Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01489
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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 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01489
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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r '> ". : \L"_ f i-,.,;',. 1 1v 40 & 8 Wreck Here SaturdaySeventeen I f k .:; .

candidates were initiated l- end red paint and wearing "r iok"

into the 40 and 8, American tuits made of genuine feed sacks: ,
Legion honor and lull society, in and straw sun hats, the PG's were
i "wreck" staged here last Saltrc lept in line by members of me i i ; ,

ay afternoon and evening. wrecking crew arm d with billets, $ X! l
i Highlight of the initiation vis tnd a cowboy bullwhip wield*;1 by
x par de at 4 o'clock when the Whipping Boss: A. J. Thcmaj Sr,
L. ,rA 17 PG's [Poor Goo's 1 were herd-I', After their brief incarcer2'.'l.1 i
>c down Temple Avenue, throut'1! ui the city jail, the PG's 'I ce i

t he business district, and on tore I taken to the Legion home whet I .
Cay Hall, where they \yicocked I they vere given supper to loftliiinfm ; I
in the tity jail for an un- for the remainder of tie

..omfo table! 45 minutes. [arduous initiation that continued i ..
With faces smeared with Iwck [Continued on Page Four] -- .. -. -".
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layer Chained Parade Pose At Jail Gate Mayor Locked


Madison St. Baptists Break Ground d; Every Week

Official County Publication Established In 1879 I

Launch Bond Issue For -Building -, .

I the bond and depositing bond For Bond Election S, t At SRD Budget Meeting
the bank, the bank will put
) the remaining 80 per cant

"jn cney the purchase immeaately: price,:available makirg u.t'.. Board Firms ,. .?,pia':. I

:: ., church. for construction pur- Up sA I II CommissionersPlug

Thcmas said tint this plan II I

have a wide appeal to lilt

.cf ;int. and from it an;is investment expected that rt.'Ji'iiic* April 19 Date I 301 South

r5 ooo issue will be taken I:.

Two teams were organized ';i I _
sale of the bond issue, with A. I The April 19 date for th especial' Funds for acquiston ')! rightofway -

I. Thomas Sr. captain of Group freeholder election on a proposed for the future four-laning of

: : I &nd J. F. Jaudon, Group 2. Freeholder's 1450,000 bond issue for sch'.ol Powers Raps U. S. 301 south of Starke to Ala-
construction was definitely CI.'O- f chua County line was in top poSition -
fumed by the School Board in a en the "want-list": resolution -

( :: [ Crosby Elected Re-registration special meeting here last Sat Jr- I Balky Owners submitted by the Bradford

day.A. Board of County Ccmmisioners,
resolution calling the elec 'ot1. : meeting with State! Road Depart-
Rotary Head was passed by the board, and put-; Who' 'Will% Benefit'A ment officials in Gainesville last
Closes a FridayFriday lication of the legal notice starts I Thursday.
.. this week in The Telegraph.If .
Although the commisioners
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enough freeholders vote t(> few the request high priority, there
a landowners/ north
: March 14 is the final make ,the election legal, and a majority Starke FFA Livestock Judging Champs 301 11.1 I is little hope of jetting the project .

o are severely impeding th
Gay for freeholders, registe far of those voting are affiim- I I under way in less; than two
&w. the: spec>:al school bond election ative the bond issue wUl be floated Pictured above the members of in a field of 135 teams judging acquisition of right-of-way in Uiepiogram I Sears since the county is now

< ? if; be held Saturday ApriJ 19, the to finance the following redO- he Starke Chapter FFA Livestock e'uuble rings of swine, beef, and for four-laning L,U $1,050,000 "in the hole" on secondary
School Board decided last Saiacay. vation and new construction program judging Team that won the SM-3 dairy cattle, they received the Ro-; stretch of road District 2 R.-a-!! funds, with no possibilityof

$ I a k in county schools: Championship in the recent CG.UFCiition taking Trophy and a Rosette ue5cuted Board member Earl Powers told! borrowing additional funds un-
5 # Supervisor of Registration Marian Brocker Junior high Ren- : at the Florida State Fairitt by the Florida State FuirA. til the debt is substantially re-
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L. CrOsby; said that her cake: ovation and paining existing row-Buddy, Jcnes, D. Ri ,-h .*sociation. Bradford County officials in duced. The $1,050,000 includes the

I will be open! in the courthouse buildings purchasing necess '1' Green, Jerome Griftis. 2nd ror- In addition, the Starke team I':.Uiinesville last Thursday, recent advance by the State

r t\\o additional hours, from 7 L'J bp. equipment, enlarging and improv- Tcmbo Smith and Bobby N Jf. :cccred 495 out of 600 points to:: I "If the State Road Dept. LJ togo Road Dept. of $485,000 for the acquisition -

m. en Friday, the last'day, for ."? site $20,000.Lawter men win top honors in swine judging::: through with the project, the! of right-of-wzy on 301
the convenience of late rejs- Junior High -Rerouting The team members judging bar: ( and will represent Florida at the ntitude of these people will hue : rorth of Starke.

trants. and painting buildings, purchasing cattle' and swine were Smith. Norman Auerican Royal Livestock shOT in t o change,"' Powers declared. He \ The original $1,300,000 indebt-
I School Pupt. H. P. Morgan said;:! necessary equipment o&':tr and Jones; while those judg- Kansas City, Mo next October. said h; has become: "most edness, incurred for secondary
I yesterday that failure to regime. : impiovin; site, $20,000; construction mg dairy cattle were Green, Nl rn Tney will,receive $350 in expense i,," about the situation. b'j projects in the county during the

3, I Ix lore the deadline does not' mean of new eafetorium' $30,0* ::"; :m, and ,Griffis. Money toward the' trip, awavoed PQwers, though not naming I t-dministration: of Acting Governor -
that the freeholder will be unkbieto > construction of two new clao annually by the State Conuofe-
'cubjects'Ot"lrts remarks said that Charley E. Johns, had been
:, The Starke team posted an cx'eilent -. ,
vote'in the borioTelectioh. iht corns, $2000.Starke 4 'ioner of Agriculture, NaG:an
'; they are persons who stand i-j reduced in three years to $565.000
of of
t' score 1407 a possible -
law provides that any quah'u-c Elementary Ccr- :Mayo. benefit most from the improve- before the last $485,000 was bor-
t .t erector who Is a freeholder,' will ,ttruction of new library, $20.003 1800 points in the center. Joe Wood is the advisor of the lent of the road. Later he stat.d ,owed. Originally is was believed
Le permitted to vote in the bn'd Bradford High School Con- For winning the championship htarke FFA Chapter. that they were two or three mote: I j io take 20 years to pay off the
A. L.. Crosby, Jr.. administrative flection if he 'l?, t.I Ftruction auditorial
brings' proof of new owners: who have let it be knt vii ?I,300.000 issue with the county'sroal'e
at the :Starke National I I \-e' is a property owner with hl:n 1130,000. Curtis McGee I Firemen Save that they are not going to actt of the seventh cent gas

::. armory was named presi-. to the polls, Morgan"said.Such New Elementary Schr: of the :Starke: notary r proof may consist ,c! a [Starke Erect new school In fleeted substantially each year however
\ Captainagers cooperation of ;siccessfiry
U. T. deed tax bill in his for Starke to include six
Wednesday. Huggms I name or near the indebtedness his been reduced
The Starke Fire Dept. not o :sy .- to brit; about succj:M.c
vice-president elect. Bradford County property, or hen classrooms, cafetorium, and 'il-
I much faster than planned.Other .
? Of BHS :ul completion] of the project, toe
'I raved thebarn but also some .f

make affidavit to tnat .
!\y an fines $110,000.RJE
r 'I The new otficers will take ovei tad member stated. iecondary projects requested -
effect. School [colored the old mule's feed Monday ar'er
High ,
; I the beginning of the Kotarj the Commi;ion's reso-
r : I 'E'ar, next July 1. This ruling was made on ajviceof Construct five new classrooms, Curtis McGee, a iirlS senior and noon. The fire was m the barn of "People all over Florida have lution 'ereDIstrict :
the bond attorneys of Pierce 50000. three-year letterman, was honor- Dan Thomas in Reno and tt made sacrifices in Cutting money
1 Elected!: to serve on the board oi:r r 1-A road leaving U. S.
CalT SOn & Whulbern, finan:a! Anderson Junior High, Lawfcy, ed Tuesday night in being elected :iremen got it under control sun: into Bradford County which couldbe 301 about a mile south of Law-
beginning in July 11 1 "
: to advisors to the School Board in i Colored J Construct new cfe- by) his! teammates as captam of enough to prevent some of the used somewhere 'Ise, he stat- fey and running westerly a distance
Crosby and Huggins.
c' the proposed bond issue, and cot. +o>ium, 30000. The site for the the basketball team for the sec- hay from burning. ed, referring to ,the advance which of approximately three and.nehalf
K. e!*. mondson! 1". T. Wo-
the has
l/Iies with Ids[ ] of Starke elementary scat*. toeHtate .
sub-section See new ond straight year. miles to Heilbronn
The-only use anybody find
{;erlnar'o: B. W.: Payne, H. H. KabD! Jr. i can Road Dept.
Kegister Jr., and T. A.'100.241, Florida Statutes. ,vll not be puchased from this McGee was elected at a supper for all this water we have falling Springs.
1 Yawn. Voting will be held on April ID.H i und, the board declared, s.f' given in'honor of the A Squad on us is to keep down the number District 2-A road beginning at
the following polling plac's. money is already allocated for thi Tuesday night by !)r. C. 'J. Houpt. of fi/es. A couple of invc,ti- Homesteaders the Union Primitive Baptist

county courthouse for North a::o nurpose. No site has been selectedas :: McGee Reason Kirkland, Char aliens but no other fires mate WarnedAround i Church and running southerly

; Lt. Wood NamedCo. South Starke; Rivers Service StATion yet it was said. les Noegel Terry Futon, Jimmy it a slow week for the Fire Di-pt and easterly to U. S. 301a disTance -

Graham; City' Hall, Hampton Hall, Tom Tatum, Armand Rivers 400 property owners of about four and one-half
School Bus
; school house. New River Bids and Jim Hobbs will be award FOREST FIRESCOREBOARD have still failed to file for home- niles.

Community Center Theresa Revoked By Board ea basketball letters. ttead exemption with the April 1 District Beginrirg at a point

B' New CO1st Community, Center, Brooker. Besides the team members and. Ciadline only two weeks awav. ;j'ist south of Thomas' Truck Stop

So far only 1,125 freehold On TechnicalityA Dr.' Houpt, Coach James HObbS Tax Assessor Gene Long said and running southeasterly
:: Lt. Jos. G. Wood of Stark: about 25 per cent of the total 1'r \ and Jimmie Malone, manager attended The Florida Forest Se.vice yesterdaj. through Lincoln City, a distanceof
ithe the low bid of 4184.27, on a"tew )headquarters in Bradford County approximately one and one-
have .
new commanding office county, reregisterruOne the supper. A list of those: who failed to -
,f Co. B, 48th Armored Ordnanci more than half of the registered school bus submitted by Andrews reports the following information is carried 4 apply of I ;quarter miles, and beginning at
being on Page
P-atal-on. number Motor 'Co. and Blue Bird en woods fires fought and :'.rn- the home of Ernest Allen and
Camp Blanding. lit e must vote in trer
this issue and ."> I
formerly Platoon Leader fci] election to make it legal. Body Co. of Fort Valley, Ga. was Liquor CasesIn pressed in the county during the check Long list urges t e. nmning by Bethel Baptist
public to the carefully."If
& Supply! Platoon Co. C, revoked by the School Board at Mayor's CourtThere past seven-day period: I Church northerly to State Road
LOB, Starke.Is. its special meeting last Saturday. Number of fires1.. your name is on this list, 230. a distance of threefourthsmile.

I Lt. Rodney Hall, fo.-mn]r New Books At Library School Supt. Harmon Mcrgpn has been a lot of liquor Acres burned-2. please mail me your applicati esC I '

'(. of Co. B has beer 1 aid that he had received a letter coming in to City Hall recanv:. ? Number of fires' since Jan. 1- : come *o my office at once &rfc District 4-A road leading from
1:: ; c-rred to Co. C for reiscn:s "Ihe Eradford County library from the State Supervisor cf both moonshine and red whiskey "4, *- can place your property uncorHomestead I Graham to Sampson City and a
I \ hzalth. In his new assigruneni t !Ins received! a shipment of tea Transportation which said that a Ir gets locked up as evidence irfftr > Acres burned since Jan. 1- exemption," the A. -s I road leading from Old Road 13

e twill' fill the vacancy left bihe 7 books hi .iuding mysteries wc"t* recent ruling by the Attorney cases' tn be tried av. law iHnl-.f.n..v..v t 71. lessor said. I Continued on Page Four
cms and best sellers.Amen General made it for the
transfer of Lt. Wood to Co. B necessary irvolving illegal possession and
I V Wood graduated from tin e ? the best sellers are: LvLove state Board; to establish ceiling intent to sell within the city. Starke Merchants Meet To Map Trade Days Promotion 1
'nh i!lity of Florida in May i'i.: Possessed by James CozzersK'und prices before the local boardsould 1-mits.)
cf Thunder by Tajlor make These
: saw two years of active MT : purchases. In Mayor's court Monday, Olli3 ,_ .h' _ .
I tt Lackland, Texas. AFB a; Caldwell; Maggie Now fay Bctij i rices will be set at a meeting cn Mae Cummings who pleaded rot
I in instructor in the Aviafio:1 ruth; The White Witch by Elizj : r.larch 21. and then the Bradford guilty to the charge of intent to
Cadet ,i'jdh Goudge; Sing Out the GUn couuty Board will again ask for
Pre-Flight Training School]j I ,. tell intoxicating liquor. was fouid
lIe moved to Starke in 1954 II Profiles In Courage by Senall"
a teaching position in lhagrijvltural department of Br.'t.I' Jn Kennedy. QuotaSet the witness chair with a baby in il t ,

ford nigh School. and joined Ui e t! 1 er lap.' She said that she mate

) Ar!' l-'oree Reserve Unit in Gaitesvilre .1 National Guard as a member o! At $950Miss .,l.er 1 living taking care of childiC'v
:. In May 1956 he joined thi e :Ktaile; Co. C. end the child was not her orn

Dorothy Alvarez will aain i Mayor Jackson ruled that since
MOVING DAY ON U.S:301 ead the Bradford county Caiioer the had many friends outside, t 'f' r
( .1 :rusade: according to a recent an- r-tby: had better be left out f Iti
louncement by Dr. Harold D. Van court with them during the :Iru1 a 't r

'e .tdax ?chaick. chairman:: of the i:: .)) Two other liquor cases 11?.,'e ,1 j i iI
ancer Crusade in Florida. postponed; until next week. One i:j

\& 3 '' The national goal is $30,000/100. gainst Eugene Blye for posse; t ;, "
> I
1 taHi he Florida goal $650,000 and son and intent to sell two onc- _
3radford County '*; asked to raise talf pints. The other is against :
: .. *; 50 which is $50 above the 19o7 George Griffin on a simd: N t

:oaJ for the county. charge, but for one half pint.
f Last year in Bradford County Both men posted $250 bond.

... 10 persons died of cancer and 11 Pleading guilty on a charge of Several new merchants were (1-r J. K. Buiiington, Mrs. Ke- trade area. An attractive featureof
I pY ;;htients were aided. Money apnty public intoxication, Lester Gatlin .
'C I becca Simpson Miss 1/UHan the promotion will De the awarding -
,::: added this week to the group wno
;: ... !' the Cancer Society for mer1 '*as fined $27 and put on a pro :Stump: Mrs. Leila Mundy, Adolph of cash prizes to stop
& .If 'Ally indigent'patients in tie Imtion on 'a charge .)f using pro will combine forces in a trades Gay. Standing (1-r Inman

; : i .. county for transportation ai'com fane language. day promotion, .for Starke starting I Green, 1<'. .'. :Stump: S. U. Denmark pers.The promotion is sponsored Dy

and board'at tumor clii.ic Garmsi Dominick was p'it or. next month. New members of tne Harry .Klrod!: ,Jr., h;. A. the Merchants Division 01 tne
) was $320Miss road work for five days in lira a: I
are: Koch Drug store, Chamber of Commerce.
group : Winkler, and Jos. G. warren.
: Alvarez says that her c.m 3 $27 fine for being drunk in pub -
Barksdale's, Bobbins', and Wil- Inman Green, chairman, said
r::ttees will be substantially the lic. Present plan is to bold two
I additional members will be
Hams signed
: :I First sign of action on U. S. SOl widening project IS this photo of same, bu* will hold a,meeting in A,bond of $12 was forfeited n' I Pictured Jewelry.above are the first "Shopportumty Days" each month before the actual starting date.
: the near future at which time thames Anothony L. Centurlone by non-
: Nelson Green home ready to roll back, making way for proposed will be All merchants invited to.
i of the workers in ,net appearance on a charge oi run- members who met last! week to when outstanding bargains are par.
(four.laning. will be announce1 start the ball ,rolling, seated offered to Shoppers in the Starke I ticipate.IIDle '
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went r.tp County. Florida, and the seal of, NOTICE OF APPLIC\TIOX FOR Description; of Property Lot 5 of will be sold to the highest bidderat
editorial said Court at Starke. Bradford TAT: DEED Lake: : Bedford Shores. the court house door on the first
farmer's County Florida, r>n the lath day of Notice is h4feb'Eln that FK.Perrjman Name in whan assessed: Raymond Monday in Month of April, 1158; ,
DiaryBy February A.D. 1953.: the holder of the following U. Wennetj. which is the 7 day of April, 1)58.
--'- c (CIRCUIT''OUR1' SEAL) certificates has filed aid certificates All of said property being in the Dated this 3 day of March, 19i3.
I l '- CRA RLE-I, A. DARBY for a,tax deed to be issued County of Bradford, State of Flor (OFFICIAL SEAL) -:,
: Saw Ifi ant; Clerk of Circuit Court of thereon. The certificate numbers I, ida. Charles A. Darby. Clerk of
Qwrflw! : f : T Bradford County, Florida. and years of issuance the dE'Sl'rip-1 I l'nJt'S8 such certificate or certificates of Circuit Court of'Bradford
+ y. I e Hollis V. Knight, Attorney furPlaintiffs. tion of the property, ami ,, shall' be redeemed according County Florida.
N :i an artesian well, either. Pete saysit 2120 4t :113OTI'E follows in which: is was assessed are as i, to law the properly: described 3/6,It 3/27
I 'is in such certificate
hfl dOur ; just a common 30ft.Kieep or certificates!
ifaitfs+ lafyl4'rlviral'ttl1C\ Certificate :'0. zu; Year of Issuance will be sold to the highest bidderat la The Circuit Conrl Of Florid
m t !tantl11eea .protect lon. Ana the ink I well and that water' is spouting
\ OP AI'PIJflTION FOR 1934. the court house door on the first I Kighlk Judicial irrult IB sad
t I out of it just .Jike a flowing well. TIN UKKII Description of Property: E 440 ft of I Monday in Month of April. Uii8. Fur Bradford Toucl.
'lt 1 l wl: :ht .n.-! ro, z11h \ Notice ii hereby given. that E. K. SE''.4 of SWU! of. X\V! Sec 23; T which is the 7 day of April, 1935.I IN RE: PETITION OF GEORGE JU
Net next week' not next mon 'bud ., i 3 Perrjman the holder of the follow- 5SR22E 4 I Date this :3 day of March, 1J3S.: WILLIS for adoption' of minor
'On'eCarin Ing''I.'rUfieates has filed paid certificates (OFFICIAL SEAL)
t r -managing"to keep : which assessed: Manuel : child.
tlOWiq, Wt i ku Wccf O t thitt t.w Atli.,.1t 'r! :i ,1 1 going i 'though; for we talked to for a tax deed to lie issued Xaln I Charles A. Darby. Clerk of .NOTICK ID APPKIK
1i thereon. The certificate numbers I
ItJ\tIUlAn n :"f'< '4hat: 'OOIW'I'-are i i' I All (.( said property being in the of Circuit Court of Bradford TO HOWARD DAVID COOPER
-\ .. I Ii U; E.; Varbrough who lives over and years of issuance the description
I,. ::tt i County of Bradford, State of Flor I County, Florida. JR. whose residence and address is
.titT leveI1n'goff i of the property, and the names ida. I 3H
atG.t.rl.l.tr\E&9.; J op Q. -1. v- '.. -" 4'" in the; Whifehead section near in which is assessed s/2 unknown.
was are as
defat} !9Rdor." # ocha 1 "i : JbeV"! p. Weather 1)ureau'prEltireh -, Neteltfver ihe"wa!'taking a'load follows: Unless shall such be certificate redeemed or certificates I You are hereby notified that a

# 1 fl> 'JM)it > h .OSyII.. ., t.,.M..... JL P ;u.=t1G11i11 n1C ti 1i,'tar "._-, '.J Ji.1.b"otIf .z o l of turnips:'to market.'He said that 1955.Certificate Xo. 67; Year of Issuance, ing to Uw: the property describedin accord. \OTICK IPPLICIT1ON\\ BLED FORT petition lyle court has by been GEORGE filed In L.tLe AV1LL1S above,

i) : + Otl a. Jprul.u. t I'i' -' i f .,..cad.hI'-nd' ti1a4.te1Uperatujes -. tit Jiaicftit wade through water: Description of Property 11.4 A In iiich be sold certificate or certificateswill Notice is hereby given, that T.W' .I for the adoption of MARY LOU
: the
'..,ZW'I"h: .... wm ,be to highest bidderat Tatum the holder of the follow. ELIZABETH COOPER a minor, by
normal ; io
: tfc
abOut the out SE Corner of '. & X
kh'ee-rfeep get turnips SE of XWU the court house door on the first
.l .... n. 'EN r ,. r'.Hri ; that::'f;';tilt'but it1sg: (that t and that: his'colored' help were' 5:0:! ft of XEtf of SW'.4 ex 2 lots I Monday in Month of April, 1958. ing certificates for a tax has deed filed to be said issued certificates the petitioner yon are GEO1.required JE to L. \serve VIl.US.and a,
dK Fz4fKlctiirt c d On, OJl 'sery, d.J ry/,0 : $ i'f i (" ii' "' 'a1ov; t to Robert J. Dodd, Sea IS, T 8 I which is the 7 day of April 1958.i thereon. The certificate numbers of answer or objections
: copy your
... a. a lhverago"aiid, afraid .they'd drown before theygbt
r.mel'chanare entttie.to v,more-of..'the: : ,ones' k t "U11,, mt"if J, proves. ........".., : .. 1. Si R 22E i Dated this 3 day of March, niiS.I and years of issuance, the description : to showcause why said! petition
'n correctvwQ through. Name in which assessed: Fred S. OFFICIAL I ( SEAL) of the property and the names : should not be granted en pet Haul.
that are*floating; :around Starke,and vicinity. be a calamity. ., Dodd. Charles A, Darby, Clerk of in which is was assessed are as er's attorney Green &:: Green w.h<>be
'* '. All of said property being: in the of Circuit Court of Bradford I follows: address is 209 Temple Ate.. Starke
TOtrr :-merchants pay their 'licenses. Theypay The Bradford and Starke'Chapters '> {"ounty'of Bradford State of Flor- County, Florida. Certificate Xo. 41; Year of Issuance Florida, and file the original, in.
their taxes. They.TOjrtribnte to this drive and It's so wet now that almost all of the FFA are fattening out ida J/6 4t 3/27 1955. the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Unless such certificate or certificates Description of Property: 1 lot lying' Court on 7>r before the 7 day
tat drive and the hundred and; flne;solicitations farmin operations iiat a some fine steers for show and sate shall be redeemed accord- NOTICE IPPUCITION% FOIL in S\\ i4 of NWfc of SW,4 100 ft. I of April!, 195S.
Standstill'IIi fact, this week we to be held next month, accord- ing to law the property describedin T\\ UIKII X & S by :50 ft. E & W as Desc. Herein fail not or a decree pro
that are tide during the average year by oun't.lfsS people Notice is that DD Bk. 71 J15 See. 22 confesso wlll.be entered againstyou.
had tell 'W that it is' the ing to Paul Hutchins and Joe such certificate or certificateswill hereby given K. K. in page .
local organizations. be avid to the highest bidderat Perryman the holder of the follow- T 6 S. It 22 E .
.j '\1 i .:j .t'- wettest now thaTit has'been ;once Wood. '1h; y said that one of the the court house door on the first ing certificates! has filed said certificates Name in which assessed: Frank Witness my band and seal of
They are entitled to more''protection than theye 1940), and the way the'water" is' steers will already tip the beam Monday in Month of April 1958, for a tax deed to be issued Ward. Faid court in tarkl'. Bradford
;' which is the 7 day of April 1958. thereon. The certificate numbersand All of said property being in the County Florida this 4 day of March
!< getting. t ... standing around here, they mightbe at around 1,000'pcuncls., and thatit Dated this :3 day of March.. 1958.; years of. issuance the description Cnunty of Bradford, State of Flor 1958.
.< You know the guy they peed to be protected right. is pretty as a picture. (OFFICIAL SEAL) of the property, and the names I ida. (OFFICIAL! SEAL)
a e Charles ,A. Darby, Clerk of in which is was assessed are as Unless such certificate or certificates CHARLES A DARBY
from -the one who rolls into town from heav- of Circuit Court of Bradford follows: I shall oe redeemed according As Clerk of said Circuit Court,

to.kn.Qys! where, his eIr loaded down with mereandise Dan Starling says' that he cant Some of the farmers out in the County Florida.3/6 4t 3/27 1955.Certificate Xo. 63; Year of Issuance such:to law certificate the property or certificates describedin By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 3/6 4tf Cle 27 K
I get his berries mulched, becausehe Ifeilbronn section Wade Gaskms
that i be peddles I from house to house
can't g et In them to do the Harold Norman, Morris Carter, ---- ---- ______._ __ uuu_ 'n u__._____u.___ _.__ __._,._------- _.
Apparently> at will. final hoeing so 'he can.t'put
naturally and voters, are attempting to -=ee
He pays no taxes here, and probably nowhere. the gra ss ''p i. Jfeureports! by whacan: be dcne about getting

else. He contributes to no worthy -causes- --at -the '1that; his plants are f(fa?. Waterpak Creek cleaned out so

least in this community. And in many instances IWUXjJ. .iit. I.AV that it can' .carry water off from

it is doubtful if he pays a license or obtains a per Others arpuna here,;have of ifi the:iie They are ditching and CORNISH GAME ROASTINGQUICK

mite same story ajwu't: the,w'afer.fB.: .- trying to get rid 6f excess surface ;
That's ',j' ;7 14 r'tits, need It'' rofeetiofi.I .t LBryantJ Reddi4.. 5iY! that Ore t wafer, but the trouble is there is ,,,

I : whyurerch water level;Jpn!i 'hi ,JIa F pt.the Jd rib place for the water to go. 1 '

-Thousands pf dollars leave town every week intfte Doctor Brojen.. esfdence t fs .SQ 'One of the difficulties of the

,pockets of irresponsible peddlers who do high that "'ateei1n: tj'e:| -web ,cu| 'problem] ,1 Js that it involves the

nothing for tfie, coinmtmity] but :drain $ dry of front ,is I rig J..up J :Ievet with the wKolerwiSei! I fbrif Water is .

1 ard-earneC1. fiol&TSr; J leaving In their i place merchandise tap of the irfound'. ..; rim off one ,section, and dumpedon CIIICKEN 4
that is o1ten BO inferior and shoddy another, there is sure to be a !

that no self-respecting hometown merchant Hub Harle<.says lt t 1S the,I weifT h4 herhig.4It is a project j wethM.

wQiilcUvQ i ijrQh his! shelve! test 'he:. can .rememijerjor f .ajoh( | thiit will tale co-operation
t time, but gp iffiat oh the part of jail 'concerned.
:IS y-ejaX.yeaii,VgVan ,ordinance: was passed, a ;'boy te jemembers t! :: yhen the; FROZEN

designed ibo trope: with these artful dodgers': No i water: arourid.iberejo : 'up ai Highas Ki t Ilie SC3 meeting there Was

towivcpuld'a'sk for 'stricter regulations, and if the railroad .jracks,JBilt: I h& .(;He_. usual ,goal",{' laugh.' Foster.'. Shi GRADE "A" C

'ijfey ivenforced, s't fhey should be, our streets says that t h.PFfore. th, .
Smith said man In
'one the
wif county Was
of the tracii ,- Jand he looking at
: ( LB
;J\ecprding the
here's the
4tq 'grdinanees, Infprjjiation -
., sae Tie
-1 t was: ,s'o mean that arcs
)< an applicant must Submit-in order' .'to ojb- Not t to betdotl! to e:twa!; Ir-jrfcigr I to cross bees with ''lightning :i Large, Tender

tain a pel'mitor solicitation or 'selling in Starke: ale.llas.a
wright says flawing ,.bugs, so that they 'Would
: ja-rr'Name.and'description:' ; of !the applicant; well on his! place, and it is not work day and night. 4 to 5 Ib. Average

JbPe'rmahentlionie address and full local l ad- '
: NOTICE TO 'APPE.\B' l\'W}: of SEW of Sec. %9. Twp.
oress; I la .Cirrntt Court, Bradford Ceinty 6 S.. R. 22 E., containing 1.69
:1i -Brjef'dqscriplioh Of the nature of the 'busing ] Florida: !. tbsnrrry. acres, more or less:
; -
1 r ; I table Roth, Prater, Plaintiff, VI. GREETINGS: You are hereby
h4.aedsto, fe *o:%;. Carel. A. Prater, Defendant. notified that a suit in equity has i
) ( been brought against and each
t you
;dr-lcenjpjpyed,. the: came, andaadres: 's of mploKeiVitogether Case No. 12-432 flf you, and also against SeaboardAir
] jvHh credentials ? T Appear' Line Railroad Company, Lou- Brand Cured Sliced ANN PAGE
establishing "exactrelationship TO; Carol A. Prater, whose res- ella T. Struth individually and as Allgood Sugar Creamy Smooth .' .
; .. idence and address Is: 635 Boulevard guardian of the person and property "

:leLerigtii'pT! : time' for which the, right !to 'do' You, X.are E..hereby Atlanta notified 8, Georgia.that a ,of Merrill James Struth Rodman, and Struth Katheryn a minor Peanut Buffer \

t 'suit for'dh'orce Louella Struth. a minor, as defendants .
buVin: ssls deslrcd:.., that the relief sought in Breakfast Bacon
!* -J ,j i" .w oti has been filed :against in theaJwv ; SPECIAL!
f=} Incerfi)i re the eo ds pr efx"proP.9: sed ; named Cciirt, and,you cause and and said suit quiet is and to remove confirm clouds plaintiffs'title from Wt s MB. JARANN 39' f'' t

Co be, sold 1 .or: ordeten;for the ,sale thereof, you your are answer(I required pleading to serve to the copy com-of to the .above described landsas

are- actijred: orproduoed1'hntograph ; Dlahit on i the Plaintiffs an indefeasible fee simple title Jr-
K. 221 thereto against the claims of you f '
attorney Joseph Skipper
.g,- of the"'applicant, taken,within Florida ,Title Building Jackson. and each of ;you; and ;you are summoned I PAGE ; .

$0days imrtn liatery 'priot to the date;ofcthHUhij .J 4 yUle 2,. .Flgrldaand ordered and required to file to LB 5S
your written: answer or defenses '
file the adginel'1'i! tie i effk-e of Pvthe complaint in said cause in the .- .. "' TomttoScvp2tiN 37
: of.the application the Clerk of the Circuit .Court on or office of the undersigned Clerk of ::
I h i tat nterit'as t;:Whether or not;'the' ppticant I before, the said Court at Starke Florida, on .
". 2*-day of March, 1358; or before the 25th day of March
l had b'e eu cjahyjcfeij :of an-Y'crirlie'nWde- 'otherwise the .allegations of said 1958 and to serve a copy thereof A&P -- OUR FINEST QUALITY FROZENBABY
Complaint will be taken as confessed on Holhs V. Knight plaintiffs attorney -
,:?Of.Violation.ofany I municjpl:ordinance; by you. whose address is Starke,
i-r-Statejnent 'by. A !reputable medical doctor This notice 'shall be published Florida, on or before said date, aa 10OZPKGS
'once required by the Laws of Florida
each week for four consecutive
licensed to practice medicine in the State of Florida .weeks in the Bradford County Tete- and the 1954 Florida Rules of Ctvil LIMAS! Z 33CCOLD
,&ra h. Procedure. If you fail to so do, a
'dated not more than ten days:prior to Bub- '
Dated this 18 day o'f February, decree pro confesso will be entered
mission' of. the application, certifying the Applicant 198. 'against in the you complaint.for the relief demanded

to be free of contagious; infectious, 'or Com (OFFICIAL Charles,A.SEAL Darby It is hereby ordered that this or-
municable diseases t, ."> Clerk oft!the Circuit ,Court der and notice shall be publishedonce STREAM FANCY ALASKA
By Marian 1... Crosby, Deputy Clerk. a week for four consecutive
1 Upon 'receipt of) :uch' application, the .oriiinalshall 2/JO 4t 3/13 weeks ,in a the newspaper ETadford published County Telegraph in

be referred to the Chief of Police.>]}bb"shall Bradford County, Florida,'and haying 1-LB

cause'such !ihvestifatfoh\ :of the; m eallt) 'busiLlessabdmoia'char i- NOTICE TO IIEFETDJ'1 _, a general circulation in said PINK SALMON Sic
.. Clresit ,i;....., Wra.I.rd Cevmty, County. CAN
:; : [ actert to:be made.aa.he, deemsJtefcqsary ,Ft.,, Thomas O'Hara.Plalntiff
( .ih4prrt&tio } of the:.: wblics 'good.j red L. ffHara. Defendant.vs." I

If"asa. result! of such'iniestzgation' ,- the 'appliouis '.r;'.' T*- '&.....- Case No. 12500JUtlr y A&P Fancy Pure Concord Ann Page 100 Per Cent

character isy found, ;.tQ. be unsatisfactory, -'TO: Mildred L..O'Hara, whose res- y

the. Chief'-of Police shall:endorse on such appli idence.tou are and 'b address.reb> ntittlleO is: Unknown.tnni aisuit :

cation--his 'dis pproval attd his reasons 'for the bat been for;filed Pivorct against, you .In the I LET t. ',US GRAPE JUICE 24"ozbot2lc PURE! HONEY l.lbjar 33c

same,- and return"said' application] to the City above nairfed Court. and .canoe ndfou I 1

Clerk, whois.ha.ll; } notify the.applicant that .his application your are alawer'or'pleadlng required to serve to a the copy cotn-of ,

that : plaint, on: the plaintiffs Attorney
disapproved and 'rib ilmit'ill be .
Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Building
issued.lfilthecbaracter.and. Jacksonville Florida HELP Sultana Short Grain Sail
f>:"It q"" t. :-.nd'tnl the orlKiaal lu ute office of YOUSOLVE
: : business' responsibilityjofthe' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ,

Chief applicant.'of. Police are'shall found endorse, to be on sa$6facoryt the( application'hisapprov'al'and tale! Atberwise before,2 day th.of.the April.allegations 1958' ; of Mid, RICE 31bpkg 39c DETERGENT large size 13c

Complaint -will be takes a* COBfe FANCY
: said'application to the iei|. by,rem
CS: Clerk ,,Tfti ootkre 'shall b. published
y jyho ashall'deIivto: the :applicant ",one each week for four consecutive

,his_ permit, guc\: permit Jnall; contain the aigna- eweke in the Bradford County Tele- I

ture.,. Jll'( seal loft; the issuing,4qfffcer "and ''shall .graph.Dated this 27 day'-of February,

.show the mme, address, and.photograph Of said '(l Official! s'I Seal) Charles A. .Darby. I Green

permit holderthe. date issuance and the Clerk of the Circuit Court. I
: Py Marian. .- Crosby Deputy Clerk
length of tirlife the same shall ;.Be operative t'as s/e 4t /27. pound

weil-iajs: 'the,lic nse number' and o]ther' >identifying! CABBAGE I 5c

description of any vehicle used in soliciting Or !. .The Cireult Court Of Bradford ?
'(....7' FlorldaiI.: rh..<<1'7.
canvassing. J.: M. EDWARDS and. LUCILLE C. -- .. I
Every applicant not a resident of the.City of EDWARDS Plaintiffs, his wife, MONEY

Starker or who being;JK resident ,ofr thi 4{ City, of ', VS.SEABOARD. .

StarkeL represents a firm: ;whose principal( l place COMPANY n AIR al!.LINE RAILROAD Golden RipeBANANAS
< ,
of buslneas j_Hf'-1.t.4ijJ: .I'IL'! )i'I. a LVL hf WtcontuiitefteJ -r.. tPZ" ......110ltCE.TO..DEFPJlDttyia1s. defendants.

idaili1ebQlld.i, ,, ountof51ta' .a"lt\! aurityacceptaidei J T*. Xm* of the hate of Florida g 'PROBLEMS
tTo- James:Rodnwin:Strutlu minor, 1 CLETTUCE
l ,.a paored by, the, At
: _t1 Bt J $ rney tool mlaing'at ..Ym1ng'liarrl.' College ; PEANUTS
.1. 1\kAn uarapteetnajjj. ..to mr.'CUlten.. i>tthe: : ,-folinr'Harrta.'.,orgies; Florida.Rail-fj
-inroad; ?
Company haw known
t ?-'bn \< a* .Atlantic
Cftpf,\ 'fU' '}\'t4 h.nqijYit id,:; own *." Gulf land West India Transit Company I
payltEP.t N>' )' 1xd "k'Floridar corporation? LUC.Prewott..,
;( (4 Muntoo.lor., .. DPl ac- n :; uUa.C PreaeottJ.; -S. Lane

ePre illitt.. tfltiS&fe .water/> brt.H.'Mitcbll* *koliist r, Franklin, I'ranklbv.l Jordan Le-I Raw lb Roasted lb

Itfs (U'h( 1J1f 4R1i: !l1lv\ !lQwe,: ..:. f frolthe; Sniff.''SlB.ry-'J.)' '..Mitchell,';. Loans'up to 2heads! for 2Sc 35c 39c i
1 1{ to, ; ir r 'K z 1 4M Vf Soutter, John:.&(c8ae.,.tf,,alive.-ands s, .
ICityil, ) "t.. !k" "' \' Jf. I\ l ,.s v L"itmg'0'cl'dstnLrtaii <11rnywef, the.'above, named persons -,
is h **' *;be-xle d, 'then'to thaunka.wnt '
: ?
? \r. 'I"w; :'fiMrgj* devisees legateesgranees,?
offitegltQ" '..u' ,q"died,, \t'0 p ." ce ;;o.licitj creditors or-other persons-claiming ; $$600 : ':-- -

. >":.agr'vpm < ; .MnD.l at"t<<\, '"IJ.Ql'r, ,}J h e *- any"scribed In'the.herelaafter-de-y' byrttnroush un-$
'''' :; = 'hdf',1: ,._ .t-r; against PILLSBURY Dixie LilyGrits
1Nt'< Lg#, ? n y perion foundto -1Art or each ucla 4ec*ased;; .
U& James T.- Soutler'and'Jbbn 'McRaetJit
liaitol t" t 1'J1 e'meetcti' f } H .,' 'Truatees.'ot. Florida; Railroad i CAKE MIXES 1 '/ Ib pkg 20c
I l } :Company, 'anctaU:1Iel'8OllsclUmlnl: ?
P \ interest in
alt) and to said proper
to :;v fWiif W\: ',:eK S airrg $DVV, 'or'.1IDpnsonmentn !ty sO>)'. 'through, cund r ,or against; Red Heart
"% Wen and .very ewch trUat es;;they "F'olks Find Us Friendly"LOCAL '""" ""'
t oaf t8i l' ? t tl ay"a+t' i \e urn i.; e -. h "Unknown' heirs, devisees. 'lejateeaBranteei Dog Food Ib can 15c
:,1tt Ldf1u ioonilthti tU1.i.DA ; creditor: and ether .per-* I Yellow 33c
.s. ,i1tQ W.Ionil cl&1mlng 'a.a1' .1J1urut in.aalc>r FINANCE Krafts ParkayMargarine
vides,anpj] .ajjjiau R.ition jsr>:the pxpteptipn of,our property by. through. under or Pickle Patch
each J. Jordan
gain.-t Mary ) deceased Ib 29c
merchalttaadujntSbe; :tr#eieAtPeddi ajepace..Tha Elmo Rodman Struth. deceased White 33c Dill] Pickles pint .jar 27c

ntnvJjj] ,itevitalijsdMerchanU: ;.Div .ion cf, administrator, and of Franklin tbe estate Jordan of< ary.as COMPANY I .

the Chamber of Commerce 'sbo ld insist'ihat it. '.J, Jordan. deceased; and to all Angel Food <53c Kitchen Charm Krafts Cheese
persons having: or claiming any
"be'.flrfotrtt. .. : .. .. ;. ;;: r;'!" .:.. 3 -' _, i.... -following. Mkndj situate In .Bradford 'i Pfflstwrjf ,
County Florida to-wit -
THE BRAt'cft3'' +le tNr !TEI-EGitA'PH from the SW corner of JTWV (3 Doors from Post Office) White Frosting Mix +29c For Cooking and Salads Krafts Plain
EST. 379.r,1y.t of SEVi.of..$ee :2)! Twp,.S.S.. R.
:Z'E., run North 639 feet, thence Wesson Oil quart 73c Cream.Gheese 3 29c
..., tak', '\ ._tat run East tit feet TO A POINT Phones 580. and 581 oz.
),,.IJ.." .. -lu.'c't i '.a..I.t'Ow 'C:'vT..,..N'9FYL1.. < )0'1.8. OF BBGINKIXG, thence run East367feetthence J
's- r\rUc '"M:JlID.ib, (iOiTJ' OreLTeP run North 1 decree Mrs." Marguerite' Hall,' Shortening Vegetable ShorteningSnowdrift Swifts Chopped( y
Tim t -ftl teot to SiutB line
t ll'R THJf'.. to ieA9; .::;L"1'iN1'lIRCASi-,. t .. ,. '. .' "+ .-jaf.1110 rightot, fhehVe YnnT way of *Spite l.1bng Road said flMimager Crisco ;316 tin :::95c 3 lb can 83c Baby Meats 23c

:P'.u..Ii ,. .. .. .
kalib 71wa' ariYabe.d Reed ('I. 1II.tt. South line JT6 feet tht'nce'rUIi -
: '- -
at the P....< Office at Stark"' Fla. iiider Aet *t Mar X lf. South 1 degree East 1S' feet to 0
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f- 666 rrJ-rrj. lJIrJr 'IU'"JfOl"lrronst."t ....w lThrr''. South'Stark.. I and rquired to file your 'answer, 5rl|you. S graph -:_-- __*
i BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH Rivers Service Station Graham. defence to the petition in said cause) OFFICIAL SEAL) Dated this 1 day of March, 1L8.ICi"pitt.i. .
SCHOOL-Construct new audi Community Center. Brooker. I Iin the office of the undersigned clerk Charles A. Darby. Clerk of the :*.i'.gtt..jh.rl.t.
IZ> : Hon)414J ie DemonstrationNotes torium. City Haft, Hampton. lof said court at Starke Bradford Circuit Court. -Cwrb* _
Community. Center, Theressa. County Florida on or before the By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. CUrk,of the CirCuit Court.
NEW 'ELEMENTARY, SCHOOl- School Puilding. New RUer. 2th day of March 1958, and to serve .._ 1150 4t 220NOTICE | By Marian I.: Crosby. Deputy Clerk
) ( Erect SUrke new to include school six in(C or) ,classrooms near- on the 19th day of ApriL 1958.: in copy thereof on Theron A. Yawn.Jr. to DEFENDI. ss: 4t 3U1;
accordance with a resolution .. petitioner's attorney. whose ad- -
cafeteria and offices. "lrnii a t. llrtdlurd
'" t'oMBtf.
b7DOROTHY ed and adopted by the Board of dress is: Pest Office Drawer 791. '
DTIi R.J.E. HIGH SCHOOL. Starke- Florida I. ( Chanter
5.M )
r Public Instruction of Bradford before said date FOR DEPENDABLE
Starke Florida, on or
Construct five (5) classrooms. William C.
Smith. ;
ROSS | Plaintiff vs.
), ANDERSON JUNIOR HIGH County, Florida. on the 8th day of and to show cause on or before Loretta K. Smith. Defendant.
Ho me Demonstration Soil Conservation !SCHOOL Lawtey Constructnew March. 1958; to determine whetherthe said date, why said petition should I' Case No. 11-501:! i I
= : Agentand Board of Public Instruction of .
cafetorium. not be granted, all as required by I ,. *f. '1"'is '... .r Termite ControlS
Bradford County Florida, for and the Laws of Fit rida and the Flrtriila To: Lorrtta E. Smith whose
SuggeiUon For Lent carrots well drained, and a N E.W.S WHEREAS the ,Resolution passed on behalf of Special Tax School Rules of Civil Prwedure. It you and address Is: 26 Harding residence -
lath of :
and the day
adopted on District Number One of Bradford
will want to of onion fail to do BO a Decree Pro Confessowill Avenue Oakljrn. New Jersey:
During Lent you teaspoon juice, if you By BID HaasBoQ February. 1958. was approved by County shall issue serial bonds in be entered against you for the : S & Commercial
prepare something for your family like. the State Superintendent of Public the principal amount of US ,?OOOO relief demanded in the petition. You are hereby notified that' a ,
Conservation servlcs Instruction and by the State Boardof for the following purposes: I suit for divorce has been filed Pest ControlUrove
that is especially tasty. So to Correction Please! Education of Florida. This nrtloe shall be published once against you in the above named

please,your appetite may we SUg- The recipe for pumpkin pie The Board of Supervisors for NOW THEREFORE. BE IT 'RE : BROOKER SCHOOL Renovate JUNIOR existing HIGH each the week Bradford for four County cons.Telegraph.-uti\e weeksin I Court and to serve cause and a you of are required { I Spraying

gest Baked Tuna Fish? It con- printed in this column last month the Bradford Soil Conservation SOLVEb Instruction by of the Bradford Board of County Public, buildings, paint buildings pur- Witness my hand and the seal of answer or pleading! to copy the com-your!I

tinues to be a favorite in the community read to use 1 tablespoon cin District held Florida that: chase necessary equipment and said Court at Starke Bradford County plaint"on the Plaintiffs Attorney CaUFR.S-6O3
thenregular monthly improve site.
Florida, this 22 day of February, Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida
and is contributed by Mrs. namcn. It should have been 1 tea- meeting Thursday night. Those SECTION 1. A special election Is HAMPTON ELEMENTARY 1958.; Title Buildin Jacksonville( Z. Fia.

Lewis Haines. spoon. We hope you noticed this present hereby ordered and called by the SCHOOL Renovate existing (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) and file the original In me .>f'ice ut Florida Pest Control
Foster Shi
were Smith
Board of Public Instruction of Brad-
I building, paint buildings, pur- the Clerk (If the Ci"nit {'Ann nor _
Baked Tuna Fish error and used 1 teaspoon cin chairman, Sam McGarvey vice- for County, Florida to be held in chase necessary equipment, en- Circuit Charles Court.A. Darby, Clerk of said before the 7 day of April & Chemical Co.
Oneounce can tuna 2 cups namon. chairman Special Tax. School District Num- large and improve site. 1958; otherwise the allegations ofsaid I
Lloyd Green and Zedra ber One in said County on the 19th By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy
bread crumbs. 3 hardboiled eggs, Sewing ProjectsThe Hamilton, members, Joe Wood day of April. 1958 to determine ,-Renovate LAWTEY JR.existing HIGH buildings SCHOOL 2274t320NOTICE !:! confessed Compaint by you will be taken a* M N. W. 18tb Ave.

3 tablespoons flour three-fourths 4-H girls have started their and Paul Hutchins FFA advisors, whether of the said Board District.for shall and on lIIueserla.l behalf paint buildings purchase neces- : : W DEFEND I Ii This notice shall "'e publishedonce I Gainesville, Florid*
teaspoon salt. dash pepper 2 cups sary equipment, improve site, i I la Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaty,! t'acb'e.1( for four consecutive.
sewing projects and are busy Leon Carter and Bill Haas Soil' bonds in the principal construct cafeteria and weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ,
'I I new Florida: I. Chancery.
milk 1 tablespoon butter. amount of J450.000.00, bearing Interest -
making peasant aprons dishtowels Conservation Service. A special at a rate or rates not in excess construct new classrooms. Dan K. Chit-netter, Plaintiff. vs. :
Using a heavy saucepan, makea blouses skirts and dress guest was L. M. Hollingsworth,I. of six per cent per annum STARKE ELEMENTARY Rosalie Chichefcter. Defendant

white sauce by mixing flour es--. -Vftr-- -many- this-- 1-* the--- first--y- -of.- .1....r.ti...."........... .!..:.!..........."WUJ..t.._ U4,._ no.ucQI4c cot.o. such rate or rates' of interest to SCHOOL BRADFORD-Construct COUNTY new library.HIGH } Te AppearTo Case No.': un'ootl.e ThafiIf g Our Business

salt, pepper and a little of the tempt at sewing either by handor Soil Conservation Board. Mr. HOl- of be said determined bonds and upon to mature the par seriallyin value SCHOOL-Construct new audi : Rosalie Chlchester tihnse resi- It'sJoe Glass .- We Have It I
torium. dence is New York. N. Y. and whose
milk. Gradually add the rest of
on the machine and they are lingsworth gave a report on the annual installments from 1959
to NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL- address is P. O. Box 158. Wall Street C::ALL WRITE or VISIT
1978 both inclusive. Said bonds
the milk and bring to a boil. Re- having loads of fun at It. national meeting of Soil Conser- shall be dated May 1, 1958 and Erect new school in or near Station New York. N. V.
move from fire, add butter tuna, Starke to include six (6) class- You are hereby notified that a suit
vation District whicti shall be issued for the of
Supervisors purpose
The girls will exhibit.their workat
rooms,. cafeteria and offices. for divorce
bread crumbs and boiled eggs the last club in was held in Minneapolis, Minn. projects financing as the previously cost of described the school in R.J.E. HIGH SCHOOL. Starke- has been filed against you in the Peters Glass Co.
meeting April.
chopped. Four into a shallow baking He stated that the meeting was the preamble of this resolution. Construct five (5) classrooms. above named Court and cause and
Clothing and all other exhibits ANDERSON JUNIOR HIGH you are required to serve a copy of
dish that has been buttered. I Said bonds shall be in the denomination -
attended by a large group ofarmer's of each and be SCHOOL. Lawtey-Construct new your answer or pleading to the complaint FO:R ANY GLASS NEED
Bake for 20 minutes in hot will determine the 11,000.00 may on the Plaintiff's
oven oraer girls cafetorium.
to from all over the United callable ten from the date of
years We DIJust esign Medr.-n Store Fronts
Said bonds shall be dated the Attorney J. Donald Gibson. 100
about 400 Sene in the receive the to issuance
degrees. scholarship theGirls' and on any interest pay.
States and the
emphasis was on
1st day of MayO 1958 and shall bear Smith Building Jacksonville I. Florida for
Mail Us A Pattern
ment date thereafter upon the
baking dish. Short Course in Tallahassee
permanent soil and water conser- terms as here fter provided by interest from the date thereof until -
For variety, leave out the boiled, in June, medals to be awarded vation practices. the Board. Said special election paid at a rate not to exceed six I and file the original in the office of Table Tops
per cent per annum payable semi- the Clerk of the Circuit Court
eggs and add a cup of mixed peas!: later.'and the girls to go to camp. Paul ar:1 Joe discussed the com and shall under be held the in requirements accordance with of annually on the 1st day of May and before the 3 day of March. on 1958 or; 1313 N.W. 4th PL Galnesv'iDe] Fla. I-hone FR. 2-1353
November of each year, and shall otherwise the allegations of said Complaint -
Section 17. Article XII Florida
I ing FFA Fat Steer sale which will Constitution. be in the denomination of 1000. will be taken as confessed by _

Mary Carter Says: be held in Gainesville April 2. I SECTION 2. The ReregistrationBooks each; said bonds shall be callable _
ten years from date of issuance ::
for said special election will -
The request of several farmersin
be dOlled on March 14, 1958 which thereof upon terms prescribed by ::: _
PAINT NOW FOR HALF PRICE the Heilbronn Springs area on said date is not less than fourteen said Board and shall mature seri-
I cleaning out the natural drains days prior to the election. ally in annual installments on the
let day of from 1959 to 1972.
SECTION 3.,The election
,only 4.98 per gal. EVERY FREE in their area was discussed by the hereby called to be special held on the both inclusive. For The Easiest Wt7
2ND All duly qualified electors of $
Board. The Board feels that the 19th day of April 1958. shall be
Special Tax School District Number
held at IN
up GAL.
cost-benefit ratio would not per- City Ifall. Lawtey. One of Bradford County, who are _

mit the cleaning out of the natural Courthouse, Starke, for North &: freeholders and who have been reregistered \.1
STORE South Starke. in the special; re-regis
Rivers Service Station, Graham. tration of freeholders previouslyheld

501 N. VV. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588 The District Speaking Contest City Community Hall. Hampton.Center. Brooker. entitled for to said vote bond on election the question shall be of You Ever Made I tJ

deadline was set for March 21. Community Center, Theressa. I the issuance of said bonds provided. -

1 All speeches will have to be in at School Building New River.In however that any qualified 4
electors residing in the District
that time.Material. the event the be polling availablefor places who are freeholders may vote at
hereby designated not
was ordered for this use for any cause on the date said bond election upon complyingwith CALL SLADE GAS Companyand f\
J On These year for Soil Stewardship Week fixed for said election, the :Board the requirements of subsection -
of Public Instruction of Bradford (d) of Section lOO.m. Florida
starting Sunday May 11. Bookletswill County does hereby reserve the Statutes."
u1 be mailed to the Pastors of right to forthwith designate another SECTION 9: The Supervisor of
I ask how !
/ and different polling place. Registration is hereby authorizedand regardless of
4 Handsome the Churches in the County witha SECTION 4. The following are directed to make up and certify ,
a list of all qualified reregistered -
letter asking them to devote one designated as inspectors and clerks
respectively to conduct said election electors residing in said Dis-
service to the Stewardship of our : trict who are freeholders and en-

natural resources. Lawtey-Mrs. Fred Moore, Clerk; titled to vote in said special elec you can trade that old I
Mrs. Hubert Priest and Mrs. Wilma tion. A certified copy of such list ,
shall be furnished to the inspectorsand Fa..

Platform Rockers Complete soil and water conservation Wainwright Starke-A. I Inspectors... Crosby Clerk; Sar- clerks of the election at each
place where the votes are to be
farm plans were prepared ah Hunter and Louise In- in beautiful Automatic
0 __ Un .flartnn.. Teniey. cast at. said. election and. a_certified range on a new -
tor BOO Faterson ana MartIn copy or sucn list snail oe iiiea ana ,
Graham Clarence J. Frazier.
preserved the records of this
Rodreguez. Paterson is planningto Clerk; John A. J. McKinney and Board. among I

put in some Pensacola Bahia Bessie Wasdln Inspectors. SECTION 10. This Resolution Gas and
Hampton-William H. Maxwell, Range get $$75
shall be published in full by the
He will also millet
Clerk; Frank L. Williams and M.M. Superintendent of Public Instruc- i
t; Reg. $25.95NYLON and cane for silage. Rodrequez is Matchett Inspectors.New tion once a week for five (5)) consecutive .
River-Reddish .
Pensacola Bahia for his Andrews weeks in the Bradford
Clerk; Winnie Mae Andrews and County Telegraph, a newspaper of for it. '
pasture grass. On his crop land his Agnes Johns Inspectors. general circulation in Special Tax
I using Giant Striata Crotalaria Theresra-Mrs. J. D. Griffis, School District Number One. Brad- L '
Clerk; Virginia Dryden, Merle L. ford County. Florida the first pub- :
for cover crop which he will plantat Packham, Inspectors. lication thereof shall be not less ,
last cultivation of his corn. Brooker-M. D. Harrell. Clerk; than thirty (30) days prior to said
COVERING Melba H. Green and Lucille T.. Haz- election. This Resolution shall be t'
revised for %
Farm plans were ,
en Inspectors.
published as a part of the notice of
Marklee Starling and Dan Star- In the event any inspector or said special election as authorizedby
clerk so named. is unable to serve Sections,236.38 and 236.39: FlorIda '
ling.Resolution. as such the Board of Public Instruction Statutes. 1TJji jI ':i i1&I

EASY TOCLEAN reserves the right to appoint SECTION 11. All resolutions or ..
a substitute or substitutes.The orders as the same may be in conflict -
__ A Kiev
Calling Spl
inspectors and clerk shall make
tlet. of Freeholders *t. ,Special their herewith are hereby repealedand
returns to said Poard Immediately '
this Resolution
take effect
T.. Srhool DUtrirl N mfcrr Oae after the special elec -
.f Bradford Co..tr. Florid. T. immediately upon its adoption. _
Be Held o. April 1*. 1958. To De- tion.SECTION S. The polls will be BOARD of Bradford OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
County, Florida.
termUehether BomU of Said
open at voting places on the date D. W. ._
DUtrtrt !. the Amoaat of $450.- of said special election from 7:00 ATTBST:Starting Chairman. .. I 11
100.00 Shall be United. A.M. until 7:00 P.M. on the same
H. P.
Morgan Superintendent of 1
WHEREAS, the Board of Public date. Only the duly qualified Public
Instruction of Pradford County, electors
residing In said District
Florida. by Resolution passed and ; who are freeholders and who have County Florida. '
adopted on the 15th day of February been re-registered in the special 3/13 5t 4/11
1933 did determine that serial re-registration previously held for
bonds of said Special Tax School said bond election will be permittedto In The Circuit Court" Of The Eighth 1
District Number One of Bradford vote in said bond election: provided : Judicial Circuit Of Florida In And .
County Florida in the principal however that any qualified For Bradford County. IB Chancery.
amount of 450000.00 should be issued electors residing in the District Case No. 12497IN
to pay for the following who are freeholders may vote it Re' Adoption of: DONALD
95 school projects in said Special Tax said bond election upon complying BERT ROBERTSON and MELVIN
School District Number One. to- with the requirements of subsection WARREN ROBERTSON JR., Minor
uanm 19 wit: (d) of Section 100.241 Florida Children By: RUSSELL ALBERT
BROOKER JUNIOR HIGH Statutes. EBERLK, Their Step-Father. :
SCHOOL Renovate existing SECTION 6. The form of ballotto ORDER OF PUBLICATION: AND I'
buildings paint buildings, purchase be used at said special election NOTICE TO DEFEND .- ._
necessary site.HAMPTON. equipment and shall be in substantially the following PO: Melvin Warren Robertson Sr. H- --:. CAN'T
Improve form: .
ELEMENTARY Clark Boarding House, Bainbridge, .5.
SCHOOL Renovate existing "eeiaI Tax Sckool DUtrlct amber You are hereby notified that a Ik- just can't.
buildings paint buildings pur- ,
I One petition has been filed in the above
chase necessary equipment enlarge BRADFORD I NT Y. FLORIDA styled court by Rusbell Albert Eberlefor .
and Improve site. afford to turn down an offer
April 1938
Renovate existing Shall the E'oard of Public Instruction Robertson and Melvin Warren Robertson -
of Bradford like this!
County the peti-
buildings necessary, paint equipment.buildings, purchase Improve --I; Florida, for and on behalf of tioner, Jr.and, minor step-father children of by said minor
Special Tax School District Num-
children Russell Albert Eberle and
site construct cafeteria ,
new -
PHONE 70 ber One of said County, issue
STARKE, FLA. and construct new .class serial bonds in the principal you are hereby summoned, ordered

rooms. amount of 45000000. bearing
interest at a rate not to exceed
six per cent per annum matur- Plumbing At
ing serially fr9m 1959 to 1978. Its Best .

.WON! NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYEXECUTIVE years both upon from inclusive the terms the date callable prescribed of issuance ten by ? AH Types I Use that old range as a $75.00 down payment on a

the said Board of Public Instruction .
HOME OFFICE: LAKE CITY, FLA. the for cost the of purpose certain of proj-financing e Prices New, Automatic Gas Range fromSLADE

ORDINARY DIVISION HOME OFFICE: MIAMI, FLA. ects for school improvements in
said District: the principal of:
and interest on said bonds shall Installation and ServiceOf
Announces Its be paid from a special ad va- :
lorem tax levied on all taxable : All Types
property in said District. and
v r for the prompt payment of the Plumbing & Heating GAS CO.NEXT

I f "SILVER ANNIVERSARY YEAR" said full faith principal and and credit interest of,said the I

; Special Tax School District Number GNANNPI..UMBING
One shall be pledged. .
MARCH 15 1958
____-- BONDS : CO.
Instruction to Voters: If yon are DOOR
in favor of the issuance of the 118 Court Street _

bonds, place an "X" mark in the : PHONE 514 J
space to the left of the words
T1 1 rr'1 1 "For Bonds." GO FIRST CLASS
If yon are not in favor of the Night Call Collect 2896 --
issuance of the bonds, place an"X" :
mark In the apace to the Keystone Heights
I left of the words "Against I '
9 : 9" Bonds." r --- 5--

: SECTION 7. The Superintendent
of Public Instruction is hereby

:'" .: 3 "r I.,,'",:-I" 5, -' : authorized printed sufficient the paper inspectors ballots on number and plain and directed and of white deliver clerks the to aforesaid paper them on have or to a R E M E M. B E .R Jimmy. S. Royal Moore'sU.

': :. .:' before the date nd time for open-

3 jj .8'S'T: ing SECTION Public the polls Instruction 8.The for such superintendentof shall election.publisha And Gulf Pride

notice of the election hereby
called in the Bradford County Telegraph -
a newspaper of general circulatIon -
J. W. POWELL Local Representative in Special Tax School District S & H GREEN
Number. One, Bradford County -
Florida. Said notice shall be AWARD

The above representative is a neighbor and member of your community. He joins for published five consecutive at least once weeks each with week the 5,000 STAMPS

the Officers and Home Office personnel in expressing thanks for your confidence, less first than publication thirty days thereof prior to be to not the

cooperation and support during the past twenty-five years. date of said special election. This,

When'you support our Company, 100% of your p/emiums remain iIi North Floridain Resolution a part, may of be which Incorporated this notice In and is Winner Will Be Announced .

one of the following : published as a part of the notice'
ways which said notice shall be in sub- March 15
stantially the following form:

1. SALARIES TO EMPLOYEES "Aotlee *.( .Special f Special Eleetlom Tax.(Sehvol FreehUer OverRadio WRGR at 12:30 P. M.

2. PAYMENTS POLICYHOLDERS District ff..ber One, Bradford

_3. INVESTMENTS IN NORTH FLORIDA .. C.*.tr, FUrida T* DrtenaUeH ,
tke Bear f Pabile I.atn.tt. .
.. .f Bradford Coaaty f.r
May we join together in service for the fu tore growth'and prosperity of North sad .a Befcajf .f Speelal Tax 1,000 S&H GREEN STAMPS STARKE TIRE SALES
Florida. <**.! DUtriet Kuiber OB, .fRnUfcrd
County flail !.*.. ,

"Twenty-five of continuous serving faithfully the .Beads Serially.(fr Said.. District llU to 1978 Maturing, I.el.Ive. .- Given FREE on each of the following dates: Mar- GULF OIL PRODUCTS U. S. ROYAL TIRES-

years progress Notice .is hereby given that a 18, 19, 21, 25, 26, 28 Apr. 1, 2, 4. 8, 9, 11 To .

people of this area. special election will be held In Holder of Lucky Tickets. Come in and Register Mercury Outboard Motors Borum Boats

Special One of Tax Bradford School County District! Florida Number, TODAY! Nothing to Buy!
LOCAL ADDRESS: 1218 BRADFORD ,ST. STARKE, FLA. .PHONE: 495.L Norris Craft Fiberglass Boats

t atCity, Hall Lawtey. .

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i:1ad,1 'Moot fHamptoa .
y cut-off I just' north cf 7

.,,_ ... .. n w .....,. ... ow !" 6 t t 1 Hampton along a grftc'! known as II 7t

6 the Carl Johns grade to State t f -
Wesleyan Guild Ann Graudon
Mary _" ; Road 100 a distance(: c! four and
Entertained Has, Birthday PartyLittle r ,.. one-half- ::: miles.!? a

A road leading from the end ofC.21A

At Buffet"upper Mary Ann Graudon celebrated .t 1 ; and c'ontinjm? to whereit

t b1 intersects with Bate Road 21. :
her'seventh birthday 8; t'w
Wesleyan* Service Guild Unit ?. i. versa!) 'on Monday aftern'n' I ,l District--A ro4 leading in'a _

enjoyed, a buffet supper at f,e hen her mother, Mr?. P. \VGriudctj : 'I S.4 r.e1 ;- : westerly direction' from Road 18 'w <

hitne of their" president. Mrs. It gave a, party for her i.... .... just wrest; of Graham, then in a y i
6.; Muffins.! at' their rcgu'ar .northerly direction back to Road ,
A pink and blue _
color scheme I _
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monthly meeting Tuesday evtiinf. was attractively carried out in !f ; "": ?< --- >- _-- 18 east of Brooker, a distance of a a

loctess.. Mrs. Henry Godwin was a> he party decorations: The en i Spanky McLendon I Woman's Club'Saturday ey.ellin :tan room of the club where Ute bout fcur'and one-half miles. : ; T=AL
'-. guests enjoyed This road is known as the Dedan
games jutn'! 'iree-iiered birthday'cake
The club clevuiy : was '
Following the Mrs )4 lit I house was _
supper r.rizes and were given favors of Js Giv n Dance I the< center of attraction. Church road.These .
tn presided over the bi,sine.<-s Balloons and bubble gum. I cec: : grated for this occasion viih projects ale all out of I

meeting during wh'ch she gave a On 16th Birthday I dusters of balloons -bright ''piattss ,- The hosts were assisted in serving : ': secondary road fvcds and have I

report on the District meets In Former : d"colored photographs of and entertaining the guests no chance of being realized until _

rhjch was )held PaJatka.. Mr Missionary Spanky McLendon of, the, St'ts by Mrs. 'Louise Kite,and the attractive 'he county'pays off more of its
Farm [center celebrated his 16th teen-age favorities ,in the! entertainment '
Loots Hillendahl gave thee' To Address Men bonded indebtedness. L Lr
: world.'Refreshments. decorations were hi
votjon and was in'charge of ,theprogram. lirthday anniversary with a d,:i.e Front primary f>u ds [paid en- <

Taking port on the program Dr. J. W. Creighton.i pastor.,or Liven by Ivs parents-Mr.- a..J of sandwiches, tharge.,of 'Ham PovU l irely by the state I the Commis-

were Mrs. J. R. Hixon. Mi. the First Presbyterian' Church 'nfWilUstcn Mrs. R. P McLeudon. in the-,t' Bunch and cake were served in the Linda. Sale, and Carol Temp'. ion i requested:

M. (T. Grills .and Mrs Wane will speak to the Men Resurfacing; of State Road 230 ; +.' "a
Social Club Miss WSCS Members -
Haines, '>i the First Presbyterian Churcli Party .Alice [New Bla ding Road] to Clay F

Special guests at the supper rid..: ,n Wednesday March: 19.at. 7 &p.m. Has Spring Theme Enters Second Phase Plan WorkshopThe County line. -:-'" ,-...-"'-."- ...-- ----

netting were Mrs. C. D. WUliju.: :'. .Dr. Creighton is a former nil::- Resurfacing an 'A State Road Mr. and Mrs. Quigley Lacy Wynn of Hampton; Mr. and

president of the Women's Socie'i, onary: to China and has>erv i. Twenty-seven members' enjoyed Of Nursing, Course I Methodist WSCS will hold i6 in Bradford County. Mrs. Purvis Hazen and Mrs. Mary
end Mrs. Titus Olson. a; president of Westminster (..11. fI meeting of the Starke Soaal I II its'business'and program meeting Construction' of"r. new bridge Honored On Golden Lee Silvernail, of Ocala; Mr and

' lee a United Presbyterian in I Club Monday night in the Presbyterian rext Tuesday morning at 10 0 over Santa Fe River at Brooker. Wedding DateMr. Mrs. Gene Carnell and son, Gene

Recent Birth stitution: at New Wilmington Pa. assembly hall. clock" in the. Fellowship, !laU, Resurfacing 'of State; Road< 235 of Daytona Beach; Mr. and Mrs.

Party games and stunts, bawd t 1 e. xJ A work shop will be held] urei from" Santa Fe River tr Brooker; and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of Eli wr Johns and .son Larry, Mr.

83gt J| ; and'-Mrs. Ewell Lawson Recent BirthsMr .(n the theme of spring were plat ;Set Jej: lM the; : direction 'of Mrs. C. D. WI-; State I Road 18 from Brooker via Starke were honored 'on their and Mrs. Leonard Noegel and

.r. of the Orlando Air Forceannounce B1: .d, with,Charles Qrcdford and his S a kebti Earns and Mrs. J. W. Andr;wt. Graham, and Hampton Beach to golden wedding anniversary at a son Stephen of Starke; Mr, and

the birth of a Eon .'and Mrs..Eme Wel1hau.c(1'] it Uan;> awarded.ecpgpitJon I lr I : Members are asked to bong' their 'own' of Hampton; State Road 221 [family dinner given Saturday. Mrs. W.:A. Scott Mr. and Mrs. C.

Randy Joe born Feb. 27. PateiJ! 1 I : Maxville announce the blrtn! "springing" the best joke: Tire bible, note book and a guide. A [Hampton cutDillnorth] from March 1, at""Serenola" home of S. Carnell and sons. Richard and

trajndparents; are Mr. and Urswel "i a son.. Gary Gene on March 8 lest concluding line to a 'JO'.a ,covered luncheop will be betel Hampton to intersection with U. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan in, Alan and Mr. and Mrs.' T. E.

: ) Lawson. 6r. of Starke at the Bradford County HosP.taf: about spring was composed by i'.a' !6-" it noon. The nursery will be open fs. 301 'at Rayonier headquarters; Gainesville. Present were 27 members Duncan and son Ted, of Gainesville' -

Mrs. i P.' J. Quattlebauig ani htram. -' r !aset,. tor tlw hildreI State Road 227 [Brooker'road] of the family who celebrated .
yt from U. S. 301 to junction withS.
HOMESTEADERS with southern
1958 Refreshments were served hyme R. 18 west of Hampton Beach. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKh.ry
dinner which climaxed
High School PTA was
'Below la the list of Homesteaders who hare not Tiled a re-newal hosts: Mrs. L. M. Clark. M-s The resurfacing work listed in were in Palatka Sunday ytlz g

Asse9aoCs plication, for office MS*. If your name appears on this lut please wmtaoftb 'Tax ap Charles Ward. Mrs. Carrie Adams a'nu.t To Meet TuesdayThe .he above paragraph was included I cake the cutting of an anniversary Mrs. J. G. Millican, who has i.be. ,
on or before'Aprtl 1st, ,f you wish In the spacious dining room
flbuvrari stead Exemption.thla If you have taken care cf this since. to Tuesday rel1t'w. your March Hnmf-nth_ !\tr; and Mrs.: Frank Herlong Mr*. ;n a number of )1lghway'and a gold and white color schemewas m.

notice cola Wigham Christopher D'Aloi. High School PTA will Jret bridge projects on which the State carried out in the table decorations 0< .. ., ,
N G Rtyn William Tyson Jr J M Edwards' tOO Mr. J. M* Mitchell. Tuesday March 18, at 7:30: p. min Road Department called for bids and in a centerpiece of
J Harrell Mack Leonard B The ,next ,will 1 !'ast Saturday. It Is expected thatt
W B Mlselfe. Jr. Pride Tyson C Holticndorf meetmg be held: the music building. Topic ofto mimosa and chrysanthemums, Prof itSharingCOMING

JI D Harrell; Jr. Elliot Tyson J Thomas W Thomas C Colson Tuesday. March 18 at 7:30 p. m. r program will be the scnoolturriculum. : will get under way soon becauseof I which surrounded a miniature
Jobnie D Crew Clara Aflen the Presbyterian hall. the bad condition of the sur-
John T Dukes H L Gatlin LI assembly Business of impr. >lt- < bride and groom.
Carl' L Prown Oscar Ralph A Dell Goodge Gpy Andrew nnce will be transacted at ctw face on these roads due to dam-
Dorothy Until their retirement last fall.
Ernest Mabry Gus Kelly Dinah Tyson Presbyterian Women meeting and it Is hoped that all age from the recordbdeakingcold
Vasco Hodge Van D Mr. and Mrs. Quigley were for
Patel <
R H W H Noegel Jr parents of school children will weather of December January -
Green, Jr. attend -
E .W Hodges H Palmer A Lawson Williams B B S C Edwards Holtzendarf t+ -Jr Met TuesdayCircle and February, nearly 50 years in the hardware-
Ernest Edwards lumber business in Starke. They
E M'L- Clarence Covington Comer" D Edward The executive board The Commission also requested
w will Deft
Alf k Marlzie Barnes Thomas continue to be active as sponsors
? 1 of the First Presbykr-
POUT M Allta Leatha :resurfacing of 221 f Hampton cutoff -
Shingles jie same night at 7
c-o Van H. p. m.
Anderson of the Gospel Tabernacle which
Rick Patterson David Jones iaa, Women of. the Church met ] from'town of Hampton south .
Wllli T PinlctoB Raleigh Strickland Victoria Mack Thursday night at o'clock '*f.h they organized 25 years ago. Also
K a Poll to intersection with; U. S.
Douglas P Hardy Columbus Mm Alice L. Dodd, daughter of 301
p '" "-a"..tt Brooks Family Picnic in their office at the church they
Mrs.: William Johnson. Mrs. W.
C A Crum Earl J. out this short stretch was not included -
Goodman n. Dodd of keystone Heights. "
l;:W Padgett Ines Hightower and Eugene L McAliley led the openinj devotional continue to carry on other activities 1
J W Ferguson Marks in the request for bids. It
Kelly EWe B Wooten Bertha Green was formally admitted into the Birthdays related to Christian work tr
Howard W Walt and presided in the
Ida Hankerson is said that the SRD
Clifford Chandler freshman class"of,, St. Luke's Hoslital plans a
including with and
CharityWllIama' Tom Marks Lonnie Albert GIbbs absence of the chairman Mrs. Sheriff and P. patch-up job on this link. corresponding
J 8 Grlffla Sam Berry HattIe WadeD : School of Nursing, Jacka'/n- Mrs. D. Redd "b : : helping to support a number of
Ifster Crews. A letter of -
N Griffis Emma Parker Saraa Griffin appreciation villa, in an impressive capping entertained at a family pic.;'cdinner
Ja* Roller B I EllingtonWalter Loretta ; was read from Mrs. Crews; missionaries in this country and
Mr*. Mamie Clark Hudson eremcny Wednesday night. in their yard Sunday ho:\- Cubs Visit AirportCub
Pearce J abroad.In .
L Faircloth and Mrs. B. E. Costello led the
Mr. Ben Faulkner firing the birthday annlvesall'S'f
John & Annie Williams Jessie A 3957 graduate' of Bradford
3 LOrrQuisle Raleigh Cox W R Kioup: in Bible Study. Rerea Vnents their fathers J. accordance with the wishesof
Garrison Strobo High School Miss Dodd receive I Sapp wno Scout Den 3 with e'en
Will Bennett Eb Chaney were served by the host:;.3 < the couple there were no gifts
M L Conner Alfonso Jenkins Lougenla McDougal a three-year' Florida State was 79 years old on Mar. 11. aid mother Mrs. S. G. Denmark
Vary Norman Smith to the 10 members present. The i at the celebration but a family
Minnie Smith James B Wells Scholarship to the School oftureng brew visited; the !meson Airport in SOON
Agnes Thomas E W Williams P ,, F Goolsby April meeting will be with M.a. Reddish sr., who was 84 co picture was taken which will be
W M Norman and Jacksonville
entered there lat on Monday alter
John Johnnie William C B John :B. C. Holtzendorf.' March 9. presented to Mr. and Mrs. Quigley -
Tyson EstRu
.,,Otis E Leach roon. They
Paul Buran eptember.Having were accompanied by .
J W sflt McRae B.' Thoma* J A EllingtonJames F Donnelly Circle 2 met at 10 a. m. Tus1aj successfully completed Mrs: H M. Hatcher; Jr. and Mrs. The four generations attending IN STARKE!
Nellie Silcox
O Harold C Cason D Smith, F W Graudon J Sumpter E Newsome E Geiger with Mrs. David Montgomery the six months' pre-clincal period. 40 ,&"B Wreck.i i. H.: Rabb,,Jr. .Mrs.the Leaston dinner Wynn.included Mr. :and Mr.Mrs.and ..

Joe'E Starling Albert H Williams Graham Crews After a devotional by Mrs. B. C. Miss Dodd received her write

T A Graves A H D H Peyton Harley Jr Charles Ruth Laundry E Lee I.Holtzendorf Jr., Mrs. Montgomery nurse:: cap in a 'lamplightbg Held Saturday ::- J.
N W Rhetta and Steel
Susie Manaell Julia Albert Jordan Roy McKinney: presented the program o.i t'ereni'iny signifying her acceptance _
A R Moore: Morgan The Learning Church" topic: row "
8hep Tomlin a of the Florence Nightingale t
Mrs. Grace
Slade W Osborne Edward S Dibble [Continued from Page One
Truby Mrs
teing discussed by all circles. ;
A Russell Norman J and her
T Uaditions ability to
H Charles B Starling W Slade: Margaret Ray Colley N M Brae Jr Larlton McManus presided over r'nter into the second phase of the A complete Room Grouping for

J B Prevatt Charles W Bias Glen y Collins the business session, when pirnswere into- 11 p. m. : Living and Sleeping Seven Dec-
H H Houston Wade hree->ear educational program: Aroond 100 members of the Th. 'k'f I
Berry Dyal 'n t
Haggle Crews c0 Barksdale floyd Stewart made for serving the &,'cn society were in Starke for the orater Selected Pieces! Stylingand
A R Johnson
W C Hardee Herman Lee rf the Church supper on March .YYYY9..Y YYY YYWyyy y. 0 Quality Everyone Knows
Robert G Green R L Lee .vreck which was pronougcel'ac}
Lloyd Griffis J E 1 9. The hostess served refreshments -
Hardy H
B Mims About.
Wilkerson of the'most
D Q cne satisfactory Uilby
Joseph M Grlffla! C H Nasworthy J M Edwards Jr. to the seven members p'e* LONG BRIDGE ,
Joseph M Slstrunk George F Guethlein Voiture: 1388 in some time:
Mack Griffis unto The next meeting will be
Carl Ritch C
8 J McGarvey M Ritch AND NEW RIVER The candidates
for initiation
I' Ed MayRalford Kate G Andrews Jimmie Ritch with Mrs. K. C. Duncan.
: Miller Mra C F Htovtr John Edward Witkowski came from Bradford Alachu?,
Clyde Watt F Register Jr J T Smith Et Al Circle 3 met at 8 p. m. with Mn E. A. Sapp Union and Gilchrist Counties
James Cannon Mary T Brown Mrs. W. T. Jackson with the deotional -'
ArvisrKnrkland T Fruk Land mmMM Ruby Thompson and presentedi &&a&&A&&&&&&&&.. which C'comprise Voiture .1S8a. 7 PIECES
\ program '
Nell H Nollman. Clem ,
W II :BeMUU A Griffis Candidates liQnthe' a1 po.t ,
E D TtnlyMyrtle A J Carver > Mrs. Louise'Harden. Mrs. Carl (
C .Crawford Services were held at the'LongBridge
were Walter Muhlhofer, W. C.
McKinney Leo
T rNorman Griffis Kirtsinger presided over the, business 1 SOFA BED
Edwina Freeman ,Register Z Z Uriffis Church Sunday by 18:. Rhoden, W. T. Jackson, Joe"Wood, .
EffPCrosby. Sidney F Griffis meeting after which fe1re.bn.ents Bill Rigby of the
Park of the
Freeman StarlinI'A and Charles Cox. I .d ,
James Wainwright T Dempsey George T Hugging .were served to the eiiht Palms with 1 OCCASIONAL
Mr Q W Alderman a good attendanc
J T Reddish Avery Slade The Bill Graham, chairman and H CHAIR *
Hollis V Knight and Laura Alexander uembers attending. next both at church and i
H H Priest N L Sunday A. Bishop Jr.. chef de Gare were,
Hendrith Knight Ralph Pearaall meeting will beheld with has: school. ,
J MT '
Joyce Walker J P Robert Angus Hall I a von Andrews as hostess. cssistel by the following menvrfrs: A' ; 2 STEP TABLES
Ralph Williams T 1<' 'Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Howell Dukes of
Luc e Kittle Ella Mae Tucker R C of the Wrecking Crew: Andy A6-

Benjamin Celia Duncan Finnl Willie Ed Mitchell Leslie Dampier K Childa CAR WASH SATURDAYThe Jacksonville visited Mr.' and Mrs inns, Al Crosby, Ray ptojie, Harry y_ 1 COCKTAIL TABLE
Eli Graham Jr R 0 Ferule Moody Friday and Satur -
Simmons '
Florence William i Hatcher Harry Rabb.; Gene Lo ig. _
Club wiltponsor '
Saul Hankerson T 1[ Perry BHS Library day ,nights. 2 LAMPS
J Clifford W Berber Kelly Mary N Bennett Zeaner Jones a clr-waall Saturday, G. J. McGriff,'Prank Reyes I. ? s

Sam Brown L Clarence W Mosl DeSue. Llazie Mae :Walker March 15, at'the agric IiWr t Mrs. Jessie Lazenby of Home Cl ark Joe Gum Cliff Hazen, :Bob
Joe Carrie i King Marshall Oble DeSue A Betty H Perry Sermons, building from 8:30: to 11:30 a. m.ind'lrQm stead and Mrs.., Gertrude! Moore ;iall, Arch Thomas, Jr4 and Guy,

Goalie Brown Leroy Thomas Doaey Fote 1 to ,4:30: p. m. Price of Miami were:weekend' guests of Andrews.! -
Rosa Lee Ghent
Arnold O. Haddock
Nancy Starling the Fonie Crews.

EUea Eat: Mae Tisdale Williams Nonie Dan Thomas Pullum ,T Mrs.J Alderman Alma Saxon 1.25 per car. '!Thosj visiting Mrs. Fonie ,HELPS: ,PLAN FAIR $146.70 Value at Only

WiUUma Alberta Watkins. C A Cox t Moody last
.' '.Joe Hewy_ Jenkins A R Randolph Ovella. Perry : -I Friday, 'SaturdayanlJ Wayne:; Matchett, a 'HaID ton t 1 0995
Fannie Garner Eat. Ida Mae Sherman F P Lott DARK Sunday were Mr, and Mrs)Den-
RicHard Smith M E Roberts John Farkos T zie Thomas and sou'Mike of Lake student attending the University! \YE HAVE GONEtOUT AND FOUND THIS OUT.
Harrington Chandler Bobby Joe Han f 1'"
Guys Hendrith Amos Williams Mrs. Linnie Beck STARKE FLAt Wales; Mrs. Gretice Williams of of, Florida, has>> been named to
Alfred Barnes Percy E and Edna. Floral OUR
Edgar Williams Jesule Guion City I Mrs Angeline Ten- ,one of the planning committees; $10 DOWN
Sullivan \
Laura Johm Ballard L Z Baker Benjamin F. Geiger FrL, Sat. Mar.14, 15 driz'of Brooksvflle. and Mr."and :or this year'o Engineering F'ai'r FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS TO SHARE IN IT. $2.50 PER WEEK \
Fred Smith Ollie Mae Cummings Mattie Sibley Mrs.,Veraelle Moody of Lakeland. .
W B Dixon Emma Hughes D L Raley DOUBLE FEATURE March; 7-9.: This year's Fair, being
Sallie and JoeWilliams Earner'ti. Brinson Mrs. Rhoda Dowsing spent from
Haul Fright The Man From Bitter
held during University Open
Arthur Lee William H. Hall Jr last Tuesday,until Friday visiting :

T W Felton J.Mrs.R. Mike Chasteen Marucca Jr Homer William J H Brinson Hall Ridge her brother, Gurney Crews a: lie use, i* expected to attract

Alice T LT Strong Casey. Jr. Mrs;. S'r. Peek j Jonnson, Sr IN COLOR e Raiford. more ,than. 20,000. visitors, GYM SETS AUTHORIZED ,
M Hamilton J 'B Sapp Robert W DrtkeR .'. a
A B Rosier W B Mundy L Pisano, Sr With Lex Barker, Mara Corday Mrs. Edna Lavender is enjoy
jack: Crawford Carleen R WtlUamsE Richard T Lovorn and Stephen McNally ing a few days visit with her r SINGER SEWING
H T Bennett LMathewsMerrill Sterling S Sawyer, Jr MR.2BY4Lath FOR THE CHILDREN
Ben Melvin Edwards R WillU Rivers And Lena Cook in I
Gladys Harrington T Gordon Jacksonville.Mr. ,
fc R, Starting Mlnthorn
Nathan -Rsa arson Edwin William James Speed. Esu Meet the Keystone MACHINE
Cora B Jones Wm Sapp Dave Henderson and Mrs. Cecil Gibson and 29 9S

Edward ACkini J Flortnei E Wall Matthews Jr W A Wallace Sr Kops Mrs. Minnie Granger spent, this DEALERS

John Crewi D W Carpenter weekend'in Deland with -
Gary F Thompson McLendon Frances A Huntw With Bud Abbot and Lou CosUllo. and ROl k This is
R Green a Quality Product
A Mrs. Meadows
Crawford Anderson.
T Old
John Sherman W H Smith Henry V McCrea*. PIllS Serial Chapter. 1 rand Color Trade Your Machine' fn on a

Thompkin E M Davis Cartoon far Children. Mrs. Hattie Brannen Late 780 Lb. Test Chain
Arnett J T Prevatt ,Wliew'r. ..,.D...... NEW MODEL.
Nathaniel .WhltUjrJulia. Butler visited Mr. nd Mrs. Morris ,

Tettl.Whitney Thompkin 8 R! E F Demoreat Spark M Mrs.D S Harrell M Mott Jr SUN., MON., TUES. Brannen last Wednesday.Mr. : Nylon Bearings We stock Singer Needles Bulbs

Hampton R S Wasdin Mrs Baiue JHarcb. 16 17 F ,
Howard Mott ,. 18 and Mrs. E. A. Sapp visited

Grac Annie* Green Hampton Et Al W Mr 8 A Melson H John H Mrs E ,seta Stokes Dyal DOUBLE FEATURE -. the Pete Sapps'last Tuesday in Two-inch Tubing Top: and Legs Belts, Oil Books and Scissors.

L B"Bamptoa B T Thoma Mrs Elizabeth Dryden Battle Palatka and'enjoyed a days fishing -
Enoch StrongClyde J T Pollard J T Reddish HymnIN .
at Crescent Lake.
Carter Edward GrUfl Albert Johnson

F )1Jae Starling Starling W Robert E Wlliiams C Barksdale' Robert Nancy StarUnr H Franklin Es. With Bock TECHNICOLOR Hudson, Martha Her Mrs. Mary Snowden is speadinthis ;

Thoma* Lafayette F S Smith Edgar Williams and Dan Doryea week with her folks, Mr. and 35-M PLENTY PARKING -. FREE DELIVERYr
R L C Thomas
Cater E W Bright Eat Mrs. Sampson Jackson in Gain ,
JoaeJh1lH um b ere SrT C H_*en Jr Yettle T) ompkina t ANn ... r '
Paul Und rWU Mrs J J R (doA :
D. Morgan Jr Mary M DaUr Mattie 'GrrenJowphene The River's EdgeWith '
Mr. and ,Mrs. Fred ,

O I.ea1ftPd, 1L 'Brown Campbell Jr Charles! R Shanbarger Danney Ida Hankerson EUerson Ray Mi land, Anthony Qoinn, Detroit. Mich,-visited Fredericksof the Ethan Let"Us Finance Your The Friendly Store -- Use Our Budget Plan

Lora Carl Brown Mrs Jt B Rosier A R Eandolr and Debra Facet Sapps and the'Lacy' Johns on
G L!Kersey Ernest Samuel Phillips C WU R A Nettles'Sr Plus Color Cartoon for ChildrenWed. Monday. Home Improvementson
j ifirantly Mrs C F Hoover _
Martha L McDanlel Mra. Joe E WilsonHerMbel Mr G W'AldermanRosa Ae FHA Title 1 -
Fred Wheeler Lacy Conway Liggette Eat.James Thurs. Mar. '19. 20:
Arthur- Leaden Jr ROTC
McDanlel 'Lena MundyPaal'Parker '
Leonard C Hlnson Jr L H Cruc DOUBLE FEATURE Loan

j ;Eat on Jr Augustus Harrieon Mr A H John* Death In Small DosesWith James R. ''Reddish, 'a Stark -"
Mre Merrill Prevatt Sr Mrs Theodore Tlson i,I j.tnri tJt enrolled in the Ariny Bserve e- ''I I Denmark Furniture Co.
B F GriffU Rudolph Sink Mrs Joe K WJsQB Peter:GraTes and Mala
IV Luke Benedict Finer, Jr Victoria MAP* officers Training Corps' atrust ll & JBUILDING
John Ditr Charges Dtnkina Willie Hack trie"University of Florida, has
wful&m P Hartmann Herbert Tho.mu Leila XewsoBS AN? been promoted to Cadet
8 Saunders -
James P Donnelly SUPPLIES
Howard Crews J R Taylor Zane Brooks GUNG HO LJeqrfnant in the BOTC program. > '
MllfWi D Carter Robm HaU Mr Mjttte' Priest With He has been assigned duties as "QUALITY ft SERVICE 434 436 W Call St. PHONE 151 Starke, Florida
Purvis Walter If King Sermons Randolph Scott
Grifft1t Betty Phone 3
Dentin 4 J:4wltlJ \ .IU t", ,ItnXizii* Owokx Plus Cter Carleett Matson Ieadec sad Pill f.Mtinlin
aobe11' r Jud d- 2 i' lW1 Mrs J P-Dickinso. rank, until-June. 301 E CML St SlAkKt HA.



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- and David .
-- --- U Mr. Mrs. Patenhave Jeanne Blade will amve T. Ceunty Judic'n Covit Of X-1 !t-\\ u [r S.:teacht ssalA-bindssrhaH-'ber-ralM rth*K-t'yn-n. t*-.tl.VWw \'-d.!
moved from the. Parcs: home .off homeSatwday from Emory ('.lJ- Bradford (:'eu.t,. Florida. _. ,',lI..ne. CY :-UGI.!, xit eel\ yrs frla tUte of' ho1'I I d. h -wo' !. l>r.kate T '-" '3113 2t3" & rarthereOf ....r.&id'lof h' -n
I "-P'""- tertast ,'re-I,i : m ib* S
S. E:>pelun Street to p home on verity for a week's ruidsenuuter TV RE: EstUe of EDWARD JOHN I I t-r-heit >v s-Md linuiid and hall Who are freehotrtus fly 'Aajn. a4 .

Raiford road just Beyond the city vacation. The Sladas will a;'ohave' WHELAN also known as EDWARD '.. tua'"re serially 'in annual ihI -. Mid bond: elerlie't up..n-.v.iaiiiig,; II
I I ] ;, J. 'VH .LAI(. DecaaMd.OTIC .__ ._ ;>OTICollr ; .1 I ..taHuwntli'\ th". is: day {>f wth 1t1' reqo4ieinen) f2 tess'os .
limits. as visitors next'ek.. Mrs. W TO CKKDITOHS", ":\ of !Sprrlal KIerll. .f Frreholders -1,, Slay from US9 to 1S78, both in- ,, ion 4dfMieetu1n... : r- ,41dgFtnttItts. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis were A. C. Sawyer and son. Charles All creditors of the estate of Ed. of Pp&rinl< Tax Srmo..l IU''- j I elusive I f. 1 .
in Archer ths wetkrnd visiting ward John Whelan. deceased are irfct ':\D'uhf0.. .*; Bradford All duly qualified electors of IM.URU: J1l" t'LW '.fXs.TT 1tTIe.( "
over of Ccral Gables. hereby notified and required toile CWoV,. : Florida.' <, Ik.ermlae l :i: Special Tax hool District Xnmj j of flrdfiirdtdUntU- 1'iurlda. '
I THE NEWS Mrs. P. E. atyie and Miss Dr. James E. Mosely of Twza- r any claims or demands which WII.'lIl"r" 11."r&f or "..hlft'hst : bcr Oneof Rraitfnrd County who! D. W._ Starling:, Chafruau.TTCSTtJ ., .
Mamie: Anderson. they may,have against said estate >,Urtlvn' 'Bradford ('.11 II t"."' r4fr lire freeholders and who have been' A :: "i$. a
vant. Tenn. spent last ThurJi'y: in the office it the County Judge aidtfl5, Hfanlf' 'uf' "j).t>'21' Tax re-registered in the special re-re- '' H. I1 Morgan. Superlnteudentvt .

--_-. -, -,-.-. _-._-._._.__- __ Mr. and Mrs. then Duke and I and Friday with his sister, Mr- of Bradford County Florida, in the seAi D14r1t4. 'uflrl.P :'0... 0IItidfr4h '1 gist rltlhn of freeholders previously j!I Public Instruction, Bradford .
yzfl daughter, Terry Dea, Ivve returned I H H.- Adams and eo'urtnouse at Starke Florida, within fiimjc1 heftIsuI''' he'd for said bond election shall be County. Florida. : .
family. i eightcalendar months, from the noli" i.f'sktd ur'it'Jrl )I"\irrillt: entitled to vote. on the question bf ', I-U"n, 4.1-1
v. and Mi-s. W. S McAliJ rs. C. M. Turney arrived fru.. to their home in Fcrt Lauder- Miss Dorothy Kickliter of Gen date of the first publication of this I seviifr'Fruut '1l>r,9 lu'-,19TS',* 'U-j, ..
ind family were in Park where she ras dale after visiting friends: and rel- Cove Spring spent the weeicerd: notice. Each claim or demand mast I I .Nt1'-'U'l, I I,i .m_ --- .._& ,.'a-.&..0
on business : be in writing and must state the i Iii )hereby" 'gitentliat: U
afternocn. visiting here son. Charts atives here the pas: ten days. with Mrs. W., H. Nolman.! Mr. I'place or residence and post office I..tif} -1''ero'th'n! will be held: in '.

Attending the winter rally She will make rm extent- Mr. and; Mrs. R. B. Alvarez of Nollman. who has been confined ;. address of the claimant and must ..e lal "Tnxhoot', District Num- 'I
the Men (.1 the Western dist.-; :be sworn to by the claimant his btr X>ue W Bradford' County Florida -
with Mrs. Chailes Waid Winter Haven this TOWN 7
are spending to the '
Bradford County 1l0S'\t\ : agent or his attorney, or It will be. 'at: FINANCE COMPANY' ,
at the First Presbyterian N. Cheivy'St. She was at- week with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. for the past.two weeks. is improving. (oi/nie void according to law. Oi yIIalI, LaWtey.
t$ Lake City Sunday afternoon w; by her Lang and Mr. and Mrs. Paul iiny- : 'i s/ EVELYN E. WHELAN. Courthouse. StarKe for North & '
,daughter-.i- Administratrix: with Will Annex. South SraTke:' ; ; t : : ; kI
In West tC ll St. r'n541 i
Rudolph: Sink R. G. Pa l l | Mrs. Charles Turney, wio! mond. Mrs. Effie Johns has had as ed of the Estate of Edward John Rtnr.l! Service-station, Graham.: I :

Herbert Green.. Lester Crew; to Fniitland Friends of E. J. Bowling will Wbelan, deceased. C"IIIr1lunjtv Center Crooker.Ci I ,- ...., n .:. -. .' ails
Mrs guests. Mr. and Mrs..H. D. Siel- l Jt
Hollis V. Knight, Attorney for Ad. ): :tlI1.: 1-1irjt1I0n..: ; .
U. .
Driscoll.: Carlton ]..Sr. has been visiting rev be interested to know' that he is tcn of Camden, Mich. and Mis ministratrix.' Community Center. Theressa.-- t Now

David Montgomery and Rev. \. in Fort Lauderdale and W--st slightly improved -alter being seriously L. L. Green of Lake Butleron'Sat.1fday .First publication February %7. School: Building. New River i Making uI
1958. 2/27 4t on the ISth day of April. 1958, inaccordance
1 fc, McAliley. Beach. ill in the Lake City VA and Mrs. Hjr.iy ,32NO'fICE' with a resolution passed .I LOANS TO ALL PERSONS ::

.Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Henry: Steinhagea Is confined in Hospital where he ha been con- Carter of Maxville over the wet-V: and adopted by the Hoard of .., .
Instruction Without Co-Signers
Buffalo, N. Y. who have bs GenenJ HosPtal for ''o-- fined the past six veeks.' end. I'D II KG I STICK: FICTITIOUS 1SAMR < Florida on the of 8lh Bradford'ounty day of Regularly Employed -

renting the B. J. Bowden home .) ., Mr. and Mrs.: Stein- Mr. and Mrs. Donald HiucJi L. P. Rafuse of Lawtey is a Notice is hereby given that thindersigned. Man 1958 to determine whether ,
W Gardiner St. for the w ond children of Oldtown Md.,are! medical in under the provisionsf the Board of Public Instruction of LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS r. ::;
n plan to move to St. Peters patient Doctor's Hospital I Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida. Pradford County, "Florida fur and
reason, expect to leave on "arOtzrId thee firstS o spending ten days with Rev. and lets of rmi.will register 'with.the on behalf of Special Tax School Histrilt .
April. Mark 'of the .Circuit Court, in and Number One '' $25.00"TO $600.00 ,.-"
; of
I fYadford
19 for Sarasota. where they \ Mrs. J. E. Sherwood.
Cpl. Vernon Harrell of P
and Mrs. H. B. McLet\ai-n County Florida upon County shall irsue serial bonds in
I'u chased a home.Prof Mrs. Alice Attending a family reunior. at S. C. is home on ten cpys 'eceipt Of. proof ol puUlica'ion 'of tlie principal amount of J50,0'U.-:
L. Meister of O.- the home. "of Mr., and Mrs. C. H. leave. his notice, the fictltiqus ntiie: of 00 for the following purposes: LOANS OF ALL TYPES ,
were visiting their son avi Ja-Automotlveunder: "hi h were KKOOKEU JU.VIOU' HHJH I."
** Mr., and Mrs. Quick, Sr.' on Sunday were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour sr.d engaged"in t. Jsinet.. one mile SCHOOL Renovate exisiling Personal Furniture Auto Real Estate --
Chare ,
'c'I pAyS the and Mrs. Quick Jr.of StatenvI'le;:!' ons attended the Boat ShoT '*.n &auth of Law ley, Fla.:. on C. S.thgh'say : buildings, paint buildings purchase ,
I over weekend. 301. .Ud
Struth Ga., Mr. and 'Mrs. J: W. Jcr.es Jacksonville en Sunday. George J. Elites and Bethna )[.:' iIl1IH'Osileo necessaryeluilJlIlt'nt. and

of Young"Haifa and family of Lake City and Mr. Mrs. Smith DeVoe will uridcto Esles. co-owners, 1*. O.' Box 3Lawtey -..\, :H A M P T ft X EhEMEXT-AnY LOANS FOR ALL GOOD PURPOSES

q.HfR A\r 1\\tt\ //7 11g and from Miss Friday Nell Bryan to Truu ar'-* and Mrs. Tom Thompson of Fort surgery at Bradford Co my Dated, Florida this 13th. 'dayof March, SCHOOL buildings -paint Renovate buildings existing pur- 'ConsOlidate Bills, Reduce Payments, Medical.'Taxes,. : <1-
Lauderdale, A.D., 1)57. at LTadford chafae
Hospital on Friday. Starke. necessary equipment, I'n-
/ < with Mr. and Mrs. Merr i Refinancing Emergencies Etc.
IS II County. Florida. 3/13 4t 4/.3 large and improve sitr. ,
Friends of Babs Lance will ts Mrs. C. C. Mcnr'oza of Jack'-,;... LA\VTEY Jl'XIOU! HIGH ,..

: interested to know that she underwent ville visited her mother, Mrs I I. The Court of the .('ou.t,. Judge, CHOOL Heno\ate .. .
: Erline Bussey of AUar'i surgery last Friday at J Griffin, on Tuesday. Bradford' CuuBt>, Florida.la building paint buildings purchase LOANS TO SUIT BUDGETS
her Probate.
Mrs. Janie
necesi-ary eiiuipmcnt, improve
Charity Hospital, NewSLa. 'Oilcans Rev. Donald Kokomoor In 'ref :Eltate of Delia' CatherineHoover. ...
Carswell wto is home was r. site, construct' nv cafe Small Monthly Payments Up To 21 Months
i ] C-M- \
where she is a 'student 'nurse. Ozcna Tuesday' en business. He Qeceabed.TV Lena and COIHstrul.t'1It'\\" class --
after being confined in %II Creditor. and I'erMuu.. .,- rooms.S -
Bedford County Hospital t :'t Her mother. Mrs: M. W. Laze. accompanied by I, P, Slitp lox flaiui* or U..aad..Ia"t TAR K K I:LI'::mXTAflY
D several has beon staying with her the erd who i spending a few-days Said Enlatet SCHOOL--l'on"trut.t new libri w cks. You and eaih'of Vou are hereby BRADFORD
Garland] Parnell of Savan past two weeks. with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Si-: ) notified and required to present SCHOOL-Construct COUXTY; new HIGH audi- We're Ifprp-Tn Serve You Regardless Who You Owe ,;;
Mr. :and Mrs. P. T. Nolin. n vemoved ; herd in Tampa.Mr. any claims and demands which you, torium.
Ga. was visiting Mr. and Mrs.. or either "of have against NEW
you may ELEMiXTAIlY:
into Their new home at CIlOOL-
G. Duncan on Monday *-ia and Mrs. William WIicnt he estate of Delia Catherine Hoover Erect new s('hool in or near See Us For Prompt Efficient and' Courteous Service For ... .
.445 W. Pratt street. ello of Belleville, Mch. spent I ln>[ !deceased late of aid County Starke to Include siv ((6) classrooms '
itSharingCOMING Mrs. Mae Jc'nes of Jacksonville Wednesday to Friday with Mr to the 'County 'Judge of Bradford cafeteria and offices All Your Money Needs -
and Mrs. N. B. Rosier, Jr County; Florida, at his office in R.J.E. HIGH SCHOOL, "Starke .
spent the weekend with Dr. tr.d and Mrs. Robert Firth. the court house of said County at Construct five IS) clasBrooms.
family '
ware visiting Mr.
ac Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. Jmes Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw cf Val- tarke, Florida, within eight calendar ANDERSON:: JUXIOR HIGH ...
2. B. AnfrewR in Lak B .t month*';from' the' time of the SCHOOL. Lantey TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
ftPotr4 11nr1<.v :?nd Mrs. Middletcn spent Saturday dosta. Ga.'spenf' Seve1'81'days'lastweek first publication of this notice. new cafetorium. Construct ,.

---.J. at Cedar Key. with Mr. ana Mrs. Tyler Each claim or demand shall be in Said bonds shall be dated .
W. L. Edwards Mrs. Lc.Mi Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark and Jones. writing, and shall state the place 1st day 'of :May 1938; and shall AT' STARKE ::
and Mr.. and Mrs. W. of residence and post office addressof bear interest from the date I,.
children of'Orlanco were, weekend; Mrs. Alice Anderson and nuln the claimant and shall be sworn thereof until
Stmt'n of Jacksonville '. paid at a tate not (Across Sreet From Olen's Dept. Store) 'D'"
v-i* ,to by the claImant. his agent. or' to exceed six
of and Mrs.
Stan1tyNoeel. per
guests Mr. Mian.' cent
Mrs. Burton of
Dora per
tr; annum -
attorney, and such claim de- .
the weekend with Miss Kate: any or payable semi-annually .,
th. rpent the weekend in Charleston, maned riot so filed shall be void. the 1st day of :Hay and Novem on 144 W. Call St. Phone 544 '
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour M\t co and a/ Edna Wallace, ber of each year,
S. C. visiting FT1 Mrs. L>le and hall J.e I :
-, and Mrs. Charles: Hairis .\s administratrix of the Estate in the denomination
SOONIN Mr.: and Mrs. J. D. Waned spent Wednesday and Thursdayat : Anderson and family. Mrs. Bin of Delia Catherine- Hoover, de-: r of 1000. ,...,.,.,.,
i Daytona Beach. C. tc ceased.
lemained in Dorchester; S.
the funeral of Henry C. First publication March 13, 191>8.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Lloyd} H. Lewis isit her scn-in-Uw and da ':-l1. .. .
3/13 4t 4/3 .
STARKE! Jr.afternoon.in Jacksonville v i were overnight guests Thurscav ter, Mr. and Mrs. R. A: Harl-y.; FREE ic FREE :

I if last week of Col. arid Mrs. :. George Kopelovsos entered Si- XOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS: n
with chicken pox this Electrical work including lights .. .. a
k are Johnny Torode, a1l> 1: Long while enroute to tncir Vincent's Hospital on Monday for I and sufficient power to operate .
t.1 home in Wilmington Del. air }.:rays and checkup. grading and ,.coolihg machines. -. ."
: Kckomoor: and Mary X.nn' vacationing in Cuba. wells, 'etc., and 'plumbing work to 14 FT. B.C. SPECIAL BOAT '
; I Rev. and Mrs. Donald Kuo- take care of needed repairs according ., _
Miss Mary Brownlee and Mi>s' to lay-out for Stark'e --: ....:J
moor will have as Saturday vi.c-: Y'owner. !r- .7: .
11 Roberts and Mrs. J. J. Hol- '. State Farmers MarketS Starke. Fla. .-
Baltic '
Joyce Humphrey L
\ Rev. and Mrs. Paul Ha..sfield -
called to ors For details write State Farmers
were Daytrr& :
THEATRETHEATP Md. arrive Friday for a ten-da and Rev. and Mrs. Ch :'..s
en Tuesday when U'.rf
: vacation with Mrs. H. L. Brown.Ye. -. Hamilton of Jacksonville. a:'C
E. C. Roberts suffered
a "
Rev. and Mrs. Gene Zimmemmn
He is confined in the II. If I-: ,
Miss Lu Green of the Urn It'r- cf Gainesville.Mr. '"
Hospital and Mrs. Hellene! ,
e.1ed fjty 'of Miami! spgent the week" -d Garl Mathews t.a"
in Daytcna Beacli with' and Mrs. ...-
,.ith her- parents, Mr: 'and :fcfts. I.R Sunday dinner guests, Bri-ce!

parents. 1 Lex Green. Mathews Miss Donna' Braezjfclcand
and Mrs. C. L. Scholl 0"-1 ,
FRI., SAT. MAR. 14, l ed Saturday after a ihrpe I Rev. and Mrs. Walter/ Zvoda,, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 'Mdayof

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE evangelists of Asheville, N. C.: Gainesville and Mr. and I.liS
pleasure- trip to visit t21'rinlaw
..Ie spending this month with Ur.ard Lowell Mathews of Starke.
-- >qc : and daughter. Mr. a'd
ir .'_ rft. ", .. Mrs. H. G. Bollinger. Mr. and Mrs. William Hicks .of r You may
f _... ._ E. M. C. Quimby in Rojnc&e. .
: > Miss Florence Jennings return- Cove ..
Springs Suiitfiv
were ;
.' f' hnd'the 1'on ele -
to Los 'Ang
I id Monday after being confim visitors of Mr. and Mrs. N.I'. be richer" thanYOU

SC -. :> the Baptist Memorial Ho.pitr.ithe : I Joyner. t .*" '..
I t W. B. Sewell the
spent -
kend past three- weeks' follow?:ginrgery. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly 'tnd think! .
in Eustis v.-ith Mr. and
}\ 1 Roger: will attend the T..s .
Im11EDS ? ton. .
(i1 >> D'L' J. p.i5 of Ccttrell Mr. and, Jr.Mrs. Floyd. !Mr. .and Mrs. .George Husns i Collectors convention in MLan Take your home. Houses -.'" '"

and family 'visited her motlv.; from Sunday to Wednesday.: ; ,'and property are worth a ''CI..

\ of Jackson. Tenn.' voll re- Mrs. S. M. Jetfords, in Hi ill L Mr.: and Mrs. J. H. Raule cm lot more, than -they were .... '
}lOCK to hear of the death of Mr. several And all L.aAkLJa ..,
Springs on Saturday.Mr. ofr Gainesville! wC'e SatuilY years ago -
mother Mrs. Ben W.
and Mrs, Robert Bark&d..le visitors of her the improvements and Trailer J
;who passed away on Mon- evening parents, additions you've made to Complete with 18 H.P. Johnson Motor and Murray
: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly.
Mrs. Boone was 'a visitor I your home.hav increased

? when tho Floyd Boone's [the ShoT in Jacksonville on Sunliy. Dr..James Chace,('f Gainesville _its."alue,.t o, Is DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW!
noiswt H* tw BRIAN DONLEVY Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of was visiting his aunt. Mrs. Etrii: :
*ttia tan.he ran tatuu tr xm(Mivi-foi Dorothy White] 'Were re- insurance enough to '

,. -_. .-- here-'last Fall. Tampa werevisiting and Mrs. O. L Hoover, last Wednesday.Mr. coverall .that value? Be TO BE GIVEN AWAY MARCH 29 ..7:30 P.M.
: Feasley Mrs. J. W. Kinjidever ., and Mrs. Atlas Hough r."l't!!
AND r. and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead I protected for all you're
the weekend.
family are spending the week- : children of'Crystal River 'eip worth.:See us for a property NECESSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Yancey, Jrof NO PURCHASE
in Winter Haven with Mr. Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs insurance checkup.
Decatur, Ga. spent Friday to
H. L. Hough. _
,I777\ Mrs.. Everett Whitehead. :: Monday with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver' of l F
Ola Perkins of
Hampton fl. C. fall
moved into her new home on L Vining. Williston were weekend guests olMr Agency f i SERVICE
Calls Street. Mrs. J. A. Torode, Mrs. B. 1.. : Sand Mrs. W. T. Jackson. IMPERIALI R

Irene Roberts of Paatke i M Moxley- ,Jr.,. Mrs. 'Drew RedJ.: 'h Mrs.'CJ. Ht>Upt'was in Orlando Phone: 146

the weekend with her Mrs. Randal Chitty, Miss LJUI G Monday to Thursday on out i.. STATIONE
Stern and Mrs. J. Bloodwotn I 260 E": 'Call Street E ..
: Mrs. Herbert Thomas,,, ness.Mr. -
attended ,the Variety Show *
'pr and Mrs. Alton Higginootlv U.FS.
family. 1575 No. Temple Ave. 301 StarkeFlorida
Slarke. Fla.
by the Jacksonville Beach am of Callahan were weeKrnd .
and Mrs. Charles Fields .
; family of Jacksonville were Junior Women's Club Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler -

evening: Jones. ..
their parents!, Mr. and =z ,
Mjr arid Mrs. H. M. Hatohri.
O. W. White. Sr. and Mrs. .
Jr.. and family will visit Mr. -and i In Ttir CountyJuiii. C.art ot
lttjrg.pr.kitaidW2OthCibqIo. Fields on Sunday. Bradford fountjr, florid: .
Mrs. Prank Hatcher in Tallahassee -
: In Pruhate
and Mrs. Mcritt Williams
over the weekend. IX UK: Estate of
Plus "Popcorn Story" Cartoon her mother. Mrs. J. F. EDWARD JOHN' WHELAN. also

Chapter No. 11 Serial in Jacksonville over the: Mrs Cleveland Driggers retained known as EDWARD J, VITHEI AX,
Sunday 'after attending tne Deceased.
funeral of her brother-in-ia NOTICE OF '1'ROBTETO
SUN., MON., TUES., W. A. Stern and daughter, ALL PERSONS, INTERESTED
: Carl Johns, in Monticello, Ky. IN TUB ESTATE OF SAID DE- ROCK
:MAR 16, 17, 18, 194BIGDAYS4 Louise Stern attended the I
After; the funeral accompanied CEDEXT:
) Choir Concert in the You are hereby notified that a
f.er sister, Mrs. Johns, to her :
I Armory last Friday written instrument purporting. to be
home in Chestertown- Ind. for the Last Will and Testament of said
"SAYONARA"Plus three weeks visit. decedent has been admitted 'to pro-
bate in tbis .Court. .You are hereby
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas andson commanded within six calendar .

"Speedy Gonzales" & of Crescent City were visiles months from the date of' the first '4 ,.,- "t j.-JaI, ,'I ; : ..fl, I ,.31" ,oa-

\ Admissions For This Show Mrs. P. S. Denmark and Mr. and i publication j in this court of and this show notke cause to if appear any, 'n,.

ADULTS, Matinee _____ Mrs. S. G. Denmark on Sunday why the al.ton'nf this Court In" admitting '
Sgt. and Mrs. John : said Will to probate IIhould
ADULTS, Evenings ___ Chaprumf not stand unreroked.First .. '
id baby spent last week with her Publication February, 27 $ 55
CHILDREN, All Day __ narents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tan 195S. X4' :X 8'

ADULTS All Day Sun. r.er. They had been stationed ..t (COUNTY THEROX JUDOETS A. COURT YAWN.,SEAL ; .

STUDENTS, Fort Benning Ga. the past tiirrt COUNTY JUDGE ... ft .

Mon., Tues., Wed. ____ ANNIVERSARY years and left last Friday for N work 2127! 413120! IHL L|

where they flew to Gerraaayrn ANOTHER CASE RECORD j '

Thurs, Fri. Mar. 20, Wednesday for three year duty r FromAdHIxuYItM.l.ut Cash Warehouse
DOUBLE FEATURE there. Enroute to New York thcvj ---- --- -;---':- -nL-- -

visited Mrs. Chapman's Tirocner. .
Case No. 3F58A .
Pvt. Eugene Tanner, at Fort MJo. PER :

GUUONGAL2 :Reading :moutii. N. -J. lady 82 years of age hid
f ....
the Jim Yarbrough of Winter H iv- chronic high blood pressure andlal'fn'gitis. n..

tn spent the'weekend with Harold 'Oh first examination

Family Davis. blood pressure }Vegistered 196. We :Meet All Local :

.A1C Jerry Colley of Scott Field, Spinal examination sliowed a "severe SHEET"

!1l. is home on ten day leave'with nerve pressure at base of the : a
his mother, Mrs. M. H. Coll v. skull' and moderate 'nerve pies- ,.

News Facts Mrs. Barney McRae returncv sure in middle 'of the'neck. Fbl-' .
Sunday after two weeks visit"" :"1 lowing' removal tot these nerve CppipetitionPhone

her son-inlaw and daughter.: Mr pressures the' blood pressure''registered ..

Family Features and Mrs. Al Harley, II!. 144 and the laryngitis' ,. -

Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover o* showed marked improvement. .

----;..;-- -;...;....;..-- 7crt lauderdale are visiting M!. Removing' 'nerve' 'pressure can

Christian Science Monitor and Mrs. F. P. Flume this weak restore health lifter 'every thIng

Norway St.. Boston IS, Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis' *.,.l else has failed because it corrects

Send your newspaper for the time daughter, Faye attended 'if9 the cause. BUILDERS SUPPLIES ;

Enclosed find my chock or funeral of Mrs Lewis' mother.: For problem cases phone or SJAR

order. 1 year $18 D ?Jrs. J. M. Bedwell. in TCJU.*. write theBOLLISGER I
t months>9 Q 3rnonths$4500! Miss. last Friday. Mrs. Lewis and ,

Daughter 'had spent last. week ;in CHIROPRACTIC' ,

nNATURAMAma Norm Tchula. -CLISIC' .,,..... 45 or. 333- At. S.A.L.Depot Starke, Florida '
kIRtII unwtf WIlT 426 X. Walnut St.. Starke
HOORSDK( .1MUIB, .,BARfinT. BSSEU Mrs. Alice Anderson is ml>7.R
Fhone108or ;
.-..-- .-.,...-- Address this wiekfrorn: the Hoover apart COMPLETE BUILDERS SERVICE '

ments'to-one: of the .
Ennis pa.t.I -
Plus! "Gaston is lIt'e..CartO 728 E. University
City Zon rState! t:I ments 'at'the of Chit ., .I.!
I -- M \ ri-U-A corner ;en: ; Phone T2228": ::'" 'UWi: stUre -'- : :
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.,''yy."yy.yyyyyyy T. W. Tatum. Marc Jackson Funeral Saturday
I .Mrs."Mary Reddish has as a I

LAWTEYrfy 'II guest her brother. Bryan Hicks I For R. F. Gano

of Plant City. Her Sunday guests CountyWinnerIn
were Mrs. Eve GoJwin cf Starke. Raymond ranklm Gano 71 of,
Mr. Jojrr* T. ....b. W.' Bee Brooker died March 6 in a
L. Baldwin of Gainesville and Spelling

;.- ;e : .&&&&&&.&&4.6..... ... Mr. and Mrs. Bryant: Reddish. Gainesville hospital. I
Miss; ,Enza Bianchard was the: Marc: Jackson. son of Major Services were held at 2 p.m.
: Mr. cud Mrs. Claude Sapp ;and:I I t:Sunday dinner guest of her broth" aid Mrs. W. T. Jackson of Starki, Saturday in the Brooker Baptist k' '

4 li laughter of Tallahassee were bat- er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, cn first; place in the Bradloi 1 Church with interment m Tompkins -

irday.dinner guests of Mr. and J. B. Dye at Kingsley Lake. .C-ainty Spelling Bee held in the Cemetery near Locnioosa.

i l Mrs. Arthur Pearce. Claude with Mr. and.Mrs. Jchnuy Jenkins ':so building Thursday Muu-h i are his widow two J
Us parents the late Mr. and Mrs. and family of Jacksonville were 6. at 2 o'clock. Surviv.ng ;
Ovid R. and
sons Gano Melrose
Leonard Sapp lived here many here on Sunday for a visit with He will go to Jacksonville ni:
Myrle M. Gano St. Augustine;
rears ago.Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and Saturday. April; 19. to compete *n
and six brothers Cecil Gano
at the home of Mr. and Billy. he North Florida finals.

Mrs. Andrew Wilkcrson and.fam Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green Second place winner was Mirvha Leesburg; Brian Gano Clermont;
Archie Gano Winter Garden; Kus-
i- F : j ily during the weekend were Mrs. and sons cf Add Ga. and Mr. and Susan Ritch daughter of M: -. YOURaIl/
1 ecU Gano. Jupiter; Eddie Gano.
S. : Bettie Healey Mrs.. Jean Lucas Mrs. Edison Green and family: of (',ace Ritch of Starke. Sanford; and Klvis! Gano Mascot

1 : ._f and sen. Mike Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Madison came on Sunay:! to get The winner of the North n.;, te.

Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. some furniture which was stcred da finals will be awarded a full DOLLARS ik4

James Wilkerson and family. of .................. .u..t. ,., Ul'n"IA.. n-v,1r' 1'n..v..1n": ,1 I I'
Jacksonville; Mrs. George Pad Wayne Bennett of Starke spent :d"tri; to Washington, :c.o : EASTER VACATIONSchool
Starke ElksRitualistic gett and Mrs. Martha of :1 will be closed on Good 'iU
Funeral SaturdayFor Lowerf
Final Rites the weekend with his grandparents -i > compete in the National Sprung ;
I Glen St. Mary. Friday and on Easter Monday a<>*
Championship These awartU
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett
Bertice GriffisMiss
TeamPictured Faculty Barbecue the Jacksonville cording to a moticn passed by ft
For E. H. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sh'iford are made by BUY
Hugh B. Mr. and Mrs the Natfi school Board at their speciv.'
I Bertice Griffis. 45.: died Ingram. ; and son took Mrs. Floyd Martinto Journal which sponsors
School wi"
above are members ot Doyle Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs. Bob- her home in Daytona on Sat- Florida' contests. meeting last Saturday.
Retired MechanicElbcrt Thursday March t, a' ner hcrnc.n dose on Thursday. April 3. and
the local Elks Lodge Ritualistic > by Morris Mr. and Mrs. H. H. urday and remained until Sunday Contestants in last ThuraJavsnatch E
Route 1. Lawtey after a lvf and cpen the following Tuesday Ap':1IS.
Hamilton. Mr. Mrs. Kelly
Team that took part m a contest H. C. afternoon. were: 14
She native !
long Illness. was a c .
held in the Palatlca Lodge on H. Smith 69, died Sunday radoid d County. Mrs. Edward Beebe Mrs. Jack Jeff Marrs of Jacksonville will Bradford High School- SarriiaSolano

March 2. :Thug was the lirst team morning at his home in Estes. Mrs. Joyce Futch. Misses be staying with his aunt. Mrs. 8th- grade.- Mrs. GeraUme- r- AT

entered by the Starke Lodge since Starke after an illness of several Surviving !are heparents., Mr Mary Faulkner. Dorothy Swan- Sam Hicks for several weeks. "syne teacher; C.'air! Nell Cooptr I
.nd Mrs. R C. Lawtty
:aontlis. ; Griffis ; born ar.d their guests Mr. and
its institution in 1950. 7th Mrs. teach- GAY'SHome
Randy Rosier of Palatka visit- grade. Sparkman
!.hrcj sisters Mrs. Ellen ,Nonaan.: Mrs. Glenn Conner and son. of
He born 31 188S
was May in
Left to right: Sam"ACK.. mem Highland. Mrs. Sar h Thompson. Starke, gathered at the home of ed his cousins. Margaret and er.Lawtey
Maryland the son of the tote
ber-candidate. ; Mike (flloo'chaplain :J&ch-nnville and Mrs. LueceilUinkins Junior High School. AppliancesYour
Henry and Mary Smith. He Caine Mr. and Mrs. James C. Smith and Vanis Rosier on Saturday.
6th tors
Geraldine Griffis. grade.
; J. D. Doyle, ttxaited Sanford; and one brcta-
in Lake Butler
to S'.aJke as a young man and sons. on Friday Mrs.! V. D. Dickerson of Jack- jiethna Estes teacher; Jak Friendly
Ruler; Harry KabD, Eaquire: ; (r. Riy Griffis. Lawtey. evening for a barbecue pork ,nd
rpcrtu a garage business. tniname sonville came on Friday evening Bales. 7th grade Miss DorothySvranbcm
Owen Vaughan. Loyal Knight; J. Funeral services were held $at. chicken'supper. The faculty 'recommends -
t> the first to establish in and carried her parents: Mr. and< teacher. DealerS
D. Seymour. Let. Knight; Tommy uidav at 2 p. m. in the Highhndi Mr. and Mrs. Smithto Norge
WilkerM Miss
this :\1 ea when automobiles were Mrs. D. G. >n. and Starke Elementary: Martha
Lewis, Inner Uuard. i Baptist Church with Rev. G. V7. as expert chefs in the
IUd something of a novelty. Tie anyone Gloria Anderson home with her Susan Ritch 6th grade; Marc NQRGB APPLIANCES
soon established a wide reputa- Chism and Rev. E. C. Harvey of preparation of these delicious! ; for the weekend. The H. R. Bar- Jackson 6th grade, Mrs. Dea'.vn

St. Anne's Church tion f.: an expert mechanic and ficiating. foods. I ratts cf the State Farm visited teacher of both. S MAYTAG WASHERS COMING SOONIN

.jor/id a good patronage during Active pallbearers were Albert Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and the Wilkersons on Sunday even Mrs. Verna Demorest and L. H.

Plans To, Build I ir.e runy: years he was in busingsrere. I Ncrman Leonard Norman J E.Wall family visited the R. L. Smiths at I, ijibson, school supervisors. spon- COLEMAN" HEATERS and

At Keystone HeightsSt. In later years. he also went .'11', Vernon Starling H. P. Keystone Heights on Sunday. I ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Griffis had cored the contest. A. L. Cro-y FLOOR FURNACESWe STARKE!

irto the appliance business con- Eaxley and Claude Rowe. Miss Doris Tanner spent from I as guests during the weekend Mr. Jr. and Harry Rabb served :!s

Anne's Episcopal Church in I tinuing until his retirement sev- Wilwn! Funeral Home of Lake! Thursday until Sunday with her and Mrs. Wilford Dinkins of Sanford judges and Sam Zack was official Service All MakesOf

Keystone Heights has staitidAction I ral:: months ago. City was in charge of arra.1 brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Kilgore pronoimcer. Appliances I
YOU'LL the new Eatei'brook
merits.I ..Irc...,. .UToHnn..... Thi/iUm... h. .YAAI." _I Y"'nA.111a'..1 'ilK" ..."A
on a building project.At Mr Smith was a Baptist arrl! a .uu UAL. IoU' "'\I> 'VL "A\.UUUU .ULa Li". AULa
a special parish meatuv* .aembfr of ,Morocco Temple in,I ville. They brought her "UU-I':Mrs. George Griffis and daughter Marlon Brandon I Phone 10 purse-size fountain pens In

Thursday night. March 6, revi?!d Jacksonville: a 32nd degree 'r fa-'j I Mrs. Catherine Teare Sunday.Mr. of New River. i!, SUrke Florida pastel shades. Only $3.0 a. Brad

Sisns for a new church bw'tmv c.n. and held a lifetime memh :- Succumbs At 89 and Mrs. Arthur Pearce: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams Stars In SayonaraAt '_ -_. IJ ford County Telegraph.

were submitted by N. W. HarJun- ..lIp :n the Blue Lodge of Pha- ; helped Mrs. Annie Stevens celebrate of Jacksonville were here Florida Sunday -

tergh. Senior Warden of St. An- .c.e1pa.; I Rites Wednesday ,' her birthday anniversarywith this weekend for a visit with Mr.

ie's. The plans,were unanimo.i Jv He is survived by his wife Nellie a dinner given by Mr. and and Mrs. Ed Durban and sons. "Sayonara," starring Martau *Jell It Rent It Trade It

adopted by the parish meeting Edwards Smith of Starke. and I II I Mrs. Catherine Qulne Tearc &), Mrs. R. \V. Sapp at their home in Friends of Catherine Tear :Brand in a poignant Jove sa>rylased

The church Vestry is now pun three sisters Mrs. Lcnah Hixk-] led; Monday aftemon at he Jacksonville on Sunday. who has been staying at the horn : on a best-selling novcl oi

MDg ways and means of financing Jn. Rcky River. Ohio. Mrs. .M*'I home in Lawtey afttr an extended Wilmer Kirkland of Ocala spent of Mrs. Effie Miner for wm the same name opens Sunday at 1 WITH% A TELECRAPH CLASSIFIED

tne project.The church treasurr. eel crandler, Rumford Maine, hineSI Sunday with his brother Arvis time. will regret to learn that the the Florida Theatre for a three-

terbert Whitehead. states th-.t: Mid tirs. Emma Lattomus. oar.I Mrs. Teare was born in England and family.Mr. passed away: on Monday alter "ay run. ,

:the new church will cost sor.ie ,'ose. Calif.Funfral (n Jat. 26. 1869 and came to Jis: and 'Mrs. Ressle Andcison noon.Miss Brar.don's leading lady is Miiko SO WORDS OR LEAS.! One lasertlom UII.I... Ctarfe) ____ u__ .n

15.000. plus another $5,000)1 services were held ir i I country at the age of 25. settling; and family had as Sunday dinner Gloria Crawford spent I aka. a young Japanese acr!':.; EACH ADDITIONAL! WORD OVER t9 hnn_ ._ _,?_____ 4c Per War

furnishings.The! the DoWitt C. Jones Chapel V.xl!'. :fij Chicago. She moved to Laxtey: guests Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Star- Saturday with her parents Mr. makin? her initial screen appeir.ince 20%" DISCOUNT 0V HEPKT ISERT1OA E AD

main source of income *ill :.esda afternoon at 2:30: o'ciacl: j 44 years ago from that city. ling of Gren Cove Springs and and Mrs. Jack Crawford. in this film. Others in the ::ir ADDITIONAL FOR HLIN'D ADS OR ADS JVOT PAID If ADV.\%CE.

be in the form of pledges fru/n with J. T. Quigley officiating j i Funeral services were held in Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Henry of Mrs: Mattie Carter and family large cast include Red Butt-ns,

):.rtsb1oners. However. a spe=.d Burial was in the family plo: irCiosly :I Ii; Orace Methodist Church at Lnvty Starke. visited Mr. and Ms. Nick Pope Ricardo Montalban and Martha CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ______ $1.25 Per lark Firm Inaeflioa,1.jiA

efort will be made for donati-a* Lake Cemetery. !I Wednesday afternoon at 4 (/- The Rowel Prevatt family visited and daughter in Jacksonville on ritott.; PFR i\rn FOR 8ME 'D REPEATED OVR OR StORE TIMF.S

to be included with the full ...!- Active pallbearers were W. F. ( clock with Rev. Donald Kokomncr Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Souther- Friday and Saturday. Brandon portrays an Ameri'.an CARDS OF THANK (Up T. M Words) -----_ ________ It...

fering on Easter Sunday toftvt' ooley. Dave PauL Lonnie liar- of the First Methodist ChunhStarke land in Lake Butler on. Monday Lawrence demons of Brocker ; Air Force ace with whom the star OVF.H so wonns -- --- --______ 4 Cram Per Word

the. building project. l 1N. Adclph Gay Hogan Smith. officiating. Burial was In evening. spent Sunday with the Wilmot I I performer of a famed Japanese MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS! -.___ ..C.... Per Wr
"Thi new church will be a I'netcset jhd Sam:; Anderson. Kingslpy Lake Cemetery unar Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and Starling family. heatncal troups falls in tl Vf'.
to Keystone Heights. td the} diection of DeWitt C. Joi.es The C. B. Hiatt family spent Sayonara" is the Japanese word
sens were in Macclenny.-on Sun. WE HAVE a new loan program for fit :ED TIRES
,:flI be a building that ever vote TMF. KlfillT POINT! for th I Active pallbearers were Piu1 for a. visit with Mrs. Mary Grif the weekend at their home on Jor goodbye. farmers. Loans of 1 to S years Get them now. pay as you rtda.
(an be proud of and pleased to way you write. Come in and s&. Dinkins Sr.. H. C. Kelly. W. P. Crystal River. for the entire credit requirements Ask for our easy budget terms
of the farmer and his tam- Lacy Conway Sales and Servl('..
lisve in the city" Hardenber leet your favorite ESTRRBROOFF.mntata t Kemp. Lonnie Futch Hubert fith.Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and ily. Gainesville Production Credit Unlun Pus Station. !:Starke Fla.ttcpg.

laid. Pen. TELEGRAPH. ,I Priest and George Roberts. family of Middleburg and Mr. daughter were Sunday guests of WRGR Gainesville.Association.! Fla.CO North Main.tfehg

and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt and imily Mrs. Leona Edwards. FOR SALE-14 In 15 ft. steel
t I: -- -- -- -- of Starke visited the Leonard Pre- The Leon Brewers of Keystone 1430 KC-PHONTOO ova TENTH AVNIYEftlABT culvert pipe, }1.5 ft. ALSO Build.
ing Iota for sale in Sjjth Gala
Heights spent Sunday with the RADIOS REPAIRED
vatt family on Sunday. STARKE, FLORIDA AU Hake All ...... Subdivision. Low down paY E'nL
Misses Patricia and Judy Pad. A. J. Crawfcrds.Mr. The Music ft News Station le..III. Charges K-araaUe4KPMKHirS Low monthly payments. BILLY
and Mrs. Otis Brewer and JACKSON Phone 165 c/o Central
gett: were weekend guests of Mr. In Starke RADIO & TV Trurk Lines.
family had dinner with Mrs. Effie laraaa tireea, Owarr ttchgOXR
and Mrs. J. D. Davis and
familyin I ::8 W. Call SI. Phoae !39It.rk.
Jacksonville. They. with the Mae Pringle in Green Cove .. Fla. BEDROOM furnished apart-
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ments for rent. Phone 165V.. T
Davis' had dinner with Mr. and Springs on Sunday. Mrs. Brewer's.mother. .I Jackson. tffhg

I Mrs. Marcus Davis and family In Mrs. Daisy Pringle. who 6:00: Sign on and News FOR SALE-Registered Angus heifers -
H-- and bulls. J. B. White. Stp 3/14 I FOR BENT-Reduced prices. S room
Middleburg on Sunday. had been visiting there came 6:05: ) Starke Wakes Up nicely furnished apartments. Adequate
home with them. a% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY heat\'fl!. For elderly coupleor
irs UNLAWFUL Freddy Carver of Jacksonville TOO First Edition (newi) STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE .
gentleman. Bessent Road Box
spent last week with the W, J. Horace Redding and family of 7:15 Starke Wakes Up HEIGHTS. FLA. MEMBER 440 R. Starke. tfchl
Green family. His parents. Mr. Jacksonville called on his mother. 8:00 Sports FDIC.
Mrs. Henry Redding and Mrs. Tim TWO COWS STRAYED into my
and Mrs. Eris carter for 8:05 Starke Wakes '
came Up USED WCRLITZER SPINET Piano field. Owner may have same by
him on Sunday.Mr. Blackburn on Sunday afternoon.Mr. 9:00: News & Betty, Grey Show excellent condition. Only J425.00. paying feed pnd adv. cost. R. E.
and Mrs. D. A. Jones and and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and 10:00: Sweet Music Show & For Information call or write Lee, Lawtey. ::tp 3/!,3

daughters carried Mr. Jones' children attended funeral services GRIDLEY: MUSIC.. COMPANY.,. .I.e. FOR ASSISTANCE in filing Income
News (hourly) 1023 West .lvpr.lt A v.
For Any Person or Persons to Engage in father. Mr. Andrew Jones to Jack- for. James Douglas of Lake Butler 12:15: Second Edition (news) PkeBNt. Gal."I11.FR %-403. Florida% FR S-10S6 i Tax Bradford Returns County see Charles Abstract,Hutcheson Office.,

sonville on Tuesday to catch a at Lake City on Wednesday. 12:30 Sweet Music Show & Saturday. ttp 3/!.!
train for his home in Guests of Mr. ar.d Mrs. L. S. 3
Louisville FOR RENTbedroom house
News (hourly) with FOR SALE-1950 Chevrolet
Tanner during the weekend were 3:00 Mon., Jimmy Dorsey; carport and screened, porch fully truck. Cattle Rack. Good condi 1-ton
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless :
Ky.Mrs. furnished N. Walnut
on St. Inquireat
: Billy Wilkerson and son Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack. of Jacksonville Tues., Nat King Cole; Wed., Jon S04 E. Brownlee or phone 264-R tion.Starke Cecil on Rt.Moore 16. Inquire 1 mile at west Cros.of

spent from Monday until Wed- and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton. James: Thur.; Johnny Ray; Fri., Ztp 3/13 by'g Store. gtp 3/]3

:\ Is nesday Brown in with Hampton.Miss her father Mr. of Mr.Starke.and Mrs. Itoward Miner Ray 3:15 Anthony.Mon. Gibbs Tues., FOR tarnished RE Lake Attractive house. modern FOR SALE-Purebred Collie -pup.
The Name Registered Georgia : ; Circulating pica 1500. W. E. Martin. t miles
,; Diann Thomas spent Saturday and sons of Jacksonville were Doris Day; Wed., Bobby Dukoff; heat. Winter rates. Mrs. H. C. South of Lawtey. 2tp 3/11
Bence 2223 St. Johns Ave or phone
'" night with Miss CharlotteAnn Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Thur., Les Brown; .Fri.. Vaughn EV-U36, Jacksonville. Jtche 3/20 FOR SALE-Costal Permuda grass
: .. ... ,
: Effie Miner. roots. Will dig roots. J. H. White.
rtr-! ; ; Cannon at.the State Farm. Monroe. :
1 t .,,:;.. Miss Jackie Harley and Michael Deepest Sympathy is extendedto 3:30 Mon., Vic Damone; Tues. WALL REALTY OFFERS Ztp 1/13

Blocker of Jacksonville were week- the R. C. Griffis family in the Billy Butterfield; Wed., Marty Tno-3: bedroom homes I. Latvte, FOR SALE OR RENT-5-room furnished -
-. passing of their daughter. Miss Good loeatloB sad t.r.... house. Inquire R. 1". Demo-
'. ; 1. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Robbins; Thur., Les Brown; Fri., rest. J6t Park Place._2tp :Z/ll
Harley and family. Beatrice Griffis. Kay Starr. Two bedroom borne la StarLe ..
'- : Mrs. Mae Wells met her sis*:.. pared .t. ISO* down or .. downparmeat FOR RENT-2 bedroom house ad-
:c Read This Florida Law The Methodist MYF chaperonedby 3:45: Mon., Three Suns; Tues., and large' aioatblr ..7meats. joins school grounds, large corner
Mrs. Linnie Gilchrist of Brunswick -
Mrs. R. E. Lee. enjoyed an Lena Home; Wed:, Perez Prado; lot. Grand and Brownle! Sts. Phone

outing at the Skating Rink in Ga. in Jacksonville on Sunday Thur.[ Perry Como; Fri., Walter Good ...1.... netting acer $19,000 1ST. Hl'hg

"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined It...., ta Starke on Friday evening. They spent the day visiting Schumann. yearly. Kxeellrat trrais.Tbree FOR SALE
Miss Swanbom motored I and had dinner in Morrisons's. As 4:00 Mon., Theresa Brewer;
in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name aa herein defined I ..... on U. S. 301. aice 3 bed roam Mouse and 4 lets within -
engage former .
to the Naval Air Station in they left they met two Tues.. King Sisters; Wed., Jo .....t..., meat sad w dtra.. Good I bloeks .f paatafflre la Starke.
without and unless said fictitious na.n.e shall be registered with the Jacksonville on Friday afternoonand Lawteyites Mrs; Wll Edwards:; of Stafford; Thur., Benny Goodman; t.r... Price at $J..SM....

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business brought her brother Arthur Jacksonville and Mrs. C. Y. Mayoof Fri., Pat Boone. If you are' alaaalaf on balldlac anew 20. acre farm, Z b4 room .
home for the weekend.Mr. Tampa. We expect they discussed 4:15 Mon. Don Cherry; Tues.. kane. I bare bwne plaaa available frame home, paved BlKbwaj, froat-
Is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an at. and Mrs. Billy Torode and at length the former happenings Homer & Jerthro; Wed.. Jerry Lee free for yva.catalogue.WALL CoMe. by ... fttromr $11,500.00.age. S Hllea Terma.RENTALS cf. Starke. Price

fidarit signed =>y all interested persons, stating under oath the names of son of Gainesville visited the Fred at Lawtey.Mr. Lewis; Thur.. Hank Snow; Fri.,

all those interested in the business entezprise, the extent ef the in Moore family on Friday. and Mrs. Ernest Hewett June Christy. REALTY !
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginb th- and son brought Mrs. Arlie Dobbs 4:30 Mon.. Hi Lo's; Tues.. Guy HKG1STERED BROKER Two modern' 3 bed room ...... I.
terest of each and the fictitious under which said business is carriedon. RUT 4 had sad
name am and daughter of Maxville home on Frida after she Lombardo; Wed., Ted Heath; Lake.See collagen at Klagnley

Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring spent Saturday evening with Mr. spent the'weekend with them., Thur.. Billy Ward; Fri.. Sammy WALT. L. MOORHEAD .
The Hewett visited other relatives as befare making that. flaal dicia.Ien.
and Mrs. Nathan Starling.Mr. Davis Jr. WI ATLANTIC BLVD. H \ 4-8810 -
to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have; advertised his or FLA. .
the weekend.Mrs.
here during
and Mrs. Melvin Foremanof 4:45: Mon.. Tito Puente; Tues.,
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four Savannah. Ga. visited Perry Martha Bales and daughters -'Harry Belafonte; Wed., Gale lit A. I. 2 I..... la and near Rai- FLORIDA REALTY CO.

((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county Davis on Wednesday. Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs., Storm: Thur. Teddl King; Fit,, A tcor.Paacela feared and and P cross Bshla fenced.".1''...,179 4 Of. Starke

where said Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Mae Wells were' in Hastings on The Hilltoppers. wells, several .0..... Ideal for 11( N. Walnut St. Tel 31!
registration to be made and said I
registration shaH not Stark. Fla.
Dinkins and Freddy on Sundaywere Wednesday for a visit with Mrs: 5:00 Mon., Al Hibbler; Tue,., truck and general farnlac .r Cat

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ot Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox D.--- C.- --Biggs.- Elvis Presley; Wed., Eddie Fish. tle., Reasonable with liberal terms. .FOR...h.. __RENT...._._. -...One.__.._.u.bedroom,, __ "'_cottage.._... u.
such publication. of Jacksonville.Miss WeddingAnniversary er; Thur.. Billy May; 'Fri.. Lea LAKE HITLER IB city llnlta. 3 See*am Mrs.*,cii J. W.ui Kincaid" VII 409 valHUl Walnut 01.
Carmeleta and Lamar Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Crews of Paul & Mary Ford. alsa room garage boone wltb atlllty 17%bide A rid and l laad.t... Street.

Futch spent Saturday night with Lawtey celebrated their 32nd. I 5:15: Mon., Joni James; Tues, ant hou.. rented plus .st..... RarKala -
FOR SALE-Wringer Washer. Good
If' in business under Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and : wedding anniversary on February Buddy MorrowrWed.. Patti- Page; at $8,500. Cash.8TARKEJ condition |?0. Phone 510-L. Mil!
you are engaged any name family in Hampton. i 27. They were married An Starkr} Thur.. Guy Mitchell; Fri. ,Glen 311 W. LafsjeHe. roans. dred UriffU on GriffU Loop. lip
Gardiner. Both and bath aw reated. A good bay
in 1926 by Judge
Rev. and Mrs. T. S. Worth and I
at 'J350.: 2 t per rent eash.RAIFORDs '::00.00 AVON COSMETICSOffers
family of Jacksonville were Sun- Mr. and Mrs.. Crews have always 5:30: Mon.. Bobby Dukoft; Tues. ...

other than your own and have not had this name day guests of Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. lived around Lawtey. Mrs. Crew: Anna Alberghettl: Wed., Gordon S room ..... 2 hloeks
is the daughter of the late FranK Jenkins Thur Dinah Shore
Rev. Worth filled the pulpit at ; ;, ; Fit erlk .1 dea.t .ae acre rich Ia...
Woodlawn Baptist Church in the and Alice Bradley. The, OTJWT: Frank Sinatra. dozen large pecan trees water Women Who Need
have six children. three boys and 5:45: Mon. Mitch Miller; Tues, aystenu Good deal at $1.000. leal-
absence of the pastor. L. P. Ra rat terms.LAKE MONEYA
properly advertised and registered we will. be fuse. who is a patient in Doctors three girls, and six grandchildren. Nelson Riddle; Wed.. McGuire IlnltaHighway
la city en
Hospital in Starke: Mr Crews was born and 'rearedin Sisters; Thur.. Sammy Kaye; Fri, 100, Jack Saaa property good earning opportunity right
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Bradford county. Mrs. Crews Four Ace: 1 3 BR ....., CB garage, als sergtatloa. in your own neighborhood. Join 1&.
all Hubert Priest family was born in ,Nassau county but 6:00 ''Third Edition'ne( ). 3 TIre Prleed right lefma._ and train In our beauty Conference
glad to give Information as to and Mrs. and Cia liSt'S. Apply immediately for several
you necessary were Mr. and Mrs; Edmond come to Bradford tt an early age 6:15: The Service Show. FOR SALE-Extra good Blue-Tip extra good territories in Stark
Crowder Pea seed. Gerald Adkins.
and Bradford County area. WriteMr
6:30 Show.
Summerlin. Miss Wonell Rober- What-A-Burger Hampton. ZIP 3/20 *. Ueta Prawn, P. O. Eos 401,
son. and Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Williams Cub Scout-Notice 7:55 News and Sign OIL r.alncsvlllc. Pla. ltrhg
what should do. FOR RENT-Brand new 3-bedroom
you -.- : and son of Lake City. house unfurnished. Near Starke FOR SALE-Folding Wheel Chair.
<: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Napier and Cue Scouts' Pack 70, will melt Same schedule as above except School If Interested phone R. W. Excellent Condition. Call 145 or
4 daughter of Jacksonville were in the Methodist Recreation roti 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. Prannen. State Prison, Ralford. Itp write Box %41. !Start ?tp 8/20

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sot 7:30: p. m. on Tuesday Much Sunday FOR RENT-Adults only. First FOR SALE ( room house >V4 acres
: Bennett Wilkison. 7:30: Sign on. Religious pro- class first floor apartment. Two 4 miles East of gtarke Highway
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH% 18.Den beds private entrance, garage TV 100.) Phone S34.W. !tch3/o
Miss Elizabeth Tatum and her 3 will have 'charge of the grams until 1 pan. .erla.... convenient location. 128 N.
roommate. Miss Rene Aberman fiag ceremony. Den 5 will conduct 1 to 6 pjn.-Die Sunday Show. Church St. ltp WORK BY experienced painter and

the University of Florida spent the program and Den 6 will be 6 to 8 pjn.-Same schedule HI paper hanger. Phone 6JO-Y. M. D.
--- ...... of FLOOR SANDING and FinishIng. Aloia. Begsent Rd.., Box 441. E.
r ... _,--_ _-_- ____ the weekend with Mr. and. Mrs. lespomlble. for the cleaning up week days "_ Phone 414-W, Calvin Johns. Itcbg Starkt.UE Uchc
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Hardenbergh, Rev. Allan Batt of .fl r s-' Reynolds Sr. the State.
the St. Anne's Episcopal Church, '' e tom Mrs. Nell Grayson enjoyed :a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook have
and Mrs Batt, Rev. J. R. Smithof r 7'A
recent visit
ir from her dauguurand returned from a recent visit with
the First Baptist Church ana
r son-in-law. Major and Mrs.
Mis. Smith Rev. J. Russell Young friends in Miami.
Mrs. J. KuswU Young I r D. R_Hartley and their daughter,
I of the Community Church. Mrs.' Diane of 'Montgomery, Ala.' Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Sunderlani

1' and the Club President, Mrs.
"Wives Have More Tune" I j 50 per cent of the Federal funds W. B. Dawson Sr. 't,. of Faribault, Minn. have been the daughter-in-law and family, the
Club Women Hear Senator Adams I collected here come back to us. Popular Couple Marry in Georgia xY recent guests of Mrs. John Thorn- R. N. Sunderlands, Jr.. The Senior
The Keystone Heights Woman's He pictured the "government" as Miss Bobbe Bastedo and Franc a quist and Miss Ruth Ohlson. Mrs. Sunderlands live in Wilmiagtoo,
Club heard Senator Tom Adamsat being an institution whose pur- Walrath were married on Satur- ___ Thornquist Miss Ohlson and the Del.
their program luncheon meet- pose is to carry on functions col- day evening in Kingsland, Ga. r \ .& Zanders enjoyed a trip to Miami
ing on Tuesday. lectively, and it has nothing except They will make their hcme in and visited. various. points of interest -
Senator his talk what it takes away from including Cypress Gardenson
The keynoted I Keystone Heights, occupying the
i someone through taxes of various their way back. The Zanderswere
with,the above phrase-saying that!' Al Nelson cottage o'i Highway 21. _
kinds guests of honor at severil
Frank is a student at the Uniiersity -
women have a responsibility to !I Ii i j A good definition cf the difference of Florida and Bobbe has parties during their visit in Key-
get the information stcne Heights.
government infull" value and "cash'value
been attending Jacksonville Uni- LtiiwrI
issues, taxation, and other I I in the matter of Homestead versity. Major Edward Timmons was
matters-since they have time Exemption was given and an explanation Mrs. Walrath is the daughte 1 .1 A.T' the recent guest of his mother-in-
which their husbands scmetimes:: Uw
of a more realistic tax of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bastedo of and father-in-law Mr. and
do not have. In his very inolm-I I program where more people wouldbe Jacksonville formerly of Keystone Mrs J. A. Williams. Major Tim-
ative talk on "taxes" paying in smaller amounts fo. I Heights and Mr. Walrath is the mons, stationed at Columbus,
Mams gave a clear picture on "as Ohio, was on a special training
the cost of government, ratter son of Mr.and Mrs Frank Wal- t ;
how the amount of taxes is decided than as present, 10 per cent paying rath Jr., of Keystone Heights. S 5 F. 3 S.r program in Alabama and while
stating that "no one relishes 85 per cent of the cost. Clay County Tuberculosis Assn. having: several days off made the
paying taxes", but to be realistic visit to Keystone.Mrs. Prof it-Sharing
Assuring his hearers that b; New officers elected at the
we must realize that everyman
careful study by competent menin meeting in Green Cove Springs on Dcnald Shackleford has
pays for what he uses: Tallahassee, great savings can Tuesday of the Clay County Tur- Y returned from a trip to see her
citing the example of everyone 1 I be effected in the State tax pro berculosis Association are: Mrs. M mother in Griffin. Ga.
paying for the electric current he
gram, and that a saftey measure Birch Stump, President Mrs. Y Mr. S. E. McKay is a patient in
uses through the Co-op but that lies in the control by local auth- Sema! Kirkland Vice-President, I Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville.His .
in Government the one who gets: orities. The Senator said further, Mr!, A. D. Duck. Secretary, Mrs. condition. at this writing re-
for himself free ride forgets that _
a "Much of what you hear, is a Pansy. Quigley, Treasurer. mained mostly unchanged since
,tempest in a teapot", and that! It was announced that a Mobil a his entrance into the hospital on
KEYSTONE nothing will be done to disturb! X-Ray Unit will be in Keystonein last Thursday.Rev. .

the tax situation without ade September. The next meeting ir..1Worthington and Mrs. Ralph Felix winter ..-
JEWELERSExpert .quate controls being set up. will be held on May 6 in Keystone visitors at the Geneva Apartments -

Watch Repairing I Special guests for the luncheon, Heights. were visitors in Lakeland COMING SOONIN
Quality Line Jewelry and seated at the speaker's table Attending the meeting from early in the week. Rev. Mr. Felixis

Walter M.\ Muhlhofer\ were Senator Tom Adams, Mrs Keystone Heights were Mr?. serving as supply pastor for
George Schaeffer and Mrs Emery the Candler Presbyterian Church. STARKE!
I[Adams, Mr. and Mrs. N. Watson
Cooper. They left after the services on,
Marines Get There First Sunday for the short trip down
We have it from reliable sources -
that the U. S. Marine Recruiterwas Springs Flows Again II I.
Drapery Fabrics Exciting, Refreshing, New in Keystone Heights last week ... .. .

Designs 1000 Samples to choose from. Florals, with the intention of signing up Worthington Springs is flowing this part of the state attracted our guests comfortable. Chargesfor enjoy Good Fellowship

Tropicals, Conventional Designs, Antique Velvets Jess Lewis. again-and it has a new owner. many Northern tourists. board will be $20 per month
ESTIMATES FREE-Keystone Heights-Phone 2861 HOOK 'N LINERutledge's The springs, including pool old In 1887 the Worthington <:. $6 per week. Children and Good Entertainment
'" Fish Camp board dance pavilion, and the propertyon Springs Hotel was advertised in Nurses, half price.
showed the following catches for which the once fashionable Rowing: terms by proprietor J. R. As a postscript Dr. A. M.
this, past weekend Mr. Blue, 12 hotel stood, was recently boughtby Gray, whose ad in the Bradford Powell of Providence had added: Delicious FoodAT
S. E. REALTOR "Specs", Mr. Kimmons, 25. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Hamrickof County Telegraph of that date "From five years personal ob-
M9KAY -- Karges 25, Herb Nelson a 4 lb. West Palm Beach. They are said: servation, I have uniformly found THE
Residential bass, Earl Cox an 8 lb. bass (Mrs. building a home on the bluff, "This popular watering place, patients laboring under dyspepsiaor
Senior Member Society of AIisers) Sheets is still ahead with her 8Vi but have not disclosed what with a new and commodious any derangement of the digestive -

Cleared Lake Lots, good Attractive Hiway Location. lb. bass] -all cf these in Lake plans if any, they have for development HOTEL, in the beautiful valley of organs, much benefited by METHODIST RECREATION HALL
band beaches, good hhade. Liveable, partly furnished Geneva. Pete Alderman, fishingin of the springs. the Santa Fe 25 miles south of the use of the Worthington
down payment. Easy road'j home. Business property. Dexter caught his limit. During the past four or five Staike is now open for the reception Springs water, and have noted
'150. $3,250. Julius Hanson a winter visitor, "dry years", during which rain- of visitors. To the over-I improvements in cases of chronic
reports a good catch of bass in fall was far below normal in this worked or otherwise exhaustedand rheumatism and neuralgic trou- SATURDAY, MARCH 15
Lake home in town. 2 BR, Ce- For Rent: Unfurn. Apt., $35 Lake Geneva. area, the springs stopped runningfor debilitated its sulphurous bles from its use."
ment Block. Tile bath. Car month. In center of town. At- A meeting of Lake Brooklyn the second time in recorded waters will be found not only DELIGHTFUL Daily excursions from Jackson- 5:30 8:00 P.M.
Port. Neat. Good location. Good tracthe home in town, near Civic Association members and history. With the return of near- and EXHILERA- ville, Lake Butler and Newberrywere
terms. $9.975. school, $83. mo. other interested persons will be normal rainfall during 1957 however TING BUT STRENGTHENING run by the J S &; W Rail-
held at the Woman's Club In Key- .> the springs started flowing and INVIGORATING promoting road.
stone Heights on Saturday. March again, though part of the water digestion and giving tone to the For many years the propertywas 489'.Lbs. Delicious Barbecued
DON'T BE CAUGHT SHORT! 15. at 7:30 p. m. A discussion and now in the pool is overflow from system generally. The surround- tied up in the Lamb estate. .
question and answer period is nearby Santa Fe River. ings are pleasant ,and the drive According to'a deed filed at Lake
Start Saving Now For Your Next Year'sIncome planned concerning the water Many Bradford Countians still from Starke, over a fine undul- Butler the property was. sold on BEEFWith
Tax level problem. Members of the recall' the gaiety of the Worth- ating country. of hill and ham Oct. 12, 1957 by Mabel Lamb
State Soil Conservation Service ington Springs resort in its hey- mock, romantic and interesting. Chapman, a widow and Ethel
PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS and Senator Tom Adams have dey around the'turn of the cent- The ,table will abound with the Lamb Powell and her husband
3 been invited to report the latest ury. South Florida was still largely very'best the country affords and B. E. Powell, West Columbia. S. All The Trimmings and Plenty of
developments in the project un undeveloped at that time, and no pains will be spared to make C., to the Hamricks for $5,000.
at the derway. A survey team is in the Good not Coffee
area at this time. This meetingis ing on Friday. March 7, the following held ,on Thursday evening. Spec- her little daughter, Sherry of
KEYSTONE STATE BANK open to all civic-minded m nand officers were elected for ial instruction class to be held Baltimore, Md., are the guests of
women. the Rotary year 1958-K59. Presi- after the morning Service. the Conneens.
Keystone- Heights, Fla. I Mrs. H. A. Sprow, Secretary. dent, Al Watson, Vice-President, KEYNOTESMrs Little Miss Scottie Thomas was ADULTS $1.50 CHILDREN 75cJustout

Member F.D.I.C.A Rotary Elects Officers N. W. Hardenbergh. Secretary John Maguira, sister-in-1 the weekend guest of her grandparents -
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community ". At the Rotary luncheon, meet R. C. Crawford, Treasurer, Wally !.aw of Mrs. Edward Conneen wo i Mr. and Mrs. William

,. -- ... ,, .,. Muhlhofer. Elected to the Board
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P. Thompson, R. L. Watkins and

Al Nelson. These will. take offic?
EVERYOHE'll5p ihil on July 1.Herbert.
:p.'t .
Nelson gave a talk on
the various products and by-pro-
_ WINS /Dff7/3 ducts from the materials taken 4.
out by the DuPont mining pro
cesses. :_
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'. WITH THE Christening At St. Williams _
Catholic Church
St. Williams Catholic Churchwas

r !ri the setting for the service,
conducted by Father Skeehan at z.rPfiC

which time Peter Conneen, adopted -
son of the Edward Conneens ot
Keystone Heights was christened.The .
.--. -a- i f of ''W"I ceremony took place in the' 1 _

presence of the immediate family,
.. __ and Mrs. John Maguira of Baltimore -
= v and a few close friends.
: CHURCH NEVSCommunity
__ Church I .
Mrs. John Strange of Eustis, New; wide and handsome !
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u- Fla. spoke to the' Women of theCommunty

.,... Church on Tuesday

evening the United her subject Nations""The. The Flagsof talk, NEW CHEVROLET rnrn1f$ [IDrn PICKUPS

t, y 't ; t enlivened by samples of all the
flags, and by the wit and charm

of the speaker, was informativeand They're as brawny as they are beautiful-three weight class! Two body sizes are offered-78 and 98"
gave a good picture of the
United Nations, what it bani new Fleetside pickups with the power and cargo long-both a full 6 feet wide. And you get the best

what it has accomplished. Th3 capacity to tame tough jobs and look good remedy for overhead worry that's ever been.built- I

: speaker was introduced by Mr doing ill! Chevy's hustling Thriftmaster 6 engine. Your'dealer .
f 'S Myron Prevatt, program chair- will fill in the facts, or details about any new Chevrolet : .
j" ,3. .e man. The business meeting was ; :' The new Fleetsidc reports in with more load space models, including America's lowest price' i f. '

f fW conducted by Mrs. Sara McDon- f' than you'll find in any other low-priced pickup in its popular pickup! __, >,' .; __ '
aid President.
? i Announcement was made of the< N I ".-"l.t, ; .
4' ,.' "f .,,
-/ Annual luncheon at the Park of J4. ,.i, ,.
the Palms held by the Community .. "', .

[$ROUND THE FARM The Church speaker Women will be on Mrs April; A. E.1. OO Styling that catches ..

Electricity keeps efficiency high : 3, \ Rather of Keystone Heights, who U\J1S\J-J\ \: : the eye and calls attention

cost low, profita ,climbing. Day will tell something of her exper- r' .. ;.::... ., to your business name!
and night in countless ways, this iences on a' recent visit,to the
Smed hand" is the big key to mission fields of her church in tt '
modern farming! the islands. jlI--r 1Th1rY1' Extra- big capacity!

The Circles of the Community ? o ._IL :J LSJ\: New Fleetside bodies
Church will meet as follows on i.
__ are wider, longer and deeper!
Monday, March 17: Circle 1 with J_
Mrs. Joseph Stein at 2:00: p. 31. s.- S. Y
X! ROUND THE HOME Circle 2 with Mrs. Axel Malm- s ,

E Electricity is the big lift modem homemakers -, gren at 1:30 p. m. Circle 3 wita _
need. In kitchen, bath, laundry' Mrs. J. A. Williams at 1:00: p. m. '..
Circle 4 with Mrs. C. L. Sipe at
electric appliances"save the day"...insure '
rv 1:00 Rebecca Circle with
p. m.
of happier Florida living! : -
big measures
Mrs. George Massa at 8:00.P.: m. -' --- ,
Nightengale Circle with :Mrs. ''',

Louis Kyle at 8:00 p. m. See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer
at the
The Sewing Group met -

Farm Better live Better. Electrically; / Educational Building on Monday
....... .. ....._ .. .... 4IJ.r fI ..' and blankets made for bandages the Bradford and receiving County SNOW CHEVROLET COMPANY

Anne's Episcopal Church
The Weekly Youth' program' 210 W. CALL ST PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA.
with a sandwich supper will be

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Lutheran Services St. Mark's Episcopal afternoon. Ed Waters is staying in Jacksonvffla for May Day and other closing wonderful job with the children's

$W 1 tRev. -. "Ii Friends of Mrs. Polly Grlflts with Mr. and Mrs. Bud activities. M. E. Roberts, princi- choir. Parents are urged to send
U%. E. Washlnttoa St Raymond acB1"ho will regret to learn that she has Waters and family and is employed ) pal. L. M. Riley, reporter. the children for rehearsal on

Regular service wm be held Sunday Services-9:45 .In., been quite ill and wish for he: a with Ambrose Printing Com Churchew5 Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

CHURCH NEWS, vary Sunday afternoon at 2:30 I Church School; 11:00 a.m., Morning speedy recovery. pany. Ed spent last weekend a'. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church The District Conference of the

oclock; Sunday School and Con- Prayer and Sermon. Mrs. Ben Higginbotham, Mrs. home with his family. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, Lake City District Rev. W. P.

firmation classes at 3 oclock. Holy Communion-First Sunday John North and June Higgin tQ. Rev. and Mrs. Albert Thom Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor, wor- Jenkins Presiding Elder will con i

I .Tbye ev.. jran ja..>ladex, .pa- 100 a.m.; Third Sunday, am, entertained ,last Wednesdaynghtwith son and daughter of Palatka unc' shipped, with New Bethel Baptist vene at Mt. Pisgah in Lincoln
'- z- tor Ct? The ITpt.tu herjin ,Church 7:30 a.t17.! ) a surprise. party honor- Rev and Mrs. Edward Jones of Church t-n last Sunday morning. City, Rev. Richardson pastor The
Hour for children ages 6-12. 7:30 ot 0ea1avin conduct theft r'rednnesday-700; PJQ.. ,.Choirzactice ins, Mr and Mrs. Oscar Hams Jacksonville were diner guests of I Regular service will be held all I meeting will begin with a local

Methodist ChurchChurch p. m. Prayer Meeting. qpR'I.,1., .. f. t ; 7:45, i>.m:, Litany and ant;Mr and Mrs. Willie Harris' Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cannon and day Sunday starting with Sunday I program on Wednesday at Mt,

Thursday. 6:30 p. BL. Youth I I. A personsMttioutxphamecrch M, Bible, Study, ..... 'f ,.. ,; oo, their: birthdays.; The immediate daughter last Sunday.Joe School at 10 a. m. Supt. Irene Pisgah. Delegates are expected to
activities for the week: Choir rehearsal. 1:30 p. m.. 'are Invited: to> attend.yOHlftrg Qtbef.meetings and services by families: ,enjoyed this occasion Padgett and John Waters Thomas in charge. Sermons for be in attendance from the entire t

Saturday 5:38 to 8 p. m. Bar- Chancel Choir rehearsal.Presbyterian announcement. with,! the: .Harris fanuilles.Idr viFited in Jacksonville Sunday the morning and evening will be district from Thursday through
becue Supper will be served by and Mrs, J. D. Padgett 1d afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Prof.
F--n\t arr.\i jHiifcB err +r4* *1*' ; delivered by the pastor. A. C. E. Saturday. G. W. Ellis principal
the Methodist Men's Club. Every- Church \ii. IQ; YJ .Ion visited Sunday; with Mr. Pad- Waters. League hill be conducted at 3 p. of Richardson High School,

one invited to attend. Adults .- nKe s.t + -",.? ;'TISTr L D gett's ,grandmother, Mrs. De I'. Mrs. Florence Parrish and Mrs.I m. "by president Fannie Bell Fraz-I Lake City, Florida will deliver a
$1.50, children 75 cents. I I Friday Adult Choir pra:tire. stevJ.. :,s:. Sherwood iP",**"a.i, pastor. f.. 1fft ::SurrlaySchooT 10 a,..m, Morng -' Padgett in Clay County. Frances Adams and Edward Eden I. ier. Missionary meeting at 4 p. m. special address on "The Conditionof
Sunday, 8:55: a. m., Methodist Church for y \ J". Worship, ,11 "m. Evening The Singing Convention wa f'eld spent last weekend in Inglis. Evening worship .will oegin the Schools in the Lake City
Sunday School School., .10 a.m.
Men's Breakfast, Fellowship HaIL? all ages, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship Youth Churcn.tjjjn.) -., ,,., Worship.TtfO.., p., m., TagUAtop >;held at .OtangeStieet Baptist Friends of Mrs. Frances Adams prcmpty at 6 p. m. All members District. This address will be
9:45, Church School for all ages. "Establishing Principles and ..Wednesday Prayer Meeting?- (Sundays!, ,:30"p. xo.;Mid Church in, Baldwin Sunday.. will be glad to learn that she.is and friends are asked to come and given en Friday night which is
11 Week )Prayer Meeting Wednesday We regret that Bill Robersoa is making her home with her sister. He is good
a. m. Morning Worship. 6:15 MeJdng decisions, 11 a. m. Youtn 7.30 ,. worship with us. Remember, "to- education night a very
p. m. Dine-A-Mite for MY?. 6:45: Fellowships 6 p. m. Evening Wr- cio r practice,' 645! pjn.viutvauaj 't 7:30: pan. ilt'in, a Live Oak hospital with 'an Mrs. Florence Parrish. gether \re stand divided we fall. speaker, so come out and hear

Fellowships for Senior and inter- 'hip, "The Turning Point 7.0 w '' ., H\n-t < CHt78C13t attack of kidney stones, Mrs. Earl Cannon will ent'r I Sister N. L. Pullum is dom: : a him. E. J. Givens, reporter.

mediate MYF. 7:30 p. m.. Evening. p. m. Ladies; Council. 1st s. i and 3r<-r ittii BAPTISt. '>*V4 : ,Mr.,and Mrs. Jack Waters ud the Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville I --,
Worship. T.awteT ,' I family of.JactsonviUespent; Sai-: next Sunday where she will
Tuesday nights. v .t. PEstablished
Starke Social Club, : .Men's Clothing 11111
Tuesday, 10 a. m, WSCS special First Tuesday Presbyterian- Assembly ::!41l. Everybody welcome toe h A. E: :Massey! Pastor ut rrtay with M.:5.: Dorothy Watt's remain for several days und.r' I III ALVAREZ STORE I
program. A covered dish luncheonwill 7:30 service.. Bibl school, 10 a: m.Preaching and family..They spent last weekend observation.Mr. 1894
be served at noon followedby : p. m.Wednesday ; 11, al m., in sav nah. Ga, visiting and Mrs. A. L. Gentry and
the monthy business session. Men of the iVii1i..to Evening Service, 7:30 p. ,m. with\ Mrs. Water's parents, !Ir.and. daughter of Plant City spent four
Church Supper Meeting. Dr. J. BA Bible : .,Mrs.,Minus Hays last week with Rev. and Mrs.
Wednesday, 330; p. m. StoryProf CHURCHSunday i Study and,Prayer, Meeting v
W. Creighton speaker 7 p. m. 'A' .... School< 10.n i m PreachhIg ,' J:30; p m.' Wednesday; Home Demonstration Club H. F. Higdon and family. The perfect tribute toa
The Maxville Home Demonstrat We are all glad to see Mrs
1L..; mTrataipgUnioa:; R:3O Radio program, 8 to, 8.SO ,a.to I
R At The TabernacleSeveral .. -'): .each" station Club met Tuesday at tne Belle Giddens up again after aweek's cherished memory .
m, t reachinr 138L al Sunday over
p. PfayeiMeeting
Y ; ;
; WRGft, Starke. home of ,Mrs. C. B. Nolan. MTS. illness at the home of lur y
Wednesday 7130p. m. Mills county home demonstralicn daughter, Mrs. D. B. Griffis. Every funeral that we conduct
to the Bible new School Roll were at theGospel' G.:!: 13 to!' CHfcKCli' OF)r CJIIRISTC. +i'i a 'ect, brought sonic interesting;: Mrs. T. H. Edwards spent two is a source of sustaining

Tabernacle last Sunday I tL4.PTISt.T. minionSri t t:; ,!pverrurt: trr Minister materials,. on upholstering Sour days in Jacksonville last weekI solace and spiritual inspiration M
own (furniture and also showed I with her daughter. :Mrs. Ruby 5_ = v ,
morning, and new faces! were seen' 6 Aloni Sunday: Sunday School, 10na
school, | a., m., ,
I : ;; I ijfilm, strip of the new BishcMethod I I Malloy and family.Mr to the family.
in the congregation.The Worship m.. morning service, 11 a. m.,
. ink ,..11fia.,, i.._TrainingUnion
: of sewinwhtclr will be
eve and Mrs. Simmons, former
annual fellowship meetingof ,. 6:30 ,p. ,ns* .T&vyting' Nor: "1ini'servlc. 6:30: ,p. m.Wednesday helpful to allot us.. Plan i I Hundreds of details are managed and economical
l very operator of the Maxville Dcp -t ,
itSharingCOMING early the April church, and will important be held matters in snip Collins! .7:30 Sr., p.nt f,, :,:.-..- Rev. W.. 0 Bible study, 7:30p. : foal tiie April meeting ,are: and! presently living in West VIti ly attended to that only a trained and careful
concerning future work of the everyoneto, either make,:,a dress i e-iWa, visited with Mrs. Fan!le organization can perform when the urgent need

t' a.FN6b.tvi.rM, .. S' bi FS Y. and wear U ,to .the meeting, or Gnffis last Wednesday. for serving is at hand.DeWITT .
church will be decided at that LA w'iii Cl 1 (;l pH lcm ST fYYYYYYYYTYYYYTTTYYTTTYYLWA purchase, the. material< 1and pattern
time. Truby and Doc Griffis of Law
(fresentrj )&&(.,Iii,Ctty; Halt ,arid,get help with it at the C. JONES
Sunday bIeBtUdy 10 : I \ tey visited with Mrs. Fannie Gnf
= : au m., VILL meeting'thai t; day. After the..mcrt-
If 4 ; fis last Thursday.Mr. .
St Edward's Church'SL wo !} ;',!f1o. ,-.,...,.. ; lug sandwiches and coffee were FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
EVening"'Young people's Bible and Mrs. Guy Frigo and PHONE 7
Edward's Starke Sunday Byr Mrit: d R:; NoianMr. served. .Enjoying this occasion, children of :Mr. and'
: study Jacksonville
7; preaching, 730.; ...... .... ... ', with Mrs. Nolan and Mrs. Milts We urnhh the highest type service at lowest prices and accept
Mass 10:00 a.nu Holyday Masses, Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 .. Mrs. Henry Griffis and children,
.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTYYi were: Bertha Harris. Baas ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, as
6:30 and 8:30 a.m. Sign of the p>: m. 'Dora !and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Strick-
and Mrs. H. L. Levins, North, Jerry Mize payment in part or hj full on funeral sen ices. Consultation
Cross, Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism Radio Pl'ogramStation Browning Gazelle .Sweat, Sue Bobbins, and land and family were dinner i
I Class for children every Saturday WRGR. Monday 6:3p a. m. end Mrjind Mrs:. M. C. Browning Wellhausen.We guests of Mrs. Fannie Griffis last carries no obligation.
and daughter, Vivian of JaCk- Mary
9:30, a. m. sonville 'I regret that Mrs. Dewey McPherson Sunday.
BROOEEB BAPTIST CHURCH visited Sunday with Mr. Harris of the Veteran's
St. William's Keystone has been quite ill and Lonnie
SOON Heights (follow Hiway 21 south : Sunday School It d. m.; mornIng and Mrs. G. N. Sutton of Nashville unable to be out. Hope she will Hospital in Lake City spent the
i ; 11 training Ga., Mr. and Mrs. T. M. weekend here with his family.We .
to St William sign Sunday :Mass worship a. m.: be well.
IN STARKE! 8:15 a.m. Holyday :Mass, 7:30: : union 7 p. m.; evening worship Oa"Daniels. and and Mr.family and 'Mrs.in Valdosta H. C.: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Waters and are glad that Rose Mary I .ANNOUNC/NG. I

a m. Confessions before all :Mass i 8 p. m.WednesdayHour. owning in ClyattviHe, Ga. family of Jacksonville visited Friday Wellhausen was able to return to

es: of Prayer, Mr. d with Mr. Water's mother school Tuesday after a two we's! A COMPLETE
an Mrs Lyle Schmehlsand
ETp. m. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family, illness. J
children of''Jacksonville spent I I II FRv'r- I I.

FIRST BAPTIST Church. StarkeRev. CHURCH' OF' GOD .!:.:-1 m1 .".y with ..uo.)Ti. .an/1 and...... -H/fvo/ .daughter... 13iifnwVHigginbotham w.U'<4, TYYYTT TT TTT. TT Y TTYYYYTTYTTTTTTYTVTTTTTTTYTTT_ --..." ---, .FOR. -." THIQ. ...., ADFA.,,

Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Morning Merle! : NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED

Lewis D. Haines Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday ,
Pastor Mr. and Mrs. John' Scrobble
Evening Service: 7:45 p..m. YPB CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Air
of Conditioning InstallationsRefrigeration
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Chandler were recent guestsof *
Heart of Town Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. ,m
Mr. and Mrs. John North and
Prayer Meeting Fiiday, 7:45: p. in.I.AWTLrY By Ozora J. ShelllkliAAAAiAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAiilA111
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 family, 'and Mrs. Mary WeUhaus-

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School 10 a. m., Morning en.Tommy '
Sunday ,
SERMONS11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Baker of Norfolk, Va.
Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- Levites NO. 641 To Meet plication. Ranell English, reporter.
and Miss Gloria Higginbotham of
Sunday School 9:45 A)I. Training Union 6:30 P.M. ice Saturday, 7:30: p. on. Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof The Sons and, Daughters ofLev Brooker T. WashingtonThe HeatingAll

will hold a regular meetingon second and third grade stu-
Mr. and :Mrs. Leslie Sweat and
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A NORTH SIDE family Sunday at 1:00: p. m. Allen dents of RJE, taught by Mrs. A.
BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. E. Church. Rev. A.
Jimmy Higginbotham Lawtey G. Moffett presented a film in
FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS'YOU Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning spent Sunday with his grandparents R. Randolph) supervisor will have chapel yesterday on the life of Service Guaranteed
Worship, 11 a. In. Training charge of the meeting. All mem- Booker T.
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH ) :Mi. and Mrs. Buford Washington. It was a
Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- Higginbotham. ber? :are asked to be present as bit late for the celebration of Over 25 Years Experience

shipi. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Monday afternoon, a passing there is much business to be Negro History Week but was enjoyed ,

Wednesday, 7:30; p. m. Everyone motorist on Highway 'SOI ran off transacted before the Grand by all in attendance. It depicted -

.;t welcome.- E. C. Harvey pastorHAMPTON" of the road and sideswiped a car Lodge in April. Sister Lena Tim- his life and, progress from

belonging to Mrs. J. W. Thomas mons, secretary. .a slave to greatness in Education.He .

Madison Street Baptist Church and',left the scene: ,without being: Ruth Court No. 18 lifted the veil of ignorance J. B. (Red) STRICKLAND
CHRISTIAN CHURCH identified. The right side of the Most Ancient Matron Sophia from his people and pointed the
Christian Endeavor, Friday 7.SO Royal is asking all members of way to
progress through educa-
car: which was parked in frontof
(Presently Meeting Washington and, Grand Sts.) p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, her home, was? damaged the Heroines of Jericho to plan tion and industry. He said, "We Sales/ and ServiceCall

7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship siderably. con-I now' to attend the Grand Lodge shall prosper in porportion as we
Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial l In- 11 a. m. Evening Worship Mr. and Mrs. Buford' Higgin. during April if possible. The learn to dignify and glory com- Collect: Keystone Heights 4144

vitation To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church 7:30 p. m. Bible School. 10 a. 'm.8EVEN1H botham and Mr. and Mrs. Lyl regular meeting was held onWedD'esday mon labor and to put brains and

Schmehisvleted in Lawtey"Sun- of last week which skill in the common occupationsof
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. No Travel Charge Made
DAY day afternoon at the home of Mr. was strictly a business session. life." We need more men like -,

Morning Worship ____ ._n _.:; 31:00-A3L- ADVENTIST CHURCH and Mrs. James Waters. ,.On next Wednesday two candidates : Booker T. Washington in Starke I
Services each Sabbath In the Mrs. John North and family will be brought before Joshua and Bradford County. "I will let

Evening Worship _______________ 7:30'P'I/: tome of S. N. Brown across from and Mrs. Mary Wellhausen visited Damon Dell, Mrs. Angie no man drag me so low as toI I

Training Union 6:15 P.M.. Bethel Baptist Church east of in Jacksonville Sunday with Franklin and Mrs. Artie V. Col- make me hate him.Va h- \
Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mann and Mr. ins both are teachers of Late ington, B. T.

Nursery Open for All Services Bible Study each Wednesday, and Mrs. Arnold Harper and fam- Butler Consolidated School ND. 2. i Thurston School News

WEDNESDAY' PRAYER',TIME' 7:30: :P.M.. 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. ily. Everyone will be glad to hear Both have husbands that are I A regular PTA meeting will be SOUTHEASTERNBible

that Mrs. Harper is getting along ministers and master masons. All held at the school, 7:30 p. m.

P. T. Nolin, Supt.. S.S.R.0.., Dansby r. T.U. HTWAT CHAPEL nicely! following her last oper-. members are asked to be presenton Mrs. Louisa Brown, president is ,
ASSEMBLY OF GODG. ation. i March 19th for this important asking all members to be present.We .

.Rev...H.'Mabry;Jr.; PastorREVIVAL M. Osbor&e, Pastor Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen meeting. Sister Amandalene regret the illness of our teacher -

(0 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn announce the arrival of a son, Chanlder, reporter. Mrs. D. B. Jackson who was

ing Worship, 11 a. m. EvangeIls- born Saturday morning, March 8. Carnation Saving Club out of school last Thursday & Fr.-

tic Service; 7:45 p._ m. Thursday at the Bradford County Hospital.The The members of the Carnation day. We are happy to have her ,. College'i

weekly prayer service. Invita- young. man has been named Club worshipped at New Bethel back again. All parents are asked
tion extended to everyone. Gary Gene on last Sunday. The sermon was to attend this meeting as'matters

Mrs. O. J. Anders Mrs. Hester very inspirational and rich. It of importance must be decided i
Am PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Hicks and Mrs. Helen ShuforJ was brought to the group by Rev. with reference to the school and BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA

Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morning i and baby son of Lawtey and Mrs L. A. Sampson, pastor of'GraterAllen' : campus. During the recent stormy ,

Worship 11 a. m. Training Winifred Martin of Daytona Chapel AME Church. Rev, days the goal on the basketball s .

Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship Beach spent Wednesday with Mrs. A. Vinson, pastor thanked the court fell. It seems to be rotten Presents

7:30 p. m. :Midweek Prayer Leslie Sweat and family. group heartily for the contribution and must be replaced. Let's come

:Service Wednesday '1:30. p. m. Mrs. Lucille Griffis, Mrs. Doris of $25.00 which was made out and make plans for campus

dear Everyone'welcome. Strickland., Mrs. Joan Zagortz, possible by their attendance. Mrs. beautification during the spring.

Evangelist Mrs. Eunice Caldwell and Bud Corean McNeil is president of this Anderson Junior High 3

I NEW RIVER Harris earned,the third and four- club and they are rendering a very Anderson Junior High will holda MUSIC I

SAMUEL BAPTIST CHURCH th grades of the Maxville Schoolto fine community service by attending regular PTA-Hobby Club '

Sunday School, 10 a. m. 'Worship the Jacksonville Public Librarylast some, church once each meeting on Tuesday night of next with a MessageSTUDENTS

Hour, 11 a. m. Evening servo : Friday. month during the year and leavetng'a week. President Linwood Craw- f

R ..x:. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting ea& We were sorry to learn that Mr. donation to help them. This ford is asking all members and '

t STEWARTWith Wednesday, 7:30: pjn. and Mrs. Amy' Slade have had was their second visit to New persons who plan to take part in JL

to put their baby daughter, Mary Bethel Baptist' The regular meeting ': the adult talent show to come

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Claudine, back in St. Vincent's will be .held on Monday, .out for rehearsal. The date has : 4j with a Testimony
LATTER DAY SAINTS Hospital in Jacksonville for treat- March 17. An members are askedto to beret fcr this affair which
{ Bible Centered Services each Sunday in old ment. attend and boost their Xmas promises to be a treat.

Messages Masonic Hall on E. Call SL Sun. Friends of Mrs. H.. F, Higdon savings. R. B. 'Cohen, 'reporter. The : MESSAGE

\. ; day .School 11L m. Sacrament win regret to learn that she still ,Eastern Star Meeting basketball teams pave s;.
shown real promise for the first
Service &::30 p: m. Everyone :wel remains ill at'her home here and The Dell Chapter No. 163 will We feel e'd.' with a Challenge
-I Beginning come. we wish her a speedy recovery. hold.a regular meeting on Thurs- year. that next year they Y N I
will be able
to the
enter Junior
Mrs. Hattie Nolan. Mr. and Mrs. day March 20. All members are Tournament. ..1
J 'C. Nolan and children and Mr. asked to be present and come Many games were
cancelled' due to bad'weather
MAR. 17 PENTECOSTAL.'HOLINESS and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and children prepared to complete orders on playing on an outdoor court. for Mr. Marvin Swartz
: :y: CHURCH spent Sunday in Seville witn uniforms; Worthy Matron Janie
b It would be swell if
r the cafe-
I Sunday School(; 10 a. a..; Morn' Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Nolan. S. Mitchell has not been too well toriuni could be ..-: Director of Musie
7:30 Nightly teg but plans to be present at the a gymnato- _
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Nolan ium too. The tournament for
c. next meeting, If not Associate
i services 7:30: p. m.Wednes'day I were business .visitors in Lake Juniors was played in Alachua

Prayer Meeting I City Monday afternoon.At Matron Annie Wright will have and was won by Shell Elementaryof And a Talented Team of Six Members ofilie
t 7:30: p.. m.KLNGSLEf. charge. All persons that have not
r. the meeting of the Maxvilh paid Grand Officers dues. Charity Hawthorne. Mr. C. C. Anderson

LAKEMISSIONARY Civic Club last Friday night, it and Education are asked to principal Mrs. C. Johnson, School with Trombones, Piano, Vocal
was decided to try to raise reporter.
BAPTIST enougn do so at this meeting The chapter
money in donations to pour the has been highly praised for the Wateroak NewsIf Solos
and Trios
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Mora- footing for the new club some- etc.
HOPE BARHST CHURCH- very fine manner In which it is you like a variety of greeting
mgrshlp 11 ajn. 'EveningService time within the next 30 days and being Jed by Worthy. Matron cards you will love the assortment

((7 Miles S. 'cf Starke'ee Highay 100) 7:30 poa,., Prayer ")Meetinr. then see how many concrete Janie S. Mitchell and Worthy being sold by the principal and
each Wednesday 7:30 pan. Everyone blocks will be donated by the lo- Patron Damon Dell: Mrs. Lawson students of Wateroak school for Friday March 14 730PM.: '

Merle L. PacUiam, Pastor welcome.-Rev. H.;'a Mott. cal citizens to get the building and Worthy Matron Williams of, the things they will need for ,

pastor. t, underway. Also plans to clear the Electa Chapter in Palatka was school closing activities.We .
playground and have baseball
a pleased to see so many young people -; regret the illness of Gail
HIGHLAND diamond set within is AT THE FUNDAMENTAL
GOOD up 30 days as members because she feels Roberts who has a cold and nigh
SGNG SEIIICE'\* BAPTIST .CHUBCH" also being planned. I
that the old ;mow: the way but blood pressure. We have enjoyed
_Sunday "School 11:45'L in- Mr. sad Mrs. Don Eichelscr the young. are strong and must I having Mrs. Ruth Edna Hollandas

Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and and son of Jacksonville spent carry on when they pass off the I a bdbstitute with the pre-school GOSPEL TABERNACLE

.7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting reach Sunday! with Mr, and Mrs. F., B. social scene. The chapter has 20 worker, Mrs. Lillie Mae Riley.
EIiYOH ."LtOMEJ' Wednesday' 1:30 p. m. ReV. Coleman and family: I' members so far. Other interested Parents and patrons' are asked

George Chasm pastor. Everyt pdy L A. Ward of Hastings visited[ wives sisters daughters of master to attend the next regular PTA I

welcome. the C. B., Nolans last Wednesday,masons:are invited to make ap-. meeting and help us make plans



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we give a small portion of our I I ,
time to the Lord who gives us I i'

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these things and'at least stop long INCREASE \11 11I I
enough to thank the Lord for ;
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aWe Sunday March 30, is HomeComing
day at Highland. Rev.
learned recently that Ernest
l Conway b to deliver the morning I
Sheaffer one of our boys who has "
message. We are to have dinneras : I
been here to our house
usual and then gather back in
times to Sunday School and the house to hear all of the for-
church but has been away for mer pastors of the church -speak
some time, has been studying to
a few words.. J. L. Strickland is MODERN
become a chiropractor, and is to to conclude the services. Of OFFICE EQUIPMEI T ;

graduate this spring and practice course,.all are welcome.
in Jacksonville. Ernest is ElginLang's
Our subject at Training Union J
nephew and should be well .
Sunday evening was PRAYER. If
remembered In this neighborhood.He t
all of us would pray more, mean-
has always been well loved !by; II
ing what we say when we ask the I I
all.Nellie Lord) to do as he sees fit, our You owe it r to' yourself and your employees to .ture.CHAIIS"i
Wilkinson spent some world would 'be a different kind Full-Size Standard ,COLE '.. ii''
little time with the Strickland of place to five in. increase the efficiency of-your office with Mod- I

one afternoon last week, admiring
Brother Herb Higdon preacned
chickens and'crochet work andI SMITH-CORONA 'PACEMAKER'OFFICE ern Typewriters, Adding Machines and other .
on the subject of FAITH Sunday .
I visiting. She'gave a1 birthday din- We do believe this r
evening. was equipment. See us for needs. Terms arranged -
\\ ner for her grandson Wayne the truest, best, most spiritual TYPEWRITER your tOU .

Johns, and son Jake Wilkinsonone sermon we have ever heard on to suit your convenience.REMINGTON .
day last week. There are just'a this subject. He had chosen an- t
'' few days difference in the two other subject to"speak from and '

birthdays'and she always gives a after he came to the church he 0ffivi. :L

dinner for both at the same time. was impressed to speak on faith. _
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wilkinsonand "
all who missed
Again we can say
Jimmie Wilkinson, sons of this sermon really} missed one of {. : e. .. 'I" 11GUE
.Mr and Mrs..Jack Wilkinson, of life. k k f M
the great blessings h
spent the weekend with their par- CARD OF THANKSWe Ee.Ig IjtF.lg'-Ure.$ ,., or. {

wish to express our sincere .. .....,.. .. aback
ents.We ,"x:: .;..:t:.:.:.<..:::: : : ..... '....:i., .......,;,:.:i4:: : > "' '..
haven't seen any robins and heartfelt thanks to all who ;r'x"" > := 1" << .v':'"1't

for several days, we wonder If t extended comforting sympathyand : ; 'i ;
they have left us again? If they help in our recent sorrow, I(;, fVfr ]

have maybe our winter is over. for the beautiful service flowers "V'," ............. ...... .. ,....;.....>.... $ .
We saw, John Wilkinson and and other kindnesses. We are 1i; ; .. ,
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family in their new house at Clay grateful to all. x...,.'.; j (.<0' '','.',;-"X'" ". 'A.\...<).....:.....,. ;,.:; ..,..;. tension
Hill Sunday. The house is not The Family of Ada Godwin. BUAVWNEW: .>:,..t...........'*=< .v'w. .'VJ' "'.:":.t.;::> k-1... :'C.. ... l'.., Spring .
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completed but they have completed 'l.'J :i-.Ji'ir.trT; ;x :;

enough so that they can spend .YYYYYYYyyy..YY9"YYYYHAMPTON. RANDADDING AD nylon
the day here Sundays. They will bearing

not have to make the long trip .
back to Jacksonville and back 8pf:.,: i 1-PIffhb Back lifts
here again at night. They will
In. D. E. 1HO .tI Mal
probably be our neighbors In the

near future. AAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjCouncil Regular $179.50 Plus Tax MACHINE
We were glad to'see Mrs. Zattie
/ Padgett able to be back to churchat 1 Votes To Paint
Highland Sunday morning. We Post Office Building 42soPlus
understood she had been too sickto Hampton City Council voted to Special Introductory Offer #y

attend for some time, and Zet- paint the Hampton post office i ..'''
tie has to really be sick to be too building inside and outside, at TaxIncreases i
sick to attend church services: their regular monthly meeting'at ICQ 50 f ,,,.

J. L. Strickland went to Duval Hampton city hall last Tuesday Plus Tax
Medical Center Tuesday of last evening March 4. efficiency by eliminating fatigue. You can
week for treatment of the skin Some repair of woodwork will Only 5.00 I
cancers. He learned he had to also be included in the work on WHY PAY MORE! adjust ft 4-ways. to fit your body. Molded foals

have a growth of some nature removed -! the"postoffice. tSUPER y i4 Down rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coated mate*'
from his mouth. His mouth School News SPEED ACTION
I aluminum
has been very inflamed and pain- Mrs. Virginia Faile. third and a ':' e 9 rial.WiO not stain crack or peel Brushed

ful all week and they may have fifth grade teacher at Hampton FLICK-SET TABULATIONS S k 6.50 frame. Solid base equipped with kick plates and
difficulty in getting rid of this Elementary School, was absent
STANDARD 84-CHARACTER bearing casteri.' Seat sin W x 1414 x 23A""
growth as it seems they could not due to illness on Friday and Mon- KEYBOARD tap

remove all of it. day, and Mrs. Jean Misner substituted ., Per Month
Daisy Lang is on the sick list for her.

yet and she is very slow in recovering Wayne Lamoree, seventh grade REINFORCED ALL-STEEL FRAMEonthelWSMMoM 1Y. S' "EXECUTIVE" Arm Chair
from this illness. Her student, transferred last week to I
daughter, Mable, Is staying and the Starke schools. He is the son T Colorful, Impressive, the last word II(
nursing Daisy. U Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lamoree WOIL 'S fASTMT KfttOAW'ASTIST beauty. Brushed aluminum, satin
"Miss Lillie Wilkinson has who were living in a trailer at ,' BECAUSE ''T'I IJMP&lSTI& smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with
the Leroy Rhoden home, and have I : tension and adjustabl'lheight.
been with her daughter, Greta eo -- .. adjustable
call for fret demonstration
: Com a
since the latter part of January.She now moved to Starke. or Swivel ball-bearing casters.
was to return to her home Report cards for the first sixweeks' a. tA! Seat size, 19lJ"x 17J2"x 2*"*
here the first of this month but period of the second seme- The
her sister-in-law Mrs. Jack Wilkinson ster were to be given out on Wednesday Remington

received a letter from this week.. The report '
Greta stating that her mother, period ended last week, accordingto 10 KEY ADDING MACHINESPriced O> 0 0
Miss Lillie, had suffered a heart Mrs. Ola M. Perkins school -
attack he first day of the month I principal. GrariM Grey ...Oak Uef Gtttt ... l row.
and would not be back here for Personals Ot( from 1QQ75 ...Saddle Tas..t Tirro Cotta ...Wine ...
sometime Mrs. George Rhayme of Miami I Plus Tax 85.95 ScppUrt "!". aid toft pedal_ fleet .*.
returned home last Thursday af- .t.NI..ApIe Gr..IMt&.J
We missed Mrs. Angela Higdon Plus Tar
and Mrs. Linnie Harris and others ter a visit here with her son and

from church and Training Union daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. :
Sunday evening. We understandMrs. Clyde Rhayme. at their farm ( ALSO
; '
Higdon has been confinedto home near Hampton.Mr. daar SMTflcdRQNAFull %UE'S
her bed for about a week with and Mrs. J. L. Peeples and
flu. Needless to say we wish a children and Bernard Bates wentto r): gars uG.C e4
speedy recovery to health for all Stewart. Miss.. last weekend kn 'Keyboard Adding Machines
of these. Mr. Bates visited his mother who
Faye England had the misfortune is ill in the hospital in Jackson,
to get a bug In her car a M I6.!! ; near there. Mrs. Thelma I. Priced from 99'.50PIns
few days ago which caused her a Atkins of Stewart, mother of Mrs. Tax'
great deal of suffering until she Peeples, and Mrs. F. P. Lott) returned 5
finally got the bug washed out. with them to'Hampton. TERMS TO, SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE I n ,c -for personal papers and othWvaluables
The children tell us they' havebeen Miss Carolyn Toles is visitingin 'n' i o (only YOU know the '

seeing some very interestingpictures Hampton with her brotherinlaw -- dial combination). Also two-
at school concerning their and sister Mr. and Mrs.'Marvin 5r'"t ball-bearing letter files.Two in*

health and also warning againstforest Faile, while on spring va- cd _:..a "' dex drawers for 3x5 or 4x6,

fires.They all enjoy these cation from .Tift College in For- ",. ." cards ((6400 capacity), or far'cancelled
pictures and we. all know they syth Ga. checks; two adjustable -

are educational for the children.Mr. Mr. 'and Mrs. Shirley Piper of (b 1 i storage ,compartment ta
and Mrs. Jack Wilkinsonand > I Jacksonville visited in Hamptonwith i ,t under lock and key.Size 371i-

Bessie Strickland went to I Mrs. Jessie Chastain on Sun- : rte'' high, 3014" wide, 17" deep

Starke Thursday of last week. day.Sunday ac Pi&Tewit1ta Olive green or Cole
Naturally, we saw quite a bit of 1 dinner guests of IT?. ilFILE'ra t s
water and mud but about the and Mrs. G. C. Cox were Mr. and With plungMyp lock wUcb-
I 'i i 75 .
automatically lock R drawtrfc
Mrs. Cox and family of
Mrs. Ray
strangest thing we saw was I
Wunberly's'houSe. It looked as if; Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Charles There's just no comparison between the ease of operation cabinetA F OAl Pins Tax No. 1478PI $QA

they wondered if there was !any Hicks and family. Mr. and Mrs. of the new Smith-Corona Electric Portable and any other

water under it and dug all aroundto Robert Cox and daughter visited portable in the world. A.gentle touch of the keys and, *?
retractable _
see if they could find water, during the afternoon Sunday.P. electric power takes over-speeding you through your ; T i ?i
and found plenty of it. We did H. Lott Jr. of Stewart, Miss typing quickly, quietly and effortlessly. SEE AND.TRY plus, a safe for valuables, < ,
not learn why the work or whatwork is visiting in Hampton with his IT TODAY! drawers for checks r : man y
is to be done, but we do parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott. .
files for letters,
know they could not work then, Waldron Wadsworth a radio
unless they could play in mud operator with the merchant ma- SMALL DOWN PAYMENT compartments! for boots,

for there was.plenty of this product rine, arrived in Hampton last .. 9.21 Per Month ,drawers lor stationery 3q'sq P'--4
anywhere we looked. weekend from Seattle where his and index cards. ikt
attended meeting at is docked and to w ,
We prayer ship plans spend .n. kl
Maxville.Wednesday night of last I 60 days leave here .with his parents Buill,; lib 1 a des w
week and the young folks insisted Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads-
that we help them with their worth. Since joining the merchant Other SMITH-CORONA PortablesAS

singing andplay the piano! for marines in January 1957 he has -t

them. Of course we are alwaysglad been completely around the world Win odd dignify lo any room.A convptoto
to see bur young folks take four times, but has been located LOW AS'I office combined into one handsome t 4. I

an interest in this kind of workand mostly in the Persian Gulf. .: w aJ unit door protected under lack by two end strong hy. ; s
: outer
are willing to help any tune Mr. and Mrs Thomas Wads- l <<
we can. With practice these youngfolks. worth and baby of Bunnell spent I 74.50 I : 4: ir deep.Green w Cole orgy.Mokogo .
w for
Juniors and Intermediates, the weekend !in Hampton with his Typing
could do some good singing. They parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads- I ,, Grained Wobrvt, y or K.o y
need help, all of our young folksdo. worth. Plus Tax Pin finish $15.00 additional. S
why don't we help them more?
Mr. and'M 's. Clarence Melton b
attended Sunday School and
of Jacksonville visited near morning devotional services at
Hampton last weekend with his Pictured at Right finger tiftf. The rerroctabl dew I
Highland Sunday morning..Therewere parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Melt- glides smoothly to and out. TABLE'
just 40 present -and theyhave I
146 enrolled!'' Where'ete on.Mr. The Skyriter
the other 106?, Of course there and "Mrs. T. F. Colson of 112-95 1' r for the Studint 11 .95 I i
Starke visited Sunday in Hampton :
are more sick folks these daysthan Plus-Tax : c : Plus Tai
well ones but still several of with Mrs. Ina Knight and son. II

us who were present were visitors.That Mrs. V. J. Slade and Mrs. Don-
leaves a very low'percentageof ald Slade drove to Jacksonville I
Hundreds of Other
the members present. Why do Monday. Necessities For The Office

we let other things interfere withour Mrs. J. H. Saxon has been mat .
church life and keep us awayfrom her home here since last week- '

down church the things? Why of the can't world we lay for end.Mrs.. Avory Slade and children [

two or three hours on Sundayand : spent last weekend in Maxville BRADFORD COuNTY TELEGRAPH
devote this short time to the with her parents Mr, and Mrs. 1'1
Lord's work? If he should see fit C. M. Greene. The baby, Mary
to take us from this life, whatgood Claudine. was taken to St. Vincents ,

would all of these hours in Hospital, Jacksonville, with I', ,
worldly work do us? Why ,cant pneumonia.





\TTTTTTTTT'YYYTTTTTYYYTT Mrs. Bill Reddish and son, Keith ness meeting. All me&bers are requested spent the weekend with his son Douglas and Mrs. J*. K. Douglaswere TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI of Georgia visited their parents, and Miss Dora Clark isn't feeling
arc busy planting trees, shrubs to attend and bring their and daughter-in-law Mr. and mopping 'In- Gainesville the G. B. Carters and the Saunders well. Let's remember to pray for
IIEILBRONNBy and flowers at their lake homeon coupons for the Orphan's Home* Mrs. R. V. Turner. Tuesday.Rev. RISING at Doctors Inlet last week. all of our sick.Brotherhood.
Kingsley. Mrs. Morris Carter)I and the old Christmas cards for Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and and Mrs. H. H. Mott and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Sheldon of meets each Mon-
Mrs Harvey McCarthywuuuu.u.u.ulua I reports their strawberries are.i the foreign mission field. This son. Billy visited Mr. and Mrs. children were the Sunday guestof Hillsdale--Mich spent last week day night at 7:30: at the church.
I blooming. Yes. Spring is on its will be the last opportunity to Bryan Whitfield in Campville on the Bradley family at Kingsley By Mrs. Gordon Jones with the Oscar Carters.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday
way. I. hand in the cards because they Sunday.Mr. Lake. us..u.u.uuauuA.Visiting Mrs. Silcox had as Saturday 7:30 m.Sunday .
The High School PTA will meet must be mailed overseas. and Mrs. Vance N. p.
Hello neighbors, is it wet at Geiger VFL 77 Kenneth Mott returned night guest her sister and broth-
your house? Thats foolish in the choral room Tuesday night' We are sorry to report that Roy spent Friday night with Mr. and to the States on the Franklin Robert Norman over er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fcrsythe School 9:45.: Morn
question I
It's wet everywhere. Seemed at 7:30: p. m. Principal Payne, ;Clemmons is still ill and may _we Mrs J. M. Bradley. I D. aircraft carrier March 5th the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. of Hampton. ing Worship 11 and Evening
like for awhile we were going to Faculty and mothers request your remember to pray in his behalf. Visitors of Chaplain and Mrs.I after a cruise to Italy, Spain Albert Norman and son of Mul- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Worship 7:30.:
attendance. of sick feeling J. T. the week- berry, Mrs. Maude Morris and Let us for these Services
need boats. That would have been Some our are Tompkins during Greece and France. Kenneth Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny pray
bad since our boat is undergoing The WMU observed the Weekof better and we are very thankful end were Mrs. Lottie Sarbis and visited his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Evllee Jones of Gainesville, Bennett and family of the State and attend each one.
repairs and at present tim is Prayer for Home Missions by Clayton Crawford and Mrs. Lon Mrs. Lula Jones of Myrtle Beach, H. H. Mott, for a few days and and Mrs. ,A. W. Norman of Farm were dinner guests last
minus a bottom. Harvey said he :presenting an inspiring and interesting -,: Starling are home from the Brad- S.C.Mr. reported to the Naval Air Basein Arkansas. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. THE RIGHT POINT for the
was going to put up a sign for the program for the charch': ford County Hospital. Ernie John and Mrs.'R. M. Caddell Jacksonville Monday where he Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sapp.
ones getting stuck in the mud last Wednesday night. The con '! and Mrs. Henry Thornton are visited relatives in Cottondale on is now stationed. Jones Saturday evening were Mr. Mrs. J. B. White visited Mrs. way you write. Come ia and select -
[mostly me] and it would read gregation was led in song service,! better. Rev. and Mrs. Walter Lee's Friday. Mrs. Caddell's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Green an- and Mrs. E. J. Manni and children Mitch Edwards last Saturday. your favorite ESTERBROOK
"Drive in at your own f:)k." Oh, by WMU president Mrs. R. L. daughter, Eleanor is back in Thamer Toole, accompanied ttiem nounce the arrival of a baby of Starke. Mrs. Lois Carter and sons,
well into each community some Morgan. Rev. Walter Lee offered) school after a bad spell with the home and is their house guest for daughter born Monday morningin Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Charles and Lane of Jacksonville! Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
th" opening measles. Mr and Mrs. Jimmie this week. C. Lewis Sunday were Mr. and
rain must fall but when does it >prayer. the Gainesville Hospital.Mrs. spent last Sunday with her mother -
stop? Mrs. Rusell Redding gave the Lee's little girl. Nancy is better Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cooper and Allen Lucas of Lakelandand Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and children Mrs. Carrie Norman.?

In spite ,of the bad weather devotional, "How Deep Is Your also.Weekend Mrs. J. A. Green visited Mrs. Mrs. Frank Polk of Trenton of Brooker.' Mrs. Maude Wainwright had as
we've had, there has been plentyof Faith" with'scripture taken from guests of Mrs. Annie Green's sister Mrs. Emma Green visited Mrs. Calvin Johnson Sun Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of Brookerwas guests last week Mrs. Sarah
activity on the good days especially the seventh Chapter of Matthew. Kelly was her son Mr. and Mrs. in Jacksonville on Sunday. Mrs. the Monday guest of Mr. and Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Alton
in fishing. Mr. and Mrs. The Program Chairman [me] discussed Gene Kelly and- family from Cooper spent Friday and Satur- day.A3c Kenneth Parrish of Tindale Mrs. Reed Lewis. Boles and son, A. J. Jr., of Waldo.
Harold Norman and son Mike the purpose of the Week Zephyrhills. day in Statenville, Ga. with' her AFB was home visiting his par- Miss Nancy Manni of Starka Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner and Miss
went to Lochloosa lake last Fri- cf Prayer and outlined sam on Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Registerand sister, Mrs. L. J. Smith. ents over the weekend. was the Wednesday night guestof Eva Clark of Lake City spent last I
day. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan a large map of the United, States. daughter. Jeannie. from St. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Farmuth Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green Shir- Carolyn Jones. Thursday with Miss Dora Clark.
and daughter. Judy went to Red Mrs. Morris Carter presented a Petersburg Spent Saturday sight and children. Nancy Sheron, ley and Linda Green Cherie Hinton Mrs. Thurman Jones of Starke Mrs. Gladys Carter and Mrs.,
River lake last Wednesday Mrs. heart warming story entitled. with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan. Janice and Har6ld Jr., spent Sun- and Jean Edwards were the was in Ocala Saturday on busi- Dee Sheldon of Mich.. spent last
Robert McClellan her two uncles "Sawdust Mahoney's Success."' Little Sonny Henson from Jack- day with Mrs.'Farmuth's parents, luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. ness.Visiting Friday afternoon with Mrs. Et'fie!
Ovid and Harold Norman and Mrs. R. L. Morgan took those present sonville is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. L.'W. Murphy.Mr. Tom Steel in Vero Beach Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Barnes and Johns in Starke.
her grandmother Mrs. Maude on an imaginary journey to his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. A. W. Andersonand Mrs. Felia Moor and Bryant children Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Maude Wainwright spent Sharing
Norman spent three days of last Cuba, Panama Canal and Alaska. Ernie Johns. children who have been at and Buford Moor visited Mrs. Mrs. Tommy Barnes of Kingsley several days in Gainesville with
wpek fishing at Lochloosa. Everybody Immediately following the taking Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious Moore home with their parents. Mr. and Faith Turner and Mrs. Elam Glis- her mother, Mrs. Susan Sapp, and
reported a good catch and of the "Annie Armstrong Offer- and daughter, Jean and Mrs. Jim-: Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr., in son at Lake Geneva Sunday. other relatives.Mr. .
understand Mrs. Robert McClellan ing" the church held its regular mie Simmons visited Jacksonville. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mrs. Herschell Layfield of Gain- Lake.NORTH .V and Mrs. Carl Brown and
during her three days caught 50. monthly Conference. After which Saturday. I Caldwell at the State' Farm, for esville visited the Noon Mott family children visited Mr. and Mrs. Cal-
They were speckled perch most Mr. Darby Oaskins rendered the Mrs. Annie Kelly visited her the past month, left on Monday to Thursday. SIDEBy vin Hall of Keystone last week.
commonly known as "specs". closing prayer. son and his wife. Mr. and Mrs.I return to their home in Venture, Mrs. Felia Moore, Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp were
Everywhere you look, trees are The WMU will meet tonight at Warren Kelly of Palatka Sunday. California.Mrs. Buford Moore and Mr. and !Ir. Mrs. Carl Brownu.uu..ui.u.A.uuAA supper guests of Rev. and Mrs. F.
budding and grass is growing. the church at 7:30: p. m. for busi- Mrs. George Reddish and Arch Dobbs and Mrs. J. Noon Mott were the supper guestsof C. Harvey of Whitehouse las
--- daughter Mrs. Robert McCleJan E. Edwards visited relatives in the Herschell Layfield familyin week.
visited Mrs. Robert Stefanelli in Gainesville on Saturday of last Gainesville Friday night.
THEY DIED NEEDLESSLYAbraham Rev. Jones of Green Cove Mrs. H. C. Edwards of Gainesville -
Gainesville Monday. week.
Mrs. Victor Jones gave a party
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Blair of for her daughter Vickey, March Springs brought the morninj and spent last Tuesday with the COMING SOONIN
Lincoln's boy died of a malariat'infection.. Ernie Johns were their daughterand Brooker were visitors of Mr. and 4 to celebrate her fifth birthday. evening messages at North Side G. L. Sapps.
William McKinley died of peritonitis produced by a son, Mrs. Lois Henson irom Mrs. J. E. Edwards on Sunday.Mr. Thirteen little guests were pre- Church Sunday. He was accom- Those on the sick list are Mrs.
bullet wound. Calvin Coolidge's son died of an infec Jacksonville. and Mrs. Delbert E. Crews sent to enjoy the occasion with panied by his wife. Orene Cowart, Sherrie Ann Cow- STARKE!
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Saundersand art, and Carolyn Brown. Mrs. Mc-
tion that developed in a blistered foot. A few dollars' Mr. Keith Reddish Mr. and and little daughter, Gila, came Vickey. After several games were
Debbie and David, Daniel has terrible throat
children sore
Mrs. Freeman Crosby Wed and spent the night served a I
Saturday played the children were
worth of. drugs drugs that we take for granted to-
visitors in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. G.
nesday with his parents, birthday cake cokes and ice
but that didn't exist would have
day, years ago pre- Mr. W. J. Thornton and son, E. Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Crews hadas cream. Vickey received many
vented these deaths. That's why Ralph of Jacksonville visited Sun- a house guest last week Mr. lovely gifts.
day with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crews' sister, Mrs. Rhoda Dowling We wish to extend our deepest -
TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS TIlE BIGGEST Thornton. of New River. This week another sympathy to the R. F. Gano fam-
BARGAIN IN HISTORY George Huggins has been reminded sister, Mrs. A. T. Moore, of Miamiis ily in the recent loss of their ANNOUNC1NG'ALOWCOST BRAND-NEW'
this week of the old say- their guest. Mrs. Moore is,alsoa father and husband.
LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTIONFLYNN'S ing, "too wet to plow; But it is sister of Mr. Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and
encouraging to notice that the Weekend visitors of the R. P. soon visited relatives in Lakelandover "
few warm days we have had the McLendons were Mr. and Mrs. the weekend.
DRUG STORE Pensacola Bahia pastures are beginning Rudy McDonell of Tampa Mr. MERCURY SERIES
to turn green. This shouldbe and Mrs. B. A. Cogdill also of yyyyyyywWTVYYVYYYYVYYYVIPINE
220 N. Temple Phone 79 a reminder that it is time to Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne -

think about putting on some pasture Cogdill of Gainesville LEVEL
fertilizer. Don't forget that .J
pasture grasses need more nitro- m Mrs. IL JL IlcBaeA&&AAAA&A&&A&AA&A&&AA&
gen than any other fertilizer. Also i 4lJ

LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS he suggests to be sure that you BROOKERBy r3 ,
use the proper fertilizer. A soil Rev. W. E. Hall preached the I.
test will give you a good indica- Barbara Sue Davis services at Pine Level Baptist v
tion. George Huggins will be gladto Church last Sunday to a large at-
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Serving assist you in this matter. tendance. He and Mrs. Hall and.
Don't forget to attend church Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sullivan her sister spent Friday night with I
services at the church of your and children visited Mrs. Sulli- Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee at
Cooking and Heating 7.50 Per Tank choice and if you choose Heil van's mother, Mrs. Mary Willis, Hilliard.

Cooking (only) 8.00'Per Tank bronn or would like to visit ,withus in Bell Sunday night. The Heart of Florida Youth
please feel welcome to do so- Hoyt Horn, a medical studentof Fellowship met at the Magnolia I
bye now. the University of Florida visit- Baptist Church in Branford last
PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6.4351 ed his aunt Mrs. Effie Hodge, Friday night and reported a good
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Clarks Saturday. are, glad to hear that :Mrs.
No Charge For InstallationJoe STATE FARMBy Ted Harris of Gainesville visit- Alton Dobbs of Jacksonville Is
ed the Dennis Hodge family Sat- very much improved after a ser-
urday afternoon.Mrs. ious illness.
Shaw Airs. J. G. Caldwell,
Harrell and daughterswere
Guy Rev. and Mrs. Rosco Davidsonof
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Birthday in Gainesville on business Mt. Zion Baptist Church at

m Saturday.Mrs. Webster spent Friday night with
Parties Guy Harrell'Remona and Rev. and Mrs. Hall. LUDA
Mr. and Mrs. E. B, Erwin entertained -i. Regenia Harrell Barbara Sue Davis Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas
tubeless for their son. Bryant Alice Edwards and Mrs. G. and family of Brooker and Mr
Safer stronger, with a'seated dinner party on W. Davis attended the Circle M. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and 1 1. NEW LOW PRICE-SAVE HUNDREDS!
Friday night, in honor of his Rodeo in Gainesville Sunday daughter, Yvonne, were dinner

tires cost than ninth birthday anniversary. Eightof I afternoon.Mrs. guests of Mr. and .Mrs. H. H. *
no more Bryan's friends were invited to S. M. Mott and Mrs. G. Lewis last Sunday. 2. !
celebrate this occasion with him.A W. Davis were In StaTke on busi- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bond of

standard tires and tubes delicious dinner was served, ness Wednesday.Guy Heilbronn section were evening
ending with ice cream and a Harrell, George and Dickie dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. l
beautifully decorated cake with Davis, Warren Mizelle and Raleigh W. McRae on Friday.
candles. Bryan's parents' gift to ,Raulerson were at Salt Those who enjoyed the birth- 3.
him, a flash camera was presented Springs on business Sunday. day celebration at the home of NEW HIGH IN ECONOMY SPECIAL

Get TUBELESS to him at the beginning of the Mrs. Rosie Howard of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman on
, party and was used during the Mrs. Lillie Crawford and Mrs. Thursday night, In honor or Mr. GAS-SAVING ENGINE!
-- evening to take pictures for his! Jennie Edwards of Orlando visit- Goodman, were Rev. and Mrs. W. ---
3-T Deluxe Super-Cushions memory book. Games were played ed the G. W. Davis family Sat- E. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fen- STANDARD EQUIPMENT INCLUDES:
and all entered into the contest
urday. der and family Mrs. V. Mitchell,
of pinning the tail on a donkey. Mr. and Mrs. Odd Waters and and Mrs. Felix Sapp. Real dual headlamps Special safety door locks
Mike Seigler won the prize. The daughter and Mrs. Bessie Hand- A cottage Prayer Meeting was
bGOOOliEARat guests enjoyed seeing Bryan opea cock of Dundee visited the O. W. held at the home of the H. M. Step-on parking brake Huge 190.9-square-inch
his useful and enjoyable gif:.
Davis family Sunday afternoon. McRaes last Wednesday by Rev.
Miss Virginia Erwin assisted her Mrs. Reed Lewis and childrenof Carter of Jacksonville, Pastor of with push-button release safety braking area

this low price mother in serving. I Starke. Mrs. Minnie Atkinson, .Bayliss Highway Baptist Church. Full-flow oil filter Full-size Mercury inferiors
. The home of the J. G. Caldwells I Mrs. Earnest Russ and Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. V.' E. Thorntonand
was the setting for a family din- ;W. Davis visited[ Mrs. Sunny children visited the H. M.
55 ner on Saturday night given in Dukes in Lake Butler Monday. McRaes Sunday and in the after- SEE AND
18 honor of Jimmy Yawn's seventh Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes attended noon they all visited Mr. and Mrs. MERCURY/ 58 DRIVE IT
..470 15 .
flat to. n4Minf birthday anniversary. The I services at the Shady James V. Crosby, who had just TODAYIDon't
O< cream. The cake was a circus- in Trenton Sunday.Mr. Tallahassee.
birthday cake with animals, flags; in miss the big television hit, "The Ed Sullivan Show" Sunday, 8 to 9. Station YVRBR-TV Chan. !.
I > and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Mr and Mrs. Lester Dobbs of
people honesdy believe and candles. Enjoying this gath- and family visited the R. H. Gainesville visited Rev. and Mrs.
that tubeleat tires cost more ering with Jimmy were his parents Lewises in Starke Sunday. W. E. Hall Sunday afternoon. McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSPhone
I tfaaa tube-type tires. The fact t t Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Mrs. Groover Thomas visited Other visitors were Rev. and Mrs.

it ia auay we* the cost of a his brother and sister. Terry and her daughter, Mrs. Bill Genovar, I J. E. Murrhee, their son, Edward
t dds tire it ksi than that Dianne, the A. W. Anderson in Gainesville over the weekend. !and his wife. Margie and her sister 447 Starke, Florida Court & Jefferson Sti.
,of a tire with tube. For better family of Ventura California and Linda Sue, Ronnie and Goldie Margaret Crews all of Hil
pttnctiae and blowout his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.J. Thomas attended the Youth liard.

protection better alt c G. Caldwell.Mr. meeting of the Baptist Church in
and Mrs. Spencer Crew
Voud performance your Branford Friday night.
tnbelcM aDd and children Billy and Laura, of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas -
hat bet HALF
l yenta: xe down to bcd-roci! 4 Auburndale were spend-the-nigh; visited. Mrs. Thomas' parents '1:> .
guests of his parents, Mr. and. the E. C. Lewises in Starke Sun- O\\t .,
1 Mrs. P. S. Crews on Friday. Visit! .. pe, IpciyBILL5byCHCK
t TubeIeM'etIe Tubda. ors of Mr. and Mrs. Crews on day.Mrs.. Mary Watkson of Columbia SURE
B'aokwaI Whfawapa70 Wednesday were her sister and S. C.'visited the Ralph Nettles -
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D.t family for a few days last !
Check L. Shaw of LaCrosse. week. '
x ri $t8.58 $22.75 our Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Mann and % ;- -,

7.10 11:115 2O. S 25.20 Easy Pay Plan Starling from Thursday until children visited friends and rela- rFi nq
Saturday were her mother and tives in Dundee over the weekend. ,
7J50x15 22.86, 27.60 All you pay father, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kirk- Marvin Mann is at present residing .- w No need to be half-sure about the bills you have paid. Pay

800.115 I ,25.QCS. 3O.7 land of Jacksonville. at the home of Mr. and 1 .. k your bills each month with checks from the Florida Bank and
logo Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Norman Mrs. Freeman Mann in Dundee. I you can be, all-sure. Your cancelled check is your "proof posi-
and of Jacksonville were dinner
w.-mnwrsr+ TUBBBSts. guests son of Mrs. Clarise Thomp- Rev. Roop of Starke was able ; tive" for both bill-paying and tax purposes. Open your checking
I MOIl PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR sOn on Sunday. Rev. Norman is to be back at Deaden Church after Y .; R f account at the Florida Bank at Starke TODAY!

1Rf'S' THAN CN" ANY OTHER KINO!" $1.25 weekly! pastor of the Evergreen Baptist a long illness- Sunday. 1' y, K Ysf
Church.Mr. Mr. Malcolm Lewis celebrated
and Mrs. A. W. Andersonand his forty-third birthday at a
I children were dinner guestsof luncheon given by his mother, ; 4 FLORID auk
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez in Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Sunday at
GOODMAN S Starke on Friday at noon. Mrs. Lewis' home. Those'presentfor ;. at Sarke
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell the occasion were: Mr. and f One of 28 Banks in the Florida

SERVICE STATION who have been visiting the J. G. Mrs. T. W. Markey, Jean and .
Caldwells for several weeks, left Edward Endicott, Mr. .and :Mrs. ; National Group
f U. S. 301 at South 4'' on Monday of last week to returnto Malcolm Lewis and children, and Saef.
STARKE, FLA. ..,- their winter home at Braden- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Short of I.p ,

_ I Mr. Roy Turner of Lake Butler 1.. L. Dyal, Mrs. Howard