major sets

gymnasium University of fabrics. The terms refer to cur- I were necessary in filming "The

?lorida, :on Monday June 6. A rently popular indistinct checks Carolyn also a member of the I Big Fishermam1

formal academical Starke Club has been memberfor
processionalsch3dued and plaids .The colors are usually a

I for 8:40: a. m. will precede tones of blue, olive, bronze, red, three years and has completed W ..r. i!

N ,I the platform exercises at 9. and brown blending together intoa seven projects.The e. .

I a; -tAmong those receiving degrees soft muted look. senior club members will i I ,
sill be: I
I enjoy a week of instruction, entertainment '
is handwoven'cottoncloth
'Starke Margaret Rose Duncan Madras a WHEEL ISN'T AS BAn AS A
LM recreation, and tours. -
I from Madras India. The
: BAE: Bob Ferguson, BJE LeaGreen. TIGHT ONfnn"! ,
;: ,. :descriptive terms such as ma- Daily assemblies will be devotedto "
; : a
Jr.., BA:*Wm. H. McCracken -
talks to the.ShortCoursetheme
.: dras-style and Jndia-type-madras. keyed .
: w
: .t. Jrt BSBA
; Kenneth A. Noegel,
I identify American-made fabrics Learn, Live Serve NOTICE OF.IhTENTION TO
r, SA; Ben E: North, BAE;; James designed to look like the imported through 4-H. Speakers will 1 Include BEGISTEIt FICTIVIOfS NAME
: i w: Patray, Jr., MD: Evelyn S. Notice is hereby ttyenthat; the
Sinclair madras. Dr. M. O. Watkins, directorof undersigned; under 't), ,proyislona'
'r'i 'p) I BAE; John Raymond the Florida Agricultural Extension of Chapter 20,1S Laws. f Florida# ,
I of f 'f,.. ; Wasdin, BA.Brooker arr Madras has been used for yearsIn Service, and Miss Emmie Acts of 1841 :wIU, register with the
This '
Terry McDavldBAS. higher priced sportswear. Clerk of Circuit Court. In add for
; i year it has moved vto popular- Nelson of the National Boys' and Bradford County. Florida upon receipt
__ '1101 -:" Girls' Club Committee. of proof of publication\ of this
\ Hampton Barbara Jean priced garments. Because Indian nonce, the fictitious name of Plaza
weavers can't meet the demand Special events will include a Lodge Motel under .rhkrh we are
'j Matchett, BAE. engaged In business o* U. S. Highway -
aYp Gs .kC. +. -, c Graham Robert M. Wasdin, with the original hand-loomed tour of Tallahassee's historic 301 North, SUtke, Florida.

th .. BSBA. fabrics, American manufacturersare homes, a fashion show a talent Owners Den Watson Marion $
'r e resemble fun night, installationof Watson, 1Ianll&UVat.on and Car
fabrics that a
Keystone Heights __ Edwin O. making program olyn B. Watson U. 8. 301 North,
'.- .... madras. officers and the traditional 4-H Starke, FU. '
Howard BEE. Dated this .31st ,dr.r of May, moat
is candlelighting
madras service.
: '<,Key ,to degrees: BAE,. Bachelorof Authentic, imported Starke BradfordCountr.! Florida.
Sp 1 unique. The bleeding or fading. Campus housing will be pro- ,/Z 4t 1/3
1 Arts in Education; BSJ, Bachelor y.
( of Science In Journalism; I PETTO. FLORIST;

," .. ... BSBA.BuSIness Bachelor Administration of' Science; MD in, Sell It- Rent It Trade It 119 PHONE B. THOMPSON WO rtOMTERSWO 441MDISTIXCTIVB ST.

t >' e3s. Doctor of Medicine; BA? Bachelor WIRI5;.FLOWCB8, ANYWHERBtfchg


'D New and used Building Supplies.

Escapes HRMORIAL8 AND REaOMTTIOlfi ________ ,. --__. 4 Cemtm Per .... I> ive way pipe, -lengths ".21
per foot. See Billy Jackson Jackson -
t 5:4xek .ry;yat ,After Wrecking :M WORDS OR, JUBSi 0.. 'I ertf.. (1IIal... 'Ck r*"> -:.. -- on Blinding Supplies., tfchg

.' >>y .,.,.J.i---, BACH. .ADDITIONAL WORD OVERO. .. .,,. __._ 4. Pr WoK' r < SAMJ3 Monday and Fridays. For Mr
+ k
V Dennis Wayne Powell, 19, ofOrange vice on any make machine' writ
or call Singer Sewing Machine Ca
Heights, escaped injury, '
402 N. Marion St.. or Phone 880,,
ALL FOR THE CHURCH but his car was completely demolished Lake 'City, V a._Tfchg
TU Chirdi a the frcaled factor oath at 10:30: a.m. Saturday HAVE a new lun program for Ready mix concrete, concrete block, R11:4L ESTATE

I ., for Irt* building of chaiacter and when he lost control, failed to farmers. Loan ,ol: .1 to 6 years rones., fence posts, sand, cement. fI.ln and. rental.- see m. ".ea.la

good &,...hip. Il w a tlorebouM .1( .Jnake a.curve near Hampton, and for the"entire credit requirements Motar mix rock steel oyster shell,, red .( Real Estate.A. "
of the ftiner and his fam LHierock and Roof Gravel. Phone
pwityal value*.WdboasatronaChsrch, .overturned.Deputy.Russell. ily. QalnesTille 'Production Credit WO4-2521, Bradford Engineering J. THOHAB, REALTOR
205 Temple Avenue, Tel.: WO 4-571
.t' ..;Jse deowcrary y r'ctvUitaltM eawmvt. Redding charged Association (20 worth Main.QainesTUle Co. tfchg _
: .
.' Tlxrt art f ogr found icaieMWlij Powell''with' failure, .to have ve- Fla. tfchRADIOS FOR RENT:_.furnished cottage-
tv ry penn ikould aHtad Krvicea She, won't'be guest of b nor at any Mother's control Complete Tree Service suitable for,bachelor or single: .lady.
', hicj! decorated and *
Newly v
: y
'wfulady sad wpport the QtutcK.1M jfitl ,
But who ? .
+ Day banquet. care* set"at $75.tPowell Make All rl.dd.3woaabl. ively furniihed and convenient. See
((1)) F.r his OWl ttac. ((2)) For bit Charges fmnttt4 Mrs. E.!: P. Renter m McMahon,
hiUru'ukc.. (3)) For At. wU of bit Her glory has always been,greater thanmere, "': was driving 65' mph in6,35mile SBEJ>BERD'S! RADIO TV Preening Bracing De-Moss. phone WO '"- .44, tfcftg
', 1 > ..
communiiy I aad luiiom. (4) For fa ule national recognition. : ,. ; :, .zone"as he approached lanai Great. Owner lag -0 Cavity Work Tree Removal -
412 E. Can St. Phone WO 4- 84>lFU. tfiftl
.f Ibc afdi bcl', v.bkb: teed Iii! : a i .- '.i .. .U the, curve on 'SR 325 south of Starke Transplanting \VAf TTED -basis. Call
., motet lid makiul: PU to > She wears her orchid in heir heariShe .., part time. Commission
wpport. rlo Hampton Redding said. The car Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE HObart -1.2111 Waldo for appointment -
aid and Bib!. COLONIAL FLORIST Hougo. ztchg 69]
diurcV Kgvlarl- jour doesn't want peeches.But: she'll find'.in1.5 : was a 1954 Oldsmobile. SAP Owner Jim Toney
i e Only F. T. D. Florlet In Starke.
spiration, as always, in the pastor's ,sermon. .4."i ... flowers wired any place. Flowersfor STARK PHONE WO 4-39K LOSTr S weeks 'ago black and
all occasions locally. Phone tan female' chihuahua long and
I Dy' Boole chaffer Ten* And sitting there in church, with ber'growniH' Methodist. Church. WO 4-I29L 608 East Nona St. tfcng short hair mixed. Answers to name
: saadar' tlop 1 =t:: up boys and girls, shell recall '',the days 'when. ; .:. "Penny"WO 4-MT.: Reward.: 'IoraceSander.thg eilS\ .,
I lULaseoaa a tn first they toddled along to Church School Schedule for week of June 5: FOR RENT-Famished apartments. -
Tii piqt
Reasonable rates. NearBhopplng
: Sunday Church School 9:45 SALE 7 house
: FOR room
i rsa Phone. WO $ %011
WedoeKUr IKbpTfcondtf + And she'll thank! God! ........ 'i m.: Morning 'Worship! 11 center. 21) with ample grounds. Excellent lo
I Kingirndw S7.$3. .:- a. a. m. or WO 4-0771 evening or call at 4-7651.
I Cup e Snack for MYP 6:30: m.,Youth S. Cherry St. (Shell on Co. Office.) cation. Call. rac/nlngs WO. 1119
Ester dar lawn: : HI Yes! She'll thank Him that it doesn't'take: aMother's 1 : p.- tfcbgHASTINGS .
MeetingS, 7' ,m. Evening Worship -
God's p.
Day to bring. herlainily"to:, House. J i- -ATTENTIONALL
.j.,,' ,,8 p. m., A;; nursery is provided

.. e.y 4 .-S .y.:, .r I'T"?6'-"; 11$I*.".....M r.S.vnstradmdra. ., -:10.t. ".:-:: '(.:! .' "."., ,for pre-school children during MATTRESS\ .FOX HUNTERS i *
both the morning and even- & UPHOLSTERY; WORKS
-. You are wanted to Join the
worship services '
Ing each SUn-
aae 710 Lemon St.; PaJatka ]Fox Hunters
Bradford County
:: $ .1t1! ::. :t>::< $ < P:!'>':'h ",: .JF: .'A:.., day. Rev.: Lou Hillendahl will
1. bring the' message at both ser Furniture Repaired, Uphol ... r, Association which will sleet the

... .<<:.:. ",- .< : >is. vMxs..:.i;G:o::.:his':",owl: ':.a6A i "; owi.ii\\. \sk'. ':. ,'" vices. h stered & Refinished first Friday iijsht Jn center ach In monthat The-

Monday Circle 2 wjll meetin the community
MATTRESSES REBUILTNew at 7:30: p.m, All 'fox hunters -
the Fellowship Hall at 10 m. ressa
These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service, '..Green and Mrs. Titus Olson as Innersprings For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our' are welcome, whether/ Jon

.. ,<.'. hostess, 3 p. m, Official Board ilnd'Box' Springs Agent have dogs or nod Adjoining
I 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S9& counties also Invited. If interested,
... I meeting at the Church 8 p. m. '
'- Drop Us a Card or Call WO 46502.
call .
I Tuesday Circle Twill meet

: : in in ,Fellowship Hall'at 10 a. m. PALA.TKA EA 5-8168 FOR RENT :S bedroom bunga 3-tp a-9Olfl'OF

JOHN A. TORODE ; with : Carl A. W. low. 307 Lafayette St Call Jacksonville -
Redgrave, and Mrs. A. N. Holliday >
FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOB KEROSENE ,( 5.;: I as hostesses. Want a Home of Your Own? Small
: Wednesday Prayer Meeting Agent 3->wn payment balance like rent. Wishes to move to Florida, 12
'- MINERAL\ 'I No closing expenses. W. IL Noll man Service
r LUBRICATIONOILS and Bible Study, ,8 p. m. 510 N. Cherry St. -tfcnj: year Ant Sales and

': SPIRITS I Thursday Chancel Choir rehearsal FOR SALE IfST Morris Minor Now in maaagemen& 'petition.Exeelait .

.. 7:30 p. m. C. nv., clean condition, new top. FOR RENT OR SALE=Unfurnished refereoees,, 'CoRitderanythlag. :
c. f', : S Loral. Finance Co. Phone WO, 4-0101 2 bedroom house. Also furnished Wrttet ?aelt Freeman
.. 1 The Thursday morning Prayer tfchg apartment. W. H. Nollman 510 N
< Group time has been changed tc,I Cherry St. tfchi Box 742, Independent, Kaasa*.,

I FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES. I 9 -s.. m...for'the:summer.and will l MOWING WOEK WANTED -Harry tcpzs
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== ; < Young Phone' WO 4 721S before FOR SALE Five room bloc k I
'.- meet at the home of Mrs:: W. E, : a m. or' after p. m. 2tp 412! house will sell reasonable. Cat
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: WO 4-086J on week ends. 40t Con ODD JOB SERVICE
Middleton this week.
) ire will be a covered dish: I have for proof of ownership and Painting, Carpenter Work, 3fast n

,' 'Madison and '.Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke,' Fla. lu eon for Hiflendahls: immediately ., cost.Telegraph.Contact: Bradford Paul County Faulk- FOR RENT -3 bedroom unfnrnIshed Work UutdMSBbtff* 'Too.. name IU!
0 after:the morning wor. nero C(9( house. Contact C. B. Johns,' Contact:..tJJLBEBT. FElL,
Rt. 1 Box 33. Intersection State
II Ship' on. Sund Everyone; is'ask.; FOR' R&VTC"room nicely turn.Snd Rd. 100 South and Colley Rd. aftei5pm sit W. Madison $t XIarage Apt.

,. ea:to bring a covered dish l ished house, with\ carport. For'Couple tfchi!
drinks:will:be provided.. with small child. Inquire at 713 coiv; ore HA nD LAI.NDRY
FOR SALE New and use d WI ..uIXIE.:
: N. Thompson. Itchg MEET TO
V : At 'The Tabernacle Experienced Telephone. Solicitor Yule Heating & Plumbing. Hawthorne If you desire busllegsof. your
Y.. Wanted. Writ* P, O. Pox (2I-B. Road t 8E ISth St. Stchg 7/2!1, own this it 'what you have been
Real Estate Associate Store. Barber. ShopDenmark II) S'last Starke. Itchg ., looking: fQF. Takes caiy a :small
". Friday' Visitation nigh FOR SALE 34! ton Alr-Condf rash investment. a fw.' hours a
; :.;; was tt FOR RENT, ..... $ room house $50 tloner. Exeellent condition $75. All] day of your time and 1it,.you a

-I- ,. and .the Tabernacle group wen t mOo on U S 101 at Ritch's Fruit & 14 ton egg cooler. Excellent condi' good monthly *Income, Ton most
.;; to the home of Mr.t and Mrs. M Gift Shop south of Starke. 2tcb r IIS tics $110 Mrs. E. Strunk W04-4101. see this calmoperatedlaundry to
I . t Rt. 1 Box 57 Starke. 2tcbg $1|:2 1 appreciate It. 1U Beautiful and It
J ,McRae where a profitable how r
GEM TERWILLEGAR Beagle Puppies For Sale. See ,residence only take $099, cash to. make it
: was spent Friends were glad ti) of Dr. Simpsons State Prl- FOR SALE 1 male white to r your own. -
Furniture Co. learn'th&t' Mrs; McRae is pro Inn Farm Itchg spits puppy. Phone WO 4-28J5 i; Can JacksonvlUe! J'LIns or
: ', MOTORS ttcttg Hi. write: Paul r;. Hays, Boon-o-Waib
a ... JEWELRYN. \ Dressing fiatisfactmily from he]r PRIVATE ipACIOraCOMVORTAbLE Inc. P. O. Pox Snl fir. 1, Florida.
t falL FOR RENT 4 room brand ne*r 4t (US
.. recent
Of Starke Tour Authorized Ford DealerEDWARDS' For Salt or RentS bedroom, t hou e, 15-1 per mo. ,Call WO 4-7051.
. L. WOODBURN, Miss Phyllis Martin MlssfOi. nary; bath home, furnished with boat- itch g One three be'droem"liopi: '.. id,
i. to:Quito, Ecuador, spent torn*s I house barbeque pit,. > car garage. nice' acd clean Oo d neighbors.
.- . Located -OD lake 2 miles South of IN CITY POUND 1 white sn time in Pensacola the past week.. WaldO Can HObart I-2S1I after I red speckled male dog. Owner ma]r and 'other properties E I, W. Harp
accompanied by her parents and:I p. nu before 7JO: a, m.. week. days., have by paying advertising cost an d fir! 'VaruAl.p. lilt- jtn t'9'

i .. GIB BROWN'SService CommuniState Bank i iI spoke'before. "several groups'whflthere. e anytime w ek-eRdL. Itchg: herd. rtmtwt dtT Police. Itch:. FOR RENT -I bedroom vnfnraUhed -

FOR SA ,w-AUTs-Chalmer tractor., FOR RENT ..4 room nafurnlsheiaaartment (I .hoijs' Corner Brownie* and
,,' .. Priced rcasonahifl. En<<.ne Pearson, 404 .Lake St Call WO 4. Water Sts. Sea.Mrs p; : U Sllcox.
I Grocery and Market Station Of'Starke Cash paid for rood don,.cat_ Lawtey. Ph
u : i ion;rags. .Ne KhakI er w aBrinr'ta L FOR 'REVT'-" room bouse bloc: Call WO 4-S374: if you are ptannini r q"'n Wasted -"'color,4'ook, and
II I Bradford County Tetetriph. and ,a half frw*. new s hnol, 01 I on sending child to klndergartei n ...n.taI0u.eklten4r! Haply Prad-
'.R: ,. Peterson road. Ph. WO }.2I7$. Mrs, In September. Mama Priest feed Pnrntture: CorporalJoa Monday -
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Joe AdamsJanet
Sara Joe Sprow sskk
Harry Stallings
Gordon Allen! .
Juanita Stalnaker
Pat Anderson
Carolyn Starling
Joan Bennett :
John Stephens
Bill Bessent Ricky Sunderland
Al Busko I
T a.3'r2 i': Harvey Tanner :
Gerald Brantley .
ililma Tanner
Richard Cain John Dodd Mary Noegel Virginia Erwin Bennie Jackson Carol Temple ;
Robbie Capps ;f Mary Lou Edwards Larry Norman Lane Gaskins Lane Jackson Clarice Thomas '"
Tommy Carter .'f.- Larry Elder ', 'J I Linda, Norman Virginia Gaskins Tom Jackson ;. Ginger Thornton Yt.
,, Sue Chastain I. Charles Ellis'l', John NorsworthyPatricia Robert Ghames Markleyann Johns Judy Thornton + zI
Janice Chesser \ Vernon '.
Kay Elzey Padgett Glisson Janet Johnson Lamar Tyler
Tommy Clark }.: Betty Ann Lewis .' Virginia Parrish Hank Graham Faye Johnson, I.. Harold Thus )T
.1 Delores Cloversettle Brenda Lewis ,,v\; :.. .' Lynn Perint Linda Gayie Green Ruby Lee Johnson : Mary K. Wainwright
I Janice Conner' :' .' Joseph Lloyd f..1t., '.\1" "I. Harriet Powell Mary Ella Green Buddy Jones : ." Barbara Ward ,I
Kathleen Conway ; 'Spanky McLendon ; if Harold Prescott Doyce Griffis Julius Kowatch .: Martha Weldon iI i
Charlene Cowart : Carolyn McLeod":-" .J : to. Gwendolyn Raulerson Edward Griffis Suzanne LeMee ., '" John Whisenant I
James Cowart Carole McRae :'" ',.. France Reaves' Jfrome Griffis Pearl Lavender Marjorie Whitehead I iI
Lonnie Craft ." Leonard Moody Mike Reddish Freda Hardee Jimmy Lawson Diane Whitehead
Daniel Crews Glen Moore Perman Roberts Delores Hardy Judy Lesawyer Frank Williams ,I
Gertie Faye Cruce: Gloria Moore Linda Kay Sale Mary Harley Bobby Shannon Paul Wilkison i
II. Graham, m. John Dixon Davis Roy Morgan ,Wayne Sapp Bill Helsabeck Steve Simmons Travis Woods I I i iI ii John Dodd

Valedictorian Margaret Dinkins Dorothy Newmans Betty Jean Schmitt Lois Hodges Flora Slade Richard Young
Dicky Dixon Bobby Newmanyou Douglas Seymour Sonia Hunter Linda Smith Prances Zacek I SalutatorianLAST

I I CLASS PROPHECY voice HANK got belongs GRAHAM your yellow to none, a cards graduate other-than?>r This of CLASS .AWARDSSafety way Wainwright.Harold _Tyus Mary. K f WILL AND TESTAMENT I

Annapolis; who is .captain' of our Social Studies, Virginia, Erwin. ,
The year is 1970: -Ive one was our hunting in sblp.; At the annual I Senior Class Patrol-BobbY. Shannon." .. Sara QQW' -._ ',,- .. .. .Wethe, semor Class_ of ..196G.I .To.-Gur parents we leave, knowing
Since 1060.the year that marked Africa,, where :we met WAYNE j The first arailiar.. sceh upon' night .on Friday May 27, Senior I commercial-.B. & P. .W.- SpanishHank"Graham.: being. of"san minds, and somenotsosane S tbat..whatever wemake of
a graduating yeaifor""a mighty APP and AL BUSKO,the'Ubangi reaching Nassau, are the" money awards were'presented.. They are Freda Hardee. '. rJohx I minds do hereby ourselves in .lifer it would
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band of Seniors, at Bradford High lip readers. I. divers who in recent years have II as follows: Business C Certificates Fred Dodd. leave our Last Will and Testa- have been "PQssi le without their
School, we have been travelinghere After spending quite a while been replaced by stateside boys. American Legion Hank Graham [Hardee,.Gwendolyn Raulerson. ,I Speech-' Bi.ltidY: Jones, Public: ment. guidance understanding, and unending -
and there and have) Just returned -with our foreign neighbors, we decided As we draw near we Identify themas Kathleen Conway. English-Hank Graham Tom Speaking; Bill. -'Bessent, Drama, To Mr. Ingram our sponsors, I suppor{. We also leave to
from a trip around the it best to sail home by the DOYCE and JEROME GRIP- Danforth-John Dodd Judy Jackson. .Club; FranCeS; Reaves Hilma. and our -teachers, we leave 'our you our.sincere thanks, for
world. way of Nassau. FIS, TRAVIS WOODS and TOMMY LeSawyer. i Journalism Margaret Ann Tanner. '-"* sincere thanks and appreciation everything you. have given us,
During our explorations, we en- While on the boat, we heard CARTER.As D. A. R.-Kathleen Conway. Dinfcins. Prank Williams. for everything, no matter how knowing the only way we can repay -
countered some very interesting over the loud speaker a,, familiar we leave 'the ship the fam- Valedictorian-William- Henry Mathematics -Hank Graham Kathleen D. C. T. Bobby Newmans,, large or small that they have you is by becoming the adult
scenes Probably the most Impres- voice saying "Quack, quack, have [Continued On Pare 8] Graham m. Harold Tyus. Conway, done. [Continued On Page 10]
lutatrtan-John Fred Dodd. Music-Harold Tyus [Arian,
.._m_ Student Council-John Dodd. Virginia Erwin .Margaret Ann I .
Service Awards-Marty Weldon. I Dinkins Jimmy Lawson
U A 's i i Tom Jackson Frank Williams, Science Science'[Baush Lamb]
Bobby'ShaMon., -Hank Graham Kathleen Con-

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1'960 .

Graduates 1960 .
.. Accept .
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The diploma you're receiving i
.. I mostsincere opportunities for unlimited ( -... s_ ,3. 0, ,

: is not a magic wand but is ,e success. We hdpe these opportunities
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J DAVIS, and RICHARD CAIN, we titan one. The floor show -composed CAROLYN McRAE. LINDA lettuce. In the corner we ;el VERNON GllSSON.
: --.,-.. I Class Prophe proceed to Inspect' Nassau. Looking -; 1 I of a number of our former NORMAN, JUDY, THORNTON, DOUG SEYMOUR standing ups The feature of the night lathe
ahead we see that traffic. is .classmates, features JANET AD- aad'OBBY ,JAPPS, with their usual dealing the'cards. I appearance of Mrs. America, Ufae ,
1 r I Is [Continued From Page 7] in terrible chaos. This Is due to S. FAYE JOHNSON. Pal respective' fan IIies. Over the loudspeaker, we hear former RUBY LEE JOHNSON, ,
the racfthat: BOBBY SHANNON;; 1 f 4Eti1RG ':That"sight,the.; members of the CAROL) < REMflUjShoUtting and her attendants ILMA 't.\N.,
I, Otis photographer.' JOE ADAMS Chief Traffic pirictor ft assiu i I ; 'rASKTIS; daS"'c1r6v to .tbftnt\ t' sensainetr6: "P4stTime""a\tholQith she 'do. sn't TIER, BARBARA "W'ARD.; 'D WEWHT
takes our pictures; for: which he has stopped- all trafic i because'\i}e ] 1ilO ra 'I' A m tJ. R- j o 'ot\ij"Q''TM','1ef IaSre Deed. the "loudspeaker. HEAD, arid tiDA
err.I charges 'outrageous prices, and Mayor of 'Nassau, PEARL" 'LAVENDER J-1t0GfADIES; -'b -' 1i 1ticLendop's*Floating TCde- "Xs we";look across the water we SMITH. -
which will be later used for black- has been' struck by a 2tI 1 JACKSON' 1t d'4f-nAma: aaiap. we' fie\ -1 .a1'by-uie oi*- see''a mighty boat paddled by i The conclusion of the floorshow
mail.As passing': motor scooter, driven by 'R.'EWSt: "1y"are" "the' ''chonrasb'ack '. l tt: ttl 'and BILL BESSENT' g the consists of the star of we
we pass the straw marketwe DELORES HARDY, in a snalre-, ,thaf,' \) the star"of'tfie sfibw; J.Wf'McLENDON;" who have nlghVsejrejaiments.% : He is closely Ringling Brothers Circus.. MISS
see FRANCES REAVES and skin jacket ,JJLnJS'KO'W ATCJJ,' tBe"famous, been: i '
I JANICE CONNER, selling the As we journey on our sight seeing limbo dancer. grade. ***" MIKE REDDISH oho has.: just fire baton, and the popular sing. &
i beautiful straw goods. trip we see again the" many 'At''the.i conclusion of the ow.w11Ch ce first thing on the agenda made a"'raid on Bill's distillery ing star RICHARD YjOUNp
Upon boarding our sight seeing beautiful homes, one of; which'13 was", a_:)'Sreat 'success, ,_ .,"*welisiover .. _i Is h'wekrome'speech" b1 \he.** mayor apparatus, located under- the singing "I'll Be Seeing Yon.." t
buses, driven by JOHN DDCONHere's owned by the former "FREDA I that Julius has-been sel- arge" ''1mT T"A'Uq ,bridge' Alligator Creek: which has been on the'top ten r

HARDY and her husband, 'EDWARD ecfed'a's I an'. :American. talent' de1egate ,J'I When' we start to return to the ever since our class of it.60: made
GRIFFIS: 'i! to our colony r of Russia. pole; siftrnsti o wpresent* and rd' main. room of the Hideaway we it so famous. We danced<< to, thltmusic
I The next stop is the old This 'ri's escapade:-concludes, ". yome'us: :''lie's.tales'.:.., .that he''hopes-' i I are stopped. by In voice saying of the famous combo which
(. t which is run by JOAN BENNE fDrtI I our prle'return' tO Nassau.. rio(' ne" hiS a *trouble 'getting I"Waft a "minute,1; didn't know consists of BOB'SMITH,&UMY

'6'0 I Employed as guides we"" Ifnd "Igs&ig.sick. :of\thevBeaL"we"decidetorilyto : t N1 ;i...il:W' .. I- 'r ,. !s'Siiu:.,I I they had::; mountains, in Florida. LAWSON and CHARLES. 'J1i.1"; B, i
LINDA 'tfAYLEGREEN. Ttyi;l IteVtaiefMif fiug"ai aced; ge rye ancliorec, } in This is' our classmate, MARGIE' who are still trying. to get 8Y I
GRAD\ MAN ROBERTS LEONARD! Clarke's. new Itumcipal aujorf."After the rntdIe. Singsley" Late. WIi1TEHEAD:/!tio'i 'ls staring at from Speech class.
I MOODY, and FRANCES' ZACEJC : 'boarding the plane We'arerreeted '-N ct, u1e principal 'of situ'belgseed a sandbar: We' retire to the lounge, :wiujre I
After leaving the buses 'we *l&> by 'our iiostesses BETTY. ataia. '"ma'ter"i 'TOMMYspeaker The music calls us to the floor we find GINGER THORNTON, i
@;\@)@ gin our shopping tour, because ANN" .EWIS and GWES R\XILER'SON. ; : \ ntxoduCes guest show. As we enter, the chorus has and her intended for the past ten
HARRY and ""MARGARET 'ANN I. When we" are. briefed.. by ; the l test 2t' oj 'the, formeof' ; a 'Conga line around the years, watching the new, versionof
STALUNGS, inform its that theyare our pilot he turns out to be noneother" Tinned' Spates., JOBS/F, DbDD.erWa Doby Gillis of Starke. TOM: Gunsmoke. starring LOSE
1 looking for a bongo shop because > than HARVEY TANNER: t ; speeches, ve are JACKSON ;The chorus is com- CRAFT as Datt Minor, JAMES
I 'tbt1\) they promised their fen: WhO"has' been; loaned to the" Com; takel l .a tour of fide Iideaway.Ithe"gairlm posed of PAT ANDERSON. GOR- COWART as Jester and DOROTHY -
merci Airlines, which is owned *' i NEWMAN as Miss Ditty.
children that they would bring 'room, not to be DON ALLEN CHARLENE COW-
: "' them bongodrums. They soon discover by'IUDDY 'JONES; : by, the Air t nt. fe(1"iUi'b1tn!?:W find In the corner we find SARA JO
Your enthusiasm Never n 0 A ntm ART GERALD BRANTLEY. SPROW, the famous bibliopole) ,
a small bongo shop run by Force. L\potn."TVtN an' : wm- I
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; none ether than 'sUZ NNE LA- On our flight\ is the famous as fldbt'wa: : V ers ",us-- MARY. LOU EDWARDS" LANEGAs I who informs us that RJC Y

and courage MEE, who gives them'a reduced eniist>. ,'HAROLD PRESCOTT'and t V'epga'gecf; changing i chips, for .aNS', MARY GREEN. ., and [Continued. On- Page' n]
.... price of $12.50 for the small bongo his dental technician, MARY -
will) bring you many I drums. :NOEL, who. are returning loathe .- -' '-'-- -- --
.'. HARRIET,POWELL and FLORA states!! after' inspecting 'the 'teeth,
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f SLADE, two of the lessdressed of the Indians'along the Amazon .
successes.TJest wishesI I II I II society women in Nassau are in South America.We .

II I I Cpntinued[ from Page 11 land at the airport whichis ,
'AYI encountered by us as they enter managed by STEVE SIMMONS Su cess
I I Nassau's version of Leila's Dress and his able assistant MAEK- I s
Bradford Abstract Co. I i Shop, which in run by' LINDA. LEYANN JOHNS. There is quitea 9
KAYE SALE. Linda Kaye designs celebration going on in town to tbejr
:->ft'rv'. +*...: I I and makes her own creations and many have journeyed to the i ii .. 9f
STARKE, FLORIDA which usually don't turn out airport i to meet our plane. Among '

I f wishingyou real well as she doesn't know how. those* present" that graduated In
to sew. l I960() are JANICE CHESSER I
V No Nassau trip is complete un- KATHLEEN CONWAY SUE
I less we visit a night club. Our CHASTAIN JANET JOHNSON, I
luck! choice is the Junkanoo which was
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paradise. It is run much to our
Drug Store surprise, by CHARLES FRANCISand ee'eee, !;... t
Starke, Fla.I MARTY ROSIER who have ..,'
formed partnerships in more ways I960 .
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and best wishes ,. ," ,.-
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Prophecy SONIA HUNTER. We are greeted
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SUNDERLAND Is now operatingthe CLARICE THOMAS. The cashieris ] TAKEN $
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Starke match factory, that JUANITA STALNACKER. We t;
supplies matches for the Senior are pleasantly pleased to find .the A BIG I
trips. meals at BHS have improved '
E11WI LARRY NORMAN, a world greatly 'r- STEP... I
: famous gourmet is taken ,111.after Another added attraction at ;
I eating too many Bradford, County BUS is taxi service, provided by r .
( [[ strawberries. He is rushed to the CAROLYN MCLEOD-,- to furnish I ir
y cu / infirmary where' we discover the f the students with 'ciss'. The taxi I ..c HIIIIIIIIIIIf11lluu II I :. .jfl
nurses, LYNN PERINT, BETI'Y is stopped to allow some of the I I r
JEAN SCHMITT, and Doctor I students to pa's by the police- I .
JUDY LESAWYER, are treating woman, LANE JACKSON-
I the famous basketball player the ,Ae last we leave our dear old I \ / /, I best I tr..
Universal Trotters. This team has alma mater with\ tear dimmedeyes
r some outstanding players, BILLY and broken hearts wishing wishes I
HELSABECK LARRY ELDER,, .hat it were possible that we -= = 1 A
and DICKY DIXON. They have\could once more enroll for its -- -- for a .'' ..,
just won the world, series in I classes-a fact which would severely c
Basketball.As if not fatally punish the E May he futurefulfill E .' I t
we leave the Hideaway, the '
treasurer MARTY WELDON faculty.John D. Davis = all,of our EE \ The 'universeneeds :

of all guarded by BOBBY '''NEWMAN Mary K. WainwrightCarol :: >. .
.5 and JOHNNY STEPHENS passes Temples many your
the hat. We are asked to drop -
fli/ngs/ in coins but no .pennies, please. THE RIGHT i-GINT for tilt -- 'r,( -- 'ideas and g
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ahead.GRADS 5) greets,us ,as. w* enter the front 'iuIIIIIIIIIIiIUIII\J : '.
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WORTHY and GLENN MOORE, re: Estate of Joseph W. Prevatt,
offer us their assistance. We meetBRENDA deceased. ,
Notice Of Filing Petition For Final
LEWIS, who is now Discharge Of Administrator
sponsor; of the Garden Club. She I To All Whom It May Concern: 1960
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has just assigned a student to Notice IB hereby given that Ihave I ,
filed my final returns as adI
the library, in custody of the ministrator of the estate of Joseph;l .
librarian GLORIA MOORE.We W. Prevatt deceased: that- I have SIMMONS'KOCH E. Johns Agency: .
stench filed petition for final discharge, .
a and that I will apply to the Hon- BULLINGTOii .. ,
which(: leads us to the chemistry orable Theron A. Yawn County "
Starke Telephone CompanyStarke lab. We are amazed to find thatit I I Judge of Bradford County, Florida' ..
on June 21 I960. Tuesday at 10:00a. ; .
is not Mr Cowen, but only the m. for approval of the same and STUDIO AND : : GENERAL'INSURANCE. '. .," ,._ ,
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new Chemistry teacher, DOLORES .
of the estate of Joseph W.. Pre- DRUG STORE '- ;.' ::
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Florida able KAY ELZY, who .
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if you thins; you' can skip without I Miss Rosenberg's commercial I II I, STEVE SIMMONS, being of I I heart and pure mind do leave my I girl in. the drum section of the in your class. As I leave BHS I sound mind- ; do hereby leave ay

LastViill getting caught.I I classes. \I i iI sound mind and a.resident of the good looks Herculean build and band to any girl that will take it.. have only one regret, that as I I ability to do everybody's annual
RICHARD YOUNG being of .MARJORIE: WHITEHEAD I !town of Starke, do hereby' bequeath athlethes foot to TOM: HARDLY I I, DOROTHY NEWMANS. leave these halls they will no
will to JO ANNE GREENE, the i to DON PAGE, thirst He needs them. leave pages, and still get the same
sound do will and my a smattering of everything, longer be blessed with the sweet
And Testament minds hereby ability to ask Miss Rosenberg stupid 1 for ice tea. 1, LANE JACKSON, leave my and a knowledge of nothing to bellowing of a wounded walrus as I grade they do to ANNE MATTHEWS -

.i bequeath my: ability to'lead songs questions and get the correct. I. LYNN PERINT. being .of ability of not getting along with;[ELAINE KNOWLES. I sing the songs I like best for I II if she is brave enoughto

'in asembly to anyone brave en- answers to them. I uL sound -mind do hereby leave my my parents, and the privilege of I, BETTY ANN LEWIS, leave I no can take my place in this cap- I j take It.
[Continued From Pace 71] ough to try it. ROY MORGAN, being abso-t title as Most Versatile, to anyone walking down the hall every" to my cousin SANDY LEWIS 1!acity. I I, SUE CHASTAIN, being of

1' I I I, CLARICE THOMAS being lutely insane, leave my ability to i who can fool as many people in morning to see "Blondie to SUSAN -!one red and white Chevrolet, with I. GWEN RAULERSON, being! sound mind do hereby leave to

/ that will make you proud of us. of unsound mind and no known read library books in Mr. Cowen's U To they' Junior Class, we leave I!
i i[:abilities leave to any Junior who I['class, without getting caught, to I, JOAN BENNETT, leave I. WILLIAM A. BILL] BES-< and a red and white boat, for safe I abilities, leave school! Thank !J to roam through the halls
I ,'the joys and sorrows of being}I{wants it. this school, with good I any Junior crazy'enough to try it! 1 MARLENE HOWE all of the joys SENT being of unquestionablysound j, keeping. I goodness! I I II during classes without getting

Seniors. Try to capture every riddance. I I, ROBBY CAPPS, leave to i and sorrows of being a senior.I mind, do leave tq the Jun-', I, LINDA NORMAN, being to- I, MARKLEYANN JOHNS i ij j caught.
golden minute of next in 1 I
) : mind, because it's year over too I, JOHN WHISENANT, Being!! KAY DENNIS; my position as BOB SMITH, leave barely.I ior Class, ten pounds of TNT with ': tally insane win to JOE.SAP, a j 1 leave my ability to sing in the j II I, SUZANNE LAMES being
1 1 'soon. We also leave to you all of I I of not-so-sound mind, do hereby ':,;;captain of the cheerleaders, and ,JANET JOHNSON leave to the fervent hope that they blow. little, of everything, and nothingat I chorus to anyone who is willing iI' !small in body and large in mind
and I will'my'ability to play bongos to' my ability to be late at every,anyone who wants it, my abilityto themselves up with it. all.I to try and hereby say I am joyfully I I do bequeath all available males
our favorite "juicing" places I'
hang-outs, the Keystone Drive I my faithful }Jistener, MARY ANN I I i game. handle Mr. Oglesby.I L JUDY LESAWYER, being of JANICE CONNER, leave leaving Bradford High I!i of every size, shape and color
LONG. I, HARRY STAUJNGS, leave FRANK WILLIAMS,being Of sound mind, do hereby leave my !School.
i within the Keystone Heights City
: Jn, and Herb's, knowing they will I ability to get along with Mr. I
I, KAY ,ELZY, remaining hope-i j my title of Best Dressed to JOHN unsound mind and questionable 'Grey HaIr' to anyone who is fool I I, ROBERT GHAMES hereby,i Limits _to LINDA GAYLE'
be well taken care of, Cowen if she
less and helpless to the end, do! MILLER character do he.rby bequeath my enough to worry over exns as bequeath WILLIAM MOODY if she so desires to hare
i I, KATHLEEN CONWAY, being!hereby leave'school, with the best I, TOMMY CLARK, leave look- ability to get along with all the I did.i. wants it. I| TATER, the one and Gl DOCKS-I'I them.

1 of sound mind do hereby leave :,of my abilities still unknown. ,, ins forward. loafing the rest of teachers at B. H.,,/S. especially 11] JAMES M..MCLENDON, do I, PERMAN ROBERTS beingof I' ale, which I have had in the deep j i, I, BETTY JE.SCHMITT., .
i SARA WOODBURN my ability to., I.JMARY ELLA GREEN, leave'I '''!. my life.I ,Mrs. Patti Carlsoni to TOMBO bequeath and bestow upon C., J. sound mind and body, do here- freeze for the past ten years. The i i of being
make a complete mess of PTA I Ito JO ANN GREEN.-the ability to PATRICIA PADGETT being I !SMITH To Harland A. Sprow I I. CURT MALONE, my' ability to by will to MARTY CROSBY my said tamale to be used as the' soundmind and body, dot
hereby leave to sister MARY
1 Business meetings. i get what I didn't get. the height of 5' ft 1", do hereby.1 leave my football goodluck hat I take Algebra for four pears my Union County license plate and I "Main" delicacy at his wedding.! SCHMITT my ,

/ I, JULIUS KOWATCII, being I I, LONNSE.CRAFT leave school leave my ability to go with some-t and to Bradford High SChool 11 deflated muscle ,beach tee-shirts, tht deed J-p Starke Highway 100,I; I, LINDA SMITH, being of ;!school for,four my ability to skip

of unsound mind and unknown'being one of the few, who still one 6' 4" to DORIS RICKS: 1 1L LEAVE!} . and my ,fondest possession, by H. between Starke and Lake Butler.I sound and enormous body,i : .years' and not get
mind caught
abilities,.leave to VERNON PARMENTER ;i retain all of my Senses and abilities. JOE ADAMS, being'of sound I, PAT ANDERSON,: do hereby : R. A. lifftime membership card. L FAYE JOHNSON, leave my LINDA
{ any girls that I don'twant. : mind will and bequeath my stool 1 leave my messy locker to anyone I. JUDY THORNTON shortness to any Junior' girl who leave S. HILDEBRAN I, DANIEL CREWS, being, *f
do here- she her hands,
I anything 'can get
I P 8, I want them all! r I, CAROLYN STARLING leave In PSSC Physics to any Junior i able to unlock it. .I by leave to SANDRA HUBBARD, wishes to have to break her neck,!!1 I Don't think she wouldn't do 'sound mind, do hereby leave to

: J, GERTIE FAYE CRUCE being]!my excess.weight, to the skinnest that is brave enough to want It, I, HARVEY TANNER, havei the ability to talk all day and get looking up at almost every boy on.it either!] !,. any Junior boy, my ability to

"of sound mind [I think], leave to girl in the Junior class. I and smart enough to .claim it. I i M RONALD CRAWFORD my:Ability I away with it. she goes with I i I. GINGER THORNTON, leave chew gum in Miss Raysor's room

: Buddy Thomas, my ability to I. BOBBY NEWMAN, leave I, RICHARD T. SUNDERLAND, :not to skip a day during his senior I I, LARRY ELDER I, BILLY HELS BECK, beingof love of cheese to all the rats;:and i not get caught
of my
i(THOMAS JUDD the honor of of high school, except being sound mind and body do here- 'I, JOHN DIXON DAVIS leaveto
: *make it to class on time HA! HA! !being' of sound mind and body' year I sound'mind and body, do hereby leave in the Junior Class.I II
j being President and District Re- leave my ability to talk In Mr.1 when he' is down with a cold. by my ability to get one SAM GARDNER, my .lacf-
problem week in Mr. Cowen'sroom
WARD, I presentative for the DCT Club. Cowen's class and not get caught j I, 1, LINDA_GREEN,,leave to ANN I ability to skip classes and come to MARION a COTTLE.: sound mind, give back to TOMBO j trimmed corset so that he too can
I I Hereby bequeath I I, CIURLENE COWART hereby to anyone brave enough to try. :ROBERTS mil 'seat in Mechanical back to school the next day witha j have a lovely figure.
all of his free time.
V to all forthcoming seniors, the, leave' to one OZELL PARRA- I. CAROLYN JEAN McLEOD'' Drawing-surrounded by boys.I white slip. I, MARGARET ANN DINKINS, SMITH I i I, CAROLE McRAE [LITTLEContinued

I I ability to get on the Garden" Club,'I MORE, my seating position in Ileave thE!- last twelve years; full I I I I, JOHN DODD leave the pri- I, JANET ADKINS, hereby being of sound mind and body, I, LINDA KAY SALE, being of '[ On Pace 11]
_. do hereby leave to who is
I of fun. disappointment, hope disgust anyone
vilege of wearing unpolished
leave to the Junior Class of 1960,
I I game enough to tr* it, the -
the high lights and the disillusions position
i: white shoes and dirty white belt the honor of being Seniors in
II to anyone that thinks I{Sand I carrying a chewed, up pencil I 1961. of all those'positions, thatI
II they can enjoy it all more than,I:, behind the right to JOHNNY was really in no position to h01dposition' _
r have. I j IDEVORE. I, MARY LOU EDWARDS, being of, during my reign in
I, HAROLD LEWIS PRESCOTT '. of sound mind, (II hope leaveto the position of "A Senior of 1960."

I will my' ability to catch I i} VIRGINIA PARRISH, beingof PAT BISHOP 'my place in I, HAROLD M._ TYUS wish to __
sound mind and body, leave toWAYNE
the, Senior Chorus, In she class
one of the girls in town, to hopes bequeath to any deserving juniormy
1 PARRISH. my ability to has as much fun I did.
1 Y TY CROSBY. l\Lut-1 undying passion for extra-
q class
chew gum in Miss Raysor's
1 I. FLORA SLADE, r; SARA JO SPROW, do hereby curricular activities as well as the
1 and get caught.I
that if I can't take my last win bequeath my'posStion as the only ability to be the most crusty boy
TOM JACKSON, with noble
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LastM WOODBUKN, and my ability to ; I, MARY IIARLEY. leave my Those moments in class since we You: are hereny notified that there the estate of Nellie EL Smith, dentiicd. : lJr notice. Eacb claim or dfuiandjstral I C .1t EdatrdsExeatrr !
L bu been filed by Well C. Albert in .' late 'of Bradford .. '
County. -be in
writing and hall state f r r1h" fj.it of :\e1USmith. /
play the drums to anyone inter- ability to any junior who can get first met. : the Circuit Court of Bradford Counj j State of Florida to the County the place of residence and post ofls (- I E. D"'I'f"' '.
ested.I the room next to two chaperonesand And now my constant prayer ty. Florida her complaint againstyou I ..<.(:ire of Bradford County Florida, address of -the claimant jnd .. Dtank LaHnun ;
'. and the relief therein -prayed hou'ee of shan' be sworn to by the lU>x 54S, $Uu... "' ,
And Testament MARY Mr. Ingram the Senior :*t office in the court i. .I
NOEGEL of on shall be
J being ICor1i"a divorce. ad: his agent, ur attorney, and dainlant'l Attt.rney for the .k I"ati"'
sound mind and good stature, do trip. That God will keep you eternally. This is therefore to command you,. :> County in Starke. Florida, 'Utm
demand .
or not so filed stall f a'JI! 4t Sand :
lo file within calen"dar
your written defense in said eight months (rolQ'Hart
Continued[ From Pace 101] i hereby leave my title as Most I I I I, FRANCES REEVES, bequeath -, Sincerely, Al Busko. .il.- \ cause en or before the :Oth day of I
I Courteous to anyone who thinks to DOTTIE DAYTON mystrong L MARY KATHERINE WALV- Jut, A D. 1960, and that you shall

MAC],bequeath to'TERRYVAL.- \they can live up to it. lungs, powerful voice, and I WRIGHT. being sick anii.tired of clay thereafter I of June on J or,. D before 1969. the serve 20th a I

TERS my curly hair freckled I, SOmA HUNTER being of sore throats, along with the title the Last Will and Testament, I.copy of your defenses, if any,, on I

nose and habit of being late to Ii good nature, do hereby,leave my of "Best School Spirit in hopes'.leave to my sister BETTY LOC Street I' III1I' Barton.Gainesville 313, Florida Seu'Vast, attorney First)1

( Mr. Cowen's homeroom.I. height and my ability to be late he will enjoy her Senior year as WAIMVRIGHT. the dirty dishes l for the plaintiff and immediately! .
t JIMMY\ LAWSON being of i ij for homeroom every morning and much 'as 1 did. the car'keys, the front porch, and thereafter file the original in my r

sound mind, leave my job as art I II still get along with Mr. Cowen, toED I, 'BRENDA LEWIS, leave my I I the telephone knowing they will I
I BROWN. I also leave my membership in the Garden Club, be in good hands and to Mr. confeaso will be entered against you \
to KAY DENNIS . . a"rding i to law -
I brother to Mr, Francis.I Cowen. I leave the Last Will and Witness my hand'and seal of our yoU'and' '
I Best of Luck I BOBBY SHANNON, hereby I. MARTY WELDON leave Testament. Would you? I II Circuit Court. this 10 day of May.
A D. 1960.
wondering who in the world is
I II wish to leave to EDDIE STARLING SEAL) .
I II I[ the job of being captainbf going to take over.the job'of' Senior I THE RIGHT POINT for the Charles A. 'Darby, Clerk Circuit I i V

ToGrads the school patrol and the title class treasurer. -To him, I write. Come! In and select Cnurt15y z
I way you i Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk / 4
I II of "chief". Also to anyone else, gladly leave the cash box the your favorite ESTERBROOJK Philip Barton. .'

the ability to still be going to record books, the problems and ,,Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. Attorney for Plaintiff DpQ .
I the headaches. I :SI:? 8. 1st Sf-et
school when you' reach voting age., Florida I
I. VIRGINIA ERWIN, being of I, PEARL .LAVENDER, being i I t Gainesville 5-1S (t 6.' Ifri ..

Class Of 1960MAY I sound mind and sad heart, 'do absolutely stupid, having no Cash paid for good clean cotton |I:. In The Court Of The Comntf, Judge, you-

hereby leave to LINDA TETUN- ,mown abilities will to SANDRA; rags. No Khaki or wool'' Bradford County, "ta. Of Florida i

I LV COX all of the good timeswe HOLT, my ability to resist everything Bring to Bradford County Tele II I la Probate V
In lie: Estate Of Nellie E; Smith,
I had together !in band and at except temptations. j graph. ,I Deceased. We wish ;
the tennis court.I NOTICE OF Pf.OBATE t
hereby leave the 1960 Juniors of :MITICK OF IXTKXTIOX I To Ali Persons interested In The 4
RUBJOHNSON., leave to a TO REGISTER FICTITIOVS >AMKNttke ,Estate Of Said Decedent: youall
BLESSINGS BE DOWN .lucky Junior girl, the honor of Bradford Highball the fun and Is hereby given that the Tour are* hereby notified that a ; all of ,!
joys I had hi Senior undersigned, under the provisionsf you
my year.I written I instrument purporting: to the best!
I[being the 1960-61 Homecomingqueen. MICHAEL REDDISH '> Chapter % Ilfi3! Laws of Florida, I be the last will and testament of f ,
THE ROAD AHEAD I beingof Acts of 1941 will register with the ., &aid decedent has been admitted to
V questionable character, de be- I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and probate in this court. You are hereby ..:5ftCtlt
II I, LEONARD MOODY leave to :3ueath to MIKE DENTON my f"r Bradford County, Florida, upon I comanded within six calendar I 1I
I receipt of proof of publication of Months! from the date of the first tOlloravtofiou,
ELBERT IIERSEY, my ability to nick name of 'Fat Frog', May his this notice the 'fictitious name of DjUioatlon of this notice to appearin
roak be a deadly one.I I't" 'ton-Florlst under which wean I this court and show cause if and bat w&Ut.Yoo .
I skip school, talk much and study engaged in business at 119 any you can why the action of this o .
CAROL TEMPLES. possessing ...uth Thompson Street Starke, said will to
ctiirt in admitting pro-
tamtj II
little, and stay out of trouble 0We
[ Florida. .
I an unstable mind and mixed bate, should; not stand unrev'oked.Theron
Sirs. Dolly Brown, RFD !. Edwards A. Yawn, atsho
motions, do. bequeath to SUSANB.
Loop Road Starke. Fla. County Judge a
: I, SLADE. the little finger of my, Mrs.( LaUie Bridges 305 Monroe I : 5U: (t 61' yo* I I "

r !! left hand in hopes she will wraps 'St. Staruet Fla. I tears Ii
Dated this 19th day of May, 1960
b' k many teachers around it as I at Starke Bradford County, Flori In The Court Of The Co.a j fortun
jI "{A da. Bradford Cooatr. State Of Florida good i
did.I "5119 In Probst
4t 6/9
I HANK GRAHAM leave my
Nellie E. Smith,
In Re: Et-tat of
ability to put my foot in ray In The ('lrruU--r four Of Florida.Rljtbth .
mouth and bite it time Ioirn Judicial flreuit. In And >, j's
every All Creditors Persons
To And
Fur Bradford County. IB CJwmeeirXell <
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around to anyone who can C. Albert, Plaintiff, vs. Luther aving- Claims Or Demands. Against 1 rI .' _'_
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walk with bitten feet.I T. Albert. 3efen4ant. ,> I Said i Estate: I
IRf NOTICE OF SUIT I You and 'ach of you are hereby i ;
11 DOLORES CLOVERSETTLE To: Luther T. Albert, P. O. I5ox notified and 'req-ired to present I i -
I leave to AMELIA WILLIAMS, the : any (claims or demands which you I GIDf( ] Strvi

ability to "confuse 'em when I I X H. KELLY Q&lat1

I lan't convince 'em." .. A r -- 7" I '
I, JOHNNY STEPHENS, ,, j Furniture Co.Tanner's
I beingof '
1; I sound mind, do hereby leaveto : y 3T'
I MARY DUGGER the abilityto CLASS F'F'i i r I : '
I build a raft with the hope that I ,
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hereby will to THOMAS JUDD, I .. --: -' :

my, mechanical HARRIETT ability.I .POWELU. beingf t We are happy ': I Il E7 r. I I I \ '; ;? : :

'> unsound mind, leave BILLBO for t Ii i' I
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I anyone who will baye( i H. the ability { great success.l' I II .
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i I II Doyle. ,. E. ConnerINSURANCE i DICKY DIXON. leave my .> is an importantmilestone. 0 ,

S I, basketball ability to WOODY Keep up -Grad.

i} STRICKLAND, knowing he. does. II
i Merrill Edward REAL ESTATE n't need "it. I II I I II I the good work jBowden's II I
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Will and Testament to MISS 1I I books
City Clerk I "218 Temple Avenue VIRGINIA RAYSORI I rlt I$$ our you flttlll-
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N. Woodburn, Owner

::. we extend our congratulations to .,',' Stark, Fla. / uke: Fla.

t : ; all members of the class: of. 1960. .I ,;,-'" .. '. .-' -.- i 1 ,\Starke, ,-,.Fla.-!, ., ,' I

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'.TT ..TTTTTTTYYY"Y"YY.1BALDVIN' diction. Jacksonville. The young lady has Sunday: been' critically ill in the Baptist been leading the revival services Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Isgett. i dictorian of the senior class this

The graduation exercises of the been named Cynthia Maria. I ,Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore and fain* hospital' In Jacksonville, returnedto .at the Manville Congregational I We are all very sorry to learn year. We are very proud of him.

\ Senior class will be held on Mon- Mrs. P. S. Carter spent last fly and Miss. Shirley fflgginboth his home here Saturday night. i Holiness Church which ended 1 that Mrs. Hall the 1st grade The Baccalaureate Service of

day evening, June 6, at the Bald- weekend in Jasper with her. par-j am enjoyed a trip to Kingsley. Virgil .Johiis',at New York arrived Sunday evening.Mr. i school teacher here in Maxville)i the Baldwin Senior Class will be

. By Mrs. C. B. NolanuuAAAAAA.AA.AL win High School Gymnasium. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Tomlinson. Lake Sunday. by' plane last Wednesday and Mrs. Harry Padgett I was hurt in an accident over the j held at 2 p. m: Sunday in the

Valedictorian this year 'will be Her parents returned home I Roger North of the University i flight for .a' ,visit here with rela- and daughter Bonnie, and Miss weekend and was unable to 'at- 'Baldwin High School gymnasium.We .

tAA $ Jimmy Higdon and Salutatorian with her on Monday for a '' Sit. oi 4-to.ioa opens(; last weekend tives., Alene Sweat joined some friendsat tend school on :Monday. I j do hope that you will plan

School Closing: is Miss Melba Greene. Mrs.. L. C. Oliver spent last 1 here at his home. The seniors enjoying their class Gold Bead Branch Sunday fora i Jimmy Higdon is the Vale- I to attend.

These services will start promptly -I Thursday night in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. 'D. J. Parrish and I trip ''to New Orleans last week-! picnic outing.Mr. .

Sees Many Activities at 8 p. m. Following is a list of ;with her daughter, Mrs. Lucille family enjoyed a pleasant "e end'' .were Misses Shirley Wilkinson -' and Mrs. J. D.: Bell and I

Now that the school year is at the graduates: Wilbur Bell. How- Moore and family >-i j!end at Daytona Beach and. k-I and Carolyn Smith, and Wilbur family visited in Orange Park

end, there have been many activities ard Burkhart, Dalery Burnsed, Theo Taylor attended tfie led Beach "and also Y1slted with Bell Howard Durrance. Jim Saturday with Mr. Bell's pare:.s, i NOW! Buy a High Dry LotCORLLOTTA

class trips to the zoo, lakes, !Jimmy Coleman. Richard Crews, State Lion's Club 36th Annual I Mr. and'Mrs.. Bob Nolan and son, my Higdorr and .Alvin Padgett. ,

and St. Augustine. On Friday Howard Durrance, Elizie Ethridge, Convention held last week at the I Robert, whileawayr Mrs. Florence Parrish and John I .

. night May 20, the JuniorSeniorProm Wade Greene, Jimmy Higdon new Deauville Hotel in Miami Mr..and Mrs. Robert Bales and Mosley spent several days last IN

was held in the gymnasium William Lloyd. Joe Nolan, Alvin Beach. He represented the Baldwin family arrived Sunday from Venezuela week building on a new cottage eJGAAr ,

using the theme of a Spring Fes- Padgett, Ray Raulerson. Edgar Lion's Club there. They were I and are'staying here with down at Lake Lochloosa. ) I '

tival. The Juniors spent much Williams Becky Brannon Joy there for four days. It was the i: Mr. and Mrs. John: .North and The.Maxville PTA recently held

time, and effort preparing the Busbee Violet Burnsed. Melba largest state convention which !:family white visiting with Mr.drle's their last 'meeting"of this' term.

''decorations which included pink Greene Barbara Jacobs, Roma has ever been held. There were '' brother, Bob. Elected to serve 'as" officers for "III'MI j ,

rose, buds, white, picket fences Lomax. Pam Lucas, Janet Jones, some very Interesting events and I''I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson the next term are:;Gazelle Sweat .Wk l Arab .

full of roses, and wishing well. Mary Jane McCraw. Mary Jane Mr. Taylor 'says:, that he has; and family'ofT' Jacksonville have president: Bertha Harris, vice VBO.TTIXMTICONTIOl| | FOR AS

,Music was provided by the Sky- Policy. Lexie Redfern, Mary Harris -,learned quite a bit 'to report to been visiting here with Mr. and president: Mrs. C. M. Corum. secretary SAYS 3100 w Bor* w No $$115'
larks. Afterwards the- young people Robinson Shirley Sigmund his club at their next meeting. :Mrs. Drew-Wllkinagn. We see that ; Ida Lee Griff, treasurer: 41AOrrm to. .N'DlMiOflo,!anb. rnftuiZan, provq. 50 x 105 FT. LOW

traveled to nearby cities, Carolyn Smith Shirley Wilker- Mra. Bud Welch is a patient in Mr. 'and Mr: Wilkinson are making and Lucille Bell devotional leaden "r-Iwntwr Y*'". Tbosttlsdt past it LOT AS

lakes, and beaches to climax their son Marcia Williams. the St. Vincent's Hospital this sn..addition to their home. .

evening of festivity, Monday night May 23, the week undergoing observation and Mrs. Dorothy Waters returned Mr. and Mrs. Odell Williamsand Starke Builders Supply I (minimum of 2 lots to owner)" >

* Baccalaureate services will beheld Baldwin Lion's Auxiliary motoredto tests.Mrs. last Wednesday from the Duval children are spending a leave 219 E. Washingt.onStarke ,
. Atlantic Beach where they Ella' I Ellison Medical Center"where she had i at the home of their Fin
; at 2 p, m. Sunday, June 5, spent last relatives in
in the high school gym with Rev. dined at the Chateau and then Thursday in Orange Park with been a patient for, several. days, Tennessee.Mr. .. .., 4 Located in Corporate Limits of Brooker

:a F. Higdon delivering the ser- drove along the beach. Everyonehad her sister:, Mrs. W. P. Almond, suffering from high blood pres'sure. and Mrs. Tommy Baker of -, t I

mono The music will be under a very nice time. l and family. Mr. and'Mrs. Bill Robinson Jacksonville visited here Monday I 25 Minutes to Gainesville :

"the direction of Phil Koonce, mu- The Baldwin 4-H Club mem- I We wish to extend our sympa and daughter Marcia.'of Live 'afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie I r WILLIAMSJEWELRY.

gic director of Baldwin School, bers will leave Monday. June 6, thy to Mrs.. John Goolsby over Oak are staying liere"with Mrs. Sweat and family. I 20 Minutes to Sperry.Rand

and will include the prelude' by for Cherry Lake, the 4-H' camp,I the loss of her sister,.Mrs. Lottie Waters while she is ill. Cottage Prayer Meetings were

. site, where they will stay for a Holmes in Jacksonville last week We are very sorry that Mrs I held Monday nighth at the home 20 Minutes to Starke

- couple of weeks. Services were held at. the' Ever Dewey McPherson has been .ill of Mr., and Mrs," Winfred Harris I ,

..cesslonal by the school band: and Mrs. D. D. Brinson Sr. is visit- green' Cemetery' last Wednesday.We again and wish her a speedy. 're.- i and on ,Tuesday night at the WATCHES DIAMONDS I Good Highways in All Directions

'a group of Negro spirituals by the ing with her sister, Mrs. H. 1... ,also extend our deepest covery. ,home. of Mr. and Mrs: J. D. Bell. REPAIRS

:high school choir. Rev. Billy Patterson !Whisehunt in S. C. this week. sympathy to the family of Gran- Little Earl Cannon, who has! Rev. Sorrows of Georgia has I ACREAGE ,ALSO AVAILABLE

will give the opening invocation Mrs. W. D. Brinson. Jr. an- nie Allen who passed away last All Work GuaranteedA. i .

* Rev. J. T. Harper the nounces the arrival of a baby week. She. lived here with her NOTICE '_' C. Williams SEE OR WRITE H. R. CORL
Rev. J. N. daughter bOrn on Wednesday, daughterMrs.. Branch. Services Notice is hereby given that the following described"lands will be. sold
reading and
scripture Hospital, at public auction at 12:00 o'clock fOQn.ca the.3rd.-day.of.June A. D.. 142 W. CaD St.
;jBennion will pronounce the bene- May 28, in St. Vincent's were held in 'West Rorida. 1960 at the City Hall. City. of Starke, P4 uuty. of Bradford. State of
. Mrs. Jerry Casey returned Florida to pay the amount due for taxes Herein set opposite to the Stark, Fla. Rt. 1, Brooker Ph. Brooker 2365
--- =; same, together with all I
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costs of
".'t :" home Sunday from the Baptist such sale and adverfalng.' I

e Hospital where she has been a 'Let I, E, of Blk 2 In
, patient.Mr. Sunny Acres S/D Nathaniel\Crummel, 5.U -------
Lot 9 of Blk 2 in
and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and I Sunny Acres SID| Alberta Tyson 1.77
, I ISKATATHONr sons had as their guests last Lot 10 of Blk 2 in '
Sunny Acres SID| 't. Fannie Crnmmel {.14
weekend Mrs. W. A. Cannon and
te Lot 7, 8,9&10 of'. Portable
Miss Sandra Holliman of Palatka. Plk 3 in Sunny I TypewriterPRICES

4 Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Neal Acres S/D ""_. _, >.. 'Alfred Barnes. 4.EI
June *
I Saturday, SW'4 of Blk 63 oLRS _. ,
spent last weekend in Sarasota '
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'Temp S/D 21 6 II5r.;:, ( -Alf''Marizle
STARKE with,their son-in-law and daugh- .. ;. .. ;: ... .,)...'B arne. 3.05
AT ter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor Beg at SW Cor, of NE 1.- : : .'., t" '"
>,4 of SW 1,4 run N : .t!;'. ':' "
and son Scotty. 305 ft. SELY. 423.3 ; .. "
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I ROLLER RINK Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Holliman of ft. S 179 ft. W, 34J ..f '.;: >.: .' SLASHED '
.ft to POP Ex l,Lot ,,; I',;:; ;'... ,
Palatka were supper guests of Mr. In NW Cor 75 ft N ; ) i
t Skate from 2:00 P.M. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons by 100> ft EW; 21 "0'-'32.:" Leatha Shingles Pat- 4-

f 10:30 last Saturday night. .-- .. :,.' Jr', .. tenon. ,",.;:... 8.64
Till '
i Lot In SW Cor of l -:-'.' ." .
F Bobby Nolan fell on a glass BbS of R3W. Jn .._ r':. ..::' :
bottle last week at school and cut Temples SID being .; "j." \ ., '" I JUST IN TIME FOR GRADUATION

8% brs. 75c his hand. It required four stitches appro by 132' 100'N&S; E&W? 21 .. C.'U. {, .f>."4' James A. Griffis 5.E9

but it getting along nicely.E. '. r- :: ,. : .
Blk l'S of R 1 W J ,., .
Miller of N. -
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Waynesville Ex Lot In.NE Cor ,'. t,' ,
Includes Skates C. stopped by Tuesday eveningfor 110 Ft -E'&: W'X ; .., .. ::, '
Thursday Night visit with and Mrs. C. 150 ft N &S &; EV4 ;, ." :
Listen to our a Mr. of Blk 1, S of .I ,
Radio' Program, WRGR B. Nolan and sons, ei route to.Miami R 2 W Blk '. '"' ..A .
P 2KAiq "
: of R'1 Ex 4' ,
Fair GroundsRADIO -" '.
Located Legion : SB Cot In Tern- i.i? : .:; : .. BIG ,
intermediate .
Class the .
The of.
1 pies SD'| also 'Ex .-; 'l .,:; ;4'
Methodist Church'Is holding. a 1'arcel sold' peso:. .. : r >.;, '.( .: _
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'- and old' .
'4'. .. .'- newspaper magazine Par Sold ,DB 85- ; I .. '.' ,
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: Anyone has any 34J .- : .i'- 21, .< i3. : .f,El Rancho Motel 394.S3
papers, please call..the parsongeand Lot 1 thru lot Blk .' '; t : .' '" : .'
10 In N Reno 'S/D ?%-1fL a. "'': : :Le.lye Best lace
they will, send' someone, to c '. ,._' 1\ 1 6.14
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DISPATCHED pick them up. Lf, Lot 3 of .Blk 14'41n'North .- "".' _'--v, -
Vacation Bible Schools' will be Reno S/D. Annie Mae Free-' f
1 ley Et Al 3.05
held next'week at the '
SERVICI Orange Lot 3 of Elk.20 in' N ..
,Street Baptist Church and the Reno SD; Sally.. P. 'WilliamsWillie L'l1'
On Friday Lots.6, 7 of Blk 20 .
First. Baptist Church. '
in N Reno SID| Mae Powell 2.55
afternoon after'school the Lots 1 & 2 of Blk 22 ,.* *. Former List .
Orange Street Church will hold in N Reno SD; I MaNe'' Newman 2.55

Lot.8 of. Blk 1 .Jn Ga- _>* .
,r r their parade and on Saturday ._ ; ;" ;' ;- Price i
hagan S/D Ex R/W J-4. ". --Aaron' Holley" 1.77 I
morning the First 'Baptist will of Blk in ...
Lot 10 3 Ga- > :' ;if'1 -
hold theirs. hagan SID| | v" ..Willie,, Green. 1.93 New!
$129.48 .
Parcel Dese. 'in DB1. --' ';'1"1: "
S8-441 .. U. i:*:!::2.., ..v '..Johnny Lane 1.55
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,.. Parcel Desc. in DB 8-3- -)+'' .. .
SALES vvvyvvvvv n1PvvyvvvvvIVIAXYILLE 413 ,23" 83 : / "Walter. 'West 1.85
Lot 13 of Elk' 1 in .tr-1" STERLING
Xat .Williams SID -;; ._4 L Unknown 2.95 .
SERVICE Lit 2 of Blk-2 of ;> ,
Nat Williams SID '.. '*,. .Irene Richardson 4.09 NOW Urn's prtaU. Ifeafi GOT 171 Big effles typewrite <...
\c21 LOiS 7 &10 of Elk ad'. turn at LOW COST. tuba for stadmis., Meib fegravs.Grades .
By Mrs C. B.. Nolan 2 Nat Williams S/D ."Delia-Kelly 7.1S '
"l rit* u. Smhh Coiwia StwKof""' n typtwrltw'i rjry**'
Reii CTOR 1ttclil..1 .. 1 Lor 8 of Elk 1 in Nat -" :''.- ..rit>f-s>tafqiit. J to take the....wllk.ut.f.. ".....
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.A. lAAAAAAAAAAAARevival Ruth Mae'
t Williams SIP ',; i :. ., Pensalall 2.5J I' ., > '
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Lot 17 of Blk= 2-Nat .- ,,' f..ta. t I .,. *
STEREO a RADIO WO odland SERVICE ON At Baptist' Church Williams SD| '. ; ';. John. H. Land d 2.55 ,"
fc Lot 20 of' Elk 2 In } -. ,-
A.Revival will begin at Manville .r. ,
J1LES 4 kEFAIaS ALL MAKES Nat st 1Iorace'Dean "' 8.73 .
4-69O1 .Williams ; -. .r. ;; ,
Baptist Church Sunday June .. .,,
on ( :. ,
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5, with Rev.Sam Watson of Way- % as Desc.in Deed.. ? .
RADIO cross Ga. conducting the services. Bk 70 Pg 301 Ex I *-.,-.t' ,.. ':.> ;'. ", .. Plus
SHEPHERD RlW in Nat Williams -. ..._ : "Only 94 50 Tax :
Rev. .
Cutshaw who
&TV of Tennessee, S/D ;. 22 6 '' n:.. John &tAnnies.Wimaras. '

__INMAN' JLJSRE: o"rmt __. _!11 E. will be unable to be here Cora at .NW.'Cot 'of' ; .'... j'. I

because his wife has suffered 'a SWH:; of SW% &. i' .,; ,.: _, :_';: :... i
stroke and he is unable to leave run S210ft.E100 -'* ''' ,
ft for a POB, run S, -
her.. We hope that everyone will 100 ft, E %59. N lOa. -" JUST TILL GRADUATIONThe
1 plan to attend the services which ft, W .259 ftto" "
POE' 22 6 ,22 .Unnle Tyson. Et Al S.14
will be held nightly until further 'k "
Com at NW"-Cor-.of :*- ?i :
notice. SW>,4 of'SW -*. : ..rI ,i Full size
5.1 Portable with office-size features
'i'tt big typewriter -
run E 610 ft.. 0 .',.,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls '
for POB, run W / 1. ..
and family of Laurel Bay S- C. 50 ft. S 100 ft, E .,..;.; ..:"C-, -.. standard keyboard Page Gauge -- Touch Selector -- TabulatorXTllhi1I
o 50 ft, N 100 ft to t .a ; :' % i '
last weekend with Mrs.
/ [tii spent roB .22 6 "22 :>, -. : H. L. .Hartley '. 4.27E
Schmehls' parents, .Mr. and Mrs. SA'of S44. oLfSE ..- ....... t i-'; ''' ,,::, : ,-. r Jt
Buford Higginbotham. We regret rt SWU of SWU 22 ,0 .' M'h'f-f.!: .,d"A,' Crum8.32
Lot 5 of wit 2 in } .
that Mrs. Schmehl had sprainedher :f .: '
.Bradford hats S/D !' ; Jacqueline A. Moore '4.09
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foot severely and is having to Lot 1 & 2 of Pile 7 !
i wear a cast. Surely do wish her a in L T &: COS SiD ..i i :''" .1: '
Ex RIW| v. .'. '.,J.:.% Mack Lane ,. 114
speedy recovery E :3$ It of .Lot 3 of : ':
( / Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- Blk IS in I* T & .- .J;
COS SD: .' ... f.-. Enoch TySOQ' 12.32
botham land Mrs. Merle English .
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Li. Lots 2 of Blk 48 in L. : : .i : .
., .. and daughter, Patty, and Mr. and T &: COS S/D : ". '. : '-.: Sallie &Joe ,WH- .
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Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham and
,, Lots 6, 78.. & S Of '* -
daughter Jeanna of Lawtey
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a F8A a tyb spent last weekend in Laurel Bay, COS Add ..., "'.'!Denver'" R.' Derrick. 94.20 Clipper 84.5,0,

S. C. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lou f, 5 of Blk 18. .e. .. '_....... I'Joseph New
In'LTACOSAdd : : 'W. .Prevatt 2U8
"Divorce nothing! Since her husband had asbestos .
Schmehls and family.Mr. t'lk 4 in Temples Add ,'.. '... .. .
siding from Starke Builders Supply. put on their house and Mrs. Robert Schmehlsof Ex Lots 1,2' &: 3.of ; .: .
Blk 4 .tNH Eunice Annis '.21 SAME FULL SIZE PORTABLE '
they're like newlyweds. Jacksonville visited here Sat Of Lot f & AH ,. : : n BUT WITHOUT TABULATOR Plus Tar
urday*with Mr. and Mrs. Buford Lot 5 S% of Lot '. : 'J
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Higginbotham and family. 19 In Temples! .Add '. ; 8 E. McRae0.$4
Mrs. Geneva Smith and daugh- "' y,?. .. ,
Lots 2. 3. 4 of Blk 32
NO MONEY 'DOWN ters and Mrs. Lizzie Dupree en- In J. 11 Johns Add f., Joseph. H. Cumber.
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Peg' at NE 0..,- of SE.. .., .
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your favorite ESTEKUBOOSToonUJa ; N SO'.- It to,FOB' 2J S ...n, .:.LeJ.BueJde1.14.. \

Add Rooms Carport Pen. TELEGRAPH. .Lot 1 'thro gh'.66 'In-:: ;. .-.,.-- ftOf TO THRill THAT GRADUATE

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Bath Room conveyed to city ',. '. ..Joseph.D. Warren. 100."
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TUBES) Lot 4 of of NEU. Blk' Ex S.1a RIW| S3,' :I<. '*22 ...'. : .: p.-r.' ; ..,.Hartley' -- 'US Other Portables As Low As 78.49 plus tax

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ESTHER W S Com 220 ft S from K 4 !L' '?? ;.- .
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. Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. WNE6-38 210 tt IT 4Z1" ft to _< .- .
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I I Mrs.:. Glym' Rothhammer.:
I ICleanup' land I
Mayor KEYSTONE MELROSE and family. ,
: The Melrose High School 4-H
Club held a party Saturday at
5.121 By Mary K. Schaeffer By Joyce Rothbammer ,
June the' Melfose public beach, fromf4:30
..uAau.ua..aa.at.ue : p. m.until 8:00: p. m. 4-H

.. Smoky Bear Reading Club ,ject last summer, and it is Miss' Ruth Bigelow left last members and guests swam. and

Mayor M. L. Beasley has pro- A reading club ,program for i ed that many more will week to spend the ,summer In had refreshments.
claimed June 5-12 as dfan-up: children, the Smoky Bear Read!pate in our program this fire Island, N. Y. Friday afternoon the M. Y. P.
ing Club, will be starting at the Movies or a story hour of the Melrose Methodist ChurchMrs.
Weei for the town of Keystone | ; E. J. Hogan and children
Monday ,held I held a:party at the Melrose Pub-
Hei hts. Keytone Heights Library.on every Wednesday from the Methodist Youth Camp
The proclamation is in line June 13, at 9:30: a. m., according from'q:36 to 10:30 at the in Leesburg the weekend lie Beach from 4:30: until 8.
i I Members of the M. Y.. F. who attended -
to Mrs. Carl A. Wistrup,:for members of the
with the Town Council's plan to l with Mrs, Hogan's parents, Rev.
develop the natural beauty of the librarian. The club is a summer I Club beginning June 13. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler. ; included Glenda Nobles
Baldwin, JoAnn
Keystone Heights and enforce the entertainment project with a Summer Recreation : I Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka Gayle Cross, Sara Wilma and-
sanitation ordinances along lines natural resources conservation:' The Summer Recreation j I Eichelsderfer.
J spent a day last week with her
agreed at the April council meet- theme although reading is not j will meet this evening ( I parents, Mr and Mrs. Robert Carol Gardner, Bob and; John
restricted to that one!! field but for their regular weekly ; c 1 I Cason. Scully, Frank Strickland, Robert
Ing.As interest., i Questionnaires GainproprietOrs of the; White'Feather
requested by that body, covers many fields of were Miss Ella Jane Wesley of on P 16))
i the school children ; (,p> age
Councilman Bill Beam, chairman A handsome certificate is a- : on 'esville spent the week with her
of the Public Safety and Sanita- I warded those young people who Children desiring to : i
read the required'pumber of are requested to have '
tion Committee, has discussed i
this enforcement plan with mem- Ji books. Mrs. Wistrup 'says that ents fill out these forms j Year 'Round Air ConditioningHEATING
bers of the Chamber of Commerceat any child may join the Smoky return them to Mr. Cherry : I ]
their May meeting.The cham- Bear Club by coming to the libr- the end of the school i, '
ber indicated its approval and i ary and signing up. Applications|this way, the Recreation ;, ; AND COOLING' BY DUO THERM
support of this action to Improvethe will be available from June 6 un-'!will know for how many ;
( til the club on June 13. and what activities to 'I
general neatness of their es opens I ; FOR ASLITTLE $
tablishments. Children may choose from a The recreation AS 5 00.PER
'This effort toward civic im- I'wide range of subjects in reading'ffor II j Monday, June 13 Details a
provement and beautification had I I their certificates, as there are tivities and the time they I ; -
its origin some time ago in the I burning and disposal of trash in'''many interesting books available i)offered will appear in this I I ; REDFEARH KEYSTONE ;HTS.
the business 'within next two I CALL
study and recommendations made and residential areas. for them. j the ; 4252 ,
by Keystone Heights Citizens Another major item will .be removal -I More than 2.200 children in I A Regrettable Situation I _
Committee on Civic Improve- of scrub oaks from G. S. Florida took advantage of this I Mr and Mrs. Edward I FOR FURTHER DETAILS -
& F. railroad right-of-way entertaining and educational pro- (Continued on Page )
ments. James L. Hetherington, presented
After the Clean-up Week vio- through the .city. "This should do I __ ors ___ __'.,- _. __.'n v-__ _. J
lators of sanitation ordinances I much toward improving the tra _
de:veler's view of,Keystone Heights," I
will be issued warnings, i it was

clared.Particular emphasis will be\Councilman The cooperation Beam said.of all townspeople I

placed No.on 44 enforcement dealing with of ordinance they -j' success.is asked to insure the'drive's r .rr I Iou :nl at REDFEARV'SYOUR :

Cadet Edelstein I

Will Graduate '

From 'Vest PointCadet Bookshelf Door Storage> i CHOICE :: ,

y ,. j of ,Mrs. B. C. Christoffers Jr. of Fast Freeze Shelves .
Keystone Heights, will graduateon
o J June 8 from the U. S. Military 00.95" '
n M Academy at West Point, N. Y. ;-
Cadet: Edelstein will be com- |Fully Guaranteed Quality :rr I n .: NO TRADE. NEEDED' ....

missioned a second lieutenant In t $10 Down-$2 Week "

? ? r the Infantry, and will receive a :I Never before a sale like, this! Now You' can own your .

bachelor of science degree. At 4 Full Range Cold Control choice of either the Wiiard 14' Upright or 15' Chest Fretzer -: ;
West Point he was,on the staff of '
er for the low, low price of only 199.95 with terms tailored !
the academy's radio station -
= =4 to fit budget! Both have'the: dependable,Wizard ;
tJ; and was a member of the t ti i : any, : same
cadet chapel choir. FREE $200 Food Protection Policy I" =T quality and features Space-saving modern "Square-Flair" I

Appointed to the academy by 'I r. I a design, sweatproofYonderwalP. tonstructionj.. .. fuJJ:range 'i
Rep. D. R. [Billy Matthews Ca- > Avg ICI / .-. temperature control Famous Tecumseh "Thrif .Temp" I

det Edelstein was cadet sergeant -- k sealed system guaranteed five years. Jock, and 2 keysi;:automatic -
.during his*'senior,:.year. He was a interior light.
i 1 "' 1955 graduate of Gainesville High
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YOUR LISTINGS INVITED SALE OR RENTAL "Super Market" at a Thrifty Price for largest I

Phone GR 5-2981 or 5-5172 families. ORDER TODAY for Special Sale
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y matic-defrosting refrigerator-freezer.! There's a place for everything., :+, r ', 9

'Salad' In., the twin slide-out crispers; main course in the covered 'i 'uB i AItiJH1Ie
JUNE 5 -12 slide-out'meat tray; plus covered dairy compartment, twin. remov'i."
able egg ,trays and so much more. Order your new Wizard today: J;s., :T RsfDfn rltad"
and-save during this sale! b = u.,/T; o

And Pledge Our Cooperation .Reg. $369.95. .. : s i j 1; ht=11I

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even more beautiful place in whichto .: Trade. t'' : u.t;:1"t oJfJf.," Cttr MHtI!
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% cate Bndge Club meets at the on the gifts and things in general ..1 I Fred Dodd. all of Keystone and Mark Gaboardi. Margaret : sue.1 For And ()n. BehaH Of The t t'-"n; of Putnam County. Florida 1*1 I Itn' F f"r three consecutive weeks I!' iI

KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS 1 Masonic Hall every Thursday Those who were unable rfeights, and Mrs. Van Syoc from Royster-also was given her 2nd I I. .uds Of Pub'lle instruction: Of ; .. denomination of $1,000 each.I Counties newspaper of published Leon Bradford l In each o( ..41otnam. I
Itadford County. And Putnam Coun- dated June 1 19(0, Interestfl.a
evening at 8 p. m. Interested persons attend were Krs. Herbert Nelson, i Jacksonville, attended a Women'I degree". F. H. A. for outstanding nart County. Florida Hereinafter rate orrates bearing not exceeding Florida, the flr8'U' h. ,
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are cordially invited. Mrs, E. V. Widegren, Mrs Gay j jLivir.gston I Retreat. at Camp, Gilead ,at Polk I I Home Economics .work. I: llort Particularly Described. Or ToE I four per centum per annum. P*?-: nation be not in leas than said eightee newsp4 0 'I'
I I |Alary Lou Is Surprised and Mis. Frank i Affected In Any Way Therety: : aplf semi--annuallv on Jane 1 and : to to the ... liere
Ilgen. :City last weekend,when.' -they enjoyed !| Linda Strickland'won the I I The State of Florida through toe Decembf-r 1 of each year and ma- days nrior; dat. '
Wednesday evening. May 25, Junior Woman's Club I i interesting 'lectures good I Homemaking award. state Attorneys of the Second Judicial turing serially in annual Install-i st-l for the hearing required, la toni lIy.1). )lifip

VVVYYYVVYyyyyyyyyyyyy'vyCon'inued I Mrs. Lew Muir was hostess at a The Executive Board of the I I food: and swip' ilng.! : The Honoiacy Science A ward I I Cirrtrit In and" fo'r Won Codntr., n.us on June r of eachtifthe; ajjtj'nianner'as 7;. Florida Statutes as _I'If ; :
i !ritJ-ida the "Seventh Judicial! ('ii-- sears !!62: to 19SI. both Inclusive
[ From Pate Thirteen] 1 bridal shower honoring Miss Mary Junior Woman's Club 4 met on I Mr. ani: Mrs. Oather Queen and !!was giy.en to Bill Pace: who also I: i-nil !in and fiPutnam County, 1more complete description of Ii .TJcrida pone And this Orderec 10th day, at of T Jf&tfJ, !,.. ;i.

1 j Lou Gal dner soon to be the bride Thursday evening, ilay.26 at the i onali ,daughiers.. CgtHy! arid Cindy ::reqnvea( an award for being Seniierjciass l': rida., and the Eighth Judicial !aid bonds being contained in the I(( SI| W. May Walker tile'I
Court have Seen receiving complaints 'ir--uit in and for Bradford County.F I pe'.tion brrein rod exhjr'U at-I of the Circuit Court ;!
of Rand Edelstein. Mary Lou was home of Mis. F.ank..HArris. This I Judg-e [J
; ;
I ol Orlando were wfekend. PresidentThe I; ivJda.; and th? Fevt-ral propertyownrr .*
from guests of the Court I \H ) .d t'i<-reto: and Second Judicial Circuit .-
who ot indeed surprised, which was. was a planning meeting to schedule ;'guests of ,MrsQ. {een:> parents, Best-AU-Around! boy and j ji ;?. taxparer, C"tilt"ns'and': It Is Farther Ordered that this 1 r in send for lieon County." '"
wish ts take advantags others having or claiming SI'; ttJ
the lovely White Feather Beachon gratifying. After the gifts had events for the summer and to' Mr. and M,>s. Edward Bleha.' .i girl'from the Senior Class were : .:::-:-L. titie i>r interest! in :property any OF,1..r be published once each week j
I been af mired. Mrs Muir, assisted organize thoughts for the regular I i Mr. and. Mrs. Kgnnsth Whitehead :: Mark 'Gaboardi and Kathy Sip- to he fff-ctcd by the issuance by I ,
Lake Keystone. It seems that f iby her daughter, Margaret, served meetings which will resume in the I I of 'Miami i Wire'f ekmd i I preliM's.: I II 'ne State Board'Vf Rditcation of : -
beach Florida, a btxly corporate of the
outsider are using the Pti
i delicious punch, and cakes. fall.The -uests at White Feather Rheua Stakely presented *!'i1 of Florida uit .without invitation, and to make j Guests included Mrs. Sam I next scheduled fund-rais. fter a tour to New court'l I members of the Glee Club pins. i. and IS of Article Xlfof the Con- ''
matters worse, they employ the I II sHiiMion of Flori.la of US.OM StateS'lwl "I KM. ) :
Gardner j mother of the bride: ing event will be a. Bake Sale or. Whitehead is.Mrs.. Edward Typing awards went to 'Maida fonda tH-ri3'. Pj: hereinafterr.irc Open ll'M AM. n'dI;
most City
objectionable language. : Mrs. Bert Christoffers Jr., moth- July 2. All particutarty d*st'rn..d toaffpttd Wednesday ltd S Iii.
Saturday. proceed i's brother. Griffin Alvin Lilly Doris Ford; or Every day except .... .
.Council do know anything to I I ,
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you Ihf'rpby-
do about this situation? 1 er of the groom: Mrs. Anna La- .iom this sale will be donated tote Mrs. Ella Andre, a former Key- Larry Stiawn, Bessie Rienour, : s-e herelir required any.way to appear l.e- New Location West Side Lawrence,- lil

Results :chcvltz, grandmother of thegroom J| Keystone Height School fo toner. has. been the house guest I Yypnnet! Weaver. Beth Pierce :.. ''ore,. the Circuit Court Of ton : Lunhand1Thm: 'to, ,g .40:
Duplicate { :rntv. Florida in the Second JudiCireult Box
On Thursday evening May 26 : and Mrs. Bert Christof- improvements to the football Mrs. Nell Gravson and Mrs. Carol Hurst and Sandy Ridaught :. .'i..1 I of said State at the 1 + /
.fers, Sr Mrs. Henry Hall. Mrs. I field. More details-for the SaIl ;ray on's sister, Mis. Dorothy received Shorthand: awards. f-it-.Ti }ILIb.e in T? ahasst-e. Floridi. L ) ,;;
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles held Mrs. Siitton.iMis. ,. c.n the Tfh Jav "if June I9CO.d : ; I
Ecerett Fcx. Harold will be announced later. llierm 1. for two weeks: Mrs. Awards for outstanding F. F. A. ,
high of t 10 o'cl ick: a. and show -
scores after an evening i n. cau* :
: George Schaeffer Mrs. Jim The Juniors also recently donated !\n5r is planning to settle downin members went to Alvin Lilly v h)' the prayer of th.. petition -- .-. S

play at the Duplicate Bridge I Helhepngton.; Mrs. Bill Beau.. : the sum o( $100 to the Keystone! Heights gain, and Mark Gaboardi and Donald Wi-:. ")1-d ln'tl Mhi.v.> nrecr: >ding slmuld MECHANICSNew' -- T .tC1G.OWNEI
Club. Ml!. Ann Bissell! and Mrs. n.-.t be granted and the {"25.0111,1I ;
Bessie Burns second high I Mrs. Charlie: UsQlav>. !Mrs. Dick Summer Recreation Program.' her numerous friends are happy !!Jianisl: ;I. .'LtiI.el.-.uI l Bunds. Series R, thereIn -,: Sthire
were ; .
..1 jSunderland t Mrs. Wilbur McDan- Gui Scout News about her decision. On Tuesday The American Legion Awards i ("ererbd: arii the urotecdlngsourefofure Crank Shaft Grinding
Mrs. Helen Phelcs and her mother
; let, Mrs. Ed Conncen, Mrs. Frank Girl Scout Troops 229 and 190 of this weel Mis. Andre moved for-cighth grade students who are thf-rpftf-authorizing,' validated anti the h isMir.ce Offer -
Mrs. Alice Ketchum, were Introductory
j Harris and Johnny Muir son of had a joint meeting at Gold Head i into the White Feather Court outstanding itt leadership scholarship -I fir!]'pd, aaiij State School Bonds: Spfecial
third. ', who provided the comic State Park : home to her .-u.ttng of II he following issuts COLLECT: For ,Information:
The Keysfone Heights Dupli t hostess Branch on 'Saturday, where she will be at citizenship and character i of ondlra.fioq,,: Telephone! Us

relief with a running oommentary May '28. The girl hiked, played! friends. 4 we've presented to Ellen Scott and i :. State' School Blind!!. S..rB -, T et VAJIey 9-2376
.-- ... { their l lunch !jo.. 10 be issued for and dn
--- ---- -- games, cooked and Mrs; Lena Clemens and:! her jnd Marc Lawrence. I $
In!l' lit the Bosril of Public
';'after lunch eight Brownies were sons George and John, attendedthe And', last but not least, two perfect tot! of Bradford County, }' bl'-I WORKS

McKAY AT KEYSTONE invested In Troop 190, and received Ordination of. Rev. C. Robert teacher attendance awards 1 'n the dennnrlnation i.f $1,000 PERRY BROS. MCPIRE
dated March 1. ISiifl. bearing interff.
their fly-up wings. The Kincaid at St. Paul's Church in Baldwin and ,
given to
were I i t\ at a rate or rates not exceeding S'' Augustine= Fla.
girls in Troop 190 held a court of Jacksonville on Sunday. After the Mrs. Annie Sikes for having not :")ill' jert'ntuni per annum pay- -U Sr; Whitney st. --

LAKE GENEVA-Tip top vacation retreat year-round home awards at which time many girls ceremony, they visited Mr. and missed a school day this year. I,I nbe::. semi-anuuaily on March 1 andtember HOUR SERVICEOne -
(masonry) ;' 100 ft lot, nice lawn,' good Uimle Long &(out Jock. 'received badges. Mrs. E. John Nelson and family. Field 'DayField : --; serially 1 f.f each in annual year and install maturing 24 ;

Carport. 9995. Terras. *f.."... The Brownies held their last Mrs. Nelson is Mrs. Clemen's sis day was held last. week I' rear nu-ais" 1S6J on! Mark to 1981 1, both lot each inclusive.of the I I .. T'

... meeting: of the year at the homeof ter. They also visited with Sam for members of the elementary *.Vi0.ti6u State :School' Bonds.
TWO BEDROOM study (or extra bedfoora), livlng ron\. fjreplacei their leader. Mrs. Joe Daurer. Holland a Keytonor who is critically raes. Students participated in I '(.; t, to be Issued for and on sl'r-1 -- -- --. -, ''
talf of the Board of Public P f ICES
dining room, kitchen, 2 baths. Excellent toufctructtoii, The gills, enjoyed" swimming, ill at the home of his.. sons the broad jump jump rope, dash. I .\ j'oi
\7ateE-gam s.SniS.fCSh.tnents. Holland in Jacksonville. Mr.ttalland I 1 ..
Kay softball throw.
well kept pretty view, corner lot. 1 ml. from rost office, Keystone .0... and

,Heights. "A better type home. $17,509. CmJRCIl.Evs Community Cburch-; to h1SIIlny.'trendS wished to be in remembered-Keystone- event Barber was under an!the Mrs direction Mullins ofDave ,I 1- Quart r R r fnth Ewh

The ?wIen' Club of the "com- HMhti. -- P
Bi ea.snd their assistants! Car- RE Ifi L buy.
1,500 FEET on. clear water I lake! for development: or invest munity Church has elected officers Mrs. W. D- Apdrewson aifa : or '

ment. 96,250; down. Mortgage arranged for remainder of : for the coming' year. W. L. 'children, Lance and Kathy,,,.jir- ol Ifothfcitajuek Rosie-..." Kramer, : T- tEl
: Reynolds will be the new president rived Saturday 'for a visit with ? URegar Margs iade. and Gal
$6,25O. at $2 cjt.-$5.93
t ; Don E. Pangborn, vice Mrs. .Andrew-sou's parents. Mr. Marguerita Float. ,. _/' ...., Prices. Start .

: president; Hairy Clements, secre Mrs. John Bird. Mrs. An.drewofl '- '
LOTS land '' 1;' PAINT STORE
I tary; and Walter M. Muhlhofer, is thV rorm r. Margaret Faith PrebyteLInChurch. ;.:... 1 d, H \ MARY CARTER

U'fasw'ef.The Bird. In August. Lt. Cql.Andrew- '( Melrose ",,t' Gainesville, Fla. FU 67588AQfJl

E. fiFKflY' REALTORPhone Cottage Bible Hour will be son will jQIn ,his fathl1jith.Xake Sunday services-Church School 501 N.W. 8th/u. .

held at the Manse, Wednesday,,I them- to his hew. aSSignme .,. 9-45 ajn. Morning Worship 11 TIcr--- uI
.. James R. Neale Jr.,
Rev. pas
mat- too.
Keystone Heights 3071 or 23)1: June., at 7:30: p. m. Subject tor.'""' _____ _
[ter will deal with the Second cHTmriKEYSTONE __ .1
Senior Member of Residential Appraisers'on't Chapter of the Philippi 'ns.I COMMUNITY.. ; '
I The Trustees will meet on Mon __ TKIN1TY EPI\.OPAI.
k day. June 6. a 7:20 in the edu-- Dr. Albert C. Holt. M*merMrs. I /

Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney cational buUdlnj. J. L. Hetherlngton, Sundays 10 a. m., Church. TIRES

Daily Vacation Bible School and Choir Director Sch Ol. 11:15 a.m.. Morning Prayei J All Shapes
and will start on Monday. June 6. at Organist MornIng and Sermon (First Sunday, From 7.Ox2I( Thru All -- _
TONEY HOMES' $1495 School !
Sunday :
1 p. m. in the education building. [ Worship 11:00: a.in.FIIRST Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopa 10.00 x 20' nd Sizes _

up Registration should be prior to I ) Young Churchmen. STOP TAKINGCHANCES \ .
AS $37.50 I Classes will be held Days 10 a. m., Hol)
t tI
from 1 p. m. to 3:30: on Monday, Communion.The ti
and the remaining days, Tuesday Rev. tt i
I through Friday, from 9 a. m. till J.Smith, pastor Ralph Vicar. 1
11:30.: At 730; Fiiday evening Copeland. Minister of Music and 1I I Let Us Re-Cap Your

there will bea. program to conclude .
'hurch organist.Services Tires For Economy And
the 'school, at which time SchooL 9:45: : CYPRESS II

_ }FU I I each group will present a brief L m.( Morning: Sunday Worship, 11 a. m' .l" Safety!

: review of the work carried on Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening GARDENS$ I Dealer For
i through the week, and the publicis I ,
T services IS p. in'Make I. 1 PHONE TODAY: 12 x 27 Size
invited to attend. ; church worship a family ..!sid'"'IfIttIL 'L. NEW '

__ \ St.On Anne's Sun ayuJuae..5.Episcopal? HolL-COm'! ;* I I .ffair .. :!.,IN.1 th p.US.. ,. I DUNLOP/ Keystone Heights 4305 No Money Down

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munion will b$ at .9:;10 ft.'mTTiIsbegins ST. .\ 'El>>tR'OPALoo ,, .. Yrs.To
To 5 Pay
Travel Collect Calls Accepted) Up ,
No Money Down -- No Charge For I the &unnaer prOgram dur-I CHURjCIL: KEYSTONE BRIGHTEN: UP! 1 S r R K. ( I -

f SrrrpsSsSSfl I II '_ '1"1 41'na-tn .!| ing which children over 4lz years I Sundays _'9:30: a.. m., Church Painting and DecoratingAt

JIM TONEY BD1IJEKS i; will attend services ip the churuntil' <:r.., School. 9:30 ajn.. Morning Prayer LOWEST PRICES < I I TRIEST GOfiSTRyCTiON GO.P.

P.O. BOX S68 the singing of the sermon I ind Sermon ((1st Sunday Holy R E-C A P O. i .

w.u.Do, FLA.Plea ,,... '.. hymn. They will then go to the Communion) 6 p.m., Episcop! CallDAWKINS I I I '

!** have! saleMimn call on :'.".- Parish hous to watch movies of Young cnurcnmen.HoV : The Painter Temple ,Ayf. I 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights, Fla.

Biile stories. The first one will I Phone WO 4221> -
ah\e----________ -- __-____--------- be Jonah and the whale. There I Communion.Pays -- 7:30 a.nx. Holy 414 E. South St. I I .

Addr.-s"----------, I.: will be one adult the and story.two Children teen- Third Wednesday Pariah I _- : :L _. #''. ---.r.c .
a ers to tell overed Dish Supper 6 or 6:30, 'T. 'f'- ?"wd :

_1 Approximate Location ---------.----------- under- 4M: will go to the Parish I"'JI" ,IJ.1,. & h''dA'.JIII1" . I, 'rAt 'Y ..-t <_

house Nursery School at 9:30.: xm.The I A
Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle '
---------.......--------. -- --'- ---- The E. Y. C. will'meet at the Vicar.St. a' A./Gjj' 't{ "

I I understand I am under no obligation. I will be homeon Paul's home at Hilkrest on Sun- : '
__________-----------, -.----------lit------M. day afternoon. W tlUam'. Catholic Chapel 1
flWrSneCnatSSVSSSSSSI'LIflIIIING Choir Practice will be held at t
ps-tsr r sr rrr sSSSS Keystone
7:30 p. m. on Thursdays. tI L
WIRING AND INSIDE FINISHED Come Down to the Nearly-New dQ.&Y Mass at 8:30: a. m. .

1\IATERIAIl'.CJ\N BE ADDED! AT SMALL and see the bargains on the 5c Holyday Mass at 7:00: 'a. m. I v, 4.F

ADDITIONAL CHARCfE I table! Tuesday Ma&s. *i 8:00 a. m. -

If You Don't See Us!' First We Roth Jo Money! !I What's With The Hob-Nobbers Confessions before all Masses. v- e _' _' \' \ :-
3aptlsms, marriages and totructiona 7
Miss Jane Reynolds, Miss RebaThompSOn -

_ JIM TONEY BUILDERSCALL I' Miss Ann Bell' Mrs. by appointmemt. 1., ., I,

COLLECT PJIONE HO S-2781---WLDO. FLA. I. flair IRmqd I vvvyyvyyyyywyyvy'yy'MELRO ''A "" -
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METHODS md Kenneth Tomlinson, Walter _

.- and Bily Roberson. I "!' iI' ',, w
iiliibers of the future H -' e.- .
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makers of America held a picnic @ k' ? i t
DWYER ur men are fn. I '
SUMMER _' tt Anastasia .State Park and went'! About repairs I- ji :
iwlmmihg at -Augustihe Beach
ELECTROLUlilis'i I They knock on door k .
Tel. FR 2-8039 Saturday. They find upstairs. 'k
"T'or itlO'l AppViihtfaent winners. !! -of .trie 'Me rose DUb U": :

Suit 204( ate Bridge last week were: 1st S.- c rZ : .
W. University Ave. You shouldn't call a plumber unt k- ,# ; ..
Mansiefa! arid _
GAINESVILLE, FLA.CHIROPRACTIC. j .vliss Sally Mrs.' < _ _ _____., -. --$. 4r44 -
ICE6 Mary: Cook: 2ijd. Miss B&sle less! you're sure he's oepndable.You'll ., ,
ON '" ri .. :
rt : :Rutherford and Mrs. Mary C. find we are dependable 4
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earsall; Srd. Mrs. W. J. Grolick as any anywhere. Ow'work in frV : : .

md \!is. Gilbert Allen. Jr. The! guaranteed to uU!>fr. Our prices -'

:, THE ICE CAPADES SCORES ANOTHER VICTORY Mad'den.lonor Soliyia .winner. ivas. Mrs. Helen are right. I -S .; : :

.. .- A recent survey of Workmens,
.. _p .. .'i' __ .. __ _ Compensation files reveals that U Melrose Day Held School

the cost of care In back injury Friday was4 Honor Day at Mel- ', ; *1+ .

OTADDIkII" TAB HUNTER ( cass treated by Cnlropraciorsj rose School as the outstanding __ __ .- -

:, : )Iltu\I\I ill? GISELE MACKENZIE j was $20.82 while the cases treated students received their award. \. --' I .

elementary" and high *SfPr/C TANK ItR V/Ct-
by other meihodsra' 31.43 perease. Many WC
OUR HOST CRAIG. 5 STEVENSSEEITTHUPSPAYNI4HT i a school students received perfect COMFORT,
.. not represented .
This only COOL
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attendance tL
and outstanding a-

,..r, -- --, .... ,'.- .- -iiIJ- !, larze- financial savlnr- to the In- wards. p : ::: .: ..' '. ....., & 1. L. 'I P' 1.t.. .
suran'rt- but the emI nome a oaveu uum summer a -
j---L mf al wuJ maKe ,
; 1 I AIr CuusuOi&ng: your
t- I Mark Gaboardi presented Me1-1 ,{1,8 MOjOU: r-tJlEr:, 'SrAid, h'
,. S I I, ploye was returned to work with rose Coach Dave Barber ,- I and humidity.lt will flood your home with Co l.liI lt re$ poDen-: !ATTIC and WIlNDOWVENTILATING'

... :: LrVlNG\ COLOR I Vi the time loss which meant a sweater behalf of the Uelrose'' FANS
NBC-TV IN l lower the humidity and
.. HJNE 2 pr\ In The Circuit C..rl Of 'Te' KrrondjH free air .. ., remove eic ss moBture, : .
saving not only to the employe* basketball team. ar* oth.r wonderful aidsto
>icial! Cirmlt. d For Li.a Locks out dust j.n3 cts and street
erasures Bras ratal iJ feat fo the "employer as welL Perhaps two of the most important to.Btr. FlorWm help prevent damage.. cool ummertim comfort -
.. >O. 17013 comfort skip pull in cooling
awards to be presentedwere a noi&ei Y 0011 relax m quiet orean-breeae '
can ,
strike .
__ I When accidents! you ORDER TO SIIOXV CE .. '1' fresh bre.*e.'In motton,"
H. 'u- 1 save both time and money by eon the to Valedictory Beth Pierce.award Valedictor.presented .-I, Florida state a Eoard body Of corporate Education under Of ..better.awake. refreshed. live in cool l comfort. through, the.. hottest a. hot rticky Indoor able

: .. tactiag your Chiropractor at once s>etion! 9 and IS of Article XII of summer days. .for years>> to come. forced out. -
ian; and the Salutatory award, li. Constitution. of the State of -
i Bring your health problems to reSented to Pat Preston Sal ta- )Florida Don't wait until your house runs a temperature. See yoqr .
tnhiidSatsBrclcei the Petitioner 1
torian. As Valedictorian Beth
.. Y* dealerFLORIDA
electrical appliance now. \
.1i\ Dr. H. G. BollingerChiropractic also received the Balfour Award,, The State of FlorMa. et al. .
: .L ".'.-..' Respondents.Tf .
: to the outstanding
:f.1 X MM Sin& presented : Th> State Of Florida And Theevci&i COinPAHY
: Citizens And Others Having Or
426 X, \\alnnt St. Pat Preston received the P. T. clAiming Any Flight Till Or In- . tieiflHS BUILD FLORIDA .tti1 .

Phone WO "- 881 Stark A. scholarship award. A $100 Urwt in The.Property ..To Be Affivwd .
scholarshio award was presentedto By The Usmnce By The IW_'_ / 'f/J' t'I."IIllrt4L111J
t or o. l state Board Of Education Of Flori- --J./ f ik)
':*8 E. Mark Gaboardi. c*%. A Pody Corporate Of The State IV U' d"'" '

I University! The Babe Ruth Awards for Of Florida Pursuant To Section 3 _.... _...-. ._'- -- --- -' "
Pbone ?860 GainefivOle and IS Of Article XH Of The ConHimtioa -
I 0 outstanding sportsmanship were Of Florida, Of '$hOO
20 Year Experience presented to MargaretRoyster State' School .Bonda, .Suiu B,- tsJ


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tTTTT YYYTYYYTTTYTTYTYYYTTYTYTTTTTYYTYYYYTYYYYYYYNEWS 'you.-P.-Marshall, reporter. l I 'who have a new YYWYYYTYYTYYTYYYYYY Alvarez, Tuesday night. Jacksonville were Sunday guests'Whitehouse visited the H. C.Ear.

Vacation From School Andrew born in a Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby were: of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and ,leys Sunday.

OF INTEREST TO COLORED Vacation days are here at last. ; recently. THERESSA visiting her parents Mr..and Mrs., Billy. Graduation exercises of LawteyJr.

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY School bells will not ring any- '', guests of Mr. and J. L. Johns, at New River Sun- Rev. L. P: Rafuse was guest High will be the event of

more for this term for more than ': [Ernie Johns were day afternoon.Mr. speaker at the Baptist Church in Thursday evening June 2

By Ozora Shell 800 pupils in our group. Parentsare Mrs 'Lois' Henson, By Ruth Griffis and Mrs. Sherman Crosbyarid tteile Sunday. Mrs. Rafuse and,

urged to note that'school has : Jacksonville. A..A..A..A..AMrs. children visited Sunday. grandson Charles Norman accompanied YTTT.TTTTTYTTTYTTTTTTTtPINE.
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officially closed and children who i Morgan,and daugh- afternoon In Alachua and Lake him.

Notary Public charge of the program. Swimming leave home early should state visited in GainevUle Delaney Dickinson and Butler.mTymmnTTTnVTVV. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Terry LEVEL
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Mable J. 'Lee has recently will be conducted at beautiful their whereabouts! to you. this week. T. W. Dickinson Futch visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

been appointed Notary Public for .Lake Whitamore Camp Blanding. CHURCH NEWS : guests of Mrs. and son. Eddie spent Sunday in Durham Saturday afternoon. Mrs.
H 3L' McRaesaaiaaaaaaaauaanaataaaa
Orlando with Mrs T. W. ,
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the State of Florida at large by Pupils that are not six or above Bethlehem Freewill Baptist were her son-in- Durham entered st. Luke's Hospital -

GOT.. Leroy Collins. If anyone 'and enrolled during. the regular Church. Rev. Lewis McKay pastor. Mr. 'and Mrs brother. Bobby Oakes. LAWTEY\ last Sunday for surgery. We

should need this type of service, I school term are not eligible to Schedule of worship activities: j i and son. Ray, and Mrs. Ada Phillips has returnedto hope that all will go well with

please contact Mrs. Lee at 921 I attend. This is not a "baby sitting Mon. 7:30: p. m. Faithful Few j granddaughter and .her home in Miami after sev- By Enia Blanchard her and that she will soon be at We had a good attendance at

N. Oak Street or phone WO 9- program." Parents that wish to Club; Tues.. 7:30'p.. nx, Choir !I and Mrs. Lamar eral weeks visit with her son and home again. i jchurch last Sunday with 181 in

2175. She has been a first grade attend with younger children are practice; Wed. 7:30 p.: m., Prayer I' daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. .aa&auauVasaua.atu.Plano Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford! Sunday School classes.The .

teacher at RJE for the past 12 cordially invited. The program meeting; Fit 7:30 p. m., Prayer\i 1 i of Mrs.Lois Cix D., Phillips. Recital and children and Mrs. Hester I men that are building the

year' and highly, qualified for will be conducted from 9 a. m. to band.,We are asking everyone to I! J. Hall of Miami. Mr.children and Mrs.of Melbourne Johnny Hamiltonand visited Mrs. W. F. Moore presented her Hicks spent Sunday in Daytona, new home for Mr. and Mrs. L. A.

this 'appointD ent. [adv. 3 p. m. Monday to Friday for attend r services through the I I i St. Clair Harley piano Beach with another daughter of}I I
pupils in
Mis. Hamilton's aunt. Mrs. L. K. a recital at Law- i Crosby are progressing nicely.
Summer Program eight weeks. week and Sunday. Mary McBride -j I visited tey Jr. High School Mrs. Hicks.
The summer activity program Fiesta Social Club reporter |. Childs. Monday. I auditoriumlast Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyer and They hope to have the sheeting
Friday evening. The class includes
I Mrs. Jessie Newell has returnedto -
will begin at RJE and C. C. An- The regular meeting of the Pleasant Grove Methodist Mrs. Glen Norman the following Mrs. Jewell Royall of Tampa were ,on for the roof this week.

dereon Jr. High on Monday. June Fiesta Club was held at Wateroak Church Rev. A. J. Anderson past ( with Glen's her home here after several I ple: Barbara Jean and young peo weekend guests of the Fred!I Recent visitors of Mrs. H. M.
'I ,days visit with her nieceMrs.. Joyce
13, at 9 a,. m. All pupils interested School with Vice-President Clar- or. On Saturday, May 28, the I[ Clinton and wife in Katie Wise of Jacksonville .i Crawford Wayne Dempsey Catherine Moores.Mr. 'McRae and Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
asked to enroll at this time. ence DeSue and President Ethel Jacksonville District WSCS held![ and Mrs. Joe Suford and
are Helen
Mrs. W. W. Packham has returned and Gail Gaskins, Crosby were Mr and Mrs. Oscar
Principals Anderson, Thompkins Young presiding respectively. The a one day meeting at Pleasant |: Morgan and daugh- Inez Griffis children of St. Augustine spent
and 'Supermor Shell will be .in meeting was very intereting and Grove which was very successful and Judy visited V with to her home here after Karen Lee Renee Kirkland Sunday with Mrs. John Suhford. Hall of Waldo, Mrs. 'Robert E.
Moore Maxine
plans were completed for the "(,under the leadership of Mrs. Alberta Mrs. Orene I.sev ral"eeks' visit with' her son- Mid Elaine and Dave. Taylor and children of Raiford,
in-law and daughter Mr. and I I Redding, Sylvia Starling -
activities of June. Mr. and Mrs.L. Swindell District President !! new infant son in and Sharon Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crosby and
Mrs. H. Gt Jarrell in Jacksonville.Mrs. Tatum. Jackie .
Z. Baker were host to the club and the conference President Hospital. Mrs. Bales Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Denmark and
and Jerry children and Mrs. C. C. Crosby
Minnie Phillips and were
that Mrs. Cowart son. children, and Earle Denmark of
and a delicious menu was served. Mrs. S. D. Bankston of Ocala. guest of Starke.
Danny of Lawtey visited her participants. The performance
fMEULSTARKE FL'- The next meeting will be held at The host church president, Mrs.j: soon. Jacksonville spent the weekend We
was wonderful the regret to learn of the
aunt, Mrs. Alice M. Jones Sun music ser-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Catherine Dell was pleased with'' guests of Mr. and !i was with Mrs. Lois Carter and sons. ious illness
enjoyed of
day and appreciated by Mrs Lonzie Strick-
Shell. 1109 Pine St., on Friday attendance and the response]I Norman >were 'their I Mrs. Grace Norris of Lacrosse
all in attendance. The land at the hospital in Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ezell and parents
TUE. June 24th- Please come preparedto of an persons present Encouraging -. daughter, Mr. and was a Sunday visitor of the car-
j children of Jacksonville spent the I had every reason to be proud of Mrs. H. M, McRae spurt partof
June 5, 6, 7 pay your birthday party tax I remarks were given by pastor J JI !, Reddish of Umatilla.!weekend with her mother Mrs. their children. ters.Mr. last week with her soninlawand
at this meeting. The January to (Anderson and District Supt. E. M. Mrs. Maude Mo.tt.; ; and Mrs. Howard Cushing
James Temple daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
I principal of
DOUBLE FEATURE June birthday party will be held I Hurley. At 1 p. m. a cold plate !i' with her mother Lacy Wynn.Mr. and children of Tallahassee and I
and Mrs. J. A. Gnann Sr. Lawtey Jr. High School, has an- ert Taylor and children at Rai
nomina-i Frahck of Providence.; | Turner and daugh- '
( Mrs.
on the following weekend. All lunch was served. The I! : nounced Wayne
member are urged to please be ting committee with Mrs. E. Mj I! of last week to.and children spent the weekend that the summer swim- ters of Jacksonville were weekend ford.Mr.
5 Bi'i" their cabin at Salt ming program will begin Monday and Mrs. Homer Sterns of
present ,at the June meeting.Mrs. .- Hurley a chairman named 12 per i couple of weeks with tat] guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. "
I June 6, Buses win leave Tavares, Mrs. Murler Hubbard of
siSter.fr.Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. Griffis and Lawtey
Pernella Cummings reporter. elected to and Turner.Mr .
sons who were serve I II
around 8 o'clock Winter Garden and J. L.
i I children spent Saturday with each morningand Gillyardof
Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten for the coming year Mrs. HattieI. E. [Eddie] Weldon and Mrs. F. R. Carradine
Days Seven pupils graduated from James was elected a* president of Tallahassee, i them there. return around 10 or 10:30.: I enjoyed a boating trip up the st. I j 1 1Jonns Deland were weekend guestsof
All school children Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.
'I Mrs. H.'E. Moorer of South Mi- that don'tknow
of Mr.
guests I with their daughter -
Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten in from 'Jacksonville Miss Ethel : River
; i amt ,spent the weekend with her how to swim will be taken Mrs. L A. Crosby Mrs. H. M.
a ceremony held at New Bethel Singleton of Starke -asJrtce-presi- C. Sapp and sons and son-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs.
.first. No McRae. and Mrs. C. L.
brother-in-law and sister Mr. pre-school children will Crosby
Baptist Church Sunday. The dent; Mrs. L. M. Royal was elect- Mrs. Otis.T. Jones i James H. Berreth and chidren,
admitted. and children of Starke
THE Rev. A. B. capacityin Patricia, of O'- and Mrs. E. S. Sibley. and Mrs. Frank H. Hrapsky of visited
scripture was read by ed to serve in an official! i
'Robert' ,!Ir, and Mrs. E. S. Sibley had Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett Mrs. Fredrick Broadwell and lie-
district. Mr. and Mrs. > Jacksonville one day last week.
Vinson, pastor prayer Rev. George her absence on the
Sr. from the by Rev.E. children of Jackson- as weekend guests Mrs. Sibley's and children and Miss Linda O'- Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nolan Mr. tie son in Jacksonville on Wednesday -
W. Lee greetings Officers were installed .
Neal of Daytona ,of last week.
siSters and their* Mr. Beach were They were
BIG class by Shirley.Ann Pete daughter M. Hurley, and the meeting husbands I and Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham I J
weekend dinner
of Mrs. A. F. Hall.
\ Sitorsof guests
of Mr. Aaron Holly selectionby closed after a report from the the L. C. Sapps and Mrs. Johnny Mayo of Ray ; the Darleys i and Mr. and Mrs. Bell and son of:
and the
Ducks"What of Day were Mr. Sapps1 City Ga.. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buster'Bennetts.
the school. "Six Little treasurer Mrs. E. McCrary 1
and.I Nado of Hollywood Fla. Mr.-andJtlrs. B. E. Reddish attended -
FISHERMANTechnicolor Kindergarten has 'meant to Lake.City. Mrs. Catherine Dell sister-in-law-.Mr. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clapp of the f neral'of. Mrs. Lula 12 Cubic Foot
us by Cynthia. Y. Brpxton. Willie wishes to thank all who helped Sapp of Jacksonville.!: Dinkins at 1
J. Doster, and Velma' A. Mitchell; make this program a success chicken sup Atlanta Ga. recently visited thetatter's Bushnel last Thursday.Mrs. :i" e 1
Roy Reddish, formerly of
class poem, Linda A. Young; introduction with special thanks to the persons the. activities. : brother and sister-in-law RefrigeratorElectric
Lawtey is
of speaker. Mrs. A. who prepared lunches for the is visiting this week Mr. and"Mrs..R. C. Dampier. a daughter of Mrs.

Chandler; speaker Mrs. Mable J. delegation.- Marian Tyson past and daughter-in-. Douglas Raley of Santiago Dinkins.Baccalaureate T COULD>rtDUfc or Gas

DON'T teacher of first RJE Mrs Bobbie White. Calif. is spending a '30-day leave
Lee grade ; president 'reporting.
solo Little Pattie L. Mitchell; Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church from the Navy with his parents, [ Lawtey Jr. High Baccalaureatewas REFRIGERATOR CHOOSE,j j'TWOUIDBEOUR6AS $3 00
sons Mr. and Mrs. D. L. held in the school auditorium .
MISS collection, Mrs. Beulah J. Len- Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will Cowart and Raley.
I non and Rev. Vinson; awarding hold regular services starting with first of next week Vacation Bible School beginsat Sunday Rev.J morning with invocationby THAT 'IT WOULD USE per week
IT i of certificates E. R. 'Shell; class Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. 'I'eX8.to, take Mrs. Hope Baptist Church on June of Grace
iI A Nix, 13 from 9 to 12 and Methodist Church.. There was a
I song; closing song. Vacation TimeIs Irene Thomas in charge or assistant Mrs. N. :; a. m. noon
visiting will run through June 17. There hymn by congregation and two
Here; bendiction and recessional Fannie B. Frazier: morning Nix has been
Don't miss this good show- Mrs. Floyd will be classes for from beginners numbers by the Glee Club with YEcSiTHAr'
The music was furnishedby worship at 11 a. m. with Love
plus cartoon Admission: Mrs. W. F. Moore at the piano. ;' .
Cowart, through intermediates.
Mrs. Elmer R. Shell, supervisorof Feast; at 5 p. m. Holy Communion Mrs Charlie
Adults 75c Children 25c Bradford County Negro will be administered by the months. Activitie through .each day will The sermon by Rev. Tommy L. w
include stories, learning choruses Howe, pastor of the First Baptist CHOICE
-BIG Schools. The school will open for pastor.
DAYS-DON'T MISS IT ...y.... Bible} l study, .and handcraft. Re: Church was very impressive. The
Plus CartoonWED.THURSM the next term early September. All members are aked to see text n-
was "Remember now thy
A lovely gift was presented to class leaders and make the finan- freshments will be, served each Creator
Mrs. Pauline Marshall Y HILL day, Every child in his area is in the days of thy
teacher cial side of Stewards' Sunday a Youth."
Beneoiction J
by Rev.
June 8-9 by Mrs. Minnie Belle Wheeler for ,success. Remember oud sick' and urged to attend. Anyone wishing Adams.

'DOUBLE FEATURE the narents in recognition of the shut-in. Mother Pullum has recently transportation to Bible School is
d. I Strickland Mr.
*. and Mrs. ,
Marian warrs of WO 4.7551r
wonderful service rendered byfigs visited relatives and asked to contact the writer Ruth Phone

This Island EarthJeff' Marshall during this school friends in Georgia.' As we ap- .'... .V. Griffis phone. Keystone Heights -
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'' Morrow, Faith term. \proach Father's Day plan now to!1 Parmalee.. one of 'our" 4443. _
Pomergue Poppy DayAmerican remember him with A siftor 1'r ;her son .yt1y-] :.,Mr,, and,Mrs. D. L. Raley" had'
weekend guests their ,sisteriiilaw'Mrs. -
Legion Auxiliary will card. Girl V Scouts were organized the weekend with
"pi! pennies on Saturday of this last the W. L. Raley and fow.children
The Gene Krupa Story Friday at RenoTheatre Strickland..at Clay .
week. Al members and friendsare by .Mr.. Elizabeth Giv- I visited IJzz1e Strick- of Crestview. On Sunday
Sal Mlneo, Susan KohnerPlus they enjoyed family reunion .
a :
are asked to buy a poppy to ens. Regular meeUng.will'be held -Hospital Sunday w
Cartoon for Kids help the disabled veterans and each Thursday night, 7:30, m. : with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uptre- / MOVU7\
: p. and other relatives. THIS WATCH BAXTER! SIG I sEE ., EXCUSE ME,
grade, of Orlando
Mr. Mrs.
the crippled children. President in 22 at RJE. I
interested ABOUT
FR.-SAT.., June 10-11 I> M. Royal and her delegates in joining ,are asked I to jam on; the Hill Top Clement Raley of Starke. and Mr. GAVE ME 15 EXT LIKE j HALF PAS' THREE /
have just returned from the De-. and Mrs. Steve Broadway and Mr. PERFECTTIME LOR WAS IT AFTER
DOUBLE FEATURE meet. Parents are invited to attend had been' an- KEEPW A i aZSE SINCE 1'YE BEEN ;. >
and Mrs. Ed Bennett and child of %. T\ FOUR O'CLOCK? )
nartment Convention held in as we will need some Den wreck: Wonder how ppI1JG.All.M SHOPPING AT ::.;<:. *
"The Tingler" Tampa. A report will be made at Mothers-E. J. Givens* reporter. be until people will Keystone Heights.

t Vincent Price, Judith Evelyn the regular meeting. Sunday 2 p. 1 fly" while driv- Mr. and Mrs. M.. Z. Sullivan,' CityHshGMeatMartet; niiii

m. at RJE. All members are ask- ""YYYYYY nn.TVTT..... I ? the highway. are visiting, their daughters in
-- PLUS--
Miami and looking after business -
ed to please attend. Post 314 will r is reported as crt

The Rookie also hold its regular meeting on 'KEILBRONNRy I I than he was last Interests while there. MOTHER'S .:. :

Tommy Noonan, Pete lUan.ha.UPlus Sunday. Commander Julius Royal [I rtYY YYYY YTTY YYYYY'S'TATEFARM

2 Color Cartoons for Kids asks all members to be present as tin. Haroy McCarthy .I was able to first be
Sunday, the
he has a message of importance r
1..Y..Y.Y. Yy.Y. YY. he was.hi the car Fe 38 p

....s..... Howdy Folk. Congratulationsand I time ago. He is wear- -
when best wishes are extended to his,neck and shoul-. By Mrs. O. E. Crosby --

you needRELIABLE all our graduates who will be receiving thankful to be up \..auua.u..u.a..wBridal .

their diplomas Friday i .

evening.. May God bless each of was back in Shower SMOKED SHOULDERS c

GAS SERVICE you as you travel the road .to! evening the first' Mrs. Paggy Wood and Mrs.
I ?
success. t had the operation. eggy Godwin entertained with

THINK OF Vary glad to have our visitors i miscellaneous shower Saturday

SLADE GAS Sunday at Heilbronn, Church. Among announces a so- oight honoring Miss Judy Har- FRESH SHOULDERS 16. I P

those present were Mr..and Highland Training -en. bride-elect. The honor guest '

I Mrs. Robert Densurs and their all others who will :eceived many lovely gifts as a I .

TANKS FROM GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP .family of Jacksonville. Rev.. OtisT home Saturday .nemento of the occasion. Late In

Jones, pastor and church members at 6:30.: The men .he evening refreshments were j

PHONE WO 4-3551 I invite you and your family will prepare ana .served. to the approximately 50 I SMOKED BACON '
r and friends to worship'With quests attended.

Heilbronn soon.. Everyone I members of Highland ersonala' -

That's Our Businrg throughly] enjoyed the piano especially urged' to Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde SHOULDER
help ecently returned from
special our pianist Mrs. Lamar morning and a two

If It's Glass We Have IU! i I,Reddish and the inspiring mess- pastorium. It seems reeks' vacation hi Tennessee and ROUND STEAK ft. CHOPS lb.
.he northeastern 69c 39c
CALL WRITE or VISIT ;.ages so ably delivered by our have been promi- states. They also -
pastor..' have found other. visited their son, Henry, who is a

Remember Wednesday evening 'last minute there- student at Annapolis Md. .

Joe Peters Glass Co. will be.time for church conference has' been slow Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Martin and FRESH ALL MEAT

FOR ANY GLASS NEED following prayer meeting at 8 p. to get has to the been stage do- jhfldren:vtr. and were Mrs. visiting Alex ,his Martin parents in B E E FOUND. lb. 39c I FRANKS lb. 49cFRESH

We Design Modern Store Fronts 'wish 'a' speedy recovery to mould. So we'say- Jfreen Cove Springs : Saturday

Just Mall Us A Pattern for Mrs. Cutshaw. [former Heilbronn OUT! ifternoon.

Table Tope church pastor's wife] In Greenville ,was.off. at. Sunday Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Tenn.; R. L. Morgan's niece Sunday and the In- ?ete Harrell were Airman 2-c
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone Kt 2-4353
iDelve in the.Jacksonville Naval are still holding the rank Cahoon of Panama City

Hospital; and Clayton Craw- call all out for next 4r.. and Mrs., Tom Leister and PRODUCEPEAS
:ford in the University Hospital in show 'them they. 31enn Harrell, and Robert Harrell .
competition. jf Eastman. Ga. '

rY i Gainesville.Very glad to report that David June 5. there Mr. and Mrs. John Spence of 2 lb. BANANAS lb.

vA Norman son of air.,an lMrs. Leon services at the Jacksonville visited Mrs. Spence'sW'eDts 29c I lOc

Neman, is home from Alachua Griffis. He has Mr, and Mrs.: O. E. Cros-

yR General Hospital In Gainesville sometime and .can iy. Saturday. ,

I II .after an appendectomy; so we ,can go Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nalewaick of NEW STRING

Ia I : The Sunday School Junior invited to attend Bridgeport, Conn- and Mr. and

a L ,'Class enjoyed a swimming and I Sunday there" win Irs. Cecil McGee of Green Cove of POTATOES 4 lb. 2Sc- BEANS Ib. Ilk
luncheon party Saturday at Mr. the home George Springs were supper guests

_and Mrs. Bill Reddish Kingsley es start at 3 p. vlr. and Mrs.Lewis Marton Tuea-

AT ITS BEST Lake home Boat riding was .the :ay night "
highlight of the afternoon. Those at the church Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams PRICES! GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH !MONDAY NIGHT

assisting the class' teacher Mrs.I ., :Training Union: ,at osited relatives .in Tampa. and
iJepen 11 i I C. Sapp in serving and entertaining preaching at 8. 4keland last weekend.We .

were Mrs. Markley 'Alva at 2:30.there ,,miss Mr. and Mrs. Harris

MAKES MODELS rez Mrs. W. H, Green Harvey, at the Padgett tad Mr. and Mrs. Bill String*el- a rr

I,and myself. by baptismal ser- ow. who recently moved to

creek by Ongsley Lake.. I
Our very best wishes are ex- near
the next service at Coy Alvarez and Roland Pacettif
tended to Mrs. Orene Cowart on ?
will be Sunday. Palatka were supper guests of
the arrival of a son, David Jackson -
/ born last Thursday evening the ones who .have : y'e parents Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
buLuMtitKVIlhNltH in Baptist Memorial Hospital, for services at this

Jacksonville, In continu has not been good at the last twb.

Baby congratulations are also advise them to come so we',must have "better responseif
extended to Mr. and Mrs.. Ray us know. Attendance we go. on.
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