Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03464
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Lamon Insane 'I-,, S 301 Widening% 1,1 Brought Starke S. -

'i i Doctors Say; .S'9',"w w-9', -" S Is Rated Tops Gas Line Crew Payroll ;

Court AgreesJohn c!! By Alachua Board I i:I May Hit $20,000 Weekly

E. LaMon, 66 year old t 5' '$' Four-laning of U. S. 301 from

( flayer of his brother-in-law, Harry t LvJ; ; the Bradford County line south to, Warehouse

Firstest With The MostestCounty E. Tucker, Starke drive-in restaurant a point near or just south of the Space

I' owner, was judged insane s: 'c1 I j Waldo city limits was given top -

Commission Chairman Harold Norman displays. three and ordered committed to the ", I priority on the primary road construction S-, Needed Before

fine crates of Florida 90 strawberries .picked from his field la>t I State Hospital at Chattahoochee program of Alachua % _I

Friday In spite of freezing<< temperature The last cold got the in a hearing before Circuit Judge., S
i for H9./
I .
bloom, however, Norman .... ....... j' ? .
reports, so thf'reon't he many more Ceo. L. Patten here Thursday The new Deal ClinchedOfficials
I priority list was an- S
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berries!' before March. Pete i -.5 '
Mrs. Criffis brought in the first Jan. 22.The I I nounced by the Alachua Commission S S

pint of berries earlier in the week. hearing, previously set for i at its meeting early this week.

Jan. 26. was advanced due to La- :'t .. i' The of Mid-States Con-
I >fI'I!:: nign priority given this
j I Mon's physical condition struction Company are impressed
Judge project by Alachua County is seen
a Work Started !S Small Industry Patten said. i iI I Dr. Richard T. Smith I as further recognition of the ever- with the location and facilities of

Held in jail since the fatal' increasing importance of 201 as r't Starke as a site for their next

shooting last October LaMon was Noted a tourist and commercial route. headquarters but they must be
Physician I ,
On Three New To Make indicted for first degree murder State Road Department traffic \ assured of suitable warehousing

,1 Scarves by a grand jury at the fall term Will Be Rotary I totals for November show SOl: .:: before moving their operationhere.

of circuit court. He entered a ; with an average daily volume ol .

plea of not guilty ""by reason of insanity 5,846, outranking even U. S. 1 and S 'S.; S.r : This information was given to

School Projects ;I In Plant Here and was held without bond Club Speaker I U. S. 19 in the Second District. The Telegraph in an interview .
pending outcome of The 301 count with
a sanity. in-I was taken at a I O. A. Holdren. president of

I !I vestigation. 1 Dr. Richard T. Smith, selectedby point three and a half miles north} the Mount Vernon, Ill. company

Ground has been cleared for T. H. Slade, president of the Evidence at the indicated the U. S. Chamber of Commerce of Waldo. U. S. 1 scored a daily I S and Carl S. Colvin, project superintendent

the first projects under Bradford ': Chamber of Commerce, announces: that Tucker was hearing felled by- as one of the ten outstand- average of 4,232 at Bayard, 151: i i Carl S. C'ohin (left and at their office in WIhston. !-

County's new $500,000 school construction | that' a new small industry will get J I four bullets fired by LaMon the ing men in the U. S. for this year miles south of Jacksonville and States ) O. A. HoMrrn officials of Mid- I '

program and work en into production here next weeK,j| night of Oct. 24. LaMon's sister, will address the Starke Kotary 4.332 seven miles north of Milliard j j Contraction ( 0.. !study .plans for natural ga's pipe line Mid-States has a million dollar -

the first buildings should start making patented scarf sets for I Mrs. Nettie Tucker, summoned Club next Wednesday on the topic The U. S. 19 count was =5,207 at,I through this area. Their office at \\ lli..ton may oon be movedto contract for construction of

shortly. i j *ladies. who said LaMon-was "Radiation Fallout? The programis Fanning Springs. i Starke.Famed.
police drink- 150 miles of spur anti laterals on
Preliminary work on the site The scarf to be produced here ing coffee in the Tucker kitchen in charge of Clyde Terv"II gar.i The action of the Alachua Coun- the natural gas pipeline from

- 0' Is; under way for the new South- is unusual in that it has a patented when they arrived. Dr. Smith at 34 is the youngest i' ty board toward four-laning 301 Inglis on the G3f Coast to Jack

side Elementary School on SR feature being cut with an adjustable -:I A retired fishing camp operator full professor of medicine in the from the county line to Waldo Dance Band I sonville. This is not to be con-

lOa South. Triest ConstructionCo. T headband that allows it 1 1I ,! LaMon made his home with the:: nation. He came to the University -' will undoubtedly spur Bradford fu:>edith the main line from
of Keystone Heights was low to be worn in many ditterent of Florida in 1958 to head County interests in their efforts' I
Tuckers for some time. After the Louisiana to the East Coast.
bidder: at | styles. The patented band also'adjwtS'to to have the "I Woody Herman %Will
approximately $156.000 shooting he made a statement to the Department of Pediatrics at, route four-laned from Play Here which is being constructed by S
t for the six classrooms and princi- correct head size, keep- : the new UF School of Medicine., Starke south to the county line.
i Sheriff P. D. Reddish, which never Midwestern-Walco Construction
pal's office ing the scarf in place at all times. ;i He to Florida from J j Work is
to be constructed under came South- already in progress on,
was made public. The Shenlfi Co.. nOworking out of Perry.
the present A corporation has been formed western Medical School in Dallas.,, four-laning 11 miles of 301 north For March Of Dimes
contract. I i i said it was "not clear" as to the :, Feb. 16thWoody The main line and the spur lines
Triest also for( manufacture of the scarves. Texas where he was an associate,, of Starke to the Clay County line.YouthHeld .'
I was low bidder with officers as follows: A. C., reasons for his action.In I intersect in Bradford County,

with approximately $31,000 at Brown of Gainesville, president their report to Judge Patten. professor. I I ,with a compressor station now
; Herman
Anderson Junior i I Dr. Smith studied at the University and his 15-piece on.
High, Lawtey ,\ I under construction near Brooker.
r:;. Lynn Rollins-Dudley, formerly: '
the : Dr. W. of
examining physicians one the
big names
of Texas and At
Negro graduated
School, where preliminarywork I present Herman is playing at'' The main line is 24 inch pipe
of Canada, vice president; and: H McCulIagh and Dr. William among U. S. dance bands 'I '
In-j i from Tulane University medical i iI and exponents Birdland of the York'
is also under way. : one top New while the from Brocker to
Bert E. a' I
Rollins-Dudley, also Circuit
Contractor on the Lawtey Junior former resident of Canada, as; gram Jr., both of Jacksonville,I' school in 1950. He interned at Ue\!\Fjr CourtJnHollmanCase annual 'March of jazz of will Dimes play Ball for the i 1'I night clubs and is also scheduled! Inglis is 8 inch, and the spur'

High cafeteria and four class- secretary-treasurer. said that in their opinion LaMon ;, University of Minnesota seven held to be:!for an appearance on the Steve: (n'm Brooker to Jacksonville 16
in the NCO Club
assistant at Camp I| Allen
rooms is A. W. Smith Construction I Mrs. Rollins-Dudley is the designer "is at, the present time psychotic i iI years ago, serving as an I( Blanding, Monday Feb. I television show Sunday, inch.
night Itt. I I right. He will
I i while there. He has play the
Co. of Leesburg, witha low bid and inventor of the pattern, I insane 1 1. suffering from Involu- professor The announcement was made engage- Mid-States also has the contract

of around $78,000. Trees hay been which is also patented. In Canada,j j tional Melancholia, with paranoid I'144.I credit researcn and' belongs publications to 14 to protes-his Bill Smart 18 year old Starke jesterday by the ball committee i' ment. here enroute to South lionUda. I for 7 miles of 3-inch lateral

removed and preliminary groundwork where i is was a popular item. also that' youth. charged with breaking and co-chairmaned by Airs. Junius M. : iato Staike. 24 miles of 6-inch
trends. It is our opinion sional and honorary societies. Tickets are already on sale with
laid for construction which The scarf plant is located at 321 I entering with intent to commit Smith and Sam Zack. Admissionto Mrs. t into Ocala. and five miles of 4.-
Mr. LaMon was psychotic (insane) j Harry Rabb and Mrs. Sam
will begin Temple Ave. and is to
soon. expected the dance inch into Gainesville.
will be
grand 'arceny, bound ) $2.50 per per- Zack
was over tor ,, as co-chairman of sales.
lit the time of the alleged offense.?
start next weelL The Road Worker
New bids three !
on classroomsat Lial in Circuit.: Court al President, Holdren said that
RJE [Starke Negro], and the Jolly Scarf Set will be sold whole- They recommended that he be following 1 - their crew consists of around 160

new auditorium for Bradford' sale; and retail.from'th15 address. sent to Chattahoochee. Badly/ BurnedIn preliminary hearing before Coun-I At BHS Gym Friday employees with a weekly payroll
T. A. Yawn
tv last ThUrs-
High, will be
received on Feb. 5. of from $15,000 to $20OOO-at the
The first bids on these projects' I Flash Fire day.! The court refused to reduce present time averaging 18000.
I. Smart's bond, previously set at Meet
were rejected. $2.500 and he returned to Brad-I Boys Bolles Girls Face Ocala He said that although a ma-

Work has also been started on' Benjamin Mock of Starke was i! ford County jail where he has been jority of their workers are of the
renovating the auditorium at the after: I ntrmanent type. it is possible
seriously Tuesday held since his arrest several weeks
Brooker school. This is being noon in a flash fire that occurred,'. ago. Friday night the boys and girls j jglas scored 12 points in her new: that from 20 to 25 would be hired

handled by the school mainten- while he was working on a drag-.,i Smart is accused of entering the'basketball: teams will play home position as a forward. She has locally if the crew moves to
ance ciew.DuPont. : miles! games with the visiting Ocala been playing guard, but for added Stark
line on U. S. 301 about two
home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Noll- > ,
I north of Lawtey. I I'.I man on Madison; St.. while they!| girls and the Bolles Cadets from height under the basket Mrs. An- .,: Superintendent Colvin listed
S i I Jacksonville. This will be the,; drews switched her to the forward arehouse requirements as follows -
EngineersTop According to the account of were vacationing in Nassau, and
i 5's : j' first meeting for these two teams. I position last week. t i i ii :
Cecil Thomas, who saw the acci-I, taking money jewelry, and other{
S. I Bolles is a Keystone Conference Last Friday night. Palatka !1 I 1. A covered building of about
Bowlers H5 dent, Mock was in the cab of the!I II I items with an approximate valueof
.- S'S drag-line "washing" the motor $1,000. I team, and the Ocala girls are a snared both games from Brad- ., 25.000 square feet. Must be tight

I! member. along with the Bradford I.ford, the Palatka boys winning'' and moisture proof for use *$
: small of gasoline.,
Highland S.S using a j He was arrested on suspicion i girls, of the North 56'54 site for -
LeagueThe ':Thomas heard :Mock cry, "Help.! new Florida and the girls 51-41. Pre- storage paper pipecoating.
after that he had
reports exchang-
Girls Conference. .
1 Before he could' games vously. Palatka had beaten the .
t I I'm burning j
S. up.
eo. silver dollars for bills at
Highland Plant of the Du 5 5 |; get here he said Mock had, several local firms. The paper Nollmans should piovide fans with plenty'; boys but Bradford girls won their:, 2. A garage-type building about

Pont Company has organized a ;., S ,S, 5' i. ( SS (! jumped out of the machine and'':i had reported silver dollars as (If excitement-especially the varsity ,: first game with Palatka. j I j.12-1 feet wide by 40 or 50 feet deep.
league to i Thomas boys as Bolles will have a decided -! The ': where vehicles might be driven
bowl every Friday night St. I was rolling in the mud. : among the items missing from!! varsity boys never got out|
for 10 weeks at the Palm Lakes j slashed off burning parts of the their home. I height advantage over the of rearh of Palatka. always staying 1: inside for repair work. Must nave
'I (short BUS for around 50 v*.
Bowling Alley on Cassat Ave .in man's clothing. I j very close behind. a1d"ith. parking space
I At the preliminary hearing one In conference play. the boys I : hides adjacent to building.
Jacksonville. seconds left in the they had
Walker HamIlton. foreman on game ,
They completed their second I the S. M. Wall onstruction job'I witness Smart inside testified the that Nollman he had hffme seen, have a 5-1 record to date, and the an opportunity to tie it up. Ar- 3. A site to park the company'strailer

week of bowling last Friday and ( took Mock to Bradford County]I their absence, but to girls stand 2-3. Overall records,, riond Rivers was high scorer for office with facilities to tie
listed 'I uring prior are 8 *\ ns and 3 losses for the the : iT' with telephone water, ewer,
below boj'sith 19
and Jim
t. are the standings Hospital where he is being treated,I the time it was broken into and points
thus far [ boys, and 6 wins and 5 losses for Hobbs had 15. Gandek ;. and electric utilities.
team total pins, average for severe burns of both arms, the items : sank 19
reported missing.
and total points]: | $ both legs, face and abdomen.Men I the girls. ( and Willis 17 for Palatka. I He said these facilities must be
at the
Testifying preliminary
I 1. ( Tuesday night the varslty boys Helen Kclley was high scorer moderate rental before -
Administration; 3450; 144; k on the job said the fire hearing were O. L. Lovell Bobby r secured at a
7. probably started from a spark; Shannon Chief of Police Riley ran up! a 81-56 victory over Lake acain for the irh. getting 24 tal- the company could move its

2. Engineering; 3288; 137; 4. Airman Crews And Family from the battery igniting the gas-,, Sweat Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish Butler the girls lost a thrilling I.es: against Palatka. Pat Faulkner headquarters here The town of

3. Warehouse; 3278; 137; 4. I oline Mock was using in the rou-, Barney Spence, and Mrs. Nel- overtime contest 47-46, and the had 17 points for the winners. I Williston secured facilities at the

4. Maintenance; 3234; 129: 3. tine procedure of "washing" the!! : F team boys won 31-27. I Next Tuesday night P. K. Yonge Air Port there without cost to the
le H. NoJIman.
5. Wldmg Shop; 3099; 129; 3. : English Bride Says Florida Weather t t I engine. Workmen said :Mock was I,i Smart pleaded not guilty to thei With two regulars sitting on i'''of Gainesville: will be the opponents company. Colvin said.

I Inside of the cab the bench, Coach Hobbs! started a, for Bradford cagers. with
6. Accounting; 3125; 130; 2. I not smoking. i charges. Holdron estimated that the

Lew Muir and Jim Hetherington -' Is (Even When Cold and Wet) I' was also burned. I team of two seniors, two juniors both A and B squads scheduledto crew would be in Starke from iwo

are tied for first place in individual : Tops and one sophomore, and let them play PKY handed the Tornadoes '.' ,to three months and possiblylonger

: average with 165 each. I ;:W. J. Dodd And Son I IJ Dr. Felos Heads play! for three full quarters. By i :: loss several weeks ago and j if the site was found to be
II Bradford County received a ten by English authors with plots
I I the will be
Sam Gardner is holder of high that time they had built up such varsity trying to (convenient for working on their

game with 221. ;, four to one return from England Isid in England, she replied that!j:! (Open Franchised! ''Heart Campaign a lead that Lake Butler could
A total of 33 employees are j' last week when Al-c Elma I Bunt! many sold! there are. by American Firestone StoreW. never touch them. .will be icle.Spring. I ready to move here in about
authors with plots laid in Miami.
participating in the league and '|Ciews icturned, after three and a < I I During February Armond Rivers was the stand- three- ceeks. he said.
trophies will be awarded for outstanding i half years, with his attractive : Mr. Crews. who has decided to ,I J. Dodd Jr. and his son. Bill*, out player for the night. pouring ( Hat Show i Colvin said he intended to come

teams and individuals at !< English wife and their two chil i iI make the Air Force his career, has i'i Dodd. recently became franchised. L27 points. 19 of them during week to'
'i Organization: of the 1959 Heart ta Starke some time this
the end of the period. I dren. Paul 20 months, and Sue-} applied for Officers' Candidate dealers for Firestone products in the first: half. and doing a beautiful To Be
passed'examinations ''i Fund Drive in Bradford Countyhas i' Staged could
S month. I !School. He has already Starke and have established job of rebounding from the see if tuitable warehousing
been completed with Dr. P.
with only one remaining Dodd's Service & Auto Sales in Lake be found.
boards. ButlerstaYed right
arriving during one-
Co. B i S G. Felos chairmanship For Heart Fund
Captures of our cold wet spells. Mrs. Crews | j to be heard from. His the Prevail building on South with Bradford during the first 1 I In the meanwhile American
interest is in installation engineering ,' i, cf the campaign which will be .
Walnut St. (U. S. 301))
qjarter.: but in the period 1
warm : j secured
pionounced Legion Post 56 has a per-
Rifle TrophyAccording I! will sell used[conducted here during Heart Bradford for half- "Hats Off To Hearts" a gala
and delightful. She is from the.1 i. The new firm pulled away a
for trailer park and is Installing -
: Month Feb. 1 a
through 28.
I north cf England where she said. j;, While in England Bunt worked J': cars as well as Firestone tires,j'r time lead of 14-27. Dickie Dixon variety and millinery show will
Mrs. H. B. Peyton, of I* staged by the "Bradford Unit : : facilities at its property
president ?
to an announcement "we .have cold for seven months j) ;in personal services and land re- and a complete line of Firestone scored 12 points and Tatum 10 to
from I' "the Starke Woman's Club. and Edward Shadd of the Northeast Florida Heart::: on North Temple Avenue to take
the office of the State Adjutant o: the year." I. cords for: the Air Force. He scheduled appliances and other products. !j! back up Rivers.
General in SL Augustine, '! took The Dodds will continue to operate MTS. Harry Rabb will serve as with 18 points led the Union Association at 8 pm.. Thursday care cf the 25-30 trailer homes
The trip from England 131 athletic games for his base I 5. in the Starke
Feb. Woman's
I 1 vice chairmen of this annual fundraising
Co. B of Camp Blanding is the StatIon Tigers. while Godwin and Cunningham -
hours, the first : their Sunoco Service that are expected to be brought
and half flying
a Club. Tills event will usher in the
North Florida League winner ot and proudly reports that their Ave. drive which supports the each had 13 points for
on Temple
Iceland and then to here the construction workers
i stop '
Heart Fund conducted
the 1958-59 .22 caliber small bore football team was United King Heart Association's research. ed- Union. : Campaign
1 Air Base in New Jersey. 1
during! February and all proceeds
community servicepiograw.
rifle tournament.The i dom champion. ucation Mrs. Andrews' girls combined
"Flora there the Crews family I Four From Starke will to this
I! : go projecLI ;
Rifle Team from Co. B won vent by car to Baltimore and the Both Mr. and Mrs. Crews work- great team effort and good play Postmaster'Holds
seven out of the seven matches 1, Will Get DegreesAmong Heart Sunday will be observed .1!I The variety show will include
train trip to Jacksonville took''ed with young people. having:: cf the guards to force Lake Butlerirto vaudeville acts with local organizations -
fired and accumulated a total of I I Feb. 22 when volunteers will cover -
I overtime period With The
longer by several hours than I charge of the Base Recreational the 675 candidates for' : presenting their talents Bag'If
8.910 points out of a possible 10.- the residential section of the
Ycuth Center. Bunt who took just 4 minutes left on the clock.
from England to New Jersey. J Ji along with individuals. Skits.
500. degrees at the University of Jo'orida's -
The yearly average per Bradford city in a door-to-door collectionof Union had a 9 point lead but
part in County Scout
rnatch for ; i "Everything is so new. England mid-year commencement exercises -! music. dancing. etc. will contribute you are the lucky (or unlucky -
the 1272.81points i
team was I contributions for the fight against Bradford whittled it down and
out of 13 old- was the way Mrs. Crews : activities, said they had about 75'oung on Jan. 31 are: I II heart E. to a full evening of entertainment ) individual who left a
a possible 1,500. I diseases. Mrs. J.
people, from little ones to I*I 5 with 33 seconds left in the game.: -
Members of the team are CWO expressed her first impression of' I I William Thomas Gill Jr.. BSBA; ,*Wall is chairman with Mrs. Vasco Susan Slade tied the score 42-42. sack'" of silver corns on the
Albert I the U. S. The wide open spaces. older teens, who attended the Reddish BSBA Jo Ann : New spring hats from topflight table in the Starke post office
Foster captain, M. Sgt. | 1 center. I I Ij I James ; Hazen co-chairman:: of this event Helen K'lly scored 26 points for '
designer Archie Eason of
Rene' Garcia. M. Sgt. Clarence!j I without houses also amazed her. I{i Smith Rowe, BAE; and Eugene: assisted by members of the Wo- honors. Ginger lobby fut week you may be
', j i Mr. and Mrs. Crews ? J top : Jacksonville. whose beautiful creations -
now thank
are to the honest
Scoggins. SFC M. 'Jordan., Mrs. Crews. formerly Miss" Shaw BSA all of Starke. wanting
Virgil j i Frazier ; : man's Club, Little Women and Thornton who has played consistently -
SP-2 Clyde W. Marsh SP-2 Ar- !''ihelma Stenton of Cranage. !I visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.j;! Gifford Grange Jr., BSBA Keystone -: other volunteers.Miss I good at guard positionall L;, country are will known be modelled throughout between the patron who turned It in.

thur A. Pratt, and SP-3 Robert H.1 I' England was a librarian before i Commodore Crews of Lawtey but;;i Heights. I Florence Jennings will be year. took over the job of acts. i I The ark'' and contents maybe

Lappe. her marriage to :Mr. Crews. In will soon to Valdosta Ga.1 f D. Ph.D. Lake recovered by identifying
go Melvin Long Jr., in charge of the program*in the guarding Lake Butlers high- Tickets are 75 cents and may be with the Starke who .
The team members agree that: ,,discussing her work she explained I!where Bunt is temporarily as- Butler. postmaster ,
II and will be assisted by scoring forward. Hilda Dukes. and I obtained at Ruby Johns beauty' in bit Alion.
ha .
their toughest competition was; :' that most chemist shops I drug''I signed. They expect to visit here The exercise will be held at 8' other members of the local unit with aid from Linda Gayle MoodY!I shop. from any member of the now. same be dOM posses'

against Co. C of Starke. The! stores 1 m England have rental I!j I often while stationed close by. r jn. in Florida Gymnasium. The'' ir distributing the heart shaped I held her to 17 points. Dukes. for Heart Committee or at the door. I: Apparently not
team from I want to be left the
Co. B won this match i'libraries i'! and when we remarked'on but cannot settle down until his speaker will be Frank Pace Jr., coin boxes to places of business the past four games, had scored 1 Many lovely door prizes will to*i!I boldinf

by a margin of 21 points. the number of "thrillers" wnt- assignment is definite. former Secretary of the Army. :I t I throUhout the county. 30 points or over. Margaret Dou- I awarded. A I 1 I bar.


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-e- - --- ---SFarmer's end Mrs. Arnold Griffis last
editorial Haddock ana son of Saturday.
Diary -. ? EST. 1879 ___
lI I Jacksonville visited here Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brookins of Cf1

lI r *' cay with the Frank Williams Buford, S. C. visited Mr. Brookins' o FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER -

: Pigs In The Parlor/ Mean t By Sam McGarrcy ftmily> Guy Haddock spent Sat- parents, Rev. and Mrs.' Orville :? .ito? PrBLISHED: COXTlXOrSLYCNP

urday night here with the WUliamses Brookins, over the weekend. Ray O(1'

I t4 S. and Miss Nell Williams Is in the service of the U. S. Ma- P-blUhril. Ear Thar sad Entered' :R THE..SAME Srr .MASTHEAD.d ClaM Mailer

: Money In The Bank i ( Looks':: like the potato growers visited: overnight in Jacksonvillewith rines. .I .P Pot Office at Slarke. Fla. under Au .f Mar. I. 1819.

around Brocker have quit on the the Haddocks. Mr. and Mrs. Last Sunday we lacked only two

nn Over of I crop. Can't say as we blame them Williams and two younger children for 100 cent attendance at In Circuit Court. Bradford ('_.t,.. Attorney for Administratrix
the of Brad-
period per
a years, economy .
alter tha number of times they drove to Jacksonville Sunday Florida la Chancery.Vierdena First Publication January 15, 1959IU5 :;
ford County has changed slowly from one dependent I Sunday School. When we get our M. Ringel. Plaintiff, vs.: : 4t 2,5Im ,
lost money. afternoon to bring their daughter John W. RingeL Defendant -
new bus we expect it to be even
almost solely on agriculture until the present S 5.5 Case No. 12-687
home.TTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTYTTTYT. better. Tie Cmntr J.d&e-'n Court and
time when those who are entirely dependent on I .g And speaking of things growingthe NOTICE TO APPEARTo For Bradford (....ty. Florida.
Boatdrain Baptist Church : John W. Ringel. whose residence In Ke: Estate ,'f Merman \> i'le-
fanning for a living make up only a tiny fractionof t prize turnips in the Telegraph >1GRfFIS is Norfolk, Virginia and m fct. Debased.

the population. window are sprouting now. The Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn- whose address is: N' A. S. IL S. 3, All creditors of the estate of
By all indications this shouldbe Norfolk Virginia. Herman W Clement, are hereby
LOW ing Worship 11
larger of the two a 10-lb. monsterwas a. m.; Training
Tou are hereby notified that
The trend away from farm employment has a good strawberry Old a notified and required to tile any
S year. grown by J. B: Gaskins, and Union. 6:30 p. m.; Evening Wor suit for divorce has been filed a- claims or d..mandshlt'h they may
been greatly accelerated in the past three or four timers say that when we've had a the gainst you in the above named Court have against said estate In the ot-
in vet winter, we've. always had ether an 8-pounder, was By Verble AndersonAALAAALAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAL ship 7:30 p. m. and Prayer Meet- and cause and you are required to fire of the county Judge of tirad-
One merchant who operates a store a a
years. iaisedby_ Earl Moseley. serve a copy of your answer!' or ford County. Florida mthe courthouse
rural area of the county puts it this way: "Thereare gcod berry crop. No one will argue S5 ing every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. pleading to the complaint on the at Starke. Florida, within
that this hasn't been a very wet Also study course in the Book of Plalntlff''Ittornf'V' Oreen & Gr..en.Starkt' eigM calendar months from the date
six brothers who live in or near this section, If you want to see a pretty Florida. and file the originalin of the first pu hit.at ion '1 this nutice. -
winter. take We wish to extend our sym- Mark Wednesday nsghts. Pastor the office of the Clerk of the Each claim or demand must be
and at time they were all full-time farmers. sight, just a ride out in the .
one state the place
S S pathy to Mrs. Laura Wilson'S1ali1y Orville CircuitConrt on or before the 9 in writing must !
country and see the green cover Brookins. Everyone welcomes of residence and post-offK-e. addressof
Now, all but one of the six is working off the Trouble is, it has been too wet in the loss of their loved day of February. 1J39: : otherwisethe the claimant and must he swornto
With fields brownit of raid
crops. so many Complaint
farm to make money enough to keep going." to plow and the growers plan- is a delight to see the beauti- one. May God bless and comfort will be taken ai" confessed by you. his be attorney the claimant.or it will his became 1I1f"nt.void or

...J- Ji. dealer in farming supplies also notes the ning-on spring crops must be ful green fields of oats and rye. them as. only He can. NurlCE TO DEFEND once Thi5 t-aoh notice week shall for four he published'on1l..u. cording to law.

:; trend and says: "Although I still sell a good waiting for it to dry off. as the S S Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe spent It* Circuit Curt Bradford C.anty. live w.tk in the Bradford County January ris 19 farlton.Executrix 1S59.IH ;; ..
traditional planting date of Feb. Sunday with Mr. Ro 'e's parents Florida' IB Chineerr T..I..graph.PatrJ of the Estate oi!
volume of farm implements the type of purchases With our fences down because Elizabeth Conklin. Plaintiff ...
14 is not far off. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. W Brown.A this 7 day of January. 1959.OFFICIAL : Herman \\ C4.-ment. Robert T
Conklin Defendant,
and and farm- ot the highway being widened ( SEAL First publication on January z::,
'backyard .
have changed more more S.
birthday dinner in honor of Case" No. 1.693OTTCE :: 1353.:
<"liart .
: ing' -becoming-popular.. The men work away Still and all. it is not as bad as we no longer have any cows, and E. Z. Lee was attended by many Robert TO APPEARTo of A.the Darly.Clerk Tircnit Court 1-.: 4t MI
that is really a big load off our : T. Conklin. whose residence _
from home and operate their farm in their spare last year, when the temperaturewent friends and relatives. We wish and address i is: Unkown l"v Marian L. Crosby: Deputy
minds. Our black Comfort Clerk
"" cow, You In The County Jadee Court I" And
time." down to freezing every day [she at times was called other him many more happy birthdays.We suit for are divorce hereby has notified been filed that against a- 118 4T 1-29 For Bradford ('Oil.'". Florida.In .
in February and the farmers had were glad to have Mr. andMl'S. in the above named Court Prohnte.IV .
Whether we like it or not (and most of us thingsl was a lot of trouble. We you KK: Estate of J. It. Kite, 11ft.
to delay planting until the soil Joe Griffis back at church and cans and you are required toserve In The County .lad!:.'. Court ceased.
\ don't) the day of the small farmer, as we once could never be sure where she a copy of your answer or
warmed up.Bryant rith us after a long absence. We pleading to the complaint the Of Bradford County Florida NOTiCE OF FIlING PKTITIOV"Foil
was, and she was a constant wor- on
knew him, is rapidly passing. Faced with the S. s hcpe they can come often. Plaintiffs Attorney E. K. Ferryman IV RE: K:"ate of Fl\ \I IJI'CJIu.a: AStiMiI"TR.tTiti
ry. She used to look at every AC:MIS SUtMlOM.Ilereaxed. '
Starke Florida
: trend of the times toward "bigness" and a gov- Reddish had a big bull. Mr.- and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien and file TO ALL WHOM IT MAI OUNCKKN; :
fence as a challenge, and in the original in the office .
: ernmental farm policy that is totally out of sym- He got it from Dick Ferguson and most cases she was the winner. and children and Verble Ander- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, OTICI: 10 cnrniTons fiVd Notice mv i III!Final hereby I..turn.given as that Administratrix I nave

pathy with the small operator and actually dedi- will sell it soon. It's a beautiful .5. ECU visited Sgt. and Mrs. -JamesDci'.is on;or before the 16 day of February All ptT,">ns having claims or demands of the Estate of J 1C Mte.deceased .
; otherwise the allegations of against Ihe .'..t-
estate of
AgmsSwanboin. filed
I have my
: cated to his demise,. the small farmer seems up polled Hereford that weighs about And speaking of our animals. of Middleburg, Sunday. The said Complaint will be taken aeconf.M"d deceased aiv herebv notified Ifion for: Final! I>i."'harpe. and that
2.100 pounds, and that my Davis: family moved back to Flor- by you. and reiniir to fi ii-! their I will applY to the honorable TheronA
: against insurmountable odds. the one we miss most is old Joy This notice shall be published onceeach claims Urad-
in the office of
of thr inty Yawn. County Judge
friends, is an awful lot of bulL ida fnm Missouri, recently.We .
I but not cold whenit week 'for four consecutive Judge of Bradford ( 1':" day
on mornings "ount Florida. r..r.I"nl\' ]o"\.r.I..n; the
: ; The only hope of salvaging his way of life and S S is a real chore to milk But were happy to have Grandma weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph Starke Florida within "eigh; -al- of "',February. A.I I).. 1 I&,3.: fur approvalof

maintaining his stabilizing influence on our economy Hog prices are off, and with the Brown in church 'Sunday with endar months from the we do miss that good rich milk Dated this 13 day of January, first publication of this n..U... o' (ha Administratrix of Estate: fir
seems to be to devise and develop some subtitute prediction that there will be a big and it almost kills us to pay 28 her daughter Mrs. Rachel Sasser. 19i9. the same will >-c.me void according all J R. Kite. doceasd -
pig crop around here the outlookis Grandma Brown has been ill and (Court Seal) to law. This January 12. U-,. This oh day of January.' l:';"S-
'I'' the small-time farm operation we
for as
% cents for milk after Tharles
a quart usually A. Darby Clerk of the DOROTHY AONKX SWANPOMAdministratrix r""lbE' II. KiteAdministratrix
: not good, according to the ex- we hope that she continues to be Circuit Court. of tnf K-tate of
: knew it 20 years ago. getting six to eight: quarts of the Ktate of
perts. However, they were wrong better so that she can be with us Br Marian L. Crosby, DeputyClerk. Agnes Swanltom, deceased.. J, R Kite. Pe.-ea!ert. '
a day: for about 40 cents feed. January ::.. is3.:
: That is why we look with such keen interest last summer when they forecasta cf ten. Hollis V. Knight. First Publication ,
.5. 1.$ 4t 2-5 Starke, Florida, 1-22: :: 41 ;: 12
on the increasingly popular farm forestry proj- decline in prices, and lets's hope Mrs. Louise Griffis is ill at her
It is 10
years ago that we first .
and the "pig they are again.: Lome. We wish her =- __ .0---
-"- ects, broiler plants, more recently 5S stuck our pointed noses into a speedy re- E-i- a- =

parlor" operations that may, in time, prove satis- covery. !. The County' -Judge' Court; In
for the hazardous and Tobacco growers who have been Bradford County and then de- There will be a study courseir. And For Bradford County, Florida
substitutes seem-
factory .
using MH-30 for sucker controlare tided to make it our new hcme. Training Union la Probate.IN
!=: ingly out-moded "row crop" farming. starting soon. RE: Estate of Fred Guy Jones, FISHING CONTEST .
advised by Tcbbacco Associ- And we can truthfully say that f-cr more information please contact eceased..

:: Successes with the pig parlor method of raising ates that the practice results in the people around here are the Rev. Brookins at church. >OTICK'TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the of Fred
: pork 'in a hurry have already been recorded lower quality tobacco. However. friendliest we have ever met in Mrs. Mary Brown and Mrs. Guy Jones deceased estate, are hereby

IT in Bradford County and additional ones are undoubtedly some growers say they will continue our lives. Guess we'll stay 10 Rachel Sasser were guests of Mr. notified and required to file any

:. in the offing. As a matter of fact, to use it. more. unless we get run off! end Mrs. A. D. Byrd of Lake claims have against or .demands said estate which in they the may office REGISTER

the Geneva over the weekend. of the County Judge of Brad-
: there is some interest and some talk going ture and the smokehouse. The Miss Shirley Brown has been ford County Florida, in the courthouse -

= rounds now about forming an association or a fire was attributed to a faulty at Starke Florida within
Out visiting her brother-in-law and eight calendar months from the
ET corporation to promote pig parlor operations in flue.The sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe date of the first publication of this

=- Bradford County on a greatly expanded scale. 01 J. B. Alexander home in this past week. bin notice.writing Each claim and or must demand state must the NOW! I

All we know about pigs is that they taste won- Hampton burned but about one- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien place: of residence and post-office

sausage" with hot pancakes on third of the furniture was saved. end children visited Mr. and Mrs. address of the claimant and must
:X derful as "country be sworn to by the claimant his ,

cold morning but this pig parlor operation The L F. Smith, southeast of Rudy Chism Friday night. agent or his attorney or it will become -
: a ,
r sounds good to us- and certainly warrants increased Stark', lost home and furnitureby Mrs. Myrtle Priest spent the January void according Z, 19S9. to law. FRGM FEB. 1 THRU MAY 31

fire. The J. W. Morgan house week'with her daughter .
Past ; Mrs. H. ('barl..s1. hmitt.
r attention from farmers, as well as busi- unoccupied at the time, was destroyed B. Hinson. Charles M. Schmitt.Administrator .
..' ness men in Bradford County.- Mr. of the Estate of Be Qualified To Enter Your Fish Prior to Catching It!
and two signs on the property Mrs. Harold Griffis Fred Guy Jones deceased.
: Once trend gets up a full head of steam it is in a fire said to have started and children of Palatka were First publication on January 8, You WILL NOT Be Qualified After Fish Is Caught!
[Edited By Alice
McGarvejr 1939.:;
.:. almost impossible 'to stop it, and the trend away from a grass fire. The house guests of Mr. Griffis' parents. Mr. l8! 4T 1-2J ..

from granddaddy's type of farming-can no more Man Steals Own CarJ. was across from the courthouseand SO REGISTER NOW!

be stopped than the trend toward bigness and H. Hundley of the State firemen left it when it was ix TIIK JIlL rmrriT coijitT iAD: FOR. BR4DFORU COU\Tr, KLOR- .
Farm had an experience, back in determined that it was beyond 1-4 ;
"L consolidation in business. If pig parlors are the 1934 that he probably did not control, to save the home of J. AT LAW 1\o.lIIfl Prize For Largest Black Bass

: answer, then by all means let's put those pigs in iorget in a hurry. The item in L. Frazee on Walnut St.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyy. CORPORATION HOT"STON: TKXAS GAS AND: OIL )

:: the parlor. We've got to find a substitute for the Telegraph was headed "Man Petitioner, a corporation, ) '. .HIESnF.O'

.. row-crop farming in Bradford CQunty, (and the Accused of Stealing Own Car." AIADEUNK vs. };HOWARDS et vir, ) NOTICE OK CO! nF.WXATlO'TIJORITY ; MITCHELL GARCIA

do the better for all concerned. Mr. Hundley had been to Sara- : t'tal. :
... sooner we 't Defendants. ) SPINNING REEL Value $29.75
rota with a load of auto tags, HAMPTOfBy\ l )

made at the prison. On returningto I-.r. TifF: XA'E A."iD By'THt: AU'
OF '
'Era 01 The South'I Starke he asked the driver to 1\,",. n. P:, IIDI TO WHOM IT MA: CU.NCEKA: ; AJ'arc.I ,nd ; BELL CITY

let him off at his home North of :

Believed Due In U 'S. town so he could pick up his car. LAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1A&AAIBaptist Owner Earumtiraiirts P. flnIr4 SPINNING ROD .... Value. $12.95

He did not go into his home but 3 IVssie Sapp. V.l.e
Brotherhood Meets widow whose residence Mortgage payable' to: J4&U.OO
got into the car to drive back to is KFL, Lawtey, Honda The Florida Bank at
The president of one of the largest insurance The need for missions here and Starke; Starke Florida -
:= the prison. Mrs. Hundley, who abroad was the topic at Jamie Sapp Clubb and husband Dated. 11-18-41:! recorded : Prize For Largest Speckled Perch
companies in the nation recently told a Jacksonville happened to look out the window program Walter Edgar Clubb. whose res, in Book U.

= audience that the next 50 years will be the just at the time, saw the carri.e the meeting Hampton at the Baptist church Brotherhood last Fri- Junction idence Is, Colorado 2713 BV*; Road, Urana page 542 of ,$300.00.securing payment ; COOK-OUT

..' Era of The South. off and not knowing it was
day evening Jan. 23. The program Mildred Sapp Petrel and hus
= "Just as New England was built on the age of her husband, notified the sheriff. was conducted by Charles band R. A. Petzel'hOlle resi- ; DOUBLE CYLINDER GAS UNIT
The law took out after thethief" df'n"t' H Rt. 1, Box 318, Gervais,
:1 steel, the South will be built on the age of chem- and when Mr. Hundley arrivedat Hicks program chairman.Men Oregon; .

he.said. in the South this executive of the Brotherhood will Value $19.95You
istry Only
= the prison he learned that not J. D. Sapp and wife. Keba Sapp. .

pointed out. is there an abundance of all the raw only had he been chased but theseat pick up any clothing or household ,whose residence I!' Kt. 4. Box aal,

= materials that provide fuel for the forthcomingage of the car had a bullet hole foods for the Adkins family, Jacksonville Florida; May Obtain Your Fishing and Hunting License

of chemistry. In it. He said he had heard the whose heme and business near W. E. app and wife, Nell! Sapp.
whose residence Is 3100 Hood
that but thought it was a back- Waldo burned to the ground on Ave.. Pla-Mor Trailer Village, From Our Sporting Goods Department.
He also declared that his has
company more lire. If there is a moral to this Thursday morning last week. Colorado Springs, Colorado; .

demands for loan money for investment in the story it would be that clear Anyone having some to be collected -

South than it has money available. e potential science could get :you a in a con-bad may contact Prank Williams, G.whose.W. Sapp residence and wife is awtey Hazel, Florida 'app-, See Us For Your Fishing & Hunting ,

here Is so very great that we could put hun- pOt. phone Hobart 8-2190. ;

dreds of millions of dollars into this area if we 5. Personals James -Shlpman Sapp and wife Needs! J

had it," he declared. One method the federal gOVErnment Tom Darius of Waldo father of- Wanda Sapp whose residence is JI

was using to help lick Mrs. Otto Hicks, Jr. Is in Alachua Lawtey, Florida; I
It pointed out that the'emphasis in indus-
was the depression of Hospital in Gainesville '
the 1930's was for treat- Charles Sapp and wife, wan-
try is now on chemicals and electronics and in to pay farmers for not raising ment. daYLee Sapp whole residence is

those areas the South has great advantage. One hogs and corn. The local county Also in Alachua County Hospital Lawtey, Florida; NO MONEY DOWN

of the chief handicaps the lack of cheap fuel agent announced to farmers that is Mr. Starling of Graham !Sharon Sapp Kiland and hus-

-will soon be overcome with the coming to they could be paid $5 per head father of Mrs Frank Thomas of band. is Carl Hampton Kiland Florida whose; address -

for 75 per cent of hogs they did Hampton. .,
Florida of natural gas from the fields of Texas. -
not raise based their John Gcrow Sapp !stngle *hotle Repair
This new service should be a reality by next sum- on average Sunday visitors at the home of residence is L wtey, Florida, and

and all observers predict that it will have 'production for the -years 1932 and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox in Hampton -
mer, a 33. Patricia Sapp. single and a minor -
were Woodrow Cox of Lake whose residence is awtey,
stimulating effect on the movement of industry Add Rooms
Payment on corn not raised Geneva, also Mr. and Mrs. Robert Florida; --- Carport ---

into: the state.Bradford was also on the average yield of Cox and children of Hampton. Mr. AS AND BEIXG the heirs and

County is strategically situated on the two previous years and was and Mrs. Ray Cox and children of only heirs-at-law (together With Bath Room

the natural gas map, being at the "'Crossr ads of cpen to farmers who raised 10 Starke visited his parents here married their respective of J. 8.spouses Sapp. ,Jr.where. deceased -

acres or more of corn. Paymentwas Saturday evening.Mr. who died Intestate a -
the main line and the lateral line into Jackson- ,
30 cents per bushel less local resident of County,
ville. Starke and other communities in the and Mrs Madison Lee of Florida. on August II, 1S5T. ) -
administration cost for the
county should redouble their effQrts to attract corn you did not raise. 'itusville spent the weekend here and to all persons or parties havingor being 10 feet more or less north-
that this inducement will bea S. with the W. A. Saxon family and claiming any right', title." interest.! erly and along said line from the Time To ReroofTAKE
industry now new Mr. and Mrs. Saxon drove them estate, mortgage or other lien to nouthweAt corner thereof; and running -
reality rather than the dream it was for so At the same time wheat came and in those certain parcels of land thence North W degrees. V6
home to Titusville Sunday even- situate In Bradford County, Florida minutes Kasti a distance of c ;, feet ADVANTAGE OF TillS SPECIAL
many into Starke and Lawtey by car- hereinafter described, together with to Its point of exit In the E'a'ot! line
'ears.'J loadsfor livestock feed. It was leg.Mr. all unknown persons claiming bY, of the EVt of OSW'. of the N\VH
and Mrs. Glen McIntosh through,' and 'under known persons of Section 17. Township $South
first erroneously reported that spent Sunday in Daytona Beach who are dead or who are not Range 22 Eastreentering the subject -
Proud Of Our Guard anyone having a dozen chickens known to be dead or alive property at'a point in the Soutn;
visiting with his mother Mrs. line of the NE% ef JiEU ot >\\ U
could get the free wheat. Later it Rose McIntosh. "WHEREAS. HOUSTON TKAAS of Section 17. Township S South. FREE ESTIMATESCALL
Starke has to be that two was announced that only four- GAS AND OIL CORPORATION a Range 22 East said potnt being
reason proud
every Barbara Matchett, daughter corporation has flied its Petition in 300 feet more or less westerly and
of the best National Guard units in the 'state are looted animals qualified and it of Mr. and Mrs. M .M. Matchett eminent domain proceedings In the along said line from the southeast
was for livestock raisers with above entitled Court against the comer thereof and 'running thence
located in our area. Co. C in Starke and, Co. B "starving. animals." was chosen to tour with the persons whose names and places of Xorth 51 degrees 55 minutes east a OR WRITE

at Camp Blanding units of the 748th Armored 5 tniversity of Florida glee club residence are heremabove set forth, distance of 424 feet to Its point of
the defendant In neb cause
exit in the east line of the NEU of S .
through southern DAY NIGHTW044201orW0442ll
Florida OR
Ordnance Battalion, now have a total of 190 of- A Jacksonville social event of duringthe and wherein the said petitioner NE" wf NTVU of Section 17, Town-
la the
vacation seeks condemn an estate
between .
semesters.She ship 5 South Range 22 Eart.
ficers and enlisted men in their ranks. Each Interest locally was the party given is to following descrloed property as is Being lands owned by Bessie :$: app
spend from Wednesdayto '
Petition riled In
set forth in the
Mary'Tcdd and other heirs of J. S. Sapp. Jr.
unit has approximately $250,000 worth of equip. Mrs. in honorof Sunday here with her parents said cause; so that the came may deceased aforenamed and Identifiedas
Mrs. M. E. Edwards formerlyof be Bsed for right of way purposes. Line List )00. 23BRADJ7tHU.TOTT. .
ment, and their combined annual payroll is around Lawtey. Many rext week and leave on the tour and aU "Incidents thereof for the
Bradford County Sunday, Feb. 7. location and construction of natural AND EACH OK YOU. ARE
$75,000. most of which is spent in this trade area. residents attended. Mrs. L A. Han visited in Green gas transmission pipelines to-wit: HEREPY COMMANDED to be and ..
5. appear In and before the said Circuit -
'Starke has had a National Guard unit (or Home Cove Springs Wednesday last PARCEL >XX 3 JBe!lllte Sapp &: Court on the 28th day of Feb-

Strawberry growers lost 90 per week for a meeting of the O. E. ,other heirs of J. S. Sapp. Jr.. rtiary. A.D.. 1959.:; to show what interest -
Guard in the old days) almost back to Civil War cent cf their bloom and berriesin S. A dettas strip of,land aforenamed Fifty feet) in width to how you cause have! In why said It property should and not STARKE BUILDERS'SUPPLIES !

times. These units -stand ready to serve in case late January 1934 freeze. The Mrs. Wesley Griffin and daughter extending 15 feet northwesterly and be taken for the uses and purpose
35 feet southeasterly from the following -
forth In said Petition or else
of flood, riot, or any disaster or emergency need, temperature on Jan. 30 went Phyllis are visiting in Stewart, described surrey line and be barred.W1TXESS: .
down to 28 degrees and on Jan. traversing Lots 21 and -C in Wood- l
with facilities for troops, transportation, food, 21 to 26. Miss, with her father, Louis lawn Snbdivf'ion, said lots being my band and the seal INC.
of said Court this 21st day of
Breazeale., the E4 tff'SWy of WV 4 and tne
y r 'nd sheltdr. Under control of the" states the National .5. Mr NKU of NEU of NW i of Section 'January. A. D.. 1)39.CoIrnr :; .
and Mrs. P. H Lott Jr..
; It. Township 5 South. Range zr ( : SEAL)
l. Guard! ,is one of the last strongholds in the A rash cf fires during the have, moved into the newly com- East Bf ad fora County Florida CHARLES A. DARBY
same week destroyed several more particularly descnbed. as follows Clerk of the Circuit Court of
titfle lor-Stale.Rights.. More power to our units homes and damaged others. The petd! C. L. May :house. near the -to-wit; Bradford County. Ktorida. AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE FLA.
east -md-()f Hampton.: They had, &e iKnbagrat a pomt< Inthe wert By Isl] Marian .L.'Croab,_ ,
--- and.Jhe.OJ.ialliz.ation.: as a whole. bane of Harry H. Lewis of Risingwas been living in a. house on the line of tm Efc erf ,$W* of the Deputy Clerk.
KW% of'hid Section: 17,'said point 1-29 4t 2-19
destroyed, along with furni- same street, also owned by Mr. -- .- -"



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.YYYYYYYY.....TY..YY.." visit. |I I II I I,sons, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and style at the home of Patty's par- YYYTTTYYTYYTTTTYTTTYTTT' BHS Receives I Booster Club I Driver Exams Hours

W. E. Bigham Jr. left for Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey were erts, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham I'
BROOKER Ga. Monday on businessfor 'I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ji. EVERGREENBy Full AccreditationFor Will Meet Feb. 5 To Be ShortenedFor
a few days. I! K. Dukes of Lake Butler. Patty icceived many nice gifts Year 1958.59 I The Bradford County Booster Three Fridaysi

By Barbara Sue Davisiasaaasaaaa.aauasaasaaa. Mrs. Aubrey Hazen visited Mrs. : We are happy to have R. J.I I from her friends. Stanley Crawforda.aa.a..a.aaaua..aaaa. I Club will meet Thursday. Feb 5.a i For three Fridays o. ZOo: :21
Jack Thomas in Gainesville Tues Jones home from the hospital. Social Bradford High School has received -
I reople's
I1'oimg 8 p.m. in the BHS Music BUild-. and March 6, the officers givingdriver'
had been a patient in a Gainesville -:I .* full accreditation for 1958- ing. :
day.Those '59 according to a letter receivedrecently license examinations will
Mr.. and Mrs. Dannie Pizzi and I .isiting Mr. and Mrs. N.I hospital for the past seventeen i peo-ple Henry Reddish of Atlanta Ga. by Principal 4. W. Payne I President Art Holhday announces ,. be here only until noon. Usually

children of Miami returned home j J. Davis Sunday were Mr. days due to a severe heart ,Center Saturday night for a social spent the: weekend with his parents from the Florida Committee. Two that a total of ;$650 has Seen an examiner is in the county

after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Mrs. Carl Johns and Mrs. Debbie attack. I apt gored by Misses Jo Ann Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish. minor deficiencies were noted in contributed to date toward the each Thursday and Friday all day

Haze for a few days. Hall of Graham and W. A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Mack Collins and I Green "vsha Padgett and Virginia Misses Betty and Yvdhne Gas- the letter. There are four pupil new $1.570 electric Scoreboard tor The examiner will be here as
of Walao. daughter, Nancy of Fairbanks Memorial Stadium. usual all and on
Winifred Hazen of Gainesville, I Panish.Indoor kins of Jacksonville spent the periods overloaded and most This and on Thursday day

and Marvin and Vasco Hazen of I Arm?mia Rodgers and Betty visited Mrs. H. P. Gainey Sunday and outdoor games.were i weekend with their paren teachers are without a free per- other important matters will be Fridays as usual, except for these

Starke visited the Aubry Hazen Brock of Gainesville and Mrs. afternoon. played and later in the afternoon:. Miss Daisy, Pringle and Marsha iod. discussed at the Feb. 5 meeting. three days.

family recently.Mrs. Will Rodgers visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Doris Halle of Keystone refreshments of soft drinks and Brewer returned home Thursday I

Charles Perry of Gaines- j..mes Atkinson in Columbia, S. visited the Amanda Lewis family cake: was served by the chaperones after spending several days in Frank Sinatra Parolee Is Held FOREST FIRES
ville 'f C. over the weekend. Saturday afternoon. R. H. Green and Mrs. Rosie !
was the Sunday guest of her Mrs. Jacksonville with the Sinclair As Theft SuspectFred The following information is
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O.I Mr. and Mrs. Authur Moody Miss Jackie Parrish of Gainesville Pinholster. Mosely family. Has Starring RoleIn supplied by the Florida Forestry

Kan-ell. and daughter of Green Cove was the weekend guest of her Recreation Committee To Meet Little Barbara Jean Crawford Florida Film Wilson, bricklayer and Service for the past week:

Murleen: Rodgers of Daytona Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Reed parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Par- The Bradford County Recrea- celebrated her eighth birthday, parolee from the State Prison who I Number of wild fires-2.

Beach visited her parents, Mr. and Lewis and children of Starke rish.Miss tion committee will meet with the Friday.Mr. "Some Came Running' adapted has been living on Silver Lake. is! Number of acres burned--8.

Mrs. Tim Rodgers over the week-I visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkin- Iva Mae Lewis of Gaines- citizens of Brooker at the Com- and Mrs. Eugene Mac Don- from the best-selling novel ol the being held in Putnam County jail 1 Fifes since Jan. 1, 1959-5, This

son Sunday. In the afternoonMrs. ville visited her mother and family munity Center Thursday night. ald and family visited her par- same name comes Sunday to the on charges of receiving stolen time: last year 27.
end.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Emory and Atkinson and Mrs. Joyce for a few days last week. All citizens interested in this pro- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis. Florida Theatre with Frank SinaI I. property. He has denied being I j Total acres burned since Jan.

baby of Palatka and Mrs. Eva Castelin and children visited Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. gram are asked to be present. Sunday tra, Dean Martin and Shirley guilty of the charge. j 1-17. This time last year. 232

Harrell !sited Mr. and Mrs. H. friends and relatives in Starke. Lottie Edwards attended the Sally Mae Rice Becomes Bride Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Saunders MacLaine in starring roles. Four auto tires and wheels i Four inches of rain reported

I. Ware in St. Petersburg over the I Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Waters Home Demonstration Club busi- Miss Sally Mae Rice daughtero and daughter of Penney Farms Laid in a small midwesterntown stolen at Melrose were found by' Wednesday. Jan. 21 and .06 Inches -

weekend. and Richard Waters of Gaines- ness meeting at the office of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rice of visited relatives in this community in the postwar era, the Eradford authorities buned in a'I on Jan. 22. No lain on other
ville and: Dickie Davis visited Mr. Washington and Pete Hodge son in W ILoon'sant.: days. tti
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis Dorothy Ross Thursday afternoon. last week.Fletcher story cpens with the return of a grease trap I II
and Mrs. R. J. Waters of Gainesville of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hodge of Butler, and Mrs. L. A. writer after his Army discharge -
and children were Sunday luncheon Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey young
and Dickie Davis visitedMr. Brooker were united in marriage!: I Spivey.
I Bowen and daughter of Tampa and tells what happensto
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mrs. Mattie Sou ells and Mrs. Pitt ,
.Lewis of Gainesville. and Mrs. R. J. Waters in Baxter visited Mrs. Annie Lewisin Jan. 18.The visited Mi. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford him and the two girls who fall Colored admissions were: Janie
Dundee during the weekend.Mr. wedding took place at the Thurs- Sails Mitchell Evelyn Mitchell. .
a Starke hospital Tuesday. Senior and Junior, under his spell. 7oto'OSi
the ,
Mrs. Verlie Johns
and Mrs. Ardell Waters of home of the bridegroom's parents Christeener Luvinia Diggs.: Annette -
fcueral services of her brother, Mrs. R. A. Nettles Jr. and Mrs.R. day and Friday. Sinatra plays the hero, a man
Gainesville were Sunday dinner with the Rev. R. R. Carlton of Barbara: Shell, Elaine Marie
Otiell Harrell in Tampa, recently.Rev. F. Gaino visited Mrs. Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Horace Redding with conflicting personality facets :
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.Davis. Fairbanks officiating. and Carrol oj Hawthorne, Bertha Lee 666
and family visited friends
Brown in Hawthorne, Thursday.Mr. who has had two novels published i
snd Mrs. John Harris of
Dell and
The bride wore a semiformalof Alice Yvonne Turner of 1 Je
relatives in this community Sun-
and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas but whose lack of commercial,
Bell *ere Saturday luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and blue lace over blue taffeta with day. I I Lt wtey.
and children were Sunday lunch- 1 success! has discouraged him about
guests of Mrs. H. E. Stokes.
son, Craig of Jacksonville white accessories. -
were of and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rosier of "
eon guSts:;! Mr. E. finishing his third book.
Mrs. H.- E. Stokes, Mrs. S. W. weekend: guests of the W. E. Big- Lewis of Starke. After the ceremony a small reception Baker County visited the Fisher I The girls in his life are of That's Our Business
Mott and Mrs. Mattie Sowells hem: Jr. family.Mr. was held for a few close Gaskins family Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Mrs. Groover Thomas visited I widely contrasting backgroundsone
were Monday luncheon guests of and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and her sister, Mrs. Elick Thomas in friends and relatives at the Hodge and Mrs. James Johns of a good-natured illiterate. If It's Glass We Have IU I
Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott of children of Starke home. I'
visited Mrs.
Gainesville last week and returned Jacksonville visited her uncle and and the other an instructor at CALL WRITE or VISIT
Hague. Mrs. Mott and Mrs. So H. E. Stokes. Monday. I Mrs. Hodge is employed at
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rosier.
Friday night. Sunday Mr. the local college, who falls in lo"ewith
wells remained for a few days Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doctors Hospital in Starke and
Tinney I
I l last week.
and Mrs Wilbur Thomas of Gainesville I the writer against her will. Joe Peters Glass Co.
Mr. Hodge is employed by Southern -
visited his mother Mrs. I Mrs. Flora Proctor after spending I' The story presents a cross-section
Oil and Chemical Co. at the week with her sister, Mrs. I
Thomas. of life In a typical small townat FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Mr. end Mrs. Bishop Thomas Brooker. Annie Rosier has returned to her the Close of World War II.
Your banker is and children was Sunday lunch- The couple, after a short wed- home m Lake City. I 4 We Design Modern Store Front

s eon guests of Mr. |ind Mrs. H. H. ding trip, will reside in Starke. We are glad to hear that Mrs. I. HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe : Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Lewis in Starke. Lucy Griffis is recovering from Table Tops
admitted -
following patients were
Birthday Parties her recent operation.We to Bradford County Hos- 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353
of the Evergreen Church,
Little Cherie Hinton hon-
pital during last week: -
? her third birthday with a FARMBy extend our sympathy to the fam-
__ are you on Alma S. Padgett of Lawtry.
of Gordon Griffis in the
party at the Community Center I Elizabeth B. Noegel. Carmela Par- j
Sirs. O. E. Crosby of their loved one. May God bless
Jan. 21.
When you take out a mortgage Wednesday morning i rino of Tampa Rosa Mae Green, I If
and comfort each one of this r
i on your home, the Sixteen little guests enjoyed the & Aa AAAAAAAA f Gwendolyn: M. Brooker of Waldo, y
bank of has occasion with Cherie and refresh- family. Ruth Marlene Clemmons. Cloven !
course, to .
Wedding Anniversary CelebratedMr. We had 74 present in Sunday I
of cake, cakes
ments birthday cup Craft of Lawtey. Nellie F. Olm-
male sure its investment is insured. But that only protectsthe
School this week. This six
ice and soft drinks was and Mrs. R. A. Taylor was
bank. Don't forget to see that the unmortgaged part of cream aunt celebrated their thirty-fifth wed- short of the enrollment. Let us sted. Corine Janet Roberts of
G. Green
served by Mrs. E. BRAKE
your home the part you've already paid for-. .-is fully' of the honoree. Cherie received ding anniversary Sunday with a try to have i the 80 next Sunday. Raiford, and Mary Virginia Woot-

protected with insurance. I( many lovely gifts. dinner. Mrs. L. W. Pace baked a There were 100 at church services, en.Also ,
t : Irene Brooks. Pansy
Call! us for a complete property insurance checkup;.i today Thirty young people enjoyed a special cake. Sunday tiA 20 at the study course Agnes Tyre. Helen Gunga Taylor. AND FRONT END
Among those who enjoyed the Wednesday evening.
h&yride'en by Rev. and Mrs. .. I Gloria Syble Smith of Keystone
day with them were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J E. Norman and Mrs.
James Temples Mr. and Mrs. W. I
Heights David Allan Trescott
H. C. WALL AGENCYSTARKE E. Bigham Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taylor of Macclenny, Mr. :I Clyde Griffis made several visits. Alma N. Clark of Lawtey. Shirley
Har- and Mrs. A. C. Dowling of Rai Friday in! the interest of WMS !
Lloyd Wood and Mrs. Guy I Weaver Landum and Lillie EvelynVffiTOTOffiTO A
rell Saturday afternoon to cele- ford Mr. and Mrs. Roy Yates of work. I

brate the twelfth birthday of Miss Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Members of our church and I %1 M

4epreMntinl the Hartford Fire InsurwKe (,'r-r >?*ny Si Patty Bigham. After the ride refreshments Bennett of Macclenny, Mr. and visitor enjoyed the message of i.
were served buffet Mrs. Aaron Dowling and son of Peter Knezha; Sunday, on Com J

Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald munism. I LIFETIMEGuaranteed
II I Cc.jto H om
Taylor and children of Jackson- I 15

I ville, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Davis f Y YYYYYYYT YTYVTYTVYTYYYY '15 to -19 9tf

cf Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. L. MUFFLERS :
RISING Gt *** J**
W. Shaw and children of Jacksonville i \.it c i G
IMPORTANT NOTICE. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham De- ,
boe of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. ,
By )In. Gordon Jones .
Wayne Fender of Valosta Ga.. Now!EvINTtRNATtONAl

TO TAX PAYERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS% Mr.and family and Mrs.of Lake Earl City Hollingsworth, Mrs. Ella AWAAaaa AAA A AAAA A I i PARTS MUFFLER is uncondiI HERE'S VilAT.4'2 DO I

Supper guests of Mr. and :Mrs.I tonally gvaranteed for the
Ruis of Macclenny and Mac -1
Eddie Norman Wednesday were\ UFE of the vehicle on which it 1. brakes
Berto of Jacksonville. ,
7 Article 10 of the Fla. Constitution Mr. and :Mrs. Thurman Jones and 1. iirdoued.TESTED. f
According to Sec. Many others attended from the I ..
sons of Starke. fluid
2. Add necessarybrake
who has been homestead and Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor received and .
Every person receiving exemption useful Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones I:) APPROVEDAND
many daughter, Carolyn visited the E. USTED srNDERwRtTERS' 3. Re-pack front wheel bearings
those receive it for the first time should without PersonalsMr.
expecting to J. Manni family of Starke, Sun-i .....
and----- Mrs- -. Edwards- -- .-- --- of 'I 4. Balance both front wheels
fail, sign the application on or before April 1st of each year 3rooker spent the v.'eekendIith day. I tAiOIUtOR !
:Mr and Mrs. Herbert Norman1rnd TT
with the Tax Assessor.The heir son and daughterinlaw.Mr family of Lady Lake and I 5. Re-align front end
and Mrs. Ercell Edwards. Jones
and Mrs. Gordon Mr'I'
Homestead Law Provides that a person MUST be a Resident of the Countysix Mrs. Ccrine Roberts returned daughter visited R. J. Jones ,

months prior and a Resident of the State twelve months prior to January 1st to her home during the weekend, Gainesville hospital last Sunday. t .

of the year in which he claims the Homestead Exemption, AND no person is entitled after having minor surgery in Mrs. B. A. Shan of Jacksonville 'u. ,, -' .- -

to the Exemption when he votes in a County or Precinct other than the I Bradford County Hospital. spent Saturday night with Mr. BUMPER-TO-BUMPER SAFETY
Rev. and Mrs. Jones of
one in which the property is located. bronn were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. FREE INSPECTION-NOTHING TO
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis visit-
and :Mrs. Wilmont Brown, Sunday ed Mr. and Mrs. Pat Munden of I: FreeInstallation -. BUY-JUST DRIVE IN!

Listed below are the classes of property for which the Taxpayer Other guests of the Browns Lake Butler, Sunday. i ?", .l:.' ,"' '.;rt ocr: r ,.
were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and I i I
SHOULD file his return: Starke and Bill Gnann of Gaines-
Mrs. Reed Lewis and daughters SUNOCO
ville.Mrs. visited! Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow DODD'S FIRESTORE STOREPhone
REAL ESTATEYour Ray Cooper is on the sick Thomas of Brooker, Friday.
list this week. We all for her
pray Service Station .
Mrs. Russell Carter, and Mrs.
speedy WO 1-3861 528 S. Walnut St.
Land Plus IMPROVEMENTS. iccovery. William Carter and son of the i
Mrs. R. S. Rosier of Lowell! I,
State Farm spent Saturday afternoon 452 N. Temple Starke, Fla. Starke Florida
the weekend with her
t spent with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. I
daughter, :Mrs. Clarice Thompson.

PERSONAL PROPERTYStocks Mrs. Sherman Crosby and children -

spent the weekend in Gain- PHI.q 3 i
esville with her parents Mr. and

of Merchandise, Mrs. Joy Green. .
I Y tpII( w>cat -- w
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby visited -
Equipment and Furnishings, I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

Machinery, Livestock, Boats & Motors, i L. Johns at New River Sunday. Firestone New TiresWorld
:Mrs. Owen House has been sub-

Tractors, Farm Equipment, stituting 'for Mrs. Ethel Sewell .
Household Goods and Personal Effects (1st $1,000 valuation SF fifth grade teacher in Starke. Famous for Qualify A.
You are invited to attend the

f exempt) 1 graduation exercises at the University Unequalled for Value y
I, cf Florida Saturday night, As

I Jan. 31. I am very happy to say little '

PERSONAL PROPERTYI that I member of this
group. As 2' fo r 2590 H

We are sorry that we did not ri.
This includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified checks, call everyone for news this week .. BLACK TUBED

bills of exchange, drafts and money placed with savings, building but were very busy Monday. We ...... ...... ; ..

I .*atfWUCi.i/!{ !!; | / will try to contact everyone next
and loan associations. ? week, if not please can us. famous Firestone LOW PRICES-ALL SIZES

Mrs. B. A. Shaw returned to her
All stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated companies home in Jacksonville after spend- K 1 TREAD DESIGN SIZE PRICE- dYumi

all bonds except bonds of the United States Governmentand ing a week with her soninlawand 6.00-16 2 for $23.90 %'-
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rus- 6
its agencies and all notes accounts and bills receivable, mort- sell Carter. S/F Safety-Fortified 6.7O-15 2 for 25.90rq,

Thought for the week-Let us CORD BODY 7.10-15 2 for 29.70
real and personal situated outside of Florida
gages on property take time for all things. ;'
7.60-15 2 for 32.50Dodd's
annuities etc.All .
extra-long mileage
I Plus tax and recappable tire h

the above are Due On or Before April 1st of Each YearWe WILLIAMSJEWELRY Your? Trade-in Tires

encourage you to work with us on these forms and to contact us on any Make the Down Payment

problem that you may have. In the past years our county has grown and expanded

economically, all of this has increased the demands of all Tax supported I See quality short posted in our fire Deportment,At Firestone, price b the true guide to the quality of our tires.

agencies in the County. The only way we can meet these demands is by a Uni- II WATCHES DIAMONDS

form System and close relations with you, the Property Owner. We respectfully
ask your whole hearted cooperation. w

All Work GuaranteedA.

GENE LONGTax C. WilliamsStarke Firestone StorePhone

Assessor Fla.
r j I WO 4-3861 Starke, Fla. 528 S. Walnut St.THURSDAY. .




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t Confederate Tea ;1 r-e4. -,L. Miss Ann Elder Woman's Club

Given By UDC Observes Birthday i Plans Card PartyThe

In Parish House I 1 'I With Dance At ClubMiss i Starke Woman s Club U

+r s sponsoring' a card party Thursday
St. Mark's Episcopal Parish Ann Elder: celebrated her;
I vr evening Feb. 12 at 8 o'clock at
House was the setting for the ISlh birthday anniversary last :
; the club house.
I r 'a .r lovely Confederate Silver Tea I Saturday e'emngnth a party at

Mooty (1 given Thursday afternoon, Jan. 22, the Starke Woman's Club. Advance admission tickets for $I

_._, ... from 3:30 to 5 o'clock by W. 'r.Week's rti may be obtained from Mrs t(. A.
...,- -,_.- .r. ., -.. The club house was decoratedfor
.1 United i ;!.ii. Bishop Jr. at the telephone office
Chapter Daugh- the occasion with light ,green
Miss Susan EasterIs '|,Buffet Dinner .ks ters of the Confederacy. and yellow crepe paper streamers Or from Mrs. Junius Smith at the
a Starke Laundry. Tickets also
Mrs. York Potted palms with small Con- The individual tables placed around may
ComplimentedAt ; Honoring
he obtained at the aoor the evening -
federate flags at the base formeda I I the dance floor were decorated -
Two PartiesMiss i! And Dr. StithMrs. w4 I of the party.
colorful background in the club with green and yellow can-
Prizes will be given for all types<
room for this delightful occasion. .L dles. The refreshment table in,
: Susan Easter who with y. of card games and refreshmentswill
JoAnn Dinkins York and
The receiving line stood in front of the sunroom was o'erlaldnth alovely
her family, is moving to Valdosta, Dr. James L. istith whose mar- ah I also be sen.ed.UDC .
the fireplace where the mantel lace cloth and centered witha
Ga. in the near future, was honor- riage will be an event of Friday
held a beautiful fan-shaped ar- four tiered birthday cake decor-
ed with two gomg-away partiesthe evening, Feb. 6, at 7:30: o'clockin .
..j.jiw. NoticeThe
rangement of tall red gladioli and ated with yellow and green ros-
past weekend. the First Baptist Church
;: magnolia leaves. ettes. Crystal punch bowls were

The Catholic Recreation Center honored guests at a 'ouflet dinner v- a The tea table was lovely with placed at 'both ends of the table at I I W.. T. Week's Chapter. U.

vas the setting for a delightful given in their honor by Mrs LA- an imported white linen cutwork which Mrs. D. R. Devnck and I D. C. will meet Wednesday alter.
vern Outlaw anti Mrs. RandalChitty -.: Feb. 4, at 3 o'clock at the
party for Susan last Saturday r.a noon.
i ..I.kas cloth centered with an antique Mrs. Charles Hardy presided
silver! fruit bowl holding red car- Also assisting Mrs. M. V. older
Outlaw home the Gainesville
Pellum. Linda Thomas. Barbara on
rations, button mums and pods of in servingand canng for her!

Blankenship and Sylvia Glisson. load.The eiff 1. : white grapes, intermingled with daughter's guests were ChUllt"! World Day Of Prayer

The dance hall was gayly decorated buffet dinner was served 1.
Dliniat. e. Confederate flags. Cowen and Mrs.Joyce Ward. I

with blue and white crepe from a beautifully appointed table Four silver candle holders with Frances Martin The approximately 50 guests j Friday MorningThe
A -
paper streamers and balloons. JightE'tith burnjng tapers. The S burning white tapers completed To Wed T. J. TyreThe enjoyed dancing during the party V'orld Day o: Prayer will

The approximately 100 guests centerpiece was an antique scale i.r. the arrangement. Presiding at I hours. Miss Elizabeth Cox ot I be held Friday morning. Feb. 13.
which held assortment of
enjoyed dancing during the party an fruit the silver coffee and tea servicesat marriage of Miss: Frances'Martin i I Jacksonville was an out of town at 10 o'clock at theEpk"'opal

hours and had refreshments of and small vegetables. Burnirslepers both ends of the table were to Thomas Jackson Tyre, guestWSCS

. sandwiches' crackers dips. sott were placed) along each wall -'Y-: : Mrs. C. E.Johns. and Mrs. Lex Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.: Thomas I Ii I.I Churcn.Council of.sponso'.ed Church by Women.All the Starke.
and the buffet cabinet.
on > Green the first hour, and Mrs. E.
brinks: nuts and mints. .' i Jackson Tyre of Melrose will :
: NoticeCircles
The group was chaperoned by Following dinner, the honor K. Perryman and Mrs. J. ":. WU-! take place Friday evening. Feb. I churches of the communitywill

Mrs. W. D. Thomas. guests were surprised: with a kit- son the second hour. Silver trays 20. at 7 p m. in the North Side'I of the First Methodist participate and the public is

hen shower by the coupes! pres- ?nd compotes held dainty open- Baptist Church. WSCS will meet next week as follows : cordially invited to attend.

Miss Easter was also honored ata ent. The hostesses presented the face sandwiches, cake squares,I Miss Martin is the daughter of I : I

barbecue supper and dance :Sat- honorees \vith a canister set as a ,,. and nuts. I the late Henry Martin and Mrs. Circle 1 at the home of Mrs.
memento of the occasion. a .1. ..c.3wit at the door
; Receiving guests
urday evening by George ratten Carl Thomas.t Robert Green, Tuesday Keb. 3.
were Mrs. Junius Smith Mrs.: (:. reistni
Jr. and Margaret Ann Umkins at ;t reception will be held follow- 10 a.m. Mrs Phil Sttider and

the home of the latter in Saratoga Madison Street WMU J. McGriff Sr.. Miss Madge AUd-: ing the wedding at the home ot Mrs. C. W. I'arkt'rnll be co- .
N : ..' dleton and Mrs. George Patten.
Heights.The Met At ChurchThe Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown. hostesses. I
: I Standing in the receiving line were
party was held m the carport a., et ,', f. x 4 F Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. Mrs.: L. G.I No invitations are being sent. Circle 2ill meet at the parsonage '-', Fri_ Sat. Jan. :30. :31DOUBLE
\where the barbecue supper WMU of the Madison Street ,.t -S S i but all friends and relatives are on Monday. Feb 2. at ;. FEATURERock
I Powell Mrs. Steve Simmons. and -
was cooked on an outdoor grill., Baptist arch met Tuesday evening I invited to attend. p. m. with :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins as
Mrs. L.A. Davis Assisting
Following supper the 23 guests enJoyed for their regular business I co-hostess.' i I Island Trail
for the
in and
caring guests
dancing meeting at the church. Mrs. H. : Ii Circle 3 will meet at the home'of '' Forrest Tut'ktr.t1f'lf' Mata and
Mrs. A. AmbroseWinklerWedding
were Mrs George i I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins A. Lawson, president, presided Mrs W. H. Nollman on Monday. Bruce Cabot
Z Adkins Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sr"Mrs. i
and Miss Gaie Denn of Jacksonville Circle No. 2 presented the pro- Herbert Thomas. Mrs Bertha 1; February 14 Feb. 2. at 3 p.m. AND

using the topic "The Lord's Cirt'le11: meet at the home!
assisted in I gram
serving. Pearce. Mrs. F B. Beard. Mrs.: J. I IN BETWEENAGE
II Song in a Strange Land." Taking : The wedding of Miss Martha of Mrs. Harry Green on Wednes
I R. Kelly trs. W. G. HaiJe. Mrs.'
Jcann Winkler. daughter of Mr. day. Feb. 4, at 10 a.m.
part the YWCA girls. Miss
Social Club Meets .J. T. Lawson. Mrs. H. A. Lawson
I Judy Dankel reader Misses Syl- i,;and Mrs. E. A. Winkler. to Gordon Plus Serial Chapter No. 4 and
Miss Claire Douglas W eds Kenneth NoegelIn and :MIsseS Mary Agnes and Anne J'J'I I
In Church Hall via Paulk and Bobbie
I Jean Oakes Matthews, Betty Ann Simmons,:I I Ray Ambrose. son of Mrs. High School PTA Vrior Cartoon for Kids

sang several songs, followed by Lovely Home Ceremony Friday Evening Markley ann Johns. and Harriet:Phillip M. Ambrose of Plymouth. I !I

The Starke Social Club met InI I prayer by Mrs. J. H. Mabry Jr. N. C. win take place Saturday )I I Has DCT Program I SUN.. MON. Tt'ES.

the Presbyterian Church hall on( Mrs. R. O. Dansby, YWA director Miss Carolyn Ciaiie Douglas I Mrs. Douglas chose for her Powell. I etening. Feb. 14, at 7:30 o'clock !!I Feb.I. 2. 3iOt'RLE

Jan 20 for games and reiresh- :, announced a banquet will daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. daughter's wedding a mauve silk: in the Christian Church. A reception '' Bradford High PTA met Tues FEATURELA -

ments after a brief business ses- Douglas became the bride of' :shantung: and lace gown with lace Stork Shower Given day. Jan. 20. in the school library.
be held during YWA Focus Week, I' will folIoat St. Mark'sEpiscopal I
sion. Two new members, Mr. and ;, Kenneth Arlen Noegel. son of Mr. j inserts.; She wore matching satin 'I I The devotional was brought by! PARISIENNE
February 8-14, and a Bride's Bible For Mrs. AI Garner I Parish House on N. I II I
Mrs. Joseph Kerrigan of Silver ,, Service on Wednesday, Feb. 11. I and Mrs. Joseph Noegel at a lovely -I shoes and a white carnation cor- i I Church street. |!! Rev. J. H. Mabry of the Madison I I Charles Boyer n..nrildal and

Lake, were welcomed at this time.| I ceremony performed Friday! sage. I : Street Baptist Church. I, Brixitte Banlot
It '\\announced that a Revival Mrs Gene Noegel entertained : No invitations are being issued
Hosts were Mrs Rebecca Simp-1! i evening, Jan. 23 at i o'clock at Mrs. Noegel was attired in aI Bill Costello in charge of the A1)SIERRA
will be held at the church from' at a lovely) stork shower Thursday but all friends and relatives! of .
son Mrs. Eula Whigham. Mrs. ., the home of the bride's parents I blue lace over taffeta gown complimented I picgram. ga'ean interesting picture :
April 26 thru May 3. with cottage : evening Jan. 22. at her home I II the couple are invited to attend. BARON
Carrie Ward, and C. K. Bradford. ;22 W. Adkins street, Starke. Kev. ,I with a white carnationcorsage. : of the DCT work and its ben-
prayer meetings to be held the ., at 742 S. Westmoreland street:; / I
Johnny Childress of Orlando I efits to the student and the com- :I Tins 'artoon
next meeting will be held week of April 13. performed j honoring Mrs. Albert K. Garner, WOW NoticeThe
the double i after the wedding I., I'munity. He was assisted 'toy several -
I I Immediately
In the Presbyterian hall on Ket ring ceremony. -
Circle Xo. 1 will meet .. ,
Tuesday I i
The betore : was held at the Jr.The i DCT students. Wed., Thur. Feb. I. 5DOUBLE
5 at 7:30: Songs. entertainment vows were repeated | a reception Douglas '
p.m. morning, Feb. 3. at 9:30, at the refreshment table was Supreme Forest Woodman's'circle : '
an improvised altar with ; home. The ibilde's table was Attendance prize was won by FEATUREGunsmoke -
lighted I
and are and 'i
games home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman. 41V beautiful with a lace cloth and will meet at the home of'Mrs.
branched candelabra entwined o'erwith a cascade the seniors and the 12th grade
visitors are invited. i N. Walnnut street. I arrangementof centered with a small yellow umbrella Ira Wilson, Tuesday evening :' In TucsonMark
I with fern. Arrangements of white I white gladioli and mums centered : 'mothers served refreshments.
standing in a bowl of car- Feb. 3, at 7:30 o clock. I :Str\en Forrest Tucker
gladioli and chrysanthemums were with three-tiered Wedd1ngcake I
I nations and
nafl'issi.t'lankmg AND
placed at vantage points throughout topped with a miniature I Brownie NoticeThe
the arrangement were tall burning -
the living room. Mrs: 1'aul handpainted bride and groom. The I BoardThe Escape From San
yellow tapers with pale green Brownie Scouts will meet I
Canova, organist, played nuptial cake was decorated with white !
'bowls.) Presiding at the two silver executive board of the' tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at QuentinJohnny
music while the guests assembledand and pink rosettes and a ruffle of ,
; tea and coffee services at bOth Starke Wom the traditional wedding net was arranged around the bot-:
marches were used. ends of the table were Mrs. Sam' the club house Thursday alter- leader. Mrs. J. 1) Warren. for a Plus ('oNr Cartoon for Kid

tom.Miss Zack and Mrs. William Johnson noon. Feb. 5. at 3:30 o'clock. makeup meeting..
Charles Nopgel served his brother -I : Margaret Douglas greeted
The cake was cut by Mrs. GarnerSr.
as 'best man. guests at the door and also kept

,I I II Mrs. Lamar Crosby': of Pompano I the bride's book. Mrs. Irving and Neopolitan ice crram
rookies and nuts were also served.
Beach attended the bride as matron Biddle of Palatka
I cut the bride'scake
I The were favors ot
guests given THIS HOME ON
I I It of honor in a lovely gown and Mrs Gene Long assistedin
t nut cup umbrellas filled with mix
I featuring a blue chiffon bodice, serving. ed nuts.

with off-the-shoulder effect arm?,
i' After spending some time with
The ten guests enjoyed appro-
blue nylon net skirt over talteta. : their guests the )'ollngcouple left priate games during the party; For

She wore matching satin shoes on a short wedding trip in South hours and prizes were awarded to, YOUR As .60

and parried a cascade bouquet of Florida and are noat the winners. The honorees,, LOT 41

white daisies. I home at 311 W. Madison street, presented with many lovely and i Little p.month

The bride. who was given in Starke. The bride chose for traveling useful gifts from a yellow and As

1 I marriage by her father, chose for a cherry red suit with black green decorated basket. Or Full Cash Price $1 TQC

I her wedding a beautiful white and white accessories and wore

I satin and lace ballerina length the orchid from her bridal bou- (Without; Carport) ww
Garden Club Hears
I I gown. The fitted bodice had a i I !

Peter Pan collar formed a V in quet.The bride is a graduate of Bradford -' Program On RosesRose ,

I the front, and had self-covered I High School, class of 19::>7,! !_;. '. = ..: ;;;;- --- \

RCA Victor Donley. Big value in i! buttons down the back. The I and is at present a secretary In Culture was the subject of -

table TV. 262 sq. in. picture. Balanced sleeves tapered to discussion at the Starke Garden
I points over the I the office of Dr. H. H. Adams. Mr.NV I Ir

Fidelity FM Sound. Pull push I wrists. The full gathered skirt" egel: is a graduate of Bradford Club meeting Monday evenmg in

on-off switch with Stay-Set volume featured: a lace peplum in back High School class of 1956. and Is' the Parish House.

control. Transformer-powered chassis showing white net. Her fingertip a junior at the University of Klor-j Mrs. )f. F. Hazen, vice-presi
with Improved weak signal reception. veil was attached to an Archie ida. dent conducted the meeting due I ,''r it n / tI
Tube-saving power surge resistor. :. Eason cap decorated with lace and Out-of-town guests at the wedding to illness of the president. .Mrs. I, ,l I
Printed circuits.Available in 3 finishes. I: simulated) pearls and came to a.' and reception were Mr. and: Jessie Young. The flower arrange-
point on her forehead. Her only'I ment workshop to be held In
i Mrs. Irving Bifldle and daughter.!
I I: crnament as a single strand or I March was discussed which will -
( Linda of Palatka. Mrs Lamar'Crosby -=:;;;::: .. -
199.95 pearls a gift of the groom. She I of Pompano Beach Kev. precede the annual Flower Shopin ---------::-: ....-. .
carried a white cascade April. :: .. -
arrangement and Mrs. Johnny Childress =: r'i.
of Or- "--0 ..-. .-_:., -=-
I of pompoms and carnations -i'| Mr. and Mrs. Ken Boynton Mrs. J. D. Doyle read a pamphlet .

centered with a lavender i I and Mr. on Rose Culture during the ,
j throated white orchid with white and and Mrs Fred Jenkins,II program and an open discussionon I THE AR-BRITE-lifetime Western Cedar shingled 2.- '
sons of Gainesville and !
satin narrow streamers. 'I Douglas of Jacksonville. Wayne I II roses, azaleas and camelliasfolJo.ed. bedroom home with carport, utility room and aluminum atHO ''T'i e>r

See The NewVICTOR awning windows across front.
BPW Members I Martha Struth I II The hostesses served a dessert

i course during the social hour.

RCA Meeting Honored SundayThe At District I I Is Party Martha HonoreeLittle Struth celebrated Birthday Party SO other designs from 26'!.

her third birthday For Sandra HaasThe'
% Starke Business & Profes- anniversary

sional Women's Club Tuesday afternoon with a party DOWN PAYMENT-HO RED TAn. tact HOT PtfFAI. Roar play .. ,
joined the ey r4 _
theme chosen for the seventh R
Stereo-Orthophonic; Hi i ft RecordI for 15 friends. I bring your deed- e do the rest. WE DO NOT can we yew ova plan.
Lake City and Arlington Clubsa birthday anniversary of San KEEP TOOK DUD.
I II I A lovely) pink and YOU SAVE S WITH sua IIOMES. C l w..,. ...
I hostesses for District Three in white color: dra Haas last Saturday afternoonwas YouRS Fin AND CUAt IN LESS THAN SIX tihed! on' '''' outside floored nd wimtutting all 1Nf"-

Player In Our Showroom Lake City Sunday. The Arlington motif was carried out in the deco-, a "dress-up" party given at i TEARS. Financing includes all ctowng Wet, tAb -designed .o 1Nt KMnd eetiy flmyt
I niUl'anc.es 3 wv $1.000"
i i rations. The yeas mturinc S3.0CO.
II Club had charge of the Workshop, pink and white, the home of her parents Air. and j
II I tirthday cake STAR f.uva: FuI 8-fOtJt tlDelQr, rstrs drair.
and the Starke Club provided entertainment on the Mrs. W. S. Haas on Brownlee CMOOSC FROM. Over 50 Dvor n0atwn-f .*. AI rth
I plarti to choose from. Price $1.095( to and JOists aeasblea
Call WO 4-6901 For Free HomeDemonstration in the form of a dining room table was surrounded| Road. I [)C o..We frllnine on doors and window 2"x6* ,ae a
with and raftert Wgh-jrade *. Metal
I hilarious "take off" on club meet- pink camellias. The young1t l The eight little girls all came I CKOlCt Of EXrtllOftS. western Cedar Shi gks. lO-powid heavy asphalt pa riw sters were given favors Novelty Siding. Board and Batten V-BKd Sid,",
i t of plastic dressed: in their mothers' last Aibestus Srwwies. fcfe. 15-PlJW'd" infer tt roof an4eadra aodIns Iii'
ings.Mrs. or an attractive caiib.utrom Mutation
Nate Dyal was elected Di- : candy baskets and balloons. j year's finery their costumes com- -
- -
I rector of District Three for 1959- ,' Mrs. Merrill Struth was assisted I Ii plete) with high heels and stunning I 1-Mar 1I1KI1-::::. Inc. ,

60. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle was in caring for her daughter's guests i hats.A .

elected on the State Nominating by Martha's aunt. Miss Kate fashion show was the climaxof MAIL I 6.38 North EdJPwood PLEASE TKIXT f

Committee serve at the State : Struth. fife party with each participant Jacksonville, flag

Convention in June. t receiving a prize of a beauty aid I I
ServiceAll Please Mud FREE folder and material
1V Miss Badge' Middleton Miss Elementary PTA which was drawn from a "wishing t descriptive

Della Rosenberg. Mrs. W. E. To- To Hear pot. THIS I to: I II

i rode. Mrs. Nate Dyal. and Mrs.J. ; ReportThe The fashion show was precededby NAME _
D. Doyle were honored in a birthday cake and ice cream. I -- -- I

recognition service for charter Starke Elementary Schools, Mrs. Haas was assisted by Mrs. COUPON T
Work PTA will meet Tuesday. Keb. 3, ADDDESS
Guaranteed I
Free Estimates j I members of clubs in the district. at 7:30 p.m. in the cafetonum.I I N. B. Rosier.Junior -- ----- I II

Fully ) Members of the local club attending There will be a special t'ounder'S'Da
Equipped -- DependableAll I f
j' were Mrs. Edward Hall. and an Club Set ---- --------
program important - - - -
Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S president: Miss Florence Jennings report on the recent workshop in,For C. U. ProgramCivil

treasurer Mrs. Eugene Tallahassee for the purpose Of informing SEE OUR MODEL HOMES! Or. air

Pearson corresponding secretary: all Defense will be the subject
districts of proposed Star' .... h--a ..... .. c ..aE..Lwt .
Lonnie Mrs. of the Junior Woman's Club
Mrs. Harley. Pansy legislation concerning education. 101 +mile .ljecfao..fii1

RADIO & TV Quigley. Mrs. Lee Dunnavent. Mrs.J. All organizations and all persons .. program at the regular meeting.I to f p.M.

,, D. Doyle. Mrs. Nate Dyal. Mrs. interested Monday! night at 8 o'clock in Ute
in this
INMAN D. GREEN, Owner Ray Stone. Mrs': Pauline Torode. are invited to attend. program 4 j club house William Haas and Homes STAft CALLUS

and Misses Madge Middleton and I Jack Trawick will be guest speakers. HOMES hL

TV Radio Seat ,
Upholstering Della Rosenberg. COLLECT

Junior Club Board I Hostesses for the evening will U.$. to war ILun g sTun ..

Phone WO 4.6901 Starke Fla. Altar SocietySt. be Miss Louise Stern. chairman 638 North EdgewoodJacksonville ;

i The executive board of the. Mrs Jim Chasteen. Mrs.| W. M. 'II Nom --_ EV 7-5511
i iA't
Color T.V. Headquarters Edward's Altar! Society will Junior Woman's Club will meet 1, Smith. Mrs. Tommy 1rf> *reau. Florida: IDCIWOOO cx !! I.tS

I meet Tuesday evenins. Feb. 3. at louUhiTlwirsdayJ! at< 7:30: o'1 -' Mtin Iaftin'Stump; :a11d-. n. raut'j &Ana -

8 clock in the Parish HalL 1 clock in the club house. j, Hutchins. I




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Ij 0- : Mr. and: Mrs. Bill Dansby and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick. Sr.visited Funeral.Sunday. I Waldo Infant Dies .0.- ---------

., I !Mr. ani; Mrs. Les Crevrs: of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Milieu
I For Richard Griffis After Swallowing wlen needRELIABLE :
J were Sunday visitors of Sunday afternoon in Folkston Ga. > yen

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Mrs. R. C. Weaver. Sr. and Mr. At Evergreen Insecticide .

Mrs. Oscar Hendrix and son of and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Jr. of I! -

J.j Palatka are spending two weeks Jacksonville are spending the Richard rims, 66, of Starke, I: Darrell Jercme Smith. one-year- GAS

; with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. weekend with Mrs. Hogan Smith died at his "home Wednesday, Jan. : cld son of Mr. and Mrs.: C. G. SERVICEa

.j: IN THE NEWS P. Dill. and will attend the graduation of 21. after a /brief! uiiess.- I mith of Waldo, die Monday

I Mrs. C. J. Houpt was in Orlandothe their granddaughter and niece. Born in Bradford County on night after swallowing quantityof 1

-Gec--p -.- .....- ..... -- -..-... first of the week on business. Mrs. James Rowe from U. of F. Feb. 1, 1892, he was the son of insecticide. I THINK OF SLflDE GAS
",:t.--- Mrs. T. E. Strickland of Belle Saturday evening. Mrs. Rowe Richard and Easter Griffis, and Alachua County Sheriff Joe Crevasse ,

Mrs. Lola Garbett was confined I Mrs. Alice Anderson and Mrs. Clade was the overnight guest last rtarted teaching fifth grade at spent his entire life in the county. said the childn.S rushed' .

In Alachua General Hospital last Hogan Smith were Saturday evening Wednesday cf Mr. and Mrs. Paul the Union County school in Lake Besides his wile, Emma Padgett I i to Alachua General Hospital after II i TANKS FROM I 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP '

Tuesday to Friday for surgery. I dinner guests of Air. and Raymond.Mrs. Butler last Monday.Mrs. Griffis, he is survived by one he got some parathion in his .

: :. 1t. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams -! :Mrs.: L. A.Brown. In Jacksonville. Charles Sawyer visited C. F. Ward left Wednesdayfor daughter, Mrs. Arthur Masters,I mouth. The insecticide is a powder PHONE WO 43551COMPLETE '

and daughter of Palmetto Mr. and 1lrs. Everett Hewitt ot I Pvt. Sawyer at Fort Jackson, a week's visit with Rev. and Starke; one step-daughter, Mrs.:I I usually mixed with water fori.I

were weekend guests of Mr. sinrt Lake City were weekend guests:. Columbia: S. C. last weekend.Mr. Mrs. W. S. McAliley and lamily: Lewis Thomas, Starke; one son I plant spraying. It fiad been leftion

Mrs.R.. V. Chapman. I cf Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. I and Mrs. Leaton MorganJr. in Dothan, Ala. Russell Griffis, Starke; one broth-:t' the back porch of the Smith

: Douglas Noun, Jerorr.o F.lwad5: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. i I and children. Mrs. LarrySupcmault Hallmark Valentines at Bullington's. -!I er, Wesley Griffis, Lake City; and home, he said. TREE SERVICE
:: K. rerryman, Mrs. O. L. Tiay-'
L and Misses: Jackie Colley Jack t\ : and daughter, Mr. When you care to send the two sister: 11rs.Iarga.n t Ruts The boy's father is employed at

Hobbs, Nancy Bates and Alel Sbi r.cs Sr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at-!I and Mrs. L. U. Morgan Sr.. and very best. I,I Lake City, and Mrs. Rebecca II a bulk oil plant in Gainesville.
tended the annual Confederate reception -
Stallings of FSU will arrive home Buddy Matthews attended the Mrs. Titus Olson is returning Moates, DeLand. *
S Sunday afternoon at the!I aj_ Pruning Cavity Work
this Hvek for their midsemestervacat funeral of a relative in Jacksonville Sunday from a month's visit with 1 I Funeral services were held at -
and Mrs. Sem- Doctors
home of Mr. George Hospital .
'enJTr I. : Monday afternoon. her mother, Mrs. George S. Lilley,' the graveside in Evergreen Cemetery l4klfr. Bracing Tree Removal
in Jacksonville.Mr. i I
.- 'd Mrs. C. C. Hoppe ot mes: ar.d Mrs. Hob McClellan Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thomas, in Olney, Ill. I' near Raiford at 1 p.m. Sun-i Is AccreditedBy

Tai sricnt the weekend with have rented the upstairs apart-I who were married on Jan. 9 in Vernon Reddish, who is employed -. day with Rev. Ernest Griffis of- Osteopath Group ;!;I;: De-Mossing Transplanting .

1\11" '). B-asley and Mrs. J. W. Auburndale, were here last week by Sun Oil Co. in Marcus Hook,. ficiating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ;
I ment of the R. 1i. Alvarez home on I i
Khr! ':d.J E Brownlee street, [end to visit Mr. Thomas's father, Pa., is home on two weeks vaca Home was in charge of ar-:; Doctors Hospital of Starke has Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S

C. Stith and daughter, Cecil Thomas, and grandmother, tion.Mr. rangements. I met required standards for registration -
Mrs. H. L. Speer of Lake Worth
Sa'Ir.' of Fulls Church, Va. arrve I' Mrs. Mallory Thomas. Before and Mrs. Richard Kay and !i !by the American Osteopathic -
is her sisters Mrs. G. J.
their marriage Mrs. Thomas was sons of Savannah Ga. spent the Association, it was announced -
Si'-arfay: to spend a week McGriff, Sr. and Mrs. Lex Green I I Rites Thursday i iI i TREE SURGEONSPETE
, with her mother, Mrs. H. L.,. Miss Mary Alice Cotton. eekend with her parents. Mr.:! and I I this week -by the Board

. Biownlee. Dr. Stith will join his I and families for several days. I Mrs. H M. Hatcher Jr. attendeda Mrs. J. S. Sapp and family. I.I For P. O. StarlingAt cf Trustees in Chicago.To .
Mr. 2nd Mrs. F. V. Herlong and
Mrs. Morris Williams and children -
'I family t. t rivirsday. I : PTA conference in Tallahassee GrahamPerry gain recognition by the SAPP, OwnerP.
son, Mark of Jacksonville were
of: Folkston, Ga. are
1 last week at which proposed spending
must an annual -, I
AOA. a hospital pass
=\'=--- .;_ I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.W.. legislation in regard to educationwas this week 'with her parents Mr.: Oliver Starling, 68, of inspection to determine thatit i I 0. Box 77-1 Phone EA 5.4887 Palatka, Fla.
-- P Herlong.
and :Mrs.: Jesse Newsome.
discussed.Mr. Graham died Tuesday in a meets standards of good patientcare
Visit our new Hallmark Greet- Mr. and Mrs. H. Clark and AGENTS -
I iud Mrs. Leaton MorganJr. W. I Gainesville hospital after a brief and sanitation, and that its
ing: Card Center. Over 300 newc'cyisiis and children visited Mrs. Mor- son of Orlando spent the weekend illness. physical plant is suitable for hospital Phone FR 6-2661 Phone :MA 9 :3617

rf rida.THtATRE just arrived at Rulling-I gan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. with the Gene, Billy and Stanley. Born at LaCrosse on April 14. use. It must also comply Gainesville, Fla.. Ocala. Fia.

I ton's.Mrs. 'Dean, and other relatives in Noegel families. 1890, he was the son of the late with city and state laws govern-
i Jessie Young entered Phone 1631 lake CitFla..
Auburndale over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman John and Sallie Cauthern Starl ing hospital operation.flRRtvPL .
I Bradford County Hospital on
nnd Mrs. H. A. Lawson and have b visiting their daughter, ing. I

. I Mcnda/Mrs. George with bronchitis.Huggins and chil- !rC.: H. Register will be in Mrs. W. B. Boyd of St. Peters Surviving are his wife. Mrs.ALe if -r ._ __
I Tallahassee Saturday to attend burg. Mrs. Boyd underwent surgery -
chen visited; Mrs. S. M. Jeffords Hines Starling of Graham;
at the Mem-!'
'I the graduation of their daughterand Baptist
'I two daughters. Mrs. Hazel Thomas -
in High Springs on Monday. orial Hospital, Jacksonville. I
SAT. JAN. 31 ONLY granddaughter Miss Agnes Hampton and Mis. Catherine
; Jesse Moore of Douglas, Ga.
Mrs. Bertha Pearce the:
Lawson, from FSU. spent Dyal. Graham; one son, J. W.
was a Sunday afternoon visitor I
weekend with her Mrs. i !
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Yancey and daughter Starling. clearwater; four broth. p
c his niece, Mrs. Ira Harris and
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Yancey of Mary Lane, in Jacksonville.Mr. i ers. Harley and Russell Starting, I

family. I Jacksonville Sunday dinner and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis I
: u..c; Mrs. L. A. Weekly. Sr. and were : both of Graham, 'Ellis Starling,
JOfl McCREA g-oests of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yan- of Wilmington Dela. will spend' Tampa, and Guy Starling, Starke; I
granddaughters, Pam and Cynthia Bradford County Hospital announces -
R. Yancey's the weekend with Col.! and 11 I
('(yon the occasion of G. rs. sisters Mrs. Murry Osteen
I I'. YVONNE DE CARW cf Ocala were Sunday visitors birthday anniversary. T. T. Long while enroute to the i. and Mrs. Viola Edmondson! both I the following births: ,
PEDRO ARMOIDARIl of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Richard demon-
!Mrs. O. F. Siemer. Sr. and Caribbean Islands for a vacation. half .
of Miami. and one sister.
'({f} A UNl\RSAl.-INTERNATIONAl PICTURE I Mrs. Morris Love and son. Alex !granddaughter Belle spent the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and 'j'I Funeral services were held in of Starke, a son. Richard Eugene ,.,
o! Tampa will be guests of Mr. demons Jr., Jan. 21.
daughter and Mrs. J. M.
first of the week with her daughter Carolyn !Itbp Graham Baptist Church of
and Mrs. George Flynn. Jr. from Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Craft of
ANDdvI Jacksonville.Mr. Mitchell visited Mrs. George Livingston -
: and family in i which he was a merriber at 3:30
Thursday to Saturday. Lawtey, a daughter, Debbie Carol
and Mrs. E. D. Tenly visited in Tampa on Sunday. ,:! n m. Thursday with Rev. S. .1';. MOTOROIA STEREO HIGH FIDElITY
I Mrs. Jj mes Kinchen and chil- Mrs. Frank Landrum underwent Jan. 22. MOST VERSATILE
her father C. H. Walters, in Sparks and Rev. Billy Bryant ol- FINE EVHWHERI
I dren of Jacksonville were Sunday Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. surgery in Bradford County., firiating. Burial was in the fam-,I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron F. Taylor of PORTABLE PHONO SOUNDS

| afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. -ind Mrs. L. D. Vining spent Hospital on Tuesday. : Mv nlot' in Antioch Cemetery near I i Starke, a daughter, Debra Elaine.; Makes stereo sound good in every room. Detachable .:

[ Merrill! Edwards. last wpek in Stockton, Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Woodnw Poison TsCrosse!' with DeWitt C. Jones Jan. 24. speaker cabinets play close togetheror ..

{1 :Mr. and Mrs. Howard Luebkeof Mr. and Mrs. Walter Timmerman. Wilhston were Sunday visitorsof Funeral Home in charge of ar- Mr. and Mrs. William H. Stiveyof far apart. 16-watt tone dual controls channel, balance amplifier.controL ..
I speakers.Separate
V21a Lake City were last Friday i While there Mr. Vining went on Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Sale. rangements. Starke a daughter Teresa Dual sapphire stylus. Luggage-type car.

I evening dinner guests of Mr. and to Atlanta to visit his brother, Mrs. W. B. Mundy visited her i i I Kathryn Jan. 26. rying case. Spice Brown,

I';Mrs. Mack Futch. Gus Vir1 ng. who is confined in daughter. Jean at Bessie-Titt Col I For leather-textured covering. $164 J> .95

Plus "Love Comes to Magoo" i 1 Mrs. Adam Green entered the hospital there. lege. Korsythe, Ga. from Tuesdayto ; Rites Friday Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Estndge of (Model SH12), .,

Bradford Thursday. \Mrs. Laura H. Wilson Seattle, Wash. announce the birth
Cartoon. i County Hospital on John Torode and Jerome Johns ( ,
of a daughter Barbara Lee, on
Tuesday of last week for observatiOn attended, the Florida Petroleum Pioneer ,.
: and treatment. Maiketers Association meeting in Funeral TuesdayFor Clay County Jan. 12. Mrs. Estridge Is the For FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION

SUN., MON., TUES. WED. Mrs. J R. Kite is and Wed- former Betty Crosby daughter ot
spending the Orlando on Tuesday Wilson '78,
Mis. Laura Hogarth ,
Mr. PHONE WO 4-7271
Leonard PrevattAt and :Mrs O. E. Crosby.
February 1st thru 4th weekend in Tallahassee
: visiting nesday. member of a pioneer Clay County .-

... .. ... .......- I I Di. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green Long Branch j, family died Wednesday, Jan. NOTICE .
Judge! and! Mrs. Glenn Terrell. last Sundayto
went to Tallahassee
21, in a convalescent home in
Mrs. Garland Parn-- of Savannah their daughter. Deborah. Leonard Prevatt. 53, of Lame)'.,
Dave... get Starke efter a prolonged illness. Bids for supplying eggs to BULLINGTONSTUDIO
Ga. uncle died in a Gainesville hospital Sunday -
and Wednesday who had been visiting She had made her home in Bradford County Hospital for the

trouble... to spend the weekend: with Mr. !!and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Willard I morning after an extended Starke for the past six years with coming 3 ear will be received by .

and Mrs. K. G. Duncan They;' Piis. lo19 wPPk. I iUness. the Beard AND GIFT SHOPROBBINS' :
one and her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Sparks. of Trustees until 7:30p.
win! ail C Broadway is visiting Mr. Prevatt was born at Lawteyon
attend H.
the Mrs. .
the \ wedding of j'j'1llss i Born in Clay County on Aug. m. Tuesday, Feb. 3. All interested -
I Sue Duncan in Gainesville'' friends in Chicago, Ill. for several Oct. 4, 1905, the son of the late .
same! .18, 1880, Mrs. Wilson was the persons are invited to bid. .
Louvenia Grit fis
i Rlhlrri ::1ftrrnnon. weeks. William and .
...._ I daughter of the late Robert and
ft. A Prevatt. He was a retired farmer -
py "- W..M V' I r ./ S
'FROM HERE TO CTERN.TV:/ \; I 1 and a member of the Lawtey I Adline Burney Hogarth. She and
:her husband, the late Ellis Wilson !- S
SINATRA First Baptist Church.
FRANK \ ) resided in Starke for 25 years
Besides his wife, Mrs. Polly I
I i and then moved back to Green
DEAN MARTIN Wilkinson Prevatt. he is survive:
t I'Cove Springs. She was a faithful FINALFALL I
by three daughters, Mrs. Margie:
MacLAINE I'Member: of Hickory Grove Baptist ,
i SHIRLL/ Griffis, and Misses Mt'tha.tleue'. Cturch.

XMtaerfyn end Bonnie Prevatt all of LaW-.'I
I: KG IA s SOt C. SIma PROD. 1I tey: two sons, Rudolph V. Prevail,: Besides her daughter Mrs.
I Mrs. Wilson is survived
Arlington, Va., and Leonard William -,
CAMERUNNING" by another daughter, Mrs. K. C.
Prevatt, Lawtey; one brother,
THE NEW Bounds of Jacksonville four CLEARANCE
SEE sons.
James T. Prevatt, Starke; and live I Ii i
horace S. Wilson of Bronson Ira
1959 sisters.i Mrs. Pearl Griffis. Starke;
Wilson, Starke. and LeRoy and
Mrs. Carrie Taylor, Middletmrg;
I < > .
In Scope METROCOIOR Luther Green Cove
I. : ......'i. Mrs. Willie Moody, Starke; Mrs.:
_to.III"' : I Springs; one sister, Mrs. Alice
M. Starling, Raiford; and Mrs.' I II

Advanced Prices "Some America's M Quality: W Edna Belle Norman, Macclenny. I North Green Cove Springs; a Ladies'Dress
.on (. Funeral services were held in I other. George Hogarth, Palat- Ladies'Dresses Jt'ALathes' :

Came Running" I ..;.t -. '$ the Long Branch Baptist Churchat I ka; six; grandchildren and 14 I .

Matinee Prices ..__ ___ 60c I 2 p.m. Tuesday with Rev. George great grndchildren. Blouses S

After 6:00 o'clock 75c I LESS Chisolm and Rev. Hersey of-I Funeral services were held at < Shoes

Children under 12 all day 25c ficiating. Bur al was in the family 3 p. m. Friday, Jan. 23, in Hickory I ; Tj 4- t1y

I : : SERVICE plot in the church cemetery under Grove Baptist Church, Green ;

Plus ,"Voice of Turkey" Car- 3mr4 the direction' of DeWitt C. Cove Springs with Rev. J. H. /' ?

toon. i i HEADACHES Jones Funeral Home, Stance. Mabry and Rev. James Sawyer > 1.49 :: 1.99

officiating. Burial was in the {
$ [ r
i )
ki'i church cemetery under the direction ; :
Thurs., Fri. Feb. 5, 6 i Raymond Faulkner of Tucker Funeral Home. \t II

.. n Succumbs To I \
-T' I -
: I IyoIlR" ii i .1 "'. r.I
:: Rites Thursday I
Lengthy Illness )
I'ci \ Ladles Skirts
,1\\ .III ;
M I Funeral services for Raymond'For Mrs. Thomas \ 4 ,& '!

.COUEDu-.:J 2! Faulkner, 24, were held in the .In Starke ChurchMrs. !I I II r.I $ I II

I -, "!- ... t. ford Baptist Church on ,. / ; Iii

I Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. with Rev. KaI-1 Della Wynn Thomas, 77, I reduced : I :
v.idowof the late Newn I :
,."; :i Roberts and Rev. John I!:. Thomas, 9

_j J! > HANDCRAFTED land officiating. Burial died Monday afternoon at the 9 AH Children's :.
home of her
fl4 daughter Mrs. Reddish -
\ Horizontal I Sapp Cemetery under the direction -'
II l Funeral Andrews, at New River after immQt\iatc\ :
U Zenith Chassis of Key-McCabe for DRESSES :
an extended illness.
3 3ttorring I Home, Jacksonville.Mr. I .
Mrs. Thomas was born in Starkeon !
Faulkner resided at 3520 dCaranel! I
ELL COREY CIRCUITS for Less April 25, 1881, the daughter ol
The Wettmonr. Model B724S. Lennox Ave.Jacksonville and died I
:2I",overall drtig. -oi.. 262_.sq. Service Headaches Wed., Jan. 14, in a Jacksonville! the late Jack and Narciss Reddish I ;
PAUL HAMPTON i in. rectoioatar picture 0 'In ,
: iWain..... or |I..a. t ,More Operating He was born in Kaiford Wynn She was a member of the '
t'r:> or Mchejony hospital. :
,. _ _ _
) ;
Bler.d: : OoV co'ors.! < First Baptist Church of Starke.
Dependcib&litjEi4ifH on March 7, 1934 and lived most I
: : JIMM1E KOMACK 269.95 of his childhood in Raiford. Since Besides her daughter, Mrs. An- SOn'Sslo..m.s. :

Lake Butler drews, she is survived by a son
finishing high school in -
EXui VALUE FEAtURES he had lived in Jacksonville Lucian Thomas of Ft. Myers; one ;

with fliQI IUtUT where he was employed in the Atlantic brother, Gus Wynn, Starke; a sis- :
F' 15,000 Volts ol Picture Easy-Out Face Glass d
National Bank. Since early I ter, Mrs. Alice Rossignol. Jamaica -
FIRST FEATURE MOTION Power Sunshine Picture Tube
Y. nine and
N. ; grandchildren -
victim of
childhood he had been a L .
Pull-Push/On-Off Spotlite Dial one great grandchild. !
rheumatic fever which
Control Cin len Face Gla!? Funeral services were held in
LOUIS heart. Last September .
and an impaired -
/I. 1
Tone Control he underwent serious heart the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in

S KEELY SMITH surgery in a Washington hospital. Starke at 3:30 p.m. Thursday with 'I 1
Rev. L. L. Parker and Rev. L. D. :
... For a long time the operation
SAM BUTERA and : 199
rHk Haines officiating. Burial was in I
antf -
seemed to be a success be returned
,4 to work. But early \n December the family plot in Mt. Sinai Cem

JOSE EUSfsllTvAN QUALITY other heart trouDle developed -! etery near Graham. :

t TABLE TV which caused I intense suffering }[on's. CorduroySHIRTS : Wool or Values to 5.95

er and led To his death. Bank 'ExecutiveISpeaks
The AnI_.. Model B2221. 21" .. CorduroySz.
[ _ral dog.; moi., 262 tQ. Mo. rectangular Survivors include his parents.I : '
1 I picture area. 18.000 eltt Mr. and Mrs. George iL Faulkner: ; At Rotary l' Now
lh I ;
ri.k (Apptoriog through "iI" o* pictere ow<< Horizontal chanHwith 10 18 1 199
1AL1.: courtesy of CBS-TV : : ne printed cimits.Moor Zenith five sisters Mary Lee, Came '
r Duality feature.hi Ebony.r Marco* I Norman Willis executive officer II' I
i caiiBU ricrmKXBiQ9BlBEiOB Alice, Vera. and :Mrs. Virginia
--- bos available, I
.;. colon.Matching s.T *- and cashier of the Community _
>KSBflQIwriti '-T: IrQ cmi.4i. Forsyth all of Jacksonville; six "I Iow
.,... (Ebo, I State Bank of Starke wag guest I
; by 1W.1IACUDY! coier 189.95 brothers John C, George c., Kay,
speAer at the Rotary ClUb Wed- ,
Original; Songs by Gerald and Drexei of JackSOn-j

RALnCUDY lid OI60M1AI LC', E:zjri PAYAinNTS!; EASY TERMS! vile, and William Faulkner olRaiford. nesday. His topic was the best ::
use of the remaining days in 1 59 Robbins' ,
HARRY ROMM.DfrsdedbyDAYID He was the grandson ot
Produced by that are allotted to each of us.
Mrs. Ben Faulkner of Starke and

.- LOWEll CB I \WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE Mrs Mary Whithead of Raiford. Gilbert The .speaker Goldwire was, who introduced had chargeof by I1 ;
Plus "Missing Mouse" Car
YOU'LL LOVE tte nfW! EeP the program. Tfte Store ot Values" .

toon. brook purse-size fountain tofttotri Armond Rivers, star Bradford .

"' e .. .. _. f WO 4-40S1 234 N. TEMPLE .A"E. shMes. Orfy 1te....pens tkM., High'askett: n prayer, was 81 t. : ... I

ford County Telejrapb. special guest SI this meeting.


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Five Fires KeepDepartment Passion Play I Civil Defense Heavy DocketIn Farm Bureau Clearing House hearts, -but the memory of your NOTICE TO DEFEND ?

BusyIn Opens February 8 I Planning Session \ Mayor's Court And CattlemenTo For Jobs Workers kind deeds will brighten the lonely I.F Clrr>rldai.4t IB O.Cfca rt. .Bradford...". c..t
I for : .
days God
I us. May richly Judith Ann Goolsby. Plaintiff, T
Past WeekFive In Lake WalesThe Set For Feb. 2 Due To Holdover .
I Meet Friday Offered CC bless each of you even as you Kay Goolsby Defendant.
I, II I.I bare blessed us with your comforting NOTICE TO APPEARTo
fires in six days kept the Civil Defense Twenty two cases were on the : Ray Goolsby. whose residence
Director Bill
: Haas
Farm' Bureau President Foster
nationally know Black Hills I thoughtfulness. Is Norfolk. Virginia, and whose ad
_Starke Fire Department on the !Passion Play will open its seventh fcas called a meeting of all members Monday morning docket. of May01's -j i Shi Smith and Cattlemen's Assn. Anybody looking for work or Gratefully yours Mrs. C. dress is: Private. No. 1801971. Bid*.
Court and $280 in fines. including looking for someone to fill a job? No. 31. U.S.aral Retraining Com-
this week.
jump of the County Civil Defense I Miller
(winter season in Florida in Lake bonds forfeited collected. President Pat A. urge all All persons seeking employment G. Barksdale and family. mand Naval Base. Norfolk. Virginia
Most serious loss was a house Wales' 3,500 scat amphiitheatre organization for Monday, Feb. 2, livestock owners to attend a spec- You are hereby notified that a uU

in the 300 block of Edwards Hoad i on Sunday, Feb. 8. at 2 p. m. The meeting for the Because Mayor W. T. Jackson was ial meeting in the court house are invited to leave their CARD OF THANKSOur tor*Annulment and restoration ofn.a.ld"Q
jiL the previous week name address and qualificationsat name has been filed againstyou
that burned to the ground Tues- .j The story of Christ's last days, purpose of defining progress acid 't were held over. many cases Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. the Chamber of Commerce office heartfelt thanks to all our in the above name Court and

day night about 7 o'clock. Proximity j the Passion:: Play has a cast of 200 planning, will be held in the Representatives of the Florida friends during our time of cause and you are required U serve
on bereave
Johnny Bates pleaded guilty on Temple Ave. Likewise a copy of answer or pleading
of the house to the Slade headed by Josef Meir asI courtioom of the County Court- Livestock Board and the USDA I your
persons three charges, disorderly conduct employers having positions to be nient. Their comforting: expressions to the complaint on the Plaintiffs
Gas Co. bulk storage plant caused I I the Christus. It will be presented house. Animal Disease Eradication Service of Attorney A. 31. Crabtree. Jr.. 213
filled are asked to list all sympathy and though-
firemen [ State Executive Officer C. E. resisting arrest and public in- will be jobs I East Bay Street. Jacksonville 2,
and spectators some uneasy !.|i in the Lake Wales Amphitheatre present to answer
txication. His plea on a fourth available with the Chamber.In fulness will always be remembered. Florida and file the original In the
monents before the blaze was every Tuesday Thursday Sat- Aldrich. will be present to help : questions in regard to Brucellosis Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppardand office of the Clerk of Circuit Courton
finally txtinguished.: The house 1!urday and Sunday night from- with planning and to answer I charge using profane language Testing and Calf Vaccination pro- view of the lack of an employment family. or before the 2 day of March. 1>-
and questions. vas not guilty. He was found agency in Starke, the 5J:: otherwise the allegations of said
was owned by Charley Johns, gram.
i IFeb.i 8 through Sunday April 19.
guilty en all four counts and C of C will serve Complaint will be taken as confessedby
This is the first as a temporary CARP OF
had been the residence of Mrs. : Sunday twilight performances Twenty-six counties have already THANKSWe you.

Rose Allen. At present Mrs. Allenis I i I II start at 6; all other performances meeting to be held in the county ,. fined a total of $118 or 22 days. accepted this program clearing house for information of are sincerely grateful to This notice shall be published once
I Lester Gatlin faced two this kind. The each: week for four consecutive
charges. phone number is
a patient in Tyus Convalescent I I start at 7:30. The play is approx- and will include all mayors of. which, if approved here would friends and neighbors for their weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH.

Home and the house was !imately 2 hours in length. cities within the county members i I /i disorderly conduct charge was give Bradford a rating of Modified WO4-5811. many kind acts of sympathy dur- .

cupied. Cause of the fire unoc-I Already seen: by some 200.000 of the County Commission and dismissed he pleaded for lack of witnessesbut Brucellosis Free. CARD OF THANKS ing our sad bereavement Our (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 22 day) of January, 1l59.
guilty to
known. I persons during its six seasons in oficers of all departments of concealed carryinga All cattle owners in the county appreciation cannot be adequately I Charles A. Darby

Thursday morning, Jan. 22 the Florid, the Passion Play is produced I civil defense. to weapon and was sentenced from the smallest to the: largest We wish to express our sincere expressed. The family of ilrs. I). Clerk of the Circuit Court
finn nf
u nav a .52.. nr 10 thanks to each of I'y: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
-- -- -- -- our friends who W. Moore.
Starke department was called to cn an outdoor stage two unaer state plans Bradford l days that herd! are urged to attend this 1m- 1-29 4t %-11
I on count ministered so kindly to us dur-
help fight a big fire that destroyed I blocks! in length. Built at a cost County has been designated a] Seven portaant meeting.
j'I charges were made of ing the illness and death of our

U.and S.restaurant 301.Schneck's A nearby south service of warehouse Waldo station on I of Amphitheater over for$125,000 the production makes, the a Lake perfect in a Wales nat-setting .:I support will food be county and responsible shelter which for means for evacuees providing that"we -'I one guilty reckless pleading three driving forfeiting not three bond pleading and CEMETERY WORKING Every loved one token Cody of your G.sympathy Barksdale.is: Sell It Rent It Trade It!!

was protected, but the station and I. vial bowl amid orange groves only from adjacent areas in event of Robert Hammond guilty. Eldred There will be a working at Dyal deeply appreciated especially the
was found Cemetery on Friday KeD. 13. All many floral pieces. :
attack. We
also be
restaurant were already too far I. two mils south of the city. for evacuation of must our own county ready guilty and sentenced to a $27 fine interested persons are urged to The clouds of sorrow will long I %WITH' A TELEGRAPH
gone when the firemen arrived.j. Camels, horses elaborate lighting I II with sentence suspended and put attend. i CLASSIFIED
Loss was! estimated at $30,000. I I. in case of radio-active fallout! cast their shadows in our achmgF
I equipment and costumes began cr probation for 30 days. Also receiving -

The same date the Starke I I arriving this week from the here.Mr.. Haas said that time will be a suspended $27 fine with I 20 WORD! OR l.F.99.! One iBnertlaa (HUlaaBi Casrjre) ___ jn
fire fighters were called to 403 N. I 30 days rrobation r
Spearfish. S. D. home for was Paul H. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2* __
I summer pjovided; reports and for Tlie LivingScriptures -" __ 4e per W...
Walnut St. to douse the blaze of cf the Passion Play. In another questions. Faulkner whose plea was guilty. ( ty/ac 1/lilt/ 90.% Di! cor>T o\ REPEAT INSERTIONS! MMB AD

an oil stove that had flooded and I I Ellis Rosier who pleaded guilty to Unclouded Outlook 2Se ADDITIONAL FOR LI\D ADS OR ADS NOT PAID Ef ADVANCE.

caught -!ire. Damage was negli- week the professional cast will be Hi-Y Aids Fund this same charge and was sentenced -

gible. on had to portray such Biblical to a fine Of $52 or 10 days. IJJLII CLASSIFIED! DISPLAY rw 11.23 Per lack First Iitcrtfei
,1 St.00 PER INCH FOR sun AD
For Dimes OXB
Drive OR
Last Saturday was another two- :characters as Peter Judas John, Berlin" Thomas Cyr's sentence e THE bop OF
fire day. with the morning call I King Herod. Pilate, Salome and With Road BlockFor after a guilty plea was $27. BetTEV N6'r T YOU MY 090JtiP YOU WITH N)ILL ICP$JCV' _AND 1tI PEACE J INI OF THANK T. SO Wards) -._, __ ISM

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at the Tomlinson residence, 210 Carlyle Cardwell Hughes, Ben- t i "F OVER l Ip WORM -- _--___ 4 "..t. rev w. -
I j others. .
E. Madison St. Two rooms were the past three Saturdaysthe ny Tholron Morris and Paul Stew- lIt.MORILS! AND HF.SOI.rTIONHWANTED ___- ___. h_. 4 Penh Per Wvi
burned out by the blaze which Advance reservations for any Hi-Y has been hard at work are each forfeited bond of $27 by
: Experienced "a\\tree!'.I FOR
was caused by a small oil stove. performance may be secured by collecting funds for the March ol not appearing to defend chargesof Apply It & G ReManrant. Phone WO'' "Arcadia": SALE-By, with 4 0wnerOne rooms and bath acre
Dimes by means of a roadblockat reckless driving. 4-9411 Itchy! ,-o'tage
Saturday afternoon the depart- writing the Passion Play Amphi- in Vicinity of hospital and
the intersection ot Highway 301 Charged; with failure to have .f new school on Colley Rd. J. T. Qnig4trhg .
ment was called to Colley Road theatre, P. O. Box 71, Lake Wales. and 16. vehicle under control causing an S' 1 t TYPEWRITER AND I =, I-I!

and SR 100 to fight a grass fire Seat prices range from $1.50 to So far they have collected $3 5o; accident. General Washington ADDING MACHINE
that 'was threatening a chicken $3 with children under 12 at half for the expanded program of the Hankerson pleaded guilty and was jf/t/ BARGAINS A. J. THOMAS REALTOR

price. National Foundation. Their goal sentenced to pay a fine of $27 or
house. :eJ:
i is to exceed the $500 mark. REMINGTON: TRAVELRITERRrpo IV. TtBtple Anne
days. On the
same charge Morris ,
.. le.
( Kexrd I.Ike New) << WO 43791Genrral
William forfeited his bond of Reg.<< .:.-13 !Selling<< for 7'.W

$27.Excess I : Real .:..... New Proper-
: lie*. .r.lul., Eatvatl...
against David L. Faraone and PORTABLE
Gene I Rex.<< 21,3.6.1: 10%; DUcoaat
Bullock. The latter was

Paint Your House HALFPRICEEVERY found guilty and his fine of $27 SraltB-CorBB tnt AldloKMnrhlne

or 5 days : toftlrr riem...trfor)
Now For was suspended with pro-
it He*. 82.B.VVIIiBK for 8:.3$ AN1THING
bation for 30 days. Faraone forfeited WRONG AT YOrK
his $27 bond. BRADFORD COUNTY Let IB Fix: If.

Bouey Crosby and Willie Pierce. TELEGRAPHKEROSENE nt'lLDINfi REMODELING

charged: with public intoxication. PAINTING' : .\ -'{'E WIRING HEPAUL AND

SECOND I forfeited $27 bonds. 8..rll G..ru........
Phumt Geae Billcek. LE 3:182Itchl'
charges of
GALLON FREE disorderly con-

i duct by fighting, Alfonso Chandler SMOKELESS ODORLESS

OR forfeited $27 bond and James
15.9 Per Gal NOW. The ultimate In prestige. BOO
Free QUART I V7. Williams: who pleaded guilty. ENGRAVED business cards, $19.95
Parking was sentenced to a fine of $27 or AT YOUR IMPERIAL (price includes plate Never before,
engraving at this low price.Bradford .
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PRICES START AT $2 QUART, $5.98 GALLON days. SERVICE STATION County Telegraph tf
Only one charge of running a

red light was made. It was a- I Ilittnv. 301 _North_ _tarke__ sou err-o.
333 N. Temple Avc. Starke Ph. WO 4.8565 gainst John Junior Roberson. who I Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church -- nm un Selling one- -lot-- -of---used screen

. I did not appear and forfeited $12 900 block west madison I I first doors verve.for $1.00 Darbecue each. grates First 14 come x

bond. :4 $:.00. All kinds of used building
supplies. Reasonable. Doors. Win
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-- -- FISH SHRIMP down Plumbingsupplies and fit*
Your Community Ca1 endar. tares. Geed tin acrap Iron. Odd lots
of-Dates-wil.. be-presented.monthly aa'a-public'service by OYSTERSFish of lumber cheap. Call Woodland

E'BR" -U AR. Y 4-4091. W. T. Jackson Tranfef. u''"'

Local Finance Co. Clip the Calendar and use blank spaces to list dates to be remain Dressed If Desired for lig:i I Mr.>ad Mfg.fitiames.Co. Located behind tfth*

beredr Prevatt Fish Market
Organizations are invited to use Calendar for listings FREE-Double cylinder hook up

617 E. Brownlee St. for cost of gas ONLY. Slade Gas Co.

SATURDAY SALE-Good Bermuda and

1 2 3' 4 5 6 HAVE a new loan program lot Bahia Grass Hay-V. K. Ferguson,

7 farmers. Loans oC 1 to S years Lawtey. 4tp
for the entire credit requirements i
of the farmer and his fam-
HATS OFF TO ily. Gainesville Production Credit pot SALE 3 bedroom masonary
U. D. C. Association CO Worth MainGainesville. house. Chain link fence. ill W.
!' Fla. tfch Pinewood Dr. Contact Hugh L. Hutson.
._ 31( W. Pinewood Dr. Phone
GO 3.00 I).1\1. .. RADIOS REPAIREDAll WOI-3J71. 4tp-S5
8 P.11. WOMAN'S: CLUB Makes All ....t.
: ...... Chanrea p.n.te INCOME: TAX SERVICE -

8 P.1\I. : lamaa Greei Owner PHONE: YVOI-II 321 W. Pratt %t.
216 W. Call Pt. Phase WOI0IIIMarke. Call after :3 .. .. Hvadar-PrMay.
Fla. C. K. B..eIa..

GENUINE ch?. 5-'
ENGRAVED Invitations
8' 9 10 11 12 with double envelopes 100 UNFURNISHED
14 for $:i-95. Bradford Court Tele- 3
rraph tf bedrooms. two blocks from
I !school two blocks from grocery and

FOR RENT-FurnlMied first floor meat store. Home equipped< with
apartment. Clone' in desirable lo- gas cook store hot water heaters
Regular :Meeting LEGION MEETING -. .' cation. AH convenience" w. H.Nollman. and fire place. T. T. Long. ZIS W.
'VO\IAN'S:\ CLUB i:11 W. Marlnon St. tfchg Washington Ave. Phone WOl-lSil.
TO nrw ME I:TIN G. I ; I -2tn 1-2
7'30 It\I: .
( FOR SALE OR TRADK Seven hcci
3:30 i'.M 7:30 .' 1'- <1or.. Take your pick at 125:! ea. Albert F.r Safe mm Beaitifil Klagaley Lake
iO.33: I'. & A. \1.: Griffis. RL 1 Box 1JO. Stark. 0... .f tw. fcaamea
4tp %-+ Five be4r..B< rear "e.d beat *r
.: ewe bedr.ea ......1.... Eaj,. g.ed
FOR REXT -2 bedroom unfurnished nhlaic. ...ct.c, wafer a.ru. Call
house on Alton Rd. J. W .r nrf T. H. la4e.. 8t... 2-1.
Thmm... nhnnnAe1i7i Hl'he:
15 16 SAWS FILED and all old saws reconditioned
17 18 19 20 HOUSE: FOR RE"Tat: 405 So. like n-"-. Call for and
21. fh"rrv St. Tall Cordon \\'aJrf'r. delivered.<< < Phone Wo 11441. Calvin
nhnn: WOl-KtMt. Starke (rheS Johns. Stchg 2-5

70.000 'T.f' Excellent ronrtltton. Puppies 15. Wormed. healthy 13
Also! Bornham Radiator *tri" Ki"ctrir weeks old. P. K. Horder or U. H.
BALL .I Heater. like new. Phone VCO Giliigan. AI'. Truck Stop. High
CHURCH "". c-c;::? 1f.hlf Springs, Phone OR '-6 4l. Itchg
1'CO CLUB :. '. ; s FOR SALE OR TP'\f}"; for Markeproperty FOR REN.T 2 four room houses,
3 bedroom<< lake home one is fornl h d. bath. Hi per mo.
Camp Blanding : .. '' with arreajte near Keyston- Height' Phone WO 4-"'... 1 unfurnished IZ
Phone WO 4-? 8I, Dr. Bolliniorer. 2tp per mo. To right on Highway 1* on
1.9 lt graded road. 2 miles from
: Starke!' Mrs. L. _HJ rdan. lip

22 23 25 Lktl.ga .. H.me.. f.r.,e*. ,trreaxe.Raaehr REWARD
24 26 27 28 and Small! Farm*. Information on retara of White
VTHOIT REU.TT and Lemon Pird dog lost Sunday
: JOHNIK: HNRN Re.. Jan. IS in Tklnity of Burke Elling
Regular MeetingBRADFORD :
; P. O. Rex 307. %'.r.... Fl. too II. Contact turke Ellington
LODGE Pfc.ae HO '-:'''- Phone WO 4-8011 or WO -IOSI<

NO. 35 F. & A. :\1. 2.12 4tehg e tchg :.11

around. S bedroom furnished hou-e.
SALE: Magic Chef Stove and GrilL
STAnKE GARDEN 7:30 P.\I.: Inquire. Rosenberg Furniture Ztrhir Store., I-CT $75. Fryolator. 165; Claw Showcase,

CLUB $SJ: Steam Table. *?*: DI" ell, Gas
Heater. Dry Drink Box. 195 OilHeater.
7:30' GOOD tlF.M ESTATE! BITS ; 2-door Refrigerator with
Ice trays good for large family or
to A. Farvt. "'KIL OR TRADE. camp. Ui: Cash Register 'it: Pedestal -
Fan, 345; Window 3-3peed Com.
4<4 .\. Farm. !ell .. Tern. *500. Fan. $:;.-Ta< .
north of Starke. Box 4SF. I tp>
3 A. H>meite .B 9ith lOfl.
... .
1'... FOR RENT-Furnished 1 bed-
.. k. '., I 1% A. Ilmete .. I. We.f. room cMtage. Reasonable rent.
Phfn0 4-4121 or 570 W. Call
.f t 9 .\. Good H.Bie sad K9 PI.Ml. ea St 1 tchg

FOR P.E"T1 a bedrom house
:2 A. f.llal.aeJ H_ e. Ctoae I.. and 1-2 bedroom house partially

furnished. Large yard and close
I. TOB.: R. H.... Real town. Phone WO
4-MII or LE 32341. -
.Neat.<< : 1 tcbg
Ma_Barr 3 B. R. Real K ee4 bay. FOR RENT-I room unfurnished

I apartment with large hall.
porch and driveway. Can WO .
TEV-A large .arfo a kBie with
3 B. R. Here yea may eajvy' KTaela 424. I tchlr
I. INiaa with, all rvaveaieareaItn ea
LOCAL Beautiful IS Aereu. FOR SALEmt International
LOANS FINANCE CO. % ton Pick Cp Truck. Very good
condition. 13$0,0'. Contact
PHONES I.'e. Rt. I Bo. 1S3
: na
UP ONLY ITC500. Pan raa be tlmmmrtt.AerOTdiax I tp
TO "Folks Find Us YO 4.0101 t. .WBer IhU ...... part
Friendly' combination
> m In' time your .rlgl.al lavrntmrmt -
carriage and car bed II 0.00.
Chi Idsehe
the very l.l Vear.Pb >. .
w0C111 .Be IrfvrBtali. .. ..... trohe' fire drawers'with closet
$600 116 X. WALNUT ST. THREE DOORS FRO POST OFFICE K.OO.I1".",. Crib Ralph mattress hardly aid
Nettles. Bronker
WAITREALTY phone 2511. I tj

N. WalaBt street Fot'XD-Blrrf; Dng. Owner may
Starke have IvV "Identifying and
Florida 'paying ad
cost. Phone WO 4-5311. 1 tehPAGE : .


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...................mntMELROSE ,tinging at banquets County rainfall
SRD Official Sees | decorating. Water Level i ficient during the "dry
Council and State Council meetings KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS !1 RisingIn : ; 'ade" that
Junior Neman's Club News ( e< apparently came to
February LettingFor and State Short Courses. :
j Mrs. T. E. Garner president of I Lake Brooklyn an end in 1958.

Road WideningJames The guests were also honored By Rosemary Daurer the Junior Woman's Club will be .: At Steady Rate i iI I|. Wilson said that if the present
By Joyce Rothhammer with a covered dish luncheon by ': chairman of the "Mothers March : rate. continues he believes the

A. Brewer, State Road the LaCrosse Home Demonstration Girl Scout News from 4 to 7 p. m. Everyone is invited Jon i Polio"which will take place 'I The water level in Lake Brooklyn j,1'lake> will rise another three feet

Department official from Lake I uasaaasaasaaausauaua Club, along with all the The Girl Scouts will have their' to attend to see the many | on Tuesday evening Feb. 3, from near Keystone Heights rising t'y early summer. It is expectedthat
City headquarters, attended the Melrose Church Circle members of the County Council.I arnual Cookie Sale in March.renovations: in the Club House. 6 to 8 p. m. Members of the Jun- : steadily at the rate of about many of the summer residents -

last meeting of the Clay County holds, Study Course Well seems nearly everyone in Some of the Scouts and Brownies The people attending the Wo- : ior Woman's Club will assist Mrs. i ii one inch per week accorGmg to. who aban<5bned their placesin
Commission and assured memDers The Elsie Knight Circle of the Melrose has been sick with the took orders from their neighborsand I man's Club Dinner last Saturday ,i Gamer Help to make their I observerVm.. 4 CoonN I 'Uson. who recent years because ot the receding -

that the road widenmg would project be included In- Cliam Baptist Church of Melrose flu. I spent three days last week friends last week so that an i i night were ,amazed by the "new ':"march" a success by contributingto keeps tab on the rise and fall for shore line will be back enjoying -

Keystone in the Heights department's February -' held a special meeting recentlyat that I wasn't sure whether I was order could be sent for an estimated -'look" of the Club House. The .,I : this diive. the L. S. Geodetic :Survey. swimming and;"*water sports

letting. Officials had pre- the home of Mrs. Carl Ford for dying or not and seems like mount of boxes. The drapery committee, under the ;!: The next meeting of the Junior Although the rise is slow \\U-. again this 'summer.LEE'S .

viously told The Telegraph that it the presentation of a study courseon everyone I talk to, has had the cookies will arrive sometime in chairmanship cf Mrs. Frieda Wy-j[I Woman's Club will be held on I son reports that the Brooklyn level .

would 'be in the January letting. Home Missions. The course bug too. So if you haven't been the middle of March. Our other man, will have the new draperies j: Thursday evening, Feb. 12, at the is now about three feet. six and
iras based on the book, "Ways Of sick, you're lucky. If you have, Scout ticop, under the leadership completed: at the time of the y i Club Hooie. This meeting will be three-quarters inches above the
Lawrence Boulevard (Highway Witnessing" by John Caylor. welcome to the club. It's really cf Mrs. O'Connor, will also be Open House. This will complete lowest point reached Last DRIVE-IN
will toe widened from its intersection mem-bers'(' bars t
Mrs. Ralph Mathews, chairmanof not so bad-after you're over it. selling cookies' in March but did the redecorating of the tlub house.I!. ., are to at- June. :'olanof the sand
with SR 100 to about
I Inn The the Circle, presided. Mrs. Maud Mr. and Mrs., Dock Tison and not take advance orders. This No invitations are needed for the I tend. Hostesses for the party will I that emerged at low level and THEATREPhone

.\ the Keystone will necessitate property.the removalof Robinson opened the meeting family were visited )last' weekendby troop will do door-to-door selling Open House. Hope everyone in ,I be Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs. Clifford j;I divided the sprawling: lake into'

work shade trees in the business district with prayer. Mrs. Bobbie Myers ( Mrs. Tison's father, G. S. and also sell from a stand down- tcwn will have time to drop inj!(j Grange; Mrs. Robert Menzen ;I several smaller bodies of water 4113

but on the of and MrsJlussell Woodard were, Chamberlin and her sister, Mrs.A. tcwn. next Sunday. Photographers will l\! s. Edgar Akr.dge, Mrs. Corbett''I are now submerged again and it Keystone Heights, Fla.
opposition part
some residents has failed to block welcomed as visitors, and invitedto M. Howell. Also visiting the Each troop earns 5c on each be thee between 4 and 4:30: p. Terrell, rnd Mrs. Robert Fiertz. is possible to traverse the entire
the project. become members of the Elsie Tiscns were Mrs. Tison's punt box of cookies sold, for their m to Jake pictures and write a Plans ere being made to hold lake by boat. There is also a FRI. SAT.. SUN.

Knight Circle. Miss Martie Chamberlin; nephew, troop tl easury. This is one of the story on the 'decorating.Dr. the "Teen-Age Dance" on Satur- marked change in the shore line Jan. 30. 31 Feb. 1
Mrs Mathews introduced Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Bill Christian; and very few ways they have for earn Soper the School Psychol- day evening Feb. 21. More plans as the water has spread over a
Elizabeth Moore, 82 sFormer Carl Reichardt, the teacher for niece! ; Mrs. Lee Howell and famI ing money. They hope the resi- ogist at the P. K. Young Labor- will be announced later. large area, covering much ot the RALLY ROUND
land left when the lake
Net Champ the study course, who gave a most I I ily.Mr. dents tif Keystone will help make atory School in Gainesville, was Fire Department News exposed I! .
receded. THE FLAG BOYSIn
!interesting talk on the first two and Mrs Ray Tipton of this Cookie Sale a success. The ;test speaker at the monthly The Volunteer Fire Department '' i ,
Wilson said the lake level
Dies At MelroseMiss chapters of the book. Stevenson Ala. were recent guestsof cookies rrll for 40c per box. The luncheon meeling on Tuesday. will hoid a monthly business drop- CinemascopeJoann
ped 21 feet straight down from its
The remaining three chapters Mrs. Tipton's aunt and uncle, Keystone District chairman is Jan. 27.'Dr. Soper meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 10. at
Elizabeth Holmes Moore, on
: highest point in February 194 to Woodward
will be covered at the next Circle Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson. Mrs. Fran Livingston. -Maintaining Good Mental.Health" 7:30: p. m at the Fire House. ,
82, four times U. S. women's ten-
its lowest last spring. He attributed -
meeting Monday night, Feb. 2, at Mr. and Mrs. Russell Woodward The Fue Department called Paul Newman
Mrs. Fremont Tolles Mrs. and not "Understanding was
nis singles champion, died in a!i on the drop largely to insul-
convalescent home Starke i the home of Mrs. Tom Odom. had as dinner guests recently, Mr. Charles O'Connor, and Mrs. Joe I on last week to assist in a woods: -
in on Art in the" AmericanHome"
Jan. 22. She I Mrs. Dock Tison invited all and Mis Dick Tison and family. Daurer attended the Annual : fire at Hutchinson Lake. However -
Thursday, was a
Otis Johnson ,of New York attended as stated in last weeks .
members of
:winter resident of Melrose and the Circle to attenda Council meeting of the GatewayGirl I the Forest Fire Service had
also maintained residence m Newt Stork Shcwer, for Mrs Russell the funeral of his aunt Scout Council in Jacksonvillelast column. the fire under control.

York City. Woodard in the Educational Miss Elizabeth Moore, last week. Thursday evening. At this The Calendar of Events for I. Keystone Bank RedecoratedThe
Building at the Eliam Baptist Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cunning- interior of the Keystone TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour
Born U Brooklyn N. Y, on meeting. Mrs. Tolles was awarded the coming'month is as follows:
Church on Tuesday night. The ham are making plans to move to i Bank vas painted last weekend,
March 5 1876 p, 25 year" pin denoting 25 ,
Miss Moore was Orlando. We will miss them. : Feb. 10 business meeting in Club
S. Lawn meeting was adjourned with years of volunteer service in Girl I in a lovely combination of green.
U. Tennis
singles Mrs. Maxie House at 2 m. Feb. 19 Card ,
by Mrs. King and Mrs, Dock p. ,
prayer Odom. off-white and
champion in 1896, 1901, 1905: and Scout work. She was also appointed I grey. Authorized FORD DealerIn
Putnam County Woman Tison attended a special guest Party, Feb. 23, Program and Rotary Club; News
1908. Board of
She paired to win the U. as a member j
Receives Honor meeting of the University Woman's Luncheon meeting in Club House A film on the bakery business
S. doubles titles in 1896! and 1903. the Gateway Council, serving' in j I
Funeral, services were held in Mrs. Dock L. Tison of Melrose Club last Tuesday after- the position of District Chairman. at 1 p, m. The guest speaker at I II was viewed by members at last Bradford County
noon at the
University of Florida
was honored recently at the an- weeks Rotary meeting.
the DeWitt This was quite a memorable I. this meeting will be Mrs. Maxine:
C. Jones Chapel, nual County Council meeting of Student Center A special pro-
Starke. at 3 p.m. Saturday with Alachita County Home Demonstration gram was presented by the foreign evening given much for Mrs.time Tolles and effort who has in Gaddura who will speak on home 1 [Continued on next Page New and Used Ford

Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating The Clubs which met in La- i students at the University -
promoting girl scouting in this 28 Cars and Trucksto
f 'body was sent to Kid ewood N. crosse. Mrs. Tison, along with concerning the country of each irea. Mrs. Tolles is the leader of

I J., where final rites were held eleven special honored guests student.and the India Holland, Turkey, Keystone-Melrose Troop 295. L A. Baker Insurance AgencyRepresenting Select From
Phillipines were
from Alachua County, was madean repre-
Monday. sented. The Brownies gained anothernew
honorary Home Demonstration -
Club member-at-large. Mrs. The hostesses; were dressed in member this week bringingthe \ VISIT TEUWII.I.EGAUIOTOUS: TODAY AND

Tire RIGHT POINT Josephine McSwine, Alachua native costumes of various foreign total to 13 members. The new MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
for the County Home Demonstration countries. Refreshments were served "Brownh" is Eileen Penney who JET: THE BEST CAR TRADE IN THE STATE
way you write. Come In and
se- recently returned to Keystone.
by t the hostess club to special And
lect your favorite ESTERBROOK Agent, presented each of the hon-
The Brownies practiced soma
!, Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH." orees peeler with as a a token corsage of and appreciationfrom a potato guests theme from Archer the GainesvilleHaw Waldo,. and Mel-- old dances and learned a new CONTINENTAL" CASUALTY ACCIDENT & HEJALTH Volume Sales -- Low Overhead

I dance, "Paw Paw Patch" in preparation -
the Council. rose Woman's Clubs.Reregistration I And HOSPITALIZATIONPhone
Mrs. McSwine introduced the of voters from for a joint Scout meeting Enables Us To Sell For LessREGISTER
KEYSTONEJEWELERS this Friday with troop 190. The
guests and gave special recognition precinct No. 18 will be held at Keystone Heights 3515

to each for the services per- Mann's Plumbing and Electric girls will exchange songs and DAY OR NIGHT
formed for Home Demonstrationwork Company. Mrs. W. H. Mann wul dances learned this past year at
Expert Watch Repairing :be in charge of the registrations. .their scout meetings. -

Quality Line Jewelry Mrs. Tison was honored forj: The Lions Club held its Regular Auto Accident On Lawrence Blvd. .r

-Walter;*Mu1iIhofer her work as a 4-H member and .business meeilhf"i : cen ij'and decided On'FSiday Jvenln'g.,'J n--23-; at

I also for her entertainment and I to_hold a ,luncheon at the 'I::45' there was an auto accident eJ/Ate 'lft /lHd !
I Parish House Feb. 5. Election ofne'w in front of the Keystone Inn. The
officers will follow the lunch car, heading north on Lawrence
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's Blvd.. was going too fast to make

eon.Also the curve and skidded into two .
discussed was the prospect
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes cf running a medical survey in large oak trees in front of the FOR OUR "VALENTINE" GIFT

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY and around Melrose. They also hotel. Mrs. Barbara Burman Stott _
discussed the possibility of gettinga and Miss Gail White, both of Ft. -

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner doctor for the Melrose area. Myers were enroute to Jacksonville fWZ"' '
Nurse And Doctor Visit School i Mrs. Stott suffered bruises ''

,\ Monday 'night, Jan. 19, at 7:30p. : of the left shoulder and arm. Mrs. l St
White, who was thrown throughthe .
m. Dr. Edgerton, Putnam "
BLUE PINES BAR & GRILL County Doctor and Mrs. Naomi windshield, suffered lacera- t' ,
Nichols'n, Putnam County Health tions of the face and neck. The ,t.
Nurse, held question and answer women were given first aid by
Hi way 100 4 Mi. East of Keystone Heights I II
session at the High School with Dr. Christoffers, assisted by Mrs. I .

GRILL NOW OPEN SERVING the students' parents. The objectof Florence Thiele who arrived on
the discussion was to clarify the scene right after the accident. :Ji i
what, in the way of health and The women were

SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS sickness, may be done by the hospitals in Jacksonville.
clinic parents. Joint Birthday PartyA
Phone Keystone Heights 4072 Discussion included the pros- joint birthday party was held

pect of a Health Clinic at Melrose at the home of Mr. and Mrs. yr "

High School. a First Aid Charles Wallenius last; Sunday r "
I Course, and many other vital evening to celebrate the birthdaysof
ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE I health questions. Mrs. Emma Roland and Charley ()
Wallenius. Their total numberof
2 Bedrooms, Dining Area, Living Room Kitchen Tile Unfortunately, the meeting was
years was 150 years "young.1A
attended only 25
Bath, Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace, Lots of Storage by parents.
turkey dinner with all the
Ham Supper To Be Held NOTHING TO BUY!
'Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in Lest you should forget it, letme trimmings was served by Mrs.

town, near shopping doctors beach, and churches. remind you again about the Wallenius. Among the out-of-

Financing arranged. Far above average, on well landscaped Ham Supper to beheld Saturday fcwn guests present were Mrs. Just Come in and Register for this
Hilda Tabs of Gary, Ind, who is r
lot. evening from 5:30: to 7:30. It is
sponsored by the PTA and will Mrs. Roland's cousin and Mr. and HANDSOME WIZARD

be held in the High School Cafe Mrs. John Elison of Melrose.
S. E. MCKAY-REALTOR teria. Everyone enjoyed a "Bit of Swe- '.'

r Not only will you get a delicious den" at the dinnertable as quite I tPortab1eSEVING\ MACHINE

Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 dinner, but there will also be a ? few of the guests had fun conversing : _

free basketball game following the in their native ttongue.

supper be munity.played in Dont by the;the gymnasium.miss men it in! the It com-will Veazy Birthday birthday Walker Party party For in Veazy was the held Walker's WalkerA for TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT SOUR STORE' SAT., FEB. 14 6 P.M.

BELOTE Drug. StoreHas Gaboardi-Provost I i backyard playroom last Friday

Mr. and birs. James C. Ga-.I night. Veazy was 14 years old on I In order to introduce the beautiful new line of 1959
: boardi announce the engagementof Jan. 20. About 20 of Veazy'sfriends --- --- ------ -- --- -

their An- attended the party which
daughter Margaret
Just gela, to Thomas Anthony Provost. included dancing and plenty of APPLIA'NCES
Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas food. The party, which lasted until ttrfpoint

The Right A. Provost, Sr: of New Orleans about 11:00: p. nu was enjoyed -
La. and grandson of Mrs. Etta K. by all. especially Veazy who
I Menge. received many birthday gifts. Mr. We are inviting you in to register for this PORTABL I E SEWING MACHINE '
Giftor. :
I Miss Gaboardi is a graduate of and Mrs. Walker was assisted at : to be given away: at our store ABSOLUTELY FREE on Valen

CardFor Melrose High School and is pre- the party by Mrs. Davie Sibley. tine's Day Feb. 14. Nothing to buy. All you have to do i is register. Here

sently employed the Keystone Woman's Club Library will are a few examples of outstanding values you will see whihf irt pur store -
The Woman's Club Library
flank :Mr. Provost is a graduatecf
Everyone Jesuit High School in New Or- be open on Mondays Wednesdaysand : 9

leans. He is presently] attendingthe Fridays from 2 to 4 p. m. The Giant-Oven HOTPOINTRANGE \

University of Florida. library had been closed recently 2-Door 2-Tcme Automatic Defrosting,
Wedding plans 'willbe, announ- while being redecorated. Some of Only $150 with trade ,
See Our "Stingers" (Hate Valentines) ced at a later date. I,the new books added recently are DeLnxe

Emory Cross HASBirthday Party "The Hurricane" by Douglas. REFRIGERATOR
If don't like have just the Bothof All Porcelain Automatic HOTPOIOT
there's anybody you we Sen. fJid Mrs. J. E. [Red] Cross "Bright Feather" by Wilder. HOTPOINT

Valentine to fit -'em- Don't sign 'em JUST SEND feted their son. Emory, with a these books are about Florida. t'WASHER Only $189 with trade $150- Guaranteed Trade!

'EM I! 3 FOR 25c. birthday party in their home. More additions are "America AsA

Emory was 16 years old. Civilization" by Lerner "Brave
Full Line of COSMETICS and PERFUMES by Revlon, The group danced "tod played New World Revisited" by Huxley. I

Cake and punch were served "Storm Over Sumter" by Meredith i
Corday, Coty and Many Others. games.to about 40 young people. The Lost Country" by '

SCHOOL NEWS Salamanca, and Pasternak's "Dr.

Whiteman Chocolates in Gift Boxes better Semester or worse exams four finished days of for no discussed Zhivago. book which banned is the in Russia.much. F EA ,

school and now it's time to starta Mr. Lerner the author of "America _,
semester. Let's make this As A Civilization", will bea d$ t.l.
new .
BELOTE a better semester.'how about it? speaker during Religious Week. t C; .J' f V /
Melrose Plays Newberry Feb. 17-18-19, at the Universityof :i .d I I WAere Service Is Assured'PHONE ,,
Us; Fill Your Next Prescription"Phone Florida. .: .a ; 1i
Cedar Key .
2161 Keystone Heights The Melrose Bulldogs put up a 1ti The oman Woman's's Club News Club Open'House Huntley Junior Alike 9391KEYSTONE'I ',HEIGHTS

[Continued on next Page] will be held on SundaFeli, -8 .. ,


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o. TI RSD.\Y.. JAXTARY_ _29_,_1959_

T'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT be given special attention during t 'You need no partner to attend., affair rill be held on Shrove vvvv+vvvvvv.v..r..vv..vv J J'M ,: mie Lee Ray Norman with Mrs. by's brother and sister-in-law. I Mrs. Norman will leave Saturday.

KEYSTONE this intensive training period. Recommendations I The fee will be $10 per coupl3 Tuesday Feb. 10 in the 'Pi lsh ELh0 -St: I I.AAA& I Lamar Ktddish: at the piano plus !Ir. and Mrs. L. R. Carmichael of Mrs. Millie Simmons arid :Mrs.

for 9th. grade or $5.00 a person for a series of House. Tickets will soon be on special singing by Mrs. Otis T. West Paim Beach. I
Cornelius Moore visited Sunday
. HIGHLIGHTSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 'promotion in these subjects will i I !S lCS O:IS. The group responsiblefor sale. Th;j price, for all you can & &AAAA&& A&&A& AAA Jones Mrs. Lamar Reddish Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johns' Sun- with Mrs. Moore's brother and

. depend entirely on a student's'' forming this club ')nave gone eatwill! be'adults $I' and children Linda Gaskins and Miss Joyce day guest was their daughter, Mrs.
family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Juddof
achievement at the close of the' through & great''deal'of wdrk to $Oc. 'Everyone: In keystone and [Continued from Page One] Morgan. Other services include Lois Henson and son of Jackson- Jacksonville.

Continued from Page One] second semester. Every effort isj I get; it olganized-and secure the i surrounding area is invited to at- hard fight with the Newberry prayer U t %mg'every Wednesday ville. Mrs.
E. L. Cox accompaniedher
being made to prepare all 8th : services of \ tend. .. and choir practice
Mr. Bartley. They hopetc evening on
Quite a number of Rotary mem .Panthers until they lost the service Mrs. Henry Thornton and Mrs. : soa. Pearscn to the Gainesville -
bus and their wives are planningto graders for full participation in''; han trod attendance 'at me]'I i"William's Catholic Church of high-scoring Larry Cooper Friday nights, both start at 7:30: W. J. -r.orntoni.5ited Sunday
I 9th grade work in any school in';nieetinss. You don't have to know Don't miss the study of the airport Saturday He went t\\
: p. m.
attend the District Conferencein i Wans were made at last weekssleeting J, ,_who fouled out. afternoon; with Mr. and Mrs. to Key West to board ship for '
which hey will be enrolled next about to-attend Book cf Genesis now being -explain a
1 a thing dancing 1
Tallahassee on Feb. 151617.Duplicate' of the Altar Society to Behind 14-3 at the end of the Raymond Parker of Jacksonville. !j a two weeks naval reserve train-
year Teachers for these classes these closes, just your right hand by the pastor every Wed- '
Bridge I pUrchas carpeting for the altar'of first quarter the Bulldogs fought Those visiting Mrs. R. L. :Morgan ing cruisc.Afterhleh he will
the principal, R. C. Knox and
are !from your left hand. For addi- I nesday evening. Also, this Wed-
Winners at the Jan. 19 Duplicate the church.: The cost of this hard and trailed only by one at Glendale Hospital in Pa-I I return to the University.Mrs. .
the conch, Carl Duncan. Classes I I tional information contact Mrs. : nesday evening will be time for
Bridge Club session in the [ project is: to be shared by the 'point ai the half. The end of the latka during last were. Rev. and
will be taught during the last two 1 I SJbley. Her phone is 3852. I monthly church conference. Heil Cox also visited Saturday
Woman's Club were as follows: Altar Society and the Catholic third quarter found them tied inc Mrs. Otis T. Jones, Mrs. OliveFiakes .'
4: minute periods of the school bronn Church members are wait- with her daughter. Marilyn, at
first place, Mrs. Nan Hopkins CHURCH NEWS II I Club. The-Catholic Ciub will meeton 27-aU deadlock.However I Mrs. Jerry Griffis and the University: in Gainesville :Miss
day. ing to meet you and your lo'eones. I
and Mrs. Edith Larsen second I Community Church Monday Feb. 2 at 6 p. m. This when Cooper fouled whenever Mrs. Inez Gray. i I Cox will. arrive home tomorrow
come can.
Dance Club Organized you
place, Mrs. Louise Logsdon and Square Dr. Albert C. Hclt was unanimously -f'will be a covered-dish supper out they were able to muster Weekend guests of Glen Moore: after completing her first seme-

Louis Kyle. Tied for third place Last Friday night at the Episco-I!I elected as pastor of the I meeting; only 4 points while Newberry net- The February meeting of the were Harold Callahan and Jimmie.I

were Mrs. Velma Menzen and Mrs. parchurch Parish House a groupof !I Community Church at a special I I The Altar Society will sponsora I ted 18 to defeat them. 45-31. Elementary PTA will be held Butram of Montrey. Term. i ster.Staff
I Sgt and Mrs F S. Judd
Evelyn Carnes, and Mrs. Bea adults interested .forming a ''Congregational meeting! after the Bake Sale on Saturday Feb. 14,I Ronnie Stalvey and Sonny Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the Ele-
Keith Reddish visited relatives -, and from
with family arrived Toyko,
Cooper and Mrs. Joy Baker. The square d&nce club held a meet- 1 i worship service last Sunday Jan. St. Valentine's Day. i Blown led the winners with 13 mentarv Cafeteria. You are always -
:hnd friends in Jacksonville I Japan Monday of this week to
wanted and needed at these
club meets every Monday evening ing. As a result, a club was for- ,,25. Personals I points each followed.by.Doug Mc-
Sunday. visit with Mrs. Judd's sister and
lit 7:30 p. m. in the Woman's ClubHouse med and will meet every Wednesday The Men's Club Dinner was I Mrs. Emma Roland's cousin,' Dilda with: 12. Larry Cooper was I meetings to help and to advise I
Mr. and Mr Cornelius
for the further advancement of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman of frmily. ?
evening in Mr. Wiggins'building I
held at 6:30 m. last Monday i I of the with. 14
p. Mrs. Hilda Tallos of Gary Ind. high scoter game
I Moore. will be of Mr
Tney guests
school Miami have been visiting their
,School News For Parents the former 5 and 10c night. An interesting film was I' arrived in Keystone last week.I points Calvin O'Steen helped the our system. and Mrs. Moore until Mr Judd
.. store. The instructor is Ernest'R. Mrs. Cornelius Moore High children. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Of 8th Grade StudentsA viewed by the group. The film She will spend the winter with I Bulldogs with 12. stationed here in the States.
chairman Normaa. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Norman 'I.'
Bartley, Dean of Political Science School PTA publicity
new schedule for all 8th concerned the Bakery business I iMrs. Roland. This is Mrs. Tallos The Melrose girls stretched
Miss Norman and Guess that's about all May
at the University of Florida. reports that enjoyed the
giade rtudents whose first seme- and how it helped to win the Re- first trip to Florida. |their winning streak to 11 wins everyone
David Norman. Mr Norman returned God always bless and you and
Square dancing has been Mr.Bartley's recent meeting of the PTA held
ster fell below the voluntionary War. The dinner
average on or Mrs. E. T. Martin's mother and a single loss as they whippedthe to Miami Sunday and especially bye now.ALVAREZ' .
hobby for many yeasaed in the High School Library. Rev.J.
"C" rating in Math or English, was served; by Mrs. John Al- Mrs. Kimball of Margarets- Newherry lassies 63-44. Ilene .
he has helped organize clubs H. Mabry Jr. pastor of the
will Feb. 2. brecht's Circle. !
beam on Monday, Strickland for the
was high-scorer
j ville. N. \ will spend the winter Men's Clothing
Students, who during the first all over the state of Florida. Youth Fellowship meets this I with! Mr. and Mrs. Martin. night as she netted 30 points for Madison Street Baptist Church, II STORE Jijl
I Bill Costello.
semester were enrolled for remedial Everyone from 18 to 80 is invitedto 'Friday Jan. 30. at 7:30: p. m. in t the 'winners followed by Marcia gave the devotional. Established.( 1894 III
| Mr.
I and Mrs. Gifford Grange Director of the D. C. T. Club presented -
wort! in these subjects Trill join the Square Dance Club.PAUL'S i the Educational:: Building. All I jvill be leaving Keystone within Hilliard with 19. : a interesting program on
young people of the communityare I A terrible thing happened Fri-
, I the next:! week. They are moving' the value of D. C. T. training for
invited. | to Jacksonville! and their home is day; the Melrose girls suffered
the pupil school and community.The .
H. O. Himble, president of I their first conference defeat at ;
Mrs. J located on the St. Johns River. Seniors won the prize for change
UNDj? the Woman's. Group, held an executive -' the hands of the Cedar Key notice.a
Mrs. Charles. Ross mother. Mrs. I having the highest number of "
netting in the Educational]i Shark ttes Friday night in th-r .v au
I Florence Swindall both formerlyof Tarents present. We hope everyone to ti
MelroseThcrc Friends Meei/! Building on Tuesday morning at Keystone suffered a stroke' Melrose High gymnasium. Thi I who couldn't come to this c h ang e
4 makes the Cedar Key girls and:!
,9:30.The j lest week. Mrs. Swindall is now i neeting will be able to attend when yep I
the Melrose girls tied for first 01
FOUNTAIN. RENTAL.. LIBRARY MAGAZINES Woman's Circle Yearly;':recuperating at the home of her, he March meeting, we need you. .

luncheon will be held at the park-I'I daughter. .Mrs. Eulla Htegenbot-!{,i[place league in record the conference of 9-1. Frankie with a Very glad to report that two of 5 D Koolflotor!

cfthePalms on Tuesday. I _
ttm in Jacksonville her Keystone our sick neighbors are home from 1. (1'r

. 3 BARBERS TO SERVE YOU AT ALL TIMES at 1 p. m. Tickets are $1.35. The)I I friends till be happy to hear that Hcmbree ed the winners and Nancy with Wadley 27 and pac 17 the hospitals. L. C. Clemons came
speaker will be Dr. Clarence she has been improving very home from Bradford County Hos
Open 8 A.M. To 6 P.M.: Jones director of the "Voice of this points respectively. Marcia con- i J
rapidly pa'5tnek.. tributed 19 points to the losing pital one day last week. Mrs. R.
the Andes". a radio Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sargent of L Morgan arrived home Sunday
KEYSTONE .BARBER SHOP connected with his world mis- I I II cause, lost by a score of 5741.
: from Glendale Hospital in Pa-
sionary work. For further information -,I Atlanta. Ga. arrived in Keystone I The boys did better than the y. '

Frank Jones Leamon Ward Coon Wilson contect Mrs. A. F. Crosby.I last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sargent trim losing by only eight points latka. Maywe remember to pray

|were former residents of Keystone -. 5345.i"fhe Sharks had them 41- for the continued recovery of s t a..ce ts

Her St. Anne's phone is Episcopal 2632. Church I' about 25 years ago. They 19 at tie half but the Bulldogs these-end'Mrs. Lou Norman Mrs.

Yerkes are living in their mobile home rallied in the last half with 26 Milton Rosier, Mrs. Bud Green
: M. H. Breyfogle. Mr. 'which parked next to the home the visitors and Mrs. Clyde Johns who arc
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY and the delegate from the vestry points I vw
attended the 116th'of Mrs. M. M. Sargent, sister-in- only 12.High sick at'their homes and'for oth- I
Carl Wistrup
: law to Ilr. Sargent. for Cedar Key ers throughout the communitywho .
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE Annual Council Of the Diocese of scorers y
in sickness and
Florida m Pensacola last week. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hayes and were Bill Delaino and Joe Daniels are' pain.

diocese Altar i three children: have recently moves with 10 points. Larry Cooper was Mrs. R. L. Morgan wishes to ..yX
Mrs..1. S. '
: Day Phone SAF-GAS Nile Phone Cuild airman spoke to the back to Keystone. !Mrs. Hayesi hl h.scorer for the game with 14, take this opportunity to thank l

4351 2582 Woman: Auxiliary on Altar Guild the former Grace 'Wagner of followed by Mark Gaboardi with her! many friends for their prayers -

work last Monday afternoon, Jan. Lake Geneva. Mr. Hayes has just 12.The visits, flowers, gifts and cards 1. Increased gasolene mileage

started a complete sheet metal Bulldogs will be at home during her stay in the hospital.
HEATING WATER HEATING 26. at 4 in the church.
Articles are needed for the service in Lake Geneva called Friday night as they face the Ft. Warren Johns, son of Mr. and 2. Increased engine power
:Mrs. Ernie Johns left Wednesday.
"Hayes Tin Shop. McCoy Pirates.
Most Complete Line of Home Heating Equipment in North Nearly New Shop. For further information of last week for Fort Gordon, Ga.
Redfe Tuesday they journey to Ft.
contact Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Huntley rn. 3. Decreased oil consumption

Florida. If You Plan todd, Heat This Winter See Us First Pr-elps. I'Jr. have recently returned from White to play one of the two where he will start his Army

t their wedding trip to Central teams that the boys have defeated training. We will miss Warren in
.... Used, bricks are needed by the! our church and community and 4. Decreased engine knock
church to build a walk and base Florida and are now at home on this reason.
wish for him the best of luck
the records this very
Looking over
For further information Jasmine Ave.
for a o'n. 5. Decreased engine wear
always. 'His address is unknownat
week were pleased to note
I contact George Phelps. Axel Malmgren recently returned we f
rates No: the .piesent time but will be
that our Larry Cooper
The Pancake Supper a yearly I from Washington D. C. wherehe
.... two weeks with his son 6 in mooring for this area. We're given as soon as possible for the i Cities Service 5D Koofmotor actually does the workof
and family, Dr. and Mrs. RichardA proud of him! convenience of his many friends several grades of motor oil to give you maximum
Healthifacts who will want to correspond with
Malmgi en. Alex did some sight- TRINITY EPISCOPAL protection for starting warm-upland,cruising: -ths l:

while in Washington. 'He him.Mrs. three daily driving
* J! seeing CHURCH. MELROSE Ruby .Gano and daughter. ranges.
Care has -
Chiropractic proven
visited the Islamic Cultural Center -
M. II. Breyfoele. Minister Glenda cf Ocala visited Sunday
all of these common
aliments in: ,.the Archives Building and revisited Sunday School, 8:45 a. tn with Mrs. Gayno's parents Mr.. STOP IN THIS WEEK!
the Smithsonian Institu
11:15. Episcopal Young People; and Mrs. Milton Rosier.
Allergen tion. Sounds as though Alex' trip. siLcox CITIES SERVICE
Headaches Morning Prayer and Sermon, Mrs. Russell. Redding spent

.. was educational well as enjoy 7:30: p. m. Rely Communion each from Monday to Friday of last 705 Temple Avenue
Heart TrouberthrttiJ!
: j able. first Sunday week with her son and daughter- Starke Fla.

t Blood Asthma Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grolick spent in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ,

a v. t High the weekend In Jacksonville. 'If. . . .,, .,,'
past y..y." " " I Redding: and baby of Wildwood.

; Pressure Bronchitis They celebrated the birthdays of FLORAHOMEAND Mr. and :Mrs. Freeman Crosby CITIES SERVICE

Kidney Trouble Bursitis Mrs. Grolick and her sister Mrs. returned: Sunday aftennoon from

H. F. Woodburn of Jacksonville.Mr. GRANDIN an 'entovable'visit with\ Mrs. Cros-

Stomach Trouble Colds and Mrs. E. L. Southwellare

the proud grandparents of agirl By DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAA ,

Nervousness Flu born to Mr. and Mrs. Firmin

serve pressures can produce all W. Southwell of Jacksonville. The '

The Modern Way is the Drive-in Way ty es of ailments _'Removal of new baby was named Robin and Mrs. Alma Clark spent last week 1c4tS

ncfre pressure can restore health. weighed 6 lb., 9 oz. at the Baptist end with her sister Mrs. L. W A'1
Bankin -b-car is designed for the motor age! It's the Hospital in Jacksonville. Mrs Motes, in Holister returning-to

streamlined way to save time and trouble. Don't worry &ee you Chiropractor first and Southwell and,daughter Barbara, Florahome Sunday evening. \ .

about parking, locking your car or waiting in line. Just .abe. drove to Jacksonville to see Robin Miss Beth Drake returned 'to \

try the convenience of our drive-in window one time Consultation> without obligation. last 'Saturday Gainesville last Tuesday morning 4to S ,

and it Mrs. Frank Walrath I after visiting her father T. -L.
you'll use always! Phone or Write Mr. and e \ %
III visited 'Mrs. Walrath's par- Drake, iI. Florahome. Miss Drake -

DR. H. G. BOLLINGER !expects to return to her studiesat
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bastedoof : f ..
CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES the University in Gainesvillethe r .. ,
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA I Jacksonville last weekend. : : ...
9th of February.Mrs. t : : : ..
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ziegler of : .
728 E. University
Sarah L. Osteen is spend- ; i r
'Gainesville Phone 6-3238 South Bend. Ind. stopped off In .l.
Friendly Bank in ing a while with her soninlawand ; y r :
a Friendly Community Keystone last week for a visit vv i' : i l ::
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I
426 N. Walnut St. with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. (
Ke"stone'lIei-hts:: Fla. G. Halmson in Florahome.
Starke Phone WO 4-2881 Joe Daurer. Mr. and Mrs. Ziegler Miss Iiene Strickland of Fora- :"

t were on their way home after .. .'"
home had her.photo in the Pepsi- -
spending! : two weeks in central "
Cola Merit Award" album on TV -.....
Florida. ;t.. '
last Monday evening. ," .
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF Mrs. Gallic Rye and two sons 1,:'' ,
New taste thrill from the Super Sue Treasure Chest
:i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS of Grandm spent last Friday tin

r t Here's pure delight in red and white-New Cherry Vanilla.It's Super Dr. James D. Pail, Organist. Jacksonville a7
.., i Alderman of Grandin attended -
Sue ereamy Vanilla ice cream and juice-laden t red Cherries. A tantalizing Choir Director. J.
Services: Church School 9:11'a.m. : 'his cousin's funeral tin

;: treat that wifl) turn your refrigerator into a"Treasure Chest" Morning Worship a.m. Lake City on Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. .

..., $ of goodness. Buy and try Cherry Vanilla-tod&J! Irvin Ormond of Gaines-1" 4._ 11tiMoi'e '"

St. William's Catholic Chapel vine spat last weekend in Grandin to ',
,asp --new speed! -new washday; case-with'in'aatofitttie
If 'zN Keystone Heights with her son-in-law arid

c daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hut- : aft-electric home '
Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. laundry
I Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. son.Mr.
N rd: Mrs. L. Smith and
A# Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. R. A:5af'e.l8fomatic'eIectrie: washer..7. gentle electric '

: Confessions before all Masses. daughter.ass Mildred Smith.

Baptisms, marriages and -Instructions also their three grandchildrenfrom clothes dryer..;and a sh-oWi electric ironer help
Jacksonville visited relativesin "
\fI8thII7 by appointment.ST. ..,
Grandin last Sunday. .light eirjKwr most wearisome home chore.They save you tf t 11' ,, r\

AXVS EPISCOPAL Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weeks and .... ;
children of Brunswick. Ga. spent y&cfam time.' work and \,: Yo _.,
Cnl"nCH.KEYSTOSE JOOoey-help keep -
; pretty ,1" ,. : '
ofF ctory last weekend in Grandin with '. '.?. \

e 1\l H. Breyfogte Minister Mr. Weeks! mother Mrs T.iR.. (vasf fes bright and new-Iookin5 lon oer. 'A\ ,<; : < ',
Morning x.
TWo Prayer and Sermon *" ; ; .
Gornto. i > _
j PINTS 9:30: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a; m. R ." ; '. ',
Mrs. Annie Capers of Putnam im -
Holy Communion each first Sunday ..\ /
tin.4i1tcJ. T j' < Parish Supper each third Hall was calling on Mrs. Ella Arid,teltife the t P inS-boe water for your all-electric .; / N', ;,. \
r-r last
Fr. Belisano of Grandin Sunday d \

.., eOnl'Y-bu'Y SOl]]e Wednesday, 6:30: p. m. afternoon.MilBTON. 'Jawrfry'-'(""" a modem*, safe automatic electric ).l'tW._.. : : -i\

.. sox''l KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA ivvvvvvrnrrvnrvvvnivvI1 '*iKrfc> ater. It just done male sense to use .


.. J. R. Smith pastor. Ralpn : : r r.by 't erttttowtJon of fuels when it's cheaper to use'the '(ifJ : a

Copeland Minister of-: Music and .

church organist. ruse best Vay..to go aJWectnc in your kitchen ,W"'
FA tEI Services: Sunday. School 1145'! Mr*. 'Harvey''MeCirtny t. S

,\{ \ \ plastic raid hat 5 m.'Morninj Worship a:: m. s..uuuu.u..uuHello. tna snndry.:Co modern'and enjoy new washday BEATS I '

In export puri* I;ii. cow.teody Tratamz:Union. 6145 p.'m. Even-
\!:i J \ m o pffy for prOl.ef a,eton tag-services 7:30 p.:-m. Everybody. hope this freedom! FIRE
\ ogointt; ram and wind. } .
., "'.w \ Mail yovr now and od- .. L t+ fi&ds of you feeling fine and "
V '' t d'. ." and a Cherry Vanilla t -'St'EdwanTs''Cathelie'Chareh enjoying life.Speaking .
f, boa lop '. S.up.r Sue "tin.i."", ElECTRICALLY! er
-starke. 'FhrIda of enjoying life. If you
Coi,9'ai Goa Itttburg i J / 1
f'o Yaw hcl will b.mailed 'Sunday Mass at'10 a.-m. like good preaching and ''like to .- .
"SOIUTEIT fREE ot .. /
OIf9,...pits lftb.2l. onc J959. 4 )' KbfydayMasses; at '3:30 a. m. it sng! come and visit Heilbronn See.yovv electric appliance dealer!

p 5:30: p:-m. 1 Church. Rev. 'Otis T. Jones, a.
Weekdays fast 8M a. m. Pastor renders inspiring sermons m! FLORIDA POWER fc IICHT COMPANY

Concessions: Saturday- to 8 every Sunday motning"and'evening.'Ctngregational -

/* .. "-;ors and sizes always in your dealer's Supir Sue. Treasure Chest. p. m. singing led "'*"*** ,HELPING BUILD FLORIDA

'Baptisms, 'marriages '*nd instructions by'Ch') Ur. Russell''Redding as- .

by appointment. sisted by Mrs R. L. Morgan. Jim-



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.pnmSD X. .JAyPARY 29. 1959 B AIOItD.o TIT tC1tAPH. 'STARKE.': .mmt\. I rr Y __. _!AGK MXE
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyt y ..yyyyi'iy y.y; '. regular servlde' 'on Sunday' starting 1(Its ?ri -er' cons ructtoh m'-Back "of j'[t? ;(--tlrtie'and'. date wni'rtot6e con- .:c.r_r.,E ""S.1111,1'T. Thor-:1'"l'Uy. Fei-.n lii ii> ;.

sldrrrd. >, (fnrnishiTt all matjr,
; f .r
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZENS -with Sunday School at 10a.!fine' tfrarch. Trie .toniratctor 15cjhn'Digs '1 Each. hid must be accompanied bya i II'; Labor and c-nlnl-t"s 'h. ,, -

nCSdpt.'HenryBryant'In'chaige.,' : Sr. &'soos. 'We'11ave certified .check, cashier checkor I Ilnwlnt "school projei IBtrv

: OF BRADFORD COUNTY iT6rnirig Worship"at'll'a. m, set- looked 'torwaTd to"'Uiis part 'of bHi bond in the amount of five Pra.\frt.'t "'' FJ J oi4a:
per cent of the ba:e bid as guarantee -, \ TO RJ.K. "t HOOU
I .CHURCH NEWS nibb"by Ihe astor or 'aptfointee.Evening the program of the church and that the bidder if awarded the !T.\RKt FI.OHW\

By Oz ra J. Shell senrifce pro npt1y-at 7 p. hope that tne It-porter, Sister contract will within ten consecutive I I .bT bi rcoelved'fifler the speetfi'd -
calendar days after written, notice ,|: t t. and date will not be ronsidered -
in!; During these cold nights the GljfaysBlye/wUl gt vn the baft being git of such .
en award enter
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& AA&A.AA& & && & 1 jtaTKeeji 'te1\ rU ito into written bid accompanied
pastor 1 Ii asking th tJoe have' aneafly trle public f I cvntrAtith the Er must be '
I Board of Public Instruction of Ptad- by check cp.hieric1ieck
Ir' I 'n ct' atiout tiC like .rtiCf
Death In Family Annette sen1 e'So'e may return -progress
[ right Barbara
away. I ford County. Florida in accordancewith or bid tnnd in the amount of fire
The Shells have just returned Shell sixth grade'student at RJE Iconic within one hour. Choir thi.JW4want' the tibUc to know the accepted bid and give a |wr ,t-ent The base bid as jcoarantee -

Methodist '.ChurchChurch At The TabernacleThe I from Atlanta Ga. attending the was admitted to the Hospital on members are asked to 'be in trie \tho'rtmr" ltk''mem1)e'S"tre "'*f1d I e'ontrai.t surety bond 'satisfactory ],I that the bidder Jf awarded, th*
1 tl) said Hoard In an amount equal : t-ontratt. wilL within ten o"ii ecntlT) *
funeral of their aunt Naomi Saturday. All the above "named Choir Worn at 10:50: a. m. Rehearsal tIle general program 'of your II", one hundred percent uf the con- I I calendar days aft' written notice

School, Sunday 9:45: a. ,' pulpit of the Fundamental Coachman. She was the mother I patients have been discharged but immediately after morning rtmrch..'- Sister' Gladys Blye, re :.trar pri.. 111JIl Rin of surh award. enter

m. Morn'hg Worship. 11 a. m. |I Gospel Tabernacle was occupied of Gloria Coachman McCoy formerly Chiistine Diggs and Annette'Shell. service. We report continued' porter. I I Id="for bidder a ,prit ma y thirty withdraw day? af his-I'I fvard written of Public cnra.'tith Instruction the of

Junior'Church and Nursery for :'again I f Sunday morning by Dr. D. teacher in Hawthorne and '.\dut Education Party illness 6f Sister "Bertha 'Reason Tree Cainin Cn'urch of Cod In the :t fur the opening. :I Rradfo'd (<.nnt).. Fl'rid. in accordance

children. ; L. Luttrcll. formerly of Braden- tier ] and"Sister Grace Long'who' is"now Fnlty thereof. with the accepted bid and
Gainesville for many years. The Social Study music .
group I I: All work shall be done in accordant -I five a contract surety bond Aatis-
Tuesday, 9:30: a. 'm.. Prayer ''tcn, who based his message on I funeral was held at St. Paul A. M. -f Jenkins Elementary School held I it home to the "members and Free'Caanan? Church cf" God In with plans specifications. i: factory to Mid Board in ,an amount

Group .sponsored by WSCS. ''the. story of the certain Samaritan F. Church Rev. D. T. Babcock its regular meeting on last Wednesday ;. fiiends. Please visit bur sick and Unity. Rev. Sainpson'\Vliite. -pastor -:'and!' thereto contra d a contract "price.
prepared by and
Wednesday. 3:30.: Story Hour as found in the gospel of I officiating. She is survived by one i and during the break had take them messages of comfort will hold regula'r services dnSunday. [ M'M.re. .\r\'I!...Gainesville.G'il Flor- I(; No bidder may 'ithdra" his.bit

for primary age. 7:15, Prayer Luke. Sister. mother of Ozora Shell a I very fine repast which was ser-I a'hd cheer. Do ff f rget-the'Mardi A "special "effort must bemade"Dy I I: ida. spe<.ifirations and con |, for a period thirty '
Bible'Study. Member of the Tabernacle tract, diM-uments may be examined i the date net for the opening tfcere-
and 8
Meeting p. m. i rally each captain is"expected W the" members lo have aj
son three daughters and a host -ed and prepared by Emma Wil i I! at thr {.Ui.l of the Superintendent <-

Chancel Choir rehearsal.A ( rcup attended a meeting at the I'I'i of other relatives and friends. She i iams, and Sara Terrell. Upside-' report $100. 'We 'are counting onb'ur' I mortgage 'burning: soon. "All the I I I f.f Pu1i mel .,l.n. StarKe. Florida fAll work" shall be don In aconrd9nee -

co-dial} welcome is extended ,' Trinity Baptist Church in Jacksonville was laid to rest in the family iown pineapple cake and choco-: ; l yaI' friends 'and the rtemtership churcnes 'nd- mb 'rs of fetartefirffieuig 1,I JPmrr., ArihUects a the office 11 nf N.Goin and 4th i i", contract with "plan specifications relative thereto and-

to each und every '>ne to worship. Wednesday night of last I cemetery in Musella Ga. ate layer cake was served with to Sup Ort the!e leaders drafted'to help us'liqulldate :|' AVe. Oain ville. Florida.. E |!I a* prepared d'lum..nts"fry rof-and Moore

week. : 'Ztlarch Of Dimes lehcious hot chocolate. The class that have been a'ppbihted by'bur our-church 'debt, then"we will j I'nlr one .et of u. h plans anduntra.t II |I Architect <;aine Florida
-- [ ( dooiments and forms for ;: specifications and
made to have party and pastor.-Ranell English reporter. 'Tielp you": Sit r Tyson has Ifrrft"eti -|I for 1 I f Ilan.. '
The Annual drive for the funds plans a bidding this project may be seI I nay b. examined\ atbe
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH for National Foundation For Infantile birthday celebration every two Calvary ''Baptist Church I'| Antioch to be Her guest aridbelters 'I cured by general contractors Only I office of the 1Pr.lnt.ndt of Pub-
I Premillennial Fundamental i I from the office of the arthitects j jI lie }Instruction. oral
: Paralysis has completedthe months for membership born during Calvary Baptist Church. Rev.,I 'on the the" first Su d yafternOd'n I I I by drnociting therewith SO.IIO( per the office of l nin" ; Uoore.
Missionary. Seven miles south of II ut
I third week. Community chair- that period, five persons will George Lee pastor held regular, at 3 p. m. The pastOr I' srt. The drposit from grneral con- 1"Architects., SIS :;. E. ( Arenuo,
Starke Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- I traitors will I refunded Ilorliia.Only .
on and will be .pbQluhmi".i.n ( ain."mf'
choir members co1I
be honored in March when we -
L. M. is all services' with
man Royal asking Sunday starting I
ham pastor. t>f a ln>n. fide hid and set of such plans and
1i principals parents, pupils and have the next party. You are invited Sunday School Deacon 'Dcmmon!I tact d. We regret the death of rrttirn ..f said pUns and contract ,contract one documents sand forms for

Sunday School, 10 a. m., Worship citizens to rally to the march and to join this class. The only in charge. The message was deLivered -I r Annie Lee Dean' relative of our I I diwumVnts in gtn>d c'.n illonilhln ''bidding for thi* proje. may be seI -
11 m. Training Union 7 I|I ten U.vs after the date set for the j I I I ntractor onlY
a. members fn the Dean family. cured i>y general
II keep step. We do not want to fall obligation is a registration fee of by the pastor. A progress I I ownini of bid*. If the general contractors 'j from the office of the. archite.-ts

p. m.. Evening Worship 8 p. m. short of our quota this year. You $2 for the entire year and attendance -, I port on the building program,:[Turieral l a arrangements are being desire nuTe than one set of I by dcp. iting. therewith )U,0( per
Wednesday Prayer meeting tfie such plans and specifications thelt The ttt>m iehcrkl contractors -
each Wednesday night.If made by Hughes-Chestmit [
have always measured up and she was made by the' committee. All, i, lay !'l obtained by paying the I d-fli refunded tponi
7:30 p. m.'E'eryone. like good things to eat and Funeral Directors of Gainesville!!!I rvst of di t>lH-ai"n at the rate of
k expecting you to continue to you the blocks for the new building \ i i subnii!!>ion of .bona fide bid and
welcome. will join this FIorida.SisterUmma'Dean reorter. 7Hper: sheet for drawing and IVetnrn of w id plAns ftti" contract
good singing
you have
keep the standards high. Coin been purchased and construction "
i I $;.I1* pt-r pet for specifications, I Iwh I documents in good condition within -
containers group.-Arata Williams reporter.. is well underway. An- 'p 'h will not he refundable.Subcontractors .
NORTH SIDE and cards are in every ten ,d after the dale set for
/ section of the county so do not Thurston School other drive will beheld on Ihe :f I Pell Chapter: "sreetln? I and material suppliers the 'op.ninl of 1>ids. If the general

..N tWtic. :o.o. BAPTIST CHURCH The regular monthly meetingof stcond in at :[I I" 'ThetlielrCliter of O. E. S. may purchase drawings and contractors .dT1'? more than onSet ,
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn pass by without putting in a dime. Sunday February !' specifications from the "architects of surh"plahs'aiid'spcclTication*,

"How'd you -feel if you' got 11 Remember the child your money the PTA was held with president -. Antioch :here they now worship.,'I: o. 18'vdIfhbld'rigiilar meeting by paying the cost of duplicationat I I these may be obtained by paying
ing Worship a. m. .TrainingUnion
tat 'we the rate f.f The sheet for
IhJ lisflal time'and ratft
place. of at tne
'th ,. Louiza Brown in charge. Music will be furnished the'Antioch pr I I the cost in things onJudgmtnt h ilp to be by ,
caught 5Su: p. m. Evening Worship may cure may your 'the dr.wln." and Jt per set forth ,gf Tie per sjret| for drawings an4
Day?" Principal S. C. Price thanked the choir and spicey regret the illness aId hcfcpitahtation sp-eIli-aljuns. which cost In-
7:30 m. Prayer, Meeting very -wn.Hrroiries a program $?.00 per set for "1'f'Iiratwnl
Of ''Jericho group for the very fine coopera- will be presented. The general of Worthy MaftonvJine S. i|: eludes the cot of handling. This f which will not be $"f'
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone i I *t wfll not lie .
The effect would be highly clcothe.- Rev. H. R. Carter, The regular meeting of Ruth tion they had given in the past public is invited to' attend l all f.fttcnell 'but Associate 'Matron i i i (..Fi4d..rl'qlal( r..fnnd1p.at/r 't be ,.i 1b.ttr'tt niay KaSe'and'n1a1 dTawlncs'laIR suppliers andsefification
f 'PI
Wd1er'Wrf will have
tdfccorative Jbut we all "needto and asked for continued support. day. The musical program will /ftna Ch ht : of PublicInstruction I from the
Court No. 18 held Wed- '
was on anhi.'Uby
Pastor. !
: I of I radford County.
Worry about what we are regr'pt the illness of our first iii t'ge\n1tn'she"is'ibJe: to return. the cost of
: nesday of last week 'with Worthy We ue held at 3 p. m Watch this !' Florida. The, Hoard of Public...In'struction paying dlplkatloa
than what we to: His. She "can be ?rea"ched' tor the rate of. 7c per sheet for tedra
INSIDE, more and second grade teacher. Mrs. for their nexi smgteg, of 'flt dToid County,
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH :Matron Sophia Royal l in harge. paper big Inga and $..0*> per set for thereJ'ifc.tlon8
kn wearing 'cutside. on that D. B. Jackson and hope she trill flotfers"cards; ''And Florida reserves the right to waive :
attraction in the interest of tne th'er"ex'prs- | which cost
last day.For' none of us shall Lavrtey We regret the Illness and hos- sIms & Informalities in. any bld'and. ,tq accept Incude.
'her h
taIlz'l \ two leturn to school soon. Mrs. Ruth building fund. Jerelene Domnion ft any bid which they considerto landlng. w1
V6e judgedjby'our wit, wealth A. E Massey. Pastor p ticn of of our officers: not be .
Edna Dell Holland has ben work- Starke. 4A11 in Starfce.I be in the bst public Interest
or beautyT but. by our faith Bible school 10 a. m. Sister Janie S. Mitchell, and Sister. reporter. mE."mb' and to rejt-ct anv.or all t>ids. Piddersqualifications must be
ing in her absence and lias 'done ke4 Batter ate mg-I satisfactory to the Hoard of Public
in Bethlehem FreewillBaptist and'Rod '
alone. Faith'expreisPd I Preaching 11 a. m. Christine biggs. Sister Bertha Lee The Board of Public IOltrct6n I Ii Instruction of Rradford County
tetms of our love for God a splendid job.Mrs.. Albert, re- Church e"to'at 'nextmeMing.. i .
Evening Service., 7:30 p m. Dell is very sick also. Other mem- lounty.. SecretaryJanuary Florid The U.-ard of Public JntructK -
By: Morgan
'add our fellow man. porter. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Bertis Robinson, reporter. Jarm >nof Bradford ,'ount Flori-
Bible Study and Meet bers have been reported sick but .
i Prayer 2 1S5S
li. :! ', waive i.
I. de. th right to
'iveSe.eral r..I-el !
Gymnasium '
will hold -" .' -
ing, 7:30 pm.. Wednesday. are on the mend. We ate asking Church Rev. L. McKay formalities in any bid and to accept

I I Radio program, 8 to' 8:30: a. all th> members of the court to months ago the senior tegular services on first SundAy rilt'V n .' r.'r., FOR OlD' any bid whjch they consider
Sunday School 9-1; A.M.Mortiuig i class at RJE started a block driven rtarting with Sunday School. Sealed nWwill Jreceived by S1dbid'wfll be reeiVed oy the t to be In the beat Pdihhr interest
i n. each Sunday over station'WRGR. visit these members and shower the of Public of Board of Instruction of I land to reject any or all bid

Worship 11 A.M. Starke. them with cards and other expressions ; the interest of building a gymnasium Deacons Prince and Newman in "' Bard/ County, ,In.trton.. the Bradford luMi, Flo Vis. at. the T" Board 'of.,l'uI1i.- Instruction off

of for the school. The driveis charge. At 11 a. m. the message !'ffi.'f: of thA Superintendent of Pub- office of ttie nperintendent of Public I f Bradford County. }Florida

Union 6:15 l'.M.: I r B sympathy.Ainanda- still and with the help of ;. in the fourthoase.k Instruction in the Courthouse.Starke. I I Harmon )*. Morgan. .nf'tar
Training on will be delivered by our pastor. II !\
ifne ., .Oanuarv 15. 15.
Chandler reporter.T. Tin To ftVlook P. Florida njt tit 2OcIocltE.1. !:
the general public and the Board Guests for the morning will be FnrM: brd
B. Leadership Institute M.' E. S. T. Thursday. F'
EtVning Woshrip 7:30 P.M.1'KAYER RADIO of Public Instruction such a\ the members of the Carnation 195>. for furi"hinr all ry5'j' IN THK CIRCtIT COVRT IS AD FOR BRADFORD COITSTT, FLOR-
The Bradford County Chapter Arid_ l lor ( .
'AT LAW >0.te
building may soon become a real Social Club. Mrs. 'W.l
MEKTINGWednexlay Savings
of: the Florida Tuberculosis Association winl Sfhool building project in

7:30'IVM.: DEVOTIONALSpeaker will ity. The rain and cold weather brooks president. Bradford' ronnty.' Florida: 'hnt (T( TEXAS (JAS AND OIL. ICQRF'OR.TlttN

sponsor two dele has caused great loss in the ath- Your editor points with pride 'tt ,hF ht) il'n svitooi.AtUtTOnhl't. ., a corporation.Petitioner ,
I gates to attend the T. B. Leader- ITt'RKE.'F1.ORID.ny \ I .
letic program. Only one game has the beautiful block church that \ hid received after the epPcl'fFTfE .. va.- > 5OTICK OF CONDEMWATIO'JMADELINE
Madison Street for Week' of ship Clinic and Institute which been played this 'ear.V tch this .- ,E W.\IDS. 'et Vir 1 .

I will be held in Tallahassee on et : I
paper for the date of a mass Atb'YdR 1lI1thPmth'cotTT.FLOR.11J4. aL .
'' Church i FEB. 2 Feb. 7 February 5, 6, 7. Persons approvedfor meeting to make plans for stimulating CRcI'COtRT. w S _" Ilk .betenants. )

'Baptist the meeting are 'Principal C. AT LAW NO.IOITON .r TMfe'rfAlfE'AXD BY THE AUTHORITY )1 nl "sfAfTE. VT
Itev. Lewis D. Haines and culminating this FLORIDA.: .
'((900,Pl ck '\. Madison St. C. Anderson of Lawtey andSuperv1or' drive. ) TEXAS GAS .AND OILCORPORATION 1 TO "WHOM IT MAY CCJR" .fnd

Ozora Shell of Starke. These a corporation, 1 .
I ..
Athletic Officials .
Petitioner. J 'JTarrel Owaer 1 .efubihI ffat"
J. H. 7:50 A.M.: conferences are designed to further Two of the graduates of RJE vs. ) SOTICK dr CO'nF" .\TIO .'e
Mabiy Jr. Pastor ,
tran qualified leadership fora rARHIE a widow. I
---. I II i High have become certified to officiate et.al CLBr.JT. ) 1 Madeline Edwards and spouse it None U1:."

iI I program of education on tuber-. interscholastic basketball Defendants. I 'arripd "
; culosis. Many people are afraid to TO; HafKht Street
games. They were former basketball IX THE XUfEXD BY THE AUTHORITY. OF, THU STATE OKFLORIDA San' : California _

T FIRST BAPTIST S Church SJarkea E.talk can about be cured it or discuss and is.not it but some-T. players "on the" championshipteam1 Td' WHDl I'IAY': CUNCEKN. And .: TCecII Crawford -, .;K l : $
-- produced at RJE. Julius I itt I, Box. 54Lawtey.
f : thing to be afraid to face From "Moot" Chandler empl yee of I**reel O".e L.I'Ii'1i&c&S .Val' lie... "Florida liT

Rev. Lewis'D.' Haines PastorJefferson this conference your county represEntatives Big Dad Manuf turing Co, and I \ 3 J. S. Sapp, Jr. .....J, Mortge arable to: f 45.Q
i will tell you about the Griffin 1 Carrie Colbert a widow 'None 'I\O.UU Kt. 1, fox 95Lawtey =1 The Florida Bank at"
Alfred also
of Starke. By .Box .414 Florida .J JJfart.. >*lor many startling )latke
new developmentsin
: and Court Streets In \ the medical field for prevention In Bo p t
1. 5%
1 Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Paslorium WO 9-2301 and cure of tuberculosis. Read they are now'members Kmest: Colbert securing repayment
I of the St. John's Officials Association. t.., 4 4 'UflO.OO.
this column each week for articles Belleglade, Florida

i SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.7:30 P.M. concerning information gath- Congratulations to these .f Jame*,. K. WainwngUt _, If"rtCite payable to: '$.80'.0'I'
outstanding athletes. Any and all other 'preon. ad- D. 'lT,5x 5l '",ILand Bank CommissIon

; (Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin P.M. ered in this institute. Dr. Foster Fiesta Club Meeting dri>.t'l unknown. who clalrajany .3" i* North Clark ., Address uncnchtR. .
i is chairman of this The rittht. title or Interest as heir tarte, Florida dated J.n.
( group. The regular meeting of the Nathaniel Colbert, deceased. In .Pk piR UI. 1-

!; Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30P.M.. A&M meeting University's will be held on Florida Fiesta Club will be held Friday 2 Herbert S. Norman and Murlar1v None ':U.oo "11,50369.Mrlnl repayment ol .

H campus. night at the home of Harry Norman, his-wlfe : .
A FRIENDLY "WELCOME AWAITS YOU Anderson Junior High Young. All members are asked'to Route ; 1, Box 80 and to all persons or parties havingoriiaimiriK ''Eli of SW4 of "u'. and the uu NE'i

Due to a wet court the game 1. Lawtey, Florida any title interest, Xtc, of N\Vi. of Section 17.
r; AT THE'FRIENDLY' be present so that yOU'may select ritht. letn to Township S. South. Range 22 East
CHURCH estate -morrgage r
between Douglass School and Anderson : 1>. U. Redding and .'rante tnNone I2SO.OO ( ( I Count FIoridamor'particularly'described
your new officers for the"years..- his \ PAd in thoseiertain liucda.f land Bradford '
: : was postponed last Friday .Ethel Young reporter. f1 Redding 11.L".tey. a.tuate in Bradford ( a* follows, to.
night. The game has been rescheduled Florida hereinafter described together with 1 it:
Carnation'ClubThe all unknown by, Beginning at a point in the west
i r :The perfect tribute toO \ S for Feb. 13 if weather Carnation Social Saving 4 Nelson P.. Blo-ker and Clara U. None ."'/ through 'and p tindr isons kO1'limil.'e I line vf the .:'; of S\V>. of the

( permits. On February 2nd Ander- !. Blorker, his wifeP. who are d-ad. and are not :NW of said Section 17. said pint
I Club will meet at the home of l 170 feet more or less
> -ing
O. Box 3S7 TCJTd Ii"'lt
to 'i' or a
t Jr. Hi.
Cherished memory son will play Yulee there. Mrs. Clara Cohen on Monday, .a"k"on\'le Beach, Florida .n"-1'm'10'; ,>.. TEXASUs. .erly and along said line from the
so if you have transportation follow corner thereof: and run-
( .th.1
\ the junior Feb. 2 All Members old nd'new.are and to all persona or pirt "* Darin, XE1. of the NWi; of Section 17, corporation t1, (HI'ATW- .I tfenr North 59 degrees 6*

Every funeral that we con \ Tigerettes and asked to be present 'at Free- or claiming any right title. ln r- Township 5 South. Han 22 Ea"t.Beinz eminent fiM prt' I'"til.n.In I I'minutes East a distante of 855 f e
Tigers to Nassau county and f'"t. estate. 'Vnortgupe or otlwr 'i'n ; of exit in the East
lands to its
owned -by Herbert S.
I/ duct i is a source of sustaining ,, cheer them to victory. Don't forget | ?.ill Baptist Church. Rev. L. Mc- to and in too'., certain parcel. or Norman and Murlar I>ee tforoidn. his the persons alJ\'e whose enlitl.nanirn"olrf and against places tbc of of the J.int of S\Vi. of the XWU of

: solace and spiritual inspiration 1 Kay, pastor on Sunday Feb. 1, land situate in PradfonJ ounty.. Ite. Route No. I. Box *", rWwl y, residence are h-relnaliote. set forth [Section 17. Township 5 ..Jl. Ranged.
PTA dewrtlw to-
on Tuesday. Feb. 3. Pre- Florida *reinafter Florida and identified line list beting defenitinls [22East, re-entering the subject property
,,11 a. m. for a first visit to community a ) the in JJh cause I
:: to the family. sident Linwood Crawford is urging ': B -ther with all nnkimwnpersons No 23 BRAD; "5. ant 'wherein the said Petitioner [, 4t a pint in the south line
and uft f *r
f < <
churches during this year claiming >y, through of
t J PARCEL NO. 3 (D. Redding to condemn an in the | of the :;f:'. XE'-t of XWU
all parents to attend. An attendance Known persons who are deadand R :t etatl *
'\ Members who cannot be present et ux) described property as II Section 17. Township s Imth. Rang
Hundreds wh 'are known to fol1-inl
V details are managed and economical contest has been initiated I asked for unavoidable alive.
4 ly attended to that only a trained and careful and the class with the causes are 'HEP.hOl' TOX TKXAJ ,extending; 15- ft. northerly and 35 said cans' so that the same maybe more or less westerly and along said
to see the finance chairman before feet from the following de lne; from the there
G'D OIL COWOKATIOX. a southerly us>d for right of way purposes, Ithealtrner
fl' .organization can perform when the Urgent need largest number' of parents in attendance Sunday. Carnations for new corporation,, has filPd,It".Petition in I! !rih surrey line and traT ring !I and all Incidents t"r..of, for theI"cati.n I For and rtnnln it de-of
f r-sen'ing is at'hand.DVW1TT will receive a prize. If 1109 eminent domain prwevdlnjrs In the '''" 3 and 4. being the Nli of the j I and ,1ntru of natural gU ; ( you rrtte 'children In Several members are available at AV.te entitled Cottrt against the N.t4 of the X t4 of Section 17, gas transmission pipelines, to-wit: 4:4 feet, to it* point of exit in the
Pine Street. We regret the illness person whose names and ,placet 01 Township *> South. Range 22 East.Pradford Pan-el No. 1 (MadIme Edwards) east line of the Xt:'* n XE'4 of
C. JOTiES: classes your presence will countin set forth Cvnnty. Florida more ;'w'4 of elon.Ii.. Township Sfc'onth.
: residence hereinafcote
and hospitalization of our member. are : A strip of land fifty feet in width .
each class. C. C. Anderson being'the'defendant. in each cause particularly described as follows, IS northwesterly and Range.2Z &
Gr te' [Tinyl Long but 'are extendjftg ._ Beiag lands by J S app.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE I SERVICE and wherein the said Petitioner to wit: fol- Wl"
:35 fei southeasterly Trom the .
Principal; C. Johnson reporter. she is improving WK to cntidenin an'estate the Beginning at 'a point in the west Jr., Route L.'ljpx ,. Lawtey Florida.
PHONES: WO 4-2600 "WO 4-2610 Hospital Patients happy to note that fallowing; dpsciTbed 'property a* Is line of the NH of .the NUV, oft, the lowlng.,,tftribed survVy line andtraverusnaja and I"dnttfLd a Line List Xo.
and can be reached at her set forth in the Petition tiled In NE' of Mid Section 1. Said point >;!: of.Woodlawn Sub- :28RAb.17Ift..
We furnish the'liighest type terrice at lowest prices and accept Annie Lee Dean, wife of Joe home cn Highway 301 Sooth said cause, 'so that the name maybe being GOO feet, more or 1.18 s
ANY life insurance policy in forceIssued by ANY company-M Louis Dean passed on Friday'of Starke.Mrs. Wilhelmena Bro b tf,*d for the right of wiy pur- erly and along said lln. trota., toenorthwtst ,}E I4'f! Ni\V tb. Range x.>f Section 22 East.17. Town-Ktad- ot'Io4 ( '
and 3Sft
pones, and :alI'incidentii thereof for corner thereof: and fanning rwlpi exlendin U !i. northwesterly
payment in part or in fall on funeral services Consultation ( last week after having given birth I-resident.-Mrs. Alma -R. Jenkins. the location and construction thence orth .1 d gre. 43 I .Cuoty,-.n"rida. more p rti- ,, sootb'smtfrjy-fr6m the followingdeccribed

to a baby girl. The baby is doing nhurd.ga! transmission pipelines minute*,,Kjst. a dlstam-e.ot i t .,ldrbdescribed,: aa folowl to-wlt: ...rn.t' and
carries no obligation. leporter. to-wit: to its point of exit In the nortb.hae -Brglnnrng at a vest the SE' of.NEU and X.:travenntC.. SEJ
fine. Sister Janie S. Mitchell. Lincoln-Douglass Banquet 1'arcel Land No. I (Carrie Colbert, of the N'j of lb.NV'. of.the MS"* line.ofthe NW'i rf SBUOf theZW1lL and Wfe of WVJi"! SEU! inS

t ----- I I Worthy Matron of Dell Chapter The annual 'L n oln.DouglaSs'Banquet'and .a VfdoW. et at)) of .ctl 17. Township 4t1 ) I .McUen 17 Mid point VE 4t XWU ,of: E i of Section

168 of Eastern is .\ strip of land fifty feet In ( East. ,.,v 'In&' :tnt aorthriiyand along itt, Township 5 50atB. HaUl 21
Star improvingafter
lands owned U. It. Ked
Peing by fcafd
Vill behelden line from the' 8tbwnt cornerthereof
program width extending 15 feet northwesterly East. Bradford : Florida
LOCAL MANAGER FOR several days under an oxygen Valentines night Feb. 14. In and 35 f southeasterly from ding and Francee-Cie'a. .ltedng. ; and" nl'nluI :mence North <[more particularly Co1tT. as follows -
his wife. Box 11$ I
tent! Sister Christine Diggs ttie rol1owln described surrey line 'LwteTr.lJvrtC4 4 .degrees ** minute Elt a .lia. ,."It:, .
and Mef.tlfied
I the cafetorium of School. and 'tare'rin-tb. SW'i of the NEU a I, ;0 tance of is; to a k Begiaalng at a point In the couth
assistant to M. A. M. of Heroinesof President Julius Royal of Post ',f Section 23. Township 6 PoHith. BRAD 1C2. North 25- degrees 2*> minute-East !.lIne of..the \V4 of NW'. x>f the
Jeqcho Ruth Court No. 18 Is P.ane 29 t at. 'bn.dford Comity ( I:1 Blo.kel a.. d is tamo of J"* feet to its I ItKU ot said Settl"a' 25, said point
I 214 is asking aU loyal post members et MX.) of
point-pt. exit in the north ]
Jim Walter Florida more partlC'Ularly'.dembf'd I i bring ill feet more or les westerly
doing fair at Bradford County A strip of land fifty feet In'wldtH
Corp."World's to'sell their'quota "of t kets. &' folluwa to-wit: extending 13 feetnortherly and li the XIV U of SEU! o the XW 4 ofSectIon and along said IVnw from tbe

I Hospital. Sister Grace Long; Pies. L. M. Royal of Auxiliary negttjnmjr a point in the west feet southerly frm the folowll I t" .17, Township SoutbI'.anteEast. .,. I I' southeast corner tnrof.; and rnnnimr -
member ''of' the Carnation Club i line of tR* SWU of the SE'i ofaid described survey line and traversing i 2J t1J-iinrth >9 degrees tt
?14 as making the same request Section :*...Satd point..( mfeet all of Section 3, Township a $.uth. Being lands owned b, 11 dtl1 minutes East a distance of 700 feat
and American Legion Auxiliary tri Ren emo r' y'ou 1e' W'utb"rtyana "along Range !; Ea t of th" dfirds and "DW. I of exit in the east line
of her h1bers', more or : : the12 t to its point
__ ___ .._ __ __. .,
has ,t1 : a ,.n. n-ner N\\"' of Section 2. Haight Street. San. ''lo. California NW'4 of the
Home improved considerably. EvelynMitchell of the
Largest Builders"Will I rare not serving ln'th"e"ofgahlza- .Ti '' ... .. .. v..u t Townh1 < List of the,12
and identified as
thereof: 'antl !running them-e NVrth South. Cans. 22 : P"rf.rd SEt of Section 2'. Township iSoulfl
is also in
hospital. tion for individualst'but -Foi''do\i'! 49 d..grf1 :i minute "East a 'dis (onnty. Florida more particularly NoItitA'1'-"'. Range 21 East reenteringthe

Relatives and friends are asked Couritry" C'McNeil 're tan( '.f 6A' feet to Its p"tnt of a" follo"ato. wit: ,I JarI No 2 (Cecil Crawford) ".uicCt property at a point in
and ri of th> SW i }Beginning 'a point In the! of land fifty feet'In wit: NEU of the
to visit these patients at the: regular hit h the ttb .the 'l th line of the
BE IN STARKE pOrter. of the NK14 of S tn::. Township north In. ,f the NVU V the N\V'4 exendlng 15 feet northerly tw t.SEU of Section :6. saidpc4nt
'hdurs and also donate a toD of :. SaM pol'tt beIng feet southerly from tae l lest
CHURCH NEWS >:out 7>. Ranife 20. F.lt 1: fol1f : keifrg 275 feet more or
pint -of blood while there. 4 Cattle Col- -f feet easterly and -aloft? said df'I.th survey line and 'along said line from
you are 'M1lan'dl ar easterly
Allen Chapel.M.E.. Church "td'bT Pelleglade.Florida < line fr m. tie 10rIWet ..orqer i3,24 aid; 25 JWDptftjwjlSubdivision thereof: and
"a corner
EACH THURSDAY |, bettn-a th ruthw at
According to Supt. Edmondson 'Allen Chapel 1A.Si,.t:.,Church.Rev. :.YloWJ' -44.,rt 'Boz "464. thereof 4S degrees.: and minutes We-t a South dis-t I IiI I lots being theS,4 I rnnnin? thence North 50 degree
been :1 of the WI. of the NW and : of 2.297 .-
many pints of blood have 'BellegladFlofWa land all East distance
; a
Srill 'e 0$ minutes
L. A. 'Sampson 'pastor I tance of 53' E't ii) a point: then
NW'i of $\V'i nf X\P. and NE'i in the
of exit
At used that must be replaced. Have Mner'' 1ddr 'e 'lknow.w" South 13 rnlnutes 'VV>,t feet -to pie saint
t degreen.
hold regular 'c mmuhl n service? claim any tixbt title and inter- I 4-f \. of "1. 'of FeU 19; east line of tie SE'T of tbe NEU
nf )
a test end donate some blood a distance of 2227 feet to Its p'ofnt Township 5 So East,i South
on Sunday starting with SundAy heirst'Nathaniel Colbert.TaeitIfkdafli of *. SW i eth P.n |of pertibn 1*. Townsbip 9
; in the west ,linw th Bradford .Florida, shore
i Soatn, Range
STARKE HARDWARE CO. ) School at 10 'm. Supt' Irene Section 3 Townstup particularly 'a follows to- R.
** I a. NO.IJJ BRAD-i*. Range 22 East. d"lrlbP ; 'Betng Nw"'l.JfJi4: by James
Thomas charge. Love Feast PARCEL NO. 2 (Herbert S. Xorman.t B"ing la\1'"owiied by Nelson it.Rlncker. wit: 1.Waiawrlgbt. P, O. .pox 34$. J95
: I Termite Control '. TJJ) hi I, Beginning at a point In the wet North lark, In "Stirke. Florida.
and H. j
12:3'OP.M. TO 6:00: P.M. : 11 a. m. Cooimunlon'at/6'p.' m.All 'strip of land fifty feet in width wife p 0: Pro Clara 1"7* Pt.k.r.( !.nTit! line of the SW}, of .-SW ot the and Id-ntifie4 a* Lta Lift Xo. %-
members are asked to see northwesterly* and '' r1s of said "Section 19. saidpointbeing
tendiar IS feet and identified as I' BRAD-7S.
Beach. Florida
-. t DEPENDABLE from' the1 following lne / 499 feet northerly and aloe I
their respective leaders and make T5. feet nontheastery- list No. 2S BUAf 14. I' I
) described survey 'tme and said line from the southwest corner TOt AND. EACH OP YOU ARE
ll'I f Oommerdta your financial contributions. Junior Lots and 12 of Wond- .EACH OK % AI'.K,, thereof: and running thence North i HEREBY COi1ictNbD to be and
For 'C HonaehoM traversinc TO'XO Ol. '
Appointments 1 and1'I'it degrees 95 minutes a Uls- before- the said Cir-
Choir every Monday Juhior law ubdi"i"ion $ald lots beine Cf3nr.\J h t e P.t (appear In 'and .
Pest Control the "SH of the NE% of NW1 of appear in the Miri ,drcuit -|II: taiHef 4C4 (eet to a. pointj tkcncA Icttit Court oath ltth !
JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1 141 Collector I : Church meeting each Tuesday 1;. T wn hip 5 owth. pannE8t Court 'on the lthd'.,.of 'F.b]I North 44 dgrenv .. minuien East. A D_ l>5>. to show what initerest -
5 p. m. May Lots'1.fOri1s', presi Itt0 Pradford County. rary. .\,0. 155. t. a distance of I.6t feet toils point of you have in saId property
Orove Bpnjtef 'asrfol- tere"t TOt have in said property :: exit In east line'f tfteNEU .f SW14 and' t* hl111' 't'ab1' it shouldnot
STARKE WO 45311"If I dent. President E. J. Givens of mol.tos..tor' wltrReginnlngat df'ribd and to how eau, why it should I i of the NW of Section 15, Township be taken for the oe and purpose -

Call FR 6-2661 the Lake City District '\\1shes"to a point In the$south not be taken fer the t..1 and par-I i South lunge 22 EasUBeiag Set forth In aid Petition. or
pose *et forth titif a. or lands owned by Cecil Crawford ,
thank aU \tho 'made the line of the S i of the EI. of the 1 I else he barred.
It's A QualityHome t ersons- TSectfort' SaM }'*ls* :l>* karred. f Route No. I, Box. i. Lawtey, WITNESS my band and the seal
of mid
: :Florida Pest Control musical extravaganza a tremehdcus :"V1. ?* 1. less, I WITK my hand and the seal Florida and identified Line Lilt cf said Court bit 12tl dft of January.
It's Home" f 'several p bi.I', > feet from [' ( tutu 1:"12"orJan.:'.-". 3RRADSl.larcel A. t). !';*. "
A Jim 'Walter 'success In spite l> i line narr. ,\. l'5S.tCOfRT i .
& Chemical Co.24N.W.16U1AY other programs.-E. Given. "re-' the'aorrtllweit'corHei1 thereof:' ani| FtTAL) No. 3 .J. S. Sapp, Jr.) (COURT SEAL) .
running thence North13 d"M8 (CHARLES ,(. PAKBT.Cl .\ strip of Und. fifty feet in width I CTrarJex A. Dartfy
OTHER OFFICES: porter.Eb'niMfT. 2*> minute Ka.t a di.lnN : Tk 4>f. t Cirunt I'0rt eTtns U ft northwesterly and I' ('. ; of the Cir. nit Court of
OCALA I *. > feet. tO 'point liI"grcjStiriUdtts f CJtmfjr.Bv t Ti Sfff from the fal J. frlfrd (:Oll"". FlwrUa
Baptist'ChurchEbeftezef'Bapttst : rM" "ufh..t.rJ'
; thPI" :
(;.UNESCIE1.( : .\TK.\ S't,," 't1M2fle'of ( l.JU4 n U line and By (S) Ma ran L. Crosby
I o tialMWTlU-Fla$ a (; 'Church 'BcE.E. : lrm""y J.winl c.rito.1 !lr.v :
of 4m ; IlVutJ"ClertI
17) fret to its point ut-i 'trB -11 'r I
-.1 D. Robinson pastor will bold the nertb line of the SH te 1.Ii i Z4 lawn Subdivision, said Iota being the 1-li 41 Z.sI




Mrs. J. R. Devore and family. | Although they lost by a small Jacksonville. I I what be held on Monday night rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYY

Miss Ella Mae McCall and Ellen ;: margin it was a very good game. Mrs. Ivory .Thom "On is a patient Feb. 2, at 8 o'clock p. m. Come on

Cutlaw cf Jacksonville spent the I) Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Prevattof in Riverside Hosptal in out and show some interest in PINE LEVELMrs. SAYE 4 T

1 weekend with R. L. McCall. I Arlington. Va. are visiting his Jacksonville. We pray she will the community. We need your

Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. mother Mrs. Leonard Prevatt and soon he able to return home. I help and support.Mr. .
87 Itn. Joyce T. Fetch i iA& Joyce Flitch were in Lake City family.Mr. Cecil Dobbs and children and and Mrs. H. L. Altman. H. )L McIUeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

I their and Mrs. Edward Lee Mas- Walter Wilkison Christmas children -
to Sunday Mrs. D. and
&&&&& &A&&&&&&&&&w. Sunday afternoon see spent J. r -
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. sey and children were Tuesday with M:. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. and Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mr; and Mrs. Obed Pauley and :i W. Terry. While there they visited supper |uests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill They reported that Mrs. Walter Pringle, of Jacksonville, and B.t We had a large attendance at
family spent Sunday and Monday i Jesse mith at Veterans Hos-' Dixon and family in Palatka. Wilkison is recuperating nicely at Junior Wilkinson and daughter. church and Sunday School last

with Afi. Pauley's brother-in-law I pital. I Mrs. Bryant Reddish has entered the home of her daughter Mrs. Shirley were guests Saturday of Sunday. Rev. Hall conducted both

and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy The Joe Shuford family of St. Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville Cecil Dcbbs. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bell and fam- morning and evening services.
Baisden of Largo. I I I' Augustine were weekend guests I to have tests made to deter- Azure Johns and Marvin Thompson There were many visitors at the

Terrell Smith of Jacksonville, 'of,' Mrs. John Shuford and Dave. mine th3: cause of her continued of Jacksonville visited Mr. ily.We are sorry to know that R. morning services.
visited :Mr. and Mrs. Melton Pri- I Mrs. Carl Wooten and her I illness. and Mrs. Dan Starling Saturday.We \'.Durrarice wrecked his car last The McRae families were made

veit and family on Sunday. j neighbor, Mrs. Dubose of Kingsley I II Mrs. Charles Shuford returned learned this week that Mr. week in Jacksonville when a truck happy last Friday when Owen
Ever.tt Burney of Jacksonville .Lake attended services at the Saturday from an extended visit and Mrs. Donald Bennett and sudden'y? stopped in front of him I I called hb parents the H. M. Mc- Quantity

visited his mother, Mrs. Georgia { Methodist Church Sunday morn- with relatives in Virginia and sons have bought the former John near the Beaver Street Viaduct, Raes from New York saying he RightsReserved

Ann S pp, Saturday. North Carolina. Wyrick place west of Lawtey. but glad he wasn't injured. would be home soon. He arrived f 0 0DSSORe5

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard hadas ing.Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Harley Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and Deepest sympathy of the community Robert Waters of Valdosta, Ga.ded home in Jacksonville Sunday. PRICES
Sunday dinner guests their visited Mis. A. J. Starling at the Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton attended Is extended to the familycf at his home last week and With his wife and their four sons. GOODThru 4
i and Mikey,
son, Jason, and family of Jack home of Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Hig- the Credit Union Dinner the Leonard Prevatt. funeral services were held there Harley Gary. Ricky Jan. 31 st.
ginbothani in Baldwin Sunday. I in Starke on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce and Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. he visited his parents. Monday

sonville. Home Demonstration Club I Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. L. H. family visited their soninlawand James Waters attended the ser end found all his brothers and -
Mr. :nd Mrs. O. J. Philips were The him.J. PAKI
held its monthly business meeting Hill visited Mrs. Ruth Barthlowand daughters Mr. and Mrs. ,vices. He was the uncle of James sisters i there to greet VAC
Callahan on Sunday to see heard from I'
at the home of Mrs. P. L. Mrs. Effie Mae Green in Robert Carlton and Mr. and Mrs. and also of Mrs. Dorothy Waters' W. McRae has Coffee
their grandson, Byron who was McRae of Ellis 1
I his son, Lt. Arley
Middleourg, Sunday afternoon. Emery Duncan and family in family of Maxville.
Dinkins, Those present
hot :
bcrned'hen he tipped .over a We all
j Air Base in Nevada. are
cup of coffee. were Mrs. A. H. Harley, Mrs. R. Miss Barbara Starling was givena Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and injured Astor

Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Starlingof I E. Lee, Mrs. St. Clair Griffis, Mrs. birthday party by her parents, and Mrs. Leroy Padgett of son Ben and daughter Shirley glad that he was only crash slightly of last- OR

Maccienny visited Mr. and Henry Wainwright Miss Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling Jr., Middleburg spent Sunday with visited in Lake City Sunday with in the plane that he HouseS

Mrs. Joe Starling and daughter on Ross of Starke and Mrs. Horace Saturday evening. About 75 young. Mr.__and Mrs. Everett Futch. Mr. Higginbotham. who is a patient week. He reported fine.E. was MoxweU
Sunday.Mr. I Cox of Santa Fe Lake. people enjoyed the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore visited : in Vetrean's Hospital there. getting along of

and Mrs. R. L. Smith and Mrs. G W. Roberts, Mrs. Effie.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and There will be no-P. T. A. meeting R. Batten and family dinner 9 ?
Bennett and Miner, and Miss Enza Blanchard, son and Mr. and Mrs. D. H. son in Gainesville Sunday. at the Maxville school until Theresa were evening '.LB. lAG
family, Mrs. Paul Wed $5.00Of
Jones and daughter visited Mrs. Miss Diann Bennett of the State March 11. guests of the A. J. Fenders with
Mrs. George Kersey visited Jesse attended a U. D. C. Tea at the I limit yoe order.
Smith at Veterans Hospital in Episcopal Recreation Center in Ann Dinkins in a St. Augustine Farm hcd Sunday dinner with Mrs. W. J. Bell and son Jim- nesday of last week. more food
Fenders Sunday
hospital Monday.Mr. Miss Mary Frances Norman. visited with Mrs. Visiting the
Lake City during the weekend.Mr. Starke on Thursday afternoon.The mie Sunday Ru-
and Mrs. David Sargent school basket ball team and Mrs. Jack Johns of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier and :Bell's sifters Mrs. J. S. Saundersand afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. of

and family of Keystone Heightswere played Baldwin in the Starke Jacksonville were weekend guests family were in Gainesville on family in Penney Farms, and dolph Sapp and son, Lynn

Sunday guests of Mr. and gymnasium on Friday afternoon. i of Mr. and Mrs. Griffis Hodges. Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strickland and family North Side.
Jack Mathews.Mr. Mrs. A, F. Hall and daughter, "
Mrs. C E. Strickland of Gainesville Mrs. in Green Cove Springs.Mrs.
-- -- was the Thursday over- and Mrs. Kenneth Hines of Grace Herrick and Mrs. Delores and Mrs. Edward Browning DETERGENTWHITE .
night guest of her sister, Miss Jacksonville spent Sunday and Bailah Bell of Jacksonville visited and two little sons of Jack- Blue/ .r Whit .

I I I Elizabeth Terry.Correcticm Monday with the Marvin Rosters. Monday with Mrs. Oscar Wilkin- sonville visited the H. M. McRaes,

A Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and son and Mrs. Dewey McPherson. Sunday.

What Is The Largest Gene Griffis, Is not on furloughbut family veiled Mrs. Maud Perez Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oliver of Miss Dianne Hall of Jackson-and ARROW
ville Sunday night
has been discharged after two in Lockloosa! on Sunday. Jacksonville visited Sunday with spent 1
and Mrs. Lee and and Monday with Miss Crosby.
years in the Army most of whichwas Mr. Taylor Mrs. Oliver's parents, Mr. -
daughter spent Wednesday and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, Sr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and daughter
in He
spent Germany. plansto
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. No- Gerry and son James visited
sometime here with
Group"In spent
, mother, Mrs. Fonzo Griffis.L. ah Tailor. are very glad to see Mrs. Mrs. Fender's parents Mr. 4
The Mann Griffis family had as Dan. Groves back on the job at Mrs. R. L. Batten of Theressa. PKG 9 1. /
C. Casque spent the weekend
the first of the week guests Mr. Griffis Bros after a recent illness. Mondav.
with his brother and sisterinlaw -
and Mrs. Marcus Griffis and Lester Mrs. Dan Groves and sister.
Florida? Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gasque new and doing fine. i
: and Clarence Griffis of Lake Miss Ginger Cannon were busi- Ida
L) Jacksonville. Mrs. Nettie Moody, Miss
Wales. ness visitors in Jacksonville last 4RTENING
Merritt and Mrs. Edna Lavenderwere
Mrs. Mary Reddish returned
The Commodore Crews had as Tuesday.
home Sunday after spending last guests tnis weekend Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Griffis and to go fishing Monday. We
WJio .
37,807 Farm Families Regularly Save week with her son-in-law and will find about their catch later.It
Sherman Bell of Jacksonville, Mr.I family of Maccienny visited Sun-
Stamps Are The Biggest daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. ald Mrs. H. C. Crews and family 1 day with Mr. and Mrs. Joe seems that Bealend Johns
Trading Baldwin of Starke. has the jump cn everyone in this SNOAST
cf Clearwater, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thompson and son. Joseph.
community by having his garden
Farm Group" in Florida.America's Sunday guests of Mrs. Lu Nor- Crews and family of Starke and Mrs. Edna Manning and Mr. planted.
nan're Mrs. Susie Norman, of the Elma Crews family formerlyof and Mrs. Pat Griffis and familyof

Dinsmore. Mr. and Mrs. Lester England. Mr. and Mrs. Elma Glen St. Mary visited Sunday
farm families are 'There is still another sideraditioml1ythrifty.Thesame -
Sponholtz and family. Mr. and I Bunt 1 Crews left Monday for with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves NOTICE \
directincomeforfarmers. Mrs. S. C. Mosley. and Mr. and daughter I am not responsible for any debt. I
$ Ft. Moody In Valdosta where they I and and T. L. Manning.We made by anyone other than myself. 59\
pattern of thrift is found la ing 1957 the industry purchased I Mrs. Carl Mosley and family of I will be stationed.Lee regret that little Don Floyd Mr divorce wa" granted: Jan. 14.. lB CAN
Green MISS Geneva Green Clark infant son of Mr. and Mrs. 1939.! :
Florida. It is only natural, 5973,000( ) worth of NOTICE Tommy Ftp Edward ,
I \\ll.l. NOT" BK RK! PO>SIBLK! Mrs. James E. Bunnell and Tommy Clark, is very sick with : 1-15-1-29 3 l
therefore,that the response of primary materials that go into FUR .%>V OKHTk 'I.unX,-- dughtor visited Mrs. Sally Regis- a bad raid.( :;:
Florida farm families to one the manufacture of merchandise Wall. 3rd. 18 4U-28 ter in Jacksonville on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and
Mrs. Crews and family of Jacksonville and Mr.
Mr. and C. C.
of the oldest forms of thrift for stamp redemption.
Miss Vera Crews attended funeral and Mrs. Millard Strickland. and BY W LLS CteCTRICSCRVICfA
-the trading stamp-is so( No one can contemplate GAY'SHome services for Gordon Griffis of i family enjoyed Sunday dinner a

noticeable. these facts and fail to realize Raiford on Wednesday.MAXVILLE. with Mrs. Fannie Griffis. In the

.Today, about 37,807 farm that both personally and economically AppliancesYour afternoon they all joined by Le- [ f -- -
.Y..TTTTYTY YTTTYTY roy Griffis. drove to Green Cove ,
families save them You might the trading stamp Friendly I Springs for a visit with Woodrow SUNNY LAND

also say that these savers constitute industry is a meaningful and I Harris.

the largest single farm welcome force in the life of Norge DealerS We are glad to learn that Willie HAMS r
Godwin is out of the hospitaland
group in the state. our state NQRGE APPLIANCES By :Mrs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA able to be back at work with \

|. During 1957 alone, thousands u IJ the St. Mary's Kraft Corporation. I HALF
S MAYTAG WASHERS Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis and
of dollars worth of trading -* Misses Frances-and Janice Bell WHOLE '
family of Glen St. Mary were
stamp merchandise went COL tAN HEATERS and spent last Friday night and Sat- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey 49"
FLOOR FURNACESWe urday m Starke'with Miss Patri- LB .
.into farm households in the Th5 message is pnWshrf IS pbbGc cia Silcox. McPherson and son last Friday.

state and every 2 seconds afarm information THE Sraunr Service All Makes Mrs. Ltaler Harris was a visitor S--
by We are sorry to learn that little lest: Sunday over at Fort White. I t

family is redeeming trading HUTOONSOH Company. originator Of Appliances Gary and Johnnie Higginbotham, We wish to extend our sincere I \

t stamps& ? 63 jean ago of&H Cicen Stamp.. PHONE WO '4-7511 sons of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hig- sympathy to Mrs. Jennie Jones Y
'- ." 'u.. ... ,.. Starke, Florida ginbotham. are still pretty sick. over the death of her brother fortune you I ..

Johnnie now has a light case of Richard Griffis in Starke last Won't have to pry RpZENRTON
pneumonia, we understand.Bud F
week. !If YOIII..Willit MO I aI
-- -- -- Waters of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis were W.ft tode
spent Saturday with his mother, business visitors in Jacksonville 1 PIES

1"" Come tee for yourself: : : tere' o car you'll \ Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family. Monday. For the biggest value of the year" I MEAT tI
The 4th and 5th grades attendee Mrs. Millard Strickland and i
: you can't beat our repair" service.
the concert of the Jacksonville Mrs. Fannie Griffis visited in 1
L ;' Love Honor : Symphony orchestra in Jackson- Starke Monday with Mr. Rosen- A complete electrical contractingand I .

}.. ville Tuesday. repair" service as near' as ;your I' SEEf 5\00
!x. ... berg.Mr.
s'. r Little Danny Waters of Lawtey and Mrs. Pat Griffis and telephone. fall now. or 5
,. spent the weekend with his family of Glen St. Mary visited CzuRKEY
: grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bu- with Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis and ELECTRIC
'. d ford Higginbotham. Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and daughter SERVICE I : -

Mrs. Mary Wellhausei! and Mr. Sunday. .
t .... and Mrs. Oscar Harris and Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Mathis of 124 HR.COMMERCIAL 4 HOUSEHOLD c
daughter. Clara Mae visited in Jacksonville were dinner guests FIXTURES and SUPPLIES

Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Sunday cf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phone WO 4-4921 We Give ,&4r'2G reen Sta.s

with D. G. Mann and Clifton Griffis and family.Mr. 213 E CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. I

JtAJkM Caldwell who are patients in the and Mrs. Buddy Bradsgawof

1 Pr.THE St. Vincent's Hospital. Jacksonville were Sunday din- -
t Clifton Caldwell seems to be ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
E !
1Pr r getting along nicely now after P&rrish.TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY..
undergoing surgery last Monday
iJrt1 ir St. Vincent's Hospital. ,

Mr. and Mrs Leslie Sweat and LONG BRIDGE

family had as their guests Sun- .
day Miss Gloria Higginbotham AND NEW RIVER I. ,

and Tommy Baker of Jacksonville
and Mrs. Junior Goolsby and baby Mrs R. F. Merrill .
h son of Baldwin.J. I J fli
C. Nolan and son, Joey of ti
Jacksonville visited Sunday even Bridge Church members

,... ing with Mr. Nolan's mother, Mrs.i enjoyed a wonderful sermon by !

Hattie Nolan, and Mr. and Mrs.: Fred Dodd Sunday. The attend-

,a o D. J. Parrish and family. ance in Sunday School was up a
ha1.' e.--. Mrs. Hattie Nolan. Mrs. Dan little but not what it should be.
Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. There were 25 in Sunday School

Parrish and children visited in and about 32 at church in the .
j j'WHY
Middleburg Sunday afternoon morning and good attendance in

NEW with Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pad- the evening. S
The Yarbrough family- had a

gett.Mrs.. Hattie Nolan Miss Patty reunion at the home of Mrs. Ida

GATAXE.r1 [ Parrish and Bob Wetzel of the Moody, Sunday, with quite a

Cecil Field NAS attended Church crowd attending.We MARCH AROUND TOWN TO PAY BILLS?
services at Long Branch Baptist are sorry to see the Morris

Church Sunday morning. Brannon family leave our com

tf9. .ii and most exd** car. "$ varied'k, Little Miss Cathy Palka becameill munity. They have moved to Lake ,
and had to be taken to the Butler. .r f
jh bob is luxury to the elegant Thunderbird.I .
{ : OK AIrl NAS hospital in Jacksonville last We also understand that Jay Open a cHecking account witfi us ana pay all your
I hid ft fct Mod Borfiul Wedding of the Year ,
.t alt- Thursday night. We are'glad'to Moody has sold his place.
dir '
|f t|b e Thunderbird ever grew into a six-aeater, tiarraolrr hear that she is improved now. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp had as bills with checks, by mail. That way, you'll avoid

tibia would be i*! k's "Thuoo(rbird" in every way tit yeoT...! Mrs. Earl Mosley and daughter. dinner guests Sunday, Fred Doddof

fcot price. k has the classic Thunderbird roof. Giaxie Vicky, and Mrs. Hattie Nolan Keystone Heights.Mr. many extra steps at bill-paying Mme; -.and you'llkeep

Tbonderbird comfort with plash carpeting and were visitors in Jacksonville last' and Mrs. Car Wynn of
in line!
"..go.CO" attended Long Bridge your spending
fun front-seat padding...Thunderbird Bl FORD Tuesday. Starke ..
loo.Yo never had it so Thunderbird for so little. Miss Patty Parrish accompan Church,Sunday and were dinner
led Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons to guests of her sister, Mrs. Fronnie "


some of the team to play basket- Harold and Janice Shiver, ae

ball. It was a very good game companied. by Mrs. Nan Merritt One of 28 Banks In the at Stark I
MOTORS with Baldwin winning by two and Miss Ida Merritt. made a Florida National
points, 20 to 18 over Lawtey Junior short trip to Perry Sunday after Group

PHONE WO 4-3381 STARKE FLA High in the Starke gymnasium noon.. i i I
ST. : ,
206 MADISON Loretta
Ralph and Merritt were. I I
-%'Enter-Sylvania Photoflash Contest See Your Ford Dealer For Full Details. -. Don't forget the regular meet- Sunday visitors of James and trios. Iruui sign,.smu a COV IARMPAGE
Ing of the Maxvllle Civic Club Eoise Starling. Eloise is at home



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