The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
oclc - 33135451
notis - ADA7385
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System ID: UF00079902:00149

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vnr 38"- vn. 4G GnEE COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA THURSDAY. XOVKMBKK: 12:!, 1904!) 10 t'KNTS Prui'! '"%OPY" j

II Those Elusive Artifacts of War County Commission Tables EndorsingSearch l:" J J

For BattlegroundsYields A : -* Plan To Put Training Center" in Blandine- !"l". '". I' I

Mountain of CansThough " '
(&e* lead edi<0 rUV, *>gel ""J'-

the battle of two war hat raged sages Consider Sandndge As The Board of County Cv1nn} ykf! (S WOu wtfk w\.hheld.\ 4'

the county In bygone dais U would seem to Uk tome- First Church pending study, endorsement of 4\yJr /lq' No"". '
thing better than Scotland Yard U. unearth any evidence Successor To Baptist to put a Job Corp Training Center p iL.yd'1a1'j
that a tingle shot was fired in anger. HuntleyBe The Commission named Luther K:, v A/7Abairman t6

Jack Bell treasure hunter, poet, nomad and teller of editorial Revival Well Attended succeed Louis Huntley who resigned last weeVTVtlowlng his
( on J>
page election the
to State
Legislature Commissioner if 1:.
tall blea.ntved In Green Cove last week armed with an
Gordon Sandrtdge U one of a number of candidates for was not at the
present meeting
awesome looking Oeiger Counterllke instrument He pWnw Capacity are attending the fall revival crusade
wanted to dig. the Board of County Commissioners now under consideration now In progress at the First Baptist Church, of Green Coveto The principal objection of the three.man board was that
by Governor Perils Bryant to succeed Louis L. Huntley hear the International evangelist John Ashley Wood- the dullan would go to Stark and th* children of staffers
JTmrVry/ befon 'be United States entered: World War H. .
who resigned last week. Huntley was elected to t .eState would be enrolled in Clay County school.
*..k IkU, ttiif I mnrtir mutc'r'grate a poem. "The house director of Tell the World. Inc., of 81 Prtenburg
Devil and -.-JUI d/ llLIJ"t' eMrt fiW T'de' publicity Legislature to succeed 8. D. Ssunders.Mai He ls accompanied by his wife, Romaine Snow Wood The center Is to be established somewhere In northeast
Ogden, executive aaalstant to Bryant, told The house know Florida in the near future under the provisions of the so-
English-speaking jti I Together they ere aa "The Musical Woodhouse -
througliout, the fFPf of the
Crescent the appointment will probably be made within the .'' celled Economic Opportunity Act which was signed Into
however outd&taHt "be .ului.t'tr *
poem may ) lilt
next week.
Woodlouse his "Crusade law by President Lyndon B Johnson last August. The law
issue o( The -Crescent pn fact Eight.Crescent opened for Souls" by stating
( Pbotoa "by John Oronert .. that "Jrsus Christ ls the one Indlspensible man. able to I II the enabling act of the President's proclaimed "war on
guide us through these crisis days of our changing and poverty," which will be directed by Sargent Bhrlvcr, a
I troubled world" He made It forcibly clear that spiritual brother-In-law of the late President John F Kennedy, and
' .. awakening of conscience, moral Integrity and active Chris- former chief of the Peace Corp.
e : " I Man faith U the only alternative which will. restrain our State Senator Charley C. John and a group of Stark
w latoa' Tom ultimate surrender to the atheistic crusaders business leader appeared before the Board to urge endorsement .
.,r of tin b.lIrtm.Th. of the program. With them WM. Huntley. "

I I 40-voite tal.: irl sorry service Is led by Joe Perklnson The proposed training renter would comprise a max*
The WoodhoLr 1.1'11 ft *" nn>lud* "t organ and mum of 2,000 young men nerd 16 to 31, on an Integrated\
piano styllngs at 7:30 o'clock each ttilht bails , the proiwllon of bites to colored being on the
Friday ls Sunday School! and Family Jf/H then sam ratio* the Imputation from which they cam . to
J teachers are exixvted to have their student present lltti, Inrrr-tM their eniplojmbillty Student at the center would
the roll call of classes, the children will present. M brie l b f wolled within a 300-mlle radius of the center

program special) music by the Woodhoiue Tram and the) i/rnVr of the County Commission said they woald Ilk. .

,. .Je.. 's43st ,.,$:..i.,'.;, ',Ji/.': .', r.viv.llIC'rOlon ls entitled "God Bar Our Home" After U confer ajfli ,MflcUl of the County hoard of Public In.
r : '" ', the service color slide will. be shown of the Woodhoua atruLtlon to d.Uiutj/i the effect of such a center on the n
....." ""t" .J: ,'. mlMlon.ry rriwa.lei in the West Indlea.8aturdy Clay County school I.
,. ;; :.; morning at I:SO am. a men and! boys prayer With Senator John wen. 0/sfNd County State Rep.
\ meeting will be held' at the church Arch Thomas, Jr, Tom CamauptrU Iff lin'-etal of the
Saturday at 1:16: pm. a CouiilywMe, youth and parents Ilia,Iford County Doard of Public InstruUlcn II A DUhop.
r.UII\ t be conducted. A 50.voice youth choir will sing, Jr, president of the Starlit-Bradford County \.h"lm it
teenagers will participate with. testimonials, scriptures and Cummerc. and P, J. Novak, general. manager of the BUik!
prayer WomlhouM will sing hla own composition entitled Bradford County Chamber of Commerc and executive director
Teriuger" In a dedication to young people. Ills topic will of the Bradford County Development Authority
For aetoral days Jack playrd a game of cat and mouse be "Love. Courtship and Marriage" The program envisions construction on the funding, .
wltL she ancltiit srtiftcte jf "war. the buviea treasui .r.J. '. . Bundiy aorvlcn Include a Sunday shoot goal of 300 slate-owned. reservation of a 14 million facility covering j
Indeed, the scenes of the Count)"'* history present at 1:15: o clock. revival' monJng voral.lp *\ 10:1C. * Port alit Francis de Pupa.iM ancient Spanish breasU" -- - --- anel a fM. .*n service at T:10 when kDnroilmsUIV 40 Mr of the pl.l.h.. annual) staff payroll
works at Bayard, located on property now owned by John Hall yielded up an ancient and primitive\ Spanish Iron patronage dispenser in the County "more than half a do** befog planned to eat th* overflow crowd vectcd. An*,( enrollment te put at chat to 1,400 persoiu. Then center
hoop that held together a amaU cask for transporting gunpowder en persons" bad applied for the position. the final presentation of *o g* and mush, Woodhous wtirapeak y wmiM" aW 144 nw famiUe and 14 whuul cbUdre..
-whiskey or perhaps even water; and an assort Governor Bryant will not wait until Jan. I when Governor on &the drama theme "You have a date with God* Mew retail Mk. an computed al IU24000 with I] ad.
went of Indian shell beads class beads and arrow )cads.f Haydon Burn take over at Tallahassee, Ogden said Joseph Olache, pastor extrude a cordial welcome to dIUoiul retail store Annual new personal Income .. put at
According to State Attorney General Junes Kynes a people of all faiths to attend. th<*** final crusade services, close to II million with bank dcpualte eatlmated at cloe
Bryant appointee Huntley became a member of thclXrgls* to II million. Annual minimum student' allowance reserve
lature the day after h* was elected The Crescent predlrted, to be banked and annual minimum student wash allowance
several weeks ago that Bryant would not wait until the GCS Landmark To Be Razed are PUt al 'dOGDOG earh.Th. .
inauguration of Governor Burn to fill the vacancy on the Uradford County proponent of Ut" piA14 they
Commission. had the full approval of all Bradford County .I'lf organl.
f Bandrldge.-a native of Charlottesvtlle, Va, was. Iucited By The New Present OwnersThe gallon with the single exception of th member of the
.y at North Carolina State Co et.. In 1141 a* a Navy officer, County Medical Association }
h* was assigned to the baa at Green Cove and met Dorothy old St. Elmo: Hotel! one of Ore** Owes landmark, Tit enabling. act which "dnlara thai nothing In this
Jennings, the younger oauchter of Bryan Jennlntt, and win be rued. In the near future according' &to R 1) Walker, art authorise* .....'.1) control) of admlnlsUstloa of educa
granddaughter of the law Governor William 8 Jennings. of Orsnge Psrk. and Paul II. Braeler, of Oreen Cove, who lion or of curriculum" U designed" to "eliminate& ,the paradox
vrsv They were married two years later, He baa served as manager agred' to purchase the property UU ."11. 01 poverty In the mldt of plenty .la this nation by opening
red .r of Ban Irbrydo lumber CO., since ate eteblUhment The hug fame building, given to the County Board to everyone opportunlli for education, .irslnlnwork and
In 1'4' of Fublie Instruction In lltl by Paul ftelnhold who own a life of decency and digalty }

controlllna- Interest" In J'omDoIalrlH. Inc. was used MU Cnrollee of UM center would be provided with living alluvitMw -
and maintenance. "Upon termination 01 nroll-
Local Governments To merit each fnrollMi chill receive a readjustment allowance
.amounting& nut mon than IM pre month for each monthof

aallafMtory participation In saw Corp However, under
Get More Than
$50,000The circumstance dvUrmlned by the Director up to IM of the
IM may be pall' directly &to a member ef his . family
County and JU lour qualified munlclpaJION! are A during the period O! smlre In the corps . .*
chdoJed te rules more than IM.OOO this month from the 5I

With this behind b>m, the *earch for Civil War stele and federal govenuncnU.Jt .
battlrgranutfls tot ..." .,. The alta of l UM Battle of check for IM. OO ta been mated U the County a* Christian
Magnolia, where YankM troops were routed Is sun) unknown H* share el the Ont payment of the rare track fund 10f'&be Science Thanksgiving Service ,

though a variety of rutty tin cans, barbed wire current fiscal period. according to Slate. CnnptroOrr Th Christian: crone. ftirtety. af Green Cot win hold
and Model T tamper came out of the ...I't'h. Bay K. Otw sperlal ....,...* at Ite church al Mgm4U and Mawton. ) I
Green Corn Mayer Marl,. Harris provided a clue to The County's tour qualified& munldpaUtle will get dose ", ... al II .'.suk an Thsnssctvtng Par Via!..... wtt 1
M.M0 from
.. .. anxber battle which: pay or may not see. taken place. fog .i.* Rkcna/d September B. KeaUac.cicarrtte director lag af UM eollwtioM It... Damage aeror*. M ...la.... 'I'M'd.n' test '. |h* rfay I Ie fraafc ...... ,, I
After 11 -Ad lha ...
fleeing from Magnolia the Voice troops are I1evL : af th* world shall remember,and, VMM <
rrputed to hare retired to Middletourr. Mayor Harrt said Of the total aUtewhfc dteburaemrat of unto Ute Lend* and ail Ih* kindred of lh* pulses aged.
then WM a apt at Oum Ford. Own Ford ... apparently more than Ill k.for Ttwe
I million, the aty of Orwn Cvv wtQ
metv* MJ7IM,
euuterfeere between Penney ram and MJddkburg. It
Orange Part wffl gat Mann; Kryttont IUMM$ and
exact location remain a mystery and U Joe Rualky, of ruvtry Pane 14311 ; ., ; :
IMdVworg. la carrert. awn wa no oath tatde.
The Qty of Miami win get mare tha M per eat af Burlington Annouces 7
Ot* total dMrftaJUa*. !

A atcOi .tt ck to the ..... af pill has ba laid
I to the Oaucty a* a final toatoltow on the U S hox>..alewwtmctkM New Research !

1y 4. graM toward fcwldlng the new llll..O* COMty One Cet l IuNut let! ect. .: from IN1 ItnUllta. ...
yleeJOi Center. The federal. real ....w Wl** tatrttwted Mrvhad' fry lUtakald fraw UW Prepay Ovlnn Carp In ...nel.n lndawrl1sw., wW fcmM.. i larga new j
wader prwrtalona. ./ the Han Bowe progreM. till tetUl .*..".. Rater. Met OraaAof. aa.-.. r.
1 BuM to Uw Vg a* a aiwiiwu ravel ...... Ih _. I'. ..,..w.na. M niwunted,
Bow sues, tor many year a eemCer af tee. ..tal.'* af th* Mrer sate Ih. madam ,.*....". rvprnentingf a total
Jim Booth Voted ."..... .f .
are Mr Car
BardM ffattMlt aptmttmatety W
Outstanding *
PlayerA ) reaMttaer* Uut M a thlld sue wOl) b* Halt .n
Urn wore "rwe..l.na. bawpaHa and tafl*" Ignite fw th> e all M' dii s Sew' ,talcs west .1 OrWtslon. ftfJftllll "
gage la aUnwrvOW. 0.. Mot tl$ aunt Gordon rtettari wed. semis to Oran Ov. rnm MaayWaAwr neethern .a Intentate Hiehweye" ewe Iht lntr**.Uin .Itl
MUHar jbadaaay tut* ..*.4'e.. Juan Boot af Oraa*. ....... MHva-Ovilfor4 MatlMi. ...... -

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freataaa tart *a taR F.. UOM wore reveal** at kmchaon
a bale mar* than lljot. slays anarUn *aon.Jrd .
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a'e! ,wren ateyvr to UM rawtrt Carversriy af Mfca? ** iris. wark wa itted by Myer Ie *
I w? a wa Uw lUtaJwM lat,.*4. indicate. a prime reason far $urll ig1o.'i1 "
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to SUM toataaa CwTtos.Baatn SulMfatMly UM aveaaily wa* .......... at ....... and the ton..nl,.w... ... 4Vvlepm .. better. teatlto for. .
falv rkto WM Htmtntam far Marf .hew Urn*,* a* t "
corn Mlase SrtMl Baafd mmlaOen u4. -MlenUft <
was thai .M art lie mid *4 hue anal Whadoil.a3" .
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a Qatar ATM UM FiarMa MBHary A* 4 *jiy b fldM .. Ma4t. IM af Iki .ew *"tr.l 1Ofto w* wUJ b* fe.
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lard wtO iwa"
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played" a* pw+f. aa aaisrtamai af Mat* ball ..*... .. fna n* 15* toaUftf atsal aMt .t j ...
at good tor *%M yard* and *4 M awisHsWtog. K* af el iMtAraf ftetave on sad tb Owuard Ownty Board \'
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btortmt far to* ttaauaUea.KM It" UM .. ...... lr*... .UMtr htt"vet sad m/.laoa" .
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Mead q to UM peW yr W Ifaaa .
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< ( i (Eounf!: n Crescent!:

fflouutg (Etesceut otlildttr Good In Crises? Election By DefaultIn

by DUNCAN GRONERI By the County's voting last week a total of .488 persons
Thy Kingdom Come The Ber. Dr. George Dewari persons had something to say on the Presidential outcome

: played" hockey two days last week and< literally dug must go on. Fire or no fire Dropping down the list to the Legislative race between
Into the history of the county. children must scrub their teeth I Louis L. Huntley and Harold Hill those who evidenced an

State Senator Charley E. Johna on Monday led a group Because source material on Clay County's history is Fortunately tornadoes, earthquakes Interest In the contest numbered 5,841#; which is 847 less
of Bradford County business and civic leaders in an appealto !largely non-existent and because hearsay, handed down and national elections than those who turned the key in the Johnson-Ooldwater

the Clay County Board of Commissioner1 to endorse the from one generation to another Is frequently misleading do not put an end to all the race.
plan to put a JOb Corps Vocational Training Center Into it Is sometimes like looking for a needle In a haystack But small, dally habitual things But there followed a lone list of unopposed candidates
and the most popular of these was Congressman D
the State-owned Camp Blending reservation.The It was wonderful fun. f that must be done. Any crisis R
Clay County Commission voiced a Justifiable con Matthews who polled 3,781 votes close to 60 per cent,
My archeological kick started from which the small and ordinary
( on Wednesday when :I
income As noted in the news columns of this
cern that the nearly three million dollar personal was paper last
wu driving along the road to Pslatka. Having little can begin again is no final
derived from such center would go substantially, into week, no less than twelve unopposed candidates "lost" the
stomach for my own company I am likely to pick hitchhikers catastrophe. Are we good
Bradford County tills and that Clay County would be left up election In that more voters abstained from voting for them
they don't look as If they would do me in. Jack In a crisis?
with something like 364 additional children to educate,. Bell than those who took the trouble to pull the key This no-
wu there on the roadside with his thumb who
suspended There are people accept
This Ie a valid concern. and :I picked him vote protest reached its climax In the unopposed candidacy
difficulties challenge.
The proposed training center is to be integrated on the I as a of James Norton for judge of Small Claims where 2,662
In his suitcase, he told me, he had no firearms.
Hi did don't like crises", said a famous
basis of a ratio commensurate with the ratio of white to however have pulled the lever and 3,826 ignored it. In short Norton lost
a sonar Instrument which he loves to wave statesman. "But Z like the
colored within the 250-mile periphery from which enrollees 59 per cent of the vote; less even than President Johnson's
across the terrain and
pick up signals of burled metal. I told opportunities they provide."
will be enlisted. This Is a moral and social question to him &6.
Clay had
County plenty of it and persuded him to
which we and our leaders must sooner er later face up. give it a fling. DR. GEORGE P, HOWARD Recall Emerson's great The lesson here is clear, we believe. It is that the voters
about "men who rise
As to the first concern The Crescent feels there is The result want a choice.
was a fascinating game of hide-and-seek
nothing to be lost in adding to the County a $1.8 million with most of the historical evidence in the County.J. Friends in England sent me on hearing a threat and to Harold Hill and the tireless workers of the Republican

payroll even if the bulk of it goes to the nearest trading P. Hall Jr, gave us permission to work over Port a copy of the London Tlmei" whom crisis comes "graceful and party have done a first rate job in promoting the idea ofa
Starke. As to the of the childrenof beloved as a bride. We are allen of government. Certainly it should
center, cost educating St. Francis de Pupa, established by the Spanish during the and u I browsed through it two-party system be
'388 staffers, there is no reason to suppose the United Seminole War to guard the (Spanish) ferry that operated Z ran across an advertiser who the Christian front with a obvious to the Democratic leadership in the County that
States Oovernment will not implement this Influx with between what Is now Bayard and Plccolata across the St. said among other things that fight to make a task to do. some of their candidates are not getting a real mandate
"impact funds" u it. has done with other federal employes. Johns River The ancient earthwork have he was "good in crises. That There is a Christian way of from the people whom they will rt'pl'ebent.
already been
To turn down the proposal on the bails of the hazard of looking at every problem, of
well worked advertisement stirred in me a .
over by University of Florida archeologists . difficulty of 11111111111111111111111111111111111111 I H-W*
388 new students entering the County scchools Is to takeno and droves of Boy BcouU. The former took most of what feeling of admiration, envy and meeting every
chance at the future. The probability is that the l hulk the Spanish and Indians left and the latter left dozens of despair. Despair because I felt facing every crisis f NEW ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
of the staff families will reside in the Starke area and false Z could not claim much The Bible Is full of crises. ,
leads. In fact so so
we pulled up enough caches of
that their off-spring will enroll in Starke schools.As bean cans, Coke bottles and the other trappings of empty a Boy confidently; admiration and The early Christians were :f PROCESS NOW BEING USED ATt
to the second question: the matter of integration, Scout camping trip to go In the scrap tin business. envy of this man who clearly adept at producing creative '

we have to face the realities of 1964 . November, 1064. Jack was back and forth across the entire terrain surrounding must have proved in many an crises. The representatives of :j
Barry Goldwater is a fallen Idol. The Civil Rights Bill is the fort and all of a sudden the dial would Indicate awkward corner that he could big business in Ephesus complained : 59 '

a fact that cannot be swept under the rug. The esteemed burled treasure and it would begin( to hum. Jack's eyes always be relied upon to raise : "These men who have : ,
'conservative Bradford County Telegraph last week had would gleam and the spade would come out. to the occasion. turned the world upside down ;

.'f this to say on the matter editorially: "What do you think It is, Jack?" was the usual question What crises had this hero have come here also." Listen ;
"A pel'fentallhot a majority, we are told -of Job when he reached a depth of about two feet. met that left him unscathed to Isaiah: "In the year that :

Corps members would be non-white It Is time to face this "Horse," he would reply, "If knew :Ileu I wouldn't< Some battlefield, or football King Uzzfah died . ." Uzzlah LYELEANERSIJ),1
Issue Muarely and decide once and for all whether we are be digging so hard game or some tivlng-room In had been a righteous and for- :
to build an,economic wall around our community In an *f- tunate monarch, and his long :
Tin cans barbed wire Aluminum foil . almost any uproar with scattered toys and i ( )
fort to preserve cuiloms and traditions of the paat, or are thing rnetallc and valueless would come out. howling children Do you see and happy reign was followedby --- -- .- --

to to forward with the mainstream of V S. prolretll."We And yet the search of the fort yielded a motley conglomeration In each case a lonely I upright disaster But see how Isaiah
tot, are opposed to integration and tellers that through the crisis kept hold of
of Indian beads two fine arrow heads and a crude figure calmly facing it all LITTLE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
our Nation would have been far belter off IrI/ bad eon"r iron hoop as big around as a child's head It Is almost rallying the yielding troops the hand of Ood: "In the year
tlnutd to punue Us traditional course of "separate but certainly Spanish However of when security and prosperity
some my friends at Oalncsvllle stiffening the tired players or, .
equal" facilities for the races. But now that we hart It, will tell me In time just how old it is If "he" happened to be a ended in Judah and trouble '

are we forever to turn our backs en any new Infantry or Having completed the fort ws headed for Magnolia mother, restoring quiet In the and turmoil came In THAT
Institution that comes our way breams It might have a where Confederate troops routed a Union garrison a hun. noisy nursery year when disaster fell upon

quota of non-white employees or enrollees Our young dred years ago last week, But where had the battle been Every one of has the nation and the world. I Helm
men are now serving In Integrated units or the armed fought the sonar Instrument showed no signs even of through a crisis or us two Borne gone said, HERE AM Z, BEND ME."

forces. Ever since Camp Blandlng was deactivated some burled bean cans in all the likely places. Warner Simons can remember with gratitude Are you good In a erlall'CIIVR811
tO years ago, we hive been trying at every opportunity to the manager of the Magnolia apartments, volunteered that and relief that
have It reactivated and put to uw by some branch of the there were some earthworks across the road which were from these events they without emerged two Funeral Home

service These, too, would be Integrated. Are we now to rumored to have been the battleground. Dut then he said, deep disgrace They did NOTICE 1
abandon all efforts to obtain a military establishment at he had also heard It was an old golf course. The latter win medals or pats on the back, CMRI8TIAV SCIENCE CHARLES IIKI.M[
Camp" BlandlngT U', a poor rule that won't work both speculation appears to have been the correct one. but at least they did not panic SOCIETY

ways Then someone said the Yankees had been ambushed at entirely I know ('or. F.. Iloniton St. 1' Funeral Director
From an historical point of view It should be remem- the first creek going out on the peninsular Mud swamp who when the neighbor's one woman house N. Magnolia Ave

her that the South Southerners and Southern attitudes sand, and the ha.lirds of God alone knows how many nt- burned down and GREEN COVE SPRINGS l ( t '
a ruled America from Its very beginnings in the Seventeenth tiers and coral snakes produced nothing, everythingwas FLORIDA t o Phone( 284-9COG
century until the South was put on the defensive . on At about that time Marlin Harris came along and lost felt that she must do .
was something, So she went off snd Subject GREEN COVE FLORIDA
the dubious question of slavery In something like 18 O.
flagged down.
Had he
ever heard No, said he but he
bought November 15, 19.4
brushes for the IIWY. II EAST P. O. BOX III
It Is of no matter that the vast majority of the slaves had been told as a child about the battle of Gum Ford
brought to this country were captured In Africa by Yankee between Penney Farms and Mlddleburg I quits literally children. She felt that life MORTALS AND IMMORTALS .

Slavs traders and delivered to our shores by these same tiptoed through two different bogs. Nothing.Joe .

Ysnkees. It Is of no matter. that the slave trade droppedto Huntley In Mlddleburg said there'd never been a

non-profit-making levels and that then and only then battle at Gum Ford. There had, he said been,one down by
did the Yankee psalm-singers begin their tirades against Black Creek, behind the home of Alice Bardin Muter So
the unholy business of human bondage The point Is the her house was the next atop. Her back yard< produced a ILflllllML.J[

South had no answer On the question of equal and civil badly corroded sliver knife, roughly a carload of tin cans
(rights as between whites and Negroes, the South has remained and a memorable chat with a grand old lady whose scrap-

on the defensive for mora than one hundred year, book will be the subject of future articles on Clay County, You Can BANK
hemming and hawing at Yankee charges of servitude It
does not' matter than New York has no more Integrationthan .

most Southern states. What matters Is the business .
of complying with the law and then If ws choose, sitting NEW AND
back and telling the Yankees to clean their own house, "

Legal Integration is here, and It's here to stay Those USED CARS On Our
who break the law will answer to the Yankees who made

hugs fortunes trading African Negroes. Van NESS .. .
The County must move forward and aasume Its rightful BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. ,
place in the councils of the nation, It nil! never do so If Greta Cave
It must spend 1U Urns explaining Its illegal acts Its prejudices A -
i Better Deal I. Made Taa Ness WM tab ill _
and the superiority of IU Anilo-Buxon" origins. Adolf - Safe Deposit

HIUer tried It on the basis of Aryan superiority, --- STOP IX- r
< There is no law that says wi must Invite anyone wi r

don't like, for whatever reason to dinner or to acclaim the SEE AND DRIVE THE '65 r ,, ,
marriage of our children to whomever ws dislike. We art !!

free to choose our associates and friends.If .

we are to move ahead ws an not free to break the rbsns a Boxes.
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.law It ws are to progress, ws are not free and ws should .
not be to hold back the growth of the area. Let us forget ts Jai Ill-IMS OCR

what our fathers and mothers felt (felt, not thought)) r
let us move Into the circumstance of our era; neither explaining . II
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our failures nor Imploring our enemies to under I"I
sUnd. let us be what ws prof*** More one God.

The Crescent heartily endorses the Bradford County CHOP .
program. It will help us to grow Ufa grow, Clay County I ",( J :j'
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Sandridge For Commission HEATING M.' .

If Governor Farrls Bryant U bent on filling the va. BILLS Sinclair i* \ "

cane? on the County CommI lion created by the resignation ., It U not expensive to PLAY R.U.ith a 8AFB DKPOSIT: : .
e of BUt Representative Louis U Huntley, we loser '
he could do no better than to name Gordon Bandrtdge. level out your heating costs even In the peak wtnUr HOX at the Hank of preen Cole Spring If this is one of the things* -I, '

Mr Bandridge first came to Clay County ss a young months. Change now .to Sinclair's Monthly Payment plan rou\., bt't'n moaning to do, why not come in and ace us -
4 Navy officer and subsequently served nearly two years on that lets you spread payments over an easy, eonmwnt

combat duty In the South Pacific. He has for nearly a period. No Interest or carrying' chargte.SINCLAIR KRXT A 8AFR DEFOSIT BOX rOD.U'II-
decade managed the Ban Lebrydo Lumber Co., In Middle* HEATING OIL with ROUgH corroaien Inhibitor
burr. f' ) helps you cut down heating bills because It fights rust

As an alumnus of North Carolina mate College he has and corrosion, gives you more heat, cleaner beat per .\ FCLGSERvIcIIAN'K: : IX3KS) MOIL FOR YOU
*4 educational background for the job. As the manager of dollar

itucoeeaful' business he baa the builneas riperience. And BUHNER SKRVK"III'EClAUBT8: Our oU burner servicemen ...
\\he husband of one of the County's loveliest .ladies, he are skilled prompt. dependable

has the required number of cousins. 1'KINTKI: ) MKTKIl: : IUI.n'UTJt': : )":T
With Mr, Huntley's re.l nalion from the Board there
la N law a singe eollece-tralned member We think Itki 11AIW DISPATCIIKI. : ) TIU'CK e W.OI" BANK !f GREEN COVE SPRINGS '

!""\t, an outstanding appointment lw D

II loot poi tsar n soap r.s TM ._sair< urnrxniuRO ORAKOK PAJIK- The County's Oldest and Largest Bank


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I Green Cove Socials of Clay County Under her home economics extension pro i Clay County ServicemenColonel I
Margaret Nelson To leadership home demonstrationand gram to fill the requests of

4-H club work have Increased this younger group She has
Dr. Charles M. Hicks, of ger On Sunday Mr. and Mrs in scope and meaning accomplished this through short James B Cheaalnton. ,- son of Orange Park, baa been oj .

Chapel Hill N.C. was the Wiggins entertained Mrs. Bessie Get National Award and she bus expanded her courses workshops, special Interests formerly of Keystone graduated from Aviation Me1

guest of his parents Mr. and Geiger, Mrs. Besle Fisher teaching to reach many young I and mans media, partlc Heights Flu is among U. 8 chanical Fundamental Schoolat
Mrs. E C. Hicks Jr., over and others at luncheon at the I married couples adjusting the4H ularly television Pacific Air Forces (PACAT) I the Naval Air Technical
field, at "Recognition I .. Training Center Memphis
a Exercise
the week-end Qul-Si-Sana. ---- -- - -- - -- ---- personnel now engaged In -
I I Ii Brunch at the Mayflower Hotel I Sky Soldier Tien Blng During the four-week course, ,

next Wednesday morning and Queens VI. a Joint I I' -Republic of he studied mathematics, physics
Mr. and Mrs. James Isley. Mrs. Walter Lee Stripling O.P.Kings I'
when ahe will receive a Distinguished China training maneuver In ana the principles of electricity
their children. Joan and Eddie and her children spent the
'i Service Award This central Formosa H* also received Instruction
left Green Cove on Friday for weekend with her parents,
I'I award ia given In recognition of Colonel in atomic structure
Chesslngton is deputy -
their new home in High Point, Mr. and Mrs A. D Duck while
service and dedicated contribu i chief of start for material I static and dynamic electricity,
M C Mr Isley was transferred Mr. Stripling drove his mother
tlons In' the field of Home permanently assigned to Tackl- magnetic theory and construction
recently to High Point as superintendent Mrs. W. L. Stripling to Montgomery I
Demonstration work at the kawa AD Japan where his of aircraft batteries.
of the Burling Ala I
local and state level and is one I unit Is part of the PACAP
ton plant there tea
I I of the highest honors that can alrpower standing guard for Willie P Plummer. aviation
Mr. and Mrs Joe Martin I come to an agent the U S and 1U allies In the structural mechanic third class,

Mr and Mrs. C. F Trapnell I spent the weekend In ColllnaOa I ) Each year, two agents are Pacific and Far Eat USN, Ron of Mr and Mrs. .

of Jacksonville were recent I ., visiting their friends and i picked from the state of Flor- The Colonel holds D A. and Plummer of Oreen Cove, baa

visitor of Mrs L. C Fisher Sr, relatives ida. These agents, in order to b + MBA degrees and 1s a membar I returned to WAS, Cecil Field

and Mr. and Mrs. 1. C Fisher.1 receive the national award, 1 of Phi Beta Kappa, nil after participating in "()pera-

Jr. I Mrs. T. J. Jennings, Sr. has must be approved by the executive I wife la the former Frances tlon Sea Orbit" aboard the nu

returned to her home after board of the National Stone C'I clear-powered aircraft carrier
Mr and Mrs James White visiting relatives. *
Association Mrs. Ethel W usa ENTERPRISE! As a mem
returned last week from a vacation Mrs Margaret R Nelson, Hanson Home Demostratlon Marine Private Robert H her of Detachment 65 Light

in Virginia and North Miss Clara Ingalls of Sheldon Clay County home demonstration Agent of Manatee County will Turner, lIOn of Mr. and Mrs Photographic Squadron SIX

Carolina where they visited Illinois, returned home on' agent will leave on Sat also receive this award Lewis Turner of Green Is attending TY-TWO, he boarded the En-

friends and relatives. Saturday after spending a few urday to attend the convention Mrs Nelson has about fifteen Marine Mechanical terprlM In July 19(4. and in

days with her cousin, Mrs of the National Home years of service as a home Fundamentals 'chool at the three" months saw ports in the
Mn. W L. Stripling left on Ruth Richards Demonstration Agents' Association demonstration agent, She was Naval Air Technical Training Mediterranean; Karachi, Pakistan .
Saturday to spend the winter Center, Jacksonville I \ Sydney. Australia; and
in Washington, D C, transferred to Clay County in ;
with her sister, Mrs O C. Mrs. N. D. Yant and her
Rio de Janeiro
Mrs. Nelson will be honored, 1(58 from Hernando County
Ward at 2133 Felders" Terrace sons Scott and Mark, returnedlast Winner .t the Kings and Queen Title at the Orani Marine Private Stanley Foy,
along with other leaders in her She haa successfully developed
Montkomery;\ Ala. week from Clairton Pas meet the needs of the women I a home economics program to Park Elementary: School Carnival lIOn of Mr and Mrs AndersonFoy I Specialist Five Waltbnj Z

where they were called due to - - -- of Oreen Cove, Is attendIng Turner son of Mrs ClyUle
Mr and Mrs O E Wiggins the death of Mrs. Yant uncle. Marine Mechanical Fund Turner, of Oreen (Cove com
of Dean Baker and Mrs. KarlTucker Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dark announce > '
Keystone Heights spent the district mentals School .t the Naval pissed a le! -week dental laboratory
attended a the arrival of a daughter
weekend aa the guests of MrsWiggins' Mrs Ralph Milberiter. Mrs Air Technical Training Center procedures advanced
meeting in Crescent: City on Teresa Lynn at Riverside'
sister, Mrs. Belle Gel- Paralee Stauffer Miss Bonnie Jacksonville courne at the Brooke at the
Monday of the North Florida Hospital Jacksonville. on Nov
Presbyterla I. Mrs Clark Is the former I Brooke Army Medical Center,
Norman W Ohlaon Jr., anr !Fort Sam Houston, Tex Nor
Wllda Dan HatcherDANCE
Cotney Tire Service '-1 Club Mr and Mrs. Norman W. Ohl <. He attended Clay High

nlllal'p..ntl'.*, tBN, IOn of School,.

Park /King- Jacksonville \ ,t

Lets News
Phony: EV 1-IOtT .r EV 4..lll

TIRECor. I / Dr. R. Timothy Carter -..

T. The Mule Of O M. Oweo, Jr Sandra R. llamm_k
UaUat Clay ('..nly EilenaUn Agent

During the past several weeks Contest, and the Showmanship EYES EXAMINED: CONTACT LENSES
REPAIRING .-11 activities within the realm contest giving her a clean

with of special 4.H events have sweep In livestock' honors New Brown Building '
From the smallest to the LARGEST!
taken place The* are events Edwin Baker, Carroll young lilt Highway II Orange Park ,... "
Dutrilnitor Miller( Tire Autolko Batferies KEN FULLER OF WAPE designed to give the 4 Her additional brother, abo put forth a fine '
opportunities In the effort In the show, His steer OFFICE: 1101 mIM
: .In//: Monday thrt FrUiy. ':" .111"/ .Saturday
area of leadership and personal placed third In the steer show,
andlaOR.Xot Saturday Nov. 14 development and Edwin took second place Evenings .r A,r.lnlm.nl

Congratulations to Patricia honors In the showmanship TIt'n"' IMllllI'N'DKU

PARK Well for winning In her caU- contest
VIA Womnii'n Cluli (Jiwii Co\t. 1'i1'1111J1CAelml" '
| | The Clay County 4-11 club
gory at the recent Dress Revueat
Sinclair Station maul! Rl'n.irt.us
the Greater. Jacksonville program la very proud of the _.
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U. 8. Highway 11 Phone 144-1411 lilt Uta Dance? Fair., Pat former president of fine representation made bytheae
the Clay County ..11 Council youngstersAIX. .

modeled a skirt blow and I I-AISlES ;:.;'A.- : XUW: MAIKMHNH( ; (
t teat outfit The ensemble was ,
md from brown and yellow CIIRinMAH IUMARBIT ..

plaid abbey flannel. Bh car : run SAT NOV. 11 'I'IS I
A Christmas lUaaar will\ beheld
tied a clutch pun mad from .
T. .
the aame material *y Uw Ladle AuiiUary of Hospital
Ai the Fleet llrve Aaaoctatlon
Also! modeling In the Chow
on Saturday morning Nov, 14
were Nancy Novak, with a turquoit r\lr innki A inrl/ll.
beginning at I o'clock near the : <' till nil "
and black suit Marsha
Attend Jones with a lavender wool Clay Theatre on Walnut Street. 111.1! NTKUKO: : ItADIO) ( .
This U being held to r.1aemo"
suit Ann LofUn In a rod and
i for the annual ChrUl. 1
blue plaid cotton wit, and
mae Party for n_ty children I'luuin (OolltttCM (
Carol Spearman In a two piece
pink cotton drea All of then and there will be many handmade <(< ( $-I''n!> '
article' I ideal for Chrl't>
girl are members of the Modern
CHURCH SERVICES i ma sifts. ro. iui inOrsai
Mia 4 II Club of OrrrnCove - - - n _. Path JIM WM4

Bprtmi ir lot clv MMtM TNI* ......" betel. Steed Melt lUagaKTBMMM

Top trophy winner at thelivestock 'tuo.nW.1111r. nasa'N.'as,n ....rit., (elf hey 11') . .
ahow of It... Orvaterlarkaonvllle steal ,. ,n_ tni 11. MMturmoil

Fair were. also __ :. %r ntiiTi ._ -- -- --- -- -
Clay County 4 Her*. OUnlyan.

At Jr of Doctor Inlet n.
ilb4td the Grand ClwamptonIerrfor4 I

Cow oWn also! placed

third In the Grooming an4 nt

The Church of Your Choice line Carroll ContMt IU er. of Lake O.nva. ..

( showed the Otttnd Chm I low lung have\ you waited for your new Buick?

pion Hrrr. Carroll also won
'Ibo lontf.
1M Grooming and Filling
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If you/ have an order in, your Buick's on its ways .

" This Sunday If )'oulu1\'cn't, better hurr)'.

f .\1 -, Choose your color,

choose your model

rr"1}. .- ,, Convertible? Coupe? .

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r : .... .. Order yours) aoon.We might have your favorite.

.. right here, right: now.

i I' I lurry.'Ib your Buick d ..lcr's.

: :: ; Special.Skylark.. KeSabreAVildcat. ,
: "Did ) that ;*..
you save
.1 t.., Electnl 225. !IU\'icn..
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fa Ths N'M tlN ..,..... u. The'65 Buicksarerollingagain.
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: sponsored by II $e.i 0...,. Wouldn't you really rather I have a Buick?

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ea..r.It I_,.- -..> 430 Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, ::Fla.

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FOn. CEtalfmountu1llfcsctut( THURSDAY, NOVEMBER- l9. .,'saes I
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-- --- school two churches, three :-", ':. : ./ '
that "Mlddleburr. Has:: A good PYthiaa and i., r .\'
Search For BattlegroundsContinued (p t A.M., Knights
PAY OFF YOUR BILLS Woodmen secret of the World), five stores, one blacksmith stills shop one
( from Page One) saw mill, one cotton gin, two turpentine
one shop one newspaper ,
Repair Your Home Roof Addition, Aluminum led to the home of Mr, and Mrs Charlton Clark whose pressing dub, one shoe school shoP,of one music barber a public library. ahome
Siding, Roofing, eta Consolidate Your Debts home on Black Creek Is the site of Oarejri Ferrr, operated a physician,boats a to JacksOnville, one boat to Green r vw .
bakery, three
during the Civil War, streets a Junior
Into One Small Monthly Payment. cove Springs, water piped through the note: What must I
Free Estimate < Thorn Collect J56-036J high school, a Ihorthand school (IEdltor'Middleburlln thosedays
s. the demand for secretaries have been In I
e r welts, food roads
mill food
') grist
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JACK CO. navigable waters to the I
and Iota of flowers: good of I
US W 18th SU Jax. FIs.mi and wel1 soon have a railroad,," Editor Swelwyn and Fr15bee.manager Jr (
v. the piper wu J. T. Lewis Young of
hunter no
shown above with his father, II a treasure h
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From there the track led to Gordon Banridge and a kl<
from him to Claude Thorns, Mr. Thomas believes there thEC
may have been a Civil War skirmish on the knoll In frontof 4 )
his home, set on the site of the old Budington home. iYl + fo
The only thing,found there was the old Budington cemeterr po
PHONE which goes back to the 1830 a. Here 1s the headstone of gaO
Dr Samuel Wllaon who died, aged 30, In 183J Nearby U ., .S
the grave of Marianne Collins Olmsted, wife of Woodridge than
Olmstead and eldest daughter of Simeon Collins, of West
284 -5681 In treasure hunting
field. Mass, She died on Christmas Day, 1138, aged 22, One of "Buddy" Frlsbees comrades 10
David Albrttton son of Mr. and Mrs I
The home of Herbert Masters, reputed to be one'of the U 12-year-old th
two oldest houses still standing In Middleburg. 1s said to Cleveland Allbrltton, who displays the collection of milllatl1'buttona i
J. Fuel Service be the site of an ancient fort or stockade It produced together with the trigger housing of an ancient thm
Q. out of the dust" in hiswandering I I
nothing more than a large collection of tin cans and musket which he up Bank at
tthrough the fields of Middleburg
a great deal of hospitality. I
tOl N. Orange Ave, Green Cove Springs! Jack digs another dry well supervised by a group of I ImneinaArranerd ;.
for your Middleburg' young historians They are 1 I. to r.: David Albrltton lit
; Buddy Frisbee, Richard Studstlll and Stephen hi''
I'TUL; OIL s + ; Barthlow.
0 110,111.] aI'LIVERY')}: 1 Low Interest Itlb

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SINCLAIR HEATINQ OIL with HD.11BR( ) corrosion Inhlbltor .
ilt Home Deliverj' b
helps you out down heating bills because It flghta .J
rust and corrosion, gives you more heat, cleaner heat per Ullatil It KiTvico vniltt1e) IIII
dollar, Phone 2S4.!92;W; i # E'SE :mE> MwIPI NTlua tlIt IIq'

BURNER SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner servicemen Orange Ave and Cove St. GREEN COVE Itp'
are skilled prompt, dependable I '
We Olveabalth
!1II11Il1IUlII11IIlnmmlllDllllllllUllIIUIUWIIII1IImMlCDllll lmuaunmll1lllUll1l1llll1l1lll! ll11UlIIUlftlllllll1llD1lUlIUII1John's : Two bottle and|jar shelve.2 Full width 27 qt. Crisp'''
JESS Ql'IQLKYJIM : Ib butter and chetse keep. Tight seelMg. u,> open !.
PLAID era, space for 24 eggs In re- magnsticdoorl I Ifrlierltor
Radio & P
STAMPS HTOJ))}>AUn Pantry Door"l) penny pnch| r" sealed on a
Fresher fruits,vegetable! steel Power Unit! s:
Next esll: the home of Belvyn Frisbee who displays RCA MOTOROLA ZKN'sTH):

ways.Campy a musket made In Philadelphia In 1121 It belonged to AMA A ( l.tl't'LI.1N1SErperienePd : ): ADMIH VI *fa- IIt
his grindfitthrr, FrUbee said aa a child he roamed the t

III I IIIII I III IIIIiT lll I II II II II I III IIIw. fields musketbills around, all MldJlrburg of them used and In picked his slingshot up "canfuli"He! and of lead his Stnicc-e-On All Flakes a I I w wife CLAY COtNTY OVEn IS TTAHS
along with many others In Ulddlcburg, collect
County historical material and among his possessions are - Idlewlld Avenue Green Co eThane !'prln21
lever.lluu.. of "The Clay County Mirror," a weekly news.paper 24 Wt8t Walnut Street Iran Cove Sprints
INITARKET Which began publication In Middleburg on Feb 35, I'lione 284 112. 2JI-6JI1
It IS, The lead story In this tabloid-slsed paper proclaims I''JliIIlJftfhlIUIIIHUIIIHIIIIUllllllIIIIUIIIIII1I1111111111 11I1111! U1III.IIIII1II! .Itlggla6Clll: plgfNalgig
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A Complete 1'ntere As
NEW LOW PRICES Lat As lilt: F.M.FrUay \ .

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BEER OB ALE 616 tea. 99"tlavartan --
Wet, There. a FttNev. (Have you priced a tiger lately?) ,

"IM'- usrze,...It It. II The quick ONS ate curt. The s34!. ass Than!. a rVtK U Mam, hp Wt t fff a. You 31 oct u e..1"> :so hp boa most people.Or 38 hp kke owe TrfiPonfe a :.
.1M sparer c CTCX.bo'ies reroctog Comet complete ..m 3 Jb np Trophy> V4. Bu set seat Hunt f \)t'" 'ter. U.1I eihjusts. Hej"roVitv> w rtrto Redfc e bees. t**"
NEER6ssssLQw 69t> earn tell M'o a red went dUl\ The whdi. peehag.. LI1M leer\ Nanbr.. That .::4hof t geeT A e .'.''edcatHev'f eh.d put a 'sport, hind of CM'.1Nmt41t docent ce''* ."""
par wp iaa, tangs at that ttrlpp.d do re P"Ct. You bik nougat. Youhl ...
Qt lth !.1de-Track llSIS

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Tri-county Fish Folks Children
just --'-. ,

And Seafood School -
Up and down and In and out .: ,:
Race the children round about, \
Professional foods personnel :: Home Economist with the Bureau Screaming creams and banging doom.. :s1\
and Extension foods leaders attended stressed In her demonstration Noisy brats If they're not youth .
a trl-county Seafood that fish is excellent
Sports Editor JOHN GROVER School on Tuesday, Nov 3. baked broiled, poached and Batting bulls crow the wall
School lunch managers, home steamed as well! as fried.
Caring not where tall
J they may- ;
Clay High Beat In I economists, restaurant operators Mias lUvftgasrd mho came Trampling down the lovely flower, ? s
Last and foods leaders from I I from Washington to do a series Little Imps if they're not ours.-' ', '", ,., "
I Clay Putnam and 8t Johns of school throughout Florldn, ;
Counties teamed about produc I I demonstrated using snapper Quarreling about their .game.'"
Quarter 137The tion handling and marketing'', mullet grouper tuna and ) Throwing stones and calling name,
from "The Wonderful World shrimp Just like demons running wild '
of Seafoods" from II P Mef- I The Clay County lame Demonstration Lest it be our precious child. t+
hard-fighting Blue Dev evenly matched until the Bulldogs ford Fish Marketing Specialist ', Office mill\ hold a i
lie of Clay High bowed to the left halfback took a pitch. with the Bureau of Commercial Seafood &hool for the general Taking fruit that Isn't their, 'r, '
Bulldog of Bolles Friday night out and raced 23 yards to the I Fisheries. public Just prior to the Robbing trees of plums and pears .. ," .
- on the Bulldogs turf 137. Devils two; one play later the 1'I i ..Miss Arleen Ha\ iraard. Lenten Season, Little thieves their folks should spank;* '-
, Captain Jon Stump and fullback dove In for the pay ---- But for my boy Just a prank( ,
Tim Geiger won the toss and dirt. The point after touch. Player In the starting lineup ford. James Arjtt, Virgil Mul- '
elected to receive. Jay Ooolsby, down failed and that is the mere: I tins, Lee Dover, Howard West, Strange how ce-dlsturbing seem
way things ended 3.7 In favorof LE. Dob Martin; LT Barry Other children when they .cream,
the "Mr. Everything" for the Ronnie Help Jim McLaughlin
the Bulldogs Oemelll; LO, Fred UnMey; C, And how musical the tone
Devils, received the opening Wayne Denmark David Mercer
I and Although the Devils lost, Rickey Kota, RQ. David Doan; i Of the yelling of our own.
kick-off the Bulldog raced 40. 45 After yards two to there mere also a few bright , ..... RT Joe Crorkett; RE, Johnny I Michael Turner, LAwton w.Mrs. <.
spots for the Devils. Gary v' I Chewer; RII, James Corbln.; Taylor Michael Rodgers Bruce J. R. Dormer
series of
play the Devils
forced to punt; and at were this Looney and Robert Maxwell . .,... .;.w'1 i. FB, Archie Sweat; Ut, Dane I McDade, Kenneth Saunders,
the Campbell; QB; Paul Saund.n.I Jerry Coon
were stand-outs of.
point the biggest break of the fense and Team Captain Terry Stella Falana, l deft), homecoming' princes .f the Green I Other players are: I The team Is coached by Joe -:
game for folios took place. Cove Springs Junior High School and her attendant Nor i
Carlise Conrad Parker, Woody Mul- Elliott.it ''
was the hatchet-man 't
Ooolsby was trapped on the hone Elliott. ,
7 defense. ,
on :
three when receiving! a bad
The Devils will travel this ,
snap from the center; With \ r.. .
10::28 left In the second quarter weekend to Gainesville when [ NEW ODORLESS DRY CLEANING : / ,."
Rebels Sink PiratesThe ,.
I III the Bulldogs drew they are to meet the Blue
blood and .
I 1iIo' ..
Waves of P. K, Young. (
the score stood 70. The remainder PROCESS NOW BEING USED AT 1 : ft.
of the first half was Rebels, who haw had a her attendant. Norlene Elliott
about even; with the Devils winning season, the second In 7th grade, were presented corsage
threatening again but were I j'on two yean, won their homecom by last year' princess, ' L59 luteCLEANERS
halted by a 15 yard penalty ; log game against Fernandlna Kris Hartman. The pilnceu A ,
d and this! Is the way the first BDWLJ1is 25.S. was escorted to the field by . Ali e
half ended. The Rebels kept the lead Paul Saunders and Norlene Elliott ,
The Bulldogs received the Lot throughout the game and were by Jim Corbin. Membersof .
kick-off In the third quarter Klnkflshert 21 7 sparked by the running of the student council who '
& but a strong Devil defense led Jokers . . II 10( halfback Archie Sweat, who participated In the event wen: 1 '
by Terry Callsle,' the "Sam Driver . . . 17 11 scored three touchdowns and Debbie Hammel, president, Dl-
Huff of high school" forced the Untouchable . 16 12: made many long key mm. anne Swanson, vice president;
Bulldog to punt. After the a.BaIIs U 1* The first quarter was the big Patsy Paterson secretary: Danny Don Pool's
ball had exchanged hands Magnolia . . . . 12 18 quarter for the Rebels. They Harper, treasurer: Linda ., / tray . I It
. three times the score stood the Champions I 30( scored two touchdown on long Kenney, chapUln. All homeroom : '
same at the end of the third Professor ' 7 :21 drives; one of the two comingin reentaUves to the mr-mmac com LAUNDRY : ( 5'r Night-1Q.h,, & 11th, RACES J
quarter with the Blue Devils In Mary Everett 201. 4>1 set with only 4,47: minute left, student council and all class 1'alIHt. A I!.**!** Crews OewOM I i'\
posseslon on the Bulldogs seven and Bart Christians 499 led the on a run from six yards out. room president also took part 'Q. ,C* y&t'iM erat
with first and goal to to. Joker 4 to 0 over the Champions the other a three yarder In the homecoming activitieson *> It f.sm tvory Day ,; lteitlt .,t,eit j
With 10.48: showing left in to move Into second Sweat came back oa1lwith the field at the half nuo.B.adta ltubinraDnbl. .... ? ?
1 1I the fourth .... .. ....... .1 .; ,' ,el/ ,
quarter Robert place. The Kingfisher droppedthe another touchdown run from It was early In the third b Gads 114 1 II.. lie .
Maxwell the most Improved Untouchable to fourthby seven yards out and u the half quarter that the Rebels scored huff Bus IN "J'J vJ J ; 1 i cy. ..
player for the Devils scored winning four. Rufus Turk time whistle blew the Rebels their final touchdown of) the EVERYBODY' WIXCOMII . e
i. 'J" .t . ..
a ;
and junior Billy HutcMms ed led all bottlers with a fine were comfortably ahead 190. game. : ".IJrteilhee/
split the up-right for the point Bee set Including a 220 single. At the halftime, the Homecoming During the fourth quartrr.Fernandlna ---- -. .- ..- 7rlJ'1(
after touchdown and the score Doc Turner rolled a 210 single, Princess for Orren Cove came through with ,...." .
stood 77. The remainder of 543 and Al Ivey's 511 were Springs Junior High Scchool, one touchdown of the tame LURE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS Je111 i"r wta .; '' 1+
the fourth quarter was about other good sceores. Stella Fslana, Ith grade, and from 5 yard ont \ ,'.1"" 11111.1
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PAGE'oj' SIX .clJ4:,[ .fi laU QlOUnty! (iCrCSCCnt:' THURSDAY NOVEMBER. my


) MHC & Also their Willson Mr long will and and be APPEAR FULLER' IN-THE GREEN ECHOES COVET I Conservation Fish Fry

to Memorial Home Echoes, from Jackson
Penney Farms will appear at a Dance I awards went U George Owens, assistant county agent, for
The Goodwill the V.I.A Building on Satur adult guidance of junior conservation efforts; Robert E.
here Tuesday, )', night, November 11, at I Hogarth, general manager of Shsdowlawn Farms, for superior .
Reporter! o'clock If you :00 o'clockWAP.E's. conservation; and Walter L. Williams, whose ranch
The Oulf Life Singers of ; enough to have a clear mind tlons. too heavy I Disc Jockey, Ken ls located two miles south of Mtddleburg, for game and
Jacksonville will present their and good eyesight, Shop, please will also appear. Rick fresh water fish conservation. Neither Owens nor Hogarth
annual concert in the Penny I I Johnson Dick Purvis and was able to be present at the ceremonies held at the Forest
1, ,
Memorial Church Monday I The Annual Welcome Tea Griffin play guitars for w ryl' ik Ranger's Tower west of Penney Farms
Nov 16 7:30: oclock. This excellent tor new residents will be held Next Saturday band with Butch Trucks
choral group of fifty In the Lecture Room on Nov In the Quad L< the drums Although the
voices Includes a male chorus 120 at 3 p.m Elected officers of be a Bird Club specializes in Beatle mu
a 'oman's chorus and soloists the MHC Association, with color films will : they have a wide variety
;J The concert will feature the I their wives and husbands, and I "A Nature Walk songs
theme of Thanksgiving Sponsored all persons who joined our How They Swim, The public is Invited Ad.
by the Literary Commit Community since the last Wel. will be charged. **
tee of the MHC Man. Everyone come Tea are guests Rehearsal The preacher .y jr
i& Invited. for presentation and seating Memorial mAW**,
at the reception will immediately worship service GROVE WILL i
Mrs Hornberger has received follow the tea will be the VE TURN ABOUT

a note from Miss Orace Bryant Bock NOV. 22nd John II. Pace, owner and operator of a beef cattle ranch
stating that she might rome Monday, Nov, 23, Reception A moving near Orange Park, was named "Outstanding Conservationist" -
to MHC In November for a for New Members In the Sane. shown In the The Rev A. D Martin, pas last Saturday at the annual flab fry of the Clay Soil
short visit She Is taking care tuary. A delightful program, Wednesday, Nov. : of the Hickory Orove Bap Conservation district. A 'record crowd turned out for the
cf her sister in Flushing, N. opening with an Organ Recital o'clock. Church announces that event which used half a ton of fish. The awards programIs
Y. who in an Invalid using a byy Mrs Ono B, Coons, 7 to will be a "Turn About Is sponsored by the Sears Roebuck Foundation working under
"walker" but who Is fortunate 7;30( o'clock, has been arranged I Mrs Ray E Play Day" at the church the auspices of the Florida Wildlife Federation.
-- - I on her Home Sunday, November 22, at

:, the Sunday : 11:00: clock service when ''W4 Young Greg Padgett, S years old, Is a growing boy lie
I 29 members A HUM, lay preacher, f
.Is shown contemplating his supper lie is a son of Mr.and,
the Campus, 10 Melrose will be the speaker
1 Mrs M. E. Padgett of Middleburf The following firms and
drangle, 0 inl ( this service instead of the
PROCESS NOW BEING USED AT59iIiiw1t : Individuals contributed to make this affair possible Sha-
permanent), and preaching to the lay : at
dowland Farms, Ine.1 1 Mrs. Frank YUUlams; Richardson
Campus. This the layman will
preach Tractor Company) Ring Power Corporation; T, J, Jennings
an offering to the the preacher ?!
( Jr| A. T, Wade; J. P. Hall '* Son, Ine,! Maguire Timber
65 The time and The public U invited to at
Company) Hudson Pulp Paper Company; St. Regis Paper
to this work by .
Company; Rayonler, Inc. Clay OH Corporation; Clay
. CLEANERS appreciated I Ii County Cattlemen's Association; San Lebrydo Lumber Company -
Jennings Artesian Farm Land Company; Cowart
M Sgt Oeo Charles O Cole, Visited Spreader Service; American Agricultural Chemical Company
don, sister of
Coles lilt Friday, The ; 0, t. Murrhee '* Son Reliance Service '* Supply, line I
- -- I erin war given a left home nine months i E. M. (Pete) Brinson; St. Marys Kraft Corporation; Luther
leave after
& and have been to Missouri E. Wilson; George Carlisle
List Your I Germany, because Canada, New England, (Crescent Photos by John Groncr
den death
o down the Atlantic Coast

Clay County PropertyWith I! Relish accident McLendon on their way to Miami I
Green Cove C. F. Holmes, principal of Orange Park High School
/ M. received the award for the lest local education wHhconservstlon -

Frank W Brown has years 0 Set In months the RADIATOR Conservationist teaching, presided program.at Allen the awards U LMtlnger program, County, and Soil the SEE YOU ATEchie's

before retirement. .: 'CLEANING certificate were presented by Bnren Brice, of Bronson,
And Associate Iii assigned to the chairman ef the Florida Board of Forestry.

Registered Real Estate Broker Ill I Force Base to and M

sue UJ. Highway IT Orange Park active service, .r
Phon SI4-UI4 IIIHans. will retire to live REPAIRINGGUARANTEED P I I till ..
x 8* trailer,
lot next to

Jultnaon ii iiPALM I property In Let u& dean IN

Mrs Herbert
leave on Nov 17 and repair. 1

READING I 50th anniversary jour radiator ORA ALE
m-4tti Club In her old
Call for Appointmentllliug I In Cincinnati. now, ,
one of the early c"t
Jill your problems to nu, 1 11'11I0&1 .this organisation : --
t,,, &!, 1'ri'M.nt nn(l Kul u ID I I girls and women VAN NESS
During her ab
All (QUC'IItOIl"III''l'I'.1/ ers cannot be BUICKPONTIAC- .M'lirre The, Ilea! 1'eople Meet -
Corn-illy II I Mrs Ferris ,
I 4)1 Orange Avenue
I Miles South of Pa In Us I Mr and Mrs Green Cove Springs O. J. Murthee. owner of a cattle ranch near Keystone.wss .
I Brown of | Phone 2I4-10SS awarded! the certification for superior forestry. Other
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former SI4-II1S (Jas line)

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source of financing;, always
available, providedby F -
farmers for tartness v yr
. loans low tn (cost tailored
to each Individual
need . and financial I
counseling. These are all ,
apart of the service I

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'acbM.aIe'h& =-eo.r l awar .::.= Tuner and Anpbf,, tr Automatic ChMtger !I Idap.
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NOVEMBER It, mi. (flap! dountjj (Crescent! FACE SEYEW


..."".ct a'i o'rlock' a,m. and 0101 e'tloek pm.:
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LEGAL SOTIt: .' LK4!tl, OTirK .- I I.ROALOTIt K Lot l., niork 4. nLLAIR on the" l th day e< W
I t'NIT ONH. aagerdlnir to platthtriof A n. 1044.ICourt .
rvenrdml In Hat Hook Meal)
UYER'S GUIDE AND FVM" CLAP VAJc.Mt. IIUAKI ,'F CtH'NTYClIMMItMUDMCKII Nolle la hvraby when. (hat.nuravant niiMIr rmadl of Clay County, of. CtfOHIt Owr
>U>niUA IN CHAl! CI9H\. OF CLAY to a Klnal" Ivrr of Klorl.U' fly Vl.,lan H. 'ohm.I
CAMS NO. l4 I ''OUNTFLuIUA.' upon motion Vnrwlnaur ..nl..r.rt In cease at public 5510. , to tits hlfhml >.pMt,, Clerk UCBWALBBAtlornrva
THE FHANKLIN SAVISOJ mad and duly aorundvdnd numl BANK IN THE ('ITOF onrritd, adunlrd the follow- Onurt of Clay County Florid North Front Door of the. Clay I II I at tW" .
NEW \OKK. oorBoratton, Inc rnnulullun.' lo-.tlIIKItlCAH I will aril the properly altuald ruunl'nurlhousa I In ( n all. HM-n.it .tlonal Bask BMfJark.nnvlll :
PlalntlftT: I \\' : : a rrmilutlon ..... in__('is v C'ounlFlortda.. da- Hnrlnni., Florida I h.Iw5on t II111 I I. Flor''"' lI.al
Ikiard al It. mtvtnot
mad. by Ihla
AIR COKDITIOKDJO BEVERAGES 'REAL ESTATE ELLA MAT auTrFINU. an un- Ina ...n'hi Ulh day of 'h'liba. .
I married woman. n.. to ,'ondurl a I".bll hoar- \
fndanta. t. drlarnluia w hrlher .r
MILBERGER[ i KOTUH OK .n... ortain road or au..,. In.
PAUL'SAll TWIN REALTY THE HTATK UF FU>KII>A Clnv County, FlorlU should .bcluavd. <
TO: ELLA MAT UHlKKI.Xd. an abandond and. "a .1. See
unmarrld woman and \\ It I'ltIlA" a not,< uf paid
1EFRIGERATION //t7a T. XcthRealtor 14 Ilk Avtnu honrlna. **. ""bll.h.... in th*
Legal Beverages I'a......, N.w J.rar "'lav 'ounl' l'r..t adllslns
TOO AHR HKItKUY NOTIFIED thv >*u4>ll<' thai' pall Marina
Open I A. M. U 1 A. M. hold th. Sib ila "(
thai a cult has tn tiled acnlnatrow I would l> n >
SERVICE In tho shove' cam and you N>Mml>rr, ,':. at 1 CC u.l.wkA
Ducal County Un ar* raitlrd to VIe your anawor I .:M" and the h.-arln.r. havlna
North of & RENTAL & SALES with th* Clerk of thla Court and kern runtludiHl, this Ikmrdflnda Motors
I C.UHII '.&.a-i HofHawralliI '. Grant Park to sir". a ropy ih.rii( lapin the lhal .l.mltm. lha nir-... Spring
I .. Hnllnar avr l* ft ACREAGE LOTSResidential Plaintiff rr It. atlornria Mahonv > or ruada' d< i. rlhd hrrvmattuwill
.. .ll IntrrfunIth '
Palmetto Street Xadlow Chambers and not nt rl >
JlS. Adams lUrnolt National HankUullitinv. .' th. count road' *y.t.m of
( Phone ZSC-"" BOATS Jarkaonvlll I. Florida' Clav Ciiunly KlorKIa' soil that
Mom Commercial I not |later than iHirrmbar T, l*<'. ....H nillun mill not d.".Iv. any
IIslntll Phone J84-J3S1 Industrial If you fall an to dn, a I'*cr.. I To i>ron of In.'.* or raroa to
I'onfr.ao will bta vnlvrvd a.aln>t hIs nmnltwa. and that the hv.lInlvriwu
Serving Greater Clay County you for I". relief' demanded In of ria>' County wonldl
INLET MARINA th. Complaint. This ault la to ,,'r\..il l>v Ih. i-In.I... nf said
I TVAPPLIANCESERVICE Notary Public fortlo a mor'..... Thv. r*.1 l lI'll ron U NOW THKUKI-liltN UK
pronorlr 1'........".., wenCool I., : IT KRtiolAKU that 'its follow I
IT, lurch 4. MKAIKWHHOOK > lux dracrltwd roatl or airato .
MERCURY OUTBOARDS rilONEOffk : I'nll I, awordlna to rll: .
We Repair All Brand 2S4-UI1 plat thrrof rvrordrd 'In 1 I'lalllmik A That pan ..f Adams 8trl .-
d. paea H, nf |h. fur. a. shuwa on Ihr |>,II uf tranaa
gr'rvlrlnr Cia, CountyFor MERCRUISER SERVICE Home tll-SIH roil records of Oa, "bust?. Pork a ltliln...>i>d ru' .ritdIn
Sixteen Year HnrMa. To...lh.r. with all ,flat Hook( I peso II. pwhllrrehrdn
BOATS TRAILERS Orange Are. S. at Bay St.Green ."uNu,.. and Improvrmanlino of Cla I Cuunty: 1'lurldo. -
\ante Patk, Ph. MI-WIS and hvraafttr aald, land; Ivini w.st.rli I of: Ib.1e.sl5rlr -
Cot Sprint* and all 'nitui i now or h.r.- riaht nf 501 line of $15111osd
OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP shop attached to or used Inrnnnorllon No. IIll
ULLERTON'S with 'h. M-.ml-.i' Thai pert vif Kin..'"" A.. -
Hwy. 17 Orange Park -- ---- hrln' itrarribri' and In .""1. milan >ho"n on Ih- ",., of
Are.Irren 1.Ku1LOTII R linn th.r>to lh. follow/Inn 11osni. "Park A Itldaowuud

U Cove N. Orange SPH. 1844044TJaed Phone 164-9813 dMirllwd.hloh' ar.,hou.rbshl.pt-i and shall luk of I. t Clay>na. IF YOUR: C.H11.1., wrx ;w:! MII.KS; ox A GALLON OK) UASIK ()

i\ THE CIIKTIT COVHT or to k*. fUturra and a pirl oft Countv, .Uirlda, hlih llaa
THI'OI'liTH jrUICIAUCIIM.TIT. H. rtllotnolnt \ within Uovurnmrnt' HIMn. n IITownKhu IIHaul YOU TAN IIAVK: IT LrilllU'ATKO & rilANdK; OII Fun $: ..40IK
I MILK DELIVERY IN AM FOK CLAt Ranica and Ov" Mo.o 4 Houih. Haiic
(hoed FnraltonIAHKY'S : CU!'NTY. rLOIUl.A. *| nn." : sold nail ..f Klnii.Uy

IN CHANlfcltYKEYBTONE BTATK RANK)\; if Arro Water Fan In 115.1Hodol KltcSnIVaaln : .Atvnu.., l>y liln th. wo.l.rlr hounded rlnhl.n Ih of. IT WILL Ul'X 4iXXI( ( ) MILKS: OX (OXK: SKT: (OF) TIHKSIK :

W.D.Morris A Corpuralina. ('C II WMI. (Ino, of ".". M.... riatntUf. Kttwart Warner H p Ma Wall II liuumlod on Ihs aoulh.. k* IT IHI'HI'CI.TI'SButT'l') : : : ) *:.KX.Ort( \) A YWAUIK
FLORIDA TRADERS I IUal.r Modrl OH tin ih. north line( nf Ih* ..I..r.
IIARMONutnDTCAIt. Lot 1. Hi...'k I,
: as .1.11. l> Iv norilon of
rl'fa Con Sprint, Floridi Distributor CARL., .1.. oil Wall rumFUrtmmoda Ifrattr H Portion. t. Hldaamnod a<.....rd. Yor l'1n': IOTII: : KNUIXH: ( : IN to 111NUT1stiIIhx :
IVfndantafcOTIIkl 11,1klodol ItllITNFXH Inn lo Ih. ,.1.' 'h.r..f r..ord-

itl E.,DM Palma. 8.St.Grant, TeL tll-USI ATCHBI All Jersey' Milk THE 8TATK U.UK FUUIUDA HIT "nf' thisburt' mr hand al and Urrrn lh.('seal.<,,. .d In lord rwHird hunk nf ,u..*paa Cnunly* Hnulillr : : WK: !nOS'TUrISI') : YOU TO) BUY .\ 1'U1.1:111'.IIJI) (I &V'rfit's

nrlni., Florida, houndod, on llu north'wait
For To: FlorMa. 'h' t th danf >
TeL til-UK CAUL HARMON UOOimiAlt 0tn.wr A.l>. till tiy Ih. p..ulh.a.lrrlyLoundsrr '
TII.T'In ALHHADY: 11.\\'t: ONK.:
II. M. lion I, OHVIOUS
of l.ol
Park I', (I. l anee llliln*.'oud aifwrdlna ,. Ih*
HOME DELIVERYCALL Onomla. 11.'ItRnE I, r1111.1T.K' :
TeL !04.1221u'kennville .,... iwoorlwl In 11.1
Undlnt Road Yau are h.r.l.y notified that a rolor" of eirr.iltllv 'nwrl Plat '" '
...Ino' link 1. pass II puMio' ,**ord.
. Suit hat b rn fllod you Vlvl.a H Crhm, ,
1st.I!!" or U4-J168 I'orlt aibl.y M, L. ll>ly and I>.l>uty Cork 1 of Cla County, Florldn, and
"'" BUndlnr Omni Rd. M, I U IIlbl.,. Jr 'In ,h. abot ll-t It It, HM liuundfd on Ih. *..II'- b*
mlltli-d rauio, and that you are Ihr noiihirairrly buunilary.t UsedVOLKSWAGENS'
TeL 771-J924 (.II. Sa.swer I tA" II, Hvillon t. IUdewsand
h.rt.v required to your >TU r! OFHM.KTIH 1\TK\11010 TO .. .
iirdin la tho pl.tlhrof
Clark of this a
I TRADE IN ITIIOLSTEKINQ with( the : 1'1191'rlollhICK
In rial llmikI
I Court and l 0 ,.T"O a ClOp lh ra Noilr. la harrky Ivrn that theundroslenod I roi.ird. of
OF VALUE pan II ptiMli
th i'lalntirr altoriMyh ,
upon undvrthr itmrlakiniof
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BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP r CAP < Ann of Kit. .<11 rii' -i > aid Ih.y, sin dlsrnollne' .d sod
CCOCNTWQ: I* n lint 44C w4h,, Its fork' of the rlriiillfnvrt .h.ndnnsd ,
d lb'
Iaoal. Curl all Nahle p1.1Ile
drt-cn Cov Nprlnia, Florida. In and for Oa Ibr515 .I
Complete Auto A Furniture nM .Into than MovrmUr I*. "l.i- of Florida. rtralut' ol and rounIT Is sod lu lb.isndu
1..1 upon .."..,"..,I..* eahl. t r' -...1.u' .
If you fall (n dit '0 proof nf hshl'rsllnn ., this "n.
l'p holMtt'rlnrtOO .. .,. hereby P.nouoredsn4
REED ACCOUNTINGAND b. colored .. ar
C.mfi-p.o' o lll .1"1 tlra Ih. Flrlltlona. ne",. .|,
W. Idlewlld Ave rue for th. roust d..n..... n....'. r..d Auto pn ":IT'FI'\ ITMR IIKHOI.VFIIIknt .
Ph. t 4-JSOJ the Complaint.Tli 1511 Klo..l.y Arsaa. 0sse.rsrb nnr r'*hla of th. <'.>Sill
nature of aald' suit homefor '
f hr/d. ., Service
and Ih* puhllr5/ sod l an.Isnd Sales &
forrrloaur of
Green Core Sprint florid ttio MlsoodNsmsrl
T.1SIRVII'I: ; M.rlni..nrumherti th* pr Arm II"."... rte or lnler.il |h.r.,ln il. n.itulred ,
by kurrh.e aid "VI.'
Lisle Kenney Owner Free Estimates annul kron-rW lorald, duarrlhtd Iq ru II, ILL Ir I' 04OTII ......,.all"* or pr*., rlpllitn In
7 7 N Orange Ave. Oreen Cove "rw Pick-up and Delivery Cnuntv folio.: K Or s 11 HNolk'o -Ik ui.k ,.......I.or herrl'ir tired r.ooun.d. Iand I
Tel SS4-I7S1 Handle Any and All of YouiI'phoUtrry cietra Tractor, No. LIIIIInJxt I. hrr.by .itn "ur- and dlw. (aimed and th.l ..-.v'' IT!, H. 11I011\-' '' 11 N. GREEN con: BPRING4!
1I."t to IMr..51,1.4 in Passs rounly and pnlll I |I.
rlahl. of lh
Personalized Services! NI't'dIIIUROLU Trarlnr ITNBHH Kn.mr IIDIII hand and. sal .r NumHrr IH*. ,In Ik. ''.1..11t'our' In and lo any Unit. r.n.(11u11aold I $ I (101 Yard. N.rlh.1 (Uvrrnon (''***I Phone u..,,,.

BARLEY Or.. root* irlnaaMar of Clay Coualf. Florida, 510.(1' ,,r rondo, dllnrald I I
InAwountinjf aid Court at | In Chanror' I .111|| .<,.,
fo I
,'.. cm apt r.-op4td map or
.. Ih'S Slut
& Tax Owner A t'pholalerer-11)ed. ( O ny Ylo aal. ik. property aliuaivd Inclay slid Ih* ,I. b.r.kp itntiHiM'rd -
tin *
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day of 1\.,*lH>r A l> IM4. ....U. YI'.a' d.sarlbedu141s and dl.rlslm.d.IMYr. - -

1 Jot urns EDWIN BAXLEY (Court nrrRnhi!) U OtM.tXI.IC. in rai>l.r a aJiH a If1rn

rr15u"inoHs Son and I'pholaterer I yr*. rirk *f drolt. Cant *T and.II.NII'! f':4nIlJ: (Nit* Hprlni*. PI** Onaalf,
TOWV OF : KliifMa Ibis *lk day of M.,e....
Vivian '". "chm.lirpmr .
i Kirmi & C. A. IIVMMtLt'phokterer tly anoardla I* nun.of lasts of ..pIN, ,.
I rd.e1'nImu rt 'li II lbs FIX>lttHA MKTrH IH>MKAMI f,r m-iinn fir Yii'kiTT" (Y'IM.hO.SU1NYIIS .
tl-l It.
FndiviilunlsnUBJUCT) 10.10. !' IMI'IKiVRMFVT (1iM.Mtvr or CLAT ('tJ1''CT'I".IIIIII'A. Kick off the fun with newCHEVRON

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- K al r>*.. I* and aloe In '1.1 no Inlber IC Wilson
llook I_ nl naa. II of ,". INb.at Chairman
I'. 1'- ..,d. ..f r'Isr Palely II-It I

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"Dhl.I.. ttU to th. kik."t kid.C. .
J der for sah. ., Ihs I w..,.,,,......, JIIMIIIM lot MTM I
CLASSIFIED ADS "St ....., ..r 'hr .. int, ....rt NIT HlltMII
51' iw. In Nraa C'"yo ..rlnaanav 41,tt mi III, I ,,MII,%
.uair Florida ....,*.,.. hflrriCM I* IIKIIKHY I1IVKNlhal
'I M se A W. on rnda. l 4 |..| heard for liar Ooaniy. F_rMa
- .- "aidm\ la lll.lnf, In maflr. will >*<*lv. arH.'*ll.na tnt Jvnll -
-, -- mallon hr IK. On.rlMATHAM four! r au**.lr linnl* "rr .
.. M ..mtor I* IMIMTMIMIM
5 'IIEV IMIII. nal.i vniil '
ATTENTION: PARENTS! Do FOR RENTl Partly furnished 1.r-flU. AUTUf: .... hi ....,.... ItrtMl'inHMNVTII.
Fleai Saab A Tr..' 1II41JtrkMNvilla ilrndnal "f an n...rodlio>l ..>l.
foe hay a Mn between the !. bedroom boiue) Is.rtwmik Florida a ar .1..11.i ..... -,... .thelIVElIER gasolines!

I Ifs of U and II who I.I InrrniUd north of Trout Crerk onll IM TUB CIlfHT or TUB 11.11. It... 11-1 Ina l _1.1 .... wunb and.. *,...".*. .
ItilNIT Jfl.>K. U4I v MOM or .noltalaai **
( la trontlnt. II *.. callDtyton ,,. IS tU mike M.th ofRhand ('On'T1".uIlIl'A.. TH n or MTrTTinTTiT"' ll*..d.nl a| ,Ito Dial of Pia/4s.
BrUce. Kitehen M.I'&. I.X rltltl ATS. NIS,111191 FMTITIOI tNMMalHW Ass II.", Akllil l.. nx*| and
Wibun at ttl-ISII. *
IN ro.",. .f I. k.rby al".n l.>| d.l *llk l 'lII aa* as
: 141 Ii month. Call RL ABJM- LKMI: ro K. UIUJMONII. l_atdT Ika **d rla-nd I nndn ih. N.. nnd traval.rit.I a IWonytea .... Smart plan I Tank up with tim modem
: -::'c.n.t ; ; I4t. <> AU. CI KI>iniim. ANIiHKIIMONN "' r<*ina, t rkklr SIt.Jan.. ,.*.|..r'd I
tine VA IIAVINII ('LA I". (Ill of FI.rM. An. of I''T. will All .p.|...tI..na Sisal Ira .5l motor fu.li cuntnm-tmul. to power
rated ante apt. Ferniah.d.Call _. l...,WAM>ll A'lAINaT SAID ... ,....,., wllk Ika. '''I.,' ofb. ftlr wlik Ik* -r*<*rr ,.' lkr .
u..sall after 1:1' ,.m. <*,lrr..ii (-...,. In ant fit I lisp ..*rd of Y D !><.* ll> 11'... you buoy lift t'KUy. Choose from 3
1 .1 AW/ (MlW; ..lilt TATK Tan and ...h of ,.. art k.r.. fnnax Wial, of n..'..... Urn i .?>., .>.. ?.*' Fl>..xl. k1 ,.,., Chttroni*<)Iin FUch:
rsc.Ip.f .. ... .. I*. l'" at I,*4'jnv Erect Dow
FOR beds kr iwlKlvd and r*.ialr.d I* .r > ntnwf f nnbll. III. ik N fml> r
RENT S .nfaraMwd uitfifi.7/ YtI"" turprit'ing Coal aar ,,1.'... and *...a4.kirk ', "I n.ilr.., ik. 1'., mi 1" .,. I' m. with 'IMitrttutmntt bmf-runnlnf
he.... Uyl r room, all. run or ..""., af r.... Mast "''''.0' TIIK ni" |.piTnt .. I* ,*H Mrll. Itoard.n" p.Cketl
,1Ifo1a. t results. Try our.KOTIIM kat* ...I..t Ik. .."I. .( I...nK. ........ Js55sa T .'.,.... v..VV RW' u I conomy ll*.lilM, (In Ovrvron and Chevron Hul -
Uri encloaed ,.
por- It.dm..nd..sass... .UI* .faN ll-ll. It It II in _
fhw Lari Yard. Fin milr ('.uHir. I. Ik* C owalr Jad.. _. .- >rtm*> you it Mtthjt*, the untlknuck cwnpourxi

MI* II Grvrn COT on IHihM LKOALOTI4K ; .r ('lay'a.alr. In Ik* r*.rl ntlda.k..... af sail kitufflr au that hdJjw ttartlnp all th. j w.t bull Into your

way for li rrmU. | (' aalt at nr*.n <". rlaaa.riari4 << CoW with Ctaevron!
MM SuntUrd.
n .... .rriM4TIOroK ' *. Mkin : r>al>a4ar tar, Step at /
211.9744.FOR U-IM TAB\ IJItIUI'IOTIC"i. _.... (ram Ik* ll... *( Ik*
10/.14. rA flit ..kliratlit a' lilt. ..,.....
RENT Attractive 1 .... I* IIK.HKM niVKM.Ikal I T.. rani. *r sari ria'ni ""* f1 W*lake bftttrctn of your CM
II. H. Wiaad. the h..l4.rf d.maad Shall k* In .rllHi.. and n
rosin ho_ firnUbMl. owe Ik. 0110.1.i cwriirx'aua ..Mfiled shall. aiai Ik. plate nf "**"*
aaM rufiMiiM. for a ,.. and ami nfflr ...,- .f -1'
'I'l'lr air rndlUiKd. Cen. d.*4 <. Joe Mi..... ....,..,*, Ta I rlnlniaal and sash. k. ...,. ". ISTANDARD
Irony WaUd. Ill luy Street ttirwu ......,. and ,,,/. fIMMIW k* Ik. rlaliMai, .... ...... .rkll I A w
Fee *. Ik. "._" ''''' .' ... ..rav and arf.-.....al.4 Ira 1
InfatMa. ...... 284nit. .r* '. sad lbs .- 'la ktok I niiaaf.* ..f nn Mils| and
I .IUI II waa ...Md arc aa Ml**>, ...... .'.1. *r d-...... nil Mn I' OIL
I IAPUTfL'iT Ortificat* No. tlTtar >.d shall k* ..'4l..tt
.f I....."* J... I. A I). A(4NIM' "Por.MO"O IsulnaCalrsla0 fI.
FOE RENT IHIUl ..f Ii _:e'
I lirvH..... sf "re.rt .uCf I.ala. It i Sincere ... ",
KIkheM, Dining. II a II II" I titan ".._.. ._..... I
it..l.. living R..tM. ......1 ..... 1:1I,.,.. kMi (OHIO* |'. Purse ....I....'... ,..,..... It'U'
l-ll I.-I-H. .
I 're"-Ie. Nftbr ......... Kan !. "lelll a taa .d 1. W U II." Ira 0

r.-d Ittaw. rw a.- All** lWl IJ
All of said .r** r1y kl* I* Thanks
I....... : assela.T >. BID
Pb4M IN-all. ,... (1.011.I Clay, * *fI .. .
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II.U, 11.114.'ala avk .....n.... .f rfinratM Ik* Cltr *f KnfM*** M.i..anni aw
i ...1' W r........ a*. I* pen. .a T.w4.t, $.", N
.. *. IH.. *. ... Air Mall 1
101 d tor I
1LVr. I bed *r4la. I* law Ik* po.prelr
.rt'anaW. .. .,....<* dHrlM*
Cvlb.4 4. park .....,...,.. will ( r r.a.av s
IIII4 111 FmIsNlrwt ... aM I* ,toe blah( .....* atk and r;::' 4)Garb*silt H* nnn -

Aye f....... IMwlaCol < ...dar owarl I.b..o Ik* .d..e*.lk.*.f Ik|w.*fmM .aator < *. *.. ....*) Ma*. -.r..rwma.sa t....4.f -

ZU.tn1. II-It tow ..... whkb ta ,toe tl* .*rIn and dawn ,...... >-- name/..
vwk eau k* ,**..*..l Ia05.
Cf r'I",.. this tMk Atr .f Orl.. I.. k* _*'.*4 al Cut Mall Thank. you for year rwl thai .1..1! | nt* a. at
ITTTD19 .. ._ at and II ***
bwlidl5ltl eve.vdM We I"'. C *4 A _

...C1i0dd hews plant <.1K*..1. U CARUMJa.Ita. TO'I I* your Hut. Iteprrw'ntatIv| .. My" family ami 1 I ,.

aa 1 .JiI... effM I. eM 1111.Phsn .0..IUJ':( ._0c.I..rclat tl, "... .. r* Ml aft and .ntt,UT*.....RIt.II thankal'h rxl nre-ry on*> of yo'i.I '

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I .lIhllll' lrh'dgi| l 9 myinrlf 'fo rvmllnnnl .in l lrrrt ',

I [:: : : A : :BUSINESS: : :DIRECTORY: :,':,'] |1.o|101 m l*an.1 of M Clay Jnlimlnl mailer:" Cft. r'ealroalialt Mrrirt,. I prom' 'MI m!a*'.Behalf wdk|to. rrfrramtyou ()"..f..it1 Ihr 1 1 .. ,

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.r...j I s4 $ I orn. ,.."...,. .1JUUIJ. IIOl'HIJ: of IU'UltST\TI\'JH" : I I .' __

4Iadrfpg11116aln ; t* TrH I oI._ ..... tI an.a.c (15A' CllfXTIf plSlx'1tITPd btrnade'she.lot.'f .tfel4..u4Olef40a/5re5
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A..... u. P. F. Geiger Agent Green Cove SpringsIrls..r
.. $ 1:14I{II I I, io n sn JT ...t irr M M.0 1.i...seed r\ I II





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: CHay (Bounty: (!Iresccutr
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HENRY AMON MOODY Fill Another Book of Plaid Stamps This Week For Fine Chnstma Gifts
Hitler and the Devil Services for Henry Amon

Moody, 68 yam old, who died
THE TRIUMPH OF MAN In a lAte City hoepltal on
Hitler called the Devil up on the telephone one day Monday, will be held at S bra
ORIGINS OF ART The girl at cent.ralll.tened to all he had to ay o'clock: : this afternoon in Sha-

Man's Mumphi era rest moawred j In victories; el nth y Include "Hello," ahe heard Hltler'i husky voice, "I* old man Satan ron Baptist Church.:
boglnnlngi, dlicovorlos, breek-threwghi end the endlngi dark home?? A lifelong resident of Clay

poriodi In history, "Just tell him this la Adolf, who wants him on the phone." County Mr. Moody was a vet
eran of World War IL
The Devil said "Howdy," and Hitler laid "How are you' He leave his widow, Mrs.
;I 1hTh. I'm running a Hell here on earth, ao tell me what to do." Mary Mercer Moody; two sons
and James both of Jacksonville .
"What can I do," the Devil laid, "Dear old friend of mine Henry
three stepdaughters
It seems you don't need my help, you're doing mighty fine. Mrs W.;'E. Colton, of Jackson Plaid .........._-_._._.---_._-_.._.....
Stamp ._ _._._. '
"Ye, I WM doing pretty food, until a while ago. Tllle Beach; Mra. Elizabeth Saver are In .
When a man named Roosevelt wired me to go more slow Kuns, of Jacksonville: ; and Mrs. f for a great &l-wD T
? He says to me, 'Dear Hitler, we don't want to. be unkind. C. H. Bellinger, of Lake City; bonus again if i
But you have raised Hell enough you'd better change your a sister, Mra. J. J. Paderewsky, this week 4 STAMPS KiN
li / *erla"/ flrct ear IH mind. of Jacksonville; and a brother, A Ile, Just select the : I
/// Bothered ism gross, I thought his Lerut-LeaM bill was bluff, and he could never get R.A. Moody, of New Orleans. a 1I;. extra stamp : With this coupon A purch.. of Hi t
4 'LL dlppod th* "bruih" into a I r. nn f, Burial will be In Sharon cem- item In this ": ",. Dad, It'... hag .1
vogtlable "dyo" mixture DUI M cm Lit mi H w: irf! fiiw, tr 111pf oct what h. etrry. Helm Funeral Home Is t ad and you :. DOG FOOD .._.._.. $3.87 :
and drew plctwroi en his could do. If rt-Ftt of arrangement. ip.: thr. .. B... la :t\
get enough C..p."
cav wall.H .... ... .. ... : 2 :. ;:: ..:: :
> Tha.t'a why I called you Satan, tat I ne.d .Ji: t knit tai -- p,,,AID Extra Plaid I.. .'
I know that you will tell me just what Z ought to. do." I S'Amp to fill 11iIt :
dopltti th* succession of day and r BAMMER WILSON rrt If ......._....:.xe'IIfa:1CJlt.--....-.:....-.-........
night, th* rhythm of th* uaions, th.patt.rn > a
"M, Dear Hitler, there Is not much left to tell, Bammer Wilson 44 yean old.
of lif timely opportunity to fUj titit tin
deelh-oll my For' Uncle Sam will make !It hotter than I can here in Hell Cove for lump
lorloi h* mss to undoriland and ox- a resident of Green Saver Books for Christina OtiU. TVie advantage ltNtMt
I've been a mean old Devil, but not half M mean aa you; 20 died last week. He was = '
plain la hi*children.Man years of the big doing at ASP this week 1]i
r M So the minute that you get here, the job la yours to do. a member of the Seventh Day and save Cuh and Stamp. r8F' ( PLAID
Ill be ready for your coming and 111 keep the fires all bright Adventist Church. lie leaves a "' '
And I have your room all ready when Uncle Sam begins to slater, Mrs. Annie Burrs of uSup r.Uight" Heav7 Western Beef ,! ", STAMPS ..I

fight. ._ Oreen Cove; and a brother, ii l
Dallas Tyree, of SUpleton. Ala. IN'I''! With this coupon A purchaas or !i
For I can see your days are numbered and there'a nothing left Services and burial was in Bay CHUCK :... Hm Had. M..Ik. kBJXXl
to tell i J FOOD fl-itf I
In Mlnette Ala. Helm Funeral ,,, w-
hit natural form, i .. ... .,... .... ....
shown ei h* actually point.d So hang up your phone and grab your hat and meet me hereIn Home was In charge: of ar- 'I ( .1. Ja Sher 11..."... u t1'i.
I In li en* ef tie! Hell." rangements. i. :
I 13 llf..sishcaul I In Th* -Jack Bell OAS :
Travoltri Iniuranc Com
ponlt. Now York World's DR. ZELLNER TELLS
y t Fair exhibit. Each of man's ; 1 y METHODIST CHURCH aa a Methodist minister in VIA OF OPPORTUNITIES "X--WK![ I
triumphs Is lrt and heard '' J n,, HONORS LEIGH SOULS Iowa and a YMCA secretary in '
under the pavilion's rtd Aluka and Ohio. OFFERED BY 8JIUC i : !

gmbfollo-top. The First Methodist Church Mr, Soule has been the The proximity of St. Johns 39c ,

will have a reception honoring teacher Of the High School River Junior College to Clay LII."SuprrRliht". .. ... ....__. ill... 1'1" STAMPS I.
Rev. Leigh W, Soule Sunday Class at the First Methodist. County can change our way of I g!
several life, Dr. Mary Zellner, echo ---- !j With this coupon A pnrvhtM o( H]
TO VISIT visiting one of the unique college evening at '7:30: Mr Soule a Church for the put !I heads the college's Communlcatlona I Pure Pork 1 lb. bars I ltr..kf..t Url.krib *-... til
\ of the Senior High campuses in America, designed resident of Memorial Home years and aaalated the putora division told members : SAUSAGE 1M T A N G -.. jar !yjc; JJ 1 1C..M |
Methodist Youth Pel' by Frank Lloyd "Wright.i. Community, has recently been of the church: l In the various of the Green Cove VIA Worn- 3-$1.00"Super .. g..1 tan ...., X.t.! IS j:
services. III ........
I'MfF called to be the) Chaplain at : Jaa 8'
of the First Methodist The MYF will leave Oreen ana Club last week. I -Rlgbt" Mary Western Bone In
are going to visit Flor Cove Springs at noon and will Meth-WIck, the Methodist re-. Mrs. Oother Martin la servIng "The opportunities offeredby L !! J. !!! j
facility in Cedar RapIds I M chairman of the reception I
College in Lake be the guess of Florida Southern Urement a nearby college" she laid, BRISKET STEW .19;
Saturday. Itiey will be College for supper. Oowa. Mr, Boule has served committee. "can' give us another way 01'' t .._......._.._.._._........_.....
- - - -- life by rainingour aspirations "Super-Rtgbt" Western Meaty I I tIIl.:.:.:.:. ,,

I I and by allowing ua to \utilize SPARE RIBS LB. 39 I i I l1
i,. nririn FAMOUS the talents of our community. I II PLAID ,=,
I More local youngsters are aPS Hi;
I getting an education, ah said I Y :, 1 1

FILTER-F because St. Johns la within the I ', 4a..sern II:, With Ibis coupon A purth..r III!
Ik I'i Li reach of many a parental poo- *-... i-... win. 1
: ketbook which could not be WKSSOX Olh GHo' J .I

ydr y stretched to aend a eon or: I r...... ...1 II.n ..." .... 15Jan. .i
I 6 WASHERS daughter to an Institution so ......... 1 I

far away he or ahe was required :JCZJC1C1I:1L9Jl1JIt :
lu \ to pay for board.and lodging I.?.--.....-...._................,

upio14-POUND CAPACITY HEAVY FABRIC LOADS there.Additionally, she pointed out,I !I jiJii iiiiuii ii--. m

St. Johns offers adult courses
locally. Oreat cultural opportunities -I i j COQ STAMPSi i

-T are present If only SMV -, L'ATCIIRound ,
: '. BUDGET PRICED. . there U the desire toe ad- I
. .. Whit With thus. coupon A purcha..0SI'UXlF
fM.UxH k fhmu.Mr
,.y BIG BIG FEATURES I *. Alex Pupkin presided 5-Lb. BsgrOTATOKS: W M-fc* : MOP .!F49 I If

at the meeting and Mra Rob (........ ..... Ihri' saw. .... II I
ert J. Sudlow offered the de All rarpeo York f Ja.. a s...... l
votional.Hostesaea. 4-L1. Bag I

j 3 Wash Cycles I. at the luncheon I Al'i'LKSfrtoh ); !l .::'!:.:.. Jri.! : ..'.:..J.Ij'oit .Ir

3 WISh Tlmplratur.. '! meeting were: Mra. J. R. Jolli- fitted .r I'npltUd ..--...--.......-.....-....-..-....
\ $ 2 6 0 saint Mas. Clark Wager Mr*. DATES: .: I.181.H t : :.: >
Soak Cycli C. M. Dumbauld Mra. Chaun- Each l !
I coy Moore Mr*. J. Slater I PLAID
f Water Saver Load Selection Smith Mr*. J. K. Cooper Mrs. AU .'corp... Yellow .. .ftA&bU !
W. O. OaOiley and Mra. R 8-Lb. BagONIONS r J'r' STAMPS ilM r
iVr Week P.I 1 ..
e Unbalance Load Control roRt i e
I Hell Of SaksOIt.U'I'iFIWIT With tklo ."*-. A parcktM ..fe !
next meeting is scheduled
Safety ..... .
I I M.N" ef I*
for Dee I when Mrs. : IJ
KOTKX; KVi : :
James M. White will serve aa freakCILIXKKKKIKS r .
chairman The subject of the I.Lb. Bag M r.. trod J.u ., 1.Y.1 I

WASHER VALUE I ale.DOROTIIt meeting. will be drama and ma- : ; : =: : : __1
t,,. I Sp'ial r Golden) Sun

1'y.A A HEW MINI-BASIIET5 for last minute extras or tpecial cut fibrk. DEAN WEDS r r..4

t you'd normally wash by hand.OtAer IN HOME CEREMONY STRAWBERRYPRESERVES i
lit' r..Jya :
Miss Dorothy Dean and Wll- i PLAID
Coiom r featuresleefwda _
liam Meana were united In Iii fASTAMPS
marriage at the home of the : i g!

\ Two Wash, Two Spin Speeds 13.08 bride In St. Augustine on Sunday :jlB Wit Ul ...>.. a.."" .... ., P:
A November I. The Rev. DrBUmto I ,l:5 COM .. r........'. |.|k.r.. Si 1
a 3 Wash Cycles 4 performed the double I'OUK & HKA.VH: '; i

3 Wash Temperatures/ IVr WwkWAOOOA ring ceremony. I :d ("-.... ..... ..... ..'", a... ..I'.I'in i in
) The bride la the daughter 011| 249c I "... u se.4 .
Mr. and Mra. Lucien Dean of .
4 Water Levels .nk1IlC..II: . ;
8t Augustine formerly of I -_...............-................-

L,.. Cold Wish Rinse Orson Cow Sprints, and the j Aar Re.W fmk -...... Jar
,groom la the IOn of Mr. and

I Ir: ANEW MINI-BASKET ,xs u,..tile.J. X. Hanbury. of Jack.Qiven I' INSTANT COFFEE ,, 51.29 50 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS

..1 In marriag by hat father 8a*SM4 UU e* Mr NO
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Washables You Never Dared I' the bride wort a street TOMATO SOUP
;. For t length ahMth areas of beige 3.29cep.eld Purchase or Esh f the Following

Mac"'lnJ-Wash Before lace fashioned with a scooped .Iq.e.Bleb/! I. nee Ana Par U-oa Mr
neckline and long el *v**. She Straw.. .
Iwrrjr Jell/ 3.V
t ocrhld CHILI WITH BEANS 4.89
wore an corsage. <
: \ ; Plus OMIT I Mrs. Jn Pacm served aa 1 41'Iloe Jet

.. f ,.. r Mutt-Cycle Selection her sUUfl. matron or honor pal! AM Aac El.., Bead er ritra WhUEGGKOOOtESlU.PKC,29 Plate If..nnnai" Gko:

' l She won a pink dna similar. 1 Chrf Bey> -ae With Meal
\ Automatic Bleach Dispenser $ 3 80 I to the brtdM uhf. her coraagt < aRhetliDinner ..__J104C 4\e!

of ..
was pUk r M ,
: Jet Swirl Rinse Agent Chef aDN With Mwhreone
Mr J, K. Hanbury wee lost
' .. Dispenser .IVr Wfrk man for bat ........ Fpagktli| | Dinner 17-ox 49e

': WA-12COA I The bride. WM grm4uaW4 I II'6..ept..
4 Speed Combinations. from St. AutwUne High 1kJIooI1 I IWtj Crocker Cat ).IiI.. .tie

Wash a single tarment or blf tamlly-site loids-Uvry client ltd ta presently el ,j I 0,'. John FMT. l-. pk*.

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j The groom la
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f Union ..a ....tt pnoto ra>lwrAanonf .I - 145 Lodi.Wepan .

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, GRtrl "nI I wedding h.Orera tee were,I
Ica, ,.... ,.ORANGE TAIMC.- a1/....., Mr.a>a4 Mr*.U a Chrtatt ...
( 1..iH J I Mr. and Mr.. runs Rkbmx*.1 Ptv.s .. ILM M..eaoe.oi are pd tkr

I fttQowtng the rewrpuon \ 1..yK.e.hss I It*
.J ecmp*. kn M ft wwUiMt \$1|
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to ftorUa
. to patela af tolr* 4
, ,. HIM moap IT. o..c.1 Pall
Cpcw their vets they wa [
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