Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03361
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1956
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03361
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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n.\TtI.\X (center) of the Starke office of Edwin: l'etk, gives
:; of pine seedlings to Ja<'k Parker of Stark>. harry TJreen and no fees have brer oported
Death Of Convict While Escaping Band Drill Show by incumbentsThe
( ) alto received seedlings in the distribution here la..t4''k'l
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113H-)00 seedlings hjve been given to property 0111'rh'r!' five per cent of the gross annui

Termed Justified By Coroner's Jury Represents Cost I : -. by Container Corporation America.. Peck and Bate- income of the office Two pel'

: \ handled the distribution. cent of this goes to the Count \
Of Half Million/ I I Democratic Executive Citmnuttnand -

With his face buried in the self up. He said he was lost and I three per cent to the muntv
undrifcrush of a Bradford County I II that his head was hurting from a The Drill Show to be staged I I I :: 'Loves' That Jail : to help defray election "Xpt't1-..-

a A amp. 20-year-old Bruce Donald I slight scalp wound inflicted by Starke on Saturday. March 17. The first date on whit h < mJ.-
Lyngklip. died last Friday afternoon one of the shotgun pellets. He the 5th Distrist high school '' ( was wonderful and I explain why the company had put dates for county ofiur.nuv

01 shotgun wounds. asked Griffis to tuin him in to will represent an investment love with Starke." com- the wrong type tag on the car. qualify IS March 8, .iIlt! the

Uith a better start in life, his authorities, which was done.A rulf a million tollars in band I' Miss Ettie Wolf of Bronx. Pending an investigation of her deadline is noon M.ii.h :2i)

high I. Q. of 129! might have. "trusty" with the squad struments uniforms, and upon being released from story. Miss Wolf was placed in the

truugh. him a happy, useful I II I I asked permission to go see about This estimate was make by ,.I I I jail Monday afternoon. county 'jail, where she spent the Cadet Officers
taieer As it was, howevr, he I Lyngkhp but was told to stay Bandmaster M. C. Thompson [I I I had to go to jail again, I'd weekend. Finally, officials of the
died ignobly in an attempted with the group he guards said that it takes an average .: 1 : want it to be in Starke." company were located and a representative Are AppointedBy

escape from a convict road gang I busy covering remaining $2f>0 to equip each band | : "Mr and Mrs. came over from Civil Air Patrol

while repairing washouts on prisoners, and I an tryingto er with some instruments : the jailor and his wife. Gainesville Monday paid a $50

Route 100 three miles south of head off th \g Henry costing as much as $1,000. : : considerate in taking care fine and got Miss Wolf released. Lt. William Breeze Cd>iet

Staz ke. I it was about u minutes before Several thousand .I : i dog, and so helpful in plac- The charge against her was dismissed Commander of the Keystone

Two brief excerpts from the anyone went to see about Lyng- will be spent in preparing I I distance phone calls and ;, and placed instead against Heights Squadron, Civil Air Patrol -

piison record of the Chicago. IlL I klip. By that time he was dead. j drill and concert !I other favors for me," Miss I Associates Discount Corporation of: has announced the appointment -
youth tell an oft-repeated story I The other members of the which will thrill audiences here ', declared. "I had a nice New York. The man from of the following cadrt of-
in cases of this kind: l squad testified that they had not March 17, Thompson said. i rest." Gainesville had no idea eitht'r.I I ficers: Capt. Mjron PrevaIlCadet

Age left home 14. r heard the two men making plans Each band is allotted eight | i these compliments for' why the wrong tag had been put : Commander; Lt. Floyd D

Reason broken home. I to escape at that particular time. i; utes on the field and in this and its jail came as the re on the car in New Yoik."When I Baker, Adjutant; Lt. Eugene

S S 1 Lyngklip was serving a 20 year I time must execute several !, I II I Miss Wolf being the "in- | I got a call through to Howe. Supply Officer; Lt. Rodgei

One by one the other membersof sentence' for armed robbery in | quired drill maneuvers plus victim" of a wrong tag on my mother from jail she went into Rivers. Flight Leader ( At.I ; Lt
the road gang all of them Monroe County. According to "special" of their own I: she was driving from New hysterics, but finally calmed: Charles Wingentach. Flight Leader -

:youths, about Bruce's age took his record, he went AWOL from 'If the total drill time runs I to Miami. She was stopped down when I told her everyone i, (B) and Sgt. Robert Salmon

the witness stand before County !I Ft. Leonard Wood Mo. in May ,' eight minutes, the contest I Saturday by State Trooper was being so nice to me," Miss ,'Supply Sergeant.
Judge T. A. Yawn Monday after- of 1954. After a brief visit to : will penalize the band one d \' I I II Musgrove when he noted Wolf said. I I In connection with iadet.the'
noon and told a coroner's jury !! Chicago: to pick up his clothes I j al rating. For this reason I I II } on the new Ford she was : "My friends will never believe Office of Public Information

virtually the same story: 1 he hitch hiked to Florida, making -:; directors usually time their I I've been in jail." she told Deputy : wishes to point out that a Civil'

They were members of a road i, his way to Miami. There he ;( at about seven minutes, in I I something was wrong Scootie Duke in the Sheriffs of- Air Patrol Cadet may enjoy al

gang from Camp 46 at Doctor's caught a ride with a man who to get their organization off fice. : privileges of cadets suih as International -
I \ for heavier cars,
Inlet. Last Friday. accompanied lived on one of the keys. When I field in plenty of time. It't I ;i .tags are "Would they believe it if they Cadet.exchange, attending -

hv ctvlJaft foreman Woodrow they got near the man's ho-me. 1 The drill contest and. field_ I j stopped the woman I,i saw it in print?" asked Deputy I I a summer encampment at

Graham, and guards H. D, Bax- I, Lyngklip told him he hadn't had will be the only part of the : I she was driving the new Duke. I an Air Force Base, and scholarships
ley and B. Reynolds they were I anything to eat since he left the val where an admission fee ,: I to Miami for a finance "Why yes. That would be without having to fly. In

repairing washed out shoulders North. The man took him to ;, be charged. Concerts. I '. She had wanted to go''I fine" replied Miss Wolf. I fact. any cadet who wishes to fly

along Route 100 near Michigan his home and gave him some food. ing, solos and ensembles are to see her mother and So this is the story to prove ,1 must first have the consent of
Uamh. I| While in the house Lyngklip got to everyone. I : to save expenses byI I' that Ettie Wolf spent the weekend i his parent or guardian and this

After lunch about 1:10. the t possession of his "Good Samari- The Bradford High School II I a new car down for aI I I in jail here and thinks Starke 1 consent must be in writing signed

convicts were to resume work I tan's" pistol. locked the man in, : members will sell advance purchaser. She could not''hospitality is simply the most. : by the parent and in the files of

and went to pick up their tools ,I a closet and took his car. i' for the drill contest. the CAP.
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here they left them at the edge I His FBI record showed previous I I Homestead Renewals i' Capt. Roy Browning has started -

01 a swamp. Two of the prisoners (I car thefts charged to him in Harold K. Sum Taken the course for senior membersin
Bruce Lyngklip and Carl Rolla and Springfield, Missouri. Are Due April 1st communications and also announced -

Thomas Henry. 21 went beLast Friday's break was the the acquisition of ..
vond where their shovels were fourth escape for Henry. who was Is CandidateFor Car Agency Tax Assessor Gene Long said tractor for use in pulling trailer
yesterday that all homestead exemption -
broke into a charge in this
Iving: Then they I' already facing one applications have been in rescue work.
inn heading: for the swamp. county after getting away from Sunday was one of the busiest
office but 837.
returned his
Foreman Graham shouted. a road gang at Brooker on Jan. $350 and $100 in cur- times in many months at the
!" lie faces trial on two silver was stolen from i "If you received homestead exemption -
"There they gfo 9. now a.. -- anti airport with much flying and
The guards opened up with | escape counts at the spring term I j Pontiac Agency;: ; for 1955 you should ha\'e : a large: crowd of iwmbf anil
the"" shotguns firing: two rounds Of circuit court here He is serv- .j I: ,I ay night between 8 and 9 received a renewal application visitors observing the activitv

fu'h The convicts dropped to Ii ing a two year sentence for I'I ;.,i Sheriff P. D. Reddish I from us shortly after Jan. 1 of Sunday afternoon is in a !large
The ground. Henry got up and breaking and entering in DadeCounty yesterday. : this year," Long said. "If yon nart reserved" for cadets who wishto

resumed running. Lyngklip re- I but. if convicted could theft was discovered by'L have not taken care of this bysigning fly as observers fnuipeten'CAP

n.nned where he fell. I get a total of 20 years for the I I L RiUh, a mechanic em- :: and returning to this office pilots arc on hand 'o C\:

The guards fiied their revolvers I two escapes. lie hasn't reformed. k'j' by Simpson-Urquhait. please! do not put it off too them at no cost to the ( al1l'"
ii the fleeing Henry but failed !i howe\'t'r. and told ofiu'erhe !I: he returned to the place of I long as April 1 is the deadline

in down him. Graham skirted the { would try again at th' ars ipvamp tqL about 9 o'clock to finish Rlood Donated
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Tag Open
to try to head him off. poitunity work.

h" without success ': After hearing !t'sl1mo1o.'m 'e to the building was Saturday Afternoon By T. R. Social Club

l.atei that night. Henry apForeman Graham and th m ., through a rear window
i p, ared .*t the home of Gene Grif- dds, a coroner's jui'\' \t ith L Bfis was opened by removing Next Monday. Feb 20. is the Members of the Trail Kidg.

f about a mile through the Alvarez as foreman qui 'KIVw "< bolts or nails. Sheriff Red- deadline for purchase of 19.:>6 automobile Social Club gave 32 pints: of

",>ods from th. spot where the turned a'I'rdid <.f; ui.-'itMDit said. The person or persons : license tags. In order to blood to the John HeniThimia-
.. accommodate latecomers. TaxCollector Memorial Blood Bank \\',"dne4a.
ape was made and gave him- homicide out the theft then en-
1 the partitioned-off office of J. R. Kelly announces morning. A motile unit was .sent

Suoervisor Says Training SchoolAt through:: a smallerndow that his office will remain open by the bank to Humphrevs Gold,
this Saturday afternoon until 5 Trail Ridge plant. there th-
Some Have Failed State PrisonA the open funds a were metal kept cabinet No in p m. for the sale of auto tags. blood was given.
: I This was the third time that
To Return Cards two weeks training s,.hool! prints or foot prints of any
1 : were found. the Sheriff Sanders Opens Shop members of the club donated t"
Supemsoi "f Registration for prison custodial pt'l sonnet and the Gainesville bank The blood!

Marian L Ciosbv reports that other law enforcement officers (lit nn Sanders announces the is placed to the credit of th>'
will open at the State Pri.son on Harold K. Norman. least one person has been opening of a watch repair servke club and is made available f..ruse
have failed '
.mi e I few persons but far ,
native of Bradford County for questioning so 5 at his home 221 1-2 LafayeUeSt by all employees of Humph
1 return the cards which were Monday. Fet 20 at S a.m Lt week announced his candidacy : with the theft has reys Gold.

HI !lIed eaiH in Januaiy to verify Chester L. Coons. USX ( reot Ired I. County Commissioner. established Sheriff Reddish

I'');lstratlOns. UnKss! the cards who was in naval gunnery for 32 (Lawtey). county-at-large. I i : Students Learn About Newspapers

ale returned at once it will be yeirs. will conduct the entire the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon ,'

necessary to take the names from course He will be assisted by.I man and is married to the foi store at Hampton was '' .
in the early morning -: -
the curRent registration records. Ixune I.. Wainwright custodialand Loca Rafuse of Lawtey. : lik
office is 'n.trh have three children.I last Saturday the Sheriff '
The Supervisor's oP training officer at the State Entrance to the I -- .
reported. {
.-. week day except for Satur- I I Norman is a : ( 1 -.,
Prison the
was gained through
II! afternoon.. and is open on I I young farmer. having won ) "MrCi j"- [ ,
I door. which was forced
Friday evenings from 7 until 8 Proper caie. safety procedure.anti FJ.State Farming Degree 7
dork for the convenience of the marksmanship in all types of 1950.( Since ms graduation : i A quantity of clothing
small! arms will be offered during Bradford : a littln money and
nubile Everyone who has moved | High School he has :
; merchandise item-
the tw0 weeks course The pro- general
from one precinct to another or engaged in farming his place _
gram l is sponsored by the Florida of taken.
and changed Lawtey.
Ah,, has married I i
Peace Officers Association in I _
an :
In his 1EJ
: line should call at the office making
i effort to bring the latest training Course
,'han e the lecords aocording.stdents said"I: realize the value of -
: methods to local enforcement '
agencies taxpayers dollar being a Be Offered r Ra
):-, in awtey, Graham owner and taxpayer myself I
: ; 'tilt..n Theressa. New River. Mayor W T Jackson said yesterday so realize the burden of taxes Education

P.io.iker areas can register inown that anangcments vi11probab1 vill therefore strive to give
be made for local 'IL
community through polueto taxpayer more for the present organizational :

!V \. Thereafter the books attend some of the ".sessions dollar with no additional ,i ; interested in KM--.. "L, "' "
1 turned the court- dm mjr the touicLions imposed I and television 'I
: <' to upon our people .
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as though I understand the : Feb. 23. r
\ : DuMars local n. i- i_
Hear Speaker anti requiiements of the
business and pledge to each and a licens.I i i.
Acreage Wage-Hour LawThe will teach the rrri- -. .', ;'
I'\'ery person hmi"sty 1"1\11
Remains Uncut and f.uine! to ,iM! : offered under 'h.P' i :.
new wage-hour law wa. County Adult Edu' 1' ":,. I" -

""'", :',,II ,win telegram was red discussed at an oPen meeting of :
Berry Growers I
M.md.iv from Congressman : the Lions Club here Wednesday" i i plans are to s:al t the :-.Trlt\T.:: .if (liE 6th and th grades: IIf Hampton Jwluml fHur.-d th-

'Llth.\.s Washington: night. The discussion was conducted Asked To ReportIn ) from a foundation basis. plant of the Bradford ( ountv. Telegraph. Ust n..k as ,t Highlight .il

H..I Committee on Argicul- by a representative of ; that all members of the a unit on new".papers C'oIndu.t"1 f.y their ta her :MiJan'' No*,
:"i"< morning rejected a bill the Jacksonville office.V. T. order that buyers may will be amateurs. Interested
1 lie 31 %.tud..nhI'rp brought to the I'sO! in -stark.Ust Fr U\.
.'i I 1': f..r additional eight per Jackson, Lions president. said properly informed all are invited to enroll at the .
llbrninhprl' thc> saw a film on newspapers lr.-i'nt.I i l>.v Ha1br-
'lit n flue-cured tobacco act -
that a supply of booklets andotht"r County strawberry growers : meeting which is
'o,- this I to ida Timf -' year am glad information on all phasesof asked t0 drop a card to for 7.20 p.m. in the
.. H, .!,<.' this 1'1 ns there will be no the new law will be placed in Starke Sate Farmers : auditorium. Future class Matthews, editor and publisher of The Telegraph.. : Arrangements furthedaj's

J -'h!nct: on i in arrei re this 'he City Hall an,} !* .\' tiibl" fr giving he approximate date !! will be dec.ded a" this p'pnt.UP inad.- U Mrs. K. ... Drrnon-t and L. H (jil.on
'j .' Ir" l'1\'nt' ,10;;.: .n:;: i: her' will! :arr puking he:'! > piibi.i i .r.l ,i: .,rK r delinquency tire ..< hool l super isors.I .

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Or Indifference? we notice' or. a gu-inuni! .ii.ve in 'lilt' i_t-i 1'h !..u. .-_.,. SPECIAL I! !
of l the county that it is still pretty iil.g Vk.ul MiUm. 1\ M ui:> 11:

"It just set-ins that the grownups of this to\su dry in places near Keystoneand aria Ki>beu Pt estun a: ta-' 4 I' i....1 \

artagainst anything: the joung: full.ant to do out near Hampton. Saw Th'-atre. Sun some din out there that had just Set in the vvihK'ine.v, Oi the jju-
and .till they Manic us when thin;: g" wrong.If We
would kit- usith some form ofmnatioli been plowed and it looked too kota territory in the isniO.r.1 purchased too many and need the space. They looked so
they jinn
dry to plant. is the story of the deteiuieis 1.1
the trrn-agtTs wouldn't jet in so e a military outpost the last fm: pretty we just kept buying and now we do not have a place to

ward trouble. and there would he a belter feelinglntueell / Our little berry patch is com- west Of Laramie. and their -.tiu-, put them .

them and the older fulkti'That's ing along pretty well with lots gle against the TVton-Dekota.-
Se.-nis like Spring ." here Ona
of bloom and a fair amount of mightiest of all the Sioux. The ,
a strong indictment. It appears as the trap around the .uuntj this small green fruit. We also havea central theme is the emotional : + .; 4 t I'1 I i .

concluding paragraph of an editorial captioned week wo saw a beiiy patch which very good supply of cutwormsin conflict be\vfen an uaiLsciplmec! .J\J.. ;"'".,. ij.(11'I. .. I, !,._.'f6v- j !
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"My Home Town And What It Needs" in the had just been mulched, peach the patch, in case any berry frontiersman anti the beauinui I ;, ;t?' I l \j 4.r.lt I u'f :'

current issue of "Bi-\Veekly IJlowout" student trees m bloom azaleas and Jon- growers around here are short of disillusioned wife of the outpost .I tr !. t't- '.-t-! '\ =.t.:" l

publication of Bradford High School. quils in bloom here, and farm them. We tried mole cricket pow er-orazej comma ndei. : -- : I
bait and it did no good, so this Mature plays toe uru.imt-,1 : :
Is the indictment true? Is the charge justi- after farm with land made readyfor
week we'll try something else. frontiersman who become-, ;a" _.,
fied? If you're an adult you may be inclined to planting. Prettiest sight in w Army scout when hi"'t'a: I

shrug if off as just another teen-age outburst. the county, we think, is cowsor Repaired the Roadside Market worth of furs i-1- lost to an Indur

Rut the important thing, it seems to us, is that hogs grazing on beautiful building this week, in preparationfor raiding patty He mew tin-

some of the young folk BELIEVE it's true or green pastures, such as we saw the coming season. We builtit wrath of a ruthless colonel! .u.i;

the opinion would not have been expressed.It on the old Brownlee place. about five years ago of un- out of this conflii t ,n :>e>- voi, *
e *
e tieated rough lumber, and it has ot the film'-! m".: e cxuti'it m"i.
is significant that at the same time the Rain, rain, rain, lately, and held up quite well, we think, merits
"Blowout" editorial was being distributed at BUS, make believe it wasn't welcome.Don't considering/ is open to thij
the Bradford County (Children's Committee was know how much it measured weather. l1lWV&&L 4 lllV 4444j

having its ears pinned back by a painfully frank but the drainage ditches t-

discussion of certain conditions said to exist out front are almost full and We are all working hard hell,

among teen-age habitues of a popular spot cater- staying that way. and that is a and the old farm is in production
sign that we've a pretty good
ing to the high school trade. supply of moisture now. Hope it again. Right now we have tur- Similar To Abo\e Picture
nips, cabbage radishes witha
"Parents either do not know what is going on quits raining for a while, though and

or do not care," said the person who led the discussion so that we can get our spring/ few on bunching we have onions kale and lettuce coming -, 2 PIECE L LIVING ROOM SUITS 5 89.9 5

in placing the blame where it ultimately planting done. spinach. English peas potatoes, -
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always comes to rest the home. "They give collards, beets, parsley, Chinese -=

their children cars to tear up, let them drive be- After almost seven years; of cabbage, onion sets, and broccoli. g- Lawson Style Sofa and Chair Fabrics Beautifully Woven With Metalic
good service tank
fore they're old enough, knowing all the time overflowed recently our and septic we had And soon we'll put in the spring Yarns Supported With dul'ont Nylon For Exceptional Wear 'reater I

they're breaking, the law, and then lie for themif to have il cleaned out. Cost $30 crops! Strength Choice of Assorted Colors.

they get in trouble." to have it done but guess it was e if 1 t,ItCHARLEY

Harsh words? Yes. True? We wouldn't worth it, for now we can breath Merry and Tiny 'Tim the new ,i 2
calves, are having a wonderful Mahogany End Tables 11.90
know. We're only reporting what was said. deeply again.. w time exploring our place. Theygo SAVINGS -

back to the "Blowout" editorial around sticking their pretty E. JOHNS & SON
But to get Joe
Last week when our friend
little noses into practically every- 1 Cocktail Table 15.95
"\\'' need someone interested enough to take Keirigan visited us that ole about this questionI OF -
thing, and then all of a sudden
time with us and help set up 'a good rt''rt'ationalprogr.un demon Finnegan went on a strike
," the student publication said "\\11I'nT..n and despite our joint efforts we they get scared and high-tail it don't know of a friend whohasn't
off for Ma. 1 Smoke Stand
bawling 5.95
Town was! open, there wa a place for u'tto had a waterless Sunday. It's a eWe lost an expensive ring, 22.75! -
sad day when a McGarvey and a watch or other jewelry, or
go and play games, dance, listen to music, orjust fun in our

enjoy the fellowship of other people our age."Before gan Kerrigan behave.can't The make next one time Finne-Joe spare are( ? t having time studying the had Nothing it stolen seems or vulnerable damaged. 1 Goose Neck Lamp - 4.95

Teen-Town was started there was a comes here we'll ask him to birds. Saw a ground dove and a
rink the of town. It was forcedto Myrtle warbler this week: Alice as jewelry. Is it true that aS40
skating! on edge bring his bagpipe, and that should
close because the parents wouldn't let their keep Finnegan from kicking upa has a new friend a little House premium will cover 51000in
Wren which lives in an old tree jewelry for three years TOTAL LIST PRICE 22F
children go there and skate. Thl'rea'i also a fuss: again.
S S near our home. against loss, theft. or dam-
.bowling. alley, which was torn down; the student *
Met C. Lewis who lives ?
editorial charged. "It was once planned to teach Emory age
on Highway 16. west of Starke, Was talking to some folks
ballroom dancing in the physical education last week. Talked about berries this week about the pronunciation Net Group Price 18995
classes for those who wanted to learn. The oneswho "
with Emory and he said he's of the word "help. The wayit Charley E. Johns
were against dancing could play games like given up raising them but he is slurred around here it i is

badminton. tennis, darts, and so forth. Someof used to raise a lot as did his hard for Yankees to understandit.

the grown-ups didn't like the idea of dancing/ father before him. Still think it would sound DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY
that e funny it a person fell in the & Son
being taught in school, so that was AgencyPhone
Funny thing although it'? water and started veiling "Hep! OF STARKE

More teen-age talk? soaking wet around here near Hep!"
Your opinion isS goods our But here -....- .- Frontier RomanceIn 13 Starke, Fla.
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young folk believe ". the grown-ups of this SERVICE MEN 'Fort Yuma'At -

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the .w-, Adventure and romance on ,', >fi i -"Wi",;Q i.4: "." Oi< & '. .. .1','''' '. w, ,.f
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frontier when the V S. cavalryand ...w-... ;% 7.1: < < > .J' ., '$>"V .,, '
And in the meantime, things do go wrong v. ;' 'O'-.n ;.'" : '.) ,
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the Apache Indians were ; ;;;; : '1' >} < 'h v
the e'ewitnesaC'Olmt Pit Lewis R McClellan son of <> ', >, < "'<,u
plenty wrong, if we are to accept each other's throats keys the action .,; .:: ,. ( : ;
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that was given to the Children's Com- Mr. and Mrs Leslie McCellan of of "Fort Yuma." showing at v >> ,, ., : .. vv ",j'("%
mittee Monday.Our Lawtey is stationed with the 3rd the Park Theatre Sunday through .
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purpose in bringing: the matter up? Marine Division in Hawaii. He Tuesday. : ; .i <>.:./,. ,,.. 'T'":
all his
would enjoy healing nom Peter Graves, Joan Vohs. John W
We hoped it'd start you thinking. the address: 'J .
friends at foLowing ludson.( and Joan Taylor are costarred .

Pfc Lewis R. 1'Clellan-Jl7-1536, in this thriller, filmed entirely N,\ ::: l!';

USMC, H & S B.ry., 3rd Bn., 12th outdoors amid the scenic a \ .
T b 4. f.i.v '
\ Deadend For Deadbeats Marines, 4th Marine (IReinfl), 3rd splendor of Zion National Park .' '; '. ',. .
Mar. Dr., FMF, care FPO, San The story centers around the ." ;
The new arrangement whereby applicants for Francisco. Calif.p.t. horror-filled days and dangerousnights

indigent aid for hospitalization will be cleared of the open descit a-.
Jack Judd son of Russell Graves, in the role of Lt Ren -.,. ,
through the county health department instead of B. Judd of Staike recently grad- Keegan a veteran cavalry officer.

the county commissioners or their clerk seemsa uated from the Teletypewriter with distrust for all Indians.

move in the right direction. Equipment Maintenance Courseat leading a column of reinforce- dktaa ;

Under the old set-up, an applicant who wished the Southeastern Signal School ments to Ft. Yuma. is stalked at

the county to pay for hospitalization, contactedone Camp Gordon Ga. This is a 17- every turn by savages Around
weeks course designed to train enlisted this dramatic situation hingesthe
of the commissioners or the clerk and told
personnel to install and tense action of the filmChurch
these gentlemen, to the
story. Subject as maintain such equipment. During;
of politics, it was most difficult for ..
pressure his training Pvt. Judd received a PI'f't "le''im --- "--
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them to argue with voter that he was not sick technical education worth thou- I u1uF : j

and did not need hospitalization or that he had sands of dollars. He will now be Saturday Adult Choir plat

enough money to pay his own way. reassigned. to an active unit of Lice, 3 p.m.
the U. .Armv Sunday: School. 9:45 a.m. Morning -
As a result of this faulty delegation of authority -
Worship "Unto Every Crea
and the inability of busy officials to make an "
investigation into the financial status of the C. Thompson. fireman. ture. 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship. .. ..... .. ......--... .. .. .._- .-.- .. .,-- .......-..- ... ... "NI
USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. 6 p.m.. :Mrs R. G. Paterson I
applicant, sOme undeserving }persons were given Thompson of Rt. 1. Starke. is hostess. Evening Service. 7'3fl: I

hospitalization at county expense and the indi- serving aboard the Atlantic Fleet pm

gent fund mushroomed year after year. amphibious force flagship US? Tuesday Junior Choir practice
IVx-ono. recently returned from 3:30: p.m.Wedneday '
As a result of a new law now applying in
the Caribbean area. Before the Worship Service -
counties with qualified hospitals, the responsibility 56 DODGE Coronetit's
Pot-ono returns March 30 to her and address by Erasmo da
of administering the indigent fund is delegatedto home port. Norfolk. Va. she will Silva. missionary appointee to

the county health department which, with the visit Jamaica the Virgin Island Brazil. 8 p.m. Special World

assistance of other agencies is.: in much better and Puerto Rico. Mission offering.

position to determine indigency than are elected Size !

officials.Of / CASHED /NON your! King Buy

course there will be "bugs" in operating .4 _

even under the new law, but it seems to cover all :MY

situations as fairly as possible. Emergency cases 1 Luxurious new 56 DODGE CORONET is bigger by far than other
will be admitted to the hospital without delay PULPWOODwhy

whether indigent or not. Persons already receiving medium-priced cars! Bigger in size, comfort, performance, style! Yetit

old-age assistance are qualified per se for don't ?
hospital aid and no further investigation is made you is priced right down with the lowest-priced cars. A big Dodge Coronet

But with these exceptions, any person applying :k V-8 Lancer hardtop costs only 95 cents a week more than "hardtops"
for indigent hospital funds must: 1)) obtain
certification from physician that he is in need of The story of this pleaded property owner is the storyof 'J.'W in the small-car field!

and is in the doctor's opinion, unable -
hospital care many of your friends and neighbors who are selling
to pay for it; and 2) go to the.county health
department where investigation will be made of their pulpwood for ready cash. They load up their '
his indigency. Neither the county commissionersnor Size it up with others in the Price it against smell cars in
trucks (pickups or large) and bring their wood to medium price field the "low price eld"
anyone else in elective office will have a thing

to do with the admission of patients. The care- Bradford Woodyard here modern hydraulic equipment Push-button driving and
Car "C" i I Dodge is 14 5 inches longer record-breaking performance!
ful screening of cases should result in more help Car 8"I(I Dodge is 6.9 inches longer '
unloads it in matter of minutes. receive their -
for those who are truly in need of it, and less a They -- At a touch of your finger, you
Car "M" Dodge is 5 6 inches longer Car F Dodge K 13.5 inches longer command the greatest performing -
for those who are out to ride the taxpayers.The cash payment "on the spot" and are on their way withno -- -- car on the road today-bar

task of administering this fund will not Car "0" Dodge K 7.7 inches longer none! The new '56 Dodge shattered -
be an easy one. but we have every confidence in delay.If ____ Yet Dodge costs only $4.11 every record in the book

our health department and its staff. We believe Car "P" Dodge is 6 4 inches longer a month more including world records held
>ou are not already !ol'lIin.'our. pulpwood at Bradford by expensive foreign models
I that every deserving person will receive tactful (less than 95 cents a week!)
in its sensational 14-day officialMore
consideration and fair treatment. while at the Woodyard. we invite you to join the many satisfied legroom front and rears More ruproom front Why settle for a small car when a new 56 Dodge run on the Bonne\ilie Salt
rime time, the county will be protected from soralleii cnd rears Wider doors' Greater steering wheel/ Coronet brings you so much more for so liHIe' Flats. The .36 Dodge V-8 hold
free loaders.:' land-owners who are bringing UN their loads both c'eoronce'' More rear deck space' Ne. '56 Dodge more' Here'i big-car ride and roominess, big-car more performance records than
is bigger mvde and out! loots bigger! ftdes .luiury and looks in a full fine of King Size ai1OtherAmericancarseombined.bigger' .
., --'" -.is; .---;- ---, .., .-c.:;; large;: and smallEDWIN Is bigger! Coronet, priced right down with the small card

.C;>mpor,,9 pie of Dodge Coronet V 9 loner Gains axragi pnce of lam body style of the "tow price 3.' rrice v,)*-", Vofu eider: of the forward Loot
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH d 11..aud cm 24 noun finaneng after 'r3 do-n porm"t.sotiae .

EST. 1879 .
W. PECKP ;; D;.2.ers present Danny Tno-::as in N'ake ROOT for Daft/, Bert Parks :'n break the Bank T*e Lawence Welk Sr-o-ail on ABC-TV

!a!I UNDER PUBLISHED THE SAME CONTINOUSLY MASTHEAD 0 Boo! 120: :Starke Fla. Phone 474-J Hardy Brothers Motor Co

See (.' r Bateman Ed Peck at their office adjoining
j ". tlL !>Hl t AL -< fB DiY' AND ENTEOTO AS SECOND CLASSt' or
1oI t'- -.E POST OI'FICE..1
' h.MARCH 3. 1379 DODGE PHONE t9,!
, -c Woodvard. one mile South of :Starke PLYMOUTH
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Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127
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-Itv. ]less Lae' Norman

Mardi Gras HA- Niceeathtr ".tit! prizt a f, I lilt-'an.--' I.:

.\n<] Saturday afternoon, aft* ii ... -I I
: : : <'" i''t JdiK'-urM! :
the _
out, thereby:; answering the Father Harold Jordan tilt' |pa.- .,. U1Liggie.1: .. : Clews :::"rHl.t:. I f fI

:.rdYI'I"S of the ladies of the Epis- tor of St.Villi'am's. w.ts: ,wart a ad fi
opal Church, and probably all to say a few words. M- sell 1 Ih: -. Cecil Haidet net i
For this "i ,1!:, :: \l lted11'. Hudet-
in town.
the ihildien The next dance atht' Skill \"t' 1\\ ; i'\II\l' : >, : \I K"; !' ::1'.1' i
\HS the afternoon of the Children \ .' t mL,1: a: Biookei Sunday
\\ be a St. Pati k" Dan
's Mardi Gras, and much and ( t'n"n' She has been m a
it will be
put on :n'
planning and preparation had *n- A. P.Mfrs.. q fa 'I"! iiiir for several years. j
M'Lu: Pendarvis WHITE BREAD
a of Laptev
MiedThe Ridaught n i ladies who had done mostof shock on Saturday when she a 1: .A K tht Sunday dinner guest of err r
the work were Mrs. Larry La- .it' Lat cy Normans
came home from Chopping ano
:Mee, Mrs Carl Fendntk, Mrs. I E C Harvey and Di"k Starling
found her son, Leslie, had aimed |
Watson Hardenbergh, and Miss unannounced from Tuscon, Ar. : ,attended the sing at Black Pond Lb Loaf
Barbara Southwell.The zona, where he has been S: started with aparade I
Mardi Gras
tioned at the Davis-Monthan Air | fast Sunday.
which assembled at the Sine at
Force Base. He will be home for Mis Jame Mar Youngston e

City Park and The marched parade was to the led 30 days, and then report to a I and little son of Charlotte N C. i \ \ ,' REAn & P.ITTFK:
Post Office.
port of embarkation for an over- are spending several weeks with
by the Clay High School Band, seas assignment. her mother. Mrs Ruth Marr A&P FANCY EARLY TINY
II | "
I Jar
from Green Cove Springs -02
Selick. The lead. Mr. and Mrs H. L. Morgan Sr. Billy Marr Of Mims spent the PICKLES( 19C
by majorette Graham was Alice Andre-l of Wilmington, Delaware are Indian Fighter, Victor Mature, Kdln-rt I'reston and Guy Madison -I weekend here with his aunt Floren I

ng spending several months in Keystone | comfort wounded co-"tdr, Jam!'.. \\iutniure, in "The Last <'e Rigsby in Starke. i iMr PEAS E S
sen. Stewart and are staying in the Denmark I Frontier," and Mrs Charles Mosely 1 i STAR-Ri.-q' LIGHT MEAT (HUNK
Judges: Mrs. D. O cottage. Of course, they starting a three-day run at the Florida Theatre this I
of Jacksonville) were weekend i
:Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Altman, Mr. visit with their son and his family ,: Sunday. of the Leonard Normans |
and Mrs. G E. Wiggins and Miss the H. L Morgans Jr., I guests 1-lbCan 14C !j 61iozccm
Gertrude Houser were seated near I eerydaj' I, .I Seems as if the Homer Smiths TUNA FISH 31 r

, Belote's Drug Store, to select I I ona Townsend, Reba Hall, Dolores weekend m Miami the guest of have some guests from Tennessee
the best and cleverest costumes I Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. Oliver and Oglesbv, Linda Forsythe, Susie I'' Jimmy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Smith's sister and little i: I
children of Jacksonville were II Hall Carol daughter.Saw I I GOLD MEDAL
The children were arranged inj t Campbell and Caro Wade Gaskins.
age-groups.---- y weekend_ guests of Mr. _and..Mrs.Lawrence _. lyn Forsythe. i t i Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns had a mighty pretty ring on'' LADY BETTY PRUNE

While the judges were making,, Lake: Brooklyn.LA.Mee ana family of A group of boys, dressed as !, as Sunday guests Rev and Mrs. Beedie Mae Harvey finger last I I 20-oz pkg

their decisions the band played ferocious pirates, sang "I Wantto Druiey of Jacksonville, Mrs. weekend Wedding bells must be I BISOUICK 13C
Mrs. W. O. ,
Cannon children
several; selections, and the ma Jacksonville and Bi a Pirate." I'lratE's'ere Jim- : Johns' brother and sister-in-law. ringing in the distance I! J JUICEQt I E
were in Monday I
jorettes did some fancy baton visiting Mrs. Cannon's mother, my Fox, Tony Brault, David j, Mr. and Mrs Barber of Baldwin, Please, everyone who has news i I
swinging Mrs. E. )r. Kerr. Schaeffer, Joe Mann, Calvin and son and daughter-m-law, -- jot it down, send it to me i ASP AU. GREEK No. :SOS;\ Can
The parade then proceeded to I Brown Ernie Parker, and Johnny f Azure and Dorothy, of Jackson- bring it to church or leave it atm
the grounds of St. Anne's Church, Members of St William's Catholic | Mai"tin. vile: and Harold and Myrtle AlI mail box I Bot Can
Club had
Decorating Party 2SC
where the program continued.The Marks. at the Skytel last a Friday evening, The children concluded the program I vaiez and sons. Don't forget Sunday School at : ASPARAGUS 3SC
C. was Miss Jan with flute selections Mr services 11 :
M. following the CAP. meeting.The and Mrs John Aguiar and 9.15 a. m. Worship
who kept things lively for all the decorations were for the Transportation for the children daughter, Nancy, Wesconnett a. m. and ':3O p. m. Prayer service I
was furnished by the Rotary menNORTH I I Wednesday, 7 m.
i'hildren. and Valentine's Dance. Those who were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. each p.
The Mardi Gras King I anti Mrs Howard Norman. I Teachers Meeting also Wednesday
took in the decorations
part putting
Queen, Gary Chance and Lane the were Mr. and Mrs. I .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.: ,I Mrs Carrie Smith of Dade City p. m.Paynes.
I Joseph Pawlikowski, Mr. and Mrs spent last week with her nephew
Sth grade. furnishedby II Everett Fox, Mr. and Mrs George SIDE !1, and niece, the Morns Carters. Buy Home
Entertainment was 10to 141b Lb
children who displayed |I Schaeffer Jean Feraci, Ken I Colson Smith of Jacksonville COOKED HAMS avg 4SC
the various surprising amount bf I Platt, Mrs. Joseph Schuch, and By Mrs. Oscar Carter spent Wednesday night of last j Mr and Mis Marion A. Payne
talent. The boys and girls of Miss Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. &&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Rev I j I week with his cousins, the Oscar have purchased the new home re-

Mansfield's 4th and 5th grades Mrs. George Schaeffer and Carters. I cently built on New Blanding Fresh:: Frozen PORK "Super-Right": Freshly Ground
R R.
children and Miss Anna McCul- Imirey of Jackson-
two songs. The boys were 1, Little Carolyn Brown, daughter Road by }fr. and Mrs. L K. j
sang Pirates, and the girlsas lough drove to Ocala on Sunday Mile preached here Sunday morn ot Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown celebrated Bradford Heights
dressed -as I I Whitehead in 3 ib $
Dutch Girls. Little Dotty afternoon to see Mrs. Schaeffer'sbrother ing and night. her fourth birthday anniversary I SPARE RIBS l.ooSwifts HAMBURGER3bi.ooSanson's
little Bless and family Mrs. J. S. Norman returned j i subdivision. Sale price, according I
"Cod with
Sunday a partyat
Hardenbergh sang Mr. and Mrs. James Paul and home Sunday afternoon after I the to documentary stamps, was- ,
to the program home of Mr. and Mrs Prem Sliced DRIED Quick Frozen
America" open with her sister children spent the weekend with spending the week with her sister, ] Reese Scott. $8,900. )rr. and :Mrs. Payne are
and later sang Mrs. Paul's family, the E. L. Mrs Eddie Hilliard in Valrico.
Dee Bobby Dee Redfearn"Sisters."sang Pat a LaMee black Southwells', on Brooklyn Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lanier had I'I i and Mr Oscar and Carter Mrs. Richard were visiting Carter facultv members of the local school BEEF 1-41b pkg 27c POT PIES 4 for 89c
The Rotary EntertainedLast as Sunday dinner guests Rev. and j
face song "Tutti-Fruiti. the I Friday at their regular Mrs. R. R. Drurey of Jacksonville. | Mrs Eddie Hilliard in Valrico I
children sang "Let last Sunday. FROZEN GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN TENDER
pre-school boys weekly luncheon, the men of the Mr. and Mrs. Neil Crawford of I i
Sun Shine In. j I Rotary Club were entertained by Starke and Mr. and Mrs J. C. I
played harmonicas. the the boys and girls of Miss Emma Anderson. Thomases Buy Home I Lb
awarded to I I RICH S3C
Prizes were seventh grade Kate Mansfield's 4th and 5th Miss Betty Fae Norman. Cole- SIZE TURKEYS

following children: Grade, Billy I grades I man and Louise Phillips of Waldo, Mr anl Mrs Clarence W
Pat LaMee; Mary Ann Four boys, David Sen'is, Danny Leslie and Joann Phillips, also of: Thomas have purchased a home .. .
Austin; Fifth Grade Hardenbergh, I Dodd, Rowan Thomas, and Joel i Waldo, and Danny Philips of Law- in Pinehaven subdivision from __ _,. __ ___ n___ ,- ,' _:_ ", _n :::, ==
Schaeffer, Dee Mitchell; Fourth Brault, played harmonica selections tey attended the State Fair in' Mi and Mrs Jos. D. \\'arren.1
and Dwight Tampa last Thursday.
Brault documen-
price according BILL JACKSONJackson
Grade, Tony Third Grade, Nine girls dressed in Dutch Mrs. Harold Alvarez was ad-I| to
and Joe Mann; costumes sang a song, "Little milted to Riverside Hospital in' tary stamps was $8,000. Mr Transfer Company
Ridaught.iPamela 1-lb Ctn
Keith Collins, and Trina Carol Baker; I Dutch Mina" and did a Dutch Jacksonville last Monday i i Thomas is employed at the Highland i Phone 165 17C ... .- ,_ .
Manown; d1 ce. Dutch J'lrlswre Roberta Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Gaskins Mine of Humphreys Gold
Second Grade, Pete Collins and Sibley, Mary Ann Schaeffer LeI and daughter, Jackie, spent last Corporation. I I I INSTANT

First"..''..?\-"I Grade Rnrson.Cathie. Pre-School, GmaMassa --_... I ... ,'. --...... ., 0' . ." .... 0. -. .. ... I i I
\.1 I 'l. MILK9i2ozCfn I I
Hardenbergh, Debbie Bruce Brault Sunderland Dottie I, i : ANN PAGE FANCY 14oBot

and adults Each Barbara alike person_Hudson.was- given children a Coca and I' ,; .. ,. : KETCHUP 2 For 3SC 23C

:.. ,.,. ::
of '
Cola, and a bag ""
furnished by .Ir. Lee, .. :
which was .-
ot-al theatre manager. LIBBYS
announced the < .

Start Lent Lenten consecutive tomorrow for Work-shop the children Saturday, and: last which- any for during will de-six /; : }( t ftft +a 1"i ROAST BEEF ".OZ 43C DEX E 0

interested.It ,tl ; I
who are '
nomination would -be safe to say thata \ '; : .. If C

of children are looking > SCOTCH MAID 10-oz 369
number T't. ;
forward to the next Mardi-Gras < :: ; .
to be an annual : For lftC
affair.since it is going I ; :i i 1 GREEN PEAS 2 Good As The Best

The Keystone Heights P. T. A. ::> I Yet Cost You Less
evening Feb. : ,.
will meet Tuesday I
auditorium and + i
the school t
21! at
the theme will be Founders' Day. : Cut Rite

Mrs Everett Fox is program
,hairman, and it should be anntoresting Wax Paper 125' 23c THRIFT PRICED

Valentin D.ince Has I

ISiff Turn-out I Gerbers Strained FRUITS &
StUliahVs Catholic Club I '
thank all friends who I for 29c
wishes to Baby Food .
helped to make the Valentine';; ii VEGETABLES
Dance such a social and financialinoes ;

dance was held at
!' %
Nestles Instant .
the SKUfl.. at the Airpark, last
Saturday night The chairman of 53c
Cocoa VrlbSlc Mb
the dance Mrs Joseph Pawlikow-I < .< >LDrA FIRM RIPE
ski said that she was pleased j
wIth the lesult She wishes to I k
thank the C. A. P. for the use STAR CHIEF 4-DOOR CATAL1NA The car says GO and the price uvn't stop you! ANN 10cPEACH
<>f the Skvtel, and all the merchants -I' -
who contributed -
of Keystone RISP 1 LB (CELLO BAGS

doorprizes.The first prize. of the evening Easy Does -TIlls Ones Loaded

was won by E L. Rodowskas. of : CARROTS 2 for 17c

Wilmington, Del a former resident I
Of Kr\'stone. II I II I Each

Other than door-prizes, there Try the mighty 227-H.P. Stratatorque power plant in Pontiac history avail- :I 49C U S. No 1 MAINEPOTATOES

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automatic transmission gives you gears for crisp, SUGAR WAFERS CELERY 2'' 19c

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driving U'ith lots more where that came from And with those gears there's an amazing new :I SNOW WHITE! HEADSCAULIFLOWER

PHONE 218 u'ltenetrrybu need it! liquid-link coupling to make that flow of power :

Take it easy in seconds you'll be sailing oil smooth! 1 Lb 29c each 25c

( ) serenely along at the legal limit or leaving the It's loaded all right, with more glamour and go

steepest grade behind unnoticed and always than you ever dreamed possible at a price so low.

FLOWERSFor with that big "something extra" for safety! Come on in and get the details. Whether you're

All Occasions You re piloting America's most modern V-S! talking performance or price, easy does it with thisIt's Jane Parker NOTICE I

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POTTERY PONTIAC A ...../q ...L.I./.. ,/. .N1/4I.
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\ A 'l'. WA Focus \Veek Baptist Circles
Woman's Club '. I
./ Shown Climaxed With
Shows Much Talent t 5 Paintings Hold Meetings

: 'Banquet Of Hearts'A The Lottie Moon On :,, '.1 ,
The Fine $ p. Local Artists
Arts Depai'ment u.1; By
.... ... liv il..a\: L. G. Powt-ll leid.r'i ," ',' .
the Starke Woman's Club stagt.'Ia l i.f V W A. Fo as
Mts S L ..'
Uv.'ka Peek MO.MIwith : : _
delightful program at then the annual formal
fIJ ten members
i-j t \ -
Feb uary meeting Wednesday H inque! ; ot' HeartTuesda:: \
Gladys Mooty 'I ,(I!S presnt.After .
afternoon of last week in the' t-: ngi i: .:'i 'iir educational loom of
Phone 35 the r n'ing- \' 1- '
dub house. I A '..< FIt Baptist Churih.T'.e .
with p> uei >iMs. L P iI.i I '
- - ---- -., The club was a virtual art !i ';r --#! ( hmljuE't table, covered with Mr'*. Gee A APiiorsorthe : < >... .
gallery for the meeting with ] ..t .\ :.. V :.':.':1 cloths was square
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) : 'oi!- hook
Little Women Elementary PTA paintings, sketches, finger paintings i <\ .-.'"" '.. :" t .\ ::h a center pie'e.alen.- .
At the < 'n !hi-ion .f :"- -:
and exhibits i.ft \ vii'h nosegays of gladi- :
commercial art j
Plan To Assist Seesalerttine ,
.. ness: nuetnj I'treshm-! : '
being displayed: throughout the' ,4A : :Jtoj i to white streamers
I bv hf iio-te.-
Heart CampaignThe Skit ProgramThe ; rooms. Approximately 100 beau- : ? : II m the box, extending served

I tiful paintings, done fcy: some ; i I i. ,' -ttting. Upon pull- The Doris Knight TIM'M: > I

Little Women's Club met I Starke Elementary PTA members, local citizens, arm mem- \ -' i .iniei, favors of Bible J. T. Lawson. J It-.tdei; -i.e' :In .' 1

Monday evening at the club ; m..t at the Cafetorium Tuesday bers of Thelma Jennings' art ,% b'' r. i: nere received by each educational building Tie.- : .

house with Babs Lance, president, I night with Mrs J. li. Wainwright, I classes were exhibited. I 1''. r the table hung a night with five members pr.'-. "'

presiding. I president, presiding. Rev. Carleton : Mrs. Jennings, chairman of the "; \ : : 1 Silver candle holders Irs. J. G. Wood prvsenttdV ,

It was planned that members: I! Stevens of the First Methodist Arts Department, had as guest A : I::,lies were placed on program and those taking ;prt\
would work in front of the Church, the devotional. '!Its. MILLIE nDIOXS (left) shows oil painting .
gave speaker Mrs. Corbett of Chicago. I i i' i were Mrs R. A. Colson an.! M-:' :.-
school on Wednesday for dona !, Mrs. F. J. Pellum's room won Ill., who paints under the name of bird dog that won her first planin Hipidarityute v! '.- .::: Furlong served as J. E. Hildebran \

tions for the Heart Fund. They i'I' the prize for having the most Rachel Stearns. A member of i \ among (paintings/: Woman's Club art exhibit t : i-i emonies, introducing At the end of the meeting :efreshnients -

will wear led skirts, white I' palents present. I I Blue Dome, Penwomen, and the I last "",'k. Joan Sdioll (center) uon first in popularity JI ..'" \\ K; Hildebran, Young Peoi were served b\' '.'c

blouses and carry large plastic: A delightful program entitled !, winner of many state art awards. !' in the vketth di\i.i"n. Iro;. C. L. Scholl ,,. ',,1. who welcomed the hostess Mrs. R. A. CoNon. if
hearts. The Little Women are :;| -February's Birthday Cake"was j she lecture on'' c MLW. B. Mundy Jr.. '
an interesting
gave i i.
of the
) president Woman's Club. .
assisting the senior club which':| presented by pupils of the third art and paintings and showed o 'V ..: W 3.1.V' responded. The Ethel Biggs Cmle rn< tin
.s; sponsoring the Heart Fund grades. The skits commemoratedthe paintings she had done in this I AT KIGIIT: )ho;. !.. II. Jennings and guest speaker :M IJ O )lunsby welcomed the the home of Mr E P Tnvufondav : )

drive this year. I I| birthdays of Thomas Edison, I II section of Florida. Rachel Meurns discuss one of I". Jennings ni :if iit.iwith: Mis. J.V.. ), night with ten ..i.tmSpresent. '. =

The Little Women are givinga George Washington, Abraham Mrs. C. L. Scholl president paintings in the exhibit. Mrs.! Jennings was chairman F i : "-ponding .

Stanley party at the club house I Lincoln, Henry Wadsworth Long presided over the usiness meet- of the art exhibit: and program. ,:: ..,' -.nging was enjoyed by At the conclusion of the .:!
:.. 1.i h,,,' Mrs._ L. A. hook. Mrs Tpn'v, .
next Monday evening at 7:30: fellow, and Charles Lindbergh .- .v s n.' ,
I ing and announced that tentative -.s u 'on. ------ ---- ---- - -
o'clixk to which the public is whose birthdays fall in February. made to the 'I The (".,n.Ifkr which a game was refreshments to theI'omho': ; .
plans were reopen following five new members camellias in a bed of green.vThe ; 1't'l! ii Ev", >! f'I" ,[r: ,,; '
invited. The party is to raise 'Also on the program was a St. club-sponsored library in its new were voted into the club: speaker's ;)lt\e table it
held an artistic :Month eilo. :MiA A Dm dm,
funds for the dub. I Valentine skit and the acts were I skit was presented by Mrs. A.
location in the old county jail Mrs. E. S. Beebe, Mrs. E. A. Hall arrangement Of driftwoodand Mrs Theinia Jminuej

Plans were also! made for a : printed on valentine-shaped pro- building the first week of Maich. j Mrs. J. F.. Wall, Mrs DeWitt I red camellias Honored guestsat i White, Charles Jeniiing.Kirkland, John R Norman and Mrs. Kate Shep- Circle Four WSCS )
j BrokenHearted
Spring Fashion Show to be held grams. Mrs. M. W. Cressler, library chairman Sinclair and Mrs. Guy Andrews. : the meeting were members of Christiansen Buster Jim- pard entitled. "The
I Partin
March 22. I Refreshments were served by announced that helpers are j, Mrs. Junius Smith finance chair Mrs. Thelma Jennings'art my Lawson, Roland Perinth, Daisy Circle Four of the M,':h...d.WsCs .-: -

the sixth grades. needed to catalog books and do I man suggested the club sponsor classes I Jackie The message for the evening. held its regulai n.ee'!,_
Colley. Ray Stefanelli
BPVVill Hear I,i other clerical work in setting up a inner to raise funds for the I Among those having exhibitson Mis Lex Green Mrs Alex Yawn ":\0 Half Hearted Efforts. was in the recreation buildingr I i

the library: and is' asking for II club to be held Thursday evening. display at the meeting and Hazel Wall, and Connie Barnhill. brought bv the pastor. Rev. L. D. 16 members present.M.s K -
Talk By DeRoppStephen i\VMU, Noticesi volunteers for this woik. The March 1. The dinner will beserved '] during the art exhibit throughoutthe Hostesses for the afternoon Haines. Mulhns, program thdTni.tr. : t'

club is the Heart 6 to 8:30 o'clock and. ,: A rising ,'otlOf thanks was 'iewed the first two hapte< ',.'
and Circle meets sponsoring I from : day at the dub house were: were Mrs Thelma Jennings. Mis.P .
DeRopp owner f fi and the .
i Epperson the leaders studbook Ho.iirMrs '
Drive and members will be asked will feature a floor show. i Mrs C. L. Scholl extended to .t"
daughters. H
manager of the Plaza Lodge j with Mrs. J. W. Furlong Tuesday Xasworthy. Mrs. R. F. circles.Etht'l L C
( ,
i I I members of the sponsoring -h.in.pi.rn an ) .M i -
to contact homes in their neighborhood During the social hour the Adele, Joyce and Joan Scholl. Dt' loI'Pst. Mrs
motel will be when Charley Johns.
guest afternoon at 3 p m.I Lottie Moon, for Lo.i! OubtWho ;
on Sunday afternoon. guests were served punch and Mrs ('. Xaswoithv Biggs: anJ
the BPW Club meets Monday I with Mrs. J A Mrs H B. Peyton. Mrs. Beithap. '
night at 7:30: o'clotk. Members I I Daisy Fowler Circle meets I Feb. 26. for donations. This will cookies from a beautifully appointed -I Griffin :Mis Minnie Brown, Mrs ane. Mi s. Arthur McRae Mrs the delightful evening. after

Mrs. J. B. Sapp. be a one day diive. A motion punch table, overlaid with j A. Z. Adkias, R F. Demorest, Harmon Morgan. Mis Lester which the group was dimiss"II;

'A'lll be. DeRopp advised, of who meeting has place.Mr. spent :j Ida Daiby Circle meets with I II was made and carried to give a an imported outwork cloth and.I Millie Simmons Audit-v Carlisle, Crews. Mrs. S. L. Peek. Mrs. V. with joining hands" and singing

Mrs H. A. Lawson. War Bond the outstandingBUS centered with a crystal Justine Pellum. Kay "Blest Be The Tie
some time in several foreign I I meets $25 to punch i, Mary S<'Ineffer. O Bridges and Mrs Floyd Wig
: Dora Alderman Circle bowl, surrounded with red ,.. .
senior. deep Mrs C. I Sto. kwel!,
countries will discuss the part of with Mrs. J. A. Lewis I -- --,- ,-- .--- - ,------ -- -
business and professional womenn Circle meets little'l at B & G Truck Stop outdid
I Helen Masters Miss Dorothy Ownbey Hospital Auxiliary |
: international life. I themselves this year gainrin
I with Mrs J. J. Parker. Weds Thos. F. BrownIn Elects Officers, Slit on their March of Dime.fcoaid :

I Last year they did a
Auxiliaries MeetThe I i Eastern Star i iI '' Keystone Church Approves By-Laws :* : good job, but didn't quite reach

the $100 maik .
Sunbeams and Junior
R. A
Mis Dorothy Alice Ownbey, Mi s. W. H. Graham, temporary
and G. A. will meet Monday af I The Order of the Eastern Star daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. chairman of the Bradford Count Congratulations to Dr. Mark

ternoon at the church at 3:30.: will meet Monday, Feb. 20 at Ownbey of Keystone Heights, and Hospital Auxiliary, opened thesecond ..'ever Knew w.> had So, man\ noon when Heilong, who will reach his S0h: Is At Fault? .
refresh- bl'
games and and will
Masonic Hall. I milestone this Sunday
Intermediate R. A. and G. A. 8 o'clock in the
Brown, son the held talented artists
Thomas Franklin meeting of group. in 0111 midst until twnthei,' .
will meet Monday night at the Honoring past matrons and patrons Thomas F. Brown and the' Thursday afternoon of last weekat the Arts Dept. of the Woman's; Harris was host enjoyed to 15 Gary his host, as usual, to his host of Of course: since you are a
of friends at a sumptious outdoor
I church at 7 o'clock. late Mr. Brown of Hampton were 3 o'clock in the Parish House. ) Club put out a call last week for little boy friends
at a matinen dinner Be sure to save an careful drher. in of
case an
united in marriage last Saturday I Following prayer by Mis. W. .. local paintings to grace the club party Wednesday afternoon of date for Sunday afternoon 'j

afternoon at 5:30 o'clock in the j L. Blair, the nominating committee house for their program last week when he open '
celebrated his Feb. 26, when our new hospital accident the "other fellow"
First Baptist Church of KeystonEheights. II composed of Mrs. H. H. such masterpieces that turned up 7th birthday the youngstershad will hold house for a public |:'
i The Rev. Malcolm Cole Adams, chairman Mrs C. E. would put an ait museum to ice 'ream and cake at Gary's If haven't peen i is: at fault. We feel that way,
viewing you
Davis officiated at the double I Johns and Mrs Junius Smith, ,: shame the names of contributors house before
attending the show it yet. you'r in for some pleasant
PPLRKJ i ring ceremony. I presented the following officer ;' appear in another item this Ann Stefanelli celebrated her''' surprises the decor is in too, but if the jury disagrees

: : The church was beautifully : who were unanimously elected to week so won't repeat but the birthday last Saturday evening keeping with the modern trendaway Make

decorated with palms gladioli, I serve for the ensuing year: Mrs. names of the local artists who when a group of six Starke from the old "hospital ,, t may ('o-.t: jou plenty.

snapdragons, S. E. Simmons president. Mrs. : won by popular vote were Joan
chrysanthemums I t couples went dancing at the Air- look" and it in as attractive as' ure your automobile insurance -
carnations, and fern. The pews I W. H. Graham. vice-president Scholl and Millie\ Simmons park Sky tel modern home or offi.-e .
.. ked white satin Mrs P. G Felos, secretary, and ,, Hue you noted the new look any
w re mal by I Were still passing out orchidsto Such pleasant surroundings are is complete If it i U
Saturday, Feb. 18 -- Midnight Show b"viurmbmed with gladioli, Mrs. J. M. Smith treasuier. that the Health Dept. building Nina Andrews her ail- ''
and helpers, sure to help you forget your
rhi\-.inthemums, and fern I Directors: Mrs: W E. Middleton has taken on recently with its who did such lot, better callH.
II a wonderful job in nients Incidentally anyone
r Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Mrs JW : two shades of "cool" .
Mi.Bubbe Bastedo, soloist, ac.mpal1l..d green
putting the March of Dimes who would like to give a mnpa-1 I
'I dJ'iwI
I p ,... byrs. Lloyd J. 11' Kincaid. and down at the other end of more than a thousand dollarsOWl' ,' zinc subscription for the hospital
S sang"Decause" preceding Mrs. Edward Hall read the bylaws town, Bess Burns has had crewknocking I the [I. C. Wall\
Gieen; i I discussed andapproved. top Spacp doesn't may do so bv phoning?6 j jf'aionn I AgencyPhone
the ceremony. and "The Loid'sPiavi' : which were down that old jungle of I permit mt"ntiomngeve I yone who '
knell )Irs. J. R. Kite. myrtle trees on her property onW ''
uhile the couple had a part but I do think the
to the Board of Madison Street sure is an :
p The traditional secretary 1-H
_ lt tinaltar. giils deserve ;special mention
used. I Trustees. announced that an open improvement hear that the \OC'LL IXUE the new Ester-\
I \editing marches were for selling $3..0oith: of peanuts 200 E. Call Street
The bride given in marriageb i house and dedication ceremony Krystal Kone at Herb's DriveInis thassa lot of pean.its. :also brook purse-size fountain jM-n-, in

h--i father was exquisite in a I will be held Sunday. Feb. 26, at I being reopened today by Bill Ruth Broadway. "n,1,| her h, :')('1" |UI<-1 .shades. Only $2J>8 at Bradford -I Starke, Fla

11_ gown of ruffled tiers of white 2:30: o'clock at the hospital. and Emma Gina and they also __ County Telegraph.

nylon Uce and tulle over taffeta,, Mrs Simmons set the time for tell me they will feature fresh j 1

with pointed tips over the hands the next meeting as Thursday. doughnuts daily i|
I, She won I March 8. at 3:30: o'clock in the I Rowland, Gail Duke and I II
,.i _._. tiN and white nylon mitts. Kay M CCRJFF HOME OF
a veil of white nylon illusion, Parish i j Melissa Stallings attended theEpiscopal I I S

waist length, with a lily of the paid their dues. iI I,1 i youth Convention in'

4 valley spray attached to the orchid Jax on Saturday and Sunday ,
J from which fell satin streamers Mr. And Mrs. Sowell I Everett McKinney and Doyle I II I Size Trades

"SI. tied with lover's knots and Hosts At Open House I Conner were business visitors in King
; this
blossoms. Winter Haven a few days
orange I I'v
,I hear that the R. L.
Toured Miss Virginia Cates, maid ol The new home of Mr and Mrs.J. week

I. 41 trIS honor, wore blue nylon net ovei I T. Sowell on Rt. 3, Brooker, Kesslers have moved from the-

BeheO4 nylon taffeta with a tiara am was the scene of a lovely open I' Xollman village to the Kopelousosrental 1flf MAUTOMATIC -
St. Clair St.
house on
nosegay of pink carnations. house held Sunday anernoon
Emory L. Brown, brother 01: 5 o'clock. I and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill ofi
3 to
: i the bridegroom, served as best from attractively decorated i I Waycross, Ga. are renting the
home was
; The
1\\ Death man, and ushers were Jame! throughout for the occa- i I Vampfy house on X. Walnut JUWWASHERS

Home. Graham Allgood, Williair sion with lovely arrangements of II i Mr. Dill works for Hercules.

(' ) A. frenshaw, and Wallace E pink tinted magnolia leaves red- j Congrats to Janet Marcks of

___ Bell all fraternity brothers 01 bud boughs and white gladioli. Keystone who was crowned the
1956 at the Valentine -
; with Sweetheart for
the gioom !, The tea table was overlaid -
) For her d.Iughter's wedding, i 1 handsome lace cloth over ecru I Sweetheart Dance at the
Mm s Ownbey chose a lue taffet:' linen and ('enteredth a crystal USO Tuesday evening given by I I' Nt

dress with a blue lace jacket i'I bowl around which was agailand the Student Council Xancy

pink arnation corsage, and blacl punch of pink azaleas andgreenery. Bates was runner-up and the t ]

velvet! ai oessoriesThe Silver trays and compotes : Sweetheart was crowned by .
bridegroom's mother wa1IIee.l held dainty sandwiches, Barbara Henderson, last year'sSweetheart .

ina'y blue, with matching || cookies mints and nut Janet, dressed in' ;

.essorics, and her corsag''t Mrs. Fred May of LaCrosse a lovely pink ballerina length

"DIRECT FROM THE WORLD'S LEADING THEATRES was white carnations. II greeted the guests as they arrived formal was seated on a thronein

Mi- Henry Ownbey, grandmother ': and presented them to Mrj front of the stage over which //REMOVES

L of the bride, was gowno Mrs Max Furlong were red and white streamers ;;:.. .: ;
Admission 52c Tax Included j and Mrs Sowell. 1. : : SAND, LINT, SILT AND SOAP SCUM
-- fell from the ceiling t
teal blue, with black accessories :
in the guest
: i of Starke kept Z: I FROM YOUR WASH
__ at-
teenagers .
and a white carnation cor L ui the large group of 'x'. '
SUN :MON. TUES FEHIU AUY 19. 20. 21 book and Mrs. Troy inomas .> ; vJ
sage I conducted the guests tending the dance enjoyed bopping ; ; .': Cleans end Redeems a Full Tub of Wash
FEATURE Brooker Model I 1;' .."".
DOntLE are-I their favorite recordings .
Following the ceremony through the new home. Mrs. H to WA / Water 5 Times During Washing Cycle

'ception was held in the church A. Coleman of Gainesville pre during the evening chaperoning 7S0N fo Give You Cleaner Clothes.
FORT YUMA table the affair were Mr. and Mrs.C .
annex where the bride's sided at the punch bowl and also
I with a white organdy Mrs S. Partin and Mr.
I I was covered assisting in serving were
In TechnicolorVith Pete Graves and Joan Ta\lor | and lace cloth over pink. V. V Hazen of Starke andIisscs Tom Casey.
j I II
cake, i Little 5-year-old Gloria Gibson,
AND j The three-tiered wedding Sandra anJ Tarry Sowell daughters

I topped with a v miniature bride I of Mrs J. T. Sowell. was hostess at a lovely Valentine

NIGHT PEOPLEIn j and groom was placed on a mirj Sevent '-five guests called on party Tuesday afternron for a _

j I ror and was surrounded by a : the Sowells during the appointedhours : few neighborhood friends NOW
and Butch Flakes celebrated his 11th i 1956
Technicolor Featuring Gregory Peck white nylon; ruffle and pink i, for this happy occasion. '-.
: last Friday afternoon
bowl birthday
The punch
;, white rosebuds
Plus Cartoon was surroundeJ by flowers and : High School PTAThe with a party for a few of his L- DELUX 0 N L YRANGE'

at his home on E.
placed schoolmates
mints and mixed nuts were I Ii ;
Wed and Thurs. -- February 22 23DOUSI.E j in silver dishes, flanked by silver 1 1i High School PT Aill AdkinsVayne Sapp was '

FEATURETHE i candlesticks meet Tuesday evening, Feb. :21, host to 25 friends at a delight- $ 50

I I Miss Becky Brice kept the i, at 7:30: o'clock in the school i i fill party at his home at Camp | 9Af

I bride's book while Mrs. Thomas|! library. 1 Blandaig last Friday evening |
PRETTY GIRLWith C. S. Partin, will]
Campbell presided at the punch principal, j when he was celebrating his : "
I discuss the "White House Con
J 14th hear that Etta'
was assisted birthday -
i, bowl. Mrs. Roy Tyre :
Robert Gumming:* and Joan Caulfield ference on Education." which he i -
| in serving by Miss MurlI i Fay Gill made the masterpiece i ,

.\ DAFRICA I I Dykes and Miss Kenny Brice. attended as a delegate | birthday cake for the occasion I Kg; Parody Size Oven

I! For their wedding trip to the I Ii All parents and teachers are i I' and Wayne's mother Mildred1I i' .

ADVENTURE i, southern part of the state the urged to attend. I, Sapp, was assisted in serving and .. Pushbutton Controls

charcoal black suit i! for his guests by Mary And Your Old
I bride those a i Gordon Blitch & Associates, certified caring 2 Range
IN PATIIE COLOR | with a winter white U'eej public accountants, in < Ella Watterson, Ann Green and V ;;> (alrod! lake and Iftl.

Plus Cartoon Her acct'ssories.t're jlcket.1 Jacksonville.After Muriel Norman Tom Stal- I' <:: -. Units '. '
Jr. celebrated his 15th birth- A .
a white orchid corsage completed : this week. Mr. and Mrs. | lings I '
Friday and Saturday February 21. 23: I j I her costume. Brown will be at home to friendsat ,i day with a lovely party at his ( o '- '*. Focused feet$ aroHi -

DOUBLE FEATURE |I The bride formerIli"ed in St ,; 630 Riverside Ave Apt. 3, i: home 315 N. Walnut St., Satur- ,i ...
Petersburg before moving to''! day evening a red and white i IIOOIl alrod! & sijrfacgCook-? .1.1J.ltJ
I Jacksonville.Mr.
EL PASO STAMPEEDWith | Keystone Heights several years I 1 color motif was carried out m II j IThiic I -

I ago. She -vas in the class of 1953: : ,; and Mrs. H. L. Ownbey the party decorations and refreshments All PorcefatoG. Range A

Allen Rocky Lane 'at Melrose High!: School entertained members of the I the 40 teenager ;'

I Mr. Brown graduated from Brown-Ownbey wedding party at guests enjoyed dancing throughout -

AND Bradford High School in the class a buffet supper following the rehearsal i the evening Charles See The Complete Line Of

of 1S52.: In January' of this year last Friday night. About Chambers who was 9 years (,ld J.J N'BRIFF I F F

TO CATCH A THIEF he graduated with a BSBA degree 22: persons attended this affairin I on Monday, celebrated the occasion GE Automatic Washers

from the t University Florida the Ownbey home at Keystone I with a party for a few

j With Carey Grant and (;.race Kelly : where he was; i member of Height The bride gave all of of his friends and Jackii H.ne= General Electric Appliances from $198.65

! Plus Serial and Cartoon' ..he Oonreii: ?,. -. 1.. -itf-n.ty .\' the attendant g.fts: :.n :"re val!< r.tir.e :- celebrated her 7th birthday; at a Cor Call and Walnut Sts. Starke, Fla. And Your Old Washer

pr" ,'r.t 1: : .::..t".1 '.\i ih motif: small party last Saturday afur- .

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r \t.F. FIVE

r 6 .. .. Mr and Mrs Fate Brown and r Mis Jf Nc'Aaomc M' '! Di ii.d :MiJ '.. .
I "t.e anl 1 : A LeC.: l' % t M: : f:. ; \t. .I IF: H.,: ". ..-i!

sons Dale. and ;Mis Roy Edwardsvl.ited Ewvll! La'AfioniMted :\11'.. L''HK! a'Urd! the maugw.ition. of Dr Lw.l\! .-.*ei M' end1: : J R ," ., .
... .
Mr Brown's brother-m- !' Roberts in St. Vincents Hospital Wayne Reitz as president of the i Ct'niverMty "rt'-.\ in Jacksonville on Sunday. 1t.,1. i T-I hot \. i: : :f.. ii 1 -I..i' air ""|'' .- .tmi't.t:/ ..r- h.n\I' 4 "; .

la'.v and sister. Mr. and :Mrs J. :' Sunday afternoon. Mrs Robetts. ot Florida on Thursday '! ML's: Iiene; Rubeits of I'aUtka .", ( .r ,1--! i h.-i.. i ., ulyd;! .i ;l' r.'.. ))0. r V. -wt :' u .-i ; .
., .-., .
: !- '" -t \ II I I \ ..t .11101) : '.. -I.I .' i ,,1' ,
M Dyer. in Ft. :Myeis last werktnd who itcently: underwent! a major and! Ff iday. Dr. LeCleic will I wa.. \i.: m;.: her ilauphtii. Mrs r.1"-. :01,01 1 \ i .r. 1"1".1| .l t.. fn. .t.I 'Pn. ii.\ it >.p"l 'i.is: r.aiii":: i: -- .' .
On Their return trip they operation. is expected home this ; reps sent Worehester Polytechnic! .. Thon.anI! tanu.oer: .I* 'i'v ..I v ''I' pi".Hl.llj i' an-\\ot 1,, r :. \ Saiu. I V II..1. !I.. ) '. \
wtli ih. .
ai'.i'KV f..1' ; IIU1lft' H S I 1',1:i. S'M.I. 1".'\ : n.i lit ,,. y
stopped for a short visit with weekfnd. College \\Won-hester. C. Raid* p. : .
I s. and ]jHalleW'ittenturg the weekend.Dr. .in u } "\ 1" Oaims--'. n. t U-- .. !_ i'!."
Mi. and Mrs. H. O. Daniel in of M. B. Hell \ illiFl'inila. and t,1tth., .. .r.t-.1',' i !" .1.1I !
T. L. Casey of Starke and University nghas as .th th < -', .
IRI THE JEWS Sarasota. daughter Mrs. Nate Dyal of Halle. Germany. Mrs. LeClerc'' guests.; Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Hon- \l.5 I i |., ". .'. ., .1 ,_ I ;:... ;t-T.:.. :
/- 1.1 "'!t" I" n9i. .. .-
n \ll. : I
.. .. 6 6' .. a(-ony 1'alin Reach quit -I iI |II Hampton, spent Sunday visiting will represent the former Women's!!' noil and son of WaynesviIIe. X I.. t.ik- is .nf. -.f-\' \ \ .. ... _. .. ',..." ..,"i ''. ,1.i i.1f'I : ,
I $'!,') at Iil.i's.. relatives in Plant City and Dover. Presbyterian College of Columbia I C. Dr. and Mrs E. T. Kelly of _.,.1'I/Ti!f:*< '.' t., .sj.tti. r t .. -It'd, r......" .J.. ,I I. .

Mi, ml :Mi.M; ... f'u'fiS' M.md! MiI!! I I\\'. Home and Rev S. J. Grady visited the P..eand :Mrs. S. J. Grady hadas S. C. class of 1917. Dr. LeClerc Georgetown S. C., and Mr. and \ \\ !i- x. 'n:.. I I. i!' T ast ,..intv" n- i.. .
; -
n tt had as visitors H L> ,..n-. J.UIH-S .r.i ma, and Mis. 1 Veterans Hospital in Lake City weekend guests Mr. and Mrs will march in the procession. i Mrs. Frank Herlong and Mr. and print.ij TI'g.tph.',. I :(.t.d'o\l. i!" .\ It." uspap Kl .r. i ,

''i"o', ,inci Mr. and Mi.s. L. Vviishiiif RIchaidLi:\ anti daughter Melody j Tuesday. | Wyne Cutler of Holyoke Mass. .\zal.1awl ('amdi.1t Mis Jimmy Herlong of Saluda 'da .

of ;Maxville last Friday : of Hampton and Mrs. J. H. *!i..1( !,,. lu--l 1.- ,' F. .. .
; j :Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Ryals iI j jI Mr. and :Mrs Bruce L. Davis > run | S, C. The guests are here to help'Dr. Alt.1 1 I..-.'.
ma :Mr and Mrs. Kenneth San- Albany of Reevesville, S. C. and I! Mr. and Mrs Bob Drake and ,. Herlong celebrate his 80th .t..FI.\! !. M: t'< ,
family Chattanooga. Tenn. Jacksonville
I' I of and baby of were rii.i'-: \ ,'
1,1'0 and baby of Jacksonville onunda. were Sunday dinner guests of I and Teddy Nobt-ls of Fayetteville !' weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. children of Keystone Heights were birthday anniversary on Sunday. I j rin .

.\'. ;Mr and Mrs: Robert Barksdale I X. C. were weekend guests of i ii E M Davis. visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby -j Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Wallace ry Maiian I.. .. ::

(' ('u.,; I'luiuusa I'alms At The ociasmn also bt-ing the l&th j i Mr and Mrs. M. C. Thompson. Sactmy Palm Brach MiiN Jr. and family Sunday after- of Palatka spent Sunday with I Itheir !
>istrunks.Mrs tn-hday: of Bill Borne I noon. Mrs. Frank Hoover
Mis.V.. T. Jackson and children -1 $25 at )...il.1.,. aunt. i In 1..lif I irruil < ..u.'. Ii:luhfh. linl-
Sarah Hunter and cnil- Mi and :Mrs Rufus Tatum of i Mr and Mrs R. E. Allen of I'i..I,1 and Garden" scds \t 1 j irial Irruil *( I'Joriil.l. In mil I
visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miss Lillian Stump visited her 1 '
Oren Sonia and Theron were in Jacksonville spent the weekend Gainesville were Sunday visitorsI Sistriinks.Mr. I'wr llratllftrd ( ounty.Ill /
I Leonhard in Keystone Heights on brother-in-law and sister Mr. and 'I I hanrrrr \10. lO-i, >..
Tampa over the weekendisitmg with :Mr TatU1.Isto'r., MrsLurde of Mr. and Mrs E. D. Tenly. i and Mrs. Robert Cantrell MUM: lit IMTFMI:
Sunday afternoon. Mr Jackson Mrs. William H. Thomson in
i .J.t' .
l.tapanl 1'1. nt.ftI..tpt.d
Mr :Mrs F Reed. Da\'I :
and W
Mr and Mrs Junius Smith were of Jacksonville were visiting her
:, and Dob Firth and son. Barry | Monticello on Sunday. ( | !l. f. tilt' i
guests of Col. and Mrs. H. C. : mother ;Mrs. J. ;M. Reddish on In the Nanir "f She. "lao' m I I.." I
) attended the auto races in Jacksonville j Mr. and Mrs. Stancliff of | In:
; the '
Wall in St. Augustine over Sunday. .
i ,
the same afternoon. r. \ .j'i : i
1 i Gainesville were Sunday afternoon weekend and attended the Army Mr. and Mis T B. Harding Sr I ,
:Mrs Billy Burbank and sons visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. .11" .,
THEATRE I dance at the Ponce de Leon Hotel entertained at a lovely buffet
[ of Fernandina Beach are spending Charlie Cowen. I
I I Saturday enning.11' supper Saturday evening celebrating -
this week with her :Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson is in
5MRKE parents. i 1 I and Mrs. H. A. Killian and i the birthday anniversalles
I Mr and Mrs. M. W. Lance. j j Birmingham Ala. visiting her sons of Vivian La. are spending ofIrs.. Mike Pitkenngho.f Need OgatBttes ? FULL SIZE 21 CONSOLE
HolUnii Grown Gladiolus flub, 1 son-in-law and daughter Mr and I '1
Dedicated To Community Service j I' ten days with Mr. and Mrs. L. ]birthday was on Feb. 14. Mrs WITH GENUINE
At si.trun"s. :Mrs C. J. Kiger.
MMot ... Are Better Than Lie?' I 1 N. Pickering. ,' ]It B. Alvarez whose birthday I OkLOokl) [ ZENITHII II

Dr AY.. Covington was in' (fell on Feb. 8. and Mrs. Tom TOP

If you find your name concealed in the Flrfrida Theatre Ad Jacksonville Monday to Thursday Harding, Jr:\ birthday which REGULAR FILTER KINGS

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS attending a Health Officers conference falls on Feb li. Guests included KING SIZE TUNING j

at the Florida State I II 1 :Mr. and Mrs L X. Pickering. Mr OTHER POPULAR BRANDS

Fri., Sat Feb. 17. 18 Sun. Mon. and Tues ',
I Board of Health building ;and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Mr and 1
Douglas Suwannee
DOUBLE FEATURE Feb. 19 20, 21 I Linen Iosuits by Lamp! Mrs! Mike Pickering of Gainesville. : .:

-:=::> JEANNE I.U .'8.""' ':1 COIUUR PtOUPES pewits $17.9.!) at Leila's. Mr and ;Mrs R B. Alvaie Storei

s ; f .., mot cut IOBUT ;, Walter S. Vanderlip Jr. of Mis. Tom Harding Jr. ana] Mi .-
ii F CRAIHi t\ J t MATUREMADISONPRESTONCINEMASCOPE Decatur. Ga. spent the past week Dorothy Alvarez. '. '- ..

with11'. andIrs.. Harry X'w.urtnwnt of llowerPuts u ;t. ._ __. __ ,.
I i DALE i ,;{ nm r itr
) ROBERT W. NELSONFormerly Mooty while in this section of .M sistmnUs.Mrs. .
.: i
;rROBERTSON r FaONTrm Florida on business.Mr. Bertha Pearce visited] ii>"

:, .a \... and Mrs. Louis Adesso of brother-in-law and sister1'

eta U TKHN'COlOIco. OfLincolnMercury ; !I California spent a few days this and Mrs G. V. Phillips in IK-

1 .......aeS IIHITIIOIi ,att 6NiCi\J1\ N taSAatala6:: I jwvek with Mr. and Mrs. Randall ,City Thursday: to Saturday! .' ., .,,, .. .'.,

)'Iu., "Old sh.ll Gome- Cartoon Chism while enroute to Miami. Mr and Mrs I eslie A'iir- ', .
Dealer Eric Moore of Broxton. Ga. ,- I
j Like City were undav cm

I nIt J. W. RROWNLEE I i spent Tuesday night of last week : Mr. antI :Mrs. Henry Stefan.-!'. : :_ ; ;

I I with his daughter :Mrs. Ira Har- : Mr. and ;Mrs A. E MiKinn-\ :;; :

InGainesviHe i 1 ........... .
; ris. and family. in Palatka Sunday vi.it.iis. -
P W'd., Thurs. and Friday I were ,.
20. Mr and Mrs. George Powell of y .
"..-._) Feb. 22,23,21 1 his sister Mrs J. G. Milluan 7 \\
"':': i Newton X. C., Robert Tanner of ( Mrs. Leo Champion and MiI S 1

AND -- I Baldwin and C. J. Powell and Bill Thompson and children \IMI- 'L

_'. a'' "OH DOCTOR! '' ;Mrs. J. H. Fields of Starke spent I ('d11'. and :Mrs Bert Aldndge in NORMAV'M The TRAYMORE

IHI nun Is Now With [ Friday to Monday with their sis- St. Augustine last Friday. t" Handsome Zenith 21,in Console, TV
1 i tern: Mrs. Harold Ford and Mrs. Mrs D. T. Clark of Miami i> "9' I coloror
THEY UHF VHF antenna Mahogany
i, George Cal tt'r on :Menitt Island. the guest of Mr. and Mrs .), R HAVE M'1I1t Blond Oak color cabinet

McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSCourt i Mis George Flynn left Wed- \Vainwnght. NriATE.RJwtR0 1\jtHstlVE' IIVFUTXt LOWEST PRICE EVER FOR A

msday for Atlanta to spend two 1 Mr. and :Mrs Lowell Mahew-;
weeks with Mr. and Mrs J. spent: the weekend at Jacksonville
I SURrACE or 1k
1EgOVCO1OR U and Jefferson St. Phone 117 Huston Clane and family.i Beach as the guests of Mr and! AVOIDING: THEIR. WATtJ--THU5 ENEMIES
rrrotates I V i :\ and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and' :Mrs Robert Aitkin. s ,S ...., Only $259si'(1

!' children of Jac'kson"il1e'isitell' Linen H>\ Suit. by I-impl au"I

of The).Ailhui Rank Organisation presents !i the L. S. Hutto family on Sunday. Sl i J5! ; at I -ilA's. Last Week Of I

l In Order To Give Our Customers Up To The Minute, I L. R. Hutto has been ill for the! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J \\'", kI -

w' tp0U factor in Expert Service, We Have Secured This Factory Trained !,!I past ten days.un' man and son, Jeff of Jai: 'kson- *'
\ Oro'hiII.t -
Lily of Mi
ville were Sunday guests
1 Mechanic, with 19 Years Practical Experience JEWELRY\ SALE
PAUL IIE1t Pt1tiC11 the ,, and Mrs. Lonnie :\Iullis.I .

.uI NOllJ !1 i Jim Houpt of Los Angeles. t EXTRA SPECIAL

,odrwWrulA, ._",1WI1Im Color by CHNIC0108 Repairs And ServiceOn 1 Calif. spent the weekend with his Scatter Pins
Plug "\ \11111. TOI'I.tU
'shat Price Flt-adoni" :
DIRK BOCARDE MURIEL PAN LOWKE.NNETH I, uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs C. In (Irruil ( curt. llrnillura County, *

loon and Chapter No. 4 Serial MORE DONALD: SINDENEDWIN : ) : All Makes And ModelspJ' J. Houpt. Fliinilu. In ( haurrry.J.un. EarringsNecklaces
MiiKl'ton/ I'lainiifi \ e
i Mr. and Mrs. V W. Strickland, ,, FREEOutside
PECK riu ",t Ki.Uin1 Kitt)" II .MarK.iut MUKl'I"". In h ud.ur'
Jr. Danny, were visiting .\uiitr I. ApprnrT.
_. and son. *
'- .
IF:._ : :,'t'i'; .> JillhiWT .: )1.11 ",..rd Mnul. t"I li- BracletsAnd
: ; .: ( ] II Mr Strickland's parents in Day- .I. -ld/I. r a1."I" I :..1011". -v 1.rtl: '" .
tona Beach over the weekend. \Ijuii-." :\mi'i ,'.'1'.1111.1. Antenna
Lou are hereby notifiei that a Many Other Items
I Rev. W. McAliley and O. E Mlit 1"1'! dtulrr< cares liMixIt old Channels .i and Ui:!'>
I Stansburv attended a called meeting .in, 01| tot. tuner i hiUlf. u

;: of the Suwannee Presbvteryi dilute baa Oeeu named tileu Court agaluol; and>uu eau.In u and tiv Regular SI 00 Value WITII THE i'URt'IiASEOF

i I the Riverside PresbyterianChimb .>'ou ale required to serte a copy of EACH: CONSOLE
your answer or pleading to the
in Jacksonville Tuesday. complaint on the I'Uinlitf 8 Now... 59c !

i They were accompanied by C. C.1 Attuiney J. Donald Iibi-on, 100 24 Models -
South iruildnib', Jack-uri the L',
i MoAlilev of Chester S C. father Florida, Regular $2.00 Value

:' of Rev. McAliley, who is visiting ,,aim tie the original In the officeof To Choose From
: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
;: here. or before the Now 1.19
I Marvin Lawson and childrenattended 1I' l.i) ?[ Mali, h. 1.t.: .

I the funeral last Satur- otlicrvn.se Complaint will the ailpgiUona be taken as of constcsscd said Regular $:{.00 Value I II EASY PAYMENTSFirst

day of Mr. Lawson's cousin, Al- by you. I i
Tins notice shall be published
fred Cannington at County Line. once each week fur four consecutive Now... 1.98 Payment March 15
Ga. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
Regular $1.00 Value ASK ABOUTWinkler's
() J..oI.o.I Jinli d.t' '.t Kill r:'1o
(Ur f rCiA&. :.k.AL.j Ohorlco A. L> i FOR SALE Clerk of the Circuit Court Free
By Marian 2.49i
L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i ,
,, 2 14t.' : I
< 3 BEDROOM HOUSEAt Regular S3.00; Value I
\OIKK 0. 1\'II\Tlo\ 'I \I\t; II Financing
..tl'PLII't'1111FOIL Fl\l.
323 N. Church St. : 1)1 VI'IKItl.K
Now ...
I'rvbale lain Il.ii 2.98 f i
I With Property 110x110 'In ('"u.. til '1 he lone!) Judge, WINKLER%
| llrndlurd. tuunt" Mule uf FlurUa. -

With Sell With or : In I'rubalr
j I,1\: UK TII t: EST.\Tt: "'K .MIKt t h.
: Without Furniture I MAKiTA. ilecea.rd. Electric Service
1'u til UhulU"11t> (wnrrrii: GIFT SHOD
1 :Notice: berrby given tint \ \1
Phone 183-W Starkeor : firg has filed his final i.nAitiiiiiiistratiir .
Write Box 866 <.f the i:-t.i. 231 N. Temple Ave.
.Mike Manna, dei'eased; that l I.> .
Mulberry Fla.GORDON'S %lit dill- petition j for tni.tl ,
I Phone 166 Starke. Fla.
lll.II'g'I' and that he uill app| | \
tit" lli'Dciralil.UroiKe I. i 1'1:" .
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1 I ,. i ;M. .u, -ia! .I'laint'ft. \ ', \ '. County Florida Should File A Tax Return and Apply
;M. : Ma J H. t.nrtant.xiu .
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>P Rfji Assessor On Or Before The First! Day Of Aprill)56!);

Window Cleaning I
sIjq raf1zVL Mores Off Homes following are the 'lasses of Property for which the

Now I Floor Maintenance Tax Payer :should File his Return
you can get up Reasonable Prices

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Home Demonstration .[ :, abundant While fresh, make grapefruit the most of Is good so I fTTTTTTTTtrTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER- ing families the Guy and. Malcolm Harrell |l week with her brother and sis-I Fairbanks-- -, and Beady Carleton- --- -,, Newberry.

Monday.Mfrs. ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. F. and Kenneth Wheeler of Lake .
pc:: buys and serve it to your family I We extend our Minprh:: d
I Aubrey Hazen. was visiting Townsend, in Dade i
Notes often. < City. I j; City were visiting Rev. and Mrs. I family of Mrs. Ida Crag :N' .
; :Mrs Lee Green and Mrs. LaI J. L. Thomas of Uessie Carleton during the week- '
Foley >
Here are some favorite ways; Dora in Gainesville I berry, who was bur.e'l! .,' : : '
fvT V-S,, *? byDOROTHY 1 I- Mrs E. n. Castlen.uuuauuuuuuaua i Bryant Thurs- spent the week with his mother. end. i
V to use grapefruit them
v try lay dan Cemetery Fndi .
i j Mrs.
& :'soon! Groover Thomas. Mrs. Hazel Carleton is keeping ,

J <$ ROSS I I ;Ir. and :Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and : Mrs Buddy1Caters and Rebecca -(, lutie Melaien Goodson (her- Odell Craig, Viii.- I 1': ,

Home Demonstration Agent Grallt"fruitIa..a j! i G. A. late ihildien were Mr. I .
I'arty visiting and I II Thomas of Jacksonville spent Myra: Smith ana Ktf: i.-
granddaughter) while her
(Contributed by Mrs. Lnern Outlaw ,
The Girls Auxiliaryof the Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn in Wildwood the I! I
I Ii weekend with :Mr. Mrs. ledge of Newberic .
ana \ :
) j I BrooKer : Mrs. Goodson, is attending the U. i ii
Fair cream and banana splits at Baptist Church were entertained Saturday.Mr. I Bob Thomas. i I Mrs. Mattie Sou oil .
4-H my at the How- I S.illr. :::-
i Select! firm grapt-fruit with I 11 with a valentine i of F.Mr.. ;
and :Mrs.
State Fair Ila.t j' Johnson's. All all party A. H. Hall and Mr. and Mrs J. D. !
Ml Club DdY at the lard in it was Baker of and Mrs. G. w. 1' ,
| nice peel. Cut in half. RemoveI at the | 1
I home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy children and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stuart of'' : and Mrs. Wade Harrell j jweie
Saturday was a huge successwith i really a long day full of activities! | were overnight; guests .. ,
Place children thol.i. '.
: in and
and girls Lamp .flakingJudy i I refrigerator Green Saturday night. About 14 Sorrels of Jacksonville was Sun- Rev. and Mrs. Rrssie Carleton: visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herm were ( : '
5,000 boys
about ] chill several hours. :Make a me- r |girls enjoyed this happy occassion. day guests of the L. L. Dyals.L. last Thursday. 'in Harrell in Worthington Mr. and Mrs. B J \\ ,j' .: ,
of inclement '
in : Cox
attending spite Kelleyand Marilyn ringue by your favorite recipe Mrs. Roy Green, GA Counselor C. Kelley: Beverly Green air and Sun.ia\ i! Gainesville Sunday
i iAt MiLai! (GuiiisonMr (
either. in the grand- met Wednesday afternoon in the I Fill center with frozen sherbert I served punch and heartshapedcakes and Lucrita Cunbee were among | and :Mrs. Wlhur Addison and :Mr.Mattie Sowed has just re- Richard Lee Water .': i ; ,.
10 o'clock :i agent's office to assemble lamps. and cover entire top of grape- to the young people. those attending the State Fair in
outstanding club member I children] of Gainesville, Mr and :iiir.ea 1 from a two week visit i t ville was tht''kt'.t ._.;,,-: f
stand an l fruit with meringue. Put in hot
| They are both taking an electricity -, ;.Mrs. Tinney Honored Tampa. Mrs.: Maurice
from each county was presented oven 1400 degrees F.) and bake j I Ray Carleton of with :Mi.Virg'.e Rutiedge in I Dickie Davis.
project which is sponsored j I Mrs. Frank Tinney was honored John Surrency of Gainesville ..
certificate for accomp- -----
a alaska for 5-6 minutes until de-
,on her birthday Thursday evening the weekend with the 1'.
lishments in project work. The I by Clay Electric Cooperative. liciously brown. Serve at I I
once. j at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gieen .
be so recognized from I Marilyn taught Judy to assemble i ij Broiled Grapefruit I family.W. I ATI'N' I Irnil@
one to
;E. Green.
Bradford County was Marilyn j the Poldon reading lamp and put 1| Select Refreshments were M. Lawhorn of Tallahassee: ; I II OPE
j firm grapefruit. Cut in j! i served by Mrs. Green to the -
following the weekend Mr
Cox and we are proud of her. She j j I a socket on the cord. Judy plans I half. Remove core. Cut around I was guest of ,
';; to paint the wooden base Of the i I ; who attended, :Mr. and and Mrs. R. H. Green.
has been a member for six years j I each section.; Mix two tablespoons
':lamp: black which will contrast ;j Mis. T. W. Markey, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton
and has completed! 1* projects. | butter with one-fourth brown \ I
I j: nicely with the white shade. The cup Frank Tinney and children, Mr. are spending two weeks visitingMr. I
Others the I and of ,
attending sugar sprinkle on
:, white shade makes good use ofall I and Mrs. G. E. Green and family and Mrs Cecil Sawyr, and I
the Fair were Marilyn's mother. halves. Slip under broiler and
the light not absorbing any, '' Mrs. Lucille Edwards, and Mr. Mrs. Annie Hall in :Miami: and:
Mrs. E. L. Cox, Judy Kelley, broil until bubbling hot. serve at
I and the height of the lamp (15 j' and Mrs. Bobby Hinton of Augusta, Mrs.; Ira Mae Hamilton and Mrs j
Patricia Pellum, Marcia Miller once as an appetizer or dessert. I Wlil1f@m
inches from bottom of shade to j (Ga. Aubrey Mitchell in Bradenton. 1
; I I
and Miss Dorothy Ross. I
the table) is correct according to i T. B. Kilanls HonoredT. I Mrs. Florrie Hamilton of Brad-i "

The girls thoroughly enjoyed I the recipe for good reading lamps. I B. (Tom) Edwards was enton is spending a few days with ... ",

the day, taking in the exhibits Marilyn learned to assemble an I I pleasantly surprised Wedneday Mr.: and Mrs. James Hamilton and fF.
and rides, and eating all the usual attractive pin-up lamp which she night of last week when the New family. s4atll''\')
fair food they could hold. The plans to demonstrate to her club I River Baptist Church started I Raud Crews visited his son : Cl ,"

4-H booth attracted much at-! members. She plans to assembletwo singing Happy Birthday after and daughter-in-law Mr. and I Ii ""'. ""'.

tention. It showed the many pro- one to go on each side of OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH E :.I: prayer service.. Cokes and cake I I|i Mrs. Donald Crews, in High II Vti..;.';r';,)1 lq IJ
jects and activities that members! : t e; t
her dresser at home. were served to all who were pres- :i| Springs Sunday. I

participate in. I The girls were assisted by Miss Soil Conservation ent. We wish you many more Mrs. H. II. Wait and daughters.: .#,

On the way home, the girls I{ Jean Robinson, home economist : happy birthdays, "Uncle Tom." j i .leannie. .Toannie, and Polly, and !
enjoyed eating odd flavors of ice for Clay Electric Cooperative, NEWSBy Family Reunion t i Shirley Green and Kathryn Har-

whose company- so_ graciously. dO-. :I Bill Haas | A family reunion dinner was j|I rell enjoyed a sightseeing trip to for better Florida f farming .: : YToday's

I nated the lamps for tne gins iu Soil Conservation Service i Jacksonville Monday.
held at the home '
i of Mr. and Mrs. > .
I i j ;
This mon con give you j Atkinson is spending '. ; ....
work with. j Aubrey Hazen for the :Mann'! Mrs. C. L. A.t.J "..' / ..
Planting time is again coming j j the week with her sisters, Mrs. I r I. '
Serve Grapefruit for a
dependabledelivery : Hazen
family on Wednesday Feb. big news on farm scene "f/1\
I delicious I up not only general field crops j G. P. Parrish and Mrs. Harlan / t : /1.
is a member I
Grapefruit 8.
of but also for wildlife. Those attending were Mr. and I is the 'big l switch' to electricity to .\
Robert W. I / '
Auburndale. ,
1 of the citrus family. It adds j! Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke. Mr. Smith in .;
appeal to any meal, whether |j Murray, biologist with the Florida and Mrs. O. G. :j Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallings, save time, reduce labor, and male- '- J
Strayhorn, !
i Mrs.j
e THE Game & Fresh Water Fish Com- i J ,!| :Mrs.: Rosa Pinholster and Mrs.
j breakfast, lunch or dinner. Use I Eldon Driggers and (' bigger crops, higher profits possible. I/<
mission, will
CHRISTIANSCIENCE it fresh in salads, fruit de- wildlife I Pricthedl I Armanda Lewis were shopping in I
I i cups Wildwood, Mrs. Frank Check your farm see where '
planting material to Mrs. M. J. you
Gainesville Monday. I )
serts and in punches. Grapefruit I and .
baby Winfred Hazen '4
MONITOR is also a good source of vitamin ;|' Newby and George Shuford who j \Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Mr and Mrs. Dave Shaw of LaCrosse could profitably use electricity to \. d t

requested it. and Mr. and Mrs. James save time and work for ,7' '
i r 4itsteL11dads : C, one of the protective vitamins Hazen and son Jimmy of Starke, ,
A. S. Jensen, extension forester, I Crews and son of Worthingtonwere
j I i Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Orlando Florida farming! '
r n.> i states that food, cover, and water I visiting the A. I. Mann family ;
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen
I govern game abundance, food Sunday.The .
Housewives, businessmen, and baby of Ocala. Mr. and Mrs.
ches are of little value pat-I Mission Study Course at
teachers I Wash Your Clothes Wallie Crews of Melrose, Mr. and
and students all over i cover. You should protect the' Brooker Baptist Church last
Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and children,
the world read and enjoy this I !1 and food spots from fire grazing. and Friday night was well attended.
Mann Hazen
of Brook-
international 9 Pounds I! Among the Rev. C. B. Mrs. H. C.
newspaper, pub. j Ii I many good natural PI' I Stallings. R.

listed doily in Boston. World. i i foods for game are wild cherry, Circle Meet Douglas and Mrs. Melba Green

famous for For 40c! wild plum, red l cedar, elderberry, taught the book.
constructive news I' The Beulah Harrell Circle of the
wax myrtle and briars. Ragweed }Irs.landy Thomas and Mrs. o o for better farm
stories and penetrating editorials. Brooker Baptist Church met at living. ,
I FREE Bleach If Desired! patches are a good source of food Lomie Thomas of Gainesvillewere
the home of
Special features for the I Mrs. E. R. Lester
whole """"""
for quail. visiting Mrs. Francis Kelly I .
family. AWe Tuesday night with six members ,

I present. :Mrs.: Theo Dyal and Mrs.J. Saturday.Rev. f Back before Reddy Kilowatt, the
.. Allen Bradford and Mrs. L. L. Packer e
Eddy ,
-------I --I ----I a Soil .
The Christ Science Monitor Will I Conservation District Cooperator.i i.gram.K. Douglas were on the pro- and daughter, Glenda, Mrs. Mattie family wash added to the back.

One Norway St., Barton 15, Moil. built a stock watering pond according ( :Junior High School News Sowells, and Mrs. Rosa Pin- breaking chores of farm life. No

Send your newspaper for the time Dry Your Clothes :' to the A. C. P. require- : The Sth grade will present a holster attended funeral servicesfor more! Now electricity washes

checked. Enclosed find my check or ''I ments. Eddy remarked that he i is I Marvin Rutledge of Brooks- .-d'
J program at the School Auditorium \ and dries clothes, even makes
money order. For 20c i well satisfied with the pond and I j yule, at the New River Cemetery
j jI Friday night, Feb. 24. at 7:30: -- '
1 year $16 D 6 months $S Q I/1 that it will save his stock the I ,o'clock. Admission 'Sunday. ironing easy with new sit-down
will be 25c
In New Automatic Driers! :, ] to the house to :Mr. and Mrs. Claude electric ironers!
3 months $1 O long trip get I. for adults and all children of Friends of i e-;, Co all-electric

water. (Smitty) Smith of Fredrick, Md. RK -
Q 'I in
and kitchen.
school age. Proceeds will go lour laundry ..
i A. C. P. will help you construct I : will be happy to hear of their new
Nome ward the class's graduation to-I remember for these
i pits for livestock water to obtain arrival, Gregory Allen, born Monday operations

Address The Washeterlatemple !! ;
!, and to encourage rotation graz-I The Parent Assistant Program : former residents of Brookerand W R alone than to use a combinationof

Ave. StarkeALVAREZ' ing as a means of protecting your Mrs. Smith will be remembered fuels
City Zone Slat I is in effect and is working out
pastures. If you are planning to I as Agnes Rimes.
W-ll ] fine, reports Mrs. M. D. Harrell. ,1111y
1 build a stock watering pond ac- Mr. and :Mrs.: Randell Cooter
I over-all director. Mrs. Ruth Mizell
cording to the A. C. P. requirements and family of Gainesville and
:and Mrs. H. C. Douglas were on
be- sure to go in and see Mr. and Mrs. Lonzie Benton of
I I duty Wednesday and helped the Ili FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
tmIEstablished Mrs. Sapp in the County Agent'sI J Hague( were visiting Mr. and Mrs. \
Men's.Clothing 'children to make valentine clocks.
I STORE ,, office before you start. j I Benny Thomas Sr. Sunday.Mrs. .
St. Valentine
1S94 I Day was a
I, ft's-I : Groover Thomas spent last
A.I'jtlve occasion at the
I was out talking to L.
School. Each home room was gaily :
Wynn the other day about his I
I decorated with valentine arrange-
soil conservation farm plan. Phil-
ments and each had a valentine
lip Martineau was getting some I \ k I

PROSTATE SUFFERERS land ready so that Mr. Wynn party. 1
I About the most attractive thing I

New Mechanical Instruments 0 No MassagingNe could plant Pensacola Bahia. Mr. about the valentine decoration wasa &y
remarked I'm to put L1ftfla111iit1sL1ITh
Wynn going
Mechanical Instruments No Surgery I little white cottage with a red illl
in at least 20 pounds of seed to
chimney to put the valentines in,
the acre. I find I get a better !
and red hearts over the windowsand
pasture if I put in more
THE FINLEY CLINIC doors. This is what the 3rd 1
seed. So it is cheaper in the long
and 4th grade Mrs.( Terry's room)
123 W. BEAVER JACKSONVILLE FLA. run to use more seed and plentyof
made for a valentine box.

fertilizer. I NOTICE WMU meets Friday at 3 p.m. at I } I IIII

Dorothy Alvarez used the District's
I the Brooker Baptist Church. "
Mi HHHB aHR H fertilizer distributor to
Garden Club meets Friday nightat
fertilize her pecan grove. Dorothyuses 7:30 in the Community Center. III }

the pecan grove for pastureso ,
PTA meets Thursday night, i'1 -
she gets double use out of the
TV ServiceAll Feb. 23, at 7:30: in the school
land. But you have to use fertilizer -
lunch room.
If you pasture your grove. ,
Glad to hear that Mrs. Francis '

j' Kelly is able to be up in a wheel I

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Soil Supervisors chair. She has been ill for a long I

Fully Equipped ... Dependable : Report On Audit j jI time.Mrs.
I J. H. Mott and baby son ;
All Makes and Models I An annual audit of the financial Rickey Marvin came home Saturday :

affairs of the Bradford Soil r I I

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV | Conservation District was given Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson are i

by Secy. George Huggins at a I both much improved. Friday

rot ent meeting of the Soil Conj j' Sorry to hear that Mr. and i Iii February 17thl :'

Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone I 1 1servation Supervisors at the homeI j II Mrs. Albert Lyels' little girl had i ,

I I of LloYd Green. I!j'The 'to be put into the hospital in I l
239 Starke Fla. :
Gainesville this week, and another I .
audit, which was preparedgiatis ,
OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY by Tax Assessor Gene child, Janell, is ill at home. I I ." 't .lV/ I

I Long, showed total income for Mrs. Mattie Barryunderwent r; FREE CONES "' :;- .' ''\_ ,

> derived surgery Wednesday at St. Vin- If. ; tic I
the year lJ 5j to be $704.97, ;;..A' --
cent's in Jacksonville.
as follows: Rental of equip- Hospital
Mrs. E. A. also admitted
Gainey was -
$549.22 Sale of seed, SS5.75
ment. ; ; .
sale of cooperator signs. $70. to the hospital in JaCkSOnville I FREE SOFT DRINKS + ye I .t

this week.
Expenses totaling SG6S 04 were ;

accounted for as follows: Repairsto At home and ill this week are I ( i .r'" / '

NEW LOW PRICESWilson equipment, $176.11; Publicspeaking Janice Green and Mrs. Eva lIar- I ....' I,';,!

contest, $33.76: Soil re1LMrs. I
Stewardship signs $11.50; Annual G. A. Gay recently spent a'' I FREE

supper, $52.4S: combining nur-I few days with his mother. Mrs. R. BALLOONS BANANA SPLIT liill

and Toomer I: sery plot $22.50; Hospital Fund. I R. Parrish, in Palatka.Mr ,,

!I $100; Delegate to State Convention and Mrs. G. A. Gay and Aus-I

F-E-R-T-I-L-I-Z-E-H !,I!i signs/ ;$24 Fertilizer: Dues,, $110$67.70.: Cooperator Mrs.tin John spent Gerald Sunday Gay in with Jacksonville.Mr. and | FREE DONUTS 112 PRICE flil! i iIii

I The auditor urged that a receipt Green, Winston Kelly, } ;

For book be kept so that a Dickie Davis, Wayne Thomas, and j Iii '

| record Wilbur Barry spent Saturday I !
of all income will be more -

easily kept. camping out on the Santa Fej I' _p li 1
River here.
I near
S I I I I1f II
FIELD CROPS I -- I Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of''

I TOBACCO : YOU'LL LOVE the new Esterbnxtk Lake Butler were Sunday dinner I SUNDAE

purvsze fountain pens! in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green. Foremost Products : I

CORN juistH shad<*>. Only 2.58 at Brad- Mike and Pat Castlen spent

LAWN AND GARDEN I ford County Telegraph. Auburndale.the weekend with Alan Smith in PRICE E I

I : '
Shrubbery and Other Plants Roswell Kelly: spent the weekend 1,1, I
[ .
I It .
Are All Cold Jacksonville. ''I -. ,.- ... ;
in j ji -- .- .- --' ..-- > ----0_ II' 1
Gro-Tone for special garden plants Remedies Alike? i,i i Newberrywere Mr and Mrs. Perry visiting Osteen Mrs.of'|' II!:' TEMPLE AVE. -- -- -- '- --- -- -- --*- -' i I :

of No!the For most medicine rumple eITc.'Ct1eudely.p, which 666 is combines the wide.activity 4'-- Doshe Sunday Prescott guests Sunday.of Mr. and Mrs. ':, !!!i'i MILK SHAKES AT ROOT BEER FLOAT.i !

AT scribed drugs known, to relieve all Lloyd Barry were Mr. and Mrs. ,, j '

cold mwnes sooner. 666 13 more Jimmy Crosby and son of Starke. i I

potent and gives positive, dr.imatic. Mr ar.d Mrs. Edward Clark and I'I '1f2 '
rapid culdj.rvU'f That's from mwrie-why Wx: of is a,.'unsurpaswd kindsof :M.sc Francis Barry of Gainesville. i. I 112 PRICE

j 1 In effectiveness Tr itSo :Mrs; Johnie Lewis and Mrs. i s I :
PHONE 333: or 43 Put r'lxt.-!" spent the day with RIVE INP'GE

} can other matfti coij rifcfc remedy il..ld 6 6 6 M': < Aher Dyal in Graham last : :..;._ :.. -_ .:.-:- '.. = oiIT I J Jj

666 Cold '
, -_ -i or Tablets. .Io'e.'k j
=-;;- =- - .
Jack Lucas of Tampa was -v.ait-i| j


e j

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u < ur consecutive Florida: In Cbanrrry- F: T.'Und
Circuit '
I'tvMdtn'J.. R. and the interest shown at this meet- Court Bradford County weeks in the Bradford County .I
Kelly !
oph P. *
: : 'a
Florida: In 4 hanrery. I'Telegraph vsii. t'.ec! the oric'-.a! : ; In the offloa of
Ynd F:"'.'I! \\igsirL5 have expressed'i ing. Come out and be with us. Jame<= :S; Jnhner: I'la.ntiff.s! : Dated, th:s 7 day of Fi.-tiarv. <;:ark ..f tbe C.rou.t Ooart onr
Barbara: Jo-u. Jn.knc-r. Defendant 1958. Case K;J. l -iS3::; a before the
n"I'' iijii'ival of the and It has been suggested by someof .Notice To
= Ayff
program n
Case Xo. 1t)-1S1 OFFICIAL F.AI.'harles A. :I. .las I tf M..r !ti l, la' .
!uit; fjimd attendance. Remember our Clay Hill folks that we Not Ire To Appear Clerk of the C.rcuit Darby Court -. T..d: Gladys:: H. T'.-n."*. tihe )''therwi.se. tluailtjr.it! 10.,:> t.r said!
T.: Barbara Jean Jinknpr. ;> -'nce and aj.lre.-s is: ivj lurrell r omnlamt! will le taken! as confessd -
whose Mariaii
L. ,
Crosby Deputy Clerk .
'Il. :21th'.lint change the name of this column -= nairs\io: :: Penn ,
Mihnee and
addrt<-s i": j2.o: Leona 2/10 2 You by you
4t 2. "
It.halu: ,- from Long Branch to Clay Hill Street, Uaklar.d, California.. suit forn""re are hereby notified, that a This notice shall b.. published
H.uei IIll noticed how the grass as most of the news concerns You are hrr-Ly flounce that aiu't :\OTim' 0 .IPPKRn o nee each week for four consciulivt
for m.nsc the sides of our highways Clay Hill folks. When we first iMMTce.' custody, support and ctntrol Florida In C.ban........ das above been named flied against you in the
Court and '
r -inning green ? Then have you started! writing this column, Lura of minor children John V. Keenan J. Keenan, Defendant, Plaintiff!, Yi' Mary you are required to serve cause a copy and of Dated this S day of Feb 1' 6.OFFICIAL .

nii'Keil! +l the tin cans and, in some (Burgess I Mohr was writing Clay above has 'been named filed Court against and you cause in and the \ Case No. 10-1356 i your complaint answer on or pleading the PlaliUK'At to the, I Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. C.uarbj,urtU

( ,i.si",. boxes of trash thrown outto 11111 Echoes for the Telegraphand you are required to serve a copy of oli."P""I'To-: Mary V. Keenan who= :* ,. : Or-f. ,v ;; ,'en, Starl>e, f: Ma-Ian; L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
your answer or pleading to the corn- e ('sct..nee t041-
-B-v Ceo. T. Muggins mess up that pretty green covet the editor suggested we head plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyKltch..n and address it: 94 liampt.nJtre :
.t, Hartford
Seenis. if those who do this Branch & Sruwartr. 711 I Professional Connecticut
County Agent I as :: this column Long so You IThat's
are hereby notified mat a ,
I 1 I liuilduig, Jacksonville, Fla
t' Agricultural Extension! ServiceSpeiial I could at least throw a little harder there would not be two Clay Hill and file the original in tae office of. suit for divorce custody introl, '
II I and support of minor children has Our Business
the Clerk of the Circuit Court orl
and get it into the woods -- columns in the same paper. Now on I been filed
before the 12 day of March, 1956
Nitrogen Demonstration current legislation as it affects then, maybe get" caught for dump : since<< Lura does not write for the otherwise the allegations of said; 'Court against and you cause in the and above are named U 'J" If It's Glass We Hare It !
you reQuired -
Use of anhydrous ammonia ,I i the overall tobacco program, and ing trash on private owned lands. i|i paper any mOle it does seem aii Complaint by you. will be taken aa confessed | to serve a copy of your answer CALL WRITE or VISIT
has been the object of much discussion the proposed reduction in price It would be much nicer if we j if we should change the name to This notice hall be published I I the or Plaintiff's pleading Attorney to the complaint'on /

dunng the past couple of I i support on pale, slick, and starchy could help keep our roads clean i the place where the news is from. live once week each In week the for Bradford four con County cu- '': Gerald U. Hart. ,01 Smith': ruildiiv Joe Peters Glass CO.
Jacksonville 2, Florida
and attractive. Many organiza-j i So if it is suitable with the editors ;
tobaccos. I Telegraph. i
This liquid
years compressed i ai a file the original in the office of
holds 83 cent nitrogen that tions are encouraging a program|I we will write this as Clay Dated this 7 day of February, 19 6.1!the Clerk( of the Circuit Court on or
per Every tobacco grower in thisarea to help keep the highways clean. i: Hill heieafter. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby ib, fore the FOR ANY GLASS NEED
available to plants. It is applied -I is urged to attend this meet- '. Clerk of the Circuit Court I'i 1: day of March 1956;
You can conduct your own program We wish t0 thank Gertie Fair- Ry "Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I[otherwise the allegations of Raid We Design Modern Store Fronts
under gas.'e
pressure as ing, to listen to the discussion, !!!/IO 4t 3'2 Complaint will be taken as confessed -
have read how helping for
you and Just Pattern
always think of the mOst economical and to ask questions. Why don't now i I i cloth Irene Padgett for l by you. Mail Us A
with the about practil'ing"Don't be a :i: us with the news this week. I I This notice shall be published Table Tops
material as one I arrange with some of your 'i once each week for four consecutive
highests percentage of plant food ) neighbors to make up a car load'': litterbug. ,, This column is for all, so why NOT1CR TO Afi'KtR I IC'lrruit I II weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 1313 N..W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
: not all send me the news and a (Court Bradford l'UIiDly. I graph.
per unit. I and go to Alachua on the 24th? Florida la Chancery. i Dated this 8 day of Feb. 193 >.
I 1 try to help me? 1 am unable to Jenkins Jr., Plaintiff, OFFICIAL SEAL Charles
About two weeks ago Zedraj! 11111/111111111111111111 Oeorge U. ( ) A. Darby I
Watch Out For JSlue Mold go around and get the items, Mary A. Jenkins Defendant.Case 5'1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. I
Hamilton applied anhydrous amo- No. 10.13521''By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk
) All our growers are acquaintedwith 'but anyone can send a note tell- i I
I>otlre To Appear j
2/10 H
oats. He excellent I '
nia reports
to this fungus disease that : LONG BRANCH ing me who has been visiting or I' To Mary A. Jenkins. whose resi'dence 3'I(I IorI'F.
in since that and address Mechanics-
growth is.:
response takes a toll each year in young]I what has been happening to them ville, Maryland. > TO APPEARfa I I,
time.This I tobacco plants. Practical treat bj )Ire. i, L. Strickland I i;ior their neighbors. Let's try iti i I' You are hereby notified that a j Circuit Court Bradford Caarir .--.........
Friday, the 17th, at 2 suit for divorce i I ; .. ...
ment is in prevention rather than i and see if we can't have better has been filed against you In the i iabove j-- '' '"
m. there will be a demonstration ( named Court and cause and I j HARROWING ,
p. cure. These warm, damp morn- t&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& | news from this part of the coun- TRACTOR I,
are required to serve a copy of :
of applying this material to ings present ideal conditions for I ity. your answer or pleading to the complaint i! Double or Single Disc;; J w
a field of old Pensacola bahla blue mold. From the I able to, on the Plaintiffs Attorney; "
of been
spread I Well have not II
am sorry to have missed I
!, Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida Plowing and other Tractor J 1i$ ,.\ J'.y'
methods .
grass. Complete application plants, it can spread on into the writing the news for the last two 1! go out hunting for some time, but Title Building, Jacksonville 2. ... "" .. ,
Work the Hour / : >> "
I by 7$4
and costs will be seen and from, Florida III
field.Most weeksThe reason is that one I when we were coming !and Me the original In the office of 1 t'r t \
discussed.You all of our farm supply week I suffered a light heart attack church Sunday night just beforewe Clerk of the Circuit Court on'' OVID LEWIS I
are invited to attend this dealers have and home I saw two red eyes! for before the ; an inSpiring! Wlf ..f !lrI
or ma-
dust spray the doctor ordered me got | 12 day of March, 15I; 880 W. :Madison St. ,
program. From Brooker drive terials. Under various trade to bed for a few days. The second I' coming to the road got up to I'otherwise' the allegations of said I ... .:,'.
(Complaint taken confess- ., :'
will be as Phone 356-W i'o, ,'
towards Worthington Springs to I names, these will be either fer- week I was suffering with a the eyes and there was a pos- led by you. I, .. "'"lot-., ,-u-. o $" ,

the first paved road leading off'' bam or zineb as the fungicide to severed sick headache on the dayI sum! And my ole shotgun at the l: This notice shall be published i ,. ,3-...... ,,. p, ., '

to the left. Take this side road I prevent blue mold. usually write the news. So sor- house! Could anything worse than ,";,,.......,.".,r.',.,.rf' .:,-.,
and a little mile will GEORGEWASHINGTPNy;-, .. "t :...
over one you that happen to anyone? I hope I
You will remember that plant ry to fail, but hope to do betterin I
see the field and equipment on beds should be dusted or spra'edabout the future. not! Looks like I will have to F 1 \

the left side of the road. twice a week until trans Regret to learn that Winton start taking up my gun to church ((

If you have grass pasture now, planting is completed. Any appli- Parrish is in St. Vincent's Hos: 1 with me to hunt possums as I go; HUNDREDS

or usually have green grazing cation that is washed off by rain pital.! It seems the wreck he was i home. I will study about this and ......

crops in summer or winter, you should be made over as quicklyas in some time ago is the cause let you know the decision \' w
should see this operation. Join us of details are managed and economically -
is practical. I of his trouble, which has been
Friday Feb. 17.All I hard to locate. attended that only a trained and The. difficulties and dangers that beset him

Tobacco (growers Farm Bureau And Cattlemen will be i I We learned Sunday that Lizzie I Mr. And Mrs. Hall careful organization can attend when I t in the days of the Revolution would have
The next meeting a
the Freddie \Vatterson, secretary of j good; one. It will be a regular! DuPre is very ill at the home of I! Buy Leo Savage PlacE the urgent need for serving is at quickly beaten a lesser man-yet he fought

CountyFarm Bureau, reminded supper meeting in the Garden I j her niece Ruby Durrance, in I i hand. \ on dauntlessly, to final victory.
me to remind you of an Maxville. Lizzie is the aunt of I Hall I* His; life will always be an inspiration
Restaurant at 7:30 p. m. on Friday I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. recently I

important meeting. Feb. 24. We are wondering II!1 Mrs. Richard Lang of Clay Hill I purchased the former Lei C/ DeWITT C. JONES : to the country he so nobly helped
Friday, Feb. 24, at 10
a. m. how cattle to Yougan Padgett's family i is : to establish free nation.
many are going I! as a
in the Woman's Club I Savage place at Hampton June- Phone 7 Starke Fla.nI .
building at I market, how many hogs, how just recovering from chicken pox. ,
Alachua: there will be one of five much corn, etc.. as compared to It seems that none of them had tion on U. S- 301. The Halls I

district meetings to be held in the I last year. As best that can be had it before so some of the boys who have lived near Hamptoi I Funeral Director Ambulance Service

Georgia-Florida! tobacco belt. figured from stastical data, whatis who are married had to try this, Junction for several years, wil!"I I I I
Growers will too, but I learned it isn't funny. Our low funeral home tntblea u to offer COl1nn1eaee. a<ervlcM
get first-hand re- the picture for this year? Such operate the place and will add !
port on the stabilization Hardy Padgett has been out of a'H. not othorwUt Available.W .
situation. 1 i iI be our program at the Feb line of shrubbery and nurser; I STARRED!
:: I church and Sunday School due to FLORIDA BANK <

illness. but was able to,. be with.. __ stock to the other items that havi e '
-- n
us again su d y.--- i I been offered in the past, such a:s I ; tumuli the highest typo service at l lowest prices, md I

NO DOWN PAYMENT !! Mrs. Ed Simpson of Starke called I j fruit, Florida novelties, etc. accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, lsued by ANTi Member Florida National Group ,

I on the Stricklands recently. | Savage has opened a new plac< I I' company, u payment In pan or In full oa a fiuerel.Consultation I

i Mrs. Polly Griffis and Sonny :i I on 301 just below Waldo. I carried no oblJpUon.I I

Boy of Maxville visited Mrs. Ernie I i iI I r .

Padgett last Monday. <1

-- 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS Mr. and Mrs. George L. (Toby) .

$300 -- $10.19 I Griffis of Jacksonville enjoyed a j t Cash in today -
y': ; _:
fried chicken with his ,
supper \, "i'a"
I '. ., ?
$600 -- ::16 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -- $20,17 i I Friday mother,night.Mrs. Ernie Padgett last I I .,4D

Richard Lang of Clay Hill is
LOANS UP TO $2500.00 I visiting his sons and other rela- I

tives in Tampa. D

I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strickland !

spent Monday night in Jacksonville o

Why Put OH \ with their daughter, Minnie I
Gurr and sons. Mr. Strickland
9 then reported to the Duval Mt'dii
Needed Repairs Paint Your House i
cal Center for treatment of his

Add a Room Screen Porches cancers.Mrs Mr. Cora and Mrs Johns Sweet of Middleburg'spent Dees and \,i' makes it easier than ever to switch to THE BIG M .

BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING part of last Sunday with ]

FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgett of I
Clay Hill. Ij I
!j Mr and Mrs. Cuddy Wilkinson1 I II

LABOR AND I and grandson Wayne Johns, visited .,

MATERIALS !| }[r. and! Mrs. Otto Hicks in''i ).". r

1 Hampton[ recently.

I Gertie Faircloth and Irene I'ad-: Y

Applications Our Office No Obligation j get called on the Hob Carters in''

MldJleburg! last Sunday aft"rI -

| noon.

A stork shower
I was given ati

i I the home of Mrs. Ernie PadgettI .,
: .
;1RKE --- rtfts I: laM: Friday afternoon for Mrs ,

4J SERVIC E I|: Charles Lang Several games
were played, and prizes were won SaS

.BUILDERS. SUPPLIED bv JanuHiggiabotham, Minnie <. w IIw..i.- 'trw"_ J'r x
Mooie. and Thelma Carter. Those Tys

; 4? 0tSM. ;, present were Ilia :\[Manning[ t- __ .. -

i l V.-lma Austin Louise Johns. Mm-

I nit- Moore Baby Padgett, Mildred

'l'arteriettle Carter, Lela Mae

r.lrter, Geraldine Taylor, Gertie Ii'I"
,! = .. ,. ."" ." _. T '.:' ::: : > .::. .: 1 Fain-loth. Grace Lang, Thelma '

Carter Mattie Carter, LoIS Tanner r a ?

PIECE : Lorene Fletcher Pat Padgett, a ;

1 ) I I Nellie Wilkinson, Lois Walters, / ;%

LIVING j i I I ham Vmme, and Carter Bernice Janie Mosley.Higginbot- t .t ', .e /1 ;a""', nt

I Grace Lang's nephew, F. C. C

R00GROUP I Carter and wife of Tampa announce L ,
I the arrival of a son.

John Wilkinson preached at the BIG NEW REASONS FOR BUYING THE BIG M A new hi:!!i.ti'ruu. 'In.\-' Hi "' Siif'"' : r .f It) -,in with+( tli in ,' u t1"'t( : ii'-.'rb+nt -itft\ -IIITIIC \\(u-tl and

I i Clay Hill Baptist Church on Feb.I II "( Hit \ ii ,-\1111' !:! new FI.l"ol' ,uior -|VIIIL| n,'\* liiMin. mli-n.ir- inmrxwhiTf a iipdiini'! : [' .jlll.IIIII..II'I( ( III..1 I 1">.Iti'tl'I.i! \\1.,1| < lini'i"I" optional/

I 4 I rttlnrv I ; a I f.iL',;: lit''' I Unit fit.irsa.--t'! ( Hi l tur rairitartni" -im 1'?iv.'-i I l ilnr'-! in> linlinj\ linn,, -.iiInel'|>'+-h6utt''uIIn'attun., "
We were glad to ha\e Dawson
1-:Sofa Bed a Padgett in Sunday School withus
Only last Sunday. Several others

1 Matching Chair I I I were for awhile.present who had been out The big move is on We're out to push our sales to a new

Platform Rocker 95 I Some of our Clay Hill folks at-I only $2,222

2-End Tables I I i tended the Association Sing at j record high. If you own a competitive make of car, we'remaking

I Black Pond last Sunday. Not sot I
1-Coffee Table !i many churches presented special buys the big Mercury Medalist

I music at this gathering. Folks, :' a special effort to get you to join the thousands who 2-door. 6-passenger sedan

2-Table Lamps I j we should all do better than this ".." 0''''' ''' ow
.. , ,
-' -- 'co -" P'o
I 1
Any of us could prepare at least : : '. : :
two songs, which is all that isl+I! are switching to Mercury. Come in today. Hear our offer. See : ; :. :-c. : : : .- : ..: '.

i squired Let's do better ned I II t "- .---.

4 tr '. ;1 I I tim' when the sing will be held !' if we don't give you a bigger trade-in allowance on your Jt: .

\ .it Hit kory Grove. j ', -= : .
Rev Curtis Harris delivered

our! :me.-.sae at Clay Hill Church'! present car than even the dealer who sold it to you. '
., : tl'JA
: Saturday night and every- ;
/ I
TV .'nJt oved t h especial music. '

:Surdanght; : Rev Norman ofi I II

I <"*.'.,( <;rme delivered the message '

I I't' ,!o flat know yet who will-be

I:I the buRev.1,,>.lkt'r' Moore this Saturday from Hickory night..t'j The, big buy is THE BIG MERCURY

rtri\o nil be with us on Feb j
:2"> We u Iii look for the house to Don't mixs;; the big television hit "THE ED Sll.LISIIOW." Sunday evening S:00: to 9:00: Station W IBH.Tr. hannell 4

I no tull

Wihave changed the time to ',

Similar To meet for Training Union to 6:30: McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSCourt

Above Group l :stead of 6. Had more present

::.ist Sunday than have been
''::.:''- ;, ._ :_ ._ 1U ..0.- ,-. .- '--- /, having!:: f )' .-.. w Mme and we A' & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke, Fla.


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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ho.. Demonstration -" -" -
'. ,
I .1 .n : 'i', J ':. .1 i'l .1..1.i. _

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i ; :-i .i-:.i i t. 'i 1'1 i .r, KIK:. Tf..' i- ,t.. .. i... io.r, i. :-' .' '.' i" ::- \\ I ,." ., -

Iv (),ort -I. Shell ., .-;"." t. ..till< ..tl'n t.t\dlt; .1\ :. ,00c- i .. :... r..1 "> i::1 11 ,n.' 11- S .; : '\ .' : ,,: 2': :-:: ,. II.,;, 1. :- .' -' .. ,', ,I -, I From where I sit.. by Joe Marsh
;M.: >. K. (Ui\eiib hail Icv-un : .' .' .1 I .
a on 1
(it.1'! : t tmahl! >\ Lit:y Join merit i''nniing pn'pif. w.jl:!! ,
i n Etl.ii II
TTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTMiMali YYTYYTYYTYYTTTtr*fYTYYTYY nuking bedroom shoes out of Thomas. Music and'entert inment guest speaker. The general ('4i.i. < : -wJ -

3IU'.I4' ( linn :SHIM;; '/ \ I-''I''Im"tt an.i F S burlap bags. The demonstration will be furnished bv the students: lie is cordially invited to j jstarke .N '.ch..lr.1 Ki.'h; i K 1 I L She
\\as given by a local patron, W. and teachers of both Departments Citl/fn l'.i-.-e! \' -cterK I'. M I Knew It
t'i \\iin.-ila\| !F't'.t'I.. M.30/ I'lri!"it- \\t''.<. in t h.11 gt' ">:' thtgutip I( K.ilui V. i. :
: C. Lee. Several classes in the Tor r.cNNlnf'Hie) ( hurt h I Sister Emma Hughes old ..lIard. Jr. :i- I i I'- 4 All The Time
i' Lee Audi'DImm of Ed.iUii J school assembled in Room 6 and Attend the church of youi zen. mother and friend of drfendant. ':. <- i'' ,
\\'. fullest', Jal kson- 1'ulio I' intl I'in.ili witnessed the making of a very choice every Sunday. According in Starke. died recently in "' inan c.ltl"FI tr i:: .' .

".<. musicians from all over The following report was re- I J pretty shoe. The children in spe- I to an announcement from Mother sonville\ at the home of a :a'*.:: and :N'P- (Chance are. lone aco your or po.nir: without your mufllor.IK .

0..' :M!.itt-I gathered for a clinic. i leased by Chairman Sara E. I cial education will use this as aproject Sara Jenkins of New Bethel Bap- "'1'. According to her son of Section 21. T\u T: grandma \knew how to \keep >uu (./ ./""'. /nA.- a /fcuM !

Moore j : for their demonstration I tist Church. Rev A Vinson pastor i Williams funeial .. and. from catching cold. Mine did. 1'rom t.here Ii\, there'liable!
!J'.d. j for open house. The lasses are this is "Prayer Week:' All will be tentatively set for corner of Sei1 1 1'. Tw't> 'Stay; out of draft." she'd warn. to be sound reasoning behind the
". i' I.to.1 i th. meeting and presented : poitg from the Negro District. | taught by I. C. Jelson and JGiv.- small children are asked to as- day Feb. 19. pending arrival ; :: 1FOP.: A Pui\T (ii-' "ISundle up. Don't cetet.." old customs people bf'li.in..

lit guests: and consultants. 1 She states that the following ; ens. Others participating in this semble the church at : (;. anti tho flrun "
at Friday all relatives and
feet thence run North Then. maybe, when you ;grew: .:arly to bed. earl!> to rise. for
,\ L Pike, band director of were received Peanuts activity were Frances Jenkins, 4 m. to participate in Funeral Directors. The \ :! thrnoe run E.i-t 240
I amounts : I p. prayer family run South :210! feet to up you found that the "'ld !lady's; instance or the practice of
};<.' ininif-Cooknian College was : S10.; Crutches, $13; Schools L. Williams, M. L. Paul, and services/ Adults and older stud- | the deepest sympathy of of bf'ltlnlliniluatt. theories were considered old drinking! hot milk! or a gla:: *. of

.,ni' "I! the guest consultants pre- : Cards Lawtey Training, $4670; j Supervisor Shell I Principal ems are asked to come at 5 p. m. many friends she was a ; } of Hampton. fashioned. Germs were the thing beer at bedtime. I'm not savintrvou

-" !1II..d) lnring.. the opening ses- I Thurston Elementary, $17.04; |I Thompkms (omplimented the for prayer meeting. All people in' member of New Bethel! --ouslit i- the partii. -and the way to avoid a cold was ought to hod! with I hee beliefs -

","11> and tested the voices for the \Vateroak $1790; Hampton Train- : teacher for inviting this resource the community! regardless of Church I prol.rland; you' are to avoid infection somebody yourself hut vou'd better
in aid i
j ourt ;,
unit-it, performance on Saturday. j ing. $5.60; RJE SS5S5; Coin col- i visitor and suggested that more church identity. are asked to at- t.. >..-rJL copy' of'' who already had one. get; the facts before inns them

Ft.I') 11 at 8 p. m. Two groups I lettois, $14.32: ; Mothers MaiclrI : of this type activity be used. tend the prayer services on Friday YOI'LL I.OK the new' };-" or the pleailm plaintiff'- to attor-the Now I read where scientists thethill"

"'. oigamzed for basic music I .Xniigo Singers to .\IIK'arI [ Feb. 17. hroiik fountain <'ns ".
I Reno, $7.01 Lincoln City $9.10; i piirse-si/i' |> KniRht whi--e ad- i aren't so sure. Germs carry a
I On Sunday, Feb 26. at 4 m. Florida and to file
-'uilMr( Pike emphasized tin i Water Oak. $10.45; Lawtey $10- p. sports pastel shadt-s. Only $.5X at in the! office of tbe coW of course, but they now believe 9y fJ!( /1
,mpnitame 1 of breathing while I', 10; Hampton, $3.17. Grand total in the cafetorium of RJE the Your editor would like to repeat ford County T..If graph.In \ uit Court all on or I something else "seU. it off" .tt.l'\,

Musing; attacks and releases and $::70 21. The entire chapter wishI J Amigo singers. stars of radio and that anything can happen on allegation day of March..,faid 156.! something !like draft wet feet
"th. la t I captains. and it did. The Tigers
I General admission $1 in advance ouiiK, Hurid.-i:
'uith.T! emphasized round tones and is I had (. I" ".llI/lnl.t 'iittn Brrutfi /'oun.iIl..l/J{
I coordinators for the I a field day and won the In ( hancerr 3'e shall he published <
'lIt' beauty in singing Persons for adults, 33c for junior !I ('.I> X" !" -!' \IETmr.
fine I eport This is of basketball '
very one game from Hastingsby : IIO1.M1.:: .ek for four l'onsf'CU-
and ,;senior high students and 25 I
Stake and Eradfnid -I
r'-piesenting the best in the history of the I a score of 51 to :?9. The first Plaintiff the iadfoid County -I

lountv were: Rosebud Kit- fun,| raising campaign We went I cents for elementary students victory in a long tune Coach LEI.: KOV\e KALflT JR. et at!, ..duly ;inilifi.i',.1 nens-. '
6. Tickets now on in -aid untx
grades 1 to are Now Is The Time To Plant
'les Joan Britt. Mary Alice Ro- ,
wei tht top Thanks to all of vou Shell was not to happy because I 1rpnlan issued this 2Sth
her>. Ida Lei Hawkins Lest"rK sale The program is being sponsored oiiuit: ftp Piniic-tTiov ,\' ,". :
againV< wish u it wa.-- possible to I he felt the team's performance on i!1 \0 I'iI: 'I 0 .iri'Kiu: v 1' ': *
Bradford County
Randolph Jimmy Moore fluu' all!' the by the TilE !'T.TI(110' r\T i Azaleas
prim names of the individual Monday was typical of what KI.I'III: _
( ::> \ \Ir.y' :
C. Anderson I ..
( Teachers Association C. ll.-lcn I-nn-tI and Kiieenr A. .
Rileand Roosevelt Kelly ontnbutions but the list? should have been happening all iif-lt I nf Smith IVml. I Indiana i i II.I '1'1 i i I..' <', ., ..f Citrus Trees
interested -
president. The group is I residence is otherwise : ,1 i i'" \- FI"t cii
season. He is still not
giving up .
l' : t
in making a contribution .Inanity Ilankinand :Mi'liaf-1 .. *
-i.-'i':' -' _. _-.-. hope of success in the tournament kITof l..an. inJl'Ikhil'an.. ii.ri'sidence .. I Fruit Trees
Hospital ,
to the new Bradford County
is otherwise unkn""
Th Tigerettes held their .
Come to the performance I.,-all Kalthh: }'. ftr<- anti I! CameliasPeat
7J : winning streak by walloping the MtKtt-tfr" v\ hff-1 r*idn<'e iv ('
e .iYSrfcSIMMONS; is. and help them make a big donation Hastings giils 25-17 On Wt ton Virginia: rieon I CONTROL
to the hospital. Prof. C. C. and if married his unknown WI
Mable Jenkins day the teams played m dnes-j w'hc roidiii" !i'. lr>1 :\. Stat. :' Humas Sphagnum Moss
Anderson. president Newtown Pcnnsviyania Karl
school ; \
yule\ Lincoln high
firo-Tone Bloom
ZeiRler whose re'-Klenoe i ic rvpr" Magic ITy-Gro
I reporter.
expect to play Lake City on Friday "reek. S''vcrna Park. \' : TYPES OF Plant Foods
1 I \dult fMiioatii.il: Joseph r ZeiRl' "ho". r.- .-
of this w eek
i k Cypress Creek. S-''rna '. SPRAYING
i The second session on Income be held in St. Augustine Flo- :Maryland, and if married his
Feb. It.I known; viKarl II ?
Tax was held Tuesday. : XeiRli .J Pest Control
rida on March 1. 2. 3. We hopeto ,who e residence i is Severn I ALL KINDS) GARDEN AND FIELD SEED
I K. .
On Thursday Judge E. Perry- take one of the first places :Marx land and wh."-. mailing I
is expected to be consultant dress i. P 0 B..r '03. !:",'" Co. !
man Butler -
I there at least. Coath Inez Park. Marx land and if marrud
for!' the group. Persons who have ) is still optimistic about the I Ignls unknown wife; and all .. Franklin G-G035 I

had trouble filing income taxes The coaches and players persons h..r..inafl'r elaimine d"'rilo..d any interest"r..rl in \V. 16th A\e. Ii Sistrunk Feed & Seed StoreCall

an- asked to come out and get are grateful to "Moot." former j the heirs grantees creditor \' Fla.
otliei- Idunants ...
I this information free of charge. Tiger for the inspiration and helphe i: or against i the by.following through U for estimate I II I St Phone 39 Starke. Fla.

I II you make as little as $;'00 a has'en this team as a spectator persons who are dead, to-wit. \ ,
liam Kalthitutrr al-" knew
_Thpt. wA I year you must file a tax return and referee. Principal

Classes in Home making education Thnivmlrina. ..'....'......-.: rHfihim' -.- --- as the type. I t .
are starting garments for of graduate of which a school I|

Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? the Easter Parade. "Mothers can be proud. Many thanks. Moot |
\ come out and join the fun make ('hitrdi News .

a dress for everyone for the .' Greater Antioch Baptist Church i The Most Appreciated GiftIs
I "
The one in the middle certainly. Despitethe price of ont' Rev. A. Jenkins pastor, will hold !
The class in Typing has been The pasI'I
II regular service Sunday. The USEFUL Gift
consolidated and meets on Wednesday -
tor is expected to be present but I
giddy skyhigh perch of living costs
we I and every other Monday may not be able to leave the bedside .
I night. New students are always: sick brother in

still have enough low-priced quality itemson I welcome to enroll. Adult classes Asbury of Park.a'I'ry N. J. Sunday School |

I never close B. L. Home, teacher will be conducted '\
and other services

hand to make your budget somethingmore The still class meeting in Music each Wednesday Educationis church by the officials of the Gifts for the whole year 'roundBy

night at Ebenezer Baptist Church
than wishful thinking. Drop in soon Allen Chapel A. I.R Chur<-h.
Lincoln City. E E. Minott has
Rev R J. Washington pastor :i
returned from the music
and we'll help anemic bud I just
you nurse your clinic in Jacksonville and is full held the second quarterly ion-
of new ideas for the good of ference With presiding Elder A. ,

get back to health.KOCH'S. music in the community. Per- W Bowles in chaige. A round Demand

sons who have not enrolled in report was made by all' depait- Popular

this class by paying $2: are asked merits of the church Allen Chapel' Wonderful Wonderful

to do so in order that the class was pointed up by Elder Bowles : Our Stock of

may continue. Choir persons allover as the second church in the district -

DRUG] STORE] the county are asked to and that great work was expected -i

meet at Ebenezer The tig goal from each member Ozora
ANY DOCTORS PRESCRIPTION FILLED foi this group is a combined Shell was appointed as Supervisor -

i hoir pageant. The production will of the Young' People Department teJtooh
bi created and directed by E. E.linott. .. of the Hish Spings!

FHONE53 WEDEUVEK STAUQE. FUL music specialist for Brad.. District by the presiding/ elder. I

ford county On Sunday: at :3 p. m the choir ,

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J VVYYYYYYYYVYVYYYYYYVVYYVLA1YTEY '| gmbotham. and Mr. .tr.ii Mt.- V"Y.7''Y.
''Drew Starling anj diughtei <,: :> .houl j willed! 512-;:' : !:i I Canr. )::. helen Cahr. >r.:, iV.vI : :V f"???.'Y.YYYYYY.Y.YYYYY1
'. :: 5.ihwere $,">o.' and !:2 I Criffis. Bobby Xnlan.!
\ 1 tirv evafl. Mr. and Mit. Willi.-! H JI\ I I P .'i r: 'he ale (,f blue iiutihesAl'ia.iun i j.Mike; Cannon. Nathan Helen] ('.Xtlrt::
IJI ling and son lIt Whtehuu-c ; !nl1" ::c. BAYLESS HMAY\
tn .t-fi ii.ihi.i.M; i Gerald Grifte, Sarah Mae UriftiM:
Mr Mis Lalan W1iJIJa.anti
Ky :.lirv Juji-e T. Flitl IIMz and HJ .%!ts. I). i:. t ..- -tru't!: wo.- l.irg.-i than : llJ1yIan., Lindi \\',ltt'IJt'I'1

,........................, ,1,,, Mis.i Jackie 1IarlelIt. .I.llk.-lIn- f..imer year.the total; l' l1 I North Ronnie Padgett, MaiKiigoie. '... l I'.V' .\IIII.I lilltil ( l.>-.l>.\

I... ..., .. ,
: .!!"t MI.j.< W. Robert: yule.Mr. yo.ii.va. & Shirley Higfnnboiiun;. ,......
| and Mrs. Walter Wilker- ; ...............
:..fi 1 a.- weekend guests theiri.ir.dson.i. ,, i r >liiw(T lloiu.rN Bride ih highe Miss Betty i Carolyn Chilson, Freddie Griffi.-.

g:I Ricky Roberts of:I son escaped serious injury when ML-h L>oh: ;. \\ of the drive for the Gloria Cannon and the seventl I Mr, and Mrs. '-11.1' : ;io No'-i, .
Melhodist Church Dr. Allen W. MooreTo
I their truck was hit as they turned f Gainesville ,
Gainesville; anj David Sik-ox ofStajke. >tone Heights was gUt'st I expressed her glade I | teacher Mr. Richards 1" were re -n- .: nv ,

Conduct Series off 301 to go to their home last j U a miscellaneous: j all those who helped in ( | Other grown ups of Mr. :and Mis. Los X.\\...::<
I'.nber-. D S Mr. and Mis. Tut'sday.Irs.. Wilkerson was .Hampton Town Hall projects during i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. A C Ei--! u.' "
Hob WellhausenjOlie .
St'-\en as.-.1 jattmini: ,- '-- Thames and ![
1 J lighters moved this week to [ carried to a Staike hospital but I j evening. Feb. 9. MisS .i i making this year's drive I'' Mae Cannon I'enny Gnffis. business visitors in \1:.I1! ;' : .,

J Gainesville where Mr. Thames | later released. j II I I I came" the bride of i i (' ,I Addie Griffis and Rosalie Nolan week.
Nt Sun-
t.LIfe Meetings 11 begin Dr. Al- i i will be connected with an Insurance The Methodist WSCS program j i of Hampton Saturday \'lSitingm Hampton with I i Miss Muriel Higginbothaai W l.!.. Jlrs. Davis and s.-r.: :' :':

amoming at & m. both I|I Company. meeting was held at the home of ] Keystone Heights ):I F. Brown this week was ';shopping In Starke SaturdajI Augustine visite l Rev ,1:1d Miiav : .-
fti Moore preach I
I 1! iiirthdaynniervirics Mrs. George Roberts Tuesday Mrs. H. L. Ownbey | Miss Kathryn Weest I morning. I Malcolm Galbraith one ;la.-.
mi unmg! and evening. I I
Friends of J. H. (Uncle JimtMooie afternoon.Mr. game prize during the N. J. Miss Weest I j Muriel lliggmbotnam. Torn l! week

i uganizational meeting of theM : helped him celebrate his \ and Mrs. Gary Thompsonof and Mrs. Marshall; !i the wedding of her i Higginbotham and Elsie Ma d :Mr.: and Mrs. H. B Kci.; .i.

< IOI and Intermediate MYF I I SSth biithday on Feb. 11th by Ocala spent the weekend with I' door prize. Gifts were I I! Frank, at Keystone:: Hei I Cannon spent Thursday In Jack-. I daughters visited Mi. a.vt 3,: ,

groups, led by Dr. Moore Mooie at will 1 I sending him cards. Flowers were the R. C. Bryant family.Mr. on a table featuring a Also visiting to j sonville shopping. I Claude Woods and (tJUgh:., ,'.

I'. m Sunday."Irs. I I sent to him by the Methodist and Mis. H. T. Markham i ding precession Of a I > wedding with Mrs ,! Mrs. Lois Waters and son. J. S.. Jacksonville last Sunday.

". au the the Senior organizational Primary and meeting Junior I (Ouirch of which he is a and family of Gainesville werej, her bridesmaids ''' Mr. and Mrs. O. L. I; ot Lawtey were visiting friends; I Mrs. Kenneth FUt1ua' .r;H M; ,
ii I and a cake was presented mt'mber'l Sunday :guests: of Mr. and Mrs. cake sandwiches and Vero Beach anj Mrs. D. i and relatives in Maxville last I C. A. Parkham were vi.-U..: .i,
Mepaitment ('hildl en at the same 1
bv Mrs. George Roberts. Dan starling. served to of Starke. Tuesday afternoon. I Gainesville last Tuesd.iy

!hme, i a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tyndall of Tangerine guests. Mis. J. H. )!Albany of '\' P.T\. :Meeting : Mrs. Annie Alvarez ir:.;.'! ..,'; .

rhurch School Sunday nioiningi' iI Fred Moore.( spent Thursday with his wife's !, Hostesses weie '. S. C. visited for \' j The Daniel Boone PTA held! I an operation last Friday ,1:1.1 .

9'45 a. m. I parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Williams Mrs in Hampton with her their regular business meeting ,
Mr. Mooie. with his famIly Raleigh I getting along fine no'\.
The nursery for younger .hli11 Devine. I{ '. Mrs. J. W. Home and Wednesday. Feb. 8. at the school
to this community from! Mrs. J. \\ Home, Mrs. Mr.
moved I and Mrs. Joe Mizel.t :.
--n will be oPen for the morning ; Mrs. Jimmy Ray of Ja"ksOn-1 I' : :M R. McAlhany I i house. After the business session, entc! :
Pulaski. Tenn. in 190> He was a Mis. Betty May and : lined last Friday ,.
ind evening services. yule visited the Vernie PaJgett I her mother-in-law to !I Mrs. E. M. Feagle program chair- night \\-h:
farmer in Cracker Thomas.
I prosperous 1 'vemer roast. The hosts .
Week day m'etingl.Ionda! : :. family Sunday afternoon. ; last week and visited man. introduced Miss Carolyn Day wet .1sisted --
:: I until his ietiremnt a few I I'ix" 'I U.1J1ti..t (rrt'I'nt"r.. I ;: by Mrs. Ruth Sapp .c:
;rniough Friday. His Rev. G. E. Cutshaw of Gieenville. with relatives music supervisor of the Duval':
years ago. daughters are
I ttitertaim-d Friday | Tampa m serving the 30 .
7.30:. a. m. Morning \Vorsnup I Mrs. Will Edwaids who lives in I I Tenn. filled the pulpit at | Nearly 40 teen-agers ': days. County Schools and Mrs. Ina., >ountptorle.

period, 30 minutes. Drop inn Dr Allen W Moore a native '| Jacksonville, and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo I the First Baptist Church in the !i ent Friday evening at\ i, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Halleen Brown music teacher for the Mrs. J. R. Kelly and .
,< your way to work or befoe ox! Birmingham, Ala. who will who lives in Tampa. His son. absence ofthe pastor. BrotherWilkinson. I : : have ai rived in Maxville! school. Miss Day gavean Starke Rogfiof
town hall when i and Mrs. Floyd Crosb
start day's of conduct the eLife Meetings j Jacksonville 1 He and Mrs. Cutshaw i' to the winter at interesting discussion on the >
ou your program David and Paul, ale in Hampton Baptist spend : were business visitors in J.wk":1o
activities. Things will go better at the First Methodist Church, I Robert in Burlington, X. were dinner guests of Mr. and mediates gathered for here, the former Van areas of music and the children vile last Tuesday.

hese moment Feb. 19-26. is a general t'vangeI -f Mrs. Fred Moore. from each room gave a demonstration j
if spend .
tot you you C.. and Fred in Lawtey.Mr. banquet and patty.A j i place.Mr Church services, BTU. Suniiav
with list of the Methodist Church. He J. Hengar of Lake City spent on the areas of music. The J
in Christian worship asked since Ii
Mooie me. Valentine motif and Mrs. L. G. Johns I School and Prayer Meeting sam
l has twice received the degree of the weekend with the Dan Harley program was very interesting and
your friends. was correspondent for the paper, I out in decorating the !I are the parents of time as usual. Remember YounPeople's .;
and has '
Doctor served -
7:30 p. m. Evening service. New j of Divinity to thank all his fl ends for ie-j! family. 4 was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone I
Methodist hall. R. C. Gray. pastor I : Kim Margaret Meeting each Saturdayat
[ of the largest
Moore some I II Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafusandj; present.
with Dr. .
Life Meetings, I membering him on this occasion.Mrs. i 7:30.
Baptist Church in Feb. 3. at St.
| (churches including the First Joan attended church !i I Mrs. Florence Parrish returned
fill the sanctuary daughter.
preaching. Help Senie Prevail was givena .
was speaker for the '\ <;pital in Jacksonville.Mr.
Methodist of Dallas, Texas with I
; I Church in' home from Jacksonville
evening. dinner Sunday at at Westbrook Baptist a hospital
every on I
7:00: p. m. each e'tning.IYF: j i 4,500 members. the home of her son and Jacksonville on Sunday morning. and Mrs. Tony and Mrs. Bernie Higgins last Tuesday evening and is Improving gret to learn that he was injured
daugh-I I
Starke provided Mich. visited last week
gioups meet with Dr. Moore, and A general welcome is extended ter-in-law, Mr. and :\1rs. Mr. Rafuse was a guest speaker. tainmenl and led the with the John right along now. 1 last Friday when the load binderon

The Senior Primary and Junior |I to all people of this area to attend vail. Those attending the dinner I I} They were dinner guests of Mr. sing. Games were also I Hershel Paikers. On :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waters and ; a truck broke and hit him.

Children meet with Mrs. :Moore. 'j t the New Life Meetings at anj visiting her in the afternoon and Mrs. W. A. Dowling. Ihe guests. Mrs. I j family of Lawtey visited Mr. and I We are sorry to hear that Joe
Mrs. Hershel Parker and
March 2 is Membership Sunday i' Carl I' Miss Arthurine Blanchard of !: Mrs. Buford Higginbotham and Padgelt wrecked his car Beave
I Mrs. Peavy on :
7:30 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. were Mr. and teacher: of the class. Mrs. Higgins visited in j
when those who wish to join the Mrs. Ernest Jacksonville spent the'et.kend family Sunday.Mrs I St. m Jacksonville last Thursdav
j through Friday, and at 11 and family. charge of arrangt j jKlMtric with Mr. and Mrs.
tellowship of the church will t;<-' Dorman. peavY'1 with her father. A. M. Blanchard, i I E. D. Higginbotham and night. He was accompanied b
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. on Sunday and Mrs. Franchise j : >
teeeived by transfer and by confession Feb. 19 and 26. The 11 a. m. O 'oee. Mallie Prevatt of Jackson- j while her sister Miss Enza was: Renewal Reque'dedRenewal i children are spending several daysin : Franklin Padgett and Raymond

of faitK. Children's classes I service each" Sunday will be broadcast ville. Mrs. Selma Eunice, Mrs. j in a Starke hospital with an in-!i of the Himpton. Baptist WMU Macclenny with Mrs. Higgin- ; Harris, but fortunately none of

01 the Senior Primary and Junior f over Station WDVH. Brad Norton. and daughter, Jim- juied leg. Co. franchise -l Friday evening. Feb. 17.' botham's parents. Mr. and Mrs them was injured.

groups will be formed for further i mie Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo The WMU of the First Baptist ; and Light the ,I : church at 8 p. m. Mrs. H. A. Sweat. We are glad to hear that Mi

instruction and reception into i Pievatt and family, :Mr. and Mrs. Church held its monthly business j plying electricity for ,I will give the Friends of Mrs. W. F. Sparkman and Mrs. L. J. Padgett have then
Tabernacle at Hampton :\ I
church membership later. MYF At The Tiuman Norman and family11',1 meeting; at the church Tuesday ,, brought up Mrs. Florric Belle will regret to learn that she has infant daughter home with them

church membership groups will 'i! Mrs. John Brown and daugh- vening.Mr. j cil at their regular I Miss Betty Durling as been ill at her home here. i now. The young lady was born
The eminent Chinese evangelist j and the h.Ul Tuesday
be organized also among Seniors I Mr. and :'oIl's.litchell: Brown and Mis. Bill Legate; and;' city : Mrs. Lizzie Dupree of JacksonJ 1 Dee. 24 in a Jacksonville hospitaland
Formosa leis
Gih of arrived
Intermediates who have not Dr. Andrew Futch and son of Edwardsville. 111. are vililt- i! 7. Mr. and :Mrs. Ernie ville is ill at the home of Mrs. had to remain there for several
and :Monday afternoon as aguest and family, Mrs. Joyce Decision on the i I !
I Ilion
joined the church previously. I ing' Mrs. Volley Reddish. The Legates II I and granddaughter Ruby Durrance. I weeks.
the Gospel Tabernacle Terry. until next
of old had an apartment with j postponed Lake Butler were Sunday The Maxville Civic Club met at i Friends of Mrs. Ada Godwin
I and each night brings messages Mrs. Prevatt was i. years Mrli.l residents of Hampton
j date. She received many I Reddish during Blanding days.Mrs. j guests in Hampton with the club building last Tuesday will regret to learn that she 14.still
the story of salvationin on this I attend the council : I
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- presenting heard and gifts from relatives C. W. Thomas, Mrs. Dixon| to i' Forsyth family. night February 8. pretty sick at her home here
will be cards
l brook purse-size fountain pens! In a unique way. He Thomas and children. Donald and I ask; questions of and | Billy Horne of Hampton Little Marsha Waters is ill at

pastel shades. Only $ .5S at Bradford each night at 7:30 through this and friends. family and Mrs. Diana were shopping in Jacksonville issue with J. H. ed with a birthday the home of her grandmother. Mrs

Telegraph. week, closing Sunday night. The C. B. Hiatt ager of the Blanding ; at the home of Mr. Waters. Mrs. Pad-
County Edwards visited the Louie| Monday.Mr. I IMr i Dorothy Daisy
=; Leona Wainwrights at their Kings- '! and Mrs. Ellery Stallingand Florida Power & Light I Robert Barksdale in :i gell carried her back to the doctor

= Lee visited the DuPre. present were M,'. and Mrs. in Slarke .
i son of Macclenny Thursday.Mrs.
on Saturday.i I II | !
ley Lake place stated
I Wendell Joe" Starling' family on Sunday. week's meeting Horne. J. W. Horne Jr., Randolph Crosby and Mrs

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I David and Southern College Lake-I :\Ir. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson I present 30-year ,' I, May and daughter Dan Hargrove were business visitors

i turned to after spending:: } of Jacksonville weie" Sunday ting in 1927.! would f'xp '| ( J. H. McAlhany. Billy in Jacksonville last ThursdaMrs. >
land last Tuesday he"
i break with their guests (>f the Roy Griffis family. 1957. The company the Bal k."dales. Ann Mosely and children
FLA.RFX.LEWISD.HAINES. thtsemester : 30-year
seeking another Mrs. Mae Sweeney of Gi visited in Jacksonville Fnda\
I Mr. and Mrs. }I. C. Kelly. Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkin-j
i parents. / ha'inga with the city. visited friends in Mrs. Dan Hargroves. Mi and
the week- son and family are ; .
Waters spent
Pastor :Michael I! his' The next meeting. will j Mrs. Cannon and Mikr. and
I with his grandparents. Mr. I week's vacation. They visited ; Kyle
end Higginbotham. I1m j grandmother Mrs. Wilkinson. in i day night March 6. at Mr. and Mrs. Carlton ;;i Earl Cannon visited Mr. and M>-;

and Court Streets In' The Heart of Town : and Mrs. Buford ana residents' opinions i children visited last Webb Cannon in .lackoll"IUt;
Jefferson Maxville. Mr. and :Mrs. James I II Palatka, on Sunday. ,
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 family went for him Mrs. Louiebelle Wainwright and lions will be welcome Sanford.Mr. ;, Sunday.
I Waters and and had dinner with daughter Betty, were weekend I mine what the\ I and Mrs. Gerald Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Han!! 4110 I. .

on Sunday I j jj guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther I of the town may he on F..r'n| >d the fiftieth wedding t'i Mrs. J. C. Caiter visited with Mrfalls -
sundaysmons:11O0A.M.7:30P.MSunday 'i the Higginbothams. business at ,
i Other I for Mr. :Mrs. Hattie Nolan
Tanner of Jacksonville Hilliarj and Daryl. reception I I mother

School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16: P.M. j II Miss Charlotte spent Sunday night with : The '\'. Fred :Moore family had I I j meeting included a ; I P. L. Morris Sr. in :' Sunday; -

Wednesday 8:00 P.M. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Luellej, as weekend guests, Mrs. Grover clean up the city dump Saturday. Friends of G. D. (Pete) Griffis.

Midweek Service j Highsmith: and son. Harry ofJacksonville. large the dumping Irs. Florrie Maxwell ,' will regret:: to learn that he isn1'

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Tanner.Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ballentine I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin, chail that man people of I j Jacksonville; for a few feeling well and is getting prettvweak

Anita, visited tho.h Thomas and son. Jody. and Bob requested week with her son-in-law these days.
Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. ana daughter I dump please use the i Mr. and Mrs. A. :\ Mr.( Mrs. Schmehis
11 a nt. Regular (!. \vsikerson.. family on SunII 1-----Roval.' of u_ Tamna.- ._ and _. Lyle imidaughler.
w -
oli h; site. Trash has Diane, of Jacksonville
j :Mrs.: E. J. Tyner; and family ; I

I.day.Mr.. and Mrs. Lonnie Testonm.1 i Sanford, spent the weekend wither ;I I I strewn along the he said. : services' for .. visited with Mr. and Mis But ord

son. Donald the John Brown parents Mr. and Mrs. Blaine ing to the dump. ht 1) negro citizen of Higginbotham and fanHJa.s} _
Marvin Faile I the Mitchell BlOwn fami I Teston. We" are :glad: to report i Continuing the I held Monday afternoon weekend.Mr. .
Pastor '
Hear These Sermons By family Ralph Wise family. and that Mrs. Teston is improving I program:: started in } i colored church near here. and Mrs. Joe Elli! had ,,-
ly. have
alI : her recent illness. I i weeds and trash I resident of this their guests !Sunday.: Mism! ,
7 .10 P.31. Call Prevail since
i i
: Mrs. _
'T/ic Story of Samso,, --- Mr and hauled from :" '\' _
the funeral of Ernest The Leonard Prevatt family and \'. !he died at hi-r home Altman anti daughtf'l'It. < Mi
I tended limits.
Thursday.Mr spent Sunday with the Tom Norman : within the city '. Feb 4. after a long illness.MAXYILLE ,111'Irs\ Guy Fripo of Jark.-on
I on
Hitter )Waters"ii Peavy in Oi-oee I j HihDisrusMd -
"Thl' Tree Thai Sweetens I Mrs. James Philip family Macclenny.. 1'laygruuml. Kl.i :| ville and Aunt Fanny Griff--:

A.M. ; and, daughter and of Staike and Tam j Miss Gladys Shepherd returned| ut 1TA ..... .... ..... Friends of Little Eudell 1'II.tI.[
i equipment
Mr. and11';;. Leslie Phillips to her home in Miami on Fri- Playground l man will regret to learn I thatiiu
I pa. | ficulties with the stuck a stick in her leg :MondavMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman I day after spending sometime with!

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHHampton I I; ;iir.d son.Phillips and of Waldo were Sunday :I her brother-in-law and sister. Mr.i .. !,! inated the discussion' Daisy Padgett rushed her iiI .

| of the O. J. Phillips i: and Mrs. Edward Manning. j Hampton Elementary !"tarke doctor, and he IP. ''in'! :

Florida :: family.guests j Mrs. Winton Parrish and son. I i ing Tuesday cafeteria.afternoon. By .Mrs. C. R. Nolan sent her to the Navy hospital I'l'

Mrs. Hcrmie Kelly I RC'esl"'isittod Mr. Parrish in SILukes ,, the school ... ... ... Little Eddie Padgett son wMr. !
I I Mr. and i members voted .
PTA and Mrs. Ernest Padgettttianui "t
A.M.: Mrs Roy j Hospital on Sunday.
10 and
Sunday School visited Mr. of Mrs Thelma
softtalls 4. V I
chase new : has been visiting his grandparents
on Sunday after Mrs Dolly Powers anj family j
I River ,
on in New the regret to learn that she
:Morning Worship 11 A.M.: i: had the misfortune to lose their : ropes for use" by [ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pad
I noon. '' school playground. I i! ill for a couple of weeks. for of
Markilee Pad E'tt j home bfire Lost Friday. the gett a couple weeks.
Mr and Mrs. I Ii Ir. and Mrs. J. C. -
P.M.Evening : Perkins principal. Mis.
Training: Union 6:30 and Mr. and Mrs. ;J. T. :, Donald Brandeis is conducting IJ\1. I Leslie Chilson, Mrs. Leslie I
i and son. of Clay Hill i i a revival in Greenville S. C. difficulties of a I' Lawtey were guests of Mr. ;Sweat and Mrs. Clifton Nolan attended
Service 7:30 P.M.: Padgett anj son. I' or like : Buford Higginbotham ,
: the officer's
: I of swings training school:
I Sunday with the Theodore j I Ii |! this week. He will also b > guest
spent i there are a large | last Sunday afternoon. ,,If( the Duval County Home Demonstration
j' at Bob Jones colleghile
Wed S P.M.MARVIN : I II |speaker
Power" family.
"Hour of i 'rews Ernest Raulerson ]I i there then On the playground. ale glad to learn that Clubs at thlRI'erslde
and Mrs. \\
I Mr. the | several days illness. QVt'qfl.95
Saturday with Mrs. Glenn Williams and babyof er grades using : ]I'ark" Methodist educationai'building : -
: E:. FAILE Pastor! and: family spent Russell Tyson. j ji :I Jacksonville were lecent" guests the smaller children. ;: Wellhausen:; is back at (' ; m Jacksonville last Tuesday
Mrs. i it
and .
I :Mr had as of her mother and brother. Mrs 1 added problem of large I I R Johnson and Friends of Bob Carter will reDur -
i The D. B. Thomases I II small-scale !i visited Mr. Johnson's .
Same Bennett and Gary.
weekIrs. I It
guests last said.rossibilities. and sister. Mr. and ( 10th
and she Anniversary
t Mrs. Jamie Milton Mr and Mrs. Seeber Doyle !1
Green. of H. McGee. in ;Naples;
i :Milton Clark and daughters ofMacdenny. I Andrews Wildwood.. stopped by base for ] Little June '
; the Fred Moore home on Wednesday hinge-type WithTrade
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH | : I j was discussed. j j an indefinite stawIth. L J
ofj flagpole
I Jackson'ille'isited Mrs. Lois McStephenson the Guy :! and with left her little grandmother Debbie Andrews ,, have torn down. or ':, and aunt. N EV E RBEFORE

200 Walnut Street. North Corner Jefferson Street I Sunday. while they went shopping Jack ropes several times Ii ) Carter
I Futch family on Modelmog of sonvilleGRAHAM they've been set up Ir. and Mrs. J. C Carter ,,r.

Miss Rebecca and showed a the flag. it was pointed the arrival of a 5 1-2 FOR THIS NEW10.8CU.FT.HOTPOINT

1 I.ake Butler spoke India at the :Methj j .....vvvvvvvvvv'vv' time the flagpole has to on Sunday night, Feb. 12.
I: film strip On 1 taken down. and ;;; Jacksonville hospital.
ROBERT I n. SOMMER. Minister I odtst Church !alit Sunday eve-j" :1 up.re-threaded for flying' I man has been named

CAULETON STEVENS. Associate Minister ning.Mrs. Gainesville' With a hinge Both Mrs. Carter Model EK105:
I Claik of
Amy base. the pole and i I baby are doing nicely.

I visiting Winfred her grandchildren.Rigdon. Mr I II :Mrs. John :McKinney be repaired without of Mrs. A. P. SO MUCH I Full-width freezer, 49-lb.

and Mrs. work. regret to learn that she :
SUNDAY WORSHIP 11 A.M.: Mrs A J. (Buddy) Starling. IAAAAAAALAAAAALAAAAAAAAAMrs. Bell and Miss confined to a IN A SEWING MACHINE : opacity
with i I Four door shelves,
I with Mr Starling is staying Lizzie Hines celebrated! her Children's and wish her a (' extra
her'II of the deep room for tall bottles
Great (;lospel Themes the H. O Jllrlefanul\ since 81st birthday anniversary last show slides \' }'.
allot lower shut
speak on
Special Music Uy The Chancel ChoirNursers' I return from the hospital Those Mr j jisitmi Sunday at the home of her daugh- March meeting of the I Car Kacrs en I Roomy full-width criip is
; her lust wet'k were ler Mrs. P. O. Starling. All of announced. Mrs. :\ Car races will be
: For Young Children was
,, strong. sturdy
C'vde S' irlmg\! if AV.flP.trk
t"d] her children were with her but Mrs. Loper Sunday, Feb. 19. at
ham and
Handy new snack shelf
j Mr 'iid'! M: R.-iiph HiS- two. and she received lots of nice charge of refreshments.Mrs. City speedway. Races stores small items

gifts. Floy Sullivan men and women will S Full-width chiller extra
Mrs Will Melton and (childrenf at last Participants from tray-
7JO; P.:M EVEXIXC: ; WORSHIP HOUR freshments frozen storage
were dinner guests Sun- following the be Mrs. Ann :Mosely Mrs I,
S Porcelain
Vow Open o lay of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- Parrish Junior in new
Altar Period. Silent Prayer For .\lIlt fore The Cro>s sion. color-styling
ianey. Four TopsManh Smith, and G. J. Midyette
Special :Music By The Youth Choir : SMITTY'SBARBER Mrs Jeff Davis is in a Jackson- Of Dimes (><>al in first place. Robert Pay As Little As

Sermons On The Chri>tian Outlook \ :!lie hospital: where she underwent March of Dimes ( the last races, held Feb.

an eye" operation. We wish turned in since last Ann Mosely won the COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC

SHOP her a speedy recovery. brought the total for Junior Mosely won 'V'lGO'R iuui; '\ \ SJ.4S

I Mr. and"Irs.. Bennett Jerrell to J266. making in first place. Robert
CHURCH SCHOOl. HOUR) !Srl.'i I : : A M this week trict twite
Court Street Opposite are moving to the home $16 over the original goal second place and SUPE II.IIOBOT ** A %\"h

Court Houe m Hampton they bought two Proceeds from the twice Call 239For

weeks We wsh them much ;; : ..
Cla'.e&! !> For All ARW I ago March in this area Birthday Party
success. seventh grade class of
YOl'R PATRONAGE: Mr. and Mrs. John 01. with S41.34 from school HOME DEMONSTRATION WINKLERElectric% :
WILL GREATLY; McKinney S;:1 S 30 from Theressa ( gave a
and childien: were Sunday night Silver Lake) and 3.37 party in honor of $89-95

Are you looking for a Church Home? APPRECIATEDD. supper quests of Mr. and Mrs. C.i" ham. Coin collection mate. Henry Wellhausen

Join with Help us build our larger Wynn in Starke. places of business in home last Tuesday I And Up Service
. us. f'n' he sick list this week are yielded Sll.RR: $26.51 7. Games were played
Chas. C.
H. SMiTH Shepherd
Church Family \Welcome You. Mr and Mrs. Harley Starting. Queen candidate boxes: in the afternoon the | 231: N. Tt'mpJe1"

V-: AihtWilli..*. Mrs. Mud fm .v.(> fashion show i were cut and served 1 rRadio :Seat Covers

__ __ ___ n __ Owner & Operator > .. :" .- v. ..:..1 Mr K": < I '\",I"t'! ".n: '-...!. -v-, n-in.-trel: Those" enjo:> m;! th.o Starke. Fla I i Phone Hiliitarht'; ; : f t,

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Guard Will Join Keystone Bank Holds Gala Open House O' ..}I.. UTwoWeek

UnitsIn _. -, Special
Ordnance '- : fjk
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DrillThe I ;
Sunday = :.t-e; i<: ""2i
Feb. 17 March 1
'M'1; ; <1 !111! :> .
local National; '
II ,
C..1. C. and other units of th. : e ; Men's
.11 1d
Ordnan.e P.n \\

\l.Id a multiple drill Ffh.It 1 Cnu!9 '(. !; 8izg
I landing on *; k %
A non-sectarian devotional I M-I \ J Ji S \1ST <,jr \LITY
., ,, will be held! from 7.4.; in" % 9 \\ HITKSItOUDEU 7
c<\luv m.
Blandmg. prc
01, ?: at WiE1i2't' 1.-' S HUNTS:
d.! .'. '.- program. .
.\ b.ttt.ihon school i i. hemj: u.1'1 !.-

.! '.-il for th. various ;:t., 1"n.!

-. ithm the! battalion. Some <-f 'ti, LADIES'STRETCH NYLONS l S

..HIM'- oftudy are motoi vt'hi' h F 1 '

( |.4-aion; and maintenanct-: i.n- 1-4 ) ;. % : .I), .

!. ii.in.. (' of unit r.-cords. oidnamri A 0 :

.- |';>lv.I I ubricat ion. Hassifii :alion IsiV' I t i-. :A I r : ( LTM 'jv1t4Tl S oUt REt;. 89eS : 3 3 C
,u..i'iivehicles.. and tit -=c ott ; i r l
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t MIllS.ICaih q S :2! LIMIT
); unit in the battalion!t \'. .!!: '

ilta kitchen. and Mes SV'.v- : .,,.* : ;1.g. sE:1

j. L. Alvarez static that Ui.i .' ,.' M j CHILDREN'SUUON :
; ..Iao.I PAN TIE I E S
will consist of liu-d t
'i i' menu .;, A
:. !ki n ..n,1 all the miming.-- 4i '" .:
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Tinioial t ; unit Wlllll'pllll t | 1 at t ? :
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-.n: !Marmory Sunday iiioinins\ ::! S SIZES 2-12
7; IM"I io-k. and will i leturn at :i 1.1 1 MOKi: u \:\ :>1IO \ ITOliS; attended the open house last :Sunday afternoon in the IIIKM i 'I 4)I'. \M: 4 l111(1.n I of. (he han'hll were hosts 1.11 this mcasiiui.err S COLORS: 22C

; .1. IM-VV home ut the K..ptnlll'otatt.: 15-ink on I-auri-nce Huulrvard! in Ki'jstone Heights. (trout row. lett to right ) :State Treasurer Kd I.arson. hairinan of the Umril; (.. K.iggills ::. 1ST (JIALITY

I'roiiioti-d In Rjuik Itt\tirtl atmvi' i.. I llouiT-lwdecked. scene in the spacious loliliy of the hank's neu $ ..- \\ president! ; Al :Nelson.ice presidentutsttn! U.trdenlK-rgh. president C 2 LIMIT

I lU--int promotions in the unil (MM) hidiif, where vuvi-s of the linn-tors. served refreshments at beautifully appointed and cashier; (second I'llIrllm left ) I.indseyalker., A. <<<.. Londonfudge ( I.

.n. hid.- Privates 1-c Arthur B tables. Tolles. r. )l. \\alrath .Ir., and Dr. K. II. Clarkson directors. INFANT
Alvaiez. Owen Alvarez Jr and

W.uu-ii! Starling to Specialist 3-c. ---- ---- andFLANNELETTE

..ml! Pvts. I oman Alvarez.Paul Ronnie Starl- .Missionary Student Ice Spectacle Coming To Jacksonville !Andrews Speaks \W. C. T. U. KIMONOS GOWNS

(Cuffis.; John B. Sapp. .
Will Be Heard At To Rotary Club
to Pri.ite -
ing. and Aaron r.r 1 THK: IIUIS1IAN IIKKAU i iSAYs

\ liReient' : Presbyterian ChurchNext At Crescent City : TIIXT Tilt 1.\TEST S

enlistments in the unit MIKC :SHOWS Tui.Tllft TIIEKKAKE ; S 1ST QUALITY 3 3 C

C. Roberson. Pfc me-mt' 1 r ;Ii Andrews candidate foi S
.,1. SRI. Chester Wednesday the t \ ) TOT.I.J.II"1 \ I) \II.\ PASTELS

Karl 'b'. Griffis. and Pvt. Harold I of the Fiist Presbyterian Chinch i rngM'-vs! fiom the Kth District. :.NK\\sr.\rKus: IN Tin: INITFD : S 2 LIMIT

\\'. Epps. will\ have the privilege: of hearing Wd'gtie.t! speaker at the Rotary !STAT:X. SEW YOUK HAS

Application for assignment; within C 'ub in Crescent City Wednesday 17. TIIKKK AUi: :2.121 TOTALLY CHILDREN'SRAIN
i Erasmo da Silva missionary ap-
the unit has been made by IslI He was introduced by; the Mayor DKY \\FFKLIKS: : : IN TIlE

I 1.1 I irevv Reddish and orders hav<. ''pointeeto Brazil ana g-radllltt' 'I i i 'rescent City. Joe Thomas a i :NATION. $4.00

been published for him to be assigned .. I student, in the school of. agriciil- mi'ivv' of Starke. Andrews dis- I I1I COATS

u.sseil the industrial FOR SALE K.-.v tins. eat; II d!
to the unit within the next ture at the University. of Floiulai : i development '
i [B"ln H.I .5, 'ntll.1
mall communities. $ \ LI '
i.-vv days. U. Reddish was released He will speak at the church .1' > I
from the U. S. Army to thArmy < : At't'i! leaving Crescent, City the Butna lIa(1: l"i': Christian
8 the of
on subject
Reserve Transportatioi I pm. S1 ii-ke iealtor visited in Palatkiimd .T R "''''tl1l\\'! igh' Phim. 102. I'lioncfrSelllt

Corps. and will be released fron L :: missions in Brazil. -:4: was well pleased with the Starkf 2>oA.

the Reserve for assignment to th<'I i' Mr. d.i Silva is the son of a sponse. given his randMacv! \' I 0 3it:
lix .tl! Guard unit.B.tNK native Brazilian minister and hu. le.-uU'is in that area. .

lived his entiie life in that coun : ',Wi.. 5 :J. HN$: :
HOLIDAY try. He has studied in his own '
Rotarians Hear
i land and is taking graduate work # 4i \ _. _. __ .SEt.. _, :

The Florida Bank at Starke wit].1 :1 here since farming conditions in __ Insurance OfficialA \ J

noi he open for business nex.t | Florida are similar to those of r : : II I I

Wednesday. Feb. 22. George Wash,- this country. Upon returning R. Casaidy state manajjeitoi TZRt5AGQYWITH

lII ton's birthday. a legal holidain y Brazil he plans to work especially the Equitable Life Assurance, AN INTERFERIOR1TY

Florida. \ among the farming population All 75; members of the cast take part in the "Merry Widow," one Society was guest speaker at COMPLEt.) r'- -- -

-. While helping them with their of eight production number of "lee Vogues of 1956; ," \\hich will opena the Rotary Club Wednesday; -i .
seek to scribing the phenomenal growth iI ---'ii.
farm problems he will six night and one matinee !showing at the Suisher Gymnasium, I
interest them in becoming that Florida has experienced in
Now Open. : Jacksonville Junior College, on Feb. 26. The "Merry Widow" features, I
Christians.The I i the past few years and the oon-
Rent It Trade It
World Mission speaker is the immortal music of Franz, Lchar.Prevail 'tinued !growth that i is expected

SANDERSWATCH church I in the future.
the entire
sponsored by
but Mrs. R. G. Paterson. chairman -, Issues \iI Rites WednesdayFor He said that as mote and more

REPAIRAT Of World Missions of the I Policy Statement Leavy W. Green i people benefit from retirement WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Women (If the Church. secured and old age pensions they will

the speaker and made arrangements : On Right-Of-Way Leavy W. Green. 63. a residentof : continue to come to Florida to Low Rates Good Results Easy Tn Place

for the observance.The i Bradford County for the past I make their home. causing steady

221' z LAFAYETTE ST. public is invited to attend. 1 J. C. Prevatt of Lawtey. t-hair- IS" years. died suddenly at his I development of the state. !(0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE: INSERTION: 50c

|: man of the Bradford County Board home in Rtaike Monday morning The speaker was introduced by EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2niS e

Back Of of County Commissioners this'week following a heart attack. He was Jerry Gay. who had charge of
Recent BirthsThe !' issued the following statement (' H\T OF IS PER: fKNT OX TWO OR MOKE INSERTIONS -
Setzer's : born at Lawtey on October 26 i the program. 57. C4. *4o."I '44ftU "4 2** AUDITION FOR RI.INII ,"'* OR AI>" NOT pun IV ADVANCE
SuperIkt.. 1 in connection with the'' I .

S Starke Maternity hospitalannounces county's policy of obtaining nec- 1S92, the son of the late Hazard i : Don't vvorry about finding the I IHU TKNTII % ,""WI"R'f", 'I:. SAI.K-Alabama. I'mwder P..
the following births: I I :and Alice Browning Green. He IltltlOS IIKPVIHKIIAll s_. .1 i.sc.: rnhiHatuut, 20c pI'I'"uld.
All Work may be left with 'essary road right-of-way: i ij i iI was a member of the Baptist' l>est |>lae to go for car service. MaLrk All Studri.ltcnonahlp J H. s urrem-y liiahanr.;'
Mr. Mrs. Bealon Williams rAn.PE.VTER
Herm; Sanders At 1 ana j "Some confusion has arisen Church. ay FRED GAUDON: I Come in today for yourautomobile i charge cnaranlred I ._sip
Feb. 12. 01 VS. C. !'IIEPUEitDniil
of Starke a : .
TEST 1 : W. ('allI.. 'Mark Ph !:19"! ( WORK P.cmode.inir.
SUPER relative to Bradford County's pol- need' .
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Xorman, Besides his wife Pearlie Grif- Cement mO<'kl'. Routing and
SERVICE STATION icy on road right-of-way. While fig Green he is survived by three 'on SAI.K N>w S z S z 16 Con- siding. Cement' work. Chas A
: of Starke. a dlIl: htt'r. Feb. 11. f .T.-tf block. 19rvment $1.50 S rrell. e 0 Telegraph. tfctli?
j I we urgently need additional right- daughters Mrs. Lottie O'Berry ofAucannpy j
-I i __ .1.1i ..,, ____u. .. T> .... r.i i I per. tag.: Mortar :Mir $1.30 p.rbag. Co. 'r:IURBEU STAMPS made to order.daters .
U. S. andthis ; .urs. rainier inomas iir-tdfiird Engineering:: :
j of-way to four-lane 301 nh'.n.. 94. Starke tf niimberers. nut an seals
of Live Oak; and Mrs. Ethel Mae facsimile stamps Bradf nil u '.uniy
I i project is vital. it is certainly Telegraph. tf
high-potency fashion Banks of Starke; seven sons. A- $'"H UEWAKIi f .r information .
1.1 not the policy of our County to .iduiK to I Ii.- oni* Ih." cut fence'
j Luther Aubrey. and Tim Green i "ii, my lr"p'flY to It'jwell I ike. BULL-DOZING FILL
I force any property owner to donate all of Starke: Clinton Green. Win-! .1 Muuri. > Kiluanltfche --

road right-of-way. Many ten Garden; Percy Green. Palatka; i DIRT LAND CLEARING

I property owners will receive spec- Therl Green. Miami; and Pvt. Kenneth For Sale I Oyster Shell Peat Humus

i ial benefits from the improvementof Green with the U. S Army On IliKhna one mile fromMarke I
I ( lly Limits. Tno acreollh BUIg. Said Paving Driveways
this road and will willingly in Tokyo. lie is also survived by I .. ..ou..... eJeclrlt-ily. deep. well
I give right-of-way to speed the cne brother rerry Green of Sidney -,. a ml elerlrlr' pump. j-.hft.M: > Caxh. OVID LEWIS

PERMANENT V I project; others will not be specially and a sister. Mrs. Mary STROUT REALTY I .
\\ Madison St. Starke
benefitted and will wish the Green. Tampa. Watch Juhnie hansen RepresentativeP.
i PH. 336-W
j I full compensation to which they Funeral services were held at : This O. HOT non ,

PLEATS Jc are legally entitled. the graveside in Sapp Cemetery : Starke, Ma. I .
: "Ours is a free country, and near Raiford Wednesday after- Space IMIOMVVI.DO no--283i : .STATK H\XK: KKFTOXK -

I' our laws provide that no property noon at 3 o'clockith Rev. Wil- Each .BElt* : I-'PI"; Ilot:(';IlT". Kl.MEM:: -

beguiled ford Jordan officiating. Interment -
may be taken for public use without warned about
"I should' have
full (compensation and I respect was in the family plot under Week
hazard here!
the water Large Farm. Ranch BILL SOTO
with .i.., the right of our people tc, the direction of DeWitt C. Jones.
such compensation." 't For Timber Loans SIGN SHOPOne

Funeral SaturdayFor LOW INTEREST -
I laceas Carl Prevatt Chairman oi :Mile South

Board of County Commissioners PetersonMrs JERRY O. GAY
of Bradford County Mrs. USED CARY On Keystone Highway
Phone 178-L
Almena Hartpeme Peter Mump 371-J 122. E. Call ,

,/./ 7 : l Christian Church son. 69. a resident of Starke for Y, YYkSPEC1A } I AH Types Signs
the past 40 years died at the )
lt4'I.. K.: : slier ood. pastor home of her son. James A Peter- TIAXO FOR SALE \ VV VTKlV-i: : III.I: 'I l K I: ,- a. .

Funday. 9:45: Bible school classes Tuesday night. Feb. 7, following o '' I.! :.H ri.j| i .li-iU M.in.. n- .i.., by
son. -'r.V." : ni'.d'Tii p..n' l-'i: s d"wn'IMII lira'- HOVV P1),lkllm i'!' "
for all ages. CW.. CoLson', a short illness. She was born ;; 3nr : .i-y tOo .i.i.ik. monthly pav-1 J 1"1'f'k.. TIt1! ..i li '.t.! .
< I I. SlarKe .
iitn! tat" M.-II m by I.t routes in the lit \V' '
Supt. Moining Worship 11 an;I. in Nebraska. Nov. 4. 18811.l. .ilhiitr ,
SERVICE .... d': writingCltlDI.KV or' Wire. The J. It Watkl!: ;
Evening worship. TOO: p. ir l. Surviving besides her son. are ( pany. 655; West Pea'htr".- .. N
>ir.sC fO'lPIDt' "
1-: Atlanta Ga. 41. t I..2.!
('hi istian F.ndeaver 6 p. mI5ite I I, her husband. Frank O. Peterson. .I.Jt A ions: "'. I nUerollf

Study and Prayer Meetinj:go;; Starke dairyman. and two dauh.tel's. .. (;ainr.FR tllle 2-40Ct, l-'lurlda FOR g.\I.E-J,. PlyiimiiM I, .', ; i -
i-ncei! .IIP<'. Clean arid "ir ex
7 :'M: p m. Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Miller of CotS .' \{'...... t TUP nirru 2t 2/17 lent condition. $::00. ;;. T \

trmd.ile. and Mrs Alice Strochein ur inn nt.t.n Yawn Court House 4'i| '
: KOH !SALE-Four mom! house ,,with'
ot Louisiana. l.-ith. 3 acres land m miles N. ,. JX('() IE TAX PP.EPAP.KF: lOu-'
nil Oil know there are more of Lawtey. Contact Paul I>n- Hansen. P (t. Ritz ?(d7 S'-irk-
) Funeral services were held in
r.ett. 21p 2/17
Fla. Phone Waldo. F'.a 1ft.-
M-opIe in hospitals today for the First Baptist Church. of 1952 Chevrolet I c23l. 4trlig: 3 >
F 'I: ".\I.E-M.ipl( .-ornt-i' "'hal'l 1
mental and nenous disorders : which she was a member. on Sat- N'.t .tncl l t.ff..>. Tatdr Call 2 U'I| FOR AI.E-Side; Harrow '

advertised in than for all other diseavs combined urda '. Feb. 11. at 3 p.m. with aft.-r .', i-.m_UpKul Planter. I'niversal Storlt. p-uh' '
4-DOOR SEDAN Plow with Sweeper. Gra'-uhnppe:
? IeU>WIS D. Hsines officiating :'':':::' IKVT-Furnishfive ruf.nianil Ptork. Corn Shelter. I--u- Mod.
Chiropractic ...1'\.i..1'ouM Interment was in Crosby Lake POWER GLIDE I. liatti, $-.'".. I',. mils KeytoneIliehwav Fertilizer ni trHut.r !,..J1! a':; 't
CHARjr00M00 COVERS Xcwtun Thor>-linl Itp any part. J. R. Pr..vatt. lnn.i' r
hate prevented many of thesepatients Cemetery under the direction of OUR NEW SEAT i Junction ?ql '. :ITVKVKM.V

being hospitalised because DeWitt C Jones.Scholarship. IS ORIGINAL GREEN KOI: lEN: : --Two.. i.i-droom tinfur- ;
I i-linl li'-u v-i v ilfsirable. In-|
your Chiropractor is a PAINT= I I a'l.iti! M A. I'ayne. KilTV.. IIKH.IIl: 1
Exams \li nerxe "specialist. His work is
to locate and remove nervepressures A REAL CLEAN.\H I 'ix: IiiltNi: ; -.tJ.tSOJAX -Full\
Set For March 27Cumpctltl't' | ..r ]. .rt tin.r rt-pr--ntativ.- ;in I Ihrrr lird ......01 h..ui... hardwood -
preventing |!rnlf"i'l! ''"unty 'ar r.quird rlu..m. bmutirullr IlBlnbrdln
development (If nervous and business i is complete efficient i :"'rig.i, ."' \\ IIIE" Ma' hine Ci 4j.2i ..lil'. ll..un Pa>nirnt lo \ rtrrano -
mental disorders.Ilelow examinations for car sel'\ice. \\'e clean the Only $717.00 i \ Mi-nni. I.ak.t'1'klte! 2 J< KIlMlMl. *r MMl In.. :u> da>.':
scholarship loans available to students X-'iTi.lMI: : nl rliikine. I) .. lOa> -
glass..seep out the car... 1-1: ': \i.r--n'" r ....m h"I1' \\ 'r!. mrnl for KM V li.iaiu'iug; ":: .....MI !
is such a case: wishing: to prepare for check the radiator and hoses... ,'1 h ,-1. fOo' 'I"it." k 'ah' ilv : (, ami HISiMMMi: nl rluniDK.; j j
1'atient male, 35ears cfage teaching or nursing! will be held \ ',1\\ ii,' ". ITP !
the fan belt and tires. We keep 'jlirrn hiii..c unilrriin trui'- |
was extremely nervous and :at tit.' I'SO building Tuesday. \'. u':11.t 1.\1' I'H'KKEEI.tI-: :,: lion l.. I... '.uiuplrti'il. iifbln I ntur-i
: JUNIORS i exhausted all\ the time. I'nableIn March 27 >ou informed about the condition E": .. rJ'.n': ....c._ |. ila.... I'laB". |.ri.-.-. anil trrniK !i
of potential trouble spots and'isit .. I: T 1'11'' t- 1.lIm.r! ". u. UI I... a.aijabi.' In tea d:.> s i.>
sleep more than 3 hours per school Come in our ...
High school seniors high I 1. 1 1-.I 2''hc, :: 21 Inn "rfk }
liii... 1'.Itl nervous lireakdo'vn :graduates: college or nursing where neglect can be dangerous.! :Service;: Department All I i I

bodice \\OIlItlIl"'llr any n llllt... After M-hool students may participate Parts and Labor fully \\ :,c."'T'\V- U ; U I.VI-V 1!",_.*- nirt.--ie--il; ri'!" "nf:: FLORIDA REALTY ('0. i I
GayVhirl".a closely-fined Empire is ,
ir-t ( hiropractie adjustmenl if they wish to train for eitheri&reer Drive in Soon Cuaranteed.Ve Service I I h.. .,t'. V .' r- r. ('.r r"fin* tamil At Of Starke I j jKrai
I'' tV'.t. 1rjf. rd Cn. T'-l---] ,
emphasized: with a tracing of lace, floats from a tiny the tensionas relieved and I Themust have been a Drive Away loPySEYMOUR'S{ and Repair any make or-1 : ".. ...v, T ,T i.f !Starkc' Up Eatate Itro.ran i

nude gradual improvement over I lenient of Florida for at least one .%.... Trlrphonr :ass !
., : :; Irniplr
model truck. : i "" .rl< 1:1 a -
I car or 1-.1 I: > \ p .
\\ list to lace-edged fiounce. All in all. wonderfully ....
a a A |M-riod of \\e..1. then dismissed \e.tr und must be planning to .. .1 I.-r !"I-.1 F (' '.a. Florida i i
I institution H ,i.-- i:' :r r. .* i':'. s'ark IPr
as fully recovered. register at an approved
fashion for nowintoSummerwardrobe.
young cotton YOtr : .
... 1-l \1. i'I.1 t 1 01 \! -
; !::
r.i-xt fit\I Scholarship winners |1.! vv \ \:" |:-Man '.r .man
: LT I .. PLM>MIXU A.ALKANI'll" : :
( OXM ,; ill'f p"tahli-It-I} )
-r r
Sues 7 to 15 . :,, $17.95 ::'ust ;a-iree to teach or nurse after RATLIFFCHEVROLET S ti! k. tr.-kIi :; : %-, <. '

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC receiving a degree. High school ,-r -1-. "." r1.; or in..rp at stnr! (;Jreatly Reduced I'rice..
: :\i < ar or r.thr invent.
seniors must register with theI : i --arv. Will hli VC.H 1 oil 1 .:'., '.. I1.'
rincipal of the school before Feb. : ". --trf Writ* r P. Riil.l.. .\>..1.- -i I "
OTHER DORIS DODS3S; "66" CO. i-! -' KTt I \vatkin< (",. HF.I.'Enr.HEZAI.E..\
College -
order to participate. .
::2. In .
:M ,1" :: T rsn 1IPTF.O
JUNIORS fROV $3 95BARISDALE'S and nursing students shouldregister
Service Station Cor. ('all and Court !street \ 1111: .I', W \:-: -Man r.r ", '..manI I PAfLIXE EAULE f'oU.INS
: Bl.uk North of Post OfficeIn with the Dean or Director h1' It.! 4r-Xe Prf.dnrts. fui i P ii B..x Ini E 11'1.' -''" I I.I 1-
attended.A I <"> >mrtuntv t,
Starke of the school now r -t.irtim s
Starke Fla. ..'. SPEf'IAI/- :I'tng a' they H i _
filT N. Temple Ave. I' .ki$1" a iI. N.-I r-xfirrie-m-
Modern Methods Kidy ivher eligible applicants should .. ---.". Wr '.- M- Vr f 'r, I'a--"I '. i-li- < laii.' /. fl.! i -
( sistant Steam Baths _',--r .n the Office of the Coun- Phone 401 --- --.-- '-=' .*.. I' x .'. TS.....- -' "I1*:: F., :' inn i i tt .-, '.' r

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