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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 22, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE. FLORIDA. THfKJ).1T, JANUARY 22. 199: NUMBER THIRTY-ONE-

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Council Approves lif




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A permit for American Legion

I Post 56 to open a trailer park was I + 5. .' 6 a itp

x. wr .. granted by City Council at the

regular Tuesday night meeting.The I

permit carries the proviso i P, w h

I that all requirements of Sec. 12 :) xx

a w of the City Zoning Code be met as

Ir well as regulations of the State

r Good Likeness? Health Department of the park, in which the construction will-



Ren. Conner Studies Controversial Oil PortraitA I be rest George on of American St.Temple Ave.Legion, fronting grounds on, i. : .W. *S, : t2 y

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In presenting the request for

final conference between artist hang in the House of Representatives Less demanding than the com the Legion, Harry Rabb said his

John W. Pratten of St. Augus- '! at Tallahassee in a gallery mittee Rep. Conner said "All 1 organization: was trying to meet

| of all living Speakers of the House. ask is that it 'bear a reasonable the need: for' accommodations for ,lit tri
tln (left) and Rep. Doyle E. Con-
Previously approved 'by Conner, resemblance just so anyone workers on the natural gas line
ner was held here this week to
I looking at it could tell who it is." I who will come into the area with-
the portrait met a cool receptionin
decide the fate of a controversial, Except for a little touchmg-up 'in a few weeks with about 30
Tallahassee where the commIt-
portrait that has already made! here and there, the portrait as trailer .M ,

one trip to Tallahassee and was i tee in charge of the project feltit fhon above will head back to Sewer and other utilities are already tti 7 rf

sent back for alterations. was not a strong enough like- Tallahassee soon. Will it be accepted at the site and Mr. Rabb aii

Pratten was commissioned to do, ness of the young Bradford Coun- this time Well, what do said that each site, 40 by 60 feet,

a portrait of Conner in oil to ty solon. you think? will hive utilities connections. Included -

with the request were

signatures of 18 property owners

who declared they had no object-

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neighborhood. The site is
withina
4 .t commercial-zoned section. Twice In A RowTitleWinning Trophies gal..re were displayed by titlt'-\\innin Bradford

,Ij Tornadoes at annual football hanauet List Saturday night.
Another trailer park will be
Award-winning plajers are (from left): Bub! a LaMee. Outstanding -
opened Saturday just outside the Tornadoes Receive
-- northwest city limits by C. W. : Back All Conference, and All Area first tram; Randy

Savage and still another trailer Johns, 19.:>>8 Captain and All Conference; Tom Mailings, Outstanding -

park is rumored to be in prospectfor Lineman and AH l'onft'l't'nnTf'rr 1I Green 1938; Co-
And Awards At
the western part of town off Trophies BanquetThe Captain and All Conference; Cabin Pare, winner of the Sportsmanship .

j SR 100. Trophy; and Krwhi: Martin, best back on the Junior

Bradford High Tornadoes' eration. Varsity.Handsome.

Narcotics Stolen Keystone: Conference football I Individual; trcphies were also

champions for the second succes-j i presented to Bubba LaMee as out- reversible Jackets;;; r.ow an assistant coach at FSTJ.
standing iback on the 1958! Tornado -
Five year, held the spotlight Saturday -i were presented by the Booster described: training routine and the

$100,000 Home Building Project Under Way At Prison From Drug StoreIn I letters night and when trophies, awards,i outstanding squad and lineman.Tom Stallings as Club lettered to the for following the! first players time who this;1 1 I;,, rigorous football demands players made especiallyin on college -

scholarships were an-t Trophies were presented to Bud- year: Tom Smith Johnny DeVore '
their first semester.
A $100,000 housing project is in will cost about $1,000 more per tional school, Mr. Swann Bald. nounced at the annual BoosterClubsponsored dy Thomas as best lineman and Richard Duggar. Sam Gardner,;; BHS head coach Leonard Register -

construction at the State Prison I unit than the last houses con- 'No completion date has.'been set. Lake ButlerA I banquet in the! to Erin Martin as best back on :Marion; Cottle. John Miller. Ronald'' announced that Stallings had

Farm at Raiford and when finished structed a few years ago. He said The work is slow because it is High School cafeteria I the Junior Varsity to squad'I. Crawford. Don Widegren, Tom l':> received a full four-year scholarship -
In
will accommodate 20 familiesof housing for employees has been limited to the number of prisoners a suspense-filled secret bal- The six varsity players picked Clark, and Ed King. !
at FSU. and LaMee has been
variety of narcotics lot squad members elected Randy i for All honors lh
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valued Conference -
Walter Mixon of the Gainesville
available for the work. I !
State Farm employees. short for The prison ;
many years. placed under conditional
'' at around J250,-were stolen from Johns captaineand Terrell Green i iccwraptain i Mee Terrell. Green, Tom 1'ta1l1ngs.RandyJohns a contract -
The houses'are of cement block has about 300 employees at present Two 11 inch' wells have been I .Daily Sun presented award certificates at the
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( the Tomlinson-Maines of the 1958 team, and Thomas same school.
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construction, 14 of them are !single and the new units will bring put down on the Bradford County Drujr'Storein James to the following: player.1 Art
Lake Butler to them went the honor of receiving -,: Hall, tro- Holliday. president of the
i units with three bedrooms and the available homes up to 12:;. Of side of the Farm property where early Sunday i!. Henry were presented who placed on its all-area team: Booster Club
behalf or their served as master
morning.The on teammates|| f
two' baths. The other three are ; course many of the employeesown the new prison buildings will be the handsome phies. LaMee, first team; Hobbs. DeVore. of ceremonies and announced
Conference
duplex containing two bedroomsand homes in Bradford or Union located. These wells will be tied person or persons who en- Kystone Gold footballs were given to the and Hall. second team; Stalling s'
trophy.In 'I that the organization now has. a
one bath in each unit. The Counties and do not need to live in with the present water system tered the store by removing a the individual honors classification following squad members who did and Thomas third team; Pace total membership of 185. He said
labor \ water tank will,be panel from the door on the south and Green. honorable mention.
work is being done by prison on Farm property. and another not miss a single practice during that ,
Calvin Pace, hefty Tornado -; starting next year it is
( except for foremen. Prisoners working on the proJ- erected to take care of the added side of the store showed interest The Florida Times-Union Con-I
the entire
center was tapped for the coveted year: Arthur Holliday planned to have the banquet later
According to Assistant" Prison ect have the advantage of learn load the expansion will bring. Sewer only in the drugs, removing the ference trophy was presented to
Richard Duggar. Tom I1" the year and include players in
Superintendent L. J. Swann the ing skills that should aid in their and water systems will be con- locked cabinet in which they were Spoitsmanship trophy presented Stallings the team by sportswriter Bob j
each year by Dr. U J. John Adams, Ronald Crawford all sports as well as football.
new houses situated just west of rehabilitation and the work comes I structed by the Department of stored and disturbing nothing else. Price. j
Houpt to the squad member best Terrell Green, Harvey Tanner. Jim'' In addition to squad members
the New River bridge on the north under the jurisdiction of the voca- Correction. Union County officers theorizedthe Following presentation o f,
thief exemplifying the qualities of leadership Hobbs, Erwin Martin, and Johnny; I and their parents guests at the
must havebeen awards
familiar and
i trophies. Charley La-
i sportsmanship and COOP-I( I DeVore. I jtanquet include the .Tornado
Two 'Year Old Child I And Still Confused with the interior of the store andkneW' I Pradd a former All-American and cheerleaders for A and B squads.
Pulp Paper right where to go for what -

Killed In Norfolk I Over New Billing he (or she) was looking for.
Barbara Bates |
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Truck Driver Group Offering For Utilities? : I Bradford
By !SR 229 Given Named 'Homemaker' !: Cagers

old ScholarshipsThe Are one of the city utilities In '59 !
;, James R. Mefford. two year you I' Competition

son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mefford 1 users who is confused about the Limited WeightDesignation leet Palatka

,; of Norfolk. Va.. was fatally injured North Carolina State College J new method of meter reading and i, Miss Barbara Bates has been

Jan 13 when he was run i : Pulp and Paper Foundationand I billing7 named the 1959 Betty Crocker -

over by an oil delivery truck dri- i' its area representatives. Container According to City Clerk Carl Homemaker of Tomorrowfor Here '

yen by a neighbor of the family. Corporation of America 1'Johns all city utilities users about x iI I Bradford High School, : Tonight

The child was the grandson of and Rayonier Inc.. both of Fern- 1500. were notified and the The State Road Department has The award. given to the senior

) Rich of. )I change-over explained by post- recently designated secondary ,
Mrs. James ILoyreel andina Beach announce that a girl receiving the highest: score in BHS varsity boys will be out
Jacksonville, and the great grandson available card at the first of the year be- maintenance road 229 as a limited a written examination homemaking
number; of scholarships are on for blood here Friday night when
of Everett Green of Starke. j, J fore the new system went into weight road. The gross limit is and attitudes. includes
t to high school seniors interested a they meet Palatka in the
The driver of the truck. Bern- in a career in pulp and paper effect. However.1 many users have 50.000 limit pounds with 16,000 pounds rY y ,! pin inscribed "Home is Where the, Bradford gym and cagers seek revengefor
the' t come :n or phoned for explana- per axle. yr Heart Is" and her
ard E. Roche who resides in technology. r s paper will be a loss to the Maroons in the
1 tions. Since the cost of maintaining r c; judged in the
same Norfolk trailer court as the Major scholarships to be awardcd et f state contest. j first same of the season.
I The city has eight books listing secondary roads is charged to the ,
Meffords charged with manslaughter j Each state
was have a value of $500 per year winner will receivea The Bradford girls also; meet
: city utilities users, Mr. Johns said. counties Bradford County Com- .
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and freed under $1,500 g $1.500
to residents of North Carolina, or! : scholarship a trip and Palatka in a return game Friday:
and now, instead of reading all missioners have long been worried I ;
bond. I$750 to residents of other states ,' ) her paper will be entered in the night with the outcome a possible
about the of this and other
I eight books at cne time. two books use
Roche said he was on his way Minor scholarships have a value National contest for All-American toss-up since their early season
will be read each week of the secondary roads in the county by
to deliver oil at one of the trailers -!!of $300 a year, regardless of residence. :month and bills sent out in the heavy trucks. Commissioner H. Homemaker of Tomorrow. The meet lesulted in a win by only

when the accident occurred. : school of each state will receivea one point for Bradford.
same order. Two books were read A. Bishop Jr. said! that many
He was driving about 10 mph, he j set of Encyclopedia The boys start play at 7:30,
Scholarship winners are virtually Jan. 12. 13 and two Jan. 19, 20. times: the commission has asked, From Old To New Britannica
said when the child suddenly appeared assured of summer jobs with- :Two more will be read Jan 26. that something be done about the) I and each state runner-up will receive -: with' the girls coming on about

in the street in front of in the pulp and paper industry*!:27, and the last two will be read wear of these roads and recently What can be done with an old house, with a little bit a $500 scholarship.The ,JS' p m.

him. Police said the boy apparently ': which would pay them more than .Feb. 2. 3. Each billing will be J. A. Brewer of the State Road of imagination and ingenuity (and lots of remodeling) Iiillustrated I scholarship of the All- I j In games played during the
walked into the street from be- 'week, the varsity boys won 71-
; enough to carry the college expenses -: Department informed him that I American Homemaker will be
made consumption according -
on
tween parked cars. A wheel of the j for a full year and above that) to your meter reading from the matter was being investigatedby by rt'"t'nUI't'juCnatni home of Mr. and Mr. 5000. with $4.000 to second 3. ,151 over Green Cove Springs Tues-

truck passed over his body and; covered by the scholarship. I one period to the next and will the Road Board. The decisionto G. McGriff Sr. at corner of Call and Cherry Streets 000 for third. and fourth of :day night there I. and the girl
he died shortly after being takento lmlan for thr interior and exterior were lost l 42-23.
put the weight limit on ZZ? re-designing 2000.
i Financing of the scholarshipsis be for one month. although at
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the hospital. I made possible by membership I'I'I the change-over some may have came from that body.A done by their son, Pat McGnffG Last Friday night all three

Mr Mefford is serving in the I fees and donations by members 1 had a long month and a short I I sign stating the weight limits I II Brawl Hospitalizes | Bradford teams scored victories

Navy, and the family resides at was erected fast week at the I | cer Santa Fe on the home court.
of the Pulp and Paper Foundation one. by a few days. In the future JUnc-
Lot 511. Delmar Trailer Court, Inc. This organization is your meter will be read on approximately tion of SR 229, a continuation ot Two ExMarinesJoin Dimes Dance Date I Starke, NegressA !:The varsity boys won 86-70 in a

4445 Shore Drive In Norfolk. made up of large plup and paper the same date. Weldon SU and SR 16. Otter Company "B" .To Be Announced warrant charging John Grant'high-scoring, game the girls won
I 47-39. and B squad boys managed
signs were posted at all intersections -
and organizations of utili- i
mills supply Because the users city
Two New Plumbers tally: interested in the develop- ties have increased so greatly, throughout the county. The Ceorge W. Graudon and Robert I The annual March of Dimes ball'for :';. Starke ..regro.ith aggravated. to eke out a 32-30 victory in the

limit extends to Sanderson in W. Voorhees, both exUS.. Marines : assault was the result ot a brawl][,1 last minute of play.
ment cf the industry in the I!this new method will be more efficient M I the benefit of the Polio Fund I
Given Licenses South. Container and Rayonierare j and economical both in Baker County, with about nine i joined Company ti" of j I will be held at the Enlisted Men's at Tippin Inn in Lincoln City,j: Coach Jun Hobbs had all five
I "Bradford I : of his regulars to in the
miles in this week. Grau score
Blanding
members of the group. ': meter reading and in billing pre- County. Camp Club, Camp Blanding. The committee i 1! Saturday night Carolyn McGowan -
'x Carl Fillyaw and Edwin Johns don, who was born in Norway, N. .. double figures against Santa Fe..
Any high school: or college venting a pile-up of work at one will meet Friday night at also colored, charged Gran!"
passed Master Plumber's examina- I' Y.. joined the Marine Corps in The varsity jumped Into an early
graduate in the U. S, may apply period of the month, Mr. Johns Lt. McRae the home of Mrs. Junius M. I with
her
t'ons given by the city on Jan. 8. Arley December 1942 and became an i assaulting with an unknown -', lead. held it throughout the game
and the
for one of these scholarships. explained. Smith to complete plans
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Both men were licensed. Aviation 'Machinist with a secondary instrument. She is in' and coasted into victory. Terry
Qualifications are based on date ,,-ill.be announced next week.
Recently employed as a Starke ademic records extra aC-1 SAL Truck 'Chutes To Safety assignment as Radar Gun- Bradford County Hospital with a L Futch scored 22 points Jim

policeman. 'Mr. l<'ilI)'aw is going DriverIs ner. He saw duty in the Pacllic badiy cut upper lip and other in.!Hobbs 21, Rivers 15, Dixon 13. and
financial W.: K.
achievements Manning
in business for himself with tem- Found Dead As Jets Collide( theater and was honorably discharged .I iT&tum 10 Gene Roberts of Santa
and results of college entrance)II Juries The fracas occurred about'*
porary headquarters at Atlantic in, May 1946. At present Accident Victim Fe was high: scorer for the night;
examinations. Applicants must On Hampton PlatformDonald he resides in Starke and is work- 10 p.m.Bond for Grant was set t;
Service Station, 332 Temple Ave. I I 'I connecting for 28 points 15 of
be prepared to take the College[ 1st Lt. Arley W. McKae, son ofMr.
According to a statement by I ing with his (brother at Fred's Marine Whalen Kenneth Manning. 17 j at $300. them coming in the last quarter.
Entrance Examination Board Sch Z. Roberson, 39, a driver and Mrs. Wesley McRae ot
Mr. Fillyaw, he has had 16 years Cen gr. died: Saturday as a result of injuries i | In Green Cove Tuesday night ,
for the Seaboard Air Line Truck-
olastic Aptitude Test to qualify: Rt. 2. Starke was one of two Voorhees, who alo'as born m
received in an automobile 1 jthe into
Hamilton boys
experience in plumbing and has Named varsity jumped an
I them for admission to N. C. State.\ ing Co., was found dead early last pilots who escaped with minor injuries -
New York joined the U. S. Marines -
the Jacksonville
been licensed in Daytona and accideat on Expressway !early first quarter lead and held
The college entrance exam will : Saturday morning on the platform Monday as a result of the. To Board
in. December 1942 and saw Hospital
Jacksonville. He formerly operated He was a native ofLawtey ;jit throughout. The win brought
1 be given at various localities oni i at the Hampton railroad station.Roherson.s collision of Air Force FIDO Super- action in the South Pacific as a
e a plumbing shop at the present and had lived in Jacksonville Jtne; boys' record to 7 wins and 2
I Feb. 14 and March 14. Complete body was discoveredby sabre jets during target practice.Lt. I Thoma.c: Hamilton of Brook:
location of Gnann Plumbing. radio gunner In a tank battalion. for 16 years. losses for the current season.
information may be obtained from SAL Agent J. W. Home when McRae was the pilot of one Was honorably discharged from was appointed this week by GOT.
Although specializing in service Funeral services were held at They are averaging 72 points per
arrived for"work. The drivers |
high school principals or voca- he of the two planes making passes. the Marine Corps m December Leroy Collins as a member of th
end Mr. he 11 Wednesday in the to make them one of the
repairs Killyaw said a, m. Long game
stricken
s\ apparently by a j
tional counselors. For scholarshipand at a towed target,50 miles north- 1945. He is presently employedby Board of Trustees of Bradford 1
will also make new installationsand Branch Cemetery under the direction highest scoring teams in the area. '
admisison applications interested heart attack as he was unloading west of Las Vegas Nevada. The the Bradford County Board otPtfbfic Hospital. He succeeds W. E. Big"
he is presently bidding on of Key-McCabe Funeral Dickie Dixon had a good night
high school seniors should a shipment at Hampton. planes collided at 20,000'feet, exploded Instruction and lives WIth ham Jr.. also of Brooker.
some new construction in Starke Home. and scored 17 points for high
write to Dean R. J. Preston. Roberson was born in Screven and crashed. McKae and his wife and two children: atKutgsley Also
appointed thiseelc wai> ; 18 Rivers
and vicinity.Mr. honors. Futch had an4as
School of Forestry. N. C. State Ga. and had lived in Jacksonville the other pilot, Capt. Roland Solis. Lake. Surviving are his parents, Mr. Mrs. Junius Smith of Starke '-
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Hobbs 12 each.
Johns is employed by Mer- College Raleigh. N, C. Applica- since 1942. He is survived by his 29, of Newtown, Pa. parachuted to Both men were assigned to the and Mrs. Rayiord Manning five a member of the Bradford Count ij' Green Cove has a youn team

sereau Plumbing and treating tion deadline is May 15. wife and seven children. safety. Track Vehicle section sisters and four brothers. Library Board. Continued on Fag 61 _



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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA: THTRSDAY JANUARY 22, 1959'

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(.---- ---_-_--.- ..---__4p p.- -e.Farmer's :sic at each of the chapel services. Franklin of Jacksonville and Only one m of such plans and pliers may pu -hue drawings and

: editorial ,Mrs. D. E. Hill served as substitute Rev. and Mrs. Otis T. Jones of contract for document' and forms forbidding specifications from the architectsby
this project may.be sec.pred paying the cst of duplication
I Diary :sBy teacher last Wednesdayweek 0-Brien-; c: : by general contractors only at the rate of :* pet abe c u

for Mrs. Elizabeth Haines Mrs..FIora Proctor? of take, Cityis from tbe office of tbe architects drawingsand $2 00 per .t
j t b>>y depositing therewith 15.0 per iitonl which cost Includes
t Sab McCarrrj i ii< \\'ho"as absent due to illnessin visiting her sister. Mrs. J. Cf. net.! The deposit from general con the cst handllr. This cost will

Keystone Studies Annexation i i the family: and for Mrs. Janie Rosier. Other visitors of the will be refvnded uponubmission not be ,
floss
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J trouble 'One of the little sharp- ]H.: Noe this week also absent due ier family SUnday were Mr. and return of said of a plans bona aid fide bid ,and satisfactory Bidders quJfcatin mast of PabHo bt

It is interesting to see that, as the new year toothed rascals tried to riurse me i tc family illness. Mrs. Homer Hart of Jacksonville ilO'omf'lin good condition contract within Instruction of Bradford unt.Flord

gets under way, the City Fathers of Keystone I yesterday and if I'd caught him 1 1I'd Iris McCulloueh and MrS_ Ruby Wainwright. I ,ten day after the date set for The Bradford Board of County, I.
.. the opeaiag of bids. H the general o
I hare bitten off one cf his ears. 1 Has Birthday Party de. the right to waive informalities -
;,: Heights are considerin plans for annexing ad- Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mosley tontrat'toTIIif'1' re more than one &n.
And his mother had the nerve to Miss Iris McCullough daughterof set of such plans and specifications. in any bid and to accept .
ditional irito'that munici- I itedl.Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer -
area rapidly growing call me a com-" < Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCul- t he.;'. may be obtained by paying any bid which they ccoaidev
:;-:; pality. I and; family Sunday afternoon. ibe tc cost, of duplication at toe rat. to b in the best public Interest
]icugh marked her eighteenth of c ISo per sheet: for and to reject any or all bids. "
drawings and
It is stimulating to see any town grow and I -Please Mrs. Sow." Sam interrupted 'birthday with a party at their Mrs.Brewer Daisy returned Pringle to and Jacksonville Marsha $2.09 per set for specifications' The Bradford Board County.of Public Florida Instruction of

_:J'...... progress and we are always keenly interested in t just in time, "No name 1 home Saturday. with them to spend the week. which SubNmtnlt'tnrl win not! be and refundable.materials E Harmon. P. Morgan. Scret ryJanuary
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improvements to our neighboring "Lady of the calling. Just what upsets you so After games and opening of / ,'

... .J Lakes," Keystone Heights. This is the way it happened, much about that Landrace? She's :figts rEfreshments of birthday Mr. and Mrs Morris Johns and L THE corRT IS A'iD FOR BRADFORD COITSTT, FLORID \-
family visited the Earl Mosleys ,
A committee was recently appointed there to and you may believe it or not. the new; meat-type isn't she?
.... Sam was visiting a hog farmer Longer and slimmer." sen-ed to the 20 present. Miss Mc- Friday. HOCSTON TEXAS OAS AND OIL )
: "fee! out" sentiment among property owners concerning CORPORATION: a corporation )
and while this fellow was gone S. Cullough's birthday was on Mrs. William Morgan and

:: the'p posed'annexation and it is to be for 'a moment, Sam looked at a "That fat baggage!" the sow almost Thursday Jan. 15. daughter, Dorothy along with L.LLEACHet&l PettioDer.. I) OTICE' OP""E CODF1 DEn ATO' :S

hoped their inquiries meet' with favorable respQn. big sow and exclaimed: "Whatan 'screamedis: every bit as WMU Hears Norma Sweeney Rev. J: E. Norman and __ family Defendants. )) ,

t_::.. c. The' benefits -to the town from having easy life you have!" fat as Tarn.: : And 'might add that Thirteen women of Hampton gave Mr. Morgan a birthday' surprise IX THE FLORIDa NAMk: OF AND tr THB, ACTHOR1TT OF TiE STATE or

""- additional population: and additional area will be S S .' there was a time when fat was Baptist WMU were entertained serving cake'and ce'cram.. TO WHOM IT MAY l". CEK" and- ':

j.. manif ld,-and benefits to the individual property "Easy me eye." the sow s id.She' in'styl Folks used to brag'about and instructed at their regular The Evergreen Baptist Church Parrel,! Onaer .

.". owners will -also ,be,considerable. grunted then went on: ."It's how many pails of lard they got n.eeting last Friday evening Jan. will have as speaker Sunday T.mrmmlnurruNone Est1a4.4"'*Iue

.... .. just a life of confusion from and now a hog isn't supposed to 16:; when Miss Norma Sweeney night Jan. 25, Rev. Peter Knezha. 1 .
Stark hamstrung by'being bottled Annlf P. ft
was r.years LfacbIbrt Ll'h li.1
.. morning until night. Everythiingall be fat! She's supposed to be no- missionary to Brazil, presentedthe Mr. Kenzha was born fa Latvia'and lJ'I -
"up corporatelimits that had long since evening's the results of Russian ham Missouri: Otis &
mixed up no regular feeding thing but a long drawn-out bag program.Miss saw wife, Laura E. Leach. Starke.

been outgrown. As"soon as the limits were extended time anymore, an the pigs mixed of bones. put on airs about four Sweeney, in Bahian cos- domination of his homeland. Fla., Blanche L Carnte ana

:>'.., i. there'was immediate boom in new home up and that Landrace hussy in extra ribs and never even know tume native to the part of Brazil Every patriotic American should husband.IS004 :\' Itymonc Carpenter MBsouri -,

!-.,.- building, construction money is more' readily the next pen putting on airs a- half the. time where her own pigs where she has been working told hear the message and warning he ; & Ruby:1 Hannltal! husband -

four of the work with children that has to bring. As a missionary he Clarence Hurt lJ'V.
;:. available on property' inside a corporate town, bout her slim figure and extra are,5 Iaywo1"lur
S. she and her co-workers out has personally seen Communismand Emft \
tLt. I than property located outside the limits. Due ribs! carry 1.3..h ", Margaret Leach
on under the auspices of the Inter its results. The public is invited Dayona Reach J'la. sole toeiri
[Interruption at this time, .
show Leach
deceased
Starke will also
largely to the extension, a L L ;
rational Child Evangelism Fel to hear him.
while the and the Landrace'
"But you've got it made, Sam sow
2
_: great gain in population the 1960 census. to protested. "Feed in front of you in the next pen had words, which lowship. She also showed souvenirs The ladies of the church will pany Franklin a corporation.Micanopy Lumber i.Basket Com Ncne JZ75 00

perhaps five or six ,thousand, from the meagre all the time, electrically-heated although unintelligible unmistak- of the country, and explained meet Thursday night Jan. 22, to Florida _

-;:: three thousand counted in: the census of 1950. farrowing pens, good drinking ably were stock-yard cusswordsl living conditions there. The WMU elect officers of WMS. Mrs. Leila 8 W. InK n Smith and Kolln W.
(1) The
collecting Christmas cards lundy WMS president of Starke Equitable Life JiTOOO
iz. -
: With the' proposed11 annexation, KeystoneHeights 5C again wife Arsurance
.o. water plenty of company-what Stare, KC1RCrlT Si ciety of U.
** this year for Miss Sweeney will meet with them Tuesday S, 393 7th t Ave.. New
increase "She called hog
r.- would also pick' up'a'population rr.ore 'could a sow ask for! me a sausage
York. X- V-
to'use in her work. eight Jan. 27, to help organize.A ; mortgage
,
of-two three' hundr : a- substantial'increasein e. sow explained: "and that I take datf 5-7-5, record
..'H',. or from no one: I told her that mygrandmother's Mrs. W. P. Elroy. hostess forth large gorup from Evergreen Book 36, P. 4t.7
t1 : its:present'estmiatedj' 500'' Aw..l rger- popula- The sow looked at Sam with securing repayment of
..... hams won. a" prizein meeting served refreshments attended the associational mass S UOO"O.

tion is also atvaluableitaid''t6'a'
:;; construction mori y- 'ofrrldan9sf6r'other' needed \\ understand. But it's this = Fowler will be hostess forth Church last Thursday night. sur. Soc. of U. S.. same
nerve-
t address
mix-up about feeding. Time was ; dated
improvements.As "But Landrace hogs do bring next meeting Thursday evening Evergreen Church will conducta 5- -56.mortgaj. In

='individUals concerned they will begetting when you could let the little ras- better Sam Feb. 12, at her home. Emphasis study course in the Book of Book 37. P. t;;, fmr-
for prices they Say persisted
cals nurse (with a little extra time Ing repayment of U O.-
her for the next meeting will beifl' Mark beginning Wednesday night 000.
numerous'benefits in1 exchange'for being and according; to owner
... for the runt and then you hada ( Alaska, telling of misison work Jan. 21. The course will continue (3) Ravnnier' Inc.. P. O.
taken:into th rc rrt .li ilts. Such services as rest for awhile. Now with this she is registered..' five Pox 11. Fernandtna
S in the forty-ninth state. through Wednesdays.We Beach, Florida,
,. garbage conectjfoiv'-wfll be'' provided,. and chief creep-feeding I delcare everytimeI The sow smirked. "MY last pigs Brotherhood Meet Friday were happy to have our right, title or inteetunder any

the' ben fIt of course; will be' the right turn around there's one of the in a 6-year lease
among topped the market, and as for Men in this community are in- many visitors church Sunday. dated 12-11-52.

.(.. to vote'and have a' voice in affairs of the town little teggers yelling he's hungry her mean-eyed knockkneedrunts vited to join the men of Hampton Don't forget Sunday. School at I in Misc. 'r.ord.
.... 282.Rayonier..
and with 70 of them running
a-
I
which are of such vital importance to all those -" And she shook her head. Baptist Church at their regular 10 a. m. each Sunday. -
round here I can't even tell myon t Foster Shi Smith and Mary Anne Inc., P. O.
monthly of the II.ni.OI
.::::: h'ving in Keystone and surrounding area. anymore." meaningfully and continued. meeting Smith his wife, Box 728 Fernandina

No town can realize its full potential of growthand ese "And as for her being registered.I Brotherhood this Friday evening CALL FOR BIDS Stake. Florida Beach. Frida any I

don't care how many papers Jan. 23, at the church at 7:30 p. Seah'd bids will be received by right tite Interelt
inside
bottled
it is
progress as long as up "Complaints yet," Sam said. "I the Hoard of Public Instruction of unfr It'a' dated

outgrown corporate boundaries. We congratulate should think you'd be very happyto they have I KNOW on good auth- m.Personals PVadford County Florida at, the 1..5.JI rfcrdt. I !
ority that there was a scandal office of the Superintendent of Pub- :5. '
"-'U the Keystone Councilmen on their steps toward have all those fine pigs around back in her family. ." Sunday afternoon visitors at lic Instruction in Courthouse, 5 P D. Reddish and Ruth HeOdll! None 1310.00:

expansion and hope that their efforts are crown- you." 5. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Starke M., E., S.Florida.T.. Thursday up to,2 February o'clock P.5. hi. O.wife Box 32SZO ,

:;.,. ed with success. S. That's the way it happened Hinson were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. 1959.; for furnishing all materialsand ? Brodway
.' labor and constructing the Starke
"My pigs are fine. she said Turner of Gainesville.
,
end as Sam went off he saw a following school building project in .
,.; with a snort. "Even if I shouldn'tsay Mr. and Mrs. John Childressand < Benjamin Snslow and Anna J ,
,: The Times bunch of pigs trying to nurse the Bradford County Florida: low, his wife UINoe IZ.UO
Right so they are proper little pigs. old sow, and the most lusty and son of Orlando visited here AflHTORira.BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL P. O. Box 1003

But the brats of that Landrace in vigorous had and Sunday; with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. bid received ST\RKE FLORIDAAny Starke, Florida; and
after
one mean eyes the specified
;..). Senator Bridges has said that he will push for the next pen are in nothing but very sharp teeth.HAMPTON. May.Mr. time and date will not be con- New 2J5 Fort York Washington 32, N. Y. Ave

legislation in the present Congress to give back and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft. sidered. ,
Each hid must' be accompanied bya I
7 Foster Shi Smith and Mary Anne None
-- to the States the power stripped from them bya YYTTT999999999999Y1'TYTT. Lauderdale left Sunday after several certified check, cashier's check Smith, his wife 1250.08

days' visit here with the W. or bid bond in the amount of five Starke Florida
Supreme Court decision, some months ago per cent of the base bid as guarantee l

the to prosecute charged with Out A. Saxcn family. that the bidder if awarded the and to all persons or parties having Line List Xo. and U.
power persons C-BRDI.
Mrs. Charles Cook of Coving- contract trill within ten consecutive or claiming any right title Interest Parcel 4 ( 1 and

sedition or subversive acts. ton Va.. is spending a month calendar days after written notice e.state mortgage or other lien to Mary Anne Smith, his wife, et
Of being given of such award. enter and in those certain parcels of land al)
Thia is just another instance of the growingtide By Mrs. Dimi here with her son-in-law and into a written contract with the situate In Bradford County. Florida, A strip of'land fifty feet In widthextending ,

*of opinion throughout the Nation that Con- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoard of Public Instruction of Prad-' hereinafter described together WIU 15 feet northerly and J&
"" ... .. ford County Florida ia accordance all unknown persons claiming ty, feet southerly from the
gress mustMacc.sme.khd of curbs on the Supreme The: t Wolfred and daughter. Mrs. Wol- w tJ1h, accentd bid aod' give a through, and under known persons described survey line and trav.flf'10Uowlug
-Court td'pr 1'( 'nf'its becoming iri effect lUaU Truck Driver -fred expected'' to enter'''Bradford' contract surety bond satisfactory who are dead or who are not the :EV of $ec. t, T 7 ..
said known to b dead or .lve the SH of of 10, T 7
to Board in an amount equalto thSW1 Se
Past Found: Dead Here County hospital in Starke on S. R 5nd NH "
what United State has had and hundred %
the never does one percent of the contract XVHEREAS. HOUSTON TEXAS T 7 E, ee -
Donald Zedry Roberson, 39, driver Tuesday this week for minor surgery pri!<'t". GAS AND OIL Florida Bradford County.
not now< want a form of dictatorship.A CORPORATION, acorporation more particularly described
of the Seaboard Airline and Mrs. Cook will care for No bidder may withdraw his has flied its Petition In as follows to-wlt:
recent spokesman, Federal Judge Dozier A. Trucking Co., was found dead their daughter PearL bid for :a period of thirty day after .eminent domain proceedings In the Beginning at a point In the e.t
[Edited By Alice McGarvey] tbe date set for the opening above entitled Court against tbe line of the NH of Sec. 15. laid
DeVane said that the Constitution' should be' aai
frcm a heart attack at the rail Miss Norma Sweeney returned thereof.All pers"ns "hOle names and places of point b lnl 1330 southerly and

amended to bar the Supreme Court from upset- Back in 1933 the Woman's Club road depot here Saturday morn- home to Gainesville Sunday, after work with shall plans be" siwcificalinns done in accordance being residence the are defendants retnabove in such set cause forth,, along corner lld thereof line; and from running the northeast tltenc ,r

ting previous decisions on cases' that pertain to spcnsored a series of "vanishingteas" ing. Jan. 17.Postmistress. staying here with Mr. and Mrs.J. and contract documents relative and wherein the said Petitioner X 7$ degres 01 minutes W a 'IIa

the Constitution or acts of 'COnfU Sg. He said for the benefit of the club. Mary Williams W. Home for several days tlieretof as prepared by Ooin and seeks to condemn an estate In the tance feet to its
Moore, Architects. Gainesville Flor- fQlowlJ described property aa Is exit in the west line of the SE% of
the U. S. faces domination by the Court unless The first was given by the president found :Mr. Roberson .when assuming -while she presented programs at ida. Plans, specifications and contract in the Petition fUed In Sec. 9. T 7 8 R Zl E.
he out Hampton Baptist Church and di/oumentsi may be examinedat said cause, so that the same maybe Pelftg lands owned by roster Shi
W. was busy sorting
E. :
Mrs. Middleton at the
its methods are'curbed.. He criticized the legal the office of the Superintendent' used for right of way purpOM"and Smith, and Mary Anne Nmth. hit
',: clubhouse in January. Others who the Hampton mail he had WMU meetings: of Public Instruction. Starke, Florida all Inddlnts thereof for thelocation wife, Starke, Florida "

mechanics by which the court arrived at its 1954 entertained were Mrs. E. L. Biggs brought she went over to pick up Frank Brown son of Mrs. T. F. or at the office of Coin and and construction of natural Smith. wMow. Sfarke. Florida, bin
gas transmission pipelines, to-wlt: identified as Line List Ho.
school integration order without the Moore Architects. 518 X. E. 4th .
arguing Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. T. T. the mail from him when she came Brown received his discharge from Ave.. Gainesville T.RAIM9.

merits of the order itself. Long, Mrs D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. to work Saturday morning. about the army at Colorado Springs the Only one set ,of Florida.such plans and Parcel heirs 1 of(Annie L. L.Leach Leach, at deceasedaforenamed other Parcel Reddish 5 (P.his D. wife Reddish) and Ruth

an stating that the Nation cannot survive un A. Z. Adkins Mrs. W G. Haile. 811.- m. J. W:'Horne, depot agent, fifth 'Of this month and has returned contract documents and forms tor ) A strip of fifty feet In width,

"' noticed{Mr Robcrson's body at: home. He and his wife are bidding for this project may be secured A strip of land fifty feet In width extending 15 land northerly and
Hi:
domination of a 'j d cial oligarchy, Judge' Mrs. E. S. Matthews and'Mrs. ; by general contractors only ett-nding IS feet northerly and 34 feet southerly from the 1

D Vane is speaking for millions of Americans B. McLendon. The teas were very about:the sam 'time.'and notifiedthe new making their home in Jacksonville from the office of the architectsby feet nontherljr fr the following :described survey line and travf'rlng folowlnr
dispatcher where he is employed.Mrs. depositing; therewith 120.00 per described survey line .nl traversingthe the SE-" of the SWU and
popular and others were planned.Nat ; eU.. The from SWVi of the SW of '.
who have been disturbed by the trend of Supreme deposit general contractors e thV4 of the SE14 of Soc. Z6 T
V Funeral' services were "Mondayst : Ralph Pe rsaU has been will be refunded upon Township 7 South. Range 21 cast 5 S, R 21 Bradford. County. Klor-,.
Court decisions in recent years.In Hardage and Sons F nem'Chapel' confined to Bradford County Hos- submission, of a bona fide bid and Bradford County.Florida. more par. ida more particularly described as
Nat Stcrnberg issued an invita- return of raid plans and contractdocuments tK-nlarly described as follows to
this atmosphere perhaps Senator Bridges'curblaw in'Jacks nville.; with :burial pital for the last week with pneumonia. wit: follows to-wit:
in condition within
tion to all kids in the area to 8 t- good Beginning at a point in tne
will pass,Congress at the present session in Riverside Memorial Park ten days after the date set fnr the ThgInnlng at I pint In the line of the SE'. of the SW 14 eat
: tend the movies at the Ritz at his We-t of the of the
op,'nln.it of bi If 'it- does nothing more. it may awaken expense. He said "it's a free Cemetery A' native of Screven, John White pastor of Hamp- deSire! more than one set of SW, said .section ,. Said feet southerly and point along said line

Ga., Mr: RoberSon' is survived' by ton Christian Church and his such plans and specifk-anons, these point being 1316 feet more or from the corner tnereof;
the Supreme Court to the error of its ways and show, kids, so you won't have to less northerly along said line RorthE'at
his wife Mrs. Ramona Roberson.five family have been unable to stayat may be obtained by paying th< from the corner and running thence R 50 cgrf'e
make it rather than lawmaking ask daddy for nickle Iouthwt'llt fl* minutes W distance
a or a
,once again a judicial a yo'ir cost of duplication at the rate of : and rnnn.ng: thence S
dime." If the'' kids today asked daughters: arid a son of Jacksonville their housetrailer by the churchfor 75c: per sheet for drawings and 76 Ihf'rMf degree*. 01 mlnutO E a dts feet to its point of exit in the west
body. !
; a son in Miami, anda the last few weeks due to the $2.00 per set for specifications tance of 1439 feet to its of line of the SE of tie SW 1 of
.
caddy for a nickle today daddy which will be refundable. pint St 2 t T S R, R 21 t;.
not cut In the East line of 4
sister and three brothers of illness of their daughter, and the Being lands owned by P. D. Reddish
would think wanted to Subcontractors and material of the of Sec. -
they park suppliers SV4 9, T 1 S,
Trailer Park NeededH the car for a few minutes down- Jacksonville and Cocoa. recent critical illness of Mrs. may purchase drawings and 21 E.Being P P. O.and Box Ruth 32S.HfIIIh Broadway his wife,

School Pictures' Taken, White's father in Jacksonville, before specifications from the architectsby land owned by I* L. Leach. siarke, Florida and a.
town. and If Route No. 1, Icntll
paying the cost of duplication spouse any. LIne List No. 23 .
( plans now afoot materialize, Starke will soon 'S Chapel'Serv1ces Renewed his death two weeks ago. at the rate of 75e per sheet for Box 255-C Starke. j"'orlda.' andIdentified Parcel 6 ( "HAD71.8uliow Lad
Students at Hampton Elementary Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gear's baby, the drawings and |3.09 per set for as Line List :0. t.IHt1 Anra Snslow his
have its .first bona fide trailer park. The American An editorial on the BHS pageof who in Alachua the specifications, which cost includes 17Parcel A strip of land fifty wife In width
School had their pictures taken was County Hos- 2 (Franklin Lumber
,Legion property off North Temple Avenueis the Telegraph wfe suppose the cost of handling. This Racket Co.. a corporation) a extending IS feet northerly and IS
last Thursday at the school, pital with pneumonia for several cost will not be refundable. A etrip Qf land fifty feet In width feet nntherjr fr tn the followingdeecribed
,thfc proposed1 site and the immediate need i is written by one.of the student editors -' although not the regular shool: days last week. is homeagain and Bidders' qualifications must be extendinr IS feet northerly and Si survey line and tr&ye-uilr
had this to say "Regardlessof satisfactory to the Board of Public feet southerly from the following a portion of the NW14 of .
to accommodate about 60 workers who will much improved.Mrs.
come picture prints, which will be taken Instruction of IJradford County the of the SW SE
to the described survey line and tray.rsinl NE' '; % of
feeling con- tb
intb this area' 'within the next few weeks for any vague later this spring. Florence Moore of Starke Florida. The Hoard of Public Instruction the N% of the NE%; the SW NW S\Vt of % of e
trary, your high school years are of Bradford County. NE' H. T 7 S. R P;, Bradford County
XWU of PEM
sister of Land the %
Mrs. T. and
The pictures taken last week F. Brown
the construction of the natural gas branch line for learning. Therefore start your Florida, reserves' the right to waive 6$er. 3i. T 6 S, R I E. Kradtord Florida more paricularl describedas
will be in color, mounted in individual Mrs J. J. Brannen of Hamptonhas informalities in any bid and to accept County, Florida particularly follows,
to Jacksonville. They expect to be in our vicinityfor schedule by planning your day a- viewers. This will be the been confined to Bradford any bid which they considerto described' &follows, towi: Beginning at a point In the wel
approximately ,three months. round jour time for study. Thereare be in the best public interest Beginning at a the W line of the above described .
last year this type of picture will County Hospital. Mrs. Moore's and to reject any or all bids. lin. of the NE" of said Sec. 36. ty situate in Sec. IS, said pint being
Already equipped with their trailer homes, other valuable means of learning be made by this company Mrs. daughter Daisy Johnson, of Hou- The board of Public Instruction of saM point being 1262 f1 Southerly 12 feet northerly sail
such conversation. obser- P.radford Coointy Florida and along said line the northwest west line from the southwest cor-
many of them do not want to rent houses or as Ola M. Perkins school principal, ston, Texas is here to be'ith By: Harmon P. Morgan Secretary corner thereof; and running ner thereof; and running tben

apartments, and if trailer accommodations vation, end fellowship, but your said. her mother during her illness. January 1$. 22, 29, 1959 thence S 75 degrees, IS minute B Sonth (3 degrees, 41 adistance
of 351 feet to Its point of
high school career is undertakenfor a distance of 1500 feet to Its point
not found for them they will locate out of townor Week1r chapel services in the Miss Brenda Sue Hinson spent of exit In the East line of the SW exft In the South line of the .' '
the purpose of developingyour school auditorium Wednesdaysat last weekend visiting Miss Dolores ILL FOR BIIJ"* oftheNEIofSec.3T5.R1S E .f the SW% of Sec. H, T 7 8, K
In that of on :
in a nearby community. case 22 R.
intellectual! oowers. Sealed bids will be received by the Being lands by Franklin
their payroll (amounting to about 11 a. m. have been renewed Hardy in Starke.EVERGREEN. Board of Public Instruction of Lumber & ownP.. a corporation.Micanopy Being lands owned by Benjamin
course money C' ; Snslow and Anna Surlow? kits wife
since the Christmas vacation. Bradford County Florida at tbe Florida and IdetUle as
$lo0o week understand) will be spent Line No. rv x 1A"'. Starke ""lrlda and %,
a we Just so we don't get the idea Speaking at the chapel service on VWVyyVyyyyy yyyyyyy-yyyyy office of the Superintendent of Pub- LJ Fort Washington
lic Instruction in the Courthouse. Parcel (W. Hogan Bmltn. and .
elsewhere. that 1933 BHS students were all Eoltne W. his wife) 32, N. Y. and Identified as Line ListNo.
Jan. 7 W. P.
was McElroy pastorof Starke Florida up to 2 o'clock P. .
Recently! the! city passed an ordinance prohibiting trains and no brawn we quote Hampton Baptist Church and M.' E. S. T. Thursday February 5, A strip of land fe"t fifty northerly feet In.wldU Pa f-BRAD-3.ter Shi Smith and
ntt'ndlnl
from the Senior Football Person- 195) nr furnishing all materialsand 1 Mary Anne Ms wlfs)
from the following
the parking of trailers on private property John White of Gainesville pastorof labor and constructing the following A strip of land SmIth In width
described line and tuaversing
survey fify flt
except with the permission of surrounding 'prop alities. Of Captain Frow Strick- Hampton Christian Church, By Stanley Crawford school building project in the NWVi and the EH of tie SK* .xtt'ndinl 15 fet northerly and 3$
land they wrote "He was a player Bradford County. Florida: of5ec.LTTS. ItilEand the M51 feet southerly from following
erty owners, but there is no reason why a well- of all-around and John White of Gainesville. .&"' &._A4. A..4.... 1059 ADDITION TO R. .r. SCHOOL.STARKE. of the SW'i of Sec. ,. T S, K.21E. described survey line th traversingthe
trailer should' not lare ability"Of pastor of Hampton Christian ". FLORIDA Bradford County Florida more =EI0'! the SW>4 of Sec. 31,
equipped, well-regulated park Gratton Cooper-"He provedhis Church. spoke at the service last Miss Vivian Redding of Jacksonville Any bid received after the. sped-. particularly described a follows, T 7 -R % E, Bradford County
be an asset to the community. tied time and date will not be con- Florida particularly describedas
worth this fine the weekend
season as a spent with to-wit
week. Merle Packham ,pastor of sidered. at a In the Wet follows :
Being on a heavily-traveled tourist route, defensive man as well as a valuable Hope Baptist Church, was guest relatives in this community.Miss Each bid must be accompanied line of the NW'4 pint I. Beginning towi point li the wu

Starke should find many customers for its trailer player to pack the ball online Yvonne and Betty Gaskins bjr a certified check cashiers checkor said point being SS feet northerly line of the HE 4 of SWI o
this weekat
speaker on Wednesday bid bond in the vnopnt of five, ami along raid line from the southwest said Sec 21. said point blDC
park, even after the construction workers have piunges." the school. Various classes of Jacksonville! spent the week- per cent of the base bid as guarantee corner thereof; and running 8 feet southerly and along line
Of Frank Inman. end. who won end with their parents. that the bidder if awarded the 76 d grees. 81 minutes E a distanceof from the northwest corner Uk re-
passed on. Perhaps we have been missing the have been presenting special mu- will, within cvftsecatlve 344 feet to Its point o exit In nf; and running then S 7i degrees.
his first letter that year as wellas Harold [Nook] Crawford and contract tet the smith line of the 3W of 27 minutes E a of 139) feet .
calendar aft written notice !e
business of these thousands who drive days
through
;
8. T 7 R 21 E; continuing on to Ifs point i of exit h> the eastline
a position on the AllConference capably and was much in evidence Robert Snelston of Charleston S. being given of such award. enter !
Starke without stopping because have the bearing and re-ent ring nf tb. "rof th $W4 of Bee.
now we eleven, "Frank took eight when given a chance.a ." C. visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil into written contract with the the subject property at a point t 21. T I

no trailer accommodations for them.It subjects to graduate this semester S Crawford Sr. over the week end. Pvard of Public Instruction of th, west line of the E% of the SE' Being! lands owu. by roster BUI
Bradford County Florida in accordance and
of Sec ". said point being un SmUl ARe feralUt his
i is honed that the American Legion will rush piayed tackle as well as end A survey to determine the price Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish with the accepted' bid aad or lees. nortlerJY. and reet Starke Florida and l enUne

through..jts .plans for this facility not only to wen a letter. All-Conference end. paid by fanners for certain articles and daughter Vickie Sue of El- give a contract to said Board surety in bond an amount satisfactory thereof me line: thence from South 71 degrees corner, 01 as TOl TIne AND Uct EACH No. AD-X-51..

accommodate the present demand of the con- recognition as the clown and was being conducted by CWA Paso. Texas are visiting their parents equal to cue hundred per cent of minutes East. a distant o 1419 fet HEREPT COMMANDED to be and

park-plug of the Tornadoes and under the direction of B. R. Wit- Mr.: and Mrs. Leslie McClel- the contract price. to Us point of exit In East line appear in and before the said Circuit .
struct-i"n workers but also looking to additional No bidder may withdraw his bid ft the EH of 'ht ST:'i of Section $. Court o th iRtb day Veb
tourist facilities in the future. played on the Starke All-Star kovski. The work was .knq,wn ,as Ian and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish for a period of thirty days after T S. R 21 ; and continuing on rue y. A.D, to show o
team. When Frank receives his the Local Market Price Project tbe date set for the opening there- the same bearing and re-entering terr-st you have In raid property and
of. the subject propertv at a point in to hw cans why I "hu& mot
diploma: he can be well assured and was to collect statistics on 160 MX. and Mrs. Eugene MacDonald All work shaH be done in- accord- th- west tine of the 14 of the be taken for the uses purpose

THI ,..; -. MDPORD( COUNTY TEtEGRPi. that ha has completed, quite successfully articles used by farmers. of Jacksonville visited her ance with plans specifications and SWH ofSec. LTTS 11.21 IS. said I forth. in said Petition, o .
harreil.WITNESS
point being 1023 feet."more or less.
EST. 1879 his /our months work." S. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grif- contract documents relative thereto northerly and along Paid line fromth mv hand and tbs teii
as prepared' by Goia and Moore.
t Norman Johns was designated There government fis. Sunday: afternoon. Florida. southwest cm..r thereof; thence of Mid Clr this 23rd day of December
was a processing Architects. Gainesville.
,of htrnOI.DF'"T WEEKLY NEWS.' / Sooth 7* d minutes Eat ms.COURT .
7 "One o fthe outstanding linesmanof tax on hogs. An announce Among those, visiting Mr. and Plans specifications and contract a distance of I31C feet to Its point ( SEAL)
T. r H'EIl rI-I$1.IHFD ONTI OnLY documents may be examined at the of exit In tee East line of feCH 01 niARLKS A. DAP.BT.
the season. was made that new rates Mrs. W. H. Green Sunday after- .
office of the Superintendent of Public -
Clerk
of the Circou
the SWH 9. T 7 S. B ZlBradford Z Cesrt .(
1''Y1t'TRtlp'MB 1I.\"R1'-\': : Palmer Williams, guard. did not beginning Feb. 1 would be $1.50 noon were Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Instruction, Starke Florida, or n e-e Florida Bradford Count. Florida.
r..,.'......' r-,..It TVV.*M I$."re4 M rco.d Clam Matterf his and at the office of Goto and Moore.Architects. Being C(1at. W. Hogan By W ,
for football until
out of Lake
go 1933 cwt. and on March 1. $2.25 Green Butler. Mr. L
per
... Ft 518 -X. E. 4th 1
the P *| Offl (> nt Stnrk* Badrr Art f Mar. $ 187* Avenue. Smith and Eollne W.. his wire,
senior year. "He always filled in per cwt Mrs. Donald Green and son Gainesville, Florida. Starke, Florida, and identified a ..t'-' DPtJ H. Clerk 12JlAGE


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 193Q .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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much better soon now. I i urday night. Wednesday and Saturday and family. help just say Bessie! went' out to Sunday.Mr. -

The Griffis, Frigo and Padgett Birthday Dinner Bud Waters of Jacksonville Miss. Shirley Wilkinson see if she could find the panther I rYYYYYVYYYYVVYYYYYYYYYYYPINE
spent and Russell and
Carter
MAXVILLEBy Mrs.
families have: been very busy Mrs. Albert Smith entrtained visited with his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Monday night with Miss and it found her and she is
Mary son. Donald spent Friday night
fencing in their cemetery lots at at her home Sunday with a birthday Waters and family Satur- Jane McGraw in Bryceville.Mrs. telling about it! It may be sne and I LEVEL
Saturday in Jacksonville
Mrs. C. B. Nolan Long Branch cemetery, we under- dmner honoring her sister, will need someone to stop her for as
day.Mr. Junior Goolsby and infant guests of their son-in-law and
stand. Mrs. Ruby Durrance her birth- and she< might break all speed limits j? Mrs. IL 3L McKaa
Mrs. J.
on
A.............&&&&&.&u. D. Padgett have son. who had been with Mrs. daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Can-
:Miss Bonnie Padgett and her day anniversary. Enjoying this occasion .started building a new home near Leslie Sweat if she should see this animal! We della.
and family for awhile They were accompaniedhome aau.uuasavuaaiauar
Mrs. Albert Smith and Mrs. nephew, Eddie Padgett were both with Mrs. Smith and Mrs. :her sister. Grace and husband J.t will have to tell you more about
returned to their home in by Mrs. Carter's mother
Ruby Durrance visited! in Middle- at home last week with! the mea- Dui ranee were Mr. Smith and the D. Padgett. Ealdw.'n: last Wednesday.We this later! We hope we can give Mrs. B. A. Shaw, who will spend Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall spent

burg last Thursday with their sles. However, Bonnie had suffi- family, Mrs. Dora Byrd, E. C. Doss Higginbotham entered I| a favorable report! Maybe we this week with them. Ilist I t week at Hollywood and en-

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I ciently recovered to resume her Padgelt, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Veteran's Hospital in Lake City are glad that Harry and won't get too far from home to j i joyed the meeting at First Baptist
Richard Bell are able to be out a- know where to send the mail Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby attended -l
studies at Baldwin School to.
; High Green |
Mrs. Marvin Green and family. and family of Middleburg, 'Tuesday for observation. Hope he I i Church there, and also a visit
Monday. gain after a recent illness. We never could run, but we hav the New River Associational -
I en
John and Ed Waters had a lit- and R. V. and Howard Durrance. won't have to stay long. with Rev. and Mrs. E. R. : owers.
Waldo Pringle of AUburndale Music Festival at MadisonSt.
the loose!
never seen a panther on
tle accident up near Lawtey last Mrs. Junior Goolsby and :Mrs. Miss Minnie Hargroves had to Little Barbara Godwin They returned Friday and Rev.
daughter visited with his brotherinlawand Baptist Church, Sunday after-
Louise Fouracre of Baldwin visit- Hall conducted services here Sun-
Saturday night when they ran'' carry Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis to of
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Godwinis .
sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. f .yy.yy..yyyyy.yy..y..T noon.
their gas truck into a ditch but I ed in Maxville Saturday with Mrs. a Staike doctor last Wednesday.Miss ill at her home here. Bell and family last day morning and night with a
Thursday. Miss Virginia Erwin and brother
-
I Goolsby's mother. Mrs. Leslie large attendance
were unhurt only wet and cold.I Merle Higginbotham accompanied Harrison Adams is confined to While he was here, attended
they STATE FARMBy Bryan and Rebecca and Vir-
:Sweat and the
family. They left
We can imagine how uncomfort- Mrs. Doris Johnson Mrs. J. W. McRae was called
:St. Vmcents funeral services in
Hospital in Jackson- Jacksonvillefor ginia House are all feeling better
able they were such cold baby, little William Harold with to Scottsboro Ala, last Saturdayby
on a and Mrs. Nettles of Folkston, Ga. ville where he underwent their aunt
Mary Louise this
f' surgery week we are glad to report.
night. his grandmother while they wentto to the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- ;and seems to be getting along Hodge. Bin.' O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4JAAA.AAA the serious illness of her mo-

Mr. ana Mrs. D. J. Parrish and I Jacksonville.Mr. tion hospital last week to see Mrs. I nicely. Thought for the weekEverything ther, Mrs. V. B. Wheeler.

family visited in Starke Sunday and Mrs. Buford HIggin- Nettles' son Roy Nettles who is VVYVYYyyVvyyyyyyyyyyyyy. comes to him who hustles Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent Mondayand
Mrs. Edith
afternoon. botham spent last Saturday night a patient there. Weathersford recenr Mrs. Zelfler Given Shower while he waits. Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.

We are very sorry to hear that and Sunday visiting in Jackson- Mrs. Lois Waters and family of ly Hospital had surgery and seems in St.to be Vincent's getting CLAY HILL Mrs. Jo House. Mrs. A. C. YVTYYYY..Y.YYT...VInlviLONG Bishop Thomas and family at

little Diane Griffis daughter of ville with their daughter Mrs. Lawtey drove to Jacksonville Sun- :along welL Belche, Mrs. Roy Cooper, Mrs. Bob Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis is ill Lyle Schmehls and daughter. day to a birthday party for little Caddell. Mrs. J. C. Wallace and BRIDGE spent Friday night with his aunt

and under the care of a Jacksonville Mrs. Ernest Padgett, who was Diane Schmehls and brought her Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edenfield by Mrs J. U BtriCfcUadtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Robert Turner were hostessesat Mrs. Charity Glisson, at Lake
have moved into their AND NEW RIVER
physician. a patient in Bradford County parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig- own home a lovely stork shower last Wednesday Geneva

Laura Johns of Middleburg is Hospital for several days last ginbotham home with her. again after staying with Mr. Edenfield's evening honoring Mrs. This community was very much
with week has mother, Mrs. Florence We failed with. news last week. held in Mrs R, F. MerrillLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
staying Mrs.Ernest Padgett sufficiently recoveredto Mrs. Dewey McPherson and Milo Zeigler. Party was excited Monday morning when we
Parrish for
while. -
while she is convalescing. return to her home here. Hope Mrs. Harry Padgett visited in a No one was interested enough to home of Mrs. Turner, with 30 heard that Mr. and Mrs.,RobertStarling's

Miss Merle Higginbotham spent I she will soon be up and about Starke Saturday with Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. William Mosley help us so we failed to have en- guests present. house was on fire. Itwasn't
last weekend in Jacksonville with again. and children of Jacksonville were ough to mention. These cold, nippy days that we
Padgett who was a patient in Mrs. Zeigler's gifts were pre- too bad. That's one good
her sister, Mrs. Lyle Schmhls and Len Postell. Jewell North and Bradford County Hospital. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Tuesday morning of last week sented to her in a beautifully decorated have been having make news thing about having a telephone.)

daughters and then spent several Tom Klosterman visited in Green! Peterson last weekend. the planes were. flying over us so wicker basket adorned short. Everyone is trying to stay Visitors of the H. M. McRaes

days with a friend, Mrs. Lois Wal- Cove Springs after the basketball I Friends of Len Postell will be Bettey and Juanita Peterson of constantly and flying so low, we with a blue bow.Refreshments home and keep the heaters warm. last Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.
glad to learn that he is able
to
,There few who brave
were
a were
were wondering just what they
dron in Jacksonville. Friday Jacksonville last
game night with Miss spent Friday Robert Taylor and children.
fly again after ill with of special tea and :
being and made
an would do next. About 11:40 a move.
Singing To Be IftldAULong North's grandmother, Mrs. Alice night and Saturday with Mr. and a. m cake served. Charlene and Robert Jr.. of Jack.
pound were
Branch Church North. ear infection. Mrs. T J. Peterson, one dropped a test bomb so closeto Personals I The Shiver family went over to sonville. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc-

Several handicapped people Mrs. Evie Godwin is visiting in Johnnie and Gary Higginbotham Everett Godwin and his daughter our house it almost knocked Palatka Saturday morning and Rae, end: Mr. and Mrs. Robert
have been very sick and Gary Jim's piPe'out of his mouth. We Mr.and Mrs. Conrad Barrs of returned mid-evening on Sunday,
from Knoxville, Tenn. will be at Miami with her son-in-law and Mrs. William Padgett and son, Myrick and children of Starke.
the Long Branch Baptist Church daughter, Mr. and Mr. Kenneth has had to miss a lot of school. Stanley and Mrs Willie Godwin claim that was pretty close! Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. M. enjoying the days with the Joe Sunday afternoon visitors were

next Wednesday night, Jan. 28 Rhinedress and family. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and visited! in Stark Monday evening Irving Padgett of Middleburg C. Roberts Sunday. Falcs family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. N.-Norman, Mr.

to sing! The public is invited to Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and daughters of Jacksonville visited with Willie Godwin at Doctor's called| on the Stricklands for a Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starkewas and Mrs. Sam Crews are and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, and Mr.

attend. It will begin at 7 o'clock. family visited in Jacksonville Sat- Sunday vith Mrs. Fannie Griffis. :HospitaL short visit Thursday evening of dinner guest of her son-in- 'proud to announce they are now and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and Mr. andMrs.

Baldwin came out for a win. urday afternoon with their son- Four-H Achievement day will The school children will all en- last week. He learned we wanted law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. grandparents. They will let us L. A. Crosby.

over Green Cove Springs on in-law and daughter. Mr. and Le held at the Maxville School joy a holiday next Monday. some trees pulled for woodandto Robert Turner Sunday. They all know more about the event later.I .

Friday night Jan. 16. The girls Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and enjoy-I next Tuesday, Jan. 27 at which Held Over From Last Week keep them from falling on the visited friends in Jacksonville was talking with James Star- Presbyterian ChurchFriday

and boys varsity won. but the supper at Strickland's Saturday time members of the Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley en- fence, so he came Saturday morn- during the afternon and also ling Saturday and he said that

Junior varsity team lost. night. Home Demonstration Club will be tertained at their home Sunday ing-brought help, and pulled visited the Zoo. Elouise was going to be admittedto Adult Choir practice

John and Ed Waters spent Sat- We regret that Mrs. Evelyn present to judge their work. afternoon with a birthday party these: trees for us. Now we can Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Doctors Hospital Monday fore 8p.m.

urday night in Jacksonville with Griffis is ill with a bad cold and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson honoring their son, Ronnie on his have plenty of wood-if we can Richarde Saturday were their minor condition. Sunday Church School for

their biother-in-law and sister, hope she will feel better soon. and family and Mr. and Mrs. 7th birthday get the trees cut up. Of course we son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and all 9:45
Rev. Culbert of Keystone ages : a. m. Morning Wor-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson and Alene Sweat and Peggy Lucas Leonard Elvin of Jacksonville had Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oliver of J need: PLENTY of wood these cold Mrs. Lyle Buck 3rd., and Mr. Heights ought a wonderful mes- ship 11 a, m. Congregational

daughter, Marcia. attended the 4-H county council dinner Sunday with Mrs. Grace .Jacksonville visited Sunday with days! Richarde's sister, Mrs. Annie Nor- sage at Long Bridge Church last Meeting following morning wor-

We are sorry to hear that Mrs. meeting at the 4-H Club Park in Herrick in Jacksonville. Mrs. Oliver's parents Mr. and We were able to attend church man of Jacksonville and Mr. and Sunday. He hated to write on the ship. Youth Fellowship 6. m.

Lacey Griffis is still ill and had Jacksonville last Saturday. They Sunday night, Jan. 11, music Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson Sr. again] Sunday but we missed Mrs. Fred G. White of Gaines- bulletin board that there were
to be taken back to the doctor all enjoyed bus was enjoyed at the Maxville Mother Pendarvis from amongour
a- a tour of John- Bap- Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parris and ; ville.We i only 17 present at Sunday School. CAR OF THANKS

gain. Surely hope she will be son's Dairy Gray's Dairy and the tist Church, when Bud Harris, children, David and Rhonda, were number. We also missed Dick are happy to know that i Rev. Fred Dodd is to be withus We would like to express. our

Foremost Dairy plant. Rev. W. O. Mathis Frank Well- visitors in Jacksonville Monday. Starling who was home sick with Mrs. Richarde is able to be out for services this Sunday. We, gratitude and heartfelt thanks to

Mr. and Mrs. Amos Rollins hausen and son, Sidney, Rick Jack, Joseph and Hoe Thom- laryngitis. We missed little Bren- after her injuries a few weeks all our friends, neighbors and un-
would like to have each one of
moved Saturday to the Scott Crawford and Pete Wilbanks sang da Starling and others from our you known
Some Came pson visited in Jacksonville Sun- ago.Mr. esent. friends, of the surroun-
Trailer Court on Normandy Bou- 'In the Garden." They also sang day w'th' Mrs. Janie Osteen and class, also. We were glad to have and Mrs. L. W. Pace visit pI ding communities, for the many

levard. Mr. Rollins recently related again at Prayer Meeting on Wed- son, Pete and also visited in Mac- Mrs. Wheeler back with us. She ed relatives in Jacksonville Sunday There Is a correction on lastweek's .. kindnesses shown to us in our

WALKING? : in the U. S. Navy and nesday night. Some of the ladies clenny with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. has been very sick for some time. news. It was Charlie Hop-* recent sorrow.

after he and his family visit relatives Mrs. Leslie Sweat Mrs. Oscar Griffis and family.Mr. I Also had several visitors, all were Miss Shirley Brown is spendingthis per whose nannie goat had the Jewell and Kirby Green and

in S. C. for a month may Harris, Mrs. Frank WeUhausen. and Mrs. Dan Hargrovesand welcome come again! week with her brotherinlawand twin kids. their families.

leave for a nine months tour ofsea Mrs. Doris Rawson and.Mrs. F. B. daughter, Minnie and T. L. Aunt Senia Prevatt is not im- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 1

duly.Birthday. Coleman also sang several select- Manning joined Mr. and Mrs. proving very' much from her ill- Rowe of Starke. .. ::::: :::::::- ..:.#

SupperA ions.Friends Orville Tyson and.family of GlenSt. ness She requests the prayers of Among those who attended the Q '
; :7
GAY'SHome birthday supper was given at of Mrs. J. W. Page will Mary, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. all in her behalf. football banquet in Starke Sat- :::ff-"- _i.eConfused byThere's
th home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. be inerested to learn she is at Thompson and family of Sander Last week, Mabel Norman was urday night -were Mr. and Mrs.

,AppliancesYour Coleman on Saturday night in home now from Bradford County son and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis sweeping and working in the L. W. Pace and son, Calvin. Con- -irh :'insurance
honor of and : church, lifted one of the benches gratulations to He
Mrs. Coleman's birth- Hospital seems to be getting and family of Glen St. Mary at Calvin. was awarded -

Friendly I day. Enjoying this occasion with along nicely.Mr. the home of Mrs. Edna Manning and moved it and hurt her I the Sportsmanship Award.He %

II I her were her husband. F. B. Cole- .'and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham in Glen St. Mary on Sunday for a back. She was able to do but little has: been an outstanding plaY- erms7

Norge Dealer 1 man, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brown- and daughter Robin visited farewell dinner for her son work the remainder of the week, ed and is a senior this year. \ _

ing, Mr. and Mrs. Don Eichelsor with Mr. and Mrs..Charles Hig- Ferrell. who leaving to returnto but was:much;;Unproved Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hundley of LLt ,. C ., :-..".: a good reason' ii.
was
NQROE APPLIANCES and children Mr. and Mrs. Ray ginbotham of Jacksonville Satur- the service after furlough Little Belinda Johns, daughtercf Jacksonville spent Sunday with all those terms....but it is'
a
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns has their often hard to distinguish between them. And.that's
Plum and son of Jacksonville, Mr. day night. soninlaw and daughter, why
MAYTAG WASHERS and Mrs. James Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shelby and home. had a bad siege of measles; but Is Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Williams we're here to give you straight-forward adviceW,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompsonand
"
daughter, and Evlyn B. F. and daughter, Rhonda have-moved to of Palatka I much better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon planning sound insurance protection for your home fII

S COLEMAN HEATERS and Dennie Coleman.We Jacksonville to make their home. daughter, Gnann dinner with Mr. Gene Manning has been suffer- had. as weekend guests. Mr. and car business. : .
enjoyed Sunday
FLOOR FURNACESWe ing with an abcessed tooth. Had Mrs. Wayne Cogdill, Charlie and Call us time for
are very sorry to learn that Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, and Mrs. Kyle Cannon and daughter any friendly, efficient service.
Willie Godwin is ill and is a patient Jr. have started building a newin returnedto to miss a few days of school on Bert Cogdill all of Gainesville;

Service All Makes in Doctor's Hospital I home down by the D. J. Parrish Ginger. Ginger weeks icount of this tooth. During this Mr. and Mrs. Seldon Cogdill and
Palatka with them fa a
Of Appliances Starke. family. '"'"' visit with Gnann time his sister Ida Mae had to daughter. Kay of Starke, and Mr. H. C. WALL AGENCY .

Linda Waters, Patricia Owens. Mrs. Bill Roberson and daugh- miss school due to having the and Mrs.' Rudy McDonald and
PHONE WO 4.7511 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilkinsonwere
: lu. Numerous others In this settlement children of Tampa. STARKE, FLA.
and James and Richard Normanenjoyed I J ter. Marcia of Jacksonville visited
Starke, Florid the Grand Ole Opry al with Mrs. Roberson's mother, Mrs. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. were suffering with flu Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall of .
-
and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and daughter
the Duval County Armory Sat.1 I Dorothy Waters and family last Karen. the last two weeks. Pine Level were dinner guests of KcptttcntuTf the Hartford Fire burt :e f/M
Elgin Lang said [Iso we'were Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner, .
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and -
I told] that she was taking the
NOOTHERPICKUP children of Jacksonville and Mr.
same disease that Jim Strickland
and Mrs. Millard Strickland and
had. We have not heard from

U [r5)nn[ [ ( LIKE daughters enjoyed Sunday dinner her, whether she has recoveredor
Lii/LB *ith Mrs. Fannie Griffis.
\ y
o v o whether we have to go to her
We are very sorry to hear that
rescue with the chicken feathers
A 59 FORDYou Mrs. Penny Griffis has been ill pnd sulphur! x.
and do hope she is much better S,
The twins of Mr. and Mrs. J.

get the smoothest ride of -.. ty this time. D. Wilkinson have had a severe

half-ton pickup thanks to Sorry that E. D. Higginbothamhas cold, but are well again. We know :
,
any been ill this week and hopethat
Ford's this mother has all she can do to
heavy-duty, two-stage he is much better.
take care of these two boys when
rear springs and long tapered Schmehlsand
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
they are well, to say nothing of
leaf front Scientific
springs. daughters of Jacksonvile
when they are sick. I S
lmpact-0-Graph tests prove visited Sunday with her parents, We learned Sunday that the

you get the easiest ridel! I Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham. young daughter of Mattie Carterwas

HFirt pitta*.to W badly burned one day last :
n.n '0' n n n Cum: of 3 vHeeltMses! ;3 body styH\ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters fam- week while putting wood on the
LIKE 4 tody! sees and 5 Start stroke visited Friday
of Jacksonville
lI1J 1.Jt2! } anpaatA My
O 0 0 : fire. The door was left open and
!evening with Mrs. Dorothy Waters her house: coat happened to blow

59 FORD and family and enjoyed supper into the fire and before they

....
t with her. could put the fire out her clothes Enter the
and first AL 4
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters had burned off her. She is in very
Big Stlesi6e! box gives you family of Jacksonville and Miss serious condition.- She requeststhe

56 cubic feet of loadspace of Jacksonville DESSERf'TET
on Mickey Godwin prayers of all praying peoplefor ORANGE !
a 110-inch Wheelbase or 70 visited Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy her recovery so she can return

cubic feet with a 118-inch Waters and family. Bud plans to home from the ,hospital. Sponsored by the Florida Citru mmution

wlieelbase. Both bodies offer enter: a Jacksonville hospital very Wen, we just had 59 present In

the structural strength you soon for an operation. Sunday School again Sunday. We

need for heavy hauls. And Misses Linda Waters Shirley know several were too sick to attend .-

you've got Ford Short Stroke a Higginbotham, Patty Parrish, but wonder if the cold FIRST PRIZE EASY! FUN! EXCITING!

power to haul without huffing ; Eleanor Johnson of Jacksonville weather bluffed the others? Any- -" J/ / Here's
brand
or puffing! Roger North and R. V. Durrance way, the Intermediates won the \ ,.r j /. I ; l a new contest-the biggest of

enjoyed a visit Sunday to the attendance banner again. This Is +, ',.may\ '_. I if: .5'/' .', its type-with almost $6,000 in prizes ,for

Highland Zoo. such a habit of this class aD Lt.'\. t t '. t: I /, Florida men and women, 17 and orer,.trho
fS!I Font$Stykskh roomy-a ntggedllrap-! We are very sorry to learn thatMrs. to think they not take :, demonstrate excellence in desserts
@ A 'M[ @ LIKE around rear corners with rigid box-girder bps wen seem can ; preparing
John North isn't feeling
000 construction strengthen both body and Uilgata, the banner from them. Supposewe to' using orange products!To enter,jast]p>kk up
and hope she will be much better
try and see if some other classC2.Il't an entry blank from any FPL Co. office, electric
A'59FORDTo right away. take ,the banner and keep it
Miss Bonnie Padgett and Mrs. for awhile. Make those Intermediates appliance dealer, or any other participating

t Ernest Padgett are ill with an attack work little. merchant; fill it ia, and mail to the
the only Short Stroke Six ..r ._...' fed a They just
of MAJOR ELECTRIC Florida
measles.Hope you take it for granted they have the APPLIANCES Citrus Commission along; with your

in pickups today, Ford .now better girls. banner permanently. Let's show 101 AN ALULECTRIC KITCHEN-LAUNDRY! recipe for a delicious dessert made with .
adds a new carbu Rev. W. O. Mathis of Jacksonville -
economy
them. Suppose an of parents Florida
you oranges!But you must hurry I Contest ,
retor. Result: the greatest enjoyed night
Sunday supper
who have children in the Beginner '
**
Prizes include
deluxe electric for closes
a !
range midnight,January *
gas-saving combination on the with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis class come and bring
your with
11 semi-finalists the balance of electric
road-and it"yours at no and daughter Karen. children. Then either the Begin-

extra cost! And a full range of Harry Parrish and Amos Rol- ner or one of the Adult Classes appliances making up an all-electric kitchenCONTIST OPEN TO AIL

transmission permits you to lins left Monday for 9 months sea will win this banner. Will you laundry going to the grand prize winner. In FLORIDA RESIDENTS

choose the one for your job. MIl j Pert keep M sntat! Maintenance is low, duty with the United States Na- try this? Come on to Sunday all, the overall winner will receive a refrigerator
trade-ia value B traditionally high. And insurance M. Parrish and Mrs. Rollins RULES WU K FOUND ON THE
etudtti prove that ford trucks Ust lontrl ,I UPGo I vy. s. School,. we have plenty of room table top water heater, duposall, dish- KVEKX SiOE OF CONTEST IUWC
end the children plan to'visi
for each and one who will
every washer,automatic washer and automatic
dryer
tlo1.u. their homes while their husbandsare
RD-WARD for savings away. come. ia addition to the range* ,. .
We heard another wonderful ..
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnsonand -
sermon Sunday morning the
on
FORD TRUCKS COST LESSTERWILLEGAR mm n o*w.wr..us io.aart TO
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig an should have heard this mes- with today's newest miracle features for the ....r..i "".".lw J-U"

ginbotham and family Sunday. sage. fastest,cleanest,safest most modern cooking N wwi q a 1fW.,1tIIfIf ,
Miss Shirley Higginbotham was Well we have found some
pan- the world has ever known!
-I KOiwftt
ill and had to be out of school ther tracks (or we think they are tUj

MOTORS three days last week. Glad she Is panther tracks and rabbit

feeling better. tracks here close to our house.

206 W. MADISON ST. PHONE: WO 4-3381 STARKE, FLAEnter Mr. and Mrs. H. 1.. Browningof Wonder if we hadn't better get FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY a. .
Jacksonville, enjoyed Sundaydinner ; on the job and lee What'we can

Sylvania Photoflash Contest See Your Ford Dealer For Full Details. with Mrs. Browning's parents find of these? ,If any of you hear H./p/.p/ Build Florida "

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FACE FOT7K BBADFOBD COUNTY 'TELEOEXPH. 9IAKKK, FLORIDA THTRSDAT, JANUARY 22, 1939-

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____.__ k _I ---I himslf: to the entertainer in away !' Jtion for Final Disharge.. and that i. J R. Kite, deceased .
Mrs. Miller.Hostess Beverly Chapman Mrs. Florence Moore I will apply to .he ll'>norahk l 1 heron This S'Mh da> "f Jannarr. 155.Louise
.,,,. .. ...., .. ---, that complicates Jerry's Me i A, Yawn, "'->untx .'.Pd1ot Bradford II, KiteAdiusnIst"at'IN
.. At Dessert Native '. ; ->f the Kstate!' of
Bridge Is ComplimentedOn .Of Hampton niianously."Mane"McDonald. I '"nl" Florida on the 17 day
'" .., F-l>ruarv \.l).. 13i: 11. for approvalof J I: Kit. Oet eased
For 'Mrs. Willis .BirthdayBeverly Die ett is seen in the theame and for final dischargeas First Publication JanuarZ2: : '-.,.
II .L' 1-Jome H "re. role of a screen and television Administratrix -if Kstate; 01 I-:!:: 41 :,1::

glamour star oi the USO troupe -
Airs. George E. Miller entertained Chapman celebratedher Mrs. Florence Jones Moore, 76 I .
Uiat includes Jerry, much to her I
at a* delightful dessert- ] 16th birthday anniversary widow of the late D. W. Moore of I
sorrow: since tie maKes her Isle PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY
bridge party Monday evening at :Saturday evening with a delightful Starke, died in a local hospital' your
1' miserable from the moment they
- the Starke: Women's Cfub-- 1ori party at the Starke Wo 'Tuesday after"an illness of several
eIdya Meaty take off for the Onent.
.----_---- ___I_._._____ ing i Mrs. Norman H. Willis. i man's Club. days. I One of the funniest scenes in

Mrs. Charley E. Johns greeted The auditorium was gayly decorated 'Born at Hampton on Sept. 13, the show features the Los Angeles I

Miss Christine Fay 'Art Anonymous'Is guests at the doer and presented I for the occasion with blue! 1882. she was the daughter of the i Dodgers in their first film appear- '

Becomes Bride Novel ProgramAt them to the receiving? line composed :and white crepe paper streamers late David and Delaney Hall I nce since movingrlo California. LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo

of Mrs. Miller and Mrs. :and arrangements of yellow chry- Jones.. 'lifelong resident of this :

Of R. G. Kidd III Woman's Club"Art Willis. The receiving line stood in santhemmns. Across the stage county she was a member of the I, I. Th* ('...I? Judge. ('..r. In and
For Bradford <...nt>. Florida.
the lounge where'the mantel""was i I curtain was a large Happy Birthday Starke First aptist Church the Jn Kf: tlIate.H rman .S. lament
Miss Christine Fay, daughter ot j Anonymous" proved to be : Urrcasrd.All Membership Fees .. 6 Mo. Policies
a focal Point with a centerpiece and a Sweet 16n Hoop was Order of Eastern Star and thiWoman I *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gilbert Kay ot a puzzler: for most of the members ,'rrditors of the -stabof
cf a Spring modern arrangementof I hung between the doorway of the Missionary Union. I Herman AV, Clement are hereby

San Bernardino, Call, and Kicn- oCthe' Starke Wom n's Club at yellow' gladioli, daffodils, and ]lounge and auditorium. The attractively Surviving; are one daughter notified and rei|irrd to tile anrc.I.ums
ard G. Kidd III, son of Alaj. andMrs. the regular meeting "on Wednes- or dt'mand. nhuli the} mat
rarnations interspersed with aca- appointed refreshment Mrs. Daisy M. Johnston of Hou- have against said estate In the .I-
also ot :San
Jr.
R. G. KidJ( 4. the'novel '
dayjan. 1 In program cia. This was arranged against a !table in thesunroom was overlaid Cecil 'R. : face of the county Judge ot ISrsirt-
Bernardino and formerly ot Fine Arts stcn Texas; one son, DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
presented by the- Department I ford I'ounty Florida in th< court-
of gold leatherleal with an Impcrted cutwork cloth
background
Starke were united in marnage Moore of Williston; three sisters, h'tiiu. at Starke. Florida within
under the chairmanship splashed with'glittef. k- :and centered' with a three-tiered eight calendar iin-nth from the date
palm Mrs. T. F. Brown, Hampton; Phone WO 4-4301
The bridegroom 136 W. Call St.
December 2f. :
on of llr:,;. R. P.: McLend n. many : I of the first publication of thinot
don side were'silver cake which deco-
is the nephew of Mrs. either candelabra birthday was Urs. Albert Sullivan, Ocala; and ice. ta'h claim or demand must tie
were vnable to Identify the fel ll rated with rosettes and in writing and must state" the place
yellow
with burning w tap-
llrs. Jesse Brannen, Hampton: ;
Sr. of Starke. : .
.Ceofge B4 Flynn :
of residenc-e and alIrri'5of
low club artists whose talents were IK..t-.UI. I
centered with doll in
The late afternoon. douole ring a a yellow 'ive grandchildren, and three the claimant and must .he worn!'
presented. ers.Potted placed at tulle gown. Completing] the arrangement gra'ndchildren.Funeral to l I.e the laimantr hl!& agent or
palms were great .
ceremony took place in St. Jotinspfscopa1 hi* attorne or it will bevunie \..Id
These included paintings! by
: were crystal holders I ON THIS
Church, San Bernardino, ppints of interest throughout the services were held according to law. SAVE $50
.J; Mrs J. E. Wall, Jr., and Mrs. J. audltoriUBr'and large1 basket' of 'tnth' burningelow! tapers. The January 19. l55.! !
a
.with Re\ Emmet A. Drake ofhIahng. ( Thursday at 10 a. m. in the First ftori 'arlton.
'. \ A. Griffin; needlework by Mrs t and arn tlons punch: bowl at a separate table ; 0
gladioli :
(: yellow Baptist Church with Rev. L. D. : Executrix of the Kstate of
'.. .'- W. L. Blair, Mrs. Foster Shi stood in front of the stage. The ras surrounded by fern inter. Haines : HermanV.. Clement. det-.-ase .1 J Burial in
The couple kneeled before the Jennings i officiating. was First publication on January n1S59. ,
Smith Miss Florence : .
: 14 card tables were covered with! .spersed; with yellow chrysanthemums. the family plot in Hope Cemetery 1 1
altar. banked with masses ot '
rritin&s cf Mrs. H. B. Pe3 ton;; i white linen cloths with a gold 1-.:: 4t ;:-i2NOTICK :
Thefessa under
.1 j at the direction
white flowers while the program poetry by Mrs. C. L. Scholl; flower : I I -
thread and centered with individual Trie 80 guests enjoyed dancing
of: C. Jones Funeral Home
pC'n p1ial music was presented.The peYw"itt
,
: 'l\lc- ,
P.
arrangement. Mrs. R. .
with yellow the
candleholders throughout: party hours. .
_
Active pallbearers Emory '.lIe l I.' hereby Kiten that onTe
bride was in marriageby Lendon 'i11neryMrS.. Kate were
given } :
; ; attached dMr. the 17th dar Dr Frbrnarj.
bandies: 'to which 'were Mrs. R. V. Chapman was assisted Brown I
her father. She wore an original Sheppard; and China Col1ection' R leigh Brannen. Paul \.IJ. t.i 9. at 7iOO P.>lthe City GROUPL
of small nosegays of yellow chry- in serving her daughter's FlaymcndY: fl. H. Houston Ressie Council will hold a public. hearinc:
gown of five layers nylon of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. .
I. the CoMRril thambrr at OU llnll.Marke.
tulle over bridal taffeta. The Miss "Sylvia Paulk sang "Florida santhemums. guests by Mrs. H. H. fcabb' Jr. Colson, and Chester Wise. I II Florida. .pu. a petilinn. toasnoi.l
neckline was detailed with The honor guest was presentedwith \Irs.E. L. Matthews, and Mrs. I Ordiuanrr. 131 \ entitled
ECoop Florida" with words wnttenby I
\Iy
Cymbidium orchid Rudolph Sink.Bishop "7.o.rtie Ordl.n .--<'ll> of !'lark.."
an insert of Chantilly lace. traced Mrs. P. L. Bridges. a green Funeral Wednesday palinant! to- .\ppllrll..... for Hr.o.-
with i a silver thread. Her elbow- from the hostess as'a memento of laamher Z-'M. ... denicaate the
Winner of the quiz were Mrs. in the. City of Markedenrrihrd
length veil of imported French illusion the occasion. Home Scene For_ G.: M: Griffis territory
0 who'received self an:
L. Bridges a + '
was attached to a white Assisting in serving were Mrs. Pine GroveGordon. Lots One (1). Two (:::1. ThreeJ
hand painted glasses. and Mrs. Of Birthday Party At < ). Four (4). sis" (6) and Eight
'Juliet and a pearl Ritch. Mrs. Bernard Jacob- .
cap tear-drop J. W. .
dna:: Hart and Mrs. W, B. Parks t "t .f t (8). of HIe".k Six C6. original
touched her forehead. She carried were awarded water color' sketch sen Jr::; Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb. Bish Bishop was host at a Bop Marlin Unffis, :5 ,. ot Town of Marke. Florida as the
a cascade bouquet of white Jercme Johns, Mrs. P. G. Raiford. died at his home Sunday iMmr apears of record in,I>eed
Mrs. : .
partf ,. -
es. Mrs. Lloyd Green played Incidental at his home on E. Call Book :\. Fae ?ft pul>ti recorN -
_ carnations, stephanotis, and awhile music during the pro Pelos. and Miss JeanMoore of street last' .Friday. following"an extended illness. of Bradftird fownty. Flor
orchid. Starke and Mrs. Gilbert Reed of Mr. Gnffis was born in Union ida.
gram and Betsy Matthews was a The 20 teenage guests enjoyed to he a T-(:*ommer<'lal HI&trl.'I.'I'ithin J .
Among the bride'S five attendants Jlelruse. County on Dec. 11, 1899 and had the meaning of such' ZoningOrdinances. .
dancing' and refreshments ,
page girl. games
were Marcia Lynn Kidd SISter of lived there all his life.He. retired ".
After several progressions during the evening. i Copies of :such!' petition are .n
At the meeting preceding the 4-Pc. Bedroom Suit 154.95
pf the bridegroom, who served bridge during the party hours. a short time ago from the file and may examined in th' -
"a? junior bridesmaid wearing a program Mrs. H. B. Peyton. president Florida East Cost Railroad (0., office of the City' Clerk I This hanne
high and low 'prizes were awarded -
pink) !"ganza'and taffet gown on announced the appointmentof :' Girl Scout NoticeThe (vhere he had worked for many in the zoning City; lUMrd has I.een of '\dju"tm..nt11 rewmmendtilhr 1 Innerspring Mattress 39.95 !

princess lines.Robert Mrs. Dave Paulk as second, vice years. He was a member of the personinterested are notified to I.present .e

Kidd brother of the presidt'nt'to fill out the term left Girl Scouts of Lone Troop Pine Grove Methodist Church at at said time and place and
Two Hostesses :3 will hold a bake sale Saturday i> they shall be. heard. 1 Box Spring 39.95 >
bridegroom was one of the four vacant by'the resignation of. Mrs.E. Raiford.. ;! Dated this" 20th day of J3nuar.D .'. .
ushers, while Donald Jones servedas' E:. A. Hall. Honor Miss DouglasAt morning. Jan. 24, in front of the Surviving are his'I.if'' Alma [ A. 153.s "
_-- F1orida'Bank, at Starke: ( ) T. C. Ilazen. Jr. 2 Feather Pillows 4.50 !
best man. Mrs. Peyton appointed Mrs. D. Tendel Gnus of Raiford; two !| Chairman. City Council.

"' }trs. Fay, mother of the brjde L.'Thomas chairman. and Mrs.T Bridal, Shower. .. daughters, Sara Sue Gnffis of Rai :1 Attests 0
,
wore' blue. chiffon with a minkathe C. Hazen and Mrs: Ruby Johns whose Brownie Notice ford. and Mrs. Laura Jean Crews i I ( ) Carl Johns, City Clerk. It 1I -:::: 1 Bed Spread 11.95 ;

.! and a pink carnation cor- to serve on the committee for the Miss Claire Douglas. of Starke: .fl\'e sons. Marion M t. I 7.50'

eage. Clean-Dp Drive and Beautification I!marriage 'to Kenneth Noegel il11 The Brownie Scouts will hold Griffin Starke'; Amon T. Gnttis, In The County .....C.*. (....rt I. \.ndi 2 Boudoir Lamps .

'*' The 'bridegroom's mother. Mrs. of Starke campaign.It be an event of Friday evening. :' their regular meeting at the home Lacocchee: Johnny L. Vernon. I i For Bradford Prnll.tf' County. Florida.In

Kidd, wore rose colored embroIdered Jan. 23, at 7 o'clock. was the' inspiration j c.f; their leader, Mrs. J. D. War find'James Griffis, all of Raiford; IX;: Ri'Itat:: of .1. I:. Kite. l>'- 258.80
announced that the Retail -
was show-
taffeta with a mink stole. for a lovely bridal I ren. 321 N. Myrtle avenue Friday three brothers. Levy Gnffis. Law- I "f'a".d.
Merchants Division of the 'OTICK OF FIM>(; PImTIOFOR \
Her corsage was also pink carna- kr given Wednesday afternoon' oflast'weekvby afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. tey: Hubert Griffis, Raiford; and I'nI.. lll"rittlU.K \!IiI SAVE 50.00
tions.' Chamber of Commerce will sponsor I ; 'Mrs. T. T. Colson'' Harvey Griffis, Stance: five sis I I .n>iiM"TK vrm\
Contest WHOI IT ) .\* CO.NCKKNNotice
the Christmas Lighting TOLL
A reception was held atter the and Mrs. C. W. Colson at the : ters.L Mrs. Frances Gnffis. Rat : : is hereby given thai I ha\e

ceremony }In the church social hall, in the future. This had formerly Heine'of the latter in Saratoga- ford; Mrs. .Cassie :Seabrtgnt, I filed my Final Hetums a!& .\dmtnlstratrix SALE PRICE 208.80
been a project of the Wonan's of the Estate, or.J K Kit.
where .f pink and white color Heights. 3tarke; Mrs. Rosa 'Griffis, Lake deceased: that I have filed! my 1'f'CSome -
Club and Garden Club. V
scheme was carried out. The The lace covered refreshmenttable Butler; Mrs. Martha Beaver, tt.

tiered wedding, sake' was iced in Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr; Finance was centered with a pink Dodge. Iowa: 'and Mrs. Lula tJ.

pink and white. chairman disclosed plans for a and' pen cake. Potted plants Terrell. Starke; Came

card party to be held'at the clubhouse for "'decorations HART FURNITURE CO
After a brief wedding tnp lr.and were used to advantage 'Funeral services were held at ,
I "
MrsKfda< 'learned to lide on, Feb.. 12.. for the occasion. he; 'graveside in Pine Grove Cemetery -' : (
IY.!: -t $ .1 (' ".fn:!!' ,
: :
at 1?36 Devon Place, Kedlands. The membership chairmanMrs. The'12 gueStS enjoyed appropriate : near Raiford at 3 p.m. Wed- i WALKING? FLORIDA
123 E. Call St. STARKE
'
hours Mr. and Mrs:: Floyd Boone of
The bride graduated with honors J. W. Kincaid, presented foi 'games'durtngrthe pa'rty nesdav with ReV' J. W. Williams

from the' University of Ked- membership Mrs. M. Nichols, Mrs. and prizes 'were awarded.. to, the : Jackson Tenn. announce the and Rev. Shallie Rhoden otticiat- -I_ Uw

l&nds'last June and is now teachIng Logan Gay, Mrs. James Dennis. winners" birth of a daughter, Becky Jane' ing. Burial was in the family -

at"Smiley School in Redlands.. Mrs.! R.'V. Chapman. Mrs. Canton L The hostesses presented 'the in Jan. 9. Mrs. Boone Is the former plot under the direction of DeVVitt S I 1aiiiit1t..ui Ir

Mr. Kidd graduated from'high Chastain Mrs. D. T. Hardy and l honoree with an Heirloom bedspread Dorothy White daughter of C. Jones Funeral Home. r

School in Tokyo,* Japan and attended Mrs. Margaret 'Blankenship, whc, as' a memento'of. the!' Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White Sr. of : 1 '
Stark S : ..
-
San Bernardino Valley were accepted. casion. c-I' -
.
College. He is employed at Grand I
Funeral -
J Sunday -
_Central__n__ _Rorket___n__ CoAmong __ r n ,.. 1. Circles Bradfoid County Hospital announceS -' 0 _
the cut of town guests nose Culture I opic j Baptist I the'. following. births: For "Mrs. Thomas / America'sN0.1

attending' the wedding ,\\-eret.lrs.. Set. For Garden. ClubI. J Met This Week... ..*.* 'Mr. and Mrs.* Vasco Underhill At' New !Hope

Lucil Davis of Starke. I r' Starke, a daughter Brenda J*' V T- >

P. Shepherd will give a talkon An interesting program on l ay, Jan. 16. Funeral services for Mrs. Mary '

Gilda GrahamIs Rose Culture at the tarke'"Measuring Success"-was presented Mr. and Mrs Willis E. Norman C. Thomas 83, of Brooker, were :

Garden Club meeting. Monday I by Mra-:- M. P. Hazen! program of'"Starke a son, Ronald Erwin, held Sunday at 2:30: p.m. in New ,
.
Party Honoree evening;, at 7:30: o'clock in the Parish I chairman, when the Brownlee Jan. 16. Hope Primitive Baptist Church I
I Circle of the First Baptist Church 1- Tune TV from
House on N. Church street. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis near LaCrosse. Bunal was in the ,
Gilda Graham celebrated her I met Tuesday afternoon at the -
Hostesses for the evening will Carter of Starke a son, Robert church cemetery.Mrs. thair!
Sat- of Mrs. O. Webb. The easy
ninth birthday anniversary home O. your
be Mrs. T. B. Harding chairman ,Lewis:: Jan17.: Thomas died Thursday
urday with a matinee party for Mrs. A. F. Sauls.: Mrs. P. T. Noun opening business session was pre- I Mr. and Mrs. William Cyphers Jan. 14. in an Ocala hospital after '

14 friends. and Mrs. Leola Roberts.? sided over by the leader. Mrs. I of' Sta 'k a daughter Jan. 19. a long illness. She was a long-
with
the arid devotional was original
After the group attended Garl Mathews, time resident of Bradford County v

movie they returned to the Gra- I given by Mrs. H. LT Hough. The PATIENTS ADMITTED and the widow of John B. Thomas.
Hatcher Hostess ; t. NEW 1
ham home on ,E. 'Call street for iMrs. hostess served refreshments to AT BRADFORD HOSPITAL After the death of' her husband

refreshments: arid a Bop session. Honoring Visitors the 12 members and one visitor she lived with a daughter In Jacksonville I ,_

The refreshment table was O\'l'- I attending.The The Itr
following patients were admitted until moving to VVilliston\

laid with a cutwork cloth and I Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. entertained same program theme was I to Bradford County Hospital several years ago. She was a

centered: with a.birthday cake decorated -' at a lovely dessert-bridge used by the Helen Masters Circle 1 1u11ich during last 'week: Cecelia P. member of the Rock Primitive ___ ___

in pink and blue and restIng i, party last Thursday evening} hon- met at'the church on Wednesday Jordan of Lake Butler Mary K. Baptist Church. I I

in' a ruffle of pink. ;Joring Mrs. Robert Kreider or Jan. 14. with 14 members Schaefler of Keystone; 'Heights,,' Surviving are two sons, ReddicK I

Mrs\W...H. Graham was assist- I Palmyra, Pa, sister and house present. Mrs. J. E. Hardy was in Ellen! Eulalia Tyler 'of ,Hawthorne. B. Thomas: Lake City, and Kllerj.,

ed by her daughter Jo* !ice, in of F. charge assisted by Mrs. M. F. Florence J. MOOre. 'BettY Jo Law Thomas, Jacksonville; two daugn.ters -:1
guest Mrs. W. Graudon. :
serving. Sheppard. Mrs. Car! Roberts. Mrs cf Keystone Heights: Violet J. Mrs. Rhoda Jackson. Jacksonville -

After several progressions of J. R. Chasteen. Mrs. H. M. Hatch Underhill( Rhia Fortir Racine of ; and Mrs. Lonnie Reynolds i4WM

bridge at the, three tables, prizes er. ant Mrs. James Lewis. Montreal. Canada Tosy? Mosley ', Reddick; two sisters. Mrs .

were awarded to high and 'A low Mrs. James A. Griffin presentedthe of Middleburg and Glenda, Kay Bertha Stokes. Arcadia. and Mrs. .

scorers. *' program when the Ida Darby Green. Alberta Stokes, Bronson; 2t, ;
'
Circle ''met Tuesday at the homeof Also Nettie Mae Padgett of grandchildren and 21 great grand'I :

Green. nth Mrs. D I..i.." Mak.|a.* I
Mrs. Floyd Maxville. Betty Jean Norman. Lucille Children. .Iu-. .
1.. 'sii ox as" co-hostess. At the 'Mae Carter? Dora'Lee Carter .' Wilson Funeral Home of Lake 389.95 .1.- "
: ;
QAR ( close'of the meeting the hostesses of- Lawtey, Jill B. 'Oakes Henry City was 'in charge' of arrange. I fuCK/.. Just Press q

THEATUrSTARKE served refreshments to 14 \f. Goldblatt'' and Eleanore Gold- !ments.

L FLA. members and two visitors. blatt of" Cranston. R. I.,' Robert .. Button on the ControlUnit..uvtsur Hand

Buie Crosby; Paul Stewart.' Doris
Mrs. Ruby Raymond 'SILENT SOUND" TURNS SfT ON-pR Off
Fri. Sat. Jan. NqegelPouglasWe4dpg Cyphers. Lydia Rosalene Wolfrecof
30 31
Dies In Nova Scotia CHANCES VOLUME
DOUBLE FEATURE Hampton and Nettie Lee Carter CHANGES CHANNELS-
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PartyIs V 'r ff
:" of 'Maxville. SHUTS Off SOUND OF IONG .ANNOYJNG
Rock Island Trail 'Friends here will regret to lean L
EntertainedMr. 'Colofed admissions were: Essie COMMERCIALS WHILE PICTURE REMAINS ON SCREEN
Forrest Tucker Adele ]Mara MaVAycox of Hampton. GraceBrooks of the death of Mrs. Ruby Ray

Bruce Cabot mond. wife of the late'Dr. G. P NO WllfS NO COIOS NO IATTUIIS NO IWOfO eONTlOt WAVtS
and Mrs. Cecil Douglaswere Long. Maggie V. Jackson
Raymond, a former pastor of thE q
AND hosts at a party last Saturday 6f'Hawthorne. Carolyn McGowan,

The Littlest Hobo evening at their home on W. and 'Marie. Smith of Lake Geneva. First Baptist' Church of Starke' : ;
'. : lived here unti
street honoring their Mrs:: Raymond SERVICE, HEADACHES
Adkins
Buddy! Hart and Wendy Stuart 1938 when she went to make heihline : .
Claire. and her fiance New Park Film
Plus 'Serial Chapter No. "4 and daughter .. with her 'son. Edward C HORIZONTAL
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following their ZENITH HANDCRAFTED
Noegel
Kenneth ,
Color Cartoon for Kids. Stars Gary Grant Raymohd at 25 Williams St. ii J
rehearsal. The wedding
wedding Yarmouth. Nova Scotia. She die -L:1: CHASSIS USES NO PRINTED CIRCUITS
event of this Friday
will be an Ldren Sinatra

*TI him to stop.l.dy.rm not SUN.. MON..,: TUES.' *"' evening 7Vclock at the Douglas In.. a hospital there Monday night FOR LESS SERVICE HEADACHES
Jan. 2 ,, 26. 27 Funeral services were! held 7
dQi.y.trUSE ] home. An'!epiC story of human spint .
DOUBLE FEATURE Wednesday at1 2 p. m. In Yar 4 -'-.p-.i&- .
and faith
'Attending the party were members 'projected against a
"* f
-
The'Priie and of the wedding party and. background: of ware in Spain win ino th. / -j', '
also tin
immediate families.Birthday be seen 'in The' Pnde"and the Mrs. Raymond was NITH
The Passion ., ,- mother of Paul Raymond d f1 NEW .
J & J's -- Passion1 coming1 Sunday to the 4
ft %i Cary Grant Sophia .1mm Frank- Party Park''Theatre. Starke. \:: ) PORTABLE TV '

MODERNIZATIQNEasy Sinatra ; 'Co-starring Gary Grant, Sophia TW Cab.i.- *U ,. .. KB": .. .f .4 H. ..ot Ck.M -.ih!
; Mo 4er s.
Zack I;I. e1 rd..2o c* <
ANDFlaming For Julie Loren. and Frank Sinatra the Lewis Dons ; .... '
epicstory'tells Jerry .
f., ,. (,I N. fw t.d Crc. fL l..h "$M AI. ( ?i ilt 0e ,
... _. .
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how a mammoth cannon 1' ..; ; !1. A..ee. ".500 Volts of f f. 5.511 i.ii dv.
Frontier ata Jap Kimonol9ri4a -; .*.9 Foe Clon to""tof.1. ,...-. rsyilOe. .
Zack entertained : .
Financing Mrs. Sam weighing 6,000 pounds is
s.-- *!. '!!!" Bruce Bennett' and Jim Davis birthdairpartyThtrfsday afternoon pulled from one end of -Spam to, In Fijm .i"Prices) Start 139.95 1644)5: ) I
'IM Color Cartoon for Kids. _
NO DOWN PAYMENT I !! for her daughter Julie, who the other against fantastic oaover f,, f' VlIT TEiZMSI '

: i 13 l braUiig'' her'second anni- some of the roughest terrain Jerry Lewis dons a JapanesE* ,ic; ; .. a ;j tR MONrf. ziNiTJ. F.1: #' .n11 [ IET ;_-.4 -:

., F.I' A." Title' 1 Loans! orI Wed.. Thur. .. Jan. 28 29 versary. in the world. kimono and :opens a bag of miar.

ABC 1'lan Loan :... DOUBLE FEATURE -
The refreshment table was covered Grant is cast as an officer in i iota tricks in ms'upconung' Fara

301 E. Can St. -- Starke, Fla. Seven Guns T Mesa with a birthday :-party cloth the British Navy -with a great devotion mount picture.; "Geshia Boy.' o Present Down Convenient Terms

Charles Quinlivan. Lola Albright with matchinjnapkins. In the to duty. Sinatra' plays a opening Sunday at the Kioncu Your! T.V. Payment,

AND center of the table was a white Spanish guerilla leader who organizes Theatre.

J& J lamb cake. Also served was pink resistance to the forces ot The popular comedian is seen ii:

The Tijuana Story punch with cherries in the ice Napoleon after the collapse the the role of-an unemployed magician WINKLER I H L ELECTRIC L C SERVICE

BUILDING SUPPLIES TheTjsjuana Story cubes; and party mints. Spanish armies hi the field. who joins a USO unit in Japan ,

RoBoifo Acosla' 7am ''.DaITftl Among the guests was Julie'sgrandmother. !SIiss Loren-is'seen as'a fiery and Korea. He soon meets an at -1 fw ..
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: Mrs.JVter j. Zack': Spanish irl I Hvilh jrnom botn mfn trjctny "J sleii.ese girl and hei; .23t.X..TempIe.\"e. Starke( FJa. Phone Jro 4-i.QJ'
,flu Coor) ,jCartoop .for .ID I cute"litHe 'whoattacnej!
an i Jan f Morgan fjckSo Vi ie. ireinlove. nephew, }



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THERSDAT: JANTART. R;'1959 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEffRAPH, BTARKK. FLORIDA TVLt+* 9 AJ

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..A ___._ _._._ _
controlled
1.1r I II cramps is the natural :More About StrawberriesOn were sent to the Experiment Station

riseeding of pine will increase., Friday of this week Dr. R. this wee:, I hare 8e. .a: requests -

The big problem is to control the 5. MuLJns and::! Mason Marvel for more to be taken Nobody -
p-
surplus .water but not to lower 1 from the University were here is good enough ta: lock at the

-- : d +rr: the water table so that the higher 1 visiting several different fields. sell and tell how badly it. needs '

land is affected. The Soil Conservation ,We are making a special effort lime. You may or may not need

TM giros T 2 ; 1 a.- Ct (BS1B1Iii Service will run levels 1 lo assist in any way possible in more phosphate and potash. =

N __ I4 ,I Soil into these areas to determine if 1 the event trouble comes up with Magnesium may be the element .

ci Conservation the water can be conrtolled with- ]production. We can be ready to your soil needs just a little bit of.
s
'V'..-.- -.-.- -.-.-.-.- ..._ __l_ _1 .- ,;jY N-E-W-S out damage to the surrounding J fight these troubles within our A soil sample costs you nothingit -

ground.A .control. Weather conditions can pays you -
Mr; and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, Friend: here will regret to By Bill Baas '
I I soil and water conservation ]hurt And Sale
s us, but about all we can do Ocala Show
Mrs. Leah Bauknight of learn of the death of Mrs. L. A. : Son Conservation Service
JaCkson-I farm Plan. was prepared for the 1 then if the need arises is to irrigate Fred McDavid exhibitedand
ville, and Mrs. Don Jackson, 81, of Greensboro N. C. I
Quarter'Horse
in the
or dig ditches. participated
children of Massillon Ohio were who was instantly killed Monday Complete soil and water con- Crystal Lak School Camp. Dick
Farm Bureau Plans Meeting activities at Ocala Horse
Sunday visitors of Miss Kate when struck by an automobile servation farm plans were pre ,Eichorn biologist with the State
19 and 20. Fred is.
Struth. while crossing a busy highwaynear pared for A. W. Norman and Jack Fresh Water Fish and Game Several good meetings are coming Show January
'
j under the Farm Bureau developing a horse breeding pro-
Parker. pro-
Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatkais her home. Mrs. Ja kscnis '
Jt
.Commission helped on the planning I gram. A planning committee met gram on his Brocker farms that
spending this week with her the mother of Mrs. M. H. Sheppard { kD Rob Norman is going to use fall of the
wildlife food areas. ]last week with. District Representative will rate with any in the South.
daughter, Mrs. Herbert Thomas of Starke and spends sev- cover crops in his pecan grove to On the ''
high scrub oak land on Lewis Haveard. You cattlemen watch for his full'
and family.Mr. cial months of each with improve the
year organic material in
which ttte
: camp is located, it is page ad in the next issue of theCattlemen's
and Mrs. Oscar Crews and her daughter and family in the soil. He Is going to turn the hard to develop food areas for The Farm Bureau is interested magazine. He welcomes -

Mrs. R. E. Miller of Folkston, Ga.were .!. Starke. Mrs. Sheppard flew to ground and disk it level before quail when there is not enough J In more people knowing what the : jou to visit his Brooker
visitors of and Greensboro Funeral the fall ]program of work is and urge you
Sunday :Mr. Monday night. pecans and after the nuts natural
cover for the birds. Jane
at time.
; terms any
Mrs.r.- H. Quick Sr. services were held Wednesday are gathered plant a crop of oats Driscon, Camp Director will supervise I to participate in the activities. connection with this Horse
In
Bill Ckauncey:; and Gene Shawof afternoon at 4 o'clock x rye or lupine to give his stock the boys and girls of the The Farm Bureau and Cattle-

i.,. Ci F. were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn Sr. left today ; some green grazing and also im- camp when they plant the food men meet together on the last show there was an aH-breed pure-

Fnuier ohaw: on Sunday. for a visit with her sister, -z: ;' prove the land. He also plans to areas. The wildlife planting ma- Friday night in each month. The bred Bull Sale. Among the breedsin

In A. C. n.. Oakes was admittedto Mrs\. R. G. Kidd, and family in tr5 put in a pasture of Coastal Ber- terial will be supplied by the game text meeting is Jan. 30, and probably the sale were Hereford. Angus

Eiadicrd County Hospital last San Bernandino Calif. muda grass. Commission through the Brad- in the courthouse. Shorthorns Santa Gertrudis

Sturaay: for observation and Mr. and Mrs. Horace S. Bur- Jack is going to plant Pensacola ford Soil Conservation District.I I ,Soil Sample Interest Up Brahmans Charolais, Charbray.

treatment. dette and Mrs. Burdette's aunt f"I q. Bahia grass for his permanent Soil samples for eight farms and Brangus.

.Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Miss Ollie Salathe have returnedto St y -- pastures. He told me he likes Recent BirthMr. -

had dir*rr last. Friday evening Starke to make their home ,,t' :'1 Pensacola because he can graze it
with M! end Mrs. C. H. Dawkins after being in Jacksonville for .
r. and then make a crop of hay. and Mrs. David 1<". Sandbacft !
ant far in Jacksonville.Mrs. the past several years. They have "We are going to have to use of St. Augustine announce the!
I'' "e Paulk and daughter the upstairs apartment at the
,
more hay to keep our stock in birth of a son. David Franklin Jr.,!

Sylvir: r-1 ATrs. Hogan Smith home of Mrs. Ruby Johns. e s t'1t 'i shape", says Jack. I on Jan. 2 at Flagler Hospital. Airs. bra: .
spfn! Ti day in New Smyrna Mr. and Mrs\. B. W. Payne were James W. Norris area engineer!' Sandbach will be remembered here i

eachsi! .ig Mr. and Mrs. Ervin in Lake City Wednesday afternoon with the Soil Conservation Service as Miss Sue Biggs. Paternal I

Andrews. I to attend funeral services for ; was in Bradford Soil Con- grandparents of the baby are Mr. .

Hallmark Valentines at Bulling- their nephew, E. Payne Daniels, x ie servation District checking on the and Mrs. Wilmer A. Sandbach ot ;

who was. killed in an automobile possibility of controlling the water St. Augustine maternal
tons.Mrs.
W. B. Mundy is in Miami accident on U. S. 90 near Mac- level in several large swamps. If parents are the late Ur. grand-I'

this week on a buying trip and cIenny last Sunday. r a the water level in some of these E. L. Biggs of Starke.
Mrs. Jessie Coleman entertained .
attending the summer style show. 1
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at a birthday party Saturday af- I -*> 1
Mrs. W. G. Baxter of Jacksonville I ternoon for her daughter, Barbara. Home Demonstration; 1

spent the weekend with her The party celebrated Barbara's J3, MOST VERSATILE MOTOROLA STEREO HIGH FIDELITY

brother Ovid Lewis and family, ninth Birthday anniversary. The Z3 Notes fORTABLE fHONO SOUNDS fiNE EVERYWHtRI

and visited her mother, Mrs. An- guests enjoyed during the Detachable
games .. Makes stereo sound good in every room. -
nie Lewis who has been a patientin party hours. byDOROTHY speaker cabinets play Close togetheror

Bradford County Hospital for Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Turner and ,L..i. ROSS far apart. 16-watt dual channel amplifier.

the past three weeks. family of State Farm and Mrs. I 4 speakers.Separate tone controls balance con

Dr. and Mrs. 0. D. Middletonand .I Alice Anderson of Starke were '" 3=, (yRome Demonstration Agent trol. Dual sapphire stylus. Luggage-type car-

son, Dil, and daughter Ann i Sunday evening dinner guests ol 4-II Exhibits rying case. Spice Brown, QC
Rosier And Boarders Refrigerators [electric 15 leather-tailored covering. $164 J "'*'
of Ludiwici, Ga. visited Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn In Jack- Hampton girls who brought their :years. (Model SH12)

Mrs. W. E. Middleton on Sunday. sonville. I Home Improvement exhibits
: to Ranges fgas, electric! 15 years.
Miss Sonia Hunter celebratedher I Mrs. Martha Johnston of Miami, club: meeting were Karen Hansen Rugs [living room wool wall-

16th birthday Tuesday with I former Starke resident and sisterof Pigs In The Parlor Linda: Sue Batten Gloria New- to-wall 1 14 years. For FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONPHONE

cake and, ice cream for a few Mrs. Alice Anderson is getting some, Cordelia Allen Sandra Washing Machines -Automatic

friends that evening. ''I along nicely following surgery on I lildebran, Emily Johns, and Vivian [gas electric 9 years. Other WO 4-7271

Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Davis of Saturday.Mr. There are "pigs in the parlor" at creep after the first week, making McCullough. These fifth and wringer and spin-dryer electric

Orlando spent the weekend with and Mrs. M. W. Lance andMrs. he: Marvin Rosier farm near weaning faster. ixth;; grade girls have been taking I onlyl 9 years.
L. J. Richardson and children
the Gene, Stanley and Billy Noe- Lavrtey, but the parlor is especially Most of the pigs raised will be I projects in the care (housekeeping Many factors in addition to its BULLINGTONSTUDIO
the weekend at ,
Waycross
gel families. spent designed for the pigs and ap- sold for +ibreedmg purpose as they asks) of the dining room kitchen I condition determine when a given
Ga. where they attended the (Birthday -
Mrs. Billy Noegel is in Brad- dinner Sunday for Mrs. Lance J JI pears to be exactly what a dIS- are registered Landrace and muchin :ind J bedroom. article will be replaced.

ford County Hospital for several and her son Charles, at the nome I criminating pig would desire. demand. This breed is much Willer Mae Davis, In the eighth Bulbs Beautify Homes AND GIFT SHOP

days for observation.WILLiAMS. of Mr. and Mrs. R.N.. Carswell. During 1957 Marvin and his longer than other breeds, having grade; gave a talk on breakfast And Supply Cut Flowers

J. H. DuPre spent last Wednes- wife Louise decided to try this new two extra sets of ribs, 32 instead nenus ilustrated with food models Many bulbs and related plants J
;method of bringing pigs up to i of 28, and have 12, 14 or 16 teats.A used in beautifying home grounds I- .
day to Friday in Miami on business ,
weight quickly. They built a Landrace cannot be and for cut
registered rood Fallacies And Facts flowers can be planted -
cement-floored, covered enclosureand unless it has at least 12 teats.
I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rowell of Fallacy: Aluminum cooking now.
Stuart were weekend guests of Mr. equipped it with self-feeders The Rosier's sows weigh about ware is not safe.* Bulbs may be grown in beds to

I : and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. containing feed supplement and 350 pounds and a litter of 10 pigs produce amass of color or they
Fact
: False. Aluminum is
mineral. Fresh water is supplied very
JEWELRYWATCHES Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Rollins ol automatically and airconditioning averaged 15 pounds at three safe.; It does not cause stomach may be used along the edge of
weeks, being three and one-halt inrbbery. .
Canada have rented one W the ailments
or cancel f
7ratsome pot
the time is man-
in summer
to four pounds at -birth. Most bulbs thrive in we1Idrained -
: Worth
Hartmann apartments on
I DIAMONDS Ii Temple avenue. aged by; a constant water spray. The four large automatic feeders !salesmen! would try to make the soil and in a sunny or SAT.. JAN. 2.1- ONLY Thur., Fri. Jan. 29, 30
The parlor can DC kept clean and! I public believe. It cooks nourishing DOUBLE FEATURE
s REPAIRS Mrs. .J. C. Fogg, Miss Mary and the two small partially shaded location. Organic -
sanitary so cutting down on dIS- ones keep a j food provided the cook is DOUBLE FEATURE
],McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Lee balanced diet before the animalsat materials as peat mess leal moldor ,
4 careful not to
full-teed overcook the food
All Work Guaranteed ease hazards and the -'
Fitch and Mrs. Flo Lyons spent results in maximum all times and a program or :and destroy vitamins. compost spaded into the top f id z'l'I E.E
the weekend in Miami and St. program sanitation and medication, when 10 inches of soil improve poor __
:t A. C. Williams Petersburg. weight in minimum time. I necessary, assures healthy stock. I Fallacy: Fish is a brain food. soil. Fertilize at planting time O e'c
About the time the Hosiers 1 Fact: False. No one food is related to
Mrs. James Starling entered I with one to two pounds.per 100
Starke Fla. this under Hog raising is a part-time job ]
were getting program toany specific tissue area
Doctor's Hospital on Monday for with Mr. Rosier, who is the rural square feet of fertilizer as 888or
way they bought Landrance boarto I :in the body. It takes a variety of 666. Make another applica- IiMUSiE111YDtliollYE
medical treatment.Mr meet the demand tor long, mail-carrier for tile Lawtey post- all: foods.
and Mrs. E. M. Davis were Rosier is tion after the foliage is well de-
office. Mrs. an
important -
hogs. They now have j
meat-type It's
'I Fallacy: not safe to drink
at Doctor's Inlet on Wednesday { part of the business, helping veloped.In .
Landrace boars, 13 Landrace
two milk and eat acid fruits at the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rem- our section plant gladiolus ,,,,SIGNET cwui-ill CiIi-JJi4: ua.r ,
visiting i with all the chores as well as caring ; .
sows, one OIC, and one Yorkshire I same time.Fact UNlYCSAt: EHiitTOiU: KT.....
Termite Control oehl. sow with about 70 pigs born since i I for the two children and the) new or in February. Plant calla A

Mrs. Pearl Staley of Olean, N. Christmas week. I pink ranch-type house they recent- : False. Milk curdles the lilies through fall and winter andif ANDDAVID ,. .

FOR DEPENDABLE Y. is visiting her daughter, Mrs, The latest project in this pig- ly built. The house was also ado moment it is swallowedthat's frozen they will come back .
I part of the digestive process for from the roots. Amaryllis also oar unm tr"s
Herbert E. Dayton and family.Sheriff raising business is a buIldmg ot it yourself" project with Mar-

S. Household ft OommercM:: and Mrs. P. D. Reddish eight farrowingpen!. Each: pen vin doing most of the building and milk. therefore it is harmless are planted during the winter. BRIAN

Pert Control were in Orlando last Thursday and is designed with guard rails anda Louise the painting.Mr. hen combined with other foods. Tulip flowers may be producedif I '

Friday attending the Sheriffs con- pig-creep heated with a 250 Rosier says this way of Replacement Rates A GuideTo the bulbs are stored for 60 to' : _

S Grove Spraying vention.While. there they visited "watt infra red bulb. Of the pigs t raising hogs pays off, but the BudgetingIf 75 days at 40 degrees Fahrenheit( -_ : -

their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Don farrowed in these pens only two| present price of 15 cents is too families know how long goods before they are planted. Plant I

Call FR 6-2661 Mott and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mott have been lost, one from irfashing.i i low for any hog-raiser to makei can be expected to last they can this month immediately after I .. Is

and families. The little pigs have feed in their i i real money. budget more realistically. It is interesting they are taken from ccld storage. t ,
Florida Pest Control to note the years of service Plant new bulbs each year. I >t f
Stero Records at Bullington's.Mrs. 1
& Chemical Co. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Sinclair and i Miss Virginia Sewell left MonI which can be expected from Set amaryllis spider lilies and

J. S. Sapp. Mrs. Bill Tilley daughter, Evelyn, will leave Sat-I day to accept a music instructor household equipment as given in crinums so the neck extends above f THE SPIDER stirring EDWARD KEMMER

24 N. W. 18th Ave. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain visited urday for Jacksonville Beach i position at the Elementary, Jun- the following: the ground. Other bulbs can be 1 JUNE KENNY GENE.PERSSONL
Mr.and. Mrs. S. E. Reyes and Sinclair will ior and Senior schools Vacuum Cleaners ANAMLRICAnrTLRnAnonALPICTUREryn
where Mr. managethe High InMariama. Upright, 18 planted two to four times as ,

Gameevflle- .. Jooooooooaaaaoaa, Florida family in Jacksonville last Wednesday Rural Natural Gas Co. for the! years. Tank Type, 15 years. deep as the diameter of the bulb. THE tur EATER fieri*EDWIN NELSON

I rest five months. ,. -a,. LEE ALAN FROSTAN
I Miss Elizabeth HowelL a Methodist 1.1- 1 '. JOANNA
-----------5------, I Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bronson oi :Missionary of Center Hill I..:"".. '.'r.... (. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTO'ltNELSOK

Tampa were weekend guests of Fla. and mec arid frequent visitor Tret" Cartoon
Plus "Family
Mr, and Mrs. J.S.. Sapp. of Mrs. R. V. Chapman ot

I CARL FILLYAW Mrs. Charles Sawyer spent the Starke, left over the weekend for

y weekend with her husband Pvt.I five years of missionary work in d n Sun, Mo*, =- Jten.25, 26

Contractor Sawyer at Fort Jackson Columbia -I Japan. %

Plumbing S. C. Mrs Sawyer, of Jack-
Miami
I Mrs. Paul Wilhelm of .acs
sonville Beach is staying with ner
spent Thursday to Sunday withher f A
Temporary Address parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade
I son and daaughter-in-law, Mr.
ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 332 Temple Ave. Sr., until May 30 when her hus- and Mrs. Steve Simmons and 1 r
band will-be. discharged from service .

We Specialize in Repairs and family.Mr. r J
and Mrs. Carl Roberts spent
Mr. and :Mrs. Freeman Johns By G. T. IIagtosCounty
Service Calls the weekend at Daytona Beach
and Mrs. Effie Johns spent last
with Mrs. E. C. Roberts and Mrs. Agent
Wednesday in Maxvivlle vis!:' g i
No Jobs Too Big No Jobs Too Small H. D. and Mrs. Henry Carter. I Maude Cates Roberts. ----J-. .- .- 4 TIIE IlAltUTIIS..EDWIN
Mrs. W. B. Sewell returned 1'l JOANNA LEE*NJ.1(FROST
We Handle Them All! Mr. and :Mrs. J. S. Sapp anC Mrs.j. Wednesday from Baton Rouge La. Strawberry Grower Request excellent cooperation.We { U AMEWCANIHTEMATWH Al PICTOU

>V.R.. Haislop attended the fun-f where she has been visiting her The best plans for a strawberry I are always glad to hear a !

I WE FURNISH PLUMBING FIXTURES AND eral of Pete Burney in Jackson- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and marketing program cannot be report that is good. appreciate. Pins '"Stork Raving MAd" C&rtoon

INSTALL THEM vile last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Roger Guissinger and family, made unless you help us. As of the way you are receiving Dr.I TEC HNICQI n'l
Johns and AL\ D. Carter -
Effie
3Irs. '
for the past month.Anderson 17th only 10 growers had returned |Griffin and giving him the information !

Phone WO 9.1321 Starke, Fla. spent the weekend visiting Mrs the card asking for acreage he needs. Plus "Hold That Rock" Cartoon
Worth.
Louiebelle Parks in Lake information. The request was On Friday evening Jan. 30, we Some Came .
D. L. Luttrell oi Joins
Dr. and Mrs.
will have to thoro-
mailed 10 days before that date. a big meeting
Lake Geneva and Rev. and Mrs. C. We Tues.. Wed. Jan. 27, 28
discuss the
_ Wells Electric Co. We need,that card. We can list ughly program.
E. Dibble of Penney Farms we red! 8 good number of growers and hope you will attend and be readyto FEATURE
DOUBLE
RUNNING?
-
TREE SERVICE of Mr.
COMPLETE Sunday dinner guests Sam Anderson joined the stall acreage but we need an acreage ask any question you have in
Mrs. -J. T. Quigley at the Garden I Well's Electric Service Inc.
of
mind.
figure that will be accurate as
Restaurant. this week in charge of a new department Sciewwonns Not Gone a. .
handle
Whoever
might
possible.
Pruning Cavity Work M"rs. Loyree Cocomlse and I for and repair
servicing
li the strawberry sales needs this information What happened-for the week WHEN HELL
daughter Debbie are spendingseveral of large and small appliances including -
Tree Removal I ending Jan.10 there was the sec-
sill Bracing months here while Mrs. .
( .t refrigerators.Mr.
If you have misplaced the cardor ond highest number of screwworm BROKE JLOOSE .
TransplantingFree Cocomise redesigns the dinette .,Anderson originally of Ar- j lepcrted since the eradica- .
De-Mossing if yon did not receive one leases
tine of Bradford Furniture Corp. cher, has been a resident of Starke I II Broward .
post program started:
i please put your acreage on
and Estimates :They will spend weekends wiU: for 32 years. He was formerly i
Inspection card and mail it to Box 267 County reported 63 cases. Two A PM $Q d RU.LASE
Mr. Cocomise in Lake Worth. employed by E. H: Son a as! a.. .
other South Florida Counties reported -
Starke. We all want a good mar-
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. Sewell and machinist. There he handled much AND
ket.'We' must all work together to cues.Somethmg. .
family of Jacksonville were Saturday the same kind of work he will .
else
SAPP'S TREE SURGEONSPETE visitors of the W. B. Sew.. have with Well's. helpmate it strong. happened
Betted Testing Survey there were 7 confirmed cases reported -
Members of me firm of Well'sElectric
I elles.Maj. at 213 E. Call said they A cattle testing and vaccinating during the same week
SAPP, OwnerP. H. M. Hatcher Jr. was ir opened the new department because program is being prepared for from Missouri It was reported ;f'1-

Washington, D. C. and Miami las't they had received many our county Dr. D. W. Griffin I that there are now 6.000 sterile

0. Box 77.1- Phone EA 5-4887 Palalka, Fla. t eek on business. calls for this kind of service. representing the Florida Livestock flies per square mile being released -

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Zipperer Board is' personally contacting, per week over this Broward :

AGENTS have moved to 615 France s every livestock owner possible. He. county area. Let's see what the (j' f1R 'iJ

Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617 street. XOTICE is explaining the program and f|next report shows.i el-, .

Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Rev. and Mrs. *Tank E, Smith I made am l not>y anyone responsible other tr than>r any myself dElbttt: listing-. the number of cattle to i' Our inspector. Jorge Yalldejuli,. I :

and family of Cantonement Fla.. Mr divorce was granted Jin. 14. be bested Dr. Gnffid told me a: is on the job. Remember that if Plus "Dog House" Cartoon

.. ? ._ Phone 1651 Lake City Fla. were Sunday dinner guests of band U'.,1859. Edwards' Sew days ago that he is jnskmg: yet have ten?saet&ti get were te
Tommy F. .
Mrs. Guy Andrews. Jtp 1-15-1-29 good.progress ands. expertencl1ge : ,us and we will get it to Jorge. .


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BBAllf'ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA I
THURSDAY. JANUARY !:2.. 1953

ucted by Ed wens Scout executive are also invited. .
I
Leadership Class from Gainesville, the course This is a most important training Building Codes BUS Adult ProgramSets Funeral SaturdayFor CHUKIH OF JESUS CHRIST: I

will consist of three sessions ot session" Cubmaster C. J Cagers Meet LATTER DAY SAINTS

For Cub ScoutsA two hours each. The time and I Schaefer stated, and we would; To Be Obtained Registration Lester Warren

place for the two remaining sessions like to have every parent and I Service each Sundt/ in oI4

leadership course will be will be announced later. Scout official attend. The courseis Palatka Tonight Registrations tor all adult edu- Funeral services were held at,, Masonic Hall on E. Can St. Son
: By City CouncilStandard optional programs will be accepted
School in Sacrament
sponsored by Cub Scout I'ack lo/1 I All parents ana rae memoexs designed to help every Scout from 8 : 3 p. m. Saturday in the DeWittC. day a. m.
at the American hall at V'I, to attend and leader and those who daily a.m. to 10 p.m. tor Service .:30 p. m. Ereryona weJ-
Legion are urged membersand : might( become building codes for the next two weeks at the USU Jones Chapel for Lester (Doc)
p.m. Friday night, Jan. 23. Con- : parents of other Scoat groups leaders in the future." I (Continued from Page 1)) coma.
plumbing, electrical and construction building, according to supervisorL Warren 61. who died at his home
A short business session 1 I
will : work will be ordered by. H. Gibson. here
with
precede the two-hour only one senicr. Don Hat- Thursday. Jan. 15. Burial

period and refreshments training be;!: city council, according to a decision field was high scorer for the losers I New students or' those now en-: vas in Conner Cemetery. THE BIGHT rODJT ler lilt

served after it is made at Tuesday night's with 17 points. rolled must register for the new WQ yea write. Come to and IeIf'Ct -
TERWILLEGAR MOTORSSAVE over. meeting. semester.As Survivors are his wife !.Irs.
Officials of Pack 107, who will I The B team is idle this week Marvel Alvarez Warren your favorite ESTERBROOKPen.
On advise of a representative of Dec. 31, 1958 there were ; one son Fr\aDtaID TX GRAPH
attend along with parents, Den: but will go into action Tuesday '
of the Municipal Code Corp. the C61 students enrolled in the adult Sammy Warren, both of Starke;
Mothers, and others are: Cubmast right: when all three BUS quints
city will obtain one of these I education program. Subjects include a step-daughter Mrs.
Sandra
er Schaefer, Assistant Cubmaster travel to Lake Butler for games. r.

Hundreds of Dollars I Bob Reed, and Committee mem standard, : codes, already published The Green Cove game was a American Histcry and gov- Coley Gainesville; his stepparents
and city ordinances will refer : ernment; Radio TV and Practical
bers 'Bill Tilley, Charlie Cowen conference tilt for the girls as Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vames,,
? to the codes selected. Licenses of I Electricity; Typing and Bookkeeping Some Came
Lloyd Hedgecock, AI Crosby T.. i they are a charter member of the Starke; two brothers, Robert of j
plumbers ; Typing and Shorthand; Bus
On New 1959 A. Yawn, and E. B. Jackson. electricians and building : newly formed Girls Northeast Palatka, and Freeman Varnes
FORDS iness Math.
permits will be based on these ; Conversational Span-
Conference, made up of girls New Orleans, La.; and two sis
Lsh for Business
codes, thus saving the city the beginners; English RUNNING?
CARD OF THANKS cost of including such items in teams from Palatka Lake City, : General Science, Including ters Mrs. Annie Ryw, Palatka L j
We are sincerely grateful to Ocala. Green Cove, St. Augustine. and Mrs. Myra Cranshaw, Starke.
friends and neighbors for their the city code book, soon to be and Starke. The six teams will Chemistry; Sewing and Cooking;:

NEW FORD CARS many kind acts of sympathy during revised.In play each other and on Feb. 20 Elementary Reading and Arithmetic -

18 i our bereavement at the loss connection: with a Civil Defense the two top teams will meet in a 1' Sell It Rent It
Trade
AND TRUCKSTO of our grandmother Lula WilsonJones. Haas report, C. D. director Bill championship frame with a trophy I
Especially do we thanK will order decals for all
being awarded tothe winner.As Helen Kelly scored 15 points for
the local Red Cross for their co city equipment. It was brought
CHOOSE FROM of new, Green Cove is on top Bradford's
top. while Dot Haynesof
operation.-SgL 1-c Cecil A JGU15 out during the discussion of Civil
Jr. and family. Defense that a radio supplier with no losses and the Starke [ Green Cove rang up 23.: : WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
girls have lost two games in Con
would I
install short-wave radio on ference
play
city YODTX LOVE U.c new Cater I
equipment for $2,300 half of
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Low Overhead and Sales Volume W. C. T. tJ. the cost being paid by Civil De Coach Andrews girls were way brook purse-size fountain pens ID: 20 WORDS OR LES One laiertUa
Enables Us To Sell For LESS! fense. Mr. Haas will investigate below their usual form Tuesday pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford EACH ADDITIONAL WORD O'.ERe --_ ., 4 ftw ..., r

I "THERE IS NO DISEASE IN the requirements.The in losing to Green Cove 4223. County Telegraph. '.% DiscorftT ox REPEAT IASERTIO VAHE AD

TilE WORLD FOR WHICH ALCOHOL petition offered by the Kf ADDITIONAL: FCKH BLIND: ADS OR ADS >OT PAID If! ADVANCE.

Your Authorized Ford Dealer IS A CURE." Florida State Bank at Starke for IN TUB IDA.HorSTON. CIRCflT COtRT. IN: .AN: I D FOR BRADFORD cor. n. FLOR- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ----- 11.:$ prr tort ?,? I.HI1t.

I DR. HOWARD A. KELLY rezoning the block they recently AT LAW No. SM7 '1.00 PER INCH FOR gAME AD REPEATED o>E OR MORE T1MF.I;

NATIONAL VOICE. purchased, to commercial has
been TEXAS G.ANI' Oil. ) CARDS OF THASK Vp T. W W.r<,) ---- _
CORPORATION PM
approved ,
by the Zoning a corporation. )
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M < __
OVF.R wonn
Petitioners, -- -- 4 c>m. p,. w.r<
t .. Board. City Council carried it one ) !'r.con MKMJKI

steD- flirthfr- Jw coffSr" ,nr TV.K It VII.1IADELIXE. EDWARDS ct vIr. I OTICK OF TAKING _u. __.____ "n..._ .&_ q n_ HF..OI..ln'u .---- -. .-..-_.Q__ _r.. _w....

: Special Report To Young Men Of Tomorrow I as the date of-the public hearing; et al, Defendants. )) FOR SALE-Modern :3 bedroom FOR \LE-By Own'r-One acre I
and sent it for publication in The home with 4 acres land. Ideal retirement "Arcadia", with 4 rooms and bath
Telegraph. IN THE NAME AND BY THK AI L'THOniTY home. Located on Hiway jv'tage: in vicinity of hospital:! and
FLORIDA: OF THE STATE OFAnd Ill10/ miles West of Starke on .new school on Col ley Rd. J. T. Qnig-
Other business of the Council I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN; I Uivrr. Phon. lIT ,J-I177. :3tp:' T.!:? .y. 4chg 1.9: !

i UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITY included permission for the! Parcel Ow." WANTED: Experienced Waitress.

I Church of God to hold street E..m.r..t''''' EntlradedVilla Apply B & U Restaurant Phone WO4MH.

meetings: using a PA system andthe 2 flpjisfo Sap;). widow whose res- Mortgage payable to: ffjU.OO; Itrhg \. J. THOMAS REALTOR

4 refusal of idence I is RFD LAW ley. Florida L The Florida Bank at SOS >. ...
awaits you in the a request of A. H. Temilo A a.e
tarkl,
!
Starke. "'Ioni -
Carfatt to put sidewalks in front Jamie Sapp Clubb and husband I.i da. Hated 11-S8-41. recorded TYPEWRITER AND Telepbear .. WO 4. r.I

; pulp and paper : cf his property on So. Thompson idence Walter Edgar Cl"l>b. whose n-s- in Book 13. ADDING MACHINE
: is Z71J Ht,2 Road, iran J page 542, securingpay
II -
St. In making the refusal Council Junction Colorado; ment of $300.09. BARGAINS G .er.1 Real EUle sw Pre,*r-

; industry pointed out that a whole side ofthe : Mildred tin. Appraisal, tvalaallta.
; TTJiL: Sapp I'etzel and hits REMINGTON TRAVELRITER
-Wi. block must have sidewalksand band, R A. Petzel. whoso rest
(flp.sesed I.Ike NewlReg.
: den-c is IU. I. Box :313,
., WHERE WILL you go the request must come from Oregon; Oervaia:, 9.3: Selliag for TillS

all property owners who agree to
f after high school To SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC
half the J. D. Sapp and wif'.
pay cost. Kcha Sapp r'. ANYTHING
work? To trade school whose residence Is III. 4, Box 99!;, PORTABLE WRONG AT TOCHHOtSEf
Councilman
Te college? For the J. D. Doyle SUR- Jacksonville, Florida; Keg. Z15.M 10% m.no..t Let fa Fix! If.Rt .
gested an age limit to be placedon
man interested W. E. Sapp and 0 U.DING REMODELIKO!\
___Vo young labor hired by the streets andwater wife. Nell Sap, !trallh-Cornia' 4,11 .i'l.c PAINTING WIRI5G
whose
AND
residence
in college training, the Is :3100 \\OQ department. ArePlailor Trailer REPAIR
"
The motion Village, Re*. V:. 5-Selling for 82.34 !'
.U.r..U.. ..
: A-c pulp and paper industry Colorado Springs. Colorado; C..f. .
was carried with the ..
limit set at Pk e Gue B llck. LE Z-2e3
r \I 1___ has a continuing 0 \ BRADFORD COUNTY
18 to 45 with .
physical examina G. W. Sapp and wife. Hazel Sap ItchyFILL
: need for new technical tions.F. whose residence is Lawtey, r'lor: ..- TELEGRAPH

WI,, t personnel and offers E. Shenehen whose traileris Ida; ... : DIRT AND TRACTOR WORK

r .. W. L. Thigpen. Jr. Phone WO 4-135:
unlimited opportunities *
illegally: parked on the Howe James Shipman Sapp and witr., ... .. 0. KEROSENESMOKELESS 932 Butler Road Starke, Fla.
o for advancement in this property, will be given until Feb. Wanda Sapp. whose residence Ii:, .' 16tp irNOW. (!%

: exciting field. 1 Law-ley, Florida; ODORLESS
to move, by action of the Coun >
.
cil. Mr. Shenehen had not been Charles P. Sapp and wife \\a Ii. 15.9 Per Gal ENGRAVED The ultimate In presti Ire. LOG
businen
1" cards, 119.9;
THE SPECTACULAR growth of this industry makes possible top da Lee Sappv whose residence ii 5 0 .0 (price
includes .
previously notified only the'own plate) Never befor.,
,
Lawtey, Florida .
wages and security in a host of highly skilled technical positions. A ; .'.. AT YOUR IMPERIAL engraving at this low price.
t four-year college education is preferred for such positions as pulp I ers of the property. According toMr. ,:<: Bradford County Telegraph tf
Sharon ; -7
technologists plant chemists quality control specialists and produc- Shenehen he had not been: band Carl app Kiland.J'iJdnd.and whose. hus ad- 0 .0 SERVICE STATION '

tion trainees.. given notice and Mr. and Mrs.\ dress i is Hampton, Florida; FOR SALE
Howe are out of town. ... :',; Hiway 301 North Starke Selling one lot of used acreen

SCHOLARSHIP help at North Carolina State College in Ralei h is Illness had taken John Gerow Sapp. single whoa. ... tI I doors! for $1.00 each. First com
available for college majors in pulp and paper technology, and highly a toll of residence I is LSwley, Florida ant : I first serve. Barbecue grates If :x

remunerative employment within the industry is usually available Council members and only chairman Pamela Sapp single and a minor : ., 0, 3!It $1.00. AU kinds of used building
vacation Graduates of this T. C. Hazen, and Councilmen I- lupplica. Reasonable. Doors Win-
the
during/ summer periods. program are ; whose residence Is Lawtey. Sows, plumbing
qualified for quick advancement in production technical and top Doyle and Randal Chitty Florida; 0 ',. 0 .. .. FISH SHRIMP t tures. Used tin scrap supplies Iron. and Odd fix tots

management positions within the industry. Applications for pulp and were present along with City Attorney of lumber cheap. Call Woodland
paper scholarships for the academic year beginning in the fall must A. J. AS AND REING the heirs am t .0 OYSTERS 1-4001. W. T. Jackion Tranfer ask
be Thomas Jr. and City; only heirs-at-law (together will I 0 far Mr. Glumes.
received by May 15 of the previous spring. Located behind
Clerk Carl Johns. Iheir respective spouses whermarried 0 Fish Rig Dad Mfg. Co. &
Dressed If Desired
tfchg
) of J. S. Sapp, Jr., deceasrd. 0 .,
IF YOU are a young man in high school who has above average who dird Intestalr ;a -- FREE-Double

grades in math. physics, chemistry and related subjects, we urge you Dietary Classes resident of Bradford County. Frevatt Fish Market for cost of gas ONLY.cylinder Slade hook Gas Co.up

to contact us. We will gladly explain to you in detail"about the op. Florida, on August 8, Ii1. 0 617 E. Brownlee St. tfchg.FOR .

portunitiec awaiting you in this fascinating industry. Will Be HeldIn and to all persons or parties baring alone s-aid line from th. southeast Ph. WO 9-1091 SALE-Good Bermuda and

or claiming any right title, Intrre8t. corner thereof and running thence
Jacksonville
estate mortgage or other lien to North ;51 degrees. 5* minutes east a Bahia Grass Hay-V. R. Ferguson,
and in those certain parcels of land distance of 424 feet to its point of FOR SALE-Fenta process treat4 i I Lavrtey. 4tpEW
The Bradford County Chapterof situate in Dradford County. Florida exit in the east line of the XE,. of I fence posts. t miles Nortb' on 301.
the hereinafter described. together with I XEU of XW% of Section 17. TownShip Green &: Bakken Post Co. tfciw;
Northeast Florida Heart all unknown persons claiming by, I ;i South. Range 22 East. .
i 1 1j Association announces the Low through and under known persons i Being lands owned by Bessie Eapp WE HAVE a new loan program for: HOMES I* STA.RKEJust
who are dead. or who are not and other heirs of J. S. $app. Jr.. farmers.
Loam
CONTAINER Sodium of I
CORPORATION and Low Fat-Low to 6
j OF AMERICA Chloresterol known to be dead or alive: deceased aforenamrd. and identified I for the entire credit year Four left. See them today. Call
require 0 .
Dietary classes which are as Line List No. ::;-UltAD'i&101.Takf ; ments of the farmer and his fam WO1-5701. Let me chow them at
Fernandina Beach Florida again PARCEL NO. 3 (Bessie Sapp ily. Gainesville i your convenience.
being Production
'
presented by the Association Cred'l
other heirs of J. S. Sapp, Jr. > Notice, that a Declarationof Association,
and the Home Demonstration deceased afore named). Taking hn been filed by the nalneiville. Fla.VO ftortb Main tfch-; A. .:. THOMAS. REALTOR
Division of Duval A strip of land fifty feet In width Petitioner in the above styled cause 0
County. extending li feet northwesterly and for the taking of the above de- RADIOI REPAIRED Z05 TEMPLE AVEXCEFOR
The classes will be held at the 35:i feet enulheast'rly from the fol scribrd landft fur rights of way and An ...k.. An ....
Home Demonstration Auditorium l lowingdescribed survey line and easements for trancmlxoion. line*. ......."Ie Charge nar..t
traversing ls>tit 23: and %6 In Wood- and that the Court will on the 1th SHKPIIKHD'S RADIO
New County Court House in l lawn Subdivision said lots being day of February. A.D. lt.! at 1U:1'0 I..... GreeB. Ow* TV
U Jacksonville on consecutive Wednesdays the Kfe of SW'.. of NWy and the; o'clock a. m.. in its Chambers at the ZZ( W. (.H ft. Pb... er W04.MI SALE Z bedroom maaonary
NE'.i of NEVi of NW% of -ction rradford County Courthouse, at Starke.' Fla hou.se. Chain link fence. ill W.
; from 10 a. m. to 12 noon 17, Township 5 South. Range Z: Starke. Florida consider said De- Pin wO'"od Dr. Contact Hugh L. Hut-

starting Feb. 4 through Feb. 25.All p I East more, Bradford County. Florida claratlin of Taking appoint appraisers GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding In son. :316 W. Pinewood Dr., Phone

I those in Bradford County who: low, particularly to-wit: described as fol and make such order as vitations with double envelopes 100 W04-367I. 4tp-2 5
I the Court deems pursuant to for $21.93. Bradford -
proper Cour'r
are interested in low sodium diets Beginning at a point in the west Telegraph DAIRY FERTILIZER

WHILE THEY LAST! I which are invited to attend these classes NW line being,J of 170 of the said feet E'j Section of MV'i 17. said of poInt the I THE law.ALL ABOVE PARTIES DESCRIBED INTERESTED LAXDS IN FOR REXT-Furnished first floor tf P...;f">..po'r Reddish yd Contact Dairy.Ray FOR Chrystler.SALEIf. 2tpI-22-

are being offered as a publ1e and along more said or less northerly -, may appear and be heard at the apartment Close in desirable lo
line from the ration. All
service. For further conveniences. W. H. FOR RENT Furnished
information southwest corner thereof time and place hefeinabove desig- 2 bedroom
: and running Nollman. 229 W.
ilads'-n St. home
; contact Mrs. C. L. Schc l1. thence North 50 degrees. 0,* nated. tfchg and on Crystal Lake. paved street!
mlntites East a dl"tance of 1 lIiI... feet WITNESS:' my hard and seal of 0 telephone $40 per. mo. Write
chairman of the local chapter.o i its point of exit In the east ItT 0 said Court this 21st day of January. FOR RENT: -2 nicely fur. apts. I Box 161 or call Ho S-22J2, Waldo.
f the E'i of !'Wt or the NW 'J A.D. I35S.COfRT. heaters. Adults. $SO per. mo. ea.: 2tchg 1-22
of Section 17. Township 5 South. ( SEAL) Elec. Inc. Phonr WO !-1545.. tfchg
Lions Discuss Rang 2Z Kast. re-entering the sub CHARLES A. DARBY INCOME TAX SERVICE
TOUCH ject property: at a point In the south Clerk of the Circuit Court FOR SALE OR TRADE-f:" ven hog
School ProgramThe l line of the XJof NR'. of >Wof 'L4 Bradford County. Florida dogs. Take your pick at 12? l'1I.1. PHONK WO4-IIM 92f W. Pratt St.
Section 17. Township 5 South. ry: (S) Marian 1* Crosby bert Griffia./ Rt 1 Box 130. tarkeo.4tn Call after S .. 4ar-FrMar..
flange 2Z East, said point being, Deputy Clerk ..v _".-.: C. E. H.trhra..
TYPING new school construction :300 feet more or less westerly and It I.:: fhr._ 1 S.O
program in Bradford County was 1i 1 FOR RENT2: bedroom unfurn. --- -
,i shed. hou-e on Alton Rd. J. W.HOCSE WANTED: Qualified
discussed lady for
School
by H. typ
Supt. f. Thorn.. .
"hon.OqJt.., inJ .
mths!.' ; secretarial! and general
office
COURSE :Morgan at: the regular meeting ot work. Age 21 to 3$. Shorthand

the Starke Lions Club Thursday The Living Scriptures-. by Jack'Ifamtn I Cherry St.FOR Call RENTat: Gordon 403, So. rentlal.fled / Herman petition for quail.ef
Wager. person who Is
night of last week. His talk was The Permanent And The Passing [>hon WOJ-IJ04I.; Starke 4tchg2.. and anume rflpon.IlJly.willing i Write to work P.

Given with each purchase of followed by a question and answer O P". 2I-F. Starkc .Fla. Itchy
a I.h LAND CtTTING -US'; )) n-r hour
period concerning the new Herbert R. Harris, Gen. nero Starke; fNFt'RNISHED HOME FOR RENT
buildings and various school proD- ?tn tFOR -;;.! -:3 bedrooms. two block from

I II lems.l SALE-Florenc* Oil Heat .school, two Works from grocery ani
Smith-Corona This Thursday, Jan. 22, the ,,.oom) RT.U Excellent condition f meat pfore. Home equipped with
p gas cook
stove hot
Also Burnham Radiator water heaters
Lions will meet at 6 for dinner style bloctrie and fire .
p.m. Heater. like new. I'hon WO, place. 1' T. Long. 21! W.
after which they will canvass s-gun: : Washington Are. Phone WO4-I3il.
ltlh
(;
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER some areas of Starke selling FOR SALE-Kerosene 2tp0 1.!!

j, brooms, both household and industrial kerosene hot water h.at space"r and heater.klt- F.r ak .. Bfaatlfal Kligiloy La".
I models. Proceeds from the r-hen sink. 426 N. Walnut St. Khone One .f tw. k.....
: WO Five W< ..
4-2881. rooat year .... beaie .
broom sale are used to pay for _Ucng tw. ....r.._ aaa ;."w. Km)-r gM r

eye examinations and glasses for FOR SALE 19 section electric fdhlag. b.athir, waicr (p...... Call
FREE EDUCATOR : : : Bradford County children who are rf Ur am. r.red K.la Hundley.for. Hardly Lawtey used, phone 129. *r .ff T. H. t1.d. .t.bg 2-1.

APPROVED in need of financial help in the S T %-::*J. Itfhg FOR RENT i room house with

"TOUCH TYPING COURSE"In'This care of their eyes.Rotarians FOR SALE OR TRADE for Slarke house.bath t Hlway acres: :t>U f land nw Starke.garage,ConI. hen
-
0 property 3 bedroom lake hOrn tact S. Moths Rtt &
.T rlth >x Zn-A.
acreage n ar Keystone Heights. "fllrk.
; Actual 23.95 Value Record Alhum : Hear hone: WO t-% 8J, Dr. Bollmger. Ztp -2StAH 1.1%

0 THBTCitOP YDUK HUTH.KINfi MUCH AE fKCCWWM; CfVTrt _I-M 0ietinas 7 t speed phonograph record*
0 -- Blanding ForesterW. WASTED must go, over a 1,009 to choose

L[ ._.. from. for 11.00. Dahmers Gift
.
'III just 10 u n Cr.*.". Acreage. Shop-
days po en W. Hood, area forester at Rmmrhrn cad Small Faraa. 2tchg 1-%%

tan toaeJi: r/pin! Tkij sI1W.i1 Camp Blanding !.THOIT RE'LTT f'SY.D S1\nTH.CORO
was guest speaker llterwrltet'
JOHMB
M\SE .
> Re
Good
( lilt quick sat tnj wjy U Terms-to Suit at the Rotary Club Wednesdayand P. O- R.. :tII'r' !'twrlu', fI*., "..e4 Standard coadlUon. Reason for idling
fnaehjne.
tomb lypt RI6HT!. was introduced by Col. J. A. raaae HO 8-231: 3.1Z Ut-hlt Can Mrs. Jlhftle be ...Vn1.,Telegraph' Cart office.$30.

Griffin. who had charge of the ItChg
Your Convenience f'OR RENT-Kingaley Lake all year SAWS FILED
program. I a round. :3 bedroom furnished .hov r. and aU old sawa re-
.
0 The speaker said that this I nquire Rosenberg Furniture Store. dellnred.mndlUrmecJ like n... Call for and

tion of Florida is the best sec-I ._Ztchg 1-Z Jotin'- Phone WO 4-Un, Calvin
atchg 2.5
_
tion known for the growing of FOR RENT: -Two sleeping room. .r-
d 405 N. Walnut St. Fhone. PUREBRED WALKER HOU.NU.
pine timber but at
the Puppies
present K5.
yp; 4-451. Wormed
Mrs
time only one-third of the potential rr BE TZI3 WITH f Sfc; !< = 3 Johnson. Itp weeks old. P. K. Morder healthy.or 1: H.1Z

. FOR SALE or Trade-1548 1% ton GHllgan AFs Trock Stop. High
is being realized. He described L' 'C-Z L'C -ynTi( S'tak_ BodY Chevrolet Truck.: Good !orinr''. Phor GR '. S4L Itchc

the forestry program now under vtf ct condition $175 or trade for PICK up' FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH at ruck. V. R Smith Hwy. II Wes REN7four. room houses!
way Blanding. and said t / m.jMTK5U6H R' t. %. Box 71A. Starke. Itp'OR OTIS I furnish.,. bath. Ui per mo.
i Phon'! WO ..,,
that what is being done there .s. nnfnmUhed 1 rr
Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Church : per mo To
Baptist right
could be duplicated by any interested SALE-Cheat typO freezer 1* lit c-radPII on Highway 1C oo
C u. ft. $100./ AI-o .' road.. z miles| from
re iurant Stark.
landowners on a small 900 BLOCK equip'I Mrs. L. B. Jordan Up
I WEST MADISON nrnt for salt chwiB. F : : ----
J woodslot. I 1 5-P. (r. S. 5'1. : miles oor,n nf WANTED
.- i S tarke. -Xtnt Short Order -ook
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH




: ': KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I < MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVASTARKE




FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY %%. 1939:



Keystone Council Eyes AnnexationAnd ., KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy ;: Keystone Bank

?: I Reports Best Year

Other Progressive Steps For '59 .. %1 Rosemary Daurer ; Since It Started

!! (I '" .

I II t Mary Schaeffer In Hospital I history of mechanical aids tc, The best year for the Keystone

A three-point program for|stone is without jail facilities of 4 t : Your regular reporter. Alary writing: with some specimen; I j State Bank since Its founding in

needed improvements in Keystone i any kind and prisoners must be '. Schaeffer. entered the Bradford ,. rearly 100 years old. His mos t: j 1952 was described in a report to
Heights was outlined by Mayor M.I carried to Green Cove Springs. County Hospital in Starke last prized contemporary Hem f is a i! i! the stockholders this week by N

L. Beasley at the Council meetingon The plans were taken under advisement / Tuesday Jan. 13. She is much improved silt pencil and acccmpanyins, I Watson Hardenbergh. Jr.. execu-
January 13. by Council for further; and was released from the letter from President Eisenhowei: tn'e'ice president and cashier
I
These top priority projects' are: study. hospital: en Monday. Jan. 19. !I in recognition; of his hobby. Th.I Substantial gams in every de-
1. The annexation of additonal I During the reorganization earlier Mary is now recuperating at home I pencil proclaims that it is "Stolcr)i I Pdrtmcnt were reported by Mr
.- and wishes to thank the 'From Dwight D. Eisenhower:' Another Hardenbergh following the annual
territory contiguous to the pre- in the meeting H. L. Ownbeywas many :; I
sent town boundaries; I re-elected chairman of the ," ., friend who have assisted her and prized item is a set of "Cor.1 j stockholders meeting en Jan. 1 iI
2. Speeding up action already Council; C. H. Haberstroh was re- -',;-:.-, Jr.. her family: during her stay in the j jhcspital. onation Pencils" which Queer I 11 I i Total t'poitsere up from $1.-
taken toward construction of a appointed Town Clerk and Treasurer ,.. ,... Elizabeth presented to her court, i 508.062.73 as of Dec. 31. 1957 to
new town hall; ; and W. J. Dermody was Woman's Club News /upon the orcasion of her coro I 1.802.413.07 on the same date to
3. Revison of the town chartertc renamed Chief of Police. Don't forget to attend the roast nation. Among the unusual pencils ,. I 1958.
change the terms of Mayor, The following standing com- Lions Present At left Keystone School Princi- beef dinner at the club house this I I is one that fires a 32''aliberbullet. Total income was up substantially -
dent.At I
Tax Collector, and Tax Assessor. mitees were appointed by Chair- Check For $400 pal Knox receives check for $400 the Lions Club meeting on Saturday evening Jan. 24, from I a gift of a police depart. I from $79.979.24 in 1957 to
Mayor Beasley also recom- man Ownbey: from Wm. M. Beam president of Jan. 12: a discussion was held of 5:30 to 7:30. Tickets are still j ment. Another one. given to him t9572793. Operating profit for
mended increased compensationfor Rules. Ordinances. Finance and At PTA MeetingH. the Keystone Lions Club, at lastweek's ways And means of raising funds available from club members or'I' by th F. B. I.. is a fat cylinder,I the same two years showed an'I

the Mayor Councilmen, and TaxationFred S. Dodd. chairman PTA meeting. for a new project that of providing can be purchased at the door of from which a suspect was caughtMnugalmg increase from S15.0S6.36 to $17
Town Clerk.The only compensa- G. E. Wiggins H. L. Own- C. Long superintendent of Right: H. C. Long I center J, lighting facilites for the the club house the night of the ccntraband. He also,'I 924.89.

tion Councilmen receive at pre- bey.Sanitation public instruction reviewed the Superintendent of Clay County athletic field at the elementary dinner. The price is cnly $1.25 for has pencils from every State in A dividend was paid to stockholders -
sent is $2 per meeting. The Mayor Lights Water. Fire progress and also the plight of Schools is greeted at PTA meeting school. A committee was assignedto adults and 65c for children. the Union as well as pencils I for the first time in 1958.

recives $2 per Council meet- Protection Public Safety-Corbett I Clay County schools occasionedby by A. E. Anthony lleftl, mem- investigate the cost of this Mrs. Frieda Wyman. who formerly which carry reproductions of the, and totaled $4.500 at $9 per !share'
ing and a fee of $1 for each case Terrell chairman. E. E. Williams, rapid growth of the area in recent ber of the Clay School Board project The Lions plan another had her own Interior Service i'.automobile license plates of all "It is the hope of the management -
handled. The Town Cl!rk. whoIs H. L. Ownbey. years when he spoke to the I and E. E. Williams. PTA presi- light bulb sale in the near future. I Shop in Keene. New Hampshire i the states. His collection has become to continue this dividend

appointed, receives $100 per Streets Sidewalks Buildings 1 i Keystone Heights PTA Thursday, heads the decorating committee I so large over the past 38rears and also continue to add to the
month. and Parks-E. E. Williams chair- Jan. 15.Lcng. Miss Jane Webb Weds Huntley Redfearn Jr. for the Woman's ClubHouse : that! the Colonel is now able surplus thus increasing the value

As an Impetus to the annexation man; Corbett Terrell, H. L. Own- pointed out that in the In Melrose Episcopal Church Saturday She is being assisted by I only to take several display boards of stock," Mr. Hardenbergh
program Mayor Beasley and bey. 'past six years more than 50 class- about 10 club women in making I II made up into a traveling case slated.

Councilmen Fred Dodd were ad- Keystone Airpark-G. E. Wiggins rooms and three cafeterias have Miss Jane Nye Webb of Melrose ''en empire dress in embroidered I draperies to complete the remodeling when he goes out to lecture. A The bank had a total of 1,856
ded to the committee to test chairman F. S. Dodd, H. L. .been added in the county. With became the bride of Huntley Ked silk organza and wore pinK I, 'of the club house. I can,[ who knows "Most Of The accounts as of Dec. 31. 1953 again
sentiment among the property Ownbey. this rapid expansion, the annual I fearn Jr. of Keystone Heights at sweetheart roses in her hair. Switches" in mechanical pencils.Colonel .
The Woman's Club luncheon ; : of 216 new acounts during
owners who would be affected. Councilman Williams called attention budget of a quarter million dollars 8 o'clock last Saturday evening I Following the ceremony a reception 1Ii11'ras he's still interested -
will be held on Tuesday. Jan. 27 the year. The average number of
Previously appointed membersof to the condition of the is proving inadequate. Long ir Trinity Episcopal Church, Mel- : was held in the parish 1 in "What's New" in pen-
1
at
p. m. Dr. Daniel W. Soper checks handled each day was
the committee are CouncilmenG. Huber road maintainer. stating I said and there is no money available rose. The chancel of the church I house for approximately: 125 wed- :ilo;. Last Saturday evening. Col. I .
: will speak cn "Understanding Art ; 1 235 in 1958, as compared with
E. Wiggins and Gene Williams.If that it was badly in need of ma- at this time for additional was decorated with arrangements ding guests. Mrs. Michael Ked- In The filler delivered this hobby lecture
American Home. 915 dr.ily.
sentiment is found favorable jor repair. The Clerk was :.corns, an athletic field or a summer of ivy white camellias carnations ffearn and Mrs. Bruce McKae cut .>t the Park of The Palms where
in-I Junior Woman's Club "We made total of 1.988
new
News I
Council will sponsor a special act structed to request Florida program. The superintendent' and gladioli as a background for the wedding cake, while Mrs.Joe. ;ie is a cuest.Mrs. a
Et the next legislative session an- ment Co. of Jacksonville to senda said that he had requested a surrey the nuptial rites. The double nng Tate and Miss Margaret Gaboardi The Junior Woman's Club willi. Sutton's :Mother Improving ; notes in 1958 and. as the real
nexing a portion of the residentialarea representative to examine the to be made by the State to ceremony was performed by the poured punch. meet Thursday evening. Jan. 22 i Keystone friends will be happy clobcd.: we had on record 1.376
at Park of the Palms and machine and report on necessary forecast the building needs of Rev. Fred Yerkes. Chris Spires A rehearsal dinner was held tor at 8 p. m. in the Woman's Club :o hear that Mrs. Harold Sutton's : note accounts amounting to $854.-
served as the House. Mrs. Francis Egan will 783.44. Total loans outstanding at
acolyte.
several blocks along Highway 21 I repair costs. Keystone Heights. members of the wedding party at I mother. Mrs. F A. Fitzpatrick.
toward I Most of the Wedding music was played by speak on "Florida Of Yesteryear"with the end of the year were 47.42 percent
Melrose. It was statedso The Clerk reported a balance recent expansionhas the Lazy Susan Restaurant on I who was injured in an automobile "
Mrs Florence Janes, and an accompanying film strip. t of deposits. the report
far little if any opposition has I in the town treasury on Nov. 30. been financed by Federal organist Friday evening. and Mr. and Mrs. I accident a few weeks ago. will be
been uncovered toward this plan. 1958 of $5.777.72; income in December funds. Long said which were pro Mrs. Gladyce Bachman was Solo- Huntley Redfearn Sr. parents ot She will! be introduced by the pro- released frcm the hospital in | stated.

On another major point of progress 3890.96; credits of vided by the impact of Federal ist. the bridegroom, were hosts at a gram hail-man. Mrs. Frank Har- Rocky Mt., N. C. today. Mrs. Sutton i| TIlE RIGHT rOIM: tur the
Council studied plans for 49.40; disbursements of 2108.90; employees living in Clay County. Given in marriage by her father, buffet supper for out of town ris. Hostesses for this evening will 1 will accompany her to Nor- f way you write. Come In and select
the proposed new Town Hall balance Dec. 31. 760918. During the business session John N. Webb, the 'bride wore a guests just before the wedd.1 be Mrs. William Baker. Mrs. J folk. Va. and then return to Keystone your favorite RSTEKKROUKFountain
vhich is it proposed to construct A copy of a letter was read conducted by the president. Gene princess style gown white: embossed -.' The out of town guests includedMr. George Massa, and Mrs. W. A. Heights. Prn. 't"-I.U;lt\J'1I
en property adjoining the present from Attorney Myron Prevatt to Williams suggestions were approved taffeta, featuring a scooped and Mrs. \\'. W. Charles ot Scales. Girl Sroutf'WS I
fire station at a cost of around the CAP. indicating that the Houston from the executive com- neckline and short jacket. The Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Brody Har- Rotarians Hear Hobby story The Girl Scout Troops of Kev-
t 9000. The new structure would Texas Gas & Oil Corp. had mittee for the purchase of a large skirt ended in a brief train. Her ris and two daughters. Darlene Col. Ralph T. Miller New England I :stcne Heights and Melrose have (t 9S
veil
of
replace the present outgrown accepted the amendment to para- dictionary for the school library fingertip illusion was attached and Kathleen and Mrs. H. S. Provincial Commander of i'I been accepted in the Gateway:
building and would be financedout graph 9. of the easement agreement and the formation of a Safety and to a she cap carried ot pearls and white sequins Wright Sr., all of Live Oak. the Salvation Army was guest Girl Scout Council. This mark S;

of the city's surplus funds at Keyston and asking CAP Committee, with Lew Muir as Prayer Book with a white a orcnid Mr. and Mrs. Kedfearn Jr. have peaker at the Rotary Club meeting the beimnmg of plans for extending Ct666
over a period of four or five years.' approval of the amended agree- chairman.The returned from a short wedding last Friday and discussed his i more opportunitiesLc
program
and streamers of .
The new Town Hall would house ment. attendance prize for the Katherine stephanotis.Miss Webb, sister ot trip to South Florida and are now unusual hobby. that of collecting ; our girls. New troop numbers:
the Police Department, as well as The Clerk advised Council that largest number of parents attend- the bride was maid of honor at home to friends in Keystone Mechanical Pencils. His pencil 1\
city offices, and would also be Greyhound Lines had added a ing the meeting was awarded to I Bridesmaids were. Miss Margaret Heights. collection runs the gamut of the (Continued on next Pagel 1

eouipped with two'small cells for new bus to augment the present I Mr. Knox's class.A Webb, also a ;ite-: and Mrs.

city prisoners. _At__ present. Key- schedule. I highlight of the meeting was Vance Powell. They were dressed

THE RIGHT POINT, for the COMMUNITY CHURCH OF the presentation by Wm. M. alike in princess style, blue embossed REDFEARNOFFERS
Beam, president of the Keystone taffeta, and wore black
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
.
way you write. Come in ud select Lions Club of a check for $400 velvet headbands Their nosegay
Dr. James D. Pait Organist, to Mr. Knox to pay for football !bouquets were of pink carnations. YOU
your favorite ESTF BROOK Choir Director. uniforms for the school team. The Michael S. Redfearn was his I
TELEGRAPH.S: Church School 8:45a.m. : :. money was raised by the Lions brother's best man, while Vance f
Fountain Fen. N
Morning Worship 11 a.m. through various projects.Mr. Powell'and C. Bruce AlcKae servedas

Long was introduced by: A. ushers. oW. 6 CycleWashing
I E. Anthony a member of the For her daughter's wedding Mrs. ,
Webb wore a dress of changeableblue -W
SPECIALS
FRONT
LAKE
..- -- Clay County School Board. The
I taffeta worn with a corsage
program was in charge of E. T. I a.
Mrs. Red!earn,
of roses.
White Sand Lake A Good Investment Martin.YYYYYYYYYYYY"YYYYYYYYY1. pink
of chose
mother the 'bridegroom.

LOTS AT $1250
car G. Halverson in Florahome on

These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and FLORAHOMEAND Wednesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark
next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" GRANDIN and Mrs. Clark's sister. Mrs.

Hazel Medlock. from Harlem
By Dane&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA In This Fabulous
visited Mr. Clark's mother. Mrs. ,
S. E. M9KAY REALTOR AUAI Alma Clark Wednesday afternoon
cf last week. /{ z
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Griffin NEW\ 1959ttutpoint
Mrs. Olaf Anderson of Jacksonville -
Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209
Keystone Heights and son. Mike of Palatka were f
visited her brotherinlawand
,oinncr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Os-
sister Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G.
Halverson here last Tuesday.Mrs. -

I Alma Clark had as a din- .. j&t; .. ; :
ner guest last Sunday Mrs. Arlee -
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION Manning of Harlem. /

Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha -

K. Weseman. who was 80

THE years old. were held here in the ,
Church of God on Wednesday at .' "h ''l -<:-..: ;" ,. /
:2 p. m. Rev. William S. Romy of- .; ', . ......-. ". ;'" .;.<... .' 'f"s'j1' ,. / ASHEH
STATE BANK ', ;';> .. r;: '"' b. .
KEYSTONE ficiated.; Interment was in Paran ', !t f-, r ;:. -.: :, ., 1.G.f' !; .
: ;,'.".... ,
.
'
Cemetery at Grandin. Mrs. Wese- _'-.:. '" :.a....... '1. ,(4 t. : :' ; T

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA man died in a Palatka hospitallast
Saturday morning. She was a
native of Iowa but has been a resident -

MJ J J': .1 of Florahome for the past With NEW FULL TIME UNDER-WATER LINT FILTER for LINT-FREE CLOTHES
60 years. She was a member of
the Church of God in Florahome.Mrs. .
December 31, 1958 [ Weseman is survived by her

husband William D. Weseman of $ Trade-in Allowanceon
Florahcme: a daughter. Mrs. A.
D. Preston of Palatka: a son. G. Up To

Warner of Gainesville: a sister. your old model
RESOURCES LIABILITIES Mrs. Florence D. Rabing of Scott's

Bluff, Neb.; four grandchildren l
and three great-grandchildren.j
I Mrs. Minnie Rye of Palatka! 30 MONTHS TO PAY!
Loans and Discounts $85.1,783.Capital Stock j $ 50,000.00 spent several days last week in INTRODUCTORY OFFER

Grandin visiting relatives.Mr. Terms As Low As $3.00 Per Week!
U. S. Government Surplus "- t 60,000.00 and Mrs. J. D. Mikell of
Lake City spent last weekend in
Obligations 817862.13 Grandin with Mrs. Mikell's mother. -
with the Entirely new full-time Hotpoint Under-Water
Mrs. Alma Griffin. The ultimate in convenience is yours
Undivided Profits 7158.25 Lint Filter swirls with the agitator as it traps
Other Marketable Bonds 24,000.00 Mrs. Roberta Mannley of Bost- new Hotpoint Clothes Minder Controls. Every
... unsightly lint where it forms deep in the tub
caller in Grandin last
wick was a
.\ known washable fabric can be washed under exactly
Saturday.ST. II and under the water. Your clothes come out
Cash and Due From Banks 212229.72 Deposits .-.' 1,802,413.07. right conditions .wIth Hotpoint Six Pushbutton speck-free and sparkling clean with a new Hot-

A'S EPISCOPAL Cycles. The right speed and right tem point Equipped with the best filtering system

Banking House 17,322.29 Unearned Discount "_1,a_68.78 ClItT CH. KEYSTONE perature for every fabric"with six distinct cycles. ever devised
M. H. Brryfogle, Minister

Furniture and Fixtures 18,991.02 Morning Prayer and Sermon, '
Reserves 4878.91 9:30: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. .
Holy Communion each first'Sunday. '

Other Assets 1,130.11 Parish Supper each third r t r. REDFEAHuntley N S
Wednesday 6:30: p. m.

Total 1916319.01 Total $1,946,319.01 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn
Copeland Minister of Music and ; : ,. "Where Service Is Assured"PHONE

church organist. l :. i t
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. tL_ ...

m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Junior Mike 9391 KEYSTONE HEIGHTSBRADlORD

Training Union. 6:45: p. m. Even-
ing services 7:30 p. m. ,



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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TEUWRAPH STARKE FLORIDA: TH L1DAt ,JA LTARY-2%. 19j9
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TT'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTKEYSTONE men at her home on Tuesday, I of the courses of their choice as er Sunday Mass at their choir I VVVVVYVVVyYYVV77yyV'? Tolles honored Miss Jane weeD I da Nobles Betty Anne Nelson for the night as he tallied 25

Jan. 13.The chairmen for Key- mfrrmation will be given in se- practice last Wednesday evening. with a bridal shower recently.I George Allen, Pat Hogan. Jon Ann points: for BelL followed by Mason

stone are Mrs. Kitty McGlave and Quence. Personals: MELROSE Those invited were the ladies ot Eichelsderfer ana Heidi Chiappini Bass with 16 and Ronnie Mathis

HIGHLIGHTS Mrs. Pat Pawlikowski.The Mimeographed: Year Book Ma- Stanley Burton and Claude the Episcopal Church. The shower 6th grade: Hilda Wise Cissie I with 15. High scorer for Melrose

Brownies have two new : eiial in cenvenient covers will Bailad of Valdeji.. N. Y. spent last was held in Mrs. Tolles' homo. Lee. Vickie Gornto, John Allen was Larry Cooper with 10 points.
"By Joyce Rothhammer
AA&AAAAA&AAAAIAAAAAAAAAAtCont.irnied members. Virginia Penney and I be available for 25c. Uniformsmay weekend at the home of Mr. and Coffee and cake were served ton Sharon Miller, Joyce Johnson. The Melrose lassies retained

[ from Page One] Roxanne Valldejuli. This brings be ordered at this time. Coffee Mrs. Edward Thiele. They wentn ..aa.aAAAA".AA."AAAAaIr. guests. Many who were un- Becky Mathews, Bobby Ridenour, their number one position in"the

the membership to 12 girls. Plans will be served by the Board. to Hernando. for a visit. Mr. and Mrs Guy Starting and sUe to attend.seat-gifts. end Charlotte'. Addison 5U grade. conference by defeating the Bell

have been assigned as follows: are being made for an Investure Time has been allot ed at the'tloseof Bui ton will return to Keystone family of Starke visited their On January 10, Mrs. Al Watson Thirt igtt made the charmed girls 43-35 to make it 10 victories

Troop 1, under the leadership of Service which will be held as soon each session for a question sand this week to visit again with the daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and gave a Coffee for Miss Webb in circle this six weeks, which is In 11 starts. Bene Strickland top-
made it last
than time. Let'skeep
Mrs. Charles J. O'Connor, has It as the Brownies receive their answer period. Associate membersand Thieles. Mrs. Alvin Tyler and children, her home in Keystone Heights. more the work and makeit ped the Melrose scoring list with

been changed to Troop 190; Troop membership cards from National any others interested in Chief of Police Bill Dermody Beverly and Alvin Jr. About 60 guests attended the Cot- up more good next time. 18 points while Imogene Phihnan

2, under the leadership of Mrs.' Headquarters. learning more about the auxiliary has been ill at home this past Rev. and Mrs. Millard H. Brey- fee which started at 10 a.m. Mrs. even znd Montine Parrish led the

Fremont Tolles, has been changedto 1 I Park-Of-The-Palms ConferenceThe work are invited to attend. week. City Clerk Jack Haberstroh fogle are the proud parents of a Watson presented Miss Webb witha Melrose Junior High losers with 14 and 12 respectively.

Troop 295; and Brownie Troop mid-winter convention of. :March Of Dimes Drive I is acting as Chief during Bill's baby boy born Jan. 10 in Bradford piece of crystal in her chosen Loses To Palatka Friday will find the Bulldogs
Melrose Junior Basketball
The High -
2, under the leadership of Mrs. the Oriental Missionary Society Placards have been placed in all illness. County Hospital. The any pattern. playing the Cedar Key Sharks at

Joe Daurer, has been changed to is being held at the Park-Of-The-I the downtown stores for donations Mr. and Mrs Everett Fox had was named Samuel William. 5fiss Webb was married to l to team lose by put 4 up points a good to fight Pa- Melrose. Tuesday's game win be
only
Troop 229. The Council has extended Palms this week, ending Sunday. to the March Of Dimes. the George Schaeffer family as Friends of Miss Elizabeth Moore Huntley Redfearn of Keystone: latka at the home gym last played against St. Joseph's Academy -

an invitation to all leaders Jan. 25. Next week's meetings, Gordon Sandridge of Orange Parkis dinner guests one night this week will be happy to learn that she is Heights Jan. 17. Thursday afternoon. The final of St. Augustine there.
and troop committee members to ficm Jan. 25 to Jan. 30, will be chairman in Clay
campaign vhile Mary Schaeffer was in the doing fine and is at the Tyus COnvalescent Bridal Shower Given
attend the Annual Council Meeting conducted by Dr. Harold S. Lairdof County. Local chairmen are Mrs. Home in Starke. Mrs. Andrew Dunk score was 27-23. TRINITY EPISCOPAL

on Jan. 22 at 8 p. m. at the Largo, Fla. The public is invited Marty Martin, heading the "Mo- hospital.Mr. of "We are sorry to hear that Mrs. The Melrose Woman's clubhousewas High scorer for the game wasMelrose's CHURCH, MELROSE
Paul
and Mrs. Harvey Jimmy Rye with 10
Peninsular Life Insurance BuildIng to attend these in thers March Polio" and Mrs. II.
meetings on the setting last Thursday eve- M. Breyfogle. Minister
John Tyler has been in the hospi
Melford, Mass. and daughter Mrs. oints and Harry Bussen made
in Jacksonville. Those needing the auditorium the lodge Bud in of the P. .1 I
cr every Anthony charge ning for a bnflal shower given
tal. We hope she will be Sunday School 8:45
_.L. Jchn Stuhre of Roslindale soon five points. Baxter and McGill a. m.
transportation are requested to morning except Saturday at 9:30: L 1\. unve. feeling; better. i Mrs. Andrew P. Dunk) -by Mrs. 1>. 11:15. Episcopal Young
Mass, visited Cypress Gardens. were high scorers for Palatka withP People,
get in touch with Mrs. Fremont a. m., Sundays at 11 a. m. and
Special lleetingCommunity B. Lynn and Mrs. W. O. Preston.
Morning
of Prayer and Sermon
Although the cold weather limited The Melrose Society Neighbors and 7 points respectively. ,
Tolles, phone 4138. J> p. m., and Monday, Wednesday, ChurchA The clubhouse was beautifully 7:30
in 19M m. Hcly Communion
the famous "Water Show", they which was organized Bulldogs Bow to Howthorne Bell p. each
Mrs. Fran Livingston Cookie and Friday evenings at 8 p. ,m. decorated with pink camellias and I first Sunday.
special Congregational meeting thoroushly: enjoyed the gardens. to help supply sick room necessities Poor second and fourth quarters
Advisor for the Girl Scouts in the Clay Memorial Hospital Auxiliary has been called for Sunday, They were accompanied by Mrs. I without cost to those in greenery. proved to be a big downfall i iI

Keystone-Melrose area, had a The Clay Memorial Hospital Jan. 25, fallowing the worship Other Queen. All are guests at need, have at the present time a Mrs. Ray Stedman sang two for the Melrose Bullodgs as they

meeting for the cookie sale chair- Auxiliary has set Thursday Jan. service. to vote on the recom- White Feather Court. full supply on hand. Among tin solos, accompanied at the piano by I were defeated by Hawthorne 65- Health FactsIt
29. for the orientation course for mendation of the Board of Trustees rupplies can be found: wheel- Mrs. Florence Janes.Refreshmen .
Mr. and Mrs. William Siprelleof 146 on their home court last Tues-
active volunteer members. Two and Board of Stewards to call Jacksonville formerly of Key- chairs, crutches, electric blankets, of tea and cake day. In the other two quarters.

LEE'S DRIVE-IN sesions of three hours have been I, Dr. Albert C. Holt to the ministryof stone Heights, called on their and all necessary toilet articles.I. with nuts and mints were served they stayed close. 1 K a proven frntific fart

arranged: one in the morning the Community Church. friends here this week. They will likely be able to supply tJ about 60 guests. Mrs. DunK Jeriel Hutchens and Tim Love : that a vast majority of inflammatory .
many
from 9:30: to 12:30 and at what is needed. To secure whatis
received
one 1959 Auto Tags many nice gifts. topped the scoring honors for the i I div>a>es such as arthritis
THEATREPhone night from 7 to 10 p. m. Completion 1959 Auto Tags will be on sale Dr. and Mrs. J. weekend A. Redfearn of needed, make a personal call at 1lrs.Dunk, is the former Martha v.innersith 25 and 18. respect- rheumatism, neuritis sinusitis etc
cf one of these will Albany, Ga. were guestsof Parish House, where Sue
the Episcopal Robinson and
courses at Walker's Service Station this I was married ivelY. Larry Cooper scored 24 are caused by faulty function of
4113 qualify active members for vol- Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red- the supplies are kept, or telephone in December. internal orpn"l"ndt'r" Chiro
Saturday, Jan. 24 from 9 a. m. to Dr. and Mrs. Redfearn f joints for the Bulldogs, followed
vnteer service and will give two 3 fearn Sr. No. 5-2922 or 5-2261. A Square Dance will be held at pta'ticare normal function H
p. m. Buy your tag in the by Calvin O'Steen with 16.
Hunt-
of
I uncle and aunt
Keystone Heights Fla. hours of service credit. It is requested are the Church of the Parish House Sat-
: county in which you live. The Presbyterian Episcopal : The Melrose girls were cut to restored' >to internal organ thruremoval
that those attending planto Fire Department News ley, Sr. Melrose has been given a large urday night from 8 to 12. It is i avenge this loss, and they did it of nerve pres'.ure.It's .
stay for the full three hours Al Watson. Jr. has been accepted lot on Route 21 half-way between sponsored by the :March of Dimes
JAN. 23, 24, 25 The Fire Department had two in a big way as they crushed the .
in Medical School at Em- :Melrose and Keystone by Mr. Wallace Music will be provided by a band. a fact that Chiropractic restores
calls this past week, but neitherwas orv Al will complete his "PreMed" one of the members. Theyare No admission will be charged, bul: Hawthorne girls 61-37. Melrose'slene health after other method

THE BUCCANEERWith KEYSTONEJEWELERS serious. One was a heater I studies this spring and enter hoping to have it accepted by donations will be taken. Be sure: Strickland took top soring fail --.so you can save $ $ $ $5
fire in house : honors for the night with 27 tal
1\ a on Little Keystone| medical school in September. the Presbytery as a suitable location to attend and support this worthy hj; M'elngyour Chiropractor flrs.t.

Lake and the other a woods fire I! Another honor for Al. heas so that work can soon be cause. lies.It
Yul Brunner and Expert: U'atth Repairing en Fred Mason's land on Crystal I was the same story Friday i Consultation without obligation.
elected secretary of his fraternity started on the church //building. At School News
Quality Line Jewelry Lake. night when the Melrose Bulldogs Phone or Write
Sigma Chi. present, services are held in the This is the week all students I
Charlton Heston faced thp Bell Bulldogs at Bell.
1- Walter M. Muhlhofer Duplicate Bridge Lewis Muir and daughter. Mar- Melrose' Woman's Club. Dr..J. have been looking forward to. It's I I DR. H. G. BOLLIN'GER
The boys lost. the girls
Winners won.
at the Jan. 12
Dupli- .caret: visited Miami over the R. Neale is the pastor. The Sun- time for semester exams. Exams I CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
Bell jumped out in front 28-12
cate Bridge Club session in the weekend. day School and Nursery are held will ''be held Monday, Tuesday, anC I
Woman's Club were Mrs. Louise I after the first Quarter. added to 728 E. University Ave.
in a nearby building donated for Wednsday. Thursday and Kndaj) ,
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE Mrs. Laura Southerland's moth their lead in the second
Logsdon and Lewis Kyle. Second their use by J. V. Slade. Both: there will be no school. Got t() quarter, Gainesville, Phone 6-3238

Men's, Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes place went to Mrs. Alice Kitchumand I er Mrs. Walter Washabcugh of the Palatka and Gainesville Presbyterian -I give the kids a couple of days tc) end caught Melrose cold in the .
,
her daughter._ Mrs., Georee_ _n Ashland. ,-Va.- -will spend... -the- win, Church have been very. rtct nr offer: all: thatintnsivf.. _. I third quarter. 18-2 and went onto 426 N. Walnut St.
-- -- -
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Phelps. Third place winners were ter in Keystone witn Air. ana generous; in assisting the Melrose bin "Ok-- win. 75-30. Starke. Phone WO 4-2881

Mrs. Joy Baker and Mrs. Bee Mrs. Southerland.Mr. group. The Readren TV Service gave Wayne Welch took top honors

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, OwnerPAUL'S Cooper. and Mrs. W. G. Allen of The Melrose PTA will hold a Melrose High School a TV set lasLweek5 .

The club meets each Monday Atlanta, Ga. visited Mrs. Allen's Ham Supper in the Melrose High The set will !toe used in

night at 7:30 p. m. in the Wo- brother, Tom Southerland, last School Cafeteria Jan. 31 from 5:30 conjunction with the grammar

man's Club. All players are welcome Friday afternoon.Mr. to 7:30 p.m. The price will be school in the music department.A TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

from Keystone and surrounding and Mrs. Dewey Hiatt of 1.25 for adults. 75 cents for children meeting of the Beta Club was

SUNDRIES? communities. Albion. Ind. have arrived for the with children under 6 pay- held Wednesday afternoon.

ChURCh NEWS vinter. They will be at their Keystone ill!! 50 cents. A free basketball The Principles' Council held the

Melrose Where Friends Meet! Baptist Church home for apprqximately six game by the men in the commum- regular meeting Monday after- SAVE Hundreds of Dollars
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smith spent weeks. ty will be held in the gymnasium noon. They discussed the problems -I'

FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES last Wednesday and Thursday Dr. and Mrs. John E. Davis of following the supper. Make plans of the school and then decided

Jan. 14 and 15. in Jacksonville attending Rohobeth Beach, Md., have arrived now to be there. to 'hold a Valentine's Danceon

the Florida Baptist Evangelistic and will spend the winterin Miss!' Jane Webb Honored February 14. On New 1959 FORDS
The Honor Roll students for last
Conference at the First their home in Keystone. With Shower, Coffee.
Baptist Church.A Mrs. C. R. Hook and Mrs. C. 1. six weeks have been announced.
L A. Baker new Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Williamsof Those making all A's for the sEt I
Insurance heating system has been
CompanyRepresenting also in Key-
Perryville, Md. are
who don't have to get
installed in the church and from some a way weeks were: Carol Rothhammer,
NEW FORD CARS
tone for the winter. They are
to church. 6th
8th Cheryl Cherry
reports it is grade;
supposed to be "Just 18
.Wonderful." winter neighbors of the Hiatts'and Patsy "Brian and Martha grade; and Kenneth Tomunson

Community Church the Davis'. Green were guests of Linda and Sara Baldwin, 5th grade. Others AND TRUCKSTO
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. The Mr. and Mrs. Watson Harden- Brookins Sunday evening for sup- making the Honor Roll with
Men's Club of the Community -
And Church will hold dinner- bergh left Keystone for a week-. per. all A's and B's are: Ilene Strick- CHOOSE FROM

I meeting in the Educational Build end trip last Thursday afternoon Boatdrain Baptist Church land, jessanna lerrell. Myrtle Rid-

I CONTINENTAL CASUALTY ACCIDENT & HEALTH ing on Monday. Jan. 26. at 6:30: and returred: on Sunday evening. There were 23 attending the aught, and Ellel McKlveen 12
i visited Daytona Beach.. Mark Calvin O'Steen Dale Jfal
Col. David They study ourse in the book of grade;
And HOSI'ITALIZATION p. m. Nelson;; will take
:reservations: until Sunday even- Cape Canaveral, and Cocoa Beach.. last Wednesday night. This was lin, Carol Hansen, and Philip .i Low Overhead and Sales Volume

Phone Keystone Heights 3513; >np Jan. 25. Accompanying them on the trip I the largest number yet to attend. Mann, 10th grade; Larry Linsin. Enables Us To Sell For LESS!
The were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brokas.Mr. .. We hope there will be more this Carol Hurst, Jeanette Ahrano, and
Community Church Choir
DAY OR NIGHT; I und'-r the direction of Dr. JamesD. and Mrs. Brokas went on fo]I week as this is a very interesting Doris Ford, 9th grade; Margaret
Sarasota and will return to Key-. study. Slade, and Virginia Ford, 8th
Pait. is interested in acquiring Your Authorized Ford Dealer
-- rW members. The choir meets stone on Thursday of this week.. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn- grade; Wade Matchett, Mary Ruth

well the ing Worship. 11 Training Perry, Glenda Herren, 7th grade:
every Thursday evening at 7:30 Work is underway on a. m.;
KEYSTONE GAS: COMPANY V.. Union 6:30 Evening Wor- Gayle Cross, Mike Goodman Glen-
0.> m. Anyone interested in join- new home for Mr. and Mrs. E. p. m.;
ing is requested to contact Mrs. Widegren and family on Lake ship, 7:30: p. m. and Prayer meeting -

DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE Gladys: Haberstroh. phone 4195. Geneva. When completed, the Wed. night 7:15: p. m. Pastor AIL YOUR POTS AND PANS STAY

St. Anne's Episcopal Church Widegrens will move here from I Rev. Orville Brookins. Everyone

Day Phone SAF Nile Phone Rev. Breyfogle and Carl A. Wis- Kingsley Lake. welcome.
GAS
4351 2582 'lup, clerk of the Vestry, will attend Glove Glean
the 116th Annual Council of: St. WJliam'ff Catholic Chapel Whit /

COOKING the Diocese of Florida in Pensa- Keystone'! Height
HEATING WATER HEATINGMost
cola en Tuesday and Wednesday
Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m.
Jan. 27-28. The Rt. Rev. David
Holyday Mass at 7:00
Complete Line of House : a. m.
; Heating Equipment in North -
Richards, Missionary Bishop of
Tuesday Mass at 8'00: a. m.

Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First Central America, will be the Confessions before all Masses. MODERN AUTOMATIC .'
PI eacher. One of the main pro- Baptisms, marriaees and instructions -

jects under discussion will be expansion by appointment.TTTTTTTi .
of work among college

WELL DRILUNG., Pumps Service and university Parish Supper students.The was. held VT VVVVTVVVVVYVUI ELECTRICCOOKING

last night at 6:30 p. m. Hostesseswere GRIFFIS, LOOP
TERMS AVAILABLE
Mrs. Lawrence LaMee Miss

Sara Mansfield and Mrs. C. J. .

Prompt Service Free Estimates O'Connor. A spaghetti supper was By Vcrble AndersonAAAALLAAAAAALAAj4j4
served instead of the usual covered -
,
The dish Executive supper.Board of the Wo- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffis I'll see you at the... b clean as an electric lignt bulb hite f \ \

RALPH E. MATHEWSP. man's Auxiliary held a meeting and cnildien of Palatka visitedMr. glove clean! There are no messy flames- !' j {E1IF77J

en Monday morning at 9:30 a. m.. Griffis parents, Mr. and Mrs. no smoke no ugly soot, no grime or greasy

0. Box 528 Melrose, Fla. Under the direction of Mrs. C. H. Arnold Griffis, last Thursday.Rev. : film. AU your pots and pans'-walls arid % j

PHONE GR 5-5101 I Baylor. president the group discussed and Mrs. Orville Brookins i I curtains, too-stay new looling longer ---...
ways and means of raising and members of Boatdrain Bap 1 with, less cleaning. less care! Go modern! '
money for the church expenses tist Church attended the mass
Move up to today's cleanest,safest,coolest, -. -.
T haf Our and the building fund. meeting at Hampton Baptist methods! L 4 I -.
Business -, : fastest, MOST MODERN cooling .
The Young People's Group: of St. Church last Thursday night. We I '
Cook better live better electrically!
If It's Glass We Have 111 I Anne's has 15 members. This won one of the banners, and the I ,. I
New River Baptist Church ., V
CALL WRITE or VISIT group meets each Sunday evening won '- -- -
from 7 to 8:30.: the other one. 4 -. p

I St. William's Catholic Church We are very sorry that Mrs. q t 04 4.4V .
.
Joe Peters Glass I Co. The Altar Society held a meet Annie Hardenbrook is ill at her t.v )

ing Tuesday evening at 7:30: p. home. We wish her a speedy re- S
(i .
t FOR ANY GLASS NEED n:. in the church hall. Presidingwas covery. I ?1 ._ '. 1). ;
We Design Modem Store Fronts Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski in placeof Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookinsand tw _

Just Mail Us A Pattern for Mrs. Harold Sutton who is out daughter, Linda, visited Mr. and Gisptfill Pint*lantfoa WIRE .... t !
of town. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian Sun- :
Table
Tops
The choir under the directionof I TAMPA J : -
(1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann. start- day.Miss Martha Green was guestcf ;i Honda's'faattst BEATS ; I ;

ed rehearsing the music for East- Patsy O'Brian Sunday. fWRUARY FIRE .rl/ ,. i : :

...n Eugene Griffis spent Sunday :Amnl ( .

nth his son and daughter-in-law 3-14 "'; J

MARY\ CARTER SAYS: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Griffis. Attricti a ;: ; L :

Miss Patsy O'Brian spent Friday f'i i: .
and Saturday her Sec all of these events ,. ..!.. .
with grand-
!
aid features
Paint Your House mother, Mrs. Annie Hardenbrook; i'

f Now For HALF-PRICE- who is illJames the ROY t_ -,
j)4 ? t O'Brian visited his boy .
If cheaper to go iB-elecbic in your kitchen 1
friend. Mike Chitty .
: Saturday. ROGERSShow and laundry than to use a combination j ;
\ Calvin Reams was guest of
of fuels.
James O'Brian Sunday. Ii

.1 Rev. Orville Brookins and 12'r.bF: jifi

\[J T5FREE f Thomas OBJian went hunting. Starrii and Dale Roy Evan Rogers -'---.-. -' _-_ -I -

this week for a bus for the church. -as er

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Oar attendance in Sunday_
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THURSDAY. JANUARY !!. 1959!) BRADFORD! COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA p.\:;= .XTCE
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First Christian Church ;St.- .Mark's Episcopal Mount Moriah Methodist, service on Sunday with the pastor { Shell. Others expected to ,enroll 1-E A. GAINCTdc OF T1i.i.. _
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Church "Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor in charge. He was .assisted by I!jre I. C. Jelson. E. W. Thomp- OTIn Fm

I Morning worship, 11 a.m. Her. Raymond f:. MacBlaln wffl told regular church services ,tteV" J. P. Rranilin., StatesgelitwtioT"an Evan-1.11 tins. Eddie 'Ibompl ns. M. Taylor 'a .\D)1%Is'k.\'k 1 X .
TO ALL MAT CONCERN'
Rev. J. E. Sherwood :all day Sunday starting with otthced' the WHO
:: pastor approaching -
.and S. C. Price. N tie given that I
ACHDRCH NEWSMethodist Sunday School 10 ajn. Sunday Services-9:45 ajn. Church School, Bro.'Robert' Dell, State Con"mt1on.rhe have filed ny betey fil returns as administrateIx -

Youth Churcn 7 p.m. (:?hurch School; 11:00 &.111., Morn- acting as Supt. During the morning I music iras furnished by' the choir!- of estate of E A.

I ng Prayer and Sermon. : I!. The r.nnty Jv t welcome .
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, worship oar District Supt. who was happy to back And For Bradford' (...ty. Flori 1.Utln final 41Mrgf

7:30 p.m. Holy Communion-FIrst Bun- Rev. E. M. Hurley will be -with us. one of the solist Jessie Mae da. In Probate.Df that wU apply to the honorableThersn

.,.. I Adult Choir practice 6:45 p.m. lay 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday. The evening worship will begin SewelL ] Deceased.XOTICB RE: Estate. ..f. Fred 6ny 'Jones, Bradford .County.Jvra. Florida Oo *ty, de\of at 10:00:

I Wednesday. 'f:30 ajn. : at '7 p. m. The pastor asks all Daring the Invitation to 'Joiners, TO CBKUITORS A.M. on Monday. Jaoal % ,1>59

ChurchChurch At The TabernacleThe i Ladies Council 1st And 3rd Wednesday-7:00 pjn., Choii1 members to be present.'Impressive1 :E. R. Shell joined and was ac- i! All creditors of the estate of Fred final for approval discharge of as administratrix same for of

Tuesday nights.Everybody Practice; 7:45 PJIL, Litany and : funeral'services were held at the I ccpted by the 'church as a full (c\GUY notified Jones and deceased required to arn file hereby any the estate o E. A. Gainey. decev ed.

School for all sees, Sunday morning service at I welcome to each Bible Study. church -fast Sunday for the late member. .He has been singing in !1 claims! or demands which they may Dated ( December tb 1958at.
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9:45: a. m. Morning Worship 11 the Gospel Tabernacle was delivered service. CHURCH f i Sister Lula Jones past assistant I.: the choir for over a ;year. He was have;I of again/tbe County said estate Judge in of the Brad-office Stark aj i BETTY Bradford GAINET.Administratrix County. Forda

a m. Nursery and Junior Church by Dr. Lattrell former FAITH BAPTIST 3apt. The funeral arrangements: also voted in as a full member of \1 ford XVunty. Florida in the conrUhon of the -EUte

provided for children during our I pastor of Calvary Baptist Church ITJGIILANtJi Lawtey were made by Mrs. L. 'M. Royal, the deacon board of the church ', ; !'e *t Starke. Floridawithin of E A Gainey, df'cl'f.-::

morning service. MYF at 6 p. m. Bradenton. He is now residing at I I i BAPTIST CHURCH A. E, Massey. Pastor former Layleader,' while the pro which now gives them 'a quorum
:E\ening Worship Service 7:30 p. lake Geneva while doing representative Sunday School 9:45: : a. m. Bible school, 10 a. m. mUD was planned by Mrs. M. E. cf 3 which1 isrnecessary for an'off f :IIOU<,... Each claim or demand must Im T. .Cat .."P'. (.srt
Preaching, 11 a. m. boo in writing *nd mast state the Of _at1, FloridaIN
m. work for the Vieques Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Roberts and presided over by Rev. ficial board meeting.Deacon Andrew -
]place of residence and .
post-office HF.: -K 1ate of
Tuesday 9:30: a. m. Prajer Mission: Station Puerto Rico. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Damon DeU. former pastor of the Allen, chairman extended i address' of the claimant and must' ''G: E SWANBOH -

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Bible Study and Prayer Meetng deceased and former District be sworn to by the claimant hisagent. Ieea aed.NOTICE .
group sponsored by WSCS, each Dr. Luttrell spoKe of the work warm words of acceptance and .
: or his attorney. or it will become TO (12I11ITOR
week. Everyone invited. being done in the West Indies George CkLsm pastor. Everybody 7:30 pm., Wednesday.Radio Supt.} Supt. 'Many thanks to the appreciation to Deacon'Shell and void according to law. All persons having claim !or il...

welcome. program, 8 to 8:30 community choir for music under January 2.! U:3S.! mands the of
Wednec1ayStory Hour forprinia" via radio station WIVV, which is i expects to hold a board meetingsoon. 1 against estate Agnes
a. each Sunday over statiocVRGR : the direction of Supervisor Shell. Charles M. -Scbmitt. w.nom deceased are hereby ..no
under the direction of his
son .
a"3 group 3:30 p. m. Charles M. NhDlit"Atfminl'trator to thfir
Prayer Meeting and Bible' Study Don Luttrell. Mrs. Luttrell sang a LAWTEY CHURCB OF CHRIST Starke. The favorite song of Sister Jones Choir rehearsal each .WedIl S- of the Estate of daunts In 1M rEoirf( of tho fil.CountyJttdge

1:1\! n. Chancel (presently meeting in City Hall) was Yes God Is Real, which oay at Jenkins Elementary School. Fred rOy Jones deceased. of Bradford County, Florida.
rn. Choir rehearsal First publication
solo.Memters HEILBRONXBAPTIST lUO ART on January 8. Starke. Florida, within eight calendar -
8 p. m.HAMPTON. of the congregationhave Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., was rendered by the choir. The 'public is invited to participate 1959. month from the date of the

f attended special meetings worship, 11 a. in- CHURCH The family of the late Rev. in tilts group as It is 'a part US 4T 1-29 firct publication of .this nol< .or
.. Bible Sunday Schoor 10 a. m. Morn the fame will become wtd-
Evening-Young people's -
CHRISTIAN during the week at Green Cove James W. Robinson wishes to ef 'the free adult education pro- .
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening I. Ch-r*lt roort. Braifcrd ('..atT. ing to law. This January 1:. 1959.DOROTHY
7:30.
CHURCH and Park of the Palms. study 7; preaching, thank the many friends for sympathy gram of Bradford County. Your Florida i la CttaoveryVierdena -. "AONES SWANBrtM

I Wednesday-Bible study 7:30p. Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training and services rendered during enrollment fee is just $2 for the '! M. Hingel.! Plaintiff. vs. Adiattratrl of the Estate of
Sunday School, Sunday 10 a. m. Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. :Mid John W. RhtgeL' Defendant, n..l S\anlQI deceased.
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH the passing of our dear one. year. Join next Wednesday. Arata fouls .
m., morning worship 11 a. m.; Radio Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes Cane No. 12-617
Premiliennial Fundamental ProgramStation Many beautiful fIO''ers"ere also Williams, reporter. XOTICE TO APPEARTo Starke, Florida.
f'le:1ing"r'r*hip. 7:30 7:30 :
: p. m. Prayer WRGR Mcaday 6:3p a. m. day p.m. : John \V. Ringel. whose reslarn Attorney for Administratrix
:Meetir Tuesday: evening, 7:30r. : Missionary. Seven miles south of received. May God pour out his Ebcnezer Baptist Church I e Is Norfolk Virginia and .Fist Publication January 15. 1959

Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- HIWAY CHAPEL richest blessings upon each of Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.E whose address l il: N. A. S. H. S. :3, Ills 4t 2,5

-. In. ham pastor. E1MGSUE7 LAKE ASSEMBLY OF GOD you is our prayer.. Vera C. Cole- D. Robinson pastor held re-' Norfolk Virginia. -- -- .
: MISSIONARY BAPTIST I Ton are hereby notified that a O
Sunday School 10 a., m., Wor- Morning G. M. Osborae, Pastor man, reporter.Allen 'gular" services starting 'with Suiiday'School -'I''I'I :: suit for divorce has been filed again I. Cal XuTUIJ(.ar. ,8F1O ral.r. ...

,ship, 11 a. m.. Training Union, 1 Suaday School 9:45 ajn. Sunday School, 10"a. m. Morning Chapel AME Cburt'hAllen at'10 a: m. Supt. Henry t you in the above named Court Ie" Anl.
,11 Evening : and cause and are required to th (' I Plaintiff, ,'
lcrsMp a.m. yon '
[!: ELg VERSE | p. m., Evening Worship 8 p. m. I'I Bryant in charge. The morning i. f.
j Ij Service 7:30: pjn. Prayer Meetinf Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic Chapel A. M. E. Church I: serre a eopy of yoor answer or Robert T. C.nlln. Defendant

I Wednesday Prayer meeting Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will and everting worship'services I pleading to -eftuplaint nn thE'Piaintlff''I Case No. i-,
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every- !' Attorney Green & Green. NOTICE APPEAR
7:30: p. in.Everyone. weekly service. ,Invitation observe regular trustee day on conducted by the"rpastor and in- T *
prayer To _
one welcome.-Key. ILL. Mott, Stark Florida. and fib the original : ( klil whMe residence -
welcome. extended to everyone. Sunday starting with Sunday culded Holy Communion. The ;, hi pastor. pastor preached of "The Christian Circuit Court on or before the > 1 I You are l.r.bJ notified first a
School. Irene Thomas Supt. in
I I day of February.' 1!!59! ; otherwisethe I suit for diTorr been filed .-
0,. NORTH.SIDE. CHURCH OF GOD St. Edward's Catholic Church charge; Prof. Eddie Thompkins in A FTe'Room! Ifous ". His pray- 1 i(I a 11"{;at inns of said Complaint' galnst you in the above naaed Curt

,,)to ,, BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Starke Florida chairman .of the trustee board er'at the close of the sermon set |I wiU he tak.n as ronffsaed by you. and fa.w .and ron are

"" Sunday School, 10 a. in. Morn' Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Sunday Mass at lOa. m. asks all members to make financial the church afire and made all I'I: .nce This each notice week shall for four be published'onll't'1J. Ira enpof to tbe corapbuat jour answer oa tile. rpleading

l' ing Worship. 11 a. m. Training Evening Service, 7:45 p. In. YPB Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. &; reports to leaders so that wemeet hearts ready to receive communion. tive weeks in tile Bradford County Plaintiffs Atorn.E K Teiiry-
Union, 6:3o: p. m. Evening Wor- 'f the rally'in Tiegraph. man, .
Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. In. 5:30 m.Weekday. our churches monthly bud Don't rget
p. '
tl. Dated! this 7 day of January. 1939. and file the office
.- -:>: ship, 7:30 u. m. Prayer Meeting'Wednesda Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m. Mass at 8:00: a. m. Match for the improvement of (OFFICUL SEAL) Of the Clerk n of iRa i 't COU

be }, 7:30 p. m. Everyone LAWTTT Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 get.There will be a musical extra the church. We need indoor toiletfacilities Charles: A. Darby Os or before the 1ft day of ),
For precept mn:>t upon
Ui' '
Clerk of the Circuit Court I ; otherwise the of
precept precept upon precept; elcome.Rev.. H. R. Carter, Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn P. m. vaganza on Sunday at 2:30: p. m. for men and women of Py Marian L. Crosby! Deputy saTd Complaint will aDf'gatoA t.a.

line upon line line upon line herea Pastor. ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service .Baptisms, marriages-"and instruction 'sponsored by the Lake City District the Church. Each captain Is asked Clerk confessed by you.
little and there a little. li' 4T 1-%' This notice shaft be
Saturday, 7:30 p. m. ? bx, "P1'QDJ t. Missionary Society, Mrs. E. to report not less than onehundred .:...:-- each week for four lbJbnc
ISAIAH 28:10 AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH f T #' i
r.r Givens, president. President dollars. Ranch English reorter. NOTICE weeks in the Bradford County Tele
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Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: Morn .
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYYVYYYYYYVYYYVVYYYY1YVVyYYVYVYNEWS (3ivens: asks an mission workersn IWILLiO'r.Bi PO\SIBLR Dte
this 13
I ing Worship 11 a m. Training: I the county and community to Curriculum 'Construction FOB,AXY AKBTS HIDE BY ANY.0K day e ..a.nr.u
TO COLORED
Sunday School 9U.1\[. Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor OF INTEREST elementary OThER THAN )SELF. John Court Seal)
I A graduate"course In -
S,upport this program. F.. Wall. 3rd. IS: 4t1-:>>
ship 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayei BRADFORD COUNTY will Charles A. Darby, .Clerk Of the
Morning Worship 11 A.M. CITIZENS OF Junor choir rehearsal each curriculum construction Circuit Court.

Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m,. vlonday afternoon. Junior Church be offered during second semester la c.-a .Ia4f'a (.'*.rt Ie 'M For Bv Martan L Cro oy, UeTmty

Training Union 6:15; P.M. Everyone welcome. Ozora J. Shell Jones Elementaryin Bradford Co ntr, Florida.In Clerk.
By ;ach Tuesday at 5 p. m. May Loiss at A. Quinn re: Estate of 1-5 I %-$

. . . . president. Parents are urged to Gainesville. Persons from.
Evening Woshrip 7:30 P.)[. EVERGREEN AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJObituary AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAA ;tnd children to these activities. Bradford County who enrolled 1 IS Til CIRCUIT COfRT, IASD FOR a.\DFOR(I TT. FLOR

PRAYER MEETING BAPTIST CHURCH able to bring you a better physical :2. J. Givens. reporter. I Monday night included Joseph D. 10- AT LAW MXHOrSTON
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Wednesday' 7:30 P')(. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching The late Lula Jones Wilson was plant and first run pictures in tntioch Baptist Church Green. 'S. D. Williams, M. Finley, TEXAS GAS AND OIL PCORPORATION

11 a. m. Training Union 6:3 the daughter of Salie Halting and the very near future. Antioch Baptist Church Rev. M. B. Wheeler. D. B. Richardson. a corporation, ) .",
Petitioner, Jn.
p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayei I North Carolina Oct. E. R. Shell. A. T. Chandler, O. R. .
was born in Anderson Junior High : eorge W. Lee pastor held regular P 5OTICR OF

Madison Street Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -. 25 1889. She died at her homeon Anderson Junior Tigers and i et MADELINE EDWARDS, et YU I 1 ( D"N.'TOl
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Pine Street Jan. 13, 1959. She Tigerettes will meet Douglass IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT IX AND FOR BRADFORD COl XTT. FLORIDA 'Defendants. J o' aIN '

Baptist Church PENTECOSTAL CHURCH HOLINESS moved to Starke in 1914, in 1919 School of High Springs in a dou- AT LAW iO. mE'mUlE* AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATB OF

she was married to Eugene Jones ble header on Friday Jan. 23. FLORIDA:
(900 Block W. Sunday School 10 MornIng TEXAS GAS AND Oil P I TO.WHOM IT MAY. CONCERN. And .
Madison St. I a. m.; Keller. She HOr- roN p- ?
by the late Rev. J. J. Coach Johnson has high hopes of CORPORATION a corporation I .

Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic was converted during the pastorate winning both games The publicis Petitioner, J Parcel Owner Et'W... ... E"tf..t

J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor services. 7:30 p. m. of the late Rev. H. W. Bartley invited to attend. CARRIE COLBERT vs. a widow, P) NOTICE OF CO\DEM\ATIOS Yalar

.. .. I Wednesday Prayer Meeting and joined Mt. Moriah Methodist On Jan. 28 a wonderful play etal I 1 Madeline'Edwards and spouse, I Non .-_ .. 5Th.JImarried
7:30 p. HL. Defendants. J
Church where she served faith- will be presented by the teachers 706 liaight StreetSari

fully until her death. She was a and students of the first and fifth IX THE NAME ANT! BY THE AUTHORITY Of THE STATE UK Francisco, California

BAPTIST member of the choir, assistant grades, directed by Miss A. B. TO.FLORIDA WHOM. IT: MAY.: COXCKKN, And '- 2 Cecil Crawford Nona h U."
FIRST Church StarkeRev. Rt. 1, Box M
-- supt. of Sunday School and chair- Anderson music by Mrs. Z. P. Parcel OvrmtT ERUbraMfP., F.-tl..t. Lawtey, Florida {" -
man of the boards of the church. Jennings. The program will beginat vals.

Lewis D. Haines Pastor She leaves: to mourn her loss two 8 Patrons and friendsare 3 J. S. Sapp, Jr. Mortgage payable h. f 6t.f*
m. None"
p. 1 Carrie Colbert a widow HIQ.QtI2SO.OO Rt. 1. Box SiLawtey. The Florida Bank
grandsons which include Sgt. urged to attend. PTA attend Box 464Pelleglade Flori" Starke. Starke j.lorlda
Jefrerson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Cecil Ellis and famiy and a host ance contest has been initiatedby Florida dae 1.z.4. r ordt .
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Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium WO 9-2301 of other sorrowing relatives and President Linwood Crawford.The Ernest' Colbert' RC1ri rt'paymta -

friends. class with the largest attend- Pox 464Beflglade, Florida. $00.00. -

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M 7:30 P.M. Laid To Rest ance of parents will be given a < James .}Wajnwright .. Mortgaea payable to: $ ."$
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citizen of Any and all other person, afldrefws P. O. Box 44SM5 .- Land Bank CommfsstoB
Louis pioneer the
Mabry citation and other honors at
unknown wko claim any North Clark ASrire, enkuOwa ..
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.\ Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. Brooker and New River was fune- end of the school term. Parentsare right title or interest as heJra or Starke Florid .. .' dated 11-Z3-33. recorded ..

ralized on Sunday at 12 noon at I asked to attend the meetingsso Nathaniel Colbert, de<
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. the New River Church with Rev.I. that your child's class may win : Herbert S. Norman and ilnrlar .None ':tn.08 .|.urinl. repayment OS

B. .Johnson of Jacksonville of- in this contest. If ;you have children Iff Norman his wife
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Route No.1. Fox SO and to all persons or parties havingor of SW\i of NWU and the NEHof
ficiating. The final rites were very in several ,classes your attendance Lawtey, Florida claiming any right, title interest, \NE of NWU of Section 17,

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH impressive with Russell Green will count in each class. 3 D. R. Redding and Frances OenNone () estate, mortgage; or other kin to. Township 5. South, Range %East,
I Bradford County. Florida, moreparticularly
taking the leadership in directing The next regular meeting will be eva Redding bis wife and In those' certain parcels of land as follows, to-
Florida,
114Lawtey situate in Bradford County. I derif4
traffic and the line of march assisted Tuesday, Feb. 2, which is "Ground P.AX Florida hereinafter described together with wit:

by his daughters. Mrs. Hog Day C. C. Anderson, Princi- nIl unknown> persons daiisiag. by. Beginning at a point In the west
The 1. 4 Nelson I? Blooker and Clara H. None f%,000.10 through and under known persons line of the E% of g of theSW
perfect tribute to f \ Charity Williams. loyal community pal, C. Johnson reporter. Biocker his wife who are drad. and who are not ;4 of said. t.l ,* said point

patron wishes to thank Mr. RJE P. O. Box 37Jacksonville known to be dead or alive.WHEREAS. ting 170 feet more or less north-
a cherished memory .- .. High Beach Florida ., .. Ilor.STON: TEXAS' and along said line from the
Russell for the wonderful -
and family
RJE Tigers and Tigerettes will GAS ANt: Oil. CORPORATION, a w>.tb..t corset thereof; and run-
assistance and the way in and to all persons or parties Having P1 of the "W"I' of Section 17, corporation has filed its Petitionin ning thence North 50 degrees 0<
Every funeral that we conduct which they helped with funeral. meet Duval Vocational High or claiming any right. title. tnterwit. PawiMihip 5 South, Range 22 East! eminent domain proceedings In minutes East a diltan(1 of 855 feet
School on Friday night, if the estate mortgage or other lien Being lands ownedby Herlwt S, the above entitled Court against the to its point of exit in the East line
is a source of sustaining She stated that words were inadequate 8 to and inho!>e' certain parcels' of 'Gorman arid Mudar I** Norman, his. whose nam-s and place of of the K' of SWM of the XWI. of
weather at
starting
permits, p. Jlr.oat
solace and I to say how helpful the land situate in FTadford county.Florida. *lfe. Route No.' "1. Box !80, Lawtey residence are brrelnabove set f rfh; Section 17, Township 5 *
spiritual inspiration m. Coach Wilson and his En hereinafter described to- Florida" and identifiedas line hat the defendants In smh cauxe, 22 East. re-entering th* subject pro-
to the family. f Green family was on Sunday. She gineers have a very strong team Kt-ther with aU unknown personsclaiming' to *3 BRAD 99. intf bml wherein the aid Petitioner prrty at a point in the south line
J wanted the community to know : by, through and dead.under1nown and PARCEL "NO. 3 (TD. R. Redding, F. ks to condemn an estate in the of the NE' oft:' of NW% of
and expects to take the bacon persons who are '
et ux) is Section 17, Township Range
Hundreds of details are managed and economical-, that their help was deeply appreciated back to Jacksonville. Coaches alive whj are not. known. to be dead or A strip of land fifty feet in width It folowia In described the Petition property filed as injaid 22 F.llt said pint b;-rng lutb. 0' fee

Iy attended to that only a trained and careful by the family and Butler and Shell plan to keep the WHEREAS. HOUSTON TEXAS steading; la ft. nfrtlierly-.and 25eet cause, so- that the same mal less \ and aiong''
friends. GAS AND OIL CORPOEAJION. a southerly from:: the following de, be uoed for right of way purposes, Hne from the luth..al't corner tb.re
organization can perform when the urgent need Carnation Club I bacon home. Extra added attract corporation has filed its Petition ia ; crihed survey line and traversing and all incidents thereof, for the ,o and running thence North 51 degrees
for is (ion will be -a basketball game between eminent domain proceeding In the L >ts 3 and 4, b.-inR the N% of theVTVli I location and construction of naturalga 55 mInutes East a distance of
at hand.DeWITT
serving The Carnation Social Saving above entitled foutt against theperion'whose : of the XEtf. of Sectirm 17'j transmission pipelines to-wit: 424 feet to its point of exit in the
Club held their second regular the RJE teachers and C. C. names And" places or I Township S South, flange 22 Parcel No. 1 (Madeline Edwards) cast line of the NEt of NKVi of
Anderson Jr. High teachers tonight hereinahovp set forth I Bradford!: County, Florida mnre xv1i of Section 17. Township i
C. JONES residence are I A strip of land fifty feet in width
meeting for the year at the homeof Thursday at 8 p. m. This being the defendants in s.urh Cause, I artjpularly doscnhed as follows extending 15 feet northwesterly and South Range 22 tt.B..ing .
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mrs. Rabana Clark with Presi- and wherein the said Petitioner I isee'ka o wit, : : following lands ownt by J. S. app,
AMBULANCE from
SERVICE 35 feet auutheaat.rl.y
will be a female battle. The for 'condemn an estate ra the Beginning at a point in the west th Jr.. Route I, Box '5. Lawwy, F1 jrtda
and .
PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 dent W. Brooks in charge. The mer champions of RJE which in following .dencrlhod property a9! is line of the XU of the ? %V'. of the] described txn 22 of survey Woodlawn Rub- t and inuontified .Lina List No.23BRAD97 .
for the included set forth in the Petition riled In NE' of sail So'tion 17. Said point tVI & 101 -
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT program year clude "Moot" Chandler and oth- i did cause,' so that tbe same may being 6*>i) feet more or less southerly di\.jon. Jid lot being the NWU of! Parcel No. 4 Iiames P Wainwright'
continuation of visitation to community I bo. used for the,right of, way.pur:-, and along said line from Inc SBH o NWli of Section 17. Town"hip A strip of land feet in width
life insurance polcy in force issued ANY ers will also meet the seniors of Bradford
by as 5 South, East -
company, churches. The group will, poses and aU Incidents thereof for I northwest corner thereof: and running Ranr 2 extending IS ft. northwesterly and 31
payment in part or ia full on funeral services. Consultation RJE team led by Captain Johnny the location and "construction ot thenre North 51 degrees 39 County, F-ora more particularly -! ft southeasterly from tbe followingdescribed
visit Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Jackson and Co-Captain Jimmie natural gas transmission. pipeJineK minute East a distance pf S28 fprt df'It'rlbf'd folos tolt; survey line and
carries no obligation. Church. Rev. L. McKay, pastor to-wit: to its point of exit in the norm line T>ginning at a te west the FEtt of NEU and !trvE'nln.
I has Scott. Don't miss these two week Parcel Land 'No. 1 (Carrie Colbert, of the N>i of th- :xw'4 of the .'.tS: "" I line,,of Uie XU'V. of SK'4 UtNWH I and' WH of NWU of SE sod
Feb. 1. at 11 The club ,
a. m.
of 17. south Ofsaid 17 said
Section Townoblp.i point
end attractions. Several game&ca'e a widow, et al) tlIJ NE% of1.. of Et of Sectioa
received eight new members: Mesdames in Range 22 East. '. ': f'.. :: being 1-7 toot northerly and along .' 21East.
A strip of land fifty feet Range
2 6,
been postponed due to bad Peing lands owned ti.U. K.< Redding the southwest corner! 1o1rhlp Soth
Lela M. width etendtng' f5 "fee\ 'nnrthwsrtr !)tom .
Annie Johnson, 'lorld3
and Frances (;ene'a Redding, running North'it Eadford
tnence
LOCAL MANAGER FOR 1 Suggs. Margaret DeSue, Marybell weather. errjr ana J5 feet southeasterly surveylineand from his wife. Box 114. Lawter. roma degrees a ninutes East a distance I more particularly described )
described
the following to-wif
Church News and identified as line list No. 23 of ,45*. to- point thence lows,
I a ;
Glen- NEUof south
Hampton. Evelyn Johnson, taverrtng- SlVtf of the BRAD 102.PARCEL ginning at a point in the
:Mt. Pisgah A. 1\!. E. ChurchMt. S Sooth, North Z* degrees 25 minutes Est of theSE
cis Solomon, Misses Jessie Bell Section 21'; Tdwnsfiip NO. 4 (Nelson' B. Blocker distance 300 feet I line of the W% of NWU
Church Range Jty East. Bradford County. a 01 of said Section 2(. said point
A. M. E. ,
Pisgah
et '
ux.) of
Sewell. A de- point (.f exit north line
Jessie Mae
Jim Walter Tyson. Rev. S. W. Richardson pastor 1'loida.mre: particularly described A strip (If land fifty feet In width : the NW. of SE tie the NW% of being 540 f..e. more or l..s west riy -
Corp."World's Hcious repast was served by host- ay' foirows\ te-wit: extending IS:; feet northerly and 3a i and along said line from LbS
Clark after which the meeting will hold a great rally on Sundaj 'Hesrinniiif at ant, ; In the v..,t'f't feet southerly from th- fnitowiagsurvey I,Section 2 .Ji. Township 5 South Rng"l southeast corner thereof; and run
ess line of the S\V; of the );E1.. of Raid dscrlb.-d line and traversing -r. I ning tb"nr North 50 df'lr\e Ot
of the
interest completionof
in the J landi owned bf
adjourned to meet the first SwtlOn !3. Said point being 4eo feet all of Section :3. Township :i South, C ladE'lne minutes East a dltanl tf feel
in February at the homeof Net Mt. Pisgah Church. This I mm ot less southerly and along, Range' 22 East; the WH of the! !. and spouse, if California to Its point. of exit in the east lint
Largest Home Builders" Monday beautiful church is being con-:I raid line from tile northwest cornet :\W'4 of Section 2. Township & Haight treet Kan Francisco. of the W 4 of tbe SW% of theSE
Mrs. Clara Cohen. 'Mrs. W. thereof:' and running thenre North South Range 22 t a5t. tTadtordConntv. 8d il"nUfe a Lin* List of Section 26, Township 5

Bropks. president A. R. Jenkins structed by Prof. A. 0 Jenkin? 49 degree 'Zj m ma ten East a distance Florida more particularly ."0. .3BR.'n-n. South flange 21 East: roentetinithe
r and his staff and, will live an reporter. exit la the ,north line of the SWH Beginning! at a point, 4a, the A strip o{ land fifty feet in the south line of the NEU of the
WILL BE IN STARKE stand as a monument to him and W> of ONW A ndlng 15 feet northerly Slid 35
Fiesta Club of the NTT i of eetli> J3, Township nothlin- of the i NWU of SBU of Section 26, salt
staff of workers which include of said' Section %. Said pOInt oing -feet southerly from the following 275 feet. more or les
his 6 Shiitiu Rang tTO.Eat point being '
at "
Club will meet said
The Fiesta Colbert 520 feet easterly and along described survey line and tra'.lngLts line fro
Carrie and along said
land owned
late Deacon Little Willie Pitt Being y from the northwest corner :3. 24 and 25 in Woodlawn easterly
the home of Young Friday line thereof anA
EACH THURSDAYAT Harry on a': wffiow; T5ox 454, PeTlegladXFtftrida"Emept the southwest corner ;
man and others. Every lover of 484, thereof: and! running Jhenc* SnnUi I said lots being the 50
BoX :ut'hisioD North
offi-1' Colbert ; running thence df'gree
Jan. 30, at which time CII degree SO minutes West a "stance -I th.8W of the NWS a dNWU
in which to ton taFlOOda and aU. ( 0< minutes East a distance of 2,1
beautiful churches ; any thnc<
of 5H2: feet to a point; and NE'l
cers will be elected for the new other h addresses unltnown, of SWVi of NWU 297 feet to the point of exit in the
worship God is asked to turn out persons South 50 d.gr-es. 15 minutes Westa of W'. of NWU of Section 19.Townsntp of tbe NE'4ef
DeSueis title and hiter- line of the SEU
year. President Clarence who claim an1r-I.ht ; of east
distance of 2227 feet tt> Its point 5 South Kange East
en Sunday at 2:30 p. In. to help est' as heirs of Nathaniel Colbert. 2 I Section 28, Township $ SoUth,
SW t.4
of the
line
to be
: asking all members pre exit in the west Bradford County Florida, wore
STARKE HARDWARE CO. : us raise the money to complete deceased., slid identifiedas' line. lIst of Section: 3. Township' .Ii Santa. particularly described as follows to- Ranee 21 East RWalnwrfght.
Other business James
sent. Important Xh, 23 BKAD-5. Range 22 East. I I Being lands ownf by
must eb transacted. Paul DeSue I this church. Sister Margaret Albert .XHCEL/XO.; 2 (Herbert S. Norman, Being lands owned *y Selwn BBlocker. wit: at a point in the wt P. Box 346. 305

P.M. TO made is general chairman of the et 11&) : and Clara H. P.lorker. his 'plIIH SW>4 of SW% ot the Xo1 tark In Stark Florida
12:30 6:00P.M.For brother of the president a No.
of land feet in widtl
A
building fund. Sister Elnora Can? Ktrip fifty and wife. P O. Ehx 3<.. Jacksonvill NWU of said Section 19, said point a Lne :3
short visit to Starke with relatives extending 15 feet northwesterly line BRAD-7S.
Beach. Florida and identified as being 40* f*t nortberly and along i
non is program chairman and hat 5 T sonlheastely' From the f and friends during the week. He lowing described purvey Mne an4 aid line from the southwest corner YOU AND EACH OP yoU ARE

Call left the city to return to Portsmouth planned a very rich program for traversing; Lots 11 and 12 of Wood- Tot AND EACH OF YOU. ARt: thereof; and running thence North HEREBT COMMANDED to b and
Appointments
the of Ocilla. your entertainment which will in, lawn Subdivision. !Said" Jots being HEREBY COMMANDED to T>e and 51 drWs 4)0 miDt..s East a d4. appear In and before the Circuit
Va. by way of 1XE orW'4 of.4'etIon appear in and before the said Or lance cf 4C9 feet to a point; thence Court on the 10th day of l'ebr1ar
solos and (h f S% the %
chide choirs. readings
JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector Ga. where he will join friends of February North (4 degrees 0( minutes Et show .-
-- 17, Township Sovtfc.. Range MIlt Court on the 10th day A D. 1959, to
who are visiting sick relatives. talks by outstanding personalities 12 East. Pradford Cosmty. Florida A.D. 1>5>, to show what Interest a distance of 1.94 feet to its st you have in said propertyand
The moniei < follows yon have in said property exit in east Ure the NEli of SW% to show cause why should
in the community. more partfoalarly described as i
STARKE WO 4-5311 Ethel Young, reporter. to wit: and to !lho.diu""," why it should of the NWH of Ion 15. Township --, not be' tatttn for the 1 and par*
Reno Theatre Closed will be counted by Oscar Dell. Edr Beginning at .a point hi the sontk not be taken 'tlfr tire _wnd purposes 5 South Range 22 East. poses set forth in said Petition, f
forth in said Petition, t* Being lands owned by Cecil Craw
set .
Sammie
barred.WITNESS
"If It's A Quality Home :Manager E. J. Givens announces die Thompkins and NTP"line of 4 of the said S>4 of Section the XE'4 17.of Said the else he baTn4.WITXESS ford Route No. I. Box 54 Lawtey, ell be my band and the se aJcf
of the Reno Thea- Green.A my hand and the MI and identified as Line List of Jana.IT.
the closing Florida day
point being 4.75 feet,, more or less, Curt tb. 11
of said Court this 13th Uy of Jan ud
H't A Jim Walter Home"OTHER tre for renovation and modem- Fellowship Tea will be held easterly mad along laid line from. uary. AD.COLRT ms. ? o. n-BRD-'J .
ao4. Parcel Xo, 3 (J. S. Jr.) (COURT SBAL)
thereof
the southwest cnM\W, ; SPP.
after the honoring thf, SEAL)
(
work
It is hoped that the program
izatipn. running thence North, 13_ degree. CHARLES A. DARBT. A strip of land i in width Charles A. Darby
OFFICES: will be completed: early this spring captains and their co-workers. 25 minutes Cast a 4iftanc of 534 ClerK of the Circuit Court extending 15 feet northwesterly and Clerk of the Circuit Court d

OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA and that the re-opening date will The public is invited to attend feet to a point; thence N nb U 4egreea. of Bradford County. Florida. 35 feet southeasterly" from th following Bradford County, .Foia. .
and Marian I.
53 minutes East a distance By (s) Marian L. Crosby. described survey By (5) Crosby
We thank for Mary Helen White, reporter. Lots 2* and 2( in Deputy Clerk .
be April 5. you your of' J7J'fel 'O lt "potnt of exit in Dejroty CterK.' travern Wo-

f' patrcnage and hope we will be Mount Moriah Methodist Chord the &ortk line ot the 3 of the 1-15 it 2.l!, lawn SubdiviioJ said lots b u __ i-l it 14










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.VYVY.YYVVVVVVVVVV1t Dinkins, Mrs Effie Miner, Airs. A. I Crews and their two children of rYYVVVYVv /vvvvvvvvvvvv/ YYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYY..nI Hicks in Starke Friday night. Men's Clothing i''

H. Harley Mrs. G.W.. Roberts .. England are spending two weeks'\ Garden Club II ALVAREZ' STORE lli
lAWTEYBy Mrs. D. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C.Wainwright. .'I leave with his parents, Mr. and HE1LBRONN BROOKERBy The Brooker Garden Club met I Established 1894

Mrs. Ed. Durban,I Mrs. Commodore Crews. The Thursday night at the Communiy
Mrs. R. E. Lee and Miss Umma I Crews Sunday guests were Mr. By Kirs. Harvey McCarthy Center. Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr.
MJ*. Joye T. Fate* Blanchard.Mrs. I I and Mrs. Sherman Bell of Jack Barbara Sac Davieaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. presented a ,'erticalline dried ar-
&.&&&&&&&&&A&&&&&&&&&& when need !
&&&&&& &.&.&&&&&uuaa Betty Miner and sons of sonville; ,. rangement to the club for a discussion you
Jacksonville were Sunday dinner : Mrs. James Waters, Danny Wil- Hello, Everybody, and.,a very i topic. After the meeting a
Stork Shower Well folks as it is 'now exam
guests of Mrs. Effie Miner. bert, and J. S. Waters, with Mr. pleasant day to each of you. i hat parade was presented by the
Mrs. Fay Durban was the inspiration Bill Burney and son of Jacksonville and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Deepest sympathy is extendedto time and the phone is out of order ladies present. Mrs. W. E. Big- RELIABLE GAS SERVICETHINK
for a lovely shower given visited Mrs. Georgia Ann i' of Maxville attended a birthday Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Green and my news items will be rather ham and Mrs. Warren Mizelle

by Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Mrs. Sapp Saturday.The party for little Miss Diann Sch- Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Mobley and i scarce but here goes. were hostesses for the afternoon
Hubert Priest at the Roberts' L. H. of mehl at her home in Jacksonvilleon families on the tragic fire of the Miss Jo Ann Wait of Gaines- activities.Mr. .
home on Thursday evening. Harpers Kmgsley ville was the weekend guest of Fowler OF SLADE GAS
Lake visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sunday afternoon.Mr. the Green home in Raiford Tues- and Mrs. William
After playing several games and Prevatt on Sunday. and Mrs. Cedric Rosier and day morning of last week. The Miss Shirley Green. and children of Hampton were

the opening of the many beautitul Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starlmg family visited :Sirs. Edwards! in fire caused the death of Mr. and Bill Hinton of Olsmar visited Saturday night dinner guests of
and useful gifts refreshments were and dauhter, Geraldine, are mov-I. Jacksonville on Sunday. Mrs. Green's little. 3Ji! year old his' daughter Cherrie and the Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvon. TANKS FROM 1 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OU UP

served to the following guests: ing this week to the rental house I Mrs. Jack Pons and family ot son, Robert. May God bless and Earl Green family over the week- Mrs. Sanford Hicks and daughter PHONE WO 1-3551
:Mesdames Jack Estes, D. A. Jones,
i of Mrs. Joyce Futch. which is Tallahassee were weekend guestsof comfort each one of these familiesas end. Marcel of Starke visited Mrs.
George T. Shuford, C. W. Thomas I next door to the First tfapUst Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddisn.Mr. only He and He alone can do. Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Mrs. H. E. Stokes.
Glenn Shuford, Arthur Pearce. A. Church. Mrs. E. L. Cox announces there Amanda Lewis visited Mrs. Annie
and Mrs. G. V.
H. Harley Mae Wells, Eftie! Miner McCarthyand
I Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Moses were dinner will be a Council Meeting of all Lewis in Bradford County Hos
family were Sunday
Tom Casey, Fred Moore, Troy I
Home Demonstration Clubs
Saturday evening supper guestsof the pital Monday afternoon.
Bennett Hamilton O. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clem-
Phillips,, '}Lynn(amond Williams, Carl J. Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Bryant in mons of Jacksonville.Mrs. Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 10 a. m. in Armenia Rodgers and Betty I 4&iIaDuI WII faw1l f1 :V tlfJeJ/ till
Raiford. the home of Mrs. L. F.. Dinkins of
Brock of Gainesville visited the
Griffis, P, L. Dinkins, Hester Dan Starling, Mrs. Arthur '
Hicks.: O. J. Anders, K. K Lee, Mrs. Dan P rr1sh of Maxville Pearce, and Mrs. Joyce Fetch Lawtey. Shirley; Tetstone family and the
visited Mrs. Hester Hicks, Mrs O. Watch this column next week TREASURE CHEST
Buster Bennett, R. Earl Moses, visited Mrs. Kattie Wilkinson at Will Rodgers family Sunday. In \ '
J. Anders and Mr. and Mrs. Unt- for an interesting report about "j
Bill Turner, George L. Shuford. I Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville the afternoon they visited Mrs. :., )
fin Hodges on Wednesday.Mr. the High School PTA meetmg v
Arvis Kirkland, J. U. Gaskets, during the weekend.Mr. Mary Rodgers who is a patient in I
real
and Mrs. Richard Bennett held Tuesday evening of this You can make your refrigerator a
Henry Wainwright, Ed. Durban, I and Mrs. Casey) Dobbs ot King Memorial Hospital in Lake '
and family of Daytona and Wayne Jacksonville week too late for publication in Butler. "Treasure Chest"*of treats.Have plenty
Johnny C. Tyre, John Shuford, spent Sunday with I
Bennett visited Mr. and Mrs. Buster this issue.) Mrs. Cornelius Moore,
and Miss Enza Blanchard. Out of the Arlie and Willie Dobbs fame Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and of good Super Sue Ice Cream on hind
Bennett and Joey over the Publicity Chairman will give full
town guests were Mrs. Dan weekend. ilies.Mrs. information en. Craig of Jacksonville Dickie i for mealtime, panics snacks, all the
details and other a-
Wainwright of Jacksonville Mrs. Daisy Pnngle is spending E.
Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. W. ;
Ned, Ervin, and E. C. 1'nvctt otJacksonwille bout your PTA at this time. a rltuiifE time. Choose from many tempting flavors
Jim Thompkins of the State Farm, this week in Jacksonville withS. Bigham Jr. and children were recent -
Mrs. Dot Williams and Mrs. George spent Saturday with C. Mosley and daughters while We are very happy to report weekend guests of Mr. and from the Super Sue Treasure

Williams of Hampton. the Melson and Mrs.Privetts.Mr. tl. C.. Mrs. Mosley is Cooking after her that Mrs. R. L. Morgan is recov- Mrs. R. A. Guest of Nashville, Ga. '= Chest" at your dealer's store today.CherryVani .
Wamwnght from nicely. She is I
surgery
mother, Mrs. Lu Norman. Mrs. ering .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dmkins ot .
and Mrs. Buster Bennett were in Glendale Hospital in Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Ceafus Harrell,
Norman is improving slowly alter ::
St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. among those attending the tun-i her recent illness. Among those of the community Rev. and Mrs. James Temples,
.Horace Cox of Lake Santa Ke cral; services for"Raymond Faulkner Kenneth Green. Henry Harrell.
beside her family that have visited -
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. NetUes and
were weekend guests of Mr. and at Raiford Baptist Church on Terrell Green. Dickie Davis and
Rev. and Mrs. Jones.
P. LI: Dinkins. I. daughter of Jacksonville spent her are
Mrs.
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis attended -
Miss Linda Gaskins Glen Nor-
:Mrs. Mike Futch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
returned home
Lardon Griffis of Jacksonvillehad football in Starke
the banquet
from Jacksonville Wilkerson and daughter and Mrs man, Mrs. Henry Thornton Mrs.I
Saturday where
dinner with his Mr. a
,
parents Saturday night.
she had Katie Padgett.Mrs. Annie Mae Thornton Mrs. Mae
spent some time with her
I
Levin
and Mrs. Gnffis
..onIn.Jaw'and daughter Mr. and Miss Carolyn Norman Sunday.of Jack- L. S. Tanner and family. Griffis and ;yours truly. Let us Mrs. Ned Hicks and Mrs, H. E.
Mrs. Dave Putney. The Futches were in Jacksonville on Sundayfor continue to remember her in our Stokes attended a miscellaneous

had as Sunday guests 'Mr. and sonville her parents.spent Mr.the and weekend Mrs. with Her a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hill prayers. shower given for Mrs. MiltonYKIlie
Mrs Buck Harvey and family of bert Norman. Zack.Mrs. L. C. demons is still a patientin This: is a delicious creamy Super Sue Vmitta
;Macclenny. Marion Tucker and son ol Bradford County Hospital. Ice Cream combined with flavorful juice-
Sunday guests at the L. R.
The WSCS of the Methodist Green home were Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof May we pray in his behalf and W177BY laden red Cherries. It's a super good food

Church was entertained with a Homer Smith, Mr.and. Mrs. Bill the Dave Tanner family. for others in the community who for the whole family-any lime
Mrs. Guy Futch and sickness and pain. WELLS fL CTKIC SCKVICg
daughterand in
coffee at the home of Mrs. Jim are
Riley and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. )!;. .
Thompson at the State Farm on Olsen and Mrs. Juanita Overstreet Mrs. Leon Sauls and family Very glad to report that Rev. '.
Tuesday morn big. Those enjoying and daughter of Jacksonville. visited Mr. and Mrs. John Moe Of Jones and Mrs. Jones and daughter -

this party were Mrs. P. L. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer (Bunt) Jacksonville, Sunday. moved Friday from O'Brien to M V '
Billy Powers, who is employedin lour community. Rev. Jones is the Treasure
?.. Miami came home Sunday for, pastor of Heilbronn Church ands Chest S

a visit with his mother, Mrs. Dolly -, l residing in one of Bill Reddish's 1 i Che u pecal"Iranilla / j
Powers. Another son, Bobby fc I homes. /
also working in Miami. Congratulations to Mr. and r

We are s'orry to report that: Mrs. Gene Norman who announce TWo

Jesse Smith is a patient in the! the; birth of a boy on Friday, Jan. .
Veterans Hospital in Lake City. 16. at Bradford County Hospital. r PINTS

Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban ol f, His name is Ronald Edwin and he FOR 450

Ly Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs., weighed 5 Ibs. 12!/2 ozs. Mrs. Nor- .

H. C. Wainwright, Sunday. man is the former Miss Betty p1Are
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Raulcrsor demons daughter of Mr. and

and daughters were in Baldwin or Mrs. Roy demons. May God always Limited run
Sunday for a visit with Mr. and only-buI
and his
bless this baby won- Y so.,.
Mrs. Virgil Smith. Do"
hat "
derful family. smart plastic rain
The Carl Vanzant family visited Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
; "'. R Mrs. Gordon Griffis and family al t Bill Reddish and son Keith were you in doubt \
Raiford on Sunday. Aboutyourflle$7
Mrs. Delores Carmichael and
Miss Dora Lee Carter was -badlj r Mrs. VIr- See me at once-
daughter, Sandra and
burned when her clothing caughl t Prevent abuses.
c
.- ginia Beach all of Jacksonville.
fire from an open fire place or I
Mrs. Tate Crosby's Sunday'sguests If you're in doubt about Jarre tgo 0,
......... '=<:;; Saturday morning. She is a pa. U
". ,': ,; '!', :..>, ,.. were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph for the finest in elertriral service sous
.<:!1'<5..W ""y>: yo.< tient in Bradford County HospitalMrs.
"=-:.' : ::::. Crosby of Highland. call for the bet
; : > .. Nancy Keene spent th 'f : Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Green and in service and repair.Weans.
weekend with Mrs. Gertrude Tow
family and Mr. and Mrs. Lyman '
tC.iCftiAtA
., cry and Mr. ana Mrs. Johnny Anderson Green of Jacksonville visited Sunday ELECTRIC In punt she raw. te rw
-live in Jacksonville. protection ogotnit rain and wind. Mail
with Mr, and Mrs. Bill Green.A SERVICE your nom. and oddmt and a Chary .
The Allan Hart t
family speni
. family reunion was held in INC Vanilla boo top to Super SIM-Douglas.
TIRE/ Sunday with Mr. ana Mrs. J. W Co,or!..Wo.fla. Your hat will"
TIRELESS Hart Jr., in Jacksonville. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie 24 HR.COMMERCIAL& HOUSEHOLD mailed ABSOLUTE flU ot onct. Of. .
Johns last Sunday. All of their FIXTURES and SUPPLIES fer expires F,b. :28, 1957.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dixon an I
children were present for the bi:; Phone WO 4-4921

Afl-nylon cord Milemaster tires by Cities Serv* guests family of were Mr. Friday and Mrs.overnighl J. B t event including Mr. and Mrs. 213 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. Many flavors and sizes always in your dealer's Super Sue Treasure Chest I

ice last and last and last White in Jacksonville. Mr. anc I Morris Johns and family, Mr. and .

lI.fr.Aillbm.... ......_... iVirnn and sons' n1__> Mrs.- Clifford------- Johns- --- and-.-- family- ,
Tube or tubeless, new Milemaster tires are Jacksonville visited the J. C. Mrs. Lois Henson and baby all

pound for pound stronger than steel resist Dixons, Sunday afternoon of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John Nelson and two chil- Clyde Johns and family and War-
heat, blowouts, breaks...cushion your ride and dren and Ole Nelson of Orange ren Johns of the community. An Visit your Chevrolet dealer's OPEN 110 USE

reduce squealing, too! Yet they're priced amazingly Park were Saturday guests of Mr. enjoyable time by everyone was ....
and Mrs. R. E. Lee and family.Mr. reported.Mr. -
low for such quality. and Mrs. Donald Green of and Mrs. E. L. Crawford of (January 22 through 24)) .

Jacksonville visited the BUI the community and Mrs Minnie
Jtt'i fell (4 iJdt Greens on Sunday.Mr. Phillips of Live Oak were guestsof

and Mrs. H. B. Hague and Mrs. Tate Crosby Monday r
- You Can't Buy a Better Tire! to Save Your Life! family visited Mr. and Mrs. Tyrein evening of this week. ,

Keystone Heights, bunday.Mr. Pearson Cox will arrive at his! 1
I and Mrs.' Nick Pop and parents home Mr. and Mrs. E.

SILCOX CITIES SERVICE family of Jacksonville spent the L. Cox today after completing his L//fr7ILL
weekend with Mrs. Mattie Carter first semester at the University of

705 Temple Avenue and family. Florida. He will leave Saturdayfor
Herbert Griffis of Raiford visit Key West with the Naval Re-

Starke, Fla. flJ ] ed Mr. and Mrs. Howard Normanon serve for two weeks. After whichhe
Sunday morning.. Mrs. Nor .
r will return to the Universityfor hvv1:i.. -
man and children went home with his second semester.Mr. iryN

him and were dinner guests of and Mrs. L. R. Carmichael

of West Palm Beach visited four

days with Mr Carmichael's mother -
and his sisters and their fam

"IT'$ A$ EAIY ilies. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish

r CTHII. and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Cros-
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by. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby returned

.; fee home with Mr. and Mrs. Carmichael
for a short visit. TJ"bri9hr wr.r. r.rl 1 ir 4-/%-CD 'f ,tI" rfli !"t';"Rt

-.. i Ted Burnsed of Jacksonville fine,fresh body J1tlzJl' a* the m >.' t tnsunwa Chevrolet

J visited Saturday evening with Mr
I and Mrs. Bill Green.

q: ; t ily Remember are always you welcome and your at Heil-fam- !

.:;. I TOW bronn Church.preaching Come by and our hear pastor Inspiring -, CHEVY'S OUT WITH A NEW HARDTOPATANEWOWPRICE

.
; Rev. Jones and join in the congregational
1 singing led by Chorister -

: .. BILLS Russell Redding with the !
:r" I, talented Mrs. Lamar Reddish at .i. r.

; BY CHECN ; the piano. 'All this plus hearingour J

f' l special singers. Mrs. Lamar .

....,... ., ., Reddish and Miss Linda Gaskins. 'Here the fat;;'addition joattjind; Just wait till you see what's waiting 'the- roper-softness of Full Coil

,. '. I A check can bridge the miles as Wednesday Mid-week prayer meeting every at your Chevrolet dealers Open for you-a glittering constellation of springing, in Easy-Ratio steering tl
evening and Choir
: fast as the postal service can practice on Friday nights, both Howl January 22 through 2 t. Its zleek-l Jurl exciting new Chevrolet then you'll know that this is the

: i carry it (checks, unlike cash, arc start at 7:30 p. m. a new 4-door sport sedan in the Bel in a wide choice of colors, models, happiest surprise of the year. Come

safe to mail). All you need do is Guess that's about an. May God Air tenet-and it sports a lower engines and drives. The spotlight on in; don't miss this Open House! j

give an envelope to the postman! always bless protect and guide price tag than any other Chety will be on the new Bel Air 4-door -
: you and your loved ones. Aye hardtop. Bring the family and look hardtop-and you'll want to check r

now. it orer. And get the full story on its ultra-reasonable price against ,

OPEN AN EFFORT-SAYING CHECKING her parents, Mr. and )[rs. Carlos all the other striking models note any other hardtop. When you do- CHEVROLET

""" ACCOUNT SOON, AT OUR BANK! Rosier. available. Remember, production and when you see how much more

lFLORIDABank Miss Arthurine Blanchard of it rolling and you can count on Chevrolet gives you in styling, in

Jacksonville spent the weekend prompt delitery! extra-roomy Bodies by Fisher, in
with her sister. Miss Enza Blanctt- Tit smart rritd it to 1M'5'Char pd
"' J
ard. They had Saturday evening r H r I'
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John B.

.' Dye at their Kingsley Lake home. :.. noW=see the wider selection! of models-at your local- 'authorized Chevrolet dealers!" f

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