Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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: I=OLLOW THE CROWD TOO By Coach RegisterWide ? .' ". .t: .. .

0 O Open Play Promised Fans

li For First Home Game Of Season"

Starke Merchants. Go Into Orbit With .
Outstanding "If the fans want a wide times they have sailed the Starling or Bill Jackson at dressing room themometer read back Marshall Starling as A

'' open game, they'll have. a good ball over their .opponents 96 degrees Tuesday and 93 i defensive standout in sesssions

Bargains This Weekend -- Try Starke Stores First. It Pays! opportunity to see one" BBS heads. ," RH.Four defensive changes will Wednesday. i this week at his linebackerspot

Head Football Coach Lennard Many local fans win ako be made Register said. Full- Register put his boys and said that tackle Jack

L-..__. .. Register promised tat the Tpr- see, accopdirik tri/Register/one/ back Buster Hfthes will see through thre
.. tough drills this
r --- -- ,- .. .,....,.. McComb has Unproved his
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: <;.. 5:' ; "" nadoes' first home game of of the best cauW
T v,.. "" .,. 'r'.N., '. ,, '' Jil ('o.., .11-..;. /signal ; duty at defensive end, Mac week before letting up today downfield blocking.
.. \ {: ,4 '"; .';:: "'!",Q'.:p') ... .. .. the season -this Friday."If Starke has had in,the past few Hall at middle guard, young I to rest his team before battle New Seating BlocksTo

.-.. ,' ,,'."'"'' '{.'''. ",-1.> -. it doesnt'rain we'll ears.:''A, standout as -/junior Leonard 'Dugger at corner I I averaging over two hours I provide more room In
; ,.. -'>ii'.r ,.-t.. throw a lot more than in the last '
+a ) year Martin has' already linebacker, and halfbacx John I each day.Defense. the stadium for the public

f{< ; ).f":: : ;t first two games" the.coach been picked as the/ Gainesville Adams will start on defense. i was stressed along Register said, the: student body

further stated. Preseason Sun's "Back ofthe Week" Two starters who will dress with downfield blocking and and band have been moved to

> 1<' prognosticating by coaches and' for his playt'against; Woodbine out but who will probably sit pass defense, the coach stated. the opposite side of the field

fans had the 1961 edition of Georgia.f I the game out are end DeWayne Register also said his line has to wooden bleachers. Four new

pn thfri Tornadoes passing much Tentative Starters McRae and tackle JohnnyLee. improved since the first ball sections of wood bleachers,
sro LM more than teams of the past Named in* a'; tentative starting McRae has a pulled mus- game. each with a capacity 110 will

few years. .i line-up for the first.home cle in ills back, and Lee has "They looked a lot better enable 770 students to sit on

a< 3I But so far, Register' says, game are Hallie Seymour, LE; .a bruised shoulder. In aU, 31 last week in Woodbine, but ,the opposite side of the field.

I conditions have no been too Jimmy Smith, LT; Mike Dar Tornadoes will dress for the we still have a long way to The coach also said that 318

favorable for' a passing game by, LG; Gary Kouba, C; La- first hame game. go before. the tough games reserved seats have been roped

',1. and the team has been able to dell Crews, RG; Jack McComb, Practice Good coming up with Palatka, Mon- off between the 40 yard line,
make it on the ground any- FT; and Elbert Hersey, ER.. Practice sessions this week
.. ticello Live Oak, Fernandina, of which 200 have been sold.
x : dG f % way. But the Quarterback Ir- Martin will start as have been stood Lake "
.Y .S Register City, and others, he Spectators sitting in that section
{ .' win Martin and his receivers back, John Reddish quarter-I; started, in spite of the intense will keep their. same seat

-' have looked good on the few Gardner FB: and heat. Tns coach said a said.Register singled out half- all season long, he said.

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October 25-28 Wrecker (right) hauls demolished passenger! car from .

r scene after collision with a pulpwood truck on U. S. 301 South
last Friday. The busy highway was completely blocked for

: Fair To Feature more than an hour by spilled pulpwood and the two smashed. Official- County Publication Established In 1879

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Added AttractionsAdditional Two Killed, Two Injured On 301 BBS Student t Ti, : : ;12th Straight .

attractions, to- both ribbons and money, avail- -
eluding a free act each day, a able for all. & II -t-

Shetland full dress riding pony show exhibition and by a Bradford"All monies County taken Fair in Association by the- I In Crash %With Pulpwood Truck Injured When/ ;i __ I BHS TopsVWoodbine .

toe Bradford County Sheriff's 'over expenses, will be Joyce Tanner, 15, of Nitro, I
The older
brother was dead For Second
Posse Scooter Victory
are the offing for
plowed right back into the Flips -
W. Va.. and her brother, Bobby
I on arrival at the hospital last
those who ?
the Bradford fair i '
each year, McIntire said.
; 12, were reported improving !, -1'
Friday and
I Mrs. Tanner died
County.Fair, Oct. 25.28, Rob- R
A determined
"No individual will profit- Tornado offense -
in Alachua General Hos- shortly after arrival. and Starke was out in front
ert McIntire president of the just the whole community. pital yesterday after A motor-scooter mishap! brilliantly by junior) I 7-0 after four minutes of play.
a near
Trooper Fred Sowell of the
new fair association, announ- landed a 17-year-old Bradford quarterback Irwin Martin,
In closing his outline ofprogress brush with
death last Friday. Woodbine Pushes
Florida Highway Patrol reported Back
ced yesterday. I High School student Nat '
stormed 21-0 past a big Cam-
the fair association Both children
were critically that the pulpwood Dankel, in the Camden County took the
"Through the cooperationof hospital with I; den County Hurricane team
president said: The Bradford injured in
a pulpwood truck-
being driven
by first kickoff
from Hallie
severe bruises but no broken last Friday night in Woodbine, Sey-
City, County, and Mos-
County Fair Is your fair. The auto collision 'that took the Henry
41-year-old bones Tuesday. I mour and began to 'move up-
Ga. for their 12th vic-
quito Control straight
program I success or failure of this year'scommunity lives of their orother. Leroy, Lawtey Negro, hit the rear field
have been able to fill In Starke Policeman : tory and their second of the getting yardage readily
a M..M. Jor-I
fair venture will 18, driver of the car, and their end of a Food Fair semi-truck from a Tornado line that
large area north, and east of depend upon each of the citi- mother, Mrs. Naomi Tanner,. trailer whose driver, Jessie Lee dan said the scooter apparently new season. somewhat elastic in midfield was,
the Farmers Market, which zens of our community. NQ 35. flipped over when the front Coach Lennard Register and
I of Jacksonville, had but which stretched -
; bowstring "
will make a splendid fairgrounds wheel brakes either locked or ft rE i his assistant Dave Hurst could ""
small group of people can The accident occurred on : stopped his vehicle to make a ; sflIfl t tight with th ir'
to toe
for ,the future,":.Me-|:successfully .stage. a: ,fair. ;It .U..&Highway 301, near Stal-: ., Jeft.turn.into the truck stop. were accidentally touched by ----he :findjtpomuch, ; << to>criticzein walL Aided r.twS !penanles' ...-,;, I
:InUre said* "This! year jg will take cooperation from ling's Truck Stop,just south: At the last, minute Sowell Dankel. The accident occurred |% the Tornado offense, but and the

have for the first time an adequate each and everyone"of you.' of the Santa Fe ,River bridge. said, the pulpwood truck about 3:30 p;.: m- about a .mile apre-test. of Coati. ehrtey"bo'ewlt : prepardaess using 1[f.both stressed thafthei. >team's. ... .* running ,0.( halfback
Jimmy-McCuUough the Hur9-
size. exhibit hall, 40 by "The Bradford 'County.,Faircan' The West Virginians were on driver swerved to the left, colliding inside the city limits: on We Mrs. J 'dySV .lc'on. 'oftirlJe. left, as a guinea pig. Every forewall[ had to plug up some ricanes mowed} down Tornadoes ; -
160 feet which we hope to fill their to the Raiford Road [SR 16]. home in f defensive holes with the all-
winter and
of dollars way spent surroundingStarke will be
mean'. thousands head-on with the Tan- : reached by the' survey I all tlle Way to the Starke
with fine educationaland 'l 'each year in income to in Orlando. ner car, headed south. Both The scooter, owned by sometime .nextweek.Oct9ber: 2-7. Important Palatka game loom- : 27 before they stalled.

cultural exhibits, with the our county, if properly sup ; At Alachua General Hospital vehicles were demolished, Brady McLeod skidded approximately Ing in just three weeks. The I After the Hurricane

cooperation'of Bradford Coun- ported. The'bwrdof directorstrying' yesterday Joyce's condition while the Food Fair truck had 40 feet before it Tornadoes gained 259 yards I punt

ty citizens," he'added.In Is its.utmost to give was reported as fair. She sus-I damages of only around $100. flipped over. Dankel was Defense Preparedness Survey rushing on Georgia soil last :Aubrey was downed Rabon by, Tornado quarterback signal-

addition 'to the exhibit .you a fair this year of which tained head injuries and a I The pulpwood truck driver thrown clear of the bike week and had 17 first downsto caller.Martin guided his team
hall, the 1961 fair facilities any community: could be fractured left leg in the crash.Bobby's was brought to Bradford traveling at about 30 mph, but Woodbine's 198 yards and

will include a 60 by 90 ft.I proud. Remember, the Brad- condition was described County Hospital for treatmentof landed on the hard surface of Set By Starke i iA Junior) Women 14 first downs. night to their second TD of the

livestock.. and. poultry exhibit I fordvCounty Fair is your fair. as good. His injuries included a fractured right leg, and the highway. Passers-by car Martin got his offense off
tent. ''There will also be a 60 Please try to help make it a fractures of both shock. Sowell said he would ried him to the Bradford to a fast start with a brilliant Martin helped his own cause

by 90..ft.-commercial exhibit great.fair. The grounds will shoulders and eye, head, and be charged with failure to I County Hospital. I "Civil Defense Preparedness pamphlets for the family to kickoff return U> his own 37 by skirting right end for 15

tent, and all but 10 of the 'be ready, the physical assets chest injuries. have his vehicle under control. Jordan explained that motor Survey", a joint project read and learn about preparedness and. a' 15-yard sprint on the yards on the first play and

booths In'lhis'area have already are they finestthat Bradford bikes of that model have both undertaken by the Starke in time of disaster, option to get two yards into went off tackle for 13 on the

been rented. County has 'ever known- the I For Plastic Mulch i front and rear wheel brakes.If Junior Woman's Club and aid- Mrs. JoAnn Rowe, chairman Hurricane territory. Just eight John second Reddish; then reversed for halfback

This year the fair grounds\ s .rest depends on the commun the front wheel brakes were Count of the plays later, after the Tornado 12 more.
ed the CD committee
by Bradford of the I Then on the next play Starke's
will be operf from 1:30 p. m. ity. '- ; Weather Is Maturing engaged at high speeds he I backfield had plowed 64 yards,
CD staff, ... will. reach Every Junior Women said. One member -I halfback big 210-pound fallback Rowan
25- said, it
until 10 p. ni. daily, Oct. ]! ."If have anything you would be difficult to M4 Marty Starling

28. As "a' highlight of the||t think you might make; a worthwhile Plants retain control of the scooter. home in the communitysome;. of each household will be knocked his way to paydlrt Thomas for the ,first looking time really this good
Too Fast"The
Berry '
Sheriffs Posse will time next week. asked to fill out questionaire
week the M exhibit, please contact Dankel is the son of Mr. a from four yards out Martin exploded off tackle for 36
stage a full drt>ss'riding' exhibition the Chamber "of Commerce and Mrs. N. S. Dankel of 446 Each home will. be supplied from which statistics can be kicked the first of three i
28. use of plastic mulchingon who used it last I per yards to the Woodbine three
Saturday, Oct. season, or West
on Madison
will be given Street Starke.
office and with [Continued On
you a I Pan Six)
I containing!
Clover leaf pony races will the utmost consideration. strawberries was high last contact the county agent for I fect Doints-afler-touchdown.-- --.- (-Continual- __.n__ ___ nn__. Pa_ -8- final for year and will be higher for the additional information. "If Damages Total
be held on the day Your cooperation as a citizen $125,000
.hUdren. 15 years'of age or j of the community is solicited." 1961.62 season," County AgentG. you need assistance on supplyof .
-- -- Huggins predicted yes- plastic or plants, contactus
with maximum
younger of 46 a inches; and terday.He ," Huggins urges. 24 Cars Derailed

J: for any those size pony.over 15"There years will old on be II Sistrunk's Sold present added conditions, however of weather, that "Our goal the top is to money make strawberries crop- Sunday North of Lowtev.. A

. no danger in these races since V and plants are causing some for our county. For the last Damages totaling $125,000but .. '. .... .. .. .. .
I each pony will be racing !' To D: R. Sapp difficulty in the progress of few years it has been in the no injuries were reportedby \ ,,'.,:..<'..,.::.;.,...""<...;,,.':,"i:"V.'.: "".,''.'. .'v.';(:;:Y-..::'.-H$<''_: .,... ,.' $'f:'' "'",':.' :: '-Y-Y. -- -- -- :
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the plastic mulch program : >;;. < :,. .... .. :.
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agtffost time, not competition, race with flue-cured tobacco. Seaboard Airline Railroad 1'1f. <'. )f '.'' ".. y". ..<00 > .. ... .. ... T

., ;Mclntire said Good matured growing a majority conditions of plants have Tobacco acreage is controlled, officials Sunday when 24 cars :7-B.:' ;.< .?,\9.j.. ...;. '...;'"..':>"..,'">.., ,0/:)''t.'_",,, .<<:-L':.: ... .: .:.....)9.;;_/'.j.,;......,."f. /. IJ..;t..Y.", ....'.{,'-'-.j.., .:;i.';.'." .
strawberries should take ': .
t i\ An appeal is currently bejng Of GainesvilleDempsey so were destroyed when they :'./.. .....' ,...1/...:.... ,, .f., ..... ..{..';'.. '... '.}.cl,,. ./ .... 't
ofBradford ahead of schedule, the county the lead," the County Agents x.... ,.'' ,, ."...<, .. : ';". ".'". ,......-:. '''''.y., W". .....>7. .,. Y.
to the citizens jumped track five miles north 'w' xt"
made ; .
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agent said, and it is still too d. ....': "' "..!" '."; :; .Y ,."; 4l'
Clay, and Unfcn of Lawtey.A : ": : :' : ,
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hot and too early to apply y' 'r: : v'
to Dring in their R. Sapp and wife, < 1f' : :.., :d v
Counties plastic mulching. With present broken axle, which snap- .ft;.t .t?... J 3 .. .
livestock, poultry, horticul :Margie B. Sapp of Gainesvillethis weather conditions [hot and Baby Tornadoes. ped under a load of phosphate ... <'.W .; .:..

tural, cultural and educational week purchased Sistrunk'sFeed dry], growers ,are experiencingmore I picked up in Wildwood, was ; :' ....,.t.. ..' .>-<; ,i--, $,. Y rti -
exhibits. Those with any- & Seed Store on E. Call than usual difficulty in Beat Santa Fe blamed for the 'derailment, vi.1:::: :::i; :\=, /"; ; :.;. ;.
at the fair are Street Sale of the business .w '...":to.. w
to show price /
thing getting plants to live, Huggins according to M. E. DeSha, SAL ..,,._.. .. .(< ".r
asked to contact,the Chamber. was not disclosed. : said. 12.0 InFfrst agent at Waldo- The derailedcars << \ti:..; .:),; .J-' ''';ifj -
of Commerce. office on N Mr. Sapp is, owner of the For the information of ripped up about '1,000 .. ... .
Temple Avenue- in Starke, Florida Pest Control stores in feet of track when they tooka ? v' r _-
entries will be accepted. growers who are inexperiencedin BHS's Baby j Tornadoes extended ,
where Gainesville Starke and a detour into a heavily wooded ;,'
the use of plastic Huggins their winning streak to
There will be many prizes number pf other cities hi this area between Lawtey and e y -
advised that they still have *
straight by downing .
seven '
I area. The Starke store, now Highland. Three of the demolished .
30 days in which to set plants.
Santa Fe's B-squad 12-0
located on W. Madison Street,! cars were loaded ,
FISH SUPPER "Your only caution is to be Tuesday night in their first
will move into the Sistrunk with phosphate and the remainder -
certain of. good plants. ,, 'he game of the new season.
Sat Sept. 30 building as soon as remodel- added. were empty.
The Baby Tornadoes last
ing and renovation work ie Agent M. E. McRae of1 I
6 P. M. completed. For the present,, "In one of toe. important year were undefeated in a six Gainesville said boxcars cost
discussions at our recent na gate schedule. -
both locations continue to '
I .will about $5,000 each and the
I I ... .. i serve the public. tional meeting on marketing Starke's first TD the first) track about $8 per...foot.'The.mishap .
Theressa it was pointed up that' 'pro-
i The Sistrunk property was made by a Tornado team on a
and was the secondto .
duction of specialty
crops '
II sold by Joseph M. and Edna the home field this season, -
happen because of broken '
marketing under a brand 1-T- .
S. early in the first period '- .
Sistrunk and Charles came \- -
i Community An name is coming more Into demand axle north of Lawtey in the -
1 1 and Verdie with Larry Crawford carrying
F tch.. It had
I ," Huggins said. "Brad past several months. Cars de- t.

i *. House.. *. i i operating... here about 26 years.Po11c ford County is recognized for seven-yard mall from. your pass yards from out.Phil A railed in last winter's wreck : ; -c1 : .. ::$_bI

the production of strawberries. north .of Lawtey were also
Elder to Eddie Noegel set
Adults $1 '; I e BenefitCupper With improved production the hauling phosphate. j v :1.
I score, yrx'
practices, and increased grow all
Set The wreck forced Sea-
hilf ren..50c. V '\ In marketIng Neither team was able to
er practices good -
For muster. scoring punch again board traffic between Jacksonville rr
Tonight our program, will really
until the foortii ti quarter when and Ocala to be ; .
begin to boom.he declared
I The last Police Benefit Supper "The practice Ute Tornadoes finally broke rerouted: DeSha. said emergency G
This Space Contributed under the' administration strongly recommended 'now .Is the ice, with Crawford again repairs were completedand _4 ,
:, of Mayor W. 1'. Jackson, will carrying from a yard out.The s
the of black tuulcht the first the
use plastic train,passed_ .
Weekly to PublicizeCommunity fold TO waa again_set ,UP by an
be ii
tonighUThursday] a Ing." Huggins said., '"G .K
Elder'pass,good this time for crash area About 11 p.m.Sunday -
Events by : 7;oVdock In the Garden: ;llesta'urant. who used it last year state 2S yards.- night .
lhat.they probably would not .4' ,.t '
MayorelectChittfand .
: Randal Cooed.. diaries ;Francis The train No. originated
The groW strawberries if ..
they co ,
Community "
Mrs.. tmtty- will. be not get plastic. uldsingled out three of his players,, :. In,! Miami and vu carrying .Y'yT 1.'fi_i;:
State Bank special guests on this occasion. Growers- using plastic. fat 1 Georiie'Seeiey; J iBrown. and perishables to E&itemclUes: Four of 24 Seaboard Airline 'RaHroad can derailed estimated damages to the 24 can tad 1,009 feet of track d .

The suppers have been helquarterly. d the first time this seuoll'&re.wf.to.tIJt.w r....._:Do ling:'for feeir out- Some can were chopped up oor&.of Lawtey last Sunday we. pictured above along with stroyed at $115,000.

h>A ia'. .it- ..:linePiar- :-,1 buraed. .aV tee sse.. a geettaa oLe mpIeteJJ c&ewed-cp traefc. Bafiroad officials -
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.w j!.; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Royster j Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mootyof Silver ,,Springs on Saturdayand Reedsville S. C., Mrs. Hermie t tf 100 South. Jimmy Cannon Lester
Jr. and family of Jacksonvillewere Deland and Mr. and Mrs.. Sunday. f Stevenson of Mimi and !
r Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen
Crews and Hal Y. Maines of
\ Sunday visitors of Mrs. R. M. Wynn of Orlando were Mrs. C. O. DuPuis and Mrs. 1 Ie. G. Barksdale and Mrs. Lula returned Saturday from ten Lake Butler attended funeral i Baton Lessons
T 91 W. H. Edwards and Mr. and Monday afternoon visitors of
Mott of
Harry Bassett of Alachua were ; i j, days at Fernandina Beach. services for William Carter i
Mrs. .Drew Reddish.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. .I last Wednesday visitors of Ii Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Whittle j f They had as guests last Wed- in Ray City Ga. Monday il, CLASSES BEGIN
and Mrs. Jimmy Weldon Dr. O. It. Haynes, Jr. Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Mr. .
was and family of Dunedin have nesday and Thursday Mr. afternoon. I I
and daughter and Miss Mar- OCTOBER 4TH!
GLADYS MOOTY PHQJTE BM- 631 I dove hunting m Covington : and'Mrs.;- Robert BarkS moved back to their former, and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Also Jimmy Reddish resigned I I
tha Weldon of Jacksonville Ga. over the weekend. date had_ as, Sunday dinnerguests :t I home in Saratoga Heights, ;j i. visiting thirai dining'their stay from the I i For Information Call
I Doyle E.
spent the weekend with their Conner Insurance -
I Mrs. Nelson Green District Mrs. J. W. Home and Mr. and'Mrs. Carl Stancil and ;;.were Mr. and Mrs. Max Fur- J
Miss Sara Woodburn who Mrs. John Griffin of mother Mrs. Gladys Weldon Cookie Mathews
Agency on Sept. 23 i
Secretary of the Wesleyan son fully and Mr. and Mrs.
Is attending U of 1"., will visit Ochlochnee, Ga. is spending who celebrated her birthday I I family who were occupyingthe I I I long and family, Jimmy Ha- and has accepted a position at J
Bill treed aTttie ,Uriiver sty of this weeX'wltfa tier parents; anniversary on Saturday. Service Guild will attend fie i ii James Home, Jr or Hampton Whittle home- have moved ,i zen, and Mr. and MrsGeorge PHONE IM275<

South Carolina, 1 Columbia. Mrx and Mrs &P.' Stump. Mrs. Thelma Steele of i'executive.. h, .board. .. ,meeting. ,... _at Mrs..- ... "J.,_,H.._ #..McAlhany..' k. of into their new.. .. .home... d" on'. Hfway.' i ih' I, Canova-, .and.. daughter.,. the State" Prison. .,. .... '
S. C. over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. Rhonat Sangaree of Gainesville waS! visiting" Mrs. ... .... -- .- .
and Mrs. Roger Tannerad Apalachicola tfas' visiting her W. B. Mundy over the week-

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tanner sister, Mrs; Ben Rowland
and children"" of Providence Tuesday. end.Mr, and, Mrs. Wood sin nisc

were Sunday vlsijori' of Mr. Mrs. Gi, L. Farber, Miss of f Savannahs Ga.. were'Friday Celebrating Starke'sCity Wide Dollar DaysWe

.. and Mrs. W. D. Thomas. Madge Middleton Miss Delia'I visitors of Mrs. Charlie C \'--

Ensign Kenneth 'fjrus isjstaUoned Rosenberg, Mrs. George !I Ii en.

af the Argentia,NAS in i Brown, Mrs. E. A.. Hall, Mrs. j M1SS s' Rosa' and1 Edith- are featuring one d four outstanding sales events
Newfoundlar4\ for the next Martha Bales and Mrs. A, H. I I j Moore and Mr;. E. L. Coxvishetf
two, .pent the post' Harley, all of Starke, 1 Miss lihda Cal inOamesville
years. Hej and rs.1 I
: month in i Icelan where; the Dorothy Mil&erger and Mrs. '''I' i Sunday afternoon. 3 BIt- DAYS-FE SAT. MON .. SEPT. 29; 30 OCT. 2
temperature has been 32 degrees Pansy Quidey i .of Green .CoveSprings Mr. and' Ads H. K. Davishave ;, ,
attended the District I.!;! returned from three

MT&;, W R.; Snell and Mr Three'jneetins j of the' BPV7 ,, weeks-- vacation. during which Right ra the peak of the season Carp's demonstrates their leadership by slashing prices to the bone
visited their Pfc
: and Mrs. W W. Sneli and Club'at Ponte Vedra Beachon they son
-of Daytona; Beach were Sunday. Randall"'Davis at1 Fort Sevens': oa brand-new wanted items. Here's your chance to.really save on all FIRST QUALITY merchandise!
.Mass;, acid+points of interest ;
weekend guests of. Mr. ; and .Mrs. Fannie E- Wood. Mrs. -
iff the Northeastern states.
Mrs.Fred:Snell Jennie Mae Petrie and Mrs.. I
They; also'visited in South
Mna'hd"Mrs; : W, A: Stern .Mae. Jones of Jacksonville Florida': II

,and'lllss' Louise'Stern attend spent several days this week Mr. and I .
Mrs J. H.
ed'the 'dedication and Carillon with Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. RatlIer-1 :
son' and son of G 1 I I U 1 !
recital al the Evergreen Cemetery7 Eva R1ul rson' and spent Sunday tv 7 I

'. ..in.-It bonVUle.on ti"ro ,...1.. .._on_Sunday.SUMMON. ._:_ ., I Miss.Waldo Louise were Sunday RaUlerson afternoon of their parents, Mr. arid Mrs. J. Ii;

,_, ,' R: Kelly: &
-- = visitors of Mrs. Bynum' Per- \
Miss Marc! Haynes entertained -
kins; Mrs.Perkins had as Sunday ten t
'O"4I1'U ;i friends at a dinner
evening supper ,guests, .
P rty at.her home last'Saturday -
A. MrsH.: M, Williams and son

.. .v wT.STdRKE'LA. .... .psi L: i' j.Yo Patton of Jacksonville.Mr. evening. I 1
.. I. ,Wiliiurt,-, .Wentiing_ of_ _. Palmyra .-., 1 ,
and! Mrs: T. rf yA.y n .
: ; Slade ; Pa; spent lat week1 J with [ ; J
: \ ., & TUES.QCT:1 spent .., >{ r ,
.. ; Sunday afternoon to his sister Mrs. Fred Graudon + t+ qZa a". ,
r 1'f
> s :
2. & 3 eC wMa .t + i < I
Tuesday in Tallahassee ,
visiting -
anj family. ,
: nMfIit yo : Ya :"w Y .. h' v.+:.e's. .. ,. .. .. .. .
v FEATURE their daughter, Flora; anil'attending Mrs. Avery Craig will move v+ +w+rid..ww..w..a+.ak.V'.. +Y ---JA._.,+.w..,_... A.

: ArmbVed": CommandBloody to business,..Enroute to Gainesville next week while ,l.,r'- .. .. '
-A N home tliey'visited Mrs; J. V,*. her husband goes into Army .c '{cmosE HUM on& emmOf ,
hi Baconton, Oa. service on Oct. 3tji =
: -.Battl ...At Misses LindaJKay,Sale l jean i Mr. and IDs:'K. G. Duncan FfNI u

: BeachPlus Mundy, and Mary Katherine spent the weekend with Mr.
(Cartoon Wainwright of FSU will be and Mrs. K. T. Duncan and ; Sport Shirts
home for the weekend. family in West Point Ga. t 7d Wash Frocks =
: Wit. & THTl1S. :Mrs. S. O. Truluck and' Mr. MK: and Mrs. Robbie Shallerol q

OCT. 4, & 5 I a hd"Mrs. V. A. Ch'ism of Jacksonville Starke Col. acid Mrs Jdhn I ,

DOUBLE FEATURE' and Mr. and Mrs.I Beidler of Keystone Heights,: Everyday *ef Stllef ef' 2.9' REG. 2.99 ,,
Morgan The John Truluck'1 Whee'1ingW..i and Mi.ssMa 1c Wester; of
Va. were Monday and Tuesday Gainesville spent Sunday at :; 3 t

Pirate guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tampa, visited Father Dennis:

'f V -AND- Vaughn.Mr. Murphy at St. Leo's Abbey. 3 DAYS 258
bAYS 25
: x The 39 Steps and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Dicky Edmondson attend- omr

Plus, Cartoon' I and daughter Betsy I' ing Riverside: Military ACademy 1 .1 QTY.
spent the weekend at Daytona in Gainesville; Ga.
I 1 Beach Mr. and Mrs. Henry,McCord I II Handsome new shirts in beautiful Dan River
Mr. and I
FRLSAT., OCT. 6, 7 : ;visiting Mode America top mckersl rIOt"quofi1Y woven gingham plaids, solid colors withembroidered
DOUBLE FEATURE I| Mrs.;.John M,,Miller. I of Tallahassee :spent the weekend BO qware percote futt cut and sized cofrectiy. 1: trim and many fancy pat
I I| Mr. and' Mrs: David Mont- I with Mrs. P. Dl. Fancher. Choose from a 1 Idrge i'assortment of new terns. Smart new styling, full cut with s
i Wild' Iii The ,: gcmery visIted: his parents j i Mr. and Mrs. James GrooverI I II : .. fan aDd winter styles. Sizes 8 fa 15; 12 to 2Q, long tails. Sizes S, M, I, XL.
: i ; Rev. and Mrs E. F. Montgom-it I and family have moved to+I WJ6 to 24 h, 46 to 52 and 26V4 to 32K.at 11!

Country 1 ery in Lake City on Sunday. Gainesville. ,1Mr. I ,. _.
-AND- : ,- -
j i Mr. and Mrs, A. and Mrs::Richard Jockel r
.- laST UAU1'l .
1 _
: .. {
Frontier Uprising i. and family visited relatives in have purchased the James \ WE CASH ;
i Pius artobn Shelbyville Tenn. I Groover home on Pratt StreetSaratoga Boys' BEG 1 99
: r Heights
J two weeks.. in and plan ft
to move there this weekend! 6 FREE! .,
i n LUll nhJ g, I
41 V. 1XfY 9
: Miss Clara Leaman is a GS!
I This I se son 8' l latestcoiffure I Sport Shirts
medical patient in
I ,i I .. ._ ..... _,
.1 .: : k sllhbuettadapted .I I County Mr. and'Hospital.Mrs. Bill Morar of .,. .., 'Tfeklow Price! 3 FOR ai 4'S ,

Panama, City are spending 60-90090 ttytoos. tine Kct
114u1 toe, tapered narrow beef ant Lia. 3 DAYS ONLY AT
se\'eral.da with her parents I
to your particularneeds toe. Every pair guaranteed tllwr. ,
Mrs. $$1'00 s> 16&I
: J distinctively'detailedWittf l Mr. and. and Mrs.H. A.Joe Lawson.Mr. Jordan -- sly ;it sizes 816 to .. ._, ;' g THIS LOW lCE!

: : creative styling\ and family of Lake, Butler will I %J E

move to Lakeland Oct. 7 : ,. A..;de,scfecffc rf new styles .'. tvni ea _,,"
,, .... Touches to make it both where Mr. Jordan has been .ri" S piaid< fancy >patterns! end sofids. New slip-over d
;. .. ..A, ultra fashionable, and: distinctively transferred with Liberty Rational ., % agar styles included. Permanent collar Stays, k&_
"a' t drib toflg sails. Sizes i 11 }8. .J-i .,
yours Life Insurance Co. Mrs. r -
I Jordan is the former Julia is
Y r;

.. : We, are';;pleased Mov announce that Hilnia Tanner ,Lawson Mrs.:the Lillian Ruby of Starke.Slade Johns, has Beauty joined Yi t STn Ivy League SIacD1o

: Hicks hasjoined our staff. She Has studied(t tinder shop, staff. I '
Paul Knight of Miami is
: Mr.\ .J ainey of MirijiGapbli!*,'.world renowned stylist, I visiting,his'mother, Mrs. D. &1

I Knight this week. I II o ::Yli'-26
;. and also had special training under Antonie of I lists: M. W. Lance returned!Joiuen'sDressShoes 3 DAYS

ll\toOORY months visit|
after two
Frante.. __ 4(.99'- IQ Tf.. STOCK'' HI ,,\
I with her son-in-law anddaughter New wada \i wear Gfotvfet eoWoa, fUmnels owvdines. ..,
I T-Sgt and Mrs. L., + sekctk* of brand new faR antf winttrtonptele dyteS'end Ivy styles with slim,topered legs tfsxteat' \.
: ; MORGAN'S BEAUTY SHOP I J. Richardson! in Bangor, size 1IQ ge. Better buny only 3 days at tllocs II tan season. Sizes 6 to ]8. ..

II Maine. .i to, low price*

i Mrs. W. C. Stringfellow and -
: Phone 961-8141 1209 N. Temple Ave. I .
I Mrs. Inman Green visited Mrs '

.,6 ..... .. I George, Manassa in Green f
Cove Springs last Thursday. r aUD1'-to..ftANG

: <. ANDRtWS'FRi.. SAT. Archie Green entered thei
i Navy last Thursday for fourj .

'j years service. Friends may
'I write him at: Lloyd A. Green
Q 5196392. Co. 465, USNTC. San

r v i Diego 3, Calif. liNTS-
t I S. R. Johns has joined the ,
j: Mitchell Drug Store staff. Mr. t
: :Prescriptions Are Our Specialty : _
: and: Mrs. Johns have recently '

: Your Prescriptions will be Promptly filled 1|I moved to the Mersereau home I Women S Panties I !G. 3"e YD. FAMOUS CONE A! CANHOSi' S pXSDS. _111

: in our Sparkling Clean Modern i at the corner of Bridges and:!

: .. accuracy.Each Prescription is Double Checked Pharmacy.for j'I! St.Cooper Amy Clair their of Matt Streets.Palat uncle and.a and are Lisa stayingwith aunt.Ann tl, .SELLBK 59c 'IQc 1 i3 !rot: $1 I :t:1owe1s1'1: )18 1 ,:S

/ I Mr. and Mrs. G. S- Newcomb.this Bt1utif; ( White and nine beau C "
ANDREWS"In DRUGS. t week. 2 FOR'TSe Prints, sat/?new *>*' tiM colors; also :a1-66 j V cow I O dd I
Fine 2-bar tricot, full cut witfc 9- 0 rid ketch en d Ciors ids wtta eheeki.1Ht windowpane and qp indi as, \\on9a i
Mrs. E. S. Matthews of.Or- F a patter Solid vpdoo *
1 0
Satin t
: inch crotch. Hollywood style weight, 45 1f1 odb ,
1Vinn' -Dixie Shopping Center" lando will arrive Sunday fora tab oa stress points Sizes 5-W.. W-.. 36M terse ry size. lplet' .:..:sheci .
visit with her son and
2 BOTTLES ,OF 250 EACH daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. pert I

: A irin - .. $fooBEEF E.Mrs.L. Matthews R. A. Newsom: returnedFriday :: r

from a week's visit* i
with her sister Mrs. R. E. T

.. Mathews. in Lakeland.Mr. rkasiPiiif ORIS iRiSWSkMA I
Boys' Hooded
and Mrs. Jesse New- 8et

; l Iron( & Wine ftlierfflometers $$100 Morris some visited Williams Mr.and and family Mrs.int t ,
Folkston Ga.. over the week ; VAIUIST02.49 i-I n :I DAIS ONLY

end. j I $5I I
Mrs. J. D. Stanford is visiting a > SAVE 98cfiJfh

w r r $S1| 00 i ,her father-in-law H. K '9" /
.. j Stanford in New Smyrna 177- : I** 14" fwfj, ... ut "

I Beach this week. ; 1
heood ot dyed. 'Fe art'wi
+ *
SHEAFFER'S Jamie Worley of Warner
!' : q, toils and_two roomy pot kits. .$IoiIt :::
I Bobbins, Ga..u an overnlghtguestSaturdayofhls u ; 14V4 to 17. pans'29 to 42.,'
rtridge Pelts 00: j uncle 1 .
-$1 I and aunt. Mr. and Mrs :; w Heavy cotton screen, mercerized Many assorted f y y :

Claude Crowson. wal'er handsome plaid I I
i .r repellent.Bulky + M's Dress Seeks
Sen. and Mrs. Charley E., r E1 12ozip-0ffz.ho; i1t d lining, patterns. Full cut; '.
: IfCJBBING Johns had weekend ; : _. two y REG. 39c '
as guests i easy Colorful I roomy t
r rI Mr. and'Mrs. Leroy ,Adkinson ets. Permanentcollar Fin combed' cotton 4 Pn.
Alcohol. Pts strip.e'b:' roll collar, con- ftJ $1
II _
$$100 of Tallahassee Steve Simmons )in novtltypatterns. for
: of Miami' Miss Markley ann haled. wristlets. Charcoal, stays. SIZeS sties JOto

.. ..' .. .. ,.... T Johns of Orlando\ and Wayne bb or cntelope. 6 _to. '.14. S, Mi L, XL ;> 13. 3 BATS 8&Y1
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TlJUnSDAY- SEPT. '28, 1961


Garden Club Toy Sale Set Fair President Woman's Club > office of the architect, which I I I duction which Ot ', will. not be. I
I deposit will be refunded to' fundable. re hash a: performance bond in the
Begins New. Year AH drawings ,
1 ,By Woman's Club Speaks ToHospital Exec BoardThe General Contractors submitting I specifications, regardless and of sum not less than 100 per cent
'Bona Fide Bids when drawingsand method of of the contract. Each proposal
With procurement shall
SupperThe r specifications are returned be returned to the I when submitted must be clearly
The Starke Woman's Clubis Auxiliary in good condition. l marked on' the
board of the Additional I prior to or at the time of bid cover with the
sponsoring a toy sale start- Starke complete sets of specificationsmay I opening. Bidder's name and the name of
Starke Garden Club began Woman's Club will : be obtained by I the school The
GLADYS contractors Board
MOOTY\ reserves
PHONE 964-0651 ing Saturday Oct. 7. and continuing ;Hospital and A certified or cashier's
material check the
meet j| dealers
right to
Thursday making reject
-.afternoon all
its club year with ; a or bid any or
a bond
covered i
Auxiliary met 1 J5.00 deposit executed I i bids,
every Saturday until Tuesday Oct. 5 per set at the of- !in and to waive any Infer
dish supper in the I at 3:30: clock in the fice of the architect which deposit a sum not less than 5 per, malitles.
: Christmas from 10 to 3 evening in the Episcopal cent of base
PresbyterianWomen ; a. m. : club house. |, will be refunded when the bid payable to the ; The Board of Public Instruction
Episcopal Parish
BPW PlansObservance house! Mon-1 p. m. in the club house. (: Parish house. specifications are returned in I I must of Public Instruction > of Bradford County

Hold day evening. ,. The. public is invited to. buy Mrs. R. E. Edmondson Introduced -j 1- good condition.may be Additional drawings as a guarantee accompany that each the proposal bidder I, Florida.By II. P.. MorganBuperiitendent .
The tables were decorated I[ a toy and get one free, on the guest speaker., OTi C E--. ? payment of the cost of reproGIRLSBOYS upoft. I ment will promptly to enter into agree-1 I of Public Inst
General Meeting Of BusinessVeek with garlands of coral vine opening day. :,: R. H. Mclntire. president of : REGISTER TICTITIOrS NAME TO e a'" do the work and fur- 3 t 925WAYNE'S

and late summer flowers, and I I Gifts and decorations for!(I the ;Bradford County Fair Association -i the Notice undersigned ia! hereby given that ,
The general meeting of the Final plans for the observance '. dried arrangements were also who visions! under the pro I
'I' special occasions are also ,; explained the of Chapter 20,953. Laws
Women of the First Presby- of National Business I IWomen's used effectively. 'I available. I new set up for a bigger and of register Florida. Acts of 1941, will I
terian Church was held Tues- I Mrs. Henry Raattama of La-I with the Clerk of the
Week, Oct. 1-7. were better fair and advised the: Circuit Court, in and for Brad ,"I
day night in the Sunday made by the Starke BPW Club Crosse gave an informative I the group they would have a i ford County, Florida, upon re-;.
School assembly rooms. The at its '; program selecting. drying, Council ceipt of proof of publication of il,
regular monthly meet- j choice spot for their booth. J this notice, the fictitious name'I LOOK!
executive board met at 7:30: ing on Thursday Sept. 21, at j I I and arranging materials for i 1 Circle Meetings R. E. Edmon son, adminis-'. of Sue's Poultry Farm, under i j
and approved the 1961-62 t j dried arrangements. The;. which we are engaged in busi f
the home ,
of Mrs. Dorothy I I trator of Bradford County ness at Graham, Florida. CASH
budgetAfter I Milberger in Green CoveSprings. I I pieces which were made bY!' Held TuesdayCircle I Hospital, talked' on the pro- B. T. Thomas and, his wife I o SUPERETTE

the board meeting, officers Mrs. G. L. Farber members of the club were I II posed addition' the hospital Sue Water H. Thomas, owners; 436 I i
for the new year were I judged by Mrs. Raattama and 1 of the ladies Council Starke, St. P. O. Box 1022. I, 671 W. Madison
i president conducted the meet- ; and said that it would enable i FL'I i I Phone 964-9231
Installed by Rev. Barry Van-' helpful ; of the First Christian j Dated '
j suggestions for show- : f
tag. the Auxiliary to have a hospitality -I i
Deveoter. Mrs. B. E. Costello, ing were given. Church met Tuesday morning' A. D. 1961 at Starke, iI I WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS
After the "Woman of thYear" e I shop and snack bar. I| Bradford County, Florida. I I
incoming president, conductedthe had been elected by a ,, Two methods of drying with Mrs. Smith Devoe. Mrs. Mrs. H. A. Bisliop, president 9-21 4t 10-12 |
remainder of the meeting. j' plant materials were discussed. : Margaret Blankenship gave!i : ICE
unanimous ballot MILK
I' ,it was decid- appointed as chairmen: Mrs. In The I
Mrs. E. M. Davis I I, the devotional. After the '' Circuit Court Of Florida I
and Mrs. -
Borax program
and meal mix 1 ,
ed to :
begin the week's activities I : P. G. Felon, Fair; Mrs. R- E. [ Elrhth Judicial Circuit In And i FREE
Carrie Ward served refresh-, by group attendance on' Sunday -,j' part borax and 5 parts corn,, luncheon was served by i i, Edmondson, Program; Penny j I t For Chancery.Bradford County, la i I Gal. Big Dip C
ments during the social hour. meal Turn flower heads the hostess. I I iI
at the upside I
church of which Hollingsworth Finance; and Elizabeth Ross Maxwell,
I she is a member-the First j I down and carefully coverwith Circle 2 met at 8 p. m. withMrs. i i> Mrs. R. L. Shailer, publicity. I fendant.Plaintiff vs. J. C. Maxwell, *De' BOG FOOD

I Methodist. Highlight of the I the mixture. Be sure to'fill Lucile Mizell. The devotional (, Mrs. Nell Garner reported NOTICE TO DEFEND !i Big New
week will all crevices. Examine after!' was conducted by, TO: J. C. Maxwell whose i
be a oanquet honoring : that the list of members for ; dence resl-I' 10 Cans Lively
i Mrs. Teresa Jordan. The and address is ,
about :
the four or five days. Drying
FloridaiTheatre "Woman of the the year book would be avail- : You are hereby notified that >! IEH
Year" at the Garden Restaurant -,;, should be complete and I hostess' served refreshments 'I soon, and Miss Hollingsworth a complaint for divorce has ,,1
Thursday night, Oct, 5.+'' colors bright in a week or so.j during the social hour. I announced she had candy for are been required filed against to you, and you i j RICE
Mrs. Elizabeth time varies with types of, Circle 3 met at 7:30: p. m. your answer serve a copy of Ii ____
Brown or
i I the members to sell. j pleading to the,
used. in the church annex. A 20 complaint on Plaintiff's\ at- PLAYHOUSEMINATURE 10-lb. BagPEACHES
of District 3, I
will be
guest I Volunteers to work at the : torneys. ADKIXS AND JENKINS i!
speaker at this event. The glycerin method: This minute song service precededthe fair booth are to call Mrs. :%4 S. W Second Avenue-,

The club agreed to assist method is used for foliage and i business session, during :, Garner and: those with donations Gainesville the original Florida answer or and file... OF ,j

the Junior Woman's Club in ',i celocia [cock's comb]; use I l which plans were made to pay V of cookies and candies| [in the office of the Clerk pleading of the ,

its effort to strengthen Civil:, one part glycerin to threeparts another check on the build i will call Mrs. Shailer. 'I' Circuit 23rd day Court of October.on or 1961.before the OUR POPULAR 4 No. 2&cans Osage

Defense by i water. Have solution ing fund. Refreshments were fail to do If you i ,
surveying! each II Mrs. George Miller announ so Judgment by de- I I
FRI. & SAT. three to five inches deep. i served by the jlostess, Mrs. R. fault will be taken against you
I building in the community for I ced that the Florida Auxiliary for the relief :I MAPLE HILL Firm, RipeBANANAS
Crush wood items English. The next meeting I demanded in the :
and 1
29 & 30 its value i complaint.
as a potential shelterin etwill convention will be held at the
them remain four days or be with Mrs. Lester Kite. | DONE AND ORDERED I C
the event of disaster. Several I Robert at'
Triple Feature Program Meyer Hotel Nov. 15- Starke, Florida. this 14th day This Wonderful
members will attend the I tit leaves begin to appear a 17. of September, 1961. j i

1st. Feature orientation meeting in the little oily at edges. Remove PTA Council Refreshments were served I, Circuit CHARLES Court A. DARBY, Clerk I, Playhouse, Will i 3 LBS.
F .. Woman's Club on October 2. from solution and allow to Holds Annual by Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr. and I Bradford County, Florida : Be On DisplayOn
41 complete the drying proceSs her committee. By Dorothy W. Fallln D. C. SweetPOTATOES
Cash Paid for Good Clean out of the water. Most foliage Instruction Night Th (SEAL) Our Lot,
monthly board
Rats. No Khakis or Wo L All and many types of flowers be held Thursday meetingwill noon ADKIXS- S. W.AND 2nd JENKINS24 Avenue I And At The Big

Cotton. Bring to Telegraph. I dry satisfactorily without borax The Bradford-Union County Oct. 5 at the Garden Restau Gainesville, Florida County Fair
Attorneys for
,, or glycerin. Simply hang, PTA Council held its secondannual I rant. Plaintiff 9-21 4t 10-12' October 25-28. 3 LBS.
I heads down in a dark, well i School of Instruction ,

SEE ventilated room until dry ) Thursday night of last week. NOTICE TO BIDDERS .
Coke Party The Board of Public Instruc '
Drying with a new but :; Presiding over the meeting tions of Bradford County, Florida -
GEORGE 8EUM 'Hi Neighbor' rather expensive chemical j i and teaching two of the class- ;! Honors Practical the, will receive sealed bids in 1 AWAY AT THE I Rib & BrisketSTEW3
i Board Room of the
silica jell is still said
i another es was Mrs. Jack Shuler of !< Board, Count Courthouse, FAIR TO SOME "
DAD Nursing C
method. The Starke,
I colors remain St. Augustine president of' Florida for furnishing t
With Jim Watson much brighter than with the District 6.Classes 'I' construct of all labor: and materials to LUCKY BOY OR -

And OnSeptember other methods out spine consider on the duties of Mrs. ,Kenneth Grider entertained I One Classroom Addition to GIRL.Register. Smoked Ham
i at a lovely CocaCola Starke High School
the price prohibitive, the PTA officers and committee Florida. Stark, 99
29 speaker said.During party Saturday afternoon I HOCKS3Sliced Ibs.
chairmen were taught by Mrs. All bids for the project will 1
from 4 to 5:30: o'clock at her be received until 2 o'clock ,
business p. iu.
session G. B. Cahoon, past State Historian Oct.
SPECIAL GUEST 3. 1961 and then Now
home at 515 South :Myrtle I publicly
plans for the year's work were >; : Mrs. Edith Cameron, opened and read in the Board I B'eefLIVER

\\REGlNAU\ )GARDNER-' FREO OAR* Geo. T. Huggins outlined and a committee. to I I State Secretarv; and Mrs. Street Parker and honoring Mrs. Donald Mrs. Ann Mc- Starke Room,, Florida.County Courthouse, 3 Ibs.
| P&U* *WM*iwRoOtIIbN assist at the Garden Club; Arthur G. Ivey International Plans and specifications and ATlaRue
JON Rae.
Mrs. Parker and Mrs.McRae general conditions, instructions
eV SNeLnoN /PRESTON STu GCS Bradford County Agri booth at the County Fair was i Relations chairman. graduated last Thurs- to Bidders, and form of proposal'i:
A panel discussion was held, may be obtained from Mr. '
Agent appointed.The I day evening from the Alachua Robert Broadfoot Jr. architect FLA. GRADE "A"
and a question and answer Corp. :
AT 645 Finance County Vocational School of 5557 Arlington Road. Jackson
2nd. Feature ; A. M. ON chairman announced i period concluded the program. Practical Nurses, where they be vile made, Florida, and all bids must,,: HENSlb.. . .
Powerful that the 1962 flower I in accordance there' 33c

Clark Gable Channel'12 arrangement calendars, are j I Wedding P8rtyEntertained received practical nurses.their licenses as t with.Two sets of specifications and 400 ,Yo Madison St.

Doris Day WFGA-TV Jacksonville available for sale to members'and '' At: Bronze pompoms and gladioli any a drawings 125.00 general may contractor be obtained making by Phone 964-8641 We Sugar Cure And! Hickor:, ,Smoke

the public. were used to advantage in deposit per set at the lI l lI .. '. .I Your .
I Pigs
INTeachers Rehearsal Dinner decorating points of interestin I I '" rp / I. ;

the party rooms. The refreshment .
t Mr .and Mrs. W. E. Bigham I table was covered
4 Pet tI Jr. entertained members of with a cutwork cloth and was Denmark's Offers Great Savings Fri.-Sat. During

s pe oAT the Thomas-Wood wedding centered with a bronze bowl

Starring: Gig Young, 1p P party with a dinner at their filled with iced Coca-Colas.

and Mamie Van Doren. I home near Brooker followingthe Around the bowl was an ar-

3rd. FeatureParamount's I t wedding rehearsal last rangement of bronze pom-

Friday night. poms and greenery. o

BigLi' I II Out of town guests includedMr. Mrs. Grider was assisted by

i and Mrs. R. A. Guest and Mrs. George Winkler, Miss

i daughters of Nashville. Ga., Carol McRae, *Mrs. Lily

) Abner Sgt- and Mrs. Les Hardee Jr. Bridges, and Mrs. Alfred

I PRIEST'SFRIDAY I of Atlanta, Ga., and Miss Brown.

II I Joan Thomas of Jacksonville., Around 35 guests called dur-

Comes Alive! i I Southside PTA ing the appointed hours. I

Starring Leslie :Parrish Peter, Palmer Stubby, I I SATURDAY SEPT. 29, 30 I:I To Meet Tuesday Donnie Celebrates Neel Come Early And Check Ou r Dollar Day Grab Table

Kaye Julie Newmar and The Southside Elementary .
Stella Stevens. I, Table Cloths j, PTA meeting will be held Fourth Year I
TECHNICOLOR : $1 i: Tuesday eveninj, Oct 3, at II I
i I 7:30: o'clock in the cafetorium- EVERY ITEM ON .
Cartoon: Minute & '/4 Man f i Donnie Neel celebrated his I II
!I The parents attendance Includes
Colorful :
I 6' Patterns I fourth birthday anniversary,
banner at the last
1 was won
SUN. MON. \ Large 54 x 72 Size Monday afternoon from 3 to j TABLE "
'I: m eetingby Mrs. J. W. !IIF"
4:30: o'clock with a party for I
4:,:, I t Shiner's first grade. All parents Table Lamps Foam Rub i
OCT. !Ii
1, 2, & 3 12 little friends. His mother.
I! are urged to attend this I
II Mrs. Donald Neel, entertained i, FIRST COME ber Throw Pillows with
: I important meeting. i Zip-
'for him at the home of her ,
The Big GambleStarring : Mrs. Kate Sheppard will I
18 x 30 Sponge Rubber I I: present a teachers' skit on mother Mrs. One Wiggins.. j.!i FIRST SERVED per Covers Ironing Board
The party was held in the' r/
p j
: Stephen Boyd, Floor Mats <-" > Magic of Safety" yard, where an attractive refreshment !' Limited Supply Pad and Cover Seta Rub J

$1 table set with .1
was :
Juliette Greco and I II i
David i ber Ioor Mats Brew
: Masters
Wayne. : DeVoes Holding a Mickey Mouse tablecloth i J -
and matching napkins and'cups. '! on all Items
Darryl F. Zanuck went to & Linoleum Remnants 11
Ireland, the south of r" : Open House For The birthday cake was ,: Each

France and West topped with caudle holders in!
Africa 1 to .: Daughter-In-Law II
film this entertaining adventure Nylon Hose I the shape of a miniature train I II

story. Filmed in Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe i I The youngsters enjoyed. i ; EXTRA SPECIAL

Cinemascope and Color 1!1are entertaining at open I cream, cake, and punch and Authorized Dealer
jbeLuxe, the film abounds \.2 Pr.Ladies' . '! house' on Sunday Oct. 1 from I were and balloons.given favors of whistles j I t '?--, )! cir-i ForSinger
beautiful $1 1'3 to 6 o'clock at their home, i ----- a
shots of Afri
,yn Neel
540 W. Adkins Street to introduce ; Mrs. was assisted by r
can terrain. I their daughter-in-i I her mother Mrs. Wiggins and:
t Cartoon: Unsung Hero : law Mrs. Smith DeVoe Jr., of:'Susan Wiggins. t "' %J rp Sewing

Fancy i Lincoln Mass.i Ij
4. i All friends and neighbors j WE HAVE A FEW MOHOGANV
WED. THURS. & U. D. C. '
FRI. Chapter p
Rayon Panties I i are invited to attend. ,I {

OCT. 4, 5, & 6 !) I To Hold First I AND BLONDE .:: MachinesALSO

Double Feature Program1st. I' I Junior Women Fall Meeting I COFFEE TABLES ,

I' Pro . ", : I
Feature I 3 $1 Discuss SurveyAt The W. T. Weeks chapter '! THAT WE CANT MATCH $ -

U. D. c. will hold its first : .

Country Music MeetingThe fall meeting Wednesday afternoon :: REGULARLY' Belts Bulbs Needles

I Children's Heavy Knit Junior Woman's Club Oct. 4. at 3:30 o'clock !':
at the home of Mrs. O. EACH And Many Other Items
will meet Monday evening I $12.95.
Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kir L.I I
Cotton Panties 3 Pr. $1 Oct. 2, at 7:30 o'clock in the -caid. I SEE US
i club house. At 8 o'clock: there: I
Take Them
I will be a Civil Defense Preparedness 1 I 4 FOR YOUR NEEDS
: Ferlin : Survey briefing RummageSale .
Husky "
'and Zsa, Zsa Gabor. ,! Plastic Cake Cover Set given by the Civil Defense 0flcials. fTo Be Held By !1 ,

$1 J The Public is'invted .to. FREE
2nd. Feature attend. Altar Society !i DELIVERY FREE DELIVERY

, will Hostesses be Mrs. for Pat the Calif evening fman,: St. Edwards Altar Society "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" .

HollywoodBarn Wood Salad Bowls 4 For $$1 I | chairman, M.s. Lennard will hold a rummage sale :

Register, Mrs. X. M. Smith.: Saturday, Oct. 7 at the former Denmark

Mrs. Lola Garbett. Mrs. Warren Nick's .Grocery. on Browne:: Furniture Co. .

DanceCartoon large TV Winkler, MrsA.. Q. street. _: .; < L. ..
Tray Tables Smith and Mrs. Bill Brown.
-$1$i The executive board meeting I,i, I ..u 'd_:" OF STARKE ..__J
: New .
Sloppy Year, Cash Paid for Good, Clean:' .
i- will be held tonight '
Rags. No Khakis Wool. An! 434-446 f
or W. Call St.
Thursday] at 8 o'clock at the Phone 9640321A
home of Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. Cotton. Bring to Teletn .'




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'The Calendar I The Myth of: ffe; t -: -

'. ,,Squa4 Sunday will be ./>b- j .U
served at the'.li: a; n;. Warship j I

September, which was designated: and effort. But.. beautif i icatioh.is. by no Service in-the; First Baptist !l .

as "Clean Up, Paint, Up, Spruce Up" means T :an empty;'investment! or,a merely >. C&UTC&Bradford this High Sunday'when'theTnmadoes 'will-:I i.

:Mohtfi, will be torn from the cal- 1 esthetic It; under they
soon project :: ; comes J be special guests of the;i Out' f Town \

endar to ,make. way for October, but heading' good business.practices and church. 'i iI Oargaina

that doesn't: mean our efforts alongthis good public relations for the commu ,Also among the honor guestsat I

line must stop, As a matter of fact, nity. this service will"be the 68member.Bradford.High : ,

such efforts should.be a,contii\ .uingpro- "First impressions often aasting School
ject, for a really thorough cannot are Band
job and. the eight Cheer.
Merchants should want to make
be.accomplished in 30 days. ; leaders. Irwin! Martin is.cap, : ,_ .. .
that transients through .J '
sure passing tain of. the Tornadoes this .?\ .; 4i ..
Z:.. We note that downtown Jacksonville the downtown area like, what they see. year and :Mike Darby is co- ,.-

along with many other towns and If what the visitors see is.dull!or dirty 1 1or (i f captairu.The. coaching staff, is \ of

dties, 4s \exPeriencinq.a, driv&rto give .otherwise unattractive they'will not headed by Lennard Register :: ,: ft f- .
the old, established; business section; want to come back. Even: homeowners' Jr., with David"Hurse.as.backfield -. How many times IjaVerypirhearcJ' or: read bQut--a.'

...more in the downtown section coach. B Team/coaches .
eye-appealing atmosphere. This shopping usually
"bargain"! offered". ,by some'biff city>store something
Charles.Francis and Ervin ._
"effort1 includes will drab store and be attracted are .
: new paint for st re'front pass up a "J.
,. that. have ,(rn>wn drab or dirty, to the one that presents a Land. Band captains:' are-Den-, :L .: that sounded "too good: to ,1iEi.i trije'; andyou found
,Ramos and Word Bessett
..-the addition of potted, plants perma- brighter appearance. with ny Elden W. Mathews as out later thai. 'V.as.exactly what it was-TOO GOODW .
rent shrubbery in front of stores and .
office buildings and : "Spruce up campaigns remind people director. ,. BE TRUE! ..

the.decoration' of of jobs that need to be,
display***. windows. in vacant' buildings.jT .haveJbeenr: put off too long. ,A; successful Cheerleader" captain- with Mrs. : Remember- coming, home. *frustrated' and: disappointed -<

In commenting on tty's con ert
fort the Journal said"All But the best i
Jacksonville city. campaignanent .
: spruce-up '
: trip to the city only tq find, out. that what soundedlike J
of this will cost moneyy and take time. spirit. of community pride. :

: I such an excellent bargain was really just "sucke
William.' Carter .
I bait** something to into,the store, where a'high-
I : getyou ,..
Barge Canal Gets Planni Funds '

ng Dies SaturdayIn I pressure,salesman could' ,wangle. you]into buying'"a more '.

"- ; expensive article that youperttapdtl i net t need' did'
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It is encouraging to not&thatSen- provide this direct water transportation :Daytona .

Mate and House conferees have!; finally ',"Congressman Matthews vigorously !, W.. 'h i (BILLY) JACKSON .. not. want H'. and could*not afford, .!; "

agreed to put $195,000 in the public supported the restoration of'the full 1 I William Carter 69. died I .' '"......,.::$0.-. .

t ..works appropriations bill for use in $195,000 for planning, as.recommended: I Saturday in a Daytona Beach : ; Jackson Transfer Co. ."..1'-- '- .-. .,.. ; ''Ft--: ; !''
is'the one that carries over into a perm- in President Kennedy's budget message. hospital after' an illness of : H. : ",,'""j-j

planning the long-proposed Florida several weeks. He had.lived in ; ,
It was a bitter disappointment to : .. ,
cross=state barge canal. Starke about 18 years, having ;
leaders in this section of Florida that t been employed as a pharmacist ;. tt
The House had cut the canal funds the moon rocket testing i laboratory went at 'several local, drug stores ': t ,

to until nine weeks when : Most all of us have had experiences.. of this kind. *" --
$50,000, but the Senate increased it to Houston, Texas instead of Green i Up ago that tjie ash ladder the that he
to $195,000 and conferees agreed'on the Cove, Springs. Now,- that the decision L he retired due to ill health- I After;figuring,up our lost time, the gasoline burned':'"upon had d j for''it' i iij Starke.was exactly same prjce "*
he W3.S.work 1g as a pharmacist /I the _trip, for lunch various PilJ :. .. -..
compromise measure Monday. Before, has been'made, however,seems more money parkingrldt,, : tJ Such instances could be.
Hi Lake Butler. repeated tjinlet all dt. tiJqt
any money is actually released, Tibwtrer important than ever that the: Cross I and! ;perhaps even a ticketfor._, .. overtime, parking! we' but. sufficient the =
again- .these'are ; to bring home # m
fits '
the bill must be approved by the state canal be constructed offering a He is survived by,, wife fopncj that our "bargain" was perhaps the mo l' .expensive .

Senate and House. much shorter and better'protected route who resides in Daytona Beach ., b4rwe had mad,.in.a,long, time. To make.patters! ; sage-the' message that big' city 'bargain's are. ,pftctn
two children. snares and delusion's aitdare. simply used to the
and / get customer
between Houston and Cape Canaveral worse, we might,.go down town the next day and, find! '
Prospects for the cross-state canal Funeral services held inside the door.
than the present route that would haveto that the article we finally purchased. in the city/ could
look somewhat brighter than have at 4i) p. m. Mo.iday' in the .' ''''''.-
they '
for In his be taken around the Florida Keys. Baptist Church at Ray City, have. been bought right here at home for less money.Of Our. hometown merchants would'n I pt dar .: tq ttsey

many years. most recent Ga., Mr. Carter's former home course, we. had "an outing" to the city-but what anexpensive such' tactics, of.courses-even if*they wanted!fo Th f.qlJJ6 e'..
Washington news letter, CongressmanBilly The great loss sustained by U. S.
i town. Burial was in the cemetery i outing! their customers are their friends and nestddGrbors. n J.I\-
Matthews reports that "With the shipping in making this same trip '
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there.Henry :: It, would be'foolish to try to trick them ih u, b
emphasis now being placed on space ex- around the Florida Keys during World k Ii Two instances of this kind have come to light in :

ploration, and with new facilities to be War II proved the value, that a cross- IiII II recent .weeks. One local man reportedi'' going tq the,cityto. something; would they did! noLn etor did npt want be+ q see., .
be back
added for this purpose at Cane Canaveral state barge canal would have. We Richarde, I :investigate what seemed( 'to be an outstanding bargain, they tion. tie next day, demanding satisa6 f

in our own state, and in Louisianaand should not wait until; another war i is Annapolis Cadet, ., j ona new car. It was advertised?for less than'l Ke had' ver' 1q

Texas, direct water transportation under' vyay before starting on this vital l i Makes, Honor' T > List i paid for.a'car of this_I fak so"he thought jt worthlpo -;, This weekend, many'of our merchan ar(f ip'J1n; ;

connecting these points is most vital. (in peace time or war time) project.Farmer's ; I i ingr into: When I he arrired_;at the..big-.cityldealers.nip1. ,he D 1 > ,.ay. : Yarues.!-real! valuea( thai ;make, our.dp dA

The Cross-Florida Barge Canal would.niereXbeen Congo Billy Matthews has' found-that' :the price quoted.was for,not. onlya'I ,, "striopedcmqdef !>> double'4y.ty, and not just,a gimmiclj\ to get', customersin

been advised by the Superintendent ," ,but was actually some:kind i of"'salesmanX* car; tp the. .stores You. ,will be doing yourself-:f To t it you

l ."._. ...... Lh__--- .- ---- I them. The objects. when opened I of the U. S. Naval t tha t jdfdnlt I, : 'even have a back seat! The better: cars: were, read tfyase! ;; a4s carefully! .make! J list of, the. itejms'".q\lf\

I II I proved to have three chest- : ArHrtwny at Annapolis that higher, of: course. nt'eq. ana,want, t en 'shoP*oqt(1 local 1 storey this weeli 4i;
II I DiaryBy ; nut-like fruits, and accordingto Midshipman Henry Ricbarde If 'do this 'and '
o will
Another f 'con scientipusly, you
man to
happened be in c
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: I our book on Florida trees !son; of-Mr. and, Mrs H, M. ; t Y:; bound to a'greertts' 'not to .
I oil' badness i was necessary spen tinural\4t\
I Sam identified as a pond Richarde, of the State Farnvhas by the price of a certain, 1 Iad.r -. '
II Sam McGarvey I II apple.'. achieved the Superintendent's .. that was apparently much"'less,than the l ladder he" money on a trip to the city to find a genuine. ,bar abr.
I I c List of. distinguished ;I hat.; recently purchased! in, Starke.t Out of! curiqsty h/: Like; the hero discovered; l1cres' sof Diamonds,": the
:fx red,fish, then Thornton land-< For the information: of midshumen for the recently: went.. .,tqinvestigate this bargafri." When he asked? for thing we aretrse3rtcKiig; | fqr,.i ia more often to, b .
I ed a.fine speckled trout..and i hunters, we learned that the completed grading period tljebargain.la4der! he wasjtoldj "Ohthats.ourpme'iad.! ; own' l backyard. Let's give it a fair trial..this.

from then on we had fun. We I hammock land: down there is To be included on this list,' der. Our,.ash ladder is somewhat higher." It turned out weekend, and'see'irthiSi'isn'ttruei6AYS .... .

were usin ,regular freshwater f loaded. this! year with deej, mea 1$ that., Midshipman; ,,
casting;,rods, and a good-sized apd turkeys. But wennot Richarde has'mahitained -a.n1 ..
I I trout will double a rod like about to go out in the woods :average of 3.3 in his academic V I

\ that into, a.pretzel* during hunting season, as :sublects in the current term:,] ,
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t trigger-happy hunters now ;had an aptitude mark of 2.95] _
Sam got.,one right up to theboata shoot first and explain later.. 'or better for the preceding':)
no rm'nOW"1insome. : when .. .
bigooe. sudden -
time and all of a,. sudrden' ; ';'broke ;; term: maintained! satisfactory
?$r it the line and got But
/ we are hoping" get progress in
turned offs I I the physical education -j
has dry.
}Jt '
away." ?xttone he got. on' down at some

time Land unless dries' that we- get out is worked, very some, fast-at.showers, this and., when to,, Sanv'took hf, had''no it close chances to,_.and'thel'I tlmdurlng'when the redfiSh: cold',are a weather fi recommended department as having by;the exemplary and Commandant wasi iuDposed ;:: CITYwIDE% DOLLAR: luSt.. WfflD), AT' l IIOMEFLORIDA .

boat, he.put the rod down and i to swarm in the river. We'd.d records in conduct
and general] .
it Is going to be on new
to .
tried pull"the
fish in by like to get a wash-tub full of deportment. ,
)ly-set.rawbenL, *** plants. j' hand: Unfortunately, he had the tasty reds to put; in our PES'FfCONTR0t GEM JEWELRY
in the excitement been care- freezer.
Could be that we are in. atypical less where heput, the-,rpd. and CARD .. '
fall drought.rbuttt' !at, in,looking around saw it disappearing -,Recent BirthsMr. 1) 4 OF THANKS BARKSDALE'S. ..

would end QuicklY if we w re1 J : over-the..other side),i .' Our. heartfelt thanks to all i. .. "" .." -, ANDREWS DRUGS- .
to get a hurricane rain. One; of the boat. He who extended v ;
grabbed for comforting S'- -
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about 'canes-they re- and Mrs. Clarence Saucer : T.HiSLADEJACKSON > :; ... '
thing it in time. then iunged.for the of Putnam Hall t pathy andjielp in our..recent 1 ;
spect'n ,' one. Esther worried!i fish, and missed that one 'too.I f the announce tragedy.: For the, beautifijlservice. 3 J: .O:
birth of f
all the ., i a daughter Janice; N : -
h" scared people ;
us ere; .- floral offerings, BUILDING:: SUPPLY ,
the East Coast and] I I I Marie, on.. Sept 23 at Doctorhospital. s .
ways up Near other kindnesses :
I noon the water got .. we are deep l .
finally) chased JFK off Cape;!! choppy, and we prudently got' .- IT grateful, ; NORTH FLO" tlbA'SUPPLYRUBY '

Code; '. back_to the river. Our bag Bradford; -) County Hospital Mrs. P. FJ Goolsby and fam-i MITCHELL''S.DRUG. STORE .; ,
f i consisted:of a lot of cats[ including = announces e ily. L
On vacation Sam is working ? the following I -.. ,.. .

on Operation.fill-in:-using fish which! one.jumped whopper'like 1, a latiy tarpon -i;..!bertha*<>;;and Mrs. John I ... : JOHNS1 BEAUTY, SHOP ;,:.. COMMUNITY STA TE BANK, of s'iAiii.
nka. the tra tlfr and 'i -, .;;; Edward: 1 f* ...
JtAtr ,
a.jack crevalle which put;! D' Raiford; a Daniel'Joseph. NOTICE "' .
varipus'Pleces'of'equipment I up "a. terrific .fight, plus the, 22.. The Board SUPPLIES +
earth all ?yer.our place trout and: the one red One. ,,. Sept. ; of of Bradford County County.Commlgsionera ,I StARKE BUILDERS. L WESTER' AUTO ASSOCIATE STOR
in the low spots. The vand. Mrs. Derrick Leroy Florida( 'wiU sell
fill. thing about fishing there: yo ; ; 'to the highest I''a
.. the!tractor' hold o AePoe, Starke a daughter. ;bdhr.'at'1I:08 A. M.. on Mon.
:n ; never know.whsi the heck is, day October 2, A. D. 1961, the NASWORTHY FURNITURE' : "' PRIESTfS
two wheelbarrows 011 |j Rose,. Marie, Sept. 22. following described. ,
about\ on tM line for it can 'be, at the "
soil'and'It': takfcs'many loads "! Mr: and Mrs. Jack T Par-- Couivtr:Jail- ,
anything from a bait-eating! : : One 10 multiple tube conden : AND APPLIANCES? ; .
of djrt to fill in some places. crab all the way up to a big rish Lake Butler, a daughter, ser. As Per Case Xo. 8261. To STARKE RECAP'CO" ,
.. .. : : be sold forjt1qgpty.. .
i 1 I sand shark: I Terri Lynn. Sept. 24. ; .... ., f-I -'M-- { ,.
Took,time off one. day togo itc t I Mr. and Mrs. George W, I.1L Three- .gaUQn 100,*pound jugs .gaS.Aa-peP"cylinder"=Call;.;; ? ".: .: .. '. ..:: ULNGTUNSTUDiO f P:?F"f'I" '" *-'" *

tishing) with ,Thorn n c, At onetime Saniwas: ,look- Roberts Starke. a,son. Charles :No. 8-81. '. ;. ROBBINS .:
Hartley down the WaccasassaRive 1 ing down into the nxurky Scott. Sept25. / FourButana ,.gai tanks;; Ii .' .
water ;
5-gallon glass SUPPlfv! '
jngs. As :
?. We went out from Williams per case ', B tAnFORD': BUILDING c l"
idly when a hue bullet-shaj- Mr. and Mrs Harold1 D; : $% ,, MB' ; .
Fish Camp in a small, On*; It$*,! WILu EWEU.t
[it ed fish went zooming under{ r Smith.Starke. a son Sept.' 28. *dopr Ford 1981 ..
boat* and as there was% little 1 the boat like a-torpedo.: Late Serial Florida.-.No.License'Bi\7.13.0640.No.. 45.1651 545; r. .' I .. -

wind' in the' morning. we wereable the, learned that it:was a,porpoise df : Mr. and Mrs. Billy Chambers ponBds 82(3- 8Ugar' ,. >, AJS'per Case No. EAGLE'S. .* FR D'S MARINE CENTERKOCH'S"DRUG'STORE -,
; to out the bay to '
go .aijd) they often play around I; of: Jacksonville announce the One 1949 Mercury 4-floor. V : ,
edge:- of the Gulf.. boals. !I birth o(;; a daughter. Julia .License No. 45-2959. I. D.1961 No : -

.I' j Marie, on Sept. IS: in/St.: VI1cent.s \>'!.lCz2j6670r; o.eQs. oUneWater. ,I v. < TH&SHOERACK
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We anchored, J Jin. ? cljan-; Along the banks of the'Wekiva -1 Hospital Mrs. Chambersr .,.'S.rlai\ot7612709 C. Model Nt. :,, 4j6Ms6NfS !
nel and soon had: ,: the time of: A-31>4- 2100. Three :: STUMP'SfcSLADEGASCa f. '
River, while casting fo is the former Joyce Morgan L! ,gas yliadera.Three 21b 100 pound ot \ \ ( .:
cans ; ; AtSUEP.d.Y. .
our lives' ,_ for the fish were\ bass found several ,trees with daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. R. Flelschmawi''*:' 'y** t, 780 Iba.- 't ,. ';; : ; :

biting. sam. caught a nice objects like pears,hanging in L. Morgan of Starke, I I !.sugar.As(SEAU: per., Case.NO.-.. 82(4. -:. : -. '. ..;-.1.. ,,., --t4-,. '' ',.;0' -
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He plowed over on the next t .. I
try and Starke led 14-0 when > b -1 : t ci4? '
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Martin ;
converted late in the i1k
second period. t o i
& Third Starke TD 4d
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Woodbine opened the second < 1

half ,of play by returning Sey-

mour's kickoff to their own

,- ', 40 and promptly got themselves t
pushed back to their 35 A

i with an offside penalty. Four .:. r 1, e s mK e't-' s
|plays and seven yards later

they were forced to punt. 1 u
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Martin took the Hurricane ;,x x
punt on his 27 and returned ", =
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it three yards to the Starke F.pf prl

30. Twelve play and: 70 yards
later halfback John Adams 7 s.'a

scooted your yards into the { x
end zone for the third: Tornado 2 i S

TD. Martin converted to s ..

make it 21r-0 Starke to end the drive. Lea to right-first row: John Reddish, Metlford Shealy,
the night's scoring. .t
Bradford coaches did not Irwin M&7tin, ILillie Seymour; Arthur Holliday, Dewayne Me-t and''Mrs. Wilma Jackson,
special,cohgregational meeting gan
Rev. VandeventerAccepts
Longest runs of the final McKinney/ Baby night, Oct. 3, at 7:30:
have to look hara to pick out Rae, and Mike j ; \
'TD drive were made by half Darby. t this Sunday.! If approved by I II both of Starke; and her ma- the Elementary School
backs' Marty Starling and one defensive giant last Friday Second row; Steve Nipper, tarry Noegel, Buster Hughes i i Call To II the congregation' the request!1 I I ternal grandparents Mr. and
Dies *
John Reddish who carriedtheIi in a 150-pound senior \\\ II. Thomas! Marshall Starling, Kenny Terrell, Mac Ilatl.', Daytona Church will.then go to the Suwannee i Monday :Mrs. Jake Mulkey of Bran- cafetorium

pigskin from the 35 to the five guard whose defensive capabilities j Ja.<'k'MrC, mW I ; and-Johnny.Lee. f: i Presbytery for actic" I l Sarah McKinney, one-year- ford.Funeral :
i Confiscated Items
stood oat like a sore -
yard marker in two plays of thumb. Mike ; made the:' Third' row: Jimmy Dovrling, Gary Kouba, George Seeley,I.!! Rev, ',Barry D. Vandeventerhas If the request is granted by I old daughter of Mrs: Alma I services were held

15. yards each.Woodtrlne. center of the Tomado Darby:: virtually LaDell Crews, Dan Dodd, jimmy Smith, Bill Phillips, and'PercyMoody. requested that the pastoral all groups concerned, Mr. Van- I I Harris McKinney;of Raiford, at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the'To Be Sold Monday
Bites Back : : i relationship between him' deventer will preach his last i and the late Mr. Kinney, died graveside in.McKinney Ceme-
like stone by stopping Hurricane ; '!
In the final few minutes of and the First Presbyterian sermon here ,on pet; ,15 and Monday morning/;; lItIi Jacksonville tery' near glance; with Rev. Confiscated items, includingtwo
backs 23 times from his: Fourth row: John Adams, Leonard Dugger, Tom Gardner, ,
the'' contest an aroused Woodbine : Church of'Starze be dissolved will leave' for Daytona during ; hospital after .an illness Leo Hebert officiating. Burial'
middle linebacker spot Darbywas Harold Bishop! Bubba Moody, Elbert Hersey, and Jimmy ( i automobiles several gas
drove 86 yards, aided by in order that: he accept a caU't the following weekIi has of several days: She was \ was1 in the family plot under'th
three 15.yd. penalties before the aided, by the center of the Moore. : the Highland Presbyterian been minister of the church ;: born in Starke on Aug! 22, :I direction of DeWitt C. cylinders, sugar yeast, and
Tornado lire which cut down i j
final, whistle ended the game Church' at Daytona Beach. I| here for almost two"'and half 1960. | Funeral 1 salvage will be sold by the
Woodbine blockers to lay the les and'sop6hmore linebackerTom The coach was referring tOj Jones HomeyElementary
on the Starke six yard line. j The Presbyterian' Session 1! years.i Besides her mother survivors -' county at 11 a. m. Monday
ball carrier open. Gardner also had nine. I the Blue Wave' 27-0 loss to ;
Camden's'huge fullback Stanley comprised of Elders ofthe i t Include her two brothers Oct. 2, at the jail. County
linemenhad Chiefland PTAThe
Tackle Jimmy Smith also I Several other Tornado two weeks ago and I i""
Strickland and halfback plugged a big hole in the I 8 tackles each. I'to"last weekV 4S:6'l loss toI, Ch rch'.has already. concurred.I I Cash Paid for Good, Clean I Melton and MSrvin "Mc Clerk Chas.. ; A Darby will cohi ..

1 McCullough were big, "guns in Starke, line with his nine tack-'' Rushing honors went to full- : Fernandina. f |I in the request, and the' congregation RagA'ii; Khakis or' Wool. All Kinney both of R&iord, ; two'half Starke Elementary i i I i duct the sale.

A -- = I back Thomas :and halfback Plagued by injuries and.with ', _., .,will., act. .- "on it- at 0- a .Cotton.-- --.<. -,Bring--- 10 .Telegraph.-- -- sisters, Mrs. Marie Mor- School PTA will meet Tuesday
I Red dish.averaged 10 yards per only three returning, lettermen '' .,

I I carry with 71 yards in 7 tries the Blue Wave has:'yetto '
: get off th'e ground: flooh .,
I each. Quarterback Martin L
I II gained the mos; yards with ': After Moriticello. ,, on' October ; f\ r ,;t t .. ...... .

I i iI iI I 1 l 9C in 11 tries to average 6.4 :: 6,,the Tornadoe3 have, an ppeji Th'e Ford ) .. : ., ,
; per carry. Martin stood out date on October: 13 before .
I : ': tackling Palatka on Bradford ;
brilliantly at his quarterbacking :.; > "
I post also, keeping the field. yourintee *
NATURAL..I: .! Hurricanes stymied: all night According to a scouting report .,. 'h,1',.,.. f' .. ,

: long. ', compiled by BUS coaches_ ;, ... .r<:.: .. Ji"i. 'I',

i P. K. T. Look Out i I JP. K.'s ISO-pound fullback I II I will b heTI2.i: tomorl: V .. : .
In looking forward to the Robert Greer, number:: 34, .carries '- &
Dependable Economical I 1 the ball notf more than .
-- [I Tornado's first home game .
i, against P. K. Yonge this Friday any other back.. He: is Ctualtr r Starting tomorrow at your Ford Dealer's, a secret. With Thunderbird styling, fanciers will find unprecedented varieu.
PHONE. 9610301( : NIGHT 961-2111 a substitute for the regular ; f ,.
j: at 8 p. m. a Register comment fullback,- but so far has ,been you will discover a line ot'Fords so long, Thunderbird power, and quality that -from a new wagon that seats eight to $. .
f i material to be good, but so an effective'. runner' The report so new, so varied that everyone will:find sets a new industry standard, the 1962 Falcon Squire Wagon with the ricr
1 1I also that
I far haven't- shown. ..anything',, ". Tony says Trujill
-- I 1 ber 3D, was they:, most. ,. effective > I pleasure .and needs as precisely as though far costlier fine :cars. H If you are D Pick the,Ford in your future '

dina's runner Pirates against, !being a Pernani-shifty, it had been made to measure. H For looking for economy without compromise with this confidence: every 1962 Ford} i h

hard, runner with godd srSeed. those who want a true luxury car, there look to America's'favorite compact:, built to standard of quality$ bigh'1 thai J" ,

... ,., ;.. The Blue.- Wave'.Itad will..I 'are two'distinguished,\ new'series of this year there. are more falcons th?n'ever it.wilj j change all your ideas, of'JiWJifcei: ', ,

-' --t- l ., C"I.= 1".. ... :110 'KHOW, JUT( I I'r L'II i j I rival the' Tornado forewall i i .Galaxies-both swift rumor silent as to choose from-13 in all. '. 'r&l.'lon how how enduring car be'
t:1):) I.r: : ; b\ : PLwTlt!! E. SJA'r.C': S -:'!..E '.> weight, reading in pounds;: : as a. quiet. a can j ,,,
G''L' MA\tKtali.3' > a:\"j 5 ;ti; r w .
,OO\t\ \ ; ;!' d .., 4 '.
I, ;f\ ).W\, : .......'. :, \ "\ .. C ,.EET 't \ 'i from left"t'o right en :
tlsh & '- v -/- ; i' D.:....Ol.. ,- 11 \S/m; !' 170 170, 184 165, 204, 160. '
City I i ( ;::J. :.1.:. :r. : l'd, In their initial home game .

/ MeatMarkBt 1\\ > : :;Ii \ ;J J tj ( \ : this season tile Tornadoes, will .
"j I 1 ., I"'t'I"'t'.I seek their
r9r t1 \ 13th'cpiisecutiv
WH'(' r !J ) b ,I" t'f.f. \ r. J ;
'I "; ;' \.1 ", I win and their third of the
o..J 101' <' '';'Ti'r.; :' tt- ,;' '" .' --.. "",) :
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..... .1 I I j ::-\--1: j",' \.{\'':',.!,', ': ,.',tW...p+ ,_ [0:;"lt.. 'cl J'oo>U., ; -/,\'....,.' Defunct Gun, Club \
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\ -('' '" I' ', \ I --.J--- I:Donates $135, II 4wY
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1 :To Rescue Unit
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D dt. The Bradford County Rescue'

: Unit had its treasury sweetened -

I this week by a $135 dona-
tion from the now defunct

SMOKEDSAUSAGE, Starke Gun Club. Several iix y h t u r,b

3 003JEATY : which has not been active for

: about 20 years, met this week .
and decided to give the $13$
WEINERS a------ 3 LBS. rmeainlng in its treasury 'Ito

i the Rescue Unit. The money /Y/T'

1 was in danger of being appropriated -

s BOLOGNA 3 LB::. by the state under :.. .'.. ..!..;..,:'.. .. .. .. .h......
provisions of the, new escheat- ;C. rY' '" '
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1 mcnt law passed by the' last ..
LBS. I: legislature._ 'k ir y

BEEF f! THE RIGHT POINT lor, the I I I I IIr iI1r r? .

;nay you write.' Came in' and
FRESH I 'elect your favorite ESTER- .% Ii \
I ragk f 4 ; f.'i'.rlCA9 l' s )(
LBS. i BROOK. Fountain Pen. TELE- roi II
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SAUSAGE 3 LBS. :, $ Day 5pial I

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\ I CUAXlE/500 CLCt VlCTOWA (Tortground)...CALAXJE to move up to fine-car luxury-at: the low Ford price.AU Brake adjust themselves automatically.Special zinc:coat.
TOWN: SEDAN jbackground j'. .The Galaxie l500-new Galaxies are beautifully built td be more sen ice-free. ing protects vital body parts against rust and corrosionsV

1 -ll i HOSIERY in name, new in J luxury-,is for those who want all of the They go 30,000 miles between major lubrications, 6,000

SPARE RIBS f 3 LBS.CENTER ; elegant extras. The Gala de makes it easiei than e\et miles between oil'changes' and minor lubrications. f .

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a M/ ( one of IS'fatCODS for 1962, this f '

KED 1 PICNI& $iJOULDERth.FROM 35C SgeOR '' door sedan has an improved version

.., of the Falcon Six engine that last
spring recorded! the best gas mileage
.. Fords
for a Six or Eight in the 25-yeai
PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THROUGH'MONDA' t NIGHT FALCON SQUIRE WAGON Brand new for '6i if ,sleek history of the Mobilgai Economy
OPEN 7 DAYS WEEK. 7 A.M.TO 9 PJkf. I F ): F-t .sophisticated..and the only compact wagon of its; kind. Inside,. Run.Falcon's low price for 62 make
I I w Z r' $1 ",,i i" r A' Z it is available with Futura bucket seats and a handy console it America's best compact value!

.. Outside, it has steel side paneling with elegant.woodlitc finish. -..

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"Up to the present time the survey are the Lions, Rotary i J. E. Mundorff Burial was in the New River Singing Convention post-office address of the claim- the County Court House at 21st, 1981.a .
ant and must be sworn to by the I Starke Florida within eight ( ) MARY L. \VATTERSOXAdmlnstratrlx .
CD Defense only a small percentage of our sororities Bradford High Cemetery under the directionof claimant his agent or his attorney calendar months from the date of the Estateof
local population has received DeWitt C., Jones Funeral To Meet SundayThe 1 or It will become void according of the first publication of this Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh.
School and the Jaycees.; Dies Sunday to law.Sep.tember notice, cr the same will become Hollis V. Knight
this information"Mrs. Rowe Home. Bradford-Union 1 27th 1961. void according to law. This Starke. Florida
I Survey Set stated. After the briefing session Active pallbearers were G. Singing /BMary Ann Beise September 19th. 1961. Attorney for Administratrix
After IllnessJohn Convention will meet Sunday, MART 9-21 4 t 10-12
I Monday night, members will W.Roberts, M. L.'Turner,J. C. BEISE. Administrator First Publication September
A briefing session,.conducted Oct. lt at Boatdrain Baptist of the Estate of Richard M.
conduct the survey at their Tye, Fay Durban, R. E. Lee, Beise, deceased. ,
CD staff -
by the county Mundorff 75,.
Edward Church southeast of Starke. First Publication. on September
and Jack Brassell.
For Next Week% next Monday, October 2, at I convenience anytime duringthe of Starke, died Sunday afteran This will be a homecomingfor 2'3. 1961. ,
8 4t 10-19
8 p. m. in the Starke Woman's week. Information Is to be extended illness. He was a hte church. Following the

to Club will prepare pollsters turned in the following Monday retired horticulturist, and a Senior ClassMagazine sermon a dinner will be served NOTICE OF INTENTION Smith Corona and Remington

[Continued From Pare One) from various civic organiza- October 9. Mrs. Rowe member of the Lutheran Sale followed by gospel.singing, and FICTITIOUS TO REGISTER NAME I

tions to carry oat the survey. Church. Born m Huntington, everyone interested is invited. Notice ie hereby given that
,compiled to improve thecounty's said. the undersigned, under the previsions I
defense capabilities. Organizations cooperating in Pa. on Aug. 17, 1886, he had The Senior. Class of Brad- Pursuant to the Soil Conservation of Chapter 20,953. Laws !I '
resident of Starke for of Florida. Acts of 1941. will \ I ___
been.a Act, ; -
ford School is Chapter 582, Florida
High sponsoring: I ,
register with the Clerk of Circuit PORTABLE

I. many years, coming here from Statutes of 1949 and Chapter
a magazine sale begining Fri- 28094 of 1953, notice Is hereby Court, in and for Bradford
St. Petersburg. day, October 6, through Friday !- given of an election to( be held County, Florida, upon receipt of
Surviving are two sons, R.E. on October 17, 1961 for the elec- proof of publication of this notice -
October 20, to help finance tion of three (3) supervisors for the fictitious name of Gar-
Mundorff of Starke, and Col. their class trip to New terms of four (4) years each. da's Home Dairy under whichwe TYPEWRITERS
Leroy Mundorff, in the U. S. Polling Places) are engaged in business at I
York. J. L. Waters Route 2, Box 202, Starke Flori'
Grocery, Lawtey,
Air Force at Arlington, Va.;
sale Florida
The is an annual senior da.Benny
,. two daughters Mrs. Henry Farm Forester Office Starke, Garcia Jr. and wife, (4SOLD
class project .This"year's class Florida Della M. Garcia sole owners,
King, and Mrs. William. Oliver 2, Box 202, Starke, Fla.
.: 1. < hopes to raise $5,000. to go to CO'SOTI'S Store. Brooker Florida Route
: : : : both of St. Petersburg, New York. Polling places) will be open Dated this 25th day of Sep- ON
tember, A. D., 1961 at Starke,
"' "'':: ': i between the hours of 8:00: A. M.
;': j. : : and Mrs. Ruth Pruden, ,
. ..: :. ;":: < Owensboro, Ky.; two brothers, All qualified electors 9-28 4t 1019In EASY TERMS
,.... ri'3:>'t .. ,.';:' magazines. of all types avail-
;;"' .. < ."" Richard Mundorff of Juniata, within the District shall be eligi- I
"',.v" 'F. '.1-.' Bradford The County Jadgr'a CourtOf
]5r yt. < '. ;>;: F&j' 1 able to County ble to vote ia this election.A .
"4.<., -- i Pa., and W. H. Mundorff of qualified elector as definedin Bradford County FloridaIn
.... .. homes when begin call-
( { .t -' Re: Esate: of Jasper Wilson
.. the Florida Soil ConservationAct
'; .:: { '' Howey-in-the-Hills six grand-
J. '< '::!:'v ; Deceased.NOTl'CE .
ing after school each day Bedenbaugh
1f.1'.Z.tC"V "" .., includes any person qualifiedto
j. ::><; : <: :..A : children, and one greatgrandchild. vote in general elections Un- TO CREDITORSAll
.W.,.?:.'.. tj"i: ;;.:.F. .;.r40 ,';. evenings, and on weekends. der the Constitution and Stat- persons having claims or Bradford County Telegraph
( ) demands the estate of
{ 0; "' "> :: '*;W%: Several favorite magazines utes of this state who is also a against
/ Funeral services: were held Saturday Evening Post, Holi- landowner in the herein named Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh deceased -
i./y ( ; 1 district.M. are hereby notified and
; ..\ ... .. at 5 p. m. Wednesday in Jones dav, American Home, and O. Watkins, AdministratorState required to file their claims in
... .
"'i...:." ,,.. '.'"x "<< Memorial Chapel with Rev. Soil Conservation Board the office of the County Judgeof
: .":' '. ....... : :.v.': /<"; ;' .: )"..( Ladies Home Journal, will be Bradford County, Florida, in ,
(... ;;:fVVTiS; ; ; : ; : .' :..'...J I John R. Brabham officiating. offered at special reduced' 9-28 2t 10-5

..:::..,. ; ,, 'r"'N'.w::; ;: ) 1 Arrangements were in chargeof prices. In County Judge' Court. la And
:.-.:,'..... "tf'./".:.+.''.!;.;.;.'. :'J'Of. ..:..'..p/if:1tl.x''r-iI'.. : ':$'':'.;.>%> '.
.. ". ..>. .' t.l .} <<' ".
> >,,, ::>;.M.: $'>".
;':.:;.., .T"< .x ':,:.,.;.(..' .:'< A.s. ... la r*: Estate of I
: v .: .. .. "
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.> ,.'. << "l
v '' Home.
'Sc"A'." '!'r:'. .... ..... '';''.:>'+ i'%::<;:.....:.,.'t. .'. X" '".:.;"-.'> Two More Stills RICHARD M. BEISE. dff.
ix 1' ''>'>' : .d / NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll

BUTkeepabw *7:0;; Hit At LawteyTwo Richard creditors M. Belse of the deceased estate are of

: savings growingas David Kelly hereby notified and required to

more moonshine stills which file any claims or demands 20 Words or less, one time _. ..- .85 Memorials Resolutions' _:.._...._- Be pw word
they may have against
a youngster grows, and you help assure Of LawteyDies were found and destroyed near said estate in the office of the It not paid in advance ..._ ... 1.60 Cards of Thanks,.op to 60 words "" MO

the opportunity for a head full enough of I' Lawtey last Wednesday morn- county, Florida judge in of the Bradford courthouse County at- Keyed or Blind Ada 1.00 Over 50 words _. So per word

1[ SundayJohn ing running the county total to! Starke, Florida within eight Each additional ward over 20 ou 85 Display ads in Classified..-, J&9 per inch
calendar months from
the date
learning to fit a college graduation cap. five in the 10 days. of the first publication of this

I David Kelly, 26, of' Bradford County Sheriff's j notice. Each claim or demand WOMEN -Christmas selling FOR SALE WANTED-Clean, Cotton

start saving regularly-here/ / and now- Lawtey. died Sunday night in Department, as well as state j state must the be place in writing or residence and must and starts early with Avon Cos-I Ready mix concrete concrete Rags, No Khaki Shirts or
metics part full time- block, fence posts, sand
from or cones
the teaching hospital at and federal authorities I Pants. Bradford County
education) valuable sales territory now cement mortar mix. rock steel, '
for your youngster's college a Gainesville after a brief ill- the Alcohol Tobacco Tax Unit,It t I available. Call FR 2-0421 oyster shell linvrock. and roof Telegraph.

ness. He was bOrn at Lawteyon participated in the raid on the j Gainesville or write Mrs.i gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg

Nov. 26, 1934 and was a two stills found close togethernot I Mabel Gore Box 3617. Gaines-i Bradford Engineering Co. HASTINGS MATTRESS

member of the Methodist more than a mile east of ville. Fla. 2t 9-28 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
I ..AShE Furnished
'Church., II Lawtey. RENTALS partments. 1 and 2 bedrooms. 710 Leman 8$.- Palatka

Surviving are his parents One still, of the ground hog Country home. 2 bed rooms Newlv decorated lights and Furniture Repaired, Up.

Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Kelly anda ''I type had a 500 gal. pot which $45.00: in the City 2 bed room I water furnished. Inquire at holstered & RefinishedMATTRESSES

FLORIDAmr"iuiuc brother. Maxie W. Kelly all contained 450 gallons of un- home $55.00: 3 bedroom home : Bullineton's: Studio. 104 W. REBUILT
I Call at. or 321 W. Madison,
fermented mash. The other, a r r
of Lawtey. $60.00.A. L 1
J. Thomas. Realtor._ .St. tfchg, New Innerspringsand t
.. : -. Funeral services were held barrel type was only 250 gal-1 I Box Springs

> ; ; : ( at 4 p. m. Wednesday in the Ion capacity with 200 gallonsof FOR RENT- Small furnished I FOR SALE Concrete block
.. : bedroom home. 1 acre of Drop Us A Card or Call
-- --- - .. .. .q Lawtey Methodist Church, mash according to Brad- '' house Nice for coirole. R. W. ,,3
Prpnnen S?fl Weldon St. Up I I land. Phone 964-6884 2tp 10-5 PALATKA EA 5-9166
pastor, and Rev. John R. Redding. I FOR SALE Fuel Oil Heater I AMERICAN OIL COMPANY SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER.
Brabham of Starke officiating. Ii 53000 output BTU. Contents I Has station available for Starke. Axent
i eouioped with blower & lease. U. S. 301 by Bus Station .
c I Mrs. Hieatt rEI Paid training program.
Mary j wall thermostat. Like new. FOR RENT3 bedroom part-
,N Can be seen at 734 N. Thomo- Very reasonable rental ar.11
Dies Wednesdayin rangements. Write W. M. Lv furnished house. 4 mi out
FACTORY I cnn St. or call 9641301. tfchg
It's Our. 15th A WIDE oaIiu Stewart. 20 N. W. 12th Terrltr.e. Ralford Rd. 1 ml on MorganRd.
] .
$35 mo. Phone Willie Mae
FOR RENT FURNISHED Gainesville.' Fla. Phone
SERVICE I n sill One bedroom duplex apart- PR ?- or FT R-stm. tf>hg I In110 Johns... 964-3794 after 3 p. m.

III l III SELECTION Mrs. Mary Torode: flieatt, 42, ment Beautifully decorated toFOR'

POLICY ] l_ died Wednesday in :the OrlandoAir I floor furnace private: drive- FOR StLE3410 Tractor RENT Attractively
11I1J n-Biuaikura l th-o T. L. Casev Rt 2 Box
desirable neighborhood.Mrs.
\ r r r / OF GOOD Force. Base.Hospital, after 1 way. Renner. 633 McMahon Jtu a+o rbe Itf decorated, 2 bedroom down-
stairs apartment See Mrs. J.
extended illness. was
WITH ALL I an born March 11,.-1918 In Law-.I lINt SIZE PEN! St.. Phone 964-5744. tfchg! ,,.F.T'S.RAnE. W. .Kincaid. 409 N. Walnut St.tfchg.
1511.. heot lied Have StRno! pcmitv in attrac-
R'r USED CARS tey, the daughter of Mrs. Pauline bala+wa FOR SALE-House trailer 50 HVA :3 HP Ma- hnrnp In
NEW nnrv
= 10 ft. in perfect condition.
!JjJ i1iJjE$ Torode of Starke, and the : : x n"lnf'mUp.1pnt. I'Ontfi- I CHAIN LINK FENCE SALE:
716 Alton Rd. or phone 964-
late W. E. Torode. She was a I, r:7 .g. 1452. 3tp 10-12 *''>n. Close in. Will trade for 79c ner ft. installed. No Down
Payment. Bank Rates. Call
Mat. Int Wh" hav'
member of the Episcopal roc or
WANTED-Clean, Cotton "1'Q' 11 ORd.1RR: { 1214 n Jacksonville EV9-U71 Collectfor
Church. KINO SIZE INK Free Estimates. ttcht
v.-a n.A C" C.Q" O tfnho
Surviving are her husband, SUPPLY I Rags, No Khaki Shirts or' '

MaJ. Lewis W. Hieatt; two i oo&.M.d.bk: Pants. Bradford County FOR RENT 2 bedroom

;daughters, Sue. Sturges, and : Stele Telegraph. i Ride Horseback nicely furnished house with
I carport for couple or with an
Hieatt mother and' ...Ienath cl ..
Paula ; her pili. =
LARGE HOUSE FOR infant child. Inquire at 733
a_ -.a writes. l lpsf i
two brothers Edwin Torode andi I .
Comnleteb1um1shecl [I. $1.50 Per Hour N. Thomnson. tfchg
John A. Torode, both of a fsfifJ apartments] double garage.

PL1 starke. ]I K WISE. BUY 210 N. Cherry St. Lessons $2.50By FOR RENT -H use trailer.
Funeral services will be held, Enjoy a home plus income. Expert Instructor Can be moved on vour own
IQNGSIZEIbeb.fe See J. R. Bullington Owner. lot. J. B.. White phone 964-
"at 10 a. m. in the Firth Meth- & and gives tfchg Camp Immokalee 2tchr 10-5
o odist Church with Rev. R. E. the _ootll. Skip.
I MacBlain and!tev. John Brab- ewrftJtigyouwouId $250 to $500 MONTH! ThatIs Keystone Heights FOR RENT- Three bedroom

ham officiating. Burial will be expect. onlif tht! what many Watkins Deal- Phone 4213I unfurnished house 2 bloofcs
K BOfttxptnUvtpiM9 / ers in this area are making. from town. See 'Graham at
in Kingsley Lake Cemeterywith Watkins Products are nation- Al.ror." Bf AI-.. 9tj hg lfl-5
INVITE all customersand ,
arrangements in charge of ally advertised f Would you my
friends and old. to
E I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. consider a Watkins Route Write? come In for free brake inspection 119 1JFYTn 8. THOMPSON FWRIST' ST.
aualifv. :
Maybe vou can
: point and plug check.
PHONE $64-4155
Watkins Products. Inc.. 659
EVERGRfcfEN: West Peachtree, Street.. N. E-. Safe driving insurance is our NIGHT 64.3891 or 969-1922
DOGS! aim: better service our goal. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
BAPTIST CHURCH Atlanta R Georgia 3 tche 10-5 ALLEN'S GARAGE
Wire Flowers Anywhere

ALL AT Sunday School 10 a. m. ese 1V Wanted experienced secretaryof Starke.710 Alton Fla.Road tfchg

Preaching, 11 a. m. Training PARENTS' ficient mature in shorthand vears. Must and be pro tvn- Phone 964-8241 6tp 1C-5 17 IN. PICTURE TUBES

I Union '>:30 p. m. Preaching, handwrit- $19.95: 21 in. Picture tUbes
fnar.! Army in own !
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting ins lisMn experiences abilitynd : LISTINGS. FREE $29.95 plus labor charge for
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. .as references to Drawer 943. I. installing One Tear warrantyon
Wednesday Bible study, .f feaftctwM*imr m eo.,meBradford q+oriro. tfche J. Hansen. Rep. 5 ml S. of TV picture& tube at Dahmer's

7:30 p. m. Jos E. Norman, t vet Gtt,CaUfaaii,I,3A, Starke on U. S. 361. Phone Appliance Center.
ROUTE MAN: EARN $125 4tchg 9-28
H tuotor. 468-1766. Waldo. tfchs _
I County WRITE: MR. GREENE 659 COLONIAL FLORIST FOR RENT-2 bedroom .unfurnished -

I: ELECTION NOTICE OF Three Supervisors W. PTREE ST. N. E.. ATLANTA Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. house at 431 N. St.

i For Terms Of Four Years TELEGRAPHrctiKy 8. GEORGIA.3tch. Flowers wired any place. Flowers Clair St. See J. L. Sllcox.
I Each For District.Bradford Soil Conservation 10-5 for all occasions locally. 2 tn 10-5

I Phone 9646291. 506 East
,H--- October IT, 1961 .. TAKE UP PAYMENTS ft. Nona St. tfchg ROME SEWINGPhone 954-
I I r fiberglass boat. 40 hp. motor, -7832 after i p. m. Mrs Eva

I tilt trailer. Phone 7823832. FOR RENT- 2 story farm I Whitaker. Rt. 2 Box 56-C
II 2tp 9-28 house 4 miles So. Starke on Starke. 2frhg 10-5

,I U. S. 301. Contact Doyle Con '
I, G. A. GAY-FLORIDA Times ner Ins. Agency. tfchg WORTH THE TRIP
.. SALES Union paper carrier. Phone Mobile Homes Always
::1 969.2615..931 W. Euclid St. FOR RENT Furnished below market and clean.
c Starke &part-I
([Alton Rd.) ments. Reasonable
.'; 'I I'I, 10-5 shopping center. Phone
.. 2011 call at 213 S. 9Sg-t
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1 ml SE of Hta.
iil. FOR RENT Furnished 2 St. [Shell Oil Co. OffIce.) tfchg Keystone

FRIDAY and SATURDAY .il. bedroom cottage on Crystal \ on Route 100
.1 11 Lake.Floating dock telephone, BE SURE to see WORLD
II water and a-c $40 per month. BOOK before buying any en- FARMDquipment
III I Call or write L. K. Whitehead cyclopedia. IL A. Payne,. your
.' Waldo. Fla. or phone 4681104. local representative since 195 t. For

: See The 62 Chevy Impala and Belair .;: : I I Itchg Roy. fiVT( Ph.?_964-3794,- tf chit PlaaUnr g .

RENT- Kingsley Lake
I extra nice 2 bedroom garage Lumber SaleWrecking
.: apt. furnished. Circulating oil For Every JobSuperl

See The 62 Ford Galaxie and Falcon -1; I bedroom heat. Also house nicely with furnished garage 2 at Tractor: Co.

boat house and Bier. Phone PHONE EV6772
Carl Johns. 533-2271 or 964- Camp Standing S353. W. Beaver JackJOD1'UJ.

See The; '62 Volkswagen .;; <>\ 4201.HOUSES FOR RENT Inquire tfchg Beautiful 2x4's'2x6' FOR furnished RENT apartment.- New 4 Private room

-. F J' : 1; an at Greyhound Bus Station. 2x8'g- 2x128- up to 22 entrance waIl to wan carpets.

See The '62 Dodson-Total Price $$375 ':- _Space__Heater__needs- cleaning If UchgEXPERIENCED your' feet long; i for Lights dishes cooking,and water silver.ga furnished*Heat 5 miles and from also gas

-; ;' contact Junior Allen. Rt. 1 SELLINGCHEAP Starke. Ideal for 1 or 2 men or
Box 170. Starke or phone 969- couple. Can 964.7E84. Itp
(65 Miles Per, Gallon of Gas) PHONE 1681. Wednesdays only.4t !


Take A free Ride In The New Little Dodson/ WO 4-3101 'and WANTED waitress.'- Also Pun curb time cook girl PHONE '9644001 THROUGH High School THURSDAY.subject Easiness All-

Apply in person. Herb's Drive Courses. Conversational
In. N. Temple Ave. 2tp 9-28 JACKSONBuilding Spanish. Mechanical Drawing

LOW YES YES "oFINANCE Office:and School Supplies FOR RENT Large. modem Testing: contact services.L. White H. G&scn.students
USO Bldjc. Office. Negro stud
*t *"*--*-jjLiJt furnshed house. Circulating Supply '
I heater. Kingsler Lake. Winter cuts: contact Prof. EddieThompkins.

BANK Rates. !.L.... Bence. 2223 St.- RJB High School

FINANCE S S. Noegel I Auto t Sales} CHARGE 'IBRAbF Johns Ave. Jacksonville.3tchg 10-3 Starke ,- c-. tfcht


1021 N. TEMPLE PHONE 964-6461 ONE JENNET For Bale. Can nished. One bedroom. Contact cast iron beaters and two
RATES UP TO 57 l 969-2675 or see J. W Nevejls. Mrs. Paul Raymond. 241 8. burner oil heaters. fhone) 964-

Rt 1 Box 31. Itp Water at. Ph. 984-7434.. ttchx 0573. ItP >>

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After' New York Meeting I: there, and HURRY to return. fine .marketing as a series of Special seasons in food pro- on this visit. Steve D'Arrigo I
: Then, as I try to analyze the ..services, involved in getting duction have practically been I of the D'Arrigo Brothers who I BIG SAVINGS ON CAMERAS DURING
! i real need for such a fast pace, goods from the point of PRO- eliminated. Geographic variations handle about 2,500 carloads of I
I the only time when it really DUCTION to the point of ? in food availability has, produce each year explained f
I County Agent Sees MarketingAs was an absolute necessity was CONSTRUCTION.This largely been eliminated. You the operation of the market. I!

when you were getting in or ,. then includes harvest- find the same products in any Ii Mr. D'Arrigo stated.that his I

out of a subway or crossing. a ing, grading, packaging, pro- super market in any part of company will buy direct from
Top Problem For Growers street to get clear of the rac- cessing, transporting, storing, the nation. This has increased I the small fanner if it is a

in" wiinw taxicabs. financing, wholesaling, retail- marketing probl ms. product of good quality. He
I i I Before dwelling on the busi- ing and other services or fun Dr. DeGraff illustrated that also pointed out that the buy-

[County Agent G. T. Hug- t m. hour. j r ness of the week, the combi- ctions. Marketing then, does more and more, farmers are ers must have quality because
L gins attended the annual 1 Hurry back then to your I influence prices. becoming specialized producersand the consumer demands it to-. I
nation entertainmenteducational FRIDAY SATURDAY SEPT. 29 30
meeting of the National Association -I room to pick up what materials activities included a There are scores of marketing are concerned only with I

I of County Agricultural you might need for the i tour of the 102-!>tory Empire problems demanding the their type program of pro- day.We made a tour and heard I I
Agents m New York I activities of the day. If you constant study and action and duction.Dr. discussion on the operation of
I State Building, a tour of the : --X1150
City Sept. 1015In the article happened to be scheduled fora famous Rockfeller Center, cooperation of many people.Dr. Howard P. Nuss, execu- the piers. I didn't count the -I '

below he gives his impres- touryou'd beater hurry for! seeing a stage show in Radio G. W. Hedlund, head of tive vice-president of Welch piers but each is approximately -
sions of the trip.] nothing waits in New York. i City Music Hall, with a seat- the Department of Agricultural Grape Juice Company, Inc. 1,000 feet long and 72 feet
Whatever your destination I Economics, Cornell Uni- believes that production must wide. The floor space for un-I
tour 'J
ing capacity of 6,500 a
,_ By G. T. BuninsBradford
County you automatically acquired the!; through Chinatown, a four: .versity, reminds us that as be restricted to the quality loadingnd displaying .. MOVIE PROJECTOR $24

Agricultural Agent I ability to HURRY because 1: hour trip around Manhattan long as it costs more to mar- and quantity of each commo- duce is approximately 10 pro-I' up
Ii that is the pace of the more I I Island, taking us under the ket th in it does to produce it, dity that the market can and takes care of 700 cars atone I

Up at 6 a. m.-hurry to i than eight million people in several famous bridges, and there is work to be done. absorb. He said the old law time. I
1 breakfast New York City. Then, as mid-P i: Dr. E. W. Janike, Universityof of supply and demand had The auction I .
so that you can get j by the Statute of Liberty, anda operates on the SLIDE PROJECTORX1495
a table close to the front. You night began to approach, you guided tour of the United Nebraska, praised the effi- been cons.dered old-fashioned, piers from 8:30: a. m. to 12 '
could hear all light, but the!! were ready to HURRY to your Nations building.Our ciency in agriculture in pro- but nothing that has been noon and the floor must be
l/i to 2 hour .breakfast Pl'o-j i room,soak your aching feet a duction.'He then went on to tried during recent years has cleaned by 5 p. m. for unload 4-TUBE
I conference hotel headquarters
gram was enjoyed more if you I little, and close your tired I the Waldorf Astoria, show that more emphasis must proven any improvement.Dr. ing cars to begin again. "Write Like

could see a little better who i, eyes for a few hours. You pay 1 1I I II I was no small structure, covering be placed.on the "producer to. Nuss believes that a ,A very special privilege was TABLE You gar WithSnorkel" SHEAffER F
well for the few hours
very brand name is one of the cornerstones -
consumer" phase of agricul I
and what was on the stage.i 1 I ; an entire city block. It is to talk to Eddie Morris with ,
'' you actually spend in your ture. he said the for a successful
Approximately 1,500 other persons 47 stories high, with 2.200 Actually Carbone Bros. Produce Co. RADIO "
had. the same motive in. room. i rooms and around 70 elevators. surface has just been marketing tool. Productionand Eddie, as he likes to be call-
arriving well ahead of"the 7 a. Yes you HURRY to get f Other activities were plan- "scratched" in dealing with marketing must be gearedto ed, is another handler of volume -
relating to the consumer market. PEN and PENCIL SETS y2 PRICE
ned for the ladies while we problems process- and variety of produce.I -
men were engaged in the pro- ing and distribution. As we Gerald Achenback, presidentof was pleased when he told .
produce results in this area, the Piggly Wiggly Sims me about buying produce from I :-
The New gram of the week.I
Scripto there is a good chance to pro- Stores Inc., urged that we our own J. R. Wainwright He j .
would like now to give you I
vide greater net returns to keep at home the products has met Mr. CARTRIDGE
never personally :
some of the key thoughtsbrought
Business Line Ball Pens out during the Con-_ the farmer himself. Efficiency that won't sell. Upholding Wainwright but counts him as: :i PEN. - $1 00Regular
ference. : in marketing, distribution and quality standards and build- one of his top produce con- ,
utilization of agricultural products ing consumer satisfaction is tacts for one l'I'dSOn-he ship-I
Agriculture is not merely must be developed to the only way to build sales ped quality produce. All their I $3.28 With Extra, Cartridge
and RefillsFOR farming, but a whole series of : match our ab ty to produce.Dr. I I and profits in marketing farm contacts have been made by II
related businesses that add up
to a $100 billion industry and T. K. Cowden, Michigan products. phone and Mr. Morris knew Reg. $18.75 BALL POINT PEN - $100
Now just briefly about one
he could the
: State University, forcibly reminded expect quality
ALL BUSINESS WRITING provide work for more than
of the climaxing activities to
; that with promised.One
us even

only 25c eachREFH1ABLE ployed one-third persons of the in gainfully the U. S.em-:. i marketing demanding so muchattention bear sions out we were some hearing.On of the discus- more topic worth men- 95 REGULAR $1.00 BIRTHSTONENECKLACE
we must not slackon tioning was discussed by Dr. .
"Marketing in Action" was .
our ability to know how to Wednesday we had Frank Welch, Assistant Secre- RINGS
the theme of this 46th Annual about five hour trip to and I O
kill bugs and cure diseases tary of Agriculture. Dr. Welch
Meeting of the National Association -
and improve crop\ varieties.Dr. tour through the famous stated that American Agri- *
of County Agricul-
Cowden believes that mar- Washington Street Market. We culture is one of the greatest
tural Agents. New York was keting processes will be im- arrived about 9 p. m. and economic success stories of all 2 For $00ZpRICE'
ideal for such a meeting and
with Refills lOc 1 in giving County Agents an I proved by using the same stayed on the market until time but grossly misunder-
ea. opportunity to look at farm I i techniques that have workedso after 1 p. m. stood by the general public. .
well in the production area; The Washington Street i We have a challenging job of
products produced in all areas -
BLUE namely the application of Market, the largest and old- I "telling and convincing" the ONLYGRAB
of the U. S., moving through
science to the problems. at est in the U. S. has operatedthis public of the value and !importance ,
I the chanels
marketing of theWorld's
BLACK hand. site for ove** 100 years. of Americans food'I SURPRISE
: largest food markets-
Production has changed Last year more than 158,000 and fiber in our tense and,i $
1 RED I Robert W. Watt, New York '
City's director of Commerce, drastically over the last 20 carloads of fruits and vege- dangerous. international situ- BAGS
but too not tables went through this mar- ations, he said.
FINE ()MEDIUM_ POINTS praised American Agricultureas years many are
being the envy of the world.: aware that marketing has ket. More than 50 per cent of Other speakers from Inter-
the ,total receipts were from i national Harvester, Firestone
I changed.Dr.
Marketing and prices of !
The most economical i j farm products might probablybe I Herrell DeGraff, Cornell I I Florida, California, and New Tire & Rubber Co., Ford Tractor VALUES TO
& Implement Co., Mich-
the two most important University, reminded in that York state. $10.00STUDIO
Pennsylvania New Jersey
igan -
problems facing American 90 cent of During the peak monthsof
devised. over, per population
writing ever Missouri, Iowa, and &
agriculture. They are likely to is now urban in termsof activity, June and July, "
I continue to be important pro- the way people think and more than 16.000 carlot equi- Washington were on the pro Bullington :'r

blems 'during the immediate earn their: livelihood. Farmfamilies valent loads -are received by gram. I, GIFT SIIOP
This conference, "Marketingin
Bradford County Telegraph : future. Some authorities'say as such, are barely some 200 firms each month. "
Action, great, and will
L I that they are one and the over eight percent of the pop- We saw more than 70 varie- i
: 11 be the basis for muqh discus
'104 W. Call S1. 964-7271
I same problem. Some will de ulation. ties of fruits and vegetables
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farewell Sunday. "
sermons r II 4' "
Established 1894 I 1
ALVAREZ' STORE We hear that Rev. Brookinswill
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S NEW( RIVERBy be supply pastor until the: /Z! Home DemonstrationNotes
church calls a new one. I a
.. Betty Joe Moody spent the. (1jA .. I :
j weekend with friends: at Okla-j' { ?I
::1 More Every Doy. i waha Barbara River. Whitehead, Pearl j I| ; ;F. ROSSfcf.VJ
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I* -Anderson : t
i were in Jacksonville Lavender, and Sandra Holt attended j h.I Home, .Aomonsiration.Ageat II I It ItI.
Gr...DISCOUNT PRICES Thursday of last week. revival services at i j '
,+1 Rober and' Venice Moody 'Johnstown Baptist Church. iastj'County Fair i to'put everything on to take to I. .

'; GIVES joined.Robert's mother,of the 'Saiurday\ night." J Women's. DepartmentThis "' the tlQI} After the meal,t .
Palm Garden fishing camp,: We rejoice with Jack land year, fox the, first time? clear the table and put everything -' dI ,
It I near Tavares last Friday andSaturday. :j, Eunice Parrish 'on the arrival!haked goods will be on display back on the cart for a
II I They report.- an en-1 of their'baby girl t,'Terry Lynn, 'j In:,the"w men's:department at quick trip'to'the kitchen. I NEW
I 1 Ijorn' in Bradford HosPitaL -. the'Pair. like to bake, } LEAN BREED
County If
Joyable.trip and a nice catch I. 1 I.I : you For qiiick tidying-up, keep : 11
I of fish. '.then bring in your speciality. 'tissues, cloth or sponge in a
tt/ 'Was visiting with Pat. and., call biscuits, muffins :
: Speaking about fishing, thej' Plans for table drawer ,in the living,I '
M. L. Johns Monday and saw yeast. rolls, cookies, pies, :
t river is down,and several have I room for_ cleaning up cigarette H
Friday Saturday 29 30 reported good fishing and that' what they had been' doing in .. 'and cakes. Have your name ashes or. things that are spill
,_ redecorating their home-new of the product on the bottomof .DODGFAND
I <- they are really biting now in ed. There should be a waste
New River. walls ani ceiling, With new, the plate. Use' paper'plates basket in each room .
u:I draperies. We thought it was and wrap the pastry with Food
; Fannie and Marguerite I Is A BargainAmerican'farmers
I'ir really beautiful. with '
DRAPES2rFor '$1:00: of clear plastic or paper.
Crews Lake City were visit- and marketing -
: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner. There will be an enclosed case '
at the men, the years,
ors Geo. L. Anderson over
Sr. and Mrs. Willie 'Lane of i I, to display. these products. in. LANCE
have 62
: Regular'Size 54 87Ladies' home Saturday nightRuby provided this country DOnGE
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t. Yarbrough and Juan- Lake Butler visited Roy Turner -I The women's department will with more and better food'for :
Monday.It's in the building i '
ita Maddox of Raiford visited I be permanent- less labor. Ten years ago anhour's
about to get dry againin at the Farmers Market in
Mrs. Obey Moody last Sunday. work bought 2.3 poundsof
:: this section after a siege l Starke. Bring in 'your baked chuck roast .1.8 dozen ,
Glimpsed Floyd Wiggins eggs NOW ON DISPLAY
= 'of high water and much rain. Wednesday morning,
1S r r r r .81e Miss Joan Green, and Miss goods (6.5 quarts of milk, 9.6 loavesof ,
will be -
Gayle Andrews: at the Wood- pet. 25. Someone present bread,.or 24 pounds of po-
.. Thomas wedding: in Brooker to accept. I IP1ans'pe '.I totaes.: Today, an 'hour, of
Baptist Church last Saturday! shaping up for a I work is worth 3.3. pounds of AT ,I
III l\Jen s Pocket bigger and better Fair this
night. : chuck roast, 3.6 dozen eggs, ,
t year, and your cooperationwill 8.1, quarts.pj t
mik, 10.1 loaves
Roy Turner has his daughter -]
M HANDKERCHIEFS.ea.5eI and her husband visiting' make it an even greater of bread, or 29 pounds of po

III him this week. They were I Soil Conservation event. Start planning now for. tatoes. That's why we say, '
I your exhibit. ,
food & TOrode
down from Atlanta for theWoodThomas a bargain! Hardy
llll llII wedding. Mr. N-E-W.S j'Household Hints
Keep small articles on traysto
:IIll: Ladies ; and Mrs.L..T.Hardee' of Jack- Our Soil Our StrengthBy I take to the table-such as In County Judke'e Court In And ,
1, sonville also visited Mr. Turner For Bradford County. Florida.
salt, mustard, vinegar
Bill HaasA I pepper
In Re
Saturday and Sunday. ; Estate of Franklin E. .1,
and oil. Cheese, pickles, olives, Brown deceased.
n 'Mrs. Fernie Moody reports complete soil and water can small NOTICE; TO CREDITORSAll
C etc. be kep on a
IJflort that their dog bitten bya creditors of the estate of
II. was conservation farm plan was tray in the refrigerator for Franklin E. Brown, deceased NEW. and -USED'
rattlesnake in their front I delivered to filbert Green, the same purpose. are hereby notified and required k
yard last week. The bite killed to file any claims pr demandswhich ?
who is using Argentine Bahia cart
t Use a wheeled table or they may have against
OUIL 2. PR. 00 the dog. and White Clover in one .of said estate In the office of the
Wayne Gibson was at the his pastures. He feels that, control the heavy growth in county, Florida judge, in of the Bradford.courthouse County at
Medical Center in Gainesvillethis Argentine is a ''better grass to their pastures. Starke, Florida, within six cal-. : tI
'. endar months from the date of CRSF
week for
Children's an I compete with the native the first publication of this i I
his lame arm. j grasses we have in this area. The Bradford County Fairgrounds notice. Each claim or demand! .'
Mrs. Albert Moody.and Mrs. Argentine Bahia is a broad are taking shape. state must the be in place writing or residence and must and I
T TENNIS; 'SHOES ::88e R. L. Black and daughter San- leafed grass that produces Foster Shi Smith, who is a post-office address of'the claimant ,
dra, Gaines- and must be ..worn to by '
were shopping in good grazing when fertilized member of the Board of Supervisors the claimant his agent, or his J
ville Monday.Pat properly. A lot of folks feel for the Bradford Son .attorney, or it --will become. void i' 1320 N. TEMPLE AVE.
Boy's r FlannelSH1RTSMMM88c Johns says if you must that Argentine will grow 'bet- 'Conservation District, is .according September to IJth law., 1961. '
ride a bicycle, do stay off these ter in the wetter areas. '? IJUj4s.ch irman. He has First Publication on Sept. 21, STARKE

New River sand roads. St. been'out,there every day directing 1961.Rhoda WigreinsAdministratrix F I I","
I The R. L. Blacks were fish- I came upon J. B. White ,the digging of a. ditch of the Estateof -1 I II
de I .
E. .
Franklin Brown -
ing last Saturday and reporta making hay the other day,' and locating! the fill work. It ceased. ---. .
good catch. They had an baling Pensacola Bahia grass. is beginnig, to look real good. 9.21 4t 10-12 1 I
outdoor fish fry that night. The field had just been raked Se. ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Seeba Moody, and it looked like there was a Don Champion, Farm ForEster -
a'{ BOTTOM DOLLAR with Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Paulk, world of hay on the ground. says it is time how to
attended the wrestling matches 'He said-he had combined seed order your pine seedlings for
in Lake City last week. and cut hay off that field and planting this fall and winter.
Starke; Fla. Rev. Roop having resignedas that he is cutting the field for The price is still $4 a thou-

.. --- pastor .of the New River the third time. J. B. said he 'sand seedlings. There is plenty $ ecafurchase
Baptist' Church, preached .his cut 576 bales of nay and-combined of land in our County that

I -A. 400 pounds. of seed!' needs to'be planted to bringit p
from four acres of Pensacota up to full production, and

Bahia grass. there is no better time to start
.. After Down .
: than this year. Forest tree
:' The District's rotocycje,: seedling applications may be
Payment mower was used ))y H. T.- obtained at any Agriculture

Flannagan and. Bill Reddish to Office in the County.
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17" Training Union will start at ', '
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HAMPTON 6:30: p. m,,and evening wor- '-'
ship at 7:30 p. m. each Sunday -

Bj Airs. D. E. HilltAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I Wednesday Prayer Meet- .
ing will continue at 8 p. m. ;'' .
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Mr .and Mrs. D.H. Crawfordare
inc.r' .
the parents of twins, a
boy and a girl, born Saturday LEVEL

Sept. 23, in Alachua General WL 4/J1pV-/
Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn J. E. McRae .
Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie AAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAmong
Crawford of Starke are the a
grandparents.Mrs. the visitors at church

Laura Packham has last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. II
w returned to her home in'New L. Whitehead and.children of'i!
York after a'visit with her 1'
New River, and Joe Sapp of l'j .
son 'daughter-in-law, Mr.

.. ... and Mrs. Carl Beck near Heilbronn Springs. t -
-- Hampton.Mrs. The Pilgrim meeting of Pine I I

T. F. Brown, J. J. Level last Friday night was
Brannen, and Raleigh Bran- I enjoyed by all.Rev. W.B.Mc- V
Flannel Shirts $1 nen and son Ardel visited I i: Ginnis of Jacksonville brought
Mrs. Nora Layfield at the the message. Refreshmentswere Tornadoes P. K. Yonge

t. I Sizes 6 Thru 16 Shady Rest Home in Gainesville served after the meeting._ s
last Sunday afternoon. Dr. W. E. Hali spending' ;
They report that Mrs. Layfieldis the, week in Billiard''with his

I Men'sHanierchiefs still improving from her leg son-in-law and daughter'Rev.
injury of several months ago. and Mrs. Eddie Murrhee:
l Mr. and Mrs. Bill West and Sorry to hear that J. Clark 29tb 8:00 P.M.

I 0 $$1| son visited here Sunday after- and daughter, Joyce, and Mrs. Friday September -- .
noon with the J. W. Homes.i Reed Lewis are in Doctors
Mr.and Mrs. Home Mrs. Mc- Hospital.
I Alhany, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Alvarez spent last
James Home Jr. were Sunday weekend in Jacksonville with BRADFORD MEMORIAL PARKAll
Small Boys' Short Sleeveport dinner guests oi the Robert his brother-in-law and sister,
Barksdales in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baldwin.

Shirts & Shorts $$1J Mr. and Mrs. Pledger :Johns I Mrs. H. M. McRae of ;Heil- Tickets at Gate $1.25 Student Tickets Purchased at School Dayof
visited Mrs. Julie Johns in the
bronn Springs spent Sunday
Game All Children Grades 1 thru 4 FREE If Accompanied By
each l New River area Sunday even-I with the J. W..McRaes. i 1
ing.Mrs. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Parents i
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Elizabetn Jerrell was lard Browning last weekendwere
I 2 Pr."l\Ien'sReg. i9cfrgyleSocks carried to the hospital in Lake their son and daughter-
Butler for treatment last week. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Volley
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King Browning and son of Tampa.
-. $1 and sons of Jacksonville visit- Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Bald- 1961 BHS SCHEDULE
ed here Saturday with the win and son, Jerald DewayneJr.
Don Hill family enroute to .
the UF-Clemson football game. and, of Mrs.Jacksonville: Rufus Alvarez visited last Mr. ,September 15 . Starke 18 Macclenny 0 .

Mrs.Ruth Mills of Jacksonville Sunday.
spent the weekend here with James McRae, son of Mr.I September 22 . Starke 21 Woodbine 0 'l! Li ; -

Ladies Nylon Slips the Hills.V. and Mrs. J. W. McRae, is at-
J. and Donald Slade began tending the University of September 29 . P. 'K. Yonge - Home
work last week on cement South Carolina

block structure at the back of October 6 -.Monticello Away
Lace Trim Sizes'Shadow
$ the Slade lot on Division HEILBRONN

Panel 2 32 Thru I Street. The building will include BAPTIST CHURCH October 13 . Open
a shed to house the four .
White 40 Sunday School, 10 a. m.
trucks, with concrete tool shed
October 20 Palatka 'Home
Morning Worship 11 a. m. -
and barber shop in the center.
Classes began Monday at Training Union, 7 p. m. Even- :- : : :
the University of Florida, and ing Worship, 8 p. m. Prayer i October. 26 .. Live' Oak . HomeFernandina
This Weekend those attending from Hampton Meeting Wednesdays, 7:30 p. I
include Joe Gregory, Amelia m. Rev. L. A. McGee, pastor; November 3 - BeachAway i I
Williams, and James Home Jr. Mrs. Rex >Brookins", pianist;
Try Starke Stores first! I Sunday evening services at :: D. R. Redding, choir director; 'November 10 Santa Fe Homecoming :
Rex 'Brookins. Sunday.School "
the Hampton Baptist Church "
will begin half an hour earlier sup rintendept-;''W..H. Green November 17 '. Green Cove Away .See You At
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L- this Sunday and continue .. .,

December 1 . Lake City . Home .',.:'.TheGamet, ., .

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We're Proud To Be Tornado Booster
s + < y l'tRtSk Be Present Friday,Night To Cheer'Our Boys On .: > '
.a.. PEYTON FLORIST # TUCK'S.AUTO.. '" CAFE., : :, ;
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Best Wishes To the Team' .
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... H. C. WALL ;AGENCY /
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L F Y Luck Tornadoes Compliments Of '

.5 \*. \ It r '' : ) DENMARK FURNITURE CO. : 1.: DODD'S AUTO SALES f1

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Let's Fill The Stands For Fridays' Game n

THE FARMERS SUPPLY '- Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On!
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Bring Home The Bacon '
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... BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN 'n:- :Best WiQe9 1ori1aloeS" )'<< ,:-
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that '' \
Gel'full.time economy .l\ 1"
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only starts with Ford's low price --. .
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Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence -,
"yW Coma hi and meet the trucks that mafeo A bpff t l&jf 4 or 0IMIns DIesel!power fives Forfie '- ,CARL JOHNS. ,,. JR., \" ,
saving money a full-time business. .. new highway button superb pertoraaoct. (GCVsp VOLLEY STARLING GROCERY '
Ford Trucks for'62.In a selection of over 600 .. to" 76,200 lb.) : WAYNE DOUGLAS
Dew models there a truck that can save s tat % St far M MefiBS eSen 27 tcwyMfiM .'.' & MARKET ,. ; .__, I
money on your lOb,whatever yeur Jobl I They futures,tonj-taB rtUibffitr,ecooony! : I
F'OW .
keep saving mi mile,load after load
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after yearl Our new'62 Fords save on C Fr J--t 11-111III"iI 1IIaI smuch SlOG'year '. .' ....
price.. tires They and save on on maintenance gas and oil-They wherever saveon 16,000-iBBe pickups.yew dma ot fas H-toa, oi kadtl lid i trts wareonveatJQMl A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Your Support .-:V'" Let's Fill The Stands For Fridays Game! '

there's a way to save.Come in I today and let a EDIIshI..wy....&1m Fed stlde' .
1Aj'1S us show you how.Check out the facts,work Pickups' extra sigh,tin opacity'! WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE CITY CAB
out.deal and drive out in a truck /Stost t EetgaVa Is pied: far kbv popular cwmfettt, 659 N. TEMPLE AVE., .' I I
saVelIDOACf...full tunel C K > iaash.rst Us IIt2If Icadspa(204 aR flt ; -
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We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! I

'OR 62: s- 'E;,E'-T"_ H""E""M--N."O."W. ... -! SM FORD tc .**E-: L. J TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYOUR < Best Wishes To The Team I Ii i

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t TTVfTTTTTfTTTfTTfVTVVTVTfTfVTfTfTTTTTTTVTTTV-- i Shores in SEU! of Section 24 Attorney for PlaintiffP. I quired to nerve a copy ,., _
11)\, Theatre and all members are I "
f \ I and in SEU of Section 25, O. Box 3285 answer or pleading to -'t..
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED expected: to be present. You Can Visit Millionaire's Plush Palace II Township 6, South, Range :21 Tampa, Florida plaint on the Plaintiffs, v
f Mrs. Alma Jenkins reporter. East Bradford County, Flori- ; It .GREEN & GREEN and !f"H ,

. 'OTIZENS: OF BRADFORD COUNTY' More School News __.._ I da I L.Clerk.Jf! original the In .the.clrlul jjfficei 'OUI'II' 'h
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'" --- "" > 'pursuant to the final decree I ""'CYI'If"EDEr !(DJ. .
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', { lBy Elizabeth h Givens] Enrollment, Special Educa- ''tP .., a ,;..,'" ... : of foreclosure entered" in a case :;i Clrralt Court .Bradford i 1 1S61 before: otherwise the :30: day the of Wile 1.ea
t "?
rn tion and Elementary 1st pending in iwiid 'Court, the style roaHlr. FlarldiK In (...< . . of said Complaint WIll !i. \XII
.1 4 AI i & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & &_&_& & of which is Mid-State Homes, | CLYDE VT. 'sC1L."URPlaintiff I
UFW'a---------------- I through 6th, 373 7th and 8th : as confessed byj ou.
t ; {nc.a FlorMa (corporation I .
s : I This notice shall l> piri ) 1 ni
r'e The program .was conducted 113; and high school [grades: Niflii; plaintiff.*,vs. JTanl N'Mgent, and vs. t i ; his'wife '
';hi.. :, Vera Lee Starlin Xiigent ; Oas No. 13-049, in the F.KVi-,.
.. 9-12] 160. Total 646. ; utive.wrt-ks : ? J
--< : with by Mr, Earl Weldon: directorof defendants.-and" the-docket' GLADYS ,,,Lqt,; E.SCMXER. COUXTYTELKORAPH
t Robert Dell in charge. Come 'Civil Defense 'of the State The Senior Class of RJE is ; number WITNESS tlf which my: hand is and Xo the 13.001: of-: Defendant..5 I!!I patetl 'this 28 day of s.i> ti

\ munion Stewards Board vNo,2 Department of Education in sponsoring a yearbook this f'; ':'" tidal sal of said Court this >OTICK To : GladYs 1-04,4, Louis rE.\tt" Summer. :,! berg 1,61."'

and Trustee and of f ieialoneetj j: Tallahassee. There will ,be 'a' year. Further information .'.:. 27th day of September 1JSL !| wh'se'residence and address isL' I i;: CHARLES Clerk'of the JDARHY Clrcui' > ?'
Wednesday i it 1- ...te later. ; CHARLES A. DARHYCLEHK : \KNOWN !i i Marian L rrosb.
ing will be held 'teljes of Civil Defense e- : ; j8j CIRCUIT COURT; notified that ; .By
t :, RI.',,, night, Oct. 4. The trustees ; vision".programs 28 at 8'I<.Girl Scouts :i I ::4 : <' : By aiarian' 1.. Crosby a suit You for are divorce hereby has been filed I (SEAL. ) Deputy Clerk
, churCh ..tI'he"GirJ! Scouts! are ,sponsoring ; ,: Deputy Clerk : against you in the ahve named s-2 -It I',, "
'.,,,uui. will hold regular ser- p.smon Channel 5, and ,.-. .,..." 3 HARRY .M. HOBBS Court and cause and you are re- '
., vices Sunday atjIl-atm, .:Menfs .Thursday, Sept j28: 8. p. m.,i I.
t I.g T Day will be observed Oct. 29.J' .I;also on ChannelThey. will !, night at' ;Reno Theatre.-from -- t, -
The public' I? invited': Harry continue for live weeks on the i!! 7:30 until'9:30.: Public invited. : c ,
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Young Lay Leader; reporter. I Ii same days and time Mrs. Regular Girl Scout meeting .

i I on .IU Allen Chapel DIME .Church Royal \urges .all TV fans to will :be held"at 3 p m." !Thursday .h i WANTED! SPORiSME fold- eTSEE

-, Rev. L. A. Sampson was reappointed i find time to view! ,these programs in RJE room 22. Parentsare ,

t to serve Allen .. Watch' ,for' other CivilI asked to remind their girls. .. Ififi

Chapel AME Church and.corn- !j I Defense notices. i to attend these meetings. Sidewalk US FOR

munity for another conference I I American Legion AuxiliaryThe Recreation News :
v j' year.: Members and friends regular meeting of the The City Recreation Depart -andiFG

y 11111 welcome him back. The new American Legion Auxiliary ment reminds each teenagerto t. SuperintendentsTO ;HtIN

conference year will start will be held at 2 p. m. Sunday continue to give your co-

; i 'Sunday with Sunday School] j;i Oct. 1. The president Mrs. L. operation to the hops each ; WATCH !THECONSTRUCTION

{ at 9:45: Miss Fannie Ben |j M. Royal, asks'-all members } Friday night'for teenagers and : ;:NEEDS

I: Frazier in.charge. Love Feast''' to make a special effort to be Saturday from 3 to 6 for theJ '''; ;" "' ;.' .

\ atoll a. m. with the pastor in present and on time. The primary children. Come out OF OUR NEW

i. : charge. Holy Communion, 6 i president of the 4th Division and enjoy an, evening of fun : *t< ItsP :
I, p.'m. AU.classca, ers are' ask- j J"Mrs.Elizabeth 'Glasper, will and 'your favorite records.'' ,.. ;: .. ; Lay-Away or Financing on

ed to contact each member for I, make her fir&tsit with us Music will be furnished by ; [fv1 pte j ;}ItU :,

the support of the Stewards on that date. Let's show that Jean Holmes. Membershipcards ,. T .:::,,; '- tUNS
{ Board. We want to begin an- ,we are progressing; and not are available now for ; r .r .

other successful year. Junior l.aigreSsing.' .Attendance is 'what each student. Please cooperate. 1 ., "Jr.; 3 Bd. IEH ModelLaRueCorp. We Have ,A New/Complete' .
'' f' need. i with this effortBasketball #
Church meeting'each -Mondayat we
Stock of -Ammunition
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II 5 p. mAll parent are asked !! Club NewsMembers I i

;, to please send your children j of the .Carnation 1 The first basketball game A huge sculptured stone ship guards the yacht basin in front of Dade County'sVIseaya See Our Nice Selection Of .Guns
to this meeting. i Social and Savings tlub were ''i ''in ,the newly completed '''RJE l Art Museum. Home of the late James Deering eccentric multi-millionaile, j i

Notices ; guests at a club aiuiiyersary i gymnasium is scheduled for I' the mammoth structure is modeled after a 16th Century Italian palace. It was built .

A fish fry will be held Fri 1 in Jacksonville Monday night* 8 p. in.. Monday Oct. 2, when t and furnished at an estimated cost: of $15,000,000. The palace! is located in Florida. I i I ...

day night at the home of Mrs. and each member had: an en- i the.speedy.Bradford Hawks of,I famous "Gold Coast" region at Miami. 400 W. Madison St. STARKE :BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone

u Evelyn Johnson for the,benefit joyable time. A dance .will be !I;Stake clash i
Phone 964-8641
'' the club in Tigers ofRJE 1 1I Starke -Fla.
of the vCarnation social sponsored by .the J rsted !364-4201 ,
and Saving Club'Mrs.: Coriene near future with music 'furn I J Everyone will want to ''be i in Bradford County, Florida
band from Lake ;; there to see Julius Moot] : to-wit: .. ,, -- .11
McNeil shed by a II
II .sponsor' : Springs Offers Recreation js j Lot 5 of Block] 15 Crosby Take ,. :
1. Mrs. L." 'Met Royal has just City. Watch for time and ; Chandler of the Hawks try to -- -

completed" 18':.hours'in the t place. I j outdo his brother Richard .-._"',........__. -- .:: 1
Civil jpefense program which Club meetings will be held 1 [Wildmanl] Chandler the f} V STARTS

entitles 'her,-'to ::* .ce: 1a.te.''Monday nights at the RenoBallmer's 'Tigers in this .,fast exciting;' r ,ky" o'y
game. This should be'..a. good* 4 ti.t. zLu4 TODAY!!
exhibition of youth against'i'I' } $ z r
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Dollar j' experience? in one of Starke's & 31st
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: Day peal :),'I'I most 'favorite sports. I a 2 #' a ... .

: There will also be a girls

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>game 'on same ticket,
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matching RJE Tigerettes with i I

This Coupon Good ForOn 1]i a 'selected girls'team from'.the" f #

'' city. Proceeds from this game
The Purchase Of :, wilL go. toward buying .instruments -, } ANNIVERSARYI Sf r

Any $3.9&orjUpLong I! for the Band. Your 3'r :

Playing .RecordDAHMER'S. I pjtrQtlagc.wiJI be highly appreciated. '
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., I Funeral. Services of
Funeral services for John

TV and APPLIANCE CENTER Toplin, a lifelong. resident of Llta it ;

I 122 E. Call St. Bradford County who died "Super Form" Bras
I Sept. 21. will ,be held in Mt... a J. .J : . ,. 11
> ., .. \ ,,. : I t Pisgah. AME :Church at 2:30'p. : ,q' Sweaters '

"i m. Sunday'; ,-Oct.. 1. Mrs Top- i i f Padded or Floating Action

I : MockFashionedM -
S e .rrM..lwvvq
i NorthiFlorida l Supply Has The Lowest Overhead d In Town J JI 1 ; 'Classicsin ,' f': wAyn' .a..P. All.Junior

Luxurious M 5 sA:: and Misses Sizes
I That's Why Our,P ices Are Lowest And Can You Beat y.z. Banlon nw ..W.; A
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Our Regular tl:00
;! Westinghouse Products? Sizes 34-40 ..

I II II I : ; ;; S t;;.. H.cCardigans

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,.p.h ... _. SIipovers' Ladies Cotton Slips
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Peace de m'Springs, near DeLand, Is one .f tFJ rida's countiesiprmgs' .... i ,

which: enchant' visitors. Cool'waters and "naturally sc@nkitfings : e, 2.1$$ 32 to 523Ien's R

; : of Che::springs make a memorable outing for swimming "

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1 tin is survived by his wife, the J3oard Room of the said l Q oe Q ur tjew Eyelet Trim .< 'r\
J.'oard, Courthouse, I Flannel o' + ,
Specials %WESTINGHOUSE Appliances ala B: Toplin five daughters, i I Starke, Florida County for furnishing, Shadow Panel l. i

-V and three sons. of all labor and materials to *. p t;.

Dog-O-Matic EmploymentThe 1 construct One Classroom: Addition to Sport Shirts AA Front '

ICE I TRAYS Westinghouse 'Employment Placement j StarkeHigh School Starke, ,
-- Florida.
Service of RJE has compileda I! Our Reg.
Hot Dog Cooker All bids for the project will
list of all students interested IP received until 2 o'clock p. m. iff t ,
New Ejector Pebbled Oct..3, 1961 and then- publicly S1.98NOW
-after-school jobs. If you opened and read in the Board -
Aluminum Cooks 1 to 6 Hot Dogs in 90 need any type of work done 1 Room County Courthouse, I Ti"Selection
t Starke, Florida. 'a
: :please call 964-3371 between i ,Plans specifications and I .. =--.
ONLY 8:30: and 3:30: any school day. general conditions, Instructions y
$X100 $ to Bidders, and form of proposal t r of ,
$995 The sewing class meets each may be obtained from Mr. A. .
Th rday night, and any per- I' Robert Broadfoot, Jr. architect, Ladies
CoatsDresses ii
555 Arlington Road, Jackson"ille. 4 )
son or pe.rsons' interested in ,; Florida, and aU bids must iIMi $137 "

WESTINGHOUSE .. .. attending may contact Mrs. i i, with.be made in accordance there- I .rr 4;.' -

;.O. >W. George at the school i Two setsiof"specifications and ,'
Vdcum .Cleaner Set Of or telephone' her home after drawings' maY. be obtained by .J .
any general contractor makinga Skirts andY t
school, 964- 62J, for inform- '
123.00 deposit per set at the : .
TOSS AWAY'BAGS STEAK KNIVES ation. There must be at least office of the architect, which I 1 ro F ';'
deposit will be refunded to Q Sportswear *. 5 f. t. )
i 15 enrolled.. j general Contractors submitting I K ,'
I Bona Fide Bid nvhea drawings t' 1 .Boys and Girls If
i CHURCH NEWS ami JUeclficaUons are returned ., ?
4 Upright 5 Gannister, : Bethlehem ;Free Will Bap-: in good ,idltion.. 'Addl\J.ODal / -
StainlessEnglish $ 00 complete *bet.;-vt specifIcatIons
.. Two Pockets >
tis-t. The Men's Day program'was
Bags Bags .. may be obtained by contractorsauu 'SchQOl6hoes
i a grand success last Sun- material dealers making a '. a .l\!en 8 :,'
Our Reg. $1.98 ,
15.00 slt. 'set at the office
dep per *> "
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o day and the pastor and mem- of the architect which deposit ,
$$100 $$1-00| Blades : bers are grateful to the general will be refunded when the : Surburban
specifications are returned in
t' public-for- the efforts rendered good condition. Additional drawings :;
> in helping them to ; may be procured upon 2for $3 ;
', achieve the'goa : Total amount I payment of the cost of reproduction COATSBeg.
which will not-be refundable. .
raised was 20892. Please observe All drawings and .....t. '. r' ': '.
I 1 the. following. weekly specifications, regardless of
method of r procurement shall S
WESTINGHOUSE : schedule with all activities j be returtiedto the architect .... .-<< .
1i.starting at 730. Monday, prior to or' at the time of bid Men's .
i ':' opening.. r
Faithful. .
'Few Club; Tuesday
:Ar certified cashier's check, '
Senior Club practice; Wednes- or bid bond, properly executed \ "Lord Dayton"Under

:IMPERIAL ;'-day, Prayer Meeting;' Thurs; la a.sunvjiot Jess..than 5 per i iI ; $$298:
base bid the
t I I cent of payable to 1 Shirts ;
day Junior Choir practice Board of public Instruction '
: and; :Woman's' !Home Mission; !j!' mastaccompany each proposal r' g:1::
as -guarantee that the bidder "
and '
i I Friday, Prayer Band Meeting; i il i j jSaturday. t will promptly enter into agree- -
..... !l ..! C np1,b, meeting!!i I mf""!! clcrthe work and furnish F"Rg.
| 'a performance bond In the Shorts -
--' Roll Abut Dishwasher ;: Sunday, '9:30"a.: m., Sunday I sum not less than 100 per cent ; ',. ,. I

;;,Schpjll 1 ..11a.. inN. Morning of the contract. Each proposal1Jm''StltmrttteCS' : Blankets
be 98c eachAnniversary.
.. I E \\ must clearly .
.. & 4 t : !j Worship; 5:30'p.. m.. ,Young marked on the cover with the : r
j Peoples .Christian League; ;;'! Bidder's name and the name of ..
.:. Reduced To ? *
Board reserves
thg sLhooLbe!
_- I ', ;: 7:30: ; Evening -Service. We.. :th*" right to reject any or 'all Sale -
\ r. urge all members and invite bids., and, "to' waive any Informalities. '. '.

Needs ISTo Plumbing or $ ;
I throughout and i tion of Bradford County
jheweek S
Installation-You Can delE I. I I Florida. $
-SWldays..nev.' .-Louis, McKay, .I "Br'TL P. Morgan t .18 : o
en'TakeIl"ShenYoq { | pastor; Miss Mary McBride Superintendent of Public .Inst. :
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eH f& :
I reporter. .
Move Ir' $16.95 'c"
..... t lo.ew"Hop Baptist. Rev. L. I ". "
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'. ..regular services, starting :With ". -cntC't"IT'C'ornT Y'C'LERK 'OF .lien's JVash'n'qrear'Dress: '. to">'t.,l.. ,'" .. k-- QJ
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t; Sunday School at 9:45: a. m., 1, XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ( ;' ', ;) ; :
North I 1orid sjP1 j.with jQ xXMggs: J:: charge : ,.DairbyGrk that the undersigned.of the Charles dreuit A. .' Slacks*._ '._" ', .1-295 ";;. J' ". Beg. $i.>>.fts, $ .i18
i [ The pidbl in\-Uec r ,.
is to attend Court of Bradford County, Florida '- ."": h .

; y }t all Aker--Glelnls. Soloman. .,
.. r.-,, ,_ .yyyrrri .' hoars of sale, at the main' door 0 a ,,4. .
trepOr ,' -
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----i "Voil ton 'fie Sure. : :.1f jt's West/jwfwuse"/ ',. i I t ...NOTICE'TO, BIDDERS.. .--- County Florida.Of the.Court, offf-itD't/1iaI.ta tbTCiT"House of" f"Bradford antfteUat Starker '>:' $6 9$ up : ., .; _. Y 2 ,. ;

u. .-,-. ,, _. .- -, *-. -, ? .--. ,-, ? .- .#. I *J The Board of Public Instruc- public fcatfrtthr,bf34t 't t. ysI'; -. l-_ 'EARLY! > j;.. '
'f thms of Bradford ount ';1Flori"t' and best bdd .ffori nth, be jql,,o .' -- ... f( : I
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'n".T..T..T T............' Troy Bennett, Mrs. Hiram Starke, Bradford County, Florida lie records of said county and Duke, Elizabeth Andrews Boring fesso will be entered agairst Im.\'fUlt\"IV: n.\1'.lS'r
i I and being; more particularly parallel to the Northerly Jacqueline Moorer, as defendants -i you for the relief demandtd ini
Bennett, Mrs. Donald Bennett,i I described as follows: boundary of the rightofwayof I by Thelma E. Mendoza i i the complaint.IT ( lumen; !
LA1VTEY' Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Mrs. i Commence at the intersection Madison Street a distance formerly Thelma E. Johns 1: IS HEREbi ORDEREDthat
I jof an Fut>.Brplojjgatipn of ,ot 108/eeMo aforesaid West- 'I as plaintiff, in the above entitled this Order ar>d Notice shallbe i, Sunday: 6-io l, 40e -m.
Eugene Pearson Mrs.' A. H. tue Southerly boundary of the erly boundary of the right-of-J I Court and Cause; and that published once each week
Harley, ''Mrs; 'R. E. Lee, Miss right-of-way of Call Street anda way of Court Street run 1 "relief'sought In said suit is to for four consecutive weeks in Morning \\Cl'S'u.p. 11 n m.
By Enza Blanchard northerly prolongation of the thence North 17 degrees, 31 remove clouds from and quiet the Bradford County Telegraph
Enza Blanchard Miss Dorothy Westerly boundary of the right minutes and 30 seconds East and confirm the plaintiffs titleto a newspaper published: in Brau- rraining Union, 0:30: p. m Evt-
a_. 1W Ross, and the hostess Mrs. of way of Court Street and along said Westerly boundary the above described lands as t ford County, Florida and haY
run thence North 72 degrees,I 'a'distance of 78 07 feet to tie ,, an indefeasible fee simple title i i i ing a general circulation with- sing Worship, 7:30 p. in.Prayer .
New Pastor ArrivesAt Tye.Mr 42 minutes West along said l beginning of a curve, said I thereto .against the claims of i in said County. Wednesday,
and Mrs. W. S. BiggsJr. Easterly prolongation, a dis-1 curve being concave to the I I you and each of you: and you { WITNESS MY HAND as clerk Meeting
! Methodist Church of tance of 15.09 feet to Point ofT West and having a radius of I are hereby summoned, ordered i of the Circuit Court of Brad I 1:30 p. m.
Grace Methodist Church is : were recent guests +aglnning.From 38.5 feet run thence in a j I and required to file your answer ford County, Florida, and the
Biggs'' aunt,Mrs. A.H. Harley,j 'Point of Beginning thusLte.YWea Northerly direction. along the or written defense to the i i seal of said Court at Starke,
pleased to announce that Rev.' and Mr. and Mrs. S. D.Harley.. continue North 7ydegrees :arc*of said: carve chord distance / I complaint in said cause in the I I Bradford County, Florida, this CHURCH OF GOD
and Mrs. William A. Fox arrived and 42 minutes West of J4.08 feet to Point of,J i office of the undersigned Clerk 30th day of August 1961.
Rhine-! Miss Mary Ann Motes of I along said Southerly boundarya Beginning, said chord having ,, of the Circuit Court at Starke. (S/ Charles A. Darby 7:30 m. Evening Worship.
Monday: from visited her grand- distance of 92.91 feet to au a bearing of North 8 degrees,j,I Bradford County, Florida on or I p.
Leesburg circuit Court
beck, N. Y., and the new pastor iron stake; run thence South 44 .minutes tad 50 seconds. I i before the 2nd day of October, Clerk of the I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn
mother, Mrs. Effie Miner r 11 degrees 31 minutes and 39 West. 1' 1961, and to serve a copy thereof r of Bradford County, Florida !.I
will preach his first sermon Thursday to Sunday when she seconds West 'and parallel to GREETINGS: You are here- on A. J. Thomas Jr., plaintiffs I (SEAL OF THE: :ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sir lay
here this Sunday. : aforesaid Wester' boundarya by notified that a suit in equity I i s I attorney whose addressis
left for Lakeland where she) distance of lua.! feet to a has been brought against you : Post Office Drawer 943,i CIRCUIT COURT) Evening Service, 7:45 p. m.
This assignment was made will enter Florida Southern pojit; run thence In an Easterly and each of you and also Starke, Florida on or before A. J. THOMAS, JR. YPE Service Wednesday, 7:43:
29-30 at the annual Methodist Con- : I Drawer 943St&rke
Friday Saturday Sept. P. O.
College' for her final year. direction along the against Dyal formerly paid date, as required by .
ference in June, but Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. George Shu- Northerly boundary of a par Thtlma Mae Andrews, '''William Laws of Florida and the Florida Florida p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday,
Mrs. Fox not able to'' | Andrews, I If Attorney for Plaintiff 145 w.Announcing .
were cel of land described in Deed Anthony Andrews Nell Rules ,of Civil Procedure. you 1 I p.
ford and daughter spent Sun I 4t 8-31 9-21 I
asp move here until now. Mr. Fox i i day with the Joe "Shuford Book 89, Page 133 of the pub Florence A. Brown, Leila Dea I I fail so to do, a decree pro con.
Mrr has been a member\ of the New i I
family at St. Augustine.Mrs. .
York Conference for 30 years i --
Eldredge Niblack of .J
and had retired. Mrs. Fox is j rn
PRINTS Jacksonville visited her brother !
a pastor also. j '. ,
I and sister-in-law, Mr.. and
I '
During the summer the! m I'
: ,
: .
Mrs. J. C. Reddish, Sunday. .t'
church has had the dpportun-i, I "
Mr. and Mrs. Vern H. Rich- : .c.
11ty to listen to a number of !
ards of Green Cove Springs, }
9 .
inspiring speakers, Including I'
I are taking care of Desert Isle i! ,
3 YARDS FORms $$100 several laymen and numerous I Motel this week while Mr. and I
from .
retired ministers Penney :
Mrs. Orville Bumgarner are II .
Farms; also a Cuban Methodist -: ; :::: II
I pastor now residing inj j away. They will visit relativesin I :.. :, : THE SHOWING OF THE .

Melbourne and Miami and I .
White CottonSOCKS Ladies White RayonBRIEFS Starke. I points of interest in South I
The church especially appreciates i I .,. .
Florida. ; II

I I Orville Bumgarner the untiring, who work made of I I II Mrs.' James L. Waters and : Iq NEW' '

I the arrangements for our Sun-j' sons were dinner guests of her / 2RanTh1er I It

Short or Long Sizes 5 to 10 day morning services, and fill-i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford q r MODELS ,

ed two of the appointments! Higinbotham m Maxville last .

5 Pro $$100 4Pr.$100$ I I himself.Scheduled services for the I I Sunday.Mr.. and. Mrs. Bryant Reddish t' ,- I I

I week are: Sunday School, 10 I and Mrs. Joyce Futch .

a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. ,were in Tallahassee over the :, ; I
I m. This Sunday is WorldWide weekend where Mrs. Futch. COMING SOON! ;

SELECTION I Communion Sunday. All visited her daughter, Miss ::1 I II
of I members and friends are in.I Mary Julia Fu -ch, and the

vited to come out and meet I Reddishes spent their time I

YPt V1p DRESS I the new pastor and wife. with their daughter and son- \ I

Home Demonstration Club in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. -
I' Ponds, and
MATERIALValues The Lawtey Home Demonstration -I family. .
Club met Thursday I The community was saddened -
morning, Sept. 21, at the I by the sudden death of .
home of Mrs. J. C. Tye. Dur- David Kelly, son of Mr. and Ther 'sAN ,

YARD 69cSTUMP' ing the business: session, Mrs.i Mrs. H. C. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs.I .

To98c Troy Benett, Mrs. H. C. Wainwright : Kelly and Wendel have the

:I and Mrs. Tye were sympathy and prayers of all r

I appointed as a nominating ; their friends in their bereave
Department committee. Plans were made'. ment. '

'e Store County for an exhibit Fair at in the Bradford October. I IS TUB CIRCl'IT COURT OP ; \ : RAMBLER" ,

social time
Everyone enjoyed a THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
the luncheon hour. CIRCUIT
Those attending were Mrs. AND FOR BRADFORD COU.NTV. -


We Have Looked at These Ite ms Long Enough Some : formerly* E.TIIHLHt MFMOZ\., JOHNS.! ,: DEALER ,

Marked Down Below Manufa cturer's Cost ... You Just Plaintiff TII I IV
'DH1'RY: REDDISH, tt al,
Can't Afford To Miss Out 0 n OURThIavtdTHAV ORDER OF Defendant PUBLICATIOV. AND :

NOTICE TO DEFEND .1 n 1Qf tfn M.

i Joseph W. Andrews! III, whose "" -", .<
residence is 85 E. Gay Street, #
Columbus. Ohio and Drury Ued- : a.t
dish Jacob Johns, Mary C. A. ;
Johns, John D. :McKinley JamesD. .D.DD'D' S'AUTO.
Jones, a/k/a J. D, Jones}-Ally j
I Jones. Jesse X. Jones, Least on I! fjji f: :
!.A'' Wynn. Martha Wynn 'John ) !
1C Moore ak/a: J. N. Moore, M, I\ ., ,, ., .
I N. Moore Ward M. Taylor. Olive + -
II II I Taylor, A. G. Cooksey. a/k/a Albert
G. Cooksey Rebecca F.
I I Cooksey Charles M. Sparkman. SALES
I akC.. M. Sparkman Dill \\
I Sparkman William Tison. Sallie x
Tison. F. A. Moore, Donnie
i Moore Betsey Ti..on, Adam Ti-i
IWIARDAY M ONEY SAVERS! i I I son Dora Tison, Serlna Dyal, G. !j \

i\ Sapp W. Pval.Wealthy Rhoda Ann Sapp Sapp, Nancy G. B. ,' \ WJ.. DODD BILL DODD

... Hitch. James H. Bitch J. M. ____ .
-- --- S. J. Sternberg. i .
Quarts of Alkyd Flat Truby. .
i J. Strong, Mary L. Elizabeth. \ ,.I : 528 S. Walnut Street .'
Wall Paint, reg. $1.43 now 50c R. Sheldon, Elizabeth J. Belding, I ;. oj ;. : \ --. -
I Menetha S. Beat-
D. C. fielding. L _
50OAF ty, 1. B. Beatty, Catharine S. .
Aromatic Red Cedar i Blackmarr, F. H. Blackmarr, E. '
A. if alive, and if any in
: To better serve the ever-growing numbers of Rambler owners
Cedar Seal" reg. 75c lb. 25c of the above named persons be
OFF THE REGULAR pow I' dead devisees, then legates his ,unknown grantees heirs lien-, this Community, American Motors proudly introduces the newest

PRICES AS LISTED. Midget -p' '''-: 1ww'I I ors, creditors, successors claiming in Interest member of the Rambler Dealer organization.
or other persons
Charcoal Ovens, reg. $1.50 now 25c !I iI i any described interest in property the hereinafter by, I r ; We cordially invite you to drop in and get acquainted with this

Can Openers 15c Heavy Cast Jron I'i such through deceased under and or all against other each persons '' new dealer and his friendly, courteous staff. You will find them to

Skillets I claiming any Interest in. be experienced automobile men who are anxious to serve you well.
Parowax lOc reg. $2 now $1.65 the property hereinafter described \
by through, under or In'the showroom you will see the all-new. Ramblers for 1961 .,.

Wear EverCLEANSER Chromex (Bucket ) against and all them other or persons either of claimingany them, \1 .N\: '.. ,. .' ,. the broadest selection of smart compact cars in the world. Three
PADS 15c right, title, or interest %:
Water Heaters, reg. $6.50, now, $2.50 j whatever in or to the following ,.,I. '. 'J'>' distinct sizes the Economy Compact the Rambler Ammcpp
Gal. lands situate in Starke, Bradford
Blue Ribbon Cream County, Florida, to-wit: i "'. .,} ', the All-Purpose Compact-Rambler Classic the Luxury
Oil Cans in the
$1 I A parcel of land lying '. .
Flexible SpoutMEASURER Metal Polish reg. $1.10, now 85c I i Northwest Southwest quarter quarter ((NW4)SAIV>4) of of '. 1- .'J-.I r."'., Compact-Ambassador V-8 by Rambler. # .

Ii I Section K, Township 6 South. : > The Service Department, staffed by skilled mechanicsi8<.
S' .
- 73c LEATHER GUN CASES I Range 22 East, in the City of .:. ...:: :" : : > : |
'. .:. ,' equipped with the most modern tools and equipment to give fast,
Qt.? Mason '.' :\ .
Jumbo Size 48 and 50 : -" : .' efficient service all'makes of cars. ,J
{: :: on i *
Jar Lids 21c ,Reg. 3.98 & 5.98 now 3.58 & 5.38 ; PARR'SBargain H ;;,L > Used car buyers will find a wide choice of Select Used-Cars of "

Jar Rubbers 5c Stevens Model 311 Reg. $69.50 .,. ,} ,';;>':.: 'l;,...{-,_ :, .. many makes and, models-all reasonably priced.
For Bird Cages Center l I ,'\ '- > You are cordially invited to visit your new Rambler Dealer .
Dbl. Barrel Shotgun reduced to 61.00 : i ': y -
Feeders & Waterers 20c ." :\ ': today. Take advantage of the high trade-in allowances he'is giving. '

Paring Knives Remington 16 Ga. Model: Sportsman,58 : 2 mi. S. Starke-VS 301 J 1 ,':, as part of his special "Get Acquainted" offer.

Perfecto Mason Jar Regular $136.45 : i t I "' "" > '.... ..->.',. .;.?

Auto. Loading Shotgun 120.00 1'/ !L <:.: '/-'- "'-""''' IL ....
P".m.'N: '
WRENCH 65c now New With ChairsDinette I I ;- __ ".::1', ""'. ,). :O.i!} < ''. : "'"; <.
I i; "<>".__ ," .,.".... .. :x .d. I if(' .tX ... -.>-
Sprinkler Attachments Remington Single Shot Bolt Action Model 514 68.00 I : .-,...-'' .',- #- -- t ," .. ';--:

For Garden Hose 75c 22 Rifle reg. 18.95 reduced to 16.50 I II I' t .I .
Golden Fleece I Complete Bedroom 11 ti4

SCOUR CI..OTHS,3..JOc Clothes Hamper, reg. 9.98 now 8.00 i: Suite 65.00 I I I i t ,

Allen Handi-Kit Socket Including Mattress and II Ir r .
And Wrench Sets reg. $4 Reg. $3.98 and $1.98 ,! Springs I

Plastic Waste Baskets 1.98 & 1.25 -
Meat\ Cleaver, Reg. $3.25 -
I New 9 12 Linoleum ,, '
Hand FruitJUICERS ,. ...a iras+,a a. ,
Plastic i Reg. $2.98
Reg. $I i Rug 5.95Refrigerator
Clothes ,Baskets, reg. 2.98, now 2.00 I _
Fee Cube

CRUSHERS Reg. $1 Wire Baskets,'reg. $1.55, now 50c : 98.00
With Freezer Unit
: I I

Master" : Complete"3Pc. Set ..
Reg. $22.00 "Toast Reg. $15.10 I a

Tile Remover Tool $11.50 Electric Heater, now $12.10 Bath Room 98.00 I ,

Reg. 40c and 25c : Including Fittings I I Ii

Funnels now 32c & 20c Sunbeam Reg. $9.95 Tappan 4-Burner I i- s. -

I ;
All Garden and Sprinkler Mixmaster,. now $7.00 Gas Range 49.50I I t." J .-

Hose 20" OFF I!

"Arvin" Instant Reg. $10.70 Galv. Mop Reg. $5.15 and $12.65 DOORS :I :.joT"-- ...

Electric Heater, now $7.70 Wringer Pails 3.43 & 8.43 :If f -. .

New .
----7.50 > .
j I ;. ,, ... .
: "' { 4. f".i..f 1! <
I Used 2.00 to 3.00 :RArIlB IE'R'-Wor'I. d Standard l Of Compact Car EXc :[ nre:

BRADFORD BUILDING SUPPLY. ,.__ h ; _1. ,_ .... r "'. ;. f "
301 E. Call Street Phone 964-5291 10.00 to 49.50 POT D.ME ROPOLITAN415OO' ." : 1.
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) SUNDAY SERVICES MAYOR'S COURT : or either of them, and 'all other .
(I CHRISTIAN CHURCH I I persons claiming any right, titleor '- !
Just seven cases were tried' interest whatever in or to the '

Carl Clarke, Minister before Mayor W. T. [Billy> ] following County lands Florida situate, to-wit in Bradford : I'

10:00: a. m. Bible School l Jackson in Mayor's Court this: PARCEL lThe N% of NWU
I of NWU- of Section 8, Township :
11:00 a. In. Worship and Com- W L' '
7 South Range 22 East. Scilixil Supp1isT
munion. Galen Gladstone Marshall, I PARCEL 2:. W 4 of SW 4 of
.... """' cs1 vvxPRESBYTERIAN ,
'IiiIIII running red tiiht, forfeited SWU South, of Range Section.22 5 East., Township 7

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH bond of $12.50. PARCEL 3: That portion of
Methodist Church CHURCH LawteyA. Claude B. Hardee reckless lots 5, 6. and 7 of Davis Brothersand
Barry D. Van Deventer, Truby' Subdivision as per
driving, fined $37.50; sentence plat thereof' recorded in Deed

Schedule for week of Octo- Minister .. E. Massey, Pastor suspended and put on 60 day Book E, Page 680 of the public
390 N. Cherry St. Bible school 10 records of Bradford County
a. m.
*rl: day probation.
Florida lying East of State Road]I
t Preaching, 11 a. m. Leon Griffis, reckless driv- No. 200 and any portion of lots I
S Church
,Sunday School. The men of the First Presbyterian Evening: Service 7:30 3 and 4 of said subdivision lying ., .. '

j:45): a. m. Morning Worship t Church met last Bible and p. m. ing, fined $37.50; sentence East'. of said state road and .. ,; .:-.., '. ,,;;.-, '_? ....1r. .:. ..
Study Prayer within the -
I suspended and put on 60 day Northerly 215 feet "
la. YF Council
m. meetingt
week with Bob Reed presiding of the X% of NEU of. Section
,, the church. 4 p. m. Dine-A- ., and elected the follow- :Meeting 7:30 p. m. Wednes probation. 7, Township 7 South, Range 22 I

snack for MYF.p. day. Mary Barnes> disorderly East, EXCEPTING therefroip T
J.tte! supper ing officers for the coming any portion of the following de-

m. Youth Meetings, 6:30: year: Fritz Kramer, president; conduct, forfeited bond of cribed property lying therein, :
b. m. Junior Choir rehearsal j David Montgomery, vice presi- EXECEPTION 1: From the r

p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 dent; Larry Hardin secretary; Frances Shanks, disorderly *SW Corner of Lot 11, Davis ,

fi. conduct, forfeited bond of Bros. & Truby's Subdivision. as .' .
m. The
John Mixon treasurer. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; per plat thereof recorded inDeed :
will be held Book E at Page 680 of the .;.. ..
Monday Circle 2 will meet next meeting Morning Worship 11 -a. m. r 1<" ,... I
L. Hines. current public records of Bradford ," -._
Negro 't ,
!J.t Fellowship Hall 3 p. m. October 18. Evangelistic services 7:30 p. County, 'Florida run West : .. -.
possession of moonshine 130 feet more or less to East I\ .>.t(!. ."
4dra. Nell Andrews and 1.lrs.rC. The Youth Fellowship elec- m. :"
whiskey fined $47.50. l line of right of way of State '" ., f'
Wade, hostesses. Official ted the following officers fort 'Come, let us reason to- Highway No. 13 for point of be- \I'
; meeting 7:30: p. m. I the coming year: Jimmyi gether. : Sam Bennett, Negro driving ginning, thence run Northerly {\
I .. while license was revoked, along the East line of right 'of "
Circle 1 willJneet i Dowling president; Sally : *_ forfeited bond way of State Highway 'No. 13 a I : '.
of $77. :
in Fellowship Hall 10 Hardin, vice president; Mark distance of 786 feet, thence run '
Rotary Easterly and parallel with South I Famous
it., m. Mrs. T. H. Slade and I Jackson, secretary- treasurer; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I line of.said Lot 11 to the East I

)>Irs": W. S. Slade hostesses. Mary SChmitt social chair- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME property line of said Davis Brps.i _
& Truby's subdivision, thence
Notice is hereby given I
; Wednesday Circle 3 will i man. Grid SecretsBHS the undersigned under the that provisions -I I 1 run Southerly along the East : ESTERBROOK
[ property line of said Davis Bros.
eel of Chapter 20,953. Laws !
at home of Mrs. Buford
head football coach Len- of I & Truby's Subdivision to theSE _
Services for the week are as : Florida. Acts of 1941, will ,
tchell State Farm, 10 a. m. register with ] Corner of Lot 12 thereof
nard Register let down his the Clerk of the I
follows: Circuit J hence run Westerly along the
Court, in and for Brad- ,
yer Meeting and Bible crew cut at the Rotary Club ford County. South line of said Lots 12 and
Choir Florida Fountain Pens
Thursday practice
upon re-
p tardy, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday and disclosed here- ceipt of proof of publication of I 11 and a projection thereof to .
8 point of beginning.
p. m.Sunday this notice, the fictitious name I _
t Thursday Chancel Choir tofore deep, dark secrets ol of Sue's Poultry Farm, under 1 EXCEPTION 2: Commencing
t ehearsal. 7:30: p. m. PrayerVDroup Sunday School, pre-game maneuvers that go which we are engaged in business i, at South line of NW;, of NEUr i Plus Tax
of Section 7, South,
9:45: a. m. Morning Worshipand at Graham Florida Township With Anv Point
of the Woman's SoIety World-Wide Communion into making up the average B. T, Thomas and his wife ': Range 22 East where said line .',
: meets in Fellowship Hall. Friday night high school football Sue H. Thomas, owners; 436 inteseots the East side of the
service 11 a. m. Congregational Water St. P. right of way of State Road No.
.>:::30 a. m.SOUTHSIDE. spectacle. starke Fla. O. Box 1022, 13 and run Northerly along Eastside ,
Meeting 12:10.: Youth Fel of said road .786 feet for Of Your Choice .
Dated this
lowship. 6:30: p. m. Register who was intro- tember A. D. nth 1961.day at of Starke Sep. t point of beginning, 'thence run /(: .. '
duced East 150 feet thence Northerlyand r ,.- ... ',' .
by BHS principal HughB. Bradford County, Florida. ,..t- .
parallel with.said road 150 I r?-_ J
CHURCH OF Ingram, described tech- __ 9U 10-12 -
LAUREL MISSIONARYBAPTIST feet; thence run West 150 feet to t ,..j.
1 CHRIST niques used in scouting other Ia fie CIreilt Court Of Florida said road right of way thence : .

S ml S. en 301. CHURCH teams, as well as swapping For Eighth Bradford Judicial Circuit Coaotr.la And la Southerly way 150 .feet along to point said of right begin-of (Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95) .2"j J. :_.:.

I Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor movies with other coaches in Chancery ning, said lot being in N% of

ti4'Sunday; Assembly-Bible Worship Classes 10 with a. Sunday School and Worship order to get the lowdown onopponents' Plaintiff Elizabeth vs. J. C.Ross Maxwell Maxwell, De':' NEVi South,of Range Section%2' East Township_ 7 Points Available: Shorthand, Bookkeeping, General. Writing, : .

lhe Lord's 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. plays. He said that fendant. GREETINGS: You are hereby .
Supper, 11 a. m. a'suit
Evening Assembly Worship;, Tuesday Prayer Meeting- actually there' are only six TO NOTICE: J. C. Maxwell TO DEFEND, whose rest has notified been that brought. against in equity you Student, Signature C' Jb, and Others. i
hours of
practice time between dence and each'of you.as: defendantsby
address Is
SO unknown.
: p. m. 7:30 p. m.Saturday.
George F, Guethleta, as plain
are hereby notified thata
"WednesdayBible ClaapM Church Services games and that it takes fast complaint for divorce has tiff in the above entitled Court I

:30 p. In. I 7:30: m. action on the part of everyoneto been filed against you; and you and cause that the.relief soughtin 1
p. are required to serve a copy of the said suit is to remove i
i learn everything possible your answer or pleading to the clouds from and Ijufet and confirm I
complaint on Plaintiff's at the plaintiffs: title to the :'. .
about an opponent and be ready torneys. ADKINS AND JEN above described.lands as an indefeasible !

One Quart or Call onFREE I to meet the offense by Friday Gainesville KINS, 224 ,S.Florida W Second, and'Avenue file agalnstthe fee-simple claims title of you thereto and- NoTEBoOKS : .

I night. the original answer or pleading I each of you; and"YlU are hereby c
summonsed, ordered and required
in the office of the Clerk of the
Of Extra Cost I As for his current production Circuit Court, on or before the : to file your answers or de
23rd day of October. 1961. If fenses to the Complaint in said
With Each Register said the team fail to do you cause in the office of .the under- ,
so, default
Judgment by Red and White ;
One You Buy. lacks the experience and bal will be taken against you signed Clerk of the Circuit .. ; I
for the relief demanded in the Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit ; ,
ance of last year's squad but with HI" .
complaint. at Starke/Bradford County, "BRADFORD. S y
he is hoping for another con DONE AND ORDERED at Florida on .or"before the 30th

Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.9$ Gal. ference championship.The Starke of September, Florida 1961., this 14th day a day copy of OctoberM961 thereof on and Theron to serve A. Printed on Cover, Plus Tax.

in CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk Yawn, Jr. plaintiffs attorney
program was chargs
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Circuit Court whose address is: Post Office ,
of Robert Barksdale. Bradford County, Florida Drawer. 791, Stfrke, Florida, on .

501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588z Dr. A. J. Barry was inducted (SEAL By.Dorothy) W. Falling. D. C. or before the laws.said of date Florida, as 'and requiredby theProcedure.

I into the club as a new member ADKINS AND JENKINS Florida Rules'of'.Civil Reg. lOc Crusader Notebook Paper-3 for 25c

". -.. .. "C p .." _. .. _:- I at this meeting. Gainesville 224 S. W. ,2nd Florida Avenue confesso It you fail will.to do be,so entered, a decree againstyou pro .. ..
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.' Attorneys for Plaintiff for the relief. demanded. in ;. ,

t XOTICE 9-21 4t 10-12 the IT Complaint.this IS Ordered HEREBY,Notice ORDEREDthat shall Reg. '25c-: '.iCprapition Books -20c each..

Barksd 's ELECTION -OFThree Super- be published >once\each week ; ,
i visors 'For Terms Of Tour Years for four con ecuUv weeks, "in the .,. ... .
Each For Bradford Soil Conservation : Bradford Coun.tyTelegraph., a -I.t,
District. newspaper published ,to Bradford :
____ October 17, 1961 County. Florida and having ageneral ., ..; '
Pursuant to the Soil Conservation circulation, in said T-.* ;c'- -. '

Act, Chapter 582, Florida county A ... "" ,
4 Statutes of 1949 and Chapter Witness, my" hand as Clerk of ..
28094 of 1953, notice is hereby I said Circuit': CourT Bradford r '-
given of an election to be held County fiQrld-and' -the seal of ,
on October 17, 1961 for the election said Court at Starke, Bradford : 'i

terms of of three four(3)(4)supervisors years each.for County Se.ltember.,1961, Florida this 27th day of SEE IT! TRY IT! ; : :,

Polling Places) (SEALS ). ,
J. L. Waters Grocery Lawtey, '- ) Charles A., Darby -,:.:, :
Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court of .

Farm Forester Office, Starke- Bradford County, Florida ... .' J .4 .
FRIDAY SATURDAYAt Florida Theron A. Yawn, Jr. :. tL. :. ', .1. r d
Colson's Store. Brooker Florida Post 'Office Drawer 791 ,.: ., ...
Polling places) will be open Starke Florida a .
our temporary loca- between the hours of 8:00: A. M. Attorney for. Plainiffs ..
and 5:00 P. M. 9-28 4t-10-19 '
tion-Next to Alvarez All qualified electors residinwithin B .. :J: .
the District shall be eligi NEWEST .
ble. to vote in this election.
Store. I A qualified elector as definedin
I II the Florida Soil Conservation -
!I Act includes any person qualifiedto
vote in general elections un
Nice Selection der the Constitution and Stat
utes of this state who is also a
$ landowner .In the herein named
district.M. PORTABLE
0. Watkins, Administrator r. I
Ladies Dresses rq
1 State Soil Conservation Board x
t t __ 9-28 2t 10.in -5 .

Final Clearance I County Judge' Court la And TYPEWRITER l ,
r I For Bradford County Florida.la .
Estate of .
rei ,
of Summer Styles RICHARD M. BEISE. dec. x -
creditors of the estate of .
I Richard M. Beise. deceased are .

I file hereby any notified claims and or required demands to I .

Ladies Dresses-Fall Styles I II which they may have against ., WORLD J. J/
said estate in the office of the JJI ,,''
county judge of Bradford County .
s sx J /
I I Florida in the courthouse at +
,S d Florida. within eight
Sr i Starke
ONE--HALF PRICE! calendar months from the date r
11 of the first publication of this
I notice. Each claim or demand
II must be In writing and.must
I stale the place or residence and #
post-office address of the claim
I ant and must be sworn to by the w
Save One Fourth I claimant, his agent or his alto
Come In AndSEE i ney. or it will become void according .
to law.September .
27th 1961.
on Children'sand .. I /sMary Ann Beise EASYIi I
MARY ANN BEISE. Administra.
Ladies' :w I II i tor of the Estate of Richard M.Beise Stenographer's :
I deceased.
Posture Chair
First Publication on September '
00.n I 2-3. 1961.
It __ 542 (t 10-19 1 ,
f Sweaters 32.95 ,
OURTable .t'
; la The Circuit Court Of The
Eighth Judicial Clreait Of > ANY ANGLE .
Florida la And For BradfordCoaaty. ( NEW 1--
: la Chancery. AS GOOD LOOKING .
CHANCERY :>O. 1 1s-ea4
Plalatlft. p' ',
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MEN'S AND BOYS'HUNTING Vals.' to- 2.95 JAMES CLERK, etYDefeadaata. ::-.: .. \
; : .. Here's a portable that's ALL NEW .-:. fasfcb : ",\

CAPS :' '." FIRM SUIT" TITLE TO QUIET AM CON .' and, outl! Galarie gives better typing with less ,

N $ ORDER NOTICE OF PTJBUCAION TO DEFEND AND ts < effort than ever before. Trace its modem lines. '

la Florida The, Kaate'P.tValentine Of The State Of Try its responsive touch. You'll see why ,the -. .

R. Prevatt; Hulda I Smith-Corona Galarie is everything you ever .. ,

WINTER CAPS Prevatt; Alice L. Johns; Mary ,;. "
T C. A. Johns also known as Mary dl wanted in a portable. .
C. A. Brown individually and 'n ,
guardian of Leonora Alice Johns,
-a minor, and as administratrix : .. '
of the estate of Leonora' Alice ." .
Men's Knit Men's & Boys' Johns deceased; Jacob Clifford i iii : ."
b Brown; Millard P. Brown individually .- s FREE: ... from Smith-Corona :.._ -'

Polo Shirts and .as guardian and I with Smith-Corona portable. A .' : .- ;
: next friend,, of Jacob Clifford every ...
: l Jackets' Laura Brown Judd a minor; Frances Sarah A Fullmer"Meech; '. fi complete touch typing course on ...: :

Rose Rice; Lucia Curtis; J. M. .... /tar records! **-IOS .. ..; :
Truby; William H. Davis; And VMUf ,
$1 : One Third rew Jackson: E. Strong; T. R, Executive Chair \ tr
: ., Sweat and his wife Mollie V. I ,... .. .7 .
: '..;"..-:-." .: Sweat: James Clerk; J. C. An ,. .' .-'}..<.$;>.-.... .
.' drea and his wife. Klzzlab D. 60.45 I : :fi '
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< I Andrea;.Mrs. Robert Mills; Ro .
Values to $3 : .. .
: 1 bert..A. Mina; May: D. Mills; Ida -,
O Brown alive, and It any of See.It-.ItTry:: .o : ;

the above .named persons be .:' '. ; 'r ,
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dead, then his unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, grantors, lain .. 11 '"
BARKSD. E'S ova; creditors successors In Interest ; .J : .
or other persons claiming BRADFORD COUNTY lEEGRAPff
any inerest in the hereinafter
< described property by, through, Bradf (fCounty. : ,
trader or against each such deceased
j' and all other persons
Next to Alvarez Store During Rsiii1g. ojateiac'any Interest in the property TELEGRAPH. ,
entnaUt described, b y, : : '
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,.FLORIDA, THURSDAY SEPT. 28 1961Let's ::-tL ? '; .
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Hams and' at White Sand Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. and day night. .
,replace the bucket. stems and irregular spots on son John Green and Terrel
.Q. GoGardening But don't\ throw it away. In- the leaves. Lower leaves are'' Lake ,near Keystone Heights family. They were here to attend Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickeryand I Green have returned to the

i"; stead, nail the pail to the gar- usually affected first. Later r Sunday. the Thomas-Wood' wed- David of Gainesville visit-
University of Florida in Gainesville
fi age wall, bottom first and use the leaves turn yellow and fall. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kelley ding Saturday night. ed Mr. and Mrs. Earl!: Green I

it for a watering hose storage Some areas of the fallen .. and sons 6f Waldo visited Olan Polk was confined to and family Sunday afternoon. i for the fall semester.

rack. The sloping sides of thepail leaves remain green. :Mrs. Rosa Kelley and Mrs. Bradford, County Hospital in I .
keep the coil of hose neat- Other symptoms Include Rosa Pinholster Sunday after Starke last week with an ap- .
By Hervey Sharpe ly in place. bark sloughing from the plant HurqessMoftr noon. pendectomy. His, condition is, "DOLLARS AND --SENSE'
Florida Agricultural Be 'sure to:locate! the hose and roots, death of the new ly Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan improving satisfactorily.Mrs. .
Extension Service rack in an out-of-way place so shoots decline and death to PONCA. of Gainesville visited Mr. and J. H.-Sullivan,and son. ARE YOU A

Time spent new_ readying- that it will not become a fender the plant. '' Mrs. J. H.'Sullivan and family Jerry and Mrs. Mattie Barry
up tools and implements will! scraper or a head bumper. Plant Pathologist H. N,Miller Wherein summer takes its, to our loved ones it Is dreadfully -: Friday night. were visiting in Bell Thursday.: ,

save, time later hen fall gardening When the tool-fitting and with the Agricultural Experiment flight the sumac boasts its hard to be happy. Then Miss Sue McDavid.has returned Mrs. Sullivan's mother Mrs. DO.ITYOURSElf

program gets in full storage inventory activities are Stations has been red'seed heads from the hill- ones duties are doubled and to Valdosta State College Mary Willis returned with
I swing. completed, check your garden unable to discover the cause sideand the tired dusty one cannot help but worry and in Valdosta, 'Ga. for the them for a few;days visit.

Sharpen all cutting tools- plants. of the disease. He thinks that leaves begin to fall. lose ones appetite. Now I am fall 'semester.J Mr. and Mrs Charles E.
Some of the plants black splash could be causedby Wait not till tomorrow's thankful that those days EXTERMINATOR !
taking out the nicks and gaps; I may sun so Mr., and,,:Mrs. R. A. Guest Wood of Lakeland and Mr.
,oil and adjust the mechanical! have taken on a new look poor nutrition waterlogged Beams upon the way. are over and no matter, what and daughters of Nashville, and Mrs. Lynn Bowers of
helpmates such as the,lawnmower while you were away on vaca- soil or heavy infestationof All that thou canst call thine the future has in'store,'I shall Clearwater were weekend
Ga., Mr. andMrs.: L. Hardee
; and replace,the broken tion. Most of them will look Until root-knot nematodes. 'Own lies in thy "today"; always, thank God for past,I of Jacksonville and Sammy guests of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd I. IF SOIT'S
::tools--such as the crumpled better after a rest from over- the, cause of black Power intellect and health happy days. I Fletcher of Lakeland were Wood. They also attended the I
,rake you backed the car over. care but a few of them may spalsh is known. Dr. Miller May not last- Since life is brief, we need weekend guests of Mr. and Thomas-Wood wedding Satur- COSTING,
If the be ailing.Be says that pruning out the ailing So the mill can never grind to, make it bright. ,
leaky water pail is wood and improving the With water that is past. Then keep the old king's --- -
causing to alert to an ailment of YOU MONEY!
,you xt a fast pace growing'condi ions will be '
to reach the other side of the hibiscus. It is known as "black Sarah Doudney.. motto well in sight. '

. garden with a full cargo then splash.Symptoms are elongated helpful.The next few weeks are the The above poem is old. Mostof Let is meaning permeate'each CHANGE OF ," ;
have heard of last
black spots on young us the day. I' .
r best for planting choice annuals two lines. "So the mill can Whatever comes "This 'too ,

AMBULANCE IC I J Florida.in most sections of never grind with water that is shall pass away.." OPENING TIME
( past." I recall my mother repeating How true the little poem.
PHONE 964-2600 Start by spading or plowingthe those words. So the Gods bless you all and when ,

DeWitt C. Jones land three of four weeks summer is gone. When you next I write it;will.be October.. 1 i
Funeral l Home AT
planting time. Rework I
I. I read ,this it will be golden All my love: Mother LURA .
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director the soil to secure a fine firm Auutumn. Always I have lived .

.Starke, Ra seedbed.The amount and kind each day at a time and tried VTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYTBROOKER FLORIDA THEATREAND ",
will depend on the soil. On I .
t RENTAL SERVICES not to worry about tomorrow. ,..AND COULD COST YOU LIVES.
Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches I sandy soil try up to four Live, each day tc its fullest.Appreciate ,: w
I pounds of a garden fertilizerper loved ones you live Pest control fe not on expense. It's on investment.
100 square feet of soil. ,with look about me at the that yields big returns. "
Manures are excellent for beauties of By Shirley Green PARK THEATRE
II gardens but not nature the Changing j" For each and donor you invest in pest control
Support are a complete seasons and the children 4......A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMrs every
I fertilizer. The best buy growing up. Life is beautiful I you may save hundreds, even thousands.

for.your money is a fertilizer and'lots of good people in this J. H. Sullivan and children Effective October 2 the opening schedule DON'T GAMBLE e
: that contains ,
PRIVATE ENTERPRISE nitrogen phosphorus world. One does not hear much and Mrs. Mary Willis of
I potassium and a number Florida Pest Control employs nine graduate en-
about, the good teenagers. I Bell visited :Mr. and Mrs. Al- .
of minor plant food elements is as follows: tomologists, men thoroughly trained in the use of
was especially happy to hear bert Willis in Jacksonville
t from ,our Editor's beautiful I Sunday.Mr. dangerous chemical
,The Principle Which Made Our If you douse. manure on the daughter Mary Agnes. God and Mrs. Guy Pinholster t MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
garden this fall be to add
sure has not created finer I
visited Mrs.
a of Jacksonville
I about 2& pounds of I Box Office Opens 4:45 P. M.\
Country Great! super- ',w.oman, who now attends the Rosa Pinholster Sunday after- --F_
phosphate to each 25 pounds : University of Florida. So I am noon. Feature Starts 5:00 P. M. *
'1 of manure and work this into I ,
speaking out to tell the world Mrs. Rhoda Wiggins of
I WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS each 100 square teet of.garden I of her her goodness and beau- Jacksonville visited Mrs. SATURDAY

area.Here ty. I am speaking for my Amanda Lewis and friends pie"
Think are some annuals that grandson in college who is good here Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Box Office Opens 12:45 P. M.
I can be planted now. The list and handsome and honest and and Mrs. T. W. Markey i "
SLADE GAS includes alyssum baby's Feature Starts 1:00 P. M. AND
: truthful There are many more visited :Mr .and Mrs. R. K. .
: breath blue-eyed African daisy -'I like them:They believe in God Dukes in Lake Butler Sunday r t r MICAL CO
browallia butterfly flower
and the future of our country. afternoon. SUNDAYBox

j" '. Your Business is Appreciated calendula calliopsis, candytuft Today: is theirs and the future Miss Mary Jane Bigham and

cape-marigold carnation of our country lies in these Stanley Green entertained Office Opens 1:45 P. M.
Chinese forget-me-not cornflower young hands tomorrow. It will Billy .Bigham and Joe Green
I .. Starts 2:00 P. M. !
Flora's paintbrush'f Feature 352 W. Madison St. Phone 964.3965
be safe.
1 God bless them as : with a,trip to,the,zoo and also
I .
painted-tongue pansy phlox,I II I they go about their studies the movies in Jacksonville .
pink snapdragon statice, and work each day. Sunday to help celebrate their i -
I stock and verbena.If The wind is blowing today.I birthdays. -

camellia seeds are ripe washed out things; that were Mrs ,J. H. Sullivan Virgie
they can be planted in flower dirty this morningThe wind and John Register'were'visit- '

MIL pots or flats-or in the openif and sun soon-duffed them and' ing Betty Haiiwanger and NEW

; they are protected from rod- now they are ironed. Mrs. Hazel Hart in Jackson:, WIN
: :; "I ents. Nick the seeds with a We had a woman 87; across ville last week. :'," 20 FALCON
file to hasten germination because the street at the Nursing Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hinton

; it takes a I considerable Home fall.and bleak her hip. and,daughter of New Orleans .
time for moisture to penetrate Doff quickly took her to thehospital La. were-weekend guests of K,s' HE SQUIRES !

; ;I U .. gaL92c the hard seed coat. Camellia but she died !before Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and : ,
\ seedlings make excellent stocks midnight. We had: her funeral family. ,' : TO BE GIVEN AWAY NATIONALLY
for grafting those choice varieties Saturday and Frederick got (Miss Linda Green has return F 4 -

you like. home from college in time to ed to Florida Southern? College I TMrnrn'
1 : Ice Cream Trim hibiscus If they are help.I in Lakeland for the fall < J
am baking whole wheat home ,_ I, '
getting straggly. Trimmingthe semester. 'She was also 'f'
leggy branches forces new bread. shall soon put it in for the weekend.Mr. ,r

4 Eggs Bread growth and stimulates flower the pans and make out a pan and Mrs. T. W. Markey
trim (of rolls to bake and eat hot "
production. But don't and Mrs. Iva Douglas' were .
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I. azaleas ,or camellias until with .butter and honey. Thatis in Gainesville on business I c :" ":",.'" -
lyogtoddict Cottage CheeseOr after flowering next spring. good for supper. I drink Friday.Mr. Ptt .
flaunt gitarica milk too and I always say. and Mrs. Dave Green
Cant jitt.rbugliU SEVENTH DAY "Land of milk and honey' and :Mrs. Mamie Hodges visit-
Amilk-f.dcint noroa! Orange JuiCCWE ADVENTIST CHURCH Ha! That is what my Father ed Mr. and ':Mrs. Alex Wil-

Sabbath School [Saturday] used to say. He had bees and

9:30: a. m. Morning Worship had our,own noney. It had : __I, I _
1 s i 11 a. m. Located between WJ- such ,a delicious flavor. I now IF-_ _

I son Road and Griffis Loop. have a gallon of cream to let :f
1 IE. L. Marley pastor. Phone get ,slightly sour and churn.
9641324. Whoopee! Life takes on mean-
ing and a festive air when
TIlE RIGHT POINT for the some of the old is mixed with HAVEHUN6R.YHU8BYSDINKIER

way you write. Come in and ,the new in life. How about it? 'READYWITH .
select your favorite ESTER- ,HELPFUL HINTS. When a
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- fuse is dead and needs replacing I INSTANT 'HEAT -

.I GRAPH. ',: I turn on a light or hookup GAS, CLEAN AND STEADY
I I the vacuum cleaner so AT '

1 STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY when replaced I get the the sweeper old dead which fuse Iflip II YOUR

on will start whirring. FORD
Add a grated potato to your I SEORD PIRST

L meat loaf. It, is better than DEALER'S
cracker crumbs. Replace lost
-AUTO BODY SHOPMack's AUTO RADIATOREd J. B. Wright collar stays with pipe cleaners.

Body Shop Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE RASPBERRY: PIE. I use
STATION canned black raspberries this
a BODY & FENDER REPAIRS RADIATOR SERVICENew time of year. Drain off the
SERVICE Complete Auto Service, ; CONTEST.\
COLLISION Ceres Rodding juice gently using two cans
Tires Batterles..AoeessodeaElectric ; wwa.ar.... _
1\ Painting Matching Flushing Crank Shaft of berries for a 9-inch pie. ,
FREE ESTIMATES I Grinding 542 Madison 969-2801 To the juice add 1% cups \HERE NOW-1962 I FORDS

M Phone 969-2405 Lawn Mower Motors Repaired AUTO TIRES sugar and 2 tablespoons flour } FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE RULES AND YOU, ,MAY,BE,A LUCKY WIXNEA!
; Phone 964-0154 and a chunk of butter. I cook
2033 N. Temple Starke 18 old or older, is eligible to participate
So. Walnut, Starke that ,on a burner until thick, The 1962 Galaxie by Ford..a new standard of automotive (1) Anyone years except
I Starke Recap Co.Pappy Ford Dealers'employees and their fa"! leard Motor Company
then gently pour it over the quality. It's silent as a secret swift as a rumor. And it'sbeautifully
AUTOMATIC AUTO SERVICE Eoulston Owner MIr. Sales Department personnel and their families-R. L Polk and
berries. Make a good rich'pie built to be more service-free. Routine service: is Company employees and their families-and members of the Ford
TRANSMISSION Recapping for Cars &; Tracks dough and use two crusts.1 reduced a minimum-30,000 miles on many items. Dealers'and Ford Motor Company's advertising agencies and their

Tanner's Dodd's Service & ONE DAY SERVICE This is Don's favorite pie. 6.000mJles, on the rest. Galaxie and Galaxie/500 cars families. (2) Should eligibility of an entry be questioned the
NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS 1 believe Don is better. His with Thunderbird elegance ,Thunderbird power! decision of the judges will be final. (3) AH entries must be sub-
a :Gulf ServiceGULF Auto Sales AUTO-LITE BATTERIES carbuncle is not well but he mitted on official contest entry forms available only at Ford

PRODUCTS Phone 964-0221 says it!snot so sore.The cores APT. SIZERANE ,The 1962 Ford Falcon.. more from the car America loves Dealerships in the U.S.A.The contest period shad begin with the
135 N. Temple, Stub;'J of business Friday.September 29/1961,and end with
Complete Automatic GENERAL REPAIRING are not all but. but soon most. Now there are 13 wonderful Falcon models including opening on
TTBT'.., tQn.s International LifetimeMufflers should be. He 12 eating better L '. the brand-new Falcon Deluxe Club Wagon (offers twice the the dose of business on Saturday November 11. 1961. Entries

| Service and Repair FARM SUPPLIES 'and:has a tonic he takes. He ..' cargo room of big wagons).You get top.economy along with deposited after that date will be ineligible for prizes(4)This eon
Nebraska and
test is'void in Wisconsin, Missouri Connecticut.
All Makes FIRESTONE drives now and is getting : this big. new choice of models. too *. with, an,improved Law
For _. wherever else prohibited or restricted by (S) Entries will be
I Phone 964-2321 Tires Batteries Accessories Brownlee, & ..' stronger. lam out on the back ,,. 'version of the famous Falcon Six. : judged on accuracy,neatness and clarity. Ties will be broken by
663 N. Temple Stake 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 ChasteenSEEDS sun porch. It is warmer today. ; a random drawing by R. L. Polk and Company, and their decision
,' I Last week was chilly. The COLUMBUS The'all-new& Falcon Squire :only compact- 'wagon of its will be final' Winners will be notified by approximately four
AUTO 'PARTS Starke "66" Service FEEDS nights get cool and are delightful ;' ; 'I kind!.With.its smart: woodlik trim,the Falcon Squire brings weeks after close of contest. (6) In case a Falcon Squire winnernewsephfstiationtothecompactfield.TheSquireaisogives

FERTILIZERSInsecticides When sickenss comes has purchased a 1962 Galaxie Fairfane, falcon or Thunderbird
Starke Motor BiD Edwards ; .J- only $ you foam-padded_ ,seat cushions,front and rear..a counterbalanced -, during the contest period,that winner has the option of taking the
SPECIALIZE IN -(Crates & Plants I c $8995. tailgate with an electrically' operated rear Falcon Squire or its cash equivalent vaN.{ (man faetwer's sug.window..andthelongestloadspateof6nycompactwagon .

Parts Co., ,Inc. BRAKE SERVICE "Your Friendly I : gested retail delivered price). f.,"' Uu ,:;

Farm Supply store"Cur. r&d .
year Local I Wheel Balancing &; Alignment 10th &; Cherry SWELDINGGARAGE tart I Plus :, REGISTER AT ANT ,FORD NAUR'S THROUGHOUT FLORIDA,* AND .IH THIS GEORGIA CCUailU \ '
NAPA Phone 964-8881 bc o.a.c.m, .. .
Jobber For 617 N. Temple Starke J '
Cor. Brownlee &; dark I TF


.AEarl' Standard OO Service Station Electric and Acetylene Wd3b ,REPAIRS SCMiNOLE, '.TATTNAU< TtLf AJfl,. THOMAS .-Tin TOOMBS TBOTLEN TURNER WARE WAYKl..VHiaiS" WOXTH \.. '

1 Garage ,, Hare Welder W1H'Travel! 'AH Work Guaranteed. '

r AUTO REPAIR WORK TIRES '& BATTERIES Work Guaranteed 142,W. CaB St.. Y [ i

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KEYSTONE Tuesday Meeting Eiiui f t 1S1':5i'.JU: : .1 at. 'the Old_ Post jcf1ee< was.held at; the home of M i
; KEYSTONE lliUiiGIffS'[ t : ". 1" For. 'itr| ee. LRO.SiE building! Saturday: Oclj3 lijo r : and Mrs. BJ.. Alderma

KALENDAR HeldliGrCoveFune tt.. the benefit of the et1s I Tuesday night

: By ::Blary K. Sckaeffer&ALA1ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ J 11 .. For NewtUJ LEaR At Keystone By ;Mrs. Alice" Eothhammer Church.' S\.. ', .t ,Mrs. Lamar Clough .\

S a! services'ere held &AAAAAAAAAAASAAAAA4AAAA School: New!$ 'j.J i, Gainesville spent last week "
WednesdlJY''afternoon. lastwe'ek : .1f 'Officers for the FPA. 'h'veten S Orandin where she visited hu1
*""* L Thursday, Sept. 28 & .1
I. PTA Has Lively 1'> Meeting prow 54 Who'ga e interesting! S Duplicate' Bridgti Club. S W.e, ow? this town a, city,I for Mrs Minnie'L.Miu' ;; >. M;{;. and Mrs--. Donald; .LeeBeach elected l for ther5 .yearl: I mother, Mrs. J. P. Herring\

The first meeting, the talk': OA our grftw ng enroll a. m., at' Woman's1:Club.. gt@.B9! hall/1 .Mayor' .M. L.. Beasley rhee, who."died ta'tf Palatka f of Tulsa, Okla. are the ;They are:' President, :Edward and her sister, Mrs. Caiil1

1 Keystone Heights PTA, for ment new equipment, numerous Garden duft.'of the,.; Now Under f t1d;and he apparently. echoed nursing home:a 'the, aje'of.8<: I proud. parents of a son born V *nes' Vice 'Pres., J hn : Rye.
the 1961-62 'season was held tap vfin ext.nd things meeting at home. of Way the senUmente of most, the 51)%.was a'lifelong. ? resident of! I Sept. 15 and named Donald Harpe; Secretary, Leroy John-I] Weldon. E. S., and Za .

$; In the" School Cafeteria on still, to.:be done... He said we Emery. Cooper 1 P-njr- 'q!: E eS Ql ri 60 persons ftt a pybjie meeting 'day County, aid"'a', member!| Lee. Jr. Mrs..Beach; the former -' son; "TreasUrer'GeQrge, I I Brantley were business visito:

Thursday evening, S ept, 21. t now have 344 pupils enrolled' Community Church C in Keystone Heights-Tuesdaynight of. the'Hrst! Bapdst Church. 'ofG're .. :Margy. Rothhammer!", (Continued on next Faro) I Iii Hollister last Sunday aftei

The meeting was conducted by at Keystone Spiidbl, and an Practice 7t30: ) p. nv: Registration of freeholdersat /,to'(iiscuss. construction S n' Cove Springs". daughter of Mr. and; Mrs. !'VI'Yv!..,.!!.y.w.. .", I' 'noon.
I Charles L. Tolford, the, new increase' the! 5th trade en-. 'DeMolay meeting, '1::3 'Keystone HeightifTs rhqw of ,a combined city hail and 'Shwtl&thother), of Clay i Qrant Rothhammer.Mr. Starting Oct. 1, the evenm

S president. rpilment would m ke'it necessarY Masonic Hall. underway for' tHes' special> election library. County CommlssicniefOtto J.Murrljee and Mrs. Garland C.Johnson service at Paraa Church wi

; Jdembershij t ) Ch irjnarj: > s. toempioy' another teacher Friday & pt.Rotary 29 to be held ;Tuesday, Oct. Present plans, aje. to submit of,Keystoiie'Heights,: and daughters of Orlando GRANDIN be' moved back to 7:30: p. n

: Dan.Pater& was at aJ.t tabje_ at and'divide'the grade. Of the Luncheon, 24, for the purpose of'apprpvting the question .of the proposed nd1sals, ', itvWedby.:: twograndsons : visited Mrs. Johnson's Trainirig'TJnlon will be at 6 3*

4 the door with"her committee 344 tdtal" ljSfll'ue: '-in grades, '1 Masonic Hall.Football of disappjoylng the.;..city's $23,5 :bun.Ung' to a/vote Q( ; ,, and" four'great-,:! brother-in-law: and.sister.-Mr. By Mrs. Rebecca Brantley.AAAAAAAkAAAALAAAkAAAl for th&duration of the winu

p to 'take annual membership through' 11; the' remainder-1; in! Game with proposed .municipal building .the Keystone freebo14e1"4.in', grandchildren" i and Mrs. L. R. McGee. 1 montblMrl

money and 'sign people. ui 'elementary; ings-home game at progith.S: an election October ,U, According Funeral I : seryijes were held. "-: Bunyon Kelley and George I and Mrs. Thomas :
bortheyear. Mr. Sprow thanked members I tion, 8 p. m. Qnj persons" :who.' own prq-. to City Attorney Myron .... in fae, First Baptist Church at Alderman of Silver Springs are After spending last week in Roberts of Gainesville an
The. secretary, Mrs. Walter of the Boosters Club:for all I Saturday Sept. 30 perty. within the: corporate Prevatt, freeholders mustrerregister. Gf eACav : Sprigs with 'the., visiting, Mr.: Alderman's son- Gainesville and Ocala" Mr.1 I! Mr. R berts' brother, Aifie
: Andrewsen;read the' 'minutes the improvements i in the I{I Eastern Star Banquet, limits- otith&5tn,5; and: who to vote ,in the pAstor, Rev. A. E.; Madaris, in-law and daught r."Mr." and and Mrs. John Grant returned(I RobertA of Orlando. '

ofjthe last meeCihgand: ve a athletic field arid'''k special, munity Church are otherwise qualified to wi{!. special election. to. decide if and.Rev/J; Smith.o::. ,. { Key- Mrs. Pat Giisson' in San to Grandin 1 Saturday nigl}tj j(I visiting Mr. and: Mrs. WeWo WPI( \*

t. short resume of the board thanks'was'] for Dew' Hardaiewho bldg., 6 p. m. may register "for' this special the'town wilj 'float .aTbojid isijg ?- stqne Heights'off1ci ting; Pedro. Calif. They left Monday for Cape ]' Brantley in Grandin la.V'

; meeting held pnojr to this ; was 'largelyj1 responsible Eastern Star Program. referendum. Registration '.to/)!finance :tfce. p.ropose4 1 Active pallbeaiers'.were.Alex 5' Rev. and Mrs. Ray Stead- Canaveral. '. I'II Thursday.

meeting. for the nice grass on the I field. ing, 8 p., m.. Masonic, $ oob.aI.e. : ;: _open, in the, Townffall municipal buiiding. Re-regl- Car;jrell, Al.Jyy, C.1.f.'Burk:" ham spent their vacation In W. C. Burnes and Alverfa I \I-

The president! reminded Mr. 8proWsi: that parents Sunday Oct.. 1 from, 9. a.. m. until 12, tration;:is necessary since,present halter': Jf., 'Lijther, W ,son, South Florida Garnto were recent' visitors in';

women who had''signed upto not catf-.ttie school and ask to Attendyour 'church ,in riooii. Monday through Frida r. %Pf-' carry al]| ; qualfied. Calvin.WJl ps S 'ax4 Ha'roWK Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford Palatka and l :ajtona, Beach' Ceo E laRue.INSURANCE1

I assist .Mrs. Tplfprd in the speak Wit } thVir chiWres. unlesS a. m. During the week. Oct. 3-10, .electors, not*' just freeholders. 3oc5. visited. Mr. and Mrs. John Keneth L. Weaver; fireman .

school clinic this term 'to : In emergem-ies: ; 'There is St. William's Choir the books will be open from 7 ApproXimately' 60 persons Simmons. in Orlando Sunday. with the USN and son of, Tifc t

please be on hand on the days j only .onq; teleph appointed or to let: someone] sphopl: "and pnp .secretary to First Baptist Church through Friday. After October citizens.L.tl quizzeat' length,. will be. assisted, .. 'by 1 .Associate, loway hay as tneir guest Mrs. Florahome -is 'serving"aboard1 Authorized AgentTRASTELERS .!
know in advance,'in ;the yent azswr In"thfe regard he I' People's Choir Practice,- ,:.10,'th '-'bo ksi will be closed: MayorjVJBeasley: ."and. the Key vyprjthy Matron ErnestineEJseijacher Holloway's mother Mrs. Lelia the anti-submarine warfare '
; .
they cannot b there.. said;:It might -de-,i 1Efor the .p. m. Both the husband and the stone Town Council. ; Associate; :"WorthyP kiper of. New Iberia La. support aircraft carrier, USSl

also anounced, that the IrA to consider purchasing Community Church, wife, may vote_ m thf! elections In- respons to.a.. : query by 'Azzie/1Wquaco= ;. ': Mr.,and ]4rs.,K..I. Edwards( sex.. They '1ia>e. been. on.. Insurance Companies' .
Keystone Beta Club girls will an intercom system' or public People meet, 7 p. m. ; if Qualified as freeholders. S. p;. McKay-Keystone; ,realtor, ductress' Bernice Young; Secretary o(Tampa visited: her, parents, summer training cruise. in' "the'North Keystone Heights \
address system 'of some kind, tional bldg.. MayprBe>sey saJ4 he'and. the rEIizabeth' .- Himble; Mr. and Mrs., C. L. Bass. Mrs. Atlantic. ': "' Phone. 4692' *
be'babY-5 tter* In.:*designatedroom .
:. the next meet so' &t ''messages'.'wotld not Monday Oct. 2 .u.u"woUJ" go/along, wIththe Treasurer Thehna Bunce;; ;&Jwa/4s, is the former Miss 4 meeting of. the: aran I k .. ,_ __ \ _
during have''to be ea.rrieZrzn: the Indians Take Ctfapkin'Sara! D. 'McDB ald Bass.Mr.an4Mrs.. .
CIur Susan
of the Community; 'people if they decided ai&lnst .uun
ing. project Mars'halI .
Alken :
Vesta Organist
this will be office to the rooms In the rear of Trustees'l:30; : p. m. ; ;: the:: building. in.. the : ;, "William Singleton '
Beta"Club itiiction.year building l. or clear outto thefieidhouse tional bldg.General election. S 'Evelyn-'Packeit1: Warden' are the parents of a Frazzled Hair {from( Summer Sun1SPECI ?
school be
Edyflie' Nicholson
etc. It would sure- Meeting of S SecQJ14 Loss "Legacy yr& CQ W lo owmoney' ; and' l- daughter Mary Ann, born
Max Mobneyhamj the tit l' H Edward The
efficiency.Another Hussey.
: ly be.an.aidjri in Bradford
of Community Church, : : to finance the.I. building, : Sept.17 CountyHospital.
chairman, Hntrbdiiced 'thing we need is a Five star. rp ,h ts are: Georgia, i .
educational bldg. the !
by so.oUWr means .if
,the 'new principal, H... A. ''machine, he said L. Murrhee as Adah, Bertha. Hair Conditioning
., duplicating Important PTA and To Lopez 34-Q freeholder. failed, tot pass on ; Dr. and Mrs. David Chal- ;
to"which 'we silently added, Meeting in Melrose] : : Q bond issue,.but.1 assure you S. Ward, Ruth; 'LOlo W mers of Gainesville who haveS O'L Treatments
'>* .. 4a Wtth all the visual Murrhee, Esther:. Paddy Gilrie, '
WfFacial "A !
1ea"J. resided in Ceylon for 15
m. tha. ,we.would. .. _not.. ,, the mayor. ; ,
nipr aids we have for our children Elementary School" The Keystone Indians return said, ,.and..no councilman. raised Martha: f and Irene. Williams, months, visited Mrs. Dorothy .. For You)

Gone.... Forever. today, it is a shame that they dren's Catechism Classes;; to the reservation this. a:'dissecting' voice., Electa. ,Englekee' and picked up their
Medically Approved Methods must take tests they can't Williams, 3:45: p. m. Friday night with I a home. City,Claris C. H Haberstroh The- first fall 'meetinr, of pet dog who, stayed with her .INCLUDES : S
even see! We have seen some Catechism Classes for gtyne against Hastings after I said books:woulq:;'be;, open for Chapter"J 279 will be held. in during their a.Os n e.'irii.Fl Scientific Brushing

The best way to! of the copies, which at first School Children. St. W11 'bowing 34-0 to a husky Father. .registration October 3il the Chapter Room of,- the.' ,rence Jackson visit- e Shampoo
MasonteTempie'it' Iii
......" eliminate tljU excess we thought were blank sheets I 7:30: p. m. Lopez teamin' Daytona Beach. fri 1, to-9, p{ m. each'nighUDiss Mter.'the"m' 8 'p.eting.: ed, in Melrose.recently.Mr. 0 Cholesleroiwith ProteinS
.a hair problem of paper! Mr., Sprow would CAP Cadets. meet, at last" Friday night. nthif Voice, October- 3. and( Mrs. Robert Cason ,

h--. .t.f.. ,,....>.._.; 1 Is ta! come In. .I like'some artistic 'perspn to I 7:30: p. m.Tuesday With strong icserves play- 'Qne S or.t| e."few. dissenting a 'social Hour; with'will be'enjoyed spent the"week in Welaka: 0 Scalp Manipulations

.J ;: ,;..., 1 request profes! repaint' the old school piano- ,, Oct. 3 ing key roles much. of !fthe voices 'was raised, by City, in the hall host Lewis members visiting their daughter and

slonal advice. A lor, in his words,1 reuPholster Mass at- St. William's : time the Lopez.Green Wave, Councilman. .. G. E. Wiggins who Seth Kennedy Jesse S. s -1n-law" Mr.' .' and Mrs.- Ceci,]' Restore your hair to its fprmer Natural ustre--
I -' E. Wiggins providing and'ser
<. t .' case'analysis'candetermine it-or anything to improve its a. m. [Plenty of time for led by the pasi1Dg-an cE ..... ,.Jf; how i appearance", to go with the dren to get to school.on,. of quarterback George Barnes, fine, voted, for it, but then: vingih refreshments.Volunteer: Mrs. Walter Mann and Mrs. IMy. and.mnageabilityOne

S to'cope with your I new decor. He hopeo: that by Regular monthly meet1 scored the most lop-sided victory they started taixing: about a Fire Department John Griner spent Saturday'

;:'IN' :':.,.. "" halt xionditloa.There ; next meeting, the new' cafe- Fire Department, 7:30: ,at in its three year football l!. jail. and. ;?a, ,. library, and that The: r guJ' meeting;of I the'KeystoI in.Gainesville' Treatment-$2.50

., 1i." no toriuni'would.. finished and house. 'li)* ,;.< '> history. Keystone was badly: scares. ... me."Just Heights 'Volunteer A i 1ake sale l was held at the
Dw'er.charge tot: co.Itatlon. .- ,.1 ,. S '.. Wednesday, Oct. 4 outmanned, carrying only '17 .where are we, going to Fire Dept. was held' on Tuesday'night post office Saturday for the A Series of Three-only $5,95 '.
E. .. ... p..4 II taen's ttleams : Sept. 5. WIth President air conditioner for' the
1 ; I V'- Local players on its roster, while s19p? Wiggins further asked Methodist -
: .. ... : UURLANCEAuto.ireCasua1ty Night Owl league;. at. B ; Lopez able to EVerett Fox presiding. < Ch'urch' :" '
was substitute "We use EDMUND. DWYER; '. G..1.-"rine': .!f.._... ,, literally throughout the game. :; now the'budget : There were 17 members' present ;peanut,Tioil was held at : ,

***"T2B* "El I '*"troidgist l ,. Bond and Allied! Lineshisuince Cottage Player The Wave started clicking: :runs U 9,380. These young.fellows Bert,'ChristOffers'and 1 one visitor' Jr.-:, 'Major" the'Baptist' Chirch. Saturday- S I Spray Net wltlj) every fjl Y

Years Conimunity Church"pars in the first quarter with a, 40- scare'me.'* S night.
((171 Experience) Reynolds; _
-'Ton1rny51illicant' reportedone S \ or more permanent.
f 107 W. Unf.,. Ava; '" iVwe1 1 C' 7:30: p: m. yard run by Joe Alago d n4: Another dissenting voice fire 'during the Several Melrose families attended ,
Call FR 2-8039 foipo3nfment Agency First Baptist Chure ., the first four conversion ki ks i was that of, Colonel John: MCT months.:On August 8 house the Sperry Que, a party Above Specials,R04 oply urita Oct. 28.
; 1.4 W. 1" Reynolds Choir Practice, 8:15: pm. by Jerry Penny for a 7-0 lea& :. Dowel ,who objected 'to,'m v- put on, by the Sperry Rand : Jlake! YodrpoIntmept EarlyKEYSTOt4AUTy ;
hours Monday, in Keystone Ph. 2442 ; 2701 Thursday, Oct. 5 Lopez tallied twice more;-in: !ijgtthe .libraryrfrpm! its present loss.at Putnam Hail Williams was a'stated total CorpLat Camp Crystal Sundayafternoon. ;

I. Heights, Ph. 4379 I Keystone Heights, Fla.i I Duplicate Bridge Club, the second period, and wound site at.the Woman's Club that the Gene drainage':'problem at ? II : SHQP{
_-. m-, Woman's Club. ii'S up the evening' scoring with, tp, thprPPoSed\ riew Tjuildingl.The. tfie' fire1'station would be'-'cor- Boy, Scout Tropp 109 spent *-v.' "4
Qp.mm.unit Church- ,. 1 two tallies in the third quarter j I.: colonel asle4'ff, the new rected': : Friday night at The Camping j Phone 2941 'S;; Keystone Heights

i, I practice. 730 p. m. The five TD victory: wjisachieved ://i I...."rary room- would, ( not. l be. Monday Sept. 18, was the Area at Gold Head Branch. I I
DeMolay Meeting, ; in spite of the Waye's smaller than the 'present. one. ... ,
: S S .m .
FU I t ttl9 I Masonte'Hall. "t" assessed \00 yards in penalties I! Mr Beatrice Cpoper, a assigned. date. Id check. andturn'the" S4. ,.5

I IJb $' Clu\} Light l b. and. having two touchdowns' .mejnber of. the Clay,' County : fire hose.. A: full-, -crew'

I lin tHe'1 !evenings:'door-. ; '- j called .back;. I' LibrarY Board" 'arid..Keystone ,.: is"requested.Bill Beam reported' that the 1. KEYSTONE[ HEIGHTS MELROSE I II

j" : The standout, Lopez defen- 'Librariah. Mrs: John"'Bird.
I DELIVERY : Indians low 'output radio" oh 'sheriff
.S sive effort allowed- the answered him by stating, that
i I I the PTA could meet to threaten only nce. In the Ul"zWWroo.n would have frequency' was in process of I
PHONE. being 'obtained. Millican reported a :
fourth qi4tq.
I Mr. Sprow then period Keystone drove shelves in the middle of the I
that Roy Tyre un-
Keystone Heights 2861. i members:of the faculty,' toj a first dawn on the Lopez fiotj'rr'as.'wefl\ \S 'afbund the
a '' able to locate the leak in thestation .
.: :'the qualifications of each. s&ven. only to fupible on th"inext.play walls. It-wflhprovkie's ace f(jr 5' .. S ;/fIt rTr-J---.,. ,. .. J .
,. : roof.- It has since'been 5
I Mr. Tolford 'announced approximatelyftQQQ., .books APPLIANCE SERVICE nEAt .* -* -4
; "CQt'S.! GULF STATIONWE ,. the room'count"had been Keystone Coach Mike cpt5pared.to3WO-now; .kept in establlsh d'where the"leak Is ,.. ;>S '.. ":"'t,:; .: .t,. :ESTMg" ..... fo

''by Mrs. Judy Wood Burdges called the Indians' ." ',.WD"' ap\'iClup.; \ located authorized, and to make Tyre has r pafr.been Wheeler Service Co.. T1oi4yn 5' p.: J,' gete<< () q o,
GIVE S $ I grade teacher, and Miss effort "the poorest game Tye: I Detention Hans GB 5-2401 I' I "
Gardner' had not Supp1j1-jse EZ&TOI'EEAtfEATE
trude Houser, 7th grade seen them play. I'm sure they I' ErisiM, fiT39",' include; 1g'to'report :S
: rfrom the 'House between Keystone"and Melrose 'VA1TUNcr1xIsTs
... ,:-1'I room teacher. could do better." I usJ m P. ro d ,
-:--- Committee, but stated that servicing both areas MORTGAGES APPBAISAT'j
I. Mr. Tolfprd tention rCOJ1.a police! hea .1 Outside House Paint .
considerable Improvement'hadbeen'noted .' Keystone Heighte. Phone 42!
committee 'to; investigate : 'quFterc! i1 rtspoisi : to; anthf matter Mildew, Resistant -- -tl

f r possibility of hav} }g 'dog' of showing a film on rescue otl} (fiU Op.t f9-: rthe. which the recreation'In' the room In is S TELEVISIONANrimNG SPECIAL _.1.95'GALLON tyinifred H.

made forv all th'!>school unty; work. S .:olitoii iing'tSjld>s e :'antown maintained.' "' S : ,ELECTRIC' Keystone Heights Fbone 2741HXRD'WARE ].l .
: dren, giving1 paieI\\ 's ;; Boys'Will Be BojsOr -' e.: \: all work guaranteed servicing CMWJiORDteg.
.and blood! type. WiH They?: 'ltr oJ isp On m tron of Beam seconded satisfied customers Odom's Hardware'' Real Estate Broken
by Gardner; the resignation
t JII1IQ14wIJJ! The* hostessss, Mrs.' L 'We heaV That a number of 14alof_ 'R 4)he ; .of Zane'Netherton was adcept- since '47 &= SupplyHARDWARE ) : Lake Properties Acreagi

rence- LaMe; Mrs. ; fellows at the Keystone School at ". !\ ed i new with'regret: 'Applications of t Rinchea' Business .. City
; PAINT"Cement
B anf. Mrs Tommy : are-'wearing name tags these jaUi far de- : APPLIANCES-T V Homes Rentals
Chested-Moofy and Joe"Wildt
and Mrs. Eugene days. The names have "a very tahe4riI' t9'altfew' ,were-,read: "by. the secretary. Blocks Bcdi"" 'MixCement "We Take :A Personal !Ioeret
I served Cokes' coffee, and feminine flavor, however. Such; hours 'for -'their: cas&. ip. be, Redfearn'sAppliances, InHivvay'our Reguirementa
Moody 'was Into
licious home-made cookies. 'com.I51eted: ": OilaMeter'Servlcfe I I
names as Dons, Gertrude, and S 5 7Odway: Keystone\ JkIgb
\ membership and 'Wildt.
Cipn't: forget, to J injhe. IW ire. adorn, the manly. Th'e"ldea of a jail gets away was Melrose
if you haven't )joined, alre \ of the Keystone Ind lls.: from the town's real needs cjf : approved rfof the first vacancy.Ch'ief HOTPOXNT 'APPLIANCES Melrose Phone r Gr. 5-5421,l 21-=<>Pen Sondaj

\ I Membership is. only, 50e Perhaps it was thek:lady-like1! %' mujiic al budding and Millican assigned Tyre Maytag Washers and Dryers, LUMBER S'.5' S GB 5-2981

: S person. See Mrs. Dan behavior on the field at the _library," the mayo :statei" and Henry Hall to Investigate Zenith .T V, '.
Keystone. HeighU Lions football gam that I "4 -,lno i!:time hair the councfl :the the matter of a"; new. circuit for : SERVICE:ON ALL'JUKES San Lebrydo JIESTAURANrLawrence's

The: Xytone''Heights prompted Coach.Mike Burdges contejnplatedia. ; I Jq ai.whM |. fire siren. Keystone.iIeht Phone 4252 . .
"Ray Chance stated that the Lumber Co.
Club met in the Titans' r would .
.inquire this saeaas.of pf n- nauiff. fuUf : Dinett
St : Rescue Unit would BOATS
I' Monday evening Sent;.25, .; time custodian." <- have $ training. period'dur1n. I. _'_ ..... We Specialize in Custom. Short Orders s&ndwflhft'
;' heard Hardy Dean of; Perhaps they, wijl dc liUle Cut Extra Lengths .
'I' The proposed' new building the week Of NoV 27, with The BOAT Barn, i Bottled; and; Caught Been*
,I land speak on & .' a.ti the AOjge; game this wiff be aPi>r Xima.t ly '60' by Florida" Fire College Instructors -- Material* Sundays Too- Closed Mondi;

;, !I velopment.' .. Or else they might 45 feet and will be constructedof ;in,attendance. Anyone In- MELROSE GE 5-27(1 Cement Mortal Mix- Kltehen, Op i 1i4L4P, II
i October 5 was set as' wearing: ribbons: in their concrete blocks, glass, and terested:m" attending sessions Sheet Rock Keystone Heig11t.s, Fla.
] '
date for'the' riekt next week ; stonet According* to Architect Jim on HJW. 21,at M14 1eburr.
QuiSBankIs ; \' 1tt1tWJ' i sale.:The Lions win! bthgtl' I EsItrLStarNe, ., Don"t'"',Morgan, of. the A. A.. .Unit.should' contact; the Stance NRUDE 1 Phone U83IILL'VORIrf Whie{ Top Drive-I''

I toryou on that date.:' "' 'On SaturdAy\ Oct. 30. Wpr- Selidrs q ina* in Jacksonville, SALES & '
; 1"F..ar-
i Is Pledged To \\ ) !I The busIn smeetii' I II } St 'Gmnd 'liatrbn Em- thVbiiUdiag\codld: \ W expanded S GUve'On motion seconded of'by Charlie'Millicin Mc-. ,SERVICE ..- ., JIqntr-Saptw1ches
i I conducted by Vice } "* aIidVor iyta irV'i. fut: dat4 and Ispithiedwtth '
.l "- the Annual Kre College, will Cold Ber O
i 'thatMA ____ on Rings
t 'S t Tommy MIllican, in the ; Grand Patron Jqhn mind. ---
Intety d' b! discontinued for-ttiis-year: : -5-- J-LS'r.w. '
rk nakev; Oat Orders
J sence of President Millw 'Shop
Charlie will make their off 4ial ,City 'Councilman! Jim Heth- ; -;--
r and Morel tranini within' the 11 A,
"" Open M. To JII4sit
Don' take chances 'when you' borrow We Glave. ?i'S / tAt 'vi it'' bf'Uid *Xeyst6ne eringtotf told1' ihe group that FLORIST CABINETS -, BOOKS ,
: money. (Contiaued 'OBJ next. page. ) ,._,.. . Rt. 21 Between
iny\U ypu'lp'cl\eck" ouifrepufalioh.: "'QU'\1\( t4|\ thereis Octpber'14 'wast set, for & DBS!,!. chapter 179.: 6f- 'I& bond,issue. ,. would 'be the ,. .. Edna Williams WINDOW FBAME8SCREEN'S Keystone
uii ,melt t9 .do"QtJb advice or servipe i we offer. I Lions'Turkey'' 'Shoot Jt.W rs-"'and 'mrs Of the .most desirable way in whichfinanceI'tSfejiek Melrose
held in the inr h'lf1U thev1s1t i 'tQ\ FLORIST-NUBSEBYfor. Phone Helrese GB52431
afjernoon. gNeli& building,
i Trim Materials
Oqr Rates are low; terms easy. Call,or come iff tok; .
day. I usual place,.near <;
LeUd. i I 1lJ' ty Church educaUpn-1 sum 4oyThe people sincere thanks to all who :as- AH Occa&knjLLclrose i Keystone Heights WELL DRILLING

ASK ABOUT OUR PERSONAL LOANS On Monday evening, S at 6 ,. should"not ..have the responii-S sfsted"3us lautin the ''illness, F :one: OR 5-2331 .. .

1 : I ...YQ1} $4ent irll. I $&. Aa% ,the banqieJ< 'bUlly of repaying the Ithet 'ah4 4h e6Vlif the-Toss of OUr GAS-BOTTLEDKeystpne PACKAGE s.-- ''STORE. P C* WELL DRILLINGPTJMPS
V 'i
WifSMi Gv % 1e.nlb ri,, officers and visitor .HI-. first precioul1 mother*apd; ..grandand -- S S
.... john 'Beidlier; C r s ifwlhe: off I "lJ & e. ,., S zzotherf be beautiful' .,floerl i Gas Co. ShaughnessysPACKAGE ,
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trY. YYYYYYYYYYYYY.Y9 on a commission basis. They Mrs. Evelyn Puckett, vice and George Allen. left last Friday on a trip J.,r"an extra point were successfuL do as well. asked to be present. The Associational [ the next business meeting on

': KEYSTONE' will sell anything from furni- president: Mrs. Augie Biddle, Choir Practice will continueto through New England where I]I I Don Williams Russell Lillian Padgett spent the I Quarterly meeting i t Oct., 4.Just.*

.. ture to household .appliances secretary; Mrs..Stella Stanley, be held each Sunday at they stopped to visit 'friends I;: Johnson, and John Harpe weekend with relatives in will be Oct. 13 at Caleb had 16 present at I
;, to dishes and tools. If you asst. secretary: Mrs. I. B. noon till, 1 p. m. with em- and relatives in their, formerhome i f i were singled out for outstand- Lawtey. I
HIGHLIGHTSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA have anything too heavy to Tyre, devotional chairman. ; phasis on Christmas music. We in Connecticut. They; ing defensive work. Next Friday John and Betty Brumbelow I Church, and on Oct. 14 at Training Union last Sunday

'bring yourself, call Mrs. Sara Mrs. Lucy Finley, Suns have a number of new mem then continued into Canada?: night Melrose will be host of Jacksonville visited the i t Black Pond Church. The night. Hope for a better report -

k : McDonald at 3951 and she will chairman; and ,Mrs. bers in the choir now. On where they will t spend a month :. to Cedar Key in another home Stricklands Sunday aftemoon.j j messengers will be chosen at next time.

(From Proceeding Page) |! provide transportation' by Scott, social chairman.Mrs. Sept. 17, Herbie Nelson, Jr., or so at their camp. I. game. The Junior Class will Sunday night J. I S

Unit truck. Cora Marshburn David and Mary Ann Schaeffer In concluding this week's ders a licensed preacher, delivered I 1.
will be substituted. Mo- a dance in the gym-
tion passed. Bake Sale Soon sented the names of ten and Butch and Jimmy Fox 'column, 'we wonder .if anyone I, sponsor a fine sermon at High-i j I For The Best Deal Anywhere
after the
Major Christoffers advised St. William's Altar Society dents from our Church who Joined the group; on Sept. 24, has given this.a, thought. nasium game. land Church. The pastor G. :

the, the Air Force may have will hold a Bake Sale on Sat- .are away In college, and the Jackie Fox and: Bernice Brune. Seven years. ago this'rSunday.f MELEOSEMETHODIST W. Chism, preached Sunday : SeeROBERTS' .
emergency training session urday, Oct. 14, starting at 9 class was asked to keep themin This is excellent training for :Keystone Inn was nearly burned morning. i j

some time after the first of a, m., near the post office. their prayers, so.that they anyone who likes to sing. to the ground.
year on how to wash' down CHURCH NEWS may succeed in their new PersonalsMr. happy that the various fire Kenneth W.. Griffith, preacher will have to change CHEVROLETAND
'I First Baptist Church fields of work. and Mrs. W. B. Dawson departments.were'able to save that announcement -that he
equipment following a theo pastor.
retical nuclear explosion. Lew The Dorcas Class of the Some of the 'members pre. returned to their home on it, but since that time,'it;has Sunday School 945 a. m. and ,the deacons will sing a

Mutt was assigned to follow First Baptist Church Sunday .sented Mrs. W. B. Stanley Twin Lake on Wednesday, Just sat there like a :sleeping Worship 11 'a. m. special when we have 100 in OLDSMOBILE

upon this matter and report. School met Thursday Sept. 21, with plants from their gardensso Sept. 20, after a wonderful giant. 'Every now and then .a MYP and MCP 7 p. m. Sunday School. We fell down

Shrimp Supper Coming Up 2:30: p. m. at the home of Mr. that she might plant a tour of Europe. They were stranger will ask, "Why don'tthey Evening Worship 8 p. m. to 49 last Sunday, and it looks AUTHORIZED DEALERPh. -

and.Mrs.. W. Stanley.. :Mrs. "memory garden" from the gone four months, and visited ever use the Inn?" Well, I Prayer Meeting [Wed.] 7:30P. : like he will have to announce
Keep Friday evening, Oct. Stella Stanley and Mrs. I. B. class. '11 countries, and 20 principal that is a logical question-and m. that they will sing a special 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.
6, ,open so you will be able to Tyre were co-nostesses with Community Church News cities. Mrs. Dawson was most wouldn't it be nice if it were every Sunday we do not have

enjoy a wonderful Shrimp 20 members and four visitors This is a reminder that our impressed by Venice. She was available for various social TRINITY EPISCOPAL 100 in Sunday 3chool Wonderif J

Supper sponsored by the present. Church will be host to the also pleased with Madrid, and functions? Or for a nice Sun- CHURCH MELROSE' that would bring folks out? I j '

Booster's Club.The supper will Mrs. Evelyn Puckett class Florida Fellowship of Community felt that the people in Spain day dinner sometIme-the way| Anyway, the Primary Class GLASS That's Our Business

be held in the School Cafeteria' vice president, presided. Mrs. Churches on October were the friendliest and most it used to be? Sundays10 a. m. Church won the banner with a gradeof "If It's Glass We Have It"
[so the weather will not be a Ruth Lott gave the devotional, 15, 16, and 17. The Conference anxious to please. Of course, Tempos FugitSpeaking j School. 11:45 &. m. Morning 70. VISITSHEA'S
,deciding factor! starting at 5,I and it was a great challengeto will officially begin with a de- they found the people of of the KeystoneInn Prayer and, Sermon [First I The business meeting at CAJX WRITE ,or

and serving until 7 o'clock.I the members as they begin votionals service at the churchat Sweden most gracious, and a having burned seven years Sunday, Holy Communion]. 6 Highland Church will. be held ,

tend some the and eat. and then at- I their work of the new year, 7:30, conducted by Rev. lot of :Mr. Dawson's relatives ago-one wonders where all !p. m. Episcopal Young Church- Oct. 4, and all. members are I i GLASS CO.NOT .
game.Woman's i with all new officers. Albert C. Holt. The keynote live there. The Dawsons that time goes :o fast We remember -i mend I II

Club Auction This being Music Appreciation address, entitled "The Thrillof traveled entirely by plane, that we have a birth- Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy I ( INC.)

Saturday oct. 7, will be a Month, Ralph Copeland, the New Earth," will be with the exception of a boat day ia the near future, and we i Communion. i I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

different day, with something organist, and a real artist, given by the Rev Rogers P. trip down the Rhine from wonder how Little Orphan I The Rev. Millard H. Brey- i FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe

unusual going on an old- gave an inspiring talk com- Fair. On Monday, after dinner Frankfurt to Cologne, where Annie does"it. All of her fans I fogle Vicar. Design Modern Store Fronts

fashioned auction sale sponsored paring Christ to the musician I the keynote address,' they saw the old, old castles will recall that on Sunday, Just Mail Us, A Pattern For
by the Keystone Heights seated at the console or an "Fission of Fusion?" will be built high on the mountains, Sept. 24 [this ,week] she remarked Faith Presbyterian t6P i Table
Woman's Club. The auction organ and comparing His given by Dr. Harry M. Phil- and saw the rock known as "Leapin1 LizardsIwish Chureh, Melrose .6 I Tops

will start at 10 a. m., and will workers to the keys and stopsof pott vice president of the Uni- the Loreli. The nicest part of I was old enough to Church j i 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353

be held in the LaRue building, the organ, responding to all versity of Florida. Get your the trip, says Mrs. Dawson, vote!" Sunday services -
across the street from the of His School 9:45: a. m. Morning --- .-- -
desires. registration and your meal was when the plane set down l
bank. It will be over when The Nominating Committeefor reservations in as early as its wheels Imeson Airport, FIRST BAPTIST CHUECB Worship 11 a. m. Rev. JamesR. FLORIDA
.everything has been sold.. The the class reported the following possible to Mrs. Louise Gallop, enroute home. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Neale Jr., pastor. 'SALUTE TO -

IVoman's Club will be glad to slate of new officers. : Keystone Heights. Mrs. William McCrary and COUNTIES 0 BRADFORDCOUNTY
fell things for their friends Mrs. Ada Loudon, president; The general meeting of the her niece, Mrs. Joyce Fentress, J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph TTTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTTTVT .

.I Women of the Church will beheld and little Ann Fentress, all of Copeland, Minister of Music SEAT STARK+ -.

I in the educational build- Jacksonville, spent Saturday nd church' organist. CLAY HILL 1' Bradford County occupies 195,200>>'acres,..
: ing on Monday evening at 7:30: afternoon with Mrs. Kyle Mc- Servkes: Sunday School 9:45: m. of which is beautiful rolling country
i p. m. Dr.'Holt will conduct the .Murtry on Keystone Lake.. m. Morning Worship 10:5P: elevation of 180 feet above sea level) *t somei

20 % Discount ; devotional, and give a short Mrs. McCrary was a former t\. m. Training# Union, 7:00: P., By !lrs. J. L. Strickland points.County was Located once in a North part d Florida.a large Bradftwl territory]

i talk. Plan .to come and to Keystoner, living in the home m. Evening services 8:00: p. ... .. &..&... a.. comprising Baker, Columbia and Ucraqf
: bring some one with you. now owned by MJ, and Mrs. m. You are 'invited to share Counties, then knows as New River Coontyj
time with Debby Phillips and son Starke the Seat 'is a tetcH
: St. William's Catholic C. J.. Vachon. During the family Prayer us- County ; strategic
ON ALL j I Catechism Simeon, visited with the Bud- anus for tourist and commercial tlaftie.The .
Classes have afternoon, a number of friendsof '
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL die Wilkinsons Sunday after- principal sources of income b the couaty
started for the winter season. long standing called on Iu.
CHURCH. KEYSTONE ,, are derived from general farming,
i Boys and girls of grades one Mrs. McCrary and Mrs. Mc- .. ber industry, and livestock. waterm .
CHAIN LINK FENCINGAND I through six will report to theircla.s.ses Murtry, including Miss Glad- Sundays-9:30 fi I : *a. m. Church The Clay Hill Missionary ; and cucumbers are thY .largest, cornet
at 3:45: each Monday Thus Baptist Church won the attendance farm products.
yce Mrs. Lindsay Walker School 9:30: a. m. Morninc
afternoon for one hour of in- Mrs. Ray Starnes, Miss banner at the Associational r In progressive Bradford County, sad tb
gayer and Sermon list Sunday '
Sunday School f tU' out Florida the United States Brewers ik
struction. Gertrude Houser, Mrs. Tom Holy Communion]. 6 p. sociation works constantly to maintaia the
Boys and girls from the 7th Southerland, and Mrs. E. T. In. Episcopal, Young Church- meeting Sept. 18, with a a f S sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly
I grade through high school will Martin. Before returning to grade of 90. This little churchis s 5- conditions. Believing that strict law enforces
making some of the other ment serves the best interest of' tae!
i report on Monday evenings at men.Holy .01
Jacksonville Mrs. McCraryand Days7:30: a. m. Holy of, Florida, the Association stresses cI 5e'4
: I 7:30: to the Priest's quarters in Mrs. Fentress and daughter older and larger churches i
ALL OTHER FENCING Communion. cooperation with the Armed Forces, _
j the rear of the church. called on Mrs:S. E. Mc- Third Wednesday Parish ashamed of themselves in enforcement aDd governing official.

I Tuesday nnrning Masses Kay, who could not come to Covered Dish Supper,,6 or 6:30p. every way. Last Sunday they,
had 85 in School
will continue to he said .,i t see them because of an injury, m. Sunday and
7:45: a. m., allowing the boys We are sorry that Mrs. S. E. .I the Sunday before that they

NO MONEY DOWN and girls ample time to attend McKay is having an uncom- COMMUNITY CHURCH had 88. Total enrollment is I I 1
only 81. We that is the 1
Mass and then get to school. fortable time after spilling a KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS
best attendance have heard
Altar Boys for Sunday Oct. pot of hot coffee on her leg we
b : 45 Days Before. First Payment 1, will be Lee Sutton and and toot on Sunday, Sept. 17. Dr. A. C. Holt. Minister, of in ages. Let's see if we can't
Sirs. James L. Hetherinrton,
George Allen; for October 8, This must be hard on Hazel
BANK FINANCING David Schaeffer and Herbie who is always on the go. Organist and Director. I

I' Nelson; for October 15, John Miss Peggy Payne of Silver I Richard Cnshman, Youth' DIr. -

Allen and Fox Lake has gone on her annual Sunday School,.9:45: am.. !
Jimmy ; and for AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY ,; .
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Oct. 22, David Schaeffer and trip to California to visit with ; a. m.

Call Collect Herbie Nelson. October 29th six of her sisters. She always Young People, 7 p. m. .

servers will oe announced goes this time of year, for she -.- I
EV. EV.87752JACKSONVILLEANY later. likes to hunt deer In the national -1 vyyyvyrryylnmRFRr1MELROSE : 1- .

Boys serving on the first park in Utah. She is ex- AUTO GLASS AUTO SALES & SERVICE FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIANBeckum's
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four Tuesday mornings will
Miss Faye Maxwell left Key- Crane Motor Co. .
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respectively Rush's Tractor Co.
stone Heights last week for Mauldin's Opticians
David Schaeffer
John Allen
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"'I where she is registered for her Auto Glass ENGLISH FORD lindser L. Beckon, R. o.Duplicated .
Wodey; Reporter, Range Wea- NEW HOLLAND Lenses
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FREE mother, Mrs. Rachel Maxwell, Parliamentarian ver; Sentinel A.Jim M.Eichels-Beck; COMPLETE STOCK CURVED "Complete Service for All ALLIS CHALMER3MASSEYFERGUSON Artificial: !Eyes -PrescriptionsFilled
drove her to Lakeland. Faye .I GLASS Makes" Promptly]:
derfer; and Chaplain, Ed 22 W. University PR 6-3516
graduated last Spring from St.
White.. 506 .E. University Ave. J
Johns River Junior College in Windshield & Door Glass Farm Equipment And Gainesville, Fla.POWER.SAWS .
"\ Palatka. The Beta Club, sponsored by Replaced In Any Make FR 2.4251Gainesville TractorsFR I
v Mrs. Holden, held its first Fla. 6-4385 r ,
from a ; Mrs. E. L. Cooper left for Car Or Truck
messy chore I t her home in Lakeland last meeting Monday. The purpose Archer Rd. Gainesville
and We Handle Safety Glass
functions of the Beta Club
Thursday after visiting for to the FR 6-2558 AUTO TRIM I MOOULLOCH
electric were explained students
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club. The members who NEW-USED
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I stack up dirty dishes, glasses, silver happy times because aa Electric were on hand to enjoy the occasion Ann ,Bowen, Ellen' Scott, Authorized Sales Parts* 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville

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If you have hogs or COMET -'FIAT RENAULT Frifidaire Ice Makers ACCESSORIES I

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W. University
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opportunity to buy CONCRETE PRODUCTS GainesvilleMayflower

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