Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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1 i jj i if' ir Bond Election! Flag Courthouse To FlyAt Ten Merchants Natural Gas Line.

; Tentatively SetForAprilOth Already Signor
1q n Board Decrees
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The Flag of the United States ? Trade DaysTen Ready Start Soon

A and the State Flag will be flown
x 1 e r at the court house in the future.
i V ', Saturday, April 19, is the date The request was made at the members of the Merchants --
I t Monday meeting of the County Division of the Chamber of Com-
c' recommended to the Bradford Compressor
Commission by Comm. H. A. merce, meeting Tuesday night in
County School Board for the
\ ; Bishop. the Garden' Restaurant, launched .
lY' forthcoming election on a $450,000 Clerk cf the Commission, Char- i plans for a twice-a-month trade Roses it- Station Will Be

bond issue for school constructionand les Darby said he believes a State days campaign. for Starke.

V:4 # repair. Flag can be obtained from the Inman Green, chairman of the ,

G "....r.j The recommendation was made Governor's office. In the past, trades day committee, said that And ra4 West Of Starke
by the firm cf Pierce. Carrison & ,Darby said the janitor often fail others would undoubtedly come ___
Wulbern, investment bankers, retained ed, to take the flag down at sundown Into the program before it is

... by the board to handle and he had to come back' in Started April 1. The ten who Roosters o- \ Natural l gas should be availablefor
mechanics of the proposed issue. the evening to take it down. have already signed represent 100
use in this area by spring of
VVV The Board will meet Saturday Bishop countered with the per cent of those attending Tues- 1 1959. L. -M. Reinach of the firm
morning to consider the recommendation statement "If they can't do the day's meeting he' said. of Barnard
and Burk. Inc.. con-
V and make a final decision job"we will hire someone who Harry C. Elrod Jr., Merchants sulting engineers, St. Petersburg,

as to date. can. Division' chairman, 'said: "We 1 t' told The Telegraph yesterday.

If the April 19 recommendationis would like to have every mer- : Reinach said that details of

accepted, it would mean. that Ground chant in Star participating in financing the WOO mile. $150

the registration of freeholders BreakingSet the program, and I feel confidentof million line should be' completednext
having at least 20 by the time '
month, with actual
would close !on Saturday April 5, construction -
Morgan said. The law Madison we are ready to start. The more That scheduled. to start soon thereafter
providesthat OldSpring '
By that are in, the more effective it .

Florida Products, Queen Adorned registration books must close will be." > More than 1,000 miles of theline
14 days before the election date.
Those who agreed Tuesday have already been surveyed
Morgan said the board generally Street Church night to support the cooperative 4. and'around 250 miles of rightof-
Vfith Plastic Jewelry Made HereMiss favored holding the election ona
campaign were: Joseph Warrenof gHits e,. way options already obtained the
Saturday since it felt that
was J & J Building Supplies; E. A. engineer said.. Design ,work on
Pat Dunn Queen of the Florida Products Festhalas! presented more freeholders would have time Groundbreaking ceremonies for
I Winkler, Winkler Electric Service; compressor .stations Is about 80
hand-carved plastic! jewelry made in Stark when she visited to vote on that day.' the new Madison Street Baptist Mrs. Rebecca Simpson, Gem Jewelry per' cent complete, he added.

the Rotary Club here last week._ Doing the honors is Harry H. Mrs. Marian L. Crosby, super- Church will be held Sunday after- ; Mrs. Leila Mundy, Leila's PoultrymenAlthough Reinach said that according to

Rabb Jr., club program chairman. The Festival is being further observed visor of registration, said yester- noon at 3 o'clock on the church I Dress &: Gift Shop; F. F. Stump present plans, 'still subject to

here thk week with special displays in the Starke Elementary day that a total of 1.111 freeholders property at West Madison and Alton and Miss Lillian Stump, Stump's change a compressor station and
have registered to date and Road.
School t'afptorll1D1The public is United to view Florida Department Store; J. R. Bullington district maintenance headquarters -
products being shown there are eligible to vote in the forthcoming' The main address will be made Bullington's Studio & Gift will be located about 10 miles

election. by Rev. Clifford Walker of Jacksonville Shop; S. G. Denmark, Denmark it may seem like an Laurie Alderman [stand- west of Stark the point at wllch

Fifty per cent of. those regis- secretary of Cooperative : Furniture Co:; Inman Green, odd combination, Laurie Alder- ing] and Clarence Simpsonget spurs will take off..from the main
tered must turn out to vote in Missions of' the Southern the early-spring treen- line to' Jacksonville and in
Road MeetingTo Judge Reports Baptist i Shepherd's Radio.& TV; Harry C. man 'and Clarence Sampson, part- asouthwesterly
the election to make it legal. Convention.The thumb urge and put in the direction to the,
Elrod Jr.
Elrod Furniture Co.; ners in 36,000 broiler
Hear RequestsOf Light Case Load plant near I rose bushes that will beautify Gulf at Inglis.
first dirt will be turned by and Adolph Gay, Gay's Home Ap ,
Commissioners .... For FebruaryRetail Constable BoardTo Rev. J. H. Mabry Jr., pastor of pliances.The > Lake Geneva, are planting roses I their broiler houses and pro- The' compressor: station will bea
around their chicken houses. According vide blooms later for churchesand $1,500,000 installation, Reinach
the church L.
; A.. Canova, chair-
County Commissioners will attend merchants aren't the Share Cost man of the building e committee; "Share program center around to the two men, the "widow women." said and will operate on a 24-
a Profit"
plan for patrons -
hour daily schedule. 'He said thata
a Road Dept. meeting in only ones who are finding busi- and Freeman Register Sr., chair- I of the cooperating stores, broiler plant is rim on such aft
minimum of
a seve -man crew
to the slow side. man of the Board of Deacons. efficient basis that'it allows them Recreation Board '
Gainesville .Thursday put inl I ness on Of New UniformsThe and will be backed by a programof will be required to operate the

their request for roads. Since the County Judge T. A. Yawn said Jerry O. Gay, church moderator I newspaper and radio advertis- time; to beautify the place. They Meets With'Council station, ,with the possibility of

funds [80 cent total load handled his office will make the welcoming address. have been partners for 10 years additional personnel for maintenance
secondary,road per the by with Constable ing.In : -
of the 7-cent gas tax are allottedfor in February was 75 cases, as controversy P. M. Barefoot win bring the in- explaining the program El- and also share the love of roses. To Discuss Plans .-
compared with an average of more Felix Sullivan over fees and the vocation and Rev. J. W. Pearce rod said that local merchants Alderman says they have a Representatives of the Houston \

the purchase of rightsofwayon than 100 cases per month. wearing of a uniform has been will make the dedication prayer. must pool their efforts to over- special way of planting the rosesand Joe Gray, chairman! the new :TexasGas: & ;Qil"C9n) >'I-bui1ders, '

U. S, 301,.. the request will be Traffic cases for the_month 'totaled I settled with $11 7.90 In fees authorized ,Songs will be led by Jack Rain. come. ,competition,.Coffered ,by the that, until this, cald-; -winter Recreation'Board, asked'the-City cf 'the line; have been ''active in

..w made on the.,basis.of, when the .. I to be" paid-to' ,Sullivan,' by The"congregation 'hopes j) 16"see i mail order houses and the enticing have had :some bloom, the' year Council at its, Tuesday evening this.area,for several months, obtaining -
56 with the number of arrests
funds are available and "in the, ; the County Commission. Sullivan work started by April 1 on the radio; television, and newspaper round It: is,'Jus&for looks and meeting, to formally designate right-of-way easements. I
per officer as follows: State first two units of the new church. .advertising' carried continuously not a business, they,said. Deeds from the following property -
which traffic counts war which the
order in Trooper M. N. Sellers. 11; State has agreed to have his car mark- These will be the educational by the nearby city stores. Alderman,. a bachelor, said they the city-owned land on owners have already been recorded -

rant.. Seven roads are on this list. Trooper Carlos Musgrove, 8; State ed and to wear a uniform. The building and a chapel, and will be "We, can sell merchandise justas give the roses away to churches water tower stands as a play; for easement grants; E.
Requests will be made .for resurfacing commission will pay half of the constructed the Road and "widow' women" but Sampson ground recreation area. The Coun- Wm.
Trooper W. R. Harvey 7; Deputy on Alton cheap or cheaper than the big J. Brennan, Idella Williams
on primary roads as Sweat Deputy costs. side of the property. The main city stores,"'Elrod said, "but we added quickly, "and to my cil passed the ,resolution and also G. McCrossin Ralph Pearsall
Sheriff Riley none; I
follows: State roads 230 from The Commissioners had held up sanctuary will be built later and have got to let the people know wife. to fill the land where Carl Rhoden, Wm. H. Hall L. J.
Russell Redding 8; Deputy C. R. the ,payment of fees to Sullivan Digging hole 18 inches wide agreed
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Starke city limits to the Clay will face Madison Street: about it. ,He said that, the continuouS Wynn Geneva Hersey: N
Cox 16; Constable Felix Sullivan since the last of January when Members of the congregationwill propaganda campaign car- and the same deep they line it needed. The Council suggestedthat Mansell, H. B. Hinson, Mrs. Thos.F. .
county line 16 from the Clay they had complaints from motor- with ;red clay, ,wet it down well the Recreation Board work llBmmond,
6. Judge Yawn handled 18 cases meet Monday night at 6:15 ried on by the city merchants has Brown John E.
county line to the Union county other than trafic violations, and ists Sullivan had arrested. The in the elementary school cafetor- left the public with the impression and plaster the clay around to with Councilman Doyle and Street Fred Mason, :Thos. M. ,Ccnners,
line and 18 from Brooker to complaints were that Sullivan I make a basin. On top of this L. D. Vining Georgia L. Denmark
I the Game and Fish commission did ium for dinner and kick-off of a that they can buy things cheaperout Supt. S. R. Hicks'on the needs
They will also ask thata used an unmarked car and finance I goes a generous amount of natural John Denmark Estate, Che-ter E.
Hampton. bond-selling program to of town when actually the reverse for fill and that the
new bridge be built over the made one arrest not wear a uniform so that they construction of the new church.It Is often true." fertilizer, worm castings or aramage..so Searle, L.'R. Green, E. W Hodges
of I Total fines and forfeitures for doubted his authority to makean barnyard manure then a mixtureof work could be done by city em- ; Thos., M. Stephens, Clyde Cone,
Santa Fe River on 235 outside is expected that most of the Green. Elrod, and Denmark said
arrest. and soil. Once a week the ployees at a time convenient to
around 2000. peat Kite and Lester
month Lester Slade.
Brooker the were bond issue will ,be subscribed by that: other merchants would be ,
ground is well soaked. them. In recent report, "The Impact
..r i the congregation with the'general given an opportunity to join the I
The varieties they are' planting Chairman Gray said that ,the of Natural Gas on Florida the
.-- t tr. I public to participate in the program over the weekend, and
overage that full ,details of the plan will include Golden Charm. Etoile, Board hopes to have plans well Florida Development Commission
the Doctor, Condessa de Sastogaand under by'summer. Recreation predicted that extension of natural -
Rev. 0. D.. Moore, pastor of the be announced, at an early date. way
Talisman. in the area down the length of the
North Main Baptist Church, Jack- signs will be placed gas
sonville, will be the main speaker ..It'doesn't take much time and soon and there was some discus- state will bring savings to con-

at the kick-off. Collins, Powers they ,sure look pretty when they sion' of a contest to name the sumers, stimulate industrial ex-
area. (Continued oq Page Five)
are in bloom. Sampson. said. .
Are CommendedFor -

40 & 8 ParadePromises I

U. S. 301 Aid iV ., a

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Eight organizations including A y
civic clubs and :*
I city and county
. Their Own Business On Rt. 100 headdresses to sell in their shop. governing groups joined forces
Build They came here from East Pa- This SaturdayA this week in adopting resolutions T TL
latka where they operated a commending Gov. Leroy Collins _
I J. D. and', Geraldine Terrell whacks of a hammer and selling similar shop and sold novelties in and Road Board member Earl :
fruit to tourists, said it will pro- states for St.
have already opened their new five southern a carnival atmosphere will rule Powers for their Interest and cooperation _
bably be several months before
business, about seven miles south- Augustine' wholesaler.. Call Street Saturday afternoon in the four-laning 'of
the project is complete.Mrs. Terrells to install !
Later the plan V
east cf Starke on Highway 100, when the40 and 8," fun and U. S. 301 north of Starke. Y. rs
although, construction is still in- Terrell, part Cherokee In- picnic tables and playground ; honorary society of the American Pointing out that Bradford

complete. They're} doing their own dian, will make native dresses, equipment for the children to Legion will highlight its annual County 'materially depends" upon

construction work and between tomahawks tom-toms, dolls and play while' their parents browse. "Wreck" with a parade in*down- sources of income made available

town Starke between' 4:15 and through travel and transportationon

In District Tournament Rites MondayFor 4:45: U. S. 301. the resolution went t1

The Wreck is the elaborate and on to commend Gov. Collins and
V. E. Howard pcwerS "...- ,for their understanding -
sometimes hilarious ;
ceremony; I
Tornadoes Lose To Fletcher HighThe with which the society initiatesnew sympathy, and effortsin
Retired Druggist members into the org niza- making this most worthwhile un-
dertaking become a reality in a

Bradford Tornadoes ended a repeat all-conference honor Vassie E. Howard, 54, retired tion.Fifteen candidates are scheduled most expeditious manner."
The resolution stated that the
their 1958 basketball season member from last year. druggist, died Friday 'morning. to be "wrecked" here Saturday,
last ,Thursday afternoon at Jack- Other all-conference members Feb. 28, at his home In Starke as including Congressman Billy Matthews "rapid deterioration" of 301 has
sonville Beach when they lost selected were Bill Tym''and Dick the result of a'' heart attack. and Starke Mayor W. T. made it unsafe and wholly inadequate -
to support the traffic load Tracy<< W. Baker, left, and sons, William and Lex examine the
their Group HI:tourney game to Vincent of Bolles Billy Wells and Mr Howard was born May 26, Jackson. It is expected that
'' Stan coming over it in increasing num- Bakers Raise stock in the heated worm house on their "ranch" near Lake Geneva.
60-52 score. Gene Roberts of Santa Fe
Fletcher High by a' 1903 in Saluda County S. C.. the around 100 members of the society
won the group Livengood and Gene Saddler .of bers and tonnage. While other producers have lost much of their' stock during the re
Bishop Kenney I son of the .late Henry Tfflman will be in Starke for the cere- -
tourney and will represent this. P, K. Yonge Bill Marstellar of and Eva Threkill Howard. He had monies. cent freezing weather, the Bakers bad this well-heated house to pro-

group of schools at the Stat Green Cove, and Frank Barn-' lived in Starke since 1941 retiring The parade will be enjoyed by Independents Set ContentedVorms' tect their wrigglers. They estimate however, that they ,lost 250,000

Tournament, being staged In hardt of Fernandina. from his business, Howard's the public, with the rest of the worms in outdoor beds during the freezes.

Gainesville this weekend., Statistics show that the Tornadoes Drugs & Prescriptions, in January. initiation 'ceremony held In the For King Edward

The Tornadoes were leading scored 972 points during the Surviving are his widow, Mar- Legion home., On Modem RanchThere's that when they ran a fishing the family is now getting into-the

Fletcher at halftime, 30-25, and season for a 54-point per game garet Sanders Howard; two .W. .H. (Bill) Graham Is chair- Saturday NightThe camp on the lake several years purebred cattle business "likethe

saw the host school overtake them average.' Opponents scored 833 fora daughters, Mrs. Margaret Kenyonof man of the wrecking',crew, ago, r sportsman left behind some I cat who swallowed the grub hoe,"
midway the third :period when 46-point per game average. Seattle Wash. and Mrs. Nina an old saying that the worms that seemed a bit superiorto because they use a lot of cow

the effects of measles and Injuries There was no outstanding point- Sanders of Starke; one brother, Starke Independent cagers worm will turn. and it seemsto any the Bakers had ever hand- manure In the worm beds. They

caught up with the team Ar- maker on the team but Reason Harry V. Howard, Lake Butler: FOREST FIRESCOREBOARD will play King Edward Cigars of be true. led at their fishing emporium."We now have a herd of around 50

mand Rivers, plagued all season Kirkland finished high) with 217 and one sister Mrs. Lois Smith, Jacksonville in the BHS gym Sat- For out Lake Geneva way there traded them to a man in purebred Black Angus.

by sickness, was high scorer of the points for a 12-point average per Lake Butler. urday night at 8 o'clock., are lots ,of worms, and it can't South Florida who raised rabbits The modem worm-farm business !-

with 17 points, despite a McGee scored 187 points Manager Art Holliday said his : said. "He is far from the old '
game game. He was a member of the First The Florida Forest Service be denied that they're turning- the elder. Baker a cry
bad ankle. Kirkland and Hobbs Rivers 175. Hobbs 135, Noegel 116. Baptist Church and the Masonic headquarters in Bradford County team got a definite lift this week turning into a profitable business had found them in his leaf pile practice of""grunting" up worms

each garnered 9 points. McGee and Tatum 94.Graduation lodge. reports the following informationon by 'recruiting three new players for the Baker family. and began selling them to fisher- by vibrating an'iron'rod driven

played, an excellent'' floor game will take all for- Funeral services 'were held woods fires fought, and sup Curtis McGee, Reason Kirkland, What does it 'take to get into men." into the'ground, or following the

and turned In good. blackboard wards McGee Kirkland, and Monday at 11 a. m. in the De- pressed in the county during the and Charles ,Noegel, who have the worm business on a wholesale Because there was no other robins to.a burned-over patch In

work until saddled with four per- Noegel-but an abundance of Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. past seven-day period: just completed their high school scale? available source of this particular the woods. '
I sonal fouls. The loss left, the guards will return for another Lewis D. Haines officiating. Bur- Number of fires-3. basketball coreers and will finish Just a. lucky accident says super-worm and supply did not Systematic worm-culture entails

squad with a 13-5 seasonal record. year cf playing. Eight boys let- ial was In Crosby Lake Cemetery Acres burned-26. out the season with the Indepen- Tracy W. Baker of the worm- nearly meet demand the Bakers I I a well-heated breeding house

Curtis McGee and Reason Kirk- tered and five of 'them will be Active pall bearers were Olin Number of fires since! Jan. 1- dents.. firm, Baker & Sons, located on decided to breed their own from [cost of fuel at the Bakers ran

land were selected on the allconferenee back next year, bolstered by White Jr, R. C. Buford, Cecil There is no admission chargefor the south point of Lake Geneva. stock purchased from this source. about $75 per week during the recent -

squad voted by the members from this year's B"Douglas, pro. T. G. Retch George 73.Acres burned since Jan. 1- the ,Independent games, and The sons Bill, Lex and Dar One thing leads to another, of I cold spell], cement sealed

coaches two weeks ago. McGee is Squad I Flynn Jr. and Paul.Raymond. 469. i. the public is invited V to attend. ling, agree' with Dad and explain course, and Lex Baker declares (Continued OB Page>> Five), ,

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14Farmer's earn week for four consecutive weeks Carel A. Prater, Defendant. Gulf and West India Transit Company. Of.you, and also against Seaboard
editorial in the Bradford County Telegraph. Case No. U-"92 a Florida conjuration; I. .C. frt-boott, >\f Railroad Company, Lou-
Witness my hand and the seal of Notice To Appears Julia C. Pre&eutU.J S. Lane. Le- ella T. Struth Individually and as
DiaryBy said Court at Starke Bradford Coun- To: Carel-A. Prater whose residence nora Hollister.. Franklin Jordan, Albert guardian of the person and propel'
ty, Florida this 22 day of February, and address is: 635 IVule- H. Mitchell Franklin Jordan. n' ur .l,ni,,. Rodman Struth. a min
1S5S. vard, X. E. Atlanta 8, Georgia.You Jr. Mary -Mitchell, James T. or. MerriU, SUBthf aadr .KatherynLwueua
( ; The KSY J Sara McGarry, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL). are hereby notified that a Soutter. John McRae. if alive, and ':ttUln % minor, as defendants -
Cooperation ; I Charles A. Darby Clerk of said suit for divorcehas if any of the above named per- ; that the relief sought in
-% J Circuit Court. been filed against you in the sons be dead, then to the unknown said suit la to remove clouds from
above named Court and cause and heirs, devisees and
hidden sometimes under the By Marian L. Crc-sby Deputy ('It'rkiZ14t3Z0 legatees grantees, quiet and 'confirm' plaintiffs
To Better you are required to serve ropy of creditors or other persons claimingany title to the above described landsas
Days water] %| :
must have been' a big your answer or pleading to the complaint interest in the hereinafter de- an Indefeasible feeu.imple title
risk. on the PlaintiffsAttorney scribed property ..by through, under thereto against the claims of you
LEGAL OTICK" Joseph K. Skipper. 221 or against each sueh deceased and each of you and
; ; you are summoned -
It i&, ,heartening'' to hear that groupof- our Sealed bids will be received by Florida. Title Building. JaCkSOn- James T. Soutter and John McRaeas ordered and required to file
local merchants, apparently taking a from If the weather holds now it the Florida State Prison at the office ville 2, Florida Trustees of Florida RailroadCompany your written answer or defenses!' It>
cue of tile Business Manager, Florida and file the original in the office of and all persons claiming 'I the complaint in said cause in the
Decent.:actionTof, our farmers in wprjcjng together before' everything State, Prison, Raiford Florida' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or any interest in and to said property office of the undersigned Clerk ot
is nice and green again. up to and not later than 10OO.A.iL. before the I by, through, under or against said Court at Starke, Florida, on
for !their mutual welfare, have decided tocoop March 10, 1928: 21 day of March, 1J58;
We've had about enough winter to for'approximately each and every such trustees: the rr before the 25th: day of March E
erate'in combined effort to Starke ISO tons, more or less, junk, locatedin otherwise the allegations, of said unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, 19JS and to serve a copy thereofon
promote as last for long, long, time althoughin various 'areas at Florida State Complaint will be taken'as confessed grantees editors and other per- bills Y. Knight, plaintiffs a''
a trading center. Latest trouble to hit the farm- cne way it was a satisfaction.It Prison. Bids will be for junk by you. sons claiming; any interest in said torney, whose address U:: Starki-
where and as- is, subject to Inspec- This notice shall be published Florida.
property by through 'under or on or before said date asrequired
Details of the merchants' plan will be announced ers Is the heavy rain last week was the meanest, coldest winterIn tion prior to bidding rids must rnce each week for four consecutive against each Mary J. Jordan deceased by the Laws of Florida
which flooded the land and'held 'the memory of lots of people, be on bid forms which may be secured weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. Elmo Rodman Struth. deceased and the 1924 Florida Rules of Ciyil
soon; but the important thing, it seems to us, from the office of the Business and Franklin Jordan as Procedure. If you fail to so do. a
is that a siieable-grOup has determined4 up work, despite the break in and it at least will .serve as a' Manager, Florida State Prison. Dated this 18 day of February administrator of the estate of Mary I I. decree pro confesso will be entered
com- the cold weather. There was water topic 'of conservation for a longtime 2/21 2t 2/28 1958. J. Jordan deceased; and to all against you for the relief demanded -
bine efforts toward a common goal. Back in the (OFFICIAL SEAL) persons having or claiming any I I in the complaint.
in the ditches, for sure after that : to come as The Bad Winterof LEGAL NOTICE Charle A. DarbyClerk right, title or interest in and to the It is hereby ordered that this order
of the I I
early days nation, someone remarked "In rain, and then on Sunday another '5 -58. Sealed bids will be received by of the Circuit Court fallowing lands situate in Bradford and notice shall be publishedonce
union there is 'strength,", ,and no 'truer words heavy shower added to they the Florjda} State Prison at the offlee By. Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. ,County Florida to-wit I[I a week for four consecutive,
of the Business Manager, Flor- 2/20 4t 3/13 From the SW corner of NWVi weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
were ever spoken. One, merchant, acting indi a ter standing. At The Florida ida State Prison.. TUiford. Florida, of SEW of Sea 29, Twp { S., R. a newspaper published in
vidually ;;i' up to and not later than 10:00 A.M., !. The Circuit Curl Of Bradfordt'ounlr 22 E., run North 639 feet thencerun Bradford County. Florida and hai
can accomplish something, of course; March 10, 1938, for various items Florida: In t'haarrry.. East 210 feet TO A POINT ing a general circulation in said
but how much more can be done' by a group of Among other things, the. rain "Pon't Go Near the Water," a of sacks rags and clippings. P.id J. M. EDWARDS and LUCILLE C. OF BEGINNING. thence run East County.
trill for and clip- his wife, 367 feet, thence run North 1 degree WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
be sacks EDWARDS
merchants acting together.: EachV J benefits r not. prevented, berl'fgrow rs from comical story about Navy life, pings where and as rags is, subject to Plaintiffs, East 201 feet to South line said Circuit Court of Bradford
only from"his efforts getting their mulch on the plants, comes to the Florida a Theatre Sunday inspection prior to bidding. Bids of right of way of State Road County. Florida, and the seal hf
own but from the combined vs. Bradford \ .
100. thence run !West! along said said Court at
be bid forms which be
and here it is the first week of must on may
effort of the group as.a .whole secured from the office of the Business South line 370 feet thence run rouniy. Flm-ida, on the lath Uy ol
March. All of.which further compiicatea' Eva Gabor, Anne Francis, and Manager, Florida State Prison et al. South 1 degree 'East 196 feet to February A.D. 1953.

Starke.has many natural advantages as a,.trad the berry situation, forth Italian star, Gia Scala.in featured Raiford. Florida. 2/21 2t28 Defendants.NOTICE TO DEFEND: XW Point 4 of of SEi Beginning I'4 of: Sec., being 29. Twp.in (CIRCUIT CHARLES COURT, A. SEAL DARBY)

ing'center.. Good roads 'lead into it; ,irorai all question now is. can growers roles. I. The Name of the State of FloridaTo 6 S.. R. 22 E.. 'containing 1.69 Clerk of Circuit Court of
NOTICE TO APPEABIn James Rodman Strutb, a minor ,
acres more or : Bradford County
directions. It has good stores with quality'mer- here afford the expenSe and delay Adapted from a best-selling Circuit Court Bradford County, now residing at Young Harris College GREETINGS: You are hereby Hollis Y. Knight, Attorney for
chandise and competitive prices. Its whh mulching will cause in pro- novel of the tells Flnrldu: l. Chanrerr.Mable Young Harris, Georgie: Florida Railroad notified that a suit in equity has Plaintiff8-
merchants: same name, it Ruth Prater, Plaintiff, "1. Company now known Atlantic been brought against you and each ::ZO +t mi
are friendly, cooperative, and progressive. If duction? S *. the story of members of a U. S.Navy ,

anything has been, lacking before; to enable the public relations section

town to realize its full potential: as- a. trading over W.at H.'Worthington Hayes who Springs now ,lives tcld based on a beautiful tropical 's- I II IIi
land during World War II. The "
center it has been the lack of concerted SUPERRIGHTWESTERN
planning us about-'a< fine two-year-old
and effort in! this direction. The natural, advan purebred Hereford''steer which he island is a stopping-off place for. M

tages'are there -. it is only the ful1'development ''and: his father-in-law Everett junketing congressmen, tempera.
mental correspondents, and assorted
of- these advantages that has b Crawford sold recently. He said -
en lacking ;
; VIP's. The public relations i
Now that{ a' start, has been made. in,this direction If weighed, 1.106.Ibs; and brought men, armed only with, typewriters LOINS''I '
$276 at the market: The steer had
we 'cain,, look forward to i the application of been fed for 100 days. and vivid imaginations,. tell PORK

that one very .necessary ,factor --- cooperative .. .?. the world about the-Navy but -

effort >..:... 'the one- ingredient;! without which all. Prospects for field seeds are not don't go near the water.

others are seriously handicapped: ,very good, according to Zedra INFANT FUTCH

Hamilton, whom. we talked to I
L' a. over at'Brooker this'week. By the Services were held Monday

-- Crosby' Lake Cemetery, for the '
F/ R-edT; McDavid, the da'farmer'who'struck 10 to 12- Ib
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack C
it ';rich down -
; S. Futch of Starke. Father John
Pompano Beach, and has now LO
returned to this' section. Skeehan of St. Edward's Churchwas Silverbrook Print AverageHalf

the officiating minister and
Several months agp( we received.\with ptide. he .e. arrangements were in charge of
Talked with Earl Green out at or Whole"SuperRight"
announcement1 that our Bradford' County, Hospit \ DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.
''Brooker way.who said the farmers BUTTERpound
al' had '
been Certificate
awarded a C of- Accreditation :
are- 'putting in ai; pretty good
placing it on par. with :other' top-ranking planting I 'cf Irish potatoes this WANTED Clean Cotton Rags,

hospitals, in the nation.It season. Saw several plantings, but! No Pants, No Shirts, Must Be ; Smoked

is likely, however, that few ofus realized none of themup, yet. Clean. Bradford County Tele- 69c

the full' significance this honor "which graph._ I IJ
is held by'y; only two' ; other 25-bed hospitals, of '' Unless a lot of .pepper plant !. The flrruit Court Of The EI hlhludid,1 SLICED DRIED BEEF 4 oz pkg 29c
the 'beds around here produce betterthan Tin-nit Of Florida In Aad .
sametyRe the
country. it now seems likely, there i is For Bradford ('.auty. IB Chancery. .

The. .certificate- is issued by ,the Joint Com going to-be a big scramble to get t IN Re Case Adoption Xo. 12 of-+;97 DONALD'

mittee of Accreditation; Hospitals, made up' of plants. Hear that there are very BERT WARREN.ROBERTSON!: and MELVIN A&P Cream Style "

., members from the American ',College of Physicians few of them available down around ChiKren. By ROBERTSON: RUSSELL JR.r ALBERT Minor 'Super.RieM"Western Extra Lean

-the> American: Hospital l Association, 'th f.= Plant .City' .,area.. EBERLE ORDER,'OK Their'I'lBMCATION Step-Father. -AND

American-'GoHegeot(hc: l Association(> and-, the. American The welcome' warm-up in the PO: Melvin NOTICE Warren'Robertllon TO DEFEND Sr. CORNllbcans77c PORK CHOPS Center Cut lb. 59c!

Burgeons.'Purpose weather not only feels good to aof ll Clark Boarding House, Bainbridge,

of the' plan) .is to assure the hospital us", but it promises some relief Georgia.You are hereby notified that a

patient safe, adequate, and ethical care, as. velLas to the stockmen who have had'to petition, has been. filed ill the above ? }
styled court RusstU -
by Albert Eberle
to'aid the physician. and'surgeon. in his treatmentof layout a lot of money for feed for the adoption of Donald Bert Allgood Sliced
patients. -- this: winter... Although theweren't re Robertson and'Melvin Warren Robert-. A .

'To be accredited, a hospital,must have been. in the too'record-breaking.many cattle lost cold,during we son.tioner children Jr.and,; minor Russell step-father''children Albert of; by'he'Eberle said 'minor, peti-and BREAKFAST BACON" Ib :1 S9 c

operation at. least 14, months and, must request a heard of more in the' last few you are hereby summoned, 'ordered, .
and squired to file your answer or .
survey. Detailed forms must be filled put ,giving weeks, and if the cold had continued defense to the petition In said cause lona Bartlett : ',' -
a broad picture of, the operation 'in general; there'is little* doubt but in the office of the undersigned clerk, ,
of said ,
court at Starke Bradford
including .personnel;, equipment,, and :'methods. that the' loss would have been County }Florida on' or ,before the
high. 2xth day of,March. 1958. and to- serve GOLDEN RIPE
When .Jh'e} e facfs i haye been reviewed PEARS.
by the S e a copy thereof on Theron A. Yawn/ ,
committeea'trained.medical; who Jr.. petitioners attorney whose' address _
man', serves as Had a nice visit with Mr. and is: Pct; Office Drawer 791,
fact finder .and advisor, is sent to the ,hospital. Mrs. L. T. Dyer of Lake Butler Starke Florida, 'on or before said date

,The facility is judged on its: past performance, last week: He was, as many farmers and said to date show,' why cause said petition on or should before = can BANANAS 2 LBS FOR 19C

as' well as'.the, ,physical, plant; which' is examined will remember, county agentof pot be granted all as required by .29o 27c
the Laws of Florida and the FloridaRules
for safety and the welfare of the patient. ''Every Bradford County on two differ'epf"occasions. of Civil Procedure. If" you
phase of the:"institution' in for .'Mr. Dyer is 'very fail.to do so a Decree Pro Confess II
comes; thorough
will be entered against you for the ,
busy man'now with his bees
scrutiny. anda relief demanded in the petition. '
V number of other activities including This, notice-shall be published once ,
offered The ,kitchen must ;;including' inspection.its staff and the diet a small. herd. .S-of fine" cows., Fro pass
.,- .-.. .._ -,.-
It is required that an adequate and properly After hearing him tell of his
trained' nursing' staff be worst' experience with bees, when ,
on duty so that: registered MONEY
graduate nurse is available for all,patients he are was not attacked about to by go a into swarm the,bee we I for
atall times.., t6; 23c
business; ,, even if honey'' is very For EasterMONEY .

Only, : Florida-licensed members of. the I Medical'' good to eat. ,

Association. ,may practice i in the hospital, and e 2 90z pkgs 27c .. '

they In tooting around the I
responsible; to the governing( :: body,. t?' county
the 'staff,.'as''well as to. the patient 'During an this week:;we suddenly! got a.gtx oda A&P '

operation, .two'doctors must be present- in; the, concrete idea of what a blessing' the III '. To Consolidate Bills 1 C'
are the Nand
over ew>
opiating m, and a sample of. any tissue removed Santa' Fe rivers. As we sa1[ edamMONEY,

(must, be L examined' by.: the, staff pathologist over theswollen; streams we- A&P &

presently Dr. Carl' Wells of r Jacksonville.' agined' what it must have Apple Sauce ils27c

Duplicate."reports: the. liked'in the old RROrS
findings go to the',Tis, days; when fordIng I-

suet Committee, of the. Medical! Association, for, one of the rivers [even' Has:- For Medical BillsMONEY

review, as',.well'as to the" surgeon and to the hospitaL -. there was a.wooden bridge it w

'JC '
U The Ce.tr JBdkr'ii i CMrt Of
To pass the survey, the hospital must. have Bradford c..t, .Florid '1l0ozpkgs25CHappyKida .

>sat isfactory.i medical records drug room, clinical. IV HE!. :Probate Estate of EDWARD' JOH X. For No. 5 Jar

radi6ogi! < aiulfpathological services and library.. WHELAN. alia. known as EDWARD ; 51c
J. WHELA.V. Deceased. Home J Improvements
Even the'fattendance; ,of the trustees:at meet-, NOTICE TO+ CREDITORS
ings is inv All creditors of the estate-of' .
ted"arid diagnostic and clinical' facil ward John Whelan. deceased 1re ,
ities must meetthestandard.. hereby potified and required to
file any claim or demands which MONEY Heinz Fancy 14 oZI bottle A&P I

With. aU.jpf*.the requirements., met in-:: order to they lnthe, may,.,office have against said est ass .,_
of the
obtain' the, Certificate- of Accreditation, 'thepa. of Bradford County Florida County in Judge the For Boats & l',1otorsMOIEY KETCHUP 27C

lent+ is sured::that;some'of' the .questionable c."ourtJaoun.at In eight calendar.months:Starke Florida from; withr. the FRUIT I COCKTAIL 16 I oz Call 21 I C
practicesCread dat.crf the first
about fpopulaci magazines.,suchas .tiee.' Kath; claim publication or demand of,N this"B st : Beechnut Strained ,6; FOR ,
-operationscannot-happen:in Bradford i U& in. writing and: must slate the ,

County-HospitalIt's a nice thing to know,. addrtgg>>lac. or of reaideac, the clainjant and ,post and:office>a usthit : .1 BABY FOOD S9cAim II

: ';/. 'tBIG b*, sweR ,t* by the claimant: For Auto Repairs Page Fancy Elbow
a: avo&,or hla attorney or It-will I bs.

.DV .NrAGE'Eitor- ,C. S- Lecky ot /come./. EVELYN void according E. WHELAX to law., .
the Unjgri CountyTimes thinks, that Admini.-tratrlx with Will Ann Detergent lib Packages
; one pf- the 35cI
!- ed of the Estate of Edward otioans'u to | 2 -
nicest! things! 'about-color* .television j is, that you, Hollis Whelan V. deceased WISK quart .
can If Knight Attorney for Ad
see, candidate is blushing when he make ministratrix. '

those campaign. promises.SPEgD First publication February z7 $600
1551:7, ..t 3/i
---' Jane Parker Iced
\ 1. .
AN'D,THE' GAS- GAUGBJ: ,At a steady Bradford Till' :f..T Ce.RtT I.dp', }'.rltl.. fe.rt. Of l SPRY 3 it tin 95C

44'mphygur'gasmileage, will drop 1Q. cent In, ProbateIX 20-ozbar
per UK: Instate of SPANISH BAR CAKE 29c
from 'wjiat 1. 'you would .get at 30. At 60, it will EDWARD JOHN WHELAK. also' :
known as EDWARD ,J. .'. olks Find Us Friendly1COMPANY
drpp 'XIJEL.Dtot.'l'a4rl \ \
; .
; approximately 3Q. ,per cent; at 80;, 50 percent :Sunshine KrispyCRACKERS '
: And consider this: You 1 :NOTICE or FKOBATK
can save one gal

lon oftga*out f.eYeryfour by driving at, 50'rnph' 'IX TO' THE Aid PERSONS ESTATE OF INTERESTED SAID DE- LOfWANCE, lb 25

insteadvdf ' 1 ..J t hereby notified thatwritten a.

: .TTT .. the"- Lat inxtrnnwnt Will 'antl Testament purporting of to said>be Laundry BleachCLOROX PRUNE quart Zap
N t.. -, 4 ':'evedent has bren admitted to JUICE L
THE trRAWOR y bate in this'Court.. You Pro.by
: are qt Iii
aCouninr'TEI &1lH1 19Ifed -
'!. '''' '' ",. GRJ ronmiandrd within biz calendar 114. N. Walnut St.,
: I.'EST".U1S numibs .frmu -the date of the firstpublication

:; of this, notkto appear ((3 Doors from Post Office)
f$'>U KII>.VM>I/tItT. WJKKKLT SEWS- in this Court n.1-show>aue, if any, Heart CAN
whY' tM..a >tun <'f this Court in admitting ,
r..t ,1NlK; : : f'nl,!it".J fu .TI\OLSJ.Y said .Will to iuv bate, all o u Ud Phones 580. and 581 a' 412 Call,tlStarke Street'
..' not stand unrevcked.First DOG FOOD I"
fIo r't .t\f.,71Xd4JdF1AtTIFEAu.;. : Pu Jii.-atk.n. February !!T, Mrs Marguerite Hall FloridaI

r.ihri(1;.. ( ...,:.,:...':a.'-.f.I4.: ; .u ...;...CUM..lUtterM ISiS-(COU.NTr 'JL'DOE-S COl'RT, SEAL). Manager "

.t.p: tn;.-';i.Mari,.:'Bia..dec'.1r1: :I r. a."1Mf" TtIt:RON A. YAW.N *, t e.r# .

jCOUKTY. JUDfjE -, -- .-
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es. Prunes cook easily. When you 'YY. YY YY. the weekend with his parents. Mr.I advantages and why should -we SEMESTER HONOR ROLL

have a cold drink tomato Juice and Mrs. Harold Eunice and Out not go about it at once? No bet-
or citrus juice and water The following Honor Roll Is
LAWTEY grandmother, Mrs. Selma Eunice. ter time than the present.
STRAWBERRY PIE: stem 1 Landon ,Griffis of Jacksonville ;based on semester averages at
1-2 quarts strawberries, one cup visited his 01 "Little towns south of us with j Bradford High School:
parents Mr. Mrs.
Ay MM. Joyce T. FmcllAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAA&.A. one third our population and! Grade
1-2 ,12th
sugar cup water 1-2 tablespoons Levin Griffis on Sunday.
cornstarch, and 1 of but- Mr.and Mrs. Donald: Green and ThePast financial and ability are getting out} Pat Alvarez*. Wilbur Barry Vir-
circulating neatly and artistically A
butter. cf ginia Darby I ], Tommy Dyal
son Jacksonville
Crush 2 cups of berries, add Stork Shower with the Bill Green spent Sunday gotten up pamphlets. .'Betty Farkas, Rosine'Flakes< ,Gerry
POHCA, NEBL water, cornstarch, butter and a Mrs. Allen Carter 'was the Rev D. family. Let our merchants, businessmenand (; Gibson [Al. Beverly Green. Pat
L. Griffis
of Macclennywill
bit of red coloring. Bring to inspiration for a lovely Stork in fact, everyone who is interested Hobbs. Charles osborne, Burge
Wherein the icy winter days Whoopee! With Spring comingand and cook 2 min. Fill a baked boils pie given by Mrs. H. C. Harley hold cottage prayer meetingat in our prosperity, come Searing, Mary Starling Glenda
the home
of Mrs. Senie Prevatt
pass and the sun shines bright as Mrs. Edwin forward, call a meeting,
,so many things coming up, shell with the other berries cut in Padgett and Mrs. appointa Underhill Joanne Wait.
Spring. We know the end of win- the leaves come out and the blue half, if large. Pour cooked filling G. L. Kersey at the home of Mrs.A. next Sunday at 3 o'clock. (From the early issues of the committee solicit funds suf- llth Grade
ter is near. H. Mrs. Lois: Carter and ,sons of Telegraph we have chosen some ficient to get up an attractive
grass on the lawn is getting green.I over berries and chill. Serve with Harley Sr.. on Friday even- Barbara Bates. Terry Futch.
The singing heart finds beauty can hardly wait to see if all the cream; whipped if desired. ing. After the playing ,of several Jacksonville the Howard spent Sunday with items of amusing incidents, his- pamphlet for distributing. Place Linda Gaskins, jchn Green Ter

everywhere tulip, bulbs I put out last fall I have my Bible now that has games and the opening of many Normans. torical facts and bits of wisdom. them on all railroads and steam- rell Green, Charlene Hardy. Jim
In sparrows huddled on the un come up. I he, Apocrypha in it. Those are useful gifts. delicious refreshmentswere Horace Redding and family of The following advice is from a boats, and, in fact any and every- Hobbs. Helen Kelly. Judy Kelly

sunned snow, I have my garden seeds and two the 14 books left out of our Bible. served to the ''following Jacksonville had dinner with the letter published by the Telegraphon where they will do the most good, [A], Brenda Martin Mary Agnes

When bright winged birds have quarts of onion sets. The rest, of i I: have just begun to read it. I guests: Mesdames Troy Bennett Louin:Mr and Reddings ,on Sunday. Jan. ,8,18871"There's ]. and let me tell you fellow citizensof Matthews, Mara Ann Payne,
sought the warmer air the bulbs and plants will arriveat know in there somewhere it says :L. P. Rafuse, R. L. Smith, R. L. ,Mrs. Gasqueof a want of enterprise Starke, if you will do this do Elizabeth Prevatt Franklin Rltch

Of southern haunts where I; planting time. to pray for the dead. I have been Bradley J. J. Smith. Sam Hicks Ann Jacksonville visited Mrs. Georgia among our businessmen and a it at once and do it well. It will Bennie Williams Bubba LaMee.

sharp winds never blow. I This last week Don and I both praying for those who had tragic O. J. Anders, Mae Wells, Martha Sapp on Sunday. general apathy pervading the be the ,means of inaugurating a 10th Grade
Miss ,Authurine of
The singing heart finds joy in: had a cold. First Don took it as deaths. Now I plan to pray for Bales Charley Bowen Charles ,Blanchard entire community. Money is boom in your town and community Gary Chance. Dorlores Clover-

simple things, he delivered bottle gas in the awful -i old and young. "God forgive themof Lang Elmer Carter Ed Carter, Jacksonville with her sister spent Miss the Enza weekend Blanch- scarce. which will return you a hun settle, John Deal, Larry Elder

In potted plants upon a kitchen zero weather. I doctored him I all sins and receive them ,into Carl Griffis Paul Bennett Farley ard. "Usually at this season our dredfold"S. Virginia Erwin, Hank Graham
sill' up with 4-way cold tablets, which Glory." As I work I shall feel Austin James Waters, L. S. Tanner streets are graced by hordes of Hilda Jackson Frieda Kimbler,
Mr. and Mrs.
That sheltered, catch the warm may have helped some. Then much better and I feel it will do Bill Zack. Arnold Valenti Lee Green were in tourists, invalids and pleasure Among the advertisers in this Judy Leseuer, Flora Slade, Sara

I gold morning brings after five days'I began to sneeze.I good. God help us all. [Nick Pope A.' H. Harley Sr. little Middleburg on Friday to get their seekers. seeking recuperation same issue were the following: Jo Sprow, Ginger Thornton Har-

While garden blooms are wall- did not think I was going to This is the season of Lent now Charles Shaeffer, and Misses granddaughter Ruth ,Green pleasure and health in this sunny two tinsmiths one livery stable, old Tyus Mary K. Wainwright.9th .
I ed in winter's chill. catch it but did. I do not believeI and a time to take an invoice of I Mary and Abbie Harley.Mr. Mrs.to spend the weekend with them. clime of ours. This universal one dentist, four doctors, two Grade
Effie Green for
L. S, F. had it as bad as Don, for I have ourselves. To ask God to forgiveus and Mrs. Herman Thomasof her Mae came sanitarium this refuge from the drug stores, six drygoods stores Linda Cox. Dave Long. Anne

I We have had below zero every stayed in the house pretty close. and rededicate our lives to Heilbronn were Sunday guestsof Mr.daughter and on Sunday. bleak wind and frozen lakes and two tin smiths, one livery stable, Matthews, Dottie Faye Mercer,

night for over'two weeks. However Don had 'an ambulance call_ at 3 His service and glory. I have Mr. and Mrs. James Wain had Mrs.,, Arthur Pearce 'rivers of the North. Why are they and four general stores. Sara Osborne, Patricia Ann Harper -

I the weather now is windy a. m. when it was 15 degrees below found this business of caring for wright and Buddy,Thomas.. Gay as Martin Sunday of guests the. Miss Betty of not here as usual? WE HAVE NO .5. Thomas Judd Margaret

and mild. The snow is almost zero. Some teenager had an the dead and living over'a mortu- Mr. and Mrs. L. R., Green and Miss University of ENTERPRISE We allow any and Advertisement by J, L Gas- Douglas. Betty Salmon Terry
gone and everyone is looking for- auto wreck, so that made his cold ary about makes a minister out daughters were business visitorsto Florida Sapp every little town market or ham- kins: Notice. Farmers, vegetable, Walters. a.lilt'
and MId
Bobo Clark of
ward to Spring. The robins are worse. He is at the store now. of a mortician. One is so face to Perry on Wednesday. Hialeah; let in the State with not half cur orange, fruit growers and all 8th Grade

hopping about on the lawn and Soon Digger and I will take a face with death and reality. We Mrs. Bennett Wilkison an L ami.Mr. ,natural advantages to get aheadof others in want of the very best Barbara Blankenship, Joalyce
and Mrs. Leonard Harris
that is a good sign most of the walk and we might go by to see see things as not very many others daughter. Miss Gloria returned and' us. In short we don't adver fertilizer will please take notice Graham Mary Ann Long. Carolyn

winter cold is over.I him.This do. It touches our hearts and from Jacksonville to their home daughter of Jacksonville tise. that they can be supplied with all Pellum. Joann Reddish. Sandra
finished my Quilt, put a border time of year I do have a you want to pray and pray to tell here this weekend. Sunday guestsof stopped by to see Mr. and Mrs. D. "This is an age of progress and the cotton seed they want by applying Solana, Betty Lou Wainwright,
around the edge, and have little time to read when I rest at people. '"Be prepared, for death the Wilkisons were Mr. and B. Thomas and family as they to bring anything into notice it early at my gin. Have in John Fuquay. George Osborne,

put it away. I want to clean the noon and before I go to sleep a t is coming sure and do not delay.'" Mrs. Joe Napier and daughter and were' enroute from Alabany, Ga. must be advertised. We have the your orders before I commence Franklin Starling.7th .

attic this week and perhaps the night. I am reading "Fair Oaks". Your heart aches for the bereaved Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Wilkisonand to their home in Jacksonville. advantage here, superior in many shipping to Fernandina and secure Grade

linen closet I have been reading I- like to read all the new books and when dear friends lie still in sons of Jacksonville. Mr, and Mrs. F. S. Campbellwere respects, to any point in the State, what you want. Arlen Bias. Sally Ann Epperson

I book, "View From the Hill," and enjoy most of them. death we just must pray. "God. Mr. and Mrs Leon Starling and and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. but who knows it outside of our S. [Al), Patsy Fcrsythe, Harriet

and the author,advises whistlingto HELPFUL HINTS: When forgive them." family of Jacksonville: and the Mrs. S. P. Williamson in own very circumscribed community The Starke Institute ran this Goodman Jack McComb. James

strengthen the muscles of the brown sugar gets hard and solid, Be thankful for life and family Steve Starling family helped little Gainesville.Mrs. or who is likely to know it? ad: G. C. Looney, AM. Principal. Wens Lynn White, Edythe Arm-
lips so in old age the mouth does place a piece of raw apple in the and friends. Be kind and love Darrell Billiard celebrate his Wiley Smith and familyof Do you imagine what some stray Primary Department Tuition $2 strong

not droop at the corners. No box and close up. The sugar will with all your heart. birthday anniversary with a din Jacksonville spent Saturday visitor with more money than per month; Preparatory Department -

doubt that would help. Mine has get moist and soft. Prunes are so The singing heart is only stilled ner on Sunday by'his parents Mr. and Sunday with the Nathan brains will happen along see our Tuition $3 per month: Col- Recent BirthMr.

always been a .singing heart as good this time,of year. I remove by grief and Mrs. Luther Hilliard. Starlings. many advantages and advertise legiate Studies each and $4;
and Mrs. Albert R. Simp-
the poem above describes. Now the pits and stuff with cream That restless men must stir up :Mr.and *Mrs. Marklee Padgettand The J. C. Prevatt, family of them to the world for us? If so Music. 10 lessons, $4; Art, 10 les- son of El Peso, Texas announcethe

)I( shall have' to add a whistle too. cheese and serve on lettuce leav- hate and strife. famil of Clay Hill visited the Ocala were Sunday evening supper you are sadly mistaken. sons, $3, no incidental fees. birth ,of a son David ,Albert,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Theodore Crews "We are the ones to be bene-
And by the sword reject the family on Sun Prevatt. The Primary Department includes on Feb. 19. Mrs. Simpson is the

sweet belief, day.Mr. Mrand Mrs. fitted by an influx of visitors, Spelling, Reading, Writing, former Sylvia Morse daughter of
Joe Shuford
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? That love should be the ruling and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and and purchasers and investors in the Arithmetic, Grammar, and Geography Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse, former
family of St. the
Augustine I
force of life.I Mrs. Jesse Smith were in Lake spent various enterprises which go to Starke residents.
weekend with Mrs. John
City on Sunday afternoon for a make a prosperous communityand
had letter from Florida
a a .
The difference in price between today's prescriptions sweet letter, and she began it visit with Mr. Jesse Smith'who is and Dave. we are the ones who must

and those of 20 years ago can easily be figured. The Dear Mother Lura. She loves me a patient in the Veterans Hospital Mr. and Mrs Glenn Shuford bring to the notice, and keep it Mary Carter Says:

difference is measured in dimes sometimes even in as a daughter. I hope many of Randolph Carter spent the and son and Mrs. Sam Hicks had there of Capitalists our superior
as weekend guests Mr; and Mrs.
dollars.) But how can we measure the difference in results you who read this feel the same, weekend in Jacksonville with Mr. Floyd Martin and son of Daytona. Maxville, at the Long Branch PAINT NOW FOR HALF PRICE
and Nick
? Surely,, no value can possibly be put on a life so shall say. Pope and daughter.Mrs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Church on Sunday were Mr. and ,
Willie Dobbs
saved by a miracle drug that didn't exist 20 years ago! God bless LOVE you every Mother one Lura. husband with a party surprised on her his Edward Beebe were Mrs.Jane Mrs. O. J. Anders, Mrs. Selma only 4.98 per gal.EVERY 2Nn FREE
Arnold Eunice Mrs. Brad Norton and
birthday anniversary and family and Miss UP GAL.
TODA Y'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST on Friday Woodrowine Houston of Jackson children Mrs. Hattie Darley, Mrs.

BARGAIN IN HISTORY -.;. evening.'Guests Mrs. Ernest Hewett included and Mr.son and of r ville. Buster Bennett, J. S. Eunice, Mrs. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

Hubert Waldron of Miami visit- Joyce Flitch and Miss Elizabeth
LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION bert Tallahassee Carradine.Mr.and and Mr.Mrs.and Rem Mrs. ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Terry, and the Leonard Prevatt, 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6.7588

Artie'Dobbs. Waldon on Sunday. His brother .family.

FLYNN'S DRUG STORE J I Mr. and Mrs.,Jim,Mitchell and for, Hillman visit. went home with him
'- Sal S1D1IiiSOU family of Jacksonville visited Mr.
220 N. Temple Phone 79 >r and Mrs..Milo, Smith on Sunday, The W. J. Greens visited, Mrs. p
R. M. Carver in Live Oak --'--
Mrs. Tom Casey and daughterand onWednesday. '
Conservation On Saturday they THE NEW XV
Mrs. Fred Moore were in .
visited Mrs. Mattie
Green in Jack-
Gainesville on Wednesday for a
N-E-W-S visit with Mr. and Mrs. Billy To- sonville. .
Mr., and Mrs. O. J., Boyette of Smith-Corona r
By Bin Baas rode and son. ;

LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS Boll ,Conservation service The 4-H Rally Day which was Valdosta the Ed spent the weekend with .' ,<
Durban family.' )
held at U. S. O. in Starke on Sat
urday was attended by 15 girls Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson had as -.:.. E .
Now Serving Starke from the Lawtey Junior High Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Griffis, and'' Mr. and Mrs. Manus
Charles H. Young Soil Scientist
with the Soil Conservation Service Mr. and Mrs. V. D..' Dickinsonand Griffis of Palatka. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER

Cooking and Heating 7.50 Per Tank prepared, soil,and capability family and Mrs. R. J. Corn Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and _
daughter'and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. .t'
Cooking (only) 8.00 Per Tank maps for Clyde Cone D. H. wall and family of Jacksonville Bennett of ,Jacksonville visited Give this exciting new electric s
Smith, W. D. Gaskins, G. P, Shu- visited Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wil- .
ford and J. D. Gaskins. kerson on Saturday. Mrs. Alice Green and family on ,appliance. Perfect for all the

PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6.4351 These maps will be used as the Miss Gloria-Anderson spent the' Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. 1 family, the Smith-Corona Elecgrl'c -..
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. R, William Pringle
base of complete soil and water Portable typewriter.; .
and ,
Barratt and family at the State; daughter of Green Cove
No Charge For InstallationJoe servation conservation Service plans.in The its Soil efforts Con-to Parm. Springs spent'Sunday 'with, the
'' Arthur Reddings. $197.50 Bills
help the small farmers with theirsoil Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Carltonand Erlie Padgett visited James tax .
family of Jacksonville wereSunday
Shaw problems has developed a guests of the Frank Cruce Douglas, who had been in an

method placing the of classifying different soil land types and family. automobile accident, in St. Lukes Low Down Payment and Terms To Suit Your Convenience

Hospital on, Saturday.A. .
Mrs. Viola Griffis of FortPierce
in land
capability classes. With
I a .'
C. Kirkland
spent Saturday
visiting Mrs. Daphine
soil and capability map of a farm Griffis and family. night with his cousin, Buddy OTHER SMITH CORONA PORTABLE MODELS

we are able to plan the use of Kirkland in Starke. J. 'B. Kirk-
tribute toa
perfect Jimmy Eunice of Middle
each acre of land within its Geort land Skywriter Clipper Sterling Silent
capability gia College, Cochran. Ga., and family and Mr and Mrs. Super
cherished memory and treat each acre of Carmel Copeland and family
r land in accordance with its needsfor the installation and certificationof brought him home on Sunday. 74.50 99.50 114.50 134.50

Every funeral that we con- i IL{....... protection and improvement. performance lay out work Davis and Curtis Johns and Mr.
duct is a source of sustaining i With this method of planning a has been completed on the farmsof and Mrs. Levy Griffis visited Mrs. Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax

farm the owner will have a com Frank Norman and Morris Madie Barton in Macclenny on No Down
solace and spiritual inspiration --- Payment --- Dollar Per Week
Y plete outline of his farm. Also he Carter. Both Frank and Morrisare Sunday. ---

to the family. t will be able to plan his farm program going to install ditches and Mrs. Ollie Pick and daughter

each year so that he will be do land shaping. spent from Thursday until Sun-
Hundreds of details are managed and economically .
improving his land. S. day with
Mr: and Mrs. Ernest
attended to that only a trained and careful N. G. Hayes of Brooker has already Russell in Tampa.

organization can perform when the urgent need The Soil Conservation Serviceis completed a job of land Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Griffis and Sensational Offer! BAt DmTmmlJ&

for serving is at hand.De'WITT cooperating with the A. Con P. shaping on one,part of his farm. Marion GriffiS of Jacksonville !

the technical phases of per The practice, shaping, or land visited the Mann Griffis family on
C. JONES manent type practices, such as grading to permit effective surface Saturday.Mr. .

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE ditches, water control structures, ,drainage, is appliable only on and Mrs.Quincy Rosier
PHONE- and land shaping. On these practices farmland where a need for shaping were in Jacksonville on Friday to $ ... The New 1957 '

7 the Soil Conservation Serviceis bedding,,or grading, exist in see Walter Sapp, who is a patientin 1 the
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and accept responsible for finding that the order to provide more effective the hospital there. new ,. SMITHCORONAPACEMAKER

ANY life insurance policy in force, &issued by ANY 'company, as practice is needed and practicableon drainage. This practice will help Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson FRenilngton

payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation the farm, necessary, site selection folks that have spots in their: and sons of Gainesville spent Rand .

carries no obligation preliminary work and layout fields, which stay too' wet to doa Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Troy

of the practice, supervising of, good job of cultivation. Bennett. ,.
Mr.and Mrs. Obed Pauley and 4 t 1 ?ftiahb AIADDMACHINEJ

Mrs. R. H. Futch spent the week- }

end with the Colvin'family in \
Lennox Ga.'

BANK by Mail Mr. and Mrs.. James Starling "' ""
: T'
= and the
Josie Starling family
: visited Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbsin t ,

and ScnrcTTiine & ';;> : Jacksonville on Thursday even- *il J, _
oJ, ing. Friends of Mrs. Dobbs will be jcj no money! down
\. r happy to learn that she is much \ r- RegvTar1Y
r; -J "" &
l ();, buy i rv -
<' {-- "" <' improved after a recent operation. '

,For the utmost in convenience. bank by Mail! No parking problems r ..... .{.'iv-. ,.>.. Danny Phillips spent the week- Uleeasy war-anti Rand $17950 ".. w
no traffic problems ? no steps or time wasted. You just .t end in Waldo with his brother. clefts rtatd; Remington
\\ fr rota, ; Deferred Paymeat Plan!
:drop your deposit in the mail box nearest your home .:. and your -Ir ', Coleman and Mrs. Phillips, : NOW OWLY
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and
.banking chores'are done. Open your account today at the Florida

Bank at Starke where you will find every worthwhile banking ser- t family of Wildwood were weekend j! CQ.50 plus tax;
guests of the Fred Moores. Pay tiks rant-
vice and bank mail with confidence.FLORIDA .
by { Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markhamand
own your machine -._..... .
family: of Gainesville visited -- ruD-Sfu. Pie-tales

Mr. and Mrs D. W.' Starling.ooSunday. Office Typewriter_

., Macfe ADd BcW W '
Bank Deepest sympathy of the Com
munity is extended to Mrs Bar- Bradford County Telegraph I 1'i?

old Eunice and all the other rela
C 51 OlTlC
s Generous TadebIJ
tives of the late Mrs: Ada Godwin
One of 28 Banks in the Florida .. .
of Maxville. OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMEN- Allowance For In
Oid! Typewriter
National GroupMEMBER t Mrs. C. 'E, Strickland, 'Gain-

esvOle was the Thursday overnight i Phone 29 Starke Fla. SEE'1R'I-

guest'of her: sister, Miss
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Ef te ain. Bridge.? Names; Delegates Enjoy Rally Day Must Share Load,. Deadline, Today To Be Organized

ii Club Members St. Edward's, Altar; Society met' At USQ Saturday Rotarians. ,.-, I ToldThe Deadline for signing land into Monday, Night

Tuesday:: .evening in the ,CathoIi the Tobacco Acreage Reserve: is
Mrs. R Mrs.'Q.L. in the Bradford County
J. Wainwright. 4-H 'and : importance of "knowing : Adults
100 girls parents
with, the 'president! MrS: Over Friday, March 7. Bradford coun-
Hall' ( !
Haynes.. Jr.. .and.! Mrs.) H. H. Henry" Stefanelli" pjid Uni. from clubs in theCQUnty. attend what'your, child: ,does efter'schoOl"l, j ty has been allotted: $47,387.59with are interested in mechanical
Adams Y.! ebotesse3tothe Wed-. the 4-H Rally held in the USO was stressed by Rev.. ) a course' beginning
ed ,
.. 1ciiei delegated ,to- I I1q in the
Seyen., were 274.89 apres programfor reading, and
Gladys; Mojoty nesday morning! ; Bridge club .at : last Sat rda :Fun 'and play was a talk'before the Rotary Club drawjng. blue-print
_: attejnd the'; St, 'Augustine.Dean;, 1958., So.far 71 farz\1eJS'haY invited to attendan
hom !
.. Qf theIattr .E."Cal : sketching, are
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the of the which mark IW
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meeting to be.. held : I 184.01 in the
ery Jacifsonville put acre reserve at 7
meeting R
street.Wednesday,of last iek. the National Thee speaker said that. matter organizational >
'f e4..te beginning: pi I no., '
Youth New Members Wpman's; program for a total of 4602484. the
Program Join in
March 10,
The Monday,
hostesses :how a'teacher m.
uspd.yellow narcissi 4-H..Club Week, Match 1-8. i hard! tries to
12, A pancak .ah'd aus g iuppewaaplnuedfor f' In 1957 there were 177.1 acres
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] of the.
southeast wing [rear
At Woman's Club Junior Woman's Club and potte4 plants in ecorat- The-, varied: program included influence a child in the right direction I ,
this monthhedate :
: : on 67 farms put in the program building, according to Bill Costello -
ing..After several progressions of and during school hours, 'it'is '
games,, singing relay race I '
Next Wednesday Tuesday .Evening bridge, luncheon ,was served at to be closed announced. '.with ,,.later.: The by.; under! .the I supervision! of Miss I an; uphill fight due' to the de.mqralipng .- with 41616.85 paid out. teacher and local director or

the,thee,tables.. meeting' prayer" Dorothy Ross Horne Demonstration. I influence e. of present- Allocation in the Soil Bank Con- the DCT program.
The Youth Conservation depart Five new member.were received athej Skeehan.. ,
Tfc$; c.lub.: met at the home of .,Agent., and. the _4-H County i day culture in,le.isure hours. servation. Reserve for 1958 which 4 knowledge of these subjects
ment of the Starke Woman's Club into the Junior Woman's, Club Mrs. Marion. McConnell and fakes land used the home-
Mrs. Stuart Beckett. at, KingsleyLake (Council,; I I 4mpng. those: adverse influences crop : for other should be valuable to
will present a on "Our at its meeting in the club house Mrs., Owen Vaughn served ,re- make additions -,
program Thursday morning for bridge Virginia Parrish and Lynn Per- i he included socaUed! "H -She" than allotment crops, out of pro- I own ,r who plans to
Modern Teen Agers" at the March Monday night at,8 o'clock.: t freshments.during.the'sodal 1 hour. well as _
: and .luncheon wiUx :Mrs. Fletcher mt;,were :"mistress"of'ceremonies.. :magazines, v.ailable'on ,all newsstands : duction'has a total of $1880.30 assigned and alterations as
meeting next Wednesday at 3:30 Following the opening devotional to the county. So far to those whose employment re-.
Burnett of Gainesville as hostess: Mary Norman*gave.the devotional : immoral paper-back
o'clock In the club house. by. J rs..D. H. Maya Jr., a business Men. Bible Class. !, Linda Cox anciPa'tricia Pellum I i bociks'.crtm ..lacle .' television pro- 315.70 is obligated and paymentson quires such skills Costello stated.

The program, under the direction session ,was 'conducted bY Birthday directed the games.. Marcia Miller :grams,, and suggestive motion one contract made last year
of Mrs. Dave Paulk, chairman Mrs. A. J..Thomas Jr.. president! Parties Enjoys Luncheoja! '
led" the singing Argent -Tomlinscn. pic ures. A constant diet of this for 100.3 acres!! will bring the Social Security
and Mrs. R. R.- Andrews cochairman Plans were,"made for a dinner For Ypung.Honorees- j\Ul .and Linda.Wasdin had charge I'type; of material .is bound to have; total to $1,091.80 for 1958 if _
A. \ Fi>D", was enjoyed .at Date Next Week _
will give* recognition to meeting on April 7 in honor of in the. Gar.de of the dress'revue, and Mary Jane an undesirable, influence on there are no other contracts made.
outstanding ERS students who the four new' members: Mrs. Mrs, George Jr nopn .Tuesday I said.lIe of the mustbe
} Flynnj: enter Restaurant by membersand wives Bjgbam and Ann Galney 1 adchU'ie'of'tJ youthful, minds..Rey. Mabry This part program
)have'- excelled in school, church Charles Meister, Mrs. Paul Hut- taine4'ata A of the Gainesville -
birthday party last of ,the.O.W MQrtigni MQns.Bibe! | / : e talent'show., Joy I recommended 'that the; signed for by April 15 to get representative
ind'comn U ty affairs. Members chins.* Mrs. Jerome Johns, Mrs, : Friday Zrn91MtheL Start' Class of -) arms Memorial Starling and :the Lawtey girls home.,,the. church, and.: the school into the 1958 contracts. Social Security office will be
of the Little' Women's- Club. will George Snell. and ,Mrs. W. E. Nursery:'lc:. her son. Gray,, who Church; 'Penney After: luncheon the.' 55persons' worked in the food booth at noon all "shar the responsibility for I in Starke at the Court Room of _

be honpr guests., Henderson.It celebratirig, ."his. third, anniversary -' attending'enjoyed, intestinES -> and. Suzanne Judd and the Starke turning out; young" citizens who Funeral 1 SaturdayFor the Court House at 9:30: a.m., on
Hostesses for the afternoon will was announced that Thrift .J talk by SupLCarroll girls were hostesses for the oc- .will be morally, physically, and Thursday, March 13, for the purpose

be: Mrs, W. L, Blair, chairman Shop workers for March will be The. youngsters received, I avos Wright arid'.form. r Superintend-! casion.. While many ot'the girls spiritually fit to thee the'chal Melancton Hall of conducting social security _
Mrs.! A. H. Harley Sr., Mrs. G. J. Mrs: Donald okomoor, Mrs. Vernon of party hats, balloons ancj.blowt others. brought their lunches there was lenge of the rocket age. business.

McGriff' Sr.. Mrs. P. T. Nolin, Silcox,'Mrs! Warren Winkler, outs"and'- hali'i!ce cream, cake' ,and e.ht.F..: .O,. Cla fk.. and. food
Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. L. F. Din- and Mrs. J. T. Pollard. candy 'for; refres menta; ,. The Proceeds fromthfoolsale will T. T. Long who had charg of. railroad employee and resi- for social security retirement

kin Mrs. V. V. Hazen Mrs. C. J QL Stanley Noegel! reported on birthday' cake was.'iced in white Floridians.Get be'used for council activities., The lthe. program. dent of Hampton, died Thursday, or survivors benefits, secure

A. Futch, Mrs. Gladys Harrington, the District'4 Junior Day held in and had-., 'gayly"colored, t, decorations -. Larger, Share !council.plans .to send, one girl tQ Feb. 27, in a Tampa hospital. He i social security account numbers,
Mrs Madge McDonald, and Mrs. Jacksonville, last Thursday with ; th leadership 8.P1p at' Me Termite Trouble had been ill for several months. I or get any other social security
Ruby Johns., four members from the local club I Mrs. Flynn: had assisting her.: Of 1 Nation's- Wealth* -. Q e ri1e next"month.. Camp. ; I .I Mr. Hall was born in,Ohio and information are invited to see' the
Mrs Flynn, Sr. Mrs. ft At.Ag Building had made his home in Hampton
attending. an4 Mary Rally Day' is held each year to I representative at the time of his.
Mathis.. Florida's economy, now. planted with his son Leonard A. Hall. -
Tickets to the variety show, '
First WMU "club"member in Laid To Roots visit. ,
Baptist "Conglomerama," were, given to firmly on four legs, has brought bring ? -- 'He was a.member of the Presbyterian -
of''N I
observance ti nal 4-JJ .Club
Luncheon MeetingThe each member present. Mrs. Stanley Dale Johns, celebrated his fifth Floridians an, 'increasing proporrtioa week and mph Siz ''the Health The Courthouse and the Agri- I Church. I

Noegel is serving as ticket birthday anniversary last.Thurs- of the nation's wealth.Tourism "H' of thepledge.Parents. .-- cultural Building are about to get Surviving besides his son, are
First Baptist Church WMU chairman, and the appointment of day ,afternon.'when' \ : ,his moths-. I. manufacturing' and rid of their termites. At the Monday two daughters, Mrs. Mabel May-
lunC;. A.was held Tuesday. .with Mrs. R. G. Patterson, as. chair- Mrs.: Carl Lamar,-.Jc .ns.. entertained traditional sources of Floridians' the andfriends. assisting,' E.L.. meeting of the County. Commission hew of Flint Mich.. and Mrs. Pearl
the president, Mrs. W. B. MundyJr. man of ushers was announced. ,at a party for him.. income, 'have been augmentedin With _P were.Mrs a contract: with Dempsey Pie of Grand Rapids, Mich.
Cox; Mrs W. E Norman !
presiding. Mrs. .F. B. Beard During the social hour, refresh- The eleven youngsters who, the last few years-bya fourth: MrsF.! Sapp of The Florida Pest.Control I Funeral services were held Sat-
the meeting with' Dale occasion of government J.. Pell ,. !iri; .John. C. Green: urday at 11 at the graveside
opened prayer ments were served by the hostesses helped: ce ebrate..the. : pay-rolls permanent : & Chemical Co. of Gainesville I a. m.
*' .T..Hugginsl
and'Miss Jerry Baldwin spoke for Mrs.. George Shuford, chairman received ,favors ..of..toys. balloons. 'installations, the Florida and.Mr. and.Mrs.G. was signed. The company agreesto in Santa Fe Cemetery, with Rev.

the WMU and introduced the Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. and f suckers.' They played games State Chamber- ,- of Commerce.. re- ,do the pest control work on W. S. McAliley officiating. DeWittC. .,

guest speaker, Miss Elizabeth James Bloodworth. Mrs. Dolph with prizes during the party ports.: Farm-' '. '"Bureau-. --- .- --.-- both buildings for a total cost of, Jones Funeral Home was in "r'a' -.
Providence. Reddish, Mrs. D. R. Eubanks. and hours. The birthday cake was iced The states ..growing ,importance .A .J $554.40 with a one year guaran charge of arrangements. \
,The" luncheon and decorationswere Mrs. Harold K. Norman. in yelow] and carried out the cowr in national affairs"its i shown in i) 11M.a", m .

hi chaee- of the Ida Darby boy- motif. business" review 'of the' State Have, Joint..Meeting, tee.At an additional cost of $50 a Railroad Crew Memo toabsentminded
Circle: Mrs. L. D. Haines closed'the Mrs. Glen Stanley Mrs Johns was assisted by Mrs. ChambeVs'riesearch and industrial ""* .* year the company will make a

meeting with prayer. Carl ,Johns Mrs. Dolph .Reddish division listing principal? .categor Fifty members and guests of th yearly check for five more years. Brings i ActivityTo .

Recent Bride, and Mrs. Ovid Bennett, ies. The. total pena1incnp: of, 'Farm.. Bureau {and Cattlemen's Association :- According to a* representativeof New River, \ -

Executive Board Is Shower Honoree Floridians.. grew"from', _. 1.69'per,, enjoyed a ham/ and baked the company the front part of drivers
Little. Karen.Hu hins.- who was cent of the national total in 1952 bean suppe in the .Lions Den the courthouse is not in bad con- New I Rive: Station had a boom

Of WMU MeetsThe Mrs J. R. Keljy] Mrs. l.,V. three years,old oi\.Monday, celebrated << -I to'.2.06 per sent lasj year During last,Friday night.and saw a film dition, but the Agricultural building last week when a Georgia, South-
Crosby and Mrs. Bobby Croy the occasion when her j. these five'years! cash 'income of on:the chemical: make-up of Various [the old jail] is badly infested and Florida railroad crew moved Absent-mindedness Isn'tso
Executive Board of theFirst entertained at a delightful bridal mother, Mrs. Paul Hu hin&, gave the farmers and..glow rS in Florida ,..tYP e of fertilizer. It will be necessary to cut a in with 'nine house trailers, seven bad when it leads onlyto
Baptist WMU" met Friday" shower Saturday evening honoring a birthday party on that aft-r- inrase4f1om" 1.54 'per- cent T1} 'Importance of soil tests hole; in the floor to do.the work. irucks.: a half dozen cars and several such<: minor mishaps aa

night at the home of Mrs. W. B. i Mrs. Glen Stanley of Jacksonville, noon *at' their home- oh L S., WesJmoreland -> to 2.38 "per cent. 'Barik resources were stressed as a.basis. for planning He. said the trouble probably pieces of heavy track-work- running out into of real gas.But you

Mundy,'Jr. presitjent; of the WMU. the former Mary Alice Crosby! ; "of 'street." expanded from 1.26 per cent to ",aa, effective fertilizer.:.pro- started, from an old tree that ing equiment. S. Br nnen, in can 'get absentmindedabout troubleif

!drat] L. G. Powell opened the Starke, 'a recent bride. f A pink' white and blue color 1.56 "per cent" ; Ufe inS rance 'in gram. :and farmers were, shown since has been cut,.but the roots charge' the crew, said they you're car insurance. Be

meeting with prayer. The hostess to The party was held at the Kelly motif, was attractively...' ,. .. .carried.. out. force. from "1".49: per cent to' 1.92 hqw.thqy: could actually'save money run,under,the building '"! king a were re-surfacing and leveling the sure' you have' the'right
served delicious refreshments home on N. Walnut street where in the"flower' arrangements and per cent;; and'estimated retail by using higher -analysis for- route: for the termites. track, and would spend about a kind and enough of it.
'nine present. '
the members a yellow color motif was attract. crepe paper streamers which decorated sales from 1.93 per cent to 2.74 mulas instead of the old one-tune week in that location. Better call us for a car

OarL Mathews closed- the meeting ively carried .out in the 'decora- the. party.. -rOOms- ., for. -theoccasion. per cent.'Fedefal'rnternal revenue favorite, 4-7-5. : Diploma Tests Sleeping' ,and mess quarters in insurance check-up.
with,, pt Yei.- .- In Florida in 1952 were. the trailers make
collections the 24-man
tions. The refreshment table was County Agent G. T. Hnggins x-
This is Home Missions Week for our of overlaid with a lovely cutwork The 12 little guests received .93 'per cent of-'the"n tioI ai totaland pressed appreciation! ,to the", farm- Slated..For.Week.Of crew able to work the track anywhere JL C. %Wall AgencyPhone
Prayer. Join us in prayer cloth and centered with a silver party hats and candy treats as 1.28 i per r cent 1 lascyear: era and catUemenTfor their poop, March 10th' from Valdosta Ga. to Pa-

Home Missions.Weekend bowl favors. Measured ja vo.lume. rather in ... latka without travelling time be-
holding yellow and white i eration. reporting cases( of 146
pompoms and gladioli. Yellow Mrs. Hutchins was assisted' in than"in! Collars,, lectJ1c.u tf i. screW; worm. infestation, ., ,, Although, Applications for state high twe n towns.
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HousepartyAt the and serving refreshments 'r No
in silver holders balanced games power"production! stoat, J.6 percent cold weather has, longer a passenger line..the
candles ,helq : by TMiss,Kate Struth and in 1952 'and 1.96 : t.ent'Jn old G. S. & F. hauls freight only,
HaynesCottage the arrangement. Mrs. J, H. Raul- Coslello.Little. per ; worms back; fhey.arft expected JQbegin accepted. Adult Education Director -
erson of Gainesville presided at Mrs. Bill 1957 Passenger car registrations .appearing wjth the, retupi L. H., Gibson, announced ,consisting for the most part, of Starke, Fla.

The O.. L. Haynes cottage on the punch bowl at one.end,! ,pf the HJalmar] -,Jane McMillan grew .from 2.22 per, cent, to 2.79. pf warmth, and one case...wa reatthjStat yesterday. The,test, consists of five I.pulpwood for the Palatka mill.

Santa Fe lake was the scene of table. celebrated, her sec rid.". 'birthday: percent! : telephones- from 1.79 pqt1 ,! !, Faro !last : paIts; and covers' the basic. subjects .- -'/
a delightful house party last Friday Mri. Stanley received 'many per cent to 2.19'Per'ceni. During weckJui.said.: !. of' English social' studies, / Ci .
and Saturday. Attending were lovely. and useful gifts from the: anniversary last Friday' with a the five year t interval Florida.'s: Tle. ery worm. .erdcaiQp science, and mathematics.. Applicants % (7I,1. ( S'y ;< -

Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Del Colley 32 guests.- f' .pi11. ... ,p''. popujatipiT pushed up. from 1.99 program!' !, is SgIl tj IJg'J !ffi 'itil. } may take the various partsf

Mrs. J. R. Walnwright Mrs. -will celebratehis per cent to. 2.41 per: cent and.nonagricultural be helpful. if 'each' caSe Is reported, the. testg during the. week: of / L1

Charles Darby, Mrs. Merrill Jimmy Yawn witha employment Increased a.:!, soon.a$ possible, th agent March 10 at the,-.USO Building, in
March.8 '
seventh birthday on '
Cuttino from 1.63 percent to 2.24'per *
Struth Mrs. Myldred said. StarkV y
j -
"f ;
H. mi1y get-together.- cent i f last'year. ''
Mrs. A.. N. Holliday. Mrs. H. J3Jy'the"endbf! A state, fee of $5 is charged for _
Adams, and Mrs. Steve Simmons.A the test; ':'Brush-'up" courses are
Buddy Sellers of Camp.Bland- Berry Blossoms
continuous progression of 11years old on Sunday Fiye. StateTeachingScholarships, available, in all l basic subjects under / / /
:gwow&. : '
bridge by and the refreshments on the were two-en- j celebrated the, occasion, with CdrajnjrQuVFas: !: |:, the .1 local. c adult.'program.1 Interested w4 '.. .I48b-- .,' -
joyed group
a 'party that af terriopn ii for 1,1 boy In! Warm Weather persons: of the Bradford . i -
day outing. .. 2S ,. '
Open'In: County, "- ". County area are Invited to con- .'
Bradford County Hospital is friends. The guests enjoyed games -- ; -
and refreshments during Strawberry blooms tact'the Adult. Education Office ,
announcing the following' births: with prizes are comingout
Wesleyan GuildThe Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Johns of ",the. party hours. Fve| State Teaching in BradfordCour4f"T Scholarship fast. with the warm weather at the USO' Building for additional .- ', : .
,loan arepen details, Gibson stat d. <- -
| $4'
Starke a son, March 2. that! has prevailed here in the -- ..- .
Wesleyan Service Guild : re4 are'.fresbman and -
Mr. and Mrs. James Groover of Circle Foui WSCS past two weeks.Recordbreaking. '. 4..
home of ; -
Unit 2, will meet at the two sophomore scholarships, each Shuford EmployedAs -
Starke daughter'March C cold in Decem- -
S. Mullins., a ; <
the president. Mrs. R. paying"$400 a ; ,
4 the First Methodist ber; January and most of'Febru
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock for Circle' pf ,Supt. ,Harmon Morgan 1 Prison i Mechanic j ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bussey of WSCS will meet.in the recreation ary has held plants back until s.;
a buffet supper"a"nd regular meetIng says .that applicaUbn forms may ? 'W ;
with Mrs. Henry Godwin as Fort White announce' the. bJrUV.ofa building Tuesday March 11, at obtained ,from General SuperVisor they are far behind whit average George Shuford, former mechanIc 4.l4
co-hostess.. : son Donald Ray, on Feb. 26..J at I 8 pm. Hostesses. will be Mrs.\W. '1l'H.pibfon.'The: examip.ations .- growth should.be at'this time of at Snow Chevrolet Co., began

Doctors Hospital.Mr. R. Miller and Mrs. G. T. Huggins. will 1 be given for seniors year. However they are expectedto'come work Tuesday ,as head mechanicat

and others,wishingto ta.ke"them, back"', fasrunless'there'ismore ... l the State Prison.
mit. 2 "4SpecialThis and Mrs. Jerry Lawson' of Brownie ScoutsThe on March'. ; at'Bradford. \ High 'cold'weather.. Shuford has also been substituting ..k:
Ev' niiith continued warmth t ..
Orlando announce the birth\ of a I. SchpoL ,if on the.4:30: to 12:30 am. shiftat ;
son. Randy Jr.. on Feb. 7, The Brownie Scouts will meetTuesda of will still be around April 1 before the County Jail in the absenceof -
paternal grandparents arg Mr. J afternoon f.. at'3:30: at the as D. Bailey Sypt. has JlC.lltiQlThom declared that- berries, ire. ready' for... .. the. .market, Jailor T. C. Crawford..who has : ;- 2w';

%Week and Mrs. Ewell Lawson of Starke. home of the leader, Mrs. J. D. over >133OgO. ot Teaching Sebolirs14ILoaan4. it. is, estimated. 0 .! been ill for the past few weeks. 4/

Warren 321 N. Myrtle St. Crawford is expected to be released -
..$132,000 -,
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Funeral Services
:.. cholarshjp..Loans,are ppe.n to 1 from Bradford County -
LEHIGH, MORTAR PARK t A CASKCHlEOPRAjCTOR'S-RE -E14M Florida seniors for the term beginning For>Mrs. Burkhart i. Hospital Friday and will return
j ,io, September. i --* '. '-' soon to his duties at the jail *. ,-'

$1.23 SACK Cash STARKE FLA. ..FILE Mrs..Lula,Thomas Burkhart, 76, 2.- --c- -

Tax Deadline of Theressa died.In a local hospital I
SUN., MON., TUES. Ao5fiR= -Monday afternoon followinga ; b'1i 'f

'March 9, 10, 11 By Dr. H. G. Bollin erAsurveyof Drawing ar;: brief illness. She was born in .
DOUBLE FEATURE Clay-County:'on Feb. 10.- 1882. .. .5? '
tw4.hvt F ,. _.. ._. 80.'P t. Paid Up.! ., 4y4F'I
TIME. ,LIMIT, _-". -. Surviving are two stepsons.. -
With Richard Widmark- and 1 Richard workmen's. Com I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly, estimates Paul Burkhart of Tallahassee, and ((5OiCood 'SI. .://- -' '

Basehart pensation files atTallabasc I that 80' per.'cent of 1957 Erman.. Burkhart of Indiana; '

And : Bradford, County taxes have already three brothers,. Jesse and' SeweU ; ; I

w wed that less ____ been paii.He .wabns' : however Thomas, both of Stark, and Lacy 44f/

i DOMINO KID time .is.lost time ", that March is the last Thomas of Lake Geneva: ;:and'two /

With Rory Calhoun from work. inback month to pay lakes"* without a sisters-- MrLinnie Beck.and

Plus .Polar Cartoon for Children ipJH'lf3 penalty. Mrs:, Mae W. peese both of The- "I/V /Y .

when the patient After April 1 interest of one and ressa. ;.
Wed, Thar.,' Mar.!, 13. receives Chiio- one-Jialf per cent is charged. 'If Funeral services were held in Readingfor /.
DOUBLE FEATURE -.:tlc pare..Cue 'axes are not paid before1 May 1 i the Hope Baptist Church at The ; p'-:
Five Steps To Danger B15S-A fanner who was the property Is advertised and in ressa Wednesday, afternoon at the
examined: chiropractor, to redeem such. 2:30 o'clockt: with Rev. Merle '
With Butn Roman and Sterling .by a was order property
hayden suffering from a condition commonly advertising costs: are added.' Packham officlt1, g.//Burial was, WiP1: J family

known,as neuritis and bur- Whe.n tax'certificates l ire sold;: a In the family:plotfin Hope Ceme- THE TENDER TOREADOR-Soft-

AjTh I sitis.," Because of the stiffnessinbis ; 5 per:cent ommIisi n." plus cer. tery], with De itt"C/Jones. jn ,.1 spoken; sheathing from MISS MAGAZINE.

ye Pickup Alley neck and paiij\ in his arms and WIce cost and.the: interest "bid, charge of arrangements! News Facts .' The proud look achieved with tucking rich Schiffli

V With Victor Mature and. Anita. shoulders, it was impossible ,to which by law Is aS- per". cent. minimum Pall bearers'wer Lee Britt" El- embroidery, gleaming gold buttons. Here's. smpotb flimne s
bert Britt J.[ B. ThomaV Rowan
Ekberg rest at night. it is added.:
iAt.y9ur.thlhwh.rs.l; Plus Color Cartoon was. impossible Durin4tlf.dai to be comfortable Thomas, James' Gnann," pnd.Ernest --: Family 'features done in the easy mannej.In Cohama's Treasure gentle blendof

iN in any position. This case was NUiaMqeTwo Triest. Arnel and cotton.Tubbable and wrinkle-shy. Beige, pink,

Let Us Finance Youi S 'FrLSai.Mar.14,15h examined by a chiropractor who ; 0------...-n-- blue Qt grey. 5 to 15.
DOUBLE FEfTURE Houses, Wiggins Employed th Christian Scicnct Monitor
in -

Home Improvements The 'Man"Frolp-Bitter fqund the neck a .severe nerve pressure Fr4zn' !'. onroe Street, ; By; Snow Cheyrqlet Ont s.nd Norway your St.ntwspap. Boston*15.for Mast.the tint only the LOOK expensive I O.ROBBINS' 5

on the !FHA Titici Ridge, .After seven, .adjnstmenjs! ... Th thecked. Enclosed find my check or .
With Lex Barker Blank Corday pressure was removed and the pa- Mr and Mrs; W. 'H. Nouman- Orie A. Wiggins who has been money ord r. ly.&D?

and Stephen BIcNaflyr tient again,enjoys. good health. had]two :entI pt uzvdjhI! : associated with the automobile! months $9 C 3MOnthSS C

AND For. information on problem' week"from "the- ,Monroes Street.side business in Starke for '33 years; .
_;, Meet The'Keystone' lounger 728 East University St. 7te7.houses. were ,moved, ..fcpNoUinan : :Snow Chevrolet Co. 'in thecapacity .

Kops. Aje; !Gajngsjljle PbQQp PR. property 'on State".Eoad of an assistant. manager" r _-Jo M3s
63238.Or 100.|, 1JgJiouse$ were.4moyedvtQvokpmam. ; &rid;boOkkee r.
U OUAUTY & SERVI Plus With Bad Abbot and Lou Costello Cartoon 426 N. Walnut "trQet,;_' <<: fo:. "a.'po slbjp''fujiirebusiness 'Pjeviously Wiggins had been associated ; City Zon Slot. "The Sure of Values"r.GE /
Seftal afwTCoJw! ;
Phon J JPo.l Starke Phone: 108 & ,devglopmenj:! ? ,00. Mflnrpe with'"Andrews'Motor.. :. Co.; ruA
301 I CAU ST SIARKE rt for ,' the Nollmans sinc1926..- '" ,
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dren spent the weekend in Tampa Gas Pipeline to fish'arid other worn are one daughter, Mrs. Anne Yorng. Hamptcn; and
with her parents: Mr. and Mr .'P.. fanciers he turns and twists, I'Holds Evalyn Griffith of Starke; four Mrs. Freddie'-Huntley!' Memphis,
S. McAteer. a bright translucent purple streak Its Own 1 brothers. Thomas L. Barnes Trim.
I 0na&t% : Sylvia Paulk and Maxine An- ToStartSoon glistens on his side and he glowsin Kingsley lake Earl Earnes Eastwood Funeral services were held in
irews'flew to New Smyrna Beach the dark. In the water he turns Despite-Slump Ky.; and Eugene Albert the Pine Level BaptisT Churcn'5undat
over the weekend to visit their a blight pink. Since fish,are sup- and David Barnes, both Starke; afternoon at 2 o'clock''
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IN THE NEWS brother and sister, Mr; and Mrs. [ from 11 posed 'to detect food by contrastand Traffic on U. S. 301 in January and six sisters Mrs. Dorothy !I with Rev. W. E. Hal} .officiating.

Ervin Andrews. pansion, and,foster tourism.' 'I Ii motion the worm makes avery b OWed 'a sl'giit gain over the Wood, Bagdad, Ky.; Mrs. Beatrice';l Burial was in the family plot: in

.,.,....... ..- Fl _,." ..... ... .....6 Jack Trawick was in 'Washing i The report analyzed in \detail efficient., bait. same month in 1957, although Pugsley, Riverhead N. Y.; Mrs. I Conner Cemetery with DeWjtt CH
ton D. C. last Monday to Thurs- savings that could be expected:in Earthworms arebisexual and State Road Department studies Lucille Ricks. Starke: Mrs. Eva Jones in charge of arrangements,
Mr. and Mrs' Oscar Hendrix of Miss Jackie Cclley 'was a ,guc.-, I day attending the American Mo- typical Florida :cities through the each worm produces,an egg cap- showed there was less motor travel I'
Waycross and Milton Dill of Jack- of Miss Temple Hess at a house :squito Control Assn. meeting. use of natural gas, for various sule, .containing',from: ,one' to 20 into Florida during December
sonville spent the weekend with party for FSU classmates at the !I Mrs. Mural Gardner has openeda household purposes. Comparisons eggs. In warm ,weather.a capsuleis and. January than for the same I FINANCE
their parents: Mr, and Mrs. J. P. home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles beauty shop at her home on were made, of estimated savings laid about once.aweek.; months a year ago. I TOWN COMPANY

Dill.Leigh Hess on the St. Johns river, Jack- I Pinewood Drive. Mrs. Paul Hutch- from natural gas, as comparedwith Although. there are.some 18,000 Highway! :801.: at a point three .
Priest of Live Oak was sonville, the weekend. the Fair manufactured LP species:.of .earthworms, the Bak-
over i ins is remaining at Lady'" gas, gas and, a half miles north of Waldo! 114 West Call St. Phone 544
visiting her grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Morse and I as opera r'fot'the time being: fuel oil, or electricity. Generally ers say that'this is the only one showed a .daily average of. 5,609
and Mrs. W. J. Dodd last week. son cf Kennebunk Maine were Paul Knight 'of Coral Gables speaking, percentage savings were that can be profitably bred com cars,in January,' a gain of 0.3 percent -
Mrs. Pearl Staley of Olean. N. overnight guests last Wednesdayof spent a few days with his moth greatest for space, heating, but mercially. 'The things to 'guard over! the same, month last Now Making
Y, is spending a week with her 'Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour.Mrs. er, Mrs. D. E. Knight during last economies were also forecast, for against 1 in this business are overfeeding j
daughter.. Mrs., H. C. Dayton, and Marion Howe entered St. weekend. mcst other household t purposes.' out or,range temperature,I year Traffic in, December ,showed' a. LOANS TO ALL PERSONS

family while enroute home, froma Vincent's Hospital on' Wednesdayfor Miss Jean Mundy arrived'home The City of Starke will operatethe and improper: moisture 'Too much marked decline on 301, however,! Regularly Employed Without Co-Signers
visit in St. Petersburg. surgery. Miss Clara Leamanis today for a ten day visit with her natural gas, faculties here, feed' will ferment and cause thebeds with an of 5,224 cars ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and in charge of the Chamber of mother, Mrs. Lelia Mundy. handling distribution to customersas to heat up. and the. little fel- !
decline 12.8 '
son Micky, visited'Mr. and Mrs. Ccmmerce office during her Mrs. Gus Wynn, Mrs. Gene 'a municipal utility. lows,like moisture but not sloppy from daily,the a same month of in 1956.per cent j LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS

Bill Dansby in Jacksonville Sun- absence. Long, Mrs. Bill Thompson and 'While forecasting .that the. advent wejtness.Because-of-the; ,; unusually November's daily $25.00 TO $600.00
day.Sheriff Mrs. Hildabell Bence and Mrs. Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. attendedthe of natural,gas,would stimu- cold winter,worms will be in '! average or"J.6 '
301 ,
5,776 gain
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Nita Downing of Jacksonville were Alachua County:Nurses Meet- late industrial expansion general short supply this year,-the Bakers a. percent
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Etta ing last Thursday night in Gain- the Commission put ,special said. l,| over the same month. in 1956; LOANS OF ALL TYPES

spent the weekend at Cedar Key. Hoover.Dr. esville. Dr. Edwin Andrews was a emphasis on, expected developments ThChWO acre farm bordering while the October daily average, Personal, Furniture, Auto, Real Estate
Mrs. Dolph Reddish and chil- and Mrs. C. J. Houpt spent : guest speaker, his subject was in the fields .of ,chemicals on Lake,Geneva has been in the count was 5,424, an increase of
dren are visiting her sister Mrs. Saturday evening and Sunday in "Disaster Nursing". stone clay and glass. Baker family for iourgenerations.Since 8.5 over October 1956. j
David Reid and family in Jacksonville Tampa where Mrs. Houpt attended :Mrs. Winnie Wimberly and The estimated savings ,for the starting'the business seven The greatest decline in Januarywas LOANS FOR ALL GOOD PURPOSES:

for several days. the Auxiliary meeting of the daughter. Miss Beth Wimberlyleft I state as a whole in the third year, years ago the family has expanded I recorded on U. S. 129 at the Consolidate Bills, Reduce Payments, Medical. Taxes
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke have Florida Osteopathic Medical Assn.of Tuesday.for an extended visit I after extension of natural gag is and 'the business is new aslarge Florida-Georgia line nine miles Refinancing, Emergencies, Etc.
moved to 436 E. Call street, the which she is secretary, and Dr. with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wimberly estimated at $18.4 million in the as they can handle with a northwest of Jasper, where a dropof .
house formerly occupied by theJ. Houpt attended the Trustees' in Bartow. Commission's report. The: largest little outside help. 19.7 per cent was recorded as I n
W. Andrews family meeting of the same organization. Mrs. Harold Norman has beenill part of the' savings, a little over Mrs. Baker and a daughter-in. compared with the same month a LOANS TO SUIT BUDGETS

Mrs. I. E. Clark returned home Mr., and Mrs. V. F. Herlong of with flu and had to postponeher half of the total in the first year law help with,, the counting and year ago. A sharp drop of 11.9 Small Monthly Payments Up To 24 ,Months\
last Friday from Jacksonville Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and trip to Baltimore.Md. to the and two-thirds in the third year, packing. It,is difficult to get good"counters per cent was also recorded on U i
where she underwent treatmentsat Mrs. W. F. Herlong and Mrs. Car- last of the month.S. will accrue to household'and com' :" who'should be able toeOunt S. 17 north of Yulee. | IOANS ARE OUR BUSINESS :
Baptist Memorial Hospital. rie Adams on Sunday. R. Johns, now associated mercial establishments that are 20,000 a day, they say. The Bad weather in December; and
Sam Retort of Dade City spent Mrs. Bill Baxley of Jacksonville, with the Theron MacLeod Insur- customers of' the gas distribution, ,. pay is 60'cents a thousand. January is .generally)) blamed for Wf're Here To Serve You Regardless of Who You Owe
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. was a Tuesday visitor of Mrs. Annie I ance Agency of Jacksonville, recently systems it was said.:, -" Until cne platypus at the New the, decrease in tourist traffic. I

H. E. Bradley and family. Hollingsworth. completed an intensive The report said the conversionto YOlk Zoo died and the other ran See Us For Prompt Fffic';"nt and Courteous ,ServIce :For.
Mr. and Mrs. W; R. Morse of Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips of course in life insurance writing. gas will call 'fora: : considerable away, the worms: which make up All Your Money Needs ,
Merritt Island former Starke Tampa were weekend guests of The course, was held in., Atlanta; expense both by"utilitie's and i industrial the diet of,, this peculiar. animalcame Funeral SundayFor ,
residents are visiting their son- Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Holton. Ga. and lasted for one week. users. It, ,estimated j from.Baker & sons. ,The Lilian G. JonesMrs.
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove Mrs., Morris Williams and that a total'new investment of 56 I Canadian, Government a, regular TOWN FINANCE COMPANYAT
Mrs. A. R. Simpson 'and baby Springs spent the weekend with daughter of Folkston. Ga. are million dollars, will be"required) customer'and the firm ships Lillian Barnes
son, David Albert, at El Paso, Mr and Mrs. L. D. Green. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. for existing systems, and eight !.all over the United states: A.re died in a local hospital Jones 36 STARKE
t Tuesday,
Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and Jesse Newsome. million dollars for'new systems ,j cent shiment to.:Mary land.was to Feb., 25, after a brief illness.
Mrs. Bernard Cohen returnedto family visited Mrs. O. W. Barry Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughnwere The cost of converting' a typical be trans-shipped: to, ,Europe. was born in Dothan, Ala. Aug.She (Across Sreet From Olen's Dept, Store( ) .
her home in Aberdeen Md. last in Brooker on Sunday. in Palatka over the weekend residential or .commercial com I,Th t's a long way from home- 29, 1921 and was the daughter on of Phone 514YREE I
Friday after visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Honnoll where Mr. Vaughn tock part in gumer borne by the', gas distribu- for'worms! the- late Alex L. and Myrtle Mat 144 W. Call St.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews for and son of Waynesville. N. C. are the Elks Ritualistic contest. They tion utilities, will average' about I I I -
1 seven weeks. spending a month with Mr. and were also dinner guests of the .-iI
t" See Peggy at Shepherd's TV' or Mrs. W. F. Herlong and Mrs. Car- Elks on Sunday. $25.The report said that' the largest1 Bonds ForfeitedIn
Call 239 for free estimate on rie Adams. Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- percentage of savings will be for Mayor's"Court"' ;' FREE

Draperies Slipcovers and Up- Mrs. Merrill Edwards and locknee, Ga. and Mrs. W. H. users_ of space heaters! amounting I .'" *

holstery.- daughter, Mary Lu. and Barbara Thomson Jr. :and children,, of to an estimated 45 per cent saving Trials,in. Mayor's Court Mondaywere '. ,
Miss Agnes Lawson of FSU and Ward will spend the weekend in Mcnticello spent ,the weekend in Miami 32.2' per, cent in lightened by ,'several''bond J
Bill Morar of Panama City spent Tallahassee where the two girls with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.F. Lakeland 38.8 per cent in Jacksonville forfeitures for ,non-appearance. 14 FT. B.G. SPECIAL BOAT ,

the weekend with Mr. arid Mrs. will attend the ROTC Military F. Stump. Mrs Stump returned and 45.1 per cent in St. Edward P< Hacker',forfeited ''$37 L,4?:: I
H. A. Lawson.Mr. Ball Friday evening home with Mrs. Thomson to Petersburg and Orlando for customers ;- by failing'to:appear 'on' charge : I .x-. \
and Mrs. J. T. Gruis have
Mrs. T. D. Stroud of Jackson- spend a ,week. now.' using manufactured I'of'' failure to have vehicle under : '' ," ,
moved from 743 Thompson streetto ville is spending Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch of gas. i control and'' causing an accident.A -r ,
383 N. Cherry Street. (Thursday with her sister-in-law, Gainesville are spending this week For cocking and water heating I :'charge of fighting against
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register of Mrs. J. H. Fields. with their parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. the savings are estimated to range Claude'' Starring 'was dropped for 4
Tallahassee were visiting Mrs. C. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt had as H. Ritch. Mrs: H. A. ,Durdenof from 46.4 per cent in Orlando for lack of evidence' 'when neither .,
H. Register and Mr. and Mrs. H. was'also customers now using LP gas to
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Beach i party appeared 'but he forfeited
A. Lawscn' last' Thursday Franklin Hunt and family of visiting the Ritchs on'-Tue6day.Mrs 32.9 per cent in St.. Petersburg bond of $27 'on'a profane'language I
Mrs. EweU. Lawson has spent Wednesday for customers now using'electrici-
Jacksonville. E. D. Tenly left -
charge. Calvin Starling also forfeited j
the past ten'days in Orlando with ,
Mrs. Ned Yancey has been quiteill for Reidsville, Ga. to spend ty. not
$27 by" appearing on a! C
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson and
with flu. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. fighting charge. j
W. R. Walters. The charge, 'of following too
Mrs.. David -1 onesand,, Bakers.:Raise '
Sgt and. : .1 -: \ ciosevarid causing: an accident wag: .
of, Fort Knox. Ky and the. f i.I
family d smissed, ,against Aaron.--Augustus
your Canal, Zone were Wednesday 'Sumner of the Starke Taxi Co.-. as J
evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Contented Worms:, -
an":\\mavoid bleJ aCcident :
John Torode. .., s
r 'Tommy Cooper pleaded,guilty to )
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and Mr: and Mrs. W. G. Struth two charges, public intoxicationand 1 ,.
i of Jacksonville were visiting Miss beds, and scientific feeding. I I possession of one-half pint of: a
LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo Kate Struth during the past week. The' '"wormarium"_ [.worm mqpnshine.' It cost him $27 or
I! Bcbby White and,Donna Tilleyare I house, to you] measures- 18 x 135 :: five, !days .on the.first charge and Complete with 18 H.P. Johnson, and Murray Trailer ..
I confined with the chickenpox feet and consists of thirty 9x9 : $52 or ,,10 days on the latter.

Membership Fee -,6 Mo. Policies this week. Mike McRae has beds. It, takes 180,000 ,worms to When witnesses testified in be- DRIVE IN AND REGISTER, NOW! ,;

the mumps and Jimmy and Terry stock the house in September and l half of.Thomas. Albert he was

Yawn have the measles. selling begins from" these pens a-, found not guilty of fighting. W. TO BE GIVEN AWAY MARCH 29 7:30 P.M.
Mr.'and Mrs. Richard Ray and round March. I J. Lee, who appeared late, after "!
DOYLE E CONNER AGENCY sons of Savannah Ga. are spend- Breeding' stock is ready for sale I I tall witnesses had left., forfeited NO PURCHASE NECESSARY <
ing the weekend with their par- at four to five months and worms I I bond of $37. Lee had been involved r
ents Mr; and Mrs J. S, Sapp. Mr. for fish bait at from'six'to seven with Albert,;,both ,Negroes,-on
4 l6o W. Call Street Phone 285 and Mrs. Sapp will return to months, depending on temperature a. fighting charge. : >i : F :
Savannah with them for a week's and feeding. R
'Another 'moonshine charge, in IMP' ER'IALISERVICE' .
The heavy cement foundationsare
visit.Mrs.. Maxie Carter. Jr. and son more' to keep out crickets and which, Herbert Franklin! Negro! E [ E

Brad spent the weekend with her other 'species of worms than to pleaded guilty to possession and 4 E

THEATRE parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spen- keep the-stocked worms in.. Ap selling resulted in a,fine of $250 E
cer in Orlando. parently the worms know a good 1 or 50 da)L 1575 No Temple Ave. U. S. 301 StarkeFloridai nI
STARKE Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and home when they'see one, and i I -
Mrs. Randal Chitty attended the make no attempt to run away. I

Flit.. SAT. -,MAIL 7, 8 Wed. Thur. Mar. 12, 13 funeral of a cousin. Oswald Wal- Each year the beds are cleanedout ,
.DOUBLE FEATURE ters, in Jacksonville on Tuesday and restocked. A mixture of I I .
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE afternoon.Mrs. oak leaves, roughly ground, soil I '

P. J. Quattlebaum and and cow manure is used. Lex said II
I Mrs. Herbert Thomas were' in that you can hear the worms
MARTINllEWISHilarious Williston Wednesday attending a chewing and see a leaf particle '
meeting of the District Directorsof stand up and, be pulled beneath
( Fun-Fest' the Women's Auxiliary of the the surface as' the worms feed. StllEET ROCK

t r I ICIRLS Episcopal churches. Chewing,is accomplished, with {
A I !GAGS!MUSIC! &MIRTH! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland were tooth-like structures in a cup-
1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mar- shaped mouth. The temperat, Ji
I shall and family Apalachicolaover cf the house is maintained at
f the weekend. from 50 to 90 degrees. The Bakers
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Herbert Sellersof ; "
: Friends of Mrs. estimate they lost a quarter of. a
Camp Blanding will regret to million worms*from the stock
J AND' hear ,of ,the death of her father, that they had i in outdoor'beds.
Rufus Parnell in Jacksonville,on Besides the natural feed of :

Saturday, Feb.: 22., leaves and manure that this'spe :30" X4'X! 8'I $ i155 I.
cies eat, a high protein food is ,
School Board Hires dusted on the beds and washed I .
4 4y in with water.! Laying mash or toO .
Consulting.Firm! cow feed is,used,and since,worms
For Bond IssueThe are not .fussy about 'the freshness -'
stale feed 'can be bought Cash Warehouse
School Board at its meet- from the mills'at a reduced price. :
ir ing Monday decided to hire Eudrilus Eugenie is the proper'' I I' 'I
Pierce. Carrison and Wulbern. name of this special worm and it I PER

r Akg a Inc:, investment bankers, to ad- was' indentified by Dr. Coates, '
vise on the handling of the pro curator of, the Few York; ; Zoo
posed bond issue. A special meet- and a biologist with the TJ. S'j'
at 10 Department 'of Agriculture Dr. We Meet All LocalCompetition
will be held Saturday
fig k N.cur s a.c++d N 20n tadgfac i ing recelved.1a :: SHEET.]
Pius "Blackboard Jungle" Cartoon a. m. to meet with a representative Gates. When Dr. Gatea : I
Chapter No. 12 Serial rand *-< of the firm. sample of the worms, he,wrote i 5Nf
Before the date of the proposed the Bakers that "I would not, .
Sunday, Monday Tuesday .,. bond issue can be set. a resolution have been more surprised had 11 4
March 9, 10, 11 outlining the proposed seen an African bushman sittingon ,j :
must be approved my front.steps..*' He-- said the'
3 -= BIG DAYS 3 building program ,;
by the State Board .of Educa- worm was native of Africa and it I
DON t GO 0Paramount tion. That resolution 'has now is supposed that it came',to 'thiS f.' i I
been returned- the State Board country perhaps as eggs 01}. the ,,,- .. "
Prt.ent I
NEAR THE with its approval and the date roots of imported plants. '
will probably be set at the Saturday An unusual characteristic of: '
WATER meeting. this,species is its habit vof growing -j &'F1\RKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES I :

Low bidders on a new bus to two. sometimes three tails.
be purchased to'replace the' 1946 The extra 'tails, are functional,! ,
model driven by Mrs. Nelson having a fully developed alimentary -*I '
t waGia.bcap Uresraocproe Green were Andrews' Motor Co..! canal and thus provide the I j Phone 45 or ,333 AtS.A.L., Depot Starke. Florida
and Blue Bird Body Co. of Fort worm with the ability to eat. ? '
twice much One :worm: in I -
Valley, Ga. Total' price for chassis as i
.G I FoRO ._ ,. and body is $4,184.27, This bus every: 300 or 400 will have 'two!>> COMPLETE BUILDERS SERVICE

Plus "Cook A"Doodle Dine" Car- is used for out-of-toaun trips tails. -- -,
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caused from burning her fool with Wellhausen Billy Nolan, Ronnie'way 301 here in'Maxville.Baby said court: iu" Starke. Bradford County of Bradford, State of Flor G. Werinett.All .
of bimr theCounty
No ObjectionsTo County. Florida this 4 day of March said-property in
hot water a few days ago. Miller and David Midyette. Wilkinson U51. I ida.Unless such certificate or certificates of Bradford. State of Flor

MAX VILLE Mrs. Junior Goolsby of Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Smith Mr. and Mrs.- Earl Wilkinson 'Parking Plan/ (OFFICIAL.CHARLES SEAL A.)DARBY to law shall the be property redeemed describedin according ,ida.Unless such certificate or certificates .

spent Monday with her mother and family of Jacksonville visited :announce the arrival of a baby At Clerk of said Circuit Court such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according .

Mis. Leslie Sweat and family. :girl born on' Friday. Feb. 21 In By Marian L. Crosby DeputyClerk I will be sold to the highest bidderat to law the property describedIn
with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley
Bj Mr. (X B. Sou'TYYYYYTYYYTYTTTTTTTY" On Walnut St. 3/8 4t 3/27 the court house door oc the first such certificate or certificateswill
Miss Martha Hanis accompanied and family last Sunday.Mr. "the Orange Park Hospital. The Monday in Month of April. 1S58, be sold to the highest bidder

!.Ir.and Mrs. Junior Goolsby young lady weighed 6 lbs. and NOTICE APPLICATION FOR .,which is the 7 day of April. 1S5$. at the,court house door on the irn
and Mrs. Bill Roberson and j Dated this 3 day of March. 1558.OFFICIAL Monday in Month of April 1J58.
and Miss Judy Spence of Baldwinto daughter have recently moved to 2 czs, and has been named Pa- 't No objections were received by TAX DEED ( SEAL) which is the 7 day of April 1958
Clarence Ncrth of Jack-
Mrs Notice ill hereby !given that E. K. I
Dated this 3 of March 1J58
Parris Island S. C., over the mela Elaine. She is the grand Charles Clerk of day ,
Ferryman the holder of the following .
sonvllle visited with Mr. and Mrs. DeLand. We hope they will like City Council. Its Tuesday even- (OFFICIAL SEAL).
of Circuit 'Court of Bradford
weekend to visit Ray and Bobby daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Drew certificates has filed said certificates -
John North and family Saturday.We their home there. ing meeting, to a resolution pass- for a tax deed to be issued County Florida. Charles A. 'Darby, Clerk ot
Goclsby. Wilkinson. of Circuit Court of Bradford
regret that little Miss Ma- Miss Patricia Owens of Jackson- ed at.the Feb. 24 meeting to take thereon. The certificate numbers 34t 3/27 County. Florida.

'tilda Higdon. daughter of Rev. Buford and E. D. Higginbothamand ville spent several days this. week Little Harold Wilkinson, was parking off ,No., Walnut St. from and years of the of property issuance and the the description namesIn NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 3/' 4t 3/!?

and Mrs. H. P. Higdon is suffering Francis Coleman went on a visiting ,with her mother, Mrs. able to go back to school again Jackson St.'to Washington St. on which is was assessed. 'are as TAX DEED -

from an ear infection and has fishing trip last Saturday downat Ruby Owens and family. this week after a week's Illness. the east side. Ccuncilmen'said the follows Certificate: No. 28; Year of IuuariceUst. -Notice is hereby given that E. K. NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR

.had to miss. several days of school.I Grandin. Mrs. Ruby Owens has been ill Little Johnny 'Wilkirison'cele- only opinions they had heard expressed Ferryman certificates the holder has filed of the said following -!I Notice Is hereby given that T.W. .
certificates -
of Property Peg at Intersection the holder of
brated his 5th birthday on Tues. Description : Tatum the follow.
Bobby Nolan was W and had to of Virgil Thompson were favorable to the for a, tax deed to be issued
at her home for a few days. of St Rd 18 with S line ing certificates has filed said cer.tiflcates .
''miss .a'couple days of school last I i will be interested to learn that Feb. 25. His mother Mrs. Oscar proposal. of NE% of NWV4 run W' 210 ft thereon. The certificate numbers I for a tax deed to be issued
' i he is coming home from Belle Mrs. Adel Padgett and all of Wilkinson, had the Wilkinson NWly 210 ft E 210. ft. SEMy 210 and years of issuance, the description thereon. The certificate numbers
week her children have been ill with At the recommendation of May- ft., to FOB See 17 T..I S. R. 22 E of the property, and the namesin and years of Issuance, the description -
family and her 'family in for '
Civic Club To Meet Friday Night I Glade on Thursday. Jackscn. the salaries of Asst. Name in which assessed: Claude A. which Is was assessed are as I' of the property, and the names
the flu.
Hope they will be follows: .
Stanley-Taylor Wedding soon birthday'cake and Ice, cream. Morgan.All in which is was assessed; are.a
AU members of the Maxville Police Chief Ben Holtzendorf and
(Certificate. ZO; Year of Issuance follows:
Civic Club. and all interested Miss Judy Taylor of Madison well.Mr. We are glad that Mr.,and.Mrs. Patrolman. Carl Fillyawt were County of ot said, Bradford pperty State being of in Flor the 1954. Certificate No. 41; Year of Issuance
and Mrs. John Q. Godwin Blade Description of Property: E 440 ft of 19S5.
Ind. became the bride of Ralph Avery were a'ble to biing ida.
'pa 't1es are asked to,meet at the have' returned to their home'in raised $2.50 per, week. This is in SEU of SW% of NW% Sec 25 T Description of Property: 1 lot lying
Civic Club, Friday night March Stanley on January 4 in Folkston their baby daughter Mary, Clau- line with the wage schedule. Unless such certificate or certificates 5 S R 22 E In SWfc of NW of SW% 100 ft
Ga. They were married by Judge Lakeland. having been called here dine home from the St. Vincent.s shall be redeemed accord Name in which assessed: Manuel N & S by 50 ft. EV as Dem
7 at 8 o'clock p. ui. to discuss details Bids for beds to.complete the ing to law. the property describedIn McNeal. in DD Bk. 71 page 215 Sec ti
because of the death of Mr. OedwIn's -
of vital importance concernIng Conner. Mrs. Stanley graduated Hospital in Jacksonville furnishing of the firehouse' were such certificate or certificates All of said property being in the Tti R R.UE.

,,from the Saluda Ind. High mother. Mrs. Ada Godwin where she ha4 been a patient for will be-sold to the highest bidderat County of Bradford, State of Flor. Name in which assessed: Frank
ned at the and the
our play ground and Incorporating cp meeting the court house door on the first Ward.
the town. Please planto School class of 1956 and at the last Friday night. several days.A lowest bid offered by Denmark Monday in Month of April. 1958. ida.Unless such certificate or certificates All of said property being in the ,

time of her marriage was assist- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and welcome home party was Furniture Co. accepted. The I which 1 I. the 7 day of April. 1958. shall be redeemed according County of Bradford, State of Flor
attend this meeting. was
I Dated this 3 day of March 1958. to. law the property describedin
Home Demonstration Ciub ant manager of a Drive-Inn Rest- sons. Billy and Bibby visited in given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.F. price for four beds mattresses. (OFFICIAL SEAL) such certificate or certificates Ida.Unless such certificate or certificates -

aurant. The groom is the son of Palatka last ,Thursday afternoon B. Colemari .last Thursday and pillows was $327.84.A Charles A. Darby -Clerk of will be sold to the highest bidderat ., shall be redeemed according
To Meet Next of Circuit Court of Bradford
Mrs. Jones W. Thomas of Max- with Mrs. W. A. Cannon. Sandra night in honor of their son-in-law the court house door on the first to law the property describedin
The Maxville Home Demonstration 50 foot wide strip of land was County. Florida. Monday in Month of April 1958 such certificate or certificateswill
yule formerly of Georgetown S. Holliman and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Don Elchelor/wh&has been away S/C 4t 2/27 which, is the 7 day of April. 1958. be sold to the highest bidder
, Club will hold their regular Carmen. accepted by the Council for a new Dated this 3 day of March 1958. at the court house door on the first
C_ He is presently employed at cn sea duty for the past nine
monthly meeting next Tuesday. "I read.running west off ,U. S.. 301 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Monday in Month of April 1958
the Cecil Field Naval Air Station.At Godwin Funeral Held SunJayFuneral months with the 'U. S. Navy. All TAX DEED Charles A. Darby. Clerk of which is the 7 day of April. 19J8
between the Bradford Motor court
March 11 at the Maxville Civic
present Mr. and'Mrs. Stanleyare services' held Sun I of the Coleman family was home Notice 1* hereby given, that E. K. of Circuit Court of Bradford Dated this 3 day of March. 191S!I
Club. beginning prcmptly 10 were and land owned by J. E. Wall Jr. Ferrymanthe holder of the follow County. Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL)

a. m. The Demonstration this making their home with the day afternoon at 2:30: p.m. at the II for this occaSion. who gave the land. Mr. Wall said ing certificates has filed said.certificates 3/6 4t 3/27 Charles A. Darby Clerk of
bridegroom's mother. for a tax deed to be issued of Circuit Court of Bradford
Long Branch Baptist Church for
be'on he plans to subdivide the property Florida.
months will furniture up thereon. The certificate numbers NOTICE OF APPLICATION; FOR. County L
holstering. All members are urgedto Stanley 'Taylor Wedding Mrs. Ada Godwin one of Max- BHS DebatersWill into 13 building lots. and years of issuance the description TAX DEED :/11 4t 3
I Miss Judy Taylor of Madison. ville's most beloved citizens. Mrs. of the property and the namesIn Notice is hereby given that E. K. -
attend and ,visitors are wel Nine new lights will be placedon which is was assessed are as Perryman the holder of the follow-
Ind. became the bride of Ralph Godwin who 74 old
come. Please bring sandwich for. was years CompeteIn Call St. .and Madison St. tocontinue' follows: ing certificates has tiled said certificates W.C.T.U.
,., ,
Stanley on January 4. in Folks- passed away last Friday.evening Certificate No. 67; Year of Issuance for a tax deed to be issued
lunch. ton. Ga. They were married by Feb. 28 after sudden attack. the "white way" on U. 1955. thereon. The certificate numbersand
Mr. and,Mrs. D 5S'Hinlnboth- a State Meet S. 301 in town. City Engineer Dt'lrrIPtlo'n of Property: 11.4'A in years of Issuance the description -
Judge Conner. Mrs. Stanley grad- She was born in Baker county SE Corner of SE'. of NW>4 & N of the propE'rty"and the names "WHETHER THEREFORE YE

am carried' their daughter June uated frcra Saluda Ind. High but had lived in Clay county mostof Riley Wasdin estimated, that it S20 ft of NE>4 of SW'4 ex 2 iota in which is was assessed are as, EAT. OR DRINK. OR WHATSOEVER .
back to,Jacksonville Saturday to would cost $1500 for the materials. to Robert J. Dodd. Sec. 13. T 8 follows: '
School, Class of 1956 and at the her life and was a devout mem- The Starke High School debate S32E Certificate No.63: ; Year of Issuance YE DO. DO ALL TO TilE

the doctor. He X-rayedhet arm time of her marriage was assist- ber of the Maxville Baptist team will compete in the annual The work. will be done by the city Name In which assessed: Fred S. 1955. I GLORY OF GOD. [(1 CORINTHIANS -
and said that it was healing nice using the "poles. that are in place. Dodd. Description of Property: Lot 5 of
ant manager of a drive-Inn restaurant Church. She Is survived by her state debate and extemporaneous All of said property being In the Lake Bedford Shore 10:31.

ly.Mr. in Saluda. The groom is husband James A. Godwin and tournaments at the University of County of Bradford State of Flor Name in which .assessed: Raymond

arid Mrs. 'Oscar Wilkin- the son of Mrs. Jones W. Thomascf Lawtey Council ida.Unless
three daughters; Mrs. Sidney Florida this Friday and Saturday.The such certificate or certificates .
eon and family visited Sunday Maxville. formerly of Georgetown Harris and Mrs. Clarence Knightof Florida Forensics competition shall be redeemed according -
night with Mrs. Grace Herrick on Vacancy Filled to law the property describedin Rent It if Trade ll
Normandy boulevard.A S. C. He is presently employed Maxville and Mrs. Harold conducted by the General such certificate or certificateswill Sell It t

at the Cecil Field Naval Eunice of Lawtey five sons: S. E., Extension Division Florida and be sold to the highest bidder
A. E. Massey Lawtey agent of
group of friends gathered at at the court house door on the first
Air Station. At the present Mr. J. C. and J. T. of Maxville. N. D. the TJF department of speech, will .
the home of Mrs. Theuna Rainer the ,Seaboard Airline Railroad. Monday in Month of April 1958,
and Mrs. Stanley are making Godwin of California and JohnQ. bring some '60 ,of the state's top. 'was appointed by Mayor Charlie which I. the 7 day of April 1958. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
last Wednesday 'and'enjoyed'' ademcngtratjon.by.tb.ePeggy their home with the bridegroom's Dated this 3 day of Marcji. 968.OFFIC'UL .
Godwin Lakeland. ; one sister speakers to Gainesville. Shuford to .
, N w- fill a vacancy in the ( SEAL) .. ,
?. mother. Mrs. Alice Guinn of Jack- I: The school debaters will speak Lawtey City Council. The appoint- Charles A;. Darby; Clerk of

ton saleslady of Middleburg. It Mrs. Dewey McPherson has 32 of Circuit Court of Bradford OR LESS. One Insertlea uu."... Charge) ..79R4CH
sonville and grandchildren and i on the topic: "Resolved: that,the ment was,approved by the Coun- County Florida. 20 WORDS u
was a very"enjoyable party after been ill again. WORD OVER 20 _. _.__ 4. Per Weal
18 great grandchildren.Mrs. United States .foreign aid shouldbe elI at the regular meeting Monday 3/fi 4t 327NOTICE 'ADDlTJO\ -
which coffee and cake were ser Lyles Schmehls of 90% niscor.\T o\ REPEAT INSERTIONS SMB AD
Jacksonville -
Maria Teykle Passes substantially Increased.? night. 1
speaking ,
Separate extemporaneous -
Mrs. Maria W. Preston Greene resigned as TAX DEED
58. residentof
We regret that l little Miss Clara Teykle '
ford Higginbotham is being trans- contests "iI' ll'.b held for boys Notice is hereby given; that B. K. '
Brown is seriously ill at her home ferred soon to Japan to serve Maxville for the past 8 years and girls. Topics 'also relating to councilman ,because has has purchased Perryman the holder of the following CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ___ '1.5 Per lack First laseHUu
a business in Adel. Ga. and certificates has filed said Cn'FORlE AD REPEATED OSB OR MORE TIMES
here with kidney trouble and had certificates '1.00 PF.R I\
with the U. S. Navy. passed away last Saturday morn- foreign aid wilLbe taken from will move with his family there. for a tax deed to be issued

to be taken to the Macclenny Mrs. Nettle Midyette has recently ing March 1 in the Ed Fraser recent national news, magazines.: thereon. The certificate numbersand CARDS OF THANK' (1'. T. M Werii) -- -- -0 a...

of the __________________
Hospital twice Monday. We hope moved into Mrs., Fannie Hospital in Macclenny. She had years issuance description OVER 5ft WORDS 4 Crate Per -Wort
Members of the Starke High of the property and the namesin

that she' will soon be well. Griffis apartment here In Max- been ill for several weeks. She School .debate team who will be NOTICE TO F/EFEND which is was' assessed are as MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS ---_-. 4 Cente Per W.,.
Mr. and Mrs,Elbert Brown and I. Circuit Court. Bradford tovaty, follows: -
ville. was a native of but
Hungary mov- competing are as follows: Mark 'lorlda: IB'Chaaeery.- Certificate No. 4; Year of Issuance I .
'family spent last weekend in The Maxville PTA will hold ed to Maxville with her late husband Moore, Mike Goldwire., Pat Pel- Dan R. Chichester. Plaintiff. vs. 1954. IT'S E.8TO QUALIFY FOR 1 NEED TIRES

,Trenton.' .visiting ..with Mrs.Brown's their regular meetln at the from New York eight Ro.qa.lle.Chicbester.. DefendantS Description of Property: Lots 3. 4 WATKINS DEALERShIP NO" let them now. pay as yon ride
, years urn, and Judy Kelley. Their coachis 'No. 12-47S tsk for
of Blk 18 budget
S Ward City Sec. 8 T 7 NO CO-SIGNERS .NECF.SSART.! our easy terms
mother. Mrs. L. C. Hiers. school house next Wednesday. ago. She has no known survivors. C. 1,. ,Overturf. fdtlee Te Appear SRZOB ROUTE IS AVAILaBLE IN TRio .acy Conway Bales and Service
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginboth- March 12 at 2:30 p.m. All par- Her body"was forwarded to the To; Rosalie Chichester, whose-residence : Name in which assessed:,Guy Har- ARE*. TOO. WRITE THE J. IIWATKINS inion Pus Station Starke Via.
The Starke youths qualified for is New York. :N. T. and whose PEACHTHEI tfchg
am and daughter, Robin. spent ents and members to Hermann Funeral Home Center address Li P. 0..Box 1S8 Wall Street rell.All CO.. 838
are urged the state-wide finals, by. winning of said property being l in the ST.. .N. B, ATLANTA: G.'.
last weekend in Lawtey with Mrs.Higginbotharn's atrpnd. Moriches Long Island N. Y. for Station, New York. N. Y. 4te.K 3/1' FOR SALE-14 In r 15 ft. steel
at the district tournament held You are hereby noUfieJ that a suit .
culvert pipe, S1.25 ft ALSO Build.
, parents. Mr. and The baseball! season is openingat funeral services and burial In Feb.22 at'the DF.:They. tied for for divorce -S Ing Iota for sale In S.uth Gat
Mrs. N. L. Btar11I haa been filed agaJmt you In Die 'G.if:' WE HAVE a new loan program foi
g.: W R
the Baldwin High; School thfe i Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Mrs. Subdivision. Low down paymentLow
.1 first place debate. with Jack. above named Court and eue and farmers. Loans of 1 to S yean
We regret that Mrs. Rudy Hig- week. Four of Maxville's boy. Teykle was the owner of the Teykle onville's Robert E. Lee High you are required''serve a copy of for 0 the, entire credit require JACKSON monthly payments. Central BILLY

flnbotham,,- -has'- '-'an, '-Infected-",, *- ..--* foot. ,are J artlc. ting, .. They,are Buck: apartment.- .houses..' .' .on., ...HighIT'S ,- School,I team. .;. your plaint answer on the-or' Plll pleading ltlft's'to-the. com-' JUG ,K.C jiuokE4aoo. ments'ny.' li.1nea'vi1l.of the farmer production and his Credit tam. Truck Lines.phone 165 c/o tfrhg

.. In the finals this week Individual Attorney J. Donald Gibson 100 STARKE FLORIDAThe Association 5 CO,! North Main. ONE
Smith Building Jacksonville, t, FlorIda BEDROOM furnished apart
Galnefivllle. Fla tfebl
'I- Music & pfew. Station ments for
and team first and second : : rent. Phone Its W. T.

place' winners will receive Florida and 'file the original" In the office of o .In.: Starke Jackson. tfchg
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or OCR, TEHTH ANNIYERIABT I
forensic keys, with cups being a- before the 3 day of March. 1958; I RADIOS REPAIRED FOR RE. Reduced prices. 3 room

warded to the schools winning therwise the allegations of said Com- MONDAY ThRU FRIDAY AU Makes AU. KeieUileaMufcle nicely furnished apartments. Adequate .
plaint will be taken as confessed by Charges guaranteed heaters. For elderly couple
first and second In debate. you. :- *. SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV or gentleman. Descent Road Box
(OFFICIAL SEAL) 6:00: Sign on and News Iimaa Green, Owner 440 B. Starke. tfchg
Charles A. :Dat'by; ,Clerk of the 228 W. Call St. Pkeae 239
Too Wet To Plant Circuit Court. 6:05: Starke Wakes 'Up Starke, P1.. FOR SALE.-Small Grocery paying

.By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. T:00 First Edition (news) good returns. Also 5 room house
3 miles N. Starke US 301. See
_____ 1130 4t 2120 1:15: Starke Wakes Up FOR REMT-Four room furnished write or
Ceo. Ellis Rt t, Box S3-C.
Jut Farmers house. Apply 308 S. Water St.
8:00 Starke.
] UNLAWFUL. NOTICE TO DEFEND : Sports Itcbg 3tp- 3/C
I. Circuit Coart., Braaford Ceaaty, 8:05 Starke Wakes Up -
Florida I. ( '..perT. FOR SALE S-room unfinished
Eager To StartThe William C. Smitbb' Plaintiff.. YS. 9:00 News & Betty Grey Show FOR bed room SALE home-Equity In Pinthaven, In''modern$1200.-3 house on 2 acres of land. H. N. Me-

Loretta. E. 10:00: 'Sweet Music ,Show & 60. bal. 147.32 per month. Craney. P. O. Box 144 Starke.
:, Case No. 12-501
Ztp 3/1
N.i1eT. 4perTo : News (hourly) FLORID REALTY CO.

warm' sunny weather pre : Loretta E. Smith 'whose res- 12:15: Second Edition (newl) Telephone 383; TWO TOWS STRAYED into my

vailing here now has farmers Idence and address IB:' 26 Harding field. Owner may have tame by '
12:30 & FOR SALE-Registered Angus heifers
Sweet Music' Show
For Any Person Persons to Engage in throughout Bradford County Avenue. Oaklyn. New Jersey. and bulls.. J. B. Whit 3tp 3/14 naylnx feed and adv. cost. R. K.
or will Ton are hereby notified that a News (hourly). S Lee, Lawtey.. 3tp 3/13!
"itching -to plant.but they unit for divorce has been filed .
3:00 Starke Music Hall & 3'% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE
have to wait now until the ground against you in the above named STATE BANK KEY. FOR F.ENT-4 room furnished apartment -
Court and cause and you are required News (hourly) Private back and front
dries off. Four or five inches of i to serve! a copy "of your STONE HEIGHTS FLA, MEMBER : entrance. Large closed in backyard
: Tuei. Cordon
Mon Art'Mooney FDIC.
; _
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless rain in the past week has made' newer or pleading to the com- with patio and garage. To
plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney I McRae; Wed.,' Harry Bela- USED \VUKUTZER SPINET Piano adults only or couple with small
mcst fields too ,sloppy for plant- Joseph K. Skipper.' 221 Florida : fonte; Thur., SammyKaye; Fri., excellent condition. Only $425.00. child. 557 W. Call St &: Orangeor

ing. County Agent ,G.,T. Huggins ,Title Buildin. Jacksonville 2. Fla. Eddie Fisher. for Information call or write phone HJ-i Itchg
and file the original the office of GRIDLEY MUSIC I...
: The Name Is Registered reported yesterday. the Clerk o' the C' nit r" url nor '3:15: Mon... Eddy Howard; Tues., 1023; West Umlerslty A.... RENTALSTwe
Most farmers like to get their before the T day of April P...*.. FR :-403: FR S-l8
958 otherwise the allegations. Surjiy Gale; Wed., Luis Alcaraz;
in the. ground as early in :: GalaeTllle Florida rnedera amfarmliiked keme 1st
0"" .' -:,..J. corn I said Compaint will be taken as Thur., Rosemary Clooney; Fri., Starke. erne farm keaite Nerth efLawtey
t March as possible and will, start icnfessed by yoo Joni James. REI.P STED-11AIE< *: FEMALE em U.) *. 301. sad nmmmrrhttiaen

operations as soon as This notice anil' be published MAN OR WOMAN-To take over at Klmgnley Lake,
1 :'. \ : .' planting once each week for four consecutive 3:30: Mon., King Sister; Tues., route of established customers in
the soil dries out stifficently. Most weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
Starke. of
; Billy Vaughn; Wed, Jo Stafford; Weekly profits $50.qo
'! ", Irish potatoes and watermelonsin grsnh., or more at start possible. No car .( ,Starke .
i' Dated this I day,,of March. 1958. Th r., Tony Martin;' Fri., Larry or other investment necessary. Will Ill \. Walmnt IU. nTel. 883
the Brooker section have already SEAL
: 5 Clinton. help you get started. Write C. R.
s: : been planted. Huggins said. Charles A: Darby. Ruble Dept M-l. The J. R. Wat- FOR ASSISTANCE in filing Income
; Read This Florida Law Clerk of the Circuit CourLBy 3:45: Mon., Andy Williams; kins Company Memphis 2. Tax Returns see Charles Hutcheson,
The county agent7 reports: con- Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk Tues., Ames Bros.;' Wed., Ferlin Tenn.Up Bra4ford County Abstract Office
tinued enthusiasm on the part of S 316| ft 3127 Carroll Saturday. 2tp. 3/14
,- Husky; Thur., Diahann ; -

"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined kertk to the growers in the, Brooker and NOTICE TO DEFEND Fr!., Vic Damone. ANOTHER FOR ELROD SALE SPECIALNew5 FOR RENT-Housekeeping apart-
Starke ar as over prospects for !. Circuit fuart. Briefer Ce..'", 4:00 Mon. Caterina Valente ment. 2 bedrooms. Very reason-
engage in business as herein defined under fictitious .......... Sw ha.r.r7. ; able. Lights and water furnished.
a name as herein defined operations at their State 3 BR Home, living room. din-
improved Tues Martin Wed. Doris
Thomas O'Hara, Plaintiff vs. Mild Ray ; Ing room kitchen bath carport 210 N. Church St. Phone 265 or
.. without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the Farmers,Markets thls.s ason.,He red L. O'Hara, Defendant. Day;' Thur., Wayne King: Fri.. and storage room. Range and Refrigerator ilS-J: after I p.m. ltchg

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business urged growers in both areas to a.! *<.* iv'. A.._. Case No. 12-500 Lena Home. [ value optional id This a ranch If an type exceptional FOR SALE-1950 Chevrolet l-ton

advise his office as soon as pos- To: Mildred L. O'Hara. whose residence truck. Cattle Rack. Good condi
4:15: Mon. Dean Martin Tues. home. Down payment only 11000.-
is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit sible concerning the acreage of and address Is: Unknown. ; 00. Balance on easy monthly pay- tion. Cecil }Moore 1 mile west of
You are here II) notified that a Jill Corey; Wed., Jackie Gleason; Starke on Rt. 16. Inquire at Cros

... signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of various crops they plan to plant suit for Divorce Thur.. Johnny Mathis; Fri., The ment, -by's Store. 2tp 3/13

all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest this season.Elderly. bar above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the Hilltoppers. ReiUtered HARRY Real C. ELROD.Estate BrokerS JR. REWARD J5 for Teiu'rD of girl's

yiu are required. to serve a copy of 4:30 Mon., Del Wood; Tn s.. Nat -HP glasses. Believe lost at school. Call
,of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried four' answer or pleading to the coinS 315-W after I p.m. Up
Negro plaint on the nRilntifr, At*""!** King Cole; Wed., Five Keys;I I FOR' RENT-4 room house with

on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring Lloyd Bass. 210 .Clark Building. Thur... June Christy. :. Fri.. Jimmy- carport and screened porch fully FOR SALE-Purebred Collie pup-

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or Dies On StreetJohn and Jacksonville file the original 2. Florida in in* office of Dean. 5 furnished 504 E. on Brownlee N. Walnut or phone St. Inquireat ::64.R.FORD South pies $15.00.of Lawtey.W. E. Martin-2tp Smiles 3/13,

the Clerk of tnt Circuit Court tnl or 4:45: Mon., Gene Vincent; Tues., !Ip IllS
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four before. the i Kay Starr; Wed., Judy Garland; f FOR RENT! bedroom furnished
T day .of'April. 1958; Westing-bouse Refrigerator house. 632 Pinewood Dr. J65 per
((4)), consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county Tinothy [Bunk Albert, otherwise the allegations of Mid Thur.. Sal' Mineo.; Fri, .Elvis. Pres-. S ft. Good condition. Can- month. Contact Mrs. Mary Dally

where said elderly Negro resident of Lincoln Complaint will be taken ti confessed ey. nee at 1032 Pratt St Can buy after 1415 Daiicy St Jacksonville Fla.
registration is to be made and said registration shall not to by you Friday. Itchg Telephone BY 8-2200. ills
ttty died Wednesday morning This notice than be publishedonce 5:00: Mon., Fred Waring; Tues,

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of while sitting in the doorway of a each week for tour consecutive Pat Boone; Wed.. Pee Wee'Hunt; FOR 'RENT-Attractive modern FOR SALE Costal" E'ermuda grass

such week in the Bradford County .Tale Anthony furnished Lake house. Circulating roots. Will die* roots. J. B. While.S .
publication. East Call St.' Thur.. Ray ; Fri., Everly
building on graph. -5 heat.,.Winter rates Mrs. H. C.Benee 2tp 3/13
Bunk who has been a familiar Dated thl* '.27' day of February. Brothers. 2223.St. Johns Ave or phone

around 195*. 5 5:15 Mon.. Tab' Hunter; Tues. EV-83326. Jacksonville. 3tchg 3/20 FOR SALE OR RENT-S-room fur
handyman and yardman (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby nished house. Inquire R. F. Demo-
:If engaged in business under Starke for many years had beenin Clerk of the Circuit Court Peggy Lee; Wed.. McGuire' Sisters TWO BEDROOM furnished house rest, 266 Park Places 2tp 3/13

you are J any name Rosenberg's" store. where he Py Marian,L Crosby-, Deputy Clerk. ; Thur.. Frankle Laine; Fri.. for rent. Inquire Mrs. Golda Martin -
3/8 ,It 2/27 !35 N. Temple Ave. Itchg
complained about'still feeling bad Al Hibbler. used very "little like new. Cost
recent attack of flu. He 5:30 Mon., Kitty Kallen; Tues. FOR, RENT -- 3 room furnished 100.00 will sell for $30. See after
after I. The Circuit Curt Of FUrlda
apartment. Private entrance and 1 40* 8. Redgrave St ltp
other than your own and have not had this name left the store and sat down In the F Eighth' r Bradford Judicial roiaty.tM Clrrolt. IB.. Mi, Hal Kemp; Wed Johnny Ray; garage. Adults only. 122 N. p.m.

entrance of a vacant building. He RE PETITHON OF GEORGE I. Thur., Stan Kenton; Fri... Three Church St. Itp For Rent-3 room furnished apartment
WILLIS for of minor Suns. private bath screened porch.
was seen there by City Policeman adoption. WALL REALTY OFFERS 403 N. Walnut St. Itchg

Cornelious Moore who went to child.- NOTICE TO_ APPEAR' 5:45 Mon.'Hugo Winterlialter; ...,... h.. IB La.'. .
properly advertised and will be S Two 4 es FOR SALE-Real nice G. E. Re-
registered we summon 'a doctor. seeing that TO: HOWARD DAVID COOPER. Tues., June Valli; Wed., Dinah Gsod 1.tI.. aad .tr.. frigerator. Phone 4S7-J 337 N.
JR.. whose residence and address is
Bunk was 'obviously suffering. unknown. ." -" Shore; Thur.. Frank Sinatra: Walnut St. ItchgTOR
Tw* "'ree. ke.e U gtsrke is
When Moore returned to the You are hereby notified that a Perry Como. 3 paved .t |5M d.w> er .. dewi RENT-2 btdroom house ad-

glad t to give you all necessary Information to scene the Negro was dead. Dr. T. petition style court has by been GEORGE filed in L.the WILLIS above 6M. Third : diuon'news). 3 ffjmtmt, sad Urge ...'klF f.ymemtm lot.loins Grand school and grounds Brownlee, large Sts. corner Phone
G. Bitch said he' died as the result -! for 'the ,adoption of MARY LOU 6:15 The Service Show. 137. Itchg
-J Y ELIZABETH COOPER,: a minor,J y 6:30: Wnat-A-Burger Show. G.e4 business aettUg ever 'I'.
'a heart attack
the.petitioner GEORGE L. WILLIS. yearly ExeelleM: terms.Tkree See: Peggy at Shepherds TV or call
7:55 News and Off.
and yon are required to serve a Sign
239 for Free Estimates Drap
what should do. on
you copy -of your answer or objections SaturdaySame kernes .. U.) 301. alec cries Slip ,Covers and Upholstery.
to show cause why said petition fr..tage meat ..* se4era. C'*4 Itchg
should not be granted on petition schedule above except tersM.K .
YOU'LL LOVE .tt* new Erie* tor'. attorney Green &: Green whose lto6p.m.RoadShow.S FOR SALE-! bedroom block house.

address it 20$ Temple Are., Starke Sunday yea .ire planning ea building a Will sell reasonable 409 CenterSt
S brook purse-size fountain pens la Florida, and file the original in mew ....e. I have kerne plans avail'hie ftp
the office of the Clerk of the CJr 7:30 Sign on. Religious pro- ,for 7*:L' C*_. kr and ft*
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH eult'Court on Kr before the 7 day free emtategae.
pastel ibad Only $1W ai.Bn. of April. 1958V grams until 1 p-itu. yemr FOR RENT' -Three room and bath
'/ 1i: ":: .r Herein fail not of, a decree proconfeso" 1 to 6 pjn.-The,Sunday: Show. WALL REALTYREGISTERED furnished apartment. including
.. ford.County :Td ffrftpl. will be' entered utilities. Private entrance. Mrs. L.
6 to 8 schedule
'. p.m.-Same ..1I!'
e yen. '- : BROKER D...Green, Rallord.Rd..Pbone .286-L.
t! -- 4-- 1.. Witness my l1al14 'and' ml ot week days., .......... Be* 441 Pk*.e 487- _. Itch*

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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlKEYSTONE appreciated in this area.. ty Centennial celebration will rineland last Saturday. Scout-i'r Youtes, and E. H. Mecklem, all of .........T.T.T.TTTT..1 rison all of Ft. White visited the
An instrumental trio, composedof take place at a later date. master Myron: Prevatt AssistantWm. Pittsburg, are visitors In Key- H. M. McRaes Sunday afternoon

HIGHLIGHTS violin, flute and piano, presented New Arrival L. Reynolds Jr., and Mrs. stone, Mrs. Holl ad Mrs. Youtesare PINE LEVEL, after vention attending at Heilbronn the Singing Church.Con-
two groups of numbers. This Everett Fox drove their cars on taking a cottage in the White
was the first public appearanceof It's a son for Mr. and Mrs. the trip. All members of the Feather Court March 5 and will BIrs. H. BL McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Ophelia Moore and sons
By Mrs. J. Russell Young Frank Harris Jr. The baby born not able of Brooker spent Tuesday of last
this group, composed of Mil- Troop were to go for be there for several weeks.

..w..w............ .. .. .. .. ._ .. ._........ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..ww...... ...... .. .. .. .... .... dred Long Felix, pianist Mary L at Thursday.Alachua Feb.General 27. Hospital has been on reasons of illness, having to work, Ralph Thomas of Gainesville week Lewis with Mr. and Mrs. H, H.
Young, violinist and Axel Malm- and some being out of town but was the guest of his grandparents, Bro. Roman Alvarez brought
auditorium of the educational gren, flutist. Mr. Malmgren and named Jeffery. :Mother and homein baby those who-made the' trip report a Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reynolds Sr., I the message at the 11 o'clock Sunday visitors at the H M.
building of the Community Mrs. Young are Keystone resi- are doing fine and will be wonderful time. for the weekend.Pvt. 'service last Sunday with a large McRae home included Mr. and
Church. One hundred'and sixty a few days. Mrs A. F. Hall and daughter of
dents. Mrs. Felix is a winter visitor attendance.
Myron Prevatt now sta-
New Recreation DirectorAt HOOK N LINE
guests were seated at small tables, Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
Ind. She is the
from Syracuse Elementary School The black bass and specks are tioned at Fort Benning with the Miss Goldie Thomas of Brooker
where tea was served followingthe ert Taylor and children of Olus-
wife of the Rev Ralph Felix, retired Big things have been happening biting NOW! Reports from fishing 3rd Infantry Division, is at home spent the weekend with her
tee E.
program. the B. M. McRaes, C.
Presbyterian minister. at Keystone Heights School camps and sports centers are for a week. He expects to receive grandparents, the H. H. Lewises.
Sapps, Robert Myricks Mrs. T
Magnolia leaves formed the decoration ,
1 s' for the Mrs. Felix played two piano John Gaines of Gainesville, whois as follows: Bronson Rutledge of overseas orders in April and thisis Mr. and Mrs. Peter Graham N Norman Mrs. Sue Myrick and
The tea
table centered with numbers, performing with skill our physical education and recreation Rutledge's Fish Camp, reports a his last leave home before his and daughter, Mary and Miss Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts of
was an arrangement -
of white and pink and sensitivity, as she did throughout director, comes to us recard sale of bait over the week- departure. Thorisina Cason, and Brady Har Keystone Heights.ALVAREZ' .
t the program, playing all of highly recommended by the University end, and the folowing catches- Recent guests at Park-of-the-
gladicli and plum blossoms. Can-
with the accompaniments. of Florida College of Phy- largest weighed in, 82! pound bass Palms have included: Miss Flor- "-
dlebra lighted candles were Guests were welcomed at the sical Education and Health. He caught by Mrs. Sheets; limit ence Koialovitch of Waterville, Men's\ Clothing

placed at either nd. ,Silver services beginning of the program by Mrs. began his duties Monday, March catches by Carl Tiller of Tennessee Me.; Mrs. Margaret Goodnow I 'STORE Established 1891 III

for tea were at each end of Sara McDonald president of the 2. In addition to directing school Mr. Snellin and Roye Tyre of Atlantic City, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs.

., the table. Individual tables were Church Women. Mrs. Young, as physical education for all stu- Keystone Heights, and Walter Van Stensel Grand Rapids,
covered with white cloths and program chairman, presented the dents, he will coach girls and boys King of Starke. Lindsey Walker's Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strom,
Silver Tea Event of Last Friday centered with a small arrangement artists. team activities after school for Sport Center reports good catchesin and Miss Mabel Anderson. Floral '

The Fourth Annual Program of spring flowers. Mrs. David' Nelson was chair- competition in girls and boys all lakes in the area. John Park. L. I.; Mr. and Mrs. John A.

Tea presented by the Women of Gladyce Bachman, contralto, man of table arrangements: Mrs. sports. Karges made some good catches Henry Great Notch, N. J.; Mr. NOBODY .
sang a group of songs by contem- Axel Malmgren chairman of re- The school is indebted to O. J.I I off his dock on Lake Geneva. Re- and Mrs. Charles Tree, Racine,
the Community Church of Key-
porary composers. Formerly of servations. Stage and table decorations Murrhee. Keystone Heights mem- port your catches to Hook 'N Line Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. DeRitter..Pat
stone Heights on Friday. Feb. 28. St. Albans, Vermont Mrs. Bach- were in charge of Mrs., ber of the Clay County Board of and share the fun! terson, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Q LOVES )

at 3 p. m. reached a peak in beau- mann now makes her home in W. L. Reynolds, Sr., Mrs. J. A. Commissioners, for work, now being Govertsen Bridgeport, Conn.; Mr.
ty of setting attendance, and pro- Keystone Heights, She is a con- Williams decorated the tea table. done on the school grounds.For Keynotes and Mrs. Ralph Crocher and son, ME

gram. The tea was held in the cert artist and her work is much Mrs. Frank Walrath, Jr. with her the past several weeks, James Visiting the Joseph Steins are Winchester Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Stein's niece and husband : ,
committee. Mrs. John Himble, Knowles, Works' Foreman for the Peter Van Wingen Grand Rapids, "-W-,? '
TUCKER FABRIC SHOPNew Mrs. I. H. Stevens and Mrs. W. J. Board, and an expert crew have Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Wright, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Hall -... G
of Middleboro :
Grolick, made the tea sand been leveling the school groundsfor Mass. and sons of Tallahassee.S. '" wGJ

Drapery Fabrics Exciting, Refreshing, New wiches. Mrs. Charles T. Smithwas a play area.lt is hoped that Rev.their and Mrs. B.their'R. Weld haveas and E. McKay attended a con- : :

Designs 1000 Samples to choose from. Florals, chairman of the serving com- within the next few weeks we guests son vention of the Southeastern w

Tropicals, Conventional Designs, Antique Velvets mittee, composed of Mrs. Charles shall have new basketball courts, William daughter-in-law Weld of Mr.Minneapolis and Mrs. Chapter of American Institute of ',{.\, \

ESTIMATES FREE-Keystone Heights-Phone 2861 Tolford, Mrs. E. A. Rushton, Mrs. football and soccer field, volley- Minn. After a visit in Key West Appraisers at Augusta, Ga. last There are some service '
Richard Hackman Miss Margaret ball courts, and a combination weekead.S. ) w-
Muir and Miss Mary Ann Schae- baseball and Softball field in with their sister and her husband E. McKay entered Riverside stations where your car's L
they will return to.,
ffer.Mrs. readiness for use. Keystone Hospital in Jacksonville on Thurs- battery will be treated like .;
Heights for a few days before returning -
C. H. Haberstroh and Mrs.D. The recreation area was laid day for
SalSenior E. M C.KAY REALTOR O. Stewart poured tea. The out by Dr. Stanley, Dean of the home. surgery. a stepchild. The attendant forgetsall
-- Mrs. Lila Gibson of Reno Ne-
,- guest book was kept by Mrs. Mar- College of Physical Education, IG. about it.
vada is the guest of the Frances
Member Society of Residential AppraisersCleared garet Tracy. and Billy K. Stevens, professor, Clarks. Mrs. Gibson is Mr. Clark's GAY'SHome But not at Phillips 66 Stations! Among the first thingswe
University of Florida. These men
Lake Lots, good road, Attractive lliway Location. Rotary Committee have given invaluable, expert helpin sister. look at when you drive in is that very important
Has Steak Supper Mrs. Frank W. Harris of Miamiis
Band beaches, good shade. Low Liveable, partly furnished planning our facilities. AppliancesYour little character-your battery.We check the water
Al }Watson Club Service Chair; visiting in the home,of her son
down$1250.payment. Easy terms. home.$5,250.For Bushier property. man for the Keystone Heights Additional School Notes and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Friendly inspect the terminals,give it losing care.After

Rotary Club entertained members Friday morning, the student Mrs. Frank W. Harris Jr. all if it goes dead. so does your car.
Lake home in town. 2 BR, Ce- Rent: I'nfurn. Apt., $35 of his committees and officers of body of Keystone Heights School Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howe of Norge Dealer
ment Block. Tile bath. Car month. In center of town. Attractive the club at his home on Sunday enjoyed a unique program presented Bradford, Pa. have been visitorsin When you do need a new battery,we'll installa

Port. Neat. Good location. Good home In town, near evening at 5:30: with a steak sup- by the seventh' grade un- the home of the Dan Reamers.Mrs. NQROE APPLIANCES powerful new Phillips 66 Trop-Artic Battery, and
terms. $9,975. Mrhool, $85. mOo per out-door cook-out. Presentwere der the direction of Miss Mans- Howe is Mrs. Reamer's
well back it with written !
N. Watson Hardenbergh E. field, classroom teacher. A band sister. Mr. and Mrs. Howe are now 0 MAYTAG WASHERSCOLEBIAN a guarantee

T. Martin Fremont Tolles Fred composed entirely of flutes play- viisting their daughter in Plant Drive in and see us soon. You'll like our
DON'T BE CAUGHT SHORT! Sacher. Russell Young, Frank ed several selections and led the City. HEATERS and
I service and !
Walrath Jr., Ralph Crawford, group in singing both patriotic Mr. and Mrs. Matthias Schroe- FLOOR FURNACESWe our products
Start Saving Now For Your Next Year's Gordon Adams, Jess Lewis, Roy and folk songs. This demonstration der of Ozone Park, N. Y., brother 66' t mdenud
Watkins and AI Watson. was presented, primarily and sister-in-law of the Herman Service All Makes
-4 The planning session following show the first second and third Schroeders, are building a home Of Appliances

PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGSat the dinner brought out ideas for grades what could be done with next to the Herman Schroeders.
3 promoting better attendance, these instruments. These grades They expect to occupy their new Phone 10 JEROME JOHNS OIL CO., DistributorStarke

the plans for observing the tenth an- will be taught to play the flutes home April I, Starke, Florida Fla.

niversary of the Club, and the by Mrs. William F. Waites as Mrs. A. J. Hall, Mrs. M. D. -_ 9

KEYSTONE STATE BANK proposal to have a survey of in- sisted by Mrs. Jones and Mrs.
interests of the club for program Gornto Our school is deeply appreciative -

Fla. subjects, and means of getting the of this "extra mile" in
Keystone Heights, Rotary activities before!.thar com service by Mrs. Waites. ,.
Member F.D.I.C. HEY KIDS
munity. Speaking of "extra miles": we S l
A Friendly .Bank in Friendly Community
a should like to express our appre- nut-... .....Ji
Red Cross Drive Gets UnderwayCol. -
ciation to Mrs. William Wolfe who
Emma E. Vogel again heads
volunteered her services in coach-
the Red Cross Drive! in Keystone
ing our girls basketball team. The
Good FellowshipGood Heights. She has served, as Chairman -
girls, under her coaching won
for the past five and
years ,
two out of three hard-fought
has turned in excellent record
games from their arch rival Melrose -
Entertainment the drive having exceded the WINAr
in off-season Junior High i
goal for the past four years.
play. Mrs. Wolfe will continue
Delicious FoodAT The drive which began on Mon- working with our girls in softball
day, will continue through March. competition assisted by Mr.

THE Wprkers are organized for houseto Gaines, school physical education r
house canvassing and will be director. The community, school BOY OR GIRLS:

calling on you. Welcome the patrons, as well as the faculty ando f

METHODIST RECREATION HALL worker and have your donation l boys and girls owe Mrs. Wolfea .

ready. vote of appreciation for her untiring Win a Fully Equipped Boy

Special Council MeetingA voluntary. efforts in the
school's physical education pro- or Girl'sROLLFAST
special meeting of the Town
SATURDAY, MARCH 15 Councilwas, called Thursday Feb. gram.

27, to discuss the matter of,pur- Our band is going forward. On BICYCLE
5:30.8:00 P.M. chase of a new truck and open-. Tuesday and Friday of each week

ing of the bids submitted and to Mr. Stanley meets after school Contest is open only to residents -
discuss participation in the Clay with those interested band mem-
bers and if sound is any indication of Bradford
489 Lbs. Delicious Barbecued County Centennial. The Streets of the work being done we Countyand

Committee will make a further of Keystone Heights shall be Surrounding Towns.
study of the prices and the purchase proud of the results.

of the truck and the matter For the past several weeks, Mrs.
BEEFWith ; *
will come before the Council at Martin of the University of Florida RULES t

their next regular meeting. Fur- has been coaching some of !

ther discussion on the Clay Coun- our girls in baton twirling. Later 1. Contest is open only to boys and girls 14 years of age or under. '
All The and of
Trimmings Plenty this year, the class will give a demonstration -

KEYSTONEJEWELERS before students and 2. Winner must be a bonafide resident of Bradford County or the

Good Hot Coffee parents. I I following communities: Keystone Heights, Melrose or Waldo. %
After March 18, our addition of

Expert Watch Repairing two new classrooms will no longer 3. First prize is a fully equipped Boy's Roll. !HB ialllail h lLi a
for that date ..
be on
ADULTS $1.50 CHILDREN 75c Line a Q
Quality Jewelry bids are due. and, it is understood, fast Bike. It will be awarded to the boy who M as
Walter M. Muhlhofer-
work will follow immediately. Mr. turns in the most Sealtest Trademarks from
Knox. In unauthorized peep at
an Sealtest Dairy Products. A fully equipped Girl'sBike
the plans, reports that there will MUST BE

:: be, in addition to the two class- will be given to the girl who turns in the THIS REDTRADEMARK I

rooms, two new lavoratory facilities highest number of Sealtest Trademarks.
and a book store room. I I I

Boy Scout Honor Court 4. The red Sealtest Trademarks from the following Sealtest Dairy '

The Honor Court held Thursday -
SUPERA 'night, Feb. 27. at the elemen-! Products will be accepted: r e
tary school reveals the interest! Quarts and Half Gallons of Homogesized Milk, Skim Milk't +l

and the work of both the Scouts Pasteurized Milk, Chocolate Milk, Buttermilk and MultiVitamin lg

and their leaders. Five boys passed Milk. ..i
their Tenderfoot tests: Jimmy .ii i
McMurtry, Jimmy Fox, Johnnie 5. The Sealtest Trademark from a Half Gallon will count as two

Martin. Herbert Nelson. Jr., and points and from Quarts as one point. 1'

for a Iroadside Frank Nooney. Reaching the rankof r
.. second class also were Jimmy 6. Contest will close at 12:00 noon on April 26, 1958. Sealtest

t1! McMurtry. Jimmy Fox, and Eric ,Trademarks will be turned in at party to be held at American Legion

Redfearn., Receiving the Schol- Fairground on the same day and the Bikes will be awarded at 4:00

astic Merit Badge were Bill Ca'-- o'clock on April 26, 1958.

/u .a es and Bob Jackson.
Master of Ceremonies for the

occasion was Scoutmaster Myron START RIGHT NOW SAVING THESEALTEST

MIt.c Prevatt, who welcomed the parents .
and Introduced the Insti-
J tutional Representative. Rev. J. TRADEMARKS

Arv Russell Young, and the Committee
Chairman. N. Watson Harden-
I '' Members of the Committeeare
When riding around or distance bound, bergh.Ray Chance, Al Watson. Ask all of. your friends and neighbors to buy and save their Sealtest Cartons for You!

make frequent stops at the friendly stores Frank Walrath Jr., Ralph Craw
e displaying the Super Sue sign. Enjoy ford and H. L. Morgan. REMEMBER THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS COMES FROM SEAL TEST.
William L. Reynolds Jr. and
some good ice cream-drive on refreshed! Assistant Scoutmasters -

Super Sue is super good-it's superior.AH DonMorgan., were present and tootpart Sea/test/ Dairy Products are Distributed in this Area by L B.. Wells of

In activities

Troop 105 Enjoys Trip Starke
/ .
Popular Flavors/ Cones, Cups, Pints, Family Fifteen members of Boy Seoul t t

Troop 105 enjoyed a trip to Ma-

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Lutheran Services hrst ChristianHU.',H LA\\'TEY CHURCH OF CHRIST SL Edward'1 Church I KLNGSXJE7 LAKE FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
(presently meeting in City Hall MISSIONARY: BAPTIST LawteyA.
122. E. Washington StRegular Morning worship, 11 a.m. Sunday-Bible' study, 10 a. m., SL Edward's, Starke: Sunday E. Massey, Pastor
CHURCHNEWS serviced win be held Rev. J. El Sbferwood, pastor. worship, 11 a. mEveningYoung Sunday School 9:45: f.m. Morning
10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses,
/ :, every Sunday afternoon at 2:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. people's Bible 6:30 and 8:30: a.m. Sign of the Worship 11 ajn. Evening Bible school 10 a. m.
oclockr Sunday School and Confirmation Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. study, 7;' preaching, 7:30.: Cross, 8 Service 7:30 pja. Prayer Meeting Preaching, 11 a. m.
Friday Catechism.
L classes at 3 oclock. Wednesday Prayer Meeting:, Wednesday-Bible study 7:30p. Class for children pjn. Saturday each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
The Rev. Myron: G. Mader, pastor 7:30 p.m. m. every welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, Bible Study and Prayer Meeting -
Q:30: a. m.
,of The First Lutheran Churchof Adult Choir Radio Program Station pastor. 7:30 *
practice 6:45: pjn. pm., Wednesday.
Presbyterian Church At The TabernacleSunday Ocala, will St. William's, Keystone
conduct the Wednesday.Ladies WRGH, Monday 6:30: a. m.BrcoKlell Radio program, 8 to 8:30 a.
services. Council 1st Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto HIGHLAJwJ
and 3rd I m. each Sunday over station
Friday Adult Choir practice, at the All ; BAPTIST St. William sign Sunday Mass
messages Gospel persons without a home Tuesday nights.. BAPTIST CHURCH WRGR, Starke.
7:30: p. m.Sunday. Tabernacle were brought by the church are invited to attend. Everybody welcome to each Sunday School ll. *. m.; morn- 8:15: a.m. Holyday Mass, 7:30a
Church School for sponsor, with communion observed service ing worship, 11 a. m.; training m. Confessions before all Masses. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
all ages 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- at the morning service.A NEW RIVER union 7 p. m.; evening worship Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and CHURCH OF CHRISTC.
ship;; "Broken Things," 11 a. m. spiritual Gospel Team from BAPTIST CHURCH EVERGREEN 8 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each Jr, Minister1

Men's meeting of Western Dis- the Southeastern Bible College Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. .- Rev. Sunday Sunday School, 10
trict, Lake City, 3 p. m. Youth will be at the Tabernacle Friday ( Hour 11 a. m. Evening Serv- Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach 8 p. m. CHURCH George Chism pastor. Everybody a. m., morning service, 11 a. m.,
Fellowships, 6 p.; m. Evening Wor- night March 14. The team is com- *, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaei ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning welcome. evening service, 6:30 p. m.
ship, "Faith in Science" 7:30 p. posed of six members, and a treatIs Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. P; m. Preaching 7:3C? p. m. Prayer r 1 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Moraing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange- Wednesday- Bible study 7:30p.
m. i in >store for those who hear Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday listic services, 7:30 p. m. imiLBRONN MISSIOlVART m.
Monday Starke Social Club, them. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Wednesday Prayer :Meeting BAPTIST CHURCH
GRAHAM Service, 7:45: YPH I
Evening p. m.
Presbyterian Hall, 7:30: p. m. LATTER DAY 7:30 p. m.
for further announce- BAPTIST CHURCH Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m Sunday Schoov, 10 Morning
a. m. -
Tuesday Circle 2, Women of Services
each THE RIGHT POINT for the
ment next week.Methodist Sunday
the Church Mrs. David Montgomery MasonIc Hall in old Sunday school, 10 a.: ra. Morning Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m. Worship, 11 a. m. Evening
on E.!:
hostess Call St. Sunday : Worship, 11 a; m. TrainingUnion LAWTET: THE RIGHT POINT for the Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training way you write. Come ''in'add select -
10 a. m. Circle 1, School 10 ,
Mrs. Bill Johnson hostess 746 S. Church Service 1:30: a. m. Sacrament 6:30 p. M= Evening' Wor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn I way you write. Come in and select Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- your favorite ESTERBROOK
Westmoreland, 8 p. m. Circle 3, come.- p. m. Everyone wel- :ship, 7:30: p. m.- Rev. W. 0 ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service your favorite ESTER ROOK Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPIL
Mrs. Wi: T. Jackson hostess, 1126 Church School. 9:45 a. m. Collins, Sr., pastor. Saturday, 7:30 p. m. 1 Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH day 7:30: p.m.
W. Madison, 8 p.'mi: .Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Dine- =--- L.'. __ ._ ,
A-Mite for MYP,6:15: Sen- ..
.Wednesday Group Bible p. m. '::::= ---
ior and Intermediate Fellowships, I
Study 7:30: p. m. .. .. ..
6:45 -
p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30 _
Thursday Junior Choir practice -

3:30:BAPTIST p. in.NORTH. CHURCH SIDE p.service St.m.Mark's Nursery open Episcopal for morning :i- rafte I youri'frobtems.) to Church this week -.m u;/Ilueif eJItMe I, .

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn ... '- '- -...,
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Rev Raymond S MacBlain
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Sunday Services-9:45 a.m. I I
ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer wor-I Church School; 11:00 ajn., Morning II
Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone I Prayer and Sermon. I 1
welcome E. C. Harvey, pastor.! Holy Communion-First Sun-H :
I day, 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, -

HAMPTONCBRltfUAN 7:30 a.m. .. .
CHURCH Wednesday-7:00 p.m., Choir 4. I
Christian Endeavor: Friday 7.S Q Practice; 7:45 p.m. Litany and
I It
p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday. Bible Study. \ I
7:30:: p. m. Sunday Morning Worship Other meetings and services by II I
11 a. m. Evening Worship, announcement z1iiI! Y l

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'.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, from going barefoot or Sam Star- last month where Mr. Baker was t Gay. j yyt1 TT 1 TYT T 'YTY more. ] Thursday. Springs on Sunday
ling and Tracy Padgett from working on a project for the Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Parrish The sick of our community are Little Donald Tilley of Jackson- afternoon.

ClAY HILLby Hunting fish bait. Chrysler Corporation. Mrs. J. R. Parrish, and William IFEUBRONNBy many Clayton Crawford and Mrs. ville is the guest of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley returned -

Our community' nurse was a- Aaron Rhoden, father of Mrs. and Wanda Parrish of Palatka Lon Starling are patients in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins Thursday after spending

Un. J. L. tricld.Dd'AAAAAAAAA round seeing some of us Friday Oscar Davis 1 is in Bradford County visited Mrs. G. A. Gay Thursday. Mrs. County. Hospital,, Ernie over the weekend.Mr. their vacation visiting their chil-
afternoon.We Hospital in Starke for treat- We are happy to report that Hartey1 McCarthy Johns, Mr. McCormick, Roy Clem- and Mrs. R. A, Caldwell, dren and other relatives in Jacksonville -

AAAaAA&A&A&AA have about twenty or twen- ment. Mrs. G. A. Gay: who has been &AAA& &A &AAA "A.. .A i mans, Mrs. Henry Thornton Eleanor house guests i of Mr. and Mrs. J. and Orlando.

We were saddened again Sat- ty five hens here we wanted to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant :seriously ill, is much improved at Howdy Folks my didn't we havea I Lee.-daughter of Rev. and Jacksonville G. Caldwell.'from visited relatives Fri-in Mr. and Mrs. Raymond' Red
urday afternoon to learn of an sell but no one has decided to buy drove to Live Oak Sunday to visit I this writing. big glorious day. Sunday at Mrs Walter Lee and little Nancy Tuesday ding and little son David of Wildwood -
and Mrs.
Lee daughter of Mr.
them. They are a cross between their son-in-law and Birthday Party day.Mr. the weekend with her
other of our dear friends depart- daughter Church..Its true, the'weather was Jimmie Lee are all ill at home. and Mrs. A. C. Belche and spent
ing this life. Just after twelve o'- the Parks Barred Rocks and Reds I Mr and Mrs. Damon Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrish gavea wet:but the good dinner and.the for sons. George Robert and Fred, parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Star-
Let us remember to pray our
clock noon Cephas Godwin came i and we prefer the Rocks. Wantto especially to see their new grandson party at the Community Centerfor wonderful singing made up for it. I i spent Thursday and Friday in ling. 4

to tell us his blessed mother and hatch some for our own use born February 24. their daughter Virginia honoring Yes. I think every one will agree sick.We are glad to report that Ma- Alabany, Ga. as guests of Mr. and i Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Griffis. Miss
our very dear friend had been and for sale if anyone 'will buy Bob Parrish of Hampton was her sixteenth birthday Saturday that it)was a day of feasting for mie Clark came home from Jacksonville Mrs. Donald Turnage. Loedith Griffis and Mrs. Morris

called from this life Friday night them--therefore want the pure confined to Bradford County Hospital night. the body and. soul. Naming the last Friday. Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Sr. of Prevatt were Saturday night din-

about 8:10: o'clock. We had attended Rocks. These hens are too much in Starke from Saturday to The center was beautifully de- different, singers would be like! George Huggins reminds our Starke was a dinner guest at theJ. ner guests of Mrs. George Naz-
church and School for us to eat. they just weigh naming the dishes of food because worth in Gainesville.
Sunday Monday with pneumonia. Visitingthe corated with pink and white crepe. farmers to mail in. those crop G. Caldwell home on Tuesday
with Sister Ada just three weeks from seven to eight pounds every Parrishes in Hampton Monday there were many and they were
paper streamers. questionnaires if they haven't returned night, Feb. 25, to join in the cele-
ago. in fact had taught the class time we eat one the cats and dogs was Mrs. Wilma Parrish of The refreshment table was cov- all superb There were many same. An item of interestto bration of little Mark Anderson's CARD OF THANKSWe

she was in. She was always pre- get about half of It--and we object St. Petersburg a niece of Mr. ered with a white linen cloth and Churches represented to help usenjOY' the twelve tobacco growers,of second birthday anniversary.Mrs. wish to express our heart

sent at church services: when, she to that. They won't pay us Parrish. Mrs. Bob Parrish has also I In the center was the birthday our day. May. we take this our community and others who J. E. Edwards spent Fridayin felt thanks to all who extended
could the $2.00 we ask for them. We intend to thank all the comforting sympathy also for the
possibly get there. She has been ill at their home.. i, cake, beautifully decorated with opportunity have not put their tobacco acreagein Gainesville.Mr. ,
been in very bad health for several to set our incubator right Raleigh Brannen spent last yellow roses. singers and to extend an invitation soil bank, Mr. Eugene Crosbyof and Mrs. Inman Green and beautiful service and other acts
years most of you know she away, so will have to. manage weekend visiting the Dennis Bran- I to-them and our many visit- children were Saturday night of kindness in the loss of our
Several played by Brooker will have tobacco
din-I I
lost her left' leg above the knee some way to separate these hens. games were ors to come again whenever they loved one. We also wish to thank
nens in Lakeland and Miss Jessie the 50 people present, and plants between the 15th and the ner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
several years ago, has had to go Will some one offer a suggestion? Mae Brannen in Bartow. young can: We welcome each of you to Stringfellow the doctors and purses of the
I refreshments were served to the last of the month if the weather
in a wheel chair, but this did not Ole Man Fox'was here again I worship ,with us at our regular Joe Harden came home Fridayto Bradford County Hospital. The
i Mrs. Bob Faile spent two weeksin guests by Mrs. Parrish. permits. Understand he has several -
keep her away from the church. Saturday and Sunday trying to Church services and will be look- spend the weekend with his family of Lillian Barnes Jones.
Trenton with her grandmother beds planted near St. Augu-
take his toll of the chickensbuthe Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters and
She leaves her husband Jim Godwin : ing .forward to seeing you at mother, Mrs. Louise Harden. He
her children grandchildren didn't give us the price either Mrs. Louise Jones son of Gainesville visited the G., Home Coming next year stine. \ returned Sunday to resume his CARD OF THANKSOur
Remember if
you see me
great grand-children and other we haven't caught him yet. Where W Davis family Sunday.Mr. heartfelt thanks to aH who
The' Heilbronn Home Demon- studies at the University of
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relatives, and friends without are all of you men who like to and Mrs. G. W; Davis and stration Club will meet in the I Tampa. extended comforting, sympathyand
with husband at the
number to mourn her departure, run foxes and hear your dogs tell BROOKERBy Barbara Sue Davis attended the i home of,Mrs. Lois Cox at 2 p. m. deposit my it in the news box garageor at I Mrs. R. S. Rosier of Lowell help in our recent sorrow.:

but we should not mourn for one which way and where the fox is? Circle M Rodeo in Gainesville. Thursday the 13th. All ladies in- Mr. Bill's grocery store. spent the weekend at home with i For the beautiful service, flowers,
of God's children whom he has Can't you come and'give: chase Sunday afternoon. and other kindnesses, we are
terested in: this work are invitedto Come to church Sunday and her daughter, Mrs. Clarise Thom
called ,home from this world of again? Well we hope to work Barbara Sue Davis Mack David of Gainesville visit- attend. bring some one with bye pson. Other visitors of Mrs. deeply grateful. Thd.family of
of this out in the you.
sin and suffering. We should rejoice some near Vernie Keys
AAAALAAAALAALAAAAAAAAAAj Lavern Dyal Saturday afternoon.. Mrs. Raymond Redding and now. Thompson during the weekend
that they are gone on to future! Mr. and Mrs. B. W, Mott of baby visited Sunday with Mr. and were her aunt Mrs. Ellen Arm

their home God has preparedfor The Brooker Garden' Club spon- Hague, and Mrs. Mattie Sowells Mrs Russell Redding. TYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYY YTY strong, and Mrs. L. Wood McClel- ,FOR AEPEND4BLETermite
them. The funeral was at 2:30: sored a spaghetti supper Thurs- and Mrs: Viola Gillis visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johns' Sun- I lan and children of Plant City.

Sunday afternoon at. Long day night at the Brooker School and Mrs. Charlie Kelly Friday. day visitors were their daughter, STATE FARM Spend-the-night visitors of

Branch. Ki&S HAMPTON .Cafeteria. Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth Wheller Mrs. Lois Henson and son;. their Sonny and Tommy McLendon Control
Hazel Griffis ran in Monday After the supper the regular of Jacksonville visited son, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johns : during the weekend were Jerry
and son
morning to pick up the crochet By Mn. D. E. innAAAAALAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAj PTA meeting was called to order Mrs. S. M. Mott Sunday after- andy daughter; and Mrs. Johns': By Sirs. J. O. Caldwell Lawson from the University of s HonsehoH & OommeKiiJ'

work we had done for her, and by the president; W. E. BighamJr. noon. brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McCormick AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjCommunity Tampa and Bobby Simmons of Pest Control

tells us she has some patterns I : all from Jacksonville. Starke.
ordered1' for us to make her some Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lett and A vote was made and ..carriedto Mr.and Mrs. H. P. Townsend ol Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Club Meeting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace O Grove Spraying

E more work. Seems she did not family moved Saturday into their buy fans for the-- class rooms Bade City'and' Mr& Frank/ Tom R. L. Morgan and family was Miss The Community Club met on spent the weekend with her

know we crochet for sale, and we home in Hampton the former and a committee appointed, to kon and children of Tribey"were Delvene Morgan of Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon at the home brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and &U.FL 6-6828

thought every one around knew Lacy Wynn house, which they carry out this' project., the weekend guests of Mrs. Groov Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parker of Mrs. Medford Shealey with the Mrs. Dan Bryant in Jacksonville.Mr. .

purchased several months ago. A committee was also appointed er Thomas. Jacksonville- visited Mr. and president, Mrs. Milo Seigler, pre- and Mrs. O. E. Crosby were Florida Pet Control

this.We received some clippings and They have been living on Highway to select officers for the new Mr. and Mrs. Carl; Thomas of Mrs. Henry Thornton Sunday. siding. Routine business was visiting their children, Mr. and & Chemical' Co.u

pictures from some friends in 301, west of town. year and make a full report at Gainesville visited Mr. i and Mrs' Mr., Keith Reddish and Mrs. transacted. Mrs. J. B. Godwin the Mrs. John Spence in Jacksonvilleon .

Alabama Saturday showing the Mrs. Avory Slade and children the meeting in March. Tim'Thomas' Sunday, Freeman! Crosby' were Thursday finance chairman, told of plans Saturday.Mrs. N. W. Ittb Av..

snow and ice they had there dur- spent last week in Maxville with After the meeting a programof Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'Wilson and visitors in Jacksonville. for( giving a beautiful.relish set a L. B. Cooper and Mrs. A. GaIatwvtDe; Florida-

ing our cold weather here. Snow her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M music was presented by the baby of Jacksonville were the Mrs.) Annie Kelly's Sunday Stanley Party bonus premium as J. Green attended the sing at

twelve inches deep icicles forty Greene while the Blades' young- Glee Club under the direction of Saturday night guests, of Mrs.I guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larson a prize to a lucky person at a

feet long, thermometer registered est daughter, Mary Claudine; was Mrs. Henderson. Groover Thomas; r.Mints and son of Jacksonville. meeting in the near future. Mrs. Thafs Our Business
twelve degrees below zero, and we in St. Vincent's'hospital in Jack- Joyce Suggs of Gainesville was Jo Ann Thomas of Jacksonvillewas Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious Moore Shealey and :Mrs. R. M. Cadell,

thought we were cold here in sonville1 for treatment. They re- visiting friends in Brooker Thurs- 0 the weekend guest of her visited Police Chief Thornton in hostesses, served sandwiches, If It's Glass We Hare Itf

Florida at fourteen above! We had turned'home to Hampton on Friday day night. father, Troy Thomas; the St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack- cookies, coffee and cocacolas.The CALL WRITE or VISIT
thought we would rather go back: and Mr. and Mrs. Greene Mrs. Pearl Raulerson of Pa- sonville Sunday afternoon. next meeting will be held on I
farther north to get warm but we were dinner guests here on Sun- hokee, Mrs. H. P. Jainey, and We are proud to welcome our Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs the second Wednesday in March. .y

believe we will stay in Florida foi. day. Mrs. S. M. Mott were supper: community Rev. and. M s."n presentthey King HarOld Norman were Mr. Norman's Mrs. Cora Harris, sister of Mrs.R. Joe Peters Glass( Co.
and son 01 Illinois. At me
the present time! Mrs. Ola M. Perkins moved' to guests of the Mack Collins family residing at the home of; mother, Mrs Leon Norman M. Markham, is making an extended -" ,
We are having so much rainnow I her new home' on Blanding Road Wednesday night. are and and'children of Miami. visit with her sister at FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Pmholster were
Mrs, Rosa
we will have to build us a in Starke last week. She has been Nell Oliver of St. Augustine, the Sunday' dinner guests of the Happy Birthday is extended to Heilbronn Springs. We Design Modem Store Frost

mud boat to use in the yard, but living in the C. L. May house on Mrs. Amanda Lewis. Jean Endi- A. L Mann family. Bill; Reddish, who celebrated his Mrand Mrs. Millard Blowers of lost Mail Ur A' Pattern tar

that doesn't keep the childrenPlumbing Church St., Hampton. cott and Barbara Sue Davis were : birthday Thursday When his age Battle Creek Mich., who are vacationing Table Tops
t Moor'of Alaska Mrs
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and shopping in Gainesville Saturday Bryant was- asked it was discovered htoo in southern Florida,
I a31tL I son James Home, visited the O afternoon. Noon Mott, Mrs: Felia Moore, and like Jack Benny is now "40'May were dinner guests of Mr. and 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fix. Phone Fit: 2-4353

At D. Gays in Dunnellon on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bighamwere iuford-- Moore were visiting I God bless you with many Mrs. J. G. Caldwell at noon on
Its Best I relatives in Fort My-
friends and --
V James Home is spending a few in Miami on business over ... ... .. "
All Types Plant City, Pine < ,.y'. ,
| ers; Lakeland. ; -: : 'l ; ,> : }.r. ".
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'S3 "" days this week with Mr. and Mrs. the weekend.Mr. > .
J 1 Island and Clermont last week. "1 ..'lr. #),r4",.....,.!.1.. 't.M'..:".. ;:;, Z4. : . . ,;...f. : .. ... ,.. .., ..' '
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Elmer Gay'in Ocala. "' ... t :. : Y" "
Economical and Mrs. Lloyd Wood. Craig "".. J.,f. 1\ $<:-<." ,o .. ..::..C". .,. ... '''"x.>:i ) '*. .. ,..'"
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,r _: Prices Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban of Wood, Dickie Davis; and Mr. and Mr.. and Mrs J. Rl Mott: Per-and .. :-:: '."-&U<; : ::. :'.,.. :,:t...;...,,,';:t.':' ,''.:.' ''. ., : ... .. :}... F. '. >>.0.<:1>""..). ..,.,:..:.'_ ..... .'7'.-.'' :' J"_'P-,":" ,.,V,:{"" "",. .. y.-1t"1.l. ,,:,\:-..
Brook .
Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mrs. G. W. Davis were fishing at children visited Mrs. /..;).. ::- ..; >:l: : <':; '. .:: ; ., .' J.... p. ':::1.. y.. .. < < ." :' '/A. .'" : w ;;. .wI .
i Boyett of Valdosta; Ga, visited Lochloosa. lake ryman in Gainesville Sunday,, '.4.::... .,;:.'* &:;\;... .::,dj .J<:<::;..<;:. ::.,, ,...xx.: .. .. f X", .. ..:. f., f' '; .. J: # .'.Vy..

Saturday.Mrs. ,
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Installation and Service with Mrs. J. L. Williams,Sunday. Charlie George of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Cassey Atkinsonof kit b.'t-i.t5.x.ia :A.f."c; l '" ,.::4' "' '''Seew .<, '.w' .J ,,Me z'. ." .. e.w <' ..; 40 lo
Of All Mrs. George Cottman of Ocala fam- Apopka visited Mr.. 'and Mrs.C. .. .. ''.?$..f.'r. ...:. ... .
Types visited the G. W. Davis .. ".. .
u I visited recently in Hampton with ily Saturday afternoon.Mr L. Atkinson arid1 Mir.-and Mrs. ..,'... ... .;.ai.M'...,.:.{>X ..".J"'d. *.y.'''........,.1t'.;...: .....'',.... .. ... :.. .;,:.. ......... ......... .. :..:.: .. ,.,.:..... ".,,'.. ,.."...... .. ',
Plumbing & Heating ........""'=- ...' ." .t ,,;t'....1t.t.{.. ?t.oN..y. t.:.Sk. ',,'p., ..::...: '...." : <:;'.:..'". .. .. ....... .. . :,. ""
her 'sister) Mrs. Jessie Chastain.Mr. and Mrs. L. L., H rdee'of Earnest Russ over the weekend. :;<" >I+: t. <: ". ...". ..f. ''Iri .., ,,.<- .
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and Mrs D. H. Crawfordand jones " Jacksonville and Les Hardee Jr. Mr., and Mrs. R. Jl: and ," '; :,.l .:.:<.. y ... : ,'
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daughters were in Jacksonville of Parris Island S. C. were week- Hazel Jones were] weekend guests I !k j:: "< ?' j' .t.

CO. Sunday for. the tenth birth- end guests of the W. E. BighamJr. of the Earl' Gordon family in'I I Ipalatl ,r4ik:: :'he..ii;:.;.'" rt: .ra.. .,',3.tt..... *: t.. ,l far
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day of Ricky Hall. family. & The Gordons 'and sonS ?i.JJt.. ., '1. ", "
118i Court Street '
PHONE 514-J Mr. and Mrs. James Baker and Little Cherie Hinson has returned visited Mr. and Mrs. Earnest. Russ 'i ;1=: *t ..

son left Sunday for Detroit, after home after visiting her Sunday afternoon: ... ... ... .
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Night'Call Collect 2S96 spending the weekend with her father in Olsmar for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Russ, Mr.;
; parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker. '
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and and Mrs. C. E. Atkisson, and Mrs.|
Keystone Heights' They have been located at
sons of Jacksonville' were week- Minnie Atkinson visited'.the Sun
Desdin near Pensacola, for the end guests of Mr. and Mrs. G: A; ny Dukes family 1 in Lake Butler*

SaturdaY afternoon. triW ==
i Those of the 4-H girts attend- -- -
( ing Rally Day in Starke'Saturdaywere ;qI'

'.' ............. .-...... : Hazel Jones Mary Jane

Come out of the "Gaslight Era"! and Patty Bigham.. Ann Gainey

"* '..*. ,a Gracie and Betty Allen, Shirley ;:
**& Tetstone, Judy Kelly; Linda
. live better, ELECTRICALLY!, ,: Green, Virginia Parrish; Barbara

and Janice Green;
Jean, Brenda
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'."y : Ruth Mann and Annetta Mott.

. j. A3c Kenneth Parrish of Tyndal i, fasti,>

AFB was home for the' weekend
1 I#. '.. j, and celebrated his 19th birthday
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; with his parents and grandparents -
: : ;t': -. on Sunday.
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- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin' JohnsOn'

f visited Mrs. Lomie Rainey in Lake -'/

f fy; Butler Sunday afternoon. il a.
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By Mn. Lacy ,Noroum

M ? and Mrs. Floyd Norman and

I son visited friends and relativesIn

i Glen St.1 Mary on Sunday. -.w.oils aw db a........leri-L.lkt
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Mrs. Charles Mosley of Jackson- .4o
_ ville spent the weekend with the '

1 L.of M.Sanford. Normans.Mr. and :Mrs were:. Wflf supper ord guests Dinkins of Ifs like getting back 15$ on evgaidollil 1/!/

,.,, ,t" the Lacy Normans.E. .

I .. C. Harvey of Whitehouse Here's the biggest saving! story of the (with no to 300 np) and you get as mach :

-r visited friends here art Friday. year!And here's why. as 15$ better gas mileage, tool! That's because

Rev. George Chism and wifeand Ford's a special gas-saving rear axle ratio
all'starts dream of
visited the It with new a
son the ?signed to give you all the savings of"buitiin" -' -
drive called Cruise-0-Matie. .. newest
Lacey: Normans. overdrive COME nt,ACIOD{ TST A;
: : The W.:C. Hardees of Callahan most versatile, most automatic of them all! economy.

visited Beedie Norman; who has Two new driving ranges let you choose.your And based on factory suggested retail CRUISUUIm.nstarts )

3 been seriously ill, on Thursday.Mr. for the road conditions that exist. For delivered prices, a Cruise-O-Matic Ford is

and Mrs. R.- E. Sapp and example, in most'of the driving you'll dog priced lowest of the low-price three with

children" Green Cove' Springs you can take off lively as a spring lamb} ,if comparable equipment 58' FQRD

\,. were supper guests, Saturday of you wish. And on snow,' ice or any slippery So, with Thunderbird go dowttto* ..
the Lacey Normans. road surface with the extra driving .
range earth Ford's
ga saving! traditkojaOBOIG '
from here attended the J. sure-footed that .t __
Several starts are
you cap get
ally low prices and high resale return -
funeral of Sister Ada Godwin steady and silky-smooth;
you have the best reasons is the world to
j Enjoy THE BIG DIFFERENCE Branch.Sunday afternoon at Long I. Vow, team this all-new automatic with male ycrosetf r deal aa'a<'beautif & new } '

Labs Fordt .
Bill Pendarvis of Lawtey visited Ford new TJumderb' d.powered V-8

/. Cook ELECTRICALLY! the Lacey Normans Sunday afternoon -

%,f Yes, indeed...fast, cool dean electric eoolanf does so mach *> l&fca Happy. Birthday to Callle Griffison :

R4 the bad of meal-getting. Fact is, the more you put thrifty Suaiib.Serrfc. I ., March 2. And ws Motor Co

Electricity to work all through your house, the better you-and your fenuJyw21 Brother Arvis Crews of Mac-
J live.How about vkiUnj your electric appliance deafer today? clenny visited the Lacey; Nonnns

t Thursday Don't forget afternoon.Sunday School and !MADISON.AND ADAMS STS.. PHONE 118 STAHKE, FLA.TB'UJtSDAT.IWtCH :'
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r OP FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPAI1 you.Church on Sunday.. ; Be. ,looking for !A1 A UTTER BUY iH A USED Cll, OLTEllCL. BI SU1110 SLf 0111 '' f R S ytlGl4':

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, NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED be present. The,chapter is Inviting we will return to our church for j Ij t a
applications from women service. All members and friendsare y'a
t I
! CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY who are wives or sisters of Master invited to attend. Sister Wil-

Masons to join. We have 20 mem- helma Strong, reporter. I
By Ozora J. Shell bers now but would like to double Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church I

....&&&&&&&&........... & & . . . this number if possible. A uniform Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church
---------&AAAA.& I type of dress will be used, so if Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will 1
PleaseIn tributions for American Red you are interested make application ,hold regular Trustee Day services y. i r tij
the recent Polio Drive credit .'Cross. Your Bradford County now so_that your dresses :on Sunday starting with Sunday 1I
was not given to Mrs. S. C. Price, Chapter is depending on you to may be ordered before the spring. I School at 10 a. m. Supt. Irene I
principal of Thurston School and enroll during Rev. Roosevelt
I this month. Accord- was named Assoc- Thomas in charge. At 11 a. m.
her teacher Mrs. D. B. Jackson, ing to the Drive Chairman. Mr. iate Patron at the last meetingby sermon will be delivered by the
for raiSIng $54.95 through coin Rabb, the Kick-Off for funds will Worthy Matron Mitchell, while pastor; '3 p. m. A. C. E. League.
card collections by the.pupils and take place around March 15. Plan Bro. Elmer Shell was named Miss Fannie Bell Frazier. presi

sale of potato chips. Chairman now to put Red Cross in your Trustee. The chapter is very hap- dent, in charge; 4 p. m. Mission-
1.. M. Royal indicated that the budget for to have four
this month. We have py male members, ary meeting at the home of Sister frs
total was wrong in last week's had a severe winter and disaster other'men are invited to join. All Hilda Bell Morris on the old S
paper, which was $412.83. Many has known no bounds and you members are asked to come to the North Lawtey Road. All membersare 1
thanks to all persons who helpedto will find the Red Cross is alwayson meeting and clear up all financial asked to attend. On last Sun- ui
make this drive a success..Get the scene of action. Last year obligations. Ranell English, re- day little Rabana Lucretia Lee
your Polio immunization shot to Principal C. C. Anderson of Law- I porter. was baptized. Rehearsals for the
day. tey led the drive to an all time It. J. E. PTA children's choir and Crusades for SAVE 140

Basketball TournamentThe high in contributions Mr. Rabbis The regular meeting of RJE Christ are still being held by
recent district tournamentof hoping to get him to accept this PTA was held Wednesday night Sister Pellum, assisted by Sister
Class B was held at Murray responsibility for another year. with President Marion Dell in Givens. Parents are asked to send !
High School in St Augustine. The Watch this column for further in- charge. A report from our dele- the children each Monday, Wed-

RJE Tigers and Tigerettes were formation. gate Mrs. Sophia. Royal past nesday and Friday. Rememberour Snowdrift
eliminated. During this weekendthe Birthday Party president, was" given. The PTA sick in your prayers and'con
State Tournament of this Not really a George Washington Congress was held in Palatka tributions. This is really where
division of Class B will be held at but Clifton Strong was given with Mrs. Dorcas Saunders presi- true missionary work begins. FO Ohl'OD 5
the same school. Peck High of his 12th birthday party on our dent, presiding. Evening worship promptly at 6 ST

Fernandina Beach will enter for first president's birthday. He hadas Mrs. Royal reported a very fine p. m., E. J. Givens, reporter.
state honors and several'of the his guests 53 little friends and meeting of the State PTA. Mrs. Calling all other church reporters Prices Good Thru Sat., March 8th r lB.' C
other teams that won runners- neighbors of Lawtey and Starke. Marion Dell, president; E. M. which include: Bethlehem
up and consolation trophies. An- He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. N Quantity Rights Reserved CAN
Kennedy, reporter Freewill, New Hope, Mt. Moriah,
derson Junior High played Bryant Samuel Strong of Lawtey. Games Church. NewsEbenezer New Bethel. Mt. Nebo, Church of X
Academy of Yulee on Monday were played on the lawn and refreshments Baptist Church I
'I God and Christ; Mt. Pisgah,
night in a thrilling doubleheader. were served by the I,
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. Antioch, Calvary, Philadelphia
coaches to niece of Mrs. Strong. Frankie
The be
are con- Bell. Clifton Robinson pastor, held regular ser Lawtey, Mount Zion, Macedonia, LOW PRICES plus
gratulated the fine received many
on progress very
vices all day Sunday starting with Hampton and others. Let us tell
they have made for the first year useful gifts for which he thankshis _
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt.H. others what you are doing for
In competitive sports. The game many friends. All guests left
Bryant in charge. The spirit God.r.TTTTTYYYYYTTTTYTTYTTTT.
was called by Coach Shell. On reporting a very delightful party. : '
was .high all day with the even- "
Thursday night Lincoln High of Carnation Club fll Green Stamps '' i ; '1-
ing I.
sermon setting the membership ,
Gainesville will play RJE girls Members of the Carnation Social ... : ,w
on fire. Rev. George Lee and
and boys. The general public is Saving Club will worship with! of
I many hismembers worshippedwith NORTH SIDE
invited to .attend. members of New Bethel Baptist - .
Boy Souls Church on Sunday, March 9.! visits.us. We always enjoy their RICH FULL FLAVOR VAC PAK | f'r" .r f 1
The pastor is asking all -
Choir No. II is expected to singe By Mrs Carl Brown
The Boy Scouts of Troop 71 : members and auxiliaries to enroll
have started making plans for th according to Deacon Willie Green,i iI I for the State, Baptist Convention U...&&&.&&A&.A
baseball According to president. All members of the I '
season. which will convene in Daytona Ld.
Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall Sr. club are asked to be present and April 9. All members are asked to North Side WMU met at the ASTOR COFFEE CAN 59C
the group will be assisted this in uniforms. Mrs. Corean McNeil attend an important Church home of Sister Myrtle Alvarez
year by the American Legion Post president, Mrs. Pauline Marshall, Conference meeting on Saturday last Monday night for their

814. Many'impqrtant things have reporting. night before the third Sunday in monthly business meeting. The
been ordered already for the team Heroines To Meet this month as business of vital Spirit of the Lord Jesus was evi- THE WONDER MILK FOR ALL YOUR COOKING : -
They will be assisted by commit Ruth Court No. 18 met last importance must be transacted. dent by the cooperation and fellowship t
tee members which will include: Wednesday with Most Ancient Ranell English, reporter. shown by the nine ladies
E. Graham E. Shell. H. Brooks, Matron Sophia Royal in charged First Born Church present. Much work was plannedby 00
H. Young L. Kelly W. Bass an The plans for Grand Lodge in First Born Church Elder F. the president Mrs. Orene Cow- PET MILK 8 TALL' $1
others. Charles Covington reporter I April were discussed by the group Howard pastor will hold regular art, and we covet your prayers CANS
All members are asked to pay services on Sunday starting with and presence that we may advance -
Community Charities CBA and Grand Lodge dues. Church toward the mark of the
School at 10 a. m. At
January was Polio drive month Dell Chapter Meeting 11:30 High Calling which Is in Jesus
the sermon
morning will be *
and February was the month for The Dell Chapter of Eastern delivered by Pastor Howard; at Christ; The refreshments served WASH DAY MIRACLEt; LYKES TASTY

your donations to the Heart Fund. Star 168 will meet tonight with 3:30: p. m. the pastor and members by the hostess were thoroughly GIANT I TIDE % 59c LUNCH MEAT 312-01.
March is the month for all con- Worthy Matron Janie S. :Mitchell I will worship at the Church of enjoyed. :, Cans

We shall observe the week of "
March 3 to '1.as Week of Prayer STAR.KIST LIGHT MEAT JENNY BROWNe

Save 1 for and' Home pray with Missions.us. Please Those come wh TUNA FISH Na'h Can 29e APPLE BUTTER 2 18.0x. j. 39cI0
can't come join us at home with


Ie win Brother supplied Gerald Sunday Suggs morning of Bald and BIS I QUI C K 2 20-01. Pkg s. 49c "33" BLEACH Yi GaL ;; 29c

evening. Everyone enjoyed the

3-T SUPER-CUSHION message. .. f?' %f ; l"I' "' ."" .
Sorry to hear that Mrs. Gerald
Suggs and children have measles.
y I We wish them a speedy recovery.

A We had a wonderful blessing a
last Thursday evening. The men

EAR sage was brought by Rev. Mallardof
GOOD/, Georgia. He was accompaniedby

a friend, Mr. Silcox. 1.

The Oscar and Richard Carters
visited Mrs. Carrie Smith at Dade
1 City and the Ken Franks of Lake

Rugged dependability at a '. land, last Sunday.
Saturday the John Aguiars of

rock-bottom price %_ ,ft. Jacksonville visited relatives here.
Little Karen Martin celebrated
her second birthday anniversary HEAVY AGED CORN FED MATUREBEEF

I last Tuesday, with ice cream and I
cake, at her home. Enjoying the I
occasion with her were her grandparents

s :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gulf rs, SALE!
r Mrand Mrs. Carl Thomas, Granny
Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
a Brown and children, Mrs. Ed
{JO i i S g:
pW Ol Olld g wards, and her uncle Joe Griffis.
I recoppabb MN .z. and Carl Thomas of .
: a: w Mr. Mrs. -- \ T T : -
k, Highland had as Sunday dinner ,. .
4 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Don Luke of
c cs Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.

Fits most Plymouths,. .. k Carl Happy Brown Birthday and children.to Dean Ben SIRLOIN STEAK LB.79C

Fords, Chevrolets, r nett who celebrated last Tuesday.his seventhanniversary .

Hudsons Nasties Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp were .
x recent dinner guests of Miss Dora FLAVORFUL -- TENDER DELICIOUS

and Studcbakcrs, .' y< .3 Clark.Let us all remember Sunday C HUe K R 0 A S T Lb. '* 59e 7" cut RIB ROAST Lb. 6gc

.ka. School at 9:45. Morning Worship
<. : 11, Training Union 6:30: Evening TEMPTINGLY TENDER SMOKED
. 0 Exclusive 3-T Cord Body is Worship 7:30. and Prayer Serviceon '
r Wednesday at 7:30. Will be CLUB STEAK 7' i '79c
more resistant to shocks and looking forward to meeting you Lb. SLAB BACON LLb. 3ge

bruise! at these appointed times.
We missed J. C. and Irene An MORTON, APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCOANUT "_ z
jft Tough, 'durable construction derson last Sunday. Sure hope J.'
mean longer,' safer mileage i! they are feeling better and all Fruit Pies 2''fOt $ 1

J9 Extra tafe-stop-start traction others who were absent becauseof ,
illness. We wish them a speedy
from famous Stop-Notchtread recovery.YTYTTTTTTYYTTYY..TTYTY'. MORTON ROAST BEEF, TURKEY ;,

design! -. .,: or SALISBURY STEAK.Dinners .
t. k a 2
lilt ..HI1I1II.... 1'j RISING />'
r- ..
...... II PlJIMIIt w. $ r ; FROZEN RITERolls
ONvnM. Both mi 11- By Mrs Gordon Jones

IMI skw. r Get- a A&A&AAA&&AAAAALA&A&&AALittle &rk 39CSOU. Ice Cream

'w 1M fa..4It.w.. ,.,. .: i r .. M i Buy now. -{ Reeda Lewis accompaniedher

grandmother, Mrs. C. L. BEllE FROZEN DEVILEDCrabs

: FOUR for as M'* Atkinson, to Auburndale for a Pkg 1 .
yilta TIN $14 visit with friends and relatives.Mr. 99c 2 c
ak rte, -- and
Mrs Casey L. Atkinsonof
hMM1..Mulw.-: :I > as $125 a vveet// Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. CART 0 N

ft fM tax wrf ...." .{* Mr*. .. .. oi-: r \ Carroll Atkinson of Brooker visited EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS

.-----. -- -- Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman Apples 4 lbs 49
Robert and Joe Norman, and Mr.

and Mrs. Thurman Jones and -

sons of Starke attended funeral il SWEET JUICY ,*: ,
services for Willie Jones in PlantCity '

Service Station daughters.last and Sunday.Mr. were Mrs.Sunday.Reed Lewis guests and d [ Oranges 5 6AG lei 39c ..

SEEBER D. GOODMAN her parents, Mr.: and Mrs. C. L

II Atkinson Mrs. Ophelia-of Brooker.Moore and sonsof I L.\\'D O* SUNSHLVE Pure Butter 1 LB qrns. S9cr

--" ._- -__ -- BroOker visited.the. E. C. Lewis
; ..- .-e -_.._... family. Tuesday.. ....


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