Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01499
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 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: UF00027795:01499
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R ,.. % _o+ They Fed The MultitudeA

,- .' .- : motley band of "sad sacks" and baked beans, and a constant Club sponsors of the event, were
: r paraded through Starke last Friday stream of hushpuppies. delighted with the response of

r r afternoon, stressing, its need When things quieted down enough the public, but announced that

for nice, new uniforms. to tally up the profits, another $500 will be needed to

if : The'erstwhile .nattily clad Bandmaster Elden Mathews an- make 'a down payment on new
Bradford High School Band nounced that the fish fry and red and gray uniforms to replace

r x, a k : s w marched down Call Street dressed. auction of odd articles had netted the eight-year-old red and unite
in discarded 'potato sacks and the band a neat $500 to swell its outfits. New uniforms will cost:

plastered with signs beseeching a funds for new uniforms. around $3.600, to be paid in three

TL ? s c 4r. Ji ; it; r sympathetic public to "Replace After the multitude was fed, installments.
: Sacks "
by Eating Fish Tcnight. Speaker of the House Doyle E. Hushpuppies for the affair were
Apparently, it pays to adver- Conner served as auctioneer to
tise, and the public responded in "knock down" any and every provided by the Dixie Lily Milling

a big way, turning out several thing he could get his hands on Co. who not only donated ingred-

hundred strong a few hours later for this worthwhile cause, includ- ients, but also sent along a couple

t IiiA at the high school stadium to ing a trio of unhappylockingbilly of employees to do the cooking.

consume some 400 pounds cf fried goats.Members. Members of the Band Parents

fish wash tubs full of cole slaw, of the Band Parents group fried the fish.

.r A rHf KJp At Spring Term j I',''Effective I July 1

$ r, Circuit Court j Chief Resigns;

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BHS Band Dons Sackcloth (No Ashes) To Plug Need For New Uniforms Without TrialThere ax K To Fill VacancyStarke

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will be no trials at this I"""';::' police chief W. E. Thorn
Spring Term of Circuit Court. ton submitted his written resigna-

Everyone to be tried pleaded guilty tion to the City Council Tuesday:

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH with the exception cf Sherman night, which was accepted. Alter

Griffis, charged with possessionof the effective date of July 1, he

a moonshine still, whose case wiir be eligible for retirement under

will probably come up next term the citl Sicial Secunty provision -

provided he maintains his in- .
Official County Publication Established In 1879 nocence. Mayor Billy Jackson submitted

Statistics Lcr'des recommendations for changes m
unavailable to
prove it, but nobody quizzed on the police department, including
the subject could remember when r sppointmg assistant chief B. c

Fleeing %Wife Active Fight \ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Graham Revival I no cases were tried during a termof I Hcltzendorf as acting chief. Ashley
SENIORS SLATE Berry ,court in this ,county. Brown as assistantchief. and Carl

Set By SPOA CLASS NITE FUN Nets Confession Twenty people were ordered to ]Harry Elrod Jr.Elected Fillyaw as sergeant., Councilman
Billy Noegel objected to the Fill
appear before the !court
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Seeks.Arrest. On Gov't. HousingA From Brooker Man Stay High h h'As entered Pre-sentence pleas of guilty. J yaw temporary recommendation appointment but okayeda for W

were District
BHS '958 !' days. This proposal died for lack
ordered by Judge George Patten
: To Evade Spouse petition opposing any govern; Edward Bryant Castelen of Season Wanes/ for the following cases: Earl E. of a second. Mayor Jackson then

ment housing program for Starke Brooker, wanted by the FBI on a Strickland for breaking and entering asked for approval of all appointments -

will be circulated members of charge of skipping bail prior to Oscar R, Estes and Jimmy Lions GovernorHarry except that of sergeant

Domestic difficulty landed two the Starke Property Owners As- The Senior class' of BHS will arraignment on a charge of interstate I Bradford County strawberry Starling for larceny of a cow, whichilr be left open until next
hold its. Class Night Friday, May i transportation of a bad meeting. This 'was granted.A .
Mlddleburg residents in Mayor'sCourtMondayon growers have already grossed Wade Bryant for assault with
; traffic violation sociation for presentation to the 23, at 8 pm. in the elementary check, 'gave himself up last week I I more than $70.000'from a short i intent to commit murder, Frank Elrod, Jr. was elected new set of police regulationswas

charges. City Council at an early date. cafetorium. after making a confession at a crop this season as prices held Alford Sweat, Ford Manning, Governor cf this district of Lions approved by the councilmen.

Plans for this initial step in a The graduates will present a Billy Graham revival in San I firm at a 25-cent average fluting! ]Robert Parnell Tyson, Jr. and International at their annual con- A request was granted to ex-
Mrs. Mamie Johns Green -
to combat federal'low short skit featuring the Class Francisco. the first three tend power lines and water pipes
campaign weeks of May, ]Elmo Hampton for possession of vention in Sarasota last week-
pleaded guilty'to a charge. of.run- rent housing here were perfectedat Prophecy, Class History, and the Castelen alias James T. Makey, after a drop to around 11 cents in i moonshine stills. I: end. Being unopposed, he was assured I 1000 feet beyond the city limitson

ning three stop signs and explained a meeting of the newly reactivated M Class Will. failed to appear in U. S. District late ApriL Carlie Mobley was sentenced to I of victory E. Call St. to take care of resI-

that: ,she ,wanted to, be SPOA at Nollman's Special awards to the Seniors Court in Jacksonville July 31,' In the period May 1-20 the 1 two years in prison for possessionof I Mr. Elrod, the youngest district dential lots being offered for sale
Colonial Inn last Friday night. will be made, aiuTthe Valedictorian 1956 Joseph Warren requested sewage
arrested because her husband, and his $300 bond was for- Starke market handled 64.272 < a still. governor ever to hold that officein
Willie W. H. Nollman, temporary and SalutatoHan .will be announced feited with another bond being pints of iberries with a price range The $15,000 civil suit, Lillian the state, was also named water, power, and paving on W
Green, after her with
was ,
chairman of the group, termed the at pus.time. set at $750.After from 21 to 32 cents per pint. The I Harris, and Arthur O. Harris vs. chairman of the board of five Pratt St for a new housing de-

a'gun..,'The car .in which. Green Public Housing Authority, now \The program will 'be concluded Castelen attended the average price was 25 and a quarter Samuel Rosenberg was settled Florida governors who head thestate's 'I! velopment. Considering the extreme

was riding ,was driven by Callas under consideration by the ,City with, the 'dedication of the-- lU5/s- / Billy Graham revival l at the Cow cents, with :an',estimated 'return out of court for reported $4,250 11.000 members. He will I expense involved, but interested

Elmo Cercy, piso'of Middleburg. Council "Communistic." and said annual, "'The'ornaclo," Palace 'in San Francisco he confessed -I to growers of $16,228.68.! according 'to attorney Walter a. serve in both .capacities for a., council.took.the in housing facilities under., the advisement
Shots wer0ytixed..during.he the proposition should be, turned ,Admission is ;ireef jjid"the'put." )- to one of Graham's' as- ''Volume 'w s" light this week ,Arnold .of>.;.Jacks +njille,, The, suit term:of one year. ,until next meeting'.
pursuit;but charges'on i that count down by the'"CoUncil. It was':also Jc is invited. '* istants who accompanied him to with only 97, crates handled at, the grew cut of injuries received in '
In July Elrod will attend ,the ,H. A. Bishop Jr. asked that limited -
were dropped because It was not stated that the purpose of the (Seats will,be, reserved for mem- San Mateo police. Jacksonville market Tuesday. Some growers. an automobile accident in Starke. International Lions convention in be authorized
proved that ,the, shots were fired act is "slum clearance," but that bers of the Senior Class.ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. FBI bureau was notified of the Sly that the plants seem to be Wallace B.: Gray, Jr. was placedon Chicago.Dr. : parking used in
of the
within the city. there are no "slums in Starke to surrender last Friday. putting on another crop of fruit, five-year probation and ordered front Jackson-Bishop
and Mrs. S. R. Marco and lot across S. Walnut from
clean up"Attending and that yield might step to pay $75'restitution within
Amount of the check involvedwas ) up again
Mrs."Green paid a' fine of $36 4 Mr. the Jefferson St.
and Mrs. C. W. Colson accompanied Setzer's end on
owners of rental $33.40 and was alledged to unless adverse weather conditions, 30 days for, rObbery:
and Cercy who pleaded not guiltyto I Local Mines Mr. and Mrs. Elrod to ,side of Starke Telephone Co. to
units in the low range bracket have been transported from such as heavy rain, should inter Annie Mae Green, charged with
reckless driving, was found said that many tenants who use Evansville, Ind. to Jacksonville, vene. desertion and non-support, was Sarasota where they stayed at' discourage all-day parking. It
I 15-minute
the Lido' Biltmore Club.s was decided to
guilty 'and fined $37. The husband I them "do not'deserve anything Are Featured Green ,beans are beginning to deferred sentence provided sheet !
I I in light volume the a job and help support her The 2.200 delegates in attendance larking signs by the telephonebuilding
expressed thanks to the pOlice better" as they "tear up everything appear on aid bill and
Jaycee-C C to payers
/ three children. were treated to a complete
they can." In Magazine Starke market with ,around ;300/
what, he said; was authorizedin
for helping{ prevent ene-hour parking
hampers handled there during the Willie Turner, charged with performance featuring top
might,have been a tragedy. Low-rent housing, according to front of the car lot to help
Highland entertainers from
and Bros.
The Trail Ridge Planning GroupTo past few days. non-support and aggravated assault Ringling ,
Another' disagreement ended the, association spokesmen, would ilmenite mine are featured in Corn and will not be was given a suspended one- i Barnum and Bailey and the Ed prevent obstructing the- view of

peacefully when 'two negroes such bring embarrassing situations, the current issue of "Better Living -|I Confer In JaxA ready for the pepper market for another year sentence provided he pay Sullivan TV show. displayed automobiles.
as forced integration and
Willie E. John and Robert Thomas almost free ." employee magazine of the two or three weeks.Crippled $15 a week support. A pre-sen- The Lions Foundation for the Due to complaints, recently installed -
both pleaded guilty' to fight- housing for -prison E. I. duPcnt de Memours & Co. tence investigation was ordered Blind'was approved at the convention parking meters were ordered -
ing, paid fines of $27 each then widows, or wives of state prisoners published in Wilmington, Del. joint committee of Jaycees into the. other charge. opening the way for the taken down and 15-minute
shook hands and declared "no in Raifcrd. and parolees, or and Chamber of Commerce directors Children front of
erected in
those The article is entitled "Big Willie Williams, charged with organization to purchase mobile parking signs
prisoners released who stay will be in Jacksonville
hard feelings. here. Switch to duPont" and describesthe non-support, was ordered to pay eye testing units to travel the Ii the Community State Bank for

Those not appearing ,in ,court I new job relationship entered Saturday morning to confer with Will Attend $7.50 support a week or serve one state wherever they are needed. the convenience of its customers.

and forfeiting bond were; J. 'C.' Elaborating on one aspect of upon by some 300 employees when Ed Fletcher, secretary of the year- in prison. Following the exciting three-I This prompted a request by the
1 Jacksonville C of C and James
the ,
project Lex Green, local at-
Williams, charged with fighting duPont took over operation! of the Friday Clinic Prosecuting attorney Mack day event the local Lions trudged mayor for twelve more 15-minute
Mooney, state of
torney and former representative
I Ccngressman, local mines earlier this year. The Futch was granted a request of wearily home to rest up for the ,parking signs.Permission .
with bond of $27 posted, Granvel Isaid that if the the U. S. Chamber of Commerce.
government provides Nclle was granted to
plants had previously been run Prosque hi the case of Wil- 1959 state convention! to be held
l Harris 'also 'fighting, bond $37 the money the contract will for, duPont by Humphreys Gold Purpose of the conference, Registration will begin at Sa liam Barton and Leroy Willis on in Jacksonville i Lacey Conway to erect a revival
state that Negroes and whites which will tak place at AreaC ,m. Friday morning for the an- I west
of tent onscnool property lying
and Saul Chimpson.' no drivers Corporation under a ten-year a charge grand larceny, mean-
must live "side by side". of C offices at 604 Hogan Street nual Bradford County CrippledChildren's
license, bond $;7, contract 'that expired this year. ing that he did not wish to prose- Sportsmen InvitedTo of the high school athletic field
Nollman will be to discuss plans and get Clinic in the Health I traffic
commented that "the the cute. < I and to maintain one-way
the "In their new relationship suggestions for an expanded pro- Department building .on churen Public of the revival for three
more government owns, the James Bennett Altman. charged MeetingAt each night
"these 300 people
Wins magazine said.
Mrs.-Thomas gram for the local C of C and street.
closer we are to communism"Mayor I received full credit for their services Jaycees. with murder and previously maintaining Lake CityAn weeks beginning June 8 from
The clinic is being conducted St. to Brownlee Rd. on
Contest i his
Typewriter Billy Jackson was of the I with Humphreys at this site innocence, changedhis
Representing the C of C on the under the auspices of the Florida St.
opinion that the councilman and were immediately acceptedas plea to guilty and was sen-, open meeting designed to
Given By TelegraphMrs. would not adopt such a plan! participants in DuPont's bene- joint committee are: J. R. Bull- Crippled Children's Commission, 'tenced to life imprisonment before inform the public of proposed City Clerk Carl Johns suggested -
ington, T. H. Slade H. E. Dayton American Legion Post 56, and the court that the city registration
Herbert Thomas was the without a complete ,investigation.: fit program. convened. rules and regulations, and to ob-
E. L.
Guy Andrews Anns of the biggest part of
Rotary the Starke'RotaryClub. books opened
Smith-Corna Sile':1tSuper | The association decided to have groups of veniremen were tain the sportsmen's opinion as
winner of the "The Florida employees were and Carl Johns. ,
-p1r4 I the year so that more people
'portable' typewriter given a delegation at the Council meet told that the program represents. called, but were not needed to to desired changes will be held inL'the I
Jaycee members Johnny The'visiting staff will include could register. As it now stan.1s.the ,
are form
either grand
away by the 'Bradford County ing this week. as well as the June Du Pont's effort to help its people three from a jury or a :' Blanche Hotel Lake City, on
Kopelousos, C. J. McGriff Jr., orthopedic surgeons books are open only one
petit jury so they'wer dismissedand I I
last Saturday afternoon. 3 meeting when a government meet emergencies'and streng- Jacksonville i Wednesday, May 28, at 2 p. m.,
Jack Hodge, Sam Zack Bill Til- a pediatrician, plas- court ,was recessed i month out of each year. Mr
winner $35 representative is slated to be on then the security and future' of tic | sponsored by the Game & Fresh
Second prize a ley and JamesEvergreen Temple .. surgeon, a physiotherapist, Johns and City Attorney Arch
certificate, was Mrs. T. A; Yawn, hand to discuss the housing plan. their families. In scope and scale, representatives of a brace and Water Fish Commission.All I j Thomas, Jr. were directed to look

and third prize, a $25 certificate, The nexj association meeting the Du Pont program is as broad Church shoe company, and from the Flor- C of C DirectorsTo interested persons and organizations into this proposal.

went to Mary E. Olmsted. was set for May 27 at Lex Green's and generous as any in U. S. In- ida Vocational Rehabilitation (Ser Meet Monday are invited to attend i Mayer Jackson said that there

'The 'following persons were office. dustry," the article.said.. Plans HomecomingEvergreen vice. They will be assisted by and' submit recommendations as have been reports of faulty gas

'-. awarded .58 Shopportunlty Da.ys The story was{,,accompanied bya the' staff of the Bradford County The regular Board of Directors to hunting and fishing rules and connections in the city and the

,' coupons each wh cjh may be had BANK HOLIDAYThe five-page layout of photographs Baptist Church of Health Department arid volunteer meeting' of the Chamber of Commerce regulations.The council decided to enforce an existing -

i by' calling 'at,The'Telegraph office Community State Bank ot I showing scenes of the ilmenite Lawtey will hold their annual workers. will be held in the officeat official rules and regula- I code requirng permits andI

: Arlene Masters, Billy Bryant 'Starke and the Florida Bank at mines and also pictures of various Homecoming Sunday, June 1. The clinic is free of,charge and 1:15: p. m.'Monday. A programof tions will be adopted at a statewide I inspection by the city plumbing

,F: E. Wells Ronald Wiggins*. Starke will not be open for business employees in their homes in the Lunch will be served at noon 'on any child under 21 with a crippling work'and activities of the Re- public meeting of the Commission inspector of aft gas installation;

,Airs' Zelle Hurst, and Beatrice S. on Friday, May 30, Memorial Starke and Keystone Heights the grounds, with singing in the condition is eligible for ex- tail Merchants Association will in July,'the exact date The recreation committee is to
Farbeiv : Day, a.legal holiday in Florida. areas. afternoon. 'Everyone is welcome.Lookin amination. be topics for discussion. I to be announced later. I (Continued on Page 51


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A new ppr, acheto, 'education 'Mrs. Lucille Payne's third grade.
Is,shaping up- at the, Starke Elementary class has taken a deep interest in ki kt-1
School. The students science, learning as much as possible F ; 1 Ju 3rF

are n6w\making things and doing fiom textbooks, library .h fi'r".nyA # i

actual'nPeriments as well as receiving books and other cutside materiaL .
*'""book learning." A work table with all necessary

The plan; 'concluding its first tools was made and several interesting ?

year cf ,op\ration, appears to be projects developed ,includ- 4'1 .
working ''dell. 'ing a ,generator an electro- 'R r T4
'Dur1n'gth pre-school-plan- magnet and several clever demonstrations sit t

ning session Jn 'August. 1956 the of magnetic power and

faculty .decided to' do an evaluation uses.Magnetism .r. f f

of the school's Instructional: appears. to be a .
program." An "extension course" favorite of Mrs. Payne's children
University of Floridawas and they )have taken an interestin Showing off their magnetic experiments are [I-rl] Wayne Wynn
from the worldsof : over recent science projects are [I-rJ Lee Darby, Betsy Gathered around the science work table are [11-rl Maxell Eerier,, John Right, Ronnie Dyal Marion
set ''for study in reading, the subject and gained Barton Yirgfe Fipps, Linda Edwards -
up Matthews, Brtnda'Clark. Brian Erwin. Doyle Thomas Jackie Campbell Annette Padgett, Sandra Magyar, Margie Dowlinf,; ,
science, 'music and the: library valuable information from CarolfJ1Rhoden, and Joan Crawford! with intern Sirs. Tom Myers, who assisted

and audio-visual area. _, their experiments. Dale Crosby, and their 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Lucille Payne. Robert.Griffis, Buddy Garbett, and Philip Lyons with many of the projects>w' _'- -. ... J .



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. :r 1 I' I i I1AMELS REVIVAL :once each week for four cO *'t'c..th.. f tifirates for a tax deed to be issuedthereon. I I .
reeks In I the Bradford County Tele- inch certificate"" certl-
The: certificate: numbers Unless or
Dr. E. J. Daniels of Orlandowill'
l.- T fctrtl'tl. .lid of the 'thou Wvredte'med according
edit9rial )'ears Issuance + ficatee. -
I- Farmer's Diary speak'over \VRGIl-Kadi6 this .Dated this 5 day of May 1959.OFFICIAL tin! of the property, apd dt'scrJP'1 I toU W'.tl* property: described
i .f Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock (" SEAL) in which Is was assessed are as in ..such'Certificate: 'or certificateswill
CHAiL ::S A. 1MRPY.Clerk follows: bea.ld to .Ihe birbc U'bidder
"h, I i Ry Sara McCarrfT from the First Baptist Church of of the Circuit Court. Certificate No. 46. Year of Issuance at the ourt house dour fco toe first
Starke. By Marian]. Crosby 1)t'PU1YleI'1\: 1956. Monday In Month'of dune; 19.5,
i-8 4t iNOTICE -;:: Description,, of Property: Blocks ::Sand wbidu-ls the -lafun."isis! .
Get Ready For The 'Boom' The noted evangelist will conduct J6 in Livingston, Truby & Listedthis :> daytp f. Apal 19.5
f r Well George Kopelousos got out a three week tent revival be- TO'LdFEDII : Co. Subdivision. (OFFICIAL SEAL) -
in 'Starfng's patch and he i pickeda Circuit Court Bradford t'oantj, Name In which assessed: JL K. Charles A. Darby. Clerk I of
The ginning June 8 on N. Orange St. Florida IR ( ha.terr.Luciile .
next fewvmonths will see the of : .
beginning Randolph.All \f. C-irpuit :ClJrt.of Bradford
quart and ate a quart so Mark- A. Smith. Plaintiff5.. '
across from the Airpark Baptist of.said property being la the County. ..flurldi _.
a construction in Bradford that '
program County Donald R. Smith. Defendant.Case '
lee didn't'malte much'money'onthat l'1' it 6f':GAOTI'fl
Church and just west of the County of Bradford State of }<'IW'-
'' high No. tOIl: ; i
should have: ; a Jag ing' and stimulating. effect on deal''Wtth .Geo ge. school.athletic field. NOTICE' TO APPEARTo Ida. ."""'-'--
the econonty'of\ the county.Tne.fourianing .5 : Donald R. Smith whose residence Unless shall such be'certificate redeemed or..accord certificates OF. APPI.K'-ATIOX FOR
I, and address is: ORV 1X34.)' 'f.IU'FU..
; .of U:'S. 301 will bring eon- The outlook for the present THE RIGHT POINT for the RCA O/o PAA. Marin Ba>* Manager log to law the property dew-ribed Notice Is hereby given that "IE"'pland
in such certificate or certificates
:struction workers into the area will provide em- vegetable crop is uncertain, according way you write.' Come in and JM'- Y. Nary 117. FPO. New York. N. will be shill to the highest bidder Neal the holder. of the following

,ployment to ,local people and will certainly add to Ralph Alvarez who kit your favorite KSTERBROOK suit You for are divorce lu-rehy rare notified, custxdy that: and a at:Monday the court in Month house door of June on the 1S..S first, certificaUn.iha for A fax: deed.fiIdatd!to be! issued certificates
unsettled weather.conditions 'irtlfi"tto'nllmbers
said that tbprt'o1The
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. which is the 2 day June, 1S5X. (
of minor child alimony and
to the sales'volume of Starke as a trading center.As Checked wit Ralph Alvarez of have resulted in spotty court supimrt ctts' has been( filed against Dated this 29 day of April, 19)11.; and years.of: issuance the description -

announced by R. 0: Culver, director of Flor- the Farmer's Market last week plantings which'will mean a short you in the above named Court and (OFFICIAL SEAL) in which<>f the.property it was ,assessed and. 'heToames are as
said it looks like the berry NOTICE TO DEPE.ND cause and you are hereby required to Charles' A. Darby Clerk of .
ida's Division of Correctional Institutions, bidson and he deal with a spread out'' volume. la'elrr.it C.urt. UrndlwrU 'Coantr. serve a copy rf your a answerfr n+eading of Circuit Court of Bradford follows: : -
No. 60. Year of Issuance
the.new $12 million prison tp be built in Bradford deal might go on for a few days as. FtorUat U rfcerT.: to the mpaintfi! the I'.laintiffs County, Florida Certificate 1956.
Audrey Wood .' 5/1 it 5/22
the Missionary Plaintiff vs. Edward ; 4tt"irey Alan\ ( \Vin' Ji- 'U9Ftor'
that -
, CountyyiH be advertised( 1 in October.j yet. Growers said However, according to Ralph, .Woods, Defendant 'i Titlenulling; .':ksnnville 2.! 1)es .ril.fi..n of Property: ''Sij! 01
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NEij of SSeq. 3ft, T :S K ti
plants are still producingbut there will be late "plantings'- Case No. li-oSi F'''rida ipd fi'* the criffuial: in 1.ffi.'t' \'<* -
This /huge. construction Nntlr* T. Apnrnra'Tpr ,. of the nw' ,of the Cir.'uit \OTICB OF APPLICATION. FOR 1:
project scheduled totake.more'than that the 90's have Quit. II
beans squash and cokes and the .- Edward Woods, whose res>A Court ip nr ...-...1'.. the 9 l.iv of .'une. TAX DKKD I Name in. uhich assessed: i'reveland.
18 months to complete will be growers may get a better break dance, and 'address is: I'nknown. 195S:, : otbprwte' *, the n!illations or Notice is hereby Riven, that .\. It.ltandulp. Neal.
information is that most of -"You are hereby notified that a to"V "..tfJ'.Int w'il;; be taken as ronfowut .. the holder of the tollowr- All of said III'ul'l.'rty'E'il in the
an evef.jrreater boost to the local l economy. Sucha Our from the weather on them. .' Atilt for divorce custody and l>y -oil.Thju ins certificates has filed said certificates County of Bradford. Slate of Flor
project has permanent financial benefits to the theberry growers made some control of minor children prgjr. shit I' piil..>'!-'.)oH ,.",-. for a tax deed to be issued ida. i- .
The'avera at bas been filed against you In arh work 1"r fnar rn.a.. "1;,.. 'r-ks thereon. The certificate numbers Unless such certtricate or frrtificates -
couhty ,, :Since' the added payroll Will be .largely money this year. The outlook now is for allot, of tb* ahove named I'oiirt and cause in the P-1'""" ", ..."'..-'r-1..-..+ 'It. and years of Issuance the description shall be redeemed act..rll!
in Bradford ; the. market. was about I 25,, cents a sweet corn and that is good news'for afcd. you are required, to nerve a P-r..r ."'1' a a..v of :....v. 19.4.f'or'r.T : of the property, and the namesin I ing to law toe iiroperty described
spent County. pint and the grower who got that t('py of your answer or pleading o'i'ls,) which is was .assessed are asfellows in such certlltcate.! or.I: certicatiawill
these'who prize corn' above '.ftji-te f"tI.A ;1! 1 n.nnr. be sold to the higher bidd
complaint on the Plamtitt s : < i
addition .to these two projects .there are amount for his crop could have vegetables news. Attorney Clerk of .ltA ("I..-.,,> P,-.irt.Bv Certificate Xo. 40. Year of Issuance at the court i'ou.e door An. the first
all other but'bad
other causes for optimism on theeconomic seen made'out all right. One thing that E. K. Ferryman Starke, Florida -Marian I. froehv T\->'"'t" ."..Ic 1956. Monday in Mont\ of June, iy: .v
to the farmers.who: have "eating'-*-, and> file{ the uriKiiiiii 4n the ffie of !firs 4t 5/5! Description of Property: S :3 A. of 'which is the S day June li: aS!
The. dnPont Company, operators'pf: 'the two helped 1 the price here is that berries corn planted. There is a lot' of it the f"'rk "' .tbt' r'-uit r-ourt on -- Elf: nf Xf I'. of S\\ "4 Ot :S\\U: listed this 29 day of April 19..&
local llmemte .back were of better quality than or before the 9 day of June, :NOTICE OF' AfrLlf-ATlOX FOIl Sec.. 2! T6SR22E.: (OFFICIAL SEAL)
recently called a coming in now,from the muckland I I. 1958
I : otherwise the allegations of TAX DEED Name in which assessed: A. it. Charle&Darb: Clerk of
good, percentage: of the. workers w$'o-were ,J laid those!produced at the Plant City south cf'here; aria maybVtrirhotsun sad. C-.paJ will he taken alo Notice is hereby given, that .\. It- P.andolph. of Circuit frmrt of Bradford
Afea ,this season. Confessed by you Randolph thfe holder of the following AU of said property being in the County Florida.
off 'in Ji cutback several months ago. Although will catch up with it and give This notice shall be published certificates has" filed said cer- County of Bradford, State of Flor 4, i it .:Inir

the call-back" was .for, a temporary jionstfuc'tion? I Even though this berry season us a better market here.

job, it will provide work for aeveral mipnths untU Js,not over yet, many of the growers The price of good beans is staying -

some of the other projects. "p, this'locality J _getunder'way. : .are already planning on next at Brooker up. Heard got that$3.10 a grower a hamper over J'

and are told that a large
year, we for some and at that rate a far- r : ,

Another .stimulus in the offing 'is the con- much number heavier of them next plan season.to plant One mer could make some real i Quick Frozen Grade, II A" Tender

;tqiction of the natural l ..Bradford.ipunty money.
gas Jiae through -
reason given for that is the I ,,' 1 .
and the ihis':is
consequent appeal better buying power at the market
.expgctpdto.have; for new'industries seeki.njjoca-, this fear, and the fact that the Concluded ,a deal with. the.SRD : "

tions that can offer low costjpo:: '"erl ifl.b or.situation' seems to have become this week for the right-of-way

Not:to.be discounted also is,, the pro pecttbtat, much better.e along four our-laning place for of US the 301 wideningand plus .CORNISH GAME

National\ Lead will ultimately :develop its.Jarge/.
/ The berries brought a much our home [which is smack in tha
;hold1ijgs 'i iri npriherji> .Urfddfard"aiid a4'auling better this at least as way of the new road] and so we
price year
co. s. It is expected tbat"J.UMaf:; d wall Jar u May berries is -c cem d. are about to start the great '

mine } m ,gite.for: use in its paipt, :: Lterducts : 'For..- instance, last week Leaton adventure of building a new home 3Y2to61b ,

.jjtliilat to.,tbe .mining ,already in operation Morgan Jr. sold 24 crates at $8.10a here on our farm. ,ROASTIN'

here bYlthe duPont :Company. Although no announcement crate, arid that was not for the Average AAct

has been'''made by National Lead 36-piht, but for the 24-pint crate! It's going to be quite a race, for
unless we get it done in time
.concerning its plans l for the future, there have ,
You berry raisers beware of a we'll have to move into the brooder
t that i
ub enJncaiiQn\\ $ some, type of development.will '
It house, and while that'was
certain berry "gobbler". seems all
be undertaken' ,"in the\' future. that Marklee Starling was selling right for healthy young pullets, it POUND

In .order to take, full advantage of these and some fruit on a yoii-pick-it basis would be rough on a couple of old L CHICKENS

other stimulating' torS, preparations should be and charging .25 cents a quart. birds like us. f

.made-for:adequate:facilities to meet the demand.

Every businessman feel the effects, and his Out current senate session."

preparations in !large'jneriSure decide the ad- Headlines April 7 read: 1-

:yanta e ,Ke will..gain, -All buildings should be : 212,132 Qts. Of Berries Shipped
Of From The County ,So Far This
put in good repair'aud.given's face-lifting withmqdern cJ/s Year

fronts. Those that are beyond repair
Rains Hold Up Crop Prices ,
-and.obviously unusuable should be condemned. to The Remain Low. .'

make room for others. First impressions? .are Expect to ship 10 cars per day "Super-Right" Old Fashion Country Style ..

important.:and when the time comes for visitors Past soon.,. b ANN PAGE

.ancf pewcqmers. to\start. 1 looking. .. us over, we
a3hot1 PxGated, NOTICE' TO DKKENDIn PORK SAUSAGE Ibbag49c ::\ Sala Dfe.s.ng!

Tiefe) ,,,.Ut ,-lobe additional, demands for all Twenty-five years ago local Florid Circuit: In Court l'li. ..nry.Bradford. County. ,... QUART JAR '

,local} :aersieesy! :inehuiiBg4 schools and ..housing. ," ,.,? h a tie?,,\'ert,contesting the.title.. ;anjes. lurray, plaintiff, Vi,' Daisy, ."'
Willie ilurrayj DtfeBdanU"''" >u t U I Allgood Brand Sugar Cured *l SPECIAU"
With'si1' a1t"r million dollar bond 'issue just a'p- oi the "fairest''in a revue held at Case N'i I2- 31 45 C. -1
pmvedour'; ebo.o'p1) ntjl throughout the county the Ritz theatre. The following NOTICE TO Afl'KAK r I

should t 11 e in.pretty. good shape to take care of aneypanifed. girls took, part: Etta Fay Gill residence To: Daisy and Willie adi.ress Murray are: Unknown.You whose. S9cI
Martha Powell, Martha Brownlee. are hereby notified that a suit BREAKFAST BACON '
economy for' the next few years. Hutto for divorce bus been' filed againstyou
Marjorie Stump, Carrie .
in the above named Court and
There has been shartage of modern uk .
'always a
Lois Adkins, Sara Hope Haynes cause and you are required to servea
housing';units! in'' Starke, and everything possible Viola Gearry, Fenella Snyder, to copy the complaint of your answer'n the or Plaintiff pleading All Meat .
should be done to remedy this condition before Kitty Hogsed Lulu Redgrave, Attorney Gerald R. Hart 301 SmithBuilding Orange Chiffon

the expected growth materializes: Mary Pearce. Beatrice Johns. An- file the,.original Jacksonville.in the 2.office Florida of and the 'FR NKS" 'Ib '
nie,Murrhee,. Mrs. Sam Anderson Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before SPECIAL
!in i y
alL we.feel
AH that prospects are bright for June Smith, Mary Lucille Torode, the 9 day tf June ItSft. ; otherwise 59' 47c
the immediate, future in. Bradford County' but tbe allegations of said Complaintwill
Dorothy Sapp. Mrs. Sam Knight, be taken as confessed by you.
we should not be'c'aught Capping, We should be Thelma Silcox, Lillian Sternberg This notice shall be published once .
each week for four consecutive weeksin
prepared to take the :fullest advantage of these Lcuise Noegel Inez Dempsey. the Bradford Count Telegraph. .

opportunities"when they present themselves. Martile He mmingway, Mildred Dated COURT this SKAT.1 day ,'f May 1S58. A&P -- Our Finest Quality i' :

r. Hundley Patsy Brinson, and Anna CHARLES. DARBY,

Drqw'Ma9C\ ; :.Circle; But Mae other Pearce.news. .of the countywas By Clerk Marian of L.the Crosby Circuit 5/S Deputy 4t Court 5/29 Clerk S APPLE SAUCE 2 Mb cans 27 e 1

not so pleasant. The Tele- __
There 4S' 'a famous story about two children ,
graph of April 7, 1933, reports:
whosefbut: : : in search-of the Bluebird of Happi- "Chicken stealing is becoming a _

ness. Tl\ey traveled{ to many 'places over the thriving industry around Starke. :;.; A&P Fancy Whole Kernel I

world but never found it. Finally they gave, up Thursday night thieves madea MONEYFOR '

their search and returned home. To their great big raid and got away with 53

.surprise, they found in their;; own backyard the Rhode Island Red fryers from the ., f GOLDEN } -Ib
cans Red Heart
Bluebird; singing loud and clear. residence. C. A. Futch, nine 1SC
hens from the coop of A. S. DOGFOOI Ib 15c
Tjie jjioral of/this' story is that there is a realtouc.h.jcif ALL -- -
Crews, and some from..;E. C. Deviled HamUNDERII'OODS
tmagic"all around us figuratively Priest. .
2'% oz can 19c
,right: .ia.ou'r> owg\ back yard. Oneof the easiestiwaijs
discover: \ it$ and explore it ;is by drawing Some people in Starke who were :1s A&P Fancy Sweeten or Natural Waxed: PaperCUTRITE .

a circle of'any' radius using your home as the members, of Miss Ray's 1st grade WORTHWHILE 125 feet 29c

center point- for:'the compass.. Your magic circle class, have;; something said to,be.the,proud 1st ORANGE JUICE|[ 46 oz can 25 Swifts Strained--
For the
about. ,
tan"bf !tJ. a hundred, two hundred miles in paper to ., BABY MEATS each 23c
graders were striving get high
diameter;and yoyr magic'car tl.to.all. of this daily grades.in citizenship, health, Chicken of the Sea >

.pie iji uTe :and adventure| is the family' automobile. reading,.spelling, 'number,, writing F CHUNK TUNA 33c

Actually] ,, you'll/ discover, if you look around and drawing. Eighteen 'of..35 in .... SPECIAL 46-oz, 3 for Swarwon FrornTV

'you.j:,many, scenic and historic places in our Q\yncommunity the class were o;.the honor! roll DINNERS each 67e
*that "certainly warrant a visit. For with averages 'between 90 and HAWAIIAN PUNCH 1 1 Detergent __
98. In those days, they were smart
'instance, how: many of us have explored the ,ra- little first graders. PURPOSES VEL LIQUID 12 oz can 39c

vine'at Gold Head Branch State Park, or enjoyed Coimtw Filling For -Dl'tergent..

.its beaches and.camping' facilities recently? ,:More From the BHS Journal a 9th A&P Frozen Fordhook 10 ozs. CHERRY PIE Mb, 6-oz 35c FAB Giant Size lit '.

aha(eight thousand floridian$ and y itors. from grader reported with .maybe a, M Corh"tock Detergent '
other states did ,so-last month but how many note of complaint: "We had seven:' 'LIMA BEANS 2 for. 33
''of these, were from this immediate area? How tests last week. They,:were algebra, c BLUEBERRY PIE, Mb. 6-oz 49c VEL Giant i Size 68c

English. history, physical ed. Scott Cleanser ,.
i many Bradford Countians'have seen another nat- : \ -

'ural r"wonder! ,'< the Sink Hole near Brooker,. whichis science, Spanish. .and. typewriting.. TISSUE 2 for 27c A-JAX Regular. 2 for. 31c

ode of, the ,awe-inspiring sights in this part of LOANS A&!) lO-oz-2 for Golden Shortening For Automatic- Wl ,hets' -

Florida? .. Gov. Dave Sholtz in his message FLUFFO 3 Ibs 95c AD DETER>t GET regular 33c
advocated, economy of state,, _
Then\ ,, sonletialesjust.. drinOJy ere.,in spending in order to balance the PEAS & CARROTS 25C !Flap..DriedBABY :Cashmere' .

particular s and letting the, open road l>e your only budget and reduction of the cost ijPTot .- ,LIMAS 1!/s Ibs 27c BOUQUET re,'bars, 2 for 19c

goudft.can.; be,the'test, f un\ of::all. You'll, discover I of ;motor;vehicle license tags."He, I,
said, "a reduction, to $5 and jHOi
aUikindstofJnJteresting: ; things .aW t our.own:
cpunlrywdfttthat perhaps you: hadn't realized be- depending, on, weight .>would put-; (

feree'a.ro&d' (are ,beiaf.>; .opened, up ,alllthe many cars., back, on. thf!. road,ands,, :. j
increase revenue, from.. the gasoline -
tiltitiritllgtlake region aroun Ke.y ton Height, '. .- ; b

and.ihft'i; rayh jhis.jake i property: being.: settled tax"e TOMATOES Ripe Ib cartona'f

and, developed! \ fascinating, to behold., .Explor- There seemed to be no. depression S --' .' 19
inga ongIhesQ w.arpald ca.itbe. adventuresomefuns cc
ri ( for the Starke Hotel for it .
I I j4Mti J spoil,. ',listed \over 50 guests .that, ,week,- i 1QILSH Yellow 1 b" 1 1r 1y

.\\T lefA't JfP1? arll itlkthesear'ly, week4i of irom.rariQus, parts of the country* "Folks Find Us Friendly*' : Sc

-ummer.U1d ikelxhe cl1' in the.story jou'll including; Michigan New York,; .
: ,'9 ei\ NeW ,

dtsclsl'e'A.tM'.figet,joy, of(oflifeiisn; asAfar.away.; as Connecticut and. Jersey 1 LWAL; FIK AKCECOMPANY r'c- CRcfDERPEAS lb. S'f lSc'S

y0trit>xhghts'\ i !otiose. .' Many people will remember this -

..-- ---n.-_ __ __- >>_ 4tem:,:'Senator T, .G. FutcK, of;; : ,y
T for
rt-t .."h. __ .kburg .was made president of;' < f ', CORN 6 ears 25'

ft1i f@ q H thi.1933 senate, Senator Futch: 114 If.. Walnut, SU .
,IE.STIElii- was horn innradford.ounty 41;
t years-ago in-.the.city of-Hampton*; <(3 Doors from Post Office) GREEN CABBAGE lb
fa n"BJD.OL, >>E.'T.WEEELt. NEiTSat : "Addressing' senate for the

( t .
'r.. ., t'ti.-. THE SAME- MASTHEAD.Publub. Senator glitch first paid tribute' o tauIC.{ felfMOU tAee/tunu n.el 1535w,4
to Ihejnemory of the late Senator*: 31ra. .Alarguerjte Hall, -
.. : .. Sefeml Chats
F.arb .r. and K lrrr4 Matter
.ikr P...t Itfrh.. .( Markr, FU. ..drr Act .( Mar. S. 1ST. E. M. Jchns of Starke who died Manager
after being chosen by hold-over '
senators for presidency for the .y 'f.
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VVyyyyy'Fy yyvvyyvyyTV sqnville on Sunday for a visit with "t..................... AAAAAAAA AAA.AAAAAAAA.A. y yyyyvyYyyvyyyyyy.vyyyyy,' many mor*. f

Mr. and Mrs. C. E.:'Olson: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. and
HIGHLIGHTSBy LAYTEY Mrs. Nancy Keene; and Allan STATE FARM HE1LBRONN KINGSLEY LAKEBY son enjoyed Hprnecominsf at Oak

;0> Hart and daughters, spent the Grove Church last Snnqay.

Mary K. Schaeffer. Substituting: for Mrs. Young rfy Mr*. Joyce T. FutchA444444AA4A4A4 weekend with .Mr. and Mrs J. W. : Mr and Mrs. Johnny cow rt
Hart in Bell. By Mrs. J. G. ,CaJdwellAAAAAAAAAAXAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Sirs. Harvey McCarthy Mae Moore

AAAAAkAAAAAkAAAAAAAAikAAAA&A, . . ... and I and children visited Mrs. Cow-
-------------- 444444444* Mr. Mrs., G. L.: Sapp ofHeUbronn Janis
144444444444444444444444Hello v YvVVYYYTVVVYVVVYVY'vYYl: a rt's father. Mr. Padgett
I think that I shall never see covered dish' visited the: Paul Ben-. of Gainesville afternoon.Mr. .
luncheon followedthe Mrs. LIllie Carter and John Saturday;
on, Lawrence Boulevard, a tree! | nets on Sunday; Club Meeting\ everybody and avery We;are glad to report our,Sundays
business of
and Mrs! john/Aguler
meeting. Mrs. A. G. Henry, of Moultrie. Ga., were I The Community Club of to and "
the pleasant day and
; you
:i'iT0 date all the palm trees have Loudon social We'are sorry to report that you hool record i is'on the incline Jacksonville night
chairman was assisted weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. spent'Ff
'i 0 State Farm met to The adults of
been taken on Tuesday especially you with 104 last
from the street-side Mrs. J. E.' Warren and Mrs. present Sunday.
; with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
by Harold Carter.
Mrs, Ridaught Jim and the Griffis ;
Baxley Perry afternoon hi the club house. Mrs. the community may:,be confusedas
and those
r replanted In inconspicuous Nathan Starling are on the sick Among visiting Oak Grove Carl
and Mrs-Bud ; Mr. and Mrs. 'Thomas
Anthony in
serving.On '
4 ,>places> and the camphor trees will family. listthisweek. Milo Seigler, the president pre- to whether this is spring or Church for Homecoming from
Tuesday evening, the Junior News has been received that Gale and Jimmy Martin spent the
sided. The club room'was'beauti-an but the children Nosir
be Mr. aren't. | ]Kingsley Lake Mrs. Lizzie
a probably the next to fall.' And and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and were weekendth
Training Union Mrs.
enjoyed a socialin Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry of Gulf-: ful with arrangements gladioli, their little faces are all aglow Strickland Tiipmas's son.
why? David and
Only a few were sightseeing in St. nurse Steel
> people seem to i the Educational' ) ]Henry Martin and family of Pansy -
Building. Mrs.
Miss. are"the '
port proud parents
'S roses and other spring flowers.h when they .say' the'words that
Mr. and E.
People Augustine on Sunday.Mr Mrs. M. Norton and .
passing thru
Keystone James Price leader ; Ala. Henry plans to'move toNew
by cf Julia Ann.
., Heights are apt to a baby daughter ,' and Marcus Griffis of Routine business was attended to means so much to them, "School c children. Carolyn and Marie also,
remember -
Mr.and Orleans week'
Mrs. Bill Wolfe directed where hewlU
Mrs. Miss :
Barry was formerly
and pians.were completed for the wilsoon be out. We older
it Lake ones Mrs. Emily Bule
; for its un-citified treet Wales visited the Harry \ .and son, Landis.
games and contests, and. served Eula Mae Eunice. complete -his sludi s.,
annual spring luncheon. date I can'remember when those )
,shaded Wilkersons. I same ]Everyone enjoyed the
streets. and Mrs. Katie Pad Thy day
Lawrence Boulevard : very Mr. .
to the 14 Mrs. G L.
supper' members Sapp enjoyed -
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shaw and set [ 11 ;
E being the main gett over the weekend. was Tuesday May 27 at noon. made us happy too. much. ,
artery cf Mr.
present. daughter, Miss Linda of Cocoa All State Farm ladies are.invited Congratulations are'extended toMr. I Miss Sunday dinner with
traffic thru Mr. and Sylvia Norton visited Miss
town Mrs. Oarmel
has : Copeland L
the On and Mrs. Paul Bennett of
street that they Wednesday; evening, in observance were Saturday evening supper and family of Starke visited the to come and bring a covered dish 11 and Mrs. Walton [ Junior] Anneta Mott Sunday. Lawtey.Lets .

remembered. of Girls' Auxiliary Focus guests of ,Mrs. Mattie Carter and anrthtng'excp.pt-. : remember to pray for our
_I*-it too late to do something Week, the Intermediate G. A.'swere : family. A. C. Kirklands- Sunday even cf bread., ,Thee who are the proud par Mrs. R. L. Smith and daughter sick. Mr. L. M. McDaniel who returned -
social committee wilt'funiish of 8 lb. 1 Yz darling
to keep a oz. baby Jane and Mrs. Emily Silcox
tA our two-blcck business in charge of the Prayer Ser ing.Mr. I from the hospital last
Mr. and Mrs. James
section from looking like Wilkerson and Mrs. Morris Johns and I and drinks.'Mrs. Seigler'welcomed ,. daughter named. Joyce Marlene,, visited the A. R. Moores Sunday
one of vice. Their week, Mrs.
,. .4 those modern theme was "Buildinga : and family of Jacksonville spent family of Jacksonville : Mrs. LVt.: Harden and invited born May 13, at the Bradford I afternoon. Lynn' Carl Brown. and
Sun '
super-duper shopping Chain of Mrs. Orene
Stars", and it was I Sunday evening with the Andrew ,'Cowart.
her. to join the club. Mrs.'W. N. County Hospital. May God Bless
I centers?" And day afternoon with, Mr.,and Mrs ; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moore and:
.not Mr.
,only that,. most and Gerald Suggs
impressive. Mrs.
Taking part in Wilkerson had
I family. \
1 North
we understand that Earl Mosley and family: and 'MrS. R. p,'M L ndon, always''the newly born baby and I c children Johnny and Geraldineof
the residential the program were: Maxine Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and L as guests last week, his brother
-S '... Section, as far as the entrance to Sandra Ridaught Mr. and Mrs D. A. Jones and the hostesses for the day: served each of her wonderful family. Waycross, Ga., and Mrs. Ethel[ and wife from Washington C.
Helen Peyton daughter returned to their home : D.
I cake and punch to the 18 ladies Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Franks of r Raymond also
th.beach. is daughters and Mr and visited the A. R.
also Mrs.
to lose Carl
I its trees!! Dale Fallin Faye Maxwell LaVon I Memphis'Term after spending ; present. Lakeland Let us all keep in mind our revival
Sunday of r
With our main street now over Peyton, Gloria Smith Carter enjoyed Friday afternoon I were Moores Sunday. to begin in' June. We
and Carol'I hopeto
with Mrs. Nellie Wil-
sometime Mrs. R. S. Rosier Mrs. Clarice Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter and I
35:feet wide. and all sorts of Hansen. kerson. sightseeing in St. Augustine. "' ir i Sorry to hear that Mrs. Boree' t get started onour Sunday
1 I available parking They stopped at theCentennial Thompson, Becky Sue and Peggy family.Mr. fell and broke some ribs, hope she i
spaces easily On Thursday school rooms Saturday. 'If like
evening, a Moth- Horace Redding of Jacksonville you
., Thompson were in Madison Sunday and Mrs. Morris Johns and I 1 i is
: ,accessible to all businesses Celebration in- Green Cove soon again. We miss her
we er-and-Daughter f good preaching and good
Tea singing
was held in visited his ,mother, Mrs. Henry
and attended the GoldenWedding family of Jacksonville visited I I hi .services.
wonder why all the fuss? the Educational Springs in the evening make a date to visit. us >and attend
Building Tim -
the Redding and Mrs. Blackburn
I of Mr. and Mrs. Vt./0. Sunday with Mr. John's parent's:, Mr. and
t ',Last, week, one morning, our theme of which was "One Family r Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Padgett and family David Cottle spent) I revival meetings.
Raines, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johns. the
jammer neighbor Dr. Frank to visited Mrs. Perry at Lockloosa on weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Services of
: Christ. A vocal solo "It is No Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Batten Sunday. Visitors of Mrs. Clarice Thompson Leon Wainwright and W. J. Leonard Moore. the week are Sunday
gave our town a won- Secret" was rendered Gloria and I < school 10 a. m. morning worship -
by son of Jacksonville here
1 ,d.erful boost when he described it I Smith, and another "Tell IIAgain" were Mr.-and Mrs. H. A. Henry and for the night on Friday were .Thornton of Jacksonville were Mrs Lyons is on the sick list | : 11 a. m., evening worship 8
Wednesday evening for visit I
I to Dick Stratton, on WMBR's'Open a son of Starke were Sunday, guests Mr, and Mrs. Randall Reynolds; Saturday overnight guests of Mr.and and Jack Seimer is still in the p. m. We are still
was by studying in the
sung Dale Fallin. with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley and little : '
daughter Mrs.
House "a little of the Ressie Anderson of Birmingham Henry Thornton. hcspital. We hope they will I
as corner Mrs. Florence family. soon L book Revelations.
I of Paradise." 'Hippie, from Park The Rowell Prevatt ,family Misses Helen and Ala.Saturday. My mother, Mrs. Maude Mott be well again. o Brotherho
Anyone Judy King,1)-
who will 1 of the Palms: ;meets Friday .
was guest speaker. spent Saturday evening with Mr :
: ,ponder for Heilbronn night guests of Mr returned to our home Saturday Our WMU will hold the I
a minute on the assetsof Dainty akes and sandwiches and visited, the L C. King: regular r ;Brotherhood president Dutch
Mrs. Ernest
were Southerland in
Keystone Heights family and Mr. and Mrs"F. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace were Lt morning after an enjoyable week] semi-monthly meeting Tuesday, I ;
will come served, and Mrs. Gus Alderman S, urges all men
Lake Butler. pre-
tip with several items-water climate Campbell over ,the weekend.,-' 'and Mrs. James McDonald of:r spent with her mother Mrs. .1 r.: May 20 at the home of Mrs. Opal I Harle to t b
presided at the IRev..J. help
Punch BowL Sun
Mr. and Mrs. E, C.' Leavett and I Jacksonville.. MJ Fralick and family in Pray Bishop. .Fday
Herbert -
and' TREES. Turner of Wauchula day
school building.
st' R. Smith, Pastor of the family and Mrs. Martin Kinlapp: spent and Mr. and Mrs. John Spence of dence. Her brothers, Claude and I1 We are very proud of I
seems, that merchants who First Baptist left Sunday Monday with i our Junior: Jdst, a reminder,
Church on Sun of Starke were in Lake City on his Jacksonville spent the I J. D. Fralick, also of Providence' Boys in 1 you have
weekend '
to : School.
want cut down trees. brotherind-siste.1n-law.
de Mr.
are day ; Theyji any news send We
evening. May 18. for Houston Sunday to Mr. Kinlapp in us.>
L see i
feating their purpose, because Texas and Mrs. M.'L. Turner. with her parents Mr. and Mrs.O. :. visited with us Saturday. were 100 per cent in attendance 11r be :expectIng it t
to attend
they will destroy the very things: Southern Baptists.a Convention He of to:r Veterans Hospital. They stoppedenroute Mr. andMrs., Ralph Smart and E. Crosby. On Sunday Mr. and I Visitors of Mrs. Tate Crosby:r i last Sunday. Come on you other ilr. and Mrs. Bill you.Martin and
plans to Mrs.
G. N. Leavettin
that bring people here to trade be back in see daughters of Jacksonville visited Mrs" Crosby carried them home recently were Mrs. Minnie Phillipsof I classes, let's all'try to do likewise were
Keystone for Sunday dinner
Sunday: Waldo. and went by. the'way of Live Oak, Mrs. Johnny Morris Mrs. Opel chdre
with. them. the Leonard Prevatts on Fridav: Penney: Bishop is the teacher:L i Mr. and
morning services Mrs.
May 25. Richard Coleman of Pensacolais Farms and visited Rev. and and Miss Beverley Crawford ffor| those its Carl
Mis of
Roads'are made by S.I, R. D.: Father Of Mrs. Moody evening. They remained for'the: outstanding boys. 1 '
Passes Alfred
visiting the Todds. C.
.A. Crosby. Sunday at Mr Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Our
But only God can make'a tree! Mr. E. weekend with Mr. Smart's mother noon primaries in Training Un
C. father
Ryan of
Mrs. Miss Lavon Warren spent Sun- and Mrs. Crosby and their Hilliard of Valrico ion
Church News Mrs. Mattie Henderson. guests were dinner are almost always 100 percent :
Chester Moody, was buried on day with Mr. and Mrs. Hilton : were dinner guests of and guests Sunday.. but NOTICI TO
) Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray and Mr. t the number does not in- .. DEPEND
Sunday afternoon at a grave-side Waldron in Starke. Mrs. .Clrr.lt ...
-0 You are invited to attend the ceremony in Dekle son of"Jacksonville:visited Vernie: John Spence Sr. in Starke Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding i crease. We wish more primary Florid*t C..r.Cbaae.ry Brdf.rd; C fr.
Cemetery at
The W. G. Green family '
t' Grand Auction on May 31, in the Lake''Butler. Mr. were Padgett and daughters' on Sunday Mrs. P. 6.- Crews attended the spent the weekend with their .chIldren would come to Training] G. DelMnger. Plaintiff .YL !dla
Ryan leaves Mr.
a weekend guests of and Mi's.R. funeral of Mr. Dellinger, Defendant.
Ryan at l Union,
McElrath Building [across from wife and..twelve children. evening rDekei son, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Red Caie No. U.i3.

Watson's store!, starting'at ham M. Carver in Live. Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hamiltonand Cemetery on Sunday afternoon. ding and family of WildwOOdr Mr S Mr; ,and Mrs. O. F. Simeir Sr*, %nEIe. Te Appeat, ,

Prize Mrs. Susie Prevatt was in Rome, While in Lake Butler Mrs 'Crews ; visited !in To: Edna Dellla -er, wlrtge rendence -
Mrs. George Phelps, chairman, Winning Beard daughter of Gainesville were Raymond Redding and baby returned Sunday.. and address Is: 309 ilainvlew

and her committee composed of Ga. this weekend to see her son, here on Friday to see' Mr. and visited Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brad home with Mr. and Mr: Road. Chalote. N. C.

the ladies of the St. Anne's Episcopal ,. I .TIT9, Raymond hospital there., who is a patient in the Mrs. H.H. Hamilton. ley, who moved there. on Satur Russell Redding and will spend r ........y..y. suit You for divorce and notified support that of a
Church have managed- to : G. W. Roberts went to Jacksonville I- several days. minor children ,
f' -
I. 'get' a lot of Interesting,and valuable '. : Mr. and Mrs.Paul Bennett and on Monday to visit his brother Mr. and Mrs, W. N. North and Sorry to hear that Mrs. William NORTH : ha been- named fHed Court against and you in and the

items to auction. Not only :11 daughters: visited the George Ker- Lonnie who is a patient in St. son Billy, attended the dedication Green slipped and fell from a SIDE.c:) are requited to sne cUI a copy

.1 F sey and W.'M. Smith families in Lukes of the Church of The Holy Communion your answer or pleading to theomplaint
that: they will sell hot dogs and ,. Starke Hospital. L- truck and badly bruised her leg. By BIlL Carl on the Plaintiff's Attorney -
on Saturday.Mrs.
;: cold: cokes to hungry bidders. 0- Guests of Mr. Perry Davis and I in Hawthorne last Thursday Little Sharon Thornton daughter A. J. ThomaR Jr.. Z03 Temple

Proceeds will go to the St. Anne's Jack .Estes Doyle carried Eubanks their and school Mrs. the Carl Vanzant family are Mr. II afternoon. Mrs: Milo Seiglerand'Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thorn ..............y..... y .and Atenue file, the original, in, the office

'a building fund. and Mrs. Melvin Foreman and; J. G. Caldwell'went to ton returned to school this week of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
students to Marineland on Fri Campville and Those who missed thurch liii ispast or before the day of June 19iS
Elton Mrs. ;
Catholic Davis of Savannah, Ga. I Bryan: after being ill with the measles. otherwise the I allegations of said
day. The fourth grade, with their ,Whitfield '' Sunday really missed tk
The regular monthly covered- t'lV Mr. and Mrs. Fred ,Moore.,Mr. there and also were Very glad to welcome home Mr. won L Complaint \vill be taken as confess
teacher Miss Faulkner. visited I present for this derful blessing. We also had a ed by you.
and Mrs. dedication. Mr.
Arthur and Mrs. VVaren'Scobie
dish.supper. was held in, the Re- Memorial Pearce, Rev. E. Shelby] good attendance. I This notice snail oe published
Stephen Foster Brother
f cretion- Hall of St. 'William's = on P, Sheetz, Mrs. Daisy Sutton, I and Mrs. Bryan .Whitfield are Kelly and baby daughter who Suggs once each week for four consecutive -
Wednesday. : charter members of brought the messages. Come next: veeka in the Bradford County
Church on Wednesday evening Mrs. Percy Griffis: and Mrs. : this new have moved from Palatka and are I Telegraph.
Mr and Mrs. 0. J. Phillipswere Episcopal Sunday and bring someone withy
May 14, after which a meeting.of ,. Claude Rowe attended the Highland Church and H. G. Davis now residing in Starke. I Patpd this T day of May, 1J5S.OFFICIAL .
I, inWaldo, on Thursday for I Baptist Jrv of Gainesville, formerly of u. This is a church "where you ( SEAL)
the Catholic Club was held. Plans '. Church .Baptismal Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox's children CHARLE.H A. DAR Y.
get :
visit with a warm welcome.
a Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Starke
were, formulated for a supper to ,.,.' J, I service which was held\ 'a.t'Black I ,"hasbeen their lay-reader Marilyn and Pearson of the Mr. and Mrs. : I Clerk of the circuit Court.
,' Phillies.t .. Creek for"the past two y arsI Ken Frank )f By Marian. L Crosby. Deputy Clerk
be on
held on August 30 and it : ; afternoon. ,
was : University of Florida were home Lakeland 6-Z9
.. "" Friends of Mrs. Clara Eunice __Visitors of-Mr. and spent last weekend as r.1 I
hoped that it would bas fme'success. a I ... 1 ', Claude and Ben Rowe were I Mrs. Wv N. over the weekend. During which -
: guests of the Richard
Lane will ,
regret to learn that her visiting North since Saturday .were' Mrs:: Carters.Mr. >OTICB TO DFED

as the 'one held last' year'at father-in-law, George Lane of friends. ,'and relatives in. Nellie ,Beavers and, Mr. and time they visited with their father and Mrs. G. i.. Sapp were In Clrtul ('olrt. Bradford C..tl.
Labor Day weekend. The Pictured here is Macclenny on Sunday afternoon. who is in' the I. C..tr
Mur- St. Luke's
Jennings Hospital
supper guests of Mr. .
Deland Paul and Ruth
passed away last week. Mr. and Mrs. Beavers .of, St.. Petersburg, Mrs. 11ilntf va
w1ll help pay- for the new rhee and the beard that won him Elmer Carter of in Jacksonville. Mr. Cox is Johnny, Bennett Francis Lindenmoth.
Mrs. Inez Kelly and Mr. and Clay HiD Mr. and' :MrS:. North, and. theirguests'joined : of* the State Dfedant. .
organ.:. first prize in the contest held in Miss.Borfnie'Pad seriously ill ,and no visitors are Farm Saturday. '' 10." &-
Mrs. James Starling of Starke gett of .Mr.-and Mrs. H. G. I futtlee T 8 AppearTo
With Mrs. Gladyce Ba hmann Keystone Heights in. connection visited the Josie Maxville ,were Sunday Davis Jr. permitted to see him except 'his Mr., and Mrs. :Reese Scott : Francis! IJndenmuth. whose
Starlings are
on and
at console, the parishioners with the guests of Mrs. Mattie Carter and childret Greg and I, immediate' family. Please continue resldenceand address Is: U.l. U.
Centennial the
Clay County' Sunday. family. Jen of Gainesville and spent Sun- happy parents of an. eight! No. 1. Front Royal. Va.You .
been enjoying a background of celebration. He was awarded a to-pray'in-hls behalf. pound four girl hereby ..notIfie4that a
The Obed Pauley family and day in St. ounce born May .are
music A1C and :Mrs. ::E., G. (Bunt! Augustine ,enjoying a, Mr. and Mrs. suit divorce and r ,tortoDot
organ during services. Asa wrist watch for his hirsute ac R. L. Morgan'sweekend 12 in Bradford
the J. R. Devores visited the' Crews of picnjc\ lunch at noon and sightseeing pounty'Hospital.. maiden 'name .
matter of fact Gashire; England are guest their niece. ''In the
a new Choir, complishments.The was Mrs. Scott and returned has been fled' against you
Jacksonville Zoo Sunday. the.
the rest the day. Air., and and
under the direction of proud parents of a daughter Miss Delvene Morgan of Ja ]k- above cause
Mrs. Bach- Centennial was brought to and : home l last Tuesday a of
Mrs.; Clifton Smith of Starke Susan born Mrs. Paul Beavers returned I you are required to serve copy
mann. made its debut las Sunday a climax in* Green Cove Springslast I. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. May 9. .The paternal to 'their home sonville. Happy birthday to Gregory your answer OB pleading to the
Monday. Mrs.
and is furiously practicing: Friday and Saturday with I and Mrs. Troy Bennett. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nellie Beavers stayed for Happy to see elderly John McCormick Alvarez who celebrated his eighth complaint Attrney on A.the J. Thomas Plaintiffs, Jr.. ruj
Commodore a longer
every Friday evening, at 7:30.: many of our local citizens taking: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burneyof Crews. visit with her daughter able to attend both the] I birthday recently. May he have Temple Ave., Starke, Florida,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray fam and file the original In the office
Anyone interested in .singing in L part ,in the festivities. Jacksonville came down Satur- Crawford ily. morning and evening church ser of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton

the choir,js urged to attend practice and amily spent Sunday In Jacksonville 0 vices. trade name products but will contain or before the 9 day of June,
-- Roy .W tkln's Nephew day to see his mother, Mrs. Georgia with the H. R. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand 1958; otherwise the allegations of
at that time. Killed. Crawfords. Mfsses one or both of the above
m t-
Rosy and Edith Moore
said'Complaint taken
will be as
Ann Sapp who has been ill I : sops, Spanky and
Friends of
Roy Watkins and terials.
Baptist aresorry family of _
: but is much better'at this the accompanied their sister, Mrs. E. confessed by you.
writing.Mr. spent
weekend in''st.. Marks ,shall be published
Jacksonville This sotlce
There has been to hear of the death of his spent Saturday with ; May the God Lord bless .
much activity r L. Cox to Jacksonville to yc Hind consecutive -
with week for
: and Mrs. Jack Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. J. L. once each for"
at*the First Baptist Church this I nephew who was a victim of a jet- Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling I Cogdiil visit the later's husband in the| a yours-bye now. weeks in the Bradford Cpunty
and and .
Mrs. Lomie family. While
sons Mosley
The V. L. there Mr. Mc ,
plane crash last week, over theNassau Starling family, Ger Telegraph.
past week. On
-t Tuesday morning, St. Luke's Hospital. m*.
Baldwin Lendon TIlE this S day of-May
: in for RIGHT Dated
were Sunday a enjoyed
the'Nell river. Funeral services tie Fae, Quincy Eddie and Ger- fishing and Mrs. rOINT tor tilt
'I Pearce Circle and the : visit with Mr.and Mrs. H. C. Rey McLendon and the two Mrs. Henry Thornton and baby way write. Come (OFFICIAL SEAL)
you In
r FayTaylor; Circle of the Women's; were conducted on Sunday afternoon trude Cruce enjoyed an outing at boys en visited in Palatka and select Charles A. Darbv
nolds. joyed Monday. of the Circuit Court.
Crosby Lake swimming in beautiful your favorite ESTERBROOH Clerk
at the on Sunday
Missionary Union met at separate Church near Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious Moorevisited By Marian Crosby., D"DUtv Clerk
Grandin. Among those attending Home Miss Gloria Crawford of Jack- Wakulla Springs. Fountain .:'Pen.. TRLLGRAFH L 6-8 U, fr29Thafa
meetings. Mrs. Fred Ellis, coming at Oak Grove Baptist Mrs. M. Sunday with Mrs. Moore's -
Y. Pearse
sonville and Mrs
circle chairman, presided, at' the Mr. Francis Clark who was recently spent the weekend with Emma I brother, Tcmmie Judd who is''a
Church Green
Sunday Rev. of
on were
faceting of the Nell Pearce cir discharged from Baptist I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jacksonville _visited Business
patient in the Baptist in
Hospital in Jacksonville, is and Mrs. J. B. Norman and son, Crawford. Mr.and Mrs. L. B. Cooper on Hospital 'DVi :;
Devotional given presently
was by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis, the Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sunday evening. Jacksonville. He is reported bet- wtIufa If It's Glass We Hava !
; recuperating at the Raulerson -
) R. O. Mann. In the absence of the Penney : ter and will be home soon. Let It
Otis Brewer family and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. .
and daughters A. J. Green and '
Farms Memorial IospLtal.CII were Saturday CALL!WRITE or VISIT
chairman. Mrs. Fred I IM!
children us join in prayer with his family
Scouts Go To SavannahDee Daisy Pringle, and the A. C. Kirk- luncheon guests of Mr. and, Mrs. spent the weekend in
Mulling Mrs.
Roy. Chasteen was Jacksonville and many friends for his recovery.Mr. .
Dee land family. Russell Tison in Jacksonville.: with Mr., and Mrs.
.J in charge of the program the Hardenbergh. Julie Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilkin Ray Green, and family. ,and Mrs. Freeman Crosby Joe Peters Glass
Friends -
Mrs. Mattie
Walker and
topic of which was "The Christian Mary Ann Schaeffer Dowell.] visited Thursday in Jacksonvillewith
all members of son had as Sunday guests Mrs. mother of Mrs; Mary Locke Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belche had C.
_ ; ," and the Alcohol Problem. The the Melrose will Mrs. Delones Carmichaeland
I meeting was closed with a prayer: Girl Scout Troop, will go with'the I' Roger Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. be happy to learn that she is weekend visitors, their daugh family.A I iffI ANY GLASS

by Mrs. Chasteen. Troop to Savannah this week G H.- Hart of Jacksonville.Mr. feeling'much better after a recent ter and son-in-laWMr"and; :Ma. We Design Modem Store'

Mrs.: J. D. Peyton Chairman end on a pilgrimage to the birth and Mrs.: Raymond Williams illness. Donald Turnage and their chil delicious chicken supper with I Just Mall Us A fo
; L1 dren ,of all the trimmings was served at Patem
of Jacksonville were week Albany, Ga.
presided over the meeting of the place of Juliette Lowe, the founderof ; Mrs. Lula Mae Mosley of-Clay / Table '
end guests of- Mr. and Mrs. Ed L Hill Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harden church Friday evening. Every
t the Girl Scout spent the weekend with the
Fay Taylor Circle meeting. De movement. They : and one enjoyed the good food and 1313 N.W. 4th GainesvIlle. Phone 24353
Durban and sons. St. Clair Griffis< little daughter spent the FR .
'VOtional, was given by Mrs: Pey- plan to leave OIr Friday afternoonon family.] Christian fellowship. P F
The Lee Greens were in Jack- weekend .at Jacksonville Beach. .
.,: ton, and.Mrs. John Camp was in the Meteor from Waldo; returning Mr. and Mrs., D. H. Wilkersonhad with I Mrs. Cecil.Rowe's Junior Training
to Waldo as Sunday guests Mr. Mr.; and Mrs. A. C. Mobley.,
I4 charge of the late Saturday and
1 program. The meeting : beautiful "shiners" and a scab on Judge Union Class went Saturdayto
and Mrs. T.
,closed' with a prayer by Mrs. night Mrs. Fremont Tolles, the her nose, you may not recognizeher. Mrs. R. J. Cornwall and family children were Friday A. Yawn and Mr. and Mr$. Bill Reddish's

Stella Stanley. Scout Leader, and Mrs.. Jack.Bass;, of Jacksonville.First .I night sup
.- but that's Junie Ridaught home on' Kingsley Lake for aO picnic -
per guests of the J. G. !
Caldwells. Listen
assistant leader Listen! Listen
The will
ladies trip
the Women'sMissionary
who ,was accidentally on the receiving Terry Yawn remained' and swimming party. A won- .

1.' Society met in a body: with the girls." The girls have end of fishing pole thrown Christian Church grandparents for' the night with his derful time was had by all. '

following circle meetings'on Tuesday been working several years for by her father last Saturday. It Saturday. and Those that attended church services '

k. :morning. Mrs. Robert Cubley: this trip. seems that the family was out Morning worship 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sunday were inspired by '

Igsve'the devotional, and Mrs. Roy: Key Notes fishing., and her father Harold Rer. J. E. Sherwood, pastor of Gainesville Clemmons special singing at both services oy WRGR

J.\ Chasteen. W. M. U. Chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson Sunday School, 10 ajn., spent Sunday after I
I Ridaught.; ,threw .his >pole, javelin noon with Mr. and Hrs. Miss. Barbara Jean 'Norman and RADIO
and Herbert have Youth Churcn O. E.
Jr. returned 7
presented the program the theme' j just style, into the bushes, behind one p.m. Crews. Miss Linda Gaskins.

I ... }'t of j which was' "The Doors South.'I from a week's vacation in Wilmington of which was the hapless June. Wednesday Prayer ,Meeting, Don't forget church services'
Mr and on
I, Mrsv D., Mrs.. Del. where they were 7:30 PJO. : Mrs, R. M. Cadell]
Peyton Fred Ellis
We hope she will soon be better spent Sunday prayer meeting on Wed-

and .Irs. John Camp took part inprogram. the guests of their,daughters and: and are thankful that it didn't Adult Choir. practice, 6:45: p.m. their-Sunday daughter Sanderson and Visiting nesday and choir practice on Fri! THE STARKE STATION

''V!'. .- Mrs. Ted Oglesby presided sons-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Fred hit her in the eje! ._ Wednesday. law. Mr; and : son-in- day. Come and be with us at
'Mrs. James
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ladies Council, lit and 3rd Craw
tt. ,at the business AKEYSTONE Patty Mae and Joann Holmes, Heilbronn whenever you can. We .
.. ward and their Tuesday nights. DOLORES GRIFFIS'"Electric
Szymanski ford.Visitors
respective _
small daughters of Mr. and Mrs. 0' of the J. O. Caldwells. need you to help us to better serve ,
children. Everybody welcome to each -
Paul Holmes, have recovered from jour Precious Lord and Saviour. -
on Sunday'"ere Mr.. and :
< service Mrs. J.
Donald J. LaFlaur of -
Mrs. measles. We hearthat, Dotty Har- I R. Par e1] and daughter of Lake George ,Huggins Reports; That Bil"wa -
Chicago is.a guest in the homeof
L JEWELERSExpert denbergh had a particularly severe Butler! and a group from Bradford County attended -
HIWAT Pineherst
Ga ',and
and Mrs. Herbert Nelson,
Mr case but is back in school now.The Florida Fair's Association paid for April -
Watch Repairing, having arrived on Monday after |$00 ASSEMBLY OF GOD I Mrs. J. L. Shaw and son of Lake
S : Summer Round-Up was meeting this week in the interest.
Quality Line Jewelry is aunt t G. SL Oaborae, Putor Butler and her mother Mrs. Was- -
'Mrs. La an
noon. : held at the school on Tuesday of den of Waldo. of a better Fair for'our"county. Entertainment Contest Now Going
q- Walter Sunday School, 10 a.:
'- M, ,Muhlhofer- of Mrs. Nelson's. m. Morning -
this week, which another Every in the should
means county
.b If you See a little girl with two Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic .Mr. and Mrs, Fred Cannon I person Send In Your Post
school feel
is certain
year nearly over. More their daughterand I a responsibility In the O.
Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday mother Mrs.
on that next week. weekly prayer service. Invitation Julia Hingson. spent Saturday :progress of our county. A good .C A Gala Evening

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Local. teen-agers who have lived extended to everyone Live Oak visiting Mrs.- Cannon's'I County Fair is one of the best For Two In Starke. Name The
: here 'to .lour
since they were small, will brother and family.Fred Hingson. ways promote our county. It s

probably remember their school- CARD OF THANKS ,Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner : beSt, way to show what we 5 Mystery Vocalists.

OffersSERVICE' mate Douglas Graham. Douglasnow turned Monday from Banner Elk, I have., Plans are being rrvide BOW

lives at'Atlantic Beach, and My heartfelt thanks to all who I N. C. where they attended the for a County Fair this falL

p is a member of the Red Cross Life extended comforting sympathy Miles-Bunch Cattlemen will do well to keep
S. Needs
For Banking
Your I
CHECKING< ACCOUNT SAVINGS ACCOUNT Saving Corps at Jacksonville and helpin my recent 'sorrow. 1 born-flies and lice off their'cat- Listen! Listen Listen!

Beach. He'gained recogniton the especially wish to thank: the Jones CVXBGREEN tIe. External parasites live on

SAFETY DEPOS.IT BOXES other day when on his first day Funeral Home and Rev. L. S. Wil BAPTIST CHURCH blood from the ntrnL. A DDT

LOANS of duty, he rescued someone from liams' for the toeautiful .service, and BHC mixture will control

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community. the surf. An article to that effect and those who served as paUtoear-: Sunday School 10 a..m. Preu] :: flies, }ice' and ticks. These can : t49OKCS .

$ KeystonelleightsFIa. appeared in the Jacksonville ers. For the lovely flowers and I. tog 11 a.,Training: Union 6:30 be bought for livestock use and -

'\ Member F.DJ.C. papers. Douglas 'is' only 15 years. other kindnesses I am' also deeply p..m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer ready to mix with water. Commercial I -

-old. gratefuL-Rev.' S. J. Crady. _:1 Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. .. companies havetheir,
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I Is I Inspiration' \Vii Js H. E. Waters And WOW Plan

I ,. For LbVe'ty l. ShbWe'f! In Valdosta ChurchThe Joint MeetingMembers

Miss:lu Green !fi marriage tr- i -_ wedding'of Miss Alice Faye of the Supreme Forest of
Wodlman Circle and members
Newman and Harold Edward
to William Bishop, HI.-will bean
Waters was an event of April 12 WOW will have a Joint meeting
event of June 21. was the inspiration nightat
at the home of Rev. J. F. Farris in the Lions Den Tuesday

1'.- .-- _:-Y given Thursday evening May 15. 1 Church Valdosta Ga. be initiated into the Circle at.this1 .
I9 __
I NiTh\\Carolina CeremonyAnnBunch at the W faii's Club. Hostesses The bride is the daughter of meeting. Plans will also be'

for the- affair were ')Mrs. Garl ir4': I. / \\ c' _ _$ _______ Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Ne\m1an' made to attend the district con-

Miles I Mathews Maxie Carter Sr. and her maternal grandparentsare vention in Perry.
Weds Billy F. ,"Mrs.: will
M i\ r1 Mr..and Mrs. Lester Kite. Hostesses for this meeting
I Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. J. iD. .
: :_ : Mr. Waters is the son of Mr. be Mrs. W. L. Andrews chairman.

.MIss, ,Martha Ann t Bunch DuPre, Mrs. F.; B. 'Beard, Airs. % .._.' : and Mrs. W. O. Waters of Lake Mrs. Eunice Wilson and Mrs. T.
duughterofl4r.and; Mrs. GeorgeH. Margaret- B'l&nkenship, Mrs..' Tyler --- j .r Butler. He is employed with the C. Chastain.

Buw-h,of Banner Elk N. C., Joijes, Mrs..' Maie" Carter. Jr.. '. Hudson Paper Co. in Palatka)I'' All members of the WOW and

and Billy Franklin Miles son ofMr.'and a'nd'Mrs.; T, B., Harding, Sr. __ where he and Mrs. Waters will, Circle are asked to be present.
Earl Miles of %' -' E te'k ,
Mrs. ,, The': club house was I beautiful1 j I eL !, .,2 make their home at 2809 Lemon i'
Starke were united in marriageSunday for
i afternoon at 4 c'clock in of pink roses, snap dragons, ji i O )>>

the Banner Elk Presbyterian Easter lilies gladioli and Queen PATIENTS ADMITTEDTO I
Rev, A. C. Swofford, -1t __
Church.. Anne's lace. placed. at vantage ,BRADFORD HOSPITAL
grandfather of the bride was the :-
points throughout.The omir
4iUF .
officiating,minister. _! The following patients were admitted
,refreshment table in the
The bride given in marriage by to Bradford County Hospital -
sunroom was overlaid with an in- I RENtellTAHAVE ND
her father,,wore a wtyte gown of ; during the week: '
_- ported cutwcrk cloth and centered A DAISYf,1tt.V
lace' and net, over satin and taf ,- .__ a Ethel Louise Phillips of Waldo, .
feta. The;fitted bodice: was fash- $i. with' Pink rcsfcs" in' A crystal Alfa Marie Eiland of Jacksonville t I .
bowl flanked by six tall'holders : \
icrieci with inlt: tapers:
the princess skirt alternated in cj Dainty cakes:Iced in delicate pink 'sWornan's. pictured above is part of the cast taking part in "Memories"skit I Gibbs of Lake Geneva JamesR.
lace and net tiers that extended s..Cluht. Haisten, Agnes C. Bleasdale
last 1st row [l-rl Eve-
and green,mints and nuts w reserved at Woman's Clufi May Breakfast
into .s:' chapel train. Her fingertip < Helen L. Black, Esther Grace
-Chuck Newcomb, Mara Ann' Payne, Brenda Lewis,
on crystal trays. lyn Sinclair,
illusion veil was attached to Btedktdst Brown, Ruth D. Sturdivant of
a lace: coronet edged with seed I Greeting the quests as they arrived May, Standing (I-rl Patricia Ptllum, Shi Ann Smith, Archie Green, Elaine Florahome George Michael ValIdejuli -

pearls and she carried 'r a were-MrVF, B. -Beard and Sykes Linda.Sale, and Mary Agnes \btte.
bouquetof of Florahome
Th med and Roxane .
4 -
I Jones Standing in the Uses .. ._ .. .. C uaM
flowers 1'- Mrs.'Tyler : & 'f" .r. P. 4 S ,
spring centered witha 1 -;-=, VaUdeiuli of Fl_ rahome._ ____ -
white orchid. "'t" ....fa l 't, ? I receiving line were Mrs Garl Memories' Also Daisy E. Stewart n Mary J. PLUMBING AT ITS BEST
< ,. thews-Mrs.. >Maxie Carter, 'Sr
Miss Georgiana Bunch, sister of iff" -: I ; ; __4 _' t .uI-: Akeridge Ruby Roena Newsom.
.. I 1 ''Smith the honbree, ECONOMICAL PRICES -
.',. } f:'; Hogan 7 i Lillie
thej>ride, was maid of honor.1 and Boree of Green Cove
1 and hen mother, Mrs., Lex Green. ',, S 'a;);
ware a waltz length dress of -yel1 .< .I j Mrs. Margaret Blankenshlp Invited Mrs,.C. M,'Washburn. of Tampa I. Springs Kenneth Lester Tannerof See Us For Complete Jo6s
brocade tafetta and net,< designed 'r-', ; '! "f' : State Past President' of I the Flonda' Florahome, Agnes Andrews Of
: the guests to sign the gUest 'j;
t with a draped neckline t Federated Woman's" Clubs, ___ Lake Butler. Vida L. Dyal and On FHA Title One
with bow .and streamers in the i ; tac I book which was-- kept by 'Miss was hbn red guest and installing Adeline P, Dodd of Keystone
:' Loans
Sandra gueststo
back. Her headdress was a yellow 'j- JonesInviting; officer rat\ the' May Breakfast" ofthe'Strk Heights.
hat,,with ,trim of small flowers $ I' the'te -table were Mrs.-Jt H. .'{i : Woman's' Club held Colored Admissions were William !-
DuPre and Mrs. T.: B. Harding, PLUMBING: AND HEATING
andjlirtation veil. Sr. Wednesday of last week in the ij.kt: HV"I I IS Walker of Baldwin. Rosa Lee

The bridesmaids were Mrs. ,- club house'. ? Harris Vora Lee Williams and -4

Maxie Carter Jr. of Starke, and : ; '- 'Assisting at the punchf table The club'was beautiful for theoccasioncarrying Archie Smith Jr., of Maxville.
Miss Carol Thornloe bf F6fest\1 *F4U M&iflti' ij were Mrs. We'd! Yance'y," Mrs.: M. cut the Morn- __ S

City! N.'C.. a'cousin of the bride.Their I : 34 *l' Idred Cuttino, Mrs. Guy'Sale, and {rig in-May theme'with blooming, i- .1
drsses'were I, Mrtr.-M.' H. Shepparfc Others:1IS- 4 i L
in pale green | magnolia1' trees and.arrangements 'NOTICE; TO DEFEND
and styled like that of the honor stating in caring:1or! the guests' at .pi lk and red roses and other .; ; !. Circuit court,,Bradford County I
attendant' and the bride. All attendants were Mr. J. E.; HUd bran, Mrs."J.B. : summer flowers ,placed at vantage .,, S Avis C. Brown: In Chaucer Plaintiff, ,'&. (Ueor-
carried bouquets 'ofspring : Hardy, Mrs. E. D. T IY, Mrs. .5 ge R. Brown, Defendant.

flowers showered with L: D. Haines, Mrs.. L. H, rJen points throughout. The man --:_'______-., ___' '-0 .__-, 0 _' __ Case No. l n!.&-47--
tel in the lounge was banked with Aotloe To App..ar-
yellow,and green ribbon. I Dings,:Mrs. J. A. Griffin; MrK:<;W;I magnolia leaves and centered Shown at May Breakfast are [1-rI Airs. A. R. Norman outgoing To: George it. ,Brown, whose real-
*, B.ParkS. Miss CarolYn. Vickers, and address is; 11)518) Samoa
1&vfiles had as best man with: an artistic fan-shaped ar- president Starke Woman's Club: Mrs H. B. Peyton, newly installed Avenue Tujunga.. California.

Maxie.Carter Jr. of Starke. Ush- erswere Robert Turner of the and Miss Barbara Blank nsb1p: I rrangement of long stemmed pinkf president: and Mrs. C. M. Washburh, past president Florida Federation You 'are hereby, ot1fled that a -
suit for
Invited to call between the divorce
e__. ..Jt _-d State Farm. and Jim Chasteen of Ses. Also on display in the of Woman's Clubs. has been filed against,yon in S the
-'" hours to nine o'clock
'f- eight
: :t were
!! Starke. above named Court DEglC
Mrs. and and
lounge the painting by cause
'\\I: "t\f"4' "" '''''i'f.'t i was
225 guests. you are required ,
} <' Following the ceremony a re- I which to serve copy of
C. L. Scholl past president
your answer pleading to the
f'iJn GifJ ception was held at the home of won honorable mention at the place setting. as a bride. The skit was accompanied on the Plaintiff's complaint TARKE _FLA.
,, table Mrs. Lloyd Green at-the Attorney Mabry A. Carlton, 4U'
the bride's parents. New Officers Seated at the' speaker's by
\ Women's Club
'' ." Florida Federated
,. .t t.. 1, ... Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville -
f'.1fft"1' fO THE ,; ,The'brids: attended high school Are Installed convention.The were past presidents of, the club, piano. 2, Florida Fri., Sat. May\ 23, 24
[; ,.. in Haines City Fla. and graduated and Mrs. .Washburn, Mrs. A. R. Mrs. Washburn gave an'' interesting and file the original in the office of DOUBLE FEATURE
;;a stage, where the skit"Memories the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
I24Zi U from Statesville Senior High; At PTA MeetingNew of a.May Morning," was Norman, out-going president Mrs. short talk before instal- before the ,
Statesville. N. C. She attended Van Allen mother of Mrs. Wash- ling the following officers: presi- 23 day of June, 1958! ; < Francis Covers The
zea ; un.' presented, depleted! scene on
a otherwise the
n Officers of Bradford High Paulk dent, Mrs. H. B. Peyton; first allegations of said
f t. ". Winthrop College in Rock Hill. the banks of the Suwannee River. bur 1, and Mrs. Dave complaint will be taken as confess
S. PTA were instaUed'bj Mrs. Robert master of ceremonies. vice-president, Mrs. H. C. Ritch; ed by you. Big TownWith
.,. C.Mr. Forming the background were S
r r 'If Miles graduated from Bradford Chapman Tuesday 'eve iill1g in I Mrs. Paiilk welcomed the second vice-president, Mrs. E. A. This each notice week shall for four be publishedonce Donald O'Connor
magnolia ''trees, oak trees, bamboo consecutive
.' High School and attended the m sic 'room of .the:'school: guests members of the Junior Hall third vice-president. Mrs. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- AND
,! and cypress logs. The frontof nh, ,
). .?!' Georgia Military College in Those taking office were: president -I the stage'was banked withmagnolia Wom n's Club. who were honor Junius Smith; fourth, vicepresident Bra Dated this 16 day of May, 19 a if. BORDER RIVERJoel
lt 'i'" Milledgeville, Georgia. He served / Mrs. Charles Darby; vice with guests, m m'bers of the Little ; ,Mrs. W. B. Mundy; corresponding (OFFICIAL SEAL)
I four years in the U. >S. Air Force .'president- Mrs. Martha Bales: magnolia blossoms. At''One side Women's1.Club, who were servingat secretary, Mrs.,J. H. Du Charles. ,Clerk A. Darby.of ,the Circuit Court McCrea Yvonne De Carlo

", and graduated from the Grawel I secretary, Mrs. Charles Bias; at the breakfast, and the past Pre; recording secretary Mi's. By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Plus Serial Chapter 11 and Color
I' was 'a' magnolia tree, and the.
School of Medical Research. He treasurer, Mrs. Guy Andrews.' presidents. She: _also recognizedthe Herbert Thomas; and treasurer 5-%% 4t 6-12 Cartoon for Kids.
other side
was a peach
is now a medicaL technician at Devotional was gtv*nby. .-Rev. 1 .' MeJthSdi/t WrS.C.; S..readies Miss, Dorothy Ross.
blossom. S '
Macclenny where the couple will Don Kokomoor; pastor of the who 'prepared the breakfast;"Mrs.W. In charge of arrangements for !. ClrcBlt OTICE Court TO, Bradford DEFEND Coa.f,.. SUN., MON., TUES.
reside after a wedding trip to St. Methodist Church.: The long dining tables were ;B. Parks and Mrs. Norman received the May Breakfast was Mrs. Florida In Chaaerr May 25, 26, 27
.A.'Gem Jewelry18'JustA overed with pink linen cloths Annie Ooetha Taylor PlaintIff. vs. DOUBLE FEATURE _
Augustine. gifts from the club for Foster Shi Smith -
Coach Jim -Temple; in chargeof fourth vice- Robert Taylor, Defendant.
the program, gave, a1 talk on 'and at Intervals down the length their work during the past year I president, with Mrs. Dave Paulk. Caws Xo. 12-552 Tammy and the

Beta Sigma', Phi Safety hi Driving aid; Drivers of the tables- were magnolia. leaves DUring th'e breakfast a delightful -I social chairman, as co-hostess. Aotlre To: Robert To Appear Taylor: whose resI-
shaped lily and centered BachelorDebbie
as pads
skit, written by Mrs. Dave The Little Women dence is
Edu atian. Bobby Shiuiiloi lieutenant who served : Vidalia Ua. and whose

To Meet Monday: of the High School Safety with pink:! table'was'rose blossoms.centered with Thespeaker's Paulk'and nar'ratedby Mrs. E. L. the tables were Glenda Underhill Farm.address State is: Road c/o to Ueorge Lyons. Matnis V idalia Reynolds Leslie Nielsen

Patrol, gave a resume' of the dutyof Matthews was presented. Taking Vivian Garcia Lavora Capps Bet- Ga. 'and Walter Brennah.
The Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill a Safety pairo1ni i.A 1.. at boat-shaped piece of driftwood part were Archie Green as the ty G skins, Jean Moore, Pat Alvarez You are hereby notified that a And
suit for divorce
meet Monday evenl at .8 With' a pink sail .designed with
g Young Man, Chuck N wcomb as Mary Starling Virginia has been filed against you in the
certificate Lure of the
Progress Award
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Jack pink pompoms and mast. Swamp
a green the Barefoot above named Court and cause and
Little Bit from the Florida of. Boy.'Evelyn Sinclair, Darby Elissa Stefanelli, and Bar-
Clement 607 St. Clair St.f with Congress Parents The boat was filled with greenery as the School Day Girl Brenda bara Bates. you are required to serve copy Marshall Thompson Willard
of your answer or pleading to the
and Teachers receivedat
BetterFor Mrs. Ben Moxley co-hostess. was and' pink 'gladioli florets Also at Parker
as ; i
Lewis as the Teen Age Sweetheart complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney -
I th'e meeting: It was voted 'to one end of the boat was a china Mara Ann Preceding the breakfast a short Alan C. Winters. Jr., nit Florida Plus Color Cartoon for Children
frame and hang, the certificatein Payne as the business meeting was held in the Title Building Jacksonville Z,
Gem Jewelry Always .BaldwiI1-G 'dwin : miniature fisherman with fishing Masquerader, Judy,Dankel as the Methodist Florida, and file the original In the
the Fellowship Hall
school library.The1 and where office of the Clerk of the Circuit Wed. 28 29
Services What It Sells pole basket At intervals Senior Prom Girl, Patricia Pellumas the Thurs. May ,
following were nominated Court on or before the 23 day of
J, Mrs. Eve R. Godwin and LoganW. tew president 'Mr&; Ch s. along the length'of'the table were : the High, School, Graduate, new members of the club Mrs.as June 1958; otherwise the allegations DOUBLE FEATURE
;> Baldwin of Starke were married A.: Darby.said that a goal of 300 magnolia leaf lilly pads centered Betty Ann Simmons as the Foot- : of said Complaint will be -
.J' in a quiet ceremony Friday parents as :members was set for with pink blossoms. Places at the ball Shianrie Gary Snow, Mrs. Mural'Gardner, taken as confessed by you. The Deadly MantisCraig
i Sponsor, Smith as Mrs. Neal Lyons and Mrs. W. P. This notice shall be publishedonce
J evening in Folkston Ga. at the the new y ar: There are approximately speakers" table were marked by Sweetheart Sigma Chi Linda Glenn. each week for four consecutive Stevens, Ala Talton

t'1 First Methodist Church' by Rev. 600 parents and teachers hand painted cards of a boy on Sale as Bathing- fleauty, Sylvia Mrs. Paulk egraph.weeks in the Bradford County Tel AND

U. Samuel L. Doubltt.MR.2"4. who are eligible for membership.Others' the:"river tank fishing. All the Paulk as Broadway Entertainer, of J. & J.thanked Builders J. D. Warren on- Dated this 20 day of May, 15. House of NumbersJack
who are interested and mmbers and guests found a handmade (
Elaine Sykes as Church Choir behalf of the club for supplying Charles A. Darby Palance and Barbara Lang
willing to uphold the principles magnolia corsage at, eachBuffet. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Marlene Girl, and Mary Agnes Matthews
$33.75 the
ramp for the skit. Plus Color artoon
of the organization may join even By Marian L. Crosoy, Deputy. Clerk (
17 Jewels. fashion though they have no children in Luncheon Vlrs. ;;: 4t 6-1Z -
Beautifully WysockiIs
5X M case with new high curved .Lu -
Honoring Green Honor Guest Discuss
crystal. Nylon eord..Arrow LET US FINANCE YOUR '
HOME LMPROVEMENTS Pledges, Honored June BrideElectMrs. At Kitchen Shower Of CommunityThe : LE I

\ Party,. I 0. L. B asley and Mrs. J. Mrs Micheal Wyscoki the former United Church Women of

LOAN OR ABC PLAN .\\ By Beta Sigma Phi Wa., Kincaid entertained at a delightful Helen Hairies, a recent 'bride, Starke held a meeting May 16 at GET READY

buffet luncheon at their was honored by a lovely kitchen the Presbyterian Church, presided -
The Beta Sigma. phi, sorority shower given ty-MrS. Randal F. over .I.4&I FOR SUMMER 1
home. by Mrs. R. s. Mullins,
409 N. Walnut street .
held a,pledge dinner at the Garden Thursday of last week honoring Chitty at her home at. 472 W. presid nt. Mis. David Montgomery I ISave

ReS ufixit, Monday evenIng Madison street l last Saturday was in charge of the program, COMFORT
sr I ,- May 12.The.following. Miss Lu Green, popular bride- evening. "Th Community We Live In;"

were pledged into elect. A pink color theme was carried and Miss Florence Jennings talk

the sorority: Mrs. 'J.F. Blood A pink and white color. motif out in -the party decorations, in- ed on "work: of the Children's

$39.95 'worth.,Mrs. R...M<-Griffis, Mrs. was' used thro gho t the Beasley eluding two arrangements of pink committee". Mrs. Arlen McKnight on these Good-As-New Floor Samples

L. J. Kite Mrs.' Donald Koko. home for the oeca.sion.JThe buffet carnations and roses' placed on discussed the urgent dental care

Great value in this handsome moor, Mrs. Drew Reddish-Mrs.V table was overlaid with an imported .the"dining table and in the living needed for under-privileged children r ,,;

'Mw 17 Jem timepiecA. High E., Shuman, and Mrs. E. C. linen cutwork cloth l and room. S :, and Miss Estelle Long ; ,e& ODe 3-Seat

curved crystal Smith.. Mrs. J. D.-,'Warren;'president -. was centered with a wedding ring Games were' played during the District Director of the D pt. of I1 1

:read, the pledge ritual. attached to, 'a placque of, pink ,evening and prizes were won by Public Welfare, talked on the CUSHION GLIDERWas

The speaker table was centered -I roses with pods of delicately tint- Mrs. Eustis McKni ht, Mrs. L. D. "Need of Foster Homes."

'I with a beautiful bouquet 'of ed pit i 'and! white grapes. The ,Haines. and Mrs E. D. Tenly. t 34.95

Lj / yellow roses the'rol1tY"'a flower.-, rose buds ,were- attached, to the Orange sherbet pUnch was served Bop Party Given

,Also present at the dinner were top of the ring by wedding bells ,with small cakes, mints and nuts.

Mrs. 'Eve 'Godwin, sponsor, and caught with bows of pink illusion The honoree received many use- At Edwards Home NOW 19.95

lovann M92Aa \, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. dIrectoiwes1 :' and narrow pink satin ribbons. ful and practical gifts from the

McMno.M 19|*w tcrMtiM wilbiscsst. I i This was' flanked by low imported ,34 guests which were presented to Dianne. and Gayle Edwards
French porcelain rosebud candleholders 'her in a red plastic laundry basket were hostesses to a bop party last
{V Mayfee we should} bu Tour owa Bf ; Plan Trip with; pink candles. The Friday evening at their home on One Love Seat ;

placefSPECIAL To Silver Springs buffet was centered, with a Victorian -, W. Madison street. '

.. arrangement of white Mrs. SaIlings The party was held in the gar- METAL GLIDERWas : 9.

I .The 'Brownie. Scouts are plan, gladioli, and pink rosebuds in an age ,which was gayly decorated' '
n ng,on an, all day-trip',to Silver antique silver fruit bowl. I To Present PupilsIn with multi-colored crepe ,piper 29.95 0'

Springs "on Saturday. All Brownies -. streamers and balloons. The 50
Bridal place cards marked the Keystone Recital,
planning young, folk roasted weiners. NOW :
THIS WEEK to go must bring a' seating arrangement'at the four 16.95

slip signed by their, mothers when. card tables which.were centered Mrs. Evalyn T. Stallings will marshmallows and popcorn in be- .

BARBED WIRE meeting at the home of the leader with bud vases' holding pink rose present her pupils in their an- tween-'dancing to the record play-

STiEAMUNI$49!! Mrs.< J. D. Warren Saturday buds. nual spring recital Monday night I er.Mrs' I 'One Love Seat BUNTING GLIDER

s-ftIy UQdV* dfoI QAJ Podded"- morning at 9,o'clock. May 26, at 8 o'clock in the auditorium J. M. Edwards was assisted -
VVM tad drop...-.1 9 iml Mcw The hostesses'presented the of the Keystone Heights. by Mrs. Edwards Jr.-.and
qr> Their-regular meeting will be I
f $$8 90 held'Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 honoree of the occasion.with a: gift as"a memento* school. Standard, classical, and i Mrs W.-A. Edwards of Keystone i iHe WAS 37.95 -- NOW 27.95
.jcs; Inc. Fed.. Ta* ---' o'clock at Mrs.. W rr n's \ popular number will be played 6n' S
Mrs. Carl KnIght and Mrs. the pianoaccordion, and organ. .

20 Rod RollJ&J Mattie, Gahagan assisted in serv Pupils taking part will be Sylvia. Recent Births
Starke Garden Club
ing.. Dodd:Romesa Dodd; Faye Max- Drive A Little -- Save A Lot!

GEMJEWELRY To ,Install Officers Attending, this delightful affair well Dorothy HUl.,Dee Dee Har- Mr and Mrs J. T. Pons of t NO CARRYING CHARGE
s were .Miss Green, her mother, denbergh. ,Lane Jackson Linda Gainesville announce the birthof

,The Starke Oarden, dub1' will Mrs: Lex Green'Mrs.. C. J. Houpt, Chesser Shirley Chesses Renee a son born May 20 at Doctor's

hold an'installation of'.off leers'at Mrs. \W.- B. Mundy. Mrs. L., PDinkins. .. Linda HQJ. Marian Fred- Hospital I

BUILDING SUPPLIES a covered dish'cupper meeting ; Mrs. Oarl Mathews. Mrs., ricksSon, Marcla Grtffis: VonceflWillianf&fi. se. HART FURNITURE to

5ftft 's' L 'ading-Jeweler U QUALITY& stvc-U Ugaday .. vening....at.... ,:io qjctock _0.JPoweH* :,MrSv'T..B: ; Harding.Mrs. .' Dffe&S&tiaS Edward Mr. and Mrs. Jack Andrews ol ;
in the Parish House on Church Ned Yancey Mrs.. L. D. like Butler announce the birthof

I ,* ,J109iLCaliSt: 301 E- CALL Phone ST 3 STARKE FLA street. All members are ,urged to, Haines. Mrs. W. B. Parka S and VaInes' .and Glenda White-' a daughter on May 17 in Bradford P lONE 80 STARKE, FLA.

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.-....IW "-I_.._ .... 1 r.. .. _-I_1_ -9 THE M6OItE\ SISTERS Chief Resigns ; ; 5 ;-- 'd mi 11 ra -::i itl Stiff Ju?'AircraftT -: ;:.Igt'c-dig VY.to 1'.a"letter_ "'4&retched' -- by

I I --. i : R tkClubu: j Rl&ase-To' CityFdrnPlayground A iliort time ago Marc' Jackj.cn. -

They Provide Dose. Of Inspiration Efectiyeuy/ 7 7I ):.4" 'h'\\t r..Y tub II' : ; after appoval of City Council -

Sen. Tom Adams of Ornngp I, made: application for a surplus -

I For Amateur Furniture Refinisher [Continued fg>ra Page 11] s.gues'J speaker at ,th .' A fighter- plane model F-J. plane to be placed: in the

be notified that a... Navy PT-1 jet Rotary, Club. .Wednesday,,..discusjjns -, has been released to Starke by. City recreation area. No date for

IN THE NEWS I .. I training plane available. for the.!i present tunrest! !ia the 'authorization, : n of the Bureau of delivery of the plane has been

-- "'se :t -'. .-- the playground: If transportation Far J st_>,an4 bthcrf .tcpics? of Aeionautics., Washington., D. C.. set. _
I Iv provided frcm the Naval Air fp/eijul.,policy< that.Vere.under. .
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/ -- I IMr .- .. ,- Station in Jacksonville., tit\lQ1.1at Ulc, recent American.As-.1Ii -, -
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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondsonand and Mrs. C. H. Stevensonare 4r -. .%s I A letter, was read from the ..nn lJL lrirUm." S .,, : -- -
I sons were in Miami Beach residing at 610 N. Lake St.1after I -- -. Florida League of Municipalities :.? 1fI), [Adams, who attended the -

last Tuesday to Friday attending moving here from Great) I '- t. -, urging the council not to endorsethe I I Aw.n; k'f introduced, by T- ILwal6o

the Southeastern IIo-.pl1! rra- Falls. South Carolina. Originally I proposed new state constitution p d'jvh :! P ,,!mcnzF1rida Uie, tlla t"i tJ

vention. Also atlrmiinj yeA :M -. from Kansas, Mr. Stevenson has: : because of certain provisions f $.a :11' .. r3 ten p'zI

H. C. Brown for tlr Me "'a; record been in the gas business for 23- : designed to d''a."f.ic lly. limit city i I :i hnP..i of usinessA,.poiitijjeligiou& ;.if. ., ,

Library and IJ.J'm'm; years. j I I government. The ccunclmen. decided a4.! d"' leaders.' : .L S
Smith as delegate of he Ilk,.,: alA James B. Wells has returned to < to postpone-any'a Uon un- .i9 .jM' i ?, I1. thtS"o Sat.: ,- May 24 OnlyLUG I Sun., Mon. May 25, 26

ary. Anchorage, Alaska where he will l tiT closer to election tune. casicn.r.incu.ded' Sen. Charley' E. DOUBLE FEATURE I
t Mr. and Mrs. G. S. ::, wc..lll I be employed in maintenance work 1- Sealed 'bids: were opened. for a',,Jobi1$ anpeakcr" .. ot. the, House > '

and son, Chuck, spent the week- with the Alaskan Railroad. Mrs. : f1. small house and' trailer behind IPi4c: EvCcnaer._sen, Adams_..saidj.h .... M-G-M sE'1S GLENN -
end in Orlando visiting Mrs. H. Wells will join him in a few L.-... \ the',fije station.i The highest bidder a.V Bradford., Ccunty! .was./ fprinspj.te -!, ." f:" S FORD T

I P.. Moye and Mr. and Mrs. E. W, weeks. I ./ .". ,by a good margin s NoegclBrothers' .Uklatc i 4Jthkt \ oUts small.fize ., :. ,':. SHIRLEY '- '

Newccxnb. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elrod Jr., ",,1 ; ; S I ng,other cpuo, \\t #1 the ,.stateftad i. .."lf.; r. .. MACLAINE- ...
Those from here attending the Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Marco, andC. \ -S Counoilwoman Ruby Johns pre-' ,,a.mqre inflyqiUal\\ rpresrntvtHe ; I \1.f j t t \. j

wedding of Billy Miles to Martha W. Colson attended the Liens tided over the meeting in the t\oq\ AP".t-h ;.Jf 1 ;atw, : 1 ; fr..1JIJ.l They called ?
\ \ 'said-.-that.Conner- was un- I' .... .;.; '.f''''' [
Bunch in Banner Elk. N. C. Sun Convention in Sarasota last week- absence of chairman T. C. Hazen., 'I'l/t him the -

day afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. efiH :: r % The next regular meeting will doubtedly the leading "candidate" i Ycu'i! Get A %,, STNGEP1'J

Earl F. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Dr. and Mrs. Josh Davis of Lake 1 1 ': be held June 3. I at the prsent time for the next j. I II I

ert Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie City \\cre recent guests of Dr. I .r y I'I Commissioner of Agriculture. ilTHRILllOn WmiAGUl'..

,Carter, Jr. and Mr.and Mrs. Jim and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. at Tax* SIde i I Two student leaders. Franklin j

Chasteen. Santa Fe Lake. II I i DelayedDue Ritch, president-elect of the Stu-

Gary Harris was host to his Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison Jr. I .T_..: -- .;$ :kz To I dent Council, and Frank Williams. : Every Corner I: I .
Cub Scout Den 1 last Thursdayat and family of Waycross. Ga. were 5--- I I secretary-elect were guests of the w cP!>u"s o.>iahaMETROCOLORj:>>

a theatre party. recent guests of Mr.and Mrs. Harrison [By Alice McGarvey] 'In a notebook, Edithhas; a list'4 "- club at this meeting. I it N The I, -.I GI

Mrs. Laura Simpson is en a Sr. of materials ured'and a resume' Tar &llector'n,J. R. Kelly an- It 'was announced that the I ( I I i Plus "Jerrys Cousin" Cartoon -
month's vacation in Clarion, Pa. Mr. and Mrs M. H. Ernst and A large dose of encouragementand of/the work. "It cost less than nounces that the annual sale of Ladies Night, originally scheduled| $treets '

visiting her mother.Mr. family of St. Augustine were, recent 'pleasant ,visit was the re- $14 for the materials*he said. delinquent", tax property will not fcr next week, had been post-,! I II I i "

and Mrs. C.'W, Turney and guests of Mrs. V. S. St. John! suit.of a recent short'call at the I First the old finish had to'be be, held, on May 30 because the poned. : OVj I
family of Leesburg were Sunday and family.Mr. home' of Edith and Rosa Mooreof removed. For this she used a var court house will be closed. for-the Tues., Wed May 27. 28

dinner guestS, of Mrs. C. M. and Mrs. Arthur H. Morrisof Heilbronn. % I nish remover Strypeeze, -put on Memorial Day holiday. Debbie ReynoldsIn I 4 Lareao
Turney and Mrs. Carrie Ward. Exeter, N, H. have moved into We have been putting off a job I with a small! brush, a small area i The sale will be completed FAMILY.FUN STORY

Friends, of Archie Green and 1 the Jimmy Moore house at 613 of furniture refinishing and whenwe !I at a time, and wiped off with pa- Saturday, May 31, at'9 a. m., Kelly New 'Tammy'Pkure : J c b.kj TechnicolorAND \. ABOUT TODAY'S :\ f

Surge Searing: will be interested' So. Westmoreland St. which they heard that the sisters had I per pr a soft cloth. When all said.Rites. At Park 1 I MARRYINHASTETffP4.AGESt f\1.;;,

to know that they were successfulin have purchased.. The Moores have completed refinishing a whole 1 finish was removed the wood was I .

their try-outs for the Universityof rented the downstairs apartmentat suit of dining room furniture we wiped clean with turpentine, rub SaturdayFor Debbie Reynolds plays her first I ", .,- Ii'

Florida Band and will be members the Gay house. 247 W. Madison stopped for a talk I bed smocth with medium and '- character role that of an\ unm- f ,: <';(" : ; 1 .:;

of that organization when street. "I wouldn't mind starting right,I fine sandpaper and steel wool, .tors. SchofieldAt hibated girl from the remote Mississippi t. ." #I'f. :! "

,they 'enter the- univenity next Mrs. M. A. Payne's and Mrs.L. over again if it needed,it," Edith I then stained_ with walnut stain. River bayou country in L ..., -!..i'\li.r
B. Register's third, graders said, but she ccnfess. that she 1.I Next. three applications of a I New River "Tammy and the Bachelor," com I ;,:; .. .. ,/ > .

fall.Mrs.. Sue Fisher of Pensacola is visited the Jacksonville Zoo on had stitated to start because it i wood-filler. Vitra Seal was the Annie. Kendrick'i.-.- Schofield ing to the Park Theatre Sunday. ; ''' '
I looked like a big job. Once stal't- Mrs. Co-starred with Debbie is Leslie I j .. ".
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus Tuesday. one used and resanded smooth .. 'l'
64, of New.River, died in a Starke I I't_.., ,.' ...._._ ,_ _
this week. I Miss Madge Middleton's first d- she added, she njoyed I the after each application. Waxingwas nursing home Wednesday, May Nielsen, a handsome newcomerto L"Th-gwi 5: -' _

Mrs. John W. Griffis has returned -\ grader visited the Highland Zoo work.Most the last step and everyone of 14, following several weeks' of thf screen, :who play\ a sophisticated IlaI&I.iMtLk.p: -
to her home in Ochlock- on Thursday.Mrs. of the work was done by the three waxings. waS. also rubbed illness young, bachelor wh tni n 1f1/f.1l/ Clmft1 (.tit

nee. Ga. after spending the week Effie Johns had as Satur- Edith because Rosa is. emplcyed to produce a smooth"surf ace. Schofield was born February -i cou&ters .pebble,, a.. barefoot sass A CJ.llI'lU'oC1IJI( ''':
Mrs. e'I
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. day guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frank at the Starke Elementary Cafeteria The sisters' caution anyone us- '28. 1894 to the late Ollie and raised on.fa, shant'yboat: by, her
P; F. Stump. Kenney of Lakeland Miss Rosie and has less time. Some 4-H ing a varnish remover to. keep Sarah Thurston, Kendr ck. She gran fa het.Walter s? Plus "Finnegan's Flea" Car-

Mr.and-Mrs. W. A. Stern and Zlttraner, and Miss Bobble Turner girls helped take off the old finish vinegar handy to neutralize it if' the widow of Horace B. Brennan.' veteran character loon)

daughter Miss Louise Stern, were of Plant City. Mrs. Johns also on part of the table and it gets on the skin. They were was actor, plays Debbie's Bible

'visiting Mr.and Mrs. W, G. New- had as Sunday visitor Herman Home Demonstration Agent Doro- rubber gloves. They say, too,' that' Schofield.Surviving is one daughter_ ..Mrs. quoting,moonshine-makmg grand- I Thur., Fri. May 29, 30
bern at Lake Hewitt on Sunday. Jones of Fort Myers.Mr. thy Ross advised on materialsand care must be taken to put the Bernice E. Pollard of Phoenix, father, an oldtimer of the MissIS-

Little Johnny Torode: received and Mrs.. W. H.- Nollman method. stain on evenly, nottoo, heavy i in Arizona;, two brothers, Ollie Ken- sippi bayou country. He raises
a broken shoulder bone Monday were visiting Mrs. Miriam Kick- The walnut suit consists of a 'one spot. drick and Alton Kendrick, bothof his granddaughter on a riverboat, '

when a bicyclist; ran over, him. liter .in St. Augustine on Sunday.Mr. table with extra leaves, buffet, I New that this big job is finished -, Columbus Georgia; two sisters, preaches sermons whenever he
Friends o! Mrs. Elton Smith and Mrs.'T. J. Griffin, Miss china closet and six chairs. The with so much success the'two Mrs. Addie Moon of Atlanta Ga. gets a chance, and winds up in t t '-

will regret to hear of the sudden Annie Darby, and Mrs. T. G. work was done partly in odd moments -I sisters have their eyes on'a couple and Mrs. Mary Jones of Corinth, jail for making his! own particular COLUMBIA PICTURES presents% *
death 'of' her brother, Arthur C. Ritch attended the funeral of with a few days of inten- of tables in the living room that Miss. brand of corn liquor. I A WARWICK PRODUCTION

Boatwright, who died at his homein Hugh M, Griffin in Waldo last sive work and was completed in are scheduled for the same treatment CHARLES NIGEL Jose Ferrer
last I
Funeral services were
Wilmington Calif. Monday Friday afternoon.Mr. abcut a month. in the near' future. Lawtey Post OfficeIn i COBURNPATRICKWENDY I
from the J ew River
'afternoon. Mrs. Smith will join and Mrs. R. S. Moseley and Saturday I /; i ctI
Baptist Church, of which she was I Ia'member'with New Quarters
her family at the home of her Mr. and.Mrs.T. J. Lay field of Miss Ann Harrison of Marion, R. C. Pekie Funeral Rev. L. L. Parker ,: HILLERNQWTO .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Fort White and Mrs. Corine Pur Miss Patricia Lou- I ',.
Ala. is visiting officiating Interment followed in Lawtey Postoffice moved Tuesday < '
Boatwright In Alma Ga. this vis 'of Gainesville were Tuesday Held Saturday ( MURDER \ y-rA Joanne 'Jin
don this 'iweek.i ; the family plot in the New River to new quarters ,in the Grif-
weekend for the'' 'funeral.Mr visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. : Gbe Backus
Champion is in Fort Myers : .
i Don Bui-ialIn ChicagoRudolph cemetery; fis building on"Lake"8t.New I f a.u.d, *
,-. and Mrs; T. -E. Stricklandof Herlong. i this week attending the Forest Active pallbearers were Albert owners of the building, A'RtqwgqESI lt Gena Rowlands
Belle Glade and Mr. and Mrs. Among those attending the t
Management meeting as repre- Carl Marvin.
Pekie. 78. died; Moody. Floyd Wiggins, Chester Jim Rosier and his son I
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J. J.. Moore and family of Way- convention in w.to KATIE JOHNSON I L- s WlL _
American Legion .
sentative of Bradford and Clay at his home in Keystone Heights Andrews Reddish Andrews R. H. had the interior cf the building --- ,_._ --
Scieen Ply by JOHN PAXTON fi
Ga. were weekend guestsof Lakeland this weekend will be
cross : 1 County Foresters. early Friday _morning after a Green, Jr.. and Zedra W. Hamil- repaired and redecorated. The Ciretied ul MGf FATMCKfioduul Plus '"Weasel Stop" 'Cartoon
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lang and Bill Graham, Guy Andrews, Arch and Frazier Shaw and : t; Jti; r.'JtTCN
Mr. Mrs. brief illness. He was born in Chicago ton.: move had been planned for May
Mr; and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Thomas Jr., Buddy Bishop. Albert Bennett and children r r @ ,
Ovid fix- .
Mrs. Ill. awaiting .
on Jan 6, 1880. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof 1 but was held up Iii
MrVand N. B. Rosier and John and
Mrs. Lee CrosbY Grew.
the weekend at the Shaw
family, zpent- the weekend with Ben Suslow. spent Mr. Pekie was 'a retired draftsman Starke was in .Charge. of ar: tures. Plus "Juugler of Our Lady'1Cartoon. "GET MORE OUT OF LIFE,
cabin at Springs.Mrs. having been employed with : Postmaster Mae Wells and her
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns in Lake Mrs. P. S. Denmark is visitingher W. B. Thompson, Jr., underwent the Western Electric Co. In Chicago lan ments. assistant Miss Enza Blanchard GO OUT TO A

Butler. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. surgery in the Bradford for many years. Per the past say "We love it. It is so bright
Mrs. Erma Netherland of Louisville and Mrs. Joe Thomas in Crescent County Hospital on Tuesday.Mrs. six years he had lived in retirement Pack..70 Cubs and clean and attractive." MOVIE"I.

Qa. and Miss Frances Davisof City.Mr. Del Colley and daughter, in Keystone Heights. Get Promotions I I.
Augusta. Ga. spent the past and Mrs. George Miller and Jackie, Miss Mary Carol Bessent,
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. .
week with Mr. 'and Mrs. B. L. Mary Lou Edwards were in Mar- i Mrs. Ronald Griffis and Mrs. Hattie Sallach Pekie of Keystone I Tuesday Night -. -- -
Moxley. Jr. The Moxl ys also had ion Ala. over the weekend attending Myldred Cuttino .spent the week-
Heights; one daughter, Mrs '
'as weekend guests lr. and Mrs: the graduation of Jack I end fishing and pleasure trip Five members of Cub Scout
on a George Kaufmann of Starke; one i' I
0. C. Netherland Jr. and'daughter Miller from Marion Military In- aboard the yacht "Flora" in the sister, Mrs. Matilda Starke, anda Pack 70 were promoted to. the
Jone, of Louisville, Ga. stitute. Webelos Den and four were advanced ,I
brother. Emil Pekie, both of
$1.00 down, $1.00 wkly. will Rev. W. S. McAliley is in Miami Gulf.Mr.. and Mrs. George William Chicago; and four grandchildren. to.:Bey Scout.ranks at the I '

pnrthase a 19 yr.' warranty automatic Monday to Friday attending the Bishop n of Grundy Va. and Funeral services were held Sat- regular Pack meeting in the "
gas hot water heater at meeting of the Synod at the Miami William Bishop I of Wil Methodist fellowship hall Tuesday i 2PhfB/2tJ'CIE/
urday at 2:30: p. m. in the be-
Blade. Gas'Co.. Call 121. IT Church. eight. ,
Springs Presbyterian I liamson. W. Va. arrived Saturdayto i Witt C. Jones Chapel in Starke, -
Mr.: and Mrs. Lester Crews at Mrs. H. E. Bradley is in Orlandoon visit their son, George Bishop, with Rev. Roland Frerking. pastor 'Promoted to Webelos were Drew \

tended the Pharmaceutical Convention business for several 'days. I' HI. who underwent an emergency of the First Lutheran Church .of Groover, Steve Whitehead. Don- AUTDMAffC JfASHER I

In Jacksonville Tuesday Mrs. Sam Bleasdale is confInedin appende omy last Friday at Gainesville officiating. ald ,Carter. DonLee; and Barry Wil
and Wednesday. Bradford County Hospital following Doctor's Hospital.Miss Smith. 'Advanced to Boy Scout
Following the services here
the '
Mrs. F. W. Strickland had as surgery last Thursday.Jim Sylvia Paulk was vocalist body ranks were Herbert Sellers, Mich-
> was taken to Chicago where
Sunday guests Mrs. J. F. Gregory Yarbrough of Winter Havenwas -Donnig Thornton 'and
with the U. of F. Car-Tunes Orchestra burial was held in St. Lucas ael Frick, -H tHler1
and daughter, Mrs. Bill Dorflinger,, the, weekend guest'of Harold at the Junior-Senior promin Cemetery on'Tuesday.Mr. Steve Whitehead. .
Bob Elchuck and Mrs. J. R., '
Mrs. Davis.
Palatka last Friday night. On 1 Pekie'was a member of the It was announced: that a new
Turknett of Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Izler of !
Miss Paulk was
Monday evening Lutheran Church. patrol would :.be* formed in
and' Mrs. Mack Futch were Ocala spent the,:: weekend with a featured entertainer at the' Boy! Scouts with Jack McComb 1 AUTOMATIC LINT FKTEKA -

at'Miami Beach last Thursday to their daughter, Mrs: R, S. Mul- Fisher Variety Show at the Agri- as leaderand Don Thompson as-

Sunday attending the Florida Bar lins. and family. cultural Fair at the U. of F. Frigid Winter sistant. It will be called the Beaver AUTOMATIC SOAP OR ____ ._ ,

Assn. convention.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sale cf Mrs. H. H. Adams has replacedthe C sed. No Undue Patrol. L. DETERGENT DISPENSER 9 '

J. H. Mabry is attending Blountstown were overnight guests former Mrs. Eve Godwin as Ninety Cubs and parents attended AUTOMATIC RMSE CON- '

_ the Southern Baptist conventionin I Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Guy : receptionist in Dr. Adams' office. School AbsenteeismNo the.meeting,'with Webelos 3 TIONE&ER .;' f .

Houston Texas this week. I Sale.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Den winning-- ,the attendance .
Mr. and Mrs., L. G. Powell are and Mrs. George Hugginsand undue absenteeism last '
and Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, winter plaeque.:Den 5 received the award Plus, can't overload 0 OE.6S4-N
visiting relatives in Hardeeville family attended the Metho- was attributed to the cold you 'hllc..aetldhrbea'v
Jr. were Douglas, Ga. on Sunday placque. it even washes a 50,10
(- and Bluff tori, S. C. this weekend.They dist Church Homecoming in Mac- visiting- friends. weather, according' ,to School :.- 'Refreshments were,in charge af 5' z: 7' shag rug. $2" ,ot.51 t. WEMKLEmEEUCUIC $229.95
were accompanied there by clenny on Sunday f Superintendent H. P. Morgan Den3.! All deluxe features _, DRYER
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan who will Mrs. W. H. Nollman spent a I who reported there was no_ sharp or full 9 l Ib. capacity.<<; Per Week '

make an extended visit there with few days t.bls.weekin St.Simons Funeral MondayFor increase through the cold months.It i :'i: .
relatives and also attend the Island Ga. with her sister, Mrs. was pointed out that sharp .' County. Docket S

graduation1 (0f. her nephew, Bobby T. W, Oliver. Mrs. GradyIn increase' last October. and November Has Check Charges t- ,..4 .- .

Gahagan. in Bluffton on May 30. J. I. Woods of Savannah, Ga Church Of GodMrs. was due.to a bad epidemic ;* _
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley entertained was visiting his brotherinlawand of sickness that swept the county :.Against, Three... : L

at a hamburger fry at sister, Mr. and Mrs.Ewell Ada Frances Grady, 71. school system. .
their home in Saratoga Heights Lawson'a, few days' this week.. died in a Jacksonville hospitallast The school head estimated that Worthless check warrants were r PHIIC04 DELUXEElectric _ J_ _
second only; to' the.1 usual leader,
ast1'rtdAY evening for ten friends Miss Agnes Lawson gf FSU and Saturday after an Illness of heating costs during the unusually ,
unlawful speed, last week according -
and relatives. Bill Morar of Fort Jackson. S. C. 'several weeks. A native of Pawtucket cold winter rose about 50 per Range
to -the docket of County'.Judge
Olin W. White Sr. is entering spent the weekend with Mr and Rhode Island, she had cent, but'even during"the 'severe ; .
T. A. Yawn. There were .
.St: 'Vincent's Hospital Thursday Mrs. H. A. Lawson. resided in Starke with her husband months there were"few"'elass- 4 cf LL.5
five worthless; ck warrants is NOT _
where 'he- '\\;ifl undergo surgery Mrs. C. J. Houpt was visiting Rev. S. J.. Grady, retired rocm heating problems. 1 sued, to three people and, seven $19995

'Friday: relatives in Lakeland Tuesday to .minister. in recent years. were' cited ''for unlawful speed.. $ ::4:5;: 'I
Mrs. Steve Weldon and Mrs. E. Thursday. Mrs. Grady was a member of Glen Ford Plays r
D. L. Cochran the subjectof
A. Haskins were in Tampa last $1.00 down, $1.00 wkly. will the WCTU and the Spanish- Crew was ..?! PHIICO DAY SPECIAL PRICE 1 '
Cut three worthless check warrants
4 1 Fridaywhere, they attended the purchase a 10 automatic Auxiliary. Cowboy. .
yr. warranty American War Veterans with each to James First time at this astounding low price- ; = ;
..wedding 'of.A.. .Raskins. Jr. 'gas hot water heater at Besides her husband., she is survived In Florida Film one and Albert going Battles. a push button, fully automatic electric -
'Miss Frances Landrum arrives Slade Gas Co. Call 121.. 4T b? a daughter Mrs. Hazel I range with deluxe Rotisserie! Why spoil 4'- '- fr
home Monday from Brenau Academy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chace of 'ij. Murphy of Connecticut: a son, I, Glen Ford plays an early-day Louise:.Avery Brown- was charged and waste food on an out-of-date range, 4 '' -' '-
:with- prostitution and being when bargain like this.FREE. 4
can own a -
with you "
a crew cut in ms
for her summer vacation. Gainesville were Sunday visitorsof Franklin J. Lee of Lake Mary; a 1 : /
Mrs. J, E. Wilson will return Mrs. Etta Hoover. stepson Andrew Grady of Ohio; new film The Sheepman" showing drunk. Glenn Shannon was cited 1'4

home Friday: after spending the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and three sisters Mrs. Nellie Voss of at the Florida. Theatre 'Sun. for drunkenness. -
Roman V. Bevttle was issued a .
past three weeks In Gainesville famil spent the weekend at California, Mrs. Bertha Palmer of day through Tuesday, i
warrant for fondling, Mitchell
The star, who favors
and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Spring Lake. of popular
Mr.' Maine. and Mrs. Eva Rogers : PHIICO S$43S3Wid
and daughter, Kathleen spent the: Mr. and Mrs. John A. Torode i Vermont: ten grandchildren and crew cut in private life as well as Brown, Jr for improper passing, < KOftomy en ..
his film roles lists the ,West Larry Cochran for disposing cf (! $25.00 ROTISSERIELuxuryapplianceinclud :
weekend at their camp In the are attending the National. Oil seven great grandchildren. early ;;_J 'i'i ,. futt-ttnyth pan storage .50
Scrub.. Jobbers Council and the American Funeral services were held Mon as one of his hobbies and claims property under lien, Bobby Ham.sfer ___ ,.,....... com$2
it' is mistaken idea that every petit, larceny John H, Page : absolutely free.Cooks Ii.u
a :T- Auto.aticaDy ov
I Charles Lawson, son of Mr. ancMrs. Petroleum Institute meeting in day 'afternoon at 2 o'clock in the :
H. A. Lawson of Starke will New. Orleans, La. from Mondayto Church of God with Rev. L. S. range hand used to wear shaggy for withholding support; Silas I -S :: '- turkeys of delicious roasts and foods.dozappliance heal outlet wrfoc. unto Per- Week
hair.hanging1 over his..ears.In Jenkins for improper tag and Jes- ens Speed *
be a candidate for a bachelor'sdegree Friday.Dr. Williams, pastor officiating. Bur, ,
se Will Dukes'' for wilful and
at Col- and Mrs. C. J. studies of photo- I
Florida Southern Houpt spent laiwasinthe Kingsley lAke il
Old'West wanton disregard for the lives and
lege's spring commencement' in the weekend in Miami attendingthe > graphs of the ,- :Ford
the Methodist ofLakeland' executive Cemetery. under the' direction of found that many cowboys cropped safety ofothersUniaifil .
Fk&fc Church meeting of the
.on Monday, June 2. He Florida Osteopathic Medical As- Giddens Funeral Home Jacksonville their, hai i as'short'. as the modern sped violators in- DEALER

will,.graduate twith a major. In sociation. :: day flat-tops.maintain l&ai ConsequentlyGelnn his- *early! C cluded:.'Turwin: Joseph Culpepper Sirmans., Johnny Edward Lee c ca :"H1 SWORTHY PHILCO. I

business- administration, Mrs C. H. Register of Tallahassee Pallbearers, were W. E. Martin, Datis : .
is historical! George1 Washington niim'ehn -
Joe. ShAwv'e of )ldenou, WJfouJs and.Mr: .. and Mrs. H. H. version of a "butch" ; ; a
Starke Fla.rJN.K .
I .- R. :Starling.-. T.- Kirkland, hanthentic: "-" ',-'- W siey Pr m1e. James -310 E.Cll.St. ,
spending Iii IiiI
; a month'withhia Resteter of Decatur Ga; -were test
Don Martin. H. A. Coleman, and Shirley Madame has the leadIng B. Bellflower! and Alton Chester ._ __II:1 II:1vJ :
uncle and aunt, Chief and Mrs. D. Fiidav overnight guests of Mr. Ford. I 1- =-. -_ -----5-' __: __- -- --- --
femine role opposite Hall
W. Carpenter. and Mrs. IL A. Lawson. Fred Smith.

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Grows In Value : VYYYYYVYTYVT YVVV i'enjoyed'' Sundayfanner' with Charlrs A. Darby. Clerk of the'Cir uft consisting of- Poor Huudred Fifty
; Bradford! Hospital l. Court, nradforCqunty. Florida. Thousand Dollars ($4 0OttO.OOr School
Mr, ,and Mrs.. Cuyle Wilkinson f Tax:School DistrictNumber
a'15 zt ,/_ Bonds of Special
Com' Collecting : _ _- : MAXYILLEBy l last Sunday.., I Is I Represented : 'eerlaU0a'One/*dated"May May-1of'1. 1338 eacfc: maturing -of-

: ,We. are all very proud to see At Conference CALL FOB BIOS the years 1939; to lea" both Inclusive -
.. .' more homes going up in'our community -' The Board of County Commissioners bearing' interest,. payable' semi-
Valuable/ Hobby .Bin.. U. B. fioUa of Bradfcrd County, Florida, will annually. at such rate as- shall be determined
I : ;, Joe Lucas has started anew Representatives from Bradford receKe bid* at 10:00 o'clock A. )I., upon the sate thereof not

Wr.r ,.... rYT .,!1..T..: home ithV;week for Mr. and County Hospital attended the I Monday June :. 19511 under their In-.etsess. six per ntUU1.t6<&) P"
1 MOSQuito Control Program for theoliowing
For BoysTwo annum, a more particular description
Mrs Gilbert Brown and family. ,
Misses Shirley Higginbotham Southeast _Hospital Conference f piece of equipment! : of said bonds being contained in the
> I Claude- Greene, is ,also building .Miami Beach May 13-16.: tl One (1) lns':Ue1dal Fog Machine Petition filed in this proofing.
and Mary, ', Kilgore,;)and Alvin i ancth r' house. oUi'poPulation! with automatic shut-off ,valve to DOiEXD ORDERED at fliarke,
brothers, Billy and Jimmy Padgett ana...James. Norman of Mrs. Virginia $mith, ,was. the be installed ortiVIruck in Starke Florida, this the 14th day rf May,
". i L I> slowly increasing. Maybe' wewill II I Florida; for-cn man operation.
Bowling,1 have a hobby that gets Highland droie'to'' Jacksonville 1 delegate, for the Bradford County Delivered F.O.B. ,Starke, Florida. 1958.:

more valuable every day. even If lastFriday night -and brought 1 'amount to- something. yet Hospital :"Auxiliary,..tors. Florence The Board of County Commissioners S/ CEO. 1.. FATTEN
: : I I Judge of .the Circuit! Court *f
they, do nothing more -about it. Miss Annette' Higginbotham' to A. ,Brown 'attended the ..meetingsof right of to Bradford reject County.or all reserves bids. the the Eighth Judicial Circuit of

They collect ,old. and rare coins spend the"weekend with Shirley I Mrst' Doss Higginbotham, Mrs.I Medical Records Library, and (OFFICIAL. SEAL any) Florida in and for'Bradford
and foreign money. and:Mary, They carried her back Ben Higginbotham, and Mrs. H. Hospital.AC" .Administrator R. Ed- Charles Ccurt A.Bradford Darby Clerk County.of the Florida.Circuit County. ( $/U 4t

Their joint collection is alreadyso R. Kilgore were Business visitors 1 mondson attended in that ca-
to her hcme- in;Jacksonville. Sunday .- 5/15. 2t $/!!

valuable they keep it in a safe. night: I in_jacksonYiileuMonday:. I pacity.. -
I Tile Circuit Court Of The Elfblh ,
'The ,mint' value is a little over Dan Parrish and Doss an4 Bu- We.regret that;. Miss Minnie' The conference: consisted of Judicial Cirrnlt Of The Mate Of I. IJI141fi111::

$500 ,but the market value' is ford Higginbotham 'enjoyed'a' ZelT-Hargroves is a patient in St. member hospitals, from,, Florida! ,I Florida. -I.IB ChaBCiry.THE And For. BradfordC'ouatj.

'much higher. Billy says: ''EVery fishing trip'to.Doctor's Inlet Sat! Luk 's Hospital in 'Jacksonvilleand Georgia Alabama:" -Mississippi I BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -

yea" the ccins go up in value -- urday'morning' .?' l i* wft wish her"a speedy recovery.',' Louisiana and Tennessee' I OF BRADFORD COUNTY, "':'"

sOme a dollar others -as' much as 1 Mrs. Sadie Nolan who has been FLORIDA for and on behalf of
We arcga.tolearn that Jack Highlight ,of *the;.nTeeting was SPECIAL:: TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
Wl": a patient hi the Duval County address Gov..Frank NUMBER ONE.Petitioner. !
Waters I is" getting along nicely an by ,G. Cle- :
'The 'boys Billy 13, and Jimmy. Medical Center'sin she fell and mlnt' of Tennessee '
> following a recent back injury;" on "R sponsl- \s.
12..are the "
t o getting along nicely and wil]. others
William E. :
Dowling Kingsley Patients.1 .
children and Ed' Waters' spent Defendants.
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Blijyls home frcm the'hos }
Lake in the 7th grade of ORDER TO SHOW CACSR
with President
Saturday Dorothy. :of the American{ Hospital I
pital'Thursday. TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
'Bradford high schocl, and Jimmy Waters and 'family.- : Association is Toll Terrell, THROUGH THE ST.TETTOR F.T Why be up to your neckin

'In the 6th at Starke Elementary. .S uper'TBc: Heldimmunity Administrator of JShannon WestTexas FOR TilE EIGhTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Smith an4'
Mrs. Tommie
Children I OF SAID STATE THE SEVERAL policies? You need
They recently exhibited their 4 : supper will be'held Memorial Hospital San
of Jacksonville and. Mrs. ; PROPERTY OWNERS TAX- ,
'collection' at the Scout Exposition Dowling Brothers And Coins.. I Earl Mosley and children visited 'at >the ,Maxville School onFriday ... 'Angelo'Texas C:' ';.. :.'. PAYERS, CITIZENS AND OTHERS only ONE for complete
:-Jn' Gainesville with.:Troop 70 and .. night. May 23. when the ; '. HAVING OR CLAIMINfi ANT
with Mr. and Mrs. < B.: Nolan RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST IN .
'won a.red ribbon second place] and family and Mrs.Hattie Nolan annual PTA supper will be given. Student 'c* PROPERTY TO BE AFFF.CTED BT property protection} -
another in the first century AD I i r gold-plated nickel. Some'counter- AMfamilies Art I IN
Getting interested in coins I are asked to bring THE .ISSUANCE BY THE BOARD
under the Roman emperor Pom- feiters had discovered that a few last Friday night. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF
t, \. their{ "-own individual supper and wOn Exhibit Our "l- QIicy home protection -
when their father them BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA OF
gave a nickels been'minted
pey. ,had that year Mrs. Claude Greene vWted'With I
spread it. with the other families i BONDS IN BEHALF OF SPECIAL package" insures you
few of minor value two years ago, Mcst rainy days find the boys without the cents m rk. They her daughter: Mrs Avery Slade ftI !' celebration'of the Close of another In BHS,_LibraryAn TAX SCHOOl. DISTRICT NUMBER against a long list of hazards
'the.boys have'learned much about working with their collection of ONE, HEREINAFTER MORE PARTICULARLY -
gold plated it and' passed as a I and family in Hampton fast Wed :school term. '

their hobby."An agricultural Etu- about 650 coins. Between 75 and $5 geld piece. We keep it as a nesday. Little CUf SlaM :return !;' ., art exhibit is attracting BE AFFECTED DESCRIBED.IN ANY OR WAY TO including fire .

Ident from ,'Jordan In the Middle 100, are foreign coins, 'which include curiosity." /, ed home with her for a'visit': :; much attention'in the high school .THEREBY: theft. .. liability..windstOrm -

East"was a dinner guest in their : the old Roman coins. Another help in their growing Mr.. and. Mrs.- LionTo Stage library. Being put on by the Art You and each of you are hereby r. falling objects
Buddj Browning required to appear on the 14th day of
home in Pennsylvania two years The textbooks to identify collection is in military Appreciation Club paintings are .aircraft damage .
they use that an uncle and Mr. and Mrs. Don EicheJsor .June, ,1958.! at 10:00 o'clock A.M. before -
'ago:When he ,learned of their inter and evaluate their collectionare service visits many foreign Supper Prior displayed that are works of its the Circuit Court of Bradford hail.. glass break ge .
and son.left Monday night for\ta : County, Florida at the Court HouseIn
&t. he'promised them some vehicle damage. ,,vandal)
by R. S. Yeoman. They also countries and sends them coins two weeks -visit in New York and 18'jnembers.This Starke. Florida and show caw

'Roman coins from his collection. have learned the history of some and paper money.. points of ,interest.Mr. .- To Installation is the first year in several nhy'ihe prayer of the Petition flied jim:. explosion.
His father a retired archeologist. coins. Before that In i the above entitled proceedings All tbtt > jUt ? policy}
starting on their present ,and 'Mrs. 'W.eIsgett an art club has functioned should not be granted and the bonds y *
'had found them, and the student In telling the story of one piece. hcfaby, both boys collected stamps C. of at' the school. Most of the members therein ,described and the proceadinpa ., .with one preo pgu/ call

planned to sell the collection to they laughed and said: "It turned and Billy ajeo collected rocks and Orange Park stopped for vjslt New officers of'. the Jones., have: expressed the desire to authorizing the Issuance thereof, us f,or detiil*.
validated and confirmed, said ,bonds
with Mr. and'Mrs. J. D. Bell and Langford-White1 Post
a museum in Philadelphia. In cut to be a counterfeit. Daddy arrowheads. .' American continue their work after schoolin

'e,spiUi cf'the fact that a large sum called and asked if we wanted an We wouldn't take $1.000 for our family and Mi. and 'Mrs/R. L. Leionill be r installed at the the form of commercial l art.

was offered he kept his promise 1883 $5 gold piece. Of course we collection.'" says Billy and Jimmy, from Harris'wt' FrIdaY enr ute hQnw regular honie meeting "in the "Legion The group. meets every two, LIVE BAIT BOATS H. C. W%'
several fishing'tIip Agency
o sell the boys the ten coins for did, but when he brought it agrees "because it gets more in the a Suwannee days RIyer. The installing Tuesday officer flight will May be 27.: weeks and features interesting ... COTTAGES S.-

$1 each. One coin was cast BC. home we found. that it was a valuable every year." Guy' discussions and demonstrations
"' ----- PTA Meeting Held Andrews who was installed as oy RUTLEDGE'S ,Phone: 1.6

The Maxville P. T.A. held'their- pjstrict Commander at the Department talented folks'f the county. '

,ShopportunitySWps last meeting: of' the term last Convention in.Lakelandl President of the organizationis 1 Mi.\ South of KeystoneOn 200 ,E. Call Street

Wednesday afternoon at the last -week.: Charles-'Prevatt'svice"; president Route 100

> Next Week; i school house The following ladies Preceding the 'installation, a is Mary Henderson' and secretary Starke.Fla.:

were.ins alled' as:officers for 'the free barbecued chicken dinner' is Kathleen.Conway.: Their sponsor .

.Next on June 5-6 ensuing ur n'Mrs. Oscar 'Harris, will r be served from '1' to 8 p.m. is T. L. Casey. "

., president?, Mrs. 'J.D: Bell vice-: for' all members of the Post and Everyone invited to view this SlUff Rent ft TradeR
growing club's exhibits this
their wives week
Notice,to bargain hunters: president? Mrs". }iigg1iboth.am "

There ,will be no Shopportunity secretary; Mrs..Earl,Cannon,, Officers 'to be installed' are:, in the library at' Bradford. High

.Days net week-due to the fact treasurer; and Mrs.' Ed Wilkinson. Harry 'H. R bb' Jr., Post Commander School. UflTH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

'that there are, five Saturdays in Devotional, ch .1rnian. -1- ; Seeber Goodman, 1st

'. : Wherein the Spring flys by; i fourths cup coconut. The C. B. Nolans Vent in. for Vice Commander; H. A. Bishop u YOU'LL LOVE tLe new Fdte1l -- -- -- -

,May.According to plan the cooperat- with the birds songs, I plant garden -. Mix all ingredients in order fishing all of ,last week. On Wednesday Jr.,, 2nd Vice Commander, ; Joe brook pursesizefountain pens lapastel :o WORDS OR LRS3. Oe I..rtlol i (MlaJ.Dai. Ckargt) ?_ .ra

ing ;Starke merchants are achedul. clean house, and help layaway given. Form into balls. Place on. ; afternoon 'the'' family, Gray;; Adjutant;; Kenneth Under,! hades. Only;f&os ai'Brad- EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :so -_.'., ____ 4. 7cr WH4

}ng two Shopportunity weekends the dear departed. cookie sheet, press each with a fished in Yellow Water Creek On I ?1inance-OfffcerAand: A.,L. Crosby lord County Telegraph.NOTICE' "' 30.% DISCOUXT ON HEPEA25e 'r INSEBTIOVS SAME AD

per'month, on the Saturdays near- If Christ had had a little brown fork. Bake in moderate oven. Thursday they were accompanied L Jr.t, :Service Officer.' r. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS. HT PAID I .ADVANCE.
est "the 1st and I5th of each I planted garden this week: by Mrs. Hattle Nolan Doss: Hig "All members 'of the Tost are ,

inqnth. Consequently the next dog.All have }it all planted but the Ford- ginbotham and Mrs. Ruby ,Dur urg d/ to attend *and/bring the u -' :TO< DEFEND' : CLASSIFIED DISPLAY '_S $i.s' Pet 'larh! First; fiierfl..
wooly and curly like mine. la :Clrcat| ( .IM PER I ('R'FOR B\ME AD II IRPR4TED '
Andr out-Bradford
wsVposteonin1e.nde'r. o n
'wifestated c y' y-Cou.jjr. : OR
Shopportunity. Days'will be. Fridayand With two silky ears and a nose hook limas ,and, sweet potatoes, 'rance-and.sons, :and R:..V. How p Florida: la Ct>a Mfry. ;,'. .A MORR TIMRf

$ turday. June 5 and 6. round and wet which .should be planted later. I I: ard. on a rough, truck ride' and I .'t.\Y e"espe ial y.urge u I I,CjppaEasteriing'lImbs! ; : ,; !, .plaintiff, CARDS. OF THANK'ct.. T* so wr.*ae ) I'- .7-" :"-' ..._! .
II all" PasVPost Commanders to attend \'s. James Kdwarcl'MmYbs": Defendant.j. OVRR BO WORDS .. .4 : 4 eWor4'
n -- C..ta
will :
out few to -
put 'a. more tomato fishing trip Black creek Then I --
The winner fthird 'nlO( ... Xo.; 12544otice ,
prize .Case
cash Two eyes 'brown and tender plants.: Our apple and peach'trecs again on Saturday night, Mr, and I I4rs. 1 We' ..would lil !.'* for each.ujember ? U Appear. TTy: ,1SS' : .MEMORIALS, ,AND RESOLUTIONS-- '- "" f
last Saturday Mrs. .. -. : Win
was that shine. In : o'-'bring his.vife., ,andhave'i I 'To; 'Jam** .EJdward Mimha s. whose e .y. r'!
Eunice: Johns of Starke who held are bloom. My, potatoes are ,Nolan. BUty.and'. Bobby, residence'and adcfrij. Is nknown. .
number1 I 0366T. Second pnze Oh I am sure that little brown coming up and peas and the early ,Pa|ty ,Parrish and Henry Well the.'ladies remain :for the u You are hereby notified thatl suitortdivor UNIMPROVED 'e ,ohi.4hi,. .
to ; ,
If 5;>ahT .was'lflaimed''toy Mrs., dog. things I planted. 'I, am tanned I hansen .,went, on"-another,. jP.jQ meeting' ,, a.ttersexpecedT.to,; Mr i yed" ...' of minor<&>r(:af iM4w .S bedroom hone:

Joyce Futch of Lawtey with number With a true heart so tender brown (from being out of doors.. Yellow Water. where they fished I }{ ..come'up has been tiled against youIn; the fret road fraBtajc*. h..tlt.I .... .clean, "P"".", .-rI.5 aa: .1-.rC acre,..

013681 .- and warm. We had three'funerals last week. by camp fire and enjoyed. hotdC'gs For, !usstn.du'ing. : ,the' .business IL I above named ,Court 'andcause' and llr., Prlr. S1.5O0.00.. n.t far ff.m ,City. LimIt..'" \acat

:The .first prize' of J25 is still Would never have, left Him touffer One man was 94 a woman 84,. and drinks: sessicBiareBoy.s: tae, report on,L you ycur,are answer required or pleading to .serve to_a the cop com of S .('rtll, S I-i mil of Start. Good new.Maable See fferr tbl.*, aad' rn.. k.' S me. "a..

svnc1aImed.and alone aBut n another 77. All had led long Revival .To StartA the State Convention!held this I II plaint on the Plaintlffs"Attbrney! road, 1-:. ml. te pared road. Price1uO.U0. 3 bedroom I. 1-2 bath, *... with
will go .to the creeping right under His full lives. veekthbuiI4ine9mmittee; and I E. K. Ferryman, Starke: Ploria lets sad.lot. of **am everrware.
holder of 'D785S1 if called revival conducted by Rev.. the Fail co lmIUe y. 4 .. and file the' original in flus office of 7 faolax Lltrtlme roof merete..IIrh'. ...*.
: ,. acres paved .I..w.
Clarence M. Mezick. .pastor of ; I the'Cie'rk ofthe .C urt', walk, coraer Ueatlaa 1.
'for "before the 'next Shopportunity arm.Would I love this "MIZPAH"Go Circuit on or Ideal "' .."U., kick and drj. Price Lawtty.
lick those dear fingersin Hickory Grove Baptfst'Church in' s -'pthe'fo9dcommitteE: : I' before; ...the.16 dafi.oT>,Jtfn;,-1958; 1.300.00.: Immediate PaiiOa.I,00O dewabataner '
f"wards.party.' thou thy way and I go mine for -bithecue'ouppeEar Bill I otherwise th',gUeatK ,at Said Complaint like ,.... 'ThU IB m let far
,' Jo i agony clasped; Apart yet'not afar Green :Cove 'Sprinjs, .win begin wilf betaken as confessed year momrf.WALI.
; by 8 .'
arrra faring I' S. 301. Price
Inmair Green chairman of the Graham.. jCharlie Sch'aefer i andBuddy" I : "
And counting all favors but next Mondayevening the Max you S / : f3.:>oo.80. ,
Shopportunity'j- trade promo- lost l ltiOn : Only a thin veil hangs betweenThe ville, Baptist 'Church: -We boP; Bishop J "\ "I *.I I each This notice 'shall .be,publisbe4 once ;< REALlYBEGISTfBED
where. ; i', wwH.f or four consecutive weeks
said yesterday that Cooperation pathways we are. FLORIDA REALTY;
( When they took Him away j' that all of you will try toattend I j. r I in the Bradford:, County Tetegraph.Dated BROKER
.on the part of merchants has would have trotted behind And God keep watcn tween I I' this ,.* Rites* : : :..lhi#.14, day. of. lTay. ll1ii8. Of Starke Box 466 '- .. Pleat 4ST-J
commendable, ,and, that the thee and ne. revival. Saturday "\ : (WFICIA, ,' SJUL) ,.' '. '; .116 N. Walnut ,St. Tel. 383 Starke.. Florida: .
And followed Him righfto the I A Revival, also' being plannedfor I : Charles A..DUrbyclerk of,the Circuit Starke. Fla. _' .
,public .is responding with a great]I For' R. :E. Chambers I Court S "
This is
cross. my prayer; the''M xville" Congregational I FOR S41J-epta. proc'es. treatedfence
show of in By Marian. U; Crosby Clerk. ..NOTICE want all my old friends
interest, both the cash ; ,Deputy
I I He-looks looketh ,. posts.4 miles Nortn on' :SOt
-E. G. Reynolds, thy wayHe L Holiness Church and will begin Accident 5/154t6/5 and customers to know that 1 have ;
prizes awarded and in the Shop- Victim ureen! \: ItaIt3cwl'oat Co. ttcW
; : located 110 Alton
The above poem which is a mine. sometime in 'June. f -.J.- my own garage at ....

portunity specials being offered toy tribute to a dog. is so true. Until And keeps us near.I Mrs: Paul"Marshall and a' friend I Funeral. services were ;held for REGISTER NOTICE OF.,K1CTITIOI'NAilE INTENTION TO offices.Road I'n'-across be glad from.to see Hercules you WE HAVE" >a'new' loan" 'program for
than 2\) Starke in
\ merchants
more I owned a dog 11 years ago, I sigh sometimes to see thy face of Gainesville visited last Wednesday Robert Earl Chambers, '20, ,of Cocoa .Notice is hereby given that the undersigned again. Ira W. (Shorty) Allen. farmers. Loans of 1' to B years
the: : 4tp 6/13 for .the fntlre'cndtt >
big weekends requirements
: -
under of
had no idea just how much intelligence But since this may' not be. at the graveside in CroSby theprovisions
morning with Mrs. .George Chapter %8,9 3, Laws, of Florida, Acts of the farmer-and his fam
"I Tx-heve we are :"doing mucht a dog had. How much I'll leave thee io the care of Brown and family. Lake Cemetery last. Saturday at .of 1941: "ili, register' with the Clerk FOR SALE-Malemute Alaska: ily. Gainesville Production Cred't!
bund Saturday back, up to its they love their Him S 3 A of the Circuit Court in and for.Brad- Huskey' puppies 5-ueeki old $2 ii Association.', O' aorttf MaIn
owners and howtheysense Recital p.m.,_ military service.was also
Saturday Night ford County Florida, receipt of each. 2 year old male.}50, !9 month Gainesville., tfchaT
former: importance as a big shopping when you are suffer Who cares for thee and me. The Maxville piano pupils .of conducted at the graveside bya proof of publication of upon this notice the old female *35. pair $7$. Gentle

day," 'Green said:: ."In recent. ing. When I took that terrible : Bye now, andHGod bless you Mrs. Cole Y; Combs of Sanderson detail from the Naval 'Station. fictitious umVer which name, 'of rgtarke, Recap busi-Co., Ideal Fruit pets.Stand Good U. S.disposition.301 South.Ritch's Frr.k die EARTH Red WORMS:J\lgt CrawUra.
we are engaged in
trade has '
years.' Saturday generally pain in my leg and I was weepingI every one. will play In a Recital Saturday; at Green Cove Springs.Mr. ness at 135. K. Temple, Ave., ftarke Ztp 5/Z9: GBBt( ella ready pai-ked. I block;

declined; not only! here but allover' suddenly realized my little dog LOVE, Muther Lura. night.May*24,"at 8 o'clock at the Chambers'was killed in an Florida.' FOR SALE-For balance due on Ilerth. ./ City UalleZdN. 'Thaaip.o .
n- Wafdo. '!>t. Pia.., 479-W.
the 'country I can notice .. Gut Alb. Bol s, Florfda- and A. 4ta S/2J:
was whimpering, wagging his tail Maxville 'Baptist"Churdh.! .' "ThepublIc accident "near Orlando May C.. Koulston, Keystone .Heights Fla. bank contracts some TV sets like

the difference on Shopportunity. and licking my hands and feet Bradford HospitalGets F f is'' ordfaU1Invitecf'tQ...at 15. 'He: ,was' b'orn.in Starke. 'January partners; _"'* new.Dahmers Westinghouse Gift Shoppe.and Emerson.ttchg FOR SALE-1S55 Liberty Trailer 4J

Days nowbowever."the chairman That somehow touched my heart. tend. Refreshments will] be served L :e,. 1938 and was'a member Dated.. thitL 15th day of May A. D.. ft. 2 bedrooms, aie coridltO. complete

'c intln ed,1, "with, the crowds be- Such a tiny little dog. but full of The Maxville baseball teanfwon of the! Baptist Church and a Radio Florida.1958 at 'Starke-:' Bradford iiIiIt County.6/5 ,KI>G8LEV LAKE bath. CaU % 1420, Pratt.

ginning' to. come :!into town early sympathy and understanding. I Extension.. the ball game played last''Sunday' Seaman in the'lJ. S.'Navy.'Survivors' .1 -., Nice ionic priced IB llae. with prevail St.. 2tchg 5-22
in the morning and remaining lead the other that are his ,KQ&- CALL''FOB BIDS hi c ..1.e*. Call ... far .,-
day a survey afternoon, at the MaxvUl Park parents, The Board of County' Commission- .
pelntmeat ite It.FLOIIIDA FOR 8ALB-4 room new), decorated -
throughout the day. shews that people who owns dogs. Of Accreditation with Clay Hill. They' planvto have ert E; Sr. and Virginia OdcimChambers era of Bradford County, Florida, will .. house, modern conveniences.
Green ,said that the news ot or cats of Cocoa two 'sisters receive bids at JOi.00 o'clock'A. M. REALTY CO. 11 1-2 acres land 3 miles from
never insane. That is : ,
;ptarke's! Shopportunity Days has I go a game every Sunday from' now : 1londa '. June i;. 1958, under their OF STARKE -. City Limits. : Rarfor Rd. oft telephone ,
another tribute to a dog. Treat The Bradford 'County Hospital Mrs. Barbara1 Peck and Miss MosqtmdControl Program :for the line, bus and mail route.
spread! ,to surrounding towns andseveral dog kindly. If on.We Jackie Chambers:-of Cocoa: andhis 'ollowins piece :pt,equipment- IK !N: WslautSt. Tel. 853 Owner there thru Saturday after
"merchants have reported your you are lonely has had its accredited rating extended are glad that E. D.'Higgin One (1) new4-wheetdiive, 6 cylinder ,Starke. Fjorlda phone Mrs.' Leon Gray, KAymono

instances: ,of shoppers coming fromas get a little dog. love' it and talk for a period of three years, botham Is,Isbetter after suffering maternal l" arid- paternal grand- 'with lit ton body.4>icki-ui. > truck. complete 5.Z5f Jacksonville, fit. tfcng

'far',*way 'a* Gainesville and to it. It will understand.Well or until a subsequent survey is most of last week with his:neck1: : parents.. Delivered 'F.O.St.arke, Florida. FOR SALE-Good quality young RADIO REPAIRED
I just baked Don a white Rev. Lewis D. Haines officiated 'The 'Board of Commissioners Angus Bulls. Beef prices. Doyle
conducted. Mrs. Ruby Durrance,. R.:V. and County All Xftke S. lit 'H* *lUaBaaabU
,for their Shopportunitycoupons. %115. BONE /&
'Starke phone Stchg
asking with PeWitt Jones Funeral Home of Bradford the Conner. '
cake and put chocolate Icing it County reserves Ckarcea raaraat***
on Notification of, the extensionwas Howard Durrance, and, Mr: and right .
reject ny' or all bids.
in of
He has gone to Norfolk; the city received yesterday ty R. E. Mrs. Albert Smith and family _charge arrangements. OFFICIAL, SEAL)' SLIGHTLY USED Laundrymat Urns Gre.Otfaer.
tCoweri $79.95. Hlade Gas Co; 4tcJig 5/
where we planned to build a Mor Edmondson.' administrator in a went on fishing trip )last Saturday 22< W.- ,Call tarke.$ Pa'.ae :
To Attend tuary. A promoter beat us build- : FOR SALE-Hot Water Heater, la: PI.
letter from the Joint Commissionon : evening and caught 32 fish.
Science In&titute ing one. but since he 'was not a Accreditation' of Hospitals.: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Greene. TheLiving, Scriptures :- ''byfak tfommIf I dowh and $5 a m nth. Made 4tehg Gas 6/22 Co. FOR SALE-ii in 'z u "ft. ste i
culvert pipe 11.25 ft ALSO-Build.
Mortician he could not hire people The hospital. which became accredited Mrs. Mary Mosley. J, Midyette, L .rnity'. Gibraltar of Safety RANGES-.Small down payment and 'lug Iota ,tor sal IB, 8.lth G.t.SubdlvllloD *

At Converse College to make a success of It and in 1957 after' the minimum David Bell, Mr: and Mrs: ,Kelley J18 per month. Slade. *- stay. So he wants to sell to S/2Z Low monthly payments.*
us. requirement of one year's Mize and family Bob Warren:Mr. '
1 member otthe Phoo }($, c/0 Central
Charles P. COWen. a JACKS
It is a lovely place and I do not operation, was.awarded the three- and Mrs. Joe, Lucas a 'family, WANTED-Man or Woman (white) Lu, tfebr
: attend an
"BHS 'faculty; will know 'what the outcome will be year extension on the basis of an Mr. and Mrs.,Oscar ,Wilkinson of good moral character, between ,
eight-weeks summer science, Institute I the ages of 21 and 55, who can devote ONE BEpROqu farnjalMd *P rt-
just saId,- ROod take of !
evaluation conducted April 11, by and-famOy, Mr.1 and'Mrs. Gilbert
Spartan- 10 or more hours per week: to rneatifoP'rent, Phone 165 W.T.
at College.
things whatever you plan and I. Carl Dumb ld'M D.., field .representative Brown and(family, "Mr>: 'and Mrs. pleasant ,profitable work with opportunities Jackson tfcbr

burgS.C.. say to do is allright with me" We of.the Commission. Franklin'Bell and family Mr. and Write Box,'.for 823-E.life-time Mtarke Fla.3tp career.. I
The Institute maCe possible by p GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations
from the would get cur, Junior home from L 'In i its'letter of notification the Mrs. Harold Parrish; ; Mr...and Mrs. 5/22 with double envelopes 100

agrant- Converse Foundation. 2 Is I Calif. then, if he wants to come. Commission said "TheConuxth: I- Junior Mosley, and: amfli.of' FOR RENT-Furnished first floor fo nus' 'Bradford" ', County Tele-
Rational Week before last I cleaned I sion wishes to'commend, ycu for Jacksonville and Mrs4 Avery Slade apartments. Attractive ana redec-. gra p. tfWAN'TED
aimed at improving the' Quality orated. All conveniences. W. H.Nollman.
house, painting the kitchen walls, and children -of. all ; Small farm,
maintaining: standards deservingof : Hampto :enjoyed Itcng larsehooiw;
of; 'instruction in the natural L white enamel and the cabinets I accreditation'arid for your a picnic dinner and supper, 1)HtritJ.) 'banil-hrn' I bl! eclude4.)
sciences at the secondary school I FOR SALE-4939! Buick. Good condition ; H mile bug. Willlmly'tal:4n4
high inside and out. That enamel i is; constant effort. to, ,imprcv 'the swimming, boaUngrand skiing at good twe!!'. -51 tag. ee'bee. '- : or.rent.:3. -Cfto level and to interest more I easily washed and lasts two years.Now quality''of. patient: care." Hampton Lake'last Sunday her Forsythe 'Ralford. Kd. W. 2, .. .-'w,tPf 54c .!" -
school :stud nts In careers in I ttehgFOR
my kitchen is clean and t Member '-organizations of the Mr. Andrew'Harris Verdine and ( iJ *- Box 71. FOR SALE -Youth pony ,saddle

science: and engineering. smells new. I have sent to Omaha Joint Commission en ;Accreditation Dickie Hair's-and" Rafuse z4Q'i SALE Registered Angus .. 'on';fthftlsnd ,or small
:: -
wen 14'one of .7$ high schoolteachers :I hor": S!S. Jsvne1ft. Well Inquire
for new curtains for the spare of Hospitals: are the American I. visited In Gainesville,last Sunday bulls and helferveo, and calves.AIs'l853 J. n. .t EdWai'd'e OrMer. tl ,'%
from 11 states who have Ford Hlk-up. .
,'bed rcom. White dacron. criss College,Physicians! ; American 1- with Mr.- and ''Mrs.' Sam 'Harris W.hite. Raiford, Rd. Hlway 16. FOR ynrnishe
ben awarded weekly stipends olpet r RENT roita'ge.
Should trp i/:!:! <
be to
cross. for
easy care College Surgeons American and family.;' Nice f4' eoopl*. .('
''' \ week, travel allowances. Week from Saturday the 17th, I is Hospital Americans Dickie Harris and Sam Harris ide. (14 Lake }5t. .} .' A.- K.
and -weekly 'allowances fcr de- Association. FtR RENT-4 room unfuraUntd! Knur 'f:& }fefahon' Phone
our wedding! anniversary? so we s Medical Association, and, theI and Mr. Rose of Gainesville all house. 4 jnilts from. Starke'on Road lgj.W.1 ,> : Itl
pfttfents, plus all tuition and I Iff, Rodman: I'n are having company.A cousin and I Canadian Medical Asso *t1on. enjoyed a fishing' trip*at Lake : ,' i;
room furnisbid home
laboratory, fees. wife from Omaha., I am having; I The accreditation program wista'rted s Lochloosa last Sunday.. FOR SALE-Ford Tractor with front FOR. )icdcicii.ea1yn1ahe4.. apart
:. Wp'.benroijed} Jh the chem- end loader and tine. Phone J97-J- '
"Sthe ment. MS R'Warr'Sr :: HP
I i church programs in hcnor of r I in, 1918 by, the American Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and !tp 51!!
tstfyj; for which !he
course,, may
cur twelfth wedding day. It is my : College of Surgeons and immedi children enjoyed a picnie at theJacksonVme FOR'Ii1.? Furnished' garage

reftive,.graduate ciedit. The InIltJpte' Sunday to go and help sing ai lately became outstanding Zoo last Sunday,* FOR SALE-To responsible party. Unfinished AltaIetrIc' Kitchen.Al. .
an 'black .' horn Kinfsiey' Lake.
iU' begin1\ June. 23 andcontinue .. concrete house on at. Mm.
anthem. Life is so. good in the t contribution to better patient We are all glad no hear thai Road 100: ,Beautiful high land. No J. }r, MItchell 39a.' W. Madison. >L.
f '
.. *hro1Apgust .16.J j great west."ICoconut ''care ,in 'hospitals throughout the Mrs. Everett Godwin Is improving down payment required. Keep yournvney Phone Z84-J itenr
I to finish house. Apply Tele-
l' I Macaroons >, nation. right along and we hope that she '*BUttT UPONThE FOUND. rnnh. p, .O,'-Bo* m-X.; Btarke tfchgLOCHLOOSA : FOR RENT- Itroom unfnrntshe
,w. C. f. ' <
.d, 1 One-hali cup lard. One-half,cup accreditation,' of, a hospital"is after a recent operation. :\ PROPHETS,JKU4 WWT HiAfr for Sale. J, LAKE L.or.Dvy.ndrewl.Phone : TRONT, LOTS. .
&;'DANGREOUS' "1lENWE1smuotyLD !IE1.F BEIN: M CHE: ; FOR .
brcwn 'sugar One-half cup white evidence that Qie medical and 'Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson, '. U'-R or "J/J-W. IrenEMAMA heater ; a.Urt'ol"wattr
cNER I E.F44t4'l wit

EtRLrnUYER, WHQ DBINKS. vanilla. One-half cup'flour.. One- assure the patientthat the hospital and Mr.' and Mrs.'Arthur WilkInson '" ; have PRIEST-registration KINDEKUAHTliNwill for next P"rr21 1U wldC: 'Rt.t

'it:e 4 (gVSUINP.M.4GAZINE, ) I fourth tsp. salt One-half tsp., 'is' well'run: well organized of Jacksonville and Mr: and Sponsored' members of the Madison.Str Baptist Church term on May 2(. 27.. 28. at Presbyterian SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS for
Recreation Building.; Mrs .Rale.
Car Andrews, .Phone
wda. 2 cups rolled oats Three- well equipped,'and well staffed J Mrs. Jack Wilkinson of-day-Hill; \l -- Clyde Priest. _. lung' JST-W. -'UCh.or


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r II canal into Brooklyn.For Clarence'
Who Owns Land Home Demonstration Prison Labor the past, two Saturdays Griffin, and Jack O'Hara. Local Students motor and roar off, warn the

members of the Association have Charges of petit larceny were Cited' By U of F editors of Changing Times the
That To Clear
Crops Up Sought Kiplinger magazine. Here are
= c Notes worked on. the canal, cleaning out brought against George Jenkins For AchievementThree
that some suggestions which the edi-
portion from the Blanding and Victor Willis.J. .
As Wafer Drops? d b1DOROTHY Gator CreekState reservation to Lake Brooklyn.This A. Woodar was charged Bradford County studentsat tors say will help you have :a hap-

ROSS has speeded up the flow of with assault with intent to com- the University of Florida have py and safe summer.

Who owns "new" land that is 'i'LynRome Demonstration AgentIt aid in the form of prison water and Carnes said the level mit murder growing out of 'the been cited for distinguished academic ,1 When starting the engine,
uncovered by the waters of a receding labor will be sought by the Clay in Brooklyn has risen about 14 shooting of Jack Siemer here last achievement during the stand with your feet firmly planted -
lake? can be "strawberry time" all healthful. The warmth of the sun County Commission to help refill inches since the overflow started. week. first semester of the current in a safe place.
This tricky question might be the time even though strawberry encourages relaxation and a sense drought-stricken Lake Brooklynnear The water level in Brooklyn had school.year.
settled as the result of a legal harvests come but once a year! of well-being. It also gives normal Keystone Heights.A dropped about 20 feet during' the Union Assesses They are: Edwin Olin Howard. 2. When operating, keep in step
dispute over now exposed forme Take the opportunity now to serve skin a chance to formulate vita- delegation from the Lake past five or six 'yea'rs when rain Frederick James Pellum, Jr. and with the mower without lagging
lake bottom of Lake Geneva. them liberally to your family in min D. Most people take pride in Brooklyn Civic Association appeared fall was ,below normal. Prison Land Higher Martha Landrum Siefferman, all behind or letting it pull you.
About 25 property owners,'most the fresh state and freeze their suntan. before the Clay commissioners Than BradfordThe of Starke. II 3. Learn to disengage the clutch!
of whom own cottages along the and make preserves for the The summer months is when recently to ask for helpto County Judge Certificates for distinguished or stop the motor quickly. Shut

lake plan to bring suit In Clay months when this delicious fruitis we are in the sun the most. Care clear undergrowth and debris Issues WarrantsOn state pays Bradford County academic achievement are being off the motor whenever you leave
County Circuit' Court seeking a cut of season. needs to be given to building up'our from Gator Creek so the streamcan more taxes per acre than Union i I mailed to those students who have the mower, even for a short per-
declaratory decree. The Clay The worst sin against the resistance Cf}ntanl to the empty freely into Lake Brook- Check Charges County regardless of the fact that I I shown outstanding academic ability iod.
County Commission is joining in strawberry is to let it stand in sun's rays to prevent sunburn. assessment rate is $4 more per while carrying a full course 4. Don't let children come close
the suit as a party plaintiff since water until the color and flavor You can avoid painful sunburnby lyn.Gator Creek flows from Magnolia W. J. Studstill was issued three acre in Union.According load. The 603 students who are when the mower is in operation
the county may beriparian, owner leach out. Wash in cold water and adjusting the burning powerof Lake in the Camp Blanding. separate worthless check warrants .to Bradford Tax Assessor being awarded the certificates represent .1 5. On inclines, be careful of
of the disputed property becauseof then cap. Some people like to the sun and the length of time reservation into Lake Brooklyn.. recently according to the docketof Gene Long state prison the top five per cent your footing and balance.
a road now closed, that ran wash them by letting a spray of in the sun to the sensitivity of Since the portion of the creek County Judge T. A. Yawn. Also land in the adjoining county is scholastically of the student body. 6. Before mowing the 'lawn,

through It.Berwick water fall over them in a colander your own skin. choked with debris is on Camp charged with writing worthless assessed at $10 an acre while the This five per cent was spread clear it of stones, wire and other
Anderson, who has Drain well. It's not the heat of the sun that Blanding property, now understate checks were Doyle E. Hazen, property in Bradford is only $6. thrcugh the freshmen, sophomore, debris.
been engaged by the 25 property Here are the instructions for burns your skin but the ultra- control: it was decided to request James Hendrix, Jack E. Hazen, The difference is 'that Union's junior, and senior classes. 7. Don't use an electric mower
owners to handle the suit, said freezing berries. violet light rays. These "burning"rays labor from the state prisonfor and M. P. Carson. nallage is 17 meaning taxes are I The certificates for "Distin when the grass is wet.
that land along the eastern shore To Freeze StrawberriesSlice are strongest when the sun the task. Violators of the speed law in- 17c an acre, but Bradford's mil- guished Academic Achievement"are 8. Don't reach under the
of the lake was subdivided for if desired and sprinkle is high overhead. Chances for a Carl Carnes, president of the cluded Hazel Glick, Ralph Lee lage is 40.75 and the tax is 24.45cj I part of a continuing effort on chain guards or belt guards. Never deck
homesites by members of the Lee I sugar, over them as you fill the sunburn are greater 1 at the beach Association, said the creek had Eskew, Theo Marvin Siraians,Ii an acre. the part of the University of attmept to' remove anything from

family a number of years ago. freezer container. Leave one-half where the sun combines with the been dry for several years until Daniel A. Reynolds, Patsy Ruth I There was a recent controversy Florida to recognize and encourage -I I the mower until the motor ;s
The boundary line of the sub- inch headspace. Use threefourthscup reflection from the sand and recent rains raised the level in Cook, Robert Edward Parsons,. between prison system officials outstanding scholarship. The| completely stopped. When

divided lots extended to the coun- of sugar to one quart of ber water. Don't let a hazy day fool Magnolia Lake sufficiently to Harry L. Myrent, and Willie Lee i and Assessor Marcus Howard concerning certificates will be awarded each ,want to work on the underside you,
ty road which at that time bor- ries. Seal and freeze.If you as fog and clouds are poor cause an overflow through the Culpreth. i' Union County's right to semester. first disconnect the spark plug
dered the lake., Since the water you are on a reducing diet protection against ultraviolet rays. Improper passing brought war- increase its assessments from the wire.
level of the lake extended to the cr a die betic, freeze the berries Early morning or late afternoon these foods rants to Llewellyn Wright Nicholson old $3 to the present $10 an acre. Then tip the mower over by
ments for planting SAFETY SUGGESTIONSFOR : means of the handle.
road, he said, plats showed the without using any sugar. is a safer time to start your sun be out, received an- Shapiro Akraham, Lawrence Union Tax Collector R. R.
lets were along the waterfront. When ready to serve fruit, do bathing. Be extra careful between may nually over the period the Con- Johnson Seborn James Estell and. Pearce said that last year the 9. Don't tamper with the governor

During the past five years, long I not completely thaw out but serve I the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. servation Reserve contract is in Marcelo Rodriquez.. taxes from the land amounted to you are planning to use a or try to speed up the engine -
periods of drought caused the laKe them with a few ice crystals. For most adults. 15 minutes the effect. Those caught' with no drivers $705.14, but this years bill, paid power mower on your lawn this of a rotary mower. Excessive
to recede sharply, uncovering a I This is the recipe that Home first day is long enough for a sun license were John L. Parker, last week was $1,161.18. summer, don't just start the''cutting speed is dangerous.
large area of land between the Demonstration members like to bath. Each following day the etay-
road and the lake. use when making- out can be increased 15 minutes ;

Anderson said heirs of the Lee Strawberry PreservesUse longer. Small children should be
family now claim ownership of freshly picked firm berries exposed to the sun even more

this uncovered land, which could some ripe and some not quite,ripe. slowly. When want cheerful lift
possibly be sold for the construction The partially ripe fruit give more While a proper tan is healthful you a i
of new homes that would pectin and the ripe fruit a better continued over-exposure to the
block other property owners from flavor and color to the finished sun weathers and ages the skin '
access to the lake. The present product.To and sometimes it is thought to ff. :'
property owners, he said, have 6 cups of berries add 4 cup, have other bad effects on the skin, a great extra enjoyment'r'
banded together to file suit and I also.
of sugar in alternate layers in ;a
from happening. Over-exposure of the hair to
prevent this large heavy kettle so it will not! the
sun causes the hair to become
boil over. Heat slowly until sugaris
to bleached brittle'and unmanageable. -
dissolved, stirring lightly
FOR DEPENDABLE prevent sticking. When sugar is So cover your hair when in
the sun.
dissolved and berries start boilIng
Control boil rapidly about 20 minutes No suntan preparation' is need-
Termite or until syrup sheets from spoon ed if a person uses ,the gradual
exposure method of tanning. Preparation .
giving the jelly test.
BnoMhold ComnerdU Remove from fire. Pour into should be used if',a per-

Peat ControlGrove : shallow pan and shake gently un- son's skin is overly sensitive to
sun or if a person with normal
til foam collects. Allow to stand
Bpnytaf skin wants to remain in the sun
until cold to "plump" the syrup.
for a longer time than he should.If .
into ster-
Reheat and hot
Call, FR 6-2661.. lized jars to one-fourth inch of. you are not in",good health,
I see doctor before cc -
your sunbathing.
top. Seal at once. Do not seal with
Florida Pest Control A safe rule for everyone of every 1
wax. Use a regular canning jar
& Chemical Co. and lid.Store. medical age to follow is to get an annual
check-up before
in a cool, dark place to vacation
U N. W. 18U ATA.ftineiTiUe time, also avoid.,getting .overheated ...
retain flavor, color and aroma. i
in -the hot M. ,
., florida Sun For, Health-Not Pain .
Basking in the sun can be Build the tan dp graduallyit -

painless will last and longer help'you look,to better relax., be I .; Have Coke waiting when you want it !

Slip' Covers Seat Covers I w .;" + ._1lfA .lIlh....... Tll

1 ''f { .YA r. s i 3ei I

Upholstery -- Drapes I .

: :.:; l Large Variety of Designs andII' .SIIIIJI. '
o 1) .
) Materials To Select From .. [ ; !
; i ri
3 'N ) CALL 239 Soil Conservation '. .

N-E-W-S A ,
For Free Estimates i q l I1 ci< )e"s
Soil Conservation ServiceBy A. ..


INMAN D. GREEN, Owner J. B. White used the District :: '

Phone 239 Starke, Florida seeder cultipacker to plant Giant ;: .._____ :_
Striata Crotalaria for summer xr .,
grazing and cover crop. He also :

has a fine field of blue lupine j I ,

The perfect tribute to l 1 and plans to combine. the seed.' r>

a cherished memory I stopped by to discuss fish pond \ 1S
1 construction with O. P. Gorre!!

Every funeral that we con. After looking at the pond site the / s .C "
4 talk got around to pasture grasses. : r ,,
,duct is a source of sustaining
+ Mr. Gorrell has done a fine .
solace and spiritual inspira 1 .. .
( job of establishing his pastures.We \ ; ; 'j .
tion to the family. stopped beside the tractor and

he leaned against the wheel and 1
Hundreds of details are managed and economically told me he likes native carpet -r-

attended to that only a trained and careful but 4
grass he gets the best results I Y ,'4s.. '
organization can perform when the urgent need from his Pensacola Bahia past-

for serving is at hand.DeWITT ures. l j

C. JONES The FFA boys, under the super-
vision of Paul Hutchins have
prepared a strip of ground on
PHONE 7 which wildlife food was planted.

We furnish.the highest type,service at lowest prices, and acceptANT Leon Carter. Soil Conservation

life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, as Service, helped the boys with the : I 3

payment .in, part or ht full on funeral ben ices. Consultation seeding. They 5ed'Common Les 1
pedza which grows well here and
carries: no obligation.
makes plenty of hard seed for the

I quail to eat during the winter ii t S .i O:_ 'I S
months. Lack of natural habitat ; T '
[cover and .food] ,has made survival 4 a >>
difficult for game' birds and 1:

SIPBHOIit animals] in many areas. !
For the first'time, through the ; j t6 isll
Conservation Reserve, farmersnow
can get Federal financial as- j.'jffft t l :.l I
sistance for shifting land from s t4 ,, w r
: 1
crop production,to protective cover -

for wildlife.'They have the ..
_. __ +
a.S S I0.ua w" uo eu OMI4RialY
choice of 5 to 10 year ,contractsfor ..: t
planting trees or shrubs on

Conservation Reserve'acreage. .There's nothing in this big wide world
Cost-share payments for such

plantings cover land preparation ,like the brilliant flavor-the "0ome-
planting mulching,'and,,in some I f!
cases: cost of necessary soil build- back lift-the real satisfaction, you.enjoy ; '
ing elements. z from Coca-Cola. No wonder .,
Included as wildlife habitat un-
der the Conservation Reserve are more than 58 'million times a day

food plot plantings to attract _
,.' En' Iota of n tic oeaicaae hold, and particularly; to winter- some lucky person has a Coke. Why' : -

/ the friendly ftoftftlf protect quail, and other birds and don you have a Coke-right now! i 1 t

Y the cope: aye t 1,. Supe Located adjacent to protectivecover \
tup> gxrf ift jopcrior.] or ,water, these- food plots
I may include domestic. grains, as Bottled under" orfhority of Jill Coca.CoIa Company by
; 1 itoprier Moirw IL i Cie oet, well as natural foods. -' _!oo THE STARKE COCA-COLA, BOTTLING COMPANY
I Where desired cost-share pay ':



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Mrs. Johns and the three children Deseriptioa .. ..T.. '.-. 4&S4 Ow...er' Tixet" >peMfiitl. i. ,: .. Mre1 Owier Taxes Detrriptioa 8. T. B. Aerei Owasr litttGladys

stayed over for a visit of three
E57Ft.ofWof Com. at SE Cor. of Lots 4. 5 of Blk .

PINE LEVELMrs. of NE14 of SEIM(, ..fof Lot 18 &: Run W ltinL.T.COS. : I

days.Mrs.. Marie Banks enjoyed & Na% 'I II -:. .-- *.... .ill Ft lor a POB, Add Harrlntton. 41.34
Lot S &: "f otmK '79s. %h< IL M. MeEM visit from her parents.. Mr. and in Dowling Park 86 '1W Ft E lk 4 &: COS add G U toe 40.14

Mrs. George.Moore And her brother s/Da: SLY .sj' ., iO Ft To POB In $ to Temples V
Lots Ii & 7" Eury Add EL Lots 1. 2A
I : of -m.IC F. Stokes UIi Town Of LawteyE
.....&..... .
& &A George. Jr. of Cleveland Tenn. : 3 of Silt 4 Eyaic { 21.50
i 13 bt Ong:1'own: .. of JSY Jamrfa iaCk'ott102 Mnp
of Starke -. -;- Com. SW Cor. of
Mrs. Banks them I : tt ,
: Our pastor. Rev. W. E.. I Hall bocompahied ana Lots I, 3 of BLK 16 1Ira.. W. T. Marshall 65,58 Blk. 18 &: Run N V. Be at N E Cor of .

' brought the message Sunday sightseeing trip'Wednesday to EX W .3S 7t. &: 'V'V 274 ft. for a FOB : W SUV4 of NEVt run V '
Silver 'Sprints, :.DaytonaGreen' EX N 35 Ft. of : Run W f9 Ft,' N 335 S 330
Ft. To FOB then
: morning and evening with good: ''
Lot 1 in 102 Ft E. 10
Cove .Springs andSt. Augustine.Jr. .. .V E 130 Ft S 50 Ft .
? .i t. 6 "
. attendance and many visitors. Town ot Starke. J S 102.Ft To FOB < l ( j !
W 130 Ft N 58'
and Mrs: saw 1 Lot .. L'8rl RkCb .-of Law- V
to There Moore the ocean 20 Ft 'N' 4. S IUOBy. In Town V Ft. To FOB U. It Lei Buckles 1S.SS
We glad them.
were see 8.03
for the first ,time. U Ft. E'&' W tey E of BY Robert Austin Beg. 15 Ft. W of JJ
. is nothing better than meeting In NE Cor 01 Lot '1 .f.-<, Lot 23-A Ex N 100 .. E Cor. Of W% of
. with old friends. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns Jr. 5 'of BLK'II 'In Ft In Town of NEU of SE ia. of
of visited Orig. Town of Lawter'E of RY .Arthur Lee 82.S4 NEIL Run S 140
High '
Springs their aunt
. Rev. Hall accompanied by, 'Roman Starke .: .... 4' .::4V5..7: r.a Lot 27 in Town .f h Ft. W 100 Ft. To

. Alvarez and Mrs. Lucian Mrs., Fronte Moody Saturday '-. I ,..F.r c.. BaUinlSWOIIth JUS Lawtey E 'of'RY J. W. BarberElolse USE FOB. S 200"Ft. W .,.... .

afternoon.Mr. E 30 Ft of Lots !. 4 EST. of.N-335',1't ef .' ., 220 Ft. N 2CO b.t. .5-
Conner left Monday'for 'Port Lot 30 in Town of -: : 0\ '
or Blk. 22 In Olig. V E220 ft to POB 29 623 Heiry Grffte lUG
: Worth. Texas where they will at- and Mrs. R. '-Turner of Town ot Stallke c.. .1 Lawtey. E of RY r : Spring 6.52 Com: at NE Cer of

' Oeala ,spent last weekend with Lots 1'& 1 bt BLK;'Z I 1.eori'Ptcand! fO.1I Ewell SStt Of NE.?,,"&:
tend the annual World Baptist
In If T &: COS SID run W 350 Ft S
: Fellowship. Mr. 'Hall is to deliver their, children, -Mr. and Mrs.Fronie' EX. Rffi' ...... .' I S% of N 335 Ft.of 165 Ft.' for a POB
'E 38 F1 of'Lot Mack Lane 1.14 .Lot 32-.In LawteyE Thence $ 69 Ft, E .
. Crews here. 3jf ; .. : .. W 31. '
,the baccalaureate sermon of the of RY1WofRDonS- -
BLK 15 in'L T r& 150 Ft. N 50 Ft

: Bible 'Baptist Seminary May 25 Mrs. Beulah Mae Moody was in COS SID ... "' i .- ... Side ef lot SS.'ln: C.pringEst. 17.09 .W 150 Ft .to POB U 6 22 L. M. Catlin 35.40

. in the ''Baptist Church Grand Jacksonville, last Thursday visiting ELKS 25 &: N34 of Enoch' 'fysen. IUZ' Lawtey E of RY 1 SQ A in SE "Ct>r I' ? % '" :,- 'I'

: Prairie Texas. ; her sister.-Mrs. George Green CO'S lot :6in SID L T I ... 10 4 *Lot L&wtey 42 In''E-Town"of.RY.' of 4.V J. J. -Smith.4* 6.52. Lots of NEtt 5 Thru of NW 14 of* n 9 22 1 Audi W. Griffin 17.02

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visit- who is very ill in the hospital. Lot t'&: E 2 FL of Unknown' UA V JA of Lot 43 hi Will Lee 8.87 'Blk 4 of'E' W

: ed relatives at Brooker.Friday-of Mr. 'Richard 'Jones land soji&: Lot in k.I T.ofhBL at BLK 16 SID 4 of Town RY of Lawtey E of Hayes-Maple SID St.& Way Adj. '

0 last week-and are'Trisitlng'Mr.'and William and eubba '-of Glen St.Marys'were'flsh1ngw1th Lots '3. ,4D ., I WUli. CalA, '.DS. 3.19of & EW of Mae.nolla '. ,
: In L. T. &: COS SlJ x I o.I Iot n &: S J13 pf Barry Kittlea St Adj. EX
Mrs. Newn Mott and other rela Mr. and '
. X53&kBM if i8 4.5' Lot d6 In Lawtey R/W Jaek..ilaren 11.5)
. tives at Brooker this week. Mrs.-Ralph Merritt Thursday. Lots 2 'of : fl k. /8 'in .. cks... E of U 20.9 .Lot 6 of Blk C In
. in L T : S/D : Lot 49 &: N -/3 9l Amelia Lincoln City f/.illlaR,1 McCkd 3.14
. Visitors of -the 'H. 14. McRaes. Miss' Genevieve $ rd1n of Jack. Lots It t9C08 lot Sa21Ie :Joe''Odtltliams' 5.64. Lot46 In Lawtey WU5' of 8-.\., TractIn

. Sunday were 'Mr. and :Mrs Rob- sonrffle spent last 'weekend withtiemncle'and'.aftn.t.'Mr. '4 oC .BLK Jt ill Ii V E of RY 6.52 NW Cor.If
T &: CO'S Add.. -S t/3 Vndlvld lnL Fnin Ie Stewart NE 4 of NWH .
ert Taylor and children .plus- r.: illU .tat s& n -
and Mrs.. BJK 4 In Temples poyd Greek 24.65kdJ and CO thet3 840' E & W. 420 n

: tee. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Qaskins Ethan1 Sapp.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. EL ,34ota 1..2 lOS FC of Lot SIn N &: s' U. .II Hal Benson Hamilton 10.69
: Of BLK.4 Otts SID ot '. Com at SE Cor. .of
and children of Lawtey Mr. >land :>t J. .it ts
W51 Ft of Lot 8 &: ., "" La.wtey UZIpts NEU Run 210'
Sam Brown
: Mrs. B. Myrick and children. Mrs. *! W 66 Et 0' N.% 6q Junlce oAnal8 :9.23 to POB Cont' "W

. .Sue Myrick and B.'14./McRae all Lot 9 of'.JJLK. 19 10. 11 in ptts : '; '234' N %10'. E !!4'. 1 CI nit t tj '-.
of .
SID La."t&y. S :
In Temples 210' :Tp POP Ef
of Starke. Add. ,. N I. L. 'N1oho18E\D. 1.11 24 I II Everett W. Medlln 11.0
CiAY HILL A: "Bell 17.45Beg. I 3/4 Qt ,,1IiE14' K f U J8 Ku The IU8 fcWBlk.

: Mrs. H. M. and Mrs .J. -W. Me- at NE CQr..of k' _=_.. <'"' .' .SltW of S'a of. it .# 14iet a ,;. t g .... 1.1ILots: I.ots Ex E
SE'A of NE'A I t2
run ZO 637of
Rae visited.,Mrs. T. N. Norman W 335.,1"1." .S :t30 AW c4 NAr fit Ggot6a-tranl JI.6I 3, 13. 15.

: and Mrs. 'Eldon .Sapp Saturday '"y >Mrt. .. 'I.. StrieklSBdtAAAAA FL to POB then :E \ SW Pf SE% 17 of Blk ;3 Ei .W
fV. :
W NWI.4' of'" 'f 83.33 Ft. of Loth1&3&flk.4Et
136 .
'Pt. N 50 .Ft. .. .
b evening.Mr. r' '. ,
&.&&1."'&&&.. .& & to POB $ul% 9t SE'(1 U I ZZ )0 James: Houston JSJSW14 : :
29 I Z! 8.6443eg. : Lots 1. Thru 6. $
and Joe 18ueklee
: Mrs. \, -Fender and ,> of SEyE of hV.Security HS Louie F. Roberta 1109T'
family :: We haven't any news again 15 Ft W of NE .. .. .
a were recent visitorsto Or-. Cor..OfW S'A E! .Af 1A In SE "or. of -t }

lando. this week only"a very good excuse 'k ot .SW.* of NE ,.. .. ." NW14 of SEyE of .J : A ... ... or' II w 4 of NWM. of '
of AE:: :.L Griffis 29.44T
; W Jl 7 2) J Ronald
'SE'A 2S
: Mr. and Mrs. Joe 8.. Starting for pp news.We .were in Jacksonville 14 run 'S 140 FL .sw"", fJt; 1VE'A. ol. 5. "$ '. 5' rr.SI1 rJ..ie: .. 'WUUama. E9t.. 11fJ. '332' Ft of 'That

. have moved, with their family to from early Wednesday morning 200 WI00 Jo-t.:Ft..to W. roB 260 It S '"' %' t6 S .az 1. Jtbbertt"Wblte UI Portion of S& ofSEU T>, f. *" on"; r' *.

: Starke. We miss them very: much -o'flast week until Sundayevening N Ft.200 To FL POB'E. 228 .V : V ;tu4t! .#''''1Com. ii.Ou lA In.10.NW 11. 13 Cor of Ii .5. p lb Tilary. a IIM1Jn JUI lies R ofoS'K1 that I' n I WHllara Henry Smith 81.69

- from this community and 'at late 'With' the sick ones., at. NB-Cor Clf to'8 Jj" wy' GrUfIl U.'13 Of SE'A of NW%. 35 I II 1 ChUlfl"lIaa 3.10SEyE N%' of NEU Ex-' 4 ,

church. Mr Strickland 'underwent sur SJ101; 3/4A E of D: t'R4 i
: NEJ,4 &: of NI}' of ; t CM

gery Wednesday morning of last run W 350 Ft.. S. N ti 31 G ?!6 to Rena Davie ',1SE 4; W of JW. jRd. d'Z 75 Mw.Wpltamsoo. A. 67.71
16 Ft. .lor a'Thence )l
..y.,..... y .Y rr7 wWWWW ': ms*. We :featoed lhat instead 'of S 50 n.: b % Ii I U 10 ct>aren e-ZV: ; JUS Com. At- SECor ef
SWpf NE4! 4
this was a tumor weigh 150 Ft. N 50 FL
cancer uJer s,.
LONG: BRIDGE than % and had W. 150 ft ,to FOB 29 1 ? 1 Tract .. ) E & A tun POB.>N 460 Ft W for
ing more oood LoJ.a )L o.a.W 15.$& at S I Qf SW '. run 660
Y AND NEW RIVER grown on some of the tausclfes o'f* 'B 9n 4.7.jt..B 1'ineh11rst ';S/17 )tl\ir9' I4a. tlt'. ... J'U.fA 6:0. Fi. Q 15 I II 9 Nettle Robineoa 11.04N Ft.Ft.. ''S N 65 6 5 Ft ft.E 500 to ty '': ,/ rte

his throat. He was JD& The criticallist In SW Cor ot Lot 4A of WIi or Of ,,, :;(.'.Eat...... ,.. ,.- PUB: 6 f 81 I Nora Sutton 7.C2
NEU SWl. all
: Bin. E. A. Sapp for more than two days but 4 of BLK 1! In NW of SEY. ee 11 1 U / "Wilbur Hunter I.II Efc.of of SEU'of
.. is improving nicely at the present sLoof ea Add lloalet 8eXPlonne CoUette 1 'Lot In SE Cor PI SWU N of Branch
NWra c BW of
1 ill :
1 A..A.&.&.&&&&&&& E.eor': 4'"" .1',. ., & alNV3ofSE]
i"I"' t 38
J SEl4 being Ft
time.We NE%, ( NwK !! 1 U ..1 r4aCil W. .Criffl0 IU N&SDl3301 U 'W ,of Hy'-A Hit
: 5 thru 14 of .10 $\VQf s} W ..
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brannen stayed with him continually E W POB ? > f .
t of '
E. W. ofRy ft; X of 0# ;:
had its guests last Sunday Mr. except at night -naturally we }{ayes SID &: W% In S1 I of Ber .r tit 1: to.aV ''Branch C" 6 t Z2 -4ft'

: and ISrs. E. A. Rutten and chil- were nurse's assistant to all other or Maple St adj. &: of SW%. of 11 0 n Arden 4 ilerotky IUD All .pj NWU 'of 'SEU 88 J. F. Studstill Jr. 103.38

E > of MagnOli,. 13en Howar4lW E of Ry &: E of
dren, Mr, and Mrs. C. .T. Thomas patients in the room. Mr. Strick St ,adJ. Ex RJw.. t. "f'o''''{ .1 bib 3$0.t E SWU! of .$E ; ExSSA&Ex.36 '
Jack Basea' '.G! .FY: 610 n.jN 1,1tS'Ia .
aa. dren, Mr and Mrs. C. J. Thomas, land will be in Duval Medical Com .at SW.Cor fit ._ _. .. ._ __..._. :. .
SW .-. ... .. A to Chrtstlina
ofNEI '
> :'WNwcr
; ( ::4. :
J : .
Miss Janette 1'hemas, afl of Jack- Center in ward B, room 2 for run N 264 Ft : *'S2V 1'1 I U I B. L. Barnes 10.09, I' U;
and E .' W\113 of NW y. of .' -. .Coat NW Cor : K James Johnson 7.91
2 of
sonviBe Mr. and Mrs. Jim another week if Got Jonger. Ahy 30FL.S26t..Ft. '
:t. e \ef'f" j. NjC1 ,1CE3< II I it 11 Roosevelt'lson 30.48 '
E'4 of SWU. Thomas of Johnstown who like to 3301':t. :to ) B 3Z 4i 82 i .05 SWo ". f\' ,
and Mrs. pt you Would Stop fty at fiE : : UUt GrIIrs'$ $2jt.\of ;.J. ; NEi & run B 440 '

Hattie Brannen of Lake Butler. and Bee him will be more that N r W%. of Cor.r'sE""'or., ".1. \VN\f1- 2O Ft. o of NEI&"' 11 I .p. :JI .rJ,, plrrDell, U'lW' Ft 431 S FC-308 N Ft 235 Ft W '. '' ,. .. .

: Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johns anS! welcome. run S 680'. W 10i); .1 ,$W:34: 11 I U Doetlw Ie Jeanie 6.53 "TO POB t.' M
For 3
FOB Aral
-- family of Gainesville visited the We hope to do better with our Cone 19105wS73'E10S' ::. N 1'75 ft of. SE\t\L' l1a.U. Beg.WR/W at, a x>Ft f St'where' RD s1 Motel. : j2.4i

Smith Johns family last Sunday. column next week. 111 13' to.POB 3Z. n Willie &owe U 0NW'4 Of NW14 ERab 100 &: S BDRY '

: 1U1IP! Com.at. bE: Cor-.ct. V I ut".1QA on ..it of NEU Of SE'J
r rr V of. SE3. epd .To. ovlngtOQ IN? &: run N 'SO

NOTICE run \V 40 FLaLS .'W>>'SQ ;W SWLY 228'. ELY t It +M' ..
315 Ft..for W.rs.V .; L4' ix fAEx86A 1D 'i. 1 rt t .. : '. i49'; to Pob 15 f ** ..; ;;
: Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be \ s.i F.t. s is7't COl'. Z1. 24 J Ann. )flurry .11.5. Bea.:'at Int. of SLY ... Cecil Rafuse 6.14

i d.Ft..to tv f ,..I't' fTSuapyAcrps ftlW ()f,Co Gr Rd
sold at public auction at 12:00'o'clock: noon on the 6th day of June 1.l/W.of tu ZOO, N ;-. .. ..Lotot.Q1k: J "" ." r. &: E BDRY ofSWU

: A.D., 1958 at the City Hill, City of SUrke County of Bradford, A.loqg w. R/W '. SP,1! A.me t rtt, '} Tyson I.U of 0fE4.
f J
lSlk -
113.4 Ft. W 111 Ft G. 'p A'St W1"" Ii t. :' 1004. \ ; SLY on ELY
State .of'Florida, to pay' the' amount due for taxes herein set op om POS 3Z 4S 19 y. 3.. ,data B tU l .1.71 SUIU1Y ,4cres >r tlo4eft ]?,ell I.U BDRY of SWU of .
C no Ft S from' ;, That f'orUon Of NE>4, 214' WLY
posite1 to the together with all costs of such sale ,and advertIsing -
NW Cor of NE's SW14 of Blk 1 N '._ PAR RD 210'.'
.. ..
: : of NW%. &: run S of R 3W &: that NLY 210' ELY on. i -w.M 4: + : ..
210 FL E 420 FL Portion of SI1'A iJt R3'210' To .

r % W. 420 i Bik1NofR4 W. ..,' r'... .. POB eo 7 *! IP.' tr-rnSnias r'" 9.52
D"M'ript S. T. R. Arrr. Owner' Taxes Ft. tog at ) Sf3 'Vasco Forsyth U5 that lies in NW a_ .- -;., Carter; 1.1 I. NEU o! SWU .20 1 ?? U a..Twt fit. fldy .31.54
I' 6eorge 3 eWis
LCARL of NE!% 16 'i' Z1 I IS ;
l !
w Lot 3 of BLK. In :! n Il All WIt of Bit. ;SSofR4WE Lots 4 .& 13 S/D pf "
Orrta Acres fi1) Thomas D. Hangen S..64 JOHNS Tax Collector of. N% ofNE%
X775 Ft of S1of City of Starke Florida 4t June 6 W Line of NE NWU 'Ex1 RdI 23 3 22 I Clemon Alexander ..3'l
:-WIi Ex. About May 161 of.W'4e Temples: '- Lot 62ii Ft SQ In .. ,
lOA on IEnd to ., SID .e !1' 33 f tutus Rigsby JUS SE Cor of Blk 9
Covington Lawson \ ff9lICENdttc 1 Lot in SW CoR Wrights/ Add 30 7 23 D wltt William 13.24

4 EX. N 5A is. er}IygIQeiq, : tIq Ji the following described la1as will be sold atpudic of B5S of R3W ls} Lot ,10'.Crystal'On Lakeviewof Lake '

& EX. 1A in SW auptJou Oft 'Qth..daY'lif\ Ma.,.. 1958 a.t Stark& the Count of Bra Temples SID being ... ..emu s Uomebites of 41 ,-' vX I; r ,It
\;Cor. 21 6 22 9 Annie Murray 6.59 fcr&. $tat F101i4a. tppay. the amount due far taxts .MI"fln set opposite ApproL 132' E II; JIxW an
Lots 6. 7 & 8 of Blk tQ' the 1Jt tocQtber :wittt'aU costs of such .sale and adverUsing..L" by 100' N&S fr Z1 6 U W. -C. McCord lO.n Lot Un-recorded 22 deed Lake- John Ellis Bryant 19.52
;;: on
2. In Sunny AcresSD I 1" 11...... Com. SE Cor of view efCrystal
Lois Ilagan 3.82 velierl 'j' 8.t: B. Aerea O.eer' Taxes W* of Blk. 1 $ .' ... Lake Homesitts ,. I.. r. Ian ,
V .17. '
Lot 4 of Blk. 21a of R 3 W Templ r
Sunny Acres Robert Dell 1.77 A jS1 ot>t 'Ntra. : SID and run N ta' Un-secorded deed Jack C. Blount 7.94
-' AEase- Lot 65. 67 Pine
Lots 7. 8, 9 & 10 of g SstHt v t S line of NE 01. V & on ...". D '1"1
40.42: on Oak of "
Blk. 3 in Sunny' pent.Rf j al I 20 40 Alfred V. Everett 40.26 SWY4. Con. N 16'. I .F.- Crystal Lake Honeites Dubert
Acre SID Alfred Barnes 3.97 LOOT 13, 14 ,of Blk. Ft. for POB, RunE : Mai. B. 25.31

1 A in, NE Cor of 29 lnT: .Town of. c ep R BI 'tQt 501t. N 71'n ItW Lot 49 & 51 on oak Hartley

a 12Ak tract cf landform Ne% River. "Z3-U < to' R.. C. : B.68 11301ft.116 W '1 of Crystal Lake
.*!y owned by Lot4 TU W/iy N 2Ue Homesites of
P. C. Goodwins in lil' Town' of New *.-. -- : : b. .. S "- 50 ft S to FOB U' II J 1). DrlSt'ol XrL' James- S.isc> Un-Reoorded Deed an WUUam U. Mallck U.'It
a NV4 uf jcmt o* River 3. 24 < 1. Jessie Sewell Est 8.52 20: c/o tin Lots SO- I. 52 pn Oak:' .
SWtf lying Nat. S%. "of Sw3. of v vvvi ..., "'. ? > Lot > .84 4 20 4.24 N.Rt'no SID Willie Mao roweU 6.12 t: i t
A. a flack Minnie Sanders 6.59 10. Queen. Eeta Gantling HftmeEties; of 'an
Lot 3 Ei -.- Lot 1 & 2 of Blk U
SW: ot BLK ff s- ( 15.1,4 : 711 Unrecorded Deed L. E. Gibson 13.74
4onnIe Flowery ?
to Ernest Edwards In N-Reno SID }. ,
c.f R,3 W TEJU t t.. 'j.'. Lots 28 & 30 on
6' 25 & Ett of .N>,4 of '.' Lot Ii, U of Blk. f' q-.;;
SID 'i AU & Manle Barnes 3.05 ; Robert 1M 27'03a Cypress of Crystal :i.,; .. ..
AllV'4 of BUC S> Lot 4 & Lot S 4- In Gahagan SID V Lake Homseltes of ... i

S of R: 4"' WE' Say of Lot S ft N Lot II of Blk 1 litIn 1 \" ; An Unrecorded deed James F. Adi 13.74
ofV line of NBK. 3/4 of Lot 7. 8, 9. t :.4 ='x.h! Jt2V ; {Vaga.n SID .Aal'Q Bailey 1.1' Lot .34 on Cypress .:':;:.
of SW% Tempos. ft; 10 17 335 BtehamlBnter.Bribes. 28S.30 Ex of Crystal Lake .t" .. ,..
SID' tl 0' z25' Ruftts Inc ,- HomesitPB anunrecorded 9\. t.
RIgsby 7.1* Lots 1, 2. 10, 11 of Lot 3 of 'Blk I SJl '-" :
3.14 deed Co' ;
Com. Sl-lCo of.W%, Blk. 1 In Ward .j I' Gahagan SID ;j 1,40tt-3.epnoo .ti.... rcett 7.91
a_ of BLK C, Sof City s t 21 Q. H. Parker- 6.62 Lots 8. S. 10 of BUiI WlUiim Wesley. '7.it Lots 19 'Jc : kestal
\ One Lot _60 Ft. N Z in Gahagan SID Cypress of .. .
R 3 W.TEMPSD6 N. ft S by 100 Ft E Lot 19. 23 of BUS $ .V Lake Homesiua of .> '""' l' j
a Ruta to-S-of' 8:.W In1 SW Cor. :. !i ..r20 &: Lot 13 of Bit Hrm' Cehe 7,61i an unrecorded deed Ronald M. Griffin JUt
line of .NEHi
l of SEU of SWU t 7 1. U. E. Green 33.04 3 of Gahagan SID Lots- 49 '1e.51 on *. ,
N- .
a of SW% Gong .. 1 A, SQ In SW CorN Lot 10 of Blk 3 in Will 1i Ut Cypress f>f Cryat&l :; :. ,.., -. ,- .
.. POB Green
155 Ffc for ; ,
oC SWI4 of NW34 Gahapn SID. .,. .r t sv LakeHomeBltes) of L I
...... *run 'l} 50 W Ft 100 N .-. of Rd &: W of vJHtch ..;(. !:: f r*" V Lot It of Blk 3 ID Wiujann w: Parker 1.11 -an un-reoopded deb JwnW.W. teeter U.'It
7i 41 jFt, Gahagan SID PCorn. Lots'.foJ'$8 .
It f tO 1 E.: Z. Tetstone 4.08 4aCoress -,'", '
Ft 130ttt,1W% Ft W..l11 %/ o{ at NW Cor ot of CrystalLake V VS.
N 50 ft NW' I ..- .
.I!;% Qt Iii SWIM of SW%. Homesites of
w S to POB D. Driscoll 1418ca All WU of NE%' Run E no Ft. for a un-recqnted s e4 > T. R. Clark JUt

.. Mra. James'Leach'' of STVT4 N of BJv- FOB N 190 FL FI ;,(J.... Lot: 60 &: 63 01mess
.. Lot 3 ot BLK SO, inLots erExA'I'oClay.: .*. ;u -L. ,i".J". 50 Ft. .100 Ft .It N"" 1. Wi1UamI.- .. "Ii C: of Crystal _- t .,_.
N Reno. SID Sally F. WtUiams' 1.77 Eleo Corp. 11 fAll a. u L. C. Clemona 84,23 W jj) Fi..to FUGBNWt 23 I" ke Homcsitea ofdeed- 1
6. 7 of BLK 20 .. p1 ad un-rcorded P. P. Chit
E" of N\i- of SE = t\ .!17 \"" :'" v ? SWSW : JUILQts
in X.'Reno S/D Wljlie Xu Powell 2.55 Of NWU* 5' 1' 11 10 L. .H. Aldredcft 6.02" Ai
.. Lot S of..BLK 23 in 34' Un4viJ"ea' Int iiv V -__L; 'IJ,. I e Run 61'Sionz; >i"V t *J4. C6 en }

... X-RenoS/D Saul Hankersoa' 2,24' SWl;(" of S _._. .._ .r" _.= _.. See. Lln4 ItGO 1'1.. Cypress of Crystal '-. K' tan
.. Loth&2efBLK24 SHU' of SW1&: for POB, .N' 200.. Homesites of

In N-fitno SID Lonnie Flowers'S.tS K of Hard ..Rd &: .. Ft.E... as .Ft, ..8 un-recorded deed _' y., .CStewart. U.' U
Lut 5. 23. of BLK 1 AU SEW pl SWW: ZOO .Ft.-'to 34 ;Seel Lot 9 of, Lake Bedford -. }
In Gafcagan SID Line W.a.IOQ I 4 Shores J. Dflon Eason. Jr. tg.lS
Robert Lee 7.18'AJire.n W of Hard Rd Ex: :.t.+:.t r+ .:: ;" .
Lot 8 of BLK 1 In that Port N"oj GR w y: 7 cr q : : SeI;. Line 50 Ft. .r, Levr. Le\D0I1" 1.11 Lot lJU 5 .of Inf.Blk.in D ft ..
Gnhag S/D Rd and ex.'W 25 ft 15' tl 78 W.' tt WaJawrteS1 !Ulof' To FOB {' V., U 1 JJ -- Tract
E of
,_ Ex. R/W. Holley I." Com at "WCOr of Bedford Oaks SID ft; Windbua ,1.11
tow !E of" i-9h -i'' ; of Btt of Lot 10 & Lot. .
Lot 3 o( BLK S ) : SW4 .sW.1k "a ( { h
Gahann S/D Levy LennodiWflll&m Uf' .jt1II34, .. .. $21 81" %0. Duck'Joaes. tb.1i4Beg run t; 210.ft EV.1Dh'ft i 11 ef BUt A Jit Iii 0: v V

Lots 8, J'). 10 of BLK .-' at Int.- of Crosby ; .. ,. .for mH.-ruB S' ... .10"101 .: t .pleasant SID 11':2 7t I WU0 4 10.71

2 in Gahagan S/D WtfeJ'1 8,32 Late"Shores- tt E 359 Ik. N\ Lmnie. Tysoa Jk al ll.OS EJi of Lot 4 Bit C Martha f.udlsiHStaJder .
N .Line' of 100 It W 259' ft to k
Lot 19. 23 of BLK 2 SWUV .. '
__ &: Lot 1! of BLK 3 of''NEfti; SLY allone .r PO)3) _..., ft.' II 6 32W274 Tract lit Pleasant 1 B fi/D Mt Thomas B. Draee. ,1.87StrtterJ.

of Gal a an SID lump Cohen 1.11' -Laie"105 Ft. qt NW's 01.N1:14 Pleasant S/D & 1
ELY Par with N !: all a ofsH ,
Lot 10 of BLK 3 in ;- Lot tn 8fi Cor.
Gahagan S/D .Willie Green'W. 1.77 Line' of .SWKof. :.;. -".7NE1i -I- ...- ;< .0', NWi44 N.. of NWU being .. .. ...,... ,. ....
Lot 19 01 ,ELK 3 in :%10 tt. NLY. fl(. ,Rd4 N% ,* 16.10'' N&8'b,. ... .t. .--
105 Ft to'N'Un'of ... '- N BU ,
1: -
Gahagan S/D .I' -AUam Paet: i 1.77 SWU. ot'NIfI4' ... .-. W of SW : 466.10'W 'Ill Sawyer. Jr. 10.17
Beg. fc"W Cor of 4. *. h.ryIlmae. >; Com. Fat .fSWU
at HB tat
.. .W to POB' 66 1' y MUtoa .1; d. n. c r Ludle' d Coon4 .
XWU of SW i &: alP l 6. \ 17.SS.ft" .l\'FI:{ N of 4'1 4 I .43,34 -'run 8 .ItV
4 .
run E along Vi sec Beg.At' NE Car.. off. E 51 pf V'W 4 of" for POE .eont, ;'9 ...
a Line 560 Ft. for NEH 'of NWIM of NE .,of SE : 100*'W 44V X.100* t- ; :1. PRis :: 'itt'

a FOB. N.;!OO FL E RunSWLYFt'., for SJ9U'POB! !:!_ ... .., .. Of NE TX, ..AOf. .,. 23 I 23 'JoTlT r -- TtomaiR.t U.Lot.,4 E U!' to J>9BComJAJL. : :i' IS Iir It Paul p. Hoffman It." t

: 50 Ft S ,%00 Ft to 8m T. 210'F#, w': ''". '' r Lot.oi. rl lae ., .. err #B CV .of'

31 Seor Line W I 210 Ft., NELY 210 .. 1&n h' SAD \ : .. .1bo..,........ nO.TOLol.i'dt.QlBIk S oAn JJ 170'For
along: I Sec line V S. Ft ELY 210 FC ; a"F -
<1' : POB Contf
: 50 FtTto( FOB 22 6' 22 LMTy'Lerihon":" (..OSLinnTn To FOB ZS'' JI1 lira Kit Morgan 11J7; In Dow"ltt jL --* .. ., ,. S 60'. AT440 NSC' W !::
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Com. at NW Cor of EST. SID.Ei SIX .W' -Eur7 P. Stokes 11.17 E440 To roB II. 19 1f9ry; Eo Simms SUI
: swy of SW&: I Lot In NE t or.., Lots 5 7 of Blk U .tp (!it / v i- i L< AI ;; ; >t. EtA!
.. run S ;!ID.JX .E._ ,. .. ... ..-; Of Lot 17 bewc .. In Orlff. Town Starke Mrs.' W. ''. MafshiU, .140.07V. S 74' .f K 82 Oft .
100 Ft. tor a PO l.- 361.5SQ In Wood- V Lots 1. 3. of BIt 16Ex.WISFt&Ex NWU! -ol.s1C; b. .
a Run S 1M t*. .& lawn 10 S 11 S V. H. Starling 13.74 : ELY. $75'pad, EL IS1 > !3f iaar.. r !'r

239 Ft., X 100 Ft. N 35 Ft of Lot 1 R/W C' + 't I' 8 II LI tt1ie l!. "" 11.
.. ,W 259 1> Ft To FOB 22 I 22 Tyson, et. al 8.14 .SW 4 of Lot 14 In In Orte Town of en.i. >- N 200Vf W f/4'et !t 'K .1' tr l. O., r !f 'T"
C SW% of SWU & Lots 3. 4. of Blk. 12 J. Com-t&t SB pot of'i i
run t: 610 Fu S In Lawtey W of Ry 1 fettle d fimiitJi 8,87 1 Lot !0 Ft N ft va ( run W S05

110 Ft for FOB. SU of Blk 25 In ..e 'ar. "'_,.S W*T NE Ft. -.E'i FO-JOB K.lJJft'

run W 50 Ft S j.awtey Ry George 1".' Younf $.0S. In Corof -, WSS'; SIf6T'r- _
a 160 Ft Com. at' a Pont at Lot 5 of Blfc,18 in rr K''Hek4
F:750. FUN SEIJ'&U'. '* JPO
.. .. ?
100 ft Ii'oFPOB' 2%' ( t .!! SalHe;&: Joe; 4.77 Cor. (f'St 8t' A' V yAf> jTown! Af -'. / 4"t- / Core J'! 8 # Eeptou 8 rvic ee 8.31
.1 rr
.Williams' Lake'Are. 1;" Oa.- Starke G nou f J3.19 at pfrvjn

--, WSida; 'tf sty; st_ j ii Lots! Eat b'TiG: JW523.5'
RunN: tO'ft. W7: '.. E Ftof ... NWLY tn.5' 'tor'

: Orotl'lU ton!(;aFt! : !ee .with Eve 'Otie4Yo H>Buy." ( '!tI? "Ft Ft:, 1.10 PAltk; Ft with": B V' .' 4 of Blk of 22 in Stark OrlKTfria JAot 4-S J..tmmdio- 104.88 POS on X; LmTSa'linl'Y'. SLY

Iifi9l a ,W" 4Eiidiil atec The Mhidh tMita Profin L.ak.'A t5': 1'0$3A 1311.15 t Lot Tot .. 1100' SELY 103' toPOB
of &Y :. $1 Jn1, i*t. I .1 C. O. Jf"", .. ,
I Purl a
;fl "i.1t Cos. BiD V fzid '!n Jr 21.44 S 2tI 4r6ro ia' 1tt. ,. ,117- I.U

: Rol-lJLt at88' EVERyY2ND Ft SLot'. In Town ,of .' '' .-_ _.. -: Woo Lots ) &,4 .. Ft. cI .w of ..c.SW" .- "
.WI' ') Lawtey"E of J\.J SadIe er&1rfenl tot of 8pc 2T talT tan ,{ .of 5W4 of fi- :L _#0 tt ._ iA
.GsI GALl J ,Lot 2 in' Bll3>Wirfe. I Cos S/D ( sea SlocumJirtfrtH' 112 lIo"W'4... ...... F ;.z j John ftfeliad e 1.03

awter E of? ',' Lot 38 In .Indian[ ..
Lots 3. 4. of Blk
MARY Harry Kittles 1.52 In L. T. 4: COS ,,r .,, .. Beach i 103.7S
: CARTER'> PAINT STORE One Lot -100M Ft E: J';;: CoDTkdgoVS
.& W.b.J !74 tt.:. .N. SID V J4JIT'.t.fAIrt11. 10.0JNat .
w .
501 F. W 8th Ate. Gainesville FR 48: In SW r: ofLot17 1Rcki 'J, ]J.- ., VTAX'C6LLI1CTOR
.. ; 6-7588 8 I ', .. }Y'
w -
.. t Uf'7 Lots 12. 13 of Blk. : -
iFt U LawteJ'.H 19 L ft-COS BRADFORD
w to T. fOlI3F'i. *LORTDAPAGE
w of Ry .i, Be..rt_ _hs .7rVf .. 9.OJf .u4. Winiama ,. 7.11


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J.41wtef .(presently meeting In City,Hall I ADVENTIST.CHURCH. I I
, RT. Baynwnd: A. M RUhj- 'A.. E Massey Pastor Sunday-;Bible study, 10 ft. IlL.: 'Services each Sabbath, in thr ALVAREZ': Established 1894 II tip III

CHURCH) Sunday Services-9:45: I a.m.. Bible school 10. a. 'm. worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. ,!home of S. N.,Brown across from 1lliREVIL Men's Clothing III
j. NEWS Church School 11:00'am..
Morning 11' I
; Preaching, $. ,ml people's Bible I Bethel Baptist Church east of
Prayer and Sermon.
Evening Service, 730; p. nil: Starke. Sabbath School
Holy Communion-First Sun- !study, 7; preaching.. 7:20.( 2 p. m .
Bible and: "
Study Prayer Meeting Bible each
day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, ,Wednesday=Bible study. 7.-30 Study Wednesday,
7:30 : I
m., Wednesday.
7:30 a.m. p :p. m. ,7:30 p. m.-Ardcn Mote, pastor.
,Radio, 'program, '8 to 8:30 j.
MelKoBut Church Wednesday-700: pjo, Choir m) ,each Sunday over station Radio :Program- Station
Presbyterian ChurchFriday Practice; 7:45: p.nt, Litany and WRGR, Starke.. WRGR. Monday' 6:30. a.. m. Church. .Rev. C.. R.. Crum, 'neldMen's
Bible i "
'Day last
Sunday Church School for all program weekend
Adult Choir practice, Other: meetings ,and services by CATHOLIC CHURCH CHURCH UF GOD starting,with Thursday night. On
ftgss, .Pi5; : aoa. Morning Worship 8 P. m.Sunday. announcementHIGHLAND AT
St. Edward's, .Starke: Sunday Friday night the Antioch'and Calvary -
11 am. Dme-A-Mite for MYF' Church School fall or SUnday' School, 10 a. IlL'Morn.
61S 1>.Dl. Evening Worship. 7:30 ages,'9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Mass 10:00 ajn. Holyday Masses, :lag Worship 11 'L 'm. 'SUnday members of Starke presenteda NORm
6:30; and 8:30: ajn. Sign of the program with .Rev. George tee I I SIDE BAPTIST CHURCHRaiford
p.m..Wednesday; evening. at -7:20: we .a. "Do Youth You Know Him?" 11 'BAPTIST CHURCH Cross Friday, 8 pjn. Catechism Evening Service,-7:45 p. m. YPB pastor and choir in charge.. Other :
Fellowship 6 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Service' Wednesday; 7:45 p. m. Starke participants included Rev..
have Prayer Meeting and Bible''Evening' Worship, "Growth'at Class for children every Saturday ( 'Road at
Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Sampson White and congregation.. )
study; Everyone is invited to Corinth," 7:30: 9:30: a. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. '
p. m. 7:30 p: ,m. Prayer Meeting each On Saturday' the Boy Scouts of :
worship with us at all services.A I Tuesday Women of the Wednesday,' '7:30: p.. m .: Rev.George StWilliam's, Keystone LAWirr' Troop 71 played a''pall game 'on (MONDAY MAY 26 THRU ?
nursery is provided for smallchildren : Church 8 p. m. Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto ,
Chism the'gr
I pastor. Everybody unds. Scoutmaster BookerT. . .
during both Church Wednesday Men of the welcome. St William sign Sunday Mass Sunday! School, 10 a. m. Morning -
l School, and'Mornlng Worship. Church supper meeting, 7:30 p. 8:15: a.m. Holyday Mass. 7SO ,Worship,11 a.' m. YPE Sere local group with was Chester of the
i ,A"Junior Church is provided for m. CHURCH OF JESUS CUBIST ,am. Confessions before all Maas-J Jce Saturday;7:30 p. m.VVVVVVVVVV .,, in Crum.
Jr. charge of the church team. I
"ellUdrentfrom five through
ages Thursday Junior Choir practice LATTER DAY 'SAINTS )J. Rev. Crum: assembled the group, 7:45, .P.M.
ten ,during: the Morning Worship. VyVVVVTVyyVJVVVV VVVVTTVTTTVy.VVVVjVVVV.VTf4EWS
3:30: ;
p. m. Services oW
each Sunday :a and blessed the ball game and
.i Masonic Hall on'.)!:. Call St. .Sun. OF INTEREST TO COLORED activities before they started and I Nightlyeveryone
A, The Tabernacle GRAHAMBAPTIST day School 11L m. SacramentService CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY closed the activity day with pray. ,
.8:30: p.'m. .Everyone web er and collection. A total pf -
The sympathy of the Tabernacle Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning coma By ,Ozora. ,J., 5he1L .. 189.00 was raised for 'the' church ..
coqgregitipn goes out to Rev. S. Worship, 11 a, m. Training 10 during thiS' program. Rev. Crum
J. Union aaaaaaaaaa.aAA&&&&&&&&&& &&&& & & & &AAAA&&A& & &&&&
t Grady ln-the recent loss of his 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship NEW RIVER ------------------- --------------------- wishes to thank all participants

belQved wife The Gradys have 7:30 p. m.Rev.. W. O. BAPTIST CHURCH First Grade RegistrationAll be'deliverecI"by' Prof. C;C. Ander for making this program a com-
long been. friends of the Tabernacle Collins, Sr., pastor. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship children ',who', will be 'six son'' f'Anderson Junior High plete success: Rev.' Crum is the L Welcome
work though members of Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Sere old by December' ;31. 1958 School; Lawtey. custodian of RJE school where
another church. 9 HAMPTON ae: 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting'ea yare eligible for attendance at On Monday June 2, parents are he has six children enrolled. 0,
Some phophetic messages were CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wednesday 7:30 p.m. school next term. Parents wHo 'asked to bring pupils for registration Aden Chapel' AME Church : ::; 9
brpi)grt this week by Dr. Harry Christian Endeavor, Friday ':!O I 1. have,children and live in the RJE that'will be old enough'to: Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. .
'P. McGee, evalgelist and Bible p. m. Bible Study; Wednesday, BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH district .are asked to bring themto 'enroll, in first grade''in;.September. Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will [ [" u

.teacher. 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship Sunday School, It a.. m.; morning school for pre-$ hool registra- Bring their birth certificates ,as ': observe annual Women's Day on $i Good Ringing
Qa.Friday: evening May 23. at 11 a. m. Evening Worship worship, 11 a. in.; training ipn, Wednesday May 28, room 1. proof of age. MrsL D. B. Jacison Sunday starting with Sunday ;
7:;0 o'clock the anniversary ser- 7:30: p. m. Bible school 10 a. m. union 7 p. m.; evening, :worship. Mr?. Mabel .Lee'and Mrs. Beulah first grade 'teacher win enroll school at 10 a. m. Supt. Irene 0
.vice commemorating the 25th year 8 p. m. J. Pennon are' the first grade them: Educational; : tour;;,Saturday, Thomas in charge, lesson 'will; be : :
of the Xpuading cl the the work, CHURCH OF CHRIST Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, teachers'who .Will ,be in charge qfregistration. May'24, bus'leaves school'8:60: ,a. reviewed.Supervisor Shell. The .
iwlll be held in the annex with a C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister 8 p. m. Please .be ,sure' to M. Mrs. S: C. Price', Principal. morning address will be deliveredby

program,. '.of music. reports, etc. Sunday, ,Sunday School, 10 bring .a birth cert1ti ate" 'or affi- ,C; C. Anderson JrV\ High Mrs. Minnie Belle Wheeler, E.C. HARVEY SPEAKERH. "
YOU'LL LOVE tie new Ester a. m., morning service, 11 a. m. PENTECOSTAL: HOUNESS 'I davit to verify the: age of 5& or On Saturday:May 17 the elasssponsored graduate'of Florida Normal! Industrial \ ,

bKMk Ju e-4k 4'fountain pens io evening service, 6:30: p. m. CHURCH 6 years by May 28 which would by Mrs/, C. Johnson and Memorial 'College Alvarez Song Director.
'pastel glades,' only f 3.09: at Brad Wednesday ;Bible study, 7:s0 Sunday School 10 a. m.;'Worn- I make 'a child 5& become six:by 'sponsored'aII 'educational tour to and substitute teacher of schools ,
C Mtr Telerraph. p. m. tug Worship, .11 ,a. .m.; Evangelistic December 31 of this year. If|you Mayport, Monday ,May J9< 8 p. m., in Bradford ,County. Music for -
jfDrd" aervjces, 730; p. BL do not have a birth certificate the PTA Hobby Club Adult Talent the morning will be furnished by

Wednesday v- Prayer :Meeting you may get olio I by writing the, Show, Saturday y 24,Pun\ ,and; Mrs. Z. P, Jennings teacher at = ..
FIRST 730; p. m. State :3oard BAPTIST Church St* 210. Jacksonville Florida. Do not' Florida 'x.ake, ,Monday May"'26,) The evening program will beginpromptly
Am PARK BAPTIST CHURCH delay your ehild's registration' for p. m. end of King and Oueen at 6 p. m. Address Will STORE: HOURS

Rev, Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Sunday Sched 8:45: : a. BL; Morning school next term, oW write for a contest, 8 p. m. commencement, e delivered by, Mrs. D.. B. Richardson 7:30 Jo .5:00
,..;, tt ,Worship 11 a. SL, Training certificate today.: Parents who are Rev., W. D. Pelham, guest sjjeaker.. ; teacher .of ,Anderson Jr.
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Union 6:45: p. .m. evening Wpr-' prepare U .register,.eluklran for Thursday May 29, starting at 11a. High;-,music by Antioch Choir, THIS WEEKS

: Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum 130 ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer the first rtile this month\ please m. May Day' activities. All of Mrs. Gertrude Carter, president: 7SATURDAY: Tp Noon
Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. bring,them :Tuesday Sept,.2. 958 the schools'' in Bradford County soloists. ) Miss ,Jessie Mae Sewell,

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.Sunday Everyone welcome. without_fat. !., Prof. Eddie :Thomp- are participating. The general Mrs: Louisa Brown. Mrs. Arata
: i kins, .Principal..Watero4 public is invited to attend. Prof. Williams and others Many ,local
School 9:45: A.M. '- Training Union 6:30 PJH. K1NGSUEY LAn Elementary C. C. Anderson principal. C.. church' women will take part on
.MISSIONARY BAPTIST The annual closing program of Johnson reporter. this grogram which promises to
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.AI. Sunday School 9:45 ajp.' Morning the Wateroak,school will be held American, Legion Delegates be a real. treat.. Come out and enjoy -
r TTtrship 11 a.!;!.- Evening Sunday' May 25 at' ilea:: m; at RobinsonJenkins' -DeSue Post j all pf these services. Sisters
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer.Mee tiny Pleasant Grove Methodist Church. 314 of Stare has elected Booker 'M. L'Taul and. E.1. .J. Givens, co-
each Wednesday 7:30' pm. >Every Music win be furnished;; by the T. Marshall,- Sr as delegate'' lorthe hafiri en. I
THE t .
!" CHURCH one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, school. The address will pe delivered department' Convention that Pleasant Grove Methodist Church
pastor. by Prof: Elmer R. Shell, will be held in Lakeland May 22 Pleasant Grove Methodist
teacher and coach at RJE. -On to 25. The Auxiliary delegates are Church, Rev. H. J. Blount pastor
NORTH SIDE Wednesday, May 28 .the Rhythm President Leona M. Royal and held 'regular !service last Sunday WATCH THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS
Qt7M M BAPTIST CHURCH Band will have a minstrel> >and secretary; Pauline Marshall. Mrs.. starting 'with Church School,
dOl 1f' Gdf/Q Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn concert at the school. May 30 the Marshall is also president of the Supt. Leo DeSue' in charge.' .
ing Worship 11 a. m. Training school will present "If I Were Go. Fourth Division of the Eleventh Brother rence DeSue is'out of LEHI PORTLAND CEMENT
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship ing" in songs dances and drama District and' will be representative e the' Bradford County Hospital I
MADISON STREET 7:30 p. m: Prayer Meetin have other Mayi Day W| two ,capacities. Mrs.! Fanny after a successful operation. He.wIshes'totbank..the
Wednesday, 7:30: 'p..m.. Everyonwelcome. gactivities' dui ing'the 'day.! All 'patrons Sapp. past Eleventh District president church: ;and Cash %Yarehoiise1.37
V a BAPTIST CHURCHSunday .- E. ,C Harvey, pastor. and friends are ,cordiallyinvited : will join this delegation members for donations cards, bag
JI. to attend these activities. enroute-; to Lakeland. flowers visits and other expres
HEDLBRONN MISSIONARY Mrs. Maybelle E. Roberts principal 0, President Royal is asking all sions during his illness. He is at
BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Lillie Mae Riley, .re membersto; participate in the home to his many friends ,and LEHI MAS'ON'SCash
SthooJ-, :45 A.M. porter. -'': Poppy sale on Saturday during deeply'grateful1 to all: for prayers MIX
1 Morning Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Schoor 10 'a. m. Mora:; Godchild Blessed her absence. and let's go over the and gifts. Grace DeSue reporter.
Training Union __ 8 P.M. ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Recently little Carolyn .Brown top Mrs. Pauline Marshall is Calvary Baptist Church

Prayer Time Wed., 7:30 P.M. Union Worship 7:30 p. m. Training was blessed by Rev. George Lee Poppy chairman and will see'that Calvary Baptist Church: Rev. Warehouse 1.25 bagSee
(Sundays) 6:30: m. MidWeek -
Prayer p. Wednes at Antioch Baptist Church.: Sister each member receives her quota George Lee' pastor is holding installation
Meeting Gertrude Carter is the godmother of poppies. Regular meeting will services for the entire
(Presently lIeetingVashington and Grand Streets) day 7:30 .
and Pastor Lee is godfather. She be held on Sunday June 8 insteadof week. Friday night the services Us For
Is tbe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. June 1 due to the annual sermon will be conducted by Rev. H. J.

Willie Brown of Lincoln City.. foe graduates at RJE 3 ppr. Blount choir and cjangregatign.
I: Hampton Training School ._ Sunday June 1. Sunday Rev.'A. Vmson(; choir No. Complete, Building Services
The annual school program i was Summer Prpgram 1 of Bethel and"Rev. G. ''G. MC-

held on Sunday at Macedonia The persons eligible for ''this Arthur, moderator of the Mt. Paints Roofing!? 'f' *
Sinia Association will I .1 : 'I
Baptist Church. The Rhythm program are pupils who have been havecharge. .
hl Band from Wateroak school un regularly enrolled in school dUring Rev. Clyde Hankerson will i Lumber Materials
der the direction of Mrs. M. E. the 1957-1058 term. Preschool preside at the meeting which will i.' r: a" .
Roberts presented Wooden Shoes children are not 'suppose d begin at 3 p. m. The morning and Masonry w '

'\ a Dutch song from "If I Were to attend. The program will1 include evening worship on Sunday will Water Pumps

\, i Going" which received an encore arts and crafts games be led'by the pastor, music by Products, 1 ,.
from the group. Principal Taylor sports, swimming music library the Antioch church choir. Sister
'. presented' all the graduates par fun which will include reading Gertrude Carter, president, Rev. i 0 Hardirarea,,: *. J Lawn MowersNO
ents and visitors and Mrs. Minnie games, word bingo and a remedial Lee wishes to thank aU churches ,
Belle Wheeler who served a s reading clinic with a real 'livedoctor pastors and members who partici1
substitute teacher for 10 daysduring and nurSe to bandage up gated on this program and madeit
her illness and hospital- reading scars if the Patients! are such grand success. "Togeth .:'. .l ti.# ./--\ C"'i,. ... .1--.. I ; '\ :i Ji?
ization in Starke. sent to the clinic. This activitywill er we stand divided we fall may '
On Saturday the annual beach be held on Wednesday only! God continue to bless you all. MONEY I DOWN
picnic will be held. The bus :will l af RJE and will be open only :to New Bethel Baptist Church
i leave the school at 8 a. m. Keystone children'in the first, second and New Bethel Baptist Church Rev.

Heights at 7:30.: Mr. Bird, ttntrd'grades. A., Vinsop, Will hold regular .service
regular bus driver will be ta This summer we will play primary on Sunday starting with Repair
charge of transportation. Personswishing relding'g8. for developing Sunday School Supt. S. W. Han I
to enroll for the trip are : better reading skill;, next kerson .in charge. All teachers are
\ r i asked to see Principal Taylor ,at suaulrer win be the intermediate asked to be present and on time.:.j Add Rooms ... Carport
once as the load will be limited period.. ''Parents win receive in- The pMrntog message-will be delivered j.;
\ to one bus. No persons will be yitattons to _send pupils that tare by the pastor. Music byj
allowed to sit or stand in the recommended by primary ,teachers choirN.fi... 4 finder the direction' ;. Bath Room
: aisles. The capacity of this bus of this clinic, which can b t Sister Lottie English B. T. U.
1 is approximately 50 so enroll If' successful by your sending *!th e ewill be held at the f usual iour. (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-
you want a seat. We are going to, children! each Wednesday startingJune Sister Santti Jenkins'/!president in : TURES)

Little Talbot Island in vat.- : 11 and ending Wednesday charge. Evening service at 7 y.The m.
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County. July 30. ,' SprinjrRaJly reports.fffil be Paint
Parents are asked to bring i all Enrollment for all activities' l''I mad Ey"the; 'Beacons.jAJD;men of --- New Roof
"-.4 r children to the school on Monday be held on Monday June 9. Activities the hiu1ili'are asked'to P y 10,
June 2, who will be 6 by Decem begin .on June JO. This year' Sisters. $5 please do Your full duty (LABOR' AND \5IATERIALS.

ber 31, 1958 or who are 5% (now the management' of 'the Reno''l'heatnr for the church. .Joan:Jenkins.,.re r.
; : so that they may be registered if or 1 has consented to let' ushave i porter1. .. 'If 1 : '
'i''t '
school next term. Pre-registratio n an:of our free movies'there, !,Red Cross Drive Ends ,
is very important because its}will i so vie win, spend 'each Tuesday I A report fif 17.00,for_ Hampton ,
enable us to get sufficient books I afternoon at the Rend,. thanks to School eommunitY' was'made by FREE ESTIMATES
.,. ( THE ROUNDS OF FlORlo 'S SCENIC SIGHTS! and other'supplies for your chil: Mrs.'-Elizabeth Givens, owner- I Principal M. Taylor which I{com
dren. Please bring a. birth certificate manager. -Tht''first freemotifs I pleted the school groups."'Pri 1cIpaI
or some verification of the! will be:. Fishin For 'Fun: ,.Africa n I C. C! Anderson of Lawtey servedas CALL OR WRITE
correct age of each child. M..Taylor Rhythms, The Fabulous'500 The I chairman of the D 1..e.or .-
y.: __UOWaft-.. Why get involved with eve tripe to far-away atatea, __ '" --- -
\ principal, L. W. Sullivan, re Light In-Your Life 91 minutes bf i DAY OR NIGHT
.ftwrifatteAstCirria Florida offers ywt a"whole tuyid at beauty, at reaaooabb rated!! porter.ThursJon. fun Iroin-''itart; to 'finish, : 'Only:, I
The lakes,groves and cattle cmutry of Central Florida-the oldest School News 4. .1! .persons who'have enrolled in the A'J S OR

Mis at St.Augustine-the newest at Cape Canaveral..Florida's The annual sermon deliveredtyR .program. will be admitted' to the,. 11 h i* ., 45 .232 I .

44 SresaiM..: Uooa freshwater lakes...beautiful beeches M both AUafitiMtt : .. S,,fi. Richardson was wery: "show' .1 Home ,Appliances,
Rev. Richardson talked I *
An 4
Gulf masts..aD waking to be enjoyed by you! This euIDOet i good. opend i : ;
F. Life'.and the Light of Lifeencouraged ]pal: ,. Your Friendly .
fed your turn m the Sunahine Stale! tv the graduates to follow .: C,,.C. Andetsol'and'' RJE. Principal I! I f *, *

in the footsteps of great jaenlite TtY Ompki nsEddie staff;assist Norge Dealer
,Bpoker T. Washington. goof: situ; Dr>F. :-Jennings and' O. R. STARE BUILDERSSUPPLIES
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY (, ge Washington Carver and Frederick Shell. Plan now. !to send"your.children i 0 NQEGE: APPLIANCES
Douglass. A very fine .C al.. :to'the summtr. activity program '
1" iection was raised by Mesdames ,, These same pictures will

Janie S. Mitchell and M. E. Rob. be'showtf in'Lawtey eaeb'rh ur5COLEMAN HEATERS and INC.
4 1 ; erts. day by Supervisor Shell who win
,. PUYATHOMtTHIS ran AT YOUB mL oma... May' Day. on Wednesday featured also have charge of music for tie FURNACES a ,: 1't
'- Thine to....pUeM..M.l U Florida tU Lincoln High School band group mte 1ifed.'Principal An derWe! Service AU brakes

SUMMER wmm.CM UM wkoU" pW..Ia.-.a.... of Gainesville. Mr. Jerry Milter: soa'wfll direct the program in' Of After 5 P.M.
MFLOUDAI s .-wP""ot' 11&yi.FP&I. \ in charge. The commencement Lawtey i -.Appliances. ]y I.. Call Eston Jordan 340WAT

program will be held at EbenezerBaptist CH 'cll letve :>- -J il ..'u I S.A.L
Church on Friday fda .Potnjua Hat Abffine Baptist"' 10 STARKE FLA.I .

r.' ___ 39 at 1:'0 p. m.-ne addresswfll Putnam Halt Ab&ne Baptist Uke, ft Wa
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-- TirCRSDAY. MAY m 22._. 1953ng

.YYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYYYYY.I was the Saturday night guest of noon guests of Rev and Mrs. ': ,
Lucretia Combee. James Kelleys. expected to arrive on ,Wednesday they will stay for a short; while. his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ned Jacksonville.Mrs. .
BROOKER Lucretia Combee entertained Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Harrison of this week for a two or three week Mr. and Mrs. J., B. Delay of Coleman, this weekend. Lois Griffis and the John-
t l Buddy Stokes of Starke, Miami have returned home after visit 'with them. Bay Lake and Mr; and Mrs..Leonard
approximately 45 of her friends Mr. and Ronald Brown visited his sons visited in Jacksonville and
with an outdoor party Saturday: Mrs. H. E. Stokes and visiting with Mr. and Mrs.. C.- 8. Mrs. R. C. Williams and son, Gill and son, Randy from Grandmother Brown and Rachel also enjoyed the Zoo.
By Barbara Sue Davis Mattie Sowells attended ser- Kelley for a few days. Ricky of
Tampa this
are spending Auburndale
night at the home of her parents, vices at were supper guests of on Sunday. Boatdrain Baptist Church
Emmes Church
..&&&&&&&&...i.&&&&&&&4.4"' the Warren Mizelles. and visit- Mr. and Mrs. Kie Mills and week in .Hampton with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Saturday Weekend guests of Jerome Sunday School, 10 Wor-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fipps in Mrs. George Harrington of'Palm Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. ,Horne. night. and a. m,,
After the games were played, Jacksonville Joyce Griffis was Buddy Jones. ship Service 11 a. m., Training
Saturday luncheon guests of Valley visited the C. S.; Kelleys Tracy Jones, who has been Mr. Robert Norman was in
and music from records for danc- and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins'grandchildren. Union. 7 p. m.. Evening Service
Rudolph Stokes and L. L.
Mattie Dyals
SowelIs Sunday.
were stationed at George AFB In California Gainesville
ing, refreshments were served the and children and Mr. and : Saturday visiting his Vicky and Mike 8 p. m., and Prayer Service, Wednesday
Mrs. Odell Craig and Mrs. Virgie Mrs. Wednesday afternon atfour with.the Air Force, arrived mother, Mrs. Maggie Norman and
guests by Lucretia at 7:30
and Mrs.
Junior Stokes are visiting them for a while. : p. m.
Rutledge of Newberry and Mrs. Mizelle.' and children visit- o'clock the Sub-Teen club of home Sunday night for a two other relatives. _
George Smith of Gainesville ed Mr.and Mrs. Harvey Fipps in Brooker presented a short -week visit Mr. and Mrs. Zinas Griffis
program with his
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis Bar- parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manni! of
Boola'ConeU Jacksonville Sunday.. They also in their Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Sweat, and Mr. TYUSConvaIescent
Mrs. of Tallahassee bara dub house for a and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs H. H.
Sue and Dickie Davis and ;
Mr. Ralph Mott of SilverSprings Harold and visited, the Zoo. group of the mothers and small Mr. and Mrs.,H. L. Ownbey of Lewis Saturday night. and Mrs. Willie Green visited Home
Md.. Mrs. Mattie Sowells Lloyd King enjoyeda Mr. and Mrs. Howard'Douglas friends. Patty Blgham was 'In Keystone Heights spent Tuesday -Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown in
picnic and swim at Gold
and Mrs. S. M. Mott,were dinner Branch_Sunday., Head and children were the luncheon charge of the program and it-began last .week'in Hampton with Mrs. Crosby for a few days are their Groveland last week. "A Home Away From Home"

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warner I Mr. Curtis Dowelling of Jack- guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. with a Bible reading by Mrs. T.P. Brown.- daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Calvin Realms was the Sundayguest ASK YOUR DOCTQB

.Mott In Hague Saturday night. sonville is visiting his'sister, Mrs. Strickland of Gainesville Sunday. Lloyd Wood. Mrs. Joe Lucas and daughter r Mrs. Glenn Stanley and Miss Betty of James O'Brien. ABOUT US

Mr. and Mrs. Avery Craig of Jeff Davis for afew, days this Mrs. J. K. Douglas visited Mr. i. The children. portrayed foreign of Maxville spent Wednesday of Stanley, all of, North Carolina. James Hornsby visited his son
Newberry were Sunday afternoon n week. and Mrs. A. S. Bealhng of Lake countries and their habits. last week with the Avery Siadefamily Visiting Mr, and Mrs. J. R. and family Mr. and Mrs. Russell Your Inspection Invited

,guests of Mrs. Mattie Sowells.. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and Butler ,section over the weekend. The most outstanding event in Hampton. Kelly over the weekend were theirdaughter Hornsby. He also visited his Nurses oa Duty 24 Hrs. Dally

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Prescott son. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis Mrs. Locha Waters. visited her during the. program was the Sunday visitors at the home of and son-in-law, Mr. and brother, Marklee and family of 227 S. Thompson Phone 153
and children of Tampa and Mr. and son of Gainesville visited brother Fulrey Dyal, in. .Lakeland yodeling song presented by Nancy Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade were Mrs. Jim Raulerson of Gainesville. _
and Mrs. Bazar and son of Jaickr Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis last week. Green and Ramona HarrelL Other Mrs. Otis Allen and Mr. and Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I
sonville were the guests of ?srs. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rayborn of members taking part in the, program Mrs. Joe Braggerty and, son of Crosby Sunday were their daughter -
Doshie Prescott Mothers day. Mrs. Viola Gillis attended Jacksonville ,visited Mrs Beaula! were Regenia Harrell Shirley Palatka, and also Mr. and Mrs and json-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. r
Mr.- and Mrs. Malcomb Lewis Union Church in Heilb servicesat Harrell Saturday morning. Ann and Libby'Tetstone, and Vernon Slade of Mlddleburg. Mar- John Spence of Jacksonville. 3 ijQ: I IOUN: IES.
.and children were the dinner Sunday. roan Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Lucas and Sandra Fairchild. The programclosed cia Kay, daughter Mr. and Miss Pansy Crosby of Jacksonville 1.

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lew;, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Raulersonand family of Tampa were overnight with a prayer by Mrs. M Mrs. Vernon Slade, had spent the visited her parents Mr. and Y
is In Gainesville Tuesday night. sons and Mrs. Rachel Green guests of the M. O. Harrells Fri O. Harrell. weekend her with her grandparents. Mrs. L. A. Crosby over the week-
Mr. and Mrs. Warren MizelTje day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew'Jones of .

and daughters attended the Tay erson visited In Mr.Clermont and Mrs.over Clyde the week Rob Anne [Cronin of,New York Donaldsonville Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. D. May attended churchat end.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Haas and BROWARD

lor reunion at O'Leno State Par* City was the'weekend. guest of Earl Gordon' and children Pa the Primitive Baptist Churchat family and Mr. Haas' father visit- COUNTYCounty

Sunday \ end.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Mansfield Mrs. Ann Klelnman. latka, Mrs. Sonney Dukes and the Union Church'Sunday.Mr. ed relatives in south Florida for
Norma Jean Tayloi of Santa Pe J of Trenton were the Sunday after i Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lewis of children of Lake Butler, Mrs and Mrs. Lynn Hall visited a few days last week. Mrs. Haas' Seat,
Gainesville were overnight guestsof Kenneth Russ and son of Mel- for several days last week in mother returned with them for a '
the Malcomb Lewis family Sat- bourne Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones Dasher Ga. near Augusta. visit. Lauderdale

urday. and daughter,*Mrs: Victor Jones Mrs. Dan O'Grady of Jacksonville Church NewsSundaySchool

Mr. and Mrs. ,Allen Lewis of and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill spent last weekend here with at. 10 a. ,

PROTECT Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Mal- Jones and children, and Mr. and her brother-in-law and sister Mr Church at 11 a. m., Training Union m.- ........
comb Lewis and children and Mr. Mrs. Einest"Russ"visited Mr. and and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and family. at 1 p. m., and Evening Services -
Pete Hicks enjoyed a picnic at Mrs. R. J. Jones Mothers Day. Miss Nell Crews, daughter of at 8 p. m. Also mid-week
) East Tutney Springs' Sunday. Mrs. R.: J, Jones and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crews of Prayer Meeting. ..
JOURSELF. Mrs. Iva Mae Short'of Gainesville Hazel visited Mr. and Mrs. Orie Raiford spent last weekend in .
:, \ visited her mother, Mrs. Garino in Jacksonville Sunday. Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. Ed 'VYYTYTYYYTYTTYYYYYYYYYlGRIFFIS

\ -f Amanda Lewis a couple of days Mr and Mrs. Bill Jones and ward Saxon and daughters, and '
\ \ last week. Hazel Jones visited little Phylis with Mrs. Ethel TidweU and Betty -
Jones who is a patient In HopeHaven' Durling. LOOP
s Goldie Thomas was the guest of
: .PsgBy'Cksckt Yvonne Conner In Starke Sunday.Mr. Hospital in Jacksonville Marklee Norman returned last Although not officially created as a eonfitr> tilt KiS
and Mrs. Carl Thomas of Sunday afternoon. .' weekend. from, a. week's trip to By Miss Cathrine PadgettAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAitA from Palm Beach and Dade counties, Broward is rich in
Linda Green was a patient In Florida history. One of the first Seminole
Gainesville visited, Mr. and Mrs. Missouri on National Guard busi Indian
the Gainesville reservations is located ia the
Tim Thomas Friday night. hospital Thursday ness.IAAAAA. county where archaeologists
',\ J" \ Linda Sue and Friday of last week. We had a nice, crowd out for have uncovered many ruins of historic value.
...., visited Mr. and Sunday According to Indian legends, New River, running
Juanita Stanaker in Starke Mrs. Frank Tinney and A'AAAAA. AAAAAA. .A.A.A&.A.A School and church last
: Sun- through the center of Fort Lauderdale
.i the
children and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. We invite sprang
You cannot lose ,by others\ mistake when day.Mr. Green and daughters Mr. and Mrs. you come. earth overnight. Today, Broward is one of the country's
t and Mrs. Ray Wilson and enjoyed a RISINGBy Griffisenjoyed fastest growing counties. Named for State Governor
: ? yo,, bore paid by check. cancelled baby of Jacksonville, and Mrs. swim at Keystone Sunday after- the' Bradfoid-Union Sing N. B. Broward [1905-09] the county's main'source at
V y Bill Jenovar and children of noon. at Oak Grove Church last Sunday revenue is the tourist industry.
chew ore legal receipts! to poymeoto Gainesville visited Mrs.. Groover Mr*. Gordon Jones Mrs. Gladys Collins'' and Mrs
YYYYYYYYYY, 9'YYYYYYY1 Mae Prevatt visited Mr. and.Mrs In progressive Broward County, and thtwrgfJout
I Thomas and Wilbur Thomas &&&&&A&4 Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation
also records of eJcpendUwes
ndy ejp'dally *- Russell Hornsby Sunday of Las t
Sunday. constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under
\ HAMPTON Mrs. c. L. Atkinson of Brookerwas week. pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict law
at Income Tax lime dthe bank Rebecca Thomas of Jackson-
ville and Donald the Thursday night'sup p r Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chane enforcement serves: the. best interest of the people of
I" \ Thomas were guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. of Tampa Florida, the Foundation stresses close '
visited Mrs. Chancy' cooperation with
does ofl the ) vH weekend By MM. D. E. LBft
bookkeepingH guests of Mr.
.' Miss Carolyn Jones was the sister Mrs. Lois Griffis this past the Armed Forces, law enforcement and governing
1 Thomas, and were officials in
accompaniedby AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiBaccalaureate weekend guest of continuing "self-regulation" program,
: Miss week.
: We invite cnchecklng account Nancy
.. you open Mr. Thomas and Patricia Manni! of ,
i Thomas to Ocala Sunday to visit June 1, Mrs. Liza Fose of Lake City

....1..rw.-, "' "."':', their grandmother, Mrs. Andrews. Graduation On June 2 Mr: and Mrs. Eddie Normanvisited spent the weekend with Mr. and
.' ..1. ,1 t.. t \ '. J t < Mr. 'and' Mrs. William Fowler Baccalaureate and graduationon Mrs. Norman's mother, Mrs. Ralph Gainey and family ,'\\ srii' United Stat u. _D _.

and children of Hampton visited June 1 and 2 will wind up the Mrs. Rachel Green In Brooker Miss Martha"Green visited Miss ,. 1 i 0 Poundatio.. ..
the A. I. Mann family Saturday school year at Hampton Elemen Sunday. Mary Brown In Orovejand). last f ;;: lot WI..U..-.orw.
/M 9a.A
FLORIDA. i Bank afternoon. tary School with Monday June ,2 Mr and Mrs. Reed Lewis and weekend. E ots 10Uo.- 0 I'Ioorw.

One of 28 Banks Ira tSl rfc. Mr. and Mrs..Bert Brit of Ocala the last day of classes, according children are now In Georgia where Nolan Coleman was home visit-

the Florida National H and 'Mrs. Neta Dyal of. Starke to Mrs. Ola M. Perkins school

Group visited the L. A.. L. L. and. Morris principal. ,
Dyal families Sunday. Rev. Orville Brookins will ,be
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Mrs. Fred Waldron of Wild speaker for the baccalaureate ser

wood was the Wednesday nigh mon hi the school auditorium on ,.-.. .

guest of her parents' the C.. 8. Sunday. afternoon. June l.at.i.p.
v- m. ,
Joseph G. Wood, assistant prin-
cipal of Bradford County High x ,

School, 1958-59, will give ,the ,
Designed For Southern Living commencement address at graduation the finest! gift

exercises in the school
auditorium on Monday evening. '. you can give. .
June 2 at 8 p. mAll ))14.

parents and interested I ,
I ONLY $5 DOWN friends are invited to attend both -

programs at the school.'Mrs. Per- PORTABLE .
kins added. Regular classes .will : ."_
be held all day Monday June.2, -.---- ,

the last day of school with lunch ,

BUILDS' THIS HOUSE ON YOURLOT being Birthday'!served! Picnic in the For cafeteria Five -.'. "j,

-'- ;Ma;: "
A "birthday
party" picnic at ,
Bedford Lake Sunday, May 18
;. ,
r I ., THe "CAPRI"n/ celebrated .
: | r ; / the birthdays of Ran -
dall Brown, Pat '''Bruce, Phil Ed- '
wards, and Mr. and Mrs. A.-H. ": ...

Perry.Taking part In the picnic were
CASH $ Mr. and Mrs. Perry and daugh-

ters, Mr. and Mrs\ 'W. D. Carter

PRICE 14 % and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emory .

Brown and son, Mrs. T. F. Brown, r.
+r Mrs. R, o. Simmons'and nephew,

v.. vDesi Phil Edwards,Mr. and Mrs. Wes ,: ,
Haddock, Mr. and Mrs Gene Chasen '

and daughter and Mr. and I
Mrs. R. L. Brown, all of Hampton;
and Mrs. Ida Parrish of Earleton, .
This Modern Two-Bedroom Home is gned for Southern Living. Three Jalousie and Mr. and Mrs Tommy' Bruce .

Windows and a Jalousie Door Among the Standard Features Offered in this and children of Gainesville. :

Well Constructed Home. Church Services'Change ,, '.. .
On Sunday June, 1, worship '4II
Completely Finished Outside, Doors, S' --: 2d' services at Hampton Christian ''- '

... __..r I Church will be held at 11'a.. m. "j ,
Windows, Screens: etc., and Two ,.' ,-
following Sunday School at 10 3. .. t

Coats of Paint. Partitions, Studding .. m. Instead of on Sunday evening. .. .
Thomas of Lake
Butler will
and Floors :.t J jY Services this next Sunday, May .: '. .
". .. "" t 25, will still be In the evening at : .

7:30: p. m. I% }/

Largest and qW oo+Tt : PersonalsMr. ". \ / /I/I

t and Mrs. R., C. Gray of ..-.....--
Jacksonville are the parents of a .
tAApt 100+1 t '1DOiA daughter '- :- "..
Best Builder of Shell Kimberly Sue born .
Tuesday, May 13, at St. Vincent'sHospital .\ .,. .",
In Jacksonville. Nowpastor .'
Homes"JIM of Trinity Baptist Churchin ,
r -- Jacksonville, Rev. Gray was ., h... ,
formerly pastor of Hampton .' ...,.....,; .:::=---. ---' ,

ara Baptist Church. __ _' .. .
Mr. and Mr. Oscar Davis moved ,x'. "t -

last week into the Kelch house, '. ..
east of Hampton and Mr. and '.: "J! -........ r .. .

Mrs. Willard Thomas and family ,', 0 : .
moved Into'the home vacated by '
the Davises .
near the east city
WALTER limits. Mr. Bush prices start low'as .
who- has, been as /;
living recently in the Kelch house :., : ': ., :

has returned to his former home 74.50 (plus I tax) .
near Washington. D.'C.c '
; ,
'; ..
Mrs. Arthur Mffliken off Ocala <, .

spent last Friday in Hampton only $5 down '. '.tt '

with Mrs. T. F.Brown, and Mrs ;. :,
CORPORATION A. L. Sullivan of Ocala spent last! ; 18 montJiato payj < % COUNTY
'; week visiting here with her sis ; .: ,
', ...4 _-i--. : ; .VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT '''r v_;, :-, W'I'X'-V: : ter. Mrs. J. J.: Brannen and Mrs. '', : *. of' .

Gainesville Palatka Brown. ... .' ,, TELEGRAPHPAGE
Visiting-thls"week at Hampton l.
Route 2; Box 213-A P. 0. Box 782 Lake with Mrs.. Louise Hogan and .

Phone Franklin 2-2587 ,Phone: East 5-5971 Mrs Bill Underwood lst their : u ., ,.,

Hawthorne, and Kincaid Roads At The "Y" sister and daughter- Mrs..IYr'W 1. ,
hams of Ml lens Ga, Mrs. Panni '. ." .," .

Mills Of:; Uo&nhuftt,, N. J, was ,. .

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