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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Official County Publication Established In 1879 .


i VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE ST.\RKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY APRIL 17, 1958 NUMBER FORTY-THREE- ;

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Mayor Asks Extension Of Time

School Bond Election. .


-' .. .4'V For Starting New Police ProgramMayor



;.j Billy Jackson, at City Coca-Cola school zone signs andif
'; Council meeting Tuesday night,I that fails, make some similarto \
Set For
:#.' was granted a requested extensionin the "Coke-Cop. SaturdayAndrews
,"\ putting into effect the new police The efforts of :Mrs. Ruby Johns

ff ., program. resulted in the forming of a com-
Mayor Jackson expressed difficulty mittee to appear before the County -
r in locating qualified personnel Commissioners at their'next

as his reason for .extend meeting spurring action on setting Named Legion District Head Around 600 Freeholders Must VoteIn
ing the new plan to June 1. up an active local Civil Defense -

The City's vehicle insurance project.

coverage was presented by in- Bids will be accepted May 20 Order To Make Election Valid

; suranceman Harry Rabb'and approved for a house.shed and trailer behind 'ax

by the Council.Mr. the fire station. Bradford County freeholders will go to the polls Satur-
Rabb also had two safety motion
Randal Chitty made a
I day and register approval or disapproval of a $450,000 bond
P'i
suggestions, including the removal which was seconded and approved
issue to finance new construction well renovation and
of a few small pine trees which I I that $100 be given to the Starke, _:" as as
+ r cause: a dangerous blind comer at, Fire Department to defray expenses -\ ".,;;:': i. repair of existing buildings in the county's .school system.

: Pratt and Madison, the scene of I in sending three repre-1 Although only uas: freeholdersare

several miner accidents. The sentatives to the fire convention' .. Beware Of Rumors I registered, others will be allowed -
council recommended. an investi- to be held in Lakeland. to vote on the issue if they

gation. Councilman Chitty also recommended bring with them to the polls proof

Authorization was given, follow- an investigation into they I that they are property owners in

ing another of Mr. Rabb's sug- need and cost cf installing emer- j And Distortions Bradford County and are regis-

gestions, to erect a black and yellow gency telephones for contactingthe I tered to vote In the regular elec-

Will Preside At Cash Awards "School Crossing" sign be- police and fire departments in p [ tion.The
tween the two warning lights in', areas where telephones are scarce. Morgan Warns law provides that: "Any

front of the high school to aid in!! Preliminary work will begin 4V -a ; registered elector who is not

Given By Merchants SaturdayAt controlling, traffic. I soon on the sewer projects to be shown as a freeholder, but who

To help cut down congestion. installed along proposed new f41 i Opponents of a proposed $450- i i I presents to the inspectors a tax

5 p.m. Saturday April 19, Starke's sleek, i. while school buses are loading,! highways. -..; .. 000 school bond issue failed to appear receipt showing the payment of
"School Bus Ouly" signs will be I C.: L. Akridge expressed the de-j at an advertised public meet taxes on property in his name, or
black police car will roll to ax stop in front ofBarksdale's I
made for use during loading hoursat sire to operate a taxi company I _. ing sponsored by the High School a deed or a certtfied copy thereof
store on Call Street and Miss\ Shop- both elementary and high Starke and was instructed by the << ." -.--- PTA Tuesday night and what'I of property in his name or makes

portunity Days Mystery Girl will step out to schools. Council to submit a written ap- Guy Andrews of Starke (second j dale, newly elected president. I might have been a torrid session i I a sworn affidavit of ownership,

preside at the first cash awards being made in I I Councilman Billy Noegel suggested plication at the next meeting May from left) was elected Command The District 4 delegates, convened leveled off to a mild discussion! giving either a legal description

connection with the citywide trade promotion. i attempting to procure 6. : in the USD building at 9:30: by "pro" forces, led by Superin- address or location of propertyin
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er of American Legion District 4 tendent of Public Instruction H. his name, shall be entitled to
She will be PoliceB.
escorted by Acting Chief of
a.m. and took
Sunday part in a
at I Morgan vote in the election and shall be
,a district meeting held here P.
C. Holtzendorf. Work Scheduled Speaker BlastsIntegrationists devotional service, led by Kev. "
Morgan urged those attendingnot considered a freeholder.
The $50 cash awards (divided into $25, $15, Sunday and attended by some 10 Jack Mabry, preceding their business -, to be swayed by rumors and I Polls will be open from 7 a. m.

and $10 prizes) will climax the second big delegates from posts in six coun- session. "distorted facts" which he said to 7 p. m. at the regular polling

Shopportunity Days weekend during which 20 To Start Apr. 24 ties. Others in picture are ((1-r) Luncheon was served in the!were being circulated in an effort i. places in the eight county pre-
Frank Reyes of Gainesville, outgoing high school cafeteria and was cincts: Lawtey. city hall North
cooperating Starke merchants are going all out to defeat the bond issue. I ;
to offer outstanding bargains to customers in District Commander; JamesA. featured by a talk by Chaplain "We have some very astute poli- Starke, courthouse; South Starke.
Burns, Chaplain of the Lake Burris on the work at the Veter- ticians Snow Chevrolet Co.; Graham.Ratliff's ,
this trade area. Profit-sharing coupons are On Resurfacing At Brooker Meet"As opposing us on this issue I
City Veterans Mrs. Ger- I
Hospital; ans Hospital the superintendent said "and thf'YI place; Hampton, city
being given by the cooperating stores with trude Schiraldi: ,.outgoing president Andrews- will be installed at the I are past masters at this sort of hall; Theressa, community center:

each $1 purchase or each $1 paid on account. The State Road Department reports Nero fiddled while Rome of the District 4 Auxiliary and State: Department Convention in' thing." He said that statements; New River, school building;

Such outstanding values as Pepperell 81 by I that work is scheduled to burned. President Ike played golf Mrs. Elizabeth!: L. Long ot weirs- Lakeland in May. such as "the bond issue will dou- Brooker community center.In .

99 in. sheets for $1.59, girls' swim suits for ''begin by April' 24 on a l46lll! I after ordering out troops to prod ble our taxes" have been circulated order to make the election

$1.49, pillow cases for 22 cents, and ladies suits I construction project, in Alachua, : bayonets into the backs of little Bradford Officials Wonder and are false.. valid,.one more than 50 per cent

for $19 are being offered by local merchantsin Baker, and Bradford Counties.A children. Morgan said the opposition is of the total number registered

this second big weekend of shopportunities.These contract for this work was Thus climaxed a brief talk by I using "scare tactics" in an effortto I' (including those who present affidavits -

and other outstanding values are featured executed with Wright Contracting former Lex: Green Congressman, Starke attorney who cited and Are Bars In The New County Jail thinking frighten they homeowners will lose their into the pollsl of must property vote ownership Saturday.at

by merchants this week in their Co. of Columbus, Ga. who was apparent -
newspaperand In order for the issue to carry
Govi: Faubus of Arkansas as a homestead exemption if the bond
radio advertising.The low bidder when the .Job hero issue is approved*said-that' ne.more-Ulan"' O percent' of the
for his stand in the Little All 'Cracked'Up' it
$50 cash awards' are being made twice was ,let on March 7. Rock school Integration crisis. They're To Be? fixed amount will be set aside, total number voting must be "yes"rotes. r

monthly; and \will be held in a different loca- Work on"this project is scheduled At a fish.fry and rally, spon- each year to retire the bond issue .

tion each time. Barksdale's name was selectedas to take 80 working days for sored by the Brooker chapter of and that if.. for any reason assessed If approved the $450,000 issue
The Jail is
County once'again in the- agreement.
completion and consists of surfacing will be used as follows:
the Association of valuations should increasein
the lucky merchant for the first event and Citizen's Council -
hitting oq all cells after developing Sheriff P. D. Reddish also remembers School-
on: Brooker Junior High
of Florida last the future then the five mill
Friday night
the Shopportunity Days party will be broad- I a "miss" Easter Sunday morn- the pride displayed by
SR 23, from SR 235 at LaCrosseto Green introduced the speaker of levy required to raise the fixed Renovation and paintingexisting
' cast by WRGR directly from their store. everyone concerning their "mod-
ing.The 1 buildings, purchasing necessary
Santa Fe liver the evening Roy V. Harris, state amount each year would be reduced -
Btiuge; "
The public is invited to come out and greet president and a charter memberof two bars, hacksawed in ern jail. since the schools would not equipment enlarging and improving -
SR S-2' O-A, Earleton Beach' four places by murder suspect According to the Clerk's office,
the Girl site 20000.
Mystery and join in the fun this Sat- the States Rights Council of be permitted to levy more for ;
Road, SK 200 east and south to James Bennett Altman were an architect by the name of Rogers I Lawtey Junior High School -
afternoon. Holders of bond
urday profit-sharing Georgia, Inc. retirement than was actually
SR 26; welded back in place last week bya from Winter Park, who hand- Renovation and painting build-
do have The held at the needed. :
coupons not to be present to win. gathering was 1
Mr. Campbell of Brooker who led
the designing, was supposedto
SR 125, from Glenn St. Maryon railroad station' platform in In ings, purchasing necessary equipment
also checked other bars to deter- a brief business session pre-
,SR 10 north and northwest approximately Brocker where several hundred have carefully checked the entire and improving site; 20000.
ceding
the bond issue
mine their construction.As jail to make discussionthe
Cracked 4.S90 miles. sure everythingwas Construction of new cafetorium
Building To Be Repaired people gathered to enjoy the fried
nominating committee sub-
a result of the daring escape, according to the agreed upon 30000. Construction of two new
SR 235. 18, and 227. from San fish supper and listen to the it was learned the bars were the contract. mitted the following slate of officers classrooms, $20,000.
.
> Brooker for
via SK the
1 to solid type'rather' than being steel new year startingin
Opinion has it that Starke Elementary School
at this -
Harris, editor of The Augusta
200 north of Hampton. tubing with case hardened steel May: President, Mrs. Chas. A.
date, nothing could be done about i Construction of new library, $20.-
Courier, a weekly newspaper, Darby; Vice President, Mrs. Mar
SR 221, from SH 200 northeastto roller cores that turn on contact, '
!
spoke on the necessity of contin- as the understanding when righting an obvious wrong; how- tha Bales; Secretary, Mrs. Char- I 000.Bradford
was
..,.-i SR 18 in Hampton; High School Con-
ued segregation in the South. the jail was constructed. ever, Clerk Darby intends to ask les Bias; Treasurer, Mrs. Guy An-
SR 18, from tsR 22V west of The dynamic speaker's address drews. struction of new auditorium
County Clerk Charles A. Darby the County Commissioners for
Hampton to SR 221 in Hampton.Net centered around the' great crisis $130.000.New .
lists as "missing" all specifica- permission to write.all parties
length ot the total resurfacing facing Southern people as a result Elementary School
tions, diagrams and blueprints connected with the construction, Berry Output (IStarkel Erect new school in
Court integration
work is 33,179 miles. of the Supreme -
concerning the jail which was requesting
missing documents and
decision of 1954. or near Starke to include six
ti built in 1950 by Manley Jail attempting to learn the true facts 'On Increase classrooms, cafetorium. and offices -
I He emphasized the need for or-
Fr Troop 70 Scouts to 1! Werks of Dalton. Ga. regarding the jail construction. ,, $110,000.Hampton .
and fight
ganization a strong Former Clerk A. J. Thomas, Sr., Maybe County Jailer Dolph School-
RainsIn Elementary
fa t the finish in order to prevent the Despite
r Plan ExhibitsFor South becoming "a Mulatto recollects boasting about the sup- Reddish should pull out his Renovate existing buildings, purchase -
posed "new escape-proof bars" ,"trusty .38" and see if the jail spite of damaging rains 'I necessary equipment enlarge -

Exposition state.Pointing an accusing finger at and is certain they were included windows are really bullet-proof, Bradford growers marketed 53,- i, and improve site 20000.
040 pints of strawberries during. RJE High School colored! '-

the Fight NAACP.Fire Mr.With Harris"Fire plan proposeda designed Rabies Clinics. \I Prison Fare the six-day period, May 10-16, i Construct five new classrooms
Boy Scout Troop 70 of Starke for an estimated return of $12- 50000.
counteract drive Will Be
their
to SampledBy
Ben (Old Sarge Suslow an- ing the city to rcpe off the area will exhibit three merit badge for! Negro "block votes" supporting Set For SaturdayIn 305.28.If Anderson Junior High Lawtey
subjects in the annual RotariansMembers
nounced this week that emergency' to prevent possible injury to pass- Scouting candidates of organization'schoice. the weather clears growers I II colored: Construct new cafe-
repair work is underway to remedythe ersby. exposition at Citizens field in Starke AreaCounty I. should have continued heavy torium, $30,000.
cracked facade on one of his: 'I The cracked appeared while Gainesville Saturday, April Itf.! He suggested that anyone not of the'Starke Rotary harvests next week and a good I The site for the new Starke elementary -
the railroadon The three exhibits prepared by Club will sample prison fare when I!demand for berries from here, ; school will not be purchased -
vacant
buildings near l Suslow was away in New York, willing to help defeat every can- '
local Scouts will Sanitarian Jack Tra- they go ,to the State Farm for there
feature since
is little
East Call St. and upon his recent return to ,weather, didate using these methods to at- very competition from this fund since money
I coin collecting, and forestry, wick reminds all pet owners of their regular meeting next Wed- from other markets. is this
for
slab already allocated pur-
A large concrete slipped I Starke he said he had arranged tain public office should "black
Starke -and Kingsley Lake that nesday. They will meet at the I So far this season the Starke
loose recently and was precariously to have repair work started imI The Gainesville exposition will their-face and get on the other pose.
balanced ever the sidewalk, caus-I mediately. feature exhibits from virtually side. the annual animal rabies clinics Garden Restaurant at the regu- market has handled 76,680 pints It is estimated that the proposed -

every Scout: Cub, and Explorer Attempting to prove integra- will be held on :Saturday:; April lar time, 12:15: and pool cars for for an estimated gross return of j bond issue would be paid off

Band Parents Easter. Seal Drive unit in the Alachua District, tion, rather than segregation, un- IV. the ride to Raiford. The prison $18,69628.The I in 20 payments of approximately
A local vetennarian will administer price range for the week' $33.000 each, which will include
which includes High Springs: constitutional. Mr. Harris pointedto luncheon and
guided tour is
Has Netted $406The being I ending Wednesday from 19 I interest
Gainesville, Melrose Trenton Thomas vaccine at tne City Light was and amortization charges.
Washington.
George
Show Concern Plant from U.am. to 12 noon for arranged by Lucian Conner. j 7-10 to 26 1.2 cents per pint. (Continued on Page 61
local Easter: Seal drive has, Newberry, and Starke. Jefferson and other great leaders, .
Over Uniforms so far collected only 3406 accord.. Highlight of the day will be including men who wrote the Starke pets. T ...." ,. _

tug to Mrs. Ruby Johns Chair- the all-Scout Show to be presented Constitution, who owned' slaves He will be at Strickland's store Homes ywT _

Saturday evening, featuring and practiced slavery in a big at Kingsley Lake ftbm 1 p.m. to .
"We have a wonderful band,
.' man.Mrs.. Johns reminds skits and acts by various units. 2 p.m. tt :
around naked, everyone way.He
but It's running before
also referred to speech Moved
The charge is $1.50 animal.
per
David H
said -Mrs. Junius ,Smith: opening a that contributions are badly need- Montgomery la Scout- a group of Negroes by Abra-
master for 70. Later clinics scheduled for
Troop
meeting of Bradiord High Hand ed to continue the fine work of ham Lincoln made on the steps of
parents Monday night. the Crippled Children's !founda the White House expressing belief other areas are: Desp'iteBad i ( a 1 1x

The 150 interested persons at- tion. Post Receipts/ that there can never be a Lawtey, City Hall 9 a.m. to

tending the covered dish supper mingling cf the white and black 11 ajn. April 2t>.

agreed the present Jleavy-weight, Anyone who baa not yet givento Show Nice Gain races. Hampton City _Ha;,l p.m. to
seven-year-old uniforms cannot be the Easter: Seal: fund may' do I
Mr Harris credited Swedish
3 p.nu,, April 26.!
repaired and should be replaced. I to by getting m touch with Mrs. In First QuarterReceipts socialist Gunner 'Myrdal with Weather

Tentative plans for raising the Johns at her home or beauty starting the current anti-segre- Few 'HomeownersFail
necessary $3500 include a fish try, gation movement with his book.
contributions: lor giving away a shop. at Starke's postoffice' "An American Dilemma which To Apply

boat and motor, and requesting showed an increase of nearly 5 claimed that segregation caused
financial assistance from the City, U. S. 301 Meeting percent over the first Quarter- last. Negroes to have an inferiority For Tax ExemptionLess

County, and Chamber of Com Draws No ComplaintsAn I year.Postmaster i iI complex. He contended that this than 47 homeowners eligible In the lull between rains and, Old buildings belonging to the way are being cut including a

merce. I G. J. McGriff Jrn, provided the basis for the school for Homestead Exemption some of the mud drying: work Bonnett estates across from the I! large tract 'ne.tt to the farmer'smarket

Each uniform costs J6o and open meeting was held in i reported that during ,the last c accounting segregation decision upheld by I will be paying taxes on their pro- has begun' again on clearing therightofway Bradford Furniture Manufacturing where the Highway Patrol -

there are'60 band members with a the,court house last Friday morn- period. March 8 through "Communists, liberals and nine" perty according to .Tax Assessor for the have been torn down and building is to be built.
April 7, totaled buzzards on the Supreme Court. fourlaningof
receipts $13,529.50 most of the debris already carted work
larger enrollment expected next Gene 1A:>ng's office. i Tuesday started on dis-
ing for landowners along U. S. as compared to $12,886.55 takenin Churches were condemned'for U. S. 301. The home of the. away. mantleing part of a building at
year This represents the number of
301 to voice grievances concerningthe during this same period last. sliding into the prointegrationclass. Nelson Green family south of I Other buildings in the same the Biscayne Motel on "deadman'
4 fund comnuttee ,
The raising: right-of-way for the It was, out that persons out'of a total of 3500 who : I .
forthcoming pointed the
h which will meet May 12, includes year.McGriff Lawtey and the first moving to neighborhood, including homeof curve".
four-laning project. said that ,there has "God was the first segregation- did not renew this year. Charles Neilson, have been House moving equipment has
Kelly Tyui, chairman; Mrs.Inez be started was bogged down in
been a continuous increase ist.and that Christ was born into moved. The Wilford Cline Deitz found
According to monthly Long points out that. a few of it heavy going in the rainy
Green Freeman Register Jr., highway repre- mud for several l weeks but is :
now
in business segregated state of Jew, from Shadd's
and indications a then no longer hold the propertyand home across garage weather with some of them getting -
Mrs W, J. J!: person and Bill Me- sentatives, no complaints were are that this maybe* a record year and Romans providing segrega it will take some time to determine moved ,back. The barn and other: is in its: new location. j I bogged down and work being

1 Rae. presented. for the postoffice., (Continued. on_Page 61, '- who will haveto: pay. buildings are also moved. Many trees' along the right-of delayed;" _,...
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__ ,_., BRADFORD_ fwrrwrv TITTIWIRJIPTT. KTARK-R. trrnwmaeditorial .
.. I FRIDAY APRIL 17. 195S

: 'Ten Commandments' Two Juveniles I PAre To Show ,Funeral Services New Manager Named McGee Pitches- t

Booked
Next Week Released Tense Drama For Mrs. WainwrightHeld For Bradford ,

h ...At. Florida- .... ... Theatre....-." .... -? O n probation, Set In .Courtroom Last FridayMrs. Furniture Plant.- BHS Victory
st.
Saturday Is The !
qpy One of the most monumental Two youths, being detained I JL tense courtroom drama willbe
tln Annie Cone Over Green
till Wainwright, John Easter Cove
.. r of all tune, Cecil B: 'De-' County Jail en'charges, brgakingand "The formerly general I
seen in Tattered
: I pf vress"opening 87, widow of the late Ncah Wain- ''manager
Freeholders in Bradford of
County will go to.fhe 1Jill feJB production of The {Ten entering, Trogden Furniture 1
were released I Sunday at the Park
r: polls Saturday and vote for or against 4 $450. Commandments' !" will Arrive' at on 4 probation Friday by Juvenile Theatre, with Jeff Chandler Jeanne wright of Starke .died in a Jacksonville '|Corporation; ToccOa, Ga. is the Curtis McGee pitched a and hit
000' bond issue 'to finance1:new'construction'aswell the Florida 'Theatre Thursday, nursing home on Thursday new general manager of Bradford
.
Judge T. A, Yawn. game as Bradford High trounced
Apr. 24 for Grain and Gail Russell in the April 10, following an extended Furniture Corporation. I,
as renovation and'!repair of an unprecedent ten-, At a hearing 9, the roles.Chandler .
existing buildings April boys leading
day illness. i I Mr. Easter, who arrived here I Clay High 13-0 last Friday at
run through May J.; j
I'. in t the'county-school '.system. Since the story ,of,Moses [Flayed further were'ordered held.In[ jail pending f gives one of the tinest Mrs. Wainwright was born in : March 1, was joined I last week 6y #, Greed CoveBradford Spanks. V

.., 'AltKougtrTnt3restT>" in the issue was slow get- in the film by Charlton Hest- investigation into their performances< of his career as a Starke on. Jan. 6, 1871 the daughter j this family, and they are residing I : get their is runs off

v ting off'th'e. olnd. 'at first,.it has picked up tempo on) is one of a'man who 'came'to' case.Of the five juvenile offenders' brilliant criminal lawyer hired to of the late isnam Walker: in the C. C. Hoppe home on King- of 8 hits while committing two
in the final defend< a man accused of murderin Ccne and Barbara Melton Cone. jsley Lake. Mrs. Easter and three
days as a result of newspaper his greatness through the trails I
appearing at that hearing, two a small California She was a member of the errors. -
articles, advertisements, forum discussions:,' and of a rich and varied life:the story I were sentenced to the State resSrt town. Baptist of their children Susan John Jr.,!
'' Industrial He wins the case but is then forted Church. i and Clay suffered one error getting
Bradford
here while
i are
is 1
,
public meetings As a result of these efforts tostimulate' a vast unfolding panorama of School at Marianna forrthe I
back into'court to defend himself She survived by nine nieces: their tfieir hit which didn't them
drama, romance eldest daughter Betty; will 'do
adventure\ andhistcty serious
inferest,1t crime
seems certain i more of theft.
that the
now a Mrs. Clara Hazen Mrs. Bessie .
building to the devo'at against jury-bribmg charge remain in Toccoa until the end of eay good.Bradford's
necessary fifty'per' it of the total number of They stole two bicycles here, !'IColson.' and Mrs. Susan Andrews 'I!
trumped
climax atop Mount Siani through up by a corrupt sheriff. the present school term, where next game will toe
registered freeholders will to the Sat- rode them to Yulee where they Miss crain Chandler's j all of Starke; Mrs. M. O. Harrell she is
go polls scenes cf raw power and opulence. plays estranged -\ a senior. J played here Friday afternoon .beginning -
disposed of them .
urday and vote. If they fail to do and picked up wife .and Miss Russell [ and Mrs. A. L. Green both of I
so, 'of course, Filmed in VfcteVision. the pag- two is I' They are members of the Meth- wfl
more in Jacksonville for the Brooker; Mrs. Walter Green Rai-(' at 3:30: and < pit :Starke:
the election will be declared ecen as the woman used to frame Mist Church ,
"no go. entry of the Egyptian court, its return 1 ip. ford i and Mr. Easter was I
Mrs. Ada Iwoteams
,
; Nettles Porter against P. K. iongtor those
Registered freeholders iii the county now total music, dance, costumes, idols, its On their way back to Starke him. I(I West Palm Beach; Mrs. Annie' a member of the Toccoa Klwkni' first
1159, so it will be necessary for close to 600 to Splendid": ar hitecture. deserts 'and hey; broke into a store at Middle- For. .comedy relief there is George Carter. Jacksonville; and Mrs. W. I Club.Mrs. i meeting 6f the season

cast their ballots Saturday i 1n'order to'' make the mountains are background for burg where they took some articles j Tobias, comealan friend of1Chandler's E. Plummber, Atlanta, Ga.; and Joe Coccmis owner and:ii
the intensely dramatic story of and who eventually, however -1 '1 former general manager of Br d-i Tr-6oimty Curses>
election legal. It is the duty of every qualified $75 or $80 in cash, three nephews Carl Nettles. Tampa ,
the evolution of Moses fro m- One* of these iO ihS'was becomes another tragic vicitfan 1 ford Furniture will move to Boyn- :
on ; Henry Cone Lake City and Moid
citizen ; HereTh
whether pro or con, tQ cast,!his ballot Meeting
; on prince to prophet, with a super- probation following a wave of ] of the evil sheriff Clyde Cone, Brooker. I ton Beach at the end of the pre
: thislinpoftant'"issue, : To fail to* do would iif- lative cast" the I
so acting out mighty Breakings: and enterlngs last De Funeral services were held in{ i rent school term where her huE Bradford County
!I dicafe a lack of interest unworthy of the citizens events of the Book of Exodus. band, Health
.cember. Courthouse OfficesTo the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Fri-I a product man has pill: Depf.;
: of Bta4fordCQunty Yul :Brynner is seen as the ar 'Tt1tremaining young offender day afternoon at 3 o'clock with,I chased a hydroponic [chemical) ; was host all da# Monday

: Voting for or' against of bond issue is not, for rogant1, Pharaoh1 hair es s IT;: and is still i in jag while Judge Yawn Close SaturdayThe Rev J. E. Sherwood officiating.:,farm. She will retain her interest 16' health workers and i school pfert -

many, an easy decision to make. Against the Anne Baxter"'plays'ln'the: tragic: concludes, } c riiplete'U,1vesti, Burial was in Crosby Lake Ceme i in the furniture plant here, and t mel of Bradford: Clay and Union
Princess NefretM. li-Li-' County Court House will '
lSupp6rtta&f expects to be in Starke fmpiently. counties.
:
:. better .
desire for
strong school facilities
is pitted roles q.e tried by sucfr top peN remain closed all day Saturday. tery.THE Mrs. Cocomise's children Eddi This was I a regular
: the' iiatural'relnctanceof: many to vote new. taxes mormlrs' W rd G:'R b1nS h. County Clerk Charles A. Darby BIGHT POINT fir the and Debbie Hartmann. have been Tri-cotmty meeting.ofthe
nurses.Intrainlng
upon themselves:, .Since, this touches' the pocket- Yvonne Pe Carlo: ''pebraf .t aget. Patients said that due to the school bond way you write. Come In and select formally adopted by Mr: Coco raise which & held month$.
: book Sir'edi1c'Hardwtcke .... .. ... AdmUtedm election, none of the offices will favorite ESTERBROOHPnimfHin Speaker
a very fui.t.i.ye..sP9t'with! most of us; it is John Derek. your and will henceforth be known as was Floyd Baker, healtlj educatorwith
a'decision that each individual will have lo fight Nina roch.! ; Martna'"Scott. 'JudfthAnderSo'ti \{ TQ. L !!rffBrd! H s pital open that day. I PMI TV.'."';OR\PH Eddie and Debbie Cocomise. Florida Health_,Dept. ,

: out1 with' his own'conscience on the basis of facts "' ;'yliteent"! i. Price' '; 'aii;:" '" 'The foyowjing patients ower, l4- !!! : !:; :
'others. :
: that f'hav been feVeated; in the press and in the many Using't me 25.000 extras, the miti{ a 'to Bradford{ County !iaq- r:: ,

pufclic'forunir AV Superintendent of Public Iii film recreates the'''misery":ot th'* -.1t'1tf dunnjf t1V ;: !i

: 3fructiJnvrH( P. Mbri a rr' las said on several oc- Hebrew' : :offing-'tolltmu4 "grea'tcltfes \yitliam';! f1 lak& Jr., Jdr,: Iiiii :;

: ciatofls: "We will have the kind of schools we the V St' izodtithe.. 'triltt- Ceorge Massa piMrsN.Morr { yst@etll \ I

are willing pay for."' acle of the Bed 1 r lea, ', and the\ iS i. ia' : Turner oj Super-Riffht Old ,

: & :fay; opponents of the bond issue have advanced bic wols>irp' \trhe 'OOlden, .t." 1t.l&.l' "ii'rro-i:t e i Spnaga/Mrs. H. K. Fashioned Smoked I / Right
;; .1 It IhlC.y err. >7ayis, Mrs.. Jackson y..Maddox, of A I. .
ito very'strong'arguments except the fact Glenn< St, Ijlary, \vyilliam WarziocJtojf'Elwooij'City .. Country Style I ,I 1 ) I W'
: thift'it Will raise taxes. If that- is't b'e' due sole Teachers Dk< a ; fa.: Sr \

I argument ia nsf'tIie' boiid fcsue we might also MeritSystem VW'# & 11; "'Also Maine: Nancy fadgett, ofIifaahIleCllardts t: SAUSAGE ) 65 BEEF l
i!aWi&t' : ( J
aiihi
'improved highways\ adequate >' *** Daniel Peeples :

; police, arid'f ira protection,* national'defense, and. For Extra Income OtD5' Lake Butler, Mrs. Nathaniel t 2 12 oz c

old"age assistance.They all 'fwise taxes, and. yet A) reward- plan for outstanding l of Hampton, Mrs. carl Mil. ibis 9Sc Can 37or.

I all are a part of our present high'standard of liv- teachers was' presented last Friday yaW, Alice Louse Smith, Deborah 'r .

; insr-froVn which;wtf would not be willing tor retreat afternoon before the County Ezell of Jacksonville, Mra. James : John's
Williams, Kaymond. J. Ouertin, 1.! Cap'n. "Just Heat and Eat
: li ifced"wlth"growingpains oitrschools Teachers Meeting in the Elementary ...... :
can FRIED
; Mrs. Luther "" 12-oz
t nd core''stirntl} 'School CafetoriuniSuperintendent Hardee, Donna Je8.11Pick Ir:::: ;. .., .::f.irt (:>:: Pkg.
l sti'ff' '
it"h lliut t' going backward. M. than} ri. P. Morgan' < of Lawtey, Daisy. Thompson, ; t:{;. :.. ......, :.\. 4 ::'f:;;;':::::1
: can any" dtKeJr'growing* Iristiifiition.J. "* discussed a State plan going Into Mrs. A. W. Brown of Kaiford, and n..v. ...../.h.1-< :.>:...0iiro:%JxN;+:.,:::;t'rlt.tj'k.; .: ::: < FISH CAKES 39C

: Perhaps! often objections< to tIRe bond issue, effect next school year whereb Melba Jean H1 .tt. iJN'!! :: .f.'x}ir' .
J tfColored
asi'defrom the tax angle, have tieen'raised'; Here any teacher' with ll years' teach Admission: : .

it-would be well; remember the words of,a wise ing experieice; \ ill 'the. County marbceive'adaiUonal Y Gussie Mae Hamilton' of. Haw;;

.>ijaff who:'once"r 'm tk d-fli t if, all'possible'ob- :! mcome provided thorne Annette Phillips, Alberta :

*jec'ffohs 'must firlslf 'Tbf' overcome;' NOTHING by"the count Albright, Jim, MattkCoburn Thomas of of KeystoneHeights Hampton : ,#' A&P FROZEN FOODS

oa1d''e"yer: : bft;,ccpmplished.. Tiller' words %.&$' 'The.,teacher must request evaluation ,
.and Karl!: Robinson
of
ueve'appletHaving ; and be f6und to4 have performed :

weighed the pros-and cons to the best exceptionally meritorious: illist011J, ti r. \ STRAWBERRIES : i:
tof; our'abiUtyrwe wilbgo to'the polls'Saturday'and teaching service above and beyond \ .

,.. regular duties. ,
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'cast' Yote for '
our; the issuance of bonds. Suwannee
Presbytery.
Morgan pointed out that the ; oti
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o
t .M Y..J : '1-' + 6
proposed plan is for teachers only Holds,Spring, Meet tiG ti 1O-ozpkgs:2:; for 35cf 1 :
'r. and; does not include the entire ,
...a. '
k At Crystal Lake ,
q
; .... ).., ./.OSS9.ttt/91 school system. Also, thereare'"no /

quotas: meaning that any teacher The spring meeting of, the SuwannetPresbytery -. FRENCH
Sunda. ya,Jiad,our.firs.t of meeting the criteria atflin -
t glimpse the i mars may. held
was .
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velous; change that the citizens'of neighboring the' status If desired.'An Tuesday 'at Montgomery Conference FRIED POTATOESIOo
Lake Butler have brought about.with their water- : evaluating board will be setup Center on Crystal Lake.' It :

front paVR'A: few nfonths':ago>, a town practically including the superintendent, was announced that nine different -
without'' 'ny' recreation "facilities" whatsoeverXafte"Butler ;: school prjicipals' an 'elemen Lary conferences uld be, held, at

: now offers f ciljtle l !' h'at. are'raflracfing = and Teachers a high school meeting teacher.the require. an the center during the summer and r pkg 2 for 2iciP ;
anticipated enrollment of atw
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t' hot only the home folks "Sid J
tourists,. liut- meats for acceptance to the ne I least; 850 is expected. Young people :

also' visitors from Starke, GainesvilleXalte'J. ,,. ].{ 'City, jnent;plan will face reevaluationafter I 'between the ages,of 10 and 18 G-cee": f
land other surrounding towns.. > about five years. years 'will be eligible to take advantage Detergent

What"vas..once- swampy lake front resemb; Following committee. reports > of this outstanding- ,pro- I J iCEEN\ PEAS t '\

'1ing' nothing"s" "mucrTas: "tne fabled "slough of and regular business, an open grant: SAIL i ,

idespondtn'' i is' o\t'.a gala 1 w .ferfront'p: rk. offering scussion: Was held 'concerning. theschool' The Suwannee Presbytery: in k \ 8 I
( b' J' boad'election. A eludes the 44 churches 1O'.ozphg for fO
facilitiesforswimming boating; pickrilckirig f and' free-Will: : .east of the ( 1. 2 2Sc ,
offering was taken to help'with: Suwannee River and'south of the., Giant'49" ,,c
yes even'a! pleating rink.: Arid wh'af l ts'a(q juafly': the ,advertising costs. Georgia'.line as_ far as' Ocala. k lb r

as important; working togethei''on'a cOmmunity' A,1 lengthy letter concerning this '.' 3
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project; 'and 'seeing'it become a' rousing' success, election was approved to.' be sent -- -."- = Ct:4g.
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seems to have given a distifictlifl i ) to. the.entire to all registered voters from the & .A .CUTCflN1Oaozp2f21c. :, t, r

town! and its citizens. ,..most :.'faS. ," .. f'J; :. .': ;
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thepark << t. ,
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and down !
on the 'r : : _
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; newly construct1fed It was alSO aeciaea that, PROMPT
beginning :: : .: t.+ .
5 +
f.fitii't.pii'i: ;i.::' A;;. **; 1 .
pier S6nddyafternoonrenjoying; the fruits of next school year teachers of .. ''''ii'Vg : .. '
tt
theirlabors.. Bradford County; cell contribute ft li ;.; .
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It just "goes to-show again what wonders can to*;a fund set up to enable needy I"1,. : -, .. II. '
be accomplished when ; students to attend Florida. State F' ) r ', 4tI >
.the'cltizens of a town de;- A&P APPLE 303 CANS ; :,
tide. to' pull together".... instead of against each University at Tallahassee. This COURTEOUS, 81 1 :
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is a statewide plan set up'by that ,'
other, 'I J eo "f for I Sultana ChunTi"
/ J" institution: oo\ SAUCE ] 1 J;.: .
We,congratulate l )take t '
By tIer.on its newfoundasset'axicTonthe This Was the final County .., > f J : ; Jlr. 4
'spirit cooperation' among i itS'> Teachers 'meeting"of the school Si 1 ll' yj j$ W"It""

S people! that made this. fine thing. .possible, ;, < year. 'There will be a post-plan' : 't C Sultana Brand SALADmccoiMi t ,
ning: meeting after school closes. 'SERVICE 3 2
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i' qt 35c'
VfcnAJobWasAJobRules' -, : 6
.m 4S"
y. National Officer /t .

l laid down' for' employees. in a: large department Will'Address y;, Jane Parker Delicious
(&) N
ORANGE CHIFFON "
'store' m 1854: .t" po Local Realty 'Group ,
'
Store must be' opened promptly at' 6' a.riL and .- ," each

remain open untiY9"p.iWthe'year'mund. '' 'S tore1': Richard' H. Eggers, field executive ;: CAKE 41 t

must b'e7swept, counter; base1 shelves and sliaw"cases of. the National Association '
dusted. Lamps trimmed fillecj "andChimneys of:Real1 Estate Boards,''wUl spend" LOANS:,
'
: next Tuesday in this community Jane Parker PINEAPPLE TOPPED
cleaned
made '
pens ; doors .and windows'opened consulting "
with local
realtors and I SWEET s
,,a pail of water and a scuttle of coal must, 'oui .'r business leaders,. J.E: Wall .
be brought in by each clerk before breakfast''tg Jr: president of the- Bradford- 1 /

who there cell.An .is.time to'do so, and attend to .customers. Clay.n yesterday Board of Mr.'Realtors Eggers, announced tt'aveU' UP'TO ; t ROLLS pkg 21 0r \. ;


employee who is-- in the habit, 9f sm'oki g'8paniS fronv headquarters: office ofthe'association'in' it C J_ e g, ,

\\,cigarsettunQa.J.sbiv ed .tltt'lth': barb iN.' DI1P t'lli'Vis1tJMf. .. ,4.O CRISCO Shortening, 3 Ib can' Sac 4 6J j /: Ii ) I
,1'gpp l 'dance! ;ad i 8tTlt3 l'Sucf1( Td S.lbt c Eggers will '
al: meet with pfficer "'ol the Clay $ Laundry Bleach Jo4 '
9emeeiitt;'Wil ':;ghllt1 f$ iH lbf et r"easoif't'5: : '8e 111 Bradford"group!ands will address $600 CLOROX quart 1ge d if .tit

be aiisjlfeld l aY'ot biillitt' lt" dl traU rn8' JJf! a >1ii'etTtlu1 of the'b<&ftl at the o f- Toilet TUsueSOFT \r't'.
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esff. i,4 ; )4kRta ;. iii : .iat41, "'Ij; tt"Ii'Bll (1 all fic| 6f"thelbtf. !! Realty Co. I of '
'eac'h Starke..te r ulTi 111, .. WEVE 2 for' 27e
employee must pay not less thai 5. r ja .
year 1 }l.Q.,vi- tt.'IP. .urli f1 An'" !zooJ 'art attend .u :-.. J' Prldrsfo his service with' the : :', Short.en1nrSNOWDRIFT .
wUS
In a "' : >> i .
S.COWl '''J 'UIUst '..t. noUllaA'\ Recite r Association<>>: Mr. Egg ers fee* *j4 u*
'! .J.\/.n'.ntill' :wasta'natiamIl fi lcfrepresentative' rtf l-i Niagara
;given one eveninu a week cf 1iaelf>frerdrgaflItion. /;:
Duringthe "Folk Find Us .
f6r' rtI mil"t1'! geW't! : iiid 1}wd i ..Ut\ \; .t g'el Woi1dWarf"'b{ ftt'in sub- \ Friendly"LOCAL STARCH 12 oz pkg 29c ;;+
pH \H\nwe tt 'WWt ar )9.iU1(1 'tt'r-tj is \1t :gu to maeivCtx'of'the i e 4 Beech-Nut .y
I
rif ... Navy. ;G 1 M
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i4Pti!' H rh11i :6f\\'ork sr.ilclnar.: ... \j: J BABY
i store. the FOOD 6 for 59c

leisU 4rmetln kt1>e,h>P e>n't> '1fdriU: hl era i lu' FINANCE, ; Ii: MIRACLE Margarine lb 33c I
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tu.'ttn' ilflity'nLth: .it: JKJi.'121+.l .. i Jt(. +rt, IJ Y.n.- JSflllP.B. Blight ,SaIl L ,
:;J" "tI'T. I Regular SizeCAMAY r Bright SaIl 1'
... "" Te '
GiveBanqtietThursday
COMPANY SOAP_ 2 for 27c

And' these_ f bi were i > :,.the. >- >good. -old. days, .? .1.I ,Evening:. f BLEACH.IaDot l STARCHSwifts .

IT '_"_ '." _. _. r- .._ .... '. _.... Members of 'the Bradford. _. High. 114 N. Walnut.Sf., : DUZ giant size.n__ ,_. 81e a
t'.4 ""' 1-Z
% School DCT, t1. Diversified Cooperative ((3 Doors front Post Office 27 e' Strained 23e'
THEW ( J ) GsC
a..QU BABY MEATS each
___ Flai'rC 'TranlHg| program 1-2
ro ; ....... .EST. 1819 } I,, winhalts' be '' 29c
at::a banquet .-held, .in."m@. Phones 580 and 581, Gal '
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-- n'lkKiuv-s"f'.1) ,,'Hlo.OLDEST I (TJ...WFEK.. .....:LY 407':SEWSffitt !--' high'school cafeteria tonightThursday'l Mrs. Marguerite. Hall, .
..r' ;: _T ... ,....Pmti'sHED. : CONTIkOCSLT: ', [ al"8 o'clbckrBessesthe ,f. i ,,y 1 t t 1 ,
T* *** *9 -* -* "
t- \ 'X tf$'V**tnii* 8.11 Z'MASTlitEAD. student, guests on Manager
j f i o IT ? *n .
PKlilitJ; P.1t: 1'1anr..ad .4:.' ttre4 .4. S eoA4 Cl *. -Kntfer this oecasfoh will employers .. w

at' f&,, Pu.. t"Ot.:.irc .iVsUrKe_ __, FJ .'._:.er. Act of l ar.*SvJ ,-1979.. ..*. I and'thelr, Fives wr
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sKas1C dv NOTICE TO DEFEND: I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
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, Floridat IB I ...."..rJ. Notice! is hereby git en, that Eau M.Uiancbara .
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Annie .Mae liennell, i'laiutlir, M. '>, the holder of the folio*>
Kajmond Lee Kennrtt, Defendant.Case i Ing certificates has filed said cer-
I IAAAAAA&AA&AA .u. 1Z-: ..J3 |, tificates for a tax deed to be issued
By Sirs. J. Ru&sell Young A 4 N.Ci f T. Appear; i iTo !I thereon. The certificate numbers
..AAAtAA A A A A A A. aaaa. . . I l 4t4 : '' : Kaymond te Bennett whose 'l I I and years of issuance the desorip-
& & A s, r residence and address Iii: imy I,, lion of the property and the names
"Centennial Sentinel I Market Street JJoad, Houston, 'Iexae';: in which is was assessed are as
Live crabs ,
were used to I
catch _7 Y t You are hereby notified thai, i'''! follow:
The "stocks" in front of the the catfish -black eel for the + r .. .uil iur divorce 'I'I 1 I Certificate. No. 2a; Year of Usu1 .

Post Office are still empty but ; has been filed against you in the once 1956.Description
bass.Walker's above named Ct'UrL and !I i i ol IToprrtjr: bKm of
and
for how long? It is cause:
highly recom- _
Sports Center reports you are required to serve copy vt i'I i SWU Of S\Vi SetZSTiSItEi: ':
mended that all comply 1tt''the Red Neale and his father-in-law: your answer or pleading to the complaint I i :.
Centennial rules those stocks caught 27 :?..legit on the Plxtntlifs 'I Name In which assessed: C. 1. & it.l .
speckled perch Satur- *.
Attorney T. Frame Landrum, >msf elder.
lock very uncomfortable! Might day wIth'a white jig. U. Lox 54 tarKl', Klonaa
E. R. Casey tr
All of said properly! being in the
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as well join in the fun. Personallywe of Keystone Lake and a friend axL and the Clerk file the original m the Office Of County of Bradford. State of Flor.
of
the Circuit Court on or
like the 6tovepipe.type ida.
hat
visiting him caught a large num- before the

best. I ber of speckled trout in the Su- a, r = I 1% day of May In;. ,, Unless shah such he certificate redeemed or accord certUficatea

Centennial Soft Ball game will wannee River on Sunday. otherwise Complaint the allegations of said Ing to law tale property describedin
will be taken ''
as confessed
be played in the Park at 7 p. m. 'Roast Beef Dinner At t v !. f This by you. such be sold certittcate to the or highest certificateswi'l bidder'
1 S notlte'shall
Rotary vs. Fire Department Woman's Club ?a cues each week be published! at the court house door on the first
and look out for that ,... $ weeks in the for four consecutive Monday in Month of May, nail,
surprise On Saturday April 19. the Wo- k Bradford County 7tieRrnnh which is the a day of May, iSas.

ending. Come out and support man's Club of Keystone Heightswill ,... .. Dated this 9 day of April 155. .J, Dated this 1 day or Apr):, .':i8.

your team. serve a dinner of roast beef ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,.. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
VARIETY SHOWIUGiILiGIITS Charles A Darby : Charles A. Darby, Clerk nt
Next week Saturday. April 26- and "all the fixin's" Serving will .. .- Clerk' of the Ociiil: Court I of Circuit Court of Bradford

Centennial Square Dance at the begin at 5:30: p. m. It will be appreciated ;J.:,'.."," ;. Is uy Marian L. Crosby, lM 4/lv>wfv 4tl clerk County, l<'lorlda.t,3 tt t/U

Park. Live music and a caller who if those planning to .;' .... .. Top left: Masonic wh'psstage .

can call 'em. "Swish" skirts sunbonnets come will purchase tickets in advance a rip-roaring take-off on _- ...,.... -'"= -_-" ; _u .. _-
beards and string ties from any of the club mem- ? ,Gun&moke. ""

will be proper dress.: We know bers but tickets will be availableat TT

groups who are having special the door. Top right: Stanley Steamer : Shore the Profits in Stark

practices in order to know their Dr. Harvey Meyer To skit is staged by members of

"squares"! Speak To Club the Estrelllta Club, assisted by 1 1 1

Bloodmobile To Be Here April 23 Dr. Harvey Meyer, well knownto Wally Muhliiofer of the Key.

The Welfare Department of the Keystcne residents, Professor stone police force Py r

Keystone Heights Woman's Clubs of Industrial Education at the
Left: John Camp gives hs
$ sponsoring a Blood Drive on University of Florida, will be the
inimi&ble version of the Roar-
April 23-8:30: a. m. to 12 noon In speaker at the Keystone Heights '
'3v ing 20's Charleston.
the Clubhouse. The drive is for Woman's Club at the program- ; 91Trky

the purpose of replenishing the luncheon meeting on Tuesday Right: Connie Knight leads

blood bank reserve for this area. April 22. The 'luncheon will begin 1 the Keystone Copette in open- ; --

fifty donors are. needed. If you at 1 p. m. and the program will ,' ing dance number. FRIDAY, SATURDAY APRIL 18.19

Qualify as a donor please registerat follow. f:..',-;'or...'-.,: t, .
one of these places: Dr. D. M. Dr.. Meyer spent two years in : '' Lower left: Tony Baker models r:y..,. ---

Christoffer's office. Belote's DrugStore Nicaragua and has many interest- :. a hversion of, the "balloon ,1'---

or the Clay Electric Cooperative ing things to tell of his experiences dress."

Mrs< Oliver.. Johnson is while-there, including high- r LADIES HOSE 60 ga. 1 15 Denier

chairman' of the Welfare Department lights of the extreme contrasts,in Lower left: C. E. Mitchell Introduces ,

and urges the cooperationof the geographical and cultural as- f audience to the sub' .'

entire community in this pro- pects of the country. tlety of the "sack dress." i NEWEST $

ject. There are;constant calls on Dessert Card Party Held By Me". t.- j SUMMER 2 FOR. }
this bank's reserve. Do your part. Catholic Church Women ,
A Maxwell Stanley Steamer SHADES
Hook *N Line i The Woman's Club was the set- "
t made its with two"live"
This was a busy _weekend for ting for the very successful and appearance
I t tires. Taking part in the
the fishermen; and the fish. Someof delightful dessert card party by z i ALSO "RED FOX" ALL SIZES
skit were Mrs. Ruth Mitchell Mrs.
those which didn't get away the Women of St. William's ,
Herman Schroeder Mrs. John
were \marked up at ,Rutledge's Church on Thursday, April 10. ,
Himble, Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder
Pish Camp largest catch by a Mrs. Herbert Nelson was the 1 Jamaica
Reynolds who is a Keystone Carol Campbell, Dwight Mitchell. Dundee
woman was caught on Sunday by chairman Mrs. E. R. Pox Co- w5
Heights visitor, was honor guestat Floyd Baker the delightful -
sang
Mrs. Opal Williams of the Trailer Chairman, and they were assistedby ..
a coffee on Saturday morningat "You'll Never Walk Alone",
park Lake Geneva a 9 lb. 15 a committee composed of Mrs.George SHORTS TOWELS
the Reynolds' home in Key- and later on the program was the I
and 34| 02.: bass, R. E. Jones of Schaeffer, Mrs. Emery H. rYt
stone. Assisting Mrs. Reynolds, charming "Miss Falsie Falsetto". .
Bedford Lake caught a 23 lb. anda Cooper Mrs. James P. Donnelly.Mrs. d t I In Solids and PlaidsSPECIAL Big Thirsty-Bath SizeSPECIAL
the hostess, was her daughter, A reproduction of "Gunsmoke"was
24 lb., catfish. Mr. Brock of Albert Bachman served as I
Mrs. Ralph Thomas of Gainesville.Mrs. quite realistic with Doris t
Jacksonville, our regular visitor, "M. C." A number of lovely prizes
Francis Clark poured coffee. Sunderland as Narrator, principals -
caught his limit of bass -twice. were given by local merchants.Top .
Mrs. George Schaeffer "Mat Dillon" and "Chester"were
prize at bridge was won by
Mrs. Raymond Starnes and top Shower Hostess played by Vesta Aiken'and .s 4 $ for
KEYSTONEJEWELERS Nita Belote. others in the cast $1.00Ladies 2 98c
prize for canasta was won by Mrs. Mrs. Paul Meng was guest of I >:
were Marge Hall Edna Baker,
John Thomquist. A number of honor at a baby shower at the; Y

home of Mrs. Schaeffer.I Marge Fendrick. Scotty ,Beam. Sizes 10 to 20
door prizes were awarded. George I Buy For Future Needs
Expert Watch Repairing: Melba Hgen. Jean Fox. Tom 'Fin- enjoyed the. visit of, Mrs. Beam's
Mrs. Fargo Baillett FetedAt Guests included Mrs. James F.
Quality Line Jewelry: ley, in the role of "Old Timer". parents Mr. and Mrs. James C.
Coffee Party Donnelly' Mrs. Everett Fox, Mrs.
Walter M. Muhlhofer Mrs. Fargo Baliett of New York Ray Chance Mrs. Herbert Nelson I gave a monologue. Glenn of Delray Beach, and her I attorneyT.
grandmother Mrs. Mary'Glen of I Frank: Landrum, Box: 546,
City, sister of Mr. William L. Miss Anna McCullough, and from A quartette composed of Lex Starke, Florida
I Baker. Tony Baker.,. Floyd Baker Green River Wyoming.
Starke. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. and file the original the nfflce of [
Jewett Fogg, Mrs. Mike Barry, and Bill Belote '
NEED A ,BOOKKEEPER? Mrs. Francis MeI.g.CHURCH} "Three Sharps and A Flat" -dida Ruth Ohlson were Easter weekend on or before the a day ol May,
1958; otherwise the allegations of
,- NEWS good job. visitors' Orlando. said Compalnt will be taken as

Open A Checking. Account Keeps Community ChurchA .The Little B's Reene, Suzanne :Mr..and Mrs. Herbert Williams confessed This notice by you U L L 111 E. Call St.
shall be
group of the Community .and Billy Belote gave a.song have had as their ,recent guests once each week for four consecutive published I

Records for Youat Church women met on Monday and dance number with poise and :Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jackson weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
'
morning to sew for the Bradford rhythm. Laura Southerland (and of ,Wilmington, DeL The Jacksons graph. .
the Dated this 1 day of April mx.
County Hospital. A number of eyelashes] gave an excellent take- are making a trip in south Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) --.. -:: ---;- .. ,

KEYSTONE STATE BANK. aritcles were completed. Mrs. Bert off on the "It" girl of a few years this week. Charles A. Darby.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Christoffers is Welfare Chairmanfor back. Mr and Mrs. Jos Wright and By Marian L. Crosby, D." 'itv Clerk .

Keystone Heights, Fla. the Church women. One of the clever numbers, by Mrs H. C. McMasters,left on Sun- 4/3
Member F.D.I.C.A The six Circles will meet on "models" Les Beasley, Tony Baker day for the Wright home in Wil- -
NOTICE
OP
APPLICATION
21 at theaudi- N.. C. Mrs. McMasters will FOR I 1 1f
Monday. April places an- C. E. Mitchell gave son, TAX DEED
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
nounced. ence a view of the New Look- visit in North Carolina. I notice is hereby given, that Jimmie
woodard the holder of the follow-
The Open House held each Fri- sacks and balloon dresses. Sympathy is extended ,to Mrs. ing certificates has filed said cer-

day night at the Educational The Masons put on a Panel Alex Brokas in the death of her tificates thereon. for The a tat certificate deed to be numbers issued

Building for Youth will have as Show, "To Tell the Truth.Nar- mother. :Mrs. Brokas left Satur- and years of issuance the description -

sponsors this week Mr. and Mrs. rator, Bill Beam, Everett Fox, day night,, for Ohio, where the of the property, and the names
in
which is was assessed f
Carl Carnes.St. Carl Fendrick, Dick Sunderland, funeral service will be held. follows: are as I i el

Anne's Episcopal Frank ngen, Henry Hall, Fred Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grolick and Certificate 1958.Description! No. 54. Year of Issuance -

Thursday's Parrish Night will .Mulling Frank Walrath. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. B.. T. Hutson were of Property: Com. at
feature a Youth Supper and The Roaring Twenties appearedin Jacksonville visitors over the SK! cor of NKVi! of J it:1f&: run W ZU i 100
II ft for
PUB,
N. Z7Z It.V.. IIU ft. S
Youth activities.The the person or John Camp Easter weekend.Mrs. 272 ft. K KO ft to fUiJ In Sec :It Wi
Hand whose interpretation of the Char- TIiRH.3 L;,
Auxiliary has on some
.,Oliver Johnson and grand- Name in which assessed: Kutn Vera NEW
attractive bonnets to wear with leston and "Wish I Could Shimmy children. Roland and Elaine spent tienton.

"Centennial" costumes. These are Like My Sister Kate" served ;. All of said property being in the
jQ&t:::'Qwsy:: :ssyMHe: : h: :::: IIIIIIm:::::: :M:: : : ; :;m: m:::::;,::;:;: ;:;:::: *:::: ::::: ::: :::::$ on sale at the Nearly New Shop only to add to his reputation the weekend in Tampa. County of Bradford State of Flor
Mr. and Mrs..'Dewey Wills, for- ida.Unless GAS CUSTOMERSTO
First Baptist earned from last year's .performance such certificate or certificates -
mer Keystone'residents, were .
neglected to take out The WMU met on Tuesday the shall be redeemed accord-
visitors on Sunday attending the : ing to law the property described
Circles meeting first for their Theater organ effects and accompaniments Community Church service. Mr. In such certificate or certificates PURCHASE YOUR RANGE AND

enough insurance! business meeting and coming together on the Wurlitzer Willis (is with the State Parks and will the be
property for the program meetingof organ were the artistic work of at present located the Kingsley Monday in .Month of Slay ms! : ,

aaaa the group held in the Sanctu- Ralph G. Copeland, and added Plantation above Jacksonville.Mr. which Dated Is this the 1 5 day aay of of April May,,1958.15. WHOLESALE PRICES !

\ Do you carry sufficient insurance to cover the value ary. Circle Chairmen'are Mrs. J. greatly to the whole performance. and Mrs. Matthias Schroe- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
D. Payton, Chairman of the Fay Credits go also to Ruth Mitchell Charles A. Darby Clerk of
\ of your property-including household contents? If Taylor Circle, and Mrs. Fred Ellis, and Susan Robbins for make-up, der home are now Lake occupying Geneva. their new County of Circuit, Florida.Court of Bradford How Can We Do This? We have to get the appliancesout

not, you may find yourself "in the dog houses your Chairman of the Nell Pearce CIr-- programs, Eugene Brantley and Miss op Kay Walrath recently en- 4/3 4t 4/24 to sell gas. We make no profit on the appliances,

home is destroyed by fire other disaster. Why take Howard Morris organization, Bill but do have
or cle.Mrs. ; joyed the trip Washington and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIl we a gas customer. 1948 prices are now

chances? It costs so little.to. make sure you have all Ted Oglesby, president, Schroeder, Corbett Terrell Bud New York with the Senior Class Notice is TAX DEED in effect at SLADE GAS CO.
hereby given tbatV..
the protection you need Just give us a calL presided over the business meet- Ownbey Roy Tyre; curtain, Jim- cf the Bradford County High Hayes the holder of the fOllOWIng -

ing and Mrs. Roy Chasteen was mie Fox: chairman of production. School. certificates has filed said cer- Keg. Price SALE PRICE
of the Taking Tony Baker: costumes the Estra-: tificates for a tax deed to be issued
H. C. WALL AGENCY chairman program. Mrs. J. C. Detweiler is now ser- thereon. The certificate numbers
part were Mrs. Cora Marshburn, lita Club; direction, Mrs. Sara ving as Chairman of the Duval and years of issuance the descrip WESTINGHOUSE SINK 429.95 29995

STARKE FLA. Mrs. R. O. Mann. Mrs. Stella McDonald, and Mrs. Ruth Mitch- County Committee of the Florida In tion which of the is property was assessed, and the are names as AND DISH WASHER

Stanley.Mrs. J. R. Smith broughtthe Chapter of the Arthritis and follows:
ellThe
devotional message. The job of holding the show Rheumatism Foundation. Mrs. ance Certificate 1954. No. 61: year of ISsu- 10-Year Warranty D. W. 99.95 59.95Whitehead

luncheon following the meeting together as M. C. was well done Detweiler, a former Keystone resident Description'of Property: Com. at WATER HEATER 20

\. honored Mr. and Mrs. Adams by Bill Belote. her home in SW cor of NtiK of bis'" run ft
now makes 400 ft to POtJ thence Kly 64* ft.
winter visitors, who are return- The Estralita Club wishes to Jacksonville. to a Pt. ISO ft. A of quarter 10-Year Warranty D. W. 109.95

ing to their home for.the summer. thank all who helped to make this Section line thence N 39.5 ft. to Whitehead WATER HEATER 30 6995167JO

WRGRThe: Variety Show Proves ShowcaseFor year's performance a success CARD OF THANKS E.ft. W.-Hayes to' % sec.S/l line thence thence W'ly S 13 631.S

Local Talent through advertising and in assist- ft. to PUB. Sec. 32 T fi S K ZZ K.! Model 9588 Automatic 274.60

Prom start to startling finish ance in many other, ways. The With deepest gratitude we ex- Jones Name KsC in: which. assessed: J. T. Hardwick GAS RANGE

Estralita Variety Show was success proceeds go toward the Keystone tend this word of thanks to our All of said property being in the

Starke Station ;% and furnished entertainmentwhich Heights Masonic Building Fund thoughtful friends for the many County of Bradford State of Flor- Model 1586 Automatic 219.50

,f like Omnibus had "some- and the future home of the Mel- kind acts of sympathy and love ida.Unless such certificate or certi- GAS RANGE 140.50Hardwick

thing for everyone." In the open- rose Lodge No. 89 F. &: A. M. during the death"bf our brother. ficates shall be redeemed accord-
'direct fromBARKSDALE'S ing to law the property described
Broadcasting ing chorus line were the Keystone KeynotesMrs. May God bless you.:The brothers in such certificate or' certificateswill Model 1576 Automatic 139.50

Copettes Connie Knight Joy William Few has returned ana sisters: F. 1 S.: Crews, J. E.: be sold to the hlgbe-.t' bidderat GAS RANGE a. 98.00Hardwick
the house
court door the first
Baker. Nita Belote Edna Baker home after surgery in a Jackson- Crews, Nora Sapp, Matte Sapp, Monday In Month of on May nail,

Martha Tyre, Faye McCormick, ville hospital. Maude Richardson. which is the 5 day of May, ms. Model 9586 Automatic 269.50
Dated this 1 day of April ISaS. 164.75Hardwick
Iris Bennett. S. E. McKay is improving and (OFFICIAL SEAL) GAS RANGE

Cast for Kiddies' Hour number able to be up for short periods. Charles A. Darby Clerk of

included Cindy Scales Suzanne Sheriff J. P. Hall is In a Jack- of County Circuit, Florida.Court. of Bradford Model 2576 Automatic 176.00 .'
YOU'LL LOVE tLe new Ester-
.. .. ," Belote. Glenda Rose, Missy Baker, sonville hospital following a sadden in 4/3 4t 4/24 Hardwick GAS RANGE I 118
7 2P.M.-5P.M. brook purse-size fountain pens
Gail Christoffers. Beth Jackson. illness.

SATURDAY APRIL 19 Mary Ann Cannon, Cindy Hether- Mrs. George'Massa has returned pastel shades Only $3.09 at Brad !.Bradford The Comfy O.Jsdce'i.lr, Florida.IN Court. Of Model 5588 Automatic 282.50 170.71Hardwick

ington, Poppy Denny, Bunny to,her home following surgeryat RE: Estate of CARL A. KXIGHT. GAS RANGE

Bunce, Judy McGraf, Karen Wil- the Bradford County Hospital.Mr. ford County Telegraph. Deceased '

*> liams:Janine Gay, Deborah Haw- and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt have 1 All -creditors NOTICE TO of CREDITORS the estate of CarlA. Model 5586 Auto atic299.50-

10 Minutes es. Jack Funderburk. Donnie returned from Tallahassee where NOTICE TO DEFEND Knight deceased are hereby notified GAS RANGE 181.50Hardwitk
'Free Gifts Every Bake Michael Funderburk. Mickey they were called due to the serious !. Cimlt Cart Bradford C...ty, and required to file any claimsor
FlarUai I* rhantwy.Madeleine demands which they may have
Brokas. Timmie and Greg Harris illness of Mrs. Gaunt's brother.! F. Stanley Plaintiff, vs. against said estate in the office of Model 2586 Automatic 199.50

Stanley Lowery, Kerry He underwent emergency surgeryon Charles. Stanley, Jr..., Defendant. County Judge of Bradford County 12950Plus
Case Xo. 12-517 Florida, in'the court house at Starke, GAS RANGE
$50 CASH AT 5:00; Shackleford. This number was directed his heart the first patient to S.tle9 T. Aope.rTo Florida; within eight calendar months

PMt and produced by Mrs. Nita have this particular type of heart : Charles Stanley Jr.. whose from the date ft the first publicationof
residence and address Is: c/o this notice. Each claim or demand Plus Other Values You Can't Afford To
the State.
in
: Adams and Mrs. Pansy Hawes.A surgery Phillips. 30 K.! Wiutston Avenue. must be in writing and must tate

D0NT' MISS SEEING THE number of real beauty of sight Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Harden- East Wtiligton.' New York. the place or residence and poetofflce Miss Don't Wait, Buy Wholesale Now at
Yon are hereby notified that a address of the claimant and must be
and sound was the song group bergh and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. SUit for divorce- custody, control sworn to by the claimant his agent, .
_. Shopportunity Days MysteryGirl presented by Mrs. Gladyce Bach- Wiggins attended the meeting of and rapport of minor children and or his attorney, or it will become
.. ; ratification of separation agree- void according to law. This April 7,
mann. Mrs. Bachmann who always -i the Florida Banker's'Association meat has Been filed against you in 1958.' SLADE GAS COMPANYNext
brings genuine artistry to in St. Petersburg Thursday the above named Court and cause I |SI! CLARA MAE KNIGHT'
.1490 KCS and you are required to serve a Administratrix of the Estate of Carl
any program sang "September through Sunday last week. copy of your answer or pleading I'' A. Knight, deceased.. Door to Winn-Dixie
Song" and "Lover Come Bade.to Mr. and Mrs. William Beam to>> the complaint, on U'.t'1&Ul.W1'I 4/li n III




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PAGE FOUR, B1LLDFQBD.COUNTT-TELEGRAPH,.ETASKE, FLORIDA. -
n._ __ FRIDAY APRIL 17 195Jftlidyg

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Mrs. H. 'B. Peyton .Mss P uli1eGay! ed 8 Eugene :Tanner BPWJDirector. : Vr Woodmen i Plan a joint meeting Tuesday evening.

I fts +iNomina'teH I'''In :Lovely'Ceremony!! L a't'SaturdaYEvenin: g Pays 'Of( icial Visit 'J., Covered Dish-Supper Apr. 22, at 7:30 o'clock in the
Lions Den. There will be a covered
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jW man's,Club Head ,'
r t To 'Here
\.Chapter l The Woodman's Circle and the dish supper ,and all members are

\Y !} tB': p wL1)ianin- Mrs. Betty'Bigger'blfector' ? cf !"JVoodman of the World will hold I urged to attend.

ated, president of.;the, ,, tarie District Srl.cfUhe.. BP.'" Club\ !
.th' '' F.rirr
ypniaAschub-- "r-- comingyear \K. made,her official.visit .to'the local 4 Share theProfits in Starke
Moot .. at the ,clulYS'A rp wetijis; Apr '. -
y 10.
< ..... ... ...,.,... A .Wednesday a/tern9oa flaSt i "rr: club on Tursday'evening. '
-- r r ; club entertained( teak
: --' ('I t the ,., 1 t
vi..Ta r
Bridge: Parties Dessert Week,, ,,' ,: y. suP r"in.1 lgr honor,.at 301 Rest I
Bridge serve with Mrs"'Peyton will aurant. Mrs Elizabeth, Brcwnj\ was

Given This Week Given For Visitor lrsv.H.vCr'Ritchl tftirst vice-. a.guest'also. The regular'; meeting i
''
,
By Two Hostesses president, MrsvX.:'A-. Hall; second I followed:Ihe. sapperand,was'held ,
Mrs. A. N.,Holliday entertainedat ..yice-president: : Mrs J/,11. Smith,' 6' k it.'the home of; lrsri/jnnie; Har- >:
i '
Mrs. S. C. Denmark and Mrs. a delightful dessertbridgeparty -third!i ,, .yice-presidenf, 'Mrs. J., ';f1. r ley.;The president, bfis4F9orence; |

'J.M.Vickers were hostesses at two last Friday evening honoring Dupre, :.cprrespohdingj, .secretary; Jennings, presided. The Borne ;

,lovely dessert-bridge parties Mon- Mrs. George Stevens of Decatur ,Mrs:, Herbert Thomas; (recording ,t. Nursing; class? was discussed', and j;

day evening and Tuesday after- Ga.. sister of Mrs. 0. L.I'!'secretary.and: .. ;'. .Mss. 'Doroth .-.Ross,,I plans were, made 'to? begin, in- !! FRIDAY, SATURDAY APRIL 1819GIRLS' ;
noon. (Haynes, Jr.,! who was a visitor'I .treasurer. These ,officers wtU bef I structioA in ""May. Committee. re-j i
The Denmark home was at I here last week. ; installed atthe'May"3neeting.bars :"' '1 I I'd'enC1presWed'.at""lhe.meeting ports' were given: -. ',",', i '
1 home :' is :RusseU, {orniari;:pres- The'following'officers
tractively ; were
decorated for the occasion The Holliday on S. Water, : ? ,
affair ; and i elected for <:1958-59; .?drs. E. A.
with .arrangements of street was lovely for the ; ,
,Alri.R. A; Green:ga, 'the y, ,
de-
I HalL'jresidei\ti> \ ft_first ice-presi
sweet peas, snapdragons and calendulas i with arrangements of yellow > : 'Iy : r'
placed at vantage points j gladioli placed at points of interest --votaonal.4Mrs., ''B.. lUldy. :of 4 dent, )fiss ,lella Rosenberg;; second ; 1)
'throughout. throughout.The the,),.nominating i committee,4 pr&1sented vic .president; Mrsti'Anne 1 0.
'
On Monday evening there were I five tables enjoyed several i.the,"new slate3ofofficeTs:; .1 .' Green; :Rec;;:Secy,.' '*Jrs.: Martha 1 ,'
Jour tables of bridge and Tuesday I I I Annual.reports qf 'aO officers here; I ,-.l e ....i ...<- Bat .;; ''Ccrr. Se'c f.l. Mrs !,Lillian; ,, :;W8mJ"
afternoon there were two tables progressions of bridge during the give,, :*drs''Foster' :swr'-. ri t lcbaiii I Pearson;". >nd 'Tteas' ..,, Miss 'Flor-' I!" .

of bridge with prizes being awarded evening with prizes being awarded arfltlib4ay, :Aap'Jreak-I'l ; r 'C '" enceJennings.. ; .. I
:fast .gave ,a /fpor 09Lt ,.halls -
tai
to to the winners.
the winners after several ; : Mrs:;igger. gave an interesting
rogressioll l I I for the .club's outstandins'social i \ x.r on the club-
$ andmformative'talk,
.. ,
.
'
Yen ,the yeaz.'Apro: wasacted
pf ; ;:
.
work;; i .. .
i"'poncincf ,.tbt club'j .. l'". I
;, ;
.i t "Share .theProfits in Starke' 'dues to,410., .,.per,yeat' >Qhlehwillbe.vgted : ". \'''"'' ,..'.It'" ..Mrs. Harley was assisted by.I ( Values to 2.9.8

( \ 4)H *J ,the:;:Maymeeting.Dwjng ; .." '. Mrs, ?.Martha. ,Bales co-hostess.., : .L 1

1t i :,, ther.prc ain,14Ir44Her-1 .1 Flower' : !'U. '" ..

; man), E; 'Heafe1nf.;;Jacksonville;; ,: ShowSchool1.1tldrTb 3

a.j:' member ott.the JacksonviL'e '., } 'DaY s1'* 'I' !
Ipardenhiubiandan i1
aecreditedrCanelia -'NOW ONLY-
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1nsrar rlshJH .
Rhpw Judge gav'e'an.inLtereftingltalc n 1 "
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11 } on..the pto }tipg andiareLa ,fr. gdplt : ': :9 is .. ..Patl.d1J-! :> : '
l cameljasTile..pmgram'gas ;Beat, nationally, A'y \.

under,tfvefirstvife} .president known .Accredited J flower .Show :
4'9
I cljool instructor; .bfTanipa, spokediuinglp.floagc -
MrsH'B \
': '! '1eYta1 ',wtt( > 'bars; ,;/ '" ) ::> .
fraZltf Shaw t 9&iirinan arid .].His. ; j ; ,'school Field,,here, I ., :
Guy' .Andrews;ct.:ehairmap. ;.- last.}Tharsday; \and .Friday; i ii ,. "p p'Y J ,t
;
FREE GIFT AWARDS _A 'dessert ,course;;was .served" by i 'i. >IrpisjBear Demonstrated' 'flower -. .,;:';;, *

the Vhbste5se5.dujrujg"thei: Asocial i arranging: ,.and }scussed flower r :}. < t....

hour,', \. I ,I bho? :.paeUcj 'accordiii: ; cto| '. aeicnalGouticll .
:The May executive board,meet,I j tCi} Yden. Clubs '<' ..

ing,wilt-be held Wednesday morn-- ...._ I ,... ... .."e.) .n, ..' .... -;, f "" -IT;...., ;;'" EVERY 10 MINUTES ing Mai.' {, at..Up.tOck! ; ii;,the Alma Funk spoke r
.. .. '- (Photo iy.R. P. McLendon) 1Mrs. : about "
Methodist ,Fellowship' '' f Hall prePay ,| t horticulture.,and,arangements ; 'J,
I cedjngthe' May reakf as.t. : In a beautiful ,wedding ceremony sories and a corsage of sweetheart .' demonstration',- '' i' ," .
,,,, i .
"
i : X : S'Luncheon ; ',, I Saturday evening<<: :at M'M Cymbidium orchids. : .' .Thtwoday meeting drew a ail. \

FROM 2:00 TO'5:00: PM SAT., APR. 19 *Given I S z'G1ack.Miss1'auJine,; :: ;Gays, daugfttero4f Mrs.. Tanner mother of the large number of interested people t I t\\ '

Clhairmeftf'/' I Alr. and;,fir's., .,Aflolpn Gay, groom, was attired in a. Wavy from points in and around Brad- : ..r \

.1 During Direct Broadcast from Our StoreBy Committees .becamethe :bide! />!,.:.tiniest \{KU- printed silk gown with.Navy blue ford County. i '!\ ?
gene,:Tannes,'son of Mjv.and> Mrs. accessories and a corsage pf white -The flower school was held in. ..t 'it '

t Radio 0.A.ln'Ht..t'\: ,.1.gr<:. }' ..Tannt'r 7rU. The..' ,.rremonv,'i. .. .,was,. PhaJeauopsos orchids.immediatelyy ., St.' Marks Parish House throughthe ( t r\ -
Station WRGR terr ni.smith, chair- I ;; '
j Ii. .r : :iJ helO. IfI} J.i_ ijl .tmr-. ., .. eri9otTafetgrrwp after the weddinga auspices of the"Starke. Garden \ SlZtS-tTOH t
"n, apd Mrs..paryeigau: eo- ; ..W.
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7 .I atnlreeqt nieet'gp reception'was hem in the cate- Club. 6 'L-
cairro4a\ af.thet&rkerPl; malt's ., AferJa}fF'dtr6etp-' ',torium, which was decorated for

!r .$50 SHOPPORTUNITY DAYS club hostesses-May,: ,..to rtey.'t1)3Brea.kfastr'eirs ;*..commi. were\tee ,rJ..t... q,LtrcIl,rvri hlHev. crlt.Ji'Ht1abry # ..the occasion'and with magnolia Circle Four WSCSCircle THIS IS A 'REAL BUY

rJr-rperforming xthe nuptials. boughs. other greenery placedat
ciiairmeri", at 'lunchebn/1v:)iesdayt
t : "' The altar was lovely with two 'vantage The bride's 4 of the First' Methodist
Cash Awards At 5:00 ,P.M. ,* i.Woman's. ,.Clq>h. T iH-r; i'x '.,-" 1:5rls: points.
; aJtThe"i6 'la re ;sunburst. Hr) gemeRtsvot table 'was overlaid with a beautiful 'WSCS met April 8 at the Home and
committee chairmen en- good to
opportunity ,
a
i joyed Jancheon,, 4rgoubhulividual,4ableWhicwerepppyCentered( < ( i- white gladioli, Knglsh_ .stocK, chrysanthemums white Point de Venice cutwork, pt Mrs.. Eston Jordan. Airs. L. K. save
: 'and Easter!: "nines i Whitehead
Winners Selected by Shopportunity Days : cloth and centered with a threetiered had charge of the program
with Spring t'flowers.' i against a background of palms I I i ,-wedding ,cake around which .on literature and publica Get Your
I '"Mystery Girl. Don't Miss the Fun in [ Final plans 'were made for the i.and greenery. Myriads of candles_: I II was a ruffle of'nylon net. On the tions from the 18th annual report Profit-sharing Coupons

I Breakfast ,which will be held I tin I seven-branch ,candelabra "lent,a I top !pf the cake was a replica of .and The Methodist Woman:
Front of Our Store 5 P.M., Saturday. nesday, May 14,' at 12 Wed-j soft glow to the .setting; The the bride's bouquet. The cake Those taking part were Airs. C. L.

I the club 'house. Tickets middle candelabra and the ones was flanked .on either side by a i Johns, Airs. J. A. Torode, Mrs. G.

procured rfrom .,I4rsrJrHfjDupre.Ulrtf. ,' on either side were interlaced witn' .candelabra centered with, eperg- S.. .Newcomb, Mrs. H, L. .Moxie Y ROBBINS'The' :
...G. Newcomb and Mrs.-'R. greenery. and white chrysanthel i nettes'l holding white andpink,car -J r., Mray J. jR; $Jlpodwortn.( Mrs f I

j f Barksclale'sShare I E. Edmondson not later, than mums. nations and white cushion. chry? W. B. -ThompsonvJr.., and Mrs!; .
L Monday, May 12. i I 'Miss Joan Furlong pianist, provided santhemums. The silver trays i Jack Clement. .
,nuptial. music aa tie I Store Of Values
I guests holding-the decorated 'mints;were. Mrs Drew.Keddish assisted Airs;
l Beta Sigma Phi. : assembled. Mrs, Paul J:!:. Canova, centered_ whir miniature nosegaysf Jordan with .refreshments. I I -
ioloist, sang "When God Gave Me 'Pino<\chio chrysanthmums .
.. -
the Profits in Sfark 3referehtial l TeaAt You; and J. 'W. Kahn!, soloist, puffs ,of nylon ,net, The ..punch
,Godwin 'Home sang "Through: the. ears:' They t table' was overlaid 'with a .white

: I i joined in -a ;duet, singing fV-\\ ]Italian.. cutwork' cloth and centered I to Pro its m tar e
"The home of Mrs. Eve Godwin c'ause," accompanied by' Miss fc'ur-l: with a' crystal punch .bowlwh'ch are

on East Call street was the setting long'at l' the piano. 1 j : _was surroundea.with! green
for the Beta JSJgina ,Phi sorority '1'E.!: !: Tanner served his son'as ery. 'Attached_ to. the, top of '.the

\, referential,Tea on Sunday'after1 best man and the ushers, were bowl was. .' a spray of Pinocchiochrysanthemums
; nooQ from four to 5:30 o'clock. Harold Epps and Harvey Tanner and showers of

Attractive arrangements..of, yellow the groom's brother. .narrow 'pink satin ribbons. ,

rose buds, the sorority;flower, Attending the bride were Mrs.' ';Mrs. .Ly A. Canova greeted theguests f

were placed at points of interest 'Harold Epps, matron of honor, :.at the reception and presented .:
FRIDAY/SATURDAY .
-- APRIL 18,19 throughout the party rooms. 'I'1tea' ; and Miss Hilma 'fanner,. _the : ,th n\ tpr the Deceiving: ,,line
table' was lovely 'with a'handsome groom's sister, 'and Miss Geraldme 'tbMposed.pf the bride, and'groon1,
Ji s C1
cut work cloth and'' center- .Oay-:,- the bnde's -sister.. 'All the U1eir,'parents.'and the '-attendants.
ed with a crystal ,bowl holding attendants wore similar full length Patty Lawson 1. I
Mjss} presided at
'i oo UPI 30 i io $50 yellow rosebuds.'This was, flanked gowns of Iliac taffeta tashioned .the pride's ,book., Misses Judy FRh SAT, ,
I
,silver candle, holders with
ay ,
with sweetheart neckline, sleeveless Jlankel, Sylvia, Paulk. and Patricia ., APIt 18.19 I
burning yellow tapers. The crystal '
.
empire, waistline, flaring .Pelium .assisted Mrs. M. s. .
4- For Your Old Watch punch bowl was placed at one"end skirt featuring soft pleats at center gDankel, Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs
of the'table with'Mrs. J. W. Kin
I 'of back panel, and adorned 3.w.; Furlong in_, ecvingand receiving -
.3 caid, sponsor, presiding. 'with scattered clusters of purple the J ;PC:
IN TR During Shopporlunity Standing, in .the receiving line velvet i guests. DINETTE ,SPECIAL
ON 'A DEL' GIN were Mrs. J. D. Warren, president pearl-centered violets tied I After -BJen< ng-some time with
II:I Days: ) ,Mrs. Myldred' c tUno, vice- with green satin'' .ribbon. .They ,l their guests;:the young couple left t' ,

I president, and Mrs. -Eye, Godwin, wore matching lace. ,jackets with" bY' plane for Ked frank, .N. J. -
sleeves"ending In points over the >here they will reside., The bride
: [
director.
DRESSER SETS -- 20% OFF Thirty members and rushees wrists. The standUP.-: collars 'Of chose for traveling a green and 2 BIG; t 4pFf

i called during -appointed hours the Jackets accented beautiful white .sheath dress complimented !' so "> ..
iI : : I pearl tear-drop 'necklaces_ ,. gifts with matching .green accessoriesand f ItDAYS

I Interlocking DIAMOND SETS I The sorority held their'' regular I presented to,each attendant by tnbride. ? a purple orchid from her bridal -

} model meeting Monday eveningat .tJo -veiBr! attached. to 1 'bouquet.

85.00 .50 '79.50 .00 the home of Mrs. Myldred Cut- matching. velvet ribbon bows With The'bride is a-graduate of BHS _

52 -4S' tino at Kingsley'Lake. streamers adorned. with pearlscomplimented 'and Jones business College Jack r,. ,
I 'Value' Value their attire.. ,Ttfcy sonville. She worked for three OILY:!. .w J

$75.00 M *V50 $69.50 Miss Moody Weds carried cascade bouquets of delicate I years in' Jacksonville, and was employed .. ....... ..
39.50Value : pink carnations. for the past year! .in,Starke.:
Value
-1 EugenelGoodge' The bride, who was given ,in The groom. is'also 'a' graduate, ot t

$65.00Value { marriage by.her father: was lovely BHS:: and' recently entered the Your Choice of 36 X 48 X 60 or _
Mr. and Mrs. 'JC. Moody of
3.5.00 I in her.full-length, wedding.gown Army and .is}stationed at Fort
j Graham announce the marriagecf 36''X-6t) X 72 Table and Six Big 95
cf white ,;rAlencon lace.tune net Mommonth,; /J.
I II i their daughter, Ann McKinney,
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: 'You'r and ffeta.The badice of
Chance of a Lifetimeto to.Eugene.Goodge.,son t>(:Mr. and was embellished,with. Alenconlace irndes. Chairs in Many Different Colors ttow Only
4 Mrs. Jack Goodge'of Starke. fhittlemen ; '
cent and seed *
I : sequins pearls out; .
Own Fine Diamond -
a The simple wedding service '
lining' Individual 'designs' of the rEIe t. Officers .
Regularly 129.95 to 159.95 \ :
took place Saturday.afternoon at ,
lace. The long, pointed; seieeveS i
5 o'clock at the home t) Rev. Orris I For ,New Year : '
I of lace were also, ,embroidered.
Collins .427 N Polk St., Starke. ; .
COSTUME SETS 20 similarly to the bodice. ''fheiOUDding s "
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Yellowing
The .bride chose for her wed- I The new officers were ;
PlateOFF .ding a lovely Sht green daytime neckline of>scalloped lace electedatthe'regularmeeting: oi RP1ECED1ETTEt: ,
dress iwithwhite\ accessories .and I framed her only ornament, a single! the Little. Women's.! ; ,Club last week t 9S
53-,Pc. Sets.. Community Silver a :white carnation c corsage. I strand_ of. 'pearls, a. gift t tlie in the club house: .
j 6 Chairs and 36 60 Table
!6rOm..ne elongated waistline x
Coronation Reg. 89.95 ''- ,NOW '49.95 'Attending the couple, were Mr' .scalloped! onto tie voluminous President, Mary Anges Matthews ,; f .
and Mrs. Lacy Silcox, Mr. and : : ;/;,Poe :.P esident? .Kathleen *
I: skirt 6t layers pt tulle and, net Conway; Treasurer, Patsy Nichols
Mrs.
: COlley ;Nipper, and 'Leonard ;' -1-1995.Value: SALE PRICETERMS .
First Love 93.25 'NOW.54.50 over taffeta adorned with 'a wide --
Reg. and Raymond Moody, brothers of' ; Recording Secretary, Jea .
the'bride. t band of matching Alencon lace ap-' DuggerCorrespoAdina.Secretary,, t
Eternally YoursReg.. 89.95 NOW 49.95 pHqttes"airrembroMered sequins Barbara-Bates. '
Mr. Is.
Goodge a carpenter employed iI and seed
pearls and ending '
', 52 rc. Goodge hV is Gainesville'employed and at 'Mrs.;I IP a chapel train. Her pointed I' The at the new meeting officers in will May.Following be.installed *. : t 8.00 Down 6:00: Per Month
Doyle
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shoulder-length veil of sheerest '
Holmes & Edwards Cleaners. They are ,making their lusion fell softly from a pearl tia the business meeting, .. ,
home at 558W. Call St. presided 'over' by. the president. -
\ \ '\ ,. / "Youth" Reg. 68.50 which ra. She carried a write Bible Miss. Sylvia :Pauik refreshmentswere Use. Our Budget ''Plan N Get Your Profit-Sharing
Coupons
had ;beep presented.. o.her
served by the hostesses: Shi
.OES GrandmatronTo'Condukt'School ..
by the.Y.: W. A., of; her Churca '. '
y :; Now Only 49.75: I topped withh a lace Attached coverlet i Ann Glenda'Smith. Underbill.,Elaine- Sukes. and" Jf'sA. ;fact You Can Do. 'Better At

matching her goWn. to !'

'Mrs. Freda McEwen, Worthy the coverlet was a cascade spray '
WMU' SPrlng'.Ra11
grandmatron' of. the OES-will pay cf white double English stock and Y

JEWELRY her. official yisjt 'to. the Stark stephanotis with 'showers of ,nar The' spring rally of' the New : Denniark 'Furniture CO.

GE M chapter on April 21. She will con- .row. satin ribbon and ,white Blossoms River Association of the WMOwfli

I Starke's' Leading duct'a school t>f,instruction at the ,, centered: with a.lavender, be 'held Hampton "Baptist I .. ._
Jeweler* Masonic, Hall beginning at 10,-.a. orchid. Church on'Friday; April 18.at, 19 .}t T j; .
""ilrs.. Gay chose" for Her ''Westell
daughter's o'clock. 434 436
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109 E. :CaU; Ph. 170 m.All St. PHONE 151Starke Florida
Eastern Star members are wedding ,a dusty rose, Ril k All WMU members, pastors and 3 ,

i urged to attend. shantung.gO\\ll .with beige acces- their wives are urge ..to,attend.; 1 ,

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.. _Mr: and,Mtst Vernon Patterson Mrs. H.K. Davis.returned home" Ptesbyt Irian Men Medical Staff Mrs: K. a. Duncan and Mrs. A. J. ThC: $ jr., A. L. Crosby,
\ of Charlotte. N. C. were Sunday from the Bradford County Hc'spital Carltcn Mc anus are attendingthe Elden Mathews: H. H, Rabb Jr.,

afternoon visitors at the home of on Sunday after surgery last Hear Rev.. Batt OfHospital, Enjoys Church Extension and Stewardship and P. D. Reddish representedthe

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Qu gl y. Wednesday, Talk On AustraliaThe Dinner Meeting conference at the Mont- Siarke Rotary Club at the

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Dr. and Mrs. Walter White of comery Conference Center tday l District Conference held in St.

Bishcp and three sons of, Hostile Atlanta were Saturday visitors of : Men of the First PresbYterian The regular monthly meeting s. Thursday. Augustine. last. weekend.FRIDAY .. ...
Park. N. J.. were overnight guests Mrs. J.,H. Fields. I .. .
Church held their monthly cf the Medical Staff cf Bradford -
IN THE MEWS cf Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews last I .
Mrs. Effie >Johns had as ( suppermeeting: in the assembly County Hospital! was held Tuesday J JI Profits'ie Stark'
Thursday of last week., Tuesday visitorS Mrs. Gus Smith hall of ftoe Sunday School building .:j;( in the hospitaL Preceding the VV Share the

Miss Jackie Colley ,spent the of Tampa.. Tueaiay night at 7 o'clock..A. I'meeting there was an informal
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r weekend with Miss Temple Hess Edward J. Nix' Jr. of Overland served:i! 1 1
chicken
:fried:: : supper was dinner at the Garden Restaurantfor
,Mrs: M. W, Lance is visitingMr. Mrs J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. in Jacksonville.
Park, Kan.,was the overnight the ,
by ,women of Circle 2 to the members the Attendmg and
and Mrs. Billie Burbank. Jr. Charles Darby, and their two of Jacksonville
P. Bridges
George guest Monday, of Mr: and Mrs. 12 membersand guests present.' Courtesy Staff their wives and
in Demopolis Ala. this week. smallest children visited Storyland was visiting Mr. and Mrs. v. I I
I Wesley Andrews. I, In the absence of,the presidents guesis. ,
Mr. and Mrs.,J. C. Sapp and in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.I O., Bridges last Friday and Satur- Harold Tyus. Bob Smith and Dr.I
R. G. Paterson, the meeting was Present at the dinner were:
:Mr, and Mrs. J E. Brcrrt V.T-J Dr. and Mrs. Leo Robb of Phil day
Marcia Miller spent, the weekendin
presided over by the pastor Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Dr. and
visiting Mr. and'Mrc.:: 'I. J. Cb! ...:/ adelphia; Pa. spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clement:.cf Leesburg attending the Junior rt'1', i I d
WtfS: McAliley. David Montgomery Mrs. P- G. Felos. Dr. A. J. Barry
In.Cocoa,over tha w," 'k'- LEugenia with Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. Bentonville, Ark:,are ,visiting Sgt Recreaticn program at the Methodist 'was unanimously elected vice Dr, and Mrs. D. M. Christoffers,
Ekard bro :2 1. .: z" -'ifch'en Mr..and Mrs. S. G. Denmark at- and Mrs. Jack Clement this week. .
I Youth Camp. Dr. APRIL
president to succeed John Locke Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams SATURDAY 18,19
she jumped o.-r a r. i tended the wedding of niece. E. D. is ,
Mrs. expected
a. Tenly Mrs. J. W. Ritch returned homeSunday Dr. and
Jr.. who: recently moved to Pa and Mrs A. Y: Covington
puddle enroute hems I.en c.1 1 Marian Ward to Jack Smith. Saturday home from the Alachua I
today
II : after minor operation E.
I a latka. The group a1so'agreed to i Mrs, L. H Jennings Dr. J.
last week. evening in Jacksonville.I General ,Hospital where she underwent in St. Vincent's Hospital last Fri ask the Board of Deacons to approve Denmark. Miss Barbara Spencer ANSCO FLEX
Mrs. Mural Gardner and Mrs. Little Joyce Denmark was a flower surgery Tuesday of last
sending the president ,as'a i and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmond- 1
Nina Andrews will be in St. girl at the wedding. week. day.Mrs.. Maxie Carter Sr. and Mrs. delegate to the Synod's Men's I

Petersburg this weekend where Archie' Green is going to spendth' Mrs. A. Russell Norman president Effie Johns spent last Wednesdayin Conference-at,Leesburg. May 23- son.Courtesy Staff members and Flash.Outfit. t
Mrs. Gardner will attend the hair weekend at the Phi Kappa of the Starke Woman's Club Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.' guests present incluaed: Dr. Roger yIn
Tau fraternity house in Gaines- and Mrs., John Torode and Mrs. 25.An
style show. Ed, Gross.. interesting talk on the Hehn. and Dr. Carl Wells bothof Luggage Type CaseValue
Mrs: Henry Carter of Maxville ville. Randal Chitty. delegates of the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Church in.Australia was broughtby Jacksonville; Dr. David Corf in.
spent the weekend with Mrs. Effie' Dr and Mrs. Pete G. Felos are Junior Woman's Club, are attend- family were in Folkston Ga. on Rev. Alan Batt rector of St. Dr Winston Summerlin Dr. 33.75 a:

Johns. moving into their new home on ing the State Woman's Club con Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.'A. Anne's Episcopal Church. Key- Glenn Summerlin. Dr. Walter_ e

Mr.. and Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Bessent road this week. vention in St. Petersburg from 0. Gowen. stone Heights and of the Epis- Murphree and Dr. Raymond I ;;,
Indianapolis Ind. and Homosassa.. Mrs. Nate Dyal underwent surgery Tuesday to Thursday. Mrs. Joe Thomas of Crescent copal Church at,Interlachen. Be- Fitzpatrick. all cf Gainesville; Dr. Special 19.95y/c
Fla. were Monday visitors of Mr. at Bradford County Hospitallast Mrs. Marcus Howard l and Mrs. City spent the first of the week sides serving these two churcheshe and Mrs. Rex Ramsey, Florida
Friday and is expected to return Clarence Roberts of Lake Butler with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. Fenton Rus-
and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. I is speaking to church and civic State Prison and Dr.
W. S. Slade. home this weekend. were last Thursday guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs. Pt L. Titman of groups,in this area and is observing sell, Wilmington.. Del.
Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonvillewas and Mrs. Wesley Andrews.Mrs. .
Dade City spent the weekend with
trends in general in American Recorder
0 visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E. J. W. Home of Hampton their daughter, Mrs. M. M. Smith{, church life. Brownies To MeetThe VM Stereophonic Tape
Middleton on Sunday., grid Mrs. Robert Barksdale and and family. Little Alice Smith
Carl Dinkins of Bushnell spent daughter, Vicki spent last Wednesday The May meeting was announced
I underwent lohsilecto'iv in the
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. and Thursday in Tampa; Bradford County a Hospital last for Wednesday, May 21. Brownie meeting Scouts will Tuesday have j Reg. 210.00 SPECIAL 159.95
.heir regular
Richard I
Florida McKinney. :visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Friday.
at 3:30: o'clock at the 1
Friends of Mrs. Golda Martin :Williams. Birthday Party afternoon i
Mrs. C. A. Knight spent the home of their leader. Mrs. J. i -- FREE DEMONSTRATION
and Alfred Brown of Starke will and Mrs. H. G. Bellinger I weekend in Lake
Dr. I ,City with Mr. For Mike SmithMrs. Warren 321 N. Myrtle Ave. D'j i
regret to learn of the death of were in Daytona Beach Sunday and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd.

THEATREDOUBLE E their brother. Claude A. Brown of visiting Dr. and Mrs. William 1 Mr.. and Mrs. Barney McRae Jr.I Elton Smith entertained at Bell & Howard Electric Eye

Los Angeles, Califwho died Jenson.Mr. I and son. Skipper, of Miami and a lovely birthday party Monday
Wednesday of last week of a heart 1 I and Mrs. C. B. Hiatt of Mrs. Norman Ives of Lake City afternoon for her sen. Mike who R MOVIE CAMERAS

FEATURE attack. ._ Lawtey have moved to 637 WalnutSt. were visiting :Mr. and Mrs: Barney was seven years, old. f rrEAra.STARKE' I'
Olive Enderlin has returned -
SAT. APR. 19 ONLY Mis. .. the house formerly occupiedby McRae Sr. Sunday evening., The 19 youngsters enjoyed the '' FLA.' "
Miami after
to her home in Mr. and Mrs. Whaley who Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews cake ice cream and punch and NEW MODELS .95

spending Mrs.several Golda weeks Martin with who her have moved to Lawtey.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mat were given favors of balloons and Fri., Sat. April IS, 19 AS LOW AS 99 .
sister. I. hews Atlantic Beach sUn- DOUBLE FEATURE -
Paterson at on -
has been ill with Asiatic flu. and Mrs. Robert whirlipops. Games were played 1
Mrs. Wilbur Grooms of Jack- and family of Camp Blanding day. and prizes were awarded to Joleen Francis In The i
SPECIAL
sonville was visiting Dr. and Mrs.H. have purchased J. L. Orr farmon Williston Mr: and spent Mrs.the'weekend Frank Weaver with of Gray and Don Hardy. Haunted HouseWith Ladies Diamond
Adams Wednesday of I Brownlee road and are moving Mrs. Smith was assisted by Mrs.
F. on ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. '
Rooney
Mickey
this week. 95
tMiItWllhI11. last week. there M. H. Sheppard.
Mrs. Paul Hutchins. has returned And
to her cashier job at Setzers. PRINCESS RING 9

i __ Slam tht Prolitrin Srorl. Mrs. J. R. Kelly visited Mrs. 'Social, Club To MeetThe Star In The Dust

Allie Driggers in Lake Butler on John Afar, Mamie,Van Doren
Social Club will meet on Reg. 19.95
'No. 6 and
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t Sunday. PIns Serial Chapter
1 Thursday 1ing. Apr. 24, at 7:30
Mrs. D. L. Silcox spent last Color Cartoon
o'clock in St. Mark's Parish house.
week 1 In LIve.Oak visiting Mr. and
Mrs: Ralph Cox and family. Vernon1' Reddish of the Merchant SUN., MON., TUES. Men's Genuine

Mr. and Mrs Elton Smith' and Marines is home for two April 20, 21, 22 ONYX RINGSWITH

family visited the USS Archerfish weeks vacation following his trip 'DOUBLE FEATURE

AND submarine in Jacksonville on Sat- to Hawaii. The Tattered Dress DIAMOND
ii iii ._-r-.I urday. Miss Helen Morton returned to
; Jeff Chandler and Jeanne (Drain '
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I ROCK AND ROLL Mr. and, Mrs. ,Roy Holm and Trenton N. J. Saturday after a Reg. 34:95: SPECIAL 19.95BULL1NGTON
AT SEA MADE THE FRIDAY, SATURDAY APRIL 18,19 son.Butch of Tampa Oren Welchof five days ,visit with her parents, ANDApache
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Dade' City Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mr.. and Mrs. Alex Morton.:. WarriorWed.

I CAPTAIN/ QUEASY Welch,,of,Elmira, N. Y. and Mr,
_.. ''-- and Mrs.., Red Emanuel and son Recent Births ., Thurs. April 23, 24 .

RloToUs NEW Imm Friday Saturday'v of Starke attended a family re- -= DOUBLE FEATURE -
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SS ) union at the h me'of'Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knight of The Big BoodleWith
: Mrs. M. L. Lawson on Sunday. Orlando announce the birth of a
0-N-L-Y Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish daughter Elizabeth Ann on Apr. Errol Flynn

'aafSII\\ : : ) and sons Jimmy and John Arthur 16. The maternal grandparentsare AND Studio & Gilt ShopPhone

i- were Saturday evening supper Mr. and Mrs.- ,G. E. Snow of Back From EternityRobert
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Starke.Mr. .
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and Anita
IIICIIAf!slimgaRooucnONrntil3e Ryan Ekberg 265 104 W. CaD St.
r I .....1aoa I.' PEPPER ELL FIMUSLiNSHEETS Mizell in Brooker. Plus Color Cartoon' ,
'...-.--- .. Raymond [Tiny! Guertin is and Mrs. T.: M. Windham ,
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MM.III laLlZOOlUJl confined in the Bradord County of Waldo,,announce.the birth of
Hospital following a heart attack a. son. Troy Randall on Apr 15 .
pfus1,"Spor ckle" Cartoon : on Monday. ,I in Doctor's Hospital

Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent Its nTI tai
Sun. Mon. Apr. 20 21 1'I ro
Thursday, to Monday Oakland Bradford County Hospital announces -
p.,- -. Ii Park with her sister, Mrs.' W. T. the following births:

s.bti / : Saxon, who had been ill. .I i| :Mr. and, Mrs. Morris Turner of

.,.,' .t by Mrs. J. T.,Lawson and Mrs.'M:t I Gren Cove Springs a daughter,

; Full Bed L. Lawson were visiting relatives:{,Jeri Lynn,, Apr. 9.
|,Otfe Pftmlnger Pnsents in Auburndale and Lakeland' on. Mr. and Mrs.. James William' '

.DEBORAriKERR Tuesday.Mr. .. 'I of Starke. a daughter Shuri Lynne '

', DAVID NIVEN SizeS and Mrs. John Altoh Brady[ Apr. 14.
JHNSBERGMYlENEDEMONGEOTi cf Jacksonville were Sunday visitors Rev! and Mrs. Robert Somme

III'' of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse New-I of Ocala a daughter, Apr. 16.

x 99 some. i. .
[t lBOHJHiR.TRtSTESS f|
E. M. Davis O. 'E. Stansburg.and .

GEOnKTHORNEjr'th aMRI Rev. W. McAliley attended 44w FRL SAT.
'dullfllEtiRflr0lfllr: ; '
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MARTITA HUNT the Spring meeting of the Suwannee -
"- ,LIMIT\ Presbytery at Camp Mont- : APR. 18.19

COEAUB It COLUMBIA,PICtuRES gomery' .
on Tuesday.Mrs.
mnran TWO TOCUSTOMER 6i -, ___
Plus "One Droopy Nite" Car- Morris Williams and chil-
dren of Folkston Ga. are spend- -* '<-W
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toon.THURSDAY ing a few days with" her parents, -
APRIL 24 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. % V i::: ;19il :

THROUGH MAY 3 Mr. and Mrs. G.,E': Snow will i CHIEF I.

spend the weekend in Orlando SFopcoHUnitySPECIAl -t,
HTr"i it"it' '
= 5ii: rifmt ijifTlfTj
with their son-in-law and daughter
CEOLEDEMlUE'STHETEN Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knight R COa STARTER 'V POWER 1
,.ooucw, ,
and family. ,
i.5JGet Lt. Cot and Mrs. James Griffin V
: will be in Lakeland over the ; F'

''COMMANDMENTSA weekend visiting relatives. '.;' :. MOWER

MIUWIOUMT neruM .TECHNICOLORSHOW Mr.. and Mrs. N. L. Stricklandand
family of,Ocala were Sunday ,
YJm'lsp.aiEi .10'0
{ visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. r' $64S' .1.1t
(!iElCEJCEJCEJ CE Strickland.. ?
l yt. Raymond. fane1li of Fort f o
TIME Your Profit Sharing Coupons Benning Ga. is home on leave < it
For This Engagement ,prior to overseas duty. Bet fef SpringDRESSES t:

Matinee-Starts 2:30 PJU. Mrs. One Wiggins and L. G. ,
Over FULL 19" CUTiyrV
at 6:30 P.M. Hemmingway are in Jacksonville
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Evenings-Starts 7:30: P.M.. today visiting Mrs.., Frank Hem- : t J
Over at 11:30 PJU. STUMP'SDEPARTMENT '
mingway of Starke who is ser '

PRICES FOR THIS SHOW ously ,ill at the home of her j
Mrs Ii. E.. Alexander.
daughter I
Adults-Matinee: 90c;, Eve- Mrs.,Enza: Blanchard; of Lawtey fO I IICt J 1

nfngs .1.25. STORE' .was a Monday visitor of Mrs. Emma 'fI" '
Children-All Day: 50c. Hill.Mr. EIFNkNEEVALUES'
Adults:-AH day Sundays 1.25 ,. .:
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and Mrs. F. B. Beard Sr. '
E. CALL ST. PHONE 100
1 .. ,. ,. ,will be in Sanford over the week- ; F.y : >
.. ,.. end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Beard, TO $3'5: '
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I :Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan r
VOTE: FOR BONDS LOTS BONDS and :family were in- Gainesville HANDSOME- .t.MULCH R' ,
OF '
-- Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. 2a .SPRING : e 2 H. P. CLINTON ENGINp I t
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and..Mrs: M.. L* Godwin.' (? .
Support the Governor's 100' Is it Mr. and Mrs. W. Thompson, ; .:
cent tax assessment ; '
per;;
..furnJawrt this h duty Rotary
with powerfuf erv/
Jr. and family and Mrs: Leo Work into play ,
fair for'- your $20,000 home to be city and:county fax':exempt :- Champion' enjoyed a picnic,lunch SKITSm ;; Power:Mower that's ,so easy, so efficient to operate Equipped.a '

oh a $5,000c00'tai valuation? This''bond issue will in Jacksonville .Sunday and also : e: FwitK !9"pr ground steel blade that mulches gross and Jea es, '. ,

make a 100 per cent tax valuation necessary,. and' this, Visited Jacksonville: the Zoo the NAS air and show the at A' ':t'f1'9t? ,Iawn I .raklng ,,Trims to.wa1Ls.,building. Rubber) and,tire f fl=wer.bed:,_ ,
FuU .
tubular handles have plastic grips
home would pay all, taxes on a valuation $15,000.00 submarine the USS" Ar herfish. tm:.L f ;"
ALL H'AfS
Mr. and Mrs. Riley- WasSin -
,ii -exempt.. Vote f bonds and let everyone'' gay! visited her sister.,Mi'\ Louise Benin *

P.:S. THE ANNUAL TAXES ON THE ABOVE day.St. Vincent's Hospital on Sun: HALF -PRICE Get Your Coupons For Cash Awards Saturday 5 PCt .M.

HOMESTEAD WILL TOTAL APPROXIMATELY : MM. Ray Stone entered StyVmcent's
A Hospital on Sunday forobs2rvatian
$65(1.00( PER YEAR. and possible surgery.Mr. .

and Mrs. ,David Reid, ,of HARRY ELROD FURNITURE en

HOME OWNERS, AND TAX PAYERS Jacksonville were Saturday dinner
guests of Mr.: and'Mrs. Dolph

BY W. G STALNAKER Reddish. They all spent Sunday 21S TEMPLE AVE. PHONE 43

'- ":- : 'f;< ... '. .. _.. .... .. ,. ,.,.. ,.,_ ,..-i- at Santa Fe Lake visiting! 'Mr, and ,-,.. _h. ._ __ -, .' -
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FACE ZU. BEADFUBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, StAfcKE. FLORIDA

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Value Of CampTo II Children's Group I Speaker BlastsIntegrationists Garden Restaurant gr: __ -II -.v --rra-a-rD-r Editors Make "---- CALl FOR April BIOS IS. unSealed


Hears DiscussionOf bids will be rrcened bY
Acquires PropertyFor Farmer's
This Area r Diary the City Council of the Cur of
Special ProblemsThe Expansion Goofy Mistakes Clarke at the City Hall In t tarkf',
Florida" until 7:00: o'clock P. M. on
Told Rotarians By Sun McGurrv Tuesday, the ith day of iiay, A.K..
program ot the Bradford At Brooker Meet It has been reported that the But Don't We All? 1S5K. at which time and place all
-I I understand his thick Scottish bids received will be publicly
What Camp Blanding! and its !, County Children's committee at Garden Restaurant:. located on accent. opened and read aloud on the following .
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their It could be worse! He could
regular monthly meeting
North Temple Avenue and owned :
\ varied operaticns mean to the Editor C. S. Lecky of the Union
'' Monday noon was on "Spacial play a weird tune or two on his For the sale of one m Four
economy of this area was discussed tion has always been Christian. by George Kopelouses, has obtained -
oagpipes and thai would County Times is bemoaning the door Ford Sedan. Said car can
by Col. ''J. A. Guff at the I' Problems. the speaker said. Mr. Harris, a the adjoining-property east of start fact that he made -mess" ot be seen at the new' county jail-
people in Starke looking
Rotary Club Wednesday.The "What can be done ".was ,the member of the Methodist Church the establishment on West Weldon all over last Said City reserves .til* right jo
fcr the sick tom -cats. week's paper. accept or reject any or all bids.
speaker said that the total note on which the discussion was blasted the Methodist Bishops for Street. CITY OF STAKKK.: FLU1tLUAj.b'y .
5 Vim, he says, 1 ran a cut ,
payroll released to the two Na pegged it covered proolems ot their stands on_ the subject.In Unconfirmed information revealed : Carl Johns City Clerk
I 1 Wet weather is ruining a lot of upside down on the front page; 4118 St 5'JJadlrlal :
tional Guard units here and the aid to dependent children, earLer conclusion. Mr. Harris deem the vacant lot is to be used -
Bub Carter I then reduced a
said he good lady's
i crops. planted age by
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varicus operations at Blandi&g is' relief to families of indigent ed it an urgent necessity that "we for parking space at present followed two Circuit la tad For
some Fordhooks, and they generations, referring to her
sprouted
$888.352.00 annually. Most of this I I I tuberculosis 'patients, transient bind together and fight together by 'a possible'extension of At last the-berries_came in this Bradford CeB.'". Florida.
all right, but then rotted before as a granddaughter instead of a I IN KK. : FOKFUll'l'KU OF iHUFOLLOWIXU
is spent 'in the. Starke area, he'I children and school problems. M.iS. electing our own public officialsby the modern eating place in the 'past week and it looked good to could UtSCKlBEl; : PROP-
they get growing. grandmother; and finally reduced
said.Col. I\I Marina Enellen, Puoi c Health our own block vote and fight future.As see the strawberry market busyat S. almost Union KKTV!: :
Griffin said that 199 peo- for yet a deed has not been recorded everyone in Countyto IMS Chevrolet pin truck Mot'
Nurse, was in charge ot the pro- ing the rights of the South. Starke. The season's highest
I Talking to cattleman the
I a this. poverty class by saying or no. VHMmZ; IS** runt
ple are now working at Blanding: gram. As the evening's activities drewto in the County Clerk's office volume of 488 crates was reached 4-dr. sedan Motor no. Vkr'liK8:22 -
week who
said the
: $37 price for 1 that one out of every three is receivIng -
including Armory Board Federal, a close, the Brooker Council verifying the exchange. last Friday, when the berries :! : I Kriggs-Stratton gasoline -
A resolution was voted by thepoup'to calves is the highest since World state welfare assistance.It water pump. no serial no..
and Florida Development Commission declare its backing ot Chairman, J. W. Kelly was Introduced brought 'from" 21 to 31 cents a War II. And just think-last falla should have been one out of 3400 pounds granulated sugarin
employees.The Mersey sugar paper bags;
to the large crowd, and pint.
the coming school bond issue. Motion man could have bought all the every 23." zoo feet black rubber hose IS
speaker described the reforestation Out SSSThe
free ccpies of The Florida Statesman
cows' he wanted for around $11. Inch diameter; S-100 pound
made Kev.
was
-by Sparks "
program now under official publication of The price is quoted that way .55 He sadly concluded: 1 honesUy butane gas cylinder, no Serial

way by the Armory Board at and seconded by Mrs. MCKrught.I Association of Citizen's Councilsof this year to avoid the confusion believe I might have done better .No.
01 Nockie Wainwright said that CITATIOX
Blanding under which 600.000 I Among the visitors web Health if a I HAD had a dnnk."
Florida, were distributed to the brought on by the switch to the THE STATE OF FWRlD.TO:
what is left of his
Dept! and school trom potato crop ,.,
/ Kla.
pine seedlings are being planted I personnel Kenneth C. Johns Starke
Clay and Union counties and gathering of people representing 24-pint crate, as a price of $7 a looks good. He lost a lot due to The Telegraph knows just how Florida Bank at Starke, tar".,
annually. He said the department I points i all over the State. The crate doesn't sound like much, editor Lecky feelS tor we have the Fla.
the wet weather.
had also built 31 miles of Foyd Baker, Slate Heaii.ii George c/o Noegel broth
access lept. Prink
but if it is for 24 pints instead of same troubles. Last
II I Country music for the affair 558 week we an- ers Starke, Fla. '
roads and has constructed educator. I
approximately was provided by Bradford Hi hSchool's Past 36, it is very good. Anyone know where there is an nounced that Bradford County AND ALL PUKSO.VS, FIRMS A UCOIU'ORATIONS
32 miles cf fence .
Mrs. Mary King Humphries, S. OWNING HAVING
PTA Band who also strawberry had
growers shipped
oxen yoke in the county? I know OR CLAIMING AX INTEREST
around the at cost
reservation a u en'isor:; of the ADO program, played fer the dance that followed The recent rains really messed somebody who wants one. 23,640 crates of berries, when it IN ANt! LIEN OX THE ABOVE DE-

of $1500 per mile._ ifsiica ai invitation to all members in the community center. up the berry crop. Talked to several S. should have been 23.640 pints. SO""REI> PROPERTY.YOU .
ANt EACH OF YOU are
Col. Griffin said the Armory I I ol the Florida Committee [Edited By Alice MeGarvey growers at the market who Lun Starling is in the turpentine This mistake was probably the re. hereby notitied that the above de.

Board is now entering into a of Social Welfare to attend the said they had to throw away as suit of "wishful thinking." scribed property has been seized
Carl SteinhagenDies In 1933 Easter Sunday fell on business. Visited him at his under and by virtue of Chapter &8Z,
contract fcr aerial spraying of annual conference berries sold.
at they
I Tampa, May many as place and he showed us some of. It will always remain a mystery Florida statutes of 1955 and Is now
black jack oak and other unmarketable .i 41-23. At HomeIn April 16. The Starke Methodist S. I in the pogsenglon of the Board of
I the trees he is working. Said he
hardwoods how these terrible mistakes will County Commissioners of this
over an St. PetersburgFriends church choir gave an Easter The outlook for the berry sea- is doing it in his "idle" time. defy detection until the paper is county, and you and each of you,
area of 1000 acres. The purposeis are hereby notified that a petition
Mark JacksonTo Canata entitled "The Song of son isn't good because, accordingto
off the pressand In the mail and
to kill off this type of tree and 5. unuer said Chapter, has been filed
here will regret to learnof Triumph" Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was I Ralph Nettles, berries have Lun showed us something on then become so glaringly obvious. in the Circuit Court of the Eighth
allcw long-leaf slash pine seedlings Enter SpellingBee ccme into production in both Lucius Jim] Parmenter Judicial Circuit: In and for Bradford
the death of Carl Steinhagen, the old [
the director I
to increase. It is planned to With Mrs. H. p.1 County, Florida, seeking the
In Jacksonville 72. at his home in St. Petersburglast Louisa na and Texas, and they place that is really unusual. In forfeiture of the said property, and

plant 1000 acres annually' under. week. He had been a residentcf Long accompanist. Among the planted about one-third heavier the old log cabin [which has a Brownies AppearOn you are hereby directed and required -
this program. I I : selections were "Gcd So to file your claim, if any
:Mark Jackson, champion Bradford Starke for several years before : Loved this year in those places. stick-and-clay chimney there Is TV Thursday have, and show ,
you cause on or
Col. Griffin said that drainage County speller, win compete moving to St. Petersburg. The World, contralto solo by S S a door which is hung on WOODEN before May It. 19i8, if not pUllanally -

structures costing $27,000 had recently in the 15th annual John H. l'erry Mr. Steinhagen was born In Mrs. D. E.. Knight; and "Near" The cold winter did some good. hand-carved hinges. Not only Interested friends and neigh and within served twenty with process(20) days herein from,
the
been completed at Blandin-j I North Florida ::Spelling bee: this Germany but had lived in this Cross Was Mary Weeping, For one thing, our fruit trees- that, but the boards of the door I bors of Mrs. J. D. Warren's persona service, if personally served
and that two more are planned soprano solo by Mrs. J. D. Doyle; with process herein why the
:: plums and persimmons-are loaded and Lun said they Brownie Scouts reminded to '
Saturday night. country since 1909, coming to are cypress, are paid property should not be forfeited
at cost of These will be "Savior Divine solo I
a 38000. by
Mark, son ot Stamea Starke from Staten Island N. Y. soprano this year and we notice that were made by hand. watch the girls on the Popeye pursuant to said Chapter. :Should
let to contractors in the vicinity MayorW. Mrs. J., W. Andrews: "Fear Not there to be good I. you fail to file claim as herein
He is survived by his wife. AugB-: appears a crop Playhouse TV program this after-
T. Jackson
will
face other Ye" directed* Judgment will be entered
bids he said. by David Mocre. A
on competitive champions In the brand Ballroom: sta Steinhagen. quartet of briarberries on the way. May Visited the Moore sisters, Rosa noon [Thursday at 5 o'clock, on herein against you in due course
The speaker was introduced 'by consisting of Mrs. H. B. McLen- be the cold killed cff a lot of Insects and Edith, who told us about the Channel 12. Persons not personally served with
cf the Roosevelt nolel ;n Jack. Funeral services were held St may obtain a copy of the
process
Mrs. E. K.
don, Perryman David
W. S. Sibley. mho had charge of .itn I- and if it did, at least we times when their father, ThomasJ. forfeiture file herein from the undersigned -
the program. sonville fallowing a six o'clock 2 p. m. Wednesday April 16, Moore' and T. T. Long sang "Daik did not shiver in vain. Moore, used to plant a lot of W. C. T. W. Cleric .( the Circuit
sit.
banquet.A Kenfield Funeral Home is the Garden." Court.
George Flynn Jr. was inducted Petersburg. Burial in the 5. strawberries \\'ITN"!:::58 my hand and seal of
Bradford was
Into the'club as a new member at County Telegraph S. The poor old Bradford County S. I A WET IS A PERSON WHO.fELLS the above mentioned Court in
carrier, Mark will 'be the County's cemetery there. Even 25 the StarkeWoman's Starke Bradford County Florida,
years ago YOU liE CAN MAKE
the not having spring :
week. we're
meeting last hospital is having language difficulties Too bad this 1C day of April. A.D., ISaS.
ole representative in this important Club was an active organization I THE COUNTRY DRYER BY
this A lot COURT: SEAL)
this' week because that election primaries year. (
contest. Six Cases On DocketIn taking interest in CHAKUSS A. VAKUY,
could MAKING IT WETTER
old demon gardener, Joe Kerrigan, of hot speeches now help
Clerk ,of tile Circuit Court.
Bond Election county affairs. In a report of of wet land t (THE NATIONAL VOICE)
Mayor's CourtSix is a patient there and they can'tGas dry up some our Florida.
New Gulf Station their. meeting it was stated that 4/17 It a/1

Opens At LawteyA cases were on the docket to wires had been sent to the Legis- Heater Causes Charles/ OsborneWins


This Saturday new Gulf station is celebrating but Mayor's only court one accident Monday case afternoon was i'monstration made lature to urging keep agent that a county every here.home effort In de an be Fire At Johns Court 'Trophy Sell It Rent It Trade Ii

a grand opening this week in heard because all others forfeited .
(Continued from Page 11] economy measure the Legislaturewas The Starke Fire Departmentwas ,

Lawtey. bond by not ,appearing.J. planning to vacate the posi called to.Johns Motor Court In Relays EventCharles

It would require estimated ad. Prizes-are given away by station -' T. Quigley, local retired merchant last Friday morning at about 8:10: %MIH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

diticnal levy of five mills on nonexempt I operator James Phillips who'! ,, pleaded guilty to causingan tion.During the ,same meeting the to investigate a flaring gas heaterin
of Bradford
property in Bradford will conclude the week's festivities accident and Osborne
put
was on probation one of the cabins.
I following officers were elected
County at the present time. Saturday night with the giving for 30 days. His insurance: : The firemen turned off the High's track team won the Percy :o WORDS OR LESS 0.e iBMrtloa (111.1.. Charge) .TI

The proposed bond issue is an aay of a portable television set. covers .the damages which were President, Mrs. W. E.. Middleton. ; valve and summoned the Beard trophy for outstanding EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER SO _*-____ ____ 4e Per W.r.
Vice-President Mrs. gas
E K. Ferryman Columbia Relays SO.% DISCOCXT ON REPEAT IMERTIOX& SAME AD
Bern and raised in athlete of the
of
outgrowth a study made last Lawtey Mr. minor. Quigley said he had a bay
; Secretary, Mrs. W B. company. No damage was reported. Kf ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS SOT PAID DT ADVANCE.
year by an independent Citizens Phillips has been employed by with him who was ill and his attention last Saturday.
Parks Treasurer Mrs G H. Low-
; ; ; :
Council for Better' Schools composed j' Humphrey's Gold after a 4-year was partly on him at the Osborne took the 220 and plac-
to _____ ..
ry. Delegates the tri-county CLASSIFIED DISPLAY :S Per Iieh first Issertisal.OOPER
of 30 members from all stint in the Air Force. I time. ed'second in the 440 at the Lake '
federation to be held 'at Lawtey Negro Charged $ I\CM FOR 8MB! AD HBPRVTKn OP. OR !MORR TTMRS
parts of the county The Council I I He now resides in Starke at 390 City meet and ran In a total of
Another accident
in which E--
I were Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs!
CARDS OF THAKK ((> T. M Word) ______
made a study and reported that West Weldon with his wife Betty. five --- C24
telleV.. Larsen was charged with A:' Z_ Adkins. .Alternates named With (Using( Car races. OVER 50 WORDS ___--_________--__ .I O... Per W..,
many of the county's school I who is Clerk for County Judge T.
and j': Gainesville won with a score of
I I improper passing causing, an were Mrs. L. Peek and Miss
structures were ;"unsafe, unsanitary -I A. Yawn, and their two-year-old accident cost her ,$37 for non- Pearl Jordan. 67 with Lake City next with 42 MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS -- 4 CcBta Per Word

and rundown" daughter. Cheryl Anne.FRIDAY I appearance.Eva S. In Assault TryWillie and Bradford placing third witha

I We hate Jait the Ideal home for
Sapp forfeited bond of,$37 All through the issues of the 39.
Turner was charged with ft ruaple rctlrcmcBt *r for the Genuine India Formosa
for not being present tb answer a Telegraph of this time were items aggravated assault by County A home triangular meet with reusE Ia.dbLarge l.t, 2 bedroom

charge of public intoxication. indicating the depression. Our Judge T. A. Yawn for attemptingto Green Cove Springs and Gaines- work chop.modern Treea home.,...garage hrabberr.aad, Blooming AzaleasPlants

Shate the Prohls an Stark Three persons. Morton Qerald present recession is mild when run down Lettie Mae Brad- ville was called off Tuesday- due Just '7 block from chapping ee.- lOc to |%.00

Friedberg George Wilson 'Roun-: you read an item announcing the shaw with his car Tuesday. to wet grounds. Because of a tight Call ter. Bated..a for street prlee and aad City term tlUtlea. Greatly reduced

trey, and James S. Green each closing of the Ketterlinus High He reportedly missed her the schedule it may not be worked prices

forfeited bond of $12 for not ap: School of St. Augustine.for lack first time, but brushed her leg in.this year. FLORIDA REALTY CO. On Lets of 25 to 100

pearing on charges of running Bred of funds. The session had ,closed he her into ditch duringa The Bradford squad travels to OF STABKE Azaleas since 1890
as ran a
!!. N. Walait St. TeL 883
light. after a period of seven months second attempt.- Gainesville this Saturday to play Starke. Florida Belvedere Azalea

and citizens 'were attempting to in the P. K. Youngs invitational.
Earlier, he had unsuccessfullytried FOR SALE 6 room frame house.
Rites raise money by subscription to Garden &
SaturdayFor
Nursery
to borrow a ,quarter from Bath hotwater. kitchen cabinets.
keep the school open the eighth Fruit trees gas and electric near PAULINE> EARLE COLLINSP.
Mrs. AbernathyIn month. her.Judge HONOR ROLL'The Highway and lake. 13,900.00 Terms.
Yawn had the case trans- Phone 4160, Keystone Heights. Fla. O. Box 168 Earleton FTa.

SATURDAY APRIL 18, 19 Jones ChapelMrs. ferred to Circuit Court. ftp 4B4fcXPRIENCED
or Strawberry pickers were cut following students have FOR SALK-Fenta process treated
-"f. PAINTER and fence 4
post miles North on :301.
Mary Phillips Abernathy from' two 'and ,a half cents a made straight "A's" on their _reports paper hanger wants work.' Reasonable Green a Bakken Post Co. tfchg

Profit-Sharing Coupons Given With 80-year-old resident of Graham, quart to one and a half cents. for the fourth and six rates by hour. Frank Wolfred P. O. ,

Each $1.00 PurchaseTRAINING died"In a Starke hospital Thursday The price of 32 cents for packing weeks period: Betty Farkas-, Charles Box 154 Hampton, Fla. t tp WE farmers.HAVE a Loan.new loan of 1 program to 5 years for

4 April 10, after an extended had also been cut by a few'growers. Osborne, and Joanie Wait, all REWARDFor inf'rmation on for the entire credit require
illness. She was born in Mississippi lott Lemon & White Bird Dog. Fe- ments of the farmer and his fame
members of the 12 th grade. ,
'. male. Mostly whit with two yellow ily. Gainesville Production Credit
on March 12, 1878 the The following have obtained A ears Answer to name Pgiy. Contact Aal.'oclatlon:0 North Main.

daughter of the late George M. This same Issue! of the Telegraph = OR soi OCR room 5 and B average on their report Jimmy Moore, phone!t.h 189. 4'5 lnptivllle. Fla._ tfchg

and Jane Kershaw Phillips, and i. announced the death at 95 cards, and did not receive any RADIOS REPAIRED

PANTS had been a resident of Bradford of Col. W. T. Weeks, last Confederate Soil Conservation ITs on citizenship: WAITRESS WANTED Apply All Makes All HMete
12 Guidon (1 rill. HP .u....... Ch antes -.
I County for 58 years. She was a veteran in Bradford County.Col. NEWSBy 12th,Grade MIEPHEHD-S RADIO naraitee4* TV

I member of the Christian Church. Weeks had been clerk of the Wilbur Barry Virginia Darby FOR SALE-3 Ivdroom house. 1500 Ia.... Gree. Owner
,
1st Quality Must sacrifice. Phone &33Uor
down.
:: W. Call S..
Bill Haas
Surviving are two daughters circuit court for 32 years; he had ph.Be 239
S Sz. 2 Tommy Dyal, Gerry Gibson. Beverly see owner 4 mi. S. Rd. .100 Blue 8tarke Fla.
6. Mrs. H. M. Wasdin of Grahamand also served as county tax assessor Soil Conservation Service Green Pat Hobbs. Iris Mc- ''",,"**. "!)

Mrs. Pearl Reynolds of Jacksonville as senator'81ld'representative Cullough, Pat Pellum Mary Star WANTED-:Sales lady, must be experienced I* PAID ON SAVINGS KRT.

CS ; 11 grandchildren 11 to the state legislature, and had I was discussing: with, Tommy ling Glanda Underbill. only. Apply McK's Fruit STONE HEIGUTS STATE BANK KEYSTONE -

CERAMICSBeautiful. great grand children and two been a delegate to the Consti- Hamilton the possibility of combining 11th Grade Stand. Ztp 4/Z4 HER FDIC. YLL MEM.

great great grandchildren. tutional Convention of 1885. sweet lupine the other day. Barbara Bates,_ Terry Futch WAITRESS WANTED-El: Kancho

I 6 Funeral services were held in _,. ,. Tommy tells me that they have Terrell Green Jim Hobbs Judy Restaurant. lIp Get them. HEED now' pay TIRES as you rtfl*.

Assort. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Sat Congr. R. A. Green had been some good fields of sweet yellow Kelly, Rty Maxwell, Patsy Nich- FOIJNL-E'rown and White spotted Ask for our easy budget terms
lupine this which he Hound. Female. Owner may have Lacy Conway Sales and Service,
urday at 11 a. m. with Rev. J. E. appointed assistant Democratic year plansto ols, Maurice Overstreet Franklin Union
I by paying board ana advertising Pus Station Starke. Fit.
29c Value Sherwood officiating., Burial was whip in the United States Houseof gather seed from. We were Ritch, Bennie Williams, George cost. Contact City Police. _tfch*

in the family .plot in Santa Fe Representatives. "In recognition standing beside his pick-up truck Young. Itchg
FOR SALE
14 in
15
x ft
LADIESSCUFFS Cemetery of his loyal and faithful service when Tommy put his foot on the 10th Grade FOR KENT-Three bedroom unfur. culvert pipe, $1.25 ft. ALSO Build steel

Active pall bearers were Carl to the Democratic Party." bumper and said. "You know, by Gary Chance Dolores Clover fished house. Inquire at Bus Station ing lots for sale In S nth Gate

Broughton. A. T. Andrews Arnold Mr. Green the item continued, planting oats with 'our lupine I settle, Patsy Cogdill, Kathleen tfchg Low Subdivision.monthly Low payments.down ayment.BILLY

lICI Wasdin Bobby, Wadsin Julian I has been an active member of the believe we have got that old virus Conway, Larry Elder Virginia AVON COSMETICS JACKSOX, Phone 165, c/o Central

Wasdin, and Henry Reynolds; I House since 1925 with the unusual pretty well under control." Erwin. Hank Graham. Tom Jack- Truck Lines. Uchw

49c Value record of eight years's perfect The method of planting a bandof son, Frieda Kimble Judy Lesaw- Offers OXE BEDROOM furnished apart-

1st Quality Conner SpeaksOn attendance.S S the oats, lupine around seems the to be field controlling and in I yer Sara, John Jo Sprow.Stephens Harold Tyus, Women Who Need Jackson.ments for rent phone l 5. W.tfchg T.


Paper Industry H. E. Lagergren, grandfather of the virus pretty well. Howard E.I.1'. 9th GradeEd MONEYA TWO BKDROOM partly furnished

INFANTUNDERSHIRTS Importance To State Surveyor M. G. McMillan, was a Van Arsall, management agronomist Brown, Sue Jackson. Pat for newly decorated upstair apartment
rent.
To
opportunity right see contact Mrs. Paul
with the Soil Conservation good earning
I man who did much for the county Harper Dave Long Theressa In your own neighborhood. Join us Raymond. Z41 &: Water St after

I Doyle E. Conner of Starke. and in his writings, has handed Service, said that the lupine on I Maruca Anne' Matthews Nathan and train In our beauty Conference i P.m. tfchg
2 i Zedra Hamilton's farm looks Classes. Apply Immediately for sev-
Speaker of the Florida House of down interesting historical factsof as Green, Sara Osborne Carolyn eral extra good territories in Starlce

Representatives, spoke to an audience I the area. In a letter to the good as any sweet lupine he has Roland. and Bradford County area. write ALL TYPES; LAWN MOWKKS: sharpened -

1st Quality of state legislators officials 'editor, Mr. Lagergren told ofthe seen in the State. I 8th Grade Ualnexrille Mrs. Meta; Brown Fla. 1'. O. Box Itchg 4U1, 4H-W., also Calvin rotary Johns.blades. Phone Itchg

o Reg. 19c and civic leaders Tuesdayat work being done drainage a- John Adams Jo Alyce Graham, --

Palatka.. round Starke under the Emergency The first inventory soil and Marilyn Beecher LOST-Tuesday at. Kingsley Lake. AT THK KAHM 7 sc per gaL; tllc
Hernwall
Payne, Black Cocker SpanIel female eight! i'er *4 gut Delivered in Bradford:
Speaking__ at Pulp and ,Paper Relief Adtt: n1stratlon., He water conservation, now under-! Carolyn Pellum, Sandra Solano, month old puppy. Reward. Call County Z6c per Qt.i at Klngsley

PILLOWCASES Day ceremonies at Hudson Pulp wrote that the late G.,M. Inman way in Florida by county State Betty Lou Wainwright. Puddy Noegel. Phone J39-J. IteM fake lie per qt. Peterson & Son
Dairy Farm, S. Colley Road. :Starke
and Paper Corp., Conner discussed was in charge of the program, and Federal agencies. 7th Grade GOOD Dry LAWTEY Fla. In City Limits. lip ill

2 2 the great economic benefits and had engaged W. A. Colley, L. M. Hollingsworth. executive Arlen Bias, Elizabeth Derrick
THREE B. R. baths U heart .f FOR SALii-Sunday School build-
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secretary of State Soil Conservation -
S 1st Quality brought to the state by the "a better man for 'the job could Sally Ann Epperson. Harriet t.... 0.lr t blork; to Port Offlee. ing, frame. !2 by SO fet Must be

39c Value pulp and paper industry. not be found. Board, says the inventorywill Goodman Jack McComb, Wanda Very Good Tftmn.WALL moved 30 days after opening of
bids on April 21. Fine Level
farmers and Bap-
be to
As featured guest he who 'underStooddrainage helpful
predicted ; Mr. Colley, Wall. Lynwood Walters. REALTY tin Church reserves the right to
a tremendous expansion of the' cleared 31.miles. of ranchers in preventing flood dam I reject bids, under -the minimum.
age. halting soil erosion and providing handling details of the inventory. REGISTERED BROKER Malt bids to Pine Level Baptist
industry making it Mr. .
pulpwood an ditches and canals. Lager
HOT 4GC Phone 4S7JJ Church Route IOU, 'Y. t;. Hall, pas.
'so even greater asset to Florida. in gren noted that most of these water sources during tor. ztchg 4/U
I droughts. These are three big The tide of the earth's A FARM FOR 9LE
popu-
the future. ditches had not been cleaned
,
Fenced and cleared-6 room house FOR SALE-IMS Will)'. Jeep 4-
Call St. since they were built in 1913 and problems. in the state he says. lation is rising and that of the with bath. LArge front and back wheel drive. Very good mechani

Pot that the canal connecting Rowell Agencies cooperating in the earth's natural resource base is porches screened. Hardwood floors, cal condition. Goofl paint. rest of
Hot Causes pressure pump telephone. 4 miles fer. Phone Keystone Heights 2*&i.
and Sampson lakes was dug in I survey are Conservation Committee falling. No one yet knows the east of Starke. Hwy.. 100.. U. T. Ztchg tIn

Fire Alarm 1897. He estimated that during : Agricultural Marketing ultimate efficiency'of man's resource Muggins, :Starke. Kla. Ill Clark St. -
or office phone 233. Ztchg flU HOfSK FOR RUNT Three
bedroom
Service., Agricultural Research, use or, therefore the -
heavy rains 6,000 gallons of water corner Christian and Pratt
Pb ne1M Starke's Fire Department was per second poured through_ Alii ,Agricultural, Extension Service.Fanners' eventual population supporting HELP WASTED MALE Sit. Apply Mrs. K. t. Mundonr,

called to 713 West Madison at gator creek at:the trestle HomeAdministration.. capacity of the earth or any of MAN OR 'AND WOMAN-To FF.MtLE take over Phone %111. 1tch.

12:30: Tuesday afternoon after a Forest Service and the Soil Conservation its parts. Nevertheless, unless route of established customers In :SOTICB

passerby reported seeing smoke. WANTED -- dean Cotton Btgs, Service. ways can be found to provide Starke. Weekly profits of 150.00

No one was home and no dam- No Pants, No Shirts Must'B* J. M. Weir of Gainesville is substance for rapidly increasing or or other more investment at start possible.necessary..No will ear made I am by not my responsible wife Betty for Taylor any debts or

age resulted from a smoking pot Clean. Bradford County 'IelefnPh. chairman of the State- Con&eration population we can face a dark help you get started. Write C. K. anyone except me after this da...
- luDle.Dppt.. 'A-:, The J, 1:. Watkins -. without written
my
on the stove.-- "J-.> }- Needs'Committee'and is future. Company, Memphis 2. TenD Die E. Taylor. penaUxtou. Jcfca-








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ried to Don. 12 Every day Ronnie and 'Terry Cannon, Mary, lost .to Boles with
who are not so healthy leave for years. a score off team at Manville and will try to! family.
states with warmer winters. So I find more good qualities about Edith Sylvia Ann_ Copeland and to 1. On Friday they will play play
every Sunday afternoon. I John. Ed and Linda Waters,
.that leaves those who like to him. He is my Prince and givesme Diane Griffis on a skating partyto Green Cove 'Springs at the Baldwin John and Ed Waters and Eugene -
r I work and love winter. Whoopee! joy and happiness. I love to the' Baldwin skating rink last Field and everyone is invitedto Bonnie? Padgett Jo Ann Parrisn
Hires motored to Jacksonville and Martha Hams went to the
I I suppose I will live to be a hundred work'and help him. Saturdaydafternoon( attend.
I unless something overtakesme. We had an old man rake the Everyone.from Maxwell has Don't forget tne big free sup- I Sunday night to the home I I movies in Starke Sunday alter*

yard. It is getting green and my been asked to-attend ,the Revival per at the Baldwin School on Friday I of.Mr. and Mrs Bud Waters and noon.

Easter it was snowing but I tulips and all spring flowers are meetings aft the'Clay Hill Baptistand April 18, beginning at o:3U:
8 a 8 essDONCA Highland f Baptist Churches. Shore Profits in Stark
went to church and also sang a up.God p.m. Everyone is invited out the -
NEBR" solo. There were lilies on the bless and keep you all. Mr ,and: Mrs. C.H.- Nolan and lots of parents are asked to dO-
The Junior choir and Love, MOTHER LURA motored I 1
altar sang sons
'to
Palatka
Wherein Easter has come and Still trust in God and work Sundayfor nate cakes and pies.
they looked so pretty in their a visit 'with"Mrs. Nolan'smother
gone., The days are still chilly and ..vvrvvvv.v..m..n..nMAXVILLE Mr. and Mrs.' Leslie Sweat and
thrive.Oliver Wendell Holmes.I white robes. I felt so happy. We ; :Mrs.-'W._ 'A; Cannon and
and we have not planted a gar- family and Mrs. Barber visited
had Communion service Friday
other
relatives.-
den cr the farmer's oats. like to read the above poem with friends in Middleburg Sun-
and I went in the rain and '
What is age but youth's full over and over. It was written bya night Mr. and ), iS. Simeon Phillips day afternoon.
dark. We had nice crowd.-
I a
bloom- poet who lived to be very old. For dinner Sunday I roasted a By Mrs. U. B. Nolan and ughier"1>eltie) Sue visited Baptismal services for the Max-
A richer more transcendent As the years roll over my headI friends in,MaxV1ll
Sunday after-
I duck stuffing it with a dressing 4AAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A ville Baptist Church, were held
how fcolish is
youth, thought one in which I put apple and onion.It noon. Sunday atternoon m Black Creek, FRIDAY, SATURDAY -.APRIL 18,19
A weight of gold is never old; when young to think that peopleever Mrs. Fannie Griffis had as Her The Balwin baseball
'' was good. Don likes roast duck. team seemsto near the Long Branch Church.
Streams grow broader' as they grow old 'in heart.Oft our guests Mr. and Mrs. Guy be
Marshmallow Icing Sunday improving; with a win over Ed and Bootsie Can-
downward roll. bodies get worn and ill, but if j I Jacksonville, Wilkinson
and children of
10 Piece
Frigo Callahan
I Cut up 8 marshmallows in a last week of 5 to sr nut non have organized a baseBaUHI Living Room Group
health
At sixty-five life has begun. one can stay in good one bcwl. Add an egg'white and stir.I Mr. and Mrs. Millard Stricklandand .
At seventy-three begins once is never really old. one is only family and Mr. and Mrs.
Bring to a boil one cup sugar and
been
when I have
more: wiser -young. I Henry Griffis and family in tne ATe
where live to be one-third cup water. Let cool. SAVE
Fly swifty as thou nearest the reading people Pour over marshmallow and egg efternoon Mr. and Mrs. Tigo $25 *
than in
older in Nebraska any
sun white mixture: Beat'until stiff. and Mrs. Gnffis visited with Mr. a
And brighter shine at eighty- other state of the union. I thinkit MI FRAIIEand
and Mrs. Ernie! Fadgett at Clay
You add one-third powd-
can cup
four. is because of the rugged winters '
i-4 J.fe
ninety-five shouldst thou I and the hot summers produce :a ered sugar stir in well. This icingis Kill. Sofa -- -*-*-* .

arrive healthy race of people._,__ _____The_onesCrarikcase I easy no trouble and with at an all.I .electric mixer Joe On Lucas Friday and night family, :Mr.attended and Mrs.a S JOHNNY'S PLACE Platform Rocker ; : SS:, !I ; -a
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/,4 > n "' was grieved'to learn f' the barbecue supper at the home of
TV Chair
death of my dear friend at Clay Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones in I U. S. 301 South
Hill Daisy Lang. I lived with her Baldwin for the former Veterans

t and Fred about six'years and Agriculture Class.. 9/ 2 End Tables
b Formerly Phil's Place
knew her to be a good Christianand Birthday Party 1 r

tE cne of God's finest women. Mrs. Albert Smith entertainedat Drive Out Today For Delicious Dinner Coffee Table .
We shall all miss her. I know her home last Friday night, a
E I that heaven is brighter' by Daisy with a surprise mrthday party or Luncheon 2 Table Lamps Reg. 194.95

S!. having entered. honoring her daughter Peggy on
'AI f.< Here is a poem that remindsme her 14th birthday. Games were .;.Steaks Fried Chicken 2 Sofa PillowsGET VALUE

of her: played and then the birthday
It is not what you"get, but cake made .by Peggy's aunt, Mrs. Chops t Sandwiches ALL FOR ONLY

what you give; Ruby Durrance, was cut and serv .' .

i It is live not what you say,but what ed with drinks to Edgar and Mar- )WE EXTEND.A SPECIAL INVITATION TO YOU TOCOMEOUT"AND YOUR 95
you ; .
Crisis/! vin Williams, Larry Harrison,
1 Giving the world 'the love it TRY OUR DELICIOUS FOOD
Larry Hill, Walter Williams, Jr?: PROFIT.SHARINGCOUPONS 1 6 9
needs 'SERVED PROMPTLY IN A
R. V. and Howard Uurrance, Billy: FRIENDLY
Living a life of noble deeds.It *. ATMOSPHERE 1Ar
It seems this nice old lady drove into a Phillips 66 is not what you have but and Bobby Nolan Wilbur Bell, .-"

Station to fill up with. Flite-FueL When the attendant I what you found: .William Lloyw Ray Kaulerson, '!.oll'' ): it

f checked the dipstick, he found she had only about a II It is not when, you came but I Tommy Clark, Muton Greene, C. 'l!;.. : :-,Open, 11 A.M.\ Until 10 P.M. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
L. Frisbee
and Alvin Padgett. .
quart of oil left in her car. When he pointed this out, whither bound, Closed on Tuesday
Also Mark Green. Burn
Booby J.1' NO CARRYING CHARGE
Striving for the right, the good,
I that ,I'll
she replied:"Fine...as soon as use up put sed. K. C. Padgett, Claude Worth, f' ;

'Of,in some course more the Phillips!" Dealer explained that she needed .' the while These true to,you.are the things worth '''I' Charles Sandra Brosky Mosley Frances, Patsy and Smith Jan., Frankie and Johnny's Place HART FURNITURE CO

ice Bell, Pam Lucas, Linda Jones,
lubrication! 1
jive quarts of oil for adequate Don.is at the store. He is wait-
Barbara Jones, Patty l'a1'11SQ 301 .SOUTH. (Formerly Phil's Place)
I .:Now that spring is here, it's time to think about". the ing'stove for and a deliver call to gas.set He up has a gas to I Mary Kilgore and Shirley:: Higgui-: I --- PHONE '10 STARKE, FLA.

oil in your' crankcase. If you are still'using winter' meet the train about 50 miles botham. Mrs. Smith was assisted

grade" oil, it's time to change it. But why use two, from here tomorrow night to get in entertaining by Mrs. lora) Byrd ...: -

when one will do? Better switch to this body. The funeral will be and Mrs.. Huby Durrance.,. Share the Profits in Starke

Phillips Trop-Artic*which gives you Friday.I Friends of.Gene Sculley will be Y'ALL FRI. SAT.

the effects of lOw,20 and 30 grade oils. I have the attic and linen closet I glad to know that he'is spending ,

.Compared to old-fashioned oils it can cleaned. I made two1 sheer dresses i It furlough at his home here from 'JiIt1TiUiI .
66. Puerto Rico and will return next k1II1i :
actually double engine life. Drive in to- for summer. Must clean the sun i 4 APR.
k porch next. Hot days will come week to Okinawa for, 14 months
day for your spring change-over. .. suddenly Then I shall make gar- duty. "
f .. *A trademark den. I set out some aspargus roots. Franklin Higginbotham and son, COME!

My strawbery patch looks green Stanley of Jacksonville visited 1849

\ JEROME JOHNS OIL CO., Distributor and nice. I have plants to start with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin- .., .. ..
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I botham and ..
Starke, Fla. another_ patches .. family Saturday.Mr. .
So* the days"pass,; good days, and Mrs D. B. Gritfis and I ..C .
full days and happy'days.. I will daughter. Karen attended the Air '
'. GET YOUR P YOURCOUPONS ..
.soon have!_been.in Nebraska, mar- Force Show in Jacksonville Sunday IGET .

afternoon. COUPONS
Mrs. Millard Strickland and

Shore the Profits in Storke, Mrs. Fannie Griffis visited m

Starke Friday afternoon.Mr. .

and Mrs. Earl Mosley and .'

I I family enjoyed fcarbecue: supperat

I Iit the home of Mr. and Mrs Joe Na :

Lucas Saturday night -Thr
Mrs. Margie Sacks and daughter -

Sharon Silver/: springs, Md. :
and Mrs. Estelle! Carter of Green 10 DAY FREE

Cove Springs visited Thursday T

I Y with Mr. and Mrs. John North and
1
family. Bernie Sacks, who had

FRI SAT spent several days with the HOME I TRIAL on fabulous new
; Norths accompanied his mother

APR, 18.19 tack to Green Cove Spring
The meeting of the Maxvule

Home Demonstration Club was Ip
JACKSONVILLE PRICES NOW AT KOCH'Sg held last Tuesday, April 8 at the -

Civic Club. The next meetingwill

WE ARE be held on :May 13 at the '

g PIECE HAIRCUT jw home of Mrs. Sue Hobbins. Ji'LiL'1'.H

METHOD NEVER I
;::: everyone let the Civic Club down

1 UNDERSOLD .....- Friday night. Everyone! is an-
::: =-. xious to have a play park and

::3 Civic Club building, but these
things cannot be obtained with-
: out putting forth the effort. One dif'o s

cr two people cannot ao every-
1SJmllw. 10-Piece Steak
l9 Y i ; thing alone, but with the coopera-
Knife Sets 6.95 tion of every able-bodied citizen ra aaa ; A .

many things can be accomplished.
t. Uej S1U* What will a community ever Circulates 1 Water Continuously f

))2:( $I'5': : t Lamps .Y 1.49 amount to that cannot work to-

li q up gether for the good _of out peo- .!-olf.. During 1 Washing and Rinsing
NOW ONLY ple. Just remember "United, we : ,..iJ:2"-

-'t; stand divided we.fall." The results :..:. "t.\. look ol this Miuationol offer. We *>IU deliver ant install in your I
slip s s...sl>n l 8-DAY ALARM CLOCKS are entirely up to you. .-M/iJIj." ; .., .. home IT*Hotpoint washer of your choice. Yo b* ladoa" under
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't.'eriiseUiatlaretIloirClts t l !.f-:; .- t r cur own actual tvry day cashing 1 lequuementt ewe
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: The Intermediate Girl's Class .
SPECIAL .1.98 of :i ]:;;...: : I family. If.after 10 doyt you art not completely satisfied, wt will,
i.3spedo)ulIlIIIl'' ides'. ". the Maxville Baptist Sunday -:t'i" .>t II remove the washer at our..pen... tut act right now and bo

: fyadleasrrokekaucattin9easr .', School met for a business meetingand .".i.'\<>!c'4k"...,><,.. .; r> J ;"'-t.- ... Ii tilled with. Hotpoiaft NEW AUTOMATIC.WASHING. MUtACUl' y I
d. social at the home of their ( .j "
ft unrated f.r a lull rear = Pocket Combs 3c :f4't.;:.." '"-". is f.- *' I
teacher Mrs. Dorothy Waters 411'G'V" you cleanest washing, ever...speck-free every_step. of the .
Monday night. .. :. t. ...... 'vio.,. .uillitoli..cJecuuIy.soobv.ponslo'.M/ .
o.
tl'-
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rargroves, tL..t., 3"t., .
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DRUG DEPARTMENT f. :V.:;( ..f. t.. t. ";; 11.. ..,. .
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3-Cell FLASHLIGHTS 59c accompanied by Mrs. ]uona Manning :.. i i", .J: ', .,y"i'', .i'_ CONTIOISInitont nisi woNOa' -otAt .-.-
of Glen St. Mary and Mrs. .{ -r-.A.. ;..;. .. .. .. o.-'o'4.e. !it i fi t.f pro-selection of wash NarrAol)for regular faVia .%.
Without Batteries Rosie Hunter of Aiacclenny spent ",:-.i ,). water temperaturevCeid-woMr{ Delkate far lifhtly soibd and
500 Norwich Aspirins 1.29Doan's ; the weekend in Winter Garden .;, W ': J. I i rinse automatiCp snon mode fabrics. ... '
;v.'::. .. fl t .t.f-. -
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Ladies' 98c 51 Gauge with Mr. Hargrove's sitter Mrs. is" .".,.-;\\.."i-;.' ,c s ,..- ..:,. .-..:-:. I Filtered Overflow .' s.-J.t-Spray rinse-Automatic Sediment
; : .
Pills 98c
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Kidney Mary DiUinger and family. Mrs. ;'' y2G: ; "-. irl-out-Writteit.Warranty one year on entire. washer,additional
Hunter stopped in Orlando for a <;'\7f.' 4 yean a. ef -cow ttbwelbiy.
Nylon'Hose 2 pair for 1.09 it" .
5.95 GERITOL ;
4.95 .
visit with Henry Hargroves. On '
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all Cler- ,:,, .",, !!,, Vs. .Om ,. -
Sunday they motored to <;=-; ;:' \
69c IPANA, 2 for 99c Cannon Wash Cloths 9c mont. "'/ i." .L Stt 0\-,' .f eC\'. 95

Miss Minnie Hargroves spent 9rn' i""'.4;";.*: f'f o11r 0\,14 .

49c: CREST, 2 for 89c the 'weekend in Glen St. Mary ; ':,..,\<... .,,. r. $ *
Cannon Towels I 59cMen's r
with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis '' :J
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1000 SACCHARIN, 1 gr. 1.39 and children ... ,
Mr. and Mrs. L A. Borstein of .. >".n.",.<,; ALL PORCELAIN .
2.50 Belts : 98c "
FEVER THERMOMETER. 79c -. '!" Jacksonville visited witn Mr. I and 1"i.
INSIDE AND OUT
OLIVE OIL .. Pint 98c Mrs. N. L. Cannon last Monday.Mr. .
6.95 Heating Pads *---4.95 and Mrs. D. G. Mann of

RUBBING ALCOHOL Pint 19c Jacksonville- visited with Mr. and '
Mrs. E. B. Wellhausen and family .-. ;' .
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Prescriptions Called For and Delivered % and Mrs. Mary' Wellhausen Sun
day afternoon..
Mrs. D.. Ji. Griffis, Mrs. Henry SERVICE
Free Truck Delivery Service
Griffis, Mrs. Lealer Harris, Mrs. i 166ELECTRIC
KOCH DRUG STORE
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Earl Cannon and Mrs. Gladys '
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Phone>53 Copeland carried Sharon and Karen Phone, Starke, Fla.
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Griffis, Roger Waters, Earl,
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,BRADFOBD.-, i COUNT_-_' __TELEGRAPH_ _, _"- BTABEE.' _FLORIDA!_ _. ,, FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1358
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YYYYYYYYYTTTTTYYYYTYYYYr month. tending Murray State at 'Murray, MiSs Linda 'Edwards visited Mr. Hutchinson graduates in June the Lake Shore Hospital in Lake : -------T-: -
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace had
ti'F.AiM Ky. Edwards' father, Mr. T. B. Ed- from Troy State Teachers College City, Later, : in the day, they visit- Men's Clothing ''
as taster Sunttay HmhSr Tfuesls 1.trS.T..'G."Stringf Slow
Tisitia
wards in Brooker last week. Mr. where 'll ALVAREZ'STUnL
she has been named to ed relatives in Jasper. l III 111'1
Mr. and Mrs. R. 'A. Wells Miss her daughter! Mrs. George Man- Edwards is very ill at the home of Who's Who in=American Colleges. Heilbrcnn Home Demonstration Established 1S94 I I
By bra- : J. 0.,'ColdneQJClnb 1 1J'arw: lb, Mr. and Mrs. John assa and family in Green Cov? Mr. and Mrs. Z. W, Hamilton. Bill is a Sophomore there. They Club met in the home of Mrs.A. .
-Mynihan, Miss' Joan Mynihan; Springs Thursday and 'Frtd y Ur.-and( Mrs. A.J. Green had also visited his mother, Mrs. Lola C. Ellis Thursday afternoon.The .
AA AaaAaaaaAa&&, Mrs. Izabell Edwards, and Lt. Jim
of last
-week.
as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Beeman, at her hone! In Gaines Devotional taken from the
Meeting McDonald, all of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon were Mrs. !\. B. Knight of Lake City Bible, Book. Mark was rendered Share the Profits in Starke
The Community Club- held its Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. spend-the-day guests on 'Sundayof Mr. and Mrs. R. A. CaldweU left ville.The Junior Woman's Club of .by Mrs. 'White after which the
41rst regular.meeting,of the,month I Bates during the Easter weekend Mr. and Mrs. Cannon's aunt for their home'in Rockford. Mich. Melrose met Tuesday night for a :Ladies present repeated the Lord's 1 1It
;on Tuesday afternoon "at two o'- were Mrs. "H. O. Bates Jr. and and uncle. Mr, and Mrs. Artis ,en Monday,-after spending :the business meeting. Hostesses were Prayer. Demonstration was the
clock. Mrs. Milo Seigler, the I son.Tlobert of St.Petersburg.and, Rickerson, in Lake Butler. Visitors last flays visiting the J. G. Cald- members of the executive board. I I proper table setting,and selectionof
1d nt. presided. The,,club pres-I Mr. and Mr Ernest Wakefieldof I of the Cannons-on Sunday afternoon nlls.YYYY..YYYYY..YYYYYY.TYTY. It was decided that the group TOUT silver, china and glass-
: wdbraham,',Mass; Miss Nancy Mr.. and Mrs. F. M.
was beautifully Decorated: irtth/a were would sponsor a dessert card partyto !ware. This was nicely presented'''
profusion pf spring flowers RQU1 Bates was at home with her pare-'' Bagley and family of Cftra. be held at 1 p. m. on Wednesday -!by Miss Alice Jones from Florida
1 :tine business was ;Discussed 'and nts for the, Easter holidays and Friday night dinner guests of April 30, at the clubhouse. .Power and Light of Lake City. An 1 r
tentative '-plans:weremade; for the returned this weekend to resume Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Were I MtfLROSEBy Donations of $1 will be asked. interesting film on this subject
:annual spring luncheon, which her studies at Florida State University Rev. and Mrs. C. A.,Crosby of Proceeds will,gO to their project, ,was also shown. Tasty refreshments I
will be held in May., The,hostesses : It Tallahassee.: Penney Farms, Mrs. :Jake'ParriSh I "Operation Beachhead." Work were served by,the hostess Specials Good April 18 Thru April 26

.' Mrs.i\. c, Belche, and 'Mrs. Joe and Steve,Harden returned ;and children of 'Whiter Garden, Claire Chiappml will begin next week on the repairof :.and were enjoyed by all. The next
DeWitt Sinclair served- delicious to their respective schools Sunday 1 and Phil Parrish of LInden Mrs. l.iI lll.i.ll .ll the dock at the beach. Tickets 1 meting will be at the home of Mrs.

refreshments consbting of cake after spending the holidays!John Spence'of Jacksonville>was may be obtained from any Junior. White on the second Thursday of Let us help you
with their mother, Mrs. ,Louise at home with her parents on Sat:. .. Mrs. Edna Nilson Is recovering Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires and!next month, May 8th. Anyone interested I,
'and punch. The next meeting will Harden. Joe's school is the University urday. Other guests of Mr, and from major surgery at Alachua sons left Thursday for Miami; in this work is urged to,i with all your
be thefourth, Tuesday this ot Tampa and Steve Is atThat's Mrs. Crosby were Mr. and Mrs. General' Hospital in Gainesville.She where they will visit friends and' attend.
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r- to return to her home
hopes
Willie Andrews of Lake Butler, I' 1
6h Road I relatives. Those on the sick list this week Do It Yourself p7'
Ridge next we ek. '
for dinner on noon Sunday.Mr. 'Mrs. Allen Graham, president of Wilmont Brown in the:
Our Business Mrs. Ruth "Wycoff: left Thurs- .- are, 'Mrs. I. 1
and Mrs._ Spencer Crews the Melrose Woman's Club, andMrs. Bradford County Hospital and I projects t
day f cr her home in Westfield, N.
U It's Glass We Have It! were spend-the-night guests of M. 'C. King, 'corresponding ,Mrs. R. L. Morgan. Let us 1
J. after week's visit 'with her
CALL WRITE. or VISIT Mr. Crews' parents, Mr, and MrS. parents, Mr.a and Mrs. Ralph Pear- secretary, along with Mrs. Gilbert'' ber to pray for our sick. remem-I Including: 1 I
Ii
P. S. Crews on Friday of last Reed, president of the Junior I Don't have a farmer's r
sail. She arrived with her daughter i
week. Mr.*nd Mrs. J. B. Rivers Club, and Mrs. Vance Powell, attended 'bulletin for you this week but HOME
Joe Peters Glass Co. _Mrs Joan Gnerier, also, of;. I
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were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Westfield.: Mrs. Griener is spend-1 i the Alachua County Fed- I'hope to have one for you next ADDITIONS J
and Mrs. Crews. I Mrs. Rivers is eration of Women's Clubs meetingat I t qS
FOR ANY GLASS NEED the former Mrs. Flora Belle Net- ing grandparents-an extra week at their here home with her on I the Twentieth Century Club in week.May God bless each of you CARPORTS 1 -

We Design Modern Store Fronts t1 sJ Mr and Mrs. Rivers were !Gainesville on Wednesday. bye now. 1---
the Ridge.
married this past weekend and FENCES. = :
Just Mail Us A Pattern r Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Mannare ,
will make their home in Starke, ..YY.YYYYYT'YYYYYYYYYYYYTllEllBR'ONN PATIENTS ADMITTEDTO --'
Table Topa where they both are employed. now at home to their many S PLAY ROOMS :
1313 NW/4th'Pl. Gainesville. Fla. Phone PR. 2.4353PROTFEfyiur '' friends. They arrived< homfe last BRADFORD HOSPITALThe yS
f I Mrs. Rhoda 'Dowling of New Wednesday after, an absence rf UTILITY ROOMS '
r' .' River is spending this week with nearly three months Mrs., Mann following patients were ad. ..
her brother and sister-in-law Mr. 'underwent major surgery in Jack- 'By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy mitted tit Bradford County Hospital Bring Your Plans to Us.We'n .
and Mrs. G. E. Crews. Mrs. Crews during the past week:
sonville and spent a month re- be Glad to Help
DRIVER'S license joined friends and relatives in 'A&A&&A A 4AAAAAA&&A I Mrs. R., A. Tillis of Hawthorne,
cuperating at the home of her with Advice, Ideas, 1Ia"ThJs must be of the rubber
Lake Butler and attended the Louis A. Piotti of Boston, Donme part
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. arid Howdy Folks, I hope everyone I
family reunion of the Rimes family Teressa Lfeach. Mrs. Tommy A. terials and Construction. 'fin jhipmenH"SPRINGTIME!
Mrs. Shuler P. Cox and family in mailed in those Income tax returns -
., BUY near Duke Station on Tuesdayof Odom of Melrose, Mrs. Joseph O.
Jacksonville Mr. Mann e>Zteledahospital before the dead-line. Why
last week., I the same day }hiSi, <:wil4 'we; put Wf those things till the 'F istke of Doctor's inlet, Mrs. ,
Jim Murphy, & former resideul was discharged, with doubt pneU. fist minute is hard to explain but Jimmy Swmdill:; Mrs. P, M. Hare-
of the State Farm was here visiting -- mcnia and "spent a month there it's a bad habit we can easily ac foot'Bar'bara 'Ann Baldree of IsPAINTING

INSURANCENo with pfd friends 'an Suridav Both are doing well quire. Green Cove Springs, Mrs. Robert USE

Mr. and Mrs.' Murphy are now ,1MIa d Mrs Richard !.yom of ,Activities of Heilbronn Church i s. Byrd !1rs: James B. WhItehead AND

nip living in Connecticut.Capt. Atlanta;' Mr and Mrs. pick Lyons = !for the week are as follows: Regular of Lake Butler, Joseph Edward J& J's
and Mrs. James,R.: Jones .and two children of'Ja kSon- I Services on Sunday with Hendricks Plant City, REMODELINGIODEnNIZATION

and two children arrived, Friday! ville; and Mr. "and Mrs. ,Del 'Ly' good preaching ty the pastor, llerbert Bell of Miadleburgr, Larry :
before Easter and were,the guests I ons of Ft. Lauderdale were Sunday; I Rev Walter Lee fine singing by William Batten, Joseph Kerrigan PLAN. TIME'!

MYLE ,{ CO11ER13o AGENCY of Mrs. Jones' sister-Mrs. Clarice, guests of Mrs. Bess Lyons Lynn. i all with chorister, Russell Reddingand Rmily Melvin Johns of LaKe But-
I Thompson. They returned to Ft, J. E. Cross of Colquit, Ga. isa pianist. Miss Barbara Jean ler, Lacy J. Wynn and Beulah Easy
I Bragg N. C. last weekend, where visitor of his -son and da ghter- INorman. A Study Course using Kay Bias.Colored FinancingNO J&JIUILDING

W.Ja1l) 'Street J Phone 285. i he is stationed. in law, Rep. and Mrs. J. Emory' !the book "Studies in Hosea," will Admissions: DOWN PAYMENT
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E.'Edwards and Cross. and family.. be taught by the pastor on Wed- Otis 'C. Walker of Hawthorne, SUrrUES
Mrs. .John McLeod is recuper- nesday and Friday nights until Lucinda Stewart of Hawthorne, F.H.A. Title 1 Loans at QUALITY & SERVICE
ating from a broken:leat; the the course is completed. All ale thorn and 'Louisa brown. mm
Southside Rest-Home on Atlantic invited to attend and take part 5%, InterestSHOPPORTUN1TY. *TAMK Iflfc
a H" : Blvd in Jacksonville. in each of the services. '

While the Rev. Mr. Martin ? Sony"'..to hear of Glen Moore's THE RIGHT POINT for the
Steadham of Palatka is conducting accident but very glad to report way yon write. Come in and select SPECIALS

a revival meeting in Columbus, :he, was uninjured. your favorite ESTERBROOK
-' Ga, this week, his wife is visiting Roy Clemons and son were in Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. .... REDUCED ITEMS ..
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; tI. her'son and'daughter-in-law, Rev. Miami during the Easter weekend.

T ; Mr. :Ray Steadham, pastor of Eli- 'Retha-and Ottis Morgan of Rus- [ TYUS PAINT 20" 90'' Wood Sash
am Baptist['Church in Melrose.. kin visited Mrs. W C. Clemons
\I { Mrs." Claire Neilson of Palatka t. and relatives Easter weekend. Convalescent Home WIPDOWS3O\ %

was a west at the home of her Mrs. W. A. Solana and Sandra I "A Home Away From Home" Hardware 20 f
: parents, Mr.tmd Mrs. C. L. Mann, and "Mrs. Barbara Kite visited
J. on Friday Jacksonville Monday of last week. ASK YOUR DOCTOR MORTAR MIX
..,' Mrs. T. A. Odom Betty is "a Sunday guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. ABOUT USYour"Inspectiofi BRUSHES 10%
patient.at the Bradford County Bill Green were Mr. Green's ':
Hospital in Starke where she un- brother. Mr. :and Mrs. Donald Invited 1.25 j BasShare
fhe' derwent major surgery last week. Green bf Jacksonville and Mr. Nurses on Duty 24 Hrs. Daily DOORS 20%

She is reported doing welL Green's uncle Mr.'and Mrs. Ted ,227.- -S.-'Thompson- Phone 153
: 'Frank Wright, former assistant Burnsed of Macclenny. : .
.., 'governor of 'Florida and now m Harvey and I visited Sunday in I .
public relations in Miami left Fernandina with his mother
Thursday for Europe. He is to at Mrs. Leona McCarthy and his the Profits in Starke

tend a convention of architectsand ,.sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
''owestpriced engineers in Berlin next week, John Stillwell. ,
and then plans to go to Moscow Mr.' and .Mrs. Mertie Newmans I
and an extended tour of Russia. and Miss Ida Sweat attended

He accompanied his mother, Mrs. Church at Pleasant Grove in
Lillian Wright, to her home near Taylor Sunday.
Melrose. She had been his guest "Mr.,and Mrs. W. A. Solana and
'Of the Iowpriceth for the past several months in daughter, Sandra and Mrs. Bar- is AaFRL
Miami., bara Kite and children were in
Mr. and Mrs. Horton Hutchinson Lake City visiting Sunday after-
and their children Joan and noon.

with: lowest-priced Tudor-lowest-priced Fordor Bill of Alabama, were recent An inspiring and interesting SAT. r / .
guests of his sister and brother- program entitled, "Entering Wide
Business Sedan-lowest-priced: in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Blas-! Doors" was presented by the APR. 18-19

'reeIowestpnced Station Wagon ingame at their home on Lake Heilbronn Church WMU Ladies
Swan. The Hutchinson former Thursday evening. Mrs. Freeman
Gainesville residents, plan to return Crosby beautifully rendered the RCA 21"Regular'359.95 I Ii
in early summer to Gaines- Devotional after which the opening -
ville to make their home. :Miss prayer was offered by Mrs. ,

t r COME !IN "TOD AY, Plumbing At in Bill the Green.program Others and participating the business i .:e.

/" o61er'S8 t' a Its Best meeting which followed were Mrs
a -
Whsle' price f. ford h as reduced FOR A TOP TRADE All Types R. L. Morgan. Mrs., Jimmie Lee, 'III V
UP Mrs. Cecil Rowe, Mrs. Morris
ha ve gone
b Blow \957 on popular EconomicalPrices Carter and Your Truly. a.. i.I i. I

prices 3 0o and Fairlane Sedan, AND A TOP DEAL I a Mr and Mrs. E. W, Parrish
Custom --- were, honored with a surprise I r '
birthday dinner Sunday. All of 1.. I
\ .. Set Us For Complete Job oa their ,children were present for
FHA TITLE 1 LOANS the occasion. Others
r. ,- ','::: happy were
\ .Badonranpariano/Man4aclrrat'iurgeltrdr ill iwrttl,,., Mr. and Mrs.,Frank Parrish and INiI ; Hl
& !
Plumbing: Heating daughter of Miami, Mr. and Mrs.

Pete Parrish, Mr. Zane Parrish, Only ? I U
.r GNANNPLUMBING Mr., and .Mrs. Ed }parish and iiic"
AndrewsMotor" Co.If CO. daughter, all of Jacksonville; Mr _. I;
and Mrs Roy Clemmons and fam- I I '
118 Court Street jt ily";of ur community; two of MrJParrfch's o'iiii95 'iJ
PHONE 514J sisters, Mrs. R. V. Con-
her and daughter and her family
a Night Can Collect ;2S96J of: like Butler; and Mrs. Alma
you're Interested in an A-l. Used CarBe Sure to, See Your Ford Dealer, Keystone Heiglts: Douglas of Lulu: M 's. Parrish'S LU J -
: brother laid"family (;Jasper:' Mrtmd .
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1 $irs.'Roy'And rs and familyof
111; .': Lake City; Mr.'and Mrs. Gene WITH TRADE ,;
Norman andson of'Camp Bland- RCA Victor Robbins De ,

SURE.VTwith t h ing.. The delicious"dinner was entoyed'by' luxe. Lowest priced console :
a A REA'
everyone Happy Birth W with 3-speoker Panoramic
t day, Mrand'Mrs-:- 'W. ''Parrish, Sound. 262 sq. in. viewable
FLORIDA and may the Good Lord bless you SHOPPORTUNITYSPECIAL "Mirror.Sharp"pichireEeryother Deluxe -
National
.but ; both with many more. feature! Mahogany grained,va1-

,,. "fll- .. ..- ", t ,.t'MrCornelious, Moore reports .. nut groined finishes; limed oak grairad
haven't
I a-wonderful time enjoyed by aU)
,
) :
c- $ checking account on the recent I trip Bradford Big Be,Sure ,To Get Your crbirchgrainedTimsnesMra.2D852'. (
paid that .c:
'r Seniors took to Washington an< Profit-Sharing Coupons -rtes.
bill ?" Household money is easier to keep track t f when you use a New York. ifrs. Moore's daughte

Florida Bank checking account. Your cancelled check is your Jean was among the senior's an RCA RECORD PLAYERS RCA

< receipt. Don't wonder whether you have paid a bill or not ,. Mrs. Moore was, one of the su'

t'k a # know by using a, Florida checking account. Open your account chaperones.Miss .
J Y today'at the Florida Bank''' at Starke ) Marilyn and Pearson Co: Regular 79.95 ... NOW 69.95 POCKET'RADIOS
i of the University of Gainesville '
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L. 1! ONLY ONE IN STOCK \
accompanied by two youn j' .
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; friends"visited with their parents Regular 20.95 NOW 15.95 Regular"51.30 Value
o FLORIDA Bank Mr. .and Mrs. E.. L.. Cox Sunday .
I afternoon. ONLY TWO IN STOCK ---

at Stark Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Regular: 104.95 -- NOW 89.95 ONLY :A88
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One of 28 Banks in the Florida 1 Ernie_Johns, was their daughter,
Mrs. Lois Henson .and baby of ONLY ONE INSTOCKSHEPHERD'S_ : _

.,...,, ', ,:' 1 National GronpMESIBER ', ,1 Jacksonville Sunday,, visitors included
relatives from Tampa and '

,'- ..... ,.' .. DEPOSIT Plant, City, RADIO ;& -JY
t''EI INSURANCE CORPORATION I Mri' and Mrs.,R. L. Morgan ,. .

"it ru.u. ---- -- '" visited Sunday.with,Mr.Morgan's PHONE 239 STARKE. FLA. -' .
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BBADFQRD COUNTY ,TELEGRAPH, STABKE, FLORIDA
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VVVVVVVYWVVVYyyyyyy her crooked back over and she Hicks.. Mrs.:M. P. Misner and C. day .after'a 20-day'leave here man Paul of Lake City. Mrs. Paul]
LEVEL feels better again, .so is trying to L. Cooper- with his parents.. is a niece of Mrs. Chastain. Mrs
CLAY HILL do as so many ask her to do, Danny Williams, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Thomas Wads- Chastain visited overnight in Share the Profitsin Starke
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send in her news this week. Mrs. Frank Williams,marked his worth and baby of Bunnell spent High Springs with her sister Mrs.
Mrs. H. BL UcBaa bj Mn. I. L. Strickland Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. sixth birthday Monday, April' 14, last weekend in Hampton with i F. H. Douglass last week. 1 1
.AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAA4, Jack Wilkinson were' their son with a party at his home. Mr: a.:d Wrs."G. P. Wadsworri
&AAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAA4'Mrs. Marion and family from
Georgia After games and opening of
Mr; and Mrs. Wilson May of
There'was a large" attendanceat Grandma Pendarvis of daughter Jpnell and family from gifts refreshments of cake, ice of Gainesville visited her mother, FOR DEPENDABLE
Pine Level Baptist Church Sun- Highland was a visitor of her Wesconnet and Mrs. Wilkinson's! cream and punch were served to Mrs. Minnie Mariconny in Hamp-
day with 215 in the Sunday School brother and sister-in-law in ,Mc- sister Mrs. Autman and two! 20 friends,' ton Sunday:;
classes. Rev. Roman Alvarez clenny for more than a week and daughters from Jacksonville. Personals Termite Control
brought the message in the ab- we missed hef from,church and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dyals from Mrs. L. A.>Hall spent last,weekin Mr. and Mrs. E. ,A. Clouse of
sence of the pastor Rev W. E. Sunday School in- the Highland I Greenfield! Center N. Y. were Tampa as a delegate to the 53 Bradenton-'visted at the home of 0 Household Oomnwrdrl FRIDAY, SATURDAY -. APRIL 18-19
HalL < church, but she was with us again visitors at the Highland Churchfor annual session of the O. E. S.' Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill on Wed Peet ControlGrove I

Rev. and Mrs. Hall and her sister. last Sunday. She is weak yet from the morning worship service. Grand Chapter of Florida. nesday of last week. Arrow -- Wilson Bros.
Mrs V. Mitchell attended services her fight with flu. We are glad "Aunt Zettie" Pad- Visiting recently in Hampton Waldron Wadsworth drove to Spraying
at Jacksonville where Rev. Recent visitors of the Strick- gett has recovered from her flu with'Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maxwell Tampa on business Monday. DRESS SHIRTS
Alton Dobbs is pastor. lands' were Mr. and Mrs. Char- and is able to be back in the High- was Mrs. Maxwell's daughter, Mrs. Women of the New.River As- CaQFR. ft-6035
land Sunday School to teach her A. M. Burris Diane sociation..Baptist WMU will meet
Mr. les Whitaker and Lias and daughters.
and Mrs. A. J. Fender and Taylor of 1' Were 3.95 to ".50
family were recent visitors at OrLando Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.J. Junior Class again. Also Bud Wil- and Joan of Jacksonville. at Hampton Baptist Church for Florida Pest Control 't M
T. Prevatt and son, Glen of kinson has recovered from his Mr. and Mrs. George Williamsand their, quarterly meeting this Friday & Chemical Co. L 2 ,45
Mr.and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and Starke. Mrs. Prevatt thought en- flu enough to release Nellie, Ms Mr. and Mrs. Wesley April 18, at 10 a. m. Days Only )
family of Brooker and Mr. and ough of us to bring some flower wife and nurse so she can return Griffin and daughter"visited Mr. Mrs.' Jessie Chastain had as 24 N. W. 16th Ave. _
Mrs. W. C. Conner and daughter seeds so we traded seeds as well to_ Sunday School and teach her and Mrs. Leo,Savage at Anthony, Sunday:visitors, Mr. and Mrs. W. Gamesvflle! Florid
.Yvonne as talked! Adult Ladies': class. These both near Ocala Sunday. They came A. Russ and Mr. and Mrs. Nor \reg. 2.95)) NOW 2'45
were dinner guests of Mr.
have been back
with their classes.
,and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday.Mr. It seems the pulp wood men the last two back by way of Gainesville to see ,
Sundays. Mrs. Chasm,
can not get into the the B. Eiland family.Mr. .
and Mrs. L. L. Conner, Mr. woods to our pastor's wife, was with us a-
work very much unless they could and Mrs. R. 0., Simmons Drapes Boys'
and Mrs. V. E. Thornton. Mr. and gain Sunday. The Sunday: before Upholstery DRESS PANTS
Mrs. B. M.-McRae Mr. and Mrs. use a boat so .some of them You-, she was unable to attend due to returned Sunday from Pensacola y-
Robert Myrick and Mr. and Mrs. gan Padgett and sons. Tracy and the where Mrs. Simmons had spent
fact she could not get
some-
WERE
3.95
Willie and .son-in-law, last week with the Charlie Ed- '
Robert
Earl Goodman, all of Starke visit one to stay with her mother whois FSlip Covers Seat Covers
ed the H. M. McRaes Sunday Martin have been hunting fish an invalid and who lives with wards family. Their-nephew, Bill
bait at Stricklands .so they can Edwards, returned to Hamptonwith
afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Chism in their k/ Large Variety of Designs and Now '
go fishing. Most of the fish bait them for a visit. 1-95
Other visitors of the McRae's Georgia home. There were others Materials pro :tI'lr
To Select From
has disappeared, washed away or
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sparkmanof
were Mr. and Mrs. John R. Rob- with us also who have not been ,
frozen, so it seems there isnt ...
Lochloosa spent several days e.
erts of Keystone Heights, Mrs. B. present for sometime, some nameswe I
much to find anymore. Wonder CALL 239
last week with the Joe Forsyth
E. Eggers of Jacksonville and did not get. Sorry!
how they can get to the creek to
family in Hampton.
Miss Betty Conner of Starke and The sick members of YouganPadgett's
fish? For Free Estimates in BRAND Merchandise
Other Values
Sunday visitors at the home of Many
Mrs. T. N. Norman of Heilbronn. family are all able to, ; .
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins of We missed the Highland news be in school and back to work a- Mrs. Ina Knight and son were the

Lawtey visited the H. M. McRaes in the Starke paper last week, the gain. We hope Lonnie Padgett's Carl Wilsons of Heilbronn and SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV at ALVAREZ STORE
one night last week. corespondent, Ellen Norman was ., granddaughter Ethel's baby is the Ernest Southerlands of New .

We wish to thank all of our In hospital therefore, there was no well again. River. INMAN D. GREEN, Owner Est. 1894
news. It seems this correspondent Willie England was climbing a Billy Home, son of Mr. and _
friends for all the kindness shownus Phone 239 Starke Florida Be Sure To Get Your Profit Sharing Coupons
was on the sick list and unable tree not so long ago, wasn't as Mrs. J. W. Home, returned to -
during Mr. McRae's illness and 'to write her news also or at ,.good at climbing as he thought Homestead Air Force Base Sun-
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for the prayers that have gone up least she thought she was sick. 'he was. YOU guessed it he fell out ,
In his behalf. We are thankful Ellen is at home again/ and Dum- of the tree! He was rather sore
that he is improving ater a long pie Wilkinson took Bessie to Dr. For a few days. Joseph and Henry
Illness. Bellinger's last week. He worked England were on the sick list for J BARBECUED CHICKEN DINNER. Broil frozen chicken

a few days last week but are bet- parts, basting generously with a tangy barbecue sauce.

ter again. ..' Glaze canned onions season up frozen peas. This party
I We are .sorry to hear that "Miss s's dish calls for Coca-Cola-the drink so well loved it is .
Lillie" Wilkinson is not improving t enjoyed over 58 million times each day. '
in health after the stroke she suffered I yems... .,
THIS WEEKS 'some time ago. She is at .
her daughter Greta's home in x <
Madison at present. She is missedby DEVILLED CRAB MEAT. Combine canned crab
all. meat with soft bread crumbs, dry mustard. Season,
We had an improvement In at- b,. ,< g moisten with milk-sprinkle with buttered bread -\,

tendance in Sunday School at crumbs, bake. Serve with ice-cold Coca-Cola-the .abM....,... t"
Highland last Sunday but we R' i >. y drink with such universal acceptance it is acclaimed JIWith

need to improve more than twice :. in over 100 countries.
the number who have been pre-

sent any Sunday. There are 133 ,,,-,,: a: 1
enrolled in Sunday Schoolthere V
'1 .. were only 55 present. This is
seven more than the previous

Sunday's attendance. Surely we ftsJ \
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS can do better than this. But of t (
this 44 were 100 percent members. rF ::4
The Adult Ladies Class won the
banner. We feel proud of US! COKE and these _

GLIDDEN PAINTSSPRED Seldom the Ladies can leave home x, s.,. w ",. cX y: +
long enough to win a banner! wa VV y J
Services were at Aunt Senla
SATIN Prevatt's home Sunday afternoon quick-fix foodsyou're .
at 4:30.: As most of us know this w
QT. GAL. dear old lady ,Is an invalid and -
I the members, Highland, and r' .

$j.36 $429.. her other home churches almost, have every services Sunday.at ready to givefrom .

L il We feel that is the least we can .
do to help this dear old Sister o 0b
O o ..U 4
with her Christian life.
SEMI GLOSS Remember to attend the revivalat 0
Highland April 16 through 27.
QT. GAL. We also understand there is to bea your'b atJ
y
revival at the Clay Hill churchat
$$1.62 $5.28 the same time. All are invitedto V.
both assemblies. C C G G D o c C u 6 .

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COMPLETE PAINT DEPARTMENT See the display at grocer's now '
your FRUIT SALAD LUNCHEON..Chill

h)4t s ;y : 'v' .)i; canned fruits. For a "dressy '
Lumber Roofing By Bin D. E. IT1ri A well-stocked pantry IS a' good Wlr 's pride and joy. From it she can ': dressing"stir whipped,evaporated
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Materials produce a family meal. a company dish-. a midnight treat. So, :: a milk into mayonnaise, add diced
Masonry
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtBond stock up on these "come-in-handy" foods. You'll find all kinds of maraschino cherries, and slivered

Products ; Water Pumps Election Saturday interesting foods at your grocer's from which,you can whip up im ,, almonds. Serve hot muffins and
ice-cold Coca-Cola. You show
9 Hardware Lawn Mowers urged All to freeholders vote at the registered bond election are promptu meals.1 POI'our shopping basket high: and 1 layin plenty I of i your own good taste in serving o

this Saturday, April 19 at Hampton Coke-your best friend on so many occasions. Coke will welcome Coke-favorite of the world.

City Hall,'for or against the guests .brighten meals. .brighten you when you want refreshment.
school bond issue. Polls will be
r
open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.

$20,000 of the proposed $450,000
NO MONEY DOWN is to be earmarked for Hampton
Elementary School to renovatethe
existing building, paint build-
ing, purchase necessary equip- '
Repair ment and enlarge and improve the :
site of ,the school. :: _

Add Rooms --- Carport --- Hampton Officials election designated are William for the H. -

Maxwell, clerk; Frank L. Williams
Bath Room and M. M. Matchett inspectors. : :

Bus Schedule Change .
Hamp- JLu
schedules through
Bus
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX
effective April
ton have changed.
TURES). 1, both the eastbound morning _
bus and the westbound in the
Paint New Roof
--- evening.
The bus east to Jacksonville
(LABOR AND MATERIALS) now is due at Hampton at,11:12
a. m. approximately an hour later k* *. .,
than the old 10:40 schedule. ; j 'g /
At night the westbound to Gain- -

esville goes "through Hampton at *&s

FREE ESTIMATES time.6:55: p. m.. earlier than the 7:20: I: I

YWA Elects Officers
Nine were present for the reorganization -
CALL OR WRITE
meeting of YWA'sof \ : I
4LJV
Baptist Church on -
Hampton
DAY OR NIGHT Monday evening April 7, at the

home of Mrs. M. P. Miner leader. .
tautiuu mat t ccL 4I unt G4wro4 toatim.
45 OR 333 Nell Williams was elected presi- I
dent of the group; Brenda Lott GLAZED,HAM AND YAMS. Spread canned ham ,

vice president: secretarytreasurer with orange jnarmalade,.stud with cloves bake V
Amelia Williams: and pro- until glazed. t canned yams in same pan baste I
gram chairman Alethia Williams. with drippings. With this, Vthirsty"- dish you'll l.
Mrs. Bob Faile is assistant leader. want ice-cold Coca-Cola. Coke has the clean sparkling i' ii

STARKE BUILDERS Skating. Party Enjoyed : taste that.livens up every bite of food. / _,". .

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Twenty-five junior boys 'and< : '
girls from the Sunday School and ., '
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INCa Training Union classes of Hamp- :-.' ,, ., .-' ;'...... ", .},- .. :-;"
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SUPPLIES ton Baptist Church were treatedto '1 :}tt'; :''p' ;\:-::_; d.t .>. : <, :" .: : '-

a roller skating party and pic- {-.r"".:!. ''H J.itf': '. ., ;: 0 ; :
nic at Lake Butler Saturday, April i'
After 5 P.M. Call Eston,Jordan -340-W 12.The < t
awarded to those
party was
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f ;.
, to TASTE
: GOOD
who had participated s- SIGN OF
AT S.A.L DEPOT STARKE, FLA. in a sunday : REGULAR KING
night pastor's club. Chaperonesfor \

the group were Pastor and Eorfsd,_UPT at'!o'ty of The Coca-Cola Company by STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
-- ---- Mrs. Marvin Faile, Mrs Charles

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tfffVfWf?V*Vf VVY WTY1 Church at 11 a. m., Training Un-I Sunday were Miss Beity J erie fashville, Ga,Mr, and Mrs. W.. E.Jjgham .1 1Mrs. ises in Starke Sunday.Mr Saturday. Froglia of High Springs Mrs. Mrs. Rosie Pinholster, Hilda Kar-
ion at 7 p. m. and Evening Ser: Jenkins and Linda"Gayte Mc Ra Jrr and children, Mr.. and :.:1. and Mrs, Carl Thomas 'ofGainesville. James Harrell! of Stetson University Gerald Dukes of Lake Butler, little, I rell and Nancy Green all of I
RISING vice at 8 p. m. Also Mid-Week Rcnald Brown visited/ friends Lloyd Wood and son and Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. visited his parents the J. Billy Bigham Mrs. James Temple,1 Brooker. All visitors are welcome.
Prayer Meeting. If you cannot go and relatives during the weeiend.. and"UrsT_.Wilson Green and children I.Tim Thomas Friday night C. Harrells recently.
to your own church we welcomeyou James O'Brien'as the Sunday enjoyed a ''picnic at. the J. W.. Hines. of Pensacola: was Mrs. Frank Tinney visited Mrs. Shore the Profits in Starke
I 87 Mn.< Gordon. Jonec at ours. guest of Elwood, Kenneth and Lake Butler. lake side park Sunday the; weekend guest of his parents R..K. Dukes in Lake Butler Wednesday -
6AAAA .AiA.AAAAAIAAAA Don't forget our church: ser Cecil_ Padge.lt. ,_ afternoon: the. D, A. Hines., 1 1 f
vices. Miss Catherine Padgett was '<<':Harold! and'Uoycl King,Barbara 'Jo Ann Thomas of Jacksonvillewas Flower Show At Brooker
L Mrs. Minnie Phillips' of Lake taken ill with the measles last Sue and Dickie Davis and Mr. and the weekend guest. of her The Brooker Garden Club is
City retul'i1ed.ti0iDe last Saturday .............. ...Y... Friday at school but is up and about Mrs. G. V{. Davis enjoyed the;boat father Mr. Troy Thomas. presenting "Flowers and your En- \\M1' ,w df
kf ter spending two weeks with Mr. already.We show*at take_ Butler. Sunday. __Mr..Raude Crews and Mr. and semble" at the Brooker School
tod Mrs. Lewis Crawford. GRffFIS LOOPBy have a change in our regular I afternoon n! Mrs Aubrey Hagen and sons visit Auditorium 6n Sunday April 20
MR and Mrs. Gordon Jones and Training Union. It will begin Mrs Margaret; Spans who ,is ed .Mr., Hazen's mother In Ocala at ::15 p. m. o
daughter, .Carolyn visited the. E.! at 7 instead of 6:30 p. m. Sunday seriously ill was"mttted to'the; I Sunday.and.reported Mrs. Hazenis Mrs. E. Kleimnan is staging the
J. Maanl family of Starke Sunday Miss Cathrine PadgettTYTTYYYYYYYYTYYTTTYYYYT School is at 10 a. m., Prayer Ser the'." Butler. Hospital Sunday I not improving. program and the club membersare FRIDAY, SATURDAY APRIL 18,19
evening.; 1 vice on Wednesday evening at morning. Mrs Aubrey: Hazen visited Mr. fashioning' the flowers to be
Mrs>j6afly! } Crawford and Mrs. 7:30: p. m. Mr.T. B.Edwards: is much better and Mrs. Jack Thomas arid Mr. modeled by some of our neighboring SHOPPORTUNITY SPECIALS IPHILCO
Eddie Norman enjoyed fishing Mr. Albert Griffis and sen, and their
a members
tt this writing and was visited and Mrs Lee Green in Gainesville club
trip- at Lochloosa last Tuesday. Doyce visited relatives and friends .. by Mr. and Mrs C.W.Edwardsof Thursday. daughters, namely: the Misses Lu PORTABLE TV
Mrs. Myrtle Barnes celebrated: In Lake Butler on Sunday'after- Bradenton. s. I. Edwards of Mr; Aubrey Hazen and sonsvisited Anne Thomas of Starke, Sandra
her birthday Sunday.. A large noon. IROOKERBy I I Hazens of Lake Butler, Frances
Tampa, Mr.- and Mrs. Hulfiert the.M.!. in Starke Cowen
cumber of guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Griffis ,and -- -
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Crautt of Tullalioma, Term and --- ---- --
blra We wish days.her many more happy family and visited son-in-law their, Mr.granddaughter and Mrs.- Barbara Sue Davis t J. E. Edwards, of ,,Ralford ,Saturday THE SOUTH'S MOST FAMOUS PAINT.

'. Miss Dorothy Newmans celebrated Don Curtis in Charleston. S. C. &&&&A&AA &A&aa&&Aaj.; night: J"
Those visiting Mr. Edwards
her 15th.birthday ,Satur over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. P. D. Reddish, Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Fred 'only t 4.98 per- gal.EVERY 'FREE
day. About 40 of her friends en- and Mrs.: Lloyd Padgett had Jimmy, John'and Arthur ReddisH i cDivid T of Pompano, Mrs.,T: H. ,
Joyed the occasion with her. Doro- as Sunday guests. Rev, and.Mrs.Il \ up = GAL.,
night '
I of Starke were the Saturday; Waters:, Mr and Mrs.'Alien:'Dou-
thy received many gifts. Il i Orville Brookins of Hamptoru. dinner guests of the Warren Mi- las., Mr. and Mrs.; R.;T. Taylor, MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
Church News Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orville zelle family Mr.. ana Mrs"RaymondBrown
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I Let's remember our Homecoming Brookins and family this weekendwere Linda Williams was the Sunday oLN.W :
I and Mrs. Bonnie Taylor all of ... ..8tliAve... GainesVille' FR 6-7588
May 4 at Bayless Highway Mr. and ,Mrs. E. W. Hodge guest of Lucretia Cumbia. WorthlngtonASprlngs, Barry Edwards .-- ,. bL = xxJL
Churcty. Everybody come and Jr. and children of Amerlcus Ga. Mrs. Malcolm Lewis mother; "and" sister Georgia of Gain- -.. ..
bring.a picnic basket. Let's all I I While here they visited' his sister Mrs. Crowl of Largo visited the estffle. Mrs. Rabbit of Mississippi!: f. I, I. i ia
have a wonderful,time. Everybody Lavonia who is in the hospital in Malcclm Lewis family for a few and Mrs. Virginia Sylbla and % rjti
is invited I Jacksonville 44 II

1 Sunday _jSchool! L 8tJO a., .m.,, Visiting Miss .Faye.Johnson, days.Mr.I and Mrs. R. A. Guest;' Of Authur Mr. and Edwards Mrs. Paul Keystone.Emory and TOWN FINANCE F COMPANY ,: -_ '_ -

&OA. of Palatka were the'weekend
guests of.Mrs. Eva Harrell. 114 West Call St Phone 544
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowells enjoyed I $. I-__
"!barbecue e'"ui; aft of their I : '
children and grandchildren at the. Now Making _

(elb; home,Saturday; night. LOANS TO ALL PERSONS aft p"
Cherrie Elzy'who'has_,.bees attending .'- .
Kansas!' State UniversitynffOJM Regularly Employed Without Co-Signers Z rpl '
,r a F'Aq(6'oL
'-.- ..- is Onr d Wrier Parentsthe ,
21" R.C.A. VICTOR L. R. Elzeys. LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS Ft- k4
Mrs.,T. W. Markey and Mrs. J.
COMPATIBLE K. Douglas visited Mrs.Tim Rod- $25.00 TO. $600.00 9
COLOR
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gers who Is a patient in the Gain REG.
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254 SQ. INCH VIEWABLE PICTURECOMPLETE esville hospital Friday afternoon. LOANS OF ALL TYPES PRICE
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere
the luncheon guests of the Personal, Furniture, Auto,.Real Estate
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*** ,,; $179.95
-T-Ta Tt1I R. K. Dukes family in Lake But-

ler Sunday. GOOD PURPOSES
LOANS FOR ALL (
Freddie Clark of Lake City. ts 95
Consolidate Bills Reduce Medical Shopportunity I fl
building a six room house at the Payments, Taxes,
ite of the old home which was Refinancing, Emergencies, Etc.
destroyed by fire a few years ago Special; -- Only JJJ *
here In Brooker. LOANS TO SUIT BUDGETS
Mr: and Mrs. Julian Green and
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Small Ta 24 Months U --
Monthly Payments Up -o--
son of Jacksonville were the week .
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nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Green. LOANS ARE OUR BUSINESS PHILCO PORTABLE RADIO
Mrs. Dave Green returned home
We're Here To Serve You Regardless of Who Yon Owe
after a few days visit with the ._ _.
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Alex Williams family in Jackson Electric or Battery 95
See Us For Prompt Efficient and'J' Courteous Service For
tN I vi le. < S Regular 39.95Complete .
Mr. Maston Haze of Gainesville All Your Money Needs,-, 2

a..' visited friends here last Tuesday. ,. ,;< ,... '. e with *
: vx aka': Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas Battery
and Mr.: and'Mrs., Pete Douglas TOWN FINANCE COMPANYAT
i rf North Carolina visited Mrs. J.
Plus Sales Tax
,
K. Douglas recently. STARKE
Mike Pat and Tony Castlin of
Y e'' wok Aubumdale visited 'their grand- (Across Sreet From Olen's Dept. Store) C. H. NASWORTHY Philco Dealer
parents over the Easter holidays.Mrs. .
144 W. Call St. Phone 544
WITH ANTENNA INSTALLED .. ,.. C. L. Atkinson visited Mrs. 310: E. Call St, Starke, Fla.DON'T' .
Joyce Castlln and'son:W Auburn-. --
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Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and r :
To Be Given Away Saturday, June 14, 1958 7:30 P.M. sons attended the' Church of '

NO PURCHASE NECESSARYIMPERIAL Christ in Gainesville last- Friday
night. BE MISLED
Mrs. Vera Fouler Mrs. Ned
SERVICE Hicks Mrs. Rosie Pinholster and
Mrs. Mildred Dukes visited Mrs.
STATIONSTARKE. Tim Rodgers in Gainesville hos-
pital Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Stokes and BY STORIESBY
RUMORS AND SCARE
1575 N. TEMPLE AVE. U. S. 301 FLA. Mrs.vices Mattie at Pleasant Sowells Grove attended Church ser-

In Baker County Sunday.. _
Mrs. Bedla ConHey of Tallahassee
and Mrs. Mattie Sowells attended
-nap Pi '
,the cemetery working at
\ o, s Elzey Chapel Friday.Mr. .
,. .1). ."\Y.ft. and Mrs. Sunny Dukes and

house r r ) \ : ll tM Ernest children'MrS. 'Busses of Doable Lake Friday Butler Prescott, visited Mr.the "Prophets of Gloom & Doom': J

t ttlt .- i Claude Prescott and children
visited Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
._. Bazarr in Jacksonville Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Dock Waters of

.. Gainesville visited the Calvin .

Johnson. Jean famllJ'Sunday.Mrs. Bloodsworth. and CIRCULATED BY THOSE WHO ARE MORE CONCERNED NTH_ -

Mrs. Louise Rainey of Lake But- .
ler and Mrs. Calvin Johnson left '
Monday morning to visit Mr. Os- THEIR POCKETBOOKS THAN CHILDREN
car'Waters who Is seriously i 01 in
the hospital in Lakeland.Mr. .
;i ; and Mrs, Hershell Layfield
and daughter of Gainesville visit-
ed Mrs. Noon Mott Sunday after-

noon.Mrs.. Fella Moore. Buford Moore Get The ACTS !

and Mr.,and Mrs. J. R. Mott and
sons enjoyed the air show in Gainesville -
Sunday aternoon and visit-
ed Mrs. Doris Layfield and Mrs. .

: t rao t a ors t ,'xsYn fhc Jack Nell Simmons.Oliver of St. Augustine CHECK CITIZENS'' COMMITTEE REPORT --SEA STATE SURVEY
$A
C A + Qi visited Mrs. Amanda Lewis for

lac several Mr. and days Mrs.last Willie week. Short of REPORT -- READ SCHOOL BOARD R PO TS'DON'T

Gainesville visited the Amanda
Lewis family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes
and children of ,Alachua visited
:L.with fUL the H. E. Stokes family Sunday.
JUlSE'OWERworkl! Mrs. Viola GOlis has returned BE FOOLED!

home after visiting her daughterat ,
Lake Harlow for several
What's the HOUSEPOWER picture.In.your home? It's pretty While Mrs.; Gillis was there weeks.she

.: negative if you've been developing blown fuses,overloaded circuits, visited the old U. S. sugar mill

and poor'performance from appliances! Fun!HOUSEPOWER, of Mr.Winter' J. W.Garden Thomas visited and children friends THE ONLY tfAY I TO OBTAIN' THESE DESPERATELY NEEDED

here last week.
means adequate wiring. with.large enough:wire, and ample Wayne and Juanita Stanakerof FACILITIES IS TO

circuits,outlets and switches-to,give your home all the power .Starke were the Sunday guestsof V V.,
Ronnie and Linda Thomas.Mr. '
you need for modem electrical living..Remember, happier Florida and Mrs. Clarence Thomasof '. -i
,Gainesville visited his parents. Vote FOR .:

: ....'.- living starts with full housepower*4! .'J the night.Benny Thomases Friday :

LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY. with ,FULL HOUSEPOWER Those attending the Thomas '
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Merchant wedding from
out of SCHOOL BOND 1 ISSUE
It's Dot too late to enter the 100.000 National-Housepower' Contest," town were: Mr. and Mrs. James The
with the chance of winning the J5000 grand prize!Entry blanks available ? Thomas of Foley, Ala.; Mr. and
at any participating electric appliance dealer electrical contractor Mrs. D. M. Starling Jr. and family -

your Florida.Power A Light,Company office Contest ends April,'30.'..,- : Mr.,and Mrs. Ray Wilson of SATURDAY APRIL 19 t958'
Jacksonville: J. M. Hines of Pen- ,
sacola: Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wat-

".' ..i* --n IMNT ;"ANY Q: sonville.ers and Rebecca Thomas of Jack- (CITIZENS COUNCIL FOR. BETTER SCHOOLS) -

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Mr. and' Mrs Bishop' glossas
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FRIDAY.! APRIL 17. 1958. -. ,.. BRADFQBDjCXHNTir. TLL.: :CfAPf..
u -.ui v s...+.. .. t.e ...__ _._... --
t .y.yyy..yy... Mary, spent Saturday night with I cur -sick! 'i in the; ,communityhospitals. :anti [Is Is'batsta'ncilHg Iiih -iffifu:1i: V-ork: I_Sipt.; Saul Hankerson was: in choir ages tanging 'fttho eleven

LONG :BRIDGE the Ralph Merritts,,-and attended, Tins is your first duty, and is a' noted singer.and pianist): charge wilt classes taught by Mrs.VJhaJdalene !tar: up. v :
.t '. ,church at Long Bridge Sunday. in mission work. Sis. Gladys Blye.i 1 j ao well., Evening. worship at 7 p.I .t chandler and Lena Parents are asked lo/Verid t. : their
: AND NEW iflVERSirs. Mr.and Mrs Donald Dukes of reporter. .. ,1 1l l I In. Starting at '8 p. in you. win Tiinfers. I children to rehearsal bach Saturday
CHURCH ,
NEWS Jacksonville spent last weekend Pleasant Grove Methodist_ Church I I hear the sensational :Gospel Echoes The review was very effectively at 5 p. m. at the church. ThC

. .'E. A. Sapp with Mr.and Mrs. Fernie" Moody Pleasant 'Grove Methodist J I who have made themselvesi given; by Deacon Carleswell of would like to appear as special
A i 4.1..# Mrs. Marie Banks-was-in Gain- Church: Re. Blount pastor will i famous Georgia .and :Antioch Baptist Church singers during the dedication! of
l. esville last Tuesday visiting her "hold ''annual Florida with their beautiful sing the Youth
the
... Youth Day The morning sermon delivered Building and layingof
-- We had our regular Church t' friend Miss Vashti Hague. l ing. You..have-heard the rest now was
'Obse1"-1
vance on Sunday April 'by Rev Arnold. Vice- the cornerstone, by.the-Milsons
vices at Long Bridge Sunday 'Wedding bells rang' out 'Satur .hear the best. These sensational '
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At The TabernacleDr. This Friday there will be a hay- Flossie 'Lee' Dell is' Youth : Moderator of the Mt. Staia Missionary Regular music wi l'be furnishid
,. ride i for the Intermediate MYF morning. We were''glad to have day night when Mrs. Flora Belle dent and will have charge "of the I Iprogi i Spiritual Echoes. There willbe Baptist Association. He
by Choir No. I under the directio'nof
Bro. Rigby's mother and father Nettles of> our "community mar :,no charge for but bring
Harry F, McGee and wife I and reservations required. m. Sunday School 'will begin -j. .- admission delivered''wonderful Sister PresidentS.
message oj Lottie
with us from Illinois. ried Bill Rivers of Starke. '0UrI ,along a large piece of silver Mae English.
expected to Each Sunday during morning, at 10 m. '
are arrive this,week a.;. .Morning. worship Paul remembering and service. W. Hankers urges all 'cKcftr
Mr. and '
end 'in time for worship a nursery is for Mrs. Everett Lane and very best wishes .to them.iiiGlliA'Ni. at 11' At 2 : 'specialprogram Belle Dell reporter. :
: Sunday services ,open their three I I a.,m. p. m. a New Bethel l'Baptist Church Evening Sermon by "Rev. Lyon of members to attend rehearsal 1 so
at the Gospel Tabernacle. This those with small children, and "a children, _from St. will be held featuring the Detroit Mich. All day music was that 'good music will be 'a 'part of
guest speaker will be remembered Junior Church for ages'6 to 12 has Petersburg spent from Friday until TTTTTTYT.TTTTTyTTTTTTTT. Youth Directors from Boylan- New Bethel Baptist-Church Rev.A. furnished by a group of junior the cornerstone pnogtaii "bri the

as bringing marvelous pro been organized for 'older children.I PYonfe Sunday evening with' Mrs. Haven School of Jacksonville. Mrs. Vinson pastor held regular sei-: members of the church under the Fourth Sunday afternoon. We 're-,
phetic messages while here last Services of morning worship are Visiting Moody. l >) Evan M.Hurley wfll be the guest ':vices on Sunday in 'spite 'of the : direction cf Sister Ozora Shell. Bret 'the illness bf Sister Alberta
September. broadcast over Station WRGR !Merritt Mr. and "Mrs. Ralph speaker: Sheds the wife of District fact that many members attended Amandalene Chandler has been I Albright and 'pray for her recov.
Dr. McGee was a former Bible from 11:30: to 12.each Sunday. I Saturday were Mr. and TFJy 3Iri. 'Iiu J 'Norniaa Superintendent E. M. Hurley. She the convention"Dayfona Beach. named president of this junior I ery. Joan Jenkins reporter...
Mrs. 'Alfred .. .
Boone arid .
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teacher in the Florida Bible Institute Everyone is extended'a cordial ; Mr. 'and, r - -- ,
Tampa '(now Trinity' Bible welcome to worship with us. Mrs.Lac'ey Keene 'of' Glen St.; -. A. .' ....I A ...&.'. .. &&, :
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College. Clearwater 1 while Billy Mr. and Mrs M. L. Thompson J <
The R.
V.
Turners of Ocala
Graham attending school
was
Presbyterian Church o'f
Jacksonville visited friends
"all 'of .and
there. He was.an Army chaplain spent last week 'With "Mr. I
in World War II'and was -wounded I Friday Adult Choir practice; and Mrs: li'ronle Crews. relatives here. ;
five times while serving. His 7:30: p. m.Sunday 'Miss"Pearl Lavender 'celebratedher 'Claude Rowe and father. Uncle

I recent missionary .experiences, in. Church School for 16th birthday Saturday witha Sunday Ben visited afternoon.Mrs. the Lacey. Normans Vote Against Bond I Issue: I
Mexico will be of added interest. all ages. 9:45: 'a: m. Morning Wor- party..A crowd of young folks
A cordial Invitation is extendedto ship "Self Containment," 11 a. enjoyed playing games. Refresh- Sarah Norman and Zettie
the public to hear these messages m. Youth Fellowship., 6 p. m. ments were served. Pearl received Padgett were in Baldwin Wednes- ya
Evening Worship, "Out From many pretty gifts. day afternoon. '
I Antioch," 7:30': p. fa. .r "'Lr. end Mrs. 'Meadows, Anderson .The does from here attending
Women of the "'and Children of Delarid! 'wefe the Union .
Tuesday me
Methodist Church tingFriday. were:
'I.H, ',:""' fe I II Cnurctf, 8 p, m. R'htltsdiy'Junior'Clloir weekend guests of Mrs' ,1m11Y: Albert ,: 'orman'Zettieaidgett; ,
Sunday Church School,,945' practice -' Moody arid Minnie Gibson. and .Rev. George Chism. '" ." .

I a. m. Morning Worship. >lT a. m. 3:30: p. m. Starke Social,I last Donald Saturday Aiikthg dinner of ,guest Dundee of ns Mr. Billy Marr and gifI 1iiend, feiie* Vot t.e NO" April I 19th

I 1 Business Dine-A-Mite meeting for MYF and, 6:15 fellowshipfor : p. m. p.Club.m.Lutheran. St. Mark's parish haUl 7:30: and Easter Mrs. Sunday Albert" Moody visitors of Mr. the Edwards Lacey of Normans south Florida Saturday visited .. : :

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Seniors and Intermediates tit, and Mrfc. Troy DUkes were Mrs. Mrs. Floyd Norman and Evelyn!
I MYF 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship Service Mable Lon, 'Bilf"Dukes and Mrs. Mosely of Jacksonville spent the
7:30: p. m. Fireside gathering at .. '11. T_ I Mary dukes,.till trf 'Jacksonville.Frankfcla& weekend here with,the L. M. Nor 1

T.Wednesday T. Long home- Children's 8:30: p. m.Stdry, > -He1giaarv 122. t.1em Washington M discharge the '}'(avy and is Janie Marr Youngston and DMEOW ff
3:30 afternoon at 2:30
Hour Sunday
: p. m. Prayer Meeting. every : .
of Charlotte
home with his parents, the Blacksat son N. C. spent several ij '
i 7:30 ... School and Confirmation -
: p. m.1y'ANTED oclock; Sunday Moody's Trailer Court. days here. with friends and 1 r
Clean Cotton classes at 3 o lock. Mrs. Jessie Lazenby of Homestead relatives.: "
Raga.
G. I ?ROTE T YOUR IIOE BY T
The Rev. Myron Mader pastor YOUNG
No Pants, No Shirts, Must Be of The First Lutheran Churchof spent last weekend'with"her Mr: and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and I
Clean. Bradford County. Tele mother, Mrs. Rhoda Dowlihg. children Green 'Cove Springs
will conduct the -:
l graph.: Ocala Mr; and Mrs. Ralph Merritt visiteii trie Lacey'Normans Satur I '
I 1 services. visited Mrs. Merritt's folks, the I 4
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4 Richard Jones of Glen St. Mary, day.Rev.. George Chism and Mrs. .8 Our nation, state, county and our.people are We have one of the highest millages
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Sunday) afternoon. .
I I Chism .of the f"
visited
Madison131P11St iuitdi Mr. and Mrs. Jonnie Andrewsf Lacey Normans Moniac9a.Sunday afternoon., .. !,in" .the midst,' of 'a' most.. serious, financial depression in the state. The City of Starke', 15, ; "
Midway came to see Mr. and. >
: Y t"' w I Our Revival starts Wednesday and our state has gust suffered the most :
(Presently Meeting/ 'WashineWi."-.1 < l ..awl, ,J .rand... ... ... Jits',) t Mrs.'We"Lester regl''Johns!'o have Monday.Mrs. Annie5tfteid'back I:' night, -April 16. Ccme and bring county millage in the -take district '
: : 0<- # some one with you. The preacheris severe freezes that it has had for one or two 36.75 makln total in 'Starke today
Sunday i$chopl =' 9:45: &.M. < home again after I''I from Woodstock Baptist ; 'I

Morning Worship' '-llifOt) AVM.Evening"Worship :.. -r ',\ 1r, :her'iHnw-of-Hear1: that -mory Johns weeks.is now Chur hj. "' > '. generations. Fruits, vegetables, general crops eel l estate tax of 51.75' mills.. 'Our- ;assessments I

: '';"I";;' :L., :30 P.M. ;.V4'' >attfnt.tft Starke Hospital. We Ellen Norman returned Monday destroyed; packinghouses shut 'down, fruit already compare well with '
fr tri D ttcr's Hospital "Jack
1'alnfnr'Union) ;;.- "6:15P.M.: wish hfm Speedy recovery. sonville 'tfter treatment'? and x-" \trucks idle thrown that in other 'I
'! -' "" We welcome new neiQhbors.1r. employees Out of work and counties in the state.. Itis
,; jVnrety Opeh'for', AH Sen'ices't't qndIrs: Ted Hill from Lake rays for several days, She.:'Is' your. ,, .. 4. vfili4 V t
WEDNESDAY, .PftAVj. ''rIM 7:30 P.M.y ity'fThev are h'ving at the Moody correspondent. rt i'he'i income of the people of the state, thousands .among the highest. Further raising: I I II

P. T. Nolin, Supt.. .S.S.'j i't'i \ ,'t,f R.9.'t) r.-"bansby, Dir. T.U..ti Trailer Miss Saddra CoUrt Keene of Glen St. School.Don't forget church' and Sunday" I of them, drastically educed or stopped entirely. "of f:tax on \this property. may .sell, it 'to i

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& l.y}{. Mabry' ; rC ras'fori fVTTTTYY'TYVTTYTTTYTffTTfVfVfYVfyyfYTYVTVVTTVTVffYNEWS The depression and this freeze cut off a large the ,highest bidder. The Governor
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._- 'OF INTEREST TO COLORED per cent- of our tourist business as the people has threatened to compel tax assessors

CITIZENS, OF ',BRADFORD COUNTY : I could not and di'd not come. Our hotels and motels to'. '$s@s.s'' property at 100 cents on the

FIRST ,Jjf ST i Chur ,hStaike By Ozora J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAA .eating places and other public' accommodation dollar and this includes homes. To increase i i
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wIs D...,'1a1ne ;Pastor" places cu't 'down to an amount less than they our millage from 51.75 to

I ,Jefferson 'and Court, ,Streets. -.In, the .Heart. .of, Town Attending: Grand Lodge Shell asks all members to attend 56.75 .... 5 mills to off the .
have had for Gasoline tax pay proposed
Attending the annual sessions the meeting on May 4at which f many, many years. ,
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Phones. : f{.ice_ ,231,- jPastbrhim. # '... .130", -the"TJelnIeriem "Grand Chapter, time she will hold the.gavel for I revenues have been seriously decreased funds bond, undoubtedly will compelraising
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*' Order' of Eastern Star now in the last time. Plans must be completed '
SUNDAY -11:00.A.M 7:30 P.M. session at the Masonic Temple in for the sale of- Poppies. : from the race track coming to counties drastically the value. of homes and 'assessing
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Jacksonville Worthy .Matron Each member is asked to give full
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. are I : them and compel the home owners
JanieSMtichell_ of Lincoln City 'supportWe are also making a reduced, and sales tax receipts much smaller. .
and Dell last call for fhe$2.00. rl1fe1 ib r ,. ,. .
Worthy Patron Damon :
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. ; to pay taxes. on't h em. Many of
i of Reno. They will represent Dell donation for EcclestonCallahaa : The decreases in state revenues over the past youjjionie I
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Chapter 168 of Starke and will Cripple' Children's home. .Please: owners" have received throughthe
. ,: few tweeki ,: _
receive significant'degrees'at this send'your 'money to the..president have been so great until the state '
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AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH ; <..z 1 mail and otherwise figures indicating I
meeting; Also In attendance from : r ,
comptroller has warned against spending andWvrf
Ruth Court 18'of the Heroines of ; I
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Jericho is Most Ancient Matron I porter.' :
I :that''
stated existing state building plans must .
... Sophia M; 'RoyaL Rev. Damon Church News'Ebenezer -T--} I

Hear This.Sermon. by Pastor 8 P.M.-. On .A.Subject ,.. : Dell'is also Worshipful Master forthe ', Baptist Church I i .be,_ cut, by perhaps one-half. If your home is assessed at $10,000 .
J Morning Star Lodge'26 of the ;Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. Vt r 1
of Vital Concern to Everyone: : {i Free. and Accepted Masons: He Robinson pastor. will hold regular I with $5,000 exemption for homesteads -
will represent both groups at this I. service all day Sunday starting This means the amount coming back to our
session of the Grand Lodge. with Sunday ,School' 10 a. 'm. 7 1 : the 5 mill levy will make you
from sales sales
county gasoline auto tag sales
\m m( JJE( SFirsEt'aptistCjrnchllaiupton Condition Serious Supt.Henry Bryant in charge. We : t J pay $2'5 additional 'In. taxes. But stop
According to a recent reportfrom regret the illness and hospitafization tax sales, race track income, and many other '
the Bradford County hospital of Sister' Annette- BrYant ,} I to think what your total I tax bill would
Alberta,Albright is still very Phillips. :She 'is ;'doing'nicely_ at sources have already been cut. It means that ,
; seriously ffl. Dr. Felos, attending I the Bradford County/Hospital and"t L :'*. i I. be. With $S,000 non-exempt you
physician, notified neighbors to is expected to return;home'soon.All even existing budgets in the counties must be --- +
have :her Immediate kin come'at members of the:-choir are'asked ':*"*.! would pay 5,000 times 56.75 mills-one. I 'I
once... Mrs Jessie, Mae' McCollum I[ to be'in'place on Sunday momi reifaced and in all probability our county, city, i
A.M. B.T.U. 7 P3I."Hampton l. 4 ,
School
i Sunday JO. t I rehearsal' 'will beheld ,tftI' t : i $283.75 on thh orne in Starke, Flori I
daughter arrived from 'Atlantic ing. A special '
state employees and even school teachers will : ,
<< ,Happy, Hour" -Wed.. ,.8:.P.M.. City late Sunday night and has I with oUr pianist,,Mrs;Martin .. t ; i d a. : :V'' ,
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j f -*,? > tiji'llolding remained at- her bedside without I immediately after morning' .Ser; ,suffer in salaries. 'The'r market{ 'for bonds in our t '" ,.
recognition. She is 'a' member' I I II vice.,Plans win also be continued '

Forth-- .-the""Word" -- .of.Life"... -. j Second_ ,'rBaptist! :"thurch", Rev_t. for the.organization of' the 'choir j state4 now is low. We believe that u;turnpike If your home is valued at $6,000; I
S. Coles pastor and is presidentof r unfdn. 'Sist 'r 'RaHfen"'Eh'glish; ; >al *- !" I
Marvin E. Faile Pastor
I Senior Usher Boardof( that l porter.. 4 -bonds- not even been sold. We have no assurance then you. would' pay. on $1,000, which
t church*. She expects her brother Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church # r.
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McMillan to arrive this morning I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church; that this_ school I bond Qfi be- )justifiably $56.75 per y ar.

f [Tuesday] by plane via Jackson .Rev. L. A. Sampson- pastor will sold if it is voted. The county' may even be _
ville. Sister Albright is a faithful have regular pastoral day starting I'f' $1-0 000 above "
you pay on I
i member "of' New Bethel __ Baptist with Sunday School at 10.a. m. forced to pay as_ high as ten per cent! on such your
Church and! a' member f' choirno. Supt. Irene Thomas in charge: : \ exempted $5,000 then you would'payon I
I,, deaconess' and member. of We are always Happy to have our ; bonds if 'ftiey shtfiifd beoYB. 'i.f ydr School Board I
REVIVAL 'the' tm1Jlr: School"All: friends former Supt., -Broi Homer Williams ,,: your.home in Starke $S67.50. 1
and neighbors share the sorrow of with us who now works in its ifreadypaying oh \)n haIf'mSlKmr dollars bond I

the family at this time. We hope Cocoa. Morning. worship will be*. issue for buiHing. 'The state will give us funds Our present school_budget for thisjtear'fe I
at 3
she will recover.Grandmother gin promptly at 11 .a. m. p. -.

Passes In N. C. m."A. O'fi."League; 'Fannie Bell I;i iFn.oo. .to build School. I'.class I TjooWisJshouTd.'.th_t. be need- about. 1083095.. Dots"' u :
The grandmother of :Mrs. Queen president 'in cl rge. All t > ;" 4. : 'fl.
Esther Green: and Margaret DeSue_ 'young iTj>eole-'aJe Urged'to ;attend: II ,ed., We; can get along with: pt extraordinary think. this is enough? This 'is a bad I

I STAFFING .WEDNESDAY AflRIL 16 of StarK'edied. recently- in SaH-': A Very sptcey.-program.;is-always I Iplani1 *..? :time to add an' additional I ,$4-S"01,000
bury K CyBothteft -Tuesday &'A( 4 p. m. the Missionary I faohileslike.. auditoriums at this time. Our "f !I
t 't \ ) 6 a. m.' for the funeral, accompanied teeetmg will be held at the I bond debt on our people I for perhaps r I
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;A tb b their children, Linda home of Sister N. L. Pullum.. 917 school) population. may not increase in many '
Michael and A !:thot y. We ihope Brownlee St. President Givens : our grandchildren to pay off as a taxoh I
I t A large number of local have '
they will!have a Safe trip:and return asks aU, members to attend We years. .:our people their homes !
: to Starke sOon. : expect our; pastor to be with us: recently been ,furloiigned J their :: I
from employment
<rHlAtID CariUtfoi Club At 6 p. 'm: the 'evening Worship ) I
I \ The Carnation Club will bold will begin. Sennorrwm be deliver. on"th"'In'y. ;';"g project and other fields. Many This bond- issue IS not, essential" % for I
regular! 'meeting on-Monday night. ed by the i>aStor music undEr the the actual education of our children.
at 8 p. to; All'members Iri-e 'asked direction of Sister N. L Pullum. of thesefamilies .1.may have to move away to .' 'l' I,
'kRiIsT CHYRCH St t to ttehd. Saturday 'April i 12 was Sis. E:'J. Givens, reporter J- 1 As tax payers and many y of our school I
hunt employment.It .
the birthday of Queen Esther Bethlehem Fre will BaptistChurch, ,
Green. Birthday party will be held Bethlehem Freewill- Baptist 1 f patrons and all qt'uVfcome: .ownn'rsIn W e I

later with other members. Please Church."'"Rev. L. McKay, pasto$ .Starke ihere are a large number of va homes !
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Services Eachj:Evening ,8 PM. come prepared to complete plans held Union Fellowship meeting on ("' urge you to protect t our r .: fc ana-.A ;
1 for our eighth anniversary at RJE last Sunday at 3:30: with Elder cant traildirtgs and vacant homes for rent. Our I
next month. Mrs, Pauline Marshall Sampson White 'm "charge. The 4 u : afe 1 VOTE AGAINST THIS Nb IS* I

REV. 0.E. BOALS Is'chairman'of the program. church was filled to capacity and people in Bradford. (. ttotmty now taxed to the I

t ; Mrs.. Coreali McNeil, president, R. the spirit of_ God was with us.. i 1 "limit. All.manner.: > I of- -:"taxes "including, real estate .SUE ON SATURDAY', APRILI, If t 1 I

Of Woodstock Park Church, Jacksonville B. Cohen, reporter. Everyone present enjoyed the: I .. -' I,
American Legion Auxiliary service. At 7 p. m. the Home Mission 1958. !
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taxes
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Delegates for the Constitutional Department I II
.I : .EVWifiELlSTWINFREDt Conference are Mesdames It M: Study from -Acts 2nd .Chapter.
i I Royal and Pauline Marshall. Mrs. EmphasiS waS placed on.:.being'in I

WILKINSON Leader Royal is president-elect' of Unit one' accord through Christ Jesus. -.S tHPME !t/NERS/ ND TAX PAYERS '
Song 1 314. Starke and Mrs.; Marshall is The I Can Circle will met at the :
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REV. G. w. tHISM Pastor past-president and .recently' reelected home Sisterr"Prince on theV>ld ',-.. '.Tf .'. '.-.=-....._;....uK." '-, ". ,'' ,1\..' r., I
president of Fourth Divi- Lawtey Road at 7:30: Saturday '. .- "
r sion of the Eleventh District They night. Visitors are always wel- .BY 'I'' STALNAKER ,
Everyone> Cordially! Invited will leave for Lakeland early''Sat' come: Prayer: "meeting each Wed C 5_ Io''s '" I

urday and! will,_be. jn _sessions nes 3Y. Do your:duty as a Chris- .L_ -- jI
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rrvrrrrr.rrrrrnrrrrrrrr daughters. I I and daughter' "Jacksonville, were Wilkersous on Wednesday Wilkerson visited Mr. and Mrs.! George Kersey of Starked Mr.; in Starke. I Mrs. Claude Rowe. Their Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Josie Starling Saturday guests of the D. B. Mrs. D. R. 'Stone and familyof Lacy Griffis in Maxville on Friday and Mrs. Troy Bennett.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Testcn and) guests were Miss Carol Sue.Mar-
LAWTEY and daughter visited Mrs. Jim.Thomas family. They all visited Jacksonville visited the D. A.:' evening. I and Mrs. Nick Pope and family were in Jacksonville on: tin and Billy Marr of Daytona.
Starling in Jacksonville on Sun Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whiteheadand Jones family on Monday. Vernie, Misses Patricia and Judy I daughter of Jacksonville were Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were
Bj. Mrt., Joyce T. YutcltAAAAAAIAAaAalaaAAAAAaaI I daughters at Kingsley. Lake in Louin Redding and daughters Padgett and.John. Starling 'visited wt't'kend'guests of Mrs.. Mattie Mrs. G. W. Teston and son. I Friday luncheon guests of Mr
day.Ned Privett and Irvin Privett the'' afternoon. were;in Jacksonville on 'Saturday, Mrs. Nancy Padgett and Mr. Carter and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T, Titus and family -!and Mrs. Coleman Phillips in
and son of Jacksonville visited Mr and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt for a visit with Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Wesley; Harris in Max- and Mrs. Horace Nettles 'of Gainesville were Sunday Waldo. Danny Phillips spent the
Mrs. O. W. Roberts and Mrs. the Melson Privett family on and' family went to Lake Butler Horace Redding and family. vine on Sunday. and family, and Jimmy Allen of evening guests of Mr and Mrs. R.I weekend with his brother and
Merrill Struth of Starke attended Sunday.Mrs. en Thursday evening to see Mr. David Southerland of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Pick and: Gainesville, visited Mr. and 'Mrs. E. Lee and family. sister-in-law.
funeral services for their aunt, Clyde Hiatt and daugh- and Mrs. Ernest Southerland. ville came to see the Rowell,Pre- family spent Saturday with Mr. Wilmot.Starling and daughter on Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton and' Miss Enza Blanchard was the
Mrs. Dora Minchew in Deland on ters, and Bobby Shannon of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hamiltonof vatt family on Saturday evening. and Mrs. Billy Carter in Jackson Sunday afternoon.Mr. family and Mrs. Selma Eunice!I Sunday overnight guest of Mrs.L. .
Tuesday. Starke visited the Zoo and Imeson Gainesville were Sunday guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier ville.Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and were in Jacksonville to see Mrs. H. Hill in Starke.
Hermie'Kelly was in New Riveron Airport in Jacksonville on Mon Mr. and Mrs H. H. Hamilton.Mrs. and family of Palatka visited their and Mrs. Benton Futch and daughter Mrs. Mattie Carter and Eunice's doctor. Friends of Mrs.I Mrs. C. E. Olson of Jacksonville
Sunday morning to wish his Wilbur Bell of Jacksonville father, Britt Rosier and their family of'Starke were Friday I I family and the G. F. Prevatt fam- Eunice will be glad to learn that spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
mother Mrs. Margaret Kelly a day.Mr.. and Mrs. D G. Wilkersonand visited her mother, Mrs. Susie brother Ray and family on Fri evening dinner guests of Mrs.! ily were amcng those who enjoyeda she received encouraging news Lee Green and daughters. She,
Happy Birthday, Mrs. Kelly was Miss Gloria Anderson hadas Prevatt on Saturday. day.Miss Joyce Futch.,and Ralph. gospel sing and fish fry at Clay from the Doctor's report.C. Mrs. Mary Lock, and Mrs. Green
observing her 86th birthday an- guests during the weekend. Mr. 'Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Greene and! Mary Wilkerson met her Mrs. Ollie Pick was in Lake Hill Baptist Church on Saturday L. Jones of Birmingham. visited an uncle. in Lake City in
niversary.Mr. and Mrs. R J. Cornwall and fam- family spent Friday and Saturday aunt, Mrs.' Lilly Carter of Clay City on Friday for a visit with Mr. evening.Mr. Ala. and E. E. Burney of Jack the afternoon.
and Mrs. Harold Eunice ily of Jacksonville, and Mr. and with Mr; and ,Mrs. R.. M. Hill in Starke on Saturday and and Mrs. :Bud Carter.A and Mrs. Zell Green and sonville called on Mrs. GeorgiaAnn Burnell Wilkison came from Mi
were in Maxville on Sunday for a Mrs. H. R.'Barrett and family of Carver and Mr. and Mrs. Bill went home with her for the week- Miracle ,Cookware Demonstration family of Jacksonville visited the Sapp on Saturday. ami on Friday and carried his
visit with Mrs. Eunice's father, the State Farm. Bond in Live Oak. end.Mr. 'supper was given at the homeof Bill Greens on Sunday afternoon. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr and Mrs. Walter
Jim Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Turner Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and and Mrs, Bill Patrick had Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett on Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brewer and O. J. Anders and Billy were Mr. Wilkison home ,with him for an
Mrs. O. W. Roberts went to and family of Tallahassee spent daughter of _Jacksonville visited as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Friday evening. Those attendingwere family of Keystone ,Heights were and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and I extendedisit.. .
Gainesville on' Friday and broughther the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alice Green and family on .M. ,F. Williams and family of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. family of Jacksonville and James I Be sure to'see the operetta that
grandson Ricky Roberts home M. L. Turner. Saturday.Mrs. Middleburg and Mrs. Lucile Pad- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Ru- J. Crawford and family.Mr. Anders of Palatka.J. !will be presented by the students
with her for the weekend. She Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and James Wilkerson and gett of Doctors Inlet dolph Sapp of Heilbronn. Mr. and and Mrs..Paul Bennett and BJ: Rowe of Jacksonville Is !cf the sixth; seventh and opportunity -
and Mr. Roberts carried him homeon daughters have moved to Starke. family and brother Leo Taylor of Mrs. Florida Wilkerscn, the Mrs. L. C. Smith, Mr and Mrs. daughters spent Sunday with Mr. spending sometime with his son I classes on Friday evening,
Sunday.. Hubert Priest will drive the school Jacksonville 'visited the Andrew Leonard Prevatt family and Lloyd W. M. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.> Geo. Kersey and 'sons and daughter-in-law, Mr. and I April 18, at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Griff. bus which Mrs. Hiatt has been I
and family attended a Youth. driving. The' two younger Hiatt -
Rally at Manntown on Sunday. girls will complete this term of I I
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison school at Lawtey. I
had as Sunday guests Mr. and Miss Betty Crawford of Jack
Mrs. O. B. Wiggins and family, sonville is visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs..Roger Williams, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford.
and Mrs. B, L Wilkison Jr. and Emery Griffis of Starke visitedthe
family Mr.. and Mrs. Donald Wil Crawfords on Sunday.
kison and sons, and Mrs. Lavon Mr. and Mrs Theodore Crews
Napier and daughters all of Jack- and family were Sunday dinner ,
sonville. guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Marklee I. '
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Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kight have Padgett of Clay Hill. .. :..!. ., .
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sold their motel Desert Isle to The CoL Norsworthy family and ..... "-Th' .
Mr. and Mrs. Al Sappenfleld. We Mrs. Mattie Henderson's weekend ."" ,,.n
regret to lose this fine family guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. '/.1. .. .of '
from the community. Cannon and family and Mr. and tJ.' -, 'i 3.yL w 2
Those on the sick list this week Mrs. Raph Smart and daughtersof \, ''
.are Mrs. Wilmot Starling J. E. Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Warren Mrs. Selma Eunice Miss Ruth Barthlow and Mrs. Win A
Jean HIatt, Miss Rose' Mary Effie Mae Green and daughter of
Sheetz and Donna Pick. Middleburg visited Mrs. Mae Wellson APRIL 1

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren Sunday. '
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert 'l ? # 't
and daughter of Jacksonville were
Friday overnight guests of Mr. Priest and family' during the ".,.. l
Warren, they weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .' i '
and Mrs. J. E. as
Williams and Donnie and Mr. t iy., }
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were enroute to visit Mrs. War- ValuablePrize 1 I' .'
Summerlin and
ren's parents in Stuart. and Mrs. Geo. IX ,
Joe of Lake City. Little Lamar '*'
Dewey Price of Plant City, whois Priest went home with them to ; : Portable' _
,employed in Jacksonville came *
stay until Wednesday.Mrs. h
on Friday and carried his nephew Marvin Cruce and Miss t,.- d -
Mitchell Starling, home with him I.t
visited Mr. and TV
Gertie Fay Cruce =
for the weekend. Mrs. Robert Carlton in Jackson- 4. I. r .

Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Dubley and ville on Sunday.The ; :;
Bill Jackson were in Jacksonville John Crews ''Jr. family of SEI1
on Sunday afternoon to see the Heilbronn spent Sunday with the .. +
submarine which is docked there. Sr. Crews. -' .. .. .1, .,. ) ,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and .:. : 0rl' > '!: :- r
and Mr Hester Hicks spent the sons had as recent guests Mr. and ;: .' ..., ..
weekend with Mr and Mrs. Floyd \IJ. .
Mrs. O. J. Boyette of Valdosta and 0 '
Martin 'in Daytona. Mrs. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williamsof .'"., .,: .. ...0'"'::-- .. '. :'-. ., ,, .
visit. Little ( ... -t
remained for a longer Jacksonville. ,, e .-,;
Danny Shuford stayed with his and 1.;] ", ., /:..
Mr. and Mrs. Earlie Padgett .J>1! ",,,,:" .,. ,', V .
grandparents, Mr., and Mrs. George family visited' Mr. and Mrs. Lige 7".;, ',.:'i :':,,,-,' ,1"-.: V :
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son> of Coffeerville. Ala. spent from will conduct cottage prayer meet-
Sunday until Tuesday.with Mr. ing at the home of Mrs. Senie at this Gulf Station. T- '
and Mrs-- Ernest Raulerson and I Prevatt, next Sunday' afternoonat away new ..; -- ,

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Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier .
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