Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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,. 5 dA y, 5,000 'Fans>I Expected Tops Santa Fe

To Witness hue Tilthis


In Tough 7-0 Contest

The largest crowd. of the 1960 : Jersey, Hamlen }is shifty, fast,,

;, football season is expected: to I and hard to bring down, the v

witness the Keystone Conference coach said. .
.- championship battle between 'the I Coach Lennard Register's inspired 'Tornadoes played "far above aver- as it did at the game's end 7-0
The Tornadoes will into the
, Blue Devils from Green Cove .conference deciding contest go with;I Tornadoes clung to a 7-0 age, the coach stated. But the for the Tornadoes. _..,

Springs and Starke's Tornadoesin :end Marion Cottle seeing only Ir r margin through three quarters of Tornadoes of 1960 face another Scoring Drirft..... *'i

Bradford Memorial Stadium limited faction because of an in. hard hitting, body bruising football "must'situation tomorrow night Smith's) plunge from a foot out

Friday night lured shoulder. Cottle will however I last week to best Santa Fe'sI when they face their toughesttest capped a drive tonrhich" the Tornadoes -

BHS's head coach. Lennard I still do the punting chore I I Rebels and to boost themselvesinto of the season with Green went Slfjrards In lust sev-

Register said he expects; around I for the Tornadoes.Register { second place in the Keystone Cove Springs for the Keystone ,en .plays'from scrimmage. With

5,000 fans to turn out for this Conference. championship.The .'Martht alternating the ball be-
stated that the Tornadoes
;., contest. About Tornadoes tallied in the tweet Starke's big fullback
1,500 of the spec- Sam
will have to play the type e Last week's victory was a must
, Mayor Burns tators will have to stand since' the first quarter for the game's only Gardner, and halfbacks Richard
Speaks ball they did against Palatka, for the Tornadoes as have been .
55,000; Moldops stadium plus temporary bleachers 'whom score when halfback Tombo Duggar and Smith the local boys.
they beat for the first time! all .of their conference games
Communism combined will hold only 3,500' he in 11 years, if they are to be vic<. since their 13-13 tie with Mac- Smith went over from the one .acting as an 11 man team and
With in third down situa-
Religion foot a with no particular standouts,
said.Green torious tomorrow night. Th Bradford Cove is on top to the coach said he thinks his boy s I season.good tion. Junior Irwin Martin knocked out yardage in huge

conference at present with a 5-0 know the Blue Devils are a I Starke's dependable quarterback, hunks until they had a. first down

Mayor Burns Tells Starke C of C record while Starke is r second'with I football team and will be up foi r "wen Coach pleased"Register with said his he team's was who also boots extra points add- oh the Santa Fe three yard mark.

I a 4-0-1 record.. The Tornadoeswere the From the three it took Starke's
:pIn i all-important contest
Property Sales effort against the Rebels. The ed the point and the score stood
held to a 1313; tie to the fighting Tornadoes three downs

Mayor Haydon, Burns (third his banquet talk. Mayorj first game' of the season against to' find the double stripe. The

: from left) pictured ;as he was j Burns: ; said that the real fight MaccJ nnyBradford's. first down netted enough to get

The sale of Van's Motel on U. presented a gift by StarkeBradford ;;now to progress is' not Communism tie to the first season's them to the two foot marker.
S. 301 south of Starke tor,$ 5,700 County Chamber of Commerce ts'
: vs Here Gardner
I Democracy, but rateeCommunism r game combined with the + punched out an-
led "Bradford County property Vice President S. L. Peek' TO .Religion, He said'that I Blue Devil's unblotched record other foot for half the distance

transactions which; totaled $1C8.- Jr. at the organization's annual. the United States: could get has made every conference contest to the goal.

I 250 for the period of October 24 banquet last week. CC executive- help from Moslems. Hindus another d I a .must for the Tornadoes. 3 Then Smith plunged off tackle

through November 24. director Robert McIntire, and retiring religous sects around the The game tomorrow is also a s L I for the remaining foot and the

The motel was sold back to i it$ President Carl Johns com- world if the fight against Com must for the Tornadoes if they precious six points.Earlier .

previous owner, Van H. Anderson plete the group. munism were .put on a religious are to repeat as conference E 1- r r.S in the initial period the

I of Jacksonville, by Angelo basis rather than a Communismvs i champs for the fourth consecutiveyear I Tornadoes muffed a golden op-
Restivo and Isobell $641,850City
Mannone. Democracy ,,basis.. portunty when end Jimmy Ma-
Coming, to second on the list i >Mayor l+ Burns w .introduced by But even though the Blue I ,one. alone in the end zone, let a

of property sales was the 'R. L. Mr. Peek the .newly ,elected>ice Devils are -unscored on to con- ;: ; '. ( :: *IIILi'C' Irwin Martin aerial slip throughhis

Batten farm southeast of Starke. Council presdentI,who presided In"the'a b- ference play Bradford Coach n'-I Y fi t. f .fingers. This was the first indication -
Batten 'sold the tiM
: farm to
sence of 'Cly e: ';rerwlll gar, the nard Register predicts that the I that the Tornadoes were
W Batten 'of Starke for .$29,000. t!new president.., Tornadoes will be tough to beat : not to complete a single pass the

Prices of the transactions'weretJrK'Ured Okays Budget Carl Johns," retiring 'president, Register cites desire, which thee whole night long Coach Registersaid

from documentary' : ; [;reviewed accomplishmentsof, th Tornadoes' have 'demonstrated it "was just one of those
stamps affixed deeds filed :
to in I past year, and.Jerome Johns'ear they have plenty of,, and experience -"i; things." But the lighting .on the
the Bradford County k's
ot- For Last Time rated a presentation of ,.colored'slides as his team's main assets. r"i Rebel field left much to be de-
fice. Only sales valued
atl.000- showing some major projects The team's biggest weakness, i sired and this probably contrt-

, or more are listed- of the Chamber during 196 0. Register says:is lack of depth and I Continued on Page 51
Nicholas MaUlis, as 'Ad nfniStra- _____ I
The Starke Preceding program 'a turkey size. Starke has been the uhder-
tor,of the estate of Nick Viziro- CouneJ. at. a
dinner was 'served ,to around dog in.size all season but this has :lucil Dec. 19Starling
pulos, deceased, of Brooksville, to meeting Tuesday night. !t| I
{ Sarah unterand
100 guests ?y Mrs. not proved too much oLa handicap
Ernest W. Allen and' Billy' Ray put its final stamp. of approval' t
her staff of the Starke.,Lie- so far.'The-Tornadoes. 'n w
I r Hardenbrook, both'of siarke, sale on ,.the 1960-61 :budget. .
J' mentary, .School t cafetoriuni.; own a season record of seven wins,' Faces i
of Nick's Fruit Stand 'on East For the first time, the Thomas .
city has A. J. ,- Jr- a memberthe and::! one tie..Register .
f Brownlee Street' in'.Starke. 6000. two separate budgets, one for the board of, directors, distributed stated. that the Bu e

I I, Vida' Dyal, ,Bradford County, toThomas new natural gas department and a number of door .prizes ,which I Devils have the edge on'Starke f In TrialOnPairWRaieQiarges

s. Hogsed Jr,; Starke, a regular budget The new budget were donated: by,local merchants. both size ands depth Tb! ,< ,J3lueDevil's aE

. residence In Saratoga,' Heights. totals $420.850. about .a. two per, ., ,fm l.-'ftmrages '1"* '
.. -j*:_ *$# ftcss --i./-r -r-A -
,Ii8qo&v ttt.1ncreasoYerlaf.t>[a'h cPgjt' 3 Negroes Arrested: pounds,per man, compared 153 :
; b
I $tarke to .. ;
it Charles Wallenius ..of $412.600. The gas department : *" > ." for the' 'Tornadoes."The'Blue:

I: games E.'Hamilton Btarke, parcel :budget, being kept', separate tie IntCafeaxaealz! Devils also have good depth, t
I' of land. $2.000 f so ;'city officials can ten exactly i i-- particular tnthe .
stated, ;
Register Bradford
A :
i W. C. Rh den. stark .to Bill how, the' new department is doing i Three local Jfegroes we'r e arrested County grand jury :
line. They have' two "linjh) which
, Klondes Starke a lot, $2,000. 1 totals $121,000 for its firstyear by Starke Polke for disorderly Monday returned two true' bills E[
A. D. [Arliej)' Dobbs BradfordCounty of operation Both conduct and fighting 'n have, alternated a goodit. i during Pine: Seedlings against 24-year-old James Alfred !
budgets the season, the con said. Bradford Exhibit Wins 2nd Place Starling of Lawtey on two chargesof i
to Claude B. Barbour, total ,641850. Sally's Place on North.;Oak Streetin Still
But. the two baftfillds AvailableFlorida !
Reno this week .. rape, as the fall term of circuit ;
Lawtey.. 10 acres of land $2,000; The council also appointedrJiht ; I
equal in size. M fact Coach
Elmore Clark .' Pauline;dark more court got underway.
Development Company,
Barclay i
Jacksonville ,to August G.- Single Wasdin as Superintendent Riley Hill and Bobby Jean Clark, all Register said, BHS's/back may be residents, may still order At Jax Agricultural FairPictured Starling was arraigned Tuesday :
? inspector on
the'lue slash pine for
and better' all-round ,tm : seedlings pri- before Circuit Judge George L. :
California sisters their.brother
ton. Gardena parcel a temporary basis. The
count vate plantings
ilarrested eren Devils. according to an
Patten and !
oft'land, $5.550. received six after the two ivom pleaded not guilty to I
applications for
jBertyce Gaskins Sullivan, Bradford poSition but chose Wasdin since the started the fight Ehnore Clark Green Cove's lggest; threat Forest'Service.announcement by- the Florida above is Bradford many a passerby. Comparative both charges, one of statutory I

I County to Wilbert A. Hut- his present job will allow him joined in later,' but was ,also arrested Register said will be their 'senior County's outstanding agriculturaland size of the plant is shown by small rape of a 12-year-old girl and one E t
quarterback 145 pound Mel Bryan .. After the Oct 1 deadline, the for the of
ton, LaPorte, Texas, 45 acres of to make inspections when building in the fracas, which beganin horticultural exhibit which boy in picture. rape a 20-year-old !
,- who wears number 15 on his Forest Service still had enough Starke mother of three. The
)U.nd. an the
$7,000.Wm. contractors argument over a man, '
want them
C. Byrd, Bradford'County, other five applications ,made. The Negroes told' Ponce Chief Riley jersey. Register termed' Bryan: seedlings on hand to.continue won second place among 100 competitors The exhibit was arranged by scheduled the trial for December I
were turned at the Greater Jackson '
to Ira H. Truex. Garden Grove, down because the Sweat ,'v "really good"* and "the key to the' sales. 'They can be, purchased at I County Agent G. T. Huggins and 19. ,
California, a residence 8000. could not be available during applicants the A fourth Negro, Columbus'- Hin.was -. Blue Devil's success." $4 'per thousand, f. o. ,b. nursery, Fair, Agricultural Nov. 9-19. and Industrial Chamber of Commerce managerRobert George Pierce Starke attorney, I

James W. Brasier Hampton, to required hours, or because they ,, arrested but given a suspended The tricky signal caller fakes and,can be delivered to the county McIntire, with the coop was appointed by the court to
Ethel M. Brasier Hampton, a lot, were building contractors them sentence since he did not well, Is a good ball handler, for an additional charge of 35 In the words of Tom Chapman, eration of 1L B. Jordan, represent Starling.. -Pierce Wed- f
vocational -
director of Fair the
$3,000. actively participate in the fight cents per thousand. publicity, nesday had Starling's plea changed i
selves and would have to Inspecttheir Register said and is good on short
booth agricultural
was "extremely colorful : instructor at to not guilty by reason of insanity -
Leo C Champion, BradfordCounty own houses in some cases. The other man was lined $32.50 or Order,blanks are available from ;
quick passes. the Service and especially eye-catching wasa the State, Prison, and others. Expense and the court ordered him
Forest the countyagent's
to Guy Andrews, Starke, Ordinances Amended six days in jail in Mayor's CourtMonday.
Another hard man'to stop will giant collard plant (in centerof
a residence, 8000. Three amendments to old city office Soil .Conservation of the exhibit was underwritten examined by a psychiahtfA. !
Lawrence W. Batten. Bradford ordinances ,were also approved by two women were be 180 pound junior fullback' Service or .;Agricultural Stabilization photo)' with.leaves bigger than I by the County Commis Rape of the small girl is supposed :

County to R, L. Batten. Stark council at the Tuesday, night fined $27.50 or five days in jail,Han1Je who wears number 44 on' ,& Conservation office elephant ears. This one stopped sion. to have occurred on October ;

parcel of land: 4000. meeting. The first measure to-be 29 near Rowell Lake south- !
Council Minus 'Valid' Ordinance west of Starke. Starling reportedly -
Donald E. Champion Bradford amended was an old ordinance
I County to Lola C. Carbett, pertaining to what manufacturing lured the child away from her ;

starke parcel of land, $8,400 in home to go on a proposed fish- ;
establishments the city,
Ernest Edwards Bradford would be'required to pay license Zoning; Hassel I Stalls Keystone P. O SideThe tog trip, but instead attacked her,

County, to )Lola C. Garbett. fees.The I < ; according to information received !

Brooker parcel of land. 2000. old ordinance required only I 1'_ from the Bradford County i

Guy Andrews, Starke; to I> W. ice and ice cream manufacturersto Keystone, Heights Council was willing to be guided by "the four methods used in establishing only way he would favor Sheriffs Department.
Miller, Jacksonville of I.Tuesday night. wishes the ever rezoning Starting who has undergone a f
parcel obtain of
licenses. It was amended temporarily sidestepped people: relying; on post office facilities to
a town. he said, would be to mental
examination but has been !
land $2,800.Hospital. to include all general manufacturers a controversial custom
Is- and
zoning precedent rather than
He said that it
i was the most zone .only the actual amount to declared 1
local doctors
eompetent by -
in the city. At presenta sue. Postponed until its December on ordinances of questionable !
favorable to the Post Office Department be
used for
'and then also is
charged with attack-
I i
Bids Asked" meeting action
manufacturer's license costs was on a rezoning validity.
but if they couldnt get only if residential '
property owners tog a 20-year-old Starke mother
$25.25. request designed to pave the way Councilmen Gene Williams and
what they wanted by that method to
the block
i gave their con of three week after the first offense
Bids on resurfacing drives'nd The second amendment ap- for construction of.a new, post office Corbett Terren went unquoted. they would likely use one of ,
parking lots at the Bradford proved raised the price of all building fu. what is now a While interesting and instructive il' the other three. "Failure to rezone sent.Among while he was free on $1,000 ;
County Hospital win be' ,'received residential block the property owners appearing bond in the first case,
license fees
city $.25, so the city's on .Lawrence Tuesday .night's session this selected site doesn't
by the hospital,Board of Trustees ordinance will be in accord with I.Boulevard. might actually have been "much I that we' won't get mean office Tuesday night to protest According to Bradford Deputy
a new post
until 7. m. Tuesday Dec., 6. : rezoning were Mr. and Mrs. John Dolph Reddish the latter rape :
p. the Commenting'after the
prices,currently being chargedfor } meeting, ado about very little" since Council ," he said.Further .
Specifications and other details licenses. .Keystone Mayor M. L. Beasley is apparently without power to Bird and C. L- Sipe. occurred after Starling had pick- ;

are contained- in a -legal notice ,in 'The third measure approved by :said: "In my opinion, the Post zone ,or rezone tlegally. that IS] muddled, situation complicating, attorney an already Free- Bird filed a letter with Councilin ed up the woman to take her to ;

this issue.: .1'a council requires all master electricians Office Department will have to under existing ordinances. { x, a.er mont Tolles served notice that if which he suggested that a com work at a local restaurant The f

in the city to: maintain choose anothersite." Attorney Myron Prevatt said Council decides there is a valid prehensive; zoning ordinance be woman told Reddish that Star-

FFA an:established place with a telephone ,During the lengthy 4 1-2 hour that,'in his opinion, present zoning F zoning ordinance and 'proceeds to adopted as soon as possible !ned ling held a" shotgun on her, forcj -

listed,, in the firm's name; session that drew an overflow ordinances at Keystone = rezone the proposed new post office order to insure the orderly gro her to disrobe and then attacked ;

Turkey Shoot t' display a sign to front of the crowd to City Hall Council Heights are "absolutely no good." a4/f f : site he.was authorized to say of Keystone Heights and prevent her.
place of business have heard: i similar controversies in the fu In other .circuit court action
: a personin The only legal zoning; he said, it' would also have 'applications
attendance during business Mayor Beasley read ,a letter was set forth to the,original town 4s sa for rezoning from Tuesday, James William Johnsonof
: property across ture.Most
Sat Nov. 19 hours .to record complaints and from a Post Office Departmentreal charter which designated certain : the site, for business as : Councilmen seemed to Heilbronn Springs who pleaded

Starting S 'Af; list address. of the firm on the estate officer stating'that an blocks for business purposes, and well. as certain property purposes-betweenthe agree with this need but describedthe guilty Jast.veek to statutory rape
occupational license filed to the 'assignable site option had ,been is was sentenced to seven years at '
all else residential. Council First Baptist ChurchBurton's and proposal as a long range program
'" -':' city clerk's office, taken on a parcel of groUrid'situ- zoning In the requiring hard labor in the State Prison at
given no powers statutory authoriZation -
on Road 100. This
Cretk'Bridge Beasley .
Alligator Mayor Raiford.r
Tuesday nigh also saw the ated at the southwest corner of Prevatt'nid. and two public
Charter. latter location, is within a stone's hearings, and
'*-,: ". council, pass f resolution>> to opeC Lawrence,BOulev rd'and. Cardinal subsequent ordinances' by which Threatenedr? throw of Mayor Beasley's home. red tap No action was taken Johnson was Jailed on September -- !'

( nfinatd On Pace Ski Street property .of 'Mr. and Mrs.WmB. it rezoned to allow commercial Tuesday night to set such wheels[| 10 for the rape of his underage -
LaRue of the former D.
On Route 6Q;. .. Belote. ;owner Observed the Mayor; "I'm sure step-daughter, who was
areas in motion.An
structures in residential are
PAPER PUBLISHED Council Chairman O. Stewart properly on: LawrenceBoulevard this isn't intended as a threat." .four months pregnant at the time.
H. L. Own- and'void" opinion. '
EARLYNEXT WEEK "null In his disclosed that he end to the discussion came
This;Space ..ContributedWeekly bey announced'hi!, opposition to Prevatt declared.Chairman Responded Tolles: "Not a December 19 was also set as the
i would make availableas only when
his'property Councilman
threat ; trial date for WlHard Kittles, a
correspondents, club reporters rezoning the desired! :site for-buss just amere o fmoved '
AH ,
to'publleizaCttninunltjr Ownbey rapped the a post office site;but only'if he fact" that Council inform Mr Lawtey Negro who pleaded not
: ministers ,and others are ness unless and until residential gavel to restore order during 'A were permitted to.build the building Belote that his request had been guilty

EYttrts by' asked ito have their news itemsin property owners.In the block, agreed tense verbal exchange, between 'and J lease it to- the government Touching: off the tall talk Tuesday taken under ,consideration and he ,Intent to to murder charges, Kittles of assault is charg-with
The Telegraph's hands by'Mon to the change La Rue and Beas- night .was an applicationfrom
George Mayor of sell the property outright would be given an answer at the ed with th9 shotgun ofCouncil
day: next week since the paper Councilman Fred Dodd averred Mr. Be1ote. that lots 7. 8, shooting
THE COMMUNITY ley touched off, by. IARu s inference to'the government He December meeting, giving
win be printed a day early (on the proposed new and 9 of Block 24 be rezoned from Sheppird, another Lawtey
post office that Beasley had held would nbt make it available for sufficient time to determine public Ki
r cd >8. Sheppard was
STATE BANK, Wednesday) due to the Thanks- should be .on "the'.'ina.1n street back ..information' the site se residential to ba.sinesa.hairman' opinion and legality August
lease to a,third, party, he added. regardingthe .wounded in the left side! and fore
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giving Thursday.The
holiday on and declared
the reminded
selected;site was lection.,, Ownbey curtly Ownby pointed out extension of the business[ district i
arm. Th shooting occurred when
OF.STARKE Telegraph cannot 'about the'only LaRue said .the lease arrangement .
guarantee comer lot the' combatants to address their,
that the three lots would comprise southward on Lawrence Boulevard. -
to -
Sheppard Intervened In
an ar-
publication of .items received .
available. remarks' to the chair rather as. proposed by the Post
thane 150 feet while the post office site The motion was Ul'1nim- Srt between Kitties and

.'-:., later than Monday next week.: Councilman Bill.Beam:- ,sa1d-h each other Office Department: is'only lone of would occupy: only. 80' feet. The ously passed. g [Contla d Oa Page Six]

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t Late PU.t : 'i dajjghtefflifv t April 1, 1 J39.Section %33 paragraphs I To AJU Fhbm I Mar .oEeelW.
.; tZl.l through J3S.1T and including XotU is hertby guea thtllt uve
I_*,Nov.1 Section 211 paragraph Z2l.ll. Said '(iff iy. final Jtifurns as adajUilstirator 1
!! Bid shall .txf.made on' a Lump Sum of the pUu ol Adim:T.
.tars. ,
ana. Prescott '
I_ .yan I :: j ais and include. guarantee to ]!Green deceased: thai I haye flied
: Starke. .a "daugh r.; KimberJ1 !'complete the work in not more than !uiy petition fur final discharge,
w m: -i' L tita, 'Nov. '12. i Thirty (S0) workingdays' from' time that I will apply to't !Uon> :
of acpeptance :of Bid b? tbe said land Tlieron A. ,.Tawnouaty :
'Mr'aSd',.,'U -,.jimmy, Clark 8r.l &oard 0t Trustfea. Th' Contractor ,Judge ot'Bradford. (ounty. Florida,
Starf-S. ;i shall obtain' ana pay for aa; licen.ea I.!nl ei-sinljir Uyt. flk4or a.PJcu-
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.. : t.J t.JNov. Vha.'psifiVus ibat :' my Ut required |lal of the same and tor Jinalv, ><*i ihr ll-
.; 13. Tbt Contractor shall provide auoliBpdUy ;i L;- '-ge ,as ,Administrator of tbtis-
.." ... I .?ROd.JMfa, ..W- Q4rjball Injury Liability and Proptr-, state of Adam T. Orepn, ,tee.ietl.
.' ajiiA. $ |t'y'Damage Insurance. and ,.Amomo- ..Se' -*17. 16O.S ': -
Mrs. \V. E. Bigham, Jr. Mrs. d ,.t ._:. ; tEIna'ox Ue: ';Bodily Injury UabUity and s .Robert G. Green :
J-trs. James O. Phillips Jr, is i U. I'Jrtoperty r>amac insurance as shall ;Administrator of the Kstate iof
W. H. Graham, Mrs. G. S. Brown, < protect him performing work tov-i I Adam, T. preen, deceased. -
staying with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. r Mrs. S. G. Denmark, and Mrs. W. I i ,JJ\1 : red by this Bid" from claims for.damages I 11-1 U d-$
HcAteer in this week to I Stae. fror Personal InJul'ID-
Tampa laug1irIaxen
ea e '
E. Dowling are attending the i rt fluding accidental death at well as ,
be near her mother, Mrs. George State PTA convention in Tampa N V'Kt.3. 'ta.trnsfor'. property ,duagi"jhlch : "
Flying Sr., who underwent surgery .way arise from operations tinder o
from Tuesday to Thursday. thj Bid. The Foard of Truit t a. .
in Tampa General!. Hospital Rev. and Mrs. J. H. iiabry and Bradford County Hospital Corporation i 1DS\ .
mJ rUt rnt the right to accept .or i
on Tuesday. They are expected =
.family were fishing at the La- reject'any or all Bids. .

home Mr. on.and Friday.Mrs. James E. Darbyot Springs von Andrews last Saturday.camp at Rainbow 4 ; : : :fi; ,m j2djt cz aUqn -" 'U-l1-t. 12-1 I I :a' :

Tampa spent the first of the ; Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth] and children .*\:- ,.. .. U Tu day. Ak boysjwoul&g' I" ...t, .".4ICe" ,(.art .1_ ,-,. tn/I fifi6
week with Miss Annie Darby and r,'r ,Brdfor4 Cont- r) rid".
were in Quincy over the Doyle Conner, Jr. (left) and Friends ,1npiIl. tb: .aw I") 'rf: TCstarg- of"Adam T.' 'Gran. I. : : ;
Mrs. Carrie Ritch. weekend visiting her parents, ,weSqnle' and "fathers" are also _deceased. :_ :
.Mrs. T. J. Griffin is spending Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.. Mrs. H.. The Christmas theme was attractively drops, nuts and lime sherbeitpunch. .asked,to" ; Xofice Of Filing Petition For
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brandon, Sr. .
several weeks with her daughter i ,Fred Leonhard is in New York M. Hatcher, Jr., and Mrs. Drew carried out in the, party [ Following the luncheon -. --.." -- "-,- ,- .,_ ," < .. .. ,
)r8. C. C, Mendoza in .Jackson Reddish farewell '! decorations. The dining' tables t .d qT.l tO 1P._ !JAS .
City for a week on business and gave a party I they sang songs. th 'W tie 'te e nd tiT .
ville. i were centered with Santa' Clauses uQard or :Truattj:1
.. I visiting relatives in Pine Bush. and luncheon for little Doyle and holly. The youngsters enjoyed : Little. Doyle was given: a comb COU Offlve.vteradf4 lY') PJta1. ctr.oratiQn.at'radfOJd" the 'J"IEY i1IT :

Extra Bobbins sate time-Stock' N.Y.Mrs.. C. A. Knight was in Lake Conner Jr. at Mama Priest'sKindergarten I lunch of open face sandwiches and brush set from his hostesses I n stak*: Florida C\Jlluty: ),10 HostP.l 1: O- :: < '

op with Sioeir Bobbins at Denmark last Thursday noon.] biscuits, Christmas gumMr. as a 'memento of the occasion. I OC4pCk.L 6. 'Xue4ay, ember ",
Furniture Oft. tf City Saturday afternoon visiting .. Pi jO.at. \ 'birh'thue ascl'.ace aU ,'
: J'e '
.N. T. Ritch ofHialeah! was Mr and Mrs. C. C. Shepard. Rodney Herlong of Jacksonville and. Mrs. George' Snell .attended Gloria.Bell. of Jacksonville was !;ed and read y.4I4"wUl aloud-'Olj be.tii puWJcly*folioving ppn-: 'Mk&qAN. "RA.. .QtI '.' >.': ',: '.n'.."
Visiting his mother, Mrs. Carrie. Miss Jean Mnndy of FSU was spent the weekend with his the funeral- of'Mrs. Snell's 1 l? lurta' (,-ng >rfveB ,and ;Para( \s .' '' .
Ritfh: last Friday. home for the weekend. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Fraser visiting cousin, Linda Was- pita Lots,! .11.J[: tie{.East,Bradford Cair.Strett.: Countr Starke.Hos ph,9f S e,9n ,flt' :ay f QOt, < "'.:, 1'
.Mrs. C. D. Williams is. In Tarn :Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter If. Herlong. in Jacksonville Wednesday after' over the weekend. i Florida:'. pproitoawiyjcje gfluare '. -. ,-.,

pa ..for a week visiting her sister Jean, Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Order Imprinted and Photographic noon.. ) Snell and .daughter ,Mr. and 'Mrs. Herbert, Thomas'.and ij-apd Resurface;' jntMf'tSr'yZfi with 'one: Clean"IBch of Tack tj. Saturday Nv19 : ::

Mrs. D. J. Clark. While there 1 1'the. Mrs. Ray Newsom attended the Christmas Cards now at went ,on to ,Fernaiuiinal( : n 9.h and- daughter, Kathlene, will have'|.' R Sur th Type lt Asphalttc Concrete \ ;. ; :.

will attend the dinner Friday Duval bounty Fair in Jacksonville Bullington'8. tfchg after -the funeral: to, yt h r as;!' their" weekend;. 'J._ guests at their. (The face procedures Course and Hot. material Mix Asphalt-uied Starting 12t3 '. ,

evening given by the. Tampa'! last Thursday.Mr. Pvt.; William T. Jackson,' Jr. \ mother< Ma. r. ,J. Corbett_ .1JAW camp in the Scrub, James H9.'bsand.spn. State to be Road in 'aecordanc Department with Florida ;I' :... < .M ., .'.
District! .of the Methodist WSCS Mrs. H. L. Hough had ,- of Starke, Mrs Standard -
of Fort Jackson, Columbia, S. C. .Sunday. Spec tftoatknq' yo?Jt(ad and grid Ire -.: ,
honoring all, past presidents. as visitors the first ofc last week, was home for the weekend, i Mr. and Mrs. BUI'Murrhee ofI ire '. Roberts of Palatka, and -.' ,-----or --i----' -(1-::':::--- -- -- -

I,Mrs. D. L. Powell, Sr.. and Mr. Walter S. Vanderlip of DecaSatur I Deg, .Calif. are.yisitteg..jfr.I Ur Evelyn Beardsley and Don- !FOR 8ALB Priding age 'regis
Powell, Jr. and baby Of | and Mrs. "stefaneili and aid Cobb of Pomona Park. 'SeBlt: .Rent ,It '* [tered Angus Bulls. Price reason.
Dress Buttons an.dMrs. Ga. was the overnight guest 'I I : !enry ; ; itilt.i pQyl Conner, WQ 4-150L

67. Jacksonville, and Dr. and. Mrs. last Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Tom iilurrhee, .this week. Mrs. Mattie Gahagen, Mrs.|I TradeRI: -- .'tr1'1.

? Leland Litchfield of Perry Harry Mooty.Mrs. Order Imprinted-! and f hotflcrapbc Herbert Thomas, and Mrs. Irene 1 WITH A I S111&1I ''ftlrnlshed- .' apartment- for

James O. Hair of Lake ,Christmas ,Cards ..now",' Roberts spent Tuesday ,in St.! ; TELEGRAPH .CLASSIFIEDMPMOBMtB J"wt'lt\rent, See. A. C. Williams Williams
-A "v"" : Augustine. tl'U'I4 only. tfchgF0
--- -- -
City was visiting her mother, ,,BulJinrton's.. jtfMr. ehr 1

That's Our Business Mr4 s. Annie Hollingsworth. on : and Mrs. Rudolph.Sink :and Recent Birth :' t Axis, HE.OI.tTTIOXB ..._ :_., __" 4 'ep.se p.1 ; I I1tln;SAtE,'-'.iinIng- 8 room bedroom and 1 den% bath masonry -},

I ijSg ; Monday. 1y! were Sunday .evening ,supper OB 'LEI!. a5''. la.rtUa MUIw.M. n.I'K1"0 I \ntQn on large corner Iqt
If It's Glass Welhvelt I Mrs. Hildabell ,Bence and-.:lrs. i guests .of ,?nand' .ilrs. Carl I Mr, and Mrs. Don' Neel of *- .- n.4 1wttl po.intruentonly.vxtra building. Call lot.ViO See by ap-

lu CALL WRITE pi V1S\T\ Nit Downing of Jacksonville, !Mayes"in Jacksonyifle.Mr. Starke announce the birth f'a &cU: ADDITIONAL WORD OVER tt .--- __ 4eFe. .-.1oi.W' Js Iwo -4-.5(11. 4-1483 tfcbg.or or

yisited Mrs. Etta Hoover on.un-. : ;: and Mrs. will lade .a, di I son. Kevin Sean. oh Nov. 11 in I' DISCOUXT OW REPRAT INSERT1OVS 9.4HM MO I I ui .. Sale '
Joe ;Peters Glass Co. F day.. i children of Baxley, Ga..will?pend I St. Vincent's Hospital. ADD'TAL FOR BLLfD 'A.DIOR, ADft ROT FAto'l*' AflVI I'CJU l Small paytiifnt- i, terms and I .Ilk*

.Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brault of I.I the weekend with ..Mrs. W.Kirsch.prapcrjr.Bods Bradford County Hospital announces .. 1 rent-. X.o 519: .-losmk X C'herry Cl/ t.Y.. H. "NOUinan. -'
Keystone Heights, de ,nt): WE.HAVE.. loan program for St. Tfehg
I Mr. and MnU.SJRobert u.ny. the following births: new FOR SALE '. -
FOB ANY GLASS NEED S. Smith of Hawthorne ,! farmers. Loans of t to A 7ear'tor' Ready mix concrete,, concrete- block. I FOR JU EXT Attractivelbsf' ia
We Front atjstarkeHardware. |I I the entire fence .I rooms ind
Design Modem Store and posts Band te&'e'llt. ) bstb spartment. VeryW.
Mr, and Mrs. A. Q. Smith of i I i .tfchff ISave i iMrs. Your Old m eats. mix, rock steel oyster 1">eH\ rVq sml.1c.' H. tollman, N.
Just Mail Us A Pattern tor Starke will be Friday evening:I!, ) 67 I' ( and Root Gravcj.) -- Phone; :'P p"h..' .. l\9
Mae 'Ha.wkjtas A
and ,80)0) Tfohstrailer
j..Pail j.
Bradford Bn"lpe rlJ> ,
Table *
Tops guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 'Hal'Hand. I. .and ,Mrs. I Buttons? .
,puby )4Iz.eUp tfchg n"t.
X313 N.W. PL F Fr Sale-Model. 1>5?
4th Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353 ,
I Waldo were,Sunday 'djnnpr,guests .. R ('r -Lakfs., 2T 'fti long by I ft.::
Replace your old arvtnc machine of'Mr. and ,)&ii. --' AU Jackson for top tIIl-.ilrt wi Ide' Location IIIg! ,'ay' i. -.4
f Titus! Olson. and ;
-" -- grading \; P'U.>
belt -- ., t. ? ) i>i>ftH or Bruoker
with e s at the home
a Slater l'
I new ,ReIl I I Mrs. JJertha P arce and .Mr. < ,0. \VO"4-4flll. (chg! nussclj Green. Owner
,from Denmark Furniture' Co. 'U.r and .Mrs.. B. Haynes .of1' Whiter t >i" v fit. : E )x 163.: Lake Donalit Butler.
Mr. and Mrs..John T I 412, E., ..FOR a. 'Cjipne Hr &-:?'.
rode'werel i Haven SALK Il'f tfchf
[TERWILLEGABMOJORS were, visiting Mrs. 'G. V. .
in Chicago, Ill, last Florida used BulKKiig; Supplies n ,, '" '- -
Wednesday toi I Phillips in La4& City on ,Sunday. | way pipe. 15' lengths. JL2i f ))!, SAJ E.-) Kerosene beater iiOo ,-

Sunday Jobbers! attending convention.the National Oil I ,i Mr. .and Mrs.. 'R. A.. "CaldweU i, Only F.' I See Billy Supplies.Ja ku..Ja tfchf ck- | condition.'TL. 'automatic:.. Loo. Champion-phoa fan. Uxcrllca
They were !I of; prand Rapids! ,).. are. visiting Flowers! .WQ -tt4:: 2tp 11-17
flown by Dr. and Mrs. Seymour j 'JJ.nd ldwell for* all I :: 3 room with 'ball
FORD I MJV .. ,)Irs.J. &. C
FOlD '
M areo. Dr. Marco attended \\0 4.8 J apartment In Hampton. 1i'.Ilt jUL- J bedroom.'howV't,
Contact Lens t e'l{..and .iudgeand ,Mrs. T. A. Yawn Th.eatre 1i9ie Chastaln, Hampton .mll"l from -CJty limits ou 111"8)100.

'Rev. J, H. .Mabry Congress. and !amfly.! for .ii' f w aj/a, ,ni; I FOR Tfchg [-o oth. Call vyo j>.t7> ttpit'll

,; he bert and Rev. Leo i i rjwite, to .their wjuiter :ione .at'Bradenton ments.shopping T 'e-w 2. bedroii bou FOR' .} 'J. -
of Starke / e tI.T-
,. .Rev. unfui-nlshed)
; Charles houses.
4 I .BeaehJ wi" or call' : .
Phone. One :
I j:: < WO 4-2465. Uchg lrt'cJroulU bltwk,
.. :"g ..< I .to Phjpps of the State Farm and I I OH -<;o. and cntrat heating -
.,. '" Attending the joint funeral d 1bt'drqom frame hOllst.
.' \1t .4 SAT. NOV. 19. .
Rev. opiciIiiiriiy
: J .P. -r'l: E.
< McElroy ; Ur
.' of batn '
>' r'lf Hampton )" bone %56
." I. < .. .Mrs. Oanie Hoqd, S.\LE' '
.-0:< =iv' I 80of'vMulberiyaiyi riple Feature I'ook.er.
> are Program -tp
k. attending the
A' fj Baptist -
Florida t your Christmas
Mrs. : piano early
iMajjoje handey; 61, )t :
> ': }. J. Contention in SL,Petersburg frojn !J Regular Admission urge stock d>6 payment tFO 1tIALflIF.d Su'ar t's'nt
,,'t. -/ ,, Monday to Thursday, !Lakeland- '-i-- in Ii'l"r:LaJ d.LT: i 1st. Feature, & 1961. You cannot, beat our "It f.Jt'U 41 .u1"w.epd
their -Wrmw iJrop trard or"PbT !* .
aftef.rnoon .werenepfiews .meces u 1 7JO l'jlrk
Jjowe ..Twining is 6-4144 collect ttl 11-11
I confined Jn : ,S.:, G. Denmark, Dr. and'Mrs. 'CE TE& IOU today.W. lwvr-I Till I
".-- the Mrs Tyus Convalescent Home. J. JJ. Denmark, MJS. ,P. ,J S. F \'. r.ainf.'ITl4, ?1i; ;Ji'ree 23''Tutk;. .t with the purvh; of
Mae Jones ,Is tonwle at Dthfu.t'I.
Aj7Ji IE of Jacksonville Denmark, .Mrs Adam Green itr.j I OPEil;G VOlt tiOflO.OQ' leltg 12.1
: visited her sister, .Mrs. ,V.I j I and 4rs. ,:JRay Stone, Mrs. MAN. WE ARK A HOUSE- ,
E. Dgn
*" '
Middleton on Mrs. HOfS.E' MAXrFACTURER:] I;: etaJ ieffliuda Ijay.
-: UJ' birthday Middleton's, Page, Lorenzo Green,> Mrs. Tate I i : E PrtOTVTT.S HAVEKEEN ,4''st j3Sv $;* .lIer. ton wKWafc
f1J Tuesday.
f I i(i.Alvarez A. Z. Alvarez, and Willard TfWUBLT APCRITED'' fa r.llf1c Hirliway %1 phone
Order Imprinted rxjn IOQ TKAUS.. 'iKsttlM: Heighta 473 : Zti
fI .qA0 and Photo-, : I A : 11-17
graphic Alvarez. Mrs. Hood and .. ..fP FOR 0(11PRC >,* -. ,. ,
r.Fe Christmas Cards now a t ,Hahdley, sisters, died within MrLfl E i IS *PPN' FOR THIS. AREA 1.r"IiR' '-, -10'' ontTete' Iiouae." ;
BulUngtqn'8. f I OP StOGO.'OlXYEi3 'J 1 flIr) $ 50e'
CL Small
Mr. and tfchg hour of" each other' in. Lakeland. I : XECESSAUT. OTHEB !ti-; t afl.k '4Ol1 idJon price oil'S heater for
Mrs. ; zcIee- iron
Guy'Andrews; : 2nd. Feature I
; and' .Sunday evening. OLrAIJFirATIO\S .bell' "'
I 1Ut.Qatrr'li
WE : and
son god
ARE LOADED WITH CLEAN Tommy, jjind Steiner Loren- '6n. OOD! HEAI/TII. AND pr ice '10. eyJ'u E' Beam;spring-
tz en, Bits exchange student S 1n revinziaclne. i zte4 eI, 1 AMBirro.v. TO WANT -TO"*?* A-?* .Morgan Rd. Starke Itt2.

OSES tended the U. o| P. Homecoming, at- ,' e :DepP1"J. Fu'P.t ':: o. "ifMnT. "CDSMIi18 3ms, : !, t. .vnTrr.ltI'NlMl7t; )TB. KITR-'W OP uooo.no;* ,;._. >2tA 11-17

CflRS.PRP[( TO SELL game' on Satur.! y. i : R. A. Newsome was' visiting .PK.\rHTPRI3? ST JC. E. p ojt RENT 'Or Sal '-. ibedroJl1I-

"w 'Mr. and Mrs. "A. T. Gene of I i Mrs, W... lIt Norris jn.Ocala JJ 'fQii '. \ 8. OJ'OROI."I'hl'- 1-U'n. 'liUD&.arnlahed;RareJr ltockhuu. .. Mrs;,0: 'n
'Ut 1iJer
Jacksonville spent the weekend last Wedoesday. .Mrs. Norris, a : t acreages. ; ,A LITTLE SAVE A :;s.t( \\'oI2Ot., onph0JJ8.

$1 1953 Chevrolet jvith Mrs. L. S. Hutto and former Stance.. 'resident, is fan drawtug : : I '!'yw marker and clean I in .. -. .. .Itcbg.SOWING _.
95 fajJ .
Fordor : Denton DeVoe entered Univer; proving from, :a, .t.1re:year I Ill tian 4..oorn { : ( homes. Lake Geneva, 'J81' .tc. ; ,MACHINE .
3rd. Feature Park 1 mile S. E. Keystone ""*"::"i-'r will be lD'
r. PRICEDTO. SELL sity Hospital in Gainesville last ness. Peasant. on Highway 1UO 4tcbg.U- 1 iCo, AIondayB and rndaym Tor Mf"'
i Wednesday for furtHer M1: FrMjBlackburn; of.Greenlle 1 345 -; e ,.,VH-" on any Muk' m-niii- wrtU.
and treatment. observation .,\i N.. C. Ino,Mrs.. .Sa (Gjit pie J all From Texas'> :!KOK' : | +UL, -itnch -saw.- Jul ur.'drill !!I.ur( diEt Snr S wn' AlaciJtnt l; C*
: ) ..... band sauSi! hor c : ectt c 'iiw.sjvsrtas.st,i or Phone lit,
$$245 'JMQ.Ford Club Coupe Mr. and Mrs. Lucky.Howe and I Sr. of Fort Meade are.,h rewi a..,,... \. A. Uain), LaUc JjUth .., I i I -, .),-.JI'la. -_'TZck. '

; family of St. Augustine'' and N 1'.. their. mother 'Mrs. Laura' CoIl y .Cartoon:* Farm 'of 'Tomorrow Iaeriui PI _. _, .jtp'' -I1.-2T 1 3 FOR SALE 1 portable .orI

PRICED TO SELL and Mrs. Earl Norman of Gainesville ij seriously HI in.Bradford- C-un'* 4- St." Pfc' as ..T ..mufoitLake' ,5 I,fUiatniito: 1 pair of bunk beds sewing..
were t y Hospital. I p U.N. & .MON.. ,-- furuished liouae. Uas. water, I$ -chest, drawers, 2 night sunda
Sunday visitors table
of Mrs. -' SHELL ; aty. $:5 per. lUu. larup set of Coders
E. L. Cox and famjly' }{. and Mrs. L. O.: Hazen and Nov 20 & 21 roer ln and $tripes Urocery, Apply phu 6 II eloped I !. 316 Walnut St. Enct-ItpLOST

$5395 -1955 Ford Sta. \ Mrs.. Lila Shawand MrsClatt .Mrs. A. E.: McKinney of Stax men-any- ; .!".-, itch,.g ') fot houd- with
Yagonu :' I. their brother nd'si taw to" 'make I[)e ge. White bench
a Dupuis of AIachua .were-8a to a ; APARTMENT Lover
PRICED TO SELL visitors of Mrs. Ada :; l Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ha Ii- D SI{ Join #!'TELEGUAPH'v 04 .Mf.:30'Adkina. Pb.0 4- I I'whitv.each'eye.boat between Also btyck.Brooker pecksrla
Alex-'j 1 r p .m. Ztchg 11-%4 and
ander. of Center Hill spent Sunday. growing aKtrJal- : i -l I;eulUver.*. Reward. Phone *WO 4JtSO -

Hallmark Christmas Cards on i'i Silver Springs. \ tI, need Camera and all accessories ;:-. ',.'' Itchy BWiSlBBJ .
I II I Mr. and Mrs. B. L. :M xley, .I. i"; this ara. boat offered. Inquire Drug !:j FOK'RENT
$345 -J955 Ford Fordor V-8 display now at Bullington's. tfchg 'P. Waldo Up .( 2 story C. ft hunting
Miss Anna Ruth Crosby and I i of Midville, Ga.' were- weekend, .{ ... ',.'' vv ilt trs., 21SS\. ,:,| -: -.Furnished. ,-, [FiiUlLo.cd.ar, ea on. 'F'rank land lye Landrum.$2QO. fllr'but11Dg' -

PRICED TO SELL Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crosby of f visitors of Mr. and ,.;. ))tow !f .cs o I ,fern J-I.mf'I I'J ] i Attractive and conren-cottager;!'I;: -. 1tcbeJ >

Jacksonville were visiting their J r. : .. wighborhocd. $45.1 J LWAJUT'ED 1 -a x. wr'u "
Rpnn, WQ 4. 144 trcl > P. .v. Xure-
10. \Im : . .. i .;:for r.Ief'
'I work. 4
parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby lhrclwe,allY !dlL. 5 days a week

$$395G- !1954-3-4 Ton Pick-to on Sunday j i-' &fwin.-lIthlne'' : -.. .., .n_ nk 1, !!:subjects EVENING: !- .'T I -block 2 bedroom of ncbouL unfumUh 108-7 _i ''fo0"|I":.*:f 'Huapltal.- tfthg.i'.WJU .

o TIRES REAL VALUE Mr. and Mrs. Bill ,Dansby OfI!r.'rmbte"C! r... !.h Ji- '< rtwmIfSlee-jy Time------l-JPi L j JVFO I Itirretor.f, ; ] Mut.ri Ele -trlc. I!'.;S t'',night.keep Call.anyone\VO 4-0862 children or 40)day Cen W

JacHsonvjUe were Sunday visitors } chars, A. ..Jenkfas has ,lconffee tion' : ( ; 2 small furnished ]jter 1 St. ;tp It.%.
pf ..!r and Mrs. R. O. I JatisonyiUe J *, Hellbronn J. T. '
; Dansby. |! < $ jn ):$e tlo&al Springs. I I-o"ri i-
S.L&Ker08ue floor'tur:
I KG.. Duncan visited I sjyal j ; H pitai since .Oct. 23,y.fereAe TUES. & 'WED. mart > :I phon WO 4-itll. .Tt<-hg | nace with built-in fan and 3 ker-

$$445 1955 Chevrolet Pick-Up daughter, Miss Margaret ,Rose ] undenyent ,ffliajor ,,UXY. --Nov. 22 &23 I IT 'IS; i iI '- '45 Chrysler 5 new. i::owrw cpuL-o heaters If. G. Bolling
heater, .rad1! pen* battery, 4;i N. >\'alnut, .t. phone WCX 4-JWi
ovefctheweekend. : Mrs' I
Duncan. at Cocoa Beach Mr. and ; ; J. p. ;Caldwell !!!Te earn t recent motor'tow* 1 I"hll'
PRICED TO SELL : i and--Mrs.:X L awll.and'.childriBa L: |i' chis m Sandra lJe.Uvo. Keyetone- iLi- .
, ii ; : | < : ;: 7
.4. 475 'Up room wotr te block
Mrs. Pauline Torpde underwent >! visited relatiyes In .Reddick Suiqay iI i I' rite; (? J! '. \ boo lie: Bath carport. large screen
pajor surgery in St .Vincen t's, lIe7locfl. ,540 Uve: I| TO RKXT 2 or 3 .,(4p; .orchnsi school on 301. Ideal lo-
I 1 f house as tooa as i r cation for.bonu aod bu.I t'8.. Coa-
I .
$595-1955 Olds Fordor Hospital on Tuesday. .Her, daug li-' I Iler r. and .Mrs. Howe 'IS, Moredock ? F I Contact Mrs. MarT' .M. i I tact owner by phone Waldo. ,HoI

; Mrs. L. W. Hieatt of Orlandpi ;' ( i Coral l' Gables were Sunday 1 :- 4 tnlf"rat. .. .Howeyln-tbe-HiiK. F Ia. I hilt' 8 ", __ I
F' 4-7! '
SERIES, FULLY EQUIPPED$5951955StudelakerSta.W. is )!jth here ] yisS tors of Irs. ..JoeWilson.., ..ual '. I I -- ,.1.hS'. t FOR g.u Argentine Bahla
1.trs; Vernon Brinson of Maccjenny !- Air. and ,Mrs. Wi K: Hayes pf J' ttrrt. : &'T Xlcely Furni da- seed.kvlb.. JUician. Conner. -Itox
tlr f .
j Convenient to downtown Stack phoneto -< ll.
spent vpie weekend '.with ;Mtomi,spent,the reekend. ,withes' irml H..- t i j U. only 377 X. Walnut St. 4tchg 12Lake. -
I ) the John Torode'children while ., j pjareats; .Mr. ,and Jlrs. E. W..JIay.es .; "Jr* ? ; M.'."! ln. 1 Itpj -

they were in Chicago. IU. i .Mr. .and Ifs. John ,.Deas : R. ;c-LHJ4gtitJ; Jilt: 1FtL18HE1)
I 11'K .Ir.""
CLEAN! Hallmark Christmas ,Girds on i cj pdren of Lake, city ;y.e itli' r, tfullT lance ,a I'T 5dtv .1y. .. Iul4e pete.Itffcg.

|iplanow .at BI1iia's tffhg 1 t b ejr family pp Sunday," Cartoon ,call or Bust .1 JT5.Mse. nea".r, ., ,

Judge T. A. Yawnattended a >lkrpld; .'" and jjetty -.J' aii Sponsored\ by the Freshman ',:C.'H'.S.' .,31'!l1 1 ITOR f SALE"IXlt"rill' IS.JS, many

$595T- !1955 Packard 400 Set committee-- meeting atjSjlTerj. } ]Shpiitt!: gf ;ritoiiSoutber" :tl i C. _; Bradford High School t: Fi a. ; 1 j i I'lltatb patterns tubs ftfd.rnk.couches.lavatories.taJble' ,washing used-
Purpose .
D Springs Sunday and.Monday. versity .wwe-home-tol'- week: ADULTS ,65c : frru. machine.and sulji. Farr Bar-
HARD TOP, FULLY EQUIPPEDLATE of. thy meeting was -to'form.' :,,,nil. i in ;.r.I._ I ffaln C.Bter.r|* miles K of town
.cIILDIl 35e ..11. Hlway ?..f atB&G Truck .Stop.
: I .
elate the
plans for County Judge i
Klrseh Draperjr Sods at Staardware. rke
'J ". .. _.,_ .. Convention tobe held in'February ;> ; "" x tfchj th. .Days. ,Same Admission? : ""."""SDt J I I I Itp

and to discuss vith .., peparj!J 'Mrs: W.. A. .Stern and..Miss. ; An. ,Day.. pvrsou I 1 I ton fOR Wage K...E\-* .'V-. ISjJ.$ .Ford...!h 4,verdrire.dr. it*-

MOR'EI ment of Safety proposed: legisr : :Louise Stern, attended t the ,con-[ -- .- .JI\ 1;ew paint' Good condition. Contact

lation pertaining to the issuing] ;i rt WedAe day .evening cccc tie JHUBS. & FRLNOT. .::. I Ooorge''''-. Rlcl s. Starve Cabinet Itp

I of drivers lic nses. I j i Muskr Association at the 24 & ,25 "

MODEL USED Mr. and Mrs. Butch Smith':; rge/Washjngtoft A Hotrt ia JagkSHlttV -,. 4- 1 .- 1 &AN1Aw'

U .CARS AND TRUCKS bave moved to Gainesville Where :| $. f Sale ii gmtee$

Mr. Smith ia managing I the !: Judge and Mrs. G. I* P.attenrand I 1't1E.IIaEt' j I : $,ee .STV1 ; ;I STARKE 'RADIOPhone &.tnI

'o TQSCTqM Starke Laundry branch office.' 1 ,tr. an4 :3l3 ,- Arsh Thomas' l IVUL BIY""ER 500 [f : -. Bracing De- e..1 I AVO 4-"n1.

,Ordr .Imprinted and Photo !Ltranlie ir.: will 'be aiurdjiy eyenujg din- 'MiTZi GAYNOR t t I cYIt7W4-| IGIDAIHB} -i I '

I. -'" Christmas Cards ,now at ser guests of, Mr. and Mrs.. John : I TJaQa ,. -1 I >

Your Authorized Ford Dealer .Bollintton's. tfehcMr. I Cr wsin' )1ac; leJ1 ,: NOEL COW.uD : .1 1 1 I N 's Tree 'See PLLIANCE .

-' jui4 Mrs. JjEin S. She?>r'' Mr. ancT ilrs. "DickSiefferman 1

Pard.of, Demppolis,,.Al'?- lspend; acS Sr.- and' Mrs. Dneward t> 1: : < PETE SAPP: 'J. ii*PBTTO.V s.' Tttonrof PLOltlST 1 in.

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.1-. I ) it JfU Cuba Topic AtWoman's r. .. I First Christian Booster Club Christians Hold-' ]

ClubWednesday' t I .
Teachers HonoredAll Bake Sale -1
"* The Booster Club will meet at I 1 .

Sunday School teachers andcffic'crs I I 7:30 tonight (Thursday) in the i I The Young Adult Class of the .
; ,J. T. Coccmizc spoke 'on Cuba, of the First Christian I high school cafeteria. Plans will I Christian Church will hold a bake .

I and its people, and customs at Church were honored during Wor. be made for the annual football I sale in the business district at 10 ,
the Starke Woman's Club meeting 4; ?r3n. 'm.
Services a. Saturday The class en-
ship last Sunday. The! banquet and all members are .
Gladyst MootyS cn Wednesday afternoon of gages in many worthwhile pro-
centered to
message around ma urged attend.
last week. The program was under jects to aid the church. .

Building Council' Of 'Christ Or Chaos'Is a r sky. the International Relations terials used and the means of ,
department with Mrs. Guy An y 7J teaching. Each teacher was pre- I .

,ji First' Presbyterian Theme Of drews as chairman.Mrs. i seated a plaque in recognition I I

: D. L. Thomas president,, of service rendered. DRESS MAKINGAND
: i Formulates Plans lst I ,Christian Youth ;
presided over the meeting and I
L The Sunday School Superintendent '
:( Mrs. E. D_ Tenly! gave the de S. G. Denmark a
' The ,Building, Council of the i "Christ or Chaos" was ,the ; was given a "
.*r First Presbyterian Church met l theme at the First Christian votional on Wisdom. Mrs. W. H. x Y. Good Shepherd plaque for this REWEAVINGblolh ,

-.'* Tuesday night to begin formulating Church Christian Youth Fellowship i'Hart gave the library"report in t guidance during the year. t
which they netted $75 on their: .
I"."-,. plans for financing and conJ group .(high school'age) Sunday I Emphasis of the message was Holes) Burns Tears
book sale with the being
' money on the fact that
structing a new church and Sun night ,.as two new members. { most church
..b; School Patricia I fused for furniture for the chitdren's 'members come from !Mrs.\ PhippsYO 4-6471 ; SI.
day plant. and Diane Wynn, were I Sunday 307 ,, Lafayette
The installed. all library room. School ranks, and that most of
committee was organizeds I Parents .of member i.is ; t.t
:. Mrs. Hollis Knight, second vice the children have no other ,
with the election of Guy Andrews were invited, and 30 attended. spiritual
.* tf chairman. Mrs. Herbert Green I The program began in the sans Padgett-Sapp president, reported that she and: Business Club Pres. training than what they re, .J

t was elected secretary, and L. V.fr ., tuary with each person being her comimttee are having the ceive in Sunday School.
I Hardin was named treasurer of I given a candle. After an' impressive Engagement- Told Club charter ,amended and To Speak At' A color sound film will be: '
*'.J this new group. message by Franklin Tom- clearing the title of the building. District BPW shown at the Christian Church at WAR\ WAR ON PRICES!
I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Padgett ]Reports were given by Mrs. ,Clyde 7
In addition linson, the Christ, each p. m., Sunday the \
I to the officers the posed as Sr., of Starke the concerning :
announce en-
I''- .' Council consists of Rev. Barry one lighted a candle from his. Terwillegar. finance chairman Mrs. Dorothy ,Patterson of St. conversion of the Jailor. The pub GO SUPERETTE GO
gagement of daughter.
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* and her committee, Mrs. lic is invited.
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Vandeventer Mrs. Robert dressed in '
pastor, Harley
Tommy Catherine Augustine, President of the Flori-:
to Rudolph Sapp, son and
'.'UT: Benner V. Nichols white led the into ]Felos. Mrs. Herbert Ritch I
A. Tom Ca- ,
group a .room I -
of Mr and Mrs Eldon,Sapp, ,also da Federation, Business and
j Mrs. C. L. Scholl, on negotiatingwith
.c* uy, and Mrs. T. A. Yawn. where an altar was lighted, and of Starke. I Biggs Circle
"' Committees were appointed to an angel, ,(Elaine Harley) knelt the Florida Bank of Starke Women's Clubs will be Caeh SUPJEnfAND
The bride elect Is Meets
. a graduate :
,*..:* survey the specific requirementf in prayer. The procession was of Bradford High School, class pertaining to selling the club's guest speaker when the Starke Tuesday

4 and needs of the church. then led into another room show- of {property. club is host to the District Three
59. Mr. is also The
Sapp a grad- Ethel
of Chaos The following trustees were recommended Circle of the
ing a glimpse dimly uate of BUS class of '58. by the executive meeting on Sunday, Nov. 20. The j,First Baptist Church met Tuesday SAS
lighted and nothing of
t Thanksgiving : Returning to the sanctuary, the Plans for the wedding will be j board and accepted: Mrs. J. W. meeting will be held in the Brad night. Nov. 8,'at the home of Mrs. ,

r .:' Service new members stood before the announced at a later ,date. Kincaid. Mrs. Junius Smith Mrs. ford High School library, and I,;A. L. Crosby Jr., with Mrs. O. F. LONG GRAIN / .
Christ and relighted their candles W. B. Parks Mrs. Edward Burns, luncheon will be served by Mrs. i Siemer'a'S cohostess.A RICE .../5 lbs- 55cnni.Lnnns
', '< I The Starke Ministerial Alliance after a period of instruction. Pastor Of I 1st Baptist and Mrs. Herbert Ritch. Mrs. O- Sarah Hunter and her staff at" program on Israel and the _
-. announces that its annual Union A banquet was enjoyed by all Honored L Haynes. $r.. and Mrs. W. E. Baptist work there was given by svlt.F .
:: Open : the Starke Elementary School Mrs. O. F. Siemer '
i. I Thanksgiving Worship ServiceWill and the evening closed with a Middleton remain as trustees. Jr., Mrs. Lewis
"' be held at 10 a. m. Thursday friendship circle outdoors, a message House And ReceptionMembers During the social hour the cafetorium. I Irby, Mrs. Marion Payne and L QvR. 5 ]lbs._49c3VBLEACH

1 Nov. 24, In the First Methodist of challenge by Elaine Harley hostesses served pumpkin pie and Mrs. Valerie Shoemaker, District Mrs. Norman Allen.

: :\! Church.: The message will be and a goodnight song and of the First Baptist coffee. Director, of Jacksonville Plans were made for mission 1.2 gal. 29c
,'-rbrought: by Rev. Leo A. Hebert, I work to be done during /
,, crayer. Church honored Rev. and Mrs. Beach, will conduct the meeting VEGETOLE
'* >- pastor of the First Baptist t Refreshments were ] d. :
1 Little WomenA
Leo A. Hebert Decemberi' '
. '(:) Church.As at "open house"and and the Jacksonville Club will the 14 members SHORTENING 3 Ib. tin 49c
. St. Mark's
in previous years, a freewill Auxiliary reception at the pastoriumon banquet honoring new members have charge of the Workshop. ,>** with $5.00 order

..:,' offering will be taken for the Meeting HeldThe N. Walnut street, Sunday was enjoyed by the LittleWomen's i Entertainment will be presented Hay'Ride H ( :ByKingslejfYWA _

,' benefit of Hope Haven Hospital I afternoon from three to five o', by the St. Augustine Club. LIVELY
I Club at inset monthly }
in Jacksonville. .' Women's Auxiliary of St clock. Mrs. Patterson, the principal ., DOG FOOD 10 for 79c
Mark's Episcopal Church met in meeting last Monday night at the cans
Arrangements of pink and lavender speaker will use as her subject. ThLJangsley Lake Baptist
;" ', PresbyterianVomen the Parish House Monday morn- club house. The new memberswere "The Fault\? The Blame?" She is jr 1s: A. will meet at the homed
.. .chrysanthemums PURE LARD 45 $5.75
ing at .9:30: o'clock. The devo were
Carol Searing. Carol Ward well informed on'worJd affairs, Miss Caroline Norton on Thursday -
/ Meet Tuesday tional was led by Mrs. Mattie used to advantage in decorating I Henri "Lou Dennis, Sally Hardin, as well as local and national ma.f'I evening, Nov. 17 at 7:30:;

'd The Gahagan.Mrs. points of interest throughout the Linda Hopkins, and Ann Parker. ters. She is a person of mny '' I o'clock. '

general meeting of Women .. Edward Bums presented home The ,tea table was lovely The buffet table in the sun- fessional organist, and is Q1 ist The Youth Fellowship of the DAILY 1
r s of the Church of I FRESH SEA FOOD
First the new slate of officers as follows with an imported lace outwork room was covered with a centerpiece talents, one being that of1}' a pro- ]First Presbyterian Church held a

rPresbyterian Church will be held : '. linen cloth composed of a large pumpkin of her church: in St. /ugustine.At J hay ride party and weiner roast
$ ', at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 22. Pro Mrs. Herbert Thomas, president: centered with an filled and surrounded with one time she Conducted a I last: Saturday afternoon. '

. ,', gram topic will be "In His Name." Mrs J. W. Kincaid, vice presi artistic arrangement of pink and fruit and vegetables The eight florist. business ins;t. Augustine, I The hayride started at the FLA. ORANGES doz. 18c

dent; Mrs. James Blackshear, lavender chrysanthemums. Silver dining tables were centered with and now owns ,and operates a (church: and they rode through the

,', secretary; ; Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr., coffee services were placed at orange candles with pyracantha public stenographic and bookkeeping I Heilbronn section for two hours, YELLOW ONIONS 3 lbs. for lOc

Who's Got The 67 treasurer. ; Mrs. Stanley NoegeLchair either end of the table and three- beiries at the base of the holders.On serica'Mrs. returning to the home of Mr. and
: an Christian Education: the president's table 'was an Pa) e/son was a charter ]Mrs. R. G. Paterson for a weiner NO.
Buttons? Mrs. W. H. Graham chairman branched silver candelabra held
I artistic dried arrangement. member helped organize the roast
I Social Relations. burning pink tapers. Pouring atdiffert'nt 10 lbs. 34c
,Carolyn Pellum, program chairman Alice,' T f' Club, and in 1947 Chaperoning the 21 young
hours were Mrs. H. L. '
introduced J. W. Kin helped the club in St.Augusti 1 folks
Mrs. r
were Mr. and Mrs. Hank _
Brownlee, Mrs. H.- 1,. Hough. Mrs. /"' -.r __ -' _1R-
caid sponsor, who gave an interesting She has'servcrl as F. B. Beard, Mrs. L. G. Powell. talk on "Etiquette. in Ltv presided of. ,her ,club,, director I and Mrs. Alex Yawn. !'PLACE' YOUR ORDER FOIl FLA. GRADE "A"
Mrs. M. F: Hazen. Mrs. Garl
1 KUi ing." of '.Di/ .ct ,3-4, State Interna
Mathews, Mrs. S. L., Peek, Sr, Hostesses for the evening were tiona/-:,:'Relations.,Chairman State Helen Masters Circle
and I
x..l < MrsJ, E Hildebran.The TURKEY Hens For Thanksgiving
.Kathy Struth Kay Hart Janet Treasurer,. State Vice President, :
i punch table was placed on Nichols and Mary Dug er. }I aAjf' President-elect. Besides her :Held Tues. Meeting ,
the porch, where fern and pink t church and club work, she takes 10 TO 12 POUNDS

. chrysanthemums were attractively Mrs. Bill Weldon in' ,active part in the, 'Rebekah Helen Masters Circle Mrs. M
.J."f arranged around the punch and of Eastern B. Jordan leader, met at the home
"} bowl. Presiding at the punch bow Honored At Shower edge I r'. I. Order Star:, I of Mrs. Leo A, Hebert at 10 a. m. SPARE' RIBS-FL&: -'. 'Ib. 39c

First 'Quality Southern Pine were' Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Mrs. PTA Council :Tuesday. The program on "Women .
John Green. Mrs. James Drew Mrs. William Weldon was nory Witnessing" was presented by PIG FEET 2 lbs. ,for 15c
spill GRADE MARKED Mrs.' W. S. Haas, Mrs. Merrill I ored at a stork shower Thursdty Meeting. HeldThe Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, assisted by ','

Edwards, and Mrs. Bill McRae. evening, Nov. 10, given by (Il./s. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. HICKORY SMOKED{ .

Greeting.guests at the door and Warren Roach, Mrs- G, W Richards Bradford County CouncilOf J P. Dill. Opening prayer was by HAM HOCKS Ib. 19c

DURAPINETREATED I presenting them to the receiving : Mrs. Richard Richardsjand PTA's met Monday night at Mrs. w.' B. Mundy, and Mrs. FRESH GROUND
line were Mrs. li F. Dinkins Mrs. .Mrs. Henry Stefanelli at the!tome 7:30 o'clock at the, Southside Elementary I Charles Phipps closed with the :

: LUMBER-FENCE POSTS Lex Green, Mrs. W.. B. Mundy, I of the latter. School 'with four' schools Calendar of Prayer for ,Mission HAh1BURGER.Ib.. / 49c

and Mrs. A.-R. Norman. In the The refreshment table f covered represented. I aries. Refreshments were 'served RIB ANDBRISKET" ?, ..-''.?-f ,': '
BARN POLES receiving line were Rev. and Mrs. with a yellow line cloth Ray Reddish, dean of Studentsat 1 by the hostess to 11 members and .

I ACC SALTS-PENTA-CREOSOTE Hebert. Col. and Mrs. J. E, Griffin with matching napkins/and' a Bradford High School, gavean 4 one visitor. STEW lb. 33c

and Mr, and Mrs. Orie Wig I centerpiece of yellow marigolds. informative talk on Bradford Brownlee Circle met at the CHUCK '

s WHOLESALE AND RETAIL gins.Mrs. A silver coffee and tea service youth' who go to' college, why ]home! of Mrs. Floyd Green and STEAK ROAST Ib. 49c
Charles Hardy; sqpial was placed at one end of the many do not go, and told of the J Mrs. E. W. Hayes had charge of or

E chairman, also had assisting her :table. ,I testing program in the school.A 1 the program on Israel. Mrs. L. WHOLE SIDESMOKED

General Pole & Crossarm Co. in caring for the guests:'' Mrs. E. Several appropriate;:feames were short ,business session was G. Powell, co-leader, conductedthe BACON Ib. 35c

D. Tenly. Mrs. C. A. Knight. ,Mrs. I played by the 15, .g ests during conducted by the president, Mrs. I business meeting in the ,ab-j
Charles Darby Mrs. C J. Houpt, 1 the evening and praes were awarded S. G. Denmark. ,j sence of the leader, Mrs. Lang. ill
Springside-St. Rd. 100 Palatka EA 8.1401 Mrs. S. L. Peek. Jr., Mrs. M. H. to the Winn rs. ]Eleven: members' ended.

c heopard Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mrs.

Kate Mrs. M. B. Rosier,
Sheppard. _
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Mrs. J. R. Tavlor. Mrs. M. B. Jor ;

San Mrs. T R. Harding and Mrs. _

naul Raymond. -Pc.
MONEYWHEN Livingroom
ADoroximaMv 300 guests called: i

Curing the appointed hours. .
i I

.. Ann WinninghamFeted At ShowersMiss with Reversible Solid Foam, Cushions

Ann Elder whose mar- Regular $214.60
riage to Hampey Winninghamwas

an event of Nov. 10, was
-" NEED feted at two showers the first of $

last week $1

Monday evening Nov.'7, Misses Y

IT Charlene Dennis and Charlene >a .
Hardy gave a delightful bridal
shower for Miss Elder at the
home of the .. '-'
latter on N.. Walnut M. -a-
y Only $15.00 DownY
LOANS TO Street.
$600For An attractive arrangement of .
colias and pine cone lilies was a y X 7cr

Any Worthwhile Purpose focal point In the living room.

The refreshment table in the din- .-.

ing'room held a pot plant center-
:" TAXES oiece. Mrs. Charles Hardy presided -

{ .. UNPAID BILLSMEDICAL at the silver ,coffee service at
one end of the table and Charlene
Hardy poured punch at the other
end of the table. Cup cakes, nuts, ,? icop.
1 I. ,_..:, CASH ,PURCHASES and mints were also served. f ,. a t-. M ai

ETC. Several games were played during -
..' ; the evening and three 'prizes i Y '

were awarded. -

: Twenty-four guests were Invitedto

,Prompt Service With% attend this lovely affair.

The Women of the Kingsley

Money ProblemsSTOP Lake Baptist Church gave a
: 'I j l lovely bridal shower Tuesday GROUP AS SHOWN INCLUDES Sofa with Matching Chaire

evening. Nov: 8. at the home of

IN OR CALL Mrs. Robert L. Smith at Kingsley Two Step Tables e Cocktail',Table Two Table Lamps
Lake for Miss Elder. DENMARK

Blue and white' crepe paper e Two Sofa Pillows

streamer and arrangements of
chrysanthemums were used as08.rtf Ones yea see this exciting new fumifure..youH know why it is indeed our proudest achievement in :

FINANCE CO. decorations. A bridal doll Veto See the striking beauty..Iwxwrio i styling...fee! the quality of rich 'new fabrics..lK superb FURNITURE CO.
centered the
refreshment table.
Y Comfort of dP-f oars.cushonsM.besl! of a\\.tfad\\ it so easy to own.Using our convenient terms!
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II Juniors
: Melrose
I FFA To Sponsor i IT PAYS TO" .
Iied The cast is composed of Joe
,e I Shoot .I Present. Class Play Trade with SLADE
torial' i. Farmer's DiaryBy Sat. Turkey Ii i Angle, Maudie Tyre Carol Hurst,
i.i Larry Strawn, Ed Yarns, 'OledaBowen
\ i Sam McGarvw; I Bradford Chapter FFA will hold ,, The Junior Class of Melrose j Paulette Tyre, Michael

, '. I IJ IJ'I a turkey shoot starting at 8 a. m. High School "will present its class:' Renfro. Jeanette Ahrano, Johnny Bottled"GasIn
\ i IJP Now, we have instant cook-in-a-' !: Saturday, Nov. 19 on the. \:east ; play Saturday night, Nov. 19, at Prevail :Mary Tyre. Doris Ford, '", >
minute oatmeal and it tastes to (
United Party Government \ bo\rtof' warined-up |' side of Alligator Creek bridge! onj!I 8 o'clock in the auditorium. Ad- and Bessie Ridenour.
us like a sawdust :
t' I. State Road 100. The charge "il I Ii mission "will be: children under 6, $6.50 ,
Returns I ( I, shot. 25 cents; students, 50 cents; '
To WashingtonOn I i be $1 per t
Trouble .today is we're saving \I: Those who shoot *are asted toI .' adults, 75 cents. Wait For The 67

Wall Street: A brisk upswing was the stock market's : too much time. We save it from.!I bring their own 12 guage gun., The faculty director is Mrs. Button Man ; No Gas :Cost .
I i Shells,will, -be furnished and guns Sue :Murphy, and student directorsare Lestms's'
reaction to the Kennedy victory on November 8. ;' :morning until night,.in each and I! for those who do not! Carol Hurst and Chris Spires. j Than ?
affirmed !provided
On Call Street: More than one retail merchant 'I everything we do, and yet we Dinners will be served on the I
the fact that "business was better last Saturday" ,, Well, the election is over with never have as much leisure' or {!|i bring their own. n \1\i school grounds preceding the.:

whether because of the Kennedy victory, or just because j and: at long last we can look foru time to relax as people had years j! -. .. .

the election was. over, no one would venture to say. :: d to the end of the Benson agoYou may know what it's all .

Bui whether Wall Street Call Street, most opinion, a iministration which put more I about, but to us it is very con- ,
on or
\ small farmers out of business .- '.. ":' .,: ":': ". .
written or expressed, seemed to go along with Walter Lipp- ; than the boll weeviL We realize fusing. 5 S .: '."
man who said: "For myself, I believe that the country is that the farm problem is compli- i- : '
well take an old ax han-
Guess ; .fJ' :
safer and that the future is better because Kennedy ra- 'c,led but we also well remember ;, die and; whittle it down to fit the j -' _:( ; ,

therthan Nixon won this close.contest" u he approach that FDR mane to | broken grub hoe and let the rest ; :;'v." ., ."
Earnest TC..Lindley in Newsweek's election special said: pi roblems in his time: we'll try I of the world go racing by. .

"Kennedy is the kind of man the nation can rally be- something) and if that doesn'tork. else '. 1

hind: Attractive, intelligent, informed vigorous, resolute, .w4ippetent. Benson: well tried try one something thing and stuck ; Wild Life Officers :, ; :;': T ;:

He has vision and political skill. There is an 'with it for eight long years and j Show Films At Rotary t .. ': .:-' ; ,.,;," ; '..- ..
*wrasof destiny about him. I!, h e drove a lot of small farmers off ... ; : I ">':
*?JQ) Protestants who,ieared the election of a Catholic'; 11wilJ leir! farms. ;j I IAn Wayne Hook, information and '

Ihi'iu-cDnfjdent, gradually find that they were wrong. S. education officer with the Game t.
"Kennedy ''las! the makings of a dynamic President :! speaking of this, we read: & Fresh Water Fish Commission, : ,
perhaps even la 'reatone." > tJ hat one of the leading agricul- ;'and W. .C. Jackman, wildlife officer -

Not only I at home:; but also abroad, was Mr. Kennedy's l!ural experts with corporation says there's farms.nothing He !I for Bradford County and '' '
Tong: showed interesting -
election generally view "wth! satisfaction. ';?oints out that the little farm I! Camp hunting films at the Starke ; ; i
In the words of the Lor,]on, Evening Standard: "The ,, c an incorporate too, and if that ;' Rotary Club Wednesday. They I'ere.introduced REFRESHMEN.

people-of the United States have'voted for tolerance. vision ;ii i sn't t a dandy piece of fuzzy thinking :!i! \\ by Jack Trawick, '

and change the outcome ot f he. religious question ; i we've never heard any. Ac- i who had charge of the prograjn aI r' .j
the reputation of the U. b. to him. one of our little -
strengthened ..,s a country that not only preaches tolerance but practices: ;. i!i Bradford farmers needs only to concerning ; ;
'' !ncorporate to compete with the i answered questions ... ,
the viewed .
In France Kennedy victory was v "the reappearance regulations and other subjects j. t
,]JIG 14 who control agriculturen I game ,
of the United States on the world scent:,"The < j related to hunting season. Vi\1ITJFi ."" "

French people reportedly believed that since the abortvlfi i-1 i this state.. i iI I.; ; ', <.i..,.-" ,., J',!,,:," .

summit and the unfortunate U-2 affair not only had the U>.")T very farmer knows that weed I: Lake Butler Forest j '.-,_*,-> .<

S. 'suffered setbacks in many parts of the world, but U. S. :seed m germinate for a longtime I Is "Still Hunt Area" ;, : .-. ,} .. --
leadership had been hampered. but, recent experimentshows

In West Germany, Chancellor Adenauer noted that the : that soik ds Diu;last a A "still hunt area" has been FOR THANKSGIVING.i;
President: of the United States, more than any other gov-:'hundred years: Batvui the last established in the Lake Butler : :

ernment chief, carries the. responsibility not only for his |century a Michigan number Stag professor Wild Life Management .Area, ac- .
own pation, but also for the well-being of the whole world.E{' preserved a "or weed I cording to an announcement by '. -
when they *
seeds and twere" <$ted .
The personality and principles of Senator Kennedy are a'last spring a number of th** Dick Eighhorn, biologist with the .; '.
guarantee that he "will represent with prudence and .,germinated .;,Game & Fresh Water Fish Com- '. '.' ...' f.. 'J.. .
I "
strength the cause of peace in freedom" Dr. Adenauer de- S 1 l.twsion.I I f v 4
: affected i is1 located inthat' .
dared. I I Good reports continue to come area : -
j '1ion of the Lake Butler ,
In a practical vein, U. S. News & World Report noted j in on the berry crop and it looks t managm:nt area south of State < ffrl

that Senator Kennedy's election restores to Washington a i now as though we may have a I! Road 100.Vo dogs are allowed in i

united party government for the first time in six years, j!very good season. Wonder, I this area, 'txgnhorri stated. T- T: .
though if with our later plantings I ,
with executive and both chambers of Congress controlledby t '
I ;: .
Democrats. well have any fruit by I

There are definite advantages in having a President of !Christmas. I WHILE U S\-VAIT ,,. '1 t t +{

the same party as a majority of Congress, and this factor Sam bedded up a ow by hand ,: !, r h'A.iJ -

will be of immense aid to the new President in an intensi- !this week [for a few berries] and 1 i OR \ ,&. .,
fication of the defense effort, generally expected to be it was a tough job for someone \ f I $ w. '
One Day ServiceCOURTv
among the first major acts of his administration. The purpose who hasn't lifted: anything but a {; Y} ,t
: to strengthen the U. S. hand in dealing with the Communists pencil for a long time. Going to I ,-.. -
at the conference table: to refute the Soviet's'claim 'I get a few plants this week and I ITiy
set them out and put on some SHOE REPAIR .

that history is on their side; to demonstrate thatours I
plastic mulch and maybe we'llhave
not theirs i is the government and society of tomor- some berries. 126 North Court St. -;,

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Mr. Kennedy will come to the White House with a i Read a book this week about E. A. Hall Owner L Mgr. .

burning confidence in his country's mission and its ability j I Ireland and it told that flowers I
tq carry i it out. Washington, once again will become theI I bloom there the year 'round.
Vqrtfer'.of action'and[ change. The United States will start !Well, the Irish have nothing on ::.. z ; ; ,- 4

alpng.a knew road next January 20. i us here, for we can always find ._ \t'i'
I wild: flowers blooming here in the \ 4
woods even on the coldest daysof ) 1
Revising County Precincts I the winter. \
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/s A. 1961 'Must'i!i\I.we pump This ate is'is enjoying a fireplace marvelous ours.weather The invention, heat and If ,7e:2Ii: ;

Hardly enough be said in of the system I
can praise new J Jof i and it is efficient and economical -! :ii t:;, :

{ ballot-counting instituted here several years ago. This but we love to sit in front of I .'-....... : \ \ ,... .
has made it possible for the county to get its election re- the fireplace and relax. The fireplace I .. ,:!::::::.:..{( ,;;: .o o. D. ',. .y ep, D .p '; ,d' ,,.

tijrns in on time, and without the necessity of resortingtq tells'us to take comfort and 1: ( { r'k :

expensive and cumbersome voting machines. enjoy ourselves, that all our pro- ,_ I
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la last Tuesdays election, despite the mammoth job of i blems are as old as time, while I .M.':."
counting more than, 1,600 lengthy ballots in the North 'j the heat pump just reminds us

Starke precinct, the job was finished there by 2 a. m., I i that there'll be an electric bill .- :" ? .
I coming :and we'd better scratch
thanks to the new system of sorting the ballots in each !: : i
around to pay it. r
race and counting each race separately, rather than using :+ e '

the obsolete and slower "tally" method. Alice's pyracantha and cassiaare I. 31
The speed and efficiency of the sort-and-count method I putting on a real show now. I "NO! You con get your

is: shown by the fact that the job in Bradford's largest 'The former is a blaze of Chinese- ,: loon from,

precinct was finished Just seven hours after the polls I red berries and the latter is a i! LOCAL FINANCE CO. r "

closed; while in some nearby counties notably Suwannee, mass of bright yellow, and we're I We ranjieip you, over the rough :
ballots were, still being counted Wednesday afternoon using I+I I going to plant them together in a spcttuwlUt> a timely loan to meet
the slower ally" method. I setting I so they'll provide a contrast any, emer Il'Y. Our service is '
who i i, for each other. fast," confidential and at modest ?1 '/:,
Charles Hardy, inaugurated the new system here 55 .
said, ,that it would have taken that long, or longer Jo count We get tired of reading about rate*' Consult us today ,

North Starke if the old method had been used. The I I how much better our foods are

saving of time means Saying of dollars also, and the amount I I today than they were years ago. tY I

saved the county since the divide-and-count method was ;:, They tell us "jiffy" cooking is;

started would be a considerable figure. 'i saving 1 a lot of time in the kitchen 1 ,I

Efficient as the new method is, it could be made even ;' for the housewife and we're I It
'in favor of that but for Pete'sI i
more so if the county's voting precincts were re-arranged
to,give some semblance of equality in numbers. As presently I sake the real question is what ( 1 // I II
i does it taste like? When we werE e et
constituted, the precincts from 2,342 registered
range kids in winter oatmeal was; I
voters in Precinct Two (North Starke) to 74 in Precinct I cooked overnight on an old kitch. .,-M i
Four (Graham-a) ridiculous situation when the law pro- I en range and it tasted GOOD i
vides that voting precincts should be as equal in size as .'0 .,: ''I

practicable.If I "We t'liminate'the middleman's profit .' a .
the precincts were re-arranged so that each had as "11
close to 500 as possible, the laborious job of counting the One Quart ?
ballots could be completed throughout the county in three F R E E With Each: A .T., !.

of four hours, even with the longest ballot. There wouldb or Gallon One you buy. r'ri \ ,

$ no need then-at least for .many years to come-to install ? i i. ,. ,
voting machines in the county at a cost of 25 to 30 Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal \ >

thousand. The new dollars.election law provides that voting precinctsmay MARY CARTER PAINT STORE KING SIZE COElEC. .j.jI I

be altered or new ones created in odd-numbered years, I

al d 1961 is an odd-numbered year. The County Commission 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 ,

sliould I. '
not let this opportunity without doing .U.S.PAT.orr I
about pass something __, ._," _. : ., "
overdue rearrangement of Bradford County
tpting precincts. When one precinct alone has 43 per cent t

of the county's voting strength, and another has less than HASMOREFORYOU 'J

one per cent, it is obvious that changes need to be made. I LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS I

Ejections cost an estimated $10,000 in Bradford County ,I

this year alone. With more efficient arrangement of voting .
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BRADFORD HIGH OCT Bantam League i' Green Cove Next ,

; .: presents. Top Slot Taken : BHS' Downs Santa & I II

DCT Diversified Cooperative ;,'ouh since the school plant! as w L I

Training! is f program aesignsd I such, cannot provide equipmentto [Continued Fran Page Ijjcutcd ''line and fullback Combs to stop i [ contest.
give students a vocational ,for real experience in all the vo- IBy Koch's DrugsKoch's the drive in its tracks. j f The win gave the Tornadoes: a

I education Batons with their aca Ie- ;j i cations.: Thus the community is ,' ay t t M; t :;Register to the Tornado, miscues The Tornadoes took over onj i l'7-0-1' season record and dropped

mic education J i directly helping with the training stated. (j their own six yard; line and the Santa Fe's to 7-12. Only Green
--'A DCT student's school day isof! its employable youth. Dru?s beat Terwillegai r Just two plays after the Tor- I third period of this highly important Cove and Starke have beaten the
divided Into four hours of study: This is the first of a series of : : :Motors 7-0 to take over first plat e nado score the first quarter end- Rebels.

in'the morning, and at least four !:articles that will appear perioii-: "- ; In Bantam League standings Saturday ed as did the scoring. But the ;j with victory them passed headed into upfield.history I Coach Register commented
, hours morning: while Torode'sstopped 5 second period was no less a I
1 of on-the-jcb training dur- cally in relation to the DCT pro- ; that. "Santa
Fe. played their best
J The two teams traded punts
ing the afternan: in a socially a> gram ani: the training agencies North Florida Supply r thriller than the first. I of the "
until with five game season.
minutes left in the
ceptable vocation. This the first of the, series, wr- Rebel Threat I
1 :x 136.Koch's game, Starke's surperb kicking "Smith the best tm
I xt' The Rebel's took Starke's kick- I player
I I v"This: is a practical approach to tains to those students training and Tervrillegar's went t "
J i specialists end Marion Cottle the field Assistant Coach Dave
I broadening, the opportunities: for in automotive and service repair. z into Saturdays game undefeated off on their own 20 yard stripe
punted deep into Rebel territoryto
and senior halfback Joel Buzbee i Hurse stated. The tough halfback
" Experience Is The Best Teacher 'tr B having tied each other previously returned it to the Santa Fe 45.. I the 16 yard mark. Then from gained 70 yards on offense -for art
: t Neither team generated much of f From that point the Rebels in- {their 24. Combs punted to the
ii __ [ an offense until late In the first;; Dialed an attack that carried j Starke 38 where the Tornadoes 8.8 average and made 16 tackle
I .;.. on defense. End Glenn Harrel
took and 10 to
over one
Ii period when Koch's moved the them 50 yards to the Starke four I go.
. WAYNE PARRISH ball to Terwillegar's 3-yard line though it took them 20 plays from I Smith Romps made 17 stops and tackle Allen

Training Agency: Brown's Refrigeration Sales & Service where Terwillegar held on downs( scrimmage, and all but four minutes I On the second play from scrimmage Crews matched Smith's 16. ,
and'took ever the ball. On the of the entile second quarter. halfback Tombo Smith Hurse; also singled out guard

;: next play the last of the first; With their 180 pound pile-driv- I blazed through the Rebel line, reversed I Neil Phillips and Ronald Crawiford
.( ; I quarter Roger Testone recovered[ iin fullback Garvin Combs. bear- his field shook off three for their bruising defensive

It r $ .z s I la fumble for Koch's and then i ing the brunt of the load: the i j would-be tackels and galloped 35 play calling Phillips, niost

"1'' 1 s f :.; 'Bobby White passed to Charles i Rebels punched their way down i yards to the enemy 24 before fin- I underrated player on the team."
field out four first downsin I tally being brought down. In three 1
Howell for 12 yards and the grinding The Tornadoes.orill .face Green
I I touchdown on the first play of the process. Combs carried the 'plays the Tornadoes drove downto Cove Springs,this Friday a team
Ir { F the second period. Greg Reddish ball 26 times about a dozen of the Rebel nine only to lose the 'i which .unbeaten.. and unscoredon \

____ Iran the point over and Koch's led .'them on this drive to gain 68 ball en a fumble to end their sec- in circuit play, in what is ex-
r ____ 17-0. '1 yards for the night. ond serious scoring threat of the j I peeled to be the best game of 'the
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A t ,- ay rt Terwillegar had possession of But with fourth and three togo night. 1 Season for'the Keystone Confer-

I the ball most of the.second half ,[ at the five yard line Starke's Halfback Duggar who led the fence championship. Coach. Register -

j but a tight defense by Koch's.held amazing forewall, always tough in,Starke backs with 83 yards;in | says the Tornadoes'will have
t 4 a them scoreless. Koch's stopped the ci'i rh. rose to the occasion ]t 115 carries was parted' from the i to duplicate, if not surpass, theirI
;. i'I and stopped the determined Re-! by two Rebel tacklers ina effort
$ zy them on the 1-yard line in 'pigskin I against Palatka to beat
'the. last two minutes to wrap up bels at the four. Coach'Register's crushing blow, with Duggar's I Green Cove.
''the' boys took over here and drove out ''moTnpntus carrying the ball to
t'e' game. { Starke's offense which last
,: H their 38 where end Marion '
4 '. the three-where a Rebel fell on it.
n: I I Outstanding defensively for [week cracked cut 1.6 first, downs
-- Cottle punted down to the Rebel
seconds left in
The with only
Koch's were Ronnie Tomlinson f' : and racked up 294 yards from
I j five yard line to end the half. 1 the and the Rebels trying
game ]
THOMAS JUDD 4 who recovered two Terwillegar !scrimmage, will most certainly
Twining Agency: Libby Sales & Service .# t fumbles, and J. R. Adkins who 2nd Rebel Chance Rebels\r i i:desperately to stay alive in conference find it tougher going against the
, Starke kicked to the ;I i play followed the longest I'
threw the opposing ball carriers '' line of the powerful Blue; Devils
I to open first' half play, in the hard fought contest.In
x. ; t . of 'play, held \;hem on downs and. a razzle-dazzle play that al- I I
and Bill Jackson stood out on
JERRY CHESSER I offense and Randy Joiner and forced them<- to punt. After Starke ,I\\mcft stood: the fans on their j I Team Starke SPFirst
r f I It.r had punted back and on Santa|heads, end Robert Davis took a ;' downs 15 8
Training Agency: Bowden's Body Shop Robert Edwards played good de- i' .
;second kick of the
rf Fe's posts from
fensively in the losing cause. pitchout under his own goal rushing 14 6
re-+ a Tornado hit the ball and and connected on a 62 yard pass from passing 0 2
f ._,,...' .', .-',';,;;:':.''- .er.,:'"vet"T". :;91 North Florida Supply- scored in'"it fell into Rebel hands on the ;nlav to halfback Fred Floyd who '
",. 1'," f'..... the second quarter after being them from penalties 1 0
I :: :_' Starke 31 yard line giving had raced behind' Tornado de-
I I stopped on the 2-yard line in the their long: awaited chance. i, I Yards gained rushing 236. 123
first by a stout Torode defense. fenders.: Yards .
I In seven plays from scrimmage, from gained passing fr 70
Wayne Blankenship went over with the highly touted: Combs carrying Flc'd'as pulled down halfback II Passes: Orb 4-11.
behind on the Starke by
a from 2 yards out tor the touchdown -

on five of them the Rebels Johnny DeVore in what was I Passes intercepted by 0 q(j
The try for.the point was
6iA drove down to the Starke six.
I no doubt a game saving tackle j) Fumbles lost 2 1
short and they led 6-0 at the
With just one short yard go
r scored the Rebels
: half. On the ,third play in the o *vr+'1 .hl\11 situation, the ,Had Floyd I Avge distance punts 4-37 4-33,3:
second halt I would have stood a good chance I Yards lost penalties 20 11
). Johnny ran Tornado line rose as one man, to
rf it least a tie Ball game, and }
42 yards for a touchdown for 't1'I"IJptf'Jv rvprnpypr the Rt'belI Starke's conference would | Score by quarters:
hopes j
Torode's and the game was tied | Starke 7000-7
up when the try for the poet the North Florida offense j have been dashed in one play I Santa Fe 000 0-0

I was short.. A few seconds< later Each team will play a short I With only a few seconds remaining Scoring summaries: _

Richara Williams intercepted a exhibition game before the Green ': Rebel signal caller Jim- I Touchdowns Starke
: .Tombo
t *,d ,x pess and ran 18! yards for the Cove Springs and the Bolles i my Hamm tried three desperation i Smith [1. run], PAT: Starke- !
winning touchdown. Westfall earnesB'rth tames will begin at i i passes from the Starke 38. But :;
I Martin kick] Officials: Referee,
mane the pcint on the last play :1 7 p. m. with Koch's playing Ter- j end Marion Cottle completely W. L. Kilpatrck; umpire, Sydney,
ELLIS CQLEMAN t t of the quarter. After that, neither ..-11.,1' Frtriav nisht.: and North,'.smothered the attempt by block-i Matthews; head linesman, liay.

Training Agency_ : Starke; Radio & TV Repair team threatened.: Florida playing Torode's Wednes- j''"IY the first nass almost before it I Mooneyham; field Judge, TGene
The winner's defense was led day night. j i left Hamm's hands. Then with the
-' : '.. '.: '-'-....''.- -:- by David Maruca and Don Huff. i The last two regularlv scheduled I Rebels! trying to throw from a 'j
-, ... ..,',' +<",,I spread formation and leaving the j --
: II \-p'i \1 k. c -':. LEATON MATHEWS den: 'and Steve Upderwood ftood I M":>nrt; v, Nnvi: 21-North Florida" :! Ivs I defensive ends open. Cottle j.The Button
: Training Agency: Slade Gas CompanyTornadoes' out defensively for North Florida.( Koch's, 4:15 p .m! 1 smeared Hamm twice l in -a grow Man.67
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r .. !} ti ,I Iv Blankenshio's passing to Emmett I Tie dav. N"v. 22- Terwillegar': and pushed Santa Fe back 281 i Is Coming?

16. tackles at his linebacker slo.t r Akridge!| and Johnny Warren led'' vs Torode, 4:15 p m. yards to end the nerve tingling.

Smith 'and earned 10 times for 74 yards. I

"He was the outstanding player -

; 'Ba k Of fetf% on the field" Register said! !' ..Thanks Folks

: Tombo a nickname which remains .

:j from childhood, has been .
(labeled as a player who won't
In Area ContestsSenior quit. Despite an \injured knee and For the fine manner in which you accepted us on our Grand Opening -

I Uhculder' he has yet to miss a ,. last Saturday. We are proud to be a part of this Community.
game this season. vr '
bo Smith Tornado was :chosen: halfback this Tom week., i A team leader, he's a "natural" I., You' will find us at all times in tune and willing to do our share in

R '3. by the Gainesville Sun as the|!! .captain. He goes both 'ways-of- .'. the progress and development of this. 'are a. Kenneth LaRue
fense .
', a'rr and defense-but prefersi
ry "top back of the week" among i I the latter, ., -Carl E. Stancil
dozen area teamr
I "Oh man, I Itoe that. I'd rath-;! < ,Y

$ ,. "Without nim there's no telling rjer r I play defensive linebacker than .t1;
what our record would: be". Coach jicairy I the ball itay day" said the '.,," .s' J(. ".,
NATHAN GREEN .1 Lennard Register has said of hL s ,'17-year-ol-J: Tdrnado back, who n, .:_ : is t 1' T .. J
Training Agency: County School TransportationALVAREZ' '. ..
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pound I .t
who wa;; was second A -Area last year ass : *4 ,J _
I chosen back of the week for hi! a junior. I

ii Men's ClothingEstablished l play against Santa Fe's RebelsIn This Frida s game with Green I _
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mil fill STORE 1894. 'III the Tornadoes' 7-0 import. i Cove Springs! for the Keystone y
: !: ,I ant victory over the Rebs, Smith l Conference championship will bee ii"4'" ; 4)

.: scored the game's only TD, mad< j one of the hardest fought contests _
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i success this year? Some will say ::4r : :
\ ., Rain I I -; : '- ]the son o.r 1tr.and. Mrs. Hogan

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City The city is now paying 80 cents place for a dancing establishment. I toxication. fined $27.50 or'' CHURCH OF CUltiST I II MADISON STREET" PTlST I
Council per thousand on a group plan for '"There is a time and place for 'Berry Bowl i (sentenced to five days in jail. I I I 900 Block W. Madison St.
Its employees to the Gulf Life Sunday: Bible classes 10 a.m.ji;j i
everything Councilman L4w-
Wayne Bobby Jeanette Clark Negro, Sunday School) 9:45: Jim
Jisurance Company. Douglas stated "and: that's notthe fighting and damage: to personal I Assembly Worship with the Lord's!Son* Superintendent
Okays Budget Council agreed to give Gulf place.. Queen Contest property, fined $27.50 or five days J Supper, 11 a.m.; Evening Assemb-! |:! Morning \otship,11:00.( :
Life an opportunity to. match Louis ,N. Smith complained to ifn jail. .y Worship 6:30: pjn. Tramipg.:Union 6:45, Jim Har-
/ I Tuesday Ladies Bible class 71 k kI
the lower rate of Life of !
Georgia council about unsanitary conditions Elmore Clarke Negro. fighting I ncn Director.
For Last Time company and then take both surrounding: E. J, Dowling's Draws 7 EntriesSeven 6p and damage to personal property I p.m. |I Evening Worship* 8:00.:
plans under advisement. garage on North Temple Avenue. .fined $32.50 or six days in jail. i Wednesday Bible classes 7:301 Wednesday, Prayer Meeting
Noegel Bros. Auto Dealers bid County Sanitarian Jack Trawick Alvin Jones Negro public in- ;' p m. Bill Simmons, preacher.-7:30.:
[Continued lYom Pate One] $52.50 under Terwillegar Motorsto 'tated 'he had given Dowling 30 contestants have already q toxication. fined $52.50 or 10 days: -
sell the city a new Ford truck days in which to install septic in ,
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pose the merger of the Atlantic for the garbage department. The tank, but that the garage owner ,1 entered competition to vie for the I Francis Bailey Negro public Intoxication I: STARKE MON. NOV. 28
Coast Line and Seaboard AirLine new truck cost the city $2,341.05.The had taken no action. 'honor of being first Queen of the five days in jail or a'!' ,
Railways. The resolutionwas Council also agreed to install Dowling was given until tomor- Strawberry 3owl charity football fine of $27.50.George -
sent to the secretary of the a separate transformer to row (Friday) to complete the in-)game on Deo. 3. Theodore Sheridan. Negro -" HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH[ NEAR TUCKS DRIVE-IN {
Interstate Commerce Commission power a delicate machine a spectrophotometer -tallation of a septic tank at the i Girls who have entered so far % speeding forfeited bond of ; AUSPICES: JUNIOR: CHAMBER OF CO5DIERCE
Im, Washington. D. C. used by the Bradford arage.. or a warrant for his arrest are: : ,$27.50. i DOORS OPEN 2:30() & 7 P. M. PERFORMANCES 3:30 & 8 P. M.
A representative of the city's i County Hospital to take mIl be issued. Mayor W. T. [Billy Betty Lou Wainwright, Starke. r.i. Pauline Clark Hill Negro disorderly ,
:engineering firm. Reynolds, Smith blood counts. The machine is very Jackson stated. I Caryn Lee Baker. Jacksonville. conduct fined $27.50 or
"and Hill of Jacksonville appear- delicate and its operation has G. J. McGriff Sr. appeared be- ,, Shirley Ann Thomas, Jackson- five days in jail. I
ed before council to explain theaged been disturbed due to heavy "ore council to request that a load- ville. I .f Columbus Hill Negro,. fighting I II &
of cathodic protection for equipment on the same line with 'ng zone be established on South Sara Woodburn, Starke I and damage to personal property I t
the new natural l gas lines. Council it causing fluctuations in the cur- Walnut at the rear entrance of i Suzanne LaMee Keystone ;a. : ,
agreed to have the firm run tests I rent flow when the big machinesare his General Electric Appliance :Heights. & i$27.50 or five days in jail; sen- -e ,
determine cut on and off. I Itence and put on 30
to if the city's protection Store. McGriff complained that j Elaine Harley. Starke. suspended
is adequate. R. C. PeeWee Dampier was Dentist Harry Gruen was granted Pat Smith Macclenny. \days probation.-
___ Insurance Plan refused by the council when he 1 private parking space that pre-1 I The contestants win be judged :' a' J I
A representative of the Life of requested a license to operate a vents the loading and unloading I on talent and personality as well FIRST CHRISTIAN' CHURCH
peorgia Insurance Company presented dance hall on South Walnut I of Streetsf' A
appliances. I as beauty I Cor. Call & Christian +
a group insurance plan Street between McGriff's General ; McGriff also 1 Dec. 1, the i'II i Ski
complained of :, Thursday night ; Bob L. Badgett Minister
Jor city employees to the council Electric Appliances and the Dixie rash and debris which blow from contestants will appear in bathing r r' I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Worship -i ,
which is five Tius! per thousand Grill. Council refused on the Tie in
Starke Radio & T. V. Repair suits and: will also be judged and Communion! 10:45 m.
: a-
cheaper than the present policy. grounds that main street is not on East Call Street into the yard [talent in the first elimination at Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir Practice 7 T S S
)f his residence 'the BHS auditorium, o'clock.1<
directly across 7:30: Star Trapeze ArtistIn 6 p Jn. CYP 7 p. m.
RADIO I DISPATCHED the street. Council referred both Ten finalists will be selected by Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. New
matters to the Police Departmentfor out of town judges at this time. Jaycee Circus Training for S'rv1ce.HATNG.
correction. Friday night, Dec. 2, the final- 1 r
SERVICI _.. City Attorney Arch Thomas ap-lists will be judged in formal even- Jennie O'Brien,,sensational star
I. roved a final payment of approximately -;ing gowns, anditl! also be scored of the high trapeze, will be one of CHAMPION

$20,000 to the Ameri- on talent, personality, and ability,i the featured performers when the AERIAUSTSACRO- ,
can Surety Company of New to answer a "fish bowl" question. j Great Sells & Gray Circus plays BATS AND EQUIUBRISTS
York the bonding company The Queen and the first and two performances here Monday,
installed natural gas lines in (second runners-up will be presented J!Nov. 28, under the auspices of the ,
Starke after Brown & Stevens j during half-time activities !,!Starke Jaycees.In r THRILLING RACESACREOF /
Pipeline defaulted on their con- at 'the Strawberry Bowl game on j addition to Miss O'Brienthere b, .J TENTS. 6-ELEPHANTS-6
tract. Dec. 3. They will receive trophies will be, the Apollo family of NELSON FAMILY WDILD'S nUTEST '
SALES In final actions, council votedto as well as gifts donated by local :' gymnastics and acrobats; the SPECIALSGAS : .
hy purchase four. fivegalton.fire. !merchants. )Ii flying Jordans, aerialists from I II 5 0 THE WORLD'S50, .-r

*M SERVICE extinguishers with which city fire- i All girls aged 16 through 21. j Sweden; the Silverton Trio from ; NEWEST BIG. SHOW \
men can fight small gl'1fires are eligible to enter the contest. i j England; and the usual batteryof .4 A",, '
nrevalent at this time of year. ,They should contact Mrs. Hal : clowns and trained animals. I r THE WORLD'S ,
RCAViCTOW'srEREO IIEC1I41:' Firemen were also ordered to repair f Hand [Box 129, Starke phone I Doors to the circus will open at FINEST CIRCU
(_ the, sign in front of the fire 4-47231) immediately. I 1 and 7 p. m., with performances t
; station. IWO i I II scheduled for 2 and 8 p. m.Mayorls DOUBLE ZOOSo'j! j
WOodland Council also authorized the Bantam LeagueTo -' ANIMALS .
w.r.s REPAIRS 4-6901 ALL MAKES purchase of a new motor for one & FUEL OIL ?
,, Court 7 .
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I \9.mH.N j Friday:Night I An even dozen cases, a third of ksIt-

SHEPHERD4i& Faces them for ,drunkeness, were dis- +I'' Central And f s. ...' '.. I 1y
; : .E. CALL SUIIU. Starling The Bantam football League posed of by Mayor W. T. 1BillylJackson I ( -- Fponsored by the Starke Recreation j I. in Mayor's Court Mon- ,;fi : ';
Department will put on a I '\ "oar: : 1 \
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Trial on Pair midget battle during., ;pre-game I I day.Randolph, Alexander Negro,, Space Heating ,::'."4 I, J 1
activities tomorrow night before reckless driving by speeding, for- '
the Green Cove Springs, contest. feited bond of 3750. \$ i iGLEAMING

of Rape ChargesContinued Play will begin at 7 p. ,m. Fulmer Zackarih Glenn run- i

Services; Held '
[ From Fare One] Casper B. Hamilton, Negro SUPPLY DAY OF DAYS FREE FEEDING
Nov. I For Richard GriffiV., running red light forfeited bondof .. of the Wild AnImals with tile I'I'L..kedforwardtowltltlonelAbu.
4 childrea and a.ups.Tboootertaies eventful
\ growdelights circus! On the Show Grounds
another Negro, and was shot for $12.50. day that aad tostruct -
his Services for Richard C. Griffis, 224 N. Temple Ave. *,refreshes and relieves from at 10:30 A.M.CIRCUS DAY.
trouble. Russell Bryant. Negro public the tedium .The oGnat no best holiday
19th wh o died Sunday night at his I dawns withton. SELLS and School Children, T.. tiers
0 A trial date of December 19 home near Lawtey, were held at intoxication, fined $27.50 or' sentenced Phone WO 4.2113 GRAY CIRCUS DAY. and public Invited, +
was also set for General W. Hank- 2:30 in the High- to five days in jail. CHILDREN 75*! ADULTS $1.00Powling's J
| m. Monday
erson, a Starke Negro who pleaded | land p.Baptist Church., Burial was I_\\Ed ie_Fairfax! Negro, public in- .
innocent to charges of breakIng -
Hunting Season 'Opens: and entering the property of;: direction In Evergreen of Wilson Cemetery and under Brannon the,1 : -

Johnny Ghent. Negro on April Lake City.Surviving. {

November 19 17.The are his widow, Mrs. j!
bond of David Turner. Griffis I Ii iRGM N
Georgia ; one son Roy
DEER TURKEY GEESE Gainesville Negro, charged with I
QUAIL i I Griffis of Lawtey; a daughter, I PRODUCE
SQUIRREL transportation of moonshine, waS Mrs. Sarah Thompson Jacksonville
estreated when the defendant .
; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie '
failed to appear. Judge Patten Futch Lawtey, and Mrs. Sarah I
November 2 .' ..", '. : issued capias for Turner's ar-| Osborn. Jacksonville; nine grandchildren \ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLYU.
rest. The Negro was arrested i and 11 great-grandchil- >
DUCK COOT Tuesday by the Bradford County i I dren.I I
Sheriff's Department as he entered i I S\No. 1
Starke by bus arriving too -
December 17 .. : VA (
late to appear. He is now housedin RepresentativeAt

SNIPE WOODCOCKHere's the county jail awaiting fur- Armory SoonJoe -Potatoes 101bs. '30c
ther disposition of his case. Larry

Jones, Negro, and Turner's accomplice A. Crawford, a representative -
i pleaded guilty to the of the Florida Department of
where you can get off to a good
same charge last week. Veterans Affairs Pass
a Grille
Indian Rivers
start on Your 1960 Hunting Season. We In the only other action. Roman will be at the National armory in BANANAS
You Need in Guns Am- Powers of Starke receiveda Starke on Tuesday Nov. 22. from $ i
have everything suspended sentence of two 9 to 10 a. m., Arrangements for GRAPEFRUIT 1 Dozen 29ci
Accessories. at hard labor for with-
munition and vears Mr. Crawford's visit here were ,
holding support. Circuit Court .made by A. L. Crosby Jr..,County
Clerk Charles Darby was orderedby ,'!Service Officer. '
Finest In the court to hold Power's com- I During his visit here Mr. Crawford !i '
For The Very Hunting he $10 per
mitment provided pay :I will discuss technicai questions JUICYSOR
week toward the support of his and problems with veterans I NGES

Equipment See family. and their survivors or dependents I ,
residing in this area with regardto 1
Recent Birth Veterans Administration benefits -, m '
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such as hospitalization education Bag 9 c
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Mr and Mrs. Harold Norman.: and training insurance,
of Lawtey announce the birth'oj disability widows and dependent ;
a daughter on Nov.:11 in St.cent's Vin' benefits. GI housing
Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. [parents Fresh
I I -
Hospital. loans, etc.Appointments. Red

I ford may be made with in advance Mr. Craw-by GRAPES STRI BEADS

r contacting Mr. Crosby at the CAliF. t

MQTHiltS a o I Schedule Evergreen Revival Baptists !i m 2Ibs. r 2 Pounds 29c

a 11x14Bust The Evergreen Baptist Church I Io Yellow Tender 2k
will conduct a Thanksgiving Revival V 29c SQUASH 29c.
I : '
VignetteRegular ;,, Nov. 23-26. starting at 7:30p. :
z ._ '" m. each night. Guest speakerswill ..
be: Fresh Mustard,
PORTRAIT Rev. J. E. Norman. Evergreen
Nov. 23 :Rev. Howe Lawtey Nov. LARGE and
24; Rev. Branch. Black Pond TURNIPS COLLARDS.bun. 25c
FOR $ Nov. 25: Rev. Mathls; MaxviUe, .
.t -stanley Crawford Social Di- North carolina. '
: ', .v 'i Km 35< M&ili.. rector.

.. Value$10.00 Limit Fun: 2 Figure Children$1.00 To A Extra Family. I Recent Births 19c .4 SWEET POTATOESPurple 7k--'J: 39c

Age: 6 Weeks to, 10 Years Mr. and Mrs. Vasillios Ravanis Tip and .'
I NO APPOINTMENT of Starke announce the birth ofa
:, NECESSARY Additionol Childrea $2.00 Each daughter, Gloria Ann on Nov.

Hours 9 to 12-1:00lo 5:30 f 13 in Doctor's Hospital.Mr. BLACK EYE PEAS 3 lbs. 39c
and Mrs. Byron Hollings-
BARBERREE STUDIO WILL GIVE YOU A SELECTION OF worth Jr. of Gainesville announce .

WHICH TO CHOOSE'_. 0# the birth' of a daughter, Cynthia .
Lee on Nov. 9 at Alachua Gen : :

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS 'r". :1 ,"ft ,' '-<1> ; ..:...- ""' ; "-'Oi'. iJ.t.-'". Melrose High SchoolIs r.m yyyy yyYWty e Sr. visited her daughter and
: :,: t.'''':;f\' 9 : .son-
I < ; 1 Accredited in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jonesof
!MELROSEBy Jacksonville.
By alary K. Scbafifcr t l i
:: PTA Members Told Homer C. Fisher of Crtnford. ,
t .
I s :Airs.\ Alice Rotbhammera4444a4444444444a444a. N. J. Is visiting his parents Mr,
t -
; < Melrose High School has received and Mrs. L. W. Neefus. I
An explanation: We might mention that SouthernBell r-. ,:_, -,_ '
accreditation by the State Mrs. David G. Prttchard: and
We wish to apologize to
any j didn't seem too concerned
publicity chairmen of the 'various about the fate of Keystone High- Survey Team and is eligible for a .' Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Sheffield children of Augusta, Ga. are visiting

organizations who may have tried lights. = : q1-t superior" accreditation the highest,''pf Orlando spent the weekend her parents. Gen. and. Mrs.
Robert P.
to call its on the weekend. Oar Boy Stouts To RejUer given in the state. This report with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoffman.
Mr: and
i ,Mrs. Steve Jay spent
telephone has been stone cold dead Keystone Heights Boy'Scout
was made by Clarence Holden Jr.MrS. the weekend with Mrs. Jay'smottler
fince Saturday morning Nov. 12,. Troop& 105 will hold a meeting on Bill Breyfogle and children
principal of Melrose High School Mrs
Roy Jordon.
and as we write this on, Monday Friday, Nov. 18. in St., Anne's ei at the last spent the weekend in Deland.
meeting of the Melrose 'Rev.: Bill
Breyfogtespent the
evfnln*. 'Nov. 14, we have: had a. Parish Hall for the purpose of Skipper Bass of Tampa has recovered
weekend in' Memphis, Tenn.
promise that it, will be ,repairedon registering new members and reregistering PTA.Mr.. Holden also reported on the from a serious illness. He Miss Margaret Slade spent the
boys who have belonged is the grandson of Mrs. Gussie
the morrow. All of which answered educational television program in weekend'with Mr. and Mrs. Hugo

the question "When is a previously. Each boy is askedto the school and said that Melrose Cole.Miss Wilks In Edegwater.
bring his father or his mother __ Kathy Sipprell spent the '
convenience not convenience?" i classes started at the beginningof Mrs. Edward Ferrell is in a
when he to weekend 'with her
comes register. I parents, Mr.
.....,. : the television series this year, and nursing home in Starke.
; Couple HonoredMr. Mrs. Murray Sipprell.
.......' even
though some schools are Just
and Mrs. Joe Daurer entertained __ Miss Ruth Bigelow has returnedto Miss Shirley Spires has return
'I' r starting their program. ed to Miami. She had been visiting
at their home on Sunday Melrose for the winter. She '
Jack ,Miller, chairman of the
KEYSTONE 'r her grandparents Mr. and
afternoon with a neighborhood spent the past summer ,in Fire
Ways and Means Committee, reported .
," Mrs. A. C.
luncheon honoring Mr and Mrs. : xi Island, N. Y. Spires. ; .
net of
a profit $448.53from .
Joe Pawlikowski who are moving Mr. Pardee is home after a "The Melrose Methodist Church
I the Halloween Carnival. He,
CERAMICS 'from that friendly neighborhood i CUB SCOUTSENJOY 'FIRE TRUCK RID expressed thanks to all PTA brief stay in Bradford County, held its Annual 'Bazaar' last Sat!
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I aV.the end of this month to take Hospital urday. Luncheon was served.
Members of members who helped with this
!up residence in Tennessee. The Keystone Heights ment. E. T. Martin. event Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglund (Continued on next Page)
!Cub Scout Pack 305 j ,especially those who man-,
Green Ware luncheon was a surprise for the are pictured About ,20 Cubs from Dense 1,1 Fire Chief Tommy Millican .
play- ned
I above booths during Carnival night. -
as they I
I are given a ride 2
and 3
Pawlikowskis. Mrs. Daurer pre- enjoyed the visit accompanied ed host"on this occasion,
Principal Holden noted that
SuppliesCustom ,around
i town the
sented her honor guests with a I last on fire truck i by Den Mothers Dons: the Cubs through the firehouse,. there has been no changes in lIKE
Firing memento of the party, namely a : as a highlight of i jSunderland i Stella Elmore, Helen' and taking them for a ride on the teachers far this DECORATING SHOPIn
'their visit to the so year, compared -
Depart- 'Warren. !
Lessons map of the neighborhood drawnby s I : Louise Gallop and Mrs. truck. to the larger number of I

Personalized Gifts herself, with little houses on I Indians Lose Guests included Julie Walker, near future. changes that. have occurred during Wiggins Building Keystone Heights i
each lot and in the windows '
Finished Gifts I Pam Thompson. Dolores I the past two years by this timein
faces of the occupants of each. j To Macclenny B Murrhee. CHURCH KSWS the schoJ'tenn. Mr. Holden also ,
Somehow she managed to get Sylvia Dodd John Reid, Ernie First Baptist Church PAINTS ANDPAINTING I
W. A. BESSETTE j! On Home Field announced that the Putnam.
photographs of all the neighbors. Williams, Danny Hinck, Mike On Sunday evening at 7:30: o'- County school teachers would I ([IJPOB

Florida Road 214 Mrs. Pawlikowski plans to frame Macclenny's B team led by the Zike, Norma Valldejuli Marian clock, the choir of the First Bap- meet in Melrose this month and ....__ AIDS ,
|SUKIS tOlOI r .*
Watch For Sign I'running of Don Pareash, downed Beasley,June hat the executive' board of the &
this treasure and hang it in her Ridaught Mira Murray tist Church will render the Can- :f'J ,r..k_
Phone GRanite 5-2126 Keystone Heights 34-6 on the In- Leslie Ann Beam PTA had offered to serve coffee >--r' '
Included Linda An-
recreation room. Party guests tata "Ruth" by Alfred R. Gaul. Wall
I dians' Reservation last Saturday Rni doughnuts to them during Paper Samples -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hen- thony, Linda Beck; Pat Raley This is
(night.I .. one of the most beautiful the morning session.

I I I Pareash scored four of the five I.Nancy Cherry, Timmy Hickman Cantatas ever written, and con- State PTA Representative J. N.

Macclenny touchdowns and was Renee Belote, Carol Warren, Kay tains solos, duets, trios and chor- Beck spoke concerning his partin We Do Papering and PaintingFREE

the top offensive threat for the Sunderland. and Kathy McOlave. the school and also explained

RADIO AND.TV SERVICE Baby Wildcats.: Anything For The uses.There will be special soloists some points of the state constitution Estimates Phone Keystone 4503

a John Allen went over from the White Elephant? and a' large chorus. .Everyone is amendments, etc.

one-yard line in the third quarterto Those who plan to donate to invited l attend this musical service Mrs. Dock T on. membership|

give Coach Earl Cherry's out- he White Elephant Booth at the hairmaru reported that Melrose

Service All Makes. and Models fit its only score. Woman's Club Bazaar are asked Community Church PTA now has a paid membership One of the most important things in this wrld to

Jimmy McMurtry hit paydirtfor to,bring their things to the Wo The Young People of the Community of 204, the largest number ever us is real estate '- We can help you In the sate or

All Work: Guaranteed Keystone from the five yard man's: Club on December 1. The : Church will sponsor a enrolled here purchase of real property property management -

line to climax a 9 -Yard, scoring Bazaar will be held at the. Wo- dance on the Friday after Omar Huff, study chairman appraisal of residential lake or business property -

Reasonable Charges drive for Keystone in ,the first man's Club on Friday' Dec. 2. Thanksgiving! Nov. 25, at the ed read a, letter from the Haeler Acreage Farmland Mortgages For ccnfldealUl

quarter but an offsides penalty And don't forget the "-W ian's ucational, building. All teenagersa Beach PTA inviting Melrose PTA .
.. .. service, see
t., nullified it and the Indians lost Hub.dinner, at the Club 'HouSe', requested to keep this date to rartk;nate in a study course
the ball 'on downs. the evening of Dee: 1. This Is open and. plan to attend. More on Nov-J 16. Anvone wishing to go REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE Guards Mike Lovorn and Eric their annual dinner. 'Theo ks particulars in next week's .issue. mav contact:Mr, Huff or Mrs.

Redfearn.and center David Sch- who attend the Bazaar .will I be St. Williams Church Tjrpthjf! Sc!!!lly, president..

aeffer owf'Kwstone. Inthelinef able to get their luncheon at noon Sunday, Nov. 20, will be Communion ..Aftprrtlvft,business session, ,those ; ..- -ui" -,. ,:;, _,:,.... t

:tIILl: RADJO.'& TV.- ,a A :t' .'i.. _. at the Bazaar. I ,'Sundajrfor' the Altar'Society : attendim"t the !mpejlfljr' vetted the .:. ,' .:.. !
: s ,1t
j Mother Of Local Woman i :The Rosary will be recitedat various classrooms of their children t I I

dry Mr.. and Mrs. 'J.:,O. 'Hansen, Dies In New Jersey 8:15: before Mass. where wij was displayed I J

3 Miles N. W. Of :Keystone Old Road 100lULL Mr. and Mrs..Carl Piper;,Mr. and ''Mrs. Amanda Sprowl of Mount Choir practice ,twill :be held tOO a "Back to School Night" was C. H. "Chuck" Newman P.,O. Box 533

TESKE PHONE KEYSTONE 4195 Mrs. Benny Finjer,.Mr. and Mrs. Holly, N., J., passed away at her every Sunday"at 12 noon and en'oved.Refreshments! Associate Phone U97

Charles Wallenius, Mr. and Mrs.C. home on Monday Nov. 7. She each Wednesday at 730; p. m. were served In

r H. Haberstroh Mr. and Mrs. was the mother of Mrs. Kyle Mc Personals' the school cafeteria by the third
Murtry of Heights, :and 'aria E. John Nelson Keystone Heights
Ernest Wldegrert, Mr. and Mrs. Keystone Mr. Mrs. and fourth grade room. mothers.
74 of Mrs. McMur\ daughter Cecelia of Jacksonville .
Albert Bachmanri, Mr. and Mrs. was years age. and
GO GATORSkick had for the past weekend with n._
J. D. Henderson, and Mrl and try been in New Jersey 'spent
:several weeks and she' returned Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs. Lena .
Mrs., Hinson.
home"Saturday. Her many i friends M. Clemens- ,- and her sons, John ",
To Go After the luncheon:,the, groups with her in her loss. took In the
Off Goal g songs, accompanied by their sympathize and George.They :;) quick as a wink!
Rotary Anns Meet Gator Growl on Friday ,
host, Joe Daurer. at the
With Rotarians On Friday the Tulane .game on Saturday, rlti4i 7i:
14,000 feet of lake front Two Beautiful Homes built Brownies Have OutingOn
Last Friday, the Keystone and other activities connected '
22 arm high dry,' well for gracious living. Executives Friday, Nov. 11, Mrs.. Joe Heights Rotary Club, with their with Homecoming.Mrs. a .

drained land. Lots of elbowroom transferred,-$17,500 Daurer and a group of her friends wives as guests enjoyed an inter- Mary Smulski left Wed- Qwck

wad room for deveIopanel 19800. Home you took her Brownie Troop to Gain- esting speaker at their regular nesday, Nov. '9. for Wilmington recovew
nwnt.. $10,500, 1-3 ,diAvn. want, where you want them. esville to
see the Homecoming weekly luncheon. C. V. Olmstead Del, where she attended the wedding -

Parade. The trip was organizedso from Armour and Company gavea 'of one of her favorite nieces,

that the little girls whose fam- meating cutting demonstration, Toni! BartkowskL The wedding ELECTRIC WATER HEATER

50 Yard Gain Touch Down Fla. ilies were not going would get a and instructed the group on the ceremony was performed by Mrs. Y

chance to attend In Gainesville, best way to use the various cuts. Smulski's brother, Monsignor .SUPERFAST..SUPER.SAFEa <

Lake Lots $1,300' up, 25 per Lake front homes In pretty the girls were the guests of Thomas -' The door prize a nice cut of meat,!. John T. Gulcynski of Dallas, b'
Hawes of Hawes-Powers Mo- by Mrs. Al Nelson. Smulski will be home s h k 4 -v .p-
rent down-5 year to pay Mttlngs. Homes built for was won Texas. Mrs. + .
Half Moon .111t. Sand living comfort. Lake Sante tor Co..Mr. Hawes.reserved park- P. T. A. Tonight this Saturday. ,....
ing for the automobiles, and children of .: .0 ,
Hanvestment space Parents of school ,
Combine recreation and InFt', Lake Brooklyn rib .,
Lake and others.s. + moved some of his cars off the the Keystone Heights School are Yes Just Buttons 67 M' hki.lf' .-,';"

lot so that the girls would have reminded that tonight [Thurs ?

room to play some of their games. day] is the regular meeting nightof :4tipt' < .

The ladies who drove the girls to the Parent-Teachers Association :: .

E. M'KAYReallOT -- Appraiser Gainesville were Mrs., Daurer .,Come at 7:30: to talk. to the Correct HairRemoval :' .

Mrs. Don d Christoffers, Mrs. John teachers about any problem you ;

Saughnessev, Mrs. Thomas Hawes have. The meeting will start ';
Brault might
Associates Mrs. Melba Ilgen, and Mrs. Irene By EDMUND DWYER -
Mrs. C. J. O'Connor. -
at 8 m. -
Phones 3071, 2051 2391 4151 Jackie Is Twelve Indians Go To Dunnellon Electrologist : H\-% $

On Saturday evening, Jackie This evening, Nov. 17, the Key- Correct epilatioa of unwanted 4i .

I Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. stone Indians go to DunneUon for, hair can be accomplished. with _
Everett Fox was hostess at her their last scheduled game of the very little discomfort to the pa- '
twelfth birthday party at her I season. It is possible there may tient. New patients iT\

home on Peach Street. There wasa be' one more unscheduled game, .. continually '
\ why ." 'h at the .
cook-out supper and then but if you're a football lover, man
the Dunnellon and ,:,; hair removalAll ;
dancing was enjoyed by group. not go on down to
Jackie received some'nice gifts.Health support the boys? '' ',c; ,1: sorts of fears

's.G I Fire Department Eats Fish t .''rt/ ,* are expressed by ,I
t: "<": patients f

Friday, evening, Nov. 11. members
I 'If.: ") !: to Irritation -
in i
Mental of the Keystone Heights Vol- h, / 'ji' regard
@ I ,;/ ,;:, after !
unteer Fire Department.and t
''J _
t! blemishes, etc
wives drove to Matanzas'Beach
For Information on problemcases 'One would I
contact to feast up fish at the famous E. Dwyer,

IDAHOBoise You may not understand bowtelevlsion'set a. Gene Johnson's establishment. removal knowledge think would that be hair a The modern. way for a modern day : !e

can show things i The group left in autos from the I
is the largest city in Idaho and the State Capitolis happening miles! away or how, Fire House at 6 p.'m,, and every common topic because of the Herts why: A super peed Quick Recovery cool to the touch-sal aa fit bulb..Conv 1

the most impressive of :all) its buildings. The dome the automatic transmission on, one'seemed to have a fish-eating many .,women who take full advantage Electric Water Heater will deliver all the hot plctely aealed.automate aDd depeadabla! .
of this service. Unfortunately water you'll ever need-u* t you need itfor precious peace of mind.when .
works but
reaches upward to'a height of '210 feet. Four floors of your can car enjoy these so smoothly benefits without -, good time.Club ActivitiesThe this Jsnt true. Very few you need it.This remarkable new heater Inexpensire! Supplies hot water for as
you Woman's
displays include exhibits of Western bird life. Tourists knowing, how; they work. Keystone Height's Woman's women,wffl,offer' this Informationeven a is lot the of answer hot water for large in a hurry.families who require average family for about a He per Lour.-. : .. !
their excess with
should also visit Julia Davis! Park, on the Boise River You may not,, understand how Club will serve a delicious hamso condition though has been"successfully own I Of course, there a a large variety of size years trouble-free and :years, no-maintenance: aerrice tat ;

restores' health to I t
which contains .a pioneer village and zoo. Arrowrock Chiropractic many people, but the, fact remains dinner on Thursday Dec 1, from netted, t to many it l<-U' embarrassing normal and models ol8ta.ndani.water. heaters to fit the Buy a fflinefcei! Electric Water Heat today 't
needs of the
Dam 6 to 8 p. m. .conversational topic. An exception everyday average family. from your appliance deafer, rfofflifar. one of the highest: in the 'world is 24 miles east : It does, and in many cases ,

of Boise A visit to Arrowrock Dam is most impressive.It after everything else_ has failed. The annual Bazaar will be held to ,this-.concerns, ,the THE BETTER SAFER CHEAPER electrical contractor i
will successfully !- __
Friday, Dec. 2,and luncheon daughters women, ,we FLAMELESS WAYI -- --- ..
is 1,150 feet long 354- feet, high, and 223 feet wide You can save $ $ $ $,by con be'served. There will be a White ..treated,years ago.,These,patients flame-free,fumes-free Electric Water Heaters : There are good reasone why ,| :

at its base. It was- completed in 1915. Milting, you Chiropractor first. Elephant Booth in charge of Mrs.J. are sent la as"a matter of don't need flues or ven ta. Clean and noiselear, I nary a million Florida fom&e I :

Write or phone R. Cook and Mrs. Herbert' Nel- fact, as a part of personal.. groom. they on be placed anywhere even iaavn I fcave twttched; to etectrte water | r :

son. Persons wishing to contribute Inc airtight skeet or when children play. No I heating. Cat.your Marevt FPL .. ;

Dr. H. G.., Bollinger articles for this sale are asked to jAn analysis' of your'excess hair s.+QBeUat-burning pilot light no open flame, I' office aod get the filets 1
Chiropractic Offices bring them in Thursday. condition obligation.Isoffered- ,at- no chargeor --------. i O -

There will be duplicate .
425 N.,Walnut St. no
MEMBER F.DJ.C.A Phone WO 4-2881 'Starkeor bridge on Thursday Nov. 24. Medically Approved Methods tzfwM&JA
Thanksgiving Day, nor on Dee .
Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community 1 because of the Woman's Club: EDMUND; DWYER / **

Keystone Heights Fla. ':!S'E. ,University Are, Dinner. Electrologist! .

Phone 2860 Gainesville FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT .PAnY
The Senior Club Is mating Call FR 5-8039107 W. Univ. Ave.Gainesville .

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and Mrs:Alex Williams and I Michigan have been staying at t and Mrs' M. R- Misner in Gaines

BALDWIN son and ;l.fr. and Mrs. Wilson the Halleen home just east of ville.

Green and family of Jacksonvillewere I Hampton.Mrs. I Mr. and-Mrs. Carl B. Beck and

YTTTTTVTfTTYTTTTTYVtYTYVContinued weekend guests of Mr. and t Louise Hogan of :Hampton' children:\ol t' Pt Lauderdale have
Mrs. John McKinney By Mrs. C. B. Nolan -3 ; II
Mrs. Dave Green. Lake was in Bradford County moved toja: farm east of Hamptonand

[ Irom Page 1] I ........ .Y9.yyw-...... I...y.y..y .yy.yy.yy.yy. Mr. and Mrs. Clevy Norman of Hospital for treatment for several -! thetchildren, Carolyn Terri

Mrs. Cecil Harm and her Successful Tallahassee were weekend guestsof days last week. and Carl have transferred to the
Mr. and Mrs. Stricklandof HomecomingU .
mother Mrs. Robert Cason. spent I Baldwin. .School rz Mrs. Lottie Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer ern'-I Hampton School.
Winter Haven visited .Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wood visitedthen Rev. W. P .McElroy Is in St.
last Tuesday in Jacksonville. ford and daughter of Jacksonville
i Mrs. Carl Jones last week Baldwin celebrated its annual I P tersburi this week attendingthe
nephew. Mark Whittle, in
Bridge ,
the home
were weekend guests at
'I MrsLelia Willis isvisiting her ]Homecoming Thursday night, annual meting of the Florida
the In Jacksont1le
Duplicate Bridge winners are: !son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and ]Nov. 10, at which time the foot- day.hospital ,| Sun- of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawford;Baptist .Convention i .

first place, Mrs. Mae Henderson Mrs. Victor Willis in Clearwater.Mr. I I all team played a wonderful 1'xsr "'n and family in Hampton I ..
i r ; Mr. .and Mrs. E. W. Hodges andJ.
and. Mrs. Lucille starnes; second and ? frS. Colen Ratliff and I j:ame of ball with Forrest High v zT Mr. and Mrs. James Baker and I But
E. Townsend visited 1 his family We Want
place [tied), Miss Iva Hilyer and sons of Gainesville were Sunday J School "B" team of Jacksonville, in children of Orlando were weekend ns67

Evan Spires with Mrs. Mildred:. guests of Mr. and: Mrs. L. E. Rat- tad son by a score of 200. One .family Pompano of Americus Beach, Ga.over were the visitors here with Mr and ?. .. .
and Mrs. ;
Spires hff. touchdown; was made by Earl ..
Pearsall weekend guests xf Mr. and Mrs. ... -
fourth place Mrs. Mary Weekend visitors of Mr. and'Brooks, and two by Larry HilL ,t%
;Eyan Hodges They also attended /
and Miss Bessie Rutherford. Mrs. John McKinney were :Mr. and Extra points were made by Billy AMBULANCE SERVICE
Flonda-Tulane in Gainesville
School: NewsThe Mrs- Bill Martin and children of :Nolan! and Sid Higdon. BALDWIN .HOMECOMING QUEEN '! game *%
,Saturday, PHONE WO '4-2600
purls Basketball team has l Tamoa, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny At half! time the contestantsfor (Photo, by Vanjjl..Jones, Jr.) weekend.

been selected. They are: fori'ards,1 Willis of Jacksonville. Mr. and :! Queen and their sponsors DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 1 Home J
Lynda Strickland Doris Ford, Mrs. V. 1 y McKinney and children marched onto the field. The girls Becky Higdon of Maxville ,with her left( to right) ,:were: Airs. 'Ruby ,Allen and family

Carol,Sue Hurst. Oleda Bowen, I of Gainesville, Miss Pat Brown t'! and their escorts were: Glenda [third from left) was crowned Mary Kilgore of Maxville. third Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and family,' DeWitt C. ,Jones Registered Funeral Director
Marian Fredricks- : Queen of the recent Homecoming runner-up; Lula] Mae '!Repholds, and Mrs. Edd Polk were in Fla. -1'
Virginia Ford and Mrs Mae Brown of Wau- ; Bowyer, Larry Motes; Sandra Starke, r
I festivities at 1 Baldwin ,High Baldwin, second runner up.- and Gainesville Friday afternoon
"son Margaret Slade. Rita Tiller, chula. Mr. and :Mrs. GriffIS of | Brosky Dubb Cogg; Wanda Den- '.
School. Shirley Higginbotham. .Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy. Clark Rental Service Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs;, Crutches
Barbara Whitehead. Guap dv. Sandra i: Jacksonville, Buford McKinney t ny, Glenn Meeks; Donna Four- announce :
Ridaught, Carol Hansen, Judy', and Howard Cooper. of Sampson, ) aker, Tommy Lang; Delores Har- Members of her court pictured first runner-up. the birth of a daughter .

Bussen, Carole Allison, Dale Fallen i I I and Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Vice. i ris, Edward Higginbotham: Edith Cox is ill.\\ith.a. cold and ..wish,Urj.and Mrs. J. D. .Beil and children -,on Sunday. :Nov. 13, in Starke.Mr. .
Mary Tyre. Maudie Tyre, Michael Olen Graves of Daytona Beach Harris Robert Simmons; Becky her a speedy recovery. attended the Jacksonville:( and Mrs? G. A- Gay have

Renfro Madeline TYre. visited his sister Mrs Edward :Higdon Ray Barber; Irs Higgin- Mrs. Dora Hunter and Mrs. fair.Sunday taf ternoon moved to their new home 'on Alton -

Bulldogs To Get Trophy Broughton la\t Sunday. b tham, Bobby Nolan; Shirley Helen Brooks entertained Friday ;.Mrs.iHattie, ,Nolan,. Mrs. ,Cora I ,Road: in Starke.Mr. and Mrs A

Melrose will be awarded the We are glad to have Mr. and ligginbotham, Sid Higdon; Define night, Nov. ,4, with, a stork shower Hodges and Patty' ( Parrish visited Gay sold4rjeir farm to Mr. and '
.,. ,,,..,, .g
"11's. Charles Scott from Texas. c., w. + s.
with ',
Rlverland: Conference trophy Mrs. Walker Vice back us. Johnson.Jud Sapp; Dottie honoring .Mrs. Pauline ,Davis. friends in MMdelburg Sunday)

Tuesday night at the Conference They had gone bark: to Birmingham Key, Clayton Hill; Mary Kilgore, Mr. and -Mrs. E. I> Cox. and afternoon. ,Mr. Scott.is'emplo, at the Natural : MILK 1 I

meeting in Trenton. : Ala. on a visit for a coupleof Larry Hill; Sandra McEwen Bob Mrs.-Harold .Thornton and son.of -Muss-.PattyaParrish spent last I Gas Plant. S'

The Bulldogs won the title by a months. Kasson: Pat ,Peterson, Harry Palmetto, and Mrs.rAllie Round-, weekend. in Starke as the' guestof I .Among those attending the :1A

tie,-with Trenton Thursday night John' Lefever of Jacksonville Pouyadou; Lula Mae Reynolds, tree of Clearwater:.visited Sunday Miss Carolyn Chilson. Florida-Tulane game in Gainesville -
the guest of his brother, Earl Brooks: Peggy Smith. .BillyNolan Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs..
with a score, of 7-7. Melrose's record gas night and Monday with Mr. and Willard Padgett and Ed Waters

was 7-0-1) and: Trenton's: I Tpm'and family: last wwk. ; Jeannie Stoke Ted Williams Mrs. J. K. Cox. attended Jacksonville. fair last Tommy Hamilton, Mary Jane 92c gal

James R. Cain. son of Mrs. ; Doris ,Surrency Willie ,,eek. iighamr. Stanley Green, M. O- r
was 611. Mrs C. N. Marchant and chil- ,
I Horace Cain is in training with Nobles: Shirley Swindle, B. F. I Mrs. Nell Parrish, Mrs. Cora tarrell Patricia Thomas., Creig
selection\ of the allconference dren of Ft. Stewart. Ga. pent
\The Oimrd for six
Wood Green and Charles
Shirley .
the) N"1'1" Coleman. Hodges and Mrs Hattie Nolan attended '. -
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held at the Aber- Saturday and Sunday with Mr.If.nd'Mrs. yt ,
will be stationed in
players months ,and Winners of this event wereBecky the Baldwin Assembly of Kelley, \
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meeting at 7 o'clock. deen. Md.. Higdon Queen; Shirley God Sunday night. .
Mrs. Albert Soarks and Mrs.Walker Higginbotham 1st runner-up; and Mrs. Cecil Mobleyand I Stork Shower Eggs -- Bread

TRINITY EPISCOPALCHCfiCH. : Vice attended the WMU Lula Mae Reynolds. 2nd runner- sons visited relatives in Hazel- ;-V
Th Long Branch'Baptist ,
!IELROS Baptist. hurst Ga. Monday: \ 1 l lBy
meeting at the First up; and Mary Kilgore, 3rd on ntertained last Fridaynightwith Ice Cream '
,Sundays 10 a. m. ..ChurclSchool. I Starklast! Mondav. Rev. and Mrs. J. Tom Harper
.. Church in runner-up. Ii stork shower ,at the home .of Mrs.\ D. E. 111114441a44aaasaaaaaaasasa. '
11:15 a.m., Morning-Pray Campbell and .John Class left Monday to attend the'Florida,
Claude ,After the game the Junior Mrs. Elsie ,Rhoden ,honoring Mrs. .,' Cottage ,Cheese
er and Sermon (First Sunday will to the Scrub near the band Baptist Convention in St. Peters- ..
.I Ward en sponsored: a dance in Joe Padgett. Game were, played I rowing chillun
Holy Communion). 6 p.m.' Episcopal Kerr'Lake over the weekend to be room with music by the ,Blue and prizes awarded to Judy Cole- PTA Reports ResultsOf With pep and hustle

Young Churchmen. ] \ ready for hunting season to open. Dots. burg.We are sorry to J learn that little Gertrude Eunice, and Trudy Hallowe'en Carnival Drink plenty of milk Orange Juice.JPP'
mHoi man.
Holy Days 10 a. ;}7 best of .
| t WP all wish them tht BALDWIN Harry Agin broke, his foot last Crosby after which the ;honoree ,Net profits on the PTA Hat For str n9th and muscle.k .
Communion. I INDIANS WIN
j luck. week while playing. Delicious lowe'en Carnival came to $155.80it
,I opened her many gifts.
(The Rev Millard H. Breyfogle HOMECOMING: : GAME 20-0 :
Vicar. t I I The Baldwin Indians climaxed Revival services held: last :weekat cake..punch .and coffee wereser- was reported last week. Tota:

.'. I st. W4l'bm' r..t1t"ttChalt,1 their home football season Thurs- the Orange Street Baptist ved. About ;30 guests enjoyed this taken in at the carnival this yea f 1i
Faith Presbyterian Kpvd" Upi'ht.I day night with an impressive 20-0 Church were very successful.: The occasion. was $224.17 and all expense: s

Church, Melrose I Sunday Maw! at 8:30: a. m. win over Forrest "B" team in a evangelist was Rey. Jack Martzof gMiSc Ginger Cannon entertained came to $68.37.

sl4nday.services-Church Sc*>oo I LI Holvday May at 7-00 a. m. homecoming fracas For. Baldwin, Atlanta Ga. last! Friday' night' with a hay Next meeting' of the PTA wilife .
Worshio 1 lit RU *. m. 'Harold ( and weiner roast. Twentyvounsr the first week hi! December,
9:45: a.m. Morning Tuesday Maw it was speed merchant Larry Hill Mr. and Mrs. McQualg ride
ajn/Rev.. James R. Neale Jr., .pas I-I Cmfess'lons! before an Masses going over for two. touchdownsand of Jacksonville and Clarence Mc- people enjoyed this oc- when officers will be elected fo r mm isGiBBB

tor. I Baptisms.! marriflBrw,, and totruction \\ Earl Brooks going Quaig of the Shangri La were recent casion. 1961.

j! bv Bpmtntment.I over forthe tally. Chalking up dinner guests of Mr. andllrs. We are Fill verv ?;1ad.to see John II PersonalsMr. I
FIRST, METHODIST CIIURCl I from the ,Baptist l and Mrs. O. N. Wanger
nice yardage all night also were Joe Nettles and family ,and waters home
MELROSE I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tailbacks Sid Higdon and Ernie Miss Marilyn Thomas. Hospital where he was ,,8 patient

(Sunday. 9:45: a. m-... jChurc!l1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Crawford. .. and blocking back Billy Mr. and Mrs.. Junior Goolsby for'P"tRI'. davs. John ,,was severelv -

School for all ages. 11 a. m"J j J. R. Smith, pastor,, Ralpl"JGopeland 1 Nolan. announce the arrival of a son burned when a gas. tan*
Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m. I last home foot- be'was filling exploded last
Minister of Music tnc I Playing in their Dean Allen on Saturday, Nov. 12, 'I which a
Youth Fellowship. : ball game were Larry Hill, Billy in ,St. Vincent's Hospital Jack- week.

J Wednesday, 7:30: p, m.. Bib!:e church organistServices: Sunday School 9:4: !i Nolan, Earl Brooks, Glynn Meeks, sonville. ,Mr. and Mrs. ,Bill Roberson and I

Study and Prayer Meeting, a. m. 'Morning Worship 11 a. m_ Harry Pouyadou, Edward.Higgin- W YW ..w#_ .yt daughter, Marcia ;Richard .Norman .
Rev. Ted Springer, Pasto,.. r., Training Union, 7 P. _m. Evenlm!r, botham. Willie Nobles and Arthur L *T r.wrlr++it ,and Unda:and-Closer Waters
ha1 Williams.: All of these Twys will be Enjoyed the Jacksonville fair last
a m.
services p
Make church worship a lamp;, lost through either graduation or : Saturday night. a1 a'= -
HEIGHTS age limits and will be sorely Mrs. Lula ,Powers has ,been n.,.. ; All Onlr

Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister affair missed on the 1961 Indian Roster Mrs. O..$..,Nolan, visiting, with :her brother in Lake O1N MATE RIALS 36"q. FLEXCORGLASS I
r Mrs. J. L Uether ton ,I; HE RIGHT POINT for th' They have all shown outstanding Run.FtS

(Organist and Choir Director. way you write. Come In and w, leadership and courage which is M&&&! &&&&&&i& &&&A&&& City..We are all proud of the Max- I

Sunday School, 9:30: a. m. More L- legit ESTERBROOI t HB T iitT\ \vA\\i>?\:*i'r>v,
your favorite expected of the older boys on the We the HB *1* 111vU VlVi uS;1111'>'" 1
are very sorry to learn that '{IDe ,girls ,who won out in "Eiv4ttWWM'Vwlt j Only i
log.. Worship 11:00: a. m ,Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH squad.. Mrs. Eya Ellis has been seriously! Homecoming Queen ,contest rdnneu9rplnrmrrurnr-!; .,." Zv G O N I
Friday_ night the__ 'Indians take____ n ? LA Ei
n 111 for the past few days- and_n_ wish Thursday, night.- Nov. ,10,1 at the nrU1 Run.Ft [
on Crescent City hi a conference her ,a speedy recovel'Y. Baldwin Football field. Mw

tilt and win, lose or draw we are Sorry that Mrs. Polly Griffi Becky Higdon was chosen as

proud of this I960.edition of the hasn't been well and wish. her a Queen? Shirley! Higginbotham as

Baldwin Indians as they have speedy recovery. The other member i,3
1st runner up. .. t t
shown ,a ,tremendous 'winning de Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon Qf the Queen's court-is Miss Luis llr yt .. .6 Run.F,
sire by posting six wins so far Bootsie Cannon, and Mrs. Junior Mae Reynolds second runner up : :
i with ,only three losses. 'Let's '
l go Wilkinson attended funeral serVices from (Baldwin

out and ,support our team! on Monday for Mr. Cannon' ,
Birthday Party sister-in-law y y ......yy..... s r-rig Pb1 ,p Rr.
Mrs. Clarence Can
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Rev. and Mrs. ,Billy Patterson non, in Starke.

entertained at their home last Vince Taylor of Norfolk, Va BROOKER]{ ;

Friday with a party honoring I spent last weekend, here with his. : : RXOrAN
their daughter Donna !
en her I family. .By ,Shirley GreenLWuut4a.44uuta444a
fth birthday anniversary. The Congratulations to Mr. and S.

S 4 children played games, supervisedby I Mrs. :Junior Goolsby on the arrival aAir. .
Rev. Patterson and
prizes were I! of .a son Dean Allen: at St. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley of

:awarded to Stanton Totman I Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonvillelast Sarasota 5 visited his mother. 'Mrs.1ose .
.Cathy Harvey, and Vada Suggs. Saturday. Kelley, Saturday afternoon. BUJL9ERS I SUPPLIES 1
The children were given favors of '
Mr. and :Mrs. Ray Pellum and
Mrs. Mattie Sowell returned
bubble gum, balloons and party children spent the weekend fa 215 E. Washington St. Ph. WO 14201t
last week after a two week trip
hats. The pretty birthday cake .Jacksonville with Mr. Pellum's through 'South Florida. She visited .
was cut and served with ice cream ,
mother Mrs. larochelle.
!Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ''Forsythe ,
cones to ,21 little guests. !Mrs- Coleman i -
Mr. ana Mrs. Francis iI .
in City, Mrs. Alice Kelleyin 1 I -
Patterson was assisted .in enter-
visited in Jacksonville Sunday 3o
r, and !.11'. and Mrs. iI d
,. taining by Mrs. Thelma Jones with their son-in-law and daughter Emery Kelley in Tampa. 1 s
and Mrs. Gertie Harvey. Mrs. Brown I I
a.-... \ Mr. and Buddy Miss Iris Brown of Jacksonville
..... .. \ The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of ing. We are very sorry to learn spent the weekend with' her 1 I
the Alpha Delta Kappa Sororitymet that Mrs. Browning has been ill. mother, "Mrs.1 H. O. Brown. They I I
i. in the home of Mrs. RobertE. .
v Mrs. Francis Coleman .and,Mrs.Jame kttendedHomecoming at Worthington -
t Tanner Tuesday night, Nov. 8, .
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? Coleman visited in Jacksonville -
... tf Springs Methodist Church
.-. with Mrs. Lonnie>Jones, president, Thursday with Mrs.. '
last Sunday.
t WiH> ,G lne Original
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/ .' oresiding. Browning.Mr. A-Kenneth Parrish stationedat
_.: Mr. and Mrs. Harold McQuaig and Mrs. Homer Thomas 1dall' ., l11t
-Tyn AFB Panama City, Keeps
/ of Jacksonville the weekend I ti
pent I
,, I.. announce the arrival of a daughter was home for several days lastweek
1 .,' ,.i "I here with Mr. and Mrs. Harrell on Saturday Nov. 12, in St. with his parents,' Mr.. andMrs. I
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.... Bennett Saves (Up To, 4(3Oa (
.,,' I I Luke's Hospital. ?he has ..been Lee' Parrish. *
Mrs. Mamie Oliver' left Tuesday named Evelyn Darlene. Mrs. Charles -Ryals and Miss >

!I for a month's visit in Chicago m.i ,Jost'Ph'Thompson attended the Mamie Clark of Jacksonville visit- '

i with her daughter, Helen and baptismal services ,and church at! d Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Clark SUn-

j jToday's I family. the Raiford Road Church of day.

We are all glad to know that Christ last Sunday night. Mr aria Mrs. Raiford Tetstone Clear

Clayton Hill. Jr. is able to be back |Mr and Mrs. Dan Hargroves of Jacksonville were weekend .!,frystcl J .
Fuel Oil is a dear, clean, highy? -distilled ,1 all Minnie i T. L Manning -
I in school and feeling right and daughter, guests of Mr. and Mrs: George plastic

liquid. Continuous research has developed new I I after having been injured in the and Harry Taylor of ,Mid- Tetstone.Mr. ; -

additives :that provide a more even flow of:fuel !I name Thursday night. He was :dlebure attended the birthday .>and Mrs.. Frank Tinney and Shatterproof JffOOSUKfbi -
I hosoitnlized In Macclenny from party for Rosa and'Frank'Hunterin sons of Gainesville visited llr. !

into the burner, creating complete atomization ;i Thursday night until..Saturday. Macelenny Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green Thursday '* Lists for Years. r, ,

and combustion. New developments in oil burn. I I Jimmy Laneier fell ,tithe skat- and Mrs. D.- B..Griffis and night. ,.-'--.'.- ( .

ing equipment offer I line rink Fridav; nisftt in Mac- daughter, Karen Buddy Padgett ; even greater efficiency and j clenny and dislocated his right and Helen 'and Nathan Cannon dapsMer: Terry>f Savannah,.Ga. ,

cleanliness. Keep MODERN with Nature's finest shoulder. enjoyed the movies In Starke lastThursday visited Mr. and: Mrs Pitt :-Baxter: *' ;' > Costs So Little. .
fuel-OIL HEAT. 1 JJrs. J. H- Fields. Mr. and Mrs.C. night. Sunday.afternoon, OntL.! 9,,t Ft.: Anyone Can Afford It. ?

.. .J. Powell of"Starke, and Mr. ?Mrs. Lacey Brown..and'children. Miss -Annette Green of Ocala i.cses i wile-. Compare the low cost, light weight, ks.o ,'
enjoyed ,a delightful weekend ,home for the .weekend with .ai. Ji A
Powell of Newton convenience and weatherproof qualities
1l 1. :MnttuPDf.V: raE' : lit': UtT I and. .Mrs. George m with relatives Greensboro andReidsvUle. her ,parents, Mr and .Mrs. Lee .1tS of Warp's .Flex-O-Glass with Just Cut & Tack'0*
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with their sister, and.hex; husband. expensive, breakable glass. ... _
'Mr. and Mrs. Buddy TBradshaw Mr.- nd Mrs. Lavan.Kelley and ) ,.,n \\lCL :..... '.
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.and hers. Robert E, Tanner. ; .. r So Can Do It .
.. I jMr. ei" ; O! : Easy..Anyone *
wore .
FUEL 0IL PE&J4R5 ASSOCIATIONOF Jack smith returned home and son visited with Mr Bradshaw family .of St. ,Petersburg '-'. W110 .:),fi, t- .I!. .
Mrs. in Jacksonville of Mrs..Rosa Kel- t till '1 takes only a few minutes to pat ""\ ,'
i parents\ weekend guests : e \\OA' ... )1'- It .
COUNTYT.H Sunday night from a several days ..
of Shatterproof.ts
.r'p; Warp's
Friday night and afterwards ac,- ley. "ar'S ; any
visit with Mr. and Mrs. George 1d' z* Window Materials. It's so that ,.
companled Mr. and llrs. D J. JMr.. and Mrs. Ruey Tetstoneand ._ easy flj"ft-:
,. azen, Jr. in Opehka, Ala. < the womenfolks enjoy doing it. :"
Terry Parrish and family to" the fair: : family of Jacksonville and a t **,Bros-piss cute even
SIXCLAIIt DISTRIBUTOR -5 Don't let cold weather catch you JUm1Y ', ifY
OIL I We that.Mrs. J. K. : S.OA WY8W3JISSA
F are sorry 'Buster barter of Buck Tetstone of 'Y
;Mr- an'MrS.!! Mr. and,..Mrs. SUSSBSE'D unprepared! Get Flex-O-Glass now.1! .
Freeman. Register' John A.. Torode I I. l.fiddlf'bumdsited Mr. and Mrs Gainesville were visiting Mr. and /./* SC8KMUSS FLfX- !-fOEBe9Kiace

'fIC .tIWiT I'0'L''r'ff' ? .... D. J. Parrish Sunday night Mrs. George Tetstone Sundae.Ir. 0 9i
Mr. arid MrS. Jessie Lee Parrish and Mrs. Earl Green and I t i 1,1 r' 1 ; ,
G. Duncan Jerome way yon writ Come la tad 16- rtstted tie Hifrten. visited Mr. and
Johns Oil Co. tert favorite pSTpRbROOJSPro. of Jacksonville Mr. and Cb I

STANDARD OIL,AGENT PHILLIPS 66 Fountain year -ftLmR.'1"IL blxs.Dan ParrlshSundav nighlMr. Mrs.. J. W. Wetherington and I ;

:and Mrs. Bud Harris and family in Gainesville Sunday

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'YYTTYTYYYTTTY YTYTTTTT 'TTTTTTT T TTTT, TTTT. A. I with great success..Names of perk! held, ate 8:3?$. n;. Supt. '!.;filt4It Ptvvt yyrmvv.iywww ij.L -j Methodist Church Cash paid for rood pleas cot-

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED sons next. week.contributing We are win waiting be 'listed for a i\, out Ellerson and asks bring all the'adults children to- coin to'1 (SLA* BtfclBy : 1 1I Schedule for ton rajs. No Khaki or wuo"' mall Or Large 6 7

CITIZENS OF BRADFORDCOUNTY' few Jackson more is answers. MajwW. T. Sunday School and help with the I l Sunday Men's.Club NOV.breakfast 20 r :Bring tQ, Bradford, Conntx.. Tele- Buttons,
donating tank of-
gas Christmas.Drive so that II
By Ozora ShH 1 once each month to the volunteer C1 .us'clVllle good'to all the I Mrs, J. L.,, Stricklandtea4.a..auuu t and Church business meeting 8:30: a. ;m.
truant patrol group of, this committee scholars, Deacon Willie Green aaauaa,: m. Morning -

AV VAAAUlALV auAauLaaAA a a.i..t" ..5...1.M BJMi:aaaa MHflMHi that includes Vice-Chair- wishes to thank his many friends Worship, 11 a. m. Snack tan>t rapb.Pyrofax
man. Amos Williams 1! Mr. and: Mrs., J. D. Wtfkins&n I MYP 6p., m. youth Meetings
Citizens CommitteeThe be a better : Rea R. and members of the church Gas
: person physically and- for i and 6:30 p. jn. Youth Choir
James, and Deacon sons mqyed; from Hugh to: rehearsal r ,
Citizens Committee for the mentally when he returns to I Andrew:: Allen. flowers cards and other condolen- Jacksonville !! 7 p. m. Evening '
Betterment of Youth h. .ld. tb irregular Stark, Patrolman Amos Williams Pending further invest _atQn, an t!ces.&tufin _hisLcent. bereavement m., 7:30: p.

meeting at RJE Monday reported 12 pupils absent from 1 not study satisfactory on two cases these, results cases will are >!*On'Sunday be conducted 5:30: p. m. BTU will,|Tampa wrs ,Grace and she Lang and is other visiting rela-l iq|! Tuesday Cub Scout pack; See Us Now For Your Gas Needs
night with Chairman Eddie school recently for little by Mrs. Marie I '
or no meeting 7:30
I i jbe | tives planned to celebrate!: Bud p. m.
turned over to
Judge T. A. Thomas
Thompkins presiding. Several interesting reason. Letters will be sent to president. Please plan to:iPadgert's Wednesday -Prayer
Yawn and Counsellor F. birthday by giving a Meeting
and helpful reports were parents as a warning at this time. 'attend and bring several' soldiers.: i dinner for him 7:30 p jn.Thursday.
{. He
Theatre last Sunday.
made by members. Levy McCleodhas Pupils should be, sent to school Friday. j'Remember' our many sick' and.!t also lives'near' Tampa. I'I't -, Thanksgiving i

entered Brewster Hospital for each. .day unless.sickness prevents Saturday & Sunday, shut in members that include: i A special
Jimmie Bui !
Lang Iweekend Service to
"Never spent the ,
that has been attendance. I. Say Goodbye.: with Rock [Sisters Laura, Whitm FORc HEATINTNE'UCUSEOFJOhES
surgery pending
The next meeting will re, Lizzie'' at : be held in the Methodist *
Clay Hill ] church NAPPY
for the'past 8 years. Dr.. Jennings, I be held l Dec. 12. Special guests Ata.Hudson Adults and many 41c children other stars.36c.I'pet rman, Carrie Robinson. An- |! to camp .Sunday' afternoon, returning: 1 1Vina I at 10. a. m. for the, community i!

Youth Counsellor has followed will bet invited to the January nie 'Mae Miller Annie Thomas I *
IadvlHospitalized I Martin- and: family of I
this case through the Cripple meeting. and;)' Deacon Walker. -Pauline !I Lawtey spent the weekend with | At The TabernacleRev. WITNOURGASORHEATINS} !,

Children's Commission with deep The S. O. S. for help' from all I I I Mrs. Ranell English, employee J Marshall reporter relatives at Clay Hill recently. j NO MORE CWLLYSONES FOR COOJCINGEVERYBODYS I
concern. We know that Levy will filling station owners is meeting St,. John Baptist Church, II
,of Bradford County Hospital andj Hear that Pete Royston is in Fred Dodd of Keyston ara. I
]Lawtey, will
resident of share the beautiful the hospital again, and not Heights preached both I
S. Starke has been ;, sermonsat GAS !
voices of .
hospitalized recently. She was the Junior Choir with | proving 'as was-.hoped, int-I' the Gospel Tabernacle last r I
I.Antioch Baptist Church on Sum | Shirley Padgett Sunday
spent the
reported improving -, I
; 'day; at 3: ,- in Mrs. FOR
i Allie WATER
M. ]
her Sister Bertis Ifpk rlson..Slre! ;isj; end ;with relatives jn a..mne. j Plans.are being made for a :
Strong is president-
and choral director The Buddie Wilkinsons 'have j'Thanksgiving program to be
a faithful member of Ebenezer i J' a I pre-
Baptist Church and serves as of this group. They have nice' new car.. They said the old i i sented' by the young.people of the GAS

president of the Pastor's Aid Club,I bep ipvitqdj tQ, appear on the,'orje, had go.t-to the: point that 11 church. %
; I choir anniversary Mrs!,
II chorister of Junior Angels when they wanted -to go anywhere j ] P
ChOr'j':Lou 7.a Brown is president of'Antioch Soil Conservation Service and R. 4
I member of the senior) choir the" ar'-didn't want:togo.;'When i i i' FOR CLOTHES
I : choir, and .a .leading soloist W. Murray, of the(Florida Game I
reporter for the church. We wish 11 they; didn't need. to..travel, the !i j
for Ranell a very speedy' :as well. as-,*, quartet singer. The: car would run just' fine-so; they .and Fresh Water Fish Commission 4ru n.mu.n'a .-. DRYING

Members of OES Chapter lad. I general. public Is Invited",* to this finally,; .decided." (, gj .,one. that, : visited Bradford Soil Conservation When
]proeram-"Sundav, District to evaluate the You Use "
ty'j Pyrofax Gas
: Ffcr These
asked to visit and assisj.her.: wouldn't act so much,like 'an old'mule. '
AlJftnjC iaj ljAt JH'' E. Church 'I wildlife plantings made in the
American Legion 'News ? Needs You GetFASTER
]RPD. 4 A,. amtjspri will I I County. They visited the farms of
American Legiqn,.tostt>? 314;,wijjhold ; pastor Timmie and Jackie Padgett,
reeuiai") paforalservices} R. C. Dampier, James C. Knight
breaking children of Willie Padgett and
ground cere.qlOutfs Ion \tartinl. Sunday L. M. Pearsal.Raloh Gainey and CLEANER SAFER
with -
tr ,. the first Sunday in D December. School, at. Brend%, Wheeler;.all of Clay Hill,
u ; All members are anxious "tq get' j 10.I a., nu, Suotj Fannie B. Frazier will celerbate. their birthday witha I Container Core., The planting of And The Most Dependable Gas There
In I cti rae:. 1J a._in. morning wor- I quail food strips have been very ?
FS' started on the new post;:. home. : party at Ethel Peeler's home on
arching surcessful in keeping the birds in
icn(Tv 63." yn.' worship.MnlheriKtrirpls .
} i Commander Julius .Royal. and Saturday; Nov. J9, froin 12 noon
President L. M. Royal' urge all ,: ? are invited on through the, afternoon.. I the area. We Appreciate, AIL Bysjness
1 tqg tpnd'' Ralnh Gainev's \ plantin of
members and well wishers to:at.* ajldyour} I spiritual Now we've learned a new way

tend these services,, 4 'dqUghfful? sttnnrrth I.renewed' ',Choir Union to remo stumps-! ;MaybellNor; "]partrife peas hastprpduceda' lotnfouaih
v.oll m+>.et 3/D. nv Sundav '' food:
'* : ( musical program has' been Dl4n-, l 'at Mt. man of Highland was coming
t l'Mhl, A. M. Fr C irch.. You are front
ned. Mrs. --r' Royal attended- the strawberry patch a few I!. Cuuntj' Jud #'" Court 10nd
the MldWintejConference.\ .Qfhe invitPd- to- a real gosnel. sonar: feast, days ago and stumbled! over a Fur Bradford Count Florida. PHONE IHONE?
at t; thishour: Junior- GhurcJv In r/i: yistAti; oG XJcl1irJ.iHllo!'.
Fourth revision; in Ocala on the : Litaall-stnmp. bidden in the grass. de, easrtl, WO WO
second, Sundae. She was"accom ipeettng'and cjipiis yeheafsajj a.\{ ,b, Hft.de' ;idejFta,remove, the stump Souse, Ot Filing Petition. For

If You Have aBUSINESS ponies i by-j Me v|dames M. Btu}?A! p. m.:'' each, Monday. ?arentJ: % ai 1))$kickjng' its and broke her-Uttl& Final To' All Diacharg. Wham It of May Afi\iinistrator.> Concern\ : 4.7551 4-7551

Tyson Chapdler and, R; Hplt urged to send their- children' 'so toe on the left foot. This, might :Notice is hereby given that Ihave
files my final returns as ad-
and.! Thf+i Constiuttonal' ,Conference ? ;thai; theysmayget religioustl'aI>a;. tji l a:JI.ujck.wpto remgye .stmuos} miiiUtriitgr of tUf isUte q Ie, NiokViziropuUis.
PliOM; 1 1e will be held in Starka.in, lpp.E, -4, G 'ellsrt r iorter.*' but we prefer to use a grubbing filrd deceased final: that 1 have,
pditioatnr discharge
burr! ,which time the eliminations EG'eki: ezer Bfpist|! Chprch- Bev.B. :hoe.Learfd ands, I will apply to the HonorableTlitsron '
.' 'a RobInson pastor hold A. Yawn, County Judg of
for the oratorical ; lt Sunday that Sonnv .
contest .
1 rtradfprd Couny. Florida, on Tuesday -- < ., .
We. Mayf Dave: Ike IZS.er'Most will be held at RJE. Winner regular communion services starting I Grif/is suffered a stroke last week at 10:00A., M. of November 29, I .. -. -.,.
i with Sunday School ate 10 a.'. And"'is in' Starke Bill !IltWl for. apt>rovat< ol> the came and
will then : : hospital J
et-m! others! .
'state BethuneCookr- n. SUpt. Henry Bryant in'chafge: Pendanls is back home and for:. ,.L.finaj_,_4t._.*_Mr. g ft.,'.as.... al\n\inWrator,.,_,___..,__, I Attention
overthe at t esnte" vF. .an. \ '''II''J.\UIU'\ Livestock Producers!
business problems arise from the need ol Mnrnlner: irnrehln Trill hfltrin ot 11 dei' : (;
seemed to oe
man College,. Daytona> Beach, leeim worse sun- .
October 2X 196,0.SdNiehnlas
money to provide for sound expansion to' early in the spring. Kfigh school a, m,'with mtisfc byj"f ChQir Nc. I dayr. The' family, asks prayers for MaillisNloholax ,

finance productive equipment or improvements students interested in entering under:, the direction of Mrs. Bertis hi? recovery., MaillisAdministrator If you have hogs oc .- -- -.Y
to meet current obligations when capital is R inson. All of the Estate of' cattle to. sell now or, in. *; "
the contest should\ see Mrs. L. Mj J chOir members are Our deepest sympathy goes to Nick Viziropulos.! dt-ceasrd, /
tied up in inventories or accounts receivable.In Royal I at one for further infor- asi kftdto be i'<. thec-hoir.'room at. Mrs. Phillis Moslem and all of rSP.tll) :the, future please con- .

mation. P. Marshall ,reporter. 10:50 for consecration by the the family, in the death of her \OTICK OP IVTP.NTIOV tact, one ,of the buyersati *
like these bank should 1 be."the.
situations your CIJURCinXEWS pastor. We resret the illness of mother. TO lj( ;(;'iTf IJ F.IG;Tl; 'IOliS MME Copeland good right arm of business." Certainly thatis .Votive is h""t4'y given that the '
your Bethlehem freewill.; Baptist our jjifmber; and soloist Ranell I Sund!s. School attendance at undemlgned, under the provisions J Company and: give thejm.an -,;

the way, we would wish you to_regard us. Church will hold regular pastoral En), lsb'and hope she will be back I Highland''was very low, with just of Chapter 20,955, Laws of Florida, > opportunity to buy
Acta of 1941-! wall register with the "
Come in andjet's talk it over. You will find.thab services all day Sunday st rtipl{ with us soon. Eveningworship, present.. The Junior boys, and the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in your.livestock..
under- Kith and, communion .will begin Adult,men tied for the banner. and for Bradford County Florida,
our approach. your problem is practical Sunday chop at. Si:45: a. m. UPIII i receipt of proof of publication
standing, cooperative born of our many years We are 'Urging Pall members and promptly at 7 p. m. The Federation The Clay Hill Church has just of this notice the Fictitiousname COPELAND OFFERS YOU

of experience in helping business men like yourself community frieodt to.attend, our. vgid.9ok nogej;.vwML: feg.11L--1 50,enrolled. Sunday School .and. which of I. am Neel engaged Mobile in Radio business, under at ; 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!

to meet current'needs constructively and, church: services and aftivitjea 14, Sunday Ranell English, re-there were 51 present last Sun- tit North Temple Ave., Starke, Fla.

; build solidly for the future. during the week;, Mon. ?' p. m.. porter. day! The church membership isIncreasing Donald E. XeeL 237 South Thompson 1. Cash market
Starke sole
St. Fla. owner day.
Girl every,
Wantfd Swats and have the
J Faithful Few Club,* Tues. 7 p. m. they'also ,
Dated this 20th day of October
Senior Choir Practice; Wed. Prayer Girl Scout meeting will} be held educational building almost fin- A. D. 19<>0 at Starke BradfordCounty 2. No commission. -

r Meeting, 7 p jnj:'Fri,. 7p, m., at 7p. m- each Thursday! in room ished They? are:planning a finft. Florida. 10-20 4t 11.10 3. Special '"
22. RJE. Any girl who bring Christmas and have already givenato meat:
Community State Bank of StarkeMember Prayer B nd. Rev. Louis McKay, can program "
pastpr Mary McBride, reporter. applications for four girls will:receive ,, tarted practice. Song .ser : j type, hogs "

New Bethel Baptist Church, a, valuable privet Try your vice practice is held each, Sundayat I :

Federal; Deposits ,Insurance Corporation. Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor: held luck tpnight. Four girls are.need 6'p..'m. They; are also planning WILLIAMS' 4. Can furnish hauling# for,:sufficient

Phone WO. 4-9881 Women's Day last Sunday and ed; before we can be, granted a. a, wejnex, roast, at 5 p. 'm. Saturday quantities.

raised a total of $252.65; The chapter charter. The joining fee NY> 19. Everyone welcome. JEWELRY i '

"Thank You For Banking With Our Bank' chairman,, wishes!, tb thank all is $1. Parents interested in the CALL. COLLECT HO 23011CLAUPE

I Ii persons who participated on the highest and best for girls in our .

program. Sunday, School, will:'beI community! are 'strongly urged. to I WATCHES DIAMONDS PHILLIPS, .. THERON HUDSON

let them join Girl Scouts.of America REPAIRS i. 1a PRESTON' ; POLKCopelattd

J. Givens, Ad
: < today.-E. AD Work GuaranteedA.
\ C. Williams

Mrs,Department Minnie Hall Visitor Fields,: speci Ii"'. S1EItIiiI 142' W. Call SU

''w 7'1' ]19"m ist in Elementary Education will I "" l t Starke, Fla. I ,

lv sit the schools in, Bradford Sqil Congelation r ,SAUSAG. COMPANY 9 ALACHUA, FLORIDA
Friday Nov. 1$. She will
1ge1 e ake a, tourot the- schools, withlocal .l NEWS ,::::;=::; i .. r<. .... j
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PortableTVV Supervisor Shell. Mrs.,Fiejda.i r

Slim is highly: qualified: for this post By Bill HaltS i r .

.,.. in the State Department having'I Soil Con,en-ation Service
C 0' served; ,for ten years. She holds The : r/ r '
President has :
Rank I' states and has studied recently -' the. week of November proclaimed 16-24. as _o .

at Peabodjf: in! Nashville. National Farm-City Week. This BODD- 6. j "I, ? /X DOT SEE: W'kr._+ifE: 006HTAIM

I &h if is identified with many educational occasion provides an opportunity TRIED 1o TILL ME HOW HE: CAM BE "r f:Sf &is o'fWT ANYIHE'S.THIRTEEN 1
and cultural organiza-i I j to T' THIRTEEN MONTHS MONTH WE CAN BUY AT
emphasize and develop helpful, 1 MONTHS wR
'.a.Slim! tr tions that include. Tne. IJloridai} 'friendly t and, understanding relations OLDER THAN HIS O\.t\ >ER.- WHEN: THERE CityhshS( l
Elementary Education. : WITH ARE'ONLYTWEUVE' .
Council\ qn between farm.and SISTER
; city peopte .
She/ serves as Secretary* for pmr-i'i| It calli attention! Jo the THAT? MONTHS U M al '"
; way.
1 J 1Y I Nil
Trim !! J dlvisipn of the.egqgc4-, kilo iT|:!, in which agriculture. industry, .I, A YEAR!' ;0 ,
be bettered by Mrs. Fields' I "': ': -:
we wil} :1; business and commerce working Q;" '

CARAVAN -- vi sit during the. ptp-TaEks ving i I together bring to each\ of us an t "" '_-
The ; r.'hry1 Period. l ajbundanl) supply qf food, and
Mcdel.ftt05C: (- [i fiber.
F .
Itoutifutly. itfltd Slim ? N f y yy"" y.y. y. y.y. I Some ot the folks,tht attended
(Ionic cabinet in. Wed a ,.
foint Gray color. Sound ; l r t1}' Florida: ankers. Association
.ut front ipeoktr. R, a > tHIRESSBy i. Agricultural meeting ii} Gaines-

!'vile: were Jimmy Beef( Flotilla .

OnlyTake By |uYI. G IIfisu.uuutu.u.u.taasu' I Bank; Iforiqan.Willis, OII1IJ1UnityBank CLUB FRI H P..A.
; ,O T; Hoggin, County

:Agent;t Bill, Has, SoUr; Conseryatjon. IlL '&
.-' .Service, Purpose of the.meeting STEAK 49c: 25c
14rh %nd Mfs. Jajnes'Gnanrj-

> . and children;attended % birthday agricultural\a% tg:bring workers professional'prominent ,- ......

dinnfiv Party; hor>,oygg, Mj., farmers others ROUND MEDIUM.'
an4 interested, in
%IfN Quality AH Transistor .,Gnana's mother, Mrs. Minot ,agriqultur& together to discuss local -
Gaann,. on ler 77th birthday last II 2Ihs.
e Sypdaj in Gainesville: t r conditions as they' relate to STEAK 69t MUllET 2Sc
Pocket Radios banking, and >Agriculture.
Mr.'and M s. Jam '
A complete soil and water
and; children of Silver Lake \ cqn- : .
} en'1 eAr'
strvatknfarm plan wa prepared "ND'.CIYfI, \ 1'1)) ll'Ibg, ia '"
la Santa Pe last SiuMrs.
ball ed relatives
tM .
put too ? g.am.a.HEAR
fw Steward Brown. I game uponHoward

.l' R. C.. Dampier visitbrother ed [ cujfUng fire ..vood ;nd CHOPS lb 1 TURKEYS lb. 49c
EVERY PLAY AT YOUR SEATI and sister-in-law. Mr. and up a piece of ;Aground' 4
in pagiure. He is
PJMned.tQ. put
t Mod fttPtrfyt-itfo of Ht si 1't1 l Up to 300% mor.\ MrsTw. T. 1 lgler in JacksomriBaWednesday. using Pensacola Bahia and White !: :. .... y4,,", "
3.Jbs.'J. -
: s sensitivity- Precision Wniw Tuning. Wavtmag : 'TtJ.Il gye, COLLARD, i Y\.Ts.t.l\RD" .
..t4 Aintiau; Operates M low cod fto.hlightbi Mr. and Mrs. H..CG. Cook an4 CJoyer for hj i? npanejjt

) : w k ... ., children of Haine4 Cijy vjere recent -.1 : were, diseu4ing hit'co rva- 1Sc
ttoa,farm- plan when he reqw.rlted"l'v GREENS BANANAS
} Y guests of Rex.: and, !Mrs,. MLa i dot my pasture fenced so I

$15.00. ROYAL 3DOE Packham [[can cqntro the grazing in e cjtifpajtor .
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; '. In Ebony color, Maroon Cf Tw.. Chester Searl ,who is employed f i ?." Ratati dal, grazing! will : 1: :
i Tone What end Rid.Alct at St Petersburg, spent th .
jipwqye 1 pastures.H
here with his flUWl..l?, i y.ouc )

Models at $39.95 up Mr. and Mrs- M.: Z. Sullivan : R. Bisslani. biologist for th.fi ..

..... "Ilf,I have returned. their hom her:| .' .- 1\ -

} j after visiting friends and relatives i i HoeBaptist ghurch., at theailose WE STOCK A COMPLETE UNE OF GROCERIES

in MiamL >'otr services Sunday morning. We.

Wink1e r Efeefe Service IIII Rev. M. L. Packhajca! condjictedj i the t'mbe1't o r; the church ex r

: services at North Pleasant Grove;tend qur best wishes to both; him

0 Church at Santa Fe last $ jndasjmorning jaod"to Mrs- Cuthbert and wilt bet

234 N. TenjlAv J ; Starke Fla. and evening. W'grat@tu? *Q \he accomPUl 1-:

I Rev. Samuel S. Cuthbert submitted -',ments achieved and beautification PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
-- his resignation effective'of our sanctuary during their OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M.. TO 9 P.M. --

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Well the hunters of our com- _
1 munity ,are '''like the hunters I :

everywhere filled with excitement i ,_' ,- ,, '.
t awaiting'the opening of I'I'I ,/, ... '" ':

I hunting season Saturday. .Hunt- : ._ ',' : ,- 11, ; f-'/ "' ',' .',' ,': : .
ing Is I a wonder sport but a very ;
dangerous one, so'take care.: .
The Intermediate Class of Heil-
I bronn Church enjojed a hayride i

and weiner roast Saturday: evenIng THANKSGIVING Dinner
The weiner roast was held
i;"the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W Lee who were hosts to the 20
young people. Everyone reported a I

. \wonderful time. ,."., '

I''f,, of Rev.Heilbronn. Luther Church' A. McGee, was,able pastor to .; $- J '-- lc::;- :r-s-; -.f'",,,,-, ,' r_ .'i;' ,.:r_;0_._:,'"A.Read ..,,-. ,. _, .G. .', ". 'i._ ',_'.. "_ W;<,- ;'..- .. .

}I be at church' Sunday after being r ,__ -w:.. .... .,
1 J l. We are very grateful that he '.,,'.!..9 t. .
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i is feeling better. However he .
didn't preach Sunday The pulpit .'8.- -' 'v' ,-:
:Was filled Patterson of ;" .,.'.
\ by Rev. 1,. "
Jacksonville'who reported l that he ; \ ,' :;Ift ..
::4.._ -{! How To Win
I, will enter a. Jacksonville' :hospital, \ <..C' ,
Tuesday of this week. We wish|II The Rules \ :' ,: -: ",.' V
I Rev. Patterson a. speedy recovery.!I II ,
I Others to be included: on our i iI .a,: Each space below represents
I prayer list are.Mrs tobert Sapp I' i't '
r who has been moved from the I Any reader of the Telegraph is : .< f some prominent business firm
i Baptist Hospital In Jacksonville I eligible to enter this contest., : K or person of this city. Take
to Bradford' County Hospital; ,
Mrs. W. H. (BlltJ Green who entered -' ;and the first two persons submitting ; t, the scrambled letters and ar
f Bradford 'County Hospital
1 Monday of this rinks Miss: Connie the correct or nearest range them to spell the firm
demons 'dau htfrOr: Mr.: and
I correct answers will be award ; name correctly. Then write a ,
Mrs. Mr.. ;
Roy demons: and 'Drew ;

Reddish also patient\ in' the I ed big; fat turkeys for Thanks- : s brief article on the subject .a-'.
;p Bradford County H pitat.i .,,.i' '
i Warren Johns 'Wu'Sat- rdavi giving. "What Thanksgiving Means To j
i over night guest Of his'brother t '
r ;. me." Do not exceed 100 words. ':, ;
sister-in-law. DIr and Mrs. r .
Winners of Turkology I ,Contests t > ;
Morris Johns and family of Jacksonville ':
It is permissable to use this ad-
in the previous 5 years will not s ;
,' Sunday guest, of l. rs. Annie ..= ::' \ertUement or a separate sheet .
t Kelly was hT aunt:' Mrs. Bessie be. eligible for prizes in the current ; : ; .
1 'Saoo of Raiford.: Mrs.. S' .PO also ".;(: of paper for the answers. Winners .
contest. .
with K
:VIsited Mrs. Amanda Crosby '
fiunday eventn' ;. t : ; will be notified by mail .:

i ::';Visiting wi'111+1r. and Mrs. R. 't.
: and turkeys will be. presented
.J>..Morgan And ranshfers: w''r A .. "
Mr. Morean's hrnthDr n1 sister- .,.....:. November The
: ",' .- t :Monday, 21. correct
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law. Mr. and '
Mrs fJ.q\ror nn \; rY
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if :ji.t.1 t p L
o(White Springs:,wi ,1tr. Morgan j : ..;. ,tt, : solution to the puzzles will
M Jacksonville.JSaturdav s nier .. Miss! Joan, Brown. of ,I -1 "' .'.;""' "'''';' '- ,L'" :*.,, i.., '" be published in our next issue.: '
:C guests; of Mr and Mrs., > A ,r" /: ':' ''i' '. ,
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]?rank Norman were Their Son-in- >I J. 'I ,,.-" ..'.-' .

"r. Jaw and da"Vrtr., and Mrs.I' ,,. '.,..:'' ,'; ; .. "" "'i':" J.J: .. .?:.,!;;J",... .... \...rl'-l': "I ..
lamar Reddish ami diuzhter of ,, :< "*", ;; .'i. -
'High Springs, airi their !son and .
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rlauihter-in-1 ar. Mr. snot} Mrs. ( .'. .
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r (Clinton Norman of JacksonvilK ,i --' '' : .'t-: '-.,'. .
Sunday dinner eiM'sts of Mr. "
Pi and Mrs. E. C. Erntel Johns and
, son. Warren "war' Misses: Vivian
and SUP R!'ddinT of Jacksonville. .
t AHo; visiting, .fhindav' were the.. '<
i a Johns' son and daughter-in-law. I < :

t? Mr.daughter sClwln Congratulations:and ,M'-s.Wanda Clifford,to also Mr.Johns of and Jack-Mrs.and i .2 tURKEYS GIVENAWAY4 Start NOW I Ii i l{

Harold Norman on the arrival of i
a daughter born 'Friday a. m. at
I St. Vincent's Hospital In Jackson I Iogrs

ville. She was named Vickie Lynn
Saturday overnight of
I guests
f Mrs. Amanda Crosby were hex &srih'hftctuftpii eeecttwutssaesrosrtnaaoio
grandson and granddaughter. Mr. sooddwt'klerrgniuaiecnpiioooseeeeesssmnbtragtdcavnr'
and Mrs. Lamar Reddish and <
daughter of High Springs. .
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; Visiting recently with Mr. and .r ;.. : _
t Mrs. R. M. Markham were Mr. .
I arid Mrs. Llnnie Durden of Jack- <
r sonville. sewmmaaeekgrdydrrcoare&[( epkerbmoatrssdtanlee'tsrda ::

r f 'Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White and
children of Brooksville were weekend -
guests of their parents Mr.
I and Mrs. Ancel Norman and Mr.
and Mrs.'J. B. White.
I Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. motniy.aaotmbehpbunslrcereamftdukkriuLusoarrcento! rppsseeyftlua'rni

Cornelious Moore was their soh, 5 .
Pvt Glen Moore, of Fort Jackson. itfelroaraelitdlalileewmvjyirs f I h t d S
S.C.i S .5
J Miss Linda Cox. daughter of .
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I Mrs. Lois Cox visited friends in < S <
I Gainesville during the weekend
I for the big Homecoming. i
1 Mrs. Lois Cox visited Saturdayj
\. and daughter. S I
j her son-in-law :
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attended the Homecoming game. S
Mr and Mrs. Lucky, Howe and. ogdekrtrohscu ,S .

children of :st Augustine were S S
Sunday guests of Mrs. Lois Cox- 1 Vassssstthnuoeeoaddiifctrv'radnr
Mrs.. Maude Mott left Monday S j: cccssSeeeiiiiovItxrssuslJneeaoefoag S

for a two weeks visit with Mr. and t .
Mrs M. E. [Eddie Weldon and <
children of Tallahassee p.isctnaiburyklepusSdeIfkkoesmtaawgydeocrarn

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"Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and -

son, and Mr. and Mrs. O. R, Alvarez &ccccellfe.onrorailtdmapishoto '
Jr: of Starke attended the
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wtedding of Patricia Alvarez to Itagyvlrtoegre&siamencoyrrsjsuersrtds&vpoeychpoill taavdedatsnorikr .
Jerry Baldwin in Jacksonvillelast ,< I <
Saturday night, Rev. W. E. '. I
Hall performed the ceremony.
):Mr. and Mrs. 'James 'McKenzie 1 ,' ,

of Savannah. Ga. were weekend 'pveeisath&nodrdrsbegcmanppy'oesaiia

visitors of Mr. and! Mrs Earl d l 'nsuippddrcbgbalnorsueQdeectiktryafmtiaamsdiin b .- .. ."- t

Gtodman.'Mr. __"

and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visit- .:- ... .: ,.- .
e9',JIra. Charity Glisson at LakeGeneva ;' 1.

Tuesday :
r\Ve are sorry to report the illness < i

of Mrs. TerrellMr. eegymjwerl
I : and Mrs. BiShop' Thomas ; ...f; -- .. -.
aid children and Carolyn Caen

of Brooker were Sunday dinner '", :- < !
guests of Mr. and ;Mrs. H. H.Dais .

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8, Enza Blanchard !

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The first Aid Class met at the II I
kcnool Monday night, Nov. 14.
>:freest rejneuur to attend next I I i

Monday evening' at 7:00.: I'II
.' i ir., and Mrs. B. E. Reddish

were in Dade! City a few days on I i
account of the illness of Mrs. .

KeudiiU's aunt Mrs. Mamie AnI I k'.V 1 1V
drea. She appeared to be slightly r
improved when they left. !1'1 V ; "

sympathy is extended: to the II November 18th ..8:00 P.M. V
Jamfly or R. CL ISonny) Griffis ;

jrh.o tei passed away Sunday morn- I II I !..t itI .'., .

Miss DLinn Thc.tn s spent the I
ieekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mack a

\ 'Kinney In Jacksonville They ,

brought her home Sunday after- I ornacloes Ureen Love .
fwon family.and visited; with the Thorns .- I vs. prings

Mrs. ,Francis Campbell and Mr. .j
and Mrs. L. C. King visited Fran- '
f'13 Campbell in V. A. Hosptal l*

Lake. City Uunday. I i ADFOfD MEMORIAL PARK

Mrs.' G. W, Durham of Jacksonville III
spent Saturday with her VV'

sister t Miss Elizabeth Terry.Sunday I 1 ,,
; visitors: Of Mrs. Leona .1 \ ,
Edwards were: her son, Car) 'EdI'I'' .t'

wjirds, and family of Gainesville.Mr I Home Games Ouf-Of-Tovyn Games *, ..

and Mrs. S. D. Andrew I .! .
and son and daughter of Wildwood r ,
,visiting Mr, and Mrs. W. T. I September 16 Starke 13 Macclenny: 13 September 30 - Starke 20 Jesuit 13 ,

Moore over the weekend. .
Jack Pons of Tallahassee visitI I! I September 23 Starke 19 Woodbine Ga. 0 October 7 . Starke 26 P. K. Yonge56;:. -?: '
ed Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs. I .
Hattie Mathis during\! the week. 1, November 4 Starke 28 Palatka 7
Mr. and Mrs. Becket of Nova. I
Ohio were guests of the Paul 18 October 28 Starke Live
I I II November GREEN ;COVE SPRINGS --- - Oak 6 .
Smith family Sunday\ Mrs. Beckft -

Weekend is Mrs. Smiths':guests mister of .Mr. and November 23 BOLLES November 11 Starke* 7 Santa Fe 0 I II'

Mrs. C, R. Crews and family were 1 1I
Miss Hilda Crevs of Clearwater:
pnd Mrs. E'fi! Boa.wriht and J R2V.jja .
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family of B ?,ndon. Saturday L. ,,I' ,. '... : .."9't''Y'1'.- -.:":'': ..
afternoon the heats! ani Mrs. '.,'
("rfw V ra. ant Mrs Warren A'i'..," "C.
maJVrifhf' visited friends in ", H t/Je ::T .
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Jacksonville.. and oncT ""I ....... '<"..........<. .%"1I ,,
Mr. and Mrs. AJ' felVr -.x .
.Sivannah JfP sp"ndincr! a f i':1v: wi'h Mrs. ParRar'a ..ldr'r and: t
\\l''n-1''' Mr. ,awl Mrs.! H AH l Tickets At Gale 1.25 Student Tickets Purchase d:at School) Day or Game All Children Grades 1 thru 4 FREE If Accompanied By A xt nis

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biro prt nnrhgn 1" 11! V91Anrtprr9. .
!enPrriith'" wppk vlth\ hri '

'u4 i t1tflr R"'a $i n-in-ii". Mr.. ana I Best Wishes To The Team e A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes I '
Mri" Jnv R'weH It rH tVlr newdatrhter .. ? \. ..
who arrive Nov, 8. Our Support SHUFORD'S STANDARD
<*" Mis* 'Arthurthft Flanchard spent

nIanrhard. I i ,. .
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Mr. *11'1\ Mrs! Piv Porman and I ; '
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/F'wu of Jaeksnnrllla visits '

and Mrs. B. E. RMiish; during the Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On! Compliments Of V Best Wishes From, ,." .
*P>: Ray I Is Mrs- Reddish's! '
;, 'P 81"tDarll'\ v of Jacksonville OF STARKE tV CHASTEEN ;
and Mrs. Ruth Starling and V V V. .
daujjhler of fl ar'rp' w'w dinner, ''-' MEMBER F.D.I.C. .- ,.'.E.-.** :
plate cf. Mr a, Hattie' narlpv. MIs.plnlo '!" ''}
r Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!,
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Prrtt Anti the II. W Best Wishes Team v < :::

Bennetts last: S*tndav.Mre Best Wishes From

\V l'.n"Att vie,.,." Tonnl Pres.I .
I putt om Mr <'":3! Mrs. VaughnPrfsiott THEATRE Authorized Bulova' & Elgin Dealer I
',4 "wtpv PTA mAt 'r\.IPcdav; SILCOX CITIES SERVICE
n'eht. Nov. A'n J the fvhool care'tl'rta. ( Best Wishes To The Team .

with Mrs. R. E. Lee pre- : "
ptdtllqAman! II Come On Out And Boost Our Team! TERWILLEGAR MOTORS .
Support The Tornadoes : r
other 'bt1CinfUC 1 ; tilans were '. .
made frr.la'in! ** sfmn proM YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER

ram, with '. Knifht, chairman STARKE TELEPHONE CO. Let's Fill The Stands: For Tonight's. Game I
l p'pIi"n+I trill' 1J'WA the, onMrtun1tv *
j n",rwlotSne; rllrinosttmn! I
one &l,v each "*")*. This Is aeaw .,. Support The. Tornadoes With t'o ur. Presence, *'.:' "
irate tlroan own a U. SSayings : I t CURB SERVICE AIR CONDITIONED

Bo id. Good Luck Tornadoes! .

The .Principal James Temple i I, B. THOMAS LUMBER CO. M

(rarea' talk in which he took u?: I t Best Wishes From I V '.A 1111'l
pack to our first schools in 1640 j !I STARKE RADIO & TV .

and showed the gradual improve- 11'l BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE \ .: '
en* tbro n'h' different area and '
i Best Wishes From
(rrcumstance wp to our educationll ; "

program of now It was very !llljl. Best Wishes To The Team ; 3
aunt was won i
Ronm '
Ihtwestim'V- the set'onj grader !. Compliments Of DENMARK FURNITURE CO. L'fI
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Coffee and home baked cookies .. _i. ,, ( I
fcerved by the room mothers of II '. L.3S. Walnut St. SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP ...i.1. :
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greatly enJoyed -
the: eighth grade were i '':>'. ,.*'" '."

., ,i --- _.; :.; Compliments Of .

la Carer Jrdr'... .('..,. U Are. I l'" Rest Wishes FromEDWARD'S
F.r Hradittrtt ,'41..'". Mluplialu Come On Out And Boost Our Team! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHSCHOOL4
I r*: 1-:.M ofOK 'ft'd Herr. dr-, .
'rQI t Oisi'll'Hi!}!: UKAfMlXISTRTOH V "
I You Can Be Sure If Its Westinghouse -
TAll Whom It May Con<>*rn: i
Xolire III.hi'r.br al\'t'o that 1 1 ,
tt.v nird m)' Tinat: returns as ainlutfitrator Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence"
Ittl| !, .\1I"I'f'a."d l ;; that t have fi and>dinv 'I '. Deserves Your Support :." '
UllitTI petition\! apply for final to 4Ucharite.the (Honwrabh! I..el t's Fill The' Stands: For Tonight's Game \ VOLLEY STARLING'S'1"GROCERY ; -

't'heran A. COllnt Yawn.,.County Florida Judge ono o1Brhltf.1rd <. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

\'tmb"r :.). 1H for approval of< ACE ELECTRIC SERVICE INC. & MARKET
tb. Mmi' and for fhot l dtachargta. ,
< ._nlnltraV of in* estate of r .
Pr..s 11,5.2a.dHUIII'.1.'ntrob..r t"O. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ','. Everybody Out For The Big Game! '

('harlew M. Srhmltt THERE'S NO MATCH FOR ELECTRICITY! V ., : '
.Char)** )( Sohmltt.: -1 _.
"trator the" F.etat 'ofJC80 Fred v Best Wishes tornadoes!
Un. d'r.aPd. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. :'. ,.. .
4t.1I-1II .
-, Bring Home. The Bacon, Boys! :.'" ,. ". ". :- t .. ., I'.

An\OTirn cr.' r..I: ;'. Hu, die,.efe& art herebjai VV KOCH DRUG STORE i ,
""uth'" .d rw\SrM. t* file. ant I P '. : V r GEM JEWELRY .,;. II i
rlalm* or dtmapdi which th.v maih .. .
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+ N J.. WOODBURN '.' V _
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.v* ..o'nst raid estate In the of .. .
fl'<>. *>' th* r...."t r Judit* of Brad I ... V The House Of Fine! Diamonds :
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MM (l''nn.*. F'orld In the snri' Good Luck Tornadoes! -
,. > wSrtlii'Uri' Starke'a Leading Jeweler */ *
halt at Ftar1:4 F rld% : .
_slit *' map*hr from 4h< Compliments Of r .' .
of the flr l fiiWIcatlon of thl '- .j. ,
"at ;
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rtl" \lrp, RnPhtt; .. pr "mend mil' -'. TORODE & HARDY -. NEW.
H ft."in" ft.wrltlnM r..tePw-. meat-n4 pr.nlV lisle MfirpArpP. thl V ;STARKE HARDWARE CO.SPORTING ..' ; -, ;.. ,. Best Wishes Team '?: '. .. !
nP t"" pl.tmq't,, 1p4 mnQ1w .' ,' V AND ,USED CARS :' .
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.n..1t h" h..tiimrpt. hl'e9aet > .
} ,.. wN'. ..... ftiU oil' GOODS. FARMERS SUPPLY : (!: "
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t'\--... ,. 1..11. ....',.t t..ttw jr.t"tAl/, '"......'.1.. flf "u I V "' ./: Best. Wishes To The TeaV \: (
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('tIa"'''' 11'11., d. \ i
.... I With Your Presence. :
w.et' ,Support The Tornadoes AGENCY''Wi ;
Onward Tornadoes! H. C WALL -
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ft.Jft 4tWe 11-1 BILLY :, :
Are Not Off 67 L '

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