Bradford County telegraph
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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 26, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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4 Reconvened
Demos Hugh B. Ingram has sub- representative, starting July 1. tee. I

mitted his resignation as principal He will reside in Tallahassee. Ingram said his duties as field I

nr-----:1 Grand Jury of Bradford County High Ingram's new job was createdby representative will include assisting -

School, and Tom L. Casey, cur- FEA in 1959, but had not county school groupsin

rent principal of Southside been filled until this time. It organizing for unified efforts -

Ready Elementary School, has been provides a starting salary of providing resource peopleto

4Y..aI "b %Will Hear s recommended by School Super- $9,200 with a $400 raise each county groups to study van- I

intendent H. P. Morgan for the year until a maximum of $12- ous problems, and guidance and
F position. School Trustees have 000 is reached. assistance in public relations I

To) RallyBradford not yet met to take action on Ingram has been chairman of programs.

5 Murder Case Morgan's recommendation.In the personnel problems com- Casey, who has been recommended i<

--,- his letter of resignation, mittee as a member of the FEA
r as Ingr m'B replace i
received Monday by Morgan, In- board of directors for the past
L County's first and gram said he had accepted a three years. He is no longer a ment, is completing his third I
: The Bradford County grand Jaycees Elect.il only political rally for the position with the Florida Edu- member of the board, but is year as ,principal of Southside

: i jury will be reconvened at 9 1962 off-year election will be cation Association as field still chairman of the commit- Elementary School.
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arm Friday to hear testimony --- -- -- ""' .
in the case of William Thomas held at 8 pan. Friday in the
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Gill Jr.. 26, charged with BHS stadium. The date was GETS PROPERTY DEED I

aci first degree murder in the .. -. set at a meeting of the Brad-

i May 15 slaying of Linda Hopkins ford County Democratic Executive -

I 17-year-old Starke girl. Starke Jaycees elected new officers at their regular meeting i Committee in the court

ci If an indictment is returned Tuesday night. Pictured (from left): Jimmy Rowe treasurer house last Thursday.All Fair Group Moves Ahead 1

Gill will be Dried at the ; Wendell Kelly secretary; Fred Snell president: John win .
'"' spring term of Circuit Courtin Pitts, director; A. Q. Smith, 2nd vice president. Not pictured: be given county an opportunity to I i
Bradford set for
Manager Carratt: Posts Sign County, Ha&dal Chitty 1st vice president, and Bill Cogdill, director. speak. There are only three The Bradford County Fair j
the week of May 14, AssistantState's
contested races on the May Association will meet at 8 p. I
Mack Futch
Attorney \
I l After 20 Years 8 ticket: m. :Monday in the courthouseto ,
) said.GUI Commissioner, Dist.
County elect directors and take ac- I
Is being held without
q 2 [N. Starke: Ewell Lawson tion on the $50,000 mortgage I,
bond in the Bradford County' sz7Wi
Auditors EyeOverexpending Negro Knifed George W. Roberts Jr., Mark- building bond issue proposed i
jail, and Futch said he had .
lee Starling and A. B. White- by its directors.
refused to make any state- I in
head. At a meeting of the fair di-
ments or answer questions County Commissioner Dist. rectors last Monday night,
since his arrest.Witnesses In I
\ Family FeudWillie 4:,Jessie R. Chastain incum- President R. H. McIntire said o :

were being ques- bent, and J. A. R. G.] Grif that architects were busy

The I tioned here Wednesday and I preparing plans and specifications II 1 \ .. '
Park Theatre was dark with a nationwide trend, busi-: '
.p ened after the last show Tues ,ness had not been so thriving,! Thursday by State AttorneyT. I: State auditors Gene McLeod Davis 33-year-old fis.School Board Dist. 1 [Law- for an agriculture '- ;& ,Ys

day night and the doors closed but was still good enough to I E. Duncan and Futch in and ,Howard McCowen met Hampton Negro, was severelycut tey: Dan W. Starling [incumbent and livestock exhibit build
I connection with other ,
for the last time. make the Park a profitable operation -! cases with. Bradford County Commissioners in a family argument at ], and Othma J. ing.
Not a. victim of declining for its owners. j to be tried at the spring term. in the courthouse the home of his mother Lena Norman. B. E. Reddish, A. McDavid, l

Ii{r I box office receipts, the Park .Carratt said the theatre had' Tuesday.afternoon for a one- Davis, east of Hampton about and S. E. Sparks were selectedto

closed as a result J of. a "notice a''ten year lease on the building I hour discussion of the board's 7 pjn. Sunday. serve as trustees in connec- '
;4 to vacate" received by the own- when it first but after upcoming audit. tion with the bond issue. Bill 7
opened, ,Man Sentenced Davis sustained a very deep Deal
ers; A. H. Carratt of Starke Berry Epps was elected to serve as
the lease expired it was just auditors. called attention cut under the left arm pit, inflicted -
and ..Sana Stratos of Daytona rented :on: a month-to-month, of, the Commissioners to by his brother Alonzo treasurer until the annual

Beach. The notice was served basis. He said the- equipment theiroverexpended; : budget for Oliver Davis, 49, with a Bar election of officers.
by the. owners of the building, would be stored in'a vacant k2.Death CaseDoy .196L.' hick. they described as McIntire also announced that I
low pocket knife. He was $$265,000 the Fair dates this would *,.
Mr. and Mrs.. F. Register. Sr., bufldng .beloi ing,. ,to Mrs.: presenting i the worst finan- Tops year
carried to Bradford County be Oct. 2427.
on May 1. Carrie Ritch on E. Call Street cial'picture to date.

The Park openea wun fanfare until a.decision could be madeas .ci rk'- of the Court ,CharlesA.'Darbysaidrthat'the Hospital for treatment and Cqunty Agent G. T. Hpgginsand

20 In to Lee Knight, 25, of Lisbon 'Strawberry sales'for the cur- McIntire were selected to ___ n_ _____nun ___n_ nn___
years ago, the early disposition. : : situation his condition was described
days 'of .Camp Blinding\ ; and Carratt, who owns a.home in ?Ohio was, given an :indeterminate looks;considerably brighter rent season have reached a represent the Association at the
sentence: of; six .. Wednesday as satisfactory. annual Fair Short Course to beheld I Fair Association President.Robert Mclntire (left) Is shown t
total through
Starke, continue of $266,161.30
did a "land of1ce"bu.slness: in will to reside now, and he expects'th I
months to six yearS'when he Deputies A. E. Brown, ;Jr in Gainesville, May 6-S'1 receiving deed to new.falrgrounds property Commissioner i
the here he Tuesday for 'the.most' profit-
daya..when Starke's streets ,. said.. .current. year to present amore ,
pleaded guilty to a manslaughter and Wllliard Williams I All members 'of the Association of .
said Agriculture Doyle Conner.Appreciation .
were -.!favorable financial able.season in)nore than' 20 f'
swarming on weekends Mr.:' picturefor -
said :
Register Wednesday I .. ,
attend next ,
1 with soldiers from the he charge before Judge George the caunty that.. Alonzo..,.and... his, mother. ears. .' are urgedto .. ', ";":J' '
reser- ;;had nothing'deffiiteq-cti- ; "" 'I' :
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li"Patten in Circuit.Court Jjere + -' Monday's: meeting, and all citi ... ,
., to -
y tioD.- AS; """ : :: Bounce, al this time"-aa to the Wednesday.morning' : "'fh}f' auditors aM4 Pecommended were arguing, and the'cutt ng.I., :With'the' season draWing zens of the county are invited "' ,. .

I In recent years, In accordance future use of the building. changes in the board's took place when Willie'inter a; ,rapid .,close, sale' through to'join the .organization. Annual Week
The charge resulted from an .procedure for obtaining bids the Starke market'have total-, '
vened. The older dues of $1 are now being ;
man was
\ auto collision last .J nuary'12b on items totaling $500 over a ed;75,5 5 2.flats at an average ,
I .. .which,two'persons were kill' 'j period of time even though lodged in Bradford County'jail of .$3.52' per flat'alIJ, ost 30 Accepted. by secretary GeorgeH. ;
ed-Mrs..'Dorothy Newman, '40, 'single 'purchases of the item on a charge of aggravated as- cents ,a pintl. Pierce. A membership card

I,' April Land Sales Near $$250,000; who Knight was, and a passenger Mathew Millard with :'might_be less than $500. sault. 24 During, the market the" wees handled, April 4,964 18-' for 1962 admission will entitle to the the bearerto fair Industry Group :

Griffis, 30, whose car was hit grounds without charge.
'' .. ,.. flats at an average, of $3.41%,
head-on. "
\ Motel Transfer Largest On List ,k, .. t for a return of $16,968.57.
'" I Tuesday's volume dropped Work ResumedOn To Be FetedMore
,I i to 523 flats, with the price
Don't Bum .-- i ''!! holding steady at a $3.45 aver- Saratoga His.
f'j? Land transactions in Bradford Surety Mortgage Investment r ,

County during April totaled Company, Hillsborough County Wait For'Rain I age.Some growers think produc- Playground Site than 30 associates of A highlight of tonight's

t '$246,800 with the prin- parcel of land 3100. tion might pick up a little industries in Bradford County program will be a live tele,
cipal sale being that of the Fred B. Jr. to JesseH. with good rainRotarians
: Kegley a ; will be honor guests of the vision address by Gov. Bryant
Starke 301 Motel for 55000. Nelms Jacksonville Foresters Work has been resumed
par- Say 1 on Starke Bradford County from 8:15: to 8:30: which
The motel was sold by A cel 'Of land, $6,000. : C i the, development of the Sara- Chamber of Commerce at a will be received by the industry -

& E Associates Inc. of Ocalato Pauline Greenberg and I toga Heights playground site dinner in the Garden Rest- representatives and

Melvin T. Baird of Starke Samuel Greenberg, her hus- Due to dry, windy weather I TourPrison's as a cooperative effort of sev- aurant tonight [Thursday]. Chamber directors during the

1 Second largest sale was that band, New York, Samuel Dor- i the Forest Service recom- ; eral local groups. During the dinner here. .
This eve- : Will mark the
of a parcel of land on the I man Samuel Jacobson, and mends that all burning, Including Farming past two weeks the underbrush opening locally of a state- Among the local officials

corner of Madison Street and Armer E. White Inc., all of controlled burning be, has been cleared away.. who will take
wide observance of Industry part at the Industry -
the new route of U. S. 301 Dade County to Florida Hydrocarbons delayed untU'the county gets___. ;F-r-- : Operation. from more than half of the Appreciation Week April 26- Appreciation dinner

through Starke.. The land Company, parcel)I some rain. I "..,-.>,.\.,.,..".0'...,... I playground area and the May 5, proclaimed by Governor here tonight will be Mayor
was sold by James T. Moore, of land, $7,500. "Since our rain fall was I .Nearly 30 members of the land[ has been graded with FarrIs Bryant and Randal Chitty, Sen. CharleyE.

owner of Jimmy Moore's Sun Surety Moartgage Invest below normal last fall and '.'.. ,,. Starke Rotary Club were givenan some fill firt moved into the sponsored by the Florida De- Johns and Rep, A. J.
Sports to Register Oil Company ment Company Hillsborough the trees and brush have a itTW < educational tour of the Rai- low spots. velopment Commission. Thomas Jr.

I of Starke for $30,000. County to Curtis Reames, started growing, the forest is, ford State Prison and farm "Since the playground area A special certificate appreciation

I Prices .of sales are figured Starke parcel of land, $5,000. very tender and dry," County t -' Wednesday. is located on low ground, it signed by Gov.

( from documentary tax stamps Leon Bright to Surety Mort- Ranger J. C. Prevatt Jr. said :t: Conductor of the tour was will require a long range planto Bryant, will be presented to

affixed to deeds filed in the gage Investment Company yesterday. .. s .. Lucian Conner, who is in charge develop it to its full capacity Two Youths Draw the industry associate who
county clerk's office. Only Hillsborough County, parcel of ..I.H ..: I ," according to Recreation
:7.{ of.the at the
During, the past week there farming operation TermsIn has rendered most outstanding
; Prison
of $1,000 or more : Elliott.
transactions land $4,100. Director Buddy
have been 12 woods fires with prison. service tothe community.
are listed. Other transactionswere Al G. Livers. Robert M. Ad- :!,.:, "In recent weeks the rumor Circuit Court
58 acres burned. Since January .. With .its_ farm the penal en-
: ler. and Fred G. Coats to has been spread that the
fires have numbered 123 1a terprise totals over 18.000
Arthur Anderson Jr. to >Florida State Hatcheries Inc. Little Boys Baseball Field at Sentenced Wednesday in Cir-
with a total burn of 969 acres. acres making it perhaps the No Takers
of of'land. the Pratt Street Playground
Gainesville parcel During the same period last ... :" -,-....,.-. ..... -..-." ... nation's largest. cuit Court with Judge George
:Madison Street $23,750 -- '- I would be moved to the Sara- L. Patten presiding were: Joe
there 58 fires with I
year were food for the institutioifs
Mildred E. Milton and 298 Most of the : toga Heights area but this.is Thomas 6 to 18 months for entry for Tombstone?
acres burned. 3.00'inmates and25flT -
BaptistHOMECOMING James A. Milton her husband "test We Forget"Girl .. completely false," Elliott said. I without break-in; Eddie
Last week's fires classified staff is grown
were personnel
to D. B. Thomas, Starke, residence "There is no plan to more James Dixon, 2 years for resisting -
in Pine Hazen Subdivision as follows: four set wilfully and processed ,at the prison. the baseball field to the new an officer and 3 years City hall still has,one tomb.
7600. one from tractor catch- Scouts Cindy Sink and Marilyn Bollinger place Confederate The operation entails over 1,800 Saratoga playground" he
stone listed
Sunday, May 6 I J.. M. Edwards to Brinson ing fire and spreading to flag..and;flowers on the'grave of CoL W. T. Weeks head of-cattle: a pig raising operation added. for break-in and entry. Both among its surplusequipment
woods three fires from smokers and the growing of It was left on the
Luncheon at 12:30 Noon W. Savage Sr., btarke;lot inWoodlawn for whom local U. D. C. Chapter is named. Rites tookduring' place "The Little Boys program pleaded guilty.
one from.firecrackers, and! most, crops with the exceptionof city hall grounds. by parties
SuDdiYisian? I Southern Memorial .Day ceremonies at (Crosby Lake will continue at the Pratt Anna MAe Covington pleaded
three from debris burning.I strawberries and beets. A unknown some time ago. and
$3,000krstele last Street Playground where a guilty to aggravated assault
Cemetery Sunday afternoon. Another and
4> picture story large garment.and tobacco factory has never been claimed!
CHICKEN DINNER J. Watson a widow Prompt action by the For appear 'on;page ,two.Camping .building is now under con- new backstop and infield has and was placed under preen Inscription on the stone is '
to Roscoe K. Scarboro estry Service stopped a road- been developed for that purpose -
I AND FLOOR SHOW etruction. tence investigation. "Forrest B. Cor ley, 1902-
Star?, 1.5 acres of land side forest fire one mile west t ," Elliott said. "
Btlles( of New Orleans). 'IOW. ; of Lawtey on Hwy. 301 Wedinesday 1946. City Clerk.Merrill Ed-
Clothes Band Concert wards would like for the
Starke Elem. School Joseph B. Bakken Jr. to I evening "
r Thomas W. Tatum Jr., Law- Motorists noticing the rap- Needed For 100 Until rightful owners to' claim the
CafetoriumSaturday Postponed stone u they have no use for
tey, 32 acres of land $8bOO. idly spreading fire reported it .J.JIB7rt
April 28 D. S. Alvarez, Starke, to'Joe to Mr. Smith at the Standard Eager Children Next TuesdayThe it at city hall.

6 to 8 P. M.: .Mizell, Lake Butler, 10 acres Oil station in Lawtey who immediately <
oi land.-ltiOO., contacted the Forestry -
,Music by 'Morocco Anybody have outgrown BHS Band COncerti Two SentencedFor
A. E. McKinney Jr. .to Department'
_ Shrine Band bathing suits play clothes or originally scheduled for last
Temple Charles Alton' siarke, 1 .- PossessionOf
Crosoy, and Lester
Andrew Harley
towels they would like to don-. Tuesday night. has been post- .1 :II
$2 Per Plate parcel of lan, $3,800. arriving within 15 Shine
Phillips I'ate, to help some underprivi- poned until Tuesday May 1. Still .
Eastern Charles H. Beasiey. Starke.to : I child at 8 in the school audi- <:
Sponsored by minutes brought the flamesto leged attend a week's pan.
Robert' ]L. Dagger 'Statte. 't.
Two Griffis
camp:this summer? torium. Loop men, Curtis
Star and Starke Shrine halt within an hour.
in Heights,
residence Saratoga
> Dr.,Florence Jennings county Proceeds from the concert O. Jones and Merrill Griffis,
Club X8,050. juvenile :counselor, has will go to help finance the pleaded guilty to possession of

Gordon J. Jones, Starke. ,to been notified' that Bradford band's annual outing. This a aExttrlor a moonshine still before Judge

Leslie .Gordon. Johnson, DRIVER'S LICENSE : County will be allowed to send year the group win go to Jekyl: George L. Patten In Circuit
/fetarke: 20 acres' of land around 100 children to the Island for the weekend of Court here Wednesday.Both .

This Space fcontributed $4.000.- This.is the last week to renew Salvation Army camp on Bedford May 56.Popcorn. men were placed under

Weekly to Publicize Margaret Denny Chatham ,driver's licenses for the Lake this summer. Boys i sales on the past pre-sentence investigation.

County. GaH to Mrs. Ella Kate month of April according to from 2 and*13. and girls from three Saturday )have netted I They were arrested by state

Community Events by bwinyer, Los Gatos, Calif i announcement from ,the .2'to. 16 win be eligible to attend the band $140 toward Its trip; beverage authorities' April- 16

'- parcel of land. $7,500.. an However, most of these to appear in the Orange Bowl ,work on the new office building for Dr. A. i. Barry when their stffl with a 600
.. The Community toW office of County Judge T, A. New Office gallon pot was seized. An-
N. L, Woodbum. Starke, children ,will need bathing parade next year. + on East Call $t.1. almost complete, but. inside finishing work'
T Jackson and H. A.'Bishop Yawn. All persons born in suits play clothes; and tow- It is estimated that about =>*. will require several weeks yet It will- probably be four or five I Ir other .500 gallon pot of mash
State Bank Jr. doing u.$1.u April should renew their 11- to' the $2,500 will be needed to matte :and a dry pot the same size
,". eJsc m- .order' attend, ',-01I.., Barry .. weeks before Dr. Baxry: moves Into tU new quarters :had been destroyed.

:-: LCoaUal1ed oa 1'ago Ql. .., censes dui the-mont2l. f-O I -_ this trip ,

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Mrs. .M. W. Lance returned "" -tfl-,.- [Flower Show amounted to less than !I chorus :is under the directionof :NOTICE OF .MEETING. : ,
Tuesday from a two months i I DI ,\D"ORJ) Car.NTY.FAIRComing
50 of
cent of the
; per cost Mrs. Mona Canova, elementary '
[ visit with her son-in-law and .ts&octvfloN.' iCj \
performing the approved conservation school music instructor. TO THE IEMjRfl'RRAr) t
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daughter llr. and Mrs. John P. f il- At Prison practices. The farmers -: j FonD couMyr F&,(R:0 ",.
I Vescobo -r .
and baby daughter contributed remainder' '' SOC3AT10X. 'tKfi?. STARK) 'f.
;t.j} ...t .,.. I I New Orleans, La. Enroute home _._ : of ha j cost; and used.their own; Outstanding folklore artists: FLORIDA: ,
I .ii1.c "" she visited relatives iit Fernan ; a- _Three\ Days : from several 'states will take I: Notice I Is, hereby ., given tb.I ,.r
labor in-
IDY8. ; &MOOTY. PBGLNH 964-0651' dMa and WicrosGa.Mis. i__ -'- $ andeqUipment< mostcaes part:in the festival which>-,1S j I 1 there will be a meetl"S of d", f
'0 0 '. in carrying-but: the I Biadford Counfjr ftlnAs8ncuition
I prac-
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? presented a.shady, outdoor .
\ E. "KJ Miles underwent : -- '- tices.;. The of this cost- on ; ,. Inc., and of the iemb.i'i ,
..I .- The second annual Flower purpose stage overlooking the Suwaa- of such corporation on the ;S''ti( ..
'I 1 : Ricky! .and Vicky demons Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Roy4er surgery' last1 Friday in' Bradiforid _;_ :e' Show presenfed" the horti-I share type program' i is1 to increase 1 day of April, IH%. at '500 P M |
of 4 : ,., I nee River. Among those appearing the
Ruikin'are '
visiting Mr. County tiospitaL1, in the Courtroom of
and _
apd family: and Mr. and : the extent and speed i \
ir ;culture area of the vocational- will be Seminole Indians County Courthouse. Stark j
J MrS > .
Mrs '-'Newtian Mr. and ; 'J <5i Holtonand ,,
Barney tnis| '
Mrs. R. W. Mix ln of Jackson- I with w.hich. conservation needed Florida' and thaiie purposI
t agriculture, be
'' department I whip crackers, old-time
\reekendf'- ville, Mr.: and Mrs; EstpnVjqridan \ : : -: f such meeting is to considi"
were Sunday. guests. of : held' in the club 'house f the in the public interest is done. <
fiddlers, water witchers, dul- authorization and ratlfkation III g
Douglas I had as weekend .
Nolin has guests
returned MrsW.. H: Edwards andMr.? Prison Mrs. Sapp stated that the S5G.000.Qd bond issue to be >
State this
It i (. Irom'two yeajs'.service at'Poft and ftfrs:' brew Itedd1slii and Mr.. and> Mrs.' Neal E. Baling j Thursday farms in the county on which cimer players, straw beaters, tired a by a first mortgage *>n

I Bragg, N.C.. He will enter families.Mr. of Bradenton; Mr: and itr'sf: _iijl_;. l. : ;through Saturday. conservation practices werel and many others. ,riimbertn North the Temple corporation Avline *- :t
ft on
the FStf summer session in and Mrs. George E. R. L. Whiddon of Tlfton, ;; Ga. I >r> M. B. Jordan, vocational.ag.I reported carried out under the I Three programs will be held nroperty in Starke. Florida la ordt ;
... June. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan -'- I riculture teacher in the prison's Friday and Saturday, May that fund might be!' secuvn _I
1961 .
ACP 72
Miller attended the funeral of I represented per the!' cu: >
-.3 whieh to initiate
.. Mrs. Frank .and family of Jacksonville : _ Education Department,, said 4-5 starting at 10 a.m. 1:30 > with I
Humphries and Mrs'; Mfller's untie, T.Rhea cent of the farmland and 47:; poration's S program
: I I {that the show',might.not'be the and 7:30 with the concluding ; ot.
... Mrs. Otis Varnes 'of Lakeland JOn s, at- 'Orange: Lake on and Mr W; T. Jordan and. per cent of the cropland in the! p.m. Dated this 2Jrd. day April
and Butch Milton Jordan of best in the state, but it would program built on a j1'6. .
Creager; Hackettstowri. -, Thursday of last- weeks Shreveport} county. I j \
N. J. were weekend Mk arid. Mrs. Jerome- Edwards La. I be "the most different. Some of the major conservation religious theme, to be pre- h) R H. MelNTIREi .: ,'

# guests of, Mr.'and Mrs; Smith of Qneads arid Miss :.Dr. and Mrs.. O4 L Haynes;: :*: Some 300?entries' are being practices performed onj! sented at 3 p.m. Sunday. May i }President.: Association Bradford! inc Countyair'
shown the: 25. in-
by< prison 6.
DeVoe. Mary Lou Edwards" of* Jacksonville" Jr. and family spent Sunday Bradford County farms underj!. I .,
l fmates .who are .members.of. the No charge is made for
Attending ,the annual meeting -! 'spent- the. weekend at .Daytona.Beach-; _relaiires. -: ; the 1961 ACP were: per- 'I .
.., horticulture division. Orchids
the festival,
\lf : sons -
of theHorida. Conference,' Establishment of perma-l
; wifch'rMr.and'; Mrs. :Merrill i a
: are heavily featured.in th 'current'exhibits' 1. other than the.. usual gate fee
MethodistVVSCS Miss of, .. 9% farm-i Soon
and Wesleyan Edwards. Kathleen Scanlan' nent vegetative cover on
.'Servic Guild. ,in' 3t. Pfc' Theodore' Goodge' is U. 'of: F. .spent the weekend'''- -' as 'they: were,-'in j land for soil protection or asia for entrance to the Stephen
: Ldin' ....., the first annual:show last. Memorial's beautiful
..... '! ;4 : year. Foster
Petersburgfrom --- needed
e'and" --io land-use
Tue&dayf to hoine' after thr half with 'her grandmother, Mrs. adjustment]

Friday. are:Mrsf-H. .H.. Adams( ;: years'service'.in'France. .After o; L. Haynes Sr; I Scouts Beth Jordan, }Marilyn Bellinger, Linda, Strick I Theywill be selected from' thprison's I 183 acres. I 'grounds, on"which are located
: '" collection of 1,200 Foster
Mrs: .E.P.;' May tori, 'Mrs. I, MrS.J A idie: Wheeler of Taft land I Trees planted or forest stands' the': Stephen Museum Grand
36< days. leave'-with1: his parents I < I Cindy: Sink, tsy'lfaW'l"ws, and Gerry Beth Mooty assisted 1 plants, representing 25 species; and the, 97bellcarillon-tow Opening : .,
Charles ..Sawyer; Airs:. C' D. 0' ; he will be stationed' In was' a weekend: guest of Mr. in Southern Memorial ceremonies improved, 524 acres. .
Day at 'will .
Crosby : show
[ A'highlightof; the. : .
Williams *!ami: Mrs.. J.. K.. Texas. **' : and Mrs. W:.F. HerIong; I demetf1' '. Lake'I' Vegetative: covers improvedfor er. t
be "Garden" '
) a "Japanese arranged -
Brabham. Pfc' Marshall Crosby and Mr.;:' nd.Mrs.; Ed,Bentley ofBwick ;' the < the.clubhouse. soil watershed protection New .

I Mr; a s.Garl.Mathewl, .'PfeGaiyCarveroMbrtBenning Nova. Scotia ( ana- on stage-of ,. 1,689, acr s.Eslablfshment THE RIGHT POINT for the Gift Shop
Southern Memorial '
Day Is Observed < : .
spent. Easter. Sunday withMr. Ga.. and Mr. and Mrs. da were recent visitors of I ; i summer and way you write. Come in and

I and Mrs. Brace Mathews/and. Glen Stanley and fa.m1Jand] 'their cousins, 'Mr. and Mrs. I By UDC Chapter Sunday Afternoon ,the The. public' is. invited, to-visit 'winter cover' crops to protect:, select your favorite ESTER: Unusudl l- ImportsUnique I
show during 'the.following
1 r family in. Gainesville, : v Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crosby-]',Paul Raymond .whom they ,: ; ,land; from erosion, 1,361 acres.tThe ) BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH -: ,
hours: Thursday. .12. :jipon-to 9,
:, J. HoustoruMcqiane; of''Wil of --Jacksonville were' guests hadn't, seen in 30 years. Southern Memorial* Day_ hood. I p. m:; Fri I'y. -9.a. m. to 9 ;p:I county office manager!' a)f",
mington. Dela.. and Pre ,Bill during the weekend .of; Mr. .Mr. and. Mrs: Paul l Ray- was observed Sunday after- AI the conclusion-- :several I m//Saturday; : ,. 9 a.1--m.: to 12 also said- that the 1962. ACP .is .' r
McCl ne. of'Fort.BennufgGa. and: Mrs. Floyd Crosby1 mond, Mrs. 'M. H., Lang, and noon at 4 o'clock. by W. T. Girl, Scouts under the--direc-. noon... essentially the same; as the 61\-\ ..

( spent- several ::days last"..weefc--( :Mrs W. G: Haiie-' etumed' Miss Dorothy. Alvarez spent Week's chapter U. D: C. with turn of.. Mr&': .Davis. 'decorated<, ,!. The. 20!$.exhibits. l include program.; Farmers: who, need 'i.-

with Mr. and Mrs. George last Thursday from two weeks' S'undaywith Mr. and Mrs. M. service at Crosby,Lake cem the, graves.of the:. veterans- ,.of.: flower: arrangements:! : ,. terrafifums help" with new. and additional, i 'ReElectDAN ,
Flynn Sr, visit with relatives, in. West. H. Pickering in Gainesville. etery. the gOi.tederate. : ', and Spanish-' corsages; ; hanging baskets. .conservation:. qn their farm. '
Mrs. Lex Green is medical Palm1 Beach: and1 Miami. She I Also there were Mr. arid Mrs. Miss Madge Middleton, president American, wars- : The:graves iriiniatureg,".house "plantsshi-should! :.contact ,the.county ASC]
: patient Doctor's' SyM opened the service, and were'. decorated ( office. F'1nds e'y STARLING
.W. Hcepal.I. was* atcompanifei .liome Ralph Alvarez of Boynton with Confederate -.. bui-and.. horticulture': ... ry limitedat W.
Herbert HUlaridMfss'crateHi11ieus and Mm.- k-it U&and Beach..Mr. "' !'s. L. G. Powell, .historian, and'Ahierican flags"and -->.. .- *,this time but ea.cn1 request

( : ,Mo; w>re''week childrefi. of AI1 ini. '%ho remamed and Mrs. Henry Morri conducted the program by giving flowers. 'The vocational.agriculture- .depart'nient. cost-sharing: will be considered

end'.guestq; of 'Mr!', arid'" M 's. through Monday: son ret rned Tuesday from incidents handed down in Assisting with decorating at the prison is nowtwo and' assistance granted

C.t.8.'Hadock.:, ..: .:.: Repiesentin?' the '.:Bfadford two' week's vacation T arid visit her' family of the War Be- the graves were; Kathleen states.yearsold.Mr.: Jordan it possible.. To The School$ Board
; ,
that-rdurihg thistimei
+jB.White andchildren" ; ,Lodge;att1ie GraidIide' 4 vsonlcr with..relatives in Indiana and tween the States. Mrs. Mattie Thomas and Carolyn Crews I
more than 20 have left the
and into relate \VTEY-Coun
prison ONE }.at-Lafge'
.. Thursday. "guests of Bev- and recently -wer.e, Worshipful Billy Noegel and son Bud Thomas, and Mrs. L. A. Davis Marilyn Bellinger Betsy Matthews gone : -DIST; ( .

AIrs:':J.-,Ri::Brabhaau:. Masler M: ,H* WiUiam s, 'Senior dy, and George Morrison went also gave family incidents of Gerry Beth Mooty, work job." and "are doing a good- To Take Part 1&- (

,, 'Miss, F1 r DDGJkP.MWOmb)); l- to get Mary Noegel and them during their early child- Strickland.Mrs. .
(.BirmingHam,. Ala\: was:vt4- : r-Ti::; Is One Of The Most Important Positions
.J If:v Bare.; two classmates from' college; ACP
:,! drs.JH; ;,.: Dennis ti.i&t. Mrs. Willie Mae Johns and Elizabeth : Thornton, ProgramIs Thirty-six students comprising In Bradford CoUnty Because .

lla tr w ek. .. foot and John Simpson j&oky: who! came home for thefEaster Mrs. W. L. Mobley and two Starke; and Mrs. Carry Bell Used On 168 the 6th Grade Chorus
",", for the Junior War'deh.lliri holidays.Mrs. daughters spent the weekend Smith of Lafayette, Ga..; and of" Starke Elementary School, i:1: The Welfare Of Our CKilt- I'
,: *and::Mrs.' T.. A;.Yawn Sr. Marguerite Dickens of Bradford Farms
with their mother, :Mrs. L. A. five* grand hildren. will appear on the 10th an- dren Must Come First. Our Schools
: of Staatsburg, N. Y: are gueststhis Marianna and Mrs. Milton '. nual Florida Folk Festival
in Altha.
week: of Judge and"Mrs: Rhyne of St. Petersburg arrived Funeral services were held Bradford jI- t Have Become "Big Business" >AndI
i County farmers to be held at the
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, and Mrs.F. at 3 program
rr Yawn 'JK today for a visit withMr. p. m. Wednesday in the used Agricultural Conservation Feel That :My Experience Qualifies -
B. Beard are in Orlando from Pine Grove 'Stephen Foster Memorial,
Frank Stern of Canal Point : and Mrs. L. D. Vining. Methodist Church Program- assist
FOffa' was here Saturday and Sunday -Mr. and Mrs M. W. O'Brienof Tuesday to Thursday attendingthe with Rev. Jim Williams off-ance to establish coat-sharing conservation :, White Springs, May 4, 5, and 'iW1- Me To Help The School System -

weekend Baptist WMU convention ci ting. Burial was in the 6.The Get Full Value For Every
visiting J.Irand Mrs.V..- -AStern Tallahassee wen practices on ''168 farms ui 1961,
4 Mr. arid Mrs. C. H. Naswor- church Starke group is composed .
: 'Hart guests of her parents, Mr. and cemetery under the direction '
Mr and 'Mrs! Al according to Mildred Sapp, Dollar Spent.
thy of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.] of 21 girls and 15 boys
mann. itr. and, Mrs. Harry Mrs. T. H: Slade: The Slades of DeWitt C. Jones County Office Manager for the
J: T. of Winter Park, dressed ia colorful costumes
Nasworthy >
T'eatresftci.n Stern, and' Fred Stern. also )had, as Sunday guests Mr. were at Jacksonville Beach on: Funeral Home. county ASC Committee. of many ,lands. They will: Your Vote And Support Will Appreciated

: .:.Mr, arid :Mrs. Dick-] Sieffer- and. Mrs. T. H: Slade Jr. and Active pallbearers were El- Total assistance received' I '

('maif t orTampi an< wMias: Prances family! of* Jacksonville..Mr Sunday visiting Mrs. W. A.. Nas- bert, Lamar, Jimmy, Vernie, through the 1961. ACP farm: perform during the opening FIRST PRIMARY MAY.8, 1963
worthy and :Mr. and :Mrs. Mac I ; by program Friday morning, May
Landrum-- of ,.Florida-Sou and _Mrs.- C. C. Hutche- and Arthur Thornton, and Lester ers.in/the amounted to
county 4, singing folk of
Neely. : songs several -
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
*Mr. son'1 Monday an :Tuesday Woods. '
t thern, college were visiting :! spent .
aid 'Mrs.'Tklfrritt'Wilni't oyer in'Clearwater\ Mr,and Mrs.Rudolph" .:, Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Jockey. 4951. Federal assistance foreign countries. The ;-
and children spent last Friday .'
s. f
*&Weekend._ - .
Miss SM.' .Smith and five >7 lAta/Mary Sherman f' S an- in a1 .hassee- and Sunday in f -
nn ; '
... '
: Roanok'e nodt R I.L: and' Mra.- --FranciaBarber''and St.- Petersburg.- :;;*' 4._-*- ; ;
sisters" :. -
[sorbnty from '' -
FRIDAY TTalent. '
'Mrs! Charles" Godfrey na; -
; oUege,".Va. 'spent the, Easter: son' ; Bn the,-(} "Easter Havrede'Grace daughter Elaine, of Washing?' : GJVE, :y ( R' HOME THE LOOK OF LUXURY

holidays witlt Mr.: and' 'Mrs. : Md..speni: : ,
t .Show Foster''Shi*Smith; ". weekend .vith'Mr and.Mrs. Arthur ton, Ga. are spending: this weekwith : ,. 'I 'J, : .J 1,. _
her parents, Mr. and Mr.s.: I
Mrs.. :X.: J.[. Smith was in .M}t e. I : : .

On StageFaturing Broxton, Gal on Sunday to &(. : Mrs, :..'Alice_. Langford r\ of Lake TylerJones... I ; .: ::: -; :. :.::; WITH! : A.NE SECTIONAL SOFA

'Butler. ''Mrs. R. Thomas -
and .
tent the
funeral grarici
'- other I
: :: :. .
j. 0
; ?, ; : : *ef 1 SuhSay ''dinner' guests of Rites rf
", mother- ; Mrs.T, E Caves Wednesday ; ._ .
.Mr., aitd*Mr Fred'Sneil and -and'Mra. Herbert Thomas.Mr. .

tfI BHS'sFuIure family were in Fernandina oyer and Mrs. R. W. Douville For. O.. E.. Thornton, ; ,
I i \ I
i. the weeKend'visi ingIrs: T;'J. ahd_ sons of Pensacola and At Pine i .Grove : .,. .., .

: Stars. of C rbett.) .Lloyd Grider: of 'St. Simons Island ,

..iUiA ... -*. ''Dr. T. G- Bitch was-in Mijuni 1.1 Vere weekend guests ofMr 'Owen' Edward Thornton, 5 31,

,T Tomorrow on business on Tuesday. .and'Mrs. R. Hi: Grider and' f' Starke; died in a local hospital -,I .I

Mrs,Kate.Sheppard, and Mrs. family.. Merle Gilder of Fer !)Sunday night after. brief,
.. : 'A11Scat 50c' Edna Hart spent the weekend nandina is spending this week illness. Born in Raiford on Nov.

: :\ .t" ....'. -.,- l InVfner, ,Qai en. with, ..Mrs.K with his family. 12, '190: his 'parents-were the' :
.-' ,: ., : P.'Ayrlght:, and:in"'Or1ando, ,!1rs: E. C- Harden Jr. and late Bill and Mattie Rosier! 10J J

ft : ::!IiI: ;::R'' SAr., :. ,I 4 .}.f s. Jerome Johns Mr.s. children and Mrs. Irene Roberts Thornton. He was a retired, 10t t

; : ckt.7.\ tavern, .Outlaw(, amOlrs... JaiiesVi ''( : of: Wewahitchka will be farmer and a member of 'the, 1 :' : -' ., :Iit:

ROWS were in TaIa,'Tue,-weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Congregational. MetHodistChurch. ,, ,) + M'5 v ; I Ifr

Double .'eaturPro ram day aha 'We nesda' attending Herb rt'. Thomas. Mrs. Roberts ,, ,
Jc tu rfcp- ;;,"X' J the, Junior- mah'a .CIt b .cooventien -|will, remain with her 'da !hter, Surviving are his wife, Georgia I,

i ; ,. Mji Thomas, and. family for a Roland Thornton of Starke ,
... .. ', ; '
.- __ _' '
t A'AI' ''Mh visit y '
; and Mrs: N. K; Hurst two daughters, Geralding 1'
''itl'iotT' \ t a.. ." i Uih. ; Dill I 4 ,,, '-
I of'IndianapolisInid.spent1 the'wfeekendwith'Mrs. ; Tlr ahd Mrs.: J. P. spent Thornton, and Mrs. Mearlean
,hiJONAif MARSHALt..E N'I last w kin: Ga. -, \ ,k ,,, ,- .. )-,- 't't.
W. S. S1adeand Statesbqro: Griffis, both of Starke three j; \ -- : .

."Tamily- while .enro te home. with, their' son-in-law andd sons }Marion, Leo, and Owen|: -. ",, '- .. ,- I'L- 4
ir6m, Miami. ughtf, in'. "andl. Mrs.. Oscar. Edward Thprnton Jr., all of: :- --.,, V f /

"Mr: 'at d. }Info Jimmy Hobbs Hendrix x, and,.family; Starke; three brothers, Less,, :

I : !and Mr.. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry Mrand: Mrs. ; It"}.[ Lee. andChildren Thornton; Raiford; and W. J.1 :1 $

"Gainesville: l ; and THiss'JackieHobbs J a! 'Lakeiand were i and William H. Thornlon. bOth| : %

j'ea1ure No. 2 ':andi: Malcolm n. Mclnnls visiting: her parents, "Mr.: and of' Jacksonville" ; two sisters,'

I ... 'Qf' ,St.. Petersburg" were wee ,Mi s.' ,E.lJ'. ; Do\vling. ,, over' the I ,, .'

end guests of Mr.;., and ,Mrs.J We k nd. I I
-,, :, -, ,, /7- ,
: -4 wu-z
1\rs"Marie: McDaniel and, ; .
C. Hobbs. -' 1 + 4 -_ x .
: '
1 Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perry- children'! of 'Gainesville* were I (i'4, -

Yisiiing her mother, Mrs. T. D. -
man.of. Jacksonville were.. visiting -
r I
v- ; 4'2 ,
: :Judge and Mrs. E..K.. .Perryhyur Dyal, on Sunday' : -"-- -, ,: :.a- ., -. .
Mr: and' Mrs. Green 1
ieo( Herbert -
on Sunday; c4 : -
: : ,
.- ': Mr":'and.Mrs.Dave'-Paulk atiend and children.' :and: Mrs. J: HJ ; \3 a
i'the Fi IdS* the in 1---- ; -. _2 ,' ,--
d Pajilk 'fimiijr reuniori spent weekend ] \c .- -- 1bfr ,- '

: ui.' Pearson, Ga'ovetthe, |.Cocoa'': with. M is. f{ rold. Ford.
\4--.C9Ior. arton. I II \\p ke---d.--' {Mi Howard'Burns,: : and'Mrs. -

I _. .I ." and' Mrs. Stephen- i Kelly: .WeS:. Scoggins 'attend d'' the ... ......*; .- : '" --- -r' '

'S N' iQ : : of Jacksonville, were.weekerid library sTafrineeting'.ln, Gairiesvifle .'! -"' ;ff.'. 't s'r' '
-I; s.; T .. -
'.(.. i...: "i : ; ,
t: S oJ \ ff quests of Mr.:, and :Mrs. -EryjuiAndrews. Wednesday <
..iVWL 29,..30, & 'MAYAdded >l .'at' 'Crosby Lake. t -Jane: and' J1miiiy- 'Guy ofGainesville' I '.:- '1Jj..\' .1f' ,.r. ,;. ; .. .' .. --' .. ,

L : u1EVMAR1E' .., Mr.. and Mrs: P.aul'HaW were visiting theirgpandmother -1.b--I;' !) : ..: L'h_

-w of Jacksonville] were Sunday .. Mrs' A.. Z. Ad- -' t' \4

A t 'SAINt Wl91 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrjs* kms, oref"the week d.. I 'We'-tecei ed--These4 Before Expected! *'

Titus Olson.: MiahdM: \yend I ,;?Moody of' ._. L'

jj .. ( IOtTY :Mrs. Bertha Pearce of Starke Jacksonvflie-w Snnday visit- -- ,. '

.. :IAIU! _I and her sister, !.{ -s. Lillian,:ors-of-Mr. and Mrsr.GuyAn .. and are OVERSTOCKED: .. ,

J drews. This man is tnropfared b.ccnsip .
t t. Phillips' of Lake City spent : ; '

4 md\Jfi.\ rMUTAlXmt : last week with.another sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bauman ,

_$ij$1 e. _44 ..,;", ""i 7 [Mrs. :T. J. Thomas,' to'Valdosta of Hollywood were overnight a. lie is watching a comedy! I This Weekend' Only!' 1

:. G&. Mrs. Pearce spent: -.the}guests' last Thursday of.Mr. b. He is watching burlesque We have, 3, 4 and 5-piece' sectionalsiii
-. weekend with1 her .'daughtfen and Mrs, F. H Kramer. I. AS411LES'

: Cartoon", ?Ace: of* 'Space" j M 'S. Mary Lane, in -Jackson Pt Mike Reddish of. Fort Is your breakfast. Java bitter. !, ::. : 2-Pc, Sofa Bed Suitei. i -"sjock; now for immediate delTyery.All : '

---- ,_ _. ,'Ville. .- Bragg. 'N: 'C. was'hdme. for'the!brackish and as unappetizing i .. : '4 with solid foam cushions and!, a $: Iiu mmAnd

C'V fz ;J; :'Mrs. Adam Green and Mr. weekend.. 88'cupful ofl\'lle: delta silt?j ,
l 'i
ana vMra>'Don Pa eVwWinGoldsboro ; : : Oar fresh -full-bodied cream I :
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- $'1995 variety of'colors.- Choose yours now -
.MAY2\ .&. 3 [ N.,'
i r : en41< Sgt and'tMrfc': :1tW ReddisH and baby spent. Saturday 'most refreshing drink you ever, 'while .weJ have al large' stock.' : ..- -. .fer
v Montht'sAFoctyouCon
'KrN., .t: hMftEff', .. : -;' : Reese.' '. and:.Sunday at Cedar Key. tasted. i T .... ; .

r Mr. and : '1tt and, karl : > :: *
;itht f1azza Mrs. Byron New- : "Mrs. E.:. Houpt "

comb arid dVugmer t>f Way-I and children of' Dajtort Ohio "' ., oJ, --, 1

.. jl e. lli:... dross, 1S >cnt'r'1linrsdly>to r spent list week 'with Dr. and /
I ;') ._,. SaBday irith :!ir. "ahsTMrs.S. tl fMre! Ci J. H \ FUrflitffe
( .. 1pt.Th H upts '
) : S 4mnanc
..c. .0.
I 'Kewownk 'and their guests: toured' South : ; oftettaE' .

.1 4!. '"\ isffie. FlOrid ;"daring' their Visit hera.t r 1 Ai = .. ;: ." .. .
Johns .
Mrs. as iIi .. .
.. .. ..... i i.Ja.d. i -* 'f : .
'g' "-1 i.t. : I *< MJiinie .. r ,
: gaests Mrs; of : trTIayinoiid'Ma- - ,

.,....Added- 1.axvjUlott.. Saturday.and..Sun7 I jor .5id daughter, Tracy, of t PHO 96l4321'. OF' STARI(.E: -.

''i1iigh'' Not : d&7" iw4 Charles;' .Greeh, ; aiid Fort Bennihg, Ga. were last -- ; awsdnsU r.a llV' I ,- ..' o.vn"" .. ..

Cartoon '. 1.jr is 'IR tl n-.. dtcko41le Friday sts-Ot'CoL and' )fra'IYIVLcng 434446 West :CalI: Street: .. t l .- : c.':4---
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I Mrs.'Dowling ; First Baptist Church Ceremony: Unites .-. .,,,e

Elected To Head Charlene Dennis And Willis ChesserMiss WHAT, WHEN TE; t=

j jn.

,High'ScioolPTA Charlene Elizabeth ]: AND WHERE :

Mrs. W. E. Dowling was Dennis and Willis Elwyn j I!

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-OC51 elected president of the Bradford Chesser were united: in marriage ': I > Three :

High School PTA at a on Sunday::! afternoon v Friday Apr. 27 Big Days i

held. in April 15, at 3:30: o'clock in W. C:, T., U. luncheon, 12:30p. :
I meeting Tuesday night
''Mary Harriet Powell Weds W.. H. JohnsIn the school auditorium.. ,Other: the First Baptist Church at a / m. in P. O. W.. annex, Taber-

.St. Mark's Church officers: "'elected at this time beautiful ceremony performedby nacle. ;
Last '- I
: SaturdaySt. were: Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr., Rev. Leo A. Hebert. Miss j I '-4 4-4. Saturday. Apr. 28 FRI. 27th SAT. 28th & MON. 30th

Mark's Episcopal vice president;Orie A. Wiggins, Dennis is the daughter of Mr. j Chicken dinner floor show
Church Rev. Charles and Mrs. James 'Henry Dennis 6-8 p,m. sponsored by Shriners :
was the setting for a secretary; Phippsj I II '
of Starke, and Mr. Ches '1 F"
beautiful wedding on 'I i treasurer;.and Mrs. P D. Fan-, 1,1 and OES. Starke El m. Cafe-
I ser is the son'of Mr. and Mrs. '
torium. Public Invited. cPtw-
afternoon. April 21, at cher Jr., T&p
o'clock when Miss Mary (IThe new officers. will be n->, Willis L. Chesser of Haw- Apr. 26; 27, 28 r. uLiw Lk'7

riet Powell, .daughter of stalled at the :May meeting I thorne. i--- /i, 'Flower Show, State Prison 4 __ !

and Mrs. William C. when a covered dish supper Will! The altar of the church was ;t held at Community Club house* !

became the bride of W. .be served. ; lovely with tall pedestal baskets -; Tuesday, May 1 j .

Johns, son of Mr. and :Marion Payne, ticket chair i of white gladioli and chry- ,, Starke Elem. PTA, 7:30 p.f'

L. man for the PTA production of| san'h"mums against a back- j' m., Cafetorium. I
F T. Johns. Rev.'R. E. 9 &_ ,
ground of palms and branched tt Southside Elem. PTA,
"Swingin High" that
Blain performed the reported | 7:30"t '
$190 made this candelaara with white ta- p. m., Cafetorium
Mrs. L. A. Canova : was on
rendered nuptial music as A check for $50:> was presented I persIn the center of the Wednesday Slay 2

guests assembled and to Richard' Wainwright, presi-i altar was a large open Bible U. D. C:; 3:30: p. m., home of!

panied Mrs. Paul j 1 dent of the 9th grade, for with a satin marker. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar

soloist, who sang "0 ing won the attendance have'' Miss Carole McRae, organ- Thursday, May S

,the ist, played nuptial music as Executive Board, Starke I
Love" and "The Lord's year
er." The members were entertain! the guests assembled:! and accompanied groom and attendants. Woman's Club, 3:30: p. m., club

Rev. Hebert, solo- ]house.ReddishWhitehead. !
The altar was ed by an exhibition of tumbling Mrs.
S. L. Peek Jr. and Miss I
members I ist, who sang "Because" and
by vases holding staged by of Mrs.
Floried Killingsworth aunts
ments of white .gladioli, Carolyn Dyal's physical education -, "The Lord's Prayer. I

and carnations against classes, including several -' James G. Sparkman Jr. of, of the bride, cut the wedding ; COI.OR COODDJATED

background of, palms and'f comical imitations of vaii-l Keystone Heights served asj i i cake. Miss Henree Dennis, j Wedding PartyIs I' .

ous animals and articles. !' best man, and the ushers were j sister of the bride, and Mrs. "
balls. The pews were i SANFORIZED COTTON
with white satin bows. Refreshments! were served by) Randy Tillman, Kyle Rid- Kyle Ridaught, sister of the EntertainedSheriff I t

Armond Rivers served members of the executive) aught, Russell Woodard, andT. I groom, kept the bride's book.I ,

board. C. Roundtree. i i Assisting in serving. and car- and Mrs. P. D. Red- 2PIECEJAMAICA
best man, and the ushers, '
I' Miss Kay Dennis, sister of I mg for the guests were Mrs. dish entertained at a delightful I
Harold A. Bishop m and .I' I
--. the bride, attended as maidof I H. M. Hatcher Jr., Mrs. John rehearsal supper Thursday
liam C. Powell HI.
honor in a street length:I Green, Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. evening of last week at their
Miss Linda Kay Sale
dress of shrimp colored silk f M. H. Sheppard, and Misses I home honoring their son,
tended the bride as maid
organza; over taffeta. The Brenda Lewis, Patsy Nichols, I Jimmy, and his fiancee, Miss I Ii
honor in becoming
dress was fashioned with a : Janet Hardy and Dee Walters. i i Sandra Whitehead, following

length gown of round neck cap sleeves and i Presiding at the punch table t their wedding rehearsal. SETS
lace taffeta .
and worn! with
full tiered skirt. With this were Miss Ilene Strickland, Three tables were set up in

matching champagne silk she wore matching shoes and Miss Mary Agnes Matthews:I the back, yard of the Reddish ,
in her hair. She carried : S
"Shaggy dog" headpiece with .. Mrs. Junius Smith Jr., cou- I home where a delicious smoked -
Colonial of
bouquet .
j nose-length veil and white, sin of the bride, and Mrs. i; chicken and turkey dinner REG.
pagne colored carnations.: ; ,(
-I lace gloves. She carried a ''R. J. Ridaught, sister of the I was served. Mrs. Reddish was '

Serving as bridesmaids '_ _ '. nosegay of carnations and : groom. assisted in serving by Mrs. 199

Misses Betty Jean j .' .", I' daisy pom-poms to match her: Silver trays of rice bags Dave Paulk. I' :
and Delores Hardy. T h *' dress. The 40 guests enjoying this
_ I were passed out by Miss Mar
_ _
were attired in Miss Charlene Hardy, as : tha Dennis sister of the bride, lovely:occasion were members 3 Days OnlySanforized t

length taffeta dresses _ :1"i oridesmaid, dress of :! of the wedding party, the immediate "
_ _ wore a Janice Ridaught, niece of the
ing a scoop neckline and 'I ___________ % $, .Y Nile green, on lines identicalto .I families of the honored '
groom, Jayne Hardy, Donit
taffeta rose at the that of the honor attend- Sparkman Debbie Chesser I ,couple, and out-of-town wash 'n wear cotton J JI

Miss Schmitt's gown was 'I; ant. She carried a Nile green Catharine Peek, June Hardy,I II I guests. Many styles and color combinations ..
shrimp color and Miss ,, j
: of carnations and'''
Carol Hardy, and Janet Nic- '
gown was mint green. daisy pom-poms. I Senior Citizens S Sizes 10 to 18 ', F

t rose their with hair a each short wore.a veil f '._<_., _. ,_ .. ....n..._ ._ ,.___ .,__ An exquisite bridal gown hols.After spending some time I ; "
[ : > I of white Chantilly lace over Organize Club PLUS A STOREFULL OF '
ing the gowns. They J I with their guests, the coupleleft j I '
taffeta '
Colonial bouquets of i Frances Landrum .j j was selected by the ,on a week's wedding trip I To Meet MonthlyThe WONDERFUL VALUES
J I bride who was' given in mari i '
tions' and nylon tulle : I To Wed Mr. Taylor: riage by her father. The I to, South Florida, after which v'

streamers of satin rib b the'I' I they, returned to make their first meeting ,of the new
molded bodice with f I
scalloped '
matching their'dresses. : J' In ,Early
I The bride travelled a-.green. night in the Lions Den,
Luther, John Powell was : '
I j : rhinestones and the long !' : '
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Han.
shantung suit with bone, accessories -!with 24 members enr<<:>l1ed. I
ring bearer and sleeves terminated in Calla
num Williams announce the engagement ,and wore the orchid '
j -I i
ring: in the heart of a points over the wrists. The Buddy Elliott director of the
; ; of her daughter, from her bridal bouquet.'I'I>! Recreation
alla lily. He attired three-tiered Starke Department,
was skirt of pleated''
a white linen suit.. 1 I Frances! ,'Landrum, to Linton tulle over net was ballerina I' The bride graduated from i!i stat'oo that his board is interested THREE DAYS ONLY AT THIS LOW PRICE!
Augustus Taylor, Jr., son of I Schoolin 'j
Bradford High
The bride given in' : 'County in the organizationand
length. Lace and rhinestones .
Mr. and Mrs. Linton '
f; by her father was}eautiful : : Taylor-Sr.,0f Jacksonville.The Augustus. (formed the tiny headpiece I 1959' and attended St.: will work,with the membersin BOYS' WASH\ N WM
Johns: 'River Junior College ,
a magnificent gown of bride-elect which held the fingertip veil building a strong club in '

ported -ehan lly :lace in I Bradford ,High, a School graduateof -is of'' illusion., ,Her. only, .ornament tn.Pala. She is now'employed Bradford County.: '

medallion design, worn was a ,white gold pen- id' the payroll-depart-' There was a.general discussion -
over layers of starched' I, : attending lege in Lakeland as Southern a: J cot-I dant' with cultured pearl nestling ment of,Clay' Electric Cooperative .of activities the member gi9 SPORT SHIRTS
: Heights.: i
and bridal taffeta. Her the College of Education. between leaves sparkling Keystone I ship' would' like to have duringthe

ed Dior bodice was (, : a,member of Alpha Omicron Pi with two diamond chips. She :, 'Mr. Chessergraduated'from ,: year;, including shuffleboard .
'School in 1958, rnam nts, square dancing,
by a scalloped sabrina r sorority. carried a white Bible with a : Melrose High 4"1149'VALUE
and'Is" also employed, by Clay,' card games! birthday parties,
line. The long- lace :, .)'Ir. white orchid surrounded with'' '
Taylor, a graduate _
and _
tapered i to Calla lily ;Robert E. Lee High School, tulle, velvet leaves and Electric. i picnic outings.It 4 : : i-1 I__
and'were I I Among the sixty outotown It fI! announced that the : ;
over her wrists J! f Jacksonville, and Florida Southern frenched carnations showered :
next meeting will be held in ,
the I
ned by rows of l College, with a degree in with snapdragons and plum- guests :' !
buttons. Her I Business Administration, is osus fern. The white Bible:'i wedding was the bride's- nt; the Lions Den on Tuesday, May '. _
now & 'at 7:30 m., and the club : 74 I
of p.
I I Miss Floried Killingsworth
skirt made of :
was ; serving as a 2nd Lieutenantwith was presented to the bride by S i 1 ._ 7
expected to recruit least
v: tiers of scalloped 'lace : the U. S. Army. His fraternity the Y.W.A. members at a 1 Birmingham, Ala. : S
15'new members by that timeAny
and was worn floor !!i I{ is Pi Kappa Alpha, of "White Bible" ceremony at'' .
I 50 of
ne anr'
She wore a bouffant veil the church recently. 1 years age ,
J I j,which he was president in his Two Hostesses over, who is interested in join. ,
,sheerest illusion secured to I i i senior year. Mrs. Dennis chose for her I I ', 4
ing, should contact the Recrea.
( --
regal of seed pearls daughter's wedding pink''
crown j The wedding will be an a ComplimentMiss tion 'c -? '
Department? or John Simpson. -
iridescent sequins. She I event of early July. linen lace dress with match- .
ned a white Bible topped I, ing accessories, complementedwith Matthews ;' S'i'. h' Sanforized Broadcloth

a white Cattelya orchid, I a purple orchid corsage. $

sprays of white double : 'I Mrs. ,Nora Patray, Mrs. Chesser the bridegroom's I: Miss Mary Agnes Matthews, Brownies Feted S ,, 0 Plaids and Fancy Patterns

lish stock and puffs of ''I Peter'' Wilkinson .mother, was attired'', bride-elect of June 23, was 1 At H ineS Home -S ": I 0 Stand-up Collar

tulle Interspersed with in a blue silk organza dress i I I II 'q
Are Wed Sunday' J honored at a lovely brunch
; O Permanent Collar
and pearl 1 leaves. In I with matching accessories and' Stays
i and kitchen-gadget shower on Miss,Mary,Elizabeth Haines :
bridal bouquet she carried I orchid '
a purple corsage.
MI-SI Nora Patray of Stark i Saturday morning at 11:30: entertained ,the Brownie Girl eSizes6tol6 I
handkerchief made by A reception was held in the I'f ilVit
great-grandmother almost I and Peter Wilkinson of Hill- i church recreation building o'clock, given by Mrs. L. D. ., Scouts at her home on North '

1 crest, Fla. and Bom seen, Vt!\ : Vining and Mrs. T. T. Longat i.I Myrtle' St. Tuesday afternoon. MANY MORE COMPARABLE VALUES
years ago. It was also immediately after the wedding '
were united in marriage Sunday the home of the latter on Eighteen Brownies were pres-
ried by her grandmother, I I A green and white color I'
afternoon at four o'clock Washington Street. ent to 'enjoy the games anda
George Flynn Sr., at her L motif was achieved in the'
ding. I at the home of Mr. and Mrs.I arrangements of gladioli and The pastel color motif was I weiner roast.. Prizes for the

Don Patray. Judge E. K. expressed in graceful flower!j i games were won by Robin
Mrs. Powell chose for chrysanthemums against a SPECIALSPECIAL I
I --
I daughter's wedding an Perryman performed the nup: background of palms. arrangements of sweet peas, Warren and Jan Ritch. The I --
I tials. Brownies welcomed three Reg. 79c
of Ire- new
I I carnations, and
with side
chiffon dress The bride's table was cover- ,
Attending the couple ,were members Dowling, Men Crew Socks
effect and lace bodice J ed with a white satin cloth I land placed at vantage points Boys Polo Shirts
Roland Couter of Massachusetts -I Jackie Gaskins, and Carol Ann
) throughout the party rooms.
scoop neckline. This I : I edged with lace over a white I For 00 Knit Top 1 For
and Mrs. James Gassettof The five tables in the dining McKinney. 2 Only f 3 115
,complemented with a satin skirt, centered with a I F Sizes 10 to 13 '
of Phaelonopsis orchids -, Louisiana. four-tiered wedding cake em- :' room were covered with imported '
I Mrs. Patray chose for her I
tulle and satin : and cloths and centered Surprise Party
nylon bossed with white roses : Ladies Seamless Hose Reg. 39c Yd.
wedding, a medium blue silk
Immediately after the i I i lilies of the valley with tiny I i With old fashioned nosegays

ding a reception was held I.afternoon dress complemented ; green leaves and topped with I j of 'pink carnations, pink illusion For Mrs. BrabhamMrs. '. 60 Gauge 15 Denier 1st QuaL Piece Goods
with accessories and &
,the Parish House., The, I a miniature bride and groom.I)j' and, lace and satin "
I, pink carnation corsage. streamers tied with lilies of John R., Brabham was 2 Prs. For JOO 4 Yds. For 100r
ceiving line composed of I II < I I, 'After, the wedding a small. branch crystal candelabra i ,the valley. 'Marking these pleasantly. surprised with a" ", '

reception was,held,at the Pa- j| irig arrangement, ,of the'' ::21 party oh her birthday Mon IiI4
decorated with white button I f ,
tray home with just 'the immediate : mums with tulle and white ;, guests" ,were. place cards feaj day afternoon given' by women ; .i
families and close j turing doUble- wedding: .rings of the Firs.t 1 Methodist : BEAUTIFUL SHEEN CORD
SiliUB tapers. Crystal compotes 1 i I
I friends:attending. Dredenrose.bud Church. r '
held in pink
: holding green and white mints .
The bride's book was kept Birthday cake and Coca- .
I graced either side of the table. ..
: by Donna Lou Patray. Mrs. !: Around the edge of the' table :," Following brunch the'guests' Colas were served during the. 11 \ "Mr. SNEEKERS"
Ronald Patray' of Gainesville hours.
I 1 I the' living party
were invited into
were garlands of Southern
I cut the bride's cake, and Mrs. I ., ,Among the 35 attending this ;
t at the smilax caught at each 'corner1 i'' room where the honoree open- I\\ A Sesl-Seller at 2.99
Arthur Patray presided delightful occasion those
RESTAURANT' with a spray of white button ed -her gifts. At one end of
: punch bowL I chrysanthemums and show-1 the mantel was a pastel: colored from out-of-town were Mrs.
: Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson left
; .1it.* Robert Brabham and Miss \
ers of narrow white satin rib- ; green and yellow water- I
!I Wednesday for Vermont and Shirley Brabham of Gaines- FOR 3
4 Sunday Special - $1.35 Canada and will return to bons. Completing the table I' ing pot and from the spout ville.

was a lovely fan of white pastel colored satin 'streamers DAYSONL
: Starke in September.
Southern Fried4 Chicken tulle and button mums with fell to the floor and were attached -

Calfs Liver, Saute Onions I \. white satin streamers. I|.I l to the gifts. After ,Prisoners Given V!
: Beta Sigma Phi Miss Matthews opened her i
Fried ilet Fish Steak :
,; The punch tables were over-! One Year Extra I''iF\$ ,

Country' Fried Steak Pledge RitualMonday'Night laid with white satin cloths : gifts, the ribbons from the 2 PRS. FOR $5

VEGETABLES: CHOCE OF ,TWO 7 I edged with Southern smflax. I' spray were fashioned into a For Escape Tries

:I I The table holding the bride's 1 bridal arrangement for her to i Mint green, beige lilac white or block
Whipped Potatoes Garden Peas her wedding rehearsaL -i Six men, prison Inmates '' '
at young
Cole Slaw Buttered Corn I Beta Sigma Phi sorority held book was covered with a white carry were sentenced for escape x1 .Sizes 12 Yz to 3, 4 to 10

DESSERT: ; its Pledge Ritual at. 7 p. m. satin cloth and held a single when they pleaded guilty ;' Cushioned inner, sole, arch GAd wedge
I candle holder decoratedwith The hostesses presented the
Old Fashioned Bread Pudding Lemon Sauce Jello i Monday at the home of 1rs.1 crystal here in Circuit Court, Wednesday i\\ )
W. A.,Stern. white mums and lace. honoree with a lovely white : c : -,'"
I before Judge George L.
Whipped CreamBEVERAGE i Preceding the ritual Mrs." MrsM.. F. Hazen decoratedfor carnation corsage 'and a brasschafing Patten.

) the reception and Mrs. dish as a memento of j
: Stern was installed as director -
: | Five of the men, Donny Ra)
.' i Coffee Or Hot or Cold Tea of the sorority, after which the!!| J. E. Hardy and Mrs. Charles' the occasion. I i(Courtney Hulan Grant, Wil- ) -

!four pledges were inducted in]j Hardy had charge of the re-'| During the party CoL! Long :liam Theodore Lovell, Jack '

Chef's the traditional candlelight ritual. ception. '! took pictures of this delightful j i Prater, and Union Wilson Crosby 5,. '

\ Special :" $1.50 ; Mrs. Junius Smith aunt of affair. ', all received one year sen- -" : _ _

Broiled Sirloin Strip Steak A banquet was held later at the bride greeted guests at : Included in the guests were :tences.

Tosse3tfeen! Salad Bows 301 Restaurant, where place)II the door and Mrs. Gay Sale' Mrs. E. L. Matthews, mother Robert David Roy was given /-"U" ,- :' __ :-
t ," Hot Rolls & Butter I cards were used in seating the introduced 'the guests to the ,of the bride-elect. Mrs. W. E. i iMiddleton. one year on the escape charge .

!19 members.' A long, low bowl receiving line composed of and Mrs. V. R.!and an additional concurrent % i1 77"S

'of calendulas, banked with fern Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, Mr. and Ferguson mother of the''seiteneeof6rnonthsto. .3 years!

,. iwas used on the banquet table. Mrs. Chesser, the bride and,i bridegroom-elect) |for auto larceny. < T TE

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Mrs-'Dowling" ; First Baptist Church Ceremony Unites '- if-ge

Elected 'To HeadHigh'SchooIPTA, 'Charlene Dennis And Willis ChesserMiss WHAT, WHEN '- :

'Charlene ElizabethDennis AND WHERE :
Mrs. W. E. Dowling was; and Willis Elwyn
Chesser were united:! in mar- Three :
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0431 elected president of the Br d. riage on Sunday afternoon, \ Friday Apr. 27 Big Days
ford High School PTA at a
April 15, at' 3:30: o'clock in W. C: T., U. luncheon, 12:30p. :
held Tuesday night ,in
meeting the First Church at O. W. Taber-
Harriet Baptist a in..in-P. annex
Mary Powell Weds W H.
A JohnsIn the school auditorium. Other .

St. Mark's Church Last SaturdaySt. officers were: Mrs.' :'elected H. A.at Bishop this 'time Jr., beautiful Rev.. Leo ceremony A. Hebert.performedby Miss : ::5 nacle. Saturday Apr. 28 FRI. 27th SAT. 28th & MON 30th i-

Dennis is the daughter of Mr. Chicken dinner, floor show. ____ ----- -
vice One A. Wiggins, ; _
--- president;
Mark's 1L h
Episcopal and Mrs. James 'Henry Dennis '- t. 6-8 p.m. sponsored by Shriners .
Rev. Charles Phipps, 't.4t .
secretary -
( Church the for ; 4 "
a of Starke and Mr. Ches- :: ? and OES, Starke El m. Cafe- -
treasurer and :Mrs. P. D. Fan-
beautiful wedding on Saturday : ;. ser is the son' of Mr. and Mrs. torium. Public Invited. j,
'afternoon. 21, at 2 ,cher Jr:, }historian. .::
Willis L. Chesser of Haw- Apr. 26, 87; 28
o'clock when Miss Mary Harriet The new officers will be installed thorne. c'L 'Flower Show, State Prison Lr.M1 I
Powell, .daughter of Mr. at the :May The altar of the church was -', ?I, held at Community Club house.'
and Mrs. William C. Powell, :when a covered dish supper will lovely with tall pedestal baskets Tuesday May 1 I

became the bride qf W. H. be served. of white gladioli and chrysanthemums ; Starke Elem. PTA 7:30
a- :Marion Payne, ticket chair.I IF P'I '
Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. against a back- m., Cafetorium. :'7.tsi' _
the PTA of"Swingin1
man for 'production A.
L. T. Johns. Rev.-R. E- Mac- _
ground of palms and branched : Southside Elem. PTA 7:30.: ,
Blain performed the nuptials. High" reported that I candelabra with white ta- p. m., Cafetorium \,

Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist, '$190 was made on this event.A .:I pers. In the center of the Wednesday May 2

rendered nuptial music as the L\ check for' $50 was presentedto I altar was a large open Bible U. D. C;, 3:30: p. m., home of''
Richard' Wainwright, presi-!
guests assembled and accompanied with a satin marker. Mrs.: Clyde TerwillegarThursday ,
,dent of the 9th grade, for
Mrs. Paul Canova, S
I Miss: Carole McRae organ- May
the attendance
soloist, who sang "0 Perfect ,the ing won : ist, played nuptial music as Executive Board Starke)

Love"" and "The Lord's Pray;. year.The members were entertained -I. the guests assembled and accompanied groom and attendants.Mrs. Woman's Club, 3:30: p. m., clubj

er. Rev. Hebert, soloist house.ReddishWhitehead. I
The altar was enhancedby by an exhibition of tumbling S. L. Peek Jr. and Miss
I who "Because" and
w staged .1'y members of }.(rs. sang Floried
holding Killingsworth aunts
vases arrange- Lord's Prayer. ,
"The ,
Carolyn Dyal's physical education I
ments of white .gladioli stock. '; James G. Sparkman Jr. of!j of the bride, cut the wedding I COLOR COORDmATED
classes, including several -I
and carnations against a Keystone Heights served as i cake. Miss Henree Dennis, i Wedding Party I. .
( comical imitations of various
background of, palms and':fern #I4Wf't animals and articles. I I best man, and the ushers were j sister of the bride and Mrs. SANFORIZED COTTON

balls. The pews were marked Refreshments were served by 1 I Randy Tillman, Kyle Rid-;: Kyle Ridaught, sister of the Is Entertained, j

with white satin bows. members of the executive, aught, Russell Woodard, and groom, kept the bride's book.
Armond Rivers served as board. i I T. C. Roundtree. (I|: Assisting in serving: and caring Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- 2PIECEJAMAICA

best man, and the ushers were I Miss Kay Dennis, sister of I for the guests were Mrs. dish entertained at a delightmi I
Harold A. Bishop UI and William I H. M. John rehearsal supper Thursday I
------ -- the bride, attended as maidof I Hatcher Jr., Mrs. I
C. Powell IlL honor in a street length Green, Mrs. James Lewis Mrs. evening of last week at their I

Miss Linda Kay Sale attended ..., .< .1.1I dress of shrimp colored silk,;I M. .H. Sheppard and Misses I home honoring their son.

the bride as maid of i 'I organza over taffeta. The Brenda Lewis, Patsy Nichols I Jimmy, and his fiancee, Miss II I
wedding party stood in front i
honor in a becoming ballerina I I Janet Hardy and Dee Walters. i I Sandra Whitehead following
I T dress was fashioned with around
of the mantel which held ,
a |II
length of champagnelace I I I !I I their wedding rehearsal. SETS
gown large fan-shaped arrangement !i ( neck cap sleeves and Presiding at the punch table
and taffeta, worn with a of Bells of Ireland, white : full tiered skirt. With this : were Miss Ilene Strickland, i i Three tables were set up in

matching champagne silk rose gladioli, stock and mums I ; she wore matching shoes and 1 Miss Mary Agnes Matthews, .i the back. yard of the Reddish 1.
in her hair. She carried a I home where a delicious smoked _
flanked by threebranchedcandelabra ; "Shaggy dog" headpiece with Mrs. Junius Smith Jr., cousin -i AJr! f
Colonial bouquet of champagne holding white ta- !: ; nose-length nil and white;i of the bride, and Mrs.I I i chicken and turkey dinner REG. -
'colored carnations! :;., I lace gloves. She carried a 1 R. J. Ridaught, sister of the i was served. Mrs. Reddish was

; Serving: as bridesmaids were I pers.The bride's table was over- I i nosegay of carnations and 'I groom. assisted in serving by Mrs. .' 199 ,

Misses Betty Jean Schmitt I laid with imported cutwork daisy pom-poms to match her I Silver trays of rice bags Dave Paulk.

and Delores Hardy. Theywere I cloth over a ,white satin floor dress.Miss II were passed out by Miss Mar I The 40 guests enjoying this : 3DaysOnly

attired in ballerina i I length skirt. At one end was I, Charlene Hardy as I tha Dennis sister of the bride lovely occasion were members j

length taffeta dresses featuring the lovely all white three- I: oridesmaid, wore a dress ofi i Janice Ridaught, niece of the I of the. wedding party the immediate ,

a scoop neckline and a i i tiered wedding cake, topped 4" iv-: Nile green, on lines identical I groom, Jayne Hardy, Donita families of out-of-town the honored Sanforized wash 'n wear cotton yI

taffeta rose at the waistline. I I with a wedding-,bell and fluffs .j : to that of the honor attend- Sparkman Debbie Chesser,I couple, and .

Miss Schmitt's gown was of i of tulle. AI'ound'the cake was __ fg: I; ant. She carried a Nile green I I Ii Catharine Peek, June Hardy I I guests. Many styles and color combinations ... .

shrimp color and Miss Hardy's : a ruffle of lacelon. At Intervals w; i nosegay of carnations and : Carol Hardy, and Janet Nic- 18 '
Sizes 10 to p. ,
gown was mint! green. In were sprays of white iris I daisy pom-poms. I III Senior Citizens

their hair each wore.a chiffon f on background of white. An exquisite bridal gownof I hols.After time
a II spending some
: .,. I
rose with a short.veil match- 'I satin leaves. tulle and narrow: I white Chantilly lace over I with their, guests, the coupleleft Organize Club PLUS A STOREFULL OF .

ing the gowns. They carried! satin loops. At the other end Frances Landrum taffeta was selected by the I ,.on a week's wedding trip To Meet Monthly I WONDERFUL VALUES ". / /J
Colonial bouquets'of carna- .1 bride who waS'given in marriage -" '
I: of the table was an exquisite' to. South Florida, after whfch']
tions' and 'nylon tulle' with arrangement, of .white..stock, To Wed' Mr. TaylorIn by her father. The I they! returned to make their The first meeting of the new I

streamers of satin ribbon snapdragons, carnations, and Early-July I molded bodice, with scalloped I home. -Keystone Heights.The .' Senior Citizens Club was held

matching their dresses. :! gysophele I in a silver bowl. portrait neckline, was studded j i'i bride travelledin a-gfeeii Tuesday-night in the Lions Den,

Luther,.John Powell was,the :|, Two three-branched candel- Mr. and 3Jfs. Merritt Han.: with rhinestones and the long fchantung suit with bone &c-\\with 24'members enrolled. I< '
ring bearer and carried the abra held burning white ta- sleeves terminated in Calla .and the orchid j .--- -
num Williams announce the en- cessories wore Buddy.Elliott. director of the -
ring ,in the heart. of a white |, pers. Swags; of smilax were ,gagement, of her daughter, points over the wrists. The from her 'bridal bouquet. !!Starke Recreation Department,

alla lily. He was attired in draped around the table andcau'ght Frances, .Landrum, to Linton three-tiered skirt of pleated i!I The bride graduated from]I stated that his board is interested THREE DAYS ONLY AT THIS lOW PRICE!
a white linen, suit.. !I at the center with a tulle over net was ballerina
Augustus Taylor, Jr., son of 1 Bradford'County 'High Schoolin in' the organizationand
a ,The bride, given In'marriage I j!i spray of nylon "tulle, satin I Mr. and Mrs. Linton' Augustus length. Lace and rhinestones i' 1959. and attended at.- will work.with the membersin BOYS' III ASH 'M Y EAR
by., her, father. wasbeaut1ulln- ;i ia ribbon.and. loops ,of narrow TaylorSn.of Jacksonville.. formed the tiny headpiece;! Johns :River Junior College buildjng a strong club in
magnificent gown of imported \' ribbon to 'which 'was'attached The which held the fingertip veil *.
bride-elect, graduate irt Pala$: She isx now eraployed -, Bradford County..
-chantilly lace:: in rose: small, white wedding bells. of' 'Bradford High School-is, ,of illusion., ,Her. only, ornament -r'1: ) IrV' the payroll.department There was general discussion '

medallion design.. worn poised I Tropical palms 'were used attending Florida Southern College was a :white 'gold pen ,'p-'C1ay Electric Cooperativey .of activities the member- SPORT SHIRTS

'. over layers of' ,starched net\! throughout :the, 'reception 'in Lakeland as a: Junior "in dant' with cultured pearl nestling : : Keystone Heights :, I ship' would' like to have 'during

and bridal taffeta. Her mould-, rooms. The,punch"table..held the College,of Education. She.is I between leaves sparkling :.- Chesser graduated,from the year,','including shuffleboard
ed Dior bodice was enhanced' a ptmch'bowl surrounded :by ,member. er of Alpha Omicron Pi with two diamond chips. She! Melrose.ft High :School in' 1958..!tournaments, square dancing 1.49 VALUE '

by a scalloped sabrina neck- smilax and centered in front I sorority.Mr. carried a white Bible with a ;: CIa 1 ? card games, birthday parties,
I with' and is" also employed, by 't I IK
line. The long- lace sleeves ; by a spray of white iris and I Taylor, a graduate of white orchid Electric.: "' and' picnic outings. I

tapered to Calla lily points' showers of white satin rib I Robert E. Lee High School, tulle, velvet leaves and Among the sixty qut-oj- I It 'was announced that the
2 over her wrists and were fastened -j bons. At one side was an arrangement -I Jacksonville, and Florida Southern -, frenched carnations attending the 'next meeting will be held in
t I. town guests
V by rows of lace-covered of white sweet : College, with a degree in with !napdragons and plum- wedding was the bride's- aunt: the Lions. Den.on Tuesday, May ,

buttons. Her voluminous peas and Bells of Ireland. I Business Administration, is now, esus fern. The white, Bible I. Miss Floried Killingsworth of &, at 7:30 p. m., and the club U _
Jr skirt was made of cascading' Mrs* George B. Flynn Sr. serving as a 2nd Lieutenant was presented to the bride by 'expected to recruit: at least I

: tiers of scalloped 'lace ruffles( and Mrs. L. G. Powell greeted J i with the U. S. Army. His fraternity the Y.W.A. members at a !I I Birmingham, Ala. I'15'n.members. by that time I

I and was worn floor length.I I guests at the door and !I is Pi Kappa Alpha, of "White Bible": ceremony at: Anyone 50 years of age anc
bouffant veil them to the which he in his the church recently.Mrs. 1 I Two Hostesses I Ii is
She! wore a ofj j presented was president over, who interested in join
,sheerest illusion secured to a\ ing'line composed of receiv-I I senior year. Dennis chose for her !i I II ing, should contact the Recrea: ,

regal crown of seed pearls and ding' party and Mr. and Mrs. I The wedding will be an daughter's wedding a pink ; ComplimentMiss Department or John Simp "

iridescent sequins. She carried W. C. Powell. event of early July. linen lace dress with matching son. /' -' ", '

l a white Bible topped with Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. cut accessories complemented MatthewsMiss v4 .. -' O Sanforized Broadcloth

& white Cattelya orchid, 'with the bride's cake and assisting.. Mrs. Nora Patray with a purple orchid corsage. Brownies Feted ''fS" i' 0 Plaids and Fancy Patterns
'* I Mrs. Chesser the bride- i! Mary Agnes Matthews i iI ,
of white double English -I in serving were Mrs: Clyde ,
sprays I i iI
I .
'I Phillips Peter Wilkinson groom's ,mother was attired i I of June 23, was -S : Stand-up Collar
stock and puffs of nylon I Terwillegar. Mrs., O. J. ,I bride-elect I At Haines Home '
tulle interspersed with 'satin Mrs. Joe 'Andrews Jr., Are Wed SundayMrs in a blue silk organza dress !! honored at a lovely brunch I Ii il /A 0 Permanent Collar Stays

4 and pearl leaves. In her Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. Mrs. with matching accessories anda i i and kitchen-gadget shower on I, -u' Mary.Elizabeth Haines : OSizes6tol6

bridal bouquet she carried a O. L. Beasley Mrs. J: W. Kin- ,, Nora Patray of Stark purple orchid corsage. .;, Saturday morning at 11:30 :l entertained Brownie Girl tl.v '
'handkerchief made by 'her caid Mrs. George Flynn Jr., and Peter Wilkinson of Hill- A reception was held in o'clock, given by Mrs. L. D. i r Scouts at her home on North 'l.a

,great-grandmother almost 100 and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Sr. crest, Fla. and Bo oseen, Vt.': church recreation the building wed- I, Vining and Mrs. T. T. Longat I Myrtle' St. Tuesday afternoon. MANY MORE COMPARABLE VALUES
years ago. It was also car- Mrs. Junius Smith Jr. kept were"united in marriage Sun immediately after the home' of the latter on i Eighteen Brownies were pres-

ried by her grandmother, Mrs. the bride's book. I day afternoon at foiir o'clockat I ding. A green and white color : Washington Street. ent ,to 'enjoy the games anda _

'George Flynn Sr., at her wed- After spending some time the home of Mr. and Mrs. I motif was achieved In the The pastel color motif was weiner roast. Prizes for the ie1T ,.L

ding.Mrs. with their guests the young Don Patray. Judge E. K. arrangements of gladioli and t' expressed in graceful flower t games were won by Robin SPECIALSPECIAL --

Powell chose for her,! couple left on a wedding trip. I Perryman performed the nupr chrysanthemums against a I' arrangements of sweet peas I Warren and Jan Ritch. The --

i daughter's wedding an aqua I The bride chose for traveling tials. background of palms. carnations, and bells of Ire- Brownies welcomed three new Reg. 79c

'chiffon dress with side drape I: a three-piece costume of ,,I Attending the couple were The bride's table was covered cloth- I I land placed at vantage points members' Nancy Dowling, Boys Polo. Shirts Men Crew Socks

effect and lace bodice with French brocade cotton in bone Roland Couter of Massachusetts with a white satin throughout the party rooms. Jackie Gaskins, and Carol Ann Knit Top For
I I edged with lace over a white I For Only | (00 3 115
at home
will be
I scoop neckline. This was ,I color. They \ and Mrs. James Gassettof The five tables in the dining Mckinney. 2 Sizes 10 to 13 '
complemented with a' corsage in Jacksonville after May 2. Louisiana.; satin skirt, centered with 8.1 covered with imported -
room were
I of ''Phaelonopsis ,orchids with Out-of-town guests' included Mrs. Patray chose for her rour-tiered wedding cake em- i cloths and centered Surprise Party I Ladies Seamless Hose Reg. 39c Yd.
nylon tulle and satin leaves. 'I Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. AdkinsJr. bossed with white roses and *
wedding. a medium blue I Ij with old fashioned nosegaysof
after the wed- ., Mrs. Fred' Guy, and Mrs. :I lilies of the valley with tiny I Mrs. BrabhamMrs.
Immediately j afternoon dress omplemented with 'pink carnations, pink illusion 60 Gauge 15 Denier 1st Qual. Piece Goods
leaves and topped
held In Canova'all of Gainesville : green | I
ding! a reception was with pink accessories and a : and lace and satin .
,the Parish House., The receiving 'and Houston McClane I, pink carnation corsage. a miniature bride and ,groom.).streamers., ,tied with lilies, of John R. Brabham was 2 Prs. For JOO 4 Yds. For f 00BEAUTIFUL

I line composed of the I of Wilmington,,Del.l After the wedding a small This was flanked by three- ;the valley. Marking the;seating pleasantly surprised with a"
1 I branch crystal candelabra j. 'party'on her birthday Mon- -igr- -1
reception was held,at the Pa- arrangement of ;the' 21.
decorated with 'white button j jI "
tray home with just the immediate :- guests were place cards. featuring day afternoon given by women :
I with tulle and : '
mums of the 'F 1 r s.t Methodist
families and close double- wedding Brings I
: friends: attending. I tapers. Crystal compotes 'held in'pink DieSde i.r >Se.bt Church. !
; The bride's book was kept holding green and white mints lders. Birthday cake' and Coca- '
of the table. .l1 .. \ "Mr. SNEEKERS"A
either side '
graced --
I Colas were served during theparty 11
I, by Donna Lou Patray. Mrs. I:: Around the edge of the' table !, Following brunch the'..guests hours. :
Ronald Patray of Gainesville *
cut the bride's cake, and Mrs. I I smilax were garlands caught at of each Southern'corn r'I were room where invited the into honoree the open-living ,Among the 35 attending those thiseghtIu1 \: Best-Seller af 2.99
Arthur Patray presided at the of white button i! ed -her gifts. At one end of
R ESTA URA.NT'Sunday : 'punch bowL I with chrysanthemums a spray and show-' the mantel was a pastel colored from out-of-town were Mrs. \
::1t .: Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson left water- Robert Brabham and Miss 1 .
40- I ers of narrow white satin rib- !! green and yellow FOR 3
i Wednesday for Vermont and j spout Shirley Brabham of Gaines-
$1.35 the table' ing pot and from the
Special - bons. Completing:
: Canada and will return to.. was a lovely fan of white' pastel colored satin .streamers ville. F DAYSONL

i Starke in September. fell to the floor and were attached -
Southern Fried" ChickenCalf's tulle and button mums

Liver, Saute Onions f: Beta Phi white satin streamers. |1 i I to the gifts. Aftet ,Prisoners Given V!
:Sigma Matthews opened
i i Miss One Year Extra l'll'
tables -
Fried pet Fish Steak The puncn were overlaid ,. !
t I ': gifts, the ribbons from the 2 PRS. FOR $5
RitualMondayNight with white satin cloflu _
Fried Steak.
Country' For Tries
+ 4 ; spray were ,fashioned into a Escape '
VEGETABLES: CHOCE OF ,TWO ? edged with Southern bride's: bridal arrangement for her to i S Mint green, beige lilac, white or block
the :
The table holding
Whipped Potatoes Garden Peas book was covered with a white carry ,at,her wedding rehearsal. -1 j Six young men prison inmates 't ,i: Sizes 12ft to 3, 4 to 10
: Beta Phi sorority held were sentenced for escape -
Cole Slaw Buttered Cora satin cloth and held a single ;' Cushioned inner, sole, arch and wedgeI
;jits Pledge Ritual at 7 p. mj when they pleaded guilty .
DESSERT: j Monday at the home of Mrs. crystal candle holder decoratedwith ,: The hostesses presented the here in Circuit Court Wednea- '- ) -
Lemon Sauce Jello :; honoree with a lovely white j 'I.e.: ':
Old Fashioned Bread Pudding, W. A. Stern. white mums and lace. day, before Judge George L :
I decoratedfor :! carnation corsage 'and a brass
Whipped CreamBEVERAGE I Preceding the ritual, Mrs.I Mrs. M. F. Hazen Patten.
the and Mrs.J. ,' chafing dish as a memento of 1
: Stern was installed as directorof I reception Five of the men Donny Ra) -

Coffee Or Hot or Cold Tea the sorority, after which the E. Hardy and Mrs. Charles the occasion. I Courtney, Hulan Grant, William : .
% !four pledges were inducted in Hardy had charge of the re- During the party, CoL Long ,, Theodore Lovell, Jack '

i!the traditional candlelight rit, ception.' I 1! took pictures of this delightful i'i Prater and Linton Wilson Crosby :'

,Chef's Special . $1.50 :ual. I Mrs. Junius Smith aunt of I af f ah-. 1 1I all received one year sen ; .

\t I ,Broiled Sirloin Strip Steak A banquet was held later at, the bride greeted guests at Included in the guests were tences. i_' ," ; __

Tqsseatfeen} Salad Bow} 301 Restaurant, where place! the door, and Mrs. Guy Sale :' Mrs. E. Lt Matthews mother : Robert David Roy ,was given ',
| cards .were' used in seating the introduced 'the 'guests to the of the bride-elect. Mrs. W. E.i one year on the escape charge

Hot Rolls & Butter ; 19,members. A long low bowl!, receiving line omposed of Middleton. and Mrs. V. R.I and an additional concurrent 11.lt'P' '))

'of calendulas, banked with,fern Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, :Mr. and Ferguson, mother of the!sentence_of 6 months.to ,3 years ,

: ..Iwas, used on'the banquet table.I Mrs. Chesser, the bride and I,I bridegroom-elect 1 j for auto larceny. I

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,"' !AJ?. I 1 II n :; -r-, I ','.' -'Hit) Newsman Joins Mrs. J. L. Johns and Mrs. starts next Sunday. Home- Thoughtfor the. week:
: : Frouie Moody of New River coming with dinner and sing-1! "When God measures a man,
lu .. .. Farmer'si Diary, Telegraph Staff '
L J ,. attended church services last' ing May 6. Everyone wel-' He puts the 'tape, around* the

S ,'j. Ji 1Z. ,: ';; i if Sunday: and were dinner' come. heart-not the head
Clarence Cronick formerlyof I I guests of the O. E. Crosbys. ;. ,
Ii Faces "The Three"II Sara, McGarvey
Congress Big By ;
: *: Tucson, Ariz. has been I Eugene Jones and his fiancee '!

snake, is:.only] one of the faclors -; added to The Telegraph staff I of Lady Lake attended W'211
With Easter recess over, Congress pects of the trade-tariff bill now int i involved. Important too and will help handle news ;. church seIvices here last Sun- VOTE FORWH1TEHEAD t

will turn its attention to the "big three" its final stage in the House Ways and| ,f is:' the'-person himself; his and. advertising. I i day.Miss A. B. .. : I

on President Kennedy's want list of Means. C )1n )ittee. The President feels ,fI I age.,size, rand vigor the location : Mr. Cronick has over 25 i i Sharon Walker of P" '

legislation. he 'must have greater' bargaining u-I :1'- of:"- the' bite, protective years' experience in the news- Michigan visited Mary Sue

J- f Although Congress has passed only, thority.. to deal with the big Common ., clothing number of bites; .. paper field and published: the Underhill Sunday. :

one of'the 40-odd' major Kennedy legislative Market in 'Europe. Such a bill would; leneto of-"time the snake"held Surburban Mirror .in Tucson Ronnie Crawford is in St. -I.
I: before coming to Florida i' Vincent's Hospital in Jack- F.OR
-iz'the on.' .the drsTP of riserof..the
proposals. so far current mat an historic cJeRartpe in AmericaV a : He also
earlier ths year. was sonville.Mr. '
.I session tm "'Pf Sid ;% reoeTiU'ViEtory i taifpolcy' ift and''would sn"'kecondition o{ the fanes COUNTY It
: : passed. I Every once. in a while the Ranch and Farm editor of and Mrs. Richardson '
.m the' sf l{ i y.i'.8 r ;i1iffi i his1positi make, anyl!sessionot* Congress: sun comes out and shines for i' md: the venom srlands.: and1hpreseie the Tucson Daily Citizen anda and children of Palatka attended CommissionerDIST. _
( :: ". And;'pow.fiF ,of? jersuasi0n; i inbehaliftrf .. .. Q. Health; The. l last of-! .t nQtable.j the farmer and this season itj'! isms in the yn4ke'micro-orean-. mouth. former editor of "The Live church services Sun- | .2\ _

) 0: desureUlegislation.I J if t tee: bill? i is healths i insurance : practically beamed on the !' *, Wire", trade publication of oay and were dinner guestsof _

: .A tKer ractQr that ntigfiti lielptbft social seeurit, ,'.. In. January th? consensus berry growers. For instance, !I I I It is? trPiti1' .mi ia htv drv out the Trico Electric Coopera- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elix- NORTH STARKE\.. k ,., T _
one grower took in more than tive in Arizona. ,
; : PresjdentJJK Cim'grmi. is. th continu-i ; waB
I'. ing wMknes.:4 the Re1uljc\ ri, Oj 1 offerincTthis. me s.dre.. merely as.a gesture' -.. ing and we believe that lots i.I "round" .the varrt' every day to are Mr.residing in Starke in the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor-I BradfordiCounty .. ." ."b' :>_ _

( I ': i in national council TJie..GaR eziaiied '-: Thyips\ Tiaye., changed': ', since that I of others made an even higher k"PD! thtnfs) from. witherinsr. Howard cottage on Nona man, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert '.- '-.. ,. "" ,., _
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;:, : generally on the) ..sidelines-* tpteeI'eI tiraeV Mpit'ImpoHaA;; probably;,is the' dollar leturn'per acre. ( 'Anflrjre'yp: 'pen a lot Street.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1. Norman and family and Mr. ". \et&".". r ,J"-.\. >_. _
and Mrs. Thurman and
Stands for Hones'to
: 04\\1 hut? it fra# ierffjf tc 'saevthattftJsyrtpaHifes ta4} gain i jn Mn,, Kennedy,' p'opularity nf nlaptjriorc'ftrnund' th**: COUn-;; had t : v.f i ..:
family went boating and
: wdr -ml whlf"&ig;' poll'ratings,, and. noss the. dramatic Unofficial reason given for i i fv<" *h'2)Jtvtlt. h' thrawh the ty, Sincerity and ,.fP.-4 : ,'J' _
dinner at Sampson Lake last :
isvh'othirfc 1 ;
I soU >ut 1J" ,
I j busines," as usual! Incidejnts like the events iri the steel' controversy* have.' the high prices for berries ,I' ,' .-'ry sand. '. Sunday.Mr. Economy .'1,... ,.1IfiUW$..

S steel episode mak
r..I- eto1Jf: t ss" of :Anrftan. f lebI :: tfiifct ti,i is'th'et rdac1jOttbe\ ?:ejectrorr ) -,i of the 19,000-acre it ,'i i, rtovin B Hirtv trif k., on the. and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. -
But whatever was 1
': pIt i'! jftst-wh is, hr, there.. pitching-for- and- indications' 'congressional!',. you crop.may be sure that 'come ,i wa : them. *r 1 mail that the health bill has supporters. the fall there lot of i ins!: beer as the hait. and when Mrs. John Mack Kelly of ,' -
are a
: .MAs summa>riz'edby! politioal' l pundit -'The:practical issuein: tie| health'>bin I former berry growers who 1'I the wasn!: : "snoaV..... ,.. }nto r the jar I Gainesville attended church dinner .' .
services and
: 'Richard L. Sironl! 'here? is< the story i is whether it can get a majority voteMn{ "will get the fever." to BPt a: drink thev find thev f Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers were --' .' '
of the M. L. Conners
t guests
: on: the thre4top..KennedY, 'bills; the House Ways 'and_ < Cleans Committeeto rannot ept-. ,. t'ud: thpy cannot -: of Jacksonville were weekend 1 last Sunday. .

"''1. Tax. The' steel l crisis' dramatiz- 'get ,to the House floor. Once on: the Alice has been sick and eet thA beer, and they ; guests of the T. N. Norman ., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jack- .'_ :

I 1., : ed-.for-the .nation' the. need: of'business floor, the administration believes it hasbeen, forced,, at least temporarily ,- Thfn.,arp in they a dreadful. fix indeed. family. son of Jacksonville visited the i"
} are 'Jompd with i
: to'have some. kind-' r" tax abatement would, pass-!-andi also. pass the Senate.. ; to give up her little I n')in r.ticide'Ind. killed and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp Raymond Crosbys Sunday. :

to' .stimulate/plant "modernization. The, Prospects in committee, accordingto 'plant enough nursery.)but the That'night'was before bad it:all poes to.shoje that if :von i 1: of' Albany, Ga., where he is The Easter egg hunt at the OFEMBARRASSING'HOUSEHOLJ1
stationed in the service, visited -
: church afternoon:
Sunday. was
administration strongly shared the administration leaders, 'are better arft-a wnsn Australia you'd
: Easter some sorry thief stole I the Eldon
his ,
family .
.f f view that business should have suchbenefits now. than earlier in the session. Repub- the remaining plants shehad better. skip the beer. .>i enjoyed' by about children.
the ,
Sapps: and her family = evfvalLeo
I j i$ and. points out that they are lican opposition is showing signs of for'sales Included in the loot j j!I!i Lloyd Padgetts recently. Remember-- J !

granted f relgncountrl The House strain and is proposing an alternative I! batch of Comanche jI I
s. was a. petunias -1(m rorvTT .TT'fl'* forTiT.i j. We are very sorry that Lester ." :
4 i Jiaa passed aversion] of the tax bill health program, not under social security. -: red[ and 'a fIat TV' . ,
{ which has, now. gone to the Senate Fi- j dwarf Sweet William. The' fn"OVNTV r' ERtatA FTOP1D\of '. :I i I Mr. and :Mrs. C. M. Fred- ,

}I iiance.Committee. There are many controversial If the administration can enact all thief no doubt took them for I OL4 MNOTICP PP'P'TIV (11'1' I| eriek and Mrs. O. E. Crosby

f; .features, but some measures. of the "big three" measures it will feel I I'an Easter present for his. All Tfj'itor TO.of(rnp.niTon the e!'tate of ',. enjoyed a fishing trip to Okla- .
I mother or to decorate a grave.j Ol. M.' Prrldn deceased. are i ihp'rebv River last Friday.
: vaba .
.will .ultimately' be 'passed. that it has done well, and the Presi- I notified and required to' ,. '.
7 .2. Trade. The administration is dent's victory in the steel crisis has II I fil.. any claims or demand"! Gerald'Norman left for military ,
week of the
II' This is the ] whieh they may have against service on April 30.
: Increasingly encouraged about the pros- considerably brightened his chances. annual Flower Show out at, !'si id estae in the office of the -
I countv 1ti.ee, of Bradford Toun- 1_ ::4 : }
the Prison Farm and everyone] .
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tv. Florida in the courthouse -
II who can should get out there I't S"trk. Florida: within six I r 4. TICKS
I ,Looking Gilt Horse calendar month from the date ROACHES CLOTHESJ"OTHI
and see the wonderful work'being of the first publication of this:1ISURPRISE 1. 5.
done under the direc- notice TCich claim or demand : SPIDERS
I Haveyou ever been offered" a ,"free" an agreement deposit. / tion of vo-ag teacher M. B.j state must l hI'the in nlace writing or and residence must i 2. FLEAS 6.;: ANTS ---

set of enclycopedias if you would pay "They- told' us to go into the home Jordan. Thursday, noon toj and post office address of the :f 3. US-- .
'for keeping the books :"up to 'date"' in and get any amount of money we could, I 9 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. to 9 pjn. i hv Claimant the claimant And must his he agent sworn or to ]. New ___- --. ----- OR'LET FOR YOU!I ICHECK'T

the future?' If so, 'you should' be interested any way we; could-a post-dated checkor and Saturday from 9 am. to ] hi! attornev or it will become : 3: '

i'in ra,news.varticle: appearing recently anything they would give us that I noon. This is an inspirational' void April pccordife'17 10R! ?to. law. : Gift Shop ,

in.:a 'Jack qnville;newspaper, exposing would getr them on the hook," the work of rehabilitation and you J 'p. L. McDonald.of the Testate of.i iKxecjitor : .- PAY
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'be another said. ; can show your appreciation by Ola M Perkins deceased '! BY THEMONTH
what app rs'to rackitfthat'is spokesman i Unusual Imports. .
it. on April) 19 .. i
: attending First. pyblioation '
4 : : worked'to the'detriment-" of "We didn't have a salesman's Ii..1; II iftfi2 1; i, LeBlanc

an unsuspectingpublic.AceorUmg :: .. cense. We were supposed tto. be, giving, As you know, many of the Thomas & At PierceAttornevs Law. i ,UjiiqueI31u.c'1(1S} Keystone
: \.to%tha.| account,. two ex-- these., books 1 away," it was ,said But .great discoveries have been "03-205:\ North Temple Ave I|. '
I Starke, Florida Sales RepresentativeNew
: book: salesman.. .told.. .. the!newspaper' thatsomeldoorto the- contract the customer signed read made by tireless research. 4-19. 4t 5-10 - -- -
and Used
I .dMr sales..outfits notonly; ,follows" ; Three Wisconsin doctors recently Cars

I fleece' their1 customers -they" e\'en. gyp "I agree to pay 369.50 plus $11'.40 found that vinegar flies i UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET DIAL AND -

their i ;,own. Dalesmen 1 ;\ !1. ." sal stax where required: ; total $389.90; put in a jar containing mashed ,'! ca

I *' \h ede-apokesmeniaaid; : the company: ., $21t4Q Js, ,payable with' this order and raw turnips died suddenly. j cHMiCL
? The result-a insecticide | 9643965 ,
q thy worRed.for. maintained, ; -"constantly II agree to pay the' balance the rate made from new turnips which | Gainesville, Fla. ;
', \ free: : htbor'force by hiring'new of $10'( *regularly each month until the ,
kills a lot .different insects iI j Telephone K H 2572
r; s.ale9men;;':'evety.: day to. replace those full,amount is paid. I also 'agree to pay and is harmless to.man. .u .
41 who tired: of. ,waiting-' vain 'for their budget charge .of: oiily/50 cents'month a ,I .' ,'

( pay :ichecks; until my account- has been paidin Was given a copy of the GROCERY and MARKET
They 'were' promised salaries of*$85 full. All payments are. to be made Florida Medical Assn. Journalby ;

af week '::tor th6. first: .two weeks, with: by,mail. It is further, understood that Dr. Pete Felos which contains i ; Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 izeYoutHoeWTh7jFinest

Takes :to J$125.on. the third 'week. Their upon' acceptance this contract* is not a very interesting article. 7AM.11 P.M.

'fob. ',wa ..;'|iot:.called ""selling"l but: wa- subject to alteration or. cancellation, on snake'bite first aid.." The I OPEN7DAYS :.-
to nor i is.affected by agreement not suggestions are: 11] Do not : Quality .
:cscrila'? ( as .an .ffort'toget: people any. ., panic as only three per cent I '
l letters in return for: stated' herein."
write testimonial : of poisonous snake bits are !
.1 ; ree'.ieference"library. set. They were The ex-salesmen said, they worked fatal; 2] Identify the snake I Ii .

.ghen a 'speech' to. memorize in whichhey fOr"'about a week, from '9 a. m. until i so the proper antivenom can ; Slade Gas ,. '-\ ..' ,. .. .,
began by telling the custometi the) around: midnight each day; but were always be administered; do not move : ,. 'i> OJ. ...: ;.;.dbJ; :''? t.* :."

I .were taking- an' opinion. survey. Then told .they would "have; to learn the limb affected any more OF STARKE .-; c'i 1.j .tt $,..:i r,

t they ,switched to a line in' which the this and that" before they,; were eligi-I than necessary; tie a tourni- ,. Offers IS.' 7' ., .. i t\-; (J!

,customer was told he would be given a ble for.tha payroll. In talking'with oth-. quet above the bite and:. : i.. li' .# :.;',

'free set of books "with the price mark- er salesmen they found that:some had loosen it every 30 minutes for!
: 30 seconds make shallow cuts: _
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ed'paid' l\f d.charged off to advertising been working' for' more than a month I. on the wounds about one-half : PORK CHOPSCHQC_ Fantastic

in, return for, a testimonial letter. Each without 'pay-, having been told, they, inch long [not deeper than I .

customer was ,made to believe' was would have to wait until they' were I one-eighth inch, and draw;

the only one singled out for the enticing "established." Most' of' the salesmen out the poison. either with a' "LB. 59ctGRADE LB.

i ... offer., finally gave up and. looked for another;I suction cup or by"sucking; do 49c
The customer's only other obligation job. i; not give alcohol coffee. may i ii '

-- was to keep the set up to date byr From this description of their method -i 1 be, used]: .ice 'bags. may be ,, ,A"FRYERS SUNNYLAND S : ,
to reduce pain but eeai
--paying ten-cents,a day for ten years or it is believed that this same comp-; do applied not immerse the limb in ,

''t ""35 cents 'a-: day for three and a, half'' any, or one with a similar scheme of ice; get the victim to a doctor PICNICS

-years for a current ,events yearbook to giving "free" books to "selected" :cus-i!1 I or hospital rapidly but LB. '

keep,;his setupto'date. tomers in exchange, for a, testimonial orderly. .29c LB. 29.c '

"But they' fold us just to forget it and a contract for keeping them' up to i i ; H

jf the, people wanted, the dimeadayplan date, has operated in Starke and vicini-1! We have listed these instructions ; GOOD ALL iMEAT : ,

," one of the ex-salesmen said. "We ty. Just another: reason for not dealing I in the hope that in o STEW'BEEF LIVER

'.were supposed to tell them we' didn't with persons who knock on your front an emergency they will be :

-;IJliave: the proper forms with. us thenahd door unless you know them, or have .helpful. We have often heard :

--' tMe field :manager would call on checked, out their stories through the folks here say that if you are : : LB. S9c 3' LBS. $1 00

"'lh: m..lateJ:'.'' If he agreed to the plan. Chamber of Commerce or City Hall;. nothing bitten by can a be big done rattler and that that:. ., '. '- BUILT-IH MATCHED KITCHEN INCLUDED

asked to where they should have obtained ) .
customer'.was sign anDowner's a per.!f
I th: .: not true. .
:? registration card" and to make mit if they 'are legitimate salesmen. ; is '. ,: cORNED BEEF ... can . 39c. I. '
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ww-, ,I. oOVEN. .. .
,t Decent Births, I John RasmussenDies Actually, the size of the EATWELL ..TuNA'can 19c ,

I Mr, and :Mrs. ,Ralph Barley, Automatic Timer, Oven Window: .' ..1 w1' "
In New
1Jrv fl&fr!.; M&ShOn: Ritch.daughter Starke, a. daughter. Sandra Jersey ''GA. RED "The Most. Even Cooking Oven In. The'.\V. ild'i."! Jl'. ,

1Jicka DTil at ; ,SU- Gall, Apr." ,'21. John Rasmussen 75, a : TOMATOES .. 8 cans $1.00 'i't:""

-'s an' Gail,. bor .Apt:..'22. Qrsitftre : .Mrt .and 1t{'s. Jimmy Gayle i former resident of Starke, No. Can .ct TOP BURNER UNIT ;s.jfcj:: {i ''
I -g raidrents Xlr. and Mrs. Rose, :Starke a son, Christopher died recently at his! home IIi VAN CAMP- 2'/i : ; ..J>

f W. P. Heton.! .. !;tarke.' Henry, Apr 21. : Avenel, N: J. He was a retired PORK., & BEANS 4 for . 99c.' : With The Exclusive Cent. r.SiDll 1er. Burners. -:* '"
: l Mr. aftl:'Mrs. Bernard Cam' employe of the Security Keeps Your Food Hot Without Cooking!.. '. .
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$ itr.. and.J-its.: Herbert Anderson -Keystone Heights, 'a son, Frederick 'I Steel Corp. of Avenel, and was PET With $5.00 Food Order Only .

Ralford,. a,daughter, .'Cynthia. Ajjr, 21.MrUd'YIS.. a native of Sweden. He formerly :IM I L K-8cans.---' $1.00 : :, 40 :"j : f
j p Rose, bom Apt. 23, at : : Robert E. Jones: owned property in Starke 0 HOOD : .

Doctor's ..Hospital.fcBijadfordCe ; Jr.. Starke,. a son Robert Eliijah ,and lived here for several! Charley r ic".
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: Jones III, Apr. 22. 1' This Hood GivesYou.BuiltIn. Lighting'nd: ,
years until ill health forced i
u hty,Hospital an- .Mr:, .and Mrs. George. C. him to return north. 'where E. COFFEE 1 lb. tin.: .: . 69c. A Blow Which Removes. All!..Kit, 'hen Odors. .. -

.kiXcE3 ''fte* following' births: Payne-Sr., Lake Geneva. son his family still resided. t Johnsabout !T ; t... I .. '- :,'
MILK'. i. 53c 1': ,
-}ff. and'Mri... ,- Jiminyjee.Wfl.soi'Stari .. George' *,Claude Payne Jr., Apr.. I Funeral services were held j YZ1t DOUBLE- -BOWL SINK. .
) .' John Alan, :
,' BOI;, ,22. in AveneL
this question:' .. The Mpst J In Kitchen,' Efficiency!
ICE MILK V2gaL 59c .r- .
':THE BRADFORD, COUNTY TELEGRAPH 'The time'to plan trop-6aiJi; '

ESTABLISHED .1870 insurance is ,here. I need "a1 DIXIE LILY : ; :: .. ,; .. ,. See This: ; Mone ay'1j9; QUerS :flft;95
: : '\1" review of my fire and windi 1 Cane 49c '
PureSugar Syrup .
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I Florida's oWtt weekly t, farm liability'
...; ,.; Newspaper. Published Continuously 1 livestock coverage -and machinery : .In A 'ceofS $ Colors if. ,
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t. HERSEYS, 54c ,
Under The, SCUM .
Mal : 5S .. floater and workman'scompensation. -
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: ; >; .'_.AS S'1 ON.. E. L. MATTHEWS l survey Charley farm E. Johns insurance Agency to' 'GMTS.MEAL ..,-,5 Jbs.. ,. .. 29c i : ,

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j ;:. :) / jltJBS mPnON jRATES-: ,PORlC &.BEANS cans lOc Slade Gas
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BliS 'Nine 'Goes i BHS TrackmenBradford "'4" <,... .. :.".,>.w".1<"/ ': .._. "' '.-4 -. '' '. ..' ."t- :to :-. .' -" --.- .1' . .-. -- -- .

.. 'l.'" ,,, .. ,\ u'i1: 'l-{ < fl'1." "" .M :{ .- I BJfldfl55: I ..'REVIVAL ER1ESAT By George H. PierceAttorneys 'I: :.\enc in CRt T.\L LAKE I rItE lien: of a certain mil:'fge
""f ". ,. ; .'...J :>" J"s. 'ih: $1 $Ei1.. 'COLNGRLXIATIONAL, for.. Plaintiff.. ; -Jo3. : lTESassordinr to ytouted by thf Defendant JttJ--
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t' ..'.. ..., ..,. .. .S.'. r 'n" ,>";'.}...; '"": ".'.v..'i_V k. ,'_ R n jp\1 blhr .: .... ... C t 5'iF plat thereof( : recorded ia ian A. Co rsvn-and lf* *4 n'II-
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tournamentHigh's a'i ", t 1 '+ "" \ :.: ; .. Hat Cook 3, 'j
,. <", :4.' t lr 1 % } .t" < ;" ; page 6. of thfH son, his vife. onr' August
; :; i ..:, :5'tw ill 'Wln'J.J IH the : rid ford'County ruticrt
: iJ.:" :t-.-$ J ,'j "" .t : '-1' trd.Ritr1tt : Clrrnit CoartV of Jtfcr : ('- 1961 and.rcMWdfd in lll pillar
I -' : i., ',. .: .' Take N.. {') ..i'I 'K :t'M;: 'i:. .'' .i..f..e..i' diiVat: the- New. C j Eighth JadteUI .(IrevitIlorda t'. ; OI"ds.YOc"H& records of Uridfprd.iJouuts..
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F'.v": ,; ,,v'} .'iN".I.,. f :, Eke: Title : Ia .\rnrf Fo!' Urait.id.Ceunty.t HER DY NOTIFIED Florida.: (in Sepkfmber 12. mi
: Mext'\1 el k1V :'S"s .'" ", '.,.',' X".t..v,, 4,4 ; V ., t thar-a ftiit has )bten filed -
r'. __ __ -" ; -f>: The Blunder Busters did Methodist! Chajch on > t.." .V : against in Official Kecurds P-cii *2. a'
J.;;; y ; .PNdiZci1e :,, : ''I : IB'(';R"'", S. .we. yoa '& the above entitled cause page Iii et set|. en\h.1ug
MPa4crd t1. c\ ...":.. .4.. ." .: tli almost-- ether 'impossible last U;Si-301: {N rth-1 during the : ,)OHD. 'TATTEKSOX-and andy u' are hereby required to I,i the above des'-ribfd propi ;ly
""" "'. .' i.. .V'. }'d tiy> t ".' .'o _x,. l FrIday night! : Ui jbe Btarke --ek V .JIARlfc r.HTTERSON.. .. V :, ferve upon Plaintiffs' attorney i i inhose i Witness my hal itad 3Ke J eaI
'ith" ;( My 6-13 w1th : ,
; baseball "", ,. I y 'j't'if'' .v' 1f.,. "iiftv' ."V ft 'jl.J/fJ: Bowlines ; services. Plaintiffs name and address appear rt said Court at Starke. Flprid.i:: ; ,
Mixed. leaiue.tOwln '
leamr.\tlU!play two next r 'f -,;," '1 .J< .' .'z.;' .fii". : eacjb.night at 7:0, :cloek.Rev. .. >cs: V i herfeoo. your wriuca defeust-s V this !I day of \|.H1. A.D. t 1952.c11.41U.ES .
games Ji.z ; :
; y ?"x JtLIA.A if t.i the Complaint '
wet before. entering the Conference i), .', ;, __ 4i t','.*'. t".1. ;1{.F.Mt., .Nf". ..'''I".riiJ 1:...:&. 4 '::; B the-;ustlirs- league,.. needingat-.least ehamiilonshin: ,. The !::i A.' Homer. Salter, of ]: UZKL COURSOX COl.'KSOX. and !! rait any, 'copy of which delivered aid Circuit A. t'tlmrClerk. Court. .
.W" ::t "> ; > hervwkl before'Ibe.
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o JacksorrFiUe 1)eferdant&UflCEOF.SEtT you on. or
'' wil be i .
Tournament !
: Crosby.I
at Green :1 -t : "" .. Hy: Marian t
,t 1o c1; point u, lost their first, gaimVto > 4th day of June AD. l>tf
Cpje-Springs on May 5: i ;.-' L .se.rA ../.. 1'_. ", Kt.. <.:. ". ),j! gelist,,. nd.' the public1s. Invited -I f I THE'STATE-.OF FLORIDA. Tot,I Itertio fall not or a decree proc >epiity Clerk..
l C. Prevail.P.
the J \1) ron
: The' Tornadoes Title :.ftt -.V: ''' .i'i" $ +"tjs'_ '' N '"J Alley Cats by"< 4 : pins t'V. :. > V- .JulL11."\\\.i.Co\rs. JIaz.eours4Jn i>frsso- will be entered against IK"5h <
; play Lake I f. ". I U"i1n Box 37. KeVsiNie
; ? ./4. ,.. 1h .. 4fWl, '4\-') J"' V retirf in the"Complaint. O N
I ., 1. 1" :r" : ., .. i: and. then' .c ..-backs strong< .j V V :>ou for the prayed FloridnAttorney
City,. here at1. < & < .
L 4 "P.m Friday,j : : rl-f. .t l' "ii'it ,it..f. Address' unkrtowir V-
::"_' fp < : to take three point .in the for 1'lalntiffs.
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r and h .1 .r ". Mwg ; .\'. I und tu all THE XATUUE OF SAID SIMTfur
wilL parties claiming
meet ; any
J at*.730" Tuesday.Palatka.. tHere. High's crack cin- .. ,_...t :it.. 'A' ,'. k,.'J.""<'-Il_*;"'.' y... . p.m. In the : OF
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the local I cer team under Coach Dave /.1'. ,:.''' ('..'. '.;. :;.. ..k4tr..t' if.t ". Cat4>ho l led the/league-every i 1 FLOKIDA: EIGHTH JUDICIAL I IUnli itgainst'tod 'Ilatel said Opursoiv Julian A.and Coutson all I

t tournament, nine I Hurse easily -fJ. :.t" .r 1J} t r.t .t.&.a.< \d'f 2:I weel.except.,. one' during the ; r" IN AXD..FOK tilUD- 'I'! Dersonshavlne or rlaiminir trt ,!I
plays] P. K. Yonge at. 1 pan.Sa'turday copped fifth 'i' .- : .t M"M' : ;: i.' FORD CoUNTy.;, LOIUDA.. ._.. IX anr-risbt: iitlfr ;i.int.Jrt'st i V
"s 't t1 t j..Jt regular..season. u m I jiave ; : ( .. Radio Television;
May 5. straight' Keystone Conference kt .0')0' ;:'"',- :: j, rWAXCERV.V : : I in the fol1owng.dscribet1 prop I Appliance -- .
A. #} 'A' A'o.
; : : : The Blunder, Bustersknock- ; 'ftf
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Championship Saturday on V ;, : 'V
Final of }
t game the FOMECLOStRE ;
season "j' y v ; :i<.f l; ed down .1,510-pins: : Lot Sixty-four (64) on OakCLOSE i iI
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I the University ofFlorida, track ;. -fv : "'Q:9t!.: 'tl had FEDERAL .VATIO.VAL ilOh'ff .:
witt be played! with Santa trtH ; : -
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f. f"'M'. N"' .' Handicap 722" ( AUB ASSOVIAT1U.N' .A' I.
i in .? "'''', a pf tofinish1 :
Gainesville. : < : "i"" SERVICE
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4 after' the tournament. ____ J.II"
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The Tornadoes dropped, two'1 Starke- scored 108, points -ir"..,, s ... >" .} '.'W ; ,' ij"e..l.if;: atmh-,232.' I1 U-T1sf. U\l'nf'ST.\.TE. 01-- ,
o -1 i 1 lejf l.Sl9wiLii A5LERICAV; '
while t Ca4-sred ,.'
; taking nine first'places fW :- 'f.ffl .
game during the past week ._:. "'-0' 'd,. :: .. i-.4r ., fi't .". .t '1..fJ.''fft. a handicap { /Plaintiff, OU.Y- .
.. ... .._ .f" 653to give theinaJotai'.oI
I and host of x "C1 ,
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the--first'.to St. Augustine last seconds. "'w-..' ,>. <" : ,. ; .ht'v .
( 'f'i s< v' .* .tutUr'M. R -
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thirds. P. K A" 7.1'" 1 __ ,..1,,, f', "'.< ,< ,. *. ') .2Jtl.6r. .night.. and'CAiiKH! ,
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Thursday by a score of 5-3., Yonge was second .;k.... ..rJt.j'J1.. ...,. : ,. : .: ,';" ,, ; '. ..;-' RIT"H. his MJte, aud V :
Terrell pitched ; with 'y\\z\ points; followed .' ..B.- _..""T -T... oJ'f ;. r. ., :'t. _; .., Carl Lamar Jo nsrwas the 1AbFO1W I EX l-it:1,1m.u ON ALL V
Kenny "N' I
''V the. entire 4'. .! '. :/',.tA.., ;. 'f .'.< -vA TilO t'': le&Her 'for .thfe flusters, .(nut .'incolPUrakd>. '
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Fernandina .. $ -
by 36 11 .KN.f".t withI '
with. "
game for BHS. giving up V" -t 'Y' .1. : ; :: ,, : Gay's
\ ilteandl83 1 ; Defendants.
; 1 :1 : it : ga'fees.of: .for an1
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Macclenny, 26.% Green Cove AOTUB -
4s hits; striking out9; ,and i ..,. 1..j..tiIJ'. 'e-J' .1t, ,, ., .tf.. "Its.,,. : r"i $..f,. 'i fc ., V. OF .S.tLI'Xotice H HARRISV i DEPENDABLESERVICE *
Sprjngs Fe .2' '' t. ; ; ..t't ayefas"e.bf\i5< Harold, iDathAIIe3rCats -i is jieveby 'giveii that V
19- Santa with '
Balking 4. The Tornadoes I ; t r.li.. ," .... .' A. -., ''' V *" ,.
t.Y''t:1' it r. '
'Sf. "" .i. l 4'\ f c.anf.tu Final Vtct.ee. ,
.. viivled or
1,7;, a dUve: Oak", 5.j ,< i... -r.. ; 1 .\ with torwlostrre.. ; I
bacU only 5 hits with Terrell -z ,f .f..7 : l f ; 1 ifl ii; in cause I
Coach fi lt-lflJfi .t2 :rf.4 J..il. gai&gof I ii4iahd187:for' numbered, 13Oi In the Circuit : Home
t! accounting for. two of :thee: I j I Hurse singled, out tP'fI" : "''.::,'y' '' "'j'." .1'ii Ik'a'.tJf' W _?f,
t One of, Terrell's' was. a 'homerun : Hallie Seymour, Irwin Mar- JnW'V: : f j 'Jv :. '1t % < i fd !/ average" < Wflj, r ',\t{l11 .sell the property sitnfitf PAINTSS _

t in the. sixth ,inning. .1 1 I-tin.and Mike'Darby: for turnfing m o/t',/,>+.4!t.:'N.f.-i.''A.i--#.._lw P'hj..A.' i.>;4'k.,VA<.,. :r":,,. ;1t;,";!if: ,." 1'{'W.: ,5r.a.' WIJf:: i.){,! siasonwltli' tie, Bilstefs. ;: finished; _:the :' '<< d ;iia sortued; .". -\, 206-J5.5; -
I .in, outstanding.perform-, J ': 'qJX. .: f. 'tfc y"- 'iJ.fXr : record. ",tArt'iftfPH 15' Appliances i
I Tuesday's game with Fer- I ; ) : :"f.J ,: ',.it ,, ) : ( ) 'in'vBiockFifteen
; 11-1 loss for i! ance$.", i d, f. ''. x4. +rn.r.i.it ) < ..v.'N; t ,,> h .. ii I whHfJ'htheAli: r/cati had. Hf KEYSTONE
was an
jiendina V 'r f "! "A' y. .y ., .f.i s4 )CLVII $T,TE. UKIT-XO:
rd..Th1Jntouch. i
a2O-1rr ,
'I! Seymour. '.won. first place inthe h.q.M .rq ..7.* .?lF4N1r: t.i (!. t.t \. tl. Vf : : 'ac' rdiiig- to LW"4joFF
the Tornadoes flat '
who played ff 6r4ed In I
a : "i.d""PO..,' ', ,_.; v'",.V"-"1 .N .ii' II bles fUfilSJand: .theBotl! I AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
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S highjump, at..6: \t and V '* '.-+} '!' "PJa.r'DoukJ'.igPS ?, and' '-10 I
good game for. .five, Innings,:. if.'m' ;;. h trY.-"t.t: " until Femandina scored six. t a.; new-.record 20.9, in '< .M"'l1. 1f" h. .f.Kft. %i'f :, $? .of B1ii4id tCOunh ''t'Jorjd 0 Maytag Frigidaire Zenith 1
V i'X"m" Y M'U. JJ bxiwi} ttiejr'.fjnal' ameiil -
I the 180-yard- jo'w, hurdles. >1' r' : t. w.' ( :: 4ijnda'Y'' aft pIJ.i"\r, 8att** tJi'tj.h4heJt-anrJ. ,
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funs':.hV the sixth. '? : ffl 1' :i E : if 'fiie. ;:brt Wdthrs. / r"eylir.at .,
} liishtl. 'iI ;
$ : Untouchables th
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Martin set meet record of ; .
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; a : 'front,,
Jackson q *
.Bill pitched the en- /t 1 f.' .drfor :ofudt'ur1flJous-the Bradford 'GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND EI
.(%" "I" A'iJt.. .' i.f r I cal; take;Joij -points,the ;will V I .
!fl2 .feet.9't' inches in the1pole -_" : i.tt 'Sr rke.I
lire game. for BHS..' :Once I vault yhi1. ,Darby, was !I:,.'t-1'.,lL,Jot..""' <:.'...,. .''1.._...'._..;';,..,' .err. _;!.; :.d."c v ..;,,1..v.'.'w.:_"''"'H.",..'.7." .). "'l : '.tie,the.:;:.Alley:'Cats*. for! 'second, Ftorid ..tJtH\eiii' ll:0ft[ ,A.ll.yaud Were Out AU p'f
again the Tornadoes had: only ti1i.: V 5 hlt8. one each for Jackson: Clocked I the".record time ,of i Vt! i V oi'ra.dfOnl'8 : l Iii. .. : -r _, I -
2:02.4 in the, 1 mile nin.fprj, Ih\la, Martin soars: .skj, ,urd, o';set, new.-polo. ; ..k iib rs-.-pfT,the*Champion i 'iS, ."' ..: .rf4w'D4t: -. I t HARRIS, PAINTS" To I -
Terrell. Marshal Starling,, .5'-tZ1tk ELECT
-ault m.-ord>at' VF meet. Photo I ; B1in4er.Btsers .are.-v-. JJmr f ; ):.S'-: '. ., :, MakeR For A I VV
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Mike Frick, and Mark' Ham' the1' fastest Class A time hi ; ( courtesyGainesville : : ':: :U): ,1f rJ.afj5bY. 1ULLV '
j tJu $ te.: Sun). VV.. V. i' and! JoauRaw \Carl .- .h; .' m"P\ity Cltf .. LINE I
ilton. ; V I 'Carey"ScMjdanj" "C"V'" : v' NEW Of-Interior'-' ; ;LA."RG.:
I mar and ,,6hirley'.vlohnsf l and *
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Starke'i workhorse. sophomore I. ', r { jand' j A1toreaI.aw.:! ;)X'; -t. .II ;
Summaries for Starke thew jyj. : tel1' l'Jackie Wii1i Jm. li-?<;,'W.'l sP-i tr et' .' I and Exterior Paints and
I I Tom Gardner.. was atnuitfple'cyfe'nt only; I m. ,t. ..:1>; I < '>- ; I '
Women Golfers. i $fiit li ; ; ;; tJain. JH. UJ ;'l' ti ',,::' .V3 ; _
; winneflh mak- Shot put-I. Gardner; 2. t 100-:ard ('daih-f2J'' r'. "man;, d.-: t W.L ;GBhlir i, : .v,.. 5? It' Stains. GRIFFIS
1 SijsterS : ,
ihg Hurs6's praise of him.last Bill Phillips. t I I : :2a.f15:5 (, .> .-' V ".., v V
'Set ForTJiursday I" Register;, (3'GarUnefc; ; ; .
Meeting fo'18 ,
Hurdles 2if f 4i1e.ca : 1 .
"week, come, ; true,. Gardner 120-yard high a .
t f 1' Mi1ere1a-I.. .., Stark .(.Hri!i I Untouchables" 1&-: 16. 2 I V.'r: :. .'.: ', -
capturedthe.. shot put with ; Seymour, 15.2. "I. : ; ImTlitiC/ir&iU/ n1ttof" .'1ortd9 YOUR :
NigHt a heave of 47 feet. 9 .inches Mile run-I. Hal Lawson, i ell, Koegel,''.Crawfprdi'; 'Dowlj I j! Bottom t9&oUra t > ir '20.5 61/s I PSghEkAn4ir4! Or,;nUstn''*ud PIUS V- I

A meeting of the Starke' and. 'sailed the 'discuss 123& I 4:54.2: ; 2. Steve. Edwards. ingj 3:452V: : ". -.r': -:V'i!'i i 1 P. t. .Aveges t 'i.'Char-fvt BradfordCoun4.. :t .VV- .-.,,. '.IB- *." COUNTY'Commissioner

/, Ladles Golf Association, willl!|[i feet for" 'Vet another; first 440-yard dash 4.' Larry 'I'220-yard dash2..' 'eeZl1all !i iRegister i,f lUqlc1. ,D.. \1Sj {Alley. -; rCats, I!! l.Y: "Ii V:,.''. ', '" '.' I A
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place. He also finished third t ? 3. 'Gartmer, I{f \: 'vs. ; : .' ,
'be held in. the pro shop at U el Crawford. .' I: 4Bill: fti.OIt ; r. V V
: in;the. 10ft and 220 yard'dashes : Sprinfc' medlr: relay: 4)) ,; Bottom Scootejfs B YOAR:7' BARGAINTABLE .. .-
Starke Golf and Country ClubI I 880-yard relay-I. Starke, .. .. 6l ''-- flofeii.lanh t" : ,. ,! "
Thursday. night. April 26, at and. ran a .leg on Brad I 1:35.7: [Gardner, Dowling, Starke.f.. -. V j I., Leonar"a, | *: .%Noe'gel-t '- f ."*- Si Ttf.:" .. ?;:\ V. : V DIST. 4 _
ford's first. place half, mile i Register]. :.Broail" jumph-j.! SthiirD1scis :, I j ; -Alley Cats, XPVHdr. v..n.f'ViiaJ wal'pofralajQl resLdece V
1:30. Dugger, ; 1i5 I : I -kron.i'ci1o1, V ', (Hampton; Graham, V : -
1 All women who'are social or relay team: 180-yard low hurdles 1.. 1.; Gardner r, 123" uddy t To'U'; l'tl'11t'febY n i t1;d'; that.: Of Odds and Ends : V"

I golf: members and all wives The Tornad charging Seymour, '20.9 [hew meet. rec- feet, 6 inches.: ,. I IV | t HJiqtt, tjntduch'aFourLadies -: been: fen- M>'ivi>We'"ha* . Theressa) V
I ;es5 fjied'against; add ;
y off
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I and dependants of social ..or toward' another: state Class A ord]; 3. Martin. Pole vaultlM I : : Averages I are;"r.qfilredtor"!t'rv.e7a; fcopy; of County at Larg '

golf members, of the, Starke crown, won :two of the three 880-yard run 1. Darby, et. '9'in heS:2'; ;: ItlU''L1n..1w t: your 'An wE-r ot"-'PlpadiPlJlf1 to i -
June the RidiculousPRICES
: Nortoan .Complaint o !:;Uie -ptalntl'tl's
1 Golf and: Country Club are relays with Fernandina Beach 2:02.4:: ; 2. Larry Noegel. od Walters d William"Sil"" .1 We,443" *,Unpuchav |. |IlItUr' .%;'THmJAt\-.&! PLERCE !' I am a native of Bradford County and live at 'Jrahlm.,

I 'urged; to attend this meeting. taking the. sprint medley. High Jump-1-Seymour. 6-1 cox. : .: : ; ; II ?n-2 >5 XqrJhT Te'nipd* Avenue, .' I api married the father of three song and a veterarf offoreign
.V V i*'ep m ai*,.Nelsph, 'Bottom |.StarKl\\FIorii5nJLny.: .;file'- -ihe : .
ii ___ I Scooters, lfj \ .frifthfal/Answ "- '.Pr adlngs' In senk-e. J: am weking the post of County Conuniftrsibfvei4
l. 6 Armament': Leads '
Drag Races May effie: ; of' tt'Clek1 )rftbe.t1i4uft .
1 : .. Maryj-Jarvis: ,., Bottom, Scoot- Court ;lori :'irHvWfot: the-: I \ In..,. order to serve. t people, help our ,Count-** financial

Vote For And SupportOT11A ', Will Benefit CFMC League erg.:128.-; V .: I 2J,t" daytvf; ; ,May'. ,. .11',2' --If 'yoitj situation and continue keep Bradford Countya
ffl tbd I\o. Dfcret" PfO.poii: .I' '
With ?4 ; Vidt6ry' ft .oiIiriYod: rmond; Alley fell o. w'mnle' taltt.nififaln'st'yon'i BRADFORD rood place to raise a family. .

p r Boys' Ra 1 di Fund ,Ca st221' :.. '. v Complaint.-rthelief .detnanded .in, th ; V
J. (Ossfc) NORMAN 'i A t' I ant gainfully employed but feel I can give this job ,
Top Four
Supply Section beat Electr -; ;.co uples 1 Hof apT ofdtedat' Starke, my
The. Boys' Ranch Drag nics -3-1' last. Friday night' Neoma'anl.BuiNelson, Botj j AD.Florida. 19C2.tJiis. 34tb' dayof ..April--;: BLDG SUPPLY! V full support. I feel) I.am sualified for his post' in every re
Races will be held ajt the i in Gainesville! Jin' .$he CPS.Canp..Blaintleue. .. tpiij 3 :Scpoterfij150..' V i ,"ba'rlt.: 'Darby, ." i iClerhj spect.Your.. -
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"' Thunderbolt Raceway on U-S. .[, : ...Ray' V Martcr. 1Rpzier.-'and. Harold" I t'Fsdtord Qeiintr, Florida- |I IV 301 E. CALL 'ST.t support and vote will be
p 4- FOR' IT at. Green:Cove:SpringS" on Griffls'' was!hlgti"fof, the .wtJt-I''.jSA] ytsr.115.c V. i i .- '.t.h"Jh.i-i ti I* 'Crosby, sincerely appreciated.

VI Sunday* .May 6%' with_ gates nera .Jirith. tf 51T CJ971, '..whUe; j' 'Ma ry.- a tt lVank ,Jarvis' .1'Jt. '_;Ii Deputy.CIT.k.; atl"_ & Pierce. .,' 4 .- V V ; PH. 964-5291: (Pd. Pol. Adv.) -'.

V I open ,at 9 a.m. G ojWth.kl: lj d' 'a, ;569!':BOii bf terf.3t., ;. -'- ." (-----V ,- I V': .' V J V V ,.-

T V School Board Member Admission will be$2.25.and; t24j.. ;iof the ser -: 1 1i : -Verriori;: ih"4 Bach' .l.. Buff. ; I

e V "', 'h'o; V tickets 'are on sale at Honest .i A'rmamenV :Vonlt: $:',match ;'UhuitaDtj2E' .: '' *i V

Johns Service Station on [I with .Automotive":<<'by ,j. .3ilit 1han.'. -.I": ". ..' _

Temple Ave., and. Wayne; I'scor .; warren'EWinff.'frit\iJ\tf ;Rr. \I'';tJ3viiJ( '210.;

1 .. I' DIST. ONEI(. wtey) Superette on W. MadisonSt.. .f 490 ((1801.wa -t ifh.tar'thBJ: ; ';_ art. Ir f,"'2 Of1 ;' .
1p'V Proceeds' will be for the. ene- victors whUe ,Robert-. Drake. ( .
fit of Boys Ranch at Live *' ,0'b'' V *.
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'1 i.Lifelong ,resident of Bradford County. Son of .the Oak.BETHEL. Stand1np'i': .. "P" 1 l\ical\ ;

f) late), S. '(Buddy)' and Phillips Norman.' A Armament' .* ;!'. 9-: *-S ''. :i I. .' A buhcemehts-

Has one in-school. In. BAPTIST CHURCH '.oJ ,/' q" .I. t.
farmer/and son ; Supply" : : ". .. .,. .
teT sted, in .the welfare and education of our youth. Re!. R. T. Williams, Pastor j Eiec&onics '4. 8', : .I.'f'.i.. 'f.. V

Educated. in. the schools of Bradford, County.! : Sunday School 10 a.-m. Automotive % ::3'A ; t. R:" t, j.r. oM I. oN-If
Indiylduar.averbges'ilerj189 ; Wjnk : D. ratwr :"'0 '-
Morning Worship 11 a. m. .. ,_4- '
l-betebytannbise, iC I _
t Your Vote & Support' Will Be Appreciated. Ebling-J63r; ,Rkif115 : V n11..candi- !'
Evening worship 7 p. m. Prayer -, ; ; ; day for '.rou4vDIitr1vt"r'o.. C r.lm'uicm' r. .: I

(Pd. Pol,. Acfr.) : .meeting Wednesday, 7 p. m.: '. 16311'Wolfredi; .--160. (';.t'c. ,. aqbJ.ct t'V !b.,('1f.orthl*, p.1'1ules..Stark*) I
VV Griffis i156.' .: :, I: ,'d.ath
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0 PHONE R.. Griffis. '200>: Eblln; m;::. MiarJ,. ); ta.al;'(r11on st.:..111efFi ): .fk.w : %; I .
7 DAYS High" '"three>gaJae9. '."..serl 8'. : nY rJ19Jtftt_ f'nOlI1t f..:"Q"Ur 1t.e1eted.}(>! .

iII week 969.1'093'a 1 I i; Winkler:,. 617' ; ):Wt" V tor.l jlt.mdJrtrttt ylJ''J'tllaJ' ",,.tb i.!II&\-eftQrtl 1pIJotv. 'ii :j 1 _

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\ Softball;League *wnmi il'anr"a'candldatYiof lonerDisriet' ; com uty I I : 4 4i

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607 Brownlee Ph. 969-1093 ampto and
V t ; After one week .of play; in Graham .(county-atMare)._ I .

.'_Open 7 days a,week:6: a. m. to 10 p.. m. i the- Starke Softball .League. .and nav6y,,J jat*iTed1; to 'all>his. arid county will .con-I fair i '

: only two teams remain undefeated tinuet ,- 110' r-tf .re-elected -
I; ::., Garden. Restaurantwith t.hls'do not.ottice..,. .n"i T aaT l. .t.wldo htjob*: : ,'

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FRESH DRESSED : : :: ; ':', ,i 8tallingsi] and/. 13 .''lI4'wln. :' ,, \\ouJd' like 'to *xpre.si '

: ; : i over; Brooker & tied]'fof first tnaas tQ'eactt 00% of you 11 for1ytiitr .1 "

.'. ,'. I place" with Jwtllfaims"Jewfeiry!1r nttJi j juit..past. and' _
.lb ', 'Ivtvould Appr cj,te your 'yateii
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".' ,- -i t day 'fueslay';' arict ThTirsday. appreciated.5- 'Jeorse: -%%';; Bob rtK Jr.,:! 'V.: ., fewest member of the Standard family

SPARE! : :I and StandIng, the publ11s11ted* wfi t, GB\ V .oa_-,8C11 O'OAIjD.. f

RIBSIb; ; ; i Gardeif j J 1CTOXE'of ?. :
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I 0t -k 'meaNt" tki Sehdol t !CONQMY: CROWN GASOLINE

f' '.. i WiH2V11: s Jewelry, 2..,0 .- B *rtf occupies.ona 'of the most :

., : Stagings: :..._.. '. '2t"1. 1.' jraportanti Vec; coaitiojit ns- tbe1 In'welfare BrtdforflCooary5 'of t ,

Natural Gas 022 our: ch24rarnit' comftr. t.*I 'r' ->! If III
I"e BreekeF '. Our schools have, become "*>if\1\ T'odafi'can.-gh you a new world of'cl1oice-iD'J. model, horsc- _
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Round .. Sirloin TBoneCenter f .I bBSinessafteh 'I"-feef that- ay !I pQf. And-7- Standard Oil now offers I.MW variety m gasolines to meet I '_'
I experience qualifies m. to help' .. .the ji cani motor fuels to'givieDii '
THE BIGHT POBfT Car few r ,;th.- .bOUd ret' full yalue fore, designed performance
i !I way you write. iitIA asd : every dollar spent.I pr1'-mateYer you drive. S V

select year' faToritejESTjte:. .: predation'wlli to to my expre friends_ my ap-for |i Ec My''.! is a new lower-priced gasoline designed' for j'j''I' 'I

STEAK j. BROOK Fountain Pta. TELEGPITA1W' .:tn'eir-support' ia the put Tour the _1.cars balHe mad that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock t V

lB. l"t"-.f". ,4 t. ', r Prtmar.lr vqte and support*tiiThiapp1ctatdi' In the May i ,qyaJity...Supplies.ail the power such cars can .use-.at a saving. .

i! .- ".." e ,.- -n: cv tarLn.z. meftb! Improved OWN GASOLINE. Useti of regular- grade asoiifle wifl'findi : V

"I i : rE4...Jox.P blfc.. Ucti'Di .a.pew gasoline. value in improved Crown Gasoline- now at an _
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: AfffUI'rf PMt, MHOWTOftLrT. -,'. -'- '. 4 ; all-fune' high.in-qyajity.-Moves- your cat up i id performance wfaik holding" : .,-

driving; ccsts, down.. .' V
i M3 BAYS FOB DISTRICT$CHAOL 05B BOARD: V Jm1ved"CRO'YN'" ( EXTRA: The popular premnmr gasoline at anJTUme /,. V '

t Cut t.Pork J Chop-! ; & .' '.'". ;,69c: : To the Yohraf Bradford ) high in ;anti-knk quality-designed for those can requiring

.- .' if'r F V.petyt'V: Ui.fi in performance characteristics. .
t: i I it -' -V I 48e f'ama>.nd44t. for SchoolS K. G DUNCAN Agent
V : back at ..y. dtv.i .or*;:.-'. l. Beard member Diitrict On, Stop'/at'a Standard' Oil station d y for the dependable gasoline that's *. '-' ,
I It.r4rd aIda IIMCIa .ft. _.'tla La'wteyI beliere I am qnilifi .
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OPEN7DAySkhmiftm : &Md ..nriQ"utr,' .r i'D4t & 'T* rouble at V { : '
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Land Sales building[the old, $13,700.S. Starke. Telephone I- '..., --."-...- ...-..- -- -_. -S- Sales Tax Take BHS Band Sets 1 was a success and the publicis that NOTICE the undersigned IS HEREBY, desiringto GWEN

invited to the band
.. R. Johns Jr., Starke to .... ;i .. :: jh' ,- .. 4 Indicates BusinessOn Sat. Popcorn Sale by patronizing support the popcorn fictitious engage name in business of "WESTERNAUTO under the

Near $250,000Continued Calvin J. Houpt, Starke four % 4r1 i ASSOCIATE STORE." atm
.._ The UpgradeBusiness concession. West Call Street in the City
lots, St. Clan- $5,000. -- all
on "'> %" Popcorn will be on sale of Starke. Florida intend to register -

.. from rage 11) Joyce T. Putch to Lonnie i-t\J\ ..<..-." _",-". ::7 ;'- .{r day Saturday at Winn-Dixie :, THE RIGHT POINT for the the said name with the of-
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the Circuit
G. Teston, Lawtey, 40 acies is on the upgradein Store for the benefit of the Clerk of
Jackson and : write. in and
Bishop a part- Bradford County if sales way you Come Bradford County, Florida.
: iwship, building Walnut of land 2500. BHS Band trip to the Orange CARL D MINX:
on (P'I are ;, select favorite ESTER-
tax collections an accu-
street now housing the Shoe Guy Andrews Starke to j, i iI": I ,rate guage. Collections on Bowl game next year. ThE' : BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- ,i MARTHA MINX
Hack and Mildred's Gift Shop Aldwyn C. Catlett Jacksonville ,; 4-12 4t 5-3
,: parcel of land $3,000. ; ; < P> February sales totaled $12- sale at Setzer's last Saturday ,: GRAPH.
Jesse E. Newsome Starke C' L M7 928-62 as compared with $10-

f I I to Ralph A. Kellog Cocoa L, ;tfi \ i : _- j j'i : 102.86 on sales for February

FOR ALL I Fla., parcel of land, $1,800. 1961.

I Surety Mortgage Investment : Collections of the seven- ij

Company Hillsborough County ', cent gasoline tax in the coun-
OF YOURBUILDING I to Jesse Randolph Jr., ty also showed an increase

Lawtey, parcel of land, $2,700. from 39639.53 in February. 20 Words or less, one time _______ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ______ 6c per word ,

Nelle H. Nollman and W. I 1961 to $40,339.67" in February U not paid In advance ___________ l.Od Cards of Thanks up to 50 words %.50 I
H. Nollman her husband, to this
year. Keyed or Blind Ads ___________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______. .'.,__uuu? 5c per word
Thelma V. McGee widowof Sales tax collections in Florida -!
Each additional word over 20 _____ (05) Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per Inch

I i NEEDS Horace E. McGee Starke ___O'O', ,cO' ..- r' ;' ,---- -; -.- .. :.. .. -,-, \ -"'-"--- .- as a whole increased 14.10
residence 7000. ------ ------
I cent last February over!
per HAVE OPENING for 1 $90.00 I FOR RENT Bedroom. pri- > FOR SALE-Cheap. One 6
I I Effie Crosby Starke to 'New Fire TruckTo Fire Chief R. C. Buford (right) and Assistant Harry Green the same month in 1961. per week man. Age 25 to 67. vate bath and entrance. Place i ft. Case Combine machine. L.

1 'Roman M. Alvarez, Starke display their pride-and-joy: Starke's 'new $18,000 Peter Pirsch We also have openings for to park car. Gentlemen pre- !; J. Green phone 964-4344.

; CALL residence 10000. fire truck. $65.00 per week ladies. 2\\ ferredPhone964-2493l_ tcl1g.\j. Itchg
Johns, Apollo HA.'lPTONCHRISTIAN 37 to 63. Permanent. Car I I
Elmer L. !
Hold DownInsurance FOR RENT 2 bedroom I FOR SALE-21 in. Silvertone
Beach in Hillsborough Coun- CHURCH necessary. Write Mr. Neeley I unfurnished. 640 W.
house. TV. excellent condition. $50.
. : Ernest L Blair ty, to Walter A. Rhoden, Starke. According to an estimate -,tank which with the 350 gallon 659 Atlanta West 8.Peachiree Ga. 4tchg St.. N. E. i Gardner St. Guy Andrews, !! New Cabinet Sink. double

Starke, residence, $7,700. RatesStarke's by City Clerk Merrill Edwards tank! of the 20-year-old Dodge SUNDAY SERVICESCarl 4-261 Phone 964-6811. tfchg_ drain board. double sink. all

t: Contractor Ralph Grant Copeland to if the old truck had gave the department a capa- Clarke, Minister HOUSE WORK "BREAK" _I FOR SALE-2 bedroom house,1 fittings. $110. FARR'S Bargain -
US 301 South.
fo Gainesville, Fla. Jim _R. Smith,. Keystone i, been kept insurance rates city of 650 gallons, By replac- 10:00: a. m. Bible School. home 4 hours a day be spent outside the II large 1 acre lot. Newly finished !Phone Center 964-0573. Itchg

,, Heights residence $5,000. new $18,000 fire would have gone up from $3 ing the old truck with the 11:00: a. m. Worship and profitable can and very fun.stimulating.We'll train, and partly furnished. $6,500

J. D. Odom Sr., Lake City 1 truck ($16,000 plus carrying to $5 per $5,000 policy some Pirsch the water capacity shot Communion. i i you to represent "selfselling"Avon I total price with nothing down! ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
FR 2-2370
.( to Edwin D. Graham Lake charges) was bought with a time this year. Inspectors were up to 1,050, an increase of 400 Cosmetics. Write Mrs. -move in. Turn right off 301 EVENINGS. MONDAY
North at 1st road past Farmers THROUGH THURSBAY. All
I I two-fold purpose, according to Starke's facilities Donna Burns.Box 448. Gaines-
looking over gallons.As ,
residence, 7000.
City Market. go to 7th house on High School subjects. Business
Fire Chief R.C. (Red) Bufordto EVERGREENBAPTIST ville. Give directions to your
last week and city officials
Chief Buford put it, "Nowwe I right. Owner at property on Courses. Conversational
give the city an increasedfire .hope that rates will go down won't be so afraid of wasting CHURCH home and phone number.4-26 2t 5-13 '! Friday. Saturday and..Sunday.Itchg. Spanish Mechanical Drawing.

fighting capacity and to I'now, and not upward.The a drop of water at one of I' Testing services. White stud
Coming Saturday keep down fire insurance rates. Sunday School 10 a.m. FOR SALE-3 bedroom house ents: contact L. H. Gibson.!
new Pirscn truck also those places beyond the water I YOUR OLD WATCH will USO Bid/*. Office. Negro students
Training and % acre in Lawtey. L. G.
Delivered in February the almost doubled the city's fire mains, we can go right ahead Preaching 11 a.m. Teston Rt. 1. Box 83-A. i i make the down payment on a : contact Prof. Eddie

new Peter Pirsch truck replaced -fighting capacity at points beyond and really douse the blaze." Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching tey. 6to LaW-I beautiful new Bulova at Tboznpkins. RJE High School.

a 20-year-old Dodge 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Dahmers Discount House.tfchg tfchg
the city's water mains Since the city limits were extended 17-28' '
which would have been classified Wednesday 1:30 p. m. KAY "GALAXIE" thin line
with its 750 gallon water tank two years ago, the chief Work Davs I
Bible study, FOR SALE-Lake Front electric guitar with Extra
as obsolete by the South- said Wednesday Train Niehts case.
which replaced a 350 gallon there is quite a bit of Fe and Lake
Lots. Santa added feature thin
east Fire Underwriters Association -tank on the old Dodge. The 1957' territory which the water 7:30: p. m. Jos. E Norman RMLROADCOMMUNICATIONS Lockloosa. Terms. Guy Andrews lite neck with adjustable new truss

the agency which reg- Seagraves, which the city is mains don>t reue., a epace as pastor. phone 964-6811. tfchg rod, with Kay 5 tube. 12 watt

ulates fire insurance rates in using now, las a 300 gallon'much as a mile wide in places. I Are you looking for a lifetime HOUSE FOR RENT-3 bed- out out amplifier with twin
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN job,security best of retirement room unfurnished. R. W. 8" speakers. $10.63 per mo.

CHURCH plan. above average pay free Brannen. 520 W. Weldon St. Dahmer's Discount House.
Conservation in the
Boys And Girls Camp I! Racing FundsRunning insurance and medical care? Phone 964-6375 after 5 p.m. 2tchg 5-3

Ocala National Forest this : 390 N. Cherry St. Railroad, __ Communications and II 2to 4-26
Yes we have an entire Van of New and Used May Apply Now summer. II I i Ahead Sunday School 9:45: station agents positions offer --- --I RANCH TYPE Bungalette -
I MODERN HOME ON LAKE- 6 rooms. bath. Lawn shrub-
household items and furniture which will be unloaded For Youth More than 600 and Of Last Year this and more. Openings in I
Camp boys I a.m. Morning Worship 11 ajn. this area and most states. Dock. store house could be bent garden. 1-2 acre ground,
and ready for sale at 8 o'clock Saturdaya. girls from all sections of FlorIda Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Must have high school education onveH d to euf:t.housp. extra 2 chicken houses. wash house.

m.There'll. Applications are now being I will attend the four camping April race track tax checks Thursday-Choir Practice 8 not color blind. physically 'aree. Ipt Rftcr'fi'' A Dril'p PT't1ims. tool shed. Leaving. Sacrifice.

II accepted from boys and girls i sessions starting June 17,.I for $40,000 have been mailed m. fit. and willing to work days Strn't PP-lltV.': US SOI 2.850 some terms. A good
p. Mn
!":n11th starke. Phone W buy. Write B. C. Telegraph,
be in this Van for who wish to attend the Youth I to each of Florida's and train night on live equio- I
many surprises you as according to A. D. Aldrich, I 67 coun- Friday Junior Choir and ment. You can qualify for 4Q1'7g 1; ItfhgRELIABLE Box 823-D. Starke. Up

well as us. I ... -.--_ __ __-_-- -.-___.. -.. _n- _, _.__ ---I director, Game and Fresh Wa- ties. The amount for the Recreation 3:30,: p. m. these positions in a short. low MAN or WOMANTo I I EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
Commission. date last
ter Fish Same year was $31- cost training: period. If sin-

Be On Hand Early Saturday! Application blanks and information 500.Each cerely interested in railroad in Starke.take over Good Watkins for up Route to I WANTED.Garden Restaurant.Apply in person tfchg at

SURPRISENew county has now received work as a career write statingage I
investment ,
may be obtained $65 weekly to start. No FURNISHED APARTMENTFor -
All items must be sold. Bedding, Chairs, Platform a total of $153,000 to address. and phone num Set your own
from offices of the Commission I ber. ;BCT P. O. Box 823-M'1 I rent. 2 rooms and bath
Rockers, Doors, Dining Tables and chairs, in Lake City or Tallahas:I date-an increase of 3.7 percent 'i iJ Ii Starke. Ha. 2tp 5-13 j hours.. Permanent time.opportunity. Wat-- lights and water furnished.
or $5,500, over the same: Full or part $45.00 month. 514 S. Epperson. -
etc. and ? ? I J only'!
Adults A-4.
PUT FOR kins Products. Inc.. Dept. '
Inquire in rear of house.
i see.A one-week camping session I period last year. i Dad I First class first floor apart- 1 P. O. Box 2447, Memphis 2, Y, L. Kirehftine Itohg

1 V: Miles South on Highway 301FARR'S Gift Shop for boys aged eight through 11 I In Bradford County, the I V ment. Two bedrooms. Private Tenn. _.
new Development Authority ON t entrance. TV- aerial. COLONIAL FLORIST DECCA 10 Watt Stereq portable -
will be held June 17-23, with I convenient location. No pets. plaver with 200 selections
BARGAIN CENTERPLENTY Unusual Imports camping fees set at $20 for receives the first $15,000 in EasyStreet /,128 North Church St. Up Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. !included free only $8.40 Rr
track funds
race with all over
wired place. Flow-
Junior Club members, and I OCALA NATIONAL Flowers any month. Dahmer's DiscountH011St"
Unique that amount being divided 45
OF PARKING $25 for nonmembers.The FOREST ers for all occasions locally. Itchg
I, cent to the Commission
per County Phone 004-6291.506 East NonaSt.
p 1--I ___IiI1--- .--- -..:1 two-week sessions for and 55 per cent to 3- CAMPSITES tfchg FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur-
'"-- boys will begin June 24 for 80 x 100 nished house. Apnlv Mrs. Sey-
the School Board.
S Water'St. Ito
flS4 North
ages eight through 11, and $198 Cash or CANDY ROUTE mmir

July 8 forages 11 through 14, '. $20 Down; $9 mo. Responsible man or womanto FREE RENT to lady or small
: VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT : with camping fees set at $45 birmi..ertiricates ,i- ,Access. to Launching operate candy route being family In 'exchange for comoanionshiD. -

for Junior Club Members and For Beginners Ramp,on Oklawaha River. established by' our Companyin .- See Stella Rho-
tills area. Candy is one den 41-2 miles out on Ral-
$55 for non-members. .. ANGUS HASTINGSBox of the largest Industries In ford Rd. Rt. 2. Box 72. or
I Available Now 4.--: ;_ 140, Fort McCoy, Fla. 2tch 5-4
One two-week session for : -. : the country and we are National nhone 964-3031.

''I girls aged nine, through 13 I Right now is a good time I' r : 'r v7 C- \ BIG VAN OF FURNITUREand the major distributors brands of one Invest-of -HASTINGS MATTRESS- -

years will be held starting to obtain copies of birth certificates -'I I household items to go on I ment required is $890 whichis
: /'J1-;: ;: July 22, with camping fees Sa.le Saturday. a.m. See our 100% refundable. Partial & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
I for children Into A I
; } V the same as for boys. regfSter-1 Move display adv. page 6, Farr'sBargaIn finance available. Write Box I 710 Lemon St. Palatka
; '4' ing to enter school I Center, 2 miles south 9. Neptune Beach. Fla. ltp I I
I The Junior Club camping Furniture Repaired,
first time in the fall. Brand New ,on_;Uvw. 301. Itchg:
; I' I fees apply to members of the I WANTED-Colored maid once & Refinished
Youth Conservation Clubs the Everett H. Williams Jr., Director SEPTIC TANK cleaning and a week. Call 964-2575 after I Upholstered

DISTRICT NORTH of the Bureau of Vital Finished House feed line service. Joe Forsythe, 5 D-m. 2tp 5-3 MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
Junior Garden Clubs, and the
Statistics of the State Boardof P. O. Box 184 Lake Butler
t 1. Audubon Clubs. I I I' Innersprings!
Junior Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. WANTED Adult male to
All phases of conservation Health, said that often par I With 4tp 4-26 share furnished house. Bedroom and Box Springs
TWO STARKE ents or guardians wait too I I
kitchen privileges.Call .
I and nature study, as well as FOR RENT Furnished apart- and Drop Us A Card or Call
long and then have difficulties -i 923 Temple Ave.,
:. ment. Also 3 bedroom house I at N.
and recreation,
outdoor sports getting the necessary doc redecorated. Close in. Wonderful I Starke. after 5 p.m. 2tp 5-3
a < ., I included in the weekly \ Low Monthly STARKE 964-5934
iji : ,, / are ument. He said "We can han- location for beauty par-
; .,..; I schedules. lor or business. with living LISTINGS needed on 150-200 MRS. PEGGY SHALLER
dle only so many applications
\ I I cuarters.-W. H. acre farms or woodland. Starke Agent
-V :"! : Applications and camping a day. Any last-minute rushis I Nollmaatfchg Strout Realty. P. O. Box 307.
fees are filed to the office of certain to cause inconveni-i Payments I II II Starke. Fla. U. S. 301 South. -
"-.;:. the Youth Conservation Camp ences. Although we process I II I I Mortgages::MORTGAGES available to build Phone Waldo 468-1766. Itchg Used Refrigerators FOB SALE$29.95 up.

2520 Silver Springs Blvd. 800 to 1,000 certificates on a I I I new homes or remodeling. FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. Used Televisions $29.95 up.

: Ocala Fla. I normal day, we can give fast Let us show you how you I I 100% Loans 2 baths, large utility room, Convenient Terms. Free de
service right now." LA RUE CORPORATION separate dining room. livery. Bullingtoj Appliances
can build your own home 400 W. Madison-Phone screened front porch. Lot 2 100 West Call St. Starke. Fla.

Co. C Will Fire Application for a certified with No Down Paymentand 964-8641. acres. 1126 West Madison. FOR SALE-Washing machineat

copy must include the full _ tfchg tfchg
Phone 964-1001. 1105 Madison St. 3tp 4-26
W. Roberts Jr. I At Camp Blanding name of the child; the full all the room your FOR SALE
FOR RENT 2 bedroom LARGEST DISPLAY of Bulova -
name of the father; the full needs. Ready mix concrete, concrete
i This Weekend growing family house. 6% miles north of watches for the graduate
maiden name of the mother; block piers, fence posts, sand Starke. Hiway 16. Phone 964- now at Dahmer's Discount

FOR Company C, local National the day, month, year city and Wonderful floor plans, cement,mortar mix,rock,steel 1513 J. W. Gaskins. Starke. House. Payments as low at

'county of birth; whether the Built in Kitchens and all oyster shell. lime rock. and roof I tfchg $1.00 per week. 5tchg 8-24
Guard unit along with other
child is male or female; and the things you like in a I I gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg FOR RENT Furnished apart- FOR SALE 13 lots near

units of the 748th Ordnance the child's race. The original Bradford Engineering Co. ments. Reasonable rates. Near R.J.E. High School on paved

CommissionerPromises t! Bn., will spend Saturday and birth certificate number house. shopping center. Phone 969- street Apply Mrs. Seymour

County I Sunday at Camp Blanding, should be included if possible. IN WALKING DISTANCE OF 2011 or call at 213 8. CherrySt. 664 N. Water St. Up
I Why Pay NEW PLAY GROUND [Shell Oil Co. Offfce.l tfche ,
If the child was born in an-
: firing various weapons, ,including Payments when LaRue FOR RENT Kingsley! Lake
I. other state the certificate Five brand new houses. Are PEYTON FLORIST' I
furnished 2 bedroom house.
: M-4 rifles carbines, must be obtained from that Corporation can H4PYou you still paying rent? They 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Well heated. Available to
I machine and rocket said ths had, been paying
an efficient and businesslike operationof launchers. guns state. choose a home within rent for 5 years and had noth- PHONE 964-4155 June 1. Phone 964-4201 or

I A full copy of the original ing to show for it. I'll put NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 964-9741. tfchg
County government employing good Other (raining will be conducted your budget. 4
your may be obtained; or a wallet- you j In a new complete Chouse ] DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe REMEMBER! When accidents

sound business that the taxpayer's i in _driver and vehicle size card, encased in plastic.The with beautiful !landscaped Wire Flowers Anywhere occur you can save both time

practices, seeing I maintenance, radio ,procedure type wanted should be NOW'a Visit Our lot for Just $287.50 VA or' tfchg 1.: and money if you see your
$425.00 FHjL Can you beat Chiropractor promptly. In-
and operations and administration -
dollar brings the greatest return to the I specified. A fee of one dollar it? surance cases readily accepted.
: and
supply. .
.- i for each copy or card must Display And Ask A. J. THOMAS Realtor Sewing machine operators. The Bellinger Chiropractic
citizens of Bradford County I The 748th is commanded by the application. Clinic at 426 N. Walnut is
full time
accompany CURB GIRL WANTED-Apply Immediate openings.
Lt. Col. Harry M. Hatcher Jr. forms be obtained To See Our Many No experience required. LAKE open evenings until 9 p.m.
I' Application may ; in person; at Tuck's Drive
Born and raised in Lawtey, graduate of Brad Company C has Capt. Drew at county health departments In. It- I,, BUTLER APPAREL COM- Problem ..cases given 2tp specialattention. 4-28 I

: F. Reddish serving as company PANY. 3tchg 4-26 -

ford High School and graduate of University t i commander and Co. or many schools. Ideal PlansLaRile ':McGRIFF TRADING MART FOB SALE Three bedroom FOR SALE Or trade for unimproved ,
However, a letter will be ade- 130 N. Court St. New G.E. lake-front or improved -
of Florida with degree in,Business Administration B, Camp Blanding is commanded quate if contains1. all the I range. Like new G.E. refrig conditioning.&ouse. Gas furnace VA financing.and air!! acreage,our 3 bedroom.

: by ,Capt., James above information.A Corp. crator. Used GJ5. refrigerator City. 2 bath and den home. on acre-
location in
Bloodworth. Hq. &, D Co. in 2995. Save from $50 to $100' Attractive wedge lot.Lake Keystone. The
: Jacksonville is commanded 'by' certified copy of a birth an any -above applianCes.i Call 964-1282 for information.tfchg Martins at Point of View west
certificate is required for others to pick from. Big,
regIstering Many side of Lake.: ltD
: Married to the former Nancy Wyllys of Hastings :r I a former member, of Co. C children tot enter the 400 W.Iadison St. Sayings tq,you is our business.! MOWERS
and native !of Starke;, ,Capt. ItpStrawberries ALL TYPE LAWN
first grade of public or private PH. '964-8641 SHARPENED. FACTORY WE DON'T
and has three children .
Billy Dansby.Arrangements
i school.. Application I WAY. SAWS FILED.: CALVIN Sell you we help you buy.

i are being should be made to the Board's 1-i___ JOHNS, phone ,"-Uti. Good selection of new and
Member of First Methodist Church of Starke, I, made, 'with the Bradford. County Bureau of Vital Statistics. 'I tfchz used 8' and 10' wide Mobile

: Health Department, headed I, Homes.
Rotary Club, Junior .Chamber of Commerce, i by Dr. A. Y., Covington a FOB BENT LAKE GENEVA

Starke-Bradford Lieutenant Colonel :'in the\! I NIce. unfurnished 3 bedroom TRAILER PARK
County of Commerce NOTICEEFFECTIVE and 2 bath home. on South
all Guards-, j
: Guard, to
2Sc 01 I Collar: Rd. Across from new 1 ml SE of Keystone His. .
men receive the required Im school. $65 per month. See or on Route 100

munizations and the'annual phone 964-4905. evenings.tfchg tfchg

Presently employed with the H. C. Wall Insurance : x-ray of Health given by for the a State tuberulosis Board'\ MAY 1,, 1962,. THE' MINIMUM You Pick ThemJ. WANTED CHEST TYPE. deepfreeze

I CHARGE FOR ANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT WANTED:-White lady to do medium size pa? cash
Agency and available for service to the. check-up. The'chest x-ray R. Wainwright
i and
TELEGRAPH, WILL BET light housekeeping care or will trade on a TV on ster
:, will' be given without. charge ; RUN_IN THE for two children days a week.9644765.tfchg. eo. Dahmer's Discount..House.Itchz.
citizens of Bradford I
County at any time. to all personnel in the county i ii Farm PhClle: -

during the time the mobile ..
i \ 2 Miles East of Starke FOR RmI' 3 room an BE 8UR2: to see WORLD
i unit is assigned to Bradford .
Would appreciate much the ; I 'I LEGALADVERTISING RATE' EFFECTIVEMAY electric eoulpted apartment.To BOOK before buying any encyclopedia.
very opportunityto : : County Health Department. \ On Road 16 single or Christian couple. )L A. Payne rc$*

I Young men who, are interested 1, 1962 .Phone 963-1515. tfchz local representative sine 1ML
serve as your County Commissioner I in enlisting in the I # ,' BO* lFOR'''pK44'rUc': tfc.hl
I'' $ : pii1' for First Insertion FURNISHED !: GOOD USED Ranges and refrigerators ....
I Guard are invited to visit the : '
.3 (Pd. PoL Adv.) | I lights and water It.J at prices you can RENT -2 bedrodB tia-
!i local armory for more complete $1.00 Per Inch for Each Successive Insertion Inquire Bullinrton af t3 rd. North Florida Supply. furnished! apartment PhoneU44921.
a ; I ( information. !21 West Madison st 412 E. can St. Uchl Ucbf


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Cox of Waldo, and Mr. and Church in Jacksonville Sun- I ------------a---a-aaa I waiting for some rain to bring in Fellowship Hall, 10 a.m.

Mrs. Paul Dinkins and Davidof day.Those WITH YOUR Home DemonstrationNotes it out. with Mrs. Arthur Holllday,
LAffTEY% St. Augustine, who also visited visiting Mr, and Mrs. I \ A complete soil and water Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, and Mrs.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier and family dur- Carl Johns as hostesses.
COUNTY AGENTBy conservation farm plan was
Carl Carter. ing the weekend were Mrs.Rosier's l.'jff
67 Enza Blanchard I prepared for W. A. Hutton Wednesday Circle 3 will
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker nieces, Mrs. J. G.
& ..a.uJ .. I noROrn\r whose farm is located in the 'meet at the home of Mrs.
of Lake City were visiting Morris, and daughter of Dun- 4 N ROSS
,. Our Soil 9 Our Strength Blackburn Road section. He Charles Sawyer 10 am. with
The Woman's Society of
Mrs. A. H. Harley and family ellen, and Mrs. Harold Rob- t Home Demonstration Agent
Christian Service met for is planning to put in some Mrs. Luis de Acre as 'co-host
Wells erts of Hernando. Their t'\.I
Mrs. Mae and Mrs. son
their study course at the homeof Soil Conservation Bahia pasture and is using it ess Prayer Meeting and Bible -
Martha Bales Sunday. Robert Rosier and his son of
Those StrawberriesJ. quickly. Never let strawberries -
Conserve study 7:30
in a sod-based rotation with pjn.
Mrs. Orville Bumgarner
Mrs. Effie Miner accompanied Jacksonville spent Sunday R. Wainwright, managerof stand in water. Wash NEWSBy
Tuesday night with 12 pres- his truck crop land. Thursday-commission on
Mrs. Pauline Torode with them. Starke State Farmers' through three waters. Drain
v the Missions will meet at the
ent. Mrs. Bumgarner presented of Kingsley Lake and Mrs.I Mrs. L. C. Hilliard, Daryl Market, the strawberry well and cap. Slice or leave BID HaasA
the says Methodist ChurchWeek church 7:30: p.m. Chancel
the with assist-
subject .
Nell Andrews of Starke to and Susie were Saturday over is coming to a close. berries whole. To every four
ance of some of the members.At season complete soil and water Choir rehearsal 7:30: pjn.
Hastings last week night guests of Mrs. Thelma
one day This behooves those who wantto cups of berries sprinkle with
of 29 [Fifth Saturday Laymen's Re
the Churches conservation farm April -
plan was
where birth- 5uber and family in Jackson-
they enjoyed
a berries make one cup sugar, alternating lay-
freeze or pre-
First Baptist: Sunday delivered to Tom Casey Jr.,!I! Sunday: treat for Gainesville District,
day dinner with their brother ville. They all attended Sun- zC to busy. You might ers of berries and sugar. Pack
School 10 a.m.; Worship, 11 Zack Roberts, given in his rise Services at Franklin even serves freeze get enough berries into containers leaving one : who is using Pensacola Bahia II Church School for all ages Bedford Lake, 2:30 p.m.
ajn.; Baptist Training Union for his main pasture grass. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship
honor by his son and daugh- Street Baptist Church Sun- to make into preserves inch head space. Label date,
7 pjn.; Worship 8 p.m. Prayer ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alton day morning. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. HugginsOffice now later, as well as eat frozen. and freeze at zero or below. He remarked, "I plan to get 11 ajn. Snack Supper for SEVENTH DAY

meeting each Wednesday Roberts. Leon Starling of Jacksonville -I -I .I Remember to serve frozen Store at zero. Serve with a all my pastures established MYF, 6 pjn. Youth Meetings ADVENTIST CHURCH

8 pjn. Mrs. George Roberts spent visited the Billiards Sunday., berries before they have com- few ice crystals left in them. before I get any cattle." It 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship Sabbath School [Saturday]

Grace Methodist Sunday with Mr. Roberts in Mrs. Mary Belle Robertsonof Team"Important thawed when they Sugar packs make frozen will pay to get the grass before / 7:30 pjn. 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship
Church School 9:45: ajn.: pletely you get the stock. The 11 a. m. Located between Wil
University Medical Center in Tampa is spending a few Reading in a neighboring still have a few ice crystalsleft berries of better quality and Monday-Nominating Com
Worship 11 ajn.; Evening Gainesville, where he has been days with Mrs. Hattie Darley newspaper last Sunday that in them.- flavor than berries packed grass never seems to get aheadof mittee of Quarterly Confer- son Road and Griffis Loop.E. .

Worship, 8 p.m. Methodist for a few days. He expectsto Miss Sinnia Prescott, and Mr. Gainesville is observing An- To Freeze StrawberriesUse without sweetening. Preserves cows if you put them on ence will meet at the church. L. Marley, pastor Phone
Youth Fellowship each Wednesday this week. and Mrs. Hiram Bennett and nual National Secretaries your pastures before you havea 9641324.Vote .
come early freshly ,picked, firm, may be made from frozen Tuesday-Circle 1 will meet
8 pjn. Maundy Thurs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat Joey. She is Mrs. Bennett's week. The story went on to ripe, red berries. Wash in berries any time of the year. good stand of grass. -- ------

day was observed with serv- and children of Jacksonville grandmother. point out how important sec- cold water dipping in and out999T9999999999999999 If you are a diabetic or on The other day Bill Dukes !.
ices Thursday evening.The spent Sunday with Mrs. Sunday visitors of Mrs. John retaries in an office can be a reducing diet freeze the was discussing cover crops in: for

children of the differ- Sweat's parents Mr. and Mrs. Shuford and Dave were Mr. in the over-all performanceof berries without sugar or use< pecan groves. He used lupine : MarkleeI'

ent Sunday Schools enjoyed Carl Carter. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of St. an office. one of the sweeteners.The and red clover this past winter' ,

Easter parties Saturday. Egg Sunday visitors of Mr. and Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Phil] Some offices operate for best containers to use in his grove, and said if we ,
hunting was the main feature. Mrs. Milo Smith and family Shuford and children of the benefit of an individual, GRAHAMBy for freezing berries and other would have had a little more a A 4b

Those interested in a recrea- were Mrs. Smit.l 's,brother and Moore Haven, and Mr. and some for a profit-making organization fruits are glass freezing jars rain that clover sure would''

tion program met at the sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sid Shuford of Starke.II while some for the Richard CaintAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA with screw top lids, plastic have made a good cover crop.: Starling

school cafeteria Monday night Bobby Mitchell, and childrenof They all were Easter dinner service they render in the in- cartons with lids, and plastic C. R. Bradford happened to I
for further plans of the proj- Rhode Island. guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeL. terest of the general public. bags in cartons. come along at the same time.;:

ect.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddishof Shuford. Our Agricultural Extension Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Andrews I Pumpkin Cake He is planting Giant Striata.
and Mrs. Walter Mar- Webster spent Sunday to Mrs. Cora Hodges and and ASCS organization can and son of Gainesvillewere < Crotalaria in his pecan ,grove II I
Mrs. Russell Carter contrib- I
tin and son, Ralph, were Good I Monday with Mrs. V. R. Red- arid grandson, Jeff Marrs claim a part of the Interna- visiting Mr. and Mrs. for a cover crop. Any type I
utes this annual recipe for
Friday dinner guests of Mr. dish. spent the weekend with Mrs. tional Rotary Motto, modified H. M. Wasdin Sunday after- of legume cover crop will im- County Commissioner
pumpkin cake. She says it
and Mrs. Sidney Hansen. i
| the condition
i. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Hester Hicks. just a little in believing and noon. popular at a church prove of your
Easter visitors of Mr. and Shelia Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratiifj was very soil which in turn will make: Fa..r. '>o )
and granddaughter practicing that in Service dinner, and she thought you DIST. County-at-Large(
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins were Mr. : Norman, attended Easter serv- wright of Waycross, Ga. andL. above Self you Profit most was visiting friends in Lake( might like to have the recipe., better pecans. I

and Mrs. Jim Burton of Jacksonville 'i ices at Elizabeth Baptist L. Wainwright of Avon when you Serve your Best. City and Sanderson Sunday. We baked it in the office and Saw George Anderson the! b.

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Park visited Mr. and Mrs. It is important that the Mrs. J. A. Griffis and Mrs. everyone thought it was de- I other day and he says his I II Vote for Marklee Starling for County Commissioner
Wainwright during the Mary Vicari were Easter shop- I is growing good and that
Truby personnel, confined to the office ping in Jacksonville Friday.Mr. licious. Try eating it whileit I he grass had North Starke (District Two) County At LargeHe
week. a good calf crop. Of
Phone be able to tell which
our peo- is hot and see you
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walters ple how the agricultural con- and Mrs. T. H. Lefeversand prefer-hot or cold. course, if we had a little more was born in Bradford County and lived in Brad-

724-1711 and children of Ocala were servation fits into children attended an rain he would appreciate it. ford County all his life except the two years he was
1 program Use 3 self-rising flour,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. W. the specialized farm operationor Easter egg hunt at Oak Hill 1 teaspoon cups baking powder 1 It's the same old story at in Service. He knows the problems of the County.
I Walters and family Sunday. Baptist Church in Fairbanks Bob Paterson's place. We
i Emory Eunice and Miss how to take a soil sampleor Saturday.Mr. teaspoon soda, 1 and one- walked over his Argentine Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated.Pd. .

I R&SIIOMES i Frankie Wainwright visited what material' is used to and Mrs. F. B. Davis fourth cups Wesson Oil, 3 Bahia pasture the other day
kill moss in pecan trees. cinnamon 2 I ( Pol. Adv.)
Steven Foster Memorial at Ft. and Mrs. N. J. Davis were cups and it is just sitting there ,
BUILDERS INC. White Sunday afternoon.Mrs. We are proud that our or- visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. I sugar, 4 eggs beaten well and

Service I Alma Dyal is spending ganization is so that we can Moody in Green Cove Springs : 2 cups Comstock pumpkin. II I I
Complete Building diffuse agricultural informa- Combine ingredients as list-
Gainesville. I
: a few days with her son, Hor- Sunday. I
tion when and where needed. ed. Stir-don't use a beater.
Birthday Celebration Mr. and Mrs. David Griffin
ace Dyal, in Hampton. i
10 Years To Pay I Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Starling I, personally am proud to Mrs. Kate Starling cele- Pour batter in ungreased tube and sons of Tampa are guests !
I and Mrs. Starling's mother join in with Gainesville with brated her 75th birthday anni- pan and bake for 1 hour at of Mrs. Griffin's parents Mr. r: POWEIMJP

WHAT YOU GET WITH AN Mrs. Homer Manning of special recognition of person- versary with a celebration at 375 degrees F. Put wax paperin and Mrs. Joe Dorko. :
0 K 'Jacksonville spent Sunday nel talents during this week. the home of her son Levis I bottom of pan. Mrs. H. M. Schween and i \ FOR PROFIT
l 0
R & S HOME I with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Har- Take Soil, SamplesThe Starling, of Gainesville on Know Your ColorsDo daughter Maria, left this I

J : ley and family. time to take soil sam- Easter Sunday. Those who you know the colors that week for a visit with rela- r
\ Bond i Miss Betty Gaskins of Jack- ples for fall crops is NOW attended this affair were Mrs. are best for you? Girls of tives in Phoenix, Ariz.
S Year Termite sonville Beach spent Sunday Soil sampling requests indicate Bee Hines, Mrs. Earnest Or- the Lawtey 5th and 6th grade The annual Florida Showof

that we will have more tagus, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Star- 4-H Club have learned the the Horticulture Divisionof
S 10 Years Fire and EC. Insurance i with her parents Mr. and
10 Years Mortgage Life Insurance Mrs. J. B. Gaskins, and fam- I acres of strawberries set next ling, and Roy Starling. We principles of color selection. the prison's Education Department NEW HOMELITE
fall. The two most recent wish for Mrs. Starling many Bonnie Rosier, Kay Brewer, under the directionof I
ily.The Woman's Missionary' i requests definitely for prepar- more birthdays to come. She Betty Jo Sapp, Catherine M. B. Jordan, instructor, SUPER

SPECIAL -10 FIRST 10 Society of Evergreen Baptist "ing': strawberry land corns is' one of the older citizensof Gaskins, and Brenda ,Jones will be held in the CommunityClub .
i Church met at the church from Darby Gaskins and Pitt our community.Mrs. were shown in a class at 4-H this Thursday, Friday, WIZ
Tuesday. Their theme was Newsome. Both of these men N. J. Davis was visit- Camp last summer that you and Saturday. The public is .

3 PC. BATH SET to show the work of differ- have had neighbors tell them ing C. Davis in Waldo Thurs- must try colors on next to cordially invited.
FR E E !II. ent organizations in th e that soil sampling pays. It day through Saturday.Mr. your face in natural light. I
IN ANY MODEL! Church. Mr. Cooper of the was good to hear Darby say and Mrs. Junior Dyal This is especially true if these

Association Brotherhoodshowed that he had heard that it is and daughters were at the colors are to be worn during i
,reBuild To Your Plans Or Ours I
a film on what the possible to get too much lining home of Mrs. Derwood Dortch the day. TVRADIOREPAIRS .I- ii P
also learned that
The girls
We need your business and We appreciate your Royal Ambassadors and material on strawberry Sunday afternoon. I
business. Deal with the Country home Folk Boys! Brotherhood are doing for the I land. That is true. Too much Sunday afternoon guests of white, or light colors, reflect I ,
Call Collector Church. liming material is just as Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughtonwere light and make you appear I .
AND GET THE MOST ANYWHERE larger. Bright colors tend to -
harmful as not enough. Thereis Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wynnof
Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. is
write TODAY You'll be glad you did. All you visiting her daughters, Mrs. a tie up of major plant Starke. increase size while black Packs More

need is your Credit and a Deed Put the Coffee on, Suber and Mrs. Ogilvie, in foods and some minor ele- Richard Cain, Bobby gray and other dull colors ON ALL MAKES

then call, we'll be there. Jacksonville. ments when the pH and cal- Broughton, and Richard star- absorb light and make you Wood Cutting Power

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- cium is'not about right. The ling were in Jacksonville Sun- appear smaller. F4STSERVICE
only way to tell just what your day. While there, they attended Skirts and blouses of differ-
,. R & S HOMES soil needs are for a particularcrop the Tournament of ent colors cut your figure. Big brother the famous Home!>ta WI%.tMMWffameGte
10455 Atlantic Blvd. I tERMITESi is to take a sample. We Thrills at Speedway Park. These may be worn if you are Super Wiz is designed and butt to tau th* toughest

Jacksonville, Fla.I SWARMING? have even experienced that a Later on in the afternoon tall and slender or if you look ByFACTORY pounding of pulp cutting.Ideal for rugged saw-tee cutting,
i 4-8-8 or 6-8-8 fertilizer is they visited Radio Station slender. A belt of contrasting I too.New larger cylinder gives greater dfepkccnunt,mora
am interested in taking advantage of all your not what you need. If phos- WADE studios. On 'their return color is good for the tall TRAINED power.The rugged pyramid reed valve give R even ramie

EXTRA home features and would like for you to i phate or potash is extermely they went sightseeing slender figure. It makes a I power. And Homelite's new Micro-Mesh Polyester Fiber

place my name on the list of 10, so that I mightbe I low then it is necessary to through the Green Cove short, stout figure look short-I TECHNICIAN !; Air Filter cuts downtime adds profitable production time.

in line for your Big FREE offer. change the standard formulaso Springs Naval Station. er. A line of All Work Guaranteed Come in, see the new Homefite Super WIt; tod let IB
that you can build up the Baptist Church News or down the center Of the' I explain an of its outstanding advantages
Name ___-----------------r------------------ supply of either one of these Visitors who attended the figure adds height.STATE BULLINGTON'S

Address plant foods. Graham Baptist Church on I
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material does not Easter Sunday night were Mr. W9999999999999T9999999I i 1, STARKE RECAP CO.
directions to my home __--___________________--- Liming Kate Wright Appliances !
act and become available to Nipper I

taoaaa the plant as quickly as does both of Newberry FARM Phone 964.6551 1 Mi. South U. S. 301 Ph 9640221HOW
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I IIT'S fertilizer. It is to your ad- The Graham Baptist Church

I vantage to select your straw- choir sang a special number, By Mrs. E. F. MaytonALALAAAAALAAAAAAAALAAA I.- -
: berry land, have a test made "He Arose," Sunday night,
ALL and apply the needed materialas under the direction, of, Leon- I
early this summer as pos- ard Moody. The pianist was Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Blackof

sible. Several growers, dur- Raymond Moody. The peopleof Plant City, and Ray Mur- ,, l'
ing the past few days, have the church, along with me phy of Ocala were weekend
selected a piece of land that would like to express their guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.

has not been cultivated for appreciation and gratitude for Murphy. .
several years and are plan- the fine job done by the choir. Weekend guests of Mr. and
ic ning to cut the vegetation in Community Egg Hunt Mrs. Joe Wallace were Mr.

now, apply liming material if An Easter egg hunt for the and Mrs. R. A. Wells, Mrs. %
needed plant a cover crop, community was held at the Isabella Edwards, Mr. and BIG L ;:/ '

and be ready for setting home of Mr. and Mrs. Zack Mrs. J. L. McDonald and children A BITE /

strawberry plants next fall. Robertson Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. George Dins-

Insects Are Coming Around 35 people attended the more and children, all of WILL YOUR
Home garden people are not event. Out of town guests Jacksonville. Mrs. Dinsmoreand JEDERAt INCOME -T4

as alert as our farmers are were Junior Hines of Dade children will remain for TAKE OUT ffeYOUR. BREAD-. A 0 b
In recognizing insect invasion. City Lonnie Hines of Gaines- the rest of the week.

With'spring time here and as ville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck m

I growth of plants begins you Thomas and son James, of I and daughter of Jacksonville

can expect trouble from red Hampton, and Rev. and Mn. spent,the weekend with Mr.

: L'' spider and aphids. Technically Redding and children of Rai- and Mrs. H. M. Richarde. i

red spider is not a true ford. The State Farm CommunityClub .
Insect, but we class it in that Sunbeams held its regular monthly
I Claiming allowable deduction lessen d&
group along with true insects Graham Baptist Sunbeams! meeting at the home of Mrs. every can

and worms because they do had an Easter egg hunt on L. J. Swann Thursday morn- I
bite but be each
church grounds Friday for ; you must prepared to prove m.i.
damage our plants. Red spider the Ing of last week. Plans were

and aphids will usually be the children of the church. discussed for the spring lunch- Cancelled checks are proof positive. Did you pay I
found on the bottom side of eon. Fourteen members were ,

141/2 fc Flberglasa Boat Johnson "18-" Motor-Marry Tilt Trailer I the leaf. This is probably present. :;your bills with checks last year? Do so this fear, ta J,
why there has usually been peanuts potash lye or moth Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell 1 j I Ii
I severe damage before we rec- balls. spent the weekend at Weeki- any case -April 15th rolls around again ia I jmt'
ognize their presence. For If you use the poison pea- JIBOO: 3tn POT ssujids Mips '
NO OBLIGATION the home' gardener and flower nuts do not handle them with National Forest. [ 12 months. We'll welcome your checking account!

grower. malathion is your your fingers. The mole will Mrs. J. E. Edwards enter
To Be Given Away By most practical materiaL detect the scent and not eat tained for her daughter. LInda -

Another trouble that is giv- them. In the case of lye the with a lawn party last I

ing our lawns and sometimes mole crawls through it, licks Saturday. The young guests
i flowers and shrubs, a hard his feet and this causes death enjoyed an egg hunt, and a I FLORIDATI1'UiIiiu1
IMPERIAL Service Station time is moles, or sometimes from internal damage. The i marshmallow roast. I

called brown gophers. Thereis report on moth balls is that Guests of Rev. and Mrs.t '
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no sure remedy for catch- the fumes win cause death. E. F.Mayton during the week-I' J-( 1 '

ing or killing these trouble Each of these remedies has end were Mr. and Mrs. .. ; i ;: :
makers. Sometimes you can been soggested: Moles are Janes Jr. and their son Chesterfield -

S. 301 North City Limits Starke, FIa.J trap them if you have a mole hard to catch. You may haveto m Edwin Mayton. One Of 30 Banks Q? The Florida National Gro up S Member Federal Deposit IuunAce Corp.

J j I trap or you can use poison try one or more methods. and Miss. Beth Cray, all of


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CIVIL DEFENSE, COURSE are this year celebrating 50 j'TY.'t: :TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIMELROSE of Tallahassee spent the week- METHODIST CHURCH ,''be at work again after being tona Beach, Mitns, and Titus-

rYTTTyY VTYY777YYY7yyyyyyyyyyyyyryyyyyyyyy TAUGHT, IN CLAY COUNTYA. years of Scouting, and in I end with his parents, Mr. 3IELKOSE confined to his home all of vile were David Rye, Johnnie -

| Keystone? Heights> ,the. Scouts; and Mrs. A. C. Spires. last week with flu. Winters
E. [Bud] Anthony, public I Pravett, Raymond. -
KEYSTONE under ,the direction of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith,
HIGHLIGHTS relations director for Clay I' I Friends of Mrs. Ella Bela- and Michael Tyre.Fred .
Mildred Lovorn, have been Pastor
spent Friday in Gainesville.
County Civil Defense an- By Mk Alice Rothhammer wish to extend warmest I Mind of Akron.
| carrying: out their ioltlenBlQthom Mrs. Gene Easterling and Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
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By Mary K. Schaeffer nounces that 4',000 students I congratulations on her 82nd Ohio visaed the E. S. Brant-
Flower Project.. Per- I LAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA AaAArs children spent the weekend Worship 11 a. m. I
and .180 teachers in 15 Clay birthday.A leys last Saturday.We .
LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A._A AAAAIIAAIIIIAHIIHIILong _. haps you may have noticed' with her sister and broth MYF and MCF 7 p. m.
-- --------- --- County schools have been I Albert Spires attended j June 23 wedding is being I
these busy in of the ? Evening are pleased to note that
I girls one in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Worship 8 p. m.
Stresses Acute, in 26th place. He did., how- lau Jit a Civil\ Defense Sur- church yards in Keystone. To 1 the Cffdinatjton of ,Jack Watson Rothhammer and family. planned by Miss Judith Elaine Mrs. Margaret Stuart is much

Need For Teachers: ever, have a good word fo. viyal Course by means of a date, they have planted flowers I,I at Chattahoochee- S .. recently. Boy Scout Troop 109, sponsored TRINITY EPISCOPAL Crown and Charles Andrew improved and is able to be

In his talk at the PTA meeting Keystone Heights, saying that film, purchased, jointly by, the. around 'the Community I II .. by the Trinity Episcq- CHURCH MELROSE Finley. The bridegroomelectis out and around again after
Thursday night April 19 our'school has advanced more Clay County School Board I Mrs. V. Y.,Crawley and sister the son of Mrs. Ted Gorntoof confined to her home
Church, S;. Anne's Episcopal pal Church met April 17 at being
H. C. "Long, Cl County' Supt. than any other in the county and CD organization.with I I Church, and St. William'sCatholic 1.I :Mrs. Wilson visited their the Parish Church.. John Sundays 10 a. m. Church Gainesville, and stepson of for the past two week.

o! Schools, told of the acute during the past eight years. .' Church and- have T.I father, B.- Weeks, :; at Fort Walton Simms Representative of the I School 11:45 a. m. Morning Ted Gornto. also of Gaines- Weldon Brantley has beenon

Ehortag of teachers currentlyin :Mr. Long's talk climaxedan a benediction by Rev.J. ,I done. a real' professional .f job. North Florida Council of Boy Prayer and Sermon [First I ville, formerly'E. of Grandin. the sick list for the past

the Florida Schools, and interesting!? meeting. The R. Smith! and refreshments Not only have they's out Miss Philomena Goodwin of Scouts, reviewed'--the Charter Sunday, Holy Communion 9 Mrs. S. Brantley accom- week due to a very bad fall.
that 'the fourth graders entertained served Mpnr, La. is visiting Gen. p.m. Episcopal Young Church panied two of her childrenon
said situation would were these flowers l but. they must and held inspection of the He is still confined to his
not improve next year. He i with their flutes. They played T eilIae: PartyStenna water and maintain them? as and Mrs. R. P. Hollis. scouts. The Scout Committee men.Holy a school class party to home.

biamed it on tba new law that I a wide variety of pieces. Logsdon' and Denise I part of their, pr.ject. Mr. and Mrs- Hugo Wilks discussed plans for organizing Days 10 a. m., Holy the Jacksonville Zoo last Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turner

says all out- ?.tate teachers the first of which they dedicated Szabo, >bqth residents of Key- Community" Church, "Notes and children of New Smyrna a Melrose Cub Scout Communion.The Thursday. I of Jacksonville were recent
desiring fcTteach" hi Florida to their teacher, Mrs. stone Club Estates" were joint :The.I. monthly; meeting" of-the Beach spent Easter with Mrs. Pack. Anyone interested in Rev. Lee W. Heaton Mrs. Lena Dillinger, Mrs. I weekend visitors in Grandinat

shall be required ,to take an Bonnie Jcnes: "My Bonnie hostesses at the sz bo home ( WUk parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Vicar.fVVVYwYyVyyvyyvyyvyyy.. Mae Thomas, B. J. Alderman,
I C 9 m munity Churchwomen these plans is invited to attend and David Rye'were business their Rainey Lake cottage.
examination. Another reason Lies Over the Ocean." Leon on Saturday evening, April 6e held' Mon- V. Slade. almost
7:30 of
I will at : p.m. the next meeting, May After an absence
Triest the studentdirector. 14 at Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford visitors. in Palatka. last week. I
for teacher shortage is low was a party for their
30, instead of the 15 at the Parish Mrs. Turn-
I aay, April House, beginning \ Mrs. A. Hihson I! two months due to
G. had
The last several fr spent Easter with their daughter as
pay he said. Florida which numbers ends. ,Guests included Jim- date I
I regularly! May at 7 o'clock. er's health.
Easter !
once ranked 12th in the nation were folk songs sung by my and Butch Fox, Mary Ann 7. This will be the Annual and son-in-law. Mr. and Revival at the Baptist weekend visitors her

for teacher-pay is now the audience to the accom- and David Schaeffer, Harriett I Meeting, with the election of Mrs. C. A. Ford spent Easter Church starts May 13. Rev. GRANDINBy son-in-law and daughter Mr. :
I I and Mrs. James ,Schearer and i
panient of the flutes. Harper Dianne Brokas, Tom from all with thejr daughter and son- | INSUUA NCEAutoFireCauaIty
I officers and reports Kenneth Hansen of the First .
President Charles Tolford in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John daughter of Miami.V.
Gardner, Reba Hall, Joe II I official committee chairmen I ] Baptist Church in Palatka Sirs. Rebecca BrantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
presided over the business Gardner George Leath. Mc I Simmons and children of Or- \ C. Burnes entertained at'':
and Circle chairmen. A soCIal will do the preaching.A 1 Bonds and Allied Lines
meeting. Treasurer George Hall, Herbie Nelson Jimmy I hour and refreshments lando. District Girl's Auxiliary his home Tuesday night of :

irr ';A Massa reported a balance of McMurtry, Bob Jackson, Gary will come after the business Mrs- Ada 'Ford is in' the meeting will be held April 26 Weldon and E. S. Brantley I last week with an oyster sup- : Reynolds Insurance

$369.37 in the bank. Mr. I Cooper,' Faye Logsdon, Bernice -'! meeting. Bradford County Hospital in at the North Central Baptist combined business and pleasure I per.: Those enjoying the occasion -: AgencyW.

Tolford thanked Mrs. Fred Marshall Pardee Starke. last Thursday on a trip j were Miss Alverta Gornto
: (I Brune News From St. Anne'sOn Church in Gainesville. I i L. ReynoldsPh.
Dodd for making the baked Jane McMurtry, Lamar Hill Sunday April 29, mem- Miss Sandra McNeil of School News to Gainesville. While there! j Rosa Bfantley, Mrs. Annie 2701

goods booth at the Clay Elec- Dwight :Mitchell and two out- and Gainesville spent Sunday with they called on Mr. and Mrs. : Sikes, and Mrs. Babbette 2442 -
bers of the congregation The newly organized Junior
f tric annual meeting such a of-town guests, Dianne simmons Churchare Mr. and'Mrs. B.:.E. Kelley and T. A. Roberts. 1 Stoutamire of Gainesville. Keystone Heights, Fla..
friends of St. Anne's Beta Club met last week and _
success. He commended Mrs. of Starke, and Gayle cordially invited to an son. Bunyon. elected officers. They include: ( On Thursday night before: Weekend, visitors at Day- :'-::--- --

; ,Dodd for having done such a Cross of Gainesville. Mrs. Eddie J. Wainwrightand I Easter; the Youth Choir of' I ITo
the Vicarageon
Open House at President, Marvin Spivey; t
: good job after just having Keystone Indians children have joined Mr. Paran Church presented an i
Jasmine Avenue, Vice-president Diana Minton;
been in the hospital. Have Games This Week and 4 Wainwright in Lampasas I Easter Cantata under the direction I, The Voters Of
hours of 2 p.m. Secretary Sara Baldwin;
Mr. Tolford called on Mrs- The Keystone Indians base- Texas. of Mrs. B. J. Alder-I
The EYC will attend a District Treasurer, Robert McGuire.
George Schaeffer, chairman ball team played Callahan in Gainesvilleon Ray Renfro, a freshman at man. Soloist of the evening |
'q Meeting in They also 'selected a project
of the Nominating Committee, Keystone today [Thursday 1. i Southern State College, Magnolia was Ilene Strickland and''
2 Sunday April 29. which will be sponsoring a CLAY COUNTYVOTE
to present the slate of officers Friday. April 29, they will The Episcopal Churchwom-I Ark., spent Easter with Teacher Appreciation Week. narrator for the program was i

for the coming year, as play the St. Johns Country monthly his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mike Weeks son of CPO and ,
en will hold Crafts Exhibit
jt4iiVOTE follows: President Max Day School at Orange Park. Renfro. Mrs. J. C. Weeks of Grandin.
meeting on Wednesday, May
Mooneyham; Vice President Last week the Indians wentto Albert Hinnant is, in St. The Crafts Class of Faith Mrs. B. J. Alderman and FOR
I 2, at 10 a.m. The Evening
Bill Baker; Secretary Mrs. Callahan to play there Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- Presbyterian Church will hold Mrs. E. S. Brantley attendeda '-
I Alex Brokas and Treasurer, Branch of this organizationwill an exhibit at the Melrose Public Daily Vacation Bible Schol.
COUNTY WIDE ; and curiously enough, en- 1 AND ELECT
jj meet on Tuesday, May ville.Mrs.
I Mrs. E. C. Cuendet. Mrs. Louis ough, enroute. they passed the Maxie King celebratedher Library, Wednesday Clinic at the Tabernacle Baptist -

.ELECT.,. Muir moved the slate be Callahan team on its way to at 7:30: p.m. birthday on April 20 witha through Saturday, April 25-27. Church in Palatka one
_.., ----' accepted seconded: by Mrs. Keystone to play here. However The Monthly Mission Board family dinner. Work in copper tooling cop- day last week. I Ds ANTHONY
-. .P *r 4 Dick Sunderland.Mrs. with the help of the Meeting will be at 8 p.mon Mrs. B. E. Ennis and Mrs. per enameling, and photo Rebecca Brantley attended

Dr. Robert 1(. Paterson I X Charles McGlave, in Florida Highway Patrol the Wednesday May 2. Ann Howard of Dade City graph painting will be shown,I Easter Sunrise Services in Mel-

I behalf of the Junior Woman's Callahan team was intercepted Everyone is again remindedthat spent the weekend with Mr. under the direction of Miss rose as the guest of Mrs. :I

MEMBER: BOARD OF PUBLIC Club. requested that the PTA at Starke, and so they the Women of St. Anne's and Mrs. W. A. Raley. Sharon Spivey. Information I John W. Perry. BakerYOUR

INSTRUCTION DIT. NO. 1 donate money to a scholarship tuined around and went back will maintain a food booth at Kenneth Harwood of Jacksonville concerning the class will] also Mrs. arlton Quick of Da-

I CLAY COUNfYT'E I fund being administered by home to play. Somebody goth the City Park right next to spent the weekend I ba available. vie the former Miss Velma

CANDIDATE WITH THE the Junior Woman's Club for ?, smoke-signals crossed. Town Hall, on Election Day, with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tyre I -4 ."S' S-S. Seigl of Grandin, is vaca-

CfiEVTEST INTEREST IN some worthy Senior in Keystone Pancake. Supper? A SuccessSt. May 8. Mrs. N.W. Harden- and family. : ..,, ;t. 4S S .- : tioning with her father, R. L.

SCHOOLS; & ._[ .IiOOL'I High School in 1963. William's Catholic Club : bergh will be in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires Seigler, at his home in __

I AFFAIRS* -'.' Other service clubs in the area held a pancake supper in the The District Meeting of the .' Grandin.We COUNTY

.:J President 9 i'! .P, .T..-A '2 Yra.fhairman .' will be asked to donate to Recreation Hall Monday evening Episcopal Churchwomen' will S S are pleased to note that
'I this worthy cause. In order as per schedule, and tjeheld'on May 16'in Gainesville rung, April 23.
$ to
CombluedT.As. D. Mann well enough
for a student i to receive Ifils fine crowd"turned'out to eat ?' '"This 1s a 'reminder so PTA Post Script i c4'45 j

Mem. County JCo nl P. T. A.r money, he or she must 'have Aunt Jem Ila's speciality.. that advance plans may be At the regular meeting of I.P'. COMMISSIO"

Member Clay County Committee been cc pted" at 'the scho'ol of Most of 'the credit 'for the; made and so that St. Anne's the PTA last week, President S tI Keystone: .

J to Inprove Our Schools I his choice. success of the Venture shouldgo m y, be adequately: represented Tolford made it clear that it ; DISTRICT 4

Four Children in'Clay County! George Massa moved that' to Mrs. Lena Clemens who by large' number of mem-, is the policy of the organization e.autX Shop Lifelong Resident of Clay County\

I Schools the PTA give.. $50 and retain i did most of"the planning and bers. to refrain from: endorsing i Ray & Lqis Olsen! I Veteran

.' the. remainder; of their fund: ieg-work. She is very grate- St. William's News any candidate in any "-\U, Forms of Beauty Culture"One Baptist -
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THO.UOrCII: :KNOWLEDGEOF ';:. \ for I tarting the coming year.I: ful to all of her committee On, Sunday, April 29, ther election, as well as endorsing : jt of Our SpecialtiesHair Mason Shriner

Motion seconded and passed.' will be' a Bake Sale sponsored commercial products. The I
members and all the boys .- 4t Cutting i
CLAY COUNTY SjpIIOpL Mrs. Jones' class won the I' and girls who helped serve. ed'by St. William's, Altar Society PTA is non-partisan, and exists Pixie-Swan Back- i Your Vote and.. .Support.. .
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SYSTEM GAINED. BY' room-count. I At th$ conclusion of the .. after.. Mass.'. This will be solely for the good of Feather Cut

STUDIO : The meeting was closed supper door prize numbers the.first. o{ the' Summer- BakeS the children. I Rr.. McKays Realty Will Be Greatly Appreciated

-A were drawn, and the winnerswere l s, which in the past, havebeen Civic-Minded Boy Scout I Keystone 2941
'urriuc1i.. -. .. .. .... to Not only the local Girl ; (Pit Pol. Adv.)
:) ': Herbie Nelson, Mary such a convenience to are I _:_

E mancing1: ,; : ,_i Keystone Restaurant\ Ann Schaeffer, Frances Mur- summer'-visitors.: Scouts civic-minded. but we.. I "" .. .- .
Dinners Lunches Sandwiches have been hearing\ some good 3udgets elli and Margaret LeBlanc. Members of the Altar So- S "--T----t-------: .
I Salary .Schedules.. >-...I \1. Complete Food ServiceTo The main prize a beautiful ciety are reminded to start things about Tommy Bird.1 BEAM OFFERS flKEYSTONE VS
I of Mr. and Mrs. John
Contract Policies-I ')'!> A \ Take Out hand-made tablecloth and getting busy making and "fill- son r HEIGHTS. MELROSE
Bird. Tommy has been spending PLATFORMFOR
Open 7 A. M.-8 P3I.- napkins, went to a lady in ing the Comfort Bags for theVeterans'
Telcheriand all his free, time cleaning
Pin ipa1sSuper'is
Jacksonville, the sister of one Hospital in Lake SCHOOLS ':1 "ft t ,
Closed Tuesday up the Keystone Heights Cem
rs of the Catholic Club members City, which will soon be due.
Gulf Station
Btwn. Standard & 'l DIRECTORYWhen
etery. Not only will he earna BUSINESS
K'e'stone Mrs. Mary Robinson of Contents will be such "things William M. Beam of
tPd.... Pat.. .. Adv.) Heights merit badge for this proj- Keystone -
-- Melrose. This fine prize was as a box of tissue a comb, Heights a candidate for
--- ect but he should also have .
_._ 1- i---:. donated to the cause by Cmdr. toothbrush and toothpaste, the thanks and appreciationof the Clay County Board of Instruction .."q. ._- _".--; -''.. f.I. : It Comes To ..
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k -.' -- and Mrs. Ray Chance of Key- I shaving cream talcum pow- local citizens. I District 3 [comprisIng APPLIANCE DEALER ,I INSURANCEGO REAL ESTATEC.

stone Heights. der, pencil, a- stamped envelope Keystone Heights, Kings-
Personals FIRST CLASS!
. Birth Of Interest and small amount of Mrs. Margaret Hall and her. ley Lake Lake Geneva Mc- AiRE J. Pete O'Connor
Geo. E. LaRue .
f From Buzzard Bay Mass paper, and a post card ad- uncle, James Packard, have I' Rae, and Belmore] is basing Fn, t
comes news of the birth of dressed to organization.Choir .
your his appeal to the voters on Keystone Heights REALTOR
returned to their home in
I irgI Sales and Service,
Deborah Jean Hazen. She his Agt. For TRAVELERS
Practice will be discontinued Leominster, Mass. after background in Engineering -
is the first born child of Mr. for 'a time, now that ing several months in Key- and Business.He Yeoman's Electric Insurance Company REAL ESTATE

: and Mrs. Harry H. Hazen, HomeOwnersAutomobile
Z1 Easter is, past.Catechism stone Heights at the Ilgen cot- believes that strength- Service MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
formerly of this area. Mrs. Fire
and evening In- tage on Lake Brooklyn Bay. our curriculum, particu- Keystone Heights. Phone 4287
S Hazen Is the daughter of Melrose GR 5-2S71 Tel 4692 4325, Nite
larly in the Day -
Sciences and
structions will continue each Mr. and Mrs. R. Riegler of -I-
I \ ; Capt. and Mrs. Richard Lov- Monday until further notice. Philadelphia, Pa. spent; last our vocational train- AUTO SERVICE MILLWORK
orn of Silver Lake. .
Capt. ing will best
The Catholic Club is grateful week with their friends Mr. qualify our high LITTLE SANTA FK LAKE
Lovorn is ;
trying to get used school graduates for
to Clay Electric for the and Mrs E. L. Kyle on Keystone college Baker EnterprisesAuthorized Keystone
to the idea that he is now a ; and for jobs in industry.Mr. Furnished Home.

grandfather. use of their "birdcage" at the Lake. Beam feels that his Millwork Shop i bedims, guest house, dock,
drawing for the tableclothand Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson
Civic-Minded Girl Scouts Engineering U-Haul Trailer Dealer FURNISHED HOME.
I and Nelson and CABINETS DOORS
Herbie Mrs.
napkins on Monday eve- Jr., and
The Girl Scouts of America' t experience qualify him to Auto Repairs 21 Hr. Service
s mother, Mrs. Arthur solve the help Bait Shell Gas & Oil WINDOW FRAMES parlous lot, many trees, priced
Ryan and Mrs. Everett Fox County School SCREENS : terms see:

I II I Keep Experience on Your School Board! left Keystone Heights last 5y maintenance tem'& problems costs and of high Portable Available Electric 24 Irs.Welding Trim Material Associate Edna 3Iartin.

,week by car for New Orleans low Sash Made To Order
DISTRICT THREE AND COUNTYWIDE [ teacher's salaries. 2 IH. So. on Rt. 100
He also
I ,.for. Easter; The Nelsons: and states that the Keystone Heights 4656 Keystone Heights TeL 428:: Keystone Heights! Fla.

VOTE FOR AND REELECTA. i :Mrs. Ryan visited. with Mrs.NeLson's Board salary of present almost School$50 Phone 4106.

__ sis.ter, while, Mrs. Fox NURSERY JAMES IL JIcKACUEN,
week should

E. Bud !visited I sisters, New with, Orleans her parents being and her some more reasonable reducedto FLORIST Clemens Nursery REALTORS.
( Jr
THEY KNOW TIlE SECRETof ) Anthony, ; ; native town. The Nelsons: amount.Mr. Beam's Edna Williams Over 600 Varities of

S and Mrs. .Fox. arrived home j! activities over I FLORLST -NURSERY Shrubs Trees OUD1antCitrus
the ye'rs reflect E. McKay RealtorLake
-- --- his interest ,
-a- w'5-1 en Monday, while Mrs, Ryan I FLOWERS &; Azaleas PalmsHiway

s access fill living T For CONTINUED Progress, .:'remained, in New 'Orleans. for fa Civic, educational, and religious For All Occasions 100 at Hillcrest Front Property. Homes

and CONTINUED Betterment a visit with her other daugh- affairs. He is currently Melrose Phone: GR 5-2331 ZY2 Miles East of and Acreage.

and it's as simple as this: 11cr. Sunday School superintendent -, Keystone Heights
To Your School at Keystone Height* Ph. SOU
System Keystone Heights'Community I INSURANCE -
: Mrs. Frank Ilgen and Rich-
1. Know what want.
2. Figure out the cost. ard Lovorn, associate, of. S., E.I Church, active in An Insurance Savings PlanIf
I S RETURN A MAN oJ Boy Scout Troop 105, and
I : S :fMcKay at McKay Real Estate. Ii Azaleas SOc .t
3. Set definite of savings that will v ; You Live It's up
up a program I member. of the Volunteer Fire a SavingIf '. Winifred H.CRAWFORD
1. With : attended; the. Florida Association I 3' to 4' Azaleas Special $2.00 ea .
add up to the. right amount of money at the proven ability and ;,' of Realtors Edu ationaltltute'last Department, Clay County Civil You Die It's Insurance Landscaping Material Available
right time. t 1 : dedication! Defense, I Ii !i I
P.T.A. His
Thursday, April i ASK YOUR GULF MAN See Our Plants Before Tea Buy
I 4. Faithfully follow week after St 19 i organization and club affiliations -;
your program 11 : in Jacksonville at the
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week, month after month, till the total in your -S 5 S- .* -.: 2. Who- knows S the needs' andproblems .jRobert Meyer HoteL i include Keystone Heights i L. R. Brault C. Games Nursery fieg. Real Estate Broker:

;I bank book tel\s you that you're in! 1 of the School i i1 14.and Mrs.. _Rand Edel- LI6ns Community Church Masons. Keystone. lights. Tel 4558-4151. Florahome 684-4665 take Properties Acreage
Club, and '
;As the FIRST step in the right direction, open a Systems! I item and soruRand.. Jr.? from Club- School Boosters PACKAGE' STOREShaughnessy's Ranch '- Business City

Savings Account in this bank today. II 1'1.';.. Bragg NC.. are in Kejr- INSURANCE . .. ., Homes Rentals
3. Has. been honest He is
dependable, employed with the
!: oe Heights visiting Mrs.Edflstein's '
: E. I. Du Pont de & "We Take A Personal Interest
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK and fair to all Ii parents, Mr. and : Nemours Murrhee Insurance S PACKAGE STORE In Your Requirsneats*
Col Inc. at
14 mining
ii .Mrs.' Sam Gardner, and Lt.EdelsteuVs OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. ),1. DAILY
MEMBER, FJS.C.A t : it. parents, Mr. and tions on Camp Blanding. AgencyGeneral CLOSED SUNDAYS" Midway: Keystone Heights *

Your Vote! And Support;: On May 8 To Re-Elect l A. i i !Mrs. Bert Christoffers Jr., Mr. Beam resides with' his Insurance Keystone Metrcee EBffbvayAfeo Melrose ,

Friendly Bank in A. Friendk Community I k (Bud/ Anthony. Will Be'Deeply Appreciated. I, and his, grandmother: home wife and four children at' their Fire Casualty Bonds -' *, > fHiway
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\l .. Keystone Heights, Fla. ,t i: Ann Lackovitch. of White on Pecan street, Key' Affled'Unt Blue Pine Package Store & Bar' 21-rOpen Soadays.

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II e *-. 'YYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTT! their lot on Keystone Lake. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.-.. : April 13 II think] and elected'' Emory G. Benton 4.47'' J. 1<'. Lavender 12" I

.* Political KEY-STONE :, MDii. Mrs. EllsworthDpwning CHURCH KtYs'toK'E-. .. OF INTEREST nif hi dr ofS -------- -- NEWS GOLORED h t Light ---- 4.411 James Z. Lee U7
piesent. We understand Mil- Harold Boree 21.14 G. 1. Iew llJanea Ii.il
Announcements HIGHLIGHTS caucus N. J..are visiting with T.Rer. Wm-__W. Worstall_ Vicar. CITIZENS OF BRApFORD. COUNTY he- 'Wilkinson; was elected W.. Hrasier 4U6 Arcble lIC'Callman 447IL.
.. ,. .. Daily Morning Prayer, 8:30: C. BrownS 8.52 James L. fC'C rmitk l tam
-"-"' r- Mr.
M.Vl1TIifl'S parents, V" president, but we failed to get Browa 12.sO M. (;. 11cMlllian. 41.96
,- -' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, ,.. ., .-. ,-.. .. an!\ Mrs.:ton Downing at Lake' .a.m.. : Daily. Evening Prayer. 5p.m. ({By' Elizabeth Gh'emJ.) the, names of the other officer -I, L. A. 'Canova 3756: Fn'in MenlE'n 119.04
Sunday 9:30: am.i Paul A. 'Canoya V 6.iS! Johnnie H. Montgomery 12.80Milton !
rOB C.OU1iTY\COIDnSSION [Propx Preceeding! Pagel Geji va r'* Park HenryGreivea Holy' Eucharist on 1st and i AAA.A.i..4..Ai..... .LA.ALA ALA....... LASLAAAA ,i n: Carter. 1.80 Ft'rnle toodf 19.47
i'Sucis-Zt., .1.- I-S 1 T-" \yelij we had 75 peeenV in R. B. Cauman U.80 Howard C Murphy 20.71Roperi
'DIST. Z-, CLAY COUNTY Feather Court.. r is .v1s ung" he-' Lon "Do'vmmgs.fharles 3rd Sunaays each month. : Thuston t In The 1V ws I This- is the last for I Easier. Y. O1pman' lSD Carlos MUStOVe 104.46
t V A "VV meeting slz.ci. .: jjchpol on. The Fred Cole- n.96 Albert W. :Norman 6.5
wish to announce my candidacy Mrs.! W.V. A. Carpenter I BttbeV f i Lake Gtn- Morning. .. Prayer on 2nd and A 4 program will be sponsored V this schpcU year. Eddie general- grade was- 7S- per-' cent, Marcus Conant 4.17 Clifford Pickett 8.63

for County Commiss.ioner.District Aberdeen N. C;, arid 'a former eya. who has been 'a patient. 4th Sunday. Litany Service at the ,school Monday Thompkins principal; Rev. : an .J Edward Corbett 4.41
Two play County. eyston resident" ,has returned in UnivefsUy. .., Medical J Cen? on any 5th Sunday. Evening night, ,April 3,0, inciudingj! Levy Lejinon, presfd n f members.- "The* Adult; Meh H: Crawford 16.14 Lester Pre\-att 16.13

I am 52 years pf age and have to make'Tier home in tei has undergone" -- :"surgeryrecently : pfayer..5- P2F: V .V, plays, so'ngs, and speaking. :$ew Befifel'Baptist, Rev. A. wobauner: again with| Zari Pa\l1 L.Crawford Crawford' Jr lZ.SO 1.91 Harry adlt tart'1. nabb.. The Jr.: 104.46Credit 6.55

Jived in Clay County for 35 the Frank Hgen's guest ottage ) and is making' good 'Curing Lent"' Litany and You will be thrilled to see"and Vinson V S pastor. Sunday, I a grade of 100. Every man V: Bureau of Starke 8.52 JtQUI1)' EhnM. IU
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Wednesday Yrs K B. flosler .1.4 j
on Brooklyn Bay Circle. Mrs. Medita\ion\ ea.ch hear and School1 '9:3'0'.am.. 'fiTU : L. Crews 6.55 :
t years. progress. S ; those firsj .secpnc I .: 5:30pjn. : enrolled in the.class was surely -: Tiomas-D. Elmore 5. 3 Husst PIa" 1.., O
Carpenter is Mrs. Ilgen's A. E.: isbee from Cohua- 7:30'..c.pm." V .. .. V grade. 'pupils speak, sing and; $25 'was donated: to the 1 present 9.II a a'' grade: Bernard Emanuel S.61 Ray A. Salazar :!O.U;
I am a member of the Meth- .
odist"" Church Mason and I mother. bia, S.! C., Charles 'BisbeerSr.. pl y.thejr parts. Thejr! are ; Senior classti help finance ]like'f tlfot'r I'till say they I. Mar', Fence F.eIitQn Pest Co. 3d.U 9.iS nud EITHer Iph.R. Snr.Fg. nk $6V;;));;)'

I [Eastern Star.I Mrs. Josephine Oakey is : and five children of' Jacksonville .f"ftY.nY9'Y'YYn'Yyny!(f'1'l: :1" t f r"1..;,, wonderful. Please come .and j, their trip to Miami. There ;! need more competition. j jOur I I J. LirGiann' V 8.63 I Pajine SIstrunk 16.iI
and'Mr./and MrsvD'AjCarver .them. Mrs. S. C.!, are several of (kUd house R\st. 2S61 South Easlern Tank
In'I once more back at her little ; seniors !this
am vitally interested pastor, George Chism.j i AurehulCl green Gro. 8.3 r Service 11 01
and sis hidren of BRQQ K.ERBJ ch'u-rch 'who faithful I I
Price/ teacher. are '
cottage at the White Feather I U.S '
the growth and welfare of will be aosent from Ihe'ljigh-1 I HE'st.-By b T. Thom. Truck
I ineitW.Qriflis I
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th county. Court after being hospitalizedat Sanford. were .ai1. visitors at $chool Ne s I church1. .. workers r.. f : j,' land ,hirc1next 'Sunday'morning F. Griffis 1.80 322 Stop 42.26

;i t earnestly and sincerely University Medical Center the horde, of Mrs. Charles' Bis- Shirler..GtfeD The enioir} Class. plans to: 1 1i AU'member's' of Choir 2' are : ; as he is attending a'' n.DolPh Grltis' 21.14 Starke Cabinet Works :!I.U
with a broken leg. bee, $,I:. .at Lak? Geneva over i visit Miami the weekend of asked-tot( nd choir rehears I .. his Ii IiHOp1e Jke F. GrubE'r $.30 StarKt' Dry C'Ieaners 31jr..1tIf :
omm at home Starb fladIo and
jask for your active support ; !{ Service Station 33.63"
:)l n ld"vote for me on May 8. Frieiids of Mrs. Irene Russell "weekend. 'Mrs. Carver' is .AAAALAA4AAjALIAAAAL&a. .: May 3f Twenty-four! Seniors al! 91the. following dat4; ;I., in'Georgia.: Rev, T. M. IClar! Billy LHagait: 4.41 I Television, lUJl.pcor :::. ;

,1962.. who wintered at White Mrs. Bisbee's daughter! while Mi! ,. anjLMrs. M.-L. McLeod i and. three chaperones' will I April26,' Mayr3May: ;10.lWe": enQgJ 'Ipiight; ,: will preach"for I Hall'W. 1aiie 10.HI i.n : tarke w, ,.rStuilsUlI Ue-l'ap( Co.Jaek U7l1 :.u
th mert her sons.Kyle'McMurtry Atlanta, Ga. spending I leave Starke.at 10:47: : on are'looking' forward'to'naving I i 2114
-RAYMONp TRE\Y Feather Court this year will aje: p are p.m. us Sunday morning, and Brp. ward Hampton %.80 I Peey lIlU\'an :
be sorry to learn that she has has returned this week with Mr. .and Mrs. May. 3 on, the,Palmland. arrivI; a hew choir"memfcer. WUKamiBilly i il :; 'will" be 1 Willie E. Harper 4.47 John l.'dfl 12 Ii 1111
I George back at horn Colon Thom\s' j5
? 7.80
been in poor health"since re- 'from 8: business trip. to Tommy Hamilton and family.John ing 1 in Miami .at 8:35 a.rn4 !I l .]' Pierce. Jr::, who: was I, Sijpday night.ye : I Ii (Din leqre1vtn UE'ndE'non'Harvey. :n.U D. L. 'rb\lWas J.lIiSJOlepq

*t: FOR COUNTYCOMMISSIONER tuining to her home in Grand Missouri.V V V and Joe GreenS were May' 4.. A charter; bus, willi I bapttzedflast' Sunday.. We b:.. Hildebrand U1 J. W. Thoms 21 :22:!
TJIlm'an 47Hkry
DIST. 4 Rapids, Mich. last month.Lt. 'Mr. and Mrs J. W.. Simeral' Friday ,night ,and Saturday; !meet the.party: on arrival and I welcome'newcomers..' : 'i j \ are really proud with of the I Luther F.J'.Hodges lIipp 12.01..47 Tmt''s Murray SeJvl St. :;:4:'Iit:

Col. and Mrs. David have returned from a four guests .of Mr. and Mrs. nMessxnore take th m pn a four-hour i AU persons'born/in. May are start TJP have. mjde 910- John Hofer 1.97 Trr-1fe-Cafe: S ..il:
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RE-ELECT 0- J. MURRHEE Nelson and their house guests.i I day :Tilsit, with friends hi Or- ; in Ocala. sight-seeing tour of Greater asked to V see.''your birthday 'I Junior Union in th'e Highland I Alta' \1eat' Johnson& Son U.80 I Bruce lnderhiU'Tyson Drin-Inn t' s oJ)
f. A. R. Johns
'oUt County Commissioner Mr, and Mrs. Milton F. Crow-I I lando. 'Mr.: and-Mrs- P, M. Vickeryand Miami, .terminating at the-Sir I captain, Mrs: Clara 'DeSue, ?o I f C1i\! h. For twp Sundays wg Gr9. lOUIi I Uiity Cafe ...:
District 4' (Kingsley Lake, Mc- Sgt. and. Mrs. Richard Bar- David of Gainesville visited. John Hotel where will that', financial report be I :nave made with our Junior i (ihu8 Jobnson 4.47 Andrew TatDf'1O 4.i
ell, have been seeing the ,. they. a- can in the Noel P. Jo'nE'r 6.55 : eranford WarreD ::1: 14
Rae Belmore and Keystone ton of Charleston. S. C.. are for tile I f Union Highland &.5;) Theron n. Whidden. Sr. Ii ,
sights in Florida for two Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards say until May 6. The class i given May, Birthday. .ug\ltlt 'ICnllrnan ,
Heights) county-at-large. Heights on a 15 Club. 'V < *,. : I' Church,. For two Sundays Irma a. Kennedy 4.47 Irs. Mae "UMt 4 4.
weeks. They have visited in Keystone and family Sunday. will leave Miami on the Silver 3.22 Mdie 4 4 j
Your support and vote for Clearwatei Beach. Homestead day'l leave. With them is their David remained for an over- I Star at 12:40' p.m. sU < ay.1 The Women's" Missionary I there: 'ere ,,13 Present. True, I.lIorees Floyd ki5g'i T u'k Stop 4l.2 ,! J. R. 'K IIT. Tax collector.

me will assure continued progressive and Everglades National Park. small daughter, and infantson. night visit, V arriving in Starke. at 6:55:' i Convention :Will 'b held start; we had_ beginners primaries, I Mack Lane 31.5 6.;);) I radford County V Florida.Zt .
.fline'on if Lansdell
1 and economical administration -\ Their latest trip has been to They are guests of Mrs. Mr. :and Mrs. Bill Rimes, p.w-. V I I ing'' Thursday. 'J4 y"17. Your juryprs, "and' intermediates"i i! -

of your County Gov- Silver Springs. The CrowelTs Barton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and. daughters of V Roanoke! The; trip is intended.. to be ; cooperation' Is asked for tillS aij| together. We organized )II

ernment. I expect to leave Friday for Harold ,Ridaught. Sgt. Bar- Va. and Mrs. Frank; Tmney! one of enjoyment for the Seniors tot be1. a... financial'and. spiritual, l''[ an arg getting ready" to really Il i iI '

I will appreciate your vote tneir home in Cambridge, ton's parents are Mr..and Mrs. of Gainesville visited. :Mr. and ; but! mainly- serve as i success; <. I l go to work in this "depart(\oaent.L ; .

I and support on May 8. Mass. I Earl Haynor of Lake Geneva. Mrs. Earl,prefJ Friday after- ar\. educational tour. Many I -1.T-i .t V I S I II I'L.Np, we are not trying to work happens 100 YEARS

-0. J. Murrhee Mr. and Mrs. George La- I The boys and gir4! of Keystone no m. V V RJE students. have never'vif-i YYYYYY.YvYyvYyyyvvvcLAY ,'. .I all. .. of these. together.. I We' are. ago

Rue of Keystone Club Estatesare Heights School were entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamilton -I ited Jacksonville; and it "is I trjing to get enough together

CLAY COUNTY VOTERS: building: a new home on I last week when 'the .ot. S.t., Petersburg were hoped that the trip to Miami I HILL1AAAAAAAAJAAAAAA for all to do some work', then The oldest Incorporated trade assoctefion fa the eotrotr, the

V I J Bradford High School Glee weekend guests of Mr. anfl will allow them a short insight \ they will have work to do in. United States Brewers Association, was organized- in 1S62 ..
Your support and vote for I Club direction of '" ; each group. Bring your child foe same year thatKTFLORIDA
j under the Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton. into large city life; the "experience -i, .
me as your representativefrom to PAV! 4 II- !@ 4 and help make this effort a _
I Miss Frances Poe, came S ,
action for improvement of our Mr.and Mrs Wilson Green of a train trip; plus I

of Public District Instruction 3 on the of Board Clay!' educational system throughoutthe I Keystone to give a concert. and f mi1y'of Jacksonvillewere : :: the. ppportunity to sightsee'' .. A A A..A I success. '

county.I | Mrs. Gladyce' Bachmann left weekend:: guests of Mr. between Starke and their des-. 1 I The V folks of Long Branch : _
County will insure of: j I
earnestly and sincerelyask I j Sunday: for a vacation trip to and Mrs. Dave Green. They tination., : a birthday 'dinner : t
1. Souni: management of gave surprise\ -
your school budget. 1 for your support .nd? vote i New Orleans. I enjoyed an egg hunt Sunday ,, The families. of the Senior. I at the church Thursday j I NOTICEproviled

2. Prompt and courteous ; on May 8.Thank. j Mr. and Mrs. Huoert Rid- afternoon. V ; Class are urged to write their i ilelatives I afternoon of last week honor: .

aught and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinhol- in Miami concerningthe ing" their"pastor.i Melvin Watson. -'I !\s by Chapter 20723,
to school problems. you
.attention i Atts of 1911 Notice is hereby
'I former Keystoners, now living I ste.r of Jacksonville visited visit of the group. The
3: Immediate and efficient' C. H. [Chuck] Newman The preacher received.i given that tangible personal
.4 in South Florida, spent last i Mrs. Rosa Pintiolster Sunday.! Seniors will 'be allowed to.. numerous presents that he'I property taxes assessed for the

I -- week in this area with rela- Mr. and Mrs. a. A. Guest 'make short visits with their'! was' t' expecting. I year beginning of 1361 are April now delinquentand 1st such

I and Suzie pf Nashville, Ga., families but the relatives must The Clay Iiii Church hada taxes'are drawing interest of

tives.Miss Gasle Cross of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Les Hardee, Sr. call in person at the hotel and I nice dinner and egg hunt j lone proportionate per cent per COcO month<* publishing plus the

spent the weekend with of Jacksonville Sgt. and Mrs. be properly identified before Easter Sunday Iternoo 1. The I, this notice. Unless the amounts

I I Reba. Hall. : Les Hardee, Jr. of"Atlanta, any visiting passes will be is- : Long Branch; Church people set are opposite paid before each the name 1st day below of

Mrs. Lyda Few arrived last : Ga., and B. F. Guest oif Paducah sued. had V thpir egg hunt Saturday. May 1962 warrants will be issued ', ', a handful of determined patriots Tampa

Sunday by train for a visit' Ky. were visiting Mr. The Senior Class issued, the j afternoon.' and. all. the youngsters the thereon seizure directing of the levy tangible upon fo h1I91| f'days, finally preventing In lot nded invasion by

with her son and family Mr. ; and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. plea to the community for !I ,-' enjoyed. .. it very much., personal property of the tax- I two Union! ships, v hich fled. All I! florida cheered this f feat S with
the weekend. I assistance in their payers for unpaid taxes, penalties f beer.
over financing I
Bill Fe'T.Mrs. I II glasses
and Mrs. I : Jimmy Lang was home from i I and additional costs. Theziame
: Mrs. Mary Green returned trip to Miami, and the follow-!
I : of personal
I, Richard Lovorn left I the servic for the Easter holidays. -! delinquent and the For even then beer was Florida's traditional beverage -
Sunday after a two weeks visit ing churches and organizations property taxpayers !
this week for Buzzard Bay V It is hard for us to amounts of taxes including thecost I of modera o :.'BeeJ' still provides enjoyment -
Miss. to visit with Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Bob came to their aid: The Carnation ;( ,believe that these boys were ;I of advertising and the firstmonth's I for Floridians, and a good living for many

and to I Blaw in Crystal River. Social and Saving Club : '. I penalty are as follows 21.14 of thern_- 0ot? 9,011h|employees! of the Brewing
Mrs. Harry H. Hazen I II leally 'little\ lP? s" about 16 Aroorn Service Station i =
?' Mrs. Lloyd Dyal visited Mr. gave a donation, of $18.35: ; !; 'I Robert H. Arn 6.55i lndustr 1jell| but also t9r. f lorida farmers and _
meet her new granddaughter years ago when this correspondent I \
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and Mrs. Harold Sorrells and Bethlehem Freewill Baptist. i Azalea Motel Differ suppliers of tlielnaterials brewers use.
I I Deborah Jean Hazen. Mrs. first came to Florida. Haywood Barton 4 47 I
daughters in Jacksonville several Church, ,Starke, Philadelphia. : 6.55 I
V Hazen is the former Linda [ H5; Now they are grown, spme Charles Heasley 2t54V TODAY in its centennial year the United States '
;: days last we k. Church, Law- Bel Air 66 Service Station '
Lovorn. i iI II Baptist with families, and some in the Bells Oarage 8.63 I Brewers Association still works constantly to assure
i I Mrs. Florrie :Hamilton ot tey, $5.05'; Pleasant. Qrqve : se.vyice. Well, we. are surejygetting R. D. Bennett 6.97 I maintenance of high standards of quality

.' VV I Bra I CHURCH Mrs. Z. W- Hamilton this Pleasant
I' All last week Jim Strick-
I ,KEYSTONE HEIGHTS week. Methodist Church: Starke.! \

Mrs. A\ Rqin pf Archer. visited ; 3.2; l icw Bethel Baptist? \ i land the husband was very -5
Hi-Miter R-C J. Smith pastor Ralph Mrs. Mamie Sat- 25" American sick and we didn't get much
R. Hodges. Cfeurch, Star e, | ; .
Copeland, Minister of Music ujrdayv V '_ Legion Auxiliary! $29., Thp : done except"take care of him. '-- 0
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i For ond tarn and, church organist.. Mrs. Amanda Lewis V entertained Seniors: are grateful! for this We forgot'one. article [the following -rf"o\ __' I '
City '
t I' ] that- we should have M1 !iJ! __
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Trucks. Services: Sunday School 25 children Friday afternoon aid. I .

I Tread and body that 9:45: a. m. Morning; Worship, with an egg hunt ac Club. News Tvritten. Are we forgiven 666'I ; .8.W 'Y-@J.; ;r :

$$1 595! 6.00 x Utubtyp.. mtan.low- aitttrvlct. 10:50: a. m. Training Union her home. Out of town guests The Fiesta Social Club will again? I I c_ ._ --:_.::,. --- ...... -- --- _. ,
-The Clay Hill PTA met
on4 m. Evening services and ,
S plui tax. ;. luilt with touohtf 7:00: p. were' Mrs. Lewis : not have its regular meeting .

tin 3.T trlpl..terapwe4 8:00: p. m. You are invited to children of Starke and David this week. It will be changed I __-- V 5 ---- .. u .I.111'"

,, forslz.L23afl Nylon mdl share famUy' Prayer time withus. Vickery 'ot Gainesville. until Saturday night. May 5, V -S

V $4995 tubrp, Pay for you* Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Court- because many of the members .

plus, tax and. tIN at you haul.r.cappabl. ney of .Gainesyille and Mr. will be out of town to AREA BUSINESS.DIRECTORY n j I

COMMUNITY CHURCH and MrsHugh. Colson. Jr. attend'another meeting.-Mrs.Gladys .
and: family of Santa 1$ were
Blye reporter; Clarence -
Sunday guests o{ Mr. and DeSue President.
Go Goli Dr. A. C. Holt MinisterMrs. Mrs. Tommy Hamilton and: I Church News. ._'o:o V I- _...-I" .. .'. -

.- Gewge A. Canova Org3J54V family.. V Now that the Easter holidays AUTQ 1J .4EESV. AUTO SAL S & SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIES POWER SAWS
Mr., and Mrs. Frank Tinney; the usual schedule I I -
and\ Director. are over _...;_ ,_ .L ..__ ... <
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; Richard Cushman Youth Dir. and sons and Mr. and Mrs.F. for services\ Is back in VOLKSWAGENSales Johnson & Paris, Me C U LLOC H
M. Vickery and David of Hull's Brake Supply
I I: GOODMAN S Service Sta2tIQii!! -Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. 'Bill On Sunday April 29,, at .7 -:KRAKi'SPEClALiStS"Every..., fo -."' r':. .,' '. Service Part Inc.Complete Line. of CHAIN SAWS

SEEBER D. GOODMAN Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Rimes and daughters of, Roanoke pjn. the All Male] Community 'For Car or Truck Miller-Brown Motors SEEDSPLANTS- NEW-USED SALES

t .U. S. 301 at South City'Limits Youth People '1 p.m. Pio- Va., Jimmy Cox. Becky Chorus will be at our churchin Turning Grinding Relifilng Inc. FERTTLI7EE.SInsecticides 8VICEFlorida

V rjeers-, 6 p! ,'m.M Pressley, and Dian Dukes ofLake regard to the educational While You' Wait' FR 2-3552 -Pet Supplies Saw Co.
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.. .. Butler Mr. and Mrs. 1111 S. Main Gainesville
I : program.-Rev. Louis McKay 1030 E. University Ave. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'N.
r// .. . 'Fit 2-9829 FR '-> ii
Alan Messmore of ocala Mr.
f pastor; Mary McBride report GainesvilleB 224 W. Eli Ave. 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.

KEEP BILLY MATTIIEY% INCQNGRESS and, Mr.Mrs.and Roy Mrs.Green Earl and Green family er.Mt.. Pisgah A.M-E Church A'tTti RADIATORS- Gainesville.FR 2-0478 Fin.HIFlSTEREO Gainesville-.

I and family Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rev. J. A. Grimmage pastor.A SEWING MACHINES

EIGHTH DISTRICT preen and family, Mary Jane wonderful Easter programwas Butler's Radiator, & G Motors Co.
and Billy Bigham Suzie Guest held Sunday afternoon I Sewing Machine I

V' [.of Nashville, Ga., Mr. and at 4:30 with Miss Bertis ServiceMost F85 HILL5IAN Top Tunes"The I Service Co-

-1 V I'Mrs. Eudell Vaughn and Parks as mistress of ceremonies Cores In Stock Sales and Service Biggest Little Record |
; 1. Born: V 3U i anopy, Flori a. Resident i [daughters, Mrs. Ernest Edwards -I of Mt. Pisgah; Flora Repairs All Cars .- Trucks. 200l"N. W.. 13th. Rt. 441 Shop in the South" i iI j| New Home White

; V of Gainesville for 26 years i and family Mr. and I Bell Hudson, mistress of ceremonies National. Trailer Rental. FR 6-7515 HI-FI Stereo Component Dealer I;l Sales Necchi -Service Tfaff

,. :,Mrs T. W. Markey. and Mr. ,' of 'Ebenezer Baptist; 519 S/W. 4th"Ave.- Gainesville .. -V-4V.\ .. .. Pilot Harman Karden On& All :Slake

c V 2. Teacher (AB, MA-tf. of F.), Leg i.1rs. Kenny Green all enjoyed i, and .Ola B. Scott as .the pro- r. -S .FR' 2-W96 DODGE.i'L\jCEB' KLH Fairchild Garrard 815 Repairs W. Univ. Ave., Gainesvln
rtn Easter egg hunt and Pic'inic gram director. .'" ., 811 W. Union Ave. GainesvilleFR
jslator SmcA 8761075ROOFING
I Sunday in the woods. 2-2728
.1 .1 The Missionary Union will -- -
SALES & SERVICE Sales1 Service
V AUTO Parti-
3. Veteran. ., World War II (Captain., fish For In Park be held Sunday April 29, at .. t0o
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V Infantry) V There will be a fish fry j:, Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church. IMPERIAL :..- CHBYSLEUPLTMOVTH ,I

\ V '. :'Saturday- afternoon in thefpark. :'I I Rev. J. A. Grimmage pastor. YALIANT Poole-Gable; Motors Ch'Gainesville's The. Helzel l o.

+'," 4. Member: Kiwanis, American t Legion i; Serving will begin at :i I All Missionary ladies seniors Authorized. Sales Parts. li9 S. E. lii.'Avi- GainesvUleCONCRETE I ROOFING*
1 5 p.m. Prices for the supper and juniors are asked to wear Most Fashionable
I i Service V METALS
V V: V; V Elks,. Moose, Knights of PyV I will be $1 for adults. and 50c i white. S Address For Ladies SHEET

V V thias; Elder of Presbyterian Church for. children. I I Dinner will be served at the HawesPpwersMotor t ..... ,. ..1.-\-- ;. ;V V DRESSES SUITS -COATS) Job Too AIR Lrge CONDITIONINGNo Or Too Small

V ,. .*" There also will be pony rides : church with Mrs. Manevia PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES '
202 S. E. 4th St.: Gaioe >Ulo
S 5. Member 83rd 'through 87th' Con- and a cake walk. i AU .Co.FR *
....4 \ : C n .i\. ( ICTTT : Holmes host president. f'- S 105 W. University. Gainesville FJf t9\

$' gresses; Member: House Commit.r All' proceeds will- go toward :: members and friends are Invited 2-ZU1. S V '-- ........
V the purchase of uniforms' and i it to attend.-Johnnie M. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR MOVER VACUUM CLEANERS
t i 204 N. Main, GainesyilleUsed I,
k 1 :tff: P!! J.1Utr!: .. .r l' t equipment for the men's softball ;. Hills, reporter. CONCRETE ODUCTS'ARE''l"1tY.
team Can_- :i2N.Uaa! 7.PpOVSMpht1 V Gainesville !

: V 6. ut r a4 4ijior p.f 12 yital I ILtER.fl I I School The annual Activity May Day Fes- FK 6-1449 Ed f :@ml MayflowerLOCAL All It Needs 3tekef Repairs Of Vacuums"If

Laws *
: ; tin will be 'held from 1 to. To
Bring In KirbyV
D. R. !
(Billy} ftglta* LINCOLN HEBCUST Iii.
3 pjn. on the RJE: High I j AND LONG NEWfSED VACUUMS

Sr COMET, -. .FIAT. -. METCOR. 728 S. FR 2-4844 f
School grounds. AU schools Mato 7: Authorized Kirfcy Distributor
V Friends And Eellaw# Voters EE P"BKTUC Inthec\ Authorized Sales Service Gaihesvffie. Fla. DISTANCE MOVING !
My ; : p nty will participate. ... 'Part V V .Storage And CratingGalneWffle Kirby

1 "II "'*.* ,: 4 ... V (\\ Activities :-will Include May FR ,- U.\\
Trained Mechanics Ckod
"It will be mrcontinued! policy! to be fair to aU of our-popIe-.youji! g and 1 .. CLASS. tOITOH- lOAfS Pole plaiting, dancing stunts .oo -5- tJlt S S Vt Sales & Service
and Music will be provided -! ,
old. I have vl! not j lnaJQ t JfjV =-- ELECI'NQTRSE1ectjc "MUSIC SUPPLIES 12 8. W. 1st GainesvilleFR !
nol {ttt\ |pjj ,df ) Ip""y pjessure I by the RJE band, under: : I 1-- 67110WELDING

group. I pledg to continue! !! ,my {i igy ,a !ins. C2-.f.1DJu.9.\.Ih!: \ 'hjch. overshadows : '( the direction of L. B. )fonrOe.P1enyogooSW1beCfl. .Y Motors I
1 !'. V ] ejS y.Crane. l nti n'l Music Store _-V_ -1 o_
all ofout!! !. grgqt Rrpbjej\! W1LPAMSLRY, "' sale. and the. public is invitedto ,. Motor ,
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; SINcEREjYS attend this grand affair. Motor Co. Repair Co. '* Since imKRAKAVER
Univer J \ tq
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"F' f T r* : All parents 'are invited 'toattend" rExbtisu l'oplAcEq qc'Siot CABLE i CompanyPipe
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MATTHEWS : REPAIRS the PTA-meeting Wednesday BENZ' VOLVO I !PIANOS PJANORGANS :, Columns Steel brleao
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Bitt'! ,
WTIUS-DMONDS night at': 8 pm An Authorized Sales & SerVlce ; Y--" : CIJOKD ORGANS J159-J375! iou Steel EeplEf Truck

All Yrk Guaranteed interesting'program has been a.comt.V .!e'o V ,:: AND SERVICE Guitars -Drum* Bheet BodIes 4raUtrs

planned for' your listening Makes' "Distrfljutor of MticBl1iefs SPBCEU/ I58IGNOfllIi
) : .' A. C Williams V '. .
YOUR ''VOTE IN THE MAY 8 PRIMARY WILL BE APPRECIATED= 142 W. Call St. pleasure: wider the direcUon 50 Untrerslty Lye. New Lincoln Moton" Iron' Work
V of Band Director Monroe If S V MafaT
lr 519 S. Gainesville
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Easter music for the program during the Sunday is with the
now employed
school, with two selections School hour Sunday morning, MAXVILLE A my& P in Jacksonville.We SERVICE MEN i Appropriate Easter services I I CHRIST HOLINESS CHURCH
I were held at the Gospel Tabernacle 3 Miles South 301
each from Mrs. Rebecca Ju- with poems pieces and songs. are sorry to learn that on 324 W. Brownlee St.
sick's room, :Mrs. BeatricePutch's | last Sunday starting I Sunday Bible Classes 10 Sunday School. lOa. m.
By Airs. D. E., Hill 'I Thirty were present at the By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mrs. Dorothy Waters' father. AND WOMEN with a Flannelgraph story of
.. room, and Mrs. Lily church Saturday afternoon, A. L. Rehberg of Macclerufy, I the Resurrection in ; a. m.; Assembly Worship with Morning Worship*, 11 a. m.

IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.ASchool Barnes' room. The glee club'! when an Easter egg hunt and 1 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL4CoverdaieNorth suffered' heart attack last Bible i the Lord's Supper 11 a. m., Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.

NewsA also took part in the program, I! weiner roast party were held. week and is a patient in Daniel I School. This was followed i Evening Assembly Worship m. Wednesday Prayer Meet

made up of students from the j, PersonalsMr. Memorial Hospital, Jack- I by the Easter Story in song, : 6:30p.m. I ing, 7:30 p. m. Saturday

program on the Bible was 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John North II sung by the children. Special Wednesday Bible Classes, I II Youth Service 7:30: p. m ..*
sonville.Mr. Airman 3-c Allen B. Crews i I
and Mrs. T. J. Ellis have announce the marriage of I musical numbers also I
presented at were I
Hampton Elementary 7:30
Carolyn Canova, music teacher I p. m. David T. McGhee, pastor.
School moved recently to Hampton their daughter. Jewel Eliza- i and Mrs. Bill Roberson son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel featured. I

George Eager of Monday Valdosta by directed the program.On Lake from Belle Grade. beth, to David Burton Cov- and daughter of Lake City G. Crews, is being assignedto I. I

Ga., who illustrated his talk, Thursday, the last day Miss Jessie May Brannenof erdale. son of Mr. and Mrs. were weekend guests herewith Columbus AFB, Miss., following -:. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST SHOP ANYWHEREFOR
before the Easter holiday I
j Dorothy Waters and his graduation from
with flannelboard Bartow spent the Easter Lee Coverdale of Noblesville, I CHURCH
and pic weekend Easter egg hunts family.Mr. I the Air Force technical train-
tures. Students weekend with her father, J. J. Ind. NEW OR USED
in !
part were the order of the day for and Mrs. Ray Pellum I ing course for aircraft engine j, Sunday
singing. Brannen. and her brother The wedding, was solem- School 10 a.m.
Mr. Eager, whose I the two lower classes. Mrs.Barnes' nized Friday f/ening, April :and children of Jacksonville mechanics at Sheppard AFB, Morning Worship, 11 .
on am.Training
R. A.
work is independent and Brannen. Then Come See Us!
nondenominational -
first and second grade I
guests of Mr. Texas. Airman Crews studies
were Sunday Union
20, at 8 o'clock in the Max- I 6:30: p. m.
has given his Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Brownof I
had their hunton ;
children egg and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and- the operation and maintenanceof
ville Baptist Church by Rev. Evening Worship, 7:30 m. ;
talk at several other schools. Jacksonville spent Easter .
i the front schoolyard and I WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL
family. i reciprocating aircraft engines -
W. O. Mathis. I Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
Sunday with their parents, j i iI
Equipment for the school Mrs. Patch's 2nd and 3rd Miss Eleanor Johnson ofJacksonville : and related systems. He 7:30
The church beautifully I p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. I
playground ordered by the ', grade had theirs at the Otto Ownbeyof decorated with Easter lilies was a weekend'II is a graduate of Bradford UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour
PTA has been received and Hicks Jr. farm south of Keystone Heights and Mrs.
guest of Misses Shirley HigI High School.
and fern. The wedding music FOR FINAL
T. P. Brown of Hampton.Mrs. I
two pieces installed. The bicycle Hampton. j
and Kilgore.
ginbotham Mary -
played Henry Well- Authorized Dealer
was by
rack is located to !I Fourth and 5th grade girls J. W. Home and Mrs. I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley Al W. Garner chief en- I
I hausen, cousin of the bride, I : 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE
: Richard May drove to New I
east of the school building!! challenged the boys of that and Henry Wellhausen] and and children, Mrs. Hattie Nolan gineman USN, son of :Mr. and Notice is hereby given that I1!
and the horizontal ladder is :' room to a volleyball game Port Richie Wednesday to': Parrish have filed my final returns as .
and Miss Patty Mrs. Charlie L. Garner of
1, bring Mrs. R, C. Williams and I jI Peggy Smith sang, "Wither executrix of the estate of General -I
up on the south : and after two games
playground. Thursday I Thou Goest I Will Go" and : were visitors in Jacksonvillelast i Starke is serving aboard the Lee Kersey deceased; that
The third piece the triple,i,,i called it a draw. Sixth, 7th sons back to Hampton, and !i iI Friday. I destroyer USS Bearss recently I have filed my petition for distribution -
"I Love You Truly. That's Our Business"If
| Mr. Williams drove up Friday -: and for final discharge GLASS
horizontal bar unit urived and 8th graders made up I
; Mrs. Richard Norman and observed by President Ken- and that on May 4th,
The bride, who was givenin I
with one fitting piece missing cheering section. for the weekend.Mr. son Ricky of Highland spent nedy during a two-day visit I 1962, Friday at 10:00.M.. for It's Glass We Have It"
marriage by her father,
and Mrs. Carl Beck and I I j approval of said final returns -
and for this has Christian Church Children CALL WRITE VISIT
reason not was dressed in a gown of Monday with Mrs. Dorothy to the Atlantic Fleet in Nor- and for an order of distributionand or
yet been installed PrincipalJ. Present Program, Have Party family spent the Easter week- white Chantilly lace and tul- I Waters and family.Mr. folk, Va.Julius. for final discharge as executrix r FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSIIEA'S
end with relatives in Alabama. of the will of General
C. Hobbs said. Three children's classes of
and Mrs. Bootsie Can- Lee
lenet of starchednet
over layers
On Wednesday last week the Hampton Christian Mrs. Marian Weest and Mrs. April 6. 1962. GLASS CO.
and taffeta. The long non have moved back to Max- S. Kowatch, electri-
Peggy Sassee of Miami were INEZ ANDERSON,
ville from Jacksonville and cian's mate fireman, USN Executrix
sleeves tapered to Calla] lily
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE I points over her wrist. She are living in the Fannie Grif son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius THOMAS & PIERCE I (NOT INC.)
Brown and Mrs. T. F. Brown Attorneys at Law "
Thursday.Mr. II wore a crown of seed pearls fis home. Kowatch of Route 1, Starkeis 203-205 North Temple Ave. I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
attached to her veil and car- Friends of Mrs. Mary V. serving aboard the attack Starke, Florida We Design Modern Store Fronts
and Mrs. O. L. Simmons 4-12 4t 5-3
C. Jones Funeral Home ried a lace covered white. Mosley [Aunt Dumpie] will i carrier USS Forrestal, which I _______ Just Mail Us A Pattern For
and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director and children spent Sunday Bible centered with a white I be glad to know that she is j was also among the ships I IN AND COUNTY FOR JUDGE'S BRADFORD, COURTIN Table Tops

improving after a two weeks I observed by President Ken- COUNTY,
Starke, Fla. afternoon at Marineland. Mrs. orchid. I of I I RE: Estate of 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR24353NATURAL"
the home the
The bride chose as her maidof illness and is at nedy during his visit to
Ida Parrish of Earleton spent I FRANKLIN E. BROWN
RENTAL SERVICES honor Violet Burnsed and her granddaughter, Mrs. Joe Atlantic Fleet. deceased.
last week here with her son-
Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Lucas. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION!
her bridesmaid her sister
was ,
in-law and daughter, Mr. and FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF'
Mrs. E. L. Brown. Helen North. Joe Coverdalewas Mrs. Lyle Schmehls and Army 2nd Lt. Thomas.. EXECUTRIX. |

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and best man for his brother. daughters of Laurel Bay, S. Long Jr., son of Col. and Mrs. TO ALL: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ''

C. spent the Easter weekend T. T. Long of Starke, recently
daughters spent the Easter Acting as ushers were Roger I I Notice is hereby given thatI
KEEP here with Mr. and Mrs. Bu completed the one-week man- have filed my final returns as'
North, brother of the bride,
\ weekend with relatives in and Executrix of the Estate of I
Bradenton.Mr. and J. D. Padgett. Ringbearerwas ford Higginbotham family. agement of mass casualties Franklin E. Brown deceased: :
FLORIDA GROWING at the Medical Field that I have filed my petition for''
J J. D. Padgett, Jr and course
and Mrs. Martin Moshet distribution and for final dis- '
returned home Friday after i flower girl was little Miss I Doss Higginbotham, accompanied Serving School, Brooke Army charge, and that May 7, 1962.I I '
KEEPEXPERIENCED I Rhonda Padgett. Miss Marie his son, Franklin, to Medical Center Fort Sam will apply to the Honorable j
several weeks in Port Jervis, Theron A. Yawn, County Judge
New York. Taggert kept the bride's book. I Jacksonville last Sunday eve Houston Texas. During the! of Bradford County Florida, for I i
LEADERSHIPIReEIect Immediately after the wedding ning and stayed until Friday. course he received instruc- approval of said final returns ,
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I and for an order of distribution I
Raymond Kilgore, after I tion in the effects of nuclear I
Frank Clark at HamptonLake I a reception was held at I and for final discharge: as Exe-j I
I more than 20 years of service warfare with emphasis on prior cutrix of the will of l'
Wilbur C : the home of the bride. The E'I
last week was :Mrs. : .
Brown, dc;>ct'ased.pril 11, EconomicalPHONE
the U.S. Air Force received for Dependable
i with planning and practice --
Clark's father from Valdosta wedding cake was cut anti Hhoda E. Wiggins
I I served with punch by Misses his honorable discharge survival. Lt. Long entered I Rhoda E. Wiggins

; KINGFLORIDA Ga.Carl Rhoden, son of Mr. I II I Shirley Higginbotham, Mary in Biloxi, Miss. on Thursday the Army in March 1960. He I Franklin Executrix E.of Brown the Estate, deceased.of 964-1301 NIGHT 964-2411

I 1 I and is expected home this is 1957 graduate of Bradford 4-2 4tp 5-3
and Mrs. Carl Rhoden has KIlgore. and Patty Parrish. I a I __ CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.

--- RAILROAD PUBLIC been in the University Medical -I} The couple left later, for a ', weekend. High School and a former] IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, :
'-- short after Mr. and Mrs. James Waters student at the University of IN AXD FOR BRADFORD
wedding trip,
pI COHHiSSIOHGROU Center in Gainesville for COUNTY, FLORIDA.In .
__ I I and family of Lawtey enjoyed I Florida.
creatment. which they will be at hometo j re: Estate of
JdN ? | I their friends at 2747 Lydia I Easter dinner with Mr. and RILEY SMITH WASDIX, dec. I

THE RIGHT POINT for the i St. in Jacksonville. Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Pfc Richard D. Cheshire NOTICE FOR FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE PETITION'OF

\ ___________ e II. MId A ,." '-. way you write. Come in and j i Out of town guests at the II I I and family. son of Mr. and Mrs. HoodI. ADMINISTRATRIXTO \ NOTICELEGAL

r '4.fir Ca "- ... select your favorite ESTER-! wedding were Mrs. Margie Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cheshire of Raiford, recently ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- I

_ BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- 1 Sachs and daughter Sharronof Schmehls and family of Jacksonville participated in Army train- CERN Notice: is hereby given that I I

GRAPH. Silver Springs, Md., Mr. i, spent Sunday with Mr. ing tests in Korea as a member have administratrix filed my of final the returns estate as of I ADVERTISING RATE

and Mrs. Lee Coverdale and i i and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham -l of the 1st Division's 4th Riley Smith Wasdin, deceased; ; Effective May 1, 1962

son of Noblesville, Ind., and and family. Cavalry. A machinegunnerin that I have filed petition for ,
final discharge and that I will
STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO Mrs. Marie Leisure of Ell- Mrs. Homer Thomas has the cavalry's Co. B, Pfc apply to the Honorable TheronA. i $1.50 per Inch 1st Insertion
T .
I of Brad- ,
wood Ind.WabPadgett. received word that her mother Cheshire entered the Army in ford Yawn County County Florida Judge, on April I

Mrs. W. H. Rape is ill and November 1960 and completed 27th, 1962, Friday at 10:00 A.M. $1.00 inch each successive insertion
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett confined to, a Roanoke, Ala. basic-training at Fort Riley for approval of the same and for I per .
final discharge administratrix
as ,
announce the marriage of I hospital. She plans to go Kansas. of the estate of Riley Smith I

AUTO PARTS SERVICEJ. AUTO SERVICE their daughter, Bonnie Joyce, I there to see her Thursday.Ray Wasdin deceased. II I
3rd 1962.

Starke Motor B. Wright Starke'sCities of to Earnest Mr. and Marston Mrs. Earnest Walls Wallsof son 1 home on Harris leave, who for has 10 been days I were visitors in Jacksonville April Administratrix ER.EDWARDS of the WASDIN estate, of I TilE MINIMUM CHARGE FOR ANY LEGAL

I from Ft. Jackson S. C. left Friday. Riley Smith Wasdin, deceased. : ADVERTISEMENT REGARDLESS OF LENGTH
SINCLAIR SERVICE Gadsden, Ala. The wedding : THOMAS & PIERCE ,
Parts Co., STATION Service StationJ. was solemnized on Saturday Thursday for Ft. Dix. N. J. I Stork Shower Attorneys at Law I WILL BE $5.00

four LocalJobber Complete Auto Service C. Gardener, Prop. evening, March 31, in I Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown Mrs. Dan Hargroves and Starke 203-205, North Fla. Temple Ave. i

Folkston, Ga. by Judge B. drove to Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson entertained George H. Price BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHwfiamekss
For Tires BatteriesAccessoriesLubrication Every Mechanical Service Johnson. G.\i\ last weekend and brought at the home of Miss Attorney
4-5 4t 4-26 I
Cor. Brownlee & Clark Washing General Repairs Automatic Mrs. Walls was born and I their daughter, Irene home Virginia Cannon on Friday

Phone 964-OSQ1. 964-0811 542 Madison 9692801Dodd's TransmissionsCities reared in Clay County and with them for the summer. I night, April 13, with a stork I

v-- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thomas I shower honoring Mrs. Don
Service graduated from Baldwin High
AUTO: REPAIRS & TIRES BATTERIES School with the class of 1961. I and family spent Easter I Jerkins of Jacksonville.

Auto Sales Mr. Walls graduated from I I, unday with Mrs. Thomas' I Games were played and prizes J

Earl's GarageALL Rambler Sales & Service 705 N. Temple Starke Gadsden High School in Ala- father T. G. Earnest in awarded to Hazel Wilkinson,

KINDS OF GENERAL PHONE 964-9911 bama. Mrs. Walls is employed Folkston, Ga. Lessie Mae Wilkinson, and

AUTO REPAIR WORK REPAIRING by the Griffis Bros. Gas & Revival at Long Branch Mrs. K u y I e Cannon, after

All Work Guaranteed International Lifetime Appliance Center in Wescon- i Revival services started which the honoree openedher

Phone 969-2964 FIRESTONETires. Mufflers AUTO TIRES nett, and Mr. Walls is em- Sunday April 21, at the Long many lovely and useful modeTllf

Ro. Walnut. F.tarb ployed by the State Road Department Branch Baptist Church and gifts. Punch and cake were

Batteries Accessories in South Jackson- will continue all week. Rev. served to the 17 guests at-i

AUTO SERVICE 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 Starke Recap Co. ville. W. O. Mathis of Jacksonvilleis tending. !

Bill Edwards Pappy Reulstan, Owner Mg BurnsedWilliamsA conducting it. The publicis Easter Egg Hunts J'! f .v& .I I i i i. '-1
Gilbert S. Brown cordially invited to attend. The Maxville mothers and ,: ,, ,,
Recapping for Cars & Tracks wedding of interest to a I I I I I I N '

Standard Oil Service Station Starke 116611Service OlDAY SERVICE wide circle of friends is that Services are being held nightly members of the PTA combined :, ,," '"/ '",.7
at 7:30 their efforts to give the Maxi Q.k :/:""{. ,
p.m. ,
ATLAS of Miss Sue Williams of Jacksonville 1u1U I '" Jf; '
NEW TIKES AT SAVINOaBATTERIES Party vile School children and their I ; :
Surprise ;
TIRES & BATTERIES i to Ray Burnsed son I Ii ft ft:1: }
and sisters'
"A" class brothers
The Intermediate |
I younger
Budget Terms- Road Service Wheel Balancing & Alignment of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Harper r
': of Maxville Baptist Sunday a delightful time last Friday! .'
Phone 964-7071 Phone 964-8S81 Phone 964-0221 of Jacksonville, former residents ,
: ;
School met at the home of I II afternoon when they had an '
407 N Temple. Stark 617 N. Temple Starke 301 South StarkeFlorida of Maxville. The wed- I J p1r
ding solemnized on Thursday their teacher Mrs. Dorothy Easter egg hunt, giving prizes I
was -I
-evening, April 19, at 7:30 i: Waters Tuesday night, April I' to two in each room who I,:I II > i i .'. II, '

p.m. at the Wesconnett Bap-j: 17, and honored Miss Evelyn I found the most eggs. After ll r3e' a i ;
birthday the hunt the chil-
tist Church. The bride choseas Harris with a surprise was over

her maid of honor, Miss party. It was her first I dren were invited into their II CI ir L'A

Donna Williams, her sister and birthday party and she received rooms where refreshments : # ; l c
her bridesmaids were Miss! lots of nice gifts. The I I were served. j I =,,e;= I i : ,

Intermediate "B" girls were Church Egg Hunt / I 7 w.1.
Violet Burnsed and Mrs. Cora ;, II .J ; 4)
,, \ Williams. The groom's best invited for the occasion and An Easter egg hunt was heldat I 7 ,
man was Gene Johnson and Evelyn's mother Mrs. Winf red j the Maxville Baptist Church

"II' """ ushers were Larry Hill and Harris and Mrs. Hurst and on Easter afternoon at 3 p.m.
her daughter Gusta. Birth Eggs were hidden for the 40
North. Mrs. Burnsed '
.1 1 : Roger graduated from Paxon High day cake and drinks were children taking part in the I ,;# :r : : / i 'i

if" .&,, served. hunt and everyone had a won- -
,' '. School, class of 1959, and has
,' ',.. '>' 0
') t\': \, v' f' been taking Nurses Training' Revival at Mt. Zion derful time.

'H'"'Y"'" at the Duval Medical Center Revival services are being

SALUTES :t' and after her graduation in held this week at Mt. Zion NOTICE TO DEFE%DIX \\\ Electric Range and Electric Water iafer

September will be a registerednurse Baptist Church. with Rev CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD v *
Branch of the
at St. Vincent's Hos I CHANCERY. &

"Florida is of pital. Mr. Burnsed graduated Assn. conducting it. The public I HENRIETTA HALL REDMOND Ames and fames are 39 old-fashioned, as wood-boning b t.aclac/l.. .

proud industry! from Baldwin High School in is cordially invited to attend I Plaintiff vs. modern kitchen.When you cook with.flamelesB electricity thoefc na .

one of the three vital 1957 and is now employed in these meetings.Mr. I QUINN REDMOND fad grime to soil your waIls or settle on your (urthshing... coot

I N 1 D U S T RY of our expanding Jacksonville as a sheet metal and Mrs. Earl Mosley NOTICE TO Defendant APPEARTo to blacken pots and pans.Yoar kitchen stays deaner..and cp to

segments worker. I and children spent last week- : Quinn Redmond whose 16 degrees cooler, too, because the heat goes directly into yoar frat
residence and address is Un
end in Tampa. : end not into kitchen.If faster
economy. Mrs. Charles Starling and known. your g too.

daughters, of Jacksonville visited Members of the Maxville You are hereby notified thata AmUa nice thing about better i
!: Baptist Church will attend suit for divorce has been filed living electrically b{fany vstet .
& last Sunday with Mr and the revival services at the against you in the above named hating..something foal whole family wBl appreciate. Iff anD 4
Mrs. Buford Higginbothamand Court and cause and you are required fnatic super-fast and
Boper-safia. No noise
I of no odor, so eonstanik
Church to
Long Branch Baptist serve a copy your
Mrs. Gene English and
in answer or pleading to the complaint turning pilot flame..and no fine is seeded. Just Iota of'OOt water ft*
Wednesday night a body.
children. on the Plaintiffs Attorney e bony, with f
never a wony-and peace of mind thaf pricelesi
Green & Green, Starke, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Higgin- Mr. anc Mrs. E. u. Higgin-
GOY. Farris BryantINDUSTRY. botham and Wilbur Waters of botham and children spent the Florida office and of file the the Clerk original of the in Star em Electric! Range, see your appSsxs deafer. For J

d Lawtey visited last Sunday Easter Sunday with Mrs. Hig- I':Circuit Court on or before the \"*atez Hsatg..16ur deal rJrnn'a Ql' dtrklI! : cmfPtT. .
r 21 day of May; 1J62; otherwise .
with Mr. and Mrs. Buford ginbotham's parents, Mr. and ; the allegations of said Complaint .
Higginbotham. i; Mrs. Hance Sweat in Mac-J l> ed by will you.be taken as confe.J ..- r tIS ) fkt1l1lm

Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Tag- clenny and accompanied themto This notice shall be published Z.Jn .
gart and daughter, of Middle- church services. Mrs. | once each week for four con- lZAPI41OO1
I wutive weeks !n the BRADFORD -
APPRECIATIONWEEK" burg visited! with Mr. and Sweat won a beautiful potted COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Dated 0
Mrs. Buford Higginbothamand plant for having the most this 18 day of April, I1 t1 1F&22 a.WlJ
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family last Sunday. members of her family pres- I CHARLES A. DARBY

;: Miss Sharon Mosley of ent. She had 26 members of 1' Clerk ofthe, Circuit Court .
!; By Marian L. Crosby, .
Highland was a guest of Miss her family present. iI i II' Deputy Clerk. 4.

Gail McClung and visited the I|I 4-19 4-t 5-10 : I
We are sorry that little Da-j j VIHrUA P ERa 1I6BT COPilYC
Maxville Baptist Church last rid English, has been ill and !! i
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APRIL29-MAY5 Sunday. wish him...ajspeedyj recovery. AND FOR BRADFORD
m1 Jimmy Higginbotham spent : Mr.; and Mrs. E. D. Higgin- re: Estate of ) -i--- F _

last Sunday night with his I botham and children and GENERAL LEE KERSEY de- .

grandparents. Mr. and :Mrs.! Mrs. Buford Higginbotham J' NOTICE ceased. OF F1L1AG PETI'tIOXI j I-


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