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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.1' ,* t Sen. Charley E. Johns said Friday Night Alachua, Baker, Bradford,:,and
yesterday he had passed throughthe I Union counties will l 6r .added, to
s r tt4s-ti x 1 s.x 3Collector's Senate a bill giving each the Suwannee 'River: Authorityunder

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monthly payment' for, expenses of Florida House of Representatives.The .
graduating class, 'numbering 122, science mathematics, and English
$25. This will be in addition to bill which had been Intro
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Grand Gets will recive diplomas commence- I awards at class
Fee I Jury Case June 9 New Officers the Commissioners' present $100 night activitieslast duced in the Senate by CharleyE
ment exercises at 8 p. m. Fridayin week. '
I monthly salary I Johns, also' provides:ior $15,-
the high school auditorium.
Sen. Johns said that:Rep. A. J. McKinney son of Mr. and Mrs. 750 in, state matching -fund* for

For Auto Tags i Joe Reddish Transferred !I Of Jaycees Thomas Jr. had agreed not to oppose Dewey McKinney, salutatorian Buford E. McKinney of Starke, development of the'rive*.'basin. and
i the bill in the House. win make the :welcoming address, won a state academic scholarshipthis its tributaries. :

I Johns said that "our Commis- and Miss Linda ,Cox, valedictorian year, and received the Already members_ of..the authority .

Doubled Bill i To State Prison Hospital Are Installed sioners are the lowest paid in the will deliver the farewell ad- school's social studies award. He are SuwaJuwe ,Columbia, ,.
By state" and pointed out that the dress. is a Beta Club member, played Hamilton Lafayette; .. Madison,

After becoming ) violent I I."jawtey and Nat Morgan of Starke county has moved into a popula- Miss Cox the daughter of Mrs.E. baseball three years and :lettered Dixie Gilchrist and 'Levyconn.

A bill passed by the Florida and difficult for I:| a hard time. He became ncreas- Starke Jaycees installed new tion bracket where Commissioners L. Cox of Starke, was voted in basketball this year. ties. "' -v

House and Senate to double the handle, accused I: ingly violent as each day passed, officers Saturday night at a ladies I are entitled to a monthly sal- "most intellectual" by her fellow Musio for the commencement The bill bringing Uaddl' ,
tax collector's fee for auto tag Reddish, 40, was 1 1 until he had to be moved from the night buffet dinner-dance in the : ary of $150. class members this:year. She has program will be provided by the tional counties would permit AU g

sales will place the administrative day to the State Prison 'hospital Monday afternoon at 4:30 I Starke Woman's Club. Eep. Thomas told The Tele- served as secretary-treasurer of High School Band and Gke Club. chug to contribute'to.,to;+,$2,500 f

costs for handling tags on car at Raiford. on an order from Circuit Judge Pictured as they took the oath I graph Thursday morning that although the Science Club and was a mem- Principal Hugh B. Ingram will annually; Bradford,'$1,500;,Unioa. t

owners where it belongs Bedford Reddish was admitted John A. H. Murphree. of office are [from left]: Harry he was committed to vote ber of the Beta Club three years j present each member of the grad- $1,000; and B :k r,.isogl; .,V :

County-Tax Collector J. R. Kelly Bradford County Dr. H. H. Adams, starke; physi- Green, director; Bob Williams, director against the bill he would not fightit and of the school band two years uating class and diplomas will be Clay and Putnam;-, two'Bother; ;
said Monday. Tuesday morning after cian who treated Reddish, discounted ; Marion Harrington 1st on the floor and it would pro- awarded by Supt. H. P. Morgan. counties' invited to JpJjithe'! authority r.

l He explained his stand by killed Union County Deputy any mental problem stating vice president; O. L. [Abe Aber- bably pass the House Friday New Rescue Unit Rev. J. H. Mabry delivered the ,in'decided the' against.' participation :
program .
morning. ,
' iff Hal P. Croft and "He did want to leave the crombie, president Fred Snell ;
pointing out that fees collectedby : Baccalaureate Sermon last Sun- '
Under the appropriations
his office for handling tags pay uty Ronald Jackson.with hospital, but I don't think he was past president and state director; Gets First Call//; day night in the school auditor- the state would matrfuadsput! ; act, ,
half of blasts and then turned at all." Reddish got as far Jerome Johns, district vice presi- Winkler' Green "
71 only the salary of two extra crazy ium, where the stage was decorated up by each county for developmentof
pistol on himself. the front office desk dent, who served as installing of- Elects OfficersBradford
secretaries required for that as on one in the class colors of blue the river basin. ,Heretofore;-th*
I, purpose. The most ever collected Shot in the right side attempt the doctor said. He was ficer; Harold Beasley, treasurer; Merge Their Civil Defense and white. In his message Rev. only operating funds came from '
from license tag fee was $2,100 chest the bullet passing moved Adams said, because he Randal Chitty, secretary; and County's Mabry challenged the graduates county contributions.alone. .
I last year, Kelly explained, and it his lung Reddish hun,* would be easier to Handle at the Harold Davis, 2nd vice president. Two Businesses Rescue Unit received its first call to meet their responsibilities in a Bradford Commissioners decidedto i

costs approximately] $3,000 to hire thread between life and prison hospital. Outgoing president Fred Snell Sunday-to assist in rescue operations world threatened by Communism participate in the program fa

one full time secretary.At I three days before he began ,Reddish's case is due to come served as master of ceremoniesat in a double drowning in and warned this could be done the belief that development,would

present the tax collector's office prove. Bradford County before a Union County grand. Jury the banquet and presented a Two Radio Starke&:businesses. Television Shepherd's and- Noonan Lake in Alachua County. only by reliance on God. be extended to Santa Fe i and.New
. gets 25 cents per tag. If people P. D. Reddish said. But hs i next Friday June 9. certificate of appreciation from According to Adjutant Bill Rivers which border this
pay an extra 25 cents, :it to improve with each the National Recreation Winkler Electric Service, will Soto, the squad assisted in drag- county
Reddish two sides and this
Starke Sheriff P. D. Held on wUc) raJa
Associa-I I form
would about take care of the cost r the sheriff said, and by I said: the accused killer was "Always tion for the local a merger effective'June: I, ging the lake for the two bodies Hearing area into the Suwannes. "

of handling tags, Kelly said. I!,-was. giving guards Arley bad to: fight but why he shot standing contribution to the rec- better the owners service.say in order- : to give a father and his four-year-old son On Four Some roosters or Qt} ,project
The tax collector's office, requires reation movement in America." but were not accredited with a LaningU.
into the house Monday night or According to Inman Green see eventful development .ot :an
two fulltime secretaries and Rotary StartsScholarship why he shot Jackson and Croft Later in the evening service certificates owner of' Shepherd's Radio & recovery. S. 307 SouthThe inland waterway m the Atlantic
one part-time secretary, all of nobody knows." Reddish also fireda were awarded to Snell Television the mergerwill: resultin Soto also announced that the to the Gulf via series' & lke ,
, whom spend the majority of: their shotgun blast into the home of iI i and George Canova, retiring secretary >a reduction, in overhead and squad has purchased a bus in and canals and utilizing t Banta

f time working on the distribution 5)I.his long time friend Ira Greenof I I for their outstanding service operating expenses, thus giving which to store and haul equipment State Road Departmentwill Fe River as an importa!it'connecting

of license tags. Establishment of a local Raiford: on Monday,night ,before during the past year. customer'improved: Values and ,,,for $250 from the Florida hold a public hearing con- link. ,.. *. ; 'J
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The shortage.of past has Accomplishments for the -Jaycees t*...m ..
years' -
arstijp,fund, whereby the he allegedly killed the two service:: Development Commission. Moneyfor cerning the location'and economic "'. ,
been taken up by funds oaid in Rotary Club would assist men the next morning. during the past year were All personnel stock, and equipment bus is duein 30 days, he said effects of proposed four-laning of 42 C.a spa.TrieiJ> : i
advalorem taxes. If car owners. outlined by Snell as follows: Com- that to
donations toward 301 from Starke south
serving student annually "Both he. and his brother were will be moved to the and any U. S.
can take the entire burden of;the j'tain' four-year college long time hard 'dr1nk rs.,"'.Sheriff munity Development Program, sent location of .Winkler Electric pre- end will be appreciated.The the Alachua County line at 10 a. During J gfe'i! .
handling costs of their tags, It'; Reddish stated. The brother iras Midget League sponsorship;; Ra- m. Wednesday June 14, in the .
was approved' the I Service at 234 North Temple bus is in running condition. Iq..Co.uur1
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I r will help. save tile.adva1o?m;taxi;;; ,':pVlts luncheon "meeting ,in 'Jail in Lak .Cityv 1 ; .SorN:ABfc.eness.'the.sheriff campaignSMfltiar dio Forums, Get awards Out 'The'to -Out Vote ,/uenue. as, 'soon as additional .':JSoto ,.sai6V4UHl: .volunteers courthouse- at' Ftarke, \
"payer money. S6me""people, Kelly day. 'said,'at the time ; space can be added 'Shepherd's will pa1 tit: and look it over mechanically. -The hearing*.?jeiny held as required County Judge T.'A. r awn.4t. .
said, pay no' other tax except. the Joa shot.the deputies.. standing Citizens, and Good Gov- old place'of business is at 412 The squad's resuscitator by law on, projects where posed bf 42 routine / o,a.ncJ
Approval of the ernment, automobile safety check, I .
sales tax. News of the tragedy traveled fast : East Call Street ,in the old A&P .and portable generator. will be Federal aid is involved-! is not misdemeanor-case9. during Plea
The fee hike also applies to gram::was given after a countywide'track and field meet, I in
I Day County Court'last Thurs
l and a bill was introduced into the building. housed, in the._bus.Permanent for the purpose of discussing
the collector's service charge for cussion presented by Judge presentation of safety tlotls!to; day. i '- .
Y ivn. Taking part in 1 I Florida Legislature this, week to E. A. Winkler is the present officers elected at right-of-way matters but to hear
grade school contributions of
$50
other state services such as issuance Bad check Writm..led' the
cussion the club's give $2,500 to Deputy, Croft'swidow. owner of Winkler Electric Service. last week's meeting were: Don objections, if any, as to the location list
of aircraft license and were to exchange student fund, and $25 of fenders'with'IS ewes'of that '
Both Croft and Jacksonwere Champion, captain; Jack Tra- of the road. Persons wish-
certificate of title.Thomas H. A. Bishop Jr.. and to Rescue Unit. type while only"11 "
elect. Freeman Register married and had one child Dancing was enjoyed by the 4-B Girls %Win wick lieutenant in charge of ing to register objections will with speeding person, usually'W recharged

participating were Hugh each. members and their guest
Battles 'gram, principal and Ray CORRECTION the banquet. Shiner. Civil Defense advisor and transcriptions of their statements In other.cases.top:persons( "we;
dean of students at Johnny Hagan special technician. with .driving'
CD CertificatesA forwarded to Washington. charged without,a
!High School. Through error it was stated in HOMECOMING PLANNEDAT Soto also said that a local phy- license four for 'reckless driving

For Federal Aid According to the plan newspaper accounts last week EVERGREEN sician .will be scheduled, if possible Officials of the State Road Department one for forgery_ one, for f leaving

the club will make $600 that Joe Reddish, charged' with Evergreen :Baptist Church will Civil Defense certificate was to speak at the regular will conduct the 'hear the scene of' an accident; and four

to the selected student the slaying of a Union County hold its annual Homecoming on presented to the Starke 6th grade meeting next week.A ing. miscellaenous offenses.

To EducationRep. first year in college and $ deputy and his assistant was a Sunday June 4. Dinner on the 4-H Club Girls in a school as-I ...,,.'---S-d.aw .. ,.. w ...a.vvM.aa..w.wt
nually for three more nephew of Sheriff P. D. Reddish I grounds at 1 o'clock, and old sembly Thursday of last week.

would: not be a grant but +]|: of Starke. Actually the accusedis j j i fashioned singing and good fellowship .The award was presented by Mrs.C. SPORTS

A. J. Thomas Jr. of Starke i; be repaid by the student a first cousin of Sheriff Red j I in the afternoon Stan1 L. Scholl, County Civil Defense ,

joined a House group that fought [Continued On Pate ] dish and not a nephew. 1 ley Crawford, social director. Director, and was the first of its G9%:, .q

hard but unsuccessfully against a i| kind made in the area for workon .er. :
bill that would bar Florida from I L 7 a i ----
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participation in any federal aid Many Visitors Admire ArrangementsAt ,and .alert the public to the Civil
to education that would be offer-i' Defense program.

ed states under a bill now pending i: Miss Dorothy Ross, home dem-

In Congress.. I, State Prison Flower ShowMore onstration agent, was given a Y ht + .. u .F .
Thomas described the measureas Heatab-Cookit, a pocketbook size -n" :;
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"a cruel bill" that would keep I stove, for her contribution to the $I 4IX, h w4AW
Florida schools from getting fed- than 400 visitors registered Community Club house. mens, most of the 23 flower arrangements program.The .

eral funds "after we the Legis- for the First Annual Flower Show : Judges of the show were im- | and many of the 13 local girls spent several
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lature! deny them what they need staged by the Vocational Agriculture pressed by the large variety of I corsages which were made by the Saturday mornings hemming

[Un state funds] Section of the Education plants being grown in banging inmate-students with no professional blankets to be used in any disas- wi'

The bill touched off a furious Department of the Florida State baskets which had been ingen- training.The ter. They were assisted by Linda : ? _

floor fight in the House,but lacked Prison last Friday and Saturday. iously fashioned from scrap metal large collection of grow- Cox and Carolyn Chilson, junior __
I the two-thirds majority necessary Each of the 25 1nm te-sfudents and made a spectacular 'xhibit. ing orchids came in for much attention leaders, and by Miss. Ross. Girls : irJt

to bring It up for final con in the vocational agriculture class The large collection of terrariums, in the way of varietal displays hemming blankets were Genie

sideration. Those who would bar has his own project within the arranged on the club hous'" stage types of growing media Strickland. Lorine' Alvarez- Jayne ; -
Florida from accepting federal horticultural program, ard each formed another center of interest. and the kinds of orchid pots. One Hardy, Renee Moore Harriett

aid for schools have expressedfear entered his finest plant in the Outstanding in tne show were surprise was the exhibit of or- Loudon Margie Dowling, and yS jn L i'iiu
of Federal control. show which was staged in the many of the horticulture speci- chids growing successfully In native Judy Griffis. Diane Hardy 'and

Senator Charley Johns said cypress bark taken from logs Karen Lee were 7th graders who _
yesterday he had not studied the grown at the prison.. helped. ,
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House bill, but, off hand could No less interesting than the Other parts of the project werea w.a',

see no objection to federal aid for show are beautification projects talk by Mrs. Scholl to the club ti .15.. I
schools since the states accept being carried ,on under the direc- on Civil Defense, a visit to a fall

federal aid for highways, tion of M. B. Jordan, ,the voca- out shelter and the presentationof "
pitals and other public hos-I tional agriculture instructor. a play.Cong. Lee, CogdiO, left, Starke track captain, looks over the trophy the Tornadoes woa for'a Class A division .

These include massive victory the recent state meet here with Dave lIurse, renter team coach; cad Bob MeBuI
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den in front of the prison medical Matthews president of the Bradford Quarterback pub.

Midget League : building, where 150 rose bushesof
Asked To AppearOn
.54 varities are in bloom. Manyof All-Sports Banquet Honors Athletes '
Opening these _are new and yet unnamed TV Saturday -

"kt having been sent in for
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.c -_ a: Congressman R. Billy Mat- Bradford High All-Sports the boys. They have to do it sented a special' Award, just start
June
Saturday, 3 testing by nurseries all over the D. -
country.R. thews has been invited to appearon Banquet honoring athletes from I themselves." He further added ed this year for lettering in three

(Games Scheduled. E. director of education a program "From,Capitol Hill every sport except footbaI took that, "This is one sport where a sports. The "Jimmy ].MnVv
tI Upton Jr., to Jacksonville" on WJXT-TV place. in the school cafeteria last (parent can't say to me 'Why is Award". honoring the late BBB

At2and3:30P.M. J I flowers, explains the value of', [Channel 41 at 4 p. m. Saturday, Thursday night under auspicesof my son not playing." senior who would have lettered in
-\ and other beautifJcatlonefforts June 3. Among the topics to be the Quarterback Club. Special blankets were awardedto three sports tJ1I'w.! is-* plaque.

Sponsored by Jaycees I "Plants on, make the prison morale.human discussed in the 30-minute pro- Bob McRae president cf the John Adams and William Sil- bearing each winner's.came. It,
a more' gram are federal aid to education Quarterback Club, was master of cox of the,A. M. Club. These boys will remain" at the. school. 'in the
Pratt StreetPlayground t tf 1: atmosphere than of the cold", mechanical the farm program, and congressional ceremonies at the banquet which worked ,out each morning before trophy case in .the rear of _the.
he declares
I es climate prison ,redistrictlng. honored Bradford's 1961 State school for the entire season. auditorium :,
tid Championship track team, as wen Basketball Coach Carleton I New officers of-the QuarterbackClub
I Mr. Jordan was honored on Sheriff's Posse as the baseball and basketball Koch presented an All-Keystone were announced ,by President -
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Y&i flower show day by a poem writ- teams. Highlighting the affair Conference Award to Woody Bob McRae. They are: Arthur
i ten by his students praising his To Meet FridayThe were talks by coaches of the three Strickland. The Tornadoes gained HoHiday president; Curttf
: This Space Contributed d, guidance and kindncf* as an in- fporta'whO told stories concern- the conference tourney finals before Lee vice president! ; Mrs. Jack Uc-
Weekly to Publicize 1 1t I It structor. Bradford County Sheriffs ing their specialties and presented bowing to P. K. Yonge 4544. Comb secretary and Mrs. Gertie

t w Community Events by I i d'i;b 1'ti k.In The first greenhouse at the Posse will meet Friday nightat awards- Baseball Coach Charles Francis McRae treasurer.
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---------- prison which Mr. Jordan says 7:30 upstairs in the courthouse Track Coach Dave Hume said presented All-Keystone Awards to The Club recently underwent *

COMMUNITY .. exotic surrounding banging baskets filled .with luxuriant really got the horticultural pro Deputy Dolph? Reddish announced. the team's success, it was their Strickland, shortstop and Emory name change from .thQ. '-h3r8d1Crd-

i\ THE tropical plants three Starke admirers -. Sirs. Ever Anderson,_ Mrs. gram "off the ground,"'was: made Reddish also- said that the second 'state championship in Eunice outfielder His teams' Boosters Club to the Quarterbadrdub.
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possible by the "nickel project" posse has been invited to the history dealt largely with desireof compiled a winning 12-6 record McRae explained the changewas
: : 3L Cressler, and Mn. R. A. Newsome shown
STATE BANK W. are I being a prize -
; ;;:: wherein each of Florida's 30,000 Arcadia All-Florida: Championship the squad to improve it&elf. the best of any Tornado. team in made to avoid conft&ion between -*
specimen by M. B. Jordan vocational agriculture instructor: : at. the. .,Garden : individual the last eight ,' : L '.' his club ''aJiI.1WJ5:
Club members contributed Rodeo on July 3 and 4, but --rract.1s.&tr1cUy an years. : < -
I' 4E State Prison's first 'AJIral'wn! show last weekend. five cents toward this program. has not accepted the offer yet. sport," he said; "I cant do it for Senior Marion CotUe was pre- Boosters. -: -_. 4

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AGE: O' .. __ ". BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE .1, 1961

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(rl (' %' 0---._VI-_--_-_... -,_._,-' -'_-__lFarmer's_-_ -_ .. ,_ _._ IB Probate I said- Court at Starke. Bradford-} Bradford- County.- -Florida.

i i In Re: Estate of Edward John ford County. Florida this 2Jrd day: BolUs V. Knight,
\\helau also known oas Edward J. i iWhelan of May, 1961.CIRCLTIT : P, O. Box S4%. .
Diary Deceased. i ( COURT SEAL) '. Starke. Florida
I Notice Of Filing Petition For (S) Charles. Darby Attorney for plaintiffs.'
," ...... .- Final Discharge Ot The. Adiumistiatrix -I As Clerk of Circuit Court of $-5 4t 61'I
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{ yam McGarvey .. .. .... .., To All Whom It May Concern: '. -
F \ : Notice Is hereby given that I :" Men' Clothing I \\II
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; Uur Soil Our Strength have filed my final returns as Ad i imlnistratrix ALVAREZ' i
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i \t ( device on it,( you're, lucky,. for of the Estate with of Edward.the .will John annexed Whei,\ ?I)III STORE EtathshedlS94 mill I

J otherwise. .will turn out.. Several .1.1x. lan,' deceased; that I have my i .
MQP4t }Iei .. times.we've had trouble with this Soil Conservation ';.Petition for Final' Discharge and !' -
j that 1 will apply to the Honorable j
;- switchBeing ci logg d with a bug ... .. ;d" "" :v Theron A. Yawn, County Jmdge of I'
Dear Members of the Graduating Class: or debris, and 'after. cleaning it ':l"I I'L'radford County Florida. on the For The Best Deal Anywhere
r 's I 26th day of June 1981. at 10 o'clock !
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This': Friday night you will receive those coveted diplo- the pump worked fine again. How- f I I A. )I. or as soon thereafter' as the 5' '

mas.and: short time later will start out on a night of fun ever, we. might add that messing ByBillUasRequests I I same the same may and be heard for final for approval discharge of'i; SeeROBERTS'

and festivity that somehow, for better or worse, has be- .- around with a pump is a dangerous ]- as such ,.Administratrix.
thing to do, unless the for soU'and water May 18. 1961. I '
come aliart'of .graduation tradition.We That was a fine series of show- poweris i Dorothy Agnes Swanbom CHEVROLET
to fun OFF. A. power. company man conservation farm plans ,were Administratrix with the Will an- ,
wouldn't for the world do anything spoil your
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had last week and
I ers we we hope nexed of the tate of Edward
told MS recently'that 110 volt current made by H. R. Schlep and, ; t
I -undoubtedly you'have earned it. But don't, for heaven'ssake that more are on the way. The I John Whelan. I I'I'I .
kills more persons than all Arthur Gaskins. Schleppi is putting -,,I' 5-25 4t 6-15 "AiD bLPSMOBILc.
get the1 .i idea' that fun must be .mixed with tragic care- rain was particularly helpful to ,
high
voltages combined. most of his land: 1to pasture, r NOTICE I
lessn r the tobacco which has been .
_s.- : crop 'I SNow as well as Gaskins. They Blan to Notice Is Hereby Given that the AUTHORIZED DElE f !:. '
standing still:for some. time. I undersigned, desIring' to engage in'!' .1, '
None ot you, perhaps, ever heard of Jerry Goodman, 17 ., if ,the pump is apparently use !ahia for their permanent 1 I 1 business under the fictitious name" ..

or Wale West, 16 han Allen, 16 Joan Robinson, It's getting'about, time to set running ,at top speed, and still pastures..Their land lines have ;| X.of Cherry"JACKSON Street& BISHOP",' in the City at 21J of I Ii Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.

14 Kay: Fyffe, 16 or, Alberta Bigler, 17. They lived :sweet potatoes, 'but there'll haveto producing probably no with water the, the air volume troubleis graphs been located and a request on aerial for. soil photo-and!I,i I,Starke the said Florida name with intends the Clerk to register of the ", i, i..

:. iq Arizona-ra long from Starke and Bradford County 1 be a lot more moisture in the I i Circuit Court of Bradford County, :
way control. This gadget works fine capability maps has been made to Florida. .
-but the accident that look their lives graduation i ground before it willbe safe to W. T. Jackson 1:1.i.
on.a. with absolutely clear water, but the Soil Conservation ,Service, soil. I.

night, last week could have happened here. Pulling, from a .attempt,a planting.* as we all know many of our wells scientists in Lake City. I II HI.A. Bishop. 5-25 4t 6-15

side road into a main highway in front of another speedmcar. produce rusty water, and some. of Complete soil and water conservation Of Extra Cost ,
When getting eggs this weekwe !a The Circuit Court Of The I One Quart ..t
cost them their lives. that sediment farm plans wert: delivered Eighth IS
'
found L. W. :rage and 'his son can quickly' clogthe Judicial Circuit Of Florida la I F R E E With Each
A. V. C. ,Best way to fix it to Gary Martin of Lawtey, And ,For Bradford .COBB!)'i IB or Gallon ..h
working on a, :Wl.ter'pump.:\ Of ,
Then there were James Knapp, 18; Freddie Adams, 15; practically is to take it off and throw it as E. L. Lester of Brooker.. and L. H., Chancery CASE! AO. 1Z9SQUETIG One you buy. ::;
Sam is
Larry Schilwart, '18, and Larry Donges, 18. They lived i in :course as a far away as you can, and put Harris of Keystone Heights. Included : TITLE !
;Vernon Texas did before headon collision Php' (pump head doctor) he had boil and A. E. McKinney, Jr., et "at., Plaintiffs Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal iiJJ .
or at.least they a to get his big fat' nose into the plugs in each opening.In time the in these plans are I vs R. & Strickland, et al..

-V after, an all-night graduation party cost them their 'project and'before long. we found pump' wll| become water-tbound capability maps, conservationplan I Defendants.NOTICE OF SUITIn I

lives also.: Donges was a star pitcher on the high school l that the 'air' volume control wascloggei (run almost constantly) but youaropz4 maps and a discussion of the The Name Of The State of MARY, CARTER PAINT, STORE
conservation Florida To -- -- - -- --- -, -. .- -
made for ; :
baseball team; Schiwart was an all-around athlete''who adjust get this by installing a decisions R. B. Strickland, Sallie D. Ma- ; :

been offered a college scholarship; and Knapp was a T' SIn faucet to drain the tank, and practices to be- "applied.- in each. gee,' Jessie Jones, James F. Jones, 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588OPERATORS
4bile.this i is chore it is lot Jennie Hagaman and her unknown
a a field.
member ,of Ihe high school} band. But .accidents 'are no re- our 12 years of messing I spouse if any, Wilbert B. Rogers 1 iTHELP
cheaper and easier than being The 1961 Feed Grain 'Program
and unknown
his if
around 'jet water we have spouse any
pumps -
'specters of persons'Ve bothered by the A, V. C. offers wide opportunity for the' \ ,, B. Rogers, Francis B. Hodges
hit upon a step by step check also: known as Fannie B. Hodges,
\ 'hope that reading this editorial doesn't put a damperon that'so far has always resulted in '. Soil Conservation Service to help I I' and her unknown spouse, It any I

your fun' on: graduation-night. Certainly it was not intended ,getting the fool thing running I If the fool thing is running I Bradford Soil 'Conservation District Owen spouse, if Owens any, ,if and alive his, and unknown It dead I

: If have water and without bringing out a drop ,ofwater'is I 'Cooperators and others to I the unknown heirs, devisees gran- I .
,
again. .no ,
ill |:hat, spirit We do hope i it causes )90.to stop a I : you in theirs tees, creditors lienors and other'
make important gains
minute and think, and might'keep from taking that unnecessary on looking at the pump you find I may haves lost its' prime. claimants to the hereinafter described I WANTED FEMALE
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you .it just, sitting still, doing nothing, Unscrew the top plug and pour in i1 'and water conservation work. lands, by, through, under or I :
chance that seems so tempting at the time. against each such deceased; the unknown
Soil Conservation Service can
j first$ see if you have power ,to the water it may have lost its prime The heirs, devisees legatees, ,. J r,

Fur l fun,, that 1..: need not be mixed with care- :motor. If. ou're sure the "juice" is about 2/3 full, then step back and .help provide technical guidance grantees,' creditors and all other interest .. r
parties or claiming any -
lessness and t lqijr' chances.> That is the only message we I on, then the trouble is in the con turn on the current. l to'the County ABC Committee on in and persons to the hereinafter described .

soil' types, soil 'survey interpretations lands, by, through, underor ,
tact points of the switch. Try 999 i c ; --' '
wanted to get across. Thanks for listening. i against each Fannie B. Jones O .
tapping"lightly on the switch with These suggestions are meant to land capability determi- also known as F. B. Jones, deceased -I f

a screwdriver handle; if after be helpful, but .we by no means nations, and soil and water con William C. Jones also known

Toward Promoting SR'IQO' several. good' sound taps, the pump are posing as an "expert". It's servation practices. Also, help select -| aa T. Jones W. C,, deceased Jones. ,deceased Christina James Jones

starts, the fault is with the con- just that we know what a lot of conservation uses for the diverted deceased. Jessie C. Prevail deceas..
ed.: Joseph Jones. deceased Fred
A meeting of great significance was held here_ Monday tact points, and they may ba trouble a water pump 'can be and acres such as perennial Guy Jones deceased,Mallie Jones deceased -. SEWING% MACHINE

night jieJeiegates 'from cleaned 'with emery cloth or we're glad to pass along the lit- grass and legume seedling.:, annual Oliver Jones, deceased, andJ. .
Y{ counties. along the entire length C. Jones, deceased, respectively; '
scratched clean with knife. tle we know. or temporary type seedlings I
a Cora Bell Douglas whose residenceIs
of. State Highway 100 gathered to discuss what could be S. ofgrasses' or' legumes, develop-,I Route 2, Box 321* Brewton, Alabama -\
done to improve this route which will 1 and all persons or parties I
soon assume greater If the motor is running steadily And. speaking of eggs, Alice! ment of water storage facilities:: having or claiming to have any .

importance( than eyer before. without\ producing? a drop of found a batch of eight rubbery 1! food and habitat planting for right, title lands or interest in or to the !I I .
following : "
Highway 100, which cuts a diagonal l path from Lake City water, the trouble may be in the eggs buried about six inches un-' wildlife, planting of shurbs or Beginning at Northwest cor. of ,.

to the East Coast at Bunnell, now carries a count of, around switch' at the end of" the motor d.er the sod out in the field! and trees, volunteer cover and sum-!I NW Twp.i 6 of-S.,SE R',22 of E.NE'i, thence of Sec.run 32 X j|I

1,500 vehicles 'daily through Starke, but this should be which throws it into "high gear"so we're wondering just what the mer fallow, if 'county committee 88 degrees 29 minutes 10 seconds '

with to speak, once it is'started. If heck : determines it is not practical to IE 717.8 feet, thence run S 1 degree 0. I
greatly
stepped up the completion of thenew Federal they re.'They are about 16 minutes E 774.23 feet, thence I /

highway 'system.. A look. at t the map .discloses that 100' will the switch is not working prop-I 1-1/4 inches long, light brown in establish cover. run seconds N 85 E degrees.241.85 feet 36 to minutes westerly 30.! ,

l become the' natural connecting link between two Federal erly, the motor just keeps on color. and, have a 'soft, rubbery 'Lee' Green used the District rightof way line of State Road 200!I .
grinding along at low speed until covering (Alice dropped one and fertilizer spreader to put out 10- thence run S 48. degrees 10 minutes "
highways in the new interstate system and, as such, its : 30 seconds W 655/J5 feet, thence ,; Good
it
overheats Pay
and if at Pensacola
that she 10-10 fertilizer his
I! said! it bounced. Could on
'
theybe 30
minutes
.run N 78 degres 56: sec-j: j .
importance to 'tfiip! i area will be.' greatly increased in the i : ,
next point you have an anti-turnout {he' 'eggs of a turtle? Bahia pasture. onds W'-H3.8 feet thence run N W'2 '! .r
few years. degrees 54'minutes 30 seconds
1002.2 feet to said P. O. B.. being ]

Representative community leaders from Columbia, Union, ---- -.- -r,,, .., '4" I II J (lall of JJWtt of SEU of' NEU. and Good Working! ; Conditions
that 'portion of SE'i of SE', of I INEU
Clay, and'Putnam, as \well as Bradford, attended the meet- Dli!; RIGHT POfNi Ivt .n* West of State Road 200, and I ,

ing here Monday. nighf, and enthusiasm! ran high when the Home Demonstration way you I writ Come In and acted a NE.U portion of of, said the SW Sect.'4, of Twp.SE, ,and of! "

potential of tins''important highway 'was, discussed. A permanent ( I your favorite ESTERbROOK Range; in Bradford County Florida Steady Year 'Wound Work ,
Notes, Fountain ,en. TELEGRAPH.' You and each of you are hereby ,
association was I formed, with Bill Penn of Palatka 1 notified: that a suit in equity has ., t .:" s i '-. *I' IJ K' /,,> ;
elected chairman:' .,, I.J' b1,..., been brought by A. E.. }.McKlnney.Jr. j: "d fc ':H .! '.' ... -t _
.and a concerted promotion' effort foi."the' ''' i );'tI.isitJ .c_ j Of The 'W.'H.'Noegel, Jr.,'and Elizabeth .. '. : : ."r:.". .... '''' ,.. < .' .'
I ponomrnossrhi7c.,1 ; .".-.\
and '.. .,
.
his' wife
route was discussed. The, suggestion _was made that it be Ulghth Judicial Circuit Of Florida. Noegel against you tfJf.'WV "" : *
Home. Demonstration la And For Bradford Cosit,. also against Cora B. Winans, Jessie: \
':nicknamed ,Thetentury Route (since i if; is SR 100)[ ) and ad- t Agent In Chancery.' Mae Scott Brack Prevail, Can'leDarby : :: ". "e: : .i. '1

YSrtisecl ,and promoted in a way to attract more, and more Cook Outs and' soak for '4 hours in J freshwater CASK DIVORCE NO 12-087 Hooter-Flitch Ritch,Company Mary Jones and C and A. :!' .- ,' ..",' ,..I
attention from the : _.Margaret Jamison Wycoff. Plain- Futch as the sole surviving partner,, ,
traveling public.It Cook outs
are proving popularfor "
changing water 'hour. in the Circuit Courtof .
defendants \
every, Jiff, ,v's, Russell Wycoff. Defendant. as '
was, also brought out at the meeting that it would club members and families Make Order Of Publication .And Xotite Bradford County, Florida, In II : WILL HIRE ;, .
a syryp\ .o{ 5 Ibs, sugar, 3 ..-.. I-_ To- Defend I Chancery ',and .you are summoned, 15 GIRLS :
be this oflthe -
possible. though probably inyolying a lengthy effort- summer. One food de- ordered an<| required to file your 1 I c; r"' _.., .
pints of cider vinegar, 1 table- In' The' Name Of The State Of : ;; ;.T .. .. ,
to tights \ enjoyeji t is grilledshrimp4t Written answer wr defenses to the '
obtain it Federal number designation for'the route. For thev/haye: Florida To: 1 ,
each
spoon whole cloves,. whole HussellWycoff I Complaint filed herein against you \
a'.long time it has been said that 100. was "too: short" to begiven new different way' of allspice, celery seed, and 4 sticks I C/o Mrs. Ted Wycoff I in the above entitled cause in the' AGES 13 TO 40 ... \
preparing. a favorite sea, od.'You. 185 North' 2nd 'Street office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
a Federal number, but a State Road Department official want -- of cinnamon' broken Bfing.to..a Uaymondville, Texas. |lof Bradford County, Florida, in the "
too to "
will try it! '
\attending' th
there i is, t'J J Jeast one highway i in Florida' \'eil shorter: than Allow, one-half pound shrimp let stand overnight. The next, fil ison d \Vcoff again in you the by Margaret above named Jam- 'or i and defenses to serve upon a copy Hollis of such V. answer.// IMMEDIATELY: .- \q'1

lOp, that -has Federal number ': .' per'person. Peal and wash m-cold morning boll for 1 hour. Pack I Court and' cause,' and you are hereby -I whose address, is P: O. Bo :.... : ;- .. :.
Now that know it is 1 cucumbers lightly hi sterile jars.' summoned ordered and required Starke, Florida plaintiffs' attorney: '."r. il I 1 .".,*! !, .-
we
:
not water.- ide-
impossible of attainment, Remove sand vein, if to' tile 'Jour"' written "answer or' defenses -I, herein on ,or before such date a81 ... I : \ I
the association should Cover with boiling hot syrup to J the complaint in said required by the laws of Florida
start making sired. Place in bowl. Make up a to
effort to obtaina 1 .
every and the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure -!
which 2.garlic buttons' have' been I cause in the office of the undersigned I
Je qP'IJJ' sicTiatipn for Highway 100. Even though I marinade using one-hall cup : "' Clerk of:: the Circuit Court ,.If you\ fall to do so, decree

totes, several l years to realize this goal it would be itl! olive or salad oil, one-fourth cup'!, added just before pouring In at.Starke. Florida on or before the pro confesso for'' the relief will be demanded entered against in the No "
: worthwhile :I Process at simmering 10 Jars'j.22nd day' of June, A. D. 1961. and you Experience Necessary
and-would: lime or lemon juice, 2 tablespoons I 'to: serve a copy thereof on 'l'heron complaint.You .
mean toward _
more stimulating traffic Jin; hot bath the
on for each 2' a [jars covewd A, Yawn Jr., plaintiff's'attorney; are further notified that ,
pounds: i
thJIi'r tei: anany other one thing,that could be done soy sauce i! water] to get a good seal. Chill ;whose address is: P. O. Drawer 791 nature of said suit Is to remo\e' .
Pour and clouds from and the title of t
shrimp; over shrimp Starke, Florida- or before aid quiet j i
'if.Wef hope that the enthusiasm shown before using1. Green tomatoes the above described
here Monday night stir to coat all shrimp. Cover and maybe date, as required by the Laws of plaintiffs to j
peljuntil.iome'of these objectives realized I used instead of cucumbers: Florida and the Florida Rules of real estate as an indefeasible fee 1
are and we refrigerated or more' hours. Civil Procedure. If you fall to do simple title. '
believe that: it will. Concerted effort by the leadership When charcoal fire has -died Note: The spices may be put in so a decree pro confess will be It is ordered that this order and LAKE
shall be published once a BUTLER APPAREt
the relief notice
a cloth to entered against you for CO.
Like bags so as them
remove
Cityy Lake Butler,. Starke, Keystone Heights, Palatka, down and coals look grey, they demanded the complaint.This week for four consecutive weeks in
Bnell from pickles before putting In I notice shall be published Bradford Count .Telegraph. It I
ther
and. ......., 'towns along the route can, turn the trick. are 'ready for the shrimp. .: jars. Spices left in I Icause' once each week for four consecutive newspaper published in Bradford
t:::* I. ..,':ri tK' Slip both ends of the shrimp I pickles will weeks in the Bradford County Tele- County. Florida and having a gen-
them to turn dark. graph. eral circulation in said County.
Good Riddance onto a skewer and place on grill.i Witness my hand and the seal of Witness! my hand as Clerk of the
Turn in about 5 minutes. Cook the Circuit Court at Starke. Brad. said Circuit Court and the seal of -- --fi..w... .... __, .
4 k'T : tord County, Florida this lth day, ,._ _.. ,.... ----------_
about 5 10 minutes Serve -
or mor A. D. 1961.. : --
The work of the tot of May
1961 Legislature is drawing to a close alone or with cocktail sauce. 'To D5OJl,666 (CIR(!rIT COURT SEAL)
this week and Charles A. Darby. Clerk of the
much remains to be evaluated
before we can complete the meal serve foil Circuit Court of Bradford

say whether it was a good, bad, or indifferent session. Whatever baked potatoes a' tossed salad,". County Florida.By fuse checks to bills '
the : Marian L. Crosby, pay my : '
eventual outcome, there is one 'piece of legislation, or slaw and crusty rolls. Potatoes Deputy

passed by both houses and, sent to the ,Governor for signing, I or corn wrapped; in foil may be Cterk-J 5.25 4t 6.15 because. '
'
of}, which we heartily approve. This was the bill aimed at placed on the coals. 'Allow about fa The Co.atyJades Cent. Of !,. -- ; ... ,
stopping political one hour ,for the potatoes to cook Bradford Coantr, Florida.That's :
like the
group so-called "Democrats for ;
and about 30 minutes for the .Ii "
Eisenhower' and "Democrats; for Nixon" from ; -- \ I
Florida participating corn. Turn ,them over white cook- I \ .
inffuture '_
elections.
The bill Our Business "
prohibits use of the .4' I

n me'of & political party without approval' of the state Ing.Crisp Cole Slaw! GIISS. "If It's Glass ...;."' We Have It" 'They're such wonderful ,,, -, &l\' "-
party
cnaornan.
A special delight is the additionof ,
i CALL 'WRITE .time-savers..and each
er VISIT ,, .
..
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We tea long objected t to this a grated cucumber to coe'slaw.) ": ; \
type of '
political
shenanigans -
whe'eby MD Leave skin on. Sprinkle sugar on S. Joe actually itself
som
mocrats' who haven't Peters Glass Co receipts ,
voted for : ; .
.
tlepart3iomjee i in 20 I grated cabbage and cucumber tocep .""t'-'i' ', .;1,., :-\ '
have ....
years sought to sabotage \t ers! -.Chill until ready to ;; 'U.,4, : 4
th l fzom within FOR .andlneedntworry ;',
: pa 1: ; voting ANY GLASS NEED '
regularly for the with
Republican serve. To serve, toss mayonnaise .
\ four We Design Modem' Store Fronts -,.:."* ; ,, .
JJp.W\le.e very years, yet enjoying the benefits and and one tablespoon lime : ; ..
p etje. mLho19mg nominal Just Mail ,Us A Pattern for, about losing them-like .j ; )
membership in the Democratic juice. '.;..... .. t
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Party.Ve Canning In Pressure Sauce Pan, .___- ? Table I Tops cash..and O' the stubs ( ; : <. ..... -

sincerely hope that Governor Vegetables can be, safely processed 1313 N. W. 4th, PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4353 "4'fJ-;, .' _, ; ,
Bryant that ., ; ; ;, url
affixes his 1 i in a pressure saucepan .J' .,... '' f' -

without signaturejidue t.. that o1rsel! or allows the bill to become law I I has a weight type or: gauge control r .:" keep a, record' Really, : / y ; .. t
BO ,
4t. we may at long.l last see the end of this i registering 10 pounds of pres-1 I / : r : I
it's much busicesslike
:crcical Qgm rats more -
I
for the RepuWjcominee" sure. j .. ., i it
business I ,,', ., .
Support ... ,
'VeryJour years. Use the recommended -proceSs I lit }. '' ,
I '. I
time for pressure saucepans as| : ;
<
follows. This is'for pint'glass jars. j : ; rv-; ''"" I'J } 'i

Snap beans '25 minutes; butter' PRIY ATE ENTERPRlst: I '. ;' .
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'TH BFADFORD COUNTY .'l 'ftJ ,I-
ESTAULISHED TELEGRAPH beans 45;' beets sliced or diced : l'. Js

1879... as:' corn whole grain] 45; carrots ". : A FEW MINUTES! AND A FEW DOLLARS Will ;; ',

11orida'a oldest weekly sliced] 30; summer squash The ; Wftich Made -. WV :_ : ; ;, 'V I. d
Principle Our -t.
:; .... '. 'Xe\fSpaptl Pnblhhed'Coa 30;' okra.25; peas 40. OPEN YOUR'HECKING ACCOUNT I
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FLO. R-I 1., E 5 S tinuou&ly. Under The Same Place rack in bottom of cooker. Country Great! JCSK7. ',f. > *:'\ ',--'Jt" :' ,- 'i T :" 'L{[

-, t Masthead'. ,Put in-one! .quart:of hot water,. if :r1 '1

g. T P N I 4.pint jars are to be processed. or" 'I

.. ) E. L. MATTHEWSEditor I l\2 'quarts'if less.than 4 Pints are 1 '

L \ and Owner to be processed. I WHEN. YOU THINK ,OF GAS !

If the rest of the details 'FLR1DAi I

.,IN' TRADE AREA SUBSCRIPTION- RATES canning ,ate needed contact oft Think! .t

ONE YEAR 3.00 ONE OUTSIDE YEAR' TRADE.?' '' .' AREA f_ .'3.50 Home Demonstration Office. 'SLADE"s .,'..,._ ,_ .. __ ,_, ,__, _. _, I
.ft MONTHS' i.78 'six', tnHS' : phone'964 865.., ;

TH*ECJ MONTHS. |.oo THREE M' "'MONTHS ,2.00 f.29 Cncojnber.Crisps ., of :i ; JMETil'iO3WkITOFTHE TJUt1\f&[((\ !

i!PbbUih tath: Thursday and Entered' Second Claw !I&ttii'JUIi'P '.Soak'7,lbs.'of cucumbers sliced -i q *rVF" f"fgTf ,."...... ,I'' "'4L,,__ - -,. ,. OC'-' ",_ '': ,:-.k-o, .. ." _'"_"" '- ___ _.._,..T .
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; ;"" Oltke,,, it Stake, F1&U1 dej. Alt t OIdh 319f. IT: In.. thick In 2 gallons oi limewater Your FLQRIDA NA'IONALGup' MEMBER
:-c! ':.f1 V; .' -' ? 13',cups hydrated lime to 2 Business' i is Appreciated; fEDERAl. DEPOSIT I SURAN E CO"" "

li. '-.... ;" '-4 -- gallons water for.24 hours:: Drain ." .' t'I '
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HTJBSDAY_ JUNE 1, 1961 A BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. Yf '.,.1'AGZ-"U'JU- -.- .. ..!'
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r .. -. .' .. T. --- 4 : *t Co" .n a 'rt"S ... : |.J- f + ,. n m.mvmm.m' the annual party for tHe eighth of Hampton graduated from high WYYYTTTYYTYVYVYYYYYYYY1PINE Mrs. O. R.JHwez, Miss Sue Jackson -- lard Browning .last --weekend were' derly conduct, sentenced to a fine Barbara Jean Martin,. Negro,
( grade class given by the seventh school this week in Granite Quarry Mrs. Bobby Sapp Mrs. Bob Mr. and Mrs. .Ben-- Melvin. .of of $27.50 or five days in jail. fighting not guIlt."

HAMPTONflj grade at the school last Friday N. C. Mrs. Brown left Hamp- LEVEL Myrick, MIss Kathy Myrick Mrs. Jacksonville. Ernest Smith, Negro public Intoxication Luther Allen public faloxlca- ,

, night. Crepe paper and balloons ton last week to attend th*'graduation Jessie Ricks, Mrs. J. W. McRae -Mrs. Arrie: Browning,,Is; ,back sentenced to a-fine of lion sentenced to a fine, of $20 :

c By Mrs. D. E. Hill decorated the room for the party, Tuesday, May 30, and visit By Mrs.,J.-E. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. J. E. McRae Mrs. Wallace, from a visa with Mrv and .Mrs. $27.50 or to live days_in jail. and one day In JaiL' v
r and games were played in keeping with their son-in-law and daughter Annie Pearl Allender, Katherine Ben Melvin In Jacksonville.Mayor's Albert McDuffie Negro threatening .
tA4A44iiliiAAAAAAAAAAAI with_ the party theme.. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Lowman. Creel Mrs. A. J. Robinson Mrs. a police officer sentenced WilliamGeorge -Jenkins Attempted -
Refreshments. of punch cookies Surprise -Birthday Party R. T; Roblndn.| Mrs. Eugenia to fine car theft, tuiriedcter 1 to
CMeua, Allen, Carlton Menff Rev. W. E. Hall is visiting his Court a of $102.50 or to 20 daysin
Receive American ..LegionAwards and potato chips were served Honors Mrs. 'J. H. Saxon daughter, Mrs. Ruby Murrhee in Hunter,, Micky Robinson, Mrs. T. *Ji f-1 fc jaiL J ; county- :, t$
At; Exercises Monday I to approximately 35 students pre- Mrs. J. H. Saxon "Miss Ellen," Billiard. N. Norman, Mrs. H. M. McRae. Only nine cases were.tried! );Jy Albert McDuffie: Negro, .disor-, t'TBE ,

Cordelia? Allen and Carlton sent. Adults attending included was honored at a surprise birth- Those attending a stork shower Hostesses were r Mrs.. J. 'H. Jackson Mayor W. or--: UOO1] 'Jackson InMayor's derly' conduct\by ''profane language : _RIGHTiBOINT. tar r the i{
Mrs, James Gnann Mrs. W. P. day party Wednesday evening last Mrs. J, C- Mrs. Freddie in 1
Court 'light
Meng Sapp Monday a
valedictorian and saluta- for sentenced'to $77.50'or
:Mrs. Benny McRae last Friday a'fine'jof; : > .
Come in and. 1
I Paul Meng, Mr. ,way 1'ri1! ***
.tbrl n of the eighth grade gradu- McElroy, Mrs.; :week- following prayer meeting' at night at the home of Sidney Wattersori .Mrs. Irene Faulkner. session. to 15 days in jafl. 7i-- 4* t *4 1
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and Mrs. Hobart Worley and the Hampton Christian Church. Mrs. Alvin and Mrs. *
ating class, received the American Jackson on Searing Street were: Parr Roy Starling, public Intoxication -, Robert_ Home/ public 4ntoxksa-. led ,your, favorite. ESTERB&3SPjQUBiain .. .
.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. Mrs. Saxon 91 Thurs- '
Legion School awards at exercisesin was on Mrs! B. M. McRae, Mrs. Marie Sidney Jackson.) I bond of $27.50.Horace tion sentenced, to a fine ,of$ 'l.50
Vivian McCullough was 'hostessfor 25 been resident 'I ?ea. cTFLEGdh ZL
day and has
May a --' I
the 'school 'auditorium. Monday Thornton" Mrs. Vernie. Thornton.. I Visitorsof,. ;and Mrs. Wit-I Thomas, Negro. disor- or to. jve} :days in jail "
eIiins. a party ,honoring her fellow of Hampton all her life.'Cake- .. -... ,)i
.Y The awards eighth graders at the McCullough and ice cream were served' at the I .. -- .- ._-- --_._---r--- '-- -S"-- ., '
presented by S. E. I ,).,
Sparks,.for the Jones:Langford-- home the previous'' Friday even- party and gifts and'several'' flower ': ....,. ..
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ing, May 19. Approximately 40 !
White'Post. Starke. are presented arangements were presented | t}..
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present for the weiner roast I
each year to the two chosen for1ronor were I Mrs. Saxon.
and including .Mr. and Aliens Host !
games ,For picnic
courage. scholarship; lead-.
ership?and service. ,Mrs; ; Lester McCullough and Mrs. .Mr. and Mrs. .E. D. Allen were

"Ordinary, or Extraordinary" Iris lIart.Bridal'Shower. hosts: Saturday evening frr his

was the'subject of the commence- Thursday fellow workers firemen from
Honors Miss Hilda Warren families'..
Cecil and their
Field,
.JWen! ddress by P. T.,Nolin prin-
cipal of Starke Elementary Miss Hilda Warren 'of Starke. The pionic at the Allen ,farm was
bride-elect of Howell Williams of 'climaxed afterward
School. H. P. Morgan county superintendent with a hayride -
Hampton was honored at a
of schools, presented .. FLA. CR DE "A" .fl
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diplomas to the '15 graduates. shower in Hampton town hall M en's Brotherhood Fish Fry i
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Opening the program the Thursday evening, May 25. :Men of the. Brotherhood- organization -' ANDU.S..COVTINSPECTED; \

Tables were decorated with of Hampton .Baptist Ih GA. __
school chorus presented three .
I numbers, directed by Mrs. Carolyn bouquets of mixed summer flow- Church played host to their; ,wives" .7 IR1.9 FRESH DRESSED ,-

'/ Canova. The chorus includedthe ers and tiny flowerets trimmed and families at a fish fry on the .AND DRAWN '

15 in the eighth grade class, the plnk-fr.osted refreshment church grounds on Friday even i $'f. .. ,
cakes. The lime punch carried out ,
and Carolyn Beck. Linda Starling ing last week May .26. 1 QUANTITY
Anne Packham, Mary Lou Gnann. the pink and green theme. Jim ..Lawsou of Starke was guest RIGHTS '

Linda Sue Batten, Gloria .Jean Winner of the door prize was speaker after the supper. Lester. "'iESERYED

Newsome,-Shexyl..McElroy, WendY Miss Phyllis_ Griffin, ,, and. game i Sldae president of the Hampton. (
hill 'Mike'Peeples. David Grif- prizes were awarded to Miss Warren -' Brotherhood, was in charge of .-.

,,Iis.,and Sylvia Starling. Serving Mrs. Wesley Griffin and Mrs. arrangements and served as mas- : r r,. -LI- .

ushers .were Billy Saxon. BillY M. M. Matchett. Approximately ter of ceremonies. .
Meng, James Starling and Den- 40 were present for the occasion. Song: Fest By All Classes i ,.
*nls Roark. Out of"town guests includedMrs. Presented At School Here a WHOLE( ) 1 j

Offices aof i this..year's graduating Eloise ,Milton of Macclenny, As a highlight of the closing ,LB ", .t i
class,were Cordelia Allen. Mrs. L. A. Wiggins, Mrs. Doug ;week of school, All classes at ,.I

I president: Judy Childs. secretary Davis and Mrs. Mantle\ Thompsonof Hampton Elementary School -presented -LIMIT
I and treasurer: and Fred Peeples. Jacksonville: Mrs. Mathews /a ''round ,robin"' music t

'-vice-president. and Mrs. Don Neel of Starke: program Wednesday"afternoon .3- t ,I
I J. C. Hobbs. school principal, Mrs. Jessie,Durban ihd: Mrs, Faye last week in the school .auditorium. 320 S.Walnut PLEASE- -
introduced the various speakers 'Durban of Lawtey; Mrs. Frank ? .
I (orr"the program.'Reception Williams Mrs. Nell 'Williams,and From first graders through '- .<* St.TI 'L: aIStarke
j And-PartiesI Miss Nellita Williams of Gaines- eighth.. each class .presented to Vfi I

Honor Graduating Class the rest of the school two selections Florida. ".. .
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ville.Hostesses .
learned in music during Ihe
I Eighth! graders honored for the
were party were

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( exercises Monday evening. Home and Mrs. T. F. Brown. happily illustrated their :versionof , .. ... ,. _.
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'at'th home of Mr. and Mrs. PaulMengnear High Graduates '---n r--t .rh'f '
a little red wago/i as .they
Hampton.The Include Several From Hampton IXIRA
sang. Older groups pointed .up Blue HiBbon Western BoofSTEAK'
so
refreshment table for the Graduates from Bradford .their vocal_ travels from 'manylands
SAM
Z : t reception was set with a white County 'High School in Starke MERCHANTS ..GR, '
with a variety of accompan! i / Food oRDCR .
,I cloth centered with the punch this week include five from iments. LIMIT 1 W1TH ;5.00 OR MO RE .

I 'I bowl and a pair of flower arrangements -. ,Hampton: Sylvia.\Childs. Brenda Personals I ALII
t J' of mixed gladioli and Sue Hinsonr Charles McCuli ugh.
I snapdragons on either side. Cake Amelia Williams, and Gloria Williamson Walden Wadsworth left last ADD Expires )un. 4, 1961 f, ,

,sand punch were' served to the Another of interest here week to return to sea duty with r .:..- I 0.( -

I guests which included the graduates is Raymond Durban of Lawtey, .the merchant marine.Mr. SEIIit; _

their parents and families, nephew of George Marvin and rnd Mrs. Walter Hendersonof d S10itE RlOI UBES '
I'
teachers at Hampton Elementary Russell Williams and..Mrs. M. M. Ft. Lauderdale were visitors

{School, and the .Rev. and Mrs. Matchett, all pf Hampton. last week at the home of Mr. and

;,McElr6y; Odis Perry t Lowman Jr., grandson Mrs. Roy .Starr and' family, and ,. IF Ll&.uT :R UND Ib ?

"':kool daze" was the theme of of Mr. and. Mrs. .Bob BrownTURNPIKEPROVED Mrs. Clifford Rhame.Mr. .,DELICIOUS DINNER -
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l .1 and Mrs. Vernon Forsyth.
.moved last week into the'-house .
i FRANKS PORT..USE N+'
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pn Navarre Ave owned by Mrs. | CKORY RANCH SLICED BREAKFAST
1 I + Jessie Chastain. j

Mrs. A. G. Jordan of Capitolaarid '
I i Mr. and Mrs: Don Jordan of BAGON uatv

Gainesville were Sunday dinner 1
a guests at the home of Mr. and e ,'

.l Mrs. J. W. Home
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6080.100 Mrs. C. L. Sheely, a former
i Thousands of test-track Hampton resident now living-in
miles have been run with .Gainesville, and Mrs.Y 1t of ;MERCHANTS cREEN ty1'Ah1
these All-Weathers for Ft. Myers visited here Wednesday + WITH THE PURCHASE Of
safer Turnpike driving! LADY FMAPLIM $4ORMA1t11POUND |
I" II last week with Mrs. J. W. Horne *
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and Mrs. Ina Knight.Mr. J
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and Mrs. Ed Clouse and his JUNt4- 1R6t
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GOODYEARS were Saturday visitors at the I t'Ir.

home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill. r
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of Douglas Wyo. arrived Thurs- .. ,. '25

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written certificate states- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. WORTZ SALTINES .-
of normal new AU-Weathert road haiardsi.e. has W. Horne, Jr. FULL IB 'BOX '5< ...WITH....THE 9 PURCHASE_::l

., blowouts, fabric_breaks, cuts-except repair-
I Rev. Wilbur Hall, who has been 6ACON
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til**!*, traetloa t Sunday morning while Rev 'W. P. ,EXPIRES, JUNE 4th, 1941 ,1' ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA r THURSDAY, JUNE, 1981
P9GC FOUR
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< sold. SEC-22 T. 6 S. R. 22 E. County; of Bradford State"of Flori-
I :Miss Shi Ann .Smith will return I .
.f x < w Name in which assessed John da.Unless
f,}' I Friday, from Roanoke College,',I -- : ? WilliamsEstate.. such certificate or certificates -
;- shall be redeemed according
Salem, Va. : All of said property being in the :
I law the pr9perty.described in
lorl- to
I nr x Counts: of Bradford. State of lt
I Mrs.. W. G. Stringfellow visitedMr. da. such certificate or certificates, will
i Unless such certificate or certificates be- sold to the\highest bidder at the
: and Mrs. R. A. in
.wi Barkley shall be redeemed accordingto court house dqor on the first Monday -
} -11" 1 Jacksonville last Wednesday to law the property described In in Month "of .July. 1111. wtlch
,..1 such certificate or certificates will is the J day of July, 1511.
1 1'is
Friday.Mr. be sold to the highest bidder. at the Dated this -29. day of May, mi.
t JIlTJtJ1cI and Mrs. Lewis N. Smith court' house door on the first Monday (SEAL) c -
'
I. h returned Saturday from a month's In month of July. 1961 which Charles A. Uaroy
is the 3 day of July, 1961. Clerk of Circuit Court :of Brad
I ;; vacation in North Carolina and Dated this 29 day of May, 1961. ford County Florida
-------------- I (SEAL) 6-1 u I.::::
Virginia.Mr.
I, I .-:11.: Mr.. and Mrs: Jim Moore of Returning home from FSU this and Mrs. E." :M. Williams Clerk Charles or A.Circuit Darby Court of Brad r '
HEAimc
t .. Jacksonville were Saturday visitors week are Brenda Lewis, Flora and family moved last Friday ; L' ;'r ford County, Florida.6-1 4t 6-Z2 OTICE Notice is OF hereby PUBLIC given; that the

of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse New- Slade, Linda Kay Sale, Patsy from Westmoreland Street to 1326E. ZJ..4L: ; State Road Department will hold
concerning the
t ", .HOme' Nichols, Mary Agnes Matthews, Call Street. Notice Of Application For-Tax Deed a location Public and Hearing economic effects of

f I *"',., Mrs: .Nell Garner underwent Mary Katherine Wainwright, Jerome -! Mrs. Merritt Williams of,Starke .Kindergarten Commencement Held May 21 Notice See.U l 4.te.Hereby F. 8.- Given that State Project Job No.No.28010-3502.'F-OOS (.U.FederalAid State

i: I swj ry Tuesday at Bradford, Edwards, Barbara Bates, and Mr. and Mrs. Linton Taylorof Carl Harton, the holder of the following Road No. 200 (U. S. SM) from the
t Spanky Mcdendon, Jean :Mundy, attended the Bac- Graduation exercises for Mama Gayle Hatcher, Brian Johns, Stan Jimmy Brown,_ Jimmy Constance, certificates has filed said Alachua County Idpe to Starke.
Jacksonville
: Hospital.Mr
I County
::. ; I and Bubba LaMee. Priest Kindergarten 'were held Reddish, Billy Bigham, Vickie David Roberts, Eddy Hazen, Bus- certificates for a tax: deed to be issued -I I The Hearing will .be heM In the
num-
services and graduationof thereon. The certificate
calaureate
I :: 'and Mrs. David Montgom- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walters of Linton Taylor, Jr. at Florida- Sunday afternoon, May 21: at"3 Dyal, Stephen Lowery, Luke Pow- ter Rowe, Carol Bloodworth, Deb- bers and years of issuance, the description Starke Pradford Florida County at .lOrtO Court A.House M. E. in 9.
a"q ery spent the weekend with their o'clock in the First (Methodist ell, Doyle Conner Jr., Vicki Barks- of the property and the T. on the 14th day of June, mi
Dublin, Ga. will be weekend guestsof Southern College last Sunday and bie John Milton Thomas names in which it was assessed are .
-. parents. :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tol- I Church. dale Zack Edwards, Dale Norman, Thomas, pursuant to Section (e) of Public
and.Mrs. S. L. Peek. Jr. Landrum as follows: the 84th Congress.All .
Mr. Monday. Miss Frances Law 627 of
> bert, and .Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Barbara Valinsky, Brad Carter,
Pictured after receiving their Jimmy Outlaw. Certificate No. 12. Year of Issuance wishing to" be heard
and family. with her motherfor persons
.;: Montgomery in Lake City. returned home "diplomas' are (front row, 1-r) Second row ((1-r): David Benner, : Elaine Leach. Cheryl Phillips. 11'59.Description. are hereby notified to appear at
"*' Mr Judge and :Mrs. E. K. Perry- the summer vacation. of Property Lot 7 of said meetlnr
and :Mrs. Richard and
; Gray returned Tuesday from a Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelliand i Mrs. Mildred Elaine Blk 13, Lawtey E of ByName John R. Phillips. Chairman.
children of Jacksonville Sun- man Copeland and children Godfrey of Jasper is Mrs. Nealie Turner
were In which! assessed Wilbur I State Road Department
,f> day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. week's visit with Mrs. C. F. Saylesin daughter, Elissa visited spent the weekend in Ocala! spending several days with her Jenkins.All '*'1 zt t.1I

J Don Neel. Miami. friends and relatives in Jackson- with relatives. grandparents,, Mr. and Mr. Tyler Passes Tuesday of said property being m the

""" Mrs. Mural Gardner attended :Mrs. A. A. Howell, Mrs. George ville on Sunday. Mrs. H. H. Adams spent last Jones. After Brief Illness .

the hair' Quinney and son, and Mrs. J. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Harris of Tuesday to Saturday in Memphis, Special Started chicks, at Sis- '
style show in Clearwater
\ Sunday and Monday.: Donald of Jacksonville were Sun- Hyatteville Md. were:visiting Mr Tenn. with her parents, Mr. and trunk's. Mrs. Nealie Lee Turner, 74, TUCK'S DRIVE-IN ,

day guests of Mrs. W. S. Slade and,Mrs. F. F. Stump .last week. Mrs. J. H. Moseley. Mrs., E.L. Cox and -daughter, widow of the late William M. Tur-

Ortho Insecticides at Sistrunk's. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. :Mrs. G. L. Farber, Mrs.. E. A. John Adams, Richard Dugger Linda, Mrs. W. J. Hall and Earl ner, died Tuesday afternoon in a

1 Friends will regret to. learn that Mrs. B. C. Peddy of Miami, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Nate Dyal, and Miss Johnny Lee,. Marion Cottle, Mar- Norman will be in Gainesville Starke hospital after a short ill- FOR CHICKEN SHRIMP
r it was necessary to carry JohnWilliams' Della Rosenberg' attended the garet Hart Ronald ,
Douglas,
,. R. E. Mathews, and Mrs. Mamie Kay Saturday to attend the initiationof
e back to Baptist Memorial Matchell of Lakeland were Tues- BPW banquet and installation of Crawford, and Irwin Martin spent Mrs. Norman, the former :Marilyn ness.Mrs.. Turner was born in Stew-

1 Hospital in Jacksonville for day'to.Thursday guests of'Mrs. R. the Jacksonville BPW Club at the weekend in Georgia. The boys Cox, into Phi Kappa Phi and art County, Georgia on Jan. 14, And All Other Orders

' : further, treatment of his injured A. Newsom. the George Washington Hotel stayed with Marion Cottle's fa- attend the banquet at U. of F. 1887. she had lived in Starke for

1 leg. Mrs. Lewis Hieatt of Orlando, Saturday nightGroTone ther, David Cottle, in Woodbine, that evening. Mrs. Norman will five years, coming here from Sara- PHONE 9641431They
for
i Raymond Stefanelli and Marvin and Vertagreen Ga. and the girls were guests of
Mrs. Torode receive her Bachelor of Science sota. She was a member of the
of Pauline ,
daughter .
Brown ''of Murray State College, lawns and garden.'-at Sistrunk's.Mark Carolyn Vickers in Brunswick, Ga. and Nusing at Church.
pin a pinning cere- Missionary Baptist
is- medical in Walter for them.
a patient when
will be to come
confinedin pick-up
: Crawford was ready you
Ky. will return home this weekend Reed Hospital, Washington, D. Robert H. Edmondson, son of mony Monday following U. of F. Surviving are two sons, J. C.
Bradford County Hospital for !Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondson,
C. for six weeks. graduation. Attending will be Mr. Warren of Islamarada, and Cur-
I 1 Jan Mundorff of FSU will leave several days after receiving a received his diploma at the 53rd and Mrs. Troy Norman, Mrs. E. tis Warren, Sarasota; and three
Mrs. Jerome Johns Mrs. Lavern
last Wednesday when
( : this'weekend to work in Atlanta, broken arm I Riverside Military Academy, L. Cox, and Misses 'Rosa and half brothers, Harry and Herman
Outlaw, and Miss Betty Jane Mor- tree in his yard on
r Ga. this summer.. he fell from a annual commencement exercises of Edith Moore. There will be a Ware, both of Jacksonville, and Saturday, June 3
I gan 'of'' the Junior Woman's Club Street. J'
Wayne Mundorff started work- N. Church Gainesville, Ga. on May 28. luncheon at noon for the families Maxey Ware of :Moultrie, Ga.
r will attend the state and general Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and granddaughter -: :Miss Frances Landrum arrived
ing at honoring the graduates. Funeral services were held at DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
: Sperry-Rand ElectronicS conventions of the Florida Federa- Connie Chasteen, will :1
Tube Monday from Florida Southern Mrs. G. E.. McGauley and Mr. '4 in :
Division in Gainesville p. m. Wednesday Jones Mem- : ;
on tion of Woman's Clubs in Miami
....,., .. return next Saturday after seven 2nd. Feature
'- Monday.- "' *<**- College, Lakelanod, for the sum- and Mrs. Carl' Motes and son of orial Chapel with Rev. Leo Hebert 1st. Feature
Beach 2 6.
from June
", <"*r through I weeks visit with Dr.. and Mrs. W. mer vacation.G. .
Mrs. Walla LJpsey is a medical Field Peas: Black Crowder, C. Stith in Falls Church, Va. and E. AIR CONDITIONING Palatka were Saturday visitorsof officiating.

'' : patient in Bradford County HospitaL Black Eyes, Conchs Lady Fingerat with her daughter Miss Mary BROWN'S REFRIGERATION Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy. After services here, the body j%

II t Sistrunk's. Brownlee in Baltimore, Md. Miss Members of the North Floridajrofesslinal Dr and Mrs. O. Haynes, Jr. I was sent to Sarasota for burial.W.H.Smith,92 .
r -- and family and Hope Holliday
-- Hum-
J I' Brownlee and Miss Joyce chapter of Sigma Del- :

phrey of Baltimore are accom- ta Chi, honorary journalism fraternity spent Saturday and Sunday at .LEc8

ii panying Mrs. Brownlee home fora ; held their annual outingat Daytona Beach. ,I

week's visit. the E. L. Matthews cottage on Reggie Flynn of Starke, and Dies Wednesday

Charlie Cowen was a medical Kingsley Lake Sunday afternoon.Mrs. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs R. S.

iy R' y. 1 patient in St. Vincent's Hospital W. J. Hall of Miami arrived McAteer of Tampa, leave Mondayfor
r. y M ti I, last Thursday to Saturday. Thursday for a week's visit a ten-day sight-seeing trip to Wijliam Henry Smith, 92, of
.
j a. f 'I'r Miss Jackie Colley and Mrs. with Mrs. E. L. Cox and family. Washington, D. C. Keystone Heights died Wednesday i

Charles Sawyer of Starke, Mrs. Mrs. J. G. Millican of Palatkawas Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sub'ett and night in Tyus Convalescenthome

; s anb Ogden Bates and daughter Nancy, visiting Mrs. A. E. MCKinney daughter, :Mrs. Don McAdone. and retired after museum a lingering curator illness.he A Rcef Cartoon: 3 For Breakfast J
was
of the State Farm, and Mrs. Tom last week. daughter of 'Murfreesboro, Tenn.
born Oct. 4, 1868 in WappingersFalls
Stallings and Mrs. Harry Stal- Fred Leonhard is in New York spent Saturday to Wednesdaywith '
N. Y., and had lived in
lings of Waldo were luncheon City and Pine Bush, N. Y. on business Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green.
Keystone for 20 years. He was a .. ..
guests at the home of Mrs. Charles and visiting relatives. Mr. and'Mrs. Bill Graham left 'r

1 a.. Hess and daughter, Temple, in Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McClellon Wednesday to visit their son, member of the Episcopal Church. Sunday Thru Tuesday .

a 1 ar Jacksonville. The luncheon: was of Jasper were Saturday and Sun- Midshipman. W. H. Graham HI, Surviving are his wife, Mrs. JUNE 4 THRU 6 .

in honor of Miss Melissa Stallings, day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. at.the ,U. S. Naval-Academy, An- Dora Stuckey' Smith; a daughter, I
: bride-elect of June 17. L. McClellon. Mrs. S. E. McKay, with whom he
napolis, Md.:during"June Week.
J
a
G. E. AIR CONDITIONING Mr. and Mrs. Joe Montieth and Hank will leave June.7 for a seven resided in Keystone; and a grandson ShoesSTARRING

I BROWN'S REFRIGERATIONMr. sons of Jacksonville spent the weeks training. cruise cn the Roger Smith, also of Key- The Big

r : and Mrs. G. P.' Dover left weekend with Mr. and Mrs. G: J. U. S. Northhampton'the North stone.

4 rI Wednesday for their home in Ribbing McGriff, Jr. Atlantic. During the Grahams Funeral services will beheld at .

1 Minn after three months Mr. and Mrs. Corner.Petryman a.bsence'Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ran- 3 p. m. Friday in St. Anne's EpLs-: \\ I

: ;, 'h visit with Mr.. and Mrs. jF. F. of Jacksonville were!nr weekend daU'wUJ'stay'withjhelrch11dren.Katherine -. copal'Churgh<<; ,: Keystone..'Heights' '.. ,. \. ..

.. .196t Flume. They will be accompanied guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Green of Gainesville with Rev.. M. H. Breyfogle offici- '-' .

# ""\", by their niece, Mrs. R. A. Colson Hoyt Jones of Allentown,. Pa. i is is spending this week with her ating. Burial will be in the Key- ESTHER WILLIAMS ..
.
rr: ? ::Everyone in your lome town and daughter, Diane, for a three spending a month with his sister- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lex .stone Heights Cemetery with De- e .
weeks visit. in-law, Mrs. Ann Underwood Bis- Witt C. Jones Funeral Home In

: }joins us .on this occasion to Dr. and Mrs. Sam Renfroe of sell. Green. I charge of arrangements. .

rr Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Mr. and Mrs. J. Houston Mc- Notice Of Application For Tax Deed CLIFF ROBERTSON 'J'IN ;
: jvi b yell. Best of luck.Your See. 194.16. F. 8. scrlption of the property and the %
Ofl .
., Covert of Palatka, and Mr. and Clane of Wilmington, Dela. will Notice Is Hereby Given that names in .which it was assessed are CINEMASCOPE\ & COLOR: .
I Carl-Harton, the holder of the following as follows:
Mrs. Fred Johns of Gainesville beguests of Mr. and Mrs. George
certificates has filed said Certificate No. 47. Year of Issuance .
I : :Luck is Better when you Look your Best. We have been visitors of Mr. and Mrs Flynn Sr. next week. certificates for a tax deed to be issued 1959.Description.

: Can Help You. Charlie Cowen during the past Mrs. Thelma Steele of Gaines- bers and thereon.years. The of Issuance certificate, the num-de- SWJ,4 of NEi of of Property SWU u S parcels% of Ed Sullivan says:' "

a week. ville was Tuesday guest of Mrs.J. .

1 I : If Your: Car License is No. 45W-574 A FREE SHAMPOO Mr. and :Mrs. Dan Hazen of B. Sapp and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. I "Believe Me-This Is It!. "V"; '

i I' 'AND SET Awaits you at our Salon-Watch this? Jacksonville were visiting }Ii'S. Tuxedo Feeds for poultry and .

: space every week for new winners. Last'' week's winner Grace Ritch on Sunday. livestock, at Sistrunk's. "THE BIG SHOW" Is Really, ,

,. >. ,_r Mrs. Ester" Carter Miss Sonia Hunter and Mike.! Mrs. V. V. Hazen and son, Jimmy NOTICE The Big Show!"

: M- Goldwire of Asbury College, Wil of Starke and J. T. Sowells

1 Glamo-Ree Hair Stylist more, Ky. are home for the Sum and daughters, Sandra and Terry,

MissEllouise'' Ph. 964-8341 :Jlr.KtitK mer.Armour of Brooker attended the funeral Out Front The. Dazzling Drama OENerve.--
!be guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeSr.
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353 N. Fertilizer for
Temple Avenue gardenand
I : field crops-at Sistrunk's. in West Palm Beach on Tues- ':o EFFECTIVE r' .7 Tingling Feats! Backstage: The Even.Bigger : -
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1 day.Bill Drama .Of :Ruthless Passions, } !
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i Green had as weekend .. SATURDAY, JUNE 3, f. 1

.;, guests, Miss Kim Graham and : Co-Starring: : r .? ,

Frank: Roberts, all of the Univer- ; WE WILL CLOSE AT / ;
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CAROL CHRISTENSEN
h r sity of South Carolina. :i .Ii' .
.j-: ROBERT VAUGHN V .
w Mrs. T. D. Stroud of Jacksonville i
: :i NOON ON SATURDAYS
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bEN'S :
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: = y MARGIE\ DEAN \
1 was visiting Mrs. J. H. Fields ": { ., :

1 from Friday to Tuesday. Mrs. TED SHERDERMAN '. 'r" I "'
1x Fields, Mrs. Stroud, Mr. and Mrs. i .
Florida Bank at Starke And, Many Others faf r
r O. W. White, sr., and Mr. and / : #
SOON TO .
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Mrs. Herbert Green attended the 0 '
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graduation of Carl Fields from Scream S. s
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State Bank
Community of Starke
: Kindergarten on Sunday eveningin / ,
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.. \BECOME'IS. .:... STARKEFU-: Wesconnett.Mr. As.Blonde Beauty Risks Life ,With

and Mrs. Lamar Shaw of ;
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Members; \ F. D. I. C. y'r .
.. : the University of Georgia, Athens, Man Eating Bra! ,

; Ga., arrived Wednesday to spend ." ,' i,

1 'A.oews/iopping : the weekend with his mother, .. ... Thrill -.. ; ". ;.,

r 1'L Mrs. Frazier Shaw. They wijl return 'i .
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University on Monday ,
where Mr. Shaw will attend s As: Highwire i Aerialists Balance"
thrill
awaits 1X
the summer session. Gene Shawis
Between Life
AndDeath, :
L also .returning home this weekend /. ? :r .'t' .

rr .tl1 "entir ; :1s.. University,for the of Georgia summer Law from School the win.-e This.You Don't Want:::To' Miss! '. ,

J.'. ... .
Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth anddaughters I (* 1[ IiIL MILK REGULAR : ADMISS'IONI! :

Ellen and Carol, went .
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fpm/1f! I to .Quiacey Tuesday to visit I Mrs. t. '

.I ,...' -- Bloodsworth's parents Mr._ and e Bring All, The Fairiily; :.. '.. ,

; Mrs. C. W. Brandon, Sr. The;girls
+ J i will stay for a two weeks visit : .WE URGE. ..YOU TO 'A TrEND'" THIS .!S0Y1$'
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"at Corp ok. : ;
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and Mrs. Bloodworth will returnon 92c
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: fo 3y i effort i tare. 'Ye'beeD, Sunday. i&S& gal. MANY :SAY .

:. catering to'eycrf member,of p Greg and Jenifer David- of I .# a 'I Loved It! It Appeals To
J Gainesville spent the weekend!

: tte' feel iljr for years &nd .a with their grandmother, Mis Lucille -I '. The Entire. Family! '
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Ice Cream .
y years. Carp's has only ,the Davis while their parents :
Cartoon Honorable Cat Story' ,
were in Atlanta, Ga. : .
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: finest merchandise obtainable -
Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Ewing spent Eggs Bread -';' .

: to 'sell at the lowest the weekend in Tampa. Wednesday Thru Friday : '
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: Youll find fr Jerome Edwards and Miss Judy. %mil klritw .
possible prices. a way Cottage Cheese JUNE 7 THRU 9 Vj&K'; -
Meyers of FSU will spend the .
complete J line of shoes ond weekend with Jerome's parents.Mr. ter anotIMr helpilllf "'_.'i; .l
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Of ice Juice :
ow crtom. Orange
for. ell and Mrs. Merrill Edwards -
: peady to 'wear ages, en- .;t'I
route to Miss Meyers home in Mi- '' -
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1 sixes cad shapes youTIbe l ami. << I'/ :

: treated to lots of Carp's Mrs O. L. Haynes Sr. will Z Z r,' '4toio..reeuaa

: tread friendly service too. leave, Friday for a month's visit ". ...'"
with MJr. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlon J "r ,
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Watch forr the grand open.s ..';oJPi io" "_ '
and family at Vent HIll Farms ,.:

r i t date 1 a r 1 it won'f be Station, Va. >

a JOWl Misses Linda Kay Sale, Priscilla

Lyons and Carolyn Savage of ,. .,'
ri FSU spent several days this! feek I Cartoon: Bee Bopped : .

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"; THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1D61 HElD>?O1tD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ,8TARK3, FLORIDA) ,.. AGE FIVE

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cI TEL Class I I fee for admission at Strickland'sand 1 Recent Births i
g grl.die I 50 cents each for the show. L! -
Of First
I Baptist Z vr ,TN Chafcioncs and-any nOIN tudent ';1 Bradford County Hospital! an- j
II I Meets Last WeekThe attending: will be (:hlf e-I 40 cents Bounces the following births: j

fo;' admission at Strickland's. } Mr: and Mrs. William E. Grif-
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TEL Cbs! of the First Baptist The gates at Strickland's will, j. fis, 'Lake Butler a daughter, Anita

Sunday School met Wednesday te opened at 11 o'clock and' win: Lu-ci11" May 28. -
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J. J i I afternoon of hit week at tae 1 coe a' 12. At 1:30 the party will \! Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kersey,

Moot home of Mrs. W F. Glenn Sr. 1t4 l?'l\c the lake and will go. in.. & ,I tart a son, Douglas Lamar

.. ,.. .... with : to the theatre .
-.' -- eleven members present.. body where.: the,,f. lay'28.

t Officers aild"; I In the absence' DJ? the pr2.ident, show will start at 2 a. m. and'l list. Mr., and Mrs. Milford Perkins

Ins ,I Annual Banquet : the meeting was presided ov' ./M TS : r until 4. After the show, the party,y Starke a son, Larry Edward.

J, By Woman's Society }: Of G A. Focus I by Mrs. A. A. Durden, vice presi will be disbanded and those participating -J May 27 :
dent. It voted to .purchase a will return to their respective
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Mr,.and'Mrs. W.
i j Of Christian Service ; Week Held TuesdayThe memorial plaque for the class __. home I in Middleburg,Raymond a son, Raymond Chap- i

r I II I room. .. .. .. ..... Any student below the -Walter I
The following officers of the annual Mother-Daughter _'--""" MA R .,--..:' d.... -.:. ;, .' .-f t '_ "' '" "- 12th Chapin IV, May 2{
I I Mrs. H. L. Hough, assisted by grade must obtain permission ..in >, i
Woman's Society of Christian j Banquet, a highlight of G. A. Fo- i "
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class members led the onj
study Beta writing from his parent WORDS OF I
Week held Birds ,At InitiationTwentynine or THANKS
Service were installed Sunday I cus was Tuesday night, ABC's of the Bible. Refreshments
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I i ir. order to attend the paity. .
, morning at the First Methodist I May 23, in the recreation room were served during the social hour. : i l I, thank God for His kindness (

'Church toy the minister, Rev. H. !J of the First Baptist Church. Two new members have recently Beta Birds were I, j jI instructor at- school ..sophomore year Beta Club graJ I I' f thought in allowing me tograduate. i
0, Boyette: Activities of fife week started j recently initiated into the Brad- To be eligible. lor the club, a uates, those who maintain a "B"j j CARD OF THANKS .... To my friends class-! j
] been enrolled in the class, Mrs. ''
t t Mrs. H. H. Adams, president; Sunday, May 21, when all G. A. D. L. Rigby and Mrs. A. Y. Har-1 j ford High scholastic honor club. ,.student must have a "B"' average'average throughout their four[' We want to express our sincere'I mattes, parents, teachers, coach, I(
'Mrs. E. L. Matthews, vice presi- 1 members and counselors were seated ris. I Each Beta Club initiate must in all subjects and must have years of high school, have a gold thanks to all who assisted us dur-. arid principal of RJE a special :

dent; Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, recording : in reserved pews and received j Ij! Talk off at least 50 demerits for complete :one semester of his.: seal placed on their diploma. I ing the illness, and shared ii OUT i word..of thanks. I am grateful to

secretary; Mrs. H. C. .I recognition at the morning serv- I sorrow in the loss of our ;>precious I'the White and Colored citizens

'Ritch, treasurer. ice. Sullivan Sisters Junior Women I I Skits Presented ,Senior Party .11' father. The beautiful flowers,.and i for the many gifts. I ask your

\ Secretaries: Mrs. L. A. Davis,:i Theme of the banquet was Honored Saturday the kindness and :sympathy ol prayers In helping me to make

\Christian social relations; Mrs.:1: "Hitch Your Wagon to a Star." Seek Ways To I Plans Outlined neighbors and friends will always the. grade in my quest for higher
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Eugene i! Williams, promotion; Mrs.!i I Tables were beautifully decorated On BirthdaysMr. Awards emain with us a precious'memory. ':. education;:
W. B. Sewell, ( with Given OnSeniors' .-The T. B. Edwards fancy: :-1-Chester Arthur
missionary education -i'I greenery and yellow day lil- and Mrs. James A. Sullivan Improve Town I For Friday Night -, Cruni Jr.
and serviceffrs.; J. R.. Wain- ies, carrying out the G: A. colors'I I -
wright, student work :Mrs. Gil- of gold and white. The : gave a "birthday party on Saturday !
; green
evening May 20, for their Under the members the I Now As Near As Your t: !
of the
bert Newcomb youth work; Mrs. center table featured a white wag-I. leadership of the I i Night 1 Mothers 1 Telephone
daughters, Carolyn, who was 14 1960-61 of Brad- '
:Jerome Johns children's work; I II on with gold stars on the wheels, club president., Mrs. John I 1961 graduating class I
s.I j years old on May 20, and Sandy, Torode, the Junior Woman's Club ford High School. met Monday I
:Mrs '
E. D. Olmstead, spiritual life; laden with white daisies. The wag :
,:Mrs. Bynum Perkins, literature I I. on reins were hitched to a sparkling who was 13 years old on May 2. t jof Starke is participating in the Senior David Waite, .whose_long .night to complete plans for the I CALL
I and I I i(i The party was held in the Sullivan Community Improvement Program white gown and halo enabled,him annual party following graduation -
publications; Mrs. Walla Lip- gold star suspended from the. I '
Bey, supply work. :. ceiling. Place cards featuring I j i carport which was decorated sponsored by the General to envision scenes from his class- exercises this Friday.After'theprogram I 'Ir r 4 p .

Chairmen: Mrs. M. W. Lance green wagons and a gold star des- :', with pink and blue crepe streamers Federation of Women's Clubs in mates' past years at Bradford in the BHS 782-9451
: and balloons. The refreshment High narrated to several class- auditorium, the Seniors and their
local church activities; Mrs. C. D. ignated each place. I i .cooperation with Sears-Roebuck I I t
I table was overlaid with a birth- Foundation. mates while other: seniors re- dates will go to Strickland's Landing -
Williams, membership; Mrs. Vernon Mrs. J. E. Hardy G. A. director, I I, And'ha'e delicious Spud
..gm.ucker. flowers; Mrs. Ber! introduced Mrs. Leo A. Hebert day party cloth. Purpose of this program is to I enacted the zany antics on stage '\ on Kingsley Lake for a hamburger I "

( tha Pearce, publicity; Mrs. E. K.1 'wife of the pastor, who spoke on I The 35 guests enjoyed games provide information, inspiration, t! for the benefit,of the audience. 1 I, fry. From there they will j r ,: riots' delivered to your

i Ferryman committee on nomina the accomplishments of G. A. I and dancing during the party I and incentives for every federated] Several hundred persons attended I go to the Florida Theatre to see home !'

tions. work, and reminded the girls "to I hours. j Woman's Club to join cooperative the seniors class night last "The Big Show," a new circus .. or business9u4tu -
I' j forces in the Friday to see the seniors go movie starring Esther Williamsand
Circle Leaders: Mrs. C. L. always keep your wagon hitchedto I community to im-p
Scholl Circle 1; Mrs. J. J. Kouba, a star." :'I Junior Youth GroupOf 'j prove its economic, sociai, and I I1'through scenes I from their past, Cliff Robertson. I .' .'. :' FRESH DAILY! I;

Circle 2; Mrs. E. F. Mayton Jr.,] Forty-five daughters and their First Methodist 'cultural conditions:: ,. Prizes totaling hear Linda'' Gayle Moody reacUthe Each student will pay 25-cent -. .I
j ,Circle 3; Mrs. B. L. Moxley Jr., : mothers enjoyed the banquet $70,000 are offered in the Last Will And 'Testament, and J -

\ Circle 4. which was prepared by members I Hold Picnic, PartyThe competition, including a top national Richard"Bowling. and ,Kay Den- j,

.i) of the Helen asters, Lorena Ep- 'prize of 10000. Five cash :ills read their prophecy. .. .. -" :
; person, and Ida Darby Circles.On Junior Youth group of the prizes are offered in each state, 4 In another highlight of 'the ,:
t.
DARIC Wednesday night of last First Methodist Church had a and the first prize winners in eight 23 of the seniors ll'celved'academic ..'
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TMtAT*. 1 week the G. A.'s had charge of party and picnic at the home of each state then compete for 10 ; and service awards. ; '\ ,: ," ,"

1 STARKE FLASUN..MON.TUES. i i :Mid-Week Prayer Service and presented Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson I national prizes. All cash awards Winning top honors among their '

I '.-' 1 an appropriate. skit. To Jr. last Saturday afternoon from won by clubs will be spent for classmates were Linda Cox,

gk a .' j close the week's observance, the 3.to 5:30: o'clock. 1 i the benefit' of the community! .according named valedictorian, and Dewey Effective June 1, 1961 following..the modern trend of
JUNE 4-5-6 ; G. A.'s presented special music The 20 young folk attending to contest rules. McKinney, 'sai\ tatoriall. Other
I
: f' j for Sunday morning worship serv- enjoyed games and refreshments In a similar competition, completed awards were. business to merge, we are proud to'announce, : the consol--

-'The Great; Impostor"Starring I ices under. the ;direction of the during the party hours. I in June 1960, 7,700 WoI Science: Linda Cox and Terry idation of Radio
Shepherd & T. V. Electric
: Tony Curtis church music 'director, Mrs. Lex Assisting Mrs. Thomas were I men's Clubs reported successful .Walters. .t,irida alsowon the,, wifltjWJnkler

t Plus! CartoonWEDTHURS. II I Green. I Mrs. J. R. Hixon, Miss Ruby (j ji action to meet local community f Bausch and' Lomb award for Service at 234 N. Temple Ave. : '
1 i Green Mrs. H. O. Boyette, and 'I : .' ,
Junior counselors of the organizaUon needs with achievements\ deluding I science.. ,
., JUNE 7-8 : are Mrs. Robert Barks-j j Misses Emily and Owen Lewis. improved education, health, Mathematics: Linda .Cox. 'and

The ShakedownStarring dale, and Mrs. Harold Davidson. 'I and recreation facilities, form- t Terry Walters."' '' We are confident the reduction of:.overhead and operating

: Terence Morgan Hazel The Intermediate counselor is Mrs. Gold Head Park ation of community councils and Social Studies r Amelia Williams will '
expenses result in improved .values in
[ mer
Dewey'McKinney.
Court, and Robert Beutty. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr. many others. and .
Scene Of Family The chairmen of the Community English; Carol Kouba 'ard Lin- chandise and service
at economical i
Sex Kittens Go To I a more .cost, to you.
Improvement Program for the ti .
Vacation Church Reunion Last Sunday '.a Cox. ". t. .
College .I! 1960-61 club year Mrs. Patricia : Special Math. Award. [for high. -'I 4 'r. .
School Set At Cauffman and Mrs. D. "' Math You are invited to continue your valued :patronage as
Joseph est score on the National
Starring: 3amle'an Doren Tuesday Gold Head Branch State Park .. .
Weld, and Bardot was the Warren, report a successful starton Examination]: ,Steinar .Lorentzen, before. All "
Marjorie scene Sunday
May 28
personnel stock and eq be
'Plus 'CartoonFRI.SAT. First Methodist of the annual reunion of the I this project. The second year exchange student from Norway. '> ..' : u>t p.Will\. moved

The Vacation, Church School of many friends and relatives of the i i of this continuing project will be DAR Award [[Daughters 'of the to the present location of Wink 1e r.:El 1 .c ij .Service, at
., JUNE' 9-10 Graves and Abernathy families. :I under the direction of the 1961- American' Revolution: Sarah

k The PlunderersStarring the First Methodist Church will Around 82 persons attended I 162 president, Mrs. Jerome .Johns, Woodburn.. :t,. .., '.. .::234. N. Temple Ave., as soon as' additional/space. > .. t;: can be
be held' next week, June 5-9, from from who has appointed Mrs. James Business and-, ProtessioltWOmen's **.*.*' rc .> 'f ....... -s;. r.
coming .
: Jeff Chandler. John Saxon I Macon Unadilla. constructed. ,.- > . .
11:30 for chil- Rowe and Mrs. Vernon Reddish Award Ozell Parramore. *
and Dolores Hart. .9 a. m. to : a. m. and Chula Ga., and from Jacksonville : < \ '- .
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I J dren of ages 4 to 12. Ocala, Tampa, Graham, to serve as community improvement American Legion [for outstanding

I CinemagicAND !i|' The school is under the direc- Daytona Beach and Starke. I chairmen for the coming service and patriotism]:, Anne Your present account with ShepherdRadio: .&, TV will

YOU INVADE tion of :Mrs. R. S. Mullins, chair- The event was formerly held )club year. I Matthews and:! John Miller.: be
The club is making every effort Council 'John payable at Winkler Electric Service !234 N. Temple
Award
The Angry Red Planet I II man; Mrs. Nelson Green Mrs. on the birthday anniversaries of I J Student : ,..
I IN MAGNIFICENT COLOR 'I George Huggins, and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Graves and !i to choose a community improvement .DeVore, president'of' that body. Ave. Also free service, .
any or due
parts
warranty
I project that will provide the Award David you .
Plus Cartoon I Snell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abernathy. .: Arion Music : >
II | However since they are now deceased :Greatest amount of benefit to the Waite. by Shepherd Radio & TV wiir.W.hphor l ed.i at WinklerElectric -

I I area. All community leaders are ;' Smith, .. '. .
the date has been Service Award: .Tombo, ::
changed to the last. Sunday in j invited to contact the club presi- president of the".senior class;.Kay Service. ,;( /. :! ,

May. dent-elect, Mrs. Johns, or ,the Dennis, Donald 'Thomas. '"and ..
chairmen, Mrs. Rowe Mrs. ', '
: and Eunice.: : -
Emory '
TERWILLEGAR Reddish for further informationor .' .' oman D. Green. : :.. .
Den 5 Cub Scouts .
suggestions.On THE RIGHT POINT for the '

: Hold.Swim PartyDen behalf of the club Mrs. way your you write.favorite: Come GSTERBROOK in and select Richard Carter Nelson, ,i..' Jones- ,
Johns expressed appreciation "to
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Pen. TELEGRAPH .
Fountain
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had a weiner roast and swim |i County for their ,particii I. ,

party Tuesday afternoon at the i pation and support of the club's -. .. .. ... .

ow rrn USED Kingsley Lake home of Mr and |! recent variety show, The Best o!

Mrs. Jack Trawick. Assisting were j i Broadway." HOMB# HereA

Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr. and I, '. .We Bed Down // ;\
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I ff [ 111EV CARS Mrs. Clyde LaMee. Rotary StartsScholarship

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W. T. Weeks ChapterTo Fund SOFA BED TO "DUDE" UP YOUR DEN \ ". .

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supportedOtTAFLEX
Hold Annual I '
Because we need used Cars we can [Continued from Page One I that plea YOB f totafeo,tender day and right! PRACTICAL..let lt. ". '
Covered Dish SupperThe ments starting after a two-year "cowboy* r npl Wipe dean with a damp doth I Choice of decorator '
t colon...at fcoM"yJatlvlip loom as weD as the den. ,, ., % \
offer More for Trade period of grace following his grad-
I your car on a last meeting and annual 4 O. '\,
uation. He would be given four ,
covered dish picnic of the W. T.
for a 1961 Ford! years in which to repay the $2,100
Weeks chapter U. D. C. will beheld
principal, plus interest at only one I
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Wednesday, June 7, at 12 I 1, o
cent.
per 5.
noon at the Kingsley Lake homeof I
HUNDREDS
The student would be selectedby
Mrs. W. B. Mundy.
a five-member committee on

aA Ir OF the basis of ability, need desire,
Brownie Swim, character and success probability. I sit ,

Picnic Set It would be available to girls '
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: DOLLARSON .. I as well as boys. '
For Saturday I II I Bishop said the club realized : '

I $600 would be insufficient to sup 1' tN
The Brownie swim-picnic, which ::;
port a student in college for one .
A.
was called off because of bad
year, but added that it could be
E weather last weekend, will be held :
supplemented by part-time employment .
i this Saturday. Brownies will meetat r ri
: or by the student'sfamily.
the home of :Mrs.. J. D. War- '
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ren' at 12 noon. a :
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In describing the need for Deb ( .- /- r I
'a fund Reddish said that the
Mrs. Katie Sellers 1 FOAM
community was losing many potential -

Dies _MondayIn leaders because some students siE i CUSHIONED,CHAIR
: capable! of making 'A and B

Starke HospitalMrs. I grades in college did not have the BOTH

NEW 1961 FORDSBANK Katie Sellers 65, of Law-I while means there.of supporting themselves PIECES. .$] 3995 1

I, tey. died Monday morning in a Li I i iM

Starke hospital after a short ill-j Tony Curtis .

MONTHS ness. She was born June 20 1895, Aya.fY 1 1elir
36 To At Park
: Star 1trIY..1It5rIJ1iL!
the daughter of the late Jim and I Regular, 169.95 Value : i if
65 "
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FINANCING TO PAY
: Ella Thompson Smith. Tony Curtis will be featured '" .: ? .' '. {j-:;

Surviving are four sons Clifton, Sunday Monday and Tuesday at ., ,'. .. ; "J.* ,* ; 1
Nelson, and Columbus Sellers all I the Park Theatre In Th5 Great ; ; ".J.' :- ," "It's A Fact You Can, Do Better At" '
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NEW AND USED CARS AND of Lawtey and Jeff Sellers of Imposter" based on the true-life < : :; ,

Starke; four brothers, Lonnie, story of masquerader Ferdinand: :
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Bob, Ralph* and Harney Smith Demara.
TRUCKS TO SELECT FROM all of Baldwin; two sisters, :Mrs. In the UniversalInternationalpicture Denmark Furniture CoiiianyOF

Mary Hughes and Mrs. Ella Raul- Curtis assumes six separate -

erson both of Jacksonville. : identities, each strikingly

Funeral services were held at : different from the others. ,",'
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Your Authorized Ford Dealer 2 p. m. Thursday In' Verdie Cemetery : Also starring in the picture win : -

near Bryceville with Rev. L. :be Edmond O'Brien. Gary Mer- ;> STARKE :

Williams, pastor of the StarkeChurch ;, rill, Arthur O'Connell Raymond
of God officiating. Arrangements : Massey and: Karl Maiden. Making .

; in Bradford County were in charge of I her movie debut Is Sue Ann Lans- 434446 W. Call St. ,.P ; 'Phone 9644321

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home* '0-11.
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5. tl-I: : ,".. ',',:.. \ t ',: ',. ", L f.k..W' I and Mrs. Warner Mott and Xlis.cue 'I : Rental Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches 1:

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J. =.. -:- t "' ': .. Wherein the swiftly flybg May"days fun for him to be out on tis own Mrs. W. T..t Blair and BWy and I IJ 4 :
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VTTTTVTTVTTVyvyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyVTTVyyTTTTNEWS Washed as clean as. the syca-.'. his life. He has spent the greater : Sgt. and Mrs. Lester Har-I
i Bapt., Keystone Heights, on Sun I .
I more. : of dee of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and I.Urs. I.
part that time with his family. Jr :
day, Rev. E. D. Robinson, presi-, I
I OF INTEREST TO COLORED I dent. More churches, pastors "and The robin pours a bubbling tide i In' this business in a small town Jack. Guest and Susan ofj I : 'j
Of blight endearment for his it is Nashville Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Lester -|
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: CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i members are invited to join. This a family affair as we mus: t NATURAL t.,. J .
is a good way to keep funds com, bride; I all help. So I know it is fun foi Hardee, Sr. of Jacksonville t

] S By Ozora Shell&AAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I' ing into your church. Meadow larks survey the sky i him to get away. A. B. Turner of Lake Butler, C.j '. Vi', ,..;.:. :

Ranell English renorter. Then hang"out dripping songs Me? I love )'iome. I do not caret E. Wood of Lakeland, and B. C. i'

I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, to dry; go, but it is fun to be alone Wood. I

R. J. E. Graduates-1961, i I certificates for these and other Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will While up and 'down' .a"lyrc hill; and not have to cook a mealI Miss Annette Green and Alan. I Dependable/ -- Economical. ; :

Pictured left to right, on the pupils that ,will be six years old observe pastoral day Sunday be- Wood-thrush waters brim and cleaned the refrigerator good Xlessmore of Ocala were weekend j
of :Mr. and Mrs. A. L. PHONE WO 4.1301 NIGHT WO 4-2411 t
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first row: Principal Eddie Thomp- by December 31. ginning with Sunday: School at spill. washed it out with Soilax. Then I

kins, Debris Yvonne Jenkins, Church News 940; a. m. with Fannie B. Frazier God speed the gallantry of feather put everything.back. I cleared out Green. CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES .DEP.a I
Frank Jerome Long Clifford Mt- Moriab the drawer where knives and Mrs. Robert Bigham and family 1 1f
Methodist Church In charge;. 11 a. m. Love Feast: 6 : .
Kelly, Joseph, Britt, Willie Lee _Rev. L. H.. McClendon pastor, held p. m. Holy Communion. Members When dreams and drenching: go forks are kept. Such homely ) Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. '

Randolph, Sam Tyson, J ester regular services on Sunday startIng and friends are invited to attend together I tasks, but I sang as I did them. W. E. Bigham Jr. Sunday night. |
( ; -Lout. Mrs. Lloyd Barry and Mrs. Rosa -1 .. .. ..
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Hunter Margaret with Church School at 10 a., all services. Junior Church: each My

Felton Bette Heath Ruth Ann' m. .Supt. -R bet Dell in charge; 'Monday at 5 p. m. Girl Scout It has been raining and drizzling 1 I grandson is coming this weekend.He Pinholster visited Mr. and Mr I Ai1ii ;

I Powell. Second row: Helen Franklin 11.a.-m.: morning worship, sermon |,meeting each Thurs. 3 p. m. Rev. now for about 12 hours. The and another boy friend are Alan Land in. Gainesville Sunday:: I Livestock Producers j i

Moses Youngblood, Bobby Ray was delivered by Rev. Walker of(t Sampson reminds all men andI bird '.songs so' r'and the eaves driving out. I have not seen Fred afternoon.' \ I

Hamilton,(Albert Tyson, Mae Lois Gainesville; 6:30: pr m. sermon by I members of the Men's' Day Drive drip while I enjoy the whole of it. ior almost five years. He is 18 Miss Linda Green of Florida.. t!i If you have hogs or "' '

Morris Pittman, Cotes Houston,<.the. pagtor; after, service program which will terminate on the 4th i Ha! Let the earth have a good now and drives his own 196C Che I Southern College in Lakeland: ? I II I cattle to sell now' or in $
weeks with her
home two
Robert Moore, Norman Suggs, DV the Gospel Ech es. Wednesday! Sunday in July. Each member is I drink ani: my garden is gcod and vrolet. So we can hardly wait to for I the future please con- _

Edna Bell Williams, Tyron Cum- before: the! second Sunday Steward -; asked to do his full duty.-E. JI soaked. The things I planted ear- see how tall and handsome he Is.This parents,Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr.Grean.and j i' tact qne of the buyers .

mings, Barbara Marks, Willie! Alfred Board No. '1 will at 6hx1 Monday he graduated from Mrs. Hodge. ,
.. meet I Givens reporter. ly are up arid the potatoes are so t! at Copeland Sausage 4 _
and Mr. and
Mrs. Clark,
Lloyd
Kelly. Esther Marie! 'Allen,' m. ts. } thel Young, pres.; 7 New evenly growing. I am going now High School in Indiana. and them t
Hope Company give
} Rapt. Church, ,Rev. Mrs. Jimmy Clark and son cfj;
Margaret J hnson, and. Sponsor p. m. Trustee"Board meeting; 7:45 to brush along beside my peasas Jello Marshmallow Salad: In a !
| L. W. Mosley pastor. will hold regular I Ij St rke visited Mr. and Mrs. Chu-i' an opportunity to buyCOPELAND
M. D. Christian. p. m. Official Board meeting with soon as the earth is dry enough glass bowl dissolve ,1 package of
communion services, ,on les Ryals in Jacksonville Sunday. |
livestock.
Awards and medals: valedictorian -i our pastor in charge. All officers to walk on. We have green onionsto j jello. any flavor [I prefer orange] : your
Sunday starting with Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J.. T. Taylor\ Mid '
Margaret Johnson; salutatori-j and members are asked to attend. i eat 'now and will soon have in the right amount of hot water ,
School ,at 10 a. m. Supt. JohnjDiggs family of Palatka visited Mr. au'I 1 OFFERS: YOU
an, Helen Franklin; basketball,'J Harry, Young, layleader, reporting. I radishes and lettuce. I, have two :To this add marshmallows, anyamount i
Jr. in charge; 11 a. m. Mrs. Roy Green and family Sun.- i
Frank Long and Dorothy Ham,t Mt. Nebo Bapt. Church, Rer.I j morning worship with sermon by plantings of 'Topcrop"*beans opt' you prefer. Stir and keep day. { 4 BIG. ADVANTAGES! ,

ton; best all around girl, Betty I G. B. Burgman pastor, held Sun- I, They are the vines to provide me stirring every once in a while. 'I '
; pastor or appointee: 7 p. m. evenIng 'Mrs. 'F.V.. Markey and MW.J ,
Jean Crum; best all around boy, : day school at 10 a. m. with l Deacon'G -I green beans by the 4th bit July. I Then put in the refrigerator to I 1. Cash market every day.
) worship and communion. We Iva Douglas attended the Home .
Willie Alfred cash :award 'W. also chill. Serve on lettuce as a side I II ]I
Kelly; [ ; Clark acting as Supt. see my early corn rows ,now business
are happy! to report that Sis. I Demonstration! s meeting! 2. No commission. 1
to outstanding students byi' Fiesta' wilh all teachers present. Sister II from where I sit. I have planted Salad or eat as one would a cran- : I :
Christina Diggs is at home ani:! doling > in "Starke Monday morning. j .
Club: $2.50 to Willie B. Scott i Elizabeth Clark was delegate for fine even shdrt rows of lochief sweet berry sauce-with meat. We like 3. Special consideration given'to"'mei *
with her little grandson Mrs. W. }l. Bigham, Jr.1d .
elementary department: $2.50,: the Woman's Home Mission meetIng : and daughter Pal to watch over corn to come on later in the sum-' this salad out here. daughters, Mary Jane and Pjt, Ii 'l: :
Margie Faye Leverson, high school in High! Springs.i The general i mer. My strawberries s are in bloom HELPFUL HINTS. Irish pota- after type hogs
her. We wish for her a speed re served at the Senior reception < '"
department; a check' for $10 was. i, public Is cordially invited t3 at- I I and I have fertilized them once. toes are rich in vitamin C when 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities.
I covery. Glennis Solomon, report- Baccalaureate Sunday nightin .
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awarded to Frank Long by Beta tend services at our church I use a powder called! "Lawn? arvel" cooked with .their skins on: Try Starke. ,

Gamma Sigma Chapter of Phi I through ''the week and Sunday. i ier- dissolve it in water and have having parafin in the jelly glass Blair and I
Mrs. W. T. family
Beta Sigma Fraternity, Palatka, ;,Jannie. Mae Bloock, reporter. : Bethlehem Freewill Baptist a sprayer that fastens on' the then pour in the hot jelly; the were in Gainesville on business' I! : '

E. R. Shell, dean of pledges, and I I Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. j Church. Rev. L. McKay pastor; water hose. It siphons the fertilizer para fin will come to the top and Wednesday. CALL COLLECT HO 2-2011, "

he was also awarded a scholarship i E. D. Robinson pastor, will hold ; will .hold regular pastoral sarvices as the water goes out. It seal. To sharpen scissors cut thn: I
and LInda'Grper.
1 Misses Shirley
for one semester to CollierBlocker on Sunday starting with Sunday sandpaper. Mother used to CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON
i services starting makes such good tasting radishes, sharp.en .
regular on Sunday: visited Mr. and '-!rs. R. K. Dukes I
Junior the E. R. j School at 9:45 a. m.: 11 a. m. .by trying to cut the neck of j e PRESTON POLLCop.eiand
College by : with Sunday School at 10 ,, onions lettuce, and such 'red, a and Dian in Lake Bnler Sunday: II
Shell family Edna Bell Williams j morning worship; 7:30 p. m. bottle. Both work.
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a. m. Youth in charge. We regret I sweet strawberries. I put it on my
received a $200 scholarship to i the. illness and hospitalizntion! I evening worship. Please observethe I II i I potatoes .now also. In fact, fertilize ,Here is a poem for our vedding \fternoon. j I

Fiorida Business and Vocational of our Supt. Henry Bryant: nnd I following weekly schedule everything. I love to garden. anniversary: We wish to express our heartfelt -*

College, Jacksonville. Other :wish for him a speedy recovery. I with all activities beginning at I Planted squash, aha, pole 'lima :You promised me the stars and sympathy Ur. .:rs. Evan, Hodges i iI; lI'
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awards for perfect attendance and 11 a. m. Junior Church will have 7:30: p. m., Mon., Faithful Few I beans, and set out some early, cab- and Moons,. on the death of her mother I '

other activities were made by .,charge of services led by the pastor -j Club: Tues., Choir Practice: Wed., I bage. Made up my sweet: potato And a money tree.. :Mrs. Lizzie Green, 'last week. I SAUSAGE_-COMPANY 0 -ALACHUA FLORIDA I I1 II
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with' Covenant Meeting; 1 p. I ridges and will plant cucumbers, .promised me a queen 1' -
night. All graduates that have not j meeting; Fri., Prayer Band:!; Sat.,
I m. communion and music by the set out tomatoes and sweet.potato
picked up" pictures that were ordered i I Can Circle. We extend to every- I With gold doubloons .
Junior Angel Choir under th* direction plants when they come in the .
t are. asked to go to the studio -t I I of Sisters Ruby Fisher;. and 'one a warm invitation to attend mail from Tennessee. You promised me the stars

\ on Call Street and get them .'Ranell' English. You are ask?:l to : our church services throughoutthe I ,Today: is our wedding ai1htverI and moons. I -1 1MY

today. Parents wishing to place A visit bur sick and shut-in members week and Sunday : I F.ary It is our 15th year. I do-not ;You.gfted ine with.happier.. things
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Social Club .
.l additional orders may do so. Eight| and friends in the community! j'thinkM! was ever happier and I Thah',gold rupee.

1 Pre-School children were awarded j Plans are being made for th> Regular meeting was held Saturday ; am spending it alone. I got up You gifted me with constancy '

certificates on Monday night by: District Convention at New Hope i at the Wateroak Clubhouse I i early and got Don started to a And a heart that sings. MOM'S EPJDIN' ME LOOKIT, IMO6J&S MIS WIFE us BI RP NEW eA !, j

Principal Eddie Thompkins and Baptist Church Rev. L. W. Mw-II with President Clarence DeSue Funeral Directors Convention at :You gifted me with happier. DOWN TO FATHER AlJO .DOWN.PACIN'UP wt4A-rs'

welcomed to RJE next: term. All ley, pastor. Federation of Churches presiding. A delicious! menu was things. I
I Yankton South Dakota. I know CityhshEMeat t WHAfS HE GoT?
-parents are I asked to secure birth was held at Pleasant Grll\? i served by Mr. and Mr. Jerry he rather enjoys being with all Bye now, and God bless you WcRlED'' AS.OOT?
I I Clark. All birthdays will ix celebrated I
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June 24 at which time "
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ticians. I insisted that he go. 4
New Building or Remodeling SpecialistsWE ;! the Carnation: Club members will I here. I P.. S. ..Girls.. got a new per-
That is one reason< am -
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OFFER SERVICES wanted to make Don happier by ,
I, :porter. "giving I ,him a little freedom. It 'Isyyyyyyyyyyyy.vvyvyyyyvy tural-looking ones like you see I
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Mr. and Mrs. Irvan Covjngton, .' .1 II
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Gainesville, announce the birth a W* -* *" .
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$50 Per Thom .nd 119 in Alachua General Hospital. I' By Mrs. O. E. Crosby -- -
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Installed New Homes Grandparents: are Dr. and Mrs. ..t..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A.. .
I A. Y. Covington and Mr. and Mrs.I We finally learned that all the ,

Specializing in Concrete work-Remodeling-Roofs of !: L. H. Harper of Kingsley :ake. hammering over at Buddie Wilkin Flower, Show A Success '1 Hens

I any make- -Add A Room. son's means :another. chicken The first flower show\" ever hel. Fryers 25cCHUCK
NOTICE [house. This makes three of those at the State Farm was an overwhelming or

I THOMAS & BROWN BUILDERS great long houses for7 him to take : success last weekend ,
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I Evergreen Baptist Church I care of. "Buddie says if he has to I Mr. Jordan and the inmates had -

Complete )Building i Service you to our H mecoming.on lure pmeone .1 o help with the I many outstanding plants and ar- I.. I .. I

Surrounding Communities Call Starke or G'villeStarke Sunday:! June 4. Guest speaker, work-he, has to put in enough i I, rangements on display and every I I

964-.1145 & 969-2611 Gainesville FR 6-5087 old time Gospel sin;:?. ..Dinner;. ,hoies to .pay someone to work j lady'who attended receive a lovely : SMOKED U. S. GOOD

I served at 1 p. m. .as 4h1s is his main income. John ; pot plant. All who had anything -
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the chicks again, too.

STARKE{ BUSINESS DIRECTORY 'Our grandson, Billie Gurr of forts.Mr.. and Mrs. J. E. Edward' Ib. We "

I Jacksonville armed forces, and has will enlisted be stationedin in the and in daughter Jacksonville, Linda Sunday., were visitIng 3 k $IMOI I ,l 49c '

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I RADIATOR AUTO TIRES were Saturday
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Mabelle Norman of
I Highland noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis -

Mack's Body Shop EicJ Prevail'. Garage Starke Recap Co. I is unable out tp of walk the hospital around much.again,Nellie but l., Marton. FRESH GROUND BEEf,31bs.-VOQ -

,RADIATOR SERVICE Pappy Uoulston. Owner Mgr. I Mr. and Mrs. W; H. Williairfand .
Wilkinson is ,
slowly Improving
BODY & FENDER REPAIRS New:. Cores-Rodding-Flushing Recapping for Cars: & Tracks Mr. and Mrs. John Greer -. .,' ,
but can't sit up long at a time ..
COLLISION SERVICE'PaintingMatching Crank Shaft Grinding'r.a'nI.Mower ONE DAY SERVICE Sapp and 'baby visited the W. C ROUND ,
Lacy.Nwman Says he thinks
NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS yet. .. t Perrys in Jacksonville last Sat

FREE ESTIMATES ># I:So. Walnut WO 43861.Motors WO Repaired 4-6584 I AUTO-LITE BATTERIES j! his uox,arm':and ia'going:Bi'i Pcndarvis tO"be was all right back urday. 3 Ibs. lb.

SOU N. Temple Starke WO 9- 405 US N. Temple ,Starke WO 4 0221''in Congratulations are In orde BOLOGNA $$1 STEAK a 69c
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I CHAIN SAWS S'utJay ttJrnir.g.; He hcpes to be ,
AUTOMATIC !L Dodd's'ervice & able to .return home *to stay be- Those who will graduate fron .


\ TRANSMISSION I I Auto Sales North AMOCO Temple GAS & Amoco OIL fore Tougan long. Susie, and. Aaron, all I:. BHS ger, Sylvia are Richard'Starling and, Mary Sara Dug Os ALL MEAT STEW -' ,- Pound U. 59c -

'and Glenn HarrelL Froir
Tanner's Gulf Service GENERAL' REPAIRING POULAN CHAIN SAWS ,I j of the Padgett family, were sick borne, : _
Union County High are Deannr ,
International Lifetime Mufflers I last'-week but
Completely New-Completely. ; ,are better now. I ,
GULF PRODUCTS FIRESTONE Equipped I Lester Griff is,aad ,his wife, Del-: : Conner, 'Howard Stafford Fay' I .

Complete. Automatic Tirea. -,:Batteries. -Accessories Priced & Designed .for the Farm 1 1Ju. lie, came into the Highland Church 1 Mercer, Lamar Starling, Davi'

Transmissions 528 S. Walnut WO 4-3861 $149.95-Service on'all Makes profession of 'faith last Sun-- Bennett, 'and Kenny Lindsey. NECK B0NES S '

Service,For All and Makes Repairs Vt .... '".'.'- I I 661 'X. Temple Starke_WO 4-9501!I flay and :will be i H-ed nextSunday"afternoOn..at Joe Wallace returned home sun I "7iiBS; 9 c 1
Starke I 2:30. 1 day'after' a lengthy stay in Brad s.
$66 N.:Temple' Starke WO 4-2321 66" Service !; FOR
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u--- SUPPLIES We had5rSSuiLuy SchooIwith ford County Hospital get ,

PARTS Bill Edwards, Prop. 39 of them 100 per cent; ting' along fine. "P10 U
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WK: SPECIALIZE IN ,I Brownlee & Chasteen j members. The Intermediate Boys Mr.. and -Mrs. Bobby Staffon* i

BRAKE SERVICE i SKKDS FEEDSignS frame to the' 'front'again and won i and children of .Fort Pierce vW .

,Starke Motor Wheel Balancing & Alignment i iC17 i, Insecticides Crates and Plants. the banner. 1 ed Jklr, and Mrs. Albert Stafford II.

Parts Co. Inc. I N. Temple Starke WO 4-8881' "Your Friendly Farm Supply Sto! We bragged so ,iuwai im uie last. Sunday. ,
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vo" Local Gilbert BrownI I i '-your' Friendly ; Training Union when they had 22 ; Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs
S. Farm Supply Store" '
NAPA present on .May 14, but they sure Fred, Cannon were Mr. and Mr

Jobber, For Standard Oil Service Station ("or.lOth- &: Cherry Starke.JUS I! gave us a set-back May 21-had I t Eldred Bevins and baby of Provi I
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Cor 'Brownlee & .Clark ATLAS DING-GARAGE- only 11 present and i not one .had1I t dence. Sunday guests of the Car "

phone WO I'-OSOl.:: 4-0811 ti I TIRES i BATTERIES .- I' done the daily Bible reading. We I hons were Mr, Cannon's sistf ,.

REPAIRS --:-- Budget Terms-Road _Service Ii j Thomas Welding wish we. could work in this part ; Mrs. Coririe! Bagley of Ci'ra, an WH STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE GROCERIES

AUTO I i i 407 N. Temple Starke WO 4-707! [ !' pf the service- but as we h.ive ){r. ;and Mrs. Artis Richardson r

& GarageElectric often, said, we have .no means of:[t Lake Butler.. :!.{r. and Mrs. Dons' ,

Earl's! Garage J. B. Wright i iSINCLAIR and Acetylene Welding transportation and cannot attend:f t Hingston of Starke were guest ,

SERVICE STATION ] JEEP SPECIALISTHave night services anywhere. We JiiwI I of the Cannons on Friday. .

ALL KINDS OP Complete Auto Service j Welder-Will Travel! I: told different, ones, at different ''Spanky McLendon 'and Barbarr Ii'f'
AUTO. REPAIR WORK churches, that we would, attend if
Tires
-Batteries-Accessories Sales & Service-Work Guaranteed
AUXWpjk-.guaranteed I \vould'eoine Bates, students at Fad:$ will return PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT :
Electric Welding j 116 W. Biwvnlf WQ 4-0361, ( anyone and take us t.
&0. Walnut Starke WO 9-2364 542 [adisonV 9-2S01 NiU ST :-S77 I to church? thft it *seems it but .ftweekend.home for the summer this OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK, 7 A. I. TO 9 PJVI.f' i .


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supper
Strickland, Linda Waters, Edger? {
Harry D. Van Deventer, Minister I To fvldrida's Green. M MAXVILLEBy 'at the Maxville school las Tues- :Bell Marvin Smitfii; an'i JIcn* ,. TJ I II

NE's'l 390 N. Cherry st Kr ry. ;. Thii, =week\ i1c1 ):;. day night celebrating the close of I Wellhausen. They left :Ui.idh *' I

!i' CHUR t L Mrs. C. B. NolanBaccalaureate t school. A nice crowd attended this |1 Wednesday ev-ening and returned ., ,
s.s. .
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TI1ursjayCho.r: practice, 8 'x Circus life, depicting bMh the, event. j I home Saturday morning. They *4 I
p.. m. Y'px .... ,.4.AA. ....A....&. "" enjoyed a sightseeing tour of New* :
faring and.human: side: 6t the Big Miss Patsy Smith left 'ast Friday -
Friday' Elder's Meeting, 7:30p. : r Top; w1UCome.to..loCalsc eens' at SentcesBa.ccalaureate morning by an Eastern Airlines 1 Orleans and also visited Lake '. ;

m. the Florida -Theatre'this': Sunday Ponchatrain before returning::: i
, : services for the plane from Jacksonville for I t
I PINE The Tabernacle Saturday -'Junior Recreation, Monday, and Tuesday"Jure 4, ,5, graduating clan of the Baldwin: Miami;,, where she was among 50 home. f

Cliff |f 4 p. mSunday- Sunday School, 9:45a. : 1 2 aril 6.'The. High School will be held -Sunday girls to be interviewed: for the "I i THE RIGHT POINT for the ; I II
Morris M. Brackman of Big Show" Is the story ofa afternoon, June 4, In the Baldwin position of, airline stewardess. The .
as., m. Morning Worship, 11 a., m. way you write. Come in and select <-
Puerto Rico showed col- i German chcus family who, in School Gymnasium. Rev. Mason results will not be known for I favorite .*
Junior Choir, 5 p. m. Evening: your ESTERBROOK
slides of the missionary work j Vespers, 6 p. m- Youth Fellow their attempt to, make'.th' i "big'lime" / Simmons will be the principal about 10 days. Patsy returned Fountain Pen. TELEGRAM 'j
the area at the Gospel, Tab: 7 become victims of their speaker, with'Rev. Patterson, Rev. home Saturday afternon. We wish _____? a
ship
] Tupsday night of last week r-I;j p. m. own deceits and. intrigues.;;The ;2d Bennion, and Rev. Stripling as her good luck. Xolice Application L'or'Ca1 Deed '
4 Tuesday Vacation Church: Sec. 1W.1C, F. N. at
1 I Ij and Mrs. Paul Kreft of i School, 10 CommunicantsClass .Century- Fox Cinema cope-Dfi, sisting. Time will be '2:30: p. m.'I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith and Notice Is Hereby: Given, that **
I had charge of the Sunday I I 3:30: a.p. m.m.Methodist Luxe Color romantic drama/itara I The public cordially invited to family enjoyed a del1gbtfusup\ ('aT) Harton.certificate the holder has of filed the said following v.certlfrcale ..

7:30: They are accomplished !i I Esther Williams Cliff. Eql-ertson... attend. f per with Mr and Mrs. Marvin for a tax deed to be is.
'
Nehemiah Persoff Robert Vaughn : Green sued thereon. The certificate nuiui +
in
Middleburg.
I and played Feveral Church J Graduation I bers and years of issuance thM de
Ing numbers as well as bring I Pearson E. Cox Carol Christenson.and David I Graduation exercises will be Quite a few' from Maxville enjoyed scription the property, and the
: 1; .an evangelistic message by CommissionedSecond I Nelson, with members -of' the. held on Friday'' evening, June 9, the Junior-Senior Prom names follows in which: it was assessed! areas
: Kreft. Schedule for week of June 4: I Krone Circus. I at the Baldwin School gymnasium this year which, was held May 19 Certificate Xo. 87. Year of Issuance -

Prayer :> I, Church School, 9:45: a. m. LieutenantPeal with 39 graduating. The .at the Riverside Garden Club in Inscription 1559. of Property Cora at
" special feature during Morning Worship 11 a. m. Snack B&E's Reported j Maxville students are Irene Jacksonville. The theme was a SE Cor of ME'4 run W 533.5'. m-
weekend the baptism of I E. Cox son of Mrs. MU'LY 166.5' for FOB N 1185'. \Vly
j was Supper for MYF, 6:30: p. m. Youth 3 Businesses Brown Becky Higdon, Shirley, southern plantation. Dancing was on X line 55' Sly 1100' ,SELY 103 to _
Lois M. Cox of Starke and the By { "enjoyed by the music of Ed Jenlight's PO1J1nSei21T8SR22E.
f boys by Rev. Bob Badgett of ffigginbotham., Jewel North, Bon- -
Meetings 7 p m. Evening Worship ; late E. L. Cox, commissioned'a Name in which assessed. C. C.
was ,
First Christian Church. I deArce In Past Week i nie Padgett.. Nadine Strickland. orchestra. The refresh.* Hogan. .
| 8'p. m. Rev. Luis j
\ ; second lieutenant in the Air I II Linda Waters Eugene Ball Marvin pent table was filled with tea All of said property being in th| I'
Methodist minister from Cuba,! of '
: r-ounty Bradrotd'State
Force I ofiFlorij
his recent graduation '
Ing SOUTIISIDE CIIURCII OF upon The Bradford County Sheriff's : Smith and Henry W Ul1ausen.These sandwiches. cake squares, and dL :
I will the ..
I f I' bring message Sunday j i
listic CHRIST I, irom Officer Training School at Department this. week reported ; services' will be held at 8 sparkling punch.. Misses Carole. Unless such certificate or certlficates > .,

1'/i : 'I 3 Mi. S. on 301. I:I night.Monday-Circle 2 will meet in I Lackland AFB, Texas. He will three breaking and eriterins casesat ; p. m. and' the .public is: also' .invited Bowyer of Whitehouse, Elaine. to .law shall. the be property redeemed described according hituch ...
now be assigned to AFB ertifl'-ate !
Schilling Eileen i or certificates l
Peterson of. Baldwin and
I I I I local establishments, the latest toattend. .
Fellowship Hall 3:30 m. Mrs. l e sold to the highest bidden at tilt '
Bible Classes 10 a.1! : p. .in Kansas as a guided missile '
., I EulaiWhigham operations one at Tuck's Diive-in Monday j i MiSses'Irene. .. and Ollie Brown. Brosky and Elizabeth Whitehead -i*>urt house door on the*first":foni .. I
'Bertha Pearce and Mrs. :
i and maintenance officer. I day in month of July which '
Worship with the 1961
Assembly
: night. Fred, Jim and of. Maxville served at the event. I
i and their brothers,.
will be hostesses. Official is tlip 3 d1of July. 1961.>> | y
f Supper. 11 a. m.; Evening i The Officer Training School is According to Deputy Sheriff Harrell;. plan.to leave when schoolis The Maxville Seniors' enjoying i ntt"'d! this 59 day of May 1961.1 '
r I ] Worship, 6:30: p- m. Board meeting. 7:30 p. m. a 12-week course whereby selected where 4 wonderful class trip to New Orleans I CSE.fJCharles 1
,II I Tuesday Circle 1 will meetat Dolph Reddish thieves entered' out.for Greensboro, N- C. A. Darby, ,-. .,
I Bible Classes, ; college graduates are given military Tuck's between midnight and i they will' spend the summer. last week were Becky Hig- Clerk) of Cin-uit Court of Biad-. .
,
the home of Mrs. C. L. Scholl,
indoctrination for for .Coupty. Florida.
: p. m. 10 mWednesday' !I, assignments eight a. m. Monday taking an''' Eugene Bell is beizer.after hav- don,- Shirley..Higgtnbo.ham. Jewel l 61 4t 6-23 ,
a. ,
in specially needed posts
unknown amount of from hUrt"in a' accidentat
been diving
'j ji money ing
Circle 3 :neeting
in the Air
EVERGREENBAPTIST Force.
I the Juke box and cigarette Lake' Ponchtrain in New Orleans ,.
i < ma- .
has been postponed until June 14. j I '
CHURCH Lt. Cox is a graduate of Bradford
I ,I chine.: j while on iiis senior dass
Meeting, 7:30 m. I '
Prayer : p. High School and the '
School 10 a- m. Preach- !',,t Thursday Prayer group : sity of Florida where he majored.in i'niver-1'. The drive-in was entered by I trip last FTid y. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru June J.10$1' I,
TELEGRAPH&t '' breaking the glass from a dooron Mrs. Brown of Greensboro "H" J
11 a. m. Training Unbn 6:30': meets, 9:30: a, m. Chancel Choir industrial engineering. Mary. ,
\ i iI I Preaching, 7:30: p. m. Prayer I!I rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. I I Ii InTmTE 'the west side of the building. N, C. will arrive 'Sunday .to hI' ,,'
Wednesday 7:30: p. m.- Vacation Church School will be i I I'I Reddish- said. spend:! a 'week with Mr. and Mrs. : SAVE qT '

; i Bible study, 7:30: held June 5 through June 9. All i'! In other recent break-In cases, Lacey Brown and family. : ,.
iI -Jos. E. Norman pastor. 1 1I 'I children from kindergarten i I i the local draft board, on East Call j Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman ..
I I I 1 1i through the Junior Department Street, was reported entered and;announce the birth of, a.biby girl! t (:'f'. '. ,I
BAPTIST CHURCH I are invited to attend. a 't typewriter stolen sometime last 1 i on Thursday: May 25, in St. Vin- "*" .,
i
I l I By Enza Blanchard weekend. Ten-years-old, the typewriter j I cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, She ..
I: School, 10 a. m Morn-,I LAUREL MISSIONARY 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA44AABaccalaureate was a >Royal. has been named Frances Ann. Lz

i Worship, 11 a. m. Training I 1 BAPTIST CHURCH I Two window fans, valueJ at $35 ;j Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith and

6:30: p. m. Evening Wor LI I Services t ti I each when new, were stolen from: family enjoyed a fish supper, with) .

7:30: p. m. Sunday School and Worship-2 i The Lawtey Junicr High School!I the Crescent Motel on US. 301 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris and : u
('!' Meeting, Wednesday::! I I! to 4 p. m. Sunday 'I Baccalaureate services were held south of Starke last Sunday family*Tuesday night. ,
I I I I
: p m. Tuesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 in the school auditorium last night. Two empty rooms were entered i Mr. and Mrs. Pan Hargroves

Rev Barney Sweat. p. m. Sunday:: morning with an inspiring '' by removing screens from and daughter, Minnie, and T. L. 4
;: \' welcorfle. Saturday Church Services-7:30 { sermon; delivered by Rev. TroyM windows. The screens, Reddish- Manning hag as their guest last l!
p. m. ? said! were not fastened but just nephew,
I ; Wakefield, pastor of Grace Thursday, Mr. Hargroves'
. I FAITH BAPTIST CIII'RCII' Methodist Church. fitted into the ,!window casing. j jMrs Ferrell<:. Manning of Glen. st. s ..
> I Lawtey HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. T. L. Howe, pastor of the jj jI Marv. Ferrell has, just II received! his 'OOD StO .'.:

A. E. Massey, Pastor Sunday Sunday School 16 I First Baptist Church, brought j. discharge from an air force base 1: ..
I .
the invocation and benediction, in California. I
school 10 a. m. a. m. Morning message 11 a. m. Harry Lastinger anH son ,
11 a. m. I Training Union 7 p. m. Evening: and Mrs. W. F. Moore was pianistfor Wayne, of Daytona Beach Lon- John Waters and Willard Pad SUNNYLAND Whole or Half12 ,Lb? "
the occasion. The principal, gett enjoved a delightful fishing
-: Service. 7:30: p. m. message 8 p. m. nie Prescott, and"Mr. and Mrs. '
Study and Prayer ,Meet-j I Monday Bible Joy Club 4 to James L. Temple, made 'announcements I trip to Lake Ixhloosa.Monday
I and introduced the Vaughn Prescott of Middleburg. : night and caught a very nice
.- 7:30: p: m. Wednesday, i 15 p. m. ;
I Mr, 'and Mrs. N. Blocker and HAMS
Wednesday Prayer Meeting speaker. sons mess) of fish. <
t Pink gladioli and chrysanthemums -' 'and Lake Albert Oliver was hurt seriously
HIGHLAND I 7:30: p. m. Choir Practice, 8:30: p. white Mrs., William Blocker oi
BAPTIST CHURCH m. Pastor: Merle L. 'Packh m.I were used. in decor- City were'visiting Mrs. A. H. Hat- ; last Friday night when the truck

ating the stage.Members which he'was! in was struck by 4 ,
ley, and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Harley ,
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School. 9:45: a. m.I CHRISTIAN CHURCH of the graduatingclass Wlllard and W. J. Padzett. and .. KO. CENTERS
l Worship 11. a. m. and Carl Cbrkr, Minister are: June Brown, Lita ,I Saturday.' Mrs. S. D. Harley's;;, Richard' Williams. All oT them 1 REMOVED' I

j : 'p. m. Prayer Meeting each I *, Futcli. Carol Gladieux, Juanita -ion.,,Sanj, Givins, of Gainesville. i were from Maxville.. Mr. Oliver is ,fLL7' '.

7:30 p. m. Rev.t SUNDAY SERVICES Griff is, Carol Norman, Fa'ye'Nofs-I visited them Sunday. I If still confined to the Duval Medical }'j .d. ,.
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Chism pastor. Everybody 10:00: a. m. Bible School worthy, Loraine Priest, Dianne Mr< and Mrs Frank Wells and Center, while the others were -
welcome 11:00:: a, m. Worship and Com- Sapp, Gwenn Tanner, Diana f treated and released.Mrs. .
1 Nina or Leesburg were Saturday| ,
munion. Vanzant, Carolyn Smith, Wayne Merle English and daughter
-- Crews, Lacy Griffis, Billy Norman j' overnight guests of Mrs. Effie'I I' and Mr. and Mrs. Buford W-D "Branded''. Sirloin Round. 7" Rib

Mitchell Starling, Michael Waters,. Miner. Hieinbotham spent last weekendin
Gene King, and Wayne Kirkland.1 Mr.. and:! Mrs. Joe Shutout and i i iI Laurel Bay S. C. as guests of '

Starke Dry Cleaners! i LaundrySTARKE Higginbotham-Akcrs j children, and Mrs. MB.. Plummer I Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls and ,
Mrs. Charline Akers and Elmer' of Miami who is visiting them family. j'STEAKS u.791J l

Higginbotham were united in were Sunday guests of Mrs. John Mr- and Mrs. Jack Waters and.i

STARKE, FLORIDA marriage in a quiet ceremony, on Shuford and Dave. family of Jacksonville visited Saturday j .
May 18 at the home of the bridegroom's -Those visiting the R. E. Lee with Mrs. Dorothy Waters .
!! sister, Mrs. James and family. '
family during the \\'eekendfere
--OPERATING -- I Waters, and Mr. Waters. Attend- 1i]?. and Mrs. R. English and son Edna and James Beatey Df 1 i 'VACUUM PACKEDMaxwell :

I ing the ceremony were a few jela> of Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. ,Lee's Jacksonville are visiting. with i iI ,I .
lives and close friends. The! bride, their aunt Mrs. Dorothy Waters, !
I mother Mrs. Lee of Enigma; Ga. I
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." CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY I is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Weekend guests of Mr. and: :Mrs. and family. .[ House j j'I

STAUKE PHONE 964-3201 I Charles Bowen of Palatku.: Mr. J, E. Warren, were Mr. Warren's. Mr. and Mrs- Tommy Fleming. I I '
Higginbotham is the son of Mr. i daughter Mrs. C. E. Griffin of of Jacksonville visited Mr. and

KOIN KLEEN AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY I and Mrs. Buford Higginbothamof Wingale, N C., and her son and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and son .
Maxville. They are both em- daughter-in-law., Mr. and C Mrs. Monday night. J'I \
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STAUKE PHONE 96l 3201
I ployed: locally and reside in the Leroy Bates of.Casey, S. C. Mrs. Mrs. H. H. Bradshaw of Jacksonville i .Limit:,One with1\' :
Plummer cottage. visited Saturday with her $5. order or more'
KEYSTONE tv. H. Appleby of Jacksonville ,J :
WASHETERIA Home Demonstration Outing and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
ach, Miss Beverh; Aj>?leby who son I Y
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 3121 Members of the Lawtey Home i is a student of; the. University of Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw. 1-LB. TIN :.
Demonstration Club; and their Mr. and Mrs George Tohnson .
Florida in Gainesville! Mr. and I I .
e E-Z WAY LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS families enjoyed a cook-out Tues I! Mrs. Marvin Warren_and Lynn of and family of Jacksonville Visited ..
GREEN day night at the home of Mr. and ; Jacksonville\ Mr. and Mrs. J. 'I Sunday with Mr. and:! Mrs.Doss :
COVE SPRINGS PHONE 6011 ( ; order
Mrs. Eugene Lee. Barbecued Bradley and children of Kingsley, j Higinbotham and family. i SHORTENING Limit: 1 with $5. ori mCRISC.Q arw 1

., .' '. chicken and corn on the cob (I Lake 'Joinej them at the familyi I i J. C. Nolan and children visitedin

PROUDLY ANNOUNCES ITS highlighted the menu. i dinner Sunday. It was really: ae Tallahassee last Sunday wjth i 3-LB. 69t
r' Those enjoying this affair wer I family .homecoming. I Mrs. Nolan. We are all very gladto !' TIN 1

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye. Pam and' }I I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Smith have know that Mrs. Nolan will be '. iIii .
},. NEWEST OUTLETGREEN'S Johnny; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee'' ; just returned from visiting rela- i; released from' the hospital the .
Karen and Johnny; Mrs. A. H i tives in Burbank, Ohio. j latter part of June. :

: ... .. .,. Harley Mr, and Mrs. C. D. Har-:I The Maxville PTA sponsored an KRAFT
AT Ie)', Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas J At
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Donald: Mr. and:! Mrs. C. W. tcm : ,,,'"
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Thomas and children, Mr. and ; '
Mrs.; Hiiam Bennett and Joey, j i The New Scripfo MAYONNAISE'Lfr"
.. STORE BROOKER Mrs. Effie Miner, Misi Dorothy _

Ross, "Mrs. Joyce. Futch and '
PHONE BROOKER 2281 Ralph Mrs. Tom Tatum and Business Line Ball Pens

*r> ,.-., Tommy, Mrs. Mae Wells, and 1' Lfnfr: One' with

Your regular laundry services rFluff Thrift Miss- Enza Blanchard. I $5. order or morq '
Family
--- Dry- '
Mrs. R. E. Lee took her MYF and Refills :: i .
:
Finish-Shirt Servicer-Finished Flat Intermediates for an outing 'to I ;, L w

Kingsley Lake last Sunday where I! '. ,
Mr and Mrs. Maxie Carter let I FOR ALL BUSINESS'VRITIlG. "

Quality Sanitone Dry Cleaning and "Clean-Only" Service them use their place for swimming '

I and picnicking. After the : only 25c each PILLSBURY ,LAIN OR SELF-RISING ,
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'which .1
f regular meeting, during
Alteration Department-Rug Cleaning Service-Linen plans were: made for a cleanup'ay I .

"Rcnt -Uniform Rental-Pick-up and Delivery. Service I, people' in the enjoyed church a yard picnic, the supper..youns,I u I[ <. REFILLABLE!" .. FLOUR. 5.) 49l

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Those attending were Dianne j1 ; \ jf -
Our sincere thanks/' r your past business and.for your fu- Thomas, Johnny Tye*-Karen and : : <-

ture cooperation in our efforts to bring the best in Laun- :Johnny Lee, Kaytie Jones, and ; wfth Refills; IQc ea, : : '- ordw.or* wow.' '"
Patty and,Teddy Bryan. ,_ p p2'i "f*
dry and Cleaning Services and increased prosperity in our Mrs. Hiram Bennett and Mrs. < : GIANT -
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fTljrnitI9nD
home area of Bradford and Clay Counties. J. C. Tye 'attended the study ...:,L .' ..BLUE.. .. I o.X 59i
Bradford- "'" f I II
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sponsored
\ course ;-' BLACK ,. : ,
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Union County Council in Starke. i- : :' ',f L. 1.i#. s ,
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Trade at Home with > The 6th grade: of Lawtey Junior ->: \ RED -.J- I I

/ High School with\ their, teacher, ( f I I GRADE "A" SHIPPED SUPERBRAND .. .sE '
njoyed a last Friday"to visit } : FUSE OR MEDIUM P01f 5' : : ,
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DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRYYou the State Mjaseum k.Gainesvillei :! f r I,!' :f;, i I.E: : fl E*:, ii:. .. ":. !II! 1" S u..S'

STARKE 'i and ,Black where Swan they Park saw birds at McIntosh from- : III The most economical; I. G S ; .. 2 5 a ," 1

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always have that look of approval with tall parts'of the world as vied as i '.1'1. ; 'C.- .Ji,)' ,' f-
our I
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Florida's native birds. They weretran..cported !II' writing sxer .devised.
If fi
'. I' by Mr. Gault in .the FRESH GOLDEN BANTAM FLORIDA r" 'Cij
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: school bus of which he has q,

DRY SAintQNI. CLEANING {I'I charge.Weekend guests at the Darley.- I IORN 10 WI

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Bradford
) Bennett home were Mr. and Mrs. Y' County Telegraph ,i ,

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o.ba.s1c-tra1n1ng jr ; and -four monthsof Jaycee Radio -- Foster Shi SmithIs the Bradford Independent, and All persona having claims or demands I J
l Guard Enlistment; DayS Testimony Heard I against the estate ot. William
ori;.the.oo..tra1ning.; learning Natural Gas teams. The Presby- Thomas Murrhee deceased, are here '
suph, 'Job& as. automobile mechanics t For Saturday SpeakerAt terian Team dropped out of the by notlfed and required of to the file County their (
Freeze Lifted On Murder CaseIn claims in the offlc!
1 ,' .cooking, ,radio: operation Farm BureauFoster second half.Doubleheaicrs. Judge of Bradford, County, Florida, 1
The annual Jaycee Radio( Day $1 I 1 in the County Court House at StarUe
etc: will bs played
p t'i For Seniors I Ii F.ur'members'OJ the unit! will I will,"be held Saturday June 3, on Union Court Shi Smith was the principal -, every! week nght except Wednesday. -i Florida from within-the date eight of the clIendar: first Jm'.lbthJl .
> notice or tle
P. 10 Station: Wr aR. j publication of this :
le ve'for.. six months active duty The first will start at I'
\ speaker at a joint meetingof game I same will become void according. to .
Even though tnU'.sunmur Charles McCullough Th Jaycees will mn the radio 7 m. and the second at .law. This May 9.. un. '
there has been a,, Statements of how the strangulation the Braford County Farm p. game
i .i twnparary freeze on enlisting on',June' 18;:,Ellis! E. Coleman. :i station starting at 6 a. m. Saturday of a cellmate murder was Bureau and the Cattlemen's Association 8:30: p. m. I I 1 Administrator(S) William Thomas of the Murrhee Estate, Jr.i.f "1 .

I nan-prior service men, those st Julian C.-Green., ,and, Jack R. morning and continue during planned. and carried out b> four j in the courthouse Mon- William Thomas Murrhee (Sr.) 0.- ,;

i dents who will :ibe Seniors in,high Wynn' on'August,6. J the broadcast day. They will serveas Sla> Prison inmates were read I day night. :.'UI'fd.First' Publication .May/11. 1961. 1 Ml

school n xt' year may enlist In One'member ofthe unit will disc jockeys, will give commercials to a Union County circuit court i Reminding the group that agri- I Hollis V Kn'ftht' -' Y.. '.' i'
and will interview local I Ij.f \v. c. r. Starke Florida. -
the Guard at this! time and attend aitenJ: Officers Candidate School Tuesday:, May 30. culture is the basic industry of Att H-ny for Administrator.. .
*
merchants and othsr citizens.! ; 'I' 41 8-1 n
summer field tiaining with the starting June 16-8P4 Richard H. The statements were made to Bradford County llr. Smith % '.i

10"al unit." Cap; Drew F. Red-. .Jockel. 'a 'member of the high : An a'ded highlight Radio .. t prison official by John McLain, I stressed the need for organization "THE GREATEST SPORT IN J-dne's-court in And ;t

I dish. commander of the Starke school 'faculty. : Day will be a live broadcast of the 33; and Dallas Epperly 23. two of among farmers. He declared that THE WORLD IS TO CHAMPIONAN IB Fur C"Bradford tr Co..ty, Florida.In j\

National Guard unit has a/nouu- The Unit will attend summer I i opening day Midget League base- _. .., ., ., the prisoners who are accused of I farmers should take every oppor- UNPOPULAR CAUSE re: Estate of Riley. .Smith \\as-
din.
ccd.All field training at ''Fort Stewart,j ball game also sponsored by the %. the October 30 murder of cellmate tunity to attend any :occasion WHEN YOU KNOW YOU'RE NOTICE, TO CREDITORSAll .1'
of RII..ySmith
non-prior: service personnel Ga. from June 25 to July 9. I Jaycees. The game between Kenneth Albury 30. Also accusedin where some phase of an agricultural RIGHT." ... creditors Wasdin of deceased the estate are hereby -

must atteni six months 'a Uve I Cap: :Reddish .asks that all i Starke Builders and the Community the case are Jack Campbell 23. program might be discussed.I [THEODORE ROOSEVELT IN notified and required to file any !

I duty after enlisting in the Guard :I employers grant military leave toj Bank will start at 2 p. m. 4Mm : and William Wolfe 21. Wolfe has This is a good way to keep up I FLORIDA ,WHITE RIBBON have claims against or demands said estate which la they the may office !
but Seniors for not for under!"[ Fred Snell and ,Abe Abercrom- NEWS]. Connty Judge of Bradford -
next year will Guardsmen. provided : been granted a separate trial with the fast changes in agri- of the J
I I'bie will announce the game.ene .......... .... our County. :Florida in the Court-
attend ""': ''
until the at the last '
summer of ,1962 .-Federal Law passed. 'Ia'l' I after a psychiatrist stated he was cultural industry, he said. house at Starke Florida within

Capt. Reddish explained. Others session 'oft 'Congress; This law Bill Wall Named insane at the time of the killing. In keeping with the suggestionthat U1'1't TO DEFE\U eight calendar publication months from of this the dateof notice i I

who "enlist must attend the six ftates that employees will be giv- !: military duty for training. Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur- farmers need to get together, IB ca..e.... C..rt, UradfordKluridm Cuu7. the. Each first claim or demand must ,

months active duty starting with en military: leaveand, it is against I "Cooperation as a whole in the I To High SchoolWho's phree ruled the statements, plus plans are now underway for a IK Case Cb..No.*rJ.15-984 be In. writing residence*nd :'and rau>t P.081'0"1"state the 1 j

124 days. During the six months.the .(the lawttq': .make the annual vac- I past has been excellent, and your one from Campbell and another hamburger fry and covered dish Dorris Thompson Plaintiff vs. place address or of tbtr dalmant and must.be

enlisted men have,two months ration. coincide" with tours of re-.I help in the future will be appreciated -I ,Who BookBill from McL'\in. admissible aftermost supper for the two associations Homer NOTICE Lee Thompson TO APPEARTo Defendant. sworn,his to-attorneyorH pv: the claimant.will Ms become agent.

0., I I alike by Guardsmen and citizens Wall son of Col. and Mrs. of ,the afternoon wa: taken on Friday, June 9. The joint residence: Homer and Lee address Thompson is! Unknown.whose void(11' aceotdtaato... 1A.W>
'' Capt. Reddish said. I6.l9G1.
May < .
i Harold C. Wall of Starke and St. up by legal maneuvering. meeting will be.held at the Starke You are hereby notified that a *. J. Thomas." Jr..'
FIRESTONE tJ, '. -i\\I Augustine received national recognition During the arguments, the defendants State Farmers Market starting at suit minor for divorce children custody has and been controlof filed Attorney B)' (S) George for Administratrix IL PI rce.

'. -.- took the stand to deny 7 p. m. Association members will against you in the above named Era Edwards Wasdin
; 8.& Ii I 'cir : last week when he was the statements had been made receive more information by mail Court and to serve cause a copy and of you your are answer required First! Publication on 11 .118Y.5.lS 4t 19&1.6-

LAWN MOWER: Ii i one of six 3t. Augustine High I I voluntarily. They were made, the early next week and the presi- or Plaintiffs pleading to' the complainton T. Frank .
the Attorney
II School students named to Who'sWho said with the = _
4 I prisoners hope they dents of the groups Pat Miller Landrum P. O. Box 546 Starke -
I Among Student Leaders in would be released from the flattop and Curtis Marlowe would like a Florida and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
t TRY OUR CONVENIENT. PLAN High Schools of America. !I where they were fed only good turnout on this occasion. Court on or before the 12 day of WILLIAMS

.... ,. The students were selected on I r bread water, and soup. The usual efficient cooks will be June, 19(1; otherwise the will allegations betaken -
.- of said Complaint
v1P / the basis ,of scholarship, leader- I The state began prosecuting its In action: Titus Olson. Billy Noe- as confessed' by you.
ship in academic and extracurricular :: case after the jury was seated gel, Lonnie Harley Zedra Hamilton This notice shall be published once JEWELRYWATCHES .'
each week for four consecutive ,
,18" .. 21f2H.P. Cycle:: $39.95 } II activities service to school about U a. m. Monday and after and J. R. Wainwrigbt. weeks in the Bradford County Tele >'

I and community and promise of Judge Murphree denied a defense graph.Dated this 3 day of May 1961. DIAMONDS
Plus Tax l....... future usefulness. Bill is presi- motion for change of venue. It Garden Takes OpenerIn (SEAL) REPAIRSAll
; : dent of the National Honor Society took all of Monday and most of Charles! A. Darby GuaranteedA.
Clerk of the Circuit Cou t. Work
and business ma.nager of the Tuesday morning and 95 venire- Second Half By Marian: L. Crosby. D C.fI11 .

22".2112 'fl.R "! fCyCle $$49.95Plus K St.staff.Augustine High School annual men before the jury was selected. Of City Softball Play 4t 6-1 142. C.W.Williams CaD St. I

: Each student selected Is awarded In The County Judge's Court Of Fla.
SeIMVinder .Siartei t -.: Plus Tax Garden Restaurant defeated the Bradford C.mtr. Florid* Starke,
a certificate with a gold seal Thomas Edwards In The Estate Of:
of recognition. and his name and Lawtey Chiefc 7-2 Monday nightin William Thomas Murrhee. De ;;; :;; ':';;; -:;

22" 3HP.} biography appears in the official the first game of a double- ceased.NOTICE TO CREDITORS j
$$69.95 Dies 20
4Cycle
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publication for the current'year.Nominations header in the Men's Slow Pitch

,. Thanks be submitted
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., Plus.'. Tax only by high schools that have I: Thomas B. Edwards 84. a retired -' Softball League. I t
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a- :. In the second game the Pro-
met the standards set by the Federal farmer of Brooker died May
for fessors defeated the Bradford
Delco Batteries INTERNATIONALMUFFLERS Security Agency's Office of 20 in Alachua
time' General Hospital Baseball Team 19-11 in a slugging

$5.00Allowances l a jobdone. only Education.1,096 At high the schools present in the where, lie had been a patient for I contest. -

well U. S. have met these standards. three weeks. I j These games were the first to
On TlAlEGUARANTEE
Any < : LIFE be played in the second half of STARKE RECAP CO.
Born Feb. 4, 1877 in Lake But-
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Battery During Sale I
the season which is composed of
1 .'. Mrs. Nora Owen," 70 ler he was a lifelong res'dent of an eight-team league. ..

r I 1961) Dies WednesdayAfter Bradford County. He was married | Newcomers to the league are Is Now Dealer j
to Anna Williams of Lake Butleron .. I
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Long IllnessMrs. Feb. 3, 1895 at New River and .. .
'SpecaTW: : $$4.95 they had been married for 65 See For .

/ DODD'SAuto Nora Usry Owen, '70 of years. Mrs. Edwards died April 9, Westinghouse

Starke died Wednesday afternoonIn

I '_. .. .\ Plus. :Parts a local hospital after an ill- 1960.Mr.. Edwards joined the New Freezers and i
.... ... Sales MODAC ENGINE BELTS
.\ L:-4'. '. '.;" : ;.' ......u....."1 -: .. .' ness of several months. River Missionary Baptist Churchat. I Air ConditionersAt

r> : V Mrs. Owen was born March-,13. .an early age and was ordained :
\ ,7 :: !: t Phone 964-6421 1891 in Jackson, Ala., and: 'had as: ,'a deacon, serving in that -
Dodds
Service'tMro. : ,'Sales ; lived in Starke for 26 years., She capacity for many years. Due to : North Florida WE HAVE IN STOCK A

",.J ..:' ;r. was a member of the Baptist failing health he had not been an .

528, S. Walnut'St.. i>'I v. ,* '., _,..,Phone'."l ...._ .964-3861"' 0 ... 712 Walnut St. Church. active deacon for three or four Supply I FULL LINE AND ALL SIZES
-- Surviving are her husbajjd-yir-, years.

... : : ...;<; F ; l!: :- "' :: \' :: : ;: f:: : -' .:- .j gel.Owen,.Starke;'-four daughters; Surviving' are three daughters i PHONE 964-2113 '

..' O .. ; ;, ( f Mrs- E 1a .Hudson. Sumtervilte; Urs: Eva Harrell'Mrs.; Zedra 224 N. Temple Ave. :
1';: & Mrs. Prances Kelly, Jacksonville; Hamilton both of Brooker and STARKE RECAP CO. .
.. ........II Mrs. Clara Johnson, Sapphire, N. Mrs. Hubert Croft of Murphrees- Starke, Fla.

.:. '- ". C.: and Mrs. Nancy GEsson bore, Tenn.; three sons, Charlie "You Can Be Sure- 135 N' Temple Ave. Phone, .-. 984-0221-

...t.. ,... Starke; three .sons, John Barul ld, W. Edwards of Bradenton; SeeberI. If It's Westinghouse" tI

l ..j ,. IT. ILLEGAL, Tampa; Earl Owen. Starke; and Eiwards, Tampa; and James ,- :
: Isaac Owen of the U. S. Air Edwards, Raiford: 14 grand- I '' '

','. : "t Force' ; four sisters, Mrs. Georgia children, and 21 great grandchil- fM

f.t.. 1 .,\$:.*.. .')t-1'i '..".j.,,":. .. ..,..,; ., .>i.. Brown and Mrs. Mary Beal both dren. ,M.;:',;;, D
.. 't- 4 : '. .1 : $ ". .
i':" p I'. .. '1/: : . ;. '.'. ;. "' t.., ,,.. ;. ,";...,.. :.\ -- Lakeland;' and Mrs. Jewell Nobles, the New River Baptist Church !
," .\.. .... ... ".."....... .:.k.-... : <-i. Resolutions k ward
S..'t" ..'. .:.1,1..I!. .... .i. t.. i... "' Orlando;' and eight grandchil with Rev. L. L. Parker and Rev. !! 20 Words or less, cue time _______ .85 Memorials, per
.1'c \ f'" ". p. dren. Joe Roop officiating. Burial was i If not paid fa advance ._' 1.00 (Cards of Thanks up to 50 word r 1M

For AnyJet ij n tP rsci1ls1oEngage in Funeral services will- 'be held at in the church cemetery under the :i Keyed or Blind Ads ______ 1.10 Over 50 words _._____ 5e per word

10 a. m. Friday in Jones Memorial direction of Williams-Thomas. Each additional word over 2O. ___ 5 Display ads in Classified 1Mper lack
.J..' \ Jo. : % I _
.. ;: :'" J !. Chapel with Rev. W. E. Hall of Funeral Home.
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: the Pine Level Baptist Church'of Active pallbearers were Mastoa. Fim.MSHED APillTME.NT STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE 25c HOUSE FOR RENT 3' bedroom

Business$ U""drABcfiouiName; Unless ficiating. Burial will follow in 'the S. Hayes Floyd Wiggins Raud I I Six apartneBta HOT*!! FOIl, :.SALK room. S quart at TOO W. Lafayette. ltp : 'U-furnished%: Z1. house close! jn. Phone Itchg

) Moss Bluff Cemetery near Oc launder Crews, Chester Andrews ReddishAndrews I bath. Two fclk. Craw P. O. FOR RENT: One store building)!
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\1., ..\,. .. .& l the direction of DeWitt C. and Russell Green. ::10 .M. ('...rrJ. See AMMcrt J. K. and one small unfurnished house at'' FOR RENT: -To desirable tenants
u '. ?" '- j S.III.&tn. i 321 Temple. Phone WO 981.tfchg only, .3 bedroom house at 713 E.
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.M l' ii' '' '! Jones Funeral Home.Saturday Tfcbfc' I. Laura St. Phone 969-1551. 4tcbg MS

; The J'Register d i Six Local StudentsTo ". .I FARM I.I FURNISHED APARTMENT. Air
{ $ Sees Hl\r.SLKV LAKK HOMK I Equipment For!conditioner electric kitchen. Adults.I .
Lake
: \ : FOR SALE Xt'w IClngrsley I mi. Besaent Road. Phone
-: : Rcceive'CoUegeDegrees home dock house; and boat house I Plowing east on
969.1545. tfchg
furnished Price i 14 $22,500.00. Good I I
Planting
: >. : '. : I Midget League This SpringSix terms to ponslble party. Write: ,I i INDUSTRIAL, FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished -
: 2 dTb P. O. Box 414 Gainesville, Florida.
"lt sFl rida Law I house (13 W. Madison St. Phone
., : : 1 Baseball Begin"Play local graduates will be a- I' Call FR 24361 Day FR66502 lcht.1Ztchd 8-1 I Equipment For Every Job 964-25(1. Jtp (-1

I Superior Tractor Co.
-. -. receive: degrees I
mong 2,179 persons to -
... I II PEYTOW FLORISTlit
... I FOR SALE Large house and
I at Florida's two state universities complete furnishings; 5 rooms, bath Phone EV 9-6772 8, THOUP80M IT.
,p \. ?." 3l I ball! a familiar saying this spring. screened porches.-Can be :seen by 5353 W. Beaver JacksonvilleHOME PHONE WO MIll
j- at this time of year.'will be .re- I I contacting Mrs. Rome Andrews NIGHT WO .4-3801 qr WO -193X
"(t shad li unUwrul!.tjjperO ,or persons, u defined kereia I. U Five of them will be numberedin Hampton. Ztpt 1 FOR SALE-By owner. 7 DISTINCTIVE!\ J'LOWEal
peated at 2 p. m. Saturday June I room bungalow on corner lot. Car-
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WP. WIRE FLOWERS AN
i encage In business as 'h>relnfdef J e4.under a fictitious name as herein defined 3, when the first game nf the the graduating class of 1,729at i WE HAVE a new loan program for port and utility room. Near tennis

without andunless idj'fictitloQB; name hall be registered with the 1961 Midget.League season gets the University' of Florida in farmers. Loans oi credit 1 to requltemfcnts 6 years- court. Phone and play WO 451.grounds.. 411 CenterSt. tfchg
Gainesville, while one will come I I for the entire
clerk of the circuitcourtof the where the underway at the Praft street of the farmer and his fam
"tt. principal place of busineas from Florida State University in ily. .Gainesville Prodqitlon Credit KINGSLE7 LAKE House for INTRODUCTORYOFFER
Is, with registration ah4 MnJUyjtP fith J 'the_clerk aforesaid !. Play-ground. Tallahassee. Merrill Jerome Edwards Association' liO North "&'-. Rent. Can 533-2872 after 6 p. m. or
\ : I an a The league will be playing this Gainesville. Fla "Ich. write P. O. Box liS Stark. ftp 8-1 .

.fidavit signed by: all Interested.. >penonvii&tinc,, : ,under. oath the names of Sf' Son ln a.neW ball,park rjecently : a.music and music educa- FOR BALE Engraved Business ?

S <'d-those I IntW4tedta/' ,: u&'e- enterjiriB' *, the extent of the In- : completed by the Jaycees":. i'" candidate tion maJor.for is a the degree local at FSU.lone NOTICE ORANGE OP SPRl-XG CHANCR Ready rones.: mix fence: concrete posts sand concrete, cement block Stationery ,

Opening day ceremonies ',will FERRY SCHEDULE Mptar mix. rock steel oyster: shell, 500 Letterheads
I tertst of each, and the ftctjiKnii $pmmitr: which aald business carried begin with flag-raising ceremonies Those g duating" from the UP: Week Days -Mon. thru Thurs. Lfnerork' and Roof Gravel. Phone 500 Large Enveiuped

I jon.',Said registration majr. \oifii.|ude until the person or persons desiring by. the Boy ScoutI $.- ;H ib are Elizabeth. Ann Tatum of Law- Open 6 a. m.Jose Weekends'8 p. m. Ct UO4-2S21. Bradford Engineering tfchg 500 Business Cards

to engage in busineaj.onde-iifficlt&as$. 'name shall hare advertised his or Thomas: former New;York'.Giants I tey. ba 1ielor.'of Science in pharmacy -:' Close.Open Sunday Friday -- 10 Sam.p. m. HOME FOR 8ALE- FINEST ENGRAVING

their Intention:to rejfiater,iaJdflctlti-" ; GS.name at l least.,once a week for four I second first .ball baseman, and theopn1nkbetween will. tossout, .game the> j Master, and of Science Jake Theodore in Agriculture.Marilyn Gruis. Open Except Schedule 24 Nov.Hours 1 Effective to Dally.Jan. 15 Immediately: ET 2 baths.OWNER.screen 6 rooms porch, utiUts/3 bedrooms room. ALL FOR 48.05

((4) oonsecutive Peeks'in. some new paper:a3 defined 1 by>> law In the countywnr4 Starke Builder's, poachr: L. [Coxl< ] Norman Bachelor New Jtchg 6-8 In down Saratoga payment.Height Payments Reasonable nil! mo. Plate IncludedBRADFORD

said registration is.it) e.make, and aid registration shall net U ed by Harold Davis ''and 'Harry1Green I of Science in Nursing Fred COLONIAL FLORIST Call X4-7185. tfchgFOR COUNTY

accepted t by..thecler (ef .the\ .clrvutt :tturt,eicept upon receiving proof of and.the Community.State ,James Arts and Pellum Donald Jr.,Carl Bachelor Richie of Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke.Flowers SALE Concrete block :3 B. TELEGRAPH .
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". '.' Bank. coached by Johnny .Kop -i wired any place. Flowera R. home. Hardwood floors tile -
sueh publication. Bachelor of Science in Journalism for all occasions locally. Phone bath. electric stove. hotwater heat

p' . V . ,.,..{ follow.lousos and Mack McGrifJ, will I ,. all of Starke.Commencement WO 4'I2M. $1' East Nona St. tfcbg- er Included., space heater For further and Venetian information blinds WORTH THE TRIP
t. 1 ,- ; at FSU will and S call 9(4-0354 or see at Hit W. Mobile Homes-Always below
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FOR RENT -
I .. . This game will be broadcast live HOUSES
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''' ', Bus Pratt St. Saratoga Heights
f ( T Ii bedrooms. Inquire Greyhound market and dean.
; > .; Radio Station WRGR'by"the..I take place'on Saturday, ne 3, Ucbg Starke. 3tp (-S ,
: over
Station.

: 1 Jaycees as a part of .their,Radio II.II.Day' in at the Doak UP Campbell on Monday Stadium, .June 5 and, at FOR RENT-Furnished apart FOR RENT'Mrs. Clark's furnished TRAILER LAKE ,GENEVA PARK

\ If you are .i i 1ess under any name The.program.second game, scheduled 9, a. m. in the Florida Gymnasium chopping ments. Reasonable center. Phone rates.WO '.Near 2O11.r cottage.couple only.Electrical Phone kitchen.'''.1545.Single tfchg or 1 ml SE of Route Keystone 100 Hto.
I Shell on
for be between. .Johns Delivering the commencement .> caU at 111 S. Cherry St. (
3:30Yil1 on Co. Office. FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnIshed -
Oil Co-, coached by Bob Williams! address at Gainesville will be tfchgHASTINGS bouse. Newly decorated Apply ,
Florida Senator George A. Smath- Smith DeVoe 540 W. Adklns, .. f
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other thany''outo this and Tommy. Cbason, and Florida! phone 4-3m.. ltP
ana nave noi nao name Pest Control. coached; by Jimmy- : efs. and in Tallahassee Dr. Glenn MATTRESS ;4 Sales I

.' T: .Seaborg chairman of the & UPHOLSTERY WORKS FOR SALE GERMAN Shepherddog.
; 4. : i Rowe and Bill CogdilLThe Male f month old. f i. Contact Parts I
Midget League is sponsored I Atomic Energy Commission, will 710 Lemon St. PaJ Ooi Mrs. Garnet Studer C miles southof ..

'properly ad dvertittjaregiStered$ we will be annually for boys 10 to'12 years I deliver the address.Singing Furniture Repaired, Upholstered Starke. HO 8-2836. Itp Service r

of by the Jaycees as .community
age .: & Refinished WANTED FOUR LADIES to sell --- I
!, ... i .. -r..t" !. .. ,. '' '' '" project Admission- the Beauty Counselor Cosmetics In I COLUMBIA SAW CO.
ConventionTo MATTRESSES REBUILT Starke Waldo and Kingsley Lake ,.
games' is free. Areas. Contact Sandra Green ,n. Lake City Fla. .
!giadtoveyoinyiflfoflIJallas' ; to The Jaycees and 'the various Meet SundayThe New Innersprings, 1191. ItcbgWANTED I f
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,' .. : rponsors of the teams encourage and Box Spring( CURB GIRL. Tuck's I FOR SALE plniBf;. table and
i. ":v."J. r' everyone to come out for the! Bradford-Union Singing Drop U* a Card or..Can Drive-la. Apply in person. lip i chairs electric .toY'... Reasonable.
Mrs.
; > I Ruth Sewers, It$ W. Washing-.
W"atyou sho lid&-: : opening. day games and festivities.: Convention will meet Sunday at PALATKA EA 5.9168 HOUSE FOR RENT 555 West I ton. St. Up
t ; Evergreen Baptist Church near STABKE WO HIM Washington. See Mra. Lacy Conway ;
p i 549 N. Orange" 2tp 18LEAR.'l FOR RENT I bedroom unfurnished -
l..j"- : : .M. .. .. Lawtey for an all-day homecoming UBS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke house close in 12J West South
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I St Mrs.
Bertha Pearce, 9(45071.
service. Dinner will be served phone -
THE RIGHT POINT for ,thiway TO FLY-Contaet Lacy ConC -
'<< .. A- UP ,
", WA 'A1! t.t1FOR
i,t"t r yea write. ,Come ,in d'ie.Itd and a program of gospel singing fkhw* <<
oa .,1 t., to.t, ;.'f'-l"t '.I.. jour favorite CSTER &OO$ will be enjoyed. Everyone interested FOR SALE 2 bedroon house on Al- RENT -2 houses on Kingsley FOR RENT 5 room unfurnished
It tiI f' ;1 -. 'I: -L : \ ':;. is invited., ton Road. Fenced. yard. Call J<4- Lake. J. M. Slstrunk phone "4- house ,in Lawtey.- Pbona 5332141.Itchg. ,
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Franklin Tomlinson
Wayne ParrishMacel Jo Smith
Alvarez Craven James Fender David Waite
Pauley Tom Smith
Rodney Bamford Ronald Crawford Diane Firth
...... .-. ..... Fred PendarvisNeil Joy Starling Hugh Waldron
Dean Blackwell Vivian Crawford Ralph Futch : ', .. Walters
.- Terry
PhillipsBill Patricia Starling

Randall Bradley Allen CrewsMarty Sam Gardner : Senior Class Of 1961 Powell Sylvia Starling Hilda Warren

Eugene Brewer Crosby Julian Glisson Sandra Whitehead
Leonard Prevatt Eddie Starling
Edward Brown Kay Dennis Barbara Green Gene Williams
Privett Woody Strickland
George
Glinda Brown Mike Denton Joanne Green Sandra Hubbard Leslie Moss AmeliaVilliams
Charles McCullougt Charles McLeod Leatpn Matthews Russell Raulerson Kathy Struth
Mitzi Nolan
Beverly Chapman Johnny DeVore Julian Green Bobby Hutcheson Steve Williams
Linda McDaniel Alan Martin John Miller Stanley Raulerson Percy Sullivan
Wanda NorsworthySara
Jerry Chesser Larry Devrick Nathan Green Linda Hutcheson'
Lonnie Redding Wayne Swartz Gloria WilliamsonSara
.Sylvia Childs Bill, Dockstader Sidney Griffis Sue Jackson, Dewey McKinney Anne Matthews Lynda G: Moody Osborne
Thomas 0
Annette WoodburnJack
Marlene Rowe ; .
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Kay Christmas Margaret Douglas Diane. Hall Betty J. Jenkins: Donald. Page .. .
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Lane .Clark Richard. Dowling Tom Hardin Karolyn Kaufmann I Vernon,- 'Parmenter, Betty. ,'.:Salmon''. : _. .:,. .. ."f Donald Thomas' Wynn. ,
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Last Will and Testament I II ..of. ,
; Lee Cogdill Richard Dugger Kay Hart Pat LaMee '

Ellis Coleman Ray Durban Katie Lee Hicks Carol Lee ,' I .. .. I

Norma Conner' Emory EuniceGaryFarber Linda Hildebran Cecil Leach ., .. .
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"" Marion.: \ q .. ,':. ,- .. Brenda Hinsoo Steinar:Lorentzen'.. : ,.. '. .. '.i".. '. -.... .
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.. .. ,. t...-.. '. Sara Osborne do hereby he may survive as I did. .' ,. I.. . t.' "

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-. I, Billbo Powell, being of water- that I didn't have of Not-Get-
logged brain and shark-skinned ting-Caught on the Senior Class
body do hereby leave my abilityto Trip and to Janet Nichob Mrs. TOMORROWIS
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dive for quarters off a ship at May's office first period.I _

1:00: a- m. to John Adams who is John Farkas leave 100 daysof __ sN
e crazy enough to swim with school to Bernie McGee and
sharks.I William Carter because I'm sure V TODAY !

I Marjorie Lyons, leave to Gloria that they will skip the other 80. .
I Smith my ability to A's without I, Percy Sullivan leave my
having to study.I ability to do nothing and get away -*- ..xBest
Carol Lee. leave to Romesa with everything [includingthe
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friend's beau but somehow man- bert Hersey and Harry Loper.I .
age to still be friendsI Sidney Griffis, in hopes that i As start a new iz
%\ Tommy Raulerson, do hereby I they will give it WELL, leave the you
.V 'leave my ability to get though the pen that I wrote all and many '
v' I Senior year without having to excuses with to the remaiader of career we would remind

study or use one textbook to the chicken catchers.I .
\ L- L1 Charlie Torode.I Ellis [Jinks Coleman do : In today
1 Joy Starling thankfully leaveto hereby leave my ability to cut you
Carolyn Shannon my ability: to classes and not get caught to any-
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AGE TEN '- BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .THURSDAY, JUNE 1,, 1961
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Last Will% and Testament iJlankenshlp, so that she may I

# y. cultivate it to the highest extent.

[Continued From Preceiifa Page] sra 1, Tombo Smith, do hereby bequeath -
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body brave enough to try it.
qualifications.\
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Leach do hereby leave J. Richard DoWling, leave to ; fi
.my ability to stay up all night to Carolyn Pellum my beard.. I also .. : e John Adams; may he enjoy both
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MedfordShealy.. leave to the entire Junior Class : .[Continued On Next Page
v I, Frank Tomlinsoh leave : S :
my the expression Tro de Quarter?

:.position. on the B. H. S. basketball and the S. S. Florida! to "Davey :: : 4 4 T .
.team to Nat. Dankle., known i Jones."

otherwise as "Bucky,"< that he I I, Gaty Fatter,.leave )[r. Cow- i W ;

may lead the team. to.an undefeated en's Physics Classes to Robert N'F t ', y }

season. I Hall or anyone who can take it. t ,. I

i I' I, "Bob" Green, leave my ability I To all the Juniors I leave Nassau tt : I 11,1

'' i to make all A's In 5th and 6th 1 I and the deck chairs on the S. S.
I period classes without tying to I Florida. xw a kYY = .
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Jane Sule"; .Qreeiu I, Kathy Struth. .leave to any- v .
J ;Brenda Hinson, do one that wants, my famous laugh y 1 sa
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I 'geTtftng of my thousand-page novels.I .
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j she starts.smoking.I Richard Dugger leave to r "
Mike Darby'my silver starstudded -
+ David Waite. leave role
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comb: in hopes that he will ,
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'. Henry, who deserves it. II. i I
Anne Matthews do leave to t x rc .I
I, Tom. Hardin, do hereby leave Linda Thomas a box of toothpickssince : 'ME I .
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my my you cant chum gum in MissRaysor's ax z
looks and my ability to make love English; class.I .

: to great singers to Irwin Martin. Linda Gayle\ Moody, bequeathmy I. ''I

1. He needs. it. desire to party to Percy and a J I
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J leave all my sympathies to anyone keep things alive and rocking a* toe last

t that did,not make it. old B. H. S. next yea..wand is sure. Keystone Conference Football Champs 4th Consecutive YearOne ismasbatii jwr.

: I, Don Page, do hereby leave they will because they've done :a :
my ability to take nine English good job so far!n! of the scenes that will long be remembered by the graduating class of All
t courses to any one who meets the I. Sally Sink, hereby declare 1961' is this group of award winners at" the banquet climaxing :the Bradford TorTornadoes, Undefeated." Pictured, left to right: Marion Cottle Richard Dugger, !

I nadoes winning the Keystone Conferenee championship for the fourth consecutive Charles )McLeod John Miller, Tom Smith Coach Leonard Register, Ronald Craw-
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: with me'; I just won't go at all. book reports on books I've never caps of the Driver's,Ed, car Alsoji much fun as I did in my Senior behind you."

.' I. Jo Smith, being of unsound read. after having tried .for. years and! year I, Katie Lee Hicks leave day-

: $ iJ I mind and having that motherly I, Linda Cox being of windblown failing do hereby leave to Carol I I. Linaa Hopkins, leave to Mary dreaming in classes to all future KOCHDRUG

,. \-\ touch, do hereby.leave my nick- body, leave to Dorothy Ward the ability to say only Schmitt the ability to hove as,bookkeeping students.I. .

name of "Bib Mama" to anyone Savage the' ability to open all I stead of onlyest correctly.I in-I much fun in her Senior Year and Linda alcDaniei: leave- to STORE

1. \', A who wants it. classroom windows so that she I Ozell Parramore, being on the Senior Trip as I did. i Gwen Wynn my abilitv to do

1 J "t/ [7 I, Terry Walters, do hereby bequeath can breeze through her senior fairly sound mind after four years i! I, Betty JanA Salmon, do leave I everything I shouldn't and "one Starke, Fla.
1 to Jimmy Johnson my a- year of high school at B. H. S. do 1 of what I should in GymI
all this bright of and
bility to loaf at Setzer's and not I, Linda Kutcheson leave to I hereby leave to Martha Griffismy j i Ray Hope I Sara Woodburn, toeing of
be caught. I 1790 typewriter in the Short-I Happiness: "Walk toward the psychological attitude do hereby -
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tMf A\J r/1k\/\zIr\ I I. Bobby Hutcheson am leav- and wonder if they will think we hand room and the pleasure I .I I

ing my last will and testament to were only joking about them.I hump!] of typing stencils for

the wholeschool and leaving no- everybody that can't find anyone
Linda: Hildebran, being of
thing behind.I else to type them.I .
deflated and imaginative mind,
Sue Jackson, leave to Joanne Amelia Williams, leave to the
do; hereby leave to Betty Lou r
Reddish my ability to take many Juniors this thought: "You are A
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Wainwright love for 3 C's and f
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the ability to. do a little artisticWe're pt.: k Nn S\W
t ,l I not be counted absent from I, Norma Conner, leave to BylI .n.? _

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Congratulation graclsl! Teamnvrk hour. q t? Yrh ,
I, Sam Gardner leave my
"Flash" typewriter to Jimmy \
played an important part
Moore to play with as he wishes.

in your school life. Remember L.Marion Cattle being of very 3y,., t I\}>> GRADUATION
stable and sound mind and very
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Will% and Testament I person that wants it. --,perience it for themselves. J 4

I: I. John Miller do hereby leave I; Diane Firth do hereby leave ,
my brother. Richard all my techniques -I my double-clutching boots and
[Continued From Preceding Page to get through B. H. S., my,speed-shifting gloves with my I

M much as I have in the past cessful living: "Life Is like a mirror but I hope he doesnt follow; in my little blue car to any of the Jun-
four years.I it reflects all you do; look at xra footsieps. iors to take any of the many trips
Joanne Green do hereby it smiling and it will smllc back I. Kay Dennis do leave to Bar- that they would like to take that t
,leave my friends my ability to get at you." *. bara'\Blankenship the job of cap- is if they think they can get away .

,Along with people. I, Gene Wigg nL.' leave all of tain and I also leave her my bottle with. it. ... i i
I. na S I. Ronald Crawford do hereby
Dean Blackwell, leave to my Senior privileges and'worries of aspirns.
,, Marilyn Shannon my ability to to my good Buddy Wayne Marl I I, Margaret Douglas do hereby leave to any Junior that won't
'get to homeroom as the last bell Kinney.I $ leave the memory of my fundayat take'up for themselves my abilityto
stand for rights ..o matter -
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Glenn [Swampy] Harrell Crystal Lake to all the Juniors
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t' I. Hilda Warren, do hereby Russell Raulerson. and Woody since' it is very doubtful that they : wrong.i
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Seymour, John Adams; Mike Darby John Reddish -
(- from Bradford High School (Coaching the victorious TornadoesIs Ul
Dave Huree. Irvrth, Martin, Art'HolUday, Bill Phillips and Dewayne Mc-

Front"row from left to right: Tom Gardner Charles :McLeod Rae. Back row from left to right: Lynwood Walters, Leonard ) s I

Marlon Cottle, Tombo Smith Richard Duggar Sam Gardner Duggar Billy Dowling, Larry Noegel, Jimmy Dowling Ed Hall CLASS ky < a 3 1961

s'f Lee Cogdill William Silcox, and Stanley Thomas. Second row Rowan Thomas Jack McComb, KIrby Smith,., Stephen Edwards, ag i1
from left to right: Freeman Register. III. George Seeley Buster and Albert" "illiarns. Not Pictured Is Stehurr Lorentzen. OF1961tIIi'> / / z Good Forltme

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.I1"ft" memberships future leave our to "Buddy Club"{I I en from Tuck's to Hert>'s to Tommy I work or getting her hands ditty. ability 4 to flirt with my eyes and .;: I

wants them.I anyone who I Huggins in hopes that he will I, Sandra Hubbard leave my my quiet ways'to Pay Hodges. '

Gloria keep the road clear of underclassmen book on "How To Be An Excellent I, Kay Hart, leave my ability: to .. : I
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leave to or punks.I Brownie" to Cindy.Hubbard, who grow to Shirley Morrison.I :.:l !
Irvin almost Williams my ability to makean Kay Christmas being of really doesn't need"it.I : Vivian Crawford leave my \ The world needs f II j I

The finest goal It's a great day tests. passing grade on any sound mind and able body do Charles [Lumumba McLeod, bouncy walk to Barbara Carter, J new ideas. Best !I
hereby bequeath my senior privi- do hereby leave'my S. A. [Sex that is if I can get rid of it.
Is accomplished.best for the Grads of ise I Cowart Marlene Rowe. leave to Lou- leges [which she has already Appeal] and the problems of the I, Dewey McKinney. leave my of luck to all. ,:
the ability to be late I I taken advantages of] and my A's Congo to anyone who wants position as forward on the bas- You deserve all !
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best wishes. homeroom everyday and not be I'in physics that I didn't make to them.I ket ball team to Ha court Holli-
61 luck to put on the debarred list.I t
you. the honors
Sandra Susan Jackson Slade. Vernon Pannenter being of day with hopes that one day he you
leave to Whitehead Gail Andrews do, hereby I. Emory Eunice. being of unsound mind'[because of my' 12 will give me that picture of this are to receive.s x j
when sound mind and good voice do year sentence at B. H. S.] do year's basketball team that he's
I she becomes 'a senior my audi- hereby leave my ability to send hereby leave the ability to cool it been promising me for four
,I Merrill Edwards torium. at. number 115, which I "Cow Calls" into the office over to Dewayne McRae if he can use months.
Westside Gulf never got to use as a Senior.I the inter-com to Henry Harrell in !it. I, Karolyn Kaufmann, leave to H. C. Wall, Agency

City Clerk ServiceL. Bernie Sylvia Collins Starling leave to hopes that he will get his voice on I, Lenoard Prevatt leave my Elaine Harley the ability to breaas k *
the ability'to INSURANCE
pass tape and someday become a great adorable and .darling" laugh to many bell mallets and to bl
test almost being he needs the BONDS
Starke, Fla. VARNES ability "Cow-Caller. Billy And .;. bubble gum in band and get away
so badly. I. Johnny DeVore leave Betty I, Beverjy Chapman leave to with it. 200 E. Call St.
I, Mike Denton mind .
Starke, Fla. having a
I of a yard dog and having a body Lou Bradford Wainwright in the clutchesof Linda' Thomas my capability: to I, Raymond Edward Durban Inc. Starke, Fla.
High but remember
with red-bug bites do hereby bequeath never give up leave my ability to get away with"

,, I the path that I have beat- -I I shall, Leslie return Moss! do declare my I, Wanda Nbrsworthy, leave my anything to any innocent ]lookingCLASS .

parking space on on WashingtonSt. .
north of the high school( ] I -
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the most by using it. ,.A,. BRIGHT_ _

I I, Fred Penradvis bequeath my : )AS<) FIRST! STEP
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Wayne Parrish leave to
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study habits to all that need them. '
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I, It's a well September 11, as a special 1961Today
holiday to all of.the Seniors of .
I done To all our will.1961 and 62 as a measure to good I i 'you achieved

Well done. Keep I i([congratulations.GOODMAN'S I. Steinar'Lorentzen.' leave my I I an important goal and '

up Norwegian accent and way with
the good work in women to Hallie Seymour.I we, extend a handin Graduation is an exciting step:

; the years ahead.Harmon privileges, Richard of Jack skipping Wynn class leave twicea my congratulations.STUMP'S into,the world' of toi UJ1ToW.' Wecongratulate :;:

I year to the Junior Class and das o _"' "'. ',
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luck to all. they please. t you! on yniraccomglisbmentand -

Seeber D. Goodman I, Stephen Foster Willams leaveto msbyou success.
any Williams who is capableof I The Farmers Supply
1 GOODYEARTires meeting the standards of my Department Store ,
: and Batteries motto "Where there's Will-lams Starke Fla.
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: !TVyyyYv1 v.vyyyyyyyyTyyyyyyyYYYYYvYYYYYYYYYYY1 J monthly meeting. .I Ifcande Herzog.'Mrs. Rubj Wiggins :21 Seniors (i'Carol. HansenVins, |f AAAAAkAAA4AA A4AAAAAAAAGRANDIN I week. -

f There will 1 be a Vestry Meeting ani Mrs. Rose Reynolds.:

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS : at 8 p. m. in the Parish, Non-card playing gusts in-;'I To Graduate Vi Science Award ]I 'Ito; Gerry San Diego Gornto Call has, to'resume returned

Hcuse. June 7. ;i eluded. ] Mrs. A. J. Holt, Mrs. I Melrose School
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Rev. Bill Mrs.
,. By Mary K. Schaeffer I Breyfogle INch King Mrs. Chetty Haber- I "a 15-day leave with his -
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Melrose By Mrs. Rebecca
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_San .' . . .. U U U Alex ], ; Carol ,Hansen has been, announced ,- here.
AAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'L-A & Brokas attended a Camp'I,South well.ij ;fr_ $ ..
\ as the 1961 winner ofI 1 Mr. ani: Mrs. Jerry Schuman

.. CALENDAR FOR TilE WEEK Community Church Young I Wsed Planning Conference I)I Various prizes for bridge,:.;; Dr. B. R. Tilley, president of I *he Bausch & Lomb honorary i of Savannah, Ga. have been
.I I Mr. and Mrs. Ben of
Lake City Tuesday, May Loner,
on bin
Jpne 1, Thursday People meet at 7 p. m. in educational anasa. o. CP/I door unzes St. Johns River:Junior College | 'denee award at Melrose High Theressa visiting\ Mrs. Schuman's par-
were visiting
Community Church Choir -building.j :20.: | were won by Mrs. Bach-.will; deliver the commenoenwntaddrsss k k" *. !!t: ; chool. according to the prin-,here last Sunday. friends; ents, Mr. and Mrs. B'. L. Ken-

i-Practice 7:30 p. m. i iWomen's First Baptist Intermediate at. William's Catholic I Mann.. Mrs. Aiken. Mrs. Davie,' when 21, Seniors of '! 1_J, Clarence Holdsn s
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Summer League',Choir Practice 6:30: p. m. The regular monthly covered. Mrs. Hend rson. Mrs. Mick e, Melro High School receive i }: 1I In making John Herring" of Gainesville nedy.Mr. .
jish supper will be held Mon''Mrs.: M. R-hroeder. Mrs. Him- the announce spent several das last week and Mr*. Tom holly,
Bowling, Palatka, in p. m. ;i First Baptist Concord Choir I their diplomas Friday night in oient( the principal! pointed out '
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with his mother
lay evening, June 5, "at 6 p.!Mp. Mrs. VEra
Mr.V1.1Jen'u% Mrs. Gray-:the school auditorium.: The who recently purchasea a new
"''June 2, Frifiiy: I Practice, 6:20: p. m. 1 hat educators throughout the Herring!
in the recreation hall. Attjuembers : I
Rotary Club Luncheon!June 5, Monday m. 1 Icf.T an.i Mrs. Herzog. I|program. will start at 8t.p. m. : II TJ. S. recognize this award 'as! There i'home i were honored Sunday:
the was an all-day meet-
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Meeting, 12:15: Noon. Keystone Heights SchoolChildren Carol Hansen, daughter of ,'ti7J 3vJdence, of, superior scientific afternoon with a house waim-
j ;Jing of planning and beautification .
for final trged to attend. The Catholic:)/ q C"tPT "'7 Q 1"il1 1 mpptI Mrs. M. I. McPherson, is valedictorian tI; I '
school
\f Girl Scout Troop 190 meets go to I ._ iptjtude.: "It'provides
+ : appro-;, at Paran Church ing given by the ladles of
Club will hold an important;; p t on
:Tuesday June 6, at 8 in ofi the class and willgive' '
p. m. ,
after school. St. Anne's Parish i report cards. te recognition to ser.lor'otu .
I I I"ri Saturday
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of ;neeting after the supper. the Masonic H ll. with 'the the valedictory address. May 1 i iI qrandln. SJIlllllllllltllllllllllfl
House. 8:30: a. m. Final day ]i: ents with the highest '
i Mrs. J. P. Herring has
Sunday will be Communion r re-! .
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Boy Scout Troop 105, 7:30p. chool: ,,1 7pntlemen members as hosts. I|She has served as president : scholastic standing in science turned home from Gainesville -
3unday for the children W the Tp f fn. Beaten By P 'I'es j jbnvq and, secretary of the FHA, and "
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m. St. Anne's Parish House. Art Class.at Dot Newman's. subjects ,he added. 'where she' visited her daughter -
ish. to .
Pal Parents are asked 'MQ
of other junior class.
Keystone,,,as president
No school for Keystone 8 p. m.
The handsome 'med l Mrs. Lamar
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see that all children of school Cloqgh.!
Heights boys and girls. June 8, Tuesday Heights basketball team were,She was, also .a member of the
is presented at graduation in Mrs. Margaret Mrs.
age sit in the front pews reserved Stuart
"P3t n hv Belles Junior junior and senior class steering
June 3. Saturday DES Chapter 279 will meet j
for them. They will 1 .><-. tpRmj' more than 7.000 U. S. schools. E. ,J. Huston, and Mrs. J. C. : '
the Keystone Park on Mon-[committee, was editor of the
at Masonic Hall, 8 m '
Walker's Boys' bowling :: p. .. Surveys have revealed that Weeks were in Palatka last
then go to the Altar Railing .
--- ; Mav 22. After the school two and Carol Hansen
qv. i paper years '
Wednesday, June 7 gainethAlr : wish
Team: play final! roll-off game,I 'irst at Communion time. more than 30 per cent of the,.Thursday. I we
snirits the star
St. Anne's Junior ChoirPractice. were lifted\ sonevh9t. -;served on annual I ,
Palatka, in p. m. There will be no further : schoOl' winners have been encouragedby Visitors, in Grandin pver the -
when received the math
S. E. McKav treat- She & '
June 4, Sunday 345; p. m. Catechism\ Instructions for the award to follow sdenttfic we keiJ' were' Mr. and Mrs. YOU the ;
St. Anne's Senior Choir c.f all th" -bovs: of both tp"m.s|award in her sophomore year, 34'tLr ; -
this Instructions careers. They eligible S iiirley Walters of cKson'ville -
Attend your church this Fractice. 7:30 m. the children summer. *o drinks at Belote's Drug,and the science award this 3 are .'
morning. See notices else- p. will resume with the ct01'P.Qrir1'e. to compete for scientific!!' ,"Mr.-and 1pr John Tildon best
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where in this column. Prayer Group and beginning of school in Septem- year.Miss 'c. ch.oarsh.ips a.t, the tJii'versityiof
I Study, Community Church Party At Woman's Club Carolyne Dale Palm, Rochester. ; :jof I Whiter, Park, Mr. and Mrs. I :'

Picnic for members of i parsonage, 7:30: p. m. aer.. Mrs.! Everett Fox. Mrs. Herbert -Daughter of the. late..Edward: .. .I Robert Seigler and son of Pa- _.'t

Teen Agers Instruction Classof I First Baptist Church Adult For the high school children. Nelson. Mrs. Leo LeBlanc.;J. Fallin and Mrs. .Fallin, .is ? ... I Icmmdparents !atka and Mrs. Warner Wels- : And salute yoij !

St. William's and their. Choir Practice. 8:15 p. m. I attending instructions at st.William's nnd Mrs.! John RuffinJ' were:salutatorian of the class. She ,. Mr. and Mrs. H.man of Gainesville, :E: for welt| J iY
there will\ be picnic : a job
guests 2:30: p. m. 'oint hostesses at a bridge!![was Beta Club treasurer two Tallahassee.I I ,
Vestry Meeting, St. Anne'sParish nd ski activity on Sunday, "arty Mondav afternoon [ and member of the : T., Ad.ams in :'1r$. Poiothj Stokes and Good =
St. William's Choir Prac- in t thefKpvstone years. a I 'Mrs. I, : I done. luck
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House, 8 p. m. Nickleson, Mrs. ..
June 4, Lake Geneva from 2:30: k I I
Noon Heights 'junior class steering committee. ? Mrs. Sophia Schnelle ,left for
Uee. till 1:30 p. m. WqnianVlub. : 'Whitey -
8 f' Eland Mrs. V.
I Thursday, June till 6 m. Mrs. Lena Clemens + ant! Y. -
EYC p. Ice cream and cake were Her other school activities include t i $ !''NeW YpTk City the irst of this -. .-'
at St. 6:30
Anne's. : p., Crawley spent Wednesday in' .
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Duplicate Bridge Club sec- is in charge of i t
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one o'clock to 56 serving on .
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m. I rtion' II, 10 m-, Woman's invite a guest if you 'i_** Jacksonville. !i .'
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a. *uests, after which the playing the annual ani the school t4 + 4t j _J
-CIub.F !are a member of the class. Cost )gan. ,paper Student Council .reprejsentaUve 2t r )_ 4 Winners of the Duplicate Facial Hair ..j

r Community Church Choir per person will be 5Q C tlts.I First bridge prize winner;, and membership in + _; Bridge Club included the fO>

Practice. 7:30: p. in.Women's I Jacksonville Boy Scout .vR; Mrs. Gay Livingston. Mrs.j(the FHA and 4rH. Clubs. lowing: First place, :Mrs, John 9ne Forever 1 1I
I I Troops 132 ai d 41 w\sh to .a Strawn. and Mrs Albert '
Bowling League > Thomas Hawes was second-i 1 Maida Griffin, class president I i\f"iC1l\\y\\ Approved MethodsThe
thank sincerely the parishioners Spires Sec, vnd place, Mrs. Emory -
Palatka, in p. m. high winner, while Ms.' John: will welcome 'school patrons ;

to who provide tyanspgrta- Karges was third. Miss: Sally and guests attending the + Cooper and Mrs. Lucille best way to1
i We would: like to suggest tion to Mass while they were Qavje and Third place Mrs.
Mansfield was winner of graduating exercises\ Diplomas hI I ; eliminate this excess
.' ,the various! publicity chairmen encamped at GoICReaQ\ fourth Dorothy Scully and Mrs, Paley fr I
';, local organizationsthat ; prize. Consolation Will be presented by.. Principal hair problem
of -
Branch State Park. ,Bard.
irize went to Mrs. Bill Brey-Clarence HQlden. I- I 3, i: b to come In .
they contact us concerning The Choir will hold important School NewsThe 1
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schedule. So !ogle "Wild Goose" prize was, The Baccalaureate, sermon : requttfet proff- c/ -j- -
their summer rehearsal on Sunday finally Sunday Cheerleaders gave -----.aI4naI advice. ,A .
captured by Mrs. H. S. was preached last a. ?
discontinued _
many! activities have been -, afternoon, June 4, to practicethe Holloway. Bingo Prizes were night by Rev3.; R. Neal,, with Carolyn, Dale Fallizpints bake sale at the post office ', :.' ; -;; eas analysis canto -
for the summer I
I I music for the opening of won by Mrs. J. D. Henderson.Rev. M. H. Breyfogle and Rev.B. Saturday.- Proceeds will go. toward -. ;-' det uW I
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I we We Forty Hours Devotion in and Mrs. Alex Brokas. I Ray StedUqm assisting.Music -- I helping the girts at eope ith your ..,
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I Starke at St. Edward's Churchon Junior Women Assist Library!' for Jboth: occasions .wasprovided the Cheerleaders Cliitfc\\ Qoie, ; : : hair condition.
would like to have our calendar 1 .Mr. and, 4rs.[ E. A. .
I June 11.
The Junior Woman's dub by .Jeanettp Ahrano: held at Florida e.*ate V'I\tver- 4 j'Je I* no KeystoneState.
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to date. Thanks. Chester y. .
; up Altar Boys for June ,will be: of Keystone Heights held their,organist. and Carol 'Hurst pi- I i John :Strawn has returned sity in Tallahassee beginning i. Dwyer iiarg. fo1 eon-11 '
Folks! ; Bank
Thanks Lee Sutton .
I and George Allen. .
ss4t 'ast I sujtaton.EPMUND
meeting of the anist. I
season on June 4.Graduates.
II I.home after visiting his motherm
I We appreciate the commentswe June 4; David Schaeffer and Thursday, 5May 11. The main. !
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have had on our Police Herbert Nelson] Jr., June 11; business of the evening dealt; : Michigan. of 1956 from Mel-' PWYER MEMBER\ D. I. C.
and. Johnny fTTTTTTTTHTyVVfTTi i Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Henderson will hold wheir five year i '
!article. Even the policeman! ,'Jimmy Fox, ,Allen- wlth plans" to, donate a set of rose Electroloeist <
f hiTJ elf. Mr. 'Brune.: called up June 18; and David Schaeffer Encyclopedia) Americana fat ; former Junell Baldwin" of reunion the Masonic Hall jni i I ((17 Ytars Experience)

to thank us! He, too, is un-| and Herbert Nelson, June 25. Keystone High School LI-I i MELROSE i it 'pf Melrose a grand-daughter announce the born birth to Keystone Saturday nigjjt, i1J. el! 107 W Unir. Ave., GlqesvIJej$ Keystone Heights
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situation. For the Masses 'Lee
hanpv with the Tuesday brary. They to be] I 3. A follow r "
are supposcJ t their son and daukhter .la.w, picnic-will_ at -i iI Call FR 2 8089 for appointment
impedes him rather Sutton will erve on June 6; ., *
i which : he best set of reference books'available. By ..Mrs- Alice RqIhbamieraLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I head Branch.
ernI David Schaeffer June 13 Mn and Mrs. Richard Hender i iI ,.
I than making him more on ; { I r" I
I of John Allen June 20 and son. of Jacksonville.' -. -
I dent in the, performance: on ; Entertains Garden Club ,

[his duties. 'Several. .people have George Allen, June 27. The Garden 'Club Qf the.i; Mr..and.-Mrs. R. F. Simmons I Mr, and Mr J. L.. Harpe I.
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said, in effect, '"you took the Community Church N ws Lakes held th.e last, J regularly spent Tridaj: in Deland ,with spent Saturday in Jacksonville

I know you feel like it I words right out ,of my; The fifth and, sixth grade scheduled!: meeting of this season Michael Howell of Stetson I I with his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. KEystONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE

b (tim to let off steam. I mouth!" So. thanks for "them Sunday School Class of the last Tuesday at the home'-I University. .1 J. A. HarI #. .

SvsfufloithismotIrtant t ,kind words!" Community Church held a of Mrs. William Davie on Lake Babsie Moote has returned I I Mr. and Mrs. .W. H. Allen
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occasion. Good CHURCH NEWS picnic last week at Gold Head Geneva.. Mrs. Herbert. Nelson'home. after spending some time I recently visited'Mr. and Mrs. UINE.S S D IRECTORY
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!1ctarniyonsoIyou.CANDY'S' I|St. Anne's Episcopal Branch State Park. ,The group was co-hostess. with her grandparents. Mr.I. Gill. .Smith tri Jacksonville.. .

I;I j The EYC of St. Anne'3 met enjoyed themselves hiking, Mrs. M. C. Carley past,and Mrs. ,Harold Hicks, in. i A .surprise birthday party, t
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at the home of N. W. Harden- picnicking'and swimming with president of the Green Cove Tallahassee.Mr I:was- held for Glyrin Rothhammer -I I .

last their teacher, Barry Wyman, Springs Garden I. and APPLIANCE SERVICE GIFT$ TOYSChina I PACKAGE STORE
bergh on Lake. Geneva Club installed ; ,Mrs Bill Seaward I Sunday afternoon at his --
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Sunday evening. The devotion .Sr: The class members included the follostng.otIf.t9; { ,{ the i<}Jacksonville! visited:!.her par- home, .- ,

,GULF al was led by the young people. Marshall Beam, Jimmy coming year: President Mrs..lefts;I Mr.' and Mrs." W. H., Ben Odom of Azson Ga.,I: Wheeler's ServiceCo. ? Shaughanessy'sPACKAGE

I There was swimming, skiing, Wildt, Leslie Beam Glen Few Emery Cooper; Vice President.Mrs. Mar\n I visited: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. I STORE

Station boating, a of ball and a Marcia Haberstroh Johnny Fremont Tolles; Second flqjjia5o .
game Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hartsvilleof ,:Tyer, Sr. for the weekend. OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. IAJLt
Muir, Marian
Nancy. Kingsbury
out of doors. Vice President Mrs. Lawrence I
good supper Jacksonville\ visited Mrs.HartsviUe's .i COMPLETE SERVICE ON
'Davie Moore visited his CLOSED SUNDAYS
and Patsy SWeet Dana taMee ,
Heights, Fla. The Episcopal Women.of St. ; Secretary' Mrs. Lena parents, Mr. and Televisions-Automatia Wsli.era Keystone Melroee Highway
Keystone Nicklesworth, .Danny Hinck,
Anne's met.today. at the Parish Clemens; and Treasurer, Mrs. Mrs.. J.; L. Harpe. Electrical Appliances-Out- i 1-I
Becky Hayes, and Roger Smith. William Davie. -
House for their regular INSURANCE board Motors-Welding
Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Rippyare
Ladies who assisted were Prizes were awarded for the Granite 5-2401 Melro, & Pottery Greeting'' REAL ESTATE

, Mrs. Barry Wyman and Mrs. best papers written ,by members spending the weekend with|i AutoFire..Casualty.opc1s ALL Cards ._ Gifts for all occasions 1-

, McKAY AT KEYSTONEBEDFORD Bill Beam. for their flower names. Ponte Mh ?nd Vedra.Mrs Louie Badger of' and Allied Lines Serving WORK Customers GUARANTEED) since :1941? .- Free Gift Wrapgng.' 'Ej. Pete, Q'Coitnor

Four Hostesses Give Brunch Mrs. Fremont [Violet! Tolles, Reynolds Insurance Between Keystone and Me Keystone ilejghtHOME'IMRROVEMEN I HEALTOE
SAND LAKE .
LAKK 100 ft. WHITE And Card Party Mr. and Mrs. Whitey Eland I "
I first Mrs.
; .Paley [CamellIa
sandy beach good road. $3250 nicely wooded lots', 80 ft. i On Friday, May 19, four local Boyd, Second; and Mrs. Albert I and Mr. and Mrs. 1,. B. Nickle! AgencyW. ... i' REAL ESTATE'lUORTGAGES APPRAISALS

to $3300. 20% down 5 )'rs. frontage from $1930.: up. I ladies, Mrs. Sadye Lloyd, (Amaryllis] Bachmann, third.j son spent Sunday\ with Mr. and,' L. Reynolds APPLIANCES: V Keystone Heights- Phona. 4297

Mrs. V. Y. j i Ph. 2442 2701 Home RepairsALTERATIONS "
little house with IN TOWN large 2 BR, 1 Mrs. Gladys Haberstroh, Mrs., Each member brought an arrangement Crawley. 1 ",

Stout tiled bath, LR, 1>R, large Helen Pinon, and Mrs. Helen and a corsage she Mrs. W. H. Allen visited her Keystone Heights, Fla. ADDITIONS L -
enough! land for flowers and Egan entertained a I number of had CABINETS FORMICA TOPS Winifre l H.
Kitchen, Washer, dryer & made and these were all|, -- -- Redfearn's.Appliaq
a, graden along banks of a fclee, range Carport &.utility their friends at the Wo at\'s judged by Mrs. C. H. Baker of.1 I Phone Keystone 4212 CRAWFORDtal
lake. Club with a unique card party Jacksonville I' es .
real good tithing room. $11,000. Financing Beach. Winners
and brunch. The, hall. was conveniently were Mrs. Edmund APPLIANCES f HARDWARE'iaOk1YI: Iter. Estate Broker
$7500. Terms. available.S. Dwyer, HOTPOINT
arranged for the first; Mrs. Otto Murrhee I@n Lake Properties. Acreage
Washers and
second (1ond 1_ Maytag Dryers
Ranches
I ? Busineaa City
E. McKAY, REALTOR, beautifully comfort of the.decorated guests with and third.; ,and Mrs. Lena Clemens,' Zenith T V ; 'Sup ply! House Homea. Rentals

Keystone Heights: 3071, 2391, 4152 & 4151 flower arrangements made by Guests at the meeting in-, TT* SERVICE ON ALL MAKES VA ,We Take A Personal Interest
X oday cloud -'fUNQ PAINTSc4ade.
are on and the In Your
you seven
Requirementa"MIdway
Julia { Keystone Heights, 4 52
Mrs. Phone
anson. ; eluded Mrs. J X. '
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I Jolisanty ; entire cel H9ujse Paint : Keystone Heights -
After several hours of I card president of Green Cove .community .bra. es with you. .. .- teiew Resistant U411'08e! .

playing, guests were served in Springs .Garden Club Mrs. C. \Ve hope all.of your tomorrows will bea SPECIAL $145 GALLONKeygtfoe'Heights. 21
BOATS : Illway -Opei} Sunday
K OWL the Library, where the serving,, H. Williams, Mrs, John Hen- $ happy as:to(h1. Good luck_to you. '. ., .' Pbone 2741 OB 5-298J
\J tables were set up. dricks and Mrs. Jenny Carls-

I D I well alj\ ,6f Qreeji Cove I The BOAT Barn Odoms.i-jardware' I n
t Bridge guests, included; __Mrs. : :, \ .
9.\r\ Q.bG Florence Southwell, Mrs. Otha Springs, and Mrs. John Ruffinl v RESTAURANTLawrences
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Grolick. Mrs. Dell KYle Mrs;, )f Keystone Heights., On June 4 4- : : i MELROSE G3 5-2791 & Supply .' .

Gladyce Bachmann Mrs. Irene. 15, at 10:30 a. nu, .there: will ,0' / flAEDWAPAINT' Dinette

Williams, Mrs. Eva Mannering, be a special planning meeting %_ __ Cenwat. Blocks Re& Mix Shtrt Or4crs Sandwdu
S ,:''a.t the home of Mrs. Albert ,Ce 5nt
Mrs. Vest* Aiken. ,Mrs. Eloise ,- -v _:- .. Bottled'! and taught 'eersSunds
Bachmann. A number of tnelr and.Fiiel Oils
Cook Mrs, Olive Karges. vMrs. members !
_4; Tpo- Closed MondaysKttchea
Olive Stebens Mrs. Mabel' will attend the short + -.. -. l '':-J MfterService. Oei; 11 A. H-9 F. M.

SOUTH CAROLINALocated j Husbands,. Mrs., Edith ThprnQUlst. \ -course at Gainesville. June I Ic Mrcie:. fh b : 0>j 5-5421 Keystone Heights Fla.
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J20-22. ,! k-- I )'f r -_
Mrs. 'Alma .Frost Mrs! .
in the center of South Carolina is its CaP- | UMBER I
.. Happy. Hours .
J Fern Hanson Mr*. Margaret: ) Graduates I .".;:.- .
itol City, Columbia. As a result of Gen. Sherman's (LeBlanc, Mrs. Lucille Davie:Get Dlp'omas'' .I .. ,5n tebryc1oLiiber RESTAURANT DRIVE.IN I

'. artillery 1865 the State House bears the marks I Mrs. Kitty Martin, Mrs PhyKI i Tuesday rnorrdnf, ,May 23.! I I White Top Drive-in

t of battle.' Stars made of bronze marks the scars Us Hussey, Mrs. Mae Hender;.\(Commencement xerqses were I FLORIST __, Co.W u

% left in the walls, and are oj special interest to any- ;I son, and Mrs-Irene Mickle. .. UeH. the Happy Hours Play -c_ '-7 I I i I !' gpeetaiix*. in ti tos 4 Dinners QOOD PLACE, S .ndwicheq TO .EAT- I

qne wish( g to take a look. The building also housesA Canasta Guests were.; Mrs. School,which is under the direction -. : 'L :1 EdnaW Cfti Eim Length Cold Beer, Sodas

Confederate relic room which contains a historic ,I Sara McDonald Mrs. lhjBamford school of Mrs. Gordon' AthtrnTha ( I flRT41r.SEuYr -.3-- Take Out Orders

collection. The boyhood home of Woodrow 'Wilson Mrs. Dell Haynor ated inside like house eareuseL wu' decor The, '.- i' x ; I f,r- FLOWEE Cement ,lrtar Mis- Open 11 a. m.- Mldnifht

nnd the University of South Carolina is located Mrs. Margaretta Schroedej't ,bars a :yfr' |I For A Occasions. Sheet,Rock Fisherman-You Catch and
I and girls elcomed k
.the
Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder. Mrs:! yri-- fn I 'Gi -- :'c. ]Melrose Phoned OR 5-2331 3IflJ on Hyw. 21 at l\lktleburrt Oeam Well Vfa
here. Fort Jackson is wUI Cook
nearby where of our & toauied .
many audience, and( n'[ ,_ '
Beatrice L vey, Mrs. Elsie : ; I %_ L *f i Phone: BD 2St22SULtWOBK'
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L Rt 21 Between
Keystone
.ltClrld: heroes trained.TNE'KEYSTON '- *r -
war were to the
: themselves JYm s. I -JLi-
Mrs.
Stejri, Khiva Nelsoo. Mrs.
; GAS-BOVItEi3 : r; T ,Heigrtf & Meiros
Elizabeth Hunble>' 14r;. Helen :The children "ij o&lfd" th jf.denning ,4:1"L't I' ,." f'I : ,

WalleniuA Mrs. Aifre ,Dw''r. with appropriate commentary : : ,' ,' T I 1r

STATE BANK j Mrs: ue Pwyer,, Mrj. Ato The fhe td bow I: 'Keyete Cjas bo.U "K1st stop if WELL, ,_DRILLINGDRtLLIXQ..... ,"

Byron, :Mr.Ruth Qhjson.'Mrs.j they ccuH confers* ia aimpie i ': !t .t -.. Aiillwork \\' 4 IC

Marguerite Gr nqoo, Mrs.anpy Spanish aad ,dfeaJAi J mal II. .. BOU3. SERVICE .. :' 'C1i4T8 _Rs PVM1SI
l\ItMUM\ F F.DJ.C. talent for folk dancing, tap' MteReiall.Dmgs
Bendr7; Mrst Alice SIN? SERVICE.
A Friendly Bank in A 'Friendly Community Miss Cleva Carson. Mrs. Lucille )ballet, and tnm u"i 'f'1 tt I L ,: PgONg. 43J51' WINDOW 6C3EENS FBA3IES
f ; .J: -' i' MATHEWSWell
Keystone Heights, Fla. Gaunt, Mrs. Emmy Wat-; Under the direction of Mrs. i -Franchised Distributor. ofsAFGAs
Keystone) Heights, Fla. Trim Materials
son. Mrs. Lil Price. Mrs. Melba Jim Hetherington the boys i t I "' Sash Jttide To Order Drilling

Smuck Mrs. Nell Grayson. and girls sang,some cute songs.: : Keystone Heights! MELROSE GR 5-5101

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VYYYTTTYTVTVYTYYTTTYTWYKEYSTONE way a child can gain poise 3rd Sundays. :H fr vC nmun- II.-Coutr.- >Idge'* Out.-:-I*. '.tat rjoils ot Blk 2 Nat : S

and sell-COnfidence. Ver, Bratr.r4couty ..Wbt1d2 Com at NE Core! .
lonl. 9:30 4D: Williams SID .
". .p. EpIScOpI1Young > 4erst&t&ofAlxr4 U Brown CUff id 'COllee 11.51 SE% of KEU &
Wednesday May 31 Lisa '" dee.- *- .. 'I ZiotZo ot BIll % in .
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Churchmen. \ ;V. .- & *' : / '.. 'Nat" UUam. run W3SOft S

Hetherington will have her Holy laye7:30: ;1oTICrM.TQ: ': ED1TtR3 : t !6of; Hlk Sn in .. : ..Hqrue. pean. IUZ 1(5 ft for a POB. .'" .
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HIGHLIGHTS -- -W:srO&tJl 'l-0'. the esutepf A1- .Nat WIlliams thence S 50 ft. E .' : "J '... t.::, .k-.!
party-she also being .... free 1. j SD ::. Len Lennon 11.51 :.' ':i' .. .
a summer Communion. tfc--- :tfrQvvn.-dee:. ; jiSi.ti, anr beffQY,.I I loOt. 10 NWI" of . : 150 ft. N 50 ft. W"I : "'
born child. notified &n" required" to file- .y. : 150 ft to POB zz. : L'\H..Gatl j J;
A4AAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAAA: Since this is Third Wednesday '-r: Parish cUHJw' Sw5,3 De .r_ ; .: : '._ H
'P.cfe4bU: -f"
# :i .which; they .myj .- .. ; '
ldDeedkOPg : :: Lots 12. 21. 22 of
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the last day of school it willwind Covered pish Supper 6:30 'p-/ havt .aratast'saiA-estate In the' of-I|I' SOl Ex Rf\V in =' "' .' ....:.. '- Elk 2 In-R N .'.- "V"'j'. ""$-"' ">' i
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Continued lice-of '
( from Preceding Page) the ., Uf-L'ouaiy Jimse' of> Brad-1. Nat WJ1l1a.ms ,;,_ '. "!. James L
up party season for m. loril..Cotlutn'lorida"- in., the Coiirt-t; SiDf 6 \.:: ....John I ADDle. WlUiama 4.05 DowLing Add .. :;' 'Gugr'and. I
a' while.Rescue rouse ....1 atarie; .Florida- withinti.m : Bea' at SW Cor 'of : : .--- :- '___ Andrews 57 52 I

Those who will go to First Unit On Job '" The Rev. Millard-H: '- : Brey- > .Itfrtt: aLltflctarJJB nt4ia ;; the date. NWotSW%. & .. "- .. .' ., LotS2&3of1k5: : .f'ii I;

Grade next year were consi- Vicar : .: v* o-te.f.zatpgb&atIon vt this no- iru J!: a.-onC! '4 Sec'c., .... :: .;' In Uaskina : ;: WETorodeJr.. f
Members of the Clay County r031. ; ; Uce;.r1zch-'cLatM or .demand must' be lne: ijf:1I: It 'tur .'sPOB.N -' ,'l.,". .! ,... ;:: ) \
Lot
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dered as "graduating", and "*" 7 '. '.' "A" n ft. E ". t.. : ( "
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Civil Defense Rescue Unit or.rc-si.dtacf>ajid4nust..5tte p4a, e $ 209 ftto .': ttO.ft..s .' -; 'S----;: : :" ,.. Butler Crt : : .: *. Guy &J,. L AndrewsXannie ,', ., :
given diplomas. evidence. ** :: I pO$ office address .. ., t .. ..- .i '. : .. Lots S & 6 of Blk Bin ..
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Following the entertainment were called'out Saturday afternoon COM3WMT'dfftRt'fl. > .. .,. ... ifl'the'lLi1)1a.llt.' awdJ rmust be sworn ,along( :; "t'f.: .Inf'Line{ !. '. .. ,. ..:. } :. ,: ..: .:' .':, '''"0; .. Pinehurst SID. : ( Graham
.e f: ,
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coby theclaimant (
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his atentorhls,; I 1. 'j. .', 'r.. ? ,
refreshments served to Newnan's Lake outside KEYsTONE. HEIGHT. ,' : t.tp.rner. or=:itwiU .{?jeeome void $0., tt to 'PCB? : 6 %5. : p ; Levy. Lennon .' '.".. U5 ';' : ?'* :Sanders I i';
ac .
were on .
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.. CoOt r lit Wir of .. .. .. ,. Lots . .. ,.
: : 1 through !86 -
of Gainesville to aid in thesearch Dr. AC.ttoit; Minhfef .ordi._ -1\-;.. ;': 4May .1'v.. : in 4 ; "
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the lawn outside the school- J. "If;' nil....... .( :1' swIof SW4 &: .;.... .. ". ..'" I Parkwood! sIn Export r .
for the bodies of two Mrs. L. Hetfierinrten run S'UO ft E JOI) S :: .
lots
house. ;r.. .. : A..J/.Thomas, :Jro'. "' tfpr 'i'ft 7. IS & '. '..: '
OrranM ; -.. .::,,(8I.QeorgeHPIree ,for a POD, run .. 19: conveyed to :
drowning victims. Those who .81\d Chair '"Pee.*?.- : : 4t -c :
Wednesday .R ice ft.I: z''?j!' f$. :
May 31, will beth AUQrfley :AdmiBlstratrli' ,, ".' c '. j City&CiLctsSl.: '
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last day of school at the answered the call on Saturday Sunday. School, 8:45: a. ,mtrMqrning" .- Dolly BrtwoiI, .::' i :. NI00ft.'WU'ft : ._." .. 52. 53. 54, 58 & ..-.":;4': ; -

afternoon were Ray Chance Worship, 10 a.:m. lt.PBl1ca.t.lon', DD Hay 4* 1311.Tfce .. to POB Z:3 ., .L1nftie Tyson Et AI I.UCo'm 57 ..; Lifetime. Const. Co.s 93 U7l5TO
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Happy Hours until next Sep- : 5-la .t'17. .at NW 'f'r f .. in Parkwood *$- .s -

tember.Students. Charlie McOlave, George Schaeffer SW4 of SW14 &: ."-', .. 11/J1 0 -. P' W Deyelopersi: Inc :

Have Parties and Lew Muir. While FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.' ", ,. !.' --_!.'. ..lc, .. -; : .:. ft'runE1Oft.-S11D for POB. run W ... Lot SiD 52 in Parkwood .:... <. .F .W\ Developers IIK I

these men were on the scene KEYSTONE, .HEIGHTS,. f.o ft Sloh't.E S Let'ii3 in Parkwood 76.,0 I
Wednesday Co :
r..c.flff'ilt
and Thursday of .. tr .i. 'd ; :: i
of the SO 'ft. N 100 ft to SID F W Developers, Inc
disaster, Bill Beam, I.rdtoM c"J'IOII4. : .. .. .'._ 78.70:
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last week. Debbie Reed and ,,. R. Smith pastor, 'Ralph :IB Frakate ..ft-I.i : ". ':.POB V .22 .."1'oI If! 22.,,:;,..' _"3.La' Hartley'-f.. '..,.."V.: 4.27 ."L-,tS4 in Parkwood :? '" .. : ..: .
Wally : .. ;1 : "
Donna O'Neil, students at the Muhlhofer. and Jack .. In:Rer .Jltal or... ;.. ,,' : .1.' "aj-'i. ? "t SH of SF:: <:", S/D *- .,F; W 'Developers, Ihc.j 76 ,0 I
Haberstroh in Copeland, Minister. M>icicand, '$? ,i-. 'of .SWV of SW 4 2 1 .5 :Z...,. IL. C A Crum 5.S2 Lot 56 :
were in
Keystone "shJ .
Parkwood
Happy Hours Play School. cele- ,.. .- : Zc.fl..S4ZoalID: ; s": nr t, 1XE ..,t. -- -. -. .. \: >:
: ;. klto
church
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or anist. as8.Saion SID
Deceaced. .,. IF.: .Ievelopers, Inc. 76 70
working .
the .
on communications I 1. of .
brated their birthdays with Notice, T&:.Cr.ditori'>ArtdClaimant& :. "' SWH ex par Lot 57 in Parkwood I
Services
parties end of it, getting supplies : Sunday School 9:45 5 .YOQiu aca-of OU.aw ;hereby : "ld : 22 .6.---S. 'John Williams Est :.%1 SDCom : "' -F' W'Det-elopers. Inc. ao;
at the school. These LtSof Blklln .
and being on hand incase a. 'm. Morning Worship, :10:50:: .S notified and required (ft preaent"any Bradford Hats at SW Cor of : .'. .. .":,. .
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ladies claims'and: '.
young will have birth- m. Training' Union 7:00.: deinadaw.hkb you, or S/DEx.S 110" ... Jacqueline lloorer. .% NEK of SEi run -. .'
another ; : p. m. lther( "of : mLThLVe; .. .' 3. "
emergency call you : agralafit'thestaU .. .. N .
400' -
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to
: POB. Ely .
days. during the summer ,EVdfNWU ;of" .': : -. i' ; ; .. .'r \
; came in. Evening services 8:00: :p: .nLhflcu; "of .Uen.j&m1nod'deeea4' T& icey..r.Saz> = i
months, but since school is not : '. 1atee.s&td" Coua- SE NEU ,Ex : of ( .
U Sec
line, N .
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hi' session at On Sunday morning, the are Inyited to share family Prayer ty to.,the County'JudA-of.:Bradfoi-d .. N lOa'ft.W r 28. 22 -.Marvaret: ;. Ray Colley %1.31'r 99.5' to EV '" ... ... .
that time -
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they withus. .. CountyPlorida-at h .oUrc.lza. the IS' ftvof SEU of i' ;-" "-. I
had their parties 'early. Mrs. same group was on the job ;: ... 14.: Court. HOQMStarlcesnorJda with ,..VSE.of NEU ti 6 %1., -. 1. Percy Sullivan 13.J8 Hayes SID Wely .. ,S ..' ,: :.* .. .

Adams the "School again and' this tune they had ** t Jarr.l ht'icale'ndar: '.moqiha from the Lots '8"&d of Blk C -. 637' to .H Sec line, c-'"' : j;,-... '" .. :. \

Ma'rm"advocates SIX boats to aid hi the search ST.ANNE'8 ETSCOAlL, .:. 4&tTertb. fl.tutl1ctloit of thfa \ .I 'Blandinc.SD; .'.. ... .i. S .R Johns. Jr, t' 8.73 S 13.8' to POB 32 22 ; ',.FredjjQuy'.Jones- Eat j !J I
a birthday party for ; &otee.! ; Each, .cla1.n. or demand must Lots, 1; 3 of Blk IS ": :. %. ....-'II. ,,: !
each child four from Keystone, and two CHURCH,.. KEYSTONE. .. be in1 "Inttlnc"and' must -etate. the ; I5.;W 25 ft & Ex: :: '.. ... -- i v : '. .i2SSft -. Com at SECor of .f o ;, .'. 1.t.' J ".
during the year place 'tff'.residence and post office of Lot linOrtr NEU, N 44 Off W :. ; : .
from .
providing the Starke, and a number of Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church 1 : addfet*:'of.tbe '...claimant-,
opportunity for fire department members had School. 9:30: a. m., '1tornI ..'I r I be'sworn to .:by;>> the 'e &imanh1ls\ Stark.,. -- .. Ca.rlI cn. .. 58.10 44 Dg W 371.99' ..:.'.-.,:.
him or her to play host or joined them. <<'pt-. >r.hl?,.aUornej..or the.sai&e LotJ.:ot Blk.'J i in..L. :: N 49DgE15O'. .;_ .. ," ,t: '.. '
Prayer andS, nnoh (1" Sl nda1, will htx>aievoid" acoordteg: (' to law. T &r.Cos: SiD '. .i- Louvenla Robinson 2.55 N 40 Dff W 300' to 't" .
hostess: that However the Such feditoi. or clalmanV ", at : Hwy R/W. .:.' "::. :J., .:
on day. In this second body Holy Communion].. 6' p.m..,Episcopal P at Lot 2 of Blk 12 in L S ; Nely '
thV-'tine'of the1'ftltajr.'j: .the 'same T& Cos'J3DE'sift J.W on R/W 122.:38' E .
Robinson
discovered 4.09
was while ; '
they were < Young Churchmen. dellv..r;'': oPT of: each .claim.to th of Lot' '3 of 311.5'. S 621.85. to .,,; ..

on their way to the scene. Holy Days -- .7:30 a. m., Holy County Judge In. .coftpHaa.ce. with P'ik:151n' LT& :. Peg. 32 6 23' D Lr1 Thomas. 3S.30

"Keystone Kids" In' League Communion Sect.I ThhT n'7U.U.2nd Florida'Siatutea. 1839... Cos. S/D. --i.. -.. .Enoch Tyson 12.32: \ Lots 5 thru 10 of :: **,* .
day Mar.ldSU; X '
to ft of Lot 4 of
Gladys Tillis, Georgie Wolfe, Third Wednesday Parish R6Dry'Vh'f1.n.: Sajiea;:, Blk lSln LT& .. 5qos i!i Blk 5 in E W .
i Admi.ni5tri.tor of t55.Ute' of Hayes S/D & E% -
Mary; Hall Pat Lee, and Isabelle Covered Dish Supper. I or.1:31P. : p I BenjamlB':' Taneey1aaxon. ;, *e- SID. Alberta. Watkins. 5.36 of Magnolia St AdJ .' >

Currie are members of anew m. e.*se4. '., '" v :0,4 W' Bik# of. 23.Lot&? W 1. *2 .of of _. :: .. Ex R/W P 'L. ., Thomas.; 11 77
1 Lot
Bowling Team W.UaripB-Walton v ,- Lots 2ofBlk24 : asDese in ,
aptlynamed The Rev Millard H. DB 90-116 33 6 22 Rob.rt& Thelma Green
Breyfojle, Attorney .for" .Mmlaistrator! InL, TCos: S/D aywood Etooks 11.27 :! 2.U
"The. Keystone Kids," Vicar. ,.P. .0. BoxJCtT'" W,,. nf Lots 4 A J Lot in N E Cor of ,.

which bowls every Thursday I PounpaaoEe4ch.. ot'fi1a .' .tBlk271nLT&: ," z SQ Lot 2 In Bik J M 5 Johns 110' '. k -. / 'i. .

evening in the Business Woen's .--..yy.y..yyyyyyy?VV V.V ,,..1 *-u 4t- $-11 Cos SID . ." Frances Slocum SID James 0 McDaniel. 3.SS
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I- Williams 3.55 S
m Summer League at TAX CeilECTOE WABBAKT; 1 Lot in NW Oor
Lot2oflk32-inL -
Azalea Lanes in Palatka. Wehope MELROSE. i ALpAcwNTx'fLqflIJA.: T- 4';'Cos'S/D.. Walter: Cummings .. 2.55 E Lot 220 2 of* S Blk 5 f'r" _
*" -NO.1T' .: 110' .
they do as well as MCA .. i'z Lot'3 &N 2Sftof .. W 220', N 110' To :. \- : 1'
AAALA4IAKL&&iAIAAAAAa;: C6llectDr'aWarrant 'Alachua. Lot 4 .of Elk 33 in '..' -. .. .- POP Elmer 'B. Thomas S.5S
Kay's team did last winter. County Florida'Plaintiff TJ John !, T .
Boles Ooaetructlcn Cos SID Emma Hughes' Est 12.32 W00' ofNot .'
-- .Company, 2827 .. .
Julie Walker Pam Thompson Faith Pr *byterta* N.'H ''ISt- fly, 'GaiseatilI.PIorIb.: Latl-ofElk.4SlnL .. ; SEM of NE% Ex .

,,and Jane McMurtry w remembers Cixarch, Mds Defendant OP '. :- ,' T & Cos SID John. H Hicks 1S.45 R/W 33'6 22 H >. Hartley. 161
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,. .NOtICE suzauri.: ; 'Lots 2 of Plk! 4SinL : Lot <4< of Elk 5 in i -.. ,.

P&'w J1 of the team that Sunday services-<3iureli School. Notice- Mr ->.ereiyriwrf; thai.I' P" 'T.:ft-! Cos S/D .- Sallie & 'Joe' Williams 5.84 South Gate S/D *. F.Donald. .. '.Bennett. 301
D. e44bh. "
came out second in the League 'Sheriff'! ; Bradford Woftnt1ofB1k10&S20'ofW' Com at NW Cor of .- t ; .'
-r 9-45 a.m. Horning: Worship U County. fJoridA.under and by virtne ; '" '"-.' .
.. for' Girts JE'i of NWH run .
at Azalea Lanes re- ajn. Rev..James R..Netle frjpasVtor. of a Tax. CoUectpr1 -W ut 'heretoeresauedou'tefAlabuL of.. Lot 2!Blk ,10 \ : .'. i. ; .. E840'S285'toSSide -S .:
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cently. ; < Cointy. LT',& .
Cos'
Add
of Canal for
Farmer's 21.36Lt14cifBZk19tn
( \ ,. Fl rf41, .lD.' tbtf.'EboT* styled Supply .
Last Saturday, Walker's cause,: I hive 'levied: Mpoa.:taerfol : -. : POB Cont S 135'w ,

Boy's Team played their final lowinc equipment, twit:: : f .,?. L'T & Cos Add 'Edwin. Williams .4.09. Ely 356 along to Carnal Canal '. '. ., .. .
Lots13..1ofB1k .
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TRINITY EPISCOPAL v one (1) F-600 Ford 'truck, with 380' to'POEt 33" 22 McQueen 7.11
ro ll-off 24 in L T&CosMd
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they .
game thought] nobody -on 'bed..Color. '''e1low.:HSO: .
and came out CHUBCH tfELROSE Flat license 11- CA -4M.' '. .'-- ,' f Lester J Preyatt: 14.63 CornatNWCOrOf .- ... ". ;
on top in .. -. .
the < 'One ;(!) lejto* FQr4.uuck. with Lots 5.-1.7, 8.-*. 24- ;"" : i SVof NW4. .: -=

Boys' League-but unfortunately Sondays it %. mv, :c urciSchool. urge tank on. bed Tar No.-13J4 Fla.: of-Pjk 31 in. LT. ... -. .. run S 506' for I, .

ThaNks 11:15 11 C/V-U' .EnftaejJNcu: 2S7M.. j-: :. Cos"Add' Edwin Williams ; 72.57 POD S 358', E -
someone didn't sun.. JLIorainj'Prayer : .
figure a One Lots'. .' 510.6 to RR R/W S
'Caterpillar arrad.ec,' color % & 3 of Blk 2 ; .. : ; -.' .
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handicap right. So this Saturday and Sermon' (ittrst fluaday yel-lowN792&O.-; I -Ex Rd'Jn Highway ..- N o1Jt1/5g .

they 'have Holy Communion)..6>.ut Hpiseoi On* fl),"'O&tepnll ''crawler color, Addition Robert. G Green 40.13 W $3 I 22 Eva.. Albert. Harrison, ht
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for one more gamepa yellow,.N
to 'Play. We wish them ) Young Churchmen. $ ; '.One '(I)' Di Caterpillar crawler in Peeks. Add' .. '.. r.Paul. > ne. Thomas. 31.90 NWK ofNW4&S.. .'... .. : -

Members of this team are David Holy Days ....1 Jo &. 'm'Holy 'with: blade, celot,..'yeyo.wJfo, 8U1IS02. Iot -. 2-.3' t .&' ..Rlkf .. . "- ; i, TUn.-S 361.5'. W v -- ,
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a job tOe1flCLterpillrgrder.; ; 'color 82'in J'M.ohns. : ; ". ,.i' J. 361.5 N 36f.6't E361.5".fo t
Schaeffer] Jimmy Mc- .Communion." : .> ', 4 -, __ <; ,ybv'C4., No. .SlSj lotorj!**; 7B94I. Add3.; ..**??** >,* .- Joeepa' U. Cumber 38.13 ',POB-. '' II 6 21 2H JacqueUne A Moorer It 9)

well done. Murtry, and Joe Becker. The Rev ICillard H. 'Breyfoglcar. One t "l owfBoj" ;triLtlerf C91or. ,.. : .. ., :
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y zIowU1iet; NoL\W/T.'25.Serial No NE Oor'of I r- 'w' ,r MerriU Edwards
We.,hear 'they have a men's Vi ; ::: Z1M.. : V; 4 \ '. .*, m. ; SE% oLNE.run. !; .r' -- Tax'Oollt"Ctor

f team from T. .. .. One.;(1)" .1leetrlc!; rWejder;! ",119 W-,835 ft S '330 ft City Of Starke Florida
Keystone that '
bowlson
j AMf., LlAcoin -SeriiX No,-..'A:-lin'14: UpTOP. th n-E'.UO i .
Wednesday evening' too, FIRST: METHODIST TBUECflMELROSE Onet'di! Air -* .Cotnpreieor. 'SerialA S 50..ft-1W.13( ft. : .
*. N' 217U.-l;) ':.'7fI.'XiIil: $ 3C'V : JT It'to.'POB. 2t S"3 teU"Buckles. 7.64 -
1961 but we don't know too > : : ; 6rlAs.the. .. ,._ .
to.
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about thJD./We wish someone Sunday, .:"' a. :m.; Church ., property.'or. the: *-,.anore I"" :: '- -- : J:- .1

would let us know how. School for, all- ageS.ll.: m named"defendant.:"* and that'on* the
they j ,a ; I 5) clay' r.June. l)Sl. ,. etw,en-the'1-

coP me out each week. M n1ng. .Worship 6:30 "p.'JL, ho..vrlt'of\aa.1t, namely; :eleven'f- F41TAREA: ; oSINEss. DIRECTORY 11

J.. R. KELLY Personals .Youth. Fellowship' ; ... ". clock clock) Is.U4;'j'he.t he fo aftyrnopn f: dot, ft..;and.a!:>two.tw/ly: 'O' I : IIII IIIIT

Folks who lived in Keystone Wednesday;i 7:30'P.: ra.,.Biilt o'clock-tf&nv OJt.:sal*:..4ay5A; f'l M .

Your Tax Collector d urlngthe early 1950's will Study aDd 'Prayer I south.d4or1oftbC0tUtROU8. .in i : -
.remember : .Meeting ; Pradford! o6nt \Fl rlcl 'I.wtn'of. I1 1U.__ r'; .
little Doris Siprelle Rev:'Ted Springer. 'Fasto fer f9r saje -and i seW t4 the highest I; F- -S : :: = :: .

Starke Fla. daughter of Mr. bidder for'c ihrin.hand: tie ab v* 'LMAM& -

and Mrs. Bill .. .. :;!'t'.. describe.prcoarty' Qf ;.aiid;' defend .' AJJTOGL SS' AUTOilAIIC ELECTRIC.. MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES ,

Siprelle, and will, probably be THE \RIOHT.POINT> f or.: th, .ant.;' o: satisfy:: *'4;t retloSheriff > -' < :

surprised, as we were, to learnthat' i.'DJRt44t8J .P.. it.; :: ,: TRANSMISSIONS .
way you write. Comet 'and.select ; : il *- Lillian's Music Store
this month sheand her ; ; r cJ.r ': : ; : ." : Elecfric Motor

husband your.) favorite ESTERBROO5: '1 "' if.b, : ..l'W: -.riifiltb-B.: .::. : J :Auto' GlassCOMPLETESTOCK ''"Gainesville Leader" Since 1933
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whose name escapes . .. ,. ., '
us. became the of. Fountain. Pcn.4TELEGBATU..r: ,i ... ,:... 't\. ,.:t.e. ..... ).l.tt.., CURVED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS I: Repair Co. KRAKAVEB WINTER-CABLE
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:.GLASSrWJn ARE ..OUR'BUSU S8 PIANOS PIANORGRAN8
first daughter after / ; OF GAINESVILLE, INC. -
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having six -
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sons. They live in Toledo, "., ,.. -' '. -\ <. '" .:of, c.! .....t"'s" "I .' .V sitfei icfA< : Door Olau .. "evice < ft. .Repa1rs-Work COMPLET?: ELECTRIC MOTOR CHORD ORGANS S159'f375
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J. 3. 4"v.: t4c:.f't'l : .r: ;'. \. ...c-\#. \""., ,/,;;.Replaced'In. Any Maki. Guaranteed {:SALES AND SERVICE Guitars Drums Sheet Music

Ohio.Mr.. and 'Mrs. William] Pinonof Notice. is hereby*-givenat t iatthi ucfWtit .ci rlW 'lU-be 'sold ". 'V.Car: "Or.-.1-. .' Lamar' PearsonAt 'Distributor of Budgets

public auction -at 1380 'p'clocHnodn; ,: lJ.th.;ttti.7- JnneM>D. WfHandle Saftey Glass New Lincoln Motors" FR 6-5931
Smith Lake have { : :
to 1961 ''
gone ; at-the
pPrr ,. City Ha.tlC'ttrot' StArke' ;
vCoaaty/
vISit. their former hometowns of Florida the.amount';duef pt?tairtjieriffi -opposite-tto Bradford?;: State'to'pay .,:the .. ,F'16-258, YS'.C8 SEEMCE S FR 2-8318 112 8. E. First, Oalne8vtlIe'PTICIAN'

: of LeRoy and Lawrence, Kansas samertocether.: .. witn.ail.- >costsof*-;' v ,:V'such..) -'aI4"oi >. y:< ?fAItfit.4' '-:' .I'o:. .....t.. :. c' .. .. 13a; ... :Uai'! ". -. Gainesville 503 N. W.. -13U> .St. daioeaviUe 1030 S: MaIn Gainesville <

Lot 1 of Blk 1 in, : .' ,* :i. .. .+ .. .
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where they will attend to Green ... 4/fl.it t---'f: : ( : :" .., i__ I
Acres S/D '. '

business matters :and re- Com at"SE COrf ... ". : ,'t, : ,
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i'w ew old friendships with folks IO.J't andrunW for-a iOB" .I. ."',-. .. ..f.' .' ,:.w', '.'-.J.r".7'1"-..,. :- I-t.,... .:,, ',..'' ;-..1' .,. AUTO 'SALES SERVICE: AUTO TRIM FARM EQUIPMENT Beckum's OpticiansLseyLBeckumLO.
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i) .*. ho attend the yearly 'Memorial 105 Run ft N, S 105 105 ft ft'E; w: .. ..;. :..,. ''''i.'t-";'' .:,j .. '. /""'' <':'>:,' ::'i..I' ::;. ..:. ... ... .

Day Services and fes 105 ft. to FOl'I.: ; i. ; : I.ComatSECorof I. Rush's Tractor Co. Inc. Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repair

tivities. They expect to be '' '.. ', : : .... ..' .., ':! ."' _. Baker'Auto Trim Artificial
: .'t., .. .' ;, ,..'.- ..1.. IMPESIAL ,, Eyea-PreacrlpUona
i. T CHBTSLESPlYHOTJTH
home in early June. Sec i run W 9l5ftforaOB.run : ,,; (' ..': .
,. 1 NEW HOLLAND Filled Promptly
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.1 : VALIANT ctsToMJNTP2Jo&
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.N105ft.W.10ft, i : !\ }.:< ., .'.... ': .: ALLIS CHALMERS 22 W. University FR 6-3516
ST. 'ANNE'S S 105 ft E 218 to .'. ;. ; ,., '.i\.,. .ft.: :." '; ;.4::.'"... ; .1 Authorized Sales.PrtiServiee. :
EPISCOPAL ,
.POD' 2/ ;. -" z2'V.: :1$1 I Headliners Arm Rests HAS8ET-FERGUSON Gainesville, Fla.
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CHURCH KEYSTONE Lot' of 'Blk '2 In .; :' .. .\ i"jo..':.'. -:"l.'t. :: ;;.... .: : '- S H& ea 'PoweJ" Floor Mats Upholsterinf'
Sundays 1 -9:00:: a. m. Church Sunny Acres S/D ; '= brtaTyion, : 5 ; Farm Equipment And Tractor
,_ .: POWER
Lot < of Blk : in .; i "; ..;.. .. ,. .:' ; Lowest. Prices SAWS
School 9:30 a. m., Morning Sunny Acres -i i : f.:'% -'t'4n.iJn.Delt.q'; ","'': .4t7I'" ". Motor Co. 7R 3-3225' FR6-4385

Prayer and Sermon list and BegatSW COZOt "A.; p. -I" ,.. : Archer Rd. Gainesville MeCULLOCH
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NEVi of SWU run k ', : :.. _, i' : m 1021 University Ave. Gainesville
; 2-2561
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305 ft, 6eJy ;:\ .. ;'. "'. -
4J3.S ft, S 179 ft, ...' 7 ...... ."J"C :._:-.: t ... &- 264 N. Mtin. GainesvilleUsedcars312N.1fal
W S 47 ; l;: .:!.; .:' :::-.:..."' .'. ., '_.. -. NEW-USED aALE3-5EHVICB
ft to'PQB -j .. ".': .:". ::: .. GARDEN SUPPLIES
Ez-1 It in NW Oor .. i tofSv 4.: i' .. ..'..... ;
Florida
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: \ Saw Co.
75 ft N&: S by.100 f'Vf.j ." ;,':. f : ";,.L:} ..1'. .&p. 6-3100 COMJIERCIAL \

1961 Ft E & W *l t...*, v i'I'n V.... .rIeathaShingles.Pat...'': ; REFRIGERATION Johnson & Fans, Inc. FR 6-3411

Elk 1 S..0' R 1 W.' r...; t.: .' :! ". ,".'i'i.tC1OI'. -. ." -Ml.. Complete Line of 2538 N. E. 19th DrGa1neav1DtSEWING
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And best of luck ExLottnNECor : i.,.c. .. .' f ". .".' LINCOLN HEBCURTCOMETFIATRENAULT
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110' :\ 8EEDSPLANTSPERTITI7.PRS
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a1 in whatever future 150 ft .N &: S &: .... \. .\.t'..:"' )-.: '. .'.\..,-!.1- ;-r':' ',' i'; Refrigeration ; MACHINES
EU of Blk 1 A ,.< .;t, .< :-L .. '
t ; '. ;...:.. Authorized'8ale&6errtc
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S fRW&Blk' .. .. Insecticide*-Pet Supplies
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,. you may plan. : ..-. :' t.- : :1.. .. ik.- ;.
SofR1W'Ex :'''. ." ". ',. ; .. Service 'We Rent Fertilizer Singer Sewing
\ :' -j .. 1Colo.i.: Co Spreaders'
2H A in Se Cor in -' '- -:: j-- '--- :" ., --:: '. Trained MechanicsOo.d
224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR
2-0471
Teniplea'SIDaleo ex parcel. sold . 4.... ..:- '\.t. ..: ;t" :,," :p": .. ..:. .: Used Can Machine Center
'- "' ': -"''''' "' .. Gainesville Fla.
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I .D.nDB' ""3.Pg "I '.. : > .:. -" ':' .. 7_ ?,;;..: _!.' .,. Sidney. Leopold, Owner Used
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I &ExPar: 8old. J...d.'..' r''. :. '.-;,tD85Z49 .-! '. .t ....'..-'. '_.....' B rkley, Motors Ccauaerdal R riferatka_ Singer Sewing Machines

'21.' ; .. )!! ..... ...:' .11.!..ift hMoel3ts: ... 1 Afr'CMR1.nIngVrWdafre S Many One Of A Kind
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Lots 5. f'BIk13'.' .. ... ..,. ,,:. ...." '" '' I." SiArtlas At
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; LADIES WEAR
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In .X-Reno.S/D : .. .815 NJ:. Main Gainesville ,. ,,Iw.Maken
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t. 218 W.
,-'JeroyLon... Jr University
Gainesville
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Lot' ;' oX J31k U' tn: .-....,- -"' "':'._''''' .'T L. 1'0' :": .....ti-.A : .. _' .: :ot Ht: 2-8392 Cherry's _
North RthoSp.. '.. ..;_. "

Lot )' 01 Elk ,. r' tn'''. )'''j'f1.. N. ...".' ,, ',..V .; iM-t':'.",,j.:.' L '?L P rEt.Ar..s,i.. : ',_... B.-G.' Motor: Co,, Inc.; ,.HeljhtJ k-FR 67700CONCRETE. Gainesville's. Most Fashionable-
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'Lot 3-'of..Bik' .%0In" .:. ,. ". ';....'':"r.. >.v.i '.: '";.. .t..Ia...,II"r& ....Iar.:1T8,.....'-- .. ._D.... ,J'';. .;',:.!_oU. ." -- .- .- -, --r' i, 1 Address For'.Ladiw SPORTING GOODSThis .
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.N. eno:3/D I' ,.. : '" PRODUCTS:
1' ; : .:.t.. ,.: .lM.Ut-JHYl1fa.m3: .. '. .:. I : % ; ', ; DRESSES -,SUITS.- COATS
Lots'l' 7..ofBIJi'.O.'t'. t'f.t.t. I' ''i<. ;'i; .' (..t..... .,..... '-.J.,. : 1 'oLpMOII.E'cAbn1Acith : ACCESSORIES
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LotGahagan S.Reno'SiD'Bik 1 In'" : ..'t".f.' ....,: ., .;f'1T.' ''.' ....,ile.1Ja"'P.. ." 1iett.: .. _(0 9 "i!I riied. .. .. INSIST THAT AIL TOUR 105 W.. University Gainesville Area's Moat Complete Lint
A Sales
-BerTlce-Part
S/DEx -: '" -f-" .; -; ., CONC&ZTE PROD VCIS 1 ei Sporting Goods at
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LO'TID Blk 1 in. ,. ,.;, 'f.:1i' ..\. '.Le..Th._ "- _mu_ ; di_ ; FR 8731511'5S.W.Gec ARE T B' BB3T FROM ,
MEN'S
Gahafah S/D..Ex :' ;':. "if. : ,, ; ". ; -, : Gainesville WEAR Jimmie Hughes Inc.

R/W .. ,' -,.: ..":.:', : ,Aaron ,Bofley.- : ..... .I s .
Lot3ot Edwards
E'lk'ln :; : ; ;? BuildingSupply 1113 W.
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Ga1iaganS/D I ,... .' VOLKSWAGENSesServIceP&rt Silverman's University Gainesville
Lots \ .. '3-: .,. : -
1!. IS of Bik '." + Inc.
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Ye j itil friends Lot 10 of Blk "S SID In \'. :, ,!"Ire ae Hucllft', .'. ..,...'t.. ','U.6 apparel for Hen and Women SHOES .
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your I ,4 i.-t. ; .;,. .; .
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Gahagan SID ; 724 S. Main FR 2AMGalsecTiUt .
." .:; ..1.wuuGlI'. : MillerBrownMotors Our new Store next to -
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Wy mextahc ; it- Fla. Bob's
I Horida
gtlolS. Not SW Cor of .i' :.:...'.: \ -. .. '\ I '... : Inc. TheatreFORMAL Shoe Store ,

NWU. of SWU. N r:. .. .'. rd-.. .:: .t' _, 1.,,': <." .:. WEAR RENTALS Shoe for The Entire
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$ .SoH log) E EO. S 100/ : '. f..o.h: ... ':, F '. S Famfly'
W 50 To POB .23. i "$ ,;: -ttwwi.i.t'iv PR 32533OE FORTUNE FOR HEN
Com tW, E & ; -" : ., ""Y' '. .. 1: 4'.t$ D oIs.WINDOWS.. GAINESVILLE, FLA. .
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'of Sw Cor of .; .L. V. ':. :..;; ... .. '. '\ .-_....., v....-- '-.. -.: 1 Unirersity Ave. Giiatsvilla; 9 WOMEN
.'". NWIi of SWI(.. N : ,. '. : A I ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN
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250' FOR PQB. E .:: ..,'. .. -.'.... .' >! t.., 'II!
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: : Bats
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100' ..
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100', S 56' To .;- ."; oI''t. .\$ ..::' '''''' ,.: '11': ,' >-. .,:' ; Crane Motor Co. University Gainesville
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BradfordEngineering B. T. THOMAS i- I YARNS-TOYS
8S-44S Z2.. I .22WalteroWest ." LABS-ANOLIA- WINDOWS DOORS
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Mayflower
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CompanyU. Nat WlUiama.S/D. -,'. ..: :. -Wffli*.Welch '.& D.- &LUMINtIM AWNINGS JackandJffl
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Lot lie? Blk. In :. ". .' .
Co. Nat Williams SD ." Authorized Sain 8errice Palm Beach Awning :Window LOCAL AND A Complete Line of
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S. 301 South Lot 2 -of BUt 2 of : : __ .. \ :;.:'Si_ AH Jl A.WJLA.' 8eei&tt1fl3Wre
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Starffe Fla. Nat Williams SID .- 4'.... rT. t':IU c .i' '4.W 'Ccet Serrke for An Uafcu" MOVING Yarns Keedkwerk N.ties*.
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Lot I fik2Nat ;\ 1.S't..;. :. 66( B..Unrrenity,AT*. 1'R'251 Free Instructions:

. Williams SID : ..4kohs. A.). JIimba. ,fO .(" : S Pt61215$17H&thofne Storage And Gratia T JS....Games-.De&. -Het&esGaiaesviS'
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