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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY MAY 1. 1958 NUMBER FORTY-FIVE

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Merchants Announce Third FestivalOf Gold Head Park I Prices- ,Drop -Registration I I Bishop ExplainsWhy I


Breaks Record

Bargains For Weekend In Starke For, Attendance As Berries Hit ka Books Are Open 1 Phone..Ratc'


Two nw members joined the .
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Starke fihopportunity campaign Days this trade week promotion as 1' were Five-year broken at attendance Gold Head Branch records Peak YieldBradford In All Precincts B Boost Is AskedAn

merchants for
prepared State Park in April when 8,500: ..1b
the third big weekend of outstanding visitors;
registered
values offered to con including per. ,County strawberries Registration books are now increase In rates and ctiargea
sons from nine for ign countries.
mIners in this area. The record of reached peak production tills weekas r open for the November 4 general will be requested by the t;>arke
The new members added to the totaled daily visitors prices broke for'the first time election and attention is called to I Telephone Company at a public
5,536,
campers 2,193; and since .
list cf cooperating business firms cottage v"sitors61.. the'season 'opened three .i %4i the fact that there will be no vot- hearing in the American Legion

this week were Central Florida 1 I weeks ago.' I I + er registration between the Sep' home on Temple Avenue May 14.

Gas & Appliance Co., and Tilley's c ; ,, There were IS different groups The 'average'price' per pint tember 9 and 30 primaries and The.Florida Railroad and Public

Sinclair Service. :4 |l of free, campers during the month which held firm at around 25 g. 1 : the general election. Utilities Commission announced

:An interesting new feature added including Boy' Scouts) Camp Fire cents dropped 'this week to a 17 Any person who expects to vote I the- 10 a. rr. hearing to give in.

" this week. Is the Name Hunt j I Girls and.church groups. 3-4 cent average, due to heavy I t in the primaries or general election crested parties .an opportunity to

being offered by most of the cooperating production in.other states it was. must register by 5 p.m. Au- be fully heard.

scores. Many of the New Prison said. I fFti4L gust 10.The H. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr.. telephone -
Gets In
fihopportunity DayS' advertisements the six-day period April 24- 1e state election law provides company manager reieas-
30. Bradford
in this paper contain the growers sold 89.240 ed the following proposed rate
that the registration books
pints at the Starke must:;
market with '
name of some person printed in changes; BusDlis.1 1 from ths
.' be closed on the 30th
< day pre-
Second an estimated return $17,615.10.1The
I Email type. If the person whose .,.. ,.: Place of ceding an election and cannot reopen -| present $6.50 to $8.50; business '2
price range was from 16 1-2
name appears in each: ad will I *
apply .
I until 5 from 5.75 to n.50. business
at the store V irt to 21 1-5 cents. I i days after an eiec- ,5from
sponsoring the
; tion. $5 to $6.25 business'ex.
with
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'ad.' he or she will be given 100 !M Priority The heaviest day of the current tensions remaining at $1.75.:
free profit-sharing reason was .Monday. April,, 23, With the primaries and general
coupons, eligible Residence 1 from 5.:>0
$4,30 to
$ ;
when 20,856 election so close
, for the cash GRAND PRIZE WINNER pints passed through together this
This week's award awards. Mrs. Bobbie Turner 'The the market here. I The Hillendahl Family year, the books could not be re. residence 2 from, $Srb! to $4.50;
party will new State Prison
at Rai-
' residence 5 from $3.00 to $3.25
be held In front of Leila's on ford was given So far. this season the Starke I SURPRISE! opened.
with extensions
,East Call St.Saturday afternoonat mine and they have three chit Florida's priority second list of place needednew on market has handled 247,632 pintsof i 1 i Supervisor or Registration Marian at residence$1.50. remaining
5 o'clock. berries for an estimated return Mom Crosby reminds to
Proceedings will b? dren. construction when Flown Here From HoustonAs everyone
the State of $54,239.38. The old<< system or cnarging '4e
broadcast over radio register as soon as possible who
station! Letha Belle Wellhausen of Cabinet met in
WRGR. Tallahassee Tues B. W. Peele, the main out-of- has not a mile a month over the' $3 base

AU awards given at the first graph'reader.Route 1, Maxville, won, another the $10 Tele-cash new day. school First place for mentally was given retarded to the town buyer operating here this I Highlight Of Tribute To Son Bradford previously County, but registered who has in for limits rural is to phones be outside to the' city
season left Wednesday fo rCrad- changed a m resatisfa.ctory
the
profit-sharing party on April 19 prize and collected Saturday\. I I children to be constructed in Lee spent last six months in the
have now been claimed. afternoon.Mrs. County at a cost of 4647000. bourne N. C.. where the berry A surprise reunion between Lou's mother to enter the Fellow- county and the last year in *'lor- lone arrangement offering -

Mrs. Bobble Turner of Lawtey Doris Carlton of Starke. They season is getting under way. mother and son'was the highlight ship Hall just as supper was being Ida. cheaper rates and better
new prison, to be constructed Although yield at the, market service to many more people.
discovered by reading The of a covered dish given served. Mr. Hillendahl
Telegraph who heard the news of her prize supper was Any woman wno nas roamed
last Friday that she was during the WRGR broadcast fromBarksdale's. side of on the .Bradford. County here will begin to slacken off by I Monday night, in the Fellowship unaware of her presence until he since her last registration must Under the zone plan, rates will
New River, will cost $6- this weekend, remain the same for :two miles
the lucky winner shipments are expected Hall of the First Methodist
of the first turned to see her register
prizeof received the $15 sec standing behind as well as any
person
567,832, and
$25. She received the cash ..mdweut and prize that day. will be constructedover to continue for some time I Church in honor' of Mr. and Mrs. him.. who failed to vote in of the outside the Starke limits and only
any
a period cf several years. 25c a mile a month from three
: "on a shopping spree" gathering At a meeting held in the courthouse Lou Hillendahl. and family. Rev. Don .Kokomoor, pastor of elections held in 1956: and anyone '
At its meeting the miles on oat. For instance,, a 5-
. more coupons for this Sat last Thursday night he Cabinet as yet.Donald The family night: affair :was who has moved from one precinctto
urday's awards day. cooperating merchants express N an economy measure in view of F. Slade sponsored. by the Methodist Men'sClub the church, and W. B. Sewell expressed another is required to party residence pfione will be
Mrs. curtailed state revenues, chopped the church's appreciationfor notify 13.25 up to .two-miles $3.50 'at
Turner who
who lives west of their continued enthusiasm over arranged to have Mrs. the office and have their
Lawtey near Carter's Community the Shopportunity Days promotion Florida's record building pro. Gets Year Add Rosa May Hillendahl of Houston.Texas the willingness that the Hil- changed.The registration thre .mUel. .$-3,75 at four-miles,

Store said this was the first and extended an invitation gram in half and made an acrosstheboard flown here for the supper lendahIs have shown in giving following places are now etc. *
money she had cut of five per cent in which was a tribute to her their their Furthermore, free service will
ever won. Her for other Starke merchants son time means and their open for registration:
husband works at the duPont j to join the 22 now cooperating. operation} budgets which will're To ProbationDonald and. his family who will leave] lives to Christian service Brief Precinct 1, George W. Roberts be offered into State Farm Law-

duce funds for county schools.Lawtey Starke soon to begin preparingfor tributes were also paid by. others Lawtey. fey and Kin'gsley Lake', where,toll

20 Cases Heard I f Ervin Opinion Franklin Slade was sly mission work in the foreign I Entertainment was provided b.> Precinct 2, Court House, Starke. charges are now made.

Jail Fire en a 2-year probation extensionfor field. I the. Men's Quartette, and group Precinct 3, Court'1ouse. Starke Mr, Bishop reported that the

In Plea Day Sides With City'sPolice Believed Caused violation of parole last Friday T. H. Slade president of thgMen's. singing was led by George Hug- Precinct 4, Mrs. Ullie' Rivera extended! facilities, improved

k.I I ActionA morning by Circuit Judge JohnA. Club served as master.I gins. accompanied the piano Graham. service area dia>? y' .WB4..., allbe

By By Cigarette H. Murphree.He ceremonies and arranged_ for by Mrs. L. J. Green.. Precinct 5, Mrs, Pearl M. worth much wort to the CUB
Judge Yawn tomer than the increase to
recent opinion by State At- was charged with driving Home, Hampton. .small ,

tcrney' General Ervin. at the request Smoke was discovered pouringout while intoxicated, driving while Dig That. Dirt! Precinct 6, hire Delaney Dick be requested. ..
Lawrence Esra Ponden was adjudged of Mayor W. T. Jackson, of the Lawtey jail last Satur his license "was suspended and bison, Theressa. He went on to *av that the

guilty or failure. to have states that it is legal for municipal day morning:at 6 o'clock. i displaying the license of another Precinct 7, Mrs. Eunice $292X500 borrowed to make the

his vehicle under control by Coun police to investigate and a1'h.a L..P.. Raf use_ found two I person In Alachua County March, Brooklyn-Lakeites[ Asked Man : New River. .Moody. necessary changes must bee: paid

-ty Judge T A.. YawnUyesterday. charge offenders in accidents occurring smouldering mattresses'piled. on 16. He"pleaded'guilty April,. ,17 : 0 \ Precinct 8, R. A. CWaon,' Brook back plus interest* m reasonably

Ponden. whtf waived a, Jury on licensed, premises, not I top of each other evidently set'by and failed to'report the incidentto 1 er. short' period of time.
trial had entered a plea of not publicly owned. I cell's occupant when he" went to his parole board. I Reception to the modernization
guilty April 8 and ,. Shovels And Hoes To Clear Canal program; baa been good ta there
.had.
been released Examples ,would be, servicestations sleep with a lighted. cigarette in On April 6, 1956. while intoxicated i '
on $75 bond.Investigating and eating places. Ac I his hand. he collided with another Speeding Tops are between 200 and 500, :new sub
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officer Deputy cording to the opinion given an The prisoner was jailed the ; car. killing Hattie Lee Holton. I scribers eigned.up and waiting for
"Have shovel will travel" is the some time even after the Ctt
Riley Sweat installation flit .is '
testified that the accident Slade was convicted of manslaughter ,8oon possible.
at such places would be ye
night before'for
driving while intoxicated phrase they want to hear in
tractor-trailer truck driven Keystone Council was. confronted by th Docketed The new facilities will
by treated the Mayx14 1956, given a
if
same as occurringon and driving without a
Ponden ran into the rear of sentence and placed Saturday morning. Association and the district double the company's capacity
suspended on
the
a
By
highways. ,
license. He was all right whenchecked Judge YawnJames
ear which in turn collided with I I five-year probation. The.Lake Brooklyn Civic As- officer from Green Cove SpringS and there is room In :'their\ new
the Accidents on private propertynot at 3:30: a. m. a sociation' at its meeting last Saturday ordered its discontinuance.
vehicle in I headquarters to handle
front of it. With the new extension he will .rapid population
The accident occured in mid- licensed for use by the public Besides a slight burn on the be probation until 1963 if he night voiced an appeal Puzzling is the fact tnat Key Bennett Altman was for growth for at least 20
afternoon south of would be handled by civil suits cf prisoner's hand and the two mat- on that everyone who could do so. be stone can use the County dumpat. molly charged with common years.
the B & G conditions and stipul law
obeys new
Truck, Stop on US 301 at ::1' low and- by the parties involved.' I tresses, no damage was reported..: lations. at 'Treat Road gate on Highway Geneva but refuses to do so escape last ,week for his hack All persona interested in having

rate of speed injuring nobody. The charge was presented by 'Saturday morning at 9 o'clock spokesmen for the Associationsaid. saw-break from Bradford County telephones installed are requested

Deputy Sweat reported that T. E. Duncan, State Attorney for with shovels and hoes. The raw garbage is dumpedon Jail Easter morning. This will be contact the telephone office as
The project is to clear'channels top of the ground and is not added to his
short atilt marks were evident the Eighth Judicial Circuit of murder charge when soon u possible so that necessary
but the defendent claimed an air 4 Florida with ,Clerk Charles A. from Magnolia and Sand Hill I turned under or burned. Com the grand jury convenes ,May 12 arrangements can be made to insure
brake hose connection had broken Darby recording.BrQdlord. lakes leading into Lake Brooklynto plaints of an excess number of He is now in Raiford State Prison fast1'' installation.

reducing his air pressure and: rf" improve the flow of water., flies have come in from surrounding All told there were 34 charges

leaving him with no brakes. Also discussed at the meeting, residents. brought against 33 persons last

When asked about his law-re- .. I It11 Nine which was presided over by Presi- The property used to belong to 1 week according to the docket of Lawtey PrIncIpalFac'es

quired emergency brakes, Ponden dent Carl Carnes, was the unsanitary Seth Kennedy and is located about County Judge T.' A. Yawn. Unlawful -

replied they would not stop the To Play PalatkaAt conditions caused by the one' mile northeast of Keystone speed topped the list with ChargeOf

lightly leaded rig. Also he brought City of Keystone dumping raw 9, no 'drivers license was a close ... -
out that the same air connection Home FridayBradford garbage on top of the ground onlya The association plans immediate second with 8 and improper passing Assault

had broken the day before but mile from an inhabited area. action to correct: this situ l came in th1rd'with'.
had This condition has prevailed forSix ation.
Unlawful
not been speed charges
properly repaired. baseball were
High played B.
Hugh Ingram Jr., principalof
Judge Yawn set the fine at $35. last Friday and Saturday here. Inch' Rain Rotarians Shown filed against Carl F. Cox. William Lawtey Elementary School; entered
Prosecuting Douglas Hughes Robert-Franklyn '
attorney was Mack and won both games. I a plea of "not guilty" to a
Futch. Bryant John Richardson, Herman
Friday's game was with Lake How Contraband charge. of assault and.battery before
Preceding the triaU, plea day ,. City and Curtis McGee ,got 14 Damages CropsAt D. Brown, Stanley Noegel, County Judge. T. A. Yawn
was\ held in County Judge's Court' etrike-outs and gave up 2 hits Articles Concealed. Donald David Whltner'Joseph: D Monday. .

where 20 cases were heard. A to win :54. Starke's :5 runs came BrookerTorrential An interesting demonstrationof Dowling and Stuart Henry Levin Mr Ingram reportedly struck
large number Charged with driving with
of no
persons did not
from 5 hits and they committed 9-year-old Gerald
the many contrabrand'art1clea ) .Griffis repeat*
.
drivers
license
appear thereby forfeiting thenbonds. were: Henry Judson -
} Z errors while Lake City' committed rain in 'the Brooker that may be concealed'on the per Pope Jr.. William Cecil edly'With- a -w odm' paddle acd

Two juveniles appeared charged .r:': ""' j, 2 errors. section early this week struck son of a man dressed in a conventional Townsend, Jr,, Marshall Lauree with such force_ as to require bos-,
I ,, The Tornadoes took Clay Highof suit and.hat given pitalization in a Lake BnUer
with driving without'a license- : f < another blow at the already hard I I I was I Carlton Robert Dillinger. Otis
Green Cove Springs on Saturday the hospital from last Friday through
17-year-old boy Wla'given .. .. at Rotary. Club Wednesdayby Morgan Oliver. Ralph A. Stem,
a hit farmers of Bradford County.
6-4 when McGee 12
"" got I.. L. Creel superintendent.of Sunday.,
I Daniel W.. Gardner
suspended sentence provided he and Ralph
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get a'license. A 16-year-old's case I strike-outs and gave up only :2 Monday night's rain was mea- ,[i Personal; training at the State Brown. The warrant for Ingrain's ar.
was r -- hits while the Starke nine made sured at around 6.2 inches in the I t Prison. rest was signed'' by Joseph M.
transferred to Juvenile court. Improper passing was the
A warrant charging Eddie Lee, .' '" all six of their hits pay off. area around Lloyd Dyal's place Two members of the club, Jack charge placed\ against NicholaJ. Griffis. father of the boy. "
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i J; 1 .. McGee pitched no-hit no-run east of Brooker. although the Trawick and Buddy Bishop were Gerald hay been spanked by his
Allen and Frank Bennett with I (. : ........ Tsagaris, William Davis Glaz
against P. K. Yonge in town itselfregistered only two invited to teacher and sent to )Ir.
"frisk"
assault and battery: was withdrawn -' .. ., : ... game the speaker, once Stuart Henry Levine, Nicholas Ingram's
i.\, "--. 'Ii, Gainesville' Tuesday He faced 28 inches. who had .24 contrabrand articlesccncealed Constantine .' Cowaras and office for allegedly choking an-.

Only one plea of not guilty was ;" men one of which got on firs Tuesday afternoon another on his person, including Thomas J. Hamilton Jr ( 'other student during.a dispute

entered. John Richardson's case. base by a base on balls. downpour brought from ..3 to 5 ,,' blackjack. hacksaw 'blades pipe W. D.. Holder and Hure Adams i''growing out of a game of marble
The final score was Starke 4, with ice pick blade concealed in \ Ingrain free on $300 ,baiL
charging unlawful] speed! : and .,. ..: .1 ... inches of water" to the area between were charged 'With having improper -.1
reckless driving .was transferred .. :. PKY 0. : stem, dope pills and other items'. tractor tags and Leroyl
Brooker and New
'". .. The Bradford nine meets Palatka River, Trawick found seven of the hidden |
to County Judge's Court May 19. Guessford was charged with have Three Pay Costs
here Friday afternoon a t around the Russell Green section. articles and 'Bishop ,four. I
James C. Vinson was' fined a ing an improper tractor tag. "
3:30. "Brooker Market Manager Ralph The speaker was introduced: by 'For Unauthorized
total of $185 for reckless driving! Public Intoxication. charges were r ....
I$351 and driving while' .intoxicated Nettles said there was consider i Sheriff P. D. Reddish who had filed against Hogan Smith J rUse.Of Bulldozer, .
$1501.) His license was suspended Edgar L. Kirk of New Blandin; Road (lower photo) surveys his Cattlemen Meet able crop damage although cloudy charge of the program. Guests of and Fred Bryant.

for a'' period of'not less : demolished car after it was struck by station wagon at'top on Highway With Farm BureauTo skies Wednesday kept losses the Sheriff,.on' this occasion included Charged with auto larceny were Paul Crawford" Jr.. Peach Craw

than one year. 100 Monday afternoon. from too Deputies Riley Sweat.Russell'Redding ; Julian Comson and an unknown ford.and David Tyler. all of lAw-

Those given suspended sentences See MoviesJohn being severe. and C. A. Cox.R. thief for which a "John Doe" warrant tey. paid 83.06 for the unauthorized -

for fishing without, a license Nettles said that 'some beans P. McLendori of' the prison was issued by Calvin Star personal use of a County-
were: Jane Menzen and Frank Four InjuredAs The station wagon; travelled 170 D. House Jr. was featured will begin to appear on the Brook staff accompanied Creel to the owned bulldozer that was parked

and Bobbe' Walrath. m. feet from the time it left the guest at the regular dinner meeting er market by the last of this meeting; ling.James Soloman was charged in front of their home.

The no'drivers license charge Driver Loses standstill pavement after until hitting it]; came the to a of the Bradford; County Cat- week or the first of next.. A bean with having no tag.. Wilson S. Charged with petit larceny
parked grading machine will be availablefor No DefendantsIn
against Willie Johnson was dismissed sedan and knocking it 79 feet. tlemen' and Farm Bureau last Rivers for having no fishing they had been tree on $:00 bond

,wben'his valid license wasproduced Control On 100 The one badly hurt man Friday night. the use of growers, he said. Mayor's Court license George R. Sparkman for each until proper cost could beand
was
Mr. House. General Manager of Irish "potatoes'will start comingto passing a worthless check. determined.
taken Memorial
to
Fined $25 were Henry O. Law- Baptist Hos Na-Churs Plant Food Companyof the market around .May 10, No defendants showed up at John Richardson for reckless The three men were charged
a" police of- Four persons were injured, one pital in Jacksonville suffering' Winter showed color with a fair crop from a short
son for disobeying' Garden Mayor's Court to contest cases driving. $12.50 an hour for the five hours
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ficer's order to stop and W, L. seriously. Monday afternoonwena from a fractured elbow and facial' movies and held an open discus- acreage. There will also be'a potato Monday afternoon. On the dock the machine was hi lie, firing

FInley. for public intoxication. : ,1956 station wagon driven by cuts. The other three were treated sion concerning his product a grading machine at the was one charge of fighting etPack 307 Meets a total of "UO.Fiftyone .
Carl Koundtree or Dawson Ga. for cuts and bruises and released .
A f1 1e'of $35'was assesse1 liquid fertilizer. market so small growers can have gainst Aaron Summers who forfeited gallons of fuel were
Willie ErnestTh" utes and McLaurin Lit an unoccupied parked 1940 from Bradford County Hospital FFA member Bobby Normanof their spuds/VTun. through. bond of $27 by not appearing. i I Cub Scout Pack 307, under the consumed Tamed at $8.06. CourtCrosby
sedan. demolishing! both vehicles.
Shaw for illegal passing. Mack Lawtey gave speech that he Nettles saidthat one buyer will direction of Cubmaster Al costa of $12.50 brought the total

Iran oruris for ffl gal entry on- Investigating officer Cart.M11- Roundtree a newspaperman on will deliver at the annual State be :On :themanother rket May 1 and Four charges of running a''red met at the Presbyterian CenterFriday to $83.06. or $27.69 each

to a highway :and'the following yaw estimated 'spet>tof the a fishing trip with, his three Companions public speaking contest May 6. will arrive shortly afterward light also went uncontested and April 25 With 35 cubs and County Attorney Mack latch

for unlawful speed;' George Roundtree car ,at 70 mph in theU was' charged,with failing sponsored by the Soil Conservation He!: said that the auctionmethod bond was'forfeited by Jessie Hamilton parents present. Den 4 Bad charge bad been directed -fey the County

Bisansky; Stanley .JfoegeL Robert mph zone on State Road 100 to have his .Vehicle undercontroland Agency. Bobby will be. this of selling will be used although Arthur C. Kenison. Thomas of the program which 'was a skit Commissionert at.their last meet-

Roberts".Donald Leath; Raymond South, of town. There were' 'no causing an accident- He district's representative. t due'to' adverse weatherconditions F. Hickey and Russell Vern:en and film on safety and good cit: tug ta take the froper legal steps

Uverae Crlppen.. 'Donald David ddd marks indicating the brakes posted bond and left\,.for. Georgia, The next Cattlemen's meeting icreage.is.'shorter than Lee. Bond for such a charge is izenship. to see to it that this the does

Whitmore;and'Stephen Malio. were never applied. with the two other", ...,..men.- will be May 30. ap, f tect., -. : $12. Den 1 served refreshment I I I not happen again.longe .* .-

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- BRADFORD COUNTY TI+IXO1tAP$ STARKE. FLORIDA
THURSDAY, MAT I. 19S8 i

" Hardwood Control ford and Clay Counties. or no.wY.HUUm2:;, Ihl ford
-editorial NOTICE' OP TAX APPLICATION: DEED FOR At said time and place ail interested 4-dr. sedan. Alotor no.. Hf1i.- THE BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH II
Demonstration9rMay parties will be given an opportunity 1S8222 .l./ertfegsLStra'tton
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Notice is hereby given that A. K. gasoline EST. 1879 I
p' > IS e $th Randolph the holder of' the fOllow.Ilig" .WITNESS to the be hand fully.o heard.' (". Ejr Ttlve 34im ,water pounds pump granulated no serial sugar no.; I
1 : certificates has"flled"said eertifieatss in FLOBIDV8 OLDEST WEEKLY, J.EWS-
r for Secretary of the Florida Kail- Hersey sugar paper bags; 8 ,
a tax deed
to be
issued road and Public Utilities Commission 200 feet black rubber hose 1ft' I
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i A Hardwood Control and Pcr- thereon. The certificate numbers this 22mt day of Anrll. 1338.BOLLINQ inch diameter; a-luo pound PAPER, JPrBLlSHEO CONTlKOrStY'
Our Faces Our F rtlIne s! and years of {ssuaaue. the descrip C OTANLEY: butane gas cylinder, no Serial: : '
.demonstration :
Fftr1 will vbe held ion of the property, and the names Executive Ne. r.rvtt TllB SAME !I.tSII11fiA :. I
at 2' p. !ri. ThursdaY. May 8., at in which is, was assessed are as 4 -r; i--\ .Secrets CITITIOVTHR PaMUhrd Euh Tkaiv and Kulvred. .It Sera Claw H.tf.rt '
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follow.: ,1"11 the Post Of fire at St.rtr, Via. Deer Act .f.t>tr18.. lill9d I II
: With their current promotion,Shoppo_ unity the farm of Dr. J. W. Brownlee on Certificate, No. 46. Year. of Issuance I I Kenneth STATE C.OF Johns FLORIDA Starke TO, .'Ia..I I
: Days, local merchants! arp moving in the right Brownlee road State" 2291 approximately 1956. April 28, 1958 Florida BanK at StarKe. Marke forfeiture file herein from the undersigned ed by you.
Description of Property: Blocks ri FOR BIDS of tne circuit Thisnotice scall '
Clerk be
t direction to establish.,Starke more firmly as atrading" three miles north- and, 26 in Livingston. Truby & Sealed bias will be received by George Fla. Krink, c/o .Noegel Brothers Court.S'ITNESS. I once: each week for for consecutive'published I
west of Starke. Co. Subdivision. the City Council of the City of Starke, Kla. \ my hand and seal of weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph .
: center for this North Central Florida .. ..., I I
Farm Forester Don Name in which assessed: A. K. P; rt at tit. m/t u tn "'- AND ALL fKKSO.VS FIRMS A\lJ the above mentioned court In I ,
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I 9ftd.: __ Chamjjioa Randolph. Florida until 7:00 o'clock P.M. on CORPORATIONS OWNIXG. HAY. Starke, Bradford County, Florida,' ,] Hated'tbts 9'day of April, US! II
will be in.charge of .the program All of said Tuesday; May 20. A.l'., IaeS OFFICIAL SEAL
I property being in the A.D. ms at INTEREST this 16 day of April ( )
I' IXU OR CLAIMING AN
There, i 13, hqjyever, another angle that might which is aqnSKSd; jar t .uJAA\QJi-; ;( County of Bradford. State of Flor- which ttmo ..not i.'... mi hint ."_, IX AND LIEN O.V THK ABOVE VESCRIPED (COURT SEAL) I Charles A. Darby I,
: be wor ( d ,,\\0, speed results toward the .desired Clay Faun :forestry Profit ,pf ida.Unless .reived read will be publicly opened and PROPERTY. CHAKLKS A. UAKttV. Clerk of the Circuit Court
such certificate or e rtl- aloud on the following: I. YOU AND EACH .u"' YOU are Cleric of the Circuit Court, By Marian U Crosby, Deputy CI rk.
1 end( working hand !in hand with the current promotIon. the Fiersda{ -grest Servtce.t Ic&tes shall be ,redeemed AccordIn One. House-trailer. shed and hereuy notified that the above described Florida. I 4/10 4t 4, i 1
, to law the d nnnf.One 4/17 :St 5/1 -
The rl"mnn"h..ti ....1 property aetU ed -' I property has been seized
. ., R'lt?: wt in such: certificate or certifiafttea House. and Contents. under and by virtue of Chapter 1l1i%. I I. The County .dc.'. Court
'l"'h'
:with. the use ,of .chccals and "|in bo ootd to the highest> bidder h,- (to- -are incated In Of t
Bradford
look and is (
: Have'you taken real good at.some of our 'the' Florida Statutes of 1955. now SfOTICB TO DEFEND 011.1'> Plerlda.
{ At 'he court hooae rear of
: door the Fire
girdlingin\,he eluomatiQa of on tbe-fint Station of the in the !possession of the board of !. Clrrull Court. Bradford Coady.Fleridal .' IN RE: Estate of CARL A. KNIGHT, I
' business establishments lately? ; w'desirablehar Jklondajr ,in Month of June .1:....... we xts.4 smftU> J.whkih: ia the 2 day June. 19oK. ed at any time. All fhaarrry.Annie I
tate foundations county and you and each of you. .. TO i
Mae Bennett flaintlff vs.Itayuund CREDITORS
: Mtjch as-been Accomplished! during (the past of pare oc : few ;ears-' toward modernizing and beautiCyingour treatment j eeks (OFFICIAL, SEAL) ""nrone'tv.must h* removal tram '* under said Chapter' nag been filed Case No.. 12iZ3ulh A. Knight deceased are hereby' noti
four \ : will &iobserved'and Chjwlea A. Darby, Cleric of ,,, Ride may be submitted in the Circuit court of the Eighth > T* Appear fied and required to file claims
' business district but much still remainstb discusi d. Oieriiicals\ .Circuit Court of Bradford "on either of the two above named Judicial Circuit in audio. ? Bradford I To: Kaymotd Lee Bennett, whose i nr demands whirh they may any have
used for hip .toeaimmt ?.4- .County, Florida. 'r: ': _Items separately. ....or., on both items. County Florida, seeking the residence and address is: imst, against said estate in the office of
: were us you m r <( -
bedon?\ 5/1 4t ..52ia < s.1 and '
I forfeiture of the said property Market Street Road Houston Texas County Judge of Bradford ,
: Jtave you driven through, to..tryll", to.l look 5-Tini c1 n4 \ii titer d 4 .ante. ,, OJ" from to be removed within of thirty rt."..I' you are hereby directed and required -I' You are hereby notified that a Florida, in the court house at County Starke
P1 acceptance
A.PPf.IC&n05 bids
FOR by the City to file your claim, if any ,
''Qeorra suit for divorce Florida within
Rt, Piorda eight calendar
i visiting Fgrt tart. 1x:.ED .Of Starke. .... months
at. it the viewpoint of trav.eler] ,
from : ,
a ha\e and .hf'w
Not1Ce 'Th .. >ou baa bt.oflla1 against you In the from the date <'f the first publicationof
time it. Service .wl. pcesent pct&l e0st I heceby KVV O- that 'b K. .. ..paid. Pifv...rpoervos.. the r" t I before .May 1%. ISalf. itanI t personally above named Court and cause and this notice. Each claim or demandmitet
: our city for the first ? jnqt/try :sometime' RAn'o@u the 4iold Qr ot the loliown i i. \ nv or all bids. served with process' herein,
figures for, 3tRplicea. CITY you are required to serve copy of be in writing and must state
OF
t especially along the 301 route. A :tour Mrs. MOdred l apj>. JqcaJ A rjl- tincatM lutecertificates for a tax has deed filed to be said issued cer- By: Carl Johns STARK, Citv;. FMIKIUA ClerK. and personal within service twenty if(20)personally days served cornplaint the place or residence and postoffireaddress

of-this sort is very' enlightening. culture Gonsefyalion Pro {&m ,office andyjeara tJbexexMk; ., The ot certificate numbers': ., 5/1 Jt 5/111 with process Herein, wny the Attorney '1". Frank; Landrum, 1-. sworn to of by the the claimant claimant and his must agent be
Issuance the deeurlp-; said property should not t>e forfeited u. uux a4i, !'!stance Florida his ,
r or attorney or it will become
D id ever stop to consider what people manager., will a.vre" iotya- lion of the property and the name I to said Chapter. Should
1 you ia Judicial Clrnilt. I.' ,\nd pursuant and file Ine.triginal in the office of void according to law. This April 7,
For
' think: of broken signs, burned-out neon, and ation on the procedure for ijiakr fellows:wbioh: is was assessed are a*- O r-*'-\Ti> ,',....... Fl..i.ld.. you fail to file claim as entered herein the Clerk' of the Circuit Court on or 1958.

a clocks that never,give the right time of day? ing app cop( for payments for Certificate 1 951. No.. '40. Year of Issuance .FVILLUWLVU"V RR: FOKKKITI'KK UKSSCKIBKIJ: : Ob*FKOf-THK directed herein against Judgment you will in due be course. before 12 day the of May 195S!!; Administratrix|ISI| CLARA of MAE the Estate'of KNIGHT CarlA.
Hardwood'jControl through A. C. KKTY: Persons not personally served with otherwise the allegations! of said Knight deceased.
ri It De*eription of Property: $! :3 A. of. I U41 obtain a copy of the Complaint will be taken confess-
A store's front ,is of utmost importance. P. program: KH of NK14 of SW>4 of.Stt'4. Chevrolet p/u trucK. aiot- process may as /lU ft fill

' serves, asa standing advertisement: of the business' Girdling equlpmeiQt; sill he, der See-UTISRU&. --
Name ia which
i : that' goes"on inside. Paint is cheap and cap mongtrate 4 by equipment repre- Ranlolpb.,, assessed A.' ij.

even be applied by, the owner, if, necessary,' to sentatives.Top All' of said property being IB the
/ Coonty of
Bradford. State
' keep expenses (4 wn. i ,. ot FlorId Young Tender Grade "A" Frozen Dressed and Drawn
.
Unless such certificate
MHJJP Trf Ie nt or certificates
Various, building, material; are inexpensiveand t i shall be redeemed accord

: ,. likewise; can easily. he put up by the aver Will En !rtftin' !in ids such to law certificate the property or certificates described

: son adding modern. touch. These maageAm' Rink i will- be sold to, the- hllte t< bidder
; At, Middiebur
a*-the e urt>hoses door co-the fist,!'
i terials( are' available inn wood,., metal, glass, and Monday in Month of .June istis,
Two of Florida's favorite sons which is the 2 day June, 1958.
i maSonry: Dated this 29 day of April, mil. HEN T1RKEYS[
will appear Friday, May 2, in an
' .. ((OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
/ All-glass doors add l ft lot to ft, sjtorVa appearance all-star show in 'Middleburg. Slim Charles A. Darby, Clerk of

I I .. ,J Nreat ,signs' with all lights: burning are at- Whitman, internationally''' Knqwn of County Circuit, Florida Court of Bradford

t tractive. Cl4cks,and t thermometers: command- recording artist, and young Johnnie 5/1 4t 5/%%

i tention if| tbey' wqr Neon is nice, if'' kept Tillotson, who has his own -
t properly operating. television show'on vmJA-TV; NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
/ TAX DEED .
wilt appear in person at the Mid- :Notice is hereby given that Cleveland
If the front of ALL of Starke's, stores were -
Neal the holder of the following -
rink' at 8 in
dleburg skating p.m. :
i Brough'f! uj>" to'date? the impact would be felt im- the, 'grand finale of Middleburg's i certificates for a tax has deed filed to be said issued certificates 4-i\ C

: me 14 ly/jusfaa t has,the' impact i of, the, coop: observance; of the Clay County thereon., The certificate numbers

: eratiijg.., merchandising: } 'effort in, our; Shoppojr- : Centennial, i and of years the of property Issuance aad the the description names- Small 6 to W Ib.

tunityDa-ytl.. Final judging of beards and in which it was assessed are as LB
,
. follows:
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costumes will highlight the snow J Certificate No. 68. Year
of Issuance
4 Starke would be remembered by touristy as a
: with prizes! ,, to oe awarded the 1956.
: beautiful l little! ; city. There wpulft b.e "wor g. Qf, aterap winners. Arrangements have been De? NEWS of SW& Sea 35 T 7 S K 23
t tioii'fo;
; 's''op and gftpp. Starke) wpuld be made to present' the entertain- E.Name.

: looked'upon asprogreasive, nd therefore deserving ment at the Middleburg Civic Club ;NeaL in' which assessed: Cleveland

: i of consideration by new industries and newt incase of rain and admission!' will All of said property being in the

citizens. StakecwW; 1 easily be one of the,prettiest be.: $1 for adults, and 25 cents for j ida.County of Bradford. State of Flor-

: ,and, cleanest towns'in the South arid 'it those under 12. There will be no Unless such certificate: or certi-
Kangaroo Kourt. and the public j flcate shah be redeemed accord- Copeland Country Style All Good
: would pay,big::dividends, too.: ing to law the property described
is invited to join the fun.
j
in such certificate
'?. .With\ \ QUt school. plants 1 !s.oon to et a ,$450,000 will be sold to the or highest certificates bidderat

- ac -Ufting.. our busindiStrictshould\ do Monday the court in Month house door of June on the, ms first! ,

eyejPvtVinfi'possye\ ,,to beep l apace. :-.A start Co. B. Chosen# which is the 2 day June, lass. PURE PORK SAUSAGE BREAKFAST BACON
Dated this 29
day of April. 1958.! i
would be. the simple l*,process, of cleaning all dirty For, Division (OFFICIAL SEAL)
fdass so. proscectivet'huyers cart more easily'see" Charles A.' Darby, Clerk of
of Circuit Court of Bradford
the: merchandise displayed' inside. Scan 'apd' County. Florida.
Training Tests Ill water are'stllFwtthin the reach' ofeve'ry budget, SSe Sugar S9c

and bfdifashkmed;leJbqw:grease is,all,that is need- }\. 748th!! Armored DOCKET. S382-TP
Company! ,
ed 1n tma tot FLORlDRAILROO AMI PPB- ,
coq vii n; unattractive store'
rfl .., .... .. .. Ordnaice Batt(1llonwcamp-:: tXand- LIC UTILITIES COMMISSION! I
font 1J1 ,pn ; t --r- '1Sdg, ksthosfti t1 thls"\v eK tto represent TELEPHONE titilJtfc.tfJ* ...s \*iSTARKE 4 --"': -
COM- J ; ,
;
;all special, units! of thc.48th PY -
Armored Mvision; Florida National -, and I A&P-Our Finest Quality Ann Page Tender cold'E

They.i Can't 'Reaf' Labels Guard, n'a series :'of tests to ALL OTHRR P\R1'US INTERESTED ,

; H } t i be given: by Headquarters, 48ttt/ NOTICE is hereby given that the

The StJ>t$:Board; o( Health, .recently.-,reported. Armored, Divisions Trap, on Sat- j Florida Commission Railroad, and a.. Public rarnraisiion Utilities -, APPLE SAUCE PORK & BANS E
urday, May 3.The 'member' appointed' by said Commission ,
that of 72t castg; Ql#, ujerital Doisonin":' Wed T examinations; will begin, at or an Examiner designatedby
said Commission will
hold a
as'emerQenciea. treated, bvf 16'!| larg ,,hospitals: in 'p.m.. at the Camp landing arm. public hearing at 10:00: A.M., Wed
the state duria( :thp las)>Half of I957i children' oryt- Personnel: giving the, test, nesday. May 14, 19a4 in the American

under ten accounted for 62ft of, theip* will, 'b4. dj edJint '11 'teams, nue, Legion Starke,Home Florida on: Temple.Ave 211.1 pound cans 2JC 3-1-poundcans 43C

Aspirin, insecticides and kerosene were the each haying a different function. On DOCKET the application>0. 5392-TP: of Starke

J leading'cause (the poisoning and five children i All members, Co. E have been Telephone Company for, an adjustment '
; ordered];to be. present. in its rates and cTiargesfor

dfed'Dr; ", Jajnes. Q. 1nd.. ,state eoidemiplQp'jst'} The: examinations, are designedto telephone service furnished.
through its system in Brad-
sai ;t if.fE\w..er\ 32O,,ca,os Qf poisoQin bly, asplrisedatives determine, the., efficiency, of DeliciousHAWAIIAN ; A&P'" Our Finest Quality
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aM, laxatives irapronerly used. "He the, represented "
units well
; as, as '1: -
.
said 71 children to determine, what, ,h
,, were poisone t by. insecticidesand ? percentage of
64 children under ten were.poisoned.by kerosene the; training rece ed toy those :'

four:, .Qf?{hisjiora.ben57\ :were, under the age of- : unitshas,special been multiple'retained.A drill. was BORROW. % Y! I PUNCH': : &A1JERKRAUT: :

called(for the ,May 3 date by 1stLit.
The sta.t&.le'l'rst lature-had nac..avfs, rQquir Jos. G. Wood, commanding with i

ing labeling of dangerous material' to, Dre.veiit: : officer. Regular scheduled drills .. "; '

accidental poisoning of'children* but: drinking oft for' May 5 and May 19,were,can r 1- 46 ounce cans $$1.00'1: pound:cans 25c

insecticides and kerosene by young children is. celled in,order:to call this special EASECONFIDENCE:

thfr\ direct\ responsibility ofadults who leave. such, drill
materials:within the reach of little ones.'*
H
An adult should always be awe of, the. factthafcHildren Armed Forces Day and I


sometimes for,eat no apparent'and drink, reason.. things Jeft If these.around potentiajly To At. Green.,e Observed Cove N:AS' I ANGLE FOOD' CAKE MIX! fCl eRE AM..

,d ng ous.articlesi> cannot be stored out '
ot the rea Jt.'of.youchlldren The U.. S Natal Station at .
\ they should be' > :
tightly stopperediso that it is Green Cove Springs and.' 'Ionda. Ann Creshnont''
beyond'the.ability Page Package 1/2'gal only 69c
3'r
:
of a child te'opea them'Labelsareno! protection nib; join Group the Atlantic' most.powerful Reserve peacetime Meet will ,
to
a'child-who
: cannot read:and alter the accident." : military force in lh.history,in- II

taui-'oecurred'it'is'too late :.to put,the stuff away. celebrating Armed Jf'orcea Day ,

Lwk arounyop! > hjraejand(garage to mafce-jsurer on:May 17. I Q.UICK:

that'.no/suQh thiifgp) are. wit in the reach of a An open' hooae *.celebration,' Ann Page 6 Pkgs Only

child'
hot eof A. b ttlaD\ ,' open garage'may" look/,, I I combined: forces of the, two com SERVICE' 1 CHERRI AID 19e '

tempting to'neighbor child f mands,win: 'feature'an address y'Vice
an4,, you.dQ.itt '
day you'will not have to be'sorry toino w. Admiral 'Thomas & Combs i .I : : '
.t i' Deputy Chief of ..Naval Operations. 1LOANa
The public is invited to attend Ann Page Sparkle; Gelatin '


Time for Check and hecIcup.:. Springs the'open tin fiouse.,Hay at 17.Cheerleaders.' Green Cove DESSERT: 4 for 27c


This month the Bradford County Cancer Socie- ,

ty ,will fop$k,its fund :'raisihjr .campaisiu} : The,' *' : Cat ot Dog Food

group erideaverar, ,to-( bring informationabout.cancer ToJhElectecl.A 1 PIES- BAR "

ratsingfunds.at to the nubIle this all time.year butt concentrates,on L,, ... \ ,. ," .... U1TO : CflLO 2for. 27C

At School
.:podgy
ThVAmerica! V Cancje t Society is not r
: ]
aperman-4
Bath Size 4 FOR
eat;b&i a\lol"bQt"is\ ; 'working,,hard: to,.put it' Todayiselectionday; at,BBS._ i $6Oo Soap :

out o j1;bbl 1 Jn 'a. The huge ;sums of money required Today is the; day tjh% student. s t WOODBURY 4Sc.

for tea necewary> researchihaye bean',used body. between the grades of nine .

in.,many phases' and have; made maiiy discoveries. and. twelve choose from the 12 ,.

possible The- goal this year'for' the country i is applicants for cheerleaders, whopassed Krafts Cheese Spread 8-Or'Jar
"F 1&- )Find
$SQ millions .( the screening, .committee Us .Friendly" aua 20-0z. n'


R p rmihir r't what\ has; ef.ac omplis ed.iu 'the Tuesday Eight of the following will become LOCALFINANCE : / C /C CHEEA WHIZ 31C

fighj { ajfajnst .pyears almost half a cheerleaders rs with'one alternate -' .. Each Cake
: _
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ralUloa dollars .wasficoUec.tedi .to fight against : R y'MaXWell' Travis Al- COMPANY : [, -
tHat dicase whVhcJeiHedL Mary Acnes Matthews t
rippled so, many-> varezy ; Dash
youngpeopW It'Daid'Off.for, ; now polio need no Helen' Kelly, Robbie Capps) Kay '

long P b*, feared!if the vaccination i is'used.. Dennis, darol Temple.. Harriet 4 114 N. Walnut St.
FOOD.3for
DOG :
Cancers Powejl.., Lynda' Chapman; Penn7'' 47c

h I r a j: Ji.is.tprtgs nt1., p t the'thsof hW a Hol] ,sY;Orth, ,Ginger.Thornton,* .((3 Doors'from,Post.Office) '

su tippt''dt*C*) ;eFies. ;nql\f: .neghie:l ..tc.: an '?zn 'e LaMee, .
R"lt: rrl&4%l.s th>sve.. t i ti H,jpj i > t oi.corftbAtAtni; : 'Or. Phones'580'and 581 412 Call Street Rocket MarshmallowPIES

dt easeanat; ;_ he."AIUJ'lea.n: anoeKSoeiety.out: YOTI"'n i 1,.I!E ,O e..new ,liSte l!.. I

of'1, lleiuesi b ,'a< rting::?',to.reach:it : g al'of lick l brpok..t>>ufse-sine foontaia pens In., ;,1 ,Mr&i Marguerite Hall, r ) St;rke, Florida I pkg of 12 39
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inw Call" Flight* Cllnder'wit1 a Check and a past4 shades: Only $3-09'a Bndtfold Manager \ .
.. .-County Telegraph: r : : :....
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THURSDAY. MAY 1. 193S ,iiuw1UIUI COUNT PAGE T11RKE

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PresbyteriansSet church grounds.' Carnegie ,Course Lyle will leave on Friday May.2ndfor LAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CALL FOR BIDS, I lowing:
The First Presbyterian Churchwas overseas duty with the United April 15. ms For the sale of one 1937 Four*

Homecoming organized in 1884 and until To Be Sponsored 1 'MAXVlLllBy States Navy. KINGSLEY LAKEBY the Sealed City bids rouncil will of be the received Ciiy by of I door Ford ::)l'G3n. Said car can

For This SundayThe the present sanctuary was built By Jaycees Birthday SupperOn Starke at the City Hall in Starke. I be seen at the new county jamSaid

in 1886, the membership worshipped \ Mrs., C. B. JYctaaA Monday night, April 28 'a Florida"}Tuesday until the Cth 7:0 day o'clock oc .May P. M.A.,1 on>.. accept or City reject reserves any or the all right bias.to
in the Methodist Church. In t Mae Moorevrttnvmnnvnvvt Uii s. CITY OV STAKkU, "'LUIUUA.U .
Congregation of First Presbyterian Starke's new Jaycees'are birthday supper was held at the at which time and place all
spon- .4&&A&AAA&&A&. &&&&& ,
& bid received will be publicly ) : Carl Johns City ClerK.
Church will 1942 the first addition to the
observe its soring a complete Dale fcarnegie hcme of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Par- n.v opened and read aloud on the fol fill; 3t il(!
74th anniversary on Sunday May church plant was made, and in leadership course to begitf'.soon. Little Masted Floyd Kilgore received rish in honor of Mr. Parrish who :

4. Regular Sunday School services 1955 a seven room addition was The public is cordially invited to a painful dog'bite on his just celebrated his 63rd birthdayon Our choir enjoyed a hamburger
the home of Mrs. Cehelle
will be held at 9:45: a. m. At the added. attend a demonstration at the cheek last Tuesday evening while April 24. Enjoying this occasion fry at !
morning worship service the The church has 154 member Lions Den Tuesday night at 7:3K: playing with his pet dog but with Mr. and Mrs. Parrish Elder. We are glad for them as '
church for 1957-58 will be and is served by six elders, the it encouraged them to sing us an j YOU CAN
history This demonstration at no ob-'.,seems to be getting along nicely were their son and daught t-n- A HOME AFfORD
read and the pastor will preach pastor Rev. W. S. McAliley and ligation, will give the; public an 'how : law Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish extra song Sunday. I'
Mrs. Moore and -
a 'homecoming sermon entitled, seven deacons. There are three insight on the 14-week course \frs. E. D. Higginbotham and and family, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Shirley daughter

"The Church". An official pre- active youth groups, the Men of which will be held weekly from m \.spent Thursday night and Anders and son Billy Mrs. Hester Dian spent the weekend at Custom Built on Your Lot *
Cedar
her
sentation of "The Book of the Church and the Women of Key visiting parents
Re- 6:30: to '10:30: on a still undeter- Pridar visiting i with Mr. and Mrs. Hicks and Mrs. Helen Shuford
membrance," given in memory of the Church which has three cir- mined night. H.,A. Sweat in Macclenny.Mrs. and sen of Lawtey Mrs. Virginia Mr. and Mrs. David Cottle.' Ac-

the late B. J. Bowen will be madeto cles. At their regular meeting' last H. E. Griffis and 'Mrs.: Jenkins and children Miss Gloria companying them was her uster.
Miss Winifred Cottle of Woodbine
the congregation with Elder I Friday night, the Jaycees decided Virginia Gagteert of Starke motored Higginbotham Mr. and Mrs. Jim- R

R. G. Paterson clerk of session,i to collect from business and pro- to Plant 'city last Saturday mie Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Ga.Miss
receiving it in.the name rf the Recent BirthMr. for weekend. with Laurel Jones spent Sunday
fessional men for the Cancer a ,yisit Mr. Hogan and family Mr. and Mrs. I
afternoon with Miss Daris Jean
congregation. Special music will Jones of Fund. Henry Guthrie and family.Mr. !Jack Hogan and family Mrs. Joe
and Mrs. Otis Keystone Ricks.
be presented by the adult choir the,birth I: President Johnny Kopelousos and Mrs. C. B./Nolan and i Hogan and children, Mr. and Mrs. I ,
Miss
Heights announce Jane Smith had her
and the junior choir of the of a daughter, Sandra Faye, on extended an invitation to all sons, Billy and,Bcbb Mrs. Ruby Lafay Carroll and family and luncheon guest Miss as Sandra I

church. Apr. 24 in Bradford County'Hos- ycung men interested in com- Durrance and Henrf Wellhausen! Mrs. Marian Marrs and sons of Moore. Also having luncheon I 't .
Following the morning service, munity progress and welfare to enjoyed a trip over'to Gainesville! Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Junior with the Smiths
pital.FRIDAY
Leonard
dinner will be enjoyed on the meet Friday night at 7:30: in the I Livestock market:' on Monday. Goolsby of Baldwin and Mr. and Moore. was rt

Pecan Room of the Garden Res- Mr. and Mrs\KuYle Cannon Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family Mr. Maxie Norton had his lunch-I
Share the Profits in Stark taurant. and daughter Ginger and Mr. and Mrs: Rudy Higginbotham and as
eon and afternoon guest Sunday
1 and Mrs. Dan Hugroves visited daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Donnie Elder.
1 1 in-Jacksonville Sunday: with Mrs. Higginbotham, Merle and Elmer
I Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott had
Drive
Cancer
Rose George and family and Mr. Higginbotham and Harriet Stan-
lunch and spent the afternoon
\ and Mrs. Roy George and family. ley of Maxville and Mrs. Faye
with Mrs. Emily Silcox Sunday..
To Start May 5 Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham Mann of Jacksonville. The birth-
We FEATURESIN
are glad to see Peggy EXTRA CONSTRUCTION
\ and children spent Saturday day cakes were baked by Mrs. Dan
Semeir out again after having
ALL BEVIS HOMES
Miss Dorothy Alvarez, chairmanof .night and Sunday in Maoclenny Parrish and Mrs. Marian Marrs. I the three day measles.
with Mr. and Mrs. |H. Ai Sweat. R. L. Harris and Joe. Lucas were
Bradford Jaunty Cancer COm- We missed Mrs. Peggy E. Buie
They were accompanied ome by business visitors in Jacksonvilleon I 5 Treated Sills and Floor Joists
mittee, has announced the beginning i from our Sunday School class
SATURDAY MAY Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie/Sweat and Monday.A .
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but understood she had her Double Framing On All Openings
of the fun ampaign of the who several
son are spending party was enjoyed Friday
grandsons visiting and one little Full 8-Foot Ceilings
LADIES 5115NYLON chapter on Monday; May :5. The days with them this/week. night at the home of Mrs. Gilbert I
fellow had an injured leg andcouldn't ;: Solid Pier Blocks
Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and son Brown. She
with Mrs. was assisted in enter-
Lights On Campaigj
; ,4a Johnnie and Mrs./Gilbert Brown taining by Mrs- Oscar Wilkinson.Don't go to Sunday school. j Top Quality Paint, Choice of Colors
Pete Felos as chairman! will open Truly hope he is OK now. i
and children, Shepry and Claudia forget the meeting cf the I
f f's fE the drive. Interested women will We were happy to have Mrs.
enjoyed a visitft Jacksonville Maxville Civic Club
\ on Friday ]I
Selma Ellington and daughterswith
conduct the house to house collection last Wednesday. night, May 2 at 8 p. m. at the I I

and the Jaycees w'W! con- Mrs. Lizzie Dapree of Jackson- Club house. Try to attend. enjoyed us Sunday the bus for ride services with tnem., also II No Down PaymentLow

ville has been for the past Mrs. S. E.
tact all business firms. \ ylsIting Godwin is a patientin Hope they can be with us next
couple of weeks with Mr. and: Mrs. Doctor's hospital in Starke fora

HOSEi \ Albert Smith and family 'and few days observation. We wish Sunday.Visiting with us Sunday even Monthly PaymentsIN

r..r.rnn.mLONG ....... spent last weekend with Mrs. her a speedy recovery.
for church Mr.
ing
I were and Mrs.
ra Byrd and Mrs. Ruby Dur- The Maxville baseball team is STARKE AND VICINITY
: Jimmy Ricks and children and
BRIDGE e.v. pretty well organized now. Have Mr. and Mrs. Brady Collins and CALL OR SEE SMITH DEVOE -PHONE 410-J

AND NEW RIVER -, and Mrs H. P. Higdon andfamily been getting in plenty of practice. children. Hope they can ccme 510 W. ADKINS STREET

I moved last week from the They'will play Sunday after- often. ,

,<,t, "' Mr. E. A. Sapp Waters: home here'at Maxvi1i ,*o noon with the Yellow Water Since warm weather is here WILL SEE YOU AT HOME ANYTIME !

S +,1till x, the Lei Moore place on Clay Hill. team. Come out and see what the lake is DAY OR NIGHT -
waking up, birds singing -
sujj&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&A Mrs..ta mmf Padgett and children : they can do. I.
flowers blooming and people
School of .Jacksonville visited Saturday Mrs. Clifton Caldwell accomp- CALL ,US COLLECT PALATKA; EA 5.5317
Sunday
Long Bridge swimming and boating and fish-
Class enjoyed a hamburger fry with, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. anied by her 'step-father and ing. FOR APPOINTMENT

: Saturday night at the home of Padgett-and'family. mother, Mr. and.Mrs. Williams of

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiner. Long Branch Revival Macclenny visited in Georgia last HIWAY CHAPEL

2 FOR $1.00 ri The new Shiners home have near a the beautiful banks little of- 4 Beginning a revival wii Sunday begin night.at : Long May week with. Mrs. Caldwell's grandmother ASSEMBLY OF GOD Bevis Construction Co., Inc.

River. hamburgers were ,Branch Baptist Church with the Mrs. Melvin Watson and daughter O. M. Osborae Pastor

Sizes 8 1.2 11 New cooked outside on grills. Those of 'Rev. George WKdnson of ,Jacksonville and Mrs. Clifton Caldwell and Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Open Daily 8:00: A.M. To 5:00 P.M.

preaching. -The public, is children had to to Jacksonville Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic
go
you who didn't go missed a treat. Palatka Half Mile West of "Y" at New Palm Ave
folks enjoyed cat fish- cordially invited ,ito attend. Ser- Wednesday to carry Mrs. Mary Service, 7:45: p. m. Thursday
;. Mrs. Anthony, Cermenaro The later.young vices will be held ,each night: Caldwell back to the doctor. We weekly prayer service. Invita Intersection .

ing through Mother's 'Day; Sunday. :regret that Mrs. Caldwell hasn't tion extended to everyone.
Mrs. Anita Moody and ron
MENS. .- May 11.Alice v been getting along well lately.
of Lakeland were Saturday
Flynn -
Albert and Barbara Northof Mrs. Lealer Harris and son,
night and Sunday guests of Mrs. Jacksonville spent' last week- Hershell moved into their new

: DUNGAREES Fronie Moody. end visiting with,, her uncle and home here' in Maxville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wynn of aunt, Mr. and Mrs:\ John North
Starke attended Sunday School at \ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHIGHLAND, ,
family.
and
Long Bridge Sunday and were We regret that Buck Wellhans- t1 r :I :

: I I dinner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. en is ill and having to"miss several TJJIf :
Morris Brann n.-
days of school this week.
Visitors of the- E., A. Sapps Sun- Claude Greene, John Mosley, Uy tin. Lacy Nonnaa_ I 1 .
Ii; day were Mr. and Mrs.'Pete Sapp, of and
'I and W. J. Bell Mixville .& & &&
Bardin
of Palatka, Miss' Genny &A&&A&.I
Carter of Clay Hill were
Elmer
L. i of Jacksonville'and Mr. and Mrs. those who attended the Mr. and .Mrs. L. M, Norman

\ Rcan Turner 'and'Mrs. Ben Kite Livestock among sale in Gainesville on went.to Jacksonville! : to pick up:.
#
of Lake Butler. their daughteNin-law, Mrs. Floyd
Monday.
E.-M. 2c Freddie Johns of Nor- Norman. I
planted a-
has been
The hedge
folk, Va. visited his brother M. round the Mazville school and Mrs. Bettie Starling and Sarah p _

1 69 L. Johns Sunday. looks real nice. Before :'long now Norman brought Mrs. Ellen Nor- _

10-OUNCE DEMIN Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody of we will have our new portable man home' from-'Doctor's Hos-

Heights:called on their pital when,she
Sizes 28 42 S Keystone building. If we keep trying, maybe was discharged
Moody Mon- 'afternoon.
mother, Mrs. Emily we will have a school yet. Wednesday
day. We are sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish }oil'. Visitors of the' Lacey Normans 1'o .

Get Your Profit-Sharing CouponsROBBINS' Mrs. Moody Is very sick at this and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and family Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Honey
time Wilkinson and daughter, and
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin if Ill
it f
Mr, and Mrs. Seeber Moody botham and daughter and Mrs. Nancy McPherson of Maxville; Iy 1

were in Lake City Sunday afternoon Hattie Nolan enjoyed a fishing Mr. and bits Roy Griffis and Mrs.R. Circulates Water Continuously

visiting, the George Green trip to Black Creek last,Monday C. Griffis. of Lawtey; Mr. and

family. afternoon and .-a. fish fry 'after Mrs. M. L. Thompson of ,Jacksonville During Washing and Rinsing .

ward. ( ; Rev..George Chism and 1i teat*t**M> MrMt Hfr.. Wt..** .
**V tattl to
the *
THE RIGHT POINT for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters of Mrs. Chism and their son of !..*...Hctp.......t yw d e... Yaw h**.tg.?_
.,
way you ,write. Come In and select Jacksonville have given the 'name Moniac.Mr. l "y0nr-Ip.0.II'.mctiMt chn 10 entry 4r.rioy,y w..Iw.pw.MM/r*.MI ampl**:!;........r.M.,..wrf
The Store Of Values .. ........ ... ..
\ favorite ESTERBROOK to their new and Mrs. A. A. Crews of i tt Mhtr |jl act rpt M*....ntf L.
Darlene .
your of Angela Farm .._.**.,...NEW AUTOMAIC WASrflNG ftuUCLfcfimf
We regret that the State 'visited Maggie .
WI Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. baby daughter. -
Mrs. Waters, had to return to the Crews Sunday afternoon.Hal i. G..,..............+..-,.,........-r....01*. .
and remain Edwards of Orange Park : w" .....: --ir...M Uy fm tt_.rA
hospital on Tuesday night ': ..,-
was in our community Wednesday 1"--y ,
until last Friday and has .
.oaitlnoa t0/n10I l-aaa wowol-0IM
to have complete bed rest at home I afternoon. I ttwY ,.._ r ..1. ..w.l...l-f.wi.. ..
for awhile.,The babY' is still in I Our Revival ended Sunday with .a.r.y..rrG1..r. ....Ie<..... _er..
good attendance each night. I : ::;r -- -SS-

FREE the hospital. believe six were baptized. Rev. ; till 1., ,-.. aa.. ,...-Jorlpo, ,..-_.,..... ..;......
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and :1.f? ..,...-..,.-"'-,r.t..eft"""....... ........
children of Jacksonville had Sun- Boals was the preacher. .' ..' .,-.----,.
Dorothy : We'wish Mr. and Mrs. Tom : r'
day dinner with Mrs:
and family.. i Whaley speedy' recovery. MM. ...
Waters SEI1 d sal

1. 21" R.C.A. VICTOR Mrs. Dan Parrish and granddaughter .:Jean Whaley Wilkinson.is the former Barbara ...'.":'t!4 a IP i try ) Afl95y
,
s, Jo Ann and Rhonda '
: COMPATIBLE COLOR TV Parrish and Miss Martha Harris Mr.-and Mrs. W. C. Hardee' and y: :.Jt

visited in Starke,last-Thursday.Miss children of Callahan visited.
254 SQ. INCH VIEWABLE PICTURE Linda Waters accompanied friends and relatives here Satur-! l r4wa L't

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson day afternon.

and daughter. Marsha to J tek- _
Exchange
sonvile Sunday to visit with Mr. 'LIVE BAIT BOATS

and Mrs. Jack Waters.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson and COTTAGESRUTLEDGE'S-

daughter Live Oak spent last WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

weekend here visiting with Mrs. 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn

t Dorothy Waters and family. Route 100 234 N- Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Phone 166
i Little Jackie and Lynn Watersof

l, Jacksonville are staying with ,, ..' ., '< -_"-- _'__ ,_,u'___,_r '_'- __ ,_'_ ,__ J___ __ __ ,
their grandmother Mrs. Dorothy

Waters and family while ,their See the FLORIDA National

mother, Mrs, Jack Waters Is re-
f, i ?kLCOMPLETEWITH cuperating.Mr ...... '

$. D. J. Parrish and children;

Patty, and David and Mrs. Rudy Before you Buy

Higginbotham were visitors in 4'
-
.
.*
Jacksonville, last Thursday '

Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginboth- .and! Suva !. J

am and children and Mr. and Mrs. ,
,
Johnnie Sweat and son were visi-

tors hi Starke Monday.We b

wish to extend congratu- ,, lll If it's a new car See the Florida Bank at Starke

lations'to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson i,. before you buy and Save! Yes, you can save as much

oil the birth of twin boys ,.,, as a month's payment when you finance your'car with '

: ANTENNA INSTALLED born last week Wilkinson in a Jacksonville is.the. /, .rx<., a low-cost ,Florida auto financing loan. You may also

DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW! son hospital of Mr.Mr.,and MrsBuddT Wilkinson ,,,, ,> a.rR select your own insurance agent and finance the insurance
n
.t of Maxville. i > : ;. w, premium .,if you wish. Stop in at the

Saturday June 14 1958 7:30 P.M. Florida Bank at Starke today and get the facts about
To Be Given Away Mr. and Mrs. Buford Biggin--: low-cost

,NO PURCHASE NECESSARYIMPERIAL botham. Mr. and Mrs.. E. D. Hig financing. _
ginbotham and children and Miss

Merle Higginbotham visited in

SERVICE Jacksonville,Saturday night with FLORIDA Bank

Mr. and,Mrs:. Lyle.Schmehls and .

S T A TlO II family. On Sunday'morning, Mr. h,' atStark*
l
and Mrs.Schmehls and children, aJ

accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. '
;
'he _'. '.r.'H.' .1!.1J
I C., Schmehls of Jacksonville lefton.a ,
1575 N. TEMPLE AVE. U. 'S. 301 STARKE, FLA.

trip to. California, -- ,.' 'where- ; J _
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aTI miss' tu Green I\ Plans Completed Mabel Jane Sublett -

I Is Complimented For Miles-Bunch And Harry Green

At Afternoon TeaMiss Wedding SundayMiss To Wed July 5

Lu Green,
popular bride-
Martha Ann Bunch
anQ
elect, whose marriage will be
au
Bill F. Miles have completed laps
event of June 21, was the inspiration = w f1 W FrY
fcr their marriage en Sunday
May p. m.
J ____ ._.. .... -uday afternoon! in the ,Starke Elk Presbyterian Church, Banner
Roman's Club by Mrs..L. F' Din-

Jennings-Kerschel jOES Chapters kins, Mrs. W.. B. Mundy, Mrs. C. Elk Rev., N. A.C. C. Swofford grand- .

. Engagement Told I Welcome WGM J.A Houpt,pink and and white Mrs.color*. O. scheme Powell. father of the bride will officiate,

.. and the bride will be given in
On Official VisitThe Gas carried out in the floral de
marriage by her father George
Derations throughout the club'ouse.
Worthy Grand Matron, ..The mantelin the lounge, H. Bunch.
The bride will have as maid of
Mrs her there the line h'y 1
Freda.McElvgnrtnade4 receiving stood, was ... Miss Georgianna
sister,
t a. honor her
tllicml- ,visit to ,taike.Chepter graced with a beautiful center arrangement 7 si 4 a .ts i FM Bunch, and bridesmaids will bo
No. 224 and Lake BuUer of pink and white ,
std < \ Chapter 3 Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. of Starke.
Ho. 49.ai a_ :joint meeting tared{ ill gladioli flanked by five-branched 1LAA and Miss Carol Thorneloe of r\ir- ,

3 arke on-April 21., V i antique brass candelabra at either iT:. est City N. C. cousin of the bride

The' chapter room was beautifully end. holding blush pink tapers. :, Maxie Carter Jr. of Starke willrerv'e t tI
decorated fpiv the. occasion The table in the lounge held a and ushers
1 best man
as
ti.. with spring ..floi'ers'In.' the':rolocs lovely brass bowl of blush pink t 1 will be Robert Turner of the

.4 of the .Grand. Matron;- ..yellow, su'eetheartICSes. The front of the, .#: State Farm, and Jim Chaste of
rt blue! ,. and white., Her nptto, stage in the auditorium was bank.
Starke
"Take Time to Be Kind ) was ed with magnolia leaves a '
: with a F r .f 1 1Y 1l >11 friends and relatives arc
dieplyed Jn e1Westt ? branched silver candelabra in
xLr invited to attend the ceremony
,Taa-fOf ficers. c( :both chaptersmatched. the background holding burning and the reception which will !-
; .tfito. .,in a'h blush pink tapers.
.f90m 5 ;; Icw at the home of the bride';,
wearing; identical corsages uf bl>tf The tea table in the sunroom Elk.
in Fanner _
parents
and yellow, and the Laka Butler was beautiful with a white ,satin
r'd Ipffi :2ie wedding rph?ar.,
officers cpcned the meeting with and, lace cloth centered with a f b Preceding Mr- and Mrs Jesse Sublett of
Mr. and Mrs.
Ida Fortner, Worthy Matron and silver bowl holding pink ef'Ila-' : sd Saturday\ ,night, at, dinrwr Walter Hill, Tenn. announce the
Allen Young, Worthy Patron, pre: tions and white pompcm chrysan- 1 Bunch will be hosts a engagement of their daughter
of the wedding
,siding. themums. The arrangement ,was : honoring members Mabel Jane to Harry Nikon
The Worthy Grand: Matron was balanced by silver candelabra party. Green son of Mrs. Nelson Green
:'ntroduced and welcomed by holding tall pink,candles. Silvertea and the late Mr. Green of St&rke.
Louise Kite, Worthy Matron of services were placed at either charge of the tea table, :fMrs. TV -* "Receiving Imo af tea' for Miss Lu Green last ".Saturday afternoon: 'WMU Luncheon The wedding will be an event

Starke. Also introduced wer: end of the table and silver trays B. Harduis, Mrs. Hogan Smith, ((1-r) Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. C. J. Houpt, Miss Green Mrs. L. F, Meeting Held of July 5 at the Kelly's Chaoel

Frances Keisling and Verna Brice,I held dainty pink and white cakes Mrs Marcie Carter Sr.Ml'Jim, Dinkins, Mrs. L J. Powell, and Mrs. Lex Green: mother of the honor ; Methodist Church in Walter Hill.
Dr( and Mrs Lloyd H. Jennings Past Grand Matrons, and E. W. and. mints and small sandwiches. Ch steen, Mrs Lavern Outlaw guest. Executive BoardThe The bride-elect is a graduate of
announce the Garris and Vincent Brice. Past: the and Mrs. D. I Thomas-PresidiIg /
engagement of their Greeting guests as they arrived I Walter Hill High School and Mid-
daughter; Carol Lynn, to FrvinG. Grand Patrons. were Mrs., Ethel Parks and at the tea table were Mrs._ Y, A. I First Baptist Church WMU dle Tennessee State College
I
Kerschel Jr son of Mr. and Grand Officers introduced were Mrs L. A. Davis. Standing in ,the Harris of Gainesville, grandmother Blankenship, Mrs. Carl Roberts Rosier, Mrs. R. A. Colson Airs. held its luncheon meeting at the where she held membership the
Mrs. E. G. Kerschel of Garrison Mary Laura Johnson,. Grand receiving, line were Mrs 1.. G. of the bride-elect Mrs. F. Mrs. Doyle Conner Mrs. H B. Charles Darby and Mrs O. L. I church at noon Tuesday with Mrs. Kappa Omicron Phi fraternity.She .
Minn. Treasurer; Frances Gray, Grand Powell, Mrs. Lex Green motherof P. Stump: Mrs Lloyd Green,',Mrs. Peyton Mrs E:' F. Miles, Mr$. Beasley. W. B. Mundy, president, presiding.Rev. now holds a teaching positionin
The wedding will be an event Conductress; and Jessie :Mae the bride-elect, Miss Lu Green,. Il Di.: Haines, Mrs. G. J, McGriff, Maxie' Carter, Jr'. Mrs. Dick ,Out-of-town guests included EewiS Haines opened the Bradford High School.

ofv.June 9.Garden. Hicks, Grand Ruth. Mrs. Calvin Houpt Mrs. L, P.. Sr. and Mrs. Charley Johns. The Caufman, Mrs. Barbara Breazeale Miss Mary Lou Harris, Mrs. J. meeting with prayer. Mr. Green is a graduate of

Other distinguished guests present Dinkin and Mrs. W. Mundy. bride's guest book was kept by I Mrs. Del Colley, Mrs. George I Fred Harris, and Mrs. Y. A. Har- Rev. Ben Borders, evangelist I Bradford High School and attended -

Club included Irma Garris, and Assisting the hostesses during Mrs. Joan York and Mrs.' G. J.' Kopelousos. J:- H. Moncrief, ris of Gainesville, Mrs. peorge was the guest speaker and gavean the University of Flondft.

Ruth Huber. Past Grand Chaplains the first or second receiving McGriff, Jr. Also assisting were: Mrs. Junius Smith, .Mrs. T. 'A. Coleman and Mrs. R. S. Johns talk on "Salt and He ispresently employed b> the
To Receive Slate : Ima Williams and Irene hours were: Inviting guests to the. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Mrs. V, D. Yawn Jr. Mrs. H. M. Hateher, of Lake Butler, Miss Sue Horningof interesting Florida National Guard at Camp

Of New OfficersTwo Johns, Past Grand Organist}; tea table Mrs. C.., H Nasworthy. Silcox. Mrs.. S.'L. Peek, Sr.., Mrs.' Jr., Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Mis. W. Winter Park, and Miss Sandra I Its Many Me nings." A short I' Blanding.

Marjcrie Driggers, Past Grand Mrs Mattie Gahagan, Mrs. Guy L.-A. Davis, Mrs. E. K. perrYman,' Si: McAlfleyMrs': Jimmy Rowe Johnson, Miss Esther Celita and I business meeting was held after.

educational films on' Adah; Louise Arnold, Past Gram Sale, Mrs. Charles Darby Mrs. J. Mrs. F. 'B. Beard, Mrs. Steve Mrs "J. M. VickersMrs.'M., H- Miss Margharita Santander. of II I wards. UDCToMeet

"Trees for Tomorrow" and "A Marshall; Helen ,Roberts Grand H. Dupre, Mrs. J." E. HardY Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. Sheppard, Mrs. 'Paul RaymondMrs. the University of Miami. -

Town in Old Mexico" were shown I' Instructor Dist. 8; Irene Frierson.Grand' Tyler Jones, Mrs. Gart Mathews: R. P. Demorest' Mrs. W;B. Sewell, .- A. R. Norman, Mrs. N. S.Dankel Three hundred and fifty guests The executive board of the-First W. T. Week's chapter U, O C
at the Starke Garden Club Instructor Dist. 24: Mabel Mrs. I. G. Harris, Mrs. Margaret Miss Della Rosenberg,. Mrs. R. P.McLendon. Miss Linda' Sale,. Miss were invited to call during the I will meet Wednesday afternoon,

meeting Monday evening at the Lansdell, Grand Instructor Uist, Blankenship Mrs. J. E. Hilde- .. .Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Elaine Sykes, Miss Sandra Jones, appointed hours, four to six o'- Baptist Church met Tuesday at May 7. at 3:30 o'clock at the
Parish House on Church ctreet. 10? Henrietta Hunt Grand Reore- bran and'Mrs. Ned Yancey. In Mrs. J. D. Warren, Miss Barbara Mrs. W. B,, Parks Mrs. N. B. clock. 11:15 a.n: in the church with 11 I home of Mrs. L. D. Vming With
The in charge' of sentative to Oklahoma; Erma members present. Mrs. W.
program was Mrs. J. E. Wilson as co-hostess,
Mrs. y A. Harris of Gainesville tl'l
Mrs. P. T. NoUn. program cnair- Pennington Grand Representative Miss Helen Haines Miss Hill To Wed Stork ShoWer was visiting :Ir. and Mrs. Mundy, president, conducted !

man report, who on also her gave sightseeing an interesting trip to ber Massachusetts, Past District; Beatrice Deputy Grand Far-; Weds Mr. Wysocki Ernest M. DouglasThe F, Mrs: .Lovell Lex Green and family over the I business meeting, during which I I were Mrs.business J. R. Kelly visitors and son.in Jacksonville Robert

through'Georgia last weekend. I Matron of New ,Yorkand: Beatrice i Of Jacksonville NAS At McRae HomeMrs. weekend. Ichairmen submitted their reports. : Monday.
engagement of Miss Ethel
Schroeder, Past District Deputy
Mrs. R. F. Young, president, ,
Irene
presided over the meeting. There Grand Matron of New York. Rev. and Mrs. Lewis D. Haines Hill, daughter of ,Mr_ and ."6.'L. 'Lovell was honoredat

'-called meeting Monday I The 44 Worthy Matrons, Wor- announce the marriage.of their C.Mrs. ;and; W. Ernest B. Hill of Charleston, S a lovely stork shower Tuesday Shore the Profits fa Sfofjke1M
M
,
evening May 12, at 7:30s: o'clockat thy Patrons, Past Matrons and daughter, Helen, to Michael A. of Mrs. Douglas, son evening given by Mrs. J. C. Sapp,
the Parish House when the Past Patrons were also welcomed.A Wysocki, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lep Mr. Douglas'J. K of Douglas and the late Mrs. Fred, ,Haislop., Mrs. James

nominating committee will present courtesy given in candlelight, Wysocki of Belleville, N. J. The Brooker has been Starling,. Mrs. J.: G. Jackson, and I
announced
.the slate of new officers. entitled "Florida Stars," was presented marriage took place Wednesday, brideelect.The ,by parents of the Mrs, BMMcRae, _at the home f
by the officers of both April 23. the latter oi i' S. Epperson street.

Karen Bennett chapters, during which 'Honorary The former Miss Haines Is a May 3 wedding, is planned for May Pink and white roses were -used

Memberships and love gifts were; graduate of BHS, class of : 2. and to advantage ,in_decorating: the

Is Party Honoree... presented from each L hapter. attended Mars Hill Junior College party rooms.for. occasion. The
v j Ju* .fc.Mfs. Mrs. Glen -
.'David Bennett entertainedat Preceding- the official .vist a -and Stetson University.. She: Sanders refreshment table was overlaid
banquet was held in the recreation was secretary of the First Baptist Is Guest Of Honor with .a hand-crocheted cloth and:
Tuesday -
a lovely birthday party
building of the First Methodist Church for two years and, has centered with crystal bowl heldn Vf te! *Xi>RS
afternoon, April 22, for her On -
Church in honor of Mrs. McE en. been employed by Prudential In- Birthday # pink and white roses. '
daughter. Karen who was two FRh-SAT
She was presented a' lovely corsage urance Co. in Jacksonville for The,,many lovely and; ureful: ,

years An attractive old., pink white color in her colors, the past two years, Mr. Wysocki Mrs.at Glen Sanders was honored gifts 'were presented to the honoree .Ma 2 3
a lovely
The tables, were placed in a U- graduated from Belleville High birthday, party in a,pink and white bassinet. tt
motif was carried out in the shape and place 'markers were School in 1952 and attended Bob Sunday afternoon from three' to The hostesses also gave her a Per- -
flowers. A pink linen cloth five .
o'clock
Spring at her ''
little dolls dressed in yellow and Jones University in Greenville, S. home 631Francis spnol gift .as a memento of the

which overlaid was the centered refreshment with pink table and blue. A beautiful flower arrange- C. for two years He entered the street,. given, .by Mr t Sanders occasion < Ill t t i Give ThePractical

ment of yellow glads and blue U. S. Navy in 1955 and is presently Purjhg the evening appropriate
white in shallow con A
gladioli a pink
and white
color
motif
statUs decorated the head table. stationed at the Jacksonville games were played and prizes
tainer. The nine little guests weregiven was attractively carried out in '
I Station. were awardM: to Mrs. D. E.
During the banquet little Linda Naval Air Y c '
party blowers and basketsof the flower Gift
arrangements of white
candy as favors. Futch and Suzi Broadway presented Mr. and Mrs. Wysocki are residing ;gladioli and pink roses.. The lace Thornton rand. Mrs, Fred Watter- LO

Mrs. Bennett was assisted by song and. dance. numbers. in Jacksonville at. the pre- covered refreshment table held 'a son.About 35' guests attended this \\t'$ :_ ,,
accompanied by Miss ,
her mother Mrs. Frazier Chaw They were sent.
crystal punch bowl at one end delightful affair. The Gift That
and sister, Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns. Louise Stem which was surrounded with fern

Presbyterian Women and white daisies and at the to ,
Stark
Share the Profits in See Film StripA other end was a beautiful pink SPRING >-;- Lasts A Life Time

1 1 and white birthday cake. .
film strip "Together with Assisting.; Mr. Sanders were Mrs: /RICES/
God." spotlighting the outreach E. .1"". Miles, Mrs. N. S. Dankel; O\\\S\ \ )

program of the church, featuredthe and Mrs, E. D Tenly. I SAMSONITEGive

monthly meeting of the Women :

41Q La of the First Presbyterian May Day DanceS
in the haul Tuesday .
Church assembly
For r$BOF( ,
t SaturdayBy
night. Mrs. Robert Chapman
FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 2 3
presided and the devotional was New Jaycees Indies' k

led by Mrs. Carl Kirtsinger. Mrs.J. Ship 'N Shore

CHENILLE RUGS G. Caldwell presented the film The annual May-Day Dance

strip. will be held Saturday night ,,at BLOUSESSPECIAL 1 "
With Rubber Coated Backs After a discussion of the ap- the USO building, from 10-2 sponsored t rllrt.tsec
e iroaching Homecoming services by the newly formed Bradford r; r

} Sizes 21 x 34 C and other matters of_ business,'! County Jaycees and; ".featuring -
"
Preshrunk refreshments were served to the the music of Tommy Carroll !
I '!
Assorted Colors 18 members present by Mrs. B. C. and his orchestra. ,

Holtzendorf Sr.,, Mrs. William Admission is $3 per couple with

CHENILLE Johnson and Mrs. C. M. Turney. proceeds going. into the Community ,
'
v Swimming Pool fund. Tickets $2j

maybe purchased from.any Jaycee -

BATHROOM SETS IY D B CTARKE or Junior ,Wcman's Club strt N1tt e -
:
member or at the door "- ty
: v'- 't '
FL-: : [ .w.
Size 18 x 30 Ill 1 ; OafsModer.thest" ,r +;Ct w '
;
Assorted 94' 1 Junior Club Will BRASSIERESSPECIAL with self ,isieg t ,.
'
Colors Wiy Available ialothei i
'Fri., Sat. = Slay 2, 3 Install OfficersThe iaishes.

SPECIAL! PER SET DOUBLE FEATURE
$$1
Ma and Pa Kettle Junior Woman's Club will i 9S One Piece Now
Mrs. J. H. Dennis meet Monday,' May 5, at 8 p. min :
At' Home the club building. Election of .. .. I T-- and Add More Later

Better Quality : Marjorie MAin and Percy. Kilbride officers for the coming year will Lea. Cfs.rti .

ANDSmoke be held wjth Mrs. Judd.. CI1apma Mrs. L a low as C
CHENILLE SPREADS of Tallahassee, state chairmanof Pickering CHOOSE FROM 1 IHawaiian

SignalDana Juniors as installing officer. I a, 1pI c
t \, Andrews Piper I Laurie Committee chairmen will give; y $4995 Blue! '
UP T010.95: 'i88' Plus Serial' Chap: 8, and, Color annual reports. Ilk.- !

ON SALE AT 6 Cartoon Serving as hostesses for the Seamless 5- J Z"Yri S London Jrey J

meeting 1 be Mrs..:Harry Rabb;
SUN MON. TUES. Tan f f
Saddle
chairman. .Mrs R. 8. )Mullins, flO
Cannon's !May\ 4, 5, 6 Mrs._ Don Kokomoor, Miss Bar, s. Whether thoTsradyajYi choice iVmodern, o Rawhide
DOUBLE FEATURE .
j bara Spencer, Mrs: Jack %Griffin, HOSE traditional *r transitional, we have a lane ,
Nationally ,Advertised Tension Table and Mrs. Warren Winkle sty Bermuda Green
"CAREFREE"BED at Rock 4e4ar chest to fit her taste. AH Lane chettt Delivers !

Richard Egan, Dorothy Malone tarry. a moth protection guaranty' 'fAJyWKttf
AND Fish Supper '
fEiMS
SPREADS '
The: Way To The Gold At Glisson HomeAn Jlr*. F. B. Beard

Regular 6.98SPECIAL Jeffrey Hunter, Sheree North, 8ge 4
Plus C lor (Cartoon lor.Children outdoor fish supper was held a'f= -4 Use Our Budget 'Plan' .. Get Your Profit-Sharing Coupons
r
398 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edr

Wed., Thurs. !May\ 7, 8 gar Glisson last Friday,. night... It's A Fact You
DOUBLE FEATURE The fish were caught from Sampson Can Do ,Better At
Lake totaling 175 perch an$
Death of a ,Scoundrel catfish. | ",,-

STORES ; George Sanders, Yvonne DeCarlo Those attending the supper

E L E And were Mr.and Hre. Nathan Tillis.: Denmark Furniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Ottaway Tillis and

.MU- 111 E. Call St. SMILEYIntroducing family, Mrs. Geneva Norman. M A w ii, 1 4
I : CVJi h. r.t,1'&l'8 and.Mrs. F. B. Ferguson and son

5 9, "Smiley" ,_ and Mr. 'and Mrsp.-lv. Browninzaad 'j' 434 436 West Call St. PHONE is 1 Starke Florida
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L. S. Hutta and.family had Mr.. !and ,Mrs: .. Roy, Crenshaw.anAfamJy Mr and Mrs. Robert. Firth.nave Lee tr" 'V Hostess"- j Barbecue SupperAt Kingsley '(WAThursday
as weekend guests. Mr. and :Mrs. o1Ocala} -were: Sunday u.gueats. 'Kr., and Mr., Gilbert{ Y
Brad" Locke and" ''Iron,. Mz, and visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. J James Clegg of Milwaukee. Wise for a At Birthday Party i II | Reddish HomeSheriff Met

Mrs. T. P. Hutto and family, and L. Chitty. few days! ,'and Mr-and Mrs. Ed!: I
Mrs. Mabel Denmark of Jackson junius Smith Is, visiting Mr. Firth of Davison Mich. for two, .Lee Darby}who was nine: years i and Mrs.P. D.-Reddish I The'' Kingsley Lake YWA met

ville. Mr .. L..S. Hutto returnedto and Mrs. Ernest.Jones in Washington weeks. ,' I old.on sundaY,.celebrated the oc- were hosts at a barbecue supper last Thursday night at the home
Jacksonville with. the T. 1<'. : D. C. this week.t Mrs. Mrs Rosa May, HiUendahl of n.s1on"with: ,a party for a few of;; last Friday evening in their yard cl Miss Judy. Ellington. with the

THE NEWS Huttos ,for a few, days Visit.' Smith spent the; weekend with Houston..Texas was,the.overngiu her neighborhood' friends; that for their son, Vernon who is study course beIng.taught by Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. 0. Johnson of her son-in-law_and-daughter.Mr. guestMonday, cf..her: son, Louis;,afternoon from three to five. o'- home on two weeks vacation from H. H. Mott. Guests included Mrs.

Valdosta,, Ga. spent Thursday, ta ari.d Mrs. CharlesiMyers\ in JacK- Hillendahl, ,and family.: clock. !his position with the Texas Sun McDonald and Miss Anita Mott.
- Mrs. Phyllis Darby-.and: Dea Walters Oil Co. Following the study course refreshments -
with
Monday their:.daughter. sonville. Thomaa.Gill: entered'' Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. J: G. Holton and Rev. W. S. McAliley and father flU E., Bradley,. and fam y.pley Mr, and Mrs.I'Frazier ShaW County Hospital Monday for observation directed, the children hi- games Thirty guests enjoyed the were served by the

daughter; Linda Kay;. spent the C. C. McAliley, attended the attended the.funeral ot an aunt in! visited Mr. and Mrs J. D., Tom- and assisted I Mrs.;,Charles Darbv, chicken and steak barbecue sup- hostess assisted by her mother

weekend at Bradenton and Tampa Erskine Alumni banquet at tile Rradenton. Friday afternoon and linson and .family at Jacksonville. Mr.'.and Mrs.,.William.Wand are lay serving, ;irclreshmenisi Quests' per. I Mrs. Freddie Ellington.
with friends and relatives. Mayflower Hotel in Jacksonvilleon visited relatives and- friends in Beach on ,Sunday.. occupying'.',an apartment at* the,j were. given favorsi of. party blow :

. Tuesday o: last week. Kev. Dadq Cty: Saturday and.,Sunday, Mrs. Jim Austin. of Lake. Gen- home of .).Irs'Joe.Hoover.' .12$ H.ChurchiSLjc ers candy, and balloons.

1&-"If ,'j. McAliley was elected vicepresident Mrs. Albert Lee- Crosby and eva is confined in the Bradford : Mr. Wardia. ..employed :-
:! of the Nortfi Florida chapter. children were, visiting Mr. and County Hospital following a ati the State Pt'isonreceiYiDga : Social r \ (Club Meets PROTECT your DRIVER'S licenseBUY

Attending the Pioneer Conclaveof Mrs. M. EL Gliason at Thompson stroke.. Her.daughter, Mrs. W..H. d-'acharge: fron the armed forces
FloridaTHEAIR.E the Western District of Suwan- Lake: on Saturday. Edwards, ot Atlanta is staying on Yarc :14 after!'.serving with Twenty-three' members ,of; the
nee Presbytery at Camp .,Montgomery Miss, Linda Kay. Sale had as a with :Mr.. and Mrs., Drew..Reddish the Air Fob.in England tor two Starke Social Club gathered in lit.Mark's : i

last Saturday were Sally weekend guest :Miss Mary Brooks during her mother's confinement.. and a half-years Mrs. Ward is a Parish., House Tuesday,
.. Ann Epperson Marc Jackson, of Jacksonville. ,.E England.. April:24> for a- bus ness meetmg I
Mrs. H. A. Durden of Jackson native of
Dorothy Hardy, Carolyn Lee, Mrs. R. O. Dansby spent the end! entel a nment., LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE
ville, Beach and.Mrs. Carrie Sud: Mrs. Sidney .\Walker: Way-
( Mary Schmitt, Donnie and Kay weekend in Ozark. Ala. with her dath of Jacksonville were last cross, Ga visiting. Mr. and Mrs. .Mrs., Bertha Pearce was elect-I

Ann Bagwell Rosie and Buck parents Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. An- Fr'day guests of Mr and Mrs. J. P. D..Fancher Sr for.two weeks ed jsecretary-treasurer to succeed

Kight, and Tommy M lanus. drews. H. Ritch. Mrs. .F* Gi..Hntchnson; is visiting Mrs.. P. J..Wuattlebaam. who will i, No Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies

All Ready Made Seat Covers In Mr., and :Mrs.. David ,Reid and Mrs. Edward Burns returned friends,, Norfolk Va, I move to the Keystone Heights '
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Stock 25 Per Cent OFF, installa- son ot Jacksonville spent the Tuesday from a week's visit with George William Biahop 111 of area-about June L I I[

May 4, 5, 6 tion FREE. Shepherd's Radio & weekend with her parents Chief l Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cain in Mew the University> of, Miami spent I r Refreshments, were served to
'and Mrs: D. ,W. Carpenter,. at I Orleans La. the weekend" with hisfiancee, the group.by Mr. and.Mrs. James;;

BETTER THAN EVERl T.V.Mrs. Etta Hoover fia3 as Sun. ana Fe Lake and also visited Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent the Hiss, LUA.Green,'and- family i. Watson,.Mrs..Robert:: Halsall. and, i DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

The golden-voiced' day visitors, Mrs. Hfldabelle her sister, Mrs. Dolph Reddish, weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Mrs.; S.-:R< Roberts and Mrs., L,I Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum. I IWSCS i il

star in his exciting Bence and.1Irs. Nita Downing of who has. been quite Dl Mary Lane, in Jacksonville. R., Roberts of. Lake Butler were' Notice 1 +o W. Call Street Phone 25.the

NEW romance sings, Jacksonville, Dr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs., S. JC.!; Reyes and Mrs, Crosby H. ,Dawkins vand last Fridays, visitors, of Mr. and ;I,
Gr, girl! Chace, and Mrs. Elizabeth Sted- children o( Jacksonville were visiting daughters of Jacksonville /pent Mrs.. Wesleyi Andrews.. I
to new
a '
-J gorgeous man of Gainesville.Mrs. .Mr. and 1s. J. S. Sapp last Sunday with Mr. and, Mrs./W. H., Mr. and! :.Mrs.. Robert Barksdale :The. Methodist, WSCSi circles

Lillie S. Lewis, Mrs. J. C. Friday. \ NoDman. / and family,:and. Mr., and.Mrs.. J. will>meet.nezt.-.week &8..follows: Sha.e Profits in Stark

Robinson and Mrs. C. D. Shank of Mrs. James L. Chitty and son, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Hitch of W.. Home.of Hampton spent Sunday Circle.' 1. Tuesday: morning at

Apopka spent Sunday to Wednes- Mike, will leave Sunday for New Gainesville were overnight guests at Salt Springs and silver 10k.o'clock In .th Fellowship hall
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Springs. with Mrs.t J..R, .Wainwright Mrs
day with Mr. and Mrs. James YorkCity .where.Alike will under- Wednesday .
Lewis. go physical...c examinations.< Ritch. They left Thursday for a '''Mr., and.Mrs.. I. K* Forth have I I IMerrill Struth.and Mrs. A. N.
TaW- -- k J two weeks vacation West as far returned to their nonie in Charles- .Holliday as hostesses. I i

-.. i as Wyoming., .They were accom. ton.. W., Va. after spending two Circle 2.. Monday afternoon at;
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n / I 't'j panied as.far.u. weeka-.with their daughter, Mrs. 3 o'clock in the Fellowship Hall :
in Star DaphneAla. by
Profits
\ ... f' J tl.J. Share- the with Mrs. L, S, Hutto and Mrs. '
KiftV J I Mrs. H. M. Rfelarde. ot;the,,State Charles,.Bias, and family.
(COLOR! Shellie Hall as hostesses. I
1 1 Farm ,who stopped oft there, to Mr. and Mrs,. Harry Tripp, ot .
.f Circle 3, afternoon at j.
Monday
MARIO : visit.Mr.. and Mrs Torn Buscn, -
LANZA. New Port Richey were weekend
: 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 2 3You'll
former Starke residents. until guests .of Mr,! and, Mrs Vernon ,
;
:Bertha Pearce with Mrs. W. B.

; I Seven: Hills \ Sunday.'Mrs. J..E. Wilson'I' .was,ia.Coral, Smucker.of Mrs,Rosie Saratoga Girton of Heights St Peters., Parks as co-hostess. have toM

of Rome iI Gables-the past,week,visiting; Mr. burg spent;,the weekend with her Executive BoardThe

I and: ; Min Howe.Moredock. son. Cleveland. ;.Neal. .of Theressa. IHURRYor
Mr.: and Mrs.l B. MMcRae and '
I. BENATOm MARISA \ J ,,Judge and: Mrs?E.,K,. anspent.the executive board of the
SueJacksonl visited ,
PEGGIE. Miss Jtfr and Starke
Woman'sClub will meet
;weekend in.Atlanta, Ga.
MAY 2 3Shopportutiitty
[ RASCEL ALLASIO CASTLE FRIDAY, SATURDAY ; Mrs;,Clyde,.Hojghey in Gainesville whew..Judge;Perryman .attended Thursday afternoon. May 8, at $ .. this one!
ftMcitowtuu** ihiMtf ncttuauii 3:30 :
Sunday afternoon. : o'clock at the club house.
\ iUOMNOCUCTIM his. annual class reunion at EmoryUnlyersUy.t
,Hr- A. .LaWson.isa0aewbatsm-
Plus "Ripping Romance" Car- proved after nina, weeks. ?, illaess I I Elementary PTAThe ap
toon Mrs;.J..M. Mitchell and.ifr.and MIV and\>:Mrs. Zack-i Crawford w tfei
andson D\OvecI.ove.r the weekend ;3
; ta
Starke Elementary School
,
Mrs. Lester Crewsand, daughter
( i4m te,:20Tvi-2.'NW let .St, ,Gainesville PTA will meet. Tuesday. Gws
May 6,
WED., THUR. FRI. Carolyn, and t, MitcneU of .
Days
...where Mr.=Crawford is em- ''in the cafetorium.
A covered dish
JacksonviUe.visited friends in Callahan -
May 7 8 9
,
on Sunday ployed by, Edwin Peck naval I supper will be served, and all

THEY'RE' IN A, CLASS Profit Sharing Coupons Now Mr. and Mrs, J. D."Griftls..and :stores-tooker. members are urged to attend. a r,: : ",-'-, ) i.i,

Mrs. R. C..Dampier attended .tne NOTICE OF CMPAID'DELINQUENT TANGIBLE PERSONAL
I BY THEMSELVES! funeral.Tuesday morning,,of JArs. PROPERTY TAXES -'s
Available; Onnie Thrower in, Jacksonville.Mrs. As provided' by Chapter 80723 acts of 1941. Notice is hereby given that
tangible personal.
property taxes Assessed for 1957
year are now delinquent
Thrower\ .was ,the Wife ,of and beginning" April 1 such taxes are drawing interest of one per cent per
CoL MIx: Thrower,former Starke month pltw porportionate cost of publishing the notice. Unless the amountsset 4. e rt
GAS "llpo8lte.eacli name below are paid before the 15th of May, A. D. 1958,
w resident. warrant* will be issued thereon directing the levy upon the seizure of tangi-
andAPPMIDA Ronald.Soto underwent surgery ble personal property of the tax payers for unpaid taxes, penalties and ad-
ditional costs. The names of delinquent personal property tax payers and
Monday in Alachua General Hospital the amount of taxes ti
.. CO. including the cost of advertising and the penalties are as 36
R.,1. 4ewe. follows
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w rlt > tw. and getting along: ntcejy .
Your Pyrofax Gas Dealer Mrs. Effie johns and Mrs. Henry J. W. Andrews Jr. 38.55 Carl patch 27.84 -
x 3i Carter of Maxville will visit Bell's Garage 3.36 Dennis H. Smith 18.66 ONLY .
Bradford Barber Shop 12.54 E. H. Smith 61.50 _
119 S. Walnut St. Phone 301 Mrs. Carrie Smith and Mrs..S. c. Coney Island Shop 4.89 Guy Starling 23.85 _
Smith in Dade City over the Ducky -, 30.90 K. t J. Rest. 15.60 ,.
Farmers, 36 .
Supply 23.25. Try-Me Cafe' S..aa
SPECIALS
WATCH FOR OUR ADVERTISED' weekend. Aurelius Green Gro., S.u Herb Thomas 23.25
1 STARTING SOON IN THIS NEWSPAPER Wayne Mundorff enlisted in the Mildred Griffin S.3S West End' Grocery 18.66C. -- '
B. F.Halt 7.95 R. Williams 29.98!
Army in Jacksonville on Mondayand Jack Haxen 15.60 Sallie Williams %,60 5.95, 6.95, 7.95 Values
was sent to Fort Jackson S. Hi-Tone Music COL 9.48 CARL, JOHNS
Ulli Mae Hood 1.83K City Tax Collector,
.
C. reassignment.
II & J Truck Terminal 15.60 City of Starke
Share' the Profits in Stark Mr. and Mrs. Max1e.-Carter Jr. Raymond; Lang Pontiac 38.55 Bradford County, Florida Lovely CHENILLE BED SPREADS
Reddish
Gary 3.31
,of Kingsley Lake are moving to I IT .
) 1 1 the Maxie Carter Sr. home on NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT' TANGIBLE -
I road 301 South today while the PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES Shopportunity Special! 9.95
As provided by Chapter !20723 Acts of 1941. Notice la hereby given that
1I senior Carters are moving to their tangible personal property taxes assessed for year 1957 are now delinquent
Kingsley Lake home. and beginning April 1st such.taxes are drawing interest of one per cent per ONLY ONE TO A CUSTOMER V
month plus the porportionate cost of publishing this notice. Unless the amounts -
:Mrs. S. A. Weldon had her family
set opposite each below
name are paid before the first day of May,
home for the weekend. There 1'9' 5 8.. warrants will be Issued thereon directing levy upon the seizure of the 72 ONLY Ladies Very Nice
\( CttWiQlfcVANimj l /i e were Mr. and .Mrs. Steve Weldon tangible personal property of the taxpayers for unpaid taxes penalties and
additional costs. The
name of delinquent personal property taxpayers and
j iMMitMuuiruutK a.w iaoiasu! S: and Jimmy Weldon of Jacksonville ,- the amount of-taxes including the cost of advertising and the first month'Ipenaltlar.e ;
ut.. Ml_ a u.-a IWCMU Li* as follows: VAL-
Bill Weldon, Merchant Marine COTTON DRESSES 3.95
FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 2 3
Plus ."Jerry and Goldfish" who has been home for two SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 Mildred Griffin 780
weeks vacation from :Marcus J. W. Alvarez 5.41 Z. Z. Griffis 7.05
Cartoon Charles S. Ambs 18.54 Hamilton's ,Septic Tanks 11.61 opportunity Special!
Hook Pa. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Azalea *
53-Piece Set Motel 27.65 Jack Hazen 37.7; 2.9
Patrick. and.son of Sneads. Bigbam Enterprises Inc 274.15 Hi-Tone Music Co. !%.7I!
SAT. MAY 10TH PLATE SILVER Carl L. Brown 11.24 B. C... HolUendorf Jr. 28.78 Uto-20 14 1-2 to 24 1-2
COMMUNITY Viki Struth is ill with
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE mumps.Mr. Sam Brown, 11.24 Lillie Mae Hood 4.0a
and Mrs. Paul Riley and John U. Bryan 5.77 K: J*. Truck Terminal 37.78
FIRST LOVEReg. Hazel Goodell Coopedge 11.24 Raymond Lang Poatiae gut Mrs. Hubert Priest
CORONATION Mrs. Minnie Roberts of Washington Paul U Crawford, Jr. 1.76 C. H. Mc-Dougle. Barber Shop 7.iO ,
YY MIOTuuu 1>. C. are weekend guestsof Curtis Dukes 14.89 G. J. McOriff 56.53
Dare Henderson 1!.!i4 Carl Ritch
Reg. 67.7"
LADDPRESTONitem Mr. and "Mrs. J. IX..Warren.
Floyd King ll.S '
C. H. Sistrunk 19.0'
Jerry W. Klrkland.or.JacksOnville Arvis! C. Kirkland 13.79 Guy Starling 56.53K. STUMP'SDEPARTMENT
S9.95 93.25 Loy Lee 109.69!I IL. & J. Hest. 37.7
1w
the
,Beach was Monday
.
MARS HALLCRISP"mwm L. Parks 3.9i Herb Thomas 56.5:
w NOW NOW luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuw 3t.7 Try-Me-Cafe 7.80
Frazier Shaw. A. G. Sumner 7.59! Paul Underbid I!I.05
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. S C. R. Williams 73.0
t ; Judge and Mrs. B. K. Ferryman John S. Bur l & F. V. Hyatt 7.80 W. E. Williams 19.05J. STORE

499S 54-50 visited Mr. and Mrs. Julian Coney Zary! Crawford Island. Shop 11.54 11.54 Tax. R.Collector Kelly

SUM'AND Peek and family formerly of Daymon Dell Barber Shop 4.05 Bradford County, Florida E. CALL ST. PHONE 100

iTA iNN1LQQ Eternally Yours Reg. 8935 NOW 49.95 Starke, on Sunday: While in Allan. Duckys 75.27 IT
A ta for the weekend. ,
A Paiamount 1!-/IIaSt '
1 Mrs. P. T. Noun, Mrs. Oma COt-
52-Pc. Holmes and'Edwards Now Only ton and Mrs. Masie Helms and

children of Green Cove Springs :
"Youth" Reg. 68.50 49.75 spent last Thursday to Saturday FREE DEMONSTRATION MEETINGHERE

touring through Rome Warm

/A CASTAWAY AND Springs and Thomasville, Ga.
LOVE UP TO $$50 M NDSETtFor ,Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand
I -HUNORY OIRUIIsunns DI family will spend the week- IN STARKE TUESDAY, MAY. 6,8:00 P.M. LIONS DEN

end in Crescent City visiting Mr. -
Y.omOld Watch Mr. and Mrs. Joe .Thomas. OF THE WORLD FAMOUS

I Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and

daughter, Evelyn spent the weekend -
II with G. Lr Sinclair and family DALE CARNEGIE COURSE

4almalR0id31-rz r oho in Manchester, Ga. I
n, a I ]ilr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill were
ENNUH MORE II y' o visiting :Mr. and Mrs Oscar Hendrix .

f' N OIAN CIIIN10CECIIPAIAEQ eotOn Your Chance_ of a Life-time end.Mr.in Waycross over the week I COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW THIS COURSE HAS

and Mrs,.Willard Pass and
IN TRADE ON A NEW to Own a Fine Diamond children of Tallahassee, spent, the HELPED THOUSANDS
OF PEOPLE TO
weekend with, 'Mr. and :Mrs. in- :
4. aV $7 .
ELGIN 45.00 man Green and Mr. and Mrs. L. .,

v. Value D. Green. GAIN SELF CONFIDENCE 9 IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay and
.. During Shopportunity $69.50 .50 daughter, Geraldine attended the t'' OVERCOME ,NERVOUSNESS

s Days Value. wedding' of a cousin, Jimmy Gay, BEFORE GROUPS SPEAK EFFECTIVELY
BttJHMUtn' $85.00 in' Cross City Sunday noon.
TECHNICOLOR* 1trnr COSTUME SETS Value 52 Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family t INCREASE YOUR ABILITY TO IMPROVE YOUR POISE

c. flit IIlUD! sum !uti d as guests Wednesday or last HANDLE; PEOPLE.
tpw'ta. w M98E. i it1lCI"WSll 20% OFF $75.00 42" week. :Mrs. Ethel Scott, Mrs. Albert : f. AND PERSONAL FORCE I
) +l lo" Value Williams and Mrs. Annie '
I. tlvavian" '\ Watson of Oxford. Starke Business. Men and Women Will Demonstrate What They. Gained By Taking

'e KOIM$ I liar rmq DRESSER SEf SOFF $65.00 This
3"5.00 Mrs. Adolph Gay and daughter, Training
Value Geraldine, visited Mr.: and Mrs.
Plus "Heir Restorer" Cartoon 200/0- Ben Cook and. family in Jacksonville If you are held back'-:"(noi by lack of. ability but by lack of self-confidence or skill in handling people and
TO .
MAKE PLANS J. JI. Bradley.JEWELRY
YOUR
last Friday/! and Saturday. putting{ ,your ideas,.across, attending a Free'Guest Class can be the turning point in your life. You'll discover

SEE V Benedict Fin er. Jr. wilL enter [. how Dale: Carnegie training helps you develop abilities that can increase your income and happiness.

"THE TENCOMMANDMENTS" St; Vincent's Hospital OB Sunday ': FLAN TO A'1TEND-FO COST OR OBLIGATION FREE DEMONSTRATION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 6, 8:00 P.M.SPONSORED .
for two days observation and. .

cE'4 Starkc'a Leading' treatments. i BY STARKE- JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCEDale

In. Groups The Last 3 Days : Jeweler ] Mrs- R. ,F*. :.ToangJ spent the ,

x This Week.' weekend at. Fort McCoy;visiting Cartiegie.Co4xsfq Presented By Florida Institute.
109 E Call Ph.17G Mr. and Mrs 3. C. Martin and ...
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,Elrod Assured Trading Halted Births
Recent
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1
W. C. T. U.
On Driver Permits

Of ElectionTo ; s! Mr..and Mrs. W. R. I Bill] Edwards *
With Two States 7d "A YOUNG MAX CONVICTED
it 4; of Ft. Devens Mass announce c
Lions Post the birth of twins on : OF MURDER IN A DRUNKEN
: Effective today, no Georgia or ( April 24. They have been named BRAWL, WAS ASKED IF HE
Alabama drivers license will be 4. : g William Daniel and Marvin Dou- HAD ANY-THING TO SAY BEFORE -
Harry ElrOd of Starke is certainto I accepted in return for a Florida a tr glas. THE NOOSE WAS AD.

be 'elected Governor of the license. A test will be necessary.: JUSTED. TO' THE GAPING

Florida Lion's District 35-1 which I The reason for this is that numerous CROWD HE ,SAID: "BOYS, IN i
takes In six counties cf Northeast I applicants mho have failed Mr. Edwards is the son of Mr. THE BOTTOM OF EVERY

Florida, consisting of 35 different their Florida test have gone to and Mrs. B. E. Edwards of Starke. GLASS. LOOK FOR A ROPE."

clubs. I an adjoining state and then and Mrs. Edwards is the former (NATIONAL VOICE)
.
Due. to the lack of opposition.Mr. traded it for a local one. A ; % Patricia Young of Baldwin.

EIrod 'is- assured victory at This brings to five the numberof : t..

the State Lien's convention in states whose licenses are not I t r tr .. -

Sarasota May 1720. Several acceptable. The others are Idaho,

members of the local group are South Dakota, and Arkansas. 3f' ._.
a Ct ',-..
expected to attend. --r- ;
This information comes from --k .""
Elrod has been a member of the office of County Judge T. A. 3r

the Lion's for,eight years and has Yawn. \P :PTs.
been servIng as Deputy Governor I :
for a )'ear'and.a half. His new :; -
Pack 70 Cub Scouts
post will place him in the positionof S' I x .
one, of only five State District', On Popeye PlayhouseThirtyone t w. b

Governors.

The organization concentrates members of Cub t -.
heavily on aid to the blind and I Scout Pack 70, appeared on the
,
has yet to deny glasses to a needy j i|'1 Pcpeye Playhouse TV program in 4 .
person. They are currently work- Jacksonville Tuesday afternoonat

Ing on a project to provide a mobile five o'clock. ,? The Thinker. are you one?
eye .clinic for use at schools, The beys were accompanied by :' ,
etc. Mis. Bill Graham. Mrs. S. G. Den- 34 ;tI* % i

The Starke Lions sell brooms, mark, Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. A lot of'drivers give very little thought to the i
made by the blind in Jackson- Mrs. J.' R. Wainwright, Mrs. Ver- _
ville,. that may be obtained non Silcox Mrs. Milo Seigler, 4t1F care of their cars. Most any gasoline will do, or

through any local member House Mrs. Bryant Ervin Mrs. J. B. r. J.o' indifferent service. Not so the.thinking man!
hold brooms sell for $1.98 and the Godwin. Mrs. J. W. Jones, Mrs. 4
He knows his car is a big investment. He
commercial is $2.50.. All proceeds!I P. D., Fancher Sr., Mrs. P. D.
.
from their sale; go into Sight Conservation Fancher Jr., Mrs. Walker, Mis. wants the best gasoline and motor oil and the i

'Fund: Regular customers ,'Smith DeVoe. Mrs. X. M. Smith. :. best service he can get to prolong his car's life,

includ'eb th DuPont plants. Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb Mrs. Olin improve performance, maintain its value.
Hercules, Powder Co., and Big White. Jr., W. P. Callen ani Al- a
Dad Manufacturing Co. I bert Foster. a 4 J S ':., '. 'oi We believe that most of the men and women

.:.. ._. ,"tJ't- ;!,........ who come to Phillips 66 Stations are the think-
.
hare the Profits in Star I ing type people who appreciate expert

l .art. service performed by trained men.

,if: I 11'. Stop at Phillips 66 stations. '

.tr See what we mean by "Hospitalityon 66
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RESOLUTIONS _. ., 4 CUb Wits
MEMORIALS -- ;-, Per
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POll KENT-Three bedroom unfurnished FOK SJfUf!Penta process treated
Grand March is abote Junior-Senior
pictured at Prom house. Inquire at Wus: feta fence posts. t"miles 'North on 3U1
Men's Club last Friday night. In lower photo Rudy Sapp tion tfcha Green & B: kken' Post' Co. tlelig

president of the Senior !Class, and Benny Williams, president TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALt _I WE HAVE! a new loan program- 'for
Junior Class!propose a toast, accompanied by Betty Farkas, Bradford Engineering Co. Phone farmers Loans of t to i'years
94: ItchgKINCSLEY I for the.eat ire credit retire
T. ,'1'. Long, Junior Class sponsor, Mary Agnes Matthews. and ments of the farmer and.his fame
LAKE ily. Gainesville
Production Credit
Lou Wainwright- Pictures by R. P. McLendon. I Association' UI North. Main,
A good :3 bed To.m, 1% back kea ... Gainesville, Fla ttctg
Urge lot uteBdlag item lake '
to paved road. '114.00.00. Term RADIO!' REPAIRED
Share the Profit in StarkeI .ay, be arranged.FLORIDA AH (Make All .* ..
'e..ltl. Ckargts g.anateed
; a REALTY CO. frHEPHEED'S RADIO TV

I I Of Starke. 22. W.liras Call St.Green, Owmtr Pkeae S39

\0" US N. Walnut St. TeL m Starke, PU.
Starke Fla.
\..\ FOR SALE-It In x 15 ft. steel
; culvert pipe 11.25 ft. ALSO Build.
ONE SLIGHTLY USED Laundrymat Ing lots for sale in 8 tith Gate
1 7995. Slade Gas Co. Itchg 5/ZZ Subdivision. Low down payment.
'II... .. Low monthly payments. BILLY
i EABY SITTER AVAILABIJS: -Call, JACKSON Phone 115 c/o Central
J3' Mrs. Ward at 315-J or see at 128 Truck Lines. tfchy
J f QS!, t) I I ; Good May 2 Through May 10 N. Church. ; HP>>

.'!;fI1ERSQN:;l ONE ments BEDROOM for rent. : .Phone furnished 115, apart-W. T.
NEW PIANOS A ORGANS '
,cTlF I 1 ; SHOPPORTUNITY SPECIALS Jackson. tfehy

R -i'i ; ; AUa Rebuilt Used Placet TWO Bb-UKUOM: partly furaishtdnewly
Gaaruleed
.' Fully decorated upstairs apartmentfor
: % rent. To see contact Mrs. Paul
.'tAKaITlE LOW DOWN PAYMENT Raymond. 241 8. Water ti:. after
WIRE Louvered Doors 36 MONTHS ON BALANCE S p.m. bong

w,1 $5.00 Per Panel PI... aid Organ Tiling, Repairing AT THE FARM 7aC per gaL: eve
Per Ft, RefiBliklag per % gal. Delivered in Bradford:
County Z6c per qt; at KIngsley
LowJn: 15c DIXIE PIANO CO. Lake Z7c per gt. Peterson & Son
Wood Dairy *'arm., S. Coney Road Starke,
r 1313 S. Mill St. Kla. in City Limits. 4tp fill
lOc Sash Windows FkoBe FRiiktli 2.2118
NOTICEI
Gainesville, Fla.
am not responsible! for any debts
: 8c 2' X 3' 2" made by my wife Betty Taylor or
ALL READY MADE SEAT: Coversin anyone except me after this date
Pair Stock 25 Per cent off. Installation without. my written permission. Jcbnnie .
$3.75 E. Taylor
lOc .
Free. Shepherd's Radio & 1V.Itcfig
i EXPERT REPAIR ON ANY Sewing
machine. Work guaranteed. Call
us help you FOR RENT-Two bedroom apartment 360-R. long
Private entrance, big yard. -
Newly decorated. Unfurnished.: SERVICE STATION Attendant
:with all your Apply:304 S. Walker St. lip wanted'at new Gulf Station opening
% soon. Experience necessary. Must
FOR SALE-Hot Water Heater, la be under 39 years of age. Contact
It -' Yourself down and $5 a mbnth. Made its Co. John Willie Eddy. Waldo phone
Phone | jItprojects 4teng'6/ZZ HObart 8-2045. ztp 6/2

FOR SALE-10 HP Mercury 12 ft. FOR SALE OR RENT-Three bed-
runabout by Swift and'custom roomJurnished house with bath
built trailer. Sacrifice for quick and modern conveniences. Located
sale P. O. Box 503. Keystone on"river* 10 ml west of !Starke.:
: Heights or phone 3543 after 6 p.m.Ztcng contact owner. at house. Harold
S/S Shiver ZIP 6/1
HOME j
STRAWBERRIES. ZSc: huart. You FOR 'LET"'entr..crn, three
ADDITIONS /S pick them ,at field. Cups furnished. miles tiorth of Starke three-quart.
Marklee Starling; I miles nortnof ers mile off U. S. J01. Mrs. Irene
CARPORTS j-__ .t $takke. turn east off Highway Kelly..Box 774; Bonita Springs Kla.
991 at Joe's Grill, :3 I .miles on grade Ztp ill
road. Itp
FENCES FOR RENT-Fu-nifched two bedroom .
: RAKGES-Small down payment and hoa". ft! LakeSt.. Tile
} US per month. !Slade! .Gas Co.4tchg. bath. Adalts. Phone 1KJ-W, Mrs.
PLAY ROOMS 5/%% A. F. Sauls. 6H: McMabon St. Itcng

. e UTILITY ROOMS WANTED-Nice, middle aged coupleto EARTH WORMS'
share home. No drinkers. Ii Freak die Red, Ateht .Crawler; *.
acres land at you disposal. Ideal Glut alee ttmir ..",ke'. 1 kiork
Your Plans to Us. for truck farming. Inquire Mrs. trth .f City Hill. 348 N..Tb..p-
: G. H. Reese, about 2 miles east of MM' 8*. Pb.M> 4Y"W.It.. ISM
be Glad to Help
1 Starke on Highway If. itp
Advice Ideas Ma 'TED-Neat attractive. walt
I
O' ; Construction.D4rn I I Ijust put these FOR SALE-8 cu. ft. refrigerator ress. Trail Restaurant Lawter.Stp .
and double bed with springs and mat illS
StreenSlnrSPRINGTIME tress. H. G. -,
\, ;8* Bollinger phone lug.
421 N Walnut St. Itp FOR gALE-Highway 391. 5 room
bouse and bath. shrubbery. Heal
FOR SALE-Household furniture. boy W. S. Sibler. Realtor." Starke
Selling everything by piece. Roy (!;;l1ve" LAke)- Phone 3I5:!. Keystone
IsPAINTING Ketch Place. Inquire May's Store: Heights. 2tp 5AS
Hampton for direction. lip 1iI.ALE-HewD'beart
FOR pine
L. sole
1'. Batten
floor .nd.ce'llng! Joist and y or la-=
AND FOR SALE-Lake Bedford., Furnished ,
five -V crimp galvanized
) roofing,
house and lot. pretty shade
USE trees. Priced to selL W. a.: Sib-: slightly used tor' banding 15" T jr
J'sREMODELING ley. Realtor. Starke. (Silver Lake). J41 Park Place. Phone' m.
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J & Phone UU Keystone Heights.' Stirke. Ito

TIME! !tp 5/g I FOR RFVT-: FnrnUhed. one.Dell.
r MODERNIZATION room cottage, with hot and COIG
FOR SALEFARMALL water. Rent, reasonable. : TWO
Vi-gallon PLAN. dolts nr couple with small CMM"t :
I 400TRACTOR v. ThHutlan. Phone Hj. HChe.
..--, of Easy Financing J & J --

I";fit FOR SALE-1S55 Liberty TraDer 45
BUILDING SUPPLIfS ft. I' bedroomair .condition,,
DOWN PAYMENT com.
QUALITY & SERVICE GOOD CONDITION. plete bath .Call U3-W. HJO pJtchg
Title 1 Loans at .Phone: J Write Box 823-C St 5.t tt:

:l'.' | / 5% 'Interest 301 I, CALL 5T. STARKE, FLA, Care this Newspaper -
FOR RENT-One
.snja i
rtt> Stp 5-15 apartment
graph and sl-epiP* rooms Zia 8.
.- I: ,nut lir.Titus Olson< lteh fuss.

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Single cylinder gasoline-powered water pump with rubber hose Beverare agents survey half-full jugs of "low-wine" set up for ro- Pot of mash set up for runnin-ofr with "gatjin-snn" condenser Compressed gas tanks with hose feeding blowers ready -to heat the

leading to still tation to insure equal potency. in place. Note full pot in background. pot. I


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Here's How A Moonshine Still OperatesBy j F. JjIIc r- F 4',



Chuck DentA to be surrounded then one man bran yeast and sugar. Recently at both ends except for several iI
car eases to a stop on the will flush the violators as the a' county record was set when holes cut to allow openings for p
darkened country road and cuts others close in for the arrest. 3540 pounds of sugar was confi- copper tubing running lengthwise I
its lights. Five men slide out, After close surveillance the officers scated at one site. inside. The name "gatlin-gun. i ,ti ?+.. z m..
dressed In loose fitting fatigue- know about when they can The average "pot. which con- comes from its resemblence to the
type clothing and wearing heavy catch all the participants with a tains the mash is a rectangularsheet forerunner of our present ma- jt ; t
boots or high top shoes. fresh lead ready for delivery. metal box with at least one chine gun invented by Gatlin and
Gathering together they whis- After the men are taken into hcle cut in the top and having a consisting of a round cluster of

per quietly then slip over a fence custody a complete report is made capacity of about 1000 gallons.The barrels, each containing a bullet.A ;. zt .
and splitting up. lose themselvesIn .on the equipment, anything salvageable biggest pot found in Bradford constant flow of cold water t rw 4t Y r 4 :
the darkness and dense woods. is confiscated to be sold County had a capacity of about circulates within the condenser '

This scene has been re-enacted and the rest destroyed.This 2,000 gallons.In around the many tubes serving to R i I

here many times in both daylight was what is known as a the pot, the mash is heated cool the vapors from the "mash -
and dark good weather and bad. "groundhog" still consisting of I to a boil by crude pipe blowers liquifying them and pouring -the, Sixty five-gallon; S-
jU and cans packed in truck at still site and
One of the men is P. D. Red- two "pots," a "cap" and "gaUin- I fed by compressed gas running II III then moonshine into a five gallon -- ready to I
dish of Bradford County. Another gun condenser." Also included was lengthwise underneath. jug or can. go.
Is County Jailer Dolph Red a gasoline engine powered water After "working" long enough, The jugs or cans are placed in I Fifty-nine 60-pound bales of sugar ready to "sweeten the pot. -- -- -- ----_._- -- --

dish. Two Federal agents and a pump, several yards of rubber the hole is the
covering removed a circle and rotated adding a can be run-off in a short period The Sheriff's
department and
state man complete the cast of hose. half-a-dozen compressedgas "cap" put in place coupled to the little 'shine each'time.. This is of time. Federal and state
agents are con-
characters. If needed a deputy tanks and other odds and condenser and a "run" is readyto
due to the fact that the first run When full the jugs and cans stantly on the alert to move swiftly -
sheriff Riley Sweat or D. R. Redding ends. be made.
known are loaded in a truck or car with into action when another oper- i 40 Ya .
is extremely strong as
may accompany the others. The water pump is usually sit- The "cap" is simply a container the back seat removed and hauled ation is detected. They carefully A
The plot of our story centers uated at a distance so the noise that forces the vapors from the "low-wine" and it gets weaker as away to the "distributor." analyze plan and doublechecktheir "t ASb
around an illegal moonshine still will not interfere with detectionof pot into the condenser which is it goes. This "bucketbrigade"method raids to insure
Beverage agents success.
operation somewhere in those approaching agents. The wateris a type known as "gatlingun"due assures an even mixturein destroy the Then when ready they take that
pots but
woods. The still has been care- fed through a rubber hose to to its construction.This each container. confiscate for sale gas- little car ride that leads them to
fully watched to determine the still and first used for water- have at least oline engine
so as II ingenious condenser is a Most operations pumps good hose, some lonely country road and-
exact location since it will haveTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ing the "mash" consisting of long sheet metal cylinder enclosed two pots so that a large amount. compressed-gas tanks and vehicles. that is where we came in.
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T1 ments. Next meeting will be the ding from the State Farm were Mr. Green's brother and family: sonville. Mrs. Younker is the for- and Mrs. George Saxon. F M.R+ ""4

second Tuesday in May. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Green. I mer Avoy Williams and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand p. 4j

STATE FARM Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace son Billy Mrs. R. V. Turner and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cooper were, Mrs. J. A. Williams of Hamptonare family of Starke', and Mr. and
spent the weekend in Jacksonville Mrs. J. C. Caldwell. in Jacksonville on Saturday. On!' grandparents. Mrs. J. W. Home of Hampton
with relatives and attended the Birthday AnniversaryThe Sunday they visited their friend Bill Underwood
By Mrs J. G. CaldwellAAAAALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI| of Hampton spent Sunday afternoon at Salt rY p
wedding of their niece. Miss Mary family of Mrs. Oscar Cros- Mr. Walter Dedge. who is a pa Lake has re-enlisted in the army, Springs.
Wells and Lt..James L. McDonald. by helped her celebrate her birth- tient in the hospital in Jasper. and left Sunday morning for Ft.' Mrs. George Williams Mrs.

Club Meeting I The wedding took place on Satur- day anniversary, on Sunday with Mrs. Mack A. Sweat. Miss Patsy Jackson. S. C?. where he will be Wesley Griffin and daughter and -" ._ .' -- ---
The Community Club held its day, in the Church of the Assumption dinner at noon. Those present for Sweat and Miss Eloise Mercer stationed as a mess sergeant.Mr. Mrs. H. B. Wiggins were Gaines-
regular meeting on Tuesday after- Mrs. Wallace and her this occasion were: her son. Sher- spent the day Sunday in Palatka and Mrs. Kenneth Brown ville visitors Monday. End of the line for slime. Officers stage mass "pouring party" at

noon. Mrs. Milo Seigler. the president sisters. Mrs. Izabelle Edwards and man and his family of Starke. I with Mrs. Sweat's daughter and and family, and Archie Brown of Mrs..M. P. Misner and city dump.ALVAREZ'. _
I Mrv and
presided. Routine business; Mrs. Dan Bryant gave a rehearsal her daughter and. husband, .Mr. son-in-law Mr. and'Mrs. Ronald Hampton, spent last weekend Jacksonville Sat-
son drove on
' buffet' dinner on Friday night at and John' McClellen.. visiting in Men's !
was transacted: :arid plans were Mrs.' Spence of Jacksonville Mississippi.Mr. urday. Clothing :
completed fora cohereddishluncheon the Bryant home for the'wedding Also Rev. E. O. Carter of I Mr. Ossie Toole and Junior and Mrs. J. T. Kemper and STORE III:1
held annually each party .and their families. Thirty- Jacksonville Mrs Beulah Kelly Beard of Compass Lake visited family drove. to Tennessee last Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft. Established 1S94FRIDAY :
spring. The date set five people enjoyed this party. and Mr. and Mrs. John Spence Mrs. R. M. Cadell on Monday. weekend for a viist with relatives.Mr. Lauderdale spent last weekend in
was the
Miss Nancy Bates and a classmate Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and Hampton with the W. A. Saxon
fourth Tuesday 27. Sr. of Starke. There was the tra- and Mrs. Durham of Desh-
May
of FSU family. The 'Olivers were on a Snare the Profits in Starke
I Miss Linda Kindrick ditional birthday cake with can- children were spendthedayguests ler. Neb., visited Wednesday and
Mrs. Walker Wood and little in Tallahassee spent the weekendat dles and Mrs. Crosby received of the J. G. Caldwells on Thursday last week in Hamptonwith vacation trip to Wisconsin for twoor

daughter, Vicky who recently home with Mr. and Mrs. Ogden many useful and beautiful gifts. Sunday. Other guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall. The three weeks. 1 1 1
moved here from Tallahassee, Bates Jr. Miss Bates, her parentsand An enjoyable time and a fish- Mrs. Caldwell on Sunday were Durhams. cousins of Mrs. Hall Mrs. Inez Alford and son of
were welc med. The hostesses. guests attended the Wells- fry supper was held at Goldhead Mrs. William Shannon of Kings-i were enroute home from Coral Jacksonville visited last weekendin
Mrs. J. B. Godwin and Mrs. Milo McDonald wedding in Jackson- State Park on Sunday afternoonby ley Lake and Tommy Reynolds of i Gables, where they had been Hampton with the George Sax-

Seigler served delicious refresh- ville. Others present at the wed- the following families, the Fairfield. I spending the winter.Mr. ons. 4

Milo Seiglers. the Owen Houses, New residents of our communityare and Mrs. Marvin
,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harden Ogden YOU'LL LOVE tLe new Ester
Turners and the Walker
Storjcg the Bobby -
in
Share the Profits and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ogden of
Woods. and little daughter who have brook purse-size fountain pens in
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Pompano Beach visited last
moved into the house formerly shades. at Bradford SATURDAY MAY 2,3
1 1tW Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews visit- Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben pastel Only $3.03 ,
ed Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richardson occupied by Mrs. Clarice Thompson Saxon Mrs. J. H. Saxon and Mr. County, Telegraph.
in Jacksonville on Wednesday,. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier. Mr. ----
'Y. N4 cf last week. and Mrs. Harden are from Jacksonville -

Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow and a Beach. That's Our Business
number of her relatives met in Friends of R. M Cadell will be
Starke at the Magnolia Hotel on glad to know that he returned to U It's Glass We Have III)

Wednesday and visited for sev- his home on Monday after spend- CALL WRITE or VISIT

FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 2,3 eral hours. Those present for this ing ten days in the hospital in

occasion were: Mrs. Al Demaceda Lake Butler. Joe Peters Glass

3-PIECE GLIDER SET of Philadelphia: Pa.. Mrs. E. O. Co.. NOT THAN
Claude Ghessling Mr. .TTTTTTTTTTTIITvt'RTTTTT' *
Allen. Mrs. 4s 110 LESS
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FOR ANY GLASS NEED 19995
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Walter
and Mrs. Gene Clarke and MODELPHILCO
Clarke all of St. Augustine; and HAMPTON We Design Modern Store Fronts 2-DOOR

GLIDER AND Mrs. Stringfellow's aunt Mrs. Just Mail Us A Pattern for INCLUDING AUTOMATIC

Minnie Gardiner of Starke. By Mr*. D. E. um Table Tops $25.00 ROTISSERIE

2 MATCHING 3450 Mrs. H. M. Richarde.- --leaves. ,on aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.aaa. . . . . _. _.,. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 24353 FREE .. ,..,. .. ; -'-
Thursday ror uauine. ,ua. where II I
9 .1 I she will visit Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Registration blanks for next DELUXE PHILCO -- 1L'I I'' i !
CHAIRS Busch until Sunday, fall's beginning first graders will ELECTRIC RANGE pi ----- -' -

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. O'guin and be mailed to their parents within ;" i
-J two sons who have been living in the next few days according to H v I i 7:1: ,- t ,
TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
Jacksonville moved this weekendto Mrs. Ola M. Perkins principal of
50FT. PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE Orlando. Mrs. O'guin is the Hampton Elementary School.At I -' :fIooI --. .

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. the present time she said 114 West Call St. Phone 544 --' --"

Regular $2.98 Value _.-- Bradley.Mr. I there are 15 beginning children I ,:
and Mrs. Lyold Hedgecockand who will enroll in school here I '
little son.. and Mr. and Mrs. .next year. According to Florida Now Making I C-. i'' IJ"jI I;
Colorful 49 Rudolph Sink of Starke were din- law, a child must be 6 years of I I \\I
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs, H. D. ;age before January 1. 1959 to en- LOANS TO ALL, PERSONS I II

Long' Lasting } Starling on Thursday. ter school this year. Regularly Employed Without Co-Signers I rHIlCOD-118rr
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Murphyand I School pictures taken on Monday -
Easy To Handle Lake Butler I PHILCO DAYSPECIAL
son Philip Jr. of of last week are expected ... $28995
LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS
were guests of Mr,.and Mrs star- back sometime this next week PHIICO SS4083X.
ling on Sunday. Mrs. Perkins said. These are the $25.00 TO $600.00 WITH TRADE
*Rev. W. S. McAliley Mrs. R. M. regular pictures taken at school J. Da18S50)50
TWO ALL PURPOSE CHAIRS Cadell and Mrs. J. G. Caldwellwere each year.
Friday LOANS OF ALL TYPES PHIL CO SLENDER SET
in Lake Butler on For any parents concerned a- : LESS
BOTH FOR morning. Mrs. Cadell visited her bout the color pictures taken last Personal, Furniture, Auto, Real,Estate ) TABLE TV
Styled Smartly husband who is a patient in the I fall. Mrs. Perkins said that the
than former model/. .
hospital there and Rev. McAliley company had not contacted the LOANS FOR ALL GOOD PURPOSES
9S and Mrs. Caldwell visited Mrs. N. school since that time and no t
Comfortable G. Davis. further information is available. Consolidate Bills, Reduce Payments, Medical, Taxes, r .eJr;? 'fl
qA.G < I 10 Mrs Beverly Spence.was recent Personals Refinancing, Emergencies, Eta ::4f '\'.
I I ly promoted to assistant super- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox are i
.
in the Index Section of Or- the of Charles --- r
Durable : visor parents a son LOANS TO SUIT BUDGETS j
dinary Issue of the Prudential Life Robert Jr., born Thursday April -
t\\
,At this time .Small To 24 Months tE
Insurance Company. 24, at Alachua General Hospital. Monthly Payments Up
Mrs. Spence was given recognitionfor Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.C. I

BIG outstanding'' service in ,her L. May and Mr. and Mrs. O, C. LOANS ARE OUR BUSINESSWe're -
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with the company -
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24-IN. PLASTIC BEACH BALL three. years Mrs. service Spence is the former Cox.Mr.. and Mrs. L. C. demons !Here To Serve You Regardless of Who You Owe ,' I reduced to
of, ---
Beverly Jo Crosby daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rauler- P141lC0/221 g 7S
Regular Will Provide Mr.and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. son and three children have'moved See Us For Prompt Efficient and Courteous Service For PHIlC01482 199

$2.00 $1 i Lots of Fun Mrs. Florence Green returnedto to Hampton and are living in All Your Money Needs '58 PHILCO FREEZERS
her home in ,Jacksonville on the Chastain house on NavarreSt. 21' overall diagonal measurement -
For The at the price of 262 in. viewable -
Value Family Saturday after visiting her son They had been living in Now yours sq.
former 11 cu. ft. freezers- area.Top level tuning.
Mrs.' Amanda Crosby A. J. Green and family' for several- Brooker. Two of the Raulerson TOWN FINANCE'COMPANY huge 14>$ cu. ft. of zero Mahogany finish wood
weeks. children Kathy and Andy are of storage. cabinet.
MrAnd Mrs. .A. K. Knight of preschool age. and Jackie attends AT STARKE
Harry C EIrod Furniture Co. Lake City came to visit Mr. and BHS in Starke. '

Mrs. Green on Saturday,. I Mr., and Mrs. David Younkerof (Across Sreet ,From Glen's Dept. Store) C. H. NASWORTHY( Philco Dealer
.
Mr.. and Mrs. Green and family Jacksonville are the parents of 1
218 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. and guests spent Saturday night I I a daughter, born Saturday Aprfl 144 W. Call St Phone 544 310 E, Call St. Starke, Fla.

and Sunday in, Jacksonville with 26, at the naval hospital Jack-
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St Anne's Episcopal Beew we are getting sbnie more Woodstock :Park church with us I are able to be cut of bed and go J i

4 Thursday night May 1 the preachers in this neighborhood. They are Charles Sutton. Russell. anywhere. Why not go to the : Share the Profits in Starke,
-umm Family Night-supper be held will soon have another John ,
I IHIHILIGHTSfly ;
Swillye.
George Duckworth. Lon- Lord's house whenever there are
at 6:30: p. m. The speaker for this Wilkinson as soon" as school is 1 1 '
nie Young and Lewis Kennison. services, there? --
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Mrs. J. Russell occasion will be Mr. D. Schenck
&&&: Yoj'shiner" A& if --- '" jrf Waldo who i? pommissiiwr out.Henry, Mosley visited the Strick- the pianist was Mrs. C, B. WhiteSr. Remember Sunday School tarts
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- for this area and he will speak on lands for a short time Friday They can really sing not your at 9:45: preaching at 11 o'clock. '" ;I
"'f.II.! oa the riesdliitiori regarding J joining pie Diocese survey. morning. Of course we calked fast jigged songs, but song you, You can get home in time'tu eat l ; I : ;i< '
,The b d TimeBquare; knee On'Saturday could understand and enjoy. We I '
than
It the federated: : Woman's Clubs:: Saturday May 24<<, an auction church. work more anythingelse. dinner and get back by 8 clock ll 7. .
night ;Tent jjff "great of Florida. All members are nriedto' invite. these men back to sing for I 1
.;.;;;, t'" b h -11 wijl be held' by members$ of the I that night for services. yJ I II -
'=, ,' ,'d an'!. Trace te present at .tfrit l meeting.Brbiklyn Church in the building next to Friday evening we were surprised us again.Every I
crpwd was even greater than an- .Aisbdatjon Builders. by a visit,from our grandson night, of this revival we i Prayer meeting at 8 o'clock Wed-
Donationsof
jHdpa'fedancfiwSided many visj'trcrfronj the Gepeva Grace Ad- had people visiting this church: I FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 2,3"Complete
4t >Vainateers salable "White Elephants", art Bobby Gurr. Mrs. nesday night. Brotherhood the ,

'Ciir" -peighbortag'towas. ''here's wars..ahead pow aooutleading objects which perhaps do not fit kins, who formerly lived where from other churches namely: first Thursday in the month at I
.Costumes were m i keeping, withmal Ernie Padgett new lives, and her Maxville; Lawtey Baptist Metho-
a hand? The Lake $rooklyCivlc your present "decor" will be welcomed 8 o'clock. Let's all gather to God's I 8-PC.(} MOVIE! OUTFITCAMERA
tri lae n ,spirit and gravy Association Ser- daughter, Nellie McKenzie andfamily. dist and Church of God, Ocean I.
at theirtgeetrng for this auction. Kjy
ti tffuly gowned ladies and They had been in this Park Baptist Jacksonville; Long house and enjoy these services PROJECTOR ALL FOR ONLY
on Saturday April has offered to serve as ,
26 gent
.
: thing gentlemen added( color to neck of the woods"for picnic and Branch; Woodstock 'Park, Jack- you will never lose anything by
asked for and} got volunteers to Auctioneer-funds will go towardthe Screen: Cartoon Movie; Light
fthe.Occasion., There }is just, one help could not pass us up so called on sonville, Kingsley Lake, Moaiac, attending church.tfeqth.
clear ravine between George 3995
the Mrs.
.thf.>.m8 =we- ban''." learned that, Jn Band: Hill and Magnolia Lakes and Phelps building is chairman.project. us for a short time. Needless to Ga..,. North Side Baptist, Jacksonville Bar, 2 Flood Lights and
the early days Ul Florida palmettojwoj'en say we were more than .glad to and Macclenny. Roll of Film
grooiclyn Lake; so that the water Community Church
,hats rattier han sunj&bnnets see all of them. ; Each night we, had from five Facts
( were in vogue!! ; pay theAssociation flow into Brooklyn.optimistic Membersof The Annual Meeting with elect- We had two preachers extra, to eight preachers present, that A *i50. VALUE FOR ONYUSED 'I
are
KeJtt ]wept: = fish Fry this effort ion of officers, will be held by the we always have one here, to eat ;jwe counted, could have overlooked A recent survey chows that
to the results of : .
,as Church
Women of the Community
JFriday; May 2 = which is'dflicjal I chicken with us Saturday even- some. many vitamin tablets pass MAGNAVOX CONSOLE p
There was a good attendance at I
Refttoae Heights jay Contest : the 'meeting. on Tuesday night May 6 at 7:39. I !ing. The pastor will Reports of the year's work will be church Rev. George Chism and all day service Sunday. Sunday is
awards be made at this Operation "dig and clear" will being digested. This in reality COMBINATIO 69
time. ft heard-;! .A special recognition service the one who has been holding the School at 9i5: preaching It "money' down the drain." Better Come To Get
take place on Saturday morning, Early
and installation
members
for the
Junior Woman's Club Organizes new revival Jit; ighland. 0 .E. Foals o'clock. Clyde Jones from the
May 3. of the new officers will the This One!
A Junior Club auxiliary to theWoman's pastor of'Woodstock .Baptistchurch Piedmont Association preached Under Chiropractic care pa-
Hook 'N Line
take, place at the close: of the business / Jacksonville. for us Sunday morning and even tient's digestive organs function Columbia
Club of eystgtaerHeights Frank Harris son of Mr. and '
meeting. Refreshments will Our revival meeting closed Saturday ing" After we had dinner.we went normally vitamins can be properly -!
meeting held their organization Mrs. Frank Harris Sr., is the be served after the'meeting.A : i night with six additions to back in the House and heard another digested and the maximum 2 SPEED TAPE
and election of their offJeers'oh'Thursday fisherman In the Harris family .
i Family Night dirtier i followei the 'church, all for baptism; four of those wonderful messages! benefit derived from them. I 99.95RECORDER
evening at theWoman's'Club. who caught a 3l/2 lb. bass_ last
by'family recreation, will beheld
girls three Juniors, Minnie ?Moore from Rev. Boais. You may talk
of-
Elected to fill
press erroneously credited to 'his : in the Educational Buildingon : Carolyn Norman, June Brown; about your full days-this one was For information on the benefit of I
|fifes'for the'coming year were the, brother Greg he repeated the Friday' night..'May 9. at 6:30: 'one primary Jeanett Brown; two cne of them. We had 68 in Sunday Chiropractic care in problem

''following': Mrs. Key Sargent performance this week. Frank uses p. m.fit. middle aged women ''Mrs. Sutton School, our goal was 100, the castes phone or write .
: kesidenL; MtsJMulling.. ?ice- i black eel-AND gets up early WHliams .Catholic : and Mrs. Alma O Ifis. Needless Sunday before :we just had 48. if Many More Values Like These. Come In & Look Around
;president, Mrs. E. E. Williams, in.the morning! THE DR. II. G. BQLLIXGER I
Father Unehan, new Priest for to, say this brought 'great rcjoic- we can increase 19 in one week, Mrs. Norman
corn. OOirig Secretary, Mrs. Ediij.r Ruhedge's Fish Camp reportsso CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES Mary
this parish will hold Mass at the ing to our hearts, to see these let's try to double that this Teek.
j!'Miss Alciidge: 'recording secretary, far the largest bass caught 11 usual horr? ,-3:15: a. in. on Sundays. step out on the ''promises of our Lets make that 100 next Sunday <426< N, Walnut St. Starke

( 8iit4ra Southwell. treasurer Ib. 13 oz. by R. E.Jones of Sijver Keynotes Lord and'start workinjfor HIM. May 3..The next Sunday bring in ,Phone 108 Bullington Studio & Gift Shop

Lake. In the same party j BuddY Ccl. Emma: E. Vogel has returned These candidates will be' baptized all of the other 33 who are en- er :
Ttiefficers wt1l'' be instaUe'dJit Bishop of: Starve caught a ,9 lb. from a twq week trip to Spar- May 18.ThursdaY. rolled and do not attend. 723 E. University

thenujil Garden arty :&, 9 oz. 'bass and Billy Qrahjjn of tanburg, S. C. and Bristol, Tenn.. ''night of last week Warm weatheris here and all Phone 6-3238 Gainesville Phone. 265. 104 W. Call St.You're r

,Jpng'with' 6tfleers' from the'SeniorCJub Starke caught a 10 Ib,7 oz, ,bass- Accompanying Col. :Vogel was we had five male singers from the should be able to attend if they
on 'May 27.:iteetipgs'wfll! i |>e these 'were ..the, .largest. .. '. of' .thecatches Major Helen Gearin of Orlando.They .I ----- .. t
''held on'fcecond; and fourth'Thurs- by_this threesome, fishing report a ride through 'the

':dayg together somewhere in this area?? Smokies, particularly beautiful at

%t'nriaa'i Clab StirsDr. Dick St. John of )Key? me this time of the )'eu. and seeing for

'". Harvey! ,Meyer, caught _his limit of shell crackers the profusion of :Spring' blooals always prepared :
One of the most outstandingprograms and blue gills on two different. .
Jk, j.a PPte blossoms, 'espec ... .,. .'
of the year was presented days in,Lake Magnolia.Cat ially. CJ 0 o:> D 0 0 v '

on Tuesday at the luncheon}* fish as large as 22 IDs. have Mr. and Mrs. L. F. LaMee and 0 p

program meeting of the Club, been caught in the Oklawaha ,their family have purchased and a ab

'lien Dry larvey Meyer, recentlyeturiied'fttdm Rh'r. moyed Into the Charles Parker yOurFa !

: a 'two fear 'stay luranirarRain"what Walker's Sport Center reports h me., t p' 'rv : a y'

; he termed. that bass' 'are being caught;inSanta ; Capt. Robert C. Jackson has

:!.1.litVOOf: the couatry'and:of' Fe with black eel and top :returned on Friday'from ,a''week IJ a u G d oa
t7
Q
;Cenral 'Xinerlca. A.wakenin/ ''rip? water bugs on a fly rod. Bream i.tat Ft. Monmouth, N.:J. Capt. and o 0 a

InJ t'terestttte'people south of n are, biting on bugs too. [Mrs. Jackson ,spent the ,weekendin

dfthTpiring a respect for"themiljwTiumari We 'see there is a Week End 'Jacks nville attending the YOUR GROCER IS FEATURING THEM NOW!

;as.f; beings, Dr.-Meyer Fishing Bulletin., supplied by the National Guard Officers Association COKE and ,
whetted.? your:'interest.In "learning 7-EJeyen Food ,Stores. They .pe of Florida Convention. Aspart' wjth these Unexpected guests? A busy day? A midnight snack to make? You can turn '

ore '!90ut "'these :people, available t Walker's; Sport Center of 'the festivities a dinner '. out these delicious cJih(1:: in a jiffy if yours is a well-provisioned pantry.
Jew'C1W 'members wej- the Bulletin 'you will find
.cozii- 1;Uito 'the group were during. the some, In helpful hints and inform dance was held, at the Armory ; foods hand I! So why not stock up on the makings at your grocer's, today. And-remember I
quick-fix
Saturday night.
iupcneon. ation.Parent's Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Johnston on plenty of Coca-Cola. So Rood in taste and in such good taste. .

JThe ;iwxt'meeting of 'the"'wp- ; Day At Emory M Oxford have left for Illinois and Mead- really puts the finishing touches on an impromptu meal. '

taan's Club' 'will 'be 'the annual ]flews has been received here of ville, J Pa., for the summer months..

business meeting on Tuesday: May the observance of J Parent's Day Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chapman

;i?,'at which time new officers at jnory at Oxford op Friday.May have enjoyed a visit from Arthur A

Will Selected and< ,' a' vote taken 2. This? Js an.}. annual occasion Chapman Jr., his wife and two
and Inyitiitiohs have been rtcejved children-
"
KEYJSTpNEJ -> by Mr. and Mrs. Myron 'Pi- vat ; 'Mr. and Mrs. w: S. Walrath of]

to yisit their son Bruce, and by Massilon, Ohio were visitors atthe !4J.
E W E L E R: S Mr. and Mrs. Raymond starnes.. to Geneva, Trailer Park. The

Exjwrt! Watch Repairing visit their son Miltoni: ', Walraths! brother 'and sisterinlaw -a- ,
"
Quality Line Jewelry Alfred Watson, now a student" at 'of p/M.Valrathf3r.; :, halve" \.oU

Emory University is a graduate of spent: the winter in Ft. Myers and
Walter II. lluhlhofer- Emory at Oxford.. ,are on their way home. .
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES Mrs. C. E. Mitchell has returned ;;' ,
: y 4 s ? 'tI
,
from a trip to St; Petersburg '
-
'NEED A BOOKKEEPER I ? Show where she and attended special classes.a Beautician's I & P.s : / :'? z:

t Miss Charmaine Muir was honor ,
Qpn A Checking) Account"-,.I KeepsRec :''t :- '
guest at "a small luncheon givenby tw. '' r = '
Mrs. N. Watson Hardenberghat
s for You her home 'Friday. Miss Muir,

at theIKEYTONE" known to many Keytsone .resi- .. 7' I
dents after her stay for an extended '- -
STATE! BANK time in Keystone left on Saturday Y : iY :Y Sq 7 J

morning to make 1)er.ome ..
:Keystone Heights i FJa in Orlando.Mr. 4" 4 T 4 : : : : : ];' % : ,

Member F.D.I.C. and Mrs.'Martin Crosby pf
Foley, Ala., are Keystone Heights 4I
A
Friendly Bank in a Friendly CommunityFRIDAYSATURDAY
visitors at the home of their -
; 4t
f
f+
daughter. Mrs. W. B. Belote. $
Mrs. Charles Muhlhofer had as!
hare ire Profit in.St r -
i guests Mrs Willa Ihrche and

J 11 / Mrs, Dick Lehmann, both of
f
t
Chicago.
; Visiting the Matthias Schroe SNACK TRAY. Served with Coke,it's ideal' for evening entertaining.: .. /

ders In. their new'' home are Mrs. Try combining cubed luncheon meat and pickled oiiions; cocktail I 'f !* /

I Mary. Jane Janeslewicz of Merrick, sausages, sweet, pickle 1rtes'shrimp; stuffed olives: 'cream. cht':;e, a' s /

N. Y. and Mrs. Theresa Malinskl dried beef. Add assorted crackers. 'c #,

of Baldwin N. Y. and Mrs.'Beatrice -

s Lavey, Mrs. Schroeder's rL -
I 'MAY v mother.
.W 2.,3
I ., Mrs. R. G. Evans of Dallas

;J '-- 'lgwreaee Wiggins> Texas Walkers.is visiting Mrs. Evans the is Lindsay Mrs. CHICKEN AND WAFFLES. Fry frozen chicken GELATIN,FRUIT:DESSERT. .MoM .tangy lime CHEESEBURGER.' Season! quick-frozen ground

.' Walker's'sister. parts untj! ,golden brown, serve with wkfllesor lemon gelatin,surround on platter with chilled, heel with basil: .Saute until almost done, top with
r make'from .mix. canned fruit' cocktail flavored' wit h lime of American cheese in covered skillet
1 Mrs. F. S. Harrison sister of they're so easy to a1 prepared grated square ,cqgk t
with ice-cold Coca-.Cola! lemon riiitl.! Serve with .fVuHle -.t il cheese melts. sparkling'drink
GENUINp Mrs. J. C, Albrecht has been'visiting Grand late supper dish or your ; as.sorii Only one goes
: 1 I the Albrechts: She left by Coke is your guests' favorite-the .best-lored ment of swirl "flfkil'S and <''oca-Cola E;'\trftUWH ff j well with 'bur ers-Coke!So good in taste in '

i TERRY Planet to return, to her home in sparkling drink'in all the world, enjoyed over 58 Vfatisc..; Coke; actually freshens up your KU<"H good taste-serving Coca-Cola makes

Washington. D.:' C. after a three rnijlion} tunes each day. taste:: between l bite. 'burgers a meal in themselves. -. -."

CLOTH weeks visit. r I,
:
Mr. and Mrs.'Bureh ,T. Hutson.
-
CO1- Jr. and their daughter.. Gail were .
i I recent guests of the W. J. Oro- -.c

licks. Mr. Huston Is Mrs.-Grolfck'g .
_
I '
Mrs. p.: F Wooctrym: and Mrs.

9S Nell Winn of Jacksonville were ?i1

t Keystone visitors. 'd"attending the
w morning worship service ,of *|he :\ 1' r\V
Church and visiting ;
Community l u h
y
i e
the W. J. Grollck and B. T. HutS 1 fK r. _

ii "families.Lt. ,

Col. Dubert Hartley,. Mrs.
Hartley and daughter Diane, have

their trailer in theGeneva: Trailer asI
7, I J Park artd- 'e- making! t>iieir

home here for some time. Mrs.

Hartley Is the daughter of Mr?.

u r Nell Gniyson. 4b ,.
i r. .y

......,.yyy,,!' ", y1' WI S Yrd
'$7.95 Value P'r 4 "eor.a"tt t UJIUHB' ntts-iHM. cor.K

I CLAY 'flILLby ii

AllReadyMadeSEAT .
% Hn. 1.' L.; 'dtrlcklaat: : .,

: :<
:: Remethber1OKE
-- &
;COVERS ; .uiWi I1 i1.4..A -" 1': -

OF'F F ,We're' : glad to have Mrs. ,

'D{ STOCKSHEPHERDS f. Gladys neighbors Taylor on and her family farm,."'as the ; antTGootrTastego ;

''JtJt 1lat1Q ''fRE jI "Chicken Farm" here at Clay Hill. _
The- youngsters of Clay- Hill]

school'were happy'Thursday and /
together
_):& Tt 'I Friday': they did"not have' to ? J .7
attend school the teachers wew '? .
}
attending a teacher's meeting! t'
I I IN JUAN: ,n, CREPN; Owper "* \ .
these two days.
?
REGULAR
'.. ? qpKING 'SIGN OF GOOD TASTE
L We,just, that Rev. Herb __ .
learned
1 ,,
C.IWt.r. : < ,I -
'
_
., ._,- I 11 _.*! .. Starke.-'Wi Higdon and 'family are living in I, Bottled! under: auhorityofTheCoca'Cola Company by ;' STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

Lee Moore's house at day -HilL' .
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED reading habits and skills of Plans are being made forWomen's
children in grades '1-2-3. Parents
CITIZENS'OF BRADFORD COUNTY who feel that these Day on the Fourth 11 1 ''SAVE
beginners need Sunday"1n May. Sister M. L.. Paulis a r
By Ozora J. Shell special help are urged to send general chairman.: Speakers will .
them for the entire program include Manager S I I
: Mrs. Doretha Richardson. a
&&.&&&.&&AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA& &&AAAA&A ..AAAAAAAA-- which begins on June 10 and ends teacher at Anderson School, w
August 1.There .
Laid To Rest to join this Lawtey Mrs. Minnie Bell S;
organization
and
Sister.Alberta Albright was laid service for God.and Country.render are "no charges, a small Wheeler county substitute teach-
to rest after very impresive final Household Shower contribution for the swimming er.The
rites at New Bethel Baptist Please be our guests our mem- program will be collected. Beautiful guest choir for the yen- #
Church on Sunday at 11 a. m. She ber "Queenie" must refeather her Lake Whltamore will be the ing service will be Antioch Baptist -

was born in Claxton. Ga. June 5, nest. if you can't come please place 'for swimming Instructionthis Church Rev. George Lee, ; sg aI tir

1892. Moved to Florida in 1920 send you know what a,fix a fire. year. We have a brand new pastor. Sister. Gertrude Carter.
and Joined New Hope Baptist can put you in. Sponsored by the pier that, was built last summerby President.

Church'Rev. L. W. Mosley past Carnation Social Saving Club on. the Board of Public Instruct Mt Nebo Baptist Church 1 j

or,'later"joined New Bethel, Rev. Monday May 5 at the home of ion.The Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Rev. .
A. Vinson pastor where she served Mrs. Bertis Robinson Lincoln children as well as'adults G. Bergman. pastor will hold regular ..- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

faithfully until her death on City, South Starke. are invited to join these classes service on Sunday starting PRICES GOOD Thurs. thru Sat., May 3rd t a
April 21. 1958. She leaves to Our last meeting van held at' every Monday Wed. & FrL with Sunday'School at 10 a. m < o0D Stoa
mourn her passing one daughter, Church News Deacon Vasco Mitchell church
the home of Mrs. Flossie Lee.
Jessie Mae McCollum. one son J. Mitchell, Lincoln City where plans New Bethel Baptist Church clerk Is asking all members to a DETERGENT BLUE or WHITE
W. McMillan. two daughter-in- New Bethel Baptist Church. come out and worship God with
were made for'the 8th Anniversary
laws one son-in-law five grandchildren Rev. A. Vinson pastor laid the your presence and offering. '
celebration of the club on
and a host of other rela- cornerstone In the Youth Building Sister Janie Mitchell layleaderof White 'Arrow 49
Sunday May 11, 3 p. m. In the
tives and friends. Rev. I.. W. Mos cafetorium of RJE. of the church on Sunday. The the church has just returned r,. :;
ley served as master of ceremon- activities were led by the leaders from Lakeland and Tampa as
ies and paid high tribute to th Guests will Include local clubs in the, Free and Accepted delegate ,for the Pall Bearers at
eand
deceased: Sister Lottie English clubs from Jacksonville Masons of Florida assisted by the the Grand Lodge. She was also
directed the choir and sang "I've Gainesville. Hawthorne and oth local Worshipful Master, Rev. given high honors at the Eastern
Done My Work"; Deacon S. W. er nearby places. Damon DellDinner Star Grand Sessions in Jacksonville
Hankerson spoke' on her. As A The guest speaker will be Mr. -was served after the and served as special 1-Maxwell
Member; Sister Sarah Jenkins Elmer.R. Shell coach and teacher ceremony In the Youth Building secretary by appointment. She '. ,

praised her As a Christian; resolution at RJE. Special thanks to Principal Eddie e will soon leave, for special workin :
for the church was,read A Parade'of Fashions will be Thompkins for assistance that the Jerusalem Association: Vac. Pak
.by Mrs. Pauline Marshall another feature for the celebra meeting which will held In
; ac made the setting for the dinner be ,
knowledgement of condolences by tion. The' style show is being di complete. Alachua.. < HOUSE Can '
lUster Minnie Smith. Others par rected by Mrs Grace Long local The pastor announced a Showerfor Plans will be made for' 'an

ticipating1 on the program included beautician.: Deacon and Mrs. Willie Green educational ,tour to Starke by the
: Reverends Clyde Hankerson _There is no admission to this who were recently burned out Youth Department of the'Jerusalem 3A
George Lee. L. A.Tillman, Damon affair and the general public Is The date will be announced later. Association so that other Limit one with .$5.00 or more purchase.

Dell..J.,P. Franklin. Eastern Star cordially invited to attend.Make Special thanks comes from Deacon churches may be inspired to builda tt "."."'"," >;;: ", ':<",'; .. +4:.' 7," "X"f ....u ... '
""
this your treat for mother on ., :""" __""" .n'l, ,
Chapter. Pallbearers led by Sis and Mrs. Queen Esther Green youth building In this nrea "
ter N. L. Pullum. The principal Mother's Day Free Refresh for all the contributions and gifts New Bethel Baptist Church 1s: then

eulogy,was delivered by the pastor. ments. Mrs. Corean McNeil, press received from friends so far, eve first. Weat Nebo wish to con- Lb
Rev. A. Vinson who used as a dent. Mrs. Pauline Marshall re her sister Margaret DeSue says gratulate the membership J with

subject "Be thou Faithful Until porting. "thanks" and all of Deacons rela the hope that the program for
Death And I Will Give Thee A Heroines To Meet youth will be supported and CRISCO Can

Crown of We". Sister Albrightwill Most Ancient Matron Sophia tives.Mrs.. Jesle Mae McCollum. J. broadened. Deacon Vasco Mitchell ,
be greatly missed for her Royal is asking all members of W. McMillanand the entire fans reporter. Limit 1 with

faithful work in the church especially Ruth Court 18 to please attend ily express deep, appreciation to. First Born Church $5.00 or more
In the Sunday School and the meeting on Wednesday May 7 the pastor officers and members I First Born Church Elder 'F. food order <
Choir No. 1.: at 4 p. m. Business of vital im Howard Is still :
for eliminating the morning service pastor holding services DIXIE DARLING PEANUTBUTTER
Dell Chapter 168 portance. Reports will be made by In We DOLE SLICED
to funerallze their mother. Lincoln. do hope that
Dell Chapter 168 of Eastern M. A. M. and Joshua Dell at this They are deeply grateful to all our reporter .Sister WilhelmenaStrong
Star will hold regular meeting meeting giving highlights from the friends and neighbors for I Is not sick. 2 lb 591 No $|00
tonight at the Masonic Hall on the Grand Lodge recently held in participation and services Mt Pisjrah AME Church P'apple 4 Tall

Brownlee Street Worthy Matron Jacksonville ed' during their render-I Mt.Pisgah A. M. E. Church, Cans

Janie S. Mitchell asks all members Adult Education Rehearsal for Choir No. n will l Rev. Richardson pastor will hold DELICIOUS HI-C ORANGE
Moral and Spiritual I DIXIE DARLING
to start the month of May The class in be held on Friday night of this regular Communion Service on
successfully by attending this Foundations taught by Rev.J. week at the Church Deacon Willie I Sunday. What has happened to $100

meeting.Reports from the grand F. Franklin Is Increasing in I Green president asks all mem Sister Mary Helen White, reporter DRINK 4 46-oz Bread
Interested i 2
Persons
each week. 291M.
lodge will be made by the dele enrollment about. berg to please attend. Joan Jen ? Cans Loaves
in learning more
gates. The meeting is scheduled to kins reporter. Pleasant Grove Methodist ChurchPleasant -
begin at 7:30: p. m.Sister RaneEnglish the Bible so that they may be Calvary Baptist Church Grove Methodist t

reporter. 11able to compete Contest In the ,International the Calvary Baptist Church Rev. Church, Rev. Blount pastor will SUNNYLAND TENDER, MILD, CURED
Bible on
Calling All Auxiliary Members George Lee pastor held regular have services all day Sunday.
to
Challenge are urged enroll
.All members of the Auxiliary of $64.000 It communion service last Sundaynight What has happened to our reporter
this Wednesday night. maybe
Post 314 are asked to be present night will The,sermon was delivered Sister Dell and Bro. Hal
meeting
to the meeting on Sunday, 2 p. be,changed that the to meet the needs of by our former pastor Rev. C. A. land of Mount Moriah Methodist.

m. in room ,9. RJE. We have a enrollees. Adults can enroll Crum who served communionalso. Lets keep the program of God be .
message of special interest for all new the The spirit was high and service fore the public. We may be able\
class at RJE year
for
of you. The following officers will round.any The subjects include: English was enjoyed by all. Worship to lead someone to the church by
take over the program for 1958- with us any second or fourth Sun doing this. Let's advertise more
science history
mathematics
1959: Mrs. Leona M. Royal, president and music., day. Sister Lula Singleton re- for God your editor. HALF or WHOLETHE
: Mrs. Martha porter.
Whitley first
: Summer Program
vice-president: Mrs. Corean Mc In exactly six weeks the summer Antioch Baptist Church YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYGRAHAM FINEST HAMS'IN
Neil, second vice-president; Mrs. activity program will begin Antioch Baptist Church Rev. f s THE LAND ARESUNNYLAND
Pauline Marshall correspondingand under the direction of Mr. L. H. George Lee Pastor will hold regular Ib
recording secretary; Mrs. Ella Gibson. General Supervisor of service on Sunday starting
, 'Pearl Burroughs, with Sunday School at 10 C
treasurer; Mrs. Instruction for the Bradford a. m.
.Mrs.Jehn HcKInney
.
. Sophia Royal All members of the choir asked f
Chaplain s
; Miss Mae are ; '
County Schools. We win have two ALL MEAT Limit 3 Pkgs. Please
Frances Jenkins Historian; Mr?. centers open.-RJE directed by to be present. In uniforms for AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAALAAATh ,.

':Alma Jenkins, sgt.-at-arms! ; Mrs. Principal Eddie Thompklns, C. C. the procession at 11 a. m. e Mr. and Mrs. J. 'E. Wall and -
Ethel Young assistant: Mrs. Alta- choir, is planning a Beach Party Copeland Franks.Lb. 491
Anderson Junior High Lawtey,
sons returned to their home to
_mease Chandler financial seer e- directed by Principal Anderson.Dr. soon which Is open to the general Salina, Kan. Monday after spend ,
tary. Application public. Watch this for
for membership .- Florence Jennings and Oz paper the ing 21 days leave with relatives SUNNYLAND
has been made date shortly after school closes
by Mrs. Ruth Edna I by
ora Shell will work as assistants 4
here. Mr. Wall will leave Icy
a x
Dell; ,Holland wife of'William the regular session. Sister Emma ;
and have planned a very extensive year of overseas duty May 9. Pork
Holland who is Williams reporter. Sausage 49
a member of Post library program which will include ibCLU ,
Leonard home
Moody returned
314. Other wives of veterans Ebenezer Baptist Church ,
a "Reading Clinic"
daughters, and mothers.are each Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. Tuesday from Tennessee where ;
urged
.J Wednesday at RJE. Special books Robinson pastor will hold regular he had spent a week sightseeing W-D. "BRANDED" FULL CUT ROUND RIB, org

Stare tf* Profits In Storf I- services en Sunday starting with Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Starlingand
Sunday School at' 10 a. m. Supt. children moved back to their

1 t 1 Henry Bryant In charge., We regret home recently. ?
that our pastor has resign Mrs. Will Melton of Waldo an STEAK Lb 79
'
and will not be with us after sons, Jean and Oscar and granddaughter -

ninety days. Caroline and grandson
We had planned to. organize a Arthur visited Mr. and'Mrs. John
Choir' Union and still hope to 1: ny McKinney' over the weekendDon't DELICIOUS T-BONE, TOP ROUND orSirloin
our pianist: Mrs. Martin, will con
forget to attend church
tinue to come to us from Ocala. and Sunday School.SPECIAL. STEAK Lb S9x
We must realize
that the work of
FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 2,3 the church must continue to gOon WeD "BRANDED" FLAVORFUL

regardless of "Evil Roots.
We have had several calls for Chu.CkROASTLb59
? ? p-
9 PC. BEDROOM appointments by ministers. Thev x
GROUP most recent one comes from ROUND BONE '
c J. G. Smith. 721 N. Palmet .

Green Cove Springs. He can also l Sh'ld ROAST 69 s- 3
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be reached by phone at''3-270. .

F If any of the officers or membersare ,
I PROFITS" LEAN MEATY SHORT
interested In hearing this

gospel minister and scholar' he RIBS of BEEF 39
may be contacted at the above .lb *
address. Let the praying part of

the membership. "Drive and goGod t !t
Forward" for the Church of a

,, Ebenezer must keep marching up
FREELUBRICATION SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS
the' Kings Highway. Sis Ranell

English reporter. .-


Bethlehem Church Bethlehem Freewill Freewill Baptist BaptistChurch I ", 1/2


Rev. ICE CREAM 59
: s : L. McKay pastor >to Gal
will hold regular pastoral day on WITH EACH
; Sunday. Last Sunday we had :'{ ?
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I, Double Dresser_ Inner Spring special services and the spirit whigh as OILCHANGE.
with Mirror all day. Deacon S. W. Newman
; Mattress,7 I will begin the.work: for God

with Sunday School at 10 a, m. e :' ; $i) }
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Chest ,of Drawers Box Springs ,T Parents'are asked to come andsend v. & ;W tf .

bring the scholars, dont We Morton Beef, Turkey,
1 : : are pleased to announce Frozen Fruit
I t2 Feather Pillows Chenille Bed. them bring them. -
Morning ser-: that '
.we are
vice at 11 a. m.,4:45 Young People cooperating 2TMorton Apple, C'nut

? Bookcase Bed, spread i!: worship in charge, pastor, at or 7.:appointee p.m. evening In ity Days with Trade the Shopportun-Campaign.' ":Dinners I Cherry Peach 2 Six L9 i $100

Be to get
charge. Prayer meeting every sure your ProfiteSharing -

SAVE $ $42.00 Wednesday night. "I Can Coupons. Astor Frozen French Astor Delicious Frozen Grape
every Saturday night Sis. Gladys
Blye, reporter. ini r $100
SALE Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church TIllEY'SSinclair FRIES 4 Pkls $100 KideIt Gns

10Q95 Allen.Chapel A. M E. ChUl'Ch.Rev. !
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L. A. Sampson pastor did :

.PRlCE..IOV not have morning worship due to Golden Bantam Fancy Fresh U. S. No. Fancy Pole



.,-,.- Small Down Payment deo Andrews No Carrying Charges- q I!. During the message friend pastor.funeral Sister We the was were evening of' Alberta delivered our.pleased worship community Albright.by to :the the seethe Service CORN- 7 Ears 491 B EA N Sm 2 25C I



chairman of the board pre Ph. u. S.


HART < FURNITURE CO sent Sunday'Regular' Bro.starting Levy communion Lennon! *with services Sunday on 480. 301 SHIPPED EGGS 1 $ <| 00


School at 10 a; m. Supt Irene S 0 : DOZ

PHONE [80 STARKE, FLA. Thomas In charge, Love Feast at
11 a. m. Communion'at 6 p.; m. Mrs. L & Tanner __

","" j>1. Music, 'under the direction, of-Sis. LOW, LOW PRICES PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPSTHtBSbAY.
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.yyy.yyyy"y yyyyyy..Y9' I Mizelle and daughters and Jean t Thursday and were..the.luncheon inilaw'-from'Jacksonville.- I Dwight .and ttoldie dinner Student
were Man Room Box 1245
En Ucott, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. guests of Mrs. H rren'a mother, :Edward Green spent'the weekend quests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis -!Luke 'Air 'Force "Base, Glendale,
BROOKERBy Davis, Mary Jane and tpattY."Big- Mrs. .EdnaHai S. -here visiting friends. -Sunday.. I Ariz. '
ham. Barbar Sue and-Dickie Da- "Mr. nd'Mrs.'Teddy'Bighem of and : '
Mr. Mrs. Lloyd Padgett Sunday afternoon visitors of
James'A. McRae, Company 178,
Barbara Sue Davis vis and Harold and CoM Kingenjoyed Paris Island 'visited the W. E. visited Mr. and Mrs. }J. W. Pad- the McRaes were: -Mr. and Mrs. USNTC San Diego"'33, Cal. TAKE NOTICEJackson's
a picnic and swimmingat Blgham Jr. family last week. gett''' of Gainesville last Saturday.' T/N. Norman of H 'ilbronn. Mrs. :
AAAAAA AA A&&&& &&&.' Salt 'Springs Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee Sr. Kenneth and Elwood Padgett L. A. Crosby and daughter, Sue THE RIGITC l"PINT for ,tbr I
Mrs.:S. M. Mott visited her 'Mr. and Mrs: Byfcrd King visit- of Jacksonville visited the BighamJr. spent last Sunday With little Ter- of-Bayless Highway. Mr.-and Mrs. write. Come ing and -
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daughter Mrs. Mike Tilghman in ed Mrs. Kenneth Wheeler and family Saturday afternoon rell Jones and his grandmother 2 Robert Myrick and Kathy and way .yon favorite ESTERBROOR Livestock Market is YOUR
Gainesville for a few days last Mrs. B. J. Waters in Gainesville Doctor i and Mrs. Miller andchfldren'of Mrs. 'Boree of :Jacksonville was :Billy. :and Mrs. Sue Myr1 k.' of Fountain your Pen. 'TXOX3RAPH
week. Friday. Miami - Mr. and 'Mrs. Guy Harrell and Mrs. Guy Harrell and Mrs. G. guests of Mr. and Mrs: W. E. Big- Mrs.' lbert Griffis and'family. Lewis. :. --- -
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daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Davis were in Gainesville, ham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and Addresses 'of.the "sons of Mr. I 10(0 .

Mrs. Corbett and son, Glenn fLake family visited.Mr. and'Mrs. John and Mrs. JT .W..McRae. ,are; GAY'S When you bring your Livestock to Jackson's Market,
City and Annette Lee *oi ny Cowart and family of Heil-: : :
Lt. Afley
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.- Snare the Profits fn Star rnandlna'Beaeh'"Were the week bronri last Saturday. j I it has the very best of care and is sold for the

end guests of the Dennis Hodge Visiting Mr. *and Mrs. Ralph 'Home Appliances I
FOR'DEPENDABLE
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family. Gainey this weekend 'were their: "

Mrs. Freddie Clark and children daughters, 'Christine and DeloreSand Your Friendly HIGH DOLLAR

ofLake City-visited Mr. and Mrs their families.* ; Tensile Confrol ll ,:
Dennis Hodge The weekend guest of Gerald Norge Dealer You can always rest assured that Jackson's Livestock '

r 'M nette Hale of Lake 'Butler Gainey was Roger Gainey. of, '.'Household APest 11nMmeJ'W I
7 visited 1iis aunts, Mrs Mary ;Jacksonville. Control '. NQKGE ,APPLIANCES Market will work for your interest.. The Big Sale is on
Green and Mrs. Bessie ""Brown Jerome and Doyce Griffis had I
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MAY Monday. as their weekend' guests Buddy 'e Grove-8piaylogI MAYTAG WASHERS Wednesday of Each Week
FRIDAY, SATURDAY N 2,3FREE Mr and Mrs. Pitt :Baxter of Jones and his brother COLEMAN HEATERS and

Brooker'and Mr. Sand 'Mrs. Edna ,Jewell and Joy Allen were entertained 'OlD. FB.. 'HaM. FLOOR FURNACES [ COM&AND: SEE US :
BOTTLE Baxter of Gainesville visited at a birthday party last ,
\ Grady Baxter Who is a.patient in Saturday-'aftemoon.: The girls recetted -, 'Florida:Pest Control We Service AD'Makes JACKSON'S .LIVESTOCK MARKET: :
the hospital in Jacksonville on many useful gifts and ,
DE CHABOU Of
Appliances
;'Chemical r ,,
Thursday. many friends were there to help r Co.
Lovett Jackson Owner Bob Cooper, Auctioneer r
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COLOGNE Mr. and :Mrs. Frank 'Tiifu yII them celebrate: : 24 N. W. 18th Ave. \Phone .10 I ,

gave a lawn-party-Tuesday knight We .wish to say'"Happy Birth- ,oa>> a YWe, Ftortda : Gainesville, Fla. Phone,FR 6.7211 ;
II honoring Mr. Tinney's mother of day" to Linda Jones and Matthew Starke, Florida
WITH PURCHASE" ,OF OVER $1.00 Frederick Md: Those present for Gfiffis: -
i the occasion were: 'Mr..and Mrs. Boatdrain Baptist'Church j -
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For Bottle ..
Please Ask
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Earl Greeh Linda and Shirley Sunday School at 10 a. m.. I.
Green. Rodger Stone and Mr.: Worship at 11 a. m., Training Union -
30% To 50'% Off On Any''Watch c and "Mr. ana;Mrs. T. W. Markey. at 7 p. m, Evening Worshipat The Bradf
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and 8,p.'m. We welcome you to rd County TelegraphA.NN.O'UIN'c
or Ring son, Craig vacationed 'at South join in our'services ,

Moon camp over the weekend. "' :
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Mr. and Mrs. -
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and All Work Guaranteed'WILLIAMS
Watch Jewelry Repairs Gainesville were the weekend !,

guests of the Benny Thomas family. ES

JEWELRY126'W. .
Mr: and Mrs. 'Carl Thomas"of

Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. .. -...
Call St. Phone 375 Tim Thomas Saturday. SMI l* NRSTKK.il t-

Mrs A. C. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thomasand -4Soil I

Palatka .visited
children of Conservation /
I his parents the Bob Thomases !
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Surfday. ,
'Mr.and -Mrs. BuBdy Waters 1 r"B ill Baa ;I

THIS WEEKS and Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville = f Soil Conservation' Senlce i ,
J 'Were ithe weekend guests'of The 'sDistrict: fertilizer spreaderwas

.i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas. used by A. H. Harley and M.
Cecil Hinds o' Quincy spent the L.-Lawson: ,'They 'both-:have pasture T
weekend With his parents. :Mr. grass :planted" under their
aha 'Mrs. D. A.. Hines. pecan'tr es 80. '-they fertilize the : '
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and grass'and trees at'the Same time. SMITH CORONA > ;

Mrs. D. M. Starling slid Sylvia The F. F. 'A.boys. under the .
Starling of Jacksonville visited supervision of Paul Hutchins and t tt .
Wilbur Thomas who is 'a' 'patient s ffbe 'Wood ''used the spreader to
in the Gainesville hospital d fertilize the Pensacola Bahia 'PORTABLE TOEWRTTER%

I also visited other relatives here pasture at the F. F. A. Farm. .
\ last week. Lucian Conner used the District t ,. 3ei < iq4 _
Rev. and Mrs. James ''Temple grain drill 'to plant millet and _
and children and Mr. and 'Mrs; Argentine Bahia. With proper
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS4TO38"
Frank Tinney and sons 'enjoyed grazing... Lucian's' cows' will be. !CONTEST. a
an 'outing at Lake Butler lake able to get early grazing from the '
Sunday afternoon. millet and late grazing from the
Dewey Stokes of Jacksonville Bahia which is slower to get l'i
visited his parents the;H. E. Stok started. j i

es'Sunday afternoon.. Bobby Norman, who will repre .
SHEET c Mrs. Fred McDavid and children sent"Bradford Soil Conservation ,.
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and Mrs. Thomas'of Pompano District in the Area speaking con .. 3. ," .
visited Mr. "McDavid over test in Ocala'gave his speech at I ; H :
the weekend and visited'the J.-H. the Cattlemen's meeting Friday* FIsi; : PR lZ E <

Sewells Sunday 'afternoon night.Bobby did a right good job ) 6. 7. ,
'Kenneth Green visited"relativesin at making the speech and we fee ij-- p --_ "
''Palatka beer the weekend. he is going to make a good show1 .
55 This Handsome Smith-Corona
Mr. and Mrs.'Gerald Dukes and I ing in the contest. '
son' and Diane Dukes'of Lake; : t '1 .
SE tlS'FORCOMPLETE Butter, Mr.'and irs.-Earl Green.. A complete soil and water con-
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Linda and Shirley Green and servation farm-Plan'was preparedfor "SILENtUPER: \ .VALUE 1468S '

.,PER. : Rodger Stone were 'picnicing at Dennis H. Smith, whose farmis it. pt3.
Keystone Lake Sunday afternoon. located north of Highway 16. .
'BuiLDING SHEET Mrs. Mike Tilghman of Gain- The other day Don" Championand

esville visited Mrs. G. W. Davis 'F. K. Jones, Farm Foresters ;. 1 <
SERVICES TVe'dneaclay'afternoon'. "* were'o f.on Dr. Brbwnlees farm l
Mrs. H. P. Gainey has returned preparing for a demonstration on 'I. 4' 'SECOND PRIZE : THIRD PRIZEi ,
'I home 'after visiting with herdaughters the control of 'noncommercialtrees. I u

Paints 6 Roofing"Materials in Pompano and Oke- The demonstration will be i. r M 'I '. $35 Certificate ',$25 Certificate

\ echobee- for': ,several- days., Thursday'May 8th at 2 p. m. and ;
a
Lumber \. \ yyyJYYYYY1RISING will include!the demonstration of TOWARD, PURCHASE. ? TOWARD PURCHASE
I yyyyyyyyyyyy girdling equipment and the use of I
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: chemicals .for the elimination of ACROSS OF A SILENT SUPER ; OF A SILENT SUPER
Masonry undesirable trees. The locationof'the'demonstration
'. Water l.Tart of the 'name of ,
Pumps the people who
Products just off the r PORTABLE PORTABLEmade
:IB/I Mrs. Gordon 'JonesVisiting ai hard road on 'Dr. 'Brownlee's the first portable typewriter.. L

: ) ... place so it won't be hard to get 7.who'mes a typewriter for ,
Hardware Lawn Mowers A....&A A A A.. & 'A]I'A A' & rA
to it. : homework can expect to make up to S3
Robert Norman *6ve'r i I .per cent better grades. 100 FOURTH PRIZES
f the ''weekeiid were 'Mrs. --Emm I "The 1958 conservation theme 8. "I....-...becoming a faster-typist'as
Jones-Mrs.MBggie 'Norma and II for BOyS 'is Soil'and Water I type my homework,".said the student 1 .
Ernie Norman, all 'of 'GaIn svUIe. Conservation In'.Response to a with 'the new Smith-Corona. $JO Certificate Toward Purchase
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and I request 'from the fbi'Scouts of ,.
NO MONEY DOWN '10. An'expression of laughter .
daughter, Carolyn of Starke and ,America for assistance: in carrying '
'Mr./and'Mrs: 'Cecil Jones .and I out'this theme the Soil Conservation 11.Tart of'the'name of the company-who 'of a Smith-Corona Silent Super

family of ZellwooB visited"Mr/ah'd' Service has prepared makes the fastest portable ,typewriter .

Mrs. Robert Jones of Brooker. :fSoil rand 'Water Conservation' today. ,
;* Repair Sunday. I Activities for Boy'Scouts" and 14 *Newspapers require typewrittencopy Portable

Mr. and Mrs. ;'Eddie' Norman I assisted in 'the1 'preparation of because 'It's''easier,to ........... ,
visited Mr. and Mrs.)'Herbert JNorimt "Soil and Water ConservationProgram '15-A printer's : ..
r Add measure.
Rooms .
--- Carport ---. >rand family of Lady Lake Helps. These'already '
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.. 16.f Students( who .....to college should :
over tfce'weekend. r have'been'mailed'to'3.300 council CONTEST RULES
Bath ,RoomINCLUDING Mr. and Mrs Thurman Jones I and district Scout executives and be 'able to type. 'J .
and eons Eugene,:and Julius rand. ;'te.OOO troops 'b1 the National '

Leonard Moody vacationed "fortwo' Council. I, DOWN 1. Complete the Cross Word Puzzle, fill in your name
( SEPTIC TANK-AND'FIX- "! .
weeks"In'U e Great< Smokies 2. '"Who wants anew portable type-. and address on coupon below and mail to Bradford

TURES) and 'in 'South Florida; 3+YYVYYYYYYTYYYY'Pl writer?" ........ 'Cried the crowd. :! County Telegraph. Entries must be postmarked
Ellsworth of
''j( Paint -- :New Root I Dade Mr.-and'Mrs/C.'B.City spent the' 'weekend : N t i Km -3.-He,he can can write.type.his homework faster ..-...- by midnight Sunday, May 11.

with then-'brother and: sisterinlay Th. will be determined by all
2. placing coupons -
V .. .. ...who types'his homework
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and Mr's. A. C.JEllis. .
LABOR AND Mr.: : : '
MATERIALS) CHURCH'NEWS.Let's Mrs. H,, BL McBaetAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ; 'mb re 1ti Ite Tor outside activities. accompanied by correct puzzles'in a container
and drawing for 1st, 2nd, an d,3 r d prizes.
trerawnber bur Homecoming '5. Pica isihe name of a type.found ,

May 4 at Bayless Highway I We are sorry to-report the ill- .'on'-fcmitb Cordna'portables.' -: 3. The first 100 persons sending in coupons 'accompanied

Baptist Church. Everybody :come 'ness of our'pastor, Rev. W. E.' 9.'Colors'of the new SmithfCoronaport r by correct puzzles will be awarded '$10
apicnic'basket.let's
FREE ESTIMATES ; and all have bring a-wonderful time..,Ever- "HaU aild wish'him 'a speedy reebvery. ables are'the latest .....TOr fashion certificates 'on purchase of Silent Super, as well as

body Is invited. < tev. '"R inarl., Alvarez 10. Describe the weather'in Atlanta 'in being eligiSle for-grand prizes.

Sunday School at710 a. DL, brought a very, good and stirring July. "
CALL 'OR WRITE \ Church at5 1.1 a. m., .Training,;Union ,message. 12.'Part (if1 is-i heeL .ryI3. '4. ,Everyone 'submitting 'correct puzzle .,has equal

at-7 p. m- and evening.Ser 'Mrs. Varl Mitchell Is visiting .'""Many'years .;....... :Smith-Coiona. chance to win. ,
DAY OR NIGHT Also mid-wttk 'her 'children 'ana 'Other relatives -made '' '
at the'tint
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vices p. m. portable typewriter.Shopportunity '
Meeting. this week in Rome, Ga. 5. Drawing will be held at Bradford County 'T le-
Prayer
OR If you cannot go to your own Mr; and'Mis.-"T! V, Stinson and f' : graph office Saturday, May ,,17, at 4-P31. _You
45 333 ; cfiuith-we welcome frou at ours. daughter Kitty' and two grand- 'Days need not be ;present to win. All winners will be
Dont'forget church service. daughters ''of Griffin, ,Ga. spent 1 < w notified.
., Thursday'night of last week with Profit Sharing Coupons* ,
YY YTTTYTYTYYYfYY. YYYY.GRlEFIS Rev. andMrs..Hall.; r 'r6. ''Employees of Bradford 'County Telegraph and
We are&airy to report the ill- '- D ,their families: are tnot'eligible to participate. '

: LOOP ; ness-of F,-A. Crosby.He was taken Given ;WithAPurchases !.
' STARKE BUILDERS ill last'Thursday at;Iwork. .
Miss 'Pansy and Joie'Crosby of i- - - '- -
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Mr. and Mrsl: L.'A. Crosby during .. ", ame.1 -______
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O'Brien last Sunday 'were 'Rev.; of Jacksonville .and his mother, t8RAdRI 'Phone ::1
and 'Mrs. Orville 'Brookins arid -'-- ------------- '
; Mrs. J.1. Stephens and his sis- COUNTY

Afte r 5' .M/Ca1lLton Jordan -!.340-\v daughter Linda Faye of 'Hampton ter of Orange Park*and Mrs. C. \ -. : 'I 'Do You Own :A Typewriter __; _______...._ I
and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Me- C. Crosby of Bayless Highway
AT:S.A.L. DEPOT'STARKE.FI1A.. Neal of Jacksonvilletad 1nss ifisltsa fife H.M.'McRaes on last tfLEGRAP.H ''I i If You Are-AiStuden! t" Give Parents Name I

Catherine Padgett. ", Tuesday -.,.
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Pon's favorite kind. f win be $1.60 for adults, 'and '30c! Mrs.- Joyce Futch and brother-9-1 I..I;......S. were enroute to work in Jackson- nron. :II tMfj.j'nd s. Jccie S ariiu: and

CLD .FASHIONED FRUIT for children und r 12. Proceedswill Ralph. Miss Elizabeth Terry and J. B. Kirkland and family o! .ville. They are patients in St. daughter, Mrs." Mary UJTU. .1,
SALAD-Pare and section 2 or; be used for tending membersto Mrs.' Joyce' Futch carried her to : Starke, and James Norman of Vincents Hospital. Let's pray for!I i Miss Elizabeth Terry Mr. andMrs.

anges. Core and dice 1 red apple; the Youth camp this summer.' Lake City to catch the bus fcr'' Evergreen: visited the A. C. flirk- a speedy. recovery for them. j I !. Fred Moore, and Mrl Joyce

peel and slice two bananas. Put Miss Jackie Bales' spent the Tallahassee on Sunday afternoon. I laId family on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Irwin Gasquo :)f !{ Futch were among those visiting

in bowl. Break up one-half cup weekend with Miss Anita Riversat While there they visited an uncle I and Mrs. Edgar Striekland Jacksonville visited L. C. Gas-i Mrs. Jim Austin in Bradford
pecan meats. Into one-third cup her home in the Scrub near! and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of Green Cove visited Mr. and que on Sunday. Sunday. Mrs
I'County Hospital on
heavy whipped cream add 2 table Ocala. Terry. I Mrs. Earl Mcsley and family on Rev. Harvey Lane and family I,
$$ i been placed on the
> i Austin has
spoons of sugar and 2 tablespoonsof I Mr. and Mrs. Levin Griffis had Misses Arthurine Blanchardand Saturday evening. of Mirtdleburg called on Mrs. 'I'
PONCA. NEBRi= lemon juice. Stir well and add, as weekend guests their son and Esther Mason of Jacksonville I I Miss Frances Bell of Maxville Senie Prevatt on Sunday after- critical list.

Wherein I clean house. I paint,,,ness but so many things about- I to the fruit mixture, tossing I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests of'I'i spent the weekend with Misses

and scrub..I think of my school gardening and people and a host lightly. Chill serves four. Landon Griffis of Jacksonville. Miss Enza Blanchard. They all Patricia and Judy Padgett., One Qt. or Gal. Free with Every One You Buy.
.hndren at Clay Hill when I left''of' 'wonderful things. Working Here are some quotations from 1 Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Starling visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye at: Johnny Hazen of Jacksonville Because We Eliminate The Middle Man's Profit.
there 12 years ago and tha I'with the dead has made me want wise men and poets that I like, and family Mrs. Nathan Starling! their: Kingsley Lake home in Lle', visited Miss Betty Norman and
Changes. I I to study the Bible and I have read They who love are but one I Sherrill Higginbotham and Ron- afternoon.Mr. her parents Mr. ,and Mrs. 0., J. Rol-Latex EVERY FREE

There is nothing so bcauijful: the whole of it aloud to Don. It step from heaven.-James Russell nie Sapp were in Jacksonville on and Mrs. G. W. Durham Norman on Sunday, $6.98. Gal 2ND .
as wind'on water I was the'new translation and eas- Lowell. Sunday for a visit with Mr.- and Danny and Freddy Griffin Ray The W. J. Greens were in Live GAL.

Early in the morning, cr thj!I ily understood. I first read the "Let's go to that house for the Mrs.- Wiley Smith and fanvly. and Freddy Ballew, of Jackson Oak on Sunday for a visit with fI f MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
rain's soft chapter.Practicing Old Testament aloud; and then linen looks white and smells of Franklin Green of JaCksonvillp.1' ville visited .Miss Mary Julia /I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Carver.Mrsj.'lda I
the songs the IHght- the New Testament. Now I have lavender and I love to lie in a spent Sunday with the I Futch'on Sunday.,, I I ;, Padgett of Tallahasseeis 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588
Mother taught her; I new Translation of the Apocrypha pair of sheets that smell so."- family. Miss Elizabeth Terry was the visiting her son. Earlie and

These are the only things that which am reading aloud. I readit Isaak Walton. Mr and Mrs. Robert Crawfordand I Friday overnight guest of her sister -1 family. They all visited Mr. ,and: C 11T
really matter. Saturday night for 45 minutes "No one is fool enough to daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. E. Strickland in Mrs. Lige Dcuglas in Lake Butleron

There are things that man and Sunday night for 'one hour.I choose war instead of peace. For i Rudy Higginbotham and daughter Gainesville. Sunday.Mr. .
cannot alter; enjoy' it. in peace sons bury fathers, but in Maxville on Saturday. I and Mrs. Marvin Warren

Wind on 'water anti the soft I planted garden last week, in war fathers bury sons."-Her- Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Leavitt and .family Mrs. of Burnell Miami brought Wilkinson Mr.and and i and daughter, Lynne of Jacksonville A word tot

voiced rain; such as potatoes peaS. onions, odutus. family spent Saturday at St. i were weekend guests {)f Mr.
Where song-notes of sound and radishes, lettuce and frost proof "Love is a short word but it Augustine Beach. Mrs.home Walter on Monday Wilkinson and visited to their with I:,i and Mrs. J. E. Warren. jJj2 "once-a-week-

silence falter cabbage. This week it has been I contains everything.Guy De- Dr. Edward McKinley, District them until Thursday. Friends of Tom and Barbara ..
Alt! 'things perish, but these remain raining. I shall have to cultivatethe Maupassant. Superintendent the Methodist Jean Whaley will regret to learn shoppers. .
I think it is well to pause at Church of Gainesville filled the Mr. James. C. Smith, accompanied that they were seriously injured
new strawberry patch and
-Eleanor Hansen times to read the words of people pulpit at the Methodist Churchon ,by his wife, represented ,in automobile accident as they about
plant more vegetables now as properly
who have lived as you and I. suc- Sunday and. presided at the Lawtey. Jr. High School at the -
Time marches on. I clean house, soon as the earth dries. I love
F, E. A. Convention which
cessful and happy, Quarterly Conference afterwards. was (
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painting the kitchen cabinets Inside these days. On windy mornings This week I loved to listen to The'regular pastor, Rev. Troy t1; held in Miami this weekend..Mrs. numbing At insurance!
and out then ''the' wins: All the'd ve8' oo' in&iir fuhy. The t t Its Best -
so the patter of ram on the'roof of Wakefield was absent due to the i G. 'w, Roberts' 'taught the 9th' n
t the same ,white enamel! which I begin singing before day- JV All Types
robbins
thinkof grade in his absence.
the sun porch. It made me death of his wife's mother. 1 I Why do you do most of the week's marketing in a
can easily wash down. As I worked '
break. The sun is shining so r t
the above poem; all things Mrs. Lois Tucker and son, and Mrs. G. W. Roberts was a business than
and less
it's easier costly
I had many thoughts. It was i Economical single[ trip? Because
bright and nice now, but the air perish but these remain. Misses Deloris McCaffrey and. visitor to Palatka on Satur-
just 12. this April thatI g Prices several times week: By the same token
years ago shopping a
is chilly. I remember 12 years My cake is done. I will let it Shirley Tanner of Jacksonville day.
was closing school at Clay Hill ago it snowed ,in May about the get cold before I put the icing on. were Saturday guests of Mr. and: Mr. and Mrs. Redding and fam you'll be better off if you buy your property insurancein

and \ was preparing for the trip 12th before our wedding Day Don is at the store. The cold Mrs. Dave Tanner and family. ily of Green Cove Springs were See Us For Complete Job on a single policy and pay a single premium. It's

to Indiana to see my son, and to which was the 17th.I rainy days he stayed home. I Mr; and Mrs. Lewis Griffis and. Sunday guests' of the Louip Red- FHA TITLE 1 LOANS easier that way. And our one-policy home protectionplan
to Nebraska. I had said
come, on
many what God have lovely tulips and daffodils kept busy at my painting and family, of Raiford visited th can save you as much as 20% ,and give you
prayers over in bloom now and our cleaning. Digger dog is fine. He is Mann Griffis family on Saturday.Mr. "' TYUSConvalescent Plumbing & Heating from policies.
more protection than you'd get separate
really wanted me to do, and I
new lawn is so pretty and green.I eleven years old now,. but full of and Mrs. W. R. Lowery of
finally felt that He really wanted Call us for details.
life and spirit.I Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Home"A GNANNrI..UMBING ?
me to stay out here and help my mowed it last week. We had a I .
have a secret ambition andI Mr. and :Mrs. Leon Wilkersonand Home
funeral this Monday and it wasa Away From Home"
good Don. He needed and
me, say, "God if it is Thy will let family. I CO.
cold cloudy day.I HAROLD C. ML% AGENCY
wanted me to stay so badly, so ASK YOUR DOCToR
me some day take a trip around Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis hal 118 Court Street
'a white cake. In
here I am. I am glad that I stayed am baking a
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'a trip that visits all the law and daughter 'Mr and Mrs.,
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not only in this Mortuary, busi will put a choclate icing on
Missions and goes around the Eugene McDonald and sons of Night Call Collect 2S96
I Nurses oh Duty 24 lire. 'Daily Night: Call Harry Rabb, 536-J
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world. When we retire,'perhaps Jacksonville. I'' Keystone Heights
can. I think it would be wonder Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds : 227 S. Thompson I'hone 153 Starke, Florida
ip Covers Seat Covers ful. and sons, and Mrs. Lomie Mosley j .

t So I dream and work and pray. visited Mr. and Mrs. Hassle Reynolds
God bless you everyone. and Jimmy Lanier last Sun- :-t

Upholstery -- Drapes LOVE-MOTHER LURALAWTEY r
day.Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q, IIS 109 POWER
'w ,, ..VVV'VVVV.# '........ ... Rosier during the weekend were Y
r i Large Variety of Designs and Mr and Mrs. Homer Hart of ,

Materials To Select From \ Jacksonville Mr.. and Mrs.. J. L.

I Slade and family of Hampton and

CALL 239 the Edmond Rosiers of Mac-! LAWN MOWER GIVEN
dy Mrs. Joyce T. Kntch4A4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA clenny. I

For Free Estimates Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes had -
Sunday dinner guests Mr. and

SHEPHERD'S MYF The Spaghetti members Supper of the Methodist :as Mrs. Glen Conner and son of With Purchase.. Any Major Frigidaire WELL GROOMED LAWNS

1 RADIO & TVINMAN Youth Fellowship will serve a Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H.

Hamilton.Mrs. Appliance .. With TradeALLNEW >
D. GREEN, Owner spaghetti supper in the Sunday : H. R, Barrett and family ARE ROTC-CLIPPED '
School Rooms of the church be-
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239 Starke, Florida and Mrs. Wesley Wilkerson
ginning at 5 o'clock on Friday
visited Joe Greengrass
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family, of the State Farm
afternoon May 2nd. The supper
and God
I Mr.and :Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson" iay$: fast.r
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Miss Gloria Anderson on fr I sh aye and
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Share the Profits in Starke :Mrs, Edward Bebee 5U:1'1aY'1 Wdh R oto If i
business in Bartow cn raY s smao then bIadesM p I

Mr. and Mrs.R:, E. ,Le.e: and; chA ange dull
family were In Engima. Ga. on FRIGIDAIRE f _r I

IE1'i'- 'Sunday Clemmie for Lee.a visit' with Mrs., 58 221 SUIURIAN

Misses Bettie'and Gloria Craw-J Years ahead in design end performance ;
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22"cut. V' plus H P.4tycle ;
ford and Emery Griffis of Jacksonville -
"Thrifty I Thirty'l Range engine, with built-in recoil starter.
visited Mr.' and Mrs>Jack, I Staggered! wheel design ( "
the weekend. > ( iron, 8' rear). Chromereversible
Crawford during
hand.nd! deck
jcH 'Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. .. a' I plate. Chute-type gtadischarge '
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change
the arrival of a !.i: -
Allen Carter on "" blades like a'raurl,
daughter, Kathy 'Denise at Doctors .
Hospital last Tuesday. Mrs.: New Sheer Look" ,
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FRI.-SAT. i- I i1 1r
I Carter is the former Miss Quin- % Styling ,-

}JVlay 2,3. elle';' Smith. 0'1-_ / / Keeps, yo tit a x I i
Gainesville
Horace Nettles of
Step and in Styfo ;
visited Mr.and Mrs. Wilmot Starling t With the futwif !

JACKSONVILLE PRICES NOW AT KOCH'SWE evening.and daughter on Saturday jf j jI

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Mrs. J. H. Mikell and Miss Marl .. F 't -
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ARE cr garet Bradley of Jacksonvillewere !
$1.00PIGGY weekend guests of Rev. and I
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NEVER %f Mrs. E: P. Sheetz and daughter,.' 1 f// rv// I II,

Miss Rose Mary. i iI

ALARM CLOCK J UDDER BANK,. Mrs. Alice Jones of Ther ssa, .v I THE POWER MOWER THAT NO EXCESS VIBRATION I

spent the weekend withMr., and Blades" We.Kcal
"Speed ar.Rbd.1 -
ONLY Mrs. O. J. Phillips.Mrs. CHANGES BLADES LIKE A RAZOR i
*gk SOLD I in weight. tolling edgeend
Johnny Jenkins and family ri 1Wl performance. No ... I

I lof Jacksonville spent from Thursday 1[L! OT. II .i."d". i
only 1 .98 59C until Sunday with her par I Itnts even sharpening !

Mr. and "Mrs.:O.,J. Anders.! engine lifelBOIMOCK i
/ FALLS PRODUCTS. INC.. GENOA ILL f
Mr. and Mrs G. 'B. Colvia of'I ,
I Lennox Ga. visited :Mrs. R. H. / NO "BROWN TINGE" GRASS SENTINEL -. I

Futch and the Obed Pauleys this "Speed Blodei" change _like; a razorl! Hefty hardened steel blade! hub I
weekend.Mr. / / can b. replaced in a (iffy when assembly'with Hi" diamele'r driving I
and Mrs. Nelson Pricett dulled! Grass is sliced not "chopped!" member holds rotary arm to
Cool While Last I
Keep
How They Clean green shoots only no "shredded" drive shaft assures trouble'
and family and Bobby Norman I
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free !
giou ends shot lean "brown iMgt. mowiegl 'A :
visited Ned Privett in St. Lukes j
Hospital on Sunday. 1 :

9 :Mrs. Carl Hilliard was honored 12 FT. REFRIGERATOR i!
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8 INCH FAN with a birthday dinner at her I
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4 ; home on Sunday. Those enjoyingthis .30 nches ,of Sheer Cooking Magic I I

lovely affair were her husband !
Mr. Carl Hilhardr; and Giant Size Oven J .I .- .- 'f I

Mrs. Jason Hilliard and family, S Automatic Cook-Master Oven Control f I
(No Dealers) and Mr. and Mrs: R. C.' Keene Faster-than-ever Surface Cooking I !I

and family ,of Jacksonville; Mr. 8-inch Heat-Minder prevents burning or boil-overt i! t
$t50' One Girls $49.50 and.:Mrs. Vanis Keene and family .' Super-fast Speed-Heat Unit-cuts cooking time I
ROAD1V of Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. t I I t

STER ROADMASTERBICYcLES Earl Starling and family and'.y plilgAii these other Golden Anniversary I E-: : i i

and.Mrs. Marshall Mott and SODS l Features from FRIGIDAIRE .
-BICYCLE of'Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard ;
Rosier and daughters; Full-width- Quick-Clean Oven High-Speed Radiantube I j

Cll RIDE Fort Pierce; the J. B. GasKins Broiler Aluminum Broiler Pan and Grid I Automatic 1. :

!' family, and the Claude Hilliards. Interior Oven Light One-Piece Cooking Top, raisednowpiU a !
TO
SO IT OUT SO Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williamsonand f rim 60minuteElectric 'Time Signal 1 d g

.. FOR sons of Gainesville spent Ete&rid Clock with sweep-second hand Automatic M,
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Troy Appliance Outlet Signal Lights for Oven and Surface .

Bennett and Gary. Units Fun-width Storage'Drawer Eas1-t& lean .

_. \ Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Waldronand Removable Drip Bowls and Control Knobs
family of Miami spent Sunday ,

.with the 'Robert WaWrpns.Mr aM I i4r
and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt I -7
BEACH Regular t$4.95: Scotch 25 Sq. Ft.
and family were in Lake Butler! \

TOWELS COOLER BAG AluminumFOIL' ,on Saturday for a visit with Mr.I Galtbraliiig J 0 .

and :Mrs. Ernest Southerland.Miss l 50 Years of
: I Gloria Wilkerson of Jacksonville ] General tolafl
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Insulated'a ONLY ; leaders*.p, .1 .
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9S'-c, Perfect For 1o.5 her parents spent Mr.the and weekend Mrs. Ben-with:i l

'Keeping Lunches, L.J 39 C nett Wilkerson. Cfme Se& America's EasIest-to-Use, Easiest- y" ___ __ '
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Mrs. Clyde Hall Drinks and Ice .. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Greenand "
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t. sons of Adel. Ga. were attending t9-Clean, Better Cooking.Ranges from Frigidaire. 122.8JSTARKE

t to business. here on Sunday I
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Pxes fl.nS'qallep, For and Delivered Mr.: and Mrs. Floyd Martin and

son of Daytona Beach broughtMrs. RADIO &
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Free Truck Delivery Service Sam Hicks to her home on
NHlKiNE Friday and remained for the ,
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THURSDAY, MAY 1. 1938
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tTTYYYTTTT TTTYTTTTTTTTT the spring rites. for the Goddess the serving of Bight\refreshments. M 1.. 'Beach of Jacksonville. I,I home over the weekend. Those witted to the Glendale Hospital(
Maia. j I The 'book ',"studies In Hosea", HEILBRONN May Day is also celebrated In' being used in this course and family of Zephyrhills visited with Mrs. J. W. Thornton and family who suffered a heart attack Saturday -
many European countries, ps a taught,'by, the Pastor. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. Kelly's mother Mrs. r ci Jacksonville and Mr; and Mrs. and entered the. Bradford
I / CHURCH NEWS'At By Airs. Harvey McCarthy labor holiday, comparable to .the enjoyed:the refreshments coffee Annie Kelly over the weekend. I Leon Wainwright and family also County Wilmont Hospital Brown and Monday Mrs., R.Mrs.L.
American Labor Day. soft drinks and donuts served Pearson Ccx and Miss Marilyn: of Jacksonville.
6&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.".... In the United States: May Dayis last'Frldai night.. Again, Heil- Cox visited with their' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan and Morgan who are home from the
hospital but still sick. Please remember -
HI Everbody and a happy, May similarly celebrated 111 addition bronn Church invites you to wor- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox during the family of Jacksonville are spending -
u to in their behalf
Day to all. The name May Day is to Labor Day by labor unions, ship with us or at the Church of I weekend. Both are students in a few days with Mr. Morgan's and for others pray that are in pain.
popularly given to the first day who associate the day' with a your choice,'at any and all of th', Gainesville. !I parents; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mor- '
The Tabernacle 1, Presbyterian ChurchFriday of May, which for many centuries strike for an eight-hour working Services. I Mr and Mrs. Charlie Hilliard Sorry no official farmer' report -
I has been traditionally cele- day called by unions 'on May ,1, _Mr. and Mrs. William Green announce the marriage of then gan.Saturday guests of Mr. and for you this week but one of
The special services at the Adult Choir practice, brated among the Latin and Ger- visited with relatives and, friends two sens. Manuel Hilliard and .Mrs. WiUiam Green were Mr. our farmers told me Tuesday
Gospel Tabernacle with Dr. Harry 8 p. m.Sunday. manic peoples. MayDay festivals 1896.Thus you have information a-- and enjoyed church services in Miss Faye Wilks were united in Green's brother and family, Mr. morning that price of strawber-
McGee are interesting and en-' Church School for probably stem from the rites in bcut today, which is MayDaY.- St. George, Ga. last Sunday. Upon matrimony Friday evening in and Mrs. Donald Green of Jack ries has dropped to nothing.
lightening. He has been one of' all ages, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship hcnor of a Roman Goddess Mafia, Activities scheduled for Heil- their trip home they visited'Mr.. Jacksonville. Tcmmy Hilliard and i sonville. May the good Lord watch over
Billy! Graham's teachers in ccl- 11 a. m. Homecoming: n- who was worshiped as the sourceof bronn Church are regular serviceson Green's grandmother,., Mrs., Burn- Miss Carolyn Warldon were mar- Don't forget the ElementaryPTA and care for you and yours bye
lege and has also assisted in some ner on the grounds 12:15: p. m. human and natural fertility. Sunday including Sunday sed and. his uncle and aunt, Mr. ried Saturday afternoon in Starke. 'meeting at the Elementary now.
of the Graham campaigns as' Youth Fellowships 6. p. m. Even- School. Morning Preaching and Mrs.. Ted Burnsed in Mac- Both Couples'will make their Cafeteria in Starke. Tuesday at
well serving as'an chap ing Worship "Standards for the May Day is currently celebrated LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST
Army
as primarily Training Union and evening Wor clenny. home in Jacksonville. Congratulations 7:30: p. m. All parents need to be
lain and missionary. Church," 7:30 p. m. as a children's festival ship at the appointed times Mrs. ,Lois Henson and son of and best wishes are extended present.Th I (presently meeting in City Hall)
marking the
Mrs. McGee has assisted by Tuesday Board of Deacons. flowers with the coming reappearance of of preaching by the pastor. Rev.. Jacksonville were weekend guestsof to each of the newly-weds md Heilbronn Home Demonstration Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m..
leading the Thursday afternoon 7:30: p. m.Wednesday. and it is traditionally spring, Walter Lee.Wednesday. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. may God's richest blessings always Club will meet in the worship, U a. m.EveningYoung.
prayer meeting, and gave'an illustrated Planning Com- with. joyous greeted night will be regular Ernie Johns. be upon you. Home cf Mrs. White next Thursday people's Bible
talk on Mexico ac one mittee for Union Services, First garlanded pole.dancing around a Church Conference after'which Miss Sandra Carmichael of Mrs. Henry Thornton and newborn May 8, at 2 p. m. AU ladies study, 7; preaching, 7SO.:
of the evening: services. She is Christian Church 8:30: p. m. This the Study Course. Friday night Jacksonville visited from Thursday baby boy, Everett Arnold ,interested in this work are urged Wednesday-Bibl study 7:30p. :
also an able teacher. Thursday Junior Choir practice Maypole is belived by most Choir Practice will start at sevenp. to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. returned home Friday from the to attend m.
Among the out of town visitorsat 3:30: p. m. Starke Social Club scholars to be a survival of a m. in order: to have ,time for I!Bill Reddish.. Also visiting over Glendale Hospital in Pa'atka. The. 'sick of the communityare Radio Programstation
the meetings were Rev. and Methodist Recreation Hall 7:30p. : I Phallic symbol formerly used in the Study Course followed with !the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. There were many guests in their : R. L. Morgan who was ad- i WRGR. Monday, 6:3p a, m.

Mrs. Clarence Dibble of PenneyFarms m. -- ----- .
who attended Saturday --
night this being their "home- First Christian Church
'coming", in observance of their


'on was first April solemnized wedding 26 of anniversary at last the year.Taberuacl-which They Morning Rev.Youth Sunday J.Churcn School E.worship Sherwood,,7 10,p.m.11 a.m.a.m., pastor \ 'fahe.ourJroh t : to Church tfus tueeft J//6s JiJ/v'leJe/i : '


were accompanied by Mrs. Marie Wednesday Prayer Meeting, I'I'I
Wilson and Mrs. Mary Coates .
7:30
p.m.Adult '
also of Penney Farms. Choir practice 6:45: p.m. I
The special services will continue Wednesday.
through Sunday May 4. Ladies Council lit and 2rd

Tuesday nights.Everybody .
Methodist ChurchChurch welcome to each

School '9:45: a. m. 2ervt e.

Morning Worship 11 a. m. A CATHOLIC CHURCH
nursery is provided for email St Edward's. Starke Sunday )
children during morning worship Mass '10:00 a.m. Holyday Masses, J
,and a Junior Church has been organized 6:30: and 8:30: a.m. Sign of the % I
for ages 6 to 12. Everyone Cross Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism
.(is invited to worship with u. Class for children every Saturday -
at all services. MYP. 6:15.: Even- 9:30: a. m. I
Ing Worship, 7:30.: St. William's, Keystone .
Prayer Meeting and Bible Heights (follow Htway 21 southto I JU.I ;--. I -- - -
Study Wednesday 7:30 p. m. St. William sign Sunday Mass I S f I
8:15: a.m. Holyday Mass, 7:30a :
m.. Confessions before all Masses. -
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Rev. Raym a4 Co MaeBlabI THEFARMERS .. THE GEM JEWELRY"Starke's
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Wednesday:00 p.m. Choir Bible Study and Prayer MeetIng i u
Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany and ; 7:30: pm., Wednesday. .' STARKECONWAY'S
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