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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Concern For Market Here Petition Started Man Charged In Murder Casey




Told By Mayo Meeting Set For Bond Election"Petitions

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to initiate the o\ -
proposed
Hon. Nathan Mayo Commis- telephone from his office in Tal- -< ,'
disappointed in the Starke mar
school bond election have Denies
ChargesQuestioning
sioner of has endorsed
Agriculture, lahassee. "
ket, the Commissioner said.
the plan for farm- been prepared and will begin
holding a "I.
have just read the article in "It is the lowest ebb market in
er-sponsoied meeting here to try ycur paper entitled What's circulating in the next few days, ; of James Bennett
the
State's system, and has beena ",'
and work out a' plan for savingthe Wrong With the Starke Market," losing proposition for too long." School Supt. Harmon Morgansaid i 4 AHman. charged with the silk

Starke State farmers Mar Mr. Mayo said, "and I am gladto "You people have never calledon yesterday. -, .' stocking strangulation of Lester
ket, and has expressed his good see that the farmers Promoters of the petitions are : ;l'
are be- us for anything that we didn'tgive > ,., .., ;
'' Kdward: Manning near Lawtey,
wishes for success. seeking a minimum of 900 '. ,, <
coming aroused and want to for Starke market names, ," '
you your '
The Commissioner made known take some. action for bettering and yet it appears that it has a few more than the required y ', y.: continued this week, but the Jacksonville

his views by Issuing a statement I I conditions there."Frankly never had the cooperation from 25 per cent of the old freeholder ? ';'" r man steadfastly denies his
keenly I
to The Telegraph yesterday by we have been list which contains about 3.000 (
Reddish said
the growers that it will take tc ': : .w. guilt, Sheriff P. D
names. ,- ',, .,;
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make a successful market, the > i'''''
: today.
Household Goods Assessed Morgan said that the : .. ,i:".
Commissioner said. petitionsare .. ,. ) :
> 1--..:. Altman, 42, was arrested in
being based on the old lists, 2 .
"While there may have been i .' "_ Tampa last Thursday morning
mistakes in management, justas instead of waiting until the list .', '" ,', : : and charged with first degree

New Tax Plan Taps Unused SourceA there are in other places, the now being compiled is completed ,. ...... 1.. .'iI: murder after a statewide alarm
that be
so "things can speededup. i
farmers have got to realize that I "fii; .: ; was sent out by Sheriff Reddish.
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said he
you can't attract buyers without He has received ; : '..., After being returned to Bradford
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new program designed to personal effects, an item which I volume Mayo declared. "The legal advice to the effect that 1 he was placed in the
County,
gain taxes from a source which has long been a part of the tax have got to stop dealing with either list could be used for this county jail. No bond has yet been

has been producing almost nothing structure, but has not producedan truckers in the field and bring purpose. z lr

in previous years is "being received appreciable amount of income their produce to the platform it The law requires that 25 per 1 r jet. *

well" by the people Tax for the county. they expect to build a market. cent of the freeholders sign a The body of Manning, also 42.

Assessor Gene Long said this Under the new system devisedby If you have the volume, youTget petition asking for'a bond election was found about 6:30: a.m. last

week before it be held Wednesday morning on a graded
the assessor the buyers. can
a scale
has been
road off of the
leading Humphreys
The innovation
as projected by
set up on the values of personal In commenting on proposed By'starting the petitions now
Long is expected to produce about I property with these values based changes in the system of operating instead of waiting until the re- I mine road near Lawtey. A silkstocking
in .from Murder Suspect Altman Is Questioned By Sheriff which apparently had
117,500 new revenues
the the market here is
on valuation of the home of Mr. Mayc registration completed the
been used to about his death
bring
taxes on household goods and the taxpayer. said: "We are willing to operatethe election date can be advanced by
I Commitment Withheld was still around his neck.
According to this market there in any way several weeks, Morgan said. The School Attendance
scale
the
HonorsA. value of that the people want. But you School Board can set, the date V In a statement obtained fromAltman'
Legion personal property, which
includes should handle at least 250,000 for the, election as soon as the wife in Jacksonville, she

household goods and personal packages annually to make the petition and a resolution has Cases identified the stocking as belonging *

J. Thomas Jr.FLt son with effects a ,home belonging valued to a at per-be- market go." been approved by Tallahassee. I Brought Institution Terms Held Over BoysFive to her, the sheriff said.

tween $2,000 and $2,900 would be In discussing the proposed In the meantime, the re-regis- Two belts were also found in the

1100. public meeting on the market tiation of freeholders to vote in Against ParentsParents boys who have admitteda autos the lads steadfastly denied car, the sheriff said, and there is

Everyone is allowed an situation, the Commisioner said: the bond election is proceeding number of breakings and en- any part in it, but one of the a possibility that Manning was

tion of $1,000 on household exemp-goods "Not only your growers shouldbe slowly. Mrs. Marian Crosby, terings during an all-night escapade boys who arrived at the hearinglate ,strangled with one of these insteadof

:&. and personal effects; therefore, the in the there-all welfare persons of the community interested supervisor yesterday of registration that only about, reported of two families were I on the Sunday !before named two of the other boy the stocking. One of the belts
with this Christmas were told by the as the ones who committed these
k. person taxed type home wouldbe should attend. Your Chamber of 60 persons In the north and south faced with criminal complaintsthis I i Juvenile Judge T. A. Yawn Fri- offenses.The I was identified yesterday by Man

on $1,000, thus paying Commerce and business men Starke precincts had registeredMrs. week charging them, with wife to the
ertat'ri about day that they would have to ning's as belonging
$3.86 in
taxes. 11 year-old of those
one
,: should be present, as well asyour Crosby repeated instruct contributing to the delinquency of "walk: the chalk line" if they named murder victim.
The values of personal proper Senator, Charley Johns, ions that minors. by keeping their children then admitted that he
persons registeringmust wanted to stay out of the Florida
and the 17 old had
into The sheriff said that he has
year
ties in the scale increase and Representative, Doyle Con- bring proof that they are out of schooL Industrial School at Marianna. gone
the cars, stealing papers !--.a little doubt that the right man
progres-I
lively in proportion to ner. property owners. This proof will The parents were Mrs Orene Judge Yawn sentenced ail five
I flashlights from them. has been arrested in the crime.
of the homes. "This is a matter of such vital consist of either a deed or a tar Smith, who has three children in I of the toys to the Industrial ,
A $10,000 to $10- Other Altman, however has steadfastly
900 home the concern to the community that receipt which bears their nameas school, and Mr. and Mrs Odell]! School but ordered that com,. activities which they I ,
personal property, had declared his innocence, claimingthat
everyone should come togetherand a property 'owner, she said. Green who have two school-age mitment be withheld as long as previously: admitted includedthe
according. to the scale, is valuedat breaking into the he last saw Manning about
help work out a solution. The supervisor again stressed children. the boys live up to several con gymnasium -
$1,500. '
Thus the taxpayer in B the 2' a.m. on Wednesday.
Building ,
this class of home Starke is very strategically located that this re-registration has no The complaint against Mrs.' ditions. The youths ranged in age prlnclp 8
would
t taxes on household pay as far as a market is connection with a general elect Smith stated that her children' from 1117. office and cafeteria at the high When Altman was arrested hf
goods and personal concerned and there is ion in which school and the cafetorium at thr was driving Manning's automobile
no rea- pubtiq ofricial
arr had missed 42 to 53 of first
from "The
I days time vio-
tax bill property of about valued$18.88.at. $5QO, a' son why you .should not have chosen, but wilf'-cohtrol who can & ool"during the'SO' school days' fU'ni: .."oonditfonl any, H there you tivf f,windowin etepsentayys 6ph rgj v.They.broke,t i a-1855 Plymouth,' '::>;

i one of the best in the state he vote in the election an attempt to enter claims
_..to. decide this year I IAccording' be an order in for you to be Altman that Manning
the
Long said that he has received added. whether or not the School Board library.In loaned him the car to driveto
committed with
vt. only a'few kicks on the new tax When advised of Mr. Mayo's should be given aproval to floata aainst the Greens to a the son has affidavit miss- asked,", the judge no stated.question one of, the rooms in Building Tampa the home of his par

system. comments, J. R. Kelly, ',chairmanof proposed $450,000 bond for a i, B, one of the boys took some ents, and that he left Manning
ed 49 out of 78 school days anda The provisions of the order i I
"Nobody has to pay very much," the Starke Market Advisory construction and renovation pro report cards, including his own. standing on a street corner in
daughter has not even been en- were that the boys could not be
..... ,aPt. Long remarked, "but this system : Committee said that steps are gram. rolled. out of their homes after 5:30: He told Judge Yawn Friday that Jacksonville, the sheriff said. The
p.
gives almost everyone an oppor- 'being taken to call a meetin he had put them in'a furnace. defendant said that Manning had
A. J. Thomas, 'Jr. tunity to bear all The complaints were signed by I m. unless accompanied by ar The boy had previously been
as near a proportionate of growers and other persons Voters loaned him the car a number of
Starke American Legion Post share of the load as I can interested in the operationcf FailingTo Miss Florence Jennings, counselorto adult member of their family; punished by his father for failingto times, but Manning's wife would
must attend school day
56 Tuesday night- honored mem work out"People the Starke market on Friday, Return Cards the juvenile courtt. The com- and make passing grades every ; muse bring home his report card. not verify this, the sheriff said.
plaints charged that the parents All except one of the
Jan. 31. The meeting will be boys had)
ber A. J. Thomas Jr.,' past Department appreciate having refrain from all mischievous According to testimony of wit
aheld i "did entice assist and
encourage compiled high absentee record
in the courtroom of th
Commander, with a share in the responsibility of paying nesses in Jacksonville, !Manning
gold 'courthouse at 7:30 Face PurgingNames permit the children to become de- i wrong or illegal acts; must abide of which the parents: were un-
plated life membership card for taxes if they know that othersare p. m. linquent" by failure to send them by all future instructions of the aware. and Altman had been together

"efforts steadfastly to the success paying proportionately," he "This is the regular meeting to school. I court or its counselor; and each from 3 p. In. of the precedingday

and community-standing of this continued.By night for the Farm Bureau and of Bradford County toy must pay one-fifth of the The boy who arrvied at Fri until the fateful morning
Post far in excess of normal I voters who have not returned Mrs. Smith appeared before I day's hearing late had failed tr visiting bars and Manning'home. !
expectations accepting this program the Cattlemen's Association alit damages incurred in the school
T. A.
Yawn
their County Judge Mondayand
registration renewal cards attend school all last week despite .
of any member. "the people are showing they these two groups are so vitally by Jan. 31 will be eliminated was released on her own recognizance buildings. I specific orders from thr

The resolution bestowing the want to accept their responsibilityas interested in the market altos from the voting rolls Mrs. Mar after a not guilty plea "We will see how bad you judge to do Altman has told the sheriff
award said that Thomas has "de good citizens," he said. so. that he was too drunk to remember
another chance
tion that they are joining in with ian Crosby, supervisor of registration was entered for her want the judgeremarked.
voted valuable time," and "spent : the market meeting also," Kellystated. stated He said he would get almostto the details of his drive from
his own money"' in working for yesterday. school, and then ""get scared." I Jacksonville to Tampa, but said
Swedish Author : "I believe we will havea In juvenile hearing before
The a
cards
were sent the first
Fund Parents of all the
the Post. good meeting and I hope that Campaign Christmas the boys admitt boys were he arrived in Tampa about day
of this month to the
"This Speaks At RotaryKarl persons on present at the hearing. break. He said he had driven
member has served faithfully the farmers come prepared tc rolls who have not voted in the activities which included illegally
as Post Service Officer, Post I speak out frankly and take the Begun For Grids entering Elrod's Furniture Store through Bradford County.
Oscar past two years. Jan. 31 is the
Adjutant, and Post Commander,' "Destination Cren, author of initiative in forming some plan deadline for having the carde twice, stealing pastries from the Hi Y Members Doctors have estimated that

performing efficiently all of these guest speaker America"at the Rotary, was Club the of action as the growers in th I back in the registration office.In Banquet, Jackets A&P store, and making four dif Hold Road Block Manning died about 4:30: a. m.

tasks and in addition, many responsible Brooker area have already done." the event that a voter's nameis ferent break-ins and an attempted Tire tracks believed to have
and
Wednesday interest
an
jobs on various committees ing account of gave his arrival and Kelly said that a notice of purged from the rolls he will!1 A drive to raise funds for the break-in e t the school center. For Polio Drive been made by the murder car

first experiences in this country the meeting would be mailed not be permitted to vote in annual banquet'honoring the Tor They clair ed that the backdoor and tracks from Manning's car

"In addition to serving his own after boyhood of in I' next week to all farmers in the forthcoming general electionsWithout nado football team' and jackets to Elrods' was unlocked and Members of the Hi-Y Club have been compared and appear

post he has also served the Department Sweden a poverty area served by the Starke market. re-registering. for the individual 'members has they used the store as a base of collected $172 for the March of to be identical, the sheriff said,

of Florida as District been launched by the Quarterback operations during the early part Dimes drive last Saturday as though this has not been confirmed

Commander, Area Commander r, He said that nowhere in the BANK HOLIDAY of the evening, though taking I they conducted a road block in by laboratory reports.

Department Judge Advocate, and world today can the individual Women Go Ahead Club.During the past season the nothing from it. front of the high school. The casts have been sent to laboratories
have much freedom The State Bank of
the top position of Commander in as and as Community Tornadoes the Statements from the boys at I Another road block is scheduled -1 i in Washington, D. C.

the Department of Florida,", the many opportunities as in the Starke and the Florida Bank at In C of C DriveThe ference championship won Keystone and placed Con the hearing Friday brought out to be held Saturday Jan. 18, I No motive .has yet been established
United States. Starke will not be for business

resolution open their excursions had also included The project was set at
stated. up for the slaying.
seven boys. on the All Keystone.
The
Robert E. Lee'sbirthday
introducecby
speaker Monday
Thomas, "through his signal efforts was the ransacking of three or 10:30: a.. m and continued until :
women surged ahead of Conference Team. Both the victim and the sus
Judge T, A. Yawn, who had a legal holiday in the
has been responsible for the charge of the State of Florida. the men during the first week of "By doing this, the Tornadoes four automobiles, activities 3 p. m. pect have been prison inmates
tremendous growth program. which had been unknown before At the end of the drive the
and present- the Chamber of Commerce memo have brought honor to themselves, Manning served a year L.' Ral

welfare of the Pest," the citation Old bership drive in which the male to our school and county," G. S. When faced with the acm Hi-Y Club and Little Women ford for breaking and entering,
System Gives Way To HewThe cusations of the thefts will have a Polio Dance.
continued.
and female'
members of the ors Goldwire, president of the Quarterback Altman has been in Raiford twit
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"This member had the foresightto .. ganization are competing against I Club, stated in announcingthe and In the Federal penitentiaryat

see advancement of the Post each other, Mrs. Marian Howe fund drive. "In recognitionof To Entertain Santa Fe Atlanta once. All of his convictions

through acquisition of the present secretary manager, reported these accomplishments> we wish have involved auto thefts.

property and was willing to go yesterday. to show our appreciation by con- Altman until recently! worked

to great lengths for its develop- The women (Indians) have tributing towards giving them a as an automobile salesman in
If BUS Beats Fernandina Loses To PKGene
ment not only to its present con- ) gained membership; due or pledges banquet and awarding them witha ; Jacksonville and later as an ad
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dition but its ultimate place in STOP '\ from 44 persons or firms, Mrs school jacket. solicitor for a JacKsonville newsy

this area. ,1. ., Howe said while' the men Anyone wishing to share in this The Bradford High basket- Sadler was high man for paper Manning did painting and

"His continued efforts for the r (Chiefs) can only account for tribute to the team may leave ballers boomed back victoriouslyin P. K. with 19 points. This was odd jobs around the rooming
benefit of Post 56 have not stop- half of this number. house in Jacksonville opera.te4by
contributions for the banquet and
L their' first game after the the first loss of the season for
ped even though he has served The drive will continue jackets at Seymour's Service Station holidays by defeating Fernandinalast the Tornadoes.The his wife.

the Post in almost every conceiv- J rI 7 t through January with the Chamber the Bradford County Telegraph Friday night 55-40. but for B-squad Friday night regained The sheriff said that the two
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able way, the resolution concluded. 1 $ seeking to enlist 250 mem or Shepherd's Radio and the. next game, Tuesday night the lead in the last few man had been friends for a little *

bers. The fund campaign wa .. TV Service lost two of their stalwarts by minutes of play to down the! more than a year.

: kicked off at a breakfast held sickness and lost the game tc Fernandina junior squad 32.3 0. Funeral services were held foi

Denmark Welcomed'To t last week.Alvarez. I BHS Band Member P. K. Yonge, 4440. The local boys had piled up a Manning Saturday. j

Draft Board I Against Fernandina, the Tornadoes good lead in the beginning of

Store Fetes Chosen At Clinic led all the way paced by play but went behind later on. Seal Sales Climb '*

Col Harold C. Wall of St Augustine 64th AnniversaryAlvarez Harold Tyus who plays first cooperative sharpshooting o' Woody Strickland, Billy Helsun- Above
, state several of the boys. At half time beck and Dickie Dickson each $1,000 Mark
Selective Service % chair baritone, treble clef, with
h4 the local lads led the visitors scored six points in this game.
director,, attended the, meeting'of.Local Store, a fixture on Call the Bradford High School .Band,i Receipts from tuberculosis:
2714. P. K.'s B bo
by Tuesday night
Board 18 Wednesday morn- Street since 1894, is celebrating was selected as representative be Christmas seals In Bradford
Curtis McGee led the Bradford team I
the
scoring swamped
ing of last week to join the, old its 64th birthday with a big anniversary from the school here, on a state. County have passed the thousand
with 16 points, Armond Rivers a 36-22 score.Tomorrow .
members Chairman D. H. Dukeof sale announced else-, wide level to participate in a dollar mark Mrs. Claude Crow-
L h d.ti: it had 12 points and Reason Kirk- night the Tornadoes L.
Worthington'and W. C. (Billy) t ? where in this issue. sightreading band at the Florida son, sale chairman announced
land and Charles Noegel each will again play on the local
Powell of Starke, in welcoming S. Music Educators Association Clinic .
During the past year the store yesterday
had 10.Tuesday court when they entertain Santa
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G. Denmark, recently appointed "" has been enlarged and remodelledin in Tampa, Jan. 9-11. night the boys 'were Fe. This team won its first game The current total of sales Is

board member. The old middle of the road traffic control system (m foreground) : keeping with its growing vol Other members of the band who faced with a strong P. K. squad of the season last night, defeating $1,011.36, a gain of $355.36 over

Col. Wall discussed with the stands on the sidelines as its replacement, a modern overhead system nine of business and the general went to Tampa to hear the bands with Curtis McGee in bed with Lake City. Before that they the amount raised last year.

members Selective Service regula- takes over the duties :of stopping, the cars for the children to, growth of the Starke trade area. play in the clinic were Archie the flu and Jimmy Hobbs suffering lost eight straight. The public is reminded thatit

tions and procedures of the cross the street at the high wooL The new system put Into Alvarez Store was established Green Jimmy"Lawson, and Bob an injured ''knee. Reason Tuesday night the BHS quintet Is not too late to send in receipts
operation .
Board. Monday Jan. 15, 1894 by J. M. Alvarez, Smith. The boys were accompanied I Kirkland led the scoring for will travel to Green Cove Springsto for seals, and it is hoped
has pedestrians'as
control indicators for
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Board No. 18 serves Bradford well as the I grandfather of the present oWner, on the trip by BHS bandmaster. Bradford with 13 points and Ar challenge ,the Clay County that an'who received ,them will

and,Union Counties.. lights for can. W H. Graham. Elden Mathews. mond Rivers scored 11 points. team. do so within the next few days.IID1I J

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... Sam- McGarvey" .- A &P's Thrilling New

? .{s Given Weapon, Shorty-that's a long tale on 4\ ,

To Fight Baa] Check Writ s Es your dog> .

., Met Harriet Miller, who .reported Special. (iffer M !

Folks in Bradfor County, ,as in most other that her dad, Pat Miller,
small cities, and, communities, possess the commendable has recovered from a bout with f
quality oi trusting other people and. sickness and' is feeling much better 1'
''' now: Pat, who' is.. presidentof
faking''them.at., fac&yajue. '
the Cattlemen's Association,
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FUNK & WAGNALLSENCYCLOPEDIA
But sometimes. this 'l laudable faith in other We moved over a thousand retired from Hercules Powder It

eople'can b He used by certain types of'unscrupulous'iHdividijals miles snow away to get away from Co. not long ago, and is now 'getting .;.,.;
and last week it caught '
; VoPhu'rt trusting 'foil(. up rich raising cattle!!! "
with us 'again. When we left %;
This Was evident in the recent: case of,the well-. Jersey the stuff was piled, high.so :. Ralph Alvarez e t was in town .;.:. ;
dressed ,woman w.ho took advantage ofrthe trust we decided to leave it thereto I
this week, and had in
we an
'extended to, her by several Starke,:merchants and.clipped' melt, but it looks now as, if teresting discussion with hint ;
them for'about $250 worth of 'merchandise Jack Frost: has located ua 'and, '
and 'George Huggins on the local .
...
decided' to come to Florida, too.. '"
during the busy pre-Christmas snoppin'gseason. market situation. They decided .
''And she has been only one instance! It might be Hugh Ingram's fault" to call a meeting of farmers '
becauses he north and ; Olfthe BOOK-A-WEEK
was
up Plan
the growing! tide of,, bad check passers that has the snow followed him back. 'soon' to"see what can: be 'doneto !
been advantage of merchants in 'recent 'get the'market here on a
months. '... Finnegan, our water pump firmer basis. We will'attend sincerely hope 'IOL S ag You can get Volume No..1 at A&l for only, 25c, (with any purchase -
that 'all farmers the
of $2,50
Though ,we would dislike for the business men veteran of many illnesses, had meeting and do everything posh or more).
of Bradford ..County to lose their trust' in their his narrow escape in the freeze sible to get things right. t only' Each week, an additional volume of the set will be put on

fellow\ 'man, and, become suspicious of. everyone which followed do NOT the snow (northern e sale. until. all of the volumes of the set, have been made avail.
cash'a'ctleck papers copy) We Noticed that Leonard and Polly able. You pay only'"994, with ANY for Volume
who tries to a few precautionary were out and did not get home purchase, No. 2
measures, combined with: use o the 'tools provided : until after midnight, and Sam Prevatt have a patch of' ber* and each succeeding volume of the set.
ries again this year, and tha 2 5
by Florida l law, would help prevent most of, I scampered down to Finnegan tc Bill Pendarvis has a patch of 3 Then, Imagine itj! Owning the wonderful Deluxe 25-volume
these unfortunate: instances of bad check passing: see if the old boy was still alive. collards. I Each Wee,Another Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia you' have always
Only a humming sound Volume ol the S e'-
The} F.lprida State Retailers Association is call came S SOur Until Your Se '1 Compete wanted to own at a bargain A&P'sg
? from his insides, and no waterso' ,, With $2.50 in p -on
tooth '
(and that'snot ;
sweet !
' ing the attention of. merchants to the fact thatFlorida we knew he was in distress. t book.a.week plan
laws in the joking, for we have only p purchases ,
effective
has 'one of the most It looked as though rigor north '
few left) is being pampered
United'States dealing with worthless' checks' and had:set in. because the shaft was these days. We've been enjoyingthe "

the people who, p ''them.' frozen tight, and Sam had visions syrup'we. got last week from ,, -, s -
Designed to"remedy the practice of issuing bad of dollar bills floating off Ira Wilson and now we have- ? with any ,' \ ', 1 ', .
in the frosty air. With the aid. ofa another bottle left here R. T, :, ""' .' ,
checks and, the effect it has in banking and business wrench, the by purchase a

cannel'' whether j,the amount'gained i is !largeor 'and an half icy hour grip'was later broken Fin- Baten. These two eve'r syrups. are the f R ' best have tasted.
small, the law'makes the very 'act'of' givinga negan 'was thawed, out and: Sam we .' \

worthless check, BY AND ITSELF a criminaloffense' was frozen. While we're boasting about r .
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: oth r"peopl 's"ta1 11tS|; we might' Each

Thus the, crime, of issuing JL wojrthless: ) check, who Saw said Shorty'that his Rowe this week as well reoort that we had some A ,
i the? same of what the check patch of berries of Hazel Matthews' fruit Cake
ijj : regardless} wasgjveVfor is coming Volume is
''"' along' good as can and that she 5s one of the, best
: according fo Florida law. be expected, considering the cooks we know. "
And the penalty. faced by those found guilty weather 'we 'are having: He also e .t FULLLIBRARY '

of, this crime\ can be as much as five years in told us about having to rescue The forecast for the year Is
prison, or 12 months in the"t tmty jail, or a fine! one of his beagles. The dog had that cows will stay up-in price I 25 e 5
been
of $1,000 the' check was 'for'$10Q up he was pood. At least this is the. SIZE
If the check was under $,1QP, the maximum trapped. Shorty said he had to diction of the experts, and pre-we V __ Com p a re 9,44tiPAGES 4 .; ;''
penalty'i8'f six months in the county jail or $300. dig him out. hope they are wrong on hogseSS This Voluma V 81/a I Inches High and 5,550 000 WORDS
With Any Volume \5yg Inches Wide t_ h '
In many cases in Bradford' County the judge ? -
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Worth $4.001 i 30,000 SUBJECTS-5,750 ILLUSTRATIONS
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has'allowed the defendant in. a worthless. check Clay Co-Op Plans.. The champion weather forecaster ,
I citrus, .
c of this state is the
case: to rectify 'matters by making restitution on Hew uit d m g J'enius'ho early in the fall predicted ,
the chat' an-d'ping; court costs. But it is likely that this would be one of I II
The the coldest winters on record. Sofar I "Super-Right" Short Shank Small Fully/ Cooked Read-To-Eat il I
construction
defendants of
who make a build-
that\ some day the ,. .a. new .
t : fng to provide additional : he has proved to be exactly
habit. ol being careless in\ their- check writing. and warehouse space for office Clay right, and, the winter is not over
will find that the judge has grown tired of extending Electric Cooperative at Keystone with yet. \
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them''leniency and will find that the bad Heights has been authorized by PICNICS/b' 43c1 i

Check'. 'tliey} have, ;written was', their ticket to a the' Board of Trustees Who knows but what we may .
another blllt like the Bier .
A.. G. Loudon, have
manager of the
fon'gsh'etp q in i prison. .
cooperative, has 'been authorized Freeze of '9495, when it WAS
F.or'the law specific in pointing out that to proceed with construction of so' cold that snow' stayed on the frozen Grade: ".4" Dressed, & Drawn RoastingHENS" :
making restitution on a worthless check does not the new 5,700 square.'''foot building ground here for:: a lone time and '

constitute defense;pr .grounds for dismissal,of ; and bids'. are:now being re- Middleton Rosier's trousers frozr I .
ceivedIt'. is" expected that so hard they stood up all by ,' t '
bad check law
charges brought under Florida's construction
themselves. : : : L : 5C I
will be"
'The1 Retailers Association, has) outlined, several i mid-i958. completed} by .
metljo Js 'a' ; merchants' can use' to. '}help detect'a," The new .
structure, to be "
: con ..
b'aci'chkk writer before be has done his
dirty -- '-
structed1 'on 'coop"property adJoining .
work- .1 and_w -left'->!,1 town.- These are.: r the present plant, will R.tfl .Mw" Ir 1" 4.i. All, Good( Sliced( (
"1.. Read the address or telephone number devote 2600 square feet to office .
aloud incorrectly. 'For example,''if the address 'is space, arid 3100 square feet to' f.ASt"COU8TEOUS .
1020\ Maple''Street, ask, Tour address'( is ")1040', ,' concrete warehouse block; It will be of brick and
construction. Park BACONIb 53C
Maple 'StreetThe' bad check, asses almost' invariably ing 'space for employees. will also
-will,say That is .correct because.. he' is be'provided."The .
actually l! ; not :'sifre, what is... correct new"office space will house

"2. Ask about a fictitious neighbor. For ex Personnel f of the engineering department '

ample, '1020Maple, why. you must live next door oJ. ; land" department, :purchasing --- -
to,James LaneI haven Vseen him,for "a lone and stores department, '

time, how is he?" The hot check artist often right construction-of-way department.department, and Cooked To Perfection* -;_ t-_ -- A&P f'J Fancy&mce !

goes, along"t with it saying,"' 'Oh'', yes, I' }know... Jim 'Myril Ha.jnes'
\\elt; ;') 'ey, doing 'fine.' '. the 'architect for the Gainesville new struc is. II

-":3.. Askj about fictitious construction. 'You ture., SERVICE Apple 2su2t5CANN ;:: ,
live on Maple Street' I tried to drive over itt.o

weeks ago. Does the city still"have the'streetall Starke Guard

torn :'up?* 'The hot 'check passer will either ,.. .. ., '" (4''On .
say, "'Yes;'it's fixed now,' or 'No, 'it's 'still'torn Rated: Excellent PAGE RICH- CREAMY.MaYQnaaise I I
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upimf thus reveal himself. > :0.
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".DUlng> the" inferyi} ie w the bad check passer C.. C, Starke's National Guard' qt J@ 49C I
often becomes! nervously: resentful arid fidgety unit; received an' "Excellent" rat- .
ing'on the "IG1' ...
inspection which
when.subjecfed.: to probing'questions: This
characteristic in itself'may'"be reason enough to tV was reports held in received November this, according week. LOANS JPage, FancyKETCHUP 14-oz. bottles Finest Quality Tub StyleBUTTER II

refusVa check It is also during the interview.i '""The"'officers arid men of the

thatdhe'passermay be.observed closely for scars unit are pleased: with the resultsof for I

moles, tattoos f, mannerisms* > a.nd- other* peculiari-. l ., the inspection' ," Capt. Randal 2 3SC. A&P 69 ;1

ties, j cmtty; unit commander, stated __ fc -
"Al: o' note height,'weight,' general build, color "but are'hoping that.the next inspection upa Tn

of eyes and\ kin," the Retailers group advises. rating." will* ,bringit even better' ,r' Jane BarkerANGEL Each A&P's OwnNUTLEY II IH H

"Writers of bogus: checks qften wUl ,,imperspn- 'in his report the inspecting of- HI

ate; professional: people, such as doctors, nurses, ficer stated' :' FOOD CAKE 39c OLEO lIb' 19 I
teachers, clergymen and"will talk and ,dress in "Unit was well organized in ::1
keeping i with these disguises. I keeping with its current t. strength. $600 II :41
Cadre and key positions!! were fill-
By, using these precautions and by letting the, ed by qualified personnel. Administrative .vr .
v
prospective' bad check writer recognize the seriousness and supply records and RED RIPE DELICIOUS Jane Parker Delicio"s:1': ,

of his crime, the merchant. can help, decrease maintenance of equipment were

the bogus check racket. in excellent.ranks- revealed Oral' examination, that past' training men I"Folks' a..' Find' Us Friendly", APPLES 6 for only Z9

had been effective. Of the ? Apple Pies d

Market Meeting Coming Up three classes of training observed .
one was 'superior- and two were FINANCE
xcellent. Military courtesy displayed : LOCAL
Welcome news came this week with the, announcement 'by all personnel was out _. l'" .., .' Idaho, Long White. EXTRA tlnchSPECIAL
that, the' Advisory Committee of the standing.: 'Morale was gh.as C I
Farmers' Market will : 'evidenced by the'. appearance, attendance COMPANY 39
Stake.SJafe{ sponsor a pub Ibbag
I -* t and attitude'of personneL .- POTATOES '10 59c Each ,
l lie,meeting in the, courthouse, on January 31 for Facilities were adequate and .

the purpose of adopting some plan for the future well policed. Unit meets requirements : 114 N. Walnut, St. t 04>' I

operation of the iparket: For, some time it has I, for." continued Federal Recognition (3 Doors fcoI1. Post Office)) Grade "A" hJ e rum, Sun .ybrook

been'generally recognized, that something j must!, Firm Golden Ripe 1
bVdone/to: ''improv: the operation! of the: market THE BIGHT-POINT. for the Phones 5SQ f! and 581 "
here, but action was postpones from "season'to way yon1 write. Come:: ti> and select E ggs' OZ. Soc: ', '
season. T> cause'no 'one.seemed to take the initia- your'favorite ESTERpflOOK R : BANANAS 7 Ibs l5;5 '
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T Adyispry; :Committeeoith )Market! is composed
largely of farmers'' it i$: significantthat THE BMDrPRD CQ.Yf. TELEGRAPH_ )
'they are: takirtg tty e.:Vad, i in calling; this Fresh. full of Milk rw I
m eting. It will 'b' the farmers meeting, and EST. 1S78 I I
they Mil fe"el free 'f b' stieak,rout and help formulate FLORIDA'OLDEST WEEKLY NEW- w .w.+. wary w -,
PAPER' PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLV each '
J" 'thtnew'pl of operation. UNDER THE SAMC; UACTHEAd.PUBLISHED COCONUTS . 1 S 412 CallStreetStarke!! 11ill I

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Ih fyf Witha a' iP.tRI1 to thi} EACH,FRIDAY.AP ENTERED AS.SECOND CLASS r 0# ..." ,1
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done t6 put.fche'ioark'e.t'bkiftQnfjrijier. tooting.. .' ACT, 'OP. MARCH'S." .' IS!!. -1 '" --' -'- "- '-* ,. V' '. .. "6 ..... JPACE -..... ... < ''';''_ _.!.!, ', !. ,. .. -= .-

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Meeting.Thurs-1
I day night missed Mr. and Mrs. Fayne Bateman of

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS experience. Mrs. William Green I STATE FARMBy Starke, and Miss Joyce Harrell

gave the opening prayer. The of LaCrosse.Mr. .
i CHURCH NEWSAt program was based on Questionsand and Mrs. R. E. Williamsand
By Mrs. J. Russell YoungAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtA By Mrs. Harvey McCarthytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Biblical Answers concerning airs J. G. CalduellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA children spent last week

A A11 & & & & & & & & & AA, 4 4 :Missionary work. end in Miami, sight-seeing and

u PTA To Hold Panel First BaPtJs.u---------U-j; Mr. and'.Mrs. William Green Those. participating were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. P McLendon visiting relatives. While there
of' Mr. and
they were the guests
-- At the meeting of the Key. and daughter were visitors in William Green Mrs. Morris Carter and sons spent the weekend at I

The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church stone Heights Elementary PTAon Tallahassee last. week. Mrs Jimmie Lee, Mrs. Cecil SL Mark's, the guests of Mrs Mrs.Mr.J.and C. Mrs.Coldman.Joe H. Hundleyof
Tuesday, Jan. 2L at 8:00 p. Little David' and Rachel Williams Rowe and myself. Following the McLendon's brother and sister I

On Friday, Jan. 17, at 7:30o'clock Friday-Adult Choir practice, m. a panel, composed of two 'are spending a week with program a short business meet in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cog- dinner Jacksonville of were Mr. and Sunday Mrs.

Rev. and Mrs. M. M. 7:30: p.m. teachers and two members from a- ,,aa their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. ing was held. Closing prayer was guests
t. dill.Visitors W. H. Williams.P. .
Brackman of Lake[ Butler will Sunday--church School for all the community at large will discuss Darby Gaskins. rendered by Mrs. Jimmie Lee. of Mr. and Mrs. G. E

present slide pictures in ,the ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship the question. The School' r a Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman The W. M. U. requests that Crews on Saturday and Sundaywere D. Crews of Miami was the

Tabernacle annex showing work Service, "Prayer" 11 a.m.; Youth Responsibility to the Public and visited their son Milton Norman, everyone bring their coupons tc their son and daughter-in- overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs.

being done in connection with Fellowship, 6:30: pjn.; Evening the Putlic's Responsibility to the .t ",' and family Jacksonville. Sat- Mrs. Jimmie Lee and your old law, Mr. and Mrs. John Crews P. S. Crews on Tuesday.

radio station WIVV on Viesque Worship Service "The Fisher-I Schools." W wV ,hl9: x. N 7, urday., Christmas cards to me. The cou- and children of Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace were

Islands in the West Indies. men," 7:30 p.m. The vacancy of the presidencyof Glad to see Authur Green pons are sent to the Orphan's Mr. and Mrs. Edward Osbornr I, dinner guests of Mrs., Pace'
The Brackmans I the group caused by the resignation from the home and the Christmas cards brother-in-law and sister Mr
willg as Tuesday-Winter Meeting ofj home on leave Navy. Jr. and little daughters arriveo
missionaries to this island I of A. E. Anthony, Jr : at mailed overseas. All lames and end Mrs. Hardy Haggood on
as Suwannee Presbytery, First'Presbyterian He is stationed at Mayport on Thursday to be the guests 01;
soon will be filled at this time. Mr. messages must be removed from Saturday. Visitors of Mr. and
as time.
plans are completed. Church Gainesville, 10 the present his parents the following week
Anthony resigned this office th cards by the order of the Mrs. Pace on Sunday were Mr
They have many friends here a.m. Starke : er Rosier or Ocala I
; Social Club, Meth- H Carl spent Milo and Mike Seigler visited
to the Customs Department. and Mrs. Mazie Tyson and three
being appointed
who upon
will be interested in seeing odist Recreation Hall, 7:30 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday of last Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitefielr
School Board. Yep 1\ On sick list this week have children of Waldo.
these pictures and our
becoming ac- 0 Mr. and
Wednesday-Bible M week with his ,parents, Saturday enroute to Gainesvill'
quainted with this island where 6:45: p.m. Study Group Auto Licenses AvailableOn Mrs. J. M. Rosier. been many. Those sick with the f to attend to business. Miss Ruth Hammond who is 8

two Important U. S. military January 25 auto licensescan Mrs. Lois Henson and baby ot flu are Bill Reddish, Keith Red' Club MeetingThe student at F. S. U. was the guestof

bases are maintained. Thursday-Junior Choir Practice be bought in Keystonr Jacksonville were weekend guestsof dish, Mrs. Freeman Crosby, Mrs. Mrs. P. D. Fancher on Friday
3:30: Community Club met or
p.m.Lutheran Heights at the Sport Shop Walkers and Mrs. Carmichael, Freeman Rhoden,I night
Other'regular services are her parents Mr. I Wednesday at the home of Mrs
scheduled for the week, and the Service Station. j Ernie Johns. i and R. L. Morgan. Some of these DeWitt Sinclair. Mrs. Milo Seig Polio Fund Jv'otice

public is invited to any and all I. Services Local Group Attends Rev. J. R. Smith will com- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Red- are feeling much better now and ler, the president, presided anI"routine I Mrs. P. D. Fanvher who ia

of them. 122. E. Washington SL Arlene Francis Show mence his ministry at the First ding and baby WUdwood spent we are very happy for them. business was discussed I the chairman of the polio drive

Regular service. will be held Attending the Arlene Francis Baptist Church in Keystone.- i i Friday and Saturday, with Mr. Mrs. Willmont Brown is ill from Guests of the club at this time( in our communty, requests that
Morning Show, wtiich was stage Heights on Feb. 1. Mr. Smith Mr. and Mrs. an asthmatic attack. Also Mr. their donation in
Methodist ChurchChurch every Sunday afternoon at 2:30 Redding's parents, were Mrs. W. J. Godels, who i'. everyone place
oclock; Sunday School and Confirmation at Silver Springs last week comes to the church here from Russell Redding.Mr. I and Mrs. Harold Norman's oldest a new resident of the State envelopes and return them to her

School for all ages classes at 3 oclock. were Mrs. Louis Muir, Mrs. E the Boston Baptist Church. Boston and Mrs. Henry Thorntonand son, Charles, was operated on Farm, and Mrs. Green ot Starke as early as possible.

9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, 11 : The Rev. Myron G. Mader pas- R Fox Mrs. Herbert Nelson Ga. He has also served 8.5' children visited Charlie Milliard Thursday at Doctor's night for appendicitis, The rooms were beautifully decorated I Visitors of Mr. and )/s. Fred

tor of The First Lutheran Churchof Mrs. Mary Smulski, Miss Anna pastor of the First Baptist who is ill in the SL Luke's Hospital. with Japanese magnoliafor Cannon on Sunday were Mr
a. m. Dine-A-Mite for MYF 6:1
$ I Ocala, will conduct the McCullough, and Mrs. George Church, McRae, Ga. and has held Hospital in Jacksonville. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. this occasion and Mrs. Sin Cannon's sister, Mrs. F. M Bag-

p. m. Worship and business meet-' services.AU Schaeffer. A part of the programwas other pastorates in the Georgia Misses Barbara Jean .Norman Bond are rejoicing with them clair and her co-hostess, Mrs. R ley, and daughter. Mary Louise

ing for Intermediate and Senior, persons without a home given by the Florida State Convention.Mr. Joyce Morgan* and Linda Gas- over the good fortune of their V. Turner, served delicious re and Mrs. Cora. Bagley of Citra.

MYF: 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship -i church are Invited to attend. qrcus group, who gave a good Smith is a graduate of kins were Sunday visitors in son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and freshments of apple-sauce cake i also M. W.: Hingson. Mr. and

7:30 p. m. but somewhat chilly perform. Bessie Tift and Piedmont Col- Waycross, Ga. They visited a' Mrs. Vernon McEwen of Syla- coffee, and fruit juice. Mrs. Cannon visited; relatives' to

A nursery is provided for preschool I LAWTEY CHUBCH OF CHRIST ance. lege, attended the University of former pastor and his wife of cauga, Ala. Mrs. McEwen sent in Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crosby Live Oak on Saturday: -

age children for both (presently meeting in City Hall) On the way home the group ,Alabama, and is a graduate of our Church Mr.. and Mrs. SamL. her husband's name, address, l had as guests on Sunday their Mr. and Mrs. ..R.1...- Caldwellof

morning and evening services. Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., paid a visit to Mrs. H. L. Sutton Southern Baptist Theological Watson. and phone number in a pancakemix daughter, Mrs. John Spence, anr Rockford, Mich who 'are en-

worship 11 a. m.EveningYoung. who is a patient inAlachua Gen- Seminary. He has served on the Arthur Ortagus of Jacksonville contest, and they were chosen Mrs. A. J. Johnson of Jackson- route to their .winter home at

people's Bible eral Ftospital. Executive and Nominating Com- .spent the weekend with Mr. and along with ten other cou- vile.! Bradenton Beach for.: the remainder

FOR study, 7; preaching, 7:30. Scouts Enjoy OutingA mittees of the Georgia Baptist Mrs. W. A. Salano. ples, for a wonderful allexpensepaid Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosb of the winter, are guests this

DEPENDABLE Wednesday-Bible study 7:30: two-day camp was enjoyedby Convention and also on the Edu- Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman's trip to Los Angeles, Calif. and little sons spent Sunday a* week of their nephew and: niece,

p. m. the members of Scout Troop cation 'Committee of the Execu weekend guests were her mother They were honor guests at the New River with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.
Termite Radio program- Station 105 at the. State Park recentlyThe Mrs. Johnson from Tampa and Rose Bowl football game and the
Control tive Committee, furnishing reports Mr. and Mrs. J. L Terry Yawn was a spend
WRGR. Monday 6:30: a. m. camping trip was under the to the Convention. He is a their daughter' and family Mr. other events, and then, to cap Johns. night visitor at the home: of hit

direction of Assistant Scout- and Mrs. Bobby White, from the climax, Mr. McEwen won Mr. and .Mrs. J. G.
Household Oommerdrl member of the Board of Directors Miss Mary Wells of Jackson I grandparents,
Pert ContrelGrove master William Reynolds, Jr of the Thomas County Bap Brooksville. the blind-fol dcontest for making ville was the weekend guest of Caldwell, on Saturday Judge

Sixteen boys participated in the tist Association.. Mr. and.Mrs. W. J. Thorntonand easy-mix cornbread, and was her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.I and Mrs. Yawn and his brother

Spnybf over-night camp. Mr. Smith, with his wife and family of Jacksonville spent presented with a brand new Ed- J. C. Wallace.Mr. i Jimmy, and sister,.Dianne, join.

I The Troop has one new Patrol) daughters, Gloria and Ruby Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hemp sel. JaneVyman, the movie and Mrs. Lucian Crosby' ed him to have,dinner\ with themon

Can F B. 6 e-eow since October and lists the fol Lane, and son Jimmie, will occupy -' Thornton.Mr. actress, was one of the judges. entertained members of Mrs. Saturday night.
who have become The moral of this story is to always -
lowing boys the parsonage' on Jasmine and Mrs. Ernie Johns were Crosby's family at noon on Sun
Florida Pest s Scouts recently: '\Lamar Hill Avenue. visited Sunday afternoon by send in your husband's CARD OF THANKS
Control
LIQUID OR TABLETS Herbert Nelson Frank Nooney their son, Clifford Johns of Jack- name and address, and for good- day.Spend
the of Mr
Annes
Chemical Co. GIVES Wat Johnnie Martin Larry Carnes St The Parish Episcopal Night this Thurs- sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Jun- ness sake teach him to cook. He I and Mrs. Lucian day Conner guests on Sun It is from hearts filled with sincere .
McMurtry Jimmie Fox ior Crawford. Also during the might win you a new car. appreciation that we thankall
Jimmy ,
MISERIESOFHAWTOfWeOLM
24 N. FROM til THOSE sandwich supper Mrs. Conner's mother
W. 16th A.ve.G&IDemJIe day will feature a day were
The January Goal is: "Every afternoon Mr. Ernie Johns and Mrs. Henry Thornton recently of those who aided us duringthe
for the youth of the Church Mrs. R. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs
Florida brief' illness and death of
Boy Advance One Rank. son Warren visited Hampton. received a letter from her un our
Vernon and little
and will be followed by programsfor Crosby daugh-
Sleeting\ Night ChangedThe Glad to see Heilbronn's own cle in Poland. It was written in mother, Sadie Sapp Norman. For
the various 'groups.
Duplicate Bridge Chit age Harold Norman elected Commission Polish and had to be translated This Is.Polish for God Bless YouI the comfort our friends and relatives -
THE HARRIET KELLY I
now meets on Monday. evenings Chairman of 'the Board of in Green Cove Springs. It is wish to thank everyone for brought us during this sorrowful
WILL MAN EVER MAKE IT TO THE MOON? at the Keystone Heights Wo- CLASS met on Tuesday evennig, County Commissioners Con- beautifully worded, and I asked your kindness in giving me your I time we shall be everlastingly

IS SPACE man's Club. Visitors are wel- Jan. 7, with Mrs. E.. J. Fallin. gratulations,- Harold. permission to use three words of news, and hope you will con- grateful.-The Norman fame
TRAVEL TAUGHT IN THE BIBLE visitor II
come to come and Join in the Eight members and two The Ladies that couldn't come it: Pozdraviam Lvigt Bozego tinue to do so every week. ily.

Hear This Timely Sermon By Pastor 7:30 P.M. I were present. The devotional
play.Mrs.. E. C. Ldgsdon was elected message,was liven by. Mrs., Fall- .. .
in. In absence of the president,
"A President of the group recentlyMrs.
j Journey Through pace J. D. Henderson Vice- Mrs. H., C. Snellin, Mrs. C. T. .

President; Mrs. Carl Carnes, Parker"presided. at' the business' j'" anal. .
Sunday School 10 A.M. B.T.U.. 6:30 P.M. Secretary; and Mrs. Emery session.

Cooper'Treasurer.. Mrs. A. A. Bamford,Mrs.' John .::: WHILE CAR PRICES WENT UP THROUGHOUT THE
"Hour of Power" Wed. 7:30 P.M. CHURCH NEWS Camp and Mrs. A. G. Aldermanwere .-

Community Church 'appointed as a committeefor : INDUSTRY,THE PRICE OF THIS CAR WENT DOWN T

First Baptist Church Hampton Circles of the Women of the which planning-the'will be held annual this year banquet in Here's good news: Ford has priced many of i its w
will meet on *
Community Church April .:. 58 models lower than corresponding models! .{ N ,
Monday, Jan. 20, as follows: ; Ford Custom 300's much a
followed the are priced as as $50 lower 't
social hour
A
1 Marvin E. Faile, Pastor Circle 1, Mrs. Horsfall chairman, than last year. This is based on a comparison of .. y J '
with Mrs. Herman Schroeder at meeting. : manufacturers' retail delivered .
: ,, !!- suggested prices.Who'd r x
NEW MEMBERS of the First ._
Nelson '. R
2 p. m.; Circle 2, Mrs. 3 r +.
& chairman with Mrs. John Thorn- Baptist Church joining 'recently. : .. ::0-: ::, I
Mrs. Jack Hill and her son, .
are '
quist and Miss Ruth Ohlson at ., _
3, Mrs. Karges Lamar. q.-, '. y':
1:30 p. m.; Circle -- -
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE chairman, with Mrs. E. F The Church reports the pur: i
_ t I Circle 4. chase of the lot adjoining the
Stitchberry at 1 p. m.;
with present property to be used in ever
FLORIDA Mrs. Grolick chairman. guess .
future development of the
Mrs. Charles T. Smith at 1 p. m. .
Circle Mrs. Sunderland church plant. I
Rebecca ,
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Put or chairman, with Mrs. Frank Ugen KEY-NOTES It'sthelowestpflced'I'
Mrs. H.. L. Sutton is a patientin
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town at 8 p. m.: Nightengale Circle Alachua General Hospital following -

Phones Office 234 Pastoriom 130 with Mrs. Howard_ Tucker at' P surgery. of theIow-pdcethree

p.m.The study book "Christiansare Lloyd Singley has returned, recently 'r..1 ..] M

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Citizens," will be reviewec'for from a visit with his

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 PolL the Churchwomen on Friday, three daughters and four grand- 9 3,
children in Washington D. C. In case haven't yet gotten
24 at 1 p.mThose attending you
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Jan.are asked to bring sandwiches. Captain and Mrs. Wayne Sar around to pricing this elegantly ',

The gent were recent Keystone styled 58 Ford Custom 300, put ,
will be served. ,.
Bear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH i* Coffee be reviewd, by Mrs. Heights visitors, spending the your mind at ease. When you com S : '
book will
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Marinus H. Latour, of Gaines- holidays, Mrs.with M.Captain M. Sargent'cmother Sargent pare manufacturers'suggested retail L t*
find that this >
ville. Visitors are most cordially delivered prices you'll Aa
and the
I invited to be present. Captain Gail Sargent Obert of Panama former Ford is priced lower than any sedanin ;., .,rs--, = ; e+ # i
Miss City,
1 its field.And Ford has the lowest- I 1's .T. .
married Dec 21 in the
on
were priced station wagon and convertible #++,+++ ++ .'.' '. ++
Methodist Chapel there. Attend-
ing the wedding from Keystone tool! i i.T.
FREE FREE
isn't The 58
But
Heights were Key Sargent, Mr. price everything. + + a + + + '
+ '
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Ford first + +
Mr& Paul Tyre and Mrs. Rachel was the car ever to use +
the whole world as its test trackl!
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is the
Maxwell. Sargent on
Capt.
14 FT. B.G., SPECIAL BOAT Instructors Staff at Fort Ben- This: meant taking the all-new Inter- a

.,.., ... .- ning, Ga. ceptor V-8, combining it with new ',
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..' .'J: ... Mr.: and Mrs. C. M. Kyle, Cruise-O-Matic Drive, and tackling ,

I ,,'. ,-,..- brother and sister-in-law of the some of the roughest roads we could ,. .. .'

;c '-. Louis Kyles were visitors in the find on three continents.This terrific >, .. .

Kyle home. After a trip throughthe power team proved it could handle ..' ., : {< .

I southern' part of the State, any driving you'll ever do! ". ,r':::t,.,'/. .
they will return for a visit here :; : "'j)Jf.f ) 1" ;.

before going'I.to their home in COME IN FOR AN ACTION TEST ;<.',, .:;. .;...., :""';':i;. ,

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Takoma Park Md. : .
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-F.ak4 Mr.,and Mrs. Sam R. Marks of rroio'S SAKrrrwwTAhUGHTS .. .v/ .. '...., .'...,. :"/:7T-fi.'71J'"* ".m ll .
m THe .r. ...f ?,. <'Y" : :' '
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors .. ". : : / /. ",1.
in Keystone attending service .' .',smuo... un Y .. '., / ;;; .. /7" ., ,
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'at"'the Community Church. 'r- :. : :: :. :
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The Robert Randolph's an- : 'i.t:
s "+ nounce the birth on Saturday c.3 : ) ; ; : : :
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morning of a baby girl Cynthia : ,

Diane Mother and daughter are'

,- doing well and are in Alachua

General HospitaL -
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... : ; oT'I't1'0: ...,.. -.-- Mr. and Mrs. William Few PROVED AND APPROVED
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and will return to
L'fI > family Keystone AROUND THE WORLD
;. .'-/ "... -1"..r. .t;_ .., to reside in the Wflliam
; .h-" ;"...",,, .. Bolton home the last of January.Mr. .

Complete with 18 H.P. Johnson Motor and Murray Trailer and Mrs._ Charles T., Smith :
had as a recent visitor' Paul 58 F9RO

DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW! Moore John of Ruffini Wilmington has returned DeL froma 4 / ,

visit*in Jamaeia where he and

NO' PURCHASE'' NECESSARY Mrs. RuffinI: and their small '., FOlD'S'THE VALUE LEADER tH.1'ss I* -

.. daughter are remaining for a .. -- -
longer visit vith, Mrs. Ruffini's .
F.
F parents. They will return' the

R RStarkeFlorida later part of the month.

IMPERIALSERVICE E Mr..and Mrs. F. E. Stitchberry Andrews Motor Co
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E have returned from a trip; along

.E E the Florida West Coast, return
ing to New.Port Richie where .

1575 No. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 they visited Mrs. Stitdrterr/s- MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FLA.

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I Arrang events Given Home Demonstration


i '" II. I At Woman's Club' The Unofficial l Librarian of Clay Hill r Notes ,


The Fine Arts department of t>
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the'Starke Woman's Club was In gMBHHBfe" p' 1 DOROTHY ROSS
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Surrounded
charge of .the program at1 .the by towering
Gltdyi Moot? January meeting of the club Wed 'ea'" of bblfs'otife' n H-; 's6Ih H Demonstration AgentHow '

nesday afternoon of'last week' in : old; stacks of magaiines, current .
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aa- well'! '"4a' ancient colorful.
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the "cIub"hoiLseMrs. .
Louise Taccia, Walter I Starke VI oman"s..Club 'A: 'Russell -Nornran'; pres- I ChrIstmas cards,* and framed To Sew With Plaids wrong side to stitch.

I mottoes such 'as ."Jesus: Never : The demonstration this monthin Fruit Tree Plantings
Rice Plan Wedding To Sponsor Cabaret ident presided over"the"'Businesk '
Falls," lives a chipper little ladyof O the Home Demonstration Clubs Thinking about planting some
meeting. Mrs. Junius Smith:; 'fi-
ar Dinner Thursday Eve, dance chairman; announced the 84 years.' 4 is sewing with plaids. fruit trees to beautify, your home

Her name--is Lillie Wilkinson grounds and provide some food
appointment of1 her' cbmmittee Plaids appeal to'' most people
The Starke Woman's Club wiL .Od- she serves as unofficial (and too?
chairmen tot the"'Cabaret'suppe \ because of their color and rhythmand

Y be the setting for a Cabaret dinner which will be"gfveh"by"tlfe' unpaid) librarian for the ,Clay1JUl.oommunity design. They are gay and especially Fred Lawrence, citricultnrist

club members between Highland recommends these varieties of
given by members Thursday "evening,' Jan; -4 liked for school and
fhursday evening Jan. 23, wit) and Maxville, where she has { fruit for our section: Pecan-Cur.
23f.:. Mri W. H.: "NdBmari"arinbunced" casual wear. They appear to increase -
I two serving hours, 5:30: to 7 o' that" a coffee wfll lie held' bithecrub' ,made her home since 1914. ,x 3.. ix size and add pounds.For tis. Stuart; Pear Pineapple,

I. clock, and 7 to 8:30 o'clock. house; Jan: 29, to rat* Although she started 'teaching t i the best effects, plaids Hood; Persimmon Tanenashi

There will be a delightful floorshow funds for the Polio campaign ,school at ,17 and retired at' !65, should be matched at seamlines.! FugUyaki; Satsuma Owari;
a. at both dinner hours. because "of state law 'requirements Kumquat Nagami, Man mi;
C.J: This is done when cutting and
Mrs: 'H. Naswdrth'yt; thair- '
N Mrs. Junius Smith, finance Miss Lillie (as"the neighrs'iftow Calamondin; Muscadine grape-
extra time and material
man of the 'Fine Arts D pt.,'introduced yf" y i requires
chairman, has appointed the fol- Mrs. :R": F. 'Young wholehioristf bO her'yB) still a teacherat Here are some things to considerif Burgaw Scuppernong; Boysen- ,
owing committee chairmen for heart,* Nothing pleases' hermarh'thad'Lto.he'called berries-thorn and thornless var
aled and talked on 'fl Warrangement'S '$t you want perfect matching. '
the dinner: Mrs: E.: L Matthews on' to do' t ieties.
When the
buy plaids study
er" MrS 'J. A. you
assisting chairman; Mrs. F. S a, bit, of sutstitute, work at the Gotta Cold. -Huh? .
co'-ch'ainhari 'in1rod ea design to see if it has a right
Griffin,1; : ; '
Smith, decoraUons'and sewingwith' hkby Clay Bur 'School: "I like three' times
and left design an up and down "No? You will nave,
MiieU'of Gaihesvflte
Mrs: Carolyn" '
Mrs. W. B. Parks, co-chair- who Had several"of her lovely; to, 'keep: my' fihger In," 'sh+l' says. design or an 'even design. Check this winter- unless you're lucky!

: :nan; Mrs. E. A. Hall and Mrs'H. paintings on: display in the clubroom ; The kin YI..ttul<; _- -:smile, to see if it is printed on the ma- What to do? Try and dodge it

B. Peyton: entertainment' Mrs: M iell. has* won sev-; veteran, school teacher- lives alone terial or woven in the fabric. If by eating a sensible diet, dress to

Mrs. J. A. Griffin and Mrs: C oral awards for' her exhibits. n win'' : her Jimieon the it is printed, it should run suit the weather-keep your feet

I H. Nasworthy, food arrange: As the members and guests'at Long Branch road. She was born"near 1r straight with the grain line. More dry-- void prolonged chilling, get
it ;
meat; Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Kingston.: Canada 'arid"came enough rest.
material is than
: required pattern
rived at the meeting were
alads; Mrs. Bertha Pierce, coffee they to Florida: with her parents'when
presented with a chrysanthemum suggests, in order to match the If you get a cold get plenty
and kitchen; Mrs. ,R. E. Erf she was eight years"old': Her \
drink
and
with the compliment of design.In of rest eat lightly
mondson, desserts; Mrs. H. H corsage father, Thomas'Wager., was a ,
the Starke Garden Club of which selecting pattern, plenty of fluids, be suspicious of"miracle"
your
4 Adams and Mrs. James Lewis carpenter and took out a homestead : .. I
Mrs. Young is president.The Spring Bank" # choose one with as few seams as cures. If you' aren'tbetter
vegetables; Mrs: Harry' Mooty at near
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hostesses rved" Russian in 48 hours, call your doc-
Set-in sleeves and
s possible. yokes
tickets and publicity Mrs. S. -l6. Green Cove Springs: where his
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Mr and Mrs Fred Taccia I
; ; anniunce" sandwiches and cookies dur tor. Keep yourself and your cold
tea curved lines
Simmons. and Mrs. C., E. Johns"meats. father. had already settled. WiUitWo give problems .in I
the engagement and ap- lag the social hour. to the! out of circulation.
matching plaids. Try keep
helperifand' much in .
marriage of their Members of the club' art : nothing .
proacMng x Bureau of Health Education AMA
the- of tools but a"'cant- underarm dart on a stripe.
assisting on these committee. way .
daughter.. LoQise Marie, to Wal- ''"Miss Lillie" {Wilkinson, bookloverextta rdlnary and un Spud Johnson Says:
ter JL lice, son of Mr.;and Mrs. Tickets- are available front WSCS To MeetThe hook he;put up many of the'fIrtlog When cutting plaids, cut each .

Hirry' C. Rke"of Charlotte, 'N. Mrs. Harry Mooty, ticket -chair buildings in that- area official "librarian"' for the Clay Hill community, devotes some piece singly. Cut second piece, Farming is a business and

C: At the' present time Mr: ;Rice man or from Mrs. Claude Crow Methodist WSCS will Miss Lillie and her sister at- time each day to her favorite book ef all the Bible. sleeve for instance by placing keeping records is necessary in .

.. Is'a' student at the University of son at the Bradford, County meet Tuesday morning Jan .21.', tend at 10 o'clock in the sides together with plaids match- records are a necessity for the
r Florida.- Telegraph. Fellowship, OrangePark Academy for two; Afraid? "Why should I be a- a bit of writing in her time. She
Hall for their business and; ing. Allow for a seam in center successful farmer.
.. 'The' wedding will take plate ; pro-, years! and she laughs at the recollection. fraid?" she asks with ah engaging loved' to write rhymes for her
gram meeting. The nursery will front and back when using a plaid We have an: excellent book
oh Saturday, Feb. 1, at 2:30: p.;. Tacky Party Held ." smile that makes one won- school' children and one of these,
be for children. with and left
in:! in St. Edward's Catholic open pre-school "The:tuition'wasn't much' and der. "Why, indeed?" set to the tune of "My Bonnie right design. printed especially for this purpose

Church. A reception will followat By Guild Units most'"of that was paid in sweet 'Her first husband wa*'Andrew Lies Over The Ocean" seems to When sewing, match plaids in which you may have for the ask
Methodist WomenThe ,- center and side seams. Use solid ing. Our office is in the court
'the home of the bride's pa- potatoes, 'she declares. Christian Cook, a cabinet 'maker embody her philosophy of life.
Wesleyan Service.Guild, Unit 2, color to accent the : house and office box
rents. When' Miss Lillie' came to Clay born in' Denmark "who'did It went like this: plaid Cut annex post
inlay
entertained Unit 1 at a delightful'tacky Women's' Society or'the Hill as a 17-year-old teacher in pockets on the straight and match number is 267, Starke. So write or
work violins. Her father
party" Tuesday evening in First Methodist Church will entertain l SQ's: sfie" found the typical one- on' gave We're standing today by our the plaid or on the true bias for come to see us.
Circles them acres' at Spring Bank
Presbyterian the 1.0 school
Fellowship HalL house
the Service
Wesleyan contrast Place
room school house' of that day, prominent stripesto
where lived until his deathin
% Circle 1, of the First Presbyterian The party room was gayly decorated Guilds Unit rand Uhit-2, at a: and 92' pupils' as her* first assignment 1903.they We're standing today by our give needed figure emphasis. A To Drill Sunday
for the occasion with multicolored and .entertainment'in the school
supper In retrospect she is plaid jacket and a plain skirt
Church met the homeof '
at
Some later, Miss Lillie Our teachers
Mrs. L. T. Crews Tuesday crepe paper streamersand Fellowship Hall on Friday eve" pro'ud of the fact:: that so manyof years' are patiently broadens narrow shoulders. Ex- Members of Co. C, Starke's National -

evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. W. S toows. The refreshment table ning. Jan. 24, at 7 o'clock' in commemoration her pupils went on to become married a former pupil of hers, working, pect all plaids to make you look Guard unit, will drill Sun
William Webster Wilkinson Are with
a teaching the
JtcAliley led the opening de was overlaid with a bright red of Guild month. preach rS or' teachers. Two of farmer and blacksmith of theCla' rule; patience larger. The larger the plaid and day in preparation for the annual

votional. Mrs. Crews chairman linen cloth and centered with' an 't 'J r--I' I'3 her 'first class that she remembers the sharper the color contrast the technical inspection scheduled for
mil
: community. She helped Chorus
arrangement in keeping with thetacky" stY well are' Lucius Godwin more pounds it adds. Plaids 23.
presided over the business sea theme. First and him build 'their home and laughsas Do right do right, maybe Thursday-Jan.
sicn. Mrs. Bill Johnson was second and Hettie Taylor. she' recalls, "I'm a pretty Do right is the rule of our more easily matched if a lap The technical'inspection. Is for

elected recording secretary and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Nel- But' she fails to' recall any good carpenter, except I1' seem to school. seam is used and basted on the the purpose of determining the

Mrs. B. F Costello was elected son Green and Mrs. Henry GodI schoolboy pranks or other unpleasant have' the faculty of whacking the right side. Baste with a blanket adequacy of the care and main

treasurer win as the most appropriately incidents and sums up naiL" And. it has also been the rule stitch catching a few threads in tenance of unit equipment, tools
wrong
The hostess served refreshments costumed. The prize were mis- her outlook 6n life by' saying of Miss Lillie Wilkinson's life. each piece. Then turn to' the and supplies.
she has in the
Living as Clay
matched earrings and mismatched
a -
"r have never known a really
to the members
seven
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Hill 'for
i salt and pepper shakers. Several bad pen8on" community so many
present were' years; Miss Lillie knows a lot of
Circle 2 met with Mrs. Guy games played duringthe Bradford County Hospital' an- When a visitor conies to her the traditions and folk' lore of isa
hours
and awarded
Andrews Tuesday morning at party' prizes nounces" the following" births:' somewhat isolated' and- weather- .
the community. She rememberswell -
to the winners. At the conclusion
10.o'clock with Mrs. Carlton Mc- :Mr. and Mrs William Paul beaten cottage, which she and "doctor" Kyle Wilkerson THE NEW .n

Manus_chairman, presiding. Of- of the games ice cream, cake Reams, Jr of Starke, a daughter. her -husband" built with their who, lived nearby' and made a ,.. ,\

ficers' elected were: Mrs. Guy and coffee were served with'ea.ch Brenda Lee, Jan. 12. own hands 43 years ago, Miss potent home remedy from sas-

,j Andrews, co-chairman; Mrs. T. serving on paper plates adver- Mr. and' MrS b6 ald' Tndiii -: Lillie soon invites him in to "see safrass root, sumac, an herb SmithCoronaELECTRic

r A., yawn, treasurer; Mrs. Claude tising the holiday seasons throughout son of Green Cove Springs, a my library." Whether her love of called "old' man's beard," butter- ,
the year. A misceHaneouji learning\ led to a teaching! ( -
Crowson daughter, Mary Helen Jan. 12.
recording secretary; fly' root, and Queen's Delight, all !
and Mrs. Robert assortment of paper napkins also career,, br ner years of teaching,
Paterson corr. steeped together with a handful -
carried out the theme. Mrs. Har led to'a'( love of learning is one! r
eecy. I of nails' thrown in for
,The hostess served refreshments ry Mooty and .!.Irs. J. T. Grills; Mr. and Mrs. Bradford.Locke of of thosej questions Miss Lillie rusty good : _
measure '
,3 to the 11 members hostesses for! the evening, were id 6942 Rollo' Rd., 'Normandy; J k.sOflVil1e couldn't answer herself. But! tier PORTABLE TYPEWRITERGive
present "It seemed to' be :
The next meeting will tie charge of arrangements, with the announce'the' birth of a love of books is obvious, and she really' good '::

I at the home of Mrs. Crowson assistance of Mrs. Mullins. son: Mallon Bradford; on Jan. 10 recoils from the idea of throwingone for lot of ailments Miss Lillie ,

in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. four walls of her declares. "I suppose with that
I Feb. 11 at 10 o'clock. Following the party each Guild away. The this exciting new electric
held a business meeting. Guild 1, Locke is the former Sharon Hall, living room' are lined with laden many herbs in it, it was bound -
Circle 3 met at the home of C appliance; Perfect for all the ; j
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with Mrs. Lily Bridges leader, daughter of Mrs. Shellie Hall of shelves, and stacks of books' and _I to'have some medicinal value." -
M 's J. R. Kite with Mrs. Inez the s '
made plans tg attend the Guild Starke magazines .fill most of the floor There's no doubt about the family, Smith-Corona Electric -
Kirtsinger chair-
performing as
I space also. Mapsmottoes, and healing properties of some Portable typewriter. -
man. Plans were made for the Workshop on Jan. 26 at 2 pmn J
Gainesville. family portraits of another'era herbs, MisS Lillie believes. In

coming The hostess year. served refresh- I Guild 2, with Mrs. R. S. Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'W;.,Cress cover "aU wall space not otherwise fact; she has seen black snakes' $197.50 dk taxr
locked in7 mortal combat with _
ments to the nine members present leader also made plans to attend sler of Atlanta, Ga. announce: the filled with books.

1 The next meeting will be the Workshop. Guild 2 will be in birth of a son, Alan Merritt on "Why. I wouldn't think of their deadly enemies, the ground' FLow -
rattlers. If black snake
at the home of Mrs. Louise charge of the altar flowers in Dec. 24. Paternal* grandparentsare throwing" II book or magazine bitten it wouldslither a away'and was Down Payment and Terms To Suit Your Convenience

Harden, _State Farm on Feb. 11. February and appointments for Mr: and Mrs. M. W. Cresslerof away, Mist Lillie says. "I give chew "" bush
I on a Seneca a while,
the four Sundays were made. The Starke.Funeral. my children what they want, .

next meeting will be a buffet when ,they come to see me- ana 'then"go back' to fight again, OTHER SMITH CORONA
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Executive BoardThe MODELS
save the rest for my friendS and eventually whipping the rattler.
at the home of Mrs. Mul
supper Is Held 'neighbors 'en I "Somethi g in'that weed counteracted Skywriter
And 'Miss
Executive Board of the lins with Mrs. Henry Godwin as : to ] y. the'polson;;" ,Miss Lillie Clipper Sterling Silent Super
Lillie does "quite a business" !in
tt Women of the First Presbyterian cohostess. For Mrs. Fay GillMrs. her onewoman.free "publIc"hbrarq says; and she'certainly ought to 74150' 99i50

Church will meet Thursday Jan. During the meeting Mrs. C.: D. : know" i 114.50 134.50

M 23, at 7:30: p.m. in the Sunday Williams president of the Society Plus
Tax
Miss lillie hW been widow Although 'her first love breading Plus Tax Plus Tax
a
I School building. invited the Guild members to be Fay'Prescott GUT, 74, of Plus Tax
Starke died ahd lived alone for many yearsi: Miss Lillie has also done No Down
.i the guests of the Society members Saturday mOrnIng in Payment .-. One Dollar Per Week ...

at a supper Friday evening, a local hospital following ill- ,\

.if Jan. 24, in the Fellowship HalL ness of several weeks. I
Mrs. Gill was born in"Bradford I 1

f DARK County Aug. 9, 18S3 daughter of rdt
Circle MeetingThe ; r You can' depend on high quality
tthe late '
Sanderson J. and Hy t
i STARKE FLA. If1'10, S'erisational: Offer! &atDec&iitTwt
Lorena Epperson Circle of vanah Wynn Gill. She"was" a; drugs when your prescriptions. are
member of the Starke First Bap- -
the First Baptist Church met

SUN., MON., TUES. Tuesday night at he home of Mrs. tist Church. .,I filled by. us. The extreme care r
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January 21
Ned Yancey with Mrs. Paul Car- Surviving are three daughters: '
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. Mildred used in filling; every prescription is
ter as cohostess.The Doyle of Starke, $1 .
.The
New 1957 '
Gun Battle AtMonterey leader, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Fay Prather of Jennings,
r your guarantee: that you will get I week- the
presided, and Mrs. S. L. Peek.Jr. La., and Mrs. Clarice Robb of i a buys new SMITHCORONAPACEMAKER

opened the meeting with prayer. Charlotte N. C.; two sons, Thom;' just what the doctor ordered. '

With Sterling Hayden and Pamela After a short business session as and Prescott Gill, both of Rancl t

Duncan Miss Betty Jane Morgan gave the Starke;' a brother. Guy 'Prescot Remington

And devotional and program, assisted of Jacksonville; twd sisters;; Mrs.' LET"US' FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION :

the by Mrs. Davis Gassett. E. T. King of Jacksonville and ahb
Harder
Fall
They -1r'
Mrs. W. K. Wilder 'of' Orlando :
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With Plus Humphrey Color Cartoon Bogart Kingsley YWAThe and Funeral seven services grandchildren.were held. In the FLYNN'S' DRUG STORE ;J# ADDING M'ACHI'IIE tt ttn01


Kingsley Lake YWA met DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at Starkeat 220 N. Temple Phone 79

Wed., Thur. Jan. 22, 23 at the home of Miss Sylvia Nor- 2:30 p.m. Monday with the r ,

DOUBLE FEATURE ton on Thursday, Jan. 9. The devotion Rev., Lewis D. Haines officiating f t -

The Sleeping CityWith was brought by Mrs. Burial followed !in the family plotin {t; ,
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Marie Siemer followed by the Santa Pe Cemetery. .
down
Richard Conte &: Coleeo i money .
on "The Golden Door.'
program f Regularly
Gray LA' v (tuJ In- .** ,& 1
Following the program, refresh- Palmer > .
AND ments were served by'the hos rs. j ,CLOSE OUr- SALE *, the easy way-en the *179.50 *. ,

THE KILLERSWith tess assisted MNIh)tat.. Remington Rand
by'her mother Mrs.

Bort and Lancaster Albert Dekker, Ava Gardner Emmett: Norton. Taken By DeathFuneral 1. 5 % DI.S.COU I : fft- ar7itt4, Deferred F"Bradford' '''Payment.-<. .'Plan,-! 'f: HOW OMY '


Plus Color Cartoon for Children NOTICE TO CHAIRMENOF services for Mrs. Jose-
0pu8tax!
CIRCLE PUBLICITY phine Gulli Palmeri 15, were held ,,0N ALL Pay like rent- 159

Ffi:, Sat. JaiL 24; 25 All chairmen of publicity of at 11 aJn. Monday ,at the graveside I I GLIDDEN own' your machine

t DOUBLE FEATURE church circles are asked to turn in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith PAINT' PRODUCTS. Pd.P-,

Leo Goreey, llontz Hall and the their; reports in to The Telegraph the Rev. Donald Kokomoor OSc: Typewriter: ::
Itewtry Boys In' office on TI1es ays. Due to the officiating. Spred Satu'4 SemiGlossPorch'_ and' Beck, Japake Batted .

possibility of errors in taking re- Mrs. Palmeri died in Starke- Enamel and Exterior Masonry Paint, Smith-Corona-' .

:Bowery To: ,Bagdad, ports over the telephone all hospital Friday&'l't l1r followinga BUY I County Telegraph America's FuieSEE
NOW PAINT
LATER
AID'CANYON chairmen are asked',to, cooperateby short illness. She was a nativeof TnCllrritedb..t.-

RIVER handing in their reports in Brooklyn, N. Y. and had beena .l .", fin. tPHONW OFFICE SUPPLIES& EQUIPMENT A Ceaao.owuee Trade-IIa For '

IN CINEMASCOPE typewritten form. the resident past 10 of years.Bradford. County' for STARKE BUILDERS SUPPU Old T

N With George Montgomery YOU'U'LOVE tfco sew DteP Survivors inctade five sisters;: t Phone 29 Starke, Fla -rR YpYll'TDAYI. :

Plus Color Cartoon and Serial brook'purse-size fountain pens In DeWitt'C.: Jones! Funeral Homeof 45 orj, 333._ I

Chapter No. 9. pastel thadeo. Only $ .OS a* Brad Starke' was in1 charge of arrangements. .. : -- !

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1' THURSDAY JANUARY 16, 1958 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH- STARKE-FLORIDA rcrI rrortt :

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-- --- ---- : : _-- _" -,.< -Friends- of Mrs. M. L. Lawson M, -Eula- :: Holiingsworth- .and!' "..V Case No, l-:58 ,GRECTCs'GS: ; You are -hereby--i j to accept or reject any or all bids.- nil ''hi 1*..i I I'tf" All r' ,,>

--- *..tI..* '1. Afpru* "OJ. ,.-.U lu.ii auii in eiiu'ty has C'lnOF STAR KB. 'I.oRlII.\ Aiau'C! W-nl Ji .|) Ki 'rlJa
will regret t'. learn of the. death! Mrsj W. C, Denn4 of For:\ White |>,i Tot JosephJohn Kurtzo. whose j I been brought; against yolk: and each By Carl Johns. City. Clerk. Title l/jHlJiiirf.! Ja, S.1IIIJ. :.

fI !?t ller_mptjjerj..Mfsqrpn\ Welchof weje Sunday vteitprj'of )tr. and residence aftd: ? address. U: 2161 Elm ', of you; and also against Ruby i lit ;t 1/17 I' 'l.Yrllla'' V
I Dade City, who died suddenly Mrs. L. B.' 'Alvarez and Mrs. E. J'lac!, Bronx, New York, c/q Mrs. Mar Lbng. 'E. 'jII 'ks5nd hU I ------' I and ;.file the original. m ta* ..ffl.-.
Rose.Kurtio:. wife Ruby A. Hayes, ..l':. J. Ilu\\1-'| XOTtCE TO APPB4K of the Clerk ttf UI.* Circuit Court
I fcf Sundaymorning of fi heart, attack. C, Priest .. on or before the I day of February
< V r. rhv notified tbat Ing and bill wife, Cleonei.. IH>\\ I. 1 nrrnll Coart. Bradford CSBBtf
I ."Funeral "services' were held Mrs. M. W. Cressler "returned suit for. divorce, .care custodyand ingV: P. Smithr and Xelle II. I IN'jllman Florida| !. Cka \rery. 195S: ; otherwise the allegations control of minor children and her husband. W. it.Noilinan !' Nathaniel Donald Knight. Sr.. said CoiupUmi will tat liken. as
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Tuesday in Dade two
'.. morning, City. Saturday after spending has 'b. ea' riled nfuntmi jou >u a. as deft'ndants1)' James i Plaintiff vs. Louise B. Knight. Defendant confessed.- you.'rhi,5 .
C'1NTH MEWf .'I Miss Gaie Denn of Jacksonvillewas weeks in Atlanta, Ga. wth her,. above named Court and. cause' ano 1,: Andrew and his \\ ift:. Shirley Case No. .12463elIrr sMice'ShaH bf published
jou-'are required tw erv>e a .{. % Tie \ once each week for four consecutive
copy Xeill1 Andrews, as lalntU!!!. In the ppCar
.a"" son and daughter-in-law Mr. .
wekeiduest ( Mr. and weeks the County Tale.graph.
I your answer 'or pleading "to th. above entitled Court atid cause To: Louise R. Knight. whose resi la Bradford.
,;
'. Mrs. ,Charles, Dinkins. and CharlesJ'W. 'Cressler and complaint. on' Plaintiff( Attomef that the' relief sought\ in aid 'su.ill .\ I Ii. i dencf andaddress is: 321 St. Nicholas .
------------------- ----------- -------- Dated this 27 day -ot December.
-Alan C. 'Winter,' 3r./ 3J> Florida Avenue New York. New York.
'son Alan Merritt. to clouds ,,
Randall Davis, Irvan. Covington baby Title1 Building' Jacksonville 2, remove from and qUI You- are hereby notified that a 1957.;
admitted
'
Beverly !
Lappe was Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns and confirm the plaintiffs' title to .
Mrs. Jr H. DuPre the lOFKiriAT, SRAL)
Delano Thomas spent Florida. suit for divorce has been filed
to Bradford County Hospital on spent the weekend, at Ornlond Buck Gill. weekend in Gainesville- the muG lU..' the original in the offle the' above described lands as an'I. against 'yoU In the above named Charles A. Darby.
and Butch-Smith of. indefeasible fee simple title thereto Clerk of the Circuit Court
South Geor- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 Court and cause and you are required <<
Wednesday for medical treat- Beach with re1ativeL'Mrs. ia. College, Douglas, 'Ga. were Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, house Dr h..fnr17 .... ". against the'clalma of you and to servo a ropy of your an- By Marian. L Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ment. O. L. Haynes, Sr. and ia the absence 'of Mrs. W. T;, diy of February. 133: $: each of you and you are hereby awer or pleading to the complaint! 1/1 41 1/24
home ,
fort the weekend. otherwise the allegation of said summoned ordered and required to
Mrs. Haynes. Jr. visited Mrs. W:: Mathis, hous mother Complaint will be taken as eoufeaMf *. file your answeror defenses the I ,
"" ., Mr.- and Mrs. Oscar Hend.rixand'Mrs.1 & (.5- : '" V -,, complaint in Said to the of. '
J.' Zahn in Ormond Beach or Mr. and Mrs John Yates of *- t ou. ('ao WE ARE NOW AT OUR -
C. J. Dill of I Waycros? This notice taall be puLllnbM fice' of the undersigned Clerk of '
Tuesday.Mr. Valdosta were Sunday visitors of each week for four
nee consecuUvieeksi said< Court : Bradford V '
atStarke;
and Mrs. B. F. Grimes and spent the weekend'with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale.; Mrs. "' ml thr.,JRADfORD.. OUf1'5'F'PflRAt'1 County;, Florida o'n or befpre the NEW LOCATION'
FLOR'loA" Mrs."J. P. Dill. 17th day of February. 158.! ; and to
;
son of Waldo wereSaturday John Sale accompanied the Yates Date.d 'tthjj 11 day of Jan., JJ38.; thereof A. -
Mr. and MrS: John T. Studstill (COl<' '!CIA1. MiULl! Cbariv. A, nai, sere a copy on Theron
of home after a week's visit with Yawn Jr., plaintiffs' attorney
evening supper guests Mr. and Clerk of' the' Circuit- CourtBy.Mkttas'l.'Crosby 501 NW 8th Avenue
and children spent the wee en. Mrs. Elmer: Lewis cJtr';
in' 'Lakeland d Ga. 'with relatives 'V -" Drawer 7ts1: Starke. Florida on
Mr. and Mrs. A. E.; McKinney Linda Kay, Sale celebrated her 1I1V4t'2/Y. .*. or. before said date, as required by
T '
H EATR.ESATURDAY visited Mrs. J. G. Millican: in Mn 'and Mrs. C. A. Walker oi 16th birthday on Sunday. with a the lag of Florida and the Florida MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

Jacksonville were visiting Mr. small dinner party, at the El REPORT CONDITION OF THE Rules of Civil Procedure: If you .
Palatka on Sunday.Mrs "FLORID BANK AT STARKE fail to do BO a decree pro cnnfesMiwill V c i '.
and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter on. Rancho restaurant for a few OP 8TARKB IN THE 'STATB OPFIXtRID.4 be entered against you for the Ph'orie Ffc 6-7588 Gainesville,: Florida
-
JAN. 18 M. L. Lawson and chil: Sunda}. classmate AT TUB CLO! Kf OPRLsIE relief &emanAtl in 'lt"m"la3nl.

DOUBLE FEATURE dren, Mrs. Guy Dyal of Green '. ox DtJ.u.: ; : 1957.', IT IS HEREBY 'ORDKREH that .
Mrs. Shellie Hall is spendingtwo Sen. S. C. Clark of Monticello A..f. V this' ,order and notice snail oe published .
Cove Springs Mrs. B. Emanuel Cash, balances $ '
weeks with her, soninlawand spending Thursday and Friday wlttrother onceV each wret fe.r four

Rev. and Mrs. Jack, Mabry- 'Jr.-. daughter, Mr. and M rs1 Brae with 'Sen. and Mrs. C. E. ,Johns! V balances banks, Including and cash reserve Items consecutive weeks In The Bradford

Mrs. J. T. Lawson, Mrs. H. A. in process of--collet 292,036.00United County Telegraph a newspaper
Locke.
and baby son, Mallon Mrs. M. W, Lance: returned States published In' Pradford County
Government
Lawson'and. Mrs. Edna, Hutchinson Bradford 'in Jacksonville. Sunday after ten ,dayg. visit with obligations direct and Florida and having a general circulation -

aU1IuD.MT JM ..kfVtPAIiT of Starke attended the ':Mi. and Mrs. Ed Carswell en Mr. and Mrs. R. N, Carswell In guaranteed V ,19I,67.n In said county.
of 'Mrs Obligations of States and WITNESS: my hand' as Clerk of HUNDREDS
funeral Tuesday morning
MAimio tertained at a Canasta. part: '\\yaycross Ga. She attended the, political ,subdivisions :38G.42i.40 said 'CirVUit Court' of Bradford : ,
lD KACltAt Oren Welch in Dade City. Mrs. Saturday evening for a few wedding" 'her granddaughter Loan and discount' 'in 1'"unl'Ir.rida( and the si'ii| of
Welch was the mother of Mrs. cluding: $%31.81 over said Court at Starke. Bradford,
', j friends.- Miss Rita Carswell, to'Tom Grayin drafts 1.155.551.92 County. Florida <>" tins lltli day of details are managed and economic-
t A.D M. L. Lawson.' Mrs. J. 'V. Lee<< returned tr Waycross on Jan. 12. .Mr. Bank premises owned J6.- of January, A.D. 1951

MOST AMAZING The T. A. Yawn children are I r her home in Atlanta, Ga., on Lance joined. his family over the 063.7 fixtures?, ,furniture and* (CIRCriT! COURT SEAL' ) ally attended that only a trained .and
of chicken 12.300.60 18,364.:1'1.Other : Charles A. Darby careful organizatiollcan' 8ttena'wt.eh
recovering from a siege -I I
Tuesday after three months visit weekend.Mr. assets 20.13J.5S Clerk of the Circuit Court of t '

BIG-HOUSE BREAK pox. 1 i Jwith Mrs. H. L. Brownlee: ant and Mrs. Tony Gonzaler Bradford County Florida. the urgent D"*>d. for serving i is. at
ot TOTAL ASSETS 4.0 4.4X2.9t Theren A. Ywn. Jr.. Attorney fr '
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Henry hand.
I IN CRIME ANNALS! Mr. and .Mrs. Jim Chasteen.Mr. moved to Kingsport Tenn. on Plaintiffs. Post Office Drawer: 701..

Buffalo, N. Y. are renting the .. and Mrs. :Maxie CarterSr. Monday where 'Mr.; Gonzalez wilj Demand Liabilities Starke Florida. 1/17 4t !/7I.
deposits of' Individuals -
B. J. Bowden home on W. Gardner Mr., and Mrs. Carter, Jr. and be assistant pastor of the Temple -i partnerships, .. I .
k1ffiI rirmlt Cuurt. Bradford 'O.lIt".
:: I, Street son, Brad, of Starke and Mr.I anc1 Baptist! church. He :wju, Center Time and corporations 1,405,126.6' '; Klurliim !. Ck..rerf.FlorencePi. DcWITT C. JONES
deposits of Individuals V
John Stewart of Dysart Saskatchewan "
Mrs. J well Faulk and Dr- Albert the Carson-Newman College << ,',partnerships and Floyd Plaintiff vs

Canada, 'is visitingMr Malaterre 'of Jacksonville 't Jefferson City, Tenn. on Jan. corporations 1,467,148.23 George-K. Floyd, Defendant.. Phone>> 1 .. StarLe FJ .. _ _
Cane XI) I2-4S2: -
Deposits of United States
and Mrs. James Watson on had dinner at the Sand. Bai 11, as a. ministerial, student. for Government Including- Order of Publication and Votiee To .
N. Clark street_ for!: the balanceof Restaurant' Fernandina Bead) bur years). J postal 'savings'V 27,681.98 'Appear 'State. of Florida Toi funeral' Director Ambulance Serviet
George R. Floyd whose, residence '
the winter season. on Sunday in celebration of thr Deposits of States and po. Is Richmond, Virginia and whose Our'1 c&1 funeral hOme tn&blai u to offer conrazJueM u4
Rev! W. S. McAliley was in Jitical' subdivision 5661,443,07 address- Richmond County Jajl.
birthday anniversaries of M1'and 4t The Florida ervlcei Rot ctbarwiiff av&P&t41.! ,
Atlanta Monday and Tuesday on Other'deposits" (certified Richmond, Virginia. V
Mrs. Carter, Sr. and officers' check.
.
You
.." are required ta appear on
business. A'Worii War'lL 5 -etc.) h" V. 10.201.22TOTAL 27 ---V. __ _,,,rJ _J- I II I F I JVsVt.
Mrs. V. S. St. John and grand battle betweenan V January 1958 in the above
Mrs. Carrie Ward will attencthe' DEPOSITS 3,571.601.12 named Court and cause, wherein '
daughter Sharon'Clu'ff, visited American and WI turnua the Krvlu at iowert and
destroyer a Other. liabilities.. 50,797.89 plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration highest type prices

50th wedding anniversary'H the Stephen Foster. ,-- Memorial. or German" submarine featured. in TOTAL LIABILITIES of former narne. &G ept' ANT life: Insurance policy In force, !toned, fcj ANT
her cousins Mr. and Mrs. M. '
Sunday.Mr. Producer-Director Dick Powell's (not including subordinated Bradford County Telegraph shall C>*p&B7. u parment' in' part or is, foil! OB, 'a fg& rLCfeuoltatlon
Ford in Lakeland on Sunday. and Mrs. Joe Saunders oValdostai i initial Cinemascope production 0 b 11 g a ttpns publiSh this Order In next four cArrie ao eb1tpt1l1
shown below'UU.399.01 weekly issues.
Mrs. Robert Halsall retumel'Saturday
\ and Miss Pearl New 'ThA Enemy Below which will Withes* my hand and V Wl'lal8eal -

after a month's' visit some of Ocala were Sunday; play Sunday and Monday at the -Capital .ee ...tCapItals at Starke. Florida, this 20 December
with her brother-in-law and 150,000.09 1957. .
'
guests of Mr. and Jesse New Florida. Surplus 175.000.00 (OFFICIAL SEAL) J -:--- -
sister. Mr. and< Mrs. Thomas
some. Robert Mitchum is the skipperof Undivided profits 17.30171. V Charles a. Darby,
Garvie, in North Caldwell, N. J Mr and Mrs. Titus Olson wen Reserve (and retirement As Clerk' of said Court.
the American destroyer escortn account for 'preferred
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
home by l. "
She was accompanied '
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs : the picture and Curt Jurgens capital 99.775.19 Chas.: R;- Hess204! Guaranty Life

Mrs. B. J. Bowden who had beer Mae Hawkins and son Paul ir lays the role of the U-Boat corn.S TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS V Bldg,. Jacksonville ?, Fla.

visiting her son-in-law and, Waldo. 44J.OS3.SS Attys., for Plf. 12/27 It 1/17
nander. Both are 'skilled in their I'V
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I
,
David Huesman of Scobey CALL "
command the matching of TOTAL LIABILITIES FOR nmDecember
Bitter in Bloomfield, N J. for Mont. was the weekend guest ofJudge : their wits and AND CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS V 30, 1957.Sealed .
thnique provides '
several weeks. 4.064.482.S7 Fids will'be received by
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman the action until the two ships +This bank's capital eon- he City Council of the City of

Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan Mrs. W. H. Struth who ha! "die" in a dramatic' ollisi n. stats of: Starke at the City Hall in Starke,
'aJOHNNY visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Black. Common stock with totalpar Florida; "uijtil 7:00. o'clock P.M. on
ill entered thr<
# been seriously Much of the picture was filmedin -value. of I15!.OOOOO Tuesday January 21. A.D.. 1958, at
DESMOND ard in Jacksonville Saturday Bradford.County Hospital or and 'around Pearl Harbor. which time and ,place all bids received -

MERRYAKOERS evening. Monday and is getting along at;! HeaeraBda will tie publicly opened and
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Farber are Assets pledged or assigned read aloud on the following:
I well be expected.M. .
I amanoBunuima as can V to liabilities 7500 tp 10.010 Ibs. of Chlorine. In
\ I CWIIiIA moving Saturday from Camp L. Lawson entered the I AudjoVisual.Exp; rt and for secure other purposes 1,211,516.05 150-lb. Cylinders, 12 Months Supply -

Blanding to a house at 1220 N. Bradford Hospital on I Delivered to Starke Florida.
To
'II County 1 Speak ,At PTA I, C; E. Hernwall Cashier of' the The said City reserves the rightto
*h tAYD'a t M/UKM/ .*****HI urow : Temple avenue. Monday for observation Md< : J -; !! I ff' above named bank do solemnly accept or reject any or all bids.
IIIftCll4..,flU f $WCS Mrs. O. W. White Sr. visited "treatment.P. A representative/ of the Bell &' swear that' the above statement is CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDABy
Plus "Family Circus" Cartoon true and. that It fully and correctlyrepresents : Carl Johns. City Clerk
her daughter, Mrs. Charles! A. Clardy of Atlanta was; Howell Camera Co. will 'present a. the true state of the 1/3 3t 1/17 J

and Chapter No. 5 "Batmanand Fields, and"family in Jacksonville the, overnight visitor Sunday ot program on .the use of several matters herein contained 1 _
audio-yisuj
Robin." and set forth, to thC.beltVof my V CALL FOIl BIDS (
on Tuesday. his sister Mrs. Sarah Hunter,, al materials in the school at the knowledge and belief. V December 30, .1957

Sun. Mon. Jan. 19 20sswNETOiVM.tuiJVRGEIS Mrs. Carlyle Peek and son and. family. Bradford High School PTA, meetsing Correct-Attestr S C. 'E. Hernwall. Sealed bids will be received by
HAROLD c: WALL .the City Council of the City of I ITV
Bill of Chicago, HI- were recent Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaverof Tuesday 'at 7:30; p.m. in the '
S. I.' PEEK, JR.. Starke at tbe-.Ctty Hall-In Starke
visitors of Judge and Mrs. E. K visitorsof : RCA Victor Dart on. low-priced table
:
) Williston were Sunday Music Building. V W. B. Florida until 7:00: o'clock P.M. on

Perryman. Mr: and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Lee King, ope'ator of King's SEWELL.Directors Tuesday, January 21, A.D., 1953, at with 'Lean and Clean" styling that

I, Mrs. W., W, Page of, Lake City Mr.'- and Mrs"; Frank Herlon Roller Rink;; will also- be a guestat' 1 County.State. of Florida Bradford. 11II:, V I. which will time be and publicly place all opened bids and received saves you space. New, "Mirror-Sharp"

i is spending this week with: Mist spent- Wednesday to' Sunday last the 'meeting and will outline Sworn: to and subscribed before mi ''I. read aloud on the following: picture-262 sq. in. of viewable area."HighSharpandEasy" .
\ this 14th day of Jan., 1958. and
I and W 800 ft. more or less of 2Vi-in. with new
Kate Struth visiting Mrs. week with relatives in Orlando.Mr. tuning
the skating program for young! 1 hereby 'certify that' I am not at Cotton Rubber Lined Fire Hose,
H. Struth in the Bradford County and Mrs. Carl Motes and I people. i officer or director of this bank. 400-lb. Bum Test. All 'rasa C "One-Touch" on-off control. Improved

I Hospital. son 'of Palatka, were visiting .fr. An executive board meeting will 12.My 1150.'commission. ".expires_ H .February Couplings, Rocker-Lug Type; National Balanced fidelity Sound. Powerful new

I Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Trescott and Mrs. Charles Hardy on Sun- Standard Tread. Bidder to chassis.Ebony;mahogany grained
be held' at 7. p.m. immediately SEAL) Helen E. Glasgow. Notary furnish sample and name brand. super
of Lake Cityhave purchased the preceding the meeting. Pu blic. V Price F.O.B. Stark, Florida. 'or limed oak grained finishes. extra.

I Tony Gonzalez house'at 331 N. day.Mrs.. Junius Smith entertained regular Hooded by the Mass Bonding. and The said City! reserves 'theright- 21T820 Series. ; .

Myrtle 'Aye: .Mr, Trescott is an the Woman's Club 'Cabaret dinner insurance Co. -- V

insurance salesman and Mrs: chairmen at luncheon Tues- Cub Pack 70
laThe Circuit Court of the
Trescott is a registered nurse day for a planning session. Cub Scout t pack 70 will meet << f.lrrmlt .! Florida EighthJaalrlal !. sad Health Facts 21" ONLY 18995

'Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Faber have Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Jack- for. Bradford feiatr, .

..i.oI&uza W. CINEMASCOP moved to'1220 N. Temple ave sonville spent the' weekend wit Tuesday evening, Jan.. 21, at 7:30: In- .Chancery.V V V Case Xo. 12-458 1. The function of your body* h I
o'clock in the Methodist Fellow- -
......-..-- her son-in-law and daughter Mr. JAMES L. ANDREWS and his wife controlled by the nervous system.

Plus "Gag Busters" Cartoon, nue.Mr.. andjMrs., C. C. Hoppe: of and Mrs. Drew Reddish. ', ship HalL SHIRLEY XE1LL ANDREWS,

and "Springtime in Holland" Tampa were visiting Mrs. O L Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and Defendants.flntrffsT Vs. W. D..- BAnXESf ,et al 2. Faulty,nerve' function can produce TV ServiceAll

.pedal Beasley and Mrs. J.. VV, Kincaid family of Gainesville were Sun '- % SIT; TO Ql'IET TITLEOrdt'r a wide variety. oft disease,
THE; RIGHT POINT, for the .
of
PnbllcatioB .d Aotlve to.lnl.
over the weekend. day visitors of Mr and Mrs J: R. "
..
3. Restoring normal nerve func
Tues., Wed. Jan. 21, 22 Mrs.. G. L. Chapman and Mrs. Kelly. way you write. Come In'and K'it' IN THE 'NAME OF THE STATE OF tion restores
health and re&istanccto
j-L D. W. Witt of Lake City 'were Mrs C. J. Houpt is visiting ', V FLORJDA.TO: .. .!

WHAT HAPPENED TO weekend of "Mr. and Mrs; Lakeland led. your favorite ESTERBROOK The BradfordCountv Bank, a disease even after V ,thi
guests relatives in through
I I IrTpcTu *! corporation:. Simon J. Temple and methods have failed. **** Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

US LAST R. V. Chapman. Friday. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.: his wife, Sarah,'". Temple: Qeorge
E:. '.Pace' and his wife, Margaret Fully Equipped ... Dependable
Ewell Lawson returned homr Carl Knight entered St. Vin. You'll be surprised to lean
Pace; Albert Y; CookeeyV.; D.
Saturday from the Bradford cent's Hospital on Saturday for E'arnes; J. M. Johns and his{ wife, what Chiropractic can do for you,'

County Hospital where he was .further treatment.Mr. Notice!NOTICK Is TO hereby FRIEIIODER given that% a Anna' C., 'Johns; 'Ervin Johns; T.wnUaiu' All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S

:1 confined 'the past week following and Mrs. Seeber' Goodman' rereglstratlon all freeholders 'of barton; Elizabeth Pemberton-I'; .Mary.Johns E.; 'AnnitMJones ..Pern Consultation without obligation

and Sunday at Sil Bradford 'County Florida Is calledto also known Anna M
surgery. family spent as
; secure an up-to-date\ Us( of free. Long' and her huvband J.:N. Jones, Phone or write The,. TV
Mrs. Guy Andrews' and son ver'Springs. I holders to be used for qualifying T.V.. Elarb.ee; and his wife,4 Cora RADIO &

Tommy, attended the Audubon Sst. and Mrs. L. E. Clark of freeholder, electors to participate in Elarbee; Eveline ,B, Bennett; ; Martha -

4 tCooAT I Society Screen Tour In the Prudential Eglin Field, were Wednesday to an purpose election of approving to. be called the Issuance for the ,L.L.Bennett Jones, also and: known her hU as, Martha band. Dr. H. G. Bollinger INMAN D. GREEN, Owner .
&
building auditorium last 'Friday guests of Mr. and iMrs. of,Special Tu..School.DIstrict Number Aaron Jones; Hannah L Bennett; CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES ',

Friday; night. I. E. Clark. One of Bradford County bondsin Lurena Jonet'; Leonia! O\' reel, TV; Radio} .- Seat Covers Upholalerinf
the amount' .U OOI/O.OO. 'The '. 728 E. University Av*.
/
H'L Overstreet: J. A. Andrew
| 'Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez oft Mrs. Jane Blankenship ant'
following persons will begin accepting and his, wIf A. D. Andrews; :Jacob Gainesville! : ? Phone: 3-3238; Phone 239 Starke, Fla.
I Winter 'Haven 'spent: the Mrs. F. W...Webb of, Hawthorne registration on January '10, ,J. Johns; Hannah L. .Qverstreet and

II | latter part of last week withI were Monday evening visitors 'of 1958 In the various precincts'-and her' huebll.od- Henry .1:.. Ov erst reel, 426 N. Walnut Street ;
continue toaccept registration for C..P. Hayes and his wife, Anha Y. T.y. Headquarters
I(4\JinX1oUS I Qojpr
their daughter. Miss Dorothyi Mrs. Effie Johns. :
I a minimum ot thirty days: Hayes; John. ,D. McKinley. ; IT. S. Starke, .. ,- Phone' !. 108
Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs.-John Love Wilkes returned Precinct No. 1-George :W. Roberts Hewke and, his' wife, Alice b. M

IU1UMmm 1 Raymond, and Mr. and Mrs. to the home of her sister. Precinct No. 2 Office of Supervisor Hewke; W.tlter H.- Sergent;, Ma< After 6 P.M. by appointment .
Precinct No. 3 Office of Supervisor
c Hewke Sergent; and Allie Ii.. Ritchif : ,
scon I M. H. Lang. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. last Friday Precinct No. 4Mrs. Ollie Rivers! alive, and if any of the bon

r1 UCKIElOBfiKEIT'llMIUMSPlus | I Mrs. Carrie Ward and Mrs. J, after a month's .visit With.friend. Precinct No. 5-Mrs. Pearl Home' named pel-sens. be- dead" the* hiunknown ,
ug A1! IIISTLI Precinct No. 6-Mrs. Delaney Dick heirs, devisees, legatees,
H. Fields attended the funeral and relatives in Coral Gables inson -
**I PT pOC1IO grantors lienors. Creditors or lather I
.. ----- --- I( of Miss'Sophie Reinoehl in Jack and Jacksonville. Precinct No. 7-Mrs. Eunice Moody persons claiming any interest I In

'"Cock-A-Doodle Dog'J j sonville Monday afternoon. Mis-" '..Mn and Mrs H. H. McCon- Precinct No. 8-R. A. Colson. the hereinafter described property;
: 1\1Q\ 4.t, 1/31 by, through, under or agaluttj each TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
Reinoehl former Starke dichie. have moved to St.
was a Augu
'Cartoon and "Cafe Society"Special I>u.ch 4eftased, and all other person ;
resident. stine.. i NOTICE TO APPEAR- cl lmlng' any interest in the property .

I. Circuit Ceart. Br.dl.rd.C..t. ,. -, hereinafter described by 1
FUrMat 1. Cfca. ,.' tbrojvkh. undjer or against them or
trr. .
Thurs. Hogan Smith, Jr. Plaintiff vs.. dttitf tMhftn' ; and all other per New OfficeAt
Fri. Jan.. 23, 24Paramount Flora. Wallace Smith. Defendant. iions claiming: any right title, or Opens 'Its
----- and in.tere.st whatever in or to thp following -
I More more Case No. 12-469.
4 .tie, T. 4ppr.rt lands situate in Bradford,
& it V To: Flora, Wallace Smith whose .Cpunty,,_Florida, to-wit; V .
4 residence attff address is: Cnknown. Beginning. at the Northwest
I .'' property owners You are hereby notified that. .a. ,Corner of Block Thirty (3)0)) olad.
Pints suit for Divorce -original survey of the Townof 144 WEST'' CALL STREET STARKE

IIANAANDREVIS has been. filed against you ,In, the .Starke,. 'Florida, as the sam V ',V : :
are getting on above named Court and cause and appears 'of record in the public (ACROSS FROM OLENS DEPT. STORE)
you are required to serve a copy''Of records of'Bradford County inDeed
UNDA DARNELL your answer of 'pleading the > Book N, page 759,. and ruSouth.

STERLING HAYDEN ,. this'band' wagon; '! complaint Attorney on T. Frank the Plaintiffs Landrum, P. O.. Fifty-five. Seventeen(55) minutes(17) degree jVesaUog LOANS TO $600.00
,: ," .. -
r)*, Box 54$. Starke. Florida 'the' East boundary of f ; "
and' file the oriental In the office, ., Walnut. Street 27LZ feet to a '. CONFIDENTIAL FAST SERVICE
Our new 1-policy home protectiQn package is a real buy for of the Clerk of the Circuit Court tfolnt -"of 'b glnning. From th
before the
thrifty householders, who shop'for ex t'ra value. Fire: theft and .on 17 or'day of February, 1J58; point of beginning 'thus described -

personal liability.insurance for the home \\th'just one policy otherwise the allegations of said eight ,(68J run thence degrees South Fifty S.ixty: (50)- ? EVEP{ IF YOU OWE SOMEONE ELSE SEE US
confessed
.'. one premium .'. one renewal"date. It can sav you as muchas Complaint will" be taken. as minutes East. 73 feet;" thence !.

ELROWHiRSCH6EOFFBEUOONE 200or give you more protection than separate policies .-This by you.notice, shall ,be publishedeach run South". Thirty-one Nineteen(31)) (t9 minute)) degrees S LOANS' ON, SIGNATURE AUTO FURNITURE
week for four consecutive -
or both. Call us for details. weeks In the Bradford, County:.Tele Fifty (54)' seconds West S4.5 ; 'V : ,iLIVESTOCK -
graph. feet; thence run North 72 degrees -

Dated this 1$ dayof Jan.. 19a8. Tnty (20) 'lI1hiutea IWest
JERRY PARIS (OFFICIAL SEAL) I..3 feet; thence run North -
.
HAROLD C WALL AGENCY Charles 'A. Darby, Seventeen (I'ti degrees Fifty-
PEGGYW. .: Clerk .of' the Circuit Court five (55)' minutes 'East S feet Loans For Every V/orthythile!/ Purpose

__ _' 6 <-J' '"INSURANCE SPECIALISTS? ? By VirginiaF, Darby, Deputy Clerk 'to-polnt'llf. begiuaiftg. lyiag and '

Plus "Ups and u Dons pet 200 E. Call Street, ; ', Phone 146 ., 1/11. 41, :1./7 V being(SE%), the of ,'the Southeast Southwest. Quarter Juart-. DROP IN ANDSAY* HELLO!

ial and Vitch's Cats" ;Car Night: Call Harry Rabb 536.J NOTICE' TO AJ-fEA er' iV'O of Section Twenty-
toon; l' .' "' I. (4se.i4-G.s4r'Bas4tse4--. eight (,2<)f Township Six (6) PHONE 544 HERMAN FILL NGm. Manager
Starkc: ; Fl rid3 : IeI.rIdaJ i. rfc., *n. South, Range Twenty-two (??) .
tefa' Lucille 1 urtta. Plaintiff: vs. East' 'In- the City of Starke I :- V V .

,, Jcmeph John Kurtia". Defendant. Bradford County. Florida.
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Trail Ridge Credit 'Florida Bank InformationAsked Brooker Market Tag Sales Drop I if the loan was made in compli II veterans the VA. even though
4 certificateof
Auf Pileups ance with the provisions of that it may have issued a

4 Union Sets MeetingThe In Screwworm Fight act and of the (Loan Guarantyand commitment on the loan, may

Reports ProgressThe WrapUpMeeting Below Year AgoNone Insurance regulations. not issue evidence of guarantyor
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Reported HereFour seventh annual meeting of Florida's screwworm eradication World War n was terminatedon insurance subsequent to July

the Trail Ridge Credit Union, twenty-first annual meetingof program. was given 'a, big Set January of the controversial "P" July 25, 1947. Therefore, the 25, 1959, despite the fact that

composed employees at both the stockholders of the Florida i boost by the recent cold weathei tags for farm vehicles has yet deadline for the making of such unusual delays in the form of

minor automobile pileups and leaders in the program are been sold in 'B dford County, loans is July 25, 1958. Crosby title difficulties or other prob-
The of fann
were,reported by the sheriff officeduring the Highland and Trail Ridge Bank at Starke was held wi Tup.s'I'I calling on :county agricultural; officials ers. In wrap-up the tri-county meeting Brooker though applications for 13 have lems precluded completion of the

plants of the Humphreys Gold day, Jan. 14. and cattlemen to join ir been forwarded to Tallahassee said.This I .
the past few days but area in the promotion of auction means that the VA must loan transaction on the date anticipated

no serious injuries resulted.A Corporation, will be held in the S. L. Peek Jr.. president of the I the campaignagabiSi' the pesti- type sales at the'Brooker for approval. Tax Collector J. R. have received not later than by the lender.
bank, in his annual report to the lence. said .
three car mishap occurred Starke USO Building at 7:30 p.m. i Farmer's Market will be held Kelly yesterday.In July 28, 1958, an application for

Monday when one car failed to Saturday.The stockholders, reported that the I Entomologists point out ,that Monday, Jan. 27,. at the Brooker the other divisions, the sales loan guaranty or a loan report.. HIWAY CHAPEL
bank had made excellent progressin the extreme low temperaturesmay are falling behind last year, ASSEMBLY OF GOD
stop behind two I school. at 7:30 This
quick enough : p. m. means that the loan must
meeting is open to credit : 1957 with deposits. loans, and have given the operation an though the tax collector reports G. M. Osborae Pastor
others which had stopped for a { be in all
held fully completed
This meeting is being so aspect'and
union members and their wives or capital accounts all at new year- advantage ty freezing the flief that his office has been kept
school bus Deputy Sheriff Riley that the farmers in that area the VA must issue evidenceof Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn
Hall vice-
husbands only. Henry end highs. Year-end deposits in out of the ,northern section and busier with the explanations on"P"
Sweat reported. can stamp the final pledge ot guaranty or insurance before ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangells.
president, will preside.J. the bank totalled $3,571,601.12, an pushing them below their normal) tags and new sales taxes to
Sweat said that a car driven by increase of $400.000 support in promoting and patro- be transacted. July 25, 1959, Crosby said. tic Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday
C. Fogg, treasurer, said that over a year overwintering lin.es.L In average
James Drew Hindman. Gainesville nizing the market The VA reminds leaders that weekly prayer service. Invitation
Year-end, loans truck have left
and discounts Many owners
several items are on the agenda, ago. years this line runs east-west I
smashed into a jeep driven including a recommendation thata totalled 1155551.92, an through c in svUie. : County Agent G. Huggins without buying tags in the hopes in respect to loans to World War extended to everyone.ALVAREZ' .

by John Curtis Greene, pushing ItIntoa said this week that preliminaryfield
6 per cent dividend be paid for increase of $200,000 over a year To aid in" the campaign against that the "P" tag policies would
third veh'icle'driven by Ola work by L. H. Lewis last change, Kelly sail
1957. a proposal to increase the the flies.-- 'agents '
County
Mae Thomas Crispell of Gaines- ago.At week has shown that the' farmers Men's
Clothing
Under the latest directives of
maximum unsecured loan to $200 year-end $25,000 was trans have been asked t -submit'week. 11111 II STORE ll I
ville. I are intensely'interested in an the Motor Vehicle Commission
a
.. and an announcement that the ferred to surplus and during the ly reports concerning s'crewwonr II Established 1894 III!
auction market Lewis spent several -
vehicle "P"
:Mrs. Crispell and a bearing a tag cannot
passengerin
in the future
Union will
Credit year ample reserves were set up., infestations in their counties;
her car were taken to the h08-1 I. days In the area contacting te: used to haul anything on a
pay the cost of documentary Year-end capital accounts totalledin obtaining this information from
and farmers: and discussing thesituation public highway. This would, in
pital observation .
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stamps on loans.Highlight excess of $442,000.The cattlemen and others in a post '
Hin of the entertainmentwill Florida Bank afStarke is tion to possess knowledge concerning PROTECT licenseBUY
to have his vehicle under con it.County wholehearted support is for almcpt any vehicle except yourDRlVER'S
be a technicolor film on one of the 28 members of the
trot He later pleaded guilty and given to the market Hugginssaid those used exclusively in the
"Hunting in Florida." Door prizes Florida National Group of Banks G. T.
was fined $35 Agent Huggin / it is expected that the department field.
will be given and at the close of which at year-end had total deposits '
requests that persons with Information of Agriculture :will approve The Confusion had arisen whena
A similar charge was placed the a light buffet of than 565 million
sup- more
meeting
about screwworm Infestation directive
1 funds for adding more previous had indicated -
against Pauline Sistrunk Saturday per will be served. dollars. in this county contact I that farm vehicles with
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I equipment.
after the she LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
was driving was
car
Election of officers for 1958 will The following directors were re- him so he can include it in his Though this 'will te the final "P" tags could be used on public
struck trailertruck SR
by a on I be conducted and C. G. Dennyhas elected: R. F. Bartlett, Dr. P. A. report. meeting on this subject. Huggins roads if that use was incidentalto
230 two and a half mites from
Starke. Sweat said that the I been appointed election super Brinson, S. L. Peek Jr.. W. B. This formation! ..!la, important said future meetings are plannedto the farm or naval stores operation -

I visor. Also scheduled is the award- Sewell Ernest J. Snead and Harold in deciding w1 ere and to what discuss production phases of and the vehicle was usedin Membership Fees .. 6 Mo. Policies
crossed the traffic lane in
woman ing of a Certificate of Merit to C. WalL extent sterile flies ,will be released farming with the growers. the fields or woods at least
front of the truck which was driv- ,
Tony .Gonzalez for his several l, At the director's meeting following in the program. Huggins said. I 51 per cent of the time.

en by Elvie McCraine. years of work as a member of the stockholders meetingall Kelly reported that 477 plain
Milestone.ReachedOn
Sam Rosenberg of Staike was the Credit Committee. officers were re-elected as follows -I License.til tags have been sold as compared DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

charged with an improper turn in : S. L. Peek Jr., president; Three'Stations to 560 at .the same time last

the face of oncoming traffic after 50 Tobacco Farmers Dr. P. A. Brinson, vice-president; I year. Sales of "W" tags, heavycars
In Wreck
his car was struck Tuesday after-, C. E. Hernwall. cashier; and Billy CaseW. One new and two planned Gulf this year top last year 208 136 W. Call Street Phone 285

noon on U. S. 301 north of Starke Sign For Soil Bank G. Epps J. E. Tomlinson and service stations have "reached to 169.

by a truck driven by Arthur Otis Ernest J. Snead, assistant cash- A. Bessant Starke' poolroom various milestones in their progress In the truck department. 147

Harris of Jacksonville. Registration of farmers for operator, was fined $52 an? his this week. Freeman Register "gk" tags have been sold this

Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding the 1958 tobacco soil bank pro iers. driver's license was suspended for Jr., Gulf distributor said year as compared to 114 last Sell It Rent fi Trade !It!

said that Rosenberg was attempting gram began at 8 a. m. Mondayand I Enlists In 30 days by Mayor W. T. Jackson yesterday. year and 3,0 "cv" tags have been .
Army
.to turn left off the highway, by Wednesday evening 50 :Monday after he was convicted: of The new Gulf ,station in Law- sold as compared to 13 last year

creasing the left traffic lane when failing to yield thee right,of way tey opened its doors and pumpsfor at this time. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
had signed up to place their I M-Sgt. Denton Caster, Army
and to have his :
thp..wrtck.took place. falling car: under business for the first time
recruiter for this area, announcedthis
tobacco allotment in the pro- ,
control. I The station isf managed
HarrU wife suffered an injured .. week that Edwin Eugene yesterday. GHome Loan
One laiertloB Ull..... _
Sparkman of 20 WORDS OR LESS. Charge) .71
gram. George
ankle! in the- collision.In Prevatt. of Starke has received The charges against Bessant by EACH 'ADDITION WORD OVER 2* ___ ._ -, 4t Per Wor4k
Mrs. Mildred Sapp. county office stemmed from a wreck on ,North Waldo.
ft wreck Tuesday morning approval to attend a 42 weeks Deadline Nears : % DISCOUNT 0V REPEAT I1IERTIOVI SAVE AD
manager of the Agricultural technical school in electronics by Temple avenue in which his .car Groundbreaking and other preliminaries S5e ADDITIONAL FOR BLISD ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I* ADVANCE.
about two miles south of
Lawtey Stabilization and Conservation to. construction got
was involved in one driven by Mrs.
oiL. U.: ,S. 301, a car driven by Larry -I Committee, said that the pay- joining the U. S. Army. Alta Hanson of,Ohio. :Mrs. Han -underway for- the new station-to A. L. Crosby Jr.. county service CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Sl.:3 Pr Ueh Frt Inertia
** *y After Prevatt completes eight reminds World War
officer,
Eugene Harrison of Tampa ran ments to these 50 applicants son's husban suffered ,a fractured be built at the corner of Temple 81.00 PER 1\CH FOR !1MB': AD HEPE4TFD O E OR MORE TIMES

into the rear of a vehicle driven:1 would far, the amount amount to of 3219093.land placedin Sc weeks assigned basic to the training U. S. Army he will guided be neck Bradford in the collision and is \in avenue Starke. 'and Brownlee street ir sibility II veterans of obtaining considering a GI the home pos. CARDS OF THI.MC (Ff To 80 Warts) ____ ..-._ 'IM

County HospitalPoliceman OVER 50 WORDS 4 Cuts P.r Ward
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bY: Robert Nelson Sellars of Law. the tobacco soil bank is missile school at Fort Bliss, loan that it will soon be too late
127.631 said the station L
technical Carl 'Fillyaws"aidthat : Register MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS! ._, 4 C.af. FrrS W.rd
tey. Nobody was injured and I Texas for his 42 weeks to obtain such an insured or -?-
acres. be ana
expected to completed
to statements from
according
said. .
Caster loan.
Sgt. guaranteed
Harrison was charged with: reck., A total of 108 farmers possess!! schooling witnesses Bessant made a left- open for business in about 90 The Servicemen's ,Readjust %: PAID ON! SAVINGS KEY- MAMA PRIEST ,KINDERGARTENmoved

l less driving. toracco allotments amounting to The recruiter states that the turn into the path of Mrs. Han- days. STONE STATE BANK KEY. to Presbyterian Church.
has almost 200 other tech-I ment Act of 1944 provided that STONE HEIGHTS, FLA. MEMBER tchg 1/24
total of 207.89 army _
a acres.
son's automobile. He said that Two houses, the Pickering loan made to veteran of YDIC.WAITRESS ._
schools available to qualified any a
,CARD OF THANKS The farmers have until March nical I Bessant's car apparently came" to house and the Partin house, were within FURNISHED, APARTMENTS at reduced -
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War 11
between: 17 and Wprld years WANTED -Apply In monthly rates for couple
.Wi are* 7 or until the funds are exhausted young'.men. a stop, then lurched forward moved. yesterday from; the ,site after the termination! of the war person B & 0 Truck Stop. tfchg or with one child. All con>envenleness. -
sincerely grateful tfriends "These courses
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to make application to" enter 34 years of age. across the left,lane of traffic. ot another station planned to be insured Close In. W. H. Noll-
and ,neighbors, doctor!3 cover medical, mechanics engineering may be guaranteed or .' r.F.D TIRES man, 228 W. Madison St. Starke.
the acreage ,reserve program. admitted kiDgthe constructed on the: corner of Administration Get them now. pay as you rids tfehg
and for Bessant m by the Veterans
their
: nurses ;. many kinc I communications\ transportation -
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The government, however, ha : M dison'street' and 'Westmoreland. Ask for our easy budget terms
act"of sympathy during our re. and guided'missile fields. left turn, but said he thought he Lacy Conway Sales and Service. FOR SALE 14 In x: 15 ft. steel
not yet announced the amount Register said that construction Station, Starke, F1& culvert
cent bereavement. Words Starke each had enough time to get across Union Pus pipe. $1.25 ft. ALSO Building
cannol t of funds which would be allotec? Sgt. Gaster is' in Mrs. of this .station would trcag lots for sale in S.mh Gate
express our deep appreciation.The .-- where he. can be contacted ahead of the Hanson car. : Subdivision. Low down' payment.
Wednesday .
to Bradford County to be distributed in from 30 to 60.days.County's
begin
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loan tot
Hanson said she 'saw Besaant's WE HAVE a new program Low
monthly BILLY
..chiMreA..... ,of Mrs. Faye. Gill. in the program. : for, further information. I, .... ', 'f-- ., 1 farmer Loans of 't to S years JACKSOX. ,Phone payments. Contra
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-- -- -. -t" rt;:! ',---'-- ,, ."- .- --- car and ,thought$ would remain '1490 KG ;::. PHONE 600 for the entire credit requIre- Truck LI nt'I. tfchg

[ .- 4' ________ _: ----- stopped and wait for ,her to pass. I State Fair FLORIDAThe ments of the farmer and his Credit fam ,
c STARKE, ily. Gainesville Production ONE BEDROOM furnished apartments .
Marks on the'road showed that I EXhibit Is Planned Music & News Station Association WO North )lain, for rent. Phone 165 W. T.

.. Mrs: Hanson's' car skidded about f in Starke Gainesville, Fla. tfcbg Jackson tfchg

S 18 feet. .She satd she was' driving Plans for Bradford County's WHEN IN NEED OF FOR SALE. BY OWNER-Lovely
about 35 Tn.p.h at the time.A exhibit 'at the State Fair in MONDAY TURD FRIDAY 2-bedroom modern home completely -
TOP SOIL furnished, even a television and
charge'of'failing to yield the Tampa are shaping up nicely
8:00: Sign on and News deep freeze, and an alielectriokitchen.
right of way against Mrs.: Hansonwas Mrs. Howe, secretary ,of the Starke Wakes Up Good frame house with
dismissed. Chamber of Commerce announced 6:05: FILL DIRT fireplace, porches and carport. Also
.41Ts 7:00: First Edition (news) a huge barn on 10 acres. Ideal
UNLAWFUL In other cases; 1ayi r* Jackson yesterday. The Fair'opens, on 7:15 Starke Wakes Up ALL TYPESTRACTOR for pony farm, cow-pasture, or

postponed' until tnext', Monday Feb. 4, and the material for thecounty's chicken ranch. On paved Highway
8:00 Sports WORKAND 1C,.at edge of Starke. Price $15,009
of 'speeding and running exhibit will be carrier
I charges 8:05: "Starke Wakes Up One-third down. Phone or see Boyer
a red light against Charles .Noe- down by truck on Feb. 1, Mrs. 9:00: News'& Betty Grey Show Ranch. tfchg

gel. '17. The case' .was ,continuedso Howe said. Anyone wishing t 10:00: Sweet Music Show & i Light Bulldozing FOR SALE-Three bedroom frame

: that the',youth's.parents.could contribute articles to be placeo 'News (hourly) house.' Large living room, dining

L' attend court with him.0 on 'exhibit should bring them tc 12:15: Second Edition (news) W. L. THIGPEN, JR. room, den, breakfast room kitchen
and batluCorner lot. Call 360-R
< For Any Person or Persons to Engage in Twelve dollar, b hdi' were forfeited the Chamber of Commerce office 12:30: Sweet Music Show & Bfc 2 Box :43-D- Alton fi& evenings Stchg 1/17 f'

by'M. N. Phillips and Earl not later than .Jan. 29. News (hourly). 3 PHQNZSTTJBtarke: City ..* Lake Haw- ... Farm.

EL Cameron on. charges.. of running Among the local exhibitors 3:00 Mon., Bing Crosby; Tues., Fla. Raaehri, Acreage Florida Realty

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless' red lights. ','' signed up so far ,are:" Bigham 1 diy, Guy Lombardo; Wed., Dinah (0, IIS N. WalBBt St.,. Pk... 383.tfchg.

Feed Mill. Brooker;' Draw Tit Shore; Thur.. Frank Sinatra; OUR TENTH AlfNrVERUBY

; t' Company! United Plastics, Robert Fri.. Gene Austin. RADIOS REPAIRED NEW-Beautiful 80, 50 or 75 piece
Guard CommendedCo. .
; AH Makes All M 4lleMaalle sets, Stainless Steel Table Ware
Hall plastics Dad Miller, Tues.,
Big Glenn
3:15 Mon. Charge rmaraatee4CHAS. with Less than halt
chests.
retail -
: : The Name Is Registered C, Starke National Guard Manfacturing Co.; Bradford: Kaye' Starr; Wed. Lea Brown; St.C. Starke SHEPHERD Ph. S3* price. Jan. Only. Call after
M Call
W.
unit, has received a letter of commendation Furniture Corporation- Soil Con- Thur., Jo Stafford; Fit, Judy 1 p,m. 408 S. Redgrave 8L 4tp 1/31

.. from'M j.'GenTKaxwell servation and County Forester Garland. REL ESTATE FOR SALE-Three! bedroom home,
officer of T... T Dyer (honey) and Aubrey 3:30 Mon., Four Freshmen; Per all y..r Real Estate Need extra lot. Two car stucco garage.
C. Snyder, commanding :
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r.;<- Moore See 384 North Cherry St. Starke.
f. '"': '. ._,.. he '48th Armored Division. (syrup- Tues. Eddie Arnold; Wed., Ames hARRY C. KLROD. JR. Ztchg 1/17
'\,&\ Sammy Kaye; ::i$ Trvple Aye SUrfce, FU.
.: I .. The letter reads: "1. This head- Brothers; Thurs.,
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Open LlitUKi .te. ) Uflll TWO UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom
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At The
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Park Theatre Clinton.
-o-: quarters notes with very great i Fit Larry home. One on Keystone Lake.
7: 't : the comments I 3:45: Mon. Tommy Dorsey; DICKENS TRAILER SALES Kitchen utilities Reasonable rent.
'. T pleasure inspector's ,
1k Read d This Florida Law on your annual Armory Inspection "GunBattle At Monterey," out Tuea, Four_ Aces, Wed., Tommy : NEW 22S Phone!._owner Keystone Heights tffhjr
door drama of Fri.
a Lee
gunman's ; USED
regarding the 100 per cent at- revengeand Sands: Thur. Peggy .
"' .. a' girl's love: will play ,Sunday Belafonte. BANK FINANCE FOR SALE-J bedroom. two bath

:,.- "It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, u defiled ktnii, tt spection tendance for of your the unit past: at two I.. G.yearsas In- Monday and Tuesday. at the Harry 4:00 Mon. Gale Storm; Tues., Pfc.. SOS home. only.Can Call be seen 686; after by appointment C p.m.-

engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined well as his comments regarding Park Theatre, Buddy Morrow; Wed., Teddi LAKE CITY FLA. mil 4tj tfohg

without and unless said fictitious nan>e shall be registered with the weapons maintenance.. The ,film'stars Sterling Hayden, King; Thur., Frankie Laine; Fri. tt MINNOWS FOR SALE-See Ovid
Pamela Duncan Mary Beth Ernie. Norman 4(9! W. Call St. Starke,
clerk of the circuit court of-the "2. In readingthis report we Tennessee TRAILER PARK SPACE FOR
county where the principal place of business Fla. %tp 1/17
::r *' reached the conclusion that Hughes and Ted de' Corsia. 4:15 Mon., Tony Bennett; RENT-Large lots completely! modern _
I Is with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid affidavit your Hayden is cast Wed. Billy across the road from beautiful
an unit could have received: a "Su as, a gunman Tues., Doris Day; Lake Geneva on Rt. 100. Quiet\ FOR RENT-Four room house, two

signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of perior" rating with a little more who pulls off a,:bank robbery with May; Thur., Artie Shaw;; Fri., and friendly. $18 per mo. 4tp 1/:0 bedrooms land. bath. Apply Coney ftp 1/24 Is-
de Corsia but then is shot in the
all those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the Interest effort on training and,,administra Four Lads.
RF.XT-Three apart-
FOR room
back and left for dead by his part- 4:30: Mon., Fontaine Sisters; FOR SALE-Peanut Hay for rows,
tion. Aim for this next year.;My ment, partly furnished. Adults on- horses and mules. A. A. or H. M.Russey. .
of each, and the fictitious name under which said business I la carried congratulations are extended for ner-in-crime. Tues., Nat King Cole; Wed., ly. 1J8 N. Church St. ftp halfway between Hih

",1 .-- on. Said registration may not be made until the.person or persona desiring this excellent.report"SocialSecurity He is rescued by a part-Indian Vaughan Monroe; Thur., June Springs and Ft. White on U. S. 27.Stchg .
FOR SALE 1/31
girl, Pamela Duncan, and 'later Christy; Fri. Jimmy Dean.
to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or ,
,. gets a job as sheriff in the town 4:45: Mon., The Hilltoppers; LOVELY 3 P. R. HOME with 14 I i FOR SALE-Three acre o'f land.

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four where 'de Corsia has set himselfup Ttua., Lea Paul &: Mary Ford; baths, very large living room and C room house complete with garage
dining room Large kitchen. This and out building on Road 301,
(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper, as defined by law In the county 'of the Gainesville as a despot. and outlaw lead n__ Wed., Julie London; Thur.. Billy Is approximately 2000 sq. ft. of north 1 t4 mil from state" Farmer f
,A representative Eckstein: Fri., Stan Kenton. living area all ground floor. Let 1 I Market. W. L. CarrolL tp
where said registration i is to be made, and said,registration shall not b. ,Social I Becurit& rfftee1 will er.The us show you this beauty located in _
film comes to" a climax 5:00: Mon.. Eddie Heywood;
accepted by the'clerk of the circuit court except: receiving proof of be at the courthouse' Starke on : Tue Mitchell Wed. Elvis Lawtey. Just one block from Post sell THREE BEDROOM HOU<*E FOR
upon when Hayden Is forced to choose ?., Guy ; Office and Stores. Priced to SALE. (27 Frances St. Plnehavn
such publication. Thursday Jan ,2$: at,. ,9::30 ajn. between! vengeance or"his love for Presley; Thur.. Ray McKinley; with good terms. Call my officeor QnMlvh.Jnn, Ito 1 f4
for the 'of *:conducting owner 2603 Lawtey.
purpose the beautiful girl Fit Johnny Mathia.
FOR RENT-Four room furnished
social ,security bUsIneSSPersons 5:15 Mon. Patti Tues. apartment. Private back and front
: Page; BCSINF.SS IS REiL GOOD

". ': If you are engaged in business under name for desiring social security to wake retire application Merchants Division v- Jonl- James; Wed.. Andrew Sisters The owner report that for last entrance.with Large patio; also fenced garage.in backyard Adults -

; any : : Thur.. Julius, LaRosa: FrL. year their profits would more than or connIe with rmill: child.
ment or survivors benefits secure To Meet TuesdayThe Lena Home. pay for the entire cot of this complete No pets. 576 W. Call st. Phone 11J-J.

social security: :account numbers 5:30: Mon.. Pat Boone; Tuei., established business. The | ltohg_

other than or get 'any',other,'focia!' security annual meeting of the owner Is slowing down and wishes 1SS5! EXP\vr TRAILER for sale
own and have not had this name. \ Ray Anthony; Wed. Perry some nice couple or family to come :
your information invited to see the Merchants Division the Chamber Como; Thur, Rosemary Clooney; take over and continue In this U ft. wide: 1 or 2 bedrooms. Very
reasonable. At beautiful. modern
representative at the..time of his of Commerce will be held Fit, Johnny Ray. price money$7,500.making Asking business.half cash.Total take Geneva Park. Rt. 100. 1 mile

visit. I Tuesday, Jan.,'21, at 1:30 p: m. 5:45: Mon, Glen Gray, Tues., ."=:! of Keystone Heieht %tp 1/11

properly advertised and registered we will be in the C of C office. The meetingwas Eddie Fisher; Wed. Ted Heath; PRICE REDUCED S.OOO FOR SALE-Stove and refrigerators

Warning 1$ Given originally scheduled for last Thur., Tony Martin; Fri, Three FOR QUJ K SALE on this fine and .'S ....,.t!, 7U 7jike UnWANTED J

week, but was postponed.All Suns. 26l handsome nice 2 40 B. acre R. Home estate with with large avery JOB doing housework.

glad to give all Information as to On ParkingTickets business and professiona' Third Edition (news). 3 bath and BIG front and bark baby Bitting, taking rare of sick

you necessary men 'are urged to attend thir 6:15 The Service Show. porches pecan grove, large 2 story people. Mrs. Byrd, Thompson St.. I
i Route t. Box S!. Itp
Chief of Police, W. E. Thorntonsaid barn good water about A. not
meeting the closing dates for 6:30 What-A-Burger Show.
I cleared. all fenced. And to make it
yesterday'that" there are holidays in 1958 will be set at 7:55: News and Sign Off. I a real prize you get over % of a FOR LE-Hou.e trailer. 58. 2 I
what should do. quite a few 10 cenrparking meter mile highway frontage on U. S. bedroom 40 ft. modern. Will consider
you that have not this time. A' new chairman foi Saturday 201. Get the details and terms on smaller trailer and cash Jn
tickets outstanding the, Merchant's Division will als/ Same schedule as above except this trade 'or sell. Schuette, Lake Geneva
; been turned in by violators. If I to 6 Road Show. Trailer Park. Highway 100 1
t be named at this meeting.WANTED' p.m. one.WALL '
., .
:' '. the 10 cent tickets are not paid Sunday REALTY mile east of Keystone Heights.2to 1ft

$1 tickets will be issued later 7:30 Sign on. Religious pro- REGISTERED BROKER I I
: Cotton Bx 4C. Ph..e 481.1 FOR S4LE S SiT II Concrete
said. He Clean Rap,
Thornton urges everyone until 1
: grams pjn.
Block lie each. FOP
yard. MorSfttr i
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH -- ROW holding a 10 cent ticket. to No, Pants No SMrta, Must Be '1'to 6 pjn.-The"Sunday Show.I Mix.--Cement. Sand Steel and

c A., ..".". pay it before the higher penalty Clean. Bradford County Telefrapa. 6 to 8 p.m.-Same schedule us WILL my TAKE home CARE at reasonable OF CHILDRENat rates. -Aluminum mixed conereu.Windows.Pr id Ali ford ready Engineering :

.f---- -e=- ,is levied. .-- '- :. week days. ___ Day or night. Phone 451-R. Itp Co, Phone 14* tfchg I

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STARKE UIJESDAY JANUARY 16,iaoa! .. .; .
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TTTTTTTTTTTYYTTTTTTTTTT' heart. We hope that he will soon Maxville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hattie Nolan and grand.' Jacksonville. I R. L. Harris and Misses Evelyn the care of a trained nurse. We I Miss JeanHsaTis is ill and

recover.E. Little Misses Sherry and Sue daughter, Patty Parrish, were Miss June Higginbotham spent Coleman and Jewel North repre- certainly do wish her a speedy unable to attend chooi this
NORTH SIDE D. Higginbotham and sons, Brown, smaller daughters of Mr. visitors in Middleburg and Sunday in Jacksonville with her sented the Maxville Baptist recovery. week.

and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham, and Mrs. Gilbert Brown, have Starke Saturday. sister, Mrs. Paul Garrett and Church at the Union Meeting i. Due to the bad weather lately Home DemoBstntiw P1DThe
gone to Jacksonville to stay with Miss Jo Ann Parrish spent last sons. held at the Black
.. and Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Creek Baptist including snow, the work has Maxville Home Demon-
By )1' Carl Brown their uncle and aunt, Mr. and week end in Bryceville as the Mrs Waters Church last I.
and family of Lawtey attendeda ; Dorothy' and fam- Friday had to halt on the road arouna stration Club met Tuesday morn
a u.wu ...aa.wAua birthday ,party for little Miss Mrs. Everett Erb while their pAr- guest of Miss'Ann, Motes: ily spent last weekend in Live Rev H. F. Higdon Mrs. Bud our playground. The road turningin ing at the :home ,of Mrs, packs
everyone enjoyed the services Diane Schmehls. daughter of Mr. ents are convalescing. The two Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett and Oak as the guests of Mrs. Higdon and Sidney Harris repre from Highway 228 is going to Harris. 'Miss Mary Qalkgaer,
Sunday morning and evening and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls, in Jack- older children Claudia and Bobbyare son and Mrs. Oscar Harris visit- Waters' son-in.law and daughter sented the Long Branch Baptist have to be filled in with dirt be- assistant I anent gave an interest
sonville Sunday afternoon staying, with Mr. and Mrs. ed :Mr, Padgett's sister,. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robersonand Church at the Union Meetinglast fore it can be completed.
brought by Rev. E. R. B. Kite ,of ing demonstration on WiSe Food
Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Gilbert Brown was dismissed -. Morris Bell, so they can attend Sollie Solmon, in Baldwin Sunday daughter. Miss Linda Friday at the Black Creek Shower At IIlgdon Home Buying Leadership school 'for all
from St. Vincent's Hospital ; the Maxville school. I Mrs. Solomon had just re- Waters stayed with Misses Lilly Baptist Church.C. :Mrs. H. F. Higdon entertainedat officers will be held on Wednesday
and Mrs. Jimmy Cowart last Friday and she and her hus- I Andrew Harris,. Mr: and Mrs. turned from the Ed Fraser hos- Mae and Alice Faye Roberson B. Nolan and his mother her home last Saturday nightwith ; Jan. 29, at 10 a. m. in the
were among; those enjoying the Mutt Harris, Verdine and Dickie I i iii where while there. Mrs. Hattie
band are both staying at the home pital Macclenny she Nolan were business a miscellaneous shower Riverside Methodist Church
Black Creek Associational meet- of Mrs. Brown's brotherinlawand Harris and Deborah Rafure visit- has been a patient.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Holland Brown visitors in Jacksonville MondayThe honoring Mrs. Mutt Harris, recent Jacksonville. On Jan. 31 from 6

Ing last Friday. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard ed in Gainesville Sunday with and Mrs. Frank Wellhaus- and children who were called Baldwin P. T. A. will meet bride-elect. After playing until 9 p. m. Open House for the
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and Covey, in Jacksonville while re- Mr. and Mrs, Sam Harris and en and family Jean and Sue here by the illness of Mrs. Hol Thursday night, Jan. 23, at 8 o' games, Mrs. Harris opened her New Home. Demonstration. and
Mrs. Maude Wainwright visited cuperating.Mr. family. Harris, Buck Wellhausen, Evelyn land's' father, C. E. WilkinsonSr. clock in the school library. All many useful and attractive gifts County Agents offices in then
their mother Mrs. Susan Sapp : and Mrs. Ray Pellum' and Mutt Harris left Maxville Monday Coleman Jewel North and Mrs ., arrived here Sunday from members: are urged to attend after which refreshments were w Duval County CourthouM
in Gainesville last Friday. Mrs. :' son and Sapp is ill and we pray for 'her' son of Jacksonville spent Sunday and expects to be stationed at singing convention at the Black stay. Billy Nolan is ill this week asked to furnish a dozen

speedy recovery. with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Colemanand Ft. Jackson," S. C. Pend Baptist Church Sunday Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson Sr. is Little Miss Mary Jane Ro- and having to miss school. home made cookies for this

Mrs. Edna Harley and Mrs. family. We are sorry to learn that H. afternoon. Evelyn Coleman and visiting with her son and daugh- berts, daughter of Constable and The Maxville school children event. After the meeting refreshments
Orene Cowart enjoyed the Home Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford L Browning has been confined to Buck Wellhausen represented the ter-I -laWi; Mr.; and Mrs. Wilbur Mrs. Emory Roberts, returnedto had quite. a different experience were served. Enjoy
Demonstration Club meeting at and Mrs. Hester Hicks' of Law- his home over the weekend with Maxville church and won the Wilkinson, .in Jacksonville while her home in Baldwin last .Monday when they had to 'eat ing this occasion were Miss Mary
the home of Mrs. Jessie Scott tey were guests of Mr. and :Mrs: an attack of the flu. contest for singing the best duet. her husband is a patient in St weekend from St Vincent's Hos their lunch in their classrooms: Gallagher, Mesdames J, A,
last week. Dan Parrish last Thursday a/ter- We regret that F. B. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Doss !Higginbotham Luke's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. pital in Jacksonville where she The cafeteria roof leaked so bad 'North..Dewey McPherson, Mary
Mr and Mrs. P. B. Johns visit- has been ill at his home here for spent Sunday with their son- Dan Hargroves and Mr. and has been a patient for three the children couldn't eatIn -Welihausen, Leslie Sweat, Dos.tH'igginbotham
ed their children in Jacksonvillelast noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Simeon Phillipsof several days now and wish hima law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C: E. Wilkinson Jr. visited months. She is still confined to there. Now the cafeteria will gel Oscar Harris and

Friday. Palatka were visiting friends in speedy recovery. George Johnson and family in with Mr. Wilkinson, Sr. Sunday I her bed, however and is under a new roof. .Gr p,. Nolan..

Rev. E. R. B. Kite enjoyed ,
Sunday dinner with the G. L.

Sapp family Afternoon guests '. n.1a .
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tucky.Mr and Mrs. Reese Scott

spent the weekend 'in Fernan-

dina with Mrs. Scott's mother

Mrs. Cora Belle 'Jones. NEWEST$ CHEVROLET -
We enjoyed the, music of the

Melody last Thursday Quartet night.at North. Side. .


Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown of ,. ( ...
the State Farm had as Sunday ,.! .

dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ..... ..-, .
Hardenbrook'and children, )lr,

Mrs and Mrs.Carl Cecil Brown, Rowe and Mr.children.and, DEALER r
NEW CHEVROLET

and Rev.J.Lee B. of Stewart Heilbronn of Madison.Church, SNOW CHEVROLET CO. YOUR }. .

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas and '** '' : "
son Billy Martin spent .a few '
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gery.E.Martin.. C. while Clark he has underwent improved very sur C 210 West Call St., Starke Phone 111 i-H a


much after surgery last! Wednesday .
morning in Alachua General .
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Hospital. Hope he'll soon return I
home. ; 4 I

},Ir, and Mrs Jimmy Cowart '. .. J ', :t ,.*,. .... !.'. ,I

visited Mrs. Cowan's sister, Mrs I ; :., : :.,..... ::: I
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C *ra' Stoke, in Gainesville Sun- -
day afternoon.Mrs. y.4.I4 ;!ff:;: &i ':' ...;. ::iA: +: : :

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Let's 'not forget our tegular ., j,<"
Prayer Service Wednesday nightat .
7:30 and Sunday School at
9:45. Worship Service at 11 a.'m. ,
Training Union 6:30, and Even- ,v '

ing' Worship at 7:30 on Sunday.

Well be looking forward to see- : :_ .5
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moved back to their home here '} k rrm.ri: : aY.: '. ... XS.'S :. :.
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Rev, Carter of Jacksonville ?4'

pastor of the Bayless Highway *MLG.ESNOWvTo : .'l
Church, was a Sunday dinner
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guest of Mr. and Mrs.'A. C Ellis. S.

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Norman of Lady Lake last Sunday ., ,. .'.'

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Jones and Carolyn Sunday were SNOW CHEVROLET CO. i 210 West Call St., Starke ; : '. Phone 111

Mr. and Mrs.' E. J. Mann and ..
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mother has returned to Massachusetts GRAND OPENING TODAY : '

after a few month' .
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Mr. and Mrs.'Junior ,
Goolsby of :' :
Baldwin were- Sunday dinner .' dealer He's got a warm welcome waiting, for S t7S' '

guests of Mr. and '. Mra.. Leslie S "'- you. A staff of friendly salesmen is on hand to J .. s'; :

Sweat and daughter In the afternoon ri greet you and show you around. And you're .-

Alone Sweat accompanied more than welcome to a test-drive in the ;' -
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S. E. Godwin underwent surgery -
Monday rooming In Doctor's :xv ;n rF6: :. ''ti iv; You'll find it '
v well worth your while to drive,out -
Hospital in Starke and 4s ems to '
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be getting along nicely : sure you bring along the '
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who has beer for the funeral oh Monday Capps.- John Capps yo is the head Prevatt and family. Their grand. and son of Jacksonville
.Y.9..YYYyyy.......' dent, Mrs. Lawton Youngblood Mrs. J. W. Home,
Oofl And Toy Day" stationed in .Douglas, Wyo.. witf Deepest sympathy is extended to i chef,at, the.Trail Restaurant. son, Phil went home with! them Mr. and Mrs. Earl Testcn grand'I
llAPTONt Big Hit At School the air force, was to leave there her immediate family. ).Ir. and Mrs J. L. Waters and for tte. wV kend. B. Teston Sunday '
Toys and dolls were the speialty Monday for Boston, M Ss., when Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones and sons were in Jacksonville on Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Teston Mrs. Rose Zittrauer,

Mrh OI.JB of the, day at Hampton he will attend a special school at daughters have as their guest Sunday to help their niece, Diane .
..' .-4 VI ;'.- \ aementary School on Tuesday Cambridge Research Center .fbi Mr. J nes' father of Louisville celebrate her birthday anniversary
AA 1;ast week as each student was two weeks. He was to spend Ky. at,the home of her .parents, i
0. P. Wadivvorth! To Fill allowed to bring his 'or her one Monday night in Bellevne.. Nebraska Mr. and Mrs. '0. J. Phillips and Mr. and :Mrs. Lye Schmehl.

City ,Council Vacancy favorite' gift >from those recelveo with Mr. and Mrs. Rich- i family were Saturday evening Mr., and Mrs. Antis Kirklandand ; f (
G. Wadsworth was appoint-for' Christmas. ard May and daughter.Mrs. dinner guests of Mr, and :Mrs family visited Mr, and Mrs.
td by Mayor John Parker to fill "Such an array of dolls 1- Mamie Meade v has re- A. I>. Martin in Waldo.. Jim Lingerfelt in Middleburg on j
tni Vacancy 'on Hampton City seldom s'em." Mrs. Ola 'M. Perk- turned to Hampton from Cocoa :Mr. and Mrs. aster Crews of Sunday.bir"s. I '
Council created by the death ot itS, school principal remarked. where she stayed with her Baldwin visited Mrs. R. L. Bradley Row U Prevatt and
H. B. May'at the January, meeting There were simply dolls galore: daughter, Mrs. Dorothy. Skinner, ind family on Sunday. They daughter. Alma Jean were inLake f
'of the Council inthe city hall blonds, brunettes, redheads- during her recent illness. She is ,i also visited R. L. Bradley in City on Tuesday to see a -S J'e
last Tuesday evening. brides, nurses, baby dolls, ballerinas much improved, and is able to,, Bradford County Hospital in the dentist for Alma Jean. ><
Three additional street lightsuri gypsy queens and barefoot get about again.LONG afternoon.' >Ir, and Mrs. Earjie Padgett
e approved' by the council: ,dancers!" I Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence .Mosley and children visited Mr. and Mrs.
two IA the Smith 'quarters west Some bf the boys' toys included .......YyYyYyyyy yyYVYyy and family of Jacksonville! were Life Douglas in Lake Butler on -' t kk }

of the railroad tracks, and one I a mechanical man, puzzles Sunday thesis of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday. .
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in the Smtih lot in the northeast Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and .. a jkk kt
r ;and the usual array : v'estern Dave Tanner and Mr and 4: '
AND NEW Virginia Cruce had as guests 4kt +
section of town. paraphernalia.. RIVER Harold Eunice. r
Two bonds were forfeited and These new pupils enrolled last Mr. and Mrs. H. :T, Markhamand during the weekend Mr. and
one person fined for traffic violations week: Patricia Gerald and Ada Mrs. E. A. Sapp family :of Gainesville spent Mrs. J. L. Slade and family ofHampton

during the month. May Thomas, children of Mr. u.uuuuu.uuiuFno3i the weekend with },Ir. and Mrs and Edmond Rosier
and ion of :M: cleimy.
Telephone For School and Mrs. Willard Thomas, whc D. W. Starling.
Urged By Hampton PTA are making their home near LAST WEEK Mr. and }Mrs. .Jack Brassel] The Levy Griffis family visit-
The need for a telephone at Hampton. The pupils\ have transferred -i !Miss Mary Frances Dekle of and family of Jacksonville spent ed -Mr. and 'Mrs. Uge Griffith inMicclertit'y

Hampton Elementary! School wa from the Calhoune Ele- Jacksonville spent an ,enjoyable Saturday with her* parents Mr on Sunday. "
discussed at the January meet mentary School in Tampa. week with her f sister, Mrs. M. L. and Mrs. T. L... Wainwright JAck London and Mallie Pre-
fug of Hampton PTA in the Mrs. Eva Henderson, music Johns Jr, and family. They carried The Allan Harts and )irS. vaVt of Jacksonville were Sunday <'
fech'ool auditorium on Tuesday teacher was absent from schoo1 her home Sunday' and were Nancy .Keene, attended the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John

evening last week. on Monday last week, due to her guests of the Nelson Dekle fam- .Primitive Baptist Church In Brown and daughters. I
Mr. and Mrs. :Carl Vanzant
Francis Meng was appointedto husband's illness, .and also that ily. Folkston, Ga. on Sunday, 1
officials of the Mrs. Elva Abernathy of Tampa' R. Carltonand andfamily visited Hosea Van-
see telephone tier son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. G.
company, as a result of the dis- spent that day with them as the 'visited the E. A. Sapps last' S'aturday sons of Jacksonville visited zant 'and.family ,,in Yulee last .

cussion. It was pointed out that last before leaving for the for- evening and attended the Frank, Cruce family duringthe Friday afternoon.
while this .is the only school in eign mission field. church at Long Bridge. weekend. Mr.. And ,Mrs. Ernest Rauler- ,. :

the county without a telephoneno Mrs. Janie H. Noe, sixth and Visiting Mrs. Fronie Moody last Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson eon and daughters. _were Sunday
phones have been available seventh grade teacher, was Sunday were :Mr. and Mrs. Romie and sons were weekend guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. C. B.
when former inquiries had been absent on Monday of this week Johns of Jacksonville and Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs.,. A. S. I Cannon in Starke. *
made. with illness in the family. and Mrs. Carl Wynn of Star' e. Williamson in Jacksonville.Miss I ilr. and (Mrs. E. C. Johns and The Case of the Listless Lightbulbs

The group voted to change the WMU Meets Next Week We are glad to report that :Mrs Arthurine Blanchard of Ronald ,'K'imbrell.had, as guestson ,
time of meeting to %the third The WMU of Hampton Baptist Robin Turner is feeling better Jacksonville' spent Saturday and Sunday ,Mrs.. Lois Tuesday evening, at 7:30, each Church will meet next Thursday and is out of the hospital. She is Sunday with her father, A. M son, and Clifford Johns of Jack-
flickered lile fireflies on i summer evening. Dim "J.fi' ,ttI
month, instead of the first Tues evening, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p. m.,, now at the home 6f her daughter, Blanchard .and Miss Enza. i sonville. The house lights uIbR" ..: )V.t.fC.ItJ.\
day. Next meeting will be Tues- at the home of Mrs. Don Hill, Mrs. Hazel Kite, in Jacksonville. R. W. Sapp of Jacksonvillewho Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Souther- "35 the word and dismal was the outlook. It was happening all 0\ir- .. "?4
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day evening, February 18, at with Mrs. J. VV. Horne in chargeof Mrs. Nan .Merritt and grandson has Just returned from Miami land of Lake Butler spent Satur- the house whenever the appliances"cut on."

7:30 p. m.Students. the program. 'Richard Shiver, were in spent Sunday with he day with Mr. and Mrs. Rowell
from one classroom Teachers Meet Per Supper Jacksonville Wednesday! through mother, Mrs. Arthur'Pearcerand -, lUenientary clues"dear Watson.$ Skimpy wiring, skimpy fleeIrlol -

each month will present a short Sunday school and Training Friday visiting'' her sisters, Mrs. Mr.. P arce. E. ? .circuits. ire bound;. < ,.Jightbulbs, and appliances,
program for the PTA, for 'the Union teachers and officers "o:t Myrtle Andrews 'and Mrs. Ada Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett 8fAY"18: ,frpnvdoipg their jnteid> good job;Uow about jour house?
remainder of ,the meetings this I Hampton Baptist Church met foi r Hammock. were in 'Titusville tm: '-Wednesday iMal'e .ureloubaie .
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year.Mrs. a supper meeting at the chug 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold' Shiver and Thursday to help their son.

Frank Williams, ,vice- Thursday evening, Jan. 9.Attending were in Lakeland last'' Saturday Donald, move his ,family to Home Appliances .
president, officiated at the meet.tog were Mr. and'MrsC. and Sunday on business. While Starke, 'where>; they will be I living Vour lFUI}! iHO JSERO.WER G

, in the absence of the presi- I... Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. ,Raleigh .. there they visited Mr. and Mrs. (or the next few inonlhs.kr. : Friendly ago.sea w
Brannen, Mr. and Mrs. Doi 1 'and Mrs. O.-J. Anders and 4
Fowler Wilson. I Nbrge 'Dealer
Hill, Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Fail Billy were Sunday dinner 'guests
T r 1 Plumbing At Mrs. J.VV.. Home,, :Mrs. ,Charle:' On the sick list this week ares of Mr. and Mrs. James Anders in M ith enough Miring capacity to lerp your present appliance Cork ,

t' s s Its Best ( Hicks, Mrs. Dick Hinson, Mrs Mrs. Emily Moody, Bud Moody, Palatka. t NQRGE APPLIANCES ing at top efficiency. and to fill all jour electric needs for years

All Types, J Florence Adkins, Miss Bett; and little Thomas" Dukes. Wes Mrs. Fred Moore went lo MAYTAG fl WASHERS to come.' That's)lie way to'enjoy all the benefits of modem luinf-
Darius, and Mrs. L. Melton. wish them all a peedy'recovery. Wildwood fon Wednesday to takrcare t

Economical j )Pmo'natt ........a a...,1 .w of her hew grandson S. D.Andrews' a COLEMAN HEAT>6R3.and because. in Honda"MODERN"means ELECTRIC!
Ij Prices Mrs. Ethel Tidwell was take:n ..9..Y.YYYYYYYYYYYYYLAVTEY Jr. son of' Mr. and Mrs. FLOOR FUBJf AtES aLIVE
Seeber Doyle Andrews.Mrs. YOUR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR now a 'tI
to Bradford County Hospital m unit HfcrR/aiiy..sf/
Installation and Service Starke last Saturday for treatment \ Sam Hicks visited her We Service All MakesOf .S1t

for pneumonia.Mrs. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Appliances
Of All Types Bob Faile. daughter o f Aj Bin. Joyce T. Fntch4AAAAAAAAA and Dan Parrish in Maxvilie 1 ... FLORIDA & LIGHT 'C1)MPA';;v
Plumbing & Heating Z 'Phone. 10Floriia t < POWER
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}tMr..ad .).Irs.. IW igh Brannen, Friday. : 1, /0.unit>
returned to Sunda AUAAAAAAAU' Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis s ,"itark ..
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GNANNPLUMBING from Lancaster, s. C., where sin e Friends of Mrs. Josephine Pal. and daughter of New River were

CO. spent the Christmas holiday s men, who has been nursing for weekend guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. .
with her husband and family. A. M. Blanchard for several Roy Griffis and Gerald. ,, .-' ,
118 Court Street Mr. Faile had left Lancaster tto e months, will regret to learn thai Miss Ola Mae Phillips, ,Billy S
PHONE 514-J week before to return to Sa n] she passed away at Bradford Gaskins, Mrs. O. J. Phillips and I .
Diego. Calif. by January ], County Hospital on Friday, Here Danny visited Mr. and Mrs; Les- In the loW-price 3" .
Night Call Collect 2896 where he is stationed with tin sisters, Mrs. Olga Platau of New lie Phillips and sons In Callahan ,

Keystone. Heights U. S. Navy. York City, ,and Mrs. Oriel Dugan Sunday afternoon. "
I James Horne, son of Mr. am d of Washington, D. C. were here Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mrs.
Joyce and Ralph Futch visited

Mr.'and Mrs. J. W, Terry in Lake PLYMOUTH IS
City and 'Mrs.' Blanche Terry in 1THIS ,
Fort White last Saturday. ;

your corn can show you u H(VRAINBOW. Mr. and Mrs: Bill Zack, form- .

tttatrtp:4 erly of Daytona, but now of .
'Jacksonville, were weekend :
guests of the L., S. Tanners. :
Warren Boatwright of Camp THE :LOWEST PRICEDhARDTOP

Lejeune, N. C. spent the week-
end here with his wife Linda and
mother, Mrs. Effie Boatwrighl.
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkersonand .
: Miss Gloria Anderson had as '
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I B.B. Norris and daughterHer, '
I man Pringle, Mr. and Mrs. R r
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sonville, and Mrs. H. R. Barratt
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and 'Mrs. Johnny, Crews.of,.Jack
sonville were Sunday guests of

the Guy Futch family. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Wheeler

and Sunday family Mrs.had Callie'as Griffis guests ana on W4 less than, Car "C"*, M9, less than Car vF,51 .

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'makes the BIG DIFFERENCE daughter Mr. .and of Mrs.Highland.George ,ll Shu- That's right. For all its years-ahead beauty. for all even though the Plymouth Savoy is the lowest-priced .

ford .ihad:as, Sunday guests ).Ir. the luxury-car comfort and performance, the Plymouth hardtop in the low-price "3," it still offers Plymouth' :
and Mrs. Leon Starling and family exclusive features standard equipment Torsion-
Savoy is America's lowest-price 2-door hardtop. as '
bf Jacksonville. Air Ride at no extra cost.. re th.takihg Silver
i Mr. and Mrs. Landon Griffis -Strong talk? Sure. But it's talk that,we. bad; up ,
contains than
Halnbow Premium Plant Food more Styling safer,.surer Total-Contact Brakes. dozens
the usual forms and types of nutrients in the proper of Jacksonville visited Mr. and with action; action that saves you dollars-and lots of more.t Drive it and discover Plymouth's dazzling! J>?f.

balance your corn needs for ,Mrs. Levin, Griffis. on Sunday.., 'em-when you trade- for Plymouth. formance greater comfort easier handling.
Mr. and .Mrs. Paid Bennett But don take;: our word for it. Go to your for
just You'll that Plymouth is the hardtop yiul
ahead of weeds agree
A start to
quicker get .
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and, daughterll.pent! Sunday Plymouth dealer now and get the actual figures in dollars_ t f
IN Better leaf and stalk growth to product with. Mr.. Mthd. Mrs. Johnny: Bennett and cents. Then compare features. You'll find that *Bated on factory retail price,Detroit.,..Mick, ,.

maximum ear yield and .family. at the State .

Stronger stalks that resist lodging Farm I. _+tt 11I11III 11II IS .. .. MIS"t m l l 1'/4" .. a l R :; III .. III"1. I
J.rs."Inez Kelly-of Starke ,was
e More extensive root system to supply*iieMeci
water and nutrients for proper leaf,stalk. endear Starling family. :i lIF.EZII :
MONTH FOR
WIN $500 A
development i Herbert Norman slid daughter, ;
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'4 Plenty of well-filled, deep-kerneled ears. at Carolyn were in Jacksonville on : in Plymouth's big Contest II
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see 'doctor.
Monday xfafolyn'i
lower production costs and greater profit to i: : Other giant prizes include 18 new Plymouth and 450 wonderful Motorola j.alltransistor I
Mr. and :Mrs R. .!:. Lee had ar
t Ir EVERY INGREDIENT IN RAINBOW .' guests last, week'Mr.' and Mrs. "> portable radios. ..Its fun it's easy. ,and.there's. nothing .. I
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i ; I ...... dealer for free blank and complete details. '
SERVES A PURPOSE Jphn Henley and family of New 'd'W :15liit to buy. See your Plymouth now entry : ; 0

r l Tor example, Nitrogen that's fast acting and- itrQ ei CkstTe, Pa. 11_ _. .. .. IS.. .. III 11I11I .. .. .. iii. iBt" 0-I I! '!'1
that is slowly, available during the full growing Beawm. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waidrons C
Phosphorus and Sulphur for plant color, root and stem visitors 'on Sunday Were
development and seed production. Potassium for sturdy Mr. and Mrs. Julian Courson and
growth Watet soluble Magnesium and Calcium fot vigorous the Hilman: Waldrohs of Jack ,
) fl'Owth.and good healthy leaves, plus other important' sonville. <*star a ftM'ForwardLook.rIltQ ..19w 'P.Hai'dyBrothers .Yed to p;
plantfoodsformaimumytefdtd
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family and Jean Days'of Jacksonville -

.INTERNATIONAL tfNE( RALS Veraie Padgett spent and Saturday daugters.with

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r0 or-- i Mr-and antis: W. G.: Green and Motor Compa
y Etttt & CHEMICAL CORPORATION children spent .Sunday with' Mr.

and"M rs'. Bill Bond and Mr. and
2o '11gORTi1 'w 'CKiihi, )6a iie'P' FERTUIIERS Mrs. R. M. Carlton.in Live Qak.iff. .

and Mrs' beorge Capps TEMPLE AVE.- and daughter of Jacksonville 600 .

"' 3 locations :. Mulberry, )Jacksonville}( Pensacola l Fl aria l railed on their brother and Tohn!ISfuinIaW' ... .. ..,- ... ......
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Founders Day 1 eporter. I
Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter of t Church NewsEbenezer

,Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. will Baptist Church, Rev. '
hold their annual observance ot Robinson: pastor, held regular I : 'II
the 38th Founder's Day at New Sunday School last Sunday with MODERN OFFICE EQUIPMENT 7

Bethel Baptist Church, Starkeon Supt H. Bryant in charge. Sunday j'

Sunday. Jan. 19. at 11 a. m. is our regular pastorial day' I

This i is the first time in the Morning worship will begin At I ..
history of the organization that 1:30: a.m., pastor in charge ].ii If 1 Jt: 1:.. 3 t- ; L ,

auch a program has been pre evening service at 7:30 p. m. i .-' I

public sented ia in invited Starke.to The attend general; this, Church im Friday.conference Jan. 17 at will 7:30>be p.held m.AIT .. .,,- You owe it to yourself and your employees to ,COLE "Posiuro"-CHAlltS .. .-

great free attraction in the affairs members are asked .to be Full-Size StandardSMITHCORONA'TACEMAKER' IncreaSe the efficiency i of your office. with Modern
of Greekdom. You are J present as this is the first business -
familiar with other fraternal organizations I meeting of the year and TypewHters, Adding; Machines and other '"
such as the Masons 1 tbtee 'aVe "' ,
Importantmatters' .
many very ( equipment. See for needs.,-Terms'ar- t a
us
Elks and Eastern Stars so come to be decided for the your

out and learn about our sister good' 'of the church.."Sis. Ra)neTle OFFICE TYPEWRITER 0 ranged to suit 'your convenience. R UU 3 a .t
hood. The guest speaker will be English, reporters '
Soror Gladys Alexander, immediate Pleasant Grove Methodist .. 1,;

past, .resident: an Uon1gt/ for' past. .
speech oorr tHe I REgular "services on Sun- _
schools of Ala hua: County. She :Say starting with Sunday Schoo1it I J o

is a graduate of Florida A fc M JO d. m. 'SujJt to, DeSue in 1'GUE' '

University and ,is in 'eloqueAt \ charge. Morning end ?eveninfR'ofshlp Pgktfigur.V.f6rk.BUY.A 9 9l f :
speaker Music will 'be furnlsheji tidal conddcted by the .
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by members of Antioch Biptls- 1 pastor. Official 'board f was held f M ; .

Church choir under'the direction 1 lit 5 p. m', Methodfat Youth ''Fellowship l- .. .. ,
of Soror Ozora Shell: Sorer it .8 p. m.. OA Sunday ;".: ,' J.r-..::., ." .,'O;<,'. > <:.. ... \ .
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Maurice White, cbtchairman of San: 19, 'at'7 p. m. the Versiteers a.I'n 'f.>, '... 'v'","' '..... :s 77 1. .

the program.111 introduce the I of Jacksonville will appear In a t:> ,.... '. { '. '.
speaker. Soror Susie Alma Station :\gospel song recital. These sing- :"if ) ", i" J<, .". : : '.

of Williston will be presented its erp'are famous throughout Flor- ''''''' -..-..'.:/<.t'o' !:,...'''':, '. !':: : 1, ....*... ..,. guest.tWoBt gild WIll; sink *BTess Wa 'and Georgia. The 'general "IE m' ., l' t .. fi y "",7." back
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This House.* ;Th'e cooperating public 'is Invited to attend. Mae '( ; i**

ministers" re.Ttev. ..:Yiris n".!'ana ."Bell Dell, reporter.' t'1'\ RANDriP1fM All nytonbtarings T i'x
George Lijfe. 'poVf miss tb1s- Allen Chapel'A.: M. E. Church, t y

unique jfreeprogram that _wilj f Rev:"'U'";A Sampson pastor, Will lock tilts -' 3J
emphize :Finer' Womanhood" hold regular serviced' bn' Sunday 1 indtpencbntfy! ? ap .
Scholarship.'JZe'il and "sisterly, starting' \Vi th' I Sunday' School-at ,it sd I
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love. Soror M&nie'Belle' 10 .
Wheeler a' m..Supt. Irene Thomas -In A
is also an inactive .member .otthis .charge. The morning and evenIng Regular $179.50 Plus Tax : ADD1N.MACIIN.E} i e> Y a A, $ t I
organization and ra resident messages will be deliveredby -
of Starke. she is s graduate' ot 'the pastor: All members are r ,: !' If" '

Florida Normal Industrial Col- urged to lbe"presehtl and 'do their I Offer 42.50 :
Special introductory '
lege, St. Augustine. full duty for the pastor and fam- ,
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Carnation Club .ily, At 2 p. m. the regular meet- .f. K Plus TaxIncreases ., : : \1
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The Carnation Social Saving ing of the Sons and Daughter '1

Club will worship in a group at of Levite will be held at.the. 169.5us J ,

Mt. Pisgah.;A. M. E., Church, on church, Rev. A. R Randolph in Tax efficiency by eliminating fatigue. You can \
Sunday morning- it 11 o'clock. ti "rre. Early service each 'evenfng'frbnr Only 5.00 '
I I President 'Cbi ,ah 'McNeil Eras '- 2 to'? p. in. 'Please be "WHY PAY MORE! .. .tl adjust M-way to fit your body. Molded foam \
A >
ing all members and friends 'of; present and on time. The Crusades Ii f 'rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coated moteL '
the club to Join them in this ap- for Christ is still open tall ; .. .: Down I
SUPER SPEED ACTION Vial. Srushed'alum'jnu'm4
Will not stain crack peel.
pearance. This is a part of the of community youth of alt 9 or I f 1

charity program of the club hurches. We plan to doa: radio i FLICKSET TABULATION 1. 4 e., 6.50 frame. Solid base equipped with kick plates and
Each month tduring the it broadcast soon,- 'so join end be ; .4STANDARD
year
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is their "ppHyy .\islt'some; over bi that"''number/ Sisters N. 84-CHARACTER KEYBOARD top bearing casters. Seat size 163/4W x 14W' x Vu',7

church Ci the communitind 11 Pullom 'and 'E..J. Givens spon I QUICKEST' ,r. { J tt( Per Month .i
1 MARGINS
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leave a very, filii; donati n. This sors. 4Y Q .
groups jias K already; 'visited New Property Owners S REINFORCED ALL-STEEL FRAMEonthelWWMorona '. "EXECUTIVE" Arm Chair

Bethel: Allen* Chapel and other Art 'perlbns[ "'owning propertyin I ins'
/ Starfee : c Colorful impressive, the,,lost word
and Bradford
churches:,m the tcommuirit [ R. County .l
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-t *' ., beauty. Brushed aluminum, iqtin
B. Cohen reporter. are asked to re-register. The r i a ': m -r e I WOOD'S FASTEST XfYaOAR '
Eastern Star books will be open for one FASTEST BECAUSE IT'S S/MPIESTI/ smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with N
month from Jan. TO. Ih the !n- ; '' adjustable tension and adjustable
The. regular meeting of the in call for free demonstration
Com or a
Easter Star, Deil Chapter IBSf rest 'of better schooL we urge .doe! : height. Swivel boli-bearing castor}.".
to that Seat size, 19'/a"x Wx2H"t, 11
Stark will be held at the you, register_so you can .,
vote in the. school bond election
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street The Famous keniington Rand
when the date is set.
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7:30: AH
tonight at p. m. members {
are asked to 'be present and IVateroak School ADDING 0. 5
MACHINESr
10 KEY 0 0
There will be a called meetingof
on time. Worthy Matron JanieS. ,
Mitchell .has a. message of the >TA the school on wkL ,. > CfenJtt 0,., ... Oak Uof Cr .* ... tnw*
importance or.you.'This. \\Jt e Monday Jan. 29L at' 730 p.m.T : i 'I... saddle Ta. .. T.rro Cotta ., Wine .. 11
special tall officers'and Mrs. Bessie DeSue, president.' from Sapphire blues and soft >I""l ibodtDOLE'S ... IJ
to all ftQ-75
members.: Principal M., E. Roberts is Basking 3- *\ v 5.95 .,.......,, Ott..RiKML. .
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Plus
'all patrons and property : U Tax Plus Tax f
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Le51f
fleeting: Wn'ers to please' Attend 'as she ,;

rue Sons and Daughters of has. a special message for you, r
Levjtes$ Ivxfge No.. 6.1' 'will MIdi March Of Dime*' 2

tKeir ,regular! jneeting at Allen : All parents and friends ire ALSO SMTH-CORONA .

Chapel. M. E Church on Sun-I asked to join' the March 'of ,;; -
t day at 2 p., m. All, members are I Dimes today. Coin 'cards are e

1 askedIto,be present and make being circulated by the pupils 'of Full Keyboard Adding MachinesPriced
their. financial report. Rev. A:' the. county, Mrs.: LT M. Royal; e 1'L L L a: 4' B -

I R. Randolph "supervisor, hens. Chairman. ;** .-"-- -r '

Timbers, secretary. from 99.5Q SECRETVAUIT .

Jenkins Elementary yyyyyyy..yyyyyyyyyyyyyy. -y i ll Plus Tax .
,. J -for personal papers and other r
On Monday, Jan. 13, the xhilj = :I I TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE r valuables (only YOU know the ll

dren I in special I education: were PIPJIVEIMrs. ': :,'' ; dial combination). Also: two s
very sh ppy when two brand new 1.1. 9 '
I rp ball-bearin9 letter files. Two index .
oil Mereereau heaters! wire director: tnstall&l by'Mrj ; ., H. M. HcBM s" ; ? E sE drawers for 3x5 or 4x6
of mainten
I the BoarcTof pflflic In && &. A&ij cards ((6400 capacity), or for ',
4 ace for ... .,
i cancelled checks two adjust-
structfon, ;jitters'of thanks_ .sic ; i
FROM
LAST WEEK ..
Y able !
being written 'by, the children for Oo1es t ea storage compartments \
Rev.. W. E.; Hall,filled the pulpit "
.1 under lock and key. Size 37W'.high
this re\ief\ from jack frost. They
,. : at Pine Level Baptist Church I'
have had it. pretty cild for:ovet last Sunday' with five members ____ 30W' wide, 17" deep.

I a year Many thanks to SupK. added"to the church roll. a ; poJdAbft i let 1>ESK n.'FILE' .,I i Olive green or Cole gray.

i, Morgan and others responsible We were glad to have with us 1t ,&VJt ___ 'f- With plungtr-typ lock wftch *
for these beautiful new classroom -75 automatically locks all drawer. <
in the services Mr. and Mrs. :J. '
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: beat, rs., I L. Alvarez of "Middleburg, and flpinet .1.1q Wfia. Plus Tax No. U7SPI .$&!rU
.Sport. IOn I "and .. There's just no comparison between the ease of operationof ( I IA I .
Mr. Mrs. Aaron ftutchesonlof -
Portable and other
Electric >
the new Smith-Corona any .
1+ !day. Jan. 17, the. RJE Gainesville. The former were the ,
touch of the keys and .
the VvorlA' A gentle
in r .. -
Tigers ind, Jigirettes will, pIa < tttesti 'of :J. L.'s parentis. Mr:: ind portable : retractable desk; .; i t
a I :Middleton High School of Crescent Mrs. 0. R. Alvarez. electric power takes over speeding you through your pIus'a safe for valuables, ujcVawers >a aY
SEE AND TRY
and
quickly quietly effortlessly.
City, if the weather. fav1- Mr. and Mrs: Lavon Alvarez of typing for checks;

or(Xe( for the use of the'"fYIIlI1: Orlando are the proud parents' TODAYI ; hies i for letter 1 .
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aturf." Tile gins and boys wolf a little daughter, Karen EliZAbe'th.Mr o
PAYMENT for I bodes, r-i: j
SMALL DOWN :
.' I. compartments ,
last Friday afternoon from Kef- arid Mrs.: Gene PetcWr and ;

fer High students of llacclennv. Mrs. Florence'Haltiwanger, v ko 9.2l Per Month drawers-stationery .,.-. .
.4 All peispns;; in the communit* have been visiting t ttv* in and end index cards. wI
arj invited to see these games, around Starke' and Gainesville, .. f : desk I '

., '"vllich"are expected to be thrift spent New Yeirt day with the I Buill its a I'I'"toO

I e rs.jfrom"start to finish. !, H M. ?t1:cRaes"arid T. N. Normans Other SM ORONA'ortab1es tr f
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VPl MmAAM School New before refnrtttng! io' thelt'' homes : l' a j
,R thl t in' 'Jacksonville. s v .
The regular meeting of ; Wifl odd dignity to ony room.4! complete
n Th*t\t jt' School( PTA will be 2nd Lt. iATfey McRae spent \the AS LOW AS : I office combined into one tian3- yi
; ( T' irfttmls'TiBniSys' itt Ms a'l"ents.1he I *Iron.
1 held on'1tAnday, Jan. 20, with some unit protected by"t a s
,1 t 'Dro1Umo'n' in J. W.: tcRaes.. He.. Q i outer doors under lock and key.. !
Jf We9Ident stationed at I&eAu Air" FoVce : Heavy gauge steel. 32%" wide. 60"high I
chafge, All' memblrs are_iskea rHSJOPlus 19" deep.GrSeH W Cote- roy.
to.'attend. Special thanks to tip Base inTexas and -is preseiJtly "" for Typing
I Irthtees .for the dine hying th'e.'1'33 jet train r.* f Knotty.
kerb atn\- j Grained WafiuiC: Mahogany or
t rnTdonVoirDierioor? uruig"lheholfolys Sunday visitors of the H..Mf Tax # t Pine finish $15.00 additional F j
"A school of beauty McRaes were Mr. and Mrs. Robert bLrl
ifI ;' .. 1I. "w .t
1 revfer.". The m'eetinschedued. Taylor and children' of Olustee; t lH
a joy, r9 { if'.t at
s. and. Robert t'S E AH your important papers your
and Mrs.
Mr. {
to'begin. \at.7 p. m.,31 :,. Myrickand I. inured. at Right finger tips. The retractable desk
children of .
S. iS'*ric r..pnnCIPa1; ;,*Mrs..Jui Starke. I '.. 1Ic glides smoothly i ia and out.ll95 I
J i. 'UTILITY TABLE'
Mrs.* Duke
rt.reMrt4r. Mr-and. Dubose'of I -
,, AlI) The Sky 'iter &tl xm, e
'deisun tot 'hl'1 '$ooi Jacksonville spent. New Year's -" '" j : for the Student .95
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iT *" ,indMrs.
meeting day with her parents, Mr. ... .
The of they
regular ''
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0. R. Alyarei. Plus Tax Plus Tax
PTAiftoVby; CliiS) will beheld oh ; .I .. .
We are "sonv to report'that ,n., _" -- ,
Tuesday ,Ja&'. 21) All persons? Miss Virginia Eaves' is ill in Ithe
j lhat .have started: :projects faleathercraft. "Buller" I'H J I
It : are asked to [conic Lake hospitalDianne ri'Jreds'l'Other Necesriti s'For'fhb Office

out- 'and try tS !complete them. and 'Delores Hall of.
Include Jacksonville returned 'home yesteriiy
mefiiblrs"win
New Supet1 -
:d i SheiCitany iey till 'aftfcr' fs'fe* days visit with
visor,, rings
folders arid: useful articles .WtS GToria *CrosDyaSa "KathyMyrick. IM
f Bother .
fiav-e ,J lfn*.ma4e.., ; Sbme"TSembers BRADFORD CQUNTY TELEGRAPH
t wills rt on leather pocketbooks :

*irtajrli W' >:"" pTy' pegret -P.IJi ,:THE RIGHT POINT for the

pliisini of R vrAllen faithful, onfe our> It your fevodte'ESTEflBt00'R: 11 II ."* 4"ii W. 4 .. ,,, .. fs,0' .1 j S.
Kctoved aha' path n. \.. "yin ccYiti..'ComA-\ Bd:se. : 0 t lij
Our loss is heaven' C. C. .
>Mderael;, _. ..jjJonnaoa gain. /,Fountain .IVo.-;.. .TF.LEGIWTH.. &.... < L -- I- : ; S Li

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VVvyyvmm.Y..mr..r. visiting the Roy Green. and Earl :. visited Mrs. Crowl Sunday. Carlton of Fairbanks Thursday hearing'lira. Collins and these in expert manner. They all prom- at both services for us at Clay Hospital in Jacksonville and at
Green families
Sunday.Bill Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and night. boys sing really missed a treat ised to be back with
us againon Hill Church last Sunday.We that time was in an oxygen tent.
Hinson of .Oldsmar and
BROOKERBy children visited the Alex Williams Mrs. Everett Gainey was in Raymond who does not know Feb. 8, be
Bob Hinson of Gainesville so sure to come were grieved last Thursday We wish him a speedy recovery.
were
of'the in Jacksonville Sunday. Jacksonville( on business Tuesday. one note cf music, played the out and hear them. These folks to learn that C. E. Wilkinson Our two grandsons Billy ana
weekend
Barbara Sue Davis guests Earl Mrs.' Dave Green returned Sunday James H&rrell son of Mr. and piano beautifully, and Leonarda are all members of the Graham had suffered a severe heart Bobby Gurr, who.have been withus

'.&&&&&&A&&A&&aaaaa&a.u Green Mrs.family.Bessie Brown has after visiting with Mr. andMrs. Mrs J. C. Harrell has returnedto young'man in his teens, got Church. I attack with a clot of blood on for- two weeks, have returnedto
returned '
Alex Williams and their new 1 Stetson University after spend- up and led several songs for us Rev. George Prevatt preached his heart. He is in St. Luke's Jacksonville.
of home after visiting with the son in Jacksonville.We .
The Melody Gospel Quartet ing j the holidays at home.
Knoxville, Tenn. will be at the Joe Browns of Atlanta, Ga. and are sorry to report that Mrs. Lochea Waters is visiting:

:Fairbanks Baptist Church on Louise Corbind,in Macon, Ga. fof Mrs. Woodrow Thomas ill at 1 her daughter, Mrs. Curtis BeecbJe.in ,

Saturday night, Jan. '25. Singing several weeks. home 1 'Gainesville.,
Mr. and Mrs L. R. Elzey and Sally Merchant of Gainesville i :: -
will begin at 7:30. Everyone is Rev. Brookins of Hampton attended -
:,invited to attend. children were sightseeing in and Jeannie Wait attended church I' morning services at'Dedan ;

Hughey E. Crosby of Moffet Cedar Keys Sunday. with the Groover Thomas family Baptist Church Sunday. I.
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Field Calif is visiting his mother The Brooker Garden Club will Sunday.Mr. A-3C Kenneth Parrish of Tyn- t" .,.''.
Mrs. R. R. Carlton, for several meet Jan. 17 at the Community and Mrs. M. M. Gano and dal A. F. B., Panama City was ., -'
days. Center. Miss Clara Leaman will daughters of" St. Augustine and visiting in Brooker over the holi-
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes present a program on, birds. All Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Gano and I BIOGERhauthe

and children of Starke and Mr. members are urged to attend. children of Swan Lake were holi- days.Mrs.. Cassie Larrimore of St.

and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes and Hostesses will be Mrs. Ann day guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Petersburg is visiting Mrs. Mat-
children of Alachua visit Kleinman and Mrs. Howard F. Gano. best.
were i tie Sowells for a. few days.Mrs. i
,Ing the H. E. Stokes Sunday.Mr. Wait. Wade Harrell was admitted to Sowells and Mrs..Larrimore visit-
and Mrs. Junior Stokes! Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosbyand the Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville ed Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Larri- '

and children were in Gainesville, Mrs. A. I. Mann were ir : Monday where he will more of Orange Lake, Mr. and i'I

Alachua and Starke visiting Gainesville. on business MondayMrs. undergo treatment. Mrs. J.,J._Nipper, 'and Jktrs. Pert- i & of the Low-Price 3-for'
friends and relatives Saturday.J. Aubrey Hazen and son Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk and cock of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Her- .
W. Thomas and daughter of Neil were In Jacksonville Mon sons were visiting Mr. and :Mrs. man Hodges of Jacksonville last

Winter Garden were visiting day on business. Reecy Holden of Newberry and week. .

friends and relatives in Brooker Mrs. Minnie Hazen entered the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polk and Alphie Parrish1\ and Iva McKinney ,.I

Saturday. I' Gainesville hospital Tuesday for family of Trenton Friday. of Auburndale visited Mr. and
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Mrs. S. M Mott and Mrs: G observation.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Osteen of Mrs. C. L Atkinson during the
W. Davis visited Mrs. Mike Joe Roop of Starke whois Newberry were dinner guests of i holidays.Mr. .

.Tilghman in Gainesville and Mrs pastor of the Dedan Baptist the Edd S. Polks Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ and

R. R. Carlton in Fairbanks last Church Starke is ill. Rev.in Hemmingwayof and Mrs. C. J. Tetstoneand daughter of Chicago,. ill., Mr. and Ii i '
filled for
'Friday. I Rev. .children and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Kenneth Russ 'and son of I II
Mrs. G. W. Davis, Barbara Sue Roop Sunday night., Cook of Gainesville visited the Melbourne and Mr.. and Mrs. Son I.
and Dickie Davis were luncheorguests Guests of Rev. and Mrs. James Edd S. Polks Sunday.Mr. ny Dukes and daughter of Lake I,

of the B. J. Waters in Temple recently were the James and Mrs. Bill Bigham and Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. Earnest .
Gainesville Page family of Dublin, Ga. I
Saturday. children and Mr. and
Mrs.
Lloyd
the 1
Russ
over holidays.
Weekend of the W. E We wish to welcome in our Wood 1i
guests and son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Green and i
Bighams were Mr. and Mrs. W. midst Mr. and Mrs. Ed Perwitz Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond in Nashville

who children visited the R. K., Dukesin i
E. Bigham Sr of Lakeland and were recently married an<' Ga over the weekend. Lake Butler Sunday. t 1I
Mr. and Mrs. L. L Hardee o' are now residing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Corbet visited
Barbara Jean Green
Mrs. Mary Green. I
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Jacksonville.Mr.
and. son, who are enroute to Ger Dian Dukes''Lake Butler last
and Mrs. Bill Bigham and Mr. and Mrs. Jean Bloodsworthand many for three years, are visiting week. ,- .
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Sr children Mrs. Lommie Raineyof Mrs. Corbet's parents, Mr.: overnight tr 4
Linda Gale Green was the -
attended the funeral of Johr Lake Butler and Mrs. 'Annie and Mrs. 1
Benny Thomas, thin
Johnson were'visiting guest of Dials Dukes;: in
Loa Watersin
King of High Springs Sunday week.
Apopka the weekend. Lake Butler last Friday.
over
afternoon. FROM LAST ,
WEEK.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones ,and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph *Nettles Carl Pinholster of Williston New: Year's Party naG.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
children,
Mrs. Warren Mizelle! Jr., and visited his grandmother Mrs. The
young people celebrated the ..
Jones of Gainesville and Mr and '''
Mrs. Warren Mizelle Mary Green recently.Mr. & ,
Sr. attended New Year with a party at the Mrs. Earl Gordon and children of a r
the District Young Adult I and Mrs. Willie Pinkerston. home of the Russell Greens New Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs.
.Course at the Methodist ChurchIn i and children of Silver Springs, Year's Eve. ,
the holidays.
Melrose Thursday night of[ Md, visited Mrs. Mary Green over A l large bonfire was built out Jones through
last week. the holidays. in the yard and outdoor Mr. and Mrs. Jeff, Lewis". of .

Recent guests of the Ralph Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs were played. At the stroke games of i Starke of and Mr. and'visited Mrs. Mr.Tommy and .,..." .. _,,..,-,.'.__.J_-.___ ,
Nettles were 'Charles Fisher oi Brown visited midnight there Lewis Keystone --
; Mrs. Virgie Hales was a display of / ,
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Jacksonville Norman Brubaker and Mr.of and bir oJ Lake Butler last week. fireworks by the, guests with a Mrs.Mrs.Noon Brook Mott.of Sunday.Gainesville was Wheelbase is the real measure of size and the power man-size, stretch-out roominess. ..crisp
Schaeffer Happy New Year
Little Eddie and John shouted by
Town, Pa. the Lewis everyone. the New,Year's Day, guest of Mr. Chieftain dwarfs all three with a road-leveling New Direction Styling! So why buy a car with a

Mr. and Mrs. J. T Taylor and I spent grandmother.holidays Mrs. Crowl.with at theirI Lar Refreshments were served to and Mrs. R. J. Mott, and family. 122' span! Beats, them, too, with Tempest 395 low-price name? Get a Pontiac for leas!

Jackie Green of Palatka were I go. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis the 39 guests by Mrs. Russell Raleigh Raulerson of Clermont
Green, Mary, Joan and Beverly Is 'visiting his mother Mrs. Onie


'r" That's Our Business Green.Wayne Thomas of Winter Garden Raulerson. .

visited Wilbur Barry last t.W9VVVW..V9V9V9.V9.V.9

U It's Glass We Have It! week. I. BIG BOLD PONTIAC

t 1 CALL WRITE or VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baggs and HIGHLANDISj
Jimmy Baggs of Gainesville visit

p Joe Peters Glass Co. afternoon.ed the G. W. Davises Sunday y Mrf.' LMJ Normaa

iiit 'ii& &a&aa&aa&A*
Barbara Sue Davis spent the .
FOR
ANY GLASS NEED weekend Gainesville! as the Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand SHE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER
We Design Modern Store Fronts Rowe,
Tresia
guest of Jean Endicott. granddaughter FOR A DRIVE AND A DEAL YOU'LL NEVER FORGET
Just Mall Us A Pattern for
of Jacksonville visited the Lacey .
Mrs. S. M. Mott
and Mr. and, -- -
Table Tops Sunday'afternoon.Mrs.
Normans
Mrs. G. W. Davis'and Barbara i
1313_N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 and Dickie Davis were supper Sarah Norman and
I Rachel Prescott,of Lawtey wer<
guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. R.
!I in Green Cove Springs on business r
1
'I
Tuesday. / >A*
Mr. and Mrs. David Kirklandand <

children, 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward 0 0o
Herndon and daughter, Mr
DO YOU NEEDA and Mrs. Berton Caruthers, al ALVAREZ 0

of Jacksonville,, visited Mrs, 0 0
Ruth :Marr last Sunday. 0 0 o
Those from here attending the o 0 t

Florida Room Patio New Roof Union Church Meeting'last Friday at Black were. Creek Zettie STORE e0 0 0

Padgett and Rev. George Chism. 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman o 0
and the Charles Mosleys, all of 0 lS
Extra Bed Room .Car Port : Bath Jacksonville'were weekend visitors EST.1S94 '

of the L },{. Normans. r C iG

Mr. and Mrs. Dock Norman

and children of Dinsmore visited .
or a Complete New Home? friends and relatives here Wed- Men's Curlee Men's CurleeSUITS
nesday of last week.

,yyyyyy.yyy.yy..yy..., TOP COATS PRICES SLASHED!


CLAY HILLb jQ 55.00 Were Sale Lasts Only 8 Days -- Buy Now& SaveAll

-
!f! Value rJUl Men'sJACKETS
111'I. .1. L. StrkklndWednesda'y /'f9 41.50 Visit Our New

i / .
aa&aaaaa&aaaaaaaaa&& & Were \ Boys' Wear Dept.
t :
\t .
& 11. ,
[f K \ "
morning of last y .- ', <"I' ,, Now
42.50 '
week I decided I was back in :w' ,"J.) 4 i ALL
Kentucky or' Virginia when the tf&i. ';!Jt- # \
ONE- I"
... snow was coming down so hard Now .95 ," Boys'Wear
here. Had. been a little home sick .!} 1 .r> : !: 38

but after our \ r .. 'f /
to see snow again ,,''
t" 31-70 J"'" 1 r (k Reduced
.
snow.last week I have decided to $ '} -.' :
in Florida even if I do get l' t.:;, 1 '
stay .. .
'
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A M 1 : \
cold here! I can '''' ,
Anyway say ,, : > '.1. 'It' Were $20%
,
now that I have seen snow in M .J 'h'J,. All Other E ,
Florida the first snow I have .FZZ., '' f ( OFF { '
12 h ,ttTOP; : COATS l 42.50
seen In. ,years. :
Minnie Parmalee' and Nellie i \r t1!: .f-i 3 4t''
\ .
McKenzie .of Jacksonville. visited ;: : IVY
the J. L. Stricklands Saturdayof .," :.. tTINow33.95: ; Men's Top Value LEAGUESLACKS
< # .it 25 10OFF :
WE WILL DESIGN AND BUILD last week. Long Sleeve
Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Prevatt /1 REDUCED
SPORT ,
and family of Lawtey visited the 4 .0.: SHIRTS ,

I TO SUIT YOUR POCKET BOOK Stricklands with them to Sunday.the home Bessie of went Wr.Prevatt's 18.50 COATS tt ?' 20% OFF tBoys' \ 20%

mother Aunt Senie

Prevatt, where we had preaching NOW 1365. Special Group Men's Corduroy Flannel
services In the afternoon. We MEN'S SUITS & Wool Long Sleeve Dress Pants

NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DESIGNS had a good number present and SPORT 'SHIRTSOneThird
Were 3.95 Now 2.75
had a wonderful service. We & SPORT COAT. i
t
DRESS -
were really surprised to see Aunt SHIRTS Off

Senie so Jolly and so able to talk HALF PRICE! Special Shoe Sale!

TELEPHONE 3 to all We do not find many who Were 4.00 Men's WinterSWEATERS Florsheim,' Crosby Square,
remain when have :
jovial they
For Information on Building and Building Supplies'' been confined to their beds for NOW 289 Men's SLACKS and Other Spring Shoes
.J-A: GREATLY REDUCED
three years and more. ,The ones (Robert Bruce)
who have missed meeting this Arrow Wings Wilson '20% OFF 25% OFF Florsheim. Were 17.95

dear old lady have missed a NOW 9.99
: 't. JUST ARRIVED! LUGGAGEOneThird
great treat in life. Hubbard Botany
.
,
ALL Crosley Were 12.95
DRESS
: TIESFourInHand
: Rev. Lane and .family went to Curlee & 'OthersRegular
CARLOAD OF WESTERN FIR SELLING AT THE SAME one of the Jacksonville churches: Off NOW 7.99

Sunday, help ordain ,Mr. Ro- Stock 2.50 1.50 Values

PRICE AS SOUTHERN PINE well to the- ministry.. We missed WE HAVE ONLY ONE SPORT COATS Now 99c ea. Dress &'Work Shoes
them from church at Clay, Hill. SALE A YEAR. BUY
We had our aing at the Clay NOW AND SAVE! 20% OFF While They Last! 20% OFF

Hill few church, more-Saturday present than night.we Hada usually Were 8.95 and 7.95 ----- -i I

J & J Building Supplies do and had' some? einging Special Group Carter's Dress Shoes NOW 4.99

: worth .liStening to.- Mrs. W. O .


SUCCESSORS TO QUIGLEY & DAVIS Moody Collins Raymond,from Billy<,,Collins Mr.Graham' and,_ Mrs.Leonardand church J. 10 PER CENT OFF EVERYTHING NOT NAMED IN THIS AD! j I


I were with us. All who missed
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