Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03606
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I County's annual fair got off to a rousing County Sheriffs ,,posse, will was' a 3-year-old 900-pound bon winners In all categories

start here Wednesday with three members of the stage 'a demonstration of for- Duroc male shown by the will be published next week.
Florida State Cabinet' lending prestige to the opening mation riding Saturday afternoon Florida State Prison-the lar Rotary's Rural-Urban event,

ceremonies. -.,Shetland pony exhibit- gest swine on display.. In contrast I a traditional fair week highlight -

Commissioner. of .Agriculture Doyle Conner cut ions, will also be seen Satur- an adjoining, pen held aj, attracted the usual
Duroc sow and 4-week-old throng of farmers and their
the ribbon
officially opening the fair to the public at day.Fair I
: Association President pigs averaging about 20 families and other guests.
: 1 :30: and spoke briefly to the crowd attending the I
.L [ Starke R. H. McIntire said that ex- pounds each. These were Fried mullet and all that goes
;.i.r t f. .. Rotary.. Club's annual Rural-Urban fish fry. hibits .in all categories have shown by Harvey Green of with it, was served to hun-

-Y' Other dignitaries at the predicted it would ,becomeone J far exceeded his expectations I Brooker. dreds who came to accept the
opening. I l
were Secretary of of the outstanding events
t1i State Tom both in quality and quantity.He Outstanding horticulture exhibits Rotary hospitality
of its kind in Florida.
announced that
I -: : Ray Green,-and Parole j I I Ideal weather has contri dis- are also drawing much Rep. A. J, Thomas Jr. ser-
: plays will remain in place
: : Commissioner Francis Bridges.I, buted so:far to the success of until 10 p. m. Saturday for attention with first place going ved as master of ceremoniesfor

x; t4 Conner praised the great ; the fair and crowds are expected the. benefit of latecomers. to the Brooker Garden the opening program, and
zJ- strides made in moving the I to reach a peak this Attracting much attentionin Club. introduced members of the
fair to its new location and
weekend when
the Bradford the livestock exhibit tent Complete lists of blue rib- cabinet to the audience


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OpeningeOdiat the\ ';Slre{ ; .;:Club- : -sponsors of Heilbronn Springs by the.

COunty :Fairlist'a t; : ;: ;C i' of...;:AA. "1! =Urban ''Day' fish Florida Bank at Starke. Starke Rated d COUNTY
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nil&s1oner'ot. .r... ..--.',;....f.:'I1oyle',.\... .''. ,tiY' rliefi'o: enedtheifalr" this The fair midway, shown in BRADFORD TELEGRAPH
Conner "s r igeeg'1;. -
v s.. e&t \ i <. background is larger than
a j.rib lti'; d.:::..... yr t,11'r ;." .f er lit..of fair ever'this year; Friday will be SjfljFyjjballTeaniii\ *

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honorary: M- rQf fr B. 'White through Saturday. Official County Publication Established In 1879
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k; I- J 4'r. Starke..climbed three, places

;;; ; R lil j 7'j -Ii and !It' now Journal's tith! '' in' the state Jacksonville high Meters 'Sacked'Stores r-' -- T-- '

!high ;school press poll after -

; 'winning:27-6 over Palatka last L-; ,
11 '" '. 3 6 Friday.. Offer'Fair' '. L

Only one.other.Class A team,

& Sanford? ; is rated above Starkein ,

the poll The Sanford club,
____ % IT which is undefeated and un
,. scored-on, is in fourth place in f rF
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t, :, Top-ten the ratings are:
.. : a 1. Miami Edison 2. Miami
.'- :.-. 5 M r TI' Senior 3. Lakeland 4. San Shoppers will find free parking in Starke this Saturday t. '
ford, 5.
K Gainesville High Wronicfri'
.'.. School and Tampa Chamberlin, for the first time since the 1940's. Combined fit 7
: ; :- x 6. Starke;,,7. Lee, 8. Fletcher, 9. with Starke merchants' cooperative Fair Week Sale ti4 n

Key West, 10. Pensacola. promotion, the moratorium on parking meters is ex

;-i>. :, ckdY ti pected to boost business here this weekend.City p 'AM1 19 !
." Starke PickedOyerLiv&Qak Council agreed last Charles Sawyer, chairman S ri S +a s ;i
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', TET1 week to "sack the meters" on .of the: merchants' Trade-At- u.$ =
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'c. 28 and continuing through free Saturday parking is just a4
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.-.r..;r .'r "\f.' the Chamber of Commerce program designed to stimulate
It ,ash.evr M fairthathas ts' the J.ed'.:for urged merchants professional trade in Starke. Other events 4Y. li.. .
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I ee,6tatezCabtiet; :m...a bensCbmm'Iiscseihbtheexrl'oa1 'fd ties:.'m.e1)[- rom ] .of their superb show- men and their employees to will be announced from time -' -- -

at'iltro "" .. "t..e+ +..tJi '..'js'R'Briers;: : ; ing against Palatka last week leave the free parking spaces 'to time he said. HISTORY REPEATS I
1 } t' "' .l '": the ,same Tornado',eleven that !
e. for
; t ef;'eo" mm I : open customers. Mayor Randal Chitty and \ aS f fseta
1.seen catituiathtjFairAs -)'t, te c; ro" RaY \started'that game. will also J. R. Bullington chairmanof Police Chief Billy Rosser said Shades of, the.mid.1940's1! Miss Lillian Stomp, a memberof fi,

-. ::rrr anon:L'' ;x fa fI, ,ftolfitate; d startagainst an under-dog the Retail Merchants: Association the department would cooper- the, Starke merchants, Trade-AMIome.'Committee, is : 'i!
President R;'H.Mcintire"ori,:Act .Bt i rA::J:Thomas : 0, Live-Oak"tonightThursday) !
'p. : said "This move ate I with the merchants by above with Police Department. "Meter ,Man" Kenneth Foqoayin '
1'thehlzbiy: successful'19U1Ffaitat' O on Bradford Field. ....
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: tY was made in an effort to build having,the.police.fprct, sack.. [ a.pre;view. of the sacked+ meters that win greet shoppersin
gala openhigheiQ'Wetesday. ?: ..y, i r''RC 'it'iClub; ; ,The Tornadoes-are rated a uP' "Saturday 'bi1i ss"ln uplhe'meter heads every Saturday Starke Saturday.At .
/ "- Fpeemah-Rcgl: ter Jr. solid favorite against'a Bulldog Starke "to .
: to what it used be. .
t. .. .. I right: an old photograph,shows the.late G. M. Sin f
,. quad which has won only two It, would be very foolish for YYO
k games this season. Live Oak> any merchant'. to defeat the Pecan Auction "sacking" a meter in front of his store as a protest gesture I: I IT'

""'t"d'' ; !'. has topped 'P. ,K. Yonge 6-0 purpose of free parking-by using when the parking regulators were first Installed in Starke during

:t.. r and Santa Fe 47-6, but they the space in'''front ,of his Set November 2 I the 1940's.
:/ 1 ll have bowed',before Seabreeze I
store or permitting em-
any '
19-13, Perry, 33-13, and :Mac- The first Next Week Ii-. '''.. > .
y ployee to do'so. We are asking pecan auction of : ,1.. ..', .
-- g a clenny, 13-7. for 100 per cent cooperation the .fall season will be ,. -'... .' .1 .
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y 'They are capable of playinga on the part of merchants, and held at the'Starke Farmers :

good game, just as they did I believe that we will get it.!,' Market Thursday, Nov. 2. Bradford High Set To Under-go Building HikeAdds

against:Macclenny, BHS Head Most Starke stores are offering Growers are urged to bring

itr Coach Leonard Register said outstanding. bargains as their pecans to the market '
; Wednesday In' a warning tone. a climax to Fair Week and as early Thursday morning for 3-Day Reevaluation.Process.i Zest : ;

<; : a Starke's light-weight fore- an added attraction for the checking and weighing so the i '

t trl lar wall..will again be outweighted many visitors who are expected auction can start promptly at, To Business "f

.7 ::, [Continued On Page Six] in town this weekend. 1 p. m. A re-evaluation of Bradford breakfast In the high school *' <'r

f' ..I- .. County High School will be cafeteria. It will end with a Ten
major commercial
. .... .' ;, <' carried out 'next Wednesday, public meeting in the BHS
." projects
'" .. ,.': building started or
Thursday and Friday No-
auditorium Friday at 2cl5
.. : p.
,," completed within,the past two
/ vember 1, 2. and 3, by the m. when the evaluation com-
<< months, have -added tQ
Florida Committee. of the mittee will report the resultsof zest
the business outlook in}i Starke
Commission on Secondary their "
._. Downs Palatka Schools of the Southern .Association "A large and put around $70,000 in
-" '--"; --- ": turnout would in
A. E. 0'N Heft) .d'ri;: ;fi'1'ifo tt'.t Tanner and of Colleges and'Secondary demonstrate to the committeethe construction. money,: circulation. -

\ clatcs Mel e ,Ute &?!" \dth' dij t 'J.'p.)>Olle, Schools. high interest and concernof Included in the?;'list are;

,the firm agreed. to Uki Qt the jcb'tit; The three-day evaluation the community for its high
sad su New Jiffy Stor;;h!w near.
the'dt"i. U.'&: 1er.. i process will begin Wednesdayat school." states BHS Principal! ing completion juslirouth of
For 7 when
'" 'f. Fifth a. m. BHS teachers Hugh Ingram.
Victory armory on Temple Avenue.New .
Plan. Du. 1-30' .Da. '. jrn: .. '
'. -. ;1' ,.. evaluation will assure, the Market on.W. Brownlee Street,
i public that the school if it is scheduled
: q plaYed [this year], probably statistics are there, to back the best ball club we've Girl Injured re-accredited is meeting a week. opening' this

CiSiik IIitMEijer: I I better than last year [against up the head coach's state- faced" was the opinion of certain'academic standard, New *building of-. Jfor

I 6'r" I Palatka," said 'Head Coach menthis Toraadoes blastedout Palatka Coach Charles [Rab- and that facilities meeting the Lester!
Prevatt store acid'
Lennard Register. "They were 234 yards to. the Maroons bit] Smith who attributed In CollisionLast standards of the association on W. Browne service station

10 rllae3QjSutIthoject weaker on offense this year 162, and all but 24 of those the loss to the superior! speed are consistent with those of I! be opened within St., to

.. ...-. but the defense was just as 234 yards were gained on the and gang tackling of the all member schools. ? > next fewweeks.i
t :< Jr. strong as ever," Register added ground and right through the Starke team. SaturdayWanda Bradford High was first accredited -
.db'ootmcU; .\ : ijlneerv.:',thef' wn's I New buDding being constructed .
> '
; Big
$ : "But 1re Moved the ball heavy Maroon forewall. Margin Unexpected in 1949. and has
brief 'meethigl Tgaday I nIiht for Adolph
,. .,. 8.301-:? t severproject J I' real, well" And-the cold hard "Pound for pound Starke is "I figured there would be a never been dropped from the vacant, Gay on
B If. t property just south
hiredBodateso of
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'I" itb Li'et difference of about one touchdown Wall 16
; )J. ., daughterof list. Each member school is his
!ti store
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: .:tr.: ,' "I : Wan former Starke required to undergo a partial pie Ave. When
';" '"4 ..t': '. ... .. .. 51":1' Monday night "And I though real estate agent suffered head evaluation every five years will be the new home this of
.l: 1 we could take it 1 if we played and possible internal injuries and a full scale Just if
,* ''. .,_ ,.,... "... i' t"' one. as Glamoree Hair Stylist.
; ball but I
a ; never expected a Sunday afternoon when her it were being accredited for
Eteffl W'Itts I Complete remodeling and
' :thh,,r, ,a score like that.. I Volkswagen was hit from behind first time every 10 years.
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j -Hf&, i. .VI,t"tt.., ,,jJ! }H,. ..t tJ t.. ".\; h..;.J: "\ .il::.L.IfVI':: ;;"'.111-plan, .( Asked if the win gave him by a semi-trailer and The most direct results of new front-for-Bsrksdale's> Store.. :on-yl. Call Department
'tiie :projest'at added confidence in Ms team truck. .
\J '!'""\ .. 'J..I.. accredited schools that the Street ,
I 2p" 'iWti' j w'1Ia'Icent! : of Register replied; "Yes. I think Starke Policeman Billy public sees is that students of New Shell Service Stationat

lest;,'a ttt per cent we are capable ,of beating Overstreet investigating officer such institutions can transfer the
''Hambm.--- IIr6r C d oter the old firm.eiict anybody well playIf we said the truck driven by from one school to another S. Cherry corner Streets of Madison, and

; Rides ana BadtnS 't e amount of don't let down." The coachcited John Russell Morris 51, of without taking entrance New warehouse
bt M% .issue will not be Fernandina [Nov 31 and St. Petersburg hit the small exams. Students from accredited and newly
Contest 5 P.M. remodelled
Costume for: : Lake City [Dec. '1J as the room for
approximately 30 -' car when it was stopped at schools may also enter Carl Ritch
Tanner said Tuesday -. stiffest challengers, and also the traffic light at the inter state universities on the plumber on N,
,Hampton PTA would have to obtain _________ that Live Oak and Green section of North Temple basis of.their high school senior Addition Avenue.to Coney

I ; Halloween Carnival the proposed road Cove are both capable of Avenue and Brownlee Street. placement tests and do'Sandwich Island
Shop W.
on Brown-
from the State Road handing the Tornadoes Damages to the
I a Tues.. Oct. 31 a rear of the not have to take entrance lee Sfc "
i ment before he ,could beating. The Tornadoes will Volkswagen were estimated by examinations. .
t. Chicken Supper plans for the sewer meet Live Oak: here Thursdaynight Overstreet: at $1,000 while a In other words. Ingram said New garage building for

.[ 5 To 7 P.:M. He' also gave the 30 day Y October 26., because., of bent grill and smashed headlight the credits,of accred1te<
Adults $1.00 I I as an estimate of the University of Florida. 'Home- on the truck totaled only schools are accepted' :without New buMini

i High School 50e I would need to obtain comeing .activities Friday $50. question by other' educational Bros, auto : for Hardy

Elementary 25e plans and lay out the night. The girl it still In the Brad- institutions."If sales on N. Temple

!' The board has "They all did a good job: ford County Hospital Marc students do not attend Ave.There

guessed that the 301 t a, '; ) .c'. + .".' ::-. 2..1 '7'iS: ; 'i<. ijf ijfT the coaches were wen pleas Jackson Bradford High School an accredited school they arepenalized in residential has also been a. spurt
I sewer project will cost the '" ; ; ;, ,., ed." Register continued as he student and a passenger in ;' because there is no construction in
> 'J > the
is Space Contributed 'In L ; : jtC ; past two inontnsTand: the
neighborhood of $ '. heaped praise on his players.He the small car was not injured. 'guarantee 't they are attending -. total
000.The entire bond Issue. :';''" also promised fans The truck construction"both.. % bust-
: Weekly) to Publicize .; more driver was placedunder \ school in a program ness and residential --
I t cluding additional good football during the now'underway
sewer :' remainder bond amounting to which Is required periodically '
I Community( Events byI and sewage disposal z of the current sea $15150 and was charged withtanme to undergo inspection" the ,nr 'josi'completed,

I The is expected to total .. .. ], to have his! vehicle principal,stated. would run dose to $ oo.ooo.

I CommunityState between $300,000 and $ son.The coach declined to point under 'control and causing.an ,,,,pIe of.standards that Adding !lathe new post of-
Council, is also ]I downs after shaking off several i tempts Friday' night to ran out outstanding performances accident Trial is postponed accredited schools flee addition at.around $140-
Bank would-be tackier Martin[ his total to 14<< conversions in must meet 000, would mean close to a
the possibility' of also but game statistics until the girl is able to appear are' a teacher load of 150
successfully converted 18 quarter ef
tries. a million dollars

_)continued ,on .Page .. .One of.,fore..extra pofet,at- Photo ,1TGeage. ] speak[Continued for themselves.on Page Leading, 5] ..in now her live own in Lake behalf. The Walls pupils[Cgnttneaa per day On or 30 per class worth of bufldlng under, way
bra SHJ or just completed In Staxke,

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THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1961

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'Mr.and :Mi i. Earl Johnson Mrs. Bynum Perkins Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pana- I

and sons wof Sit, ,Marys,; Ga. W. 'E. Middleton. Mrs. W. H. bianco of Perry were Sunday

I were weekend guests of Dr. Edwards and Mrs. Drew Red- visitors of>Ir.: slid& 'Henry WEEK.sptClit -, .

.t and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee. The dish attended the wedding of StefanenL- FAIR MERRY.;GO,

Brownlees also had as Sunday Miss Brenda Lott to C. W. "ifrland MKs.-"Jesse.Newsome "

dinner guests Mrs. J: W. Wilson Slade in the Hampton Baptist spent the l weekend in Live 'UND

GLADYS' MOOTY PHONE, 96t-. G51 >;and Mrs. William String- Church ort Sunday afternoon. Oak with,..Mr. and Mrs. S. A. INC.
J7 .
..- rIdrs. fellow. e Mrs." Clyde Terwillegar and McCalL-;

O. L. Beasley Mrs:: J."Yf. Miss Dorothy Ross;'Bradford Mr; and Mrs. M. P.; Hazen: Mrs. Jerome Johns attended Mrs. Ralph Dixon, and son Your Friendly Store .

.iKlncaid i Mrs., 8. L. Peek Mr. andMrs.,(; V. V. Hazen and he Palatka' Woman's Club Bill of' Winter Garden were
County home ss+
demonstration a
Sr., and Mrs ML' F. Brown agent will accompany the 12 j Mr: and Mrs. Max: Furlongand meeting last Friday and hearda visiting Mr. and Mrs.;' Guy kti .11-I

"Visited 'Mrs; Edward Burns in girls chosen from Florida to children attended the lecture bv Mrs. Charlie Sale over the weekend.Mr. .
Si: ]Hazen family reunion at the Duncan of Tamna. and
Vincent's-, Hospital iri th& Mrs. W. ,P. Randall -
: represent state sit tbt 40th .
;: ;
Jacksonville j honje. of Mr. and< Mrs. O. GStrayfiorn Mrs.'R. A. M<*Arppr of Tarn J of Tanroax.we're overnight
annual National ((4-H 'Club} it i
jsurgerj on one 'eye last.week,' 30. ; :: Mr., and'Mrs. George Flynn 'of Mr, ,arid.Mrs., W. .H.. Gra- :..,. .r .
tilt 6n 'trie other this I Mr: and'Idrs.' AQl. 'sml t h Jr. :;i;: ; .1 Ladies. Full FashionffYLM .
'Tuesday; eye ;: Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews attended the wedding of Miss '. Mrs HiWflbelle Bence and ham.Mr..- and' Mrs.' L. A. /D VtS 1 ry ykCY. { 1 f. Pillow I' Cases.White

& Edwards': Mr: and Mrs- Ronald Elsieiean.,Chao to Roger Taylor Mrs,/'Nita Downine of Jacksonville merit: Thursday to .. Monday : ;.. HOSEFirst .', : '
as'.d. Dianne.. Andrews l 'and'sonsarid; Mrs.
at Jacksonville Beach on .Sunday visitorsof with Mrs. J .'Hardee in : .
mere R --t- .
#: nf&hool ,
Jacksouvlll $ ; M. of Anahiim, \ ) <
Saturday.. Mrs;:. :Etta Fnove Fefnandina Beach..
;were home for'the week ,
Calif visited Mr. arid
Mrs. : Cotton
end. Miss Mary Katherine'Wainwright ;-: Mrs: D.-I.: Clark of Jarkson Mrs. 'Robert..'Tanner: 'ofBaldwin .w. Quality. ;;" ,I 100. .
Thre residents from Ga'r Sunday Hewitt afternoon.in Valdosta. of FSU win be home i: villa and Mrs. jrene Johns of ,,xvae; ri itlrig: her Sl>a-,. New Fall Shades : ..., L Size 41 x 36
new .
t $ for,;,tHe, weekend.. ,. Ofeen Cove 'Springs:!I,wfre l lastFriar \ tact Mrs J.;H: Fields SaturdayaftfThoon' G Reg. 89c Pair f" .
baasawayi W Va. moved 'Mrsi of; .' .
have Bertha Pearce returned F pt;

"-Vfr ta: Starker.Yoak :hap Mr. bought sad-Mrs a.John homeat:13711Bianding.Strget Sunday relatives from a two'weeks visitwjth Nancy MissesLinda Condo< ; in Lauderdale '
Fort Tom Haines'.of? Altamont and Mts. H. ,'B.. ..Harririltoh Reddish'' and '' :'Mrs.. Randal N, 3 pre $1
,.Sara&eigtifcr and Winter Haven. :. 1-1j
: ? sffent with ChtttY ,
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vto "a Springs 'tjthe.Iw end ;: .snene'WednesdaV'nIght : L.---
gLeama : and Mrs. Mrs, S.. M, Wright of Anaheim Mr. and.MrsC.J.,:'. J. 'L. with Mrs.- Tract in -. ,, """ .
t\Tflsciii\ zf1 Haveire&ted wth.Mr.,and Mrs. j. E. HUder .. : Cpleman > Corbett t, : '.. .. .
.SL Calif. is visiting her and family }hi Clearwater.., Ferriandma Beach and pan ai- s ';.1: :: is,:..
;.home at 125 W. Washington son-in-law and daughter Mr. bran.Mr. Mrs. Flo Lvons is a medical tendinr,the : .
Street, and Mr\r ,and Mrs. and Mrs. W. H. NoUman 11-9' t' ,, 1
Mrs. Ronald Andrews for, "
patient in ,the Baptist. Memorial of the Florida Federation of.
:Iii\ft1; ;cone hate rented ahomeit' three monthS. .. have returned :fro 1\ Asljeville, 'Hosuita .. : Woman's Club in. Fernandina T II. r .u.-1ft..' ,," 8u1 Ik"V' .t
'637 N. Walnut. N4 C. where they: spent the Ir. Pti RI
Mr\; and Mrs. Dave Burt of summer. Little .Michael Patch underwent on 'Thursday.,, Other Junior .. 'PM 1 SWiATIRS.Ladies
Attending: a" dinner .
party Jackson' Mich. spent the firstof an?emergency'appendect-- members attending the meet ; Wi-i..tWi I
fOr:trioY; convention ',Of the the week with Mr. and Mr. and MrS. Walter Tim- 'omv in Bradford CountqIose ; -. Ing ark; Mrs. Pat Cauffmari; tab

,Fiot1<$&' 'League' of 'Municipali"at .Mrs..F. W. Strickland.. merman of Stockton Ga. an pital on Monday of last.week,' Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Mrs.: Jim = = 1 $388An
ttea t the Coliseoiin Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs 1. D. Mrs. o: t Be'asley and'Mrs: Bloodworth Mrs. Tfl. Wool
Hal Flannel
Miss Louise Johns of Atlanta, > ; Hand r= -- ..
Sunday night Vining from Tuesday to, Fri. :
were: ,
I Ga. was home for the week J. W. Kincaid had as guestslast and Mrs. Jerome Johns. s
'Reyi. and Mrs. Arch Thomas end to attend the funeral of: day. The Viriings and theirguests week Mr. and Mrs. Rager Members of the StarkeWoman'a..Clu ... m; III I Sheath
;Jr.rMr/jand'Mr.. Wayne. Dou- visited Mr. and Mrs..J.. .,. ;" j "t
her uncle. Lacy Johns Of New Baker of Reading, Pa. on :attending.the. ,..",L1[
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; River on Sunday afternoon. Thursday; Wednesday and Thursday .District'meeting of the Florida 9 oC1cl..lofil: c' SKIRtS .
'Doyle. Mrs. Ruby Johns Carl Linton Taylor Jr. of Jacksonville Charles Beaslev of Haines City Federation of Woman's .... ..=..... < .

-Hurst, and Merrill Edward'Remaining : Jr.Mr.recently and Mrs.attended H. 'A.-the'Bishop 64th Landrum and Miss Frances overnight Friday. Clubs, at ,Fernandina. Beach = i writes wfAACttM N.': .

there through of Florida-Southern Mrs. Lucile Davis and Mrs today werevMrs..D.: L. Thom- I It1y New
annual convention of the T7. rf'111 Colors .
Tuesday for the conventionwere College ,_ .,
spent the weekendwith W. N. North and sour Billyattended as; Mrs. Hollis knight, Mrs. .
: Mr. Douglas, Mr. Hurst ti S. Independent Telephone Association Mr. and Mrs. Merriti a "cookout at the Clyde Terwillegar. '''Mrs. Herbert .. ". .i:8v19ttaob'mldo, I Sizes 8 to 18 t. ,

Mrs Johns,.and. .Mayor Chitty." Hotel in at Chicago.the Conrad'HUt n Williams. home of Mf, and Mrs- H. 'G Thomas,,Mr*. J. W. Kin- ICING sam { I > -.:'..1'1'i' ,_. ".',1.,.....

Mr.. and Mrs. James Groov* Fred Thomson and three Davis Jr. in Gainesville last cold Mrs. 0. I*. 'Beasley, Mrs. .!

I er and. children of Gainesvillewere PFC. Randall Davis of Tort classmates of U. of P. and Saturday honoring Billy's J. D. Warren, and Mrs. G. S. C ......!t: $ .
Bevin Mass. was home from their :
Sunday afternoon visitors dates will spend the U, birthday anniversary;' ewcomb. ;., the 1 .. ,.,

: of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins. Sunday to Wednesday visitinghis of F. Homecoming weekend Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph AlvarezSr. Mr. and Mrs W. T. Jackson .. ...,.. .AIIve. R+au/ Joy' 11-'5. ;;-.J. K'I0 'rT
Mrs Bernice Opperman of parents. Mr. and Mrs. >H with Mr. and Mrs. P.Pi; of'Boynton Beach were spent the weekendT in Jacksonville -: '.,;> J'P"
K. Davis. His wife .> ..
I Clearwater spent the weekend him accompanied Stump. Also joining the it visiting Mrs. M. H. Lang and on business and plea 't ., <
: 'with her uncle, P. M. on Wednesday family for the weekend will j Miss Dorothy Alvarez from sure. 1 .'

Barefoot.. and they will'reside at Fitchburg be Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson ; Sunday to 'fue ay.. They at- ''
Mass, while he ,is stationed In Carroty Judxe' '
Court. IB
Mrs. Lex: Green, Mrs. H. L.! at Fort Bevin., and daughter, Margie q f tended the funeral of Mrs. ADd For1 Bradford County, SWi.jtRt ar
; XT' Becicum ,; FI rdta. ,. .
Robert of .Hawthdrne '
Speer. Mrs. G. J. McGriff d. : Monticello. cY fc ,
Miss Barbara btre: Estat 9f Lester Kit .,
Colley spent who died hi Alachua ;
: J. McGriff Jr., and Mrs. deceased. 1 .
A. Harris attended' the Y. the weekend with her sisterMiss David G. Scott Jr. of Clearwater General Hospital.,on Satur NOTICE.OF, Fl'LINGrPETITION C rdimlns;: <' '.:. .,}.( c.l.Tw ys.Western. .
Jackie ,was visiting Dr. FOR; FINAL'DISCHARGE OF ''''.;.ta..<.... .I t..'...'' '-' ''';' '
: funeral of W. R. Wynn in Colley at Fernan- and' day. Mrs. I Beckum? is the ADMINISTRATOR I '-, 1P't R'1.'.

a Gainesville Wednesday morn- dina Beach.. I Mrs.. O. L. Haynes Jr. and )!lOthex: .of Mrs.. Ralph. L. Al CERNJ TO ALL, WHOM. IT" MAY' '..ON.. $" 88'; : ::1 JEANS_
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Jug.Pvt. Mayor and Mrs. Randall I family from Wednesday to 'varez of Fort:,Myersf .. Notice la hereby given, that ,I y I ; :. .. .. '

Gary Hildebran of Port Chitty visited his parents Mr. i Sunday.. ,Mrs. Morris Williams and 'have administrator filed'my'of final the r returns as Ktwe4 tjr tm&T KN toy me r, 4 ,,. ,; .. Sanforized

: Benjamin Harrison. Ind. left and Mrs. M. F. Chitty in PFC Bud Lawson of Fort' 'children 'Folkston.' Ga: wen havefiled Lester I'te; deceased estate; that of I gw Cdr,ciwaab,v.SA, ) SLIP-OVER ,< -*':'13 3.4 oz. Denim i
visiting her parents. Mr. and my' petition tor 'ffn O) "
a Saturday
32 months, ser- Lakeland Ga. over the week Meyer, Va. is home discharge,: and thai I'will apply
: -rice in Vaihingen. Germany.Mr. end. Mr. on leave< !;MTS.'Jesse Newsome' onTu eat4., the,-Honorable Theron ,A. X $288'M> : : 8 to 16
Chitty Sr. is Sizesv
con this '
week. day Yawn; C int; Judge"of Bra d- .
and Mrs. Wesley crews had as recent hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- t Mrt and:Mrs. E..A, Winkle: 17th;. J9U..,f>oJ"' approval of Bradford County Fall Colors $198
Mrs. 1.. R. guests Mr. and Iis/'Fied tan eU son tine< svn and Mr. and Mrs spent last Tuesday to Saturday the same and for final' dtch'tigA s= '
Roberta Sizes 34
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Junior Women Birds ImportantIn Mrs. Ben Kite .:' Joiner-Packham -: Shirley Sigrhund I Lacy Johns 76 Dry Fall

Fete J Dates Gardens ,Is Honored .
: C : Engagement- '. To Marry
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And?.Husbands4'T;: ClubTold At Stork.Shower Announced Kenneth Elder .1[Services Held Being Recorded

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i.1r1 : Members,.,of the Junior "Birds in Your Garden"'was ,Mrs.'Bfll Epps, Mrs.'.Harold I I Mr. and Mrs. Jolu H. Joiner Mr. and Mrs. Otto V. Sig- I r! Lacy Johns, 76,-. of .New In.County

'V" :- GLADYS.'MOOTY PHONE 9640351'firenda Women', .' Club entertainedtheirliusbands the topic of study for the Epps. and Mrs. Albert Newman :, of Jacksonville announcethe mund Sr. of Jacksonville announce River, died FridayOct:, 20, i
Starke Garden Club's regular the in a Gainesville hospital after One of :the driest falls on
and dates with approaching mar
entertained at a lovely
I engagement of their i
meeting Monday evening! -at an illness of several days.fie
Lott United With C W Slade ; supper riage of their daughter Shirley record is being recorded in :
a steak Saturday.evening stork shower Tuesday
the home of Mrs. Garl ;evening daughter Darlene to HerbertW. to was, a lifelong resident, of
Ann Kenneth J. Elderof
'Sunday Hampton Baptist ChurchJ at'the home of Mis.! R. S. Mathews on N. Church street. of last-week: $ the Fellowship, Packham Jr., Son of Mr. Jacksonville, son of Mr. Bradford County and operateda Bradford County with ordjr :\
MU The chairman farm In the New 3.94 Inches of rain in September
11ris. program Hall of the First Christian : Rivefsec- .
and Mrs H; W. Packham of and Mrs: Emmett O. Elder of {
In a candlelight ceremonyat as ring bearer. I Dinner was served at banquet Miss Dorothy Ross, introduced Church honoring Mrs. Ben 'Jacksonville, formerly of Starke. tionSurviving and none so far In Octo- i

Hampton Baptist Church Best man was Marion Har- ]I i: tables set on the patio. the speaker, L. T. NIeland a Kite.Arrangements'. The wedding will take place are his wife, Mrs. .
last retired U. of F. professor, who Starke. Miriam Johns two daughters ber.The
Sunday afternoon Miss i rington of Jacksonville, and I at 7:30 m Saturday in the ; '
table decorated with p. Florida Forest Servile :
Brenda Lott became the bride ushers were Donald ,Slade, Each was I I gave an Interesting talk on of chrysanthemums The marriage will take place Good Shepherd Methodist Mrs. C- M. Fredrick., Detroit ,.

of C. W, Slade. cousin of the bridegroom, andP an arrangement of, fall foli the importance of birds' in in pastel shades were in the, Arlington Methodist I I Church Jacksonville. Mich., and Mrs. O. E. Crosby, reported that September was

The bride is the daughter HI Lott Jr., brother of the .age.Charcoal the garden. "Every plant and used in decorating for the occasion Church. Jacksonville>> at 8 p. Miss Sigmund graduated State Farm; two sons, Andrew the driest .month so far this

fof Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott of bride. served by broiled Charles steaks Sawyer were I animal .has a place and use in 1 ; -Ther white linen-cov I m. on January 13. from Baldwin High School Mr. Rhoden, Spruce Pine, Ala:; year- ,'but October may be even
rampton, and the bride'boom's After the ceremony a reception nature; said Mr. Nieland Both Miss Joiner and Mr. and Hassle Rhoden Jacksonville -
Harold Davis, and Al Brad- ered refreshment table held Elder is a graduate of Brad drier, since no measurable
parents are Mr. and was held at Hampton "and none, no matter how flower Packham are graduates of I ; four sisters Mrs. Fronle
.a pastel centerpiece, ford County High School
bury. The delicious meal was I of rain has fallen so
3Mrs. obnoxious and should New River Carl
annoying Moody Mrs.
Lester Slade of HamptonLake. town hall. Centering the 'and at one end silver coffee Terry Parker High School in and attended Wofford Collegein :
bride's table was a three-tiered prepared by the club social I I be completely destroyed." The service 'held coffee and hot Jacksonville.All Spartanburg S. C. Wynn Starke; Mrs. DenzJe far this month.

The double ring ceremony cake frosted and trimmed in committee headed by Mrs. condition of the plant life ina chocolate. Silver trays and friends and relatives of Thomas Lake Wales; and The prolonged dry spell Is

|was performed by Rev. W. P. white, and topped with a Sawyer, chairman'' and her community determines the compotes held dainty cakes the couple are invited to the WSCS Sets Mrs. Romie Johns Jacksonville causing considerable dismay
committee Miss Rosier
McElroy before an archway miniature bride and .groom.The type and quality of animal decorated with booties and r wedding and reception.Birthday ; ; three brothers, Miller L.
I bf ferns and white chrysan- lace-covered table was I:Mrs. Pat Cauffman Mrs. Lola life he said. nuts and mints Prayer DayThe Johns Starke; S. M. Johns, among strawberry growers
Garbett and Mrs. Al Brad- Mrs. Nieland. the wife of Lake Butler who are unable to get their
. emums. Baskets of gladioli, with fern and white I ( The green linen-covered gift 'Honors ; and Wesley
urns, and greenery decorated chrysanthemums. The other I bury. the speaker, who is Historian I table centered with First Methodist WSCS Johns Gainesville: three plants set.and started without

e front of the church. refreshment table, covered in After dinner the guests took for the Florida Federation of small was tree decorated with a _Given Paul Dinkins will observe Quiet Day of the grandchildren and four: great Irrigation.

r.The bride, given in mar- lace: and holding the punch part in sports. contest held Garden,Clubs,'spoke Informally pastel cotton 'balls Week of Prayer; and Self grandchildren. Due to he extreme drynessof
tiny And P. M. BarefootMrs.
in the Florida Room. The the Denial on Tuesday Oct. 31, the woods the Forest Service
ge by her father wore aulllength bowl, was decorated with a on importance of.keeping babies and storks.. Funeral services were field}I
gown of Chantilly bouquet of yellow and white, Yellow Team was skillfully a history of the.club and During from 10 till 12 noon at the at 3 p. m. Sunday in 'Baylessi .has issued a warning to
.' ace over taffeta. The fittedace chrysanthemums. captained by Charles Sawyer extended an invitation to the to 10 the party hours 7:30: Charles Dinkins, Mrs. church.\4 Hiway Baptist Church with !,.the.,public for greater caution -
with Tom Casey and Mrs. Christmas house tour, the o'clock games were Lloyd Green and Miss Sara Wilson and in handling trash fires
bodice had long sleeves Serving refreshments were Brannon Funeral :; .
by 62
played guests and bar- Mrs.
Sawyer serving as cheerleaders. corsage class and workshopin Barefoot gave a birthday Perryman Lake 'etc: .
d a scalloped neckline, ac- Misses Jayce Conklin, Vicky prizes Home. City, in charge. .
were awarded to the
entered with crystals. The up- Mosher, Mary, Lou Gnann Bill Shiner, captain of the flower arrangements by the winners. becue supper Saturday even- Entertains it I"t. The.foresters.also. report six
Red Team cheered on ing in the Dinkins' yard hon- in the
"iiif fires
Gainesville nti nally'set.
er skirt of lace ended in and Mrs. J. L. Slade. Mrs. P. Curtis Marlowe
by Mrs. Drew Reddish and The hostesses presented the oring P. M. Barefoot and Paul At Dinner last Saturday.it .
allops over nylon tulle. H. Lott Jr. kept the bride's During the business session PartyMrs. .
Mrs. Junius Smith.Outstanding honoree with a bottle sterlizer Dinkins of Lawtey, on their ,
The bride's fingertip veil of book. conducted by the president, Elected President k' was believed that these
of the I baby bottles, ,.diapers, and ,a birthday anniversaries.. .
usion was'held by a rhine- For her daughter'sweddingMrs. winners Mrs. M.' F. Hazen, plans for Daisy Perryman entertained Of Farm Bureau were started by the same person
baby quilt
tone tiara. She wore a single Lott chose; a beige I suit events included Mrs. Jerome the club booth at the Bradford 1 the OCCasiOLWTCU as mementoes of Twenty, members of the at a family'dinner or. persons since they all

: trand pearl necklace and cared hat, and matching accessories. Johns for the javelin throw, County' Fair were completed.Six immediate.family enjoyed. this: party Wednesday night of last Curtis Marlowe was re- occurred in about an hour'stime
Harold Davis for the 125 yard delightful affair; week at her home N. Wal-
members made reserva- on .hi: the same general lo-
of white
a bouquet car Mrs. Slade chose a stone green elected president of the Brad
dash, Bill Shiner for the dis- tions to attend the District, Hears ; nut Street. : cationAbout 40 acres were
fastened to white dress =
; a matching hat and bone ford Farm Bureau at a meeting t
!' cus throw, and Ervin Andrewsfor Recent Births Arrangements of pink and
able accessories. I meeting in Dunnellon on Nov. Report On held Monday night in the turned ,
the tennis match. In addition 3- yellow roses pink mums, and ,
Miss Frances Lott, a cousinf Mrs. Lex Green of Starke Any othermembers, desiring Agricultural Building Other .'" ''
) the bride was maid of honr was pianist for the ceremony; .to Vhese individual to attend may contact State. Meet, Bradford County. Hospital potted orchids were used in officers re-elected for another -
stars the entire team,partici Mrs. announces the following decorating. .
Hazen this week. One
> and wore chiffon-over- and Mrs. '' ATTEND
a James Baker of Orlando year were Lonnie Harley,'vice]
affeta street pated actively in team events.. new member was voted into A report of the state con births: After a three-course dinner, '
length dress in was soloist. president, and Freddie Wat-
le The J football game, broad the club. vention Lakeland was give Mr and Mrs. Willie James cards,were enjoyed at the two EIGHTH GRADE
yellow. Her bouquet was I I. terson, secretarytreasurer.Directors ,
if yellow chrysanthemums.Bridesmaids' After a brief wedding trip, jump, relay race and 50 yarddash During the social hour a I by Mrs. Florence Hippie, ,Harris Lawtey, a son, Robert tables. .
Mr. and Mrs. Slade will go to were won by the Yellow delightful dessert course was I president, at the WCTU meet Roland, Oct. 19. for the new year f .HalloweenDance
were Mrs. La- Fort Bragg N. C., where Mr. Team. The Red Team won the. served by the hostesses: Mrs. ing in the Gold House Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Dean R. Put- Woman's Club are: Titus Olson, Foster Shi'',
nar Brown. Miss Kathy Con- 1 1I
din, a cousin of the bride, Slade will be stationed with basketball game cross country -1 Garl Mathews, Mrs. A. E. McKinney last Friday afternoon. nam, Melrose a son, Dean R. Exec Board Smith, J. R. Wainwright,. .J":1:
Hiss Alethia Williams, and the Army. race, boxing match,, and and Mrs. Frazier Eleven members paid dues at Putnam Jr., Oct. 19. I I R. Kelly J. C. Sapp. TommyHamilton 'j i'' AfterStarkeLive '

Hiss Barbara Kirschaine of The new Mrs. Slade had high dive. The teams were Shaw. this time and the offeringwas : Mr. and Mrs. John Robert To Meet Thursday and J. W. Gaskins-. :''I ( Oak

tarke; All wore street length been attending Bradford High evenly matched and only a $6. A letter was read from Lynn Starke a son, Daniel:i It was decided to hold' the-,

eases in chiffon over taffeta; School and working as secre- last minute win by Bill Shinerin NOTICE the state president inviting!I Ray, Oct. 20. I The executive board of the annual Farm Bureau fish fry I 'Football Game

wo in flowered prints of yel- tary at Hampton Elementary I the high hurdles gave the I am not responsible for the local group to an area I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sher- '' Starke Woman's Club will for members and their families : \. TONIGHTIN

ow and pink and two in chif- School. She plans to continue Red Team a victory. any debts made by anyone meeting at the First Presbyterian man Crosby, Lake Butler a meet 'Thursday afternoon, at the Starke Farmers"Market
her education in North Car- Church in Palatka on daughter, Sandra Lynette, Nov. 2, at 3:30: o'clock in the on Saturday Nov. 4, .
on other
and lace in turquoise andink than myself. V. S. St.
> and white. Their bou- olina. Mr. Slade is a graduate Ladies Council John. 10-26 3tp 119Florida Nov. 15. Oct. 24. j I club house. from 4:30: to 6:30: p. m. j -
of BHS and has been associated -
nets were yellow and white
Meets .
with hisfather Tuesday .' -
hrysanthemums; con-' ., ,.. t .
struction work and 1I 1
poultry I
All of the
bride's attendants farming since his previous Circle One of the. Ladies f.,1 I Ii1
ore single strands of pearls, Army service. Council of the First Christian I It
i gift from the bride. t
Church met at 10 a. m. Tues Ii
Out of town guests included 0
Janice Lott. daughterf i1
day with Mrs. Barbara Graf f fs i
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Slade of
Mr, and Mrs. P. H. Lott Jr. at her home on Kingsley bake.
Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Syn-
Starke; and a niece.of the Mrs. Margaret Blankenshipgave ,
jride, was flower girl Her nette Durham and ,baby and the devotional. Luncheon !
>ink dress trim- Mrs. W. E. Durham of. Lakeland
organza was was served at noon to the
ned in satin: and'she"wore a' Mr. and Mrs. James Bak nine members attending. Theatre I I C
irclet of pink flowers In herlair. er of Orlando Mr. and Mrs: Circle 2'met at 8 p. m. i
M. RMisner and.Mrs. Lyle
Terry McElroy of
son Tuesday at the home of Mrs., .
lev. and Mrs. McElroy served I Misner of Gainesville. Iduma Parham. Mrs: Grace .. .,. .
SAT. OCT. 28 k .. !
Fullwood gave the devotional ':. i .:.. if.i ..:.- t
and Mrs. Clyde Colson pre Double] Feature Program i.f-.. :.;' ..If. .,,. *:r.... --..' } <
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sided over the business session. 1st Feature i r day Saturday: C27T; 28 .- !
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home of Mrs. Lester Kite, I '
where Mrs. Rosebell Tomlin- FREE Parking:: $aiayJ!' S :.:;' '.

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son gave devotional Mrs. '

SUP ERE T T E. i i I Wesley business Andrews session.conducted The hostess the, Try Starke Store 1 *',:FIRSTStunning : I

assisted by her daughter, Mrs.I Smart styles in Doe Lon or : I f
671 W. Madison Phone 9649231WE i a. y a ktFs :y. + ,
Newman, served refreshmentstothe Washable, ] Cotton Poplin. ; y. k. 8 rt .. I I
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'For Pledges David Wayne as "Joe" 699> / to 1499 r '

Tom Ewell, "Willie" '
!I The annual Ritual of Jewels as -

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I II I Richard Egan 99S
FRESH SLICED j sorority was held Monday -
i| night in the Pecan Room of Cartoon ,
BEEF LIVER 3 lbs. . i the Garden Restaurant with :
99c ft
Truck Load of Trouble]
I: 29 members and the chapter New Stock-Just Arrived! i .: -S

director, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, at-
U. S. GOODCHUCK : tending. SUN., .MON. ,& TUES.

ROAST 'lb . 49c' !, ritual Pledges at this who time received were Mrs.the OCT. 29, 30, & 31 Men's Cowboy BootsFrom Others at 2.99

Leroy Haines Mr Curtis

RIB ANDBRISKET :j Marlowe, Miss Martha. Rozier,. Texas Boot
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CarrolIMarAMESSHKETA Bulky Knit or Smooth-in 1
STEW lb-' Mrs. Richard Rodermond,I $1 S99
29CMEATY 1 I Mrs.. James Shiner, Miss Leah I' Sizes .6 i/ .11 Cardigan or Slipover Styles.

Sutton, Mrs. Arthur Patray'l j' rl \ t I
:Mrs. Connie Clark .', .
NECK BONES lb. '12% I Sara Lou Wells.Madison A1t .- I ,
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Ladies -
HICKORY Street !' I II II I Men's 1.79 Sale] Price I :: ':'J.
Half or I II .

.whig: Baptists To Hear I Cotton Blouses '
SMOKED BACON >. (Sponsored by the SweatShirts177c ;,:fi :,::, ., $

Guest PastorRev. Bradford Hi, PAT.A..) I .' \ ,, .
ABLE Sizes S-hi\ -L-XL '1"11. t
Sleeves] .
Roll-up Sanforized '.
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Cartoon "; ,,1-o-U'
POTATOES Ibs. W. M. Dunagan, pastorof : f :.: ,
10 2c! "
the Funston, Ga. Baptist HappyClobbers Solids and Prints ,. ""f '. (

Church will be the guest Knit Briefs val '}; ,.' '
Boys' .
FIRM, RIPEBANANAS preacher at both the morning WED, THUR&, & FRI. I 39c ... .' .t ,," !. II

'lb- . -
'and services NOV.
10' I evening worship 1, 2, 3, \
on Sunday, Oct. 29. in the I Ii

A.RED With .$5.00 Food Order I Madison Street Baptist Double Feature Program Now 3 pr1 00 Sports I i

Church. The of .
membership '
1st. Feature -
TOMATOES 2 cans 10C the church and an other Interested Sizes: S.M/ \ -L A t.c,9'r .

persons are cordially I '.:.:. ,' >. I
invited. {

ARGE FAB . Mr. _..,
; 27cIA4NELL Dunagan is pastor of II See Our Smart; New r ---J'
an old and prominent Baptist

Church in Georgia, and the I
2 ozs.
membership: of the local Laes'Shirts399to.599 11

INSTANT) COFFEE 39KM church is looking forward to i I I .

I.his visit with much interestand'pleasure. ., It
4 2nd. Feature Wool.or[Gabardine-Straight or Pleated Styles. _
DANDY :; 4T /7 w I

BITS S l lb8. .a..29cABLSCO ,UDC ChapterSets Others at 2.99 1 I I \!!

*A! "Vt/V *'* = ; f

MeetingFor i into Comfort fashio 41'ue '
SALTINE selections Step pan .. ,* ih. :
Large Ladies. Closeout
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RACERS!( lb. . 31' November. 1 RE I .' ; Carps guaranteed ehoes.Al1 ,
4 :.:. Values
7.99 i I
to '
SWEATERS _. iiip. and Colors .
W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. Styles : I
We Sugar'Cure and Hickory C:. .wm.W. P.et-'M Glenn;the with 1idme'.ptMra. e- ,,. Cartoon_ : Now: One. -Half' .Prind, -Below l- !* :, -.. s --' Sizes 4# to0 '=. 4 "(I. ,

Smoke ('hostessMrs;J3E.'WUso&': '(hi'! .
your Pigs I I Wednesday afternoon, Nov. Happy Valley ; '..
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1, *t 3:30: o'clock. I

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t8 't' :: l... 'i.. ;. '..' .Stark Jaycees- were.co-hosts,., \
,Where Many Families Fail wIthTOcala at the Second DintQt j
:: .". : j .. FREE PJKING
1 ( *. t.: Fall.Caucus held in .the !
.,: *IL:':r *tb f : . I! 6cala Natfo'hal'Forest; list : ..

The 11oridaP '.Commission, w.tefitly" tion discloses, figures sliqwing that!. ireeteia.,
., bbservlhg its 20th ,Anniversary, about,i e-thjfd : f jhigh i J rsciicolstudents'drop tended :from' toe ..district.hcluding ..1 '.'

fesaaehlts voice l<$ those increasingly, out beforegraduating; !. -4 Jayceesrom !Ij

.-disturbed l !1 by the increase crime and High :$ hool drop-outs are poor prospects $ainesvffle: t Deala,. Starve :; I .. 'E t, ''i\. 4* ,.!t
unsocial t behavior among' ceHafn 'sdgffiects foremployinenVartd their chancesare t ke'tjr live Oak,. Madison i !; I

of today's youth. .. ,.. J gejting.'poorer'all" 1 thfe'firnejas'; mp& :and Perry. i iMSuest'spcaker : ,.- 1 '' '

Fxpm put of its vast experience of jobs jiow irequlfe more /skill, raining, : at the cau- ipi
/ '
qui:,_ wasJohnson E. Davis,'
the st20{ 'years, during: w'hjfhjt j wasjresppjasjtilp ajid general 'than ; 'on
; ; !nteljigence] per: efQre. > state president, who .discussed Sattr.tdQ' ,
.forsupervising.; .tbe civilfree .,-It : : '
; islQiiriqth.atajoungsfery wjip' .the trem ndis:Affect. of, the .
omi\t: 26,000 l law violators, the drops out of;school"is likely to I f e,unemployed I influx of n7w residentsmoy- !:, \* .iff ) ..
commission, in report issued_ on i its'an'itiversary :.iii trpubjTe jnth: ): he authorities-1,t to.Ftorjda. -'.- especially. .." ", the : I'I I '. I ".. (j( ..f'. .
made this observation: : or:on.:the .ro f t-of. SOCIal.agencies. that'I' 9rI: CCj41 i *-. *??-*.. r s'.. t .

V. "One fact has impressed itself uponibe assist;the ,n edy. .' .. 'Tie business sessions .were ,;_ t :----. THA T.'S RIGHT FRIENDSYOUfcoftri4 '

i&rSIe commissioners adults! .have ':Proof of !this is found itim'e again jn I ,pqt; e4_ Jer., )% Jerome -... ..".. i : ., '-' '

:'fiot'malfe*fea'l I fdrt 'in 'many;faniiKetp case Doming, before the Juvenile Court; '.Johns5 Second. District-, vice :L HAVE Tb'lFEEDrf ;
: : prepare young people to met:jife.. A :jit.Bra&f i!
;.iarge:: .majority of those coming 'into more. ik !'y.Jo.et ..!into trouble 'were local.,Gorge Jaycees 5jT .Ricks attending,, .who.: -z: : .;. ". ,METERS' ON-3 :..SthURIiAYS I

iFloridaiprisbris: have no tradeor ability than those \vKo are bnsy n % l .try I served I .. ', 4>. . .. 1 ..-, <41'.: "
hooIJ as caucus Ch1Ufl1tIheStarke. : l .r ,, ., .
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.to ._._ t
earn an honest living. They: Jiave not ing to f r? IJJ' I If *i.#' I
prepare theniselves for tetter bte,1iresiden "
4be .
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tjeeh ught the.virtue'. of hard work- jobs with better i later I' -,
irfcpme Ji life/ { _roup,,- HarqldBa'sley : I
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tn fact f,/ha 'e't been ;Caught fo; wtfrk"at} '_ The Parole;jCoipmi&ion ias'lilt.on a. !Bob Williams George p': Cometoown this ty&kiid -: : .
'MhSoth: } ese hjive' :studded along ohjhe'lr6ivh. factor"that, as, .a source' of' troubp] ';Qanova, uddpr EJliot! A. jQ. 1 ," 'I, '- -. W. .* /, .',' 'f.'...:
thai ifby. Harry *--* :
convinced life is all receive. ambng.jpung people, ,cannot Jje ov fm'ith Jiwis rL; ; fi ininthefun! 1. ,' ,'"
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no'gh"e. ;epalzea--"adults, 1Umy.Jamil1eS ;jiien, Cogdill, .-...-. _, :J. .
t.' t m Q1i'eSLpJr1; .tamir J6hns, I ; c.- t -._- ..' .. .. .. ,
In-pin-pointing. this failure of. manymany'cases 'have made no, real 'efforVto 1' ROBERT BATlKSfiALE' 3 cRarksdale's :: 1) A U' ": P' '. ,., ,
: the preparp ,GaindJprns n, .and,Jerome. .
cOJIltnission has hit. upon 'young'people to meet Ufe: A r rgif niajqjritjr :- 'Jbnn'r? ,Deoarfment Store.

'what'I doubtless the root of th! fr of, those, coming 'into Florida -. ,. .- -

-*bJe hi of juvenile'crimeVNot prisons have. no. trade. or ability to,earl) Three Qualify- '.1 1 .
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$nly 'do .
: many parents fail 1 to prepare an honest living.1f: :'''' !'
heir childreaifbr. }: life at home, but they No stronger j /argunaenl could.' .rpf Cf ntySclTrustee I -- photographer caught. me with my spray jjfun in.jfiand hapa; ) i' 're'scindin: ,Us _ct on.The free parking places,: ire

, ijen[ :',fajl; tp ompe; } them''Tfo Jatten'dacnbol ihade'for keehgf. ,thaiilioy; or girl. be in. Election() .. ): but"mayb'e it's a good ,idea after "all\ for. ,inlets 1FJJt/: TOMERS' tNLY 'an3 e,: ry merchant: .}is i xpictcd -
,Jhe : shoppers .Starke and surrounding. 4jrade ,area ( cooperate tollic.ufmost 'by keVping them cfteh
I Na'tipnjal Education 'Assod i4 school., you : : o. : ;
A. L. GreenBrokerU.'C.;., ; .! k6 W"h t; \\e m rchanta. have been, doing, lately.to for shoppers.J vho' n1:9.: spend their.* racmfey injb'nr

a Harley, Larwfey; 'and 'Charlestardy I I spruce .np our places of 'business 'and:mike ,them Wore .stom. ,It iirtinl'd( b'e like cb1nnj1tting, .<%0IKfESS SUI-

;fWnve:4ioofc: The fair : -r: t : tar e ,have' qualifiedSkllVf attractive J, ;and, more inviting to the. .cust mi.'U! y
: ...,.. '9. ; .c i1ies for/ .School j haven't been down'town.l lately, by .afl means .jjay: tis a spaces-t for tiieirt own tars.. f .. *
f.1 : .- ;V 7' ... ....". :' Trustee ,ind their names' will ; :visit this i weekend and see what t !is going on. 'You wilt. fte, .. ,
\ 4' '"bigger : .fisl1S ,1 j:appear on .the .Nov., 7 ballot. ." '71--
.and better" Bradford the p\\ asinfly'suprised! .
t County Fair 'iVin'full: ) swhig.at the..new annual l fair all a chaiicej I W it1i .three/placesKije filled, IV Another I big reason for you! .to shop Starke t store! *

:fairgrounds:: adjoining the SfarRe, to gee,. in_ vivid'displa)", the agricultural I I;(there ts"rio ; ptin; ; b : this weekend! Is fo. fake J advantage! of the wonderful! FAIR
.Farihera. .products.that are beihgf !: Juve tiift privilege":1 And! when you come to town on Satu'rdayyowiU'!; WTEEK BA' "
produced inlhfecounty JrXlP JbeJng otter d. cooieraYVf
: Market, and' one )look .at \ ; j/j, ; ; l as ,a | prcf
J; hew layouts convincing proof|hefine_ ,-and enjoy the raan. Aq'ther.\ .e C- ,,; ;g, l .1' s'ln, "'0' "'tbe,, binr. -'l\ havt j n qiher i ple a.said JsurpriseiYOXJl.: .! FIND,.THE.- ,Ati6n fy & irkVstore&; .,'Many! .,of, y.ou.took advantage oftheoutstanding
.that'the hibits"of: an ,entertaininsand .!o '-, l'I ...P 1.tK METERS' ,.HAVJ1'EN! 'sKcKtu:
;,new :air Association is : e.a ucajtionarhatiire I fq ; Dollar Day al.off red several) weeks
functioning millage, (
l t entered,by'clubis} schoob, Tlie..rercbmmerided D4Y" and )ou can enjoy FREE' PARG >nry. igo. So. lip show appreciation of
ficiently, I whfcK) .wni: bal .. : your eoop i 'tioi,
aojeon' the. tI '
churches,' and other civic I !vhere: the. ,shopping district, just lIke 1b .
:; Spacious groun'ds, well graded 'and groups. lot' for appfovaror; qi isapprpyal T "' -- -' as *" ;!Tgoodold. .;:! mercaitare.corning! ; i )back with another festival of
Plans are in tKe makihg 'fot'lniorep'e'rniahenj days We, merchants certainly apjreciateietoopration Vrgains that ,wiU.be.
J more exhibit, 1..is 9 .mills in. the ,filstjjct grand climax. to IRAllf tylEEK.
V klamorous midway,* and space ajhpre$ i ; .Buildings, al Ae. ; ,ri.iw fairground Qurr'ent/Furtd( 'and I, n jtfl' forfiuil.aj'and tof our.City; ,Council,. ,ih"declaring"this "njeUr"mdralorium" : You can save more than enough on these liuys tOJ"r for
!i around impYoYed facilities generally : ; f *! and 5tat A- .and* county fuhdaVon; : Bus'.Tteserye:' ;; ; each Saturday 'ft iit noyjr "ihrough Ch'rist- your: mlly.. fun at the fair. .
!( are toeing r> ,
,:Jt more of.A pleasure than ) matching i \; basisvul 'be available. I 'f9r.) Od'fre6lTi' wiri yote.t'th.: masu-Tf 4t works, and increases jhenumber of. .shoppers : r

visitihe ever beforet this purpose. Doubtless these fcuildingswill I :the. trustee election.. Polls' will downtown on''gafuraay--rho knows, maybe the Satur

:Ji Bradford Bradford County-Fair. be'-completed and ready for use"in i be'open at the regular voting !I day,Free Parking will be continued indefinitely 1 You've heard a lot and read a lot m tie past weeks

ted County has long been'no- time for the fair next year.' place in each precinct from : 'about trading at.home, and many of you have comm' nte4

:, for'its county fair, and now its So come on and 7 'a. m. toVp.. n>: The Council did. 'this at the favorably: pfi oiir meissa)es: It becoming ev1denttt
fame, is spreading put tiijoy the. FAir Ii : request of your Merchants '
adjoining! ,: ,, .iuoi'e
cqunJktiesiespeciaUjr in "" 4 and more of us 'are beginning to realize,how much
: hose its iina| twp; d ij} s"n a.v \;firaiinB,"also 1- ; .Association. ,as part of our program'tb .make Jhe :' J
thkt ,do 1 C tli olic Mass '
not .have we pah\ do to! build I up u( commnnity and make .better .
Visitt'lexbi5i) business .. a
:' fair .of...theirown.; .As.tke :Bradfp : %sge, that| .|s 4o- 1'1'Sci 'Starve distrid.iftor.e' :attractive and iavitipsolhatyou future (or children

9 County ait-grows:: it will..attract, m re; ing on in tnecouny; { ::Xo jnU.. fihdj'alvisit } J .. "dtikhanged. *,: i" < wilIwant, to spe dinore and inoreofyo'rI1dollaright pay .the!town that supports purs Yes4and. us. )Vf pur are ,stopping by supporting 10't think J.
I here home. No need
: and /( at to
TOoreLtrisitors. arid. exhibitora. from -to the.n ew., :fair grounds profitable I F ther\ ', onn1e 'ScXighrt :: shopping centers when go to4hi.'bicitjy } twice before :>\;e l 1t iouglitllessly go 'out'' of,tbwn. to spend.

Ctheseearbv.nu l ; ,r.n. r 'makthgouia.! from, the, stan'dpoinf-educatjonas... ell j has announced thkt''P1 ire wfll; chandise, jW:: Prices, Courteous you can Service get Quality AND FREE jjier- payroll. Hollars.Ve! .. _re Asking; ourselves. -have, I jealy. !-

..... eyent't.- ...:.. "troly.1 a i-countftja1.. as relaxation./' S.kr.;.'--., ,V I schedule be .( change- ai.. jn St. thj'1. dward8/nass' .: ,PARKING... RIGHT HERE AT HOME.i ii given our.local merchants lair cha c t -haYejjibnestly ) -
vr -- > ; tfledto.'flndthisarhcle; in town
I : ': j '> 7 W'l1 ." beforeprdcrinff? :
Churchlfon .
:: i : Catholic Sijnday .
I [Another ; : :: Oct. 29, the Feast of cKftst,I ;* This Free Saturday Parking is from.mailorder House, driving to the tY.rr-baxe' |
Community Asset ,, .1 the King. a service to custbmere -- ..tJrefllr.cpmpareilFjjrtt! and other costs,to/be sure..that
j / of course, and is not 'intended merchantsciid .tJit arltlcle I buyout of town i is not actually ,
For the convenience of costing m*,
: Recent proof:of.' phase* of parishioners. attending theEfibrisV their employees. The ,Chamber jpne commul
The! .vtark'e Golf and Country 'Clubis ALL ,.MERCHANTS{ an Professional Jeri and
thefora- Yes .
l :nlty progress is 'the StaYke Golf and Congress: ? we*are asking.ourselves. these and, many otherquestions
:Country"Club": : This WreatTohlil an9 .ari exJellenVexampjejoJ! w iat can 1 be Petersburg, Mass will be fl''I''I ;ployees NOT TO USE the free parking spaces on jBati'nrday and more and.more ot uSJ are reachllig.thetcon

cultural, asset to Bradford &ThclisITea1ffh' the proper apphci.tion..Qf 'b'rated: at 7:30: a. m. instead 61 for:' their-own (!Jqnvenience, for that, w ufd be de- clusion,,tnaOt! DOES payjb tradeat h TRY';!
me. IT
( I)planned, financed, and Imilt County in ]less than was, l leadership, imagihatipn, and cppperatiojj ..{t $b o'clock. liefeatihg. the purpose +iidJfpl| LrkuR! 1 ii .ouE\ Coi#nq1 per-, .THIS; ''WEEKEND, AND SEE. !, C .,\ t
fo year, and is1' JHoreover, when the clob Mass' at St. William'sChapel ":.. t.. .. '. ,ttt:. ,;. '.. .d: '\ '\ I
C now'In full use by its :. '.;, ; J ,r lif; :ii'n': :"'r."t .' f I. ": \ < > ', '
building and Keystone W111 9
pool Heights ;
are completed ; i : .
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members and guests. Those who have derstand' there we un fce, .. tthe' Sunday timeoXS:30a.m. ,. ...T .<<.' .. >L:" "" ,4'or...'...", ". .-". ". -"",..H""i... ... '".. ..> I ;, Ii ., .
will be '
planped ocial land l regular "- --- fIIjI. ,
;.pot visited the golf! course recently' recfeatiohal activities i. : ; :.r' f ''"I'J.. '. ...,. .t" T.\i. .1't.ft"s' ..:.r., p ;;J-- *.'\
: : .
throughout I '
j.should drive out soon, '. S.:' I '
= particularly on the year for the younger sell. :' ----- ;
Wednesday I
afternoons or Saturdays Stark and Bradford :them .in the refrigerator ,to .
:! jvheri the course has its best County have t chill, the* serves them cut in
play. .m assets.to sell \ BUYVJiFRE'\
';<5 The club management informs us and ny residents prospective i industry\ i half, .as you 'eat an orange. YftDR TRADE BOPS ThE COMMUNITY $ERYE
- : that't is expected to have adequate fi- : schools 1 f'Cots; of people, dont care for'them
our lakes .
: panc s by the first of January with many and now our country arid 'one, 'person this 5i i I \1-.1 4444 H. \Jt/t 'jt t. 'it'ti i'4f1jlL
club. $
S .which to start While the. latter is ,necessarily reftncted week: ld't ? taste 'like I
construction '
of the "
I house and swimming pool. No, one would .for the use of members, if,'it sweetened vaso1h. *- .e. ; YOU I JN TIME'QE, :NEED! v."; ,

J.'have. 'thought this 'possible a. few years helps to locate a new industry in our Petunias are: a lot handier \. '-' .. I, ,. '.!.o' i_ <. .
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ago when local golfer} midst A.' "oIo;
had to drive or'bring'more couples here for than mst -- I--"f":; "'
I > people realize ac- of. ....... .
J many; milesand, take an entire day for retirement, then the country club is r cording/Ja:/ a J tower,.eipert. ...we ':.... i9RIDAPEST CONTROL. ; > GEM JEWELRY!i .f. "" : .,
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of .- a.
: game golf talked UTecently. 'He said he'had ., .
..... truly for the benefit'of'all.farmer's I IV' r .f : .. :
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'went .
some that .through : 1 .
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\ the sever wiater 58 whendown f .. V 1 ANDREWS
Beautiful } .
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weather ., I
this DRUGS
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The, fth'e1 Icttperatart\ :"febt. 'to \; f ,. .:,: .. *.- ij. ;Jit. ''.-ft- ;" ';" t 1., :' ''i a .
bi mornings are cool t we've j :" 't'., ; .' .'.... . >.'fi. '. .. ; :,
i' # : 12 at his place. Allclt will Jind .' 1:14 ; 1 .". ,
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had a low of .42 SLADE % .. ..
so far] but) : ,1'-- .
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out this winter, shf has ,. DENMARK
; ; a y-: :-, I-;' : .. . :f- b : FURNITURECO.,;? .
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V ,By Sam KcGarfejr t1e'41r is invigorating. andjit t:b&:9f( : 'th'elfn'.plinted out ..rta: ." : 't ..It ;5'> I .Jt..i"'i.;. ;';'. f.:1:: ::: j i: .. .. ,jj.-: -:
a makes you want to get up and front of vthe nursery and .it .. jickiSON BUILDING 'i'. ,: : pf .
SUPPEYr ( > > .
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.1! go. Then, too the,.woods i -.be'interesting r / --.-_- < <- W "__ ,, :- ;I' :: NORnI.FI.ORlDA'SUPPLY"Y'
their: troubles :-and. the woods'are ; are. vUJ to. 'see. ,.what J.4fXS! .' f oJ 'v/. < .

: ;1changing j, colors .and we think: happens.. !. :'.j : ,t/f getting -near the gangerpoint. It is the prettiest t1me. f the' I 13 T MITCHELL In.UG'5'J.I'tE' COMMUNITY
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Pete. .WairiwrigKt 1 safa; year.p. 'A v I1 i.. Pecan t gathering ttineh }iic'g 2 ..3r: . .. -:, _.iK';; -r;.J- < '_,* .ifl r STATE BANK of .STAKE.
I ,lastjRreek -1 : tM-.n\ kSP L -r \ . .. ..._ __
hjjjs scouting, _around < S r > : : U -
for irrigation '''- ; ;' .ypa_..can_L .. ...k._eep._. :,\.,the._ RUBY JOHNS' ; ; "- .. q'4_
). I equipment! One of our. dogs Fiddle,.goi; squirrels and.birds 'from.mtk-.. .. EMJTYS1OR.}; ._ ;4 'l "WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE

1 so he can soak the ground, before .killed on 'the; .highwaj. this_I f: jnSLjpff'! : ;*!i thA them.. 'Iere'' '!& .' '; ?t i 11ck.j r .77 I ft) .' : .:'- ".:,,:: S--* r ., .- ;STORE J ,
setting out some plants' -week and swe; Miss hfm. His !.a ,f a t.r rly 'good ,crop according :: : :-. ., 4 :ia! t: ,

.II' n w'-3 I he has under refrigeration I brother Paddlelooks'. .tekr- t6k buyer we..' talked: : to.' whoa $. J TARKE,. BUltDEflS SUPPLIES: ," ;.... ..:/; '. : f ': IPRIEST'S .. -.'
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t This; is Pair Week.5o: rally ; ; .there .is' damage \ "': i- wjrfsSUi: -, '.
..'around. ", gather > since the beds werema; ekup L,, he.has learned to Kay' r I'.from 'sc.a1Jut- '., ojKejrjisTfcgood : --..".::. ..NASWORTHY PURNfTUREBULLINQTON : ::; .. ;.;" '( f :';t;. o' : -: ,
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5jp.th5 and.. without ifrfgaTiohTthere'.is ..! : : < T'ARKE'.I"C'A'P' co' '
: away from there. yield of' wett-fUIed nuts. ;l I _J. .. S" >
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hope.of. getting: .. plants I 4 .1.- .-; <, ; f.\. AND APPlIAN ES1 .J'Ir :1t : > -..: "t j. _....fl' ? ;; ..;T. -* H -' ""
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car take hold. The 1:1.:: .. ,.. : ._ ; ., !
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ago )still going as there Is1 a big' : : ; .
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County. Fair ,th1s'weet at' the The I : } : 'f"-\t
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i strong. We had given upon,.. .. in otfier 'states. Incidentany, 1 ; ., .' t tT'-j- '" j', '
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grounda"neit to the I weather, = .
which has matured j it, but after mowing a few he :'said a,good wSy}bygeta: : ] > : ; '; r : :, WILLIAMS JEWELRY' <:< '
Starke Farmers !
Market. a lot f f
vegetation and
a.lack weeks the. started 9BRADFORDBUlLDllUPLy .
ago" plants pecan started is td"Iratt- ThedesIrevr1ty :
There'll be fun: for of rain tncreuede I -" d.' ,I II'" .. ... .
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II seeding again and now we to a hickory '<'" II .. .;' .t .p., 4 : wt" i:

.:lots meet to]see.all lots at the to,Fair.dofriends'to o\'t; |\nd danger w ods.,7bls Qf fire.is;in.th a good fiekte'time'1 1 I'hve a pretty. .good. stnd.I seedling*;.,, -%... s. ,s'' .:: : ,: EA.IT. _..L'E,.-. $," T' ; .._- :'r''. -.if" .'f, -i-.,;-_.-.'..- -.!':) 'r", ,' ... FRED'S I-- ItmECENTER__. _" .;:."'_ .

:miss Itl. -c.'- 'to'' control burnlhOfftJ1d I fat -t. .: : .! ,
i e. I : f have some pretty persimmons We have"three trees, and :< : KQCH'SDRUGSTORE t / r (' 'I : '
also be careful offsetting off r ra :|L and. ttls i this :: .. THESHOERACK, :: r,
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; *' -' treat year a:stselr nut,, w .. ; .
[ ctayhif right on.;. fire,.by cireiesaess. | have in we want. I about i. .. :.,..,," ,, ';' .' .<..
tThe Alice waitsuntil we are to graft or do f .'
I : berry growers are having j e S e&4! deadripe), puis : jm hmg: list: '1rearthe: big' ',.>>,, .T ........'.....:;;.. ..' STUMP'S". ... ': .. _.,.... ,-: '
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: THE,BRADFORD!' COUNTY TELEGRAPH ..*sd we grumbled a put that, ". ,", -? : .
; 1 )< ;;: ;\ESTABLISHED 187 : tC bit this'.yeir'ire iet .wijat :.. "'f:!. ..,TERWIL 1W!Jt I'6J1"r: ". ...' 1.. :, r ,. : .FLORIDA THEATRE '
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Baby. Tornadoes Meet..Live, >< Oak TonightTornadoes. ,, : -fjK American: tr -f-r-t; LegionWifwfFetcid- 2sf'i- -1" Two Children r County SchoolEnrollment
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li\1 Ga lenmgii Lose: To. Palatka" Down Pa1 tkcc27-6 At Chicken>< Supper ,'ldms, ..t;#" ; :";. : : ;o:,';'=,. I Four Per Cent

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,Bradford High Baby Tornadoes -I ... (, 'More. .. than. a hundred members ;Auto Mishaps# Bradford County schools

By2 Hervey,Sharper I bowed 26-0 before Palatkaas I t -....'- -'. It; .." t'-V.-- .. .. .._" ,. of Posy 56. AmericanLegion I I had 3,525 atudents enrolled at
( From Pate' One] --- -- '
r 1d i Agricultural, the Baby Maroons took revenge '., '<., [ their wives, and '\I Two young_ childrea, were i the end of the first months

Exfenslonti Service j for last Friday's 27-6 j in the defensive department -' ,1'- ... : !, guests' enjoyed a chicken supper II i involved in separate automo I tJie-196 -81 term: '2,535 white,

T, i defeat at' the, hands of the j was linebacker Marty Starling iZo' r, : t Tuesday night. in. thei i bL'e! accidents. ,' this week; but I and 963 Negro. Average! dally r.

There are ,dangers closer. | BHS,varsity. 1 .' :{ i ;tyith < d from theRFadford attendance during the month
.with 18 tackles; he was followed :, -,1-; ,,. i hall.Commander .w r* rej} 8 !? I
home than' they rumors of a': Handing the local "B" {I by guard Mike Darby ; : I : H. A. Bishop? Jr. Cojmtv] hofDUal- after !j was 3,336.
distant moke-like column ofar1 squad .their' third straight defeat !' l welcomed the guests and introduced This. Is about a four pH
j'nd |
I with 17 linebacker' Buster I -T3YS treatment: in ,the
atomic 'explosion. j the Baby Maroons were I I ( C a representative of ovef last
cent year
Hughes with 16. end Ken 4 x I' )PJ7PJ1"v 'r\O.m..p..r.ordinq t
In fact the smoke you may ,, fired: by the power running of | Terrell with 13,- and tackle Bankers Life 'Insurance Co. I I! f"fnT1J1AHnJ1' frr> the Starke !r ahem enrollment during the

z 'inhale while burning: oleander\f freshman back Sammy Perry,,j Jack McComb with 11. Half- ; 1[ who gave a. talk, on his company ; p,11.p' Dt>nSlrhnt'nt.Wi1l1o" I complete .term was 3.391: 2,- I
: trimmings can be just as fatal:;, who accounted for three j jtouchdowns I which Is established in 484 white and 913 colored.
back Paul ,
John.Reddish out in R.Pamc ra.h6 .
[ as' strontium in nuclear fall-,I II | was : r most states and is just starting ; Average dally attendance last
| front In the offensive depart- Jj J- ." r i o-mnnth-qli. WAil f:1tQhtlv: ininr.4 )=
outThis .I Mike Maraca and Joe Brown j I : .'.:: > 9peratiIa1n, Florida. yearwas 3221.Moonshme. .
I ment with 90 yards gained In ; .-# catiirrI V wtPt1 W'I i
isn't to "throw a were standouts in the Baby I .,
Scare." but it Is a good idea to : Tornado line while left halfback eight attempts for 12.25 yard wr / i Starke ':'''Ttlql1V' run ov"r. bv theft i
averaee. Surveyor 'rhP'1ct of car rtrivnn bv hie' ; Still. '
avoid smoke, while burning 1,I Larry Crawford was I.
debris" the clean for his Reddish started off with abang' (G lax 'T"'o""'"h'r1 Wi11tftnt+ Paul Wednesday t tI
garden during j I praised running. Speaks? m. t Hit
by racing 26 yards to I A: amc. Sr. A'v H'n*' to Of-
up and burn up campaign this ti i i I I score the first time he ran 4 ,, 'Merrill I fIpr ffillv cpr**,,<*?t.. th> baby:: I & C
: i,'; ,i Bethel Revival : O..McMillan. Starke Eighteen hundred gallons of !
fall.Remember I 'the ball the fifth 1 hn."f. \1'\tO the front humr*>
smoke from ivyor' on playof kIf surveyor was'f at i d ( r I mash was destroyed, Wednesday ;

from poison oak Is Just as Set October 30 the game. His next ,try of ; speaker on the program: of ;: Pc tic ,""ntH"t"p,. harked theY when state; federal, and{ i
potent as contacting the living 38 yards was called back bya the 5tli 'annual convention of II"Y ont of !> rt*:vpvav of the county authorities hl.a

Go beware of toxic smoke. I f Bethel Baptist Churchstarting third, attempt he'sprinted 29 fdssibhal Land Surveyors at hnhv f*n under the car southwest 'Of Starke just off '

and you'll feel well enough 4 ',to j' Oct. 30, with Rev. yards to spark a second the Hotel' Roosevelt hi Jack-j i;: rhpn, it started forward findwh" ,i SR 227. according to Bradford

start an ,Easter. :lily "bed.! T I'I' Lester'T.ggart of Maxville as Tornado TD drive- j x t sonVilli last Friday. |i _'I rn" f'VPf "v one *>l. ; Deputy Sheriff Williard Williams. :

Plant the bulbs of the tall- ,, the evangelist.. Song Service PlayByPlayJunior J JStarke's |, The'title of McMillan's 'pa1plr ;, uP mad r&eaceri from the hos- '

stemmed beauties at weekly i; starts at 7 p. m. Everyone halfback Bill Jack- ; was' 'T Threw Away The t?'*Al l after treatment }I TwE'nty.stx gallons of shine

Intervals until well into No- "welcome Rev R. T. Williams son started the ball rolling in ii .r Book," in which he described d in a worri auto mishan II I was confiscated and two, tanks

vember. This will Insure f; a, pastor.are I the. right direction Friday .. ..,,, .. .." .'. ." -.",.- -r- .-,i:_:. ,.. '.'...".,....... ,. ., ... ,., .' ,,1 some;' "unorthodox"' methodsof thrpp-Ve T-f'l" Ouv Qlathan.s I I having a combined capacity\ ,,

longer flowering period and I I night, by, returning the Ma- putting in''corners on, 'a arline darted in front of a :i of- 2,200 gallons were broken
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I Leonard Dugger, fingers to fall incomplete.. Maroon Johnny Brock ,Is, .
adds: ,to the chances that one also known "daffodils" roon kick-off 31 yards to the extreme survey Job wnen the rules; slow mnvlnff car and was hit !|i up. :
as yard'line I .right seems about tointercept Number 31 at extreme left, is shown vain effort to I
pf the plantings will be at its ." enemy 39 after 'i* making a in front of Conev Island on :i r i
or "jonquilS. Maroon aerial 'in the book" inade- i '
but proved
a ,
peak at Easter time |! The larger trumpet varieties Starke had won the toss and j the ball slipped ,through his, Starke's Larry Noegcl. and bag: the elusive aerial. 1 L[ uate. Brownlee Street. The boy the. showed no broken bones.
elected to q
Soil Is no problem, because and the paper whitenarcissusi receive f von of Guy Starling of 72J ,, The wheels of the car, moving I
lilies I i From the Maroon 39 quart- -- T.__ .... ... N........ '
grow welkin clay, sand,i are best' 'suited-for; Florida. on the Starke one. 1 J North Cherry, was released; about 15 mph., did not rim I
marl muck'sons.. However, .,, erback Irwin Martin handed
says Dr. E. W/ McElwee, ornamental off to halfback Marty Starling From there the relentless l, P.OLVT,. '" for the, from the hospital after x-rays I over the young boy.ALVAREZ' .. '
they moist but weU-
require 'I I oq'rnite. in and ,
k horticulturist at thedniversitytx nay Come '
Tornado offense, led by Mar-
drained soil The'E 'sfet beausties I I for six yards, 'threw incomplete sefeet i ----L
df' 'Fl rlda. ] 9v \ your favorite ESTER-
do not,like soils that keep j i to Jackson before, hand- tin, launched a sustained ( '
their "feet" wet. These bulbs do best in well- j'! ing to Starling again for three drive which covered the 99yards.'to BROOK GRAPH., Fountain Pen. TEtE-t Sl"ORf BffiX TlDNO"I'I'

i drained, soil of medium fertili-j! and then making the first paydlrt,:! In 10 plays. Es+lbUsned
feet the:? 3-taot. t
bulbs\ In rows -
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inches !-ty.Set :.the blubs 6 to 3 inches ; down himself. Then on just Martin ran the keeper twice .
Space tnein! 6' to'12 a- j \ I
part in the drill, ccvering t deep' and 'space them at var- j I'I the fifth play from scrimmage for 11 yards'and a first down P .

j ;cus, intervals, depending on ,, Martin handed to' halfback before handing off to Reddish
abbut Inches deep.
them 9 -
The amount and kind offertilizeI your garden arrangement. ;: John Reddish who streaked who galloped to the' 50 beforehe I
Before planting apply 1 1-2 was called back for clip- '
i a
26 yards"! for Starke's initial
to apply depends oh 'i
;- 1 jtounds of, 12-12 fertilizer j TD. i ping penalty. t
theJso/U 1 / On muck land lilies l'
100 feet of. bed
per square &U
With-'tHe the 12 yard '
thrive/ 6 The signal caller added -I on r
8-12 ''analysisfertllizer cagey
on; ,* .
I[ area. Top-dress. :with additional .'
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the after to his not novthtre'ori'first -
.,,.while an. san3yfsoi} point give .
fertilizer ,during the growling !
they'heed Nitrogen plant food team a 7-0 early game lead.' down before % .. : ,
I season when the plants
such_ as 5.7mixture.. ,, '!, The conversion was the first Reddish1'tookcharge: and a w< FRI.-SAT. '
| [show signs of needing plant '
Easter iilfes do best If given of three successes in four attempts f raced off tackle for 29 yards OCT. 27-28 Try S are Stores Fir&t!

d"supply of'their plant food;i food. against the Maroons i to htf-owri 46. From there

'prior to planting and 'several i For better flower production The' superb'quarterback has' Martfn4'sailed the pigskin off free Saturdays! P

fertilizer: 'applications during]' dig and store narcissus bulbs now converted successfully 14'' Seymour's' fingertips at the Parking on

the growing season. very year after the flowering of 18 times, this season.. His j 20< then gained nine around ..

Since! mosaic Is a serious''I I period. lone miss Friday' night' was''! his 'bwuf, right nd.On third 1 .

problem in 'lily prpducftbn, be I I 'CaliiL' lily rhizones can be blocked because of a bad snap j down h&had a" 14 yard gain .. '

aura, the blubs you plaiit: are j i I planted now. This Is the sea- from center. called back for a personal Girls' Dungarees I
Ladies Toppers
from disease-free planting ,! son when they are available Palatka's Jimmy Miller, tak- foul. o } a ,
.. Daring Shown In Clutch
from garden supply stores.
stock. ing Hallie Seymour's kick on
There are a number of,-true,.]I I. If you decide to add- lilies his 10, returned it 25 yards Penalized back: 'to the 38

/ 'JUles that,pan be ,grown .in i I to your garden, select a spot to the 35 yard line before ,he with two, yards to-go for a
II first} Martin showed why he
that is high hi organic mat-
Florida. The onermoat gen-I was hauled down by Mike
ter and fairly moist. Set the is rated one I of'the top play ,
erally, grqwn is the Bermudaor .. I Darby.,The Maroons proceededto v'i !
Lfliumlongifidrum. 'I i rli1 ones 4 inches deep and a callers in the state.' On third
Easter'lily" type of i grind out three first downs
1. ThiS plant has a I foot apart. Fertilize the plants I[ as fullback Mike Cooper and down he reared back and hitSeymour.

range .of; bloom from Decem- with 11-2 pounds of 4-7-5 halfbacks Sammy Browningand at the seven yard Senior: halfback John Reddish pours,on the coal on the way :r C

ber through ..June.Another fertilizer per' 100 square feet Miller ground out yardage line on the same play that to one of his'two ll/'s last Friday. night. Reddish was the ti

variety: Lilium. phil- of.bed, area. ? against the Tornado forewall. had missed a few minutes be- Tornadoes' leading ground gainer: also, averaging .over 12

ltp 1rlenSe. 'nowers 'tt'{ August. Water PlantsIf But, after giving Starke fore.. ;yards per carry,' even though he was not fully recovered. from
The tall end, playing despitea
and sep eIIlber.- By making a you have been looking fans some moments of uneasiness a bout with flu :.< 't s
I sorely bruised ankle, snagged 1
'succession plantings, gladi- for plants that will grow in : the line stiffened on tr the aerial while being S

olus' flowers can be. grown in water, here are"some that you I the Tornado 30 and on second' Y
r tackled and then dug'out five I Jackson got 20 more to the Blue
your garden every month In! can add to your: list: Egyptian down Cooper' was held to no I : .
more precious yards to place three Martin the .
.one on .
lotus hardy
the year. lotus, tropical gain. On ,the third down : "
Narcissus lotus, floating heart, umbrella- quarterback Leland Hughes) his team on the two yard line. keeper, before the Reddish ., Redf .- ;

1 Narcissus plantings made plant, cattail, bog rush horn lost nine, yards in a pass attempt From there Martin bulled his I score to ,make' it 20-01' Starke.. ; w, Pink .

now will flower better than fernparrotsfeather, sweet before fullback cooP- way across on the sneak and Miller took Seymour's kick
I I converted to make it Starke .
plantings made next month flag, water arum and wild er's perfect punt rolled dead I Ik 14-Maroons 0. on his 20 bobble the ball '\ u Black., ..

'or In December. The 'flowers rice I momentarily and smoth- : ,'_
.1 Browning took Seymour'skick was T I ,..; .
I .'. c I oh his 29 but goi only ered by McRae and Hughes rx ). '''

three yards on his return. The before he could take a single All Wool $ 00 : .,. .

Terwillegar MotorsProudly Maroons were forced ,to punt I step.''After vthree downs-netted -- ,".",... .\'-":.Lf
after Darby held Browning to I yards' ; ,I' ''' '),..1.I ,
only three against a "
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thre more yards, Jackson' held j i 5j- I ( 1
rock solid Tornado line, Cooper Values to 15.95
Miller to 2 yards. and Starling 1;, I U
,Announces tackled Cooper after a. four I attempted to punt out of

yard gain-one yard short of !,I the hole only to have his kick j "

a first. j i blocked by J
THE WINNERS IN Starke could do no better eSTali .\
I With the i 9
recovering : .
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after a 15 yard penalty "
'} PUNT PASS AND KICK. CONTEST Illegal use of hands. Reddish i on the eight yard stripe
: Martin promptly ran the pig- '
r 1 > I I three gained before fnine Seymour and ,Starling In spite j! skin over for Starke's fourth I Shoes Values $9.95 ;);U:

; of his ailing ankle, lofted a 451 i make TD: before he converted to lylell S to $ .
t.. If" A .... it 27-0 Starke.
.; .. 'J.. yard boot which Palatka'sBrowning Maroons .-- ..-. .. -. ,
: returned to nis own j i Fight Back "
;;;.; Left to Right: Bill Adams, "
46. j But a maddened Maroon ; "
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First Place Winner in the I, An aroused Maroon eleven: team came back to drive 64 $sA :-','

;, 10-11 age group;' and overall then began to punch out yard- : yards in; 11 (plays" for their .. _-- ; :< ;' -.

winner in all age groups; : age, with Browning, Miller, !I only score ''of the night, '''and t.'S' .,
S4. the second against the Torna- end Hallie Seymour I : ." ,rr'
and Cooper doing the chores, j
Tommy Blactehear,. second :. .':,,y, ,
before the Tornado forewall does all season. Only Monti- snags a Martin aerial. to put ithe.Tornadoes I II ,: '" '

J t 4f 4 Place Winner in 10-11 age ; stopped them on the seven cello had been able to score I on the one yard .l';,".f1-1T". '., '. l.

t. 1' 2 groups; and Robby Smith, ; yard line 'after", a 47 yard sus-.: against the Tornadoes on a line against Palatka Friday' 1 These are Discontinued-- '
third Plate Winner in same tained drive. This was the reserve teturi.- : night. Seymour is shown catching ; :..-. .; -

; groupBiq Tornadoes first ,real goal-line. Halfback Miller a speedy i : the ball on .the seven ". Styles. ,' '': ': :' : .

stand of the 'season and their 150 pound sophomore, started yard line febove but, dragged .. ,' .1":6 ...s..... _

defense metthe challenge ;i things oft 'by returning the the Maroon tackier behind I ,, .'& ', : ..; ..x. ;ij'. :.

I with vigor. j kick off 17, .yards tq his 23. I him to I the. one despite a badly J .. -' .! "J? ".

With it only second down : Browning ot'on before : bruised ankle: '. I ". .
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4 on their own seven the Torna- : Hughes passed to Miller for 13 [Photo by George Morrisson] ,j ,
in the Area ] 'S ?2 ..
Adams, the overall winner will,represent County .
Junior'tackle l
does dug In deep. yards and the first of three "
Contest and if. successful will work r his way up to the National Contest.r II I Jack McComb, stopped Maroon first downs.. Another; after and end the night's !!I Men J DresS Shirts( .) fH
I scoring at 276. s .
I .J
behind the
Browning a yard Hughes pass to Browning on I' .
At this point Coach Register .
+ I scrimmage line. linebacker I i| the Starke five. 22 yard effort .. .
o in fourth period, "
early put
I i i i I Iiin J
Buster Hughes nailed quarter- the '
set '
-. I up score. 1n.aIeffort.to yr 5 't ..
I back Hughes for 'a itf yard Cooper? got one Jto four be* I his,reserves ? j White :
.' ', : I hold down the ,score. But at H C ,, ,
> II loss to the 17 and guard Mac fore Miller spurted over forthe'Maroon's i I ;
r \ I ";g e'send the', .ieservts. had j .." f .r
I I Hall stopped Cooper for .no lone tally.Bradford I" tPalatka's back to the wall:'I and. '

boys In the 5 Ii t gain. : guard Mike Darby broke I w,
participating a, t Y 'I with_ the ball on the two,yard I -
.. Reddish Hits Again,, through, jtp block the point .. Colors /
t groups pile in 1962 Convfiti /J ) I The Maroon's Miller took line I r .. i

ble Ford for ride home after I Ia Seymour's second.half.kick[ ,off J ."-

the contest \va oyt ? "h on his 12 and returned it to I Smith Corona' and Remington I "
\'. C I. lZe.. 'or 'J
i his 24,; where four downs net- f '.
I .
ted only three yards, and --
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.e r i. V ___ I Cooper kicked out to the Maroon % <, PORTABLE I 14:17' : 't'" :
-# ti 41.Starke.. .
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I hi turn, was forced
,, .' .r.' !
f I to punt after a Martin pass to TYPEfRITEBS 1 \ ; ; ".. 't J -. ,. ;. 1-1 .. t'1 '- -

J Prize! "were awarded (to these winners in each of the 5 age groups. 1st end DeWayne and McRae he lost fell'eight1 incomplete 'II 5. These Terrific V l"A re* for firiday, &: -

|| j Prize: Football 'uniform; 2ndFooball\ Jacket, and 3 rd, FootballTerwilfegar I yards on anotherj attempt.'. .I i '

Seymour then punted to the e Saturday. Sfc&p. and,Save at .:_,
.Maroon 26. at-37 yard boot J 'I '7 ._ ,'. *_ 'v. ,T:1a :" s
Motors Was This I.which was fumbled by the 'I' < J gr 'i.,:J-' .
To .
Happy Bring SOLD ON, : I .. ". ..,; .:
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Maroons. A swarm of Torna- > IBr < -1:

To Starke does covered the ball on the 2' EASY 5. TERMS .. .., 1 'r ... ; ; The''Store'- ;
Contest This
s Ford Sponsored! ; :'
: : 28 and [in; four plays Reddish j; .R" :0' 'B. N rs'o'

I'went over from two yards out] of Values! ,
/trieMfas Proud To Have So Many Boys a rte ci- for.his second, tally of thej! ., < '.' "
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night f..J -> '. ,
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versity ofsupervisory orldaf'&even..1, ,DeWayne.;.McRae, ,LE;:::;.John J Sue 33, was with him early i!Prison Mike 'Darby Steve Brassell minor children; To: Lena Mae HaJU\ *I I "v, .J tnrotherWi.e:the allejatlons -
; Hires and'administrative'i ReddishT LHr Tom'"'OaidiieFB ,} onday morning when he.set. Inmate and. you are hereby. required to residence and 'address. ." is:*Ua-' '. _':of ul4 Complaint will
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I be and appear in said Court and known. p. be' taHen ai confessed by jroo.
positions in other counties,1 ; Marty Starling RH; and the blaze but both say the Named Week'sTop cause on November 14, 1961 at You are hereby notified'that. ;rriib'fibtice* shall b published
two are consultants from the Irwin Martin at quarterback.f cousin knew nothing of the Hangs Himself 10:00 o'clock A. M., and to then a suit for divorce.hai ben filed ..onceeach' week for.four conei -
LinemanMike and there show cause why said against you in the above named '. "U esw ek* in the Bradford
Ingineerf State Department, Education Defensive changes are also fire. He was asleep In the car petition should not be granted.If Court and cause and.: yea tare qq-'TeIegaph.e'

and one is a county the same as last week. Buster after the two hai:! been '' With Bed SheetI you fall to do so, the allegations required to serve a copy or.-your', -Jjfett'1-.tfeJs* }7 day., ;of October,
... will'be drir.k'I''I' Darby 140 pound sen- of said.petition will i>" answer or pleading to; the-jeora- ...1911" .'-' S ,
superintendent. The team is Hughes at defensive ing late into Sunday I : taken plaint the Plaintiff'sAt '
ior guard BHS Tornado as confessed by you. on ( &T.'Y .
on .
f. left end. 'Mac Hall at middle : A 22-year-old: State Prison : This Order 'and Notice shall torney T.: Frank Landuni,:P.iO:, "
| *Continued From. Page. 1] headed by Dr. C. Lee Eg ert. : DeSue had taken his, wife to' CHARLES ':A. DARBY
-- inmate used a bed sheet to j football team has been named be published in four consecutive Box 546 Starke.. Florida,, and .
guard Ken Terrell ',of the Circuit
at Clerk
chairman of the Florida committee right visit her mother Sunday j weekly issues of Bradford file .the original in the office Court
the from the federal hang himself at approximately Area Lineman of the Week.in J 1' Marian, 1... Crosby, D. C.
: money the Circuit Court, .
of the'accreditation association i I end. and Bill Jackson at corner night. No one he said knew : County Telegraph commencing'October of the Clerk of .
i t the Gainesville Daily Sun for .. before the20 of No. S / ; fc li-II H 11-'
wfiovernment which will lend at linebacker 7:15: p. m. Monday in a successful 1% 1961. on or day <
and a full-time professor of his plans to burn the : last Witness hand .... -. ? .,
3 5-8 per cent interest and' I suicide attempt Brad- I his play against Palatka my and tho :;:-'"-''' .......
: of education at the UF. i seal of said Court this 5th .
house. I day : .. '
4lso ford Sheriff Dolph Friday night. of October, """ ,. til
) eliminate the Deputy
necessityf 1861.
The committee was chosenby A pre-sentence investigation' : : .. .
Negro The little made< 17 (SEAL) I It
hiring a fiscal agent Coun- Charged Reddish sail: yesterday. ,S guard '
from a has been ordered the Charles A. Darby TheewcrI/
M llwoman Ruby Johns said Principal Ingram on accused James Patrick CXConnell: I tackles against Maroons andwas Clerk of Circuit Court of P.&>:*: ; .

"'Tuesday night that a five list supplied him by the accreditation With Arson arsonist by Circuit! 22. was found still struggling f outstanding on offense.He Bradford County, Florida.By .
-- association. Judge George 1,. Patten. De- j Marian L. Crosby D. C.
*per cent loan was the cheapest in his cell in the new prison also blocked the extra 10-12 4t 11-2 ithns"alld
Sue has been bouni; over to Busthessjiiie,
fiscal. agent-could be ex- By City Police the spring term of circuit with "a sheet tied to the top point on the only touchdownthe I *** .

Mfiected: to obtain for the city. i bar and around his neck. The i Maroons could muster. In The Court Of The County .
Starke Picked : : ';' .
court- next ,-
May. Judge Bradford Con tr, ,
1 0'
_-Present. plans for the 301 guard cut O'Connell down and Every opposing lineman Florida. la Probate.In .
-., uth project call for Install'frig Tommy DeSue. 32-year-old applied artificial respiration Mike has faced this season has re: Estate of James Horns- Refills : .;.ir: : 1'
Starke Negro was freed from Knife by. Deceased. ,
Fight ; been and but \
I bigger heavier
sewer lines and:! running Over Live OakContinued the Bradford County jail but witli'negative results ; To All Creditors and Persons .;
I SJdewalks only as far'south as Cuts Three Reddish 'reported. i j Coaches Lennard Register and Having Claims or Demands Against WRITING
Wednesday on $1.000 bond I Said Estate FOR : 5 ,
I I Dave Hurst he "sticks in : ,
Alligator Creek. Pipes will be charged'with Top bar of the cen'is 5 feet j says You and each of you are here- I : .
ui across the road farther after being arson Starke NegroesMost jI j 8 inches from the floor. Reddish there by simply being hard- by notified and required to pre-
[ From Pag: One] in the first degree in an attempt nosed." sent any claims or demands .oiiIy25c each'i1E1LLAt I
1 '
-out now however for futureJ2se. said and O'Connell was which either j
you or of
to set his rented house you. :
( City Surveyor Merrill Mc- 'iby' a good-sized Bulldog line. people would: agree |1 about 5 feet 7 inches tall. Quarterback k Irvin Martin may have against the estate of "

fcMUlan pointed out that it willbe )'I That line will number among afire. that the worst kind of fight : Since the prisoner was in a and halfback! John Reddish James Hornsby deceasea ia.. :
of said J
far' cheaper to put such its ranks two returning all- The would-be arsonist triedto to be in is one in which no- cell by himself Reddish also seniors' who accounted for all Judge of County. Bradford, to the County County : -!

Across the road now than to conference lettermen in 180 fire the house on Georgia body wins-and just that happened said, there could not be much I four tallies against the.Ma. Florida at his office in the :
Street in two places-on top court house of said County at
tear up the pavement after 'tH& pound senior guard Branch when three Negro men' doubt of a suicide verdict. roons were also highly rated Stark ., Florida within eight :

finished or to run sewer Kennon and 190 pound junior cf the rafters on the back took part in a knife tussle in A coroner's jurY''was im- I by the Sun sportswriters calendar: months from the time
porch and in a bedroom closet. of the first publication of this :v/iih Mi 1 1 Oc
Mac Lane's Place in Reno last Register said.Southside. ea.
pipes parallel to both sides of tackle Del Williams. panelled but will have to hear notice. Each claim or demand 5' ; .
wEhe:: road. Two other Bulldogs also rated The fire on the porch fizzled Saturday night. j i witnesses before: rendering a shall be in writing, and shall II -
after just burning. a hole in state the place of residence 'and .
4 Another bad problem the as tough go-getters are inside It all started when Albert' verdict.!' It found the dead PTA post office address of the I: 'I.- : :ji'V : '

Zew engineering'firm will en'ounter linebacker Wilton Dice the ceiling apparently being McDuffie 18, drank a bottleof prisoner to. have a broken claimant, and shall be sworn to I : ;. '" ',. .; : : )
put out by the larger'fire in Executive Board by the claimant, his agent or ,,'. ., ..: ', ..
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belonging to ... .
is the Orange Streetewer and center Rudy Brock. Ac- 'soda pop neck. his attorney and any such claimor ,' .. iL'.t" 'c n. .' .1 7. '
the closet. Starke Police Chief = .. ,. I
.1 ,," .
lines which have been Joseph Murphy 20. A mad O'Connell sentenced to To Meet demand not so filed shall be 5 ... ;"" .
cording to the Tornado scout- William E. Rosser said Wed- was Thursday '. ....... ....;... ':;.' i.. : '.: '. I II
.iieavily overloaded since Sara- report the two boys "don't nesday. dened Murphy cut McDuffieon three years in 1957 from void.First publication, October 19, I : ::: <(#1ED.i\ ") ;'4 ":... .t.::11' --' f1'9- I ,

:':Joga Heights has been built. know what quit means.-Brock the arm, according toj i j Pinellas County for armed The executive board of the 1961. I flfij 1iiiD ;" mTS.I.

--.. A. E.. O'Neill who handles is a 160 pound senior while I Quick action by the city fire Starke Policeman Billy Over-i I robbery. Reddish said. He was Southside Elementary School Administrator H. A. LAWSONAs of the 5 .,., ... ,, .. ;'I. '.'
also the
211:: sanitary work for the Tan- Dice is a 150 pound freshman. department kept street and got a slit nose in )i also given an additional sen- PTA will meet at 3:30: p. m. Estate of As Executor of the '

.&er firm will be in charge ofIhll Only five seniors are named of closet hand.blaze Crawling from in getting the attic out return. Isiah Allen 24, got i} tence after' he escaped and Thursday Nov. 2, in the Last James Will Hornsby and deceased.T. Testament. of Thi if:.. 1 I !

operations in Starke. !among the starting Bulldog into the fray to break it up i: was recaptured. school library. Frank Landrum
:r. officers found where rem- cut his thumb in the Attorney for said Estate. I. I
eleven. and someone He had been working
I .
nants of crates had been I Betty Jean Rollins Brassell, Box 546 Starke, Florida I wrJfit'ii} ,
nearly off.Overstreet. prison kitchen and was locked 10-19 4t 11-' .
Right Bobby Jones, number heaped on top of the ceiling f whose residence is 170 AvenueD : ...
iradfordHighEvaluation getting to the in his cell after some mis Apartment 6-G New York 9, ( 1.'r "" .-" ..
21, 145 pound senior, and left to start the fire. The New York: NOTICE -TO DEFEND 1 Jl.\! '1' .. i "" !':! ('e.JBradfQrd t
I scene a little late, said "We behavior. In Circuit
half Wilbur Woods, number 32, closet had been soaked with You are hereby notified that Court Bradford '
a 160 pound senior, will carry know there was a fight because t a petition has been filed in the County, Florida In CIt.Dc Co; I
kerosene. No one knows yet Case No. 13-040 I
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Cir--uit Court of Bradford County rJ"1
three v
there were people Tom Hall, graphI
the mail most of the Urns for who called the firemen so Florida. in Chancery l.y Plaintiff vs
Mae Hall, _
..... the Bulldogs. Sophomore promptly to the'house ownedby cut.knew But.just who he added cut whom.no one E. Massey LawteyA. Pastor Jack his wife Dirrell Mable Brassell.Marguerite Sr.,Bras-and NOTICE Defendant TO APPEAR rl'ffffWW '' : }.. ,,-S. .. .1. A I j

quarterback Milton Summrell. Oscar Dell. sell, ,to legally adopt Linda Car- S .
:ITcbntmued From Page One] McDuffie and Murphy were Bible school 10 a. m. ,- o.-''' ,:;;-r"-------. ;'' '-' -
145 pounds number 10. is very DeSue told officers that he : -1. J
released on bonds of $27.50 teaching, 11 a.' m. % ,.. .
-an academic school year of atXjeast' .accurate' on the short pass, attemped to burn the houseto each and offered to appear in Evening Service 7:30 p. in. '5 _t -- .:, _._'

: 175 days, and the deter- the report says.Tornado. collect $1,500 insurance he Mayor's court. Allen was released Bible Study and Prayer $

*tnination of the 'quality and Starters had on the furniture. He said
'4 in the custody of his Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Wednes- I MITri /!
Amount 'of credit for certain j Starke's starting team will he decided to burn the house I : #* _
I father. day. _
subjects. I be Hallie Seymour. LE; Jimmy after an insurance company

::7 Of the 16 member committee i I Smith. LT; Mike Darb}. LG; would give him no satisfaction HEILBRONN EYKRGKI4CN i 20 Words or less one time ___ .85 .Mem r1i, .*..,,;.... Is pu word

to re-evaluate the local { Gary Kouba C; Arthur Holli-, on a claim on a faulty TV set. BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH If not paid in advance _.___ 1.O _

:'fchool, six are from the Uni- day, RG: Jack McComb. RT; DeSue's cousin Richard De- \ Keyed or Blind Ads _
_. Sunday School 10 a. m ------ -- 1.00 OvNvE* !Ii _- 8ep.e word
; Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Training Each additional word over 20 __ IS 'DIap1A4'a41 1$ per IiicbnAi I
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
.. .
Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching .. .
I Tr-ining"Union, 7 p. m. Even- 7:30 WOMEN Start now for big FURNISHED,AIkTi5 :
p. m. Prayer Meeting lJa 't'fRESS
ing Worship, 8 p. m. Prayer 7:30 Christmas earnings as an I I 1.and.. .2 bedrooms...N,),.?,.___ :
Meeting Wednesdays '1:30 p. Wednesday : p. In. Avon Representative. Write rated. lights and .w&.t.ezr' fur- t'&4 f STERWORKS
Wednesday Bibe study Mrs. Mabel Gore Box 3617 nished. Inquire atBMImgVSutdio.104 '1iI'ie l" Palatka'
Rev. Joe Roop pastor; 1
m. 7:30: pv m. Jos. E. Norman, Gainesville. or call FR 2-0421. ;W. CaffSt$'or fll 1 tvr.Rafred Uph6lstE4c& .
Mrs. Rex Brookins pianist; ,
-2& 10-26 .
pastor. W. Madison'St. at'tfthg- : t : : RefinishedMA1UESSES
D. R. Redding choir director; S
: Rex Brookins Sunday School Will oM1iA REBUILT
CHURCH OF GOD sell cheap. Mrs. Herbert Nor- Has station .available''rfblease. .
superintendent; W. H. Green. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Lman., Rt. 1 Lawtey. Fla. Itp -! U.,S. _-by'-Bust'Stlr i. S. S ':'Niiv, :'lithersjrings
Training: Union director. tion. Paid ,tra1nln 'program. ;an"d I BoxDron Pflngs
sunday: School 10 a. m. Morn- FOR RENT ? .
Three bed- .1' ,
ing Worship, ,11 a. .m. Sir lay i .room unfurnished house. '2 Very reasonable' rental arrangements :U.;;A: Cird or Call
I write '.
Evening Service, 7:45: p. m.I blocks from town. See Gra- I Stewart. 20 N. .W;; 12th Ter1race. !I rmTUU16S
ADVENTIST CHURCH ham at.Alvar. z Store. STARKE 484-5934<< ,
p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, i Gainesville.!? Phone I!I
Sabbath School [Saturday], 7:45 p. m. I 2tchg_11-2 FR 2-OhlOorPB_ 6-5831.-tfeh_ UBS.:I Starke'FgGGY' SUALLER

I.I.AT TERWILLEGAR MOTORS j jThe 9:30: a.m. Morning Worshinp, FOR SALE- Mechanic tools, FOR SALE Strawberry a-1 r .' '; Ajent. ,
I automatic
11 am. Located between Wilson BOATDRAIN BAPTIST dinette suite.washer 1956 Kenmore Plants. First;and--. second.run- SAVE: MONEY! If jrou. want

Road and'Griffis Loop. E. CHURCH Ford. 2 dr. Good Fairlane ning. Florida 90 and Missionary the"y ry best .appliances for
L. Marley pastor. Phone 964- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Stenographer'sPosture Can be seen at Tanner's Gar at 700. W. Lafayette. : 1 lea? ,money ,on the market today -

Biggest and Best Used Car Values 1324. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.' Chair age. Lawtey. Hiwy 301. Starke. ,'l.t by?'General Q.:Electric Appliancesfrom -
J; McQriff,
Training Union630p.: m. Eve, 3to 11-2
I 1$ /w: aU St St rke. Fla.
SOUTIISIDE CHURCH OF ning Worship 7:30 p. m. : Watches. now. from "j}134.15, Pti S
32.95AS ,61,8&31 Up
To Go with Bradford's Biggest Best Fair! I CHRIST Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, nished.HOUSE Nice FOR RENT Fur and only$5 down. Pick y : for
:30 p. m. couple. R. W. noy. for Christmas. Dati-! nsli ttn': ..:.. ?' bedroom
Brannen. "
I W. Weldon St. mer's.. 112 E. Call St. .' .. I hlctly' furnishedhouse withcarport
en GOOD phone 964-6375 after 5 p, : .
In The Circuit Court Of The m.ltD 6tchg 11-30 for!.couple or with an

;r 1955 Fairlane Tudor m.Sunday; Assembly-Bible Worship Classes 10 with a.l Eighth Florida In Judicial And For Clrenlt Bradford Of IT IS COOL .17" SI9.95 FORRENT' ? rantJjhni/Jnauire: at tfcheOMPSON 733
$$195 U nl r.r.V.8 the Lord's Supper 11 a. m., County la Chancery 21" Picture TUBE. ; i New 4 room furnished:lapart- -. -. _... .,,, -- .
In Re: Adoption of Linda Tube. $29.95: plus men!. wall towall,-Carpet, ltORIST
Yellow_ Evening Assembly Worship, Carrol Brassell and George Eu- TELEGRAPHBradford labor. One year"warranty. At -i lights beat water and <*ai for -, ..tl'mON_ 'ST.

) 6:30: p. m.Wedne.ciay. gene;Steve, Brassell. minor children Dahmer's TV & Appliance cooking furnished. Also 'dish .'- 081,4155

Bible C1am. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND CountyDowling's ('entc' 6tch 11-30 es and silver. 5 jfcHes. from '.:'m .11.r 869-1022
7:30 NOTICE TO APPEAIT Ideal for lor'. (2 pejoStarke :5 tn8rtNC'J'1VE'
Ford Prefect I. : p. in. FtOWEBS
$ English FOR RENT2 bedroom
: $59519S9 .The. State Of-Florida, To: :S furnished garage apartment.un- II, Phone ole. Ayailable 964-7984..November 5. '1st Itti W* Wire. 'XlAwers Anywhere, Uchg
'---- Phnnp
'I ., ___ -s _- .- ..- .. _: ,-oj;.. .. ... 964-4921 tfchg HARDY PLANTS oansiea -
foot house
petunias. snapdragons, calendulas
i 23-45. FOR LOCAL ESTABLISHED chrysanthemums bud trailer reasonable. Good con-

$295 1956 English Ford Anglia CAR. AND WATKINS REFERENCES ROUTE. &namentals.bloom] sweetpeij.MfXMR A1&VET

I GOOD PAY. WRITE: MR.. T. I.a\Vtttv. 3tt> 1Q-2S -
F CAMP 659 WEST PEACH- Jlcmi Always

; PRODUCE TRFF.; RT.. .N. E.. 'ATLANTA.4tchg I I WANTED: LISTINGS. FRJE3 h1a1i raafkft,'tn< clean.

: $$29519M Ford V-8 Ranch Wagop1950 }} i I nF.oROTA. 11-2 NO OPEN PAY.LISTINGS.8TROUT, NO RSALTT SAUl LAKS '.GENEVA,

I '-- I ROOM FOR RENT Sober. f J. Hansen. Rep. 5.aoL 8.: .of 1 S IL ft.A1UR"SJt..f, PAaK tcne Ht.
working men only.615 N.f Starke on U..S., Jl. ..P2or ,
1 i Church St. UP 468-1766. WaldO.COLONIAL t 'c. .utioo


:T S 9 5 -:J Plymouth Coupe 15)t.'v ; FOR B. Stubbs.SALE-Two Old bird Lake dogs.Road.C. Only F. T. D. !'l'TLO29*' .*.l1'' -Wt *-. Ihrer!em colored 6TOLEWrnfl bird-

Like XT i ORANGES doL . 2* Lawtey. Fla. Up Flowers wired any,p1c,!:'.J\W. do* a eaitty Smiths home
LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE- ers for all oees1E.l4$ ciIto4 25.00 Reward
I Comoletcly fUJ'J shed [( Phone 884-62flli; 1'" for return to cmitty's Barber

: I I I I apartments] double garage. Nona St. ttiht. Shoo.. UP I
Ford V-8 S
i3451956; Pick-up I 210 N. Cherry St. ?
I III .: .-. ., I Enjoy a home plus income. FOR RENT-Furnished ,apirt -. FARM
.. .. ,
SATSUMA GROWN ments. Reasonable rates Kear u1ment
.., LOCAL : See J. B. Bullington, Owner. ;
I tfehr shopping center. Phone H9- Ftewiaf' :
Tangerines Cucumbers3c 2011 or call at 213 .S. Cherry ; fldUaI"t'
FOR RENT -Nicely' furnished St. [Shell Oil Co. Qfflef.l ai ; --
$ Plymouth Fordor Belvedair APPLESKEYSTONE ., .. 'nQtsmLU,
.1ft5l 3 room apartment. Electric '
r kitchen. 2 Duo-Therm heat- BE SURE to.-flee!*, 'V '4 : t..jr.1 rJ Job
Doz. EachPURPLE 1 1-4 mile E. BOOK before .bu1j.1h$1t'. Sij :
ers. on Bessent
: 24c | $6PTr: *",,67 Co.
turn left at bridge. Phone cyctopedia. ? .f. o.h
i' 969-1545. tfchg local represehtiUt_ 4tA tSf. t: ;; fi-It jihJ

t 1956FordV.8Tudor I Box 603: Ph. 9M.3'7jl'" ftteli* Z3: ..!M ,.hebitir1U.vaiker .

: $495-U ; TENDER GREEN TIPPEAS :. FOR RENTKingsley Lake : :t
: extra nice 2 bedroom garage : Ee.

: BEANS apt. furnished. Circulating oUI( L1ID erS h \.ti@fttf( ,be nathe.J11kzt1 ,

heat. Also nicely furnished 2 l eei. atoat
Many More To Select From At Greatly I .: boat bedroom house house and pier.with garage Phone Wr cJtift ,, ;61 ;Arki;. -.tM-S502.

: II Carl Johns. 533-2271 or 964- .j.. *,ett-4o 26
Ik Lbs. S. L : I
.. I 2 29c 2 29c 4201. tfchg Camp BlariSt 'VAON

Reduced Prices I COUR-.
I 21" Blonde RCA TV. Picture Beautiful 2x4fs 2i1'1'' ass!! AI ...I.l"tQB. MONDAY

i I. ... . 6 Lbs. 3.9c : tube warranted for one year. THROUGH THUE5DAY. All

1 ( _:ih .'. -- .. --.. _-, ... ; $9.50 month. with broken 2x8's 212'8'up to 22 Higb en4ol subjects. Business -
NO DEALERS PLEASE! : down trade. Dahmer's TV & Course Conversational

: ; U.S.NO.1 .' ". .' N. C. SWEETPOTATOES l Appliance Center 112 E. Call feet long. Spanish. Mechanical Drawinz.Testiiw ..
I St. Itchg strvlces. White students
; -- : -: -' .-:. ..: : :. -- ..' ._--:" -.. .- -- ,.. '-'- .; '. j POTATOES I SELLINGCHfiAPl contact L. H. Gibson
: I FOR SALE English Car- USO B1d Office. Negro students .
i i Morris Minor convertible. : contact Prof. EddiaTbompkins.

1 $700.00 DISCOUNT On The LAST :; 10 LBS. FRESH Small EGGS 6 LBS., -..i I. Phone Good condition.964-2811 or Make 964-7311.1 offer.Itch S PHONE 961-4001 RJ2 High School.tfchg'\I.


i NEW% 1961, FORD IN STOCK 25c 3 DOZEN 5' 3.9c! I I I i Ready block. cones.mix FOB: concrete.fence SALE posts concrete sand. JACKSONBuilding Horses HORSES. Horses!

I $100 cement.mortar mix.rode steeL

12,000 Miles or 12 :Months Warranty I '.- !'!. i oyster shefl. 1im'rock. and roof S Supply We Got 'Em-U Ride 'EDt
I gravel. Phone 9642521. tfch $1.50 Per Hour
Co. Starke
ThidfiM Fnrfncerfnr 5
Instruction-S2 Hour

trade old '."-,';
WILL BUY Sell or

Visit Terwillegar Motors Booth at the Dowling : Marketi ('(dns. Contact Curlv the GARAGE APARTMENT fur- Camp ImxhokaleePlu
Clown.. Fairgrounds at-Farm- nished. One bedroom.'Contact ,4213oneJgbt&
i II n* Market. HUh wises for Mrs. Paul Raymond. 241 8.WaterSt. -
TiU.n JftI 'J'p.-.. 1m .. Ph.. 4-7434tfch : .A
Fair This Week i I' FOR BALI,- 4hp IrrigationS

i "Across WANTED Woman. middle HOUSES FOR RENT Inquire l1tUi"t150.00.

aeed. Housekeeper. Live in at Greyhound Bus Station. e at V. R. Ferguson Farm
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f: ,' : :1 B Bradford County Telegraph ;
: ? *. STARKE FLORIDA, THURSDAY. OCT. 26. 1961 r .
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I recall when Don Jr. = -o .
.. :s--- I took was going _, .: .. _. ._._ .. _;__ __ _- _' __._-- -'iIf',, .
to college and I care
I I of his clothes. All a happy
I Last < y ,,i feeling.My first year in college I I DON'T MISS THE LAST 3 BIG DAYS!

Chance to Win r.. .. > went to h Methodist College ,

in Indiana. It was Mooreshill ,
. .; I was 17 years old and I went .
.. __ 'I.1uJfIl urges fohPONCA. alone on the train. My sister : BRADFORD COUNTY
; NEBR.-- I took me to the railroad sta-
i i7T tion driving a horse and bug

OUR Wherein the golden, Autumn our lot where some day Don gy. My trunk was tied on be-
days speed swiftly by, we enjoy and I will' be buried. It is a hind. It was almost time for
, October and gather in spot on the crest of the hill the train when we arrived
,! .. I the vegetables for winter. and the west wind blows free early in the morning. My sis,
Time is not and the ter went to tie the horse away I
a measure strong over spot.
: .. 1. 1 off so she would not be
.y .tb Y Time is a melody. There rests Don's first wife
4 {_: ;b i 'az mn A rhythm swinging on and Selma. We shall all rest in frightened at the steam mons-

I on and on. peace, and death does not: ter. While she was gone the
r a Today: steps around the corner seem so fearful-Out here train came and I had to leave .
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without saying "Goodbye" I
.T and is gone; under the western sky, high
Each month the tidal tempoof above any water line, with the almost got tears in my eyes.
qy,, a r,! the moon singing winds. God seems Ha! My first time away to

: j 1 w'. r, yr p y I Scores variant seasons into near and this life here 'is tooa college and alone. The train
w ;x ;a df took me on clickty-clack. I
harmony of when
i ; part eternity one
f And earth, in tune walks with God. Time is not had quite an experience
iI a xs.. With all the singing spheres, measure, time is melody shall tell later. At this mo-
I ment know, God is in the
AtiRUR 1a I Swells the majestic opera and life a song.
slat k HOUSE I of years. All summer long I worriedover heavens and all is right with

-Beth Duvall Russell.I Don, but now his appe- my world. Today steps around THURS FRL SAT. .- OCT. 26 27 28
have tite is good and I know all of the corner and is gone. Now ,
read where all the
you will rejoice with me. my grandson goes to college,
stars and meteors, in fact all
in his own car.My
One day during the World
things in the sky make noises Series he had an ambulancecall prayer: 0 Dear
See it At The Fair Grounds i rd'i
that can be heard. So the and did not get home until help us to realize how
above poem says that time is few minutes after eleven and it is to trust ourselves to I '
world without Thee to guide
melody For me time has always the game had started. He

Register At IEH Home Display been precious. I work came hastening up the stairsto us. Amen. I .' I
and sing and pray. These are turn on the TV. I knew he My grandson Fred broughthis 1 MILLER
lovely Autumn days and my would hate to leave it- to eat, church letter to my Pres- I

400 \W. Madison Street heart is glad. Don is much so I said, "Why not let me byterian church in Ponca. I / I
I better and has refused to take fix you a tray and you watch was so proud and happy Sun AMUSEMENT Ii
his tonic. There is only a few and eat. "I' will fix it nice." day.God I Ii
more doses in the bottle. This I had fun then fixing his bless you everyone. i
Nothing To Buy To Participate week I have been getting in plate; roast beef, gravy, sweet Love MOTHER LURA. i
, I things from the garden. I potatoes, and lima beans. I ENTERPRISES r\
started to dig the sweet potatoes gave him a glass of ice water, I
and here came dear then last he had deep dish Social SecurityA !

Drawing This Saturday Nite Mr. Scollard almost on a run apple pie and coffee. It was 'Fun Is Our I
, representative of the'' Business"I I
to dig them for me. He is 84 fun to see him so happy, eat- I
years old now and has helpedme ing and watching the game. Gainesville Social Security office !
will be in the courtroomof A Clean Modern
0i for several years. So now Whoopee! He never liked pic- Midway l
I 'my garden is being cleared. nics, but he seemed to enjoy the courthouse on Friday,
Thrill Rides For All
The squashes put away and this dinner. Ha! Nov. 3, from 9:30: a. m. Per-! Ages I

i the sweet potatoes to dry. It DEEP DISH APPLE PIE. sons wishing to transact social, Fun House Penny Arcade Acts
seems that the hand of our [Don's kind]. I buy cooking security business or obtain information -

I Maker can be seen now every- apples,peel and core, and slice are invited to calla Refreshments Prize Booths
400 W. Madison St. Phone 964.8641 I i where. The leaves are beauti- into the deep pie pan I wish t this time. i

-.. __ '1#- --.. '___., -_ IIII III ful.the drove up t '.the cemeteryon to bake my pie in. I heap up SEVENTH DAY : FUN FOR ALL! -
7" =- -- "nI hill. There the leaves the apples all sliced nice.
I always turn first. I took some Then cut those slices cross- ADVENTIST CHURCH
I colored pictures. I stand by wise and make small chunks
i r Sabbath School Saturday
into a sauce pan. For a nine
9:30 a. m. 'Morning Worship,
inch pie I add 1 1-2 cups ,
11 a. m. Located between WJ-
Denmark 1 / / sugar, 2 heaping tablespoonsflour e. .
r 1-2 stick of oleo cut up, son Road and Griiiis Loop. '. f

1 I dash of cinnamon, and stir E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone .
1: w fit' 'v"1 tar 1 f u Et. TheSensational
well. I put on the burner to 9641324.SUN.MON.TUES.. A See
r : Does ItAgain heat, stirring constantly.I
.When apples are heated well

and a liquid forms, I line my D B IeTARKE .
r ,, .
I. pie pan with rich pie crust, yr 'SglYft ".;F&: C'v if Z q T aFyk .
wv y
K'v. fluting the'edge IgiwiU my ; FLA. a :O '

thumb and forefinger ThenI > .?w :

1 tI pour in the apple mixture \ r,, 9.Jry Ie Jdi'JBy
I 1 *+ that is still hot. Bake 15,olio. .W'L t 3 ;t 0' 4. F .. 1 xV '
You liked the outstanding Values we brought you during Dollar. Days at 450 degrees until crust begins DOUBLE OCT. 29-30-31 FEATURE y The
to brown, then turn the
NOW. we're going all-out to bring you this Fabulous Fair Week Special-Fri., heat down to 375, and* bake Teenage MillionaireAND ., ,' WilkensTeasiThis

about 20 more min. Eat warm. 'y ,
Sat. Oct: 27.28 cold.HELPFUL". ,
I Good ; .. ., Y Outstanding Team
HINTS; I'c To Go Naked /:,

I macaroni and spaghetti ;in The ,,. g <.M.',. x r yFr>wrrra '_ ,x .:,. Presents Some Of The
In World >
f I II boiling water and strap thru
r I my large strainer with a han- Plus Cartoon ,. ),; .; ..- f Most\ Spectacular Aerial
I[ die When a run comes In yourhose I ",
"Try t f 1 stop the run with a little YED.-THURS., ? .s .4 Y :_? r ,, Tricks Ever WitnessedIn

nail polish. Does your car NOV 1-2 The .
Line Of
Starke have to stay outside a lot? I DOUBLE FEATURE

I P 0 see Fred has a plastic cover The Accursed! Acts. ,",
for his car that must sit out -AND-
Stores over at college. Cars are val R.
Of TheRedwoods ? '
r 3; .
uable. Take care of them. ? ; >

,, 1 1 1 We got in a casket awhile -:;-.-,
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First" \ ago by truck. It cost almost Plus Cartoon "
$12 to send it just from Sioux r/ i.
y \ Falls, South Dakota. They FRI.-SAT. NOV. 3-4 "
i ,
a :
= --_ 1 All must be handled carefully. Wewill DOUBLE FEATURE BIGGEST AND BEST : t.'
", PIECES unpack it when y

: comes home early from Done The Guns Of ,' .
10" DWIEB \ t
-' a PUTFS Fort PetticoatAND ARRAY OF
FreeParking My heart is light again and
-Sy h God has been good to help me -
_-- through the summer and make
1" '_ Don well again. It Is fun to Absent Minded

have Fred come home from
on college each Friday evening.

;, __ ,l1,..+ dlttas Itlf rtll..r. It is! fun to wash his clothes Plus Cartoon
SaturdaysFREE ; r and to ,.see how happy he L.

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# I t r (AT THE Ever assembled at a Fair in Bradford County Mores

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cas .
e r e>: r I:zs FIB z i z t z 1 t # : P ace was made available at the Starke Farmers Market


,. 40 U. S. 301-' .North. than at the previous location-Practically
1 : f i< ., ,. PIECESGLASS
:-Ir>o r Illip a tl r t

cis t ; r 1.. i } I ]] every Industry in .Bradford- County wfll 1 be represented .
., l l t l y l f Y } Y WARE
-.. Every member
of ,the f atoll YExhibits should sea these
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"It's a Fact T- .I. a.. eLISS, !. -' .LIVE, ,STOCK { ,.

1 r rye Y tl' w tr rt p .- ....\-.,;.'
You Can Do: I -

Betfer h _y g I 1 1', 3. BOAT i! ';.. ; VEGETABW and Field! Cro( s'?' .

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tin t t. : I II w', /. POETRY
at" eS OU5 e I
yowl uta
antes ($Value $195.00) ,
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I Be Sure to Register at;our Booth i .
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I at The Fair. 'And' Many 'Other Educational Exhibits ,
Denmark '
Furniture Co.OFSTARKE : _
Drawing at 9:00 P. M., Sat, Oct. 28 ; .
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"v cents for elementary. The school auditorium. Features drove on to Tallahassee.Mr. served;;her daughter, 'Gayle's. ford's mother, Mrs., Lois Car- Smith's brother, Jim Mitchell, tin and family in Daytona|I II I'.I Hunsecker and children. They i I fs I

public is invited to attend I include a fish pond, country and Mrs. Joe Poisytll, i".lth:atfa :S;;1'1'sectI1dt [:tel, were, among those taking and family in Jacksonville Beach. ;I|1. I iI
hART INFBj both the supper and visit the store, darts and hoops, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Forsyth dinner Mr:, and Mrs. Leon part in the celebration. Sunday afternoon. i I I I. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith '; are looking around with the !t

outdoor booths. and various rides and; daughter, and Mrs Ina, Starling .and (Children of 'Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith Mrs. Hester Hicks is visiting j;I have as guests their niece :1 possibility of locating here. I
; D. E. Efll sections of the. carnival. Since the carnival is being Knight and _son attended a? Jacksonville". sod:'.!.Ifs. ; .S u-,.and Martha visited: Mrff&ON -her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Mar ':i and nephew, Mr. and Mrs.j :

i &&' && Serving of the supper will held on a school night, it will fish-fry: / ths B.. Lt< Banes, ? f- _ J.,c. --- I
k .i' fe&J... ... be.fronx-fr to 7 $ m,<<,and)hot close at 8:45: p. m. All pro- home near Lawtey Saturday: j ;' \'
Next,Tuesday;Evening j dogs, cold drinks, cookies,, ceeds will go to the' PTA for evening, \ 11

IsfHallowen'CarnvaiTuesday' cakes, andy- will also( be use'at the school:!, ; Visitors on Saturday last .. I'f' ,!. EXTENSIONFOR
.evening, Oct. '31. Is on sale outside. There will be Costume judging, with pri- week at-:the-V.' Slad I" mewere COLORED I
the Annual Hallowe'en Carnival "suppers-to-go" available for zes, will be outside on the -M1J. :Slade's nephew rand. 1 \ R'1 1
at Hampton Elementary' those.unable: to-be at- the auditorium ,steps at 7 p. m. family and. Mrs-William r I

School, with ,serving of the. 'school.. At 8 p. m. all outside booths Green and;children* 8J1d Mrs j 1 TERMITES
chicken supper to start at 5 New events this year will bea will close, and there will be a Vivian: Hawthorne .o{ Darien 1t t
p.f ,. beauty shop, and ball- cake auction, talent show, and GarVYTYYYYVYVyyyyyyyyyyy I II II I .. BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE
Pricey of Uw "-:will bet throwing: booth; and the music by the school:glee club I
school glee club plans to( in the auditorium. '
$ for, adttIteJ50-Dea.t$ for present i AreL4'S Serious.Prob1 I INSTALLED
high; school*students J a musical program in the Additional committee chair-.
, .. .,;.. ; .. and. 25 men named this week b1 car- ; I "
The seriousness of ter'
It ...... __ ,.. nival chairman C. R. Cox are mite damage is evidenced [(
Marklee Norman, lighting .
By-Enza by the Federal Housing Ad- _
STRET.fH.J Mrs. James Gnann, l kitchen II
i workers, Mrs. E. L. Brown, lA" &. .. .&. 4 ; ministration (FHA)I. requiring
I 'ollars at (Koch's Drug posters; and Mrs. Marklee !. protection of new I Our Normal Charge of $8.00 Will be Eliminated
Halloween .
Carnival construction
Norman, decorations. against termites_ I :'.:1\"f. .
pinner Honors C. W. Slade The'amluaFPTA HaUoween : ,Why not: call,an:entomolo,., This offer also applies to new installations-
.. The W. M. Slade home. near Carnival will **' heW Saturday t gist. at Florida Pest Control applications will be taken at Our Booth, at- the

I I i Hampton was the scene of a ; Oct.. 28, with'a fish dinner ) and ask for-a',free inspec I FairExtensions ,
family dinner on Sunday, Oct; toi be served at-the-school tion. It I
15, honoring their' starting afr 5:30: p: m There I. may save' youa I
C. W. Slade who has been wilt be many- interesting- attractions .1. great deal of money in costrly Now Available. in all the New Exciting Colors

# called, back into army service ; and- potted'; plants-- repairs. : r. i t r..f-' p ,... :" / I tilpt ft_.. .
win be on 'sale.WSCS -J to Match room office Add this convenience during
November 1. Several family your or- -
FKee Pqrjking# on Saturdays i,birthdays were also celebrated. -' Study.Course- .. .I.'; .....,.:.. fi> '. '
Friends and relatives attending 'M mbm bf Grace Methodist : DIAL 9643965 : this Special Fair Offer.STARKE .
included Mrs. James wscs:met Tuesday night- last :
Hendry Sr., James and Cath- week at the home- of- ''Mrs.

YTOyEG"" erine Hendry of Jacksonville; Bumgarnerfor a studs' aiwt FLORIDA PEST CONTROL i E TELEPHONE CO.

;SETS Mr. and Mrs. Avory C. Slade social' meeting. The hostess .
$ and family! Maxville; John conducted: the program 'and "
study, course with I : 4 and Chemical. 1 Co. Starke, Fla.
HAZEL BISHOP U Ward of Graham; Mrs. O, several f .
F. Allen, Mrs. Joey Baggleyof members taking part. Those
SPRAY 'cQtoE I 533E: Call St. ,StarkeFla. :
Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. attending-: were Mrs, H. C: .

LADfEli I Irwin Mosley of Starke; and Wainwright, Mrs. W. A. 'Fen, I ,.. .
Mrs.; J C ''Mrs ,,...., ,
from Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. ; : Tye. Eugene ". .
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HAIR epsps i Hamer Lott Sr. and daughter,, Pearson,,Mrs.:George Robert; IIIL! _. . .. 4.M-i. :-.--'-:--. .- --.,
I Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mrs. H. C. Kelly, Mrs. Jack ..' .. '" r, ."".'.' #-0 6. ;
$1.74 HAZEL, BISHOPS Rigdon Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brassel. Mrs. H. E. Priest; frk .1%.:" -.
CREME & POWDER Slade and daughter, Mr. and ., Mrs.,A: H; Harley. Mrs. 'Effie : < .
'_' Miner, Mrs. Mae Wells, Miss 1
Mrs. Lester Slade, Mr. and I
a.ss'snJIY? Mrs. Frank Clark and sons,, Ehza Blanchard, and Mrs. Itiertto 1 '. ." i: .. : I IV
PLATE Mr and Mrs. Truby C. Slade Roberts' gust, Mrs. W. T. .'.
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HOT r and son Mrs. Jessie Willis Walters whose husband was i
$2.77 PORCELAIN ELEC. f I and son, and Marylou Cooper. pastor of the Methodist
I Personals Church several years ago. The :
COEFEE MAKER \ hostess 'served refreshments tii :i if
.. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn .L'i T
LADIES &, MEN'S\ COWHIDE i Wright and family of Philadelphia at'Church the close Schedule of the meeting. ..... S
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1 Pa, are spending a "
BILL FOLDS two-week vacation here with Grace Methodist Church

Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr,; School 9:45: 'a. m. Morning )
$1.49'.VAL. LADY ESTHER !I and Mrs. J. S. Gregory, near Worship. 11 a. m. Theme; e *

41} PurPOSE Hampton. "Anchors." Evening Worship, t .,, at,, :"
7:30 p. m. Mrs.. Fox will be- x
i Weekend visitors here were< E
'|ACE CREAM :' Mr. and Mrs. Synnett Durham gin a study of the Bible r 0t f
Plus Tax Sunday night, starting with w
I and baby and Mrs. W. E:
Durham of Lakeland, here to Genesis. Bring. your Bibles.
Many More,Items .4
\ attend the Lott-Slade wedding First Baptist Sunday
Koch's Famous Dollar-Counter. ': Sunday. TJiey were overnight School. lOa. m. Morning]
w I;; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Worship, 11 a. m. BTU, 6:30: .
YOUR HEALTH DESERVES THE, VERY BEST t Mosher and Mr. and Mrs. P. p. m. Revival' services will
'Xt! H. Lott Jr. in Starke. start Nov. 6 with agood
Kochs I
Drug yon get only the FRESHEST
Mr. and Mrs. James Baker speaker. Everyone invited.. EI)
>hUGS> at the most I
reasonable price. 2 'Qualified & J and children of Orlando spent PersonalsMrs.

KiperiaiQ eJJ IJharniAcisti! to serve you. Have your I last weekend here with her Alice Jones of Theressa _

Est prescription filled at K chs'. Drug. At Koch's ,I parents, Mr; and Mrs. R. H. spent several days with her; ..
I Parker. niece, Mrs O. J. Phillips, ';
Your Health is
Our Concern"
uy f' Mrs. Inez Alford of Jack- during the week. _
I Mrs. Selma Eunice has returned -

130 jp 11Jt DRUGSTORE I with sonville Mr.visited and Mrs.here Sunday George from, Winslow.Ark. Fri. Sat.--Oct. 26 27 28 i

\ O Saxon and Mr. and Mrs. E. where she visited her daughter G \

L. Birt. and, son-inla.w, Mr. and 'j
s Mrs. Bennett Green, and .
EREE DELIVERY SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home, children and her grandson. AT
t Billy Home and Mrs. J; IL employed FOR pfEU1 .. .,
Jimmie Eunice, who( is ,
McAlhany visited friends at E of :f
fry,!- Star/c& Stores First! Capitola.. Sunday, and then there.
I Mr. and. Mrs. R._ K Lee, Guaranteed b Starke Fla

--- .--. ., I Karen and John, arere.Satur-
day and. Sunday grests{ of:Mr.Lee's Good:Housekeep in ;
mother. in Enigma, Ga. ,r .r
Mrs. Battle Mathis Is visiting dl. --v !E 321 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-8201
her niece and I nephew Mr. san 1k

I ( asgN and Mrs. Bowman in" Chief-
Sympathy extended to r HfNAl, lJ,Jf ,; ,

Mrs. Leslie Phillips in the loss 'i r 'G b, v' 1
.& her brother. .Charles Regis-. 4xti
J14kI 'Cer, who passed away in- the ..

: .,, .:. University Medical. Center. at

a, 2k41 I6Y .. Gainesville Mrs. John Sunday.Brown Ls' nude,: A f N FLfe
; treatment in Bradfor&County 1 -
k r\ Hospital Herfriends.allihope \ \ \ 1
\ that she will soon regain her ;f 1 I I
) :\ normal 'health.Sunday LATEX CNUiA LVXt
visitors of Mr. and L aflf./ smuv, o w PAINT

S Mrs. Earl Teston wereMrs.. $6.98qh .. ..
.5 7.98. \'.. '
L : Teston's brother.. Henry Tanner .. .: .:'t t.
and family of' Jackson- gal. p qt. gal. f {\t", ;,'. 7a 't. .. ."\
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ville.Mrs. ,
John Shuford;:: Is to a E ''. r.''.... '"., .. '
Newberry. S.; C: whereshe # CUSTOMUQUd ; ) .

will spend aome.t1me-.with her E 't TINTING ... : JMa .4 L.
sister, Mrs Betty, McGUkwhpIs .
ry C"t ii

a ?t : Ill.Mrs.. Mae Wells and Mrs. I z GALLONS' i.",. ,".,, 'Clltt"ed.,_ f '. -1.
Effie Miner attended the ; "- .fj ; r CUlto ntwt".t ....
: / j $ ..
;: funeral of A. B. Reid at the '. .4." yon e1.4Ito Ita,_ ; _, ? itr .
First Baptist Church Green aNOp1t1' "
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,4V Cove Springs Sunday, CAlI,LO* S.kbi1Ny _colo, '
Mrs. George L. Shuford obi IF' LE .ll 'it)' ., .1' "1. cIt of.'0", ft....., No.
: 1' 101 tit;;'" Jk IicL
..( .. OE EXTRA COST, II'tIC..- ., "racllO'e. ;

fun with. another : I' .

s more one: ., C -"i-+... .j.x ,,4,
I "'
A of new television pro, : DeW TV mo&k are reaD1 esE I. 15pwnYl IT *Gws.INJ.MIL., t;...ifIti:'
crop High S'; CU"***'''I t grams ia being readied for the season;l11le- screens, remote toeing coo. I ,.pier p p1YOf Wf. 4 y I h. L.

ahead. a whole world of entertainment -*| showpiece sfyfee S&aDd trisafc $8.98gal.TEXTUJtOH .

at your fingertips. portables. ,Values grater than leer *. : tr. ro, l.,.
fore. COLORTY, too. WaNow's ... ca N K
the time to treat your .mily j' at'itt 4te..... thozzta "Gt f } + tl Bto.it.ful.e,. .-Mdi t >! ],' 'v 0' '.
til M .I!!* '
to a second TV set. Another set solves 1, 'luJ ..,.eo soda to..1 1b _' d 'TUjON .
the problem of what to turn on when .....: $6.98 gal. c" r
] {,And to add to yow en at, ;
favorite progranwcoafikilet the kids*J --.1
f RADIO faj f'Itl1.aoaao, I rE't' -
watch thi <. .while?ea enjoy jw,w., j ;" WbeD_ .. .!'.::iJ.'body" .' ttwr t ..'
Individui!- stes-areatisfied*. .-JIOel.1 J fINJU -
retard i&yet 'bra
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let down. everybody'sbapPy.
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Once you get another television ;i REVERE,6

set,' you'll wonder how you ever did You IM J3ettEt.EIedDc. '" ? C0QK[ WARE
without it haw afi thwe:-. Radio; %ese %. -. -- e ,'

.TY.Set JC8 cleaIs ....pr Jb
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>. .Gbugr. : UkgI II I ONE-THIRD- OFF f .
FLORIDA POWER & LI6aTl60l1 A 1rs.sn..N tRti .aA ,
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flameless. Bradford: County MARY CARTER PAINT CO.';' N
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1TmmsDAY.- .. .. ..... ... .- ..
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OCT. 26 1961
. ., -
METHODIST CHURCH hearsal 7 p. m. Evening Wor- GAOt tAG .
1 meet in Fellowship Hall. 10a. FaOZEN ;:
Sunday Church School f
m. with Mrs.Jack McCombas
a.m.Morning Worship. : : .
9J45, hostess. Prayer Meeting J. :
1 a. m. Snack Supper forMYI' and Bible Study.7:30 P.m.. B"AKI" G' .
6pm Youth Meetings Thursday Prayer Groupin .
I) 6 30 .. .
{ p. nx. Junior Choir re- Fellowship Hall, 9:30 a. m. :
} snip.jR 7:30: ,.p. m. j Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30: "" I ..) .. jjj. '"
f I ;V[ednesciay Circle 31(win p4 m. -

COLD MONTHS AHEAD!! I :i : FE ., :4: T AVG-...4.LB ,- r--'; .


WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR .. ._ .. 113" _. ., --.. .

I For Quick Service 1i SNAPPING il,{F.' THRU..VTGOOD SUNDAY!I Lean Meaty Fresh I i' BliE RIBBON ST"EAK'SALE- .

i A OCT. 29thOuaimn ... .

I ? 4 / I I 1I a RESERVED sxts r 110.. I I S'L :

7 !
h!1W I BUI'S..Ift, I
9644641 I *ya I L PORTERHOUSE ,


I'| Farmer Gray SticedBIfASTLJbAV' !_
ttlt,..t I .

iARR'SBY t I \ -I I'w" II i OMI j;,t WESTERN. =.QED IGAAIN r-: 4

I I Ii i II BEEF '
i i : V : BACN C IB JL/

-,. _- -- -- --. .. --- --- .-.-.. ....... -. ... ., ,.. '
# Youth, i iBED i -, .. LYKES PALM V1IZLEYT111cK '-'r -

or BED . $1850' I OR TREAT $PEtIALJ! PORK ''SAUSAGE '* :* i gc ..

I .
x -
2., EACH $G'Zoo g4 4 &- SKINLESS FRESH CUT .
$6500 lV0Up@x f Fillefs IB ..9 .

Nt\V ROCKER SWIVEL Nylon Cover $3850 .UKRNbL H A I Great- fi kes Smelt II 2Sc ,

DINETTES SETS $W Margarine LB 27cV
0 .. -.. ... .. .4 .

LIVING.ROOM Red Ripe All Purpose__ '. .'. '_ OCT(NttElt. CHEESE_S' +i2IL! _

Cover pp V .Ibs" : i ChV dddr A5 hee 'BL1 a9 :
CHAIR $3850
: t L C AND R
LINOLEUM b SwissChees QZ J3c "
RUGS 9 12 - $595FARR'S V : .
SOUTHERN MAID ,Morton's Frozen" -- I .

BARGAIN CENTER I, MEAL OR GRITS'' ".. ,.. .. : : ,
2 MILES SOUTH on U.s. 301
Try Starke Stores First! SLB.PKG.25c! :


Discount Prices Every Day _
PLUS THIS BIGFriday.Saturday.Ociober ,
l FREE FREE 22 OZ ,.

WEEK l 5'gyp, fREE,. APPLE fEAQI{ GIANT: .. .
27-28 1IM11-1'P I t fAMILY
COSTUMES 144 DETERGENT. Fynerex.Ct.: .
Pecan ROB BU IfED 39'' WhiteorBlu." .49 ,

Assorted Sizes and Styles Ilklf COWOHWOBTHMERCHANTS LADY FAIR HOLIDAY f _________ 'J.. ,
LADIES I -4 1 V _____ --..
eCIIILDRENS' : FUItCake19co t I : .
'': "
First Quality Rayon ST'BERRY BUNSAT
< W# DAY 1/1/ FAIR

... es- CIDER -81Ggyn. I A'- -.
Washable Corduroy 1 .. -X;:
25 '" ; .
w Qffi( '.AND DQWT lA&a tOt fUU* UN b OF THE PRICE? -
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPSWITH r OF bONtJr)$_ 4oACAP.T SIt!AMU ao :Ek .UbE6t&r DETAILS!:. .IN.!! !!!_':.-: .. .
122 I
EXPIRES 1O-29-6I : : :
prints and PlaidsWESTERN' I 1Arn DAY stol tI Bartlett Pears .29LIBBY'S c
., .

SCARVES 1 Oe I POUND w :Pineapple Juice '4 : -z' _4 1O I

CAN I ,< J

tfp, To 29c-.Value EXPIRES<' .bAY 10.29.61't ..U.tl.:1). : ft c.
.' : f fi MIX Mw__ !' MATI. ) /.t_ V !
Try S arlC.e Stores First I a -'- 1 j HOUSE. !! : : BC :,,C- ... 1SCSEUAlE: 'GARDE !'

Free Parking On Saturdays 2'5 T ,. *0 .'1 ... ,his ,,' .
.. -. : JIGn V CANS !
10-29-61 RED'DART '
,Fla. S
r DAY t Seasoned. Lmas CI

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.. &j..A..A..A..a..A..A..A..A..A.lAAAAjBROOKER tives here Saturday afternoon.Mrs. the weekend guests of Mrs. the first' quarter when Mike ; ,
Rosa Pinholster, Mrs. W. T. Blair and family. Castlen' ran for a touchdown.The I

= T, W.- Markey and Mrs. Mrs. J. ,R. Mott, Mrs. N. C. extra point was made by

rr Amanda ,Lewis attended Mott, and Mrs. Ophelia. Moore John Lewis. In the third \

s By Shirley Green, funeral services for Bobby were in Starke on business quarter Cecil Stalnaker scored (
r ;FI ;t- Riherd in Lake Butler Mon- Friday afternoon.Mrs. another touchdown. This, is
.A..a..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..a..a..A..A..a..A..A..a..A..a.. day afternoon.' Iva Mae Lewis of the fourth straight victoryfor
Mr. and Mrs.-Paul' Prescott I Gainesville is spending her the Bulldogs in the Midget GAME
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis ,
:and vacation with her mother League.TTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY.
family of Tampa TONIGHh1Tornadoes
were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green
weekend Mrs. Amanda Lewis and
guests of:Mrs.Doshia and Mr. A.,L. Green attended
:Prescott.a a reception-dinner for the daughter Mrs. Lamar Hall.
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby
Fred Wilson and
son, Florida League of Municipalities \
:Edwin Mrs. Edna Hayes, and at the Coliseum in Jack- and son of Starke Mr and PINE LEVEL

Henry Liggett, of:Gainesville sonville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Alan Land and family,

:visited Mr. find Mrs. Guy Har Mrs. Mattie Barry returned and Mr. and Mrs. Sam By Mrs. J. E. McRae 1-,''',
Crutchfield and Butch all of
well and
family ,
Saturday Saturday after a three weeks
iii.n h :., '. visit in South Florida. Gainesville, were Saturday AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmong i ,
dinner guests of Mrs. * *
, I Austin! Gay, et-Jac- keonvil4 I I Mr. and Mrs. Schley De- Mattie Barry. the visitors at church I THURSDAY

.was visiting friends and rela- Loach of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Douglasand last. Sunday were 'Mr. and I
I % Mrs. J. L. Alvarez of Middle-t
] family of Lake Butler burg Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Al-i
visited Mrs. W. T. Blair and
..Starke"Hardware's varez and children and Mrs.
; family Sunday, John Sweat, all of Orlando,
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons I Mrs. Bishop Myrick and children -
: and Mrs. C. H. Layfield of
of Gainesville, Mr. and
Gainesville visited Mr. and Live ak
: I
Mrs. Jerry Baldwin and son, vs
i Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Duke DeBouis I
i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
and daughter, all of Jacksonville -
t Crews of Jacksonville visited I
I f and Mr. and Mrs. Jim-
Mrs. Mattie Barry Sunday
my Reddish and son.
I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hardee,
Sr. of Jacksonville visited Mr. Everybody enjoyed the Tri- October 26th 8:00. P.M.
% FRI. & SAT. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. State Meeting last Wednesdayand Thursday .-
10 'off t Sunday.Mr. Thursday at the Greer .j.jt

ONLYON I and Mrs. Albert Knightof Baptist Church in Jacksonville. .' t
friends Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Starlingand r;
Tampa were
children of Tampa were
ALL Miss Lucretia Cumbee and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell ,
Thomas last Saturday.Mrs. .
Bob King of Jacksonville were
J. W. McRae and Mrs.J. All Tickets at Gate $1.25 Student Tickets
PYREX-WARE 'I weekend guests of Mr. and Purchased at School Dayof
E. McRae and children
I Mrs. Warren Mizelle. spent last Thursday in Gaines- i Game All Children Grades 1 thru 4 FREE If Accompanied By
Miss Juanita Stalnaker of

9 GOURMET CASSEROLES i Tallahassee was home for the ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez Parents

i UTILITY DISHESAND | weekend with her parents, Mr7: held a family get-together at
and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker.Mrs. .
their home last Sunday. A-
Wilson Green and
: mong those attending were "
daughters of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alvarez of ; 1961 BHS SCHEDULE ,
weekend guests of Mr. and I
CORNINGWAREComplete Mrs. Dave Green. Middleburg, Mr. and Mrs. la- -
von Alvarez and children and
Mrs. J. R. Mott and Mrs. September 15 Starke 18 0
Mr. and Mrs. John Sweat of Macclenny j .
Jack Simmons of Gainesville
Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
SAUCE PANS were in Ocala in business Baldwin and son,Mr.and'Mrs September 22 . Starke 21 Woodbine 0 ( i t
; Thursday.
Duke DeBouis and daughter of ,.

: PERCOLATORSUNBEATABLE ;: turf Mr.and and daughters Mrs. Vernon of!\Over-Jacksonville Jacksonville,_Mrs Owen Alvarez I September 29 Starke 34 P. K. Yonge 0

Daniel Alvarez, and Rev.
i were weekend guestsof and Mrs. Roman Alvarez. October 6 Starke 53 f
Monticello 7
( Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker.
Chester Andrews of Tampa
.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney
I and Mrs. Ethel Mathis were October 13 .
for flavor and taste I and Mr. and Mrs. F. :M. Vick- visiting Mrs. j": E. McRae and -, Open ...... _
Wash New-Clean time i ery of Gainesville visited Mr. I ,
every children last Saturday.Mr. ;. '
: and Mrs. Earl Green Saturday October 20 Starke 27 Palatka 6 :'
and Mrs. Earl Goodman
This material is so smooth, night.
i visited Mrs. Goodman's sister,
stale oils can't cling I Mrs. W. T. Blair and Billy Mrs. Jordan in Columbus, Ga. October 26 . Live Oak HomeNoyember
', i and Mrs. W. L. Douglas were

I' See The New ,' in Gainesville on business last weekend.IN 3 =; Fernandina Beach Away

II Wednesday afternoon. MEMORIAMIn

1961 GIFT SELECTIONSFOR I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Conerely November 10 - Santa Fe BHS Homecoming
of Leesburg visited Mr. and loving memory of our
I Mrs. Lloyd Barry Sunday. dear mother, grandmother, November 17 '- Green Cove See You At
- Away
FALL AND CHRISTMAS I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle and great grandmother, Chaney -

entertained the Taylor-Burney McDouglad Chandler, who
I wedding party with a rehear- departed from this life two r December 1- - Lake City - Home The Game!

: sal dinner Friday night at years ago, Oct. 27, 1959. A
STARKE HARDWARE C0. their home. There were 30 precious one from us has .

guests present. gone, a voice we love Is still I
-"SI i ;}')i''' Another Victory For Bulldogs! place is vacant in our hearts .. ..:;,....
The Brooker Bulldogs defeated which can never be filled. .Ao. ...........

Free I the Torode Shellers Mr. and Mrs. John Jefferson, -- 'T,. I
f- Parking on Saturdays!! .13-6 Saturday morning in and the McDouglad family of I :..
Best Wishes To The Team
i Starke. The scoring started inL I Starke and Jacksonville.Beckum' Mow 'Em. ,Down Tornadoes. f ,I




,-, _Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters .F



Crane Motor Co. Rush's Tractor Co.

: Mauldin's Inc. s OpticiansLindsey Support The Team With Your Presence
;;: LARK ANGUA L. Beckum, R. O. Support The Tornadoes /

STOCK CURVED Authorized Sales & Service
G j bicial: Promptly] .
"Complete Service for All
GLASS FR 6-3516 *
: t v -
< 6 Makes" Farm Equipment. And ,
: Windshield::<& Door Glass: 506 E. University Ave. Tractors Gainesville, Fla Best Wishes To The Team ./ /
Best From
''r-Replaced.In Any Make FR 2.4251GatnesvilleL FR 6-4385 POWER SAWS Wishes > H. C. WALL AGENCY f

S 0 Car Or TruckS Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville MeCULLOCH RITCH'S FRUIT &. GIFT SHOP ,



114 s. Main ,- Gainesville Johnson & Faris SERVICEFlorida \
'.. Luck Tornadoes ,
Saw Co.
I Line of .
2538 N. E. 19th Dr.
VALIANTAuthorized FERTILI7JERSInsecticides
Service Co. -Pet Supplies Gainesville Come On Out And Cheer Our Team
Sales Parts
: Service Sidney Leopold, OwnerCommercial 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'! NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLYYOUR Good Luck Tornadoes ;"V
224 N. W.. 8th Ave. SEWING MACHINES
rr: HawesPowersMotor Refrigeration FR 2.0476Gainesville WESTINGHOUSE DEALER MANN'S SHELL STATION
Conditioning Fla. Singer, SewingMachine ;
: Co. Frigidaire Ice Makers
: -FR'5&1 Sold .And Serviced Anytime LADIES WEAR Center : Let's Fill The Stands For Fridays' Game r

S 204* N. 'Main Gainesville Gainesville FR 2-8392
..Used Cars- S12 N. Main Heights FR 6-7700 Cherry's Singer One Sewing Of A MachinesMany Kind I THE FARMERS SUPPLY \ Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On! I

.. FR 6-3400 Starting At $9.95 I
.. Gainesville's Most Fashionable FR 6-631 WESTSIDE GULF SERVICE STATION.

LINCOLNMERCURY. CONCRETE PRODUCTS Address For Ladies I 216 W. University Gainesville '(750 WEST MADISON ST..

COMET s ....' FIAT: RENAULT DRESSES SUITS -COATS; .. -Bring Home The Bacon'Boys! '

Authorized Sales Service INSIST CONCRETE THAT PRODUCTS ALL YOUR 105 W. University, Gainesville Area's Most Complete Line BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN Best Wishes Tornadoes i. I 1

; Parta ARE THE BEST FROM of Sporting Goods at -. -.-,.... .- -. I !;
Mechanics .-f Good MOVER\ I ,-; ,.. I" CARL HURST "#%: '-- I
trained :; '1.' ; .. : ;
Inc. .1, .', '
Hughes :, i'' :
:I Used Cars Edwards Building l GainesvilleI HIS W. University Gainesville, Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence *" ,1\' ". ..; J. D. DOYLE 'rVCARL !

: Barkley ,Motors Supply, Inc. MayflowerLOCAL SHOES VOLLEY STARLING GROCERY -.....- ; JOHNS, JR. r',0 -- -;. '' !
i -
r 615 N. Mata, Gainesville :- . WAYNE DOUGLASg/ ,
.. 126 S. Main FR 2-4844 AND LONG'DISTA. I & MARKET o' '
Co. Gainesville Fla. Bob's Shoe Store.ShDt' -. : ....* fk. > -#* *i '.
J1.: & G.: 'Motor CE MOVING
:I ,
for The Entire Family -. -
Storage And Crating '.
Inc. I," Gainesville FORTUNE FOR MEN I A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Your Support Game: "-: .\\f ;.
I FR 6-5224 CHARM SET FOR WOMEN i Let's Fill The Stands For Fridays' !
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MUSIC SUPPLIES'Lillian's Bags Millinery Accessories I! \ ..
Authorized 'Sales Service -1 I -* : '. .,
21 W. University, Gainesville 659 N. TEMPLE AVE. :; :
I .
!- Electric.Motor. ,; .- .
\ parts
Music Store YARNSTOYSTime "We're'Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! C' I
: FR'6-7515 Repair Co. "Gainesville Leader"Since
Best Wishes To The Team
1 ff s. W. Second Gainesville 1933 to Lay-Away for TERWILLEGAR MOTORS


: Service Parts COMPLETE ELECTRIC CABLE Jack and Jill M* ,:
Sales .
1er-Brown Motors SALES.AND MOTOR SERVICE CHORD ORGANS $159-$375 Open Complete Till 9:00 Line On FridaysA Of Best Wishes, From Everybody Out For The Big Game : .

tine. "Distributor of Guitars Drums sheet Yarns -NeedleworkNotions
I ;2-8532, ,:r' New Lincoln Motors"FR Music Free Instructions PHILLIPS 66 BILL EDWARDS,, I,
1 FB I 'Budgets r STATION '"
Toys Games Dolls -
'' Eva FR 6-5931 \ !
'a 1039 & -
1030 S. !Main Gainesville Hobbles I
,., .Gtinesvil1a' ."" ,;:... 112 S. E. First Gainesville .. \f
-.'-- :: :44 I 625 W. University, Gainesville -

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I II and the Harold Shiver family .

I of Gainesville were Sunday,'
.y T. .y. A y
I dinner guests of Mrs.: Nan
I Merritt.

Mrs. Essie Nettles of Lake
: Butler was a Tuesday night BUCK'SGROCERY i I
,- 1.lJJ :.
: visitor with her grandson and
t 1
TABERNACLE. day messages were deliveredby I 3 I'ti I,family and Mrs. D. E..Nettles,
) and mother.
the sponsor. t
Weekend services at the I I
Mrs. W. M. Mann and
Baptismal rites were administered
Gospel. Tabernacle started at the Tabernacleby I'daughter: along with Mr. and and MARKET :
a recorded sermon by : Mrs.Roy Tcmlinson of Ocala?! i
Dr. Bob'Jones Sr., president: the pastor of the' Boat- attended the Lacy Johns Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301' :
of Bob Jones University,. drain Church to six mem funerah
j services and afterwards -
! Greenville, s. C. Regular Sun- ters of his congregation. 91 ,ri I visited.::"Mrs. H. 1,. I: OPEN7DAYS m 7 AM. 11 P.M. :
'r 1 Johns. I
4 i -a'p. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Johnsof I 1 1I
$ !
r Alachua visited Mrs. H. L.i i =>:"
Ii Johns Tuesday of last week. I r:" '.). ,.'." :,}... IBfJ; : I I
o II < j: : ':' -!
I '' f S I, -----I II II I I ;.,,." ''.::";>::'x'i1.',.' ,.i,' "". 0$ : .. f I

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i THE RIGHT POINT for the| It f

I I t. k ..way you write. Come in and ,j i One with' $5.00, food order f i

,I r. :; select your tavorite ESTER-! BAKERITE 3 Ibs. .. 59c I
I I'd' BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH

at y II IF AB Reg. Size . 27c
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:NOTICE PET. MILK Tall Cans -, 3 For. 39c
Notice is '
4 a hereby given that I --- _
ri the biennial School District Election -
j i, I shall be held on Tuesday RICE ROYAL 5 Lbs. 59c
November 7, 1961. Said Election '
-' J'fU8 -- is for the purpose of voting for KOUNTY KIST'
AND MATCHING CHAIR three District S-hcol Trustees

OUT OF THE PASTStyles i and District oiennium.the Millage.determination for the of ensuing the PEAS -= 2 .. 303 Cans . ,-. 29c I

BLACK NYLONDISCOUNT in almost everything;, Starke merchants were going) crating smack in the middle I Christmas Store" and, )judging I II 10-12 4t 11-i CORN
$SQC75 2 303 Cans .' .
else have changed, but ferris'! all out for business around! of East Call Street, and the I by the crowd in the street, it I -
PRICE wheels have remained pretty! the turn of the century, just I two story building: on the; did just that. GA-RED
much the same over the past I j as they are today. corner is the one that now, Present day merchants I I
i half century, as this old photograph -!, This isn't trick photography houses Rosenberg's Store. Obviously -I might take a few tips from TOMATOES, 2 with $5 food.order tOe
I proves. And it proves';i, or an''opt1cal illusion" that the wheel was a stuntto their promotion-minded fore-I 1 1QUI1Th JIM DANDY
: something else, also that;', is actually a ferris wheel op- attract trade to "The Big bears of half century ago. ,
I GRITS or MEAL 5 Lbs. 25c
9PIECE.DINETTE SET i : relatives for their first ride
Lawtey I CHURCH in a plane, including Mrs. Joe I It 28 OZ. JAR VITA FOOD APPLE JELLY OR

I DISCOUNT : A. E. JIassey, Pastor ;I Sunday School, 10 a. m,I RIVERBy I, Moody, Roy Thomas, and Mr.' MASTEwn 24 OZ. KITCHEN CHOICE .
: Bible school, 10 a. m. and Mrs. Felton Moody.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I GRAPE . 25c
11 I
Preaching a. in. Troy Jones went home to
PRICElEflWAY I I Training Union, 6:30: m. Evening Roy TurnerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA n
I! Evening!; Service. 7-30 p. m. Worship, 7:30 p.p.m. visit his parents, Mr. and :Mrs.!I MAXWELL HOUSE With $5.00 food order
i Bible Study and Prayer Richard Jones, in Maeclenny j
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,i I I Lb. Can - 59c
I Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Wedne3I f:30 m.PENTECOSTAL. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Martin last weekend.
$ [day. p. II and children of Newberry, Ralph and Loretta Memtt, FRYERS or; HENS Lb. 25c

$9995 I I and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Black I* !

CJIURCO |I i the R. L. Blacks last Sunday.Irc2 f EGGS 3 Dozen .. $1.00
I Sunday School, 10 a. m.;: The occasion was R. L.Black's : This man is solemn because: .-- -----
I, .....-- j i Sunday School 10 a. m .Morning Worship, 11 a. m.I birthday and.they had ..o "Aworking t!I 1 a. He has a flat tire. eai.P ORVHOLE SIDE
I Preaching 11 a. m. Training Kvangelistic: services, 7 30 a big dinner in his honor.
II : : p. I I b. II' married a flat tire. SMOKED BACON Lb. 39c
I i Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching, m. i;1 William Fipps has return- gal : ..
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NYLON SOFA 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Come, let us reason to-j i 1 ed to New River after a long l" t!i All work and no milk makes SMOKED PICNICS'-. 29c
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. I:ether.'' stay in Pompano.Our needsapal! li Jack a dull boy. That's corny ,I'' -- --,-
WITH INNERSl'ICING I Wednesday Bib.s study,i community was saddened (...a Lindy S.no-renJ J 51( J I paraphrasing but you can't: FUNXYLAND

MATTRESS\ a 7:30: ) p.. m. Jos. E.. normanpastor. ,1 IIE :'N'I I last week by the death of when deny that milk furnishes a'I PURE LARD -.'J3 Lb. Jar 45c
$189 I BAPTIST I lone, of our older citizens, J. L. combine.Iep'bdity.od.peed.. yoaautt \ world of bodybuilding vita- ----- -- -
DISCOUNT Sunday School, 1C a. m., Johns. FIXE LINE I I rains. Our milk is always i: LACE *:WJ!
PRICE CHURCH OF GOD Rev. Rex Brookns, pastor of tVh*AcUUon'i to fut you I fresh, always palate-pleasing.j:
Morning: Worship, K a. m.Trining tIIlDk>wuaio... I BATHROOM TISSUE-4 Rolls 19c
I 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship. ; Union, 7 p. m. Even-'I New River Baptist > Church, NO SlIP! 1 I ..- .

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Worship, 11 a. m. Sir lay :\It't1ng:! Wednesdays;i::30 p.! week. ., MO SMEAR!") I CHUCK ROAST Lb. - 49c
This Week & Week i I Evening Service, 7:45 p. m.I I'm.' Rev. Joe Roop, pastor; Sorry to hear that Virgil When you mart Uk Dole* ly .1 _. _'_n_.__ __ __
\ Every p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, :. Rex Brookins, pianist; I Fipps is on the sick list. .a.yo.tag..tamp... 4 ,,1 VAN CAMP\ lNo.2'S Cans

I II 7:45: p. m.SOLTIISIPE. I D. R. Redding, choir director; 1 I Mrs. Morris Brannen and NO CRAHPI'.c. I MEi4tTvyw.C I I PORK & BEANS 4 For $1.00
I Rex Brookins, Sunday School 1 Mrs. R. I* Black were fishingin I
!I CIILT.CH OF superintendent; II. Green, New River Monday. DAISY CHEESE=- Lb..'T--: ----59cBullington's
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L. Marley, pastor. Phone 961- State Farm Monday. 1 i I-
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Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor i While here he took up several: ,;
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; of Odd Fellows. I !Mrs.. E. S. Brantley Tuesday

KESTQNEKALENDAR : .. .1 1 I I ,Mis Marcia Whitton of.: afternoon.
,... Of Melrose HoldiFfrst : !
: KeyhVotets Defeat H D !I Largo is visiting her uncle] and I f 'Mr. an Mrs.' S. A. Gornto

City ; .MeetiiigS I I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl ., of East Palatka visited rela-
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?II' ..' ,. ... ... .. : .The Melrose Woman's Club i I i i Arev1valtkine1apils I II m. Ruth Reed of Lake
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, 4r. 1 Thursday] Oct. 26 To Eye Budget Revision opened the fall season .recently J, : week, Oct 22-29, it the Methodist ,- I'1 i 1 Swan visited her. ''son-h -law

1 '* Notlje To Parents j I 1 1S blanks and they were to identify Duplicate ''Bridge Club 10 [ with a covered dish :;..I Mr.. ant Mrs. Edward Pas- i J'(I Church. The public is and daughter' Mr? and Mrs.

I,, And:vOther Residents M' commercial products by a. m.. Woman's Club. I' luncheop and business meet- katis /Hialeah./ visited Mr. ', invited. and there will be .a' :E. S. :Brantley and .family on
,0. The annual VTA .Carnival 1 the"advertising photos and', Garden Club of the Lakes Indians i. < I unprecedentedinterest. i ing.I and Mrs. H. S. Dull on their nursery,.for the small children.AbnIdaIshowerwasheldin. I Monday. Mrs: Reed, has Just

will be. held October 27 this slogans alone. which were 1:30 p. m, at Mrs. Fremont .'.:JourneyT Keystone Heights, voters -{I Hostesses for .t the luncheon. return trip from Pennsylvania.Mrs. :returned from Akron Ohio

i year.-'and; that' usually puts 1 taped to the wall. This being Tolles. I 0 Jennings, wenfUo the polls Tuesday)I i were members of the executive ; -t .Bunyon. Kelley spent honor of Miss Mary Tyre at i I where she spent several weeks

S children In the done, teams were chosen for and turn d thumbs ,d wn on board including Mrs. the Keystone
Halloweening Community Church Choir ? i Thursday in: Gainesville. I I Heights, Episcopal with! relatives. .
S 1 moo$. However at the PTAij( a Treasure- Hunt, and each Practice, 7:30: p. in., Friday Night a proposed( new city. hall-li- C. L. Bass. president:, Mrs,R. Miss.Sarah .Adkins of. Orange ; Parish House,. Saturday :'Members of the ParanChurch
I meeteng last Thursday even- |team was given a clue before 7:30 I /* br ri..The vote was. 100 for to W. Becker, 1st vice president; .J evening. The shower WMU:
DeMolay- Boys meet p. The KeyStone Indians Heights visited Miss Irma i I was given attended an Associational -
t in;,|:|a resolution was ,passed'I leaving-l the firehouse. Each m.. Masonic HalL ney to ,Jennings this Friday jour.1 71 against. All but five of.the Mrs.i B. Nicholson, 2nd vice Jean, Tison I', by Miss Michael'R nfrp. j WMU meeting at

declaring that October 31anxijjonly clue led to another, and it Friday Oct. 27 night town's registered freeholders I' president; Miss Iva Hillyer recording Mrs John,4E. Rodgers.of', Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Catchpole ,i I the First Baptist Church in
Ii : still'
looking for a'win f
October 31-wlll be'I often. required a nimble mindto I' Rotary Luncheon, 12:15: after six straight losses in the turned outsat the polls. The secretary; Mrs. Dock Honolulu, Hawaii, has joined( and children have moved i, Palatka last Friday.
"Trick50r know which' direction to. missing five -were ether hospitalized -: L. Tison, corresponding secretary -I to Lake
Treat" night. Sp noon, Masonic, HalL current I her son. Tommy who has Winnot. W. C. Burnes has recovered
', dont send your children out I take next.. A delicious buffet PTA Halloween.Carnival. Car i Last Friday season night the or out' of :town. ; and Mrs. R. P. Vogh, been visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Alderman of SilVer 1 nicely after being out of .
undefeated -
i )I on,' Friday or Saturday evening supper was served after every- j Parade starts-at; 4:45: ; Cliiiren's Dunnellon Tigers "It was as near a hundred I treasurer. George Rippey since June. Springs and Bunyon Kelley I circulation for several days I

to''knock' on,. doors. And resident one returned from the hunt; 5 I I per: cent election as I ever During the business session, have returned
?t dafter costume parade. p. m. j romped'to-a" 30-7 victory'over Major. "John E. Rodgers is in after: spending ; last! week. He was In Jacksonville j
-of Keystone are not ex- which an evening at ., heard of; Mayor M. L. Beas- Mrs. Bass announced that the Bangkok !I four weeks in
Supper at'5 p.-m. j the Indians at Dunnellon. Thailand. .San .Pedro. |I last Thursday.Mr. .
peettd to have things hand Monte Carlo was 'enJ Yed. lei commented Tuesday night.In clu 's'new dishes had arrived.It Dr. I Calif. .
on Duplic te'Bridge Club. 8 p.! Wesley Rush was the big-gainer Farrar of Lake Swan they'visited Mr. and and Mrs. James Scharrer -
tot' thege ghOstly visitors exceptc Everyone started with $850 in Woman's Club. a rapid:move to evaluate 'was decided to. leave disposal involved Mrs. Pat Glisson and .
m., v.t :for: the winners with was in an auto accident -! baby and daughter of .Miami ,
play-money; some increased' !I touchdown wishes of' freeholders as of the old, dishes to the .
Oct. .
Tuesday evening 28 were
I Saturday. Oct. t runs of 60 and 42 and suffered dis-j: daughter.S Saturday night guests of
sir their fortunes while others, Keystone Indians play at yards..Jtt ," expressed at the polls a special Ways and Means Committee.. located shoulder and a head I;, Recent guests at the home Mrs. Scharrer's mother Mrs.A. .
CdraivalTo sDe1dFr14y depleted theirs. All in all, it meeting of the Town Mrs. John 'Strawn. chairman: I of Mr. and '
Jenningai Team, Cheerleaders; ,lit was late in the fourth cut.' I Mrs. Dock Tison G. Hinson. at her home in
Evening was a most successful party.Kmystone and Pep 'Club leave by bussesat Indianscould CoUncU'was called for 6 p. m. of the committee,.announced Mr. and 'Mrs. Ernest Perry j were Mrs. lone Parks and Grandin. S

Don't go to 'the Ctty Park I .. 'Tapo ses" 1:30: p. m. quarter.muster before the, sustained I Friday, Oct. 27. Town Clerk C. that the club is still sponsorIng -' of St. Petersburg are visiting children of ,Jacksonville. MrsE.. J. Hutson has re
on' $ Oct. if PLyr At,Green Cove up a H. Haberstroh said the ,meeting I pepper and vinalla sales,'I the
riday night 27. you Sunday Oct. 29 scoring ,drive. Lovorn 'rammed relatives in Mel 'ose. \ Winners of Duplicate turned to Grandin after
planning to attend the Tuesday night, Oct. 17. the Attend' your church In the'morning. in I 'to score fr m.the four, and l would be for thedual purpose -, and that a bake sale will beheld Everett Fox is out of. the (Continued 'on iext PagckAiN. spending several ..dayat!, fr

annual Halloween' Carnival 7th and 8th grade Football See listings else- Wingateadded! the extra of canvassing'Tuesda 's Saturday. Nov. 11, at the I.tospital 1' and back' to work j '. Horseshoe where she enjoyed '
Team. which we might call vote and reviewing" and re- post office. Miss Bessie Ruth .
sponsored the PTA. Instead where in this column.SW point.Keystone. S A surprise Bridal Shower some good fishing. S

of te usual locale at the'City ,the "Papoose" team rather William's parLhoners rolled 155 considering" the recently erford Mrs. W. P Boyd and was given Miss Beverly Wilson -: S Mrs. Betty Swan and chil- i
than ,Junior Indians, playedin up adopted budget for 1961-62 in Mrs. Dock Tison
Park the Carnival will be at to St. Petersburg for were appOinted Friday
go yards rushing and 49 more night by Mrs. dren, Mrs. Callie Rye, and
the servat1on at the School Green Cove Springs with Eucharistic Congress today: from the light of election results. to assist with the bake Charlotte Pelham at the home Mrs. J. F. Herring were In .
passing but..w
s rebuffed
the Rinehold Jr. High Team .May r M.L:. Beasley said he S
this year. Mass to be celebrated there .at of Mrs. Lee '
when vital sale.Mrs. Parker grand- Gainesville last Friday even "i
yardage was Br Mrs. Rebecca
about would' that'councU ; Brantley
there. The recommend
score was
AJiyone desiring to be ir the 12 noon. ,, needed. The Indians Bass reminded the mother of Miss Wilson. Those : .. .... ing. ;!
automobile parade will line up 40-14 with Keystone comingout St. Willlam's-Choir Practice' fense didn't allow .a pass completion dea
at {'::45 p. m. to spread the the little end of the horn, 12 noon till 1 um.. in five attempts by Dun--] approximately $3,000 budgeted meeting in Gainesville on Nov.' Mrs. Henry Williams. Mrs. j'. Mrs. Annie Sikes and Church chose Saturday. Oct.
but the local boys 1 1neJiop. .as"the 1961-62 payment .
put a on a
good word throughout the up First Baptist Church.Young ] ,, but the thin forward : 6. Robert Hollis. Mrs. Herbert! Mrs. Rosa Brantley have returned 21, for cemetery work day,

I tow$. .The children's costume good the figh Strangely similar enough.to People's Choir Practic, 6:30: wa$ gave up 259 yards on the j proposed $23,000 of the loan city for hall-li construction It was announced that the Segur Mrs. Russell Nobles,I!, home after spending I also for a time of fellowship. ,
parade'begins at 5 Boys score was very next of the club will Mrs. George Wodey Mrs. Dinner
p. In. p.m. ground. I. meeting i several days in Sanford where I II was served on the
the numbers of the brary'and other fa-
and'.girJs will assemble on the boys on EYC of St. Anne's go to After this Friday the Indians municipal : be held at 12 noon on Wed- Maude Comer and Mr&-..Wali i they visited Mrs. Sikes' church grounds and.a discus- !
teams. While cilities. "If this is done I'I
respective Key it
blaok-top basketball court for Lake City for district meetIng -: will have two home IsI I nesday, Nov. 1. when a program ter Wilson. The honoree received brother !and sister-in-law: Mr. sion' was held concerning the I
stone Heights had 14 boys on I possible that Keystone tax j
the)>arade through the reservation. 5 till 8:30 p. m., St.: games at the Reservationhere. I on "CARE" will be pre I many gifts., Refreshments -. and Mrs. Horace Fennel. addition of Sunday School]
their squad the others had millage might be lowered to its
A new feature this I James' Church. On l\o,. 3 they take on I 1 sented. jI |I were served by the We 'are pleased to be able rooms. ;
about 40 But it'snice' : old levyof 11 mills rather
or more. ,
year will be Dr. Christoffers Community Church Young: j I hostess Mrs. Pelham assisted Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Mann of
Baldwin. and the
Nov. 10 to
'to I tJ I correct our mistake of last j
know that have than the 13 mills tomeet
we planned
andfcSherif Reddish of Starke meet at 7 m., in I by Mrs. Parker. ,
People p. L HomecomIng game will be I I week concerning.Elbert Bar- Florahome are the grandparents p-
material the I
comingup. of
some good needs the municipal -
leading the parade on horse- 1 and of these educational building. with Orange Park. Sherman is now the house I II j Alexander Barnett of Wins- 'I:: ber's grandson. Bobbie Tyson I Ii of a baby girl. Lisa Irene .J
back. one. days Monday, Oct. 30 building,. program, Beasley ton-Salem N. ,C. and Frances i i born Oct. 18 to Mr. and Mrs.
mother at Halfway does not have neck.
j Keystone Heights will have atop said/;. I House} at a Broken
A| complete meal will be Community Church Women Sunland Training Center in Hudson of Miami are visiting: :: David Brantley won third Virgil A. Rosenfield of San i \.
high-school team. Executive Board meeting, 9:30a. Although:Tuesday's vote was I. : their mother Mrs. H. A. Barnett i i : Calif. 't
served the grounds. It will Diego, Mrs. Rosenfield
on : St. Anne's Episcopal News: happy about the deal. 'There ,: "advisory" and"coUncil could Gainesville. Dorothy says the' prize at the Melrose High J
notbe to home m.. educational.. building. 1 in the Bradford County i School Carnival will be remembered as Miss
: work
necessary go : The EYC will attend a have been three'. other entists I legally proceed with the .18 fascinating and she Halloween
for Supper, or to have a hurry Art Class for 'children, 3:30p. : I buildS is i. Hospital. I I last week. His Ellen Mann.
District Meeting at St. James In Keystone Heights over the, ing program Mayor Beasley very happy with it. i space-m&n costume -
-ijp before m., Dot Newman's house. I Mrs. R. E. Mathews and Mrs. Ella Belasario and Mrs.A. f
supper you come. Church in Lake City on Sunday years. our own father being' predicted the majority would Mfs. Ward Bessette is planning :; was judged the most or-
Various civic organizations'wil Catechism for children. I Mrs. Ray Mathews spent; I Ii' G Hinson were visiting j
the first. 1.Speaking to attend the Ceramics iginal.
Oct. 29. Mr. and Mrs. N. accept Tuesday's verdict at
serve hot-dogs. hamburg-j\I W. Hardenbergh will accom- grades. 1-6, St. William's 3:45: ,. of changes. At-; the polls and would delay for Show in Orlando this weekend. i'Wednesday in Jacksonville. 1 I I Mr. and Mrs.. T. J. Barton friends in Starke last Thurs- j.

ers/ offee etc., and the PTA pany the young people from p. mit.CAP torney Fremont Tolles is now ;i the time being any further Several of her students are : Mrs. Ada 1-ord is visiting: and family have moved to day afternoon. Mrs. Belasario

? women will have desserts.:: St. Anne's. Cadets, 'l:30 .p.' m., located -in the W1gg1ns.Bulld.. move on the building program.He entering their work in the her sister, Mrs. George Stew Grandin from Baker County.Mr. has several pieces of tatting

I baked beans, and potato salad I j, The Episcopal ChurchWomen's Skytel. ing next door to five-and- added that Councilman; show. art, in Greenville. I Barton is employed by B. I on display at the Bradford

.1 There will also be soft drinks. Fall District Meet- Adult Art Class, Dot N wman's ten in the office ,space formerly Bill Beam. a supporter of the Mrs. Arthur Jansen has returned .: Mrs. Lois Williams, a former -, J. Alderman and we welcome i.County Fair.Attending" .

So' let's make -it, a 'night ,out i,i ing will be"held at St. Anne's house Oct., 8:00 31: p. m. occupied by Zike De. new city halllibraryhad; to, her winter home,in Meh-ose resident* died recently : : them into the community.Mrs. the Friday night

for Mom' I|i 1m Keystone Heights Wednes- Tuesday, 7:45 I corators. .. said he would support the Lantana. after _visiting with in ''Miami. I Harold Gay and sons I' football game were Jimmie

I The various chairmen: of 'i I. day Nov. 1. Registration will Mass at St. William's* :. I C. .O'Connor Real Estate mayor's recommendation for a her sister, Mrs. W. B.' Dawson, Miss Gloria Morris and, Mrs. of Starke and Mrs, Gay's I and David Rye Edward Varn-

the booths ariftrYtnS'.to; make be at 9:30 a. m. As this is All a.m. is 'Uow In the little Jog house budget'revision., S : for a: while. ,During her jjtay, .David Hinnant spent the mother Mrs. Essie Pate of I es, Wendell and Melvin Cum-

it a bigger and better.cal'nJva11]I I Saints' Day all Communicants .Have"Tric ..or. Treat" night. opposite. Hill's. garage. I S : Mrs. Dawson' and Mrs. Jansen, week, with their uncle and Putnam Hall ,'were Sunday bus, Johnnie Johnson all of

I this year each trying to make 'are urged to attend the your goodies ready. We have seen workmen drove ,to Pembroke, Ga., where aunt Mr. 'and Mrs. Gorden t visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. Grandin and Raymond Win-

his booth most attractive; and L II" Communion Service at 10:30: Wednesday, November' 1 putting up partitions in the phone 4193. they visited their parents.. Atchinson in Orlando. 1 I D. Gornto. ters of Florahome.

profiting, fjy: experience of which will be celebrated by All ,Saints'* Day' Mass, St. store-room formerly occupied I I Lions ;Notes Mrs. Sven Hansen of Goth- I I Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp
d. -a; I ..Chris celebrated'his
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other years- So do.come and I Bishop weSt.DupUcate by Western Auto [which mov- The Keystone Heights Lions enborg Sweden who is visiting Ifth birthday and children visited Mr.. S COURT
Episcopal Church Women Friday, Oct. 20.
bring the whole family: Bridge Club ed to the store. formerly 'occupied I Club held their regular. busi relatives in Jacksonville, i' Sapp's mother in Trenton last
District Meeting 9:30: a. m.. the Mr.. and: Mrs. R. F. Simmons i! SHOE REPAIR
Treasure Hunt Feature The Club by-Stucky's Sundries)J. ness' meeting at the Den on I was a Sunday visitor at ; Sunday. .

Of Flremen'i Party of Keystone Duplicate Heights Bridge is meet- St. Anne's.Men's and upon' Inquiry we found L Monday evening; Oct. 23. home' of her uncle and 'aunt, spent the weekend inj I j Mrs.. ,Charles Kilgore and :35 yrs. Experience

Saturday eyening 'Octl: :21, ing twice a week now at the Bowling League: that Dr. Christoffers$ Is plan; They 'are planning a roadblock I Mr' 'and Mrs. W. B. Dawson West Palm Beach where they son Rickey and Mrs. Kilgore's 126 North Court St.
Gainesville. 7 p. m\, of Twin Lake. Mrs. Hansen: attended the semi-annual;' mother,,, 'Mrs. C. E.,Sp. all
the Keystone Heights Volunteer Woman's Club. They play on L Junior\ ning to occupy that location.: Oi5 Saturday Oct. 28, .. I II Starke, Florida
Episcopal Church
meeting -of Encampment .
] for entertained the Dawsons 's ey.- The of Palatka, were calling on 1
Foremen entertained their: Thursday morning at 10 a. m.:: Choir Practice, 7:30 p. m. Now when we get a new to raise funds their:van. '

wives at an Interesting Ladles and on Friday .evenings at s' Episcopal Church Senior L LChoirPractice,8 post office and a new City ous,ph11anthroplactivities.: eral,times last summer when

Night. 'To start the ball roll. p. m. All lovers of the game "; Hall-and-Ubrary. our town After the, business meeting, the Dawsons were visiting in
given p. m. will .surely have undergone ach the adjourned to Law.. Sweden during. their trip (
Ing. each person -was are invited to come at which Pftyer group.
pencil and a slip of paper with,., ever",time is 'nore convenient. Community Church Meeting Parson : rige_ for the better! rence's Dinette, where they! abroad. t F- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE! :
__ Poster Contest Winners enjoyed supper. During the Mrl: and Mrs 1,. D. Walrath
___ J- T p Last'week 7:30
J- ; first place winners age. : p. m.
The Keystone Heights PTA 9 UQ S193PI1} JO ,3IBS !}U3D34: from 'Binghamton, N. Y. were
were Stedham and I Thursday, November 2 .
INSURANcEAuto.Fire.CaSuaItY boat, motor'imd: trailer,_theLions' guests at the White Feather
I Hawes: the team of Sutton L Duplicate Bridge Club, 10a. sponsored a Halkween' poster. Court for.a week or SO'the- : BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE
divided into four
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: and LeBlanc were second I m. Woman's Club- ; contest for the -children in the I 1.-
teams of workers. The team early ,part of this month andtheyhadalovely.thnevislting
Allied Lines! I
Bonds and high; 'while 'the third-high L Community Church Choir local school about two weeks .
ago. Chairman of-the judges selling the.most tickets was to I -
Insurance were Ketchum and Phelps. Practice 7:30 p. In.
Reynolds Mr. Walfath's brother and his .
Scotty Is Four DeMolay Boys'meet. 7:30p. : was teacher,.Mrs. Judie'Wood? be treated5to'a'd1nne'by-. 'I SERVICE HARDWARE REAL ESTATE
Agency 'committee'consisted* of r rest of.the:dub-; Mondayeven.trig : wife Mr. and Mrs.Frank M. ,. ,.
W. L. Reynolds 'Sunday afternoon. Oct. 22, DL> Masonic Hall. teachers/Mrs-Summers; Mrs. thetclub; Tiaki its! .'debt,to, Walrath of. .Keystone' Heights, Wheeler Service Co. Brooklyn C.:.,J.- Pete- O'Connor

Ph. '2442 *s 2701 i. Scotty Akridge celebrated his Boosters Club Meeting, 1 8 S Godsey-.and Mrs. HaITi the wiifkng. teamof,. which I and his sister and her' hus-

fourth birthday at his homeon p. m. 1 George Schaeffer. .was-the'cap bahdr'Mr.. and Mrs. C. R. GR. '5-2401 ,. Supply House REALTOR

,Keystone Heights ,:FI*. i Hiway 21. with a party for -, -S Winners were: Susan Baker tain. S Lawrence; also of Keystone between.. Keystone and llelrosewryic'ing .. VAR-TUNG PAINTS REAL ESTATE \
_.__ first and Christine -
.. his little friends. His mother Newman both areas MORTGAGES APPRAISALS '
Mrs. Dewayne*Elder had: second, ,In t- Grades 2 and 3. Personals, J .: S ,(Continued on next pa(e') OIt6tde'Hou: ,Paint Keystone l1e1gh Phone 4297
We.hear that-Mrs.v DorothyShowing
Cox and Dianne ,. r Resistant -
planned1 interesting games forithe : Patty was first I --
Davis second in
grades A
S. party had "balloons and i ... 5-- Winifred H.CRAWFORD >
I __ other favors and delicious re 4; 5. and 6. :In Grades 7, 8, .. S ANYTHING ELECTRIC Keystone Heights, Phone 2741Odom' .

i freshments of.cake. ice-cream' and 9, 'Sandra Bleasdale was all: work guaranteed servicing -

punch, and candy. ,Scotty's first, and Marshall Beam, sec satisfied customers Hardware R f. Real Estate Broker I

: .. -* guests brought him some lovely -. ond. Denise Szabo" wai, first ,,,.. .zcce43APPLANCES.T! .. & Siipply Lake Propertied Acreage \
; .gifts. Those enjoying the and! 'Mary: ;Ann.Schaeffer, second .. > _i,___ ? Ranches: Business .. City

party included Robin Elder, in ,Grades.10 and LI. V t HARDWARE PAINT Homes- Rentals

June Redf earn. Robin and BetItunstedler. h ,Honorable mention went to: Cement. Blocks' Redl Mix "We Take; A Personal Interest

Debby and Tommy David ..Mathia; 'Jo Ann Kuy- Redfearn'aAppliances Cement. In Your Requirements
Hanks Christine Peter Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oil Midway; Keystone Height _
Brokas. kendall, and"RickY' Parades. '

C nne ri. -and Link",Powell. First' prize",money was $2,lor I ,. Meter' 'Service _. Melrose ,
: Jt Local Artists To Judge each winner;;'second prize and HOTCOINT, APPLIANCES Meirote, .. PJumejBr.,5-5421>> Hiway 21-Open Sunday. ,

Fair Exhibits.Mrs. honorable mentions got $1 Maytag W .&m. and Dryers LUMBER OB 6-981 _..
Chuck. Newman and I each.. ., 5 ,Zenith TV RESTAURANT

Mrs.. Ward Bessette will be -Woman's Club. News SERVICE ON ALL MAKES San LebrydoLumber 1 ;

judges at the Bradford County "The- Keystone Heights Keystone Heights, Phone 4252 F- 3Iet Tour Friend '1t.
.',. Fair' in their particularfields Woman's Glut* annual ,open BOATS S 'Co. atLawrence's : .

'k of art. Mrs. Newman, a well I-; house was held -S nday after ; We Specialize l in Custom Dinette I

.' 1f known portrait 'painter: and '. The .BOAT Cut 'Extra Lengths
noon. Oct. 22; from 3 till 5 Barn I COLD BEER GOOD FOODOpenlI'a.m.to9p '

... fII..!,. .. landscape artist will judge o'clock.A'nice.crowd' .attendie&mere (M&teriaii m. I

".' '.' y' 117V the paintings: while Mr s. was :coffee, punch, -MELROSE GE. ; 5-2711, Cement -,Mortar. Mix- Mon. Uiru Saturday 4 \!

k Bessette. local ceramics teacher and' cookies for attending. I' ''If"- .K r f* Sheet Rock'. /L Closed Sunday 1 i

:1. :. y will judge'the ceramics at i .Pouring coffee were Mrs.. Bert -INftUBE urn ea Ur*. 21 at Middkburr, Hiway 21- Keyatone Heights -
Our 'B Dk'1., the"Fair.. V *' Christoffers, Sr. and 'Miss Plume 4285 I !

.. -. LE54 I ,
Changes In Kfjrstone. ::
I Whit
Cleva J. Carson. Mrs.' W., J. -.S Top Drive-in
p.fers'.F: *":. I ,I MILLWORK .
Dr.: P. K: Parsons, a young Pinon presided at the punchbowl .SERViCE ONE'BEG. LOG

Friendly'vice \ I dentist, from Jacksonville, isplanning A 'whij! 'and gold.color .5. :Keystone FISH D 'NERFOB'75c
'. to 'open a dental of- .scheme:was' carried out in then SFLORIST With This AdEai

\Ve ate, (interested, In'you! If you need< '.a:* b loan in'ahurry" fice' in Keystone' Heights j. table.setting and flower, de- r I ..PHONE t ;..' ...' .- ; '._ : ', Millwork Shop : 'Here or Take Haiee
.I the: pace formerly occupied i i corattoas. :Hostesses were the I CASINETS: DQOS5 S Good Only
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we'willjdo: our it right :
best-tbproe ss '
way .I by..C. J. O'ConnorReal'Estate club officer*,,,.with vMrs. J., A. WO 4.3101'. : Edna Williams WINDOW RAmS Fit, Sat.- Oct. 27& 28
We will also ,help you'arrange your- ,budget problems
and 'Attorney-Fremont-Tolles.f.:Williams, .chairman! t -. SCREENS Opea 11 A. 1L To Slldalte .

) so you 'need borrow as little possible. Come Dr..'Parsons will be In Keystone : District V ,of the Florida : FL. UsT-.1JBSEBT, Trfaa MaterialsSttfc'Made Rt 21 Between Keystone &

iii. ,_ : :r _. Heights on Mondays.Tuesdays. ,,I Federation of. Woman's Clubs f ; FLOWERS : To Order Melrose -.Phtne'GJt: S-2481

Ask About ppUFE INSURANCE! 'LOANSTHEKEYstOE : Wednesdays, and' will. meet in, convention on Off ice.:and' School SuppliesBflBlfTllfiRApH.'' WelrOse.; {. For! ,AD Phone Occasion: OE*5-233 .;. Keystone gelgtita I WELL .

: possibly: Thursdays from 8 a. Monday.. Nov.' 6. in Gaines I DRILLING
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STATE BARK m .until 5 m. '"' >, PACKAGE STORE __. < I ...
p. UewilIaii. ville. The' meeting. will begin t, t1 ._ GAS,;-BOTTLED '. .- ... S WELL DRILLING: :
make 'appo1nb: e at 10 a. .m.,. with luncheonserTedatp.m.atthecJub t. I' S .
S MEMBERTJ.ic.; Ing work. 'too.. I1 'S. Thelma Keystone Gas Co. ShaughnessysPACKAGE POMPS"
:A..Friendly ,Bank. in A )1endIY'.Community timce! will ,be pr, Parson h!>\1S All .members of thelocal 'BRADFORD 24 HOUR SERVICE. STORE

.. receptionist. Keystone Heights! 'el b ,a; ,-Invited to, 'attend \ .PHONE mi' : MATHEWS
: \ .. .Jeys e. h :.F .. .. I! ." ; OPES/8 AL12P., : M. DAiLY
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can surely V.100c1'dentist t
use : this S
meeting. Mrs..Julius -S :. .. I Franchised Dfartrttwtor) oMYGAS' CLOSED SUNDAYS Well DrillingMELROSE'GR
_j: and eve1''one ,
I -we aresure Is Hanson will.take,reservations. i Keystone -Melnse
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_'l'mmSDA1"; OCT; 26. 1961 BRADFORD
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Mint.. TYv'R1DRvrnT1( hound: to Jacksonville last); Communion. I 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT E. Morris in Memphis,Tenn.;; I grain drill to plant 50 acres! 10:00 .o'clock A. M. 'and* to then I October 12, 1961 .
( KEYSt Saturday for a.: day on the Third. WednesdaParish ,and there show cause why said Witness my 'hand and 11'10 I
I N'E' Dr. !
: Simpson's parents in of cropland back to He'
,- : I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED t grass. petition should) not b.- prante.1.If opal of said Co4rt.thls5Ib d tjr6f
town the: event being Mary CoveredDiah! Supper or 6:30, Arkansas; and Mr. and Mrs.I} used Pensacola Bahia for per-; rOil fall to do 'to, the allegations 1 Ovtoben 191. -- ",\

'f"lIGHLIG'HTSaaa.a4a I I Ann'e birthday. The girls met P. m.FIRST. I I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY H. .M, Hammond, friends of: manent grass and rye' for taken.of as said confessed petition ty you.wilt). gal I (SEAL Charles) A. Darby- ..'t'. '
a friend Pat McClelland, a I > '
; the Simpsons in Sapulpa, temporary grazing. This Order and Notice shall I CHrk of Circuit Court of '? I

,4aa. lA.A...a IJ1 I Jacksonville girl who spent BAPTIST CHURCH I [By Elizabeth Givens Okla.. where Dr. Simpson was '! In; piiblis-lifd In four coBsecctUr. i Bradford Cwtntv, Ktorida. ., I
i last summer in Keystone KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. i i weekly issues of Bradford By Marian L. Crosfev-. C !
1 111llllatliaaL..t.ti..r.iai.alll..al.a.i.Recreation in practice'for ,nine years Couaty Telegraph commencing 10-12 *t 11-2-
From r i ; .
Preceding :
Page] !I Heights, and the three shopped I ---- -------------- I. Tiir (."INaU.rt Of ,The'FJffhlb
iM i i I'
Heights. While the Bingham- t! and had lunch at the J. R. Smith pastor Ralph!! !! Matron;{ Red. ::D. Dell, Worthy, IB Jadlclal'And Fur Circuit.Bradford Of'Fiord r l. :_ ,- .u 1' .

f on Walraths in Keystone I Robert Meyer Copeland Minister of Music i F The City of Starke Recreation ,. Patron. i ('ouaf1l1. Ckanrtr {
nd church organist.fierv'res .. nodoptlon of Linda
fleights. another brother. W. I Business Booming I Department is inviting : The Fiesta Club is sponsoring 1 Carrol Braiaell and George Eu- '

S.; Walrath. stopped' in Keystone :, At The NearlyNewI : Sunday School 9:45: ,fall I|, teenagers to attend the two religlous.moviesTheBaby : dren gene; Steve! Brassell minor 'chtl--:.!
m. Morning Worship 10:5
Heights to visit his re- I Did you know that the : ( hops given, each 'SaturdaY ;; Moses and The Life of ORDER OP I UBLldATlON AND, f'-

)>1 latives en route to his winter Nearly-New Shop is now open *. Training Union.7:00: p.. afternoon for the elementary ; Christ-at RJE cafetorium.. A'' ( NOT1CJ3 TO' Al'PEAH' ., 1 1i

f I home at Port Myers. This is I I every Tuesday, ,as well as on M. You Evening services 8:00: p.| students and. Friday night for : donation will be asked. After 3urSoil 9 Our'Strength)! Betty TIle Jean State Of Hcllins Florida',.Drassell', To:
01. share
are invited to
the first time the three brother i Friday and Saturday? Why the teenagers.. Come out and the movie an electric, blanket --- whose residence is 170 Avenue
] family Prayer time with 11$. f! -Soil Conservation i iN.EW' D,,Afmrthient 6+O.. New York 9. '
enjoy an evening of fun. will be givenjtway i
and their sister had been not drop in and see all thei | *jr- larence: 'New, York: ;i
i bargains have? A. little School News i DeSue, president. .
s together in over 30 years. Mr. they COMMUNITY. CHURCH S .j I You are hereby "notuled tbat ;

; and Mrs L. D. Walrath have money goes a long way at the KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. The Halloween Carnival ; ..l.. ,I a vctltlon has been filed in tbe I
i i Olrvtilt Court of' Bradford County
,: gone to Lakeland to visit one Nearly-New Shop. It is fun to and' Dance will be held at 8 t' "T 1'Tn"yyy.: rnrtti By Bill Hmia 1 I Florida Chancery, by- 1

'of, Mr. Walrath's old college I browse around the store and A. C. Bolt, Minister, p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 31, ,at Jack' Dirrell Bra.gelt. Sr., and ; Dependable '' *
RJE High School. There will i STATfJi RMI A complete soil and water his wife cable Marguerite Bra- -- Economical ..
friends --a minister there see all the interesting things.ST. Mrs James L.; Hetherinjton I, sell, to legally adopt. Und Car. : TV
before returning to their home ; Organist and Director. be,' many activities for, every- conservation: farm plan was rol Brasse41,and George Kugenu : PHONE 96M30I ,j ',
I NIGHT 964-2<111 In Ii <
in ANNE'S EPISCOPAL one to participate in. Hot delivered to George R. Alvarez Sieve Brassell, minor children;
New York. Richard Cushman,, Tooth Dir. I [By Mrs. E. F. Maytonli ] and ').011 are hereby required to
David Pew. son of Mr. and i CHU CII. KEYSTONE : Sunday School .9:45: a._ m. dogs, peanuts candied apples, Included in his farm .: l he and appear! in aid Conrt And i, CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. ." ..
Morning 11 Snowballs, and Ice cream will i fTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTT plan are conservation plan :cause on Nove-nber 14, 1961 at I \
Mrs. Worship a. m. i ,
Bill Pew.. had his' tonsils I ....
Sondays; -9:30 a m. Church5cl1oot Young People 7 be on sale. A prize will be ) map, soil and: capability map ..-- -----. .---------- <
out on Tuesday'morning, Oct 9:30 m. MorainerYayer I pm. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Swann A ,.' ...
.17; and was doing sowell ,; a. ,l given for the person with the i have returned from a'vaca.- cooperator's decision 'or what' .'... -
they and Sermon [1st Sun iltfTryYyrfyT1 ..
YTTTY 09't best costume. We .are urging. will be done sheets, and a Uatfl
let tion in Kissimmee.
I While
him come home from the Holy Communion], 6 p. _n'
cay all parents, and friends to f' grazing schedule. All those t
hospital on Tuesday night. Church- MELROSE.norur..r..yr..mw'f' away they also attended the .
m Episcopal -
come out and participate in help in planning your work to -
Margaret Muir! and. Mary, anen. i this affair hi. order that i it;f marriage of Mr! Swann'sI on your farm.. { He opened ;checking! "
Leslie in of .
Ann I grandson Swann ( F"
Schaeffer took.the Gjey-i Holy Days -1:30'a. m. Holy may be a grand success. A : .
\ West Palm Beach, to Miss A request for' a ,soil survey
From Preceeding Page] donation will account at.our bank f ':"
-I be asked. This ; Shirley Ann Gibbs 'of, Lake was made by Emory Brown. ..

For r Bridge Club were: Tied for t event is sponsored by the Elementary I Worth !in the Methodist He is interested. in putting in ( for his wife. nd'put : ; .
The Best. Deal Department of RJE.
Anywhere i first place,. Mrs.. Mary Cooki t Church ol that City a fish pond. A fish pond' is .a .

i: and Miss Iva Hillyer- and Mrs I Band Club I Charles Weimer spent Sun- delightful part of a farm or a her, in chdrg of-the \ ,.
i The Do-Re-Me Club will ; ,
SeeROBERTS' ( Ethel Graham, and Mrs. Kay day hi Jacksonville with Mrs. ranch. Where ,a- >good site :.

Segur; and second place Mrs. meet Thursday night. At that Weimer's mother, Mrs. Robin- exist for a'-Pond, .it makes ,household funds!! t :a

Paley Boyd. and- Mrs. J. W. time we are hoping that the son. Mrs. Weimer has been good use of the land..The impounded :I i f. .,...q.I V..
CHEVROLET new band teacher will' be '
Strawn. 't there several l days while her water often hasother ". .. ,
present. All .' -
members asked "
School, News are ( mother is a patient 111 St. uses too. It adds beauty.- '

AND OLDSMOBILE The Bulldogs tallied their i to attend so that we may ;, Vincent's Hospital. the farm and pro ides'. recre- ,'F : : : : .;:
be able to continue 1i't; "t) I
j oursue- .
ation for farmers and their .
fifth straight. victory as Jim-1 i i Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Star- t .. ,.>< : .,. "I. .
I t ssful work.Mrs. Alma t- '"'. '
friends. r;: "
AUTHORIZED DEAI..ER- my Downs led the team for a ling were in Jacksonville Sat- i I, I i-ft:..,. .L-. ;...:.."'-If-.. ,
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;;:! Jenkins; president; Mrs. ClaraCohens ;,- -'- .............,. <
34.13 win
urday the Fishponds
over White Springs night attending are profitable'when qMpI.
[ reporter. .
The Lions' star halfback Bob birthday party of Mrs. Star- well managed. To pro! ...
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Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.Glr'.SS' Party Given, '
by Fish was injured during ling's father, J. T. Kirkland. duce the., most income and ."-'r. 'i '-<"4'*' i'A'. ,1ft.

first half. While Downs was Mrs. Emma Williams was Rev and,Mrs. >E. F,,Maiton.Harriett home use; they must afford :, ;"t-:<'i';\1'.; ;' n .
honored t < :
with a birthday party 1 '!. '
the top "Dog": In offensive f and John Andrews I good fishing year after year._ t ,;Jt*
given by her. mother
play Don Williams! and Joe -in..14'ow.' I were weekend-visitors in MadIson Most disappointments result .
That's Our Business"If I Mrs Arita Williams 901 .I ,
Angle were outstanding on defense !: Tallahassee, and Ha-' from 'mistakes in manage- : WHY NOT .

It's Glass We Have It" for, the home- te m. I Florida St. Attending thepartr i vana. Mr. ,Mayton was guestI ment. i! ." Y''. ii "u.
were Miss Jessie Sewell '. : i' ..
CALL WRITE or, VISIT The grinders play at Bron- ,I speaker at the homecoming Charles H. Young soil DO LIKEWISE. CJ .
Mrs. Truly Allen, Sarah ; rr'lI
son this week.MET1IODIST. : Mrs. : services here, in Salem,Alethj .
FOR. ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S Tirrell Mrs Maggie.,Murphyand scientist for the Soil Conservation -; AND BE,THE ."
l odist Church of last ':" :JlJ 1 0#
j Havana Service Bofl -
prepared .
children, and Mrs..BertleMae ;> '\4'U
MELROSE, :!!, -' 1! M ,B, Jordan, supervisor of Maurice Edwards Jrs Roman:' _. .
honoree many
received beautiful : itiUBv
(NOT INC.) Rev. Kenneth;.1, t gifts : :; horticulture at the prison, and Alvarez W. E. Wasdin, and .' :
W. Griffith
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.:* pastor. Church, News '!,. Paul Hutchinsvocational G; W. Rivers. These maps will; t' 'IIRi!

We Design Modern Store Fronts Antioch agriculture teacher at the be used for the basis of a soil i
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Baptist Church
Just: Mail\ Us, A. Pattern For Worship 11, a. m. Choir drove to_ Penney Farms ': Starke school, are conducting I I and water conservation farm I!' ',:

.. .. Table Tops- Baptist Church last Sunday a, bimonthly program ornamental plan. Also checked the farms
MYF and MCP 7 p. m.Erenlxg Ji ; I
,.horticulture atthe 1tSvb 1-:, >f, R D. Reddish and R.. Hv'i .
23ta N.. 7Y.d(tc n1.G3iaesQitZe F2 Phaac FR2.4353 WarSiiy 8 Q. at. Jar the JJ a, z>< enc!' when 1(6
.ASS' ID'1nod..in
t) pmra)s 'Dreen DT-. to make a revised\
Prayer Meeting i Wed.] -7:30 i Mrs. if, J" Le.e spoke, on the .Ui&[\ ptoramate invited -.! farm ,
plan t.ne1r Jarros.
] FL.O
T '- I "'\ P.m. subject ol Women, of High \ '| R I DA ;
to attend- The .next !

I TRINITY I Standing.service. Everyone enjoyedthe meeting, willbs, at' 7,p. m.l 1 Lucian Conner Roman Al-I*' .. :::
Attention Livestock: Producers! EPISCOPAL.CJJUflqn : .
MELROSE The Choir's Federation was Thursday Nov. 2. varcz, Gene Shaw, and Leslie I: : [ :'ri" -- ''' '

; held at Antioch Church, and ,Aj Civil Defense program on Whitehead used the District ''I iJ2flifli 1 : uu....
If you have hogs 'or Sundays -io a.". m. Church)I the> amount raised* was $45. personal survival. will!be held roto-mower to control the j .- : ; ; g _. _._ __ .__ __ ..: "

cattle to sell now or in ,,- School1143; tu.m. Morning PTA, meeting will be held in. the club house- for 'employees weeds in their pastures.I I I CNt Of U IANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MEMBER FEDERAL OEmT, ,INSURANCE| ?? I"1

the future .: of the farm. Instructors Lloyd Dyal used the District rr
please con Prayer and. Sermon, First Wednesday night.. Nov. 1, at I:

tact one' 'of the buyers ,:. Sunday., Holy Communion 6 RJE. All,members and friends : are R. E., Upton Jr..Richr, t. Y44

at Copelandi Sausage' p. m episcopal Young.Church* '' I ard Warren Charles Weimer -j -
: are, inVited. to, attend. There ,
Company and. give them alien. will be. a, talk., on Civil 'Def : : and Howard Caddel from.the t "ynrePBESS
.' Educational of
an opportunity: to buy. ", to t:. Holy Days -,.10 a, m.. Holy fense., Department '
'Jo. >!.o Communion. the prison. The classea-will.be
your livestock.COPELAND. I Bethlehem. Jfree Will Baptist ; ,
in tunits, thflratto.tieon
The Rev. MiHard! 1!: Brey-
Ctiurcn schedule, with all Dai1y\a1con
: Mondays and'Wednesdays, EXRA :
t fogle, Vicar. '
i j activities starting at 7:30.1: I and the second on Tuesdaysand
Monday. Faithful Few. Tuesday I

CHURCH; DI>;LROSIs Senior Choir practice. ployee and wlf2l1 urged to attend ,.

1. Cash market every day. .S\j JOe ': Wednesday. Prayer Meeting.* this,,programThe. -hours. Compliments of,your LOCAL'FORD ,DEALER) 5cAd L
Thursday Woman's, Home t".n
Sunday 9:45 m.. ChurchSchool
: a. are 6:45' to 9 p. m. L .

2. No commission. I for all ages, 11 a. m., Mission and Junior Choir Mrs. C. H. Janes Jr. and ..' ; PHftul C/IIt8ctIIt@II15O! united Fees rs Sn4IC1t1,1M. ''uv

3. Special l consideration, given to meat :Morning Worship. 6:30 p. m., practice Friday Prayer Baud John Howard Ward 11''ofGainesville '. .*. .' .,.Ifn
Vouttj meeting Saturday sandwiches ,
. Fellowship. were Tpesdaytguests .u
typeh'ogs Bi i-: f, will be-on sale at-Pred- Williams .
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. of Rev aOO-Mra- E.-1'.

.4. Can furnish for sufficient ble Study and Prayer Meeting1.''t! Shop. We are asking Mayton.
Rev. Ted Springer pastor.1OTiCE' you to attend our services Sun- Dr. and Mrs. J. D.'Simpson Charlie' Brown's exclusive ;'il

quantities. j day and,.throughout1 the-week] ; Jr> and children have'1': returned SCOOP. t 7./

-Rev. touis' Mc {ay; pastor: \ M.,
home wonderful
a CALL COLLECT HOward 23011FOR Of'FICTITIOUS ITESTOY"TOaFGISTElt !NAME',; Mary McBride, reporter. vacation. They visited a friendsin t I I }

i Notice Is hereby given that Mt. Monan Methodist City "Mrs. t h F'I' .
the undersigned! under the provisions Panama ; : Simp- e 62 '
CLAUDf: PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK,. ( of Chapter 20,923, Laws Church. Services start Sunday son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Qil
NORMAN VEECH ?>f< Florida. Acts of 1S41 will :' with Church School at 9:30: jJflJ : :_
register with the Clerk of Cir- ; i'
cuit Court, in and for Bradfurdii Superintendent Robert Deli ,
County'' Floridaivn) receipt, ol:, in charge.:,Afc 1 V,at m. Re, .
proof publication'' of this notice -
I' CopelandI the- fictitious name, of.; Mr.. Dell will preach his, trial a r / .

KTARKB MOTOR COURT; uo- '.jsejmoju! After the wrmon- '"
del" which we are engaged tnj t F-
busim-pfl" : at' '739: Tempi Ave._. token appreciation. will be ....

d lpANY. AI. ICHUA.. FLORIDA .Stark' Ralph; Florida.1'. Borchardt and W1if, given for' our, pastor Bev. MoLendon. WR4t m sGA Yftl;, ,

I 1 1a Marlon .\. Itorchardt, 8f.j{' ewnr :I All members and I l'1'D YOUq DEIIGhI1; Tttili w

I --t ... friend are invited ta attend I'
c'A f E'W T ,
this services throughout .r

i day. Trustee Day ,was a sue 1 DAYAMD MIGHT
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ful.cess The for which amount>we-raised are* grate-was. stmt

f 1 i $;?115x, All ix:4ft4oo: 1 e E'r o A t --

I I students are asked to Improve
I AUTOjBODTfrSUOB .AUTO RADIATOREd J J. B. Wright I,.the atteu a.n. .THe.-: presence ti -- _j

I SINCLAIR SERVICE 'of each student is necessaryAllt'h.ChaJld.A' !- 1. 1. j .J

Mack Body Shop Prevatt's Garage: M.E. '.
; & FENDER; RP.1' I. I ""
SERVICB. The Missionary 'Alliance wm'bchekt : :

COLLISION SERVICE New Cores Koddlnr' Tires Complete,- .B.sttetlss-Aeeellsoerl Auto : Service ttf,, aU day. Sunday\ ,a t -= r hew Falcon Squire Wagon with jazty woodli t't tide, >pantlinf;;;! ;'

Palhtlns i MatchirGtPRHE : Flushing, Crank. Shaft Electric. vending ]Mtt: Zion Church; CaMfejvRev.Grimmage ':, HPt 5
E3TI11iATE9PhOD& .' Grinding 542 Madison 969.28011: pastor, starting DaTROITan N0W MODELS! They.Forgotlo. Change ETC., '' '': .-III"l "N. v*

'La..n ,. ,
Mower Motors with School.
9592405. Ik"lrei Sunday All mem- I' t k
AUTO'TIRES.. I report eTa : ,
2031.. ft. Teople. ., SUtktAUTOMATIC Phone 984-0154' 1 >ers; from, Macclen ny.. Allen] 13 One Important Thing... :, -1:1 iETC.
'I -'. l I Or'984-3861: Co. Chapel, Mt.. Pjsgah} etc.. areasked by'ace correspondent E {0
StarkeRecap t1i ; :s1
i .__ So. Walnut,. SUrkft_ to be present. All missionaries CHARLIE BROWN Count 'em -13! So YOU, SAVE JJ $
pY. '
p .!? :
are asked to
wenwhite I
'TRANSSlCNTanner's Airro SERVICE I; : l Recapping1 Cars &Tru& I Stop theprasal! That's wKit The public rmul have been satis Falcon engineers
put even more
both juniors and senr;
in the movies I could for hours about all S
ONE DAY SERVICE! : I they always say *' go on
iors. I fed with the $! Falconmodelsthey value than into the 62
i ever the value that Falcon .
j when there's I new engi
guest :
; l Falcons thauanyotfe Falcon but aU,
Dodd's Service & American Legion' Auxiliary bought more somebody forgot have into these '$2
Gujf Service, AUTO-LITB BATTERIES I I ought to say i it; too-even nevi put

,. Auto. Sales: Phone 9& %%.. I of. Post, 314 wffl'have- ,! a-called, I I though I don't want the presses 1 compact. But Falcon'sdesigners I about putting more $ onto theEaccapkft.tags. model But I'm just going to :

,- GULFPRODCC1S: 135. N'Templp. Stuke meeting at Ton>Oot. 29 foot 1. f' '.5'. s' stopped. are never satisfied.Tlsjr'vt (You should I mention one typical,example! of \

} Complete -AutomaticTransmissions : 'I t, the purpose! of; getting: bust. come up with new mod& worry,-you can always find some- how untypical the '62 Falcon is. ,

GENERAL International REPAIRING LifetimeMufilers FARM SUPPLIES.t ness cleared uabefore.the HthDistrict APTS2ECOLUMBUS? NEW! improved! thwart real dazzlers. Take that tb n 'to do with the money you In ANY other '62 compact, you
Service and Repairs i
.. .. .. Mid-Winter Confer- the BIG ir that Falcon Handsome Falcon Squire Wagon save;CQ t.: Fakcn.. ) Want a 6- have to stop (and'pa)'). for? oil s
: For AS Makes I eacfc at Daylong Beach Nov ; news
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'tP .r changes 2,000 4.000miles. ( )
Brownfee & shown above with its beautiful 'pwer.zer. ? The every or f
: 6-cylinder
: Pliont 92 ,U FIRESTONE. 45. The president asks ail Rk.K.GI"I fooled most everybody for 62-, car What' Bother! Falcon

: H 668 'N? Temple; Starke Tm.l/ Batteries. Accessories CHasteenSEEDS ," '. !.members to;: please make *:1 even me.I thought the-6l{ Falcon woos like side paneling.Nifty,eh? '621;Falcon ''g.'Ama1ca'> lowest owners will be able to xfuIL6JOOO ;

i I .528,8.; Walnut '964-3861 I l, special-! effort' to1 1 ba presenti i ; was U good as a car can get. It's even available with bucket priced! Want a.luxurjr car? '62 mile between oil go changesf-s *t

AUTO{ PARTS J l L ,FEEDS. The heal- ,cannotfunction i; After all a '61 Falcon broke all seats. There's also a new version Falcon Futura t,. America's lowest It's etc, etc. throughout the .
ear% *
(> -- Starke 66?" Service I' FERTILIZERS.Insecticides t tI' Without,'the mk b1elb dy.., j! 'f. ... .,. : gas mileage records for 6or of the sporty Falcon Futur&Vh&t' priced!Want alurury wagon? -you can't beat Falcon, valued J
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t Starke Motor f "). ,t- /.\ : Society cylinder cars in the 25-year '
: \ there also 62 Falcon is America'slowest
\ rt are Squire
-Crates & plaDtsl j t tas OnlY s9 BuM M$CMIMfltM tt MnuhcfannPMST 1 Ie.ooewee
Parts Col Inc.your Bill Edwards.. r "Your Friendly f Paste Matron. Janie S/, $8' history of the Mobilgas EconomyRun. new Falcon Club Wagons with priced! Want an 8-pas- ,..Nk.e t.- .g
.So they've
\Vtf now an
t : i SPECIALIZE IN Farm Supply 5tOre'i i Ieorl0th'&Cherry Mitchell of Del Chanter 168; ... tot DOUBLE the cargo room of the :eager Station Bus? Falcon's got {
version of the Falcon
Local' BRAKE SERVICED Order pf, .Eastern, Star., ! Starketr biggest regular-size wagonsiWhat three and the people-space coo- lNIDnillFaloon6Z.
: ,
NAPA JVheel Alignment all BIas Trade Six engine-making the 62 even
Balancing ,4. r !' members, to* meest,, at; her : 4r
jobber For Phone 964-8SS1. \VELDING.-c-GARAGEr home to South Starke Tours "-- more thrifty! But that only the. variety! What choice! verts to cargo space.Falcon's got I
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Cor. Brewnlee' ''fi'dart' ) 617'' N. Temple Starke day -nihtNaZ";;, : 'at '1:309 t r beginning. Falcons for everybody: you surrounded-with Saving *. eEVfRY80DY'S i:

Phone-:9G4.oSQJ.I: 964-041L Thomas,Welding.Ekctri t complete.. -- the program' for the j L.I m AJ YOUR FORD DEAlERS mi Ill -

l; -AUTO REPAIRS; : Gilbert S. Browaf .' j Chapter's Anniversary. Please COMNlG.WNY. / : HOT ;
t. -
i; "- Wtl4tnrf be?on hand aa, there*will be I .
/ anntiA3etrlone
Standard Oil i : other bttsinesft. If You're Interested in A-l Used Be Sure To See 4 *
Earl GarageALL Service StationATLAS +r ? oft Importance.TMrs. an Car Your Ford Dealer .
Will1- I.20S
Hare Welder I Travel ]
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Lula Thomas, Worthy

t" -... AUTO REPAIR KUiDS'OF"WORK, ,TIRES &. BATTERIES:: I Work Quaunte.MJ era;.i. TJJi, Temple' Atra r Starldfla. \, TVI7DIX7TT I f/ AD MOT-S .

All Work Guaranteed' Bndget Terms-i-Boad.Service; .
-11&Yi'Brownlee 9@4.0361Nit& Dated this +th day of October, ,
l Phone 9S9-2964 Phone 964.7071 I A\ D1 W. at. mark, Bradford ... ,
f Walmit Star 407-;N 78-Ua. ,County, Florida. WEST MADISON ST.
l.'Be. Tempi Starke- STARH$ BJOBm&: &
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I I vember, 19(1; otherwise the alle- Dated this 17 day of October,
Property Sales .. gations of said Complaint) will 1961.
I f s y 4 k, Cash Paid for Good Clean be taken as confessed! by TOO. (SEAL)
y This notice shall be publishedonce CHARLES A. DARBY,
$194,700 Rags;; No Khakis or Wool All ; each week for four consecutive Clerk of{ the Circuit Court
Total Cotton. Bring to Telegraph.post weeks in the Bradford By Marian L. Crosby D. C.
,. County Telegraph. I 10-19 4t 11-'
Bradford County land transactions office address of the
claimant, and shall be sworn to
during the period from by the claimant his agent or
September 28 to October 21 his attorney, and any such claimor
demand not so filed shall be
totaled $194,700. according to void.First ., C

Seeds filed in the county 1961. publication, October 19, l. ': >.,..,' C : .;\ 1 1
clerk's office. H. A. LAWSON
Prices of transactions As Administrator of the 1;,..
Estate of As Executor of the .j
are. taken from documentarytax Last Will and Testament ot ; .' ; }
James Hornsby. deceased.T. "
stamps affixed to deeds
Frank Landrum i !
filed in the dent's office. Only Attorney for said Estate.
transactions of $1,000 or more t Box 546, Starke Florida ..
10-19 4t 11-9 '''. t Vj j jI
are. mentioned,below. I I. p
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Joseph R. McDonald to '; NOTICE TO DEFENDIn ., :
V Circuit Court Bradford i 1 ,
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State of Florida, .118 acres of V'_ County Florida IB Chancery. Ji :
land for, right-of-way for U. .1. k1 Case No. 13-040 i
i Tom Hall, Plaintiff, vs Lena
S, 301, $3,700.Martha Mae Hall Defendant. i ir
Johnson and J. V. NOTICE TO APPEARTo .
Johnson, her .husband, and c'z s. f Jt residence; Lena and Mae address Hall is whose: Un

I Edward Westland to James G. .,rr w known. 9j
Bparkman Jr.:, Starke, parcelof You are hereby notified thata }
/ suit for divorce has been filed
land $1,500.William _I against you In the above named j i .
J. Thomas Duval Court and cause and you arej V
required to serve a copy of your i
,. County, to Raymond A. Hicks, answer or pleading to the complaint |
lot Silver on the Plaintiffs At i
Jacksonville on
t .< -" torney T..Frank Landrum, P. O. |
,yoke, $3.300.'OUY' '''''''' .or-' L.' Box 546, Starke, Florida, and |
Andrews to Fred R. _. --dS'. :, 'h7'., a.-\r..t. '!' .t" file the original in the office ; THE HARWICK Model F-1010
: Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the |
J'It( .
Thieman,' Jacksonville, lot in I ;: ..(!; '\..: .... .. on or before the 20 aay of No- :' WESTINGHOUSE DIMENSIONAL DESIGN
Cypress $2,250. c _===---.=.. I

8. Quinn Cook, Jacksonville,

Bale of Bradford.: Motel, $67- WILLIAMSJEWELRY NO TRADE $$15995

000. .. _-__ __ ._. 3 Il "" =!-JaI1! ':J_.a.n .
,Arthur Dale to Leon J. I NEEDED

Taylor, Starke, residence, $2- OUT OF THE PAST !
550.Thomas 1 I )Be Sure To See Our Exhibit

Irwin Mersereau, Call Street looking west from Railroad Track, about 1905. Note Post office sign on building next to corner. Corner i REPAIRS At The Fair
Starke, to M. A. Payne,
Starke. residence, $4,000. building .is now occupied by H. C. Wall Agency. Store on corner nearest railroad was for many years Darby's Gro- : GuaranteedA.
J. H. Buliard Columbia cery. -- C. Williams North Florida Supply Co.

County to A. Z. Holding Com- $3,800. NOTICE OP INTENTION Route 2. Box 202 Starke, Fla. may have against the estate of Starkfi, Florida, within eight 142 W. Call St.
pany, a Miami, Florida cor- Leroy W. Haines, Starke to TO REGISTER I Dated this 25th day of Sep- James Hornsby, deceased iai calendar months from the time
FICTITIOUS NAME tember, A. D., 1961 at Starke, of said County, to the County I of the first publication of this I Starke Fla.
poration, parcel of land, $24- I, Tyler Jones, Starke, residence Notice is hereby given that Bradford County Florida. Judge of Bradford County: notice. Each claim or demand 412 E. Call St.
000. $18,000.Carlton the undersigned under the pre -9-28 4t 1019In Florida at his office in the I l shall be in writing, and shall
visions of Chapter 20,953. Lawsof court house of said County at state the place of residence and -
'W. T. Jackson, Starke, to Jenkins, Starke. to Florida, Aot* of 1941. will The Court Of The County -- -- --
Irving Diamond and: L. A. Wil- Mid-State Homes Inc., a register with the Clerk of Circuit Judge Bradford County.Florida. I!'., .,!:".:: ..>....:.... w.: ,,-=' ...
Court in and for Bradford In Probate.
inky, Jacksonville, residence Florida corporation. residence, County, Florida, upon receipt of Tn re: Estate of James Horns- ...
5100.. proof of publication of this notice by, Deceased. I rt
the fictitious name of Gar- To All Creditors and Persons' '
Eugene Mack to Mid-State cia's Home Dairy. under whichwe Having Claims or Demands A- .
Homes, Inc., a Florida are engaged in business at galnst Said Estate:
corpor- Route 2, Box 202, Starke, Flori You and each of you are here- : rV
ation, residence, $5,200. da. by notified and required to pre-
Edward Brown to Mid-State Benny Garcia Jr. and wife, sent any claims or demands .
I Della M. Garcia, sole owners_ which you, or either of you, ..
BUY THE I Homes, Inc., a Florida corporation -
I II residence $5,100. R DENCLOSURES rL ha d
.i Laddie Adkins Tampa, to \ "!

Edmund C. Hersey, Rochester,
GREATSUPER New York, parcel of land, R Its D W P R t N : : 1 :;..


I F. Hazen, Starke, to USE "A_ Save up to 40%on fuel --
Thomas R. Woods Starke, .
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residence, $7,500 "., .
Thelma E.: Mendoza, Duval t 'i' ;e ; CRYgtA .'-

County, to James T. Moore,
Starke, old Chevrolet Buildingon y" '1 Secst o .r. ',\
Call Street' in Starke $35- al'' a 0 lY I

ire 000. ,.,.,., V .5
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\ l j I. renzo D. Green, Starke to'Wasn ( :''::' I Ir
l ENATTERFRApF y. 56'wide _
I \ ? E Douglas Starke, a 4 ,. a <

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SHELL* jI .. ",'.' .J.-.'.' A V -
I 'I Ordinary oils can create their own metallic ash.Above you see what happens when a No ash with Shell X-1CO Premium Motor Oil.When the same test is tiled with new
jI I I conventional multi-grade oil is dropped on this electrically heated piston device. These Shell X-100 Premium all the oil vaporizes. The piston device is clean. There is DO

:1ti& I dark spots contain additive ash.When this ash builds up in your engine it's bad news. ash. You can expect a cleaner engine, less chance for knock and rough naming.

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(GASOLINE i Sportsmen Hot piston test shows that new Shell motor oil"eIiminates

AT YOURFavorite > I II a trouble other oils can create. Read how this


c., 9 Dealer II I I J-p --Ti----: revolutionary oil can prolong engine life 5 ways.

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MANN'SShell I,

Service I I ,

,, II I AT THE SHOE RACKBoots Here is an astonishing fact you should know acid with alkaline additives. But die
252 W. Madison neutralizing effect of the oil gets weakeras

Starke, Fla. before you get your next oil change: Premium engine acid eats up the alkalinity-

1 Ij until eventually such an additive stops

I motor oils-with one exception-will produce a working altogether.
SMITH'SShell ,I Shell X-100 Premium doesn't depend

Service I deposit called additive ash. This ash can contribute MaTOR4 > on alkalinity. It actually plates all en-
JBoots Y gine surfaces with a thin chemical film.

1 Lawtey, Fla. \ to rough running and knock. The metal "adsorbs" some of the oil's

protective qualities. Chemists call this

FROM \ V TO Shell X-100 Premium is the one premium phenomenon "chemisorption."
BUCK'S GROCERY I The process of"chemisorption"offersunique

:rN.. 301 Starke 'I I motor oil that cannot produce an additive ash g E long-lasting protection against 1
'I 199' x'99Merle ":': : acid attack.

deposit your engine. Read how this remark D. ..:. How much does it cost? \

REDDISH STORE able oil formula helps your engine last-longer; This is SheU X-100 Premium Motor Oil If you now use a premium motor oil, I Iyou'll

-in the white can with the red letters. get Shell X-100 Premium for
:Heilbronn Springs, Fla.HARLEY'S Rawcord High Top I about the same price.If .

F I P"'f"'ODAY, every Shell dealer has new leak out of your cooling system into engines lubricated with Shell X-100 you're now making do with ordinary
'. WORK( WORK SHOES J. Shell X.lOO'Premium Motor Oil your crantcase. Premium were torn down and inspected.The motor oil,you'll pay about$3.60 a

ready for your next changeover.New Many oils can react chemically with amount of sludge was astonish- year more-less than a penny a day

OXFORDS X-100 Premium is unlike any permanent anti-freeze to form a horrible ingly low. In some cases there was so extra-assuming you drive at about the

GARAGE j I other motor oil...It eliminates: a deposit sludge-so sticky that it ran bring an little it could hardly be measured. national average of 10,000 miles a year

that all other premium motor oils help otherwise healthy engine to a standstill. and get regular oil changes. I

Highway 16 East create themselves..This deposit is addi- Then you may be in for a repair bill. Ignores temperature changes Quite a bargain for the one motor ;

Starke, Fla. tive ash. It is caused by, the metallic New Shell X-100 Premium resists re Many motor oils tend to become too oil that fights additive ash and four!

additives used to prevent scuffing,sludge action with any sort of antj-freeze.: thick when cold and too thin when hot. other troubles to help prolong die fife 4!

RIVERS'Shell deposits, oxidation, and so forth.* shrugs it off. :This is hard on your engine. of your engine .. ;

With each stroke of die,piston,theseadditives New Shell X-1 00 Premium is an all

Station : ,"-. can deposit metallic salts in Disarms craakcase dirt year oil Here's how it works.Alkadinehas J 1

Graham Fla. the combustion fkamlyr. Here they All engines accumulate crankcase dirt. a molecular structure that resembles At Shell,1997 scientists are working .

< hum and form additive ash. The problem is to stop tHe many differ- a basket of eels. to make your:car go beuer and better'MUiM
9 ent kinds of dirt When the oil is cold, A1F din's eel
.#, This crusty ash can hiLl vp m your particles gangingup
STALLING'STruck 499 combustion chamber,can causeyour and forming sticky sludge, whichcan like molecules curl up as if for comfort.In .

-SPECIAL- :' ::}. .' engine to'knock and run roughly. clog your engine. effect they take up less space in the
Stop Most premium oils use a detergent oil-and the oil flows freely through the
: ;: New X-l00'Pren ium'doesn't containa
Waldo Fla. I. : It." to metallic additive. No metallic additive to do the job. But the majorityof tightest bearing.
:i 399. J99Men's single ;: these additives are metallic and cause When the oil is hot, the molecules
additive ash.
that old devil-ash.: uncurl,take up more room-and the oil
Additive ash is just one internal: trouble *
Shell's solution is to replace the de- resists thinning. New X 100 Premium
PRESCOJTSService that can cause engine problems.You
with remarkable lubricates just as effectively in June as
tergent a dispersant
Shoes--1:99-,2:99.-3.99 should bow about four others
( tOO.
: does in
Station new ingredient called Alkadine.* it January.

Middleburg,. Fla. Helps preTest"hI ADcadine works to disperse dirt partf- Fights engine acid a new way
des-in effect, holds them apartsothat
*c t. The SHOE RACK ';" -.rl. '- ..freeR'.. leaks' they don't form sticky sludge. Automobile engines manufacture add 4 St''IiiJ,

> A.\ ; Remember this when you fill up with Alkadine additive is potent stuff. It can cause more wear than friction. ,
TOIJ.ODE I' -- >iti frot e ths"fW1: AntHreeze can After 1,200,000 miles of. city driving, Most motor oils combat this engine .
A From Po&t, (M/ice i
'I ro Tndemark Shell Oil Company

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