Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 13, 1958
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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it I I r ,58 Homecoming Is Great Success .1 i

1 ,
r Starke had itself a ball last Friday. ..

I I 1 e (tj a a Court NamesPsychiatrists The Telegraph Proudly Presents Exceeding the expectations of even the most optimistic, I

each Homecoming event was a rousing success, from the

Picture Story On HomecomingThis gala} parade_Friday! afternoon to the final note of dances
held in the USO and armory. -

issue of The Telegraph is notable in that it More than 2,000 spectators saw I I came from points as distant as
'tt the Bedford Tornadoes win the
Alabama, Atlanta, Ga., and Mi-
i. .. v To() Test LamonA what is perhaps the most intensive picture cover- .Homecoming game with Fernan- ami, with the record being set
age of any single event ever to take in dina
place Starke. Beach, and over 700 BHS by Lena Belle [IShepardJ Moniss
No'expense and effort has been spared to bring the alumni, and members of their ,. frcm Washington, D C.
sanity examination ordered readers of The Telegraph the picture story of the 1958 families attended the banquet in |'. Souvenir of
a special
: : Wednesday for John E. La- the h'h? school cafeteria. I'.1
Homecoming of Bradford
mon, 66; indicted for first degree High School alumni, the first Homecoming edition of The Tele-
F. such full-scale reunion held here and Informality was the keynote of I graph
murder ir the slaying of his bro ever one that were given to each alumni
S ther-in-law, Harry E. Tucker, last seemed to us to ,merit all-out picture coverage. Other the banquet, which was distin- attending the banquet.
guished by absence
an of
#,. Jill rr Oct. 24.Arraigned. Homecomings in future years may equal this in size Alumni provided their speeches. Mrs; Chas. A. Darby, presidentof
before Circuit Judge and color, but it is doubtful if few Will surpass it. by gathering own together entertainment [ the High School PTA, sponsors

Geo. L. Patten at the fall term In presenting such outstanding picture coverage to by classes at tables marked with ;I cf the banquet expressed appreciation -

a u- of court, Lamon pleaded not guil- its readers, The Telegraph acknowledges, with thanks, pennants bearing the year of each I. to everyone who cooperated -
making it
ty, by reason of insanity and the cooperation of The Gainesville Daily Sun and the graduating class. The banquet I She announced tha total a receiptswere success.

the court appointed two phy- Florida Times-Union, who} made available to us all of "tables were attractively decorated I $915.30, with, an estimatednet
chiatrists to examine the defend-
by members of the Starke
A the shots taken by their staff photographers oft, :. Gar- of $450 which will be used by
ant.. hearing will beset later at den Club.-and each table also
which their report will be made events here. These, in addition to those taken by our a scroll on which members contained !the PTA for the purchase of library -
public.. In. staff and three free lance I I books and the development
the meanwhile, Lamon .gown photographers especially of each class were inscribed.
tic ,gill continue:to.,.be. *held.imcourity- assigned: ,f or-this ,occasion, gavc..usan.' impressivepool 1 Alumni 1! '' returning for !thj event of a BHS.vocational :guidance programat
; ,
rG e jail here. of pictures from which to select the ones 'hat

"Y'p Trial fur two other 'defendants, seemed best to embody the spirit of the Homecomingevents

I i indicted by grand jury here Monday of I last Friday. _

.i t' f : These, were are: set for November 24. >Even -in such an elaborate array of pictures as we Brutality Charged !

i' liU& I Jeff Merricks, Alachua County are using this week is was not possible, of course to

negro, charged with assault with include every parade unit or every skit -Tornado In
intent to kill in the Oct. 4 shoot- whirl Some very good ones had to be omitted, to our Prison ProbeTestimony

ing at State Trooper M. N Sellars. regret. We feel, however, that the selection used will

&! i Lillie Mae Hood, Reno negress, be well worth preserving as a keepsake for future years
; 4ff- w likewise charged with assault with for those who would like to relive the fabulous Home- ler, Negro prisoner that Talmadge whose death Sel- homosexual cells of the new facility halted
intent to kill in the Oct. 24 shoot- coming of 1958. that had
was attributed to natural
causes teen going on in the old
ing of Tem Mark, Starke "Flattop"
This case was originally set negro.for In order to make room for this unusual picture by a coroner's jury here on Oct. cellblock formerly used for hardened .

I trial Wednesday, but was post- spread,. the .editorial column and several other features' 16, was subjected to brutal treat- "criminals.
have been omitted from this issue.Friday's ment in the prison's maximum
,pcned because the complaining One prisoner related three
security building shortly before
witness is still hospitalized.In separate outbursts by inmates in
his death, was heard Wednesdayin
the Merricks case, Sellers the month following the building's
4t l'mZE.XXIXG FLOATS (at tip, left to right) : 1st-KIIS a marathon 20-hour investigation -
reported that the Negro fired at opening on May 23. He said the
Glee Club's llarmonettes. 2ndCIass of '42,1'lrate Ship 3rd- him in the course of a chase near Tornado-Santa Fe Tilt of conditions at Raiford. prisoners were finally granted a
High School<< 1TAS "Better Schools." Bicoker. Merricks admits being Starting Wednesday morningand ration of smoking tobacco and

pursued by Sellers, and attempt- continuing through the day cigarette wrappers in July.
ing to get away, but denies he fired May Decide Who' (Gets Keystone TitleWith and night until 5:40: a.m. Thurs- Prisoner accounts of the riots
(Jl'EILV AND COURT (front row, I-r) Mary Agnes Matthews, the bullets that punctured the day, the non-stop investigationheard indicated: that tear gas was usedto

I'diny IIolliiiKSttorth' Queen Linda Gaskius, Charlcne Hardy.nd windshield of the trooper's car. prisoners testify and guards j quell disturbances and in one
run; Mary Noegel, 11th grade princess; Donna Trawiek A no uue bill was returned by the Keystone Conferencecrown i Rebels could have won except for I II admit physical abuses of trouble- j instance guards were alleged to
9th grade princes; Linda ( aJ Ie Moody, 10th grade princess. the Grand Jury in the case of Roy at stake, Bradford High"a rash of penalties. some prisoners in the starshapedsecurity j have boarded up the cellblock fora
Henry Griff, 41, who had been Tornadoes and Santa Fe Rebels I Santa Fe's attack is spearheaded structure. ( day and a half to prevent air
charged with the murder of Robert will clash Friday night in a game by fullback Gene Roberts and' The natural causes verdict was 1 from cispersing: the gas.

SENI\K SPONSORS, chosen by the football squad (1-r( ) Charlene Tyson, Starke Negro whose slated for top drawer interest onj his[ brother, Buddy, who is'!!;'| returned by a six-man jury here The first prisoner called who
body was found in Alachua Coun- high school schedules in this area. [ after receiving pathological reports was recently released from the
.. HobbsJ Dennis, Susan Walt, Patsy Nichols, Barbara Bates, Helen ty last Sept. 17. The gam3 is a must for local fans, ': Quarterback. Bradford will depend i l i'on from staff members of the I I j prison hospital after seven weeksof
I'I. Kelly, Jean Dugger. In other cases: who will trek in droves to see this the running of Bennie Williams '|[new University of Florida health i treatment, reported he was

Isham Davis was sentenced to classic fray on the Rebel field at and Ten-ell Green, half- center Dr James E. Mosley, assistant chained to the bars of his cell for
two years for forgery and utter- Santa Fei ]i i backs, and their good passing chief of medical officers at l two prolonged periods this sum-
ing a forgery. Davis had pleaded I Looming.strictly i combo of LaMee and Hobbs. the prison, and other members of i
as a toss-up
Pirates W\ The Plank'277To guilty and admitted he was on !j this game will virtually decide the Tornado Coach Lennard Register I the prison medical department. mer.Dr.. Mosley reported that he
3R parole after serving a term for a I Conference title. If the Tornadoeswin i says, "We feel Santa Fe will!j j In medical terms Seller's death treated the prisoner for a large
similar offense. they have one more confer-: be our toughest fce, as far as'' was attributed to "circulatory col-I'ulceration on hU "tailbone" Aug.
Give BUS Homecoming VictoryThe Bobby Harris, already serving ence game [Green Cove Springs], we're concerned, since the league!lapse and congestive heart failure 22 and recommended his transfer
.a two year sentence fcr forgery, \\'hich'should not cause them too i i title is at stake, but we'll be ready i i due to hypertension." Dr. Mos- to the hospital. The doctor said
pleaded guilty to escaping from much trouble. The Rebels will for them.:' Guard Gene Thomas !:ley performed the autopsy. the prisoner had scars on his
capital H was put in a 15-0 halftime lead.,Harvey Tan- the State Prison and was given an meet Bolies in their final confer- bruised a rib, and tackle Randy j I Fellow inmates of Sellers testi- wrists and ankle where he had
Starke's, Homecoming last Friday ner tried to run the. PAT but additional six months.J. ence game; (I Johns bruised his neck in the i, fied Wednesday that they had been shackled to the bars.
night when Bradford Tornadoes failed. T. Brooks was sentenced to Undefeated this season, the '. Fernandina game, but both should I II seen him beaten with hose, and The prisoner said the wounds

outfought invading Fernandina Fernandina's lone tally came in one year in prison on a charge of j' Rebels have wen six, and tied one,I be ready to start Friday night. j I locked m a'broom 'closet filled resulted from his being "cuffed
Beach Pirates 27-7 before a capa- the middle of the third period I I ncn support, but the Clerk was |with a 3-0 record in conference,. Rebel' Coach >Jim Niblack says, with tear gas. Tear gas had also up" for 68 hours during a period
city crowd of 2,000 habid fans. with the help of a 15-yard penalty instructed to withhold commit- play. The Tornadoes have won "We lealize the Tornadoes have : been released in his cell, the testi- 10 days before the doctor was

Y Aided by the superb wet-ball against 'the Tcrnadoes which car- ment papers upon payment of $20 five, lost two non-conference never lost a Keystone Ccnference. mony aid, and one of these oc- permitted to see him.
passing of quaterback Bubba La- I ried the ball down to Bradford's weekly by defendant to his dependents games, and are also Con- game, :and their quarterback Bubt casions was shortly before his The term "cuffed up" or "hang
\e. c at'sX Mee and the kicking toe and 5. From there, hard-running ference play. :t ba LaMee is goln&.to be a big pro- j I death. ing up" was described as handcuffing
sticky fingers of end Jim Hobbs, !(I Pirate full-back. Neil Hewitt, carried Harold Starling pleaded guiltyof The Tornadoes have lost cnly blem with his fine passing I The eight-man legislative com- a prisoner's wrists outside
the Tornadoes jumped into an i.i off tackle for six points. The non support and was ordered to to the high-ranking clubs of Pa- j Register said he'd like to win' mittee, headed by Sen. Harry O.I I his cell at the third horizontal
i t early lead and held it through : PAT was also made by- Hewitt I pay $12 weekly starting Nov. 24. latka and Lake City in their seven ; the game especially since perhaps 1 I i Stratton of Callahan, and including i bar, and his ankles outside the

four periods.As j I carrying through the line. !I Trial of Clarence Harringtonon games this season. Only Live ; as many as 1,000 Tornado... Sen. Charley E. Johns of cell at the second horizonal bar
Tornado Coach Lennard I Bradford scored again in the a worthless check charge was Oak has managed to hold SantaFe I fans.will.follow the team to Santa Starke, received 65 sworn statements from the floor so that the manis
Register put it, the scuttled I final stanza, as Bennie Williams, set for Wednesday but continueddue I to a tie in a game that the I Fe_ of misteatment from in- forced to sit immovable on the
double .-- I i mates in the maximum security base of his spine,
Pirates were a'much better team I. on a reverse around to absence of complaining
than the final'sccre indicated. He left end carried over from the witness. Bradford FFA Volunteers Paint j cells. Another 96 prisoners in the Both prisoners and prison officials
freely admitted that Bradford got j Pirate 11, LaMee was smeared be- The case against Sherman Lee (same building reported only routine testified that prisoners in
the breaks in the hardfoughtgame hind the line of scrimmage as. he Griffis, charged with possession of Elects Officers CC treatment. these positions are naked and are
on a soggy field. I)' tried to run the PAT. mconshine still, was nolle prossed. i\New Office il Seventeen guards and prison "hosed down" at intervals ostensibly -

'The opening period was scoreless I I j With about one minute left in Pre-sentence investigations were ,Billy Dampier, Elmer Hunter, officials were implicated in the to clean them or filth.
but early in the second quarter '[ the game Tornado back Tom ordered in the following cases in and Wayne Sapp were elected to: The main office of the new statements by the prisoners and I The prisoners said the hosing is
Hobbs slipped behind his defender -'Clark I intercepted an Alvarez pass which defendants pleaded guilty; fill the offices of secretary, sentinel Chamber of Commerce headquarters each of them had a sworn statement extremenly painful and a few of
and took a 24-yard pass.]ten I the Pirate 45 and went all the Albert Newmans, grand larceny. and chaplain respectively at : on Temple Avenue was redec- filed with the committee.I them raid that salt was placed on
from LaMee on the Pirate 8 and I.way, scoring another TD for BHS. Robert Mack and Percy GriffisJr the last meeting,of the Bradford .'orated Monday night by voluntary I, The alleged instances bru- the floor of their cell and hosed
scampered ever. LaMee ran the I||I The PAT failed as Pace's attempt- possession of moonshine. still. Chapter, FFA.Chapter j. crew of painters composed of J. tality occurred, it was testified, as into their wounds.
'- r tr; ,thw extra point fcr a 7-0 lead. j I ied kick from placement was Ode![ Drawdy and.Gene Holton. Advisor Hutchings reported -' R Bullington. Clyde Terwillegar, {a result of rioting that began soon The prisoner who had been hospitalized -
On the kickoff Barnhardt \ blocked. two counts of forgery and utteringa i!' on the farm and shcp activities -: Bill Haas, Robert. McIntire, Jbhn- !after prisoners were transferred following this treatmentsaid
; u of Fernandina was caught behind 1 Bradford kicked cff out of forgery. and praised 'the boys for 1; ny Kopelousos, and a representative -; to the new building last spring. that he was in the hospital
his own goal and the Tornadoes 'bounds to Fernandina. and the 1 'cooperation and help. Leaton of Hardy Brother Motor Co. ;,One prisoner. said the trouble when Seller was brought in shortly -
earned two more points from the '! ball was put in play on the Pirate I Mathews gave the chapter 2,000 I After a vigorous session of started: when prisoners heard reports -! before he died. He claimed the
a .safety. The Pirates kicked to i,40. Alvarez completed a pass to ADDITIONAL catbage plants which have been scraping old paint from the walls! ,Ii i they were to lose their rations dying prisoner showed scars from
Bradford frcm their own 20 and Barnhardt on the 50 as the final set out' at the rarm. The land is I a new coat of attractive pastel il$ of smoking tobacco. being "cuffed up" and that the

on the first play from scrimmage" gun sounded. PARADE PICTURES now being readied for winter pas- green' was applied. Coffee was f R. O. Culver, director of Flori- lower abdominal portions of his
Y found Hobbs again behind j In the standout division. Hobbs ture and a green crop is going to da correctional institutions, said body were badly swollen.
LaMee served to the workers the Gar-
Itnllf11Iimu'i defender, the play covering 47 was praised for his fine kicking I ON PAGE THREE be planted. ,by that one of the reasons attachedto During his! testimony Culver
his e
li'''/> Scoring Touchdown yards for another ,Six points ana! [Continued on Page 61 -Leaton Mathews, Reporter den Rastaurant about 10 o'clock. the riots was that the single [Continued on Page 61 "

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Class Parties F Popular SingersIn County Hospital Corporation reserves following described property: '
the right to reject any and Two acres in a square in Northw .
Farmer's Diary Park Film all bids. est corner of Northwest quart.

/ EVadfonl County.. Hospital. ... er of Northeast quarter, Sec.
.-M tUY' :! Corporation; Lion 34. Township i South

By, ,Sam McGmc Eighteen of the music world'sbrightest W. E. Bigham, Jr., Chairman. Range 22 East. '
The minimum price for which said
IV' Homecoming recording and brm- 11.13 3t 11-27
.. But to ,get back to berries: if pe property will be sold Is the sum of
. 'za ing stars show their talents in $2000.00. but said sale will be madeto
weather, a County Judge* Court IB And For
this ; ,holds mild the way the highest bidder above such
Among the class The Big Beat" showing at the Bradford .
many parties County Florida.In
.. it has been so far, there may be price if any. Said property is owned
.. luscious, 'Held, after Homecoming game Park Theatre Sunday through re: Guardianship of Dove by Lulu Holder and Margie Holder,
s" some of ,the fruit for here last Friday night, ,one of tne Tuesday.The Holder aka| Mrs C X. Holder, Lulu wards for whom the undersigned is
Xmas. We only managed to, do 3k Holder and Margie Holder. acting as guardian and the sale
4v l most outstanding was, that of tne film tells the behind-the- NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE will be made under the order of. the
that one and that time
year we Class of 1940, whose members scenes story of'a recording com- Notice is hereby given that the county judge authorizing it.
- s had our first ripe berry on Dec. undersigned guardian will sell at November 13, 1958.
- 14. gathered for a reception in the pany and the cast includes Char- public outcry before the south door I II. S. Roebuck,

w S. Lions Demon ,Water,Street lie Barnet, Buddy Bregna, Alan il of the courthouse at 10:00 A. M. Guardian
.. on Monday, November 24,
195S 111J| 2T 11-20
The party 'room was :cleverly Copeland, the Del Vikings, Fats
w. So now they are experimentingwith
- decorated in the; ,class colors ,ot Domino, the Four Aces, Harry

.. Farmers are ,always searching radio-active materials with yellow and purple and the Banquet > -, James, The Lancers, Freddy Martin -

: for a better and, easier. way of,doing fertilizers. It seems that they are table was centered )with an the Mills Brothers, Russ Mor-

;, things around a farm. One of adding,a little of the radioactive of tne
arrangement yellow roses, gan, the Bill Thompson Singers,
.. the; best we've:heard of ,is ,the .material to fertilizer, using it class flower. I !'>i and others. YOU CAN'T BUY

: stunt that J. R, [INookiel Wainwright around a plant and then using a In the;Deceiving! line, to greet: Gogi Grant makes her film de-

.. used .to cut ,off "Geiger"; counter. to see how
anc. clear ,
class members as they, arrived zw but not only as a songstress, but
f: the vines' front his 20-acre .sweet much fertilizerthe. plant took up. were Marian ,Dowling. Long, JQ as a dramatic actress opposite

ipotato. planting.'He.used rotary '. t Ella Barry Hardy, and Juamta Jeffrey Stone.Hunting .

mower to cut off the tops of the And a man ,downstate is experimenting McCauley Hardy,. A BETTER TIRE

beds and that,.made the job. of with a chemical A delicious 'buffet supper was ___

plowing?, out the taters a lot.easier. which he hopes will force,a dor- served\ at midnight to the tollow- i License

mant period on the tree so thatit jng classmates, wives, husbands. 1J- Rush ExpectedWith ,

t t' ', will go on and produce fruit and guests: Buddy Bishop, woe ;' I

' like,.that grown up in the colder Ella Barry Hardy, Lucian ..Conrer -
We heard that a berry: grower deer season opening Nov.

used the mower to .do a,: ,similar areas. : Billy Dowling, L. ,M. Gaines, 15, the office of County Judge YO SAVE YOUR l IMCities I
S ,t e, -
job on his old berry beds. The Frankie Gay R. E. Jones, :Marian T. A. Yawn warns that if you

mower cut off all the,, old plants Seems like they're always mess- Dowling Long, Helen. Dowung Lee, don't want to stand in line Satur-

and trash from the tops of the around with things, improving Myrtice Crosby NicholS, Billy day you had better get your license cord I
Service all-nylon
beds :and put .the stuff down in them,so much and all, and yet a Jackson. Everett McKinney, as soon as possible.The .- Milemaster tires are the saf
lot of us would be able get some Estelle
Juanita McGauley Hardy
the alleys. t Then he ,busted open the : state hunting license is est, longest wearing tires' in
of old Gentlemen
Country Elizabeth Plummer
the beds and thus the y '
$7.50 and a permit, costing $5 is history.
corn or Baldwin apples, and lots Brooks, Tommy witch, L. C. _
stuff up. necessahy to hunt in the public Tube or tubeless, new Mile-
,S. *, of other old favorites. But we get Smith, Billy Silcox, and Arch r.,
more :_1 hunting area. -- master tires are pound for
Once we tried raking off the I and more .improvments as Thomas Jr. pound stronger than steel. ..
and as one of our country friends
tops of sweet potato beds, but to >OT1CK Q ret they're priced amazingly
'said; : "They've improved food so A at the American --
tell the truth it didn't work out much today that it isn't fit to eat! Legion home. was enjoyed after Board- of Trustees, Bradford County
very well-for in a..short time we
S. f the game by the ,class of l?J/. Hospital Corporation, at the Officeof
had a tangled pile of Tines that the Bradford County Hospital
We're getting fainting Those from out of town .r
mighty high attending Corporation Bradford County Hos-
messed everything up.' So-* we
these days. We just got a were Chester Moody, and Margie pital, Starke, Florida from qualified 3
went back to chopping oft tie
Lazy Susan for the kitchen table, McMillan Hall, Keystone Heights; i contractors until 7:30 P.M Eastern
vines with a hoe and it was' slow Standard: Time, on the 2nd day of:
\ but we changed its mane to Lazy Winfred Hazen,Gainesville; HOS- Decembtr 1S58 for construction of. :, 4
and work
eelWhere's Daisy. well ,Noegel, Orlando; Arlie Spon- the, following project;
Uradford County Honpltal Parking a
tit holtz Miami; Hilda. Wynck Car- ,
\rraN. SlarWr, Bradford Comity
that cold weather that
-, Alice is busy as a bee these' ter, Tallahassee; Rosa Mae Howe All work is to be done in accord-
was predicted? Instead of cold, it's ,f sGrads with and ,
f ance plans specifications
Burton, Ga. Leola Norman -
day, planting: things all arourjjl ; s
been so warm that trees'havebjudded ,: special provisions of the State Road I. UP TO 25 % MORE ;
the grounds [and if you come to Sponholtz, Inus Prescott Ba Department, said plans and sperifications MILEAGE is still another '
; out'ndt there are hatches but Floried KiTingsworth, Kthel to include a single surface
watch zar,
r' 0{ insects all.around, and other us. or A1ice'U.han Packham Jarrell,Martile Heming- Old Have FunOf treatment over all existing parking great advantage of these in- .
you planted fertilized and mulch '
areas. Work shall be started within comparable tires-it's like
signs that ,make'th'ecalendar' loqk ed.. !if you,are not careful]. Shp v/ay Alexander, and Artford in 30 days of awarding of contract getting one tire free with '
.. wrong. 'But'we'suppose that time. Brown all of Jacksonville. all distinguished guests at the Alumni Dinner last Friday I' and completed in not more than 69
set out some ',Tiger.lilies, .a coupleof three buy.
.. : days from the starting date. every you
you are reading this the wind will received
night none more attention than Mrs. Verdie (Sistrunk '
.. Gardenias that Harold and ) All bids shall be made on a lump BIG TRADE ALLOWANCE -

swing around ,to the' north, andwell Martha Snellen brought us, and Reuniting, members- of Class of Futch, Class of 1909, and Mrs. Lois (Peek) Ferryman, Class of sum basis'rather basis. than on individualitem TOO! Stop in. .
be hunting for spot..
.I. .. a warm she's trying to plant'some sweet 1939 enjoyed a: post-game party 1908.. In top photo these alumni of the first two classes after Plans and specifications may bekeen trade in your present tires

peas and hollyhocks. in the Masonic\ Temple. Among BUS became a four-year high school, are sho'uith Rep. Doyle at the office of the Bradford and drive off with a wonderful
And speaking of keeping warm, tie the 32 attending were the following County Hospital. Plans andor| pro- new set of Milemas- '
E. Conner alumni chairman. posal forms will be furnished to 7.
we almost have the wood for th'e We're going to have Sam's folks from ,out of town: Mary Edwards qualified contractors upon application ters!

fireplace ,problem licked. We to Mixon, Jim Sewell, and of the reunions to this office for the sum of : x
cur new home for Thanksgivingand I Typical happy enjoyed last Friday was the '
$2.50 set. Orders for the documents
':: have ,a good pile of pine, whichdoesn't Ppshia; Smith Brown, all of Jack.JWlle per I
Sam is
debating whether Q one of 31, whore membersare, !shown! clustered around their should be directed to the
throw much heat but be old-timey and ; ; J. ,B._ ..Strickland! Alma Administrator, Bradford County
makes a pretty fire,
oak white burns, slowly atl1rowc casion.! ,.a Trouble wild turkey is, today for that the ocr if Gainesville. are Hazel Adkins Guy, Bill Graham, Annie Mae Pearce Easor, to the Bradford. No County refund HospitalCorporation. will be SILCOX CITIES SERVICE I

a lot of rnat, and now all you do shQcot w I Milton Brownlee, and J, R. ((Nookie) Wainwright. made for any of the above chargesfor
out in the woods
ire need is some fatwood or lighter Dr. Sam Sternberg of Daytona ____plans___,. _and_u___proposal._ ____.forms._..__ .Apnrpoa 7Ar. Tomnla A rania C' 1'ln:
u', hit a game warden I' : l guaranty conllillung01 -- --" LCU"AGe
wood. to get them started. I instead of a lohh1pl'.. Beach, Col. Owen W. Griffin otfjt. attended the dance later in the THE RIGHT POINT for the i either a certified check, cashier's
----- I heck, or a surety bid bond In
Augustine, and Mrs.. I
Randolph evening. From out of town were amount of 5% of the amount bid. 'ciiiis ct\ :
Koree way you write. Come In and select r ,
,of, ;Jacksonville: were among Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar, and made payable to the Bradford I
your favorite ESTEKBROOK I County Hospital Corporation must CNAME'S ... oS .. ;: J
Out out of town graduates of 1927 Mr. and Mrs. Hal Rowland, Jack-
Fountain Pen. accompany each bid.
1 attending the after game festlvit sonville; Mr. and :Mrs. James Ked- TELEGRAPIL The!. ,Board, of, Trustees!. ,Bradford: :;
es at the Junius M. Smith home dish; Kingsley take; Mr. and Mrs.:

,Of."The. f on St. Clair St. :Marion Manning. Avon Park; Mr. ';I

and Mrs. Robert Turner, State -

-.., ,l" ....1 Th 2 cjass of 1931 enjoyed refreshments Farm; and Mrs. and Mrs. Billy DEALER "'Try-Ilfote. II '

..PRAISESHOMECOMING\ at the Bill Graham Miles, Macclenny. YO"-'UI OFFER !

Editor Telegraph: home{ before attending the alumni
Past ,t
,. May .I; suggest .these ,thought dance. "From out of town were Vocational Service s

hs an individual about my feelingsin Hazel Adkins pay: Milton Browne :..

... regard to : and Dora Manning Beasley: At
[Edited By Alice our finest BHS Topic
McGargey3We'migltt'li all of Gainesville; and Annie Mae
\ Homecoming.: ,After last Friday!
f1,a sentence from nwW's, 'celebration. I think'{ Pearce'Ensor of Jacksonville. Vocational Service was the pro- >

a Nov 1933 'issue of' 'the Telegraph time that we analyze the good gram tcpic at the Rotary Club
and use l it. to sum up'tile 1958 election Spirits, ihe.friendly feelings, and ,Fourteen members of '35 gathered ; RmiEE
Wednesday when Chairman p, T.
It read at the Ed
;; "It begins to look Intl\.that.; .came from: it;Truly Torode home for a 5 3

as if G. 0., P", stands for' 'Gone this should have been done many Open- house after the Homecoming Nolin and several of his committee -

:. Out Permanently." yearsagp" : parade. Out of town alumni members discussed this im-

t,.Nt T 1s' kind included James and Elizabeth: Service.R. .
,of entertainment re- portant phase of Rotary

The Tornadoes played their mind'me.of ,the county,-and city Hollingsworth Hair, .Lake-city; E. Edmondson told of plans for
first first game under lights : ; Mildred Hundley Hazen" ,Guy Fri- \
; in cejebrations that used to be.held" introducing Rotary's Four-Way
;, St...Augustine.during November, of several go, Ivan Sponholtz, and Alma 1 1O.DayHOmeRL A
years' ago and takes; my Tests to students in the local : :
I 1933. Although Ketterlinus beat thoughts.back to my youth'when: all of Jacksonville; Mary schools. 0 6Y ,
the local boys St. Augustine Torode Hieatt Orlando; Audrey | and the Fj c O Lf
< all,, the : 'Ih-Corona H
.peoplein the county and the,S
: $sportswriters had some nice things city would together Carlisle, Miami! ,; and William B. W. Payne reported on plans: Toke home. retor d s. Use this x K c : t '

to'say about.our 'BHS team including about, the 4th come of along Wooten, Anniston, Ala., A special for 'a Ladies Night party to be free couch oble.typan for 10 full days. If v a N ,;
July for f a mammoth ) held by the club early in December great port take ++ _. r"
"Bradford high school put ; ce celebration: fish fry; or barb guest was Charles (Red) Larsoncf decide to keep 't, you can ;qa

cne ,of, the 'finest teams' on the cue. Gainesville, BHS football coach i you 2 to POY'x 3
I of that year. up to years : ,, ;
field _
ever seen here. The' team I, fc{ one who finished schoqlseveral ._ =
was handled by a 130-lb. Quarterback Indecent Exposure c- r
years: ago.really enjoyed .
The Pecan Room of the Garden
Sullivan Carter who exhibited the: .friendly ,and.warm atmosphere I, Restaurant Case Held Over '
some of the flashiest playing was the setting forClass
by a schoolboy the writer! prevailed among all.1 i of 1942's after-game party, i
I think It's good for our community with 21 members The case of Frank Delano Ca-
attending. Alumni
f n the has State ever :'seen.Farm..-'Carter was' from and our own personal feelingsto from out of town were Enos- son, 24-year-old Lake City white : i I T.

tie hold celebration about every Hayes, Miami; Came,Koker. Dan man, arrested here Oct. 22 on a -

M Citrus two or three years.. I firmly believe Hazen Margie Rosier, and Mr. charge of indecent exposure, was .
i wouldn't'you like to turn
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the, calendar,'back : ,with the same spirit and Mrs. W. S. Bosch, all of Jacksonville continued until Nov, 26 plea day i F
just :long en 1
displayed as this time and carriedon '
; Louie Lee in County Judge's Court.
oughto shop at the J & R Store through the that Wainwright, ; t a aE
for years it wouldbe Avon Park; Dave Shuford, Law- Judge T. A. Yawn agreed to
a 3-piece sweater, jacket andshirt one .
of the most 'ben ficial. tey; Mrs. A. C. ,:Mvldeton l c '
: Ft continue the case upon condition : -
set 249. They also had
twin sweater sets- plain shades events that could,come to our city I Myers, .Md Hilda Jackson, Keystone that the defendant submit voluntarily .
and county, and would iri'eatliadd
and fancy'- for: $1.98 a set Let's to our'schools.: to psychiatric examination!

get several. ,I. *. With 'these' thoughts in mine d}I. Fifteen members-of '42 sat to- condition Cason's ,lawyers and his agreed bond was to con-this 7lus ORON; ? -ni A Great Buy af Just

could I be the first to make a donation gether at the alumni banquet and \
,Dr. Parka,'who had his office tinued at $1,000.
to our alumni association, _d _' NY a \1 \J
and home destroyed fire a few when it gets organized to carry on J1\\' 14685

months- before opened' 'an'of1 !' in the future ,
this program whichI I 4. \t \

over Canova's Pharmacy across] think.will .be a great thing for 1 \ $23.95$ TOUCH.TYPING
the hall from Dr. 0.. L. :Haynes \ '
our community and us as individuals tU RECORD ALBUM
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In 1933 the senior class of BHS I '1: '
Merrill Edwards 9 .. Your chance to TRY BEFORE YOU
., invited all alumni ,to be presenM' t j t .""''f < < <- n1 'I\-U BUY. ..end get the J23.95G.ft

at the 3rd annual ,homecoming, "1 Guaranteed for: the LIFE of ":.' nt. ,,, W E ',U'.. FREE, toot You'll love the SILENT

h' on Hoy 17, with a football game pointed 1933'&ai Sale Chairmanfor I ." your ',:.: 1; r -1\.1\\ ; .. ..a c SUPER with its big machine fea

tgainst.Ne berry,in'the afternoon Bradford County by the Florida .** I\ r -,., 1"\1. tures. 88 character keyboard,

::. 'and ;A reception' and dance in the ,Tuberculosis.& Health, As cor4. at No Extra Cost > U r ". ,- ;, \ 1\ key-set tabulator, page gage
evening. socia tion. 'j I I i < : 1\\\\C.\\ \ -. ..' : 1 for bottom margins, choice of i
\) \ k S't' colors. AN value!
.t I I j I. t'\ t\ "it. "un AMAZING
With the thermometer near BHS post-graduates: made $15 Why waste l.t l. ; U\t>it t .,11.t'' .. ;
I 'muffler
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money on a new few years t
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freezing: :some hardy BHS .$u.dents -. en a revue which packed, .the I I = .' &s The Whole! Family Can < ,

and teachers' left Starke. auditorium., The following without this guarantee Stop in today and let us in- I i 10. Jh"- .
I num-I 'tt! ? :
2 a.. m and drQve Jo Keystone, bers were; :given:,"A,Good r ? ., LISTEN and LEARN Teach Typing. .

:'Heights ,to watch ,>a< display of Hard, to Find", Estelle,,Kendrick I| stall one of the "Life of Your Car" Mufflers. :' -" .- :

meteorites from the pjer..Tfce 1933. and Leila..Dea "Andrews;,:songby ,x t with this ,Educator Approved Course!

: StarGazers :were'JorUfied! with Florice: Sheppard; humorous mon- .::.= E : '
: : and hunt"
Soy goodbye 10 peck typing! lea than on hour a day for
-,weiners,and gjl'ons of hot coffee olgue, by Marjorie.. Stump; piano THIS MUFFLER AT THE SAME PRICE OF ANY = juti 10 deyt and YOU CM b. a touch fypirit It meant better grade

Z .1..y *"> .0> sclo,-"1t's the Talk of the Town ". for students <. a money-making skill for men and women. Leant to

k. The Ads Ihstofe.; was ,opened Mrs CoO Brown; song-"I Like .. ORDINARY- :MUFFLER' < WITH A WRITTEN GUAR- ''j type the correct way, this wry way with recadiegdTAKEUPTO2YEAflSTOPAY !

'-1ete; ljoy.. flJ3. under, the. Mountain.Music" by Ruth Stern- ANTEE FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR!

:JD"l\Ucm i ; Rut pf Jlapb eoton.,1be berg;; 'dance, by Mignon Sissoni i '

'li\lrk)' 'branch jece.ntly clw ost t. song ,by. Patsy .Ruth Wainwright;. <,. ,

after 25 years,'iq the community,, and.a' Skit.ay. Mignon Sisson.RutJvSternberg y.-
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Weds H. V. Knight Jr. t.:.., ; ,-1.;,..-;.t(... ,._'.: .. ,..i ': .:", .' ':' ,..;., For Buck-Richarde Honor' New Members
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Miss Joy Brower daughter of .. 'b .'_ '.-.I< Th Garden Restaurant was '_ _. -' Thanksgiving banquet 110ndayeFening
; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brower of I at tIle club house honor
the settingfor a delightful dm-
-. Gainesville, and Hollis Knight Jr., .. -"', :" ,( ing new members.
r:' ; : ., ner party last Friday evening given -
I ; ron of Hollis V. Knight of Starke The lace covered buffet table in
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? t'u. LO' t" ''by Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hitch
U .. II----I '. _. UII. ._OJ_..,_"_ __.__--- and Mrs. J. Fitzpatrick of Jack- .. : ,::.i'. :' ._..}s.-.... .:.7f -,,':'t, and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns of the sunroom held a centerpiece or

sonville Beach, were married at .'r.'..,,,,' '" ...'.." .'. '-,. ;!'<".. Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. H. A.)' : 'f a golden candelaora with burning
5; p.m. Sunday Nov. 2, in the lona 1. ', -It,:-,.'.(o;f;, '"..'\':," r.y) Durden of Jacksonville Beach, r ; yellow candles. On either side
Chapel of the First ; .1p t of filled
Presbyterian horns with
Li.r were plenty
J.'f: : : honor Miss Jane Richarde
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Church, Gainesville. Dr. U. S. ', -. ., ,""". I autumn fruit. The dessert table
Gordon, pastor, officiated at the *: -*, '. Jf .:.r j' .; -, :=' <*$! Lyle Haywood Buck Ill. fOlloW-I further carried out the 'Thanksgiving -
:.- : ; : ;: ing their wedding
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double ring ceremony. .. theme with a yellow checkered -
I i %# ..-s'.:.,. . .- ,' ,';,. ,. >7J,:, The T-shaped dining table was tablecloth, centered with a
Miss Merchant .....
Margaret church f ',,'-', -. -" ,.."", ,' \: ,,.....' ., overlaid with white linen cloths I
organist, played a program of -: t"t' .s. ': ; <-, end had a beautiful centerpiece ot single yellow candle. White linen
1 I '. .' .: cloths, covered the 12 individual
wedding music the : '
preceding cere- i .
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: ; .n. .... .. rink chrysanthemumsand
'; *o'C""'" tables and each had a single yellow
i mony.The chapel was decorated .. ,
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1ld: (I with palms and arrangementsof Ltw. I p Hanked: by silver candelabra hold- or green candle as centerpiece.

*/ : white gladioli and pompom I <\ \ :< : 5p: > : : ing burning pink tapers. Garlands The program for the eveningwas

chrysanthemums.The ." l -:: '" ',',-""", .....'-..... of greenery, interspersed a fashion show with Penny
bride wore a white suit i t .. ., ',,,, $.i ;" with white extended the Hollingsworth in charge. Serving
trimmed with fur, and her small ) t. :r ,' : : : of the tables. Miss as models were Shianne Snuth,
I at..w .f( : length Pat Hobbs
i white satin hat had a shoulder ; J i } .s ) -j* The 29 guests attending included I I I Martha Dayton, Barbara Bates,
veil of tulle. Her bndal : '," : .: ToVed Mr. Charlene Hardy, Mary Agnes
length j I : 1 .""," members of the immediate Barry !
.J.I& -; :Matthews Betty Ann Summons
corsage. was an orchid. .' ,, '. -- families and the wedding party. On December 20 and HoU
Mrs. Howard Brower, :'sister-in- I ': : .., ,. ,. I Pat Humphries, Penny
law of the bride, was matron ot : z, lingsworth.After .
honor and wore a blue sheath L:4J{I. : .'. ',.' .J'ft,. ';\;, Alumni Dance Mr. and Mrs. James Columbus j I| the program. a short ''bus-
$ dress, with white accessories. Her Enjoyed By ManyThe Hobbs announce the engagementand ness session was held. Plans

: corsage was an orcrid. approaching marriage of: were discussed and committees
ii Robert Byrd was best'" for ,! their for the Christmas
i man Alumni dance, sponsoredby daughter, Patricia to Lloyd were appointed

the bridegroom. the Junior Woman's Club, was \\ilbur Barry, son of Mr. and dance.

1 Mrs. Brower, mother of the held last Friday night after the Mrs. Lloyd Barry of Brooker. The Hostesses for the evening were
.* 'i bride, wore blue lace over tatfeta. Homecoming game in the Armory. Helen Kelly, Lucretia Cumbee,
wedding will be an event of Dec.
Her accessories were blue and her F......._--- % .." -.- ,..';.,.." = $, Prizes were Awarded to the oldest and Linda Green.
--1' "Ii 20 at 7:30: in the First Meth-
an orchid. The bnde- p.m.
and alumni. Mrs. Fos
youngest Approxi- Mrs. E. Matthews,
: I groom's mother, Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Miss Richarde 350 odist Church of Starke. No invitations and Miss Delia
r : $J Jane And Lyle' Buck III mately people attended. tei Shi Smith,
was gowned in pink lace over pink are sent, but all
: .J The dance was highly success- being Rosenberg were Senior sponsors
taffeta. Her accessories matchedher Exchange Vows, I In Methodist Chu.rch'Rites ful because of the diligence put I friends of the couple are invited for the meeting and Mr. and llrs.

.1.i gown, and pink rosebuds formed -, I II forth by 'the following members: I to attend. Charles Hardy took pictures.
her corsage. ,A beautiful wedding ceremony<< I j I sanUiemums in, large containers I II I,
: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrd entertained was performed at 7:30 o'clock :Saturday I|I I and potted palms formed a lovely'. Mrs: James Chitty, Mrs. Ronald Both Miss\ Hobbs and Mr. Bar
Griffis, Mrs. Lennard Register.
after the wedding in evening in the First Methodist 1 background for the wedding par I ry are graduafes of tsradtonl Girl Scouts Hold
honor of the brida. couple. Afterwards i: Church when Rev. Donald ty. Guests were greeted at 'the Mrs. Dclph Reddish' Miss Betty County High School in the class : i

they left for a wedding trip F. Kokomoor united Miss Harriet door by Mrs. Herbert C. Hitch J I Jane Morgan Mrs. J. T. Pollard of 1958. Miss Hobbs is currently i Investiture Rites

__ _to Sou tit Florida, and will resIdein Jane Richarde and Lyle Haywood ;and Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews i Mrs. Ovid Bennett, Mrs. Drew employed by>the State Industrial
Jacksonville.Mrs. Buck, m, in marriage. The 'bride ;and presented to the receiving Reddish, Mrs. Seymour Marco I Commission in Tallahassee and Kathy! Myrick, who was chosen

Knigfit is a graduate of is! the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. line composed of Mr. and Mrs.I' Mrs. E. R. Moench Mrs. Randal her fiance is attending the University : Girl Scout of the Year was rec-
Chitty, Mrs. Jack Griffin, Mrs. !, ognized with an award Tuesday
P. 1':. Yonge School and bf Florida Henry' Morgan Richarde of the! :Richarde, Mrs. Buck, tne bride and of Florida. After the
Miss ,Nancy DuPre Weds State University, where she was State Farm andthe, bridegroom is| groom, and 'the attendants. I II j'i Ben Moxley, Miss Sylvia Paulk, wedding, the couple will reside in evening at the annual Scout Investiture -
I Ensign Mcintyre Mrs. J. D. Warren. Mrs. Richard held in the Starke
the son of Mrs. .Iararet Buclc ot Gainesville.
on the dean's list and majored in I I I The ""bride's table ,was overlaid
I!" Military Ceremony At Newport R. I. secretarial science. Palatka and L H. Buck of ack- with an imported linen cloth with Cauffman. Mrs. George Shuford Woman's Club.
; sonville.. Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr., and Mrs. _" ,,", .. _._"-. Mr. Knight, a of Bradford
i insets cf Alencon lace and embroidery '
The marriage of Miss Nancy : trimmed with matching satin High JJJLhool: served for three As the wedding guests assem- The table was centered Kenneth Grider.Appreciation Yi :3Et;_ : girls were inducted into the Girl

Louise DuPre. daughter of Mr. I bands, ccmplimented with white years in:the 7th Cavalry Regimentof bled a program of nuptial music with a four-tiered wedding cake! goes to E. R. ;,\- Scouts and 16 received their second

and Mrs. James Haley DuPre of I accessories and a corsage of pink the 1st Cavalry Division inJapan. was offered by Mrs. E. K. Perry-I with flesh colored atehaDDtis -': Moench Randal Chitty, Drew I year pins and badges. Ten

Starke, arid Ens Byron Gene Mc- sweetheart roses, : Hfc is fc member ol toe : man, organist, aunt of the brute, :land and sjgfcij imled green\/'Reddish, Ben Moxley Dr. Seymour i i4f B" mntt\ tfutI \>ttx4

Inlyrf, USNR, son of Mr. and I Mrs. Mcintyre mother ol the 'rifle team and the 7th Cavalry I Gilbert Ncwcomb, soloist, who : 2 eaves. It rested on a lull nylon I> Marco. J. T. Pollard and : year pins and eight new Brownie

Mrs. Joseph Eugene McIntyre of bridegroom, chose an emerald Chorus. : sang "Because" and ''WhitherThou ,tulle ruffle with showers of narrow Harold Davis, who gave a helping' : were invested.A .

Jacksonville, was solemnized at 11 green ensemble of peau! de sole Goest." Trie' traditional satin ribbons caught at intervals hand. I delightful fashion show and'fkit

a.'mon Saturday Nov: 1. 'in the silk, fashioned along sheath lines. wedding marches were used dur- I with miniature nosegays ot was put on by members ,of
Chaj>el-by-the-Sea Newport, R. I. Her accessories were emerald ing the ceremony' I shattered" white carnations. The:i Rehearsal Dinner both the Girl Scout and Brownie

Chaplain Arthur P. Finam green and she wore a corsage of The altar of the church was cake was topped with stephanotis! For troops which depicted the Scout
TJSN. officiated at the double ring, yellow sweetheart roses. beautiful with a central sunburst and puffs of nylon tulle with I DuPre-McIntyre law and the Scout wearing ap-

military ceremony. A program of Immediately after the wedding.Mr arrangement of, giant white chrysanthemums white satin loops of narrow nb-I Wedding Party parel.
wedding music preceded the rites. and Mrs. DuPre, parents of 4e gladioli and cushion bons. Flanking the cake on either I p The Girl Scout troop has grownso

The chapel altar was beautifully'' the bride, entertained at a wed- mums. On either side were two aide were antique candelabra entwined i Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph Eugene I large that it is being split into

decorated with white chrysanthemums -'I ding breakfast at the Viking fan-shaped arrangements of the .' with, smilax. '' In front of]I McIntyre of Jacksonville entertained two troops. Leaders for qne

carnations, potted palms Hotel. The U-shaped table was same flowers centered with white each candelabra was placed a I: at a rehearsal dinner party ': ''troop' will be Mrs. C. R. Tillman

r and English ivy. Brass candelabra, overlaid with a white satin srtin bows and showers of white kissing tfcll fashioned. of putts of: 'Friday evening, Oct. 31. in the souf: Mrs. Smith DeVoe. The otherleadW'wffl }

holding white lighted tapers, casta Damask cloth and centered witha satin ribbons. These were placed nylon' net and narrow satin bows i lounge of the Viking Hotel Newport be Mrs. R.B.. Cauff
soft glow over the setting. beautiful arrangement of white against a background of potted' which; held- a- mocernistic French I I. R. I. honoring their son, man and .Mrs. Lola Garbett J, rs.
The bride, who was given in carnations and sweetheart roses palms and cathedral candles jn cascade of white- carnations and I I j' Ensign; Byron Gene McIntyre and J. D. Warr u is. Brownie leader,

marriage\bjihe* father. :was attended -. In, delicate shades of. inb branched candelabra. The pe\ s smilax.. '.. -.r"p '"l his fiancee, Miss Nancy DuPre of I Ii Fcllowjng the.. .Investiture and
by Miss Martha Ross. : The bride's table was -covered I were marked with candle brackets The punch table: was covered: Sk"wh, i se wedding' 'T.*was* an i -" i i progrpm.tefrtlunents served

NeWpOrt R. I. as maidofhonorand with a pink imported cloth, out- 1(4- to which were attached white satin ,with an Italian cutwork cloth and I I event of Saturday morning, Nov. 'I to the approximately 50 guests by

Mrs, Watson Lunt Briston. lined with English ivy and centered bows and leather leaf ferns. centered with, a sliver tray holding 1st. I i! Miss Kathryn Tyler I the Scout leaders and assistants

R. !.. her. matron of honor. They with a three-tiered wedding cake k'I Miss Joan Scholl was chosen to the punch bowl. Around the bowl I!: Attending the affair were members I To \Ved Dr. Brown I Mrs. Harry Elrod Mrs. Arch

wore similar gowns of Royal blue topped with a miniature bride and serve as maid of honor, and the I smilax was interspersed at intervals i I of the wedding party and Strickland, and Mrs. W. M. Smith.

taffeta, ballerina length and Dior groom. A garland of English ivy bridesmaids were Misses Joyce with white frosted grapes. i close friends of the two families In Spring Ceremony

headbands with veils which complimented surrounded; the white embossed | Scholl, Linda Johns, Sandra Johns, i The refreshment table, was also i[' attending the wedding. Circle FiveVSCS

their ensembles. They ,cake. Ensign and Mrs. McIntyre and Nancy Bates. All attendants I ove1'laidth an Italian cutwork' The table, laid for 20 guests, A Spring wedding is planned by '

carried bouquets of pale lavender 'cut the caake with the traditional wore identical gowns of change- cloth and at one end was a five was overlaid with an ivory satin. Miss Kathryn Marie Tyler and[ Elects Officers
chrysanthemums, tied with pink sword after which Mrs. James Os- able taffeta 'in a lovely melon branched candelabra to which was!' damask cloth and centerpiece of. Dr. Marcus F. Brown. whose engagement
: shade The new Circle 5 of the First
tulle featuring
borne of Jacksonville presided.The portrait attached a spray of shattered carnations -1.1 chrysanthemums, shading from was announced last
with bodice shirred at the waist'! Methodist WSCS met recently in
Ensign John Coburn served as bride's book was kept by Mrs. Green-Coiana and Pinccchio ivory to a deep bronze. On either, week by her parents. Mr. and
the and elected the
2nd: attached to a full bouffant chrysantheI I parsonage
man for the bridegroom, and Stewart W. Beckett of Kingsley } > mums and showers side of the arrangement were Mrs. Chares A. Tyler of 915 Mad
officers Mrs. C. S.
following I :
skirt with
ushering for the wedding guests Lake, who. with her husband, Mr. and Mrs; Ernest Green of bows complimented tapering to points butterfly at the white satin ribbons. three-branched brass candelabra ison Ave., Daytcna Beach. I Haddo chairman; Mrs. Jas. K.lEchart .
were Ensigns Watson Lunt. Jack were among the out-of-town Starke announce the marriage of Cutting the ,bride's cake were holding burning bottle-green The bride-elect was born in I co-chairman
hemline in the back. Jack
,Araneo Marvin They wore I : Mrs.
tori Bamburg, Salva-,guests attending the wedding. their daughter, Berniece, to Efisio headdresses ofmelon shade velvet j I Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. and Mrs. T. tapers. Louisville, Ky. and moved to Daytona I Eaves, secretary.treasurer: Mrs.
Poppalardo and Charles Ensign and Mrs. McIntyre Coiana, Jr. of Starke, son of Mr. l Beach in 1951. She was
Turchi. trimmed with pearls, to which I T. Long. Miss Frances Durden, fconville. G. S. Newcomb, chairman spiritual
For her garduated in June from the University and Mrs, COiana Sr. of Italy, were attached scalloped net veils. cousin of the bride, kept the Also Mrs. Joy Wood and Mrs. graduated from Mainland High i 'i life; Mrs. W. L Blair, chairman

gown of wedding, the bride worea of Florida, the latter ma- which took place Saturday afternoon The attendants carried French bride's book. SerVMg punch were H. P. Moye of Orlando; Mr. and School where she was a memberof i flowers; Mrs. James Holllngs.
white Chantilly lace iDling in elementary education.She Nov. 1, at 3:30: o'clock in 'cascade of Jo the Keyettes Beta Club and'
over white bouquets Mary roses Mrs. Charles Sawyer of Jackson Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa; Mr. : worth ccurtesy chairman; Mrs.
Mandarin, satin, fashioned witha is a member of Zeta Tau St. Edward's Catholic' Church and shattered carnations in shadesof ville, Mrs. James Rowe, and Miss and Mrs. Clifford Schoenmafcer ot Annual Staff, and from Jackson i i J Harry Green, project chairman;

bodice with neckline a fitted Alpha sorcrity. Ensign McIntyre with Rev. Cornelius Dougherty light to deeper' melon, with Margaret Rose Duncan. Presiding West Palm Beach; Mrs. M.. K. Memorial School of Nursing in i Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, membership -

points at long sleeves ending in received his degree from the College performing the double ,ring ceremony puffs of nylon 'tulle against a at the coffee services were I I Griner of Lake Butler; :Mrs. Joe Miami. chai.rman.I .

bouffant the wrists and a full of Architecture in fine arts background. matching satin Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and lrs. Annie 'Hiett and daughter, Kathy, of Dr. Brown is the son of Mrs.

chapel train.skirt extending into a and is a member of Phi Kappa Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly loops. R. Norman, aunts of the bride Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. 'and Mrs. H. Marcus F. Brown and the late I Social l Club Meets

'(French illusion Her veil of imported Phi, social fraternity. After his were the couple's only attendants.A Serving as best man for the Also assisting in serving were A. Durden, Miss Frances Durden, Mr. Brown of Starke. He gradu

was arranged froma graduation from U. of F., Ensign reception was held after the bridegroom was Byron Newcomb, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. S. K. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyerof ated from Bradford County High i The 'Starke Social ClUb met last

'with Mary lace Stewart cap, trimmed McIntyre entered USNR Officers' wedding at the home of Mr. and and the ushers were William Buck,: Johns, Mrs. H. A. Durden, Mrs. H. Jacksonville Beach; Mr. and: School in 1951; received his B. A.I Thursday evening in Ce Methodist

and pearls. She carrieda Candidate School in Newport, R. Mrs. Robert Robinson for members his brother, James H. Bryan Jr. C. Brown, Mrs. Roy Ward, Mrs. Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and Miss degree from Emory University in Fellowship Hall. Hostesses were

and cascade white bouquet cf tube roses 'I. from which he was graduated of 'the immediate families of Palatka, Edmond May of Jack- Lester Crews, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair', Elise Jones of Gainesville; and 1954, and his M. D. from the Mrs. Bertha Pearce and }lrs. W.

purple-throated orchids and commissioned last week. and friends.Mr. sonville, and James Howe of Mrs. Logan Baldwin Miss Elise Mr. and Mrs. J. it. Chasteen 'of University of Miami in 1958. His G. Haile.

satin ,, with showers of, white I After \isiting with their guests, Coiana is employed at Starke. Jones, Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mrs. J.W. keystone Heights, and Mr. and now interning at Cone Hospitalin 1 The next meeting will 'be Nov.

ribbon. Following the cere- I the couple left by motor for Port Bradford Furniture Corporation. The bride, who was given in Kincaid, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. L. H. Buck of Jacksonville. Greensboro, N. C. i IS at St. Edwards Parish Hall.
'mony the bridal couple marched : Hueneme. Calif., where Ensign marriage by her father, chose for Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. J. R. Wain- I

,from the chapel through an arch McIntyre will report for duty Nov. Ethel Biggs Circle her wedding a superb creation of wright, Mrs. Charles Darby, and
f formed by crossed swords held by 9. For traveling the bride wore a i white Peau de Soie fashioned with Misses Mary Katherine WainWright -

fellow officers of the USNR. Royal blue costume suit fashionedof Met Tuesday a Sweetheart neckline, close fIt- Flora Slade, Mary Agnes

For her daughter's wedding knubby knit imported wool, ting bodice which buttoned down 'Matthews, and Anne* Matthews.
Mrs. DuPre was attired in a Dior featuring black The Ethel- Biggs Circle of the .
a lynx fur collar the back with tiny covered but-, After spending some time with
",blue, two-piece Bianchinl gown, ) worn with black accessories.HerlongAdams First Baptist Church met Tues- tons. The bodice and skirt were their guests the young couple lett 1
day evening Nov. 11, at the home I '
trimmed with appliqued motifs of 01 a short wedding trip to New
Elementary PTA of Mrs. W. B. Mundy, with co- Chantilly lace. The close tilting I'Orleans.! The bride chose for ;.
hostesses Mrs. Gene Long and L sleeves formed the i V. --4--
lily points over '
traveling a becoming coral wool -
Gets Health Tips ,A wedding of interest was that Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. hands,and the full skirt fell into iJ! 'suit''' with white fur collar! and \ ;_ _
The business meeting was pre a Chapel train. Her veil was l -..-===--
For Children of Mrs. Carrie Adams of Starke white fur felt hat complimented = .
and William Frank Herlong ot sided over by Mrs. C. A. Knight, made of three tiers of imported I i i with white blouse and glOVes and Another

The Starke Elementary PTA Saluda, S. C., performed Thursday circle chairman. silk bridal illusion, in finger tip I II I'! gray suede bag and :shoes. After .
met Tuesday Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m.: Nov. 6, in the First Methodist Nineteen members and two ,visitors length, and was attached to a'' Nov. 17 'they will !be at home at

in the cafetorium with the devo- Church College Park, Ga. by' the enjoyed an interesting pro bandeau of Chantilly lace with : ti"07 Cottontail Lane,"'. Cedar Hills :

tional given by Father. corneilius : Rev. L. R. Strickland. gram "Taiwan" and the mission pearls and rhinestone trimming., Estates, Jacksonville. 'EDDERS"fFIRS1'

Dougherty. It wjas\ decided that Attending the couple were Mrs. work being carried on there, She carried a French cascade .The bride is a graduate of BItS,

two delegates should be sent to Adams' son-in-law and daughter, given by Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr.. Mrs. bouquet of stephanotis and L i class of "56 and is now employedby _
the State Convention. in St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turnipseed Paul Carter Mrs. N. B. Rosier,, shattered carnations centered L the Veteran's Administration -----

., i and two sons of East Point, Ga., Mrs. E. F. Miles, and Mrs. J.: D. with a white orchid and L : in Jacksonville. ,Mr. Buck grad- T -
A good report was given by the and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Best ot Seymour. Devotion was given by end was attached to a Bandeau of i uated from BHS, class of '55, -- -

finance chairman.Mrs. Thompson. College Park, a suburb of Atlanta. Mrs. Geo. Anders. cl\antiUy lace with pearls and I served two years in the Army, and VA-

QU the PTA Halloween Carnival.In Mr. and Mrs. Best were hosts The December meeting will beheld rhinestone trimming: She earned I is now working for the Buick division --i--- IIhII1'U

spite of bad weather it was at a small reception at their home in the home of Mrs. C. J. a French cascade bouquet of step. of General Motors in Jack-
declared a financial success. After following the wedding. I Houpt. fcanotis, and shattered carnations sonville. i'iiiIV' CHEATING'II1IJbI'T1tII1i1rtv

the' business meeting, Mrs. Harry While on a week's wedding trip centered with a white orchid"ndinterspersed I Among the out-of-to\\'n guests :

Rabb introduced the speaker, Dr. to Florida Mr. and Mrs. Herlong; Birthday with satin leaves, :'were Mrs. :Marshall Jeter, Mr. and : and 'cooling'
James C. Lanl|-, who gave some Party pearls, puffs of tttlle *
visited her son and daughter-in- nylon narrow 1 Mrs. Stanton Brunner, Ann and
T\ interesting health tips for chil law, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams in L For Bobby Dodd satin ribbon loops and small, Lucille, Hr. and Mrs. :Max Bog e, -k1TI__ _1_ Thin low design! Thrmott control
dren. Starke on Monday.Mr. hearts. Mrs. John Sistrunk, Charles U. ,, Pushbutton control!
and Mrs. will Bobby Dodd celebrated his eighth Mrs. Richarde mother of Completely automatic Fitter!, oetruM,
Herlong beat the Smith. Miss Kay Frances Smith, FEOOEtS. WORLD'S :, dehum.d.Us. '"beat and cools!"
Circle Four WSCSCircle home at his cattle ranch in I birthday anniversary Saturday afternoon bride selected for her daughter's I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Urquhart Mr. LARGEST MAKER OF ROOM :
4 of the First Methodist Saluda. S. C. after their wedding with a party for 18 wedding a striking powder blue 'and Mrs. J. H.. Bryan Jr., Mr. and .. the 'ideal" solution ROOM All
trip. friends. I lace sheath gown complimentedwith Mrs. Zack Hunsuckle, Miss Shi- tomodeniwintrrzndoor AT THIS LOW. LOW "HDDEIS'$25995
WSCS: met Tuesday night at the
The held contort problems.SHEPHERD'S.
party was on the lawn a corsage of cymbidium or ,
ley Ussery, Mrs. Y. R. Erusburg, .
home of Mrs. Drew Reddish with ; "
School PTA chids. I
the program being a review ot High where games were played and refreshments all of Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Shaw 1.t ,
served. The birthdaycake : Mrs. Buck, mother of the bridegroom Buck and daughter, Carolee, otGroveland
the first chapter of the book. "Ke- To Hear PanelThe featured a stage coach and: was gowned in a stunning Miss Thelma Gilbert
covery of Family Life," given by I cowboys on the top. The young, rose velvet ensemble on princess 3 Gene Beckham Miss Dons MacDougal. RADIO & 'LTV
Mrs. D! D. Bachman.
Bradford High School PTA sters received favors of small umbrellas -! lines and
Fouraker Joe
complimenting her out-, Charles ,
An interesting feature of the will meet Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 8 I flags, and balloons. -
fit and
was Mr. Mrs. Edmond
a corsage of sweetheartroses. I Rodgers, '
evening was a "silent auction" p. m. in the library. A panel discussion Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. was assisted Miss Louise Olson Miss INMAN D. 'GREEN, Owner
i May, ,
conducted "chairman
t by the ot will be conducted by in and I
serving caring for lieron's I Immediately after Frances' M. 'Ingram Jack -
the McDerhiott. -
finance, Mrs. S. P. Staneff, as a members of the Student Counc: I guests by her daughters, TV RADIOPHONE SEAT COVERS -. UPHOLSTE
'Anita 'Mr.
of ceremony, a reception was held in Miss Stock. and ]
means raising money. on the topic. "Know Your School. Mrs. Dan Priest of Live Oak. and Bruce Norman
the Methodist :Mrs. Jr., Mrs. An-
.Mrs .13. L. Moxley Jr. was co- The Fellowsflip Hall WP. 4-6901 .
executive board will meet in L STARKE; FLA.
Mrs. John B. Mrs. 226 W. CAtfrraGE -
hostess. Bapp'of Daytona j:Arrangements of white'gladioli i, Tde 'Nonnant; and Mr. and
the library at 7:30.
r_ Beach. I giant mums and .J : t
grnH white chry Jlomtl.L. .M DOMId, allot Jack. "


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TIimSDAY. NO\. IS. 1958

New Cancer Film. Seaboard Cuts Prizes Will Total Two Days Set Earl Mosley and children visited!sponsor a Thanksgiving Supperat I ress.. Acting Lt. Earl Chesser, in standing defensive play.

.. Office Force HereIn $114.75 At Party For Driver Monday evening,in Baldwin, Mac-; the Civic Club Friday night, I charge of the maximum security Statistics I
To Be ShownWomenOver2l denny and Starke. "November 21, beginning at 6 p.m. building at that time, admitted BUS FB

a general tightening up all This Saturday Upon request of County We are sorry to learn that Adult plates of turkey and dressing using stringent methods, but said First downs 7 5
Mary, Connie and Donnie Higjinbotham. j will be $1.00 while the chil- they were used to "restrain" rather -
along the line to cut down on expenses A. Yawn from rushing 4 3
Prizes totaling 114.75 will be Troop Commander daughters of Mr. andMrs i dren's plates will be 60 cents. than punish the He from
Capt. C. W. Hancock passing 2 1
lie Seaboard Air Lane has announcesthat
given away at the Shopportunity Ben Higginbotham are ill I Everyone is' cordially invited to said that to his knowledge Dunn
A new film that explains how reduced its office personnel here Party in front of Shepherd's Kadio the drivers license examiner with the flu. attend.. The proceeds of the'sup- had from penalties 1 1
never seen the methods in
I will te in Starke two Yards gained rushing 95 76
the second cancer killer days each II'
leading I
to the minimum of the agent, X. & TV this Saturday afternoon at Miss Minnie Groves has been per will be applied to the building use.
among women uterine cancer week instead of one. Yards gained passing 105 10
>L Smith, and a Effective 3 o'clock. pretty ill and had to be,taken toa fund.
can be virtually wiped out with porter. Examiner Price will be at the I Chester has been removed from Passes .attempted 8 5
Inman Green... owner of Shepherds Jacksonville doctor every day Revival To Be Held Next Week
the aid of a simple detection examination Nov. 1, the position "ol clerk-oper- courthouse each Thursday'and his post, and Sinclair said that i Passes completed 5 1
said that five items with from Friday through Monday. The revival service scheduled to
will be shown in the ator, held by M. F. Hazen, was Fnday from .9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for he now has a man under his Avg. distance punts 34.6 28.6
retail value of $7.95 each will be Hope'she will soon be well. start this week at the Congrega-
Slarkc Elementary :School:: cate- abolished.Mr. the convenience: of those wishing direct supervision in charge of Passes intercepted by 2 0
given away to persons in the We regret that little Carl tional Holiness Church at Max-
torium Thursday Nov. 20, at Sp.m. to( take drivers license examina- the maximum building. Fumbles lost 1 0
: Hazen, who ,has been with rrowd at the Ehopportunity event. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geor- ville have been postponed until security
Yards loot
I the Seaboard in Star!:? for 21 In addition to these, the usual five le Brown has been ill for the next Sunday night, November 16, I penalties 35

Produced for the American years, and has a total of 35:: years $5 "tilLs will be given away in the tions.MAYOR'S past several days with a cold and at which time Rev. Cleo Sorrow 'BBS Wins OverFernandina

Cancer Society and entitled "Time service altogether, is temporarily crowd, and the $25, 515, and $10 COURTMayor's :;roup. Hope he. is better"4)y. now. of Macon, Ga. will conduct the
and Two Women," the film is an filling the position of cash will be drawn for. '
clerkoperator prizes had The Maxville 4-H Club held services with prayer services held w. c. T. U.
important part of a 0road Court a light docket -
programby at Madison, tout will l continuehis Mrs. Reba Barnes of Hamptonwon their regular meeting at the schooln for the sick and afflicted each
the American Cancer Societyto this week with five traffic BeachCOntinued
speed the attack -on uterine residence in Starke. the $10 cash prize announcedat cases, only"fine; defendant appear- Monday and Helen and Alene night. The public is cordially invited -WHAT EVER MAKES MENGOOD

I I Agent Smith says that hours the last Shopportunity event, Sweat demonstrated to the class to attend. CHRISTIANS
defend his '
cancer. All women of Bradford ing to case, and one I
of serving the public will remain tut the ?25 and $15 prizes are how to make muffins. Baby Girl [ -from Page 11 THEM GOOD CITIZENS."
County over the'age of 21, areInvited traffic charge postponed from last
and I I the same with the exception ot: still unclaimed. week., Mrs. Hessie Adams of Doctor's Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Caldwell
urpfcd to attend. A
Sundays, when the office will be Inlet LaMee for his quarterback artistry (DANIEL WEBSTER LV
Everybody is Invited to come spent Saturday night and announce the arrival of a baby
nursery for children over tour cpen from 4 p.m. to 7 pjn. insteadof out and join in the tun at the Jack Harold :Manning, charged Sunday with her brother-in-law girl born in the Bradford County and Henry Hall Tom Stallings, HEALTH CULTURE.)

years old will be provided. 9:30: a.m. to 1 Shopportunity Party in front otShepherd's with reckless driving, pletsxl md sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Buford I I Hospital on Saturday November and Calvin Pace for their out-
and was I .
Mortality from utenne cancer guilty fined $37.
afternoon. Higginbotham and 8. The
Saturday daughter young lady weighed 7 Ibs.
has: dropped more than 40 per cent Postponed from last week

in the 25-year period, 1930-55, but detected in its earliest stages, although the trial of Rrfbert Louis Taccia was, Merle.Miss Jo Ann Parrish and Buddy Beverly.and 11 oz. and has been named llll ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing (iI II

it still claims the lives of some only 55 per cent of uterine Art Classes 'rA) I charged with failure to have vehicle Bradshaw of Jacksonville visited Established 1894 1111k II

10,000 women annually. cancers are now being cured. under control,
At Woman's Club causing an Monday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Dorothy Alvarez, ASC The newI7deveopecfce1lexam.thalon ;: accident. His plea was not guilty, D. J. Parrish and family. Brutality ChargedIn

chairman for Bradford County, test is described as making Prove PopularAn but the court found him guilty Mr.
.and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand
said the film ,showing will spearhead possible the detection of cancer and assessed a fine of $27 or sus- ,

a ccunty-wide drive to persuade cells months and often years;' enthusiastic group of 53 pension of license. Grace family Herrick visited in Jacksonville with Mrs. [ Prison The Citing Scriptures_ by Jack I-lmnm; ;

all women over 21 to have !before the cancer actually. becomes;I boys and girls turned out for the Those not appearing and' forfeiting ProbeContinued ; .
,evening.. i Investment with Divine Dividends
annual checkups, including the cell invasive. first session of "Art for Fun" in bond were: James Cecil
Mr.. Luie Butler and Mrs. Celia
examination for uterine cancer. Local doctors wuTi available the Woman's Club last Saturday Watkins, reckless driving, bond III-: .
This disease is believed to DC after the film presenfetion to an morning.Due $27; Thomas Bryant Harden, reck- Beckham:! -Jacksonville visitedSunday [ from Page 1] k ,.
evening with Mr. and Mrs.J. NOT SEEKING MIN OWN P20FI"I; -
nearly 100 per cent curable: when swer questions from the audience less driving by excess speed, bond
number already -
.to ,. large, ., .9". nIJn_ U'nn_ Uoo_'. ___ A. North and family and Mrs. frequently indicated his distaste _BUT.__THE, ... .PROFIT_ __ u Of___MANY THATIH : :;: ,
in tne Class, 11 was announced ,'I "UUGun VT doH en .a UIcun; Mary Wellhausen.Little rer the design and constructionof 6T M'SHT BC M BUI -
that Saturday. Nov. 15. I ninsr stop sign, bond $12; and Myrtle the maximum COR 103
Jackie Waters of security prison
1959 FORDS will be the last day to register for bond May$21.Mayor's Rees. passing yellow line, "I spent last week with his- which he declared "is everythingthat

the eight-week session. The classes : grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Waters a prison should not be." He
court will not be
sponsored by the Woman's xt week. held and family and this week little produced photographs showing

Are selling faster than Hula Hoops Club and directed by Mrs. C.' Marcia Roberson of Jacksonville how prisoners had cut through I

Scholl are held each Saturday HOSPITAL granddaughter is staying the iron locks with stainless steel

morning in the club building from ADMISSIONS with them. teaspoons and had actually removed -

AT 10 to 11:30.: The following patients were admitted We regret to learn that Miss doors from their hinges. ,prn

Last Saturday the group en- to Bradford County Hospital Ginger Cannon is suffering from Other photographs showed how

j drawing pencil sketches of during last week: Annie an attack of laryngitis. Hope you the prisoners destroyed mattresses -

vacation scene or event. "The Louise Wilkerson of Lawtey,. will soon be able to talk again beds, commodes, light fixtures,

1ERW1LLEGAR by Terry Walters, and Gladys Underhill, Bennie Frank Ginger. drain pipes, and littered the

MOTORSw ey Lake" by Gail Cruce irmans, Charlie'Deeding, Josephine We are sorry to learn that Mr. aisles of their cellblock debris.In .

ere selected as the best by pop- Strandberg. of Keystone John Wilkinson is ill and in the reply to committee questions "

lar vote. Heights, Margie Jeanette Lamb, St. Luke's hospital in Jacksonvile. attempting to fix responsibilityfor 4. ,

Other promising work turned in Velma Eunice Caldwell of Max- Hope he'll scon be home. I! conditions at Railford. Culver

by Class A 17 to 10 years] included yu le. Loma"Bonham, Burney Row- Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman andsons. said he didn't hear about the

:: : "Carlsbad Caverns" by sey Winkler, Maxie Carter, John B. F. and Donnie and riots until a visiting federal war- II II 3 ,

::: Have you Stephen Smith, "Fishing in Sand Darby Gaskins of'Lawtey, Betty daughter, Evelyn and Mr. and den from Texas heard reports and

ill" by Robert Foster, and "Rid- Mae Frisbee, of Doctors inlet Mrs. James Coleman and family otified him at his home. He

been"inviting"M i In the Woods, by, Gerry Howard Kelly 'ryus, Alvin C. Mr and Mrs. Ray Pellum and son said that wardens have complete
Downs Sr. of Monroe, Ga., Connie
and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning charge cf their institutions, even
1' 4' .' Janet Roberts of Raiford, Marjorie all enjoyed the fair at Speedway to hiring and firing of personnel
: In Class B [110 to
15 ]
burglars? years Louise Wade, Goldie Perry of Park last Tuesday night. under them.

honorable mention was given to Orange Park and Lucy B. White. : Buford and E. D. Higginbothamand Sen. Johns has criticized Culver -

There are certain precautions you should take to disk Emily Lewis for her sketch, Colored admissions were: Beatrice Dan Parrish all went fishingat for hiring out-of-state retired '
"Fun", to Maria Moore for "The I'
courage burglars. Before you leave for that vacation, Pool" Clark of Hampton' Ida Lit- Grandm Saturday and made a'nice Federal priscn personnel to fill II,
and to Jane Adams for tles of Middleburg; Annie :Mae VI1 II
for example, be sure to stop the milk and newspapers.And -At Kingsley Lake." Miller, ariS,Audrey Milton of Putnam catch of 58 good sized fish. positions at Ra ord, which Johns
Mrs. Lonnie Harris entertain d says should be filled with Flori-
ask take in
to the mail.
a neighbor
After Hall.
the class
judging by members Tuesday\ afternoon, November the dians. The Senator has sought to Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church

Most important, make sure your ppssessions are a game of "Leaf Hopping"was llth at the 'Maxvill Baptist show that guards administeringbrutal

insured.Call us for details. enjoyed, with the girls pitted .VV'VVvVyvyvyvvyyVVYYVV Churc.'lith an ice, cream supper punishment at Raiford are
against the '
V boys. ( honoring her ,Junior Boys' responsible to Culver rather than

All interested young people are MAXVILLE Sunday school class. A nice Prison Warden DeWitt Sinclair.
Harold C. Wall Agency i invited ,to register by Nov. 15. crowd attended this party. Warden Sinclair, who was the Sell It Rent It Trade It

We.regret that. R.. : Har- last witness to testify that
t't- : v ByisMrs. C; B. Nolan i. Mrs,, L. said
Veterans Day riAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 s is ''confined to her bed with an during the period in question he

200 ,E. Call Street Dial WO 4-4801 Program Held attack of pneumonia and surelydo had left matters in the hands of WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

: ,Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish ( wish her a speedy recovery. James M. Dunn Captain of the

At School Assembly and family of Avon Park visited Mrs. Frank' Higginbotham and I Guard, who was a Culver ap-

1. S1ore.the.PtoflfstnStor with Mr. and Mrs. C. ,E. Wilkin- Lena Joiner cf Jacksonville were oointee, and was not aware of the :o WORDS OR LESS OB* Iniertloa (MlDlumm Care) __ .n
:o .
guests of and'Mrs. Doss brutalities. ?- --- 4e Per W.r4
Members of American Legion sen Jr. Saturday night. They Mr Hig- alleged :u% DISCOUNT 0.\ REPEAT INSERTIONS

Post 56 held ceremonies at Bradford were up here spending the weekend pinbotham and family Sunday. \ Dunn testified that he did not AnmriovAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID SAME iv AD AOVANCB.

High School stadium Tuesday with Mrs. Parrish's father,, Thanksgiving Supper give orders for the torture treat-
morning in observance of Mr. Fred Lang on Clay Hill. The: Maxville' Civic Club will I ment and never saw it in prog- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY!' --_--______ 1.25 Per lark FlrM Inierlloa
Veterans Day. Attending the assembly We are very glad to learn that -
were students of the Sarah Mae Griffis is able to return -i CARDS OF THANK: (('p To W Word) -_____ ___ UM

Junior and Senior High Schools. to school after a severe OVER 50 WORDS -----------hh 4 Cent Pep Ward

Principal B. W. Payne introduced throat infection last week. Her Shore the Pro'its in Sfark MKMORHI.S AND RR! OLVTION'S _____h_ ______ 4 O.t. Per W.rd

Post Commander Harry mother, Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and FREE-Double cylinder hook up FOR RE Furnished upstairs
Rabb, and Franklin Ritch, presi- Mrs. Daisy Padgett had to carry for cost of gas ONLY. Slade Gas Co. apartment, 2 bedrooms. Contact Mrs.
FRI. SAT. .. NOVEMBER 14 15 tfchg.FOR Paul Hamond. :!!41 .
.. dent cf th Student Council, her to a Starke doctor three different South St. tf..hg.I

thanked participants.Post days. REXT-Furnished first floor I FOR RENT-3 bedroom uifurnished
apartments. Close in desirable lo- house Inquire, at Bus Station
Chaplain L. H. Gibson gave Miss Gloria Higginbotham of cation. All conveniences. W. M. I Itchg

the invocation, after which short Jacksonville spent Tuesday wither .Vollraan. 228 W. lladson St. tfchg 'FOK SALE-Penta process treated
fence posts. 4 miles North 3U1
talks were given by Bill Costello,, h mother. Mrs. Leslie Sweat and FOU RENT-or I.ease-Johnson's Green" Hakken Post Co. trcn*

A. L. Crosby Jr., and Guy Andrewson family. Farmer Supply Building. Phone WO ''

the theme, "Sacrifices made in Friends of Mrs. Ruby Higgin- 4.45l4.! tfchg WE farmers.HAVE a Loans new loan oi 1 program to 5 year for

I war must be followed up by botham will be interested to learn for the entire credit require.
V .. FRL SAT. NOVEMBER 14 15.. ments of the farmer and his fame
that che is ,
SPECIALS peacetime recognition of a citi now employed at the KEROSENE ily. Gainesville Production Credit

zen's duties." Trail Restaurant in Lawtey. Association, (20 Horth Vain,
SMOKELESS ODORLESS Gainesville, Fla. tfchff
Mrs. Buford
Higginbotham and '

said District that a Commander good citizen Andrews would;I daughter, Merle and Mrs. E. ,D. It'S the "Most" in Teen, fashion!* 15.9 Per Gal RADIOS REPAIRED
All Make All ...e
Higginbotham and children visited *
Colony Harvest8PC. seek success in helpful public -
service teaioBible Charges
I ------ AT YOUR IMPERIAL caaraBtee4
Hull Lifetime Costello spoke of the need I on Clay Hill Monday evening _. MIKPIIKHU'S RADIO A TV
MILK\ GLASS with Mr. and Mrs. Louie Carter Intnaa, Greri,
of courage to fight for the rightin I I SERVICE STATION 2 IIf.. tall "t. I'hoae HOIfftlMirLe.
baby niece Nancy and Mrs.
well FU.
peace, as as war, and Crosby _
Vinie Fountain. Mrs. Carter has IIi way 301 North Starke a -
SNACK pointed out that obedience to
FOR SALE-14 In z II ft. steel
SETSILVERWARE duty and orders learned in time been taking care of her mother,! I S '. K O n S A I 1nET> I, i-ulvert pipe.. $1.25 ft. ALSO Build.
Mrs. Fountain and the i lots for sale tm 8nth
of war should be carried over to baby, Building Supplies. Usea lumber ol I ing Gate

peacetime by obedience to laws. since the death of her' sister a all used types tin, windows roofing.door UPrt*, plumbing.rypress I I, Low Subdivision.monthly Low payments down payment.BILLY

Veterans Day was only partially: few weeks ago. They both seem benches ideal for any outdoor use, i I I J.UhNON. I'hone "OI.U11 e:. C....
I Service For ,8 observed by business houses in: to be getting along well. : $1.00 per ft.. 8 to 12 ft lonjr Phone tral Truck Lines. tfthgO.N'B
WO4-4011. W. T. Jaikon Transfer,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest:
.S Starke. Although it was on the: Wellhausenand ) clo Central Truck Lines tfchgFOU : :: BEDROOM furnished apart.
approved list of Retail Merchants sons, Buck and Gary visitedin mmts for rent Phone WO4-4011. VV
4 i : :r REXT-CnfurnMied two bedroom -i T Jackson tfcbgj
Jacksonville last Saturday with ; ;
1 1Ileg. Assn. hClidays, most of the stores house with all modern con* i
on Call Street remained open for Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Alvers. \ ; .u 'C, leniences. William Sikox, 1 mile1 j! GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding In-
business. Miss Verdine Harris Dicky Harris (1OX" on old Rlanrtmff lid: Up !i ]vitations with double envelopes 100
4! _. : "-I I for J21.9i.; Bradford Cour'T Telegraph -
and Johnny Nolan attendedthe I rii i r'rni'' QO" XOW The ultimate in prei-tige 500ENGRt'ED ; tf
drive-in movie at Baldwin L Last business cards $19,95 I -
Break-in Flurry lOver Friday night. RING AND DROP (price includes plate). Never before I Fit RENT S nicely fur. apt., :3
heater Adults $60
engraving at this low price. per. mo. ea.
WeekendIn Mrs. George Brown and son I .I FOR ONLY Bradford Toiintv Telegraph tf Kl-, im' Ph..n.0 9-1545 tfc k%

2.98 Starke Carl returned last Thursday froman IIOMK FOR HKNT Oft -\u: roLlMBIA 116995;; HI Fi Record
SPECIAL1.50 LawteyFour extended visit with Mrs.Brawn's Three bedroom 1% baths across Player, holds 12 records, in wooden
SPECIAL street from park and school in city cabinet with four legs and extra
uncle and aunt Mr. and I
buisness i places, all on Mrs. Ben Peacock in Houston m2w 1'F 1f195 of Lawt yFOIl. sprakeriXmas Shoppe for Sptelal'at$119.95, only DahmersGift J5.00

Temple Avenue, and one store at Texas. $>,UR-*:.VM) DOWN don tfchg
Lawtey were broken into last t Just like new 3 bedroom home in
9.98 Mrs. Leslie Sweat and granddaughter :: 4 Saratoga. Heights. Masonry FOR SALE-Florence Oil cfrctila
D : ; construction .
Friday night. Robin Higginbothamspent r ; with hardwood floors tor he At Flynn's Drug Store the cremic tile bath and kitchen Two VVO 4-42SI 1 in evenings. Ztp 1I-1J
Monday in Baldwin with
iL& closets in master lxdroom. carport
thieves made away with only 45(: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Goolsby, and utility room. Good Bile lot already Sleeping Rooms For Hf'nt-4: X
cents in pennies, and $5 in landscaped, 2 big pecan trees, Water Si Phone WO 4-eJ IItrhr
pennies they were joined for
supper by r Cultured Pearls are Not| Tour Inspection is invited. II .20UHKS
CHENILLE BEDSPREADSTWIN was stolen at New MethodCleaners. > Mr. Sweat and daughter. Alene. EASY TERMS
At "Imitation" Pearls! +4 0I.'. H.' SOt
Tilley's Service Station Mrs. Randolph, Crosby enter. WALL REALTY

the.haul included $2.50 I in tained at her home here Tuesday 337 :>. WalBiit Ph. WO ..-eo l 11310,1111 Ur quirk ..If'. .tlftllAIO
AND DOUBLE BED SIZE ALL COLORS pennies, four tires, and a small afternoon with a party for the Lustrous pearls grown in the living "tar.. florida I d,,"a. bpla.... "%4>.OM I rr ....t..

clock. Seymour's 66 Service Station Junior Girl's class of the Max- oyster, set in a beautiful, modem solid 10K gold ring and a lovely FOR REXT-J bedroom house. I FLORIDA REALTY CO.

Reg. 3.98 and 4.98 rr I 1' 13 '?;t :: lest 14 quarts of oil and two ville Baptist Church. Karen: and I 1/20th 12K gold pendant. Both available in white'or yellow gold.A Cherry Quiet SL desirable Phone neighborhood WO '.U4%, Floyd X fl. .V. Walmat OF STARKE Bl. m.rie Flu

THIS WEEK ONLY! the cartons invaders.At of assorted. cigarettes I to: Sharon Griffis and Helen North truly elegant ensemble at a remarkably low price. Oret-n Itchg I Ph..t"" "'0 4-iMIi
were initiated Into ,
the class at
-- -- ::; '''''' Liberal Reward for information i FOR SALE: Ono t
-- mm Hifk ,
''''' Store
Kelly's in
O-98 :--" '- 7' -'' ''! Lawtey the the meeting.Mr. on front door and inside switch bov : shot; good hog and deer .
Ifle I'
ea. "
Le'u \" "'...,,.t v ; '. ,<,..''" :",- 'k"'tt" .,. 'ess was estimated at- about $80 t and Mrs. James Waters and REGULAR PRICE J2'95 EACH taken from Leon Rosenberg house: i i|' 135. '8H T. -Durham Ut I P">*,
I. > ,! ,: on old Green Cote Road. Contact riij SIrkp
) > .
n clothing; t' .'
,r ,,." ,i'J.,, : .,&'+;'>i I ii family of Lawtey visited with Mr. Ham Rosenburr 1 trhtr,'I'i I
:'' '. ... : ; l Saturday'night Rivers Store I in and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham : TURKEY A CHICKEN" :tHOIVI"
2 for f 5 50 ,.'>1..".{"" '''' .,", Graham was entered with the toll Sunday Now Housekeeping Apartments for : I.VGMATCH, i mi north of !SH ion 4
"- ,,', ,,. ""1""t1" evening and enjoyed cake Lay-Away For ChristmasBULLINGTON rent very reasonable. Lights and J01; across railroad fr.,n I
'. ... .. JlJ; ... : : being cigarettes thread. and pen and coffee with them. water furnixhtd. Mrs. J. R. Bulling- 'Jrlll,J* rlrht. Date Nov :2 St-il
''+'''\'-"" :'" nies. An apparently unsuccessfulattempt : The Maxville Civic Club'met ton. 810 N rhtrrv St 1 t,'hg ,!a. in.' Edgar flu reel R) t

was also made Saturday .last Monday night. November 3rd FOR SALE 20 acre farm 2% )
''kht to enter Cumber's ServiceStation miles from town. Concrete blockhouse LOST White
and appointed building <"oclwr SayiiJ'
4 rooms and bath. Water and male '
EA GLE STORES on U. S. 301 north of I to,get started with the plans lights. C. A. Futch. Realtor. 1 tchg. nai.yyb! ,* *) h: _T ,

Starke. on the new, building. They are: Nov. a. Literal reward ;r ,

If you see anybody walkinghumpbacked Claude Greene, chairman, and ,Joe FOR SALE Farm of the late jjja4ii.h. -.
1, I 111 E. Call St. from, the weight I of Lucas Ed' Wilkinson, Franklin Studio & Gift Shop 1!.. D. Johns 4 mile north of Prookor. t pRtrniT l ixrif, .
.. 230 acres ISO in cultivation, 70 I
Stark FU.
rockets loaded with pennies notili'y i- Bell food and. Earl Cannon. pecan trees. COM barn. Contact ]'lfII.I' .
good "
police or sheriff's deputies. =--- ---==-= ----_ -- D Johns. :o. E. ROilYe, ronrtlt* n l I
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Mrs. : 12*. ,
Hattie_ Nolan and 1Jr$,., 9-- :: :, 7 mi < .im Ts'
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their consideration by the presi
By Mary K. Sha1tertiVoman's dent.A .

:r +' x h x successful bake sale was held
Joyce and Marjy KothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9 the
Club Bazaar McDoualls Kentertain by Woman's Club at the Post
va Office last
Set For SaturdayThe On Sunday evening, Nov. 9, Col. r YL y sf Saturday.

annual Bazaar sponsoredby and Mrs. John McDowall entertained Melrose Gets First Win
We received a post card from :1
the Woman's Club at the club I a group of friends from S 'w M t .t The Melrose Bulldogs gained
r st t Margy Rothhammer, and she told
house this Saturday, promises to Gainesville and Melrose at a cock- VS I us about her c their first football victory last
trip. She went from
be a big event. All kinds of booths, tail supper, honoring Major General t here to is. J Y Friday night by whipping the Ft.

and some beautiful handwork will and Mrs. A. W. Stuart. The I t x, Yirr _1 I day with Panama her sister City and spending brother-a v I t McCoy pirates 48-8 on the Mel

be on display for those who like Stuarts have just returned from in-law rose football field.
( Mr. and Mrs. Tcm Cham-
to do their Christmas shopping j I Hawaii where General Stuart ;p, I blee, and family. Next stop :x Ft. McCoy scored its single

early.. Baked goods. and other. commanded Schofield Barracks North Little Rock was touchdown in the fourth quarter
Ark., where
foods will also be offered.A I I and the 25th Infantry DivisionHe te she \ when Yandell Wells ran five ;yards
spent a day with her brother c
delicious roast beef dinner is new:: on retirement leave, i. # and sister-in-law.. Mr. and Mrs. I.I .' and Walley Smith kicked the extra -

will be served from 5:30: to 7 p. after which the Stuarts plan to Grant Rothammer. Jr. and : two points.

m. make their home in Washington.D. a daughter, Keena. After arrivingat .'. ....... iI..... .... ]I Melrose scored eight points in
C. about the first of the year the first quarter, 14 in the second.
# The club wishes to thank all her new home in Tulsa Okla.,
members of the Junior Club who Mrs. Sutart is daughter of Col : she visited her sister and brother- Top Costumes At MelroseWinners 12 in the third and 14 in the
and Mrs. R. H. Kelley, of Melrose.Birthday fourth.
have helped arrange the bazaar. !. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ble- .
PTA To Meet Bridge Party I 1ns and family. Presently she I <-<. -L. J- lmSOn acuiru- two touCh,
:Mrs Herbert Nelson entertained in the recent Hallo- Logdscn I Sack Dress], funniest
t" is job j downs and Bass, Gene
hunting and I Tommy
The reports she is
Keystone Heights PTA will
three tables of we'en costume parade at Melrose ind Marcia Mason Prin-1
bridge on Monday I IIndian I
meet Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 7:30: fine. This is quite a trip for a Stanton Emory Cross, Charlescess
p. Nov. 10, to honor Mrs. Gladyce e were ll-rl Tommy Odom I IPurple ], prettiest.
gal who Gabcardi, and Alvin each
hadn't Lilly
z nt' been
in than
m. the school more
house. Bachmann on her birthday. There eighty; miles People Eater], most original; Faye L"' '" nn-- n...._ ."'ro,. lhl...
change in meeting night, recently from Melrose in '
was a beautiful birthday cake and I d'diti'al"
decided upon, will not go into effect other refreshments, nearly fifteen years. & two weeks visit in Fort Sam they might be rabid. If he turned for the six points by
and during Little Houston Texas. While there she them t kicking the extra two points after
until January. The Bradford the course of the afternoon. Mrs. Jcey Wainwright, son of loose, they would continueto
High School PTA meets the same Bachmann received two lovely Mr and Mrs. E. J. Wainwright, gave several lectures for the incoming eat his birds, so they had to (Continued on next PagelLEE'S

night, unfortunately, but it is gifts of flowers, one of which was of Keystone visited his aunt and class of Physical Therapy be killed.

hoped that parents of some of the an orchid lei from a friend in 1 ; { uncle Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon Kel- officers at the Army Medical Service Cub Scouts Visit Dairy ----! -

children attending BHS from Hawaii. Mrs. Lcuis Klye was the r.r ly, Saturday School and enjoyed visits Mrs. Walter H. Float, assistedb

Keystone will be able to attend winner of the first bridge prize; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Atchisonof with many Army friends. > Mrs H. M. Breyfogle, took her

this meeting. Mrs. Paley Boyd won the second. 4' Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. Mcst of us think rattlesnakesare den of 7 Cub Scouts to Univer- DRIVE-IN

Lion's Hold Ladies' Night Mrs. Everett Fox won the "bingo" C. W. Sever last week. unfriendly creatures. One lit- sity dairy last week.A .

Monday evening, the Keystone .prize. Guests at the party included Mrs. Francis Justis and Mrs. tle fellow tried to wipe this Cub Scout benefit bake sale

Lions Club held a Ladies' Night Mrs. J. D. Henderson Mrs. Paley :Pearl Harris of Welaka and :Mrs. smudge from his record by payinga will be held Saturday, Nov. 15, THEATRE,

dinner at the Episcopal Church Boyd, Mrs. Louis Kyle, Mrs. Lew :Isabel Currie and Mrs. Evelyn visit to Robinsons grocery store. at 10:30.: Advance orders may be
Parish Hall. It I However the butcher, Bob Fish, taken from Mrs. Phone 4113
was also attended Muir. Mrs. Everett Fox. Mrs. Raymond Thigpen Palatka were guests of Gaboardi
by members of this Zone from Starnes Mrs. Allen Gra- Mrs. Harris' and Mrs. didn't welcome the visitor. He put Mrs. Cambell Addresses
r '""" Keystone Heights Fla.
and end to the visit and the snake I ,
and Melrose. The ham, Mrs. Ed Conneen, Mrs. Alice I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cas- Woman's Club
before the snake cculd get inside.
'i Episcopal Ladies served the tur Ketchum. Mrs. George Phelps. on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Campbell was guest
key dinner Reports were givenon and Mrs. Buster Aiken and the 4 r Mrs. Paul Gress is spending two Fish 18 reported the snake was about speaker at a recent business and I FRI., SAT., SUN,
the various projects that have honor ... / inches long.If social I meeting of the Melrose Wo
guest? Mrs. Bachmann. weeks with her son and daugh- I
been carried on to pay for the Girl Stout Notes '.." ter-in-law, Mr. and anyone thinks there are no man's Club. Mrs. Campbell spokeen Nov 14, 15, 16
Mrs. Dick
footbal uniforms of the Keystone The older Intermediate Troopof I 44r*' Logsdon. Mrs. Gress lives in foxes in Melrose Grant Rothhammer art and several of her paint- I HOUSEBOATWith

Junior High Team. These projects the Keystone HeightsMelroseGirl ; Clearwater.We has proof there are. He has ings were on display, as well as

included a movie, a turkeyshootand Scouts are working on their Ii. the tail of one of the two foxes some handmade hocked rugs. I,

turkey-raffle a car washing, Folk-Dancing and Dancerbadges ,. J. Cicen are is glad to see that A. he caught one week apart. He Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon, presi- !i! Cary Grant

and selling cf season tickets for and since dancing is something .-4 Quite home. He has spent bought a Hav-a-Hart trap last dent, presided over the \!I And Cartoons

the home games.. every young girl is interested in, ;;, Hospital some in time in the Veterans spring and has caught a whole which thirty-two members and :
The Lions they have Lake City. host of varmits, alive and unhurt six visitors The G. I I ..
are especially grate- been having nice time. Mrs. J.,V. Ford drove her were present. I .----- ---
ful to William Lee for donating On Monday afternoon, under the par- that constantly threaten any F. W. C. sewing contest by Vogue, I i

all the proceeds from the movie, able instruction of Mrs. Joe Daur- Keystone Carnival Prize Winners i ents to Alachua, Mr. and to, Mrs.see Mr.R. Cason's M. Cason 93, luckless come night bird: time.that isn't It locked up,

"Adventures of Black er of Keystone Heights, the girls even caughta
Beauty, to J year old sister, Mrs. Frances
the club, to help l learned the six basic turtle once. Then one Thursday
pay.for the uni steps Cheves. Enroute they BANG! BANG!
forms. dancing. The girls meet each week Costume prize winners in the|(original; Betsy Glisson prettiest; niece, Mrs. Iva Douglass picked of Brook-up a morning, what should be in the
in the Episcopal Parish Hall in recent Hallowe'en Carnival at Eileen Penney, ugliest 3rd and trap but a beautiful female fox.
er. Theyvisited in
the home of
Melrose. Keystone Heights,were: The following Thursday a young
4th grades. We're Repeating This Hunter's Special
KEYSTONE Mrs. Ruby Richard of Alachua.
Mrs. Daurer, who has lived in Top [left to right]; Carol male fox had found his way in
Lower: Billy O'Conner and Bet Mr and Mrs. R. F. Simmons
: ; too. Though he wanted to keep +
Keystone Heights Stephenson ugliest; Dolores Mur-
: months, is a fcrmer physical education ihee and Marion Beasley, most ty Penney, ,most original; Peter have just returned from a three them, better judgment told him
ExpertWatch weeks vacation with their childrenin
RepalrIng.Quslity : teacher, and well qualified [- original; Phyllis Massa, prettiest. Morgan, ugliest; Lindamae Rose
Rochester. N. Y. Hartford,
LIne. : ;
Jewelry to 5th and 6th grades.- prettiest.- Pre-school
give these
girls valu- age.
-Walter '',fa: Muhlhofcr- ', ..f' TY Conn:;;,and Silver Spring Md.
l Continued on next Page] Center. : Barry' Wyman: mostDON'T [Photos' by 'Charlie ic01ave.J 1 Mr. and Mrs. T.: M. Simmons of 7oioOStJe666

Fayetteville N.. C.,.spent the week

Miss Jane Nye Webb with Mr. Simomns' brother and i
sister-in-law Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. 1

Huntley Redfearn Jr. Simmons; Remington Sportsman//
Colonel Emma E. Vogel returned ,
ME UP. To Wed In JanuaryMr. to Melrose last Tuesday from (Any Gauge) { \= y .

and Mrs. John NYe Webbcf

Melrose! announce the engage- KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY Model 48 Automatic Shotgun

ment and approaching marriageof
their daughter, Jane Nye to
me William Huntley Redfearn Jr.,

t son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Red- --- I II

Dream! fearn of Keystone Heights. Day ,Phone SAF-GAS Kite Phone
The wedding will be solemnizedat I

a'.f.b 8 p. m. on January 17, in I I

Trinity Episcopal Church, Melrose COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING[ -- -- !I I I

1' Now you know how Relatives and friends of the !,II
couple are invited. Most Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in North I
: I spend my spare The bride-elect and her fiance I!
Iy both attended Melrose High Florida. If You Han to Add Heat This Winter See Us First I!
time around the !
e ..d School and the University of ,,.

., Furniture Annex Florida Mr. Redfearn is now con- LIT ,-
nected with Redfearn's appliance

-, but can you blame 'store in Keystone. 4'x8'x3.4" Sheetrock

4 t' I BUILDING 1.55 Sheet

k1' .. I Lions 'Shoot'Is SUPPUES Lumber Hardware Paint

8 t _'_j Cement Concrete Illocks

t = Precast U Lintels I
Big SuccessThe 11 All Lengths i'i'r

,, 1'ys; .. Lighting Fixtures
These Nationally Advertised STRATORESTERS are so fabulously comfortable that Turkey Shoot and the Non- -4SO.l:" ROY W. TYRE UII

I'll almost be sorry to see you take 'em away. After 'all a man's entitled to a Shoot held last Saturday by ,the w

little comfort in his own store, and this 89.95 number with the :Magic Massage Keystone Heights Lions Club was BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSEPhone

Vibrator is just the thing for the tired businessman's nerves after a hard'' days & very successful affair, profiting _
work! Come in and about $140 for the fund for foot- 2741 Keystone Heights, Fla.
try it out. If you twist my arm hard enough, I might let \ i& r
you have it! ball uniforms to outfit the Keystone [ .
Heights School team. Win-
ners of the turkeys in the non-
o ,, shoot were: E. M. Conneen Rob- '''' 12 Cu. Ft. Upright HOTPOINT Freezer

.-- ert Hall Gertrude Houser, Shir- Its always After Small Down Payment $3.50 Per Week
ley Grayson S. E. C.
McKay and
: ,.......
J. McGlave] [21. A total of 20 were

-r' tt ijj' 9 awarded On Monday at the evening Turkey, the Shoot.Key- ,: the right tim.e't\t: r.usr 6 h" -. ,

stone" Heights Club was host for i1 ]
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: lI .. .: ': '!- -
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Zone Lions'with n
a meeting of
_--_. --1;: ;!__:::s;.;, -_-
visitors attending from the Melrose _' ==,1i ==-:__ -"Lt':
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I r and Gainesville organiza- jX -

l'"Y tions. "SOnny" Lee the Zone ,

Chairman was principle speaker wp

and presided at a short business

meeting. There were a total ,of
I 40 Lions and their wives presentto '
enjoy the
supper-prepared and
) served by the women of the Epis-
copal Church. The Keystone Lions sr CHEST FREEZERAFTER

are now making preparations to

Beautiful 4-Piece BEDROOM SUITE Maple or Mahogany I attend the State Convention 9

which will be held in Jacksonvillein There's no need to watch the clock if you bank by mail. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
BOOKCASE,BED DOUBLE DRESSER May. To help finance this
| jNight Stands Your' nearest mail box is your "teller's window" .
55Ji/D venture fruit cakes will be sold $t.50 PER WEEK
PLATE GLASS MIRROR CHEST < 15.95 Each between now and Christmas so and it's always open! Use this handy banking sen'icewhen

order yours early. They make fine a trip to our bank isn't convenient. Let us tell
\We Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S
gifts to send to friends living out you how.THE .
A of town. See any Lion to' order


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"yy""yyyyyyy"yy""W suddenly at her Lake Swan home TTYTYTYYYTTTYYTYYYTTYVYY weekend in Havana Cuba. The L. L. Parker and daughter. Mr.1 Thomas visited Mr. and Mrs. H. trmy..rmmmmmTm I
conducted both
MELROSEtAAAAAAAAAAAAAA last week of a heart attack. KEYSTONE trip was won by Redfearn's appliance and Mis. J. T. Sowells and F. Townson in Dade City Wed- evening services. morning- and

t Her husband Jerome three store in a contest among dren and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. So i nesday and Mrs. Groover Thomas HIGHLAND Those
visiting Mrs. Ellen Nor-
&& daughters Mrs. Barbara Wright, HIGHLIGHTS dealers In South Georgia and wells. remained for a two weeks visit. ,
,.. Linda Bussen Melrose. Mrs. San- North Central; Florida for: ,the Rev. L..L: Parker is.fine afte Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hines and man Sunday 'afternopiv were Rev.
[Continued from Page ] and Mrs
ChidCecil Hardee and
dra Chaney. Richmond. Ind.: and &AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAA sale of llotpoint televisions since a recent illness and was able to son, of Pensacola were weekend lly Mr*. Lacy NonnaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAL
vthree Rev.
and Mrs.: Knight.
touchdowns. two sons Eugene Bussen and Jer- [Continued from Page One] Aug. 15. fill his place in the pulpit at the guests of his parents Mr. and t. . -
Unfortunately this was not a ry Bussen, both of Melrose survive\ I New River Baptist Church Sun- Mrs..D. A. Hines. '
able training. ST1.'S EPISCOPAL M. YOU: 'LL 1.O}L'' tta Bew" tea>
conference game. Coach Dave her. Mrs. Lela Chesser and daughter L. Thompson of Jacksonville
Barber used every player on the Born in Muncie Ind. Aug. 20 1905 Ail s. Daurer will be the leader I CHURCHKEYSTONE day.Miss Maxine 'Andrews of Jack- Bessie of Gainesville visited visited the Lacey. Normans Sun- brook purse-size iooaiala pens la

bench and the second string played her maiden name was Rosamond for the new Brownie Troop now M. IL Breyfogle, Minister sonville was home with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas Sunday day. pastel shades Only f&0 _*u Bra

most of the last half. Rhodelhamel. The body was sent being organized, which will be Morning Prayer and Sermon Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and Ford County Tek'&T&PILHealth -

.Friday's victory capped seven to Richmond. Ind. for burial in sponsored by St. Williams Church :30 a.m.- .Sunday. School, 10 a.m. for the weekend.Mr. Bishop Thomas and chil- daughter of-Starke"visited friends

losses. Melrose meets Anthony at the Earlham Cemetery. The Bus- and meet in St. William's Hall. Holy Communion each first Sun- and Mrs. Guy Harrell and dren visited her parents, Mr: and and relatives here Sunday after-

3:30: p. m. Thursday at Melrose sens: had only recently moved to This meeting place is ideally 'located day Parish Supper earn third daughters and Patty 'and Billy 1 Mrs. H. H. Lewis in Starke Sun- noon. Facts I

for the final game of the season. Melrose. for the, younger, ,girls. due 'Wednesday, 6:30: p.m. Bigham enjoyed the afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sapp of

Funeral Services Held Mrs Emma Cooper Baldwin 77. to its proximity .t&,the. ,school, and Rev. Fred,Yerkes will celebrate Salt Springs, Sunday. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and Green Cove Springs visited her 1. Public records prove that the

We were saddened to hear of died Nov. 1 !in Orlando. She had the fact that thergj. iiilll[be, no Holy Communion and baptism at I i Mr. and Mrs. N:. J. 'Davis, the children of New Jersey visited Mr. parents here Saturday. quickest and most effective care

the death cf two residents, and resided in Melrose until two years highways, to. ct'gs s.iQ get there. i the church this Sunday at 9:311: W. A. Davis family of Waldo Mr. i and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Saturday Mrs. Ruth Marr visited her son for headaches and backaches is
one who. although she did not ago., She and her late husband. First Baptist"(Church;: p." and Mrs. J. R. Davis of Orgall Mr. and Mrs. R. G...Thomas and in Jacksonville recently. through painless Chiropractic. !

live here the last .two:years, had L..I. Baldwin had run Baldwin's The.Nelle Pearce. Circle met on and F. B.,Davis and children en1 1 Doctor and .Mrs. Merchant of Rev. Curren care.Z. .

been a long-time resident and was Cash Store until a few ago. Tuesday,,Nov.,,4 at.9305H; ...m. at COMMUNITY CHURCH OFKEYSTONE joyed trip to the Scrub. SUnday. i Gainesville are attending' the and his bride attended Since.internal'organs:are controlled -
years church
well-known. the home of.Mrs. Cora Marshburn HEIGHTS The J. R.. Davises were'weekend 1 Doctors convention in Kansas City Sunday. HeTermifeCoiltrol by nerves the normal function -

,Funeral services.,were, held .Sunday i Services p. m. in were the Melrose held Tuesday Cemetery at with. the leader; Mrs,. Fred, Ells, Dr. James D. Pait. Organist guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Da- :for the next ten days.. of each organ can pnly be i

at 3:30: p. m, at the,grayejfide with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral presiding..Mrs..Roy. Chasteen was Choir Director. vis.Those Stanley Green' visited in Mil- assured when .ChlroP. '.health,
in the Melrose Cemetery for in charge of the program and'Wjl.S> Services: Church School 9:45: visiting the Lloyd Barry .ledgevile Ga. over the weekend. is applied.

Lt. Col. fret Jewell Tf Crowe age I home of. _Gainesville ,in 1arge. assisted_ by Mrs;tJohn Roberts,. a.m. Morning! Worship 11 a.m. family over the weekend were Mr. Mr. and Mrs:. B. B. Wyse of 3. Chiropractic care restart

)0. The body lay instate at the: Her daughters Mrs. W. W.Addison Mrs. I.-B. Tyre,-Mrs..James Price, ,. and Mrs. Alan Land 'of' Jackson Jacksonville were the Sunday FOR DEPENDABLE health thousands of cases. alter

.Church :of'Christ between 1:3: (0 I of Melrose, Mrs. C. L. Hen Mrs Margaret, Waite Mrs. A-. A. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, rifle,,Wilbur Barry of the U. of night dinner guests of Mr. and O Household A Commercial ,everything: else has faitaL .

DP. m. and 3 p. m.:Col. Crowe died derson of Jacksonville and Mrs. Wainwright Mrs. C, W. Owens,, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLAJ. F. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cros- Mrs. N. J. Davis. Pe Control What Chiropractic has done for

.Friday morning at the Jacksonville Gordon Woodruff of Orlando. and Mrs. ,Stella Stanley. Mrs..A. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph by and son of Starke., Miss Shirley Green attended a other it may da for you.

Naval Ah- Station,hospital. survive her E. Anthony sang a solo accom- Copeland Minister of Music and 'Mrs. N. G. Hayes and Mrs. Mat- I bridal luncheon in honor of Miss 0 Grove Spraying Consultation without obligation..
James Whiting officiated at the Plans are being made for the panied at the piano by Mrs. Mar church organist. tie Barry attended' the r funeral 'Jane Richarde of the State Farm Phone or Write* '

"'Services with burial'M'under, ., thdirection e girls and boys basketball teams shburn. Refreshments' were served Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : services for Mrs Martel Red in I at the Holiday Inn in Gainesville, Call FR 6-2661
,I;. of Colonial Chapel Inc.. at Melrose High. at the close of' the meeting. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Lacrosse ,Tuesday.; recently. DR. H. G. BOLLINGER

of. backsonville. The FHA club. met Tuesday St. ,Williams News Training Union 6:45: p. m. Even Earl,,Cook ''of the U. S. Navy Florida Pest Control] CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
Due to a conflict with the Hallowe'en ing services 7:30: p. m. was the weekend of the
Pallbearers H. T, guest T'TTTTTYTYTTTTTT.TT'TT
were umdr. night in the Home EC. Buildin & Chemical Co. 728 E. University, Ave,
Tlitchcock. J. B. Battle Henry Carnival St. William'sCatholic Beula Harrell family.
:Willlams. Dave Barber, ,Col. A. with Carol Hansen and Mrs: Club met Monday night,, St. WJliam's Catholic Chapel ,.Mr., and Mrs. W.-W. Rayborn of KINGSLEY LAKE *. t* N. W. 18th AYC Gainesville,0 Phone.6-3 3J
Johnston sponsoring. Nov. 10, instead of the new regu Keystone Heights I I
Lyon, LT, Cmdr. Harry. Evans and Jacksonville visited the M. O. 426 N. Walnut St.
lar time, the first Monday each Sunday Mass at 8:30 Gainesville Florida
.Whitey McM len. : a. m. Harrell family Thursday.; Starke Phone lOJTREES
TRINITY EPISCOPAL month. During the business session Holyday Mass at 7:00: a, m.. Dennis' Hodge was admitted to .BY Ma* .:Moore 4
CoL Crowe and his wife. Bev
conducted by the president Tuesday Mass at 8:00
new : a. m. 1 the hospital at Starke Monday Wi1
Jerly; have been residents of Melrose Vl-UWWIUIWI
31. H. Brejfogle, Minister Jim ,Dcnnally a shrubbery Confessions before all Masses. to undergo surgery. We wish hima
"' since his retirement from
planting detail .was appointed for.: .. Baptisms marriaees and instructions speedy Sunday School Class meeting(
School recovery.-
Sunday 8:45
: MornIng
service a.m.
in 1952.He
:jArmy ,was a,
decided was held at the home of Mr..and
this Saturday and it was by appointment. f We see
were happy to the FloydParrish'
.native of Missouri but spent a, Prayer Sermon, 11:15: '
Mrs. O. F.
lifetime In the Army and had seen Episcopal .Young ,People, 7:30: p.m that the club would sponsor a family I'settled In theirnew Siemer Sr Saturday1night.
y.Y..YY.- .......... Most
Brownie Troop to meet in St ,v home the members rwer
service throughout the world. [Holy Communion each first Suday n on theNew River road ? r
< William's. HalL. present to enjoy the meeting, and
near the Roy Green and
place, -
Mrs. Jerome .uss n. 53., die--:\ WLORAHOlVfe; "
Plans made : I. weiner,roastA t
: ; were ,for "a Vesper wish' them: every happiness. Pruning
Service on the .Sunday beforeChrist1 AND GRANDIN .:-Mrs.-'Bedia Conley of Tallahassee business meeting was held aC
1as. It will be to th the church ,::........
open \visited her sister,* Mrs..MattieBoweUs Wednesday night at
0 Bracing
PAUL'S sU DmEfJFf" public and all friends of St. Wil By DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .over<'the .weekend.Mr. which time it was decided to have I .....1m..::...

b liam's in}ited..Music will be pro .,and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis an organ rather than a piano for :..::;:::
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vided, by the choir under direction and, children visited' Mrs. Lewis' the church: Now' that"we have ........ .
Melrose Where Friends Met i of ,Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson nice 1HmHW
Gladyce Bachmann. mother in Largo over the week new organ come out and enjoy iH
There will also be a party for the and,:Mrs. Halverson's mother, end., the musical programs.- Cavity Work
.. FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES children. Mrs. Sarah L. Osteen spent Monday ,

._- i .. ...M," Personals in Gainesville where they :Mrs. JohnLewts/Mrand. .. Mrs: ,.Some,,. .of.. ..our..__residents_... .._ are..,_ BHS__ 1 :: : ... Tr 1
-TnnnniA-......-.. T_enrw'.._ ....U".uu.U"' w1.ilA.en.... 'nr U e.."."..'."..t........., 'U' "b YY""'UA RP ".a. :II lTInv
Mrs. Evelyn Carnes entertainedat Visited Mr. Halverson's brother Jacksonvillewere Sunday: lunch Mrs. Leslie Bradley and Mr. and

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's three dessert bridge parties last and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. eOn' guests of Mr. and Mrs. PitBaxter. Mrs. Leonard Moore. We under* .. i Transplanting
week, ather home on Lake Brooklyn .B. G. Halverson, ,returning to stand that all had a nice time at

Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Bay Circle, Winners prizes Florahome that evening Mrs. Viola Gillis returned home the Homecoming Friday night. We .

.SPORTS.WEAR A SPECIALTY : on Tuesday afternoon Nov. 4, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Young Saturday, after visiting her son! hope this will be an annual affair Complete Tree Service

were Mrs. Pansy ];wes, first left the first of last week for Ma4on. I and daughter-in-law in Gainesville Miss':Winifred Cottle of Wood-:' .

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner. prize; Mrs. Zee Tolles, second. : Ga., where they will1sit I for several days. line,.Ga..spent the weekend with:I
-- -- Thursday evening's winners were: their son and; Mrs: G.' W. Davis.and Barbara her parents. Mr. and Mrs. David FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATESSAPP'S

{ .,I Mrs. Lucille Starnes, first prize; Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Young and Sue and Dickie Davis visited Mrs.I Cottle. !

Mrs. Gena Christoffers, second :faintly, for two weeks, t ti E. R.. Carlton and Elaine Crosbyin I .-

: ,-- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS -- On Friday afternoon, Mrs. Bama I Mrs. Annie L. Thompson 'and Fairbanks Sunday afternoon. from Donald Camp Stem La Jenue has ,been N. C.home fora TREE SURGEONSPETE

Boyd won first prize; Mrs. Made her son, R.. C. Bryant of Silver Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis, Bar- few .
days visiting his
: White Sand Lake A Good Investment Hook, second. springs have moved to Florahome: bara Sue and Dickie Davis Mr. Mr. and parents
SAPP OwnerP.
Mr. and Mrs, Bobby Jo Sullivan{ Mrs. Thompson has purchasedthe and Mrs. Warren Mizelle and Harry ,
:. LOTS AT $1250 pf Jacksonville .were Sunday Clinton R,Weaver place here daughters and Mr.and Mrs. Ralph 'Mark Moore spent Saturday 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla.
guests of Mr. and Mrs.. John home.but.had to returnto
Reid. awho nd Nettles and children
These ; expects to make this their enjoyed the
: ; lots are easily reached little and AGENTS
require clearing. are Mrs; Sullivan's parents. home. Homecoming at the Methodist Gainesville Sunday morning -

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" Kyle McMurtry Jr., victim ofa ,Mr. and Mrs.-W. T. Ballard and Church 'in Worthington Springs Therefore he did not get to attend -: Phone FR 6-2661 PhoneMA3617
recent Sunday School and church .
hunting accident, arrived Sunday. Gainesville: Fla. OcafcLFla.r
son- Zone visited Mrs; Ballard's '

1 S. ;t. MJAY.( .- REALTOR. Jacksonville home from on Baptist Sunday Hospital after-in v parents rerson. here Mr. recently and Mrs.on Oscar their Hal- Friday Craig night Wood guest of Jacksonville of Dickie Da was. here.Mr. and Mrs. A. R..Moore were> Phone 1651 .Lake City.Fia.; ; ; ..

=, ; ... ncon.Nov, p, after three. weeks of( ta.Norfolk, Va.:-They''"expected'to way' vis. <,I 11' -n- 'Lawtey-* ,Sunday afternoon-- f\ visiting -, -j .
i being hospitalized. Needless tq Les Hardee Island sick relatives.A. -----------------------. ----- -.
Jr. of Parris --- -
one go to the Canal"Zone from ,
: Keystone. s Heights P) 3701-.2051--4151----1209 a 1't' r ; I say both he and his family are where they will live for the there pre-, and Miss Mary Ellen Turner of R. Moore visited James 1 ,1

"- I very happy, and realize that he ent.; Jacksonville were Friday night Hornsby'Wednesday"afternoon.. I 1
: J t, is avery lucky boy. and Saturday guests of the W. E. Mr:Hornsby has been ill but is I II
1' Friends of Mrs R. A. Gaun$ Mr and Mrs. Ercell Sapp and Bigham family. able to sit up now. Hope he keeps I :' 1
Grandin -
will be sqrry to"hear of the death visited Mr. Those visiting Mrs. H. E. Stokes on improving. r I I
and .
of her brother, Bob Calloway,.of :Mrs. W. M. Bender at their Mrs. L. J, Kite' and children. I
|- We write Fire druing the weekend were Mr. and ,
{ Wind Storm, all lines of Casualty In- Marianna on Friday night Nov. home in Orange. Heights last Sunday' Mrs. Dewey Stokes and son of visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. I I

: :jsurance! .and Bonds. 7. evening. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Buddy A. R. Moore Sunday. I FOR I
: Mr and Mrs. Charles McGlave Mrs..Callie Rye and her mother; Does anyone know how to get I 1: I
SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS Stokes, Frank Stokes of Haw I
and daughters, Mrs. ,John .F. Herring Sr., cf rid of yellowjackets insects of I
Patty and Cathy, I
: AS, NON DRINKERS throne and Mr: and Mrs. Rudoph 1I II 1
were week-ending in St. Peters- Grandip were business visitors I Stokes and children of Alachua course? They are too wise to take I HEATING: > .1

burg visiting Mr. Leidy Guerre, last Monday afternoon In Pa- Mrs Stokes and daughter. Ruby the poison and we dread to start 1 r WATER '.

a WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY Mrs. McGlave's cousin. They: were 1 I ,latka. and Mrs. Viola Gillis attended grinding cane' because they are I -- .#
.R..L. Seigler had
as last
pleasantly surprised when they : guests church services at, Shady Grove so numerous. I I ';, < "i"
t "AS AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE"Phone arrived home and found a notice Sunday Dr. Maurice Seigler from Church See you next week.K1NGSr.LrY I _"V
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In I Palatka; daughter Miss Doris ( ------ ..
their mailbox ,
{ 2731- Keystone'Heights informing them As you ,drive through town you t" ---1-
,, Fla. that; they had won not one but I Seigle; from Orlando; and his might-have noticed that Mrs. H LAKE J. .....I. %
two Mrs Mildred Burrows from MISSIONARY -
; turkeys in the Lions' raffle E. Stokes house has been torn BAPTIST r. "

.. WELL >>_$<<.- Pilinps'- SerVice S just that returned was. and held:Mrs.from on J.Saturday.Rev. R.Miami Smith.where have cell visited Gainesville.Stacy Sapp his Kelley and sister-in-law of Gainesville Mrs. EN built ing down.a on Never new the three old fear site she.bedroom and is only hopes house hay tobe Service Sunday V'"'ship 7:30: School p.m.11 9:45 a.m.:Prayer'Meetmr ajn.Evening Morning BITTER. :' .' .'" FOR" YOU "': ....'.j1$0 .. .,'.

family in
they attended a Florida Baptist Grandin in it real.soon. IH 6 BIG WAYS !
; last Monday ,. each Wednesday 7:30: p.m> Every
\ -. TERMS AVAILABLE Convention.
Mrs. Ethel Brockman Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas one w cume.-nev. H, H. Mott,
We are happy to hear that Miss home arrived and children andMrs.: Groove pastor '-.. .,. CLEANElectric
Cleva Carson is recovering nicely Georgia last Sundayevening .
Prompt Service Free Estimates t from her operation,, last week at where she visited vela water beaten create no soot no I :,_
{ the Bradford tives for two weeks. | dirt, no greasy film to soil nails, cur-] i

RA pH! E. MflTHEWS; She pital may next be week going County, home from Hospital hos-. Quincy Miss ( was Mary a
Sunday, ,
Mrs. Other Queen and her two afternoon. i .

P. 0. Box,,528. Melrose, F a.i daughters are visiting friends in Mrs. A. G. Hinson Sr. of Grand Declric water heaters have no flames,no % irx,
( Orlando this week. Mrs. Queenis in was :a business visitor in Key, fumes no constant burning pilot lights, (

. PHONE GR 5-5101 the former stone Heights last Monday morn to cause anxious !
a -I i .. --* ... t Iu.t-- T.- r ,. .. Carol Bleha. l Football.1958S you moments "+ '
) t Mrs. Arthur Bamford and Mrs.N. ing.'I
'"_, ... -. Watson' Hardenbergh. wershopping COOL -p -
That Our Business' In Jacksonville'last .Y..YY..Y.T..yy.: ,,. Dectric heat is sealed ia 100% surrounded -
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If It's Glass wTHave Thursday. bj insulation.No heat is tasted ,. '
Also in Jacksonville on Thursday ; up! flues or spilled' out i into jour house! t
01VISITJoe4 of last week were Mrs. Lew OF .
Muir Mrs. Sam Gardner, Mrs. Barbara Sue DAY!; i I' 4 .

1 J Peters faCo I Ii' Everett Fox, and Mrs. Harold Button r..u.auauuuu.a.t VS. : is cheaper to go all-electric in your "';. -t.! '

., .." .4 kitchen- fr7 than! to use a combination "'
'FOR ANY GLASS NEED Mrs. 'Arthur Ryan arrived Wed Garden Club News iTJi ( of fuels;! H-, 7tf1

We Design.Modern Store Fronts t nesday from: Chicago tq visit her t$; Brooker, Garden<<: Club..has 0, ARKANSASSATURDAY'NOV. SIMPLE .l( J/,;.:( .
: ,. ; "
daughter' ,
Mr. and postponed its regular,meeting toTblJ.rsdaynight" III :
Mail ,
Us A Pattern for t
Mrs Herbert: elspn.R! pMr. ;!' week, due to,the : 15 1:4S'P.M. Electric water heaters require no flues or .*J!J J ..,
Tops and Mrs. L..,R., Pritchardand fact there''I i is 'a shower scheduled beau-install inexpensively closet, f'J'l

1311:N..W, 4thpt.! ,_.GalnJS'AI \.m. Phone FR._24353 sons; were the, guests ,,0{ the for-that"night-and there is'-also a under stairs-in any -of-the-way place!! ; "'7)7", ,

A. A. Bamfords .in. Lake Genevalast revival ia progress ''at the Methodist 1 '
\ .we kend.The Pritchards are Church in Worthington and ., DEPENDABLE Jf't'' flJ /

: Mrs,Bamf ord's niece and nephew. all,the public is Invited to meet ,presented by \ .
NOW drt's4 t IW.StARktA CoL, and Mrs. John McDowall with .theraTtnd: worship together. tt ? t Just install it., ,. and forget it. \l"1.&L t
x receFtly returned fromVousiness The Lake Butler Garden Club PHILLIPS, 66 DEALERS Man If.II. ........Ita1N( "7 -
TRY ANY PAINT I MAKE AND I'LL GIVE and,t pleasure trip to Washington'and invited our Club at Brooken to t_ SM Tar HmAtt.....cod ." "*

YOU A GALLON OR QUART WITH EACH J Baltimore, where they were- participate in a workshop at the (Seymours and Bel-Air) LM kItIr IIedrIuIy 4J.vM
ONE YOU BUY for about two weeks. They also civic center in Lake Butler last

visited their son-in-law and Thursday afternoon, I .
: with the in- ,. .
daughter ,in Chevy Chase Mr. structor. Mrs.'Charles S, Brookln \ ; an S iY t

and, Mrs William Rountree. Mr. of Gainesville .in charge of the !:. J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES f
Rountree is the. Assistant Secretary classes Mrs. Warren Mteelle, Xitat x t.
FIlEE'rice of State. president of the ,Brooker Garden (FHA : *. !,. '... rj
Financing and ABC) $ ,
; r.
j Bob Baylor son of Mr. and Mrs. Club reports that the afternoon :7

iRcbert G. .Baylor of Gold Head was very interesting and was sorry t i Pir; .";/* ,--t 4it4uid.a;
Branch State .
Park has recentlyn were not more of our men .
selected as a cheerleader for bers present. TERWILLEGXR ; /; -
;the basketball team ,atYoung Personals MOTORS <_ ... t 4 f
\ on our Paint start at J f.: 'If't
,Harris College,in. Georgia. A 1S58'graduate Mr. and Mrs. H. '" '
A. Coleman of 7 Ford for i
( 1959
( Cars and Tracks .
$2oJ Siiwf. $5.98'A Gallon of Young Harris Aca Gainesville honored Jimmy Hazenof .. ) '-. .- f ,

demy. Bob was president of the Starke and Charles Kelley of

MA1ff.t PA1.tlsT = enior class .and.jictive, in the Brooker!: with a dinner in- their .'* %*&** hrZ'
Young Harris Literary and Debating home one night last' week. Both y T. k#'

355 Ave Society. He is now preparing boys are home with their respective WRGR 'k 9 53 b f
u i ." Pu| WO 4-8565 to enter the Naval < I .
STARKE FLORIDA ;Academy at families' on leave from Uncle RADIO
Annapolis. Md. I Sam's services.. Those present for

Huntley Redf earn. Jr.: ,leaves:: the occasion'were Mrs. Doris Kelly .. FLORIDA POWER 3 LIGHT COMPAMY itftiAGIIIGD'f ...

Friday for an all-expense paid > and-children, Rev.:.and Mrs ,, tl ,
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Now the fever blister can be wet Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. r.1'1'1'Y1'Y1'tY1'1'1'YYY1'TY.1 celebrated her birthday Saturday eats Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Griffis,I I Ernest Allen.
with the vinegar and it will dryit D. B. Thomas and Diann while visiting her mother, Mrs.J. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Zennis GriffI .
right up. My neighbor tells me. and Jlrs. Mamie Futch were M. Fralick and family in Pro- Miss Patsy O'Brian spent Friday I Mrs. Willie Green and Mrs. Sheron -
I have my bottle vinegar and pen- shopping in Jacksonville. Diann vidence. Happy Birthday, Mother, and Saturday with her grand- Sweat spent Sunday with Mr.

.., ny ready in case I get another remained,overnight with Mr. and By Mrs. 'Harvey McCarthyfaUllllllillill.\ \ and may God bless you with mother, Mrs. Annie Hardenbrook. and Mrs. Ernest Allen.
blister. When washing rugs with Mrs. Mack McKinney. They many, many more. Mr and Mi's. Cecil Thomas Mr. and Mrs. James Green have
r fringe, I shake them real well,I I brought her home Sunday and Regret to report Darby Gaskins were guests of his aunt. Mrs. been visiting Mr. Green's mother,
;'" 2w snapping the fringe, before they had dinner with the, Thomases.Mr. Howdy Neighbors became suddenly ill Sunday and Edna Jones over the weekend. Mrs. Janie Green.
j, tvnjess&OMCA dry and after dry. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and and congratulations was taken to Bradford County Sunday Miss Patsy O'Brian was
to Heilbronn's All members of Boatdrain Bap.
, r __ __. MEM. ___n._ The other morning when I a- Curtis and David Johns spent ownlo'ely Hospital. Please pray in his behalf the guest of Miss Linda Brookins.
young lady, Miss Linda tist Church are invited and urgedto
Wherein the of rose early before day-break to Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Gaskins daughter and for others in the com- Shirley Brown spent the weekend attend the meeting atGadara
golden days read this and have heartaches, I 'of Mr. and mass
read my devotionals I dropped my and Mrs. O. L. Griffis in Mac-
who with
munity are in sickness and her brother-in-law
autumn glide I cook clean Mrs. Darby Gaskins and Baptist Church Nov. 20.
by. ,, suggest you arise while the houseis glasses in the dark. I broke the clenny. who was
sister. Mr. and
and, help bury the dead. quiet, read a Psalm, and if you frame where it family crowned Homecoming Queen Friday pain.Remember Mrs. Cecil Rowe. Those who need transportationshould
was so slender and Mrs. Mattie Carter and
High School PTA Brown. Mrs.
Miss Gaksins. Rowe's niece, contact Bro. Brookins at
I met God in the morning have booklets like the Upper was chosen by.
now I have sent them away to had as weekend guests Mr. 'and will meet Tuesday evening in the was also their guest.
,, When my day was. at its best, Room put out by churches, read have them fixed. I have on an Mrs. Robert Meyers and daughterof he student body of Bradford L School Library at 8 m. Mrs. James church.
And' His presence came like them and then kneel and say a old pair and they do not make Jacksonville. High and reigned over the Homecoming p. O'Brian and his grand- Boatdrain Baptist Churcb
my Cornelius Moore, publicity chair- mother
!sun rise, prayer. You can hear an answerin football game between the Mrs. Verble Anderson Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn
eyes feel too good. I have a letter| Mrs. Lu Norman of Heilbronn man, urges all parents to attend celebrated their
Like a glary in,my breast. your heart. God grows nearer to write to my granddaughter, so I visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Reddish Fernandina Pirates and our Torn- and support the PTA. Every par- jointly birthday anniversaries ing Worship. 11 a. m.; Training
'every day and you are strength- adoes. It was a very beautiful Sundav Union, 6:30 p. m.; Evening Worship .
t All'day !lone the Presence lingered will share a poem and finish this, Thursday evening. ent needs to meet and associate
ened and have courage. Friendship lane is a shining Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Vann of picture as Miss Gaskins, looking with the teachers of their chil children Mr and Mrs. Lyle Blow and 7:30: p. m. and Prayer meeting
All''day This morning I ironedand was her prettiest, walked on the footHEILBRONN of Orlando visited Mrs. every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
long He stayed with me path Hampton. Va. were Friday over- dren. We all want the very best Blow's
Arid'we sailed in perfect calm- down in the Mortuary for a time. Just right for friends to share,I night guests of Mr. and Mrs. field Friday evening gowned for our children the principal, fis. Mrs.sisters, Mrs. Mildred Grif- Pastor Orville Brookins. Every-
We had a 20 day old baby: boy It leads to brightest happiness. Arthur Pearce. exquisitely with her pretty crown teachers and children are striving :-- Willie Green, and Mrs. one welcome.
.-?nessO'er a' Tery troubled sea. I Terry Lee. His family took pictures And to pleasures everywhere.It Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand her shining in her black hair and in to do their best, are we? You
So'I think I know' the secret i of his. little blue casket leads to joy and laughterTo daughters had as guests on arms red a bouquet of long stemmed will enjoy the interesting programs Shore the Profits In Stark
Learned from many a troubled i draped with flowers. Then we ate the land of dreams come Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smithof by the l,roses. was followed and will learn of the development -
-"way. 'dinner, rested a bit and at one true, Marietta and Mrs. Pearlie lovely ladies of her court, and needs of the school 1 I1M
You must seek Him in the I o'clock we loaded the little casket I am proud to walk on Friendship Raulerson and family of Jackson beautifully gowned in an array. of system.
morning and Don went some 20 miles to a lane I :difefrent colors. They were the Heolbronn Church was privi-
If you want Him thru the little town of Obert to bury it. I With a dear, good friend like ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Dave Tanner have three runners-up in the queencontest. ledged to have Rev. Noble of \ ,' t W Y
day. have been mending and darning received word that they have anew Misses Mary Agnes Matthews Jacksonville preach Sunday. You
*' socks and clothing. I have to cooksupper you.I Charlene Hardy and Penny I
granddaughter, daughter of
-Author Unknown. am making Christmas aprons Hollingsworth can always hear fine preachingand
't For many years, I have risen at and wash the dishes. Thenmy and getting my, Christmas gifts Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner of plus three Princesses of the Senior Class singing and enjoy Christian

a very early hour, to read my devotional day's work is done, unless together! The Christmas cards I Jacksonville. :Miss Doris Tanner is the Junior\ one from fellowship: at Heilbronn. Will you .. FRL SAT.
Sophomore NOVEMBER
and Freshman 14 15
'booklets, the Bible, and someone else dies. We just ordered are here now'and' I shall spending several days with her class. come and help us to better serve -
t jto 1 pray.Then I am fortified for one funeral last week. A man 69 write them when my glasses return brother and family our precious Lord and Saviour?
.the day. No one of us has an easy died of lung cancer. Don took him My days are full and my Miss Del Wilson entertained Very glad to report that Miss You and your family are always
;path. There are 'people who are in the morning to his church heart is most-always glad for I several of her friends Saturday Connie demons daughter of Mr. welcome Sundays mid-week prayer -
|Jealous and only wish day by day some 14 miles from here. I fixed can throw off any fear or trouble evening at the home of her mother -, and Mrs. Roy Clemons returnedto I meeting on Wednesday evenings Now! A RaDio Hat Plays OnPenligM
{to plot you to an unhappy day. Don a lunch and he stayed with with God's help. Mrs. William Wilson. Among; i her home Saturday after a long or any other services.
!of the family in a distant way. ,. HELPFUL HINTS: I, have God bless you every one, Epperson Marty and Charli'. Tine Hospital. Miss Clemons is feeling Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.
'No matter how good, you are or found a remedy for fever blistersor MOTHER LURA Crosby T of Starke. and Miss Mary; and we are very thankful. Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Batteries
how much other people love yOU cold sores. When you feel oncoming e Ann Debris of Jacksonville.I I Harvey's mother, Mrs. Leona Harold Norman was Mr. Norman's 01u
there is no way to combat Jeal- on your lip and face, wet YYYTYTTfTrfTTTTTTfTTTYYlLAWTEY The Leroy Donns and the Q. R. McCarthy and his brotherinlawand sister Miss Shirley Norman of ,9
ousy. I just pray, God take care them with this mixture. Take a Prevatts had as Saturday guests sister Mr. and Mrs John Jacksonville. Miss Norman enjoyed -
;:of things. ,I put my life in your .fairly wide mouthed bottle or little % Mrs. Jimmy Baxley and Mrs. Margaret -i Stillweil and children of Fernan- Homecoming activities with tES%
.hands. I pray and pray. My spirits jar. Put a copper penney in Baxley of Dothan Ala. i dina Beach visited with us Friday her brother and family, during h, s td'. S ghI
,Oar and I am glad again. the bottom and pour vinegar on Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Massey had e\ening. Mrs. McCarthy visitedwith her visit. s W t.tS
180 to all of you out there who .the penney. Set up .somewhere. By Mn. Joyce T. Fetch as guests during the weekend Mr. Mrs.. Carmichael and Mr. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. ] I .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAReorganization and Mrs. Dean Winebrimmer and and Mrs. Freeman Crosby whileMr. L. Cox were Mr. and Mrs. L. UI' ,Alt.'
... = Wayne Massey of Fort Stuart, and Mrs. Stillwell and children H. Armbruster and A. O. Richardson 'I .
of WMU Savannah, Ga. Harvey,,our sons and I attended of Gainesville. :
,I F STORE HOURS Of First Baptist ChurchAt Charley Smith was given a the big football game. Weekend.guest of Mr. and Mrs. I'i' c sR 4DmmII
7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY the first meeting of the year birthday party by his parents, Mrs. Loretta Shaw of New Lon Ernie Johns was their daughter C __
the following ladies were selectedas Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith at their don Conn., daughter of Mrs. An Mrs. Lois Henson of Jacksonville.Miss = t t tr
THIS WEEKS officers for the coming year,I home Saturday evening. Among nie Kelly, left Thursday evening Sandra Carmichael of
7:30 To Noon president, Mrs. Earl Moses; vice i those present were Miss Jackie after tn enjoyable two weeks visit Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. 1
t' president, Mrs. Fred Moore; and Harley and Dick Kent of Jack with her mother, and family and Bill Reddish and family Thursday 1.
I \ secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Joyce sonville. her many friends of the common and Friday. Friday, Miss Car- :I
. Futch. Mrs. Pete Burney and daugh ity. michael enjoyed the big parade : \'rlr
Guest speaker at the Tuesday ter and Bill Burney and daughter Elementary PTA met last Tues in the afternoon and all the acti- tome RCAVICTOR ,
r evening meeting was Mrs. Leila of Jacksonville visited Mrs. day evening in the elementary vities of the evening including th 1111'
Mundy of Starke. Mrs. Mundy Georgia Ann Sapp on Sunday. cafeteria.. After the devotional 1, football game and the Alumni The TrantJcbarg Super operates THE TIANSICHAI9 SUPU.AllIrantitler .
who is the Associational WMU Rev. F. R. Prevatt spoke at secretary and treasury reports, dance. on inexpensive penlight cells radio. In iceberg whit personal,ttw-
president, gave many helpful suggestions Spring Bank Baptist Church near room count was taken by Mrs. S.I Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs -or longer lasting mercury C}, quoin.and! -keb.rgwhit.M
i to the ladies and pledgedto Green Springs Sunday. G. Demark room count chairman. R. L. Morgan were Mr. Morgan's cells. And you hear all your two-'_blue Model 1ITZ.ft ..
them her continued cooperation 'I Marvin Thompson of Jackson Mrs. Mullins' class had the highest brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mallory favorite programs in rich ___ Guaranteed*/MMC**COM
in making this a most sec- ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan number of mothers and fathers Morgan and family of White "Golden Throattone.. ft Plug-in for earpltont.
'Watch This Space For year. Starling Sunday. but due to the fact that Mrs: Springs. Printed circuit/

Specials'l Mrs. Moses and Mrs. O. J. Phil Mrs. Clarence Mosley and family Mullins room had previously won, Mr.and Mrs. LeRoy Carmichael I Com in for a Always insist on ICA batt..i.e..Iher'ra i
Demonstration radio-engineered for extra ; houri.
Today listening
served homemade cake, cof of Jacksonville, were Sundaydinner the prize was awarded to Mrs. of West Palm Beach returned to -
ee and cocoa to the following guests of the Dave Tan Pellium's class which was the next their home Wednesday of last
HUNTERS' ATTENTION ladies and their guests, Mrs. J. B., ners.Miss highest. Prize of $15 was awardedto week after an enjoyable visit with Now You Can Own
; Sapp, Mrs. Edna Newsome of Mary Julia Futch of Tallahassee Mrs: Peek's class for the highest I Mr. Carmichael's mother. Mrs
SHOT GUNS Starke. Mrs. Jim Shillings of ] spent the weekend with number of paid mothers and fathers Carmichael and his brothers-in-

,... Brunswick, Ga., Mrs. Fred Moore.Mrs. her mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch and in: the recent ,membership law and sisters. Mr. and Mrs RCA VICTOR
'tI\ 'tIRIFbE5 Avie Pearce Mrs. Buster brother, Ralph.Congressman. drive. A report on the HalloweenCarnival I Freeman Crosby and Mr. and Mrs:
PISTOLS andAMMUNITION / Bennett, Mrs. Joyce Futch, and D. R. [Billy] was given by the Carnival Bill Reddish.
Miss Elizabeth Terry. Mathews of Washington, D. C., chairman. Profit for same| Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox were
'.S&****** **** Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonand i called on O. J. Phillips Sunday. was almost $500.;with the Teacher's visited by their children over then Big .Colo.TV
'-!!: daughter and Mrs. Katie I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkisonwere' Play contributing highest |weekend, both are students of the
1 W/t/i(/ Financing Available Padgett had as guests during the in Jacksonville this weekendfor this amount. University in Gainesville. MarilynMrs. r
weekend Mr. and Mrs. MarcusGriffis a visit with their soninlawand Following the reports, .I spent the weekend and Pearson, .
of Sardis. N. Y. and Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rabb, Health Chairman intr'doted accompanied by a fraternity
and Mrs. Jerry Padgett of LakeWales. Dobbs and children.Mr. I. the speaker for the even brother Tom Register, visited See Color '
THIS WEEKS SPECIAL and Mrs. Carl Vanzant and ing. Dr. James Lanier, noted Jacksonville Sunday. Ir -- +

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and family, Perry and Elton Davis attended pediatrician. Dr. Lanier Miss Sandra Carmichael returned night -
family of Palatka were Sunday funeral services of WilsonRiley rendered an interesting talk on to her home in Jackson every
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mos- in Savannah Ga. Wednes our children and health problems.His ville Saturday in the company of this Fall!
ley and family.Mr. day.Mr. daughter's defination of her Keith Reddish and Bud Harley. '

SHEET ROCK and Mrs. H. C. Harley had and Mrs. Hubert Priest and father's profession was, "A man Guess thats all may God bless. New Long-Term Payment-- Plan : -
as visitors during the weekend.Mr. family visited Mr. and Mrs. G. R. who eats because children dont." you and yours always..bye now. take to 00
and Mrs. Willis Starling of Summerlin in Lake City Sunday Mrs. Mae Hatcher ElementaryPTA up months to pay I 4 I. -t--
Baldwin Miss Jackie Harley and evening. president presided during the YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYflGRIFFIS h's compatible-you get I
Dick Kant, of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and meeting .and requested the presence black-and-white shows, tool Made12IC57S1.2r/sq Ik.*Aldrk a. .Iaolrierableaaa.
Miss Jean Carter of Palatka family of St. Augustine were of all fathers as well as LOOPBy
4'x8'x3-8" Sunday night with Misses weekend guests of Mrs. John mothers at the next meeting, This Dependable-easy to tune! only

Jo and Mary Jane Clarke.Mr. Shuford and Dave. meeting will be entitled "Daddy's Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ICA FioM.rtd and Developed \
55fl and Mrs. Roy Griffis spent Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick, Miss Night" at which time a film will Coopotible Color .wlilotl ,..._,lli__ 495.00i
in Jacksonville with Pen Elizabeth Terry, Mrs. Joyce and be shown. It I will be the first:
SEE US FOR y Dinkins. Terry Futch visited Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday in December. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffis o
Steve Starling who is employed G. W. Durham in Jacksonville My mother Mrs. Maude Matt Palatka visited Mr. Griffis' par-
COMPLETEBUILDING PER in Miami spent the weekend herewith Saturday.

his family. The J. L. Waters family were Slwre the Profits in Stark I
The Rowell Prevatts visited Mr.; Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
SHEET I and Mrs. Ernest Southerland in Buford Higginbotham in Maxville. 1
SERVICES I Lake Butler Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban of I 1ys ''II I
Misses Judy and Patricia Pad Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
t gett were weekend guests of Mr., H. C. Wainwright and the Ed
and Mrs. Jimmy Ray in Jackson- Durban Saturday. I
ville. They all attended the Air Mrs. Carrie Hines and Mrs. I

NO MONEY DOWN Force parade in JacksonvilleBeach Thomason of Jacksonville, and
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. !Dub Ross of Orlando visited the tr

Sydney Williamson and i Marvin Hosiers during. the week- -FRL SAT. NOVEMBER 14 15
end. ,
daughter of Gainesville spentSaturday _
Repair with Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer and i 7-,I II
Campbell.Mr. family had as Sunday guests Mrs. Piece Room
and Mrs. Tom Norman and Emmalyn Bell and family of Bald- Living Group

Add Rooms Carport ... family of Macclenny were Sundayguests' win.Mr.
,. of the Leonard Prevatts.Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crews and l-Couch .
and Mrs. Edgar Starling family> of Hawthorne spent the
Bath RoomINCLUDING and family of Green Cove Springs weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
visited the Bessie Andersons Fri Crews and daughter. They all Platform Rocker1TV

( SEPTIC TANK. AND FIXTURES day.Mr. visited..Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grif- RCA Victor Donley. Big value in 199.95
) and Mrs: Joseph Starlingand fis and family in Lake Butler
table TV. 262 in. Bal-
sq. picture.
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Chair
Time To Re-roof Charles Starling and family attended Mrs. Effie Boatright and Miss anced Fidelity FM Sound. Pull-push
a birthday dinner.for Mrs. Merle and D. W. Boatright were on-off switch with Stay.Set volume
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL Zelphia Muse at the home of Mr. in Glenn St. Mary Sunday for a 2-Step End Tables l I II control. Transformer-powered chassis
and Mrs. Leroy Olive, at the State visit with Mr. and Mrs. L J. Man- I with improved weak signal reception. ,
Farm. Mrs. Muse is Joe Starling's I Tube-saving power surge resistor.
mother. ning.Miss Bettie Gaskins of Jacksonville 1-Coffee Table .Printed r-circuits.Available in 3 finishes.-
FREE ESTIMATES, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter ,was the weekend guest of
and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick of her parents Mr. and Mrs J. B. 2-Table Lamps
Tallahassee were here Fridayevening Gaskins.

CALL OR WRITE and attended the Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginboth-
High School Alumni dinner. am and daughter of Maxville were TV ServiceAll
DAY OR NIGHT ,4 Mr. and Mrs. Wyrick remainedfor here this weekend to see Mr. and 95
the weekend as guests of Miss Mrs. Nathan Starling.
Elizabeth Terry. Miss Yvonne Gaskins of Jacksonville 159
WO 4-4207 or WO 44271STARKE Mr. and Mrs. Earl Padgett and spent the weekend withLake

Lockloosa family visited Sunday.Mrs. Perez at her Gaskins.parents Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

Mrs. Ray Rosier and familywere Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Fully Equipped DependableAll
weekend guests of Mr. and Jacksonville was the ,Sunday SOLD ON EASY TERMS
Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
BUILDERSSUPPLIES Mrs. Dewey Price in Plant Ci y. guest of her sister. Miss Enza No
Miss Sue and Richard Reddingof Blanchard. Carrying Charge "
Jacksonville had Sunday dinner -
)Nt Redding.with Misses Elaine and Maxine CEMETERY WORKING WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS RADIO & TV

There will be a Cemetery Working -
Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson of
Jacksonville spent from Friday at New River Baptist Church HART FURNITURE CO INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
*i* until on Wednesday. Nov. 19., Dinner
Monday as a guest'of Mr.
neror Will be served TV Radio Seat Covers ';
AT s.n.i' STARKE, FLA. and Mrs. R. E: Lee. on the grounds, -
We and all,interested are to- 123 E. Call St. STARKE
are sorry to report that persons FLORIDA Phone WO 4-6901 Starke Fla.
t p Darby Gaskins is a patient in vited to take parts .
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UP ALLIGATOR yy yyyyyyyYyYVVTYYVyVYYVVYVVYVVVVVYYYYTYYVYYYYVYYY high school credit for adults.,For: !Special service will be held Sun- Tuesday at 5 p. m. May Lois Mortis -

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZENS lowing the ,lessons and passing featuring'Rev., H. L. Herod of president. E. J. Givens re-

CREEK the en : fcqurse: test.enables tlsestudent i radio,,tation WOBS, Jacksonville.All porter.

OF B ADjFORD "to receive one-half credit j members and friends are askedto
Sons And, Daughters t>f Levi
2 CHURCH NEWS viithi.9.ark in American History toward a regular I come out and share in this
,. 9zo SJ ei1 : high school diploma. On' 4 Sons and Daughters of Levi!
a .f{ ,, Pr !!, j ,, l program at p. m. Sunday. Sponsor Champion' Chapter 641 will hold
satisfactory completion of the ,
Morris. Presiding
li i Tt: .d.* *L-T AA&&A&&A&A&&A&&A&A&&A&v regular at the church at
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JI. We .. ,, ,' L ,.... r t v test it may be used as preparationfor "'Elder Jenkins will hold his last : ..
W; v4 RJE HONOR- ROLL J 1 1'secretary(( "Mr$,JUice :'Hamilton; GED test, which when passed Quarterly t conference on Sunday, 2 p. m. 'All members are asked to
attend. R. Randolph,
Mrs. "Sadie"I* Clark; grants a high school ,equivalency Rev. A. .

Methodist Church At The Tabernacle r''. -i. ** 12th, prade:' Joan Jenkins, assistant .secretary; Mrs. R. H. diploma. Persons' wishing to enroll -Nov.- 23. Junior Church each Supervisor

Been .heasome' tall bass Tommie'dean'IaneJimmie; Scott, Donald; treasurer,' Mrs. M. W.. should send a check for $4 to --
'VlChfirch: School.. 9:45 a. m. The -Gospel Tabernacle fellow- = Hary'Helen '
Helen Bright White.
talesJromfMud Bottom aLaamp- Turner;, Chaplain: ,, Jessie Moorejr. the Board of Public Instruction
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Nursery ship will be glad to hear that the : + '
Marshall '
son .Lake. .Haven't ,been ,,.able to ,11th'GradeGwendolyn .; assistant .reporter, Miss W. with name and address to: Cen- 24 HOUR HOUSEHOLDAND
and Junior/ Church T. :
provided J. Quigley steadily
sponsor get out there and verify any of M: 'Cromity:. We are pleased to tral Adult T. V 345 E.Church St.,
for. young people. .MYF, 6 p. m. improving from his recent illness '
them, but. having fished this particular ,16th Grade: Esther ADen, Helen report that J4rs. .oxr elove.Smithis : Jacksonville,2, Fla, COMMERCIAL
-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Come and hopes't be able to' conduct
spot several times, I knowit Franklin 'Cdtes'HoustOn., .Mar 'at .home improving after a re- Church News
and enJoy"the, fellowship and the services next '
Sunday morning.
could: be so. garet Jchrp9orlores: Jenkins, Ctnt'opera on "at'Brewster Hos Pleasant Grove Methodist Church i

singing at our evening service. The church will hold special If, you Can land big 'bass at [);Frank songAtargar'et: Felton t pits! Principal ,and ':Mrs. C. C: Pleasant. Grove Methodist ELECTRICAL.

The Hen's Club will meet in the Thanksgiving service on Tuesday: this spot you probably know your [Edna Williams' / ; th' Ann'Powell. I Anderson .enjoyed .the.'homecoming Church. Rev. H.. J.
',Fellcw hip Hall :Monday Nov. 17 evening preceding Thanksgiving.An .' stuff because it is literally floored Jttti: grade: 'lUargie. .Leverson, festivities at Florida A & M will hold their last pastor SERVICE J
pastorial day
&t:30 P.-;m.. interesting program is' being on Sunday
*. 'Tuesday' morning prayer group prepared.. Basshas. taken, 'a half hitch around -', Itdi3tasiEllsrson' Mary V Belle Ty- at which time.,, the ,Rattlers I starting with Church School at ,

-at -0:30: a. m. in the Men's Sunday 'cue ,before, you. 'can ,say. son .. h-: defeated< the"A, & T.-CoJlege, with<\ .10 A. M. Supt. Leo DeSue in ,"'.__,_'_ _._ -- -'- -- -

School room.Wednesday. Presbyterian Church i iFridayAdult JackrBi! >binsah. 8th Grade: 'Betty Jean -Crum' a score of 37.UJ 22. They reported ,charge. Morning Worship at 11 a.

'. evening Prayer. 1 Just:, got\,back from: the $t. Floria Edijtf Commings,, Mary j' aVirginia'Pefl."Perca thrilling 'game, from start to m., evening worship at 7 p. m. NOW AT 213 E. CALLi-r

Meeting at 7:30 and choir practicefollowing I, Choir practice S Johns :River, at Lawrence's fish Lee 'Hood.Flora .I finish. The Spiritual Echoes at [ "

p.nj. Camp. The 'water had .run out .Belle' Hudson. Booker T. The third sang
At '::30. Also a meeting' I : rand fourth grade Brooker and set the entire church Home Wiring-
Sunday-Church School for alages t jr. 9 I
and the.mud banks were.showing. Martian; ;;, ,Mary JJgadalene ,classes, taught by-Mrs. R. H. Donaldpreserted _
of the!+Board of Education at.8:30.: 9:45: a.m. Morning Wor] that water all in ,Perdue i on ;ire.--, There was not a dry eye
Boy. got out the Aker. Lee Williams. : ; a very fine program in the j I I ,0 Electrical Fixtures
We extend si cordial invitation ship, 1J sermon by Rev. OJi-' last' three house. A very successful
amt l two or days. Saw several .7th Grade ,Sl1rle1; Anp.Mooi!, Monday in observance of I

to all to dome' aid worship i with ver Carmichael of Jacksonville,, nice patches of eel grass and Sylvia Ford, 'Janie Mae" Scott, I American'Education; Week. The program night at was Mt. Moriah rendered Methodistin Monday '|' Can_.Be Installed On Monthly Payments

,'. caught a few bass. Barbara. Jean Handerson Bert i t
program tape recorded
_. : was by
L Jacksonville. Rev. Damon Dell,
St. Mark Episcopal Fellow by the name of Under- Eli .Jones, Mattie Mae Banks, Supervisor,, Shell. and will be. re- 'pas tor. This wonderful sing- Fixtures and Supplies
very I
wood: .and talked .to Rosetta
came by me. Wheeler. later,date. Other ing is L I
Bv.Raymond .-;. MacBUda You bass fishermen will know,him i 6th Grade:. DottieSue Chand- Ueachers, 'ooperating in the group at your service. Call

I BIBLE VERSE 'Sunday' Services-:3:45) ajn., 2.S'the man .who.rented boats at lerr Linda Dianne Kelly, Sandra gram sere lf:.Mrs., ".C. Johnson, them want and up and when tell them want what them you -.-__ _._,____u.._____ .,'_-.""

Church School: 11:00: Morn Week's Landin:,on the.St. Johns. KLaneJShirley Ann Scott Shir- Z.P.'Jennings: .;B"Richardson you

.. Ing Prayer and Sermon: Says,, he ,is now running Jones ley Ann Smith Beverly A. Strong, and, W.nM., Cromity., Significant and they will .be' happy to serve.

.-.. ):: Holy Communion-First Sunday place on Grandin Lake and that Dora Mae Williams James E. marks .n'ere, made by, Principal Sister Eva Hunter is happy to

---=-- :1'fw. 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, they're catching nice bass'there.. : Butler, .William W. Pierce_ Bur-. C.C. at.the; close of The program.AU announce the engagement of her WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE Inc..

7:30: ,a.m. } know of several prize winners tiss C. Turner.5th.GradeEarl. ,pupils were encouraged to in son, Nathaniel to Miss Geric ,
be -
; it
should thought a |
[should raise the dead? ; 7:45 p.m., Litany and already. This; a favorite haunt of J., Cummings, Mamie Lee Davis, school.during this ,week. Watch | graduate of RJE and ,is now a ,

Acts; 26:8 Bible Study. Janes Graham and Bishop, hut Veronica .DeSue. Zephinal ,Lane j iliac. paper,for.the Anderson ,Tun- mechanical engineer in the US -
these boys won't give you much Jessie Murphy Odttms l Army. The marriage will be solemniied -;
t .Maxcine. nor.High..Basketball. schedule. Mys.
: ,
:First Christian Church competition until after hunting I Velma Peek. Shirley Ann Brpwn, Catherine Johnson, reporter. PTAwill in Iowa at the home of
teasonI figure Graham has already .Gwendolyn ,Collins the bride-elect on Nov. 28. TheY LOCAL MANAGER FOR"World's t
.__ t -- Marian Jenkins be held on the first -Ttresda
'- Morning worship, 11 a.m. .been in the scrub looking ', Sharon 1- Lee,;Kel>y',*,Jackie in,e ch..m nth: '* ooiy>le.plns) to come to Starke in \

: "Rev. J. E. :Sherwood: pastor to,:see if be could .find a deer Marshall.,*Martha McBride.. Clar-- Tburston,School! .News December to spend the holiday
I ,
J Sunday School, worth Jiis ,salt. From what* I hell Mitchell; Joyce Reddish, with,family and friends. May Bell

Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. I. could gather: listening to .the'd; ear CayrJaccksot'Ivais-l; aaliieYd '1 be The held regular Monday PTA night meeting after will the I Dell.-..reporter. Jim ,Walter Corp1

Wednesday Prayer Meeting, hunter talk, this will be'a goo 4th Grade; Henry.U, Iomm: .i thir
Sunday, School.:- 9:45 AM 7:30: p.m. i season Dorothy J>svisJJfcverly/Ijevefsoh: ,i iza Brown in Mount Moriah MethodistChurch.
,Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. ; The-first half of the split dove Valaria."J ilci RaymOPd Slnit h:;. 'charge. Mrs S. C. Rev. H J. Blount pastor

Morning. ,Worship11 AM Wednesday. season is"' closed Until Nov: 27 3rd ..Grade: !Anthony: ::PeSue, : Price free prjoctpaj movie 4ias tried to secure will<\ hold its traditional, apprecia O\ Largest Home Builders"WILL

Ladies Council let And, 3rd when it .will run again through Betty, Jean ,Smith, Audrey Marie, a as a feature, but was tion program on Monday at 8 p.

Training. ,Union. 6:15 PM Tuesday nights.Everybody Pee., 31. However, deer, turkey, Griffin, C .;r b'n'Taylor. unable willbe to .get Jack Trawick ,as he m. in the cafetorium of RJE according
welcome to each inattendance at a city to a report from the lay- BE IN STARKE
quail and squirrel will Nov. 2nd '
; ropen Grade Juley Frances,
Eve., Worship 7:30 P.M.: service. ; council meeting in Laa rays; He has leader and co-sponsor, and Mrs .
*/- 15 and the waterfowl season be Louis. Kelly''jr., ,John Hewitt
I pi-onvsed this group moleearly .
gins Nov: 22. Burch, James Bass, Jr.,, HarriettMitcheU M. E. Roberts. Each year the : EACH THURSDAYAT
in the
.new .
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH year. PrincipalPrice membership of the church
Please note that the 'dailymooting : ,
Joseph Aloston'Mitchell,
I : AS asking, all members and I !
Madison Street one obis method to say "THANKYOU"
Premillennial hours begin at half Juauita'fiose Ttiylot, .CarolynThomas friends
to attend this .
pre'banksgi'ing .
to and all who
hour before slmrise.le-cept> dove] Jea'rline any persons
Missionary.:. Tyson, Joseph
Seven miles of !
south meeting at .7 t
p. m.
Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle and .at,one half hour'after sun- MorriSrCaielyn -Tyson. Miss ,,Albert, have participated on the pro
rack- repoJ'ter.'ateroa.k STARKE
and made contributions to HARDWARE CO.
Bapfl5t(940 Church ham,- pastor.Sunday set. Note, however, .that the 1st. ,Glade' : RobejHarikerson n,. .W ,School grams .
'' shooting ,hours on ,nonresident.sPeci ; .,,Lillian t;,3'urcji'Setty. J..Davis.Geraldine'vDean the total success of the'' church ,.
The .
School. m., Worship readirrg.readiness. tests
were during the conference ; P.fe
or'migratory birds jend ,'at year. If you j 12:30 TO. 6:0OP.M
( gKocfc r( ) Aladison St. 11, a. m.. Training Union, 7 sunset s and not one- half hour Dommon, porisTI'Graham; Blinds: .Ann administered to the children in have participated in any way consider ;

p. m; Evening Worship,' 8 p. m. :Cot- the.first 'second and third grades this invitation
to be
an .
afterwards,,Ihave.of, ten wondered trie.Lane, Johnnie WcDuffie, Me!- preent. I.1
Wednesday Prayer meeting i today by the supervisor. All of thechildren .
1. H; Plenty of good things to eat
MarJry'Jr.:, Pastor : if I was sitting in a:.taU .i>in e verean;: MorrisBillytTerryj,- Gloria
7:30 p'r m. t I 'enrolled: were present will be there and .fine .
tree, if the sun set at the sam e Ann Cox:; Guss Kelly, Tom Mardui ;, a very pro '
Everyone welcome.j 8.>?d the ,;c<)Ies"ere very revealing gram .4s being planned for your Appointments Call
I time for me as for the fellow Andrew Baie; Carolyn Crude;-; .
Several of the .
,pupils will be v entertainment..

I the ground.. .YivianurSh.Cr all Meeting.Chapter163., Lillian- 'Hankerson{ cemny' id d next term for special Allen Chapel .A. M. E. Church JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector
Stark education at RTE-Mrs. M. E. Roberts -
-Allen-Chapel AME Church, Rev,
"" rTYYYYTTTTYTPINE ,be ll l of the -Ordercf ,
,.principal wishes to thank all L. Sampson,- pastor will hold STARKE -- WO 4-5311
Eastern Star will have meeting t-
a .
patrons for their past cooperationand regular services on Sunday start 'P'
Rev Lewis D. Haines, Pastor IFV1M, tonight. pug to.the rain and
.L iiOOctts'your'continued' support. ing with Sunday School at 10 a.
: bad 'w'the
Jefferson and Court Streets In the' Heart of Town t regular meeting ,for the. rest of..the term. "
Mrs. H. l M. McRjM t could not be held.:Worthy Matron The pre-school m, Su:)t. Irene Thomas in charge. 7f1's A Quality Home .

f Mo*> 'w< Phones! .: Office 234* Pastorium** 130 .** UM4AA.-t .. "i,_ JauWWaLAA bers Mitchell ''asks" all ,ni"fineQ) 8tiV.B6otf*g Nt+Gm''IItieaOO helpers wooper-are evening Morning service worship'at,at 6 11 p. .m.a. m.All, '

bepresent at. this meet
SUNDAY tley leave received from members are asked to see leaders It's A Walter
11:0fl A.M.- 7:30 PAL Rev. W. P. Hall filled his regular -' she-has a message:of import t' arenis't<< Amgndalerier. { ,Chandler I end discharge your full duty. I f fr

appointment at Pine Level since for you, can explain\ repdit I +
Sunday-School'9:45 A.M..
gUnion 6J5, PM.\
information to the
you, like
*"V B Baptist Church last Sunday witha Remctfial.#eading-RJ
Midweek Service Wednesday *7:30' PM.: good attendance at both Sunday Worth Matron 'scf please attend dr, The remedial l re 'ding classes .. III

School We .were.hap- The meeting will be held 'at the faugiit.byillrs,, E, AJ; Given of r, 1

cA FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU py to have all visitors... Masonic, Temple, n""Brownlee St Speqial; Education have been given ,

A .William Guy HaH and daughter ,Rev.pamori Dell is the Most Worshipful the I t' .
AT. : California Reading"Test by .,. .
,"t FRIENDLY CHURCH V Pat of Cocoa attended church MaSter'and the Worthy Supervisor Shell. The diagnostic I""

inane and' were dinner' guests I of Pat ronSrof DiE.'S.;. and .in whose profiles have been*set up and will tJaiJlli3i'I"f .

his'parents, Rev. -and.:Mrs. Hall. [lionor ,_the chapter. has beennamed. be studied'by all the teachers who ,3 .!

The' Miss Geraldine Fender and her All'new and.old membersare have students participating in the I
perfect tribute to 1 '..1'
urged f.o -attend this
mother visited Mrs.T Randall Sirmans ; very important ; 1
j M program.. On November 19 Mrs. ,.1' .,' J
.a.: cherished memory in ,Bradford County Hospital ,meeting; We.must make; Minnie 'Hall Melds, specialist i in ,a. ,;:

,, Sunday afternoon.V They also plans .which !rill,.lnclude our .arjniversary. ? reading and elementary subjects, ,,- ;, ", ::1

'. 'Every ,funeral that we con. visited.Mt.ahd Mrs.,Byd.Jenkins reporter! : lets. Bertis RobinsC, will have a "follow-up" study .. 4 1 7 ,n'j''

duct i ig, a source,: of while in Starke. group meeting with Mrs E. Jl; .' i ,1
sustaining r It's .
; ABoy, '
-A birthday celebration, in honorof Given, Supervisor Shell and the YOU STOP WITH I
solace A
and spiritual inspira i 3rz and Mrs. -$emard Millerare V :
H. held ;
the M. McRaes. was --
teachers .
partic pa ing' the remedial :!
lion! to the family. .. t last Sunday. All of the children .the .proud parents of a baby program. Principal Eddie .. I -. i ;:

I ,. J were there except Owen who is boy born Friday Nov. 7. The bathe by Thompkins, who, initiated this .' .. ... -
Hundreds of details was .named; Bernard Darrell in i
are managed and economical. stationed in New Jersey with ,
program, has endorsed"the meet
ly attended to that only a trained and, careful Navy. Many. relatives and friends honor'of' hiS fathers The mother ing which will be held. in,the library ./:
organization attended including 22 grandchildren is the former Annie Mae Baker, '
can perform when the urgent need of RJE:
for is and ,14 great grandch 1'1d1'tn. recent graduate of. RJE, who .
serving at hand.DeWITT We regret'th .recent death of
Those present of the family were resides. at 707 Florida,, St. Motherand Charles )!
E. Kennedy, grandfather ,
C. JONES Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Ing! fine.District on.arereported: : at home del-: of: one of our cb-.workers'i Miss on 1 ence.

FUNERAL son Gerald Mr., and,Mrs. A.. R. Edna M. Kennedy. Appropriateexpressions
SERVICE McRae and Son Buddy, fir and Meeting; 'were sent by the faculty .

PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610 Mrs. J."'W.. McRae, ,Mrs. John E. The.r iular meeting of District members, and friends from

We furnish thi highest type service at lowest prices, and accept McRae and childrenMr.: and Mrs. V. of the'Florida Teachers" Association "; )Bradford: < County. Similarly we I ,

ANY life Insurance policy in force; issued by-ANY company,'** B. M. McRae, Mr. a dMrs.Rob.ut will beheld in OcalaS atcrourn the loss of Lee Clinton ,'i

payment In part or ty full I on funeral service Consultation Myrick and children, Mr. and urday Nov...15. The meeting wUI' Jenkins, brother of Miss Mae tom.. ,iiI'
carries Mrs V. Thornton.. Mr and Mrs. begin at 9 a'"m.: and will included '
p no obligation.' Frances;.Jenkins and Mrs. Maurice .
M. J. McRae.: Mr. and Mrs., Alfred of. the 67 counties'of Florid Whjte both, teachers &t' RJE. He : I
r Princip'al: ,
Brown, all of Stare. Mr:. and C. ,Anderson is the was the.son of Pro, and Mrs. A. ;,, :,,

NfR .,l1t"W-- Mrs. A. F. Hall and children, Mr. president of the Bradford County P.Jenkins, principal and retired

r4r a and Mrs.''Robert' Taylor.and chil- Teachers Association ..and.w. t q}, teachers'of the'county.The funeral

I dren. and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. ,poll the delegation for,. he'genertl! i l tt'IS' Said In "Tallahss'ee'
Barney Eggars and children. Mr.and election in Ocala. All members ire 4
Tperoay_Q!,this week Expressions t 1
:. Z expected to attend including Ole\ w
Mrs. J3donSapp.] .Rudolph> f ere: sent 'from ,the ..BradfordC
t. I
new music'specialis, Miss ViolettaWiWams '' =
Sapp. Jo Allen Sapp and Marshall Teachers ,

Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. L. A.; Cr s- of Daytona Beach Miss faritily''TaAahasse. # t "

by. Charles and Gloria and Sue Williams is a graduate 'of B le- ; ;
M: S: Wheelel, reporter.. '
Crosby and Mrs. and; MrsLeo:. thune-Cookman College and (.holds\ IWrtpton Training: School -
a BS in Music E4uc tiOQ. The '
Richardson. .
Don'tIor'get"the' free moviesTtresdajr
nit ;
Visitors of the H. M. McRaes next regular meeting of the county Nov.It at"T President
p. m.
i Sunday afternoon were Mr. and teachers will be held- .at;;RJE' Trudier Durham asks all
Mrs. John Roberts *of Melrose, Q.n F'ridaY. Dec..5. i"
America V edts'fo'totne out and bring_ the I -1 L :3 ,

; VV Lawtey Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Fisher Mrs Gaskins. W. Hol-of County All the Education schools Week of; Bradford.j.pupils fine"' .meeting.and friends Refreshments" for this very will ... gasolines that are first i in I performance

and have been -.observing I I
.liman and son Carl daughter 16'be"served. 'to-come: out _
Carol of Hawthorne, Miss Laura annual celebration. :With and f.h .Je t' good Mrs: !
bane M.
from experience/Southern motorists
significant programs,.The theme long Your confidence in us a reflected by our
Liles of Andrew Oliver -
StarkeMrs. this year' is "PTA-USA". Taylor, principal, Christine Clark, expect Standard Oil to be first with the first, confidence in the future of the South. During
Emphasis -
and sister of Jacksonville, and -
has been placed reporter. and Standard Oil dealers to supply them J9J7, our expenditures in Alabama
FIRST Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. cards, upon report'!Adult Education'trolling wfth gasolines that are constantly improved. Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi,

CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mr. and Mrs,Bishop 'Thomasand school community participation ,in all parents and former That Standard Oil gasolines fulfill these ex for additional real estate, buildings

'w family were dinner guests of program; ciYk..and re students of schools in 'Bradford( pectations: is evidenced ty the fact that they and facilities enlargement repair

Starke, Florida tAN j Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. andMrs. Parents.are invited County to enroll hi the evening arc bought by"'more motorists than any 'and maintenance prexril l plants and

OPEN H. H. Lewis Sunday.1 visit the schools throughout adult school at RJE. You can .other brand in the area, served by Standard equipment and all expenses of operation
OUR FRIENDS & .MEMBERSare I Pansy Crosby Is Married. the' county this wellas workduring the_day and complete Oil dealers. ,including Payrolls,liccnwi: and

We in ''the..process of erecting addition Miss Pansy Crosby,;, daughterof any or all ;Sreeks during the your education at :night. If you To farther Justify this continued con taxes (excluding Federal income taxes) CRO A u
an to our Mr. and Mrs, L* A. Crosby of year. (Remember, these are oUr! "believe Science of all amounted to over $50,000,000. __
present church building. This don't ft ask Henry Bryantwho the quality three of our popu _
unit will children and
rooms for give us added Starke and :Ii'or ,Richardson; sonof "Better Schools Is a recent night school grad lar' gasolines, has again' been improved Our future is the future of the South. ,/
Make Better-
Sunday School classes and space for socialactivities. Mrs Mary Richardson end the Communities!" uate of RJE. Your are 'never too !stare toil a' new high in performance We never lose sight of this fact in i" CROWN \

The extension will cost 'about $3,000.00. the late Mr. Richardson of Reidsv'f tile, Anderson Junior High SC\ M 1The .old' to learn. Enroll tonight. A whichever,,you use. waling plans and expenditure aTtZA
work is' N. C., were united in regular.meeting of the PTA .
presently being carried contributions .o marriageSunday course In history"will, be offered 1 /C.; ',
labor and finances. Each Saturday morning members evening at 7:30: -p. m., Oct.: y&S held last'Tuesday; night at for adults on 'TV Channel .7 according -('."" It't \
31. at Bayless the scho:l..The following officers
and..friends,work on the construction. We solicit Highway dap fist to an -announcement in STANDARD OIL COMPANY
your Church. Rev. Alton M. Stevens of .were elected for this term: presi- -
help in hw, good work. Financial dent the Florida Times Union. The .
contributions may Palatka performed the ceremony.Trie Linwood Crawford: vice- ., IKCNTuCKYI. : t
lessons :
be mailed Television will be taugh
tp'the First .
Christian! Church P.,O. Box 428 'counle '
are riving
now Inn
Starke,: Florida or placed' in the miniature church i their new home on Baykss WA."TEDClean Cotton Raji each Wednesday night starting < ; ,
*:"No No at 830; p.. mrahdwill; K.
the vestibule of the main church way. We wish them much Pants .ShIrts, Must B% continuf! G. DUNCAN AGENT
building. happiness
"; CltalB o County Telel for 8 y'cest; The, ,series will, b ,

Fe t f| "van', .through.' -. ' ;t 't .;,. ,:ignP6, t.t .. _;> ,; t. n-' =J .- fj pourseliasadual csld.AnlericaA) : purpose'for.Stary",, The btarke'Florlda' -t." I fHId 1Phone I WO'41521r.AF.

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. r..99YYyyyyyY,- h" _YWYYW.__ ...._ residents was the, wedding of )Miss of an accident in the family. She' of :her mother.rhpso has Caus t force._ .His brotherw: : and. pane.d! 1 bj a certified or as follows: redeemed ,

Jane Richarde to Lyle Buck 3rd.! will also visit with relatives in much excitement with her tai sister,Mr. and krs. aoa 'Faile. ier's 'or treasurer's ch I Certificate No. 1C; Year of Issuance erty described according in to.such laW'h xr..ii.ate pr 'pf

FARM Saturday odist night at the First Meth Moorehead. Ky. lug around and ,hospital}] stay. 'Jo- spent:,the,.weekend here. with the mount the unqualified of 19.000.00. Description 196 of Property All W % or highest certificates bidder will nit-the be court sr'd: -to nou' the>-

Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Robertsonare ann returned to Tampa' Sunday; Brannens.Sunday. I opinion of Patterson, of Blk 5 S of R 4 W E of W line door on the first Monday in ;Monthof .

a By Mrs. O. E. Crosby Miss Harriet Loadholtz of Gain 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. E.!: Gene and Annette Lang brought visitors ,,at the home orneys.Richardson, of & Watson. of Same NEt in; which of SWk assessed Temples Rufus S-D. December, 1958;; which is the 1
esville spent the weekend with Grac home took Joann backto of Mr. Complete day, of December. 1958.
and financial
Crews and
this week. Urs. J. J. 'Brannen Dated this
byAll 30 day of Ot, 1958
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmembers Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dowdy.. her home. Of'course Gene'and instructions to of said property being in the OFFICIAL
near Hampton were their and ( SEAL)
Mr. and Mrs. John son
of award
Spence ,to successful
County of
F1ft.een of' Brownie Mrs. Vera Alvarez spent Sunday w1f Annette sPent a part of the form copies of Bradford. State of Florida CHARLES A. DARET.Clerk .
Jacksonville spent the weekend daughter-in-law .Mr, And fMrs. the Unless such certificates shall be of Circuit of Bradford
Scouts meet 'for i their weekly with her'brother-in-law'and Sis- with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. weekend with Annette's family.Bessie D. D. Branhen of Lakeland:' their. ment,be and other redeemed according to law the prop- County Florida.
meeting) at the1'Community,Club ter. Mr. and Mrs. Jl; E.''Pearce O. E. Crosby. .Strickland visited her c uihter MiS4jesse.Afey} : Bran- signed may or from Pierce.from erty certificates described will in such be sold certificateor to the n-6 4t H.:?

Monday afternoon at 3:30: wit Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian doctor] again Saturday, he ,,eranotinced D eli of Bartow; ,Mr.,ands Mrs. iVulbern 'Financial highest bidder at the court house -
Mr. and Mrs. O.; E. Crosby'andchildren vice Inc.. P. O. Box NOTICE TO DEFEND
\their leader Mrs. Davis and assistant Conner for the last,few 'days were spent Sunday in Gaines her improving nicely just Cecil Moore ;of Williston; Mrs. ille 1, Florida.' The door December on the,first 1958.Monday which in is Monthof the 1 I. Circuit Court, Bradford Cciaty.

leader:Mrs!:.Owen House. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ville with her care and not too 'much work'or Florence Moore and Mr. fwd Mrs; any and all bids la re8 I day of December, 1958. Florida: la Chancery;

'I Mr;, and 'Mr$.' Marion" -Hingston and Mrs. W. E.. Shanley and Mrs. Joe Greene.parents M;. and- worry and she will be all right a- Ernie.Dowljng of'Starke, and STRUCTION THE POARD. OF OF Dated this 30 day of Oct 1958. Marcell Lewis, Plaintiff Case ,No.vs. 12-C55 Flora

of Live Oak 'spent the weekend daughter Kathy of Miami, and The Community Club gain./ Of course we 'were glad to. from Hampton. Preston Nettles;I COUNTY FLORIDA.By OFFICIAL CHARLES SEAL A. DABET.) Allen Lewis Defendant

With Mr. and Mrs. Fred Canncn Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bateman and and hear this. Ernie Padgett was our Mr. and MrS. Raleigh Bra nen. (s) Harmon P. Clerk of Circuit of Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR
Demonstration Club will To: Flora Allen Lewis, whose residence -
and her mother Mrs Kingston. son of Tallahassee. Sunday guestsof meet chauffeur and we are more than Ardel Brannen, Tracy Jones RotheUe County, Florida. and address is: Unkown
11$ 4t 11-27
; at the. Club next Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs: Owen House at- the Conners at grateful to him, Jones You are hereby notified that a.
were Mrs. Con- 1 p"m.:All members of bo1lclubs ; ao4> Mr..and Mrs. suit for divorce
tended the Georgia-Florida football ner's mother Mrs. Effie Crosby are urged' to attend this ,Yougan and Susie Padgett call Bob Faile 'of Jacksonville.. NOTICE' TO NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR has been filed against you in the

game in Jacksonville Saturday and children. Gerald and Elaine. important ed on the ;Stricklands Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr. I. TJle('u..t Florida Of The ('. TAX DEED above named Court and cause and
of and meeting.. afternoon and that and Bradford Notice is hereoy given that W. R. you are required to serve copy of
Starke Faille Donaldsonf we learned daughter Marcia ComttT,
Kenneth Osborne who fa attending : Hare moved !. Pre..t.In ..- Alderman the holder of .the followIng your answer or pleading to the com
Mr.I and Mrs. Jim McDonald of I Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. LeonConner ,the University of they as well as almost everyone Monday from Middleburg to Mr. re: Estate of certificates has filed said certificates plaint on the Plaintiffs
Jacksonville spent the weekend of Bayless Highway. Carolina South else we have seen have been suffering Slade's parents home here Mr. Deceased., for a tax deed to be issued Attorney Florida R. Bumped Macclenoy)
recent thereon.
was a guest of The certificate
with: their uncle and aunt and attended Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. with severe colds and.. flu... and Mrs. V. J. Slade.. To l BK All Claim Creditor or and'.. and years /issuance, the numbers description and the Clerk file the of original the Circuit m the Court office on or of
the Richacde-Buck wed Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Dugger and Osborne. Hope all are soon well. Mrs.. H. D. May Js staying at Said Eatatet of the property and the before the

ding in Starke Saturday night. 1 I family attended the B squad football Sympathy is, extended A short time back we. four. .an the home of her son., and daugh You and each of you names follows in which: it was assessed areas 24 day of November 1958;
notified and otherwise
We to" that I in rsr4 are very glad report ; game Lake City Tuesday r our.' Stolen and Mrs. ? e C. L. claims and demands complaint will be taken as confessed
Q. E. Crews Is 'able to be"'homeaiain. night: in the death of their mother whopassed McGuffey/s Sixth Reader, both May, since she returned home either of you may have ] ]Description of Property: Coma at a by you.
This notice shall
estate of Milton be publishedonce
after being'a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews ,away last tgeei .'Also toMr. books my parents' and also Jim from the Bradford 'County Hosy late of said County H. to Pt. at Cor. of St. St. & Lake Ave each week for four t'onset'Utivoweeks"ln
King Memorial Hospital last week Strickland studied when theweie'youngrtersWe pital. Judge of Bradford & on W. side of St. St.. run the Bradford County T 1e-
and children of Auburndale spent t and Mrs. Lihdsey, who lost N. 20 ft- W. 70 ft.. S. 20 ft.. E graph.
with"' the flu." the weekend with his parents, Mr.. their little grandson. Charles Sapp find, bot4:0We' Mr and .Mrs. !$enn.eth Brown at aid his County office in[at the I 70 ft Par with Lake Ave. to POBW. Dated this 22 day of October

(Mrs. O. E. Crosby and son. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. They attended of Lawtey..:. books rather interesting and children drove to Red Bay within eight calendar Name. of in Ry.which assessed Pearl C. 1958.

Speedy, were visiting'in Jacksonville the Homecoming in Starke Miss Shirley Brown spent the" were\more than gad} to be Ala.. and -Belmont- :; Miss for. ,the the thIs: time notice.of. the Each first claim Hein. (OFFICIAL Charles A. SEAL Darby)
back to Sunday School and All ot said in the
weekend being Clerk
Saturday. property of the Circuit Court
and visited Mrs. Crews' brother- weekend with her brother-in-1$wand hall be in writing and County, Bradford. State of FloridaUnless By Marian ,
church' S some'who tle pf Crosby Deputy Clerk.
t Griffin
Saw > ri Wesley' the place of
'We are sorry to hear that Mrs. in-law and sister Mr. apd Mrs. ,sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil underwent; surgery :- residence such certificates shall be 10-23 4t 1113How's
tic of the claimant,
had been out'due'to'sickneJS.
) fAlschua
Hattie Collins is in the hospital Milo Seigler and 'children.Mr. Rowe of Starke. Naturally 'we were .aU'more the rj 1 County...Hospitalin I sworn to by the _'_"_.....m..._._...______x._a, QO,n c. _.x_ma st n''e w
We wish her a ,speedy recovery. and Mrs. Phil Brown of Mr. and Mrs Ursell Edwards .GamesvUle/on. Friday morning or> attorney and any
pleased to see each other able to last week. demand. not. BO filed -,
was 'expected
Farm to'be '
Many residents attended Virginia visited his parents Mr.end and daughter, Linda visited rely *
the Hcmecoming activities in Mrs. W. A. Brown last Thurs- tives and 'friends in Lake Butler be present? .again: But dour'lflwe. able, ,to return' home.this .Thvrs; :- .Ay executor of the
Starke last weekend. [ ,believe is the numberl1! day. Testament of Jliltoq 'H
day.Mrs. and Brooker. Sunday., rolled in Sunday School we j just Mrs., Charles I" .eased. .alileslild'aJ"I
Another event of interest which 'Vernon Crosby was called. Thought for the week Love ticks underwenttonsilectomy First publication -

was attended by many of the, to<< Cincinnati last Friday because your enemies do. good to them had .64 present.were, Wonder whirI: ; ) ,! at Alachua General l 1 -:
the others ?/ I -
Hospital uj.aame vUle on'Thurs-
that hate .
weren't home or in 'a' 'hospital day lat week. Aftera day at herparents' OCTOBER CALL :FOR 28.

...... .. .. .. ... sick or having to take care of.thesick. home. 'near Gainesville Sealed bids will be,
.t. wonder; too Just how all' of she',returned home Saturday Y the City Council of

'as would feel to have a 100 percent ,evening.. Starke Starke Florida Florida, at until the,

WHY IS THIS A GOOD HILL attendance JUST ONE TIMEIN Mrs. Leo Savage of Waldo. a P. M. on Tuesday, "

ALL SUNDAY SCHOOLS? :If J former Hampton resident visited No.1958.I Bids or Item'o may be submll, 2

hy Mm. J. I. tatricklnnAAAALAAAAALAAALALAALALA some great prize is, offered, or a here on ondaY of this week collectively. At which

I SHOW GIVEN then we can have place all bids received 00
COMMUNITY : Li ilcly opened and read
'a house full. Wonder,how thesefolks f CALL POR'BIDS' following:

Y I We are ,glad, to have; .Gl adys .will feel when they have to I. .rl, T OCTOBER 38.. 1858. Item >.. 1
Sealed bids One-1959 two-ton
'' will 'b* received
Taylor living on. her property at SHOW THEIR FACES BEFORE the,TQy. ConncU of' ther City of .chasis. minimum
Clay Hilt known as "The Chicken, GOD'S' THRONE? We fearT for Starke'Florida, at'the City Hall i in wheelbasa 8-cyclinder your horsepower?
: Starke Florida, until 7:00 o'clock 175 H. >'. HeavY-
Fa\1lL'We, hope she is satisfied them! Anway the, intermediate: P '
"-Mi'-on 'Tueida)",: JToTet b r -'18. 825X20 10-ply tires
Because of,united\,effort. and remains with us. class won the banner again. I urge 1958; at 'which' time and place- al 1 rear. 2-Speed rear a You may have plenty of horses under the hood, but

We all work t 4' I Buddy,Wilkinson has built all parents to bring theIr. children. n, and'read.bids:received aloud will on be the publicly opened Item speed.ore.transmission tOne if you don't feed 'em right you won't get the kind .

together chicken houses on his property who are'in the Nursery 2_and Beginner Regular .gasoline approximately following: Heavy-duty. I-Ip. of performance you were hoping for when you

through community projects, i where the dwelling burned sometime nc1.leLme..;ee how....I a I i. ..Hi-TUFguoU.\5000 gallons. 14-ton Under double-arm capacity bought that new car.

through shopping ( ago. The fire destroyed allot teacher feels when all of her class ,_, .u.on galloM. sJmatelr steel platform body To make the most of your horsepower fill your

locally; Charles Lang's household goodsand is i cent..,We)Just.'had: 4..of our Kerosene* > approxigiateljr.. (.. 2000" 96In.' wide overall; gas tank with clean-burning high octane Phillips 66
,allon,., pockets on each side
through various constructive clothing. We understand Bud 14 present Sunday.. ', Fuel.
.Above. qtuntUieft.. tot. a .twelve e ,pockets on rear 4- Fhte- No other gasoline provides the combination
organizations .' to make dy will move' here .to raise chickens The eldest man in he" .Sunday months.yerlod.Thtaaid'City. ", _'. cross members with :. of high performance components that make

this We welcome them"to'"our School: 'Jim i Strickland.: Sageli;: I to arcept'of.reject h'-s auyot'alr cve'the..r.hid' .. steel tudinal bulkhead Ibf'am'ith-'with', e this the "Aristocrat of Motor Fuels
a more prosperous a neighborhood. 9' course.Buddy. birthday'offering. Sunday arid of ,CiTY.OF'STA.RKE, FLORIDA and peepholes Palnt The advantages of Phillips 66

more forwarding l looking ; right'at home as be farms hereevery course we sang "Happy:Birthday"to .By, Carl Johns' City'1013! Clerk 3t- 7-14 chasis stalled with on City minimum of ',:': Flite-Fuel are noticeable immedi
year and t
keeps cattle here., him. cab to axle freedom
ately. Easy starting
in which
to live.At ._ in fact has bride quote F.OB at their
: spent most_u_ of-- _his. life- Eddie Kerrin and were NOTICE '' OF :APPLICATION, FOR oral tax not : from stalling. lively acceleration!
"' u on this iui? -, VAX to be
this bank we're keenly with 'us Sunday and Eddie DEED" The said
Notice Is bereb City J Fill up at the station hereyou seethe
;that W.R.
A few mornings ago a hawkI preached both noon and eveni g. I Alderman the.holder of to accept or reject any.
interested. in all such the followIng CITY OF STARKE, : I orange and black Phillips 66 Shield.
cqop- : decided to come our and give The morning lesson was from certificates has 'filed aid .
r way .... .' -cq f' By:Carl Johns, City)
:i erative efforts{ to promote I I our chickens' grand fright. Jim John; 19: 25- 'lr Suppose you read Uficate' for a tax cerrtfloate deed to be' : issued ,
n -
'C local welfare and t the f I gathers up- his old shot gun and thl 1*' and' see how.'m ,py'st r ed 1 bets-and" y Pt/'Of'" issuance the 4escrlptlon t / JEROME JOHNS OIL CO.
to"Christ s'on of.'thd'property/'and NOTICE OF
takes a shot at Mr. Hawk""and close; while he the ;

progress. of -our customers. kills 'the hawk.# In..a few. minutesa"Blu'eJay the cross.- 'as names which, .' 'it was assessed. are. Notice is hereby TAX DEED given, Distributor

alights in one.'.of, the :Hope to be able,' to be at church. C rtlfkateN;' .IZ3; 'Year of Issuance Alderman the holder: of i
1956 ing'certificates1 has Starke, Fla.
pecan:trees, [they carry off nutsm' l nextSundSy.aM to.rtv our regular tificates
.... Description of Property: ,Ix>t:49 & for a tax "
,takes a shot at the Jay; hits report nexkwpek.HAMPTON.' .... .. N-l-S',of.Lot,46inLawtey...E. of sued ther n.The
I *.. bers and
: Ry. > years ot
FLORID it-and believe it or not then the Tfawe In which asseasedFaan i :scription ''oftb.- i .....
Bank bird fell it, was a Yellowhamkfer t! _.:' ".# Twri.!? Stewart., :;" ,:<" > .' names in:which it was ;m; :

One o! is Banks ba'| at S.r"$ Can you beat that for marksmanship County All of of' Bradford, State' being of Florida in the --

the Florida National or magic work? It would be Unless such certificates shall be
Group hard to do! redeemed according to law the property -

Mrs." Grace Lang returned horn BZ'.Mrs. D._'E. lint certificates described.will in such be sold certificate to the
Member Federal. Deposit Insurance Corporation, from Tampa Saturday She ti asmi1Y bigJtMt-'bxider at the court house
been taking care'of Joana's fa &A&A A&&i& A."AA.. ut door ,on the first Monday In'Month ,
of ,December
1958, which is. the 1
.... while Joann has been taking care School: News day at Dumber 19SS. fta"r IlnD[
no_ u for--.!. thl.__,_ _*A_ _dAY_I ?_.* ft_ 1CE9.......
'. Miss Louise Raul second grade" teacher at Hampton" CHARLES. .'. DART, Jfl1G mv"p
Clerk of Circuit of Bradford
Share the Profits n'Star! Elementary School was absen$ County Florida. .

YOU from classes last week 'and on 11.1.f. 11-27- o
1 I Monday of this week due to ill -:---.
ness. Mrs. D. E. Hill served. as TAX DEED

CAII'TBUY substitute. Notice it hertby [!yen, that.W. R.
Mrs.. Alderman the holder of the follow
Floy Sullivan
was absent ing certificates has filed said cer-
from her second and third grades foe a tax deed to be isued ,

classroom on Thursday and Fri- .and thereon.years The of issuance certificate the numbers description Only 30-Odd Days // Shop Now
day last week; due to illness of the '-property and the S
Mrs. M. R. Mlsner names in which it was assessed areas
FRI. SA Ti NOVEMBER 4 15NEIb'ER was. substitute. fOllow: Before
: teacher. Certificate No.. U;: Year of Issuance. I And Use Our
New students at Hampton Elementary liSt' .

i r I A TV! School this week wereN Deecrtptlyn Blk. 2 In L.of T.Property& COS :S.-Lot D. 3 of Christmas! Lay-Away Plan!It.

Cheryl McElroy. fifth grade ame in which assesS Louvenla

s Paula McElroy Robinson. ,
second grade All of said property being in the '
I II daughters of the new/ pastor, of Count. ef ty-a ford, State of Florida Roy Rogers 5.95 and 6.95 Regular $1.00 Box
I Hampton Unless fiiicty: certificates shall be
Church M
? "
according to law the prop-
G. and Mrs. McElroy and children erty described in such certificate GUN SETS
; moved last Thursday from High or certificates will belt sold to the
highest bidder at the court house
5 a Springs, into the church pastor door on the rat Monday in Monthof C
%; F ium. December. 1958 which
is. the 1
diy'ot December,' US!.
Personals Dated this 30 day of Oct 1958. CARDS79r
I li Ua Moose who moved ,her'trailer (OFFICIAL SEAL) O % OFF
recently to thl piece pf land Urk of Circuit DARBY of Bradford,

0 north of the road east of town Cou, .:)t7, loyida.'

I is having a utility;storage house 11-8 4t 11-27
; EACH '.. eI built near the trailer M/s. Moose '1 1'NQ'1TCE' -OP SALE r') *.., f \ ... -.

s moved here from Galnesvfflfc to r. #.' *< < (430.000
I I Extra
1 .1; the property purchased from the BKADFQRD COl'NTT."FLORIDASPfiClAl. Special -r Ideal for Christmas Gift
Earl Van Alstines. KO. J ,_
I Mr: and.Mrs.Fran ; 'Brown of r.-.raCI100L'.O*DS DUAL '

Colorado Springs; 'Col' are'.f1e? I Thud\14."t*. wiU h"l.Ic'>e Instruction' received by of COffTRQj I, ELECTRIC BLANKET

visiting his mother; Mr / T." Pi Bradford County Florida, at'the of'
Brown and'brother and slstetinlaw lice ot the County Superintendent of Assorted
\ : Public Instruction Qt. Bradford Use Our Lay-Away
Mr. and; Mrs, 'v'L.1itroWn' ,. County, FloricTk. at 'tie'' Bradford 21.9
and famhyrMr: ,*'B'rofn"whq *iil! Ctruntr'Ceertbouee9tark0. Florida Colors On This BARGAIN!
until .
> ._ ; o 'OD o'clock p.iLE.S.T... De- :
stationed in Colorado t! demBef 19 for '
'' 195JT the purchase of
,You Can Play it'at Sight. .. without: Lessons! Springs with the army,,'is ,to return |O.040.. Bradford ,County, .Florida .
Sp oUl. Tax School
t District No 1
for his:discharge,at the end School E-onda, dated Hay 1,- 1J58.
@ .f of. his 30-day furlough.. with principal and semi-annaa Interest I Christmas
(May .1 ,and November '1)payaW BRIDE\
Mrs. Vasco
PHI Busey and : L IeU.'t1hetDleU'Cbml Ex- DOLL L
of, Valdosta, Ala/,spent'SundiJ chate; Bank,..'N wT .,Ti or. TOWEL SETS

,, .ElectricCHORD. =t .. .. .:. here wither! father, John Park C at Florid th.:_ptlon Bankmt. 'of the' Stacks hIdst,.: Stark at Uw. Reg..9.95

err FUridA.- ::. .. .
BUI Alderman, TJSN; \rrrred* I ._ ,Coupon bonds nott. reclstered. ). I STEAK KNIFE 1
I PREDICTA home numbered '1-450. laelti)Je. in .de-
oil leave Friday'from
Not- Qemlhitiea'of' $1,099.;each'ajtd maturtne -
folk,'Vafc* sa Trait with his parents MrUH{ >>lin .nutoerical''erd- rBiSayaM' : .5,95 AND :t
'" ..- .
I"f TELEVISION 'Mr. and M *.' T..J. AJ #- J'NC. tteata.t. "TH.: L .t' :

man: un, d.e60., un, :;weal CARVING SET
Euitinj!Different!1W j Ncwf
v .
: 11.049. 1579 2t.00t. .
A FULL- RANGE HU'u"ran tTT s Only in the new phUco PiedicU.. Al Bryant, 'on emergency,. lee'frank lift 11.004. 'UU' t4.oofl. i. -
TV,C&I1 'you get such yeatv the navy; returned 19dt Jut 11..9 i: 172 2S. 00. DAISY' 9.95 DeLuxe
.MUSICAL WSTEu* NL.129.+s. ahead detifn and petfonnance.> weekend, from
Above thee unique Swivel tulle R..I.,and'New i Uti, ll.eOO.11,801.- 174 i)7t 11,008.un 2i.eo.. B'B GUN CLOCKS1a
ftp tp pwtiw i..'.' mntk. tTMf (f9>3r Off oo. AMAH' '"' Screen.Pe4estaConsole with with his .pare&ts Mr. agai nn 20,969. Ii7t '30.000. ALARM
by ploying this moflnilctM high y _.icoI l .ItHMAI ......" '21*( AT SIGHT k wlth.."l IIItNII! tat... pew I I* T.e agent) piwbh.lwo.talaete .'date tube.. A, M. Bryant He has been stationed ltd 22,000 im 22,904.Certain .
in Antartica, and is'. to report -; of these'Bonds ate' sub % OFF
daasauatt& -
Only] O'SO per week to'Davisrffie.,R.. i/a\; the end .ject'tT, the t*'redemption/elf-usia.of which prior.maybe to-auttori,ae? i 1 5.95

of his le ve.Visiting'this-weef:, cued .from the Official Statement ;
end here with 't BryantT were' ;;'1'h..Bon4s.ire general obligations If f J t .. ... I' Z.9

r 1 S <1 their Ei-ip-1 w i lain "' daU_II felt; of 1.Gt'Special'Bradford.Tax School County District Florida N ),.'

: 1! Mr. and Mrs. Damon Nolan and which$ District\ cotetminotuTri &
CJ : NASWORTHY PHILGO t310 DEALER children Bradford, County. -.1&43' tur the '
:: of LSreoak.7Tracy : : prompt",Payment' I thereof the full lktil(
.' Jones arrived: in Hamjf- faith In'etocably. aad credit -of said I .1'ddeal District .ispledged. DRUG STORE'FREE '

EAST CALLST. toe te'thursdfy to ba j :$ aft, reantafea.t0'nCenpgns .
srARKR'FU., parents the Raleigh _$ the- coupon' rateor rates not ,ex
from GeOrte AFB call. fallow ceding five per ctnC' Bids must be TRUCK DELIVERY" .PHONE WO 4.4401.. .
\ submitted -
on ft form to b* furnished
..., "S .-. -T --'. ing his dischargefroth the air- byHha.Board;,iacb bid.-to. be accom- -
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I It is indeed a happy occasion for us''to' extend a cordial invitation to our .
many friends, customers and business associates to visit our store during
'. FHA TITLE / these Three Big Days. We take this opportunity to express our appreciation ABC PLAN'I I
for the wonderful patronage you have given us during our first year in this
'.' 'Jo 1 LOANS progressive area. We shall continue to strive to give you the best merchandise LOANS
at the lowest possible price. May we continue to enjoy your patronage. "
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I '- ; ",:. --Joseph D. Warren : eVV \ .;;... .,"
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