Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1959
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
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<\y t r ) Sanity Hearing; Council Told Merricks Not


c4t. ; Set For Lamon 301 OverpassBeing

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A sanity hearing for John E. : An overpass on U. S. Highway _---y. .

Lamon. 66. was set this week by 301 in front of Bradford High 3 +. State's

Circuit Judge Geo. L. Patten tor School, a project that has been Attorney

., 4 s "kicked around for some time etb
Monday. Jan. 26
at 2:30 p.m.
without getting off the ground
7 e The retired fishing camp oper-' was back in the limelight at City + ; Raps SheriffsPart
ator has been held in county jai 'Council Tuesday night. .
here since late October for tne /
fatal shooting of his brother-m- Ccunty Commissioner H. A. :;

_. 1 law. Harry E. Tucker. 53. in tnelatter's Bishop Jr. reported that he had 0 \ In TrialOvertones
recently received figures from the ;f
home on Oct. 24.
FIRST BABY OF 1959 1 I State Road Department concern- t
Lamon rrL
recently underwent !
'Fig a traffic check
that had been of "fued"
amination two a between
by Jacksonville
Ronald Keith Kirchame winner pounds, 13 ounces was born at from Callahan. i,;' made in front of BHS to deter- uw enforcement agencies in Bradford -

of the sweepstakes for first baby ?:10 p.m. on January 1 and is the Beaming happily, Mrs. Kir- psychiatrists and: Rtchie. and Doctors tneir McCullough and : mine the feasibility of an overpass : County were aired again
seventh child of Mr. and Mrs. Kir- chaine declared that the baby's I there. Wednesday as a significant part
born in Bradford County HospitalIn testimony will be receivecTat this
chaine. who reside at 514 S:: tpi i good luck might stem from the No estimate of cost for the pro- in the trial of Jeff MerncKs. 42
1959, is pictured above with his l time. The hearing will be held in .
person St in Starke. The score ,snow fact that he is their first child the court i ject was made, nor was it brought year old Alachua County Negro
mother, Mrs. Yulee L. Kirchame, four girls and three 'boys. I tc be born in a civilian novntal. I i in Starke. room of the courthouse i lout who would be responsible forI found innocent in Circuit courthere

and handsome array ot gItts presented Mr. Kirchame is an Aviation I The derby was sponsored by the j I financing but Bishop pointed out|: of shooting at State Trooper
to him by Starke merchants : dnanceman 1st Class, stationed : Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary Tucker who operated a dnvein -:1 the number of complaints received M. N. Sellers last October 4.

'I I with the Navy at Cecil Kield. The j with Mrs. P. G. Kelos as president restaurant on U. S. 301 :Southin : by the SRD concerning the slow- Far more sensational than any

Ronald Keith, weighing in at sue family moved to Starke last June :, while Sfarke was in apparently shot ing of traffic in the area and the :(: Controversial Windshield evidence produced from the stand
lying bed. Police were I i
need of keeping 301 an active were charges and counter-charges

Low Bid Given i Co. C To Resume Thomas Named called rnon's to sister the and Tucker the victim's home by wile La- '' the lane construction for tourists. of He many warned new of :I I Bullet holes in Trooper. X. Sellar's car are shown as they flung defense by in the their prosecution summations and the to

I Mrs. Nettie TucKer. They found, limited appeared before windshield was rene l for ana' '..i'4 by the the
Drilling MondayCo. I I access loads that will take jury
the restaurant man's pajama-clad;:;tourists FBI. Did the bullets g o from the outside in or the inside out?
around the if the State's
On New BuildingAt C Florida National Guard, body: on the bedroom floor wherehe Hiighway 301 is not kept attrac- Even the expert FBI would) not say definitely. showing physical Attorney T.I;. Duncan
County Attorney apparently fell from the bed signs of recent
will drill at the Starke tive to
armory during' the shooting tourists. i I illness but losing none of ms fiery
Monday! night Jan. 12, for the I Bishop also suggested that approach, attacked the role Of

Camp ShopParker I first time since Dec. 1.No. drills I. Police said that Lamon was, everything possible be done to i School Board Discusses ChangesIn [ Sheriff P. D. Reddish in the days:
Commission drinking coffee in the kitchen
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I were and scheduled New Year during: the Christ I when they arrived. He later gavea urge other counties along 301 to I! proceedings. Duncan told the jury
I mas holiday per I : push for four-laning and improving -I that "the feud which
statement to Sheriff P. D. Reddish common
Construction Co. ot I iods. j A switch in county attorneys i the highway in their vi- I nowle<1ge" between We Sheritt
Science And Athletic PoliciesPreliminary
Jacksonville, with a bid of approxI-I Co. C has received word that it: : and re-election of its chairman the contents ot which navenot i cinities. and, the local Highway Patrol la

mately $158,000, was apparent low was given Superior rating in the; featured the reorganization meeting been made public. i Commissioner Bishop also delivered threatening proper law enforce

bidder on a 15,000 square foot I I.G. inspection held at the armory' of the Board of County Commissioners Lamon was subsequently indict to the Council a check for ment in Bradford County. He said
plans for revamping The major suggested change in
addition to the State Maintenance I in December. I! held here Monday. ed for the slaying by a Bradford $7.000 representing the city's. that history was made in the AlerI -
; the science department and avfopoSt"d the athletic department would
It also announced that
at Fifteen was a
Shop Camp Blanding. I A. J. Thomas Jr. was named County grand jury at the tall term shale of road and bridge tax I reorganization of the provide for the hiring of an athletic I i Continued on Page 6))
bids were received and opened total of 36484.45 was paid to' funds collected in 1958. I
/ county attorney to succeed Mack ol Circuit Court. At
members of the tor drills his arraIgn- Bradford High School athletic director to supervise the various -
Tuesday. company
: In other action the Council
Futch Harold Norman was re- ment he pleaded not department occupied the School ; coaches. He would have the Merchant
The new building, constructionof summer encampment in HJ5S.I guilty by passed a resolution to advertise ; Group
:; elected chairman of the Board. Board members at their responsibility of selecting the
reorganization -
which is expected to begfn this.) reason of insanity. I (Continued on Page 6)) 'I|
month, will house the following i | R. E. Jones was renamed road I II meeting here Monday.The ccaches with the concurrence of To Meet
foreman and Eddie Norman will Monday
Postal the school principal as well as
units: shop parts warehouse SIg- Receipts 'r" > plans prepared by school
: !' remain as courthouse janitor. In 1 ; ..' ;' architects Goins & Moore of Gainesville le-jponsibility for the financial
nal shop, paint shop; body shop. r For Year's Plan
'' naming Thomas the Commission
canvas and leather repair shop, in regard to the science structure of the department and
machine shop small arms repair i Score Gain referred to its custom of rotating i ii department provide for changingfour I the scheduling of games. r

shop, and office space. 1t'III); Big i the position among local attor- classrooms in building "Boo The proposal which board i, A year-round schedule ot

be constructed of jumbo brick, and) neys. 'fw Y1G.. cd into three laboratories and sup-I members emphasized was still ina : !' monthly promotions: win be suo- I

will be an addition to the present | An accelerated rate of increase'': Other action by the Board Monday ply .rooms for biology' general discussion state would also,i milled to members of the Starke

permanent shop building. It will t in postal receipts at the :Starke1: !!I Included acceptance' of a petition science and physics and chem- limit practice sessons to not more I' Retail Merchants: Association at

replace several temporary type, post office was noted at the close : to close a road leading to istry. than two hours. and states that: dinner meeting of the group to

structures ,that have been in use of 1958. : Silver Lake, subject to approval Funds from the National Defense "consistent regard for health. held in the Garden Kestturant

at the Blanding facility. I Whereas the rate of gam ot i: by Gerald White, a property owner Education Act should be welfare, and academic responsi-//3 night at -o'clock, The

It is expected that the new t! 1956 over 1955, and 1957 over 1956| who would' be affected. No one >.: available to help with remodelling bilities of players will be the pri- of will Commerce be guests of the

structure will be completed! in'''\ was about seven per cent 19&S!: 'appeared: at the public hearing costs according to Supt. H. P. mary concern of all coaches in all at tIli.5I

about 225' working days. j i ji showed a heaRny increase of alI held in conjunction with the Morgan. This recent act of Congress cports.; I The promotion calendar

i I most 11 per cent over 195.. In meeting, and previously adver- is for the purpose of improving -! Morgan: suggested that a meet-I planned by SRMA's steering com-wasi

Two Youths Held j figuring the 1958!: increase an ad-! 'Used as required by law. I I instruction in science ins: be set up with representatives'of \I mittee at a meeting held in the

\I justment was made to allow:: tor, A resolution was passed allowing !\' mathematics and foreign languages all Keystone Conference I Chamber of Commerce building

On Charges the boost in postal rates last:I extra pay for care of county and can pay from 30 cents to schools to work out policies for I II Monday night.Highlights .

I August so that comparisons would[ }patients in a nursing home when $1 en the basis of pupil enroll- the better coordination of sportsin of the planned campaign -

I reflect actual gains in volume and i special care is required. Present f. rnrnt In Bradford County this order to decrease interference: !i! to stimulate interest of con-

Of Auto TheftCharges .... not higher rates. ( allowance is $1 per day. could amount to 3200. The proposed with other school purposes. I!I sumers in Starke as a trading

I Actual gross receipts at the I Upon recommendation of the : new science rooms would In its reorganization for the center include a monthly feature

of breaking and enter- Starke post office in 1958! were I i County Health Department the be equipped with laboratory workbenches new year the board re-elected[ j i i starting with Citywide Dollar

ing and auo theft were placed 161.638.03.Iakmg an adjustmentto j I salary cf Ben Starling, employed and instruction tables. I D. W Starling of Lawtey as chairman '!DayS! in February. A Treasure

against Mitchell Crawford 17, allow for the increase in rates.i Jin the mosquito control project t.Y Most of the work will be "mill and W C. Powell of Starke i Chest promotion Is scheduled for

and Rudolph Crews 21, this week however, the figure of $61,269.V2' was raised $5. work." which will be let on bids. \ice-chairman. March; Sidewalk Bazaar in April;
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after their arrest in Jacksonville. I was used for purposes of compan-I' The Commission instructed P" n 6k contest for the most popular BUS

Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding I son. I Clerk Charles Darby to request Building Permits Three Youths senior boy and girt in May; Boat-

said the youths were charged with i j Total receipts in 195 were $5:>,- i members of the recently organized Motor-Trailer giveaway in June

breaking and entering the office! ; 1956. $51.677.95; and 195i>.i County Zoning Board to meet I 4r : Are Sentenced and July; Showcase prize awards

at Nce:el's used car lot on Temple I 5 S48.446.98. with 'he legislative delegation in x in August; Fall Dollar Days in

Avenue Sunday night and stealing I Although receipts for December I'| the interest cf strengthening thecounty's Near Top MarkStarke i'For Break-ins September; Consumer Contest in

a car O\\Tod by Millard Judd. l i ]1958 (6655.95 showed a slight[ zoning authority. t v.F _./4'i I II No-i :

They were picked up by Jackson- j gain over December 1957's total ol -' i' l!
Drainage and road problemswere hit its second highest'1 December.
ville police after a description of i j$5,858.92.: cancellations dropped to Billy Griffis. William McRae.
brought before the board by building construction figure With a All merchants attending Mondays -
and Marion Starke
the car had been broadcast. Bond | :131.000 pieces in December 1955 Thornton
was set at $1.000 each I 1 from a high of 149,000 pieces in Col. Biedler of Sliver Lake Roy i total of $470,200 in new construc- youths were each sentenced tot meeting voiced the opinion

Chief of Police Riley Sweat said I 1957. One cause for the decline in Llojd of the Lawtey section and : I tion dunng 1958. two years in prison this week on! that cooperative promotion will t>e
New homes accounted<< for S3ZS.3 .- '' needed to combat stiffer competition -
Wednesday that he had talked I pieces handled could be a cut- Bryant Reddish of Lawtey requested ; I 'charges of breaking and enteringwith
I >0 of the 1957 total. In the non- for the consumer dollar in
;intent to commit petty lar-
with Crawford in the county jail back among "Christmas card senders 1
; that deeds to a road 1I I residential' field the Madison i 1959. It was pointed out that Individual -
admitted due to the increase ot one I ceny.
and that the youth I
through his property be turned \ Street Baptist Church accountedfor I I promotional efforts are
breaking into Terwillegar Motor cent on each card mailed tins;, I Charged with breaking and entering -
over to him since the roadbed 70000. and tour new service not nearly so effective as projects
Co. and the former Pontiac place year. the home of Mrs. Maude
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and the
I had been changed
d stations took up most of the bal-
about 2:30: a. m. Sunday. Sweat Postal saving has shown a Wainwright at Heilbronn Springs. carried out as a group.
vi as no longer open. ance of the $1U. 50 nonresidential Committee members attendingMonday's
said a small amount of cash a steady decline in recent years believed I total. Ithe three pleaded guilty when arraigned -
The Commission agreed to i meeting were N. 1.
wrist watch and a letter opener to be the result of higher before Circuit Judge Geo.L .
The 1958 construction total was Woodburn Irvin Bobbins, J, K.
of ,
paint the outside buildingsand
were reported missing from the interest rates now being offered M row ((1-r) : Jimmy Cox, Jim Hobbs Woody Strickland. Patten The sentences imposed i
about 40
tear off awnings of buildingsin per cent above that of Bullinglon Inman Green, ana MISJ
Ford place. He said nothing was Ly banks whereas the Government of 2nd row : Dickie Dixon Terry Futrh Harold Pre\att Tom Tat-I 1957. when residential permits wil run concurrently with sentences Lillian Stump.
the of
Lawtey on right way
found missing at the Pontiac pays only two per cent. The um. 3rd row : Billy Helsabeck, Danny Phillips! Larry totaled 1291.800. and nonresidential the boys had already received
U. 301 the property
S. providing '
total on deposit here in postal savings ,
building. after they left Starke and ran Into -
Armond $39.978 total
Ri\en for a grand
Sweat said that Crews had notadmitted as of Dec. 31, 1958"was $123-I i'owners approve.Commissioner. Eldl-r'l of $331,778. trouble in Seminole County. C. G. Barksdale

240. This compares with $148- H. A. Bishop Jr. '
being with Crawford in The 1958 totals were the highest :j I The youths were arrested following
612 on the same date in 195/, and that in recent conversation .
the Sunday morning forays. reported since record-breaking 1954 when : a rash of break-ins in ,Funeral Held
1956. BHS Resume Schedules J
$217,158 in with State Road Depart- Cagers
tuildins permits totaled $1.379.- Starke and vicinity during November ;;
ment member Earl Powers he
Motorists AdvisedOf 901. The 1954 figure included a including thefts of 300' : Cody Gordon Barksdale, 63,
learned that SRD engineers are
Chief Sweat Lists I half million dollar school construction pounds of pecans gasoline tires ,, owner of Barksdale's department
School Bus presently investigating the traffic With Hawthorne Here
: County
TonightBasketball programBradford batteries arid other items.
Starke, died Friday Jan.
New Phone NumberPolice count on U. S. 301 in frontof Setzers i store in
Hospital ($360,053)): new :
Law Judge Patten recomended thatthey
Loading Bradford High School in connection 2. in a local hospital after an ex-
tuilding ($42.500)): construction in
Chief Riley Sweat has anew at serve their sentences in the' tended illness.
with the possible con- High pretty ragged in practice Monday two subdivisions. Pinehaven and
Motorists in both lanes of a number and would like Appalachee Correctional Institute. A veteran of World War I, Mr.
phone full this week when
struction of an overpass. resumes sway and Tuesday and that it may takea Saratoga Heights (J305.0W( ). and
four-lane highway are required by Starke residents to wnte it in the and and B Gnflis and Thornton were on Barksdale was born in Otter
varsity boys girls short while for them to
Carl Wynn requested the boardto regain Phillips 66 bulk plant ($25.000>
Florida law to stop when school their phone books so that he maybe the probation from Circuit Court at Creek on March ,10, 1895 the son
Squad boys begin rugged partof their pre-holiday
cut off the flow of water into performance j Except for 1954 last year was
buses are loading or discharging i reached easily at home whennecessary. their schedules.A This Friday the the time of their arrest. of the late John M. and Ella Watkins -
the well in Sampson Lake. No decision varsity' Starke's biggest construction year
passensers. The new number is was made, but Road Fore- triple-header is on deck for boys will travel to Kernandma exceeding even the peak Camp Barksdale. He was in busi-

Florida Highway Patrol ComdrH. WO 9-1594. man Jones was instructed to inspect tonight (Thursday) when all three for a Keystone Conference game i i Blanding year. 1941, when build- Negress Given ness at Inverness and later livedat
Kirkman reemphasized an Chief Sweat lives at 583 W. Cal: Lake Butler before
N. The Pirates Brooker and
Hawthorne in return
the site with Mr. Wynn to teams meet reportedly strong ing permits totaled $366,935.;
opinion by the AttorneyGeneral'soffice St. on the corner of Orange :St: see what can be done. matches at the BHS:: gym. The B this year as they hive a team This year. 1959. should be another Six Months After coming to Starke In 1939.when

on the matter because of Another matter which Chief Squad boys will open the slate at I composed of all veterans from last I II million foliar year for he established the store here.

the increasing number of inquiriesthat Sweat"wants brought to attentionof 6 p. m.. vith the girls soming on I season. The Tornadoes beat Kernandma -! Starke with a half million dollar Besides his wife, Mrs. Virgie
Bradford In PleaLillie
come to the department about Starke business men is the habit Pulpwood Et 7. The varsity boys will come last year: in both games,i school construction program sche- Change Thomas Barksdale, he is survivedby

the law. some have of leaving doors un- Production Heavy on for the nightcap at !8:30.: but Coach Hobbs predicts close I IgamE.'s duled to get under way. and the one sen Robert Barksdale,

Florida residents apparently areas locked. He said that business When the two schools met before this year because of the I I construction of the city's natural Mae Hood Starke Ne- both cf Starke; one brother, Wil-

uninformed of the law as out- estabhshmments are otten found Pulpwood production in Bradford the holidays, the girls won Pirates' all-senior personnel and :|i gas distribution facility also eminent gress. was sentenced Tuesday to liam Barksdale and a sister, Jin.

cfstateisitors.. Kirkman said. unlocked when the police make County reached a total ot 47-41: the varsity boys 66-42 and the long holiday lay-off throwingthe ': and the possibility oJ a new, six months in the county jail on Eva Scroggin, both of DunneHon.

based on the number of 1 inquiries rountine che ks. These places are G1.S08 cords in 1957. according toa the B squad 39-26. Tornadoes off balance. I'i bank building in the offing. With i en a charge of assault and battery and three grandchildren.

received by the patrol and the taking a chance of being robbed report released recently by the The have 3-1 Next Tuesday night the BHS.:: :'. new home construction added to,I in connection with the Oct. Funeral services were held Sun-
varsity boys a record -
I number of Florida violators. and are just making it that much I U. S. Forest Service. Bradford I to date: the girls are unbeaten varsity boys meet another strong!!|! this. it is possible that 1959 might: 25 shooting of Tom Marks color- day at 2:30 p. mIn. the First

The patrol also pointed out that easier for criminals. ranked 13th in pulpwood prodUC-t I with 4-0; and the B squad is likewise Keystone Conference team P. K1Yonge. \I' even exceleed 1954's record break- ; ed. 'Baptist' Church, of which he was

motorists in both lanes of a four- tion in Florida. I undeafted 3-0. The varsity in Gainesville. Last year'ling s 379.901.. !i A case of assault with intent to a member with the pastor. Rev.

lane highway are required to dim CC Board To MeetThe Honors for the highest production employs a fast-breaking offense PKY handed the Tornadoes threelosses i Also on the increase are kill against the woman was scheduled L. D. Haines officiating. Burial

S lights for approaching \'ehieles.I in 1957 go to Baker County,I,i and a man-to-man defense. in two in regular season play I i meter installations for both water I I for trial Tuesday morning vas in Crosby Lake Cemetery with

These cpmions are based on a regular monthly meeting of where 86.824 cords were cut. their four to date they have I I and again in the finals of the Keystone I. and electricity sold by the city.!] when her attorney announced eDWitt I I C. Jones Funeral Home in

chapter in the Florida statutes the Board of Directors of the Statewide the figure reached a'scored an average games of 68 1-2 points], Conference tourney. I During the first 10 months of I I I would plead guilty to the lesserI Ii i I charge of arrangements.

which define as "nothing more SUrke-Bradford County Chamber total of 1.947,379 cords, placing ., While the boys are playing in 1958 the city installed 17 new I i charge of assault and battery. Active pallbearers were Freeman -

than a single highway" divided of Commerce will be held Monday. Florida fourth in the :South: behind per game. : Gainesville the girts will go to I water meters and 176 new electric riThis i iII I plea was accepted by the I Register Jr. Olin White Jr.

highways separated by a 20 foot Jan. 12. at 12 noon in the Garden -j Georgia, Alabama and MisJstssrppL Coach James Hobbs points out. Lake City for a return game with| meters. 19 of the latter being State and Judge Geo. L. Bud Jenkins J. H. Dennis) Clyde

Restaurant. j" I however, that the boys looked I(I Columbia High. j I I I commercial users. i sentenced her pattenJ i[ Priest, and J. L; Cole.longo .

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; N. J. Davis.J. Bradford County Bank found a three cups apples chopped fine
editorial I Farmer's Diary R. Davis of Cocoa and F. B. blackened! 1812 nickel. In those two-thirds cup sugar. two tbl.
Darn of Waldo were hunting in hard days the nickel
II OUt probably was butter, ore-half cup pecan meats,
1Sam\ McGtrVey the Scrub over the weekend. spent but perhaps it is in some chopped fine, and one tsp cinnamon. -
I Visitors at the home of Mr. and local coin collection. .
Independents Must Hustle II b rs., G. B. Colson last week were 01 S. .
.. skillet made of enamel Mix bread crumbs with melted
.. ti ware that
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; 9* r I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. KUey'of; Law-
Along with enlargement of the
the uses now just; to cook Sam's butter, add sugar cinnamon and
: To StAy In Business: II eggs Columbus ley. Sgt. and Mrs. -Bot} 'Long of The courthcuse. the Starke City Hin: chopped nuts. Butter a bakIngish
I Ga. John .
Q- Kelley
... was being built and school pro- and line with sliced apples.
Yankee Town arid Mrs H. C.
Had visit Florida Power Past jects were scheduled. Alternate apples with layers of
a by a
: ;
Again, this Starke merchants raking
year are Adams of Charleston S. C. .
&: Light, bran "who told us that above mixture topping with bread
: the bu11.by! the horns and ,meeting the compete Margaret Colson of Starke
I our heat: pump will colst about 5 E. A. Martin Seed Co. of Jacksonville crumb mixture.
M tion, of ,the mail order houses and the big city visited her grandparents the G.
cents 2n hour to run. Well know B. Colsons last week. [Edited By; Alice Me Carrey] advertised in The Tele- Cover end bake in moderate
: shopping centers: with a well-planted program of nore about it when the weather graph for baby alligators. "Advise Hen for 45 minutes removing the
Mrs. C. L. Atkinson was the
-. month-by-month, trade promotions... turns cold but so far we think it quantity you can supply immediately lid for the last 15 minutes so. top
.. At" meeting, of the Retail Merchants' steering While we didn't have 10 Inchesof has been quite economical. And tat weekend;f ;'Starke.guest of' Mrs. Reed Lewis start The with year the 1934 got off to a good ," the ad read. We would will onwn.Serve .

: nittee'Mon'4ay night entire rain by any means, this past the same time, a neighbor has Business Men'sClub like to know if any local men or with whipped cream'; hard
an year's pro- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thomas and seemingly determined to add
week we had a lot and for four spent boys sold them Let know.
: over $30 for kerosene for any. us lemon
sauce or sauce.
gram'was tentatively planned including such outstanding daughters Barbara and Prucilla to the
: Cays were programs made in the latter .
we shut in because
ourtemportry heating FO we can use that it* Some visitors went swim-
: events as citywide Dollar Days in February Mr!and Mrs. Pete Lewis, Rodger part of 1933. They appointeda hardy
road to the highwaywas Here is
mount to compare with. a recipe we are goingto ming in Kingsley Lake on New
: a Sidewalk Bazaar in April contest for impassable. It rained an one Kirkland and Erven Fuzzel of road committee to push for the try to-day It came from the Year's Day They reported the

most popular tor boy and girl in May (with day, then another, and still an- We knew that if our dog Pete Foley Ala; visited Mrs. Groover hard-surfacing of the State Farm Telegraph of Jan. 5, 1934 water "rather chilly." which was

handsome awards for'the winners), a boat-motor- other and by that time there was ]kept going up to the nard road Thomas Mrs. Loco over Waters the holidays.\is dsitinaMr.. Road; ;SR 161 and also appointedan Pecan Brown BettyTake probably the understatement of

: and-trailer give-away in June and July, and so water, water everywhere.. ]he would get hurl. We didht end Mrs. Curtis Beach in Gainesville the airport former committee.were C. H.Membersof Nas- one cup bread crumbs. 1934.'Safil .
i want to tie him up and thought
: on through the year. The committee's program this week. worthy C. A. Knight, and A. S.
will hi submitted the entire merchants' The "peepers" were singing we could teach him to stay hcme. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fowler of
to group Crews. Those en the airport com- 1 f c'OUtnE
when it started, but as it contin- ]But he apparently got hit by a FLORID.1t I
: fat dinner! meeting to be held next Monday night. ued day after day they became
: This i is the stuff of which successful merchandising more and more waterlogged and i on ono leg. We're glad he got offo and family Saturday' afternoon. and W, J. Epperson.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lalrmore .
: is'mkde,.and ,It i indicates that Starke merchants they sounded more like "plop- rtiers. lightly for many dogs get kill- of New York and Mrs. Cassie
a are riot gbirg to "take it lying down" ." ,ed outright. The first big story of the year CALHOUN
Lalrmore St. Petersburg are was approval by the Civil Works
:4: when it conies to meeting competition from the visiting MI".and Mrs. J. H. Sowells Administration
And so if we believe in the old of an $11,000 addition COUNTY
Nothing, nothing equals
glamoroStrading centers in cities. ,and Mrs. Mattie Sowells for a few i
more nearby ,
"first 12 days", in which each of :fatwcod for starting a fife. One to the courthouse 9111.10
& It also indicates \ Starke merchants recognizer i the first 12 days is an indication ,day this week Sam started a fine ,days.Mr. of which was to, be paid by: CWA. County Seat,
and Mrs. J. R. Mott and
the revolution that is now taking place in retail i of what each succeeding month fire in the fireplace using oak (children visited her mother, Mrs. The cne-story addition was on .Blountstown

: selling In America, and are doing something will bring, we are in for some wettieathr logs. i mme split pine wood. ONE Brook Ferryman in Gainesville the north side toward the county

L 'about it., ahead. piece of fatwood ahd a hunk of j jail and was to measure 69 feet. I
S. Sunday 2 inches, by 45 feet 2 inches. Included l
: We would :to less than realistic if we did not newspaper. In no time we had a Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and in ) : ,
the building
Reports we've had tell that our thanks to that were offices -
blazing fire
the children Visited Mr. and Mrs. Lit
= recognize that independent merchant, such for
berry crop got through without "Ugl' t r" knot. clerk of the circuit '
as most of ours Jn Starke, 'is threatened by the too much damage. It is for weather tleton- Kite in Starke recently court county judge school super- f' t+ hr
Mrs.. R. A. Holden of Hague
: super-duper markets that 'in some locations are like we've: just had that we What the heck is a "pond-scog- visited Mr. and Mrs. Benny intendcntj school supply room ._

: coming to resemble gargantuan department put our berries up on beds and it Kin"? Sam has a bird book and Thomas. Friday.. record room and rest rooms.

: stores with sections r drugs, clothing, Home appliances takes a real flood to put water up the only white birds ,it shows are Mr. :and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas of .

: and other household needs. Ana it ispredictedfthaHhis over the beds.. herons and egrets. But no pond Gainesville were Sunday guests of During the last Dec. 1933 meet-

: trend will become stronger stoggins! his mother Mrs. Groover Thomas. ing of the County Commissioners
the 'futuf even We're afraid though that the e thai belay Votefl to launch a driveto Born of a feud over river commerce- .'h Apaf.ad
.. Jn e._ story is different 1.s far as greensare have the State Farm
Looks like there will be about Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Mr. Road cola Cattioun County was formed m 1838. Income i*
ft It is also predicted that 'competition in all concerned. Too much water the sane spring crops planted around and Mrs. W. C. Conner and hard-surfacing included in the derived from general farming lumber and livestock.

: branches of retailing will get keener and keener standing can mess up ,a greens here, according to a fertilizer daughter Yvonne of Starke visited 1934 budget of the State Road "Raising" worms for fish bait has reached ttwt proportion

: .; as-the super-center trend continues. As one patch in no time. at all. man who has talked to fit Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Thomas Dept. of a major industry. Calhoun County toted too, for ill

: commentator ;puts it: "L ss efficient merchants number 6f 'growers. Hfc ,said that New Years day. The commission received a let- fupelo honey outstanding; beef and dairy cattle business,

: twill be forced, to close 1 as profit margins are The pretty yaupoh lie that we IKe planting this year win be about There was a family reunion ter from Gov. Dave Sholtz complimenting and profitable tung oil( industry. The Dead tales lad .
ret out lost all its leaves and we're the sorhe. but less coke andpractically the county on the institution -
.. squeezed further by 'rising costs. More independent held at the home 'of Mrs. Groove picturesque ApalachJcola River provide splendid hunting
afraid that it is dead. We thought ; no Irish potatoes. of a road patrol to aid
= ..:'stores will be taken over, by the big chains, that the tree liked a lot of moisture 54 Thomas Christmas day Those in the state's safety campaign.The and fishing. County seat is Hountrfow, named &r a

: -*'hosecentralized: buying.and accounting practices but fl may Save had too 'Only five weeks until spring, and present Mrs.for>E.the M. .occasion were Mr. commissioners also voted to IAdian chief and its first settle.
Mr. andfrs.
...... ,and'huge sates, Volume help them hold down much and we still ndt had a frost at Ray Wilson Starling of Jacksonville, allow Deputy Melvin McKinney a .la progressive, Calhoun Coon, and feronglreui

costs." 5S cur home garden yet. Can,it be Mr. ani Mrs. Wilbur Thomas.Mr. $75 salary advance to be repaid Florida the United States Brewers Foundation worb
...' .'.' Got score delicious homemadeindy.and that well get through without for the purchase of a motorcycle. constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale wider
this .
But is not to say that the smaller independents and Mrs. Bill Genevar and' .
home-made blackberry Jack at the Angel conditions. that strict I
Frost nipping Mrs. Dinton of pleasant, orderly Believing **
: should throw in the towel and leave the
field "to the, jelly for Christmas, and we think Trumpet 'vine! We hope Old Man and,,Mrs., .Woodrow Thcrnas, and j ,Lawtey CCC Camp boys won enforcement serves the best interest of the people of
:: glittering super-centers. It would that things like that make thebest Winter doesn't read! this and children and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. the Florida-Georgia Football Conference Rorida, the Foundation stresses dose cooperation wHn
be a sad day for the ,American way of life if that kind, of holiday presents.. blow his icy breath down oued r Thomas.: by defeating Waycross. the Armed Forces law.enforcement and governing Ofl.

: ,were"allowed! :to ,happen. And it needn't be. Despite Alice also f got 1\ pretty little rBROOKER I backs!______ Mr. and Mrs. E. 'C. Lewis and Ga. 7-0 in a hard-fought gameon ciaJs in Hs continuing .self{e9ulatio"" program
the growth;>> of.super-center organizations, ..yyyy- -. .....- .....-. dren of Dundee, Mrand Mrs. Rudolph son Mead and Mr. and Mrs. New Year's Day. -

: retailihg"specialists insist that there i is still a Stokes and children of Ala- Reed_Lewis and children of f S" BEER FLORIDA'S '\rsr, G ailed SBreoer.

place,for the independent merchant with an imaginative chua, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stokes Starke visited the Woodrow "Alice In Wonderland" was LIGHT, BRIGHT .;. -;I Poaadaias

:. approach to selling, and a flair for and children of Brooker and Mr. Thomas family New Years day. playing: at the Ritz Theatre. BEVERAGE l f' ,.t'IoriIoI Dioioiee
Mrs. Joyce ,Castleen and Sons ft' 'P' J0J ..Hmm ws
:, findingnew ways to meet competition. and Mrs. Guy Johnson of Georgia J
By Barbara Sue Davis ,S Mmi. fhn4
Atkinson visited One of the CWA
visited Mrs. H. E. Stokes during Mrs. workers whileworkln
: In, other. vor3sthe. smaller:independents! havegot Reed Lewis In. .
.&&'a&a&. && A A&&I the holidays. Starke Saturday. ? on the side-walk by the
to "fight fire with fire, offering better merchandise
Mrs. Eva Harrell returned home =
r at competitive prices and joining together Visiting the W. E. Bigham family after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,
.. % over the weekend were: Mr.
ih aggressive promotion efforts to match j Emory in Palatka for several days.
S. those of the glamorous bg-ity! shopping centers. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood Mr. and We are happy to see Mrs. Harrell FLORIDA BANK AT STARKESTARKE
Mrs. L. I.. Hardee Sr.. and Mr.
= That i js.what our Starke merchants are proposing end Mrs. Jim Whittle and sons, home from the hospital.
.:to/ddjn the i new\ year and that is why we'repredicting : all are from Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davis and
: children C. D. Dowling and Mr. FLORIDA .
they'll still be here 'and riPortrngood a Little Ricky Whittle returned to were
and Mrs N. J. Davis In the
:: year at tire close of 1959, notwithstanding Jacksonville after staying withBilly Scrub during the New Year holi STATEMENT OF CONDITION
the'stiffer competition offered by the mushroom Bigham for a week. _

:: ing super'centers and the ever-present mail orderahd Creig Wood returned home aft days.Mr., and Mrs. Jack Eddie of ,. Condensed from Report to Comptroller

: "discount houses er spending two weeks with the Waldo were Sunday afternoon -,

Remember: "There i is still 'a lace for the independent W.Mr.E. and Bigham Mrs.family.Fred McDavidand guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Da- December 31, 1958

;I. merchant with an i imaginative! approach Brenda and Don took Carolyn vis.C. W, Dowling returned home

to sellirigand: a flair for finding new ways to i McDavid to Georgia State Collegefor to Jacksonville Saturday 'alter an

;.. meet, competition r !' Women at MiHedgville, Ga.' extended stay with the N. J. Da- ResourcesLoans
.. ., Carolyn
.. \, has been home for two vas family.

!Operation t Azalea' Annette Green and Barbara Su The Sunbeams R. A. and O. A. and. Discounts 1,255,113.97

"'.., bavis returned to the Universityof groups will meet at the churchT .
:- Florida Sunday afternoon. \: sday afternoon at 3 p.m. Banking House, ''Furniture & Fixtures
Ope,.of the best- suggestions Heart! m a l lo'ng Both girls were visiting their families The WMU will hold its meetingat 15,132.02

: time is ,the one made by City Councilman, Ruby over the holidays.Pvt. the church Thursday 'at 9::30 Other Real l Estate Owned
: Johns in a recent talk before the Garden Clu b. Austin Gay has returnedto.his a m. AIl visitors are welcome. 20,000.00

It is that each.member make 100( or'more azalea base after a two weeleave ks Those on the sick list for the Prepaid Expenses

: 'c tUhgs each* Spring and at the end of the year, spent with his parents. Mr. week were Steve Tinney, Mrs. 464.19
: ,,'hej1th )' are ready'for and Mrs. G. A. Gay. Walley Crews. and Mrs. Jean Other
transplanting, give them 1 Resources
.. to friends- and, neighbors. Mr. ,end Mrs. Gerald Gay and Douglas. We hope at this writing 293.73
Y sons of Miami were weekend they are very much improved.-,-
.. Mrs. -Johns said' that in two or three years guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Gay. PARTIES ,. Accrued Interest& Income Receivable 22,942.19

:- every yard in Starke would be abloom with azal- Pvt. Austin Gay and Wayne Sharon Harrell celebrated her

.. 'eas. She added that this has long been an am- Parrish recently visited their] 11th birthday with a party for 21 U. S. Government Securities 1941027.65
: biti9ri (heYjf grandmother. Mrs. G. R. Parrish. friends at the Community Center
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery and Saturday afternoon Florida
Jan. 3. &
: \yith the Garden Club behind such a. project, sons of DeFuniak Springs accompanied i- The table was covered with a County : Municipal Bonds 325,257.94

: we: look forward to a more beautiful Starke, a by Mr. and Mrs. Earl: lace cloth and centered with a Other State
.. city -that may. become famous for its azalea Green and niece. Cherrie Hinton, large pink and green basket. Municipal Bonds 185,458.72Cash

: perhaps .it is_ not wise to try to do too much at Visited Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bar- Several games were played, and Hand
nette. in Miami a few days last prizes were won by Janice .Mott. on and Due From Banks 248,2 7.97
: but 2,722,894.47
f once! ,we, would like to see Bradford County week. <
Bonnie Eddie and Brenda Green.
:.. residents conscious of the fact that we cah tiave Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and Favor baskets of candy were TOTAL

greenery and flowers most of each year, and all, daughters. Shirley and Linda and given to the guests and refreshments 4013898.38;

: of some years, making beauty for ourselves and Ann Vickery visited relatives at of hamburgers potato chips -

: joy fo the el: "of the tourist who comes from an Lake Placid i New Year Day. and Coca Cola were served by the

area whose trees ire bare or snow-laden in the Ann Vickery of DeFjriiak following hostesses: Mrs M. D.lIarrell. Liabilities
: winter. Springs visited Linda Green during Mrs. Guy Harr n. 1m..

the holidays. Joan Eddi Mrs. W H. Eddi anMr. **
: In the offices of Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. Mattie Barry visited ,
Mrs. G. W. Eddi. Sharon received Capital) Stock
:: Dorothy Ross and County Agent George flu g- and Mrs. Coleman Dees in Haines? marry lovely gifts. 150,000.00

... gins you may obtain a copy of a very fine .bulletinpublished City over the weekend. Gale Andrews was hostess for Surplus

\ : by the State Department of Agriculture 1|_ Mrs. R. K. Dukes and daughf 1- a New Year's Eve party which 200,000.00:

.. "Flowers for Florida Homes." The latest Dianne of like Butler were due to power failure and rain Undivided Profits
M edition) Wednesday afternoon guests of could not continue for the young 15,519.71 365,519.71
of this bulletin is
((59)) beautifully illa u' _.
Mrand Mrs. T. W. Markey. people to the "
greet New Year to-
strated. It also contains a planting guide and Reserve
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barnettc gether.T. for Contingencies
list. of time of bloom, as well as description of and sons. of Miami1Sited the, Mr. 'and Mrs, Reddish Andrews 111,876.39 .

: many varieties and how ta grow and propagate W. Markeys.. recently. served refreshments to the 50 Reserve for Taxes Interest Etc.
:: 'them. Mr. and Mrs Roy Green and young people. In spite of the rain 29,679.00

: Starke has already come a long'ay along the children visited the J,, T. Taylor and power failure. Gale, we all Interest & Income Collected Not Earned
road beautification in recent and ,G. E. McHauley families of enjoyed the party. 35,167.29
;years, thanks to
: ,the efforts Palatka: recently. Ten young people collected .at Bills "
of the Garden
Club Payable
and others. With
Thursdsy. Mr. and Mrs. J. 2the
.. hem of Sue and Carolyn Me- 160,000.00
'just' a little extra effort now on the part of every Shaw of Lacrosse visited the RoyGrren David to greet the New Year
one we could make our ,town a bright spot for family. Wednesday night: Deposits 3311655.99

: thousands of tourists who come through here Kenneth Green and Stanley ,Games were played dancing. !

.' daily and whose numbers will undoubtedly i n'- Green ,visited their respective par- and "Auld Lang Syne" was sung TOTAL I
:: x crease with the'improvement of U. i S. 301: now ents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and to greet the New Year. One of the ,,4013898.38 I
bar and Mrs. A. L. Green over I
under way. ycung, people Terry McDavid.
w the weekend.Mr. greeted the New Year in thof e 1 1I
4 and Mrs. Arthur Stokes ) deepest of slumbers. I

>I., .. -_ Starke attended the big meetingat > A party of seven celebrated the" FLORIDA
: THE BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH New Hcpe Church Sunday _and New Year Thursday, night with Bank,
E ... 1 ICST. IIT' visited the G. W. Davie family in Sue and Carolyn McDavid at the '

the afternoon. McDavid home.. .f. Em Starke
.- n.ORlDA'S OLDEST'WEEKtT cER e,. Mrs. Buddy Stokes of Starke: Personals One of 28 Banks In_ the FVmdaKAUoaAl I
', ; --, '..- .-----. and Mrs H. E. Stokes are visiting ,Mr. and
': "rEa BUSHED! CONTicOT3L I Mrs. Mint and Mrs Te- Group
moo Mr. and Mrs. Carl Martin in-M 1 ieldo Crosby of Jacksonville were
.. E End
rxt'cR: .THE AAME MA'STaaso. ami for a rw'days. Sunday luncheon guests of Mrs.
: I ,, lj.'f.e i.ca .. Mr. and Mrs. Stokes
]7i.i.ii Piinl ftrrmt Class "Utt Dewey a Betty Gainey and children. '

'.t ........,..'.,./. .mr* at !,'f tsr4te.rlir ."iniHer.let. *v f Mar/*, IWt.. con. Mr. and. Mrs. Harvey )FippSnd ,Mrs. Ji R, Davisnd son. Ed- MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ...cr. .***
--' children ,
I 0 of Jacksonville.Jtfr.1 ward of Cocoa were Saturday '-' ; -
and 'Mrs. Leroy Stokes and chi 1 I- overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs 'I j


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.r Marriage Rites Bias Are Hosts I i i FARM)

Held In KeystoneMr. Sonny and Arlen Bias were hostsat I

a New Year's Eve party at By 3Irs. Q. E.. Cllf.'b1 .t

: and Mrs. Andrew Leroy their home 920 Thomas street. ': WAAAAAvWe A &

Robinson of Greenwood, Miss. announce I
The 30 teenagers enjoyed: danc. ,
.. the marriage of their i 'were sorry to hear that J.:
tng and refreshments throughout ;
Gladys MootyWoman's daughter. "Stella Jean, to Louis the P. Whitt is in the hospital. Wrt

..... """ -. ..-...-.. -..-.-.. ...- ..... .......,_.. '"_ ,.a-- i Carlton Wise son of Mr. and Mrs. i evening. [hope he will soon be home again

Club Sets New Year's Eve 1 Chester Wise of Starke. t ........ .. .......... (! and feeling better.
The double nng ceremony was I Correction -I would like to

Program In Art Party Is Held performed by Rev. J. R. Smith on CLAY HILL make a correction in last weeks

.A Dec, 24 at 5:30 o'clock at the I j:column. Miss Joan Hingston and

For Next Wednesday"Art At Stallings Home home of Mr. and Mrs. John calls I i Eugene Johns were married in

3 a r, in Keystone Heights.The hy Sir*. J. L. StricklandLA 11 Folkston. Ga. in June. Their marriage
Anonymous" is the title ot Melissa, Tom, and Harry Stall- a- bride chose for her wedding F was announced in Decent.I .

the program to be presented by ings, and Miss Jackie Cohey entertained p a blue suit with black acces- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I[:ber and I am sorry that I was
the Fine Arts Department of tneWoman's I I!
Club on Wednesday at at a delightful New .e sories and wore a white orchid Those on the sick list for the II I,I confused about the item.

3:30 Mrs. R P. AlcLendon, Year's Eve party: at the Stallings corsage.Among"! last week or more are Ted Man- i Mrs. H. M. Richarde Is still on
p.m. those attending the wedding : England's children -
ring all of Faye
chairman, advises that the pro- home in Waldo honoring the Stallings' .:crutches after several weeks. She
and small reception were ..11.r.and except Willie and Joseph,
will of local interest and js suffering from sprains and se-
gram house guests, Misses Alison
Mrs. Chester
i Wise of Starke. I Minnie Moore the Higdon fam- .
I bruises received when\ she
full of surprises. Mrs. K. G. Duncan Cann and Saranda Kalli of Daytona The bride is a graduate of ily especially Herbert, Lunnie and I vere

program chairman, will assist I I Beach. Greenwood High School, attended Ola Pidgttt. Pete Royston and j I ell in Gainesville. during earlyDecember.

I The Stallinss home was lovely Mississippi College in Clinton Jim Strickland., Jim and Bessie: I I'
Hostesses for the meeting will --- Miss., and graduated from Mississippi church Miss Ernestine Brown daughterof
for the occasion with Christmas were unable to attend I' '
be Mrs. J. M. Vickers, chairman, State Coliege fl5r Women of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown
decorations, red and white predominating Martha Wirikler Sunday. Jim has had a seige
left Tuesday for Miami to spend
Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs..A. Kus- placed at vantage I, in Columbus1iss., 'the fl J. Rev. George Chism and.
Engagement Told Mr. Wise graduated from BHS, I some time with her sister. She
sell NOlman.lrs.. C. J. Malone I, {joints throughout the party Cecil Hardee visited the Strick-
class of '54, and attended the University (will attend school there. We hope
Mrs. Nat Dankel, Mrs. Vieorge L.I I rooms. The refreshment table lands Sunday evening and Jim
Mr. and Mrs E.A.. Winkler an- .: of Florida. .c I r she will enjoy her new home.
Patten, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. i I I was lovely with a green damask ; told them that what he had was
nounce the engagement of their | After a short wedding trip to I Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis have
Guy Sale, Mrs. Aierntt Williams,{i i cloth! centered with a red and Gordon 1 1I worse than the flu-it was the i I
Mrs. B. E. Costello, Mrs. H. 1'. {i I white Christmas rangement. ,I daughter. Martha Joann. of to Mrs. I II I Brunswick, -Ga. they are residing old time tpitzootic! Bessie j returned home after spending two
I I Ray Ambrose son in Keystone Heights where Mr. 1 Kansas.
Morgan, Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair, and Silver trays and compotes held I wouldn't burn chicken feathers creeks visiting relatives in
Phillip M. Ambrose or Plymouth, Wise is Electric
I IiN.C. employed at Clay
Mrs. W. 7i. Graham. dainty: sandwiches, bisquits. cakes, I and sulphur under his nose to i 1 They probably saw a'ery white
i 'I Cooperative.
ruts and mints. cure it". so he had to smoke a Christmas.
will be an event ol :
The 70 guests enjoyed; lancing The wedding { whole box of cigars to get his i I Pete Harrell spent the weekend
Birthday Party with the date to be announced -
February' "
throughout the evening. Markleyann Johns head to working right. If he had ;jin Georgia with relatives He was
. For Dwight Elder i Hostess At Lovely told Bessie to burn these feathers i' accompanied home by his children

I Little Women and sulphur under his nose, she Judy and Glen who spew
Dwight Elder celebrated his Women New Year DanceThe r sure would han done it! She list weekend with their uncle and
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eleventh birthday Saturday atter- |To Meet MondayThe : I I aunt.
Met Monday NightThe couldn't get him to take anythingto
jioon with a matinee party for IS Starke Woman's Club was: Barbara Jean Norman Weds Frank L Reddish break: the flu and she would Thought for the week-A deed
Little Women's Club will
friends. the setting for'a lovely dance giv.tn have been to do almost well done will
: be long remembered.
Dwight aid guests enjoyed refreshments told its monthly meeting on Monday monthly meeting of the I Thursday night Jan. -1, from In Heilbronn Springs Church On Dec. 24 anything to get some sleep and A kind word spoken will linger

at his home at 555 W. Jan. 12, at V:3y p.m. m the Junior Woman's Club was held ; eight to twelve o'clock by Miss rest! forever.

Washington street before attend- clubhouse. A program 'will be Monday evening in the Pecan j MarkTeyann Johns. I I The Heilbronn Baptist! Church neckline to the waist in back. The !i j'i:i Well vre went hunting again

ing the matinee. They were ac presented on sandwich-making Room. A pink color motif was achieved was the setting for a beautiful long flaring skirt featured insets I
one night:: last week. A skunk had I Ii Eagle Stores Head
companied to the show by Angela with Mary K. Wainwright as rm the party decorations with I vedding Wednesday afternoon.Dec. of white illusion in the front and i.
Dr. James C. Lamer Jr., pedi- i come to the chicken house and
Elder and Charlene Hardy. chairman. Hostesses will be pink "Sputniks" hanging from the 24 at 4 o'clock when Miss back panels. Her finger-tip veil of |i i Attending National l.
atrician from Jacksonville guest I dug: all around, making nice little"wells"
Mrs. George Macarges assisted Kathleen Conway, Martha Dayton ceiling lights and a large Happy i Barbara Jean Norman, daughterof sheerest illusion was held in place 1
(speaker,.gave an enlightening and (i all around back there-
Mrs. M. D. Elder in serving re Linda Gaskins, and Susan interesting talk about small children New Year spread across the stage: Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Jr. by a tiara of seed pearls and se- we discovered this the next morn- Merchants ConventionHarvey

freshments. Wait curtains. The refreshment table of Starke. became the bride of quins. Her only ornament was a
and the part parents play in : ing. The next night Bessie was DeVane of Lake City
in the sunroom was loelytn Frank Lamar Reddish, son of single strand of pearls and she
rearing ard: protecting their chil- sitting crocheting and wondering I: a partner in Eagle Stores, is at-
an imported linen cutwork cloth, Mrs. Morrell Carradine of Lawtey carried a white Bible topped with
dren. A question and answer per- '' i if the skunk had come back yet. I I lending the 48th annual convention '
: centered with an artistic pink and the late Russell Reddish. double purple-throated orchids in .
iod followed the talk. 'I' a'I i Jim gets up and sneaks out. Bes- of the National Retail Merchants
Christmas arrangement around The double ring ceremony was the midst of white lily of the val-
NOTICETo will be held t sie right after him. She got to Association in New York
special meeting : tall pink taper. The crystal punchbowl performed by Rev. Otis T. Jones, ley with long white satin streamers -
the back porch when he comes City. The Eagle Stores
15 at organization
Thursday evening Jan. ,
at one end of the table was !pastor. tied with small lily of the val-
the friends I have to back urging. "Bring me the gun is a member of the NRAIA
many fixed 7:30: o'clock in the clubhouse surrounded by pink camellias, and The altar of the church was
ley.Mrs. RIGHT QUICK!" She took his which represents department
flower for I wish make further plans for the Spring balancing the arrangement were beautiful with pedestal baskets of Norman was attired in a
to say variety show.Wesleyan. 1 silver hold- gun to him ran back and got her specialty and chain stores
burning pink tapers in white chrysanthemums againsta lovely blue-grey lace afternoon '
Fun and followed him. He and the throughout the nation.
ers. Silver trays and compotes background of palms and flori- dress for her daughter's wedding,
THANK YOU I had chased Mr. Skunk, Bessie -
Guild i sandwiches cookies, dog The association's annual conven-
held dainty da greeneiy. Branched candelabrawith which was complimented with
I started out to hunt the skunk, tion is one of the retailing's leading -
candies and nuts. burning white tapers cast a tlack and white accessories anda
and that I Will Entertain going thE opposite direction to events and draws more than
am no longer in the The 70 guests enjoyed dancing soft glow over the setting. The corsage of white carnations.Mrs. .
the hours. where Jim told her the skunk had ;r.ooo persons each year for four
Florist Business 1 during party family pews were marked with Carradine wore a Navy
Wesleyan Service Guild. Units He followed her. he thought
gone. days of discussion of the
Mrs. Charley K. Johns was assisted Industry'smost
and 2, of the First Methodist I large white satin bows. blue afterncon dress trimmed in
then that little animal had .
poor pressing problems.The
in serving her daughter'sguests Mrs. E. M. Davis, pianist, play- white and blue and white acces-
MRS. L. G. POWELL Church will hold a reception honoring by Mrs. Jerome Johns Mrs. gone through the fence and left NRMA is the only national
members of the five circlesof ed nuptial music while the guests .ories. With this she wore a white
i us-after he had shot at it once- retail trade organization functioning -
I Joe Arnold, and Mrs. J. W. HItch.I
assembled, and the traditional carnation
the WSCS at 8 p.m. Tuesday.Jan. I V corsage.
I but Bessie heard the skunk defying specifically in the interest of

.. 13, in the Fellowship Hail. i wedding marches wete used. After the wedding the coupleleft the dog. tried to see where it the nation's department, specialty,
I i Franklin Ritch Paul J. Dobb of Ocala served on a short trip to South
was but her light was so very dim and chain stores. It devotes its
his nephew as best man and the Florida after which they will
Host At Dance. she couldn't see anything. so she efforts to the development of increased
ushers were Glen Norman, brother make their home in Gainesville.The .
turns to Jim and told him whereto Efficiency in all phases of
the bride and Keith Reddishof bride chose for traveling,
Franklin Ritch was host at a look. He started across the retail operatingprocedures) and
7" Starke. ccusin of the lovely royal blue fitted cf
groom. ress'
IMPORTANT NOTICETO Ntw Year's Eve party at his fence when she says. "OH. GIVE works closely with its members to
Miss Linda Catkins; .was thebride's wool jersey with black and white
home, 1218 E. Call street. ME A LIGHT THAT WILL keep them up to date on the lat.

Arrangements of red roses and only attendant., She was accessories and a corsage of double -, SHINE." grabs his light shines est techniques, and furthers the

red camellias were used to advantage attired in a lovely strapless peacock purple throated orchids. i industry's standards of integrity.
TAX PAYERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS% I the eyes of the skunk and shoots
lace net waltz
in decorating the party green and The bride is a graduate of i the poor thing so dead it couldn't NRMA members last year rang
length gown with matching lace Bradfcid High ... hool class of
room for the occasion. The dining I even kick. She though she could- up more than 17 million dollars
| jacket net gloves and white satin '56, and is new employed .
room table was beautiful with as I n't shoot since she had been on in sales This year convention discussions
an imported white cutwork cloth II slipper;. The skirt of the gown Secretary for the Plant Pathology are themed to "Selling IS
According to Sec. 7 Article '10 of the Fla. Constitution the puny list! Jim says "Well.
Vas continuous of lace and
rows Dept. of the University
of Florida : '
and centered with a silver bowl : I what did shoot?" Of everybody's job. Similar sessions
you course
Every person who has been receiving homestead exemption and : holding red rosebuds. Burning J,net over taffeta. She carried cascade in Gainesville. Mr. Reddish is a she soon told him, he didn't believe :: will aim at showing merchants -

white candles in silver holders!I I bouquet of white pompoms graduate: of Union High School how every phase of their
those receive it for the first time should withoutfail her. she parted the bushes.
expecting to '
balanced the setting. Silver trays with white satin ribbon and white class of 54. and is presently employed operation can be coordinated to
went up to the fence showed him
sign the application on or before April 1st of each year and compotes held sandwiches, net.The ] in Federal and State Government and the dog the skunk. She came best serve the stores and the
nuts and mints. A crystal punchbowl bride who was given in as an Inspector of fruits consumers.
away from the fence with some
with the Tax Assessor.The rested on a silver tray and marriage by her father, chose for and vegetables.Out .
"very rare" )perfume on her dress .
was surrounded by red camellias. her wedding, a beautiful Chantilly cf town guests at the wed-
: so the dress is hanging to air largest breed he had ever seen,
Homestead Law Provides that MUST be Resident of the Countysix
person a The eleven couples invietd to the lace floor length gown over ding were Mr. and Mrs. Paul J.
months prior and a Resident of the State twelve months prior to January 1st 'affair enjoyed dancing and retresh- white satin. The fitted bodice was Dobbs end family of Ocala. Mr. out even yet The next morningJim so we suppose we got It. Wehaven't
thought maybe Bessie of
of the year in which he claims the Homestead Exemption, AND no person is en- ments during the party hours. fashioned with a round scalloped and Mrs. J. O. Jenkins and sons was seen any more signs
mistaken she didn't kill the one at the chicken house. We will
other the :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. HItch neckline trimmed with pearlized of Jacksonville and Mrs. Lula Mae
titled to the Exemption when he votes in a County or Precinct than were skunk. He went back in daylightto you know when we find another -
j assisted in serving by Mrs, M. G. beads! and the long lace sleeves Marshall, Mrs. Sophia Thomas, (Ilet
in which the is located.
one property see. and found one of the one-is this hunt enough?
McMillan. tapered to points over her wrists. and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hubbard. ,

Lace covered buttons ran from the ell of Gainesville.

Listed below are the classes of property for which the Taxpayer I Tanner Home

Beta PhiThe
I SHOULD file his return: Scene Of s Sigma

PartyMiss f Beta Sigma Phi sorority TIRE SALE!

REAL ESTATE Hilma Tanner and Harvey will meet Monday evening Jan.
Tanner gave a delightful party 12, at 8 o'clock at the home of

I Friday evening, lec. 26, at their Mrs. Jerry Gay with Mrs. Donald BIGGEST BARGAINS

Your Land Plus IMPROVEMENTS. home at 130 N. Cherry street. Patray as cohostess.
Christmas decorations were used 1. '4,,' FOR 1959

for the occasion. Refreshments -i
Bradford County Hospital announces -
j, of dips crackers, cookies candies .
and Coca-Colas were served from ATPJJIj'

a snack, bar Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirch- ,, TIRES BAD THAT'S

of Merchandise The 100 enjoyed aine of Starke. a son, Ronald l
young guests 'IIY WE ARE OFFERING
i dancing during the party hours, 8 Keith, Jan. 1.

Equipment and Furnishings, ( to 12 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs.. James Watts Fri.. Sat. Jan. 9, 10 m SUCH Buts.THE !

Livestock Boats & Motors :Mrs. E. E. Tanner was assisted: Hutchins of Hawthorne, a son DOUBLE FEATURE -
in serving by Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Ronald Lynn Jan. 4. The Reluctant

Tractors, Farm Equipment, : Thomas, I Mr. and :Mrs. Isaiah Todd of
Effects Lake Butler a son, Jan. 5. Debutante .
Household Goods and Personal (1st $1,000 valuation

'Elementary PTA Mr. and Mrs Lloyd James Bry- Rex Harrison Kay Kendall 75Q x 14 BLACK GUARAN.

exempt) Hears State TrooperHighway an of Starke, a daughter, Jan. 6. AND TIRE AND TUBE $12.36HETREAD

Man From God's FOR ONLY

safety and traffic regulations t .
INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY were discussed by State Country With Your. Old Tire No Tax

i Trooper Vincent Smallwood at a

i This includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified checks, I meeting of the Starke Elementary I'lus With"ew George Serial' :Montgomery Chapter No. I, WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE

I bills of exchange, drafts and money placed with savings, building ,School cafetorium.PTA The Tuesday speaker night was in the introduced .. ... f'' Cartoon."Panther Girl of the Congo" and DISTRIBUTORS IN LEE BRADFORD TIRES COUNTY FOR

and loan associations. I by Trooper Reed Har- ZJJt./

All stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated companies was decided to send Mrs. H. I Jan. 11. 12. 13

I all bonds except bonds of the United States Governmentand M.a delegate Hatcher to Jr.a.two-day the president workshipin as I DOUBLE FEATURE Carry 15 Mo. Road Hazard Unconditional Guarantee

its agencies and all notes accounts and bills receivable, mort- Tallahassee this month. .She doctor'scare'and Legend of the LostJohn

will report on this statwide activity S Accept your TUBE TYPE BLACK TUBELESS BLACK
gages on real and personal property situated outside of Florida, at thp next meeting on Tuesday counseL That is Wayne, Sophia Loren andRotsano '. 750
Brazzi 670 15 13.45 x -
annuities Feb.,3 at 7:30 p. m. the safest, surest way to a x -
etc. And then, ANDJEANNE
1 rapid
recovery. 670 x 15 16.25
710 15 15.85
t First Baptist WMU be sure to bring prescrip- EAGELSKim x -

All the above are Due On or Before April 1st of Each YearWe Met .At Church. tions to this Reliable phar- 760 x 15 17.25 WHITE SIDEWALLS
macy for courteous, competent .. Novak and Jeff Chandler
14 21.00
compounding. Plus Color Cartoon for Kid* X -

encourage you to work with us on these forms, and to contact us on any' The WMU "of the First Baptist WHITE SIDEWALLS 800 ,x 14 22,40

problem that you may have. In the past years our county has grown and expanded Church held its monthly lunch- Wed. Thur. Jan. 14. 15 .

economically, all of this has increased the demands of all Tax supported eon, business, and program meet- FLYNN'S'. DOUBLE FEATURE 670x15 17,25 670 x 15 19.50

agencies in the County. The only way we can meet these demands is by a Uni- ing at with the church Mrs. J.Tuesday E. Hidlebran at 12 TERRORIn 710x 15 18.86 710 x 15 22.00

form System and close relations with you, the Property Owner. We respectfullyask noon presiding. DRUG STOREPhone
whole hearted cooperation. r> A Texas Town With Recappable: Trade-in or Add $3.00 -Plus Tax
your Mrs. L. C. Smith, leader of the

Annie Armstrong Circle had WO 9.2651 Sterling Hayden, Carol Kelly

I' GENE LONGTax charge of the program on Home AND

Missions Taking part were Mrs. HIGH HELLJohn STARKE RECAP CO.

Paul Raymond. Mrs. M. F. Hazen m.

Assessor and Mrs. L. C. Powell. The devotional 135 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-0221
Derek, Elaine Stewart .. ...... .
_.. __.::..__ _ "D. -
was gives by Mrs: L. Plus Color Cartoon

Haines and Mrs. W. B. Mundy.





_..._.,.. ...,... .-" -, ,__.-. A- _- _. __L,0.... Miss EUssa Stefanelli- has re Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Graham anil .yy V.aiV.vvyVVYV... i i ii U1.&&........ .... .a.1._ _& I Mosely and family. More S

turned to Jones Business 'College : family had as holiday guests at <'ii;).ting friends and relatives Of I e L dlmgs

after sending three weeks vacation .I their camp in the Scrub Mr. and HEILBRONN EVERGREEN this community last week were for SaleFlorida

with her family. Mrs. Andy Morse and daughter, i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cawthorn and Offered

FALL CLEARANCE FRIDAY Jennie of Lakeland< Donald Roach By Stanley Crawford family of Crest view.
cf Clearwater, Capt. and Mrs. K. i By Sirs. Harvey McCarthy: Mr. and Mrs. Fisher
AND SATURDAY AT LEILA'SMr. ...w.vv..wr; ........ Gaskins and Forset Service nurseries
and Mrs. G. E. Snow are E. Rhodes and family of Biloxi:' :.....&.&&&..&&......... family visited Gordon Griff at I still Have slash pine seedlings,: forsale

IN THE EWS spending the weekend in Orlando .i Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Montietnof Mr. and Mrs. Eugene )tacUonId the Bradford County Hospital Sat- to landowners during the remainder
r and MisS Jane Hello Folks and congratulations and of Jacksonvillespent <
with Mr. and Mrs. Robrt Knight Jacksonville, family urday night and also visited the of the planting season,
Guy of Gainesville. to Miss Barbara Jean Norman the- weekend with her parents Chism of
Rudolph family Starke.
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas.Mr. according to Management
----- -- and Frank Lamar Reddish Mr. Gnftis.
and Airs. Clyde
M. C. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.
and.Mrs. Drew Reddish and Mr. and Mrs r; Quimby Q, A. Bonninghausen."Rain .
Mrs. Nell Beavers of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. J.E.. Wall, Jr. and family and John Arthur Reddish III have returned to their home in who were united in matrimonyat Aliases Yvonne and Betty Gas- Rosier last week were Britt Ros during the past two
Roanoke, Va. after spending the Heilbronn Church Christmas ; kins of Jacksonville spent the ier. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade and
is spending a few days family visited Mr. and Mrs. Pres- spent Thursday to Saturday at weeks makes now a good time to
with ,her daughter, Mrs. W. N.! ton Green in Adel. Ga. on New Cedar Key. I holidays with her parents, Mr. and Eve afternoon (see Social page for I we'kendith their parents. daughter of Hampton. Mr. ana plant. he said, "and landownerscan

, North. Year's day. Rev. and Mrs. G. Van Stephensof : Mrs. C. L. Scholl. I full details; and picture.] May God Airs. BeiTce Sullivan of Jacksonville Mrs. George Griffis and daughter.Mr. :; prompt delivery from
t I forever bless guard and protect Mrs. Virgie CoWmg of and Mrs. Edmond Hosier and expect
Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. Ray ..?\\'-I! Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wood had Raligh, N. C. are spending sev- II I Mrs. Bruce L. Davis ol Arcadia I Ii walk Forest Service nurseries."
this couple they hand in
as Plant City and Mrs. Jean Brook- family of Lawtey. Mr. Ruby \Vauldrcn -
fotas, Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. Arvie ;as New Year's day guests Mrs. eral days with J.'js. W. N. North. i was overnight guest last Fridayof The seedlings are sold by the
I' hand down life's highway together. ins of Cocoa we're visiting friends
Atr. and Airs. M. Davis. !Mr and Mrs. Clyde Griffis.
Maze, and Mrs. W. B. Muntiy attended Jessie Morgan and Mr.and Mrs. Miss Sylvia Paul was visitingher E. !Service at cost to landowners. The
and relatives in this Mrs. J. E. Norman and Mr. and
a showing of "Soath Pacifie" Percy L. Thomas of Jacksonville, cousin, Miss Vivian Paulk in I Mrs. Effie Johns had as NewYear's 1 I community price is $4 thousand FOB at
last week. Mrs. Rile Grove of per
I Congratulations are also extended Macclenny.Mr.
dinner Al. 1
in Jacksonville Wed.l dar and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Lake City over the weekend. I day guests I I the
Mr. to Mr. and Mrs. William Air. and Airs. KosSer and Mrs. Don Henly and i nnrstry.
/ afternoc Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Nona Priest; will return I Carter of Lake Worth. and I I Guy ot order
confined in : Airs. Oscar Carter and Air. and Green and family_, who recently Baker County visited Airs. Jean family have returned to their Landowners who wish' to
Jr. and family of Starke. Friday after being
, Miss Marcia Miller returned to Mrs. Richard Carter of Lawtey. moved into their new home. Gaskins Saturday evening home in St Lou?. Mo. after spending < seedlings may get applicationsfrom
, Ardrcwp College in Cuthbert. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins Bradford County Hospital for the Mr. and Mrs the holidays win her parentsMr. the district foresters' offices
I Mrs. Randolph Crosby and Mrs. Now for our church announce- Billy Lee and fam-
afar spending the holidays with and family of Stockton, Ga. were past week. and Mrs. Willie Reddish< in Tallahassee. Panama City.
Henry Carter of Maxville. ments for the week. There will be ily of Green Cove visited ir- anaAirs. .
rrr Mr. and Mrs. W. R.1.I.11cr weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews entertained '
I palents at a farewell dinner Dr. Wei-Ting Chen, minister ol a WMU program and business Earl Mosely and family Sunday Henry Reddish, who has been Lake City. Lakeland or Ocala; or

They had as a weekend I D. Vining. last Friday evening for Mr. and the: Chi-Nan Road Church in meeting held at the church tonight afternoon. working in St. Louis. Mo.. spent from Comity rangers! farm for

r fcu:st. Dean Brown of Dunedin I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Thompsonof Mrs. Lt N. Pickering. Also presentwere Taipei Formosa, was the guest at 7:30. All ladies are urgedto I Mrs. Jewell Pringle and childrenof last weeK with his parents. Henry I' esters. SCS technicians or county

v'-o if alto: a student at Andrew Marathon were weekend guestsof Monday and Tuesday of Rev. and attend and take part in this Satsuma visited relatives in has been transferred and will now agents. Bonninghausen said.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pickeringand I I
C01 egc. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomasat Mrs. Donald Kokomoor while here great work. Sundays fine preach- I I this community Sunday. work in Atlanta.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsof t -
Ai-C: Dillard W. Judd of Kces- their camp in the Scrub. Gainesville. as guest speaker at MethodISt ing by our Pastor Rev. Otis T. ;i Mr. and Airs. Harold Bcasley and and Mrs. Cecil E. CrawfordSr. I were ten churches represented ana<

ler AFB. Miss visited his mother, Mrs. R. A. Thomas celebratedher Church groups. j son were dinner guests of the \' in Locoochee and Tampa I
Mrs. W. N. North and son, Bill, Jones. Come and hear Rev. Jones nine ministers present.
Rirs.Freeman Johns in Starke, and 82nd birthday on Tuesday ),11'. and Mrs. J. H. Mitch returned the I Stanley Crawford's Sunday. Saturday night and Sunday.
and join
spent the holidays in Nashville. congregational sing- I Sever from Evergreen attended -
sister :'T .. C. Hayes Jr. in Lake with a family dinner party. Pre Tenn. with Mr. and Mrs. Tom January 1 after a month at ing of the songs you love to sing I Gordon Griffis is still in ttv They also attended church at theHilIsboro'l the Homecoming at the North

j Butler u'u other friends and relatives sent woe four children, one Womack.Mr. ,:I Johnson Fla. with Air. and Mrs. with Chorister, Russell Redding I Bradford County Hospital let's h Baptist Church in I Side Church Sunday.Don .
', 're during the holidays. grandchild and three great grand- ,1 I Hamilton Ritch. Mrs.. J. H. Kitch I don't forget to pray for him. Tampa. Sunday. ,
and Mrs. Sam Zack and assisted by Mrs. R. L. Morgan. t forget Sunday School at
I Jol W. Griffin of Ochlocknee.G children. ; !is stiii i confined to 'bed following Rev. and ){rs. J. Norman. ant I .
daughter ;pent the holidays in Jimmie Lee and cute little Ray I We were happy to have Kev.and 10 a.m. each Sunday. We had b2
: '. W. H. Thomson. Jr. FALL CLEARANCE FRIDAY : a hip injury several months ago. : son \\ visiting friends and relatives -
Orlando. Tampa and Jacksonville Norman with the talented Mrs. I. Mrs J. E. Lingerfelt of Mid"burg present last Sunday.
o'f M -.tic lir spent the weekend AND SATURDAY AT LEILA'S j i Mrs. C. A. Knight attended the in Sumter County Thursday fI 'in' church with Slln-
friends and relatives. Mr. Lamar Reddish at the piano. Remember r us -
wi ft IT-, and:: Mrs. F. F. Stump. :! Dr. and! Mrs. H. J. Kucera of viisting Zack was called to Union town. I j funeral of an uncle. Bun Withrow, the mid-week prayer service -i through Saturday. YOU'LL I.O"Et.' > new Stir
I Mis. G If fin. who has been here I It Tampa were New Year's Eve :n Jessup. Ga. on Monday. I Air. and Airs. Hewitt lance anii' 1 day.A In
I' Pa. the first of last week by the every Wednesday eveningand large crowd: enjoyed the brook pune-Mze- fountain pens,
the past three weeks, returned visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Ty- ,:[ EMI and Airs. Vernon Barnett daughters have returned to their $3.OS'at'Srfld.cord ; .
choir practice every Friday Watch Night services at Evergreen -I pastel shades. Only
serious illness of his grandfather..
I home v ith11': Griffin. : and children left Tuesday for San : home in Columbia, S. C. after!
us.Mrs. I Sam Zack. night both meetings at 7:30: p. m. XeYear's Eve. There County Tel l TTripb.
New Year's visitors of Mr. and J. V. Rowe was in St. VIn- I Dipgo. Calif., where Mr. Barnett I I'i I You I spending some time here with Mrs.
always wanted and need-
Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Hamptonwere cent's Hospital from Saturday to Hallmark Valentines at Bulling- is on duty with the Navy.I i td at are Heilbronn to help us: to Brice's parents Mr. and Mrs. I '. -

Mr and Mrs. R. R. Williamson Tuesdav for miner surgery.Mr. tbns.Mr. I and Mrs. D. J. Alornss ot bet-I James Rosier.
and Mrs. Don Bagwell and ter serve our Lord and Sa
of Marion S. C.. and O. Y. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon spent Washington D. C. left Sunday for Harold (Nook) Crawford ana
the weekend in, Hope was able to be
children spent everyone :,
and Lewis M. Williamson of the holidays in Chattanooga, Miami after spending a week with Robert Snelston of Charleston is.
Tenn. Mrs. Bagwell's present for the Elementary PTA
Chadbourn, N. c. all relatives of Tenn. with relatives.Mr. Hermitage j I Mrs. C. A. Knight C. spent from Wednesday afternoon -
mother, Mrs. Dixon returned with held in the Elementary I
Mrs. Wynn. and Mrs. E. Y. Barry.-Mrs. Mrs Ira Harris and family meeting till Saturday with Mr. and ,
them for two weeks' visit. Cafeteria Tuesday evening of this
FALL CLEARANCE FRIDAY Maude Jones and Mrs. Mattie spent the holidays with her parents Mrs. C. E. Crawford Sr. I
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering "eek.Harvey's.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Moore, Doyle 1'ringle who is in the
SATURDAY AT LEILA'S Matthews of Hertford N. C.
moved to Fauke Ark. ,
on Monday mother, Mrs. Leona I
friends and
Mrs. M. F. Brcwn and daughter spending a few days at Heilbronn : at Broxton. Ga. Marines was visiting
where will make their home.
they :\11' Mrs. I II I McCarthy and his sister. Mrs. of this last
and E.W. relatives
Hayes community
I I spent
.. Miss Florence Brown, spent Springs: during which time they Miss Faulkner ot
Mary Lawteyhas I John Stillwell and children, Linda 1\
the with Mr. and Mrs
Friday to Sunday at New Port will visit various points of interestin I purchased the Pickering house I II holidays and Johnny.of Fernandina Beach week. \
1 Wilson ElI tne reunion
Hayes and family in Those attending Pnngle -
Richey with: Col. and Mrs J. W. I Florida.: Westmoreland street. Prior I
cn Paso. Texas and also visited in visited in our home Sunday. at the W. J. Hen home at I
McNeer and Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald. FALL CLEARANCE FRIDAY to leaving Starke the Pickerings I j Peal or.
I I Alexico.i Cox spent New Year'sElg Yellow Water last Thursday were
Miss: Brown returned to her''AND SATURDAY AT LEILA'S I I
entertained at breakfast I'
were by II i Miss Pat Beecher of Lyons. Ga. with friends in Lake City. Mrs. Daisey Pringle, Mr. and Mrs.I
teaching position in Miami on I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelliand Mr. and Mrs Cula Coran. I !
I was a Monday to Thursday guest I Mrs. Lois Henson and son of Louin Redding and family. Mr. STEREO HIGH FIDEIITY
I Sunday.r cf Gainesville and MOST VERSATILE
family Mr. 1 Miss Temple tiess of Jacksonville -
}Ir. Carl :Jacksonville visited Sunday with and family -
last week of and Airs. and Mrs. Arthur Redding
and Mrs. E. Davis and i I PHONO SOUNDS ANI mtTWHEII
M. spent and Mrs. Anthony Caruso was a weekend guest ot Miss : I her PORTABLE
r parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie
I :i I.. Johns. : j i Mr. and Mrs Otis Brewer and
New Year's Day in Archer with family of Jacksonville were Sun- Jackie The two with: Jchns. Detachable
I girls tarll in room.
: sound good
Mrs. every
I )Irs. C. C. Mendoza and daugh- family and Mr. and Makes stereo
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Mamie I' day visitors; of Mr. and Mrs. Misses Melissa tallings of Waldo i i ter. Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville Miss Sandra Carmichael of I. i iI f speaker cabinets play close togetheror

Anderson. Henry Stefanelli.Mrs. j land Nancy Bates of the State Jacksonville weekend I weekend. far apart. 16-watt dual channel amplifier.
were visiting Airs. T. J. was guestof I
Mrs. Annie entered Rive-r-.I I R. B. Alvarez of Delray Separate tone controls balance con
Shelp Farm left Sunday for KSU. Griffin on Sunday. her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton and baby 4 speakers. carrying -
side Hospital' with I Beach visited relatives here the Mr. and Valentine 1 i i trol. Dual sapphire stylus. Luggage-type
: on Monday Mrs
j RUdolph Mrs. Bill Reddish snd her Mrs. W. J. Thorn-
!" first of the week. Airs. W. D. Hodge anti children and son, Keith. :: : guests case. Spice Brown '
near pneumonia. have rented the Andrews garage and Miss Cola Mae Suggs of Sum- Henry Thornton visited Sunday i i ton and Mrs. Mae Griffis visited leather-textured covering. $164 95

ppartment on W. Madison street. ter, S. C" were holiday guests ot with Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Hil- Monday evening! of this week with (Model SH12),

Mr. and Mrs. Frank ottinger of Mr and Airs. Douglas Hardy. j Bard and hew born son in Jack Mrs. W. J. Thornton's great

Kingsley Lake have purchased then :Mrs. Annie Lewis of Keystone sonville. grandmother, who is a patient in

, THEATRE w home at 1211 N. Bradford Heights, mother of Ovid Lewis Mrs. E. L. Cox and children the Glendale .hospital in Palatka. For FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONPHONE

street Saratoga Heights. is confined in the Bradford Coun- Marilyn Linda and Pearson and News is short this week. Everyone -

STARKE Mrs. Tyler Jones spent MewYear's ty Hospital. Her daughter. Mrs. Earl Norman visited in Jackson- is relaxing and taking life easy WO 4-7271
weekend in Miami
with W. G. Baxter, of Jacksonville is ville Friday. Marilyn and Pearson around a nice warm heater. Yes.
I Tues., Wed. Jan. 13. II Mr. and Mrs. L F. Hardigree.Miss here with Ute Lewis family duringher leturned 'to 'the University in the Christmas rush has come and

ROC'N 1 DOUBLE FEATURE Ginger Jones of Jacksonville confinement Gainesville Sunday where they gone the rain has gone we hope, j
will be home with her BULLINGTONSTUDIO
I .... parents are both students. but old man winter is just getting
...-eurt.... Mr. and A.Irs. Tyler Jones, t
?????????????nVYYnnY Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman in full swing.
this weekend before leaving for
RHYTHMAIRES spent the weekend at Ocala Forest Guess that's about all. .Mar
; Baltimore Md. where she will take AND GIFT SHOP!
\ ? INV 1.FVE1! hunting wild game. They were the Good Lord watch over you .
i I Ii three months special nurses training ..,_-..- .
i 1YithWendell at Featon Mental Institution. the guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. Billy and yours always as only He can .V ---*- -!

} \ Robert Siemer spent New Year's I Mrs. H. M. McRae.aaaaaa.a.a..a.a.aaa.r: I.Powell and report a very enjoyable do. bye now. 1 T

GriffinAnd weekend in Columbia :S.: C. with' -.. f
\. ': friends. I
i I Mr. and Airs. H. H. Lewis spent
Stereo Records at Bullington's.Air. '
\ Miss Ruth Card --." and .Irs. V. E. Uowling of New Year's Day with their son- the Employees of

Wellington. S. C., Mr. and Airs. i in-law and daughter. Mr. and \

V On Our Stage 1v"e1p"II-Y oGo Buck Raulerson of Jacksonville i Mrs. B. M. Thomas and family. atI I
, Brooker. They also visited Mr. and i
and L. R. Roberts of Lake Butler
were holiday guests of Mr. and I Mrs. Jesse Thomas at Brooker. \jl

II 2 BIG SHOWS 2. ..( li" 1 Mrs. Wesley Andrews. J! Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lewis of I The COMMUNITY STATE BANK

Mr. and Mrs. O.o'. Siemer Sr. i Kingsland. Ga. visited Mr. and I -

I have had as guests. Air. and Mrs. Mrs. H. H. LewIS Mr. and Mrs. W.

AT 3: I'M AND 8 I'M: I ..._, Hardy Fanning of Savannah, Ga.! C. Conner, and other relatives in i
from Tuesday to Monday. Air.: and and around Starke on Friday of

Mrs. A. E.DuPuis. of Hardeevilie, last week. Extend Best Wishes to You

I Sat., Jan 10, 1959 S. C. from Tuesday to Friday, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peavy and

on New Year's Day Mr. and Mrs. children of Ocoee attended church

DOUBLE; FEATURE Homer Booe and grandson. Ken. services here Sunday and were For a Happy and ProsperousNew

I r'r neth. of Miami, Mr. and Airs. dinner guests of the H. M. Mc-
,.. ... ... ....
"' "'"
Louis Davis ana son. AI, of Har- Raes. Other viistors of the Mc-
-- I dceville. S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Raes were Mrs. Maggie Underhill .

1 i i I ftLi:'wii'UR:! ) ww 0 KW( !)''XM!:: .DUIt'SIIC' H. F. Booe and children of Jack- and Mrs. Sue Myrick of Starke.
M **>,- I
.; : "t. sor.ville. I Mrs. H M. McRae and Mrs. J.

Miss June Harding will returnto ; W. McRae visited Mr. and Mrs.

I II' ANDSHE'S Atlanta. Ga. on Sunday after!John E. McRae and children and I WE ,GUARANTEE

: .. spending ten days with her par; Mrs Cclee at Starke Monday .

i.: HIS i'ntstr.. and Airs. T. K. Harding afternoon. The twin babies, a boy w.
: '-,....., .... Sr. and a girl are doing fine.AttENTlON.
'B' '--::.: TEACHER. I Sgt. and Mrs. T. B. Harding Jr. r. .j ._. .'- INTEREST ON YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT -

J.aCK HORSE but they and daughter Debra, leave Saturday s .

CANYON) I for New Jersey.: They willembark I sort MORE PAID ON SAYINGS -
efJ ot' can'tstay lor -
M Germany where Sgt.

I .. .. ,_. ...*1'mlm'lI'rlll....RACE GENTlY"u. !;, out ? Harding will serve three years THAN MOST OTHER BANKS.
further duty
1 I I of each Air. and Airs. Clyde E. LaAlee ALL DEPOSITS RECEIVED BY THE

and sons. Alike, Tom, and Jimmy. .

} AND f others have Augustine moved and to are Starke occupying from the St.: HELP WANTED 1 lO'rfr EARN FROM THE FIRST.

f An X-ray of America's arms? | Harper house at 1207 Blanding St. r t..4-'. ,: _.- -

No. Dr.am Girt I r .; in Saratoga He ahts. Air. LaAlee StART THE NEW YEAR RIGHT .

is the new manager !at Setter's WOMENAges%
I 4 I ,

I > ..1i'KIM. causerc. +us 13 I II W !. I' executive Norman officer H. Willis of the, cashier Community and.' ,, Open A Savings Account TODAY!

I State "of moved .
Bank Starke. : 18- 35 ONLY .
I T THE his family here from 'Fitzgerald., I I

I V As Young I Ga during the holidays d they J l -
: : GODDESSby are occupying the R. Alvarez. Sewing Machine

1 AsWe Are I home Willises on have Highway twt children 16. East.Alike The,. Operators

f-Y: ddy chayefsky I i 12. and Vickie. 9. I i lJhe Communi/v/ Slate Bank / StarkeI

; LLOYD ..."'...RGdili. j.*M..,.iA10* Pm""""SCOTT,'' ,- Air. and Airs. Charles Aleisterreturried ], On-The-Job Training I o

J BRIDGES wZ"''JlI'I) &kiD w'i f 1) l:'!: .1.. Sunday after spending: '
the holidays in.Orla'ndo with AlrVAIeisters ONE WEEIv
Plus "Signed, Sealed anClobbered" 1 H. STARKE FLORIDA
Plus 'Flora" Cartoon parents Dr. ana ATrs. I ,

Cartoon B. 1IcL ndon, and grandmother: PAID VACATIONHospiU

Sun.., Mon. Jan. 11, 12 Thur., Fri. Jan. 15, 16 Airs. E. S. Matthews. I r11r. I .
/ and Airs. Douglas Hardy l and Medical:

I and family spent Sunday with I Policy BenefitsAPPLICATIONS A Good; New Year's Resolution DONT LEAVE MONEY UN
Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. in Gaines-'J.J.ville : : A is to Open Your Checking AcPROTEC..ED, USE OUR NITE

S I COMMUNITY, DOING BUSINESS count at Our Bank, "It's Safe,
Mrs. Blanche Englander of Fort ,
PEOIt's: Fool Proof. Pay Your Bills
GREATEST 5r Lauderdale was a, holiday guestof TAKEN Check Your Stub and Cancelled IT BOXES, DRIVE IN WINDOW -

Mrs c. D. Williams.N. DAILY 1 P.M. '4 P.M. PLE 0EARTH, OUR CUSTOM Check is a Permanent AND ALL )MODERN
s AARIar T. Ritch of Hialeah spent
"A Streetcar last Friday with his mother, Airs: Apply In Person RS. Record. MEANS OF BANKING.
I w I Carrie. R.iterL He was accornpam-
r Named D es1r "I ed home by his two children Diane -' I

1)rllutid.0lt. T.Chmcoo, I and Buster.:who: had.spent a We Dad Co. i!
I I \. their; grandmother.Mr. I MEMBER THE FEDERAL ,
: and Airs. Robbie kjl kjlI Incorporated Ii I

.UL [tlANIW.I spent last Wednesday and Thurs I

__,,__011ILe day in Leesburg with Air. and !

1 Plus "Fractured horn" Plus "Room and Wrath" Cal H. E. Bradley and family 441 E. Brownlee St. Y .0 0 R .F'R I ,tN. D L Y BANK. .

Cartoon Airs. J. R. Kite is spending) ; rs'J Starke, Fla. r .. r .... ..;1.
) toon. .... ,. ,
weekendt Flagler Beach ",i .J .ISJ W -- J
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= -- ... .
-- --' -= .:: Mrs.'Margaret Atooay.

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I ,Co. B enforcement in Bradford county.1- .Irftrf the firM: publi<'dti"n "f tliiinoti I! three I:3) -.u>nth.- after date of thr hoinr office of the A....".. li'ted
ReportsSuccessful !
l 301 OverpassI New City CodeIs Merricks Freed In its briet and (- rl'-I' .-.-. Each claim or demand must Isle i ptlMifi.ti t"afb and rvt-ry:! Midi .-orp..r-tti..ni ** shown to h" Iorated -

I l I.. in writing and must state the (corporation listed below that has", I ,
: Year the
on fcuflel-pierred windshield -
place of rekidrn and pt.st..fke I r..t in the iiiraniinir filed US! rrI Described segment from Sellar's car i I I In Activities the "}.BI said "The !' b- """,,rn to l.jr the claimant his' under th. provision of Section hereunto set my hand and causedthe
I : absence ot
Being Studied I !i In Trial Here a I I[ agent or his attorney.
As Necessity"Very substantial quantity of glass in :I i come >id avrorc'inR to law. I,. i-t-rtified t the (;o-,ernor ,.f the Florida. t,, l>e affixed 'at Tallahassee -

I Company B, Florida National the immediate(>as surrounding :i i January 2. JI! ;)!. I{ State of Florida who will i issue! a''. the Capital, this the 2nd day

(Coninued from Page 1)) Guard, of Camp Blanding enjoy- (Coninued from Page 1) 'the two holes prevented a dt'hmteI -::[ Charles M Sihnutt i Proclamation at that time di>solv- ot Jan....ary. A. 1>. 193R. :!'.
Charles M. Schmitt.Administrator ; 'aid corporation. A. Gray.Secretary .
r..ecessanwas the opinion -I i .ng ,
in 1958.
j ed a most successful year rick's trial because determination of the side or sides I I n f the Estate of BRADFORD COfXTTAcme of State:=
i it the fIrst
was .
hearing for Feb. 3 rezonin
a on I of City Attorney A. J. Thomas: ITOTICB
according to an announcement of the glass from which the holes I Fred '_tiy Jtm"". deceavcci. Home Builder Inc.. Starke

two areas within the city limits; jJi i at the Tuesday meeting of: yesterday by !.- Lt. Jos. G. Wood, time !in his 27 years as prosecuting I ,'.-ere produced. It that i I -First. publication on January S. I Coastal Sale! Inc tarJ;('. -
for light industry. One area includes City Council when recoding was: sttorney for the State that a sheri appears :I l >. It is further directed that a \
ccmmandng; officer. the lowermost hole : this notice be I WILL *OT BK RFAPOTiSlBLE
was l.S; 4T 1-29 copy of published one
1 iff had testified in behalf of defendant
i a -
Sections 28, 29. 32 and 33 i discussed. I i MADE BY AM-
: time in the Bradford Cownty Telegraph FOR *NT DEBTS
the The Unit received a rating of: : who had been indicted by; I fir t: Its appearance suggests : in 10'.: OTHER THl> )I\'s. LF. ..J0II.r .
of Township 6, bounded by I Circuit a newspaper !
the service of the Coart. Bradford Coaatr.Florida ,
Explaining i "superior" en its annual Technical a Bradford County grand that it was made trom the inside I'I' Starke. Florida in which county \\'.11. 3rd. IN 411-30;:
Seaboard railroad on the north, jury. : In Chaacerr. .
Municipal Code Corporation was Inspection, conducted during the< 1 also I surface, but this could not be definitely -!I \ ('r'l'na\1. Ringel, Plaintiff vs. ,
Alligator Creek on the south, and I Duncan was critical 01 tin '
George Langford president of the week of Dec. 8, by an inspection : established. The side from John W. H gel. Defendant.
city limits on he'west.. It would I Sheriff for rot ordering a parartj Case Xo. 16SNOTCE .
!Tallahassee company, who said team under the direction of Maj I which the second hole was made I'I ;
except Great Oaks subdivision test of Merrick's hands which TO APPEARTo It! Rent It Trade
The Bother area lies eat of the that their services would include C. L. Clark Ft. Stewart, Ga. The would have proved. ne said could not be determined." : John is Norfolk.W. Rin t'l.Virginia whose residence and- Sell
classifying indexing The i
team checked all unit equipment report stated that no powder -
SAL mainline in the southwest whether or not the Negro had whose address i!': X .-\. S. H. S. 3, i
rewriting and printing, in loose for condition and proper main- residue was found on the X"rfolk. Virginia. I I

quarter of Section 33. Township leaf form, of the city code. tenance. ;fired a pistol. windshield specimen. Duncan : You are hereby notified that a ,

6. j In his equally sensational 1 suit for divorce has been' filed against -
The present Code was printed In November, Maj. A. A. Castro maintained this discounted I I! you in the above named Court WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ]
1 : charges, Sigsbee Scruggs, ilerrick's -
A petition was presented by the in 1953 and the many ordinances of 3rd Army Headquarters, con- Scruggs contention that Sellars I I and cause and you are required to I
Florida Bank at Starke requesting attorney advanced the theN' '''N'ra copy of your answer: or
passed since that time cannot be I! ducted the annual I. G. Armory fired the bullets through his own pleading to the
)' that. Sc-Ilars had fired the< complaint on the
the of the Woman'sCI.lb .
rezoning windshield. If the
included in the bound book. City inspection and gave the unit 'an Trooper had Plaintiff "ttom.'jrMn & Oreen.Starke. i

block from residential to Clerk Carl) Johns said it is over-ali rating of Excellent. shots through his own windshIeld done t'iis. Duncan said, at such Florida ard file the original; 29 WORDS OR LESS! O.e ICU1ttea (HUI.iM Charge) ?_ jn

commercial "C". All of this block prac- in a fit of mad frustration becausehe close range some powder residue in the office of the Clerk of the EACH ADDITIONAL. WORD OVER 20 -------,. .-.?- 4e Ttr W.,. y I
tically impossible 'to find ordi- While on summer field trainingat Circuit Court on or before the 9 '
with the exception of the Woman's nances pertaining to a given sub- Ft. Stewart last June Co. B could not catch the Negro then would have been left on the glass... day of February 1939> I; otherwisethe I :29% DISCOV.NT 0\ REPEAT INSERTION AWE AD 1
allegation of said Complaintwill 1i
Club property is being purchased ject when needed with the pre- did an outstanding job and was: Scruggs! repeatedly asked Sel- I be taken as confessed by I i

!) by the bank as a site for sent system since ordinances rated Superior by the Regular *, firing at him in order to cover up.Wednesday's lars if the Trooper and.or higher I I This n...tie shall: he published you. I CLASSIFIED! DISPLAY _________ '1.%$ Per laek Fleet I.wn'

future building. passed can only be filed accordingto Army advisors. trial stemmed officials of the Highway Patrol I onoe each week for four consecu $LOO PElt INCH FOR sun AD REPEATED OVK OR K9RE TIME

The petition exempted the Wo- date. I From an economic-standpoint,I from an October 4 incident on the had not moved to have the case I,, Telegraph.tlw..kl' in the Bradford County
50 W.r. .
:Brooker-New River I CARDS OF THANK (tT. ) ---- PAt
road when
mans Club property and was signed Langford said that the Munici- .it was "In eat in 58" also. Payroll dropped after investigation! revealed -I Dated this 7 da\ of January 1919OFFICIAL I. OVER SO WORD ________ ___-- 4 r.... Par Ward
j Sellars said he gave chase to Mer- ( SKAL) I
by some 50 property owners In l-al Code Corp. will keep the loose leccrds show that the men in the Scruggs said that the position Charles A. Darby, I .
i ricks after the Negro met him MEMORII. **J|) HEOQUTION! -- ---. 4 ( ..,. Per WortFOR
thi area who declared they had leaf code book up to date by I I company received a total of $38- of the cars made Sellar'sstory Clerk of the Circuit Court
(driving at a high rate of speed To Ey Marian L. Cr"!>by. Deputy Lake all
no objection to the site being used printing, pages to be inserted every 420 during the calendar year for unlikely. every such Clerk RENT--Kingsley year
i on the wrong side of the road. around. 5 bedroom furnished house
for bank building purposes. The 90 days, with the ordinances pass- their once a week drills plus their I I and forced the off the question Sellars replied an emphatic VI 4T 1-29 Inquire fo;<('nh..rg Furniture Store
Trooper "
petition was forwarded to the ed during that time at a cost of two-week summer encampment "No sir! Itrhs

Board of Adjustments. If highway.The The jury deliberated and hour REPORT: OF OMITIOOF: THE COLEMAN FLOOR FURNACE
approved $9 with Appropriately 95 cent of
per page 100 copies made. per ronn'Ii'TST'TF.: B\K OF FOR .\LE-Poat and S 1Sea
it will be returned to the The cost of the editorial service the men in Co. B live in the cars were headed in different and a half before returning its ST.\RKE IV THE VTITE OF Bee kicker J125. Across from POt Automatic Oil Burner

Council and a date set for a pub- would be $2.100 and printing of I Starke area. directions. Sellars said. verdict of not guilty. FLORID. AT THE CLOSE OF Office Hampton, Fla ti. E. Melntosh -
The Trooper turned around and Rargain if
lic hearing. )'OI ran make work,
100 copies would be $7 i : I
per page, i chase the off SALE Modern :3 bedroom we ran't No bid too low for consideration -
gave Negro turning
Another step was taken toward making the cost of the completejob C. H. Quick Retires on a graded road. Sellars said ,Funeral TuesdayFor Cash balances AMCt with other home with 4 acres land. Ideal retirement -

City Planning when the Council if it ran to 300 pages I top banks, including reserve home. Located on lliwas
agreed to allow Haas & Hutchin- estimate] of $4,200 exclusive of After 37 Years his car bogged down in a sand Mr BrownMrs. balances and cash Items 100. 10 miles West of Starke on Phone WO '-216 After 5 PJH.MM. .

I bed and it was at this point that In process of collection 265,129.98 Ri\er P"on. HY 6-4177 :Sip 1-22!
son. City planners, to submit pro- covers. It was recommended by With Hercules Co. : United States Government i "'. J. Kpprr.
Merricks turned Scphrony Brown, 63 of
onto "two- ,
a furnisher
obligations, direct and FOR IUST-4 room
posals. This obligates the city In Mr. Langford that only a half
rut" woods trail, stopped his car SU r.e. died in a Jacksonville guaranteed 730.554.8g house, electricity running water &
no way. except morally, to em- a dozen copies be kept in binders Charles H. Quick retired January nursing home Loans and discounts SO..' 17.I! bath. $30 per mo 2 miles from town.

ploy that firm if it is decided to which cost $5 each. 1 after 37 1-2 years' employment -.. at an angle across the road and Monday morning Furniture and fixture 21,096.22 let grade r.1 to right of hiway 16.lfhg.
started firing. The Trooper said after an extended illness. Other assets 1,851.39;;
continue with the work. It does, Council members took no actionon with Hercules Powder he Born in Decatur County Georgia In City Pound-1 male German Police -
however, put the city one step the matter. but all Company. Starting with the company sa.v a gun in Merrick's hand i TOTAL ASSET 1,576.410.15 .'ORL.rprlght piano wit! dog and 1 Black and white
expressedthe and ducked behind his dashboard' Feb. 14, 1895 she was the Call 3af..r h
Moot. $100 ca,h. woG "und. Owners may have by
ahead toward the as a woods foreman Hat- pptt
approval by in .
need of revision of the pre- as the bullets started whhzing daughter of the late Thomas El- I LtaklUtlra : p. m. 2tp paying advertising cwt and board.Contact .
Florida Development Commission sent code. It was estimated that tiesburg, Miss., Mr. Quick was Demand deposit of individuals City Police ItrhK
wood and Caroline
near his head. He said the Negro Knight Brown. .
partneishlps WAITRESSVANTEt3Also di"h-
for funds. All information general woods for the
necessary supervisor
the job would take about nine fired four or five times and that I She was a member of the Baptist and corporations 365,49226;; washer.: Apply Kl Rancho Rertau- FOR SALE.-Py Owner-.One acre"Arradia"
is now: filed in Atlanta.It months to complete and payment I area served ty the Brunswick, Ga. Church. Time deposit of Individuals rant. Itp. with 4 rooms and bath
I plant at the time of his retire- two of the bullets went through II partnership, and I "tag. m vicinity of hm-pitat ,
decided to could ant
was investigatethe be
budgeted in the coming ment. He the Trooper's windshield. Surviving are two brothers. corporation 678.1S3.39 FOR IXT4 room furnit'htd i tew school on Cotley Rd. J. T. QII4t..g -
was succeeded by J. Al. Deposits of United State I ".
possibility of using dynamiteby year. Ashley E. Brown Sr. of Starke apartment with gas heat. 3:: Clark 1.:9
skilled Vickers, his former assistant. i Asked why no damage was inflicted Government (hicludinrpo St Mr n t. handlers to remove and James P. Brown retired U.s. !'til saving :3,450.00
Mi. Quick bom I on the car's interior
was ar 1 rearedin by
stumps left on city parkways Navy. I Small House-For Kent or Sale. F.r Rent a r Will Veil I
Safety Measures Collins Mis*. and was employed I any of the bullets, Sellars said Deposits of States and political -
when trees are cut down. The I Ii 409 S. Clierry Cleo And-
Funeral subdivision t.Ir.
services 117,557.20 .,
were held I ONE f Pradfnrd nicest
i &s a rural mail career there prior they must have all passed through 'rews. Rt I Box 43. Brok..r. lip rountY'1
council recently received estimates Other deposits (certifiedand homes with
about 15 for
RecommendedFor ''tf' World War 1. He joined the the open car window. It was Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. in the De- officer' check., I Jtardening. farming acres
from a tree surgeon firm on removal Witt bedroom unfurnished or pasturing.
C. Jones FOR
etc.) S,981,34'TOTAL
Chapel with Rev.
Hercules organization after his I.'I pointed out by the defense that Lot. of p.al trees and fruit tree
and'care of trees, but Lacy DEPOSITS 1.170.664.10Bills ; : dtrated. : hedroom.
discharge from the service. no empty shells were found at Conway officiating. Burial payable rediscounts, f0"P In. Ph..n.0 4-C1 Zip 1-8 : living rom. dining
deemed the' Jail and kitchen
expenses too great County followed in the rom. famirom
family plot in and other liabilitiesfor
Mr. Quick has been active in the spot where Merricks said
lor the city. at this time. It was Crosby Lake Cemetery. borrowed money %% .*>0 FOP.I.HII..d Hay. Red Clover I.\.ry C"f' int
j community life, being a member to have done Also .
the shooting. bale or ton.
Other liabilities :>0 :>50.5
decided that. for the time being, Changes in the county jail were cf the Starke Rotary Club, American I registered Trmuda. ny", Bulls and heifers \A REALTY

city employees will continue to I recommended by newly appointed Sellars testified that after the 'fltI..I' Of Adoption Of RnwIntloB Of I TOTAL LIABILITIESnot J. B.liite.nlu". Raiford Road. PlO, WO 4-19091
remove trees when Legion PoSt 56and the Masonic -i shooting the Negro drove his car Board" Of Coanty .CumRIjJonprsLin I ( Including subordinated ftp lPOSTOX Starke, FloridaA.
necessary. prison inspector R. P. McLendon, Lodge. ( ; Purl Of .. .
A resolution was passed providing : in a letter to the County CommIS- Charlie he is known his I. to the end of the woods trail, .\.. DlMlalmlugmr HUM I .hown below 1.446,21465 TERRIER Puppy for Sale I
as to where he Of < .uty A ad The Public .. .
jumped out and Into \ndT
ran Female $20. Phone WO
each old paid ; sion read at I 4-161
pnce year its Monday .
meeting. wide circle of friends, takes his The LaRd Lying Within Tie. I Capital Aeroaat Urns
I a swamp. It was then that J. THOMAS REALTOR
municipal bonds and coupons will McLendon advised that Confines Thereof I Capital 100.00000
heavy fishing senously and intends to
be burned after proper recording I Sellars testified he 'emptied his TO WUOM IT MAY CONCERN: Surplus .25,000.00Undivided WANTED Experienced Waitress.Apply SO* X. Temple Avenae .
protective screening be placed on spend much of his new leisure time Notice j is hereby piyen that I profit 5,195.50TOTAL G Restaurant. WO .
pistol at the fleeing Negro In an on B & Plul. TrleBh r X WO 4-5T'I
in the
bond .
ledger book and the sides and at the bottom ol at the business end of pole and .anuary 5. )!I59In accordance with 4. iheckinc by the auditor. ', the stairs in the jail tor security a 'I effort to stop him: Section :%6.9 through :3SC.12.: FlorIda CAPITAL AC-.
line."My I In hiv argument to the jury Statutes the Board .rf County CW.VTS 130,195.50:: : HOME AND SMALL W A'jPS for ; reasons. His letter also suggested -! wife likes fishing as good Commissioners of Bradford Coiaity sober middle aged help ilea. .
Scruggs charged that Sellars. a Florida, adopted a Resolution ,, TOTAL LIABILITIES with children Phone ST 2-33S1: Esslast I...
Council that such would cIoing -
ayI I won't have to
screening prevent do. so
Lawtey worry
trained State Trooper,' tnewhe vacating- and abandoning that ; x.q- %Ih9
visitors from slipping up- bout" company," fie declares. "As portion of a certain trmiced platt..<.t COI' .T" 1,576,41015;; i
had n) right to fire in self
stairs to visit prisoners illegally. I the old saying goes, if she was except street described", a", follows: +This bank's capital consists TYPEWRITER AND
Squared Away I o'efense.: He theorized that Sellers That of
portion of Jessica .\ '. :
\( running FOR
Also included in the recommendations counting money on shares 1 do from I I Common stock with total ADDING MACHINE -One slightly used Pear-
fired at the Negro through his Westerly prolongationof borne
gas % KTU. ,It.
the' believe she'tf and leave Itan'body the l'ar value of $100,00)00 BARGAINSREMINGTON :,010
was dismantling ot get up Southerly boundary of Lot
For New Year windshield then invented a story Miller lt. I. Box : Starke. Fla
: i of Block I r.
the "violent room" which McLen just mentioned fishing.: C on the South to the :tp 1.1
I to explain his mistake. water edge of Silver Lak. on the I Meatoraada TRAVELRITER
don reported as having been used North. all lying in Mount Pleasant Asset pledged or assign I I
officials I Merricks denied that he was 'I t ed liabilitiesand (R.poa.4oed Like \.w) W.\XT.DAprl 17, 193 1 and June
Lawtey City were to secure
; only six times in two years and New SystemOf i on Silver Lake according to plat Re ":. far ?'.8S : ilsu" Bradford County
:driving improperly when he met thefre-rf. recorded in Plat .I for other purposes 6S0.554.88;;;; -3 S..llnl
&,worn in Monday night as the City then only for drunks. : Telegraph Need several for our
Council 'was reorganized at the' County Records the Trooper and said he turnedoff of Bradford rage 45 of the public records Loans ,a* .hown above I SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC files. Will pay 25 cents each for
He that the County. Florida. first four
suggested so brought In.
space i 2tp
first meeting of the new year. on the. graded road to visit a and renouncing and discldiming; any I I" are'after deductionsof PORTABLE 1.1

Re-elected without opposition: gained be used for a photo pro- Will Save MoneyA "lady Iriend." He denied firing at right,of the County and the Public I Xorman reserves II.of Willin. Cashier 2,975.72I of i Rf'I. 2I3.B.1 ioc. DUconat FOR RENT-Kingsley Lake modern

lor one year tenrw on Dec. 2 were; cessing loom and for mug shots. i the Trooper and explained his confines in and to'of the said land portion(jinu within of Mid the I the above-named hank, do solemnly I sold before ( brIs1maaSmitbCoro.s two bedroom (tage ana circulating
Several commissioners new system of filing Courthouse i affirm that the above statement istrue I heater. Key next door at Mrs.
Mayor Charlie Shuford. City; expressed i running through the woods bysaying Jessica! Avenue aforedescribed. : AMD AddingMachine Caddell. lr. II. C. Bence. Z22J St.John.
and that it and correctly
Clerk Ethel Reddish< and Marsnal' an unwillingness to dismantle official records was instituted -,.I it was obvious the officer D.Dated U1.; this 5th day 'of Januar A.OFFICIAL ; represents the true fully state of the II corn demo.ilraier) .. Jacksonville. Fa 3tchg 1-15

the violent room, saying that even in the office of County Clerk I herein containedand Reg. 9s..I.1 for SZ.34
L. P. Rafuse. I was after him for some reason ( SEAL) .I matters SELLING
Lingerie, also Hosiery
Charles the first of the set forth, to the best of my
it seldom used when Darby
Taking the oath of offices were though was and that he was headed to the Board of County Commissioners: ,I and belief.Correct BRADFORD COUNTY for the entire family. Hosiery replacement

two councilmen elected to two the need occurred it was very im I year, saving both space and cost. home of someone he thought Of P'y Bradford Charles County, Florida : knowledge Attest: TELEGRAPH guarantee given with 2
and ot A. Darby tor more pairs of hosiery Also whitehosiery.
11. V. KnightS.
year terms: Bryant Reddish and portant.No Registration Mrs. Marian Crosby would ge his bond. Clerk of said Board I K. Simmons!! !,I For free' demonstration

Edward },[assey. Mr. Reddish was action. other than a requestfor Merricks said that after he It Pete G. Felo* 'phone WO 9-2333. 3tp 1.15WANTEDDependable

re-elected and :Mr. Massey was costs was taken on the recom- explained that the pl1otostatmgl turned onto the "two rut" road Directors. KEROSENESMOKELESS
I machine will be TIMBER FOR ..%tR State of Florida. I house hold
elected to the seat formerly tilled !mendations. future records can oe kept in I he heard two shots, which he believed I am offering for sale all mar- County of Bradford. ss: ODORLESS hf'll. Leave name and address at

!toy Fred Moore who did not run I I I. the Trooper had fired at ketable timber on a small tract of ;'wC'rn to and subscribed before I {County Telegraph. tfchg
smaller books. Two of the new planted pine land in Bradford 15.9 Per Gal
I i County ire this 5th day of January 1959.! :
for relection. I, Marriage Licenses 700 page books will fit in the space him.Scruggs on the following; terms: : 'and I hereby certify that I am not FOR SALE-Barely used like new
Dmkins also took the oath maintained it impossible chase price to b. in YOUR IMPERIAL
Paul was paid (cash pur-j an officer or director of this bank. AT Space heaters Harwick cooking
now occupied by one page her to be cut before October I. SEAL) Margaret L. Miller,
of office for the unexpired one I licenses issued for Merricks to have put "IOInn..r spring mattresses coil
Recent marriage I
: book. thu- gaining 900 pages. Pld are to toe opened at office of .Notary Public. State of Florida at
year term of former Councilman. by the office of County Judge T. Since the new smaller books are the holes in Sellar's windshield inI A. J. Thoma,. Jr.. 203-205 TempleAvenue. I' large. SERVICE STATION and fine all box wool springs rugs, ,mirrors antique, pillows mahogany ,

Preston Green who view of the the two Stark(', at 10.09 o'clock A. : My commission expires April 13,
resigned position
A. Yawn include the following: each $35 cheaper than the old I cars M. Thursday. January 13th. 1939.: !.1961. I Hiway 301 North Starke dr. drop 1a labp Sacrificeprices
I Phone LeClerr.
Only 'business conducted at the were said to have been in at the
f fLoyd William Barry Jr. of Gainesville 'books and also contain more pages The owner reserves thp right to reject Rt. 1. POT 3CI, Khigsley Kake. tfchg
meeting was the appointment 01 time.A any and all bid!!.
I and Patricia Hobbs; Louis future cost of record filing will I T.1.. NOTICE OF I\TE\TIOV
A. J. Thomas Jr. as city attorney. Carlton Wise and Stella Jean Robinson be greatly reduced. conflict in testimony as given Stephens. Brooker. Florida.IT. TO HIVSOIAE ('fOHPOHTIO< FOR SALE-Pure bred long hair

The office was held last year by j. by Sellars and Sheriff Reddish _- Xotice is hereby given under the Chihuahua puppies. Inoculated.
of Keystone Heights; Arnold I
of Section Florida
provisions 608.36. FISH SHRIMP
Mack Futch who is now assistant Jackson Coe and Esse? Jane developed when the Trooper !. The {'....,. Judfct'u Court. In Statutes 1953. to each of the corporations house broken A.K.C. and registered.trained.Sired MotherFathr by-

State Prison Instructor And For Bradford ('ouay. Florid. lifted below, the same being .
I Spence; Billy Rose of Keystone said he measured the distance between .. In Probate.rx incorporated under the laws of OYSTERSFish I Brntn Sacrifice price. Phone LE

actiop'was taken by Council of At the position of the two cars RE: Estate' of Fred 3-2461. LeClerc. Rt I. Box 31.
Heights and Ruth Goodale Speaks RotaryOn Guy Jones. Florida and according to the records Dressed Desired Ktr>ggy T.akl'
on Civil Defense'or the proposed i Keystone Heights; Victor Edward as 25 feet, while the Sheriff said Deceased. of the Secretary of State. I Hl'ht
Installation of city water but New DepartmentM. NOTICE TO CREDITORS! : each and every such corporation appears Prevail Fish Market
he it off later
I Jennings of Green Cove Springsand stepped as nearer All creditors of the estate: of Fred : delinquent for three' (3) I AT YOCR

both subjects were discussed, Dorothy Ardis Knight of 55 feet. Guy Jones, deceased, are hereby i years or more in the filing of reports 617 E. Brownlee St, A'THnr WROXr

members going over materials lelt B. Jordan, director of the Obviously at odds with the notified and required to file any : and payment of taxes under .A t FIs It.
Defense and Worthingtcn; Thomas Walton claims demands which they may i the provisions of Section 608.33. Ph. WO 9-1091 REMODF.MNO
Civil Department
by Bill Haas on Vocational Agriculture nLtnr
Branch of Tifton. Ga. and Ethel new Sheriff'over his handling of the have against! said estate in the office Florida Statutes 1953. and that under WIRING ADAPPUINCB
statistics compiled by Smith' & at the State Prison described case. State's Attorney Duncan of the County Judge of Brad- i the provisions of said Section REPAIRSSalt.factl.
Thompson Gilmartin of Hampton
ol ; ford County Florida in the courthouse 608.36: Florida Statutes 1953;; said C.ara.teed.
}.tcCn f, Sanitary Engineers this phase of inmate rehabilitation I
!Emory Melvin Johns and Gladys asked why Reddish had not subjected at Starke. Florida. within I corporations have b..en classed as P.... fea* BalUefc, LK S2392IFII.I.
Gainesville on the water survey Alma Mann of MiddleburgJJoyd in a talk before the Merricks to a paraffin test. eight calendar! month.. from the subject to di"*olutlon. and that BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY I IchI

recently conducted. I James Miller of Gainesville and Rotary Club Wednesday. The Sheriff said that due to the MAN OR WOMAN I

Considered one of the outstanding lapse of time and the fact that DIRT \\O TRACTOR WORK
Evelyn Ann Tillman of Gaines- '
Legion PlansSpaghetti ville. vocational agriculture instructors Merricks did septic tank work in- Tliedriny Scriptures? bJ! Jack 1ianun I Ground Floor Opportunity. New I W L.Butler Tbigp-n Road, Jr. Starke Phone WO Fla.4-Ui

I in the southeast :Mr. volving'the handling of chemicals, I Pillars el Strength j Merchandising Plan weeping the !: 10tp II::

Jordan said that he now has 12 he did not think the test would DC ; countr (IS states in 4. moth,).

SupperFor :Story Telling Hour inmate students in his class and I worth it. cost to the county. He 'glGHTEaJME15S E4AiTThLNXflJ' ) Er a' much as you want governed -! NOW ENGRAVED The ultimate business in prestige. GOD
I I1S.95price
Will Be FeatureAt is planning to increase this to 20 : said that Deputy Harry Layfieldof _RaiJlu by your investment andpersonal : ( includes plate. Never crd. before,

TuesdayAmerican I as additional inmates qualify for Alachua County told him a time devoted. Beginning nravinl at thll price.

County Library this training. He said that in ad- : test would cost the county four minimum, 8550.00. Written mon I Bradford County Telegraph. tf

Legion Host 56 will!i dition to farm activities, the new: or five hundred dollars. ey-bark grte We secure ar-

resume regular meetmgs on Tues- Story Telling Hour will be a new department will do much toward i When called to the stand. Lay- -I--- -J rut you. ff'lc ez- Selling one FOR lot ALE of used screen
feature at the Bradford _
day, Jan. 13, after a lapse during i County beautifying the prison grounds i field flatly denied that he had Chge Write qlcUoDO t doors for $1.00 each First come
Tjbrary beginning Jan. 10 from 2: '3 Staff ,,, first serve.
the Christmas and New xear'sholidays. with additional shrubbery and I made such statement to the Sherf F FeJd grate 14 x
to 4 All children are invited 34 IUI. All kinds of ujed building
p.m. 1515 James St. Jacksonville 5,,
will I
A spaghetti supper ornamentals.The f iff. :: i'i7T supplies Reasonable. Windows
to hear these stones told BUS Dor
be served at the Legion home tor i by speaker was introduced by Pursuing this point. Duncan Fla. Plumbing fixtures
Library students who have been 4tp lIFO Used tin scrap iron. Odd lots
all members and guests with I: trained Mrs. M. W. Cressler. Lucian Conner, director of theprison.s asked Reddish if. during his ten of lumber cheap. Call Woodland

Charlie Schaeffer in charge ot by farm operation.At : years in office they ha.! not had Vrc'4J 4-4001. W. T. Jackson Tranfer ask

cooking arrangements. Post Commander -i Elementary School UDranan. its meeting Wednesday of I occasion to have dozens of paraffin SALJS-Fenta proceii treaua for Mr. Ghames. Located behind
fence 4 miles Aortn on SIlLGreen .al Dad Mfg Co. tfchg
Harry RabD announces Mrs. Cressler said that this la tests made and if the Sheriff posts.
last week the club was addressedby ---- & Bakken foil Co. Uc

that the supper will start at ti:30: an experiment but that the six Dr. Freeman Hart of the University did not know that they cost I- -t----i--- for FREE-Doable Of cylinder book up

with the meeting scheduledfor i students who work in the Elementary WE HAVE a new loan program for cost &ONLY. Slade .Co.
p.m. of Florida. The program the county only $35 to $50. Red- Ii'i .
i farmer Loam ot 1 to 6 U..h.
I Library, as part of their IiI -
7:30. was in charge of Clyde Sinclairnd dish said he had no knowledge for the entire credit requirements FOR
Laurie W. Tomlmson. Collectorof I trary course have been telling Rev. Don Kokomoor. of the cost. since 'these matters of the farmer and hi. family. SALE Bermuda ana
Internal Revenue for the State stories to primary classes for about Gainesville Production Cred Gr Hy-v. n. Ferguson
i were handled by the State Attorney 1 I AnoJaton CO ;orth MaID. Lawtey.
of Florida, will attend this meeting three months and the class tfch 4tp 1-15
in ;
I Art Class Postponed I and the Clerk. nle Fa

and wUl discuss recent room teachers have told her that i Speaking to the jury Duncan -'. RADIOS REPAIRED RA WEG.BUSIES now open

changes in the Internal Revenue : the cnildren are very much in-; said "Today in Bradford Countyhas -- 1 1 AD Hakes AH M4rla in Co. Excellent

law as they pertain terested. The Art For Fun classes are t-- U -_ Chore : AlaCu op
particularly for the time be- set a sad commentary. My I 1..le nt"portunity. S Frank W. Massey,

to the veteran. After his talk, BHS Library Club is also) sponsoring -I being postponed I I office depends on cooperation ot !.... Gre..Owmrr P. O. Box Anthony at once or

will conduct d the Telling Hour. ing due to the cold weather. Reopening I ; tit W. Call fet. Pb... WOI-
Mr.: Tomlinson gen-I Story cur law enforcement agencies. write Rawleigh's, Dept
date will be announced : $t.r te. Fl... J1ALo
eral_question and answer session One or two of the students will "I don't know how this feud between 189 Memphis, Tenn. 3tp 1-8

for the benefit of attending mem be at the County Library eacn later. the. Sheriff and the High- GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding InvItation -

Saturday afternoon for the hour- I way Patrol got started" Duncani I wt double enrelopes ISO FOR RENT-J bedroom bouse. I
bers.Veterans i w. c. T. o. for $ Bradford CourT Tele Qa *t, desirable N.
of an wars are cordially -: long program with the six students i I continued "but the people ot gr.Dh. Cbel St phone nelhborho..Uf I

invited to this. importantand I : alternating as long as the "UQrOR IS O.UR COUNTRY'S Bradford County are suffering FOR RENT-Furnished first floor rrl.: tfchr

timely meeting. Commander feature proves attractive. ENEMY NUMBER ONE THE from it. Today is an example. It apartment Close In desirable 10

Rabb urges'all areas of.the coun- I Mrs. Edward Burns. County Librarian DEVIL'S BEST FRIEND AND should be '-brought to an end and cation.Nollman,All% W.convenience Jladson Sttfcfi w. M.* FOR RENT-Fnrni"hed nl'W two

ty, including KeysthnejleightS. tc : invites parents to bring. GOJVS WORST ENEMY" not let wBat has happened m this % bedroom bouse. Attractively dec

have representation and share in pre-school children to hear the NATIONAL case ever recur. If it doesnt you FOR RENT 2 nicely fur. 1 oratec. me"r- electric kich..
( VOICE.) Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church apt dralr. kMty pine ublnf't.
the fellowship of Post 58. staries, also. J will eventually: not nave any law heaters. Adults. 1(0 per. a I !ltl, Mr.. E Renner. 033 cahol -
inc. Phone WO tfcbg
-:0- Eec .1& ) St. or WO -574t t h

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I Hardenbergh was hostess to a Keystone Kotarians VTTTTTTVyTTfTTTVTYTTTTTV and daughter Mr. and Mrs.: Ro- I. the holidays with' relatives here KEYSTONE AREA MEMBERS

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy number of her teen-age friends : tend Tanner of Grancin.:; visited und: in Grandm. t'RGED TO ATTEND POST 56
I at a party at her home on Mon- Christmas Hosts I :
MELROSEBy i' Mr. father John Drake II I :\11'. and Mrs R. L. Johnson attended AMERICAN: LEGION :MEETING:
K. Soha ffer day evening, Dee 29. The house at
Mary j To Foreign Students Claxton. Ga. during the holidays the! Adult Sunday School
was decorated in the Christmas Members and prospective members -
party at the home oflr.: and
tradition, and the boys and girls Joyce Rolhhaivmrruu.a.a..uaaauua.aua of American Legion POST; 56
Keystone Woman's Club Holds i I School of Production of the Red : It was a merrier Christmas for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Halverson :blrs. B. J. Alderman: in Grandm :
enjoyed dancing and in the Keystone Heights area are
Lovely Birthday Party Mill. Miss; Louise Hack, a Juniorn I games two foreign students at the Uni- : were guests at an Osteen family last Saturday evening. 1
throughout the evening. There invited to attend spaghetti -
Tuesday. Dec. 30 the Keystone I the P. K. Yonge School, and were also Cokes, sandwiches, candy { versiy of Florida because of the Mr. and Mrs. Dal? F. Frice and |' dinner: at the home of Mrs HaIverson's : :Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Tyson of at the Legion home! in Starke supper
I I also a brilliant pianist, played the hospitality of members of the brother and sister-in-law. Hcwihome were visitors in Gran-
Woman's Club held its j son, Lawrence' Dale the ,
Heights nuts, and fruit Attending the spent i next Tuesday night: at 6:30: oclcck. -
annual birthday: party at the Ed- ,I two final selections on this en- Keystone Heights Rotary Club. New Year's weekend with Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Osteen.: at Coin recently
: party were: Dianne Brokas, Mary I' Ii
teitaining j Diego Gandara and Fernando liollister on Christmas Day. i Following the supper. Col
ucational Building of the Community i program.To Ann Schaeffer Nancy Sutton, Price's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. :Mildred Burrows of Gainesville -
Church. The original plan i'I conclude the musical portionof Barbara Ann Wheeler Reba liall, I Fernandez, both of Quito. Ecuador Grant Rothhammer, sisters, Carol 'I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Packham I SJf nt last Friday nightI lector of Internal Revenue Laurie:
the Watkins and now enrolled in the University and family of with her aunt. :Mrs. Ella Belisario. Toinlinson will be speak-
was to hold the party in the new- program Mrs. Roberta Sibley and MargaretMuir. and Joyce,and brother,Glynn and t Jacksonville spent I guest
i I asked all the ladies to stand and of Florida, College of Agri- Christmas night with Mrs. I in Granc"in.
ly renovated club house, but due iI Also Tom Gardner, Mac family. Mrs. Price is the former Pack-
to the weather the floors were I.,I'sing Auld Lang Syne, with hands Hall, Veasey Walker Rowan culture, were among a number of Alice Rothhammer. The Pricesare j J I ham's mother Mrs. Alma Clark | Mrs.: H. B Sikes and her aunt.

not re.dy to be used. i i joined, each with her neighbor. Thomas, Danny Dodd, Kenny foreign students who could not from Marianna.Mr. in Florahome. I Mrs. Rosa: Brantley. were calling ----

Members and guests were met !I The hostesses for the day had Terrell, and Jimmy McMurtry.Dee I get home for the holidays. Arrangements and Mrs. George Clemens' Mal and Mrs. Jimmy Sikes and on Miss Helen Arthur at her home er.LEE'S

at the dcor by Mrs. Maude Watkins I prepared delicious refreshments, Dee's younger sister Dotty were made for manyof and sons, John and George Allen family of Augusta. Ga. spent the en Kirby Lake north of Grandin ; DRIVEINTHEATRE
I these to spend the holidays in afternoon of last
on Tuesday
president of the club. The i and Mrs. Camille Stewart and and Dotty's house guest Nancy spent Christmas Day with Mrs. Christmas; holidays with Maj.
meeting was begun with the sing Mrs. Eula Walker were seated at O'Connor were also at the party I private homes in the Gainesville Clemens' sister and family. Mr. Sikes' parents Mr. and Mrs. H. week. _
I I area, and the Keystone Rotary Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp and
ing of the first and last stanzasof I either end of the refreshment during the earlier part of the and Mrs. E. John Nelson and Sikes in Grandin. '
Club. through its International family of Grandm last Sunday Phone .J 113Ke"stone
spent -
America, with Mrs. Cora j i table to pour tea and coffee. j I evening.K family of Jacksonvlle. John and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Eubanks
I Student Project with F. M. Wal- I in Gainesville with relatives.Mr. : Heights Fla.
:Marshburn at the piano. Hostesses for the day were Mrs. I >'Ies Give Dinner Party George stayed on for several days.: 2nd family of Largo spent Christmas ,
tath Jr. as chairman arrangedfor and :Mrs. Jim Goodson of ,
Mrs. Watkins introduced Miss Herbert A. Nelson Mrs. H. W. On Saturday evening Jan. 3. Army SP4 Richard [Ricky] in Grandm with' Mrs Eu !
a pleasant stay in Keystone Hillcresi spent New Years' Day FRI SAT. SI N.
Anna McCullough who was in Lloyd, Mrs. Eddie Rayncr. Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle entertained fcr Gandara and Fernandez. Bass visited his grandparents, Mr. I banks' mother. Mrs. Alma Griffin.Mr. with relatives in Grandm. I .
charge of the first part of the I I. Stevens, Mrs H. D. Bixby and at their home with a and Mrs. M. E. Bass of Earlton and Mrs. Gerald Bayle.ss Jan. 9, 10 11
I The students :Mr. and Mrs Arthur Aibo of ,
program. Miss McCullough had I Mrs. Lawrence McLaughlin. dinner party. Guests included Mr. young were provided during the Christmas holidays. I and Jerry, from Perry'i itt'd
with at Geneva San :Mateo were callers in Grand-
prepared a short resume of the I Rodney Bamford Gives and Mrs. Herbert Nelson, Mrs. II quarters Ricky is stationed at Red Stone relatives in Grandin and Swan THE BARBARIANAnd
In Monday afternoon. II i
Apartments, with the Rotarians -
acccmplishments of club during Christmas Party Nelson's mother Mrs. Arthur Ry- II Lake
Arsenal. Ala. He is a 1956 graduate during the holidays I
the regime of each of the past I On Friday evening. Rodney an Mrs Gladys Bachmann and I' even stocking the larder of Melrose High School. I i The GEISHAWith
presidents. Those: past presidentswho : Bamford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes. so they would have things for Bobby Shanks spent the Holi- I Mr.\ and Mrs. J. S. Walters and KEYSTONEJEWELERS
breakfast i WayneClosed
and in-between snacks.
could be at the meeting were Arthur A. Bamford, of Lake Mullins Have Second Son days with his parents, Mr. and granddaughter from Jacksonville
presented with lovely corsages. Geneva, gave a Yuletide party in Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mullingare ,The other meals were taken in Mrs. R. H. Shanks of Earlton. I visited Mr. Walters' scn-in-law
Mrs. Marie Crosby pinned on the I the Bamford guest house. Assist- proud to announce the birthof the homes of various Rotarians. Bobby is attending Miller Military and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gar- Expert Watch Repairing Mon.. Thru Thurs.
corsages as each one was intro- ing Rodney's parents in chaperoning their second son, Paul Gordon, Among: the highlights of the School in Virginia. I.,rett Dinkla. in Florahome on Quality Line Jewelry ; For Winter Season
duced. Those presidents who could were Mr. and Mrs. Chester who arrived the day after Christ- vacation for Gandara and Fern- Mrs. A. W. Sikes and familyof Tuesday of last week. Walter 1 I. Muhlhofer-
be there were: Mrs Ella C. Bird.I Moody. Games, dancing and refreshments mas at the Alachua County General andez were a trip to Silver Orlando spent the New Year's !I'I T. L. Drake attended the party < .
Mrs. Frank M. Walrath. Jr., Mrs. were enjoyed. Party Hospital in Gainesville. The Springs, where they were entertained week with her mother Mrs. Ruth i I given last Saturday evening for!
Sara D. McDonald. Mrs. Francis'guests I included: Richard Dugger. boy was born about 6:13 p. m. by th management, a visit Jackson. Mr. Sikes joined the fam- l the Adult Sunday School Class of "
Egan and Mrs. Wm. B. Dawson. i Linda Gayle Moody Sara Jo Dec. 26, and weighed in at 6 Ibs.. with several officers and men ily on a few occasions. !the Paran Baptist Church in the 4'x8'x3-4" Sheetrock
Mrs. W. B. Dawson, who was in I Sprow. Bubba Moody Charles 11 and one half oz. Both mother from Ecuador aboard a ship at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson I home of Mr. and Mrs\ B. J. Alder BUILDING 1.55 SheetS

charge cf the second portion of I Ellis, Dianne Davidson, Lane and son are doing very well. the Green Cove Naval Station, and son spent the Christmas holi- man at Grandin. I Paint
the program, introduced four Jackson, Larry Cooper Jerry Woman's Club Will Hold Dinner and a chicken barbecue with other days with Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mrs. Mamie Varnes' grandson. SUPPLIES J lumber Hardware -
lovely young musicians who en- I Elli; Merrill Betts Judy Harpe, The ladies of the Keystone foreign students at the ranch of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Breeland of Edward Varnes. returned Sunday '- J Cement Concrete Blocks
tertained with piano and vocal I Eobby Redfearn and Susan Da- Heights Woman's Club will hold a Jorge Valldejuli near Keystone Tylertown. Miss i morning: to Barnesville. Ga. where : -* J f f U LintelsAll :
selections. Miss Diana Beatty, an i vis. Roast Beef dinner in the clubhouse Heights. Mr. and Mrs.n.Guy Starling and I he is attending school at Gordon ?& Lengths

accomplished pianist, presentedtwo |1\lr: And :Mrs Alfred B. Watson on Saturday evening, Jan. about their stay was that Fernando -' family of Starke last week visited ,I Military College after spending Ii.Precast Lighting Fixtures

beautiful but difficult num- Hold New Year's Open House 24 from 5:30 to 7:30: p. m. So, just accidentally ran into a ; their daughter and son-in-law.I THE RIGHT rOINT lur the ..4T' ..*. ROY W. TYRE -
ters. Miss Beatty is a Junior in I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B, Watsoni ?eep that date in mind. The fact brother he hadn't seen in 5 yearscr Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Tyler and children -1

the P. K. Yonge Laboratory schoolin i I hosts to about 100 friends that the club house has been mor'. Commander Ray Chance Beverly and Alvin, Jr. way yon write. Come In and select HOUSEPhone
Gainesville. Miss Nancy Wal- |I at a 'Morning-after" party, from(newly decorated should make it had taken the young men to visit Mr. and Mrs. Francies Chiap- your favorite ESTKKBKOOK BROOKLYN SUPPLY
lace and Miss Sara Baughan play- !111 a. m. till 1 p. m. Guests were an espec'aly enjoyable occasion. the Navy Yard in Green Cove pini became parents of a baby
ed and sang hit tunes from The | invited thus: "When you come Brownie Troop Is RegisteredMrs. Springs, and a boat from Equador girl born Sunday, Dec. 28. The I Fountain Pen TF4JUJKAPH: :2741 Keystone Heights, Fla.
King and I, with Miss Wallace: home by the light of the sunon't Pat Pawlikowski is now happened to be in port, and it baby named Lily Maran. weighed. .- -
singing while Miss Baughan accompanied -. \\ you come to our house before the third committee member of vas there that Fernando found 6 pounds and 10 ounces. Mrs.
her on the piano, and ;i one?" Mr. and Mrs. Watson the Brownie Girl Scout Troop his brother, an officer on the ,Chiappini left the hospital last
vice versa. Miss Wallace is a were assisted by their son, Alfred committee, making it possible for ship. Truth is often stranger than Wednesday. The maternal grand-
graduate of P. K. Yonge Labor- ;; Jr and their daughter! Agnes, in I the troop to become a registered fiction! parents are Col. and Mrs. H. R. Come True!
atory School, while Miss Baughanis :'serving their guests. troop. Other members of the committee Intermediate Girl Scouts Phelps. Make That Dream

a graduate of Gainesville High: i i Dee Dee Hardenbergh are Mrs. "Scotty" Beam, Hold Investiture ServicesA Mrs. Rudolph Dampier has been
School. Both young ladies sang Holds Holiday Party rnd :Mrs. Betty Cook. Mrs. Beamis Candlelight Investiture Ceremony visiting her mother-in-law. Mrs.J. .

leading parts last summer in the Miss Dee Dee Hardenbergh Committee Chairman. Mrs. was held by the Keystone P. Dampier, who has been ill. J.. ."
University of Florida Summer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. NT. W. Rosemary Daurer is Troop Leader. Heights Intermdiate Girl Scout Dr. and Mrs. Loranger and

The Scenery Is Lovely Troop No. 1 on Tuesday evening daughter Renee of Fernandina
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE From The Ground Up! Dec. 30 at St. Anne's Parish Beach visited Dr. Loranger's parents ;,
Your correspondent does not House. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huff-

Men's Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes consider herself a "crusader", The flag ceremony was per- man.
but she has had some favorable formed by the members who had Mr. and Mrs. J, o. Robersonand
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY comments on the article on previous Scouting experience: family visited his mother.
TREES, which she wrote sometime Carol Stephenson, Nancy O'Con- MrS. Ada Roberson and her parents -
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner : last summer. We still have nor, and Carolyn Elmore. The Mr. and Mrs. J. Tillis.

the trees, and we still have our girls who passed their Tenderfoot Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Faber of

lingers crossed. requirements and were invested by Clare, Mich and Mr. and Mrs.
Just outside our city limits, we their leader, Mrs. C. J. O'Connorwere John Smith of Coleman, Mich.
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY have a beautiful section knownas Carol Baler Sylvia Dodd I visited Misses Anna and Attie Lee
Chatauqua Heights, or it usedto Virginia Campbell Phyllis Massa recently.
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE be beautiful if a little wild Kay Sunderland Norma Vallde- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dunk urw'
before somebody or a lot of peo- juli. and Cathy Williams. I went to Miami to visit Mr. Dunk's t l

Day Phone Nile Phone pIe got the idea of dumping their After the ceremony, refreshments parents Dr. and Mrs. George t, f ,s
SAF-GAS trash in that area. Cans beer were served to the approx- Dunk. From Miami they sailed to
4351 2582 bottles, cartons, old letters, receipts imately 30 guests in attendance, Nassau for a week. Mr. and Mrs.

and grocery lists do not by the girls themselves. Dunk now live at Raley's cottages. a
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost enhance the scenery. And although Firemen And Wives Greet Sen. and Mrs. J. E. Cross and xw'rr

there are not many housesin New Year With Party .daughters. Gail and Betty Jean,

Complete Line of House Heating Equipment In North that area, when the wind The Keystone Volunteer Fire- visited the Bob Bishops in Or-
I blows theii yards are littered with men held a gala party on New lando.
Florida.: If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First. papers papers which have been Year's Eve at the Firehouse. Mrs. S L. Menge and grandson.

dumped nearby. There were games, contests, danc- Tommy Provost, spent the Christ-
'! If you have been guilty of disposing ing, and refreshments. Mrs. Dick mas holidays with Mrs. Menge's

I of your trash in this way :i under land was the winner of daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and
m LAKE FRONT SPECIALSWhite -- we ask you to please let your conscience the hu'a-hoop contest, being able'. Mrs. T. A. Provost and family in -- -
I be your guide in the fu- even the New Orleans. La.
to out-hula everyone
.,., _. _
Sand Lake A Good Investment ture. There are other things you men. Each guest was requestedto Rev. and Mrs. Ray Stedham
carl do with your expendables. write out a new-year's resolution visited Mrs. Stedham's mother in
LOTS AT $1250 Papers can be incinerated, cans and drop it into pot. Shortly Georgia.Mr. .
pnd bottles buried. We don't knowof before midnight, everyone was and Mrs. Jackson of Ft.
These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and any law or ordinance to prevent given a resolution to read to the Myers visited Mrs. Jackson's par- E Wizard Portable Sewing Machine

you from continuing your which proved to be quite ents Mr. and Mrs. Rickard.We .
next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" group
present unfair practices, but we hilarious. At midnight, someone were grieved to hear that L. Absolutely FREE with each
just thought we might mentionit. blew the fire siren, tho it is not Y. Myers son of Mrs. L. Winni- < 4

S. E. M9KA Y -- REALTOR because it makes the residentsof certain just who. fred Myers of Lake Winott, died I
that area unhappy. If we can't Frank Harris and Bob Fiertz recently in a Philadelphia hos-
"convert"' you perhaps you'll at were in charge of the entertainment oital. He had come down in the it I- HOTPOINT 2DOORFREEZERREFRIGERATOR
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051--1151 4209 least get a good laugh out of this ; George Schaeffer and Wal- 'ast week of October and taken t
item. ly Muhlhofer were the decorating his mother home to live with him. I >li
''Mr.: and :Mrs. S. E. McKay committee. Bill Beam Everett When he found out he was ill. he I

Hold New Year's Eve Party Fox Charlie McGlave, Dick Sun- 'sent her home by plane. Mrs. }1 COMBINATION I
Mr. and :Mrs. S. E. McKay.entertained derland, and Bill Morgan were in Myer's sister. Gladys, stayed with i '
friends at their homeon of the food, and they were her last weekend. We extend our l I
New Year's Eve. While await- charge assisted in serving by Mrs. Fox sympathy to this woman who has ; I_:! t1 ; 12 FULL CU. FT. FOR ONLY

ing the new year the guests play- Mrs. McGlave. and Mrs. Beam. lost one so dear to her.
ed Brdge. Present for the plea- Morning-after clean-up committee This week school activities will 1L-I 349.00only
I tnt evening were Mr. and Mrs. AlI were Jim Donnelly. Edgar Ak- begin again. Friday night the

I Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I ridge and Sam Gardner. Bulldogs will host Trenton in the

1 ,Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Lew Muir, Woman's Club To Meet Melrose gym. On Tuesday. they I $3 weekly after (trade
/ wakes The Mr. and Mrs. Lon Rushton Mr.. On Tuesday Jan. 13 the Keystone will once again be the hosts as I
f and Mrs.: Lindsay Walker, Mrs. I I Height Woman's Club will they take on the Hawthorne !

...,../ d.1t I erencef AI Nelson, and Miss Gertrude i hold its regular business meetingin Hornets. I
Houser the newly-renovated club- TRINITY EPISCOPAL I I Don't be misled! All 2-door refrigeratrs are not the same. You must! have two
betweenWilhinq Rotarians Sponsor Christmas house. Surely everyone is looking i
Holidays For Two Foreign such nice for the refrigerator one for the freezer.
forward to meeting in separate refrigerating systems one
M. H. Breyfotle. Minister i
S\\\\\\\\\\ Students surroundings! Sunday School 8:45: a. m
li I Christmas for most people Is Infant Daughter Of Major 11:15. Episcopal Young People HOTPOINT HAS BOTH! Plus Automatic Defrosting.
supposed to be a jolly time, butif And Mrs. E. A, Timmins Dies
Morning Prayer and Sermon
havinqTht" you are a student at a Univer- Ward has been received of the
7:30 Holy Communion each
: p. m.
1 sity far from home in a foreign death o! the daughter of Major first Sunday. USE OUR HOTPOINT PROTECTED BUYING PLAN! No down payment with
country, it can be a mightly long, and Mrs. E. A. Timmins, of Columbus -

I lonesome time. However, thanks Ohio, at the St. Anne's .T.Y..y.... .........yy. trade-in. Quarter-year, No-Pay Grace Period. If unemployed due to lay-off or illness
to the efforts of the local Rotarians Hospital there. The child, named
I such was not the case for Laura Irene, was born prematurely FLORAHOMEAND you need make no payments up to maximum of full quarter-year period, provided .
two young men from Quito. Equ- on Dec. 27, and died on Dec. GRANDIN
ador. this past Christmas. at least three payments hare been made.
sooner you start to save, the sooner your fondest 30. Burial was in St. Joseph'sCemetery Dane
Fernando Fernandez and Diego in Columbus. Mrs. Tim-

wishes will come true in 1959. Next pay day come in Gandara both graduates of the mins is the former Lou Williams, A&A ALA ALA AAALAALLAAAA
Unversity of Honduras are presently daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
and let us advise you on your savings program. in College of Agricultureat Williams of Santa Fe Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson -
the University of Florida. They CHURCH NEWSSt. had as dinner guests Christmas -
were brought to Keystone Heights William's Catholic Church Eve Mrs. G. E. Halverson of REDFEARN'SPhone

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK by the Rotary Club, where they Monday evening, Jan. 5, the Florahome and Mr. and Mrs.
were entertained by the Rotariansand Catholic Club met in the Hall Christopherson and son, JOhn.
their families, and they were after their regular monthly cov- from Wisconsin. The Christ-
'A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community lodged at the Geneva Beach ered-dish supper. As usual the opehersons are planning to make 9391 "WHERE SERVICE IS ASSURED" Keystone HeightsBRADFORD
Red- their home in Palatka in the near
Apts. by Rotarian Huntley food was delicious. Plans were
Keystone l Heights, Fla. fearn. future.T. .
One of the most amazing things [Continued on next Page L. Drake and his son-in-law

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTT sonville. Trinity Baptist Church in Jack-' :ried Renee and Mickey home with I I Vienna Ga. !I daughter. and their guests Mr. with its-needs f r-protection and I.: A '; -\l.\KT: d, a,..-d.M .

KEYSTONE : Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Reiser I sonv ::1'?. her for a weekend visit. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Campbell and Mrs. Warren Boatright and impnnement. With a soil and TH>: or KIUPKTITIOS'

: of Newark, N. J. have been visiting The ceremony was performed I Iby Mrs. Susie Norman of Dinsmore spent Friday with Mr.and Mrs.' daughter were New Year's Day I water conservation farm plan you I FOR II\AIMI\l\I. HIM"TKTIt&TO \lU.t; OF

HIGHLIGHFSContinued Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson.Mr. .I \:; Rev. R. C. Gray, pastor of the spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Williamson in Gamesi11eJMr. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.I will be able to plan your farming I I ALL WHOM IT MAT COXCEUX

Reiger is the supervisor of church and a former pastor of < O. J. Phillips. and :Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville -!C. Crews and family in Clear- operaticn ahead of time. That !I Xti i r is hn-rhr given that I
& the DuPont Pigment Plant in' spent the holidays with I 'II hose filftl my: final returns as administratrix
Hampton Baptist Church. j Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Carter of water. way you can schedule your work.I "f the estate' of E. A
[Continued from Page One] Newark.Ed I Attending the wedding from' Denver, Colo. spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bell The District is governed by thelandowners '' laint'Y.' d..,..-.- ! m> petition fr final dircharge and
: family.
Conneen. Trail Ridge plant'supervisor I here were Mr. and :Mrs. Cox; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. McCarthy. I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Boatrightand in the District that I mil apply to the Honorable!

,. made to start early in the fall to arrived home from I and Mrs. Charles Hicks andy:MISS! Mrs. Carrie Lee Hart and J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonand daughter Mrs. Effie Boat- through a board of supervisors Theron .\.,'Yawn. Onintx Judge of

lepair the statues in the look Christ-into Christmasing; in Baltmore Sun- | Maggie Johnson. The bride is alsoa Hart of Bell spent Friday and Sat- daughter, and Mrs. Katie!right, and Misses Vera Crews and ilected] by the people to serve four,I', Bra I.It f"t.1"n M<,>'unt'Iunda.mj\:'. January, at:'h 10 1 iis!OnAM

mas Manger Scene or to day. Since reservations were at a I great-niece of Otto Hicks oft urday with Mrs. Nancy Keene and Padgett have had as recent guests I' Merle Boatright visited the I. J. years. The present supervisors; are' for apm-oval of the MOW and fur
.. the possibility of new ones': The premium this time of year. Mrs.! to Mr. and. Mrs. Marcus Griffis and fnj: | di""< harda5 adminiM,atnx of
Hamplon. The newlyweds plan | the Allen Harts. Mannings in Macclenny. Sunday. Foster Shi Smith. Chairman: I the .
meet vstatf f: A
men of the club will on I' Cain.-v d< .a".d
Conneen and her son. Peter arrived Jacksonville.I James Padgett and son of Lake 'iI .
make their home in Sam McGarvey. Vice-Chairman
Mr. and Mrs. Marion I : lsah ..
Friday evening Jan. 9, to sand Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tony and d chi l rnilxT ?"th :< at
that en Monday also from Balti- PersonalsMr. family of Orange Park were Sun- Wales. I end son. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence+I I Llcyd Green. J. B. White and" Mark.irad.r..rd "'"""1\. Florida
and finish the new tables
An unhappy sight greetedMr. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham s BETTY i\IXKY
more. and Mrs. E. L. Birt an- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.D. Moseley and family, Mr. and Mrs. '',Zedra Hamilton, members. .
have been purchased. \ ln .
just Conneen his arrival home. : and daughter the I tn! on spent
Sunday will be the regular I nounce the adoption of a son. Allan A. Jones and daughters.Miss I Mac McCaffrey and family and ,I Soil Conservation Districts; areselfgoverned. : of i: .\ t;..unde.. .'a...ed
Somehow the turned weekend with her parents, Mr.
power was The Birts have Mr. and 1-1 41 I 1.::::
l one-year cld. Mrs. Henry Tanner and They direct their'conservation
for the Yvonne Gaskins of Jacksonville
Communion Sunday men i -
off, and the contents of his refrigerator and Mrs. Nathan Starling. -
of the Holy Name Society. j i i was a total loss. All one other son, Ronnie. spent the weekend with The Shirley Johnson family I family of Jacksonville visited the activities as they see
I Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent the Dave Tanners during the week. lit. By request the District may
her and Mrs. Fisher
PersonalsIt parents, Mr.
those nice frozen fish and game were last weekend guests of Mrs. Termite Control
Christmas holidays in Jacksonville Gaskins.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and I get assistance from other agencies
was nice to see the Siprelle and! steaks etc. had to be thrown I Hornbeck in Ocklawaha. I, I
in for New II' with :Mr. and Mrs. Shirley and Mrs. Reddish of I David carted their son. Wendell I II !
family back town Roy Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Ser-vice. FOR DEPENDABLE.
Years. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Siprelle cut.Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Williams I Piper. Webster brought their mother sons, had as guests during the I I. to Lakeland, Sunday to resume his I II.

and their children Dickie, Mary of Perryulle. Md. have arrived Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown Mrs. Mary Reddish, home on holidays, Mrs. H. C. Adams of studies at Southern College on I Service. Forest Service Household d CommeroUl

Jo and Mike were back in Keystone in Keystone Heights for the winter and son Randall. Mrs. T. F. Thursday after she had visited Charleston. S. C., Mr. and Mrs. I I.Monday.Mr. I i rnd others. However the directionof Pelt ControlS

their old home town on months. They came Sunday. Brown and Mrs. H. L. Ownbey of I them for several days. Wilbur Marshburn and daughterof and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins had.I. the District remains in the
New Year's eve and left again for, Leidy Guerre of St. Petersburg, Keystone Heights, were Jackson Friend of Miss Enza Blanchard Marianna,and Mr. Marshburn's I i as recent guests. Mr. and Mrs. the local citizens at all Grove Spraying
their Jacksonville home on New spent New Year's eve and New ville visitors on Friday last week. I will be glad to known that mother of Keystone Heights.Mr. Bob Gwin of Hialeah. I.1 times

Year's day. Dickie stayed with his' Year's day with Mr. and Mrs. Visiting here last Tuesday with she j.I improving nicely after her and Mrs. Landon Griffis of I Mrs. Martha.Bales and daughters Call FR 6-2661

friend Mike Walrath; Mary Jo Charles McGlave and their two. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home were!stay! in Bradford County Hospital.She Jacksonville were Sunday dinner and Mrs. Mae Wells spent i I| TilE RIGHT TOLNT for the.
I I '' Florida Peat Control)
stayed with: Darlene Campbell,': daughters.Mr. Guerre is Mrs. Mc-, Mrs. Eulala Zeigler and son Fred I. returned to her home here. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levin Thursday with Mrs. Clara way you write. Come In and "select

and Mike bunked with David I ISchaeff I[Glave's cousin.COMMUNITY. dy and Miss Roland M. Knightof Thursday. I II Griffis. I I Whorter in Altoona. 1\Iac-I''I your favorite &;TER ROOK & Chemical Co.

r. Mr. and Mrs. Siprellewere Reevesville. S. C. They had I I I' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had Mrs. Susie Prevatt and the Ro- ., Mrs. D B. Thomas and daughter. Fountain fen 'TELEGRAPH. I I i

the guests of the Chuck CHURCH OF been visiting relatives in Bradley I as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. well Prevails Thursday guests I Mrs. Mattie Carter. Mac Tanner I 24 N. W. 18th Ave.

Newmans. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Junction, Fla. I I Carl Peavy and family Mrs. Gara were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hutch- II and Mrs. Elmer Carter attended I I. (........,. JarfsrVi Court In tad For Gainesville, FlofldaFACTORYPRICES

Another family of former Key- James D. Pait. Organist. Walter Mansel was taken to Dorman and Mrs. Ernest Peavy inson of Dallas, Texas. the funeral of an aunt, Bradford ''....n.,. Florida.
I In ,,
Choir Director. rrK.xtat: : ? f
stoners were in town for the holi- Services: Church School 9:45: Bradford County Hospital in I: of Ocnee. Mrs. Joyce Futch and daughter ..Mrs. Ellen Pettigrew in Mac "i I ..

days. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rid- a.m.. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Starke last weekend for treatment.I Miss Betty Gaskins of Jacksonville spent Thursday and Friday with clenny on Wednesday.Mr. 1

aught and their daughters.! Trinia Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and visited her parents, Mr. and their aunt. Mrs. Leon Jones of and Mrs. G. W. Roberts I

and Vickie were in town visiting ST. AXX'S EPISCOPAL Eilly Horne were New Year's day i Mrs. J. B. Gaskins. this weekend. Ormond. were' Sunday guests of Mr. and
Aanous relatives during the holicey CHURCH KEYSTONEM. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. c.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilkison The Rcy Griffis family visited Mrs. I. B. Cody and family in. THY ANY PAINT I MAKE AND I'LL GIVE

season. They now live at Port II. Breyfogle, Minister G. Barksdale in Starke. Billy returned -I had as guests this weekend their Penny Dinkins in Jacksonville last I Jacksonville.Mr. YOU A GALLON OR QUART WITH EACH

Walton Beach. Morning Prayer and Sermon,!, tc Homestead AFB Sunday sons. James and Billy and their week.Miss and Mrs. Bryant Reddish ONE YOU BUY

Miss Katherine Eichelberger. 9:30: a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. niht; after a holiday leave here I I families of Jacksonville.We JoAnn Wilkerson and Mr. ;I had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs.
aunt of school principal Robert Holy Communion each first Sun-I jwith I his parents. were sorry to learn that the and Mrs. Erby Lowery visited Mr. : Ray Dorman and sons of Jacksonville -
Parish each third Niel Joycers had moved back to and Mrs. Jimmy Reed in Jacksonville -
day. Supper
Knox is home after spendingher I Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Snow
Wednesday 6:30 p. m. I their former home in Saratoga Thursday evening. ''of
]) holidays in St. Luke's Hos- .and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of Starke.
Heights in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. GuyFutch and I FREE.Prices
in Jacksonville. She is most
pital FLA Willlston visited Mrs. T. F. Brownin
grateful to all the nice' people in FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHJ. Hampton Sunday. The Pete Crawford family hadas family had as guests durtng the i
Keystone who remembered her I holiday guests their daughter. holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Gar- .
R. Smith pastor. Ralpn Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McElroyand
with raids and letters. Mrs. Clara Miller of Miami and rett and family of Tallahasee.
Copeland. Minister of Music and children spent New Years Day
I Arthur Griffis of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Crews and
Mrs. F A. Fitzpatrick and her church organist. in Cross City visiting relatives.Mr. start at $2 per qt.; $5.98 per gal.
New Years dinner guests of Mr. family Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mc-
daughter, Marian are' the guestsof Services: Sunday School 9:45a. and Mrs Donald Slade and I
!! and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison were Stephenson and Mr. and Mrs.
:Mr: and Mrs. Harold Sutton m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. son moved this week into the
I Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins and John Moye of Jacksonville.Mr. St* _! SJBmii MARY CARTER, PAINT STORE ,
and the Sutton children. Nancy Training Union, 6:45 p. m. Even- Mary Piechowski house on Division -
family and Mr. and Mrs Donald and Mrs. Earl Mosley and
and L' e. Mrs. Fitzpatrick is Mrs.Sutton's services 7:30 Ave. I
: m.
ing p. Wilkison and sons of Jacksonville. family had as Sunday guests Mr. Soil Conservation 335 N. Temple Starke Fla. Ph. WO 4-8565 I II
mother. She and her Al Bryant, son of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lige Douglas andi and Mrs. Billy Lee and family of
Catholic Chapel
daughter Marian are from Norfolk M. Bryant, is leaving this N-E-W-S STARKE. FLORIDA
Keystone Heights i I Henry Douglas of Lake Butler Green Cove Springs and Mr. and i I I
Va. Thursday for Davisville R, I.
Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. j I pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Pringle and family of By Bill Haas
here he is stationed with the U.
Mrs. Jim Hetherington has been .
Earlie Padgetl and family. Palatka.Mr. '
Soil Conservation Service < -- -
Holyday Mass at 7:00: m. '
in the Bradford County Hospital. a. S. Navy on the ship "Picket Line. II -
Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. Misses Patricia and Judy Pad- and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt - -
but is home a ain. Meanwhile, her He spent the holidays here with week their I and I I was out to the N. J. Hayes
Confessions before all Masses. gett spent last with and family spent Saturday
mother. Mis. Paul Garber of Avon Baptisms, marriages and Instructions his parents. Also here for Christ- brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Sunday wth Mr. and Mrs. Ernest farm the other day completingthe I
with the Bryants were their I PIT BARB0Luscious
Park has been helping with the mas
by appointment.YTTTTTTTTYYYTTTTTTTTYYTT. Mrs. J. D. Davis and family in Southerland in Lake Butler. work on a land grading job.
household and chil- son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. D. G, Wilkerson's N. G. had completed one field
Mrs. Damcn Noland and childrenof
dren. Arthur Green of Norfolk, Va. holiday visitors were Mr. and Mrs.V. ;jtarlier this year and was able to

Mr. and Mrs. George Schaefferwere Liveoak.Mr. spent the holidays with his parents D. Dickinson and family Mr. i|I plant a crop on the field that was Ribs Pork Chicken Barbecuedas
and Bob Faile of Jacksonville -
Sunday evening visitors at HAMPTONBy Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and and Mrs. D. J. Ballentine and I II I graded. He remarked that the
the Bill Siprelle home in South visited here with her par- sister Bonita in their new home. family of Jacksonville Mrs. H. R.I water drained off the field very you like it on open pit "Georgia Style"SOLD
ents. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran-
Jacksonville. Their son. David Julius Eunice spent New Year's Barrett and family and Mr. and I good. He is planning to put in another -
who had been visiting Mike Si- Mrs. I). E. Iini nen. New Year's Eve. weekend with his uncle and aunt. Mrs. Bryant Wilkerson of the I field this year. The practice
and ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfield
prelle since New Year's day accompanied .4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYernon Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Knight of State Farm. Miss Gloria Anderson of grading and shaping land is
them home. family of Gainesville visited his Maxville. went home with the Dickinsons an A. C. P. program, and you 11'EYILi.. BARBECUE YOUR MEAT FOR YOU!

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ridaught Forsyth Hospitalized mother Mrs. Nora Layfield in Recent guests of Britt Rosier for a visit. can get help in putting the prac-

celebrated their twenty-second After Accident Thursday Hampton Sunday.Mr. and the Ray Rosiers were Rudolphand Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and tice on your land. Most of our ALL-MEAT HAMBURGERS
wedding anniversary on Friday Vernon Forsyth is confined to and Mrs. V. J. Slade were Clarence Rosier and their family visited Mrs. A. J. Starlingand !fields have small pockets that i

Jan. 2. this year. To make it an Bradford County Hospital this New Year's visitors in Maxville of familes of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Higgin- hold water, which keep the surrounding I
occasion the couple drove to I week with serious injuries follow- Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade. Miss Elizabeth Terry Mrs. botham in Baldwin last week. I land too wet to work. I SMOKED HOT DOGS 15c

Ocala for dinner at the Brahma ing an automobile accident at the The Misses Connie and Norma Joyce Fetch and Miss Mary Julia Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Almost all of these fields have (They Are Delicious)

Re ta Jrant. railroad crossing in Hampton about -. Sweeney of Gainesville visited theC. Futch were Wednesday luncheon sons were New Year's Day dinner |a fall. With a land shaping or

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski 11 p. m. Thursday evening, L. Mars of Hampton Sunday. guests of Rev. and Mrs. Edger guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colon i grading job these pockets can be

and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garner Jan, 1.Forsyth's. Wilkinson and family in Lake I* in Brooker. They also visited I I drained. I Whole BARBECUED CHICKEN 1.25TERRELL'S

drove to Lakeland Monday even- car coming into City. They also visited Mr. and I(the Grady Kellys in Yankeetown.I I I Soil and water conservation I

ing to attend a banquet for Mining Hampton from the west first hita YVYYYTLAWTEY Mrs. J. W. Terry while in Lake Mr. and Mrs. Earl Collins and I farm plans were delivered to S.

Engineers. Mr. Pawlikowskiand light pole, then the railroad Mrs. Thelma Kelly in Gainesville.The J. McGaney and D. W. Carpenter. BARBQHiway

Mr. Garner are both staff crossing signal pole. which was City.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand Harley and Hilman Wal- The farm plans contain suggestions -

engineers at the DuPont mines. broken off. The car landed between Aj Mr*. Joyce T. FntrhAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA sons and Mrs. Lomie Mosley drons of Jacksonville spent the on establishing pasturesand 100 Sf: Mi. South Starkc I': :Mi. W. Keystone

Miss Agnes Watson; daughterof the depot and the signal had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. weekend with their parents, Mr. pasture maintenance It is
Mr. and Mrs.Al. Watson has post. Hassie Reynolds in Baldwin on and Mrs. Robert Waldron.Mr. the object 01 he Soil ConsenaI -

returned to her studies at Emory Seaboard Railway installed anew Rev. E, C. Harvey and Mr. Jen- Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. Melson Privett I tion Service to help land ownersin Meal Guaranteed To Please It Is The Best

at Oxford, while her brother. Al, temporary signal at the kins of Jacksonville were Thurs- and Mrs. Leon Wilkersonand and family had as Sunday guestsMr. using each acre of agriculturalland

Jr.. has returned to Emory University crossing later Thursday night. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. family had as guests duringthe and Mrs. C. G. Smith and within; its capabilities and OPEN DAYS A WEEK 10 AM TO 10 PM

in Atlanta where he is Jean Hicks MarriesIn Vaughn Prescott and Lonnie holidays :Mr. and Mrs. Erby sons of.Jacksonville. the treatment of each acre of ,
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studying pre-medical !subjects.'; JacksonvilleJean Prescott.Mr. Lowery and L. G. Wilkerson of Mr. ant' Mrs. C. C. Crews and agricultural land in accordance --- '.. -- -
' Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hicks daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Polk and

William Simeral at their Lake and Mrs. Frank B. Hicks of Jack- family and Mrs. Christobel Valenti r> nr

.. Brooklyn: home. were Mr. and sonville. and granddaughter of of Jacksonville spent the week- .. ;.!.,'m.J ......... _, ... -.41 ::'_.. E-cj'iM! wedding of style and luiuryl
Mrs. M. Coolev" of Jacksonville.; Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox of Hampton enr with Mrs. Mattie Carter and ""- r The n 4 passenger Thunderbi'd, let,
Mr. and of and William H. Greene of in ,. .,.. ':. :: .
, Mrs. Dotty Jacksonville family. Mrs. Valenti had been to Married style ..;--rwr. and 6-pauengw Golan Club
and Mr. Simeral's cousin Jacksonville were married Tuesday see her sister Mrs. Annie Ree YiJana, right.proportioned .
Miss Betty Manley. also of Jack- evening, December 30. atPAUL'S Meyers of Savannah who was ins to the'Tbunder blvd...

recent automobile accident and

found that she was improvingand

SUNDRIES would be removed from the

hospital to the home of Mr. Mey- GkrnoiuiT r
ers' parents in the near future.
Melrose ,Vhere Friends Meet! Mrs. O. J. Phillips Bill Gaskins 0

and Miss Ola Mae Phillips were 1


Leslie Phillips and sons of Cal-
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Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and r
I Colon ,
I KEROSENE Ie FUEL OIL in Jacksonville on f
I Diann were ClubV cfono. 0f'4 of SIM sedan
I Saturday to see Mr. and Mrs. Mac hardtop Duel convertible Goloiifl modefe. ,

New Service Offered By I McKinney. Miss Linda Stouten

I came home with Diann for the J

ODOM'S HARDWARE & SUPPLY i I night. They carried her home on

i Sunday and were dinner guests 4'Wu
MELROSE\ FLA. I of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Buff;

I Kenneth Lee Carlton of Jacksonville -
. GR5-3ILM; PHONES GR 5-3313;
. spent last week with his

Please Call Us Day or Night For Prompt, Courteous grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgett and

family of Heilbronn visited Mr. i

and MrsTheodore Crews Sunday.

WELL% DRILLING Pumps Service and Mrs.David Levy Johns Griffis spent and from Curtis Fri- @

fay until Sunday with Miss Edna

Mae Griffith in Macclenny.
TEn AVAILABLE Mr and Mn Howard Norman Acclaimed by the World of Style

and family visited Mr. and Mrs. World Fashion
Acclaimed by the of
Prompt Service Free Estimates Carlos Rosier of Raiford Sunday.Mr. -

and Mrs. Oscar Carter and TJwnderbrrd elegance anyone? Then step this way to the most sophiiti-
Mrs. J. S. Norman varried Mrs. Here is the mostperfect
I brilliant new-Gakxic.
Ford the
paled new ever 1 f
RALPH E. MATHEWS: : Lois Carter Sunday and afternoon.sons to after Jacksonville she- match yet ol the Thunderbird'j silhouette! This altngether-new / ,

I exciting choice of six model, including
Kae ot 59 Fords often vat aa
I' 0. Bux 528 Melrose, Fla. had Mr.visited ana Mrs them Markilee here. Rauler- ...! and four-door sedans, twoand four-door hardtops, a sleek coajerabte. D 7 T ED Newett of the World's Mo* I

PHONE GR 5.5101 son and daughter of Hahira Ga. .a.d die incomparable hardtop convertible.These six glamorous (j r &aotifoliT Proportioned Cut I

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest slew Galaxies took like the Thunderbird...go like the Thunderbird.. .

. Raulerson and daughters from fret fee die Tbeodcrbini a. aalthingexcept price. !
'f.haf6i Our Bualncs Wednesday until Saturday.Miss ,

.. Joy Ann Starling spent '
H If A Gl-; We Have III! last week with her uncle and aunt I'

CALL WRITE or VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price. Mrs. '
Price and daughter brought her i TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ;l

home Friday and remained for ,
Joe Peters Glass Go.
. i the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. i

> Ray Rosier and the Steve Star- 206 W. MADISON ST. f

t1'e Design Modern Store Fronts Miss Renee Moore was the guest '

Just, Mail Ug At Pattern for,- of blrr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and
Table TopsI3J3NJW. jon in Gainesville from Sunday I '"".: *.l0.000 99 CASH FOM NO A. (PICTURE YOURSaF IN A 59 FORD-AND WIN A TRIPLE GRAND PRIZE t lUlL INFORMATION
until Wednesday, David I c.pew .asrp blank and III-off cat nifl .-f1I,..
Mrs I
.. ith ri GainesvilleFla., Phone.FRi 24353: 1 1Moore OOVS VACADON ... .
ffcncfcedk of other fabulous prizes in the Sylvania; Photoflash Contest ford o.afe 01' SyI.- sh,.Oar .
o!Jacksonville visited the 9iiR FAMU
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St..Mark's Episcopal I Ethel Long _reporter. New Bethel Baptist Church Kathie have left also for Colum
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I Phi Beta S.gmaBeta New Bt"thelBaptist Church Ret. bus. Ga. but wilf join Sit: Royal

eeY. flayIDcbdMcBiala. Pi Chapter of Phi Beta A:B.. Vinson. pastor will hold regular later Colorado. MissBeUyvJean

Sunday Services- 9:45 a.m., Sigma Fraternity held its first: communicn.set\'ice.on Sun Jenkins has returned to college

I CHURCH HEWS Church School; 11:00: &.In., Morn regular meeting for 1959 on Monday day starting with Sunday ,School after a two weeks vacation' with
: ing Prayer and Sermon. at Florida Normal & Indus- tt 10.a.. m Supt. S. W. Hanker- family.and<.fuend*. Joan..Jenkins,

Holy Communion-Firat Sun : trial College. St. Augustine. Frater son in. charge. Covenant meeting reporter.

U I II day. 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday. E. R. Shell was unable to attend at 11 a. nx. Communion ,at 7 p. a. .T.Seha.1

7:30 ajn.Wednesday. due to a basketball gam in Crescent -. m. All members and friends art, Mts. M. L. Paul teacher of Third

7:00 pan., Choir J-i- DbNCA.NEBL City. I invited to attend. :end: fourth grades has returned

I Methodist ChurchChurch I At The Tabernacle. Practice; 7:45: p.nx. Litany and Wherein I rejoice over Christ chops ,and sausage. I Kill Social Club I Sgt. Carl Royal left the-city recently RJE after several .weeks of illness.

Bible Study. mas cards and gifts. I sing Christmas This 13 my day to bake bread. The first regular monthly meeting : for U. S. Camp Jn. Colorado She wishes to.thank all personsfor
School. 9:45: ; a. m. The first Lord's Day service of I
carols and roast the turkey.A I 1 lo/ve to bake and have a batch of the KiYi Club will be held : after mone than. a months leave kindnesses shown during her
Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Nursery the New Year at the Gospel Ta- | HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
country winter is solitude nbing now. I will have hot rolls in Starke at the home of the I I with family and friends. illness and wishes for,. each of YQU
and Junior Church provided bernacle was conducted by the Premillennial Fundamental
i : The ruined woods reach up to for supper. Shells. The, club is composed ol r Mrs. Annie Ruth Royal and I Ii I a Happy Prosperous New Years"Partel :
during the morning: service.. MYF. sponsor with F. R. Sacher assisting Missionary. Seven miles south of i
meet the snow. Amongmy Christmas cards I members from Hastings, Palatka.
6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:33: p. in the Communion service. i Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- 'I
m. 1 The Life of Christ beginningv.ith ham. pastor. No* hope is still, the hours from Florida was a lovely one Crescent City and Starke. Other ,'I\ TUB-*. rlllCtlT COIRT, IA AD ru.aiuanrow COtTTr FLORID

Tuesday 9:30: a. m.. Prayer the Christmas Lesson of his i Sunday School, 10 a. m., Worship brief subdued from Starke signed "From all local members are Robert and I AT LAWO..
Friends in Annie Jane Dell. HOrSTOX T. X.\ OAS? AM OIL )
your Starke. I
group sponsored by WSCS. tirth is being taught to the 11 a. m.. Training Union, 7 And life is like a sudden flame want. I COKPOrtT10X.: a corporation, )
j, Zeta Phi
to Beta SororityAll
thank the senders and to let I I Petitioner.
Wedns ay. 3:30 p. m. Story young people in Flannelgraph p. m.. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. turned low. ) %HODtDI
you know it gave me much joy.I members of Iota Alpha ) NOTICE OF CO.MJKMVITIO!
Hour for primary group. 7:15: each Sunday. The impression Wednesday Prayer meeting The Irosty nights with ice beneath Li L. IF.*("M. et al )
Pra started writing Clay Hill 15 Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority i If ftn )
'cIcting: : and Bible Study these lessons make upon the chil- I' our feet
7:30 .
i p. m.Everyone asg IX TFIK) XAME OK ANt e* THis .. T..11J; ur
years ago this January. I hopeI I are l to meet in the sorority : AlTTHOraTY OF Tl1J:: !
in. Fe;:owshp Hall. 8:30.: Chancel dren is noted in reports given to welcome. When prairie stars are far a- I 'I..omI).':

Choir rehearsal: in sanctuary. the adult classes of previous lesSons way and cold.Woodchucks, can continue on until it has room in Fisher Hall! on the third I f TOviiok IT 11.\Y CV.NCEK.N. ana:

teen 20 years. I do love hearing. Monday night for a very important ..
from to time.
time drowse in .
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH some F rrel 0...1-v. E.n..t'. Eat .a...
LAMTEV CHURCH OF CHRIST Children not attending Bible LawteyA. tight, warm retreat from you all and to keep in touch meeting. All recent graduatesand I I ".!we

(pnwntly: meeting in City Hall) School elsewhere are cordially invited E. Massry. Pastor And every leafless tree is with my friends and school chil- undergraduates are asked to !I I Annie I..>a<.h. Albert P. ljf*ctt. Ik Noa. ... .... 1iI."
Sunday, -Bible study, 10 a. m., to attend these classes. crmine-stoled. dren by this column. God bless attend. L. Calhoun and O. Shell Lr"n U Leach all (.( KKU. L'ur- .. -
school 10
Bible a. In. ...
ham. Mi
sponsors. >uri. Otis' 1': Leaih &
worship. II a. m.E"emngYoun. Preaching 11 &. m. The snow falls gently softly on you everyone. wife. Laura K. Lrach. Starke.Kin .
? people's Bible GRAHAM: each hillWhhpers QUICK VEGETABLE. SOUP. Basketball Highlights Blanche I.. Carpenter and .

study, 7; preaching, 7:30. BAPTIST: : CHURCH Bible Evening Study Service and, Prayer 7:30 p.Meet m. low, "It is so still, so '2 lb. ground beef 1 tbsp. fat 1 On Monday night in spite of the hu"ha Il>t'OI n Market
Wednesday! ':' Bible) study, 7:30 Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng ing 7:30 ." chopped onion. Salt to taste. cold RJE Tigers defeated Crescent s .uri: A,.Kul.r 1... Hurt' and hu-

Worship 11 a. m. Training pm., Wednesday.Radio Water to City High School by a score iMml. p. m1'jtdis cover vegetables. 1
Winter has last to cup
program 8 to 8:30 a. at come our Marwood. Jlinu.uri; & Krne.'t \\.
I'rc.gramStation I Union 6:30 p. m. vening! Worship m. each station town. The ground is white and gieea beans, 1 cup diced potatoes, of 30 to 16. Captain Johnny Jack Ira.-l and Wife. Margaret Leach.

WHGR. .iday. a. rn. 7:30 Rev. Billy Bryant Sunday over 1 sliced carrots 1 son and his team.really turned on j Parton.4 B-ach. Ma., 5"le belrs
6:30 m. -
I p. WRGR. Starke. the moon has been shining so I cup cup chopped I of L. L. Leach, df'1."f'a'f'd;
pastor. full and bright. For Christmas cabbage, 12 cup celery, tomato the heat. The return game will be ,
I plaYed) Jan. 16 between girls and Z Franklin Lumber & Basket! Com Non, "-'-- ':71 "cr
I HAMPTON we-had no snow, and a mild sunny juice. Brown beef in fat, add pany. a corporation.

AVERSEAnd St. Edward's Catholic Church CHRISTIAN CHURCH day. I wanted a white Christmas : onion and cook until clear. Add boys. if the weather permits. The l' Ma-anopy; Florida

Starke, Florida Christian Endeavor, Friday. 7SO but managed to enjoy the the vegetables, all. but the cab- risers: and Tigerettes will meet I : W H.ijtan Smith and Koltne W. (1) Thf Kqnitahle Life $ .O.O"
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. bage and tomato Cook Douglass Anderson High School Smith. lim w.fet-
.c.DrUT.6:6,7; I 'p.I m. Bible Study. Wednesday, pleasant weather. We opened our. juice. un I AcMirancv Society of C.
Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & I vegetables are done then add Tiday: Jan. 9 at RJE. This will Strke Florida, J;;.. :3!I;3 Tth Are, XewrYork.
7:30 gifts early Christmas Eve. Then
I p. m. Sunday Morning Wor II X. T.i.0W11aa4edat.d
be ,
i ,. 5:30 p. m.Weekday. ship 11 a. m. Evening. Worship : about eight we had company to pepper. cabbase and tomatoes to the: first home game for 1959. S-7- '. .recorded .
Eu!' ?s will run from the local i in Hk 36. P. In? .
, Mass at 8:00: a. m. 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. come. A young couple home for make .anice soup. I taste to see com- i !Of'c'urinc. repajnu-at of

t I Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 the holidays. Christmas day I if it is salty. Often add a tbsp. of munities. All patrons and students $1.o.9s'e.: 3

:'P. m. sugar too.HELPFUL. are inved to attend. C:' 'loilahI-f.if. .%..
CHURCH OF CHRISTC. roasted the turkey. Then after .
S... .f I"
; March Of'Dimes nr i S. came
\ Baptisms marriages and Instructions L. Overturf Jr., Minister dishes were done we rested and HINTS. 2 tsp. lemon addre : mvrtKfv dated
by appointment. juice added to milk will sour it at The annual drive for the Ma/ch :t-i-"S. rerded in
Sunday Sunday School!, 10a. slept. Then it was such a lovely of Book 37 P. :n. 'nr-
began on Jan. 2. and
m., morning ecrrice: 11 a. m, day we took a ride to the river. once. Roll raisins in flour before inic repayment' of .U o..
I HEILBRONV M1S./O>ARY I will extend through Jan. 31. Mrs. '
to cake
adding to keep from "r'J
these words,which 1 command evening service, 6:30 p. m. Not so much water 5n Missouri going .
I Charles C3) Ravnnier. 1'1P. O.Ittx .
'.thee this day, shall be in BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Bible study 7:30p. River now as they have, closed to the bottom. Grease pie pan L. Dinkins is general .;:t. Fernaidioa.Bn "I

thine heart: I Sunday Schoor 10 a. m. Morn In. the dam above. There was ice I with butter: before baking pie and chairman:: for the county while ..cit, Florida. aj>y ''If

And thai shaft! teach them ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening up the crust will be soft and flaky. Mrs. L. It. Royal is chairman for right. title or interest -C
en what water it had.I "
thy children. under a S -.vear lea!Ie
diligently unto Worship 7:30 m. Training our division. This will be
p. the third
I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS have set my quilt blocks together We were busy with funerals just dated l u-I-ia. recorded .
i Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid.! before Christmas but do not haveanybody year that Mrs. Royal has held the in M18C. Book :0,
CHURCH and have the lining and p. .::sr.Rayonier..
] Week Prayer; Meeting, Wednes- leadership. in our drive which is I
now. I robe to
Sunday School- a m.; Morn cotton. I shall put the quilt in the got my.
I day 7:30 p.m. largely, due to the remarkable 4 FnMer Slit Smith and Mary-Ann [vie, P. O. II.ln.Of(
Sunday School 9:13: .\ M. ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic frames tomorrow. I ironed this t wear when I play the organ. I success :Smith; hill wife, .ox. 728, Fern an din a
have worn it and people thoughtit she has provided in the cam- Starke, Florida ff'a'h. Florida. any
services. p. m. morning and am rendering our |
I HRVAY CHAPEL I paign. She is ably risht.! title or interest'
.Morning Worship 11 A.M.: nice assisted by the
and appropriate for
ASSEMBLY OF GODG. Wednesday Prayer Meeting hog fat for our supply of lard. I under a leixe dated
I Princi9als. supervisor and. other
chapel service. I am glad over it. 12-ZI-3I.: reonrded la
7:30 m. bcught a Log and had it butcher
Union : p.
Training 6:15 IVM. M. Osborae, Pastor local iriJK.
; community leaders. The Book:0, P. :U.
For Christmas. I got a lot of-
ed. We now have lots of pork
' Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn fight against polio is not over. For 5 P f. ned.iich and Iutb Ileddlsli.. None
Evening \Voshrip 7:30 II. I.IIR'ER : AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH I presents. One was. an electric Iii ".
ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic Iii j I Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn First Christian Church clock. from Don's daughter. and a this year we have "The New P. O. IN)x 3J5
:MEKTLNT.Wednesday : : Service 7:45: p. m. Thursday Cualleage in Polio. Virus Diseases. :lIi lri.ailway
ing Worship 11 a. m. Training sweater from Jr. and family. My
7:30 KM. weekly prayer service. Invitation Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wore Morning worship, 11 a.m. ton sent.a red silk. umbrella bath I Arthritis. Birth Defects. Central StarFIurda

I extended to everyone. I ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor powder, honey and so many Nervous System-Disorders. Toward 6 lovr.Benjamin his' wife Suslow and Anna So'None --::';! '5.0.

II Madison Street NORTH SIDE I Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 10 am. things. Don gave me money. It Greater Victories, Through Research P o. Box iv<>tIark.

I Everyone welcome. Youth Churcn, 7 p.m.. was a happy Christmas. I got a Patient Aid and Professional $ ... Florida, and .
BAPTIST CHURCH : 29! :, ."ortaOhinltl..n Are..New .
Wednesday Prayer Meeting coor mat that Don and Lura. Education. Coin cards will
says York 31. X. ft.
Church i Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- I
be given to all students and
7:30 parents -
HIGHLAND p.m. Digger got a steak and a bone. He
ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m.. is as ever only he cannotee are asked to join in. the 7 F."Ihl Smith and :Mary Anne None -''i, ,no."
spry .
((900 Block ,V. Madison St. TJnion, 6:3u:; p. m. Evening Worship March : wife
Wednesday. so" well. We walking to the of. Dimes. The child you Starke. Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a. in- go
7:30 D. m. Prayer Meeting i
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Ladies Council, 1st and 3rd postofficetwice a day and he help may be your own. and to all peraona partl..havln. 4 (Foster
Wednesda 7:30 Shi
m. Everyone
}. p. Smith. ...
J. H. Mabry\ Jr., Pastor each Tuesday nights. surely. enjoys that outing. Junior High or lainune any right title. intere. I Mary Anne Smith his
: Carter : 7:30 p.' m. Prayer Meeting wire, tlA
f'lcome.Rev R.
H. ,
welcome to each All staff members returned for eMate. mortgage or other lien to an
I Wednesday 7:30 m. Rev. Mrs. Lela Mae Carter sent me anti in ho
Pastor. p. w certain parrel" of land strip of Und fifty feet In
I George Ckism pastor. Everybody service. the holly and I was so happy. I duty after a. very delightful holiday situate. in P.radfurd I'ounty. KlvrMa.hereinafter ..xt dJL"Khiree.1 northerly' and width ta
period. The regular PTA- 4eirihed together with feet from the
welcome. decorated the living room and all unknown ","rllon's claiming by. d"'nh..t following
CHURCH OF GOD have a large sprig out on the Hobby Club meeting will be heldon through, and under known prrranawlio th. hi'. sttrvey of' $.r.Imf'P. T and 7 s.traversing tWl t:

FIRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. EVERGREEN Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- front of the house. Thanks to the second Tuesday night in known are to dead.t... dead and or alive.who are not :shV. >, .J thc and SW'the, nr ee. 1* T i
I X* of Sf'c.
BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday 1 Lela .1 had a full Christmas. I each month. On Jan. 12 the boys \\t.lHm.HOI'STO'oi; TKAAS T i. *. U :1 t:. Bradford County.I*.

Evening Service. 7:45 m. YPE and girls basketball team will play G.XD OIL CORPORATION. a Florida more pariicu.aiy
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching p. hope she received the gifts I sent corporatinn. has fited its Petition In as follows, to-wjt: described
Union 4 6:30p. Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m Bryant Academy of Yulee. We.ar> eminent domain |>roc *4in|; la the K..*innin* at a pomt In me
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town 11 a. m. Training her.When above entitled Court the line of .' '. east
against the
: Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. mLAWTCT you read this it will be Doping that the weather will be ( otsJtt.e. IS. said!
m. Preaching 1:311 p.- m. Prayei persons r whose names and place of point being m f t southerly and
Phones: Office WO 1-6801 Paslorium WO 9-2301 Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. In. o nice New Year. I always greet favorable and .that a large, crowd residence' ,are hereinabove !set! fortn. along said line free thenortheast
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn each. New Year with hope and a will attend this, the. first game being the defendant in cacti cauR" corner" thereof, ; sad' running thence
and wherein the Mid Petitionerpeeks A if degrees, 01 minutes
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. yVyyyyyyyyVyYyyyyVVYyyyNORTH ing Worship 11 a. m. YPE ServIce glad hpart. I will try to make it of the season. C. C. Anderson, to condemn aa ertate! 18. the tance of XII4 fret to in W point a dis of

Saturday, 7:30 p. n>. the belt of life. I shall principal. C. Johnson, reporter. following described property a* I* cut in the. west Ifnllt.of the StU: \ of
year my !ret! forth in the Petition filed" In s.- ,. T s R Zi t...
Sunday School 9: 15 .\.:M. Trainin gUnion 6:15 P.M. SIDEBy I be happy. helpful, work hard and Church NewsEbenezer !Mid! (cause. so that the came may Bem5 land owned by roster sui
he used for.right of f' CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Baptist Church way pnrposea MaryAnne Smith his
get up early for daily de-
my and all incideat thereof for the wife starke,
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Can BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA LATTER DAY SAINTS tot ionals and pray much all day Eberezer Baptist Church Rev.E. ocatinn and construction of natural mlth. widow.Florida Starke. and Florida Josie beIng H..

Services each Sunday in old D. Robinson. pastor held .won lUll transmission"! pipelines towtf7arcel : 'identified as Line List Xo. f-

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun., long.Happy New Year to all, derful service all day last Sunday tn-drs I of(Annie I. L.Leach Leach, XT deceased other" Parcel 1R.D-ls..3! (P. n. Reddish and Uutb

i Hi, neighbors, we surely ha'ebeen day School 11a.. m. Sacrament God bless you everyone. with the pastor in charge. Sunday aforenamed) Radish hi* wlfelA
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH A "trip "f land fifty feet in width strip of land
fifty fet
blessed with plenty of rain Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone we). LOVE. School at 10 a. m. Supt. Henry extending IS feet northerly and S'", extending is feet northerly|in and width:39

for the past week and a half but come. MOTHER LURA Bryant in charge. During the feet southerly from the Lollowingd.serib.d feet' southerly' from the following
line and traversing'the
we are thankful it cleared and morning service several visitors S W ', survey of th.-'SW'I. of-.or ?. d'-sTilM-d. survey 'line and traversingthe
SK', of
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a. VYVVV TV V .TTTTT..TTTTTNEWS 7 'Kange :i ta.t.
for were present including Deacon Tn"n"hip South. th.W': of th.it '
The perfect tribute to \ was a fairly good day Sunday ; of Sec ;u. T
( TSradforJ fnunty Florida more par- ;3 S. It.
Julius Royal of New Bethel Bradford 'ounty. Florida -
our Homecoming. Brother Jimmy OF INTEREST TO. COLORED Baptist -tilarly' described as follows to- more particularly described
a cherished memory Tatum of Jacksonville brought a Church and. Bryant family wit : follow 10-Wit: as

;! wonderful Homecoming message CITIZENS. OF BRADFORD COUNTY members of the armed forces. We *We..t IVginninK1 line of at the* point!SW'4 In of th"l Beginning at a- point In the" east
line of the si K', of the SW I of
Every funeral that we con. \ and it was a spiritual feast foreveryone. egret the continued illness of-our SW' t>f said ...tlon'. said S-c. 2/j. said point being 4 142
121* feet more ors
By Ozora J. Shell faithful member Sister Bertha point Iteing feet southerly and along said line-
welcomed each .
duct is a source of sustaining We l northerly along said line! from the northeast corner tnereof;
Reason but for her from the southwest cornerthereof
solace and spiritual inspiration : visitor who enjoyed the occasion A A AA A ... .. ..AA.. AAA AA pray speedy and runn.ng thence S and running thence<< 8 Jilt degrees
0* W
recovery. minutes a distance of liOj
l with us and we thank each of our 76 degree" ol minutes h a distance
i to the feet to its of exit In- the
point west
family. sister chuiches for their presenceand I Obituary Club held the first regular meet- The rally is. on on for the..in of H5! feet to Its point ofexit line of the it:": '4 of the SW.1! of

We trust that Bland-The funeral services for for1959 at the Brooks cafe with provement of our church. Each in the Hast line of, the. S'i Sec :6. T :5 S. R :i KIVing .
special singers. of tht'"I., (.f Sec. T :-. K
Hundreds of details and economical : lands owned
managed by P. U. Ked-
Mother Louvenia Drucilla taptain and is to 21 RTVing
each enjoyed the spiritual and Nancy the president Mrs. Wilhelmena group expected dish and Ruth Reddish, h151fe..

ly attended to that only a trained and careful material blessings as much as we Bland will be held on Sunday, Brooks in charge. The new offi- report $100 in March. On Saturday and spouse l.in, :'"if owned any. DT'l->I nte* Lv>Ieach o. 1. P. O. Ito, if:. :o7 Broadway.Starke. .

organization can perform when the urgent need did and invite each to visit us a- Jan. 11 at 2:30 p. m. at Antioch cers wil begin the year with Mrs. night starting at 7 p. m. a HOT ;I>::.r. tark... Florida andiPntitIPd Line .List, Florida'Xo 23::, end J HAIi.l'artpl identified. a-e

for serving is at hand.DeWITT Baptist Church. Rev. George Lee, Marie Thomas as treasurer' for Fish Fy will be held at the homeof ,.7. as Line I.lst Xo. 4-HKAU- fi (Benjamin Sulov S<,4

gain.Mr. pastor. the Sister Gussie Mae Jones in the Pan-el Franklin I.nmt..r &: AnTs Sunlow! his wife)
and Mrs. G. L. Sapp visitedhis good things in store by Xmas A strip of land fiftv feet in width

C. JONES sister. Mrs. Sarah Alvarez. Mother Bland departed this life of- 1959. All .membersare- looking interest of the drive. There will .\ I.krt0.strip of- land a fifty rporatlon feet in )width extending 15: feet northerly and 19

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE: SER'ICEPhONES who is ill Sunday afternoon. at the Bradford County Hospital :.fc1"\\.ard to saving as much as they be plenty of hot coffee so dont: extending la feet northerly. and 3* des feet. riled southerly' from line and the Ira following verainga
feet fMctiicrly from the followingriHwri survey
: \\'O ..1.26000 4-2610 Milton Dukes of Charleston. S. on Saturday morning Jan. 3. She can during this year and havingas stay: away if it is cold. Wemust >..-4 survey line and traversing portion of the XWI. of the SW' .

C. visited church services with us was bom in Chesterfield, S. c., much fun as they.can under go over the top in our rally. Ra- the XH "f the >t;'..: the 5of the ::i-:'4 of the SW. sF:'. of tttaXW

We furnish the highest type>> serilce at lowest!' prices, and accept Dec. 9. 1883. She moved to Florida -i the new leadership. Too much nell English reporter. the. ":'r.and NW>, of the $1:'. and S\V'I. of XU '4 of >> c.I .
Sunday night. ..r-;-. :*. T'S S. I: 13 K.lorMlaj' tWadt'irUotinty. I I' T 7 s R :: B-atiford fonnty.Florid .
ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, as Sorry to report that Brother in 1900 and established resi- cannot be said about our out-go.. Allen Chapel AME: Church (' more particularly more particularly. described

payment in part or hi full on funeral er\ices. Consultation Harold Alvarez is ill in a Jacksonville dence in Bradford County I sampoon -: ing president and organizer. Mrs. Allen Chapel A. M E. Church. drserihtd E"egiiining a,. at follows a p*.nnt to-wlt tnthe.'.* W all!:f....einnii ll"w...>?to-wit at a :point In tM WCtIne

I carries no obligation. hospital. May each one join City in 1919. Corean McNeil for the wonderful Rev L. A. Sampson' pastor held. line of the. -N', of s aid $re. 24.said'point -*>t the above described prop.TIF .
She was the wife of the late regular ccmmunion services on. Leing I2.>:2 ft Southerly sitaate in Sm- 14. said point brine -
that God will restorehis way'in which she encouragedthisgroupof aaldwect
' us in prayer and along' said line from the northwest 1(3 feet northerly along
health and return him hometo John Bland. She leaves to mourn more than 20 persons to Sunday starting with Sunday corner thereof: and running tine' from the sonthwesfor:: -

us. her passing devoted daughters: save for a very festive day- School upt. Irene Thomas in then<-.., S.0;.> degrees. It tn Inn tern K Smith.per thereof 61; deicrerK.; and 41 rnnninr mInutes thent K'adi *
of lioo feet to Its point
LOCAL MANAGER FOR Sister Dora Clark is also very Arata Williams. Truely Allen and CHR TMASWeclosed. her last charge. Guest teacher for class 4'a'f.alVJwthe dillf8Jtl. East line of the $WLof1b.XI'i.fS i I .. ance n( J51, feet to it* pout Of

Sara Terrell all of Starke; one with wonderful No. 1 was Deacon E. R. Shell. review :- ;. :tl e.Tg.ttiP. exft tn the South line of the M
and requests your year as president a
ill at Lake City T>ing land' owned by Franklin I IT.llmh..r of the SW of Se. IS, T 7 S. K
prayers. Brother M. L. McDanieland son. James Johnson Jr. of Jacksonville 'sapper party at the 'Ribault Sup. by O. R. Shell and Pastor Ra..k..t: Co. a corporation.Micanopr :z Ki r

sick : one sister Martha Rob Club in-Jacksonville for mem" Sampson. During the 11 a. m. Florida and Identified as : IVina lands owned by l>njamnPimlow. |
family are also on our per his wife,
I 4-KKAD-Z.. I s lid. Anna Kn'low.
Jim, Walter Corp."World's list! and reed. the prayers of each inson of N. C.: one brother. Willie-: tins'and their guests. "Hat's Off. service Love Feast was administered 1'Line.....-..,List:3 (No." Hogan Smitn, and Pox 1AA3.: S'arke. Florida and :ZIS

[ Crawford of Washington.. DJ C; to a great leader and friend. During : by the pastor and officers. Kolme W_ his wife) | Fort Washington! : .\"" Sew roricI
A strip of land fifty feet In width I :t:. X Y and .Identified a!* Line Llt
1 I one.Mrs.. Reese Scott is' spending five grandchildren. 19 great 1959 we- ask. all members to Visitors present included Sisters leading IS feet northerly and :lit I Xo 4-BRAO-J 1 1Parrel

.this week with her aunt Mrs. Lucille grandchildren and a host of other remember that "A dollar savedis I Minnie Smith. Meta Harmon O. (....t ,'niith.cly from the following 7 Pouter Shi Pmitn aid,
.-uriirf-d line and traversing: Mary Anne Smith hm )
Largest Home Builders"WILL RJ\':.!. sorrowing: relatives and friends* a dollar earned". Don't crave to I II Shell. Brothers Robert Dell and d the< XW',stirrcv and "the BH ff the SK'i A strip of land fifty f.et In width

Kenneth Hall of Thressa spent Rev. George W. Lee. Sr. will officiate I I spend what you earn. SAVE! Next son and E. R. Shell. Sunday Jan. of S,w.: i. T 7 5. K 21 E awl the :;J', es.le.nd.nf: lit feet northerly and 1*
j' nt the :\\'I. of See ,. T 7 S, K ZlU feet' Kontherly from the following
last week with Douglas Brown. at the funeral and. the meeting will be at th home of 11 is regular trustee day. Chair- Kradfurd County Florida more dMcrfhwl survey line and trareritq
man Eddie is askingall rit'e4 follows th". XE14 of the SW>i Of See 21.
BE IN STARKE Carl Thomas and final eulogy will delivered by Thompkins : partif-ularly d"8( a
Mr. and Mrs. Mis. Rabana Clark. Mrs. Alma IOa jt: T 7 S R 22 t:. Bradford 'ount--,
I children. Mr.- and Mrs Joe Grif- Rev. Alphonso Jenkins, Sr., for- members to see l leaders' and. Beginning at a point in the Wen Florid: more particularly' describtias.foilows. (

*fis. and Mr. and Mrs. Glen mer pastor of the deceased. Arrangements Jenkins, reporter. pay your dues. Missionary meet i line of t II.. S"f said Section *. to-wit:

EACH THURSDAYAT children of Jacksonville made by Hughes- Fiesta Club ing will be held at 4 p. m. at,the said point l>eing. 9 s feet northerly BtgtnnJcz! at a point In the wtIn.oftt.1e
Nichols! and and along-said line from the southwest XE i of the1.1 i of
wpre recent dinner guests of Chestnut Funeral Directors of The first meeting for 1959 will home of Sister Sarah Morris on cornrr thereof: and running.J asia Fe... 21, said point beingHI

Martin.Assocational Gainesville-Starke, interment in fceihdd at*the home of Mr. and the Old Lawtey Road.' President .7* d-gree fit minutes K a distance feet sootherly and alongatd lt>.
/Mr. and Mrs. Billy : nf 344 feet to its point of extt In from the northwest corner thereof -
Dates Lincoln City cemetery. Mrs Harry Young, at which time Givens is inviting all members the south line of the NW'U of SecT and: running thence S ?. degrees

STARKE HARDWARE CO. I Associational activi- O. E.: S. Dell Chapter new officers will::be- elected., All and friends to attend. Remember '. 7 S. It 2lr E: continuing on :-; minutes E a distance of IW9 feat
January the same bearing: and reenteringthe to its point of exit in the tact lie
ties included Bible Study at all Officers for Dell Chapter 1 .*. members are'asked.to bepresentand our sick and shut-ins since this subject property at a point in of the XE'i of the SW 4 of *>4c.

> Quarterly 168 of Starke were: elected. NTS. ore time. President and Mrs. i is your first duty as a missionary.Each ; the west line of the t'i of the SKU: !I. T 7 S. R JZ E.
12:30 P.M. TO 6:00: P.M. churches Jan.9: : f Sec *. saM point being DIP feet' R-iny lands owned by Foster Nil
meeting. Jan 9. 9:30: a. m.: Bertis Rcbinson became secre- Clarence DeSue -wishes to thank Tuesday all members of the more or le''''. northerly and along. Smith and Mary Anne SmttB. ins

executive board tary'rcporter for the group. Re- the many-friends-for cards flowers Junior Church are asked to meetat said line from the "southwest corner wife. Starke. norida. and Identity
Brotherhood 7* .JI Line T.Iut XI). 4-BPAD-A-S9.
'hereof. thne South degrees. an
meeting Jan. 12::!, at 7:30 p. m.'at' !eular meeting was held on Thurs- 'visits and other courtesies 5 p. m. May Lois Morris Is pre- minutes Kart a distance "f 111* feet TO!'. AXD EACH OF YOL", Al-Z

and day at the Masonic'HalL We regret during* the months illness of r her sident. E. J. Givens. reporter. to its point of exit in the ta't! linen HEREPY COMMANDED to be aid
Black Pond: S"K'. of Section 't.T in and before tile said CiteD -
( the K of the appear
For Appointments Call Mabel has, mother. She has retun.ed home Calvary Eapt Church j
Clerk's ccnference in Jacksonville. that Sister Bryant 7 !'i. K 21 K: and continuing on it Court on tb* Itt.day of Fef-
I Evangelistic conference been hospitalized 'and that our and is doing fine. The DeSue's Calvarjn Baptist: Church Rev. the same bearing and reenteringthe nary A.D.. US! t*. p.bow what hi.teren. .

JACKSONVILLE -- EV 7-1141 Collector r Jan.tit the 13:First Baptist Church of Worthy Matron Sister Janie SI: were weekend guestsof Mr. and George Le-Sr pastor will hold I the subject west: line property of the at SB a';point'of the tn to show. you cause'Jiaye In why said If property hond! aad not

13-15 AssoCiational Mitchell hu been ill. We are glad Mrs. Charlie Bryant of Coral! regular services starting with. SVC I.. of See. *. T 7 S.K. Zit;. said h_ taken for the uses and purpoiei
Jacksonville. being III 2J feet more or less. set forthr. Iaaid.. Petition or *i|.
4-53H both improved. Farm: Ranch in Putnam County.Other Sunday School at the usual hoar point :
STARKE WO Music Festival at Hickory '0 report'that are northerly and along said line from b' hjrred.WiTN .
.. Grove 2:30 Jan. 18: Sunday !\n officers and members cf O...E. guests included Mr. and Deacon Dcmmon Supt. in charge. 'he "south-west, corner' thereof; then<-e tSS my hand and the $.I
: p. m. Sooth :H. d..rree.. "I minutes Ka't of call, Coot: hits ZSrd day of l*
to do their full duty Mrs. Dick Stark of Crescent City Morning worship at 11 a. m
School meeting" at Emanuel 7530 S. are asked a di.tanc.e of 12'-feet to tt- pointof cemher A D iSSI. 4
and Churchleadership burins 1959 and,make this a Mr;.'and Mrs;: Troy Blackwell Funeral of Mother Nancy L. exit in the East line of >t;" of COIT.T SEAL) ,
"If Jt'3.A, Quality. home r. m. Jan. 27. G be SW, of Sf'(. ,. T 7 S, K 21 K.TTr '-n.\RI.f:$ A. DAP.BY. .
conference- Jan. 26-30. banner year-Bertis'RobinSon.: reporter. Kansas: :City Mo:, Mrs. Ada. Bland 230.pt in. ETen .'wox- .df"rd Crtuntr FThridatc.ni heck of tb. firrnit ( ..n .f

usual servicesatNorthside Sewell and Miss Bernice Robiason; ship :at 7 p. m. All members and ( lan< owned by W. Hogan Bradford Cou sit V. t'lor1.

Remember the ; : .. and,James Surry of Palatka. All frirnds are invited to attend Smith an.! Koline.. W. his wife. By i Jj; Marian U Crosby. '
Carnation ;
It's A Jim Waller Home" each Wednesday and : tark... Florida and identified asUae Deputy n r:

!t tI I Sunday. H. R. Carter, pastor. The Carnation Saving Social reported &' delightful weekend.. 4 Jerelene Dommon, reporter. List No. l-BKAIMi. It and II. -- l-l i MS.

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I ....................YI f Mrs. Mildred Griffis this week. -I Pastor Rev. Orville Brookins.I I Jacksonville is spending a few cold. ed Christmas dinner with Mr. and i Jones and family, Rev. and Mrs.I I

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brookins of Everyone welcome to attend any days with Miss Shirley Higgin- Mrs. Millard Strickland is able Mrs. Ben Higginbotham and fam- I Lonnie Jones and Glenn Jones.

GRIFFIS LOOPBy Buford. S. C. visited Mr. Brookins'i and all of these Services. botham. to be out again after being ill last ily.Rev. Miss Shirley Higgmbothara ; GAY'SHome

parents Rev. and Mrs. Orville Let's make a New Years reso- Little Donna Faye Higginbotham. week. Ted Jones of Baldwin car- spent last week in Jacksonville

Verble AndersonAA'AAAAAAAAA Brookins over the weekend. Mr. lution to go to church somewhereon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Next Saturday Jan. 10, the ried his father and stepmother, with her niece Miss Eleanor i i AppliancesYour
Brookins is in service there. Sunday every Sunday. Ben Higginbotham is confined to Congregational Youth Rally will Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones to the Johnson. j

.AAAAAAAAAAAAJanice :Miss Estelle Morrow of Ebro her home with the chicken pox. be held at the Tabernacle in Glen doctor. We hope that Mr. Jones Mr. and Mrs. George Mosley: Friendly
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'Jones of Florahome visited visited Mrs. Willie Green, Mrs. Daniel Harris son of Mr. and St. Mary. Everyone is invited to will feel well soon. and family of Middleburg ate ;

her grandmother, Mrs. C. Har- Opal Allen, and Mrs. Mildred LONG BRIDGE Mrs. Lonnie Harris also has the attend. On New Year's Day Mr. and Christmas dinner with Mr. and i Norge Dealer
ris ovcr the weekend. Griffis. chicken pox. Mrs. D. J. Parrish was ill for a Mrs. W. J. Bell held a family reunion Mrs. Harry Padgett and family.Mr. ,
Calv'n Reams was guest of his AND NEW RIVERMrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Godwinof few days last week. Hope she is at their home for Mrs. \ and Mrs. J. D. Padgett also i O NQRGE: APPLIANCES
J Mrs. Ernest Allen and Mrs.
Lakeland spent Christmas day feeling much better. Bell's family. Mrs. Daisy Pringle, had dinner with them. j
Mildred Griffis have been visiting Loy-friend. James O"Bnan Sun- R. F. Merrit with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris Mrs. Tommy Smith and familyof her mother, and all of the chil- Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Padgett I MAYTAQ WASHERS
their day and visited with us in Sunday :
land in sisters; Burnell Mrs.and G. W. Strick- services. i .....& ......&........ and family. Jim Godwin also Jacksonville visited last Mon- dren and grandchildren were and son and Bonnie Padgett visited 0 COLEMAN HEATERS and
Mrs. Lyle
spent the day with them. day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosey there to enjoy themselves.Mrs. with Mrs. Padgett mother in
Blow of Orlando this week. I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges of.: Everyone is back to normal pace Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and and family. Lyle Schmehls and baby Middleburg Sunday. ;I FLOOR FURNACES

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian Americus. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.i|(I again. Children are back in school family and Mrs. Hattie Nolan Mrs. Albert Smith. Mrs. Ruby daughter and Mrs. Schmehls' Misses Nancy and Becky Hig-
Mid son James and Verble An-I Rex Brookins of Cocoa have returned -' and with visited with Durrance and Dora father and mother-in-law don visited We Service All Makes
mothers probably sigh Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mrs. Byrd of with relatives in
derson visited Mrs. Hazel Hall home after visiting their I relief. Nolan and sons Billy and Bobbyin visited Sunday afternoon at Bran- Jacksonville visited Sunday with Homerville. Ga. last Friday. i Of Appliances I

and husband Friday night. parents during the holidays Rev.I I Everyone is invited to Long Baldwin Christmas night. dy Branch with Mrs. Braddock. Mr. and Mrs Buford Higginboth- Mr. and Mrs. George JohnsonI I PHONE WO 4-7511
Miss O'Brian few and Mrs. Orville Brookins. :
Patsy spent a i, Bridge Church for Sunday School Mrs. Edna Manning and sons, We wish to extend our deepest am and family. and family of Jacksonville had Starke FloridaALVAREZ'
days with her Our school ,
Mrs. Sunday
grandmother, attendancehas '1: snd church services. Speaker this Robert and Lawrence of Glen St. sympathy to the family of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Annie Hardenbrook during the really been good the past week will be C. J. Thomas of Mary, and Ferrell Manning of Florence Harris who passed away and family_of Lawtey and Mr. ; Doss Higginbotham and family /

holidays. month. Keep up the good works.Let's Jacksonville. Mr. Thomas is a native Fallen, Nevada all enjoyed Sun- during the Christmas holidays.She and Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham and ,
There will be a study course in: take our children to church of Lake Butler and the son day dinner with Mr. and Mrs. passed away on Dec. 20 and family of Lawtey visited with Mr. Men's Clothing I
the book of Mark Jan. instead of Itll
starting sending them. We needto
of the late Jim Thomas. He will Dan Groves and daughter, Minnie funeral services were held at the and Mrs. Buford Higginbothamand STORE II iiiIr
14 on Wednesday night 7:15 p. go with them. Established 1894
leave to study at the Baptist rnd T. L. Manning. Long Branch Cemetery on Monday family on Christmas Day.
m. Those wishing to attend Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookinsand
can Seminary in Texas about the mid- Rev. and Mrs. Edward Jones De22.; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham -
contact Rev, Orville Brookins for daughter. Linda will leave
I. dle of this month. and family, Mrs. Lonnie Jones We regret that Wesley Harris and family spent Christmas I
books. Everyone welcome to at- Friday to take Rev. Brookins' mother The M. L. Johns family returned and Glenn Jones of Jacksonvilleand is ill and wish him a speedy re- day with Mrs. Higginbotham'sparents !
Und this study. Mrs. W. T. Brookins home to
I their guest, Mary Frances Tommy Merritt of Live Oak covery. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweatof 1a
Tressa Jones was guest of Patsy I Alabama. We have enjoyed hav- I
I Dckle, to Jacksonville Sunday so !i visited at the home of Mr. and Misses Martha and Bernice Macclenny.We How much
O'Brian Sunday after church. Mrs Brookins
|| ing with us in ser- she could return to school. I Mrs. Kyle Cannon and daughter, Harris and Miss Patricia Owens arc sorry to learn that Gary -
Mrs. Ruth Strickland and chil- {i vices and will miss her very much. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Ezell and Virginia en Christmas night.T. were visitors in Baldwin Saturday and Johnnie Higginbotham. sons insuranceis'enough"
dren of Ebro visited Willie Rev. Curtis l I
Mrs. Harris
| will bring !lfamilY were weekend guests of L. Manning .and Minnie Lee afternoon. of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin-
Green Mrs. Ernest Allen. and the I
i i message next Sunday while
1, the Lavender family, Saturday. Groves had Christmas dinner Mrs. Junior Goolsby and new botham have been seriously ill ?
Bro. Brookins is away. We pray I Ralph and Loretta Merritt were ; with Mrs. Edna Manning and baby> son are staying with Mrs. with cold fever and measles. ..

our pastor and family will return guests of her parents. Mr. and I family at Glen St. Mary. Goolsby's mother Mrs. Leslie Hope they are much better now. "'., You can protect yourself-

I iDS I'I to Boatdrain us safe and Baptist well.Church Mrs. Richard Jones of Macclenny.Mrs. .I I Mr. and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon Sweat and family. Tommy Merritt of Live Oak against financial lost only

Jessie Lazenbee left Saturday and family had as their guestsfor Mrs. Ruby Durrance and Mrs. visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. .:.elJ by making sure...now..i
a. m.. Morn- to return to Homestead for Christmas dinner Mr. and Dora Byrd visited with Mr. and Wilkinson Jr. and family over that you have the right kinds of insurance in the :
ing Worship 11 a. m., Training I righi') .
Ct666 school. Mrs. Dan Groves, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Debs Bowen and family in the Christmas weekend. amounts. families
Many discover

I Union 6:30 too late that the proceed :
: m.. Evening Worship
:'I 7:30 We are glad to learn that Fonie Henry Griffis: and family, Mrs. Baldwn last Friday afternoon. Ashley Wellhausen spent Sat- from their insurance do not cover today's cost of I
: m. and Midweek r
I p. .
Crews returned home from the Gladys Copeland and family. Mrs. Clark Baby urday night in Starke with Mr. and refurnishing.
Prayer meeting Wed. 7:15 p. m. hospital and is getting along well. Lealer Harris and son. Hershell Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clark an- and Mrs. Leslie Chilson and fam-

Mrs. J. E. Cowart and daughtersand nounce the arrival of a 10 lb. 11 ily.Mr. Play safe. Call us for a complete insurance checkup,

fYTYTVVYYVVYYYYYYVYYVYYfMAXVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon oz. baby boy born Saturday Jan.: and Mrs. Frank Wellahusen .

end daughter: Virginia.Mr. 3 in the Duval County Hospital.The and family visited in Starke Sat-
YOU CAN'T BUY and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson young man has been named urday with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. C. 'WALL AGENCY

Sr. had all of their family at Don Floyd. Chilson and family

home for Christmas dinner. They Roger Waters spent several daysIn Ricky Crawford of Jacksonville STARKE. FLA.
By Mrs. C. B. Nolan visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 6
sere Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wil- Jacksonville last week as the

............&&......., kinson and family of AUburndale guest of his brother-in-law and Frank Wellhausen and family. Representing the Hartford Fire Insurm f/oi .pi cy
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Brown and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eill Robersonand Ronnie Belmore of Rhode Island .
A BETTER TIRE 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isgett of family of California, Mr. and Mrs. daughter: Marsha. arrived Sunday to visit with -

I Orange Park visited with their Bill Oliver of Jacksonville Char- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rehberg of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris and

rcn and daughter-in-law, Mr. and lene Wilkinson of Jacksonville, Gainesville and Earlton Beach family until Wednesday.Mrs. COMPLETE TREE
Mrs. J. D. Bell and family last Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson of visited with their daughter, Mrs. John North and daughter. .

Saturday.: Jacksonville, Leonard Wilkinsonof Dorothy Waters and family on Jewel and Helen Leon Harris.
'fOUR.LIFE. Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mr. and Ft. Jackson C. New Year's Mrs. Mary Wellhausen and Mrs. *
TO SAVE S. Winford and Day. Their granddaughter Pruning Cavity Work I
Bob Nolan of Seville visited
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson Carole Moore of Gain- Oscar Harris visited in Jackson-
with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and and esville ville Sunday with Mrs. Tom Sharp *
family, Mr. and Mrs. C. accompanied them on the Bracing Tree Removal
and sons in Baldwin Saturday E. Wilkinson, Jr. and family and and Mr. and Mrs. Waller. 7

Cities Service all-nylon cord night. Miss Nan McPherson of Maxville. visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Roberson and Tom Glosterman of Cecil Field De- Iossing TransplantingFree i
Jiilemaster tires are the safest On Sunday Mrs. Hattie Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw daughter Marsha of Jackson- visited; wth! Roger North over the '*

longest wearing tires in. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan, Mr. and of Jacksonville visited with Mr. ville spent New Year's Day with holidays. Inspection and EstimatesSAWS

history. Mrs. D. J. Parrish and family and and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and fam- Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClenna-

r. Tube or tubeleSS, new Mite Robert- Nolan of Seville, Mr. and ily on Sunday. Oscar Owens has been ill for a ghen and family of Starke visited
"'t Y 'master tiles are pound for Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family of Baby Goolsby few days with a throat infection. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin TREE SURGEONSPETE
pound than steel... Jacksonville dinner with
( enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Junior Goolsby of Hope he Is much better now. Bell and family.Mr. .
yet they're priced azazingly 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and
._/ Baldwin are announcing the arrival A New Year's Watch Party was and Mrs. Holland Brown
!low for ouch quality sons Billy and Bobby. and family left for Texas, SAPP OwnerP.
of a 6 lb. 8oz baby son held at the Long Branch Baptist Friday ,
Miss Patty Parrish is spending born Dec. 29 at the St. Vincent's Church last New Year's eve. We- where Mr. Brown will now be stationed -

several days this week with her Hospital. The young man has iners, cake and coffee were served after a visit here with Mr. O. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla.

brother-in-law and sister Mr. been named William Harold. Mrs. while waiting for the New Year to and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, Sr. AGENTS
and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw in Goolsby will be remembered as come In. Miss Virginia Cannon spent -

Jacksonville. the former Jewel Higginbotham. A New Year's Watch party was from New Year's Day until Sunday Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617

D. J. Parrish and Hattie Nolan daughter of Mrs. Leslie Sweatof also held at the Maxville Congre- in Jacksonville with Mr. and Gainesville; Fla. Ocala, Fla.
were called to Jacksonville Christ- gational Mrs. Edward Jones and family.
Maxvffle. Holiness Church last
mas night because little Joey No- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellhausenhad Wednesday! night. She was accompanied home Sun- Phone 1631:; Late City, Fla.
lan had his head cut severely in day by Mr. and Mrs. Edward
UP TO 25% MORE Y. automobile as their guests for Christmas Mrs. Dorothy Waters and son,
MILEAGE is still another : i an accident on Nor- dinner, Pete Wilbanks: of Jackson- John drove to Jacksonville early
great advantage of these incomparable mandy Boulevard and had to be ville and Mr. and Mrs. Willie last Sunday morning and brought )

: tires-it's like Joey's rushed daddy to the was hospital.driving J. C.the Nolan car, Harris. Mr. at.d Mrs. A. C. Anderson Mrs.from Water's son, Roger, home -:::_",,""'--',;,''!::'."... -.."-:U>'._S*?"j':1"-: ":..::1o.'>'"r.''''' ,,.-...r->_. ..,...-.!-"' ........_.. -; :
jetting one tire free with visited with them on Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson'sin i
t verj three you buy. ; which was completely demolished, mas afternoon.- time to go to Sunday School. .
BIG TRADE ALLOW. j but he received only minor in- Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Giddens and They had two flat tires but madeit ; r.o4L1t'-J.

ANCE TOO! Stop in... juries. Little Joey is home now family of Eagle Lake spent the to Sunday School, we are gladto I t 1 1.t
trade in your present tires and getting along nicely. Christmas holidays here in Max- report. N' IDj: & Ii .,
.,. and drive off with a wonderful Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham ville visiting with their daughter, The 4-H Club leaders and Food :/ :. ; ; :
daughters, June D [] a
new set of Milemas. Shirley and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Judges of the Home Demonstration -
enjoyed Christmas dinner in Jack- .t .. ,
ten! -
James Coleman and daughter and Clubs will meet at the Home "
.. sonville with their soninlawand ,
,.: :
with Mr. Giddens' Office at the Du ;
., daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and D. B. val County .. ; }
t "!r' '" sister Mrs. Court House on Friday .
George Johnson and family.Mr. :' .
Griffis. Jan. 9. :
S and Mrs. .r : -I//l
George Johnson Mrs. Guy Frigo and children of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edenfieldand : .: '
i CITIES SERVICE and family and Mrs. Paul Garrett Jacksonville enjoyed Christmas children have returned home '. < .: '. If.
and family of Jacksonville ..
lrz visited dinner with Mrs. Frigo's mother from a stay in Ohio with Mrs.EdenfieId.s f. I
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss
Mrs. Fannie Grffis. family.
Higginbotham and family. Rufus Chance and Dan Parrish Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and

z SILCOX CITIES SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Higgin- enjoyed a fishing trip last Tues- family and Mr. and Mrs. James f f I
botham and on visited with Mr. Cay: to Grandin. Coleman and daughters spent ?
and Mrs. Doss FEDDERSaflLHEATSJj
705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. Higginbotham and Mrs. Nell Parrish visited in New, Year's day in Jacksonvillewith 'JS.
family Tuesday night. I
Macclenny last Tuesday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown-
Miss Eleanore Johnson of I .4
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and Mrs. Marion Higginbothamand .4Xo ."
ing.Mr. '.'" .
family and also with Rev. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman (

and Mrs. Romey Wilkinson.Mr. and family had as their guests -.-
J. W. Thomas and familyof for Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. H. -=-- 1- .! -- _.

St. Augustine had Sunday dinner L Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Don . .

.' with Mr. and Mrs. R..L. Harris Eichelsor and children, Mr. and -
recently. Mrs. Ray Pellum of Jacksonvilleand -

Miss Harriett Stanley Is spend- Mr. and Mrs. James Colemanand .
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1/ I ing this week with Miss Alene family.
c Sweat. Mrs. Leon Harris Mrs. Grace = -,
S Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shelby and Padgett and Mrs. Elva Padgett -- T =

; : Vt RECORD daughter Rhonda, returned Sun- visited Sunday with the Leslie -

jf YEAR day night from Pensacola after Sweats and Mrs. Junior Goolsby >-' ,_
spending the Christmas holidays and new son.
there with relatives. Miss Gloria Higginbotham of
The Christmas programs al' Jacksonville visited Sunday with ,j

FORCIIFAJKS both Maxville and Long Branch her mother Mrs. Leslie Sweat and
Baptist Church were excellent. family.
.:: They had a nice attendance and Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr. and II

every one enjoyed Jt. Mrs. Glenn Shuford and son.

Mrs. Ruby Durrance and sens Danny of Lawtey were guests of
R. V. and Howard and Mrs. Dora Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and

Byrd and E. C. Padgett enjoyed family Sunday night and with iSAbAt

.. Christmas dinner with Mr. and. Mrs. Junior Goolsby ant1 new son. VOIT

I Mrs. Marvin Green and family In Little Diane Schmehls of Jacksonville "

.' More checks were used Middleburg.Mr. visited with her grand- ; Ti *= "REVERSE-CYCLE" AIR CONDITIONER

: last year than in any prj| and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford
family enjoyed supper with Mr. Higginbotham and family from
',. vious year. People everywhere -, and Mrs. Junior Goolsby In Bald- Friday until Sunday. ct0lltHEATS COOLS

are discovering n.. win last Saturday night. Don Errindale and Elizabeth &

ease, safety, and convenience Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Stanley of St. Augustine visitedMr.

r+ Q1 of paying by check.'* family and Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mrs. Leslie Sweat Sunday : Automatically!
visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and carried Miss Stanley's sister N.t y4W
1 This progressive bonk M- \ eN'T. 'tt "JCM COOLING. TO HEATING AS THC WEATHER BHA.GEt.;
Nolan and family In Jacksonvillelast Harriet home. She has been visit r -
'rites youf checking Friday afternoon. ing the Sweat's for a week. t DEtUMIDIFIFS.?YENTILATES..EXlNU5T3SHEPHERD'S .

account. f Sidney Harris, Jim Godwin and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and '''' ':'' .
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"" Howard Durrance visited In Mid- family spent New Year's Day In '
t dleburg, Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville with their son-in-law .- ..-

Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown and and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bud- ONLY -i.2.- .9g,'',"", ..'
family spent the Christmas holi- ry Bradshaw. .

'. t ",,: days visiting with relatives In We are very sorry to learn that ,. .. .' : -
Ridgeville and Greensboro N. C. Mrs. Nora Pablo cut her hand --- -

FLORIDA Bank and in Danville. Va. very badly on a milk bottle Sat-

Miss Elaine Brock of Chiefland urday and had to have stitches.

spent last week visiting with her Friends of Colon Johns will be RADIO & TV
One of 28 Banks In the at Starke
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and glad to know that he has returned -
Florida National Group i .t Mrs. Ray Harris. home from the Veteran's hospital -

( Howard Durrance visited In In Lake City and seems to INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
Baldwin with Billy and Bobby No- te getting along nicely.
MMMI notlM drool MKVUNCtt corwneM. lan on New Year's Eve and againon Rev. Edward Jones and familyof TV RADIO SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERY ,

Friday. Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
We are glad that Ray Harris Is and Mrs. N. L. Cannon and fam- PHONE WO 4.6901 STARKE, FLA. 226 W CALL ST.

.- f f-> ..::)' .: able to be out again after being ily on Sunday. f.
sick all of last week with a severe The Oscar Harris family enjoy


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