Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01498
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01498
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I 'n Circuit Court'Shiners
Bids Due May 27

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f 1f To Get Start On 301

t tf PreSentenceInvestigation .

\f\' j I I II Seen In JunePossibility

Moonshine cases a breakingand that work on four-laning 11 miles of U. S

I entering and a civil suit for : r Highway 301 might get under way in June seemed in prospect -

15,000 are scheduled for trial 1 this week as the State Road Department called for bidson

next week following the disposal i! \ t the project to be submitted May 27. Ordinarily contractsare

of four cases and investigations awarded by the SRD within two or three weeks after ,J
;; ordered for four otheis in the
I : after bids are received and work is expected to begin as soon
Spring term of Circuit' Court this
r- \ r as the contract is let.
week.Wallace I -I- L 'Itt ____ I The 301 job was the largest
B. Gray Jr. was placedon 1 Believe It Or Not Federal aid project among 23 on
five-year prcbation by Circuit i iI 1
. -I which bids were called for in va-
<, ', I Judge George Patten and ordered I t ; '
"- SM ricus parts of the State. It em-
__ .. to pay $75 restitution within 30- tj
f-- _i' braces 11 miles of Highway 301

dajs.: Gray pleaded guilty to rob- A _ _ No ObjectionsTo
'l.- A_ -.s.--, north of Stark., to the Clay Coun
BAND SACKED! bery last November. ty line.L. .

Annie Mae Green charged with O. Hazen, right-ot-way official -
desertion and non-support, en-I, AT FFA BANQUET Rate IncreaseAt with the State Road Department -

I Parade Friday Before Fish Fry tered a plea of guilty and sentencewas i said yesterday that the ac
deferred provided she get a i quisition of needed parcels of

job and help support her three II Champ Livestock Team 7j1R Phone HearingThere land along the route is In "good

In Fund Drive For New Uniforms children. 1 shape," and estimated that deeds

Following guilty pleas, pre- $ i to around 80 per cent of the prop

sentence investigation were ordered Gets Trophy For JudgingA .' was no opposition to pro- erty have already been acquired.It .

Cookie Mathews. Perman Kob. year. Other officers named were: I in the following cases: Oscar. posed adjustment of rates and is anticipated that the 301
erts; and Margaret Am Uinkms Herbert Dayton, vice president; R. Estes and Jimmy Starling for I. \ improvement program will be a
give a prevue of the "sacK pa- Mrs. Edward Beebe, secretary; larcency of a cow; Wade Bryant' highlight of the annual FFA charges by the Starke Telephone shot in the arm to Bradford

rede"; to be staged by the BHS and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, ,treas- for assault with intent to commit Parent and Son banquet, held in Company during a public hearing County economy, both during the

Band Friday afternoon at 3:30: urer. H. K. Tyus was appointed murder; Ford Manning.i the.high school cafeteria last 4'ru Star Wednesday conducted by the Florida period of construction work, when

o'clock in downtown Starke. tc have charge of tne refreshment Robert Parnell Tyson Jr., and I day night was the presentationof Railroad and Public Utilities many local workers will be em-

This unusual event, for- which stand next season. Elmo Hampton for possession of a handsome trophy to the ; Commission.Vice ployed, and after it is completed,
band members will be outfitted in In case of rain the fish fry will moonshine stills. II Starke chapter' Livestock JUdg- ; when the improved highway will
be served in the high school cate- Chapter ___ H. A. [Buddyl attract even greater tourist travel
discarded feed sacks is being Pleading not guilty were: Sherman ing Team for their overall high __
Bishop, Jr. requested the adjust-
teria. the .
staged to publicize a fish fry to Griffis, Frank Alford Sweat score in statewide competition last through county.Mandate
ment because of the company'shuge
This event will also feature _
be heM at the BHS athletic field and Carlie Mobley for possession fall. ,p4y fL
door and auction of discarded FarmersGerald expansion program extended -
prizes an .
Friday night! at 6 o'clock to help of stills Strickland
articles donated to the and Earl .E. In picture above G. C. Norman; service and installation of the
raise funds for new band uniforms. for breaking and entering. Their livestock specialist with the State: dial Stayed
band will be toeld with Speakerof Ld system.
Final plans for the parade and cases are dud to be tried next Department of Agriculture Education -
made at a covered the House Doyle E. Conner as ; The request will be considered
fish were -t
fry week. is seen presenting the trophy -
dish supper meeting of the Band auctioneer.All of to Bobby Norman, high scor- ____ _____ i and a decision will be announced In Carter Case
Parents Association in the high items to be auctioned off a plea guilty Willie probably within two months either -
member of the team. Other
school cafeteria Monday night. \\ill.be donated previously by any. Turner, charged with'non-support ing ment and good soil practices. Allen Shadd of the Bradford granting or turning down
the and one who wishes to help the cause. and aggravated assault, was givena team members pictured are Buddy Honorary chapter membershipswere Chapter and Wilbur Barry of the the application.The .
Also at this meeting
Jones, D. Ritch Green, and Jerome ReviewSheriff
Persons who want to donae:: articles suspended one-year sentence presented to 1 S.: L. Peek Jr., Starke chapter. who representedtheir Pending
Parents accepted the bid of J. H. Griffis, with J. U. Wood as Ad- present and proposed rates:
may call J. E. (Bill) Wall provided he pay $15 a week sup- Elden Mathews Lloyd Wilbur chapters in the Sub District
Lewis Co. o? Philadelphia, represented visor. Team member Tom Smith are as fellows: For the Starke exchange -
and Dick Williams at 487-J or bring the article to port.> A pre-sentence investigation Barry, B. T. Thomas, H. U. Public Speaking Contest. P D. Reddish late Wed
By Jack not when ; Business 1 from $6.50 to
stand at the stad- was ordered into the other was present picture was Scales ,Ernest Carl Johns
of Gainesville, for the purchase ot the refreshment Rudolph Sapp, president of the $8.50 Business 2 from $5.15 to nesday received.a telegram fromG.
rew band uniforms at a cost of, ium any time Friday morning, charge. made. Sr., and S. G. Denmark.It Bradford chapter. served as master $7.50. business 5 rrom $5.00 to P. McCord. clerk of the Florida
around 3600. May 16. The stand will be open Charged with non-support, Willie The gold-plated cup' is a rotat- was announced that Wilbur of ceremonies during the ban- $6.25 and extensions remaining at Supreme Court staying the man
for this until 12 o'clock Williams pleaded guilty and ing trophy and jl1U* be won bya date of the Court
The new uniforms for which purpose Barry president of the Starke quet and program. The invocation $1.75. Appellate in the
band members are being measured noon on Friday. was ordered to pay .$7.50 support chapter three times (before allowed Chapter and ,a.'BBS senior. has was given by Hal Mott. and case of Effie Carter versus State

this week. will be scarlet and gray j I I a, week or serve 'one year in,prisn. to keep permanently.. just been'awarded 'a $2.000 schol- the welcommrnddress by'John ,residence Residence 2 ,1 from.from$3.75$4.50 to $5.50. of'Florida. McCord's, message said
(the' 'schl'coIor; );-r plaeiI the Mobile 'HomeIndustry I In lower photo tne ,Bradford arship to study forestry at the Allen ,Shadd. The response ,was residence 5 from to $4.50. the mandate was stayed pending-
present red\.tnd. white uniforms Prosecuting attorney Mack Chapter Advisor, P. C. Hutciiins University i of Florida. The scholarship given by' James,L Temple of the and 3.00 $3.25 disposition of certiorari proceedIngs -
which are now* aBout eight )ear. Growth Wen was granted a request of is seen presenting the Star Chapter was awarded by Gair BHS coaching staff. extensions remaining at $1.50. : before the Supreme Court.
; Farmer award to Wilbur Barry P. B. X. stations from $1.75 to
ol1e Prosque the'case of William -
Through her attorneys Mrs.
old. ,Bandmaster Klden! Mathews Told At RotaryThe Woodlands Corporation of Savan- Musical num rs'were presentedby $2.00
Barton : and Roland Stern for their out and pay stations from $9.75to
and Leroy Willis on Carter is asking the
said that the normal life of a nar Ga., was based on outstanding the Bradford Chapter Quar- Supreme
band uniform, about six years. growth of a comparatively a charge of grand larcency.The standing farming projects during scholastic achievement, leader- tette, and the Starke Chapter $12.75. Court for review of the Appellate

According to terms of the con- new industry in the U. s.-mobile $15,000 suit Lillian Harris the year. ship, cooperation, and interest in String Band, which recently won For the Lawtey exchange; BusIness Court's decision upt.olding her
tract, 50 per.. cent ($1,800): ) must homes-was described at the Rotary and Arthur O. Harris vs. Samuel William Haas, district soil conservationist forestry the district ccntest. 1 from $6.50 to $8.50 business conviction here on an aggravated

be paid with the order. 25 percent Club Wednesday by Jack Rosenberg is to be tried next made the main address :- Doyle E. Conner, Speaker of A special gift was presented to 2 from $5.75 to $7.50, business assault charge in December 1956.
next November and the final. Hodge, president of Florida Mobile Wednesday.A of the evening, emphasizingthe Mrs. Myrtle Jones, manager of 5 from $5.00 to $6.25 with extensions Mrs. Carter was sentenced to
25 per cent in April 1959. The Homes, with headquarters in Grand Jury was not called fact that the average farmer the House and a past National the high school cafeteria in recog- dropping from $2.00 to pay a $1,500 find or one year in

Band Parents Association now has Starke.Mr. this week, so the veniremen were can increase his production 23" per FFA president made a short talk Hition of her work in preparingthe $1.75. prison and her daughter Mrs.

around $800 on hand. representing Hodge said that an estimated dismissed.- A new venire has been cent by the use or modern equip- and presented $10 checks to John hannnpt._ Residence 1 is to remain-- $5.50..--- -. Jewell Faulk, convicted cf the
profits from operation of the re- seven million Americans drawn up from which a petit juryof residence 2 drops from $4.75 to same offense 'was sentenced' to
fieshment stand at athletic games. are now living in mobile homes six shall be selected next TEACHERS BACK INGRAM $4.50. residence 5 from $4.00 to pay $750, or serve six months.

They hope to raise another $1,000In I house trailersl and it is estimated Tuesday morning at 9:30.: $3.25 with extensions still $1.50.P. Mrs. Faulk has also been granted -

the next few weeks, as the that the number will increaseto The new venire includes H. E. 4* B. X. stations will jump from a stay for an underterminedperiod.
order must be placed 'early in 15 million by 1960. He said that Stokes. Blanche C. Vaughan, Three Testify' Boy's Punishment $1.75 to $2.00 and pay stations .

June if the uniforms are to be his firm which started in Starke John F. Jaudon, D. L. Thomas 1 from $9.75 to $12.75.
ready in time for football season several years ag,). now has Edwin T. Prevatt. Guy Parrish. Racing Payment

,next Bill fall.McRae is serving as chairman localities.The branches. in seven other .or1da Gilbert Stone, S.S.W.Brown Whitehead.Raymond RudolfA. L. By Principal Not Too SevereA # Change For ;the Business Kingsley 1 from Lake$6.50 ex-to Brings Year's Total '

of arrangements for the fish speaker said that because Crawfcrd, .Berry Dyal, Cedric Afrz't1 $8.50 business 2 from $5.75 to To $160,000 Here
$7.50, business 5 from to
fry Friday night when adults will of its rapid increase in population R. Rosier. Noah J. Davis. 3. G. hearing was held Monday was emotionally upset and $5.00
be served for $1 .and children for Florida is becoming the center of Denmark, Wm. E. Bigham. Jr.. A. afternoon for Hugh B. Ingram, was kept in the hospital until $6.25. Bradford County last week received -
50 cents. Besides fish. slaw. bak. the mobile home industry, with Z. Padgett Thomas Russell. and I Jr., principal of Lawtey Elemen- Sunday, April 27. Residence 1 will remain $5.50 a check from the state for

ed beans, and coffee, the menu most of the manufacturers establishing Herbert F. Cloversettle. tary School, charged with assault Sheriff P. D. Reddish and residence 2 will go down from $10,000 representing its share of
will feature delicious hushpuppies plants in this state. He Also called were E. C. Johns. and battery for the paddle teat- Deputy Dolph Reddish testified : : $4.75 to 450. residence 5 from the $1,675,000 in racing tax revenues -

provided by the Dixie Lily Co., predicted a continued growth in James E. Rosier. O. E. Green. ing of nine year old second grader they went to see the boy Satur- $4.00 to $3.25.P. distributed to each Florida

who will donate materials and the future due to the ever-in- Harold A. Alvarez E. L. Kelly, Gerald Griffis of Lawtey, April. day the 26 and took pictures of B. X. stations from $1.75 to county. Broken down, this was
send members of their staff here creasing demand for low cost Dave Green, Harry W. Baker. 25. the bruised areas which were $2.00 and pay stations from $9.75to $8,000 from horse racing and $2,-

to cook them. housing. Edgar Glisson Francis Howard: The three witnesses for the defense presented as State's Exhibit 1 by 1 $12.75.It 000 from dog racing.

At the, meeting Monday night After the meeting the Rotarianswere Ncrman. Robert C. Barksdale school teachers who either prosecuting attorney Mack Futch. ; was brought out that free the 25.000 state, of was jJie distributed total received to tile by
Mrs. Junius M. Smith was reelected invited tc view the units at Chester E. Andrews, C. A. Origg- saw or heard the incident froman Mr. Futch voiced the opinion t service will be provided throughout -
president of the Band the Florida Mobile Homes displaylot ers, Ira R. Lester, J. C. Sapp, outer office testified that they that Gerald was a frail. lad. but out three exchanges and the counties, bringing to $160.000 the
Parents Association for the new on U. S. 301. Howard D. Starling, and' S. L. did not believe the spanking too Ingram said he was a tough boy present toll charges will be amount this fiscal sent each county so far

-' -- Peek, Jr.Merchants. severe or brutal.It and not as frail as he looked ad-' _abandoned__n______.. I' yeanIn
this county, the first $15.000
was brought out that the boy ding that he did not consider the
: EXIT ALTMANJames Proposed mileage charges for to the
goes hospital and the remainder -
AskedTo is a problem child and can't get paddling excessive. I
rural One is 4060; between the
$ subscribers are: party;
r : along with other children. It was Gerald in relating incidents! B. Altman lights a cigarette I schools and
Post NamesOn reported that he is a slow learner leading up to the whipping testified as he leaves Bradford 42c per quarter mile beyond the Two county

_ Doors For PoliceFor but tests show he could learn if that while playing outside County courthouse last Thurs- base rate area, two party 21c j' more. one on distributions June 1 and:: the areEcl1eduled.

he applied himself. the school, a boy took his marbles day to begin life sentence in per quarter mile beyond and five 1 I final one cn June 30.
some time the police have Gerald's teacher, Mrs. H. B. and tried to start a fight, after for
Raiford ,State Prison Jan. party is divided into zones: 0 to
been reporting open or unlocked: Kelly, and Ingram's account of which Gerald grabbed him around :
8 of Unit
slaying Nursing Notice
2 miles $3.25. 2 to 3 j
miles 3.50,
doors of business establishments the whipping and incidents leading the neck and, choking him, let
in town. Their"practice is to lock up to it coincided. Mrs. Kelly him go.Mrs. Manning here' After escaping' jail)i 3 to 4 miles $3::75, 4 to 5 miles j All registered nurses are invited -

the door if possible and notify the brought the child to the principal Kelly said the boy who 'recaptured'in-Jacksonville on Easter Sunday, Altman j| $4.00 and for stations beyond this i to attend a meeting of the

owner or manager., In many casesit and witnessed the proceedings.The had been choked came runningto was' 25c per month, per subscriber will | Nursing Unit, Tuesday evening
and later to
$ !
plea4ed guilty, ,e4I
has been impossible to contact other two teachers. :Mrs.: her, crying and exclaiming that the'I charged for each additionalmile j: May 19. at 730; o'clock at tna
and deree"murdrr. With$ ,
such a and 'in' Mrs. Morris heard and added to the base rate'Bradford
person one case the Hamilton and Gerald had tried to choke him Prisoner is Ptf.il y- Sweat County HospitaL
door would not locK': only what went on from 'an outer She then took Gerald to Ingram's of $4.00.

Mayor Jackson and acting chief office. office.
I/i I HoTlzendorf want_ the pubhc to Accordingto testimony, the bey Presiding Judge T. A. Yawn Fondling'Charge, .

know that their men are on the waited for the school bus and took the case under advisementand I Binds Man Over I
:: job. trying to protect.property and rode home to relate !his story to will :hand down a ruling at IT'S A NEW GAME \
hope business people will cooper- his mother who.in turn tojd Mr, a later*date.! Court
; TrroR.H I IEL II ate by locking their doors. They Griffis after he got home frpm I
suggest that a card' be placed onth'e work about 5 o'clock. They drove I Roddy Struth ,Louise Avery Brown and Glenn Look For Your NameInShopportunityAds

door of each business place to Kelly's store to verify the facts Shannon 'charged with being

with the name and address and and then went to the home of .HP. Gets Council Post drunk, entered a plea of guilty_

_ :i ___ telephone number of the owner or Morgan Superintendent of At Young Harris before County Judge T. A. Yawn
tic : I some responsible employee so he Schools, to tell him what had Monday morning. ,
may be contacted in case of,need. happened before taking the, then Roddy Struth. currently enrolled
I feverish, boy to Union County In Young Harris College Young Both were given jail terms; I

iniiiltiTctI; Mayor Jackson Hospital in Lake Butler, Harris. Georgia, has been honored Mrs. Brown for three months and Scattered through most of the Shopportunlty Day advertisements -

--- -- -- --- ---- Attending physician. Dr. GeorgeF. as one of ten boys elected to Shannon for 30 days. 1 In this issue of The Telegraph are the names of %0 ,

I Presented Badge Belles, testified that the timeof the Student Council for the com Roman M. Seville, charged with or more IlU'krpeopJe In the Starke trade area. If Jou find your

Politics RampantAs I Patten.Maxwell Henry Hall and George By Police Force admission was 9- p. m. and the ing school year. He along with fondling a minor girl was bound I' name in an ad, go to the store who sponsors that ad and you
child was nervous and upset and other members of the Council will, j' will be
Barbara Bates will be vice to Circuit Court given 100 Profit Sharing Coupons, for the
over by Judge Sbopportualty
BHS Elects Mayor W. T.; Jackson receiveda complained of bruises which were be formally'sworn into office by
president next school year after from I Yawn in 'a Monday afternoon Days cash awards twice each month. Bead the ads, LOOK
badge as a surprise' gift examined after a mild sedativewas the Student Council President at. ,
winning over Armond Rivers and: members of the Stake Police sdministered. and found to a special ceremony opening the j action. FOR YOUR NAME, and at the same time discover the outstanding -

Student Officers John Green. Force' Monday after Mayor's be purple superficial bruises ,on 1958-59 Fall Quarter in Septem-1 Julian Courson pleaded guilty bargains that Starke merchants.are offering in this
Frank Williams [right] was court. The badge is like that ot the buttocks and right thigh but ber. I big Shopportonity weekend of May 16-17.
after Judge Yawn reduced the
unopposed for secretary. the Chief but is iDscrtbedWm.. no senous injury was reported.Dr. Roddy is the son of Mr. and
Ritch [left] elect-
Franklin was This year's officers were Mike T, Jackson Mayor, Starke Fla. Bolles stated that tests Mrs. K.-.M. Struth of Starke. He original charge from, automobile The Shopportnnity awards party will be held this Saturday-

ed president, of the Student Council Goldwire. president Rudolph i Jackson says he does not planto showed that the boy bruised easilY is studying at Young Harris preparatory -. larceny to using a motar vehicle i afternoon at 5 o'clock at Winkler Electric Service on Temple
last Thursday at Bradford Hutchinson. vice president and wear' the badge but is : Avenue, with proceedings conducted radio
sure No welts or cuts were report- to entering into person- without me consent of the owner. I by station WRGR.
High School. He beat out Ray Frank Williams secretary. fcroud of J
ed, but it was pointed out that nel management. Fine was set at $100. ,

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Unless such certificate: or certificates !- "
editorial Property Owners Alarming GrowthIn shall' be redeemed accoll!- ''I
Prison Numbers ing to law the property describedin WANT MORE TIME FOR FUN IN THE SUN? NOW'S F.\r,7y. I
such certificate or certificates '
Rally To Fight will be sold to the highest bidderat III I
Told At Lions, Club the court house door on the first ;
Monday in Month of June. flax!
$lpll"emcm e' which is the 2 day June n 5S. .
tow-Cost Housipy HeM flpll Gramlins,. Assistant Director Dated this 29 day of April, 13..S. 7ite7i -
A of the Division'of Correction (OFFICIAL SEAL) fOllll fJJjJ
A. Darby. Clerk of
.n',,cnthqsiastTc. of Charles
* The ; group p{Qp5 c; at 'thp Starke Lions dinner of Circuit Court of Bradford
of low
question cost housing for Stark.
' erty wynerf met 14t Friday night meetbJg last Thursday: nigh .- County, Florida. "
has' been revived in the last few days and sewell 41."" the, Garden Restaurant' and MT.J Gramling. in charge of 'in-; 5/1 It 5/23: EM1iP7Y1NG YOUR PURSE!

gn the \yajr to becoming a "hot{ issue again, formed, an association, naming mates, repQrte4 that there\ l is an April 2K, 195X!! VliTHOUT
las it has always been when; up consideration is temporary chairman VV H. alarming influx of prisoners posing -"1 PILL FOR Bins

$n. the past. Nollman; temporary vice' Chair.. j a critical problem as the state the, Sealed.City bids Council will of be the received City by of
' soon man George Kopelouaoa and lacks the facilities"to' take carer Starke at the <*tyr'< Hall in tarliE'.
As it became
( as known' that the. matter.ad temporary secretary, Lex Green. them ,. Florida, until 7:00 o'clock P.M. on SPEC
< been discussed at the i last Council meeting, The association went on recordas 9f properly.He ? Tuesday. May 20 A.D., 1S5S. at'ahirhtime SEE
and place all bids received -
placed the blame for the in-
:the opposition announced that it would rally being) opposed to "what they ; will be publicly opened and

forces in an attempt to nip the movement in the termed ".4 gp r ajltjd J slunj' clfiafanc( Please Florida oIL and the added pc ulatioq! that the grgyihof -' .rea.4 One aloud.House-trailer on the following, shed : and YOU'LL.

:bud. The proj ctl for Starke,, They, 'also : : re-; : -
opposition, quite naturally, 'comes, asJt ceipqr ha possibly brought t.OP. CQ disciyuqd;.the quesUpn, of| 1QQQpercent ... One House and Contents. SA\-E: SAtt14
from those
always whose' "interests are har.d.iimas for some/causing.ttieintorggy The above items are located In
identified with the ownership andor] manage- vacations foRtttgtaaassess-; !nto;trouble: .tbP 'r5arof the Fire Station of theCity '
mend, roJL.An l I 6f Starke, and! can be Inspected
)nent of rental property. Ilj brought ; that the.new.. at time., All foundations
/>Ue.VmeeWng} ) ( the,asso 1\-\; wa out :.. any)
* First, let us say'that we have not studied, the, tion will:; bfi. h y Friday; lit, h{ State; ",,prispri. b H ildipg.at. Ratfprd.b'e. "and: {floors, Dust("connected be removed with the from aboveifegg the AsP

]low cost housing act sufficiently to know whether May.16,, aj 5,.p'cfock ,.a.t. the hom ml 4 4,1.b", overcrowded: c W thJp..,'al i property. Bids may be supmittetfon' Pickle Patch Whole J

! it, in, itself, is good, bad, or indifferent. And of M. an4M.rf, W\ H"j Q1J.lJl rj Yca{, if: the; present increase:: lcriu : ether separately'of the or two on ab'oye both names't&Cms Items'8S !
22S \'. Ma4isQp.'St: q.cgntinues.Mv ,'rsH'.may d sire. Said Items' INSTANT
J>e hap, no one connected with the < tr
government to be removed within thirty days KOSHER _
can speak with authority at the moment latter I tOtheintet! ts ;,. Gr.amlws 1 is, ,ix., charge' of.;, tronj acceptance.of! 'bds} by the'1.1t1 DILL I
"We of property:?ot eijlJ'f' btt,f tlT,: hkgaipg l!, and reh qgi I itation pro- of' Starke.' -
: are certain, however that some very' close The said City reserves the right, COFFEE
up aterty 9Se;! ?g- a;a .Pf9Rr. gaj IR tq .accent. : or- reject 'any orvall bids.
'scrutiny wiU be: made of the t proposition} before oww:'1 Mil f aan t4ifE' iS 'rare ThR,1aoRs business} session, was. CITY; OF STARKE, fLOKlUA.,'

the'cfty; enters, into.ajpy agreemeijJt'bf'any.; kind nvH4tacatten4/: ;'' tttk i c4r;; dppjted{ b3j. talk_ of the.; ( state, By.. ; Carl Johns', City' ",Clerk.:It' 5/1S, PICKLES28ozjar 5

I As of now, we can. only; discuss the'matter) in man sad. cpn/veiuipn'this.week-eiid.; (! ; at Sara59j41 :: _

the terms of. its., / end. results. (s. there actually, : a, ; which will btj, attend;!1 by.,
need for low Rece 'j,1lIq. severatilocar : .
cost hpqsing in, StarfceVe. believthere ; EJfrod
.1. is.. Darcy' ,, unopposed for 17e, IR0.
fJik4l 1J.rf r. I >q tirt. Riehacd i D..ii: f c ;G9Yern/orr/ igaSsllrcd: vic- '
No one will deny that we have some low-in Eon of stl.t 4n 'p t .pp PM "" Tiq"7 tprVy at,thrr, meeting, ; .. MON. E'y.

come families, and will continue have them. in, a son Gary' Lamar, bprp.,May, Sat ,. ;- ,. ;: .
:Spite of a growing econgm DpcRor .Hpspit ,, P r\1ffi XT .AUJIITTKD. "!

' There are, many elderly people in all of Florida --_..__ TQ,1 fP.M> 1'9 41TaI A&P Golden Cream StyleAaP'4

. and many pensioners wbose income: do not Mr, app Mr s, It.lf.! I'''i4ggea 01 ot taackaottyj114 The;,,fp;)igwjng; patients; were' ad? E 1QtU4ll! I Ia

go up with th| iflcrease of 'job opportunities. a son, Gregory- Eugene>!u4: OR April.:. JjUf 4:tR, r. MR<< 3 i CRlkfp4 ; l" n \

i We also have in our particular: area nr\\ influx 19 iii eagMst., Mfiraprtal! { : 4q1iti41frs. ? ,,djgng.thepa.: |t week: Jessie y/CH CK the PRICE! CORN

of moderate.:ineonep.fqp.lev!} in c.onneQtion.> with the Irftg,.. 1 ish till s.f9rmerr J\WAo R}\Yjliiarn, Jo'jinsoa>..t, !Williams, La4te Butler of Hamp-Dorcthy I WORTH I II
State Prison ; PatelBradford pit StarJtf :
operation: Families of '
inmates. 't .
tpn,. rpver'( Cod of Hampton,
often come here to be. nearby and able to visit ; Chatey, ,'; vJeLrJr.; Elbert S. Sib.l Z Mb cans 7 ?ca _

jibs prison.. The.'number l of! these- w.ijl: 1 increase<< npun1ya, Cotlllty, f ; IiPCFItai{I 'r y., Flares Maj 9rie Goodman,
:wjh t&e. natural: 1 increase qf prison, population. 1M !" !y3..4 g I 1r44 Penni$.I4aet, (Jo'rbett, Arthur W. &jf
Mrv Qecil
an* Mj TY. 4irr qLawtey
:MaJ>y new families will als g be brought to the .. ,, !!., 1#,:1; Mfj; t er Poro t41y Lucfile Lovell, WHILE % I I

area: when the new prison ijs constructed in the Mr and! M$ ie $fAt tf oj.tarHe l. arciiL: Kay Fuf}qng of GamesvAl. I Famous since 1859 \ I

'not too distant future; Nof >all of these. familiesof ,. ,4 Zihrr, 114 }}M j., andj.Petty W AA,.aei t; l qgo Waters Antonini.of Lake Libby's Fancy; I

priSOrt personnel, wiJl't t be Mr andj Jfea, W ?1wt.F &.qt s4 "
; > abje to Jive at the KlzieC.

prison- proper. Many \will prefe? to )liye jn. St arks StarHej- --a.. d4Nghtcr-! _.-) ..tIP-X.. ....11...; ij.utie,4 r yan.( DgliaWytnThomas?. of-!- bake} Hutler, Ealine PURPOSES$ 48 Tea bags only
; -- -- '
-,:'it we have..' rajpde.ro. Jiouslng. fecjUtijep to pffer. h&e2y: ..#; TyJ Per; of tawtejr, Jessie ItaeScgttt 48c TOMATO )JUICE
Notice Is. given that I, fcjr->;
The jna Emma
.verage county farmer,, wi Mll. h reachesretirerjueat : till Carter: IkI hQ. Was, cqpxIctM! ; In ,Ft<' Ma ; Crawford(
doe nof h unit QcHirt: ot Bra4rQrCounts Jgltspf), Laropr.aujc of Lake Ge-
buy expensive town property aye,. but money couldei>.i P1orid), tarn. at thereat.:the;Vf.lnJ.etj.A.D: ; iai7 UJe, nwBetty' BowWJ} Odom of Mel- pkg only 18-ozcans
majiage.rental in low of the+ Qffen.vs 4grav4tje4.: Aa, rpsfi; ,, M:,a#iF It: demons, and Renee _- 1/21b S1c 2 39c
a incQme unit
from big modest mult.! lln ;Vl4. a4tiknee4.l] :; tMf .orr ,, Mar .ajrel: Moore.ls5e .
income. to SlDftO.Oft, or \ mpr n.Plent.
'If|l IWpl: >)\> tot clerofinfiy: W,
Because {here js 3 need for low cost housing in the Staio. Boa/4, ot. ?vdpna; 'I'alla-. L._ --_ _' .
i (,
bapaee. F1or.ljlf. hex :
Starke, many old, dilapidated buildings are now meeting.-. a Description. of property: 8 3 A. of LOANS Cap'n. John's .

bei g used for residences* Some are. fire hazards, r- : "Ji:' "-of an?'* ofSWH of Sec. \\ '.
.. .. 4c.u..xorkc'::
unsanitary,, ) Sealed biqs will/ be.: rGcgieg4; ; ; if. $ 23 !T; 8 S R 22 E. I
and unsightly. the office, pj; thAt lfijjjness/ 114la ,r., \anig 'In '\<\'b.iCIJ'assessed. .: : A. :t. FRIED FISH STICKS! 310-oz PAS $1.00$ |
At .4q'.I' hAll .
the present time p. nn.apent resident in Florida.Ida. up to StatePrJsoo.and not later Raitont than V10C.-J lUt %%of said! property being In the "plo

most communities, who are finanqiajly; able, build: XM.., May :21! 1958, for construction County of Bradford- State' of Flor- -

their own hppl es. ut there are always those material recreation necessary facilities for at building Florida Ida.Unless such certificate or certificates Sugar Cured FancyWESTERN .
who, by the nature Prison. Bid must *> of th 'r. j jojis, dp UQt feel that :fltate. ? $
forms) secured from the Business! to law. the property described! $600Foll
they are t permanent .enough to take this. step. Managers office, Florida State In'such certificate or certificates
When Humphreys! !\ Gold Corporation worked the Prison. 8-7 %t 5.11 will'the be court sold house to the door highest en the bidderat first SLAB BACON Ib'b c"SuperRight"

two, local l jlm.en.ite\ mines many of the, KOTICK TO DEFE.ND Monday in Month of June, m,
employees .. Clr.lt ('n rt,. IJ-a"fed: : Cei'ut1. which is the ? .
knew they ..wo\4\ pot "be permanent residents ...I.r'..'+.l., fll'T.. Dated this!! Si day v of' April, lass, .
Audrey Woods Plaintiff vs. Edward (OFFICIAL'SEAL) *
and since there were no suitable\ rental units Woods. Defendant. Charles A. Darby, Clerk of
available:'they were forced. tq ggejf hornet qutajdje! Case No. 1S-5J of Circuit Court of Bradford
ie*lr Tit AnnearTo County, Florida. "
Bradford County. It is' impossible! to calculatethe ) : and Rdnard'Woods address' Is} :, L'nkngwn.whose\ residence ,.... 9 .\ :! fit Itl az t' s Find Vs Friendly"LOCAL SMOKED 1 SAUSAGE colhlfrYstyle Ib :5fc ,

great loss that this, has meant ta tarke overa Tou are hereby notified that II '

period of' ten years! that the mining! has been control s.uit"\ for of i :oor'chcus! ody n and NOTED r OP TAX ArPMCATION DEED FOB FINANCE 1-.

going'on here. '- 'to say nothing of the many has been filed against' you in Notice Is hereby given, that Cleveland "Super-Right" _
named Court and cause Neal the holder: of the following :-
years it will continue into the future. the and above you are required to serve a : certificates has filed said certificates COMPANY
of your answer or pleading; for a tax deed to be Issued .
With. the.. community continually]] seeking new t/> the complaint. on the JaintUls; !i, thereon. The certificate numbers BREAKfAST BACON pound 65c.
industry the situation exists Attorney and years\ of issuance the descrip-
same today, and S. KC Ferryman. Starke, Florida tion or the property and the names 114. N.. Walnut. St. ,
will continue to exist, until.. adequate housing i is and file the original In toe office of| in which it was assessed are'.' as" Ii
the ( Q \e CiwujtTrtutt on t follows: ((3 Doors from Post Office
provided. or efore the' '1'day' ot: June. Certificate No. GO. Year of Issuance ) '

.. There is a need) in Stare ftr hosing for the aid J5S; C.qnipMnt Qthe 1VI.1. fjii the. allegations M M 1S.1f1! 'of, f Description 1J50.i of Property: S>/ of Phones 580 and 581 -

lo'f income groups} for transients or winter visitors jy>nf.l.ed'bY'Y8D Shall bt published) I N14 E. of SW14. Sec. :35 T 7 B K 28 SIlLE>< !A&P's OWN
for employees of industries now here and once This each week* for four consec'iuyq) Name in which assessed: Cleveland Mrs., Marguerite\ Hall, ALL PURPOSE OILdexoBa

those yet to come. We have old houses that have weeks, la tilt Br% qra 2)Q7Te Ir"ph. jthl NUl.All of said Manager l
property being in
been made into apartments that would appeal to Dated .*SEAL 6 day) 'pf May la5'r). Cpqnty of Bradford. State of Flor-the
the transients or winter 'visitors, but we' have ( CHARLES A.. DARir.. -. '
Clerk of the Circuit Court. I j&fefeg 14
little that is'attractive to the then two groups.: By; Marian L..Croab1. Deputy Clerk '. Profits FOR FRYING,
Shore fh,
in Star *
S-< ft 5-3:':? 4v$ As we said at the outset, we know little; ajjput BAKING AND SALADS j ::::::

the actual merits' or demerits, of ttye present Clrcmit KOT1CE Girt TO, iIrgdtordFleridsi r.iiFE: cUIa' ". l' 1 1r 1 d exola.qt55c

housing! tict. We do know, however, that!: fam IB IBMCC.J. FRESH GOLDEN CORN '

ily, housing,' of the right kind,, has always been Donald Lucille R.A.Smith.Smith.Defendant Plaintiff.' vs.' \\ \ Y _

inadequate to meet the demancj in Starke* rll has NOTICE Case No.TO 12-508 APPE1X rl4b .

actually rRtarded the growth of the town\ in instance To: Donald B. Smith. Oho1I3, for ONLY
dence and address is: 6 ears I 9c
too to ment
numerous n. RCA C/o PAA. Marine Basep ManaR I
N. tl
For this reason, we believe that the proposedlow Y.. r, Nan HI. FPO. N.

( cost hoysing 'construction ,merits the closest Tou are hereby notified thatand

study and most careful consideration, .. by our City, suit support for.of Divorce minor care child. c alimony and FRIDAY, SATURDAY. MAY 16, 17 Yellow 4
court costs has been fil a ruinistratio in thabove named Court and
t cause and you are hereby required to SHOPPORTUNITY SPECIALS Ibs for
serve to 4 the copy complaint of your on answer the Plaintiffs or pleading L __ SQUASH 2 2Sc c

*New, -Blood,- And Old, Florida Florida Attorney Title and Alan,tile Bul C.'.the Wln'd,.Qri -1nal ksooei11 in f(the IS 2!. Regular, 1.98 ..., ,." .

cffita of the Clerk of the Circuit, Green
We look forward with a great heal 1 of interestto Court on or before the 9 day of June- of Girls Ooys : LARGEcHRY
r"lI"1Je !allegations'
: Qlh
1JS8 : !
a forthcoming joint meeting of said Complaint wm be taken as'confrRHPd SHORTSJ
planning committees I PIE

from the Chamber of Commerce and the "This week by notice YOU.for shall four t co.'I't"l1th'p* published" \ weeks onceeach 'SPECIAL -98 CABBAGE E Jt
newly reorganized Junior :Chamber of Commerce. In Dated the Bwlford this-4tatr Count of Muyl$5S.COCRT Tele-rnnh.. ,. ,;:1" ,

Both groups are concerned primarily with the ( SE.".) ( -'!

advancement of Starke and there is no Clerk CHARtVp of 'theCircuit.\. 1\IRRY Court.. r Qi :
reason L LEMONSGreen p
r S
By ltarln< L. Crosby Fpt4Cl4r; --3S :
why they should not pool their ideas and energies .' + w Girls BLOUSES I .

in the planning stage, as,; well a s in the actual NOTICE 'OP AJrrLItvATIOV ,:FOR j I
TAX nF.rnNotice
carrying out of the proje ts. U h rehy iven. that!! A. ft. Regular 1.98 ''-ftfv uattf.Laundry ;._ If J-, >
holder of .the followIn Giant Tender 303 '
Randolph the cans. Bleach
For years the members of the .Senior Chamber *' certificates has filed sale certificates 1 II .. ," !r

'of Commerce have recognized the desirability o f thereon. for:The a tax certificate deed to be numbers Issued ; SPECIAL -98c Peas 2 for 39c lorox? Qt J9c l'S lat '
and years of Utuance. the description .q
'getting more Qf the younger U8inesS'rnen of the of the property and the name : ,Detergent Giant lSun.sb.ine j-: '
town interested in which U was .}ssea ed are. 'a* I !Ilydrox llb, .,I.g.: _
and active in its behalf. Now
No. 48. Year of Issuance Rinso Blue 67c [Cracjiers :LARGEGLFQQD
that the Junior Chamber of Commerce been U5G. Men's and Boys' <'K | s .lr.43c*

reactivated this organization would seem to provide Description and6 in of Livingston.Property.leiocks Truby :tic i }lE' Detergent; For. Cooking. 1- Salads!
the Co. Subdivision. -"- I :?*?' .. lilt: ( T r ,
ideal Hts4-
medium for
channeling: the ideas ,Same In which assessed: .&. K. Wjsk p.int 39c 1!jl '
and efforts 'of the '"- lW '
younger 'group into areas Randolph. -SHIRTS-98C f tf n,9J'qf rcj|r 44c
where they cajj do the most good.' All of said property being la tilt | Y
County ot 'Bradford, State of FlorIda Detergent, Shortening CanLaChoy .
r ,. --
It i is'hi i /T* ri i.t1-
hlv.desirabie{: we think i that the I "new Ann
Unless such certificate or certi- Lux PageKetchup,
I '
Assorted Sizes and.'Colors 39c
blooil" 'ra'i$ and mingle with the old, and a joint ficatts shall be redeemed according ; pt SnQw"rl.ft.3J'bs.95' ; r I
] 2for 35v
law the described
to property C
meetinf at 'jshjch i immediate, as well as long In .sucl> certificate or certificates 'I Detergent f.1 i-t t: Rill t.: (t'-'f ->. .t i itan
nyjge for the* will be sold to the highest bidder Birdseye .. Cello. ..' Kfci,' [
ins deyeloDraent) Pkged. > Lb Jar
of Page
St keaDd | I
? at the court house door on the first DIAPERS ., .
'-suVrounllinjr : in Month of June." Was, Trend 'giant- 49c t53C : i
area will be discussed seems Ian idealway Monday chPLyIkodorant .Salad Mustard 10C
which 'Is! the 2'day June. ISiS.!! ) I 4
to make a tart. The sooner this meeting Dated this 59 day of April. nu. ::1 Idoz. ) la.:**! ;yltt ';Or'f' i '
-2 Bath Size t8.11! e
is held tba tetter. it will be for t the'.C' of p. the (OFFICIAL Charles'SEAL A.)Parby: ,-Clerk of to package pigs 3.00 Soap rCrisc nrgSweetheart t:Ann Page 13 Oz ,Jar i I

Jaycec.va the'community as a 'whole. of County Circuit, Florida Court of Bradford Cleveland Is'ealEAGLE 4 for 42c I ,-31b tin 95c :Apple Jelly 2 for 35c .

.. .. 5/1 4t i/:: I I
>' ; Blue Dutch j Beet-h-Xut Chopped : I(Cibot.barroal; 10 Lb. Bag

trie Rai'AOrnRO PQMW!! TIaT* t'll KGt.K SOTICE. OF' TAX APPLICAT10JI DEED' FOR" J Cleanser' 2 for "24c Baby .Food ISc'IMl i': ]Briquets 59c.

7 Notice! U-hereby given that A. K- .,
1 11.atIKA'S
\1'1'0-' IIP'lLR>6't% rLLreLYIws. Randolpu certificates the holder'of has filed the said tollowinr car- ) ::1 j :STORES I I I
101/MOST k00 Ilfutll. f+.tt 19I
,\, '"'ar.I&Ai: COSTISOt.LY: ttficates,for a.tq degd tQ be I ifu 4 '
faer& ri. The certificate numbers
412 Call
l''PIR *tile: ".'MK and fears of l Issuance, thedescrip" f / Street
.... ,... ... MASTHEAD. 111. E. Call St. / / t 1
.I .01 ,:a. TIJr.. aai ; lion of the property. and the names ,; .
at'lb, voN 4tW..,rall.......Ji.'f'rJf. 14: .yes a. ffflf'.:let .1 p443.ar., ir1lra.aal.tef in which' Lailia.. ,i1. s ro eseed.. arg! K'fallows Starke Fla.
: ,
... .. ..
; :. Certfiitgtq'Xo.j9' Year of JUUaJIc1! ,. / tM*)*HV"r K 4 matt Hi(0ur
k. .nJ. ,
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'T LTRSDAY, l\L\Y'13. l ;)a _
: B1L\JJf'01W WUN1'j 'tEU\ll\JU"n; 2U rLUIUUA _
YvVvvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ,
of their third child April 28 at lists. Anyone wishing further information -' - .
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfMAXVILLE last Wednesday. you in the above named Court and will be taken
First Christian Church as confessed by you.
the Alachua General Hospital in should contact Mrs. Tract Team Wins, 3rd Place cause and you are required to Fertea This notice, shall,be published once
MELROSEBy Gainesville. The 7 lb. 5 34| oz. Winters. A birth certificate is copy' vt your answrr or pleidiug each week for fotjr com t.'Culh'e weeks,
The, Baldwin'Tract team did Morning worship 11 a.m. to the complaint (n the Plaintiffs in lh. l>radford'ounlv Telegraph.
baby girl has been, named Molly necessary as the kindergarten is very well at the St. John's Conference Attorney Gerald R. Hart. 30h Smiih Dated this 1 day cf May, 1958.tCOUHT .
Rev. J. E., Sherwood, pastor Buildine. JackJ-onx'ille.! .
a part of ,Florida's 3 Klo.idft. and SKALiCI1ARL.KS
Claire Chiappini4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ann.Mrs. ,Public School By Mrs. 0. B. Nolan held in Jacksonville last Sunday School, 10 am. file the,original in the office of Hit A, DAKBT,
A. J. Cicen is patient in
a system. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be Clerk of the Circuit Court
Wednesday May 7. They placed Youth Churcn 7 p.m. fore the 9 day ct June 19 !* otherwise
Bradford County Hospital in Miss Heidi Lee ; By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Chiappini was A& & &&A & LaA 1 3rd in the conference. This Is good Wednesday Prayer Meeting, the allegations of said Complaint $/* 4t $/::!9SHORTS
Mrs. J. A. Witherspoon was in- Starke. hcnoree at a, party on her ,llth
considering .
that'there are only 4 7:,O p.m.Adult
stalled as president of the Melrose Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires have birthday Saturday at the homeof We are sorry to learn that
boys on the team: The usual number Choir practice 6:45: pm. Share the Profits in S fork
Woman's Club at' the been her parents Mr., and Mrs. F. Mrs. Sadie Nolan fell at her home :
annual installation entertaining her cousins Mr. is between 15 and 25. The following Wednesday. ,
ceremony. and Mrs. Gregory Chokanis and D. Chiappini. Monday afternoon and broke her boys on the team are: Ladies Council 1st and 3rd 1 1
hip. She is confined to the Duval
The installation rites were held their daughter Tina of Miami Roger North Bell and Tuesday nights.Everybody .
,..... &A Harry
ARISING County Hospital. We hope that
at the home of this week. The Chokanis left Sun
out-going presi- Richard Bell of Maxville and Wallace welcome to each
she will hurry and get well.'
dent. Mrs. Allen Graham at her day morning.Mrs. Oritz of Baldwin. The team service.
Franklin Higginbotham, son ofMrr
home on the BayMrs.. Wither- T. A. Odom was honoroeat and.Mrs., Doss Higginbothamhad I placed 2nd. in the mile relay, Harry -
spoon will be assisted by Mrs. C. a hospital shower on Wednes Bell placed 1st in the mile run, SEVEN1H DAY
his back injured in an automobile
L. Jackl[ Bass, first vice president day. She enters Bradford County By !Irs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA accident in Jacksonville and Roger North placed 2nd in ADVENTIST CHURCH k /

Mrs. Fred Cason second Hospital early this week.for major the pole vault,contest. This little Services each Sabbath in the
last week. We wish him a speedy
vice-president; Mrs. Earl Hayner- surgery. recovery. bit of information is brought to home of S. N. Brown across from FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 16, 17GIRL'S
recording secretary; Mrs. M. C. Miss Glenda Nobles celebrated I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C you by the courtesy of Claude Bethel Baptist Church east of i
Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Mrs.
King corresponding secretary; her eleventh birthday with a i Crosby last week were Mrs. Bertie North roving reporter. Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m
Henry Griffis visitors in
and Mrs.Albert. Spires treasurer. party at the home of her parents.Mr. Steels Mr. and Mrs. Odis Crawford Jacksonville Tuesday Mrs. Oscar Harris, Mrs.. Ben Bible Study each Wednesday,

Mrs. Jack Silber, High Springs, and Mrs. Russell Nobles. Her and daughters Shirley and. ., Higginbotham; Jean Harris and 7:30 p. m.-Ard n :Mote pastor .
district 5 director of the FFWC guests enjoyed swimming followed Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters, and W. ''
Pat Elliott McLeod and Virginias B. Harris visited with Mrs.
was the installing officer. During by a barbecue at the Nobled Johnson, all of family enjoyed Sunday dinner EVerett Godwin at the Doctor's & PEDAL PUSHERSGET
the program Mrs. Graham with Mrs. Dorothy Waters and NOTICE TO DEFEND)
an Lake Winnott home. Dinner guests acksonville.'I'I hospital in Starke last Thursday. IB Ctrenlt Court. Bradford County,
Mrs. Hayner gave" report on the family Florida In ChaDcrrr.W. ,
Prospects for kindergarten Gordon Jones and daughter. Carolyn Mr. and
arebeing Mrs. J. D, Padgett and .
recent convention at St. G. Bellinger Plaintiff, vs. Udna
Petersburg The
A. A's
'registered by next year's Sunday were Mr. and hers and the Art Club son spent Mother's Day with Mr. DellInger, Defendant.
Mrs. Graham was presented teacher.' Mrs. Sarah Winters of I Eddie Norman and Mr. and Mrs. of the Baldwin High School enjoyed Padgett's mother, Mrs. Bertha Case No. i-53S: -

Mrs.with Hayner.a past president's pin by the Waldo School. Any child who Thurman Jones and sons. Eugene a class picnic and swim aStrickland's t Padgett. JSotlee To: Edna To Appear Dellln l'r. whose residence $ tr

now five or will be by the last and Julius of,Starke., Landing Tuesday. We are all very, glad that Mrs. and address Is: 209: flainview
Road, Charlotte N. C. r
The Junior Woman's Club day of the year is eligible to at Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of Brooker A large crowd enjoyed the Everett Godwin, has sufficiently You are hereby notified that a

meets Tuesday night for a shortbusiness tend. Buses pick up and deliverchildrenat visited Mrs. Reed Lewis and children Homecoming services and 'dinner r recovered, ,from a recent major suit for divorce and support of THEMe

meeting followed by a the Melrose Post Of over the ,weekend. on the grounds at the Long operation to ccme home on Mon-. hag minor been children filed against you in th
social hour it was announced by fice.( Actual registration will be Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand Branch Baptist Church Sunday.Mr. day. above named Court and cause and READY
their president.. Mrs. Gilbert Reed. about the 26th of children of Starke ;you are requited to serve a copy
Miss August, but visited Mr and Mrs. Leon Harris and Rev. Clarence M. Mezick, pastorof of your answer or pleading to the
Jane Webb is hostess._ forms are available now for registration and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Sunday. family had Sunday dinner with the Hickory Grove Baptist complaint on the Plaintiff's Attor

of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Arnette Jr. plus medical record sheets Mrs.Reed Lewis and daughters Mrs. Harris' mother, Mrs. ,Alice Church in Green Cove Springs Avenue ney A.,3.Starke Thomas.Florida Jr.. ,203 Temple FOR

,---'--Campville announce the birth and immunization retluiremenls' t spent Thursday with relatives in Norton in Jacksonville, will conduct the revival to be held and file the original In the office

Brooker. Mr. and 'Mrs, C. W. Isgett of at' the Manville Baptist Churchbeginning of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on VACATION '
or before the 9 day of June 185S:
?" That's Our Business Visiting the Gordon Jones family Orange Park visited with Mr. and ,Monday May 26. otherwise the allegations of said
last week were Mr. and Mrs Mrs. J. D. Bell and family Satin The Tupperawate' party which Complaint will be taken as confessed ,

If It's Glass We Have IU! Bobby Crosby and Mr. and Mr. day,enroute to the Suwanee Riverfor was to be ,held on Fri This by you.notice man oe ubllshedonce

CALL WRITE or VISIT J. E. M nn1 and children of a five day fishing trip. day night. May 16 has. been postponed each week for four consecutive t

Starke. airs. Rachel ,Green, Mrs 'Friends of Mrs. J. W. Thomas until June. weeks in the Bradford County ..

Joe Peters Glass Dick Raulerson and son and will be Interested to know that Telegraph.Dated this 7 day of May, 1958.
Co. Mrs. Junior Green and childrenof she is now employed at a restaurant TTTTTTTT'.Y..1 (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Brooker. at the Cecil Field Naval Air Clerk of the Circuit Court. GIRL'S SANDALS
FOR ANY 'GLASS NEED Church NewsBayless Station.Mr. LAKE By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
We Design Modem Store Fronts Highway' Baptist and- 'Mrs. C., B. Nolan and 6-8 4t S-29:: >,)

Just Mall Us A Pattern for Church concluded Christian Horn sans Billy' and Bobby spent last NOTICE TO DEF .J:.' D
Week. BY Mae ..Mooret !. Circuit Court. Bradford Coal
After visiting homes Ir
Table Tops a weekend visiting with Mrs. No Florida In Chaarcrr.

'1313 N.W. 4th PL chicken supper and,program wa lan's mother, Mrs. W. A. Cannonin ......... ..y..... ... Ruth liindenmuth. Plaintiff, v. Assorted
Gainesville Fla. Phone
FR. 2-4353 held Saturday night. Palatka. Francis Lindenmuth Defendant.Case $
A lovely tea No. 12-533:
was held at the
Sunday School at 10 a. m.. The Junior-Senior Prom will beheld Notice To Appear ti Colors
I Church at 11 a. m., Training Union in,Baldwin home of Mrs. Evelyn Bradley last To: Francis Lindenmuth. whose N
on Friday Friday for the mothers of: our residence and address is: It. t'. D.
at 7 p. m., and evening services May 23.Graduation exercise will No. 1, Front Royal, Va.
Seat at 8 p. m., also midweekPrayer be the church. As each mother enteredshe You are hereby notified that a
Slip Covers CoversUpholstery Meeting. Baldwin on School night Gym.of June 9 at the was presented. corsage bya suit maiden for divorce name and restorationof

\\j member of :the Pearl Todd has been filed against you in the
I. We
are glad learn that Mr.and .
above named Court and
., YW cause and
A. The room was decoratedwith
... ,
y..y. .
Mrs. Jack Waters have been you are required to serve a copy of
Drapes able to bring their infant white gladioli. After s program your answer or pleading to the
on Motherhood refreshments complaint on the Plaintiffs
CLAY HILL Angela Darlene home from Attorney A. J. Thomas. Jr. ZU ,
.:i.:? Large the St. Luke's hospital. were served by the I hostess assisted Temple Ave., Starke, Florida yy
I' Variety of Designs and by the YWA members. : and file the original in the offlc
II r Materials To Select From bj ...... J. L atrlcklud John Waters was very proud to The of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Brotherhood also
met Fri i
get the cast off of him arm on on or before the 9 day of June,, Sizes 4-3: I Cool
day night and after their meetingat 1958; otherwise the allegations o f
CALL 239 A. A& .A a Monday.. We hope he will soon the church said Complaint will be taken as; Comfortable
they joined the ladies confessed
have full use'of it again.WRESDEmIARK. by you. DurableJ.
Our sister Mrs. Jean Hewitt at the Bradley'home and enjoyed This notice shall be publishonce

For Free EatimateaSHEPHERD'S returned home Tuesday evenins refreshments with them. tive weeks each week in the for Bradford four Count
of last week, supposed to arrive A wedding of interest' to a wide Among'our Sunday morning Telegraph. J. .\. Shadd
in Brattleboro. circle of friends was that of Kathleen Dated this 3 day of lay, 1:1 iI II.
Ver. visitors
RADIO & TV morning. While here she Thursday showedus Denmark of Jacksonville to Mrs. Elbert at church Mott and were Mr.Mr.Ralph and (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby. Get Your Profit-Sharing Coupons

the scenes of the mountainsof Wayne Hires of Maxville on Sunday Mott. Clerk of the Circuit Court,
INBIAN D. GREEN; Owner Vermont I May 11 at the Westside Nazarene By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
and other places. She Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ;Moore 5-8! it 5NOTICK -39::
Phone 239 Starke, Florida had brought her slides and proJector Church in Jacksonville with had as their Sunday guests Mr.

as well as tape recorder she Rev. Farley, pastor of the church: and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and children la Clrealt: Court TO, Bradford DEFEND County. ,
r'I uses in her campaign for her reading the wedding vows. .,Misj and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Florida: lu Churu,.. ROBBINS'The
daughter Denmark, who was given in mar James Murray. Plaintiff.. .Da sy
Miss Joan Hewitt, in Moore and family. Willie Murray Defendant. '
I PROTECT f the Miss 'America, contest. While i riage by het brother J, W Denmark : Mr. and Mrs. Grady Bishop Case No '1.IitJl'iOTJ'F. ;

; your DRIVER'S license here she played a joke.on us by 1 wore a ballerina 'lengthblue visited Mrs. 'Bishop's mother in To: Daisy Willie TO Murray 1'1'KAB, whose The Store Of Values

making recordings',of our conversations net'dress over taffeta and a Lake Geneva Sunday! residence and address are: L'nknonn.
beautiful corsage of white You are hereby notified that a suit
-and played the recording carna- MrS: Emily'Buie and son. Landis for divorce has been filed against
,BUY back tions. In her hand she carried a
to The
us. Yougan Padre visited her daughter. Mrs. T. J.
visited us Monday night of last 'white Bible. I Davis Sr. 'in Jacksonville Sunday. e
week and she again made Her maid of honor was Miss Mrs.
recordings Emily Silcox"visited her
LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE of our conversations. All gota Susie Dean of Jacksonville wearing daughter, Mrs. Ida Lee Brown

good laugh out of our talk. a, dress of white and gold. Sunday.

t 'Richard Lang's.sons from"Tampa .Her''matron of honor was her s'Rev. and Mrs. S..,H. Mott and tTh1J1Trc1fl.FRL
i No spent the weekend ter 'Mrs. 'Earl Wilkinson, dressed family spent
Membership Fee 6 Mo. Policies with home! in yellow and bridesmaid Sunday afternoon .
folks at was
Clay Hill. Walter and with Mr. Mott's mother
family could not attend Homecoming Frances Denmark, dressed in pink. Miss Winifred Cottle spent the
at Long Branch Sharon Crews was flower girl. weekendith
as they Mr. and Mrs. Leonard -
.'DOYLE usually do, both of their children The bride groom chose as his Moore and_ Mr. Marion. Cottle.
E. CONNER best Earl '
AGENCY have a case of mumps. man of Jack

Harvey Lane and Bud Wainwright sonville. Tent ''!be'bride is the Revival Set jq
Iso' W. Call ,Street Harvey's brother-in-law. daughter of
Phone 285 visited the Stricklands at Clay Mrs. Della Denmark of Marietta! By New RiverBaptist -SAT. .

i Hill Saturday night. and the bride groom, the son of -

Jack Wilkinson's sons Marion Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Hires of Maxville. Association, MAY 16, 17

and Jimmie Mrs. Hires is a graduatethe of
daughter Jonell,, The New River Baptist Association

t and the families of Marion and Jacksonville School of Technology ,announces ,a
>i w Jonell spent the weekend at Clay the and Baldwin Mr. Hires High a School.graduateof He' June '8 on tent school revival starting JACKSONVILLE PRICES NOW AT KOCH'SLADIES'

is presently with the U. S. Army,
and Maudie Smith spent, next to the 6th grade building and
the weekend with having just returned from overseas 51 GUAGE
friends in this across the street from the Airpark W E ARE
section. Since they have movedto duty. A reception was held; Baptist Church. The meetings LADIES

Mandarin we do not see muchof in the church parsonage following will be conducted by Rev. t:. J. !: NYLON NEVER ff

them any more. They attended the ceremony. Daniels, noted M evangelist, who HANDKERCHIEFS

Homecoming at Long Branch Dome Demonstration Club Met will be remembered as conducting \ : HOSE 5 UNDER ST
The Maxville
Sunday. -
a revival here several years ago.
Our fresh produce man who Club met on Tuesday May 13 Members of all" tist'CbUrches 6C

comes to Clay Hill Thomas Gil- at the home of Mrs. Sue Robb as. throughout the New River Association 49C SOLD a

ley last week told us of his baby Mrs. Nellie Mills gave a demonstration I which covers .all,of Brad- '

girl, Debra Ann who made her on cooking, after which ford County and fringe areas in Large ;,

appearance Tuesday morning. Of dinner was served to ,the ladies ,. surrounding counties, will take '
ter, l IlIzrnn'\
course this is the, only baby In present and very much, enjoyed. part in providing these evangelistic '. Mrs.E.A.5app I

the world as far as Thomas is This was the last meeting to be services for the community.

concerned. Mother and baby aredoing held until September. Attending A communitywide rally will be Summer Picnics Are Fun!

fine. were Gazelle Sweat, Dexter McPherson held in the First baptist Church

We are sorry to learn that our Dora North, Mary Wellhausen on ,Sunday June 1, at 3 p.m. The 3-Cell We Have Everything You Need $1.00

friend Miss Lillie Wilkinson who Barbara Harris. Pat Par- public is cordially invited to at-

is with her daughter, is not !improving rish, Sue Bobbins and Nellie'Mills. te d.Children'l. FLASH PIGGY

in health. It seems she is Little Jackie and Lynn Watersof

growing weaker, but our Lord's Jacksonville spent last week: LIGHTS BANKS

will be done. with grandmother, Mrs.' Dorothy Group n

I Our husband Jim Strickland, Waters. Hears DiscussionOf

returned to Duval Medical Center Mr. and- Mrs, J. D. Padgett and 59cAluminum

Sunday to undergo surgery again son were visitors in Starke on : AustraliaThe 59C

Wednesday of this week, another Monday.G. .
; cancer one ,of the eating, fast W. Brown was able *a return Bradford County Children's t r-
to Committee heard,Rev. Allan Batt _
working kind to be removed from! school this week after a
inside his throat week's ,illness. of Australia speak on the eco. '
and one In his
John nomic and social welfare of, his e e
left cheek. This is his ninth oper and a'J. Midyettewent' (' _
to country at their regular luncheon
ation for canc r. We understandhe Hampton Lake Sunday.
1 'I saved the first dollar I ever got will be in the hospital for at Mrs. W. B. Harris and Mr. and meeting Monday '

least ten days. Of course he would I Mrs. Leon Harris and family fitMr. Batt is in this country for y 5.93; Lux

my hands On-it's earning steady interest like to see his friends who care ed with Mrs. Everett Godwin at study. .,He said that along with

to call upon him. the Doctor's hospital in Starkewe his church'wort he is also a volunteer 1 Pt. Vacuum Bottle MINUTE

for me in my savings account at the bank We had a large crowd at Long parole? ,officer. They have FOIL I

Branch attending the Homecoming few paid parole officers in Australia
he said, most of the work
services Sunday even if we go, So why do we need to geta 79C TIMER
being ,by volunteers, usually
did have
FOR SAFETY CONVENIENCE rain a good portion of special attr&ctJon-some one 29''
day. What
we heard of Brother with a big name from somewhereelse
Other business of the Com
SERVICE, DROP IN AT OUR BANK AND START YOUR Herb Higdon's sermon'' [we were or a big dinner. Can't we eat mittee was election of officers. Make KOCH'S Your Headquarters For 198
late getting there] was a 'very at home? We are always' glad to Summer Fun
Rev. Don Kokomoof ''Wu'elected, Supplies-Sun Tan Lotions,
SAYINGS ACCOUNT! enlightening message. We realize see folks on these days, but we
president for the coming year, Sun Glasses, Swim Caps, Etc.
that a good portion of the attend- want to see'you., our local people,
Payne, vice president,
ance was from Jacksonville. Tam- each Sunday. We do not ask anyone -

pa and other places, but we often to miss,services at their own and Alice W. McGarvey, secretary: Be Sure To Get Your Coupons With Each Purchase at KOCH'S

FLORIDA_ Bank wonder why we can not get folks church to attend our churchesout' ,CARD Of THANKS ...
in our communities' to attend here
or anywhere but we do
I atStark.
church services as well each Sun- wish our members i especially to We wish to express oar, heart- Prescriptions Called_ For and Delivered

day as they do when we have a attend. We had the lowest attendance felt gratitude to our many friends

special day at church, such as at Highland Sunday Schoolhave and neighbors for their kind Free Truck Delivery Service
Member Federal l Deposit Insurance Corporation Homecoming and a big' dinner we had In sometime. Won- nesses and flowers during the KOCH DRUG STORE

_._ or special singers or some other der where every' one was? Gone illness and death of our wife and
-- special attraction. We go there to fishing? We will look for you next i"mother/The Frank HemmingwayFamily. Phone 53

worship the same Lord every time !Sunday. 'I .
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State ,President Little Women Miss Mary Wells. .

Of Woman's Clubs Weds Lt. McDonald _ .

I Honored At DinnerMrs. t install" r 1 1 Officers. .. Jacksonville

C. M. Washburn of Tarawa, For New Year:' Miss ;farr Elvira W,lls. daughter

president of the Florida Federation of Mr. and Mrs. Rune ASoert
of Women's Clubs, was honored I ,)MaI)'. Agnes Matthews Isecond Wells of Jacksonville became the

'dyi Moety at a dinner party at th laJ.,- 110m.. left] was. installed anew the bride of Lt. James Lawrence Mc-

I.- _,___-I---- _-1LawsonCrawford ,-I-I_-_ -I--I ...SI-,- (0 den Restaurant Tuesday evening, president cf the LittleWomen's r: : Donald, sonof, Mr. and Mrs. Law-
the executive board of Club 4n an. induction
given by rence James McDonald of Cleve-

I LU.: Morgans the Starke Woman's Club. ceremony held Tuesday evening ; land, Ohio in a ceremony performed -
of last week building.
Told Mrs. V.'asttburn "!Vas an, ,overnight in the club r b April 26 In the Church of the
Engagement Observe Golden : .
I I vis tor In Starke Tuesday .?n1er i officers installed at this Assumption in Jacksonville. Officiating -

Wedding Anniversary night while here to atten' Ce time and pictured are [tl-r] at the 10 o'clock rites I
Patsy Nichols, treasurer; .Barbara '
club's May :Breakfast pn Wednesday j was Msgr. James B. Cloonan. '
I Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan ;r. and tp install the new of- Bates. recording secretary: and For her wedding the bride wore
celebrated their golden weddta? ficers. Jean Dugger. corresponding, sec
f an exquisite gown imported i1 .
anniversary on Sunday May 11, retary. Kathleen Ccnway, vice <. Chantilly iase, poised over bridal : ;
at their hcme north of Starke. president. was not present when > r' ? 1'
,1 satin. The molded bodice was re-
Mrs. Hostess t # .
Vining picture was.,.taken. Mr H. B. ,, a $4
The many friends and relatives $ ,. .fr" ... \ : ,' embroidered in iridescent sequins

who gathered on this occasion enJoyed -j i I To UDC MembersMrs. Peyton the8trke, newly Woman's elected president of ''.;l 7; L ___-. s..: ,:;", .. ",._ ". : L -S': and the bouffant skirt terminated "' \
Club served '
the dinner which wes served V_ 1" H i A* J in a Cathedral train which cover- '.... ....
L. D. Vining entertained as ,.;. .... .
ouicer. "
buffetS style. A beautiful three- installing working ,for,a good club year. mentarian. Linda Kay Sale. ed an under-train of pleated nylon .; '
members of the W. T. Weeks"ctra'pter .. .
: ,. {
tiered wedding cake was the center -_ U. 13. C. at HerTiomeWednesday Fp owing the Installation, Sylvia Miss' Della Rosenberg, director. After the meeting refreshmentswere tulle. Her finger-Up veil of imported t.'
of attraction and Paulk, outgoing president silk Illusion was held in '
was decor waS presented a handsome pair
rafternoon of last weekat served in the sun parlorfrom
ated with the lettering "50th Anniversary" thanked the members for !their of gold wall brackets in appre- place by a matching lace and sequin i
May meeting. beautifully appointed
and a large rosebud, cooperation during the past year ciatiop for her leadership the past a crown., She carried a cascade ,
made of frosting. centered the top. Beautiful arrangements of yellow 'and presented the newly Installed year and all outgoing officers table. The table was overlaid witha bouquet of white orchids and

For'this occasion Mrs. Morgan other day 5UtIlIQer'lillies, flQWers shasta, daisies were' 'usedin and presjdejxt with a corsage. The were: also presented gifts. lovely linen and lace cloth with Ftephanotis (backed with tulle and ..." &1; .. -

wore a pink gown and her corsage new president gave a brief talk The new president the crystal 'punch bowl 'at one satin.
was a white orchid. decorating for, this occasion. .thanking! the club members for the appointed The bridal attendants were and attended Duke University In
:Mrs. Mattie president, electing her following officers; historian, end and an arrangement of roses Durham, N. C. She graduated
4II president and alike In blue
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan -have one pledging Mary Katharine Wainwright: and babY's 'breath and daisies at gowned powder nylonorgarury
the meeting her from Florida State University ana
over time
.business and
son effort toward poised over matcnmg
and three daughters, 13 chaplain. ShiAnne Smith: narlia-: the other end.
is member of Kappa Delta sonority -
grandchildren and two great ,, following which Mrs. W. K. taffeta. They wore matching hats a
grandchildren. Ferryman gave an interesting talk Mrs. Hillen'dahl and mitts, and carried baskets of and the Spinsters Cotillion.
on Emma Sansom a heroine ot f.*. i spring flowers in delicate shadesof Lt. McDonald is serving wan
During the day tape recordingswere the Confederacy.Mrs. TJessie.- $ k e -- And Mrs. Blair the U. S. .Naval Reserve now stationed .
Mr. and, Mrs. James Lawson made and played! back so ri pink and blue. at Cecil Field.
announce the engagement and the guests, could enjoy hearing L. A. ,Davis gave a reporton I : ,' : 'i .- Honored At PartyThe Following the ceremony the The ibnde's father Mr. Wells,
the Memorial Day Services *4 ,
themselves and home, I t 4 '-- bride's entertained witha
approaching marriage of their movies were, I parents will be remembered by many of
all who \ "
and thanked Helped class of
Wesleyan the
also shown. 5 in the Woman's Club
daughter, Patricia Sue to Neil residents of Starke,
dec rate the Veterans' graves. Methodist.Church a lovely the older
Rhodes Crawford. son of Mr. and Among those calling during the Youngn gave of South Jacksonville.The having resided here Before moving -
Mrs. Lcnnie L. Crawford. Sr. During the social hour the host- &I! going-away shower Monday eve- bride from Lan-
The wedding 'wiI1 take place day were Doyle Boree and daughter ess"and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, 'co .. ; I'i:1 ning for Mrs. Louis Hillendahl at graduated to Jacksonville as a young
don School in Jacksonville
Linda Mr. and Mrs. Randolph hostess, served refreshments.!; J'\t : __ the home of the president of the High man.
Saturday evening. Oct. 11. at 8
o'clock ,la the' MadiSQIl street Boree Jris.Lynn ,. Mr. S 't. i ReelectedGarden Call class Street.Mrs, Clyde Sinclair, on E. Mary Bellinger Kingsley Lake WMU

Baptist Church. and Mrs. Henderson, Boree. and. Mrs. M. A. Wysocki ,. ; i' 4 The party. Was also for the Has Birthday PartyMary Members HonoredAt

children Mr. and Mrs: Harold teacher of the class, Mrs W. 1!.
Is' Honor Guest _
New BPW Officers Boree and children and Mrs. Dan 71L! Blair, who, is ,leaving this weekon Bollinger was hostess to Mother's Day Tea

Are InstalledTlft Boree, all of Jacksonville Mr. At: Lovely Shower a six weeks vacation in Kansas 30 sub-teenagers at a weiner roastat of the Lake
Members Kingsley
and Mrs. George Boatwright and f'',$ OW, ,. .! ". ,..,.<, r-. -.... iIItf'Y i' and Wyoming. 't her home on N. Walnut street WMU were honored on Friday.

"Starke BPW Club met at children, Mrs. Lois Stephens, pfQrtnge Club Lovely arrangements of Shasta last Friday evening. May 9,',with a tea given by Ute
the Garden, Restaurant last Thursday Park; Mr. and Mr Mel- I. daisies and, ,snapdragons were The party was held in the Bel YWA of the church at '!the homeof

ven1ng for heir installation, vin Zigenfus and Dick of liiam$ );. r .. rof .1xI& ; -.. used in the party rooms. The refreshment linger's back yard wnere they hada Mrs. Evelyn Bradley. Mach
dinntr, Irs. Dorothy Patterson Mrs. Margaret Fowler. Claudia. $ iL7 taMe: was overlaid witha
} big fire to roast the weiners WMU member received a lovely
of St. Augustine, hfrctvice-presl- Susanne and Don Burnett. Mrs. Head !. beautiful lace cloth and cented ?- and m&rshmaUowg. Games were;. corsage in recognition of Moth
dentof! the State BPW Club wasthe Bertyce Phoenix, Quincy MasterJr. rk lt4 with an antique glass punch also enjoyed. er's Day.

instating officer and honored and children. of "Palatka; Mr. : : .- bow). Crystal trays held; cakes and The devotional was brought by
gues and Mrs. Morgan Stephens and and several
1 nuts.Games Mothers HonoredBy Mrs. Ona Jacobsen.
The dining room was decoratedin children, Mr. and Mrs. Ben O'- ': q: I i4: were played by the 15 members of the YWA apd a
the club's colors, yellow and Neal Charles Hughes of Jacksonville $1 r t guests 'during the evening and< MYF MembersMembers Mother's Day song. '

greea, using a beautiful arrangement Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Mrs. t ; prizes\ were: /awarded to Mrs.,tiill-ken Assisting in serving refresh'

f of Shasta daisies and nasturtiums Ruth Martin.' Mr. and Mrs. Lea- 4 jI lahl and Mrs. C.-,E. Hernwall. of the Intermediateand 1 ments to the 20 guests were Mrs.I .
;'In an antique epergne ton Morgan Jr. and children Miss i Mrs. :HJllendahJ received many Senior Methodist\ youth: fellowship -I Evelyn BfSaley, Mrs. Marie Siem-

''flanked by tall yeljow' tapers placed Anges Douglas. Rev. and Mrs. L. !:1;l rc.. I IL: lovely gifts and Mrs. Blair was entertained in honor of er. 5lrs. Ona Jacobsen. Mrs. Km-

In the center of th! table. ivy D. Halnes and children Mr. and 1.e t also presented with a gift. their mothers at a delightful reception -I! mett Norton, Miss Sylvia Norton,

and low candles were placed. at Mrs. Rodman Underbill, Buddy & :L;; following the evening I :Miss Carolyn Norton, Miss Laurell

either end of the table. Matthews all of Starke; Mrs. b.- : Wesleyan Service service on Mother's Day. II Jones, and Miss Judy Ellington.

;Mrs. Patterson was presented, Helen H. Wysocki of Jacksonville 13 u. The reception was, held in the I r _
with a corsage, and Miss Patricia Mr. and Mrs. Larry Supernault ft1w Ii 4 1 l e .- Guilds ''Install f fellowship 'hall where refresh-I Mrs. Carrie Ritch is spending

Alvarez. honored commercial student and Mary Lou of Ocala, Mrs, Vera ?' .' IJ c;: New Officers ments were served from' -a beauti-.two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. N.
was also a guest and was Wright, Joanne and Leitha'Lynn, IL fully decoiated"tab e. t.T. Ritch in Hialeah.

presented with a corsage by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Shytle, Jeanne. 'Wesleyan ,Service, Guilds. Units --- -.

Patterson. Carol Johnny Jimmy, andDan jt"fw r- :1 and 2 held 'an installation of officers S/wre/ f he Profits in Sfc"kt
At the conclusion of the dinner Ricky of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs k and pledge service at a joint

Mrs. Patterson' graciously installed Robert Sasser of Green Cove 11 I I t b ':;, meeting Tuesday:! evening in ,the
the officers before an improvised Springs, and Walter Moore of I I E Methodist Church.
rainbow of flowers and ribbons Jacksonville. .._ ---_ .- "
Mrs. R. f. Young ,was renomiiuited I 1 Mrs.: C. D. "Williams ,president
; the, pot of gold, holding Mr.and Mrs. Morgan received Mrs. Michael A. Wysocki: ,. the president Qthe ,iJiUrKe ORCHIDS,. pf the Methodist! WSCS: installed

candles, representing the stationsof many lovely gifts. ormer Miss Helen Ha1ii j. a rc- Garden Club,,at a called meeting Are Her Hobby the,,following officers: Unit 1-
the officers. As each officer at the ot Mrs. Nelson Grpen. vice-
cent bride was the inspirationfor Monday evening hope 1 president
lighted her candle she was pre- United Church Ladies .a 'beautiful; miscellaneous Mrs. Eweli'Lawson. By Alice.McGarvey president, Miss: Madge Middleton:
sented with the appropriate color 18 members of secretary Mr C E. Hernwall;
mower given by Those,to serve with.Mrs. Young ,
In ft beautiful corsage. Tie following !- Will Meet FridayThe the First Baptist Church on Friday !- for the coming year will be.first How would you like to, grow treasurer, Mrs.. Ed Simpson;' promotion FRIDAY, SATURDAY. MAY 16 17
Installed: row.own orchids, with the lovely ,
officers !
were evening. May 9, at the $tarkWoman'i vice-president, Mrs. Maxie Carter, : 14r$. Bryan, f\yin.; spiritual ,
president Mrs. ET. A. Hall; vice- United Church Women ol b blooms ever present for a beautiful -
Club. Sr. second e-president! ,. Mrs. life, Mrs. H. M, Richarde;
Starke win meet at tES' ; whenever needed, for Shopportunity Days Specials Galore!
president Mrs. G. L. FaHber: second Presby- corsage education
1nattractive ; of A Russell Norman; third ViCe missionary Mrs J. R.
vice-president. Mrs. J. C. terian Church Friday' evening at "'colgr jnotif those.. very special ,occasions?, McDonald
) and''wh1te was carried out president, >>r*. Jfiwejl! Lawson; recording ; ca1 church activities
Green recording secretary Mrs. 8 o'clock for their program meet- pink .That's.one. of',the "somedayhings" '
: Mrs. M.: W. Cressler literatureand
in the flower secretary, Mrs. Paul Kaymond ; Bulova Clock Radios 49.95
Arrangements of : at
Martha Bales; corresponding sec. .ing : 'and'gladioli which were ; treasurer, Mrs. Essie 1.. that most of, us dream of publications. Mrs. Paul Bridges -
Mrs. Eugene Pearson: There'will be roes doingj but never quite get'aroundo. '
retary, ? a panel discussion secretary ; status of women, Mrs. C. H.
Crosby corresponding ;
treasurer,'Miss Florence Jennings; of problems of the 16231 com plaCed at .points of Interet ; But there 'are exceptions Christian relations
:Mrs. J.. W. pitch. These officers Nasworthy; Social -
auditor, Miss Delia Rosenfterg. munity. On the .hroughout the club house. The Mrs. Jessie Young, school teacher -
panel\ will be Dr. will be Installed at the covered Mrs, A. W. Anderson:
Delegates elected to the state Florence Jennings, Mrs. Eustis mantel In the lounge, where the and president of the Starke
publicltyMrs. B Sewell supplY
26 at W. ; -
dish meeting on May ,
convention were Mrs. Nate Dyal, McKnight, and 'Mrs. Estelle Long. receiving line stood, was a focal supper Garden Club, has been growing Mrs.-
Church Ruth Johnson: -
points the Parish: House on ; membership
Miss Della Rosenberg, and Mrs. J. In charge of the program will be with a"central arrange- street orchids for several sears, and : Mrs. Lonnie Harley; coordinator -
Dent of pink and white roses an/1
Mrs. David around varietiesin
lumbers dozen
D. Doyle. Montgomery and :Mrs.
Final plans were made for the R. S. Mulfins. gladioli; in a silver bowl'flanied by Members ,pe 'reminded of, the ,her '75:to: 100"plants.. Unit '2-, Mrs.' : W.. L. Blair.
president Mrs. R. S.
Garden Club short
Ellver anaetabra holding burning 14th Annual '
which is be- ,
Home Nursing Class pink tapers. couise at the U. of F. June 24-26. A few years ago when her husband VJulJins;.., vice-president, Mrs.
ing sponsored by the local club. Recent BirthMr Bob was" living; they raised Sfnry Godwin; secretary Mrs.

The beautifully appointed refreshment nany African violets and other Harry Mooty; treasurer Mrs.

WSCS Notice and Mrs. Max Furlong ot table in the sunroom Future'Teachers exotic plants in their two green .Wayne Haines; secretary promotion -

Gainesville announce the birth or was overlaid with a pink satin Hold Installation MUSCS., It was Mr. Young who: f Mrs. E. W. Mathews; co
The Methodist WSCS business a' son, Max William, on May .10 IQtA and Centered with a silver gave Jessie her first orchid. plant ordinator. Mrs. C. D. Williams;

and program meeting will be held at 'Bradford County Hospital. Maternal bowl holding pink roses and Of New Officers as a birthday gift. spiritual life, Mrs. Del Colley;
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock in and paternal Queen Anne's lace. Balancing the education
grandparentsare I They.'re not as hard to raiseas missionary Mrs. J. R.
the sanctuary. All women of the Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen arrangement were silver candelabra The Future Teachers Club ot'Bradford' most people ',think," said Mrs. Hixon;' Christian. social relations, 4
church are invited to attend. A and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. holding burning pink'can- High held at
: Furlong School Young as she showed us a cattleya Mrs. Jake Gr 1s; status of,women.
nursery'will be provided.lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi. Starke. .. dles. Silver trays held open laced Installation service'Monday f'ven in.full bloom. They, have the pro Mrs. B. Emanuel; supply work, w7/

sandwiches nuts and petitfours.The :. ing in the Methodist Fellowshihan' tection of the green house during Mrs. Charles Meister; member- __
l A LA A A A A A A A A A A A .A.A.AAAA. > -
------ two punch tables in the sunroom I cold I weather, but many of them ship, Mrs. Charles Johns; litera- rAA'cF

YOU CAN GAIN were covered with white Lavpra Capps, ,the out-goini spend the warm months out under ture 1 publications, Miss Mary

linen cloths and centered with president, installed the.following. the trees In the, yard. Carol, Bessent.Presbyterian.
SELF CONFIDENCE &'ENTHUSIASMPLAN crystal punch bowls which were new' ,officers in .an ,1mpr ssive We have Mrs., Young to thank I

surrounded With fern and -interspersed ceremony: president,,,Frank .W"liams for the California poppies that Women

TO JOIN THE with white gladioli ; vice-president, Harold '+'y: bloom every year at our place

florets us; recording: secretary. Carol and in a different field, we are Circle Meetings

: DALE CARNEGIE COURSENow In front of the stage in the Ttemplei:, treasurer Flora Slade: also grateful to her for her recipe -I,Held Tuesday

auditorium were two tall pedestal corresponding secretary, Mary. for "Hopping John." ,

baskets holding beautiful arrange- Katharine Wainwright.Beecher One year when we were away Circle1 1 of the First PresbyTterian BULOVAS
being formed in Starke, sponsored by the Starke ments of rose-colored gladioli. I. out Women
W. Payne} BBS princijpal. I on L a trip the Youngs came of the Church met
Junior Chamber of Commerce Greeting the 'guests as'they arrived ; presented the new organization -'with a big bowl of the traditionalNew Tuesday at 8 p.m. in'the home ot And ,

e were Mrs. Orie Wigg1n, with its charter and gave i 1\\ ears& dish so that the Mc- Mrs. Charles Ward Mrs. W. S. ?r mm
PRESENTED BY FLORIDA INSTITUTE Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr., and Mrs. presentation talk. Mj-s. T. T. Long, Garveys would have luck and haP- McAliley led the opening devo-

V YVY TV TV YVY YVY V VVVVYYV VT VVVV VVyVyVyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyI Lex Green., Standing in 'the receiving sponsor.of'the' club,'welcomed( 'th< piness in the. coming year. The tional after which Mrs. Bert Mc- .

I line were' Mrs. J. E. Hilde- guests. Jimmy Wiggins,, outgoing next year, ,when we still neglectedto Mains conducted the Bible, study. ( $ / FI.
bran Mrs. L. D. Haines motherof hocks and black- Mrs. William: Johnson (
treasurer, presented Harold. Tyu. have our ham. secretaryof
MEN WANTEDin the honoree. Mrs. Wysocki. with a P. T. A.'pin. eye, peas they came ,again with the group, suggested tat' the
I Mrs.' C. J. Houpt. Mrs. L. F. Din- The. new president, Frank Wil another big bowl and this time nursery staff" be increased to two
kins. and Mrs. L. G. Powell. Directing Hams- appointed the followingyearbook we got out .a, pencil took down ladies each Sunday.

the guests to the ;guest. committee: Prances the recipe and now each ,Jew Circle' 2 met Tuesday at 9:30
ELECTRONICS FIELDin book were Mrs. James Lewis and Reaves chairman. Mary Katl Year and sometimes in between: a.ra. at the'State Farm home ot

Mrs.,J. A. Griffin The guest book rine Wainwright, Anne.Matthews, we have our Hopping John in Mrs J.? G Ca well. Mrs. Carlton

was'kept by Mrs.Don Neel,.Mrs. Elaine Sykes and Harold Tyus. traditional Southern style. McManus led ,the Bible study. During -

FLORIDAAge Randal Chitty and Mrs. Joan .Refreshments were served at the" business session arrangements -I
y rj. Attending the gilt tables the conclusion of the meeting by] Young Adult, Glass were'made' to increase the

t 17-45 .. t were Mrs. J. M. Vickers; Mrs. L. Kay Walrath and her committee nursery staff, and the group
H. Jennings and Mrs. E.D Tenly. : 1 Has Supper Meeting agre d to serve the Men of the

WAGES $100 PER WEEK OR'BETTER In charge of,.Ui t?ii tables were I of the. Church supper in July. It wa
Mrs. Eustis McKnight..Mrs. L.N.. Mrs Levi Whittle I Th Young; Adult announced that the men would
We will train personnel from this immediate area for Pickering and Mrs Donald Mc C j First Methodist Church Held a' be hosts -to the women at a supper From

jobs available here soon. Those accepted will.be trained Rae. Presidinrat the punch( Is Shower Honoree ham supper.evening at .F with IL0W5iPlast 22 adutts Hall. in.June.. I 29' up

under the supervision and guidance of our engineers.You tables were Mrs. F. B_Beard'Mrs Mrs. Levi \Vhil e 'was Friday 32 attending. Circle 3 met at the State Farm
honoreq and children
will train and wqrk-oij) practical"equipment ,in this T. S. Harding 8r, Mrs.. Oar at a lovely'stork shower Thursday Following the delicious ,sapper home of Mrs. Carl KirtsThger Jr.,. Literal Trade-Ins. ,

}locality. This will be arranged so that it will not. interfere -. Mathews, and Mrs. W.: B. Mundy; -morning of last week given. the loQvmng oJlicejr were eleCted where. laufefe the derotional Har&exv uJtn.was led. oyMra. S:

: v>iih your present eropJoyxoeot.} : Others assteti&g to serri&s WET?1 :i)7)I2 Rssse Colsoo, Mi- U. T.: for the comfag year: presKfeot, P. lWw" ccaidacted: Zbe 2b)&'
S YEARS' GUARANTEED Mrs. J & H82r; Jfer. J. H. Du- 'D&ian.ia a&d S&r&. BUI TiSiey 11.\' :Mrs. Drew ,rlleo.msliylcepresi- study. GEMJEWELRY :

PLACEMENT SERVICE Pre and Misses Carolyn Vickers : the borne of the latter,.1324 Branding -: tent Tic*. L. K. Whitehead; sec Refreshments were served by
-Bxenda Lewis, y.inrta Smith. street i retary-treasurer. Mrs. C'tafleaMeister
UPON CERTIFICATION the hostesses following the ousi
Elaine Sykes. Sandra Craven! The-Tilley'--- rome- was. attractiveI I: ; membership Chairman, ness session of each drcle.
Write ELECTRONICS, giin Name, Address, Linda HUdebran""San'dra Jones, ly decorated lor tie occasion with, Mrs. L1oyt'Jied< Lu Green Ann Elder Anita Israel: rn.n,. o; .m&ed summer: chairman Mrs. Ben Moxley; r
will be ,Mrs. S P. Rowe.
Occupation, Phone, Working Hours'and Age Vivian Garcia'and Ann Williams! PQrs. :TWJtf ept3 were, In'eiarge of the supper 'arrangemeats 109 E. Call St. .-

.Invited ID. tall between the appointed keyed buffet;styJfc '. i 'were Mrs. J. FBtoodwprtb Mr. and Mrs. H. .H. Rabb. Jr. '

at TELEGRAPH, Box 823.D .'.: ,.. ,.. hours eight to nine o' i''SXt.eeJests. called during'th. Mrs. L. K. Whitehead. leave Sunday for Miami to attend STARKE'S.. LEADING JEWELER
clock were ,approximately 300" appointed hours, 10:30'to..ll:00. : Mrs. Ben-Moxley,,and. J.trL.LoJa the Insurance convention next 31rs. Harry Anthony '
guests '..'"" ",. -, ., .
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i -le'y Lake is a"medical patienj at 1 3(1.,;hur club>ui nave adopted 1I.m..L.l a,.a i:., and ..*... C O
Doctor's Hospital. iltfse: names or decided on onspecial'for B 11 hsdala auq -Irs. Lula ?4att: oiStaike

J. Z\AnZcrs'O1: : : Starke un'dorlweni } 4F. tr 'tJwmsQv .-- But what- were- Mothers Diy dinner;

c= h Mr rv surgery last Wednesday. ,at, | oveP-theY'Bali her'YOU can be sole gaen: ; rf Mr.. and. Mrs.' Robtrt'
Doctor's. Hospitals I that they-enjor',her' ''goc&ies." Barksdale. \: \

Mrs., C. A.,Kniht returned last: .- --
IN THE EY I .Friday from Knoxville, Tenn. "
Share. the
Profits In Stark
where she had spent ten daysvisiting )

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Attending the committal service I 1 Dr, and Mrs. R, S. Mullins and i K : r Mrs. E., S. Matthews of Oilando! I

for' little Keith Bays in Jacksonville children spent Sunday afternoon r F .r ; ,. will arrive Sunday at. the noire .

recently were Mrs. Charles with their parents in Ocala. I IMr fc : of her son, E., L. Matthews, for 'a "I
Ward Mrs. Mauds FicJds! and .nd; Mrs. N. S. Dankel and n : I visit a4.Li :

Rev.'W. S. McAli'cy. family spent Sunday with relatives F Among those attending the
The baby shown 'iiv ....:.zJx:: at ,Fernandina Beach. I > hr / s dffr funeral cf Mrs.,S-T- Dell, 3r. in ,4mgfJA.
Rocker with Dr. C. J. II )i and W. M. Edwards of Gainesville Gainesville Monday'morning were I

Mrs. J. H. Moacruf:: 'a U i' *. >c spent a few days last week, with N 4ia :, c.! Mrs.,, J. E. Wilson, Mr 'rand Mrs.

Is the daughter of >I!a. a-J T 's. Mr.ana Mrs. J. M. Edwards and Junius Smith Dr; and Mrs. J. Vf.Jrcwnlee FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 16 17
Allen Carter of family. t ,. ,
John Lawkey. Tie Mrs >J. B." Sapp, Mrs.V..B.
baby was born April 22 and has Mrs. B. W. Davis of Warner' Mundy Mrs. Edward Burns,i|
been named Kathy Denise I I|JRobtins I Ga is the guest this Mrs. E. '-L. Matthews,. Mr. and' .
Col. and Mrs. James Mooreheadof week of Judge and Mrs. T. A. Mrs. L. D. Vining Mrs. C. 4 r
Washington.. D. C. visited his Yawn, Jr. Lou and Alary Lou Hillendahl Knight Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mrs.J. i 1 I Here it isAGAIN

sister Mrs. Bert McMains, Wednesday Mr and Mrs. Steve Weldon and .., :W.,Kincaid. F. B. Bear Mrs.
|I Jimmy Weldon of Jacksonville MUTUAL DECISION O?L. Haynes, Sr:, and Mrs. E. K.1
Arthur Wood observed his 89th,spent Mother's Day with Mrs. Perryman. 3. I" !

birthday on Apirl 14 at his home!I Gladys Weldon. 'Means Don't Forget the Fish Fry Fri- 1. J .-,, r' II
I Giving Up Lovely New Home ,, '
east of Starke; Mrs Wood was: PO $1.00 down $1.00tkly.. will day Night, May 16 at 6 p, m. at, .- 1
last October and they have been purchase a 10 jr. warranty automatic B. H. S. Stadium., Proceeds for MRS PERRYMAN... -

married" 57 years. II gas hot water heater at For New Life, Perhaps In AfricaBy ; New Band Unif riiis-Come: Y'aU. Gives HeP'Recipe i *) PEPPERELL MUSLIN

Rev... and Mrs. W S. McAliley ,Slade Gas Co. Call 121. 4T Mrs. Seeber Goodman returned

and family visited Dr. and Mrs. .Mrs. John Moyer and daughter Alice McGarvey"We gone many rigid examinations Monday after undergoing,surgery For Ozark Pudding

M. L. Kokomoor and family, and .of Jacksonville were weekend physical, mental, emotional nd'last Friday. at Bradford County,
Mr. and Mrs. C. McAliley Sr., guests of Mr and Mrs. One Wig- are attempting to follow Hospital. By Alice McGarveyWe
concerning their academic and
in Gainesville Sunday afternoon. gins. the Bible,".said Lou ,Hillendahl. in religious knowledge. I Mrs. F. W. Graudon and chil missed out cn some of Mrs. SHEETS.:81X99

The occasion :was, the 81st birthday -I I Kenneth Tyus Tommy Pownall. explaining the recent decision that New that they have passed dren. Freddie, and Jan, returned Daisy Perry man's well-knQwn< i .
anniversary of "C. C. McAlileySr. and Tommy Haines of Florida- he and Mrs. Hillendahl have made: these examinations they will go Saturday from a ten day trip ID Ozark Pudding at a recent church ,

.'and the second birthday of 'Southern. College. Lakeland were to become missionaries. to the University 'of Honda for New York and Hershey,,Pa. visitj-! supper. When we heard how goodit
little Carl McAliley. I\home for the weekend. They both feel that there is a more training and later to Scar- ,, ing friends and relatives.Mrs. was we determined to ask her
Mrs., I Mrs. Preston Greene and chil- need for Christian work in foreign .,
Mr. and Merritt Williams ritl.,Lou will be, an approved student A. Z. Adkins entered Ala- if we might please have the
spent the weekend with her moth, dren of Adel, Ga. were overnight countries. They point, .out that pastor at the end cf the chua" General Hospital on Tuesday recipe. 1.59
er.Mrg. J. F: Rogers ;m Jackson- guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. the Bible, says, "Go into all the s,nuner. for surgery* Not only did we get the recipe :
ville. J. E. Wall Jr. world and preach the Gospel"Loq
l Their work will probably; take Nancy Cox teacher intern, but also some delicious, "cheese
$1.00 down. $1.00 will Mrs. W L. Edwards Mrs. LeahS. added ,that if the world is to of (
wkly. them to Africa where, LaW!. ll returned the U. F. !last Fr-} dreams" that she had just made.' rtr ,
purchase, a 19 );r, warranty auto Bauknight and Mr. and Mrs. ever to have peace the Christian teach: manual arts, have charge day after spending the past ten We will share the'pudding recipe .. ,

matic gas, hot.wataj heater at W H. Struth Jacksonville) were world must take fellowship and of construction of mission 'buildings weeks',}with Mrs. Sarah Hunter with you. PEPPERELL PERCALESHEETS
Slade Gas Co. Call 121. 4T guests during the weekend of Miss brotherly love to backward areas. and teach.Christian .subje ts. w iijQ interning at BHS. Ozark Pudding

MAS, E; W.. Uaye, 'attended the Kate Struth. This young couple have sold] Mary,,Louise,will teach religious Dr, and Mrs. James Chace and One egg three fourths cups

Pi,Kappa Alpha-Mother's pay! tea:! :Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson of their' beautiful new home pquipped subjects and Home Economics Mrs. Elizabeth Stedman. of Qainejyijle -, sugar, two tablespoons 'flour, one

a\\ ple U. of.F. last.11'iday. Brooker spent,Mother's Day with ,' with all the latest'conven- Don 14'and"Francine. 7 will go ) were Sunday' visitors of, and ne-fourth' teaspoon baking
Mrs. Ressie Cclson. i iences and have asked the Meth- D1ts.lta{ : hoover.H0' ,
with their parents and while pcwder. One-eighth teaspoon'salt,-
Mrs. W..M. Goethe of Sarasota odist Beard, of Foreign Missions! >franc n. is too to ttunK' Forgot the Friday
p ,5fs, p young, Fish-Fry one-half! cup' chopped 'nuts, one
.q K en '! to"send them wherever that body
spent the weekend with Mr. and
much about it Don is looking for; Night $Iay 16 at 6 p. m. at cup chopped apples and'one teaspoon -
Mrs. Herbert Thomas. The Them feels they will be been of the active most in use the ward to their new life, althougl R. II.,S... tadium.. Proceeds for vanilla. -
as family also had as a guest Both have perhaps different I ,,Band Come Y'all. f
Florida Methodist church here. Lou is a p *r reasqns. lScw Uniforms. Beat ,egg and sugar until very
Lucian F. Thomas of Fort
Myer trustee, sings in the choir In spite of the- fact that' tIle ,Mr.;ap4 Mrs.L.D. Vining ofStave smooth. Combine flour, baking .,.. ,.
from Saturday to Tuesday.
} Hillendahls are giving,, up much I and Mr., and_ _Mrs__, ._.. rymjng .... powder and salt.! Stir into egg
president cf '" y' n
t ,Mrs, F. .P. Stump returned Sat- and is soloist was X 108
the Men's Club and active with I in the, way, of worldly. -goods" ', they. ,of Deland were visiting Mr. mixture, add nuts, apples and 81 -'
urday after spending a week in ,
are happy m,( their decision. Loinwas and Mrs W- J. Timmerman in vanilla. Bake in:' three inch deep -, ." .. t\H.
THEATRE Amherst- Va. where she, attendedthe the Methodist Laymen. I I .
employed by DuPont at the! Stockton Ga. the J .
Louise has been superintendent over weekend pan at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. :' .3 ---
funeral of her sister, Mrs. Nel) Mary '
W. of the Sunday School pri Trail Ridge mine; as area'engin .:f ,, Mr. and\ Mrs.; Richard Ray ana This will serve four and can be .
Joyner. department, and worked in. cJ:1: ug!!., oj.maintenance; and(] ch)dreg of .Savannah.. Ga._$pe* gainished with ice cream or WhIP-
Frioy Mr. and Mrs. John D. Anderson mary '
Sat. May 16, 17 Mary Louise was with the Jta; ?kBuilders" the, ..weekend,, with Mr. and Mr?. ped cream.This .
BIG and scn Johnny of Cocoa with the W. S. C. S. Both have SHEETS TO A CUSTOMER
; pen LIMIT' 2
are =
the weekend with Mr and Mrs.A taught Sunday School and wcrked Supply. They : vo| J. S: Sap p ,and*,!a.mily, is a household of good
with MYF and other youth untarily taking cut. in ,income\ Mr. ana Mrs. H. B. Sewell of cooking and attractive' women. ;
arlNE&w t W. Anderson James Sr. which will l .give .them'' less than Charlotte. N. C- were overnight We were fortunate to find Mrs. Mrs. L. U. MorganDEPARTMENT .
Mrs.. L. Hair and daughter groups. "
had one-third of their present salaries. guests' Sunday! of Mr W. B. Del Colley, Mrs. Perryman's
Anne, of Lake City visited Apparently both %
) 7.4 the lines, for Lou.says. "When you, get ;riglt Sewell. daughter and Jackie and Barbara
thinking along same
Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth
IJ on -
Saturday with, the hoed everything falls Irs Margaret 'Rps of home. Barbara washQp1efor.theEasterhol1daysfrom
; W when, one spoke of the desire ta ;; ? Duncan Colley at .
into place. the University of Georgia, A hens,
Mrs T. J. Griffin and Miss An give up their present life to devote -
nie Darby had as Sunday dinner all of their time. in the mission Mary ,Louise adds "We wanted Ga. was home for' the weekend" : Charity, Hospital, in New Orleans STUMP'S I
the this new house very much but I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. High efJacksonville where, she is a student.
guests Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza field the other acknowledged
---- when we got" it'we found"tha't it
spent Sunday with
and,daughter. D1iss.Gloria Johnsof ;,, same desire. Neither will say with We hesitate to say tnat the two
AND was not as important as sharing Mr",and Mrs. Jv M. Edwards. f
which one the idea originated. -- girls,are Mrs. Perryman's granddaughters -
Jacksonville, and Dr and Mrs
jour blessings"Sheriff Mrs: Adra 'J hnson. of Table!
T. G. Ritch and children of There is far more, to becominga '" because although she
Z2Jf P 1. lELJ than just makingthe quah! ,, 0 k :,:arrived Wednesdayto has two daughters and four STORE
Starke. They had as a Sunday tile the and Mrs. p, p...Reddish: spend six weeks with her
decision, according granddaughters
afternoon visitor Mrs. George none call her
and R. P. McLendon visited Albert .
I A Bennett Orlando..' t HillendaluX They have underFRIDAY Humphries in Jacl sonville Sunday daughter and family., Mrs. Jack E?. Clement, ." andm ther".-She has many pet E. CALL'ST: PHONE 100

afternoon.. names, including_ "cherry sugar-
:J. S. Harbin and Mrs. BennieStephenson
...1IICIIMI1OIIU' DQII01Itt DoIIaIIG. .ptrunt oe _the .'Prof in Starfc Mrs.: W.' L. BJair and Miss Amy and daughter, Barbara -
0III-oI"&OIInI011US Share
eWw.,u,'ar werti SIlly,M.Sena n.er Coburn left Thursday for Ca per.WYOIlin'g of Vero Beach were weekend in Starke .W

Plus Cartoon"Droopy's Good Deed" Mrs. Blair's"s where they- -will visit and NoegeL guests or Mr. and Mrs,. :Stanley' Share the. Profits

daughter Mr and Mrs. Don Mc-, Mrs. Bertha Pearce was in Jacksonville -
Cann. They will be away through over the weekend visiting
'SUN-" MONTUBS.. July and will also visit relativesin Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor, "

May 18, 19 Eldcrado, Kan. Mr'and: Mrs/Drew'Reddish'and'amily"spent

l li 1 $1.00 down, $1.00. wkly wilt. Mother's Day with
purchase a 10 yr. warranty auto* Mrs: W. H 'Edwards in Jackson
The. Happiest Show In Town! ,.' ,- '
matic gas botVater heater at
ville. ?
M-C M pj sMt*
RSIIC:.SI[GEL Production SATURDAY MAY 16, 17 Slade Gas Co. Call 121. 4T :51.06 .down, "$1.00 wkly will
I sterner Mr. and Mrs. David Chandlerof '
nrchas. 10
: a yr warranty! automatic -
DANNY. KAYE Jacksonville were'Sunday' gas_ hot wate{ heater :atr'
,4t iA morning visitors of. Mr. and Mrs Slade Gas Co! Call 121.* '* 4T 1

MERRYANDREW PHILMDAY 1 r R. V Chap ::A2G. 'ibyd'R' .' Crosby., Jr. of FRL-SAT.

Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Dowling were Shaw, A;B s. C., spent the. week-j MAY 16 17 '
in Lakeland over the weekend / ,
end with his parents, Mr. and. .\
/r '. co,sUtnni / visiting Mr and Mrs. Robert' ,Leand e Crosby Sr '

PIER ANGELI I SALE family.Mr 'Mr: ; and' Mrs.. 'MorriS Williams

\V\ NOELPURCELLWi BACCALONI J'J'I NA1ION4IDI ("P and Mrs. R, V. Chapmanand and children Folkston, Ga. 2-Pc. Living Room Suite 7Pc. Sofa Bed GroupSofa

I | ROBERT COOTE family attended a family reunion sent; _the firstof, theweek wither tp
5Py In CintmaScop NEW PHILCO 3-WAY at Ocean Pond near Glus! parents, Mr.' knd ''Mrs. Jessp I t _
and METROCOLOK : I Club Chair
tee on Sunday afternoon. Newsome. r ; !1'4I Bed Matching
PORTABLE RADIO Diane Colson was confined with Sen. and Mrs. C, E. Johns and l
Plus "Grateful Gus" Cartoon the measles over the weekend.' Dave PQ.uIk attended the funeral I g ,vF 2 Step Tables 1 Coffee Table

?Yrz Mrs. Del Colley and daughter,, cf M. O. Andrews in Chiefland ;.A
i Jackie, were in Tallahassee- on last-TllUrsday.: :- 2 Table Lamps
Tues.. Wed May 20, 21 I .
business the first cf the week.Mrs. Mr. and ,Lfrs Louis Gay 'of''
14 IIrtUep Pan1M1 .- L. S, Hutto and family'had' Jacksonville were -weekend guests

as, Mother's J Day guests Mr.. and of Me. net< >tilrsA. L.crosbx Sr.1: Sofa & Large Club 'CIair Regular 208.70 ValueLucie

Mrs. Brad Locke and son Mr. and 'J. W.,(Ritchspent, last ,week in
E .i I >Nt ty; 01 ::: :., Mrs. T. F. Hutto and family, Arthur 'Jackson"! ,, Lapsing, and, 'Detroit, TO MATCH F. Huron

I Locke, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald .Mich. on business, .
Prock and Mrs. Mabel Williams "Misses Barbara Colley and Babs' REGULAR $119.93 Sale Only 149.95
I N of Jacksonville and Mrs. Charlie Lance, student'n r es at CharityHospital

PHILCO I600-MI Parker of Cocoa. 1." 'New 'Orleans. ," Lr. were, Special Sale Price 895 f; ,

/ 95 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank Jr. home' for Mother's" Day, Many Colors\ To Choose From
1,59.95including PHILCO bat and family cf Demopolis, Ala.: Mrs. Eric Moore of Braxton, .
ll c i and Miss Babs Lance,of New Orleans Ga.: spent 'the weekend with herdaughter ,

Features new Scantenna La. were weekend guests cf, Mrs." ",I., q./Harris" -, and 7 pc. FOAM RUBBIB LIVING ROOM GROUP

rwreu ,. combination Candle i Mr. and Mrs M W. Lance, family i !: ., ,
; rufo0il Diamond Nttdlt Worth $25.00 and powerful rotating an- Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Weaver of Mr and Mrs. George Kuhnastof r.: 4'. .
.. High impact case in -
kn**|1I1II1IIoID'I.1WJS UT EMU lAWO.frMI .e Ktcord Cabinet Worth $25.00PHILCOBENDIX tenna., pink or red. Williston were Sunday visitors of Tampa were weekend vests 11., '
ft mm wwr'tncM*LOWS lAY.**** ,aqua Mr.: and Mrs. W.T. Jackson.: of Mr. and Mrs Al 'Hartmann.Mr Sofa. and Matching Club Chair kr'g ,
XWMK*FLMi U *HUH U.TMI,nuuttM; : :
"Al.wm; T r Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson spent and Mrs. W,>. Herlongand ..
PHILCO SLENDER SET Sunday with Mrs.: Mae Hawkinsand Mrs. Corrine"Purvis-of Gainesville ". With Full' Foam Rubber. Cushions f ,::; .., :?; r
Plus "Too Hop to Handle"Cartoon .:,
son, Paul in Waldo., visited their: sister, Mrs. '
TABLE TV 1 COFFEE TABLE \ 'V' <, il' "
Albert Newman is the new manager Eva Hunter in Clearwater over the "
2 speeds-2 cycles at the Imperial Service Sta- weekend. Mrs.'Hunter had just 2 TABLE LAMPS.: : i ''- "

Thurs.. Fri. .:- May .22, 23 AUTOMATIC WASHER .ion on U. S. 301, north. undergone surgery.

Mrs. Y. A, Harris of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy
spent the weekend with Mr: and and family were in Palatka on Regujar{ 248.70 NOW ONLYLIMITED

CQ tr" Mrs. Lex Green and Mr. and.Mrs. Sunday, visiting her mother, Mrs.

3 Charles Harris. Q. E. McQauley. SAVE 5875: $ Q'n This/ Group 189.95
1 Ray Marks of Jacksonville wasa ; Mis5BettyLu Harris and Miss

"tJS2fCi weekend guest of Buzzy Greeq.} Sherri Owens cf U of F. spent the "
2 Mr. and Mrs. Reginald McAteerand weekend with Mr and Mrs. Char-

lJf Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAteer, les Harris.. ,', QUANTITY SOFAS & CHAIRS
ii PHIICO 284NWITH md children of Tampa will bf Mr. and Mrs..H. E. Bradley and

i IQ LIf: TRIPLE-DUTY reJvceJ to weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.. family and Mrs.'Ollie Bradley YOUR CHOICE OF BLONDE OR MAHO GANY TABlES YOUR CHOICE OF

,.. :r FILTER DISPENSER PHI ICO 4221 19995 3eorge,Flynn I Jr. spent Sunday with Mr. and'. 4'Mrs' MANY ,COLORS AND STYLES O j LAMPS. :
: Mr.
and Mrs. William Preston K. C. Scott in Ocala.:

< J. Lint Fitter only' and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ,and. JJrsv Jack. Haile .arq
,'1 .t7t:4': \. ,2. Dispenser $00095 surement, 262 level sq. tuning. were weekend guests of Mr and with Mrs." W. G R i1e. / :
area.Top *
Rinse Conditioner Ll able wood Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Jr., at Kingsley Mrs. Laura Tisoiq spent )lothel's '
: Can Do At11
i Mahogany "It's A Fact You Better I
Pius "Cagey Bird" Cartoon 3. Dispense, cabinet. Lake. Day; with. Mr.'an
Regular' Adm. Prices Mrs. Ye lon[ Slade Mr. and Mrs. William G. Felos -Johns,.a\.EtfliPi, Beach.,, T' '
and daughter of Fort Lauderdalewere Miss Lu"Greenahad'tas weekend, :
Matinee Adults 40c weekend visitors of Dr. and guests, Miss Sandra Johnson. Denmark Furniture C.o. I

Evening, Adults 50c C.H.NASWOR11I% lY Philco DealerStarke Mrs. Pete G. Felos. London England and Duke Bishop .
Students, 25c: Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss,Ma both students the"Umver- ;

Children, All Day 15c mie: Anderson of ,Archer wen 1 sity of MiaipL..Miss Green plans 4 4. 436 West Call St. PHONE 151 StarkeFlorida'l'IIrnSDA I
:310 E. Call! St. Fla. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. 1L DavL to return, to"her: ,:studies)at thi, t( j

',- I over the weekend. .' -.:..:-' of iL this weekend. -- jr

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: and each ofywi are hereby

Mayor's Court ir Conner Scores BHS Nine i Signs Oft For ,Season :1 Floikla.Aitcn Boles, Waldo Florida. and A. required You to appear& wn the 14iu day of
C, Roulston, Keystone Heights Fla June, 1958 at 10:00 o'clock A.il. before -
Hears The Usual partners. the Cireuit Court of Bradford

Non Voters For "% : :-r.-, -'-.- Dated this 15th day of May, A. D.. Count. Fl rids, at the Court Housein
Monday Routine ISis! at starke 'Bradtord County, Stark!.". Florida and show cause
, Florida. a/15 4t 6/ why the prayer of the Petition filed

Fights public intoxication and v Lack Ot InterestHouse 1 CALL rOK BIOS in should the not above be granted entitled. and proceedings the bonds

speeding made up the docket in ,, The Board of County Commission therein described and the proceedings
) .v ers of Bradfcrd willreceive authorizing the issuance thereof
County Florida
Mayor's: court Monday u ernoon. : I: _ ,.:: '"' 'Speaker Doyle E.I; Ccn- bids at 10:00 o'clock A. M., validated and confirmed said bonds

Of those appearing in court of Sta'rke lashed out at the ilenday, June 2, 195; $, under their I consisting of Four Hundred Fifty
ner "I '
Thousand Dollars (J450.00S.OO) School
)lll!> Herman Geiger and "hundreds of thousands of people following piece of equipment: Bonds of Special Tax School Oistriet
ley both pleaded guilty to ; who simply don't take thtrouble' One (l> 4-ttheel drive, 6 cylinder Number One, dated May 1, 195S, maturing
3/4 ten serially on May 1 of each of
intoxication and each pick-up truck complete -
to register last Friday with body. the years 1959; to 1978 both inclu-
fine of ?27 or five days. night in a speech to the Civitan Delivered F.O.B. Starke Florida. sive. bearing interest payable eemi-
Bobby Lee Martin I' The Board of County Commissioners annually. at such rate as shall be determined
Club of ,Jacksonville.The of Bradford County reserves the upon the sale thereof not
guilty; of fighting and: Bradford' Solon pointedout right to reject any or all bids. in excess' of six per centum (6<%) per
conduct and fined' a OFFICIAL SEAL) annum. a more particular descriptirn
that our Republic was con- Charles A. Darby. Clerk of the Circuit of paid bonds, being contained in the
or ten days.Clifford ceived en the idea "that all fundamental Ccurt. Bradford County. Florida. Petition filed in this proceeding,

Kelly pleaded I political .:should 5/15 2t 51!! DONE AND ORDERED at Starke
65 miles hour power Florida, this the 14th day ft May
driving an I i rest with the people % but the CALL FOB BIDS 1958.
wile:zone and was fined $ registration figures and the elect The Board of County Commissioners S/ 'CEO. L. PATTEN
fine suspended and put on of Bradfrrd County. Florida will Judge of the Circuit Court of
ion returns show that here *n receive bids at 10:00 o'clock A. M., the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
tion; for 60 days. Florida our government, is not Ionday, June 2. 1958 under their Florida In and for Bradford
Not appearing In Mosquito Control Program for the County. 5/15 4t 6/;
supported by the kind of broad

Henry BUckwell.> who : oase; the founding fathers had: in following One (1)piece Insectioidal of equipment! Fog: Machine

bond of (27 i a charge mind."' with automatic shut-off valve to
Bradford High School's 1958 baseball team which wound be installed on truck in Starke. tilN ,
intoxication and Frank Representative Conner cited up Its }.Florida for one man operation. :.::'.::.:.:.......1'...........
who forfeited bond of $2 .the great inner spiritual satisfaction season last, week with a 4-1 conference record, i is pictured above. Delivered F.O.B. Starke. Florida. :(i@@ WfWW :: '

charge of no driver's of fighting hard for a Standing ((1-r) Coach Lennard Register Manager John \Vhlsnet Gai- ers The of Board Bradford of County County, Commission reserves the

also $27 on a charge of good cause and feeling when the yin Pare, Curtis McGre, Armonrt Rivers Harvey" Tanner, and Coach right to reject any or all bids.
driving. Betty Lou Bell (OFFICIAL. SEAL)
votes are counted that you have Bichard Costello.
riot Charles A. Darby. Clerk of the Circuit

of did driving appear 65 in to a defend 35 done your very best ,to make your Seated ((1-r) George Fatten, Beany Williams, W. IL Johns, Jimmy Court, Bradford County, Florida.
5/15 2t
and forfeited bond of $27.Sam community, 'your 'state or nation BaD and Bubbar LaMee. Kneeling in front b Manager' Bobby Ed- '
a better place for all Its citizens." In The Circuit Ceurt Of The Eighth
Bennett 'forfeited mondson. JadirUl fkrfult Of The State Of
He 'to''
emphasized the "need -
not appearing on a Marlda. I a And Fee Bradford
continue to broaden the base of CoiBly. la rhaatery.THR I
license. Johns Hears Data
the Florida economy to make It Ii
even stronger than it is' today" On Housing Plan FLORIDA for and on behalf of
liam V. Whaley was and in closing urged everyone"to Jaycees And SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
guilty and his bond of $27 At Orlando MeetingCity NUMBER ONE,
[ ] participate actively in your gOVernment Petitioner
refunded. I Bell: three at all levels" providingour C 01 C PlannedA Clerk Carl Johns attendeda vs.
bond of $27 on a : THE STATE OF FI..cmlD.and .
h's government with "the broad in Orlando last week
by not appearing.\ wel- base the founding fathers in- A it meeting of planning concerning the Federal Urban Ke- Defendants. 'Try O<< trcvblesertQ
Calvin Whitfleld. on a committees from the Chamber ot ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
fighting also forfeited to tended. Commerce and Jaycees was decided newal Program for Improving TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA, b
they In speaking of the so-called re- neighborhoods and cutting downon THROUGH THE STATE ATTORNEYFOR
at luncheon session
$52.Tommy Williams and cession the Speaker of the House.I 01 C of C directors in the Garden slum areas. OF SAID STATE, TilE SEVERAL !
and stated that Florida led all states The two Over 70 state municipalitieswere PROPERTY OWNERS TAXPAYERS
Swindell both failed to Restaurant CITIZENS AND OTHERS
charges of public berry- last year by having more workers groups will meet jointly in the represented by about 400 HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY Ttea. tf jo* *v** firt few.*

by employed In manufacturing'planh near future to adopt a plan of people who heard a governmentman RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN
each forfeited bond of off than in 1956 and was a leader in action on needed projects tor discuss the program and PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY garyoa &t&Mw
one percentage df gain. Also. "ii\ spite Starke. what it can do to improve 'lori-- PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF just a request for advke CIa

the cf the bad weather we had :nore The directors approved forms da. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. OF tke 'choie of tsiuran e for
gates people working in January thanwe for a labor survey of Starke and Gov. LeRoy Collins has expressed TAX SCHOOL: DISTRICT NUMBER JMr hows CTI f MniVi .*

did in January a year ago" for surrounding area, for,use in nego- interest in the plan which consist ONE, HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED.; MORE OR PARTICULARLY TO iusinm we will re*po&4

Agent all non-agricultural employment. tiations with prospective industries of building rental homes for BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY

de- "Last year" Conner continued for this locality. low income families by means of THEREBY: quictuA4.7wpiUII. '

u,1 "construction.In Florida broke all The directors also decided to a Federal loan which is paid back

records for the sixth consecutiveyear. send a delegation to appear before over a long period of years from C Wall

And, we topped a billion the budget meeting the City the rental fees. I LIVE BAIT BOATS Agency

4PpFiTS dollars for the first time." Council and ask that these groups At the last City Council meeting a;'. COTTAGES.

He reported that the employ- budget an increased amount to the program was brought up Phone: 146 __ _

BRADLEY ment percentage for the nationis rielp finance an expanded C of ,c ; for consideration by, an architect I RUTLEDGE'S 200 E. Call ,Street

eight while Florida has 4.6 per program in Starke and Bradford whose interest lies in designing 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn ____
PLAY cent of all workers covered by County. I the homes: The councilmen expressed Route 100 Starke, Fla. \ -
unemployment insurance. Mrs. Marian Howe, C of C executive -I interest and decided to

has, secretary state that she look into the plan ,further.A .

by had been appointed to' the Advisory representative from the govErnment -

(c $ to I, Free TypewriterTo .Fefieration Council of and,the would Honda be gladto Retail meet: with is to the'come council to Starke to explain and Sell It Rent ft Trade It

Be ideas' from local merchants -
AwardedThis 1 Bave
.! the program as it relates to this ,

concerning problems to city and to answer questions in
: was I SaturdayA present to' this organization. order to familiarize the councilmen WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

with it.NOTICIf.
own- I ,
clinics l; -
the brand Smith-Corona Sil-: SO WORDS- OR LESS Ome ..ertle. (Mlal...,Ckarre) ,,.. jn
the ent.Super portable typewriter will 23At TO UEFE.\U" EACH ADDITIONAL.WORD OVER 2* __?_ ,,.,__...., 4eFr Ward
with be given.away. to.some lucky per- 'f For.May III Cireolt Court.( Bradford 'Co..b. 80% DISCOUVT ON REPEAT I\SERTtOX&. SAME AD

\ son at the Bradford County, Tele- Florida: la Cbametrf. ? Ke: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID r.r"D ANC&
Chlpsa Easterling ;Mlmbs' -plaintiff.
graph this Saturday afternoon at Health( CenterThe vs. James Edwanl Mimb.s, Defendant .

and 4 o'clock. i 'Case' "*Nol ,1.5H CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _____'_ $1.25 Pep lu1l Pint Isiertlol
Annual"Bradford County :Notice to Appear : _,
Almost 100 entries TIMF.ICARDI
; 17 be- were receIV- Tor James Edward' llimbs, -whose
will beheld
: yet ed in The Telegraph's crossword Crippled Children's Clinic residence and address Ui:. Unknown. OP THANK (i>'T. M W. .e) --.---- PM

ift1 puzzle ,contest, and everyone en. at the 'Bradford'on County Friday for You divorce are hereby, 'care notified; custody that and a control suit- OVER M WORDS -------------_____ 4 cc.,. Pn' W.,.

tering is eligible to win the ,free Health Department of, minor child '
t begin- -- 4 Cc.t. I'.. Ward
portable.In May 23, with registration has been filed against you in the
9 .
above named Court and cause and .
: Satur- addition to the first, prize nine at' 8 p.m.' you are required to> serve- a. copy of FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms. 218 S.
The lini is being conducted y Lawtey the following awards 'will be under-the auspices of the Florida on the Plaintiffs,Attorney ft'nce. posts. 4 miles .Norm/ on ;301.
Shirts & : I a. m. made: 2nd prize $35 credIt ,on Commission E. K. Ferryman.Starke..; Floria ONE SLIGHTLY USED! Laundrymat GreenBakk !'9 st Co. tfen*
purchase of Silent Super; Srd Crippled Children's: and file the original in' the office of $79.95. Slade Gas Co, 4tchg 6/g3
per American Legion Post 56. and.Ro- the Clerk of the,Circuit CoUrt on or i WE HAVE a new joan program for
prize $25 crcdit On purchase of Starke"'Rotary before the l"6 -ofJ.ue.195&! .; FOR SALE-Hot Water Heater, ,5 farmer, --Loans of 1 to 5 yean
Reg. 8.95 ; Health Silent Super; 10 prizes of 50 tary' Ann's: of'the otherwise the allegation of'said-Com- down. and J5 a m nth. Slade GalS Co. for the entire credit require
Club.! plaint will be' taken as (confessed by 4teb? fir.?! ments of the farmer and hi* fam
im Shopportunity Profit-Sharing cou- --
will include three ily. Gainesville Production Cred.'t
vaccIn- pons. In addition to this, everyone Visiting you.This notice shall published once RANGES-Small down paymentand Association, .* O' ; SPECIAL entering the contest (except 'the orthopedic surgeons from Jacksonville I each week for, four consecutive! ...weeks $18 per month. Slade Gas Co.4tchg. Gainesville, Fla._ ttcbg
owners pediatrician plastic I in the Bradford County Telegraph $/%%
winners of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd a
coming Dated this 14 day of Way, 1J58. EARTH WORMS
with prizes) will, be awarded a $10 surgeon, a physiotherapist' representatives (OFFICIAL'SE. L) FOR SALEFARMALL Freak dug Red" Mgfct Crawlers.
from a brace and shoe Charles A. Darby. Clerk of the Circuit GUM lie ready .i in credit certificate on the purchaseof Court North .f
from Florida Vocational 400TRACTOR Citr Hall S4' N. Tltoa-
that any Smith-Corona {Silent: Super company and By Marian L. Crosby., Deputy Clerk. 100. 8t. Pheap 78-W.. 4t, 5/22
or' ,Rehabilitation Service 5/15 4t 6/5 .; ,
Sterling Clipper portable. '
very FOR SALE-1S5J Liberty Trailer 45
1 They will be assisted by the staff
control Persons entering the contest do of the Bradford County Health BEG1STER NOTICE OF FICTITIOCS INTENTION NAME TO GOOD CONDITION f(. 2 bedrooms, air condition, com

not have to be present to win Department and volunteer work- Notice: 1 is hereby given that the un., Write Box: 823-C plete 'bath.; Call i43-W. 1420 Pratt
but is invited to of
I everyone come dersigned. under the provisions St. -
.. ,
join the fun at the Telegraph office ers.The f Chapter 20,933. Laws of Florida, Acts Care this Newspaper r 2tchg S-22
and of 1941 will register with the Clerkof
clinic is free of charg
Saturday afternoon at 4 the Circuit Court in and for Brad- 3tp 5-15 FOR fLU.t-f: room newly de Mae, P. Ierst' any child under 21 with a crippling ed house! m.oderaeonvenlencu., .
Wed., Thurs. May 21, 22 For. Hemingway o'clock. ford County Florida. upon receipt of 11
condition is eligible for ex' proof of publication of this notice the WANTED-Man or Woman (white) laCt"u land. :I. miles 'from
DOUBLE FEATURE Native Of StarkeMrs. fictitious name of Starke Recap Co., of good moral character, betweenthe City Umlta. Ra.ford Rd. -on tele-
The Great Man amination. Needed' follQW-up hos- un<'er which we are engaged In business ages of 21 and S3, who can devote phone floe bun and malj' route,
Funeral MondayFor pital care will be available to at 13S N. Temple Ave.. Ptarke 10 or more hours per week to Owner phone )there Mrs Leon thru Saturday after
Annie Bowen Gray. RAymond
work with'
Hemingway, pleasant profitable opportunities
With Jo Ferrer'
se whose family is unableto 5-2545 Jackeonvifle.
children Fla.
74. of Starke died Thursday afTef- 'Mrs.' Ollie Dell for life-time career. tfetig
AND for treatment. Write Box 8:3E:: Starke. Kla.3tp.
noon. May 8, at the home of her In pay I Bring Your Livestock To 5/ZZ WANTED- ('eat attractive wait
Action Of The TigerVan daughter Mrs.'Martile Alexander Gainesville Appointments have been givento ress. Trail. Restaurant. Lawtey.
a large number of children by FOR RENT-Furnished first floor 3tp /U
Johnson Martine Carol in Jacksonville. She had been ill JACKSON'SLIVESTOCK apartments. Attractive and redec. '
Plus Color Cartoon for several months., Mrs. Ollie Weeks Dell 76, died' the County Public Health Nurses, orated. All conveniences.. H. RADIOS BKPAIRED
and the Orthopedic Field Nurse. MKT. .Vollman. Itchg AD Make. AD H4el.
C- Mrs. Hemingway was ,born in Saturday at herrhome in Gaines- UtMaakle Charges rarut*.4
Starke on Dec 29, 18s. the ville after a lengthy illness. She: Parents of children crippling Lovett'' Jackson FOR SALE-19:9! Buick. GoOd condition SHEPHERD RADIO TV
Share.fhe-PofjfslnStc conditions who have not been good tires 58 tag. see see- Immmm Greco, Owes _
daughter of the late Joe and Lucy was born at ,Providence. then in I their 1 1I Bob Cooper, AuctioneerSale her Forsythe Raiford Rd., Jtt. r Z2'S W< ,Call St. Ph.aa 239
invited to bring
Bowen. She was a member of the Bradford County, and moved to I notified, are. Box 71. trchg gurke, Fla.
to the clinic for examnaticn. -
children EVERY' WEDNESAYlisLmiig '
Madison Street Baptist>Church. Starke with her family as a young' FOR'.S.\ .F-Registered Angus FOR SALE-14 In x 11 ft. steel

Funeral services were held.Sat. girl.'Her father was the late Col.: bulls and heifers, cows and calves. culvert pipe. J1.25 ft. ALSO BuildIng .

urday at 3 p.m.: in the DeWitt C. W. T. Weeks Clerk of the Court Also White 1955, Raiford Ford Rd.Pick-up.Hiway 16.2tp.J. b. Subdivision.Iota for sale Low down U S.uth Gate
Jones Chapel with Rev; 'J. H. in Bradford County for many I 5/%! Low monthly payments. BILLY
Mabry pastor of the Madison years. She moved to Gainesvillein [ Scriptures-, by Jflct LAKE. HOUSES JACKSON!? Phone 115. c/o Central

Street, Baptist Church, officiating, 1905 after her marriage to the I' Most Profitable Hour Truck Lines._- tfchg
bed na frame house. Urreraom. IIID"
assisted by Rev. L. D. Homes. late Sam T. Dell. 'i'-I b i ;1ur .Ua.r ..d' bulb. Large lot. lake ONE BEDROOM furniahed apart-

Burial was in Crosby Lake' Cemetery She is survived by one 8. te liltb 'sr. I"ra.., _ahabbeJ' and meats for rent PhoM .1J5. W. T.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 16 17 son. tee,.. Prire .16....... Term. Jackfton. tfchg
T. Dell Jr. of Gainesville;. a

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF Surviving are her ,.husband, daughter Mrs. ,Howe E. More- FLORIDA REALTY CO. Pratt EASTER St. ULLTES for sale. 533T

Frank G.. Hemingwayr a daughter dock Jr. cf Miami; a brother,, R. Of Starke Up

THESE AMAZINGLY LOW Mrs:: Alexander :and a son, A. Weeks Jacksonville: a sister.Mrs. ,IK N. Walnut St. TeL 3S3 lo'OR'SALE TRAILER Jl ft. modern
SHOPPORTUNITYSPECIALS Starke, Fla. trailer air comftioned excellent con-
Frank G, Hemingway. Jr.,- both of Joe E. Wilson of Starke; and dition. good tire*. $1,800 includes
p Jacksonville. five grandchildren. HELP WASTED-MALE t: FEMALE electric'brakes and hitch. Hartley,
as at the HAN OR WOilAX-to take over rcute Lake Cenete 'Trailer Court. Itcbg
Serving pallbearers
Funeral services were held Mon of established customers in Starke.
Ladies' BILLFOLDS funeral were Freeman RegisterSr. day morning at 11 o'clock,in the Weekly profits of aU.OO or more to GENUINE, ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations .
., J.'F. Jaudon P. M. Barefoot itart possible. No car or other investment with double envelopes 100
Reg. 5.00 Rolfs"SALE First Methodist Church Gaines- .JiF kc' ( necessary. Will help you for ,I21.J5. Bradford County Tel",
"by '
J. 'Th mu" C. J. and
A. ville. Burial was In Evergreen getatarted. Write C. R. Ruble Dept. graph, tf
H.: K. Crosby., ; j.:, The J. R. Walking Company.
2.50 Cemetery Gainesville under' the Memphis !. Tenn. Up FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished
direction of DeWitt C. Jones house. 632 Pinewood Dr.. $65 per

Cubs Camp At'Lake' Funeral HomesGuardsmen ; FOR RENT-4 room unfurnished month. Contact lira Mary Dally,
t q house. 4 miles from Starke on Roa4 1415 Dancy. St. Jacksonville, Fla.
16, Rftdman rnderhlll Up Phone EV -00.. May be seen by
Hamilton Beach Steelman Portable 4SpeedBLENDER Scout Den 3 spent Friday Will caMlnr at J28 Dr. Up
FOR SALE-Ford Tractor with front
and Sunday camping trip
on a
RECORD PLAYER end loader and disc. Phone 2J7-J. .
8AL.--lll'U11t'hold furnishing
at Ringsley Lake. The nine mem- Take Part In Itt> 52! Mahogany FOR twin bed with spool tops,

Regular 44.95 Regular 79.95; bers were accompanied by4ljr. RENT To business chair bed upholstered In tapestry antiiue -
FOR person
and Mrs. H. }I. Hatcher' Jr" and Armory Dedication. apartment private bath. Utilities wrought Iron floor and table

:Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. % garage furnished. W. It Xollman 228 lamps and ceiling fixtures, large pottery
SALE 24.95 SALE 49.95 table lamp. fire plain* basket.
W. Madison St. tfcbg
i Electric three
The two local National Guard Urge General range,

BAKE SALE units. Co. B and ,Co. C, 748th LAKE BEDFORD LOT for 'gale. burners F Rochester.Rt,' deep wtU., VB. .oven-broiler.< ,tOo-B. Klnrs-T.
Armored Ordnance En.' will be $1.500 Cash. T. A. Yawn. Starke. Up
Joy Lake.!
2-Speed The, Eastern Star will sponsora Fla ttchg '
in Jacksonville Saturday after ..
'- :
Regular 129.95 -" SALE Bake Sale on Saturday beginning noon to take part.in, the dedica. _1 FOR SALE-To responsible party: Unfinished FOR liENT-UnfurnUhed house 99.95 at 9 ajn. in front'of Barks- concrete block house on Phone 227-W. 'Hehe
ton' 'of the CedarHills arm 'H Road 10*. Beautiful high land. No
James Watson ; -w
dale's store. .
down payment -required. Keep your
pry.Co. ''0' ", _. money to finish house. Apply Teie- FOR SALF.-US7 Ford, Custom 4-D
C, the Starke unit will.also : 'I rranh. p 0 Boi fI3-N. Starts, tfchg V-g Sedan.Excellent condition.
Priced' 11,2*0. Inquire William S.
BULLINGTONStudio drill on Sunday at the armory. Terry Cashier Community Bank ofRtarke.
WSCTIL1S FOUND-Light brown female hound.
: Jtl'hr
Owner may have by paying board and
,jaiN4:23 Pol-
advertising costs. Contact City
PROMISES ''NO Both .companies are fcegtaomg '. spigfr;;1Ott D mTC Tn! Ice. Itchg W.ANTED-SmaU, Urge house,
THE BIBLE jag: ncgSHipraa SHALL worn' ?THE pgHEg: IN _
-. & Gift Shop to make plans for ,departure ;oa frlactricJtr. bath/Ben house! secluded
I' the annual FOR 'RENT-Three bedroom unfurnished private lane H mile from- bos. Will
NATIONAL VOICE. encampment Sponsored by members of the Madison Street.Baptist Church house. 711 Cypress St See pay ta* and repairs or rent. 1. Goat,
I at Fort Stewart..; G ., on" June 8. alter one o'clock.' Ztchg ill win Falrfield, Fa. Itcbg S2r.GE


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Fences r-; ,',- N '. er of Orlando, who is a house .rtr.Vvvyv.mt..m.. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl Lacey Normans Sunday afterloon.1 Don't Forget the Fish Fry Friday
Tight .' tll .- guest of her son Martin Griner '
forget church and Sun-
and family in Lake Butler. LONG BRIDGE Night, May 16 at 6 p. m. at
HIGHLAND day School next Sunday.
Are No Problem ", ',>;. ,Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards and AND NEW RIVER Happy Birthday to Mrs. Ruth I B. H. S. Stadium. Proceeds for

',.'}"'' .". Linda visited Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Marr and O. L. New Band Uniforms. Come Y'alL
For B. E. Reddish u!!b_ v Hamilton in Brooker on Sunday. Mrs. E..A. SappftAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ily SIrt. Lacy NonulWt6AAAA&.AAAAA4AAAAAAAA.A.

_' They were in Gainesville on Sat .
.ft, ; urday. Little Miss Linda Edwardswas Share the Profits in Stark
B. E. "Bryant" Reddish who a patient in Bradford County Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and |I

raises Charbray cattle on his Hospital frcm Friday until Tues: Homestead and Joe Dowling of children. of Callahan visited i I
ranches at Lawtey has designedand friends'and relatives here Satur-1
High Springs were Saturday :and
built barbed wire fences ,,, """ day.Friends
: day. i
Sunday guests of the Fronie
will be to know
which he keeps tight with the "n ai, Crews. Mrs. Alice Austin and sons of,'
minimum of trouble."I 't' that Mrs. O. E. Crosby is out of Daytona visited friendS and rela-
the hospital and back at work, i Mr. and Mrs. Romie Johns of
got tired of having to tightenmy \ is rl4 after being a patient at the Bradford !Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. tives here Saturday! and Sunday.
.fences all the time." he said. They attended Homecoming at
County Hospital for six days Carl Wynn of Starke:visited Mrs.
"so I used an idea I got from an Long Branch Church Sunday.Mr. .
-....... last week. Little Stevie Crosbywas Fronie Moody Sunday.
old Fcrd jack and built a and Mrs Homer Smith of
car a spend-the-night guest of The Ethan Sapps enjoyed a FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 16, 17
stretcher that should last forever." i u his grandparents on Friday night. picnic lunch with their childrenat Tampa visited friends and rela-
He used three short lengths of Patsy Douglas, of Palatka Road the home of DempseySapp on tives in community and also

scrap two-inch steel pipe, bored spent the weekend with Mr. and Santa Fe Lake Sunday. Leslie attended Homecoming. at Long! BOTTLE

four holes in the pipe near the S Mrs. Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Sapp and family, Pete Sapp and Branch Church.I I '
end, through which a long bolt visited her mother, Mrs. J. L. family of Palatka and the Robert Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and, FREE DE CHABOU
About eight inchesto Ward of children of Green Cove Springs: I
can be slipped. Johns in New River on Sunday family Starke enjoyedthe
the right'tw smaller holesto afternoon.Mrs. occasion also. spent Sunday with the Lacpy. M COLOGNEWITH

be tied to and at the other end t G. E. Crews visited her Miss Alma Jean and Francis Normans.
were drilled for the barbed wire Thomas of Johnstown din- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman.
son J. F. Crews and family from were PURCHASE OF OVER $1.00
two holes drilled to allow a steel Wednesday of last week, until ner guests of the Morris Bran- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosely of I

bar about two feet long to slip s + a s Sunday. While there they took a nens Sunday.Mrs. Jacksonville and Mrs. Rachel (Please Ask For Bottle)
through. Mildred Wilkes and Mrs. Prescott of Lawtey. visited the
trip to the gulf and Mrs. Crews
Two solid posts are set at end Virginia Roberts of Ft. Myers were Leonard Normans Saturday and
enjoyed fishing there.
of the ,fence with clearance enough 1} Friday ,and Saturday visitors of Sunday. 30% To 50% Off On Any Watch
Mrs. G. E. Crews had as house
between for the wire. The the E. A. Saops. Rev. George Chism, Mrs. Chi m I
guest for several days last week or Ring
pipe is positioned horizontally a- and their son visited the Lacey
... ,._. ... ....., Mrs. Gertrude Morre, from Coral Mrs. Rhoda Dowling who has
cross the posts at the height desired .rdY;-" ----- ----"' Normans Sunday afternoon.
been living with Mr. and Mrs.
Gables. Friday Mrs. Rhoda Bowling -
and fixed in place by driv- Bryant Reddish of Lav\tey demonstrates ,ingenious home-made of New River and Mrs. Jessie Fonie Crews, left Sunday for an Owen Knight of Maxville spent Watch and Jewelry Repairs All Work Guaranteed
ing nails in the posts above and device that keep all fences around his place} "tight as a drum." Lazenby of Homestead extended visit with, her daughter, Sunday with Carl Norman.
below, the wire. Wire is threaded Jessie Lee azenby in Homestead.We Mr. and Mrs. Asure Johns and
hole the He figures that he posts spend-the-day guests of Mrs. WILLIAMS% JEWELRY\
through the center holes in the ped into the end keeps saves on ,
pipe and tied securely. When the wire frcm slipping by tension on staples, labor cost and a lot of Crews and her visitor. are happy to have Mr. Roy children of Jacksonville visited
bother."I Mr. and Mrs. Russel Carter Turner as a neighbor in our community the Lacey Normans Saturday.:
lever bar Is inserted and turnedit the strand. '
tightens the wire Large staplesare With this method. Reddish says believe I have the barbed spent Sunday with their son and ? He now lives in a pretty Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Griffis and 126 W. Call St. Phone 375

used along the row to leave I he can space his posts 30 feet a- I wire fence problem licked," he family, William Carter on the] little trailer at the Moody Trailer Leon Wilkinson and daughter, Mrs. G. P. Wad wortb

the wire free-running. A bolt slip- part and still have a tight fence.cf said. Bayless Highway. Court. Joann, all of Lawtey visited the i[

IYYYYYYYYYYyYYnnnynSTATE Dries y-ur.g fri gds enjoyedthis in Orange County last week visit-

party with him'and presented ing their daughters and families.At .

FARM to him many lovely and useful this time they were with Mr. S- tiYou : !" di, .;.PiI' .f"I. "" t.
and Mrs. G. E. Cox in Orlando "

gifts.Mr.. and Mrs. P. S. Crevrs haveas and Mr. and ,Mrs. J. S. O'Guin in get what want with"
guests for several days this Pine Castles. They also called on ,
week his nice Mrs. J. D. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox while in
and Mrs. Mildred Wilkes of Orlando.
Birthday Party
Ft. Myers. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. l
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Green entertained Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arch J. M. Bradley were Mr. and Mrs. /i1Sd: ]a : ': -' ,;
with a weiner roast at *
Dobbs on Sunday were Mr. and Reese Bradley of Jacksonville and vs. i' .
:% .i' r
their home : .Z;
on Friday evening, in Nei .4;]:::; :
Mrs. Fred Haislop and daughtersand ; .., .. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and ''' sx L.o,:..+.iair. ;
i honor of their son Dale Knight'sfourteenth Mrs. Haislop Sr., all of children of Kingsley Lake. .,' '' .;,r J;b': .whf.L?:::ryYa::; ??tY7.o.. :'a... yq R ..a':.: *1 ;4 xv.
,, birthday anniversary Starke. 3 Y Jaa'a ewK A:>f >*:
Outdoor games were played and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North attended V-'V-A
Little Miss Kay Turner was a .. ,
dancing,! was enjoyed. In additionto spend-the-night guest of her i a surprise Open House in afv:: ;; .i':'.:>... ?> "
Lake Butler on Friday night, that 3";,,
the weiners; and buns, cakes grandmother, Mrs. Alice Anderson ;'s.._.,: '?Y-. j.,:::;;5 .
was given for Mr. and Mrs Martin -
and drinks Welt served. Thirty on Wednesday and they hada Griner.'lri their aeew, Home on .., ? il : iI!
to Jacksonville on Thurs-
trip '
4i $ a 'JV'
Sanderson Road. J
; a:fi'f {v' r..t.
TYUSConvalescent day.Mr. R. P. McLendon visited his 'Y ..
and Mrs. Milo Seigler and ; k Y":: '+ ., :r
mother, Mrs. L. B. McLendon !n ),:k'F% 41a hhL
family made a trip to Jacksonvilleand
Jacksonville, on Sunday. .
beach Sunday. { %
** the on Mrs. R. S. Rosier of 1
Home Away From Home" Lowell was
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Woodardleft at home for the weekend and .,. ...., .. .
''' ,
ASK '''''" '''' >''.'. # ,4' -, >" -
,ABOUT YOUR DOCTOR US tion today for Chattahoochee.on their annual Havana vaca- daughter spent Mother's and children Day with, Mrs.her "W 1: fi5Jttj i. ;t'v,4.y':1':' .c;::$: vY., i ii ::tf.:; i fj t : 1 .r

Your Inspection Invited and other points in west Florida Clarice Thompson, Becky Sue and
and south Georgia, where they Peggy.Mr. ...t..l
Nurses, onDgty2f, ,HN,, and friends for
p Dally. will visit relatives
and Mrs.1. A. and
227 S."Thompson Phone 153 the next two weeks. little son of Live:Oak. came Friday the extra good taste that means
Bradley were
Mr. and Mrs.J. M. and spent the weekend with 111
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon. .
Mr. and Mrs. L,.R. Green and ******YEft & r liV-.' 'w a,'F't'as 2 ...**# **

Share the -Profits to Stagy/ children of Jasper visited; Mr. and

Mrs. L. B. Cooper' and Mr, and extra enj.Q'ment-Bring home the Coke today !

Mrs. A. G. Green on Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. L. B. Cooper and

Mrs. J. A. Green visited their I --, _-_ : : :_::,_-_ : i _. :: _-=-__-:, ::'_ ,"',' ,_ -__ -_ ,:>,-- --: ,
farm in Jasper on Sunday after-


Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Green hadas

a weekend house guest Huey "
Murphy of San Diego Calif.
; Ij
FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 16, 17 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Caddell hadas j 0 ":,

dinner guests on Mother's Day, ,-- "',..'
their two daughters and families, / -, I I,4. ,, :, "'q, -u' e w
Shopportunity Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Yarboroughof

Macclenny and Mr. and .
Mrs. Edward Blume of Baldwin. .; i
LADIES' SKIRTS Sunday night dinner guests of ".-. '
Mr. and Mrs. Cadell were Mr. and ,;'&i"I"

Mrs. William Borroughs and three "' ';';' ":

REG. VALUE flflC boys of Webster and Frank Bor- ," ..
roughs of Tampa.L. i
UP TO 7.95 r
W. Murphy spent the past >. .
weekend in Thomasville, Ga. visit-

Now ONLY ing his son and family Mr. and a::T YY.1
Mrs. Curtis Murphy. He joined

Mrs. Murphy there where she had ,
been their house-guest for the ': LLY

last three weeks. While in Geor- i :
gia, Mrs. Murphy also visited two
of Mr. Murphy's sisters H.
Mrs. .
f :;vL : "AYS. ::} : +...vdI
O. Turner at Pavo, and Mrs. J. .

DRESSES E. Carlton at Moultrie. They returned ..
to their home on Tuesday.Mr. .

and Mrs. H. D. Starling and ..
daughters Mary and Sylvia spent
Saturday in Jacksonville with .
Mrs. Starling's mother. Mrs. J. T. .
1OFF Kirkland. Visitors of the Starling *_ .
family on Sunday- afternoon were f- .i.? a .
Mr. and Mrs. Hedgecock of V

Starke.Mr. .
: :
and Mrs., L. Durden were
the luckiest parents in our -.-
this past weekend for \ / .
t .; SHOPPORTUNITYSPECIAL they had all of their children 4m ? .. \ \ t .
)g home to spend Mother's Day with

them. Their guests were: Mr. and '
Mrs. R. R. Rouster and daughter, .; '--- f ;:: :

MEN'SSPORT June Tate of Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. .
\ '
and Mrs. D. T. Dreaden and three :
sons of Jacksonville; and Mr. and ...,",:,.:.'::'"
SHIRTS Mrs. George P. Lewis and two ::iF4: : '
daughters, Judy-and' Joy, also of {: :: 9.
Nj ,.
Jacksonville. --.--- .a' +

UECf. VALUE i' Mr. and Mrs.'Ronald McClellanof
C Palatka spe'nt'the weekend -co.tI RI rMI I .IW.' b1 wI wwrrw w.Ls
.9g t
TO a with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Mack. Sweat. !.{,., and Mrs.

Sweat, Miss Patsy Sweat and You want refreshment big enough to'
Now ONLY J c : their guests spent' Sunday with

Mr. Sweat's mother, Mrs. Rosie quench your thirst-a taste so satisfying # .
Sapp in Raiford. Mr. and Mrs
Lowell Allen and children of Ft you feel happy and relaxed : "
White were with them also.
Get Your Profit-Sharing CouponsN. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow you want Coca-Cola-best-loved I .

spent the' weekend at their sparkling'drink in all the world!Your '

S. ParrishBarksdale's Kingsley Lake home and had as
guests their daughter and son-in- family and friends want Coke too,so
law, Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green
and little daughters of Starke. be ready-keep Coke on hand! IRLGULAR

Mrs. ,C. M. Turney of Starke
was a dinner guest of the J. G.
Caldwells on, Sunday. .In the "V KING SIGN OF GOOD TASTE

afternoon Mrs. Turney and Mrs. Ecrted under authority of The'Coca-Cola Company by1 1 THE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

Caldwell visited Mrs M. E. Grin- .



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JYYYYYY"YYy.+m.vin.' the council except D. H. Crawford. home near Hampton.G. tion and Mr. find Mrs.: Leon Con- :ry Sunday* I Mrs. L. Cr Kelly and children of I The bride chose a dress of white{I .
New Students Here C. Cox has been' confined to ner of Rising Sunday afternoon.We Mr.; and 'Mrs Allen Land i Waldo; and Mr. and Mrs. L. !>. lace over taffeta. She carried a''I FOR DEPENDABLE
HAMPTON Two new pupils entered classes Bradford County Hospital since are glad to report that Mr. Jacksonville; visited -Mr. and I>yle. bridal bouquet of orchids with!I
at Hampton Elementary Behaei Tuesday of last week., Conner is improving after a furious -'Lloyd Barry over the weekend.Mr. Mrs L. L. Dyle and granddaughter -I white carnations. The matron of;,
this week; Shirley and Buddy Leon Moorer of the merchant illness.; He returned home I Allen Coulley of Deborah Lynn Sorrells honor wore a light blue dress and;i T ermiteControl
'.'. .Bj Bin. D. E. .tint- Dttkens. Transfers from Folkston marine has been visiting 'in Saturday after spending several is visiting Mrand Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Truly Dyle j a corsage of pink carnations 'j < I

,I..U.I.I.I. ,I. I.I.I...I.I.A l. Ga., the children are residing Hampton with hie grandmother days in the hospital. I.1 Barry. for two weeks. II III I and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer- Stokes I ,Mrs. Mazie Young gave a small] Household ft Commercial
temporarily with their uncle Mr. Mrs. H. D. May. Mr. and Mrs. Bond of HeilbronnSprings Mrs Ned Hichs and in .Gainesville Monday. !' reception for the couple' in a room .' Peat Control *
]Mayor Parker Resijns Terrell, who operates the gift were evening dinner were fishing at Hampton Mr. and Mrs,. Malcomb; Lewis of the'church.. 'I'I.
a Mayor'J.. H. Parker submitted shop in Theressa. Shirley is in Mr.their and new Mrs.daughter David Younkerand Patricia guests of the H. M. McRaes: and Saturday, afternoon.Mrs. and chjldren and .Shirley Green I I.MI'S Oliver graduated from Col' 0 Grove Spraying
his: r resignation' as mayor I' the fifth grade, and Buddy In the Theo of Jacksonville visited herewith the J. W. McRaes Tuesday of last Guy Harrell and visited Mr, and; Mrs. Mien Lewis,i lies High School in 1955 and i31)
Hampton at the city council ters, visited Mrs. Edna Hayes at Little Tutney Springs over' the I
third FR 6-2661
i week. employed by the University of Call
her :
Hall parents, Mr. and Mrs,
meeting at Hampton City on weekend.-.
Bridal Shower Honors Rev. and Mrs. Hall had as visit- i Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Florida.! !
J. A. Williams on Thursday of
:Tuesday evening, flay 6. The
of the and'I Lewis Oliver Control
1 Annette Green Florida Pest
- ; immediately, and.A'. C. Glenn Crawford of Archer Williams home were their son I and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee of Hill- sity of Florida I was visiting Miss Nell Oliver, granddaughter Bradford High School in 1951. & Chemical Co. I
Dennison jeffectiv ., chairman'of' the. couriJcil. the former Nor ma'Chfds, was and daughter-in-law, Mr. and iard and W. M. Guy Hall and: parents the L. A. Greens over of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Oliver: I and;employed by the Bell. Telephone -
will serve as'acting: niayor for guest of honor'at a bridal shower Mrs. J. A. Williams Jr. of Miami. Mrs. Hall of Cocoa. weekend. of, Georgia, became the bride of I ComPany; 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
the time. being.. Saturday May 10, at the homeof Mr and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft. Mr; and Mrs. Robert Taylor and Those visiting Mr. and Mrs Mrr Allen L wis'at 8:30' p. m. After their honeymoon they will Galneavffle, Florida ;
M. L. Watterson' attended the' Mrs. D. H. CrawfR'-d.: Lauderdale spent last weekend in children Charlene and Robert of S. Kelly on Mothers Day ", Wednesday in.. the Lake, Butler' reside at 41 N. E. 5th Street In t i ij iI
Prizes were won by Mrs. Lon- Olustee stopped by for a; short :Mr. and Mrs. LA. Kelly Baptist Church. Gainesville. -
meeting: to' ,request the councilhave Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. W. '
thf tree near" .the, water. nie ,Crawford and. Mrs.! Arnold A. Saxon and family. visit with Mrs. Taylor's parents children of St. Petersburg; Ti Rev Allen Y officiatedat I I
Quids.. and Arthur Kelly of the d01l.bI.fr ----- '
.the H. M, McRaes, Saturday Mrs ceremony, j
.tower removed. 'He pointed out Cake and punch were served to Mrs. Bill Underwood of Hamp- afternoon. They attended a ton; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. 'MrsMalcomb LewJs' was matron Share the Profs in Starlre
lhat if the tree to be blown t .
were ton Lake had four of her children
the 15 guests by the hostess. birthday party for little Kathy and children Miami; Mr. 1 cfhOAor'Bestman, fpr Mr. I
'tioun it would endanger the city'skater PersonalsMr. with her for Mother's Day: Mr. Myrick at the home of her parents Mrs. A. H. Hall and children, I Lewis, was his} brother} Mr; ,- f If +
supply. The council voted and Mrs J. E. Toles of and Mrs. N. R. Roberts' of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and Mrs, Harold Sorrell and comb, Lewis, Mr, Frank 'Parker. t! t
to inquire about removing the I 'I I
Rome, Ga. visited here with their Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robertsof of Starke. dren and Steven Kelly; Mr. of Gainesville was head usher.. !
Jree.J Jacksonville Mrs. Guy Williams I -
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Ij
J Council members approved the of Miller, and Mrs. Louise I
and Mrs. Marvin Fade and daughters -
H. H. Lewis Sunday Mr. and 1
I were
: ( (-"j-I'J'
motion to have palmetto trees from Monday to Thursdaythis Hogan, of Hampton Lake. Mrs. Bishop Thomas and familyof ,
along the main street, Navarre week. Mr. and Mrs. Truman King and f f / /

;jAve., trimmed, and this work was Sharon Hicks, small daughter sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Starke Brooker, and Mr.Mr.and Earl Mrs.Cook W. C.of George Slept1{e E!?., n

done last weekend. of Mr.and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr., Kersey cf Jacksonville visited here Conner and daughter, Yvonne. s SATURDAY MAY 16. 17
i Present for the meeting were broke her leg in a fall from a Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Those who celebrated Mothers' ,

all city officers and members of truck Saturday at their farm Hill. Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home had!I H. M. McRae were: Mr. and Mrs. a HOLLYWOODFRIDAY BED COMPLETE

the Profits in Stark dinner on Sunday, for Mother's Thornton and children. Mr. and
Share -
Day, at the home of their son-in- Mrs. Robert Myrick and children, STANDARD SIZE

II law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sue Myrick, and Mr. and c % 39" WIDTH
Robert Barksdale and children in Mrs. B. M. McRae, all of Starke; : :- i .
Cloth.Plastic Headboard
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hughey and y
son, Marshall of Gainesville; Mr. le \
and Mrs. A. R. McRae and son, i'' r-
1. Innerspring Mattress
Buddy and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ,
PINE LEVEL McRae. 1 1. Matching; Box Spring
asked if he could
Mr. and Mrs. Benny MaRac He pulled off the highway
y 1. Harvard Metal Frame
and children of Brooker visited tale a little snooze. \,
FRIDAY, SATURDAY -. MAY 16, 17 his grandparents, the H. M. Mc- We pride ourselves that Phillips 66 Stations are y' with Roller Casters

Raes Saturday afternoon. first-rate service stations. We're even glad to 1. Bed Pillow.

F ALL r..r4., We had a good attendance at make them sleeping stations in an emergency.So
Fri. & Sot. lnmrvmrRvyyrmmBROOKER
Sunday School and church_.la6 I George tool his snooze. 74.95
::9 Sunday. Our pastor, Rev. W. E. Good thin he did because,dog-tired and drowsy, Regular

:. .... ONLY Hall brought the message at the he might lave fallen asleep at the wheel while,
morning and evening ,services.
Mrs. J. W. McRae and the H. By Barbara Sue Davis
l STOCK UPNOW M. McRaes visited Mr. and Mrs.T. This little incident suggests, in a small way, the ,. i
AAAA I. I.I.I.I.I.&I.IAA..a'During hospitable attitude of Phillips 66 Service men ,
N. Norman of Heilbronn secGAY'S '
:, I -- the morning services at generally. Ask any regular, patron of Phillips 66
the Brooker Baptist Church Sun- Stations and he'll tell you that Phillips Dealers go 1
day morning, corsages were givento out of their way to treat you and 64J
i "" the oldest mother and the your car right-perform many.a

Home ,AppliancesYour youngest mother attending. Mrs. service you wouldn't expect to t ,,. 'I.,
Henry Hodge was selected as the get elsewhere. '

Friendly oldest and Mrs. Pete Norton as Better yet, drive in and see for f Q/? BUY TWO AT THIS SPECIAL LOW PRICE AND'
the youngest mother present.We YOUl'5elfwbat "Hospitaiitv oa the V HAVE A MATCHING TWIN BED SET
Norge DealerS wish to congratulate Wilbur -
Highway" means.
r Barry who won a four year scholarship -

NQRGE APPLIANCES to the University of flor- JEROME JOHNS OIL CO., Distributor
OFF : ida. The scholarship was given by HART FURNITURE CO
J. \v. Kelly; MAYTAQ WASHERS, the Garr Woodlands Cooperation. Starke,' Fla.
The test was based on a per i'
COLEMAN HEATERS and sonal interview and a written. i PHONE 80 FLA. 1

FLOOR FURNACES examination. Wilbur was in competition -
at with 6 other Florida boys ,
-- -
We Service All MakesOf Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mott and

Appliances Rev. and Mrs. Byford King en- t
1894 joyed a party at Kingsley Beach i- ',rt FT

J Be. ,Sure t To Get. Your-;,.,ProfiT-Sharing r Coupons r t *Starke Phone Florida JIO given Department for the employees Store Sunday, Wilson's , ,.."" 4 ,' "): .. ": r -... ,. ..s ....

is Nal1on"
____ J afternoon. (I. tar Safety Mont
.r Mr. Ralph Mott of Silver
Springs, Maryland is visiting his FORD SUNLINER..1 .

mother, Mrs. S. M. Mott for a few America's glamorous,

I WHY PAY RENT? OWN YOUR OWN HOME days.Mr.. and Mrs. John Shaw of but-selling soft top {

Lacrosse visited o' the' A. J. Mannfamily Y
Sunday afternoon.We .
are happy to report little
ONLY Muriel 'Mann is home from the
I $5 DOWN hospital and doing fine. |' .

Rev. King was guest speaker} at
Dedan Baptist Church 'Sunday

I BUILDS THIS HOUSE ON YOUR LOT night.and Mr children and Mrs.of Gainesville Mike Tilghmaq visit- e

ed Mrs. S. M. Mctt Sunday after-
3- ',' .
jrhe "CAPRI" noon.Mrs.. R. F. Gaino is visiting '- t l

with the Ovid Gaino family aSwan \
Lake this week. \ N at .
: -
Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Addison :

and children of Jacksonville, Mr. ;
"CASH and Mrs. Pasco Mott and children -
jjEJIiI of Gainesville Mr. Ralph e
PRICE Mott of Silver Springs Maryland, .
and Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott
and children were luncheon guestsof

Mrs. Mao Mott Sunday. .

file Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fipps and ,. e
children of Jacksonville, and Mr. ,4
_ and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes 'and
children of Alachua, and Buddy
Thist Modern Two- edrtiom Home is Desi fined for Southern''Living. Three Jalousie! Stokes of Starke visited the H. E.

Windows and a Jalousie Door Among the Standard Features Offered in this Stokes family Sunday afternoon. .

Well Constructed Home. Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Mrs
Viola Gillis 'were the weekend .
Completely Finished Outside Doors, 26'-0 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewe; FORD SKYL1NER.World's ..- .
.. Stokes in : -
Jacksonville. 'WhIle
retractabla hardtop
Windows Screens etc.. 'and Two only ,
'0 there they attended church -at "', w: .'
the Zion Rest in *
Jacksonville. !
Coat of Paint. Partitions, Studdingand i Buddy Stokes of Starke I Mrs 1 -

Floors only on inside. :: "aNl WR 11 + t.00If H. E. Stokes and daughter, Ruby L t
attended church at Zion Rest
in Jacksonville Sunday.

World's Largest and 'g' N.ItI hair : Mr.attended children and Mrs.church and Woodrow Patricia at Pine Thomasand Thomas Level- Why;people -who love. cONVERTIBLES ID1yFOf!!) (

sresa. sOnly
Sunday night and were the din- -
llVINI RO011 fi'Gt1dOM' ner guests of Mr, and Mrs. E. C.
Best Builder of Shell l : Lewis in Starke. Ford lets you choose from a *teel-) p prices shows its America's lowest-priced:

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cullen 6 f convertible fabric-top: beauty.Who, ,,else convertible. As' for the Skyliner, it's the ACTION HSTTHf
'r Alachua and Mr. and Mrs. Jim- but Ford world's,largest con ertilile'Orld' only 2-in-l fine car .: a snug NAtiONAL OliN CHAMPIONS. (
mie Gay of Gainesville visited maker of could offer you two different steel-top and. 'a breezy convertible. Just I
; Wilbur Thcmas Sunday afte" kinds of convertibles.'There's'' the,fabric- touch button., .The all-steel to .vanishes

noon. top Ford Sunliner and the steel-top Ford into the rear deck and you're sitting FORD i
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Merchant Sk7- .They're styled and powered pretty in the smartest' convertible ever.
of Gainesville were the Saturday in the Thunderbird tradition.
if the
So sun-worshiping type
'and afternoon Mrs; R.dinner G.-Thomas.guests of Mr.. Nowhere eUe can YOll..!.red so,much earvertible *- see t your you're Ford Pealer and get all the reasons SWINE AND, SWIM s !

Homes"WALTER We are happy to hear that Mrs for so little money. Take the Ford why Ford outsells its nearest com 1

Marsha Kay [Hazen Herlong is Sunliner for example. A comparison of petitor iq convertibles by a whopping

the proud mother jof a baby boy; manufacturers'suggested retail delivered 2-to-l margin!
f born Saturday night in the Brad-
ford County Hospital.Mr. .
and Mrs'. James Sullivan .

and children visited Yrs: 6ul.
livan's mother last Sunday in Bell Andrews Motor Co.fT'

Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Bigham
CORPORATION Jr. and children and Mr.'and.Mri. .
Lloyd Wood and son, Craig visit-
", VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT ed Mr. and Mrs. W. E. -
,. Sr. in Lakeland Bighorn, '- MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FLA.
; ( over the weekend
G'ainesyilleKoW Palatka. .There will be a call meeting -.- "

; > 2'Box? 213-A P." tf.'>Box 782 night the Brooker May 16.Garden All Club. Friday:! : :. .\.. '.,'-.,

'fa. 1'J'War lCrne: I'and ruldin2587*Kincaid Roads '- Phone Ai:The East*iV 5-5971>> .. I urged. Mrs. to Eldon attend.Hardee members and children are .YCh ok you catfS-Check your drMngGE YCHECK I!- CI_--;ITT- -

.,'_. -- _...-..._ -. .. . .. __, ____.__ 0 ,_ _ of Starke Visited Mrs. Mattie.Bar- -..-. --- -- -- -'-



"yyyyyyy..yyyyyyyyyyyy Martin. May she have many more. and Mrs. Tom;Whaley .who.were ter had as Mother's day guests' son. David. guests of Mr.,and Mrs. Jim Rosier Freddy Moore of Atlanta. I. in Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. .
Milton Dukes of Charleston, S. seriously injured in an automobile Mrs. Walter Whitfelt of Cocoa! Mr. and Mrs. 'Johnny Jenkins and the Marvin Rosier family Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley and and Ifrs. h. M. Smith and
tt: NORTH SIDE C. is visiting the Ossie Norman' accident recently, came home and Mr.:and Mrs; Monroe Padgettof and family cf Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. Leon 'Brewer and family spent the weekend with family of Starke spent Sunday
\ family. from St. Vincents Hospital on Lake Wales.: I the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. family of Keystone Heights were Mr. and Mrs. John Huey in Or- with the Paul Bennett family.
By lira. Carl Brown Mrs. Patsy Sapp visited her Wednesday. Mr. Whaley's mother, Mrs. Jimmy Reed, Mrs. V, D. O. J. Anders: here Sunday for a visit with Mr. lando. Mrs: C. B. Strickland of Gaines
i i parents in Middleburg Thursday. '.will be staying with them for a Dickerscn and family of:lacksomvile I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton and Mrs.-A. J. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and ville was the Thursday overnight
AAAi&AAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAHope Let's remember to pray for Mr. few weeks. Miss Dorothy Whaleyis visited the Leon Wilkersons: visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mrs. Willie Dobbs and daugh- family visited Mrs. Clemmie Lee guest of her sister, Miss E'Tabeth'

everybody had a very enjoyable M. L.. :McDaniel. who is still in returning to her home in De- on Sunday. 1 Hamilton and daughter in Gain- ter, Mrs.. Dixon Thomas and Ui- in the home ot: Mrs. '1'. English Terry.ALVAREZ' .
Mothers"'.Day in spite of the hospital also for Mrs. Lynn, troit after a short visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and esville on Saturday evening ann Mr. and :Mrs. Horace Starling
the rain. Brother Gerald Suggs Mrs. Orene Cowart and all who Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman and Curtis and David Johns spent Mr and Mrs. O. J. Boyeite of and Mrs. Lucile Stouten and Established 1894 III
brought a wonderful Mothers' :I are ill or otherwise ask for our son, Mrs. Charles Mosley of Jack- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ciyoe Valdosta were weekend guests of daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. C. STORE !Men's\ Clothing J I
Day message Sunday morning. prayers. sonville, and Mrs. Leonard Nor- Griffith in Macclenny.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and R. Whitehead and daughters at
Beautiful corsages were given in Services of the week are: Sun- man of Highland visited Mr. and and Mrs. F., S. Campbell sons.Recent Kingsley Lake on Sunday after-
honor of'the oldest mother,' who day School. 10 a. m.. Morning Mrs. Vaughn Prescott on Satur- spent Sunday with 'the Sidney I guests of Mr. and Mrs. noon.Mr. 1
was Mrs. P, B. Johns the youngest Worship, at 11 a. m., Training day afternoon. Williamsons in Gainesville. Lee Green and daughters were and Mrs. Mitchell brown The perfect tribute to l

mother, Mrs. A. R.. Sapp,' and Union at 7 p. m., evening Wor- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Sunday guests of Mr. and ,Mrs.P. Mrs. C. E. Olson and Mrs. Juan- and sons spent from Friday untu a cherished memory .
to;the mother of the most chUdrm ship at 8 p. m., regular Prayer family and Bill Gaskins attended L. Dinkins were Mr. and Mrs; ita Overstreet and family of Jack- Sunday with Mr. and A1T3. Donald tEvery
Mrs. EVa Whitaker, who Service Wednesday at 8 p. m. We Home Coming Services at Hope Horace Cox and Miss Adel Din- sonville. Bennett in TitusviUe.
has ten wonderful children. The are studying in the Book of Re- Baptist Church, Theressa on Sun- kins of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.I Susie Prevatt's guests on Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Duke and funeral that we con 4, ,
corsages were given by our velations. Come, let us worship day morning. Due to weather conditions Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. Augu- Mother's day were Mr. and Mrs. sons of Starke had Sunday dIn- duct is a source of sustaining
Brotherhood.Mrs. and study together. Gerald Suggs, !I they returned home for stine, and Charles Dinkins of Rufus. Prevatt and daughter, and ner with the St. Clair Grilfls solace and spiritual inspira i (J Ilion
Carrie Norman and Mrs. pastor. the noon meal." Their guests Include Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bell and family. They all visited Harrison to the family. -, ,
Hill in the af-
Mosley Clay
Oscar Carter enjoyed Mothers'!I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hilliard Mr. and Mrs.Vemon, Silcox and family of Jacksonville. Mr. and ternoon.
Day and Homecoming at Hope HOMECOMING and daughter and Mrs. Baker of David of Starke were Sunday Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and children, Hundreds of details are managed and economically -
Oak Grove Baptist Church will of Mr. and Mrs. and Clyde Prevatt of Horace Redding and family of
Church Sunday. Valrica, Mrs. Susie Norman of evening guests Lawtey. attended to that only a trained and careful
hold Its Homecoming on Sunday, Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Cole- G. W. Roberts. Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson- Jacksonville, visited the Lewis organization can perform when the urgent need
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of
May 18, and all members former man Phillips of Waldo, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker ville was the Sunday guest of her Reddings on Sunday afternoon.
for is at hand.DeWITT .
Starke'were serving
dinner guests of the members, an'd'friends invited. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wilkerson In
are Mrs. Simeon Phillips and daughter and sons.of. Jacksonville broughtMrs. parents Mrs. H. C. Har- was
.A. R. Sapps Tuesday and supper After the sermon, dinner will be ; and Miss Debbie Phillips of A. H. Harley home on Sun- ley.Mrs. Jacksonville on Friday to see her C. JONES
guests of the O.
L. Sapps Sunday. served, and singing will be enjoyedin Palatka, James Phillips of Starke, day after she had spent two Bryant Reddish and Mrs. young daughter Rebecca who is
Miss Eva Clark of ,Lake City the afternoon."TAWTEY". Mrs. Wade Gaskins and granddaughter -! weeks with them and Mrs. Mattie J. O. Pons and children visited! staying with her grandparents, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
spent Dora the weekend with her aunt, : Jackie Gaskins of Heil- Miley. While in Jacksonville, Mrs. Mrs. Frank Dorman in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Yarbrough. PHONE" 7

Mr.Clark.and Mrs. George Winnasof bronn, Mrs. J. S. Norman, and I Harley attended the Piano' Recitalof ville on Saturday. Weekend guests of Mr. and We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept
Mrs. Oscar her daughter, Mrs. Nelsoa Terry Futch of Starke attended Mrs. Fred Moore were Mr. and
Fernandina Carter. ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, as
spent Saturday Among those attending Blocker at the Jacksonville Schoolof services at the First Baptist Mrs. Billy Torode and son of
night with Mrs. Winnas' daughter. at Long Branch Baptist Homecoming : Music. Church on'Sunday and was the Gainesville Mrs. S. D. Andrews ,payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation

Mrs. Jessie Scott. Church on Sunday were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fletcher of dinner guest of his mother, Mrs. and children of Wildwood, and carries no obligation.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and 87 MM. Joyce T. instalUUWN4rWWWUl1
.children Mrs. O. J. Anders and Billy, Mrs. St. Louis Mo. visited Mrs. Fletther's Joyce Futch.
spent Sunday with Mr. Hester Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd brother:and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leon' Sauls and
'and Mrs. A. W. Brown at the and Edwin last family and Mr. and 'Mrs.
.State Martin and son.. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Padgett Guy
Farm. Everett
and Burney
Futch and
Glenn Shuford and week. family were in Lock-
Gale Martin celebrated her 13th and Bill Burney of Jacksonvillewere P. Sheetz and family son, Mr.Rev.and E. Miss Enza Blanchard spent the loosa on Sunday for a visit with YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
anniversary Friday night here on Saturday to see Mrs.
Mrs. joe Anderson and weekend in Jacksonvile with her Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cassels and
with ice cream and cake at her Georgia Ann Sapp.Mothers' .
sister Miss Arthurine Blanchardand family.
George Prevatt and ,
family Mr.
nQJne. Enjoying the occasion with Day guests of Mr. and Miss Esther Mason. They Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkersonwere
and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson
her were her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt were Mr. and family, and the V. D. Dickinson brought her home on Sunday Friday overnight guests of TO THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH'SSMITHCORONA
Mrs. Carl
Thomas, Jimmy Martin.' Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and family of and family; after a sight seeing ,trip to St. Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Dickersonand
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin and Ocala, the L. H. Harper familyof Augustine.Mr. family in Jacksonville. Sun-
Mr. and
Whaley had
Karen and Randy Mrs. E. C. Kingsley Lake and Mrs. Truman as Sunday guests Mrs. Alice and Mrs. R., W. Sapp and day guests of the Wilkersons were

and Clark Mrs Mrs.: Carl Carrie Edwards Mr. Norman and sons Bobby and Austin, Alonzo and Huey Austin daughter and Mrs. Annie Stevensof Mr. and 'Mrs. D. J. Ballentine, PUZZLE PARTY
and children Reggie. of Daytona Beach. Jacksonville were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Norris and
Tommy Tyre and Frances We are glad to report that Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner had guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur daughter and Webb .Cannon of

a. as guests last week their son, Pearce. Jacksonville.Mr. AFTERNOON MAY 17 4 O'CLOCKDON'T
Wayne of Marianna, and Mr. Mrs. Glen Williamson and sons and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jack- SATURDAY ,
Turner's mother, Mrs. Cora L. of Gainesville spent from Thurs- sonville spent the weekend with
STORE HOURS Turner of Bonifay. Mrs. Turner day to Sunday with' her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. S.: Tanner.
7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY carried her mother-in-law to her Mr.and Mrs. Troy Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tucker
home on Saturday and remainedover The, Joe Shuford family of St. and son,_ Misses Delores McCaf-
THIS WEEKS until Sunday evening. Augustine were Sunday guests of frey and Shirley Tanner of Jack-
7:30 To Noon The E. C. Leavett family movedto Mrs. John Shuford and Dave. sonville were Sunday guests of e
the H. C. Wainwright rental Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Starling the Dave Tanners.
house from the J. B. Bradley spent the weekend at their Campin Mrs. Christobel Valenti Mr. and
house. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wil- the Scrub. Mrs. Nick Pope and daughter and I : I 11
kerson and family of Jackson- Ned and Irvin Privett and son Mrs. Robert Meyers and daughter -
ville, have moved into the Brad- of Jacksonville spent Sunday with of Jacksonville spent Sunday Ste"fr1
ley house, and Mr. and Mrs. Bar- the Melson Privetts. with Mrs. Mattie Carter.
ry Wilkerson are occupying the Mrs. Maxie Reddish and daughter Students of the 7th grade, with
Tex Wilson house. of Texas arrived this week fora their teacher, Miss Dorothy I b& &
Sunday guests of Mrs. Nellie visit with her parents Mr. and Swanbom and guests Mrs: Steve
Wilkerson were Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Mrs. Les McClellan.Mrs. Starling Jr. and Mrs. Louis Hin-
,1 my Batten and son of Jackson- J. O. Pons and family of son of Jacksonville enjoyed an "
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Manus Tallahassee were weekend guestsof outing at Strickland's Landing at I 4z' I --
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS Griffis and family of Palatka.Mr. her parents Mr. and :Mrs. Bry- Kingsley Lake on Saturday.
and Mrs. James Wilkersonand ant Reddish. Other guests of the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis and
family of Jacksonville Reddishes were Colson Mills Har- Gerald and Carl Whitfelt at-
were '
LEHI PORTLAND CEMENT weekend guests. of ,the Andrew ry Atkinson, and their son Ray of tended services at South Prong 1LoM'It
I Wilkersons Gainesville.Mrs Church on Sunday. T
: Selma Eunice had Misses Bettie and Gloria Craw- k 7_
Sunday of
Mr. and.Mrs
''Cash Warehouse J. E. Warren were Mr. and Mrs. Mother's day guests Mr. and Mrs. ford of Jacksonville spent the It tti;
1.37bag Marvin Warren and daughter of Joe Lane and family of Deland, weekend with their parents, Mr. '
Jacksonville, Mrs. Marvin Warren's Mr.and Mrs.. Harold Eunice and and Mrs. Jack Crawford.Mr. .
I mother, Mrs. Jim family, the ,Brad Nortons, and and Mrs..Burton Rosier and
Mr. and ,Mrs. J. S. Eunice and family of Palatka were Sunday
LEHI MASON'S MIX and sister, Miss Franges Pegrara "
of Stuart, and Mr and Mrs. Leslie.1 .

Bradley and daughter of Kingsley Sfiere .the :Profits in Star '
Cash Warehouse 1.25 Lake. ,
.. bag Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and .
David visited Mrs. Laura Colley
t In Starke on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
See Us For and Mrs. Albert Sappenfieldhave
leased the Trail Motel and
Complete Building Services .' Restaurant to Mr. and Mrs. L.
K. Guion of Atlanta, Ga. and

Paints; I' \ Roofing A are making their home tempor-
arily in Crescent City'where they

plan to begin construction on a FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 16,17
Tf' ,
Lumber J Materials
home for their son-in-law and

daughter, Judge and Mrs. G. K.
Masonry White on Crescent Lake. \ MISS THE FUN !
Products Water PumpsHardware Mrs. Becky Rosier, who makes 1'y OUR
her home with her son-in-law and IS
'* "' LawnMowers daughter Mr. and Mrs. Willie .
Reddish, is ill at this writing. We

pray fine little for a lady.speedy recovery for this t 1_ oj YOU MAY BE THE LUCKY WINNER!

Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tal-
lahassee was the weekend guest
of her family. She and Mrs. ) ) ON THESE
NO MONEY DOWN Futch visited Mr. and Mrs. G. FIRST PRIZE -
W. Durham in Jacksonville on
Saturday. SftopportunitySPECIALS

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosier (146.85) Silent Portable
Repair and family of Palatka visited his Smith-Corona Super
father, Mr. Britt Rosier and his

Add Rooms ... Carport ... brothers J. Q. Rosier during,was the in weekend.Macclennyon
Saturday son k BUY NOW !
Bat Room Edmond and family home with '
him for the weekend. Mr. and $35 Certificate $25 Certificate;
Mrs. Homer Hart ot Jacksonvillewere

TURES) Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.spent, J. Sunday C. Davis with of 17 Inch Used! V -

Paint -- New Roof the J. D. Clarkes. -- JO ADDITIONAL PRIZES --
Commodore Crews, of W. T.

(LABOR.AND MATERIALS) Edwards Hospital, Tallahassee. is 19995
Thursday with his family.
The Senior 4-HOirls. enjoyed a .
picnic at Stricklands' Landing on PLUS --

ESTIMATESCALL ,George Prescott came from the 39.95 .
Veterans Hospital in Lake City
and will visit the Lee Greens un- (Water Cooled Air) $10 Gift Certificates to First 100 Persona Entering Our Smith-
til Tuesday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Bobby Morris 15 Degrees Cooler See Them At SHEPHERD'S Corona Puzzle Contest. This Gift Certificate May Be AppliedOn
DAY OR NIGHT were in Jacksonville this weekendfor

a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. Get Ready For Summer Driving Purchase Of Any Smith-Corona Silent-Super, Sterling, Or
45 OR 333 L. Wells and Mrs. Alouise Morris.Mr. .
and Mrs. Floyd Martin and Portable.
son of Daytona Beach were week-

end guests of Mrs. Martin's mother CLEAR PLASTIC SEq
Mrs. Hester Hicks.

Carlton Craft and M. L Turner ReadyMadeInstalled t SEE DEMONSTRATION THE AMAZINGSMITHCORONA
STARKE were business visitors' to Bon :
ifay on Sunday.Mr. ,
and Mrs. Herbert Reddingand 19.95 eek" ELECTRIC, PORTABLE
family of Green Cove Springs Only
visited the Arthur Reddings on
SUPPLIES Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph came

Rudolph. D. C. is Prevatt visiting of his Washington. parents- EVERYONE INVITED .... JOIN THE FUN !

Mr: and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt. SHEPHERD'S RADIO '& 'TV
After 5 P.M. Call Eaton Jordan 340-W Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman and .
son were Sunday dinner guests of INMAN D. GREEN Owner
AT &.A.L DEPOT STARKE, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Starling in ; Bradford County Telegraph
Middleburg.Mrs. Phone 239 Starke, Fla.
Katie Padgett-and Mr. and -. .
Mrs. Harry Wilkerson.and dough: r .


r.- .t 'J'r.N'I! eBAJft) comn'Y'trr.'ImIAPB.' STAXKfi,-FLORIDA! THURSDAY MAY 15, 1353

"' -
rrY ,..YY. YYYYYTYY YYYYYYYYYY'YYY.YYY YY'TYYY.Yt grown-ups are welcome HAVE Rotarians Hear' Miss Nwbeck by the president, Mrs Harold ment Store, and Mr. and Mrs. thoughtful friends- during our be-1 i the beautiful flowers and other

FUN!II I, Rotarians>cf ,Keystone Heightsand Snellen. Mr. Loudon will teach Fredick M. Gage for their contribution reavemenL Our appreciation can.I kindnesses.Ed. R. CarsweU and I
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I Scouts Hare Overnight Trip their visitors had the privilege this class in the Interim of replac- toward the luncheon. not be adequately expressed for ( Mrs. Erline Bussey.

Wildcat and Stag Patrols of on Friday of hearing one of the .ing the regular teacher. Nine class The Lake Geneva McCrae I -- --- .
By Bin. J. Russell Young Troop 105 Boy Scouts of America Rotary exchange students from members were present and enjoyed Hcme Demonstration ,Club helda ,
.. . . . . . _. .. - enjoyed an overnight camp' at Norway. Miss Karl Norbeck a. refreshments served by the special meeting Monday moaning Share. tfte Profits in Stark
--- --- .-- ------ Camp Francis at Interlachen' an'In
IaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA The atudent at FSU. brought hostess.
at the, home of Mrs. E. H.
Scouts with then Scout'MasterMyron teresting and sparkling talk about Community Church I 1 11n
safety don't stand In boats or on Geneva, Plans I
MAKE IT SAFE! C. Prevatt and Assistant her; atiT8. Norway,. its customs: >.,On ,Tuesday evening the. an- for their part in the Clay County I
We are always happy when overload them, be sure you know Scout ''Masters Bill Reynolds Jb, and her impressions of America; nual meeting of the Church Wo Centennial Celebration ,,
how to control the motor. If your I and Perkins; left "oo were com- \ ,' W 'Y rF.,
Keystone The
vacation time brings our many exchange student program of men was held in Educational pleted.
Visitors back to Keystone Heights boat should overturn, hang on to Friday at 4:30: p. m. and returned the ,Rotary International is''a Building. ,Annual reports were
and surrounding lakes. We would Itl! Keep life preservers In your Saturday at 5:30: p.: m. Scouts great force for increasing ,understanding heard from officers and the six, A,float will be entered carryingout I

like to pass on some of the boat at all times. Children should who went on the trip were: Bobby between nations, and in Circle Chairmen.'New, officers the theme "Home, Demon-
Vacation Safety Suggestions wear them. Stay ashore after Redfearn, Eric 'Redfearn"", Ales hearing Miss Norbeck one Was I elected were as follows; Mrs. John stration Work Develops Homes,
which come from the National dark or during a storm. Livingston Tony Brault, Frank impressed with the really International -'. O. Hirable. president Miss Cleva Families And Communities" This
Safety Council-when driving, obey For water-skiing wear a life Nooneyi Bob Jackson,'Ernie Parker flavor of this organiza- Carson, first vice-president, Mrs. will display a Community Center FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 16,17
the. signs slow down for heavy preserver! tit !is'nt sissy!) It's Harold Snellen Jimmie Me- tion. Raymond Starnes second vice showing home furnishings, com-

traffic,' tad weather, and dusk common sense. The Volunteer Murtry, David Schaeffer, Johnnie! Centennial Queen Selected president. Mrs. Margaret Tracy, pleted during the past year. There
I Firemen know ,their lifesavingand Martin, Mike 'Zike Jimmie I will also be baked foods donatedto
and. darkness. I Fox. Miss Sonya Kenney of Green secretary, Mrs. W. J. Grolick New
At the lakes.know about the I resuscitation but let's hope On Wednesday night following I Cove?Springs 'was crowned Miss treasurer. the baked food booth.

depth of'the water where you they do not have to use it on the Scout meeting there will be: day .,County on Saturday night Following the election, of new

swim or go boating do not swimor YOU. a Charter review conducted. by; and will reign as queen of Centennial officers a gift was presented to SINGING CONVENTION I
go in a boat alonefor boating Remember to take a rest after Dutch Snyder of Palatka. _- I I I festivities May 1617. Miss the retiring president, Mrs. Sara The Bradford-Ciuon Singing, EMEftSONELCTRIC
eating, and give yourself some Tuberculosis Association Meets I I McDonald in appreciation for her Convention will tpeetsunday, May!
time before going in the water. Bert Stump President of the two years of service to the Church 13, with Oak Grove Baptist church

K.EYSTONE'JEWELERS Take your sun in very short Clay County Tuberculosis Association Miss Gail ,Gustafson, also of through the. Women's organi- for their: Homecoming. After din "FAN-THAT-TELIS"

doses, or you may have to spenc ,in speaking to a.:meet Green Cove Springs, was runner- zation. ner, there will be a program ot _

your vacation getting over a bad ing of the group in ,Keystone up. Judges chose two maids of: A candlelight service, recognize singing, and everyone interestedis
Expert Watch Repairing: case of sunburn. Heights on Tuesday .evening May honor Jrwn the.1'1' entrants. They ing the ,twenty new Circle mem- invited to be present and spend

Quality Line Jewelry The Rotary Swimming inStruct.. 6, stressed importance of educating were Miss Judy Sheldon and Miss bers and the .new ,officers was the day. ,, *

-Walter ]\!I. Muhlhofer ion and water safety program wU the public,' in matters of,. Judy Wells, both of Orange Park. conducted by Mrs., J.. .Russell

begin eaily in July. Children and public health, especially as relate All four will participate In thet.enJ)1aI.promm Young.. A complete ,circle ,was (CARD OF THANKS tells/
to tuberculosis with: formed,including all
particular next weekend present and
.. to turn
.. With
gratitude we extend -
: -4 ,emphasis on cooperating-with the Death Takes Father And as the candles were all lighted a .
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Mobile Unit for X-Ray examin Unele Of Local Resident consecration service was conducted. this word of thanks for the .1 on or oil
I acts of kindness
ations. The Mobile Unit will be Mr. John Schuffer'father. of ., closing with a prayer by the many and wordsof

OffersSERVICE in Keystone some time in Sep George Schaeffer of Keystone pastor >Rev. J, Russell .Young. sympathy expressed cy '
tember, the date to ,' The fellowship circle
be announced.The Heights passed away at his-home was completed Don't Forget the Fish Fry Friday -

attendance at Tuesday's in.St. Louis. Mo.,The funeral was with the'singing of "BlestBe Night May 16 at 6 p. m...at tells' you

For Your Banking. Needs meeting, was small, only three held on Thursday. On Friday the Tie That Binds. B. H. S. Stadium Proceeds for what it'sdoing

CHECKING ACCOUNT SAVINGS ACCOUNT Keystone 4 residents in attendance.It George',Schaeffer, an ,uncle, died ,A fellowship hour followed ,dur- New-Band'. Uniforms, Come'Y'all.. .,
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES is hoped that the meeting in in Chicago and was buried on. ing, which Mrs. Myron Prevail -
LOANS August will have a better attend Tuesday. Mr. Schaeffer attended :program chairman for the year,
'' ance.r, l" tht tunerat.servtces., I was hostess assisted by members
A' Bank in
Friendly a FriendlyCommunity
V Woman's Club Business : of the organization..
Two people will Meeting' .
l be designatedto -
Keystone Heights, Fla. make use of two scholarshipsin All members of the Keystone : The Family Night Supper heldon This new Emerson-Electric: 20",two-speed window

Member F.D.I.C. Public Health, a six weeks Relght.s..Woman's Club are urged Friday was attended by 95 duct OWE SHOWER? La has i thermostat that keeps an eye oa chi

Bourse being offered at the University to be present.for the annual ousi- members and ,their,,families..,Entertalament. HAVE ANOTHER/- temperature and automatically controls the fa.
of Florida this ne,sa meeting and election of officers and arrangementsfor ) SUJ2ELY COMES shuts it off when the temperature drops .
. Shore theJQ1I Profits in Sto ke Duplicate Bridge Winners summer,, on .Tuesday ,May 13 at the the supper were in charge of IN HANDY A turns it on when the temperature rises. The fan
The Clubhouse' The meeting will be- I the Nightengale Circle. Mrs. Rose- Is electrically-reversible to pull stale air out .

] / the Duplicate following B''dgcC1ub' winners reports in- gin at 2 p. m. and will be followed. mary Daurer conducted group t ASSpneRl pull fresh air in. Emerson-Elearic's exclusive

. last week's play; first place, Mrs, ,by a test'hour.! : games and the, ,small children l color pilot light system tells you at a glance {fuse
I The.recent drive,for adding to viewed moving picture of,a train ''''''''' how the fan is operating.,the speed and direction
Paley Boyd and Mrs. Allen Graham $ I
) A Blood Bank Is still incomplete ride .from PJacksonville to Wash / M of air fiow.
: second place Mrs E. T.
.c donors call ington. iD. C. and twomovies' of L ,'
responding to the for I Ulv
: 1 Menzen and Mrs. Carl Carne fan has deep-pitched blades dries
I volunteers being insufficient in animals. Bill Baker conducted This handsome
Duplicate invited to \'F
players are \
number to neatly ''increase our 'recreation ,for; the adults. ... by a powerful Emerson-Elearc! lifetime arotor.It's"hash.aeated"
the Monday evening sessions at
and designed for quiet, economi
Woman's bank balance. Those who are willing Kerr Notes PLUMBING 5'f E Y
, FRIDAY, FATURDAY MAY 16, 17 the Helihts.Club" ,building, in to contribute blood are askedtO Mrs, Ann James has returned AT ITS BEST : cal operation. Finished in beautiful

Keystone .. ,apply to__ th_ *. John____ Thomas from a three weeks visit top -ECONOMICAL"PRICES GUARANTEE Twwone Surftex Green with orfctlALV ;
Accountants' n ----- -
Regular 49.95 Meeting V blades and motor ia $ 95
. NO yUirt l morial,Blood Bank in Gainesville Atlanta.Mr. Aft
I, Attending the meeting in Colt, See Seafoam.Green. .,,...". ,...,po..ONLY &
!lo tufe rstN0IU1i111 umbra S. C. last week'were George and state the donation is and; Mrs..,Larry Walrath Us For Complete Job -"
for the Ke's" ne ,Heights bank.I were Keystone Heights visitors
NO t0 ry0M11 Clay Massa Electric and' Co-operative.E. :T. Martin of the The Annua' Garden Party-Sil- following a speaking engagement On FHA Title One Low Initial Cost...Low,Operating Cptf..,
r /5 Party Honors Recent Bride WI: Tea will f..e held at the homeOf of Mr. ;Walrath in Jacksonville, Loans STOP IN TODAY
Mrs. Frank Walrath HI was ,Mrs. );. F. Aiken on Tuesday when he, addressed the Bar As-
May 27.Church. sociation. The Walraths enjoyeda
i .honor guest at a tea on Satur NewsReligious fishing trip while here and on ... All Type Fans
i 39.95 day afternoon at .the Community ,
Church Parsonage with Mrs. Emphasis Sunday for Friday evening Mr. Walrath en-
. the military ,is! ,set for tertained several friends and
Mar1R Charles T. Smith and Mrs. J. Russell Plus Air
," ess Eldon Sapp Young as hostesses. Invitedfor May 18. Local Churches are requested members of the family at a steak 1s Conditioning

. ,to.give special recognition supper I '
. the affair were Mrs. Robert Of.military personnel In their services Major and Mrs. Ray Renfro and airs., C., II, QuickELECTRIC .
Fiertz, also a recent bride, Mrs.
CI by Inviting them to actively their children are occupying their
a Richard Hackman. Mrs.
, Robert participate or. in some other way new home, the former Fowler INKIER SERVICE
. w Randolph. Mrs. J,, L. Hetherirjg %
acknowledging. the responsibility hcme on Little Lake Keystone..
ton, Mrs. Don Morgan, Miss Barbara .
. of,, the churches to the religious Jkliss, Mary Ann ,Schaeffer was [) .
Southwell Mrs..
, John Rut* welfare, of those serving .in the the weekend guest of Miss Marian Phone 166 234 N,. Temple Ave. .
fins Mrs. Tom_Garner, Mrs. Gifford -
, Grange Mrs. Rosemary armed forces.. Robert E. Osman Bass on.STan Lake.Eulie.Rushtonspent. -
Chaplain in the weekend -
f Daurer. Miss Kay Walrath, Miss, charge of Religious
a Functions for the guest of his parents,
.. Agnes Watson, Miss Lane Jackson Armed Forces Day as : t'
Committee at the NAS Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Len Rushton. \
Miss Frances Reeves, Miss

,&. .w.rb.p" A Darlene Bastedo Campbell and Mrs. Frank Mrs. Cameron Walrath ville planS, ,.may,_, r be contacted, tor' _' and Mrs.'Garden Emery Club Cooper,,Centennial attendedthe D'OtTOfc HOSPITAL rot 300 West Call Street

St. Ann luncheon in, Green ,Cove Springs ,
:1i Episcopal Church ,
'4v Jr. Mrs. F. M. Walrath/Sr. pour- .t "
ed tea. The AuxJUiary meet-at the Church on Saturday. TJie luncheon foJtywed ,-
:VWr T b on Wednesday .the Centennial theme ana
Mrs C. L. Sipe Party Hostess morning, ;Mrs. \
Robert Baylor, .hostess. carried out the Idea of ,an old
Announces With Pride
I Mrs. C. L. Sipe entertainedwith An anctioawill 4heM.ln ',the fashioned..picnic,, costumes and ,,
a dessert-canasta party at store is member of -e
across from theBanner all..Mra.Cooper a ,.
; j
;her home on Wednesday afternoon Food Store cq May 24. Mrs. George the Founders Circle of the Green r ,

I. Phelps is the chairman, her Cove Springs Garden Club. Sixty ,
The Addition of ISOLETTE ROCKER To Our
Afternoon Party At The Lloyd'sA phone number is 4103. members attended the luncheon., an Modern

dessert-card party at the Rev. Allan Batt and his family PLEASE CALL. MARY.SCHA; .
home of Mrs. Harry Lloyd on were at Camp Weed last week jTfR MONDAY, MAY 19-Mary : Facilities
Thursday afternoon had as ,a surprise Rev. Mr. Batt having a part in! is writing the "column" for next .
feature the. celebraticp \of the leadership of the conference: week .in the absence of your cor-

(C. EIrod Furniture Co., the birthday, of Mrs' Jolu>}. ,.OlIimble. being held theme' .v I respondentHook .- ,e

High score'prize was won First BapMst ,' *, 'N UneLindsey
218 Temple Ave.Harry Starke, Fla. by Miss Ruth Ohlson and Igw Twq Sunday.School Classes held Walker reports thatHa.ro '
score by Mrs. J. H. Haberstroh. meetings last.week.,The Baraccas Kirby of Greenville, S. Cf i -a..

held their meeting Thursday night caught five nice .Bass .at Lake ...
it the Earl Bf1,home/with; eight Santa,Fe this past Monday. While s .
oresent. Mr. Brice. president of there Mr. Kirby saw another fisherman -
the class, conducted the business whose name he did not .
:f the evening and Mr. Loudoa get with five bass each' weighing a ..: r' a r t'
FREI spoke to the group on the en- over five ppunds. )

'argement program. The.lJon. M. The Lake Brooklyn Civic Club .!tft
L. Beasley ii teacher 6f the class. met last,Saturday; at nine o'clockat i
I' Mr. Elbert Altman and Mr. the ravine that runs between .:

Vaughn were selected as group Lake Brooklyn, and Lake Mag s
21" R.C.A. VICTOR ea'Ptai s. Refreshments were served nolia..Here, they worked with pick
by Mrs. Briee. and shovel clearing away the

COMPATIBLE COLOR TV At the Harriett Kelly Class overgrowth for,some three miles. .. 5 .a aajJ ? I

meeting-,held, eij Tuesday ,evening Special ,thanks goes to Meril Edwards .
254 SQ. INCH VIEWABLE PICTURE it the home of Mrs. Earnest DaVis -I of the Tom's Peanut Corp 1 iI
class business was conducted 1 pany of Starke, Ducky's DepartListen -
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- Dr. C. J. Houpt and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief demonstrate Isolette

Rocker with infant.

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t Y. etter Service to.the Community"Doctors
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a Hospital, owned and operated by Dr.-Calvin J. Houpt for the past

t. six and one-ha1f years, is equipped for all type cases medical, obstetrical -

., GRIFFIS'"Electric major and minor surgery. Doctors Hospital is equipped with the
,, jf most modern hospital equipment, the latest being an Isolette Rocker, the

i f Bill" t air-conditioned infant incubator designed to SAVE' TINY LIVES. The

< f., =si't of ;t Isolette. Rocker helps restore and maintain circulation and breathing in

newborn babies either full term who have
was paid for AprilEnEertasnmenbeonteat premature or respiratory
II difficulties. It is pneumatically operated and will provide any angle oft

Now Go-. rocking up to 20 degrees above and below horizontal at rates up to 20

rocks per minute. We invite you to see it in operation.
mg 'OnJ- Send hi Your PostCards'

COMPLETE WITH ANTENNA JNSTALLEU. : --Receive A Gala EveningFor t Doctors Hospital has 12 beds, four bassinetts complete laboratory and
'I> X-ray, diet kitchen and and minor The hos-
nursery, major surgery.
DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW! Tw1n Starke. Name The pital has'16 persons on the payroll at all times. This year, during Nation

June::14 1958 ,7:30 P.M. 5 Mystery Vocalists. al Hospital Week. May 11-17, four employees will 'be recognized and
To Be Given Away Saturday, awarded for over five years of service.


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age, 9:15: .a.m.- Morning Worship]j I!had as their guests over the_ weekend -'to attend this"'' program which; i Bell Frazier in charge,.at 4, p. m. 1- On last Thursday Mrs. Laura'' ports a total cf $241.30' pclltted

11; a.m. Congregational meeting their daughter. Mrs. E.vJ premises to be 'the treat'' of the' Missionary meeting will ba held Whitmore enjoyed a visit from 'iHe thanks all U'orkr3: schools!

for election of elders and deacons I Hodge and Mrs.'Martha Sue Russ commencement season. Watch at the church 6 p. m; evening I 'aer. sisters Mrs: Pauline: Mils and conttibuti.ns.

to follow. Youth Fellowships, b I I and their families, this paper announcement oJ I I worship. You are cordially invited : Ida Childs, Annie Miles and chil I Collections from the schools :areas

CHURCH NEWS pm. Evening Worship, "On Mars Sunday School: at 10 a. 'm.. other activities. C. C. Anderson, to attend all of the meetings. dren.'They came ,to spend the''dl.7\. ',' ''follows: RJE. E. Thompkins

Hill," 7:30 p.m. Worship at ,11 a. m., Training principal/S. Johnson, reporter. Music will be furnished' by the I with Maude E. Magee before her'I principal $72.90. Thurston Elementary !-

Tuesday-Starke Social Club, Union at 7 p. m., Evening! Service Church News children's choir under the direct- I departure for New York City. All:, Mrs. S. C. Price, principal -

7:30 p.m., Si. Edward Parish at ,8 p. m: We ,weIconean First Born Church ion of Sister N. L. Pullum.. I reported a very delightful day in' \' $23.85, Pleasant Grove Elementary -

t- Hall.The to join with uS. Rev,' .Orville, 'First. Bern Church, Elder F.Howard Sister Helen Smith Williams Starke. 1\ Mrs. M. E. Roberts,
pastor will be attending the: ,
Bed and
.. Brookins is our pastor. pastor. "Behold how good and Brother Bass are still rn the Report principal, $18.50
At The TabernacleThe Methodist Church Synod of Florida Church at Miami Springs Mr. and Mrs. E.. Z, Lee:held .a and how pleasant it is for brethren sick' list. Pl 'ase''l'meznber 'them 1 C. C. Anderson, chairman of Jr. High, C.. C, Anderson- principal -
Presbyterian Tuesday ,the annual Red Cross Drive re- $123.05.GOOD .
Mother's ,Day message by Sunday Church School for through Thursday. family reunion, at their home on to dwell' together in runty"Psalm with ycur prayers visits and do- ..
relatives were 133:1.: The Fellowship Union nations. This is our.first mission,
Sunday Many
Dr. Harry McGee at the Gospel all ages 9:45: a.m. Morning Warship the Profits in Starke'
present at the gathering. met at 3 p. m. on Sunday at ary duty Christians. : Share ..
Tabernacle last Sunday morningwas 11 a.m. A nursery is pip- HRVAY CHAPEL
Bethlehem Freewill Antioch Baptist. Church
preceded by 'a replies ":am- vided for parents with young ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pat O'Brien was the Sunday
II church Rev. L. McKay pastor, Antioch Baptist Church Rev.
uel's Mcther" by Mis. M"G.?. :a children and our Junior Church iis O. M. Osterae, Pastor guest of Cathy Padsstt.YYYYYVWV" ,
I I who preached out of his very soul George Lee ,pastor will hold: regular -
vocal duet by Jeannir K- ler pnl proving very interesting to young Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn ,
from I service Sunday starting
Norma Jean Moody:! and' ax !r.. I people between the ages of 16 ing Worship, '11 a. m.. Evangelistic VVTmtm Jphn 1:6. Everyone present on
enjoyed, spiritual feast. Service with Sunday School at 10.
strumental numter on ha'rpa'on? and 12. Come and join us ,in our Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday :
will be held at the church on Fri will furnish 'music j. under the direction
and each weekly prayer service. Invita- LAKE '
piano. worship Sunday GENEVA
1 I morning.
tion extended to day night and on Sunday'at 3:30 of O R. Shell, presidentG.
MYF, 615.: Evening Worsnjp, everyone.GRIFFIS :
The baptismal pool was used by by Blanche Cunningham I P. m. Sergeant Frieson will deliver Carter asks !all members; to be

the Christian' Church'!last Sunday: 7:30.On the address! Pastor' Howard present and in uniforms al Jl a.

afternoon with Rev. ,J. E. Sher- Wednesday evenings at 7:30 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFriends ,asks all members to attend the m. Evening service.]at 7 p. m. Dur- MAY 15 THRU MAY 24

we hold prayer ,meeting and tiitye Mr. : District 'Meeting in Jacksonville ing the summer months the services -
wcod officiating. Study, and everyone is invited to LOOPBy sympathize JI short SHOPPORTUN1TY SPECIALS
The ordinance of Austin and family,in the l>ss which begins on Tuesday May. 20. will be. planned very
baptism attend.
was < their loved one, Mrs. Bertie .In behalf of the church, your reporter -' for your comfort so please be on .
also administered by Dr. McGee Miss Cathrine ,PadgettAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAX Austin who recently passed away. wishes to thank all per time if you,wish to hear the' ser )

Sunday night. Presbyterian Church To know her was to love her and sons 'who took part in our' Ap- mon. Sis. Arata Williams; report Bamboo Louvered Doors.

Regular services are being held her sunny smile seemed to make preciation program recently, special er. Garden
throughout the week with Dr. Friday-Adult Choir; practice, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett the day brighter for each and thanks to Sister Gladys Spring Calvary Baptist Church $C.OO, Per Panel
7:30 pjn. Starke Community Day, visited Mrs. Padgett' parents, for the beautiful solo rendered: Calvary Baptist Church, Re\ Rakes
McGee bringing messages on Bible 8 p.m. > the Leslie Waters in Lake Butler everyone.. "A Good Mother To Pray For George Lee pastor' will'hold their

prophecy. Sunday Church School for all last Saturday.Miss Mrs; R. Forsythe Mrs. B. Carl Y u." The public is always welcome Installation service. next week beginning Wood

Joan Campenella of son, and Mrs. B. Cunninghamwere to attend the services and cn Monday night May 1.00

Graham, Miss Jean Endicott of business'visitors in Jackson program at First ."Borri.,The latch 19 with Rev,. S., W. Richardson, Sash Windows

FIRST BAPTIST ChurchStarke'Rev. Brooker and Miss Faye Johnson ville Monday. is on the outside, whosoever will, congregation and 'choir, Tuesday
2' X 3' 2!"
spent last Saturday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Easterly of let him enter. Sis S. Strong, re- May 20, Rev. E. D. Robinson,

Kingsley Beach. Jacksonville spent Mother's Day porter. congregation and choir Wed nes* Revere Ware: Pair

Lewis D. Haines; Pastor Mr. and Mrs. Harold Giiffls of I with Mrs. Easterly's mother, Mr Ebenezer Baptist Church day May 21 'Rev. S. White, congregation Dripolaters' '- 9.00 $375

Jefferson and Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham and family. and choir,
Court Streets In the Heart of Town Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.E. Thursday ., .2 ONLY) Roy Toiulinson
Arnold Griffis Sunday and had Also calling were Mr. and Mrs. R. .. D. Robinson, pastor. will hold May 22,Jlev. L. McKay, choir and t
Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum 130 home made ice cream. D. Cunningham of Keystone I service, all day" Sunday starting congregation. Friday 'Rev H. J.

Edward Green and Nolan Col- Heights, scn_ and daughter-in-law.! with Sunday School'at 9"a.. m. Blount, congregation and choir Portable Barbecue Grill 1.40
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.I7:30\ P.M. -
man were home this weekend on On Sunday ]at' 3. m. Rev. A.
Mr. 'C. W. Cuzzourt of Miami with Supt. Alvin Bryant in charge. p' ... ,. .
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:30: P.M. leave visiting with their parents spent Mother's, Day with his Sister Lcnnie Gibbs, president of Vinson, and j3ev'G. G. McArthurwill i : .L.,, 1' \ r

Mr. Ray Griffis and Curtis mother, Mrs. Gertrude Link here. the choir is out of the hospital have charge ..and'on'SundayMay Let: help?

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Jones and two others left Sunday. H. Sibley. former Starke resident and plans to be with' us Sunday. 25 Antioch and Calvary will us you G ;
en a business trip to Missouri.Mr. have charge.. The program'will
is a patient in Riverside Slie is I asking all choir membersto with all
A FRIENDLY 'WELCOME AWAITS YOU Arch Prevatt and son visit- Hospital of Jacksonville. Since hs? I be present Sunday morning begin at 8 p. nueach night: The your
\ ed Mr. and Mrs. Zinas Griffis and and on time. for 11 worship. general public is invited to attend 1 Y
retirement he and his wife'have "
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH also his home church Boatdrain the installation 'services giving Do -' It Yourself I T -
lived at McRae. He'was an employee Deacon and Mrs. Lonnie Cole- t
Sunday. hpnor to the, ne;v pastor[ Rev. .
of the Seaboard Airline;! man and family spent Mother'* J
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gainey Lee and officers for Calvary projects
Starke 4Includin"
railrcad at the depoj$ for Day in Ocala. visiting relatives
and son, Roger of Jacksonvilleand Baptist Church.: Rev. Clyde
many years and his 'many friends and friends. Other Mother's Day
Mr. Glen Prevail 'visited the will be sorry to hear, of,his jUnesp.! visitors to Lincoln City includedMr. Hankerson will serve as Master! : Y s- A
Madison Street Baptist Church Ralph Gainey family Sunday. Paul of Ceremonies on Sunday afternoon r0
and Mrs. Vashingtonand
L. Barbour is. patient in tneVeterans' '
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Visitors of the Pete Griffis Qtesa N. family who now live in DaytOna May 25 other guest mint HOME {

(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Streets) family on Sunday were Mr. and C. Hospital at Beach, and Mr. Roosevelt stern will include:: Rev.; James I : ADDITIONS,

Mrs. Ernest Noegel Mr. and Mrs. I Taylor and family. Ranell English, Murphy, Bright, Franklin, 'Crum. : CARPORTS
Ellie Sullivan, and. .Mrs. Mert Mr. Jim Austin is visiting his reporter. Collins, and ,.Mun; ord.' / .FENCES '
Priest. daughter, Mrs. Jean Johnson and Sixth Annual Session of the

I Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins I family t.hi Sanford, N. C.: J{|Church Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Women's Misionary'and Educa- PLAY ROOMSUTILITY

tional Convention Auxiliary to ROOMS
t%, VYYVYYYVVVVYYYYYYYVYYYYYyNEWS yyyyyyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyST Bethlehem Freewill Baptist I
the Mt. Siam Missionary Baptist
0b tj
r Church, Rev. L. McKay, pastor '
\ Bring Your Plans to Us.We'll .
4 OF INTERE TO COLORED'LDFORD Association, Rev_ G.: G. Mc 1
held service on Sunday starting '
be Glad to Help
Arthur Moderator, will convene
CITIZENS OF ERA COUNTY with Sunday School, Supt. S. W.
with Pleasant) Grove Baotist with Advice, Ideas, Materials
Newman in charge. At 3 p. m.
Church Key. tone Heights, May and Construction; t
By Ozora J. 'Shell 4 the church visited with First Bornin '
15 to 18. Mi Susle'rapp, president Did you sublease our new
$ 'I nst. Co.
Lincoln City, Elder F. Howard, byWarden, CQ '
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mary Arnold vicepresident.Sis. ,
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pastor. We had a wonderful time; :
School 9:45 A.m. P.M.: Gladys Foye'financial ecre-
Sunday Training Union 6:45 ..
Carnation Club meeting for'this academic year the spirit was with us and the One Year Warranty Guarantee On Our WorkmanshipAnd
Sis Laura Bennett, treasurer -
\ The Carnation Social Saving we are asking all,members; to attend program was successful spiritually tary : ; l\\ terials. Over 20 Years
Morning Worship 11 A.M. Evening Worship 8 P.M. 'j L. Jones, and M. Jackson Building Experience.
Club held Its eighth anniversaryon as business of- importancemust and financially. We raised
secretaries, R. Willis, missionary, .
Sunday at RJE. A large crowd be transacted in the interestof $35.00. At 7:30: p. m. the Home USE
enjoyed the program. Mrs. Louise the school for the summer and Mission presented a. wonderful .H. Schuman pianist: R. 'Duncan SPRINGTIME IS. PAINT

,Broxtcn served as mistress of the beginning of school in :Augu&t,.j Mother's5Day program. under the I.president of .matrons, M. H.:: Willis !\- J & J'sMODERNIZATION. ING AND RE-MODELING

tt3tr f > tu I ceremonies and was presented by ,The annual May Day festival wjr1be'held ', direction_ ot Sister Green.' ,. president Red Circle BandA M' .TIME.. r'

.. /, Mrs. "Wilhelmena' Brooks?:' Other 'on Wednesday'May"21 it} The 11 Can Circle' will meet' 'at Smith,--president.; Sunshine PLAN. r-' y
has been -
v participants included Principal 4 p. m. on the school campus. i the home of Sister Gladys Blye spicey program' planned

-o Eddie Thompkins, Joan Jenkins, 'Come out and enjoy an afternoonof ..i.on Saturday night at 8 p. m. for the entire { ssion.. Plan Easy Financing J&JQUALITY
to this conventionDon't .
Mary Alice Morris, Mesdam: An- fun and laughter!, plenty $9f(Visitors are always welcome. now
(k WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. nie Jane Dell, Pauline Marshall! good music and refreshment ; Ccme:out and enjoy a rich Bible forget the "Can Shower"for .NO; DOWN PAYMENT .
Florida Normal College. You
\ L. M. Royal, Enoch Allen E. R. Mrs. S. C. Price, principal, D. $.H discussion; Choir: 'rehearsal.Tues- & SERVICE
ii Shell The fashion show was directed Jackson, teacher, R. 'M.; Albert,,I jday- night, Prayer meeting each are asked to bring milk and F.H.A. Title 1 Loans or
i > Saturday afternon May
by Mrs. Grace Long, narrator reporter. I Wednesday night., Sis. Gladys peaches ABC Plan Loans .
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O. R. Shell. The members Anderson Junior High School 'Blye, reporter. 17.Visitors
CALLED A HOUSE OF From Tampa -/1'-:
and guests were presented by Come see, come hear the Adult! ;i I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church I II' .
PRAYER SAITH THE LORD ,' :., : .,._........;. .. .. .
President Corean McNeil. The Talent Show on Monday May }qi i I Allen Chapel A M. ;E, Church, ",., .IIII! .NP f"'ll''''''''''''-. Y.V'>>l- .x. ":' '4 -r r, I". .1I
the Saving I A. will I '1'. w"..."...... .......... .. "' ,. ._ :4' ,"t""J. .
guest prize was won by at 8 p. m. President Linwood Rev. L. Sampson, pastor ::: -' .t. '''<', "i'' ----'" '>>'""10 ,,"l ..
r rXd Club of Jacksonville. Mrs. Crawford has.just, returned,flOp: hold regular service'on Sunday

Sophia Royal was honored as Hollywood where he made:a.,successful -, starting with Sunday School at I" yOU'GET .. :- l
; J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor "Mother for this affair since she round-up of his talent. He 10; a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas ins A ----t

is the mother of the founder of will present some ,teenagers a ; charge. Morning service at 11 a. .r7 oMk
this club Mrs. Alma Royal and guest stars on ,the 'program.. The \., sermcn by the pastor 3 p. Iq.l .

t ." members. Pauline Marshall and general public is cordially i invite J]l A. C. E. League ', president Fannie : BIG BONUS

Corean McNeil.' Queen Esther I .
the Profits Star I If Green a member of the club is :
Store m
I deeply grateful to the club and Yllrii THE

I 1r I the friends shower for for all re-decorating gifts received her at A HOME YOIICAN AFFORD F. LM .ii; ".,r,"

I home which was recently destroyed ."
II II I I by fire. Gifts received were Custom Bullion Your Lot e r t -'- ... ..' _., 'ref kr

, lovely and very serviceable. She ... .;0
is still receiving gifts from friends!

and neighbors for which she \,
thanks each one. Mrs. R. B. Cohen r BETTER ltI !

reporter. Mrs. Corean Mc + 3' ff

FRIDAY, SATURDAY. MAY 16 '17 Neil, president. I n' 1r r .

i '. '. Operetta Tonight
The Primary Department of ; Y = Electricity farming'

SHOPPORTUNITY SPECIALS, RJE will have "The Children of .,- hard-wojrking, 'lwiie/l
Mother Goose" tonight In the s 4 hand,"cuts waste,
,Save Money on Initial Cost and Operation auditorium of RJE at 8 p. m Ii I / 1 : saves
fur L time, helps do
a you more
Denese Holmes will
Johnson play !
the. part of Mother Gocse. The work better. Put R d,41

Waldorf Gas Clothes Dryers 184.50 general public is invited to attend. '. Kilowatt to,work all,

The following teachers are assist t around the farm ajl
CHEAPER BUY % ing in this production: Mesdames:
TO 20 CHEAPER[ TO OPERATE I 1 r \ through the .
yeas t'
M. J. Lee. A. Chandler, I. C Jel-l
I I son A. G. Moffett, B. J. LennonJ eroor 1 I t and watch production
Standard 20 In. With IKOWAn
Trade-in F. Williams, music director. On and profits climb!
Pyrpfax{ Gas Range 79.95 IN ALL! EYIS HOMES; i .
.r an operetta in three acts will be I 1
presented by the intermediate de f '/ !r-'" + .e. .. r ,,, ', .".,,

partment. Eleven boys, twenty- A 5 Treated Sills and Floor Jqists, S .'
Standard 36 In. With Trade-in: six girls and a chorus will take All ,',_> ; tI.
On t ; ,
Double Framing Openihg
part in this production. The fairies *
Pyrof Gas Range 139.95DcLuxe are Velma Peek! Azalea Wilson Full 8-Foqt. Ceilings I.
Mary Alice Morris; Marigolds Solid Pier Blocks

Pauline Hark Florida Hudson. Top Quality Paint' ,..Choice, of' Colors. 1 .u I
30 In. With Trade-in Edith Gainey, Birdell Jones, Min- i g

nie Morris; ; sunflowers, Ida Mae Electricity turns housekeeping
Pyrofax Gas Range 239.95 Peterson, Josephine Sewell, Sylvia -- -. I ; I'
chores to hor:>>ernakipg cheers
Ford Norma Jean Clark. The No Down Payment #

production committee include: in kitchen, laundry ibath t'
Costumes, E. J. Givens, 1... M. everywhere in-your home. -

20 Gallon N 10 Year' 1 Royal, L'C. Jelson. M. L. Paul. ,Low Monthly; Payments Don't endure old-fashioned o I

E.W. Thompkins, M. F. Jenkins; .1 ,
Superior e Music M. J. White. F. Williams: IN STARKE AND VICJNITY) .. ,:methods>... enjoy. modern, r Q 'I.'

speaking part, J. D. Greene. Plan CALL OR:SEE SMITH DEVOE PHONE' 410-J efficient, q electric. ,serYJcc. The t

% new to attend this wonderful program 540 .,v. ADKINS STREET ,. 'cost is wonderfully low! : .

next Tuesday night starting ,' fp rt
Water Heater 59.95; PRICES at 8 p. m. RJE'Cafetorium. WILL. 'SEE YOU AT HOME, ANYTIME. i .... .. '-! ./
Thurston School News DAY OR NIGHT- f"/
The annual sermon of the i J
school will 'be held at E&ne CALL US COLLECT PALATKA EA 5.5317 --

Baptist Church Sunday May 18, FOR APPOINTMENfBe -
t Form fceffer. live; fce//er. .
CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS at 2:30: pm. The sermon will be

delivered by Rev. W. Richardson .
S. i /
pastor of Mt. Pisgah AME: Construction Co. 'Inc.;
and APPWCE CO. $
Church. You are cordially invitedto '"
attend this service. On :Mon- -\ J: i +.. '
Your Pyrof Gas Dealer day night May 19"the 'last PI'AI Open Dail1.t :Oq A-M To 5:00 P. L

meeting will be held at the Palatka Half ftlile'Wesf of l"Y"( at New"Palm Ave. fUll JlTJ I .

IJJ! S... Wafnu'iSt., Phone 301 The meeting will start at SChoo.1 Intersection fi./tri't "+ ; .
ra. with president Louiza ," -
in charge. Since this is the last 1 iJ

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&.......... jj..i.. michaei and family. Dellt''.! U.., d. ....... '.....i' _..c,... .Owner_ Taie.E Drserl_ ..U.a'T.. -I. . 14.nets.' : ri-l"-' Taxes .KTtf- >ti... -... T., *. ACM" I. "swage' '.. Tau.

:t. .. Lots 4.3 of J31k .i'- .
Monday guests of Mrs!: Tate :Si. Ft of W1l of .. Com. it-SE COT.of> .. tr .
e t : .
HEILBRONN Crcsby were Mr.' and Mrs. Eddie of NE14 of SD's'of r; irtx. It 1" ''''' .;; ., :Lof'II&-\Run'W': :,\. '. -r... I Glidjrs": Harrington; 41.34 t

N$s U I 22 -. ,160 Ft for a-PO B J ... .:.: :> t Lod1.. of :Blk'26'in .
Billiard and daughter .Gertie of Lot 4 & "7 of :BLK.3. Jos. 'l Thomati 4.59In Ren' :N: 137.51. W -'< -
: ;. .. .. L. T. & COS add CUdys! ..Harrington, 40.84EuJJfi'Ahnts
Valrico.: Mrs. Ethel Baker: of fowling Park t .' ". j tIO 'Ft.-S J,3'1 Ft'E Blk, 4 in Temples'

By tin. Harvey McCarthyifA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA SID EX: SLY U'.f .- t- .St'Fti'l'o.POJf'b.., ., "** : -; Add Ex. Lots 1, 2 ;
and Mrs. C. .
Plant City and Rev I ;
Lots 5 .t 7 of. BLK.; 'Eur7 F. StOkes ':b.Zl,: Town Of" Lawtry. ', I ;ie\ii.cliso1\ 8.02 & .3 of Bik 4 '" Jut

A..Crosby: of Penney Farms. 11 In'Ortg-. Town ?; ; 8 of, BY- .. : ? ..1 ._ t, .--.1: .
of Starke : .," ., .. Cpm ;At 'SW-corof .. .- ;" ,: ". &<<.' at N E Cor of .. .
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'HI neighbors, hope you have Keith Reddish and Bud Harley Lots'1.30fBLKU ..IoL.F..x ;..,.,. W:.'1', .1laishall' n.u. 'Bltlg ft- Run N :" ,. S l1'of! NEW run S, !, \ -

visited in Jacksonville Sunday W 25 Ft It ,'. '274 Ft. fora POB. ,. : W'35:! Ft S330 i' re"r,. -
been enjoying all the lovely May N RunWS0.'Y.1e2 .' :f Kf To POB then ..
EX 35 Ft. of .. .
afternoon. '. --l: t Ft E. 80.'Ft. *'. E 130 Ft. 50 -I-- \* i
MayIs i t .' ; ; J S
flowers blooming everywhere. Lot 1.1a. Ort&. ; 'f '
i. ; = ''t 'f. ii:.. To : W *\-c<.13f4, i t
Miss Marilyn Cox and her ; S 102 Ft; PO.B v. 130 Ft N 60
Town of Starke --
the month for flowers, that'strue I : i : rlaiTown: .of Law at ...., 29 1:2.; Lela .Blck1N. IS.n
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brother, Pearson from the University Lot ZO let >N; & 8 ,tarttRtch ;. c. .;11.4..9)[ .tey E of RY co..-... rt. Austin S.02 BFt.t'OFPOWB.of; .N : -
but this year we have had! By,50 Ft E a. w .. : .10.. ;"'' -
R E Cor. of WH of
Gainesville visited with Lntj3- ; sN.'UO .' .
sOme cool days and nights along In '}I.1'} Cnr. of Let, ; ti ..FtrtarT'owB- NEWT of .SEU of :
: :
with' March winds and April their parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L. 50tB1K1I In. :;. .. ..iLawtey ,E .of (Rt Lee 32.54 NEWT Run S 140 .*. -

Cox over the weekend. Ortr. Tori of ;. ,'.0; ", Lot"27, la .Tow* of Ft, W 100 Ft. To : ...
But I'm sure will Stark '. .J. kBaeixr 5.62It : '. '
showers. you La.wUy.E.or RY POB. S :200 Ft.W ;. ; # .
: F.'C.llollirsssworth .
UaE'30'n .ra.
.My husband sons and I were :
FVofLot .2G:! Ft. N 200 Ft.
after EH 'of.3U' ;
with me that the EP. t *:
agree Sunday guests of his mother of Lots 3,14 :- 39 In .T+'Wtr of '. E250:! ft to roB 29 1':2' Henry GrtfftsD 24.09
winter we have had we'll not or Blk. 22 In Ortl' : > Jo tae Sp'rmc Corn.- at NE CorofSUU '
at RT
IaawteyF >
Mrs. Leona McCarthy and his .. : :
Town of Starke \ ; -Ewtll: of NEU ft
complain about' Summer' being .a sister and her husband Mr. and Lots 1 It 2 of BLK 1 .' ., Leofi'. 'Dteand. !. -Olg. ), .... run'W 350 Ft. S ..... : ... '..' ,.
dJ.NrUs' '.. : -
In L a
little late. T COS SID fi : : pf 115FtforaPOB:
Mrs. John Stillwell In Fernandina EX RJW ,. ,' Thence S 50 Ft, E '
Demon L .
The ..Heilbronn Home :: t..Ulit LaWtey t .
KaH.tane: "
Beach. E.38 Ft of Lot 3'ot -"fJ. E of :RYr, : ISO Ft. N 50( -Ft. .
: '
Etratlon Club met.in the home 61 BLK 15 r. ; C.C. BDrla1 Est 17.09 W Ft 23 L. 1[. Catlia 35.48
In L T II t' A'W.-of RD on-8 ; 150 to roB 29 I
Mrs. R. L. Morgan WMU prest COS SID. : Lot'$5 -In .- .
Mrs. J..B. White Thursday after- Side : % > '
dent :announces a program and BLKs %S .& N% of 'Ltwch Tye .u.n' Lawtey'' : 1 SQ A In SE Cor : ;
I to I .52
noon with six members present. Lot !II is L Lat.-4l in EofsRT J?. J.9rntth", *; et NEU of NW U 29 I.. 22 1 AfieU'ft Griftis7' 17-03
business of the WMU' at T'r .
meeting ; ;
..1. of'RY' Lots- Thru 14 of ,
The devotional taken from CO'S' SID' -Lawtey 8.81
the church tonight at 7:30 'p. m. Lot2&E3Ft. of Unknown 11;.. W tX of'Ixt43Tln; e WU1 L. eAmelia :But 4-of E W .
Psalms. 19 Chapter was rendered ..? Hayes SID ft WH ". ..
Lot of LawuJ"J1: V
S of'BLK 36In Jown :. : ,- "
Everyone are invited to attend. .
Mrs: A. C. L. T. & :. :. .:.: ,r. '. RYLot. of 'Maple St. Adj.ft .
by -Mrs. J. B., White. An : COS SID :..; -r ,of :. ,' 'E "of Mag.nolla : I' "
important announcementto WIDICa.n'! U3 .
3. t'Of But 40 3.19 y. ,
Ellis; vice-president presided in .mrr1tlttles St. Adj. Ex : .
: ,
47fta.l f3 f .
..the farmers of In L.T..t COS .
our community ., SID. 'licit t133ea ti 11 64
.R/W. '
: -1JlfSot''fI'Unt1Ie- .
the absence of the Club president, : :4.$1 of.Lot 46 in Law- ..' .
is that L. R. [ITommie Morns of RT '. Lot 8 of Bile. 6 In '
] Lots 2o( Blk 4Iln Jackson Hicks, fey E' Hawkins 20.91 XoCleod 3.14Wits'
Mrs. E. L. Cox. She also read the ; : LincolnCity William
Lot 49 ft X 1/8 :o t '
wen known In COS + '
minutes of the' last meeting and produce buyer. Lots 3. S9of Lbt aID t .A4'e t.....J. e..W1lIwns, U4. I ..Lot 46' In .1 Lawte1 : '! '. In 'NW of 8-A Corot Tract > .t .,
has his office >
opened in Starke ,
-t E fRY
offered other very interesting C if BLK U In L -o "j":1:.. 1 i .'. Fannie-"Stewart S.S2 NE a ot NWU "

readings.. Anyone_ desiring_ ____ to n contact_ ______ _him_. T.CO'S, Add ." : :"_ tlq> :'l'cte1i" 1/3..n-and to the8 .-".,7. ,'''. 't'- .", 840' B ft W. 420 M,>.?'v (Jsir, it 1

please call 526. BLK i In ,Tem !'8. .un 205> Ft. ofx'Lo ieIn N fc-S 83 6 22: Hal. Benson Hacllton. 10.59
: -
Ross the demonstration ; Ex. Loti SE Cor. of
Miss presented 1. : Com at
E. L. Cox ,Otts SIP of '. : .
is still ill in the Brad- 3 QC. BLK/ .. i NEU Run W 210'
which was on..Program W56 to of Lot .lairtey. Sam Brawn '.53 POB Cont. .
ford 8 & to '
County Hospital let .. .
us re- j Eunice A1Ali'+ ,
Planning. Delicious refreshmentswere W 6G FL. of Ni of 1.23 Lots-iO. 11 "in'Offs %34' N !10'. E 234' i. .J.' .
member to pray in -his behalf. ::0-:
Lot-/ S 310' To POB Ex
of '
served the guests by the BLIt 11 ;S/D of L WUy: iolsco Everett 1109
1 .S.S7 W'Medlta:
J. 1..
Please feel free to with In 1eznple.: Add., t. .J R/W 34 S 22 .
worship -.l. .. U.U .N.a/4'.ot NEU. 2S .5 ,22 120 Lee. Kue 47.48 .
hostess. Next meeting will be in 'I. _i ; Sf '. ot- TheungGtoffe'S Blk. 3-18 Lots Ex E -
SH SEU of > .
Heilbronn Church at and all 4 : ") >
any :;
Eeg. at NQ Cor. of '' 41.C'1 Ft of 1. ;
Miss .
the home'of. Thursday Or
Ross js
SWI4.N. 6 22 20 {.pUfJunes 16.59 7. 9. 11. 13. 15. 4 1,1.Ih .
services you are always welcome. SE4! of NEV run 't M" E 3. 5. fir "
.. .Of
June 5.Don't. W .' ".. Vi'i'UlF. { } 17 ofBIkSxW
S .
Rev; Walter Lee pastor and Miss 330 SW", of. SEU ft ,
Lots -r,
83.33..Ft. of ; ,
forget State Council FL-to roB then E ," : !_ ;t'?:il:. _"" ':' >::" f. { tto t -w4 of J NW\:. "'..ofS3 .. 1&3&Blk.4Ex CTh .'II..n", I,
Meeting in Gainesville from July Jean Norman pianist. 130 Ft. N GO F' $, T.t ( :?:, ,!.. i !4 ofofssy-.S2 le ; 25 6 22 10 1fiY04 ?d 13:74: Lots 1 4' :u... .

George Huggins says: Crop POS ... 29 23 .. .., ?BBycille9't '...: H# : a In eSecurity 179a Loot/ ,F. Job.ru 13.09
21 to 25. .All ladies interested in ,. ..... l / ?.at ; .
conditions are good some wind }leg. 15.Ft W of NE : J s : IA in SE Cor. of .". ,
.. y E:M>of t .
the Club's work"are urged to attend '10 ;. "' '.' <( t WU-of NWU of. f '
Co of W .
iSf 29.44
.of NE Wii-ot Mfcof :
damage last week but If rain SWU 2 7 22:t 1 Ron l Criftto

the monthly meetings. moderately continues 4 of 'of NE. ..- ., -.c t, :.r.--, sE3:. t 250 5 23 15 Lizzie .W !Uav li Est: : 1LS1; N 3S2 Ft. of That r

The High School PTA will meet we can 71"run-i to Ft. __ :t' .;;.,4r".J. 1... 'l SW14" ,w.je Portion (4 Stt of f '
look for good growth. About time WI00 Ft to roB S . '.' 7. .8115 21 5 23 10 Robert White 6.02 PEU of SWU that :
In the Choral Room in Stark, %00FlW.20tt Lots O..l1.13 -5 23 I 1fm{ '; Smith 81.<9
Martin 19.96 'm
for field corn, some ready now N ZOO Ft E. UI ,' ..: .; s":,h 1.10, NW-.Cor_: :ofNQU ? .Mary. lies E.of Rd S 7 22 J J. N,
.' '
Tuesday night at 7:30 p. m. All rain has surely leached out some Ft NEPOBCor !O' .f U ; .. ? tT s Grttfls '11.is' Of,BE".;:ofNW3, 35 6 22 I Charlie'Iaf> THatniltoB 2.19 N% of NE>x Ex 4 i'.;stlut'r.'' : .

parents need to be present. of the initial fertilizer less Com. of .. ,13e... '' : : /4A. E of Dirt Rd :r. .

Mr. and Mrs. Warren (IScoblc] no SFIyj of NE4. I-: S of' of ft- W. of liD Rd 4 7 22 .7S ',\f"i; 87.71
than 100 lbs to 200 :N"JM : .' .' IS i U 6.11s5 .mn .: .' '
or up lbs of run W 350 FL, S. 18 !\elU. Davie .
Kelly and baby daughter of Pa- ammonia nitrate should 185 Ft for a POli .- .. ", t '.%_h:_. r .. l'iW.otSV .ot Com. At SE Cor of 7-'i. ";

latka visited with Mr. Kelly's be used. Thence s'5t-Ft;..: ? :; '> ;.,, ; b 1 22 10 Clarence W. 21.41 SWU of N EW; & '.. '.
I '
If you grow tobacco we have '150.Ft..N 0Ft.. .. i Sr, run N 460 Ft. for ;4i. ny. a14i.: ;
mother Mrs.,, Annie Kelly over for W. ; '. .'.. : ;'j' ,. i t;Tract In sicSchuler "'* ; A.PUB. run W 500 .,.. -.. ; ,'
of 15Q to ; .
one the POS U.
the weekend. you best picture Lots'4 & 'I of t 23 1. 3L a.tlbi. 5lt.. 01 Sts 4..Af SRry '1"t.N55Ft.E5001'OB '.1'

-- -- booklets you have ever seen. It B in Pinehurst II 030 ;Ft. SQ -\-' ,11" ,* 22 1 a -NtUe' Bobissoa ".05 Ft 3 U Ft to :;'. .'..\ :; ..',

My mother Mrs. Maude Mott pictures diseases insects SID Ida.... .. 'He. .. 'i.J.$. .' 1" Est. 6 2 23 1E ] "JrT'.ot.t.
is spending week her t and 1A' U' : of,. Wei ofNWof -h NEWT of SWU ft all ..
a with i SW'Cor.of ,
cured quantities of tobacco. Ask .. 4:'? .BLK'13 .l of : .. -a ,.". :; ,';. '" 811\6 18 6 23 4 Wilbur 1 ,.ter' '.13 %' of SEU of ''Iu'1I I 7""t

mother, Mrs. J. M. Fralick. and for it the next time in GlIk pt IR 'BeymohnCollitt' ,;4 t ,, 'J"lAt, in SE Cor 4f .; .4 SWU" N of Branch ,42i1t'
you are J\sAdd. .P.osler. NW i of SWUof 'i ft all NWU of SBU I'I' .
.. : :,
family of 'Provide c ., : .
1 SQ A t in SE Cord f n t'O.: .
our office. You might also look "f" ; EElbeml' 3i1''t.. WofRy&all Y.. .' '
Quests in the Henry Thornton's at of of. N51 of' NW.%' U 21 1 Ancil W;'qrffffa U' ''If. : n. e4'wbB SWU of SEW W .
one our farm record books Lots .. .
5 1 '
I t'ot ii- atlrancb
: E Being of Ry ft N cat : : J: :
home recently were Mr. and Mrs. even though its late BLK'C'of .EW. of'-NW '. 22
you can enter | % 1 : t 7

W. J. ,Thornton and family. of I I your records up-to-date. A of Hayes S/D'aW: % 7 oi.-.JY',".1'-_44':'- 1.. !. 'of SWf,. pf sF.14. 16 1 22 1 Ardtel l' "no..o' 'M.' "l.to Allot) N V ViE of SEU S3 .,!.J.-Fi-fittv4syjl.Jr.:..d, .,.', lOU

Maple 8t. adj. ;. : .- : :, .. eu owar4 of Ry ft EH of ''t r,"y
J Jacksonville on 'Thursday, and : complete record-at the end of'the E % of.Ua.cnQl" '1 Lot 330 Ft B::ft $. .". SWU of SEU Ex 1 c.: t ".

Mr., and, Mrs; Raymond Parker year will be mighty handy. St adj. Ex R/W' Jack Eiaa; c. f,n., 'W YUO.FtN.. I S '5-A & EL t.S .'..4i"J 's" ete;
Com at SW 'or'of .- to' .r. f_
sw Cbrtstltaa
and ; 0' .: : rr i'-H;' S-.in Cor:'dt ; : A : .
family Jacksonville spent Keep alert don't get careless in SW.ofNE4.4 "SE of NWi 22 L.' Borne/ 10.19 Dins "' a
p. .-, }i r ; 17 1 6 g.: ..6 7' 23 u JfJ1 '7orao+t "' 7.91
the weekend. looking for screw-worms. Let us ruB N ZU. .'. E W113; *''.NWr it pt' Con at NW Cor of f., .t. ..
330 Ft: S 28t.Ft. "NAWI : 11 6 22 13 jiooseyelt\ Tyson 20." E% of SWU o.f:0- .

Miss Joyce Morgan's weekend know if you have a'case. Every- W .3'8 Ft. to. FOB : Z3 .'U z. I4II. Greg, ; r 1Li' .sua 'of' SW.oW" NEU-ft run B 469 .-. ''i; !.'. "' t, I.

guest was Miss Jean. Cox of Jack- body has accepted this program Corn at l\E.Cor. ot .. .. NWU 13 4 22. 27 ;Leroy Dell 1,27'MS :Ft S 308 Ft W v" K'--
NWy of e:& n :ot iE : : : .Y 4UFt.NU5Ft .o.
SE\h ; % "; .
sdnvllle. keep us advised. :s 680''' W'' 16-, ". ; 3run :WN".SW .,;.t'i""' 11 23 7 Earthy 4HalT ,JtUI 13tiR POB { 'l' 23 I '\ 14'J...uh.' '.....1 ZI,"
eai -t ;; '. .1 ,,, .." : .fwRW ,
;Mrs. Freeman For FOB Cont. .Fi ..-1.. .. 3'r.. .. ; at a Pt. where
Crosby! and Keith May the good Lord watch over 105" ; 77$ ft 'of'SE ; of St RD .
S l0ii "tf. '
. Reddish 'visited in Jacksonville and protect each of you. .bye 73' to73Po8 n. .2...... .tWlU :Brow* k 4.55Corn. '- tOf.NWUaboutllOA.: :-EX.: :..\ :" I. 100 ft S DRY N f p'
/ ;: i.' ? ..> ,
ofNEU.'; of -
r ..Dn.l' : .
--1c :
.Friday with Mrs. Delories Car- now.NOTICE. 'NW1il1I'1. .t NE Cor/of .._.,,. ._. \t. .pjilib'riCeiKr- ti'I:..:. .4'a',-., t'{ .. INT.". run..N"M' a' .. .. f- .
'\ '9'o". : ; h- 11 .: 'I( LawSOQ' t.'J" : ; ; SWLY .228'. iELY tw't: tlfl'! .

k.315Ft:I -for". n. 9 .. .' I., =": .;i:1,;:
POB. .: ; _.Y.. : .:: 21 6 22 4> t1I,..W IIT: 1IJ9 Beerrat Int.-ef SLY :. F. ... .' .
t Notices hereby given that the following described lands win be W5.Ff.Srrj; .' i : ; 1SitCqr. "S.." \1- } R/W-of-Co GrRd !:..-n.:- = '. 'a' c
: FtE'nIFt.to W' :' iili f'I.LH. >> :t. 1'..' 'i:. ':to ..... ... .. ...
t of '.. -
I 'f"
,' LOt-B. fBIkD: { \ 4.EBDRYef: : ;
acid 'at'12:00 !
at public auction o'clock the 6th 4'
: noon on day of.June RAV.Qf RD200'NAlong : f' SaeAyuAcre s'-sro'. t JttfI1.: Oj.TfsD4t, I.ULOt..of. SWU of NEU. 'J 'L

AD.. .,,1958, ,.t the City Hall City of. Starke; County of Bradford. 163.4 Ft.'W.llt WHW Ft, .. ',AVJfr.. : XTV:V's.A:* .. io ; : -vAere.... B. ':i*'111 .Robert'. -Dell:: '. '.14 BDBT SLY. .,,of on.SWU ELY of _,". ,-' -S.c4t .'..... .

State- of Florida,,;, to.pay the alioint due. .for taxes herein'set opposite toppak H' 12 !3' 's l...TAcne'Byrne.. ,, *' a., 5.1:: .That P"'..Portions.of.:: . '1 '. '" .,'.1; ?,* NEU.' . COIU. no FtJ S from r "t' .. .
to the'pma,. together \\1th' all costs of such axle and adver- 4W-Cott lNlt" I v.k.-: .. ': -8WIot. .. J.N *,,(: ;':"\..... .XV"o .PAR.. 210'V. "
r. T. '1>1 :lt 3W.s'thltWortlon + a w'
of |W}} &run S .C : '.' Rd \ "'" if'l.J .
tising. :, .n ...L Sq.bt ,. .
210 Ft.-.B 420 Ft. ." BU.,...,\-N' of R 1 W ;"V''J'4v *'- IOBNBU 20 '7 23 1 F.-R'TUttW: 9C3
N 218 Ft W 428 6 i tbat.'lies.: tn ,NWu' ; .' j< of ''SWli t 20 t 22. 40 t-1&arimTrwby 81-14

.Dpsertptloa'I 8. T. K. ogres Owner Tries :Ft, to; Beg. 84 ( :::1. Z Vg cotFotth ....... { .ot 'NE : lIt:' :21! 8 23 1 George" Lf fs'CaKIR 9.81 ts'C ft: 13 S/D'of ,: '- ".. '..

Lot 3 :'of BLK. la Tax"CoU1eter ..A1WJ, of :Bit, 6S'of.R ire.. .. N% 'of" NEof ',"' '
CARL JOHNS 6 t: j' 4 W.fii f : : ... ; '
.Green Acres SID Thomas D. Hangen B..64 .t J Ctt7' of Starke.Flort4' : W.Dn"of'NE > "s '. '''' NWU EX Rd- .:' 29 J 22 2 CL tlg08. 4i '.U

NT75 Ft of SEU of ; y 1I..t.J one. 1 ; 1 Lot 52% Ft SQ in \ .A. .
NW> '. of Sh"iiletnpka SE Cori of''BIka1 t"1 V r'Wtlabts.Addi4 .
i Ex. About
I S Bufua/Kiisby> : 166,
,1 I 22 .
;'SID. : ,, '
IDA on E'E+td'to. . v SiOTfCB ,"r-".;... .K-'..'. ..',." .i. 1I4.bt.1n; ;BWCor /,: '. ."- 30. 2 22 pf.nn''Wi" > .' -t 13.24
ft ,
Covlngton Lawson .
iJd Of,B5S or'R3W1D '.. :., OJ. Crystal Lake.Homesltea .\, .
..EX. N .6AA. Notic* Is hertb 'JlnQ that the following .described lands will bJ (, lT : t.' .:. I ) ; : 'f. .,, .
BredT mj5l a 'beltf' \ of an Ir '
.EX. lA in 'SW public auction on the 30th day of May. 1958 at Starke, 1M County.of 132" E "ftt \ r
%Cor. 21 6 22 "' Annie Murray 6.59 ford State of Florida to pay the amount due for-tttR heteln set opp4 j !LP y'10q"NtSr .21 'II ..W.tC.c c'C l" .10." Cfl-tecorded. deed. ?> latm. I"'ftJ.llt> 1952
. > Lot' 22 on Uk > j1' ,
7' '
Lots ft 8 of lk and ;
6. tll together with al iuchsal advertising.
1)) costs of 1.:" CGm. :.SE ,!.Cor *f. .. .> 'oi'Xr1.L ., . view'of, Crystal .
2. In :. ".
Sunny Acres .. \ BI" 68D. I k' .'
SID Lois Ha'gan I.ZLot Dnrrl0tlsa :.: 8. T. B. AerfS '1.'''' l' -\I. : ... ;"' LakeHomesites'- ;
\OW*? ot ',Wrein p1H' 'f.. .'. ', 7.94
: Iff c. "1-,a3
.4 of Blk. 2 In de-Pd'dted .
.0; : Lotaa65 ,
Sunny 'Acres' Robert Dell 1.77I NEW of .i.Eyt Ex ..:&/ &114. runN....:to :r. ...:.. l ;.' 67 t
.S.I lle.pr..NE }.of &45-:4fenOakof wf'c.: .'
I Drauiag* Eas. .
Lots 7. ,.', &: 10 ofBlk. (, ; 1ut UIW 60 Alfred V.TEYeft\1 4Oaf} ,8W :-cell.' .N; I'i f : 'r. 1:;":.' .'.. Crystal Lake HomeSite )l p!:. JD rt'':-t 2581
.I In Soupy.. Lot Elk.0 JFtfor.POB,1'HttaN I,. t ',.: ., .. :r
of *
Alfred RNkr
Acres S/D ? :Barnes 3.97". E'"it fto JrtMTtt! : : Lot 49 ft 21 on Oak : .
,. 29 In Toga .. .
1 A in NE Cor of .. t I' 9; 4 I ,'w; i s .
1W1110tt': S J18 tt'w ors Crystal La t '..
: ,3.t. eHorrtesitea J
New'River ..11q
2H' 'JL 7aaldre3 'If" '
10 c .
a 12A tract of. land ':N .. of I 1 .
: .1.S0 Jt W" an
formerly.owned by : Lot 4 of IIlk.12' :.: '. !. ,_ IS I X>.5Dri >h'.V 2f 68 'Dfoed" I .
: 21 t Un-Kecorded WIL k 18.74
In ..Toat New .. :3- .. ., -. ,. 'it.ft.,' 8..10 : r..J..u-Lea.ch, 'wm ,. "r
'C'0' .
P. C. Goodwin toNU .. Lots 50 A "
52 Oak
""' .'f.jC .
River '
pf NBU of II it 1 U 3pasi. elrcU Est. H 1 I"---. of Crystal Lake -
: of S1f : '. 1711If e X" F 9' w.U 8.18 -. -. v' ',' ': '. ,
SW 4' lying N of : : ; 11 Qtr' Testa -s 11 t1ID.j 0:i'-: ..lJrif.RenQ1)' I mestleeof' an 'r'
U 6 11 "
Ada Mack Lot Minnie- Sanders 6.59 Lot 3 of lk'U' \ Unrecorded Deed JD.: 13.74
.... -Ex. ." 1ft: 1.11 t .2' 4lpgoR
.t. '1b.7'A $'lo1'e 1'>
of 19<< :; I 8/D' '* Lots 28 ft SO. on' .
SWU BLK 1 .s'r' .. ... In N-Reno U' 1& :. .
to .
of R 3 W TEMP ,; Ernett Edwards r t s .,...... r.; !r: .-h. Lot''Uof :BI.. 'I I'. 1LeW 1Lot. S Cypress of' Crystal '. j J. .r :"
S/D ; :1 6 22 S' Alt ft Man Barnes1; 1.05 4 Erb of'N'& of InGa.haJl'8IDr :Itobgt .} ; ;; Lake Homeeites of ".' t .. '
Lot 4 It Lot 5 .' -
; : I I An Unrecorded deed $ W. J4te 13.74
All W% of BUC S S ofLotl'.N _:; 8 of-"pktl.JD' -.1: 56 ,
!. .. ; Lot 34- on Cypress" :, .
E in .SID
S of R4W Gahagan 3i ; 2,34Lot
'It of hat 'I, I. AToi
I. "- a ue '
y t
"f .to. cf protal Lake -7.t :
of W of 'R
line NEUof : } .
11 I. I ifat I31g01rp'Entt$ 116.31Lots : .
SWU Temples '. ." .1\. Homeeites! of' an i '
21 i 22 6 8l1sfe.. : 1 ,of BIt 2.f; i 11 on-recorded deed C.cott"" r- 7.94
SID Rufui Rigsby Uf I.. 2, 10. 11of ". Gabagao '., Leffflon' :
Blk. 1 toWard --c- : SID. *r.- > Lots 39 ft 41 : Com. 8E Cor of W4 City H. Parker 5052 : Lots"8; I. ,10..otv.mk: uuam weey 1.11 on .
3 I 10 .O. .1ancAtagan JI) 1' .. .. Cypress of Crystal 4',
ofBLK I S of JT.
One Lot 60 n. N 'p. .'
." Lake Homesites of
R S W TEMP SID & 's bJ 180 Ft..F3 ..u'.t: : .'I't'U.,9.. of.;.Bl15-a. 'f:. ..... .
an.un-recorded deed f JtonsJd AL GrtffU 18.74
&- loot 1 ;
ft Run N to S W In SW Cor. ;" : + Cohear 1.81 Lou 49 & 51 on .

of line SW's of NEU Cont of N .' '. 'f I of A:SEY SQ In of SW SW V eor: I I It I A....'. ..IGtt 4n ..au 3 of l'Gahagan.ot Blk:.S/D 3 la* '17U11'-"ticn'" ; sLot 5.U Laka Cypress Homesites of Crystal of ..:..:'''''.. ; r...:,

US Ft. for POB ._ .: of SW>* of'NWN . v Cahagan' .S/D' .. : an un-recorded deed tlamlta W. later 13.74

run E 60 Ft.N. J ; of.Rd "W of i: 1'.1tt ; Lot 19 et'Blk SID a, ;."la.Cahagan '.:. i ..:.Wflliaia. ,w"Parkw S445amp Lata.ii-," 58 on i 'toJ"li'rsiy I

971FLw101 ,,; Ditch 1 Jt.t.: Te tstOlit UI ; Cypress of "
4 Ii t M Crystal '; .j .
l'SW .
NW Cor; .
PUS 114H Ft. '. W un z/S Ft: ot Com.= at tpOBN ."' ''. 'i. : ,j :.. Lake Homesites of* .'1""I' :' '
:N 130 ft,. W 59 ft '. E'i of NW -' : '... e t ; % 'of"6SRTjf. : :; an unrecorded deed '1. '..11.Clare .; 13.74
." '' k ,. .-IZi.--, :n. 1 .c Bon358. Ft.=*5. .. . .
.J' "
: NEi r <*? .. Lots 40 "CZ
8 :' All.W on'
to. POB > D. DriscoU 14.23co % of ,, ,loa 'FtBO :',' ,.,.. '. .r
Mrs. James Leach of SW N ot Rlv. i Cypress of Crystal .
: r-v?. .. '. 'Ft. S 100.T-g' : Na1.RUttaana'W L' 2.12 Lake Homesites ;' ;. '.
Lot 3 of BLK 20 In er Ex Z A To Cta1"t wtElec. roB ''. 22 6 22 of ;
N Reno IS L. C. Clemo ...n 60 Ft to anun-recorded deed !.;.Clark 13.74
S/D '
/ Sally p. W1lUams 1.'Z'l ; n t sa Be 'iit .SWk; 1 : rr r'r
Lots BLK 2t of N of .' .
7 of Ei4 % SElt'. NWof'SW .t6. "t'w Lots/&a v
in Reno Of 1\"W 7 It ':11 "414qsw4 I.',: '; tt. 66 -OBCypress .. -' ;r' :' 0' I V.
N S/D WUlle Mu Powell %.55 %, IS at "' Run E along U.Sec. ; > 1 to':f" -" J i t"
Lot 5 of BLK ",' r,4 Undivided Int. In" .. of Crystal %> .
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SID Saul Hankel'llOQ 2.U foe POB. N0" : l' 'C.StwaJrt
7 13.74Iaot
Lon & $ of BLK 24 : AU.'SEofSW4 -=-. = -. Ft, a 68 Ft,: S '. :'.' ""f- '. '" an.na.of-recL.rkeded- deed V.' ;. ,.
In N-Reno S/D ; Lonnie P'loeer0 1.12 E of Hard na.4'' 28/..Ft toi. See.. ..... Wh : Bedford ,-
: :' Shores J .DUoB.EaeoB Jr. 2S.1S
Lot 5 rof BLK 'I AU SE of SW,% : tf ,
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.Line W along !, : ; ;. jo Lot' 5 of 'Blk. 'D, & 7- .
In Cabagan SID. : ... Robert Lee 1.11 W of BU4Rd Et See,. 'Llne,5O Ft.. I. r-'LM1a3i--oII(: 9.12 120Int In' Tract 1 ; -

Lot 'S of BLK 1 In that port N of OR -H. -Walnwrtght' To'POB -4' 22 22 ...-. ."..' ". ,. of' E of Bedford.Oak8 S/D ita.WtI'.I WlMham ..n
Rd and ex, W tSEft 25 6 It n W.', .11.11. .
Gahagan S/D Coutf at'.NW Cor.:of,: E% of Lot 10 ft Lot "r.
Ex K/W. Aaron HoIlt1 "'I'. t.n of SW4 ft. .. ti .
W% of SEl4 'ot' aia14 : SWU 11 .of BlkA Mt ..i
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Lot 3 of BLK 2
: U II at Buck Jones .. ".7' i run8214ftElOft / "' Pleasant SID 13 SEVi 23 H11tn .1fU. ft: 40.76
Gahagan S/D Levy Lennon 1.1'1 Beg: at-mt. \bt CRa-, for POE run S ,'". r : I ,JlanQa..ICQ41i1D{ .
Lou 8. 9. It of BLK bLake Shores': 100 ft'E 259 ft' N..100ft .:; '.Ty nvEt-aJ. : 18.85ft .ot Lot .Blk: C rt .0:. .

2 in Gahagan S/D WOllam. Wl'Sley ',31 N Line ,. : W 25S fUe' .. Jit Pleasant.S/D, Tbotnas'B'Drags 8.87
of SWU
Lot 19 23 of.BLK 2&LotllofBLKS 21 0 23 ... .
... POB.1.: Tract 1..B Jit .3 i .
of NEU. SLY'I. ,
t > .lt.: .
., : + : Wfl4 etNWt .. .. Pleasant SID ft 1- .
long Lake 105 Ft :0; .
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of Gahagan SID : s lump Cohen 3.12 ELY, Par, with N, .' .: ... '' .; : -. : :. NE4 'all .ot -" '" Let In 'SB!: Corr1 ,+.k.\ tr '
Lot of BLK 3 in .' I 'W'N. of NW; '
10 Line \ SHU"of. being ,, .
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of SW '
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Gahagan S/D WillIe Green 1.11 .. ..t t' t, .' of'R4 A '>N% of "J t .,' \.' : 711.10' NiS by 5. S.- t.cU.
NEVI 210 ft: Nix,. ; .' .5 "! .- .' E&W R: $ Jr. 16.37
Lot 11 of BLK 3 In' e NIH.: 4 114 itl'Un a.er
105 Ft N line
: to WtLof SWM-ot Com at'' NB eor'of :' .
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Gahagan 8/D ; WiUlam W. Parker 1... of of ND 'J' : JJ.:
Begat SWCor.. of W SWU to POB 31 f ..211' Unton.D7. Oama' 17.95 'NIN'N of Rd 24 i 22 8S LocBe 'C.:t Cook .. 43,34, SWU! run 8, :to', \" ''+Ok3. .

NWU of.SW!i ft Beg At NE Cor.;ofNEU ',' E 57 Ft. of W%"of, f 'V !i' for .POB Cont. 8HO' (

run E along U eec t .. I of 'WU'\ '. ..r of. NEU'. of 2EU. W 440' N 100'
Line 5SO Ft. 'for, ; E \ of NE'4 2S I U' Joe .E.- Them itIt *4S E !40' to POB 18 8 It .Paul F.'$ lttnsn 21.98
Run 6WLY
I"POB. 3JS\i .
.. N., 200 FtE LOt' 1N<4.of> ,
Ft. for POll ; '
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60 VI.; S 209 Ft.to : ., Lot .
; SWLY. 210 Ft.- W I. 121.10Lot.1 SW.U: ran S no'.1 .. '.
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Walone ,. ,
Sea Line .
210 Ft.'l\ELT 210 ft 7 of.Blk, .. -, For 'FOB Cont.- : 7::. 't.
U See..line f t''t. .. Ft ELY Ill: Ft i'.5 'L Park ;. S 60 W440' N5 rE440' :04.): c. ;, '
60 Ft to POB U'2 I Leyy Lennon l.li To POB IS' SIIt t Jln.'E .tt.Uorpa .i. .11.17 In ) w% : ; 22.46
f' SID Ex' & 14' EurJ'. 1'.. !Btoxe 11.17 To POB 13 I 22 Vary- E.81ma!
Com.: at NW Cor of ? t ,. : y v EST.. ; ,' *. ... -'. f Et-AJ'"
of Blk 13la
SWU of SW'r. I Lot In 'NE 1.'Cot. .': C Lota'S'.T. .Orif. Town Stark f. JJfrs.'wT.: !' 149.97, S 74' 'of. N. tfi" of. : '-. -.
t' Of Lot 17 "' -' .. Far t. .
runS310Ft.E. !: ; being ''i' 3. of Blk.1 -> NWU of SEU ; 1

100 Ft for a POB I. _:. : ., 361.5', SQ In .Wood- : 'Lets". E.W,25.J'ta; F'1" ... .. n' ; : ELY. 275' and ..Ex .. "' ; ,
Run S 100 Ft. B : ( lawn 18 I' I N.-IL; SUrli&t 82.74 t 1 fit Lot- I' ,"- RIW' 11"2 LGgj Co Ferrri 13.74
259 Ft, N HO Ft. j'; ( .. -" ''' -.' ,'". "'tSW v of .' 'if) .4 '". NOO'ofWl/fol : < I

W. 253 Ft To POB 22 I 22 \ t\ Ltanle..Tysfn-tt- et al 3.14 of Lot'li 'ia : : .; In Orig.35owu' : ", ." : Carl- RJtt1a' 82.02'. of Nil of NEUCora'at 24 S 22 1i8ltti '3t'I''f1
Corn at NW'Cor of ;I ',' >,... -. Woodlawnt & itLots In. C rlWa :.o.:1t'1Ua.. !' US ;.Etarte- l.V--. ...- SE Cor of t"'1 j :: :. C
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SW'i! of SW% ,* 1 Lot J8 Fts 'N & ,' V t' '
run E CIO Ft. 8 \;- In Lawtey Vf of! Ry ,. Nettle a>!ffl4tl Ut. bjo.S..n.A . ;.-. :. For POR. N iRS'. ', "
8% of 8U,' 15-Ja '\.. _:-. '*.:'- [. i s .
110 Ft. for POB. \ ti' : p f w la NE COL 'of' .'i I W55'. :8124r.SELY t ; -*
Lawn W of Ry- .. : Geom'P.Y1tt4i "Ml.Hirtjr. :'t'J <* tV; ;
run W5 Ft. ,S Let & of Bike IS tat 13.6.E 18.5. j
lOa Ft. ESOFL Com. at- a Point at mi& Towa"' ; otf I$ .. : To. POB It. 22 \ XerstafiTflerTtcM. I.t.

N 100 ft TO .FOB cU'' 1 22 Sallie A< JoeWlilbms 4.7- Cor. of St St & .r. ..}t Stark r'; !'.' C.:Ucfll. >lg9w arth 83.19 Com 'at" SE Cor of' rw.. ?*, .: '
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Lake Ave.: ft Oa '. i'.t: .;." '::1, .: r.- CatLeoa'Dtea'ndi NEU run W523.5 ''' 's '... 1.
.. W Side 'of 8l St, ; '.ps. ;. E Jvt.of' Lota 'I,. ; : . NWLY '188.5' for ...
RunN 2/ Ft. W. : = -,., ., +'of Sift 22 to OrlgfTowv '- POB N1U5'. WLY'c _ten

GaL 70 FtS.'U Ft B .,1. ;.,' of. : Stark '. *' 199.33 N Line 55. SLT ;a' 'I.'. ;
One:Qt. or Free with Every One You Buy. 70 Ft PAR with :. .':, ;:. J ::T..._ E38.-Ft 'of 'lot S t' .. -". 1100' SELY 10S' to' 1. "! '.
i Lake Aveto POS' ( : :- t 24 S 22 'G-U' 944
Because We ,Eliminate The Middle Mans Profit., Blt-lf- si. POB .t
W RY : 1Piiff0''l elw li.tt I' ) oc1Z: Tiaoa 29.44' .N n 'i',
.' of ., .: .: SJD } S 264 Ft Of 411 :YCr Si ; .
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EERY Lot" 9'' in Town ox" ,. rya ,.: ;.. WY.tJtt.Lots" t'' .. .'... C '' \ ..i
of SW
Latex SWU
R oJ- $C.98 ? ::1 otBlk 27' br', J. .T..t. % of' :!; :.i.J If" .
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.Vp, c a1 d Lot 2 In Blk U. In :-,'. -: : .- :, i in IndUa .
L, InLawtey B of li' e ; .:. : ; i Lata' ...' .t. of"Bk.Ct.1IA.L1 .' :; !". *'* f 'Hao Goodtit 101.71J.

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