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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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city plan was presented to I I from the city limits to the city ..-c;; -_ .. -. _,:_ .". ,. '":' 'forces with Baker in asking the downtown Starke south to the
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meeting power plant was granted with the ",'=- :9'V :: ;:"- -';; jO<-_,>.'-, '_ "--, ,. '". State Road Depaitment to complete Alachua County line will head the
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here Tuesday night by J. Brooks stipulation that the line be used ... ,-,- "r ":J'f- of "''Ib -- ""-':"--1\.=.; .-_..\". .- ..--'- : list of primary road requests when
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Haas of the Jacksonville firm, ;$ ;(.. .. its missing link" on State
only for gas to the power plant.A .. -' __1" l( : Bradford County Commissioners;
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Haas & Hutchinson, city planning resolution was adopted by -&off '7'E'- '" -'. '::0., Road 228. which would provide a meet with State Road Department

engineers. Councilman Randal setting March :3 as the heanng "" ';;..- -, -:-' short cut from Mace'lenny to ..Maxvine officials in Gainesville Marcn :3.
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Chitty was appointed chairman ota date on closing three streets in -:;'.--.-'. ,". =""" _- -.,,':.,-.1'' .; --. -', .,...,,-,-. ,. and make a connecting link The action placing 301 south In

committee to review the plan Knight's Subdivision. It is proposed ;r: ,. -- .:\ :.- -:;-- '.-i"'i.;:' between U. S. 90 and 301. the No. 1 spot on Bradford Coun

::1J make additions or deletions and to close the streets for one ", "i' Jt! ,.' V : ., Biadtoid County Commissioners ty's want list of primary projectswas
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ready it for presentation to the block each between Oak St. and ;"r.' ::'-' -.: ,". .. oS-- -. f4. .!-_ -:.: ;---."". ." l': -. at their Monday meeting a- taken at Mondays meeting of
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Conner Named By Local JayceesAs Florida Development Commission the SAL railroad. IP ;*K :M *>iAir. opted a resolution asking the the Commission.The .
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:,' before July 1. If the commission Also under cocsideration at the ;. V V ) i : : t V; 't Road Department to set aside prime project, already un-

j finds the plan acceptable it will Meeting was the proposal of D. K. :- V t primary funds this year to ( den consideration by the Road DeIartment -

Outstanding Young Farmer put up matching funds to pay half Marable of General Electric for V 1 V V ': : J"". ,,,, plete the route. most of wluch'om-I I Is slated to be re-routed
the cost of the master for ; ; _
guide installation of radios in city V .. in Duval County.Six for a short distance starting at
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Doyle E. Conner pictured above to be between 21 and 35 years of future growth of Starke. equipment. He agreed to design IV to .' : J w/fI miles of the road was constructed tne courthouse corner of Temple

with his recently acquired l'urt'-I age. Judging was on the basis ofdegree Included in the comprehensive the system which may be incor- V. .. ;.: 4V.frV<: ,:: in BaKer County during I .A n.. in order to eliminate two
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bred Black Angus 'bull. was named of progress in agriculture, I plan is a detailed land use study, porated with Civil Defense and ,'-' fr ... ,. Sen. Chailey E. Johns' term as right-angle turns in the business

"outstanding young farmer or I[ conservation practices used, and zoning study financial structure paid for on a 50-50 basis by Federal h- ? i'Z: ... Acting Governor in 1953-4: : but district. On motion of COmmisSIoner -

Bradford County" in a contest'i contribution to civic. governmental study: base maps and other guidesto Civil Defense funds. Bradford the remaining three miles of the H. A. Bishop Jr.. the Hoard,

sponsored Iby the local Jaycet's'j and religious activities. orderly growth. The comprehensive County C. D. Director Bill : irVV :=ute. two of which lie in Duval j ledged its support to the SRD In

The contest was part of. The 5-year-old Angus bull, pur- I plan is provided for in the Haas will investigate approval by County failed to gain approval ot selecting whatever route its engineers -

and national contest to name tire chased "by Conner in January is I City's "Workable Program" submitted that organization and, if obtained, : it ;he Collins administration I deemed best.

outstanding young farmer in the cut of the Townsend herd in Su- several months ago for approval bids will be called for.
I Baker County officials havetried ; The proposed project would start
U. S. vannee County. It will serve as to a Federal agency as a Approval was given to the re- V
unsuccessfully for five yearsto m Temple Ave. and Call St. Intersection -
Others nominated locally for the sire for Conner's herd of 30 purebred j prerequisite for obtaining low cost zoning of an area south of the _
have the project completed. A : and extend south for
honor were Harold Norman Angus. I lental housing units for Starke. Peggy railroad tracks and west ot
request last year to Duval County about tight miles to the Alachua
alee Starling Leaton .Mark-I The local Jaycees will be host at l Chitty said that his committee U. S. 301 for light industry. No
that both counties use secondaryroad County line. The route would
Tommy Hamilton, N. G. Hayes Jr.. I a banquet later for all entries in 1: will meet with Mr. Haas at an objectors appeared at the heanngand
funds to complete tHe workas remain about the same as
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and Eldridge Hayes. In order to j! the outstanding young farmer con- early date and hopes to submit the change was approved by
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be eligible, the young farmer had test in Bradford County. the comprehensive plan to the Development the Board of Adjustments. The .
I tu\'al Commissioners.The short distance to eliminatethe
Commission by Marchin change excluded a subdivision
Staike-Bradiord County right angle Turns in Starke'sbusiness
order to allow time for approval known as Great Oaks.

To Meet l by July 1, when the new allocation Also approved was the plat of Chamber of Commerce., throughits district.
Cagers Committee, re- is it
of matching funds will be a new subdivision located on the Road recently If the project approved
available.At '.-ived interest in the project locally I would complete four-lanmg of the
Raiford road just north of the
: its Tuesday meeting the Bradford High School. on land Ground Hog Remembers and have contacted District I i heavily traveled route through
Bishop Kenny 'I Road Board member Karl Powers' Bradford County. Construction is
Council also approved a contract owned by Fate Brown a.nd Mrs.
of Gainesville. and Sen. Tom I I' already under way on adding a
with the Municipal Code Corp. ot Earl Edwards.It That
Tallahassee for recoding city or- was decided to provide extra J958 Snow ManThe Aadms of Orangr Park in its De- seconfl lane tp 301 from Starke

Here Friday r dinances. The contract pnce is police for the District High School half. It is considered of prime i;, north to the Clay County line.

I 152.100 for the editorial service, Band Meet RT Be held here m wily Ground liar smiled as he emerged from his; hole importance to Starke and Braa-1: ;I Four-lamng oOl was also given

| which will put the city ordinances March (but Council denied a request here Monday, probably remembering the trick hp played! on ford County since it would be an I. top priority'by the Alachua Coun-
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Tills Friday night at the-BHS, in loose leaf form. Printing fees for free lights for the oc Bradford Countiaas last year when two Inches of MWW blanketedthe additional feeder road into U. S. 'ty Commissioners at their last

gym fans .will have -chance to I, will be at the rate of $7 per page casion. It was pointed out thatit countrywide on the morning of Feb. 13. Pictured above is 301. I I I meeting when they requested SHU

ittc1i the No. 2 and No. 3 scorers for 100 copies. It is estimated is illegal for the city to pro- action on a stretch from the Ala-
In the Jacksonville area when the that the code will run less than vide any power free of charge. an imaginary, Menetith the Ground Hog's !shadow hiding behind rhua County line to the soutn

varsity and the B squad play 300 pages, since It will be condensed Bandmaster Elden Mathews said on.of the miniature !linomt'n erected here hi 1958. Contractor Gets$130OOOFor I limits of Waldo.

Bishop Kenny teams from Jack- in some fields (such as that some 35 or 40 bands will take Cloudy wf'3thf'rIonday: prevented the Ground Hog from Also on the primary road list

sonville. Game time for the B plumbing) by referring to a standard part in the activity here.A seeing his shadow and according to tradition that should mean which the Commissioners will ask

squad is j6:30: with the varsity code. letter was reaa from Sen. Tom the worst of winter Iii over. Could be but we doubt it. Tim the SRD to include in this years

game starting i 'at 8. liiiBill The Council refuse'a request! Adams( of Baker-Clay Counties week's summer weather 'makes it hard to believe that it was budget will be plans and cost

Kevin Lynch is averaging 20.2 I of the Seaboard Air Line to allow; requesting the aid of th City in estimates of a pedestrian waiitwayorerpass. -
freezing: nearly every morning the first week hi February 1958.
a points per game and Jimmy Car- its trains a speed limit of 35 miles asking the State Road Departmentto I Ten New Homes : over 301 at Bradford

rfll has a 16.9 average. The highest through: the city rather than the set aside primary funds for the County High School and reworking .

' scorer for Bradford is Jim present limit of 20 mph. The rail- completion of a section of SK rollS New Recreation Cancer Workshop and resurfacing the old lane Of

' Hobbs with a 16.2 average per road made the request through on the short cut from Macclenny 301 from Starke north to the Clay
Ben F. Hall local contractor
game but the local squad has a Wainwright :Mayor W. T. Jackson, stating that to Maxville. This road would Attended By Group County line. The present con

well balanced scoring team with new that crossings are protected serve as an addition feeder into Director Is Due From BradfordA announced yesterday that he had tract on 301 includes only the new

five starters well over 100 points Promoted I with electric signals it was felt U. S. 301. It was partially constructed received a committment for $130.- double Jane Another contract

for the )ear. By :' the increased speed would not be several years ago. but To, Start Feb. 16 I cancer workshop sponsored 000 from the Veterans Administration must be let on widening and rebuilding

Kenny: has a 9-5 season's record 'I hazardous.The left unfinished by the Collins ad- I bv the Florida Chapter of the for the construction of the existing lane.
Atlanta FederalBill
request of Houston Gas. ministration. i American Cancer Society was Resurfacing three other primary
and Bradford is 9-4 up to Robert E. Benner. recently employed homes 'Bradford County under

I I as director for Starke's held in the student union building the direct loan program. roads in the county are also on the

date.Monday night, Fernandina i Wainwright, son of Mr. HermanIs new recreation program. will l be i in Gainesville last Thursda Hall taid that he could build 101 list in the following order: SK 100

Beach will be the invading teams and Mis. T. L. Wainwright ol" Dollar Days Set Woody on the job and ready to start,j, with a large delegation from homes for around $13,500 west to Union County line; SH

t : tbe varsity and B squads tan- Lawtey. was recently promoted work Feb. 16, it was announced j Bradford County participating. 01 11 or 12 homes at a little less 230 from Clay County line -to

gle in return matches. This game from vice president and assistant Drawing Card this week. Emphasis was placed on educatingthe per home. He cannot exceed the Starke; and SR 16 from US 301

was originally scheduled for Tues- secretary to executive vice president For Feb. 13 14 Mr. Benner was in Starke last pul'icith cancer facts. $13,500 top, however. to the county line at the State

night but a recer.t ruling of cf Atlanta Federal Savings For Dimes Ball for Prison.
day weekend looking housing accommodations .R. D. Jenkins of Jacksonville, The contractor said that the'iomes !
< h School Athletic Asso- and Loan Association, Atlanta. j Since the county's secondary
the Hi? for his family. consisting ,state crusade chairman, outlined may be built in Starke or1 I
forbids in the 'Ga. Atlanta Federal ranks 25th Citywide Dollar Days, the first i road funds have been pledged for
ciation a game Advance tickets for the Marchof of wife three year old son. i plans for the April drive. H? elsewhere in the county, and all I
week of p tournament, other than i among the 6,000 savings and loan cooperative sales promotion on and infant daughter. Since the I stressed public education as beingcf some years to come in order to
the has to
veteran provide are I
on a Monday night. associations in the country. Hi:; the Staike Retail Merchants Assn. I Dimes Ball on Feb. 16 at the baby is just a few weeks old, Mrs. j the utmost importance and declared his house plans and lot. If the obtain funds for the purchase of

Tourney Starts Soon | promotion was announced by W.IO. 1959 calendar will be held Fri- Camp Blanding NCO Club are Benner and the children will not ; that if the seven danger lot is not fully paid for, the balance I!j'I 301 right of way the request list

Next Thursday night the Key- ; DuVall, president. following I I day and Saturday Feb. 13-14 by !selling like the proverbial "hot move to Starke until some time |signals of cancer were known to of this expense may be!: for secondary projects is little.

stone Conference tourney starts : the As iaticn's annual meeting! some 15 to 20 local stores. j cakes" according to members of in March. At present they are residing everyone at least one-third of .;worked into the contract Hall j more than a formality. Top priorI

at Feirandina Beach with P K. i Prior to 1930 Mr. DuVall taught I Outstanding values (for $1 will the ticket sales committee.The in Macon, Ga. csncer victims could be cured i! said. I ity, however, on the secondary
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Yonge ieeded No. 1 and BradfordNo. :< elementary school in both Hampton be featured by each participating Mr. Benner has a backgroundin reached in time. i Vst! was given to the Dedan Church

2. Both of these teams drew ': and Lawtey. and in 1925 became store, and bright red window fact that a name band. recreation work and has recently j'| Attending the workshop session Several veterans have already road which leaves SR 18 just west
Woody Herman and his orchestra. indicated interest in for for
applying Graham and forms a loop
first round byes and Bradford a member of the state legislature stickers will be displayed 'to iden- been employed with the were Mrs. P. G. Felos. Miss Louise of
has been engaged to play for the of the and others interested 15
ore homes EIX miles to again connect witn
will piay the winner of the Fer- i, representing Bradford tify the cooperating merchants. probation system in Georgia. Stern, Itrs. David Montgomery.Mrs. .
dance has aroused enthusiasm, I may contact llr. Hall. ir the vicinity of Erooker.
nandina-Santa Fe game next County.Mr. Inman Green chairman of the I Martha Snellen Mrs. Clyde
I those who like to dance,
Friday at 7 p. m. in Fernandina.Monday Wainwright attended, ele- i Retail Merchants grouP. is urg- among Sparks ElectedTo :Terwillegar. John Kopelousos.} i Other secondary road requestsby

night's game will be a nentary: school in Lawtey. and I ing 190 per cent cooperation in I as well as those who just like to Ii i and Ernest Renner. all of Starke: Commission Acts Commissioner districts are:
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close battle as Fernandina will be ;graduated from Bradford High in1 1 this event since it is the first i listen good music. Hospital BoardChairmanship I, Mrs. T. T. Alderman and Mrs Dist. 1-A road leaving U. S.

trying'to avenge an earlier loss 1931. He holds a B. S. degree gioup effort of the year. "The Herman. one of the best know I! Marcionny Hampton; Mrs. VVil- To Slow Down 301 about one mile south of Law-

to the Tornadoes. !> frcm the Univesrity of Florida ;] public! will be watching this names among jazz musicians scn Gren. Mrs. Guy Harrell. and tey and running westerly 3 1-2

On Tuesday night the girls will and an L. L. B. degree from thai: event" he said. "and it is up to I appeared on the Steve Allen television S. E. Sparks was elected chair Mrs. James Temple. Brooker: and Grocery OrdersWith ,miles to Heilbronn. at

pby their scheduled game with Atlanta Law School. : us merchants not to disappointthem. show last Sunday and is i man of the Bradford County Hospital -I I Mrs. Felix Sapp, Heilbronn. Dist 2-A road beginning

Augustine.. This is a conference I lie is Lt. Colonel in the Army the I I tnion Primitive Baptist Church,
.a We must offer some genuine now playing an engagement at Board of Trustees at I I
over 36 cent of the i south and east to ;role
game for.both but. as of now. Reserves and participated in five outstanding values duringthe Birdland in New York City. According regular meeting held Tuesday Ingram Named per running

neither team is in the running for major campaigns in the European :; Dollar Days weekend, and to the contract with the night. Ovid G. Lewis was elected i I $6.500 budgeted for relief alloWIances about 41-4 miles.

the titJf. Game time is 7 p. m. 'Theatre during World War H.He that! is just what we intend to do." local committee he will bring his vice chairman and Mrs. Inez Hugh Ingram" presidnt of the already spent in the first1quarter' ] Dist. 3-A road beginning at
I of the fiscal Ute: of Thomas"Truck
itcys Lose To PKYP. is a winner of the bronze II full 15-piece band for the ..engagement Green remains as secretarytreasurer. -I Lawtey Junior High. has been appointed year :a point just south southeast -
commission voted at Monday's and
K: ycnge of Gainesville I star. He served in the First Army Lions Hear Talk here. | a member of the board ot county Stop running
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meeting to issue no more Lincoln City
Landed the'..varsity boys their under Courtney Hodges the 1 On In Home Tickets are on sale at $2.50 per I Other members of the board directors of the Flonda Educational through the home
Safety grocery orders to people who are miles and beginning at
fourth loss of }he season Tuesday Georgia general. person, or may be brought at the I are C. R. Whifehcad, Lawtey Association. The appointment i by
en county welfare. i Allen and running
night in a close 64-59 game. Bradford -;. Today Mr. Wainwright is currently :And Industry I door. ,and T. L. Hamilton, Brooker. is to fill) ah unexpired term. regular of Ernest Church, north to
A letter from Senator Bethel Baptist
Charley
outscored PKY in the second serving as president of the
I Charles J. McGlave of Keystone I Johns informed the commission SR 230. about three-fourths mile.
League
half but had such a halftime Gecrgia Savings and Loan I '
\ Industrial 'r ... : that he would introduce local Dill < 4-A road leading from
deficit to overcome that the and has been nominated second -;j: Heights spoke on "Safety : rV V a Dist.
and Home" at the Thurs- in the legislature which:! will allow Graham to Sampson CIty. and a
nearest they could get to catch-. vice president of the American V'V % of
day i Jan. 29, meeting of the !! the commission to appropriate road from oM SR 13 Just north
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points and ,
Ing up vas within three Savings r as
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Starke Lions Club. He described I V money to the county Chamber ot Hampton along grade;
several> times in the last quarter i He I is a member of the Atlanta I V SK 100, about
Commerce for and Johns road to
the extensive programs that industry advertising Carl
At .haHtimf"- PKY had a 37-24 ad- Bar and Georgia Bar Associations
has undertaken to protect) promoting Bradford County. Both 4 1-2 miles.
.vantae. Jim Hobbs has continued 1 the Lawyers Club of Atlanta, and j
1 its employees and equipment. and Senator Johns and Rep Doyie
to set the scoring paceas he !''it i active in Boy Scout work, in ;
'pointed out that' these have, succeeded I Conner were inVited to meet with Roberts .Sells ,
r.otcht-d 24 points and Armond I S addition to numerous civic and Carl
I in reducing on-the-job accidents the commission at their next reg- '
Rivers hsd 14. Gene Sadler. witn Asternal:' orders.Heart Store
to a great extent.A ular meeting to discuss locals billsfor ,Jewelry
22: Clark with 18 were the V
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field in which much educa- the welfare of the county. WilliamsSale
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visitors leading scorers. The B
miraculously Fund Show tion is needed. McGlave said is Because of complaints of dumping

fquad'recovered scfety off the job includmg accident on private property, Sanitarian of Roberts Jewelry store

fiom a 174first quarter deficit,! Club TonightHats prevention in the home. In i Jack Trawick was asked by on W. Call St. to A. C. Williams

and whipped the Baby Blue Wave the commission to locate 1of jewelry was announced -
,, dscussing: the needs in this area.i possible Williams

47-40. Johnny Devore. with with 17 I Hats and hearts will be in eVidence be pointed out that every day five dump sites in each section of the this week by Carl Roberts. }tr.
points, and Jimmy Malone
Thursday) when a people in the U. S. die from accidental county. Trawick said he will provide Williams said that he expected to
(4 wr, the leading B squadscprers. tonight ( a'oout
variety show Hat Off to Hearts." poisoning. One-fourth of a map for Die purpose. After be open in Kts new location

in the Woman's these are children under five. such sites are provided the county next Wednesday.Mr. .
Last Friday night at home the v.-ill be presented The speaker challenged each of: will have the dumps covered eacn Roberts is moving to Lake

varsity won over Bolles 82-64. Club e'ent11 at 8 p.m.benefit Receipts the annual from the Lions andguests to sell safe- No Desert Around Desert Islebeen week by the county i Butler, where he is director of tna
i tout* the girls lost! their second this grader"I High School uano.
Fund Campaign conductedi ty to himseIi. his family. and I I Union County
overtime game 1 in one week when Heart friends. The Desert Isle Motel on U. S.new working on drainage struc- started about two miles Gas Station SoldThe I i Mrs. Roberts also teaches in the

the Ocala girls scored a 47-41 Local February.clubs and other organizations Mr. McGlave is assistant em 301 north of Lawtey could. more tures for the new highway build- north of La tey. According to II I I Lake Sutler school and they ara

victory.' At the end of regulation are contributing skits for the ployee relations supervisor for the aptly, be called The Oasis with iLg bridges and culverts and the I I Walker Hamilton foreman on Herbert Prescott gas station I moving to Lake Betler to be more

play the score was knotted show and a special feature will Trail Ridge Plant of the DuPont the large "lake" now standing in normal flow of water is blocked'I I tt\e job. all those other struc- on U. S. 301 south was Por convenient to their work.
and in the
41-41 two-minute the modeling of Archie Eason Company: He is a member of the front rf! it. The excess water is during the work. tures that look like bridges to chased this week by 0. D. MIt- Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and Mr.
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overtime period Ocala scored two between acts. There will be Keystone Heights Lions Club.C. the result of recent heavy rains Six box culverts have been j I most people are actually box culverts i chell of Atlanta Ga. for ss.ouu,: Roberts' son Curtis, will open.a

field goals and two free shots. I hats number of door prizes W. Colson was In charge of and construction work on the finished so far, with four morei I no matter what the size. according to tax stamps. Mr.. jewelry store in I&ke Butler In

Helen Kelly poured through 24 a Admissioja to the show is 15 the program and Introduced the highway. and a bridge to go. The only!The difference: a box culvert is Mitchell will operate the place asa the buDding.tomaetn occupied (rjrUM

:points(Continued and Mararet on Page DOuglas i) had I cents. speaker S. M. Wall Construction Co. Is true bridge on the road has Just i flat Tfhile; a bridge has a grade. snack bar. _.__ I Lftlb Restaurant. V--.4





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I Mrs. York HonoredAt First Baptist WMU Bryant-Smith [ I Free Home Show Petroleum CouncilTo

LuncheonMrs. I Has Luncheon MeetThe LONG BRIDGE To Be HeldIn'Gainesville Be ReorganizedAt
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I Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Bryant I

Claxton Ga., formerly of AND NEW RIVERMrs. Meeting HereA
JoAnn Dinkins York. WMU of the First Baptist
1 announce\ ; the marriage of Starke'j
( whose maniage'11 bt!' eveirt Church met at the church'
an Tuesday -
daughter, Mary Linda K. F. Merritt The North Central Florida reorganizational meeting of
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of Friday evening, wag honbredat for a'covered disH luncheCn:
haM T. Smith', son of Mr. ana j Fome Show will be held at the the Union-Bradford County Petroleum -
a lovely luncheon Monday giver and program. The tablesere' attractively ILAAAAAL1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe
Council will held here
Mrs. E. M. Smith also of Claxton. I Playhouse Skating Rink in Gain- be
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by Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs.I, : decorated 'with a ange- They were married in the pastorsstudy outcome of Monday'sfifhing eM-ille Tuesday through Saturday. Tuesday. Feb. 10. in the Garden
. : GladYI Moiety W B. at'the home of the ,. I
___.-0'--_ _._._I_e---_e_*.__-_____ --_-,--_---- ----e I ifundy nents of camellias. Mrs. L. G.Pt'tehI oh Sunday Jan. 18. j party, we told you of last j Feb. 1721.: The first home show Kestauiant at 10:30 a. m.
l latter en N. Church street. I I presented the' pr gram on of:' week. was a good catch by Mrs. : to be held in this area. exhibits. Agents distributors salesmen
L.ittleVomen : Glenda Parker The buffet: luncheon table was'.' "Alaska Fabulous 49th State." Miss Bryant is a graduate Miss Ida Merritt and for the service station operators.
'I cu\wotk'1'I" Claxton High School and is employed Lavender j twill include products garage-
covered with an Italian ( was assisted by Mrs. James Telephone i Mrs. Joe Moody. I heme. health education, safety. I men. dealers. truckers. and many
Will Meet Monday To Take Part linen cloth. centered with an ;, Lewis Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Mrs.JH. by. Southern Co.Bell i Mrs. Dottie Anderson's family I, sports farm equipment and food. I ethers representing allied inter-

On DCT ProgramOn I arrangement of shaded pink ca- I F. Hatcher. & Telegraph cl ducks didn't'do too well. Ou(| Many valuable! prizes will be I lefts: will rather from all sections
Health and Safety, with Pat Four silver candleholders i!! Mr. Smith also graduated from i
nielhas. single
Mrs. J. E. Hildebran conductedI of 35 eggs only 7 hatched and one i given away during the five-day cf the county to discuss; mattersqf
Humphries as chairman will be Feb. 6, the Starke!1I with pink balanced Claxton High and is employed in i
tapers
Friday I I I the business meeting at which cf those died. It turned cold and I show. including an automatic vital importance to the in-
the program subject at the LittleWomen's DCT Club will attend the district'!the amngement. The four dining the U. S. Post Office. Savannah.
I|I time Mrs. L. D. Haines announced ,the duck left the nest. Hotpoint washing machine, a dustry. An election of officers
Club meeting Mondaycxcning 1 I I meeting at Santa Ke High School}card tables were overlaid with I I plans! for a mission study to be Ga.Mr. We understand that Betty Net-I portable sewing machine electric will be held.
at 7:30 o'clock at the club and Glenda Parker. a Senior ati!white cutwork cloths and center- and Mrs. Smith are residing -i
held at the church on Feb. 26:
tles is working at Mitchell's Drug camera. and transistor radio. Frank H. Owen of Jacksonville,
house. EHS has been selected by the ec1 with a single camellia. Thebride's North Newton St. in Clax-
on
Hostesses for the evening will I Mrs. M. F. Hazen reported Stcre !in Starke. as a cashier. I Free parking and free admission -, executive secretary of the Florida
to be on the program. She table centered witha
group i was $424.80 for the Lottie Moon of- Mrs. Jessie Lazenoy was Here
I
will attend
all Petroleum Council.
: will be offered to
persons
be Margaret Douglas Charlene will "What DOT Means ,
speak on pink camellia nosegay with
fering. ton.World for the weekend. She said "hello"to viiiting the Home Shew daily be- the session and present its pro-
Hardy, Delores Hardy, and Penny '
to Me. Glenda is a DOT traineeat ruffles of pink net and pink satin Day Of Prayer
that her
Hollingfe worth. BHS,. specializing in general I'ribbon. I everyone explaining i i tv een 3 p. m.and 10 p. m. lgram.
office work. Mrs. V. E. Howard To Be ObservedAll time was short and she could not
Guests were greeted at the door
I If The DCT Club will be chaperoned by Mrs. C. E. Johns and assisting[ I Is Party Honoree :I set Fred all. Dodd will be back again -
on the trip by Airs. M. I). churches cf the community I
A Elder. in serving were Mrs. Lex Green Kin- j Nina Howard entertained at a are invited to take part in hel[tc preach for us Sunday mornmg.Mrs. B.L-tTrr'ffIr1 nii1ai
( Mrs. C. J. Houpt Mrs. J. W. World Day.of Prayer at 10 a. Nan Merritt has been -R !( ; :
THEAT... I,I caid, Mrs. James Lewis Mrs. Ray.delightful birthday party Tuesday I m'j i taking treatments for some kind TE
laftenwn morning. Feb. 13. in the ,
STARKE FLA for her mother, Mrs. V. Friday ,
Patray-Oakes Ncwsome. Mrs. G. E. Snow, :Mrs.J. ';of which she thinks she
: Episcopal'Church. The program is' poison
|tE. Howard.
H4 DuPre and Mrs. J. E.
Plans Told sponsored by the Starke Council :: got from the pasture.
(I Wedding
Sapp. !i Pink I
gladioli
Fri., Sat. Feb. 6, 7 were used in attractive of Chuich Women.
_I I Among the guests were Mrs. M. | arrangements for r. the
DOUBLE FEATURE I At The Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oakes of
C. Stith and daughter. Sandra; j occasion with a centerpiece Of the _
UP IN SMOKE Starke announce the approaching Band Parents Assn. I ,. 'I '' kL
I of Falls Church Va. I same blpssoms used on the refreshment ___ :
t
lIuDtz Hall and the Bowery Boys; marriage of their daughter. Bob-I The hostesses presented the : table. The table. waJoverlaid Sets Supper MeetThe i I "Aur.Me Maine the comedy r '
bie Jean to Ronald Terry Patray I, smash hit of the year, with Rosi- '
honor guest with a silver pie plate with a handsome lace 1
ANDBuchanan also of I I land Russell in the starring role | _
son of Mrs. Nora Patray i
I memento of the occasi n. cloth with silver coffee ; :
:ae a and teL B nd Parents Association i
I Sunday at the Florida
opens
Starke. The wedding will be an I
Rides AloneWith '
[ services at both ends. The pale will hold a covered dish supper Theatre. .
the
1 Playing same paTt
I event of Saturday evening Feb ,
Randolph Scott 28. at 7:30: o'clock in the Madison Junior Club Hears I'' green birthday cake was-centered Ftb: 9',: at 6:30' p. m. in the High :I she played on Broadway for 508 4
with a pink camellia. Mrs. N. S.I School Cafeteria. Plans will be
Plus Serial Chapter No. ;5 and Street Baptist Church with a reception Civil Defense TalkI ;, performances. Miss Russell is seen
following in the church i I Dankel and Mrs. Ef. D. Tenly"prt- !- made'at this time for the District as the fabulous Auntie Mame
Cartoon for Kids sided at the coffee and tea'ser- Meet and all parents are urged'
I
education building. I Civil Defense was the subject : whose cntics keep two continentsin
No invitations are being issued. 1 at the Junior Woman's Club pro- vices, and Mrs. Chest- Wi.ealso! to attend. a continuous state of rmiliAs )

SUN., MON.. TUES.. but all friends and rdatives of gram last Monday night in the assisted in serving. a novel "Auntie Mame" remained These are the new rifhl-angle vision prismatic glasses that let )0tt,
Feb. 8 9 10 club house.A Seventeen guests enjoyed this Madison St. WMUCircle on the best-seller lists for I
the couple are invited to attend. read in bed comfortably, without lifting your!:head.ge&pml .
DOUBLE FEATURE skit was presented by the delightful occasion..Woman.s 112 weeks, and as a play it was a 1

Wesleyan GuildThe members on the right way and 2 of the Madison Street smash hit in New York and Lon-j ;

Kings Go Forth wrong way of preparing for an Club Baptist Church WMU will meet don. The screen version is.

I Tuesday Feb. 10. at 7:30 p. m. outdo them all with fabulous settings
Fraolc Sinatra Tony Curtis, Wesleyan Service Guilds attack and the action and pre- To'Meet' WednesdayThe -
Natalie Wood will meet Tuesday night, Feb. 10, paration to take. The "Smith at the home of Mrs. J. W. Ritch and costumes that provide Li..htt'joht.coracefully designed'Be&pecs let you look up

ANDGunman's pt 7:30 o'clock. Guild 1 will meet family" showed the club the right 1 Starke Woman's Club will 1218 E. Call St. Miss Russell with a glittering but see do\\nt_ for the world's meet:comfortable reading

with Mrs. Paul Bridges. Guild 2 way to act. Mr. Smith was played meet Wednesday afternoon at Circle 3 will meet Tuesday at : background for her comedy routines -: position, as illustrated. Approved by eminent eye doctors.

WalkWith rill: meet at the Methodist Parsonage by :Mrs. David Bachman Mrs. 3:30 o'clock at"the club' under the 8p. m. at the home of Mrs. A. J. : ; : Anyone can wear them.Thousands already! use. In attractive
Smith was Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Thomas Jr., 221 W. Lafayette St I According to advance notices. : box
Van HeHin with Mrs. Harry Mootyas Education Department, Miss Florence II I tan gold-stamped case aodjiandspine gift .
I ,
Plus Cartoon co-hostess. the child was Mrs. Seymour Marco. Jennings chairman. I "Auntie" Mame" will undoubtedly ...: .
\ The Jones family was portrayed Home Demonstration be pitked 'as one of the' funniest or J.- .
I Hostesses for the afternoon will
.
by Mrs. George Snell as the pictures of 1959. tJ- I/'e tick
I
be Mrs. A. L. Brown chairman, I...fin !
Wed., Thur. Feb. 11. 12 I NOTICE I father. Mrs. Gerri Griffis as the'I County Council ....fot711
.Mrs. Jack Parker Mrs. Ewell!
DOUBLE FEATURE -I Please be advised that Jackson 'I mother and Mrs. Harry Elrod.j, Lawson, Mrs.. Charles Schmitt Holds InstallationInstallation Social SecurityRepresentative ._;r.j...* Tale it easy. Give your edspecs hIp ,.1ievt 'h
Jr. as the child. This family I I ,it'tiP} \ heart and eye a rest. monotony of long !hour*'I
WOLF LARSENBarry & Bishop ceased to i Mrs. L. F. Dinkins Mrs. J. P. Roberts DueA "
I oper- showed the wrong way. Following of Home Demon- > .,4. I Vost comfortable way to bed. Patient' van read orteleview
ate New & Used Car busi- : !Its. P.: L. Bridges Mrs. '- C, watch lying
Sullivan, Peter Gr,11AND a the skit. the two guest speakers. : ,,,". .: television.|lust ia vtrer oomf \
stration 'County Council officers of the Gainesville
Norman i representative -
ness effective Nov. 15. 1958 I II [ Wfnn. Mrs. M. W. Lance. ; ,; down or reclining. You'llnot
and we will not be responsiblefor I Jack Trawick and Bill' Haas spoke Mrs. Cula Coran :Mrs. A. t;. Alc-! took place at the quarterly meeting : Social Security office will be '4 vastly improved for hours o. end. without
to the group about Civil Defense. Kinney and Mrs. Madge ..McDon ii Starke, at the court room ot image quality .f!so. V"due tiring ..,.
The World l Was any debts made in above held Tuesday in the home of I j II
Mr. Trawick showed slides on the
the courthouse at 9:30 a.m on "
I .
His Jury name. I tomic Bcmb and its effects. Mr. I ald.Mrs. Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. Sr of Law- Thursday, Feb.' 12, for the purpose : It;' ;

JACKSON: & BISHOP I Haas told what Civil Defense aci- tey, Ms.: E. L. Cox a past presi- of conducting social security -business. -, .,.,.,. '
.
Merrill
Etlmond O'Hrien. Mona Freeman ion has been planned for Bradford Prevatt MAIL OR .it: "
,
i Bv. W. T. Jackson. dent installed the following: '
Plus Color Cartoon for Kids 2-5 4tchg 2-26 County. Honored At PartyFriends president Mrs. P. L. D Dinkins. Sr.; Persons who desire to make applications -I 'It- PHONE ORDERS

t I' The Starke Junior Woman s vice-president, Mrs. W. T. Blair for social security retirement -. I ACCEPTED }
Club will be the host for Junior of Mrs. Merrill Prevatt of Brooker; secretary Mrs. Roy I or survivors benefits secure -

\Day for District Four which includes met at the home of-her son on Cooper, State Farm; treasurer social security account num-!

Jacksonville, Lake City West Weldon St. and gave her asurpriseb1rtlday Mrs. J. B. White. of Heilbronn; bers. or get any other social security $17.50

and Macdenny. next year. I party last Monday I council delegate. Mrs. Dave Green. information are invited to

Erich club member is participating nrght. The'table".where refreshments Biooker: alternate delegates, Mrs. see the representative at the I See Our Line Of Highgrade

I in the Polio drive, bY.See-, were served was centered Lottie Edwards and Mrs. T. N. lime .ofMIl,. .;. ..ih.CJlEDtJLE I Lifeti -Gu ranteed BinocularsBULLINGTON
f ing that she and her family have with a beautiful thr e- Norma I ri
!I received{ their polio shots. tiered cake. CHANGES IV
Following the covered dish '
Refreshments were served following MtLTFROGRAM. : : I
Mrs. Prevatt received many luncheon Mis. Frances Cannon ANNOUNCED1
the meeting. The refreshment beautiful. gifts on this occasion. I
heath education specialist from
table carried out the Valen- The hostesses, Kay JPrevatl and Effective Feb. 9, the business: ,
tine motif. In the center of the Wanda Edwards entertained with the' state Home Demonstration English and vocabulary class will
off fee"Jn Tallahassee :
spbketo'Thegroup be' held on' Monday'evenings at
table was a three-teired -
1 arrangement several interesting games. STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP
on Safety in Relation to
USO
of artificial fruit and nuts the soUtheast1ng of the'
encircled by red camellias. neither Civil Defense. She stressed the I Building from 7 to' 10 p. m.. according -
Linda StricklandHas iiort nce' of being prepared for to L. H. Gibson director'o '
fid of the table were tiered I I !

,, plates of little cakes with Valentine Birthday PartyLinda any emergency. the evening school program RUBY JOHNS .

frosting. Ice cream with' Attending the meeting were: I Mechanical drawing and American i ,

I Ii strawberries and coffee and Strickland celebrated her Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Lottie I' History will be offered on THE NEW

Ceca-Colas were served. n'nth birthday Sunday afternoon Edwards Mrs. J. K. Douglas. Mrs.: Thursday evenings at the USO GI"ES'uu
'
Hostesses for the evening were with a party for 16 friends. The W. T. Blair Mrs Rosa Pinhoister; facility Gibson added. .

Miss Louise Stern. chaifian. Mrs. red and green birthday cake was Mrs. E. L. Cox.'Mrs. J. B.: White. Newstudents may be enrolled' : .S1IMMINGJSEN5ATIONNewest

Tommy Mersereau. Miss Lillian centered on' the guest table surrounded Mrs. A. C. Elis Mrs. S. CHarley in any existing class through t

Stump Mrs. W. M. Smith' Mrs. with other birthday attraction Mrs A. C. Belche; and the Feb. 13 at the Adult Education ; '

t Peul Hutchins and Mrs. Jim *. host club members. Mrs. P. L.Dinkins Office in the USO Building. The

J RCA'Vlctor Donley. Big value in I Cr-asteen. Favors of balloons and candy Sr., Mrs. A. H. Harley current school term will continueto

i table TV. 262 *q. in. picture. Balanced !l. were distributed games were Sr., Ms. H. C. Wainwright Mrs. June 1. I ,

:. fidelity FM Sound Pull-push CARD OF THANKS piayed and prizes awarded. En- It J. Cox Mrs J. C. Tye Mrs. R. _

on-off. .switch with Stay-Set volume Our heartfelt thanks to all who tertainment was supervised by F: Lee, Mfes'Enza Blanchard. Mrs. Harold T. Lang of Jacksonville Easiest Way To Reduce
J
control. Transformer-powered chassis extended comforting sympathy Miss Judy Cauffman and Jose Effie Miner and M'lSSDorothy was weekend guest of Mr. andis. I S and Remold Your Figure

with improved weak signal reception. and help in our recent sorrow. Strickland. Mrs. Strickland was Ross. Paul Raymond. I WITHOUT DISROBING! Created

: Tube-saving power surge resistor. I For the beautiful service floral assisted in caring for her daugh by Famous Reducing Authority

Printed circuits.Available in 3 finishes. offerings, and other kindnesses ter's guests by Mrs. W. M. Smith. I /
we are deeply grateful. The Rich. : I ( tL Monty MacLevy
SAVE $$50 this Fine Group I ,
: 19J95SocThcNew ard Gnffis family. Beta Sigma Phi on :',. ', -You'll Enjoy Guaranteed Reducing

I to To Meet MondayThe .rurwlI I :;: F-su!:$ Cccause
: i il
,. I" $ _
Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill J "-L--i' :
m32f Feb.
FloridaTHEATRE Monday evening
9. at 8 o'clock at the home of
i Mrs J. D. Warren with Mrs.

Richard Cauffman as cohostess.The i. .

following officers will be

: installed: presIdent Mrs. David ;
RCA VltfORStorcoOrthophonic
Montgomery; vice-president. Mrs.
Ben M treasurer. Mrs. Geo. : -
xley; .. : _
B Flynn Jr., recording secretary p1llk ,
St rke, Florida .I a You are invited for a Free Visit JS'OW .
Hi, Fi ,Record Mrs. Howard Meyer; corresponding .:

secretary Mrs. Olin White 4r 't : Call WO 4-3807 For Appointment
;
SUN., MOX.. TUES.. WED. Jr. Sponsor is Mrs. Logan Bald- '--
Player ShowroomCall and director Mrs. J. W. Kin- '
Our win .b
Feb. 8, 9, 10, 11i1ND T &w.-kL. SLENDERIZING PLAN *... .". el tK, "'.
..d r..xiiig ,.elu WO 4-6901 For Free.HomeDemonstration Reg. $250 Value -M come m Old G. eltwlt-Withowt dJtrebinj-witfcovt: .xtrlioan4 JO. h r.JI"
.. sMJ b to U.d poUftdLSLENDERIZING
4. cor** at y"U jin

&4.-,0kl. PLAN iRdueitl. ,.IIcf HAH.T UI' 2-PieceL.R.Suite ... that. MaVn slimming w.. Moky.ur: .*wanted i"het sad bvlgct rfit.
i N-O-W .pp..r..... rit.. SUM-CLOU T.bU firm kips, Hugh, lummy-y'vr ciitirt bWyf

i,, Foam tiubber' Upholstery &w.-kL
-- SLENDERIZING PLAN ;s 'M .lIjoy.bIt oad c.siv..r
< ? A 5 ; .....,.. mvm f.M....t f.*.,.-m ...*<.Ur, y.'t..Ad -rr'oHy'.

TV Servi.e Bradford County Hospital announces ; >. 2 Step-Tables! luLl'';; ..Rd..feefing, ab* t W the weU pb' being..t.!rtewv .y it tivatei ,out tirtvkrfion I. oiv. y'v fmll l

the births:
following
-!M OMS .1 *

!'. oLQtYI Mr. and Mrs. Glen. Stanley ofStarkea 1- Coffee'Table. : Ruby Johns Beauty ShopHAS

28. ; sen..Michael Glenn, Jan- J 2TablLamps NOW THAT

All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates _Jl t I .-. ; .\ J
Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Thornton of g&ta&1'u..n'HAS
EVERYTHING!
I, Kaiford, a son, Shelton Hugh. i
Fully Equipped ... DependableAll I ALSO .-. _
Jan.. 28. Should you desire: Ruby

Makes and Models, Mr. :and Mrs. Albert Franklin Johns has: Mn-haniral and

RABBIT Garner, Jr. of start a 'daughter- LVEGive SiH} : Vbca.ry 'essog., P.s..v. E. i-'.'

J&Uenn., Jan.30: Green.StampsCARRYING \; I eni.: Eqvipmcfrt, Stt m MftM <. ... ,
"SHEPHERD'S M.r and Mrs Walker Bell Starling Sw.tfiti M...og.. (VISITS '

RADIO & TV ROMEF.Admissions of Dianne.Starke Jan.a daughter 31. Catherine .. Ir AS PAYMENT,LOW AS PIAN.$2.00 ON EASY r-


:; INMAN: GREEN-, Owner for this Showare Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wayne N q! CHARGES :-I
Roark cf Hampton, a son, BruCe :
TV radi -. Seat Covers Uphobteriftr. : Wayne Roark. Jr.. Feb. 1.

I Phone WOifinoi() ( !) Starke. Fla.G6orTV. .- Matinee' Prices ______ 60c Maj. snd Mrs. R. G. Kidd Jr : HART FURNITURE" : CO : RUBY JOHNS Beauty; Shop

After 6:00 o'clock ____ 75c of San Bernardino'CalIf.. formerly ; 117 Thompson St. Phone WO 4-3807:
: / : Headquarters Children under 12 all day. 2."= of Starke. announce the birth ; -
:1:3.LdillIst.: : : STARKE FLORIDA!
.1 ,lot.a son; William Scott, oa Jan. II j i Starke, FloridaPAGE
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THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5,1939:! I

BRADFORD COUNTY, TELEGRAPH.STARKE.. FLORIDA

..,.-- ,_ 1>4__,_.._._ ______ I. I ,;,,=_ "' -::-::. _'-__. -.. -. .-.. ___ -____ __ r\G.= TJTtr.. i
Mrs. Dora Beebe of --- -- -' __
= L'
I Beach a former Starke Jacksonville resident,, Mrs. Alice. Andejspn attendecj : : ,....,... ....,., ,< w ys
-
Ii the funeral ot an uncle, L. El: HomV 1
Ls a patient in Doctor's Demonstration 1 I. .
i
Hospital.
Mills, in Archer* Tuesday after
ifcftIN Charles Meister was in Fargo noon. COMPUTE 4T i

N D. ;he past week to attend the Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Notes TREE. SERif! s .
funeral of his grandparents Mr. t -
spent the weekend in Palatfca: bjDOROTHY .
and :Mrs. Conrad L.
Topping
who with his sister, Mrs. E/ !.nnl$ *
THE were residents of Orlando. J. 4 ROSS ..,' Pruning Cavity Wort t .
ccn, who is har ,
a patient in Glendale -
I, Mrs. Garl Mathews visited her Hospital. i. 4 Home Demonstration 2'ent I
..- ____, 1 Bracing Tree Removal ;
----'- granddaughter, Mrs. 'WilliamFlink I,
and baby daughter Xerhipment of Rose Bushes Open HottetlAt Phelps y'l'ur, utd .carpet *
in St. I I
green.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited I 1| Mr. Vincent's* Hospital last Friday. at Sistrun An exciting: event for Home Demonstration Azalea Flower" spot II I a. De-Mossing Transplanting :
Mrs. Gene Goodge of Starke. : The baby is Mrs. Alatliews Miss Virginia Sewell' of Marl- members and Home I
great If i Free Inspection and Estimates
who is a patient in St. Vincent's to attend granddaughter.Dr. a.mt'as: home for the weekend. Economics: students will be the r azalea flower spot hits. it I I .
hospital, on Sunday. They also: Judith Df. and Mrs. W:'E; Middl'eton, annuaf: Open H6use'\ at Phelps I: can wilt a magnificent display of
visited_ Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kin. ::eld.I Gainesville and!! Mrs. James Chace of Miss Madge' Middleton. and' Mr. FsWlcs in Jacksonville' Tuesday< I azalea blossoms in 24 hours and I .-
Jr. at Atlantic Beach. were Saturday afternoon and Mrs! E. L. Matthews and I cry them up- in a few days. The
,i Rev. visitors of Mrs. Etta Hoover. evening\ 'Feb. 10 from 730 toFbr'youf :d*ease first SAPP.'S S' TREf SURGEONS t
Mr. and Mrs. M.: D. Elder and were \ daughters were Sunday dinner 10:30:' shows up as water- t .
Mr. and
Mrs. Hollis Knight, Jr. 08ked'spots
on the .
family were in Greenville on Sunday and dau guests of Mrs. Mae Jones' in inspection in the store' petals turning > C
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gene George o Jacksonville relatives in Stark Beach were visiting -. Jacksso'i\ille. The occasion \\"as'in will"be the most spring fabrics the flowers into a slimy mush. f SAPP: Owner '. ,
on Monday.Mr. .
Stroud.Mr. celebration! of Dr. Middletori's Flower spot can be controlled
lust week. colors and designsMiss: Lolley,
:and Mrs. Frank Stokes of1'!joined by will visit and Mrs.Mrs.Addie W. F.Wheeler Herlong in 82nd birthday anniversarywhich' Vogue's Fashion- Coordinator will by spraying when the early azaleas P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla.

Pala1:ki v':ere Monday visitors of I''Sigler i iI Taft over: the weekend. fell on Jan. 30. present a Hope Skillman wardrobe I starting blooming and re- AGENTS -

Mr. ai u Mrs. Charles Hardy. I I I to attend Mrs. G M. Bedenbaugh of Tallahassee Miss Margaret Duncan and Ray that has' been especially designed rt'atIng"the spray three times a
Mrs L na Hutchinson return-I. Council.Mr. Goldwire are in New Orleans La.: for B. Altman of New York \\' ek' throughout the flowering Phone FR 6-2661 Phone :MA 3617
was visiting her J.
ed A*'. :d?" from ten days in end C. Hobbs and family from son, this wtek visiting friends and attending and. Phelps! of'Jacksonville.In season. Use a spray mixture ofone" 1 Gainesville: : Fla. Ocala, Fla.

Ath' '-,, Ail with Her son-in-law Mr. and Tuesday. Sundayto I the Mardi Gras. the past,..beautiful tea tables j and cne-half tablespoons of{I 'Phone. 1651 Lake City, ,rf ;
and ( 1U;!:tcr, Mr. and Mrs. C. family of Rose Bushes, Rose Bushes Rose Miss Dorothy Claire Kickliter were set' up floor which the I 65 percent zineb per gallon of : .

J. Ki r. visitors of Bushes at Sistrunks.Mr. cf Green Cove Springs was visit- guests were served during the \\::.ter. i
1 Hal: srk Valentines at Bullington.s. ing Mrs. : .
A.
Huggins.Mr. and Mrs. Eric Moore of C. Knight on'S'unday.Mr. program.No
Whrn you care to send the and ;: Ga. spent the weekend and 'Mrs. R. O. Dansby and selling is done at this time. '

very best.tSrs. of their daughter, Mrs. Ira son Mickey visited Mr. and Mrs. We hope there will be several E Ea Ef
: G, :i. Mcrntt of Jacksonville Lawscn of I Harris, and family. Bill Dansby and Mr. and Mrs. R. cars to fo from Bradford County j
was ,,.-kend: guest of Mr. the J. Andrews in Contact Miss ,r n i '' 111 1 I I
Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. and sons Jacksonville Sun- Dorothy Ross for / ss ASH! CASH CNi,
and Mrs. 0, r. Siemer, Sr. H. A. Lav Marcia Haynes and Hope day.Mrs. more !information.Test : ,

: Arthur Holliday are spending P. E. Stone and Miss Ma- Your' F5o f Sense >*
weekend with Mrs. -Flynn'sarents mie Anderson of Archer were -Superstition: 'Gelatin dissolvedin r. ,-1

: PAC TECT Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mc- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.F. water and taken as a food sup- t
: your m Tampa and will also atend M. Davis. pfement will 'strengthen the fin t 20
Gasparilla. Mrs. J. E. Wilson is spending gernails. LOOKING FOR A GO.OD DEAE

BUY Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White, Sr.eturned several bays i in Pensacola- with Fact: Gelatin is a pure protein. r- .
last Friday after :a Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilson, Sr. Vhether protein of itself in any 3
t : visit with their son-in- I and Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Bell: form, will improve fingernail condition J' K.New Tires? KSo First Come First Served!?' .

LOW COST LIABILITY w' and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. !!rs. Wilson was accompanied by is questionable Splitting, ,
F. Boone. in Jackson Tenn. Mrs. C. A. Knight who went on chipping fingernails are a sign of d '
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Irby and to MobIle. Ala. to 'visl Mr. and poor health, or lack of proper Your-Armstrong. DealerJohns; Amoco'ServVce! I t

have moved from 719 Laura Mrs. T. N. Busch. r foods. Improve your general meals .. s n.
No Membership Feea .. .6 to their new home at 1356 Among those' from Starke whd by using more milk and vegetables I '"

street. attended the wedding of Miss Sue and have a physical examination Now Get UNCONDITIONAL ROAD HAZARD Guaranty !II,!

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodard of Duncan to Joe Wise on Saturday every year.Superstition. '
PLUS .Excl uslve. uOunce of Prevention" Safety Discs ; :' t!.
\{ street are moving tolanding afternoon at 'the First Baptist : : Milk is mainly for :' .. -,
DOYLE E. CONNER !ontic Uo this week. Church in Gainesville were' Mr. youngsters.Fact .
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rahn have and 'IMro;. K. G. Duncan'and I : This is false because a- i

136 'K Call St. I from 268 Park Place to dcughter. Margaret, and' house- 'Cults need milk for blood clotting.1len.es .Blackwa Tub 1ype WhitewaMukTypr! J
I" eir new home at 1241 Johns' guests, Mr. and Mrs.' Garland and to cause muscles to I

Parnell of s fannah. Ga., Mrs. contract as they should Size '!Mfe. List( Sale (Price Size Mfg. List Salt'nce 1
Vicki Barksdale will be confined A' Z. A kins, Mrs. O. L.
I' Feasley. Facts about'itamin' C. Citrus '
the Baptist Memorial Hospital Mrs. J. W. Kmcaid, Mrs. C. A.] fruits furnish' liberar amounts oft 670x15: 28.30 14.95 670 x 15710x15 34.65' 17.95 ,

(I I and Thursday for Knight and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Vitamin C in the diet is neces. 710x15: 31.35 15.95 38.40( 1895 .
( work. I Miss Margaret Duncan attended! nary for hard teeth and bones
Mrs. Katie Covington of Mur- I the' bride .as maid of honor. healthy' gums, strong blood vessels ,716 x 15 34.25 16.95 716 x, 15Price 41.95, 19jj5 4

I' Ky. is spending several days Mr. and Mrs. E.: F. Bagwell! and prevents fatigue.. It pro- Price Means Exchange Plus Tax ( Means Exchange; Plus Tax;. t
week with Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. and children of St. Petersburg ttiWteC resistance to common respiratory Exeh. Means Kecappable Tire or $3.00 Exch. Means Recappable Tire or $3.;0fr-
Saturday Feb: 7 S un.. :\ ;: vere weekend'guests of .M>. and infections" cold*. .' -- ;
i Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow ofublin Mrs. D.: F.' Bagwell. Here Is*a'citrus 'reciPe'that you '
Feb. '
DOUBLE FEATURE I( Ga. were weekend guests Mrs. David Reid and son of win enjoy! !Bl ckwall TubeIessVhitewallT.ooeless.\ : "
1 f Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vming. Jacksonville spent several days :Molded: 'Grapefruit- Salad
1I -
oopr.r-..- I I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent the l st'Ck' with' her parents, Chief '1 tablespoon plain gelatin [1 {
t i; eekend with Mr. and Mrs Adkins, and Mrs. D. W: Carpenter. envelope], one>tourth"clip cold t Size Mfg. List Sale Price Siie' Mfg\ List Sale Price

x VIQOR MATURE as I: and family in Gainesville. Azaleas; Camellias* and nur- WaWrT orie-Ga7f cup boiIirivwateV, 670 x 15 31.95 16.95 670 x 15 39.15 19,95 ,

f'\GUYMADISONI I f Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Nazwcrth sery supplies at' Slsfr nk9. i t 6r72f! tablespoons "sugar, threefotirthq' '
S I }fo.-mer Prissy McRae have Miss Agnes Lawson was among duVsotif' orange juicer 7,10 x 15 35.00 17.95 7-10 x 15 4190 20&5 ?

: ROBERT PRESTON I from the McKinney apart- the 315 graduates who received i!I [lemon' ci'lims" juiceT, 1 pink 760 x 15 38:35: 18.95 760 x 15 47.00 22i95;
;! to their new home at 5110 degrees in the mid-winter commencement k grapefruit Tsectfonedl, 1 white
\ Their put deeds Ave, Jacksonville. at Florida State University -j fefapefruit! [sectioned). Price Means I Exchange Plus Tax Price Means Exchange Plus Tax

{."-,a. tropes the deed i .tr'. in Tallahassee last Sat r- Soften1' geratin i in cold water. f Exch. Means Recappable Tire or $3.00 Exch. Means( Recappable Tire or $3.00 ,
t t'_! 1 to a IlliptJ i 4t day. She' received i I LONG AS THEY LAST!
a BS degree in Dissolve it in boiling water. Add I LQNG AS THEY LAST! r
4-\ c+Ntlneattel :j (Riot"I SPARKLING NEW STYLE education. sugar and sour orange juice. ;

'\ tPlus( SMART NEW scpplies Parakeets at ,Sist Gold unk5.,Fish and pet Place :grapefrnit pink and- ?white sections,.in,a-alternating mold. -. I i CASH!( CASH! FRL, SAT., .$UN. CASH; !' CAS J '

)' DECORATOR COLORS Mr and Mrs William Firmenich Pour getetiri mixture' over '''them:! L ,
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r V of Stratford, Conn. were Set in refrigerator to chill. e
V*;: overnight guests' Tuesday of Mr. Dressing Johns' Amoco SerVIceNORTH \.

'rt I and Mrs. J. E. Wall. Jr. ahd visited Ort half cup cottage cheese,, .
I If A I. the AIIEWPORTABLE other. friends in Starke while one=Touith:cup fresh orange'juice, 301 SPARKED ?LORIfA-c:' "

(! .Matinee here: Mrs. Fifmenich will be remembered or e-fotirth-cup finely'chopped pe-

as the former Mrs. cans.Beat. ALL PRICES ARE CASH!, .
After 6:00 I
I'H Robert Metzger' of Starke. cottage cheese until I .
I Children Mr. and. Mrs. Curtis Akridgv? m\t>Oth. Add orange juice beat -.==
have moved from the Green house*tntnrrE'alII1.i 'Add nuts. Unmold ; .
i on W. Call'street to the Stefanel-l i sad' \ on lettuce"leaf ana garnish ??z i: _

Thur.. Qulit TV 1 I.; apartment on Lake street. I with" dressing.; 6'"servings. -; -.: '.'.''..'!,'' ,\",'" .V 2 .
Com. and Mrs. Dale Scott and t Fertilize 'IMffan: 'Ryes'GrassItaliah J" I : :vt9,

children were overnight guest;r rye or other winter Th. : '
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SEVEN SAY ( last Thursday of Mrs. Scott'E i I I I temporary grasses planted six "

:' WEEKEND brother-in-law and sister, .I\1r'j Vi-eeks or two months ago' will -
OUTPERFORMSfflEMfllli 1 I II and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar. ThJ need' a- little more fertilizer now To complete the

f Scotts were enroute to Sanford to keep them growing.' Apply 3 .
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alter three years tour Of duty' in ]pounds of ammonium nitrate per
I Europe. !!'.000-square feet of lawn- to keep comfort picture

Mrs. M, L. Lawson and da gh- I ...., ..
w ter. Sally, and Mrs. Ed Lawson Mrs. J. D. Warren. Mrs. Sey-

OeMAScOPe- .' A .... visited Mr. and. Mrs. Guy DyaU1i Mrs.mour Drew'Marco, Mrs. Randal Chltty, heat water by wire !
: t' Green Cove Springs Sunday' Reddish; Mfs. John ,
,_ CQ.0I1t TECIKCOlOI' '4 Torode' and Mr>; Stanley Noegcl, ,
Mr. 2nd Mrs. J. N. Surrency (ifT..mpa' y'
/ of the' J The majority of FToridi: bomeadfTS agree:
JAMSWHW-ANNEBliNdFI IIlit' \ ,,'ere''t'ekend' guests of | Women's Club attended
,...1USS .l IOO.IIIS: :( I Mr. and Mr s. Willis Dyal. the.' nhuat 'Junior Day forDistrict I / t j It just do!?a't mile ease to DM a combination
..... iI&/IfPDIIT
.usws: ae4s
V..L.rMMM....._---E..,_ Visit our new Hallmark Greeting Four 'at"the Southsidc of fuels wfaea it's cheaper to nv
.-.....a, y wu-iwow'e.w+w s....- ; I TOP Tf1I1114l .Card Center. Over:. 300" new Vine Junior Women's'Club"in. Jackson >-. the one best service...modern, carefree
last Thursday. At the"ineetiiV y
1 designs just arrived at Builingion's $ ,' baric service!So,since electricity sores you foring.,
: it wits voted:to have'the1 JurilibHDay -
AND -- -. refrigeration, lighting dishwashing, radio and TV (to
--- _. .. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli of Starke' } at the 'Sfarke' Worner ..
--- --'-' ..' OUb' nexts:: year- with"trie Starke i 'If;
-- and hr father. FiedloCaruso of| name only a few) ...you 11 be smart to call on dy
The hilarious I THE FUMINCO.NUM C-1716-C IJc for Wom'en'g'Clnb
hostesses.
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Keystone Heights spent Sunday t Kilowatt for water heating too. Make sure youhare'plenty
3.1. story New contour styling.17over.-
FILMEDENTIRELY I I t1 oB diag. 149 sq. in. tec angular and Mandarin'Jacksonville'with '. V'; : .! *of,piping-hot water from a safe. fully automatic
picture area. Fmith d in Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli. L ''
: electric water heater, one that's easy to install tutu out .
Metatlic Wesf Yank Cray and Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldv.-' y ,
OFF UMITSI I fabric of White Silver cnlof. .. are' visiting Mr. and Mrs;' Harold f of sight because it needs no'vents... f "- '

Godwin in' Lakeland qvfef% ] the Gulf Life ,* jet,.,..completes" your happy picture
Only $1SJT.95 weekend. 1_ :t ofmodcrn Florida living! 1
ADAPT.APiam
grid Lt Jimmy Reddish left "
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: Monday for six months service at '
1 Fort Benning. Columbus. Ga. He
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CONTOUR STYLING recently received his Commissionat i FitS YOUT 1 y

Dramatic new ; the University of Florida. changingIiCet1B
C) Zenith 'C f\tout Mrs. H._ A Durden of Jacksonville WIRE
Styling ...takes portable TV 'Beach and Mrs. Gene Henry 1 ZV. ti
cut of the' "square box"class.. I of'Jacksonville;>" rere Sunday visit- } BEATS .
MILES
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This new Zenith has a finished ors of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. ej St Zk <

sides back in of the(he same set. color ai the' *) 'Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rabb. Jr. .t ; FIRE

and family visited her parents.
I I. NO PRODUCTION Zenith Quality SHORTCUTS Metes Mr. and J Mrs. B.: L. Kennedy, in With Gulf Life's -

aE Zenith's new Super Horizontal of Jacksonville Sunday. exclusive Ad -A.Plan.
: "SerY .-Saver" Horizontal I-ILynn ''Mote of:Jacksonville willbea .pt .

I 1 Chot\ishhandcrofedfdrlongdependable ,,$ I weekend" gtiest,of Mrs. V. E. .\ 'fanguarantee! an r ,
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performance.Zenith ks,
Howard and daughter Nina.
income for your family
rv Oiolift Meets Miss."Jackie Hobbs is, spending .
r 1 lESS SERVICE HEADACHfS Wednesday to Sunday in' Tampa and provTdefor; your

No printed costly circuits repairs which require as.guest' of Misses. Sandra. .I andLoretta .retirement as well. C.

nith' tiandcrafted "Service-; Garcia and 'will attend T1i'ii JV r
J Saver"Horizontal. Chassis! the Stale Fair. : vn. Ask about it; ?
J Bertha ( Vx5
Mrs. Pearce entered : J \ -
ka. a s Bradford., County Hospital on. Sun- V N
J... .Jilt AU THmmu..nLutf wc ,
'tAlfnNl tClip0/- ...-._IWeI I'IGOUCIICII' W* ZENITH HATUIBI day for' observation and treat- :
: ..... W'Vtllllgaet ........Spetlite ment. ; r ,
JACK_: _BflCS'I I Dial.lhiitwei| jht, .Vlniini e...- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank.Jr .GqIJ

uTRRTrwrunl :rCmkI11iLR. inet. rdt-pesb eel CMtrtl and, family_'of Fernandina :
Sashi.e Pidwe Ttk. t
Beach
1 were weekend guests- of t
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1 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. w:; Lance. lfe ,,r r
...-.0-\: ..'.IR1wlLLrlt I 7 ,
-- %TINKLERElectric% Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews cf t 1.

-\\.. A;..nna otaet Ica w.ra M.I W._e Gainesville were Sunday dinnerguests '
\ w.r 1IIQooogvu-+.,'_.a.e..n..-- cf"Mr.:and Mrs";Carl MathEws 11fS"' "CIfu L a.a. .

: Service 16' COMPANY, 0"
Plus : \
Carlo 'ti1 Vacation'' With 1 Mr. : /
and Fountain
,j\ Plus Mrs- Charles'
WT See your electric cppHcnca Dealer or plowberI! .
>I Play" 224 N. Temple Ave. of Timmonsville S, C., and Mrs. I, Supen'nlendentPfaoae ,

Charles' Ellis or'S 3rlmburgS.. aorJ s.:_ : WOStarke 9i ;1St eta FLORIDA* POWER LIGHT COMPANY

--- -- Ph.. 11'6.14051Starke, Fli C. are Quests thts wee---!:.'Of.hir'am1frs'P t i .V. : Fla. HllfWQ !BUIIO FIOUDA,
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FOUR: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRL'AttV 3, 1959

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-- -!'ID Pont Announces THE STATE OF FLORIDA and ceiling of the halls of downstairs as follows:
Banquet I
Thursday Name
I Appraisers Civil Defense To TO ALL PERSONS 1XTERESTKI part of courthouse ID Knight's" SuMirlslvn according

For Midget Team Improved Plan Cagers Play ) IN;; THE ESTATE OK SA1UPECEPENT I'a U-li all .cracks. primer and seller h. plait thereof recorded In
: on walls and ceiling. Plat Dook 2. Page :21! public
I In Condemnation For RetirementProposed Chairman Named You are hereby notified that a One coat flat paint on ceiling. records! of Bradford County,

Members of the Midget football written instrument purporting to One coat gloss paint on walls Florida:
I Here Friday I IK- the last!' will and testament!' of One coat varnish stain un all 1. Fourteenth' Street runGina-
team will.be feted at a banquet !j For Gas PipelineChas. improvements in the At Monday Meet"A said deceodent has been admittedto wood work. from Oak Street on the tVest to

in the Starke Elemental y 1 du! Pont Company's Pension and probate in this court. You are One cvat clear varnish stain on its intersection with the West
School cafetorium tonight (Continued from Page 1)) hereby commanded within six (G) all woodwork. erly right-of-way line of Sea.
I J. O'Connor of Keystone Retirement Plan for employeeswere Civil Defense calendar months from the date of The Board Reserve The Right To board Air Line Railroad on the

[Thursday] at 7 p. m. Parents of I Heights and Clyde" Seckinger announced yesterday oy C. organizations the first publication of this noticeto Reject Any And All Rids. East.
with 21
11. July Nelson points
the team members will be hosts : good that we will never needto appear in this Court and show OFFICIAL SEALCHARLES 2. Fifteenth Street running
|I of Gainesville were named appraisers It. Hager, manager of the local i, use it" was the goal set by and Mary Pittman with 17 were cause if any you can why the' action A. D.RRT. Clerk from Oak Street on the West to

en this occasion. I in the condemnation suits du Pont plants. Ocala's K-ading scorers. of this Court in admitting said 2-5 :2t! 212.NOTICK its Intersection with the Westerly -
State Officer Jack
Planning
will to probate should not Bland right-of-way line of Seaboard -
The will
for of for the natural changes offer employ-
right way The tall Bolles team stayed ur.revokej.COrRT. -
KVCRUKEEN Avery at the first general county Air Line. Railroad on the
BAPTIST I gas pipe line at a heanng here tes four improvements in benefits -!Civil Defense meeting held Mon- right with Bradford through the ( SEAL) East.

ChURCH Wednesday of .ast week.A and maintain the position ol Thrron A. Yawn. Notice is hereby given that on ::. Sixteenth Street running
first half when the locals had
Sunday School iu a. m. Preaching hearing on the order of taking the 9u Pont plan which dates from'day afternon in the courtroom.The County. Judge, tradford County. Tuesday the :rd day of March. A. from Oak Street on the West to
11 Union 6:30 meeting was called by only a 38-34 halftime lead. but Florida. D. 199. at ,00 p. m. the City Its intersection with the Westerly -
a. m.
Training I in the suits was set for 12 1904. as one of the most liberal in| County C. D. Director Bill Haasto midway the third quarter Jim First publication on Feb. 5. 1S5S Council will hold a public hearing' right-of-way line of Seaboard -

p. m. Preaching 7:3 Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ''said- giVe heads of all services an Hobbs started hitting on his set Hall. Starke. Florida. upon a petition East.
II Judge John A. Murphree.: I opportunity to report progress and shots from the top of the circle i> COI'XT'.nGF.'S COVRT ix requesting that said Council All interested parties may appear

1 The suits are being brought by'I One proposal grants a vested I to ask questions. aid! on his jump shots and the .1>I) FOR BHIUFORD COUNTY, close and abandon those portionsof !! and be heard at the time and place

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i the Houston Texas Gas & Oil Co. right to a deferred pension to I Ii FLORID three unused platted streets above specified.Dated
Bradford boys pulled away to a and this February J, US,.
In re: Estate of hereinafter described. renounce
involved about 2;;i i employees having 15 years or more I Present to answer questions be .
I and originally big lead. FLORENCE J. MOORE and disclaim any right of the City (S) T. C. Hazen Jr
\ parcels" of land. Several settlements -i with the company whose employment -!side Haas and Avery was State of Starke and the public in and to Chairman. City Council
for the
HobS scored 27 points diseased.MITICK
have been made since the is terminated. These peni -! Executive Officer. Admiral C. E. TO ("REDITORIAll the' land lying within said' portions Attest:
I i night, 25 of them in the last half. creditors of the estate of of said streets; said portion of (S) Carl Johns, City Clerk
suits started and at the present I ions will 'be payable at age 65 to I Ii Aldrich. Aimond Rivers continued his fine Florence J. Moore, deceased are said platted streets being described It 'bg.

I time there are only nine parcels i employees terminated with at least The County Civil Defense Council backboard play and added 18 hereby notified and required to

j in Bradford County and two in 15 years. and at age 60 to those is made' of county commissioners file any claims or dt'mand"hi<-h .
I I up all points to his total. Wayne Collett they may have against said estatein
I Union that remain to be condemned. j I having at least 30 years with tne and mayors of the four a sharpshooter. was the big scor- the office of the county judge of Sell It Rent ft Trade

..!I company. The present plan,makes cities in the county W. T. Jack- i Bradford County Florida in the
er of the night. hitting on 16 courthouse at Starke. Florida. with.
I I I No one appeared at the heanng i'rio provision for such vested pension son of Starke M. O. Harrell of I field goals and two free shots in eight calendar months from the

last week to contest Houston'sright rights. Brooker, Charles Shuford of Law- date of the rim publication of t

to bring the suits. A second liberalization offers a,jtey, and M. L. Watterson of for 34 points. this notice. Each claim or demand WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
: andTuesdjy must be in
: retirement option to 15-year em-!1 The games Friday. Monday. the writing and must state
pla of
[ Hampton. e residence and
post-
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTI ployees who are within 10 :years:,' nights will almost close 'office addre.-s of the claimant and :

I LATTER. DAY SAINTS j of retirement and who are about.: Deputy Director is Robert H. out home: play for this season.I''j: must be sworn to by the claimant) 20 WORDS OR LESS, O.* !..**!.. (Ml.l..m Ch.rg.) .Tf
1 1 I Mclntire executive manager of After the conference tourney next|I his age.lt. or his attorney. or It I
i Services each Bandar in old to be terminated for some reason will become void EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 39 -_ _- 4e Per W.r
law. ,
according to
S 1 I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday I other than discharge or resigna- 1 the Chamber of Commerce. Other weekend the teams will close out February 4. 1959. 30.% DISCOrXT-OS REPEAT INSERTIONS! !SAME AD

| School 10 a. m. Sacrament tion. Such employees may choose heads of services are: Aministrator the season with three road trips
I Service 6:30 Everyone wel. an immediate but lower : Charles Darby: Public Rela and one home game with Green CVoil R. Moore
p. m. j pension Executor of the .
Estate of :
: Plan- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1. fn laek First Ia.ertl..
come. i instead of the vested right to a tions. Mrs. Alice McGarvey; Cove Springs.Highland; Florence J. Moore, deerased3 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATEO OXE Oft MOHK TIMES

I' deferred pension. I ning Training operations Harmoni :- 4t.26 $1.00

Morgan: Supply. Mrs. A. D. Cros- I .- T. Ie W.r..) _
w. c. T. y. I A third change allows an em- i League CARDS OF THANK (l> --- p.ae
IN THE CIRCUIT COI-RT. RR %DFOHII 4 O. .
by: Safety. P. D. Reddish; Health OVER 50 WOBn! t r. w..i
| ployee retiring with pension under (orT, .'I.ORIO.IS

I'M ON' :MY WAY TO "THERE IS NO EFFECTIVE normal age or voluntary pro- I Service. Jack Trawick; Medical Bowling ResultsThe CH I>CIRI: MEMORIAL! AND RF.! OLrTlONS --------------- 4 Ce.t, Per W.rWANTED .

"DOLLAR DAYS"STARKE LEfiAL; CONTROL OF TUB LIQUOR :i \isions of the plan to provide reg- I Service. Dr. A. Y. Covington: En- Case No. 12-701 -- .
Administration team in the Harry Davis. also known Hen Waitress.
I I as Experienced'
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IS FEB. 13. 14 TRAFFIC: IT* ONLY RESTRAINT ular monthly income to a survivorof gineering. Carl Johns; Trans- I r) Davis. Plaintiff, Apply B & O Restaurant. Phone "0

IS THE REFUSAL OF his choice by electing to re- portation X. M. Smith: Attack Highland Plant bowling leagueof vs 4-"." 1Irlllr .\. J. THOMAS REALTORS

i PEOPLE TO DRINK." I I ceive a smaller pension during his Warning Sen-ice. Sam Zack: the DuPont Company remamed I *Ada Helen Morrison Ruchanan)Davi also knowna I 5 N, TfMBlrReseral .''''..f'
Uavis, Def..ndant. -
(XTIOX.L'OICI' -:.) I lifetime. I Man-power B. T. Thomas; Communications irt top position this week with a TYPEWRITER AND Trlt'ltlt..e :\.. WO 4.:51.:

I I Another liberalization provides H. A. Bishop; LIason total of 10 points. NOTICE TO In'E'"D ADDING MACHINE
William Smith had the high IN THE ;NAME; OF THE STATE
j! that pensions be calculated on the I with federal agencies. Mrs. Rhoda OF FLORIDA: BARGAINS Real Ratal New Pr..rII. >
BY WILLS L CTRIC
SfKVICf !i basis of the average of the em- I Z. Dampier; Welfare Mrs. Edward series for the night last Friday. To: Ada Morrison Davis. also ... AppraUals. RvalaatUa..
.. with a 511. Earl Owen had high known as Helen Buchanan Davis TRAVELRITER
REMINGTON
j ployee's highest 10 years' earnings I Burns: and legal. A. J. whose
rei-idence is
t I[ game with a 209. Warehouse had unknown: ltpo.seii.4d Like >*w)
LIFETIME I with du Pont. At present they i Thomas Jr. You are hereby notified that a .
I RE'lt. 2.43: !Sfllln f r 79.9H
high team series with 1861. suit in
are calculated on the basis of his equity in which the relief

Guaranteed !I earnings for the last 10 years before I Resuts: of the third week: sought Is divorce, has been filedsgaini.t SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC
jou by Harry Davis also ANYTHING WRONG At. TOFRLe
I retirement. Tax CollectorAsked Pins Points known as henryflavts'i, the PORTABLEReg. IIOUSIf

MUFFLERSHOW The du Pont Plan is noncontri- Maintenance 1797 3 above named Court and ('"aU8tand :iS. .3Marhlne I"% DI.t < I'a Fix If.
1699 1 you are summoned ordered and required OrJl.DI REMODELING
butory: the company pays the To Remit Accounting to file ..
your written answer Sith-C.rwa .. .Il'.IB PAINTING \VIRI\G DPPLI.N"F.
full cost and employees make no Warehouse 1861 3 "f defenses to the Complaint in office de_o. tr.l..r) .\ HCPAOUPh

contribution to it. Engineering 1692 1 I said cause in the office of the un- 1It'... 9.65-Sidllag: for fcZ.34 lI.fl.f.d'. G..r.......
Every INTERNATIONAL Funds Due Jan. 15 Administration 1728 3 .
Stockholders will vote on the I Stark*. Florida on or before the BRADFORD COUNTY Itch*

PARTS MUFFLER a unconditionally proposed changes at the annual Welding Shop 1664 1 9.h day rf March.. A. D. 1959.! and TELEGRAPH
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guaranteed for the meeting April 13 and. it approved. The Board of County Commissioners The teams bowl each Friday t.Knight.serve plaintiffs aor, there attorney on Hollis whose V. NOW. The ultimate. In prestige. 560 i.

UFE of the vehicle on which it i they will take effect on the date. has given Tax Collector J. night at the Palm Lakes Bowling address is 1SI W. Call Street ENGRAVED business cards $LOS

The proposed changes will apply R. Kelly until Keb. 15 to remit Alley on Cassat Ave. in Jackson- Starke Florida on or before said KEROSENESMOKELESS (price includes plate). Never before.
\. Itutdlled.I date as required by the Laws of engraving at this low price.
-. i, only to employees retired or ter- $3.213.40 due the Commission on ville. Florida and Rules of Court. It you ODORLESS Bradford County Telegraph If

\ minated after that date. Jan. 16 from 1958 funds collected fail to do BO. a decree pro confessowill

ci.a ; .TESTED. AmOVED I according to a letter written toMr. be er.tered against you for the 15.9 Per Gal FOR SALE
Change ProposedIn relief
AND LISTED IV demanded in the Complaint.
Kelly by the ''board.In This Selling one lot of used screen
VNDfRWRITERSii HELP WANTED? notice shall he publishedonce
AT YOUR IMPERIAL doors for $1.00 each. First come
My verses ctanga IABORATOUES reviewing reports of expensesand City's SystemOf a week Bradford for four consecutive' first serve parbecue grates Ms

Just lih th.weather Let C of C Office receipts of all county officesat RegistrationCity graph.weeks in commencing the not County less Tel than SERVICE STATION 34 300. All kinds uf used; building

its Monday meeting. as requiredby ::o days before supplies. Reasonable boors Win
My prices areAs said return day.
Know Your Needs dows
North Plumbing supplies and fix
301 Starke
law the board noted that. the Witness my hand and the seal of Hiway -
low as ever. voter, registration books tures. Used tin crap iron. Odd lots
said Co.irt at Starke.' this
ii The Chamber of Commerce employment money due had not been remitted.A will be cpen most of the year if ::rd day of February A.Florida D.Ts., of 4-4001.lumber W. Jackson cheap. Call Tranfer.Woodland ask

Whether you are rewiring your old "clearing house" idea is copy of the report was for- a bill being prepared by city attorney CHARLES A. DARBY for Mr. mI m..lt. Located behind

house or wiring a nw one, you catching on, according to Kobert warded to Ray E. Green State A. J. Thomas Jr...at the CIRCUIT Clerk COURT of said SEAL Circuit) Court Big Dad Mfg. Co. tfchg

want quality at a low price.<< Call Mclntire executive-director but Comptroller. request of City Council is passedby Ky Marian L. CrosbyDeputy FISH SHRIMP FREE-.Double cyllnd.r book up

U. for th6 finest service here so far things are a little one sid- the legislature. I Clerk for cost of gas ONLY. Slade Gas Co.
%.S 4t %-%i OYSTERSFish
the price is right! i fed. it seems. Cattle TestingTo At present the registration tfrhr.

Free! Installation Mr. ilclntire said his office had books are open about 30.days during NOTICE OF i.F.<;isi.vnoi! Dressed If Desired FOR SALE-Good Bermuda ana

ELECTRIC had far more applications for worK Get Under WayIn July and August when many TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Prevatt Fish Market Eahia Grass Hay-'!. H. l' rguson,
NVtice is hen-by of
given Intention
SERVICE i, than there are jobs to .be filled. County Soon citizens are on vacation. The to apply to the199 Session of the Lawtey. ftp 3-12

SUNOCO ,i He would like for all employers new system will patterned on Florida Legislature for passage of 617 E. Brownlee St.

24 HR COMMERCIAL 8 HOUSEHOLD I; to call the Chamber when they About 40 members of the Farm that used by the County and an act the to allocate a sum of money Ph. WO 91091WE FOR SALE 3 b.drootllmallOnat'J'
by County Commissioners' (
orthe
FIXTURES and SUPPLIES ,j have for employment ot hooFe. Chain link fence. (II W.
Station I openings Bureau and Cattlemen's Associ- registration will be open most of purpose of advt'rllslng.and Pinewood Dr.
Service
Contact Hugh L. Hut-
Phone WO 4-4921 j'I any kind. ation attended a joint meeting in the year except for time for legal promoting Rradford County Florida. HAVE a new loan program for son. 31( W. Pine wood Dr., Phone
.
E.CALL ST. STARKE FLA. Fla. Mr. Mclntire also said that the the courthouse last Friday night 22-5 4t 2-26 farmers.' Loans oL 1 to & years \V04-3t7l. t Up-
213 452 N. Temple Starke. I Ii piocedures. for the entire credit require !!

j Chamber has about exhausted its I when a film on Brucellosis and its l\ rOI''TInJG.' ./ COURT IN ments of the farmer and his fam INCOME TAX SERVICE

listing; for rental property and Invites economic importance was shown. In The Court Of The County Judge. .\\IJ FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, ily. Gainesville Production Credit
((1II Hradford foantr. Florida. I. I'r.- FLORID Association VO Horth Main. PHONE W04-IIB3 521
l\len"s Clothing all owners of houses apartments W. Pratt !St.
Representatives of the Florida Oalnrsville. Fla. tfch
batr. Call after S
I In re: Estate of p. SB. Madr-FrMay.
ALVAREZ' STORE( Established 1894 I. I or rooms to list them at Livestock Board and the USDA In re': Estate of Mary Eldora FLORENCE J. MOORE All day Satardaa.

j, once. He said there should be an I Animal Disease Eradication Ser- Clark. Dtrrawd. d"f'a qf'd. RADIOS REPAIREDAll C. 1-:. Hatcbea
Hake AU M.deIa
increased demand for accommOda- To all cTfditors and persons haying NOTICE OF, PROBATE chg. I.'
| vice explained the program of claims or demands against aid TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED: le..a.le CIa.pcu p.raate"

i! tions here in the next few weeks Brucellosis testing and calf vaccination estate: IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT MIKPHERirs!..... Greta.RADIO Owaerttt TV Far Sale us Beautiful Klaxilry Laka
a? pipeline construction crew You and each of you are hereby : One .f t". banes
workers gas into this area.MAYOR'S that is now under way notified and required to present You are hereby notified that a W. Call M.Starke Fla.Phoae' WO4- MI Five bedrooM year ...... home .r
move in 26 Florida counties.In any claims or demands which you. written instrument purporting to 1w. Wdraoni bvagalow. Kajoy aaa4fUhlBK.

only 7irfont or either of you, may have againstthe be the last will and testament!! "f l GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations ....t..c. water .. rt*. Call
order for a county to qualifyfor estate of Mary Eldora Clark said dei-edent has been admitted' to with double envelopes 100 ..r mvr T. H. Blade. Ctebg 2-J. ,

with COURT the program it must have deceased, late of said County, to I probate in this court. You are her- for J21.95. Bradford ConrT Telegraph -
I long-wearing FIRESTONE the County Judge of Bradford Count by commanded within six calendar tf SAWS FILED and all old saws reconditioned -
the of 75 cent of
On tEe docket of Mayor's Court cooperation per Florida. at his office in the courthouse months! from RUBBER-X gives you so many were four cattle owners representing more of said County at Starke, publication of this notice to appear FOR RENT-Furnished first floorapartment. delivered.. Phone WO 4-1441 CalvInJohns.

Monday morning than 50 cent of the cattle in I Florida. within eight calendar in this!! court and show cause<<, *. Close in desirable lo 3t'hg5
more safe driving miles! I charges of public intoxication one per .! months from th.* time of the first if any you (can why the action of cation. All convenience W. H. PUREBRED

disorderly conduct, and one reckless the county. It was announced that publication of this notice. Each this court in admitting said will to Notlman. 228 W. Madnon St. Wcnjf Puppies $f5. Wormed.WALKER healthy HOUM, 12

around 300 cattle owners in claim or demand shall he in writing probate should" not stand unreyoked. weeks old. P. K. Morder or a. H.
driving charge. FOR SALE OR TRADE SVven hog
and shaH state the place of residence .
I Pleading guilty to public intoxication Bradford County have already : and post office address of Theron A. Yawn do!!:!!. Take' yonr pirk at t2Z fOIL Albert Gillfgan." Phone Al's Track OR6S41.Mop., Itch IfignSprings ?
been to the claimant and shall be toby Oriffis, Rt. 1 Box 130. Starke.
s1.t. contacted and agreed sworn County Judge Bradford County
H. M. Byrnes and .
I were
,oW a 4tp 2-5
I- 1 the claimant attornE'Y.and .
start as agent. Florida REWARD
7 participate. in the andit
Prices James B. Bates. Sentence of each program, .
_ any such demand not so filed Iy CI') Ketty A. Phillip. ClerkS FOR SAT.K FI"'ren_ Oil Heater Information on return of White
H_ was a fine of $27 or lIve days. j is estimated that they repre- shall be void.Eva :- 4t %-!* ,II.OIIJ/ :T.U. Kxcellent condition and Liver Bird Dog lost Sunday,

Harry Davis forfeited bond ot |> sent around 85 per cent of the I I Clark, Also Burnham Hadiator style ,;Iff- Jan. n in vicinity of lnrke E1flgtoos.
As executrix of the Last Will andTstament .
112'I ("%I.E. FOR BID" trio Heater like new Phone WO Contact Pnrke Ellington,
S / S27 and Walter Eldred Lott of VSl: \;I cattle in the county. of Mary Eldora Clark.dl''t'as..d. TilE BOARD OF OOl'XTT COMMISSIONERS 4.42: ttrhlP PhoneVO 4-8011 or WO 9-1081.

by not appearing on charges of !j i An intensified program of testing OF BRADFORD 4 tchg 2rl3FOK
I' First publication Feb. 5. 1S59.!
W.'N TEl
public intoxication.The and vaccination will get underway Cor.NTY FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE
25 4t :-%I$ 1,1..c. Home (; ,
Sc r.pr..at' IfXT-t:
bedroom
: ; SEALED BIDS AT 10:00 furnished
6.70.15oc"\ .4f! conduct ruve later. It R..Hie. sad !Small Farm
disorderly by lighting I|I was announced. O'CLOCK ON THE MORNING OF house. <14 N. Church St. ftp %.1%

.. charge was against George i! however that Dr. R. S. Mullins Ira roantr Judge'. Court. I. Am* MARCH 2. 1t! ;)'. IN THE COURT STROI'T Ilt\RELTYJOJINIE ..:>. Res.P. .. .
)1.11 Si. Kwr Bradford ( ....c,. Florida.In I ROOM. 'ot'Xn-IO karat gold Owner
IX THE COUTHOUSE FOR ring.
Pinkerton Kendrick who did not | is authorized to provide this ser- O. B.., .107. ""larke. Fla:
I Proportionately% thv1J RE: Etat of Mary Eldora I REPAIRS AT THE. COUNTY may have by identifying and pay
__ and forfeited bond of $Z7. I vice without to the Pb.ae 110 KZK1I21Z: log .
appear charge advertising
now. Clark, deceasedMJTICK i(COURTHOUSE FOLLOWS: Itrtift "cost." Apply at Tele-
_ _ _ _ _ __
!
Ezra Olen Bagwell. charged with ;i owner, if any owner has cattle OF PliORlTK- I Painting and patching of walls ... graph. itch*

: reckless driving also forfeited rounded and would like the
up FOR T-KlnllIl.y ake all year FOIl TKADE-17 acres of land on

bond of $27.Booster. work done now.Rotarians around. :3 bedroom furnIshed house. good road twelve acres o( this -I*
.d ., ? Inquire Roiwnber Furniture Store. lxtt..rn. gas electric, telephone
: '
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.t Eking Scriptures tyuntn
.. I by Jack \ ZtrhK 1-ZS good water. Ten miles tl) Spencer)
Club in Hoaif ('ounty. For house and lot
Profile Of Power
Heari FOR SALK-: oven. 4 burner range ..r scenEs in or near Starke. In
.oor; -' ---------.-- white. elctri Very Rood condi the oil belt. Write to Joe Fields.
j
Meeting TonightThe i Dr. Smith Discuss 1. 'It NQwUNOHiM'TRrb: tion. $$11. C I... Tiilfonl. 4134: Keystone Harmony West Va. Itchg 2-19.
I I I 3l.E'IODOEXCEElN64 ) Height Fla JtrhJ
WHITE as 4.70.1 Bradford County Booster '
Tou ed type Radiation Fallouti ABUt.'DANTIY .A GW.4U.'TW .
low 1595 Club will meet tonight (Feb. 5)) at i t: M A5KCV7HiI(.; FOR RENT;; -Houke -pin ; apartments TWO COTTAGES to rent at Helll -

SIDEWALLS '", J S in the BHS 1 .A cccN6'7 U I light and water. furnished. l hrc.na.\>prlng: Three Room. and
as Music
p p.m. Building. i effect of radiation fallout : ''THIJ' WORgIT1 IN US.E"lI.1. .Mr?. J. I:. Bullington. JIO N. CherrySI bath. furnished. Modern kitchen

i All members are urged 'toy President -I ion present and future generations &- I ItrhKFOR equipment. Reasonable rt"nt.1.. T.

Art Holliday to attend this Qnigley
,
was discussed at the Rotary Club SALE 3 lots 60. x In;;' each.
important meeting.TOU'LL Innnlre fIS: W Lafayette St. Up T AGRICTL1TRAL
I'Wednesday by Dr. Richard T. ..
DODD'S FIRESTONE STOREPhone ; *.%I.ES 'REPRESENTATIVE
Smith. head of the Departmentof FOR SALE Deluxe C'omblnatl..1baby ".e a man to work In this
carriage. ba,,-inet and bed.
car with
area our district
Pediatrics at the new Univer- manager In
$1000 like sew. line plastic. bahr dir< WO 4-3S61 528 S. Walnut St. LOu.e new Eaten sity of Florida School of Medi bed mattress hardly ned $.CO.. work*for-nation's largest and service most

brook purse-size fountain pens Is ikT Ralph Nettles.' Rrooker. phone 2111. respected company in the field.1 Our

Starke. Florida pastel shades. Only $3." at Brad cine.Dr.. Smith who at 34. is the ? ; --- ltD average" representative is earning
ford ,,0' per year. Company representative -
County Telegraph. FOR SALE--1 Chihuahua puppy. 3
youngest full professor of medicine : will work and train new
months old. $!S. Phone WO 4-4S3.
men. .Essentials desire
in the nation said that are: to move
Itp ahead to know farmers and growers .
science has not yet determinedthe fn the area and to own a late
MARY CARTER SAYS FOR RENT-4 room furnished model car. Age no limit. For
: degree; of radiation from a- personal
hoo** ?M South Water. Mrs. O. interview write fUlly to John
tomic and hydrogen bomb explosions U H a"!I II. ltchgIJSTRiaclc House' Manager "Na-Churs" Plant

Paint Your House that is dangerous to the uyA Fcod Co.. P. O. Box 1J1S, WinterGarden. t,
Persian! cat from 511
HALF-PRICE human body. but said that thereis' -V Church St. If found rail W. 11.Io4.ei.4I Fla. Itch

Now For an element of danger in any J Ph WO 4-1I!!! ItrheFOCXD SALESMAN WASTED

amount of radiation. He said. -Boxer' Bull dor. male. RAWLEIGII BUSINESS NOWOJ'ES'
inN.: Artacbna Co.
however Owner may have by 1 identIfying and Excellent
U1H that the risks involved
opportunity. See Frank W.
EVERY Matsey.
paying board and
must be weighed in the light ofadvant.Eges ('("'Act Cite Poll -".advertising Itchir cost.! P O. Box 74. Anthony, Fla. at one.
or writ Rawlelgh'a D-pt. PAB
from the
gained use
SECOND %;8.1.,. Memphis. Tetin. 2tp-2ll2
\II11fH'1url .
Minnows and
o' blnn r8-
weapons and medical treat-
Earthworms For Sale. Atlantic Service -
GALLON FREE ments involving radiation.Dr. Station! Temple Ave. Curtis Ak- CITRUS. hearing sixes container
grown. Also Plum Carner
Smith was selected by the rid-a Itt) Apple.
OH Pear Hood and P win, FIe
U. S. Chamber of Commerce as FOR SALE 2 bedroom frame Grapevine. Persimmons etc. EveIgreens.

Free Parking QUART one of the ten outstanding men house" porch partly enclosed and Shade Trees' Camellias over
unroom. Rig yard partlY fenced. 400 rarletled. Azalea, ftae ni.....
in the U. S. for this He is
year. Drew F. Reddish. J71 N. Cherry St. full of bud and bloom.,.See our

PRICES START AT $2 QUART, $5.98 GALLON the author of 44 research publications ; pt...n. WO 4-07SI 2trhr plant for quality. We are located
II mile
rast_,of
Keystone .
and belongs to 14 pro- HelrM.
FOR on Hlwav 104. Thousands
REtModroom houseon of .
: fessional and honorary societies. Sponsored members of the Madison Rd. No. 1C In Hellbronn Springs O'.Cam** 'Nor *ry..rT h0;plant.0. un.
by
li- .. 353; N. Temple Ave. Starke Ph. WO 4-8565 The speaker was introduced by Street Baptist Church section. J. W Catkins. Rt. 2 Box 4-429S.! Florahome. Fla ne

900 block west madison >::. Starke. j |n ... ,, .. ..q' If J
Clyde Terwillegar, who had
NO MONET DOWN _
charge of the program., Narcissus For Rale-It for S doi. Washing Machine **"'Itb
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Urs. J. H. Yields ltch. flIER'L *ow at APAGE -

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YYYYWYYYY YYYYYYYYYYYT1 ''iMosley and daughters Mr. and Craft and family. ton. Va.Misses. Saturday guest of Betty Jean. fish fry at the. ccomranity center' Bin Oliver Cuyles' oldest daugh chicken yard growling. We-

i Mrs. Carl Mosley and family of Miss Carolyn Smith and June Edna Sanders Ethel Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstons Saturday night It was sponsored ter called: on the Stricklands thought it was another dog he
LAWTEY j Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brown entertained about 20 of and Darlene Bennett of Seville and family and Mrs. Ruby Allen by the: Brooker Baptist Church Sunday Jan. 251 and found Bes- was after. We didn't say anything

i I Forman of Miami, Mrs. Morirs I their friends with a party at the were weekend guests of Mr. and and family were Sunday luncheon We wish to thank Mrs. Malcolm sie in feed again. petting her I to Jim. he is so very deaf we can
If j Mr Joyce T. htell j(Carter, Mrs. Johnny Cowart, Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith Mrs. Harry Wilkerson and daughter. guests of 'Mrs. Earl Tetstone of HarreU and the ladies on her ",,.-orr -" >me heart." :here' anything chased before wean

Fieemin Crosby Grannie Car- on Friday evening. Gainesville. Later film Rev. and Mrs. Chism called on g i him to understand what
in
AA A A AAA A-A A A A A A A A&& the evening a was
&&&&&& II michael Mrs. Bill Green and 't .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton Mr. end Mrs. D. A. Jones and Mr. And Mrs. Geo. Tetstone and shown. "A Cry In The Night' the Stncklands one day last wt are talking about. We laid
Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Gaskins. and Mike and Newman daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Carl lour work
Mrs. Theopolis Red- sons Terry family were Sunday luncheon showed the work being performed week. down got. flashlight
dish and Mrs. Laura Griffis of Jacksonville of Jacksonville visited the I Carter in St. Augustine, last ''went
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Har- were guests of Mr. Byrd Mrs. Ruey Tet- La the Orient and the mission Susie Padgett tells us she hash to see what dog was after
ley visited Mrs. A. J. Starling a; was the Friday guest of Flank Cruce family on Sunday Saturday for a visit with Mr. and stone at Jacksonville. work that is still needed badly. .d an extra "dose" of the flu vouldn't turn on a port-h light
the home of I Mrs. Senie Prevatt aftern.on. Mrs. Paul Dinkins. to fear of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph : chasing whatever he
Town News this
Juanita Drawdy was the weekend winter instead of having it
Higginbotham in Baldwin on I Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Todd and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and chil- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin _The Bradford County Recreation -I I once and stopping with it as the ':was after. Went to him-and he'had
Sunday. :i visited Mr. and Mrs. Shad family were weekend guests of dien of Wildwood are visiting her Stokes recently.Mr. Committee met at the has always done before she has i' tackled a big full grown possum -

Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bell of ;.Thompson in Lake Butler on Sunday Mrs. Richard Coleman and Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred I and Mrs. Floyd Parrish and Biooker Community Center 'had I, it three times this winter' and was really giving: it a
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. !! afternoon. and Mrs. L, Coleman of Pensa- Moore. They were all in Gaines-l!family and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thursday night for the purpose Locks like she would learn to let good tussel. We went back to the

Glenn Crews and family of Starke,j' Josie Starling with Mr. and cola.Mrs. ,i ville Sunday afternoon to help Parrish and family and Myra I of learning the program planned i J I srch .hings as the flu go on by beck porch got a hand ax and
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Ellery Starling and family Howard Norman and family little Jeff Torode celebrate his Parrish were Sunday guests oi I for each town in 1959. i ir j I: her! "mt oath. and killed the possum

Mrs. Commodore Crews and: of Glen St. Mary were in Ocala spent Sunday with Mr. and first birthday with a party at the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pamsh of r A few cf the town personnel We have been unable to attend for the smart dog. brought: It to

daughter. "en Sunday to help their parent, Mrs. Carlos Rosier in Raiford. home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville. i was present and the program was church for two Sundays (twe still the house and showed Jim what

Miss Jo Ann Rafuse was a celebrate their wedding anniver- Honor Roll Period Billy Torcde. Norma Jean Parrish was the cf interest to all. Brooker will go j|II have a heart!I so we have but Bessie and the dog had done1 H"
weekend guest of her cousin. Miss:, Fnding January 29, 1959 Mrs. Dewey Price and sons cf weekend ;guest of Gale Andrews. ahead with the program planned'' little to tell about. We do not cleaned Mr. Possum to cook for
Margaret Miles in Lake Batler. sary.Mrs.. Catherine Hopkins of,I Plant City were Sunday overnight Mr. and Mrs. to the the dog and rat's Sunday dinner
First Grade Mike Norman- Edd Poik and sons complete play equipment. have many visitors :and it scans
Miss Sylvia Morris of Starke Cumb:rJand. Wis. is here for a I Regina Gladieux. guests of her brother-in-law and visited Mrs. Faye Johnson andchildren started in the park. After the '! that the ones who do come to see ar.d they enjoyed their all-day
spent Sunday with Miss Alice visit with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Star- ?undav dinner. We do not call
sister, Mrs. Walter : Second; Grade Brenda Ben- in Waldo Saturday night. meeting refreshments of cake and : us do not know any more than we
R&ulerson. Buchhdtz: ling Jr., as she was en route to this a :hunt on our part. it seem
Mr. and coffee served Ernest
nttt Linda Mrs. Perry Osteen ofNewberry were by Mrs. do-that amounts to nothing -
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and Mrs. L. C. King and Mrs. Erlie Darline, Craft.Connie Priscllla Eunice. Waycross Ga.. where she and Mr.' visited the Edd S. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle. 'so we can not tell you much. We the possum was doing the hunt
Smith. Tanner
sons had as guests during the I Padgett carried Mrs. Ida Padgett.j I Dianne Teston. Bonnie Baxley Price will make their future home. Polks recently. numbers of the local Garden ,can tell jou -Saturday nightwe IT!?-and got caught at it. But It
Mr. and Bill Green and
Mrs.
weekend Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I to Tallahassee on Wednesday j I Nella Kirkland. Arlene Vanzant Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stokes of Club. were crocheting and we heard seems hIS was too much for us
Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Fay t I where she will spend sometime (Stanley Crawford. Andy Padgett daughter were in Jacksonville on Edgar visited the Edd Polk family Club News the dog run around the house we could not go to church Sun
to meet Mrs.
Durban of Jacksonville. Raymond! with her son-in-law and daughter Sunday morning and Mrs. The Executive '
j: I Rosa Drawtey and Board of the
I I Steven Rosier. Charles Smith. growling. He ran on into the day!
Lester Minton and they
son as
Durban had the misfortune to, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carr. I I I.family Monday. Bicokir Garden Club will meetat
break his arm while } Misses i I Third Grade Brenda Jones arrived from their home in In- -
practicing I Betty and Yvonne Gas- Those home for the Spring vacation Community Center Monday
basketball on Thursday afternoon. !Wns! of Jacksonville Mr. and:!! Sharon Tatum Betty Jo Sapp dlanapt'l:is. Ind. from the University of night Feb. 9 at 7:30 to plan the. That's Our BusinessIf

Mrs.. James Waters and sons: Mrs. J. B. Gaskins. and Miss Ber- i j j:Shirley Clark. Deepest sympathy is extendedto Florida are Terry McDavid. Annette activities of the club for the regular -
and her parents Mr. and Mrs. !n'ce Privett helped Miss Geraldine I II j I Fourth Grade ....:.. Eddice Cruce the family! of the late Mrs. Eva I Green and Barbara Sue meeting Thursday nigh.; i It's Glass We Have 1&1!

Buford Higginbotham of Maxville I Starling celebrate her birthday Janet Brown. W. E. Gault Jr.. Griffis Smith. Davis. Jan. 12.The I CALL WRITE or VISIT

visited Mrs. Quincy Adams in anniversary at the home of he Jeanette Griffis. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Griffis of Mr. and Mrs. Garden
: M. F. Hazen of I Club is having r
Middleburg on Sunday.Our I parents: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fifth Grade -Bonita Green Jacksonville spent Snuday with Starke visited the Clyde Cones work shop at the home of Mrs. I Joe Peters Glass Co.
Karen Lee Libby Smith Judy Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilkersonand
Lawtey Junior High Bas- Starling on Saturday evening. Saturday afternoon.Mr. Ann Kleinman Jan. 10 under the
ketball boys defeated Baldwin at Mrs. Glenn Shuford and son Bennett, Julius Eunice Jeffrey family. and Mrs. Bobby Jones are direction of Mrs. Charles Know- NEEDWe
FOR GLASS
ANY
a game in the Starke gym on and Mrs. Hester Hicks spent last Floyd Johnny "TyeLarry Glad- Venue Padgett and daughtershad the proud parents of a little girl les of the Par-tory Garden Club
Thursday afternoon. The score I i Wednesday with ieux. as guests Mr. and Mrs. J. D. born Design Modern Store FronUJust
Mr. and Mrs. Jan. 16 in the Alachua General -'o: New Jersey. All members are
Sixth Grade Bonnie Prevatt. Davis and family of Jacksonvil I Mail Us A Pattern for
was 47-27. with
Charles Smitn I I Jimmy Hogan in Jacksonville.Mr. Hospital. asked to be present. The time is
I' scoring 16 points. Billy Anders 91' and Mrs. R. E. Lee and Elaine' Redding Carol Jean MOS- Mr. rnd Mrs. Donald Ballentineof Mr. and Mrs. Sorrellnd I 10 to 12 a. m. Table Tops

and Jimmy Waters 8. :family had as Sunday guests Mr. ley Alma Jean Prevatt. Jacksonville visited the Leon daughter Deborah Lynn of I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-JS53
\ We are glad to report that Mrs. I and Mrs. T. English of Jackson- Seventh Grade Juanita Grif- Wilkersons and Mr. and Mrs. D sonville visited Mr. and Mrs.Jack-I. evvvvvvvvvvvrynvvvvvvv.CLAY .
Lou Norman is much improvedand fis. Gwendolyn Tanner, Roy G. Wilkerson on Sunday. Dyle over the weekend.

was able to sit up this week. I i ville.Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice and Hundl?y.Eighth. I Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Barber and Melissa Ann Gano of Swan Lake HILL

Her guests during the week were Phil Eunice were in Maxville to Grade Jackie Bales. I fKmily of Jacksonville have pur- spent a few days with Mrs. R. F.
Mr.and: Mrs. Guy Harrison and I,I see J'm Baldwin on Sunday. Jc Ann Rafuse. Tommy Harle)'. chased the J. B. Dixon farm and Gano recently. by Mr*. J. L Htrirkinnrt

daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. S.a'A Mrs. Mattie Carter and family Richard Durban. have moved here recently. Thoma Those attending the County u&&&&& &&&&&&&&&A.AAAAA
and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carter Ninth Grade- William Patrick Fussell is staying with them. Council meeting at Lawtey from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin FOR EVERYWORTHWHILE

and daughter spent Sunday with Carol Fay Brarley Abbie Harley Mr. Barber is employed as a brick here were Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mrs.T. have moved back to our com-

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Polk and fam- Eiaine Harley.Mr. nason at Cecil Field. Their rental W. Markey Mrs. Iva Douglas. munity to what is known as the
I ily in Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt house is occupied by Mrs. Louise Mrs. Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. Chicken Farm, or Gladys Taylor's USE

Susie Jacobs of Milton i i> and daughter of Jacksonville Kirkland and family of Highland.Mr. Lottie Eawards.Mr. farm. ,

'I.vl5itingher son'inlaand spent} Sunday with his mother and Mrs. G. W. Durham and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Clarence Lang visited home i

daughter, Mr and Mrs. Carlton Mrs. Susie Prevatt.Mr. Richard Shepeck and daughter of Lake Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. folks a short time ago and his I *
and Wilbur Bell and visited Miss Eliza- I Furniture
Mrs. Jacksonville: T. W. Markey Sunday afternoon.Mr. Dad Richard returned to Tampa j
family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffis beth Terry and the Joyce Fut h and Mrs. Vernal Hunter of with Clarence to visit relatives
ar.d family and Tommy Griffis family on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Signature
Live: Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy and friends there for a few days
WILLIAMSJEWELRY : and daughter of Jacksonville John Shuford is visitingher Stokes and family of Starke visited He returned to Clay Hill a few
visited Mrs. John Bell and family son and daughterinlawMr. Mrs. H. E. Stokes Sunday. days a.o. I Auto
this weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford in 11
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler and Ted Manning came to Strickland's -|
I and Mrs. Dave Tanner and Moore Haven this week. *
children of Starke visited the Edd with a power saw and Real Estate
I family had as guests during the :, Wayne Massey son of Rev. and Polk family, recently. worked on the trees that Irving I
veekend Mrs. Marion Tucker and Mrs. A. E. Massey left Mondayfor
WATCHES DIAMONDS Mr. tnd Mrs. W. D. Cannon of Psdgetc: and his helpers cut and
family. Mrs. Mac Cathery and service overseas with the army.
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. L. C. believe me you could sure see in]I
REPAIRSAll family and Henry Tanner of He expects to be stationed in
r Kelley of Waldo. Mr. and Mrs: a shot t'me that some one had OWNFINANCE
Jacksonville. Germany. Sorrells of Jacksonville and Mr. been among the logs. Cut all he
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Work GuaranteedA. Mrs. Wiley Smith and familycf Friends of Mrs. O. J. Phillipswill
and Mrs. Geo. Rivers of Waldo, could manage with the power saw.
P Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. regret to learn that she is illat
C. Williams committee arid ,Howard Douglasand now we need a chain sawandsome
Rudy Higginbotham and daughter her home. We pray she will be the CO.
men on the fish fry com- on to use It-to work on
of Maxville visited Mrs. Nathan better soon. mittee for the work the remainder of the
I'M ON MY. WAY TO Starke, Fla. they did to logs. Any-
Starling this weekend. Theyall Mrs. Effie Miner was in Lees- make
"DOLLAR DAYS"IN the party a su'C''ss.Mr. way we have been having some
STARKE.-,FEB. IS. 14 \isjted,N than, Starling whois burg the first of last week to be and Mrs. Sorrells of Jacksonville rood to burn even if Jim has 111v.. Call St. Starke, Fla.
a patient! In University Hdspital with} ker daughter, Mrs. Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. had, toand is-splitting the, *-
- In Gainesville on Sunday. Wells. whO""nSflulte': 111. Quests Phone WO 4.9091
Rivers of Graham visited the C. S. blocks tnat are too large for the
Mrs. Madeline1 Prevatt and chil- c! Mn. Miner during the week telleys, Sunday fireplace as they are. '
dren from ''the State Farm spent ,were her daughter-in-law Mrs.: CHURCH NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinsonand
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Betty Miner and sons of Jacksonville About 100
If lost people attended a son Lenard, and Mr. and Mrs.
you Bradley and Willie Griffis. and Mr. and Mrs. James ..

Mr. and Mrs. C; B. Cannon and McKeithen of Stillman. N C. The i>: .
ome.e son of Jacksonville visited her McKeithens were with Mrs. Miner ,
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your
mother. Mrs. Mattie Hendersonon during Camp Blanding days.

,; ...would your insurance Saturday: Mrs. Roy Reddish of Webster i
.4 of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jack- were Thursday over night guests ( FoR I
cover today's cost rebuilding *
.... sonville were Saturday guests of cf his mother Mrs. Mary Reddish.
and refurnishing Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner and Mrs. Reddish returned home with gc

?Many families find that higher construction costs cannot family. I I them for a visit. ,e c'JP1l \ t

be met with proceeds from insurance bought several years Mr. and Mrs Lester McCullough I Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins had r ;

"0. Call us for a complete property insurance checkup. ."' and children of Hampton spent,' ar Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. r.
Sunday with the Rowell Prevatt Horace Cox of Lake Santa Fe. Z
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H. C. WALL% AGENCYSTARKE. femily.Bill Pendarvis. Misses Letha YY YYYYY.YYYYYYYYY. Ve, .

FLA.JUprJNMtinJ Bell and Bonnie Prevatt and Doris Is Headquarters This Year, I
Pendarvis carried Mr. and Mrs. BROOKERBy
Rudolph Prevatt to Jacksonville

dot Hartford Fire XnsumKc f/w .pI"Y" Saturday night where they caughta Barbara Sue Davie As Usual '
plane for their home in Arling-
I 'aaaaa..aaa.a.awuaaa.Personals .

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..f't; f' ** ,t'": .';::?* l\. FOR VALENTINE GIFTS

F r. .. .. '. :" ..... Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas of
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.. ;: .., ,, Lake City and Verner Hunter of ( (Ut (
3. f? .b ::j.j: "" ; :(<"'" ."":">>'< '><< ?gw.acx. s '.7w+waa 1 AT JACKSONVILLE PRICES
; Live Oak visited Mrs. Amanda 3, t \
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'iS'i:< Lewis Sunday.

You never Hadpowerful it so Mrs. Amanda Lewis Jean En- ;'1

dicott. and Lamar Hall of Hamp- -c.x Give Him AnELECTRIC
Rsaan Iii
ton visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen tie {/a/enfine9 !

% Lewis in Earltcn Beach Sunday _, ;
% Sunday afternoon. :ni i

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis '
and children visited Mrs. Eva RAZOR 1' i:11:

tf Wk *fis W *!l!" 00a ? + r.#' -.""" ,wws.E Crowl in Largo over the weekend t
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rvr ai.rxai:wsa tw.M wr Little Cathy and Eddie Lewisare -
;W<= .ttt:it u a a RONSON $19.95
\ ..r. spending a few days with Mr. f II

1 ..: .. ...t....< and l Mrs. Allen Lewis in Earlton $32.95. rif '
Reg.
', .. : "< .w.:<..< I 'I
'SJ ..;: ..=<,: .'.*';ok' /\ \ Beach. She will appreciate and enjoy using agift ROLLECTRIC $22.95 !
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Mrs. Wood and
:>;': $ Mr. and Lloyd line of all the
...d.x""Wv from our complete II"
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,.: son. Craig were weekend guestscf
e'-p "'- leading brands of Cosmetics. With or Without Old Razor
.the W. E. Bigham Jr. family If II

recently. SCHICK 17.50 up Always 11

Mr and Mrs. G. W. Davis. Bar- WATCHES & CLOCKS r..'
bara Sue and Dickie Davis were A WELCOME GIFT 1\11
the Sunday luncheon guests of NORRIS -:- WHITMAN'SHollingsworth \

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vickory in Ala- 25 Here are just a few of the famous

chua.Mr. $3. up' Large Assortment names found at our Perfume Counter Iii
and Mrs. Wilbur Barry of II
Fr Gainesville were Sunday guests COTYS REVLON
K, HEART BOXES I
of Mr. and Mr?. Lloyd Barry. CIGARETTE LIGHTERS
MAX FACTOR TABU
\ Miss Carolyn McDavid of G. S I J

-1_ C. W., Milledgeville. Ga. was visiting 50C TO $g.50 !

r i !:--- ? a her parents. Mr. and Mrs. $J.OO up FABERGE OLD SPICE III 1,1
i
( Fred.McDavid,. over the weekend ,

Mr.. tnd. .Mrs. Benny Waters of of PEN AND PENCIL SETS iil 1 I,
# Y > aS Apopka andjE4d, pruchfield ;
Gainesville were luncheon guests BILL FOLDS

of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin, Johnson. By SHAEFFER AND PARKER '
111'111'II
Monday. I !

t Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott visited $1.QO TO $10.00 FROM $| .95 TO $25 II,:,

100 PillS fort h. ultimate in luxury perfoneance.Choose Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of "

Over 100 odane plus! rjMorthwhflt protective the Mountie; Oak section over the
f L'.2 feature. :\ weekend.Mr. BEAUTIFUL VALENTINE CARDS FROM 5C TO $ i
J and Mrs. J. R. Mott and $1.00iii.
very best SUNK 3-0-::-a riper premium at ordinary premf: family vlisted Mrs. Brook Perry- !

price. Perfect fortoday'i.high_compression' gtfo- man of Gainesville Sunday.
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Rasa ene for mobiles. Truby Tetstone and Mr. and We have, three ,registered pharmacists on duty in *ri* sfvt eFKOCH'S Ki;MI I

MILEMASTf R-prernium performance, regular price. Mrs. Geo. Tetstone visited Mr. and order: to serve you best. Bring your prescriptions to ;
your car Mrs. Ruey Tetstone of Jackson- DRUG STOREANY kit" !,
Stepped octane and mileage! less and the best. vol.
vp power, ville. us. ,Pay get With our large ',

n Raiford Tetstone and daughter, ume of prescription-filling we bay most of our drugs DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED ;i':',:

SILCOX CITIES SERVICE Norma Jean visited Mrs.' Geo direct: from factory. Thus you are'assured of New, COMPLETE UNE <)F DXUGi SUNDtJE JiitjOWITJCS II'1'

: Tetstone over the weekend. Fresh Drugs for Less Money. Phone WO 4-4401 We Deliver Starke, Fla II
705 Betty Jean Allen was the recent
Temple Avenue Starke Fla
weekend
guest of Rosalie Robertson -
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, PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.- FLORIDA THrn D.\Y. FEBRUARY S. 19Z9
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THE'BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

editomi :I. -farmer's Diatywe I i U O.NSN) } the'Aftertrie"election" morning; business'of''Was'officers reom- ,EST. 1879

.- ,. r pJeted-a*a'cdver:dish luncheon 8 FLORIDA'S OLDEST' EEKLY NE" .
I II I 1By Sam rMcGant7 was"enjoyed ,'by' all'In'the'lafiernoon
"By'MrJ. Hirvey "SlcCarlfiy : PAPER PI'BLISRED CONTIXOCSLTlNPCR
z J ; session, Mrs. .

our- :; lning 301 South I Ii we\ remember last year when YAA..4.L1.6:...&... .. "6-a, Frances Ca mon.-=Health and'Edu. ..'11.'". Each Thar. *.* Eaferetf: THE.*8,Serad MR!: MASTHEAD.ClaM Matter

I '\\1-('-had practically a blizzard here. .cational Specialist with the 'Ex' aC the P.M Offirr .l Marke. FU. .drr Act .f Mar. .. IHTt.

!fakesStfptForw rd :id-i 'Folks' then said: "If it ever Howdy Neighbors' and a very tmlonservlce rof Tallahassee
; pleasant day to you and you and
warms we'll never ccmplain -
I up gave-Interesting talk on "Civil #
II about the heat again." especially; to you. Defen e" which -concluded: the -when' need'RELIABLE t
The four-Ianing'of 301 from Starke south II I *e '. '. Remember folks if you enjoy council 'meeting. you

tp the Alachua County line inched a bit closer 'Are there any ravens around 'good preaching and singing then

Monday when the Board of County'Commissioners 'I here? Old bird-watcher;; Sam has 'Keilbronn Church is the'place Demonstration'Au teem 01 interest Club'mem&ers'andfriends to all Home :

gave this project No. 1 priority on its want i a his eyes out 'for them, but he's for you. Rev Otis T. Jones, Pastor : Phelps of Jacksonville is : GAS SERVICE

list for 1959. f wondering if he can tell them renders inspiring messages having open house to all Home .

In taking this action the Bradford Commissioners The old-timey planting date of from crows or.fish crows. every Sunday morning end evening Demonstration clubs and other THINK OF
fast and .c with congregatioal singing of SLADE GAS
Feb. 14 is sneaking up
interested parties February 10th,
followed suit with theAla'chua County board
will be here before we know it. It's still wet on our place and the old songs everyone loves to '
at 7:30P.. m. There will be demonstrations
which likewise gave No. 1 priority to the four- Haven't locked up the signs for now that we have a longer road sing !ed'by Chorister, Russell
materialsand t
fabrics
laning of 301 from the county line to the south that date, so we can't pass along to highway, we can sympathize Redding assisted by Mrs. R. L. fashions.on TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

limits of Waldo. what phase the moon will 'be In with all those who get bogged Morgan. Jimmie Lee and cute little 'Mrs. E. L. Cox would like to PHONE WO 43551Ritch's '

'at that time.Speaking down in rainy spells or stuck in Ray Norman, with the talented -
When both of these stretches are completed, remind Heilbronn 'Home Demonstration -
the sand when Mrs Lamar Reddish at the
U. S. 301 will be four-laned from the Clay County its. dry. piano. Plus special singing offered Club members that the
of planting early reminds -
Club will meet in her home Febrrary -
line, above Highland, to Waldo, a distance of us of a story we heard this See ''where the folks out in the fcy'Mrs. Otis ,T. Jones, Mrs. Lamar

more than 20 miles. week I tno names, by special request vestern part of the 'state! "'are Reddish, Miss Joyce Morgan and ''bring 12.at some 'one 2 p.with m. Come you. and Fruit & Gifts .- Starke Ha;

Asa further improvement, SOI 'will undoubted ): A farmer around here was having: Rattlesnake Rodeo. :Miss Linda Gaskins. Satutday guest of Mrs. Tate

fixing to plant some green beanson They are offering prizes for the The biblical book of Genesis h "'
Iy'be straightened out through Starke to elimi- Crosby tfae Mrs. Leah Brown of
Feb. 14,when a neighbor came longest rattler, the one with the being studied and explained by --Jacksonville.
nate the two right-angle turns that have beena
said "Looks like it's most rattles and for the the Pastor every Wednesday even
UI." and : one Mr. And"Mrs. and
sore spot with motorists for Present Ray Morgan
years. ,mlghtly cold yet to be planting smallest snake. Only rule in the ing. Choir practice every Friday

thinking is that this can be done with a minimum .beans. Well, the farmer held off, contest which the rules make emphatic night ,also. The mid-week service daughter visited 'Sunday Linda with of White his Springs brother

of detrimental effect on business and individual and in about two weeks the is that the rattler must be acd choir practice both start at and'family,7Mr.-and "Mrs. R. L.Morgan. .

property interests in Starke. Indeed, with the neighbor's son came along and DEAD:!! 7:30: p. m. Come you and yours (

increased traffic that will be generated by the said: "You ought to see my Dad are always welcome at any ser Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johns' Sun .1a4

improvements on 301, it is likely that little if dy's beans. They're up and growing The way they get the rattlers vice.Mrs. day 'guests Vere their son Mr
!" out there is to locate gopher E L. Cox reports on the
good now a
any damaging effects will be felt, even by busi- and'Mrs. -Mo 1S Johns and children
S. hole where they see suns: of a Council meeting of all the'Home
nesses that think now they might be hurt by relocation of Jacksonville.Miss .
Demonstration Clubs which metin
Pop Moore used to say it was reptile, then pour a little gasoline 'Marilyn
'COx and Earl
of the highway, even for a short dis best to wait until the ground irto it by means of a short lengthof the home of Mrs. P.'F. Dinkins Norman'attended
the
tance. Increased traffic and general growth of of Tuesday of last week. wedding of
rarmed up before planting. According garden -hose and when Mr. Lawtey ''SuejBiggs'and; William Kei-

the community will largely take care of this sit to him f and he was one Rattler shoves his ugly head out, Meeting 'was caked. to order by kes In 'St. Petersburg :Saturday

uation, we believe. of the best growers around here], they promptly swat him good vice president Mrs. P. F. Dinkins evening. Miss .
Cox and Miss Biggs n+ a c t
the due to theabsence of the 'presi .
until .
it is better to wait t.I1a'
The Commissioners 'shave 'wisely left it up to 'we're University roommates.Let'tiscontinue r .
weather\ settles down before We were moseying around Clay dent. Mrs. L. A. Duggar of the u..
the Road Department to decide on the most :; to pray for our :' '..... ::1
planting. He said that even if the Hill one time with a neighbor State Farm. Devotional was rendered s'ek' I
ones, Irs. R. L. Morgan
practical plan'for Jltraignt ning 'out 301 through stuff is planted later, it will catchup when lie found a gopher hole and i by Mrs. ''Harley 'of Lawtey Mrs."MUton-Rosier/Mrs.! Lou Nor- U. S. 301 SOUTH STARKE FLA. PH.: WO 4-0575 ;

Starke.'' 'this wray re-can-be'sare-that the decision and pass stuff planted when insisted there was a rattler in it followed by allpresent saying the man find Mrs. ;-Clyde :Johns and Ornamental Concrete Products

will- 'based on-considerations of economy the-ground is too cold. and that we dig it out. 'We said, Lord's Prayer in unison. After' 'for all ethers
throughout the
and the least-disturbance fewest number .5. "Go ahead" and got in back of which the treasurer Mrs. A. C. community "ho 'afe in sickness "WHOLESALE TO 'EYERYO E"*

'of people. Our dog Pete is carrying on a the nearest pine tree. ,Belch of the State Farm read the and -pain.

feud every night with some kind minutes of the last meeting in

The popularity' ,*" ;In its present con of varmint. Pete runs it off, thenit Well first the railroads, then the absence of the secretary, Mrs. Gbod Guess,Lord that's l! about-all. May the

dition, indicates ,,' tremendous potential the comes back and chases him into the roads and now the naturalgas Lawrence Wiggins of Brooker. each:! bf'you'ilways"_bless' protect; and keep :

route will have when improved and a few trouble the carport, and this goes on line. It looks like building the During: the morning session the '. /bye'now.Ttrndtetontrol" ;FISHING CONTEST

'spots, such as the "right-angle turns'in Starke all night. We-had a long talk with pipe line is causing a boom a- main topics of discussion were I

''and two right-angle turns at Island Grove '.are him about it. but he just sits long the way. (11 pi inning'a Dress Parade; 12' :
there! looking wise as an owl and t s the 'flower and 'garden workshopon
'eliminated. When these projects are completed, .
pretending that he knows more But even though it comes by our April 27th..-at which time two -
301 will be "nailed down" and towns along its FOR DEPENDABLE ;
men from the Extension Serviceof EGISTER'
than we do. place we're not about to tap intoit 1 ;

route will not have to worry about being bypassed S. to try to get some free gas. We Gainesville will be present to : .'HiHthMd annnr-..,.,,' (. :// .

for many years to come. The weather has been cool and talked to one of the engineersthis offer interesting facts and 'infor ,"" ..

cloudy more this winter than we week: and he said it will be nation about the care of flowers, .I ';.. ...,' z. ...

can ever lemember it. Looks like under 750 pounds of pressure, as trees, shrubs etc; and [131 elect- '. Onte BpriJ'tal' f .. 'I .... ,b: ,<--,;..,;"

More Power To ScoutingThe something is mixed up for we're compared with the 8-ounces we ing of new officers. .. .,, / .,,,-,:<<.-,. \;::.-\ \NOW''

supposed to have plently of sunshine use in our stove and water heat The newly elected officers are: .Gall'FR-61661i l' "

in the winter. er. If you hear a big bang out president Mrs. P. F. Dinkins of ... n. -. ,\ \

Boy Scout movement has reached ripe our way, you'll know what hap- Lawtey; vice president, Mrs. W. r ,.Florida':,Pest Control

middle age. Boy Scout Week, to be observed during But-we're not complaining, forOUt pened.B. T. Blair of Brooker: secretary, FROM f EB. 1 THRU MAY 31
& Chemic Co. .
the Feb. 7-13 period, will 'mark its 49th an- Mrs. Iber Cooper of the State

niversary.:;; Broward later governor, was Farm treasurer, Mrs. J.B.. t' U N. W. 16th ATS.IS Qualified To Enter Your Fish Prior to Catching It(! I '

But the passage of time has'certainly not dim- dragged over the coals. Mr Brow- White of Heilbronn; 'delegate. f "'eiI..bJel1o., 1da You WILL NOT Be Qualified After Fish 'Is Caught! \
Mrs. Dave Green of -Brooker'andher 1- ... -
med fScoutlng's vigor. 'And in this age, 'when : aid was a portly man, over six Lottie Ed- .-
of is more'and feet tall; the principal witness against alternate. Mrs.
guidance our young people more -SO REGISTER NOW!
'Of him, Captain Vinzant,
problem 'the'Scout "movement deserves the
a ng AXD'FdK-HKADFOnO' .
M chief of police of Jacksonville, THeCffilTIT'rO IIT. I'V : COVJCTT.'FLOn.1DA

active support of every responsible citizen.In The' very thin, and but little over fivefeeVin''height. AT'LAW NO. sm Prize For Largest Black/ :Bass t
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its nearly half-century of existence the .
standing
organization The two nOt;' TOX TEXAS GAS AND t ll, ) ,
has touched the lives of more than together resembled a shrimp'anda CORPORATION, a corporation, )

28,500,000 Americans. Today there are more PastEdited lobster." Petitioner. NOTICE OF AMENDEDvs. CODEMSATIO:' :' :MITCHELL GARCIA

than $4,780,000 boys and leaders in the Scouting Other famous people who eta MADKLIXE!, EDWARDS! et'ir, )) '
visited the courthouse here included Defendants. ) SPINNING REEL --- Value $29.75
program. [ By Alice McGarvey] General J. J. Dickinson.The .
", Dr. Arthur A. Schuck, Chief Scout Executive, IS THE NAME" AND BT THB 'AUTHORITY OF 'THE STATE OF
general visited his old friend, FLORIDA:
CITY
: "Looking ahead for the next five Early Courthouse HistoryPublished TO WHOM IT MAT COX ti1tN BELL
sans years, we L. D. Wall when Mr. Wall was ; And
In 1934
must.recognize that never has it been so important There about 25- tax assessor and also stopped at Parrel Owner E.C'W..r..t' t .tl..... SPINNING ROD -- Value $12.95
or Imperative that 'the 'youth of our nation is something a The Telegraph for a chat. The vat..
year period that seems to have 3 Kf5!!>ie Sapp. widdw, -vrhiioe resMortgage p3v bl be'trained high ideal m"3equired through'un- noted ch'eftian was described as
idence is KFD, Lavrter. FloridaThe Florida .Bank at
it is that at
significance. Maybe "tall and thin, and what :ferocity 'Starke, 'Starke, Flort- '
selfish service by selfreliance'and- cooperativeeffort. 25 you are a young fellow [lor of countenance he might have Jamie Sapp Chubb and husband, ''da. Dated 11-2J-41, fe- : Prize 'For Largest Speckled Perch
." Waiter Edgar ('hlb.,. whose rescorded in Book 13.
I at 50 definitely
girl, you are worn when riding at the head'Of idenc is 2713 B/i Road, Grand page it!. JK-ouHng par-
The-ideals and objectives of Scouting have remained -, middle-aged and at 75 we have to his swiftly moving troops "was Junction, Colorado; '''M nl''of"S300.ClO. COOK-OUT

unchanged since the movement's birth concede that "we are getting along th&t
ameliorated to the extent Mildred Sapp Petirl and hUII-
in years." band. U. 'A. Petzel 'whose resi- DOUBLE CYLINDER GAS UNIT
and-are needed'more-today'that ever'bef ore.*But now his face was'that of the fdeal
den.is IU. 1, Cox ,
318. Gervais
if brought During 1934 Starke was gettinga poet-mild and intellectual. 'His
Scouting i is to be to more boys who Oregon;
face lifting of some of its pub- manner Value
voice was soft and his $19.95You
want it and need it. there must be more trained lr* buildings. The courthouse was J. D. Sapp'and wtf*.-K l ba Sapp,
leaders and facilities. full of charm whose re!ox: : da I, I
mot
being enlarged to take care of Jacksonville, Florida;
Starke fortunate! in having an active Scout- expansion and perhaps because it :May Obtain Your Fishing and Hunting, License
bur
But to
get back to 1934. W. E. Sapp and wifeeII Sapp.
ing -the' was the era of public works when whose residence ffl 3190 Wood
program including Cub Packs. We alsohave
Senator Johns
present Charley
From Our Sporting Goods; Department.
the Federal Ave, Pla-Mor Trailer \illage, ;
government was
some dedicated leaders! who are doing a com had just announced'his candidacyfor Colorado Springs Colorado;

mendable tjob. but'who 'tle en'e Th10te active'sup "making work" to combat the de- representative to ''the Florida
pression. Anyhow, it recalled the G. W. Sapp and wife Hazel bapp,
port moral, monetary, and 'physical from history of our courthouse and a legislature from;Bradford f -Count::. whose residence is La1ll"tey,1"'lor- See Us For Your Fishing & Hunting
He was opposed by C. C. Butler ida;
-community at large. Until .that is
support
January 1934 issue had this to
of New River and Leon A. Gary, Needs!
forthcoming;; Scouting cannot reach all who would say about the early wooden structure _James Shipman i spp.and wII,.
principal of BaS Mr. Johns said, "
""anda-Sapp. "I\i\ residence Is
like to and need to come under its influence. that stood where the City one
'I am not announcing any spec- La1ll"tey.O"lon.a;
Hall now stands, and served
once "
ial platform but will support the ; w
Charles P. Sapp sand wife. ndai -
es Bradford County's courthouse: Schools of Bradford County and Lee Sapp. ulrose:! residence to

Who'sChicken; ? "It was erected in 1884 oy the emplo ees. All 'matters pertaining Lawter Florida; t NO ,MONEY DOWNRepair

Red Men's Lodge. The order flourished -
to the best interest and welfare Sharon Sapp Kiland and bop-
like a green bay tree at of Bradford County will be band Carl Kiland.: whose: address .
Trying to counter -the- popular'm aning of the Is Hampttn, Florida;
that time but not long after- supported at Tallahassee if 'I am .
word "chicken" as synonymous; with coward or -
Wards'it"was dissolved on account elected. John Gerow Sapp. flIJtgI l whole
.... ccyeII w'the Buffalo. "X. Y. "Youth; 'Board is distributing of'peanut politics. The builder of ,teachers' residence Is LawteF. Flortda.'and 'r
':50,000 copies of a 1 leaflet that seeks to tne structure In these days the
was Mr. Blanchard. Patricia Sap]). single! anda minor -
give new "meaning to the 'slangphrase, 'Who's father of 'A. M 'Blanchard of salaries were an issue but not a whose residence Is Lawtey, Add Rooms --- Carport
raise in They had stretches Florida;
Chicken" Lawtey. I Now we might identify pay.

him: as the grandfather of Miss when they were not paid at all AS AND BEING the heirs and
The leaflet'was printed in cooperation iwith the onlv heir,,-at-law together with Bath Room
Buffalo Federation of Labor and tries to point Enza Blanchard recently retired or were paid in local "script: !, their res ectfre spw'>tfss. -where
from the Lawtey postoffice.1 The married), of J. 8. Sapp. Jr.. deCt'a -
which if it could be redeemedatall
out that it takes more courage to say "No" thanto work had to be done so cheaply !
do something-- at ''is often against the law, ,in till barely enough nails, but not was ''discounted Florida festdent, on t> August! 8. 19SI. )

response to the taunt of "chicken"Here's enough studding were used. On and to all peraona'or parties having being ire feet more 'or' 'less! north Time To Re-roof r
Sept 29. 1896 a great storm pass- or claiming any right title interest. erly and along said tine frem'the *
the message: ,- tnortgage or 'ether'ltln to southwest corner tbereof-and run- 1
estate
ed over this section. By that time -' of Und nlirg thence North" 50 degrees e,
tn tl cisl" certain"tureens'
"Who's chicken? the building had been rented to and situate!' In Bradford County. Florida minute East a distance of'nit'' feet ; TAKE ADVANTAGE OF" THIS SPECIAL
WIth to' It.! point of exit In the'east line
"We are all of us '\\ho know that is rightto the county as a courthouse and 'hereinafterdescribed.'tPgrether all :1nTikno\rn persons claiming by, of the ES of SWH'"t the Xof \\ i. j

'do, and are afraid to be 'guided .b'our con- W. 'E. Wamwnsht then deputy ,0'91t tnrt> .gh..and under known persons Rang' t"Ction 22 East 17, re-entering Township 3 the South'subject -
not ,
who 'are
Vho dead or
clerk are
was kept busy in hi the South
science. running knon to*be'dud or alive property at a point
and out fearing that the next tint of the NBU of XE'. ot N\\ Hof -
"We who are capable'of-thinking and know'the 'heavy swat of wind would demolish \VHEnEAS. 'HOrsTUN. : Tt LAS '. 'Section 17. Township S South FREE ESTIMATES
said being
GAS "A. D 'OIL COKPOKATIUX a"'co I nature 22 East 'point
rules of fair play, are chicken unless :we "have it. Yet the 'building held <>ration. has fired its Petition 1* 30 feet more or less westerly andalong
'ba kbone'enough' to 'stand for' what is'right together eminent domain"proceedings tn ttie ; said line from the southeast -
G say We somehow but it had 'aboVe"entitled Court -against 'tut i corner thereof and running thence CALL OR WRITE
and honest. been badly strained and when thecourt'was persons whose names and 'places -ol .I:Nl>rth il degrees. 55 minutes east a ',
sitting BAY'S res-fdemce'are! heremabove set Tortn dl'ran<"* of 4:4 feet to Its point: of k .
"All of us, who respect our parents' wishes, Judge Call would belig'the'defendahta'tn'IUCb Cause, 'nit in the east line of the NEH: of DAY OR NIGHT
not allow big "audiences 'on -account and -wherein the said! Petitionerseeks'to'Condemn'an'e'tate'1n ,:NEt of NW% of Section 17, Township
are chicken if we are afraid to admit this to our) of the weakened floor. Home the i 5 South. Rant 22 East.
Appliances
followhlg1d4acr1bed'tiroperty 'as II I Beinz lands owned by: Bessie Sapp
friends. "Outoide the building. stood an set forth in the Petition tiled in : tied other heirs of J. S. Sapp. Jr. f WO 4-4201 or WO 44211STARKE /

.All 'of us are chicken If afraid to live bytthe 'old iron pot, in which*redeemed Your Friendly be aid used cause.for'so right; that of tne way"'same purp'may fta. I deceased as Line Lilt aforenamed No. 2J'-BRAD-and Identified>7ftl01.:

Golden 'Rul :warrants were burned ''bythe and all incidents thereof for the .- -
clerk daring the bounty commlsbners' Dealer locatfnn and' construction of' natural TOr. AND: EACH OF TOU AKB"HEP.EPY
Norge transmission pipeline,"IO-It: COMMANDED: to 'be and
"Wo'are chicken if:afraid to defy the unlaw gas .
: meetings.! While this process appear in and before the'hId Circuit
ful. "was ;going on the .solons sat VlfOROE APPLIANCES PARCEL NO. J (Bessie 'Sapp Court on the 25th day t f' Feb .
{other heirs of J. S. Sapp' Jr A,D, 1JS>. to show what interest -
"It take more courage to be honest truthful, round, solemnly smoking their .'deceased, .afOfl' med), ruary.you hare in said property and BUILDERS
pipes. UAYTAUWABHSRS JA strip 't>f hind fifty feet'In'wtdtheztending'1'a'feet'ngrthweaerly to *how cause why. It should not
Tand 'respectful 'toward 'others than to go along and be 'taken for the u5 and'purposesset

'{-ifh a 'Ia\\Iess group. "Ahall running through the COLEMAN HEATERS Md 3. feet southeasterly described survey from line the following and- forth In said Petition. or eJsbe t
building tarred.
was used as a morgue .
FLOOR ruJUiA.CKS trat"inhtg.Utll .nd tC In 'Wbed hand and tb* seat
"Ilat'e'wegdt'the courage t&etand'tlp"for'What"arright 'on \Jcc3. ons and many"gruesome said Iota being WITNESS my
lawn Subdivision INC.
Court"this :Irt day of
chicken?" eights: the EH of SW'i"nf N'W.i 'and"tne of MM SUPPLIES
; or-are'we were seen there-the bodies All : January. A. D. 1J.>. J Jf
We. Service Males XA i ofTfEJi of NW% :X>T Section
rhls i pis- a' message Uhat allvyotiiigipbopleMindome of suicides. of murdered men, IrAONE j 1"1' Township $ South. Range ::, (COURT SEAL)
and men killed by trains. Of Appliances jJ East Bradford ("ounty.lorlda.. I CHARLES A. DARBT.'Clerk .
% older'rtnp too-wouldBdoweirto'hittk'aT> out of
> 'more ,particularlydescribed 'a* toi- of the Circuit Court
the heit':t time"they-are bluf fed,*.gainst-lheir-will, "Amons cases, tried by the : 'WO'd-7511 tow!'. io-lrlt: Bradford County.L. Florida."By "',1TS.A'.L.DEPIYf; STARKE, FLA.
Marian Crosby
:
court there ;s I
was one concerningthe ?- :Beginning'at 'a potnt'in the wr-t
jritb 'dgIna'k'J11 thjng'wrong,-whenit! : wouW"actually tu -boat Three Friends of 8&UTICB, l"IotM .-nf the K'5 flf'!C-'i 'or the Deputy Clerk. .. I' .
I xw of !.aid.Section i 17, said_point 1-29 4t r-19 --
take-tnore Courage tasay no. filibustering fame.. The owner, W. .





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_ THURSDAY. FEBRUARY L 1D5; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARE FLORIDA, PAGE SEVEN

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At The Tabernacle First Christian Church !I l ford County are Principal C. c.1 I I Mount- Pjsgafi: AME Church'MountPlsgah ". nual benefit on Saturday Feb.! claim nol if -d or and-demand required 1.,i-h to II.lle KM"fT

- Anderson and "Supervisor O. "R. "A.:::'1.7'E.. Church 14 "at RJE cafetorium. Members!have against sid estate .. office -

Special services will begin at 'ifoniing \vOt hlp.il' a.nL: 8heU.-Mrs.-A.-Crowson-and-P.. Rev. S. W. Richardson pastor of"thepost aaxlliarr are-in-I,ford of County.the county Florida.ju
the Gaspel Tabernacle Sunday. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, putor NoUn have authorized expenses: will hold regular trustee day on viting all friends to participate.A bouse at Starke. "Florida within

/ MUCH :NEWS Ftb. 15, continuing through the Sunday School 10 a.m. for these persons through' the Sunday. Sister -Margaret Albert very special meal and programis of eight the tafendar first publication months from of this the date not

following Sunday. Different Youth Churcn 7 p.m. chapter. Chairman of the -building fund being prepared for the 'guests ice. Each claim or demand mast be

CHURCH drive' ishes to thank all and'members. Deacon Julius inwnitiflg'and muM state the place
speakers will be heard and special Wednesday Prayer Meeting, NEWS personswhVhelped Royal of t-esidence aDd ost-offide address

I music featured. 7:30: p.m. New Bethel Baptist Church totnate the"rally"asuccess'"A'total Commander, Mrs. L. M. Royal 'of the claimant sand nnSst be swurn'

- '-- .&, Members of the Tabernaclegroup Adult Choir practice '5:<<5p.m. New Bethel Baptist Church.: of $975.65: *was"re president" The program will'begin tot'his attorney the claimant or 'l'wli hiS become agent'void JOT

NORTH SIDE FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH attended services duringthe Wednesday.Ladies Rev. A. B. Vinson. pastor will i ported by captains _and otherworienTwhich'ihcrutied at & p. m: with the advancing according to'law.January .

BAPTIST> ? CHURCH I! Lawtey wetk at Park of the Palms. Council, lit And 3rd told:: regular services on sunday the" baby or the colors. Please be on time. Don 19.Cartton.Exeoutrls 1939..

Sunday' School. 10'a. m. MornIng A. E. Muiey. Pastor conducted by the "Vioce of) the Tuesday nights.Everybody starting. with Sunday School "at I! contest that 'was tron by Terrell of the Estate of
deceased.
W. Clement :
-Worship 11 a. m. Training I Andes" Missionary Group HCJB welcome to tacit the regular hour Supt. S. W. I I Elaine Riley. We"k'h'b'Y that your iurifR: TOt DEn' D Herman publication on January ::,

Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening' Worship. Bible school 10 a. m. Quito, Ecuador. service. Hankerson in charge morning I el fortsiete1 riot'In vain and we rirrvlt <-..rt. tadf.rd C..tT' 'irl.
the'floorcf Flonda: I. niaaeerr.Elizabeth 1-.: U :
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meetinr'Wednesday Preaching 11 a. m. worship at 11 a,m. which will include hope tooegin-puttlng"in Ct.nklin. '}>Iafntiff, TS. -1

7:30 p. m. EreryoneWelcome. Evening Sen-ice 7:30 p m. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS St. Mark's Episcopal Covenant Meeting. At 3 p. the 'church soon. Mary Helen"Wh'ite Robert T. Conklin, V Defendant.Ca e No. 12-893 In The r scaly ...1..'. ('..riIu.a4

Bible Study and Prayer ,Meet- CHURCH m. Dedication of'the Youth. BuildIng 'reporter. NOTICE TO APPEAR F.. B..r. Cvaalr. Flvrlda.In .

.- Rev. H. 'R. Carter ns. 7SO: Sunday School, 10 a. m.: Morning Rer. Raymond & MacBlala -of) the church.Sermon will be Allen chapel AtoE'Chnrth To: Robert T. Cunklin. whose resident RE:Pr.fcate.IX Estate. of J. I Kite v.

Pastor. pm., Wednesday.Radio Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic delivered by Rev. C. H. Royal.. .//Allea.Chapel A. M E. Church. Ton'e and address i*. : I'nkown' ca!'ed.OTUT. '
: .. are herehy notified "bata
program, 8 to 8:30 a. \ : "OF FtMNfi rrttti o
11. each services. 7:30 p. m. 'Sunday Services-9:45 am, recently ordained 'minister of Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will suit fnrdls'or-e has been filed against ; rnsu. 'ni'crtiHCK '.t

Sunday over station Wednesday Prayer Meeting Church School; 11:00 aJiL, MornIng Philadelphia Pa. and son of'mo- obI rve regular trustee day on !: you in the above named Court episism.aijii: .
VRGR. and and
Starke. cause you are required to WHo"r IT MAl OXl"X'ftie
and '
7:30 p. m.KINGST.E7. Prayer Sermon. ther Sophia RoyaL Music will-be Sunday starting with Sunday serve 'a copy of yonr answer or TO'AL 11 herebr-'glreH'fnat% mate

'I'l ==7r V I Ii HIWAY Holy Communion-First Sun- furnished by choir 'No.2. Enoch Scnool a tto"8./ n. Supt. Irene pleadmg tq the complaint on the Final I Returns as ,&dWnttrirls' -
CHAPEL Plaintiffs Attorney E. K. Perry- of the E tae of J.
Jr4 V ASSEMBLY OF GOD LAKE! day. 11:00: am; Third Sunday. Allen pianist. Mrs. Alma Jenkins. Thomzs in ch 'rge. At'11 a.:m.th'eJimi6r man. Starke. 'Florida !fU!".& tbjt" have! filed mT Kie.

O. M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST 7:30 a.m. soloist. Dinner will be prepared thureh' "will 'hate charge and file the original In the officeof Ition for Discharge and that
Osborm, Pastor the Clerk of the Circuit Coon I will apply to 't nlta b1..rf"
Sunday School-9:45 a.m. Morn- th'e
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir and served at the church'so that 'with, May ''LOis"Morm, presidentpresiding. on or before the IS day of February.: 'A. Tawn. (', Judfe Of Brad
Worship. 11 tag TVtrsblp 11 I a.m. Evening Practice; 7:45: pjn., Litany and all members may-attend all day. They"'wiH pfesent "Fortraitsof 1953. therwie the allegations of (.r(''fontsFb"nlda... on thr 17,day
a. m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 ,Prayer aid Complaint will be taken as A.D.. mr for approval
Meeting '
pjn. Bible Study. At 7 Johnson Church Children in the Bible". IfF.brntry.
Chapel
p. m. .
Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday : l. ? confe!'sed by you. and fur flriat dl rgess
weekly service. each Wednesday 7:30 pjn.Every pastor and membership will have I AlTparents and friendS are invited Thi not ice'shall be published once the Administratrix of fcstale. of,
prayer InVitation :
'tsic one welcome.-ttev. H. H. Mott. GRAHAM B. tn attend. We "regret the Illness each; week for four conetntivweeks J. Tt Kite d.cC15'd.
charge"of the service. Mrs.
A. : 1n'.
I extended to everyone. : in the Bradford County Tele- I' This :2!5th day of latat
'
I pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH Vinson will be guest soloist. Al! and ,hbspitalizaton'of; 'oU< h if.i Juph. Louise H. Kite.dmfntstrat11I

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning I I : Dated this 13 day of January. \ of the tat of
'of
ARt PARK BAPTIST CHURCH members and friends in the man trustees Prof. Eddie r rI '..1.V 'KI'... J>er "d.
: t HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 'Worship 11 "a. fm. Training pray a'' is! ;*. 'r January :. t ?.
county and community are invited and fOr him First !
Sunday School"9:45 a. m.; Morn- I I Thompkins (Court Seal I) Plbliclton :-tz
ing Worship a. m. Premillennial Fundamental Union 6:30: p. m- "Jvening: Worship b t attend this dedicatory service ;;*peedy recovery. We" still have | "harle: A. Darby Clerk of the I4
Training V
Union 6:45: m. Missionary. Seven miles south of 7:30 p. m. Rev.'Billy'B1'1- all day with the special sermon I other members 'on bur sifk list Circuit Court.Br DtFt'DI.
p. Evening Wore Marian L. Crosby: Deputy > TO
I
"Wtll frankly I tHdn't cart I ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- ant pastor. at 3 p. m. by a native son "ofStarke. I which inc1ud -'Sist&"- Itt1-S nlth.1 j Clerk ( .OTICF j..r. 'eVdt.d 'Cisty.FIendat .

much f'r your sermon today, Service Wednesday 7:30 ham. pastor. you cant afford to miss Visit' our sick 'and shut-in. this is 1 1-3 4t %-i 1ba.rry. .
Vtheri" I p. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.. Worship NEW RIVER his message. Joan Jenkins re-' your first n'dub'Junior! Judith Ann GAoUby.). rta\"tf. .tRay
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Everyone welcome. Roplsby
I' 'f. Tie r uslT Jadge. C. rtOf lffd-nt
'In isolated I 11 a. m.. Training Union 7 BAPTIST CHURCH \porter. Church each Tuesday tit 5 p. m. | .Rr.4f M .('....7. *FI.rl"aIN N6Tt *E TO .U'it'R

man ) .areas I '1IEIDJROXN'IJ p. m.. Evening Worship. 8 p. m. Sunday School 10 .a.... Worship First Born Church 'Of' God V Jvnior'Choir"each Monday 'at 41 I. fir.:; Otate *fIIeren To: Ray GoI"h.1hO; !'e resident'
throughout the world, mission- >O:'"ARY .\f !C'\"hri". i Is X"rfnlk.irlini.. wbosejad-
I BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Prayer meeting Hour, 11 a.-m. Evening Sertr- :'First Born Church of God. p. m. Sister N. L. Pullum>> in ...... 1 drt'1 I! No. ISOU71. BUg

'aries are this very moment Sunday Schoor, lU 7:30 p. m.E'eryone. V -e.: 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting 'caa Eider Flax Howard, pastor 'will charge E. J. Givens, 't p rter.CaJft.ry :NOTU'K TO CREDITORS; No 51. !',<. TfaVarRetralnlag; Corntdand -
a. m. Morn Naval Norfolk. VirgniaareherehyflotiT1etat
'tnrmstennsto those wno would welcome. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. All 'pe.n>on* having iUinr. or demands Base
hold regular service throughoutthe Baptist Chui'chCalviry
ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening against the estate of Agnes TOi t a sujt
''Otherwise have remainea, m day starting with "Ba tlst 'Church -Tev. V for Annufment and "restoration. ofmaiden
Sunday
Worship 7:30 p. m. Training YYVYVVVVYYYYYY'V'VYYYYYYYYYVVVVVYfVYVYTYTI'VYItTYYYNEWS on I Swanbom, deceased, are hereby no- j
"pagOl 'uarkness. 'heirs is a Union (Sundays) 6:30 Mid- Church 'S hool. 'At 8 ,p. m. Rev. George W. Lee p pastor will hod! lified and r*|nired to file their nsme..h been. tiled< againstyou and
p. m. in the alwy nUft
: iame
I rlatmsn the office of the CoUntY |
laoorof love seldom acclaim'ecrand Week Prayer Meeting Wednes- ,OF INTEREST TO COLORED Earl Anderson,_and the Singing regular 'service "on "Sunday starting Jndge of. Bradford County. Florida.KtarKrs CauSe and yon ''are to..rf.'a .

oiietr dangerous. Let day 7:30 pun.LAWTEY K&rmonaires will render a program with Sunday' school 'at 10 "A. Flyrida. within eight cal- h'pyor yonr answer ot. pld lag
'CITIZENS BRADFORD COUNTY to tbe complaint on the Plaintiffs
t'YiTtar rn'nths'from the date of to* ,
'
'vs'zoL.1orgetsuiruuaued, 'by I rit! 'the church. 'Admission M. supt.'Doninio'n in' charge. rAt rir>t publication of this notice o. Attorney A. 11. Cra'btree' Jt. :::;?

our own snug ana secure en- CHURCH OF CHRIST free/everyone is invited to 'at-: 11 a. m. the Missionary Rev.'W11- the same will become void accordIng East "Ray Street. JacS.le..
By Ozora J. Shell Florida and file the
to law. ,This January t:. 1959.
'vironmem, howery much (presently meeting in City Hall tend. is. Wilhelmina Strong re- lis 'expected to worship with DOROTHY AHMES 'SWAXEOilAdministratrix office of the C rl of Circiiit.Confrton

these.aeuicatea Christians ae- Sunday-Bible study 10 a. m., AAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAClaimed porter. the church to-which'all of Antioch of the Estate of or Before the' day"ffaecb.1S'

worship 11 a. in.EveningYoung. :Ifount Moriah Methodist Church members lU'e' also invited.'A special Agnes .anbm deceased. 59: otherwise.the'alecafn* of.ai
terve our moral and financial By Death ed by J. D. 'Greene, teacher "of ? HoHls V. ight, Complaint will tkf.a. opfessedby
"ilount "
Moriah Methodist: rally is'being 'held'alsO In .
people's Bible : .j Starke, Florida.V / ,
support. study 7; preaching. 7:30. Mrs. Bertha Lee Dell died ina 8th grade and other departmentheads Church>'ReT_. Hv- J. Blunt pastor, the interest) the building ,fundDeaeonJohnDiggs Attorney for 'AdministratrixFirst Tia'nMite'8)ial "lr&.. nt

Bradford County hospital Mon which include Mrs. M. P. Publication 1>39In .... 'fk tnr.folr cOleecutre
Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 still Jfipid regular services starting : and Sons are Janlla'1. % V the R.ADFQ P
day Feb. 2, after many years of Paul coordinator of Elementary.We 1I li "ef'ks"1 V #.tWn
P. m. With"; h -chSc_ ,o L: Supt. W, the'-budding engineers for Calvary ,'M,
Sunday School 91.11.: illness. She was born in Nashville wish: for principal Thompkins; Dated this 22:! daj'bf'JatliT715S.
Rdio charge'Morning '_ .. la ...
program Station Brooks in ser- and have the-stoftes up very high. Tfce ( .fT Juice' r r
Ga. but had lived in Starke since a speedy recovery. 'V. .r. T.. .
WRGR. Mciiday vice 11 m.whichjwill; include All th3yneedis'moremoney for
Morning Worship 11 A.M.: 6:30 a. m. at a. Re: F state of Herman W. Ue Cha'r1-svA
i 1923. She is survived by her Regular PTA was held on Wed Love Feast, "Communion at 7 p, labor and materials. The general 1@t. t pgs4d. Clerk of the CirciTit Court

Union I Mrs. Louella Jackson of nesday with !- estate of Marian L. Cro Deputy( C.rl.
Training 6:13: P.M. I mother Levy Lennon. president aWe regret the death of our public'is'asked to continue to help.Herman _\Y., *Clement of the, are _hereby "e bJ. 1.%! 4 f.t
Nashville Ga. a devoted husband In charge. M. B. Wheeler --
,
member Sister Lee Dell support the building program un-
: RADIODEVOTIONAL /Bertha! -
Evening Woshrip 7:30 P.M. Rev. Damon Dell. pastor of Mt. rcportr.Meeting. v-howas faithful until she became t3 it completed.'Jerelene'Dom- f:T1rK.fiaCtlT! tOrlFORBR: DV RD'Ot TTn"O'

PRAYER MEKTIXG Moriah Methodist Church, South : PostponedThe too'ill'to attend chui n. All Choir; mon reporter. I.\ -AT L'JU

Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Jacksonville. regularly scheduled meeting mfmb rs"'are-asked,to' meet for a LincolnDouglassBanquet flOl'STON TEXAS GAS AND oit P

-\ Mrs. Dell was a member of O. of the Bradford County rthearsai 'oV Friday 'night.. Vera American Legion Post 314 and CORPORATION a corporation, 'I -

E.: S. Dell Chapter which includes Teachers:: Association will be held C. Coleman.>reporter. Auxiliary: will sponsor their anIS Petitioner.sis. J1 ) : : OF -"CosDeMItATIeAUEUE "
i for Week of
Speaker
Madison Street Ruth Court Heroines of JerichoNo. on Friday: Feb. 13. Members of ". ( EDWARDS"Bt o Tlr Jet :OT
i
I the executive committee -aU ptfefendants. .
changedthe
FEB. 9 FEB. 14 18. She is also survived by THE CIRCTIT COURT Hf AJCD' FOR BRADFORD COt:'%TT. FLOR. ) "
Baptist Church two adopted daughters, Jennie date because President C. C.Anderon I0A U- -
V AT LAW KO.JIOUSTOX IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OT TTTATBmarried
: would be 'I .f
Kev. J. E. Sherwood Sue and Mae Rena Hampton of attending an .

((900 Block ,V. Madison St. i West Palm Beach and host of educational institute on Tuber TEXAS GAS AND OIL. ) TO W&ITfAT?< COXCliKX. 'And
iI COUPORATIOX. corporation. )
a
culosis at Florida A & M Univer- '
other sorrowing relatives and Petitioner J V Parcel 'OWU 'Em'b+.eiu '. ., t.tii.at4d

J. H. Mabry\ Jr., Pastor !!I 7:50 A.M. friends.: sity. All teachers are asked to be CARRIE COLBERT n. a widow )) OTICE'OrCO\"OEI; ; Tata

I active membercf in attendance next Friday since et al. ) $Z7 ?
I She was _a very 1 "Madelth. Edwzrdrand'spouse'tlNose i V :
this is the date for the comple- Defendants. ') '
Mt. Moriah Church until she .
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became strickened more than 16 tion of the adoption of the con IX THE NAME AND'BT THI!: AUTHORITY OF TilE STATIC UI' 70S Haight Francisco Street.San' Calitorla' .*.>
stitution. J. D. chairman FLORIDA: -
FIRST. years ago. Funeral services were Green. TO WHOM IT..JAT'CO Ct. K..''.' And' 2 Cecil None fStt.tl:
BAPTIST Church Starke .wfor .
rf the Constitution ;
Committee C. t
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-- held at 11 this morning with Rt. 1," ..
Hughes-Chestnut morticians of C. Anderson. president. Parcel Omier. i.l'"ra.cee; .0. Eitile4 talve,. VLawtey, ;FioridaI .-'"! (J

'\ Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Gainesville, making arrangements.Burial March Of Dimes _, ,-- i *J.S. Sapp. ,'3r. o:._ Vortga"g ''aabl. to: "IDSiS
The March of Dimes has been 1 Carrie Colbert widow N01te rUle.o.' .'I, Ex 95 "; The Florida Basic **t .
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town will be in Nashville Ga. Box 4t4L'elleglade ;Lawter, Florida V Stark Stark.Tlor.a: f,.
Rev. Dell and family can be extended to the middle of Febru Florida' ,, 'V date ll-ZI-41. tecor.e
Chairman L. M. Royal is asking 313? In "Boot 13, page a
Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Paslorium WO 9-2301 reached for expressions at 706 ary. Ernest Colbert 7 j "... '
1 North Street or P. O. Box "761 all parents to send in the coin } ox 464 /''*'. V ..Crla.. (fare\.f. :

cards filled with Belleglads, Flortda. j
i dimes and as -
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Starke. V I James -WalnWll V ; PaYable to: '$1100i1;
F Wattrnak School News many dollars as possible so that Any and all other person. addre t,. O, 4 : lorlU. Coraraissioa.Address

Sunday School 9:45 .A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. the drive will be a success. Mrs. *''es unknown. who claim any V J : 'Florida.'i ,-SiaJ unkDO. .
The regular PTA meeting was right title or lntre as helra of .tarke, 'dated l-U-U. ** .a
Margaret DeSue was appointed V Z3>,
XathanieT CoH>ertdeceased. In .
held on Monday night with President I
itV
Midweek Sen-ice Wednesday 7:30 P.M. chairman of The Mothers Jnecnrina-
Beatrice DeSue in charge. 2 Herl>ert S..'Nor mam ana Murlar -rc01te K7S:01 'V n"U' tepafut..r .i
March. She has been selling Jf Norman, his wife

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Business Included final reportsfor ptanuls and other goodies for the Route ,"0. 1. Box SO and to'all persons or partieS baring E': of SW' of "'" and the NE'
the March of Dimes Drive. Lawtey Florida : of XT\'i of ,
of XE'4
march. Chairman L. M. Royal is or claiming any right title, interest,
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Music was furnished by Mrs. A. 3 D. R. Redding and Frances GenNone tsooNOB estate, mortgage .Bother Ida to I Township 5. South, Ranffe 22 East mole
that Florida,
planning a "Record Hop" .ml .ia. those "pa rfels of landsituate Bradford County "
eva Redding his wile rUI
Chandler staff assistant at the to
particularly described as follows, *
others might walk. Watch this Box lit V VlJeyVflorjda i'tradfod County, 'Florida
school. On Friday Jan. 29 a very together with wit: '
p per for the date time and .u.rt'inafer.. $ by Beginning at a point |a th wait

The perfect tribute to \ well planned birthday party was place. 4 Nelson P. Blocker and Clara H. ;I:!. VO.III ,through uD"ndwn.pffOnR and nnd r caimig.peMns line of the E'* of SW'i of the
( honoring Edward Otis : of said Section Mid'fofatbeing
given Carnation Club HKicker his wife who .are dead, and who are Hot 'OW. 1.
| Smith. 7 son of Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Box 3S7Jacksonville known to be 'dead or alive.WHEREAS. 178 feet more less nortberly -
a cherished memory yrs. The Carnation Social Saving Beach, Florida HOUSTON and along said line from tflsouthwest
James Otis Smith. and James Ts and rd.-
iAs AND Oil corner thee;
Club held regular meeting at the *
Price grandson of Mrs. S. E. De- and to all persons or parties ItavlntT XE' 6f the NWt; of Section 17, cwrporttion. has filed its Petitionin ning thence North 55 degrees '!'
Every funeral that we cone Reno theater with Mrs. R. B. or claiming any right, title. Inter Township i Svuth. Range 22 Eat. emInent domain proceedings in minutes East a distance of Iii ni
V Sue. The parents of both children Cohen hostess on Monday est. estate, mortgage other lien Being lands bwned by Herbert S. the above against tb. to its point of exit'tn the East
as .
V dad is source of sustaining brought lovely cakes and other to and In thofe certain parcel of Norm an'and/Mil Lee Xornun his 'jwrson \1I'h.,"tU..dTourt, e I night. A very delicious repast was land situate in Fradford County. 17. Towrt-Mp 3 South. Ratffe
Route Box aOjLawtey Section
solace'and spiritual inspiration refreshments which included tuna described together wife N o. l. : ;I iesidnc are herelnabote-'set fort.
f served and all enjoyed the spacious Florida. hereinafter Florida and 'Identified aa line list being the defendants in u.h 22 East, re-enterlTi'g the subject ptopefty -
to the family. fish salad tomatoes mints, cookies with all unknown p..rll"nsriaimlng No. "23 BRAT 99. ,and wherein the said Petitioner cu..e. At a point in the south lilt.
J comfort of the Reno whichis by, through* and under : of the of Xt;'. of XW'i or
and punch. The party startedst known persons who are dead and PARCEL NO. 3D.. R. Rf'dding.t't ,seeks to condemn an estate: in the NEU
Hundreds of no'closed for renovations. 'who 'not 'known to be dead or ux) following descrT&edproperty as Is Section 17, Township a South. p.d.
details
are managed and economical 12:15. Parents assisted in the Many of the members worshipped alive are Atfip of land'fifty feet In width net forth in the 'Petition filed In :22! Eaat 'said pointoefng '

ly ;attended to that only a trained and careful sen'ing. WHEREAS. HOCSTO.V: TKXA.sGAS extending 15 ft. noytberlyand 3feet : ;*ud tauV. so that the. tame1 maybe I more or less westerly and along skid
at Bethlehem Freewill Baptist from tbe southeast **-
fine
southerly from-the following de- ; for right of corar.t
AND OH. ("OR PO R.TIO a
uso purpo.
'organization can perform when the urgent need Outdoor games were played A fcrilfd lint and 1iJ of -and rmthi g th.ftc* &t-
Churci, Rev. L. McKay pastor. crportion. bu''filed its Petition in j-urvey traversing .and all Incident* for thelocation : .r I
'''forserving: is at hand.DeWITT after which regular school routine donation of $24 was left to the eminent domain proceedings In the Lots 3 and 4. iK'roft' th ">.2 of the ., and >-on'trujti6n of naturaltransmi5sinn i grel'l sa minutrs'E-<,ta-dtaRc' f
this above ,entitled Court against the N\-24 of the :1101.: of Section 17. ;Ba, "pipelines, to-wit: 424 feet to its pint 'f ,. *
welcomed
started. The faculty cnurch on their building fund. persons 'whose namesand places t>tresidence Township i South Range !2 East.ETadfrtrd : Panel No. 1 Madeline Edwards east line of -of NB' OffW

C. JONES idea and the assistance of the All members present reported an 'are herelnabove' set forth :: County.: :'Florida more V A strip of Und fifty feet in width ?, 4 of Section 17. Township '5
being the defendants iT sin't cause." partk-otarlr 'd ...ri& d las follows South. Range 22 East
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE I parents in celebrating birthdaysDo enjoyable service. The next regular and wherein the said Pettttonerae.ka 10' ....it: :xteWdTng 15 feet nortnwesterly Being lands owned by J S. Sapp
SERVICE 33: sonthea following -
from the
you know jour child's birth- meeting will be held at the condemn an estate In the 1.jtlrtnmg at a point 'In the 'wet r..t terly Jr.. Route 1, Box ti, Lawtey. FUH-
"described line and
PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 idea and following! dwcribed 'property as Js line-of the NU of the \\% >* ofthe surrey da. and tndentined'as LTns LIst 'Ifo.
date? You may try this of Waodla.KA.Sub-
Annie
Reno Theatre with Mrs. set forth ''in the Petition rued in XKir-of-KtMt feection IT. Wald p')mt .annjazut. _.: 1D.17& 1O1.V
We furnish the highest type sen-ire at lowest prices, and accept plan even a better party. The Jane Deli as hostess. Mrs. Wil- said pause 'eo. hal. tae_ same maybe being 6"" feet more or less, southerly bring' the WI of Panel No. 4 (fJame R. Wainwright
ANY'life insurance used for the right'of way put- and along said line from the i SEt o.f VWU'of flection 17 Township A strip. of land fifty feet in width
in force to cooperatewith
policy issued by ANY school as always glad A
oVlhninge
company, as helmena Brooks president :z East Bradford -
po"4'/I. and all Incidents thereof forth northwe3t corner thereof: and running I extending Ii ft northwesterly and 35
payment In part or in full on funeral services. Consultation parents in any way to make I. Jenkins reporter. *> location and construction tnatnral them-e North ...51 degrees. *i.minutes I ,, Cpnpty; : orlda more particularly ft southeasterly from the followingdescribed
Remember gas transmission plp lInu. Ea: !'t a di!'tanc* 9! ':* feet .described,as follows to-wi. line and
the children happy. '
carries no obligation. Fiesta Social Club V IUr"Y traYrl1
north'lineof
in
tn-wit to its point of exit in the. Beginning a point and :
: the SE of
''These are our children". Mrs. M.. The Fiesta Club met at the Parcel Land Xo. 1 '(Carrie Colbert, the X': of the N\V4 of the .NK'. line, of.,nu ..; 'i of SE' of the and W% of SPI.\ of SEI4 and

E Roberts principal, Amandelene home of Harry Young and the a widow et al) In of Range Section::: Kast.Peing 17: ,. Township, 5 South._ being N.VU"D.sajTd'/ectioQ feet, Artierly 17, and aid along point XEU of XWU of SE 4 of Sectlo*
A of land fifty feet Range 21
Chandler reporter. : following officers were elected: width strip extending IS feet northwesterly : lands" owned by D. K, Ked- aid line, from, the southwest corner'I Itter@'gf. 'Cr TO'K'nsp, i 8utb. Florida,
and Framrs Uf'neHe"d1n. ;
ding 'and
LOCAL MANAGER FOR Anderson Jr. Hi. P1 eddt-nt, William Holland; vice- and 33 feet southeasterly\ froni line hi" wife. Box 114. hawtey, Florida: rdrree; 'running minutes tn.East-e sortj morepanilcularly de.ribel .follows -

The C. C. Anderson Junior High president. Ethel Young; treasurer. the and taver followingdeecHVd,intr'tne SW'i of survey the XE1,* and BRAD identified 102.PARCEL a! line, list .Xo.- ; 21 fi of,
Tigers and Tigerettes will journeyto Harry Young; secretary Ruth nf Section '!3. 'Township 6 South. NO. 4 (Nelson B. Block Xortb ,:: d'gfees 23 minute East I line of the WH of XW I. of tHefiE'i
a dintanre Of ,300 feet to its ,
Tr nton. for a double header Edna Holland; reporter Gloria Rang %t East.7Bradford Countf. et ,n;.) point of the north line of' f"aJd Section :4. lid pointL.MgS40
Jim Walter Florida more particularly describes A strip of land fifty feet.in widthextending uit.t ftet. more or Ies we r-
Corp. on Thursday, Feb. 5th. Coach C. Graham. Other official appointments is follows to-wit: ; 13: feet nOrth..rly-and H the SW "lf of tbel SW'.of'Sectfon iy and along sid line from the

Johnson is hoping they will be will be made by President Beginning at a point in the weft feet southerly from tile fallowing :: Ban.JV. Township. South, Rang i southeast corner thereof, and running
line of the 5W14 of the NEU of saMSection described survey line and traversingall : I thence North 50 degrees t
able to tring the bacon home. On New members include: :P-eing tacds owned by Madeline.
V Holland.
%3. Said point being 400 felt of Section 3, Township i'i omn. minutes East a distance( 790 .
Friday 13 watch out for "blacKcats" : Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cummings and more or !es'. southerly and along Range 22 Ean.! the '%V% :of 'tee Edward5'and spouse if married. 76t '; to Its point of exit in the es line
"World's Largest Home Builders" said line fliithe'northwe' corner XW I. of Section :!. Townsnjp s: Haight $ .. San Francisco California of the W of tbe NW!' the
The and tigeretteswill of Green-
tigers Mr. and Mrs. Flowers : : and Line
22 East KTadfordCountr : $
thereof; and'Tnnrihtg thence North South. Range/ Identft Lit I SE14 of Section 2,. Township
meet the Douglass School leaf Tavern Putnam Hall. The 4S degrees '!S 'minute East a di- Florida more, particularlY I I..Vo. 2 Rr.t-t South Range 21 East; re-entering

team of High Springs. Come out next regular meetng will be heldat lance f.f 60( $ feet to Its point of described a* follows to wit:.. i Parcel' ) Cecil Crawford) the suoject property at a point h
SWUof Beginning at a point la. the A.otrip of Jand fifty ft in width NEVi of
exit hi the nwth Ifne'-of the the south line of the
WILL BE IN STARKE and "rabbit foot" and and Mrs. V'i the exending Ii.feet northerly and 55
biing your the home of Mr. the XE'; of'Sectlou-1. TownShiP north lin of the of NW'i NW4 of SEU of Section 2 4, saId
said Section 2. Said point being fee' from the folliewingd.snit4
pull for the teams. The game will Jerry Clark in South Starke. 6 South. Range 5 'EastBeing of iA feet easterly and along said southerly line and traversing point being 275 feet more or lees,
from
CM- fltn't'Y line
EACH THURSDAYjSTARKE be played on the basketball courtin G'oria Graham. reporter. I bert a .fdow.Ben lands owned: 481.by Carrie I>UegUd:>, line from the northwest"carter'South :: 2 1 'and, "25 t -'Wptawu( altrl1.nd along corner thereof: and
thereof: and running", thenCe t'At \ said being tne
I n.
weather .
Lawtey if the permits. 454.BeHeglade.
Hospital Patients I Florida: Ernest Colbert Box 4' degree. 3ft minutes West a:.distance ., of the $W of the NW" and 'running' thence North l deane.
Anderson is asking all City: Florida any and all ; s thenc*f fCtnftfuf East a distance
Pnncipal John Lennon of Pleasant of : : feet to a point: NW'4 of SW'U of NWand XEVi
other 'addres'* unknown. 257 feet to the point of exit t.li.f
AT and friends to support of Reno are persons. South 50 f degrees 1* minu ** We,lt rt.f.S f. XW i of Settles It! .
Icyal
patrons and Viola Williams who 'claim anr: Tlght'title and interest a di"tance of 2227:! feet to itspohrt of .n4 ; south, Ttanjce 2F.astLYtdiord !Me't"f the SE>i of the \
the home games. He noted still fn the county hospital. as heirs nf "NatbTniel Colbert.deceased. exit in the west line of the SW'; C.'unty. Fl rMa, ttore nf FetiO 2 1. TownshiP S Sul

.HARDWARE CO. with interest. the large attendanceat Friends are urged to Yisit them. 23 .BRAD-3S.and identified' as line liStNO. of Range: Section:: Ea:3.'t.Be .Township i _Youth, Oartfcttlarly'des.'rTbe'd'as'fdlTo'w's'to1wit Being ture land Eaa owned by Jam a ,.

games played out of town so Viola Williams is in need of blood PARCEL SO. 2 (H tbert S. Xorman ng! lands owned by :el.on' 'B.I : .' tn tneSsT O. Bx J4$. ZU
B
i1n 1iTy at 'olnt
Florida,
12:30: P.M. TO 6:00: P.M. please come out. one and all. persons wishing to donate are A'strlp'etbi'of) land flfty'feet' in wldihextudfugifrj Blocker.wife. P and 0 Pox Clara 1i! ;H.. fl1w-1.r Ja'-kt"11\111o, his! I line'( of the-. SWU. of 1 swt.>, iaid'polnt of the aitdl North frtfec aark. in a Line a"List .o. %J

.to President Crawford was pleasedto asked to contact Mr. Edmondson. | and Beach. Florida and identified ay line '? is4 of ard I'e tfnn *

note an increase in attendanceto Administrator for appointment. :i feet sontheastefy described from line the and following list! Nr 23 BRAD 1 4.TOT" I being said line 4?1 from fet th northerly*-'.nthw and.*t'*.Ionl 'Tm'. AS'D EACH OF YOU AE

For Call PTA this month. A record will Tuberculosis Institute traversing; Lots 11 survey and 12 of Wood- ., O"H OF TO.U. AIr.HfRER1" 'h r of. and running thence North HEREBY COMMANDED to be add

Appointments be kept on attendance for the rest The Bradford County Chapterof lawn ubdi"il'i..l)* ana. '*) Megrees 9< mnute.'kaetVa tWa 4is- spptar.'hi'and before the said Circuit
the the Sti of the XEV of XWU >f appear! In and before th* said 1r- !'Ia'ti.s4.fc0' fe. pointV.ta.ns Court.on the 15th day of Febra-
JACKSONVILLE .-- EV 7-1141 Collector of the year. Don't forget the Florida Tuberculosis and section 17. Townhip 5 South.; Range nut Court on the lath day of Feb North homeroom class attendance contest Health Association are sponsoring 22 East Pradford County. Florida ruary. A,D. 135J.,; tit snow what Interest a distant. of 1$ have in saId property exit in ea't of th XE' of STVUof show why It should
STARKE only parents can register. two delegates for the Leadership more particularly described as follows. :you the NW'4 of Section 19 Town"bi" to cause
-- WO 45311"If to wit: *. and to how can < PTA the first Tuesday in each Institute for"Negro Workers from Bginning at a point in the so.th not. be taken for the ns#s and pur- 5 South. Hanic. % Ea t. .a forth in said Petition 6rels
saM Petition or p.-inar lands owr.ed Crawfntd. -
It's conth, C. Johnson reporter. Feb. 5 to 7. The sessions will beheld line of the S 1,2 of the NE'i of tbe pov* !et forth In 'Cel. >e "harrrd.
A Home else he barred. Koqte No 1. Box 'ind the
Quality V Lwte. V band
> Said .. my .
of 1.
XW i said Section ,

hUE High at University Hospital.TIoi-; being ort\ WITNESS my rtand'and tfl". .al Fb>n 475
It's A Jim 'Walter Home" We tegret the illness of Principal ida A M University. Tallahassee. sferty point and along feet.said more line frVtm\ of said. A,CSt DVCOIRT m'this. 12tn day of January No. ::- -! A D 1939.
dad frarcel X.,. S (J. S 5app. Jr.) (COCRT SEAL)
the southwest thereof: .
is An interesting has corner ( $t:.'I.) '
Eddie Thompkins. He now program ., !
feet in OUfJe A.
A fifty
running 23 degrees KT. "trp'M'I..nd wdtl 1nbJ
thence Xojth! CHARI.ES A o.{
OTHER OFFICES: in "Brewster HospItal 'for observation ; been ":nranged. 'Many 'outstanthns 23 minute '.a-t"a dl-t3n of 34 "n..rfc:: fof .th. lrnit form -'' a.t4hwe.t* C'1.Fk ...f the Court 14T1.ir..la.

OCALAIXEsrn.LE: PALATKA : and treatment but is expected health: fpeciali-sts have been invited feet to a point; tbenre North -a Ugreea. -"- of Indrord'ollnt,.. M>)r..1%. S: net U. Crosby
ie rril line mdtratsrein fly (S> 'nin
S3 minute Ea!t a duranreof Hf s' Marian U CToshy.Deputy < > "I"y
\! to return to his post of to participate the i>ro-. :372 feet to its point cf exit, Snth Clerk. Lot 21 in Wood- t Deputy Clerk ,

I duty soon.'He Is'being'ablY assist gi'am.;'Representatives from-firid-' aorta Ua of the Sfc of the 1.Ii ItJ, laws SubdiTialoB- Iota being U -V l-U U1





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FACE EIGUT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.( STAKKE FLORIDA IIII'KMIAY, FEBRIAUV. 1959
I II
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1- I I I.
1 I yyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvYVVyyyy I I and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley. I IllUIILANi I II

'. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox entertained I BAPTIST CHURCH ;

HAMPTONBy : her parents. Mr. and.I Sunday School 9:45 a. m : ),
Mrs. May: also for their anniversary -i Morning Worship 11 a. m. and

d n Sin. II. E. mil I I on Saturday evening Janu- I i 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I

ary 31.Billy. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. ;,

;; 4Wi SOii a S1BTI5 SERVICE MEN 1uu...uu..u.uaauNew Barnes had several stitches George Chism pastor. Everybody < r

Soil Conservation Mail Service Set.CpIUTf'stiatt'd taken in cuts on his arm Sat- welcome. ,

urday afternoon after a hog he I II y
Pvt. Stephen T. O'Connor son For Hampton
rk
NEWSBy o! Mr. crd Mrs. Charles J. O'- Jacksonville; officials of the had recently purchased jumped I St. Edward's Catholic Church ;II 1 i t

Bill Connor of Keystone Heights reCEntly Seaboard Airline Railroad were I hm: in the field at feeding time .: Starke, Florida r (
Haas I
mauled him and bit him in the I Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. I it
participated with .
the 327th iu Hampton Monday to investi- I r
By G. T. Huggins! Soil Conservation Service Mr. Barnes back at work Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. dt'
arm. was
Infantry in annual combat efficiency mail .
r gate ways to speed up seniceirto '
5:30 6t
m.Weekday
driving the school bus Monday p.
County Agent Soil and water conservation Army training tests at Ft. Hampton. Mass at 8:00: a. m.

; 4Strawberry 1 farm plans were delivered to J. Campbell Ky. A member of the Since December mail has been morning. Confessions: Saturday 7 to 3 t
Co. C, O'Connor entered the Armyin Oscar Davis who had been ill
from
J. Parker and A. W. Norman. Included brought in Jacksonville by m.
Information :Needed Little About Lime at his home for several weeks, iP.
April 1958 and received basic
in their plans were sug- truck early each morning, replacing -.. | Baptisms marriages and Instructions -
The Market management can- Once in awhile some one asks combat training at Ft. Jackson was taken to an Orlando hospitallast !
gestions land the early and .
on use and pasture morning by appointment.
not do the best job for you when when is the best time to apply management. Also included is a S. C. The 19-year-old soldier attended night train stops made previously weekend for treatment. Mrs. I I
do not know the as Line whether or not certain crops Davis him and
they acreage Coral Gables High School accompanied was
liter train due Ir
conservation plan map and soil l The morning CHURCH OF GOD
r.ear as possible. It will be a great need lime and how much is and was employed by West Miami brought back home by their son. r
and capability map.A about 10:35: a. m., has still pickedup Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -
if will return card list- needed. The first is easy to answer Charles of Orlando.
help you a Auto Parts in civilian life. mail here. Davis They
and dropped 11 Sunday
Worship, a. m.
complete farm plan
word- I was pre-
Ing your acreage. because it is just one expected: to return Tuesday.
Anytime. It takes time for lime to pared for Pitt Newsome. He plansto This present set-up has not Evening Service 7:45: p. m. YPB
and Marshal Matchettand
Mr. Mrs.
Wonder if anyone picked a few become effective. Type of soil, put some of his old fields into Matthew C, Howard Gunner'sMate proved to be very reliable as was Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m *1 don't care if it was your :
Russell Williams drove to .
crates of berries last week besides weather condition and the cedar trees. lIe also is going to 3-c USN is receiving con- pointed up last weekend when Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. first lover
typeof
Lawtey Sunday to visit Mr. and p
Harold Norman? Marklee gratulations his recent
; establish Pitt on pro- mailbags containing last Thurs- LA""lrY
permanent pasture.
material all play a part. You i Mrs. Ed Durban and family. ThDurba:1'5
Starling has probably picked some get some results in 30 daysor is doing a very good job on his motion. He is the son of Mr. and day's: issue of the Telegraph armed Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora USE

by this time. There are a number may it be 365 woodland management problems, Mrs. Thomas M. Howard of Rt. in Hampton Monday morn- son Raymond had recently ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service i

of others right along with them. can days. working with Don Champion, 2 Starke and before entering the ing. broken his arm. Saturday, 7:30 p. Jl. J&J'sMODERNIZATION
Then there are some that are several Second question> crop requires Navy was employed by the Florida Mrs. M. R. Misner substitutedat
Farm Forester.
Officials plan a new delivery
weeks off. certain soil conditions if it Aircraft Co. in Orlando. He received Hampton Elementary School CHURCH OF CHRISTC.
George Kopelousos and Ben system, beginning March 1, but
We had, as you well remember. is to do its best. Liming materials his promotion while serving what is. cr Monday for Mrs. Elizabeth L. Overturf Jr, Minister PLAN
have
Suslow have as yet not decided
a setting period over about ten assist in conditioning the soil. If completed planting i aboard the Pacific Fleet attack Haines. who was absent due to i Sunday Sunday School 10.
their slash thatit the most eficient plan.
soil has been it pines. They say Easy Financing
limed
your never illness: in the family.
transport USS Calvert.
weeks. Ozzie Cason was among a. m.. morning service 11 a.
CelebratedMr.
is safe to looks like they got a good standof :May Anniversary
that it
pretty
the first to set and he started in i guess Mrs. May Sweeney and Miss evening service, 6:30: p. m. m..1
needs some. If it has been limed, trees. Planting of the seedlings and :Mrs. C. L. May were Norma Sweeney of Gainesville NO DOWN PAYMENTF.ILA.
did not John A. Bible ,
late August I think. Some Goolsby son of Mr. Wednesday study
it is difficult to when it i is not enough. A lot of folks are honored Friday evening with an
set until about third week in guess and Mrs. P. F. Goolsby of Rt. 1, spent Friday night here with Mr. p. m. Title 1 Loan or
needs A soil is forgetting to protect these new anniversaryfish and bird" sup-
October. more. test the only Starke has completed recruit and Mrs. C. L. May. Miss Connie ABC flan Loan
way to be sure. plantings from wildfires. One of per and party at Bedford Lake. Sweeney of Gainesville spent Sunday with his for two Fla.
Screwworm :News Good training at the Marine Corps Re- here parents 301 E. Can St. -- Starke
the b st. but not safeway
completely Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
The third i with Mr. and Mrs. Robert at
is also
question easy cruit Depot Parris Island S. C. weeks in between semesters
Two weeks ago-63 cases in to protect your woodland is Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall,
to answer. A reliable soil test is He will now take further special- Cox the University of Florida.
Broward County. Last week only
of fire
by a system breaks.
19. We think you are interestedin the only way to know. Soil sam- 'S. ized infantry training at Camp Friends of Mrs. Bertha Pearceof Vernon Forsyth who has beenin I J&J1UILDING

ples are taken and the test is Lejeune, N. C. ating as a unit of the 7th Fleetin Sterke, a former Hampton Bradford County hospital since
keeping up with the progressof In planning for 1959 the Boardof
made in soil testing lab at the the Far East. The ship is expected resident will regret to learn that I
with SUPPLIES
this program and :you will not January 1. injuries recei'etI
for the Bradford
Supervisors
University. There is no cost for to return to the U. S. in saw nas entered Bradford County I
forget that it is not impossiblefor Soil Conservation District discus- Luther D. Griffis Airman USN, i from an automobile accident is QUALITY & SERVICE
this service the near future. The Navyman is hospital for observation.
us to get a case in our own I sed self-government.We i is serving aboard the attack air- tne son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thomas J. Alderman son of I steadily improving. his family re-

county. New Industrial can do more about conser- craft carrier USS Midway, oper- Griffis of: Rt. 1, Starke. Mr. and Mrs. T J. Alderman is ports.
Our inspector Jorge Valldejuli, ration and development of land ,j
is ready to answer any call that Development if work
Group and water we together instead -
comes in about any suspicious of working separately.That.s .
Will Meet HereThe
livestock continuesto
wound. Jorge
1 1I the essence of the Soil
make regular visits into all sec- I.
new Northeast Florida Industrial Conservation District. Furthermore -
tions of each week.
our county
Committee, our Districts are so esta-
Development
Watch Plant Beds
blished in the United States that .
More acres of tobacco will be organized in Jacksonville last the initiative the responsibility,

planted this year. More plant beds week will meet at 10 a.m. on Feb. and the decisions in each Districtare

are seen about over the county. 26 in the Garden Restaurant The specifically reserved for theGoverning

Tobacco growers are aware that meeting is being held here due to body of each District.That's .

the most serious plant bed disease the central location of Starke in self-government local self- ty I .r ..ry

L; blue-mold. The treatment is the area. govenment of the kind that makes Ax < P

the same as for the past several Robert }!;:Intire, executive director our country strong. f : i / -_ -- -
years. Ferbam or zineb used as or the :starKP.Hra<1for<1 Coun- :- ; $
Just as a matter of good busi-
dust. The ty Chamber of Commerce attend-
or important
spray <
:
ness, I know we can do a better
thing is to watch your plant bed. ca the organization meeting of tne
job of farming with a complete -
/
Prevention of blue mold is better development group In Jacksonville / 4Y
farm conservation plan than r
than trying to cure it. last week. "
without one. When we protect

each acre according to its needs, cl
y
and use: each acre within its capabilities -

OPENING NEXT SUNDAY we cut the cost of pro- I r ..
duction and normally increase I f.' $ ,.


F IS yields sense per-acre.anytime That but especially makes good in k< 4; ) : iii4 ;

these days of rising costs rising .. ; :

taxes, and general inflation.



.1S. CARD wish to OF express THANKSWe our sincere \YIi' 1 ,: (

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thanks to all of our friends during Ii g

the long illness of our mother,. :. .. 'N; ra '''
Laura H. Wilson. Their express- '. f 5 ::h, ,:i "

icns of sympathy and kind acts ___ ., i jl

will always be remembered. May _____ I:1: .'..::;;' f..t.i' ); tt&

God bless each of you.-The fam- y __ '
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o: Mrs. Laura H. Wilson. ___
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA _





STABKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. scheme; was carried out with her birthday last week. 1 p. m. I Anne's Episcopal Church South District

crepe paper streamers and decor- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason were KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Park-Of-The-Palms Speaker The regular meeting of the Wo

ations used efectively. Pink, red dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. The speaker at the Park-of-the- man's Auxiliary will be held at Civilian Defense

MELROSE i and white camellias and green- Simeral at their Jiome on Lake Rosemary Danrer Pzlms for the week of Feb. 8-13 the Parish House on Wednesday.Feb. Chairman NamedA

ery were used on the coffee table, Brooklyn. will be Dr. H. H. Savage. Pastor 4. at 10 a. m.

By Joyce RothhammerIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA piano, and the gift table. The Ray Mathews is staying with Square Dance MeetingsThe Clay Service League Program I First Baptist Church, Pontiac. Don't forget the Pancake Sup- meeting of the South Section
table Mich. The public is invited to attend per on Tuesday. Feb. 10 in the Civil Defense
ctnteruiece for the gift wasa his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph newly organized Square The Clay Service League, a. of the Clay County
made of and I these lectures which are presented 'Parish House. It will last from held in the'Fire-
heart greenery Mathews and family, between Dance group held its first meet- group of women who present civic I '. organ:-1tion was
Melrose WMU: Meets camellias with a large baby doll semesters. Ray attends college :n ing last Wednesday evening from programs, will bring a pre-legis- every day. Adidtional in- 5:30: to 7:30: p. m. All you can eat hcuse a: Keystone Heights last
Unionof formar.on can be obtained by\ for only $1 adults and SOc for Director Ray
The Woman's Missionary in the center. I Cochran, Ga. ? to 10:30: in Mr. Wiggin's building lative program to Keystone Friday night.
In calling the office. The number 15'' chiIdr -n. Everyone is welcome to under existing -
Church that
the Eliam Baptist Mrs. Tom Odom led the groupin Mrs. Maude Rogers has been the former 5 and lOc store. Heights. It will be held in the I Chance explained

Melrose met recently at the games, after which coffee and visitin her children in Lire Oak. The members attending this Keystone Woman's Club House 2661. I attend this supper. state plans. Clay County

Church. Our new state of Alaska cake were served. She returned Saturday to Mrs. first meeting were the Harden- OP Saturday Feb. 21 at 8 p. m. CHURCH NEWS Twenty new pews and kneelers has been designated as a support.

was the topic for this month's Mrs. Yvocdard was presentedwith Lynn's Nursing Home. bughs Lovorns, Stricklands, The speakers will be State Sen- First Baptist Church were installed in the church last aunty for adjacant areas which

meeting. many lovely gifts, which Miss Authurine Blanchard and Himbles, LaMees, Mrs. R. Sibley, ator Tom Adams and State Representative The WMU met cn Tuesday Jan. weekend and used for the firs>t may subjected to direct enemy

A very interesting and inform- had been placed in a decorated friend, Miss Esther Mason, visited Virginia: Sibley, Bill Reynolds, Edwin Sam Saunders. The 27 at 10 a. m. Mrs. J. D. Pa.ttor time at Sunday service on Feb. 1.St attack for fallout patterns

ative program was presented by baby crib. Miss Blanchard's aunt, Mrs. Howard Susan; Roberts and Brooklyn Civic Association will presented the program. "The ; William's Catholic Church Mayor M.L.. Beasley was ap-

Mrs. Thelma Preston and Mrs. Those attending were Mesdames Johnny McLeod. Mrs. R. Daurer. sponsor this program for the Lord's Song in a Strange Land:" The Catholic Club held its pointed chairman of the South

Priest Perry, program co-chair- Maud Robinson Maggie Steinert. William Chiappini is visitingMr. League. Anyone interested in Mrs. A. E. Anthony, president : meeting in the Club room last : Sfcticn. with the following sufc-

man: assisted by Mrs. Ralph Ida Perry, Edna Baker, Thelma and Mrs. Francis Chiappini Mrs. R. Sibley has done considerable what our legislators intend to do conducted the business meeting.I'(I' Monday evening. Feb. 2. I t!"airnwn: County Commissioner
work the
Mathews, Mrs. Dock Tison Mrs. Dampier Merle Hinnant, Betty and family during semesters at in organizing in Tallahassee in April should attend Plans were made for 'I A Bake Sale will be held downtown O. Murrhee. Advisor: H. L. Own-

Maxie Kin, and Mrs. Carl Reich- Odom, Thelma Preston Marge the University of Florida. group. She is being assisted by this meeting. It is opened to Day of Prayer, which will be held I I I near the Post Office on Sat- ., ley and G. E. WizRins.! water faci-
Bill Reynolds and Susan Roberts.
ardt representing a panel of missionaries King, Kathryn Vickers, Peggy Ty- Also with time to spare between everyone in this district. at the Baptist Church on Friday. :: U'day. Feb. 14. This bake sale will lies: Fred Dodd. fuel facilities E.
The club to
hopes gain more
; from Alaska. er, Josephine Mathews, Carrie semesters is Ray Gano who is members so it can continue their Lions Club NewsAt Ftb. 13 at 7:30: p .m. Everyoneis I i sponsored by the Altar Society. ::1. T. Martin. food supply: A. E Anthony -
staying with his parents, Mr. and invited to attend. The I I rt'r.-on.1ls
meetingwas
Mrs. Maud Robinson, presidentof Eland Lavonia Yarbrough Ada weekly dances after the present the Lions Club meeting on I organizations: C. Terrill
Mrs. Ovid Gano and Me- Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chapman
the WMU presided during the sister closed with a prayer bjMrs.. 1 I
Ford Patricia Sapp Anna Faye series of lessons. The membershipfor Monday, Jan. 26, it was decided recently returned from Hialcah. fire fighting facilities: Bert Chnst-
business meeting. Mrs. Ralph Sapp, Irene Ford. Sleety Kelley lissa.Guests lesions will have to be closed that J. R. Smith.
major project for the
year where weeks visiting and Herb Nelson communications
two
Mathews of Mr and Mrs. Albert The Dorcas and the Andrew they spent offers
announced that Mrs.
Flora Morris, Esther King, and this week to that the would be
beginners so raising funds for the Installation -
Reed had: some slides which her Diane Ton.Outoftown; Spires were Mr.and Mrs. George class of the church met Thursday thfir children and grandchildren. : Bob Baylor and Re J.

daughter. Barbara, had sent from Austin of Daytona Beach. Mr. present group may progress of lights at .the school exenmj at 6:30: for a regular Upon their return to their R Smith. shelter: W. M. Beam,
guests Mrs. rapidly. However who has athletic field. On this
were anyone Tuesday I.I
Austin is lured to Melrose the
WMU' by business and social meeting. A '
like
Nigeria, and would the M. W. Sykes of Island Grove, mother done square dancing, is invited to evening Feb. 10, a DoorToDoorLight ; (Continued on Page lZ) ttansportation.TERWILLEGAR .
fine in Lake Santa :
to fishing Fe. cohered fish was served.
these. Barbara and her supper
see of the honoree, and her sis- take the remainder of the lessons. Blub Sale will be held by r
husband are missionaries in Ni- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young olWestficld. : Mrs. A. G. Loudon is president of I E
of For additional information the club
ter-in-nw, Mrs. Thomas Sykes con members. A household '
geria.It N. J. were recent guestsof the Dorcas class and Mrs. I. B.
Ocala. ; tact Mrs. Sibley whose phone assortment of light blubs selling
Col. and L. M. Pearsall
Mrs. Tjre is the teacher. F. M. Fink
was decided that the WMU' had. number is 3852. for $2 per package of ten bulbs,
Col. and Mrs. R. H. Kelly and Mrs. Mable Pearsall.Mr. is
president of the Andrew classand
would have a special meeting to' a-: guts Mrs. Kelly's sister Mr:;. and Mrs. A. C. Hoagland Home Demonstration Club News is prepared especially for the the teacher is Roy Chasteen.A MOTORSBuy

see these slides at a time con- James E. Clarke of Glendale, Ohio of Elizabeth, N. J. and Mrs. John 1 Mrs. Emery Cooper Mrs. Emma Lions Club Sale by Sylvania. study o fthe Book of Mark i

venient to Mrs. Reed. and a nephew. Fred Bauer of Hoagland of Taney town. Md. are Lamoreaux president of the club, :Ralph Bryan is chairman of the being continued at the church
Mrs. Dock Tison asked the
Berkeley, Cal. Also recent guestsof guests of Mrs. Martha MacKeachie and Mrs. Ray Cook, delegate, attended sale. This will be a continuous prayer service on Wednesday
members to bring their magazines the Kellys were Mr. and Mrs. of Pineview Cottage. a board meeting and an project with the Lions. Bulbs can

Christmas cards, etc. for Howarl Richardson of Glendale, Two prominent women in the_ open council meeting in Green .be bought from them at anytime. evenings Community at Church 7:30. Now and Save Hundreds of

1 the Sunland Training Center in.. Cove Name will be posted on the Post
the
Ohio. field of archeology in the United Springs at Agricultural Rev. Thamas G. Lawrence conducted -
Gainesville.Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Debbie Ford of States are the house guests of I Extension office on Tuesday, Jan. Office Bulletin Board as to who services last Sunday assisted -
Robinson reminded all themembers Col. and L 27. New council officers were installed will be selling the blubs throughout Dollars New 1959 FORDS
that associational dues Palatka last wek visited her parents Mrs. M. Pearsall. The by Gordon Purdy. on

are due s t this time. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. women Dr. Catherine Greywatzand at this meeting. Mrs. La- the year. A Men's Class started Sunday.

Mrs. Susie Preston adjournedthe Mrs. G. P. Rippy has been visit- Dr. Dorothy Cross, are from moreaux is the alternate delegateto Rotary Club NewsA Jan. 31. It will meet each Sundaya

meeting with prayer. There ing her sister Mrs. Mamie Lakein New Jersey.Dr. the state convention of the H. club assembly meeting was : 9:30 a, m. 21 NEW FORDS TO SELECT FROM!

were twenty-six members attend- Savarnah. Ga. Greywatz is curator of the D. c. and Mrs. Virginia Sibleywas held at Al Watson's home on Sunday. Feb. 8. Frederick

ing. Mrs. Alice Phinney of Boston Trenton Museum in N. J. She is elected 2nd. vicepresident.A Monday evening, Jan. 26. Sacher of the ParkofthePalms.will .
one of the founders of the New lunch was served after the 1953 CHRYSLER
Mrs. Woodard Honoree At Mass. visiting Mrs. Lottie Har- The regular monthly directors conduct services and speak

Stork Shower In :Melrose Jersey Archeology Society.Dr. meeting.A meeting will be held at Al Wat OP "the Ministry of the Gideons". New Yorker. Like New

The Golden Circle Sunday ris.Mrs.. Mungo Wilson of Draket. Cross is State Archeologistof group: of women, under the son's :home on Monday, Feb. 9, at Feb. 8 is also Boy Scout Day. Our $ Radio and Heater. Powei
and New Jersey She also is Professor direction of Mrs. Margaret Nel- 7:45 p. m. local troop will attend services in $595-00 :
School Class of the Eliam Baptist Mass. is the guest of her son Brakes and Steering. Air-
of Archeology at Hunter University son, have been taking lessons in a body Myron Prevatt is the;
At last
Church in Melrose honored Mrs. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Friday's meeting Jan. Condo One Owner. Local
Russell Woodard recently witha Walter Wilson and family. in New York. tailoring. Mrs. Nelson is the County 30, I. W. McLean manager of scoutmaster of this troop. Special'
This is the first trip to Floridafor Agent for the Home Demon- attention will be given in the Car.
Stork Shower in the Church Mrs. Winnie Frederickson and the Villa Plumosa court, was guest ser-
bo h of them. They plan to I stration Club. The next meeting vice to the founding of this
Educational Building.A Mrs. Louise Gnu helped their mo- speaker. His speech was entitled"What.s
study the Indians of Florida. 'r of this will take
sewing group movement in 1910.
yellow and green color' ther, Mrs. Minnie Birt celebrate in Your Attic? 1957 CHRYSLERWindsor
We were sorry to hear of the II place at the home of Mrs. J. R. Local Resident Wins PrizeIn New

death of John M. Mahler last Smith on Thursday Feb. 5, at 1 Fordor.
3 BARBERS TO SERVE YOU AT ALL TIMES Writing Contest KEYSTONEJEWELERS Trans.
week in a Starke hospital. He is p. m.Sbower. Tires. Auto
We rote that our local Christ-
Open 8 A.M. To 6 P.M. the father of Mrs. C. W. Durbin:' For Mary SchaefferA mas Tree nurseryman, J. H. Tul- $189500Seat. Steering Brakes and

and has made his home with her baby shower was held by Mrs. lis. is really making a success "f Expert Watch Repairing X-Clean. One Owner.

KEYSTONE BARBER SHOP this past year.A I' Helen Conneen at her home,,.for his first love, free lance writing.: Quality Line 'Jewelry Local) Car.DON'T .
retired building contractor
Mary Schaeffer last Thursday,
Mr. Tullis quit broiler raising for;
Frank Jones Leamon Ward Coon Wilson Mr. Mahler was born May 30,' Jan. 29 at 10 a. m. Approximately he second time this September Walter M. Muhlhofer
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1873 in Rochester Ind. 30 women attended the shower. -, to go back to writing. Last week
Funeral services were held Sunday Mary was practically hidden! I
I he received a $25 check for a
in Rochester with Williams- by the huge stack of gifts which
short article on Supplemental
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE Thomas Funeral Home in charge took about an hour to open. The Farming. This week he received a'iperb I I

Men's. Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes cf local arrangements. new "Shaver" will be well dressed volume., illustrated in color 0 FORGET
Minnie Birt Circle Meets
when it makes its appearancein entitled "300 Years of American

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Mrs. Leslie Price was hostess to Keystone in the near future. Painting" as a prize in a TIME I

the "Minnie Birt" Circle of the After the gifts were opened and magazine writing contest.

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Melrose Methodist Church last viewed. Mrs. Conneen served coffee Girl Scout News

1 Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Evans and cookies. Mrs. Fremont Tolles. leader of TO REGISTER NOW !
lead the "Literature and
program,
Clay Memorial Hospital AuxiliaryMrs. troop 295 attended a Field Com-

Literacy." G. R. Starnes, Mrs. Fre- mittee of all District Chairmen in

BLUE PINES BAR & GRILLHiway Following a social hour pie and mont Tolles, Mrs. J. O. Himble Jacksonville last week. Mrs. Tolles
cake were served to the 13 ladies
Mrs. Alma Frost, Mrs. David A. is Chairman of District 6 which is

100 4 Mi. East of Keystone Heights present Basketball by Game the hostess.EnjoyableEver Nelson, :Mrs. Thomas Elmore, Mrs. a combination of Clay and Put- REDFEARN'S GIFT

Francis Egan and Mrs. Charles nam counties. .
wonder what that couple
GRILL NOW OPEN SERVING T. Smith attended the orientation Trocp 190 and Brownie troop
down t the street would look like
STEAKS SHRIMP{ CHICKEN PIT BAR.B-Q out on the basketball court? meeting of the Clay Memorial 229 held a joint meeting at St.WiUiam.s .
Hospital Auxiliary on Thursday, Club Room last Friday.
SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS Melrose residents were seen play- of the meet- The girls exchanged songs and
Jan. 29. The purpose
basketball following-Ure Ham SEWING MACHINETo
Phone Keystone Heights 4072 ing Supper last Saturday night. ing was to explain the duties of dances they have learned at their Wizard Portable
meetings. A short business meet-
the auxiliary and the program in :

community faculty Although against it was only supposed people two faculty in to the be which Most of members the Keystone can participate.group will I!the jig wa.Brownies held as first hostesses during, served which Be Given Away Saturday February 14 -- 6 P. M.


ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE the woman'steam do sewIng for the hospital in their cookies baked by troop committee ,
members played on
!own homes. members, Mrs. Scotty Beam and

2 Bedrooms, Dining Area Living Room, Kitchen, Tile ,. and The only faculty three on wore the men'steam. white Mrs. Saunders, chairman of thevarious : Mrs. Bettye Cook. Nothing To Buy Just Come In And Register!

Bath, Hardwood Floors. Floor Furnace, Lots of Storage shirts and other team wore black: committees, will be in Boy Scout News
Keystone on Wednesday. Feb. 18,; Jack McKay. professional l
Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in
hirts.
scouter who is Field Executive for MODEL EW-12;
for a meeting at the home of Mrs.
town, near shopping, doctors beach, and churches. In th men's game it was close.
C. T. Smith. She will help or- tie St. John River District met
Financing arranged. Far above average, on well land. The black shirts took an early gsnize the Keystone group for last week with the scoutmaster.
lead. but the game was tied at I
scaped lot. further auxiliary work. Myron Prevatt assistant scoutmasters -
the half. Slowly the white shirts ttotpointDeluxe
March Of Dimes Ball Tom Muir Skip Strick-

S. E. M c KAY.. REALTOR pulled into the lead and Rev.finished M. H. The annual March of Dimes land.- BiU Reynolds. Jr_ and Al I
with a 29-20 victory.
rll will be held in the NCO Club Watson who is chairman of the '
Breyfojle and coach Lucein John- Boy Scout Committee. The purport -
at Camp Blanding on Monday
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 son tied for scoring honors on the Refrigerator
evening Feb. 16. Woody Herman of the meeting was to review
white team with 6 points each.
and his 15 piece orchestra win the charter and the activities of

I Ray Gano was top scorer for the play! for the dance. Tickets are the scout: troop. The Rotary Club 2-Door 2-Tone, Automatic
with 7 points for the black
I game being sold in Keystone Heightsby sponsors this troop which meetsin
Carl
StoreI earn. Charles Howell and Mrs. L. F. LaMee and Mrs. C. Boy Scout Hut on Brooklyn Defrosting
BELOTE Hagglund contributed 5 points:
Drug J. O'Connor. The price is $2.50 Lake. I
each for the losing cause. person. For additional infor- Last week at the regular Tues-
per
: In the women's game the white mation, contact Mrs. O'Connorwhose day meeting. Skip Strickland entertained $
took early lead which
shirts an Guaranteed
phone number is 4297. the boys with songs ac
they never relinquished. As the v
Has Just Woman's Club News companied br his guitar. I5O
ended the final score was
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game COME ONE COME ALL to the Skating Party For "Open Trade!

The Right 14-21. Open House of the Keystone House Youngsters"The
Officials for the Women's game
man's Club on Sunday wO-1 1 6th, 7th and 8th graders
Barber and Robert
Coach Dave
were
Giftor from 4 to 7 p. m. The club who have been attending Open I.
Menzen. The men's game was
Calvin O'Steen and chairman Mrs. S. E. McKay and House at the Community Church .
officiated by
CardFor the Open House chairman. Mrs. every other Friday night will enjoy All Porcelain Automatic
Mark Gaboardi. -
i Emery Cooper.. and their commit- a Skating: party in Gainesville Giant Oven HOTPOINT
SCHOOL NEWS
Everyone"Stingers" The Senior Class is now making tees, are working hard to make on Friday, Feb. 13. S. E. McKayis HOTPOINT WASHER

this a gala affair. Everyone in paying the price of admissionfor
plans for their Senior trip. They the Keystone area is invited to the entire group. The boys $$150With
only
Soas Range
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attend the Open House this Sun- and girls will be transported to
they
See Our (Hate Valentines) are a undertaking money-making the project project of day afternoon.A Gainesville by chaperons in private Only $189 with trade

selling electric light bulbs. Other business-tea meeting will be cars. ( Trade)

If there's anybody you don't like we have just the money-making projects are going I held in the club house on Tues- Civil Defense News

fit 'em Don't sign 'em JUST SEND the Senior day. Feb. 10 at 2 p. m. i A Civil Defense meeting was I
Valentine to tc be bake sales and I Melrose
Junior Woman's Club News 'held for the area council at the NOTICE: If you have a friend who would like to receive this FREE Keystone -
'EMI: 3 FOR 25c. play. In order to meet this goal
they are going to need the sup- The Feb. 12 meeting ot the Fire Home on Wednesday. Jan. Florahome section, come in and give us their name and address, we will be

PERFUMES by Revlon Junior Woman's Club will be a 23. At this meeting questionnaireswere ; their to the list.REDFEARN'S.
Full Line of COSMETICS and port of everyone in our community. glad to add name
Valentine: Party for the membersand passed out to various members

Corday, Coty and Many Others. Bulldog Lose To St. Joes heir husbands. It will be so they could obtain infor-

held at the Keystone Woman's'. mation on facilities for transportation -
Defeat Ft. McCoy
Club House; at 8 m. shelter, water resources
in Gift Boxes Leading by two points in the p.
Whiteman Chocolates Th Teen-age Dance sponsoredby medical and.first aid. etc.
final two minutes of the game,
the Junior Woman's Club will The Woman's Club also had a
the Melrose Bulldogs let victory
last be held in the Fire House on Sat- civil defense meeting last week.

BELOTE DRUG STORE Tuesday slip through night their as they fingers faced StJoseph's urday evening.. Feb. 21. This is Mrs. Long of the State Welfare"

Academy at St. Augu- to be a "Sadie Hawkins" dance. Bureau gave a speech on Welfare "Where Service Is Assured"PHOXE

"Let Us Fill Your Next Prescription"Phone stine.This makes the second loss Additional information on the and Civil Defense.

dance will on posters The regular monthly Civil Defense -
2161 Keystone Heights to the St. Joe Flashes this .sea- appear held in 9391 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
placed in busy areas of nthisweek meeting win be

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Here's A Great Buy, $49.5917 Jewel $75.00 Gent Diamond Ring $33.88
V $$6.95 Value I NOW $$2.88
SELF WINDING I WATCH
$52.50 Diamond Sets $19.88
Absolutely Guar.nteed-this watch is all steel- $9.95 Value NOW $$3.88
Waterproof and, shockprpof. TOMORROW:
$$37.50 Solitaire Diamond $16.88
Leather Watch Bands $4.00 Watch Bands

+ Retailing While t They as high Last as at S2.50 Only [.Hundreds Guaranteed to Quality Choose From.including A $$225.00 Diamond d" Sets I $111.88 '
/ Stainless Steel.
Diamond Sets $168.88
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W Friday and Saturday 8:30 a.m.. and
y4 at 5:30 p.m.. a beautiful childs bracelet
that sold for $3.95 will be given away
f ,!? A< a absolutely free to the first 100 adults that
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FOR WHAT IT WILL BRING WHEN GEM-0.-.... JEWELRY- SAYS SELL THEY MEAN IT


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(AST A FEW_ DAYS -- OR A WEEK --- That's Up To The Buying Public!t SPECIAL I I C'-- ; .. ', ', '" --:

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Away Over 1,000 Solid Rings To Go!

SOLID GOLD 5 Big Special Tomorrow -
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AMONDS ALL PRICED WEDDING BANDS I

TO SELL! Here's a Buy-Never Seen Before $10 $2.88 GROUP I One great group Ladies Solid Gold Rings -
$6.88
14 Kt. Gold Band tomorrow at every birthstone is here. Values up to $15.00

$12.00 Men's 14 Ct. Solid Gold GROUP II Here is another. All Solid Gold Rings, beautifully $9.88

$$29.95 Dinner Ring I $14.88 Band Tomorrow at .3.88Men's mounted with your favorite Values stone.to$25.00 ;-:,

Hundred of GROUP III Men's and Ladies' Fine Solid Gold Rings, I
$49.95 Dinner Ring $174'88 TIE CUFF SETS LINKS AND eautifullO-Kt.CHILD'S Gold RINGS Mountings newest mountings, very bearuhful Values to styles.$35.00 $12.88

$69 95 Diamond Rm' $$34 88 Take Your Choice Tomorrow 'Values to $6.00 and $8.00 GROUP IV Here is a terrific choice and selection.:Men's $1' 5.88 0..
A Whole Table Full IN 2 GRAND GROUPS and Ladies' Solid Cold Rings. $40.00 Value

$$85 00 Diamond Solitaire) $$37 88 68C $1'0.88 NOW'. 8 GROUP V Here is a group you must not miss. Men's $19.88< '
$2. and Ladies Heavy.." 'Solid Gold Rings.
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$5.50 to $7.50 _Values up to$50.00
$175.00 Diamond So$87.88 TIE SETS AND ELECTRIC SHAVER .
CUFF LINKS Retailing as High as $32.50
$$35.00 Dinner Ring $$16.88 NOW 98C Now as low as $JI:QQ K itpJrf/Jv/AffIi1WEMpTi

$300.00 Diamond Set $1488S Men's&Womenfs Out They Go-
IDENTS $6.95 Child's _
$87.50 Diamond Solitaire $$36.88 One large group of sterling MATCHING SET l \ ;\ 1 a
idents. Large and small, andwonderful Beautifully boxed matching Entire Stock.0 of f Fine'Cot slome Jewelry '' ,
variety to choose child's Bracelet and, Necklace: ,
$$100.00 Diamond Solitaire $$41.88 from Many from !
all3 OFF SIJ-88OO8e 3 Great Lots toChoo From '

$$60.00 Diamond Set $$21.88
Nationally Advertised Shaeffer: LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. 2 LOT NO. 3 -
Parker and "'aterman' TAKE YOUR CHOICE .Another great assort. "
$$300.00 Diamond d Band $$148.88 Pen and Pencil Sets CULTURED'- $3.50 Tremendous of Pins Earrings Assortmenta: ....- choose ment. from.Hundreds Newest to Beautifully VALUES Boxed TO $29.95 Sets.
PEARL
Now All Reduced as Much ( Broaches. You will find t styles Earrings Pins, All the newest and best
t.$$115.00 'Diamond Set $$57'88 112 OFF Now Only I Values up to $-1.50 Bracelets, Necklaces. in beautiful boxes.
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Watch On Sale
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.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Jacksonville. Feb. 6. Mr. Watson is a memberof yyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYYYYYYY1 YYYyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyy YYYYYYYYYYTyyyyyyyyyyyyt Cocoa Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs George Malmgrenof the Revelers. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Keith of I "
LEE'S
KEYSTONE Chicago, 111. arrived in Key- Watson will also attend the Flor- FLORAHOMEAND EVERGREENBy GRIFFIS LOOPBy Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. DRIVE-IN

HIGHLIGHTS stone Thursday Jan. 29 for a visit ida Yacht Club Dance this Satur- GRANDIN Keith's parents Mr. and Mrs. THEATREPhone

with Alex Malmgren. Alex and day evening Feb. 7. as guests of Ralph Gainey, Sunday.
............ ....&Au1 Stanley Crawford Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
George are brothers. They all arc Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Conway of i By DaceAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins'
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central Florida.Mr. Jacksonville.
new touring 1 aaaaaa..aawaaasaaa.aeMrs. and daughter Linda visited their

and Mrs. Edward Thiele Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morgan will daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Keystone Heights, ,Fla.
home in Cloud.
St. Mr.
Daisy Pringle has returned and Mrs. A. W. Brown I
of have had quite a few out-of-towu attend the Revelers Ball as guests Mrs. Marshall Strickland spent and Mrs. Kenneth Russ in Mel-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilson home after visiting rela- visited their son-in-law and i
theirpatio. g''ests this past week. Mr. and this Friday evening, at the Arm- last week in Starke with her mother bourne Saturday. FRI., SAT.. SUN.
Marion N. J. waiting on tiles in Green Cove Springs and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Dave Tomkins of Montgomery in Jacksonville. Mrs. G. C. Conner returning Feb. 6, 7, 8
The Wilsons' visited with Mrs. ory Penney Farms, last week. "Rowe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Black of I
visited for few Mr. and Mrs. James Cook home to Florahome the end
N. Y. a days. R. Lakelan.1 visited Mrs. Black's
the Chapmans' for a few daysand
Mrs. J. E. Norman and James Mrs. Mora Clark is home with
cf the week. Mrs. Strickland has THE SHERIFFOf
winter j Stanley Burton returned from II I have moved into their new homeon parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
then left for their I
I spent cast; Monday in Jacksonville her mother Mrs. Mary Brown
not been well recently.Mr. .
weekend. so
the Street.
to Myrtle
spend
home n St. Cloud. ] Hernando her who is ill. Gainey ever the weekend. Fractured Jaw
I The day after Mr. Burton left,I'I Mr. and Mrs. John S. Vander- and Mrs. Earl Young and visiting sister Mrs. A.
Mrs. Fermont Tolles and h'rI Wainwright and family.Mr. B.\\ Mrs. Clark has been visitingher There was a birthday party in
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley George o! I hoek and two daughters Edith children of Daytona visited Mr. :Marilyn Monroe\ ,
mother-in-law. Mrs. C. I. Tolle, son, Hutten Lee Clark in he nor of the 17th birthdays of
Stony Point. N. Y. stopped for a ai.d Barbara, of Arlington, calledon Young's parents. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Guthall: Kenneth Moore s
attended the Palatka Garden Club Columbia, S. C. Doyle and Jerome Griffis Satur-
visit on their way to Miami. They the George Schaeffers Friday Howard: Young, here last Sunday.T. and family of Baltimore Md. arrived In Cinemascope'
Wed- day night at their home. About
luncheon and lecture last Arteries Brown. Alene Knowls.
home to spend two
will return on their way home. evening, en route to Ocala. Mr. L. Drake of Florahome and Sunday
Jan. 27. It held in the 20 attended. Cake and soft drinks
nesday. was weeks with her parents, Mr. and Shirley Brown and Bill Gnann
and Mrs. Vanderhoek and Mrs.
Mrs. Annie Lewis of Keystone Beth of Gainesville
Civic Center which is located in his daughter. Mrs. Willie Reddish. visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe were served as refreshments. We ,
Ravine Gardens. The speaker at has been in the Bradford County Schaeffer were former school attendrd a party given for tha Sunday. wish them many more happy
for while. A cardor mates at Ocala High School. Mrs. J. E. Norman's mother
the luncheon was Dorothy Biddle, Hospital quite a pastor of Paran Church, Rev. Eugene Griffis reported a rat- birthdays.
from her friends and step-father, Mr. and Mis.
some news Kcbert in Grandin last
beloved editor of Popular Garden- Knight tle snake killed Linda
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF by Cling Griffisin Brookins was guest of pe
would help boost her spirits dur- home of Thomas Starling of Middleburg.and Q
at the
ing magazine, who, with her KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Saturday< evening Clay County where they are Iris Ann Gainey Sunday after
ing her stay in the hospital. B. Alderman by her sister and family, Mr
and Mrs. J.
daughter, has written many Dr. James D. Pait, Organist, Mr. planting pine trees. The snake church.Mr. .
and Mrs. A. B. Wainwright of
and Mrs. Marcus Smitn
Mr. I the adult Sunday School Class.
books. Among them are: "Flower Choir Director. had thirteen rattles. and Mr. Thomas O'Brian d
Jacksonville and Mr. and MrsClyde
Arranging; for Everyone", "Table moved into the Mickle home on I Services: Church School 9:45 Mrs. Frank Price and daugh- I Pat Bowers visited his mother, visited LIr. and Mrs. Seymore 4
Griffis enjoyed a fish fry
Settings for Everyone". "Making Lakeview Drive last Saturday, a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. ters, Dorothy and Doris attendedthe I I Mrs. Ruth Noegel and his grandmother Burdett Sunday afternoon. Mr.
at the home of Mr. and
supper
Jan. 31.Mrs. .
Corsages at Home", and the recent PTA dinner and basket ball I i Mrs. Myrtle Priest, Sun- and
Mrs. Burdett moved back to
Mrs. J. E. Norman, Friday night.
"Christmas Idea Book. Emory Cooper attended St William's Catholic Chapel game at the High School in Mel- I day. .;* Starke recently from Jacksonville.Mrs. .
the annual luncheon of the Clay Keystone Heights Mrs. Estelle Monton and son of
last night.
Watson of rose Saturday Calvin Reams guest of
Mr. and Mrs. George was ,
Service League at the home of Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. Indianapolis. Ind, are spendingthe I Piney Nevils is visiting her ep ,
Williamsburg. Va. arrived in Key- Mrs. Robert Martin and daughter James O'Brian Sunday afternoon.Mr.
Mrs. J. I. Triplett in Orange Park: : Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. week with her parents Mr. sister, Mrs. P. F. Goolsby over
stone last Tuesday, Feb. 3. They Mrs. Stacy Kelly of Gainesville and Mrs. Zenas Griffis 1r
Monday. Jan. 26. and Mrs. W. H. Green. the w xmd.
on Tuesday Mass at. 8:00
: a. m.
will occupy the Dye home for the were recent guests of Mrs.Martin's visited Mrs. Myrtle Priest Sun- !
Newcomers in town are Mr. and Confessions before all Masses. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford Patsy Brian spent Friday
afternoon.We 0
remainder of the winter. They son-in-law and daughter, day
Mrs. James H. McEachem, for- Baptisms marriages and in- visited in Lake City Tuesday I night with her aunt Miss Helen I j.3WE'RE
also spend a few months in Key- Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp, of of Boatdrain were glad tohave }
merly of Jacksonville. They have structions by appointment. evening.Mr. i Hardenbrook of Colley Road.
stone every Fall. Grandin, Mrs. Laura Goolsby; and her
bought the Leonhard home on and Mrs. Clyde Griffis and Boatdrain Baptist Church I'
Mrs. ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL Mrs. sister. Mrs. Piney Nevils at Sun-
Mrs. John Henderson; Mrs. E. S. Brantley and
Lakeview Drive and moved in Mrs. Annie Rosier visited ClYde'smother Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Morn-
Fremont Tolles and Mrs. C. I. I CHURCH, KEYSTONEM. Roland Tanner of Grandm attended day evening services with us_ 9 Q.
last we'k. Mr. Eachern has a Real in Jacksonville, last week. ing Worship 11 a. m.; Training
Tolles of Melrose attended the II. Breyfogle, Minister services at the "Park-of- Tressa Jones spent Wednesday
Estate business in Ocala. We are sorry to report MrsLevy Union, 6:30: p. m.; Evning Wor
Show in St. Augustine on Morning Prayer and Sermon the-Palms" near Keystone evening with Patsy O'Brian. I ON OUR WAY TO
Antiqu? :
Aggie Watson, who attends Em- Griffis will have to go backto ship. 7:30: p. m. and Prayer Meet- !
Monday, Feb. 2. ory at Oxford, was home visitingher : 9:30: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Heights, Sunday.Mr. the hospital.Mr. Rev. and Mrs Orivlle Brookins ing Wednesday night 7:15 p. m. "DOLLAR DAYS"IN
and daughter: Linda, visiting
Mr. and Mrs. William McCrary parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson Holy Communion each first Sun- and Mrs. Dave Frank of and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and were Pastor Rev. Orville Brookins. STARKE FEB. 13, It

moved last Saturday. They are last weekend.Mr. day. Parish Supper each third Si. Augustine called on friends in family attended the birthday din- their son and daughterinlawand Everyone welcome. .
Mr. and Mrs.
,
grandchildren
now living on Blanding Blvd. in and Mrs. Al Watson will Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. Grandin last Sunday. ner given for their granddaughter -
Rex Brookins and children in
Jacksonville. Mr. McCrary is the I attend the Revelers Ball at the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA I Mrs. Ercell Sapp Miss Priscilla at the J. L. Slade home in

proprietor of a restaurant in Armory in Jacksonville on Friday, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Griffin and Mrs. Callie Rye of Hampton last week. tended.

J. R. Smith pastor. Ralph Grandin were visitors in Keystono We are sorry to report that: Mr. and Mrs. Louin Reddingand To The People Of I

Copeland Minister of Music and Heights last Monday.Mr. Nathan Starling is in the hospitalin family visited Mr. and Mr:.

L A. Baker Insurance AgencyRepresenting church organist. and Mrs. Calvin Dyess and Gainesville. Please pray for W. J. Bell of Yellow Water last .

Services: Sunday School, 9:45 daughter, Eunice from Jacksonville him.Mr. week.Mr. Keystone Heights and Vicinity

a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. were visitors in Grandin last and Mrs Cecil Crawford and Mrs. J. C. Hardy of

Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Even- Sunday. I visited Mrs. Alma Thompson ir. Cedar Key and Mrs. Hatcher of

MASSACHUSETTS[ MUTUAL\ LIFE INSURANCE CO. ing services 7:30 p. m.9yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brockman of; Riverside Hospital Sunday after- Oxford visited the W. H. Morgan

Tallahassee spent several days' noon. They also visited relatives family Sunday and attended Evergreen \Ve wish to take this opportunity to

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And while there. Church.J. .
last w ek with Mr. Brockman'sIllother
Mrs. Bertie Sullivan of Jacksonville B. Gaskins visited D. H thank you for your wonderful patronage -
MELROSEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Ethel Brockman, in
CONTINENTAL CASUALTY ACCIDENT & HEALTH visited her mother Mrs. Smith last week.

And HOSPITALIZATIONPhone Grandin. Jean Gaskins, Sunday afternoon.Mr. Miss Betty and Yvonne Gaskirs you are now giving us and

Mrs. Ronald y. Goodman of and Mrs. .Robert Rosier o! 0: Jacksonville spent the weekend invite often
(Continued from front Clewiston is spending a few days you to come over more
Keystone Heights 3545 Page) Jacksonville visited his parents,,, with their parents.

DAY in Grandin with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier, Sat- Those visiting the J. B. Gaskins and enjoy our delicious, food at mod-
OR NIGHT
and Mrs. Earl Strickland.Mr. .
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son.Behind urday night. last week were Earl Starling and
29 to 33 going into the and Mrs. John F. HerringJr. erate prices.WE .
Bonnie Rosier celebrated bet Mrs. Geneva Redding.
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final quarter the Bulldogs ralliedto of Jacksonville visiting Mr.
are
ninth birthday Friday night witha I Don forget the teachers meet-
take a two point lead but lost and Mrs. Herring's mother, Mrs. HAVE A LARGE PRIVATE DINING ROOM
party. A large number of boys s; ing at the church Friday nightat
45-52. John F. Herring Sr. and girls of the community at-. 7:30.: CATERING TO CLUBS AND PRIVATE
II Top scorer for the game was PARTIES

Clay Cooch with 15 points followed fwyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyfSTATE I

by Ronnie Sanchez with 13 KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY CALL ''"0 4-9291 FOR DETAILS

and Ernest Marchand with 11, all FARMBy STARKE, FLA.

,; of St. Joe. High-scoring honors
DEPENDABLE, 24-HOUR SERVICE
for
the
Bulldogs went to Larry
Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAA4A4AA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA
'V Cooper with 13 and Charles Ga- CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS

boardi with 11. Day Phone CJIC GAS Nile Phone I

The Melrose B team also lost. 4351 2582 ,
Mr. and Mrs Elmer Brannenand
; Back on their home field Fri-
children of Lake City visited
day night the Bulldogs snapped her brother-in-law and sister COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING
their seven-game losing streak GARDEN RESTAURANTGeo.

Sure You Can Afford A New Car when they defeated the Ft. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stafford,

Coy Pirates 57-34. Sunday.We Most Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in North ; Kopelousos, Owner Johnny Kopelousos, Mgr.

You don't need a lot of ready cash to :get that longedfor Ahead 11-7 in the first quarter, Peter are Fancher sorry to son report of Mr. that and Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.

late-model automobile. A low-cost auto loan will Melrose widened the margin in
put Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. is at home

you in the driver's heat right now! Stop in and find out every when the quarter Pirates except the fourth with the measles. We hope he will l
scored one point
about this convenient road to auto ownership. than the soon be able to return to school. I '
more Bulldogs.
I Calvin O'Steen was highpointman Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Smith of Lets take a trip in the cars I 1 Lets take a trip in the cars

BANKING HOURS Mon thru Thurs. I for the night as he tallied Statenville, Ga. spent the week- 1I I


DRIVE-IN 9:00 9:00 WINDOW A.M.A.l1.I--2:00:Mon P.M.P.M.thru Thurs. 20 Pievatt helped points by and for team-mates the Larry winners.Cooper He Johnny with was end returned and with Grannie Mr.home and with Greene.Mrs.them Roy Grannie Coope for a- JE1illIIIL1f 1F@IIFIEoIFLIE() I! I831lJIIlI) rol IlI .(GS.I ."


14 and 10 Yendall few days.
FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M.: 6:00 P.M.: respectively. and I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Greene
Wells scored 11 points for the I

CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY losers. children spent the weekend in t I -

The Melrose lassies avenged I Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and -. .. (

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA their loss two weeks ago by handing Mrs. Zeanus Pearce.
the Mrs. Gertrude Moore of Coral "
Ft. McCoy girls a 53-27 i
Gables spent the weekend with : :-
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community defeat. Ellie Emery paced the her .. ,"V'Y'
brother
and sister-in-law, Mr.
winners with 19 tallies while
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Keystone Heights, Fla. Lindy Martin scored 7. and Mrs. G. E.Crews. Little Don- h.._I j'v"

:Member F.D.I.C. Friday night will take the Bull-' nie Hale of Lake Butler is alsoa

dogs to Anthony. They will be guest of the Crews, who are his

idle Tuesday. grandparents.Mr. .

Friday the basketball and foot- and Mrs. Raymond Crosbyof

ball players were awarded their Bayless Highway were supper
guests of the O. E. Crosbys, Tues- -
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assembly. The Senior
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players were also awarded sweat- day.Rep. -

ers: on which to wear their letters. and Mrs. Doyle Conner ;: 1

Modern Living on Display at the and children of Starke and Mr. '. it.r I I
TRINITY EPISCOPAL and Mrs. Leon Conner were dinner -

CHURCH, MELROSEM. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian HE WDKLDfc MOST BMUI3PU1LY, ERDPOKT1QKSD ,CARS

II. Breyfoele. Minister Conner and Douglas Sunday. .1
NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA
Sunday School 8:45: a. m. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spencer of I
Ford. Tale Ford retail prices are lowest of the bm-.en Ting:
Suggested
comfort-test
11:15.: Episcopal Young People Jacksonville spent the weekend Here's how to a six people I

Morning Prayer and Sermon, with the O. E. Crosbys and attended a daddy longlegs, a Mr. "five by five" any shape any I three for all comparable models. With radio, heater, and

HOME SHOW 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion each the graduation exercisesat size.Put them in a Ford and watch what happens. First I automatic transmission, Fords are priced up to $102.75Zm

first Sunday. the University of Florida, Sat they can get in easier. Once inside, everyone (includ- I than the major competition. Diamond Lustre Finish

urday night. Big the man in the middle) has a thidJy padded scat 1 never needs waxing. The aluminized muffler normally

ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Miss Nancy Bates, a sophomoreat L.: for real comfort. There's more than enough room for I lasts twice as long. Finally Ford's beautiful proportion rJ

FSU at Tallahassee has been \'v and/hats!Come in for test! will command a higher price when you selL
Doom OPEN PINE LEVELMrs. spending the semester holidays ;__. legs,elbows,hips- ap"oople
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e with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. I 1 1t ...
3 P.M.: TO 10 l'.M.: .
t O. Bates. She will return to Tallahassee ; '
r H. M. McRaeraa.aau.uaaaaaaa..aa.r s ",are IJlIa n.oo of escry tauktur"f1eu4 .
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Sunday.We 1
DAILY'Thousands J Jco
ThroughFeb.21 visited Grannie Hingston. of PQOW tofSwts aver larrr Mai" t I II

Sunday. It was good to see her I
Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular -
up and around again after a long
appointment at Pine Level 1m 1IIi'1es j jwftkd
illness from a fall. :
Baptist Church last Sunday with : chIn2I.wit"I
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(dlllJb.l Little Randy Stafford is on the
good attendance at both church
\)>> / At The services and Sunday School sick list this week. We wish all

the sick ones a speedy recovery.
There were visitors attending
many Mrs. Lucille Blackburn of Or-
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PlayhouseSkating lando was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. McRae arrived home
I Mrs. O. E. Crosby, Sunday after- I
OFDollars =- Monday morning after spending

C two weeks at Scottsboro. Ala. with noon.Mr. 1
i and Mrs. Bobby Stafford of are comfortable I
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. j
Rink 'Wheel:. We are glad to report Jacksonville spent part of their alb
that Mrs. Wheeler is much improved vacation with their parents. Mr. wtardspotilMasoap I.I I. purchase price olaiet'

1 2109 N. W. 13 Street after a serious illness. and Mrs. A. J. Greene and Mr. w.adw I.I I I"Oaf
w and Mrs. Albert Stafford. lu / II I
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent
GAINESVILLEAdmission Thought for the week The
two days with relatives at Brook! I
world moves so fast today that f Il M awd- is--
Prizes er last week. I'
FREE! the man who says "it can't bedcne" 1-: I
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We are glad to have Mrs. Mona o .
is often interrupted by '
Shaw of Jacksonville with us at DOUBLE-VALUE SIIrrTT watt
someone doing it. :
DAZZLING EXHIBITS' church Sunday. She was visitingher .

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. J. W. Murrhee for a few days.

Bring The Entire Boats, Appliances, Farm Implements and Mrs. Russell Carter at the We miss her very much both at 5f9)) inCome ? QS); ;
Come test ever today jCAQ11fS
Education Safety State Farm. church and at home. .. pfopfe test an today savings -
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FamilyFREE Displays Glass Blower Sorry to hear of the illness of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Liles and >

Food, Health Swimming O. R. Alvarez. We wish him a family spent Sunday at the Highland .JOt A lETTER BUT fN A USED CAR OR TRUCK BE' SURE TO SEE OUR Jttr OR OTHER ZL

., Pools, and Many Many speedy recovery. We miss him at Zoo. They all enjoyed a -

PARKING Other Displays! church. wonderful time.

Mrs. W. E. Hall our pastors Glad to hear that Judy Cason TERWILLEGAR MOTORS I

good wife, is ilL She has been in was able to spend the weekend

STURGEON ENTERPRISES the hospital at Folkston. Ga. but with her parents Mr. and Mrs.

t is nod the home of her son-in Tommy Cason. Judy is working in 206 W. MADISON ST. PHONE: WO 4-3381 STARKE, FLA.

law and daughter Rev. and Mrs. Jacksonville. ___ _


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