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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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IF' VOLUME EIGSTY-THKEE STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1962 .- NUMBER FORTY-ONE

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: : I Of Carolyn Perry, 17 Work To r Average $3.50 Per FlatBerry

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Court Awards $67,500In

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A United States District the Bradford County Circuit In Clay Comity

I _I.. _: Court jury his awarded a Court to the federal district Million $ 's

I I diem 4 ,oi'.$67OG to 'Mr.and"6if& by the railroad. Such a move Work on four-lanteg more Quarter
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Hampton for the death of exceeding $10.000 is asked through day County Is expected -

their '.11f.Y ir-01d' daughter, and diversity of citizenship, to begin by April 22, the With the average price holding strong during the

% Carolyn i. killed ,.February 9, the railroad does business in State Road Department an- BHS Freshman past week at $4.25 per 12-pint flat, strawberries appeared -

4. &rallro&cfcroWnl' accident. Georgia as, wejl' as-, Florida nounced yesterday. headed toward nosing out tobacco as the chiefmoneymaking
can be ShoWn- Ralph Powers of Lake City, Wins At State
crop in Bradford County for the 1961-
The sum. is, the 0 nimum Mrs. Perry 'escaped, :rious Road Board member for Dis-

:: -_-_ ___ _- allowed ,iliid r Florida law for injury in the accident although trict Two, said the $898,984 Science FairA 62 crop year.
i: her daughter and a project will start at The season total through Tuesday stood at 62,202
the minor
death of;a. accord- a point
N Chairman Thomas and. Emory Prevatt, Jr. tag to Gainesville Attorney small dog in the ear with 0.25 mile south of Highlandin flats for which growers have been paid $217,827.39 at

I W. ,N. [BUn Avera, attorneyfor them were both killed Instantly ( Bradford County) and extend ninth grade Bradford High an average- of $3.50, per- flat.
I First Bond 'Sold'Youthful the plaintiff ang, with and their bodies flung north 5.5 miles to the School science student, Mickey The last tobacco season

I W.. C. O'Neal It1s also 82 feet from the crossing.The Clay-Duval County line. Dansby, won second place in brought Bradford growers a return ;

thought to be the.,largest,verdict scene of the .accident is This is another link in the the Earth Science Division at of $235,000.There I L
only 200 yards from the Road the State Science Fair In Pen- is this difference
of 'that' ;type handed Perry Department's plan to important
Emory Prevatt Jr. won at the fair last fall, of the Fair Association;.named dOWn 'In":'tnifc area. the law- home. At the time of the:. four-lane U.' S. 301 from the sacola last week, to take top hi the two crops, however -I,
became the first advance plus little he has the following members to honors for his school. I' _
: a more yr tatd' cident the train was-traveling Georgia; state line to Citra in : Tobacco acreage is limit-
purchaser of ,a $50 bond in earned by doing odd jobs. serve with Thomas'on the finance mkj judgement west from Keystone Heights Marion County before 1964. At BHS, with eight had the ed by government control, and I!

th proposed "matching funds He' was the most be-ribboned committee: Zedra the 4 Gtdriia ,1s against and the Perry car was rom the present time, 41 miles of second largest number of stu- future increases may come only _

Issue" for Bradford County young man at the last fair, Hamilton, George -Hugglns, Southern and south. The train going approximately this 104-mile route have been dents in the state chosen to go from producing more tobacco on

Fair buildings at a meeting In receiving a reserve champion Ed Lawson, Foster S. Smith. FlofidiRaflroad&Lttn Company, 35 mph, hurled four-laned, and 14.6 miles are to the fair except Gainesville the same number of acres. In I
the courthouse Monday night. medallion and a blue ribbon Jerome Johns and E. L. J Lt. the' dC! 1\ a;:concluded four day the car 45 feet from the under construction. High. Only 322 projects were the case of strawberries, there

Arch Thomas' Jr.. chairmanof for his Hereford heifer; two thews. The group will meet. civil trliUwhlch crossing. The new route of 301 through chosen to go to the state fair are no controls, and growersare L. Morgan P. Griffia
the finance committee to more blue ribbons in pony tonight [Thursday] to complete last district Thuradiy in the federal Clay County will take off from from among approximately already predicting a sub-

plan and promote the 'sale, events; and two red ribbonsone plans for the, bond issue 1 edurt\ in Jacksonville. Bond Is Set present right-of-way just northof 150,000 projects entered in science stantial increase in acreage Pleased Growers
which it to raise i The Perry girl was killed fairs the state
by hopes throughout
points to proposed schedule for showmanship, and an- Highland and swing east- next year as a result of thisseason's
I when train hit the car in
$25,000 to match another a according to BHS Science In- -
:. ot; the1 $25,000 issue. other for second place in the $25,000 available from the which she WaS a passenger At $2,500In ward road, tracks following to a the point SAL southof rail- structor Richard Jockel. During success the week story.April 4-10, point "berry comeback" pro

will the first free-for-all horse event.R. t'acs&F; crossing near for the past four year: .
I Emory buy race state for the construction of Maxvffle, where it will return Three other BHg students, a total of 13.019 flats sold gram
bond with premium money he H. Mclntire, president permanent fair ,buildings. Hampton. :* Perry was Cutting CaseJ. to the present route. Most Linda Wasdin Bernie Collins, through the market at an aver- Huggins' program which sacma
'-- --- -- driving 'her daughter home to be paying dividends at long
and
Vicki DevrickA\ Deceived
oTf I
the new right-of-way was age of $4.25% for a gross return -
Bradford Loses At $560 Savings from' school C. Myrick, 35, was arrested donated by National Lead Co. Certificates of Excellence from of $55,380.01. This was last, includes:

J t Attorneys for the plaintiff about 3 a.m. Thursday 'and in exchange for having the the American Medical Association -just under the preceding peak- 1. Soil tests to correct acid-

: 66 Voters Gets maintained' that the train charged with aggravated assault highway shifted so it would for their projects. Dans week when 15,120 flats brought ity.
Johns Insurance Agency failed to' give adequate warning with a deadly weapon not interfere with future mining by received a $40 cash award,1 61278.67. growers. 2. Soil fumigation to control

at'such: 'a time as to tell following an altercation at operations on a tract of a book, and a ribbon for his; With temperatures suddenly nematodes.
) Bradford'' County showed a Mrs.,'pe i",, that a train was Michigan Ranch on SR 100 land owned by the between prize winning project "The! soaring into the high 80's this 3. Use of plastic mulching

net ;loss, of 68 in registered City Policy T otaIing.,839$ approaching:'the crossing, andalsqjflfate&e south. Bond was set at 2500. Highland and company Maxvffle. Moon and Its Effects." He is I week, there has been some loss instead of straw.
voters,at'the deadline for reg- the Huggins said ysterday that
railroad had Injured in the scrap was Nation.'Lead bought the tract student of Science Instructor -of quality in berries, and con-
I istering"i before'the May ,Prim allowed -sht.6' grow up at Don Janvrin, 37, of Rt. .1, Box several years ago for possible Leah Sutton. tinued heat could shorten the even the "hardest to convince"
ries. was reached" at 5 p.m. In a two hour special "in. items of equipment' which' until tie, ;'crossing! prohibiting a 466, Starke, who was,hospita- mining- at some future Other BHS students attend season here materially. If the growers are now sold on the
Saturday. Supervisor of Reg- surance meeting" Tuesday ; now have 'been ,listed as '"the' dismissed use of plastic mulch, and pre
dear view: : of track. lized and later after date. ing the state fair were Jimmy weather stays reasonably cool,
istration Marian L. Crosby said night Starke's city council accepted -new. He also promised that his 1 ', dicted that next year's berry
:Attorneys for the railroad, treatment for, two deep chest Jaxon Construction Co. and Fox, Kay Garbett, Mike Hitch- however, growers can expect at
the county now'has: 5,390 a low bid of .$9,839.41 company would 'send engineers Mathews crop would be almost 100 per
'iOsborne, and Ul- Caddell & Jackson have been cock, and John Wager. least two or three more weeksof
qualified voters, as compared from the Charley E. Johns to the city to institute what he ricfa, Jacksonville: defended cuts.Deputy Sheriff Williard Williams awarded the contract and will While at the fair the students -I shipping. cent on plastic. He said that
with\ 5,456, prior' to, the election Agency to write the city's poli- called a "much needed"'s fety 80 per cent of this year's est!.
heard
} by)saying, that the train 1 said Thursday morning have 270'working days to complete a lecture by the famous With the season not yet end-
'in 1960. cy for .the,coming year. i -program. 'was ,not"*required to signal : that he had not yet completed the project. German Space expert, ed, most growers have already ma.ted! 200'acres was on plastic.

:The'slight decline in reg- The Johns bid was 279.37 i Council ChairmanJljD.: .Doyle sincethe'.. !crossing was not a his investigation of the case, Dr. Werner Von Braun, and harvested at least 600 flats per Huggins quoted Arnold Grif-
istration.Is probably'accounted below the only other bid".submitted also said Tuesday night .,that public road.Testimony fromBradford but it appeared that Myrick PTA t'obred the Santa Rosa Marine acre from their 1961 crop. Re- fis, who has planted part plastic 9I
: that this is the H. CJ Wall -the To Present"Swinging part straw for the past two
for by the fact 1 by Agency city's gaao11iiecontract'bubeen '(County ComCh2ZtRlfl and Janvrin got into a argument -- Biological Laboratories. They ports have gone as high as 800 I
"off-year" election, and of Starke. ,According ,to an awarded' to the IflC14 : ,, also entertained flats years, as saying that he is "now
an : at.U1 at Michigan Ranch went HigK"The were at a dance per acre, up to this weeK, A
M voter'Interest; ,, Is not.:as great.: agreement, between. ,'the two pa ..Company( td4 I. = e<<:..- -u tt tWy a'nw. rnfr"t ttio' P& t1 .tr t'Wnt: 1iie'company's the-. raUro&cTs)own roles that and 'Janvrin was cut .during. missiles including one of the per flat, a yield of even 60C t plastic next season.
Alt but three county pre will :receive.' per cent of all bid.on regular fuel fc' j gfcfil:waa ftQ'.med. Avera the ensuing'scuffle. space capsule, Friendship 1,. flats per acre would mean a, The county agent said that
cincti showed small:'loss, in commissions collected and 'the I was 20.69 cents,per-gallon and stated. > Williams said that Janvrin Bradford! High School in which Col. John Glenn gross return to the grower otf : one problem that "must be solved"
PTA orbited
registration. The.three that Wall agency will"receive' 40 I.23.04 on ethyl'gasoline. a ,Thetrial moved from and Austin Bell, operator of win"present the light !, oO per acre. With all before next season is the
was the earth. expenses -
___: ,__L musical nm "a .....f.1 -- lahnr fnmn .aitnntlnn.... Tho. rnmn
ahowed increases were: wew per cent.; the Ranch, were both charged '----- ----.J "' ''" U1S to the acre, including ----- V-'r -- --"ro
River, and 'Hampton leach I Council agreed to the' spliton with disturbing the.peace;and High In the BHS Auditorium I harvesting of 600 flats, estimated -closed this year after an unsuccessful
Basebalkrs 'wmiTLe2For 1 Friday at 8 due to the fact
; Starke operation
gained four; and Theressa the coinmsions since as each posted $150 bond. p.m. Library at $1,100, this would mean
[gained i2L] Wall Agency Representative ,, -' Janvrin was brought to the The play was a success last Sets Book SaleA that growers have already net that growers did not use the
The new registration totals George Roberts put it, "We Bradford County Hospital by' year when presented by the ted around $1,000 per acre on labor consistently."We .

ineach'! of ;the county's eight were the' only ones 'interested Season Record Of 36Tornado '. Clyde ,Rahme, who witnessed 1961 Junior class of BHS.DOT Book Sale will be held by their 1961 crop. This profit prolonged were cool fortunate weather in,"having Hug-

precinCt are as follows: 1 enough in writing the policyto I 'the incident. Instructor Marion the Starke Library from April might go as high as $1,250 to said.

n wtpv890: "2 [N. Starke meet with you about it, and I i .. '-1.. '-__ .I_'; _4'yAJJL ". _'-_ Payne. Is In char____e_ of__ tfl'1rPt.__ -- .- .- -. $1.500 per acre if the season is gins.. "This' ..kept. ,oenries-
3 -- ; *; u ilri: ) "0)4All :.t.UWI- .n vv. 12 tnrough April 21 at 136 tram coming in wiui a Dig ni.!n
2:323': ; (IS.: Stark ] 1,218, ; ,.1 we feel that we (the Wall and baseballers drop three-run homer against st.1 igan Ranch for a b 0 U t 18 sales for the event. Adults W. I prolonged another two or three all
[Graham 71: 5 [Hampton' ] Johns agencies) should receiveall ped two games while whining Augustine. The stocky months. will be admitted for $1, students Call Street [former locationof weeks. at one time, and grov.e.smanaged :

I 319; 6 -ITheressal 263; 7 [New of the commissions." over Keystone last week to er will be out of action for a In grades 7-12 for 50 Conner Insurance Agency]. Foremost among those waxing to get them picked

RIVer) '101; 8 [Brookerl. 207. According to Roberts, the set their season's diamond week, however, with a sprained cents and those In grades 1-6 Sponsored by Friends of the enthusiastic over this sea- with local labor. However, if
I ft Wall agency has written the record at three wins againstsix ankle. sustained when he State, CountyCommitteemen for 35 cents.Social Library, books will be on sale son's good prospects is County we had had hot weather, likewe're

HearsImportance ity's policy for the past five defeats. slid into second .against ,the at prices ranging from one Agent G. T. Huggins who has having now, at the peakof

Rotary years. They will turn the citya The local boys were nipped Blue Wave Tuesday night cent to 25 cents. I consistently plugged a three- the season, the growerscouldn't

Of policy over to the Johns Agency 7-6 by' P. K. Yonge. Gainesville The Tornadoes led the Blue Are AnnouncedCandidates SecurityA Persons having books they have gotten their berries -

at one minute after midnight Tuesday and were beaten Wave in the fifth Inning Tues wish to donate to the sale Help Asked picked and many would
Physical Fitness '! on April 14, next Wed- last Friday by St. Augustine day 5-4, but P.K. tied it up for state and representative of the may' call 964-2361 for pick-up For have rotted .in the fields."

The importance of physical nesday, it was agreed at the 6-3. They" won the only with a run in the sixth. They county Democratic 'executive Gainesville Social Security office service. CubansPersons If acreage II substantially in.

in the American way of meeting. 'game played on the home won the game in the bottomof committees' have all been win be at the courthousein The sale Is being conductedas who creased next season, Huggins
fitness would
like to feels that be
life was discussed at the Rotary Rising costs of Insurance field, however, downing' Key the,eighth on an unearnedrun elected without.opposition, according Starke from 9:30 ajn on a feature of National Library have a part in something must
Club Wednesday by P. T.' prompted the council to Invite -! stone 11-6 Saturday after when pitcher Bill Jackson to Supervisor of,Registration Friday April 13, for the pur- Week, now being ob to help assisting financially done to reopen the labor camp
Cubans who and get it operating effecttvc) ,.
f noon. threw wild over his third base.mana Marian L. Crosby. pose of conducting social
Nolin, principal of the Starke representatives from sev, security served. Mrs. Bert McMaines desire to leave the island
may Referring again to the advantages -
Elementary School. era! insurance 'companies to The two games we lost head' on a force out Names of the candidates, business. is chairman of the sale. contact the Luis Diaz de Arce of
\ The speaker illustrated five meet with them two weeks ago 1 were our better games; too," play. which ordinarily .appear on family at 128 N. Church using plastic, Hug-
St. gins said that four
in effort to rates said Coach Charles Francis Jackson led Starke's hitting the ballot in the second primary years ago,
no
an adjust
simple exercises, requiring '' '- -<.l. "It is not
to when most of the
I 't'- necessary emphasize berry
This will cost yesterday. He praised Junior with a S-for-J performance at win not appear ox either acreage
more than five minutes a.day year's policy the terrible
days the was on straw mulch, the
which he said would keep the the city $560 less than last Ken Terrell for his pitching the ,plate. lie also had a ballot in the coming elections [i Cubans are living.under duringthe age yield acre was aver-150
performance against St. Au creditable: effort on the mound. since there is no opposition. per
$10,399
year's figure, accordingto
fit. He "
physical suggested Communist
family terror Mr. (24[ pint) crates equal to
I each Rotarian take the City Clerk Merrill Edwards gustine. ,The hard-hitting Against Keystone Saturday .,, }"': de Acre said. "There are 300 of today's 12-pint flats. Thisseason's
I message home and sell it to Grover Stump representingthe first baseman-pitcher allowed first sacker had three hits in Three new names ,appear on -1 hundreds of thousands of
of 600
average yield
only four hits while fanning as many, tries for the Tornadoes the list for the upcoming term. people I
.IJ',
wife and children. Johns ,
,
his agency, told .theboard.that' Jackson''Sr..' gr ,' .. trying to leave the Island, flats per acre is a one hundred
W. T. and Mar- 0 "
that eight. Junior catcher Marty Including a< double and ''
Mr. Nolin pointed out the will : ,
: and
new policy ? :- .. they need help as they per cent Increase Huggins
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Starling also in for : Starling started on the garet O. Jackson will replaceS. -: .
has said, came triple. ?' '
President Kennedy adjust premiums on many used >; > have to pay their plane fare pointed out.
of' that praise, from Francis for ,his [Continued on,Page 6] E. Sparks and Mrs. Verna :" : .'" .
"It is great importance : in American dollars.Mr. The increase is
Demorest, who did not QU&1ify q" .." ., __ ;I, I partly due to
we take i immediate steps to 'W" de Acre pointed out that the fact that. from 20 to 22
ensure that every, American Scbre"46Pojnts c in Group 2. Third: Precinct ; those who I thousand
want to leave can berry plants can be
J the: Demo- '?
\County
on ,
child be given opportunity Executive '! i- ; (. .. be classified in three general set to the acre, using plastic,
CoD n1ttee. :
cratic l f- I
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make and himself physically
to keep lornado Thinclad's 1 tMrd Everett H. Prescott Is the new ", : categories: :'whereas only 15 thousand were
fit. / e
candidate replacing H. 'B.Wiggins "-' .. 1. Those who want to take ordinarily set with straw mulch.
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; r their children out of the coun- Plants can be set closer together
now deceased 'on L.
: wt"" try so they will not be indoctrinated in the bed and less
; -" .. space
: the State Republican Executive 'i > "" .Yft? ,
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_: : "SEE '?E [ between rows when
-" ;.; many send their plastic is
Committee. _
In In-State track t .
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1 i Swingin-"-:, High MtEL Representatives to the State.- E '}:'_d:' children alone]. used, Huggins said. The individual .

:Musical Comedy With, "I Democratic Committee are R. 'I: ; t 2. Those that are well plant yield is also heavieron
\' rtfi known by the government for I. plastic, he pointed out.
A. [Lax! ] Green and Lucile !
"All Star Cast"From Coach Dave Hurse's Tornado jump which Hurse uJ4 bi S'll". Yotffif HflJner also their anti-Communist This increase in average flatsperacrebaabeenmadeinspjte
positionand
thinclads placed third toot fefcrth'p&ce hi the dis- H. Green. Ethel R. Parks. i ;t to: ;1<'_ ,
with thought would be one' of their a ;5,' '"<' ., .... are out of work [all the f
along with Prescott, win represent ,
46 points Saturday in the strongest events. cuswttHttSfcsof 119 feet : of the fact that more berriesare
'. possibilities for work in
School PTA ninth Annual Tn-State Track But the Tornadoes did other'1'\ftado places were: Bradford County on the ,, ,f .. are
High garner '-' -- '.'. ... ._ ..'.. the hands of the government]. required in the loose-pack,
Meet in Tallahassee behind in rack Yard Dash Freeman state Republican committee.
AUDITORIUM three first places 100. now being used here than in
BHS
-- of 10.5 seconds ,5. Candidates for the County Mrs.,Scholl Assists 3. Those that are very active -
Murphy High Mobile. Ala- ing up their 46 point tally. Register. : : the old-style tight-pack. In the
Fri., April 13 8 P.M. bama and' Pensacola High Senior Irwin Martin soaredto Gardner, 10.6. Democratic Executive Committee in the underground move- loose-packt1a.ta are topped with

Adm. $1 and 50c ,School]: a personal high of 12 feet 110 Yard High Hurdles. by precinct, are: ment and are in danger of berries until the individual

COMING! Murphy led- with 65 points 11 inches in the pole vault to Seymour 15.3 seconds... First Precinct: Mrs. B C. I. Hunt-For Fallout Shelters being cannot arrested [many of these pint cups are not visible. Hug-
I get the exit
while Pensacola High came in win that event. His teammates Mile Me Phi and leave by secret channels].
Beta Sigma second with 55. Other teams Lymrood Walters who Dugger. L. Noegel. Gardner. Second Precinct: Group one. William R. Gunby Jr. [right] piling more detailed descriptions actully] used in each 12-pint

EASTERFashion placing in the'meet'were'Leon tied for second at .12 feet 6 Darby'] 3:45.7. R. A. [Lex Green and Lucile of Kemp Bunch & Jackson of local buildings, including The adult fare from Havanato flat ,

I of Tallahassee with 24 points, inches and William Silcox, Two Mile Relay-3. tt. Dug- H. Green; Group two, Lorenzo Jacksonville firm of architects information on the M1a.m11a $25 and a child's
Show
: Cairo. Georgia with 21.Tbomi who placed fifth with ft leapof ger, L. Noegel Lawson. Dar- D. Green and Mae D. Green. was in Starke last Friday thickness of partitions, ventilation fare is $12.50. Persons who

BHS Auditorium i asville Central of Georgia 11 feet, also placed In the by]. ThIrd Precinct: Group one to start locating and cataloging openings, and other would like to help some of BHS Band Sets ,

April 19 8 P.M. I 20%, and'PensacolaESt'.a.tTtb event. 'Mile Relay 5.; [Gardner.Register. L. H. Futch; Group two Margaret ,buildings that might data needed to determine the these Cubans can contact the Sat. Popcorn Sale !

with 16 points- Another first was gainedby B. Dowling. L. Craw- O. Jackson and W. .T. possibly be used as fallout value of the building in providing de Arce family at their home, ,

"Our relay teams were not sophomore Tom Gardner ,lordl 3:43.6. Jackson 'Sr.Fourth shelters. Mr. Gunby was assisted protection from possible or by telephone, 964-6821. Popcorn wffl be on sale an :

This Space Contributed' up to par," Hurse said "We who tossed the shot-put 43 The thinclads win see action Precinct: F. B. Davis. by Robert Kelly of fallout. Church World Service has day Saturday at Winn-Dixie !

Weekly te Publicize just dont have the depth 'to feet 9 inches. Senior Halite this Saturday at the p. Starke. pictured above measuring "Civil Defense has now be- announced. that there is a Store for the benefit of the :

Community Events by compete succeSsfully. wth} the Seymour had the other first K. Yonge ''Invitational in Fifth Precinct: G, P. Wads-. .the thickness of walls of gun a definite program to need to find homes for chil- BHS Band trip to the Orange

; larger schools in* these big with a leap of just $ feet 11 Gainesville on the University worth. :I a courthouse vault Mrs. protect our people," Mrs. dren and young people who Bowl game next year. The

: The Community meets." Besides not being inches in the high Jump. of Florida track. The Tor.downthemee Sixth Precinct:' Ploy- B. Sullivan Gladys Scholl, [left], county Scholl saId."It is our duty have come out of Cuba with- sale at Setzer's last Saturdaywas
Jumping on the rain soaked 'i and C. Sullivan. director of Civil Defense, ac to assist,this work to the limit out their parents. The de a success, and the public
I State Bank able to even enter the 880 and track Seymour did not try last $Seventh-Mable: :'Sapp ,and companied'! the 'survey team. since it is being done for Arces can also give more complete is invited to support the band

440 yard relays the.. Tornadoes for greater heights after' his year on their'ft1 to a state Ethan A. Sapp.' I- After the initial cataloging the protection of our comma- information about this by patronizing the popcorn'

'! -- got no points in ,the broad I competition, went .out.before: c".mpl ndttxJ: :.. Eighth: Precinct none, .,. ( the surv yofs are now com n1ty11'a- '- service, concession. !i

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TWO ." BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 12 1963
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....:10.. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman E. Mrs G. L. Farber and her Hospital Auxiliary Mrs. Glen Moore as a memento of the occasion. extended us in our sorrow. We' Mrs. G. Hoffmeisler. May

Shenehon and about 20 other guests, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Twenty guests were invitedto wish to express our thanks to God's richest blessing be with

!members of Jehovah's Witnesses :Moon of Poland, N. Y. spent Adds New ,Members Hono.red At Shower attend this delightful affair. all relatives and friends who each of you. Daughter of

from Starke will attend a last Thursday to Saturdaytouring "i sent cards, flowers, food and I) Mrs. HoffmeisterV, ?tt&. and

meeting in the Jacksonville the Florida Welt Coast.I ; MrS' :Frank Zebe ol Palatka- '_ Mrs,: Lemuel ,WUliams ands Recent Births other kindness during the!I Mrs. W. L. Hancock.and fam

Baseball Park on Sunday April TUrs. G.kE.Mcauley!bf Pa- 'Northeast District. 'Director- 'of 1h George,SimpMtn'JhonoredMri } death of our beloved mother' ily.

15, at 1:30 p. m. The 'speakeron Iatka'spent, wed Snsday< r to Saturday the ''Hospitar Auxiliary. in- :, :Glen:, Moored .4'; recent Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Herseyof
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 this occasion will ,be N. H. with" :Mr- and' Mrs. standd new''. !Officers at the bride, \i a' delightful bridalshower I *i *" *
rr__= Knorr 'Hospital Auxiliary meeting 5at ,the,Simpson home, Theressa announce the Thanks A MiiHon-P Owners;
' president of the Watchtower Charles Hardy.Mr. I' I lc y I I
birth of
a sen, Lewis Martin -
I'1!1 Mrs. O. L. Chivey.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs George Hug- Bible and Tract Society. : "and Mrs. L. O. Hazen Monday! night at St. Mark's 115 South Street'on Wednesday I ftn. *. Apr 7 -in. Bradford:
Hightower Talley of Dublin Ga. USED AUTOMATIC WASH- were in Cocoa from Thursdayto parish house. evening, March 28.
'I gins were hosts at a family reunion County Hospital. il
,were Tuesday to Thus day last Sunday. Enjoyingthe ERS.Some like new Maytag,, Sunday visiting. Mrs. .-Alta Officers installed were : Arrangements of Spring For making, it possible'.., for me and
guests of Mrs. Frigidaire, G. E., Westinghouse Ashurst. president, Mrs. A. F. Garner; flowers were used to advan- I: '
Daisy Ferry >
affair were Mr. and :Mrs i Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norman,
I C. I. Jeffords and Mrs. R. L. -:-from, ,$50 up. GAY'S Home Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Genereuxof vice-president, Mrs. M.. F, tage in .decorating' points of Jacksonville announce the i> my wife to attend the Company'sLeadership
man.Lt. Appliances 355 N. Jacksonville NAS are, Hazen;,.secretary-.Mrs. Ervin interest .in the party'rooms.. i
Col. and Mrs H. M: Hat- Temple. the
Griner ,
of Jacksonville, Mr. and birth of a daughter, Cherir ; Convention at the
cher Chief Fire Controlman (FTC) with her Mr Andrews; and treasurer; Mrs. The lace covered refreshment| .
Jr. and :Mr. andMrs: Hat- Mrs Ralph Osborne and\ Mr. staying parents; Lynn,: born Apr. 1 at Baptist :, .t-.i
cher Sr. of Jacksonville Breach and Mrs H. A. Sheddan of.Beryl D. Casey, with Mrs. Casey'!and Mrs. Robert Green, until Junius Smith table also;; was centered with Ia' i Memorial" Hospital. Grandparents ;? Palm Beach, Biltmore Hotel.

spent the weekend at ,Cedar Zellwood, Mr. and Mrs. Bill'and their children, spent the April 20 when Mr. Genereux Mrs. H....A.Bishop outgOing -, flower arrangement and I are Mrs. E. L. Coxand '
Key.. Clements past week with Mr. and Mrs. will 'be discharged from very > president, -presided over!, china trays and compotes held i Thanks again.
of Chicago HI. and '
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Norman .
George ,Baisden and Miss Earl T. L. Casey while enroute from ice. ,:After that date 'the Gen- then 'meetingwhich: opened| dainty cakes, mfnts, :and nuts.i I l'o\ ;
Zellwood Jeffords of Ala- t' of Starke. I
Martha HoUiway'' of Jackson- chua, Mrs. Gladys McRae, MrS. Norfolk, Va.. to the Fleet Sonar ereux will move 'to Springfield, with the"_ "Hospital r Auxiliary Games were .Clayed during II I t-_. ;_ i Signed-ERMIE JONES

ville were Sunday evening visi- Joan Smith, daughter, Terrie,I' School at Key West. Chief Casey :Mass. where 'he will be em-. prayer.. 'B ,Edmondson, the ,evening Wi prizes were CARD OF THANKS I Ii
I has been stationed the hospital, administrator, introduced awarded to the' winners.
tors of Mrs. Effie Johns Mrs.I and son, Wade, and :Mrs. Sam on ployed. i
Johns also had, as Tuesday Rutledge of Gainesville andMrs. USS Robert A. Owens in Nor- Mrs.: 'H. TL Joiner-of 'Winter T. B. Hamilton' chair- The hostesses presented the Words can never express our Representing Liberty National Life Insurance Co.

I visitors! Mr. and :Mrs. A. H., J. O. Hunnicutt of High folk and will now be at Key Garden is spending thisweek mums ;and'i rs. 'L. J..: 'Green, honoree with a place settingof appreciation for the love

Cruce of Jacksonville, and Miss Springs. West for the remainder of his with her daughter, Mrs.' W.. S:, oil the' Hospital :'Board of her' chosen, china pattern mdriess _and thcughtfulness) .

I Kathleen Pranger and Mrs. J. Mrs. O. W. Barry of Brooke Navy service before retirement. Haas, 'and' family. Trustees. :Annual reports were -

E. Vaudett of Orlando. is visiting her son-in-law and He is 'a veteran' of 17% yearsof Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg 'and given by the various- committee -.

Irs..Chas. A. Darby and :Mrs. daughter, :Mr. and .){rs. J. E. Navy sehvice. family Visited the Stephen Fos- chairmen..,- :
:jGene- Failing''of the Clerk ot{ Hardy, this week. Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Pughof ter Memorial on imday.Mr. ;A motioi/was made and approved ,

the Court's',office,,'will' attend :Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holten Harrisburg Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green 'that 'the officers receive WHERE You Shop Makes A BIG DifferenceCarp's
I and Mrs. D. Titman of .Binghamton and family Visited 'Mr.'and""Mrs 100 'hours' credit forth
a convention o( county cI and family visited Mr. and Mrs. t ,
I officers in, Panama City this R. L. Whiddon in Tifton, Ga \ N.. Y. were weekend Don Mc'Adon' and daughter In n: services. :during the year. :\ 'p. customers know .tfct diffcruet is TREMENDOUSyLt
weekend. I II over the weekend. I IMt' I guests or Mr. and- Mrs.- C.- L.- i Jacksonville on' Sunday. .The 'following. announcements '
Mrs. C. R. ''Bradford, Mrs: made = in SELECTIONS. : M SAYINGS .; ; endless variety
Scholl. i distlr'ict
were therannual
Mr. and Mm.1 Merrill Edwards] and Mrs. Charles Ham- : JLk Jr
I i Godwin;'Mrs. R. S. Mul-\ i taste And EVERYTHING priced MUCH LOWE
and family will spend the.week-' rick of Montreal, Canada spentthe Mrs. Pat Cauffman and Henry eeting'will i be held at every .

end with'Mr. and Mrs. Jerome past week with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren will spend lins and Mrs. Nelson Green' attended ttie/J. :Hillis'Muler! Health __ -I.--- for comparable quality!
I Friday and Saturday in Brad- i the Wesleyan Service Center 'in? Gainesville on ,
Edwards in Sneads. Mrs. W. H. Noilman. Mr. Ham- i 1
!
enton where Mrs. Cauffmanwill Guild conference in Lecsburg Thursday, Apr.. 12 at 10 p.m.; .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green rick is administrator for the i : e
I MrS. I attend the Association of over the weekend. and'bh Apr. 25-27 the Southeastern -
,and family and J. H. Fields Kaiser Industries in Canada. '
Mrs. J. M. High and daughter '
Credit Bureaus of Florida 'HosPit l. Conference
visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles(The Nollmans and their guests '
meeting.Mr. Tara, of Jacksonville spent will be. held in New Orleans,
;
Fields} in Jacksonville last Saturday -! toured South Florida during
I i'their visit. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby the first of the week with her Ea..: ''f1l0 ,interested in atrending I

spent Wednesday to Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. either meeting may 4

-"'- Edwards. contact the I o.
------ attending the State Science : president.The

i I Fair in Pensacola and visiting )fr. and Mrs. Comer Perry-. fo following were presented Y ra

r Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray McFad- man of Jacksonville visited '
: with awards: for their outstanding -
I
I den,in Mobile, Ala., and Mrs. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman -, volunteer services for

Marvin Andrews of Ozark, Ala. on Sunday.Mr. .
the" : ,Mrs. A. L. CrosbyJr.
cot and Mrs. J. W. McNeeiof and Mrs. S. W. Hamil-i year .
: ., Mrs. Jerry Kouba, Mrs. .ati
I II New Port Richey were visit ton and five sons of W. Weldon Rob b ie, Shaller 'Mrs. Bill i Dress MagicI
Street are moving into the Ad- "
from
ing Mrs. M. F. Brown
1 I Graham Mrs.: H.B. Hamilton,
I Saturday to Monday. kins house on N. Walnut Street I I a d
Mrs.
I Mrs. Maureen McMain.es
this weekend. SUCH 82LAUTY AND VAU2YOU'LL
Mayor and Mrs. Randal ,
Blair Miss Florence
RESTAURANTSunday W. L. ,
I Chitty and family spent the Mr. and Mrs. John Hemm- Jennings, Mrs, Garl Mathews, ( ; IS iSWITOW
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ingway of Elizabethtown, N. '
Mrs.. George Miller Mrs. J. D.
Special - $1.35I;I M. F. Chitty in Lakeland, Ga., C. spent the weekend with }tr. Doyle, Mrs. H.:A. Bishop Mrs.
'
I'i and Mr. and Mrs. Chester and Mrs. One Wiggins- and Maxie Carter Sr., Mrs. Lucile t 8

COMPLETE DINNER Hadsock in Valdosta, Ga. family.Mr. Davis Mrs:'R. E. Edmondson, NMLH

<; ; Choice of Meat; 2 Vegetables HALLMARK. EASTER. 'and Mrs. Guy Sale were Mrs. A. F. Garner, Mrs. Mural \!1 y
Drink and Dessert CARDS AT BULLINGTON'SMrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bertha Pearce, 'e '1' The softest of femini3 ne siHioutttw M I
E. L. Crawford was I Revel and family in Tallahassee Gardner. Mrs. '' ,, -e : the newest of subtle shades to flatter you.
1 Southern Fried ChickenCalf's over the'week d. Mrs. E. D. Tenly, Mrs. Vernon Sizes 5 to IS, 12 to 20 err 14'/i-24ft,
j visiting friends and relatives 1 1I Smucker, and Miss Madge.t
Liver Bacon '
Strips foe Martinez
Mr. and Mrs.
'
in Jacksonville the week-
I over I Middleton, i
Fried Red Snapper Steak end. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. JL Martme2 -, .
I I in Mandarin last During the social hour, Mrs.
Chicken & Dumplings G Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman Friday. !
'
jf. t.osby Jr. and her social -
Olson, Mrs. Nel-
Mrs. Titus
Salads! Vegetable Jelled Salad or j visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Os- ; I
committee served refresh-
son Green Mrs. J. R. Brab: II
teen in Jacksonville Sun- -
.. Cottage cheese Apple Ring on ham, Mrs. George Huggms'and' fnents from 'an attractive tea I

Vegetables: Whipped Potatoes, Green Lima 1 day.Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Dahl, Mrs. Jack Hines attended the ta&le' which carried out the

Beans, Buttered Corn, Pickled Beets Mrs. Mabel Braden and Miss Vacation Church School Insti- Easter, theme.,..-- i

Desserts: Bread Pudding with Lemon Sauce, Jello, I I :Myrtle Reddish of Jacksonvillewere tute in' Ocala last Thursday, : '
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Herlbhgand THE"' RIGHT POINT for the t.j y q KHIiU
Whipped Cream, Orange SherbetCHEF'S Sunday visitors of Mrs.
son of Jacksonville' revisiting way"you writ. Come in andselect
> SPECIAL !' Errol Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. favorite ESTER-- g9 Y WOVEN

Broiled Filet Mignon Steak --______________ $1.50 \ Mrs.Mrs.Harry Claudia bupuis Alachua and Herlong on..Sunday..' BROOK your'Fountain, Pen. TELE 99 iNob i\\\\ \\ Nylon Gloves
; Bassettpf -
i Bake Idaho Potato in Foil, Tossed Green Salad, visited Mrs. W. B. Alexander Mr.and', Mrs. N.: G.-Comptori .GRAPH.

R Roquefort Dressing I I last Thursday. have r turned"t their home iriWUliamsporf N bloom for. Eost > Pick 'Your fatter
e r ,
+
n
i._. ; Pa: aftersspehd- s ond'flatterin 4 sha beautifu, i r g'o9fS-fa-'rt' '"r
.I o- ing the winter at the Dr. Barr -. from tiy whimsies to Aes huge filoose or shorty 'lengths $1

I.J }; Cottage on Kingsley )Lake framing ffTgjwmpjjuur i4velres. fac ., r'1' I Choose from whi*
Floridatheatr black.
Mrs. Elmer Fry of Williamsport J or

Hlf You'II' tI/ole"il e;beauty; ,admire the; er'Falls and 1trs. Stella Manor of Beav

Pa.have also returned

} ; quality! and c eel the low price! i:o* their homes. after' spending' << ,

'. -- the past six weeks with the S ,. IYE-CATCHIN0
)\ C niptoiYs'ndJ Mrf and. Mrs.F. :.

e s H.: 'K,..-amer'. in. 'Sfafke., + BLOUSES
w. Mr'ahd'Mrs: Randall I 6 } '
Chi sin
and family. .l andRobert. Crawford -J I ki tr4k ipSy $' '
I & ''I'\
visited'Mrs. Kizzie Chism FRI.: & SAT: I 111I. 2"
in St. George, Ga. onvSunday.
.
r r APRIL 13 & 14 flit
L
; Mr. and Mrs: G.:F. SnelTand ,
: { Liueiou MW tiykM essYo'
family spent"the"weekend witri '
FEATURE .
FOR DOUBLE f : a.w e4 u frilly 4acludl.Ac' _
JUST 1 5 iEA Mrs. W.:'It': Snell at. Daytona 'i: aww TJi Look*). Short HvN
srnonf r Beach. '- I 0 ....T,l.... WhIte MI ...
OPENINGr THE ALAMO: colon la riiM n to M.
AN i oete Set or1CCOIJicT HALOL4RK EASTER (

CARDS'AT' r.
OP $10 6 Silly ', BULLINGTON'S StarringJohn Wayne,I ; $
OR' MORE 1 s+oors ,M!". and Mrs. George Shepherd Richard ',Widmark, and WEAR THE FINEST CARP'SGUARANTEED

t of Gainesville, 'were visiting Laurence '
Harvey.
; i'a : her parents. Mr. andMrs :
:
111 i, ,. :.E Al\, Winkler on'. Sunday:' -PLUSThe I cvt
-
iaeGtft reFl'S Mr.. and Mrs Merritt 'Williams .
Qt were"In''Bustis] over- the y Fought i For. The UI-t NEVi s Nylon HoseHANDBAGS

Box b DIh1Et % A WEEK weekends Williams.visiting! Mrs.. M.. H. *fhnafe'Proe! tji ING
--
KWIYESI '!icier needs poiish!' Mr.-and'Mrs. N. S''Hurstof fhe'Iiast WomanOn

I ". IrkHkria&lisf: Irldw; 'r vfsi tt
_S S I 1 a ,ink''his' 'grandmother,' Mrs. W.S.csladeori .' < 2It.I ,
Will i'lot tereish! 98C .
; ; Monday while en-. I j2 1.1. .
Earth
'o 'te'io XftomT:'
i AT NO 1 ,
INTEREST ; !
i u '' vas Mr and"Mr. ). R'; p; gi''tnerof I t4v'at Fasts and
i :NO- CARRYING CHARGES 4 : a < Ar East-Boothfiay/Ma&e fcafe! I Cartoon "Munro" ::,..ha bags ?1gh1! 1r' l .Seamless, Seomleu .Stf s _

'-recently 'taken'_ :bverthetinani' i MON. TuES. I grateful shaPfe 1h.in' : Full Fashioned Stfttch '! :

agership.-ol U'Rancho"Motet i ) ; SUN;; & I ants. :) -' ;; Full Fashioned KOftt-RVftI
.
----- ---- -- bars: J.1,; 'Gentry- ,'Mrs..'Irene APRIL '15, 16 & 17FAULIGERALDINE ; .; F Ji1frv., 6WaugiS( [f Seam
I
: Clark, and Mrs. L..' D: Green w'' Fashionable New Getoa

are attending! Grand Chap Silts 814 to 11 -
0
.
19.PIECE. BEVERAGE SETI-- SlOW'; ter' oE Cat"th: \"'Colisetfm'Yn euijit t Ndl6nwWm.lNIC1 trl '-- l'
l
: Jacksbnvine'
: J sefer i- daW,- thfi- por+l. ,
weeYY-
I NWMBE r *,.. '. rr? .
q
Miss Gloria 'of XorslWee
CULTURED .Johns. Jacksonville ENCHANTING
I pen$ the' --weekend aK .
)
P arlln L$1g' t with Miss 'Akii1:>r lb'f-! >tand"
r t I Mrs; Carrie Ritchv; 1 fctfki FOOTWEAR
: /! I Id ,
I Miss, 'V1 i i'j: in' Gentiyf.vasenior -- -. ,-- I!

f. f ,fit $ at y esieylttfj'College 1 ; Cartoon For Loveileffquality fIts.: .... <

Ei 9 aeg i: Macon; rn:!" was "} omfe' "from "Fidi Wa. Kappa: I I -. I IM Ii
"
"'
Thursdayto Sunday- I i!
1 I -y I fR' j'iY1fiJ lIM. Mr:and Mr*.,Jack McComb WED: & THURS; 2" : 599
rf
A Pieces '
Of
: ilr Few and Mr.. and Mrs. J. Gentry APRIL1 18 x19
....
spent .the April 1st weekendin AJO .
C'tume Jewelry -s't r3A h G bliE t1Y .WARN1ENNik! ._
vr Petersburg and Sarasota Cone 201I j e e. fi!" skats. _
f attending. the laying'61 the ''QIf. bot.at tc, s. with 'the Mason's w. ,
cornerstone in the Scottish _oU. ,har newest styling -

A Yt .98 c Apr.Rite Temple 1. in Sarasota on I fr: front u. st- .: : ant fVIfy eed pair for comfort guar.-' ,,. i

.x Your Choice .! y fit and
.
: Miss'Jaekie:C y, whoim- I. rriirunej J wear. 5 it 10.: _
R Al .i. 111M 1ii<
SPEIDEL derwent surge lasf''Frfdai'hif'Alichai I rx f

General 'H SPIt. '"l', Hi'' .

.Ij : WatchBands' is expected home i today.LA'PEEL .' -
$ ? COMING FOR EASTER ., .
$3 lit
'reed 3 DQRENE-wbit, mooD
i : t\SION4JlI' %oft ti tv\% or Week potent. -Hig bxb '

....... .... ,-...,.. j ." 495 BAPTIST" ", Ici *J." m'--Ii otrot.-'ad or ncdfurn bed 4..til ;
,..... alt iXv I!
Rev. D. E..Willis, Pastr r 'f: -
\., Sun aT'Sch or9fS &." ''m.' ) .:d trtlsyst' KATHY-wfift* stl108tx. if IIf

t. Morning Worship 11 'a. m. ,..- mr.1tbej, wit* dr .p.

GeJI1 l rf Je I Evening WorshirAT PJn.IV> ,amp:

we1ryqv. : Wedhesd y'-'Prayer Meeting 5.99 _
:?,p. Tn.<- a iY lAp tatO.i W.A.ia4eisA'9M: .
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.11 ... -J" -'- Everyone invited to attend r i rr .tl r s "" '.

tit".-,,,.v w_- "...___ ... __' __ f' r -, all'services, _. : '
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I e THURSDAY, APRIl 12, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY Tl+'LEipAGE FOURTEEN PAGE THREE



81 Miss Matthews, Sandra Whitehead Charlene DennisEntertained i r Beta Sigma Phi 1| WHAT WHEN

.
t. Bride-Elect, Given Saturday At Sets Rehearsals ,
i s AND WHEREMonday
!Feted At Luncheon i
,
KeGa 4' rs Bridal ShowerMiss 'Buffet SupperMiss For Fashion Show (


Miss Mary Agnes Matthews. I II Sandra Whitehead, Mary Agnes Matthews ,, I i 1 Apr. 16
#! GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 934-OW1 Beta Sigma Phi Fashion
e1 popular bride-elect, was honored whose to Red-
1 I marriage Jimmy entertained for Miss Charlene OES, 8 pm. Masonic Tem-
Show rehearsals will be held
1 ] I at a beautiful luncheon ; dish will be an event of April Dennis and Willis Chesser at a

# Beta Sigma Phi i Floor ShowsTo Saturday at 12:30: o'clock! 20, was honored at a delightful buffet supper party last Fri- at the Florida Theatre Satur- ple.Bradford County Civil Defense -
c day, April 14, at 9 a.m., andI
given by Mrs. W. B. Sewell'at bridal shower last Saturday i,
day evening at her home on Staff meeting, 8 p.m.,
Holds Annual her home N. Walnut Street. i I Tuesday April 17, at 3:30:
HighlightJr. on evening given by Mrs. E. Adkins Street. Episcopal Parish House.

trl1 Preferential Tea Women's SupperTwo An attractive wedding bell Ervin Andrews and Mrs. Dave Spring flowers in pastel p.m.Those Tuesday, Apr. 17
motif was carried out in the Paulk at the home of the ; shades were used to decorate ,: interested in participating BUS PTA 8 pjn. Cafeteria.

party decorations. In the latter on Crosby Lake. of in the in the fashion show Wednesday, 18
:w Beta Sigma Phi sorority floor shows one at 6 foy- |i points interest party Apr.

:;a, held its annual "preferential" p.m. and another at 7, will er was a handsome arrange- & Lavender and white were the i rooms for this lovely affair. ,I, are asked to have their dress!I Spaghetti Supper, floor 1

seated tea from 3:30: to 5 highlight the spaghetti supper ment of driftwood, grapes, i ; :predominating colors in flower The buffet dining table in the descriptions in not later than I! show. 5:30-7:30: : p.m. sponsored

o'cloci: Sunday afternoon at i sponsored by the Junior Wom- blue birds, purple 'iris, and n. # arrangements used throughoutthe I dining room was covered with i i April 16. They may be given i iI !! by Junior Woman's Club, clubhouse

11 Bells of Ireland, and in the cutwork cloth and centered I to Mrs. Olin White Jr., Miss Public invited.
I the home of Mrs. L. A. Cano- an's Club, Wednesday night, party rooms. The mantel a |
va on Kingsley Lake. The April 18, from 5:30: to 7:30: living room a pink color motif in the living room held an ;, with an arrangement of mixed I i Louise Stern, Mrs. Howard ; Thursday, Apr. 19

1962 pledges were honor guests o'clock. was carried out in the floral I artistic fan-shaped arrange- flowers, with larkspur Bellsi I Meyer, or Mrs. Miles Sheppard -,!. BPW meeting, 8 p.m., homeof

I'1. on this occasion. Featured talent will include: arrangements of pink carnations ,{ ment of lavender and white i i of Ireland, stock, and snapdragons i Mrs. G. W. Brown.

Mrs. Olin W. White Jr., 'Mike Hitchcock, drum solo; sweet peas, .and white asters and gladioli. On the i predominating. This 1 The show will be held April Monday, Apr. 23

i I president; Mrs. Canova, and Jackie Bales, trampoline act; iris. z- television was a small silk was (balanced by burning pink I 19 at 8 pjn. in the BHS audi- Starke Garden Club, 7-30:

Mrs. W. A. Stern, along with JoAnn Scott and Becky Sellers, The buffet table in the din- 1 'waa umbrella, lined with minia- I tapers in low silver holders. I torium. pm., home of Mrs. W. H. Noll-

the pledges, formed the receiving comedy'act; :Dedra Harris, ba- ing room was covered with ture embroidered orchids, over : A seven-branch candelabra I Proceeds will go to the Florida man.

.' line. ton twirling routine; and sev- an imported cutwork cloth two figurines of a man and I with pink tapers graced the I Diabetic Children's Camp Saturday, Apr. 28

The home was beautifully eral other local entertainers. and centered with an arrange- woman and a white swan I buffet. Fund. This camp will be held I Chicken dinner, floor show,

decorated for the occasion Tickets may be purchasedfrom ment of pink sweet peas and filled with lavender and white The individual dining tablesin I Aug! 19 through Sept. 1 at 6-8 p.m. sponsored by Shriners

with individual tea tables cov- any member of the Ju- pink carnations topped by, two spring flowers. I the living room were cov- i I the Jacksonville YMCA Camp I and OES, Starke Elem. Cafe-

ered with white cloths ,and 'nior Woman's Club at $1 for lace wedding bells with bowsof The attractively appointed ered with white linen cloths on Bedford Lake. I torium. Public invited.

centered with yellow rosebuds adults and 50 cents for chil- nylon tulle, tied with spraysof refreshment table in the dining and centered with miniature I

and fern. dren. valley lilies. The three room was covered with a flower arrangements. Place I Anita Jane Crosby I Altar Society
The serving table was cov- course luncheon carried out white cutwork cloth and cen- cards marked the seating ar-

ered with an imported yellow Ethel Biggs Circle the pink color motif with a _____ __ tered with a white and laven- rangement. [Enjoys Celebrating Plans SupperFor

linen cloth and centered with Holds Meet At pink salad, shaped in the formof Rushees pictured at recent Luau party given by Beta n SigmaPhi arrangement in a white Among the 20 guests invited Her 11 th Birthday !! InstallationSt.

an arrangement of yellow a wedding bell, as the piecede milk glass bowl. Flanking were the parents of the couple ,.
sorority: 1st row ((1-r) Jackie Williams and Ann
Godwin.
chrysanthemums flanked by l nderson.Home resistance.The this arrangement were silver I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dennis Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby Jr. : Edward's Altar Society

j silver candlesticks holding individual dining tables Standing ((1-r) Joann Canova, Homona Hamilton, Dorothy Failing candle holders with white ta- and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. [, gave a birthday party last met April in the parish hull
I
..... yellow tapers. Ethel Biggs Circle of the were centered with silver and Faye Afcfirews. pers.: Silver trays'held dainty Chesser. I i Friday evening for her daughter and made plans for a covered

Mrs. Canova poured tea, and First Baptist Church WMU, vases holding sweet peas and sandwiches wedding cookies,, The hostess presented the i iI Anita Jane who was cele- dish supper to be held at the

was assisted by Mrs. Paul met at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday at centering the bride's table wasa Beta Sigma Phi Rushees Are Honored mints, and nuts Mrs. An- honor guests with a piece of brating her eleventh anni- May 8 installation meeting.

Hutchings, social chairman. derson.the home of Mrs. George An- silver vase of lilies-of- With Luau Party At Kingsley Lake drews presided at the milk I their chosen crystal pattern versary. j Mrs. Owen Vaughn, spiritual

Other committee members assisting the-valley, and sweet peas tied glass punch bowl. I I as a memento of the occasion. A weiner roast, followed by j j chairman, is receiving names
Mrs. Cuttino
were Mrs. Mildred Cut- Myldred pre- with a pink satin bow. Pink: Members of Beta Sigma Phi I Hawaiian place cards were Gifts were displayed on card birthday cake, was enjoyed at j! for the Good Friday Adora-
sented the ,
tino, Mrs. William Shiner, Mrs. "Commit program Missionaries topic and silver decorated place sorority held a Luau party for I used, and the table was decorated tables in the master bedroom. Miss Starke JayceeIs I the beginning of the party and I! tion. All families are askedto

Don Patray, Mrs. Glen Con- Thy Way"- cards marked the seating arrangement its rushees on March 26 at I with calendula and The. hostesses presented the. I then the 15 young folk played keep watch for one hour.
Are Needed. She j
ner, Mrs. Norman All n, Mrs. I was and also at each the home of Miss Marty Rozfern.I Leis were presented to honoree with an electric HonoredAt i games and had a twist con- I'I'I The list of names and hours
assisted by Mrs. Norman Allen
Freeman Register Jr., and Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. place setting were,miniature ler and Miss Leah Sutton on the members and rushees upon I blanket as a memento of the Dinner MeetingThe j i test. Ii | will be posted on the bulletin
Mrs. Arthur Patray. I occasion. 1 the church.
board at
silver suitcase nutcups deco- Kingsley Lake. I their arrival. .
Arvie Maze Mrs. J. D. War- I i The yard was decorated for
"The Telephone, a comic rated with wedding bells. invited to I II' A Rummage Sale is planned
Fifty guests were
ren, Mrs. Charles Phipps, and The buffet table was covRushees attending the party Jaycee's held a dinner- I' the occasion with multicolored -
Menotti, !
operetta written by call between 7:30 and 9:30: for this Saturday, starting at
to the tea ,.Mrs. H. L. Speer. Mrs. Speer Following luncheon the 12 ered with a beautiful yellow were Ann Godwin Jackie Williams : meeting Tuesday night at the I' balloons i
was presented prior j 8:30: a.m., with Mrs. Joseph
Robert Hendry and also reported,from the general guests played bingo with the cloth, centered with a large Dorothy Failing, .Joann o'clock. Garden Restaurant honoring I'
r bv Mrs. WMS meeting and gave a talk wedding bell theme. Prizesof silver tray of pineapple halves Canova, and Ramona Hamil- Miss Jackie Bales who is Miss. To Honor I'' Gissey as chairman. In case
of Keystone .
Floyd Baker Reception of rain, the sale will be post-
wrapping filled with PTA To SeeTumbling
on Stewardship. wedding gift pa- colorful fruit com ton. Also present were Mrs. Starke Jaycee. Other guests

Heights,Canova.Rummage accompanied. by' Mrs. Refreshments were servedby per were won by Miss Madge pate. The Hawaiian supper L. A Canova sorority sponsor I were Miss Bales' mother, Mrs.!Presbyterian PastorRev. j poned until Saturday, May 5.
Act Mrs. Stefanelli
George Henry reminded -
the hostess.Southern ; Middleton, Mrs. E. 'L. Mat- was served buffet style, and and Mrs. W. A Stern, i Martha Bales, and Mrs. Arn-I
the that the
1 thews and Mrs. John .M. Mil- members and guests were seated Next TuesdayThe : old Q. Smith. Miss Bales was and Mrs. H. Walton ;:, women
> The honoree also won a cushions director hand-crocheted tablecloth will
ler.
on at the
Sale Memorial long an entrant in the Azalea Fes- Grady will be honored at a'
I prize a reproduction of, an low Luau table, arranged on Mrs. Godwin won a prize School tival as Miss Starke Jaycee be given away on Mother'4Day.

Set SaturdayBy Day To Be ObservedAt antique water pitcher, and her the screened porch. Colorful for the best costume. Bradford High 3 last month. reception Sunday afternoon'I .
PTA will meet Tuesday at !
hostess also presented her witha from three to five o'clock, It was announced that First
Altar SocietySt. Crosby CemeterySouthern beautiful corsage of valley Sandra WhiteheadIs I Charlene DennisIs p.m. in the Cafeteria. Mrs. : During the program, Dr. A. I given by the Women of the j. Holy Communion for the children -
Carolyn Dyal will present her i Y. Covington, showed a film of St. Edward's will beheld
lilies and sweetheart rosesas j
Altar Society Memorial Day will HonoredAt HonoredAt physical ed class in a tumbling : on cancer. I First Presbyterian Church, to j I May 13.

will hold a rummage sale on be observed..at Crosby Lake she arrived. Following the dinner the !, be held at the Presbyterian II i _

Saturday' Apr: 14, beginningat Cemetery. at, 4 p.m.' Sunday, Women Bridal, ShowerAn Bridal ShowerA act.The nominating committee I Jaycees had a stag party at ;I manse, 390 N. Cherry Street. i j jI THE BIGHT POINT for the

8:30: a.m., at the old City April 22 '[Easter Sunday un- Little J will present a new slate of i the Jerome Johns Crystal Lake(I! The public is cordially invited :
lovely miscellaneous I write. Come in and
way you
Fish Market, 716 Brownlee der auspices! of W. T. Weeks Elect OfficersAn Easter motif was attrac-' bridal officers. Refreshments will;, home for Harold Beasley who
shower was given Wednesday i! to attend and help welcome select favorite ESTER-
Street. In case 'of'rain it ,will Chapter UJD.C. The public is tively carried out in the lovely on j be served by the executive j is leaving for Mobile, Ala. this ;' your
i afternoon of last week i the Gradys to the community BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
be held the following Saturday invited to join in the ,observ election of officers was bridal shower given Tuesday i for I board. : weekend. 'I .
Miss Charlene GRAPH.
Dennis i
,
Apr. 28. ance. held at the regular meeting night honoring Miss Sandra popular bride-elect. Hostessesfor I
Whitehead at :
the Pine Level

I :. Monday of the Little night Women's at the Club club Baptist Church education''' J. C.this Greene occasion, Mrs.were Charles Mrs.i I :ff 44&4'A.
j 8i
building.
II Hostesses for the a1t1
rI
: I : cIg house at which Miss Mary affair were Mrs. Owen Alvarez Hardy, Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs.masLewis ,.
.
_Ann-,Long, president, presided. Mrs. Roman Alvarez Mrs.r re,.$"4 .Peek
a{ -qJ .. .. Officers elected.were: presi- i) Jr., Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. M. H.
Bobby Sapp, Mrs. F- L. Watterson -! sn
dent, Sally Ann Epperson; Sheppard and Mrs. H. M.
Mrs. J. C. Sapp, Miss Sue
vice-president, Jackie Bales; Hatcher Jr.Arrangements.
FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL Jackson Miss Linda Sue,
recording secretary, Henri Lou of Spring
Thomas; Mrs. Winfred Tom- ;
,
Dennis corresponding secretary flowers in delicate shades
Make ,your hair behave with a"Special" ; linson Miss Betty Ann Lewis, were
I Marcia Haynes; treasurer and Mrs. James Starling. : used to advantage throughout I) r ti
; wave i Carol Searing. I the party rooms. The tea table -
flowers and
Spring potted
For your Easter bonnett with During the program, Mrs. in the dining room was INC. K
decorat
used In
plants were
all the frills upon it! I J. W. Kincaid talked on "The ing. The refreshment table overlaid with a linen cutwork "The Friendly Store"Eagle's ffl)) .. \&IJ i
i cloth and centered with a
Proper Wardrobe for Travel- !'
was covered with a_ cutwork
I Later in the eveningthe Spring arrangement in a silver
ing.
Zotos $12.50 Waves $10.00 '
cloth'and centered with a pas- buring I
members entertained the bowl flanked by yellow 1

Body $10 Waves . 7.50 Hi-Y boys in group singing tel colored arrangement of tapers in silver candelabra.On .
Spring flowers in a silver con- :
p the buffet was a lovely
and dancing, followed by re-
Children's Haircuts . 1.00 | freshments. ; tainer, flanked by pink can-i I! flower arrangement balancedby -
dies in silver holders. Silver "
a single silver candle holder -
; 6-week Colorelle Tints to brighten your Natural] trays and compotes held data-j' with a burning yellow ta- Lovely Collection I ;;

Shade (Reg. 5.00)) Presbyterian WomenSet ty decorated cake squares, II I
I

\\ ; Easter. Special $3.50Lorraine's i Bake SaleThe nuts The and punch mints.table was also I, per.The receiving line was com- EASTER DRESSES r !. J JA

posed of the bride-elect; her .
covered with a cutwork cloth j
First ,
Women of the i
h and centered with a crystal j j mother, Mrs. J. H. Dennis; the Parade of Fashions ,

i: Beauty Shop Presbyterian Church will holda punch bowl which rested in abed I I j bridegroom's mother, Mrs. W.
Full of
bake sale on Saturday. Apr. A Pocket Savings i
of greenery interspersed j! L. Chesser; and Mrs. Hatcher. .
., 410 Short St. 1 Block off St. Clair ,,14, starting at 9 a.m. in front with florets. Presiding at the i Guests were invited to seethe You'll be the Fairest Lady Y. r

Phone 964.7285 of Canova's Drug Store. punch bowl were Mrs. Bobby :; the Easter Parade in
I j gifts on display by Mrs. in your .dil.
Watterson.
Sapp and Mrs. }

Guests were greeted at the }! Charles Hardy. Punch was Outfit from Eagle'sDressmakers '

served on the patio from a ta- .& 2
door by Miss Sue Jackson and ,;
Miss Linda Sue Thomas. j] ble overlaid with a white cloth Styled By Many Famous !
I including ,- W
Standing in the receiving line i and centered with a crystal N ,

I( I II were the honoree, her mother, "
bowl surrounded? by ivy and "Henry Rosenfield, "VickyI ?
I, Mrs. J. B. Whitehead, and
i i Bells of Ireland. Mrs. Kyle "
i I I i and "Toni Todd"
Mrs. P. D. Reddish, mother of I Vaughn,
I i Ridaught, sister of the groom, .
the bridegroom-elect. A Beautiful Selection fI *
I I
at the bowl
i presided punch
the i I I
The hostesses presented

f honoree with a pressure cook- I and was assisted by Misses I In All Sizes 14 ;, e

pr as a memento of the occa- Kay and Henree Lou Dennis .. Petites 3 to 11 Juniors 5 to 15 xd-
1 I
I II I sion. \I I sisters of the bride-elect. Misses 8 to 20 Ladies 1214 to 2412TO ., .'

1 Approximately 85 guests j.: Assisting in serving were

woet GENERAL. ELECTRICWASHER were invited to call between I Mrs. Kyle Ridaught' sister of

w oe the hours eight and nine- the groom, and the Misses

thirty. Janet Hardy' Dee Walters,

I Brenda Lewis; and Charlene e

Hardy. Mrs. ,Guy Sale _invited

Damp-dry spin ... many Tea Honors the guests to the tea table Jf i

pieces ready to iron Recent Bride, and Mrs. J. EL Hardy, Mrs.

right from washer ...- M. H. Sheppard, and Mrs. J.
wall. Mrs. Cantey C. Greene assisted at the tea S For Her Loveliest Easter Little FashionsBy
: 4 0 Installs flush to table. Pouring coffee during -
cabinet depth for built-
; I Mrs. F. F. Cantey. the former the first hour were Mrs..S. L-
r in look
ii Miss Audrey Newman of J Peek Sr. and Mrs. Jewel Ri- Cinderella I
/ Washes large family" Starke: and her mother Mrs. daught. Mrs. J. M. Smith Sr.. !B

1 COMFAKC k. cleans ,smaller .... .. W. G. Newman both of Madison ; aunt of the e-elect-pour-
a GENERAL NEW "load. too were honored at a beautiful -- I ed coffee during :the second Girls Love Eagle's Colorful New Look

1 I CLOTHES ELECTtIC .. 3-zone.wosh- tea last Saturday aftpr- I hour, and Mrs W. B. Mundy For Easter :JE.

I I LOADS trig cleans clothes nnnn. eiven bv Mrs. J. W. I poured tea. Mrs.< S. L. Peek :. r
I WITH ....eu.__ BJg1B-pt: -l thoroughly jlitch and Mrs. W. B. Sewell : Jr. and Mrs. James Lewis Invited Sizes 3 to 6x 7 to 14 ,

't MODELS OTHEI SoW-..... CapacityI at the horn of the latter onI I I guests to the patio.

N. Walnut Street.A I I t Approximately 100 guests $$398: TO $$398!

.. ... ......... .. 5 floral and hptl motif I t called between the hours oft /
'\: '",....v ,,,.x." ,." ..z".,.,....., +.. ,,, .. : \\ "\-<'';:n-''H pink
was pnrn'M out in the decorations -t' 3:30: and 5:30: o'clock. '
'.O'UR'jfJ, )IG $JLVAIL"UE: .
'{ : ;; : tbrnnehnnt the P weH The hostesses presented the s Her Majesty
l home. The ta table with an honoree with the covered vege-

,w [imported cutwork cloth was. table bowl to her chosen china:
l EASY TERMS- centered with a oink 'sweet pattern as a memento of the BOUFFANT CRINOLINES t

oea and pink carnation ar occasion. They also presented

rangement. Attractive, nao- I her with a beautiful iris.corsage ; '

I : W.T.Bullington's kips with the ben motif,; as she arrived.Outoftown I, 1 Add That Feminine

further carried out the theme. ,guests wre "5. Touch To Her Easter Outfit 3

Mrs. James O. Seweii poured Mrs. Jewel Ridaught and Mrs. I Sizes 3 to 14 Iij

; Appliances hot coffee and Mrs. T. T. R. D. Wilcox. aunt of the .
j
Long poured Iced coffee. bride-elect of Jacksonville,

Thirty-five guests called between and
100 E. CALL ST. and Mrs Kyla-Ridaught *
the appointed hours of I Mrs. W. 1... Chesser ot Haw
PHONE 964-6551 lilt. MtII18 t
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?AGZTOV BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA TiIL'BSDAT,4RTL 13 13JS3; ,
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: .. ''.jt;' MAYOR'S COURT Boy Scouts ,, ,' . '4 b >' .n'."" ...< .1 !5 Woods Fires

E : I ::" -_, ;;i-;; .' '. I to. .. \ .
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7 &k24. :' !;. .' $'<: .. ... 'i.' <:; .- ... Reported Last Week
: Attend Camporee I: : ': ; : "" .. ..
Twenty-three cases were '
:
., .:\, :fj 'j:,.: .:, -< : '
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listed .
the Court
on Mayor's
t .\ "'1'" Twenty Boy Scouts: of Troop : .' CO1t4TY The Florida Forest Servlct
f Y'.t:: ..
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I : tiK'
I l j' docket this week, imposing a : BOO&fO in'
S Bradford
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70r: Starke attended a ,<. .. headquarters
Gyps That Bloom In The Spring ', :, i heavy load on Starke Mayor oree held last i, : Ranfal Cnitty Monday! night. urday at Camp Charles Francis : s in the past W'etk1th 13

r The Federal l Trade, Commission isissumg. dealings with him have proven satis-': Clifford Yarborough, public near Interlaehen., Fiftythree'patrols : 4,: : acres burned. Since January
intoxication, forfeited bond of SANTA FE REGION
: a timely warning to the nation's factory. from 15 troops, including 1 there have been 104 fires

S homeowners th spring is' the 3. Investigate. Check to make sure $27.50.Will Harris, public intoxi- 320 Scouts, enjoyed" thir, with 489 acres burned, as
S compared with 54 fires and
season when lots of things flourish the seller has a place of business in the cation, forfeited bond of outing. during the
Scouts were graded ,on junior: 293 acres burned
j Including' gyp artists in the home repair community. Many fly-by-night outfits $27.50. merit on back for two day camp:j j same.period,lat.year.
field. It that the old from hotel Enoch Jack Burnsed, publicI
seems same operate temporary room ,Ifaderslrp! ; carrying- all ,equip-, ; Rainfall reported during the
sometimes with a disguise, headquarters. I intoxication, forfeited bond of River ..8.inch'Hliri1 .
rajkejte,, setting up tents ,and ditching J past week'* Jew
blossom out each year about this time Guarantees.. Find ut'exactly $27.50. for: rainy weather; patrol tear ; .50; Santa Fe,

*nH many hoine.o\\ ers are hoodwinkedout what .is guaranteed, what strings are Geraldine. Simmons, Negro, work, spirt, ,cleanliness; cook ;

61 hard-earned dollars.. attached to it, who will make good on disorderly not guilty.conduct by fighting ing and balanced, menu. BOATbiLv BAPTIST

These :well-worn rackets involve it, and when and where the guarantor Perly Mae Simmons, Negro, With 1.100 points set as per. k CHURCH

tricky..financing, false guarantees, n isi can be found if the product fails. disorderly conduct by fighting ;feet row PatroT score/., the' from, Flaming Troop Ar.7( i,1 : k Morning Sunday Worship School,, 10 11 a.a.m.m.

materials} and 5. Price. Be doubly suspicious if 'not (
i representation-of exaggerated guilty. scored 1,025 and received a i s, Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
I t ({ 'performance.. The products the bargain price differs too much Ross Gilbert Buckley, public blue ribbon. .- Panther. Patrol -2 Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.

mtet usually sold include carports, pa- from the regular price in the area be- intoxication, forfeited bond of with 1,010, and* Wolf Patrol I, S :' : Prayer Meeting: Wednesday,

(los', window i frames, flowering shrubbery cause low cost may be designed to lure $27.50. with 990.points, received rec1 F I-_ : I, 7:30: p. m.

4 ,termite.extermination, aluminum the customer like bait in a trap. Walter V. Knight, public intoxication ribbons. .' : .
:
gatingfor; .houses and' shell homes, 6. Signature. DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING forfeited bond of Contests were also held in Ii j PINE LEVEL

:, according to the FTC. before finding out as much as $27.50.William Isaac Carlton, pub- the, Morse Code knot tying ;_ S 1T : ': -.;. BAPTIST CHURCH
fire flint and School. 10 a. m.
by, Sunday
-,'Tlie. agency says that reputable you can about the selling firm from a lic intoxication, sentenced toa stcei.andcomI
pass -? S Morning Worship,, 11 a. m.
businessmen are' injured by the fast friend the Better Business Bureau, local fine of $27.50 or to five dayii course't : '1 Hour 6:30:
Youth
!' Training
talk' glIb .assurances, and false adver- Chamber of Commerce, or other i in jail :, Troop $ 'Scoutmaster Scoutsr were accojnpanied'by -1 : t p.m.
DavJ.J c
tiSiricr;'of these.wanderine salesmen. - _n who, --- sources.seivativesSen.. i Leroy Donn, public intoxi- iti lrn"tU'n.t.>v ....,1 ,' .. ...ft"' .;I I'

fli'ni4lMnthe all-too-gullible pu 1ic..f But the FTC's chief consumer cation, fined $27.50; sentence :Scoutmaster S. Woodrow 4U ..Cailan.enny'Thompsbn' .! _._'_ "",, ................._..._ ._ -., -_-.m__ carried by the Bookmobile,

,; Daniel l J. Murphy, director of theFl1C's watchdog reminds us that some home- suspended. \ is Junior, [ :BookmoBllelibtarfans) :\\is. Edith Bloomer and Sgt. Condie Lewis, wave a welcome i Mrs. Bloomer and Sgt. Condw
Foy Clark, public intoxication Lewis, who staff it, take orders
bureau ,of deceptive practices, owners may discover they have been, ,. sentenced to five days ,Assistant. Scoutmaster, and I to Freddie Edwards, 19, of Brooker, as he is wheeled to library-on-wheels by 'from their patrons in thIS
urges prospective buyers to take a few gyped even after taking all these pre-j Mike Wells, Senior Patrol Sun. 'I
'IL Gainesville Daily )
I in jail. | S his mother, 3Irs. J. V Edwards. (Photo by courtesy rural areas and fill them
simple} precautions before investing inbome'jmprovemel1h cautions. i Leader. I
1 i Walter Smith, public intoxication I fiom the Starke and Gainevjlle *-

1 The. following six "If this happens, don't suffer in; forfeited bond of [, Leaders of the three patrols I Books On The ByWaysAnyone libraries.

guidelines were developed from experience silence," he advisesThe Chamber of $27.50. i i are: Billy D. Thompson, Flam- Freddie chooses a wide .variety -

of: FTC attorneys who fight the Commerce, local law-enforcement authorities Marion Glenn Crews, unlawful ing Arrow; Chuck Newcomb, of books, but science

lean-up.' fixmp':rackets: and any newspapers or radio: .speed, forfeited bond of j Panther; and Mike Callan, Wolf. ? fiction is .his ,favorite cate-

1 1. Compare.>; Don't make any major' stations that carried advertising! for 2750. | Other Scouts attending the For Reading gory,,Mrs. Bloomer says.

investment' in home improvements the unsatisfactory services should be Mack Love, operating a :(Camporee were: Jimmy Mo For readers who are not ye$
dance hall without a license!Maines, David Smith, Tommy I familiar with the/lJQOkmobUe
b' without 'getting estimates( from at least notified. If it's a product marketed
r)I forfeited bond of 5250. j! Lyons, Bobby White, Jimmy Thanks to the big, blue and In fact, in order to make than 6.000 books have been service, here is a schedule of
one competing seller.. This usually takes across state lines, notify the Federal' James Walter Prince, unlawful ,,' Moore Bobby Anton, Danny white Bookmobile, operated things as convenient as possible checked out in Bradford County its visits in Bradford County.

the. steam out, of high-pressure selling. Trade Commission and give detailed' speed forfeited bond ,Callan, Mike Smith, Danny i by the Santa Fe Regional Library for Freddie, the Edwards by patrons of the Bookmo- First" .and third Wednesdayof

'Rep 1 ble. merchants: are usually quite facts. I''of $27.50. |i Rhoden, Bill Alexander, Douglas 19-year-old Freddie home is a regular stop on the : eachjnonth! : J. V. Edward?

willing to stand up .to.:competition, but Observance of these precautions Johnny Quincy Godwin, Ilinson, Tdm Ritch, Joey Edwards ol Brooker is a very Bookmobile's itinerary in : bile.Though the Bookmobile is'' home (Brooker Road, 9:1i

the hit-and-run artists will devise a S might not eliminate gyp artists entirely, running stop sign while drink- Callan, Donnie Martin, and well-read young man. Bradford County. Thanks to' not a school service, many a.m. Moody's Store [New

thousand, reasons why you should signUP but it Would go a long way t ward cut- ing, forfeited bond of $27.50. I Larry Martin. The Bookmobile operates on: this service, Freddie has been I students in this area make River Highway 100] 10 to

immediately," FTC declares. ting down on the number of: hard-luck Dewey Taylor Jr., Negro, I the principle that "if you can't: able to finish high school I, much use of it on stops dur- 10:15: amReddish's Store

i :2.. 'References. Ask the salesman tales we hear each spring.frpm trusting'I public intoxication, forfeited i! CARl OF THANKS bring the reader: to the library, studies at home, and is con- ing the recess period, lunch'' IHeilbronr 10:35: to 11 amFarmRoadl .
!I bond of $27.50. i! tinuing to broaden his horizons hour, and after school. "It's Ca l':5: J. a wtey-St.a.te
rt tPt
fbi I bring the library to the reader. -
atpes and addresses of satisfied souls who have paid through the nose 1! We would
like
p Dewey Taylor Jr., Negro, to tae this ." through constant read- a real madhouse at Lawtey ] 11:10: to U:30.
4 : And this is literally true ,
customers and check to it in the neck. : '
to see if their get I opportunity to express !
; disorderly conduct by fight- I our in the case of Freddie, son of ,.', I. Junior High School from 12 Lawtey Junior High School,
ing, forfeited bond of $37.50. | sincere thanks and apprecia- Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards! : ing.Freddie's mother says that., to 1:15: on Bookmobile days" 12:15: to 1:15 p.m. Straw-

1'1' I General Walker "Victim" Of Himself Clyde Hampton, Negro, pub- tion sent food to all our friends who of near Brooker, who is confined I her son manages! to turn the .i says Mrs. Edith Bloomer, one berry wharf 1:20: to 1:40.Hampton's : .

ft i I lie intoxication, sentenced to and flowers and for to a wheel chair-unable -I pages in his books with a pencil I, of the friendly and helpful Store, 1:45: to 2:15.:

I a fine of $27.50 or to five day : their other kindness during: to use his hands or feet :: though he is not able to staff. Second and fourth Fridaysof
tq "his Goldwater-
testimony before Barry the -
( a jSenate illness and death of \
in jail. I our since early childhood. I I write. He also enjoys helping I Bradford County is a con- each month: Green's ,Store,
{investigating comtnitte :J last week Maj. didn't even turn to hear Walker, as'' dear wire and mother. .
up :
disorderly May Brooker
Clyde Hampton, Negro -
with their to 9:30 a.m.
Freddie is, perhaps, the his two sisters tributor to the Santa Fe Regional ,9:15: :
I I
Ge Edwin A. Walker demonstrated he might be expected to do as a member -1 conduct by fighting, God's richest blessings be with Bookmobile's best and most I homework. I Library set-up, which School. 9:35: to 1015.: Gra-

OZUBB ,again that generals make better of the parent Armed Services Com,] sentenced to a fine of $27,50i each of you. Husband and regular "customer." He readsan The familiar blue and white entitles this county to Bookmobile ham post office, 1030; to 11

officers. than they do statesmen, or mittee. i or to five days in jail. | children of Narcis Thomas average of 24 books a I Bookmobile has been rolling I service. This connection -' ajn. Hampton School. U:15:

I politicians. Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, a Massachusetts \ -i Norman Love, Negro, public Green. month, checking them out at : through the rural area of Ala- ,i also gives card-holders of to 11:50: ; colored school ,11:55to :

In }HtsaDortlvp! 'attempt to dramatize Republican with conservative! intoxication, sentenced to a the rate of 10 or 12 each time chua and Bradford Counties the Starke library access to i, 12:05. Theressa, 12:45: ,to

himself; as :the '"victim". of a Communist leanings, said ,he couldn't go"along with : fine, of $27.50 or to five daysin NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'the Bookmobile comes around, i i I for three years. It is a very I books in the Gainesville library 1 p.m. Starke: BJB School,
I
jail. that the undersigned desiring and reads this exchange basis :, 1:25: to 2:25 p.m. Starke library -
Walker's charges, and Sen. Howard them all in the two i popular service ahd so far on an '
In high to i
1 conspiracy places, the I engage in business under the
general Cannon of Nevada said they weren'tsunnorted : Jack Cherry. Negro, disor- I fictitious name of "WESTERX'Al.'TU week interval, between visits. year it is estimated that more S In addition to the books I 2:30: to 3 p.m.
has identified himself with the \ : ,
I conduct by fighting, sen ASSOCIATE STORE," at '-'S c. -
,.,.a.i..nnh : n bv the record.. i deny: .. 312 West .
,11 .. "" o1 .n"' "' O"'rl hnC I Call Street. in the ("itvof
If IvL.o5-i4I 1i.; &La.IJuvuI. uu UQ,03, -- tencea to a line 01 $ai.ou -
Stark Florida! : reg'ister
url : intend
to
f' t at the ,same time, perhaps removed. Senator Jacob .Javits of New York\ to, seven days ,in jail. .'_, the said name with the
r Vjiajself 1 as a serious! contender in the said "the radical ricrht is not only a. clisoy-{Clerk of the Circuit Court of S.
.
: N9rman Love. Negrp, Uradfo-rd. CiMinty.-flortta.i
i Tex/w governorship campaign'The threat to the Republican Party. it is derly conduct by fighting.t'J I CARL I.nTILA.X L. '.MINX MINX I'- FACTORY-TO YOU PRICE! : :
also threat to the Democratic
t: !' general ,has,- Jso'!'.shown thatthere'ls a IJarty.'NGeneral sentenced to seven.days in jailor i 4-12 4t 5-3 ;

:I : just asi&tjch'daarer in leader Walker is seeking the nomination -I ,to a.fine of $37.50. 'I I II
; for Governor of Texas the Democratic I
pip from th &natieal ./'fr right" on William_ .George\ Ingram, IX .. .
; COUNTY JUDG 'S COURT;, -.. -. _
ag: Rere is'in the,."&r JetLeaders of ticket. reckless driving in school zone, IX .VXD FOR BRADFORD i _
Sen. John M. Stennis, head of the forfeited bond of $27.50.Iby COUNTY FLOItIDAIN | J"H1 .., -
bolbjparties haVj efcjfnkeil this RE ...
and : Estatu of i iFRAXKL1X S _. _
Senate group that heard Walker's testimony E. BROWX, I T ; -
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rife-reported to Q."m posting' keep- ,
deceased. j iiirnr .-iii.o.o'r' .
atfay> ,signs asra&st-fjver'-zealous! citi- said he had no intention' of calling" -;, PromotedTo XOTICEuOo' FILING PETITION '
for inquiry into of! FOU FINAL DISCHARGE OFEAECUTOU. f.
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#ns) like Walter: tflib} profess to feel l an Superintendent '. I :;
tlt of persons accused bv the former general: TO \JLL WHOM.. IT MAY COX- i|
some the z\tioij's highest offi- "
c)ials/are\ entrafcpedv in., H-Cpmmunistconspiracy. of being soft on Communism.I'I Lewis Irby or Starke, local(' CEIIX Xotice: is hereby given that i) ;ffi !1 jj 11 Q R 1 iii'It'ii' ; c.

Ge'neral Walker's testimony. in agent for Gulf Life Insurance I have filed my final returns as;
: .The geuer4lsr.ot a frosty Executor of the Estate of : I
reception i> fr6rarJeadera 'VashinJ'ton-fiIled with overstatements Co. for the past six years,:has Franklin E. Brown deeased'Ithat. I,
: of tetjjt partis ::!, exaggeration and been promoted to superintendent I have filed jiiy, ; petition .fyr,! .
in. 'V! shinit n whence testi uied the unsupported. i distribution and for final dis- :
Idyalfr charges: -might well mark the _bednnihg -;,, in Starke and surround-i charge, and that May! 7, 196:::,j; JJIt% '
.Secretary of State Dean Brisk ing" area,it was announced by 1 I will apply, -to .the.'Honorable ,
of the end of his
ana :othel '. hoped-for buildun Theron A. Yawn'County; Judge! _
-r as cliafuni the the home office in Jacksonville of Bradford C untr-; Florida! for
r extreme right. If
Even .SenJ.tl>r --Strom- Thurmond;; pf. this week., The promotion I approval Q\'>aid',fln ,l .returns
bit so. it, :tHU, bave served, a worthwhile and for an prder vf distribution :
wfcd"sparsed th inquiry info alleged A few was effective April 9. I and for finaldischarge Eu- .. _. _.. _
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appearances tutor of rhl"\i1l: of tnanKlin E. : 'S -5 -5-

Walker muzzling appeared? of militarymen.madei, clear 'Several which thisinailHffectively i ? : "muzzle" General THE RIGHT POINT for in"and the I II I I trown. dece'ased,..; Rfipda' TAprtfll, Wiggins, 162. o".h".c.;..:-<,- -; .,......:; S r5k..>="_ -- z-r-:5: _. ,' t .5 5'P'. _ _ _
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I I Franklin 13: 'Srwwn, dweased. '
\j ill-conceived: attempt to reach martyr BROOK FountaUf* Pen. TELEGRAPH. -! 5}', 4-2 4tp 5-3 ,

:\ 1.: ,fai-haired) boy"; 'of tlie cohl status.for political gain. r : .. OITDTIC IMATUCC ,

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Scout:DriveForVFininces fi\h, :prospective' contributors,!At.The TabernalceA I -.;r, 11111 Dutiful ,,\ j : -v 'i'- -' .| "The Oxford" ;'. ..D .."',
JJ tftay e'alT Charles Sawyer rGllberjt For Easer Giving..a ,I .. -'- ." -. f
Col4\vire in order that :" t.
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S : Thil\ 4ay b contribution$r reserved.. : ..:receipt. .' carols". may depicting Daniel's interpretation WORLD BIBLE 1 I Low :p. ;

Persons who not of Belsh izar's dream, : II $ 95 Payments as as .
: are con-I I KING JAMES VERSION : ,. ;
i, :! nu .:.y. y ga drive for tacted' on Saturday, but wish vis used by the sponsor. in = S S = r "

the; o7.Scouto( America will 1J.d, 1' to....contribute, to., the Scout I I the Sunday morning message' I. .;.- 15.95rno. ... ..' 'ii','...:. ;.J, f 'i
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b1be1dituil3y.&pij1.J4. ,fu.n.lmay; ,seud ontributjons i at the Gospel Tabernacle.J f I .. II
: 'tiU -e' 'uFidsr ,>vay rttlx; '.abrcaKfast.V to.the Florida Bank .at I .. -' -., ,
kiht pFe1Iorp f 'thelall' Staike.j, Special music. consisted of ,a E '
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Checks .may .be made payable'tQJh 5- ,
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:..of, |he- First ?ojjlh! Florida; Council,I!'vocal duet by the Quigley with Qualified Trade < I Ii.

Melodist Church at 7.,a. m. .
: B.S.A., ,. ..... ,,* (j,,, brothers. and an instrumental)1thn6er. : : .
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'Avtll M Jpwreaent V?. give o the drive, sait: "Scoutjrig I Special'services,are In progress i. ; .- ;1/
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.canlife today. It needs jour,, 'at the Tabernacle this '
: ti *c1icerninZjthe; useo: ;!_teL is an fiilaAt phasof .m rl-I I week. The public Is, invited. -J 'e j I )'Mahogany Finish Cabinet ?-5.in. wide 29 in. high. Circuit with Discriminator' and double : limiting !
ricneSL trl1Jtltet1.. An''i 1.- I
L i. $ ort to continue to provide, i tube type AFC ; .
sIn JnterAsted in the BoyS ) j 23-Uu high drive picture tube
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leadersrip our space-age; I4p .
ScguU movement'. : -\ "-ttttepij. : w6H :The'Scoutlelders*ollfiis I J Separate. tinted safety glass 4 speakers: two 12-io. woofers; two 5-ln' ,tweeter,

\. the / eakfast., No one: community hope to increase the:I In loving memory of our t! 23,000 volts. 9 picture power ill fidelity amplifier with separate bass_ind,.treble
will, be msked. to contact more. I dear husband; and Jather. who 1 '
I scop of Scouting in. Bradford t Fulf loudness control lighted channel
Uvan fire prospective conributW passed 1 fidelity AM with tuned RF. J0r super senfiflelity Stay-set :
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: : County., during ,the coming awayAprij JO, .1961 in I 4 ,
:. .during the day.Persons I Staike F a.I 4 S hitb'Uy selector built-in antenna .
The
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*;4. '- wishing to attend be reached by: this program I We'smile with the world, i iit F3I with tuned RF Foster Seely peed stereo record changer

,* tl* breakfast max call thesiadi I the more good citizens we can I! But we never forget; ...eloquent gifta beautiful. way" to express. foojest< best wishe'! . .

fia\ Co. in St&rke ,and I For deep in our hearts of W rId Bibles editkws aoitafcle for I .
selection m
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f. mike,reservations. Those who 90. You live with us yet. !! dukfaca. Handsome', Compare This Outstanding'Value With Competitive Models Selling At $200 to ,$300,More.And You
breakfast think it over and give' generously. I I young people older readers, teachers,students
c4nnot" attend the Inserted bi loving wife. Betty :
I, bat w ruld still like. to ,contact I ." ,I and all the family. : i iit1 bindings colorful illustrations. ... many whimcs wiA Coacordance -, Will Understand Why The Trade Must Be Worth At Least $50 to $55. ..: ,/f, .'. '
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THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1962 BRADFORD>>. COUNT: IGRAPIL STARKE., FtQRIDA __ P.\GE H\'E:
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I t' I Church. I r V ers, 161 average.. Neoma Nelson and ;pill Nel-
ervicesVednesday Crawford Services i } ,ster. u o Alley:Cats'KeepFurtt |
Surviving are two daughters TWENTY-FIVE YEA R j LeonardNoegel, Alley Cats, ,' son, Bottom Scooters, 150.
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fqr; AJvin Parker : Mrs. Ernestine Beard of'':Held Last Monday j i! .' 1sIijAii* .PlaceJn 152 average. I Rozier and Harold
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:Pt'Ke stone f He i \\s!I: Centerville Pennsylvania and r OF CANCER PROGRESS I Ih Mixed Bowling Buddy Elliott Untouchables'!
'' Mrs. Virginia Boyd of ,Bee- ,Funeral services were held By Jax Man 4! . 150 average.:"' Davis, Alley Cats 132.
t. 1 I Monday in the Union,Primi- : ; .
I '' and Frank Jarvis
vide Texas two Rich l' Mary
Alvin Ernest Parker,: 84, of : son: "' The Alley Cats defeated the Top Ladies AveragesJune I
geystone Heights died in a ,, ard L.. Parker of Keystone tive Baptist Church for'W. T. |' Carl D:Minx, or Jacksonville Untouchables 3-1 to remain in.i i Norman Untouchables, Bottom Scooters, 130. -'
1 [IPetel Crawford who died last Today,miifions Americans : and Kingsley Lake }has purchased i I >
jGalnesvllle hospital Monday Heights and William U. Parki more | first place in the Mixed Doubles 145. I Vernon and Rachel Buff.:.
i Saturday in' the' Bradford have annual than they [: the Western Auto Asjsothte
Might! after an extended 1Di of Green Cove Springs and checkups League and the Blunder-: I Neoma Nelson, Bottom Untouchables, 126.
County Hospital as a result of did 25 Millions W. Street
Siess. two grandchildren. years ago. more Store on Call busters decision'i Scooters 150. i
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!I Services held Wednesday gunshot wounds' in the head know Cancer's Seven Danger I were from the Bottom Scooters to Ginny Rodermond, Alley
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wall born ia PrestonCounty afternoon l'at" the graveside from 'a .32 caliber automatic .Signals.Early detection and ,- management of the busi-' Bill Nelson and Harold Da-
i stay in second place. Cats 126.Mary' j ,
West Virginia on Des prompt treatment of cancer is : I I vivis
1 : pistol. ;, ness on April 9. :
s in Hope Cemetery at Theressawith the the American 1' Leading the Alley Cats to Jarvis Bottom Scooters [tie] 202.
t'mbf t r. 27-J&77/, the ,son of : the Rev. Merle L. Pack- Burial was in the family keynote ': Mr. Minx has been with the i ii I
Cancer the victory Leonard Noe- ; .
was 123.
[fie lte,George W.. and Sarah I ham officiating. Burial fol- plot in the Santa' Fe Ceme- education Society's program public i Western Auto organization for gel with games of 147 and 164 !] Ginny Rodermond 182. I
tery' with Henry'' Rh den andB. and for the six Top Couples Average
-Walters.. Parker., I t 1i2 years past I
Mf."Parke. i lowed under toe direction of' for an average of 155. -----
H. Rawls officiating. De- years has been manager of the -
{was 4v.retired steel worker,and C. Funeral : Buddy Elliott led the Untouch-
.. DeJVitt Jones
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Funeral Home
; t. Witt C. Jones company I store on Maine Street VOTE FOREwell ..
1& member of the Methodist! Home of ables with games of 161 190,;I
Starke.
I of Starke had charge of ar- in Jacksonville. He and his
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t and 148 for an average of 166.
.1.- i i I rangem nts. family have: been summer residents -
J xa JL I:, 1 I I In 25 years,the death rate from of 'Kingsley Lake for The 190 game was high for : Lawson

IVfany- Thanks To My Policy OwnersI :Softball, PlaTo I )' ,uterine cancer has dropped f,several years and win move the The night.Blunder-Busters were
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t f f SQpercentDr.teofgeN.PapanScolaou > !permanently into their home For
:0 ; ., Open MondayThe developed the .there after the present school led by Carl Lamar Johns with "
wilL t attend the Leadership Convention "Pap"smear, a technique for ,term. games of 169 and 135 for a < .
g of Liberty National Life : Starke Slow-Pitch Soft- '/ 1 tom' detecting uterine cancer in its !I. ,' 152 average. Bill Nelson led CountyCommissioner

1 Insurance Company at: 'the Bilt- ; ball League 'will open play earliest,most curable stage: JMrs. Green, 73, the Bottom Scooters with a J $
R ; i Monday night April 16, at This has helped save 176 and a 187 for the night's S
t Hotel' in
Palm Beach
more duringthe I thousands of lives Of Starke DIST. .
7:30: with Garden Restaurant \ : high average of 181.
week, of 15. attend-
; April My
: playing st lling'sTruck Stop. Standings W L GB
at this will assist (County at Large) '
ance meeting me On Tuesday night at 7:30: 'ii t Mrs. Narcis Thomas Green. Alley Cats 17 11 :

in better.servi g:the needs of mypolicy.holders"in Stalling will, play.... atural 73. died Friday night in a' Blunder Busters 16.5 11.5 K
this area, and I Gas and at! 9 '$:Brooker will 1! Starke hospital after a brief Untouchables 13 15 4 He will work hard and ,

; am grateful to my many friends .'pla/'Williams Jewelry w | illness. She was a native of, Bottom Scooters 9.5 18.5 7 lb impartially for all Bradford -
Research has led to ,
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who made it possible for Liz and 'I' Thevleat!< .harrivi8 'teams1 -, treatment by surgery and : Bradford. County and a memj Top Men's Averages I County.

? :- me to attend this important meet and will pltfy) ,every;Monday, radiation;;and to new life. j her of Union Primitive Baptist Harold Davis, Alley Cats.

i ing.SjgnedDyTCH. Tuesday" "", arid"Thursday Bg; ts: prolonging drugs.Today,over r Church. 164 average. (Pd. PoL Adv. [
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T T T F.- TxT: 1,000,000; Americans are curedof Survivors her, hus- Bill Nelson, Bottom Scoot i I
; THE: RIGHT.1' fir the band.- Willie E. Green; 'a. !
cancer:Oniyl60,000had t
THOMAS. I wag .yon' 'irrlte...CoWe fit an : been cured 25 years ago.TWENTYFIVE 4 ,daughter. Mrs-- Ronnie Mae ,
select ..your/- rite ESTER .. Lame: two sons. Purvis and
Representing Liberty National Life Insurance Co. BROOK?'FountafnKnTrEtEGRAPII. : -t r Delbert Green:'three'brothers;
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... ..:.-. -,- -, -. '-'-..'-,. .,+- -" YEARS ABO ONLY ONE CANCER Thomas::. two sisters,'Mrs.. Os-

: I PATIENT IN.SEVEN VfAS( SAVED"TODAY IT IS ONE I IN THREE. 1 pie'' Green, 'and'Mrs.. Sadie
Thomas: nine grandchildren:
FOR IT 1 IS POSSIBLE TO SAVE.'ONE. I IK" TWO. ,SAYS THE, I and 10 great grandchildren,

EA1V AMERICAN CANCER,SOCIETY.., -'" i all of Starke. 0
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Funeral services held
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i LOOK To Save More Lives ... Give More! at 2:30: Sunday in Un-
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i : ion' nmisuvewith : CiiVU"l1U. \ : I iI ij II ; Elder B.- H.Rawls 'and I ': .: :' \ :_;__ --I-lIa.N IJU\iA ,
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%WHAT'S at BARKMLE'SDRESS j Cancer Crusade Starts Monday !1 Elder John Forsythe officiating. '- I-

it : ,: ,.... '. .. ...t.t' ,.. i i, Burial was 1n Dyal Cemetery Yes, for ELEVEN consecutive years

C t' W4th tI -J House" Canvass 1 with DeWitt C. Jones .
.t I, 9-To- ( -. Funeral Home in charge of STYLE-MART has been recognized as the
: arrangements., undisputed quality leader among sensibly
I With the annual Cancer t ACS Held representative for I

,1 SHIRT Latest FashionsIN 1 Crusade scheduled for this this, area,'announced that'cancereducation County Cancer I! r priced clothing-based on unbiased

FREE month, John A'. Torode, president -l films are available ... laboratory tests. Isn't it just good judgment

,i of the Bradford' County;, for showing to various i Deaths'I Increase I to make your next suit STYLE-MART? .
j I unit'' of meric.an"Cancer So-: groups and organizations on From 7 to 17* : ,.
WITH EACH EasterDresses 1!.ci ty. "announced department: request festers advertisingthe -' I t -

1!, chairmen" at luncheon meeting cancer crusade are being Deaths from cancer in Bradford : i ..... __ REG. $55.00.s
J. MAN'S SUIT j I of 'the county board held : placed throughout the county County rose from 7 in

at noon Thursday, April 5. i, this week and insert sheets 1960 to' 17 in 1961. Clay rnlE.uiRTaoTH( Size 35-44 ..,
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i I at 301 Restaurant. I i will be available for use in County likewise showed an increase -.

1. UNTIL EASTER From j 1 Monday, April 16, was set I connection with church bulletins I!: from 22 to 31, while / ,.Jrw5C ..' as 'the'd te for a house-to- 1: at all churches in the Union County recorded the Long

-: In Regular Short !i house'can\;ass, with Mrs. Jos., county. same number of deaths [four]
f I'. I | E- Warren as chairman of this I Present for the luncheon in each of the two years.

: 1'! : SI195 ,! phase. of the drive.. Kits for I meeting Thursday were.John Total fatalities in 21 Central
And Longs $ |I each w rker-are being assembled Torode, president; Hugh B. Florida counties increased $
0# i, by BHS students thisi j Ingram secretary; :Maxie Car- from 1,206 in 1960 :to 1,338in
i week, to be distributed to I ter Jr.,Miss Louise Stern;'Miss 1961. Six counties, includ-

i As Low as $$2500 workers throughout the couni Dorothy Ross, Mrs. J. D. ing Alachua and Baker, show- from
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j Doyle. Mrs. Hugh Ingram,. S. '
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from 1960 or 61. INC.
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G Denmark, Robert E. Firth, Deaths' from cancer for the !Irit1fe' Your Friendly Store

.. i I I'I's committees ecblgifts;are S.:,G.Fred Denmark, Snell. : Mrs. H. Knight, Mrs. Arlin ..Jstafe ;increased from I[ .

Men Sport Coats LADIES. and Julian" McRae co-chair-: !, McKnight, A. N. .HoUiday, Ju- "7.719. :-hi-in'186016? ', '8,274, in' 1961 'j I! ,

individual businessmen; \ lian McRae G. F. Snell, Randal u-
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Randal Chitty trades and industry Chitty, all of Starke; Mrs. ..,'. ,, '< :,., ,,
< :" ; ,;.:." ..jf: Extra Light WeightAnd Hats'Sf : ; Clyde Terwillegar golf y : '''>' <::.:.:' -. '
D. E. Hill and Mrs. T. J. Al- S ., :
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Just Right For. ;1 Adams tournament, educational; and Dr.chairman.i H. H. : derman, Hampton; and Irene ", _i'N i.' J .,..
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Hicks of Gainesville. c ; f :
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The Final Touches To leq for Easter l i, Robert E. Firth was named, I S.% } \!_.. L. ; .'... f'
of the Bradford -
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president I POINT for theI
THE RIGHT
Your Summer Wardrobe ti. County 'board of trustees for I I way you write.. 'c me In and .I fD' } \
remainder of the replacing I lL"r": .
the : year select your favorite ESTER- 1 1 : }:
$$395 H. '''B. Peyton, who .- I. l.
BROOK Fountain Pen TELE- ,:
From $$15.95 i : resigned last month. GRAPH. i... .n

Irene Hicks of Gainesville. ,., 1 ', .:. ; .
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NEW &SELECTION-- .. ;\ ./ 'f ,;J"
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Selection Many Colors n f < ; ...., 'J

YE-STOCK A COMPLETE IIKE OfgROCERIES ..,
; Dress Pants Ladies Gloves' from rl %

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In. Regular, Short, .. .. I K 3
: atid'L'ongWaah'n'Wear' LADIESllandBags2.994.95 607 E: BrownTee- Ph. 969.1093Open t rK ,y9tx:: ,.t

I, : '7' days. 'week 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.

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Air Colled Dress Shirts Check. . our Many Stylespress ERJSH.FI.a! '.d \ 'S : f
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).I t .. i r '. newest member of -the Standard family < '

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J :Spareribs S'-S: ; .' .. :- .
I Boy's Suits, Sport Coats FOR' CHILDRENrt ." ]! -
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....., ... 1 5SPOKED Something'net your Standard,Oil station! Economy Crown Gasoline
Pants The Fanciest in the -newest member of the,Standard Oil family of'dependable'motor fuels,
and.Dreas Shirty .
i I I -. :. ; for,generation*'the_most popular in Florida.

rlust Easter ; ', ECONOMY CROWH is a new, lower-priced gasoline-designed! for ., ? aarrtpi,
Righffor i faster .. Parade' : the..m a ny.the road that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock. .
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'? Make. It A Grand Easter For All The Famil By .Making"I find anew gasoline value in improved Crown Gasoline-now 'at'an '

It.' "* -I I ir? "' ''" '' Meat FOR r: 'J: ,all-time! high in quality..Moves your car up in'performance while holding

Your Selection 'Qf J Individual' ClotKes ground ., driving'costs dowse

.S Improved CROWN EXTRA: Unpopular premium gasoline now at iii

W"BE&{ aU-time high oT'intf-lnocl: quality] .=designed for those can requiring. fs

I ,..It .the ficest m'performance characteristics. i- -- 4,. K. DUNCAN/ Agent
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Barksdale's F ., ., .' : Stop at a Standard Oil station today for dependable gasoline that'sjust "

t : ,right forjr0if! carlSTANDARD !. Starke, Fla.,

it I- 'Ql'.r., .. ilL .4ver 'Lt IL. .--. I\' j \.'OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY. ). :. __'
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Armament I. '" Top Ladies Bowlers Leadership Conference, April I

*c, Baseballers Elaine Griffis Williams 15-19, at the Biltmore Hotel I

Supply Win In .." .'. ; -.. -; i::. ., "..-': 110"-.;; ,l...... Jewelry 132 average. I in Palm Beach.J. 1 gqggI1
..... i'f! .. :'f.! i) ., \!." .,f '
if" i?.:.. ..if Lavonne Jackson, Dreamers, E. Jones, W. D. Thomas
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Blanding Bowling ..'.. 'a, ,.' : :' .J'"Ie ': ,-7 '..I.. m. "' '" ''Vin 1 Lose 2 129 average. i and M. I* Hanks are membersof SEE

"., .14','"'. ,',' .",:_.
'' .., f . ; Majorie Wade, Rebels 120 for'
2"t.NIRf: ; '' .:" .Jf: ... ,' 'f.'J .... '' the Torch Club, chosen
;;.supply and Armament sections Ii, ": t -'W.L ; ,; '' *''. average. ; sales records and

won matches against r; ;, ->',,-""' "' ....--.. .. ."'.......,.''.. : : '::.t.. < ,:, : .,,.:i. f f : [Continued from Page 1] Hazel Griffis. Dreamers, 118 outstanding superior service to policyholders ELECTRIC GlASS WHOM MATS
... :.. "> : ::;>;"''''''' : : :,,: --{: .a. '" .
JJSuto and Electronics in the -, ,-" ; "" '''''' : : '; ; .: ')1'":.:"'' '- w average. I -
fecond half opening of the'0"MS : .... :- / -7' :.t' vi mound and wound up with during 1961. \
r'' .' High Games !
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/ the
: win.
League last Friday. .. .. .... 1t -
... .f /. Lavonne Jackson, Dreamers -
Starke broke 2-2 tie with
a :
,t -Wight. . 206. ELECT r-lii::
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::Supply took S'/fe points from -. ." ....- .. .. ... ...-.....--,..---.. .. '. ...,..... ..... ... .. .... .L./ ... ..... ... -..." ,. ........ ..' four runs in the last half of Lynette Roddy, Noegels Au- _
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Automotive by the I Iiffrsi the third and led 10-2 before : 1--
winning
50-yard dash was a popular event and drew much interest from spectators and participants Keystone rallied in the sixthto to Sales, 196. JA"RG"
two games and tying the i Majorie Wade, Rebels, 171.
I alike in the annual Jaycee County Wide Track Sleet last Wednesday on Bradford Field. score four runs.
Jst game. IJigh scorer for t Topsy Ebling Rebels 171.
I
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The three Tornado
pp1y. was Ray Griffis with batsmenso GRIFFIS ;
Sponsored By Jaycees "> far this season are Jackson __
a.515 [I200J game. High score ::;.. it... Insurance AgentsTo
for the losing Automotive \c: ,,, with a .510 average. Lennox
was _
: 1iff Griffis with a 511 [1971.] Lawtey Captures County-Wide Track &MeetLawtey ...:; .t''"< .Kelly at .478 and Terrell at Attend Meet YOUR -1

"*Armament won 3 points by .429.The
i Tornadoes will next see COUNTYCommissioner I
nning two games from Three Starke area agency

:1ectronics, while Electronics ; i action against Santa Fe here representatives of Liberty National L 'LJ
I Junior High School ) Friday at'4 p.m. and also Sat- _____ _
2Js only able to muster one I won the fourth Annual Jay- p .",. '.. ..' urday with Green Cove at Life Insurance Co. of' .
point by :winning the lastgme. 4 1' ; "<"' ,- Birmingham, Ala., with their
cee County-Wide Track Meet ':m' ." ,
,
: High score'for the win- i by scoring 183& points to 1', : : k '' -''.';: *..:.... """"; 9'.. .. 7:30: p.m. They will also face wives, have been selected to DIST 4 ,
6 "" P.K. Yonge. here next Tues
,
'.
iiasr was Warren Ebling 478 | Brooker's 115 9/10 second ; d .;.. .: day.Noegel's. attend the company's annual (Hampton, Graham, _____

;f\79J.] High score for the I I place try.Bradford. ,: .. ... il Theressa
loser ) I ,
was George 'Winkler 617 I
I High took third
*t2241. The 617 series by I with 114 2/5 Y"f Auto
place points jJ County at Large ,
Winkler set a new record. while Starke Elementary had ;Wins Ladies
:
TERMITESSWARMING
t..., I a native of Bradford County and live at Graham.I .
78 1/5 points for fourth place. :,c.- .., .< .._ .,. .__. .. ... am
--- -"-'--- Title veteran of
Senior, Citizens Southslde Elementary and Bowling ? am married, the father of three sons and a

-., Hampton Junior High were 'k With a strained<1 expression on! foreign service. I am seeking the post of County Commissioner -

Club Is Being'Organized the only schools not to enter her face this young girl stretches ,. Noegels Auto Sales defeated In order to serve the people, help our County's financial
I the Dreamers in a sudden
the event which took place migtitly for distance: in the, situation and continue to keep Bradford Countya
death game last Saturday '
!, on Bradford Field last Wed running broad jump.H I night by 599 pins to 577 pins 1i ) I Food place to raise a family.

HJjAll persons 50 years of age nesday. to take the Starke Ladies
*..nd over who are interested Eleven records were broken : Bowling Championship. I am gainfully employed but feel I can give this job my

3$ joining a Senior Citizens and one tied during the two :L_ ., The league ended last Friday -II call I full support. I feel I am qualified for this post in every re

Club should contact John|land a half hour meet which night with Noegel's defeating I spect.

Impson at 206 South Water : saw 262 children participate.
Williams 3-1
: Jewelry
and over 50 spectators .look Your support and ,'oteill be sincerely appreciated
-vfitreet. Mr. Simpson's phone
: and the Dreamers beating the

I ;number is 964-4034. t 1 ion.Division winners were: : Rebels 3-1. Both teams fin- (Pd. Pol. Adv.) .

""The program is being organized ished with identical 15-9 records I
Small Fry Boys, Lawtey 33 _. ._
. the City Recreation while the Rebels ended .
through Coach Dave Hurse raises the starting signal as a group of I -
points girls, Starke Elementary -
Program and a meet- : I up in third place with 13-11,
Small to the dash.
25 points; Winner of Fry girls get ready try 50-yard
for April24. i and Williams Jewelry had a
,arig is being planned the entire Small Fry division ...........
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9-15 record.
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I Lawtey with 58 points. .

";;Persons interested must register -'. It was was Lawtey all the way in '. \ ..1$1!",. .,, .... :........ ...., .... f./:>. '. ,. following The playoff night was with held Noegels the

I so that plans can be made .the Mite Division with the ..', ; ,... .. :;;.. '8+ ; _
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.. ; : : Ji.: winning two games and the
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..." .- ;:
tallying 27 points and j. \ ?i1
girls \
br the first meeting. "; .
. ... ... .7 :. 1:' t.. t-_. :-..".M' : ;...' .;.1;. Dreamers winning one and 20 Words or less, one time h_-________ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ________ 5c per word
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'!"i ,.'; ; .f" taking total to make it
.. .L<, ." -.-- --.- --- -- .'" -- -- '. -- ;:... .. .O-. .,,''.\1. .:'.'_. ..... ."! .,', ... ... ..... : +'" pins If not paid in advance ----____________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ______ 2.50

? J "... .....,. .. : f\\ 4. C'\ 22.Both Keyed or Blind Ads ________________ 1.00 Over 50 words ,.._____. ___.. __ 5c per word
.' teams decided to play
PALM TREES I \} It 'k :, :'J : .. one sudden death game and Each additional word over 20 ________ 05 Display ads in Classified _____ 1.50 per inch

A-. Noegels] won by 22 pins. Topsy

: I .. -. ," .---'-.... "' ." -- ?-- -_ .,-... ........ ,,. ....'.., _. Ebling was the leader in the HAVE OPENING for 1 $90.00 I YOUR OLD WATCH will ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
5 to 10 Feet - $15.00 per week man. Age 25 to 67. I make the down payment on a EVENINGS. MONDAY

: The -a :MUlffct eiris naa* the finish lica ia tbc 50-yard dash . : victory with a 171 game for We also have openings for beautiful new Bulova at THROUGH THURSDAY. All
>; 10 to 15 Feet . $25.00 ,J - - Noegels. High average for the $65.00 per week ladies. 21 Dahmers Discount House.tfchg High School' subjects. Business -

the boys 31 for their winning Volleyball Throw-[girls: A flurry of action was about I! night was Hazel Griffis and 37 to 63. Permanent. I Courses. Conversational

BENT OR ORNAMENTAL I i ii total of 53 points. Lawtey was only], Bonnie Bailey, Law., all the camera caught as this I Lavonne Jackson of the 659 necessary.West Peachiree Write Mr.St..Neeley N. E. I FOR North SALE-Five Carolina room mountains.housein Spanish.Testing services.Mechanical White Drawing students -

? I relegated to second place in' tey, 51', new record. youngster was. demonstrating! Dreamers with a 142 average Atlanta 8. Ga. 4tchg 4-26 I I Paved roads. Five minutes : contact L. H. Gibson.

: 10 to 15 Feet . $35.00 I the Midget Division with 50 Yard Dash-Regina, his prowess in the football',!I in four games. : Former Marvin Griffis Store from town. Contact Box 861 USO Bldg. Office. Negro students -

Bradford High winning with : Gladieux, Lawtey, 7.6 seconds,I throw. I Final Sta.n mgsV L GB Building 623 E. Brnwnlee St. or phone 964-2661. Itchg : contact Prof. Eddie
,
: All Prices Include Delivery and Setting I Tbompkins.] RJE High School.
I a total of 80 points. Lawtey'sMidget new record; Ken Hagger,, Noegels Auto Sales 18 11 for sale at reasonable price FOR SALE-Lake Front. tfcht

Free Estimates all LandscapingTR1COUHTY girls came through I Brooker, 7.4 seconds. I Dreamers 17 12 1 Lots. Santa Fe and Lake -
Type and terms to
: on only] Linda Brassell, Law-, responsible buyer. 106 Acres with 6 room house.
Lockloosa.
however, with a winning effort Softball Throw-Linda Col- r Rebels 13 11 2% Terms. Guy Andrews -
bath. Sacrifice to settle estateat
73'
ley phone 964-6811. tfchg
: : of 31 points while Brad- I son, Starke Elem., 90', new r Standing Broad I William.- .s.tJ.'ewelr. y .. ,_9 15 6% A. J. Thomas, Realtor 20000. $5.00.0 down
Jump-
I DEVELOPMENT ford High won the boy's division record; Kenneth Hagger,,I [ ;,,1-- .. ._ ._'___ __ '. FOR SALE Three bed- Strout Realty. U.S. 301 South.
I girls only] Barbara Masters, CONCRETE DRIVES all room house good location.
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.. I, with 60 points. Ii i Brooket, 160', new record. Starke. Phone Waldo 468-
Bradford High. 77 1-4". You'll Find Plenty Of kinds masonary work and Reasonable down payment. 1766. Itchg
"R. F. MERRITT GO. RICHARD JONES \ Individual winners by division Running Broad Jump- Football Throw [boys home modernizing. Also Sum-; Financing arranged. Contact:

were: i Linda Colson, Starke Elem.,,I Real Bargains And Plen. mer Special 16' x 16' Patio I Community State Bank. FAMILY, GETTING TOO
; only] Lamar Woods, Bradford SMALL or too large for ?
Lake Butler 'Macelenny $180.00 tfchg you
complete. Phone
969-
Small Fry Division J 9'9", record; Bruce Cubbedge, '
High, 921V. ty Of Parking Space At 2362. See :us for sale or trade for
Phone HY 6-4267 .,Phone At 9-7641 !! Stinding .Broad JumpL -1 Lawtey, 11', new record. 3tchg .-191 FOR RENT Four room cottage orooerty that meets your
\ 100 Yard Dash [
,- .'.t ___.t. .- '. ..- Iboys only Charles Smith.1, 200 Yard Shuttle Relay.- only] w. E. Gault'; boys RELIABLE, MAN. or WOl\1AN1, ., unfurnished on Colley needs; Strout Realty.. U.S.
. 'Lawtey, 69%." B r o o k e r [Libby Tetstone Lawtey, : FARR'SI To take over Watkins Routein I! Road. $35 per month. Box 301 South Starke. Phone Wal-
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_. -- -" -_ .. .' ,. '._.. ... --. --.- c--__ '-.. '-. j 1",1, JL (!", I non 'D""" Too" 'D"...: 12.2 seconds, new record. Starke. Good for up to $65 I 861 or phone 964-7111.--__Itchg_. do 468-1766. Itch
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-,_ .. '-. .. '__ ._ _-_. __ _-. ..__ __ ___ _". ___ _U".0 -. .' .,',"I rish, C'd"H; ilto ]; La'; High Jump-[boys only] I weekly to start. No invest- LOST BY HOGAN SMITH-' INCOME TAT SERVICE<
1 Pat Castlen, Brooker, and Center $10 Reward for return of tall C. F.. Inrrr."*\SON
I tey [Charles Smith, Mike Willard Raulerson, Brooker, ment. Set your own hours. slim black Hound with long SATURDAYS

.Norman Earl Griffis, Bruce I, I Permanent opportunity. Fullor ears. Tan on head and legs. AND
3 feet. 2 Miles South
on
We're LOADED Cubbedge part time. Watkins Products Contact Hogan Smith. or Herb Mon. Fri.; after 5 p. m.
Running Broad Jump-[boys U.S.301SPECIALS Thomas. 2tp 4-19
II j Mite Division Inc., Dept A-2, P.O. Box Call 9S4.1145!
only] W. E. Gault Lawtey, i
No. FOR SALE BY OWNER 591 Pratt S*.
50 Yard Dash-Mittie Dix- 2447, Memphis 2, Tenn.
I 13'11", new record. bath '
I Ion. Bradford High and Loretta ; SHELL HOME TERMS rooms and installedwall _ _lOchr. 4-J2.
:Midget Division to wall floor covering -- -
WE'RE PROUD OF IT--- Starke Elem, [tie] ONCOUCHES EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
b I Knapp I 50 Yard Dash-Janice Large furnished home with lot!! swimming pool one acre on
I 7.2 seconds; Richard Wil-, paved street near school. Will WANTED. Apply in person at
1 in St rke. New floors and i
i Mott, Brooker, 7 seconds; I consider other property for Garden Restaurant.... tfchar:
hams, Starke Elem., 7 seconds -
STOCK --- -
WE'RE BURSTING WITH
I tied record. [girls only]. wiring, newly painted inside Dart payment. Phone 782- Complete New Homes
and out, convenient location,
Standing Broad Jump STUDIO 3361 Lawtey. 2tp 4-19 Save time and inconvenienceof
; Softball Throw-Cheryle
FOR i [girls only] Judy Padgett, REGULVR paved street. Hollis V. FOR SALE-New modern 3 buying lot, planning house
Cubbedge, Lawtey, 113' Paul
; Lawtey. 73". Knight, 131 West Call St. bedroom and bath home on 1

I McLeod, Starke Elem., 147'. .Volleyball .Throw-girls. [ I i SECTIONAL SOFA ; Itchg.I' acre.. 3-4 mile. .east of. US 301.' Wo and,. .h"v waiting, fhAm for..n.construction.,. .......A.. c4ua ,-..
I 200 Yard Shuttle RelayBrooker I II "' oavea roaa. (between two mo- '- & UJW ''' LW
EASTERDon't [Sue Douglas. Ramona only] Clarice Coleman, Brad lo OCALA NATIONAL tels. New River Rd. School I occupancy. $287.50 VA or

I Harrell Ernestine Lester -I ford High.76', I $22 $39Bed I FOREST bus route. Contact C. B. Bar- $425.00 FHA. Payments less
CAMPSITES
200 Yard Shuttle Relay I bour at Barbours Auto- Wreck- than rent.A. .
I Dottie Kelly]; Lawtey 80 X 100
[girls only] Brooker [Reginia I in? Co. Lawtey. 3tp 4-19 .
E. Gault, Oral Tanner I 4198 Cash or J. Thomas Realtor
I'I'W. If
Harrell Janice Mott, Alice Room Suites COLONIAL FLORIST
$20 Down; $9 mo.
Wait 'Til The Last Minute I Manning, Reggie Nor- Knight, Patsy PadgettJ.] Access to Launching Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. HASTINGS MATTRESS
man] Flowers wired any place. Flows -
Softball Throw-Carolyn I NEW Ramp on Oklawaha River.
Ladies I Hop. Step Jump.-[girls ANGUS HASTINGSBox for all occasions locally. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

JerseySLIPS t only] Dottie Kelly, Brooker McKinney, Bradford High1tie ; I Bookcase Bed-6 inch I 140, Fort McCoy, Fla. Phone 964-6291. sot But. _
.._ 719 Lemon
[ ] Don Lee Lawtey and I 'l.TAA n. '-1 KL PJik*
Ladies' & Children'sHundreds i 26'4", new record. SEPTIC TANK cleaning and L'IJ1FOR O UC 1f
I 73C Henry Thornton, Bradford Foam Rubber Mattress, Fumiurepafred, Up
i Volleyball Throw[girls I' I feed line service. Joe Forsythe, SALE-4 bedroom home. holstered & Refinished
I High.193' Springs Chest and P. O. Box 184. Lake Butler, 2 baths. large utility room,
I Running ,Broad Jump. Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. separate dining room. MATTRESSES REBUILT

Ladies NylonGLOVES ; [boys only John Sanford, I Dressers I 4tp 4-26 screened front porch. Lot 2 New Innerspringsand

SHOES 86 S StopAt \ Bradford High 16'. i ALL FOR OFFICE desk, chairs typewriter Phone acres. 1126 9641001.West Madison.tfchg Box Springs
'
: High Jump-boys only] I filing cabinets and miscellaneous -t,- Drop Ui A Card or CallPALATKAEAS.916

,! Frank Goolsby. Bradford .$ 139 00 I equipment of T. I FOR RENT 2 bedroom
Our Model Home .1 $
: ,
I '" house. 6 miles north of
4'92". z
High .
1 Ladies Sleeveless I !'Frank Landrum law office.I Rtarke. Hiway 16. Phone 964- STARKE 964-5934
100 Yard Dash-boys[ i i Cash sale. Shirley Landrum i! 1513 J. W. Gaskins Starke. AIRS. PEGGY 811A11. R.

$ F 91 BLOUSES 57' only] Lamar Sanford Brad GROUP_ 2 i: Administratrix. Itchg''I_ tfchz Starke, Agent
I .
LookAt ford High. 116. ---f .
Of Styles I ) Beautiful Poster Bed ALL STARKE HOTEL FURNITURE |POR RENT Furnished apart-
Hop. Step, Jump :-Patsy i what jments. Reasonable rates..Near GAS STATION for rent $35 f
I I[ must go. Get
To Choose Children 414SLIPS Padgett, Brooker, 26'5"; A. C. j! Springs and Mattresses you want now from 26 furnished I shopping center. Phone 969 monthly, Inquire Post Office.
Our Many Plans Hampton. Fla.
!2011 or call at 213 8. Cherry ltp
Kirkland: Lawtey, 28'8", new -Dresser and Chest I rooms. Hollis V.
FromChildren's 2 for $i : record. .. I I Knight, 131 W. Call St. Itchg I II St. Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchs FOR SALE '
I Maple I I I Used Refrigerators $29.95
up. f
[ FURNISHED APARTMENTS:
Football Throw boys
FOR RENT-Furnished apart- Used ,
I Televisions $29.95
i and water furnished. up.
: lights
ListenTo only] James Roach Bradford I ALL FOR ment. Also 3 bedroom house i! Convenient Terms. Free de I
S Inauire Bullinsrton Studio
1: or
Ladies WhiteBAGS.97c High. 124 feet new record. redecorated. Close in. Won-i 321 West Madison St tfchu livery. BullingtQB Appliances.
: I : derjul location for beauty 100 West Call St.
110 Yard Hurdles-David ( parj j j Starke. Fla.
The Low Payments I $89003Drawer lor or business with living I PEYTON FLORIST
I FOR SALE:
Shannon. Bradford High. f -Washing machineat
Quarters W. H. Nollman.f,
,: seconds., 15.9/1/ tfchg 119 PHONE S. THOMPSON 964-4155 ST. 1105 Madison St. 3tp 4-26

YOU'LL BE GLAD LOST Ladies handwoven!'NIGHT 964-J891 or 889-1021 FOR RENT Kingaley Lake

DRESSES Children FancyPANTIES YOU WAITED TO Norwegian short lacket. white I,! DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS furnished 2 bedroom house
; We Wire Flower Anywhere Well heated. Available
to
: Services Held with multicolor band around
4 for $1 BUILD ONE OF Bed Room Chest I cuff and waist line. If found''- tfchi June 1. Phone 984-420JI or

29 BEAUTIFUL For Mrs. Chandler I crease phone 964-1581 Mrs. HELP WANTED FEMALE- 964-9741. tfchg,
p I T. T. Long. 2tp 4-12 SMITH'S BAIT SHOP now
i Sewing machine operators.
:Of Starke $800Jinny
Immediate full time tningLNo open-Shiners. Minnows and
FOR SALE Spacious 3 bed-
FrcshNew $ 91 Children room. 2 bath home. 19' x 24'IITIDK experience required. LAKE worms. 334 N. Thompson St-

ImI Mrs. Fannie Tison Chandler room, with fireplace BUTLER APPAREL COM- ..". Up

Styles Arriving I ANKLETS. 19c I 90, of Starke, died in a local: Lind Style wall to wall carpeting. 15' x PANY. 3tchg 4-26 BE TRi to see WORLD
18' family Nice kitchen
room. BOOK before
buying
Daily _ _ NEW HOMESCustom 1 hospital Thursday, April 5, Bunk Beds with garbage disposal. House vines.FOR SALE seeds -and Flower shade bushes trees. M. /.. Payne any, your encytlopedla.
after an extended illness. She : full air conditioned. Screen 1 Ideal
I in Heilbronn Springs Mrs. representative since! 1951.
c Use OurLayAWay was a native of Florida, and] Innerspring Mattresses\ front porch with broken Well tile:' Charlie C. Cowatf. Rt. 2 Box Box 603. P1*. 964-3794 tfchg .
floor. 2 car garage. -
a member of the Baptist! 94. Starke. Itchg
Sleeveless, Reg. Sleeves Built For Church. | and SpringsBARGAIN I II landscaped. Located across WE DON'TSell
I street from Lake Geneva. you we help you buy;
I Sizes 9 Months to 14 Years three daugh- Income TaxSenrke
Tou' At Payments Surviving are Phone 4261. Keystone Heights. Good selection of new and
ters, Mrs. Willie Mae Kirkland Fla.} Itchg
SF Everyone Can :Meet used 8' and 10' wide Mobile .
Starke; Mrs, Ollie] Steph-! MORTGAGES
Metal Cabinets 964-3031 after 3:30 P.M. Homes. :
ens, Windsor; and Mrs. Dora Mortgages available to build '
"
We Exchange We Refund We Satisfy We Meet Dickinson, Middleburg; and new homes or remodeling. )Irs. C. F. Rhoden TRAILER LAKE GENEVA PARK
:
100% Loans N.
one son, William Chandler, : $1500, 1126 ThompsonALL
Your Budget LA RUE CORPORATION 1 ml SE of Keystone Hts.
i
Gainesville. 400 W. Madison Phone
TYPE LAWN MOWERS on Route 100
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Funeral services were held: 964-8641. SHARPENED. FACTORY .
tfchg
I at 10 an Saturday at the -NEW- tfchg WAY. SAWS FILED. CALVIN

Bottom Dollar LaRUE Corp. ': graveside in Crosby Lake cemetery -;; Platform Rockers FOR SALE JOHNS, phone 944.1441.tfchg GOOD USED! at Ranges prices you and can refrigerators ,

!
with Conway
Rev. Lacy Ready mix concrete concrete af ?rd. ?North Florida Supply.
in the : block Diers. fence posts. sand -
officiating Burial was 412 E. Can Sttfchg
400 W. Madison direction S cement.mortar mix. rock. steel FOR RENT 3 room an.
150 W. CALL ST. ,STARKE, FLA.. ,- family plot under the $13 oyster shell. BmMockind roof electric eouioted apartment. ron t..be4tPo un-

Phone 964-8641 of DeWitt\CJtJonesfFuneral I!; cnvel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg To singje or Christian couple. turnmieCi a m Jmii"'Fhone
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-- .. -- ,-- -. .. -. -.. -. --- ..-. .. -- _._-- .. .--- --. -. ., '" i Home i I Bn&ord Engineering Co. Phone 9691545. tfchg 964-4921. tfchi:

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Bradford County lelegraph -



8XABSE" FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 12, 1962 .
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JVYYTTTYYYYTYYTYYYTYTtLAWTEY 'I newspapers. to their home in Millerton, TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl son and family of Jackson chosen leader is Bessie Strick- Ronda Stokes is slowly improving cue supper at the home of I I ney and children of Augusta.

The performance of Lee Rae, N. Y. In the afternoon they ville spent Sunday with Mr. land. We are calling for all She is still a pa- Mrs. Davis's sister, Mrs. Irma Ga. spent the weekend with

magician, sponsored by the all called on Dr. Trescott and MAXVILLE and Mrs. Doss Higginbothamand of our Juniors to come on and tient in the Gainesville Medical Cain, Friday night Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney.

PTA at the school auditoriumlast Mrs. Trescott at Penny Farms. family. let's get some work done. It Center and will be there Mr. Slade of Oxford visitedhis Other recent guests of the Me-

By Enza Blanchard Saturday evening, was Mrs. Cora Hodges of Bald- By Mrs. C. B. Nolan1AAAAAAA Miss Marie Taggart of Mid- is a great pleasure to work I for some time yet. grandparents Mr. and Kinneys were Mr. and Mrs.V. .

well attended.Mrs. i win and Mrs. Marian Morrisof dleburg spent the weekend with the Juniors Primaries, Mrs. Leila Willis, who has Mrs. Ed Parrish, last Satur- L. McKinney and children

'&LAAAAAAAAAAUUALAU,1The :, C. Cole honored her Jacksonville were visiting AAAAAA A A A A. with Miss Shirley Higginbot and Intermediates been on the sick list for sometime of Gainesville and Mr. and

Woman's Society of I husband with a surprise birth- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls ham. Our Junior Choir really did is able to sit up and get I day.Mrs.. Tom Graves Mrs. B. Mrs. Ottis Allen of Palatka.
I
and children Sunday. A recent Franklin Higginbotham and some nice singing Sunday Ethel Jones,
Christian Service met at the day dinner on his 69th anni- and family of Laurel Bay around the house at this writ- Jones and Mrs.
last Saturday. Mr. guest was Mrs. Shuford's S. C. spent last weekend here some friends of Jacksonville morning. We feel more proudof all of Sampson City, visited

home of Mrs. Effie Miner Cole's versary sons-in-law and daughters father. Sam Hicks of Jackson- with Mrs. Schmehl's parents, stopped by for a visit with them all the time. It is ing.Mr.. and Mrs. N. Starling of friends here Wednesday afternoon -

Tuesday night. April 3. An who were there to help ville. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin. Mr: and Mrs. Doss Higgin- our job to play for the assem- Gainesville were visiting his of last week.,

interesting program. "The Re- him celebrate the occasion, Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. botham. Mr. Schmehls is being botham Sunday enroute to St. bly services of the three mother, Mrs. Kate Starling, Mrs. Thelma Dyal visitedin luJ9..

sponsible Christian Citizen. were Mrs. Edgar Buchanan, Paul Dinkins during the week sent to Cuba for three Petersburg to work. groups, so you boys and girls Monday.Mr. High Springs last week.

was conducted,by Mrs. JohnC. and Mr. and Mrs. Duell Hol- were C. A. Prevatt of Gibson- weeks duty. Mrs. Laura Martin of come on and let's see how and Mrs. Allen Ward Mrs. Albert Sparks and ..

Tye with talks by four of combe of DeLand. Mrs. Bill ton, and M. C. Haddock of Mrs. Elsie Mae Cannon and Brooksville and her son, Tom good we can do. and daughter of St. Mary's,. niece, Donna Sue Dyal, visit G666
the members. Mrs. H. C.! North Jacksonville.Mr. my, who has just returned We had 61 present in Sun- Ga. were visitors in our section -' ed Mrs. Minnie Crenshaw. in
Spindler, Mrs. Percy family of Jacksonville visited
Wainwright I, home from Okinawa spent day School again last Sundaythe week.
presided. It was last Saturday.Mr. I Gainesville last
and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Northof and Mrs. Horace CUsh- relatives and friends here Sun- ,
decided by vote to have Vaca- Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Kelly ing and'daughters of Talla- last weekend with Mrs. Doro- same number for three and Mrs. Clarence Mel- Sgt. and Mrs. Ottis McKin-
tion Bible School in June. day.Mr. thy Kilgore and family. straight Sundays. And for ton and daughter of Orlandowas -
Crews of Jacksonville and hassee spent the weekend with and Mrs. Buddy Brown-
The exact date will be We are very sorry that little three Sundays in a row the
an- a recent overnight guestof
their children 33 grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner.Mr. ing spent last weekend in
nounced later. Refreshmentswere and three great-grand- and Mrs. Frank Wells Nashville. Oa. with Mr. Rhonda. Padgett fell out of a Adult Men have won the ban- Mr. and Mrs.Berry Dyal Jr. Re-elect
served to the 12 present. vis- wagon last week and fracturedher ner. Let's see if we can get Mr. and Mrs. Basil Davis
of Leesburg
children. Needless to that and daughter Sutton
say Browning's grandfather
The Lawtey Jr. High track the honoree had a great time. ited Mrs. Effie Miner Sunday.Mr. and other relatives. elbow. it away from them next Sun- and children enjoyed a barbe- Dan W% Starling
team won first place in the Miss Louise Thomas and day! .
Mr. and Mrs. William Os- and Mrs. James L. Wa- George Pratt returned home A,, z.
Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown
County track meet
trom, who spent the winterin ters and sons and Mr. and last Tuesday,from seven weeks
rYVYYYYVYYYyyyyyyyyyyy COUNTY
last week. visited at the Baptist hospital TO THE BRADFORD
Mrs Elmer Higginbotham enjoyed of schooling in Norfolk -
special
Orange City, were Friday
The.le. der of the Girl last Wednesday and Friday : BOARD
Sunday dinner with Mr. SCHOOL
Va.Miss
Scouts announces that they overnight guests of Rev. and wJth Miss Thomas' sister, Mrs. GRAHAM -:1.. .
and Mrs. Buford
Minnie Zell Hargroves
(LAWTEY)
have discontinued collecting Mrs. Fox. They were enroute Higgin1)ot-1 Marie Spikes of Waycross, Ga. DISTRICT ONE
in Maxville. had
ham and x
..to. visit the... doctor. .. I
Maxville, PTA Met Kir Richard fnttAAAAAAAAAAA MEMBERSHIP ON_ THE. SCHOOL. BOARD IIE
Mr. and Mrs. John wyncK "'07 "'- n -
dentist several times last weeK
The Maxville PTA met at MOST IMPORTANT POSITION IN
of Tallahassee visited Miss in Jacksonville. .. .. .. .. .. ....L.1... I ONE OF THE COUNTY BECAUSE THE WCLKARE
the school house Thursday .I BRADFORD
Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum FIRST. OUR
COME
afternoon April 5, for their OF OUR CHILDREN MUST
MrsR..
C. ;
Frazier
Putch Terry and Ralph and BUSINESS"
Joyce visited here Sunday with Mr. SCHOOLS HAVE BECOME 113
I. BUCK'SGROCERY over the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and regular business meeting. At daughter of Gulfport, Miss.I YOUR VOTE AND I FEEL THAT MY EXPERIENCE QUALIFIES .
and Mrs. J. B. Boyerof family, enroute home to Jack- this time they planned their are visiting her parentsinlaw AND SUPPORT ME TO HELP THE SCHOOL SYSTEM GET
Tampa and Miss Rachel sonville from a Printer's con- annual Easter Egg hunt which Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fraz- 9 WILL BE FULL VALUE FOR. EVERY DOLLAR SPENT.APPRECIATED .
will be held at the school on
Boyer of Jacksonville calledat vention in Orlando. Little ier.Mr.
the W. F. Moore home Ronnie and Tammie Pellum Thursday, April 19. They also and Mrs. Walter Ratliff FIRST PRIMARY MAY 8, 1WJon
elected the following officers and children of
Cottage Parkin
and MARKETHalf Monday. accompanied their parents ( POL ADV.)
__ tr\ serve for' the coming Milton. .ara..... !tin his ..__
Mrs. W. B. Devine nas returned home after spending the week- 604 vIS g p U-
Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 from a visit with her end with the Coleman's. new term: Mrs. Jeane Meeks f ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rat-
Mr. president; Mrs. Helen Wilkinson liff. Walter's home and car i I Television
son-in-law and daughter Radio
Little Cannonof
Miss
Cathy -
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Appliance
OPEN7DAYS 7 AM. i l P.M. vice president; Mrs. Lu
and Mrs. Charles Tyndall, of Jacksonville spent last Sat- were a complete loss due to
Tangerine. She was there to cille Bell secretary; Mrs. the tornado that hit Milton This man i*harassed
urday night with Mrs. Gladys e welcome the arrival of a new Copeland and family. Dorothy Higginbotham treasurer last week. The family escaped

son, Glenn Carrol. The Tyndalls Mr. and Mrs. James Waters devotional; and Mrs.chairman.Elsie Rhoden., and with bruises.only a few minor cuts a. He has a nagging wife SERVICE AT ITS BEST

brought Mrs. Devine and family, and Mr. and Mrs. b. He has a nagging boss
home and spent a few hours Elmer Higginbotham of Law- Mrs. Phillip Vicari has the :

with the family.Mr. tey and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfCLAY sympathy of her friends here Mom, do your young 'uns eat Trained Experts In Each Dept.

and Mrs. Jack Brassell Higginbotham and family. I due to the loss of her husbandwho their hearts out between meals

were guests at the Golden were dinner guests of Mr. and. HILL died last week in Gaines- Constant snacking isn't heaithul -

Wedding celebration of Mr. Mrs. Buford Higginbotham on I ville Medical Center. His -UNLESS, of course, the FOR QUICK G2p'DEPENDABLE s
and Mrs. D. C. Brown in Sunday.We body was sent back to New food is light and wholesome.! '
MAXWELL\ HOUSE Jacksonville Wednesday of regret that Miss Connie By Mrs. J. L. StricklandfcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl York for burial. Mrs. Vicariis Rich, smooth ice cream fits

COFFEE 1 lb. tin - 69c last week. Harris fell and cut her leg now in New York. this description. Serve it often.'' SERVICE 1 Home

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. O. i last week. It required 14 Mrs. Irvin Dyal underwent I CALL
We saddened last Friday -
GIANT SIZE With during the week I were surgery in the Gainesville i n IEJ Hiijijjiiiji
$5.00 Food Order Standridge stitches to close. Hope she is learn I H H K3
morning to of the Medical Center last week andis
PREMIUM DUZ . . 69c were Mrs. Standridge's mother getting along nicely. death of one of our friends now recuperating at home. 964-7511
Mrs. Belva McDonald and Revival Continues AppliancesAUTHORIZED
and neighbors Mrs. Lillie Mrs. Mittie Billiard of Pom-
PET With $5.00 Food Order Only brother Eli Yarber of Jack- There was a very good turn She i: I II
Hurndon of Highland.
pano is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
MIL K .. 8 $1.00 sonville. out last week at the Manville had undergone surgery and
cans Clyde Wainwright of Bar- Baptist revival. It is 'continuing Irvin Dyal.
seemed to be recovering nice- and Willie Sloaneof DEALERS FOR
tow spent the weekend with this week, with Rev. Mr. Mrs. I I
LIPTON TEA. I.4Ib. 39c ly, but suddenly made a Plant City was visiting her
- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Connie Johnson of Middle- Frigidaire Zenith
C. Wainwright. Mrs. Rebel) burg evangelist. Bob Mc- change, for the worse and pass- nephew and wife, Mr. and Maytag -

VEGETOLE SHORTENING 3 Ibs. 59c Rhoden of Ocala visited them Clung is the song leader. The ed a ay soon afterward. Funeral Mrs. Carl Broughton, last I
( services were held at 3 Thursday and Friday.
on Sunday. public is invited to attend
; SOUTHERN p.m. Sunday in the Highland Mrs. Gilbert Jones of Plant
Mrs.Byron Register of Dins- these meetings each eveningat
D. Baptist Church, with burial in City was the guest of her AT HOME and SAVE
PEACHES No. 2l/z can 25c more and Mr. and Mrs. 7:30: pan. the church cemetery Our Ratliff last SHOP
McClellan of LaCrosse were Training Union Organized cousin, Mrs. L. E. ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie invitedto sympathy goes' to the.- bereaved -, week.A .
PREMIUM Everyone is cordially
Phillips and sons during the ,attend the Training Union family. good number of people Never Undersold
TABLE SALT . 10c .Sam Starling spent! Saturday JACKSONVilLE( PRICESSPECIALS
Wed-
., weekend. i at the Maxville Baptist church relativesat attended prayer meeting _
Bras- and Sunday with night of last week at WE HAVE
14 NORTHERN Mr. and Mrs. James ["each'Sunday evening at 6'p.m. Hill. He the nesday
Clay says
Sell gave the Brassell children It has gust been organizedand the.Baptist Church. Raymond
TISSUE white or color 3 rolls 25c of both families an outing at has two classes now. One Army is a good place to lose Moody was the leader. Since

the Jacksonville Zoo last week for the adults and one for the your fat and build muscles, so the weather has- warmed up
ROYAL At The Churches intermediates. It is hoped to you can run! Says they 'ran and there is not so many sick

LONG GRAIN RICE 5lbs.! 59c Grace Methodist: Church soon have a junior training the fat off of him right soon. people maybe our attendance
if M.
We are wondering anyone OPEN atiu.-s P.
School. 9:45: am. Morning union. will pick up.
U. S: NO. 1 I Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Mrs. Inez Erb and Mrs. else can__ make as many xnls- We have heard that littler I .. ( SUNDAY9 A. M. 6 P. M.
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I POTATOES-10Ibs. 29c Service, 7:30: pan. MYF each I Jeanette Covey and childrenof takes as this wrresponden ............ .,_.. ;. 4;..: FREE DELIVERY
- Last week in writing of Lillian
Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Jacksonville visited with '
Futch visiting her sister
Meeting Monday morning, 7 their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
SHOWBOAT

PORK & BEANS can lOc am.First Baptist: Sunday Frank noon. Brown Monday after Prevatt somehow on we our mind got the and name turn- Easter Bunny Time at KOCHS'LARGE ,.
-
ed her name into Prevatt instead -
I School 10 am.; Morning Worship Miss Virginia Cannon and the OF
ASSORTMENT
of Futch. Anyway,
11 ajn.; BTU 7 pm. Mrs. Gloria Godwin had to
MEAT SPECIALS! folks were wondering if Lil-
I Evening Services,8 p.m. Eight carry Mrs. Godwin's little lian had married a Prevatt, Easter Baskets .. Toys Candy and CardsWe
een new member were received daughter. Jeanie, to a Starke
GRADE A FRESH GROUND or just how her name got
into the Church Sunday. doctor Saturday night. changed. It hadn't, until we :Make Our Own Easter Baskets To Give You

,FRYERSLB. BEEFLB. Mrs. William Tuesday Padgett after returned took the liberty to change iti! CharleyE. s, QUALITY BASKETS AT A LOWER PRICE
: home on
So now we change it back to
undergoing surgery in the I Baskets Made To Order Use Our
LayAway
Futch again. Anyone object? -
2ge 490 Doctor's hospital in Starke
Brumbelowof Johns
TV.RADIOI recently and will be confined) John and Betty sav

to bed for several weeks. Jacksonville spent Sunday Captain Kangaroo Cup V05 Hair Spray and $2.09 VaL

j, SMOKED I I 'Mr.. and Mrs. Bun Griffis with Mom and Dad Stricklandand this FREE WithColgate$
SPARE RIBS about question:
sister, Faye England.
BACON \ and daughter, Karen, and Tooth Paste Creme Rinse ISO
I: Mrs. Belle Giddens were visitors Fred Lang hasVbeen having ."I fell for this cut-rate auto
LB. 49c ON ALL MAKES in Jacksonville Sunday trouble with foxes and wild insurance from a direct- NEW REVLON LOTION

LB. 39c, i afternoon. cats especially the cats writing insurance company I Richard Hudnut $1.76 Vftht

FASTSERVICE Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higgin catching his chickens. They with no independent local' "Set t & Style"1,50 I

botham and family of Lawtey don't let a six-foot fence bluff agent. When I had a collision Hand Lotion 98c

FRESHCATFISH visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bu them-if there is a chickenon loss, I found their ad-.

PORK CHOPS ford Higginbotham and fame the other side. Fred wishes juster trying to cut every I i Polident Reg. 1.69 With Pomp

ByFACTORY ily Saturday afternoon. that some of the cat and corner on repairs to save!

LB. LB. Gene English of South Car fox hunters would come back the company money. Does'I Denture Kit -. only 98c
490 EVENING IN-PARIS
5ge
TRAINED olina' and Florida spent the out here and catch these var- anyone really think he !

mints. We've heard com- saves when he by- '
weekend with his family.Mr. money
TECHNICIAN and :Mrs.Dan Hargroves plaints from others also. It passes his independent local -II Economy Size Hand & Body Lotion 1.00lillPffD

EASTER seems that the things come insurance agent?" Valuevu.Lu
All Work Guaranteed visited in Jacksonville sun- $2.00

davafternoon._ .. _____ __ in the latter part. of the- night, Fnsmu 1 jA _
-Mr. and n Mrs. Jack after all have stopped watching \- i uiuiij aauv Stick Deodorant 1.00With
E. Johns
EGG DYE 1 BULLINGTON'SAppliances and to bed. Charley
for them gone
and family of
waters\\ 15 Super Blue Blades $1.50 Value
joyed Sunday dinner So this is a call for you hunters Agency .

Mrs. Dorothy to come to the rescue. 16 Oz. Lanolin Plus White Rain Shampoo and

10C Phone 984-6551 family. We have our Junior:Training PHONE 964-0121

.. Bun Griffis and his daughter -. Union working again in. 131 S. Walnut St. Creme Rinse 99c S.Day Deodorant Pads
-
Karen attended the barbecue the Highland Church and the
I 88c Value only 63c
of
I given in_honor. George I I
Harris in Jacksonville Saturday -- Lanolin Plus

1ilhi.lJo night. Vote For

,, .. .' ...,.... Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker Marklee Egg Shampoo 99c L-O-O./W/
and children of Jacksonvilleand -

I ONE'OF AMERICA'S :MOST HIGHLY RESPECTED PRODUCERS Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ladies 2 Pair

OF CUSTOM TAILORED CLOTHES FOR MEN dina Goolsby visited and here sons Sunday of Fernan-with $2. 5 Value Nylon Hose . 1.39Castile

WILL CONDUCT A TRUNK SHOWING OF THEIR ENTIRE LINE Mr. and Mrs.Leslie Sweat and Starling

IN OUR STORE. family. Shampoo 99c Stretch Foot&ocks 29c

Mrs. Cora Hodges of Baldwin -

and Mrs. Marian Marrs .
April 13th of Jacksonville visited with i1 ir FOR

I Mrs. Leslie Sweat on Monday
Louis Malhewift morning. i County Commissioner CLOSE-OUT ACR1LAN SCUFF 'Ie

Leroy Griffis returned home ,
from the Doval Medical Cen Reg. $1.99LADIES & CHILDREN Close-out Price
; DIST. County-at-Large.(
NOTED STYLE AUTHORITY FROM THE HOUSE WILL BE HERETO ter ting last along Thursday nicely. and is get- tii Easy Fitting Machine Washable Long Wearing Noa-AIkrgie

GIVE YOU PROFESSIONAL ADVICE .
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and Yote for Marklee Starling for County Commissioner
AND TAKE SCIENTIFIC :MEASUREMENTSTO Linda Norman
and Mrs.
sons last Saturday in Jack- North Starke (District Two)' County At Large At KOCH'S Prescriptions are our :Main Business-Let KOCH'S Drug fffl
INSURE THE BEST FITTING. BEST LOOKING.CLOTHESYOU'VE spent
with Fresh Dependable Quality Drup-uYoar
EVER WORN. sonville. He was born in Bradford County and lived in Brad- your next Prescription .

Quite a few of the young ford County all his life except the two years he was Health Deserves The Very Best"KOCH

ladies and gentlemen gatheredat in Service. He knows the problems of the.County.
311 North Phone the ball park Sunday after- ; DRUG STORE
czF? noon and enjoyed playingbaseball. Your :vote and support will be greatly appreciated.

'Temple Ave. 964-0401 (Pd. PoL Adr.)
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.... ," ". ,,.., ....., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG RAPE. STARKE FLORIDA I THURSDAY. APRIL 12. 1962 1
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them often.Household ;
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HAMPTOtf FIRST PRESBYTERIAN :n said Final Decree tn wit: I apply to the Honorable Therun .,

,z Home DemonstrationNotes Hints ,NEWS OF INTEREST COLORED CHRISTIAN CHURCH CIWRCH Beginning in the XW Cornercf b A. Yawn' County Judge, of Brad
) .
Grapefruit sections add tang TO the following described ford ( ount% Florida on April27th.
.. prop- : 1962.:! Friday, at 10:00: A.M
SUNDAY
SERVICES 390 N. Cherry st.StmdaySuI'lday erty to wit: The North Half
to- a tosstd-green salad. For CITIZENS OF BftAfiMRD COUNTY of Lot for approval of the same and for
Xo. 5.
Section
Cart 32. in
Clarke; Minister School 9:45' ,
admiuliitr
I : final discharge as I"IX
added flavor combine with Township 5 South, .t t
Range 22
.
1&:1PIiW 7' t'a r- of of Riley Suit h
J' 10:00 Bible SchooL the estate
3fj a. m. a.m. Moruing.Worshipll, am. East in Woodlawn ,
same diced unpeeled appleS (By Elizaft tli Gh-ens) as per mapor Wasdin dei-eased.,
rw1: 11:00 a. m. Worship and Youth .Fellowship 6 m.ThursdayrChoir plat of record in Plat Book
; DORoTHY ROSS p. April 3rd 1962.
then Celery, slices; coarsely ,& ... .S. ... ... .. .. S. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..,... Communion. I 1 Page 17 Public Records of I ERA EDWARDS WASDIX.Administratrix .
Home Demonstration Agent dropped pecans. green pepper ---------------------- Practice 8 Bradford County Florida, Containing of the estate of
;
C 5
rings, diced pitted datte. Thurstoff In-The News p. m.. Run acres, more or less; Riley Smith Wasdin deceased.
I or i siqnaries are asked to wear Southeasterly 15S feet to I! PIERCE
EVISGREENBATTISt THOMAS &
-A- 'n1L-._ 'm.tHav ... Then, top with Rrericti dresSing -1'i "The PTA'meeting' neld at! whW. r Friday Junior Choir and the Point in of Beginning thence' Attorneys at Law
program ,and dress will CHURCH creation 3:30: p. m. run a Southwesterly direction -i I! North Temple Ave.
you ever been pressed revue ; soiir"ereanV, mayonnaise, i the school" on" April 9: was: a t The iftrst :Born Church of : 70 feet, thence run In a i! Starke 203-205, Fla.
hot be held this month. Sunday School .10 Southeasterly direction 160 feet, !
aon.
for. timer a<\ to 'get- a. meal or fruit. juice dressing. i success. An. activity program The Living God. There will I BCULAH thence run ina Northeasterly I George H. Pi ->'eAttorney
I BAPTIST CHURCH
Family Preaching 11
Reading ,
a.m. Training
in a hurry for f m y' or h&' been slited! for 'May lS,j be an, ,appreciation program, I direction' 100 feet thence run in :, .-5 4t 4-;;:*
Union
t i 'Sunday .
"VvTiat art'yotf: doing-'m your fTTTTTT$T TTTTTTTTTTTT 6:30: 11., m.. Preaching :. School 10 a. m.I Northwesterly direction 100 -
guests? Then Pickled Vegetables j .st rt1ng"at 1230.: pjn., with bri; April 13 for Miss Regina -
.
7:30: p: 'm. Prayer Meeting I I|I :Morning Worship, 11 a. m. feet, thence run in a Southwesterly I '
is tEe dist fof yottSerre'it : family to promote more' reading the public mvited.-Mrs: Louise Eflfe sponsored.'by Miss Zepfiahian -I I Training direction SO feet to the R&SHOMESBtJIUERS
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Union 6:30: p. m. point of beginning.
wUh slice of by1 each member? "Read STATE FARM Brown, president; Mrs. S. j jd INC.
ham
a ] Lane. Taking part on
'' Tedn sday Bible study!I Evening" Service 7:30: p. m. DATED, this 6 day of April,
and
: Watch Your World Grow"the ServiceRp.Ir..AIteratIons
topped"piti7.A sOee of pineap .Price, 1each: r. | j ine program, wilt'e the W. T:30 I 1962. Complete Building
5 is theme for'National Library I p. m. Jos. E. Norman, Rev. Luther A. McGhee pas- Charles A. Darby j
-desseji/toa: bitter, anilcofe [By Airs. E. F. Mayton] Help Fight Cancer ;Brown quartet,, the Star iteGospel I II pastor. I tor. Clerk of Said Court

?Tbwyo :have a 'fi eli Week; April 8-14. A'volunteer Cancer Crusader Singers; theBrother. I I _ 4-121 I PHONE '754-1"

balanc d'Ml l ready td serve Develop: ,a 'lifetime reading A&AAAAAAAAL&AAAAAAA.&AgDuggerThoinas of your community will call Ra"y ,fljiartetj; the;Junior Choir, : SEVENTH DAY FIRST CHRISTIAN IX mUSTY JUDGE'S COURT 1045i() Atlantic Blvd.

irt-a(:&<# while\ It*Is,d licfo -,'habit with the young and bn yea soon, so plan"to givea pida/ solo l bVHary Lee. Lane. ADVENTIST'CHURCH CHURCH IX AXD FOR BRADFORD. !! Jack on\'Ule. Fla.AMBULANCE .

&$ 1 littte. different in within the.farhn ... Mary Ellen Mrs. donation The 'are .invited. Time COUNTY, FLORlD.In j,I
*' Mr. and Laurence E. generous- battle \quartets Sabbath School [Saturday] 537 W. Call St., Starke re: Estate of

flavor.* Chase' in" her book "Recipefor bugger:? ; announce' the: engage 'against this. dreaded' killer {f:3aElderF:: : Howard.pastor; 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship BoB L. Badgett, Minister RTLEY NOTICE SMITH OF FILING WASDIX.PETITION dec.

'Here- -how the .vegetables I a Magic! Childhood," says, ment and apr acb1n .inar- still has to be won. Be "sureyour Zephoria'ir'.Lane secretary.' 11 a. m. Located between Wilson -j Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OFADMINISTRATRIX 'lot "sc.t666

arep'teed: .J'Oo. : "There is no substitute for I riagfj 01 their daughter Gwenaolyn Crusader leaves a leaflet ": School/News i -S. Rd d and Griff Loop. |I''Church Worship 10:45: a. m
; TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
Pickled VegetablesA books in the life of a child.The :Jean;to"James E, Thomas which 'will.. outline. the. sevenda'nger :"The; ? 5th, 8th and 12th grade Er.'1,. Marley, pastor. Phonej1 t! Chi Rho 5:30: p. m. Choir :

No. 1 can of green string first understanding of of Hampton. signals- cancer itudenfs of RJE have ,been 9641324. i practice 6:30: p.m. CYF, 7 p. Notice is hereby given that I

tfeans. wax..JHnsvfidteed'cdr-; this simple' irrefutable; truth The bride-elect is a graduate Remember, the only- lay' to given the Lorge-Thorndike'intelligence m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.1 have Administratrix filed my: of final the returns estate as of: $

rots and kidney.beaii.. Drain must come from his early of Bradford County High fight cancer is with a checkup examination as ,apart GRAHAM m. Wednesday. Riley Smith Wasdin, deceased:
andy of his parent's faithin I that I have filed petition for
tKe" kidney perception
all, wash School, and is a senior in St. and a check. of the 1962 testing pro BAPTIST CHURCH final discharge and that I will
beans. :Td'ttreseadd: one'medium it. They alone can give 'School; Marriage Atuwoneed the i
EUfce's' Hospital of gram under sponsorship Sunday School 10 a. m. HE1LBRONN' I I
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oniflfusUeed-inrrinfs.-.- him knowledge '. Mr and..Mrs.Frank. Bell of :
Nursing in Jacksonville* I of the: Tri-County; Guidance Morning Worship 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH I I "
Put together: one cuP sugar, Here are some suggestionsto : I Lawtey announce, the approaching "- SERVICEPHONE
The bridegio in-elect is a Clinic of Palatka.. The Seniors Training Union 6:30: p. in. I Sunday School lOa. m. I Ii

one cup vinegar fanefourthcup" make reading more meaningful graduate of Bradford' County marriage of, their I ,'will be" given a Vocational Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. i Morning Worship It a. m.1I 964-2GOO
)'"water. one-fourth cup sald U] Discuss'magazine daughter Joan Britt to Cecil'
,
: Aptitude Test next week to Training Union 6:30
High and is employed by St. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 I : p. m. I II
oil. Add salt and pepperto articles in the magazines Clark 'son of Mrs. Pear lie De Wilt C. Jones Funeral Home
Regis Paper Co. in Jackson. help:them decide the areas in p. m.-Rev. C. 1.,. Redding I Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.

fast:" : Pour overvegetables : which come into your home., ville. Mae Clark. which they would-be best suit- pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I

.. 'Cover "aftd let stand two [Occasionally have a read-,; The wedding will I be. solemnized ed after further study. 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe Roop. .
SUrke Fla.
hours I' this: dlsh inay be. prepared .!ng- loud period when: an the The wedding will W 'so1ennized !- at 4 #.m., Apr. 22 af'Mt. ,

lah ad. of 'time sand family enjoys a book together. at 4:30: p.m., May 19) Zion AAtE: Chur h. Both I The Senior Class will tour Political 1 INT COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, RENTtL.SERVtCES > ,
IN
at the home of the bride'sparents' Miami leaving Starke on AND FOR BRADFORD
placed.in.the.) ) refrigerator. 13] Encour ge' each family p'drties: are graduates of Florida .COUNTY, FLORIDA. Hospital Beds, Wheel chairs, Crutches
: AH friends and relatives ThurSday. 3, and returning -
Drain and serve as a vegetable member to get a library card. : N. & IM. College, St. Au May AnnouncementsFOR In re: Estate of -
dish out" at lie invited to attend., Sunday; May 6. Many GENERAL LEE KERSEY, de ,
or a salad.t Have an "afternoon gustine. ceased.&OTICK.

County Meeting the library some time. [4] Personals AH relatives and'friends are community 6rganizations andChurches OF FILING PETItION
.. Mrs. Eula Hagood and Mr. have promised to FOR' FiNAL DISCHARGE! OF
ThP ftotBe*Demonstration children iftvhed'-to the w ddi
Make it possible for the 1g. ADMINISTRATRIX The New Script'aBusiness
COtXTT! COMMISSIONER .
and Mrs. J. L. Hobb and contribute to the success ofthe : "
douficH offleftf-met in the in the home to build [.Teachers Association : DISTRICT TWO 'TQ. WHOM IT MAY COX- ,
daughters'Of Jacksonville and Tlease send in E1tN:
trip. your
Home- Demonstration office their own library of favorites the Bradford County Notice is
for thf ir quarterly meeting. that they will want to read Miss Linda Johns of Starke TVachers Association held itslist donation by April 19. At the da.cy.for I hereby County announce Commissioner my candi-j i''I live filed hereby my final given returns that as I I Line Ball Pens

were weekend guests of Mr. present time it is known that I District! Two (Xorth Stark) I' executrix, of the estate of GeneCaS -
Plans.were.jna.de for the annual over. and over. A fine library meeting for the schoolyear' Lee Kersey, deceased that .,
subject to the May primaries. ; "
and Mrs. L. W. Pace. Friendsof the trip' will'include 25 Seniors -
Z1rin at1Qwer,show :June can be acquired at low cost by 1961-62 at RJE High 1 am a native of Bradford|[1) J.have filed my petition for dis-
:. Mr. Pace are happy to have arid three chaperones. County; a farmer cattleman,,! fributlon and for final dis-
22. \frs/It F. young president choosing wisely from among School Friday afternoon April and I cltarge_ and that on May 4th, and Refills
have
: him home again from a stay Lucky winner: Mrs. Alma taxpayer and the best !
aiuwruneetf that the State the inexpensive. good-paper- 6, with J. D: Greene presiding. interest of the entire county at 1962 Friday at 10:00: A.M. for I.
in Bradford Hospital.Mr. the box of groceries : Approval Of said final returns
I County ; Moffett won heart. 'I stand for honest, sin-
Council the
published
Meeting and ShortCourse bound titles being Delegates named for
and for 'an order of distributionand
the PTA i etlty and economy in our coun FOR.ALL BUSINESS WRITING
and Mrs. Bryan Whit- given away by
wlbeflecIm, Gainesville today. [5] Read for your own FSTA to too held In "Miami ty government and, if elected, for final discharge as executrix .

at the University, July personal satisfaction; read in field of Campville were Satur- April 26-2S-, are J. D. Greene,, recently. 1 will 'put forth my best efforts Lee of the. will of General
of their soninlawand Legion Auxiliary for my district and the county- Kersey.April only 25c eachREFILLABIE
day
guests American
9-13. ThQse planning to .a- order to share new ideas with C.. C.: Anderson and Mrs. OW 6, 1962. t
daughter Mr. and Mrs. be Twist Con atlarge.A. INE2
win
There a ANDERSON,
tend the, short, course, by the those 'with whom you come in GeorgiClub !! B. TVHITEHEAD. Executrix: J Jwith

day or week, should send their f contact;! read that your children Milo Seigler.Mr. Activities test at the Masonic Hall on THOMAS & PIERCE
Mrs. L. W. Brownlee St. Saturday APril L !
and Murphy Attorneys Law
at
request of the class they WaIt; thy a&o develop this The Home Economics Departments FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 20J-205 North
Temple Ave. .
have returned from a visit I 14. starting at 8 p.m. First, DISTRICT FOUR
to the state office. as soon enriching habit. held pen house :Starke, Florida
with their son and daughter- second and third prizes will L 4-12 4t 5-3 .
as possible/ -; I recently when 'a delicious repast I candidate
am a for
We County
The annual achievement J now have a fine public in-law Mr. and Mrs. Curtis served and souvenirs be given to the winners and L Commissioner, Disrict 4, com L\T THE CFRCUIT COTTRT..' IN .. Refills 1 lOc
was
day library and a bookmobile. Use Murphy; of Thomasville, Ga. the public is invited. Refreshments prising 'Iheressa, Hampton, and I IGrab.am AND FOR THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ea.
I [ to each teacher.
were given (county-at-large). Lhave CIRCUIT, DEUDFOHDC'l"'XTY
-. f- Spanky and Tommie Mc- ,Many 'of the teachers expressed -.. will be"on sale by the t served this county fair FLORIDA.
J "MJJ,V l J Lendon surprised their mother American Legion Auxiliary and just ta all, and will con IN (i'HAXCERY. 13-068 BLUE
Vote for and ;f Appreciation to Mrs. tinue to do so if re-elected to I OTICK OP SALF.DIXIE :
,Support I with a party on her birthdaylast George and the girls for ev sPOnSors of this event. thlsoffke. I am a widow and I ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION -
Friday night at their Death Notice do hot have any other job to a Florida Corporation BLACK
erything. interfere with me in giving full Plaintiffvs
home. Refreshments were ''Friends will regret to learn I time to this important office. '
will present a Talent
pit George IV.% Roberts Jr. served and the evening spent ShOw.BCTA' 1 Watch the of the death of Mrs. E. I* '1 would like to express my ROBERT A. CARLTON and EU- sRFD \
on May thanks to each one of you for LA CARLTON,
informally. These attending paper for more information. Walker wife of Rev. E. L. Toting for me in the past andI l Defendants FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS
&_ were Mr. and Mrs. R. 'E. Up j. Walker one-time,. pastor of r would appreciate your vote in, NOTICE IS HEREBY given
For County Commissioner D. Greene, president; the coming election. t pursuant to a Final Decree of
ton Mr. and Mrs. E. P. May- Mrs". M. J.: !Lee, secretary. Mt. Pisgah Church in Lincoln I Thank you so much. Foreclosure, dated April 6, 1962, The most economical
-. DIST. NO. 2 (North Starke) ton. Mr. and MBS. H. O. Bates City.; JESSIE R. CHASTAIN. and entered in Chaneery Case
Church News No. 13-068) of the above
0 A Native Son. Interested In The Progress in, Miss Judy Brock all of :: Mt. Mrlh.Methodist: I* court, wherein the above entitled described -I I

: .Of Bradford County. the State Farm Mrs. Guy Church, Rev. L. H. Mctendonpastor. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER persons were parties,, ; writing ever devised.
TWO that I will sell to the highest ?
,- 0 Premises An Efficient And Business- Sale Mrs. Louise Kite Mrs. :, Church School starts Rev. R. T. Williams; Pastor bidder for cash at the Bradford I f

r 'Ltke Operatlon Of Out W.. L. Bair, Miss Amy Coburn. ;: RobertDell'in Sunday School lOa. m. To the Citizens! of Bradford County Courthouse Starke, Florida i
; Government at 9:30 with Rev.
County a.m. County
". ., 4 Mrs. Sue- :Miles, Mrs. Hutche- Morning Worship 11 a. m. r I am.: a 'candidate for County 'a.tthe hour of 11 A.M. on J iI
'Missionarya.jn. JlonUay the
"
rt. S Charge?; 23rd day of April. Bradford

.. .--. :"-.w.-;..,.-'..'-, -.....-.- II"--il-r.,' -_i.---...ii_....,_-- |[,son McCann>toJa Starke.of and >lrs. D. L. :,; etjnipill4'bethe1&',at 11 &efi. ",'99t&bJff3 p,m. Prayer iMNsrt, Commissioner/* rfitarfc*) .4a DIstrictS',rtieDen Two;t property J62! the situate following in described Bradford I County Telegraph

Your Highland Inc. ;with"Mrs.. M- E. Roberts meeting Wednesday, ,7 p.m.j cratic Primary of May 8. I was County Florida and described
fyte: and. Support Will Be Appreciated Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeTrick i born' and reared in Bradford I .
pVe'sidih?. An members are I County and if you entrust mej i --
I l;; (Pel. Pet! Adv.) of Norfolk, Va. have returned asked to"attend. SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF with this important office, I\
;
.. .. ,to their'home after a ten-day CHRIST pledge to'' carry out its duties
t 1Mt. Zion A.M.E: Church, with honesty, sincerity, and fair-
f' _.
: visit witH Mrs. Tritk.s
D 3 Miles South on 391
Rev. J. A. Grimmage- pastor ness to all. : .
brothers, 'Captahi P: Your vote and active '
E. May- wfll observe Women's Day Sunday Bible Classes 10(I supportof !
-4-
-" my candidacy,will be
greatly
\! ;;-;e ton.; Mr and! Mrj Chat' _
: : nes 'in.:
with
a.
School I ; Assembly Worship appreciated. _
....If! ,fJ 3' :.tlt t starting with Sunday .. .\ ,' ; _
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: arid baby son, Chesterfield III; with superintendent,, the Lord's 'Supper 11 a. m-, -George "W. Roberts, Jr. :
guest
NtfL Re-Elect ..1<.. ; I '
t 5 Mr. and -Mra. Howard. Ward Mrs. Annie Wright in charge. 1r Assembly Worship r "....;

i,; i WILBUR C.tKING and children John and Cath- the 6:30: p.m. FOR SCHOOL BOARD ."";':">';":'
Speaker morning wor DISTRICT ONEA ;
ryn Edwin Mayton and Miss Wednesday Bible Classes :., -
ship service will be Miss AnnieB. r" G' S
Beth Croy of Gainesville member of the School i. ,. ,
were Anderson, with Mrs. Willie 7:30: p. m. Board occupies one of the most I ; "" '" ,';"<0,
guests at a dinner honoringMr. important -
Mae Randolph handli g the positions in Bradford :
and Mrs. DeTrick Sunday introduction. 'Response will i PENTECOSTAL County because the welfare of|I @
our children must come first. _
FLORIDA,RAILROAD AND night at the home of the May- be'made by Mrs. D. Bv .Rich HOLINESS CHURCH Our schools have become "big,,
1 PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION tons. P. S. Ford of Norfolk. 334 W. Brownlee St. b'osiness'* 'and I feel that my
ardson. Speaker for the 1 .
"'. Group 1Notiv. experience qualifies me to help
Floridion-brootT baclground Va. arrived Saturday to accompany p.m. service will be Mrs. L. Sunday Schoor, 10 a. m. the board get full value for

i---J in cattU aod.citrus farming, local the, DeTricks home. Morning- Worship, 11 eTery dollar spent.
t VDWSIMSftt aid InllKontile a.1hiMts. M. Royal introduced by Mrs a. m.tivangelistic I wish to express my ap

H. works always to give Florida th*, Spencer Crews of Auburn- A. Chandler. Mrs. J. A.Grimmage.wi1l 'S rvic -7:30 p. predation to my friends for
-I b.t. !i. IrantpwtctUa and- public dale spent the weekend with nil: Wednesday Prayer Meet. their support in the past. Your I
VtilitV Mrvkcs ot, ratonabU.rots. serve as pastorfor vote and support I". the May
-_ _- I For fift&yer b. hai gina you a His parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. the day on Sunday April L ing '7:30' p. m. Saturday primaries. will be appreciated. I

bwiiMtt administration. ; based 'enxpwimc S. Crews. 15. The public is invited.. Youth Service, 7:3d: > p; m.- '.--D, w Starling- member. .
willingness to, Board of: Public. Instruction !
: zt'Fknd :
.",. In* ; .tdtpr Miss T1a TTnnstnn._.._ renorter... _. David T. McGhee.. pastor. i I Diat. .1.. .. Lawtev. '
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-: *M MM of ixpMi.iKO to htlp IMTMt t i .4;: d "'i '
the dialling* of the ipoc ago. THE RIGHT POINTvfor* the Bethlehem Free Will Bap- w .- t I'

!": f a ,_',- ..c-.._ way you write. Cenfne in and tist. The Heart House presented B.4YLESS HIGHWAY FOR SCIIOOI BOARD I I
*
by Mrs. Gladys Blye, CHURCH SCHEDLUE DISTRICT OE k
select 'your favorite ESTER- L
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE wa.t' most' edueational and hi- SUnday School; 10( a. m. ,Tothe voters lot Bradford !; '

spirational to members and Morning Worship 11 a. m.Training C' unty: i
r. 1 I GRAPH. am ,a -candidate tor' Behoof
-. visitors. On Sunday; .April Union. 6 p. I 1'1 member District One!, I J. ; WHIM: BLACK TUBELESS

r .. : 1 15, at 3 p.m. Willie Hamptonand Evening.Service 7 pjn.. m'l '. i believe I "am quailfled' -
for thisJnftJeftant office, '
his group 'of singers from er meeting Wednesday, 7 p.1,.I and will' be available at all,

I Daytona Beach will at m. Choir practice Wednes- i times. xour'v"6t"e"i an(* support A :
I appear day .will H' appt.a aUi..... w. '..-. 1
the 'church 'in behalf of. the 8-p.ni Sincerely,

League and Senior Mission. Othma J. fOssl'e) NormanQJFFSfcf --- -

I C Mrs. Sarah Prince and H. 'c:

- r'' W f i Mtcutchen" urge you to come 1 1 8S

: out afid support'the
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I I fI'!: Kay The Sunday pastor.asks is their all also Rer.members pastoral obligations Louis to day.Me-remember ;i I 4 1 PLUS TAX AND I Ifr



._ [Mary McBride reporterRev..
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[Louis McKay pastor: YOUR OI.OIIRE

II : UJfIb f Allen Chapel. ChUf h. Rev.L. ; .-

A. Sampson will observe

t pastoral day on Sunday starting ? _
-
I .' "J t with Sunday .School atj

.. t 9:45: a.m.. with Miss Fannie ; 7- 4"4.

f Bell Frazier in charge. Morning -] .

i service. 11 tEL Evening I
1
[ service 6 p.m. Choir rehearsal >I 't'

f| will be held each first and 4 f

I THEY ALL GO T GETHER.j' third Tuesday nights under ;: '. J SLOW

I! the direction of 'Mrs. Corine -
!:.I j
action
low
prompt borrowing cost, conven- If ButlefV 'Junior Church meeting !


:: .. t$n. ,terms of repayment- :t Sunday each School Monday students at 5 P.m.1!i --- .. ., .


WITH A, BANK AUTO LOAN!It f asked to meet at the appointed fI4,

p time set by the superintendent PRICES[ .'

for rehearsal fop the f
4
;! ; If you have chosen 'a car that will
fit I Easter ,
your ? program. Please help .
I
: .. '
f.V.:
; 1 family's needs, ask us for figure-facts on pus;; to male this a gfeit program -" VtfltSIZB: !' : i

3 4' |f the Choir Union will r .

"fimnting that will fit the family budget! 'be held at Allen Chapel on t IWtttj it
IISTANDARD .
"' ; |Suridiy, April 15. at' 3 pjri- PHONE : \
.
.-- All Union members are asked I '
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I.
.. :O' ?to attexut The officer, are! 0 I : ,
I R' WO '
., ..... O. A ;; urging: full co p ratlo i 1r so this;; ,4-3101 ;-- : .-.. 1 ,t. '. H,

-- I : ;,.:will l te tf- rimd'affanv *i
:
f. i 1 .. !hiMi6nart ..Union; wjH)' Office ,qnd School Supplies I .

sm it 'bheid.a, t ML P gah_onApiil; 1 j .

29 ,with, Mrs. 1.fanyja. ,.Hoknesas r a. t 1
r 61 iGiWmElM'il n JL 1 :;;. -. '
One Of 30 Bank ..'hdst pf Sd nt. Dinner* ) L.
Ot the Florida Xaflonal Group t Mber.Fgjj i l B. ALVAREZ CUB BROWN'S
SHUFORD'S
Defteslt Insuraa Corp. i iI' will be served arid the public! I 8kADb

-- is invited Service Station Station
;:. I I'I to attend. AU mis-j. Service, Service Station
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I THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAR HE, FLORIDA PAGE NLXKi :
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4 Fisherman Brand ,
: ,
... 1::.:. A SOFTER. t 1 .

! .. CAM .iHEtT12\ CoolzedL Seafood Sale! FREE FREE .


2 :: FILLETS L> FREE
0 FRIED PERCH f KO 59 SO FREE EXTRA

HADDOCK FLOUNDER FILLETS "a 69* STAMPS
or EXTRA MERCHANTS GREEN
MERCHANTSGREEN
THE SOAP OF '
SEIZER'S. ..
KAUTtfUL WOMEN FRIED DEEP SEA. SCALLOPS. pica LB 89# WITH $S.00 FOOD ORDER
CAMAY SOAP IIMIT-1 PER FAMILY-. STAMPS
.
O FRIED FISH STICKS 1/4 PKQ'"| 62# Pf'lttU tlSWHOLEh6T08.
t All merchandise coupons good
I I I t'
2Bath 31 I
thru Wednesday Apnl 18Hi.
s y These stamps are in addition
'7
W fAMIlY FAVORITE FOR to those you normally receive.
SASH Oft wASH-uP / tit

IVORY SOAP 0 1M E At 5 .t M j D S CURED UC R s

.
I ( LBS g- Sttmp,
'
2 :;:.e33e f i / WITH ;JOOEXCEDRIN OF
fXICES' GOOD THRU THE WEEKEND
QUANTITY fUCHH UUBVEOStarKe
: 6sEM f lATHERING IVORY At our regular low prim|
AGREES WITH YOU 4 IllEXPIRES 4.18.62 ttaa
4VORY SOAp."i \ Mrs

F1 a.-
.J'
rIHf 10'
:fir 50 MERCHANTS
Green Slaw p*
% i WITH THE PURCHASE DP
WOVtHKAUTY 69C SIZE PEPSOOENT
SOAPWORY TOOTHBRUSH
SOAP 4 'f& price
(
0
TENDER TASTY YOUNG EXPIRES 4-18-62
Ili ii/dtl
'Persona) O
4 t '
Bars .19
BEEF LiVERtBL L ,

.
ffSfASYTO K d"ie" Starep
LOVELY WITH FRUIT PIES
WITH THE PURCHASE Or DEO. OR
ZEST SOAP LEAN MEATY FRESH- BONELESS MENTHOL SHAVING NOXZEMA CREAM AEROSOL

At our regular low price
2, Ears Reg 29C PORK ROAST LB 4ge KMIM EXPIRES 4- -b2wx&s


1
EVERY BATH
A BEAUTY BATH FARMER GRAY U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN ROCK CORNISH fljj MERCHANTS

ZEST SOAP 50 Gf o Stamps
WITH THE PURCHASE UF
lath GAME HE.S LB 39A11 PLASTIC .
2 Bars 41 DUAL PAIL
At our regular low price
EXPIRES-IB-62 .
t .
'.:
Oil tHE SOAP THAT fill n.a
\
"" = BLUE RIBBON GROUND ROUND OR
GETS THE DIRT.OUT PSG SLICED ASSORTED >

: LAVA SOAP COLD CUTS 3 ti Pkgs 0z 69* t"l ,.. 1/.1) Chopped SI'rlo'ln! LB 79 K I MERCHANTS Yn n.... ,.... ,

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: Med 2S c ARMOUR STARSKINLESS .""=. 50 Grn Stamps
2 +
i Bars ;"%' .," KING BRAND FROZEN BREADED VEAL OR WITH THE PURCHASE OF
FRANKS 59 t. 21B.CUP MAYFAIRTHE
\ ,. COTTAGE CHEESE
'
HARD WATER SOAP Pork Steaks LB- 6ge
THAT'S AMAZINGLY MILD .PSG OLD FASHIONED j :'- At our regular low price stoat

\1 KIRKS SOAP BOILED.HAM 'Pk 0z g s '69', \\. LEAN MEATY BEEF _"a_ EXPIRE84.18.62 0 I'' 1. : _nota,

:; 2 Rec 19 ,ZESTY NEW YORK STATE :-. ..- .r Plale Slew ;..LBJl9t

!I Bars SHARP CHEESE. 69'New '\ ., .,?Jr ;Jt: 25 Grtta MERCHANTS Sumps

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WITH
: TENDER JUICY BEEF THE PURCHASE OPPKCDF6

WAVES CLOTHES SOFTER .. :, :; P a ONornL: ;;
'Ma Fair" 'Deliriously Different > '
I I IVORDyETERGFELANT '" ... .. Shorl R'lbs 'B ;9' At our regular low price ,
E i't'. fOOl MUDI'
.. EXPIRES 41862vvA
COTTAGE CHEESE ( ... rul ItilO
I Lar e 35' 'u"q f' !Qir
Box u oo*: 2Lb 55' KOPAK FILLED REVERSIBLE ASSORTED FLORAL PATTERNS eltEG $2.98 RETAIL
I Cup 7 Cup KKWflWlMERCHANTS ,

I i I ,. KEEPS LONGER.WASHABLES DETERGENT IOVRY Fres6PackedaApalachicola",Standard B'ED' P II.I.OW 21"x27" .f5 EA .'99 WITH S 1.DD G'N"PURCHASE$awPt Or

ANY
11OZ VARIETY PICTSWEET
I IVORY SNOW OYSTERS Can 79 FROZEN FOOD

Large or* LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED,-.REG 2 PKGS 25* VALUE At our regjfor low price IfOmfi
DCPIRE54.18.62
Box 0 J 118

i ; IIlIlER ROLLS tOe
olsflES SHINE WITHOUT WIPING
T 1
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:J DETERGENTDREFT / MERCHANTS

; .. 25 GrM Stamp
: PICTSWEET FROZEN LADY FAIR ICED
,
., WITH THE PURCHASE OF

... Gint Box 83' Baby Limas 5 Attl.?! Cinnamon Buns OF PKG 9 2ge 100I At Vi our ROOT GALLON regular BEER low DAO'3 prki wan

EXPIRES 4.1 a-62
PICTSWEET FROZEN LADY FAIR REG 25 VALUE fill. nowi
Stf. WHITE THINGS WHITER USE. <

V V' V OXYDOL DETERGENT I Fordhook Limas 5 PKGS OZ 10 tl. 'Fr. Stick Bread 15 OZ 1ge MERCHANTS 4 .

__ _
Giant Gr .a Sfamp
83 A WITH THE PURCHASE OF
Box \ POLY-UNSATURATED VEGETABLE OIL 6 OZ JAR

; t AFESt DETERGENT WESSON 011 38 UMIT-1 OZ I DECANTER5 iJI" At COFFEE our regular-MATE low price
KXICANBUYTIDE i iiI' rm EXPIRES 4-18-62 tr/11s
mmmmrntNOT I
.
tfent 7Q* LARCE NOT CIANT BUT KING SIZE REG $129 VALUE ,

I"<' II Box: /7 25 MERCHANTS GAM Stamp*

.. KING SIZE .B 99 WITH THE PURCHASE OF
WH+ A MttAClE WH1TEN1NIAGENT 48 OZ LIQUID
i. ITS DETERGENT DETERGENT
., TREND
;; _
At our regular low price
CHEER ...
AMERICA'S FAVORITE MAXWELL HOUSE LIMIT-1 WITH $2.50 FOOD ORDER .. EXPIRES 4-1B-62

is '. Cant. 79tloK" INS"DI EE 60Z 9 9C::

rrj I JAR I 25 MERCHANTS
I ttINGClEANSLIUDUZ GreaR stave aA

:DETERGENT DUZ JOAN of ARC KIDNEY'BEANS 2 Cans 300 29' FF DELUXE TOMATO' JUICE 4l OZ ns$ .00 WITH S THE LB.POLY PURCHASE BAG OF

4 ; WHITE POTATOES
;
,: ,. Box leg 'J7OUtCK ro* FYNE TWINE COTTON MOP 1 110z Stje 69' LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE JUICE 4";$1.00 At EXPIRES out regular 4-1B-62 low price

CANTADINA LIMIT 3
"" BRITE RED FULL PAK

EASY TO via I TOMATOES 303 CANS Joe TOMATO PASTE OZ 6V Joe ..., '
7' .. DETERGENT LIMIT 4" CAN I MERCHANTS
: 25 Crt* Stampt
; DASH

,--, Ie& FYNE TASTE CUT GREEN BEANS 30310' CHOC COVERED EASTER EGG 5 29' WITH COTTAGE I LB.THE CUP PURCHASE MAYFAIR CHEESE OF
39

.ri '. Box, LA CARONA LUNCH. LOAF 3 !1102 Cans 79' M'MALIOW'4{ ,0125' :: 1 At EXPIRES our regular 4.18 low-82 price

<* fASt SAFE EASY TO USE _
.
\ CASCADE DETERGENT YI4ThIALL NEW ar STARTING AI GIRDEII I w'" ,

V GARDEN FRESH. "
' IN AMERICA MERCHANTSCrt
ReR 4 7DeIiaOlS Soups' -a Slaw P'
I Box 45 OUR ,PRODUCE DEPARTMENT CARRIES WTTH PURCHASE OTSO
,'.. lltein FOOT BLACK
J' Try AW
'' A WASHING uc ; ICEBERGIETTOCI J. A COMPLETE liNE OF LAt GARDEN HOSE
; :*:-: :'f'
"+:: DETERGENT : :;: :; our regular low pric*
: I \.s- mtl :::: M GARDEN SUPPLIES DPIRE..IB.U
IVORY LIQUID '. : -
PKGS
2 69"c
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220X "...I. -=--- l.'r '.it...... SEEDS, TOOLS, FERTILIZER, ,
'
: .Sta: 69 ", FRESH GREEN :;:;::: ::::: .:: 11111
'- ::::::: ': MERCHANTS
ri t:::. (::::::r: EVERYTHING TO MAKE 25 Gr. R Slawps
_. Se '_::::: .::::= THE PURCHASE OF ..<
';q !:t.'r_:. DISHES ANDGLASSWARE CUKES EACH ::::: :::::: WITH '
, i SHiN :::t :::::: THINGS GROW 1 L&PKG.BACON FARMER OKAY

JOY LIQUID \ :' Hard FANCY GARDEN l'llL<; .jl EXCEPT A V GREEN THUMB! At our regular low prig
P: e.. '2 29 _FgRESH"-O' LB 4/11 :."..'..:ri..:.:: .'.:.:.'.:.'.:'.:'..:.- ...... EXPIRES. 418-62
22 OiSbt S JD
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I i !'''''-''':;:':'':'-'--'-'''
t $'0'h. ...

l I V. n SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS "' '. 31* M VlQlJlVcLEANER>}a FLAKY PIE CRUST WITH .
.LIGHTER CAKES
ox THE CLEANSER THAT CLEANS TWICE{ 15.FAST. THAT LEANS EVERYTHING -'"- "'
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;+ NORTHERN TISSUE 4 PKO.OP PKO.OF ROLLS. 37} COMET CLEANSER 2 2102 Cans 43 MR. CLEAN T 69' FLUFFO SHORTENING 3 Can Lb 79'4
NORTHERN TOWELS 39
2
4X: THE SNOW WHITE SHORTENING CLEANSER-THAT SAVES TIME & WORK' P&C'S NEW DETERGENT IN A TABLET
27'
NORTHERN LUN NEON NAPKINS A.

I lR :rNAHSCO LORNA! DOONES <** 3",' CRISCO SHORTENING 3 CIS l5 93' SPIC & SPAN / !ff 29i! SALVO DETERGENT! ... 7


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I . ". ... der; Treasurer Louise Kite, as-t Newman Named: ; !Services Held TTYTTTTYTYTTTrTTTYTTTl ; lecture is given by Rev. Lee Thursday rnoon. New of- Clermont Saturday.
VVYYTV yy1 TTTT T T .. friend of Mrs. Vera Ownbey; Heston. I Iin ,
'TYTT TTTT'i Town Clerk F.or I I f cers for the,coming year were krsi: Wsy'ne and Mrs. Ed-
i Conductress Vaye Cornell, of '] t ,, J. S. LiggettiOfParkofPalms MELROSEBy t The Woman's: Club'will meet : installed and new menibers to I! Hard H jtson. were attending

EYSTONEffIilfL.IGB1SIA" take 'c1tyfriend of Bertha '{ Crawford Resigns ,, at the flub house Wednesday both Senior and Juniot Beta Jo business in Green Cove

.7 Ward; Associate Conductress 1115.lice RothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAL4AAIa&A :, April 18,', and the program : Clubs were initiated. Duringthe Springs t Tuesday.

t By Mary 'Ki ScMeff: 1 Hilda Cogdell. Waldo, with ; C. H. [Chuck] Newman was John Stewart *Liggett, 68. will be Easter sacred' mus c. : program, Margaret Slade, i te1! .J1Ilong the sick of

. . "- Edith Nicholson; Chaplain :I 1 appointed' town. clerk at the of 6-the-Palmi, : diedSaturday' I' Guest artists will be Mrs. A. E. and Carol Hurst pantomimed- I tIi 9pm! nity this week are
----.Aaaaaa&4AA & UAAAIAAAILAA4AAAAAAAAA: Cleo Harley of Starke, with I regular meeting of the Keystcne after illness. Bath anu, ,Mrs; Dock L Ti- I
..... I a brief ,Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas H. : several popular.songs. TJieir Mrs. Jll$ gelasario.. Mrs. A. G.
Juniors Class Rally 'l. '', jng. .Playersincluded Nancy Sarah McDonald' ; Marshall t Heights Town Council! I A native" .\f Pennsylvapia: he 1 Beiry spent last week in MemDhis son, !Ir. :A. J. Witnerspoon, sponsor, Mrs. Clarencej .BJoldr I H\ps\ t,M1}' H. A. Grainger
Is I Ruby Hayes of Starke, with ; Tuesday night, succeeding was 3 retired salesman and and a group from the. High ., Brantley.
Big; Success. i I Button, Marguerit Float .J" Tenn. with her parents en the faculty, and parents and ,Rebecca
On Friday afternoon April Mary Ann Schaeffer, Barbara, Irene Dawson; Organist Irma with Ralph Crawford, who submitted moved 16' his present home Mr. and'Mrs.. W. V. Tibbs. School. of the members of thf| club i: TiursiBy| afternoon of last

6, the Junior Class of Drake, Cltuck Pardee, Alec I I Williams of Gainesville his resignation due to abou.t a year: :';!ago.., He was a t Mrs. Dock Tison and daughter The Melrose Cemetery As- : also attended. week Mrs: E. S. Brantley and
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1 Evelyn Puckett; Ada, pressure of other businessI Veteran of World War I and : sociation will hold its next The Junior Class held I: :Mrs. Edward Sturdivant attended -
( stone Heights High'1": School Livingston: ,' Bob Jack&n, and 'uritti Paddy I Vicki. recently visited Rev.. : a
Thomas Starke I ,
Ne\\1Ilan'saf\. he'would workout \ ember f"ihe Community meeting at 'the 'bake sale tel honor of members -
I made their debut in the field 'George 1k th. Stenha Logs and Mrs. George Tison and cemetery at the Post Office in.
t of' drama when they : don and"Catol Campbell were: Gilrie; Ruth, Mrs. 'znm lee a schedule 9f'regular : Ch1r h '(qf Keystone' Heights. 1 r children in Gainesville. Rev. grounds on Saturday, May 6. Saturday mornjng\ for the benefit I 61 the newly organizedJunfoL'Bii
gave a E lIilS Gainesville, with Ruth '
hours to "keep the 6ffkre 6pen, ;Survivors incud his widow,' Melrose
of the fund. .Club at
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matinee 8howing of their ushers. I '' and Mrs. Tison became the Winners of fft? Duplicate prom ,
play. Mitchell: Esther: Edna Wil- i and would announce this as Hazel l: and 'two sisters. Mrs. A ''Scto&f. David Brant-
sponsored HIgh
"Her Kissin' Cousin for the Among parents of twin girls recently.i Bridge Club l included .the fOllowing square dance, i .
other school children.: This the audience onFfhSy i liams. Waldor Chapter, with I soon a's prepared.Council Ifonta Kin=. 'New Jersey, and i I Mrs. Ela McGulr of Lawrence : First place, Mrs. Pa- by the cheerleaders, was held 1 ': ley,. Wllter 'Sturdivant, and
evening were Mr. andMrs Lillian Ennis Martha, Julie
; Chairman. :i Don Mrs. Olive 'HipmassyVjish: Friday night at the Cafeterii Hilda Vise are members from
helped the cast take th? edge' : 'Carl -"Herring-; from'Gainesville' 'Vetta, Gainesville, with Bernice j Tenn. and Mr. and! ley Boyd and Mrs. John I )
off their various cases of "Mi-s. Hani-; Pangborn has announced the, I I stage fright for the Herring, aformer'teacher i I Young; Elect Inez following committeeS' for ttte f f services;'were held I Tenn. are visiting Mr. and. Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- i i learning to square dance and Mrs. Callie Rye and her
'evening : I with Irene
of these boys I mon, from' StSrke,
performance for the ': and current year: J at'J:3Q 'i.!Sunday in, Jones I Mrs: Herman McGuire. yer: Third place, Mrs. W.. J. I this gave them a chance to brother, F. H. Herring of Penile
general girls was a welcome sight I WilliamS Warder "Corrine I
public. The play was pre- 'back-stage after the play: Bagley Hawthorne; with Bonnie -: Laws. Rules, Ordinances, Finance 'Memorial Chapel'' in Starke | Mr, and Mrs. Jacl$ MiUer\ Grolick and .Mrs. 'C.. .C. )'JaiI -i! test. their skills.; ppr thos I ,;yjsJV'd, their sister. Mrs.R. .

sented. in the Community ,when she came to"congratulate I II l Jones, and Sentinel Copril I and Taxation-M.,. L., with Dr. Albert C. Holt of had as guests Wednesday and I!I son; and, Fourth place f 'fli. I!'I :who weren't interested in this j li.'mh, who is a patient

I educational building.' I the cast.We'feel'lfia't. Beasley, chairman; Al Watson f Keystone Heights and A. C. i, Thursday Mrs. Eunice Miller : J. A. Thornquist! and. Mrs. j dance, the Twist was also featared. In t.:ViI\ ent's Hospital, Jack-

t *We attended the evening. |i i I I Leamon McLeod, Ward.Refreshirierits Lake. Butler, witH It and Ro.y,Watkins, members. ,t Felgert of -the-Palms i 1!''pf Gainesville, Mr. and ifrs.j Irvin M: Hanson from Miami. I!i .' sonyille, fist%Friday! and again

congratulations .' Sanitation, Lights, Water off ciat lg. Burial will be in j William Weisner .of Chiefland, School News i i in'Sundly. They report very
performance : I ,
and while we dot j are hi'order for Mrs. Alexan- i servedby ?
1 : were i Pennsylvania. and and 'The' i of" the little in her condition.
Fire: Protection, ihd" Public i Mrs. Baddt Kelley l r meeting i. METHODIST. CHURCH change
$ pretend to be a ..dramaeritic 'J d r who worked. "far-into the Mrs. Gloria Murrhee Mrs. PTA'wa ; : '- c&rL: Varnes and his
Safety-Gene Williams, chair 1- i i friends of Jacksonville. Mehw held Monday i MELROSE
we must say 'that we fl night" with these boys and i i McGlave Mr. and Mrs. ; -. .. '
I Kitty man; Beasley and Watson, Mrs. Arthur Qodley is visitIng : night, April 1 in the I nthfIirs.:.. Edith Varnes
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J'ere surprised and' pleased !1rJS,:" nct 'whipped' sbme life I' Clyde Mitchell, Mrs. Irene members. Chief Engineer, W. L. Own-j g -.Mends In Tenn ss e. : $cliool auditorium.. The president i Rev fcehneth'W.. Grfifith, i Dii, *ere weekend visitorsat

with the professional' the i.into "a :dying hors" She Dawson. Mrs. Amy McElrath, ,Streets, Sidewalks, Build: | bey; President, Lew Muir; Mrs. Arthur Rhoads and R. H. We horst, presid- P5StQrund'a' tlie home of Mr. and Mrs.

$ast carried it off. We had.was given moral l, support byofrs' and Mrs. Helen Egan. ings: and Parks-Roy Watrkins 1 Secretary, Jack Haberstroh; daughter, Mrs. Carol Vinci, ed. .The 'devoiional was ,given :, SchoolJ9:45: a.m. H./h. Sites Jr. in Griffin, Ga.

txpected obvious prompting. George LaRue who camei week Treasurer; I, J. Fred Mulling; ', I Worship 11 a. m.I Mraki Grout
This was Grand Chapter ;' chairman: ; Williams and i, : and children of Jacksonville 1! by Rev._ Kenneth Griffith, Mrs. John
{rom the wings-but what lit- j I to, a lot of rehearsals, and I 'f' i First:'Aid Officer, Charlie M c"-- 1 jrtYF and MCF 7 m.
'i I j Week for the State of Watson. members.Keystone visited Mrs. Rhoads' sister, minister of the ifelrose? Meth-. I p. left Saturday for the North
Ue was done was certAlnly'riot',,'Helped each player to"live the I Florida which met at Jack- Airpark-Al Wat< Glaye; Yic President, Henry ,i Mrs. O. T. Robinson Tuesday. I odist ChU1' h Evening W9 ship 8 p. m. where they plan to stay

fpparent. ["Here, "have5' a. ,:part., "' sonville Coliseum. April 10-13. "son, chairman; Watkins and'lQ. 'Hall; j Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons During the business session! I through the summer months.,
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Following the play the cast, Past Worthy Matron Beatrice Williams members. ; Fires and gther Activity for t have returned home af- I it was decided that the PTA i TRINITY EPISCOPAL returning to Florida nert fall.

} Before the first act'Dianne; .'directors- stage hands, et al. Schroeder was an escort to the month of March' were reported -I Iter spending about ten days I would purchase: an intercommunication I CHURCH MELROp Mrs.: Harold Gay and children -

:Brokas. student director, preSented -'I'had*a-party, at the home of the Grand Officers during all I I as follows "'by Chief I with friends in F yetteville System for the : Sundays 10 m. 'Church of Starke were Sunday
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Mrs. ,Fay Alexander" r,' Diarine Bro] as to :elebrate ceremonies. Worthy Matron Shop. Milliean Mar.. 1-drowning: at'Vnd 1 ; Winston-Salem. N., 'C.,' school. Mr. Weghorst donated School. 11:45: k-$ m. Morning afternoon visitors at the homeof

ticulty.director with* lovely.forsage. i' .t 'their i success.i Ernestine Eisenacker, and As-l On Saturday morning, at 10 : Bedford Lake; March 6, SantaFe i and Spartanburg, S. C. an electric drinking; fountain i I, Prayer :and Sermon I First I Mrs. "' Gay's grandparents,

i i, PTA'ThutSda,1.. :, sociate Matron, Phyllis Husk a.m., these same two; organizations Lake, Small outhouse D.I Mrs. David Pritchard and I to be used by the elementary I Sunday, Holy Communion Mr. an4 Mrs. W. D. Gornto.R. .

.t, Everyone said ,that'the playas Atthis, writing,. we ,do not"know" sey were elected delegates will also hold a fake 'W. Carpenter, total loss; : children of Augusta, Ga. visited children, who had made this n. EPiscopal:Young Church- L. Strickland and familyof

well-cast,.,and: :: all looked ; ''if PTA will meet on from Keystone Heights Chap- Sale at the Reynolds Insurance -, March 7, oft SR ioO( Stanley, Gen. and Mrs. Robert j request to the PTA. ? S Ormpnd Beach were Sunday -

-.to'I' nice,in their colorful- .. l.'cloth-_...' .1 j April '19 or- not. Please watch, ter. : 'Agency Office, just across small woods fire; March 10, : P. Hollis. 1 i Officers for the coming! j I neri' Holy, Days ....2' 10 a. in., HolyI guet$' of Mr. Strickland's

1!'for1 further announcements Chapter Officers and memI the street frofi1' the library: ': Midlakes, Bishop, brushfire; i :Mr. and :Mrs. Casey Deth- I j school term 'ere elected as mother. Mrs. W. D. Gornto.
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j: Political 'next week' I bers and their friends are in Boy Seoul Camporee ,! March 11, three calls 11:12 1 ridge of Akron, Ohio, who !' follows: President Mr. Gil- I I The Rev. Lee W. Heaton, Mrs. Annie F. Sikes had as

Eastern ,Star Jfews ,I for a treat on April It whenat Boy Scout Troop 105 of, a.m., Keystone.Airport;brush-i I spent the winter at Indian : bert Reed: Vice-President.! Vicaf. Sunday guests Mrs. Ethel

!; Announcements : 'Ittas Fri Iencj's Night on: 6:30: m the' Masonic Hall, Keystone' Heights enjoyed the fire; 2:25: p.nf., Lake !Bedford' ,j i Rock Beach, recently visitedi i Rev. Kenneth Griffith; Secretary I I Brockman. Mrs. Margaret

I tp.t: .at" the Keystone j I I the Chapter will sponsor a Annual Camporee. at 'Camp brush fire2:30.(: p.m7: Keystone -i I Mr- and Mrs. Glenn Thayer. I!': Mrs. R. A. Wheeler; T T ;.. I Ii Stuart.:}Irs. Jlhoda Perry, and

Heights Chapter. Eastern Star. I i Taste Supper. Members'are Francis at Interlachen on Airport, ieneal''of i Albert Spires spent last week :i and Treasurer Mrs. Lois Wil- I Rebecca :Brantley.
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tOB COUNTY COMMISSION This colorful ceremony is one urged to bring their favorite i April 6 and 1. Twenty-seven morning fire; March 17, iI y-'11n,Tallahassee with his son I liams. The committee elecfed i GRANDINi Notice :. The evening worship -

J DIST, 2, CLAY COUNTY I,I in '1Ucff, area: Starrtnembers I'I'I covered dishes prior to supper 'boys and three adUlts left i ner 'House; 'Lake Geneva' ',. icii
; '- become. better acquainted atid time in order that the committee -. Keystone' Heights at ;4 pjn..Friday IdX. March 18, Lake Gei.,-, Evans Spires and children. II program planning for next I 8 ,p.mand tTjrainmg Union

4 I wiSh to announce my.can-' : work together for' the Order j may be ready to serve ,. -ill with full1; packs. 'va/Biddle,brush "fire: \ Mr. a'nd'Mrs. George Lund year include Mrs. Evelyn Perry -I By Airs. Lbecta Brantley is now. at. 6:45: for the dura-

< idacy for: County- Commissionr ?! Visiting friends Sand' representatives -: by 6:30.: This is under the direction From the check-in (point? they; 'Williams' reported that a of 'Cape' Cod, Mass., who spent I Mrs. Ayleen Smith, Mrs. l A4.ALAA4L4AALAAAAAAAA tion of the 'spring and summer -
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District Two, Clay"'County. ; t ,were from: of Phyllis Hussey's hiked: one-half mile to the city map' showing location of the winter in Sarasota, visitedMr. James Price Jr., and Mrs. months.

am 52 years of age arid have' (Gainesville'Starke! ; present, Lake Butler I Ways apd Means Committee. campsite.' I fire hydrants': 'fs' nearly com, ";,1 ..:and Mrs. Huel Hollowayfor ; Frances Stephepson. i i Out of ,town, visitors at the I .

ned in Clay County. for 35 i 1 ; :'Waldo, and Lake City These folks are famous for The boys were scored by pleted, and will be ready for the weekend.Mr. The'room count was'won by Sunday morning* warship service ,-.

cars. Chapters-each to 8 with: hiS'i their tasty casseroles and del- patrols on Hikecraft, Camp- the May meeting. Map will be and Mrs. Arnold Ren-I Mrs8.. Smith's 6th grade and i at Paran Church were ,Mr.

.I I ama,' member of the-,Meth-I'"friend"' in the evening program icacies, so come one, come all.; craft, Patrol Spirit, and Cook' posted in fire-station. nison of East Moline, Ill. are Mrs. Stephenson's llth, grade. and! %Irs. Jbhn, Herring Ind : t
At 8 o'clock, the regular CraftFive patrols fine i iljOb I' The speaker for the evening daughters of Gainesville, and : '
i>dist Church, Mason, and The highlight of the i did 4 i Han reported.'progress rla-< visiting- Arthur Rennison; 'MtCJl. 4priro'dw
t Eastern Star. :... I| evening was the special salute OES Chapter' meeting will beheld II'I by taking two se'cond'plice': tive to the purchase of an Rev. and Mrs. Bill Breyfogle. I was Thomas E. Dodamead. .Mrs. John UC Perry of Mel- .'t" r.crrl'III:fO DWYER, DvtDMLlq

J I am, vLta\ly) : inter.*\ed' in I| to 'Disjnct 8's tjrand Repjei : in the Chapter room. L[ ribbons and "three first-j'f ditiotAla men.Jor southwest. and mon. Sam of Tallah 'Ssee. j Jr.,' who''i is" director of the I j rose. l t2crokt
the growth And, welfare of]I i sentative to the'State\ of West!:rArnfltIoi tfIIfO -aln' I.place T>me'-"ribDons*';Patrols section of town.I : : ', former"-r's- dentS '0,"Melrose ,| Ouiaance--Center: St. John's,I[ We regret to report that -.17tWV'n'ersiy A"e. FR 24Oi' I

: the county. i Virginia:'Mrs.> Roselln Thayer' itiation of Mr. and Mrs. Ira1 taking the honors were Gator i i I The: slate of .officers submitted visited friends here' last week. River Junior College in Patet-I :B. J. Alderman! is confined to :

;, S I earnestly and 'sincerely'Ji.sk .: 'of :.W4ldd;:Chapter 120. Keystone C. Stringer will take place. Patrol. First Place Bide' Ribbon by' the executive board I Visiting ,at the home of Mr. ka. He presented an infonna*. I| .his' homo. f an extended rest '-
The refreshment committee Patrol Leader Marshall tive discussion "Vocational pertol on 'Jocor'sw ojd.er.s.i << .. INSIJRANCEAutoFireCanalty
for your active support; Chapter officers escorted i, wa.s unanimously .elected... At !and. Mrs., Dock L. Tison is ., on I '
4 on" 8 will be Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Beam; Panther Patrol, Blue; Guidance." i I (f. Burnel was combining
'ndi>te for me May Representative Thayer on this time. President Muir assumed Miss Martie Ch mberlin of
19G2. I .. Hardenbergh; Mrs. Paddy GU- Ribbon, 'Tommy Bird. Patrol\ A social hour followed the business with pleasure wtth a
her tour from Florida to West j I the chair. MiC nopy, aunt of Mrs. Tison. i i Bonds i and Allied Lined
ne, and Mrs. Lucy Finely. Leader Cobra Patrol Blue I in the school lunch day at Daytona Beach on
RAYMOND TREW Virginia presenting her with I. ; At the :conclusion of allbusiness.the Mrs. Carl Hagglund Jr., Mrs. I meeting I 1
j 'an appropriate gift, symbolic'of i' Golfers Association Sews Ribbon, Patrol Leader George. meeting adjourned Elmo' Yarbrough, Mrs. Dock room. Hostesses for the refreshment -, Wednesday. Reynolds Insurance

;ij :'. : the Jive' states1 through 'The K& stone Heights Golfers MAHenr Eagle- Patrol;,.Sewmd<: at 9:05: pin Tisoh. and: :Mrs. 'Clinton Blan-'I period included I .Pvt. MelviIi Cumbers of Agency

U' FOR COUNTY which'She traveled. i, Association met Friday, Place Red Ribbon, Patrol Party for KatieMissKatie kenshjp\ recently attended a : Mrs. 'Matchett, Mrs. Moody I Camp 'Gordon, Ga. was a 1 1I W. L. Reynolds

:i *.COMMISSIONER, DIST. !4.RFELECT Friends'sharlng{ the offices : April 6. After the business I I Leader Jim Davie; Rattlesnake ,, Gaboardi small shower in fceyfcfone Heights Mrs. Donaldson, Mrs. Duke, I weekend, visitor with family Ph. 2442 2701Keystone
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I meeting foursomes played Patrol, Red Ribbon, Patrol, i and Mrs. Le_ Clare, who served :; ah'd friends in>> Grandin.i .
"' O. J. MUflRHEE].bf the' ,.chapter included daughter of-lit. and Mrs. Jim given\ for"iliss ChJflene pen- Height*, FIa.
medal play Low Pre- Leader Hickman. i i H. ,(Gtomto and H. R. _
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I your County Commissioner,! Worthy ,Matron Esther Han I r Gaboardi of Melrose. cdef nis, bride-elect of Willis. : Ches- punch I I- -*,t.* ..I .-- ---- --1
I'ida Wyman; Low net May ScoutmasterBarry wrlnan 1 f ted third with I Beta Club, held a |ea Pierce weje busines visitors
br her birthday
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4 District 4 (Kingsley LaXe; Mc-j of Waldo Chapter, as S
Henderson Low Gen wishes to thank the I I
Rae, Belmore, and '.S&ystofie 'Mrs. Ernestine Eisenacker; I ; putts r 'following I, a party on Tuesday afternoon, The:Woman's'Club will hold --,-
Heights) county-at-large. Worthy Patron 'Hal Hamilton Christoffers.On for transportation to -and j ji I ApVy\ /Party-guests include\ an .Easter Bake Sale at 1; the

Your support and "vote fQr of Starke,120.Friend of Ozzie, April Fools' Day the ,i from the cami>or e: Mr.; and:,.Brent :Baldwin,. Lloyd Said'win post office on Saturday, April
women sponsored a shotgun I Mrs. William M.; Beam, Mrs.: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE!
I Jane Schaeffer .
Martha
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me will assure contiuu. progressive Williams} Associate Matron I i 21, beginning at an."Weekend
Tournament with' 24 couples 'John"Ref St.. Mat: : Moflhey '
and economical administration ,Katherine ,Singletary starke.I I ? ::'Sherf Prevost, Angela Pre;: : guests'of ifr. And .
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of your County! Q v-I a friend of Phyllis Hussey; participating, followed by a ;' ham Mrs. T. S. Triest. and vost David Gaboardi, Chris Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer and "

ernment. '\ -I!-Associate'. Patron Ned Single- covered dish supper. Low net Mr. Brannon. j I I tine Gaboardi, Teresa ".
Iill appreciate your' 3ot&and l'tary- as'' friend .of Edward foursomes were Albert Bach- ScoutmasterWypin' was ;' boardi, Mrs. Lucile Baldwin, ry Thompson and daughter .

support on May 8\ !I Hussey;' 'Airs.: Louise Hardin, mann, Lindsay Walker, C. P. assisted in sup rtwng his Mrs. Peggy Pretest, and Mrs. of 'St. Augustine. I __ '. ; ,_,. ,
Crawford and Enna'Rushton. troop by Gene Wilidms.LlAns ) I! __. __ .. "Hj -l'_-<<__._ _
-0. J.' '}dunheeIJ as, Xiifl4'of Beatrice: Schroe- Miry K. Schaeffer: ,Tlie: Melrose Public Library ,, '1
,; :: . I Also Lois Olson, Mae Stead-' Have Diifetef.Meeting' Anbther'Girl for tea When It:Comes To
will hold April 12 :
a on APPLIANCE DEALERFRiGIDAIRE HEAL ESTATE
I I Ii i ham, Thelma Anderson and ,; Monday evening April 9, Hetheringtons Open house will be from 3 to i .INSURANCEGO :

,.. .- I Huntley Redfearn Sr. I I the Keystone Lions Club enjoyed We happy tbe Li FIR T CLASS, 4
- .., hvfc ?eceited ,t: 5 "p m. *t library. era- Pete
Future Homemakers : regular monlhlydhinr C ,J: O'ConnorREALTOH
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little announcement from Jim ture about the history of ifel- Geo. E LaRiie
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and Gloria 'Hether ngtori 'who rose will be on display along Keystone Heights .
.. N Three members of the local them by ladles 'of the" Junior i iI Service
are'now living in Glen Burnie, with an exhibit of gems. The S&Ies and Agt. For TRAVELERS
chapter of Future Homemakers -I Woman's Club.t Md. They have another public -is cordially Invited_ to i Yeoman's Electric Insurance Company: REAL'ESTATIfOITG
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of America and their Two of tfie ,. ,
chaperone representatives .
daughter, born on 'March 29, attend. : HomeOHnersAutomobile .
left this morning for!I I Florida Waterways! .committee ; Lee. the Service GES APPRAISALS
whom they named: Laura Women of Episcopal'tli Fire
Clearwater, to be gone until Harvard-Nygen and (juf This makes four 'girls and one rch will hold i :Benefit Melrose GR 5-2S71' Tel 4692, pay 4325 Nile iK Yalon. Heights. Phone 4291

Sunday, where they will at-'!!I Alvarez, were the guest speakers .- boy for the ,Hetheringtons. All Silver Tea at the rectory from 1 __ I i .
tend the Stat Convention of j i of the evening, and they i AUTO SERVICE MILLWORK i:
Future Homemakers. Delegates j!, their former Keystone neigh'bos' 3 to 5 pm.. Sunday, April 18. i .. LiTEE SANTA FE LAKE
spoke Cross-
on 'the'proposed '
I and friends are happyto'hea Melrose 'Boy Scout Troop I
are Dianah Hills' pre-- j i Florida Barge Canal.At !. /.the n ws; : 109 attended a'J meeting of the ; Baker Enterprises Keystone I i Furnished Home.

dent of the local Chapter;i I i their next business meeting first Baptist Church News i North Florida Council Asso- I Ii i Authorized Millwork ShopCABINETS IS ,jb'drmv sowij house dock

Margaret Pater; local ,chapter!! April 23. the Lions, wilJj i This week :the Church has ciation' of Boy Scouts at St. i U-Haul Trailer Dealer I FURNISHED HOME.f .
treasurer and Carol Stephenson elect officers for next year. : :r- DOORS i ., ,
been having ,nightly !meetings Charles Francis Camp Friday Auto KepaiH 21 Hr. Service TJ|
district chalrni rl. Mrs.!! It' was revealed thit' ttie|I which .conducted throughthe [ tIriough.Saturi1y, entering in i Bait Shell Gas & Oil *T.NDOW'FEAM I pacio04; ; lot many trees, pried
Mabel HillS KHS home' economics Lions had 'd nat d four pints I SCEEENS and aim" tee:
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School of Missions. They the competition or camping I IskilIs Available 24 Hr .. .
teacher' will be. their, of blood for one'of the mem-. began ,on Sunday morning, :, Patrols 'of Troop 109 Portable ,Electric Welding Tri II Hateriab 1j Associate! Edna Martin

_, I bers' wives wh is ilL > and will continueeach 'eve- 'that ion' rib>ons Included a 2M1So.ortRt.100, Suit Jfwe T. Order ,

- J U.. .t' ., t > : Honor Given Local Iloy The Keystone: Lions' Club ,irSng with different' speaker first;..place ribbon td the Panther Keystone Heights! 4659 Key.toM.iJtirht. TeL 42LS Kejltone Heights Urn.

- -What Price .: '. r" Steve O'Connor, son 'of Mr. have another project 'Under starting at 8" p.m. Patrol and a second place I Phone 4106 '

I PEACE OF MIND? and Mrs. C. J. O'Connor a;, way now. They are collecting: OA, Easter Sunday, there ribbon to the Eagle PatrolEach : NURSERY J..UlEs H. MeEACUIN.

freshman at St.' Johns River f old eyeglassestto be sent,of- will 'be' special music at the .Wednesday night'during FLORIST Clemens REALTOR

I For less than youpay: for,your daily i 'p. '..'spaper, you Junior, College, has been elected -" erseas. If you have 'a pair 'morning service with'all lent, a covered dish "supper Edna Willianu Nursery
president of the Student of eyeglasses you n q longer Choirs Over 600, VanitIes of .
can enjoy the sense of security that comes partiCipating.In" the is held< at the Parish v ,
f from knowing complete th&t: ; valuables are at alt times Body for the coming year. I need please give theintta'any &eremn& the adult choir win House.. After, the supper, P'LORIRT-NUftU&Y Shrubs Trek Bousepiants S.: E. McKay Realtor
your should FLOWERS Citrus & Azalea ,P ,
Keystoners be proudto member, 'or take them to Be- render the. Sacred Cantata -,
SAFE from fire, theft, tampering. and misplacement. : be so well represented at lote's Drugs! or .1urrhee' In- "What a'Wonderful Saviour," -c :, ref AH OttMtoMUelrosa Hiway 103 at Hfllcrt Lake Front Property. Iloniei

this fast-growing institution.'!"surance Agency.This project is Sermon, ;::30 ajn.; Evening 1 Phone. : OR 5-2331 Si/z Miles East of
o'clock and
Yes. it costs you only a few cents per daynto rent' a at 8. everyone -- and, Atftage.
Other loc students there Include the( I I ,_ Keystone 4
p Is' in charge of eye-con- invited:" 5'.t Prayer..5pm. Height" I -
---Safe'deposit box i far bonds J '
in and
thjs t bank your KrJ"ftw.e Height*-Ph. SOU
INSURANCE
Myron Jr. Larry cqmmitfiee. of which
Prevatt servation beginning Monday evening Monday and Tuesday, Holy I
stocks-real e&tale deeds ana .attracts of title-- .Ma.sS&Jis NURSERY STOCK ,
Devnick.Ricky Sunderland. George r chairman. Eucharist. 7
and continuing through the am. i %D Insurance Sayings Plan 'I' 1
will-insurance policies -inven ory4 of hd selioldgoodscontracts' Al Martin Mike Lawrence, Fire Dept. News ffllo'wmV t ; _Sfinday: April 29]; Wednesday Holy Eucharist,|; If You Live It'i a SavingIf Azaleas 50c t up Winifred

and business 'papers-financial Calvin O'Steen, Steve'O'Cpn-1 Keystone.. Heights Volunteer Rev. C:Eart Cooper of'River- 7 and 10 ajn. i 3' to 4' Azaleas Special $2.00 fa. H.CRAWFORD.

'records-receipts -*treasured'jetolry. '. ; fie'irlooins, '" ind- n r..ROdn y Bamford. and Sara Fire Department held their side Baptist Church of JacksOnville Maundy Thursday. Holy'' *You Die -" It's Insurance Landscaping Material Available
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keepsakes. fc A Jo Sprow. t regular monthly meeting on will conduct Revival Eucharist. 7:30. pjn. ASK YOUR GULF MAN See Our Plants Before Yfi B'1

-" r jf Ruminate Sale Bake Sale Tuesday evening. April 3, with I' Services at the Church.. Dr. I t O. C. .
Good Friday. Good Friday Carnes
iirie r
L. R. Brault ; i. .edi&j
The value of this solid protection peaceof Members: of' Keystone) 21 members'present; eight absent Cooper sf wonderful preacher Rites, 10 ajn. Litany and .. Elt&te $f,k1LAke
Florahome
mind alone! -is worth' many; times its Heights Woman's Club am! An executive board I and everyone 4s cordially Meditation, 7:3Q: p.m. Keystone lights. Tel itfg-4151 684-4655. : Properties AereafRanchea .

I* trifling cost"Why. 'notr, .t- .cam4"iiTanirsee. the Community Churchwomen meeting preceded' the regular : invited to'attend.:' :Easter Even: Easter Even I PACKAGE STORE Easiness City
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about it? are Joining forces this weekto meeting for the' purpose of I News frqm. St. Anne's Rites 7:30 p.m.' INSURANCE
Home !ntali
conduct a bang-up Rum- nominating t officers for the I I' .. Shaughneuy'sPACKAGE .
There 'will be no Covered The EYC Till gather at 3 I "Wi Take A Personal Intare
,. : mage Sale, starting toda coming year. These names j Dish this month it Saturday at the! Murrhee Insurance SToat .
,THE KEYSTONE STATE. BANK : Supper as p.m. on ,Id ..Your.. Requir! m iiU*
April. 12, and continuing were submitted |n nomination: would come during Holy Week.The' O'Connor home to make Palm t OPEN ,I A. 11-12 P. U4MITJI:

kEI13ER1D: LV; r t,' through -Saturday-: Thetale Chief Everett Fox; Assistant following services zescheduiedfor Crosseusing' palms brought Agency CLOSED' SUNDAYS )fid '&t&,Keystoneifiway Hefptl .

I will be held in the same store- Chief E. E. Williams; Captains "Holy Week: by'Jan and Rodney Paul, General Insurance Keystone tae'lroce md1rQ Melrose

A Friendly Bank' room as the temporary qli i-I' ,.Roy Tyre and Ed 'Palm Choir and Bonds ,
I. in A Friendly Community 'Ben-I Sunday, Morning "The Junior the Fin Casualty A18o. .... ; : .r
Keystone Heights, FJa. L ters of the Clay Library, next]!I nett; Lieutenants. Prayer at 9:10: a.m.Blesslnz;. Senior Choir will practice _\llltd Lines Blue Pine Psckaga Store t Bar I-opea 8o dys_

.; ,. 1 I door to the. Keystone BarberS Moody, and .Charlie !Tolford;-of Palms,rtttaj Eucansk and (Continued on Next Pike) Keystone Heights 2731 j
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I,Insurance.Agencyoh Saturday .meet with Mrs.. J..A :Tham- Oh, well nobody is. gettingany as you leave [for what you officers at their regular week-
i Keansburg. N. J. thereof B. H. -
upon Rawis P.O. -
,.)KES TON.Eih morning April :14.; quist- with Mrs. Ruth Ohlson younger; iCel? system: --
would be best, last- '
fir'
: meeting Bcrr
'week, naming Mr: -and-- Mi .-'J. W; Horne, SJ4, 'Hikh Springs; Florida,
'.1 G.f 1 i I Circles will meet. on Monday .as co-host&ifsft 130: p.m.a 'T m'Rnley is still:a:patient;.j; U ,there were! .any practical Sheryl McElroy as president Billy Horne; and Mrs" Rich- attorney, for. plaintiff at the

.' ; .. .L, ,''G'. H. 'T 5 i April 16;as follows: Cir- .. The Nightengales with Mrs. fin ,tttg Veteran's! Hospital at I|t way to, go,f bout !. .'. Ode sia MeRon: waselected ard May and daughter drove same time.HEREiy. I WILLIAMSiJEWELRY

j I tie 1, with Mrs. W. J. Grolick Leon Wagner; as.:leader; ;'will Lake City, where ,hi recently secretary:and soelal-chairman to'' New Port ,Richie Sunday FAIL ;TOT OR A
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r& as'leader will meet with Mrs. meet with .Mrs.- Hazel Rogers underwent surgery. FIIET' BAWISt CHUBCHKETSTOiVE and Joyce Conklb treasurer tovisit' the R. C. Williams ; DECREE PRO COXFESSO will;

From Preceedlng Page! t j Frank,Price at. I p.m.; Circle ar 8 pjn. .The.Rebeccas, -m tft Wehear that Charles Par- : HEIGHTS apd IitewarosWp'chairman.' family.: Mrs. Home Mrs. May j j be E N entered against you. ,
; WITNESS WHERFOF, I
2, with R. A. Gaunt leader, Mrs; Donald W/'Sh'ackleford' .\ I j
Friday ,night, this. week.. as' as dele; tjwner of the. White:1op OTher 'committee .chairmen and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of I I| have hereunto set my hand and
; Jvell" as the usual Wednesday i,j i will meet with Mrs. Joseph as leader, will meet With Mrs. Restaurant, isin "the Lake _'f. R; :Smith, pastftil.Ralph: elected. .were' Donna', Rhoden, '.Starke: were Jacksonville visitors -:! the seal of this Court at Starke j REPAIRS

evening scheduled practice. I I Werner at 1:30: pjn-j; Circle 3 Kenneth Cooper at (8pm.: City Veterans'" Hospital, also i I'Copelahd Minister. of' .Music, program: Cordelia Allen, mission last Tuesday. i|I March Florida, A.D.this. 1962.the 27th, day of I I I WATCHRS-IIIAMOXnS

Community Church News I f with Mrs. P..E., Stitchberry as"1 This' is th'e.test call for those,,. Frfendiof Mrs. Mabel Hiers. i and church1' organist. '( : study; Virginia Brown Mrs. V. J. s'laae: was a Jack-]j I,j Charles A. Darby, I All Work Guaranteed -

>JS> There Is still [time to make leader, will meet with. Miss who would :)like tfr' put Me- <': mother: of Mrs Ronnie:Hard Services: Sunday.: S hOol 'I', community ,missions; Myrtle sonville visitor Saturday. :!i ii Bradford Clerk Circuit County Court, Florida, : A. yV'iliiams. .
Cleva Carson 9:45
with Mrs. A. R- .
: MorninWoship
; a. m..
: mortal Flowers : Ann SEAL
the Church Hinson Sheryi )
enb rgh. will be pleased :.to prayer; ;
I the
xmtributions to Rummage'I 1 I i Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Green
:301 f 10:50 Ii. : ;' By: Marian L. 142 W. Call St.
Chapman as co-hostess 1 on Easter : m. Training. Union,i Crosby, Deputy :
bale Sunday Call: Moll.i, know:: that she. has.taken. up McElroy membership; and;: left 1 :
which is now in progressin : :I I 7:08 I Friday fortheir. home in j Clerk. -
pm. Circle 4. with Mrs. A. : Starke Fla.
.' P. D. W. ShacKiefbrd by April'1 f residence in Keystone Heights, : p. m. Evening services t .Sandra- Moore forward steps. B H. '}{awls, P.O. EOT 854 ,
the Andrews
Library Room next to Ind. after spending
;
Crosby as leader will' meet : 8 00 m. .lnvftM to. ; FJigh Springs, ,F.lorida.ttoraey. .
ar
16. at 4265. andis in little p. rOll ;; Counselors are Mrs. D.: E. I .1. '
the[ Barber Shop. Also remember ; living her me Share the winter months here. for Plaintiff. i .-.
with Mrs. William Wolz] at Cnfldrtn's Bftle-'Mission family Prayer time with Hill arid MrsHorace' ,
to make your contribution .f fipe''home'next door to the \ *' '' *" Dyal. .; Mrs. Colsie Rigdon underwent i s-" 4t 4-1S' ,.
1:30: 5, with Mrs' A: number: of Joy Bible Club Hardenbergh home Lake us. -; 0
Jto; .the.Bake Sale at Reynolds p.m.; Circle on i; New Look for Stcrcs Here :i iI i eye surgery recently iri j 5..
1 Children to Thertsss- and Geneva. no'drop in ta see (
John Karges as leader, wilt Keystone Heights found that COit7NITT: clrlmc I Stores' ;;in Hampton. have I. Alachua General Hospital, and $ -. _

her.Herbert been. sprucing up and getting Is, now back at home and
faithfulness and. hard, work KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Smith Corona
GLASS That's Our Business. .. are worthwhile. Winners Ofa sister Wright and His I : anew_ .look- the. last few. weeks., ,: much i improved. and. Remfugton --
Mrs. A. Shepherd ofMerchantsville. Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister
six-week 'contest were'j j May's Grocery, since Rica j, .
"If It's Glass We' Have It" N. J. have left .
awarded a ride in Park-of-the-; Mrs. George A. C nova .Organist -,j atei .May;,tooi.over-.the management ;
for .
CALL WRITE VISIT home after a pleasant
or and Director. 'OTlC
-from his father PORTABLE'J
Palms Director
Gordon Pur-
FOR ANY GLASS ..NEEDSHEA'S dy's "Cessna." I I j|, month at White Feather Court Richard Co&hnun, Youth D r.i ClaUdfeMayt in February, hascharigedon .LN THE NAME OF.. THE STATE
t Mrs>Irene Russell of Grand Sunday School l 9:45 m-i f QP FLORI0A* .
: :
a. teen the '
interior
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Needless to -'excitementf
say I! Rapids Mich. who has TO jfeS lB LEE PEEPLES,
'GLASS CO. spent Morning :Worship 11 a. m.j-j.with-, new..counters and display -:
ran high! Out of the good-;several l months at White $ Whos residence and address is I- TYPEWRITERS
; Youth People' 7 Pioneers .wU1 ,
p.m. ,
ness of Mr. Purdy's heart .a;: racks and..this week work unknown. .
.
INC.: Feather Court has left
(NOT ) j by 6
m. YOU ARE HEIlEBt XOTI-
number of parents, 'br tbers.1siSters p. t i is. being done on the storage
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." plane"to Spend a short time ;! FlED that there has been filed
club teachers, and house.next tothfe storebuild- in thr. Circuit.Court of Brad- r.
aoh i ,
with her in West Virginia
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ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL '
IVe Design: Modern Store Fronts helpers were included-a real' : : mg.- I! ford..County Florida, a divorce .

Just Mail Us A Pattern ;For lesson in "grace." enroute home. CHURCH, ,KEYSTONEKey. i I .Jeff B kei. store, next to |I case the .case against ia MAJ\Y yon. The ESTA style. PE of'. ,J
Mrs. Redfearn '
Table Tops .j J Those winning the ride were Huntley g!\ve Win. W. WonstaU. Vicar il;Jthe, .postof flee"- last week got! PLES. Vs. JESSIE L.Efl PEEBLO3. ...
a tea recently in the new Recreation : The relief therein pray- .
.j 1313TN.. ; ."'. 4th PI. Gainesville,.Fla. Phone FR2-4353 Cheryl Griff,'Karen Breeder Room at the Holiday Daily Morning Prayer, 8:30: I! Anew- front porch' roof and f ed is a divorce a-vintulo ma- .t-, SOLD ON ,.
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.i;- 'f I land r Charles Breeders ,Gall Wolf, .Beach Apartments for her am. Daily- -Evening' Prayer, 5., supports_'__A__,_'a._jump_....__,ahead__ r__of__the._ ; trimooiv Fred Peeples*nd, James the custody M. Peebles of 4 _1w-A EASY :TERMS .,
r Pricilla Dodd. winter .guests. Among the p.m. sunaay, 9:30: a-m. < bUWKU'C-aiuuiiuicPersonals. 1U1U/Jr: ,nu.u. and Sherrie E Peebles, m'nors.' .
News from St, William's : i ij iitr [ You are commanded to file.
guests were Mrs. Mae Rom ein, Holy .Eucharist on 1st and; j yo.ur anSwer or other pleadings BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH! ('

This week'being Holy Week, and her mother, Mrs. Inges, 3rd Sundays each month..j j .* and Wrs. Jeff*Baker of in said cause on or before April .
there will be Catechism (i{p, U6%, WiIJI the Clerk of .1'
no Morning Prayer on '2nd and i Hampton are theparents of ,. --
who tells with pride'.of her 98 ,j this Court and to serve a copy i

Classes, and' no Teenage or years of age.. Mrs. Inges favored 4th Sunday. .Litany Service I, a son, Charles"Eari, born Man-j & I #U '. L .

Adult Instructions, and no the group with several on any 5th Sunday. Evening i j;'i day-"April 2, in Atlanta, Ga.,f! '

Lenten Devotions Monday. Prayer, 5 where Mrs. Baker has been -
recitations few of her own pjn. 1 i: IT'S ALL

However, the Altar' Society. composing. Mrs. Redfearn During Lent Litany and staying with_her'p'a.ren s. Mrs. .

will hold its regular monthly \served a delicious lunch. Meditation each Wednesday, I Baker andthe. 'new baby. plan :

NATURAL meeting on Monday 'evening, .Miss! Anna McCullough entertained 7:30 p.m. i,. ta, come_ home this Friday. 1
1' April 16. at 7:30 pan. At this i Chastaln
a group of her Mis. Jessie was in >

time, the nominating' committee friends at a luncheon, partyat vIvvyyvymyyyyyyyyy, ',j! Jacksonvflfc on Monday last

will present a slate of officers the Garden Restaurant in 1 I j w :kL and Sunday'visitors here ;

Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE for the coming year Starke on Thursday, April 5.. HAMPTONBy witl} Mrs. Chasfalh were Mr. ic
I
The following Monday, : ; and 'Mrs'
Guests included Mrs. Harold I Shirley' 'Piper, of iP
23, there will be Cate- I .,
April .
964-1301 NIGHT 964-2411 Button, Mrs. Dan Pater, Mrs.: Jacksonville'.
)In:D, t : :
chism or' Instructions, but : : Hill
Mary Carew Mrs. Herbert ; Visitors'Sunday at the home ,; )
CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. there will be a,Paiic ke Supper I 1. : "
I Nelson, Mrs. Albert Bach kAAAAAAAAAA4L8AAALI: j4 of Mr-, and .Mr .,.George Wit-
put on, by ,the Aunt jemi .I :'
liams. 'were bur
p I mann Mrs. Arthur Ryan Mrs. Ho -to-HoDse / : Mrs. Jessie ? .
Canvas
.
,
ma people. George- Schaeffer, and daughter For Cancer Drive ban and. .children of Lawtey- )
29, Monday '
Starting April and con- .
Martha Jane. The and Mf; and Mrs..Frank Wil-
guestof
<
Thrifty( Home ImprovementsStart tinuing for a week, .there will Monday, April 16, win be) liams
honor, Mrs. Ryan, was presented D-Day for the and. family"of Gaines- ;
at Williams. housetohousefund
Mission .
be
a .St. f
little vine. Mz'"S. Griffin
a. gift from the Wesley
Here Choir practice will be held ; campaign tor'th Bradford -i j
hostess, with a card signed ball spent Suhday; with the WilKamses I II I
Sunday at noon. This will be County Unit of the AtherI :

I 1.1 the last practice.before Easter. the the occasion.guests as Mrs.a mementoof Ryan, lean dents Cancer of Society, resti -j I I theird. .while ughter Mr Phyllis, Griffin, and, ;, I : r -T-:; !i

The Choir; under the direction| a visitor from Chicago. is the ,.............,, 'Hampton" .n. 1..are___ urged....L'U_to_ L6uis Breazeale drove to Cedar I
of Gladyce Bachmann, has "''Y".L house guest of her ..daughterand Key. ,:1: I _k- -
each home .
make that day.Can1sterS'and
been working- .hard to family, the Herbert ..Nel! ,:: Louis Brazeale of Stewart II :

the 'Easter Music .a success. posters have :;, Miss., -is here with ,
sons. visiting
also been ':: ,!1 .
Soloists f will.be;Estelle,Bfsbee, The Missionary Society- 'of placed tn.each'of the: hV.sonriii'iaw: : and'-daughter,. :
:
stores tri-.Hampto'n i ii
and Leo LBlanc> Janet .to aid -in ''
the.First Baptist Church, ld the'drive r.aad: Mrs.Wesley.. Griffin.Mi' i :
Lamm is the organist. for 'funds. Last/year, J
/ :*and A. I
Circle Mrs. G. __
Personals group meeting at the $48 was turned in ffdm. the Pope : -- j

Miss Dee Dee 1Ia.rdenberihwas home of Mrs. M. L. Beasley Hampton area and workers ;i; moved back to Hampton last '. MI/I '*. FiberglassBoatJ- hnson, "18" :\Iotof-Murry Tilt Trailer
I r c "ntl1. Mrs. Irene Russellof week 'from Eau.GallieV where
WE : ,
CARRY EVERYTHING INDOOR this
FOR hope fri
year
admitted to' Bradford coJct] more,

AND .OUT- OOR FIX UP;' County Hospital on Monday i I the Grand honor Rapids guest, and, Mich.received, was to.be; used by the Cancer, Society they eral;,! yf have.rs.been Mr.living'.Pope has for'se re-' COME SEE. COME REGISTER. OFTEN I

A. B. C. ; afterneon of thii. week. with : for scientific research
Finance
;.,. ,< .. I for a beautiful gift Refreshments public education, and services, tirfd from his work at. Eau NO OBLIGATION I IJ
.. 'minor surgery scheduled were served. Gallic, and they are now liv-

4. 1 _trRE'if ;sTiM T S : || moridngv.-gijehouM r :iftS:" i DjaMi- rate'of andtherebylieIp' urM.cancers: increase,the jn'their\fQrinep.;; ": hpjnej.pnDiv&jon ; ToBeGivenAwayBy i iI'

}f "nearly: ; & ytdbmQ>: home tef-.R6mesa; Mrs;D6dd'sparof ; -. : Jse.rving"on'the.board: : Of'the I l '.Mtreefk: w.-. .; (;t. 3)' l : ,: ,

Phone 964-5291 : atthis* !.. reading,1I Ij.. i1U 'Mr.-ahd.: Mis "A.Rl.Mar: : ;' Bradford :!! 'd"W" Y, r.hU)1 .t. :been very,

.. '- mplete"T..i e of Hardwares '. :!I IC i, Schulte Mr'; 'Mra.liormtfn, ; cf : Oklawah&! :'and.'Dale American Cancer untyUntt.of-.ihe:;Sot e'tr from: J o :;,.t} t4we1) -an4 :ht:

(; trt44eh. wer Bradley 'Starke, all left last H mjtonafldMsP.J.merman.-; : and' .vJft;: ;- |ijBBp. .j_have jeenYoung i IMPERIAL Service Station: !
areMrDE: .Hill
I 1 I weekend. .gueste $:. i;:',Mr.. and Satuitfay: :: :morning for 'Bob : : ; ; .- .Jita: :. 1'.Jack._ _._. ..!_-..'Mri11e.. '. .

Bradford Building Supply t.Mrsi'f Nick.Chatk, ;: of 'Keystone. "Jones, University,.to. .attend, .'toe, IL-fl Meeting,:'Friday '. -, ; ,:a 'Mr ..Wijlter |I .
}'Club ..Estates.j .- r ,:
,! ; Bible Conference thete; whereMrs. .and oiv moved. ., .-Mondas .from. j:i .
;
Womenthi ''
'
BUY
Hampton I "BUY THE BEST IMPERIAL"U.
I j We'wonder_ : why.,some ot his Dodd' ''son,: John;'& .a area ebuserail! (ortioi,..where -
: reminded
301 E.. Call Street : ':more'playful (rferfdsChoose to student. "" 'They all .enjoyed are 'of. the they-hye! bejen.Tiring .nearrhis! j
i
I meeting at the town hall ; S. 301 North City Limits Starke, Fla.
i on
call Charlie} McOlaV: ."Char seeing the opera- "!.tda.".D e Friday afternoon; othe'Mr Verpa ; nmzto} : j -- -. ..

1 lie-Horse:' 'McGlave" .'of. late?. : this week,;I ,... ... .:. __ ..
Bradley and Romesa "
---- _. Dodd Annl,15._ Sit. 5t't\tn" tyi fvrrrainlrra I .:0 'J I -- -. --- : -- ,- .'-''' -' -." ,-=-"
n -- '- -- "' .r'-" "'" "" "'uu.<
-- ,.% =: '.40,- 1 I are planning 'to attend Bob a special tiomemaking > i '
project


q .'. . -'. ,( .', .:),.".;>:.'.:.:'i.t' ',;'- I':i f is.the Jones-studying:Diplomatic next to fall.fit Servtce.'lUrl. :John himself. Dodd for Bradford.group.: Miss CountY'Home'Agent Dorothy,:will 'be,'Demonstration Ross pres--,I|! :t : :. :: : AREA R BUSINESS' DIRECTORY I


.1' : Ann Anderson '
:'
ent., . ,
>. : : : rj ; :;rJ lis..Dedicated Teacher ; .1 <. ,: .. '" :
f : City's Mowing WoriAwarded I --
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Froza far-off ---
Okla.
j .t. Lawton to Brown '-'
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:i i'-, we from are' hearing good reports R;. L. Brown',was hired by [AJTO BRikt. AUTO SALES & SERVICE I i GARDEN SUPPLIES I 'POWER SAWS I

;: }; the work of 'Mrs. Ann the 'city to do t-:: 4' L.I -
council citymowing' m
: .
I :, : I
41' '
Anderson who teaches '
the : \ "
( for this : after "1' Johnson .
& Faris
,. : second grade there. Mrs Anderson his ofJ33. year j IHwl'. rike: Supply. A'VOLKSWAGEN Me CULL OCII '
bid
round
.,.-. :i ,4". .,. .4-k : per: das"he : :
"T. : the. :former Ann i iI t low bid of three submitted ,..oJUtAD1: ST8" Sales Service -- Parts IneeComplete I i I CHAIN SAWS

I Vance, daughter of Mrs.: Aught .:,the council at 'their ''regular. -For" .;.EerC)' t'-6r Truck II'Miller-Brown MotorsInc. i Line .of !1 NEW-USED SALES
SEEDS -PLANTS-
try Vance of. Keystone meeting last w ei.. j J1 I T.a11il ",.,\. .Q Jrtttdb |r -, E4UInthil.roa'Wait SERVICE

I Heights, ..has been called by Other bids submitted : : I FERTILIZERSlnsecileldn

folks out there, "A dedicated by Leslie Jones were< for .1111] 8.. Haft :GalnrsvWeb Fa 2.t.. |: -Pet Supplies Florida Saw Co.
$40 and
<< 1 j 1030 E. University Ave.Oalne.mII. I I
We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
teacher. Recently, .Ann's by Buford n"-isit.. FB 4-Wll
:Parker/for $45. -_ .. ... 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. "
class was chosen ,to demonstrate Other business'. ''discussed by ';41:'.--t ; -f-" '. / ; 2538 N. 1. 18th Dr. ,
FR %-1."$
.i the'proper use and it&', the council.Included AtFTO'&ADIATORSButler's Gainesville *.
:
\ progress made in using, i certain .' and laying ddlt1on repa1rln11 1 Gainesville. Fla i"I
.
reading text book series. Radiator if& G Motors Co. i: 'SEWING MACHINESSewing S
walks in the city., ,The possibility I 1 HI-FI STEREO .
.
." The author,,. who was_ present of asPh, lt: '.paying, was II cADfLL.4o -. OLDSMOBILE! M MWM HMMM M MMMMMM MM Machine \

-'J -among i& .spectators, ttti discussed, and estimates' 'on l Seiiice-: F85 HlLLHULX 1 Top Tunes
that Mr.... A 1d rson' class I Silts-! Service Co. 5
: and Service
$
various. types' of *ork ::are to koit. MwUfi IB Stock '
Cora "The Little Record
themOdem- :. i .. Biggest
7 : .. .' '. Was the best she; had eve 1 be secured before :any action I' IPi.1i" : .. .. .; : 7r\ldti 2401 X. w; ISth. Rt. 441 ;; Shop in the South" New Home White \
.. -' seen;, The,deoionstiation was ;- FR' 8-M15
I Is.taken: at :the next meeting. j KeccW Pfall *
.lidoa.tTftlier Rental {J Ili-FI Stereo Component' Dealer
.1i flameless :: :\ given for other teachers, stateofficials' All.councilmtn] and.city' officers -. sifc'& ,y-.. 4m Avt:; Gathesvlllts' I i Pilot Harman Harden Sales & Service J
and anyone inter- : l'. It. : \
4A were present elcept The '/ HtSWfflt. 1 KLH Fairchild Garrard Repairs On All Makes
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,:; ; I est,, d in good educational proCesses. -. marshal W..' P. "',. ;'_.* ". '. .DODGE: LAACEB ,815 W. Univ. Ave, G&Inesvllh'
Phifllps': and -
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t. : ,i' ,1fr : ri n'. Teeth Week ;Oftstrted, *. I,
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:,: :"...:..,{ ;:h.,,,. class,1I 'entertained thei1rst In Baptist.Church VJ. iA-:: tDt&L BfLnrotmJ. USED CABS TOO. ;.LADIES{ WEAR ..

.. c; way : : .,,..,*.,,...':.."-.-'I.,.".{:.... :: t I a-gtadQ unit-it14 study 'on party-following Mexico. ,Cus : Hampton Youth week Baptist waS''observed .at'' '- ,....... ,;.',......:-'.TALUSfBlotor.Gd.. .. Poole-Gabla- Motors ii f;' Cherry's ;,IGainesville' The Helzel 1 Co.
J : ;;: : !1: :.;.::.. ChurchJastji\ AutJ1zd. 11eIi'n.. 19 S. E. 1st.. ..Ava.. Gainesville.
toms of ; '" "
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country were -
: .indudingrlast .Sunday, 1 -'k 8' : Fit %041.3 "MostAddress. PuhjonabI'1,

:::: { I studied, and the' children L Lbr when' young, people of ,the;: .' ; ..... : For Ladies >! KFIEETJEtTAL j J

': ;:;; k, !!:I ugbta1cleito school that, church'conducted;iJart.pf.services. thf\\ Hi i PoW rl'. DRESSES SUITS -COATS I I; AIR CON>rnONIN&< .

4' :; ";:< '..'..!. : ; had been made .In Mexico : CONCRETE PRODUCTS I, ACCESSORIES ,No Job Too.Large.Or TOQ<} Sman

irs CLEANE.There'* no fuel grime to.stair *& and lei ttii Olf ':' \f: : .. The first 'grad rswere enter- David Allen serve'd is.son : .'-. : . 203 8. K. 4th St. Glaeivill

tains. No lOOt to blacken utensjJa..they keep .shiningbright. Your.wflo ; .tained .iithsondances, and L leader Zor.both servicea : 'of. --b. :. : 105 W. Unlyersity. OaJnesrlllej j FBVACUUM S-IUt :
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ftwsfly d fff tf"fcef 'd 1MUI1 SU.W.S VI AKuCw.; TMt cay i' ; h i' !
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Eiitf of re&i &tri -coo Jri .: .';'. ;, ; : ; da JOTWednesdays tEt.6f ,2C.t: : -%iI:4e'Xai: I ; INSIST THAT AlLow MOVER_ CLEANERS :
projectwas in
mentioned
| the 1
eyep : 'when coNCRETe PRODUCTS t ;
:" 4j IT'S COOLER I Pots and pans corns into direct contact with the- *Iciric* ': '.tJ: j Okla.,.State'Cducattoa' Bulletin -j I Floyd: Smithwas;: guest nr,1. ape "' W''r \ _H.i1ii' ,ti : ZTliZiT:: 'PROM Gainesville ;'' .

:. ran j* healing element tot-spesdiet coakmg without, iit4'' y ,.1 I; in'Jw'litcti Mrs; Anderson 'U: Q : Afi ilAkes Of Vawvma
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:f .' .. .- 1 I X>tis :Meltoa made :an-j ... (.. IJ: '. 4 Edwards .
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Lichen? 1 ys.up to 1?Degrees cooler,in the,summer. :'. '.;. : { *& again C100ibeit.'as "4edi.: 'nouncements, elc'and f ; 'Ushers =. ...: ".!._ ,:.' r-'-:.': .r. .Building Mayflower -If It Needs Repairs .

lit < .SAPERI Only'flamieless! eJectrji. -' .dl. J!cated. ;: teacher.#' ',' t 4 were.Wayne Hinson-aiiii Floyd \. c r.'f OOU.. Supply,. Inc. I! BrlnrlnTbKIrty's'1'
odors, and cog.. t'f'"frte.irow., ns. _sruM.:,: rt -;. ,l; ', :.Acd 1; wh?. is 's i* .Wj-- cut I Cadth. -RohnlfiDy"al ''present O1n4t _;-. METCOB LOCAL AND LONG. NEW t USED VACTTHS :
consfanC-burnioc piToi &ine., Eaay.to.a.automatic: controlsregulate .- ; 72eSMsln-fl2-4844,
the ,: ; in Oklahoma) ? Because her ed; a musical selection ..on hIs __ _io. Em DISTANCE MOVING AatboTieed JGrby .DistributorsKi'byt'
1, heat and do .OiIntiy1Ue f'1S. .
sway withpot.watthing.MeaiAookto pexf.e*: :" -;. ; i army officer .iiusband, Rich: ; : f Storage ..
non trumpet,for. thft eveninj.serT1ices. : ,t-$rtte -L.: ;I., And Crating
.t while t
yotx'r away..giving you more time for your' fannly. ; i isM iiopxinj- .' ;- t-:1 j ard1IssttiouedaFortSill. . Pianist'',in .the morning : ; -: Me .-...... 1 Galnesrllle FB s.uz.I .

: : doing other thing* *.*,.with precious peace of ntrwf. 4.' .''.? .' Pancake- _Sapper tas' Paula &: &roy:! :and' Deb-:' }. '.. I.i.ct. I :' Sales & Service
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{"ooi rlllt'da': flamelest- 'doctnrity- it At tmortat way today-&inOWgg> inly wtt ;" :'. '.' .:. '., 1! On'Easter &&&r April 23=. !ble-'Hickaf> Sunday. : irerang.Dale .1 : ELECTRIC MOTORS : MUSIC SUPPLIES I! S. w. m qaaH'ifJi

-) $ )vnr tlytric'ap i !'anee &- .. t : ;':, : ': StL Wil11amls'.c' tholic Club Bradley .of' Hope. I I1 j 1erMori', FB l-'HUt S
S -. 1. ( ; will hold. In. 'AuntJemii Church.. Thr" -&sa,, .
: .>r.ti.'l'i.: was guest 'Iil Lillian's Music Store i i"Gainesville
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Stmday the
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ELECTRIC RANGE IS M Repair .* .
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be
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.. INCO.O- IN EVERY. .!MEDALUON.HOMt. *..! >--f; :;:.' : 1 for-'adolts. and 50c- rIrea cl f.tI i Heir River Association of Bap-1 I "'.:"J j..5IL4Lt !-'.. WINTER r al-Welding i
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I i4 IS: .\S .".I'. UISSSSS i .SI.SSSI..ISS..U.'. :: .: ...--l-I4... ...<" .-. ,I under 12. _:_- tist'Churches st the Youth) .;.: .G ;to ...l' *4 OF GID"ESVlpE.JSC.coUPI.E't CABLE Company :

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.-r/fLW ja. ;t/tilEL' .. .. lanlelesj'i ./:<, : .: <, thought, .that .""ehU..1renIIld- y Church.Saturday- ,eT ning. He,, ib 1le4. 1 a- !thies' 1Moron CHORD ORG 'f5'UIU75, Uon stfl Repair T.'il
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; 7"r :' ;:: } price of.a. ticket. It it-were ia: the district contest hi';' rJir : 'DIstr1butor"ot Music fI SPECIAL 2

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:fPAG TWELVE
BRADFORD GOtTNTT TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, APRIL 12.. 1963
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-ivviryyfrmrn..rntn r Friday at Horseshoe Camp ter of Lake Butler, and Mr. hids. So killing ants may of Tampa and little Lena I place of the past. I Notice to AppearTo (SEAL) I THE RIGHT POINT for the
Marion
and had a picnic at Fanning and Mrs. Earl Green and help control the aphids. residence: and T.address Trotter whose CHARLES A. DARBY write. Come in and
'BROOKERBy Thomas of Orlando'were Sun- Our Cnurch schedule is is: 439 way you
Springs. Cherie. as First Street, : Clerk of the Circuit Court
.To control ants in the garden Brooklyn 15, New I
day guests of Rev. and Mrs.C. usual. Our Homecoming will I York. By Marian li Crosby select your favorite ESTER.
Mr. ,and Mrs. C. C. Melvinof Mrs. Howard Wait of try a chlordane spray.! be 6 You Deputy; Clerk BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
A. Crosby. May are hereby notuieu thata
By Shirley Green Tampa were weekend guests Gainesville and granddaughter WARNING: Do not apply They were enoute' Plans for suit for divorce has been filed :3-22 4t 4-12 I GRAPH.
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin : Beth Cornwell of Atlanta chlordane to foliage or fruit\, r to South Carolina to Vacation Bible against you in the above named
) visit relatives there. School are also being made.i Court and cause and you are
UUa and family. Ga. and Mrs. Walter Wait of that is to be eaten unless the j required to serve a copy of your I"
Date
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bran- New Jersey were visiting Mrs. poison will be removed at har- Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frederick will be announced later.1 answer or pleading to the com SHOP ANYWHERE,
of Detroit Mich. Thought, for the week: "A plaint on the Plaintiffs Attor-
Sam Clark and Mr. and Mrs I nam and daughter of Palatka Earl Green Wednesday after- vest time by stripping or by were man's nature neys Smith. Axtell & Howell FOR NEW OR USED
Jimmy; Clark and of noon. peeling. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. runs either to 21$ American National Bank I!
son were weekend guests of Mr.
herbs or weeds. Building Jacksonville
Therefore
Florida -
Crosby and attended church 7.
'Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Green and family Sunday School Party You can control ants in let him and file the original in the j! Then
seasonably water
with the Come
them
See Us!
.Charles; Ryals and daughter. .. I Mrs, Howard Douglas entertained lawns with an application of Sunday. office of the Clerk of the Circuit I
2 I Rev. C. A. Crosby made a one and destroy the other.- Court on or before the :23: I,
'in Jacksonville Sunday. t her Young People'sSunday tablespoons of 50 percent day of April. 1962 otherwise ,
;
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and son business Bacon. I "WE'LL
., ,A/2c and Mrs. Wood School Class with a chlordane per gallon of water. trip to Palatka Saturday the allegations of said Complaint ..<: MATCH\ ANY DEAL
Creig were in Trenton on business will be taken as confessed I
fof Albany Qa. were weekend Monday. I Costume Party Friday nightat Pour the mixture into the NOTICE TO DEFEND by ytu. :
: I f
We
.guests. of Mr and Mrs. the Community Center. I nest opening and on the area welcome the Johnson I In Circuit Court, Bradford This notice shall be published UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour
County.
Loyd Florida
Sgt. and Mrs. family into IB Cbaneery. each
Les HardeeJr. our community. once week for four
Wood. : Prizes were won by Shirley around the nest. Then soak JOSEPH A. TROTTER, Plaintiff
.. of Atlanta, Ga- I consecutive weeks in the BRAD
I They
and Roy recently bought and
Green, dressed as an Easter the area with water to wash v8. FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Dated Authorized Dealer
+ Mr. and Mrs. John Crews Turner of Lake moved MARION T. TROTTER
Butler visited to the Gordon Jones this :20! day of March. ,
the
bunny and Tommy Cox of insecticide through the I Defendent 1962. 215 S. E. FIRST
sand family of Jacksonville Mr. Mrs. GAINESVILLE
and W. E. BighamJr. I i I
Lake Butler, dressed as "Lit- ground and into the nest. -
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H -
Saturday. tle Bo-Peep's Sheep." Mrs. A real lawn pest is the sod
Sullivan and family Sunday., Mr. and .
Mrs. Dave Greenvisited Douglas was assisted by How- webworm.
Mrs. Rodney Balcher of .
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wile
ard Douglas and Rev. and These greenish night-feed- I
Jacksonville visited her liams at White
par- Sand Lakenear
Mrs. James Temple. ing caterpillars are about
tents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan I.
Keystone Heights Sun
Garden Club Meets three-fourths of an inch long.
..Hodg. s Saturday. .
.. day.Mr. The Brooker Garden Clubwill They can eat more than then-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott anson d and Mrs. E. W. Hodges
meet tonight [Thursday] weight in grass each night,
s visited Mrs. Brook Perryman and family of Gainesville vis
at 8 p.m. at the Community yet look quite harmless when
in Gainesville Sunday. ited Mr. and Mrs. Evan
Hodges
Center. Mrs. Ernest Lester found sleeping near the soil
Mrs. P. M. Vickery and son Sunday. I and Mrs. E. Kleinman will surface during the day. 3i
*of Gainesville visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof. 5 : The
demonstrations how newly hatched
give on caterpillars -
I land Mrs. Earl Green and lam Gainesville
visited Mr:; and
to make different types of cause very little damageto j
illy Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. N. C: Mott Sunday nigh
corsages. grass. They may be fullgro"n
Miss Iris Brown of Jack Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess-
Fish before
notice
Supper you grass
sonville visited her mother, more of Ocala were weekend i ....
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There will be a fish supperat blades are eaten back unev ;.:;.;
Mrs. H. O. Brown, Thursdayi guests of '
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. )
the Brooker School cafe enly or foliage stripped off in
i ..Friday. They attended I Green and family. :
patches. Unless
teria Thursday night. Serv you have
cemetery 'working at Elzy's 5 Mr. and Mrs. Eudell Vaughn ing will begin at 6 p.m. All been a close observer it will
Chapel near Worthington Fri :
entertained her mother, Mrs.
will that the
proceeds go toward the appear damage happened -
R. K. Dukes of Lake Butler
day.Mrs. overnight.
purchase of uniform and
Mattie Sowell visitedMrs ihon *
her birthday with a supper equipment for the Men's City To control webworms, try
/ Bedie Conerly and Mrs. Friday night at their home.
Softball team. applications of toxaphene or S
Ara Holton in Hague several Those present were. Mr. and DDT.vvmieuy. 4y

days last week. They spent Mrs. R. K. Dukes and daugh- unH,., causes yeuowmg_. of_ :
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a I foliage of many ornamentals.

At first you'll think that the
VOTE FOR
S Let's GOGardening plants are putting. on a black-I I '

A. B. .." a y>z.x. w faced black act film, when you discovera -: :y .. : -
spreading over
the surface of the leaves. This .
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,4.
\WHITEHEADFOR( .
smut is a symptom of > ri' ,'S
A.nV
fly and not a cause White-I i
FOR health.
By Hervey Sharpe Y
Agricultural Extension Service Back in the days of lye I
soap-made at home with wa-

j-, Commissioner I Hervey Sharpe ter from hardwood ashes and -a

DIST. 2 ,, Agricultural Extension Service. hog fat-housewives kept their ; .:, ; 'c? 'S ''jk .
Insects are like the stork- dooryard ornamentals free 'S. \

NORTH STARKE both are expected. So; don'be t. from smut and whiteflies by ii: '. '* k

Born and surprised if your garden is: frequent applications of soapy __ _
reared in ---' '
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Bradford County 'w the birthplace of a number of i dish water. If this remedyof :Shell engineer uses stethoscope to help detect noise the ear alone can't hear. Super Shell fights three different engine noises to give you top performance. 1
yester-years isn't
hungry feeders this spring. : handy,
o then try an oil
: spray.
The layette for these garden
: He Stands for Hones It "infants" includes a sprayer,'

ty, Sincerity and a duster, and an array'of i TTT TYTTTTTTTYYTYTTYYBayless

Economy chemicals.Instructions on how to mix I HiwayBy How 3 of Super Shell's 9 ingredients fight

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) each formula is important. Be -

sure to read the label on each Mrs A. C. EllisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

chemical container before us engine noise-including hard-to-hear
ing.If i I one form of

the amount of the chemical Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ells


.. [ enough you can for place a pint on of a spray dimeis end worth guests of Dade of City Mr.were and week-Mrs. knock that could lead to real

damageS
don't measure the amount on A. C. Ellis. S .
two nickels. Double dosage ,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman .
may be harmful to' ,you as and family of Oklawaha "

., I IDEA'RBORN I w'ell'as the plants. i were weekend gueSt of -Mr: .t ;t... ,'-,. -:; .. .. ;"1'"
There are several pests that and Mrs. Edward S \will .
Norman. To- scientists tell that
may plague your garden: at; gether, both families went to you any This clatter is actually a series of premature Gum preventive helps keep catbur

30 GAL this time, according to J. E. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Garth gasoline; should reduce engine explosions. Tliey're caused by glow- clean inside.Piatforrnate. '

Brogdon entomologist wi land Osteen of Jacksonville noise.. :; That's why they include no less ing deposits that ignite the fuel too soon.

GAS HOT WATER j I Service.the Agricultural Extension Sunday.returned Mrs.from Osteen St. Vincent's had just .'han three noise-fighters in Super Shell's9ingredient Super Shell's famous TCP additive is for extra mileage.

HEATERt: For example, certain night- Hospital. blend. Here's how they work tackles this problem. It acts to "fireproof" Butane is for quick starts.
I feeding beetles eat holes in Mr. and Mrs.
THE FASTEST, MOST f tightly wrapped clusters of and daughters Gordon visited Jones the tojielp give you a soft-spoken engine deposits that might glow. Result: chanceof Pentane mix is for fast warm-ups. ,

bud leaves of camellias. Whenthese Thurman Jones .and t top per f ormaizce. wild is reduced.
family at Lady ping greatly
,
METHOD OF HEATING ATER! ':,, leaves expand they reveal Lake Sunday. 4;*r;, Anti-icer (added in cold weather helps

large holes in'the foliage. Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Rau- \.: .'., :'. How Super Shell fights How Super Shell fights check carburetor icing.
You can prevent this damagewith lerson of Brooker visited the -.

.' chlordane or DDT. El Raulerson family Sunday. : : .' high-speed knock ordinary knock Try a tankful of Super r Shcll today.

.* Completely Automatic! I the Spider dry spells mites in thrive April.during They Oak Mrs.is Minnie visiting Phillips Mrs. of E.Live U Ifrgh-speed knock makes a sharp, high- Most people have heard ordinary knock.. Then, you'll .know what toy performance' ;

rasp a.ay'the\ upper surfaceof Crawford this week. : pitched noise! -like metal tapping against It maysound to you like marbles droppinginto really'is.

Glass Lined For Longer Life! many ornamentals and Mrs. Weber and daughter in
change the healthy green col Mary of Jacksonville tal. Because it's most likely to occur an empty oil drum. 'Trademark for Shell's unique gasoline additive. Gasoline

,. 10.YEAR'VARRANTY. i. or to a bronzed, or grayish week-end guests of Mr. were and in hot engines at turnpike.speeds, high- Super Shell's/ anti-knock mix is so containing TCP is covered by U.S.Patent 2889212, .

green. Sulfur. dust or mala- Mrs. Raymond Crosby. On speed knock is often difficult
Will Do A Better Job ThanA thion spray will control mites. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Green to hear. powerful that a teaspoon per gallon is

Flameiess Water Heater Will Aphids are certain to be a Bowers of Jacksonville were '-}jut even though you may,not !hear it, enough to raise anti-knock rating a .

n I Do Twice Its Size! young'problem and where succulent.plants are Crosbys.also guests of the Raymond : High-speed knock can pound away at full five points. .


You Can Pay For It From Your These' little pests feed on I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis, pisionseven lead to. costly damage. This anti-knock. mix helps regulate the

Utility Savings. $$69' 95 the underside them to curl of leaves and some causing Eula.visited and the Ella Misses Norman Petunia of New, I l I Fortunately, high-speed knock isn't too combustion of Super Shell. Thus, each

times drop. Often a brood of River Sunday. common. But Shell scientists have known piston gets a firm, even push. Not a sharp,

With Any Trade aphids will be sucked to death Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of about it for a long time. Ever since they jarring jolt. -
by blind fly "larvae. If
youcan't Brooker visited her
LIVE MODERN ECONOMICALLY WITH parents, pioneered the development of a substance Now read how
wait for friendly insects Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis the other six ingredients SHELL

THE MIRACLE FLAME! 'j I to fight your battles then try r Monday. called Alkylate to help control high-speed in Super Shell's 9-ingredient blendhelp
controlling aphids with nicotine
'Albert Barns, who is stationed knock in aircraft
sulfate lindane or rote- in California engines.Today, Alkylateis you get top performance.
was home
of StarkeAUTO I none. from the service to visit his an ingredient in Super Shell gasoline.

SLADE GAS IJ Ants often protect herds of mother, Mrs. Myrtle Barns How Super Shell's other ingredients

J,! the aphids sweet so that excreta they of can the enjoy ape last Mrs.week.Charles Phillips of Live j. How Super Shell fights wild ping .. help you get top performance \\\1//\ // 0

Oak is visiting with the Harold Wild ping doesn't last long. It sounds like -Cat-cracked gasoline helps your engine ,
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and Lem Brown families .the erratic beat of a nervous drummer.Mann's deliver smooth ,
even 'f":
for a few days. power. .
STARKE! BUSINESS .-
DIRECTORY Mrs. Otis Crawford of Jack- : ..

sonville visited her parents, .' ,

Mr. and Mrs. C.. C. Crosby, / I'j. l ,

U Sunday.We f .,.t''' > ( IJ
I/ t" .
PARTS !AUTO SERVICEJ. AUTO extend our sincerest '-
SERVICE : .. r ,
.. i r sympathy to the family of f ,w,_ .. '--- A. ... ,.-..A .,. .......-.. .... ". -- '( '' ". ',",''&?*?.
B. Mrs. ----- .. 0'
Willie --
Starke Motor Wright Starke'sCities Green who passed '. I
away last Friday night.
Parts Co., Inc. SINCLAIB SERnCISTATION Service StationJ. We are sorry that little

r i, Mary Sue Underhill was home I WHERE TO GET SUPER SHELL THE
GASOLINE
)our Local NAPA Complete Auto SerrieTiret O C. Gardener, Prop. on the sick list Tuesday.Mr. THAT HELPS.

.Jobber Fw Batterie*-Accessories I Every Mechanical' Service and Mrs. Charles New

*. Oor. Brownie I dark I Lubrication Washing General Repairs Automatk| mans and family of Gaines- CONTROL A DANGEROUS KNOCK YOU CAN'T HEAR > .
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Phone 964- SOl, 964-0811 542 Madison 169-2891 TransmissionsCities ville attended church services I .. .
Sunday. They and the Lois
AUTO REPAIRS Dodd's Service & Service Products Newmans were dinner guestsof

.. Auto Sales TIRES BATTERIES Mr. and Mrs. Don New- Shell Service 4 ., Rivers Shell Station
Earls Garage 705 .\. Temple Starke mans. Cor. Madison &: Church Starke Graham

: ALL KINDS OF Rambler Sales & Service PHONE 961-9911 Mr. and Mrs.. J.. R. Kelly \

AUTO REPAIR WORKAll GENERAL EEPATJUNQ visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. I I ;SiLh' .
International Shell Service I
.. Work Guaranteed Lifetime I Raulerson and son Kelly of I a Stallings Truck Stop I .

I Phone IS329C4Ka. Mufflers AUTO TIRES Gainesville Sunday. I 1I' u. S. 301- LawteyBucks ::. :- u. S. '301 -' Waldo s, ;

: Walaat Strk nBESTOXBTires Mr and Mrs. Floyd Crosby, I ;, .. t
j Batteries Accessories and Mr. and Mrs.. Harold I
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