Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 20, 1958
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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I lh' :;. Starke Merchants Map Plans, For Gala Christmas': Season I

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,. Starke stores under guidanceof Merchants Division' President item may be borrowed from a fel- lights in operation ,by that date. candles torches, or other lightsto tractive prizes which will be displayed -
of the Retail Merchants Divi Harry Elrod Jr. last Thursday low merchant and
returned after
The second big Friday night add to the impressive effect. in a store window on Call
sion of the Chamber of Commerce afternoon. the contest. The public competingin event be held Dec. 5, ,when a Christmas manger scenes and ,Street and given away Friday
...,..\ are going all-out to make Festivities will begin Friday this contest will view all of the spectacular night parade, beau- other tableaux will also be welcome night. Dec. 5, when stores will be

C o ;: .--:-- this the most gala Christmas Nov. 28. and Saturday Nov. 29. windows and try to identify the tifully lighted, will be held in the in the parade. asked to remain open till 9 for
:: shopping season ever experiencedhere. when Hidden Treasurer Window "foreign" items. The first one to
downtown area. Santa Claus will Stores will be asked to stay openon late shoppers.The .
Hunt will be' conducted, with the list all items correctly and mail ride at the head of the procession, Friday night, Nov 28. for final Christmas season
Outstanding events for the four winner receiving an award of $25 the answer' to the Chamber of of course but special emphasis the convenience of crowds down- highlight will be held Friday

Fridays preceding Christmas have in trade coupons' good for pur- Commerce' will receive the $25 will be placed on the religious tcwn. night Dec. 19, with grand cash
been announced with stores ask- chases in any cooperating store. award. aspect; of the season. and local On 12
1 Friday, Dec. the big awards of the regular Shopport
ed to stay open to 9 p. m. on the All Svarke. merchants are asked In order to get the Christmas churches will be asked to enter special pre-holiday event will be unity prizes plus an undisclosedbut

last three Fridays to accommodate to' have their windows decoratedby ,spirit into high gear by the 28th units of their choirs, in robes, another Shopportunity Showcase ( bigl! cash distribution among -
late-hour shoppers.The Friday.. Nov. 28, and to placein the Merchants Division is asking who will march or ride on floats, a repetition of the one that was persons in the crowd of
plans were perfected at a each window one object "for- the cooperation of the City of singing Christmas carols. It is such :a success here last August. downtown shoppers.

veil-attended meeting called by eign" to that particular store.This Starke in placing colored street suggested that these units carry Merchants will contribute at- (Continued on Page 6)


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Official County Publication Established In 1879




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Bring \

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fr I A permanent complement of 13 men, with an approxi-

: mate payroll of $6,000 monthly, will. be employed at the na-

tural gas pipeline compressor station now under way two

miles north of Brooker on the Scout Hole road.
Thirty-five men will be
f err ed during construction of construction, will in- 44 II* _: _- .3-
horsepower station, sc.ea I I
warehouses, and ma- ..
completion on or before swallowed, up a truck

.. 1959.After I I two temporary-type compressor station near Negro Slain

t, the station is have been erected on the deep hole caved in at the
operation the staff will a deep well is being drill it and the truck with
1 a superintendent, one will have a capacity of 100 : on edge of the hole. Inset
1 1 five operators, five oilers, i i With Butcher
per minute. .
utility man. Homes will
on the site for the I I date:,for completion' ot

.. ,, s and the repairman, ; pipeline and the Knife
employees will live within j natural gas service m Sunday
ing distance. All personnel is set at July 11959. Local I I
recruited, as far as' I I of the gas Will 'T>e Jury Probe II I
A ten-inch blade butcher knife
the local area, i here by the City ot
and negotiations are now was the weapon used fatally by
statement The
given empJoy'J';I way for the issuance of : Ella Marie Tucker. 26-year-old
this week officials
by of
Burke I finance construction of Brutalities Negress to get the last word in a
and Pipeline
r ,_ -, .. o! St. Petersburg.The utility. : fsmily argument last Sunday afternoon -
advent of .natural gas in r"A ,
Against Santa Fe Johnny Devore fleet Sophomore back., is pictured headingfor compressor station ;I will open up a new era in in Starke on Oct.i, Dead as a result of a deep stab
built by' Harbert : '
pay dirt and one of the three touchdowns he scored for life of the state" an a verdict that Sellers wound in his'middle., several ,inches -
:Bradford Tornadoes In last Friday's Keystone Conference' Corp., of Birmingham, I of Houston; Corporation, from natural causes, to wit: ': above the navel, is Bill Ty

TornadoesCapture championship, I'ame..with.. Santa Fe. the Bill job.Myrick',The' the 40.acre supe site .'of. the; $175oo0ooo; ,line collapse and con- son Jr., -also 26, the 'man with
Rouge; La.- to Florida, heart failure due to hyper- whom she had been living for
'. chased by' Houston ,Texas: "
the ,
recently. "We look on itimportance past two years.* Both were
Union Thanksgiving, Oil Corp. from ep's : I ... : married and.had _
-+r Council Moves Inefor ing.; thP..samtL : "six-man.jury [W.. S. Dowl- a chlld each by
Growers, a
.. Service To Be'Held 000. It.:will be placed l'eport .I ,'as the coming<<: .of the C. J.. Schaeffer,. Herbert other mates Tyson had served
I. Florida has no time In, Raiford for non-support
under fence and. Ovid Thomas Austin '
4II At Madison St. Church fuels, ,and many industries {of his wife and child.
To Clamp Curb In addition to the :I Oided the state, '_for this I I and Vasco Underhilll) ar- The stabbing occurred at the
Tide station other buildings, at its verdict after hearing home
Loop The Annual Thanksgiving Ser on Page 61 I of Tyson's father in the
vice conducted and sponsored by : report by Dr. James Pleasant Grove 'settlement west
On Trailers the Ministerial Association will Again In Federal Court, ber assistant chief medical of Starke. The elder Tyson had

The Bradford Tornadoes won be held in the Madison Street at the prison, and also been, employed! out ,of, town and
the Keystone Conference football Baptist Church Thanksgiving Dr. Mosley interpret, a the son and Ella Marie were stay-
championship for the second City Council Tuesday night morning [Thursday] at' 10 a. m. Slade Indicted On Shine Count be technical pathological re- ing, 'in the .house 'during his ab

straight: year when. they,outplayed passed an ordinance placing Rev. J. E. Sherwood of' the First of the results of an examin- sence..
Santa Fe's Rebels 25-13 at Rebel stricter regulations on the parkingof Christian"Church will bring the to of Sellers' vital organs by 'Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish
Field last Friday night before an house trailers on lots within message.The offering that Is received Truby C,. Slade of Hampton was contents of the truck Winburn members at the new Univer- said the Negress was still "pretty
overflow crowd of more than city limits. The action was taken at this service will be givento indicted Nov. 5 by a Federal grand contacted C. M. Starry, District of Florida Medical College, high"' when'he, reached the scene,
2,000 persons. in response to numerous com- Hone Haven Hospital in Jack jury iri Pensacola on charges 'of Supervisor with the State Bever- the long delay between Sellers' admitted the stabbing, and said

The season will close here Fri- plaints in recent. weeks concerning sonville.: possession and concealment of age Department to and the inquest was due to that she' and Tyson had been
day night when the Tornadoesplay trailers parked in residential non-tax-paid whiskey. Units of ,the Beverage Department to on'this report, it was said. drinking together, arguing and
Green Cove Springs; but areas. The old ordinance allowed Midsummer Sale'In Slade was already under indict- and Highway Patrol kept in his autopsy report Dr. Mose- fighting..It Is believed that Tyson
with unexpected loss to one trailer to a lot. ment by a Federal grand jury in contact with Winburn by means that Sellers' case history was on the bed when she plungedthe
even i
NovemberAt Jacksonville on Oct. 1, 1957 on of a walkie-talkie and when the reveal blade
the invading Blue Devils, the The new ordinance requires that : to any previous ser apparently cutting a
two charges of possession of non- Trooper, who had kept watch, illnesses large He
Tornadoes will still remain Con- anyone wishing to obtain permission Starke StoreWith I physical or opera artery died a few min
ference champions under the to park a house' trailer in a tax-paid :whiskey.No notified them that Slade and Con- i However he said that the utes later and was lying on the
trial date has been set in rad, with the aid of a wrecker floor when
Dickinson system. Green Cove has residential area must have the new heat records being set Negro was treated aIn t i Reddish arrived.
record of vic- consent of the residents within either case. from Starke, were towing the Memorial Hospital The Negress ,ran to the nearby
an unimpressive one of at least 1
for this time year
and losses in the cur- 200 feet of the property line, 'and The latest indictment resulted truck toward Gainesville thear- from May 20, 1957 for a I home of Clyde Hankerson to summon -
tory seven one Starke merchant is taking
from Slade's arrest Jan. 1 of .
on rest made.In '
was period. aid but Tyson dead
rent : but the Blue Devils one-half of these must be ownersof 'and adver- j was before
reason the bull by the horns
this with Walter ":
are still,reckoned as a dangerous the pioperty.: All trailers, in any Mid-Summer Sale in No- year together addition to charges of pos- in summary of his clinical doctors or officers arrived' .
team. They outweigh the Torn- instance must be connected with Conrad of Gainesville, about two session of moonshine, Conrad was some of the guards who testified course during that admission was I Ella Marie who came to Starke

adoes about 15 pounds to the city utilities [lights, water, and vember. miles north of Orange Heights on I also indicted for transportationof before his committee to extreme that he was treated as an acute I I a couple.of years ago from Penn-
man and could score an upset, sewer J or have an approved sep- He's overloaded with winter U. S. 301. The two men were attempting non-tax-paid whiskey. methods of punishing fractious catatonic schizophrenic reaction; sylvania, charged with first de-
since they will be out for blood tic tank. It is also required that dresses, says Irvin Robbins, and if to have a broken-down Slade's first indictment was in prisoners "thought it was funny.'" the autopsy stated. "Treatment i gree murder and is being held in
the weather man won't cooperate, bread truck towed into Gaines- the ,Southern District of Florida i' the
after disappointing season. In there be adequate off-street park- "They actually laughed while consisted primarily of thorazine county jail without bond.
fact, they a beat Perry 26-6 during ing for one car on the site. what better way to 'get rid of ville. The truck, containing 62 which includes Bradford County,, telling about it as though it were therapy up to 600 mgms q. i. d.I i i
them than by having a MidSummer" five-gallon jugs of moonshine, while latest "
the indictment was inthe" a. huge joke, Senator Stratton and Legion To Burn
the current season while the The ordinance will have no retroactive I according to the weather!
was spotted by State Trooper Northern District, which includes said..
"He released from the hos-
Tornadoes' margin of victory over effect on trailers'already
sale? George Winburn., After noting Alachua County. A coroner's jury in session at
Perry was only'one TD, parked. pital as 'improved' to be followedas Mortgage Tues.

In other action the Council an out-patient, at which time
Superior line play and abilityto approved -
,take advantage of crucial application; for a loan of (Continued on Page 6) With CeremonyA

Santa Fe fumbles tipped the $24,000 from the Works Plan-

scales- in favor of the Tornadoesin ning Administration to cover the I City Accepts be'a mortgage highlight burning of the ceremonywill regUlar'DU'eting'
a game that had been regarded cost of engineering fees in connection of
American Post
Low Truck
with the atia Bid On
strictly as a toss-up. city's proposed i 56next Tuesday night. A sup-

Bradford's ace quarterback, natural gas distribution system, '. I And Gas SupplyHardy per will be served to all membersof
Bubba LaMee, and Santa Fe full- and costs of converting the city the Post and other veterans
back Gene Roberts', the 'Rebel's power plant to use of gas insteadof I' Brothers' bid of I3.815.V5! starting at 6:30.

running star, both lived up to expectations oil. \ ; for a truck and hoist was acceptedby The |6000 mortgage was incur
A new luminary flashed Towns of under' 10,000 popula- '* 1 e' City Council at the opening ot ]red' by the Post in 1953 when the
across Tornado skies as 40- tion can borrow money from this V v, 'Y"x sealed bids Tuesday night. The ]Legion: home was moved from Its
pound 10th grade back Johnny agency without interest charges bid includes painting, installationand former location on West Call
Devore racked up a total of 92 the money to be'repaid when rev- delivery at Starke. Many Street to the new site on Temple
yards in eight plays and accounted enue certificates for the gas sys- I bids were submitted both' by local I Avenue.
for three of Bradford's four tem are sold. Total cost of the and state dealers on the two items Post Commander Harry Kabtt
touchdowns project financed by bonds pay- l zis separately or collectively. I I I 1 would like a full attendance of all

Bradford cot the first big; breakof i. able oat of income, is estimatedat R F, Regular and hig1r-t t gasoline i ;members at this important meet.
the game when Tracy Imler,, $410,000.A -'F business was awarded to Gulf Oil j; i ir.g-
Rebel halfback, bobbled the opening N. Holliday. president of the # Corp. on their bid of 21.49 cent'' -J
kickoff! ; finally falling on the Bradford Boosters Club, asked, sr per gallon for the former 23.5W;, Local l Dog PlacesIn
ball on the 16-yard line. That put Council for financial aid in the I for the latter ;

Santa Fe in -hole 'at the start purchase of an electric Scoreboardfor J sr Jerome Johns low bid of 14.6j'per I Mutt Derby Event

and Garvin Combs' pant to Brad- the .football stadium. He reported -, Sv gallon won him the City kerosene Hobo the pet pup owned by
ford's 42 gave the Tornadoes a price cf the board as $1.- business. t Cayle and Dianne Edwards, placed
chance to move in high gear im- 570. and said that donations would t. $ tGiyki I second in the Mutt Derby at

inediately.IdMee. take care of some of the cost of w 4 +.. ,.+ Social Security Orange Park Sunday afternoon.
and setting Mayor W. T. Jackson i r
Williams. Green, up. The event was sponsored by the
Cottle sparked the Tornado driveof has offered conduit pipe and gird- Representative Here .Junior Jaycees of Jacksonville.
58 yards for a touchdown. It ers necessary for the erection andJ. 4 The money raised .at the Derby
took 14, plays with LaMee hitting H. DuPre manager of Florida A representative if the Gaines- was to be osed for the Jack ana
Williams for a vital 16-yard pass Power & Light Co..'has offered to z- ville Social Security office will De :Jill pre-Christmas Shopping Tour
play for a first down to get the give poles. Council deferred actionon t< at the courthouse in Starke at Fund.
march moving. LaMee' threw to this matter until a future bud- t : 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 26, for The girls received a Trophy ana

Devore for the final >1 yards 'anda get session. the purpose .of cond ctingOcta1 : Transistor radio for their pup'
touch'down. January 20 was set as a date for security business.Persons i award.
Santa Fey, aroused at the score, Council to meet with agencies"re- week in the elementary school eafetorium. 1st row tl-r] S. L. who desire to make application I Several Starke people attended
lipped back in a half dozen playsto ccmmended by the Florida Development C of C Directors At Annual Banquet Peek Jr.. Mrs. Junius M. Smith, treasurer, T. II. Slade new : for social ,security re- the Derby among whom were Mrs.

forge ahead for the only time Commission for a survey president, J. R. Bulllnrton, retiring president Carl Johns tirement or survivors benefits, secure .J. 1C. Edward and daughters Mr.
In the same at 76. of future needs and plans for Johnny Kopekosos. 2nd row (Il-r J. E. Wall. Jr. T. C: flaxen social security account numbers and Mr. W. R. Miller and eon
The Rebel drive covered a distance the city. Each agency will be al- Officers, and. members of the board of directors of. the' Jr. Guy Andrews Jack Booze Robert Helntlre executive dir or get any other social security Sammy, Mr and Hn. Robert
nt 4S vaHs. 15 nf which was loted a 20 minute period for dis- SUrkeBradfordCounty Chamber of Commerce are pictured ector.t E. L. Matthews and Harry Elrod, Jr. information are inVited to Barkxdale and family Hr. and
(Continued on page 5)) [Continued on Page 61 at the 'Grr n1iatiOn'.'annual banquet Thursday night of Jut pee the representative at the time Mrs. Robbie Shaller. and Mrs. Jim,
(Story on Page Six
). if his visit. *
-1-.&. .. Brown Godwin and children.
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I Negro 'Knifed Rotarians Hear 30 Cubs Seek SAM AND vs. DOROTHY LOUISE WIL- .

.. editorial Student LIAMS.Defendant.
Foreign ; .
/n.Reno Rift; New SponsorFor NOTICE IS HEREET GIVEN thatI
- Plan Ladies NightAn P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford

; When Is A Holiday Jute nil'e Etiartfed interesting talk on the Middle ; Pack 3D7 County.fore virtue issued of Florida a out writ of'of under the execution above and entitled by herto-this. DELUXEPHILCO

Ml East'was given at the Rotary Court In the above styled cause,

I'Ull Not A Holiday? Eddie Lee Allen 20.' year old Club Wednesday bl Ibrahim Cub Pack 307 has a deadline to have, levied situate upon, lying the,and following being property in

K Slailte N gro; was hofcttaTBed A6'LHWi 6ft Lebanon, a foreign meet. Bradford County Florida, to-wit:
1).i Sunday, the victim of a dee p'cut student and graduate assistant Come Nov. 30 it' must have its IJ32 Pontiac
By it obvious that Starke merchants, 1958 Tag No. 45W-765
js. ,
01. acroSS the abdomen by tnife charter renewed 30 poten-
a -
at the University of Florida or some ID No': A8WS 2557
I forthe most do not favor the November 11
Part,. wielded by Eddie Lee Stone, 15 He was' introduced by Stan tial Boy Scouts will find them- As the property of the above'named
::: : defendant and that on the 5 day of
holiday and,. since this feeling exists, it
year old Negro youth.. Mrti. son, a graduate assistant, selves without a Den. January 1959; twelve o'clock on
1 seem appropriate that the Retail Merchants As- Girl trouble was said to be the in the foreign J student' office at Fact is, the Pack has run into said day at the South Door of the

I sociation omit:'this one from its schedule when it basis of a running:, feud betweenthe the !university. sponsor trouble. This service was Court County House Florida in Starke I will offer Bradford for '

makes up' a new calendar l of holiday closing dat s youths, which erupted violently ,if 1 was announced that the regular formerly offered by the First Presbyterian sale and sell to the highest bidder
for caxh. in hand the above described -
last in but since the
for.1959. Sunday Reno. of riot Church
meeting the club will property, as the property
iR"F Although the November 11 d was included' Stone is charged with assault beheld onDec._ 3with, the Ladies church is now without a regular of said defendant. to satisfy said
with intent to kill and was released pastor Pack 307 sponsorship has execution.P.
on the 1958 schedule, many l local merchants} apparently Night event on Dec. 5 taking its D. REDDISH. Sheriff of
Wednesday by County been neglected and no other organization -
uiu : Bradford County, Florida.
Thisparty will be held
pjace. '
:, were not in agreement! and did not close Judge T. A. Yawn in' the custody th the Starke School has stepped in to fill 11-20 4t 12-11
Elementary -. ..
their stores Some Jew did remain closed and
the outcome
M> of his father pending cifetorium. with Karl Oscar Gren, the gap. XOT1CE APPLICATION FOR
the resulting confusion made everyone unhappy. of Allen's condition.. At a rioted author and lecturer, as The Cubs are gloomy' becausethe Notice_ TAX DEF.I1 New for 1959 with PIVOTTENNA

Shoppers were' inconvenienced because theydidnot hearing to be held later, Judge guest speakers Members of thKeystone other localPack_ might take Alderman is hereby the holder given of, the that follow W. R. -

know whicht stores were closed and which Y wn will decide whether Stone, .Heights Rotary Club and hi a fEw, but can't have room for ing certificates has filed said cer.
a should fie bound all. Pack mothers worriedsay tificates for a- tax deed to tie issued ,r'-
j nile -
v overto are
made their AImS have
were ppjen until they a tour of inspection. Rotary been invited thereon. The certificate numbers -
Those,who 'did close were unhappy because they CircUit Court for trial to attend, and a large number they're willing to work at and years of issuance, the description -
According of the and the
to investigating officers being Den Mothers. b tcan't get property
l lost a day's business while others remained opens of them plan to do so, it was names in which it was assessed are
; Stone, had been living witha announced. 9 charter without a sponsor., as follows.:
usual And those who'stayed open were probably colored girl who later took up Joe Arnold a'nd Robert Being a sponsor involves little Certificate No. 16; Year of Issuance P1

hurt: j;'>y.a I loss, of trade because many shoppers abode with Allen. This led to tire were introduced as new Mclrf-mem- if any financial cost, and very, Description 1956 of Property All W % ONLY

", xpiecting stores,? : here to be closed, went toJacksonville complications during which Allen bers at the little else-but the Pack has to of Blk. 1 5 S of R 4 W E ofV line
Wednesday meeting.
'I Gainesville and other nearby cities induced Stone to come to his have one or else of Name NEl/in which of S\V assessed i Temples Rufus S-D.Rigs. i
to situation' it existsnow house on some pretext and then F un" Won't some warmhearted organization -
.. ,C6nsequehtlytthe as Thursday byAll
beat him up. Stone left, and [church or club step of said property being in the Ls2O995I
is bad for concerned. County of Bradford, State of Florida
later in the day attacked Allen For C. B. BennettIn up and fill the gap? If interested Unless such certificates shall be
feel l that the November 11 holiday -
Many'people with the knife when the two met contact_ Al Crosby, Jr. at the redeemed according to law the prop-
b4 }Has Jost most of its significa ce. Originally on a Reno street. Jones ChapelCharles erty described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
"1 designated as Armistice 'Day it was at first ob 1 _,In other actions by Judge Yawn Brown Bennett, 54, died highest bidder at the court house I,

served": to celebrate the halt'of hostilities in World W ednesday, Barry Gene Hauk; of suddenly Sunday morning; in Miajni Dated the Bradford this 19 County day of Telegraph November.. of door December.on the first 1958 Monday which is in Month the 1

War I. The( era'of i peace was short-lived and, Marion Ind. was fined $50 or 20 where he had resided since 1>58.OFFICIAL. day of December 1958. _

after the world was again plunged i into battle! i in day in jail for the theft ,of, two 1946. ( CHARLES SEAL) A. DARBY. (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 30 day) of Oct., 1958. I -

World War II, it seemed futile to still celebratea auto hub caps. Hauk was also Born in.Lawtey on Aug. 1W4\ Clerk ot.the Circuit Court. ..HE'y CHARLES A. DARET. 11
Marian L. Crosby Deputy'Clerk. PHILCO 4231-Xt
Clerk of Circuit' Bradford
recently arrested on suspicion of he was the son of the, late Bud ., .
.that :did not t. exist'; County Florida.
peace .
: breaking and entering homes\ in and Carrie George Bennett. He ll21-4t-12-12| 11-6 4t 11-27
Ultimately the holidayww renamed "Veteransli the Keystone Heights area, and 'was a retired farmer and a Bap < '
4:" out as such", it Kas neyer really seemed to driving without a license.: tist. In Bradford Cn..,'. Court, In.Amd For .. NEW DUO-SOUND
County Florida. -
catch.:von, probabl) 3ui i m. the' minds of many, Fred Blocker.' .Ne ro, pleaded Surviving are h\s\ widow, Mrs.Ina In re: Estate of

t(:& the fact taut, seem? i o' be more or less a dup: guilty.., to breaking and entering Forsythe Bennett of Miami(; XOTICK KTHEU-'M.OF' FIMVCi BIGGS,, deceased.PETITION. Termite Control Philco for 1959 adds a new dimension to table model deluxe sound

I location! of Memorial Day;;, which is observed in the ,Bradford High School cafeteria three daughters, Mr .' Emma JoyceBro3Lawtey FOR FINAL. UI.criMIiGE! OF with the Duo-Sound System. Enjoy it now in real Pivot-
FOR DEPENDABLE TV with exclusive 1959 features like the powerful
last Sept. 30. The ase' was : 'J Miss Jbjsther Ruth ADMIMSTBATORTO !
May. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERNs Tenna, Top Le\el Tuning 2-position ONLY
II, few, if any,' Florida' towns now observe November certified i vtq, circuit court and bond Bennett and Miss Delores Ann Notice is hereby given that I household A OonuoercM electronic Range Switch, 21' (overall I
set 300. Benr. tt bOth of Miami; five sons, have filed my final returns as Administrator
: '11 with the cessationof business. SQme, Ah 11-yeir-old lad was commit Henry and i Charlies' Bennett" both of the Estate of Ethel' Pest ControlS diagonal measurement) picture, new $2.50 j
: M. Piggs, deceased; that I have filed slenderized cabinet.
likeJacksonv-illej.atage.parades and ,Qther events ted to the State Industrial School of :Miam; J. Williams, Panama my petition for final discharge and Grove A Week I II I
featuring th$ Armed Forces, but in. the.stores it after a .career of theft that began City; Avery Bennett, with the U. I will apply to. the Honorable Theron Spraying
A. Yawn. County Judge of Bradford SEE IT HERE..PHILCO I PREDICTA TV
is "b 'sineS's'as, u ua1.". Some smaller .towns .-:: at age.five and included four cases S. Air Force In LincpIt. N br.; County.. Florida. on December Call FR 6-2661 .' ,I

Chipley, 'for oh$, as wellas| Starke .-.have ,tried! 1 in .court! ;, .a well ,as several ,thatweYejiassed Dewey. Bennett, Lawtey; and 18th. 1958 of the at same 10:00 and A.M. for,for final approval Television Today from the World of Tomorrow! a "closed holiday, but with little sue- when victims failed Everett Bennett Jacksonville.' ... discharge as administrator of ,.the Florida Pest, Control !
Co file charges. Funeral services were held in the Ethel M. deceased.
estate of. Biggs
cess. The same situation"existed in Chi T y as DeWitt C. JorieS Chapel Thursday Dated this November 15th, 1958 at & Chemical Co. C. H. NASWORTHY% Philco Dealer
experienced Starke. Bradford County. Florida.
here some stores ,
was open OKristmas Seals at 2 p.m. with Rev. I!:. C. Harvey S-Owen. W. Griffin
closed, and general confusion and inconvenienceto -..-- -. officiating. Burial was in Ever Owen W. Griffin Administratorof 24 N. W. 16th Ave. 310 E. Call St. Starke Fla.Four
Will the Estate of Ethel M. Ciggs, de- ,
Go Into Mail i I
the public. greenCemetery.- ceased. ... flaJnesrffle, Florid II I
Someone has suggested that Starke be governed this Weekend Active! pallbearers were ,DaveShufo'rd 11)20) 4112-11 .... !

'I in its holiday observances by what the other Ed Durban, I.rold. Ku- -' .. i'
lu TIe Small (Claim; Court Of Bradford .
cities do ,within a radius,of 50, fui1 s. This seems -'J.trs..""",Mack, ,.Futch' chairman... of. nice, Gee q_ W. Roberts, FredMoire Count. Florida.
this year's Christmas Seal .Sales : and Carl Preva'tt. Case No. 5-153:>> :big reasons why'I-
to us to 1 b"e tKe jnost sensible solution, for otherwise' MYRTLE SA FORD, dbaPINE1CRSTROCERY' .
tot the Tuberculosis Health
and .
l local 'merchants simply turning .their ,
are, ,,_ Association has announced that .._. GRAHAJIBAPTIST Plaintiff
bacjcs ,on shoppers and inviting: .them to spend ae Js' win go into the mails Uiisweekend. CHURCH va. -

their .money elsewhere while we observe a holiday Sunday' School, 10 a.. m.. MornIng A. J. CARVER.Defendant. "

that other nearby cities use for promoting Mrs. Flitch asks all those making Worship 11 &: .m.. Training AOTICK OF SHERIFFS1. SALE

businesses {Returns: of' money .or ,seals to Union.' ,, 6:30:\ p. m. Averting: Warship I. NOTICE P. D. Reddish.IS HEREBY Sheriff GIVEN of Bradford that I .I-.IPORD

; .We hope that the Retail M rch nts Division make sure that the proper name 7:30": p. m. Rev Billy Bryant County. Florida under and by virtue -
of a writ of execution heretp-
and address accompanies the return ., ,
will give !Jhis\matterKseriqus consideration when pastor. for issued out of the above entitled .
I .as some .letters have ad- Court, in the above styled cause
r i itjnakes up i its new schedule and {nat the final dresses incorrecttr not on the enclosing have levied upon ;the ,-following:
:: decision! whether to ,stay opefi or closed l willie : envelopes. .. NOTICE TO DEFEND' property situate lying ana being in 18 '
f. Clrciit Court. Bradford C..ntjr. Bradford County, Florida. to-wit: OUTSELLINGALL
unanimously observed. This volunteer mailing involves Flarida' I. Chancery., 194J Ford Truck ..
I ,J., much, work; and .Mrs. Futch said James E. Brooks, Phiintitr. vs. ]9'>S Tag No. 45GK-S32 -
t ID No. 97HC-106482
Ruby Jean Brooks. Defendant
Who's to she.had. < ,help from Mrs. Doyle Case No. 12-670 as the property of the above named
Bie.; Conner, Airs.:. : George Shuford !and NOTICE.-TO APPEAR v'- defendant and that on, the 5day of
others.: Miss Delia To: Ruby Jean Brooks whose January 191 9. twelve o'clock on.
.Rosenberg'scliss' renldence and address is Unknown.You bald day at the South Door of the OTHER 59 CARS
: For RaifoHl, Brutalities? ,.'as in other, years', did ail,the are hereby notified that a suit Court House .in Starke. Bradford
,"I' typing of envelopes,. with some, for dh'orcehaa County, Florida, I will offer for sale :
beer filed against and sell to the highest bidder for
Whether members of the Junior Woman's in the above name Court and you cash; in hand, the above described
I' politically motfra'ted of not l las't cause
... .} Club filling the envelopes. and. you are required to serve a property as the property ,of said defendant I
., \Veek'SwilrIwind..20-hour: i investigation of conditions Last jreirtne Seal l Sale in Bradford copy of your answer or pleading to to satisfy said execution.P. i
D. REDDISH. Sheriff of Bradford
In at, Raifofd State ;Prison/disclosed; iome ( Countj\ ) was* a big success'. the torney..Green complaint,&on Green the Plaintiffs Starke., Florida At--, County Florida. The world's bestsellingcar

:I.M: startling! information. The fact that brutalities) winning,.the County! honors from and file the original in the of-, 11-20 4t 12-11 is the car with j

II almost equal to those of the Spanish Inquisition, the I Florida" .Tuberculosis' 'and_ Court fice :of, on the.or.before clerk! of the the 22 ,day Circuit of la The Small Claims Court Of Bradford Thunderbird eleganceIn I

took place in the maximum security building is Health:: Associatipri; for ,the greatest December 195S; otherwise) the allegations County, Florida.Case
"I percentage of increase in sal s of said Complaint will betaken No. 5-215 the greatest styling decision 6f the I

:: no .less. disturbing. than that neither the prison! Money brought in, by these<< .sealsis ; This as notice confessed shall be by published you.. ..once A BRADFORD COIU'OP.-lTION.COUNTY HOSPITAL year, the American public has already

: wa.5.:!! !FP Jl.e! ,.direct'or of the prison system! increasingly; important as much each week. for four consecutive weeks Plaintiff. shown a clear preference for the new !
.... .. .. ... ... ..
I knew Me -4 ? : f" "r' .. "r ". t' '4 ,i- ';i . was gOing In : r' 'i
: on house of ,9orrors.I i* going for research in tuberculosis ::: Fords. Ford sales are way ahead of all

; ,Statements t to the effect i jthat ,"f 1 thought.He as well as for case finding, t competition. Why? One reason is the I
was, looking after that," ,Or "1. dl iri't know that education', and patient we !are. classic simplicity of their Thunderbird-

.' was my responsibility" seem. fantastically .madC inspired design-clean, crisp lines that I

equate and of no' r 'ssurance to. the, people of Funeral l Friday REAL ESTATE AT THE BRUSSELS WORLD'S FAIR the 59 Fords were are pure automobile! And Fords are I
Florida awarded the Gold Medal for built for people-to sit drive, to
:: who h'ave, a right ;t6 expect that their For Jno. Christiansen handsome new styling

: prison be conducted, not with a soft administration ; elegance by the Comit Fran ams de 1'E.egance. ride m-with comlort. t

:!; !, .,of .course ; ..but certainly with one that :In JonesChapelion11 I
eliminates} .. "I' The car in hot test demand I
: t brutalities .s'uch"as" were *
: described at Christiansen. ,,76,_of_Starke Itlri._ -s '
last.we k's hearing.If died in the Vetenins Hospital at across the land has greater

responsibility is so vaguely 1 divided between L ke,.city Tuesday morning after 1J I\.LftIi( roominess and comfort

.. the,warden and the,direct r of prisons that such in extended 11ness. / Thousands of customers have boughtthe

conditions were permitted exist, then the Born 16 in'C. Copenhagen. Denmark-- ... new Ford over all competition tor

".I bl fn HLw uld s"eem Co rest upon both, rather than Feb.electrical, '1882-engineer" .he. and was. a.retired member.- We Have Clients Interested in Piircnasing another compelling reason-ita a true

neither. Both should have beth' aware of what of the Church of Jesus Christ 01 ior-passenger ear. The only tour-

., was going Sn i and should h v asked'{or a. showdown Latter fay Saints. He" was a The Following Type of ."' passenger car we recommend is the
without Awaiting for a socalled| i politically veteran of World War I. *. : iw It Thunderbird!) All six Ford passengersget

i mouvatecl l i legislative i inYestigktiih, : i td bring out Surviylng are: .!lis, widow, Mrs. .7 .. ,-..- ,,' r. ,. .-* ;; .: ,tl plenty of every kind of room-
r- from and head to elbow and hip.
,. the Edith Manning Christiansen of FARMS -
jfacts. Starke;,one..daughter, Mrs.IieIin:. HOMES ACREAGEBUSINESS ANYONE CAN m IN A FORD: Our cars are bunt for Rear seat passengers don't feel l kthey're
It 'is nolabl that no' one connected with the people-fuU-tizt people who want to stretch
Lewis of, California; one son. Ku- space riding with their feet in a bucket!
prison'Heni I iM"l !that the b'rutaliljes! tua1ly :exist- dolph Christiansen, Detroit, !rUCh.; : OPPbRTUNITIESINDUSTRIAL out.'And all passengers ride in deep-cushion comfort.

ed. "fns9n rsare, :said to have "rioted", against and two brothers* Lawrence Christfa'nsen ,

t: t}t .".ith1rawal t raokihg i "and reading privileges! ,:Chicago,tIll., and Martin < LOCATIONS. The No. 1 car in salessavesnioneyongas

and had torn upjlumbing equipment, beds,' and Christiansen! Cedar Falls Iowa. on oil, '
i Funeral services..will be held )n
other furnishings. -Off ders were handcuffed, : on maintenance billsAnewFordwillsaveyouupto5ia
the ,b'ars l the .DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Fri.clay. If your property is for ,sale -
naked.'tp forJong periods i5nto72hours" : 4 .with .
at Elder .Alvin
p.m. :
',at 'a "time .:.,1n'a position} forcing.them to Chase"officiating Burial wift toe : ease ,fill in the Coupon be- __ gallon on gas. That's because Both)

sit i ; imiiovabon: the'base; .ot tfi frspine. Periodically in:: {the family plot in ..Ktagsiey i ." ;. II.ffr! standard engines-Sue or Thunderbird>

they were" hosed down .with water, to Lake .Cemetery. low and we win call on. you. : V-8-thrive on regular gas. And Ford

jhichalt, ,was sometimes, added,- and tear gas .Active pallbearers will be Wayne ..... ,-. .. s- .. _. .;_ .. ...... ; saves>n oil, too, with a Full-Flow '
Strickla d,' Donald K. Strickland, -- 41
, the ,cells upon .occasion. One .- - - -" Filter as standard equipment.
: W. C. Manning Jrn...Jolin J. Jenks, ,-. ...., ....-. '....-. .. I Drrye
prioner d. .of ucircul toi)' collapse and congestive i.Name- 4000 miles between oil changes! And ;

heart failure-due to.hype'rlensioii"> shortly phy.L'iE. Mosley Jr., and L S. Mur ________ ____ _._. ;. :.;._ _t. TOtfU IE THANKFUL EVERT TANKFK. if you buy the you can forget about waxing your car. 1

I : .after receiving;; 'such. treatment. Dew; Ford, for you'll save up to a dollar a tankful Ford's Diamond Lustre ,Finish stays f J

Certainly uch methods of punishment.cannot -Church Women IIail Address ___....__:..--:..:,..:..:.-= .:-_;..:_.:..,:..:.:.:.:_:.: with new engines that run superbly' on regular gas. gleaming bright without waxing-ewrA?.,...-.'.

be condoned in a civilized society even under, extrem .

p .-proYPCJlt n", whichno i ,d ubt..existed. Plan World ServicePrbgram Directions '______:.-___2 :. ___________ : The most popular American

.It- ,isMa fantastic,- -situation when even the Gov- Friday car is priced as much. s .

'I i ifernor-.of Florida :must admit that it is not clear ---. .------- -, $102.751ower .. ...
whether the responsibility such conditions AWorld j Service meeting of the .
!' :
rests 'with the prison warden," the director of Council of Church Women of .. I ,, -- Ford costsyou less right down thejirie '
Starke will be held in ----------------------. --------. than the
the First -- competition. Compare price
It prisons, .or, the. state cabinet. If such chaoticcqndjupn -. --" -'b- .... -' -
i Christian Church here Friday -' - - .-. tags and you'll see that the manufac- J
; < Soes.Jri! fct, exist then the 1959 '
Nov. 21, at 3:30: p.m. turer's suggested! retail price of a Ford,
Legi .!fuYe\! .!hguld; make remedial legislation itsfirst Guest speaker will be a foreign equipped with radio, heater! and automatic

; .L order, of,_ _business._ .p .'t.i, ,, ;. ... student f from the University of HARRY C. pofi, JR transmission, is as much as

.* .. x r ...... Florida with the program in $102.75 less than the major competition -
TH'F'rusORiCOUNTv TFI charge of women of the Madison TKE FAMOUS FORD LOW PRICES have already made a And on an air-conditione
EST. 1119 EGRAPH Street Baptist' Church. lii hit, because only in Fords will you find value and car, you 'can save up to $219.85. So

V te V Women of an churches 6t tee REAL ESTATE beauty coming together at down-to-earth prices! compare and sore on a 1959'Ford!
"'. FE.oI1n-.s .O DUT WhLY:. SEWS-- city, are>Invited to attend.- .
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P.fEK J'pBLIRflEn COMTIiOr5Lyr1 ; 415 E. CaD SI.
WASTED.Cteas: 5ottoi Safe, Ph. WO 4-9311
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By Bin. D. F.1Wtauuuuu..u.a\

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Birthday Party Honors T.:luee '. WIN TURKEY /. ,

Honored Saturday evenly", at a'triple' .:..1', .
birthday party weip Mrs.
Jthel; Tidwell Billy Saxon; 11, ',
son of Mr and Mrs. W. A. St Ion \ '" :"'"

and Joy Saxon, 1, daughter. of
Mr, and Mrs. Edward SU xon.
Their birthdays all fell on Sa tur-
day, Nor 15.Relatives .'

party at the home who of attended Mrs. Tidt the cell For THANKSGIVING

were Mr and Mrs. Marion Cre ws inner

and.daughter of the State Fan m, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon at id
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Glet in
MacIntosh Miss Betty Durlin g,
Mrs..Tidwell, and Janet and Bill y
Saxon. ,
Janice Lott '

lias Birthday Party .
Janice Lott, 5, daughter of Mr. :
and Mrs. Homer Lott, Jr., was I v
honored with a birthday party at. ReadTheRules .'
; How To Win
their home Tuesday afternoon .
.' '
Nor._11. '
Thirteen guests were presentfor Any reader of. the Telegraph iseligible .\. ..;: ,
.. Each below
space represents
the party, including out-of- \ .r i
town guests Mrs. Richard Castle|| to enter this contest, some prominent business' firm
and two daughters Gainesville, or person of this city. Take
and the first two t
persons submitting -
and Mrs. Lucille Vickery and I the scrambled letters and arrange
daughter of Starke. ... the correct or nearest \( t s' them to spell the firm

Attends Convention xt a name correctly. Then write a
Mrs. Jessie'' Chastain attendedthe 'c correct answers be award- swill ;: { brief article on the subject
annual convention of the -
Florida Assn., of County Commissioners ed big fat turkeys for Thanks- 'f "Starke's Greatest Need." Do

in Ocala last week, as .. not exceed 100 words. It is per-
commissioner from this district : .,'' giving missable to use this advertisement "

in Bradford County I or a separate sheet of .
Also, os the only woman county Winners of Turkology Contests : paper for the answers. Winners
commissioner in the state, she was '
interviewed by the Florida Times- in the previous 5 years will not \ -y mail and
turkeys will be presented Monday
Union and had her picture and .
be eligible for prizes 'th e cur- November 2!. The correct
Story in the paper Sunday. .' ':' _
Personals rent contest. T, i solution to the puzzles will be
Visiting here last weekend with published in our next issue.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lester and other :". : ,
relatives, were Mrs. Lester's sisters "
Mrs. Mae Childress, :Mrs. I ,i :; '
Virnie Keen-
Zora Dyal antf'>tts. .
on.,all of Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. A.mold Haddock a
Jacksonville spent .. :
and children of :'
the weekend here with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan' Johnson,
and with her brother-in-.+aw and .

liams'and sister, Mrs Fraiut Wil- 2 TURKEYS GIVEN AWAY Start NOW

Sunday visitors at the hotm.1 .
Mr. and Mrs H. B. Wiggins we're "

her brother and sister-In-law MX. ,, .,
.. f.. ; .
and Mrs. C. L. Hodges of Mac-, i "'"';,riWi.. ..' I'.4 ..
clenny? : her sister, Mrs. Mattie .
Thompson, and their son and .
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. L. \ .
A. Wiggins of Jacksonville.Mr. \ '
i and Mrs. Vernon Forsyth .
visited in Gainesville last week- lilli'I
end with Mrs. Forsyth's brother- I
in.l law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Morrison. I

O. P. Wadsworth spent the I ..
weekend in Bunnell with his son piritcfrsgfih&ohsttu '
and ,daughter-in-law Mr. and nohell'ereiwnsartvtrsesiasc
Mrs. Thomas Wadsworth., They ,- .. .- ..-. '0," ,
: if- *.I r'
went deer hunting that area,

around Flagler county.Mr. So' .
and Mrs. J. W. Horne spent I
Sunday and Monday in Tampa .
with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams \ me&tmgoeteaskrwaradyrecrd ,' '
and sons. reaglseaarg' : rwrmialtsteoeogrl
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope of ,
Eau Game were overnight visitors -
here last week with their son-in- .
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Saxon. lMr
i and Mrs. Wilbur Hall and oyaharbmslb.
family of Live Oak visited over 1otpm.utce startnowtoseeourcatssieae yjaylcheengnekcosr
the weekend, last week with Mr: I
and Mrs K. B. Watterson. They I
attended the wedding on Satur-
day, Nov 8 of their niece Betty
Youngblood, to Donald Stevensin
the First Baptist Church, ideafnoenktsrrmro.emcfkuat
Waldo.The bride is a sister of satrerdnarttoesseamep'yupsfht'mespalerr m&osgbnsrnosecraik..dttaaovsrnerad
Lawton Youngblood, who lives
just off Highway 301 near the
Alachua County line.
Mrs. Marklee Norman and chil- ,
dren spent the weekend in Starke
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Leroy
:Norman, Jr., while their husbandswere sgroocktdrheu "
deer hunting in the Lake
Butler area.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Misner had

as supper guests Saturday even- ,
,ing, Loy Dodd of Gainesville.
Mrs. V. J. Slade Mrs. W. M. "
Slade and Marcia Kaye Slade .pretkuircllpsudnasbyesi yomdshrhoberocrraM arwtjrn.g.nclht.preotico
spent; last weekend with Mrs. V.
J. Slade's brother-in-law and sister -

Mr and Mrs. Dan Hughes, in
&ottsmoor and with the Schup-- "
'- -
perts in Daytona Beach. -
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Sunday School 10 &. m. Morn- .
ing Worship, 11' a. m. Training ,
Union, 6:3u: p. m. Evening Worship -
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting ,
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyone
welcome.-Rev.Gerald Suggs, pas

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IsBADro! annfrr'T" $ I'UmJDL TRI7RSDAY.'NOV. 20.,19&

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Miss Odessa Thomas Maxine Andrews Cafeteria And Four ClaurooM Starke. Florida; $000 per set for
Add tiua. Lawter Junior Hlfk; the Bradford High School Auditorium -
Given CommissionIn "1 S"bool. La"tejFlorida /+ gtarke, Florida.iiO.OO perbet
Honored .
At .
Series !
:. .. C.frtoriumddlCloa.. Andrrooa fw the Cafeteria and Four
,/ .J> Junior High School l Laut '>, Florid Classrtrfim Addition. Lawtey ,Junior
i rGbldye Nurses Corps Of Bridal! Parties ,.; I.. l' Af Any bid received after the specified High School, Lawtey Florida; and
S J 'it time and date will not be con- $10.00 per set for the Cafetorium

:: Mist;:Maxine Andrews whose' '. Mdered.Each. bid Addition.! Anderson, Florida Junior The HighSchoel.Lawtey doeposit
must: be accompanied bya
1-T9--r marr&gf! to Stephen otBrookeVwill from will
t Kelley certified check, ashler's check general contractors
be an events of \ or bid bond in the amount of five be refunded upon submission of
t } + a nafide: bid and return of said
Mooty Thanksgiving has been per cent of the base bid as guarantee -
Day, theinspiration' I AiI that the bidder if awarded the plans and contract documents in
y----------------------- --------- ru for four parties givenin contract will within ten consecutive good condition within ten days after
;v P,, the daw set for the opening of, bids.If .
the past two weeks. .';.' .., Y w, calendar days after written
Miss Patsy Crosby Buffet DinnerAt sLw :Miss .p.ip'.y \ .'- notice being given of such award, the, general contractors desire
was hostessat enter 'nto a written contract with mere than one &-t of plans and
Honored At ShowerMrs. Graudon Home a linen shower honoring Miss ,;. i. the Board of Public Instruction: of I'p@f'ifleati..ns! these may be obtained -
1 paying the
Bradford >y cost of duplication!
Andrews County, Florida in accordance -
on Saturday evening I at 'the rate of Tac per sheet: for
with the
? accepted bid and givea
B. M. .!McRae Mrs. Eldon Sir. and 'lira. F. VV. Graufloa Nov. ,I,_ ,&\ ber home (on,, Crosby contract surety bond satisfactory drawings and $3.00 per set foe

Sapp, and Mrs. T. N. Norman entertained were hosts at a lovely ''buffet dinner Lake.; The, Paulk homewas" lovely T ; to said Board in an amount equalto refundable.specifications which will not be

'! at the home of the lat- party and bridge Saturday for the 'occasion with; arrangement .. one price.hundred per pent of the contract Subcontractors and material sup

ter on Oct. 28 with a miscellaneous evening at their home. of pink pompom* and wTUie '" ... Xo bidder may withdraw hs! bid pliers may purchase drawings and
shower honoring Miss Pansy The buffet table was attractive gladioli, placed at points of interest : t. for a period of thirty: days after the specifications from the architectsby
a date set for the opening thereof. paying the cost of duplication at
Crosby, who became the bride of with, a Fall arrangement flanked yta 'fA the living and dining rooms. : r All work shall be done in accordance the rate of 'I'Mper sheet for the

Leo Richardson on Oct. 31. by silver candelabra holding bUrn- After several games were played Little Women Fashion Show with plans specifications\ and drawings and $3.00 per set for the
Stage documents relative thereto as prepared specifications, which cost includesthe
The rooms were attractively ing white tapers. prizes were awarded to Mrs. by Join and Moore Architects. !- cost of handling. This cost will
decorated with fall flowers. Following dinner 'the 12 guests Billy Torode, Mrs. James Rowe Gainesville, Florida. Plans, out be refundable.
Modeling the latest fall fashions in day and evening
Games enjoyed several progressions ot and Miss Judy Dankel, after which wear specifications and contract documents Bidders' Qualifications must b.
were played and prizes the at their recent fashion show are members of the Little Wom- may be examined at the officeof satisfactory to the Board of Public
awarded to Mrs. Gwendolyn bridge and prizes were awardedto guewere ijuafed to the Superintendent of Public In- Instruction of Bradford County,
. Thornton, Mrs. J. C. bapp and the winners.Brownies dining,.rpomr for refresbniente. The en's Club [II-rl] Martha Dayton, Shi Ann Smith Mary Agnes struction tarke-, Florida or at the Florida. The Board of Public Instruction
. table was overlaid? with an im- Matthews Charlene Hardy Penny Hollingsworth Barbara office of Gum and Moore Architects of Bradford County Flor
the honoree Miss X.
Crosby. E. 4th A\e., Gainesville, ida reserves tlright to waive %informalities
. Refreshments were serveo To Meet Fjbrted.cutwork cloth1Ilt, ed Bates and Patricia Humphries.Woman's Florida .1 in any bid and to accept
worn .. ------ with\ a,crystal punch'ibowl surrounded : Only one set of such plans and* any bid which they considerto
a lace-covered table, centered with The Brownie Scouts will meet I Miss Odessa Thomas, daughter contract documents and forms for be in the beet public interebt and
by \
. a fern encircled bowl. inter !fern\ interspersed Bidding for oath project may be to reject any and all hide
punch jf Mrs. Hester
o'clocKat L.
Friday afternoon, at 3:3Q Thomas and thE' withpink! pompoms.. Club High School PTA secured by general contractors only The Board of Public\ Instructionof
About 50 guests enjoyed this i the home of Mrs. J. D. Warren ate Mallory Thomas of Starke.has bliss from the office of the architects by Bradford Pountv Florida
. lovely affair with the honoree. I S21 N. Myrtle Ave. received the commission' 'of' ,; PSulkwas assisted?in serving Has International Hears Student Panel depositing for therewith $%0.00 per set By: Harmon P Morgan, Secretary
by her, sister, Mrs E jn\An- thr Xew Elementary Sihool. 1120-St-lM
Lt. (j. g.) in the U. S. Naval Reserve ThemeA
Program Discuss
. --- '- brews, ,of New Smyrna Beach, and
. Nurses Corps. her mother ''Mrs. Have Faulk.
x ,,,. ,
.. ,': Miss Thomas is program from the International -
;4 i a graduate ,pi High School PTA con-
.__. ,. .,' I '," :J'Wel; y-fiye guests :were,invited
W". v< < ,' ... r. Bradford High School aI\d' also this: Relations Department of the tinued on theyear's: theme ot
,11'. ;'.a" $,.:., .Piytar to, lovely affair, including
,, ', -:'.' I"I I' graduated from the Alachua General Mrs. R. H Andrews Starke Woman's Club was enjoy "Know Your\ School" for the pro-
oNi.Y3o IHCHU ,, mother.. of
wlDI--1. Hospital School of Nursing" the bride-electv ed at the November meeting on gram at their regular meeting Y
t ,
: where she received her Krj.. di 4, Wednesday afternoon of last week Tuesday night. in the school li-
i Miss, p|ulk, presented, the hon-
with Mrs. F. B. Beard chairman,
. ploma. Before entering thf,Navy oreew4th a lovely Colonial brary.
Nurse's Corps she was on the staff bed pattern and Mrs. L. G. Powell, cochairman Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle Of
spread as a memento of the I
1s at the Veterans Administration\ occasion. in charge. Keystone Heights St. Ann's Episcopal : -

: -H f Hospital in Lake City.r' Mrs. H. B.' Peyton, president, Church gave the devotional

Miss Thomas has completed \\h[ In Jacksonville' Tuesday evening, presided over the business meeting opening the program which was On These I t"

six weeks school indoctrination' Nov. 11,. Misses: Faye, JtlcCail, and Mrs. W. B. Mundy gave the! in the form of a round table dis

. for Navy nurses at the U.S.: Nayaj Bertha Hblconnb,, Annette sutton,I devotional. Mrs. J. W Kincaid cussion. I ou TS TANDIHGU'-

. Hospital, St. Albans L. I., 'N. ,i.., and nobks Parhani entertained' gave' a report on the ChristmasTea The panel was made up of members -
and is now stationed at the Naval at a _bridal shower'honoring Miss I which will be held on Dec. of the student council and

Hospital, Naval Air Station,-Jack Andrews.:at"the':girls';..apartment: 'I 10 honoring members of the Jun- officers of the,school clubs and
sonville. Pink Qudsant for Woman's Club and new mem- the
] discussion
,rpse } chrysantne-, centered around
. rmms'i| shades of pink; were used 1 bers. She announced that Mrs. activities of school'clubs and study

Farewell Party to advantage m decorating theapartment i Edward J. Clark of Jacksonville day. 1958 Ford Victoria

for this delightful. at- District Director, has been invited Winner of the $10 award
. ., .". For Flora Slade rear.The ] to attend. attendance of parents was grade 3,000 Miles Radio Heater Fordo-
30 guests enjoyed games i Mrs. C. L. Scholl gave a reporton 12. ,

w Misses Linda Kay Sale, Mary and refreshments during the par- i the "Art For Fun" class which Mothers of the 9th grade students matic Power Steering, White Tires,

meals Katherine[ WaLiwright Harriet ty hours. I the club is sponsoring on Saturday served refreshments. Blue and White, Tinted Glass.

perfect Powell, and Carol Temple were The hostesses presented the' mornings at the clubhouse. An NEW CAR GUARANTEE!
hostesses at a surprise going- enthusiastic or folks
AUTOMATICALLYfor bride-elect with a starter for her group young
away party and dance last Satur- breakfast china as turned out for the first two sessions HousewarmingAt i ,
. 2 or 24. in just 30 inches day evening in the Starke"Wom- of the.occasion. .. of the eight week co rSe. Coleman Home

I en's Club'fOt" Miss flora: blade( 'A
S New luxury styling in the striking Black, quartette composed of Mary 1958 Ford
. Magic control panel giant-size all Calrod, who is moving to Jacksonville' The C Community Center. at' Louise Haines Barbara Sue Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colemanwere 6pass. Sta.-wagon

Super Oven big enough for even a 40-lb.turkey Beach next week' to live' With her Brooke was the setting Thursday Barkadale, Dee-Walters, ast Janice entertained with a house- .

automatic oven control famous Calrod sister, Mrs. Charles Sawyer, for evening, Nov. 13, for a delightful Vickers sang several numbers accompanied warming Tuesday night Nov. 11,
: electric units throughout 12-steak broiler the remainder of the school term. miscellaneous shower honoring by Mrs. L. F, Dinkins at their home on Brownlee Koad. Loaded With Extras, Power Steeringand

with no pre-heating all porcelain inside The club house was lovely for Miss Andrews. at the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Martin were Brakes, Fordomalic, Radio and
and out. Special Crisper-Stor, too! the occasion with of Heater.
arrangements Low
The Center was attractive with Mrs. W. B. Sewell, the featured hosts on this occasion and were Mileage.

. : chrysanthemums placed at pointsof arrangements of yellow and bronze speaker, gave an interesting and assisted in serving refreshmentsto NEW CAR GUARANTEE!

. : ON CO@WS-1WT fIlMS.NOW ONLY interest throughout. The chrysanthemums used at vantage amusing talk on her trip to Euro- the 38 guests !by Mrs. Jessie

Small Down stage curtain had "Good Bye points throughout. After an amusing pe last summer, touching on Coleman and Misses; Joan Bennett,

Payment Flora" across the width with Period'of.. games, the highlights! in Paris and Rome, and Carlene Coleman, Florence Martin -

cardboard letters. The refreshment guests were invited to view the historical points of interest. Following and Janice Purdee. d\I check with Clyde Terwillegarand
: 75 weekly table in the sunroom was
"'. $2 display of gifts. Delicious refreshments her talk, Mrs., L. T. Green
centered with silver candelabra CALL FOR BIOS
. .$ 1''f 't'" and oi home made apple -presented a piano medley of the Sealed bids will be received by the be convinced these are ONCE-IN-A-
holding burning tapers
"llo' green
: ", ); :\" pie and coffee were served by the National Anthems from the countries Board of Public Instruction of
'. '< entwined with greenery. This was Bradford County LIFETIME
.' "" hostesses. Mrs. Sewell visited. Florida at the BUYS!
J" office of the Superintendent of Pub.
# flanked by horns-of-plenty holding
. ... InClude;. in,the 60.guests pres- i lie Instruction in the. Courthouse,
clusters of
fruit. heldcookies ;
Trays '
. ent were Mrs. R. R. Andrews, Starke, Florida, up to 2 o'clock P' _
and sandwiches. The Birthday Party E.S.T., Tuehday\ December 16, I.'I
mother of the bride-elect.'and Mrs. for furnishing all materials I
i LOOK FOR THAT DIFFERENCE AT punch table was centered with a C.'S. ''Kelley mother of the bridegroomelect. For. June Hall'Mrs. l labor and constructing the following -
crystal punch bowl surrounded school building projects in TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
with fern and berries. Eradford County Florida:
: J Pyracantha The fr/"T''ffft.way pn'sfifltffl,witt L Jack Hall entertained' at :\rE1ell&e.ta School
WINnER% ElECTRIC SERVICE The individual tables placed around a set of Revere cookware as a a "iiithda) 'party Wednesday af Starke! Florida
the wall in the auditorium for Bradford Hijsli Sf'hot.1udUorlulI'
ternoon Nov. 12 her
I memento of the occasion by the. daughter !Mirkr, Florida
PHONE WO 4.4081 234 N. TEMPLE were covered with red and white hostesses who were "Mrs::: M. F. June who was celebrating her -
and yellow and white ch ckedcloths I
Wiggins,:Mrs. C./Eo,Andrews, Mrs. fourth anniversary.The .
and centered with yellow or
o L. L. Parker, Mrs. R. Q. TomlmE 25 little guests enjoyed .
candles and dishes of
green party
I = n, Mrs. Mattie Sowell, Mrs. z. games in die yard during the par-

,mints. W. Hamilton, Mrs.. R. H. Greenbars.A. ty hours and had refreshments.indoors _Styled by Wendy Woods
Approximately 100 guests- enjoyed ; Gr'een/MrsT::: ; : C.: J. Har- served from a lovely lace

NO DOWN PAYMENTNeeded dancing and refreshments. rell, and Mrs. Carl Brown all of covered refreshment! table.
The chaperones. were Mr. and Mrs., .
Mrs." Brbpker and.New- River. Mrs. Hall was assisted by Mrs.
Don Page, Mr. and T. H.
-- Ben Holtzendorf Sr., Mrs. Sid Shu-
Slade, Sr., Mrs. Mural Gardner,
:Mrs. Joe Moreland of 2939 Kern ford and Mrs. N. B. Rosier.

to Build this House on Your Lot and Maurice Wingate. ington Street, Jacksonville, was i c''r

hostess at a family gettogetherand sH
Hospital Auxiliary ; 1y
Lottie"Moon 'Circle bridal shower for'her niece, s' .A

..... ", : : Miss Andrews, on Friday evening, Schedules TeaThe
.f'I.1 >.. .. Met November M I. Nov.. &. r

,f, Mrs. Ruby Johns was hostess to Fall flowers, were,,: decorate Hospital Auxiliary Board
met last Thursday at the Garden
cine members of the Lottie Moon the Moreland home for the r y u P
Restaurant with Mrs. Mack l''utch.vicepresident ,
Circie of the First Baptist WMS:: occasion. The 15 members of the

at her home on Tuesday, Nov. 11. two families attending enjoyed pi lding.A. .
refreshments -tea..will be given at the gen
A program on missionary work in games during
eral meeting, Dec. 3, with Mrs. T.
the: evening.
f' K Taiwan was presented by :Mrs. _
Mrs. Moreland the G. Ritch as social chairman tor
Kate Sheppard Mrs. Willie Ivlae presented" i
1 bride-elect with the affair.
# Denton, and Mrs. Bertha Fuller. a piece of her ,
chosen crystal memento of Mrs. Joe Arnold was appointed a k
;:; Each member was asked to bring
........' ; chairman to decorate the
,. -. ,.. .. ,... t..i............-..-,",' a gift to 'the December' meeting. the occasion. hospitaland '
,.. .... "". t. .. -"'!;- <'ft. hospital grounds for Christ- :? Cotton Sateen Florentine
"':: -.: .. ,..'hJ;. These will be given to the childrenof
b ... ; with\ Mrs. S. E. Simmons
L .- ".... .::...z..t.. __. __of._,---..._ the community.The BPW'Club Meets co-chairman. --- -4g Print Shirt Waist, three-

meeting was adjourned by fourths step-in. Short sleeves,
"The Capri" Mrs. J. D. Doyle after which re: At. Phillips Home.. i v with tab trim. Brass buttons

freshments. were s rved. The; Starke BPW- club met at Garden Club to waist. Self-belt, novelty,

CASH PRICE 1495 the home of Mrs. Ernest Phillips To Meet MondayThe *- ( buckle. Trench coat yoke

AERICTARKE Florence last Thursday Jennings evening as co-hostess.with 'Miss Starke Garden Club will back Unpressed pleated full

.. 24- at y skirt.
Mrs Edward"Hall, president, presided : meet Monday evening Nov.
This modem 2-bedroom home is designed for Southern Liv w FLA. over the meeting.Final 7:30 o'clock in the Parish_ Houseon r'

ing. Three Jalousie Windows and a Jalousie Door are among plans were madO' for I the Church street. n 3e P'F

the standard features offered In this well-constructed home. Fri., Sat. Nov. 21. 22 showing, of,"the-\ film.; '-r mi and Hostesses for the evening will f ; SIZES 7-15

Completely finished outside doors, windows, screens, etc. DOUBLE FEATURE Two Women" on Thursday evening be ,Mrs. W, E.. Torode, chairman, N l; Green-Red
.Nov. 20 at 8 o'clock the Mrs. R. F.'Young, Mrs. V. V. Haz- \ TurquoiseSTARKE
and 2 coats of paint. Partitions, studding and floors only JOHNNY GUITAR in '
Starke Elementary School Cate- en and. Mrs. W. H .Nollman. .
inside. -
on Joan Cra 1enI- .torium. f n? .'- -- a.f .

.. Sterling Hayden, Mercedes Mrs. Lloyd Farbr and Mrs.
McCambridfe Scott Brady ,Nate. Dya gave,, reports on; thf I
FOR ANDImitation State Board"meeting, which was i f

GeneralRed in West Palm Beach in October.

Miss Florence Jennings discussed
the book and Mrs. Nate 1 A
new year :
Plus Serial Chapter No. 1 and I ;
,Dya) leddiscussion ot 1M-policies
Color Cartoon for >Children
that have been set up for the

r SUN'l\ION., TUES. I year.f. Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAuley r' bf

ANY TIMECALL Nov. 23,24, 25 I 'f of, 910' S. Lena St., 'Dothan, Ala., r r i x

DOUBLE FEATURE Beta Sigma Phi' former' Starke residents, announce 4'x

: the birth of a son, Richard Leigh,
The L'adyI Plans Harvest DanceThe
COLLECT on Nov. 16 in :Moody Hospital,

I Takes A FlyerLana Dcthan.
FR 2-2587 Beta Srgma" PM sororitywill

Gajnesyille Turner, Jeff Chandler hate a Harvest Moon Banc e Mr. and Mrs. Carl Byrd announce -

t. ANDUNION t at. the. USO' Saturday evening' the birth of a son, Johnny

-. PACIFICBarbara Nov. 22, starting at*9Vclock. Thedance'ls Olin. on Nov. 15 at Doctors Hos-
for the benefit of the
Stanwyck Joel McCvea pital.
Cancer Closet and the public is in-
JIM WALTER CORP. Plus Color Cartoon for Children r

vited. Bradford County Hospital an-

Wed. Thin Nov. 262f': nounces the.following births: "

"World's Largest & Best Builders of Shell Homes" DOUBLE FEATURE Beta Sigma I rh| Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Irby of .

VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT Man In The ShadowJeff To. Meet Monday Starke, a son :Michael Wilson

I Nov. 14.
Gainesville- Rt. 2, Box 213-Ar Hawthorne ,and Kin. Chandler, Orson WeQes l rand: Mrs. Zenas Tetstone of f e '

raid Roads Phone FR 22587. AND The Beta Sigma PhI soronty Starke, daughter, Cynthia Elizabeth "," ,. -

i Palatka, P. 0. Box 782. Located at the "Y" The Gift Of Love win meet Monday evening, Nov. Nov. 14. ..

Phone EAST 5-5971 Laure*BacaU. Robert Stack 2., at 8 o'clock at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Strick -

Plus polar Cartoon Mrs. Harry Elrod, 315N..-Myrtle landJr. of Starke, 'twins.a son, < FU.'Atm"POmt .

ave. and-daughtel.uov..l1. '

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I --- Mr. and Mrs.' Michael l Gilhoolyhad Mrs. Della Griffin'of'Jacksonville Ricky Johns four year old son WANTED -' Clean. Cotton. Rajs, or ,'ertiflcatuIII be stud to the I'uless Blub certificate- :;.,;&11 M
I as weekend guests Mr. and Ink with hghe! bidder at the court house 1 redeem a,' '.rd It
is spending weep of Mr. and Mrs. ,Call L. Johns, No Pants,. No"Shirts. Musi t. Be door I c igttt : v ihjirup. -
on the first Monday In Month trt descriued svcfi {
> in c. ;I ate
Art Merritt of Long Island her daughter Mrs,',C., "S.: ':Haddock underwent_ a. tonsilectomy at Clean. Bradford. \ County Tele-, of Iviemutr' 1958; winch i* the 1 i or, certificates will he.soul to the
N. Y. Mrs. Merritt was the former and family. Baptist Memorial Hospital on day of ,December 135S. I highest _bidder at thtt.court house
Patricia Gilhooly: a ,frequent Miss ..Vida Jean Gentry of Wesleyan Thursday. :, graph. Dated this 30 day of Oct. 1958.: door on the first Monday in Month
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) of D..t.'f'mher..Ui8, which is the 1
I visitor here. College, Macon, Ga.. ,wilL Mrs D.<.Mari McMillin has returned CHARLES A. DARBY,. day of DEot'ember. 19i8.. 4
Dr. Marcus Brown of Moses H. arrive next Tuesday to spend the to Clerk of Circuit of Bradford Dated this 30 day vl Oct., 1958.
IN THE I I : .}her home in .S.t_ Petersburg OTI'Jl: OF 4PPI.H'VTIOX. FOB County, Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
NEWS I I Cone Memorial Hospital l. Greens- Thanksgiving holidays with her after spending,'several weeks Notice TX DID 11-6 4t 11-27 CHARLES:: A OARDY,
bcro. N. C. arrived today to ,visit parents the J, L, Gentrys herewith: h?r brother-in-law and Alderman is hereby the held given r-of, the that follow W, R. Clerk of Clreuit of Bradford

...- -,-.- -- ...;.,....-- -,- ---0) I his mother Mrs. M. F-Brown,. for Mr..and Mrs W, V4 Green Jr. sister;;Mrs;and Mrs. J. L...Gentry. ing certificates, has filed'said certificates NOTKK OF .*PPLICTIOFOK County Florida. 11-6 4t 11-:?
'Mr. and' I several days. of Ra eigh, N., C. are spending the Jesse Cdleman and his broth- for a taI. deed to I* issued T\X DEED
Mrs. Notice ,,
} Harry Rabb, Jr.I Miss Virginia Sewell thereon. The certificate numbers hereby given that W. R.
and t family Our. Arch, arrived I',: Mrs. D. W, Carpenter and Mrs. Thanksgiving.weekend ,with her ErS.: Ken and H. A., were called and years of..issuance, the description Alderman the holder,of the follow Try Our Home-Made
home Sunday after spending the! Dolph Reddish and children visited :Mr'and Mrs., Owen to of the property and the ing eel tlticate., has filed said lertificates -
i parents a ,hospital in .
T iOm s, Albert Lee Crosby Jr.. past two years in France and Macon. Ga recently -' names la which it was assessed are for a tax deed to be issued -
and John Grew attended the Mr. and Mrs.' David, Reid, and Vaughn. to see their mother, who is as follows; thereon. The certificate numbers
Germany where she was employedwith family in Jacksonville last, Wed- and years of issuance, the description PIZZA'
Midwinter Conference of the i Beta Sigma Phi Dance Sat ,9 undergoing an operation there. Certificate. No. 23;; Year\of Issuance
the Army Special Services. 1956 of the property and the
: I I I nesday. til?,, Benefit, Cancer closet, $1, Pvt..Jimmy Hazen left'Wednesday '' *" "M "V
in which
American Legion in Orlando en Randy Chapman of the USS Description of property: ,Lut 49 & names it was assessed are
Saturday and Sunday. i I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Douglas of Stag U. S. O. BId:. $1.50 per. for! overseas,duty,in Germany. N-1-3 of Lot 46 in Lawtey E. of as follows: I Italian Spaghetti
II Saratoga was the overnight guest' Jacksonville spent the weekend couple.. Jackie and Susie'Henkle: of Palatka Rr.Name. Certificate No. 44; lear of Issuance
Mr; and Mrs. B. Haynes of Tuesday of last week of his uncle with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. in which assessed Fannie 1956
Richard and of l were> 'weekend guests of f FRED'S CAFE
Winter and Mrs. Ray on Stewart. Description > Property: Lot :I of
Haven were last Friday 1 aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. and! their uncle and AH of said property being in the Blk. 2 in U T. & COS S. D. .
I Savannah. Ga.. and ,Mrs D., M. aunt Mr. and
visitors of.Mrs. Bertha: Pearce and ,Chapman.Beta I:Mrs. S. G. Denmark of the Starke : County wf Bradford, State ,of FloridaUnless Name in which assessed Louvenia Temple Avenue
I Heath of Fort Lauderdale ar'e Mrs! R. R. Harrell:' such certificates shall be Robinson.
Sigma Phi Dance Sat. 9 Elementary PTA are ,attending spending, several days thiS week redeemed according to law the-prop All of said property being in the I Phone WO 4-6051
((117. 1 Benefit Cancer closet. ,$1 the State PTA convention in with their parents Mr.. 'and i Mrs.J ,. erty, described in ,such .l'ewUca\e\ County of,Bradford1, State of Florida -

Stag. < U. S. 0. Elds. $1.50 per Sarasota from Tuesday to Thurs- S. Sapp, and family. Tornadoes Take
a couple.Mrs.. Clyde. Terwillegar day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs: WilliS Dyal and: ....' '1 .. ;:, OVERLOADED,-- ... < -- -<-- _OVERLOADED_ _ .
and Miss .
and Mrs. Garl Mathews Mrs. Beulah Prescott were in -
Dcrothy Alvarez were in West have had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Tampa over the weekend to attend Keystone title Q
Palm Beach Thursday to Sunday Lowell Mathews of Neptune Beach a surprise birthday party forJ. w r 0
attending the American Cancer ever the weekend C
and Mr. and N. Suri ency. ( Continued from Page 1))
Society annual_State meeting. Mrs. Bruce Mathews of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gill and
THEATRESat. Mrs. M. H. Lang and Mr. andMrs' en Sunday. sons. Sammy and Tommy; and- Shi a Tornado penalty. Gene Roberts

R. B. Alvarez spent'the Bensons Old Home Fruit Cake, Smith Jr. wets, among those in ripped. through for final yardage: O r
weekend in Delray Beach where 3..IDS; $3.00: Available from the Scrub over the weekend. and score, and Buddy Roberts J O

,Nov. 22 __Only the Alvarezes rented a home. Methodist W. S._ C. ,S. Call M rs. PFC.and Mrs. E. E..Tanner, Jr went over, fcr the extra point on >
- DOUBLE FEATURE' They also visited Mrs. Treadwell TitusOlson: WO 9-1121: or, Mrs.. are returning to his base in Fort a keeper' to make it 76. w o
Strickland in Belle' Gla'de.W. George Huggins, WO 44863. Monmouth,.N. J. today after visit- The. Tornadoes, undaunted, >

DCNNIS Q H. No man. J. P.. Jaudon, Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. went 67 yards in a dozen plays I o a M
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bullington, Ind. and Homosassa. Fla. E. E. .Tanner, Sr. and Mr. andMrs for their next score and a 13-7 .0

and Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger spent Saturday with her mother, AdolphGay.Mr. lead. Four more first downs were I ,
nriANt were !in Gainesville Saturday and Mrs. W.. S". Slade and Mrs.' Charles .Fields hacked out with Devore's' 19yardrun I
Sunday where. the Starke Camp Miss Vivian Garcia a freshmanat and children of Jacksonville were from the Rebels' 48 to 29 the

1 i WYMAN of Gideons held a rally to raise ,Jacksonville ,University has visiting .their parents Mr. ; and big gainer.It 0o
noney for Testaments to be recently been pledged to Beta Chi Mrs. Olin White' $r. and Mrs, J. lock, Bradford four plays to I

placed in hands of High School Alpha Sorority. Miss Garcia is H. Fields on Sunday, go..over from.,the Rebels' sixyardline
gMsfi students in Alachua County. also on the annual staff at JU, Mr. and Mrs T.. F. Hutto and as Santa Fe battled desper- I P 3 1
i Beta Sigma Phi Dance Sat. 9 a.member of the Baptist Student family of Jacksonville were Sunday ately with its back to the wall.I f r

til? Benefit Cancer closet. $1 Union,. and social .chairman of visitors of Mrs. L. S. Hutto\ On, the,.last try Terrell Greenslfp'ped :I 0

Stag.. U. S. O. Bldg. $1.50 per YWCA. She is the daughter of and family. ,_ over from the two to score.LaMee w r: >
couple. Mr, and Mrs. Rene' Garcia of Bensons Old Home Fruit Cake sneaked for the point to.
M Camp .Blanding. 3 Ibs...- $300; Available from make it 13-7. > D
--- Mrs. Lucina M. Clark has returned Methodist W.. S. C. S. Call Mrs.. Two plays later the Tornadoesgot o 1Q e

.: RAYuKledEBAIc hY QUALITY from a visit with her son Titus Olson', WO .9- 121 rIrs.! another break, recovering a
WAYNE- T George Iluegins, WO 4-4863. fumble on the Santa Fe 35. Brad- .
ARTHUR Merton F. Clark
wwhw at the V. A. .. .
MORE .. .. .
] I eW1 MEANS Mrs. J. E. Wall. Jr. is in Boca ford drove for another score in
MORRIS:I Ert plcp". r :=:i'&w Hospital! in Augusta Ga. 'While
FOR YOUR MONEY there: she enioyed.the Hallowe'en Grande visiting her father, L. G. five' plays, with Devore sweepingleft OF WINTER DRESSES
AND "' Week festivities at that insti Hoffman who is HI, and also vIsiting end from the nine to tally. W 0
SEE, tution. t her sister; Mrs. Earl Tharpe e A penalty on the extra point try A C

THE GOLDEN-SKINNED NEW 1959 James. W. [IBillyl] Patray of in Tampa.. left j the,score at_19-7._ __ NO! We.'re not, crazy it's the weather man'sfault. Values to 4.95o PI
GIRL WHO HAD A DATE Starke has been elected presidentof Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight_t Three plays after the .second- He ,sent us mid-summer in November and NOW'a

WITH DESTINY AT. the first class enrolled in- the of Humboldt, Tenn. are visiting half kickoff Santa Fe recovered a J we're sweating it out in more,>\ays than one r-
America's No.l Umveisity of Florida College oMediche. f relatives in Starke and Ga'inesviliewhile Starke fumble on" the Tornado 31, tiUJ 0We're
He holds a bachelor'sand on vacation. and the' Rebels,got back in to the

OHOWANI Quality TVTti master's! degree from the uni- S-Sst. and Mrs. Jerry Lawsonand game with.aneight, -play'pash for Overloaded With These 99 d
jR \ersity, and his, education includea children of Orlando spent the the touchdown. After Imler pick- '
JUNCTION ? .. pre-medical ,training. Mr. weekend with his parents, Mr. ed up three yards, Gene and Buddy O Lovely l Winter Dresses and e
Ml I Patray was a former teacher in end Mrs. Ewell Lawson. They also Roberts carried on every play

-. c Y yy i I Bradford High School. spent Thursday with the Lawson s thereafter! until .the_ former crashed : Drastically Reducing Them
:: ,Beta Sigma Phi Dance Sat. 9 while enioute to their new station into the end zone from the five, And
i til? Benefit Cancer closet. $1 in New Mexico, where they will to make' ) it' 1913. The- try for pomtwaS Q To Sell For Up Q

1 Stag. U. S. 0.. BId:. $1.50 per be stationed for four months previous shbrt.Bradford. W

AVA GARDNER r couple.Mr. to overseas duty. roared right back, Q t1ROBBINS'
and Mrs. T. D. Broun of Mr. and Mrs, H. N. DuPre of 1 f"cwever, touchdown that <
Wedgefield S. C. spent last week Live Oak and Mr. and'Mrs.,J. E. sewed up the game. The Torn:

STEART.GRANGERBlaTRAVERS .. \with the L. D. Haines I children McIntyre of Jacksonville were adoes drove' 64 yards in only fiveplays 0J
9 9t.F. 313'r 1 r1Ak+; while Rev. and Mrs. Haines attended Sunday.guests of Mr and Mrs. J. to score. Starting from theiroW
from M G M inCINEMASCOPE the Baptist convention in H. DuPre. 36 with the kickoff, LaMeesne

COLoR ud Miami. Bensons Old Home Fruit Cake_. .a kedj .for four and, then Williams W "'
Mr., and Mrs. Roy Mathews and 3 4 lbs..r- $3-00)) Available! 'TheStore. of Values' .
Plus "Home Tweet Home" Mrs Leighton Hood and childrenof Methodist W. S. C. St,Call Mrs:' elghf- rd ,run to the stark e O. ,. 0
Cartoon. Palatka were last Friday visit- : Titus Olson WO 9-1121. or, Mrs j 48. Williams picked up four to the .' '"

ors of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dowlingand George,Huggins. WO 44863. .; Rebels 4<6 before Cottle slashed t ,
WMhnenl. Model 12245. 21" ,.
Sun., Mon Nov. 23, 24 overall diog. mea, 262 iq. I.. nc ,family. :Mr. and.Mrs. Oscar Hendrix of jhe 36. and a 10-yard gain good ',1 OVERLOADED__-. ._ ___ -, . OVERLOADED- ,
nut angular, Mahogany picliwt or arta land grointd Oak color Wai. Mrs. Roy McDavld and daugh- Palatka were weekend visitors of fo'r.the.first down. I
WUATlOUUOOTS .. '- ter, Am of Gainesville were Sun- Mr. and Mrs.. J. P. Dill.. On the next plays Dev6re went -
LOLA GETS; (Walnut color) l day visitors of Mrs. T. D. Dyal. Mrs. Carl: ,, Johns of Chesterton ner left tackle,'cut back fast' and

G ;' .y $259 Mr., and Mrs. Harry Elrod spent Ind and ParkerCooper of Mont- outdistanced a host of Rebel pursuers mW
*{ the .weekend in West Palm Beach cello, Ky were Saturday to Monday in, a, 36-yard touchdownrun. ;.
H\ attending the Lions Club Council guests of.Mr, and Mrs. Cleveland The point try failed again. q.
.Governors. Diiggers. ;Fumbles marred two Santa Feattempts :I::
Mrs. J.,M. Lott returned to her ,to score and on the last l'' i!'
if p i ;
LESS SERVICE Symphony home in Jacksonville Sunday after two plays of the game the Rebels P= ,= : u !Ili
spending, the past three weeks whose aerial attack was nil for .
//fiHUBavsiDNcaai/ '/\1 HEADACHESZenith .. ;!
\ in aSuitcase with her son-in-law and daughter., the night; hit on passes for 35 and3yard "1jJ:
JUWD1 .. handcrafted'horizontal Mr. and Mrs.J, p. Dill gains:,both, coming within I:;/
chassis uses No Beta Sigma Phi Dance Sat. 9 4 step of being.,touchdown plays. i;

......,...--WAmI'J." *+t,*""X. r\! Printed headaches.Circuits for lessservice Iii? Benefit Cancer closet. $1 The clock ran out with the Rebels .w 'I;
t... :.;J.\JY'iX., J Stag.. U. S. 0. BJd:. $1.50 per Bradford's, 40. .
couple Santa Fe with a 3-1' loop mark, I il:
Plus "Happy Cobler" tl I
Cartoon Mrs. Frazier Shaw and son, 'and 6-l-It overall, 'still has tmee.t
z zar Gene, and. Mr and,,,Mrs. Carl ,L. Bolles i in conference play.The ALWAYS YEARS AHEAD ,,1K ,1-;

Tues... ,. Wed., ,. Nov._ 25, 26 i Johns and sons spent the weekend Tornadoes: 4-pin Ccnference, : .
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at at Salt Springs. ind 6-2 overall, meet Green Cove PERFORMANCEOutperforms ,i
da.r ,_ I 1 Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt werehosts 'here Friday in a conference game ', I
II with Zenith I at .dinner Wednesday evening which win or lose, will not affect

THE Fi END SUNSHINE PICTUREEXTRA Tuil I to.20.doc tors and.,their .wives fheir cham"p"ionshipsUifstfcs': .
I n' from Jacksonville.. and Pr, andMrs. .
WHO WALKED- J. L, Swartz of High Springs s luis SF' .'
In .t'C VALUE previous to the District Two meeting First_downs 12 V6from
THE WEST FEATURES MOTOROLA of the Florida Osteopathic rqshlng llfiom .5 f.

18,000 volts of : *t vi -r 4 .. Medical ..Association which was passing ,' I. .1 -
picture power PORTABLESTEREO- also held at the Houpt home from penalties' 6to 0
C.. G. Barksdale is confined Yards gained rushing 219 10.0 /
Cinelens picture Baptist Memorial Hospital in: Yards gained passing- 36 .43 .R' OWN .
glass Jacksonville Passes attempted 3-5 25Passes ::t ,
Plus "(let Lost" Cartoon Spotlite dial 99.95 Mr. and Mrs. Casey Wethington intercepted oy ...0 :4 .- : ; i gyp

y' and family of Clearwaterwere Fumbles! .s ,1,1. 1Avg 2 -I I .
Thur. Fri. Nov. 27, 28 Pull-push/on-off weekend guests 6f Mr: and distance punts 30 31 \ :

control FOIl) FREE HOME Mrs. Albert, Lee. --,Yards- M\f.< ?lest** penalties m*: ., ,_35.. *-5- fIIA I
.!1 necoQt{ 4. j 1)FMONSTRATIONPhone; E
JERRY WAiu ,,_II i1.. = .

k IN LOVE SEE ZENITH ,RADIOS! WO 4-7271, The .Civitan Club of .Gainesvilledrinouhces 'Jj, '

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to b LuxeCeaawSCOpt VERSATILE OLD-FASIi10 J ."
:. Electric Service All STEno HICK flOIUIY, fIT
Vena *. tereo.-- Detachable
-_ cabinets play close together -
Plus ") speaker
JtOO's Problem Child" 224 N. Temple Ave. : or far apart. 16-watt

Cartoon 1'h.11'0 I! : _!-_1031.! Starke_ .Fla., stereo Separate control.amplifier. tone Dual controls 4 speakers.!sapphireS balance Fruit ,Cakes premium gasolines costing more !

= tylL Carrying case with : .
Brown leather-tntured r .t i;9 iff' *

PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY miracle Model SH12 fabric.,' Vs-: ClOWN EXTRA gasoline the So th's most popular This same advanced refining technique has
( For the benefit Bradford
your of f County premium gasoline-now at, a new made 'Crown ,and Super. Crown Extra finer

164.95 -- .. V performanceacfually outperforms other premium : gasolines too. One or two tanlf ols of either of
American Cancer fuels costing more!, the three popular Standard Oil gasolines willAn
,, Chapter, : : ,Society; advanced refining procedure makes this show you that your best gasoline buy is at the
J u improved Crown Extra the cleanest premium familial Standard Oil sign. .

LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo FROM A COMPLETE. ON SALE you can buy. it actually reduces, deposits left in Standard Oil gasolines are refined m the
... AT your engine gives more mileage per dollar, and South, to suit Southern driving conditions: i ,:and
iNEiNE.At better performance over the whole wide range are constantly improved to meet the changing
Koch's Drug Store 'ConeyJsland of gasoline values. requirements or modern automobile -(ngiltl .
,Membership Fees 6.Mo. Policies .
Cariova's PharmacyNick's? ...Grocery ,STANDARD- OIL COMPANY
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Seymour's: 66 .Wiriit-Dixi
DOYLE --- .
E. CONNER AGENCY Stud &*GJftSfarlrt I .
Service V
136 W. Call St. Phone: WO 4-4501 I Flal: I Kayo_ Station. .lley.Starling's. s ,
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Solon 1 ; -. .' ,, .. .> ''as follows: Dated this 30 day of Ot, 1958.
: Suggests Council Clamps 1 "" Certificate No. 13: ; Year of Issuanceme OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
-T Description of Property: Com. at a Clerk of Circuit of Bradford
Pt. at Cor. of St. St. & Lake Ave County, Florida.
Brutality Probe Curb On Trailers & on W. side of St. St., run 11-C 4t 11-27
X. JO ft. W. 70 ft, S. !O ft. E
TO ft. Par with Lake Ave. to FOB
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued W. of Ry.
.from Page ,,1))
Name in which assessed Pearl G.
Hein.AH. Vf. C. T. U.
the hospital lost track of the pa- cussion.
of said property being in the
tient. He entered Raiford May 2.I Als '-visiting- the' meeting wasBill p County of Bradford. State of Florida
1958 with a one year sentence for| Unless Miih certificates shall be
Haas. Bradford County Civil redeemed according to law the TRUTH ADVERTISERS
property UQUOR
armed robbery, at which time the Defense. Director; who informed ; : 4 -,,. described In such certificate WOULD CEASE BUSINESS."
prisoner was in complete touch the council of I. or certificates will be sold to the
progress made inClIlanization
highest bidder (DR. NORMAN VINCENT
with at the court house
reality, and his physical ex- _of County Civil De- i door on the first Monday: Month PEALE.) IN NATIONAL.
animation was completely nega- fense. He said' he has met with of December, 1958. which is the 1 VOICE.
tive except for ele- day of December 1958.
a very slight excellent: cooperation so far inthe

ration in blood pressure."At' county. 'Members of the City ,

the time of his death he Council will'have the 'responsibility -

was in the maximum security | of the city 'organization, with I

building. On the morning of Sept. Chairman Hazen as head. '--------' ,. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

6. 1958 Medical Technician, L. ,Haas told the members that .

j $ Branson was called at 2 a. m. because Dec. 7, had been designated by .>) .
the guards were unable to Governor Collins as Civil Defense I '

quiet the patient, who was caus- Day, in commemoration of the day Selective Service Chief Gives Awards

Got Your Union/ Card, Boys? ing considerable disturbance by that plunged. this country into

yelling shaking the door, and World War 2,"followIng the attack

Paint was flying in all directions Monday night as Chamber seemed confused. Mr. Branson on Pearl Harbor. In a brief ceremony at Selective year service certificate and emblem -

of, Commerce members turned out for another'dab-feet, stated that when he saw the patient On complaint of a propertyowner Service offices here Monday afternoon for her unbroken tenure in'

redecorating the new CC headquarters building on Temple Ave. he seemed unable to collect on W. Adkms St. the city CoL H. C. Wall, state director office. The presentation was made WITH THESE

Manager Robert Mclntire, Director Bill Wall, and'llarioo'Payne&J'e' his thoughts properly, yet did not clerk was instructed to write the of Selective Service St. Augustine at a regular meeting of the board
awarded service certificates here
complain of any physical pain or owner of land involved Monday. Trade-ins
seen here: "brightening the corner" where they are. An- o stating to retiring member Drew On NEW 1959 FORDS
disability. In view of Pictured above (from
hisprevious that the fire hazard must be ) are:
other work session will be held next Monday night and all CC H. Dukes heft) and Mrs. Rhoda
history, Mr. Branson administered cleared within 30 days. Mr. Dukes, member S. G. Denmark -
volunteer decorators are urged to turn out. D mpier. clerk.
150 mgms. of thorazine intra- There was discussion of the Mrs.
prq- Mr. Dukes has served on | Dampier, member W.
muscularly, which at 3:15: a. m. posed construction of a storage .board theC. Powell Col. Wall and M.
as member from G. 00 1953 Ford Tudor V-8
Funeral Friday J. Matzat. both of Jacksonville: a I had failed to quiet the patient building and garage ror'city 395 ;
County since 1954, and is retiring Langford of Lake Butler appoint-
son Sidney C. Alvarez, Santa down. Forty-five minutes later, equipment (with exception of Radio Heater OverDrive
For Walter AlvarezIn due to considerations of as Union County representative ,
Monica, Calif.: and a brother, he was advised that the patientwas power plant equipment] on a site Mrs. Dampier was awarded succeed Dukes.

Jacksonville Arthur Alvarez Starke. quiet and was asleep. At 5:50: on W. Washington St. behind the

Funeral services will be held I a m. he was called back to examine school. A committee was named to Altman, drummer of Whitehouse 7 A
QO 1954 Chevrolet Belair For-
Walter Alvarez) 80, of Edison Friday at 1 p. m. in Giddens Riv the patient who showed inspect the site. C of C Banquet were cheered and praised for

Ave.. Jacksonville, died in a hospital erside Chapel, 116 Riverside Ave., no vital signs; and at 6 a. m. Dr. I The annual audit prepared byGeo. their talents last Friday night I qj dor; Radio, Heater local car

there, Tuesday: after an ill- Jacksonville. Officiating minis- Mosley arrived at which time W. Dandelake of Jackson- Nov. 14 when they played and

ness of several weeks. jl stirs will "be Rev. Geo: E. Summers Sellers was pronounced dead. ille was presented.and accepted. Marks Progress sang at the Homecoming dance

A native of Bradford County, retired Methodist minister "The post mortem exammatlon held in the Baldwin School cafe.: f Jirnn 1954 Ford V.S Fordor;

Mr. Alvarez moved to Jacksonvillemore and Rev. ,Lester Sanders, pastor was performed at the Florida te rla. This is a very promising I.UU Fordomatic Radio
of Woodlawn State Prison Hospital on Sept. 6, UP I /I Heater.
Baptist Church. ,
than 50 years ago and enter- ALLIGATORl Around 150 businessmen civic young band and we hope to see
ed the livery'stable business. Later Burial will be in Conner Cemetery 1958. The body was that of a well- l leaders, City and county officials them go places. A REAL BUY!
he opened one of the first automobile near Raiford. developed, well-nourished young gathered in the Starke Elementary Plans are being made for a

repair shops in that city. Active pallbearers will be nephews colored male. There was ,a minor i1\ School cafetorium Thursday Christmas party and play at the
of the deceased. Walter, abrasion on the right shoulder with } Ford Custom Tudor
Before his retirement he owned night; of last week for the annual Maxville Baptist Church. ;

and operated a garage and service Robert, Coy Arthur Tate, and I approximately two inches in diameter I. Zark \ i banquet .of the Starke-Bradford Thanksgiving Supper 1495 001957 Radio Heater.

Willard Alvarez. another abrasion over the I ,
station at 2515 Edison Ave. for Walton { i County Chamber of Commerce. The Maxville Civic Club is sponsoring
sacral area about the same size,
25 years. NEW RIVERBAPTIST The new president, T. H. Slade, a turkey supper at the Civic 19,000 Miles Clean
and ,
minor abrasions both
Mr. Alvarez was the son of the CHURCH on 7@ reviewed plans for the new year Club this Friday night Nov. 21

late Roman and Suzan .Reddish wrists none of which indicated and announced that the member- starting at 6 p.m. Prices will be

Alvarez, early -settlers of Bradford any severe injury. There was no $1 for adults and 60 check with Clyde Terwillegpr
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- ship drive now in progress Is.. cents for V
evidence of contusion lacerations
County. He-was a member of ihlp Hour, 11 a. m. Evening 8enrce. > I. meeting with outstanding success. children. Everyone plan to attend

Woodlawn Baptist Church. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa of the body. Oral and rectal I If I was not. so old and a-set- Slade said that only around 35 and buy a supper in order to help and SAVE MONEY

Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Eu- Wednesday 7::30 p.m.ALVAREZ' cavities upon examination showedno tin' onthe porch waiting for the persons have been contacted so far the Civic Club get their building

nice Alvarez: a daughter. Mrs. R. changes. and there was no ab., mail man to bring me 'my social and already a total of $4,000 has started.

I normal odor noted about. the ecurity check and my oldest been pledged for the expanded Basketball Game
Men'sClothing body. boy's unemployment check and Four Maxville girls helped win -
C of C He

ll STORE Established 1894 1111.I that week During, fellow the had 20-hour prisoners hearing testified last 1; my[Mama dependent: ran' away children's with anotherman check,: the and action County program.of Commission the City commended Councila appropriating basketball for game Baldwin.last Monday They: : Sell It Rent It Trade It

they seen Sellers beaten
], and my aching back every funds for Chamber were Patty Parrish, Edith Smith,
with hose: "cuffed up" [hand- Thursday's welfare check, I would work in their current budgets. Peggy Smith and Sandra Brosky.

cuffed to cell bars, and locked in open up..a filling station or a The final score was Baldwin 23 WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
In a brief business session, the
a broom closet filled with tear I
clothing store ,and get me a good Bolles "B" team 16. This was the,
Guards on duty in the maxi group approved a change in bylaws t
MUFFLERSGuaranteed' man to run it for a few dollars'week a junior varsity team.
mum security building did not and rations, and I' would increasing the number of The Homecoming football :o WORDS OR LESS Oae UiertleB (!Ual... Clare) __ ,ff

deny administering this treatment directors from nine to 18. game EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 10 -----__ _____ 4t Pf r W r4
spend time afishin'and a- for Baldwin
my was won by Baldwin
to.Sellers in the period precedinghis Robert Mclntire, new executive '
for the LIFE of huntin'. I with a score of 32 to 6. They: 23. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I*' ADVANCE.
daath.In of the Chamber
your manager was introduced -
If and I
you see a vacuum, up played against the Bolles "B
his statement this week Sen d own'Call 1 Street'this' week it is; and outlined an expanded team.A CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _---,_, '1'= Per lack Pint hurtle

car at No Extra Cost ator Belser recommended that a because most of the fellers are doing work, program for the year, hay ride is being planned for tl.OO PER INCH FOR *MB All REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES

clean sweep be made at Raiford I .just that. Among,those tnt e with emphasis on industrial development Friday night for the Maxville CARDS OF THAAK
with the firing of R. O. Culver.director ,. Scrub are the Bishops, the Al housing and civic' y young people. Hope they will OVER SO WORDS ----------------__ 4 Cf.U Pet \Ver4

Why Waste Money on a New Muffler of state prisons: DeWittSinclair varezes the Grahams,. the Elling beautification. have a nice crowd. MF.MORIAI.SAID RESOLUTION h______________ 4 Crmtt Per Ward
superintendent of Rat After dinner entertainment included -
i tons, the Torodes. and the rest
FREE-Double cylinder hook up I FOR HE Furnished upstairs
WithoutThis Guarantee? ford; L. J.: Swann. assistant of the capitalists.,Hear that four a group of popular num for. cost of gas ONLY. Slade Gas Co. ', apartment, 2 bedrooms. Contact Mrs.

superintendent: James Dunn deer had been taken out of Bi bers 'by Miss Mara Payne, accompanied NOTICE. OP .\PPLlCTIO'FOR tfchg. 'I Paul Raymond' 241 South St. tfchg

captain of the guards: and 10 shop's camp already. ,Bill ,McRae at the piano by Mrs. TAX DEED FOR RE Furnished first floor FOR RENT-S bedroom unfurnished

Stop in Today, and Let Us Install One of the "Life of other guards. and Merritt Williams reported,_in; L.. J. Green, and group singing led I Notice Alderman is liereny the holder given of the that follow W. R. Close conveniences.In desirable W. lo H. h niisp. Inquire at Bun Station Itchg

_ from the weekend at Inverness by G. T. Huggins.'Door prizes, do- ing l certificates has filed said certificates Nollman. 228 W. Madson St. tfchg Volt SAU!;-Penta process treated
Your Car" Mufflers. nated by local merchants, were for a tax deed to be Is- fence posts. 4 miles North on 3UL
Merchants with a buck apiece on the car med thereon. The Green & tiakKen Post Co.
awarded under certificate numbers FOR RENT-or LealleJohnson'sFarmE'r
Plalli fender, and about'that much lef I the direction of and years of issuance, the description Supply Building. Phone WO
THIS MUFFLER AT THE SAME PRICE OF ANY i in, their pockets. Harry Elrod Jr., committee chair- of the property, and the: -4514. tfchg WE HAVE a new loan program for
names in which it was assessed arDon't farmers. Loans ot 1 to 6 year
Checked with the gate at Camp man.The for the entire credit require.
ORDINARY MUFFLER WITH A WRITTEN GUARANTEE Gala ChristmasContinued Blanding and find that deer hogs,. turkey dinner was prepared KEROSENE ments of the farmer and his fam
ily. Gainesville
and served Production Credit
by Mrs. Sarah"Hunter
and turkey were taken during the Association, CO North Main.
( from Page 1)) first two days, That portion o::f and her cafetorium staff. Table SMOKELESS ODORLESS Gainesville Fla. tfch*

the North Range adjacent tc decorations were by a committee buy 15.9 Per Gal RADIOS REPAIRED
// In order to build up this fund of wives of CC members.MAXVILLE. All Make. All H4.1*
It Goes Bad Regardless of Cause for distribution to Stark shop Highway 16 is now open for hunt AT YOUR IMPERIAL Uasoaable Caarce cvarutec4

pers on Dec. 19. all local merchants ing. As there is no checking station .....................yy,I SllKPilEHD'S lamaa Green RADIO, TV
We Will Install One will be invited to join in at this point it is necessaryto SERVICE STATION W. Call 11*. Phoie \fO,.....
with the regular Shopportunitystores | check in and out at No. 1 Starke, FI*.
checking station at Blanding hifii Hiway 301 North Starke
ABSOLUTELY FREEDODD'S and give profit-sharing any FOR SALE-14 In X 11 ft steel
coupons with all merchandise sold proper. You enter this territory: FOR SALE USED culvert pipe. $1.25 ft. ALSO Build.

during the holiday season. The on the southside at a gate jus By Mrs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAAAAAI4 Building Supplies. Used hunker oi Ing lots for sale la Bulb Gate
i all windows doors plumbing Subdivision. Low down payment
above the old Pelican Club. types ,
SUNOCO SERVICE coupons are sold by the Retail & used tin roofing. Used I j I Low monthly payments. BILLY
Merchants Division to stores for Fishing has been klnda slow benches, ideal for any Cypressl, ( 'JACKSON; Phone W04-4I11 e:> Cea.
Mr. Underbill and Mr. McRa $1.00 per ft., 8 to 1Z ft long. Phone tral Truck Lines. tfchg
452 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-7911 $2.50 per thousand, and the profit Local Girl RunnerupFor set until WO44011. W. T. Jackson Transfer -
from this sale is used to buildup spent the afternoon the rive co| Central Truck Lines tfthg ONE BEDROOM furniahed apart
I I the and all they could report was low Homecoming Queen ments for rent. Phone W04-4011. W.
Shopportunity fund to be
tide and. empty.creel. and I know :Miss Shirley Wilkinson, daughter NOW. The ultimate in prestige 500 T. Jackson tfcbg_
given away. It is predicted that t of Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson ENGRAVED business card, $19.95 :
this unanimous action on the partof : they really tried. Gib Brown and Jr. was second tor; (price includes plate). Neter before, GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding-
party are off at the Wacasassa sc runner-up I engraving at this low price. vitatlons with double envelopes lOG
'Starke stores will bring unprecedented the title as Queen at the Baldwin Bradford County Telegraph tf for 121. 3. Bradford Cour'r Tel.-
I know we will be able to enlighten I grgph
crowds to town during Homecoming Friday night. Aliss tf
you "red" fishermen and speckled youve FOR SALE Farm of the late
the shopping season. trout Shirley Sigmund had the honor of U. D. Johns 4 miles north of trook- FOR RENT 2 nicely fur. apts. 1
All stores cooperating in the anglers being crowned queen and Miss er. 230 acres HO in cultivation 70' heaters. Adults. $60 per. mo. ea.
promotion will be Heard of a good catch of ten pecan trees good barn. Contact Mrs.U. Kler. tnc. Phone WO 9-1S45. tfchc
given "SANTA Violet
Burnseed former Maxville
Ross Ave.
: SUWANNEE COOPERATOR" stickers for their bass from Santa Fe River at Roc: girl and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tampa D. Johns.2. Fla 307 K. 3 U-hg 11127 COLUMBIA $1(9.95 Hi Fi Record

windows, so the public will be in- Church. Two hours fishing nette: Arnold Harper, was the first run heard cabinet Player, holds with 12 four records legs and in wooden
10 bass several of the newYou
COUNTY formed. four-pouni ner-up. FOR SALE Very nice :3 acre lot speaker Xmas Special at Dahmers
$' Santa will also be prominent I in class and several big ones got Miss Evelyn Coleman and Vince at edge of city limits on main high- down Gift Sboppe for $119.95. only $5.60

County Seal, the business section on weekends away. Not having ever been there, : Taylor visited friertQs at the Cecil: way.We Plenty need good of room listings out on, tfchg

during the holiday shopping period I went over to look the situatio: Field Naval Air Station Sunday acreage and city property. Sleeping Rooms For Rent-415 N.

: i ;:: Live i Oak and the present C of C office and didn't have much trouble locating afternoon. WALL REALTY Water Hi I'hone WO Strhg 4-0211.11.IJJST -%

on the courthouse grounds [soon; the spot. I saw a group o If: Mrs. John North and daughter,
337 X. Walat Ph. WO 4-0091 White
to be vacated for the new qua I-; liars in old clothes and knew Jewel, visited in Macclenny last tarke, Florida male dog with N. T. tag.Spaniel Named fe

ers] will be decorated and used as that must be a fishin' hole. Bu! Saturday morning.Mr. Daisy. Lost at B &: G Truck Stop

the river had already gotten so and Mrs. John North and Nov. 5. Liberal reward. Notify Sheriff -
Santa Headquarters where small FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished .K.'MI..h, 3
fry mtiy come to talk to "Jolly I low we could not float the boat daughters, Jewel and Helen and 90 4 house close in. Newly deco- tpl1lZT8ULL -c-|
.. rated. Available Dec. 1. Phone 4-4791!
I-- ; Old Saint Nick" and receive a S. Lynn Postell visited in Green Cove ZIP 11-27 KIMBIL STl'DIO PIANO
I:4. Springs Sunday with Mr. North's Completely
candy cane or other souvenir. overhauled and refinished -
Full time to
.-. 'd.c CENTENNIAL'ft. According to previous agreement mother, Mrs. Alice North. for WANTED 2 children.- Hours 8:30 help a. to Gridley Music$725 Includlnr Company bench.
.. Dc.mb.r 21, 1958 Starke stores will remain Miss Shirley Wilkinson Miss 5:30 p. m. Apply Doyle E. Conner W, University Ave. Telephone IO FR!$
Higginbothem and Miss Ins Agency 2tchg 11-27 !-IU! Gainesville. Pla.
_''-'...' open until 9 p. m, on the three Shirley
: Fridays before Christmas Dec. 5 Patricia Morrell of Jacksonville] FOR RENT at Lawtey 2 bedroom
the mood of the
Stephen Foster captured nostalgic unfurnished house., $35 per month.
all enjoyed horseback riding Sunday Burning stomach and
12, and 19. They will also remain Ulcer-like
"WAY DOWN UPON Contact Mrs. Joyce Futch Story
South m his never-to-be-forgotten 4, afternoon at the home of Mr.: pains disappear with "Famous Botab
open until 8 p. m. on. Saturday., -3693 Itehg Treatment, or
which you 'money
SWANNEE-RIVER" from this famous river back.
and Mrs. John North and tamiI .
Dec. 20; ,Monday, Dec. ,22: Tues- Write The'Botab Co. P. O. Box 497
borders Suwannee County the north;west and south. Tlfton. Oa.
on J Mrs. Mary Wellhausen is spendIng
day. Dee. 23: and Wednesday.. W L. Thigpen, Jr. Phone WO 4-1351
Although primarily agricultural center Suwannee Dec. a few days ,with her son-in- 1/:% Butler Road Stark Fla. SALE
They remain open all : MUwllaneou
County ,derives a considerable source of income from day Wednesday Dec. 17 and 24. [ law and daughter Mr. and :Mrs lOtplJZZ hold furniture. Wllhjeln. 3rd house

livestock. County seat Live; Oak is the livestock market I Oscar Harris and family. SWEET POTATOES For Sale- bark of Sleepy MotH. U. S. soi.n

f for this thriving industry. We truly salute Suwannee County i Mrs. Jnhn North Jewel and : Georgia Reda. Per bushel No. 1's SALES LADY Wanted.
Field Run $2.50 No. %'a
$3.25; ; $1.51.
Gas experienced
celebrating its I 100th' historic year on December To Bring Roger North and Shirley Higgin- Tom Casey, Lawtey. 1 tp pav. Nick' and Fruit will StandL to work. Good
botham visited in Jacksonville: Itp
1958! .
:21 I. '
FOR SALE New 4 room house
) afternoon with Mrs. Jim FOR RENT
Monday J
\ bedroom
In Suwannee County, and throughout : near Ocala National Forest. Write house with furnished
progressive, car
Conway.Mr. neWly
New dBf'Oe
Payroll Here P. O. Box 196, Keystone HelgbtLUp
Florida: the United States Brewers Foundation works : and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson, : .V rated Thomrmon on Walnut St. St. Inquire at 7SJ

constantly io assure the sale of beer and ale under and family of Jacksonville visited I 1 tp

pleasant orderly conditions. Believing that_ strict law (Continued from Page 1) Mr.. Wilkinson's parents Mr. and I won't believe Motorola'snew rent.MODERN Inquire TRAILER 823 Cypress- space St. Up for claps FOR 1st RENT floor- Adult only. First|

enforcement serves the ,best interest of the people_ .of reason." Mrs. Drew Wilkinson last week.Th'e I private entrance apartment.garage, Two bed,'
sound 'tl hear it. FOR SALE -Steel casement windows
Florida, the Foundation stresses dose cooperation with Actual work has started on many friends. of Maxie Carter -' You
the Armed Forces law enforcement and governing officials clearing right of way on the will regret to learn that J he your able. Also 12 gauge Parker double ___ Ito
in its "self-regulation" route of the line from the gas is seriously ill in Starke and wish budget will stretch til you barrell shotgun. Phone 354S, Keystone FOR SALE 5J Ford 4 dr.
continuing program. Come P. O. Box SI, Lake Geneva. beater radio
compare. for
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1 100 miles of'pipe have be done however demonstration today. N. it.
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been laid. a limit catch of 16 basstaken, Homecoming radio and heater. Good Condition. COLLEGE
LIGHT, BRIGHT Foundation Local leaders expect that the in Hampton Lake in October 1 by The "Skylights" local boys Phone Jim HoUingaworth.0 41t94 part time STUDENT empioymt- desir i ,.
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All Out Drive For Blood Donors [ KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Keystone Council Aids Civil Defense; mmmrnr'm..n.n.MELROSEBy Keystone Hears UF PTA Educator

Launched By Woman's Club GroupThe Mary K. Schaeffer -4 Grants Pipeline Easement At AirparkTwenty Joyce and Marry KothbammrrkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Discuss FutureDr.

Woman's Club Bazaar prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey K. Meyers, professorof

Keystone Heights's Wo- Outstanding Success Conneen and Mr. and Mrs. Star- dollars monthly for the in savings account and $1,159.19 education at the University of

man's Club is happy to announceto Bouquets to Mrs. Helen Phelps nes. The Walraths and the Mc- Civil Defense program in Clay in checking account for a total Colonel Emma E. Vogel returned Florida, was the principal speakerat

the people' of this communitythat who with her committee, had Kays were the "bingo" winners. County was voted by the Keystone of'$3,659.19. on Nov. 14, after a visit of a the November meeting of the

its Service contribution of such an outstanding success at Welcome Home Party Heights City Council last week In,other action the Council: few dys with friends in Orlando. Keystone Heights PTA held Tues-
the Blood Bank has been newly the Wcman's Club Bazaar which until such time as the new County
Sunday afternoon, Kyle Mc- Tabled the matter of shirt While there she called on Mrs.: night. His topic was "What is
organized. Just two days before was held on Saturday Nov. 15. ''budget is formulated. The amount patches for the Police Ralph Pearsall 1
Murtry, Jr. was the guest of honor Department, and Mrs. Dorothy next for education?
Kyle McMurtry's accident Blood r Much credit is due Mrs. Sara Mc- will be charged to general expense
at a surprise welcomehomeparty at the request of :Mayor M. L. Scully, who are now pleasantly The Carnival Committee report
Bank Chairman. Mrs. Frances Donald, too, who was in chargeof and paid directly to the County ,
Beasley situated in their home
at the home of his neighbor new on by Chairman Frank Harris and
Egan. spoke to the seventh and the dinner. who attended Director of Civil Defense.
Everyone -
Lane Jackson. Games, danc- Voted to employ the firm of Lake Conway, Orlando: Miss Kate Mansfield, who headedthe
eighth graders on the need for & either the dinner the The action came
or lollowing a
s ing, and refreshments were the BradTey: & Triplett, Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Logsdon finance committee, showed a
more blood donors. Their Health Bazaar itself. had a wonderfultime. order report by Civil Defense Director Springs to make the
of the day, and there wasa annual auditof have announced the birth of a profit of $443.70 from this event
Ray Chance I
the cities
Lesson was on "Blood", and a e of the town
rFa large sign bearing the words, baby girl Tuesday. Nov. 11, in
Green held Nov. 3. Mrs. Nan Muir
general discussion led to the desire : Dr. Scudder To SpeakAt "Welcome Home, Kyle." Kyle had Cove Springs and Orange Confirmed the Election Board Alachua General Hospital. The mem-
of the young folk to be active Club Luncheon Park had agreed to contribute $50 composed of Mrs. Camille bership chairman, reported that
,..... recently returned from three Stewart baby has been named Terrie
in the crusade for enlist- The first luncheon meeting of and $30 respectively to the authorized Mrs. new membership cards are now
envoys Elizabeth
:x .-' weeks in Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville : Campbell, and Jean. The maternal grandparentsare
ing Blood donors and to assist in :.x I the season will be held on Tues- following serious expense fund of $100 per Mrs. Lydia Hurley. Mr. I available.
a hunt- and Mrs. E. M. Robinsonof i
the monetary expense incurred fora i f f 4 1 i ,A / day afternoon, Nov. 25, at the ing accident. Those who enjoyedthe month. Keystone's contributionwill Checked the registration books Melrose. The paternal grand- In looking into the future of

recipient. That afternoon the Woman's Club. This will be a afternoon complete the'quota.A and reported a total of 195 qualified education in the U. S. Dr. Meyers
were the co-host- parents are E. C. Logsdon of Mel-
as a stand-by agency for both the
young folk fashioned Blood Banks covered dish: luncheon, and every- natural gas pipeline easementof electors. said in order to improve the
esses, Susan Davis and Lane
donor and the recipient. Fresh Jackson rose and Mrs. Paul Gress of
from milk cartons and only too blood requirement is only one one is requested to bring favorite Dwight Mitchell, Pat LaMee, 50 feet through the Keystone Authorized the printing of official Clearwater.We I standard of our schools we must:
soon did they experience the dish plus service silver and china. Airpark property was approved, ballots for the Dec. 2 City Pay more for education than we
Jimmy and Janie i
pint for a pint. Administration of McMurtry, Lar- are happy to have Miss I
paramount need for blood, not a Dr. Delton Scudder head of the subject to, approval by the Civil Election. do for whiskey, which is not being
ry and Gary Cooper Mac Hall, Ruth Bigelow back I
the She
blood costs recipient $15 a us. I
School of Religion the University Aeronautics Administration.The r Named Councilman done today; improve educational
pint, but several pints. Over the at Dodd as a
Veazy Walker
Rodney Bamford, arrived the first of November to
pint, and because of this and
of Florida will easement, if CAA committee of opportunities for the brilliant as
weekend Mary Ann Schaffer and the approves I one to investigate
other monetary costs, the Blood Tommy Jones Darlene Campbell, will spend the winter at her home
Jimmy Fox made two posters members and their guests on "Un- Dianne Brokas Bob granted to the Houston and report on proposed construc- well as the retarded; make edu-
Bank idea has been developed to Dee Texas Gas & I with her sister, Miss Nancy Bige-
which Schaeffer the derstanding Moral and Oil Conporation for tion of a street with
Mrs. and Spiritual cation international-minded
place before the public the visual Dee Hardenbergh, Nancy Sutton, construction ____ crossing low. She spends the_ rest___ of__ the_ by
of its --- -
Committee have copied and which Values. The meeting is cheduledto new natural GS&F railroad tracks. learning languages, fighting mediocrity
r.ed for both Blood Donors and Rev. Bill Breyfogle, and Kyle'sparents. year at her home in Fire Island, )
everyone will soon find for their begin at 1 p. m. but membersare gas pipeline through this area'j I Heard a report that delivery ot New York. in our schools, taking partin
money to meet the need for those The easement 'covers
convenience in clubs, churches, asked to come before that a the new police cruiser has been civic affair, and avoiding
who may find it necessary. Blood New Brownie Troop land lying 25 feet on each side of Grant Rothhammer ana daugh-
stores and offices. time so That it can start on time. promised on or about Nov. 15. "crackpot" ideas in education.
Bank posters appeal to your eye Paper Drive Bringing The First Girl Scout Brownie the presently staked pipe line loc- In reports from its various committees ters, Joyce and Carol, spent last
Blood being so precious, and so i i Democracy is the backbone of
and heart for they ask only "Pen- Fund For Library meeting ever held in Keystone cation. the Council heard that: i Saturday morning in McIntosh

recently so Life Saving becauseof nies for Blood" and into the small Anyone who saw that great a- Heights, (so far as we know] took On_ roll)) call vote, Councilman Nothing has been done relativeto visiting M. N. Gist at Black Swan our country and is the cult of the
the quick from local individual Dr. but
response Meyers said
Blood Bank you may make your mount of paper in the Library recently place on Friday afternoon in St. Dodd, Ownbey, and Williams voted painting at the fire station; tne Park.Mr.
people the Committee to
hopes can be maintained only by con-
I monetary contribution.The will ,be pleased to know William's Hall. Mrs. Joe Daurer,' for the motion, and Council roof has been renewed on the and Mrs. Keith Miner and
accelerate the
program. The John stant vigilance and must be sold
Thomas Woman's Club will keep that it has brought $13.78 to the leader of the new troop, met with man Wiggins against Council- cadet building at the Airpark; daughter, Kathy are back in Mel-
Henry Blood Bank of
to individuals of other lands Justas
the operating expense to a mini- eight girls of the man :Mitchell was not present. of ,
Gainesville will be to treasury. Another load has already third and fourth painting the Airpark hangeris rose. They arrived last week and
happy serve communism has been sold.
mum with an effort toward as grades for an hour of discussionof Tax Assessor T. B. MillIcan re- in of weedson have
been started, so if have progress; mowing spent a lot of time visiting:
those who wish to add to
mea- J
nearly 100 per cent contributionto old let- the activities which the Brownies ported that the Keystone Laundry vacant lots is in progress but The evening's attendance award
ger credit of twelve pints I by appointment the fund, which will be placedin newspapers, magazines, might find interesting. and Washeteria had been omitted incomplete due to adverse weather [Continued on next Page] vent to the room of Mrs. Harris.
ters etc. that clean
are dry and ,
preferred! The hours ty error from the tax roll submitted
a special account. conditions.It .
are from 8-11 and 2-4 except Sat- !.why not bring them to the Woman's The girls learned "Make New
to the
"By Your Deeds Shall All Men Council for approval.It was also
Friends reported that the
urday only Re- Club some Monday or Fri- a favorite song amongGirl KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's
by appointment. Know You" and by concerted effort Scout and was voted to add this item to roof on the'Airpark hangar is in
however ,tCO- day afternoon between 2 and 4 Groups a guessing
cently the '
operation and interest through of I and and cooperation of All. the p. m.? The ladies in charge would game "The Man in the Moon" the tax roll and give the owner an bad condition and the Airpark Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
Mr. opportunity to appear before the Committee
Club through its Blood Bank was asked to investi-
Altman epreciate it if you would roll it in which older Scouts would recogn-
Mrs. and the
technician Committee\ asks you to TALK ize Council at its next meeting.The gate and report.Councilman SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
:Mr. Strictland of Bradford County large-sized bundles, and tie with as "The Moon is Round. treasurer's
BLOOD GIVE BLOOD AND report indicateda Williams said that
heavy cord, if possible. In There was also a circle game, to OwnerThe
Hospital, arrangements have been SAVE A LIFE. case previous balance of $5,764.53, the street light installed at East!; Keystone Heights Lucile Foster,

made for all possible donors to Kindly register at Belotes Dr. you have paper to donate, but do help the girls remember one an- income of $1,414.37, credits J68.60/ Lakeview and east town line is ...
have their blood typed. This is all Christ ffers, Ducky's or with your not have time or transportation to names. expenditures $1,981.49, and/balancein in service, but that delay on the

that is required at this time, church pastor or Club Presidentif bring it to the Woman's Club Those girls present were: Karen the general funfl at the end of proposed light on Satsuma Streetis

which enables Mr. Strictland to you will become a Blood Donor. Mrs. J. D. Henderson, chairmanof Cook, Virginia Penney, Leslie October. $5,266.01. The Airpark caused toy right of way difficulty. Red/earns Say
have a "Standby File", of all will- the drive, will collect it for you Beam, Pamela Edwards, Marcia Fund indicated a balance of $2,5UO bul
ing donors with their known blood Make this your Thanksgiving contribution en a Monday afternoon about 2 Haberstroh Dorothy Harden- ... .-i

type. The employees of Clay Elec- to your fellow man. The p. m. Let her know where it will bergh Ann Triest, and Glenda ryyyyyyy..yyyy........ Special ServiceAt
Committee; on behalf of the Woman's -
tric have been our most generous be, in case you are not home. Granger. FLORAHOMEAND

.donors, and have been typed and Club, heartily commends Junior Woman's Club Meets Since the membership of a Keystone HeightsOn i
: for interest and contribution -
you your
Mr. Srrictland extends this service The Junior Woman's Club helda Brownie Troop is limited to 16, GIJANDIN
and extends to you all our ThanksgivingAn
to all persons in this area. business meeting Thursday any girl in the third or fourth

The services of"the Blood Bank Thanks-for-Giving.Helen'V. Egan, evening Nor.43. Year books were grade who wishes to become a By Dane, interdenominational Thanks- a

Committee: extends to each and Chairman Committee: distributed, and, they are most member is urged to attend the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMrs. giving Service, under.the auspicesof ; t w ON THIS

all in registering and keeping a attractive thanks to Mrs. Frank next meeting. Parents may con- churches located in Keystone ,,, E 1 t
cross-file records in cooperationwith Harris, who was Year Book tact'Mrs.. Daurer for additional Pat Wearer- arrived homein Heights and vicinity will be held '' :I
YOU'LL LOVE tLe new Ester:
Clay Electric. Committee will brook purse-slie fountain In Chairman. Mrs. Imogene Bryan information by dialing 4331. Florahome the first of last at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving morn- FULL SIZE
pens was made chairman of a committee Attend Starke week from the St. Vincent's Hos-
in Junior Nikeflpnt
arrange for appointment for typ- pastel shades. Only ".n at Bradford ing St. Anne's Episcopal Huntley
ing of donors blood and transport CountyINTERDENOMINATIONAL TeIf'CT&Pb. to hold a dance for club mem- Thursday evening, Nov. 13, pital in Jacksonville where she Church, Keystone Heights. This

them to the Hospital thus acting bers and guests on Dec. 13. A Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan. Jr. had been a patient for over a service has been arranged by the

Thanksgiving basket for a needy Mr., and Mrs. Lewis Muir and Mr. month. ministers of the Hampton Baptist

family is being made up with and Mrs. Ed Conneen were guestsat O. C. Carnes returned home Church, Community Church, St.

UNION Mrs. Bob Fiertz in charge. Final Chamber of Commerce Din- Monday from Jacksonville wherehe Anne's Episcopal Church, and

arrangements were made for the ner in Starke which was held at had been for the past several Park of the Palms Bible Confer

THANKSGIVING SERVICE Duplicate Bridge Club Dinner the Elementary School Cafeteria. months.

which will be served by the Jun- The three couples represented the Mrs. Clifford G. Miller accom- ence.The public cordially invited to

THANKSGIVING DAY (Thursday) 9 A.M. ior Woman's Club to the Dupli- E. I. DuPont DeNemours Co. Door panied Mr. and Mrs. Simmons to I attend.

cate Club on December 8. Host-1 prizes were won by Mr. Conneenand St. Augustine last Friday where

Under Auspicies, of esses for the evening were Mrs.! Mrs. Muir. Mr. and Mrs. S. Mr. Simmons entered the hospital.Mrs. Mrs. Goodman's brother-in-law, RANGE *

Everett Fox Mrs. Sam Gardner E. McKay also attended the ban- Simmons is staying with her Calvin Goodman were dinner

CHURCHES IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS & VICINITYAt and Mrs. Bill Few. The next busi- quet. parents in Orange Heights while guests recently of Mr. and Mrs.

ness meeting will be held on Dec.1 Rev. Young Shows Slides he is in the hospital. Buster Geiger of Starke. While

St. Anne's Episcopal Church Keystone Heights 11. I On Friday evening Mr. and Alvin Sturdivant is over in the there they visited Mrs. Strick-

Keystone School News Mrs. J. 0. 'Himble entertained Ocala National Forest this week land's mother, Mrs Laura Bros- --

The Public Is Cordially Invited The Keystone Heights Junior friends at their home. Highlight on'a hunting trip. key, before returning home to .. .-

High School Dragons played Rein- )f the evening were colored slides Mrs. Ronnie Lee Came left Grandin. 0

hold Junior High at Green Cove :3f: the Holy Land taken by Rev. Florahome last Friday for a Robert Seigler of Grandin who

Springs Tuesday evening Nov. J. Russell Young on his tour last week's visit with her husband whois has been a patient in Putnam J-: ,

LAKE FRONT SPECIALS -- 11. with the score. 27-7 in favorof ';summer and shown by him, with in the Navy and is now stationed Memorial Hospital at Palatka fora >-!>> ... _

Reinhold. appropriate commentary Those at Ke; West. Mrs. Carnes ex- weeK, is expected home this

White Sand Lake A Good Investment Friday [tomorrow] evening, the enjoying the evening with the pects to return home the end of week.Mr. ;q

Keystone team will play one last Himbl s were Mr. and Mrs. A. F. the week. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman of I r.- '

LOTS AT $1250 game with Melrose on the Mel- Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bam- Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brantleyof Grandin returned last Friday I .

rose field. There will be a big bar- ford Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hansen Grandin were business visitorsin evening from a trip to Miami <** '.t'" I ,

These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and becue held before the game, and and Rev. and Mrs. J. Russell Jacksonville the middle of last Beach and Ft. Myers. "t. i t

next will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" Keystone will get half the pro- Young. week.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Adams arrived f
ceeds. This will be i the< last gameof Baptist Church News and Mrs. E. E. Stricklandand back in Grandin last week ;

the season for Keystone.The' The Fay Taylor Circle of the children. Mrs. Ronald V. after spending the stunmer in ii

S. E. M9KAY -- REALTOR first year of Keystone's W. M. U. of the First Baptist Goodman and little daughter and Canada.Mr. '\

having a football team is over, Church met last week at the Dec. 2,fat the home of Mrs. Roy and Mrs. J. D. Mikell of i y
and as we look back we are hap- home of Mrs. J. p. Payton. Mrs. Lake City spent the weekend with
Chasteen to
mend clothing for
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051- 4151-4209.Its py to know that the team was James Puckett opened the meeting the needy. Mrs. Mikell's mother, Mrs. Alma

I well supported and did a fine job with prayer and Mrs. Payton St. William's ChurchSt. Griffin at her home in Grandin. -
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in all the although the Service Program -
games presented the Royal ,William's Altar Society will
scores weren't always in their assisted by Mrs. Jack Miller,
meet on Monday evening, Nov. FROM ACHIROPRACTOR'S
It is also nice to know that Mrs. E.
favor. Mrs. C. M. Funderburke,
24. at i:30 in the hall. It is hoped FILE
the uniforms are paid for thanksto Smith, and
L. Brice. Mrs. J. R. 'there
that everyone will be on CASE R
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< the eforts of the Lion's Club. Mrs. Fred Mulling. A social hour
time,so business may be conducted
There will be:no school on followed and the hostess served promptly. A farmer suffered tor weeks

Thursday and Friday of next refreshments to the group. Fifteen Choir practice will be held Sun- with a condition commonly knownas

the right time week. being Thanksgiving Holi members and two guests attended. day afternoon Nov. 23, from 4 to neuritis and bursitis. Becauseof -."

days. The Barraca Men's Class of the 5 p. m. It is very important that the stiffness in his neck and .

Celebrates Third BirthdayOn First Baptist Sunday School and all members of the choir to be on pain in his arms and shouldershe AS LOW AS

Thursday Nov. 13, Little their iamilies enjoyed a delicious hand as there is much to be done could not rest at night During

Miss Patsy Mae Holmes, daughterof covered-dun supper and social before Christmas. the day it. was impossible' to be

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holmes of hour in the educational buildingon The men of St. William's held a comfortable in any position.

Lakeview Drive was hostess to all Thursday night Nov. 13. Of-I shrubbery planting session on 80

her classmates from the Happy ficers for the new year are: Presi- Saturday morning Nov. 15. The This man was examined by aehiropra.etor

School jt her home- and Treas., who found a nerve
Hour Play dent, Fred Ellis: Sec. yard is looking very nice these
J the occasion being her third Irving Tyre: Class Teacher, Les- days. Shrubbery-Planters were Joe pressure in the neck was causing WITH
The party. began at School Superintendent the trouble. The pressure was
1 birthday., lie Beasley. Sunday Pawlikowski, Jim Donnelly, Ed
11:30 and lasted, until '1:30.: with A. G. Loudon, and Mrs. Conneen and Wilbur Neal.St. removed and ,the patient again TRADE

luncheon served at noon. The Loudan were guests at the supper. Anne's Episcopal enjoys food health.Chiropractic .

birthday cake :was a replica of a The WMU- met Tuesday morning Trade
st. Anne's Auxiliary of the Epis has restored health Only $2 Weekly After
merry-go-round with First Baptist I
an- Nov. 11. at the copal Church met in the Parish In many so called "incurable i
imals around the tiers and green Church at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Wil-
House Tuesday Nov. 11 for conditions" I
on ,
Handsome All-Porcelain Large Super Gray
coconut the devotional. Range -
Your "grass"
To Balance BudgetWith 'iam Waite brought their regular meeting. Mrs. Cecil
Entertain at Bridge Mrs. J. D. Payton was in Hook of Melrose' was guest speaker For further Information OK. Porcelain Calrod Oven Leveling Legs Automatic

Mr. and ,Mrs. Fremont Tolles charge of the program entitled, of problem eases Thermostat Oven. _
and her
an easy-to-obtain personal loan. Why keep ,' subject was care
have been entertaining with a "The Ransomed Shall Come with "
worrying about bills piling up? -Why have_ to dream series of bridge parties for their Seng. Taking part were Mrs. the altar. Phone or write The
Mrs. George Phelps Mrs. Arnold We Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S
about that new car or appliance you've been needing. friends. Guests on 'Tuesday and Raymond Mann. Mrs. Roy Chas- Larson and Mrs. Nan Hopkinswere

Your problems can be solved With a low-cost bank loan. Friday evenings of last week Included teen.Mrs. Stella Stanley, and Mrs. representatives for St. An- The

Stop in this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Payton. The program was closed ne's Church at the District 3 Dr. H. G. Bollinger

Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson. with a prayer by Mrs. A. G. Lou
Episcopal meeting in Lake City on
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston Mr. don. Mrs. A. E. Anthony presidedover Chiropractic Offices
Wednesday Nov. 12.
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK and Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Mr. and the business meeting and Goldhead Branch, Park News 426 N. Walnut St

Mrs. Ed Conneen. Mr. and Mrs., Mrs. C.T. Parker closed the meet- What with the'nice Phone 'wo 4-2881 Starkeor
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Frank Walrath. Jr. Mr. and Mrs.E. lag with prayer.. A covered dish ,

Fla.' C. Weichel Mr., and Mrs. served at the camping attendance has picked up
Keystone Heights, luncheon was goon at Golhdead Branch State Park Where Service Is AssuredPhone
*' #' Thomas Southeriand, Mr. and i hour with Mrs. Roy Chasteen. '728 E., University
F.9J.C and
Member a of the regular Northern
Mrs. 8. E. McKay and Mr. and i and ,Mrs. Fred'Ellis as,hostesses Phone 8-S8S GailaesvUIe 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'REYSTD'Nfe' attendance at the park has come 'day.I 9TTTTTTYYYYYYYYYYTTTTTT9 TTTTTTYY VY CYYYYTYYTTYYY! the Louin Reddings.Bob away. Your old reporter was ask- School PTA meeting in our- next

: up, with 846 for the past week.I..I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton MELROSE Crawford was honored witha ed to draw the lucky names and issue by Mrs. fornehus Moore,

Fishing has been fair, with small and children Nancy and Lee spent L.A.WI EY birthday dinner on his 74th Harvey still can't understand whyI publicity chairman

HIGHLIGHTS bass and blue gills caught mostly I the weekend o( Nov. 7-9 in Lake- &..&& .....&.&&.&.&&&... anniversary by his children, Sun- didn't draw his or my name It was brought"to my! at eatjion

,. .... ''''''1' 11.'. ..'4 on worms. Several of the em- land with Mr. Sutton's mother. .. ...*. 'f"I itn., I1irL.aaEi T. Futck day. Those helping to make this tut that's life. Maybe we111 that according f4.a TV program,

1LAAAAAAAA&&iAAAA1AAAAAIContinued ploy at Goldhead have gone off Mrs. E. L.: Cooper. [Continued from Page One] dj Joyce an enjoyable day were Pastor andMrsr.J. have better luck next time. this week has t bee set aside,as,

[ from Page One], ,I I thi, "week, to Jiuntnia.; ? \ (be State ., .t'ji: your: |Jood Bank. What will old .f rjle ds./TTJje Miners have been AAA A..LA ALA A LA AAAAJ.AA4A.8AL E. Norman and son. ol i' .. .Jrs. Rqbert,McClellan, ,spent last -gate Wife'? W"eek." "ibuj,Jms-

reservation in! ,Manatee .--County youdoiithIt. ? r : irvClfrk': Colo since They Mrs.- Autie-b.l.1 Brewer. and Mr.hi and II' Evergreen, Mr.. and Mrs Stanley week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. ,bands you are !o. 'be kjgdejrf! ware
visitors are starting to arrive, and in the Ocala.Nationa: \ Fore; *Mrirtn4 Mrs. Jim Donnelly fn- pjan" to stay here'at'leastall. iun win- .. anc1. Crawford arvcLfamily. Mrs Effete( ; and Mrs.; Morris E. Norman, of attentive and more. : :considerate.Y of

what with the cold weather in They have promised to bring back tained Mr. Donnelly's aunt and ter. MrsaJlarotd turned from visit!9A.1.t with: PaJgett of sJacksbnville. llr. and J lieksonville. '.. your wives this week., Ot.course

UjeNorth.jniereareaJotof<< cot-. some.deer, and Mr.:-Cook and t1.1others uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Don- Thursday a .MJs..WJl.Q: m.w.uLdaughter and Mr and Mrs. Ernie< .ronns were we know husbands are always
tage guests on the weekends and are anxiously waiting for; nelly, over the past weekend. The 'Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothham- Mrs.Beasley's parentsMr. the Cecil Crawfords. hosts for a delicious chicken sup- thinking of the welfare of their

a few during the week. Although some of that good vension. I elder Donnellys, who are from mer and family had as guests last .Mrs..Ray.Greer1n St. Louis Mo. Mrs. Mattie Carter and_ son, per party at their home Saturday lovely mates but 'be extra nice to

"Ho hunting \p iiit Gold- Personals; i tw jrt& : Conn., were in the week Mrs.-Rothhammer'8' parents I Milo Smith visited relatvies and Randy, were i in Jacksonville Friday -; evening. Many friends and rela- the little woman' this week, -you

head, a lot.pVbunteR have cheeped Mr. and Mrs. John Hihch. of. South on,business and pleaure, Mr- and Mrs. .Clyde Wtesley and friends Jn Akron,Ohio,last vweek. >to see 'MrS, Carter's new : tins enjoyed this gay.aftair. Ou;- won't jbp sorry. Vho know maybe

.in at nights,! so, as to be easily Maine spent Saturday night with, Mr. and.Mrs. J. W.Gennazi of sisterr.Mrs. Eugene Easterling .andchildren.'Terry Mr.and Mrs., MitcheU rownand' i granddaughter, daughter of Mr. of-town visitors! were. Mr, and Mrs 'Hus? d's Week"*will be. 'coming

accessible to Camp Blaridmg and their friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. David and Kathy .ail of ; Mrs. John Brown were calledto and Mrs..Nick Polk. John's daughter Mrs. Lois HenFon I i1.soon. i

other nearby hunting! areas.,Daily Ruffini. Mr. and Mrs. Hinch were Lundin of Orlando,' will spend Gainesvill f *f\ o. t. Miami on Sunday duetto the I Mrs' Wiley Smith of Jackson- and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Guess that's: .about all. May tile

.. enroute to Naples, Fla. for a vaca- Thanksgiving with, Mrs. Edith .;Program in Human Rrhts.Given. sudden, death. ot-Mrs.. Mitchell ville spent Sunday with her par- John's ,sons and families, Mr. and; Good. Lord watch, over and, care

...: tion. Thornquist and her sister. Miss![ .Mrs.* John Webb, assisted -by. Brown':',father ,Brownie..Bennett.
REGISTER FOR BLOOD Ruth Ohlsonv'nie.Grennans... .and... ..rV\.H !inL an4 Miss,::The Bennetts_ were former re5 Mrs. Clifford Johns all from Jack- do bye now.
Lunduis cousizpf.- Mrs. m J presented ro- dent s of awtey ,and tb e come ling.Miss sonville. ... -.- ". ,.
LEE'S DRIVE-IN TYPING the ..are ; aLP J .: ? (:_ Enza. Blanchard .was. -in -
Friends of Mrs, Dan Reamer, Thornquist and Miss,.Ohjspn. ",,,,, gram. on the subject of "A Decade muhity. |xtends deepest sympathyto Jacksonville from Saturday until Henry Thornton Jr. spent the EVYZGRPZNBAPTIST -

will be happy to know that she is Can! you ive Jjlpod? Will you .Human: Rig tsj' at, the regularmeetipg the bereaved y' ,family.. .... .. Tuesday ,for a .visit with.. Miss weekend camping with his'scout CHURCH
THEATRE give? Let know. :, cf the Woman's: Society, ? troop. They enjoyed camping Sunday School 10 a. m. 'Preach
recovering from her recent illness 'jus __ 4Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.. R. W. Sapp and Esther .Mason and Miss. Arthur- '
must take it easy for some time, .. Ir vjrig..Hanson' Qf Miami 0:. Chr.isjtian.Ser.vJ.ce The meeting daughter- Harold< Mann, Jr...and hie BlanchardWhile there, they Gator Pond Lake and later toured' !tag 11 a. m. Training Union 4\f9

Phone 4113 Mrs. Cleva Carson arrived home Beacja.hasbeen :yjsitinjg; J j Mrs. was, held last;;. Wednesday .inj_the I Mrs. Annie Stevens; .of Jacksop- attended the North East* Florida beautiful wonderful Silver Springs.time.. He reports :-I p: m.;Preaching 7Sff:; ''.,m.-Prtyer

from Bradford County Hospitalon Edith Thornquist and Mrs. Ruth Educ ional,13uUdng. of the Mel- ville were Sunday guests of Mr.. Fair. a Y@t'tlnr Wdnda:73OD.: -m.' ;:;
Keystone Heights Fla. My mother, Mrs. Maude .Mott .
Thursday Nov. 13, and is recuperating Ohlson! fpj,::.the,,past two, w Fks. rose Methodist Church. and_. ...Mrs. Arthur. I. !'Pearce.f 4. _, I, Moa Wiseman of Jacksonvillewas returned to our home. Friday IYlorning. )I I NOTICR

FIlL SAT. SUN. at home. Her friend, She will be going to her own home Mrs. Andrew Witherspoon .gave red. Jim and .Chuck! Moore_
Mrs. Bryan Jennings, of' Middle- for...Thanksgivings. ... J the .devotional .which was taken d the football game at the Mrs.. Tex Wilson and daughters.Mr. mother, :Mrs. .J. }.,I. Fralick F.oard Hospital'of Corporation Trustees.' Bradford, ,at the County Offitf
burg, stayed with her until Mon- Mrs. P. H. Haskins of O aia1 from the book of.Isiah. of Florida Saturday < of the Bradford
Nov. 21, 22, 23 University! and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and familyjn Povidence.ICeithRe4dish County Hospital
and_.her daughter, Mrs.: _. James, ".Mr.. Carl 1Jagg und. president afternoon.Mrs. and family.of Jacksonville were visited, relative. Corporation Pr ad ford CountyHOB*
of Miami.-, ,visitorsin conducted the business, pital. Starke, Florida from qualified
IN LOVE KEYSTONEJEWELERS Hammock. were meeting. __ Susie i N rman,; lrs. Henry Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and friends in Jacksonville. 'sun- contractors until 7:30 P.M. } aster
Keystone on Friday, guests of at. which. plans were made -and and Mis,. Standard Time: on the' !net day .f
O. J. .Anders.
Dunn and daughter of Dmsmore _
AND IN WARn I Mrs. Hafkins' other daughter, committees: chosen for the annual | day.Harvey December 1S58 for 'onatr8'Uon, of
I visited. I., arid Mrs O. J.. Phillips Mrs..Jack Pons and son of Tal- our song; Richard !:'iIWayne ei.follow ing projttt .

I Expert Watch Repairing Mrs, Robert Jac son.l; Mrs. .Hammock Bazaar. and luncheon. They ,will Wednesday., The, ..Phillips'Thursday lahassee .and her mother. Mrs. and I visited i .. .Sunday withHarvey's Bradford. ('oaat,. llonpttal 'ParLtafArra
C1'nein the Buildof ; ; wXtateA..U .. Starke, Bradford ..C.rAll
scope will,be remembered as be held in the Educational -
Qoallty Line Jewelry I guests. were Mr., and Bryant. Reddish spent last week mother, Mrs. Leona Mc- work is'to be don -ln accordance -
And Cartoons M. former Miss Joyce Haskins ofKeystoie. the.Church Saturday.. Pee. Mrs. Leslie Phillips and sons of n.Miami as guests of Mrs. O. E.Pons..TheReddishes Carthy and his brother-in-law and with plans, specifications and

t I- Walter lu t1hoferPADes .;. tt **. 64 from 10:30: a. m. until 5:30: p. Cailahan. had as Sunday sister Mr. and Mrs. John SUllwell special provIsions of the tale Read
-- _
t Peiiartment can and- 4-
--- .:. BE Jt.BLOOD.DONOR m.. and children of Fernandina Beach. 'Plans sp
-C-- i Mrs..Arthur.Pearce left.Mondayor guests Mrs. J..M. Wilson and firations to include a single surface
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wistrup have Mrs. L. W.' Neefus was ..hostess'I Rev. treatment over all e-x1t1ng"lIarklng-
i Mrs Helen Bell of Jacksonville. Noble of Jacksonville
.Athens, Ga. to
to be with her areas. Work shall be'tarted! with'
returned from auto trip
an > 'I for the luncheon! .which followed daughter, Mrs. Johnny. Young Mr, and. Mrs. G. W. Roberts preached for Heilbronn Church in '30.Jars of awarding of. contract
I SyraciiseNv.Y... where they visited I' the business meeting. pent.Sunday: with. Mr..and. Mrs. Sunday at"both the morning and and completed! in not more than (9
SUNDRIES and while.
< family Mr. --
I Young undergoes
their childrenand ..theirfamilies.They days from the ItarUngdate:
iar-B-Que. FTfdY Lonnie Roberts in SL George, Ga evening services May we again .
report a lovely time andweren't I \ surgery at an Athens h s- "- All bids shaIL-be'aade'-on a lump
I ,A chicken ax-B-ue.il1 .heel pital. Mr. and Mrs., Harold .Eunice; welcome and invite you and yoursto sum basis rather than on individualitem
Melrose vVhere Phei'dI ; MeetFOUNTAIN a bit tired from the trip. come at convenience. We basis .i
visited .Mrs.Eunice'sfather..JimGodwin your
h $ at ttye Melrose football field .
.RalphDarley, of. Jacksonville: Plan and specifications may beaen
rid'ay in Maxville Monday want. and need you and you and -the office of -the Bradford
even- at
I NovT 21/ .Th Bar-B-Q.!Jsponspred
: : spent the weekend with his moth-
I .RfrfrAt; ,LIBRARY _--MAGAZINES COMMUNITY CHURCH OF by. -the% Ltoni,Club for mi* especially you. Good preaching County Hospital. Plans and'or-pro-
er Mrs. Hattie. Darley, po.a) forms"will be famished to
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. .Revuand Mrs., H. J. Williams by visiting preachers until one is .
I i tie benefitjbf., the'j Melrose High $aQr Mrs. qualified contractors upon application
) .. Dr. James, D. Pait. Organist Schcol: Athletic Assn. The price: and. .William Wilson and family ..moved from the tailed for full time pastor. In- to this office for the sum of
ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE ,. had as weekend. guests.Mrs..Tom.. spiring congregational ot $!.o per set. Orders for :the' documents -
Choir Director. singing
Blanchard home .to Jacksonville
will ,be.$1,25 for adults and $ ?5 mie. should be directed to the
.. Services Church School 9:45: ((West,. Tommy, Boy ,tte and the old
.1. -- : : last: week, and the,Paul. Smith songs. you love to sing by AdmJninrator Bradford County
We write Fire, Wind Sfortpt all !lines of Casualty Insurance am. Morning. Worship t 11. a.m. tOt ch !dr n. i family,"Mr .. .Jackie o om, .Mrs. family are now occupying the Chorister..Russell Kedding assisted Hospital with ,-heck wade payafitfe
Following.the barbecue will .be: Mabel .. 16 the- Pradford County Hospital
and Bonds. JIL !T' u. ; ..Bpyette and Gene Boyette by Mrs..R. L. Morgan, Jimmie
... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH aJunior High football I house. Corporation\ No n.fund11\ be
ofJacksonvjIe.| .
; tee; and.cute,.bttle Ray Norman, mad for any of the above" charge*
SPESIAL iTES.TODRWERS ABLE TO QUALIFY KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.._ ween.Meh-ose.and Keystone. The ,Mr. and Mis. Earl.,T.eston ,and .Mrs. L.H. Hill .Is visiting .herriephew.I.HaUey'Jones with the .talentedMiss Barbara. for plans and proposal! -1orrn.A

AS NON-DRINKERS J..I R.. Smith, pastor. Ralph price 25 cents with familyrwerein! ..Jacksonville Sun-: In and family Jean Norman ,at the piano. Also proposal either a guaranty certified check'consisting: cashier of
St. Au'gustine.Mr.and .
1 Copeland Minister of Music and half; .of.the proceeds going to each day.for alPS with Mr. and Mrs. June.singing) pffered by our lovely rheck:, br' a i suretybid bund !*

WALflATH INSURANCE AGENCY church organist '" team. The barbecue .will start at Henry Tanner and family. Mrs. Carl Prevatt had special! gingers: ,"'Miss. Gaskins, Miss, amount of ..50of the.the amount Bradford bid.

Services: Sunday School. ,9:45 >::30 p. mi; and the game at 7:30. ,,.,MrA and PMrs., Ht- C.Ke1y/ ,and as guests during the .weekend Barbara Jean :Norman! and Miss County made pa Hospital)able to Corporation' must

am.Ioming Worship, 11 a.. m. Turkey Dinner' Saturday David i vsitedthe.'ranic their son, J. C. and family of acf&nip.iyeach bid. .
.Jones at
.. Joyce. ){organ. Mid-week
AS YOUR Bradfordcounty.
., ,
Ocala. of Trustees.
The Board
Training Union.: 6:45'p.: m. Even- A .turkey- dinner, sponsored by keystone. jlJeights i Wednesday meeting .. .
... I ,. Mr. and. Mrs., Bobby Reddish every evening Hospital Corporation
ing services 7:30: p. -m. he Home t l jjriil eniig.: ..Thursday .they attended with -r>es- thi right to reject any and
2731 Keystone Heights Fla. ,. ,A ...f.r r'r'. ,Demonstrationclub of,Leesburg are visiting their individual members lead- .
St. W Jliam's Catholic Chapel be held Saturday, Nov. 22 grandmother Mrs. Mary Reddish ,
1 Keystone! Heights n..m, u !! :{ :. : 1 L r. j this- week .We. will be lob'irntg forward ton rpotatlon.

.. -- '.. .. SundTy} ,,8:30: .a.J11., house." Admission. -. jrijl"be"\ $1.2,. 'for ( rs' her D.tBep.Jo! Jackson-i :Mr and Mrs..f Earl Padgett and !9.lnter. tro.g.I.ep.2tt.: the.High: .W. E.. Digham, Jr.ll-i. Chairman.,3t lt-M

Holyday: Mass at, 7OOa.. ... m.Tuesday ., adult aiid.lJ( JQr;Children. yJ\e\ .5spent.the.4weekend with. her children .
spent Sunday with Mr. ,, ,., .
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY parents Mr. .$4. ff .i
and p.--
: Mass ,at Charles,Shaloub Entertains Mrs. Commodore
8:00: a, ,m_ andvMrs.. Llge! Douglas in Lake

Cpnfessions-before.all ..Mass s. Students, v ... .. .. Crews... ._ *, s, % .. Butler.
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE Baptisms., jnarriae'esj and instructions :Charles .Shalqub" entertained' ,Mr. and Mrs." E., J. .Raulerson' .Mr., and.Airs.,J. S. Sapp and T R E Ef".r S. I
by appointment.ST. the, Melrose students ,last Friday daughters hadasSunday family were Sunday.dinner guestsof

Day Phone SAHASCOOKINfc Nile .Phone, ANN'S, EPISCOPAL: with .a.musical program presented guests Marietta.,,Mr..and Mrs.. Lonzie Smith ..Mr..aridMrs.. Theodore Rosier .

in assembly. _" .. .
4351 ,- 2582 CHURCH,. KEYSTONE: of oj Raiford.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
'k,Ht Breyfogle.. Minister, Shaloub kept, the group amused .Norman Birth Announcement Pruning
and., family? jvere.hunting ,in the -
HEATING with fast mqving. musicals lect- and .. .
; hEATING WATER Morning Pray errand ,Sermon, '. scrub this: weekend. Mr. -Mrs. Barry Wilkerson

9:30: a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. ions, chiractei.buildin* .recitations d are the proud parents a daughter e Bracing
I ..J! Yor..a jirs. .Charlie 1 Shuordjs .
Holy Communion each,first S'un and dialogue. There was no ,. Juanita Hope horn Nov. 7 in .
Most Complete Line of House t Equipment in North ![ home was the "
Heating admission but contributions ,., settipg ,sat-
day. Paiish Bradford County Hospital. Grand-
Supper each third 9 DeMossing.Cavity
iifday evening, for ,a, .
Floridi If'w: : Add Wednesday 6:30 m. t P.t... ,. __. gping: awayparty parents.areMr. andMrs.Andrew -
oL .
Plan to Heat This Winter See Us First : p. "a for Miss : : I ,
,. .... ....... .. _, Del Wilson, 4whowiththerA 's n.'
.. .
i Wilkerson '--- .- d. J .A:4 < ***l** J V Melrose..Loses..Final. 'Game and Mr. and Mrs. Carl :::: : E: WorkTree
.. .. .
_. .. ,- VvvVyyvvyyyyyyyyyyyy' yy. ; family wilL,leave, We- S
-- Taylor.
'V. -
f F -; -- 4 a ""--4 The Melrose
.B.till4pis.Fd< 1
I .. ? nesday, for CaJifornia..T1\qse. enjoying -.
: their Riverland Conference,.six- ) .Alan Hart and .family.and Mrs. :' ': .:
-- _.e : LQNG'BRIDtEAND '_ thjs! ,delightful ,affair.w, re l tL F. m! Removal l
b4',18'x34" Sheet 'tft :, b is'n Nancy Keene.had as guests... dur- .
man ,by bowing, to Anthony y ftSSs, ,.lartie l .and Jackie Bates .
BUIIPIN6SUPPUES NEW RIVER ( thewt kend Mr. and.Mrs.',Raleigh '
,4-20,atMeiros last Thurs C; rol. Fay. jBr.dl y, Bby eeJphnson i
1.55 Sheet day night. Bond.and family Junior Hart and .. TransplantingComplete l \ .
Joy .
=: Hardware Paint Bin. E. A. Sapp ; .andBarbara.JStar-: Mr..and Mrs. R. C. Keene of r ,L

Lumper t' .- .w___ ""oL ___ J ..... ..; .jTommy Bass!> scored jon,., .live ling, Alice .Raulerson, Betty: Joandl Jacksonville... '
: Cement Concrete Blocks &AALAAAAAAAIAAaAiAAA LA LA yard: run in theusecpnd quarter\ Mary...JaneClarkeJ: JJacelogner i< Tree Service
Mr., and..Mrs. Ed..Durban and :
'Precast U Lintels ---' + and rqced l420 yard and kicked the ? 4Mary and Abbie Harey) 41' '
I We are glad that Bro. Parker is sons"had,.as weekend. guests..Mr. ; : il
two extra points in the ,fenalquarter. Vonda Starling, .. ..
.1 4A11 Lengths I able ta fill his regular appoint- p y.le Carolyn and.Mrs. O. J. Boyette of Valdosta ,- : '. .. (; .. ,..
..jBil L. Logsdon, scored in AlI h" l
S Lighting Fixtures rn River Church, afteran ,' Ga.. ..
the third quarter from five yards : Ed..,and Charley. ,Smit.hHoward ,
illness of several days.Mr. Mr. and Mrs..Harry, .Wilkerson
I out. .
t -1ROYW.TYRE- and Mrs.: Dick Jones arid .. t Bpwen, ,Jljindall and and,daughter and Mrs. I Katie
..The ..Bulldogs finished.the. pearl Bradley F ankfjphnsohi
conference TREH SURGEONS
BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE sons....Troy and WiUiam of .Mac- P dgeLt had as, Sunday guests
schedule..winless. Their Jfimes, andtJx>qnieiirACraft, Boh?
clenny! and Mrs.James.. Darling: ..of Mr., and .Mrs. James Padgett of
smgle,,.victory came when theywhipped Bates, .Donald Thomas, BUlY4N1-
Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof Jacksonville. gA PP Owner
I Phone 2741 _ Keystone Heights, Fla. the Ralph Merrits. Ft.McCoy in a non-con- ders Jimvand Mike\ Waters, Don-j: ..James-s.Wilkerson and. children I PETE ;

!Mrs. Dorothy {[erence game. al Tesiph,_ Johnny bevore and P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla.
Anderson and of Jacksonville visited his parents; J : .,
Score,_by quarters. Ma/tjr and Charles_ Crosby of
Mrs. Margaret Crews spent last wi ; Mr.and Jrtrs. Andrew Wilkerson AGENTS
Wednesday i in Gainesville.i Anthony 6, 19. 13. -8-46 Starke.... .... .4 .. -3'.. Saturday.. -., -. ..
ML DiIaING{ 'Seivice M6ht ---" .' I'h1i; i2661 Phone l\rA..9.3617.
Pumps se (a' 6 6 8-20 .Mrs.-V.'p..pi ippq
Irs.- Agnes' Johns..and. son., 'i. ', ... n and family, ofJacksonville Mr..,.and Mrs., Jack Estes are
'l .. spent Gainesville Fla. Ocala Fla.
Louie tare just back froma pleasant visiting Mr.. .Estes' parents in ,
and s
evening! services, ,We, i the D.
Ii .)V keJ1d ,with, the J., Wilkerons -
A1"AiLxiiL visit with friends and relatives glad, to Jhave all Kingsport. Tenn.., Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla.
I iIi'Tamp (. ; .: the.jisitors... h } ., .,, :J-..' J j Mr. and.Mrs.. "s'Oa
ir.r >" Seeber Doyle An ___, 4 qAi 1( a'e"f1tt'l w
I Miss > ;and .,Mrs..jV, E., Thojuton ,,,M;:, an&.Mrs,, yodjowArwoo?
Mary Eiia mrner of Jacksonville
; drews and two children of Wildwoodare. .
Prompt( Service :; Free EslimaTes visited her RTurner and;chUdrenOfStarkeweret; .dinI of, Mejrose. ; ..were. Sunday! yuestsofMr -
: father, visiting
Mrs. Andrew's
ner guests of the H. 14..MeRaes i Cat! .
apdjMrs,, .crter.,
i)lasXSaFurday.Mrs. .... all t ; j parents Mr..and Mrs. Fred Moore,!
Sunday .
and attended hq ano Mr Ressie Andersongavg fl1EMIGHTY
w. 1490
Jessie .
: Lazenby and Mrs. :The ..Woman's Missionary, So-j
RALPH E. MATHEWS Gertrude Moore of Miami are herewith Singing. Convention .at. i Shllch & birthday/dinner Jor Res- ciety of ,the First- Baptist Church
Baptist ;
Ch.urch.near High.Springs $;fsotqer,. Mrs.MarnierAnder.;
Mrs. Rhoda Dowling this % met,,.Monday. ...
evening. Mrs.* Earl I
II P. 0. Box 528 Melrose, Fla. week.- Mrs. Dowling has.been very. m the afternoonS $, son Sunday. Out of town, gue.sU Moses, Mrs. Fred Moore and Mrs.,
but !i' _Dinner; guests of Mr. and ,Mrs* were Mr. an.d1MrsrEdgar;\ ; St.aFI-

PHONE GR 55101That's sick to be able is to improving return to Miami-and hopes with 3. Htl.Lewis Jast :Sunday were ing and .....f81p ly...Mr._afjd" .Mrs;, Joyce program.Futch.Hostesses had..charge were Mrs.of the O, F-oota l 958

Vf Ij. and.Mrs Bishop Thomas,and Monroe WUbur.aid fnily .peen
I ,4 her__folks Saturday.., family of ? ; J. Anders, and Mrs. O. J. Phillips.1n .
Brooker Mrs: Susie
Springs and Mrs
ifrs.{ Apove ,._ :
A .Mr. and Ralph Merritt en; Clarkeof. r ( n rrri 't. 0 'f !
Starke, and Mr. and 3eraI Our Business j loyed a pizza? .dinner with the Mrs. W. C. Conner. and daughter. of.))t"., \Augustjne.. | : .
3 James Starlings of Starke I
Sunday. Yvonne Wialdronand TriR i I#. _Jot .I:. -1 '. ,) 11& "J ..HI ,ali
U It'&fIass Mr..a4rs.: \ ? IJUburn! N
; We HaY III! Mr. ansi Mrs. W. H. Andrews of
Mr. andMrs._ Lavon Alvarez and family>> of .Miami, visited tha UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAVS.

CALL'; Wlilt! or: VISIT Merritt JlckspnvlHe..yjsited Sunday. Mrs. Nan little daughter of Orlando i 'were:. RobertWaldrons ,during the '. ,
: -
viSitors of his parents, Mr.' and weekend. ,By :1iZ ji.a.rver -
,, '" JlcCartbyHeUo 1
Mr and Ri
Mrs.Bll1 ha
Joe 'P i ftto.: two.p rdson Mrs. O. R. Alvarez over the weekend .>,Mr and rJs. Ralph.Hig ruVjptbam .; ". I .
and & .
gandthildren Mike and && & A.&&&& && & A.
and attended church and A. J
Sunday. lrs.. Starling jaf1
Carla of Jacksonville, visited the : .
FOR ANY GLASS -'R EP i E. A. Sapps Saturday evening. 'We were glad to have Miss Pa- Baldwin ..pent :Friday! t.eveningwithUie : everybody! ,_well,Jast Saturday -, .FLI&A ST ffS EMisds

4 We Design Modern Store Fronts a-ica Alvarez jpf Jacksonville and : H..,Cj.Hariey, famUy.t! : .. ..
Mr. and Mrs. T B.'Ballard and Miss Judy Cason of Gainesville .Vernie ( was-,big day our hunters have ," .e- I p 1W' _-4 a .. ir .s.-IV<;:v +...
Jolt Mail Us A Pattern for children Jean and Tommy who ; Padgettr&v.d daughters been: waiting for. iir. .
; ; ,-hunting S TURPAYQV 21.presented ... L:45JM.
well ;
as others .
Table have. been living .at.,the. Moody as with us at and,,John, tarlirig, wreSunday';! season is now open and m lull ,
I. \. "4J." church last Sunday.The guest.apr, .!.fr. Nancy dJett and] .
Trailer' for swing.
Park..left. Tuesday you.flfouldjike share
1313 NW. 4th PL Catn sylile. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Youth Fellowship meeting M\vand Mrs. ,Preston Padgett _in | to ,.
Montgomery,' Ala. Mr..Ballard had with; our,!readers your thUD.ungs. -
received his, "greetings" from was very< much enjoyed at Pine .Ma.uuI ... ... ,_ J" ; .you;;can4 eave.detaiI:. ol JPHiLLips.

J .. Uncle,Sam and: had to go.The Level Baptist Church la'sl Friday ..MiseotMarth Bales.l and. daughters .. ,ame., .at Bill Reddish'JGrocery I by -
Ballards had ri 'around apd.Mrs...Mae .)Vfll! visitedartr ore pr with my husband at oar
many c.s!
NOW OPEN J IN STARKE Mrs. T. Norman of 'Hei bro n' .Mrsq RUth. $ low andEna.Mae .M s. .
here and all wish them welL ; garage. DEAlfeRS
.. visited her parents,. the H. M. Mc- ; Green in MiddieburgSunday. ( ?. 66
of ,
Joe Dowling of Ft. Meyers visited pealUng hunting .one ol our
TRY*;\NY PAINT I. MAriE AND I'LL GIVE Raes last Saturday and while .,. : < I t'I
his mother. Mrs. R oda_Dowling :- r. .t.tJ'f1 : fipe hunters, R,./* 1l.jyAng i and -Air
YOU A (JALlON ,OR QUART, WITH EACH over the weekend. here we went down to the Crosby .trM and, Mrs Carl .Mporet of, : .v-de'er-,hunting- in. Georgia J' (Seymours )
ONE YOU BUY Mr. and Mrs! Edgar Black of cemetery and worked awhile Jacksonville were Sunday .guests. this week. f. i 0 I
cleaning the graves and lots. Now. cl. .their CQS1fl5..MjSS.JflIZabethTerr .
Gainesville were, here Sunday -:Very glad :;t9 report? that, paTb .
if. someone win set the'day aiid and Mrs. Joyce: Futch. ,.. -"
I dn3..fetuntq Jii komea4ty4k
Blacks !!
t. visiting! th.Robrt :
.;Albert. Moody had a big surprise J date we- will meet there, bring .J..R.. Devore -*ndLes McClellan. .an ... ending..eyeraiaysintheaordCunt ., J f& J BUILDING SUPPLIES
: hoes and rakes and baskets or attended the !otialI4garne) ,in.Friday.cyeningaid '
Saturday night when* several/of ? Hospital.Mr.
FREEVrce his friends gave him a birthday wheelbarrows to finish. We hope nta.F. werej Gaskins is now"ab lf! \o ,toe up (FHA Financing and ABC)

i surprise party Mrs. Pearl Rhodes to see the date in this or nextweek's prIegeQe; Mf. Devqre'f sp'rJohnny \ and around for whicl we are. very

I baked the cake. Telegraph. I scpr. hjee touchdown thanlmui..I i .

I .6'_.. _. .,. a. Mr. and 'Mrs. Fronie Davis, o( i'eJTprnadoes.. ,_ Rarvey nd .I. attended!! 1 pe bl$ TERWILt GAR
I 'VVVVVVVVYVTYVVYVYYYVYYPINE Cocoa spent Saturday night and rr1r..M Mrs. Ernest.Williams AU V1Qtive. J;..arta M ting .con"fJogeVa RfpfORg

on our Paint' starts at i iI Sunday with Mrs. Davis' parents. andson..JoJnyanj Jpeuin, exing ,_ReutIt Kngjnes -
f.KVEl Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Thomas.* i merlin pf.Lake pty.ereJ l1!! a3f Tuesday evening .of last t (Ford f for 1959 Cars and Trucks)

,$2.00: A: Quart $5.98 :A GallonmMmm Mr. and Mrs'J. E. Murrhee of> guests. pf Mr....and Mrs, .Hu m wpek % The ,ptting for.tnis\ ,spec

p- % Billiard spent part of last week friest and Jamili.JLamar. Prijest\ i m.e eUng l\s..i1\ the private dint

PAINT: STORE Mri H. M. McRaai with. her parents Rev. and Mrs. went home with them for,a weeksYisjt. !ipg "room,.9!, the ..Garden .Restauriant.

I .&&.& &i&4& .&l & &. W. E. Hall..and- her aunt Mrs, f ?- t '_ ,penyer.,(poc) ;Devnck arid

355 K-> Temple Ave.*u f Pfu;: Wt*i ) 1-8565< 11 -ILL ,... ._ roT Vera Mifch'ell.Mrs. ; .,,.c1 1ezce .....Rosier r>f.,. PalatM .i'j'rDevrick': owners of the Faring \.QT-A: i&

Rev. W. E: Hall filled his regu- .J. E. McRae and chtidrer; te.hIs, father, Britt _Rosier IJqm.e_and Auto were hosts for. tlieoccasion.

n "iI'. : _''" STARKE, Ifol v.u.J, FLORIDA: "" '::Iii" lar appointment at Pine Level of .Starke w'ere'dinner guests of .5UQday, ,1. ,.. ., on_ .... I i 8eliciou3 turkey supper : .

I Baptist.Ch>tr<;hlast. Sunday: with .Mrand Mrs. J W. Mca Friday ,J4j4d,,Mrs. indyngI9'I was 'served the rnanj guestii .

l good,both morning of last week. Jacksonville spent. .Saturday ?ith.: Five.nice 'prizes were given;



TllURSDAY; NOV; !O, 1958 + ImADFOItD mmftY'TELEGRAPU.o8T\Jnl. FLOamA'W1I' _.."' .' ..........._

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- Y'l'Y.U'I''I'J.Y'I'!Y''I' 'I'YYYY''YLY'l'YJ.U..J'.LUUL'I''t1HS '- being! won by :Martha Ann Lane I i wiOireported. & given, a citation. with this The same holidays will i bs:steer--

o :OECITIZENS ..mmJifIIt.COL1)RED) 1 ? $91f. ,Beverly I'' group. end also received 'The qi.qy i'9n4ri3roVA\ t1teiq.y;
BRwra Regis-Ellis third i
and with $58.501 Early Bird Badge Each chairman school .
., group: Thankjyry! : ,J\oli-
OF BRADFORD COUNTY and Regine Ellis third with 5850. of the department made a report days, Thursday .
t' 'cHUROIIICII By Barbara'Sue Dale '- Br.'Oz'Ok'" I!" --\ The Annual Assembly will con- and outlined their work for the 27-:28.pirjsmias jaojiday.s.stttting r f m1ov.,
$J. J"She vene Dec, 9. These :
&t ll1t contestantsalso year; The guest speaker was Mrs.John ; .
aAA'".& && s .'" ,4 --! I \ thank each of for Dec. 19,. ending.Jan. 4,. 1959.w .
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&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& &&&&&&&&. &.&. &&&&&&&-&&&&&&-&&&& you >. your Vernon Holiday, who era-
Personals F* 1Ji! 4;if w contributions. Visitors are always rtiasizjd membershipquota.. She
.. -, Mr. and.Mrs Wallace Parrish of Phillips :Family Movinr ; 1 j "'; .lrstMunte: Hall* Fields, Ele- welcome, to our church.. Sister W. !4. vicet; president of ,,the Southern rw

Ijlethodisi Church Hour for children;. 1:301 Poi ,m.. Palatka and.Mr.fmai; Gt! A- Mil andMrs. Adolph Phillipsnd menW :J> #Pialistsfrom State Strong, reporter. I IB. Area of the. Department; of Flor-: 1 i.J.. \.JIk.S
rayer.:Meetingiand Bible Study; Gay spent, last Friday r. \ htpvt. family, left the city Tuesday DeJar tpent piEudction. worked Allen Chapel AJIE Church ida: All'tnembersof'_ nit 314 areasked
Sunday 9:45 a. m.,. Church. 8:3ft: :!Choir-rehearsaL i wit Austin GaysttkLJagkspu: SI&-', morning: oute to East Sj Lpuis, W v -l sncpl! Eddie--J. Thompkins Allen'Chapel "'i.E,.Church.. -Rev.L. to begin planning now ;to D "Y ,
School for all ages; 11 a. m. Thursday 10 a. m. Thanks- They were accompanied by Austin Ill where they will establish residence. Wednesday in the'interest of the A. Sampson pastor.$ observe attendthVlast- meeting, .of thisoaleiida ,:

Morning Worship; 6 p. m. MYF; t'11' $ Seivicej will..bejield at the Saturday to Ashville N. C. where Staff Sgt. Phillips remedial reading program organized the first Quarts.rfwttfiogterence of! { { ,year Dec:. 7,- 2 p. m.Itooiri nk666'.rft '

7)30) Evening Worship. ,Madison ;St, Baptist Ch rch. Rev.I theyTsayed; overnight. t ',b was recently separated from t the jaf RJE this y:}ar. She is recognized the new year CJl,Sfi1hJ7..e'- ; tt -9, RJE.. ; Mrs":L. M. Royal, +
There is a nursery providedfor Jj E Sherwood i will bring the Austin will Complete his basiC( USAAF and will enroll in school : jDyer J tjie sty te for her ezcetlenQeppr'atC siding Elder -t ip1llfge. president t .
small children 'and a Junior! message;;' r trainjnsi-this, week and' two: there for technical'trainingjft ig \ tp the reading Sunday school ,it1wgm _,c-iNr-.10 : t teQ lon Adults N
Church, for that age''group during I %fAt tanfsf> ire Sne. has' served as con}u t- m. Supt. Irene Thomas'in" ..charge, Jl'eterans ,.,..mryt'i 4 nttr
morning services. '* The TabernacleThe '" I lraining j I!-"*& v is the for>, grAnnette' Bryanfc nd ant and;}irectloy: !many; readingclinics guest teacher for .cjass' No J. Fill ,r ;if a
'* I Mrs. Schley H. DeLoach of recent graduate of RJE. Two of and language arts workshops be Prof. Elmer R.. !h ell ,mprniixgworship '
morning worship is broadcast
over from 11:30 sponsor of_the Gospel Tabernacle I Jacksonville visited her parents children, Rickey and Yvettethe The reading teacher is Mrs.Sjcerttfjed. at 11 a} nx,evenipg worj- 24 HOUR HOUSEHOLD yVW
njoon each We. cordially Jill iccupied the pulpit Sunday: I4.sand :Mrs. W. T,,, Blair' flast t will trajisfer{ : {rp1..1! ,T ursFon Er t J, G1y: Rs, 1ho: ; ... .. ship at! 6.p. mAll.members are
Sunday. School to nearest school,, to special' a&ked.jtcijS e leaders ( AND COMMERCIAL.
Invite. ,ev ryoiie to worship with jnornipg and brouht a prophetic Sunday: \I } t thf 4ucatjon, Fpliow-up, as4sistance } andjppy quajte -
us at.,all!services.!! message. I *Mrs. W.- L. Douglas-Mrs. W. T. their rear lunme...: 'hey ViUdisitwith will beigivfin. iff Jhe Jft? jy' ,conference'. <<: dues. Junior .a, % V -t 1 :

l way.fprtJ'ftchurch's Blair and Billy visited Sonny their parents, Mr. and Mrs. cal supervisor whenever needed. Church meeting M,.J..held.ea. .. ELECTRICAL
Tuesday 9:30 Prayer Group observance of Thanks- Dukes It ,Alachua General Hospital George Hadley in Decatur, Ill for testing program has been'start Tuesday at 5 p. m. Max Lois llor-

sponsored j by the WSCS. -*t jiving: ,, .Tuesdaj ,nighj.) ,Nov. :25. Tuesday afternoon. I several days enroute. edj-.whjch! has been very helpfql his is president. Please} rememberthe ,
Wednesday 3:30: P.-m. Story Regular Subscriber f determining levels sick members of ourchurch S' R V r '
4 Announcement was also made of Mr. and}Mrs. Elton Douglas and the reading :: :

.. the:Union:/Thanksgiving! gejjyi,e children! of Lake Butler J visited t} I ZjfcSf Maude E. Magee is_.1\ jegula ; of these jearded: { pupils. with your gifts and' prayer's, Ef{.J. a .5, y
at the :Madisin Street' Baptist their mother, Mrs. W. L. Douglas ?,-raibscribedr New Officets _', Givens, reporter. o- -t- .

L i. .Verse' Church. and sister) and family Mr. fldW. ounti: Telegraph whether she is ...Last Friday: i at 'the George e Ebenezer Baptist Church 1- -.-.- -.- -,_.- _'_'_'_ _U_ _' '_l_'..._ '\
i w Mrs;; T. Blair Sunday I aftell- .fuNev York, Chicago or.MimLhe Washington Carver.iibrary t ijiQainesvi Ebenezer Baptist Church.. Rev.E. i
poon. has just returned to Stark e"er e_ the D. Robinson, pastor) held regular NOW AT 2l3 Mil .
u Presbyterian Church, ,'" I .. following officers! s E.
: ** +c.Mr.v.and" Mrs. John ofjVortl.11gtpn @ wor king about nine,months 1tfrs.elect.e.for. DejtaSjBma et4' pastorial day.,'starting with; t
Friday. -Adult Choir ,practice g ) Springs visited Mj. in New York City. She will spend Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Sunday School at lo.t;,i., m.. Supt. r: Home ; 8* i .

I 1 pm. .. -*. ,i :* .<4 ana.his. W.. T. Blair and Mrs.iW. L}..winter montfjs in, HjJteSjjund." Ipc.:.Sor4r Ang_Mcjgaeeu Bajsflefjasijgus Henry Bryant in charge. Mprnins Wiring fI
R. Sunday'-Church School l for all! L. Douglaf recently. i working for Admiral and Mrs. E. us; Soror Dona Cowart, Anti', sermon at 11 a. m. by the pastor, Electrical l Fixtures _: 1'I
ages .9:45.: jn. Alornmg WpcstuftII 1i Ctrs &Tom Steel of Vero1 Band ch 9rMd. q lL: ,Lash 'I3Fgy; ; 1} l{' ?mio! evening worship at 7:30. All ward I
a.m'l sermon Rev. Jam s Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wether- Maude motored to Tampa and Orammateus'; Soror Julia Harper, leaders m every .g. 9d 'epprfcs. ''I Can.. Be Installed On 'Monthly Payments
1 Montgomery of Lake City. 'ington 'and son, Kevin of Los Angeles carried her mother) Mrs: Laura Tamlas.: Other officers and appointments Plans are being made by membersfor I 1 t
COLOSSIANS 3:1.2I Calif. visited Mr. and Mrs Whitmore and Mrs. May B. Scott will be made at the the pastors first anniversarynext i Fixtures onif l' SUpplies J
I ff ye then be risen with Christ, On the return next m'onth! Watch 'this -pacer I 1 I ; 0I
trip brought
seek those CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST Earl Green and daughters and meeting. The local members .
:I where ChriSt things sitteth which on are the above ,Mr tl 1w1r&.j&: pest Edwards and !hraur Ml S h'il.%aP ta,: are Sorors Maurice- ; White and for th es..tpq..U1eHlmrc ei![ ,.,., .., ,,. .01 .. ..;p '..... j I '- ,-.. ..., "..', t 1. ,>
tie and that will Sis. :-- -.- .- .. ,
I nghthandofGod. t; children Sunday. Charles Weathers, her grand pzora Shell. Regular meetings, are groups appear. - -- - -
Set your affection on things Revival services will begin Nov. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Johns and son to visit Starke for a few days. (field each first and plird .f.rtqay Ranell English. reRprjer. II I .1'
above,not on things on the earth. 23, at the Congregational Methodist .children of Tampj were the ww.- She left the city for the FloridaEast eights Sorer Marjories J
7 Church oiuBrownlee Road. Dinner'will end guests of his mother; Mrs Coast yesterday, but is expected ,reporter >. ,, .' The rgutaj i meeting j>f Dell WELLS ELECTRIC
>be served* on the grounds, ,Verlie Johns. ...!< .ll i \" to return for a short visit Queen- of BeG'. Pi Chapter- Chapter No. l68.jCLE. a. >FilLbe SERVJCE ;
Nov. 30.
Sunday ,School 1 9:.b AMu Sunday; Everyone wet- during the Christmas J held on Thursday at the Masonic of
.. i Mr, and Mrs. T, B. EdwardsIyjsi holidays. 'Beta Pi q. iptecof: r.PM; Beta t
.--. (- t j clme.rl1anksgh'lng is MoriahilethodLsJ. I Temple on tBjpwnjef, ,&tJ& 213 6. Call\ StreetLOCAL ., '
.Morning AM $ jMr. and,'Mrs*J. E. Edwards'lin % spneieplgt Mount $igma Frat '-; electedt Missp u (lrk'et''FIIt. .
Worship 11 .1i Worthy Matron Janie S. Mitchell \ ." 1 : If'
ReV J.lpt. le I 'i
'elya jneir
V % .' i*,tt .. 4 \ : Serv1ees At Raiford : :1 Fe} rr"t Smithes flueen for is all ,. .. .
to .
asking members ,
Trainuig, Union 6:15 PM, Evergreen: Baptist Chump, Mr ,AEta Kartell and. Rtra. Iva $ {BaspAS: R omec:>ming at Florida Normal bg>prej" J I A" 1' '\ T
Reno sent as-there- is-wtal- businesstobe
Accident .
Douglas visited Mr and and Industrial
Mrs. A Memoial College I
Eve. Worship 7:30: P.M. Thanksgiving services will beheld S. Bealling a&d new grandson a t Sunday afternoon In the heart |or the school year 1559.. Miss transacted. Plans for our M NAG'tR f i t. .;
at Evergreen Baptist ChurchNo Dukes Satur of Reno Eddie Lee I Thanksgiving celebration must be
y* 9 4 I. m, :p1 t Stone cut Eddie Smith is from Jack onviile, where B
26 through Nov. 29. Ser Mr. and Mrs:'Woodrow Thomasand Lee Allen severely in the ab fie graduated from lint ew, I completed.Sis >to rrr ,
Madison Street vices begin each evening at 7:30 children were Tuesday nightdinner domen. According to a report from filbert High School\ShX as Wn Bertis Robinson. reporter. : +

) p.m. ,i >gueits of herrparent3 Ml. t e victim's: father, Dejicop An- Honored as "Miss Bacon .,.Hallr PTA News t x Jim Wa I tit C. t' 1
Ir 'l1I, a'; r < Everyone is invited. to attend.CHURCH ,.Inds Mil 1; t Lejrisjof I ,S rkfMrland'Mrs' df e,w 4 Allen,f fi hpt op wa / jesting[ ;fond "Miss Sophomore." $:hei is I The State president- of the- Flpr- ,: R.
ii M : Paul Faulkner and fine'at the Bradford County Hos ida Congresspi
B'aplist: floW a junior, majoring infuele- .PT4,3ir: v Harper, .
p nurcn OF CHRIST children of Star ke. were Sunk y pital. pientary education, and a memberf will be in GainesyillejNoy( J 9 tft.} I .. It -' '" K
C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister night dinner guests, /'Mr. ,tAltd Deacon Tom Marks, who was ) Alpha=-Kappa-:' Alpha- Sorority. the A. Quinn j ones ,ElementarySchool !. "tV drtd's 'Largest Home Bu'i'ldcrs" ]

(((900 Block W. Madison St. Sunday -4 Sunday School 10 Mrs. Woodrow Q1no .,t IU: recently hospitalized for gun shot Hie sponsor of the chapter Is 7:30: p. m. organize the .
a. m., morning service 11 a. m., Rebecca Thomas and v Jo Ann wounds, is convalescing nicely in 'Prater J. L, Wilson, Dean-Regis- Alachua County PTA Council wf J .1.' .M.a '

J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor evening servke 6:30: p. m. Thomas of Jacksonville visited the Bradford County Hospital and :rar. associate sponsor Prater A. which is composed of the press: WILL BE iN STARKE
I, WednesdayBible study 7:30p. Qspp.ivq.pateAtSati3E .EJlb llQt 1 s & bA j> Iq4 }QP1 Williams, Dean of Men. Roster dents and other officials of the ,
.,. I' m.tMSltkch. Thomas and Troy Thomas overMrs soon. He is scheduled to appear includes: Praters Isjatj J, WilUams county-wide PTA groups. Since ,

I __ -4 thg.weekendw' r, D, lies-, :. K4i"Ui'?$}fitu: > Ioj[; nig> ministersand ? Pa id5r'Mjyjrs, vtr&.Pteslr.: Br.adford! ,,+ untyS! interested \nIfthis' EACH Tdffr a
Jig7r8' B. Bi Wise and C. D. Dowl deacons union at AntiocH dent, Lawtey, and' graduate I movement the president of ..

FI ) $ -- StarkeR ing of Jacksonville visited their! a.Jttts.L h.urtQ,. s rung Nov" ...2 8. RJE Frank Clifton? Wilbert Williams ]- District V biasCt ly .ti.Gf 1 H.Cat9. AT w
sister, Mrs: N. J. Davis I Junior High t" t
over the Booker T. Honor, Rudolph is inviting the official members of .
.: Lewis D.. Haihes, Pastor weekend and Mr. Dowling remained ; We are pleased to report speedy Miller, Robert Summers, Alphonso the PTA groups to attend this STARKE HAR WAR :

fans few weeksa9: >.geT. in recovery: .PiM;, one.t bf I.q ur ajthful' ._ .Battje, feepjamin Smith and Elmer tpe tit>.;e'l1\i i t\ipp.} ; .hasbey!\ ,.... I ..
Jefferson and Court Streets -e In. the Heart _of Town some deer 0 hunting in the scrub; patrons, Mrs. Truelove Smith R."Shell, who ,recently made, fJtfndtd; ,tA. Jthe, Bounty\ h1Pugb.Clarence l : 1b 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 Ii.l\1
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 This he and Mr. Davis accomplished The followmpevent.t close'the the; paddle for the,Yfiigma Sweet DeSue patron and member
L .. : .. ovettthe weekend but alas school acMyUjes"foltjthe monthof heart" and 13 paddles for members of the RJE PTA
SUNDAY we have yet to see the deer. November.. Last night Nov. 19 of the Crescent Club American Lesion e of'
SERMONS11:00 News. ,
A.M. 7:30 P.M. Mr. -i -4: _t .. .
and Mrs. J. C., Davis'and was sponsored' at th'e'EE1l 'The.'program .f on;social action Sunday; Commander Mi r J. Royal c**r/
Sunday School S': W, A, Dai$ of Waldo visited theN. : I.,.by the 4th and 5th [ For Call
S'A.M.\ Trainin gUnion 6:45 PJtf. > gradessponsored was held recently and featured a!i and President L. M. Royal of Post Appointments
'...a :r1 (Or ,i J. Davis family Sunday. by i MrsVz< ,P.,Jennings; guest speaker, attorney EarnestD. ; and Auxiliary U and r A. f
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 pjL Mr. and- lrs. Dewey' Stokes and Nov. 24, Thanksgiving Chapelprogram Jackson of Jacksonville who Chandler attended the; s JACKSONVILLE: EV 7-1141 Cpllebt -

h > i i j''. E i w son, and Mr. and Mrs HarveyFipps by th Primary Depatff was given a citatiottsby the group sions of the Mid-Winter< Confer t ,. ..

A FRIENDLY+,*< WELCOME- t '. > AWAITS J YOU and!)children of Jacksonline -' meat'at- 1 p. m.that same date for outstanding work)in that-area, ence-of the Department of Flora I or STARKE WO. 4:53li"
AT THE FRIENDLY cduAcH I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokesnd at 8 p. m. a turkey Trot and Hop and Prater Henry ,Ward; Jenkins da. The meeting,,was th.? '" .
....: children of Starke, Mr. and wJI .bg1{ QrbY.at1C.h and princioal of Mary SIcCleod BethuneElementary San Juan Hotel In Orlando: '. I
t'. .' I Mrs. Rudolph Stokes and childrenf 6th grades sponsored by Mrs. D. ,School Jack- EmpquJs If It's A 1It's
-- asi.pjacgdon Home
t1e f'pr- Quality
Alachuland Algerine of B/ Richardson' I .
I Lloyd Music will be senville for outstanding leader ty-Eight membershipround.. ..
I'j The perfect Gainesville visited Mrs E. furnished by the -
t H. Whailers.
tribute to 1 ship. M
In the
.._ .. Stokes The basket bail Auxiliary mge.\I\g\ \ta.t
Sunday. j
'" -- teams Donation .
are Day V
practicing 3 were given to-74. units for earl A
I. cherished y Jim J Walter tiomel
a memory. Mrs. Viola Gillis is visiting Mrs. hard getting ready for the I All the' "Good Baptists" are membership.' 314 of Stark .. ..- ;.
.. J. W. Eddie in Waldo\ this, vfeeMr t; season which i wIlL} egin.lmmediately -I beaded A'fq St. Augustine and 1 r"-, ... a.. ..._ .
livery: funeral that -' and-Mrs. Earl'Green visited after'theThanksgiving
we connct (, h61Idays. Florida' Normal & Industrial Me-
is a' !I!?cqf usjainjngsolace Dennis Hodge: and Irs,: ._)vex Gree 1 Plan now to follow the QjC! ,I mortal. oltgge!\ to take gifts of 0 *, o X44111 a .. p..W u r r't Nf
:and. spiritual. ; inspira in Doctors: hospital in Starke ion Sctjooltteam; all over thanksgiving to this great educational _,

tion to the family. Sunday night. the conference to rictory. The I .!President R/ /n town or country. .
.,1Hundreds \..' .. J Bobby Hodges was the weekend boy,#i'-\'io\ bemg qoached: py:finci- W, Puryear extended a special ,; ii .uJiki&J .I.4V At. ... -.A
of details guest of her sister Mrs. Curtis pal Anderson and.Jv J.. Moore, Jr. invitation to all the teachers of t. I ,, ;,.. ". -__2JrW '
are managedandj! pnomic.aji: Chamblers> :in Jacksonville.Mr. whi ,\h etsWSvare bdni'.coachedy District V at the meeting in Ocala THE'.BIGGEST' Y
ly attended fo hit only-,a trained and carefulorganization and Mrs. J. H. Sowells gave Mrs.JC. Johnson. Many.of J tie last Saturday. We know that the BARGAIN
can Reform when the urgent need an old fashion Turkey dinner fortwo ( |good- f yers..of last-terms have "horn of plenty" will. be running t
for serving is at hand.DeWITf of their grandsons Charles graduated *ai hdr.isilL :see. action over today and tonight at the college ,.fll. YOUR BUDGET

Kelley and';'Jimmy FazeD la the1r.home A'it1lAShe..ItJE-xYgers this term -Havyou made ,your do- .... .G eat
C. Jb'N'fes Sunday. Those present were C. Johnson reporter. nation? It Is neverj too late so ...

FUNERAL_piR CToi; =-Al\IBULANCE-SERVICE Mrs. Doris' Kelley and children, Thurstop e5c1io11u:4 .-Wr; I[contact ,your nearest Baptist representative -
r PHONES: WO -4.2600 Rev. L. L, Tarker and daughter The regular PTA meeting was and dn n. :so__ at__ once.____. a
We furnish the highest JVO2610 Glenda, Wilbur: Andrews, I4rsrV. .Mqnctay..Alglit l ,' '1th,1'1' trep: District V Meeting ttu'tMeehng
ANY type sen-ice at lowest prices and accept V. Hazen of Starke. Mr. and-Mrs; moviexu feature.-The pictures the Challenge of the
life-insurance policy in force.!.!issue: !by ANY company<< as Max Hering 'and baby and Mr. shown by the Shells. "Atomic New Era" was the theme of the
paymenj ytn part oc": ta full on funeral ierrlc lo Consultationcarries >> and Mrs. B; A. Coleman of GaineSVille Power"' and The Booker ,T.Washipg.ton meeting ofof'DistrictJV} was heldin

no obligation. and, Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Sin' ",mt1fcujminatedthe Ocala on Saturday at War Me-

.. .. w I ,. Ogdon of. ompano Beach. 38th'- annual observance of morial AUditoriumAt least 75 ..
I Birthday felebrationSaturda American Education Week. The per cent ,of the Bradford County f fe,1 tt r
} afternoon Mw and scbolwaa, filled. to capacity.J rs; teachers attended oft a noncompulsory -
L : Mrs.' Fred ilcDavid honored their Louiza Brown, :president. served ;'day without compensatIon -

i daughter, {Brenda JOL. her tenth tbL..gueW.WithI'nnlrff.s.> ;; and .The.meetinguas. very rewarding ,
birthday with a party at their "cokes" social courtesy of the for all 'whoi attended because -

ITSGOOffSENSE'i << home. Ei q princiDa .andj AT: h s,business the consultants were ,
A circus,theme was. used for the meeting was held after the movies "heavy" and the music was super-
t :)\" afternoon unities which indudeji. ''W k > ei; r mR toiler tbg }Qr which included I much numbers
horse back riding. Prizes Jn Ie k la ..ou as "One World", '"Soona Will Be
I the gam S''were won by Jo Ann Tuesday afternoon and night. A Done Wid De Troubles of -Dis .
Gonzales, Sandra Chambers and Hula Hoop contest will be held WorP and "Somewhere Over the "

Brenda Green.Refreshments. and many! games and activities Rainbow" The lasUftwo; numberswere 1 1 lsp g
of birthday cake, ,will 6e' conducted. Plenty of wing by the teather: of A. L.
ice creamfend soft drinks were refreshments will be on sale including Melbane High School in Alach a, 0
served the-uests;' by the. hostess. BarrBrQue, hot. fish;,hp t conducted by Mr Williams, recent f 0
Mrs McDavld. dogs; Ice 'cream, cold drinks. graduate of Floridai.MA'dc M Unl- ;
.Raud'Crews and lrJ Jgya Her '.tSngIlJ..PI'm..A.. ig.JW Y1r5aL.JAC81 persons appearing -o s-

rell visitedlMr, ,and Mrs. Paul movie "Dragnet", same stars as on the program:were j President C.
Emerson and baby in Palatka in Bad!.e i FV ;'on; /fYte Y f11 can>t C. Anderson Mrs. F. S.. Pierce Recording .
e t Sunday n?| afford to miss this big nightttprpt.l3radtordCRllntg.ta in Secretary and Ozoraveil 1

A; 1 Mrs. RusseU Green report, $$t 'yn.colp.CJy. 'f e .;, chairman of t' Constitution
Mr/ the doctor>''eleased her Thu dayand .,. hnilGl. t ai District who led I the delegation 1 : A n otn
she tai j happy to be back at ,to attend and make this a real to the adoption'::1* in less than

0 Sunland Ttaining Center where "Carnival/ Mrs. Ii Brown; president 10"lJ11n tes-All officers werej: ; P .
she is emp1 Yed. MtsS C.Price, ,, principal,, elected for anothe term. Guest 0 atiOTla33 i o: r"
Mrs. Beds Connely of Tallahassee R. Albert, reporter.. J I included D Irt
I speakers Booker: Director -
j. .. .-qui >>-1 I and: Mrs. Mattie Sowells visit- School Holidays i of Membership for N. E. A. L .k.if + i .- r.i

ur new er. ed Mr. and\ Mrs. Warner Mott. In' j Wednesday. .N01.rt6iat..Si3'; ;p+! and Dr Porter Executive Secre Reddy Kilowatt is on the lob around the dock... an1?
last Sunday. day .
Hauge m: school win close throughout [ fry 6f FSTA. Herbert Coleman is .
Hiii )
Finance ". hew here. Mr. and5Mrs.| J. H. Sullivan the county and will notutttLMQndaybee.iParetn reopen! president of _District!. principal 1 dsh .ligEt, oni11youreliores-helping you: accomplish oonjTfo'
of ycf car... Savemoneyjbecaust!! lisited heal|mother Mrs. Mary; : art; Ocala. iiQ greater profits;! Lighting js one of more than 300 ,ways jjectncity bdg
our;jow interest rates and E-Z terms.'e'it's Wills in Bet last Sundny and btis, .asked3a.notgshese&and .if.I i erclydewe -on the modern farm providing today's fastest productive
"*\ t f. t >* I nit
j\ gooHene l to, investigate our ear Willis returned home with them that Uie, stujlen .are,no finance plan before you invest. Come in today. for a week visit. to winder away from home and First Born Churcli.of God. Elder '
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sn ge| Jiurj;. durpig,thls p ripd:_ Flax '
; lYIwant Howard-pastor', will hold J.O. RedJy sheds light for brighter
t> gave a dinner party at their home '}"OIl'to'help-US'protect ttiemthatjthejt their last pastorial fday this side happier living: m ..tL"eT Cotu,.
: BJ for..the Immediate: family last Saturday yq will'be-,able, taityrnsafely of the Annual Assembly. All t !_ Oieag::; 'Bependalle rg: fitjn| helps beautify prereafr e/estrattt" );1.;)

'iji1 night. Those resent were "on' Dec. 1. Our Christmas members are.asked rto down accidents provides protection. .' ..-JI. ''
One of 2S .NiUoni 'S'.ri. Mrs. W. Cf Davis an3 cfiJl3ren i o r holidays will 6epn'-De c,19th:Just worship! ;1r day. ,startingr ,with '

the Florid. COlumbia ,$. C.. Mrjmd Mrs. E. two weeks,and .three-days Church School We
,Wish to thank
'j' -t -fl'" IE11EI..UVE IETTEI fLECrIICif
fGd "W. Hodges pr. and children,..2;( t.'ta V rl a persons who ma# the pastorsUUUVeI'SUJ LI.1'I t.:.... ',.. .'
'e Americus Ga. Mrs. Doris Chamb-: fesL on.the...boli4ays.Trotk ttiJ FLORIDA
Member Federal Deposit 'I asuxrance Corporation lers of Jacksonville and a success, especially LIGHT COMPANY
d lh rdon
i .... .. .* V rap ? PJ ;001W53 dsoace..aay Enoch.b Allen for the wonderful .
.h I.", ;:j. Mrs. C, T.-Edwards of Gaina ?ale elose .. ; M3t'iy Unhappily m&& rendered. The contest for ..I t1't 1i/lL'p..iW: BUILD FLdilDA \ '. n ? v

to.!! I Most the of the group remained for the free trip, to the Annual Assembly IJ1.t.\ '
Reading Specialist 1. 'closed i ,very successfully,

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Mr. .and Mrs. .T. C. Kfflings- *
worth of'Columbus, Ga. were Sunday -
guests of Mr. Killlngsworth's

brother-in-law and sister.. Rev.
and Mrs: Orville Brookins. ,Mr. ,
and !!ll. Killingswbrth[ attended
Boatdraln Church Sunday even-

ing.HuttenJee Clark visited, his BHS GREEN COVE *
mother. Mr>/Mora Clark over the : .
weekend.'He is stationed at.Fort ..;,...
Jackson,, 8..C., after 18 months ,
duty In Japan.:

Miss Sylvia Morris was Friday \ Bradford Park Nov. P. MALL
21 8
night We guest are sorry of Miss to hear Patsy that O'Brian.Mrs. ., .

Mary Brown and her daughter

.Mrs. Rachael Sasser both ill .
are -:-' '
We wish them speedy recovery. 1"-- Home Games Out-0/-Town Games

Miss Shirley Brown, .Artemes .i.. .

Brown, Bill Gnann, Frances Mar- September 19 Macclenny 6 BHS 14 September 26 -. Bolles 7 BHS 13
'tin and Tommy Tyre were guestsof -

day.Mr., and Mrs Cecil Rowe Sun- / b October 16 -Perry 6 BHS 13 : October 3 P. K. Yongue 7 BHS 20October

roast Richard at the Johns home gave of his a, mother weiner 31 Lake City 13 ,BHS 6 October 10 Palatka 18 BHS 6

Mrs. Ruth Ella'Nogels last Friday
night for about; 30 young people. November 7 Fernandina 7 BHS 27 October 24Open

Those attending the family reunion ,
at the home of Mrs. LJzzle November 21 Green Cove Sprga. In Starke November -SantaPel3 BHS 2Sf
Lees included Mrs. .Janie Green, TICKETS AT GATE.1.25

her son and daughter-In-law. Mr.
and Mrs. James Green of Rhode

Island, Mr. and Mrs. Zennis Grif- Student Tickets Purchased at. School ep
fis, and Gene Griffis. About 25 ..

friends and relatives attended. Day of Game 75c ,, '
There will be a Sunday School .
mass meeting at Gadara Church '
this Thursday night. Nov. 20. The,I All Children Grades 1 thru 4 SEE THE
pastor has asked all who can to -

be present. Those needing transportation Admitted Free if Accompanied. .' '
should meet at the I

church not later than 7:15p. m.Let's by Parents KEYSTONE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS #7" /
all go so we can keep the ,
banner See you Thursday night. ,

'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian .

were' visitors..of Mr. and Mrs. J. -" .-. .. : IN ACTION
M. Davis of. : iiddlehurg. Sunday c
afternoon.: Mr.'and 'Mrs. Davis -

have dlebur BoatdnJn l recently* from Baptist''moved oplar'Church back Bluff to, Mo.Mid-. ;;yavat> :; IN THEIR LAST HOME GAME OF THE mill fill fIJ( !

Sunday School, 10 a. m.: Mom- .
1 teg Worship' ,'::11, a:-m.:' Training 1".. .- '
Union 8:30: ,p. m.: Evening Worship ,....u..J. .., 1\, :." ., ,- c' SEASON!

7:30: p.m.: and Prayer Meeting .
every,Wednesday 715; p. m. ''f
Pastor,Orvffle Brookins. Every one

welcome.KINGSLEY. I

:j LAKE Best 'Wishes To The Team Mow 'Em Down, TornadoesSHUFORD'S Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence

Your Friendly Norge Dealer
vu e AAAAAAuuuAAWe 1.--..
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hope this fine spring weather STATION Maytag Appliances Coleman Heaters and

will last until we have the heat Bring Home The.Bacon, Boys! .:, :
Furnaces We
Service An Makes
Installed in the'new church buildIn ,
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*; .. Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes
Brotherhood meeting was held KOCH DRUG STORE ':"" A Good Team Like The Tornadoes
Friday night:at the church.: :

Misses tousle'and Eloise Jones, H. C. WALL AGENCY Deserves Your Support

Acgelena Sinclair and Jane
. Smith were-Monday 'night guests Compliments Of : GENERAL INSURANCE WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

;Of Miss Sandra Moore.,. ':- '.. -- -

*,. Mrs. Sbirltfy Moore' and children STARKE HARDWARE CO. Best Wishes To The Team
Dian and Lynn visited in
,Woodbine,' Ga.. last week.. 1 SPORTING GOODS Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! f ERWILLEGAR MOTORSYOUR
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Among our Sunday visitors .
were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER .
of Starke Mr. and 'Mrs..J. H. WARREN'S' SUPER SHELL STATION
Howard. of Fairbanks and Harold Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence

Lang of Jacksonville. Support The Tornadoes With Your PresenceB.
We visited little Rita Ellington *' Best Wishes Of

Sunday afternoon. She has been Ct. .HARDY BROTHERS'MOTOR CO.

quite 01 for some time and unableto .-. : GEM JEWELRY T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.
attend school Hope she will o. .' :'' N. L. ., .
be, her natural bright self again .Compliments Of WOODBURN ...\ .
coon. The House Of'Fine Diamonds .
-.. .
t Glad to say that James Horns- T. C. HAZEN, JR. Starke's Leading Jeweler Best Wishes From ':
by was able to pay us a short
visit.,Hope he continues to, im SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTS DENMARK FURNITURE CO.' .1,

prove. '
Compliments Of
.Congratulations to Marion Cot- Phone WO 4-3661 Starke, Flan > .
tie for the touchdown Friday .. '
bight. Keep,i up the good work. NEW METHOD CLEANERSBest Compliments OfDODD'S
Happy birthday to John Kite .
Nov, 17.Many more happy returns Compliments Of

Bee you next week: Wishes To The Team

Bradford ', PUrUa. J
In re: Quardianchip of Dove ..
Holder aka| | Mrs. ,
C. N. Holder, Lulu \
Holder and Margie Holder. A .. Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE /SVVre Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! ..
Notice la hereby given that the : ;;::" -
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: ,1't ._gaL'AWSON'S ; J. ( ;- VOLLEY
undersigned 'guardian will veil at = Best Wishes Team STARLING'S '
public outcry "before the south door ,
"of the courthouse at. 16:00 A. M r
on Monday, November fl. 1)5S, the* i .. MARKETt*' # GROCERY & MARKET .
,following described property: THE FARMERS SUPPLY
'. Two acres in a square In Northwest .
corner of Northwest quarter ,:-* .

tion of 11.Northeast. Township quarter C South.Sec- SILCOX: CITIES SERVICE Be Present.Tonight To Cheer Our Boys To.
Range 22 East : '
Onward Tornadoes!
The minimum price for which said Victory ,
property will be auld is the sum of 'h '

to 12800.00.the highest but.'Mid bidder sale will above be made such Come On Out and Boost Our Team! : r GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
price If &U Said property Is owned .. o
by Lula.'Holder and Jlargie"Holder --' --'
wards for wkom the undersigned la .... ,
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Acting a guardian and the sale .: ::.-:;- .! : ,
will be made under the order Let's Fill The Stands.For. '
of the Tonight's Game Best Wishes Team '
,Duat,. Judge authorising it. ._ Best Wishes From :
November U. H5S. t .. > 7' .
; .
GuardianJf ;
?ig'.r' .inn- ,n. n\.i. SHEPHERD'S' RADIO & TV t .BRQWNLEE & CHASTEEN '",

Florida Statate
!. TW Cwt Of The C.*aty Jada -
Bradford C....,. Flwt... / Best ,Wishes'From, Compliments Of
', .
la Prelate ,' Support The Tornadoes
In re: Estate of .
linto\ H. Lang '
Deceased. .
*. AH Credit*** aad."r*.u Hav- .. LEWIS & LAWSON GARAGE j.
tag Claim, *r Dcauads Agalaat 'BARKSDALE'SDEPT.. STORE ,- HART FURNITURE CO.
sari J atatetYou I'
and each of t. U S. 301 South Starke. Fla. .
you are hereby :
Botltted and required to present any ..- tCompliments. .
.claims and demands which yon, oeither .
- -- .of you may have against the :Of Best Wishes Team GOOD LUCK TORNADOES! .
tstate of Milton H. Lang deceased ,
late of.aid County to the County I *: '
Judge of Bradford7 4 '..* :
at his office la,the County court house Florida.of SMITTY'S" '" WILLIAMS JEWELRY ;J 1 & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc. I
aid County at Starke, Florid BARBER, SHOP.,
within eight calendar months from ,: EXPERT WATCH REPAIR
th* time of the first ,
publication of
this notice. Each claim or demaqd Best Wishes To The Team .
shall be in writing and shall state '.. \ '
the place of residence and post of, Best Wishes Of : Best Wishes OfSIMPSON'S CAUFFMAN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE !
flee of the claimant and shall J> .
sworn to by the claimant his arbor TAXI "
attorney?and any such claim-- '4 .. ., SERVICE STATION
o r '
demand not so filed shall be ..
As' uecatoJII.4I" J.,-(-.U.-Laer-W'lI 1Prertha'I./Llm'ioleL c .EDWARD'S GROCERY& MARKET, u DIAL WO 2001.RADJO 542 West Madison Street -.- I

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