Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03466
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03466
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x' r + OL DAYS NP r y Event Friday Saturday*

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P a w. c I II Many items of quality merchandise for a dollar will ,be

II I featured by merchants here this weekend in the greatest

S /fr I cooperative Dollar Days ever staged in Starke.

Some 20 local merchants are joining forces to bring the

good old American dollar back to some of the glory it has

lost by devaluation in recent years.

Here are just a few things that
may be obtained:: for a dollar eachin I I! operation shown by the rooperat.

the Dollar Days stores this 'ing merchants.

weekend: ladies Bermuda shorts' "I believe the people of the

COUNTY I two boxes of stationery four name Starke trade area will recognize
2,800 Copies i brand towels. boys long sleeve those genuine values and come or-
I! board and let them this weekend." Green
sport shirts ironing pad
Every Week cover sots, two Chenille scatter said.Our. stores should enjoy a
good business Friday and Saturday
rugs step-on kitchen garbage can
Official County Publication Established In 1879 girls robe or duster household for they have certainly done

:'oroom. photo-identification brace- their part to maRe shopping attractive

floor mat. and to the public" the chairman -
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Inman Green chairman of theStarke

Bids ReceivedOn ;i- -- -ITi Band Contest tion, sponsors Retail Iechant'ss'ocla of the two-day- : in bright their red windowand Dollar Days will stickers also-

event, expressed k(satisfaction have Dollar Days! signs identifyingspecial

Auditorium, I ,;l W .c 1 May Bring 3,000 yesterday- at the wholehearted co- items in their stores.! -

First Tournament
r Tornadoes Play

RJE ClassroomsApparent n To City Mar. 14Stark

Came In Fernandina Friday Night

Jew bids of S169.00
for construction of an auditonurr ?,000 nsitors on Saturday. March The spotlight in basketbal ,'point average. There are four re-
at Bradford High School and $'lZ,,- the
w 14. wh-n: the Fifth District Band- activity nil be centered on Fern | maining scheduled games

000 for fiddition of three class- 'IFir r. __ }'E ,- 0 n-asters Association representing; 91 dma this week when the Keystone -:two games in the conference
looms at RJE were offered bj: \ tournament get! tourney. plus at least one, game
Parker Constructicn Co. of Jacksonville between 35 and 40 high school i under way there tonight I Thursday in the group tourney for a' total

at a bid opening Feb 1 aEtarke's bands and orchestras their .
on stage I, 1 with P. K. Yonge the defending of 7 games left for the Tornadoes.In

5. annual contest here. champion and top b'ded'rain their last two outings, the
'When bids on Southside Ele beys nipped Bishop Kenny
The local Band Parents Association < this year.
menta: '. Lawtey Junior High additions of Jarisonville: 57-56 in the last
at its meeting here Men- The Bradford Tornadoes drew
and C. C. Anderson cafe 11 seconds of the game and on
day night. made tentative plans tre No. 2 spot and play th:r first'
torium vere accepted last Dece J.onday eight warmed up for \the
for feeding and otherwise entertaining tournament game Friday night at
mber the $178.000 low bid. with tcurncy with a 74-58 victory over
; the influx of visitors that 8:20 when they meet the inner
$3,200 additional for paving on Feinandina Beach.
.... will almost double Starke's popu-:cf Thiuyday night's! clash oetw>{'rFernancJina
the auditorium __- .
rejected by ..
was I AI >' ; h.. t- -" /fc'{vasf v lation on that date. i and Green CovtSprings. The Bishop Kenney game last
the Scncol Board as too high. The I
bid includes T Midget football team Hobbs. Ladell Crews, Joe Gard All groups entering the! competition t P.K. Yonge plays Its Ilrsi Friday night was a crowd plraser.

present Walls'of the Southside paving. was feted at a banquet in the i[Midget Football Team Is Feted nero Harold Bishop. Jack McComb, will take part in three !, tourney game Friday night at 7. a> the Tornadoes pulled away
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tary and C. C. Anderson Elemen-I elementary cafetormm Thursday Wilbur Grover. John Williams ,phases of the contest: ocncert. : meeting the winner of ThUl ay's horn -i defeat by accuracy &t

night, Feb.' 5, and the eager young I David Ingram, Barry Firth Rich- :sight-reading, and marching. The I Santa Fe vs. Bolles encounter.The free throw line. The locals held
under construction Ernest
ham by
Triest of Keystone Heights, are I players had the thrill of seeing I I Hears Pat Summerall At Banquetsented I ard Miller Larry Noegel, Stanley concens will be held throughout I II Tornadoes have defeated a 30-22 halftime lead lead and early increased in
Pat Summerall fam- it '0 a 13-point
new going up. The site of the and hearing Thomas, Jimmy Smith, Jimmy I the'diy and are free to anyone' Fernandma twice this season, and
to lose
classroom additions at Lawtey ed professional football player: I i Dowhng. Hal Lawson, Theron i who would like to hear any of ; Green Cove once. the third quarter only

Junior High is cleared and construction whose home is m Lake City. 'I; awards to his players. a good source of material for the: Hnunter, Gary Kuba, Billy :Melson I tt-ese groups. I On Saturday night. the "" RX their lead in the 4th when the
Midget Coach John Manning Last season the Midgets had an in later I Bill Arlen Bias, and JIm- Kennev quintet went into a close
lines laid out. The latter -i I varsity squad years. I Dowling, I The marching contest will beheld j losers of Friday night's game willplay
pictured above with Summerall, enviable record of seven wins ana i Members of the ', Newman. i full court press and outscored the
is being built by A. W. smith I iiidget squad my at night in the BHS stadium,!I a consclation game at 7 p. m left
End members of the Midget squad only 'one loss and are receiving] are: Marshall Starling Bill JaCk-! Parents of the squad members and i winners playing at 8:3(I'Tornadoes. With 50 seconds;
& Sons of Leesburg. All three a small admission will be 1 with tne
I presided at the banquet and pre- valuable training that will prove{ son. Leonard iJugger, Richard I also attended the banquet. .in the game and Kenney leading
charged. conference crown.
for the
jobs have been delayed by the 55-53, Jim Hobbs stepped to the ,

recent wet weather. Building Permits Theressa Fish Fry I Included in the..schpcjs" ittendtmg"tht.t In 15 games the Tornadoes;i,free Jhl'O'ft' 'line ariadroppcd .two

The five school construction L'1 Shiners: Routed I h( ?'are all of Jack- have averaged72.1 114'record points pc.lg.ame r: in the basket to tie the score.

projects<'\\'m-*-paid 'for-front"the Building in Starhe started the To Benefit FundA schools and Junior and have a : Lynch of Kenney was fouled -
two each rKtvin
i high schools, Fernandina Beach Their four losses were
recent issue. sank
$450,000 bond and
down court
'. L '. year olf with $7,100 in' resilience. Fish Fry for the benefit bl St. to Palatka; and P. K. Yonge.' J going
I 'I Augustine. Green Cove j jSplin
: \; .' ...J., East Of Starke additions and for business : one to go ahead by one point.
$500 one Recreation Center Jim Hobts leads the scorers I
; : I the Theressa /'). Palatka Crescent City I. With 11,seconds to go.Terry Futch
Hearing Today 'Fi... addition for the first month with 249 points for a 16.6 average"
Community Hastings Bunnell P.
,\.. -" I will be held at the Theressa Gainesville. was fouled and sank both chancesto
... of 1959. ; 14,: K. Yonge, Santa Fe Lake Butler. Armond Rivers is second with 8l1ead.
E House Saturday. Feb. the Tornadoes
Shine-loading activities along put
On Malicious .11 : The three residence permits were! : Lcke. City. Jasper. Mayo Tftnton- 26 points, and 9 15 point average.
SR 230 I New still had time to try
Blanding Road] j at 5 p.m. Futch has 164 points and Kenney ,
Bell. Chiefland, Cross City Mac- Terry[
for homes Pratt St., CenterSt.
about one :mile east of Starke on Price for "all you can eat" is Dickie Dixon. 154 for a field goal, but missed, and
Mischief ChargeA and Church St. Five permits I rlenny. Callahan Baldwin, Jack- a t 10.9 average: the
were Ircken up at 12:30: a. m. and the ended as Rivers got
and 50 cents tor 10.3 average: game
for and
were issued for plumbing and two $1 scnville Beach Live Oak and: points a Continued on Page 6tf >
Wednesday by deputies from the 135 points fora 9
for electric outlet installations. children. ?tarke. Tern Tatum.
preliminary hearing was scheduled office of Sheriff P. D. Reddish

for 2 p.m. today (Thursday) ft'w Fifty gallons of "white light- : ...: :

for Buck Bonnett, Richard Clark, ning" was being loaded by a white : : I' -.L

J. C. Warren, J. W. basser, and K man and a Negro into a 1954 'H Off <:;: ; : f t
Gene Bass, local youths, all charged p. Mercury parked along the un-

with malicious mischief and paved sp.uthlane.of; -of 230 when w'w

under $1000 bond each. Warren Reddish '
I Deputies Dolph and Jim-

faces an additional charge of as!. i my Hamilton made their sur- To Hearts'Proves

sault and battery and is under prise appearance. The liquor and' ,' rT i. ,;

$250 extra ibond. car were taken, but the two men '
The charges arose from an incident made a break and escaped into :

of Friday night, Feb ti,,
Tex Wilson the woods in the dark. 1f.1
when the boys are charged withfollowing ; ,.. -
of Starke Deputy Reddish said that the ... ..,.;" "- '\4., 1 (1 I "*u "
another car I Wilson Named men were carrying the shine to ; V' 7 I?
down a one-way
youths I the highway! from a still located "fi
woods road, blocking off their return -I Fun andL.:: )
I : in a thicket about 200 yards "
to the highway. In the ensuing Marshal .iift s /
up'one Lawtey : scuth of SR 230, where recent ; /
and "roughing
I argument ;; t
of the accused youths threw ;heavy lams had made it impossible -, tt,:.

-bottle through the rear view Appointment of Clifford (rrE'xI) for them to drive their car

a window of J. :\{. Smith's 19';)< Wilson as Lawtey City Marshal to the still site. Profit "t i' & ,+ ,

Chevrolet. A rear door glass ol by Mayor Charlie Shutord was approved The still was operating within I &, (j',- '" .

the car was also broken. 'I by the LwteCouncil. at a quarter of a mile of several I k" .- JM < *i *

Passengers in the Smith car i the regular meeting. "'eo.I.I.Ir. hcuses. Reddish said but explained F.' -., ., Ili If
were Bob Smith Jimmy Lawson. :\ Wilson 3f.: will till the un- that modern stills are not I rI\ ,.. ....--- ?: t
St'ymour.and Bill Dockstadr. expired term of L. P. Ratuse who I easily detected even at a short j '" "' it c- -
Doug Mr
modeled' by ((1-r)
recently! resigned. Born in Sweet- distance: because they are gas- I I' "The Andrews Sisters who Mower be-dcck l spring .
The boys accused of malicious water Tenn. Mr. Wilson has vedin operated and make no smoke. This : Fund : : k appeared at the Heart Fund Harry Rabb. )1.... T. II. Slade. Mrs T. C. Hatrn. Mrs ** Arnold

mischief said they started following the Lawtey area for the past,one was further modernized by 1"Hats t 1- ; ", variety show last Thursday :\1,... G. S. t"\\"MIft1b, Mrs Charley John. Mr. II. H.

the Smith car thinking it was 112' years. Before his appointment. having a battery-operated electric -I night are in reality (left to Adams, Mrs Junius M. Smith Mm. II. B. Prjton, and MM.Foster .

a car full of girls. I'as marshal he was employed He as is.1 motor to pump its water I. right] Hiuh Ingram. Dr. S. R. Shi !Smith (not in photo).
an automobile mechanic. little
1 supply thus making very Marco, and J. P. Witt, members -
married to the former Clara, Ontfis -
School I 1 r.oise. : of the Starke Lions Club. r
Lawtey also of Lawtey. and they have Redr'ish; said the 1.400 gallon I -

two daughters. Glenda Jean, y. capacity hog type pot was "chop- : Off to Hearts," vanetj Mathews and Juncos Smith 'TipToed .

To Get SewageDisposal ; and Robin i Elaine 2. :ped up." and the condenser andautomobile I .show staged at the Woman's Club Through the Tulips" as the rt.ondson, Mrs. Walter Miller Hip

Council chairman Lave Shulord : confiscated. He said :last Thursday night for the benefit Rotary Quartette Hu<:h Ingram Hraham. and Tom Ritch. Highlight ; ,'2<
I appointed Bryant Reddish as' of al- Marco and J. F tint of the comedy came when
SystemA that about 1.300 gallons of the Heart Fund Campaign Dr. Seymour 1L\ .- V
chairman of the Streets Committee. ,ready-run mash was in the pot. : :r.etted over $100. were very entertaining as the An- Mrs. Miller, loaded down with \

sand filter sewage disposal I Kemp was designated as san- :The car had a Duval County registration Mrs. Harry Rabb emceed the drews S ters. especially when Dr. hcmemade "goodies," including

for Lawtey Junior High I itation chairman and Paul Din- number.Unvenjed 1 ,?how which included songs by a Marco lost his dish-mop wig. s.uff. endeavored toisit her
system kins was named fmance and taxa- Auxiliary. witri country cousin. She could not understand -
the undevelopedend i .rotary Quartette a Lion's Tno a : The
will be built on
of Park SU by 'approval otCitV tion chairman. Heaters \ skit by the Hospital Auxiliary,i Urs_L. C. Smith as narrator put why everybody could not 4s t}'
and "she was unconscious -
I Jance by Miss Suzi Broadway and i e en a skit to show "what could visit the room since
Council. I < -
The present septic tank has I Rotarians HearDiscussion Warned Against I'Elaine Strickland, a number by I sometimes does" happen in a hospital anyway. -

for the school and 1 1 Harrod's'young dance pupils -I, room. Taking part' Bob Smith, Jimmie Lawson and and .Junhr
.Patty reception Elden 3Iathru
been inadequate Of i Gainesville, Fla>*-An anguishedr.cthei's the Harold Tju, Gilbert GoMwire,
three classrooms I by Miss Mara Payne and Eurge Searing representing
of ,
addition songs Mrs. that
the Smith, Quartett
with accent this warring Mrs. Junius : Barbershop
ne' Cafeteria, now\ New Boys' Ranch screams Miss Sylvia\ Paulk. and a number were BHS band: entertained with several Smith rompnthf' Rotary-Methodist
and a I specialists !1 Mrs. Bert dames
front safety Steve benefit.
for the
of the BHS Band. selections. old faiorite
sand filter i three boys sang
under construction, the of Hillsborouui j airm using unvented open- jy 7. C. Ritch Mrs. K. K.= F d-
was recommended toy Sheriff Ed Blackburn [ Harold Tyus G. Goldwire Klden Mrs. I 1 Between acts Mrs. H. B. pey-
system 'flame heaters in closed rooms. : -
guest speaker i of the Woman's
Sanitarian Jack Trawick. County was ton. president
County The road deeded to the city butnever at the Rotary Club Wednesday. : During recent cold weather unvented a3alnesville CC Membership I Bobby Newman I Club introduced members of the

used as a road, cuts between giving ,an interesting account of boy used an Elected To OfficeIn :,"'ib and described: : the Archie
bedroom Is Slated
and Gibson property Boys Ranch, established by theFionda Jtrcsene heater in his Drive Eason hats each wore. About

tie and terminates Suslow at the ditch 'bordering Sheriff's Association on :ue night while he slept with door For Early March District DCT I 900 worth of original design hats

Reddish land. I the banks of the Suwannee River md windows: closed. The next I by the Jacksonville designer were I.

the Bryant was' no 'room a-, near Live Oak. Sheriff Blackburn morning his mother found him;4 Three members of the Starke-' Bobby Newman. a junior ai displayed.Ten .
Because there
vaflable on school property permission serves as chairman of the board &;spin; for breath his mouth cov- Eradford County Chamber ot Bradford High School for District was elected 4 al door prizes were drawn F ;

to use the right of way Qf directors for this project.He c'cd.ith froth, but fortunatelytill 'Commerce attended a Membership! representative with the first prize of a $5 gIlt e i
site is alive.The. doctorS told her the DCT district! meeting Friday. Starke store ; wt
'was asked of the city. said that a had stayed closed Conference conducted toy the Jacksonville afternoon Feb. 6, at Santa Ft certificate on any .
enter tht'drainagt' : for use by selected that if the room Mrs. Frow Strickland.
The filtered waste will being developed C of C Tuesday. Attend- going to
ot the that is believed for ts much as 30 minutes : High School.: His opponent wasMargaret second a case ot Ked
end The prize
in the
ditch at the Leys; a program the Conference for purpose at Ket-
would have been too late. ing Kmlaw a junior lrs
in more it i went to Mike t
road to be an impcrtant of getting ideas for the upcoming in St. Augustine Heart Dog t
of : terlinus High
Specialist A. M. Pettis
Safety he had no
combatting juvenile delinquencyin drive here i Goldwire. who. because
membership alternateSeveral .
Floiida. The speaker said that the University of Florida Agricultural general, who will serve as Tirst dog, auctioned it off. High bidder ..
: Clyde Terwillegar. talks and skits were
WOW NoticeWoodmen were .
calls attention -
been more than Extension ', at J6 was John Torode.
public has J. K. Bull- '
the chairman: from BHS,
membership DCT students
to this near tragedy, and fiven by turned over to the renter auction off nw winnlnr ticket fur
field generous in donating money property division chairman; and I Palatka proceeds were like Goldwire ( )
of Ketterlinus. Ocala High
the World ington
assets to the others even more serious,,in issuing Heart Fund. because he ha no dog. Lookingon are
representative Lacy conway an- and other Robert Mclntire, executive direc- High and Gainesville High. one' rate of dog food
will be ad- a warning against unvented I L./ Scholl Heart Association Association director Dr. P. G.FeJo .
The first boys Mrs. C. Florida Heart
nounced that the next regular ranch.: ,heaters tor. At 6 pjn. the delegates enjoyeda Mrs. Esther Craig,
kerosene or gas
meeting of the organization will nutted soon. open-flame time. H is planned to launch the local dinner in the Santa Fe cafetor- Bradford Ural chairman *, county fund chairman, an4 3Irs. C. I* Scholl, Association
closed rooms at any Drive
Blackburn was intro- I in Fe and Games. and Dr. P. G. Felos Fund
Sheriff the first week ium with Santa
WOW drive
at East
be held Hall on P. D. Reddish, Either shut off the heater or open membership. |chairmen conducted the auction. county chairman ....

Call. m.St. Thursday, Feb. 12, at 7:30p. : who luced had by charge Sheriff of the program. the window, he cautions. I I in March I vile Hign as hosts. -

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7 ti .,. WIDE ; == Merchants Stage Sales

c/ I I I att RL'i i( __

R. YR71/L/ ; ien Friday, Saturday

I Many items of quality merchandise for a dollar will be

I featured by merchants here this weekend in the greatest

!i cooi rative Dollar Days ever staged in Starke.

Some 20 local merchants are joining forces to bring the

good old American dollar back to some of the glory it has

lost by devaluation. in recent years.
He re are just a fen things that
may be obtained; for a dollar each.! operation shown by the cooperating -
in the Dollar Days stores this merchants."I .
BRADFORD COUNTY weekend: ladies Bermuda shorts, believe the people of the

TELEGRAPH 2,800 Copies I two boxes: of stationery, four name Starke trade area will recognize
.i brand towels boys long sleeve these genuine values and come Of-
sport shirts ironing board pad and 1 let them this weekend." Green
Every Week cover sets, two Chenille scatter said. "Our stores should enjoy a

Official County Publication Established In 1879 rugs, step-on kitchen garbage can '. good business Friday and Saturday : -
girls robe or duster household for they have certainly done
VOLUME; EiGll; TY- -- -- - -- jroom.. photo-identification brace their part to mane shopping attractive -

___ _u ___ STARKE. FLORIDA. TIICR IJA\---FEBRU.\R\'li.1959: NUMBER TIIIKTY-FOI'K let., Coco floor mat. and many to the public" the chairman -
others equally attractive. said.

Bids ReceivedOn ----1-------------- Inman Green, chairman of the Cooperating stores are displaying -

Band Contest Starke Retail Merchant's Association bright red Dollar Days stickers

I sponsors of the two-clay in their window, and will also
I event expressed keen satisfaction have Dollar Days signs identifying
Auditorium yesterday at the wholehearted co- special items in their stores.
,t I 1 May 3,000
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RJE ClassroomsApparent Tornadoes Play First Tournamentgame

S 14 To City Mar. 14

lew bids of $169.000for In Fernandina Friday Night

construction of an auditoriumat Stark will play host to around

000 Bradford for sddition High of School three and classrooms $22.-- t A fr f% :?.000 visitors on Saturday. March The spotlight in basketball point average. There are four remaining -

at RJE were offered by r tor % 14. wh-n the Fifth District Bandmasters activity will be centered en Fern- ; scheduled games and, the

Parker Construction Co. of Jacksonville Association representing al dma this week when th Key- two games in the conference

at a bid opening on Feb. ) 'L s between 35 and 40 high school] jEione Conference tournament gets tourney. plus at least one,.game

5. bands and orchestras; stage their i under way there tonight (IThurs- in the group tourney for a total
When bids on Southsid? Ele- 4 annual contest here. :Idayl with P. K. Yonge the de- of 7 games left for the Tornadoes.In

mentar '. Lawtey Junior High additions t ftndin;: champion and top seeded their last two outings the
and C. C. Anderson cafe- I The local Band Parents Association (rain this ;year. varsity beys nipped Bishop Kennyof

torium Here accepted last Dece- at its meeting here Men- The Bradford Tornadoes drew Jacksonville 57-56 in the last

mber the $$178.000 ]low bid. with day night. made tentative plans the No. 2 spot and play their first 11 seconds of the game, and on

$3,200\) additional for paving on for feeding and otherwise; entertaining tournament game Friday night at >-onday night warmed up for Ibetcurnor

the auditorium was rejected by .a the influx of visitors that 8:20: when they meet the winner with a 74-58 victory over

the School Board as too high. The!I ".-.I"3...J-..,...... :'' will) almost double Starke's popu- !cf Thurday night's clash Oetwt'tn Feinandina Beach

present bid includes paving. I I 1 tarke's Midget football team I lation on that date. I' Fernandina and Green Cove The Bishop Kenney game )last

Walls of the Southside Elemen-1] was feted at a banquet m the MidgePFootball Team Is Feted I: Hobbs. Ladell Crews, Joe Gardner All groups entering the competition I.'I Springs. P.K. Yonge plays] its first Friday night was a crowd pleaser! ,
tary and C. C. Anderson cafetor- elementary cafetonum Thursday ; I I Harold Bishop Jack McComD, will take part in three I I: tourney game Friday night at 7. a.s the Tornadoes pulled away

i.im. under construction by Ernest night Feb. 5, ana the eager young > Wilbur Grover John Williams phases of the contest: ccncert. ;::meeting the winner of Thuiday's; from .i defeat by accuracy fat the

Triest of Keystone Heights, are players had the thrill of seeing;Hears Pat Surnmerall David Ingram. Barry Firth RiCh- Sht-reading.! and marching. The !Santa Fe vs. Bolles encounter.The free throw line. The locals helda
new going up. The site of the and hearing Pat Summerall tam-! At Banquet I ard Miller. Larry >;()('gel, Stanley concens will be held throughout!, Tornadoes have drftated 30-22 halftime lead and increased -
classroom additions ed professional football player Thomas, Jimmy Smith Jimmy j' the day and early
at Lawtey i are free to anyone: Fernar.dina twice this season and it to a 13-point lead in
Junior High is cleared and construction whose home is in Lake City. sented awards to his players. a good source of material I Dowling. Hal] ijawson. Theron who would] like to hear any of j Green Cove once. the third quarter. only to lose

lines laid out. The ]latter Midget Coach John Manning,| Last season the Midgets had anenviable varsity squad in later for the Hnunter, Gary Kuba, Billy Melson, tl-ese groups. I On Saturday night. ths :R-O''I their lead in the 4th when the
years. Bill Dowhng Arlen Bias and Jimmy I ;,
above with Summerall j -|
is befit built by A. W. Smith pictured ,, ] record of seven wins ana i I Members of the Iwidget The marching contest will be losers of Friday night's game will Kennel quintet went into a close
squad Newman.
& Sons' of Leesburg. All] three 2nd: members of the Midget squad, only 'one loss and are receiving I I are: Marshall Starling Bill Jackson -! Parents of the squad membersalso held at night in the BHS stadium I.play a consclation game at 7 p. m. full court press and outscored the
jobs .have been delayed by the presided at the banquet and pre- valuable training that will prove j Leonard ,ugger, Kicnard j jj attended the banquet. and a small admission will be i with tne winners playing at 8:30: Tornadoes. With 50 seconds left
recent wet weather. charged. I for the conference crown. in the game and Kenney leading'

The five school] construction : Shiners Route j Building Permits Theressa Fish Fry Included in the, schools ..ttendliLg" : In 15 games the Tornadoes 55-53 Jim Hobbs stepped to the ,
projects'-vill-ftp-paid, 'for-fronrthe ll'f -- .--- I l th-wntes> ?arTalI J of Jack- ht>ve-averaged-72.7 points per ; free_ throe,'itn' an 'dropped two
recent $450.000 bond issue. Building in Starke started theyear To Benefit Fund 1 1I high schools and Junior game and have a 11.4 record. I in the basket to tie the score,

:. i i j olf with $7,100 in residence, high ::schools Fernandina Beach Their four losses were two eachto i i Kevin Lynch of Kenney was fouled -
i East Of I .\ Fish Fry for the benefit Of'
Hearing Today: II Starke i jrdditions and $500 for one business St. Augustine, Green Cove Palatka: and P. K. Yonge.! I! going down court and sank
P, -.. i I addition for the first month I the Theressa Recreation Center Springs Palatka Crescent City. Jim Hobts"1 leads the scorers I I one to go ahead by one point.
-... : of 1959. .1 will be held at the Theressa Com- Hastings Bunnell, Gainesville P. with 249 points for a 16.6 average.1 With 11 seconds to go Terry Futch
On Malicious .i Shine-loading activities along :I j j I I munity House Saturday Feb 14,'K. Yonge, Santa Fe, Lake Butler. Armond Rivers is was fouled and sank both chancesto
"SR 230 (New The three residence permits were ahead.
Blanding Road! :. at 5 p.m. Lcke City Jasper. Mayo. Trtnton- 26 points, and a 15 point average. I put the Tornadoes
Mischief ChargeA about one'jmile east of Starke for hones en Pratt St.. CenterSt. Bell Chiefland. Cross City Mac- Terry Futch has 164 points anda Kenney still had time to try
Price for all can eat" is
and Church St. Five you
were Lrcken up at 12:30 a. m. permits i clenny. Callahan Baldwin] Jack- 10.9 average: Dickie Dixon. 154 for a field goal but missed, and
were issued for plumbing and two $i for adults and flU cents! tor
preliminary hearing was sche Wednesday: by deputies from the scnville Beach Live Oak and I points and a 10.3 average: and the game ended as Rivers' got the
office of Sheriff P. D. Reddish for electric outlet installations. children. Starke. 9 (Continued on Page. b)
duled for' 2 p.m. today (Thursday) I!Tom Tatum. 135 points for a

for Buck Bonnett, Richard Clark, Fifty gallons of "white lightning" o;..''' .,, .' '
J C. Warren J. W. basser and was being loaded by a white >
Gene Bass, local youths, all charged t) l ZSites man and a Negro into a 1954 'Hats I Off < ; : h _
Mercury parked
with malicious mischief and along the un- I \ w,7R '
under $1000 bond each. Warren i paved south.lane; of 230 when 1I
i' Deputies Dolph Reddish and Jimmy >
faces an additional charge as-
sault and battery and is under s i Hamilton made their sur- To Hearts'Proves I \ > + is
$250 extra 'ibond. 1 prise appearance. The liquor and <-r .

The charges arose from an incident car were taken, but the two men .f,

of Friday night, Feb 6, made a break and escaped into
. when the boys are charged with Tex WilsonWilson the woods in the dark. :: t. "

following another car of Starke: Deputy Reddish said that the ; ,
,I. \( J "i
dead-end I Named j'7 1" ".':
down menvere
youths a one-way carrying the shine to ,,
woods road, blocking off their return '.the highway! from a still located .f1i.' ,- -' ;

. to the highway. In the en-' Lawtey Marshal in a thicket about 200 yards Fun and d rL '4j.t; ( ..n .

. suing argument and "roughing up' :south of SR 230, where recent '\.- ..
one_ of the accused youths threwa .heavy lams had made it impossible r''1'',' ..s hs (

bottle through the rear view Appointment of Cliltord (Tex) for them to drive their car > : :t.

window of J. M. Smith's Wo'; Wilson as Lawtey City Marshal to the still site. Profit r I : iir;
Chevrolet. A rear door glass ot ;; )Mayor: Charlie Shuford was approved The still
was operating within :
the car was also broken. I by the Lawtey Council at a h4 y i
quarter of a mile of several] 4 1
in the Smith car'' the regular meetmg.o'eo. 4. '';
Passengeis hcuses. Reddish said but explained l'l'I 7
were Bob Smith Jimmy Lawson :\11'. Wilson. :Wit: will till the un- that modern stills are not For Heart .: "J

Doug Sl'ymour.and Bill Dockstad- expired term of L. P. Ratuse who'(easily detected even at a short I .,.,:,' ,.

I ef recently! resigned. Born in Sweet- distance because they are gas- j .'
accused of malicious water. Tenn. Mr. Wilson has jived- ai. modeled by ((1-r) Mr*.
The boys Mower he-decked spring haN were
I operated Andrews who
and make no smoke. This I I "The Sisters.
mischief said they started in the Lawtey area for the past one was further modernized by Fund d { appeared at the Heart Fund Harry Rabb. )1..... T. H. Slade. ;Mr. T. C. Hazen, Mrs **" Ar

the Smith car thinking it was 12 years. Before his appointment having a battery-operated electric I, variety show last Thursday nold. ;Mr*. G. S. Nrwromb. 111%. Charley ,John... Mr. IL H.Adams. .
full of girls. as marshal he was employed as. 111111
a car
t motor to pump its water I- night are in reality [left to ;Mrs Juntas 31. Smith Mrs II. B. Peyton, and Mr' .
automobile He
an mechanic. is II
supply, thus making little tight) Hujfh Inrram. Dr. S. R.
very i I
married to the former Clara Unto ., Fostrr Shi Smith (not in photo).
Lawtey SchoolTo noise. I Marco and J. P. Witt, members -
fis. also of Lawtey. and they haetwo II
Redc'ish; said the 1,400 galloncapacity I of the Starke Lions Club. ..
daughters. Glenda Jean 9.
Get Sewage and Robin Elaine 2. hog type: pot was "chop- ; "Hats Off to Hearts." variety \lathc\\'S. and Jumus Smith TIPToed
ped up; and the condenser and
Council chairman Dave Shulord 'I show staged at the Woman's Club Through the Tulips" as the n.ondson Mrs. Walter Miller Flip

Disposal SystemA i appointed Bryant Reddish as,aiTtomcMle that about confiscated.1,300 gallons He of said al- last Thursday night for the benefit Rotary Quartette Huch Ingram, Graham and Tom Ritch. Highlight Gt. ; yV
chairman of the Streets Committee. of the Heart Fund Campaign lir. Seymour; Marco and J. P Witt of the comedy came when
ready-run mash was in the pot. ..... ...
Kemp was designated as san- I netted over 100. were very entertaining as the Andrews Mrs. :Miller loaded down witnhcmemade .,
sand filter sewage disposal The car had Duval
a County reg-
itation chairman and Paul IMn- Mrs. Harry Rabb emceed the S ters. especially when Dr. :' including] \
i "goodies.
for Lawtey Junior High!) istration number.Unvenjed .
system i kins was named fmance and taxation show which included songs by a.. Marco lost his dish-mop wig. ,muff. endeavored toisit her f i4
will be built on the undeveloped I r 1'
i chairman. Rotary Quartette, a Lion's Trio a The Hospital Auxiliary, with country cousin. She could not understand j
end of Park St. by approval .
Council. i Heaters skit by the Hospital Auxiliary,;'!, Mrs.. L. C. Smith as narrator put why everybody could not
Warned dance by Miss Suzi Broadway and I en a skit to show "what could and visit the room since "she was un- xrF
The present septic tank hasbeen Rotarians HearDiscussion ; Against I I
I I Elaine Strickland a number by sometimes does" happen in a hospital conscious anyway."
inadequate for the school and I
with the addition of three class-, Of i Gainesville FIa:*-An anguished' Patty Harrods'young dance pupils !,I reception room. Taking part Bob Smith, Jimmie Lawson and
ne" Cafeteria now RanchSheriff ,ncthei's screams accent this war songs by Miss Mara Payne and Eurge Searing, representing the Harold Tyus. Gilbert t.oldinEldf'n Mathews. and Jnnhn
rooms and a New Boys' ''! were Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs.
under construction the sand filter ning from safety specialists I Miss three Sylvia boys Paulk of the, and BHS a number Hand. I'I Steve Simmons Mrs.. Bert Mames, BHS band entertained with several Smith comprise the Kotary-Mrthodist Barbershop Quart tt thatsang
recommended by I Ed Blackburn of Hills- against using unvented open- ] selections old favorites for the Heart benefit.
system was Harold Tyus, G. Goldwire, Klden; Mrs. T. C. Ritch. Mrs.. K. 1';. Kd-:
County Sanitarian Jack TraWIck.! 1 borough County was guest speaker flame heaters in closed rooms. ;; i Between acts Mrs. H. H. Pey-
The road, deeded to the city Out I at the Rotary Club Wednesday During recent cold, weather a''I IGalne.lle Newman ton president of the Woman's
CC Bobby
never used as a road, cuts between I giving ,an interesting account of boy used an unvented Membership Club, introduced members of the
tie Suslow and Gibson property. :Boys Ranch established by the kerosene heater in his bedroomcue I Drive Is Slated Elected To Office i: r'ub I and described the Archie
and terminates at the ditch bordering :Florida Sheriff's Association on night while he slept with door 't Eason hats each wore. About
I the Bryant Reddish land. :the banks of the Suwannee River and windows: closed. The next I For Early March In District DCT 1 j 900 worth of original design nats i

Because there was no room available -I]!near Live Oak. Sheriff Blackburn morning his mother found him] Three members of the Starke- Bobby Newman a junior at by the Jacksonville designer were : J

on school property permission :serves as chairman of the board gaspinfor breath his mouth cow Bradford County Chamber ot : Bradford High School. was elected 'displayed.Ten t.
to use the right of waywas af directors for this project.He eed.ith froth. but fortunately representative tor District at'' door prizes were drawn
I asked of the city. said that a 72-acre site is still alive. The doctors' told her'Commerce attended a t'mbershIPIConference i' the DCT district meetin Friday., .with the first prize of a $5 gift e /

The filtered waste will enter the 1 being developed for use by selected that if the room had stayed closeed conducted toy the JacKfonville afternoon, Feb. 6. at Santa Fe certificate on any Starke store /

drainage ditch at the end ot the |I II Loys in a program that is believed for ts much as 30 minutes C of C Tuesday. Attend- High School. His; opponent wasMargaret roing to Mrs. Frow Stnckland.
I road I to be an impcrtant step in .more it would have been too late. ing the Conference for the purrpose Kmlaw. a Jumor at Ket- The second prize a case of Ked fJ tt'r

combatting juvenile delinquency Safety Specialist A. M. Pettis of of getting ideas for the up-,. terlinus High in St. Augustine.who Heart Dog food went. to MikeGoldwire. .,f.z

WOW Notice in i Florida.: The speaker said that the University of Florida Agricul- coming membership drive here will serve as Hrst alternate. who. because he had no --l- r
iI I the public has been more than tural Extension Service calls attention were: Clyde Terwillegar. general) Several talks and skits were" dog. auctioned it off. High bidder : .f'
membership chairman; J. K. Bull-! at $6, John Torode. The '"' _...iL
Woodmen of the World field I generous in donating money, pro- to this near tragedy and given by DCT students from BHS.,
representative Lacy conway announced perty. and other assets to the others even more serious,, in issuing ington, division chairman; and; Ketterlinus. Ocala High. Palatka proceeds were turned over to tne Mike Gold wire (seater) auctions off hi* winning ticket fur

that the next regular ranch.1 The first boys will be admitted a warning against unvented Robert Mclntire, executive director High and Gainesville High. Heart Fund. one case of dog food because be has no 6og. Looking on are
meeting of the organization will 1[ soon. open-flame kerosene or gas heaters i iR At 6 p.m. the delegates enjoyed I Mrs C. L. Scholl Heart Association )In.. Esther Craig Florida Heart Association, director. Dr. P. G.Felos .
be held at WOW Hall East Sheriff Blackburn] was intro- in closed rooms at any time. is planned to launch the local a dinner in the Santa Fe catetor- Bradford Urut chairman,
on fund chairman and Mn. C. I Scholl Association
membership drive the first week ium with Santa Fe and Gainesville and Dr. P. G. Felos. Fund Drive county ,
Call St. Thursday Feb. 12, at 7:30: luced by Sheriff P. D. Reddish, Either shut off the heater or open ,
P. m. mho had charge of the program. the window, he cautions. j,in March i High as hosts. chairmen, conducted tne auction. county chairman -l..Y..rt

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._ _ ,. .. CHARLES .\. DART
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Clerk ff said Circuit Court
The Job ExpensesOf (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) .
editorial .1"I Diary Working Wives By Marian L. Crosby

.1"I I About 30 percent of the amiugs Deputy Clerk 2-3; it :-:*
I '' &n'eJ if working wives went for -

I .. e> pen,es directly related to their.t OriCK OF LKGIVI.\TION
. Master flan l For Growth with a con- jobs, $according to a 'USDA study TO WHOM IT JUAY CON'CERXXitir
is hereby mven of intentionto
pellets out made in Georgia in 1957. Women apply to the 1939 Session of the
r rides along He interviewed Florida Legislature for passage of
were wageearningwives
I( n g .Studied! By City an act to allocate a sum of monev
.. ... ; calls up in small cities who reported by 'the County C<>nimi!sioners for
spills out the what they earned and what they the -purpose of advertising' and 1
In l lengthy.sessionlast; Saturday afternoon, .
Bradford Count Florida
about a half spent. Expenditures that averaged promoting } Z z z.
Council sat arounda I ::-s; 4t %-:6 y-I
members of the Starke
City nearly a third of what they earner -
table at City Hall and discussed a master planof j II ; included social security payments 1\, ('01 >Tt JI-IM.K'S "UnIT IN

growth for the city,'OOt now and in the foreseeable I up the other income taxes, transportation .">n FOR. \I1FORU COLTl'.
future. 'trim a bull's and lunches. In addition In re: Estate of
.Hear that Billy came up with these wires had expenses for FLORENCE J. MOORE. 7
Judging 'by the tone of the discussion, the i
fine steer that he is shoes on Mr. hired help for child care, laundry, ,deveaaed.OTII'E'.
Council Jet it be known that it was not goingto '\ OK PHOBITKTO
enter m the FFA Fat sewing and general houseworkthat ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN tzGE6'p."fff
pay for "frills" in' its comprehensive: plan, even and Sale to be held were considerably higher THE\ ESTATE OF SAID. DECEDENT -

.if.Federal funds.are available to pay a part of the early next month. us of the than the amount spent by families You: are hereby notified that a 14 onue- FtaATuaES __ %- 1"DON'T

cost. And it was pointed outthat.Starke i is more tne animal will go IFlat-Topl With full-time om?:nakers. written instrument: purporting to
.. will and testamentf JO; TO SLEEP on Building Your Own .Home .
lat .
fortunate than some towns of its size in that and is a beauty. It Soil ,Conserva- Spending for hired help was found admitted ,
ald de.-edent has b en o
'some of the groujKlworlc, usually]) incorporated in herd cf registered that way to be especially high in families probate in thi! ,cnurt. You are her-- Let Starke Building Supplies, Inc., Make application /,
longing to Dick Foster and his with cnildren under six. Employed by met' within i :six calendar for an F.II.A. Loan.,
.a" comprehensive plan for orderly growth, has already ., roaming the wives also spent more for their months from hedate of the fir!-t
this tke to -
been'laid here. This year for the when one clothing than nonemployed wivesin publication In this oft c.t urt and n :show 'au'appear "''. Dial \\"-1-1201 or WO 4-4211.

v A representative of a city-planning firm, meet- boys are also going >\ ge track. families at the- same income if this any court you in can.admitting'. why the laid action will of tv

ing with the Councilmen Saturday, was told torevise Barrow Show along : varmint made level.ATTENTION 1. probate should not stand nnr-'- NO MONEY DOWN

!' his cost estimates' eliminating such itemsas er event. Entries must ''Foster. Well "kt"d. Theron A, Yawn :

are ,unnecessary, ,because prior work done Ibs. to the home- ,Our office now has a phone County Judge. Bradford County

here arid keeping to area. where Starke is lack a \posse to run thank? to the County Commis- t'I..ridaL"y (s) Betty A. Phillip. Clerk Repair ,
As, though it varmint. Later
ing in a blueprint for,future,expansion.? The importance enough this winter hors of track. sioners. The number is W042865. :-5 U %-:*
of a"plan was not at all underestimatedfor So call us if we can be of help to :
had another three on the 'thms ('%I.I. FOR BID Add Rooms --- Carport
'as one member of the city's official family and now, as the --,tracks,and you. THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,

put it, "JVe.liave: ma4e ,plenty of mistakes in the cant get any it turned' out COUNTY; FLOHtD.WIf.L OF PRADFORI RECEIVE -

past that might.havebeen.avoided if we had had a deeper!" ring ,SHOES!! SEALED BIDS MOKNIXC AT ioO'CIXXK OF:/, Bath Room '.04

plan ,prepared by experts to guide us." The 'S. : 4 WANTED Clean Cotton Rats MARCH %,OX 1959.THE IN THE COURT (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND .FIXTURES :
There were a now in .study- No Pants No Shirts Must Be ROOM. J IX THE COUTHOUSE, Foil
cost of"those mistakes would have gone a long ;
killed on the of the things Clean.' Bradford County 'Te e- REPAIRS AT
way no 3 doubt 4 toward paying for,a plan. past several months, i that there are graph > COURTHOUSE Pamtfns and AS patching FOLLOWS of walls Time To Re-roof

The master pjan is one of the jpre-requisites: "Pete" Reddish. But .to',Some//birds and, ceiling\of the halls of downstairs -

for obtaining-Federal funds! ;for low rent housing see stock on the \elsewhere. For .. Patch part all of tracks courthouse', primer and sealer
** how different that j> .COI''T.n: (.}:-* toinr i>
Most wall and ceiling.
the realize
units in Starke. people in area pond COg- on
i in a few short years ago and Lordi:God FLORID'. One coat flat1, paint on ceiling BUILDERS
Starke faced.with a major problem pro. One coat gloss paint on wails.
c! 30 cr 40 head x. In :rrt'state,of
varnish stain on all
t'or One coat
all of
viding adequate:and. desirable housing long the KLOHE,> CE J. MOORE, woodwork
the-peopleiwho would like to live here if accommodations 'S. are out the dreeared: One gnat .clear tarnish stain on
and the all' woodwork
-we're; available. The cattlemen are All ,}Creditors of the opiate ofV'lftrehitj The Hoard Reserves: The Right To SUPPLIES _
-.With small cost of feeding right out so It _J, MtMirr deirad. are Rdt'ctny And AH Bids. ;
-. towns, such as ours, always discriminated ,i* p<:T'Ipci,11v hereby notified and rVnutrrd to OFFICIAL :SEAL
,against when construction money is how or other, it ; ..realize.that "file any claims i>.r demands which CHARLES A. DARBY. Clerk AT S.A.I DEPOT STARKE. FLA.
feed when they m.ty havaR.tin t said .estate 2-5 %t %-1%
being passed out theonly economically feasible you still having ice "in ttif,office of the county judge of -
grass is coming -. llrartford County. .Florida in the
answer to, the housing problem appears to be ; .
discussing cottonseed ,urthJUse at Starke. Florida within .
eight calendar month from the ,,'..
Federally financed' low rent projects.
salt agreed that a ,
) al- d tt'Qt the first publication of
farmers' J _
.,,2LXAs might expected, there has been and will to feed is 75 per this' notice. Each claim or demand I. -
will be.:right on be in and statethe
riitist writing mutt
be"some; objection to this housing bthose per cent mineral .
type pla-e of residence! and I)('"t- '.
whoexpress fears' of Federal control. But interestingly per cent salt. office address vf the Claimant and t
'S. r must! bo'aworn to by the claimant. '
: .:.enough, some of those !most convinc- Lloyd Green has now show his agt-i'lt. or his attorney or it YOU WON'T DAL

e ed of this "threat", the housing picture, .are way of feeding pellets deriving about will February becomeoid 4. n*:t according. to law. ,

: perfectly content .to accept.large. Federal grants ccws that he says ,Income! from (8) CECIL II. MOOKECttil .
K. )IooreEif''ut.r
: for hospitals, roads, Schools, public buildings, and time. He has ,a bin about you? ; of the Estate of for

jnarjy other things that we would never have -' I Florence J. Moore%-,, deceased 4t26 -- ;rt

: !without\ such !assistance., : '

: *U': iS4. hardly reasonable to object to low rent I.\ Till ClltCUT COl HT, RKAD-

I housing! on the grounds of threatened: Federal FORD,*>CI.TlV'lOl'T1YIORIUA: : INtH SAVING

: control at the same time accepting the multitude Case No. 12-701 ",

: .of? ,other .Federal subsidized! programs that ri Marry Dans.Dai is. also, known as lien- .. ,

.\\e.are. only ,too glad_ to get. Plaintiffs .
: ..
A ;
4 geni Ada Morrison Davis! also known
Possibly ,the best argument for public housingis a\" Helen Buchanan Davis. Defcnd- .,. ,"
found in. the communities that have had such Snacks
projects for' many years, and) that ,keep expandfng What is the, Recipes con- IX: THE NAME OF THE STATE i .... \

; ; .existing projects or adding ,new ones. Here, your house? Is. DejnonsyaUon bulletin; ., OF To FIXJIIIDA Ada Morrison: Davis. also "f of ...-
; be
the accomplishment
10, 2 'and 4 Known ,a* Helen Buchanan Davis proud your 1
experience of thecommunity with good.man-
: snacks? Fruity whose residence! is unknown
agement fs loquent ,testimonial to the project's Whatever the Yield1012's= Girls You are hereby notified that a every time you look at the mounting figures in lour
suit' in rqmty. in which the relief
: value and long-run usefulness. Success! or failure are usually loaded seemed to bought is dnorce. has been filed bankbook. And you'll be glad to have money-in- .
: ,depends* on L CAL.mana'gem I t not "Fed- but cone up short day for every- against you bv Harry t)aialso' "

.- eral.interference.:' vslue sidp. Doesn't ,into the act at above known named all Henry Court Da\is.and cause in and the the-bank that you can count on when you need it! '"
ray, though! you are summoned, ordered and required .
: The Fedwal"regulations are minimum, since girls' 4-H club to file your written answer -
The lies in Open A Savings Account With Us Soon ..
most of thc, roject ,rules re.made 10call\. The licious snacks that .k. :They: -met. in. or said defenses cause in to the the office Complaint of-the undersigned in- t

: 'large number of.such developments in :the "un- calories and bursting ion, Office Clerk of said Court at
recons 1j Cted"-.state of Georgia is proof of this.i electric Starke. Florida on or before the
: with vitamins. new !fill day: of March. A. D. m: *!. and
: 'Does'any',one' 'tthink that :citizens{ ,of Georgia, ,the b bill'perfectly.. .departmentjjy to serve, a copy there on HoIIis 1.

; .where..opjosition..\ i "to: integration i is much more ,Keep basket or andi.tgiit'i. Com-. ..! add Knight res* plaintiffs 11! ',|Jtw attorney. Call Street.whose
/ 'than m* Florida:' Starke. Florida, on or before said FLORIDA\ k
militant; ..would have even one ,zipper skinned fruits .Chsilon baked date, as required by the Laws of a n
: low :rentyllousing'projectif;; ,the Federal govern'ment.niaintpinedControl gerines, temple and Florida and Rules of Court. If you
and tangelos on .prunes, ," ," fail to ,do so, a decree pro confe!'soWIJI Starker .
: ? Obviously, not. Control bacon ""."and( ,be entered against you for the One of 28 Banks in the at .

: I. ifrinJ; p'h'ands-bfthe! .. l local housing! authority, night.' They are Linda Huggins relief' demanded notice shall in the Complaint.This Florida National Group
} ; be publishedonce \
asr. ,it "should,.be.. too.If Linda .a week for four consecutive :..
: Cox.
"" guests are
week the Bradford
County Tele
: mimof'a'ma ter plan for'future growthis feel the need of a i ,? \.food.:pro- graph. commencing not It'than;
: aU-irappitan.J.. JfLsuch a _plan would have help- if 'the- family likes : salad :0:: day before raid return da,". MIMItt HUIAI CtrOUt mtutANCt COMOIATioi
,and Witness my hand and tlm seal of .
.e Starke inVthe past t. how much will be its you make, try this said
: more i pea Court at .Starke. Florida this.. ,
ouefulnegg.In: ; rthe future ,when the forthcoming ufualYes. but so par h :!rd'day of February .\. I>. 1931 .

: "Era-,.j of :the:South" 'brines. jiccejerated growth completely out of : .

and 'inevitable.. ?:growing :,pains Florida: Orange Roll e
.' Pilling. One-half .

4:. getting F'f. ,t" '_" Your. <. Dollar's. .' Worth._ .fourth fourth tablespoons' ,.teaspoon cups orange\ salt, : r Q ER PROUDLY WELCOMES : ".

This weekend cooperating Starke merchants yolks Islightly ) i .

: .eampaigh.toconince.shoppers are-!! ,staging' another,event in in their the trade continuing area spoon and Mix salt butter together in top or of P:0: |thfr Distinguished i: name to its growing family of fine .

thattKere:>i'rio need t
to drii'e 30 or 40. miles to Blend in ,orange : : i 1 H. ; '
: 'find -a' bargain. This February event is a City- oughly. .Cook over rl 1. JL' m M9W9' & COURT STS.

: Mride" Dollar Days, with most .members of the stirring: .constantlY,' .ft = JS., .. ..-0. MQTORSTARKE, FLA.aii .
S. .Starke;Retail Merchants ,Association offering is .thL:kened. Place ; } \1-- ': '{zp ;;t.'t..: .' 1' .. .

some outstanding, values for "a :buck' This is water: cook 10 ;

: the,f rst.of tplanned campaign which will featS Stir small amount .rr' authorIzed dealer for '

ure-other special events ead month including a nto boiler.,eg;Cook yolks; -- .... ,.,.,,

?boat;motor' ..and'trailer give-away' ,thattshould'bejBSpecially ? 2 minutes longer.. ,.

: attractive! : .',tC?' opperg:: ;,thisunimer. Remove""from heat; .

': Y Through their i..Retail .Merchants ,Association >Cake. Four eggs, : .,.' ;: ,
: ':S'Starker-businessmen.are, '.making ad concerted ,effort orange: rind one t .

: : :to keep' "up .with:;ythe;jtimes "in the.'changing powder urths one-fourth .. '. ,. ,... .
cup .
*'world: ,of''merchandis'. Terrific competition 2 -, '
.spoon vanilla:! and '. .
: \\'from,gigantic*shopping centers and *"super"' establishments sifted cake '' r .

: .. '- in:;ne rby..cities have brought. ourjnercjjants cup Have'.eggs. :T at room ,: ...

: to -realization-'that.; ? \ they-can.no! Grease; bottom of .. l ,

?4enger.hopetto.'survive-under-.the-old\ : .system.of inch pan; line with THEVSTUDEBAKER

''sh..and wait till .business comes .in the door." and grease lightly. .' .. ) :-...4. : '-

.? hose.whp sit.and .wait.these days.will do an awful orange .rind until ;,

lot of sitting __ .,' .and waiting. baking powder and ; :
til1 very light. Add .
Cooperation is the key to success in any com-
tJbl at .
noon a
;'Imunity i. enterprise! and the encouragingfact tinue beating until YOUR NEWDIMENSION

;&about thi,'}Reek's; pbllar Days eventjs that. it Fold in vanilla and IN -

rflga. .cooperative! r.t..a: nd.thereforiB" ; much more, .Pour batter 'into p
t;j aeffgctivethanifdaneby\ { :few-stores. )individual.j .moderately hot oven [ I

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:!; kr i ace heinpffered.1V'e fectioners sugar
WI thatl4me genuineralues: : ...
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'off ette rv ., ,. i. .. ed Trim off t this Stutfebaker
: t ,Ii 11 .paper new ,showroom ,now and see the most
1 fi 't;, Spoon Orange filling rewarding automotive values of the day-the
With both hands : .!inrtoe of cars. -- .

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fold all : : ,( EST. 1171 i tmue :oiling by Uyconceived-to_ meet the needs and tastes of the times. Engineered and I

,f. ,F IU.!.IU\'3 -OLDF.iT. EEKLY E"8- brown paper with ] ; ye.; ct > men ofStud baker these and trucks
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November. Don Had it pretty bad Rites ed. I Attorney A. M. crabt-;..... Jr.. SJJ r reach week for four ronsecutir
arid still coughs. It was fun tolive UP ALLIGATOR Sunday Witness my hand and seal of said Fast Day Street. Jarksonnllc 2. 1 works in the BltADKOUD COUXTT
:him hcme. and I totft care Court, at Starke Bradford County Florida<< and file the, original in the ; TELKOK.\PH.
('.f him gave him medicine and he with } 'i For A. K. Florida this.. 6th day uf February 'on office of the Clerk of Circuit Court Dated this ;: day of January 19 )
Taylor, A. D. 1959.SEAL! or before the 2 day of >far,'h. IS- OFFICIAL SKAL) l"
jjI soon recovered LZarfcWalton r ( ) S3; otherwise! the allegation of said Charles A. Darby -
Little Sugar Pie Charles A. Darby Clerk of the Complaint will be taken as confessed
Masonic Vf.M. Circuit Court by you. TfTK: of the circuit Court
Line a small It. y Marian, U Crosby.-JWpOty Ork.
pie pan wieh pie By Si I Marian L. Crosby. D. C. This notice shall
published once 1-:' 4t 2-19
dough. Mix in a bowl \2 cup SUg- Chas. J. Kap((Attorney for Petitioner
ar. 1 heaping tablespoon J { Aaron K. Taylor 60. a welding 409% Lemon Street I'alatka.
-- Florida. :.1% 41 3-i
with the DuPont
-DONCA..NEB: 3-4 of shop supervisor
cup water \\2 teaspoon salt.
I dash nutmeg; \\2 company's Highland Plant died I. The Clrralt Court Of The KUhthJodlclal
Wherein the busy winter days eight bodies in January and buri- teapsoon vanilla.i Friday Feb. 6, in Bradford Coun-. \ Orroll of Florida IB .tad = .
hasten by. I finish quilting my I led sej/cn here. The other we sentto of Mix well dot with a tablespoon! ty Hospital after an extended ill-. For Bradford ('....,.. la lhaa- '
r. pour in
crust. Bake rrry.
quilt and help to bury seen and the western part of the state. ycu do pumpkin pie. as I'm looking forward to spring ness.Born I II I Case Xo. 12-710

prepare another to ship away. :I even helped with one funeralat Children like these new that hunting season is over. in Kirkville Miss sept. 11,: Bonnie Craven Plaintiff.'s.. Dean MILEAGE
Here in the silence of a winter the church, then had to little pies Craven Defendant.
come and they Have oiled up the old shotgunand Mr. Taylor was a veteran ot:
are nice for lunches. :NOTICE OF !SI IT
hill.Wheie home and clean up for the next This is an old Pennsylvania Dutch greased my boots and packed World War'I,'a/memtieer oi -Amer-:I IX THE NAME OF THE STATE OF

not a foot print mars one. rtcipe. them away. Cant put up the ican Legion Post 56, and the Madison -: FLORIDA:
the snow save mine, We have had quite a bit of cold hunting knife for a little while Street Baptist Church. He I TO:! :unknown Dean Craven: whose residences 9ARN-

I like to stand a moment weather but no deep snow. It has Helpful Hints: Use an old i yet as I will have to cut myself was the newly elected Worshipful Ton are hereby notified that a

hushed and still been below zero a few times. but safety razor without blade for out of lay& red flannels come warm!! Master of Bradford Lodge No. 35: suit In equity in which the relieffought .

Seeing a river whitened to a or.ly once the wind blew. That is cleaning! the brush on your sweeper weather. My wife sewed me in F. & A.M. He moved to Starke in divorce has been filed against FIRESTONE
you by Ponnie Craven in
Lne, what makes it cold out here. Our Sew a snap where the straps five from Alabama.
them last fall and what with the years ago the above named Court and cause, \
A bridge that's like a toy a houses are built tight and with of children's clothes cross in the warm days ws have had there Surviving are his wife Mrs. Bessie -! and you are summoned ordered and \ Champion
road that storm doors and windows. We beck. They will not slip over theshouldeis. required to file your written answer -
goes : were several times when I squirmed -I Riley Taylor Starke; a son,I
or : t9 the No wider that a pencil stroke have ?:as heated furnaces that for Here is a a plant food like a snake in a burning Aaron):. Taylor, Starke; a brotll.j said cause in the office of the undersigned fb\\\\\\\\\\\\\ New Treads
to'town. pipe hot water through pipes and plants one can make at stump hole. They feel good mosto er, Enoch A. Taylor Clerk of said Court atStarke. \\
home .
Beyond which in a' flame of radiators that keeps the big house : Miss twp Earme! Florida on or before> the Applied Sound Tire Bodies
the time but don't know ; sisters, Mrs 18th day of Marrh. A.D. 1J3!?. and j 1 on
gold and rose warm in every corner. Our cars Mix :n a gallon of water 1 teaspoon whether I can make them last one Freeman: Dallas, Texas, and Mrs.I ti serve a copy thereof on ItollisV ; or on Your Own Tires /

The curtains of the day are have heaters and we wear warm each of baking powder epsom more winter or not. S. B. Moore. Blackwell Texas;I Knight plaintiffs : r *
whose address III p O. Pox 84.I, Tread
I Same Width
drawing;;; down. clothing so we really do not mind salts and saltpeter. Only2\ Bass fishing is on the upswing end one grandchild. Starke. Florida on nr before said Ii'

God is near. the cold weather when one is pre- teaspoon of household ammonia. now. Appears to be a bass behind Funeral services were held at I date.> a" required by the Laws of I \ Same Tread Depth

-rEleanor H. Zimmerman I pared.I Water plants about every four to every cypress bole in either big;,3 i p.m. Sunday, in the A'adison fail Flnrida so to and do.Rules a decree of Court.cotifesso If you \ Same Tread Design

Wet! were Rso busy in January am making stew for supper. six weeks with this solution.It or little Sante Fe right now. Don't j!Strret Baptist Church with pastor. will t" entered against pro you for the V Same Tread QualityAs

with 'f'funeralJi that I failed to The quick kind like I sent; the is cloudy here now and the know how long they will stay but Rev. Jack Mabry officiating assisted 'I relief demanded in th I complain New Firestone Tires

write. Also T was'quilting every recipe for. I also made brownies. wind is blowing but the sun came if you want to get in some good I by Rev: S. E, Sparks. Bur- once This a! notice week for shall four lie consecutive published i

spare moment and now my quilt: Don likes those little cakes. out this' morning. The Ground. fishing; drop in on Connie Barn- ial was in the family plot in Valhalla weeks in Rradford County Tele- jrif 4.70-1

is out of the frames. Tomorrow I We must have had a dozen ambulance Hog saw his shadow. I have mostof hill, get a boat and go pitching]' Cemetery near Bessemer crraph. commencing February II.Witness 8 8 IIACXWAU'Plus '

shall bind it. I washed Saturday calls last month besides my garden seeds and will order that black eel on either side of''r Ala. DeWitt C. Jones *as in1!I n:!!I, my hand and the seal of. 8. 1

morning and we had a funeral in al! those funerals. Quit a bit of a few flowers. It will be fun the tree. Saw one string of 17 !i charge of local arrangements I aid Court at Sfarke.. florid, thisKehruurr Tax ond RecoppobU rife:

the afternoon. Now my ironing is flu out here but, I did not takeit for Spring to come and see if my and heard of several other catches.i j Members of the Masonic lodge in. ,,; :; ..

done and all put away. ,We had because I had a flu shot last 4 daffodils and tulips and all survived of 10 or 12 [Ireliable source!. !'were honorary pall bearers.MAYOR'S (CincriT eh"rl."rhY.CornT SEAL. ) ALL SIZES AVAILABLE .1 l

4a I the winter. I did not cover Went over to Dead Lakes the 'II II I Clerk of said Cin-nit 'otirt.
1- a my strawberries. The wind blows other day at St. Johns Park and I :-1: 4t :3-5 "

leaves and straw away so did not fished the full moon. Didn't set COURTThree Weekend Special -t
In The
C'onufy Jorfce'ii Court In and
try to cover them. I put grass the world on fire, but we did man- traffic charges, three disorderly For Bradford County. Florid

WRGR RADIO I clippings around the plants in age to bring out an even dozen conduct charges and one In Re, :Deceased.All Estate. of Herman W. Clement Nationally Known Spark Plugs

,I summer and no doubt that still black bass. Followed this up a public' intoxication were on Mayor i I creditors of the estate of
protects them some. few days later in old Warner's Jackson's Court docket Monday! Herman TV'. Clement are herebynotified
and required to file any, 1
Now in February I hope to Ccve north of Palatka and four morning. ,I claims! or df'man'fhkh they may, ONLY 55c EACH

clean house do a I little paintingin of us didn't get a ripple. Whileat William Clifford Rhoden pleaded -I have of acafnst the! c iintv said estate Judge In of the Bradford office -

the dining room and Don has St. Johns Park we found out guilty to the charge of failureto I County. Florid In the courthouse -] NO LIMIT WHILE THEY LAST! 1

TOP 100 1.700 tile to lay on the floor of that the speckled perch are on the have his vehicle under control,i., eight calendar at Starke.months"Florida from the within Hate

the casket room. preparationroom move up .there and you can get causing an accident He was sen-j of the first publication of this not-!

furnace room and it shouldbe I boats, bait rations gear of any tenced to pay a fine of $Z1 but'!: in ice.writing Each claim and must or demand state the must pla be'.-.. I DODD'S FIRESTONE STORE .
quite an improvement. We also kind and even rent a motor if the sentence was suspended and: of residence and post-office!' addressof !

l MORE TOP MUSIC PER need a new car for the pallbearers you so desire. he was put "on probation for 60 to the/be the claimant(claimant and must hit agent be sworn or
HOUR : We have Cadillac sedan now. Gathered one bass story from days. I his attorney or it will become void Phone WO 4-3861 528 S. Walnut St.

It is just an older model than we Sampson Lake 110 bassI and Trial of ,Thomas Melvin Spahn I January according 19!to. U law.;;'. !
fcund that the water in all of the I Doris Carlton. Starke, FloridaONE
THAN ANY OTHER like.So en a charge of unlawful speed,' I
/ lakes is coming back Executrix of the Estate: of
> ,; the days ahead will also be up and in 55 miles in a 35 mile zone, was Herman \\'_ drmcnt. deceased.First -
fine -
. busy and happy. I think of all of shape. postponed. publication on January 22.1.1na -
Then this fellow from Florida
you and love reading The Tele- Howard Allan Barnett forfeited 1-.: tt :-1%
Power & Light who fishes with
graph and receiving: letters. bond of $12 by not appearing on -
,i I God Bless you every one. Pappy Shepherd ups and catches a charge of running a red light. In The County Judge Court !. A..
I two bass on the same plug at the For Bradford Coantr. Florida.

iI ca LOVE.MOTHER LURA.. same time for a total weight of Fines of $27 each were assessed i IX RE In :Probate.Estate of J. K. Kite ve.I DOLLAR
i I NEWS &. MUSIC : about t Ibs. Bet a plugged nickel against two on disorderly conduct j I ceased. /
v charges. They were Barry Steve OTICE OF FILING PKTITIOX
they in the Sante
were Fe River. FOR FI\\I nisritlRKB! AS
i Co. B Specialist Broadway and Ronnie K. Gnffis. 1DNINi'TR1TRix -- DOES THE
Frank Jones had two TO ALIjWIHOI IT SLAY CU.XCKUN: 1ti
charges fi
Completed CourseSP2 t
Sylvia Paulk Notice Is hereby !given that I have
against him, disorderly conduct* filed my Final Returns as Admini t '

Clyde W. Marsh of Co. B,: Will Have Part and public intoxication. He pleaded stratrix of the Estate of J. It. KIte.dE''t'a"d ," WORK OF
I ; that I have filed my Petition $15
Mighty 1490MUTUAL 748th Armored Ordnance Bn.,i On TelethonSylvia guilty to both and was fined for Final Discharge and that 'y
Florida National Guard has f52 on the first count and yzi on I will apply to the Honorable Theron-
suc- A. Yawn, County Judge of Bradford -
cessfully completed an extension Paulk, local entertainer, the latter. County, Florida. on the 17 day }0t-
course from the Ordnance Training will sing on the Cerebral Palsy of February A.D, 195 3, for approval
of the same, and for final discharge
Center, Aberdeen Proving Telethon to !ibe televised from the Gary Cooper Starsin as the Administratrix of instate of Fri., Sat.: Feb. 13, 14
BROADCASTING SYSTEM Ground, Md. with a rating of su- .. auditorium of the George Washington J. p Kite deceased.
Western Film This :Olb day of January n:.,.
perior. THe has been with Co. tf Hotel, Jacksonville beginning Louise II. KiteAdministratrix .
hbalt :since Oct. 4, 1954. at 10:30 p.m. Saturday ana of the Estate of
.- To Park
.ateats. Coming
J. R. Kite> Deceased." This DOLLAR DAY DEAL!
.. ouaattttttttttt'JwI4 The extension program of courses continuing till 2:30 p.m. Sunday. First Publication January ::. U&'. Dig
is an effective way for National Miss Paulk will'sing at 3:30 a. Gary Cooper is starred in "Manof 1-%% It %-U

Guardsmen to keep abreast of m. Sunday. the West" the action packed -

current military subjects and The live show on the stage ot western drama showing at the XOTICE TO DEFEND ,
1m rirrwlt Court Bradford Cea.f7
: DOLLAR DAYSPECIALS Specialist March has shown out-_ the George Washington is open to Park Theatre Sunday through i Florida !. Can Berry. $15 Down Payment
) standing ability and interest in the public for the entire perfonns Tuesday. Feminine interest ts Judith Ann Goolshy. Plaintiff vs
Ray floolsby Defendant
his organization. provided by Julie London the NOTICE TO APPEARTo

beauteous singer, while Lee J., : Ray Govlahy whose residenceis ON SMITH-CORONA
Norfolk and whose address
Virginia -
Cobb has the role of a vicious
RUBY JOHNS out-l is: Private. No. 1801971. Ride.
l aw. No. :31. L.S. Naval Retraining Command -

I In his first western In a longtime Naval Base Norfolk. VirginiaYou SILENT SUPER PORTABLEFOR
THE NEW are hereby notified that a suit -
II I GIVES YOU Cooper is seen as a reformed for Annulment and restoration of
i gunslinger; who is thrown by fate maiden name has been filed againstyou
Friday Saturday -- Feb. 13 14 back into the clutches of the man in the above name Court and
and required to
SLIMMING SENSATION cause you are servea ONE BUCK !
who first set him on a road of copy of your answer or pleading'
crime. to the complaint on the

Miss London sings the title song
Reg. 98c Ladies'NYLON $\ and also portrays a frontier chanteuse You Pay The $1.00

ll who gets involved in the

HOSE Newest, conflict between Cooper 'and Cobb Plaintiff's'I

i4'i Easiest Way To Reduce The picture !is filmed in color We Pay the Other J4 For You

and Remold Your figure and Cinemascope against magnificent Guaranteed
I scenery in California's Red
Rock Canyon in the Moajauve MUFFLERS
Famous Reducing Authority desert. PLUS YOUR FREE GIFT


Monty MacLevyYou'll 23.95 Touch Typing Course on

$ Enjoy Guaranteed Reducing FFA Judging Teams NOW!Every NTRKATONAl

Washable,,' Flannel ,\ Results Because Attend State Fair J PACTS MUFFLER b vncondi.tionolly L.P. Records .

I guaranteed for If*
teams from the Starke
BERMUDA SHORTS LIFE of the vehicle on which it
s and Bradford PTA Chapters .competed -
+ i iNtaned.
in contests at the State'Fair
in Tampa last week judging
beef cattle, swine and dairy
,.0, p. .3' : cat-I AND US1D IT
# tle. Winners of the contest ) tIJl uNOEtwnmriMOKATones
r, w S. S :.t be announced after scores are I

computed on a statewide basis. hi

Girls' ROBES $ Comprising the Bradford Chapter -. b a

; team were: Ellis Coleman[
You are inviter) for a Free Visit (NOW Arthur Clark Morris Carter Jr.,

and DUSTERSCHENILLE, QUILTED, FLANNELREG. Call WO 4.3081 For-Appointment. - i Fate Leaton Harper Mathews.; Percy Moody and ;:;; 1 1j : 4

Included on the Starke Chapter I j

;. 2.98 and 3.9S SLENDERIZING PLAN 9"" '* *f ft.. ...* r.frubitp team were Wayne Parrish, Edwin| .

I and relaxing ndudnp masons rot.. over .xperieMed-otOJWw.. AH yn de Johnson Gene Edwards, Louie:
n com m a"d lie doithovt clilfebilllithHt .erti.-o"d you .b...h.M Johns, and Junior Hunter. FreeInstallation ,

I Xd tens at yv b..!. to i*.d pouadi.SLENDERIZING Thirty-five members of both I
Viscose Rayon II
$ fiW-OfoU made the trip to' the I
PLAN inclvdu a rtel".d l ulen pr*
SCATTER RUGS from Ifcol alas tCmmiiig tw_. Meta your .iiwort.d laths ....d Mgtt .f Fair list Saturday in a school SUNOCO

cppt...M tho SUM-CIOU ToW firms hips thighs vmmy-y.w.ratirw borfyl bus accompanied by the chapter Bradford County Telegraph

dtlsors! : Paul Hutchings, and
PLAN b *. fcU 0" ceswwi.sf Station
ASSORTED COLORS SLENDERIZING "';iy ,Curtis Marlow. 4Service
way ie bow tile fi8 r. yoy' olwoy ,.."'" for. Se. how tauly yo. p. *
sl.ader J more yo.hfvlltocly. And tverydyTt V.. Starke, Fla. .. '
I Buy SEVERAL al this PRICE! gractfvl IMW paw and a rtwr -fl - ---- -
talking above the pUownt way if activotu your drevlatioi to Dirt yo. a fawn. .- -- -

MW ltoIiweu.MiAg.. f f- t YOU'LL LOVE U.e new Lester "!I'"

Girls' $ NOW THAT Ruby Johns Beauty Shop, brook pastel County shades.pune-rize TeJepapli.I. Only fountain$54)9). ftt pens Bradford la MARY CARTER SAYS: !

.,.. -
-. Paint Your

COTTON( 4 HAS Q.wi-a. IT HAS EVERYTHING!" the Orrvlt Curt ****.tb! Jadlrlal.Oart. HALF-PRICE .
PANTIES, pr t. !. A.. For Bradford Now For i iI
C.Mtr. FI.rU..
Cfc..rrrjr >.. 13-703
In The Matter Of The AdoptionOf I i EVERY
A Female Minor Child Whose I
Name is Cynthia Ann SherouseBy
James Lacy Silcox. Petitioner.Vs. .I SECOND .
State Welfare Board And Don I
J. Sheremse, fc-hos! residence ts unknown. GALLONOR "
TO: Don J._ Sherouw, residenceunknown.
l lI Please take notice that on the Free Parking QUART
A4/1 112 E. Call St. f
I Itb: day of February .A, D, IJ5S a
RUBY JOHNS Beauty Shop Petition for the adoption of a FeTal -
! Starke, Fla. Chad erhole name Is CynthiaAnn PRICES START AT $2 QUART, $5.98 GALLON I
Sherouse.was. filed by James' I
\ 117 Thompson.st. Phone WO 4-3081 Lacy silcox.. and you' are hereby
-r-manded to appear la said Court 355 X. Temple Ave. Starke = Ph. WO 4-8565 "

-... Starke, Florida ..t. on the Cth "dayOr': March A. D.1 .;. -. .
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-T Luncheon Given :,t om High School PTA I UDC Chapter [Mission StudyScheduled

,. By Mrs.' Hatcher. Mrs. To Hear Debate I.Meets At Home j Feb. 17

For Bride-Elect. On EducationA I Of Mrs. ThomasThe l;,By Methodists

Mrs. H. M. Hatcher. Jr. entertained JQ nn a r T;M ? ': deoate and a report of school I: W. T. Weeks Chapter. U. D.i A Study Course. "Other CuUi

at a delightful luncheon ; testing will be featured in the C. met at the home ,of Mrs. Her- i tures" will, be presented by Mrs.

... Thursday cf last week at her program of the Tuesday. Feb. 1r,1 I bert Thomas on Wednesday, Feb E. V. Widegren. chairman of Missionary :-
4'ady Mooty 1t I home at Camp Blandmg( honoring vYork meeting of .IS Parent Teachers ,, 4. Mrs. t;. K. Ferryman hIstor- Education of the Woman'3

.,, ..... I' Mrs. JoAnn Dinkins York popular Association to be held in the, ian presented a program on Sidney -I J Society of Christian Service of the
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bride--lect. school library at 8 p.m. I I Lamer whose birthday was Methodist Churcn at 10 a.m. Tuea-

J Afternoon Tea The luncheon table was covered r trtrWeds i The debate will be in charge ot Feb. 3. Lamer was a musician|: day. Feb. 17. in Fellowship Hall.

Honoring Mrs. York with a white damask: cloth .ajid\ C. L.. Oveiturf speech director : and a poet and a member of the I Everyone is asked to bring a
centered with an arrangement"of L i and the subject is: Resolved that American Hall of Fame. | covered dish for luncheon to beheld

Bride of Last WeekMrs. Pink Perfection camellias flanked .b. Ct ? i' 1r the Essential Features of the British -: During the social hour refreshments -. after the study course. This

by silver candle holders with Educational System be Adopted -: were served !by Mrs. Thomas will be followed by a short bust.nese .

James Chasteen and Mrs. burning pink tapers: fan-shaped- : l} .5.tith in the United States. I I and Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. co- 1 i meeting for members of the

I H. L. Brownlee entertained at a I arrangement of pink roses gracedthe .' Assistant principal J. G. WCS3;t twill hostess. I Woman's Society.
I the The next will be with
.. beautiful tea Wednesday after- b-ilfet. report. on scnool testing meeting
I program for the present year. i Mrs. W. F. Glenn on Wednesday I ('.\Im OF THAXKS
noon cf last week from four to The six luncheon guests included In !
..9r Sn Parents are urged to attend this: )March. at 3 p.m.BAKE Our heartfelt thanks to all who
five-thirty at the home of the s
Mrs. L. F. Dinkins Mrs. M. C. I
interesting meeting.An i extended comforting sympathyand
latter on N. Cherry street nonoring Stith and daughter, Sandra: Mrs. oJ I
executive board meeting SALE help in our recent sorrow. For
Mrs. JoAnn Dinkins Yolk.R H. L. Brcwnlee. Mrs. James Chas-
First will be held at 7:30 preceding the I Girl Scouts of Lone Troops the beautiful service floral otler-
pink color motif was carriedout teen and
the honoree.
-' regular meeting. will hold a Bake Sale Saturday ings, and other kindnesses we are
I in the flower in
The hostess presented the honor .,.oJ ;rapfst I morning, Feb. 14, in front ot the deeply grateful.-The Family of
the with and
party rooms pink
guest Jith a cut glass compote. as I Florida Bank at StarKe. : Mrs. Della Thomas.
j I white; camellias and stock used.'a ,memento: 'of the occasion.: ; Marc Jackson Host ,
'IA focal point was a large drift- '
v'ood arrangement interspersedwith 'I .... .. "- At Birthday Party i

pink camellias. I I Rehearsal Supper In Lions Den
SAVE this Fine
k ,For'Stith-York $50 on Group
The tea table was covered with Churchfl'it'H Marc Jackson celebrated his .
H long white satin cloth, bordered t'rtI I ,
Wedding PartyDr. z 13th birthday anniversary last
I ?:ith Iii:,"a and caught at the corn-
aay evening with a party for 251 I I' U t
ers with pink camellias and pink and xt
Mrs C. Stith ot Ceremony friends at the Lion's Den. I i. 1
..tin streamers. Centering the )
I Falls Church. Va. hosts at
were a
r The hall was gay for the occa-, 4T
table was an antique Dresden buiiet supper Thursday evening of sion with red and white crepe paper ,
k bowl filled with pink carnations, last week at the home of Mrs. H. The p MRS.\ It 1'p 73. .
.. streamers. guests enjoyeda
Mc and Mrs. Joei'Mizell of' j Sweetheart roses, snapdragons, L. Brownlee honoring their son. hamburger fry followed by!j \
i and pink leather-leaf fern. Balan- Dr. James L. Stith, and Mrs. Jo- and The refreshment '
Starke announce the engagement 1tt.i i t"s. games dancing.
-me he arrangement were six Ann Dinkins York, following their c
| table
of their ni'ce.hss Judy Janrty.t ; was overlaid with a 1
.. E. D. Norman foster son ot Mr 1 I pink porcelain rose shaped candle wedding rehearasl. white linen cloth and was decorated j i

and Mrs Markiee Starling '1 he ioldes with burning pink tapers. I The 'buffet table8tS. covered: with the red and white crepe| ,

mother cf the bride-to-foe IS11 S. I' Silver coffee and, tea services with a white/ damask cloth and paper scallops. Centering the i
placed at each end of the centered with two heart shaped
S. K. Williams of Gainesville.The I table was a beautifully decorated I
table and silver trays and bonbon cakes placed on lace doilies with I white and cake.
wedding will be an event ot ,
dishes held an assortment of the names JoAnn and James inscribed J
:March 14.BPW Assisting Marc's parents. Mayor
dainty sandwiches, pink pettifors, on the cakes. Pink Perfection At a simple, but beautiful I shoes were blue' brocade: dyed to and Mrs. W. T. Jackson were Mr. 1 r
white and pink decorated mints, camellias were placed between double-;ring ceremony performed inE I match her dress. Complimenting I and Mrs. David Montgomery and
Will Sponsor the The the First Baptist Church, Mrs. the dress was j
coconut balls and apricot balls. cakes. guests were a corsage ot pink Mrs. J. R. Kite.
Home CourseThe Mrs. Chasteen greeted the seated at card tables which were JoAnn Dinkins York, daughter Of' orchids. I Reg. $250 Value
Nursing Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and 1 a
guests at the doer and presented centered with silver candle holders A reception followed the wedding -

Starke BPW Club will them to the receiving line com- with burning pink tapers. Dr.: ,James Logan Stith son of Lr. I in the recreation building of Starke Social Club
posed of Mrs. York her mother. Hand made bridal place cards_ designated -. and Mrs. M. C. Stith ot falls; j the church where sweet pink was Holds l
sponsor its second course in Red MeetingThe *
Cross Home Nursing with Mrs. Mrs. L. F. Dinkins mother of the the seating arrangement. Church, ya.; were: united in marriage I| the prevailing color theme. A 2-Piece L. R. Suite N-O-W

Martha Snellen, Public Health bridegroom Mrs. M.'C. Stith, and Assisting the hosts in servingwere : on Friday evening. Feb, b, ,i I large floor 1 basket of pink chrysanthemums -,. Starke Social Club met m Foam Rubber Uphol-
Mrs. Brownlee. The line Mrs. H. L. Brownle, Mrs. H. at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. Stith. fatherof and pink gladioli in a the Presbyterian Recrea ion Hall
receiving .
instructor. I
Nurse as
stood in front of the white fireplace M. Hatcher' Jr., Mr!;. James Chas.. pie. groom, performed the cere- i j.j sunburst design was placed against : on Thursday, Feb. 5, with a good I II stery 95

Those interested in taking his in the livingroom where teen and Miss San :ra Stith. mony.. I| a background of palms. attendance. The sick committee I *
11 hour course of instruction are the mantel held a beautful arrangement The 24 guests included the members The church was lovely with I I Mrs. Lex Green greeted guests I reported that Mrs. Bertha Pearce 2 Step Tables

asked to phone Mrs. Marguerite of the wedding party, the immediate sweetrpink\ tapers in white candelabra j at the door, and 3Vrs. Calvin J. was. taken to Bradford; County
of white and pink
Hall it W04-2294 or WO4-0101 gladioli stock and daisy mums at families, and intimate casting a soft glow over Houpt presented them to the re-I t Hospital but is improving 1 Coffee Table
ot Mrs. Mildred Doyle at W04- friends. the setting. Floor palms with a line Mrs. Jessie Bowden was elected
ceiving composed of Mr. and
one end, at the other were brass I
6024 or W04-2991. Time and huge sunburst arrangement ot 1 Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and Dr. and' to 'be pianist for tie club. 2 Table LampsWeGiveS&H
candle holders with burning pink
place will be announced later.A tapers. First Baptist large pink chrysanthemums, gladioli ; -' Mrs. M. C. Stith parents of the I Games were played and refreshments -

Red Cross Certificate and and' jade fern was the focal bridal couple, and the wedding l served. Hostesses were Mrs.
Red Cross Pin can be earned by Presiding at the coffee and tea Circles MeetThe point of-the decorations." Mrs. Lex party. j i W. L. Blair and Miss Amy Coburn.
services at intervals Mrs. S. '
completing the course.Associational were Green, organist, provided nuptiol/ The bride's table was overlaid j The next meeting will be on ,
L Sr. J. E. Wilson Lorena Epperson Cjrcle.
Peek Mrs. o.f
music. with linen and lace cloth j
a with Tues.. Feb. 17, at 7:30 at the
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. Lex the First Baptist Church jnet at
The bride's only attendant was I all of silver. Delicate %
WMU appointments j home of Mr. and Mrs. W. !to. Her- Green
the home of Mrs. Ernest: Phillips StampsXO
Green. Also floorhostesses
assisting as Mrs. James Chasteen, and the best! hued pink carnations with long, 708 N. Walnut St.
were Mrs. Garl Mathews with Mrs. Douglas Hardy as co- James aunt I
To Meet Feb. 20 man was Chasteen, dainty: sweet pink Sweetheartroses
Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, Mrs. hostess. An interesting programon and uncle of the groom. The ushers -j entwined a large pink satm
Circle Four WSCSCircle
The New River Associational Charles Darby, Mrs. Lavern Out- Alaska was presented ""by Mrs. were Lavern Outlaw and Don circle as a center arrangement of

WMU will meet with the Kmgsley law, Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr., W. S. Haas, assisted by Mrs. Mildred Neel. the table. Satiny smilax grace- ,! 4 of the First Methodist CARRYING CHARGES
LaKe Baptist Church on Friday, Mrs. R. V. Turner. Mrs. T. G. Cuttino, Mrs. E. Q. Testy, I of ,
Mrs. Chasteen, matron
Mrs ..- as fully draped the two large can- WSCS met this week in the recreation -
:Mrs.: Russell and t
Feb. 20, at 10 a.m. Miss Elizabeth Ritch. Mrs. L. G. Powell and Miss Norman, (honor, was attired in a rose silk i delabras that flanked the center Mrs.
Provence, director of youth I Sandra Stith. L. McKnight. Mrs.. Norman: presented over non-lustrous I building. George; Sneli
organza gown piece. Mrs H. L. Brownlee, majternal reviewed ot the "ile-
part book
work in Florida, will be guest I The honoree was presented witha the members with an interesting satin. The bodice was fitted and' grandmother of the groom,> covery of Family Life." tollowed HART FURNITURE CO :
cross on. !
speaker. A cover dish luncheonwill crystal::. relish tray and crystal Alaska. puzzle the skirt was very full with a' and Mrs. Lewis D. Haines presided -!, by discussion. Hostesses were

he served. Everyone wel- I condiment set as a memento of The hostesses served refreshments I bustle effect. A side effect of at the coffee services at the''' Mrs. J. A. Lee and Mrs. 1) L). I 123 E. Call St. STARKE FLORIDA
come. I I the occasion from her hostesses. scallops, and covered Juttons'as; i ends of the table. Tiny white i Bachmari", : ,
at the close of the meeting. !
I featured at the,front of the gown.! cakes wth pink'bridal decorations .
Her small hat was rose covered and mints were served. During .' .- i

leaves, with a single large cabbage i I the reception, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw -

rose on the side. She wore wrist-I and Mrs. Randal Chitty passed -
le.ts and shoes to match. She car I trays of sandwiches among the
rigid a cascade arrangement of carnations guests

r in delicate shades of pink'If :Miss Sandra Stith of Washington -

f fashioned: with tulle and sIlk : D. c., sister of the groom

I 1 leases .to. match her gown. j kept" the bride's book, and Irs.

The bride. was lovely in a gown!I Don Neel poured punch from a

of,sweet pink with fitted basque j large silver"bowl. Those also assisting -

waist: ci[ Mencon lace with: a ba- in serving? were Mrs. Carl

ttau neckline and a voluminous I Mathews, Mrs. Charles Darby,

skirt, of silk organza over lace. Mrs. Lloyd Jennings Mrs. Carl

Encircling. 'the waist giving an. Roberts, Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr.,

at Empire effect, was a cummerbund Miss Linda Sale, Mrs. Vernon
which extended at the back Silcox, Mrs. ,Harry Houston, Sirs.E. .

to' the edge "of the:skirL Her F. Miles, Mrs. T. G. Ritch Jr., FRIDAY, SATURDAY FEB. 13, 14
small hat was of miniature silk Mrs. Guy Sale, and Mrs. S. G.

ROBBINSFRL flowers centered with pearls and Denmark.
w\th\ 'a small nose veil of silk Il- Among the out-of.lown guests j ;

SAT. ONLYLadies' lusion. She wore matching shoes were Mr. and, Mrs. Werner Dou-I e' .
. i .
I | and, wristlets. Her bridal bouquet, 1lt g. Mrs H. L. Cotton, Mr. .
of sweet :Mrs. Don Lt. Com. K. -:..
was a nosegay composed. :;. I Bradley. t.1
heart roses and stephanotis with Hancock and Lt. Com. Hazel ''
I leaves covered in pink net and I of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. P.

Ladies' Bermuda' groupings' of small pearls. I L. Dinkins Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W.

: W',spm' firsDinkins chose, for her F,. Moore Mr. and Mrs. George W. .

daughters wedding: a lovely grey- Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox 3 ROLLS Regular $2.00
SHORTS Mue, silk organza dress over tatfeta of Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. T. t;.
fashioned, ;ift, the shirtwaist: Duncan Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton BLACK & WJHTE

White style with slik picot braid Brownlee and son, John of Gainesville 127 620 120 PHOTO IDENTBRACELETS '
Blue ing the tucked front. 'OUtlign-1 ; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Carr and1is

Black Sizer ; vere'hi' matching shade RUby Lee of Tallahassee;
wrote a corsage, of small lavender j!i Miss Marjorie Stith of Thomas-
Patent 10 18 f orchids.Mrs. I I ville, Ga., and Capt. and Mrs.:: J. 1.00
and Red r Stith mother of the groom B. Barger of Green Cove Springs. a tOO

$ wore a beautiful Chantilly starlight -I After spending. some time with _
$ blue lace dress, in a street I f their guests Dr. and Mrs. Stith tt '
a length sheath style with a chit ton l left on a brief 'wedding trip be-

panel draped at the left side and I[fpre making their home in Sanford -
baclc. With this she-wore: ,a small where Dr. Stith, a lieutenant

.t xM whimsy, veil trimmed 'with small.I senior grade :.in*the Navy., & ser-

pink flowers, a\ -the -crown. Her i t vjng as flight surgeon. 7

Plus TaxMen's Madison 'St. \ MJ Birthday Party : Vi

e i _- .r i--- r Circle: Meetings' For Terry Yawn I IuRGE'.ASSORTIfEXTRegul' -

Circle of the Madison Street: 4
A Valentine motif was used at $2.00JEWELRY
BaptistYMJJ met Tuesday morning -i Many More Specials in
the after-
birthday party Monday,
at the home of. Mrs. G. W.:
Short Sleeve Boys' Short Sleeve noon for Terry Yawn who was
Alderman with ten members pres j 1 Phonographs Tape
ent. Mrs J. W. Furlong presented celebrating his ninth anniversary. : .
,a program, on "The Cooperative -! .'The refreshment table carriedout F t.
KNIT KNIT & I Program Dollar Stretches. the- Valentine\ theme-, covered. Recorders, and Cameras!

Fac." M, au Ctaa Cotton,'leader. w7th, .a white linen cloth and< decorated :. !,

.conducted the" business Seiswri. with... ... red- hearts..' ,, Tb\; 15young .1'1Q-Q- Trade-ins accepted f -
SHIRTS SHIRTS Mrs. J. wV Ritch Was hostess to guests enjoyed games with 1 ,

Circle 2 at her home on )!;aSt Call prizes and were given-, Valentine- .. \ ... .. r< :

St Following the devotional and f vors. ,
r programEby M ''s-'-' N. S. Dankel Mrs. T. A. Yawn. Jr. was assisted .. J .-

1.00 1.00ROBBINS' ?lrs. R. O, Dansby, YWA,director; ,I I by Mrs. Horace JJyal and
reported on the banquet held Monday -
1 ,Mrs Mack Futch.Methodist .
night followed by a study
course taught by Mrs., J. H. >Iafcry I
Size S-f-L
Size S-\I.L: ; i at the home of Mrs. J. W.
: Men
Furlong. j I
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Circle. mt. at the home; ,of the Plan Breakfast BURLINGTONSTUDIO
leaser, Mrs- B. T. 'Thomas.. After

dev otiioaial by.Mrs. Joe ?;.pod, rs'j'I The Methodist Men's Club wm t

Jack ,ata presented .hold a breakfast meeting this Sun- : .
with Mrs. Norman theprogram'l. & GIFT
Davis 'Gassett, :Mrs. :day at 8 am.. This is the regular .

.. Jt'MfsJ.'L.: Andrews,and :Mrs. t monthly meeting and men of' thechurch .

.. Bill Dodd taking part. are asked to maker their_ .J04 W.-CALL ST. PHONE WO 4-7271 1

Tfie Store of Ya/ues' Refreshments" were served by' ..rfgWiiVSDS.rJ&f.bafl: ?, and, ,
the hostesses dunnV*the-social i breakfast,..with-all-the.trimmings.
I hour. <
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Mrs. James n be
Chitty and son. Mr. and Mis. Guy Sale were I WomanIs (S. always remembered CORRECTIONIn II
'Mike, ate spending the remainder overnight guests Wednesday of LfwJey --ilr;. Pcrry,0.-Starling ana lai. I --- -

I of the school tetra with Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen ,in i! Found,.Dead ily. !at week's issue it was

: Mrs H. H. Chitty in Jacksonville I Ocala i[(Of Heart Attack stated that the City had approveda

while,Mike attends the Jessie Ball i II Friends of Mrs. J. B. Sapp will:] ., CARD OF THANKS plat cf a new subdivision ownedby

I Dupont Orthopedic school in rJackscnville. to hear of the death oft: Mrs. Dilla 'Norman was found We wish to UiAnX all who so Fate Brown and Mrs. Earl Ed-
VWiN : :: They come home on her sister Mrs. Dome Moore ind: of a heart attack at her home Jinoly assisted us, with clothing wards. This was an error and I 1' 1' 1 1' .

me Nis weekends. i i Gainesville last Wednesday. A- aoout two. ,miles north.. of Law- .aud money for doctor's bills alter should have stated that: the pro-
1 Miss Dolores McKnight nas returned : raong those from Starke wno a t- ley late Monday 'at ternoon. ve lest our possessions in a recent perty was owned by Fate Brown

y----------..------.----.--..: from three weeks visit tended her funeral on Friday'' A neighbor, Mrs. ADen Carter. fire Mrs. Nellie Prescottand and Ladle Edwards Brown. I. the A NEW
with Miss Lois Quinn in Washing-;, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mrs. J.i
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Malphurs? John Pcwell and John Godwin ton. D. C. B. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp \ she had not seen 1rs.Normd.o l' .
have Tiovcd into 708 McMahon!aie fishing at Marathon for two '
Dr. A. Y. Covington attended
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and pll day Sunday or Mon-
street. weeks. the Health Officers conference ': daughter: Linda Kay. Mr. and day, and found her lying tare COMPLETE TREE SERVICE I'H
Al Harley of St. Albcns. W. Va. I! Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren Monda;' to Wednesday at the Mrs. Oliver Underhill. Mr. and down on the floor. Mrs. Carter

spent last Friday and .-""rrtaY !1!! nd sons of Statesboro, Ga. spent State Board of Health in Jack- Mrs. O. J. Underhill. Mr. and Mrs. > notified the Sheriff's office and

with his parents, Mr. ani !.irs: A.H. ,j lie weekend with Mr. and Mrs. sonville. : Arlie Underhill, Mr. and Mrs. ;I1 Deputy Russell Redding and State VV Pruning *' Cavity Work PORTABLE TV

Hailey. Jr. I : S Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin Cauley Underhill. Rev. and Mrs. '' Road Dept. patrolmen investigat Quality

Mrs. O. L Haynes Jr. and CarVahh: Saturday at Tennis j spent Thursday to Monday with L. D. Haines, Mrs. L F. Dinkins ed.Mr. Bracing Tree Removal
daughter, Ann, and Miss r-un j ourt [lOth (;radl". Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Register in1' Mrs. Garl! Mathews Mrs. J. H. Redding reported that Ur, T

Winkler! spent the weekend with I I Mrs. Frazier Shaw And sons Miami. DuPre. Mrs. J. A. Griffin Mrs.J' J P. G. Felos, who had also been De-Mossing Transplanting:: .

Mr and Mrs. John Anderson in sited Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marshall Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest Ray Ncwsome Mr. and Mrs. Jack called, said Mrs. Norman had died

Cocra I :n Anthony on Sunday. spent the weekend with Mr. and Freeman and daughter Mr. and either late Saturday pight. or early Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S .
Visit rur new Hallmark Greet- I George Fortunas and daughter. ,Mrs. J. C. Robinson in Apopka. 1 l Mrs. Bill Blackburn and Rodman unday morning. 1'1'r; .
.Inff C-ifil C 'ntrr. Over :300: new I I Allison, cf Apalachicola spent On their way home they visited l Vnderhill. I Mrs. Norman had been in ill ...

d *j'I' just arrived at Bullington's. -I i Mono-y and Tuesday with Rev. with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell | Mrs. M. F. Brown spent Tuesday I health for several years and had TREE SURGEONSPETE

; and Mrs R. E MacBlain.FloridaTheatre. in Euotis.:: The Stockwells are former to Friday in Greensboro. N. 'recently been Hospitalized. Her
only child. Mrs- Robert Smith of
residents of Starke and Mrs. w

Stockuell is well known as a portrait : l w dding of her son Dr. Mar- Jacksonville was notified. SAIT, Owner I ..,. .".,._.__--- >. >.i1&}> Itif
:, end landscape artist. I II j I I
Car Wash Saturday at Tennis i!!l Tyler on Thursday. Feb. 5. It I|'.i she was the daughter of the i P. 0. Box 771 Phone EA 5-1887 Palatka, Fla. /: i

Court IOth Grade. i iI j I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were''late William and Belle Rowe AGENTS pEW

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chitty had i visiting\ : Mr. and Mrs. 0 G. Stray- (i Lang. She was a member of the I ;}I #&/IfPONT i
Lawtey Baptist Church. Phone FH .6-2661 Phone :MA 9 3617
and Mrs.
as Sunday guests Mr. ]horn in Wildwood on Tuesday i)I \ Tf/PIl ks
H H. Chitty of Jacksonville, and j and Wednesday. i I! Surviving, is cne daughter. Mrs. Gainesville Fla. Ocala, Fla. TOP

; Mr. and Mrs. Noah: Legear aand Mr and Mrs. Leslie Adams of!|!I Robert Smith of .Jacksonville: six j ji 'I f Phone 1631 Lake City, Fla.fit /

2E sen. Miss Nanny French of Panama ]Lake City were Saturday ;guests: !!i I;sitters Mrs. Hattie Breser. '- .,_ ... __ '
j I \ 0 = .
1j Starke: Mrs.'; Gennie Bennett. = "'
City. j i of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli.J'J'i
.r I i I Lawtey: Mrs. Ellen; Groves.' '
IAfi. I 1 r; Mrs. R. J. Andrews and chil-i: Mrs. Leah Bauknteht of Jacksonville ; THE flAMINGO KM ( -1716-(
- dren of Wesconnet were Saturday ,; was visiting Miss Kate j.;!'BaldwIn; Mrs. Carrie Taylor. Mrs. I New contour ttylmg.17 over.
R. O- jLucy I Nettles. and Mrs. Annie Met fill d ag. 149 sq. in. rectangular
} f visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Struth over the weekend. j
I 'Cullars, all of Jacksonville. i picture: off a. Finished' in
\ >tF Dansby. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell andi't [ Metallic West Point Gray and
b' Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour and ;Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell :of j, Funeral services were held at :i fabric of White Silver color.!
I*I(the Graveside in Long Branch ,
Mrs. Sarah Lawson attended the ;Brooktr: were Sunday visitors' of

Hair Fashion Educational Show ;Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. I j,;]Cemetery at 2 p. m. Wednesday Only S1S9.95!) !)

- --. LATE SHOW! at the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville i Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Snow are'with I PPV. Earl Moses of Lawtey i I

: FRIDAY 13: Sunday which featured moving i : back to their home in Or- 'officiating. Burial was in the .
E church I(I cemetery under the direction n
Rcbert Fiance renowned hair -
lando this week.
.c: 11 :::10 ".:\1.
stylist. I I Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard and i, of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral We are pleased to announce that we have :
.I'll. Adm: Regular I Prices Home.
; Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr. re- Louse; guests, Mr. and Mrs. CONTOUR S1TUN61 I

h turned Sunday from three weeks iles Fountain of Florence, char-I.. purchased the Snow Chevrolet Company i I Dramatic new I
sr, Zenith Contour
visit with Maj. and Mrs. R. G. i
: ;: !
Spartan-burg.: wish to. express our sincere and are now the franchised Chevrolet I StylIng talei portable TV
BLOOD BEAST Kidd Jr and family in San Ber- | I; ,
I thanks to each of our friends whoI out of the "square box" daw.
r.ardino. Calif.Hallmark I Foster Memorial last Thursday j I ministered; so kindly to us during dealer for Starke and area. We intend to :I This new Zenith has a finished'
Ay With :Michael Emmet Valentines at Bulling-! ,, Mrs.; Kitty Andrews is visitinghtr the illness rarjd death of our loved.. bock in the tame color as rh.
and Angela (;recn I ton's. When you care to send the daughter and family in Chicago I bring top quality service to the people of sides of the set. I

C Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Dees of Ill. !:token Zciith Qvalitr Mews
; your sympathy is deeply appreciated -
O this trade and will NO PRODUCTION SHORtCUTS
Mr. and Mrs.Ned. Yancey andfamily ; area appreciate your
Live Oak, Mrs. Billy Clark of especially the many Zenith's Horizontal .
4T i new Super
Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. i were visiting friends in h autiful flowers.
I I The clouds ot patronage. We invite you to stop in and i "Service-Saver" Horizontal
Bolenbach of Richmond, .Va. were Jacksonville on Sunday. I sorrow are in our aching hearts Chasm is handcrafted for long

''Sunda/ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Ryan of Kingsley but the memory of your kind get acquainted.Watch : dependable performance.
i: Lake: is confined to her bed with ciE'edsill r
L. D. Green": brighten the lonely I days Zenith Oiolity Meant

Mr and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and I Id I I.illness. I for us. May God richly bless each lESS SHVJCI HEADACHESNo

THEATRE lughters spent Sunday in Folk- i!. Mrs. J. E. Wall. Jr. spent the .,: cf you, even as you have .bl(, sf'd printed circuits which require
I ITiies. I weekend with her parents. Mr. ; t'-s with your comforting: thought. costly repairs, in Zesith's *
STARKE I ston. Ga. with her- parents, Mr. Announcement
For of Our
.. and M"s. L. G. Hoffman at Boca fulness. Gratefully yours, tvandcrafled "Service-
and Mrs. A. G. Gowen. I I Saver' Horizontal Chassis!
Grande. Leonard
Prevail and
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining were I
Sat., Feb. 11- Only .. Wed. Feb. 17, 18 Mis Barbara Colley and Miss family. Formal in the future .
in Atlanta last week as guests of i I i Opening near \
to .i tliu AlUE
t Mitzi Taggart spent Saturday I All THESE -
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Yancey while
See the Ghastly Ghouls ,Thursday: in New Orleans attending i i CARD OF THANKS \: ZENITH IWavtmagaet'
: Gus in the veter- .
visiting Vining .llile
FL-.r_ ... in FLAMING COLOR! ans' Hospital there. ,'' the Mardi Gras. I We wish to Dial lightweight oiten lamimm a Sp cib->>
l express our sincerethanks
I I Car Wash Saturday at Tennis CATE-HENDRY CHEVROLET CO.INC. su.i notsel.
Mrs. Cula Coran underwent I Court 10th Grade. ,; to each of our friends who 'I inttSanshiM-Picture Tib
th '
minor in Bradford County ministered so kindly to
surgery us during
I Mrs. J F Rogers cf Jacksonville: I
the illness and death of our loved .
Hospital on Monday.
i:_ spending this week with her ]
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were i one. Perry D. Starling. Each r HflNKLERElectric
daughter. Mrs. Merritt Williams STAR KE FLORIDA
i token of your sympathy is ,
in Fernandina Beach last Thurs- and family. deeply I II

day visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. G.;; :I appreciated, especially the floral Bernard I.. Cale Robert S. Hendry
1 Thompson and Mrs. J. R. Hardee, pieces. May the Lord bless ,each Service
Sr. I of you as you have (blessed us I I
224 N.
II with Temple Ave.
I Mrs A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. your comforting thoughtlul-
I John Wilkes spent the weekend .
.ovp I --- ---- --
.rN.W M
Awl C.tunrn .. in Jacksonville where they

., attended the funeral of a brother-
a..rr+wsm e b
in-law. L. L. Roanc on Monday !

AX TI) afternoon. j I'' tSTUMP'S I
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr.l
Bradford County Hospital announces -
Tr spent last week in Miami with %
the following births! :
1 friends and also attended the
1fi1NT.oowN Mr. and Mrs. Alva Rudolph
Tampa Fair. ,
Sspp of Starke. a daughter. Susan
Mrs. Aaron Taylor is stayingwith
t Carol. Feb. 6.
her sister. Mrs. Pearl Hall,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Craw- {
4' THE in Brighton, Ala. for several'
I ford jf Lawtey a son, Thomas

_- WORlO weeks. Robert Crawford, Jr., Feb. 8.
and Mrs. Ben Rowland were
\ I. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lewis ,
.. i WIDE visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Mc- DAYS
I Hilliard of Lawtey. a son. Glenn
Daniel in Tallahassee over the I .
"" CRIME weekend.Car Larry. Feb. 9. I :
w Mr. r.nd Mrs. Samuel Martin of
MONSTER at Tennis
Wash Saturday '
.-r :\ RING! Starke. :a son Feb. 10.
Court [10th Grade i i I -

AND Mr. and Mrs. R. Walker of We- !It I I FRI., .SAT. FEB. 13, 14
haken. N. J. arrived last Friday i'it3 I

VICTOR ANITA TREVOR t : visit Mr. and Mrs. David Paton.

MATURE. EKBERS HOWARD Mrs. Walker is a sister of Mrs. WILLIAMSJEWELRY. -

er Faton.i I : has all out to make the |
pickup alley I i Rev. and Mrs. J. H Mabry. Jr. Stump's gone U ASKED FOR IT

( I and family plan to move into the

I wuiunc KOWCTioa'a cauw PutCINEMASCOpE \ Adkins' house on N. Walnut WATCHES; DIAMONDSREPAIRS Dollar Worth Dollar ,again.in this greatHERE IT IS AGAIN!

1 I street the first of next week. The

: : Louse was formerly occupied by I II )I : City-Wide; Dollar,Days! ,J,ust.look what STUMP'S Real Deal

''Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts who All Work Guaranteed

Plus "Jerry and Jumbo" Car ale'moving to Lake Butler. I i ; your Dollar will Buy ON SHEETS
A. C. 'Williams
toon. 1 Mrs. W. B. Thompson, Jr and i

children, Mrs. Leo Champion and :) 142 W. Call St. )
A. ,
PREHISTORIC Kay. and Buddy Garbett attended i Starke, Fla. I .
Sun. Mon. Feb. 15 16 I .7f
the Tampa Fair last Thursday.'
I LOVERS Mrs. Nancy Gunter of Miami is Formerly Roberts Jewelry f Cannon TOWELS sire 20 x 30, 39c Value 1 ,

v. YOU HAVEllEVEfi \.S AGAINST J spending this week with her sis-I o $$1 '.. -'. /y

SEEN MORE: ter. Mis. Peggy: Shaller. while en- ,itLimit 4 to customer) 4 for ..w. .;'w' w w : ''>= -
PRIMITIVE route to Holyoke. Mass. to make I I Lt! \, '71
RE her home with her son-in-law and' PARK 1 'r'

i ... BEASTS! daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ,
; EMENt'a rlE: 'FL-: '
i cClt PECtAC Heinicke. j .
} 1 STARKE .
Wilbur Wenthng of Palmyra Cannon $ PEPPERELLSHEETS
r.Ir I j', t WASH CLOTHS $1
r Pa. was: visiting his sister. Mrs. F. -

\\ Graudon. and family last AVed-, \ Fri.. Sat.. F.eb. 13, J14 '
r J r-
10 for .
1 -
nesday to Sunday. The Hong Kong Affair S E E S
entertained six
r Mrs J. E. Hardy Jack Kelly and :MayVynn .
at lung heon last Thursday honoring I!
ia' 1 Mis. John Deas of Lake City.
Guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. The True Story of assorted colors 81 x 99
.r 1
Quigley during the past week in- JESSE JAMESRobert j $

ll" Cartoon. 'eluded Mr. and Mrs. Carol Pettit ', -
Wagner Jeffrey Hunter '
and daughter. Carolyn, of Hen- 'yards; for !- w w -
k$ Plus Serial Chapter No. 6 and il
Airman 3-c
dersonville. N. C. and
I rull ? I William C. Brown of Lipcoln. Cartoon for Kids. i

'Thurs. Fri. Feb. 19. 20 1 I M br., Rev. Walter Zvoda of if

? B Eustis. Rev. and Mrs. Paul TravisIof I SUN MON, TUES. f Assorted Wash'N' Wear $

Or'indo. and Mr. and Mrs.i.1 1 Feb. 1516, 17 IN.TS,

r JAMES Finer L. Johns and son of Apollo
ti M9veritk' Beach. 'i'I Man of the West 3 yards.for i

Hill of 341 W. Call
Mrs. T. C
'St. has just received word of the ANDLET'S
death of her brother. Ernest M. ROCK

EDMONO Henry. near Santa Ana. Calif !, With JULIUS LaKOS.V I Boys' Long Sleeve 6. 18 $

: gBI.FiiRROIRYNh last Sunday morning. :Mr. Henrywas Plus Cartoon for the Children SHIRTS| | sz. $1 _
72 years old and burial was

In California. Wed.. Thur. Feb. 18, 19 Values to 1.98 SP .C!AL-at LIMIT: 2 Per Customer
E '1 U ll E1 T 1E E GRECO a Members of the Starke Rotary Girls the Loose 1

Club planning to attend the District on
Conference in Tallahassee. Mara Corday ,Lita Milan Barbara

-ORSON ., Sunday through Monday are Bostockr :Mark Richman .

CxaE..4* :a e c;;'V* 0,DE LuxE ". Piesidcnt A. L. Crosby Jr.. George ; AND DEPARTMENT

IHI aorocw r y....;M>.. r '- 1.'t .f. Kopelousos, George Huggins, Live Fast Die Young STUfit. [ P'S
Sheriff P. D. Reddish. H. H. Rabb ,

Plus "Daw- (a\\n"; Cartoon Plus "Awful Oiphan"earf'oor i 'Jr Jack Trawick. Clyde Terwii- :Mary :Murphy Plus, Cartoon Norma EberhardiI )J J.- ___ STOfif

t = ====- -- =- -- -- =:" kgar _and Joe_ Gray I !': ::lit .


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Food Leads Field In Family Expense; T i .. Azalea Spot Rev.First 7.Baptist R. Smith..Church pastor of Keystone of the from its-. ,SiMrrnth;,i Oak rfrttion Strwt Street with on running I I c. T. u. _

:4 ... :'- -- '. Can Be Controlled Height as guest speaker. He gave erly riltht.rway I
I talk soul-wmning. tH'ardir Line : SAID: -OCCUPY TILL
an inspiring; on
Dollar Gai 1es\ille. Fla. -- Be prepared'to Mrs. Smith accompanied her hus- All Karl.int..rE'"tffi parties! ** WHAT no"OU i.
Takes 30 Cents Of Each
Spent i prevent azalea blossoms.flower spot from Dr. band as a guest of the circle at alx and>ve W-'speoififd.Patrd Hard at. the! "I..rk'v.I STEWARDSHIP BE HIS OPIN IF

ravaging your says this meeting. this Ff't. > :;! I '
H. N. Miller plant pathologistwith tS) T. ... TO COME TODAY.
Just how the average Bradford volume in the previousear was 't. 'OT)('. Chairman, I (X.TJOX.L01CE)
the Florida Agricultural Experiment ,
County resident adjusted nisi I I 2987000. | ='..ti. is h 'rl v Bi\en that on \tl I''I : '
Staticns. ; TU"-4lav. Ihirul: Jjy or M*r Carl John, Pity (
spendins during the recession i Sales of automotive equipmentand 1'j If the fungus hits it can wilt a i I' isis.! at T.i III 0 p.: m.. the City
cutting cwn; in seme directionsand supplies including trailers <-. un.-il: will hold, a public hearing
expanding in others, is revealed i and boats but net industrial vehicles ragnificent display of azalea: in thf ('011 n..il Chambt-r at City
:' soms in 24 hours and dry them up : halt S!ark-. Florida upon a prtiiinn !- Sell It Rent It Trade
in> the current Consumer I amounted to 2445000. r.uiiflg that said Councilrlojw
in a few days. The disease: first .
Markets Data study. enual to 23 cents of the dollar I :tn.1 l abandon ihoMi' >rtion!'
t'w\ w shows up as watet-soaked spotson of three iinusrtl platted streets
AU :n aft. it is seen once he became This compares with $2.549,000 a hereinafter described and renounce
the flowers
the petals. turning
convinced that his income year eariier. |I: and ilisrlaini any right of the City TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
into a slims mush. of Sta"ke and the public in and to WITH A
was. not seriously endangered he Genial 1 merchandise stores including It'.1T I I .
; Dr. Miller says flower spot can the !an 1 I lyinp within said portions
again demonstrated his voracious department variety and 4)' s-aid streets: said portion* of
I be ccnirolled by spraying when I
appetite for consumer gcods. As a ''I general stores, accounted for -F; the early azaleas start bloomingand said follows platted: street!' being described :o WORDS OR I..: .. (lap lB.erllon (MIaIa Chirir) _. -- on _

result, most local businesses stood $219,000.Or 2 cents as against .. repeating the spray three times ao In Knight's Subdivision according EACH ADDITIONAL WORD O\ERO: -- .- n____ 4* Tr W.f4
up well. They went through the $215,000 previously. % W1L'i to platt thereof recorded in 30% imrorT o\ RF.PEVT INSERTION! !SMB AD

recession without too much suf Shcps selling clothing and a week throughout the flow- Plat FNmk %. Page %1. puhlicr..r.Io Kf ADDITIONAL FO t BI.ID ADS!! OR AD!! SOT PAID TN ADVANCE.!
Bradford County.
ering season. He recommends using j

fering. other apparel grossed $604,000 f ? a spray mixture of I12 table- Florida: OI"PI.\Y __u_ --- -- 11.:5 Per !.... FIat U.ert1_
Exceptions were the heavy amounting to below 6 cents. The "' 1. .urDt'f'nth Street running CLASSIFIED MF. AD RF.PE.tTKH OK OR MORE TIM F.I
I 65 zineb tninl..rllf'.tinn INCH FOR
of theVft
I. ,1. tpoons: percent per from Oak Street on S1.00 PER
goods industries which dependon figure was $569,000 the year be-
cf its with the \\>sterly -
selling their higher-priced pro-I gallon water. i rightofar line of Seaboard CARDS!! OF THA>K U> T. M W.r'a) --- ----- aa

ducts en installment credit. The fore.Home furnishings stores took in : r i f-, ;*' .A \ Air line Kailroad on IPICEIFt. O'F.RO 'ORn"" -------4 ("..at. P.. WavdEMoHIrI1.

average consumer normally acautious I j I $727,000. or 7 cents compared I ,;f: .-i Ethel Biggs CircleThe 2. Fifteenth. Street running ; ," AND RF.SOl.lTIO': -.--___ _____ C.af P. w..

individual cut down I with 759.000 before. 1 from Oak Street on the West to .. -
14 Ar.yr' I the \\ eMrly KTperienred itrs
Ethel Griffin Circle intersection with W.\='T"O -
drastically on such purchases refusing -i I Mere recently retail business ; .P" i f..... ; Biggs I .- right-of-wav line nt SeaM Apply' P. & O Hevtaurant Phon \\0 .'1 KM-HKIl Jfn'uI

to add to his debt load. I has been gaining in strength a -. ".. ... '<... :. of the First! Baptist Church met | >ard Air Line Kailnwd on the I 4-411 1>rt1g I I mile af ..tarkp. .. paed hi<"".'".

The ietail spending picture. for [ reflection of rising employment :",*.1 : ..... Tuesday night at the church with EastALVAREZ' I :*i arre .f !.. ,' ..I. .". Price ......... ....
the fiscal year ending July 1. ''and of glowing consumer confi- '. TYPEWRITER AND r. as. "M.11 *

1958. is revealed in the annual dpnce. There is less fitting: about '.'' '..'' _. ", '""'" IIII STORE Jlen's Clothing fl1 11111 ADDING MACHINE 'eplapat and easy ..ra.

II ..
study made by the Standard Rate I the future. As a result. purse ,..._ a .:'" ) Established 1894ocnrf BARGAINS FOR REST -

and Data Service i strings are being loosened and 1I 1I 1I [ ..
1 TRAVELRITERHepomnenned Large frame 4 rltinf mt 3-1: ..uu.ItaI..t .
It shows that business done by I some of the money that was put Bernard Cate Robert Hendry I REMINGTON "U !. Mlarke.A. .

the various types of food storesin j into savings during the recession ( .:2.: ..3 -Selling I.Ike far>e?ORec. II-' "

Bradford County. selling food ; is now being brought out. What J. THOMAS REALTOR

for off-premises consumption to- will be the direction of this spending -' Chevrolet Dealership Changes Hands wrs: by Jack I In:n,i:m: SlITUCOROS.ELECTRIC :u. T......, I%.. T..L0 4-SItl:

tailed $S3.219JOGO in the year. or I in 1959? That is industry'si : Dirty Laundry Tagging Along PORTABLE .
<<< DUeauM
question. HUE. 21S.6.T 10 :i
3C cents of the retail dollar. The i t'r' '? -;- i
I .i. ;kt A'TTHIG'RO'%G AT TOl'R
-- Bernard: L. [Bernie) Gate left! 1 ii.:; a native of St. Petersbuig and I ..it"-"or... 6,.. Aa41nll! : I noa"fr
World i VOU MAKE YOU CLEAV' ,PUTAV.AY Machine. ..friee demo..tr. .r) I I.ef Ia FU It.
Prayer Day BHS Cagers PlayIn and Rjbcit S. I IBobl I Hendry, both U a trained General Motors me- IHE EVIL OF voue COIN S Hr*. .::'GO.III.r! ; for 1'1:.a4 : n.imfi M RF.MOUF.LIVO

To Observed formerly of St. Petersburg. are chanic. He has been in the service -i I'R BFCE M.E EYE.CE ,' P%I>TIN ; \\'lnlG'D
the new franchisee Chevrolet i statton business in St. Peters- } -ro DO EVIL, LEA2M TD DO WELL L t, .' BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH I 'Ppt.ttxci: Rt PA"I!
-5AITH THE ICED' .. i 1/617 'r ".tlar....... G>araBtee4.
Friday Morning ( TournamentContinued dealers in Starke. I burg lor several years. -married j : ________ P'.." (.rae B.II_.... LK 3-2302
The two :young"men.. with an !and has four school age children. i l ( I Itch?
Christians the world over will !
I automotive background of many Mr. Hendry has been in the' : KEROSENESMOKELESS :
unTte in prayer on Friday. Feo. ( from Page 1)) i :Xo\V: The ultimate in
standing, purcHased the !' I II Ii prenige 500
years ;:1: 1I tc mobile parts business for the Exnp.-\\'fD:
13. The local observance :; -: Snow Chevrolet Co. from G. E. : ODORLESS : business rardv JUS5price
i 13 includes plate). Never before,
reboun-l. I past years. A native of. Cleveland -
sozed by the Starke Council ot \\. with the change in franchise Gal nscravinif at this low price
Church Women, will be held at 10\\ Rivers was high point man fort effective last Saturday. i Ohio he also comes to 6't: 15.9 Bradford County Telegraph ttFFiEE.DOUhIP

a.m. in St. Mark's Episcopal''I e 'loinadoes with 26. while Kno-vn as Cate-Hendry Chev- Starke from St. Petersburg, is I ; AT YOUR IMPERIAL

Church. A moment of silent Kcbbs had 15. Lynch scored 25. ':married p- cylinder hook I
prayer rolet Co., Inc., the new agency and has two children 1 1I up
will ;foe observed at Yi noor and Carrell! 19 for Kenney. SERVICE STATION I for cost of gas O='LY. 5lade Gas Co.
will also have the for
i dealership i Both men plan to move their tfcbg.FOR .
and the schbols will also partlcl- I Against Fernandma Tuesday Oldsmobiie in Starke. frmilies to Stark after the close: I Hiway 301 North Starke I'I'I _
pate. in the observance. j right, the Tornadoes were coldin 1 ( SALE-Good Bermuda and
Mr. Cate. president of the firm. (lof the present school term. I I \ I
The World Day of 1'rayer ooiccfive -1! the first half and the visitors j I I '. Bahia Grass Hay-V. H. t'erguson,

is to 'unite all Chiistians jumped into a 15-10 first period | March 01 Dimes 5th Graders TourSetzer's I : z'o ir.u--'$ I I.a wt..). 4tp :3-12

in a.bond of prayer around the Ii lead and increased it to 19-101 I I FISH SHRIMP I INCOMK T'XPHONK !tiF.R\'ICt:

world as a witness to their belief before the Tornadoes got warmed Store -
Ball I //i// I Uni.HBS 521 V.'. Pratt St.
that prayer JISs the power to up. WIth 2:22: on the clock before I I : OYSTERS i rail after 5 .. m. Mnaday-FrMay.
bring the hearts of men into con-" 1.alftime. the Tornadoes went a- !I Members of Mrs. W. B. Sewell's til day. valardl)..

formity with God's will. head to stay and increased their I Be SellOutIndications 5th Grade class enjoyed an inspection I I // I Fish Dressed If Desired ('. i:. IlBcb*.B

History of the observance dates" !lead with a good second half. Jim tour of Setzer's SuperMarket / LI Prevail Fish Market Htg.. I.'

back to 1887 when -PresSytenan! Hobbs shot 20 points for high are that the March of Tuesday afternoon. I i/', I 617 E. Brownlee St. F.r !sale' na BraBtlfvl Klacslry I..k.

women in the U. S. had a day ot i stcnns honors but Rivers was I I / Oar .f two home..
Dimes Ball at the Camp Binding The store manager, Clyde Ph. WO 9-1091 Ply Kedroom yrmr round home or
prayer set aside for home misSions close behind with 18. and Futch NCO Club next Monday night I E'I II I lw, bedroom ...Jr.lo.... F.ajoj: K..4
.. had 16. Frank Barnhart shot 19 LaMee: conducted the group on i I rinfclaa. boating. water upon. Tall
will sell-out. Music will be
be a WE fortarrn..rs. "r see T. H. !Made.
I HAVE loan
Heag 2.1.
a new program
a tour
points for the losers and West through the produce de-
provided by Woody Herman, one 'I Loans ot I to 5 year
Lacked: him up with 16. partraf: .meat cooler, freezer I for the entire credit require FTREBRKD WALKER) HOL.M
of the best known
InvitedTo among
J ments of the farmer and his family. I'uppie $:25. Wormed healthy 1Zi
Tuesday night the Bradford 'jazz musicians and his orcnestra. i: cutting: and packaging departments Gainesville Production Credit :.'..k" old P K. Mordan or II H.

Band Concert guls swung back into action after The ticket sale committee advises as well as other 'phases 'of Association CO i orth Wain.Cainesvllle 'Cilligan.. Phone Al'" Truck stop.. HignSprtnas.
I Fla. tret fiR -141. If"hg
u weeks rest and earned a 33-26 thai due to limited space," the .\Uocal Setzer operation. '
The Bradford High School Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church .
vctory: ocr Kttterhnus from St. in Uw NCO Club reservationswill After the tour, Mr. LaMee served RADIOS REPAIRED RKWAnilvn
Band, will present its annual Win- Augustine. Susan Slade had a i III : 900 block west madisonIT'S All Make AU M.delaIeaaeaable InCorlni&ti.1Q return of White
have to be closed at 400. refreshments of Cokes and I Charge* guarasteadIIEPIlIItI'S and Liver Bird hog lost Sunday.
ter Concert in the elementary I
good night by shooting 20 These desiiing reservations are cookies to_the group. !' RADIO TV Jan.. IS in vicinity of Uurtc Klline-
school 'cafetorium on Thursday.Feb. and the win was the wints'l II !..... Urer*. OnmrrZZ Ions'. COntact urke' Ellington
to Mrs.
21. No admission will be I phone __t W. fall M. Phoae WOlflMIMarke. I'hone WO 4-/i11I} or WO 9-1081.
five --- ------_
the girls against at LE 3-9351 at once. Fla.HEXUIXE 4 tchg %-n
charged but a free will offeringwill I ttrlinus girls shot 18 free throws I All members of the committeeare S
be taken at the end cf the EXORAVED Wedding Invitations -
tut could bucket four field FOR
I only turning their tickets in today with double envelopes 100 HtXT-J bedroom furnished
program. Everyone is invited to goals against Bradford's guards. to the Chamber of Commerce for {21 95.; Bradford Coiir'r Tele-! hon"-a 514 X_ Church St. Zip i II
attend and help support the BHS era ph tf
Next week the varsity boys and office on Temple Ave., where sales, FOR TRADE-17 acres of land *n
Band. the B team play in Macclenny will continue to be made until all FOR RENT-Furnished first floor g"od load twelve acres of this f j"
I apartments. Close! in desirable 10- br.ttom gas. electric. telephone.
while the gills po to Ocala for a reservations are taken. : .aUon. All v>nv..nleneea.v.. H. Rood water. Ten miles to Spencerin

NOTICEPlease rtturn game.Sistrunks'. The dance starts at 8:30 and UNLAWFUL Nollman. ::s W. Madson St. ttchg Rome 'ounty. For house and lot
or acerige in or near Starke In
I clcses at 12:30: a. m.. by which FOR SALB-Florence Oil Heater the oil belt Write to Joe Fields.

be advised that Jack-! Robbed time all persons must leave the .. Also,11.11114)Rurnham ITIT. Radiator Excellent style condition.Klec- Harmony. Wept Va. Itchg 2-i)

&' Bishop ceased to Camp Blanding reservation. Heater.
son operate tric like new Phone WOWANTKD

a New & Used Car business -Of i Small Cash FundSistrunk's Profits from the dance will go i i-it:; lt.-Sg TWO COTTAfSES to rent at Heitbronn -

effective Nov. 15, 1958 to the National Foundation. Springs: Three Rooms and
and we will not be responsiblefor I Feed Store on KastCaH I rl.tlIIE tin IIltlll"l'I.' iroTe. Arreace.llaarlieii ha th. furnished. Mmlern kitchen

any debts made in above St. was robbed of 510 in pen- Jerome Johns For Any Person or Persons to Engage in *md RIIITYJOU11 Small Fajaa.THOIT e Quigley.RAWLEIGII.iuipment-) Reasonable rent J T

name. nies Monday mgnt. Nothing else I : Hr.N. R.p.
I Elected New Head P. O. Bo* 34(7. Clarke. Fla.PhoBe SLEMA'i W.TF.IJ
taken ana no oreax-ln was
was 110 M-2K.H

JACKSON W. T. Jackson.& BISHOPBy (i made.partially The open back Tuesday door was morning found t! Of Oilmen Group Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless %.1% 4tCtiB opportunity in X See Alachua Frank BUSINESS Co.W Excellent Mass NOWOFKX *

2-5 4tchg 2-26 r O. UIJX 74, Anthony. FI:.. at once
when the theft was discovered. Jerome Johns of the JeromeJo volt SM.n 2 oven. 4 burner ran!:". or write Rawlelgh's Dept FAFJ
Oil Co. was elected chaIr- white electrir Very Rood condition. %';11-111'. Memphis. Tenn. 2tp2iCITRI'S. %
ns JiO:; c. I.. Tolford, 4154:; Key-
man of the Bradford-Union Coun- oj. The Nam Is Registered !'tt.n.. Height I-'Ia. ItchK bearing nixes container

ty Petroleum Council at a meet-I i. erown. Also Plum Carner Apple
FOR SALE bedroom frame
ing held Feb. 10 in the Garden, : h..upor"h partly enclosed and Pear. Hood and PaJ"win, Fitr.Orapevlnes. .

YOU CAN'T BUY Restaurant. T. C. Han ot"5in-, minroom Rig yard partly fenced !Sliade: Persimmons Tree. Camellias etc ,ETCrgreens. ..
.v r
Trpw F n' 1dish. :371 ='. Cherry $t.
clair Refining Co. was name vice PIon.0 4.f)1LAKE 2tchr fAit rarieties. Azaleas fine plants
chairman and A. 1':. Howard ot Read This Florida full ,.f bud and bloom. See r ninlants '
Law for quality. We are locald
elected GENEVA
Orange State was secre- 1' miles east of Keystone Heigh;
tary. TRAILER PARK ,.n Hiw. r 100/ Thousands of plants

BETTER TIRE Principal speaker at the meeting "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined fcenia, to Large Lots High Dry and 1-425 O! :C Florahome.Carnes Xursery.Fla. Phone MI tfXO
was Frank H. Owen of Jacksonville -
executive secretary ot engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined I 'Beautiful :MONET DOWZ.nith

the Florida Petroleum Council. He without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the $15 MONTH FREE L.UNDRVLarge \ Washing Machines, now at OAFtiR
IBJFJt'4: tf-hg
I discussed i objectives of the organization clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business I. CleanVash Room
RENT J room and baUi
i! outlook and for the Florida highway during financial the ,I Is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid af- DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT rtirnisned house' i miles NV un.'
TO SAVE YOUR LIFE 1000wt.y .n Rosier Rd J..nu-s It.'icr. .
next three years. fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of 13 Mi. SE of Stark- on SR 100 ftp

W. H. Griffin of Texas Oil Co.. an thoie interested in the business Phone Keystone lit*. 4320 .
enterprise, the extent of the interest .FOR RENT-Fvrnishrd new wotrdntotn
Jacksonville, represented the executive -
Cities Service all-nylon' cord committee of the Honda I of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried I FOR SALIC Sundry btifinin! .d. modern house.all Attractively electric kits decora t.cn
i .. .
,.. WaM Fid Kf-asonaMr d wn
> pay .
Jlilemaster tires are the safe Council at the meeting. on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring ment. l>alan<.e monthly Ijraon il .drain. Knotty pine cabinets Adills .
Mrs. E. P.
Renner. 633 \1.Mahone
est longest wearing tires in to engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or Mrs building Vivian avaiUMr.Knighi.I1i..n.-Waldo.IKl k-2411.VIa.Ztelig St f.r call WO t-;'7
history. Tract SoldSale _ _ I'hg
Large their intention to : t.nIf. ,
Tube or tubeless. new Mile- register said fictitious name at least once a week for four -
_r master tires are pound for of a large tract of land i ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county \HI.BY-H.\>SOX-195:;* Modelmutor'ycle nith"n acresre SALE-a near bedroom Keystone lake. Front horn

: fed condition -
Ie 11750*;
pound stronger than steel near Brooker by L. I). Vming to I where said > 'e" on Hiwav 100. Will ar.ent'tark.
registration .
be made, and said registration shall LOt be 12:4 SV Is: 1. tjaintevittf.Fla .
(' jet they're priced amazinrb'low a Coral Gables man was recorded ItT nrop rtr in trade. Phone WO
accepted by the clerk of the '.%_t t. 71. (;. rVlllnger 42* X Wai.
I for such quality! at the courthouse recently tor I circuit court except upon receiving proof of -,.. '.. It"
I FOR nfXTr..om unfurnishedhouiv.
$20.000: ) (according to .tax stamps such publication. :2 l.dr'Jfm.pply R. F.lImore't. .
I' I .. 2-IS "(,I-SF: FOR S4I.E:-Corner lotftnate4
alfixed to the deed] ?" I'ark I'lace 2tp '
I :2!( V. Myrtle. St in Pine."Vei -
The transaction is listed as tol- S"hrf I vision. Contact .
\ FOR SAW:::-Camp trailer. Alumi- Mr* W
|: lows: num top. new body Fair rubb T. '"* Henderson-' f)
L \ j: L. D. Vining and Charlie Lou xMl hitch First S6 i takes"! 1(. :';4 .'....-.. Airencr. WO 4-4501 or .WO III
,I. X Cherry St. Itp) "i.nR -
} i Vming to Sidney Hodor and Nina

_ i.'I I i I Hodor; 1,320 acres in sections 21. If in business under WAITRESS-for Dining-Room daytime <;,. *%I.P-Air conditioner-T'sed

,. 1L'p ; 22. 26, 27 28; all in Township <; you are engaged any name Apply Tuck'.. Drive In CafItchr. ._#"Ipp''nth. f'"'C>e inir." 'Tno"''rer-.''as. mo f -t sac-.

i Range 20 East; $20,00o.FOREST ......- ... .. .qq"V C"h" _..aD..v... .....

.MILEAGE UP TO is 25 still% MORE another S i| FIRES other than and have had this remaining FOR' lot! tLRThe of |I.') 'r-n "' ,1". ,'.1"..-... F". 51.Pin.* illep '..
great advantage of these incomparable your own name doors ceIling for 5<)(". Also reducedprices ,-1 ,. wr"rheo 1' "s4C
I on large size windows, n: ed II- ".W h. bnnap
tires-it's like |i Three woods fires dunng the lath tnbs. romodes., lavatories. talleu. >- .. I" "..i,.... See .t "'arr..n'I/

- getting one tire free with past week burned 2S! acres ot ('halT!'. ont!';ide benches. alt 'r''-- l'n

very three you buy. I Bradford County forest land. properly advertised and registered we will be can room be for bought other at material.big savinR. Need I'O. .t y._c._ .... ..1" h- ,
.. ,
BIG TRADE ALLOW look wheth J u' C.
I Since Jan. 1 eight fires have burned Come in and around ,. "r --II
ANCE. TOO! Stop in. a total of 45 acres. At this eyou need anything or not. Nooblira'lon 1 Trl'A. '" "" ".

trade in your present tires time last there had been a W T .Jackson in rear
year glad to all Information of Big Dad phon WO
and drive off with a wonderful of 52 with give you necessary as to Factory.
new set of Milemastersl burnea.otal fires 3SS.S! acres 4-4041 and a. k for )Ir. f Thames rhr 1'"..... ",.. A nAn''

I t Rainfall recorded during tne FOP. SALE-Din in r Room Suite noon OPPORTTTVITY

'!week was: .96 inch on KeO. 3; .4U what should do.BRADFORD modern. Monde oak. extension tal.le AND ADVANCEMENT

:Ion Feb. 4; .30 on Feb. 1; .30 on you 4 chair. l.nff-t. Original; ("(oCt I'llSsorifice /

SILCOX CITIES SERVICE | Frt 8; and .96 on l'eb. 9. >1r |"'1123, :.tt- Ralph NettlesTrnt 1 tn.. T/ICAL TERRITORY

'S i QnallfViitlffljMarrW.! between

ii i Brownies Notice FOR: S\J.F.-4 rolnme BnrT.loppillarlhn"ira \ff 25-4S n ident of ,.
Sfarke onr.0WII
105'Temp1e Avenue Starke Fla COUNTY TELEGRAPH end Dictionary! f1nn -
i r""iliti Elmer !>>'11'1313! W > drDPDdabie car and hate
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ily were in Lake Butler Satur- Mr. Rsddish's 1
farm. Mr. and Mrs. Carl ..
Taylor in Jacksonville f f
.yy..yy. yRmy Warren of Georgia and Miss weekeu t in Tampa and attendedthe
meetings *
day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as Saturday.The .
LAWTEY Ernest Southerland.Mr. guests during the Linda Johns of Starke. SUte Fair. We are happy to report that
week Mr. and Cedric Rosiers were Sun-
STATE S SRosier FARM Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Everitt Sherman Crosby little Patricia Dickens and Peter
Mrs. Hermie Kelly! i Bumey Mr. and day dinner guests of the Rudolph children spent the weekendin
81 Mrs: Mrs. Vann Burney. and Mr. and family in and children attended a birthday 'Fanchcr are both better, after
J01feT. FutrkAAAAAv spent last Sunday with their
son Tampa as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Burney and family of Mrs. C. Titus and family ofKawthome I I By Sirs. O. >E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAA dinner at the home of Mr and bouts with measles and chicfctn-
) at Mrs C. R. McDoneH. While there
&&&&&A AA&AAAAi Wendell Southern College in Jacksonville, and Will Burnay I I Mrs. Marcus Dekle of Dukes. Sunday pox.
: and were Sunday afternoon -1_
they attended the Florida State
Lakeland. Bill Sapp of Starke. (I honoring Mr. Dekle's and i: Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Edwards of
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Baldwin guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
returned Fair. Mrs. McLendon she has
from Miami Marriage AnnouncementMr. I j Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Cuthbert Lee and family. E.I I I I Shower Given For Mrs. Addison says Mrs. Crosby's mother Mrs. Joe 'Jacksonville spent Sunday with
on Sunday. j jFeir.
never seen so many people at the i
I j Greene of Gainesville.
About 20
: tt Keystone Heights Mrs. 0 E. Crosby and Mrs. Albert his brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
where they had visited Mr. and and Mrs. Leslie Donn an- were Sunday Donald Thomas was given a .
Mrs. Hank Register. They stopped nounce the marriage of their dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. birthday party at the home of .' Stafford! were hostesses Friday guests enjoyed the day. and Mrs. W. E. Eagle.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Crews visit-
by the home of Mr. and Mrs. daughter Vera Brad Norton and Mrs. Selma Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead at night at a shower in honoro The Home Demonstration Club Iar.d i Mrs. Alma Stiller of Palatka
Jeannette, to Albert ed her brother-m-law and sister,
Eunice. Rev. Cuthbert the I Kingsley Lake : Mrs. Richard Addison. a recent Community Club will have .
Roy Reddish in Webster and was on Saturday even- j spent Sunday with Mrs. Owlfords -
Prevatt on Monday Feb. 2. : I. bride, given at the home ofY.IS. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw of La-
guest speaker at both morning ing. There their regular monthly
brought Mrs. Mary Reddish to were about 30 guests ; Crosse, afternoon.Mr. meetings daughter and soninI.lw.Ir. .
her home. The ceremony was performed by i and evening services at First Bap*i present including Mac McKinney Stafford. Wednesday at the Community Hou:e next and Mrs. W. H. Jackson.
Mr.t and Mrs. Doyle Eubanks Judge Brooks at the Courthouse i''list Church. I and son and Miss Linda Stoutenof Appropriate games were played and Mrs. Elbert Nettles I Tuesday at 1 p. m. Miss Dorothy !! Thought for the week-Stop
in Lake Butler. They were accompanied Mrs. Mae Wells spent from Jacksoville.: Mrs. Whitehead with prizes wonr by Mrs. Odom and visited his mother and stepfather Ross will have charge of the pro- each day and consider your bless-
were weekend guests of Mr. and I by Mrs. Dcnn, Mrs. G. F. Thursday to Monday with her;was assisted in serving by Mrs. Miss Iris Stafford. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs. John D. Riversof g)am. All members and interested iLgs. Be content but strive to
Airs; C. E. Simmons in Tampa. Prevatt and Miss Virginia Prevatt. I sen and daughter-in-law.: Mr. and I D. B, Thomas, Mrs. C. W. Thom- of cake and Cokes were served, to Aubarndale. Sunday. I ladies are invited to attend both righer goals.chances .
They attended the fair while)',As Mr. Prevatt is employed by i Mrs Ernest Wells in Mobile, Ala. as and Miss Diann Thomas.l:2 guests. The hostesses were assisted We rant to welcome Mr. and
there. t
j(r B. E. Reddsh they are living in Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and N Mrs. Susie Prevatt and Mrs. O. : by Miss Iris Stafford and t Mrs. Duxbury new residents who1 I!
Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and fam- the G. F. Prevatt trailer near l daughter had as Saturday guests J Phillips entered Bradford Miss Mary Pearce. Mrs. Addison have moved their trailer home I
-- Mrs. A. J. Davis her daughter and. County Hospital this weekend.We received many lovely gifts. I here. Mr. Duxbury Is the Industry'jaccountant. j area
son and a friend of St.> Peters- pray that they will both be PersonalsMr. |
I burg. On Monday Jim Rafuse and better soon. and Mrs. Lyle Buck 3rd of'I I J. W. Hardin taught the Bap-| plane won'hit /
son of Jacksonville visited them. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice visit- Jacksonville spent the weekend .:list; Training Union manuel study
ATTENTION VETERANS! Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Kirkland ed Jim Godwin in Maxville, Tues- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. :'I'ccurse at his home last week. Mr. your home..
and family were in Daytona this day evening H. M Richarde. 'I Hardin reports that 10 people "
But if
one does ... or if fire,
weekend for a visit with Mr. and I Rev. Edgar Wilkinson and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Edwards i j partic'pated i and they enjoyed being windstorm
Mrs. Will Lemmox. Mrs. Lemmox of Lake .s a \ hail, thieves,
j jily I City attended services together.
I daughter, Linda were '
MONEY came home with them and will| : the First I' smoke, explosion, vandals, a
AVAILABLE I ia Baptist Church on guests of his parents. Mr. and j I We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Ver- 'I
remain with them until Wednes' Sunday and were dinner guests Mrs. Tom Edwards of Brooker I.non Underhill and family to the liability suit or any one of a long list of other hazard happens

day.Mr. of Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Friday. Farm. We hope they will enjoy j I, to be the culprit. our 1-Policy Horn,Protectjoa
and Mrs. G. V. McCarthy+I Elizabeth Terry. ( I Plan"win keep from
you being the loser.
Mr. and Mrs. Merwin L. Ramley:living here.
FOR 10 NEW HOMESIN visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dow- Mr. End Mrs. Donald Ballentine ;
j and Mr. and Mrs. Turk Teniwana I Mr. and Mrs Jack heron and I Just
dy in Satsuma on Sunday. and Mrs. V. D. Dickerson and I one policy ._,.. one premium. Call a* for details
of Green Cove Springs dinner of
were icliildnti Brunswick. Ga.
; spent
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt were family of Jacksonville were Sun-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis the ek'nd.ith her .
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. day guests of Mr. and parents.Mr. "
Mrs. D. G. :
I Marton, Sunday. and Mrs. R. R. Brannen. H.
BRADFORD COUNTY J C. Prevatt and family in Ocala. Wilkerson.Mr. C. WALL AGENCY
I Mrs. Bennett Wilkison and Mrs. and Mrs. George Tyre of Mrs. Florence Warren of Starke Other visitors of the Brannens
I Troy Bennett visited Mrs. Katie Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with her son- were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Taylorcf STARKE, FLA. ,
(Price Not to Exceed Wilkison at the home of Mr. and 'H. B. Hague and family, Sunday. in-law and daughter. Mr. and Jacksonville who spent Sunday
$13,500)) Mrs. Cecil Dobbs in Jacksonville Misses Gwen Tanner and Judy Mrs. Pete Harrell. Other guests:,with tem.Miss Representing the Hartford Fire Zmurrnrc(;u f*cy StI
on Wednesday.: Bennett were Saturday overnight of the Harrells were Sgt. Tim' Judy Harrell spent the I

DIRECT V.A. LOANS Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zackin
cf Jacksonville were Sunday din- Jacksonville. -
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Hodges -
Bennett. !; spent the weekend in Jackson-
ville with Rev. and Mrs. A. W. 1/
Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gainesville -
Hodges, Mr. and ,
was the Friday overnight Mrs. J. E. Johns
For Complete Information guest of her sister. Miss Elizabeth and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hodges. .
Terry. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders hadas '
Sunday guests -Mr. and Mrs. '
Contact BEN Mr. 2nd Mrs. Joseph Starling Johnny Jenkins and family of
and daughter had as Sunday Jacksonville.Mrs. .
guests Mr. and: Mrs. Tannis of .
Marion Marrs and son of
WO 4.85411220 W. Madison Street New Jersey Mrs. Inez Kelly and Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. arVALUES 'au
Mr. and Mrs. James Starling of Glenn: Shuford and Mrs. Hester
Starke. Hicks
on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vanzant and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and children
family and Mrs. Annie Bray visited o! Jacksonville brought her mother -
A. J. THOMAS, JR., Attorney \ Mr. Hosea Vanzant in Yulee Mrs. Walter Wilkison, down
during the weekend.Mr. Saturday for a visit with Mr. and

203 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO5701 and Mrs. Betty Wilkersonand Mrs. Dan Starling and the Arlie
daughter and Mrs. Andrew Dobbs. We hope Mrs. Wilkison
____n__ __ __ _ Wilkerson and daughter, visited will soon be able to come hometo

1 Mr.stay.and Mrs. James Waters and

sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Buford
in Maxville Sun- SHEPHERD'S
I &y.
SPECIAL NOTICEd Mrs. Wiley Smith and family

: Jacksonville. Nathan Starling visited on Mr.Satur-and FEB. 13, 14

ay. Mr. Starling, who has beenin

TO HOME OWNERS : the for University sometime of Florida was carriedby hospital -_ 21 Inch : .fJ

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp, Harold :
and Eugene Starling to a hospital ...

Homesteaders: For you that have been receiving Homestead Ex will in undergo Oakridge surgery.Tenn. wherehe RCA VICTOR :

emption in previous years and have not yet returned the applica- Birth Announcement

tion which was mailed you on January 1st, please sign and re- Mr.the and proud Mrs.parents Robert of Crawfordare a son TABLE MODEL

turn same on or before April 1st, this i is the only way in which Robert Thomas, Jr.. born Sundayat -

you will be entitled to the exemption benefits. Crawford Bradford is the County former Hospital.Miss Mary Mrs.

For the homeowners who are expecting the Homestead benefits Lee Mrs.Snarling.:Virgil Carr and Jerry Pad-

for the first time, are urged to bring your deed by the Tax Asssor's gEtt of Tallahassee brought Mrs. TV X188}
da Padgett on Saturday to spend -z ;
Office. The requirements for new Homesteaders are: some time with her son and

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Your deed must have been recorded on or before Jan- Erlie Padgett. With Trade
Miss Carolyn Norman of Jacksonville -
uary 1st, spent the weekend wither -

You must have been a resident of the State twelve months Norman.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I

previous to January 1 st, of the County six months previous We are sorry to report that one CASH AND CARRY USED

and must have been living on the property as of cf Charley our best Smith basket, son ball of Mr.players.and 17:: RCA VICTOR DOLLAR DAYSPECIAL

January 1st. Mrs. Paul Smith, is suffering 1 17" TV
from a knee injury and had to .
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS According to Sec- see a bone specialist in Jacksonville !
tion 193.11.. Florida Statutes 1941. which provides that Household Goods and Per- on Monday. We pray it is'nta.iythirg PORTABLE TV Fully Reconditioned

sonal Effects be assessed, there is a $1000. Exemption on this property as men- serious. Table Model Radio
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Crawfordand
tioned above, we therefore feel that the fairest and most equitable way to assess family of Jacksonville spent

this is by the scale, listed below: Sunday with the Ray Crawfords.Mrs. .
23.95 48.88
Effie Boatwright, Miss I 118.88 Reg. now lg.88CONSOLE
Merle and D. E. Boatwright were
Valuation Valuation Less Taxable
Sunday guests of Mrs. Edna Man-
of Home of Personal Property Exemption Valuation ning in Glenn St. Marys.Afrs. .
i. Ray Rosier and youngest
0000 to 1900 1000 1000 000.00 daughter visited Mr. and Mrs.

2000 to 2900 1100 1000 100 Jack Mathews in Gainesville on .
3000 to 3900 1150 1000 150 Sunday. -- RCA VICTOR STOCK
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawfordand
4000 to 4900 1200 1000 200 family of Lake Butler visited I .
5000 to 5900 1250 1000 250 Mr. and AIrs J, B. Crawford and Stereo Orthophonic
6000 to 6900 1300 1000 300 family Sunday. CLOCK RADIO CLEARANCE

7000 to 7900 1350 1000 350 HIGH FIDELITY

8000 to 8900 1400 1000 400 HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS-: $29.95 Value
9000 to 9900 1450 1000 450 Patients admitted to Bradford PLASTIC

10000 to 10900 1500 1000 500 County Hospital since Feb. 1 were: RCA VICTOR
Bertha H. Pearce, William J. Zackof
Jacksonville Virginia M. Roarkof $25.88I SEAT COVERS
: Every I
person, Hampton, Augie E. Biddle of 309.95

firm or corporation owning or having control, management or, Lake Geneva, Arcena Lynn Wilsoncf Un- Reg. ((LIMITED SUPPLY)

custody ofincluding Tangible Personal Property of whatsoever character, derhill Keystone, Zonie Heights Bell Raley Ann Norman G.

trustees_ executors, etc., should return same for taxa- H. Willis Mary Carol Sapp. Dollar Day Special! TRANSISTOR Reg. 21.95and
Blanche Edwards. Harold E.
tion to the County Assessor, on or before the first day of April Allen of B.Middleburg Laura T. 24.95 Values
of each year. The head of a family who is a legal resident of Goolsb/ Clifton Richard Taylor Radio
of La.rtey. Mabel L. Kummer of
the State of Florida is entitled to a Constitutional Exemption of Keystone Heights, and Eva Lou 15888 $49.95 Value NOWShepherd's -

$1000. on household goods and personal effects, when he files Whittle. .
Also Claude J. Samples of Key-
a return and claims exemption thereon.All stone Heights, Carleen Emily Complete With $38.88 .
Gray. Minnie Lee Phillips of Law I 3.88
of the above must be in the hands of your Tax Assessor on tey. Joel Kennedy Jr. of Baldwin Matching: Speaker Complete With Carrying Case,

or before April 1st. We urged you to take care of your tax mat- Mary Mamie Lee Louise Crawford Barrett of of Raiford.Lawtey: Ear Phones and Shoulder Strap.

ters. Susie Prevatt of Lawtey Sarah

Custino Coran, Deborah Jane .
Blair, Patsy Patricia Griffis Car-
THANKS mol Youdell Copeland and Vivian RADIO
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Ellen Hilliard of Lawtey.
Colored admissions were: Cor-
ine Parker Btuler Sharon Pearl-
nell Bradwell of Hawthorne Ver-
nell Brfiwell Beatrice Brown of

ASSESSOR Archer Elsie L. Leverson Gussie PHONE WO 4-6901 I ..roGREEN, Owner STARKE, FLA.THURSDAY. .
Mae Rutledge of Waldo. Ruby Lucille
Mitchell of Waldo, and Thel-

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t.VYYYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Vail fine !servfceS.' eofidolences and I sift. A plan Is being made to Organize AAAAAAA1A1 AAAAAAAAAAAAAA.MAXV1LLE guests Sanaa or Mrs. Pemoa'sparents ria Htesinbotham. Tommy Baker, cur daughter. Jewel's fiancee Len

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED other) expressions during the extended volunteers for T.B. Servicesin Mr. and Mrs P. B. Cote- and Ray Goolsby. Pcstell of Andrews S. C. at the
illness and death of his I Bradford County by these re- Cecil Field Naval Air
man.Mr. We ire sorry to hear that little I
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy late: wife He is asking God's presentitives. and Mrs.
; C. Johnson report- Harry Padgett Anne Maria Palka got her hand -Mr. and Mrs. John North and
blessing for each of you. el. went to visit Mrs. Padgett's bra family.
caught in the wringer of her mo
By Sirs. C. B.golanu..ua111ua.uu.s4
Ozora J. Shell Visits GedfgiaCharon 1 hurst hn School tt-er at Middleburg Saturday ther's washing machine last Fri- I

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAMother's Jane and mother Min The regular PTA meeting will We are sorry to learn that Doss day and had to be rushed to the I
,nie Belle Wheeler visited Jack- 'be held 03; Monday Feb. 16 with! Higginbothain had to return to NAS hospital and have seven; GAY'SHome
:March members are asked to attend as sen viHe, Ga. during the wtekend.1'Ihey President: Louiza Brown in The whole ccmmunity was the Veteran's: Hospital in Lake stitches taken in it.
"Lights On" for the 'Mother's!'the president has a message of were accompanied by Mrs.f{Principal l Price is deeply grieved over the dath of City Monday for treatment after I
Charge'l Mr. snd Mrs. Obie Martin and Appliances
March of Dimes." Chairman L.I importance for ;you. All membersare ,Lizzie Hall who visited withher)D'.( t1b ts to attend. Len Pootell, fiancee of Miss Jewel spending a week here with his
:1L Royal has appointed Mother: asked to worship with the I sister and other relatives and i i We regret. the recent North. His death was quite sud- tanuly. family of Brooksville were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- Your Friendly
Margaret DeSue to lead the. club at :Mt. Nebo on Sunday Feb. friend: All reported a very de- our firs and seccnd grade teacher -j I I den Wednesday Feb. 4, it Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Carter ginbotham.

March by Mothers on Friday' 15. Will have special "Valen lizhtful! trip. i Mrs. D. B. Jackson but she I Field. He was eating supper at and their two grandsons of Clay Norge Dealer
night. Many mothers in the com- !! tme Services" at this time. Re- RJE News i has been ably assisted by Miss [Ii i the time and just passed out. He Hill and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pad- Choir Practice will be held each

munity have been assigned to the member since "God is Love" we The regular meeting of the Maridan Price who is a recent had been; stationed with the U. S. gett were supper guests of Mr. Tuesday night at the Maxville I i NQRGC APPLIANCES

"March" and fight gainst Polio. .must tie ourselves in a love-knot PTA was held with Minnie Bell graduate of Florida Normal & In- Navy at Cecil Field for several and Mrs. Harry Padgett and family Baptist Church beginning promptly .

Please turn your lights on at 7 of Christian love. Mrs. Wilhel- Wheeler actin? as chairman. dustrial Memorial College, St. months and was well known herein Sunday; night. at 7 p. m. S MAYTAO WASHERS I II

p. m., if you do not have electric mena Brooks, president A. R. President Levy Lennon could not Augustine. Miss Price is the Maxville, having attended the I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and
lights, light a lamp or a candle 1 I Jenkins reporter.LincolnDouglass. be present due to illness of his daughter of Deacon and Mrs. Maxville Baptist Church quite and family had as Sunday guests sens and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand I COLEMAN HEATERS and

sc that we will know you are cooperating Banquet f father John Lennon who has had Charlie Price of Gainesville. She 1 frequently and was a very like- Dirs. Harris' brother and sister-I children were visitors in Bald-I FLOOR FURNACESWe
with the Mother's I I plans to do further in Art able boy. Jewel and her mother. win last Thursday and Friday
Come-one! Come-all! to the big to be institutionalized in Chat- study in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Q.,
March in an effort to stamp out annual dinner and program spon-!i tahoochee. We deeply regret his Education. Mrs Albert, reporter. Mrs. John North and brother Godwin of Lakeland. afternoocs. Service All MakesOf
Polio. DeSue has two chil- Church News Roger, and Miss Shirley Higgin- I THANK YOU I Appliances
Mrs. sored oy the American Legion(illness and hope he will soon re- Mrs. Nora Palka and children
dren Michael and Anthony, New Bethel Baptist Church botham left by car Friday night I I We wish to take this
Post 14 and Auxiliary on Saturday cover. Principal Eddie Thompkinsi with Vo of Len's friendsfor and Mrs. Hattie Nolan visited in opportunity : PHONE: WO..7311
therefoie sh- is leading the : Feb. 14. This is a Valentine I much improved and returnedto New Bethel Baptist Church I which Middleburg Friday with Mr. and I. to thank our many friends. Starke, Florida
the funeral
"March" this year for the child 'Special Banquet with a program school on Monday. held very inspirational services Mrs. Dawson Padgett, Mrs.1 and relatives for the kindnesses
the miy save from an attack may I atuned- to hearts, flowers and Bad weather has caused many .all day Sunday in spite of the were hId in Andrews S. C. George Sculley, and Mrs. Dora. shown over the recent death of
be her OmPolio-.is respectercf rain. "Man but God Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robersonand
no Icve. You cannot afford to miss of the scheduled basketball games I can appoint Padgett.Mr. I I
it strikes' both old and re-appoint". Services started of
persons this wonderful treat. Tickets are to be postponed. The tournamentwill can daughter Jasper Betty and Mrs. Ray Harris have
young. Give your dimes and dollars now on sale. This will benefit the begin on Feb. 27 at Douglass with Sunday School Supt. Hank- Eoberson and children of Live recently moved to Middleburg to
today. The drive will close erson in charge. The morning ser-
building fund of the Eccl ston- Ii
Anderson High School. Jackson- Oak :Mr. and Mrs Bud Waters make their home.
en Monday of next week. Other Callahan Cripple Children'? home vice was led by Pastor A. B. I Iard PSC7
mothers and their contributions and other charities assisted by ville.Miss Vinson. music by choir No. 2, En- family and Mr. and Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. Rick Crawford of
RJE Contest will close Jack Waters and of Jack- Jacksonville had Sunday dinner
v.111 be listed In next week's paper. this organization. Presidenfs Jul- och Allen at the piano family
Fiesta Club ius R5>al and L. M. Royal are Friday, Feb. 13. A Victory Ballwill During the afternoon lunch was scnville were guests of Mrs. Doro- with Mrs. Ruby Durrance ands
the close of the
be held at
The Fiesta Club met at the asking all loyal members and RJE Elementary served on the grounds and included thy Waters last Sunday. <:ns and Mrs. Dora Byrd and E. c
drive. Who will be Miss -
C. Padgett.Mr. .
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry friends to answer this call. and Miss RJE High? plenty of southern fried Helen North spent the past
Ycung. Officers were elected for Laid To Rest The winners will be publishednext chicken, salad and cakes pies weekend in Jacksonville with Mr.I tnd Mrs. Albert Smith and

the new year. Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Bertha Lee Dell, residentof week.Edward. and vegetables. All friends and and Mrs. Arnold Harper and fam- daughter, Robin and Mr. and

Flowers of Putnam Hall and Mr. Starke for more than 35 years, Mayo, accomplished members present enjoyed the din- ily.Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Green and family

and Mrs. John Cummings of ,was laid to rest last Thursday in musician was guest of Hardrick ner. Oscar Wilkinson enter- and Miss Becky Green of Mid-
Starke the After the At 3. p m. the message from the dieburg were guests of Mrs. Ruby
joined club. tne family cemetery in Nashville Taylor and the Shells on Monday tained at the home of Mrs. Dew-
business hour refreshments were Ga. Those a accompanying the body night. The quartet had a very gospel was preached by Rev. C. ey McPherson Wednesday afternoon Durrance and Mrs. Dora Byrd FRI., SAT. FEB. 13, 14

seived. Everyone enjoyed a delightful Included: Rev. Damon Dell, Mrs. fine rehearsal and will appear ina Royal son of Mother Sophia Feb. 4, with a party. About Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
evening. The next meeting Jackson Jettie Dell. Mable Bry- recital soon in Daytona Beach. Royal. Rev. Royal halls from Phil- 12 guests were present at this oc- Earl Mosley and children
will be held at the home of ant, William and Ruth Edna Hol- Taylor is the social studies teacher adelpnia and is a great speaker. casion. and: Ms. Hattie Nolan visited last

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clark, Feb. I&cd. Obey DeSue Rev. and Mrs. at RJE and a recent graduateof The evening worship was membersof conducted The Young People of the Max- Wednesday with Sidney Bell Nolan YOUR CHOICE. .

27 in Lincoln City. William Holland H. J. Blunt and Sallie Williams, Bethune-Cookman College. The by the pastor and ville Baptist Church had a fish in Jacksonville.

president. Gloria Graham, representative of the Ruth CourtNo. honor roll for the first semesterwill Johnson Chapel of Gainesville fry last Saturday night on the Little Miss Cheryl Wilkinson FOR ONLY
of which: Sister Victoria Vinson is
reporter. 18 Heroines of Jericho. Mrs.
be published in next week's church grounds. seems to be improving now after
Carnation Club Dell was buried in her crown a member. All persons present Teen Town having been ill for several weeks
The next regular meeting of which is worn by members of this issue.Mrs.. Hattie Lovett teacher of reported a "high day at Bethel." Civic Club was open again Maxville last with an ear infection.Mrs. COCO FLOOR 4 .

the Carnation Social Saving Club order also her badge and flower. Columoia County and sister of Joan Jenkins reporter. Friday night and it is hoped that Henry Griffis entertained ,
will be held at Reno Theatre on Rev. DM1 wishes to thank all per- Antioch Baptist Church
Principal Thompkins has been a fun for the young people can be Friday night with a party at her
Monday: Feb. 16. with Mrs. Annie sons including Bradford County regular visitor to the county re- Antioch Baptist Church Rev.. resumed again. home here. About 15 guests enjoyed -
Jane Dell serving as hostess. All Hospital staff members for the cently. Her daughter Is teachingin George Lee Pastor was host to this occasion.We MAT..or
the Calvary Baptist Church on Friends of Joyce Hoilman and
I I Germany. "Hat's Off" to J D. are sorry to learn that Hans
Sunday who had as their guestRev. her husband will be interested to
Green for the fine he has Carter isn't getting along well.
BARGAINS way C. A. Crum and memoers of know that their baby daughter :
-- NEW AND USED carried on the school activities Abelme Baptist Church of Put was born at the Orange Park hospital He is losing his eye sight more.and isn'table METAL f i:
during the past week. M. B. to shave any Albert
nam Hall. Rev. Crum regrettedthat on Saturday Feb. 7.
Wheeler reporter. Smith has been shaving him.
the pastor could not be present Ben Higginbotham and J. D. >>r t
and Mrs.
4-SPEED Illness ImprovedMrs. Mr. Rudy gglnbotham -
PHONOGRAPH 1995up this return visit to I Padgett were business
as was a visitors in
Ethel Jeanette Williamshas and daughter, Robin spent WASTEBASKET
Calvary to help them with theirbuilding Steinhatehee last Friday night. Mrs.I
greatly improved in recent the weekend In Lawtey with
Around $25 We were sorry to learn that Mr.
PORTABLE RADIOS 195 up veeks. She was visited last Sun- program. IJigginbotham's parents Mr. and
was raised by Rev. Cnn i arid his, and Mrs. Carl Taylor of Highland
day by Elmer and Ozora Shell Mrs. Nathan Starling. Mr. Starling -
members in spite of bad weather had to put their baby boy in the
who was shown the way by husband has been seriously ill in a
New, $180.. Slightly Used 125.00 ; Amos Williams. She is receiving and small attendance. Jerlene. hospital and he has been under Gainesville hospital and left Sun-
excellent care from her Dommcn. reporter. en oxygen tent for several days day with his sons G. W.. Eugene,
Mount Moriah ,Methodist Church!I and nights. C. HJASWORTHY\ Philco Dealer
Keystone 8 mm Movie Camera with ( Sister O 'elI and appears to be Mount Moriah Methodist Misses and Harrell for a Tennessee hos- ,
very :happy, still trusting in the Frances and Janice Bell pital.
Telephoto & Wide Angle Lens Lord and asking all persons Church Rev. H. J. Blunt pastor enjoyed a visit to the Tampa Fair. Birthdty Supper 310 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

$120 value outfit knowing the worth of prayer to held regular communion services; i l last Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Junior Goolsby_entertainedat
59.95 last Sunday starting with Church I the Baldwin 4-H Girls. Feb
pray for her recovery with the her home Tuesday night
VM hcpe she will soon return home. School Bro. Robert Dell acting We are sorry to learn that Mrs., 3, with a birthday supper honoring -
Tape-O-Matic Tape Recorder Supt Love Feast at 11 a. m. Communion .
She can be reached for cards and : Dorothy Waters' son. Bud of her mother Mrs. Leslie Sweat.
Telectro TAPE RECORDER 99.95 letters and other expressions 'at., at 6:30 p. m. We regret t Jacksonville has to enter the hospital Enjoying this occasion with Mrs.
?'. Route 3 Box 195-A;"GainesV Ie,, the .accident to the son of Out: soon for a foot operation. Sweat and Mr. and Mrs. Goolsby : j

Columbia HI FI PHONO, $200 val. 110.00 Florida. pastor. Rev. Blunt. He is still ir L. Mr. 2nd Mrs. Ray Pellum and I and son were Mr. Sweat and 1959
serious condition in Medical Center .
son of Jacksonville Glo-
Anderson Jr. Hi were dinner 'daughters. Alene and Helen
Ronson Electric Shaver 23.50 13.50 Friday night starting at 8 p.' Jacksonville.: He was struck
reg will b; a car last week. We wish for "
n. Douglass School play An-
Admiral TABLE RADIO derson Jrs. Douglass has grades!', him a speedy recovery. Vera Coleman -
8.00 ,
1 to 8 in High Springs while An reporter. I
derson has grades 1 to 9. Since we: Ebenezer Baptist Church
Ziess Ikon Camera 120 FilmF : TV
hcvethe edge on them by one EbenEzer Baptist Church Rev.
,JE D. Robinson, pastor will hold ATJ
4.5 Lens 19.95 [grade we hope to win each game
by at least one point. The general]i regular pastorial services on Sun-

Ansco VENTURI 120 Film public is invited to attend. day starting with Sunday school
at the usual hour. Supt. Henry .
RJE Tigers and Tigerettes will I
F 4.5 Lens 25.00 Bryant in charge. All choir members '
be playing in St. Augustine sc AND

support your other county teams. are asked to be in the choir isHERfi
PTA was largely attended an [ room at 10:50: a. m. Regular red -

BULLINGTONSTUDIO so :ir the winning class and ihearsal I at 3 p. m. Please plan to

teacher is Mrs. D. B. Richardson, be present. J
teacher of 5th and 6th grades Don't forget the March Rally

AND GIFT SHOP Who will be next to win this honor : for the improvement of the -
regular meeting each firs t church. We must be ready for the
Tuesday? Sunday School and B. T U. Convention 1 BUILDINGSUPPLIES

L President: Crawford is Announcing o when it convenes at our
= plans for a Womanless Wedding o churph. Let's .make this one theo
soon. Calling all men. needing greatest in the history of the

more men for bride's maids. sessions. Ranell English reporter. .
DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS! bridegroom and flower girls Allen Chapel AME Church .

Register with the secretary of th e: Allen Chapel AME Church Rev.

PTA Hobby Club ,today. This u:, L' A. Sampson pastor will hold

expected to be the greatest sprin g regular pastoral services ion Sun- ICE CRUSHER 1. 00
wedding of the season. day starting with Sunday Schoolat

Western Auto Principal Anderson has just re 10 a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas
turned from a very sucessful In: in charge; morning worship at -

stitute at Florida A & M Univer-o 11 a. m., evening worship at 6 p.
II:-, Junior Church at 5 p. m. each ONE QUART CREAM BIG

Tuesd1 Mae Lois Morris presi-

ASSOCIATE STORE dent. Rev. Sampson was deeply 1.00 S REEN
pleased with the very fine pro- METAL POLISH ,
gram presented by the Junior
Gulf eADAPr.A Church in spite of the rain. 2MNCH OVERALL DIAGONAL
Remember our sick members : JflEASURE, 262 SO. arc l
I which includes Sister Bessie Lee 4" x 4BUTT" : VIEWABLE AREA
Step-on Kitchen PLAN who has been in Alachua County t,
General Hospital and Prof. Eddie

Fits your Thomplrins. Both are improved HINGES 1,00 1 P
GARBAGE CAN 1.0010Inch changingneedi and at home to members and

friends. E. J. Givens reporter.Mt. MODEL 42314
Pfcgah AME Church
Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church J ....

Cast Iron Rev.regular Richardson services on pastor Sunday will start-hold UTILITY KNIVES 1.00

b ing with Sunday School Mrs. Anna -

With Gulf Life Wright Supt. Morning and PHILCOIhirrocveao'

evening messages by the pastor.
exclusive dapt-A-PI& Addition reports for the building

you can guarantee aa fund will be made at this time to
I Sisters Albert and Cannon. All -FENCE TOOL tOO
income for
Household your members are asked to see their

and provide for your class leaders and do their full -- 19ft"WIlCe
duty for the pastor as this is his .
retirement as well.
regular day. Choir members are -
BROOM 1.00 Ask about it also asked to serve all day. We
hope to begin our building completion PAINT BRUSHES 2*

program soon. Rememberour rlntroducTQOW, months ahead of timcl
sick and shut-in members i Buy"now and solve! New 59 chassis, circuitry

We arc glad to join the other Merchants of GulfLife tad friends. Mary Helen White and Up !Supe r-b right Aluminiud plcf ur..Top.

Starke in this Great Citywide Dollar Days I reporter.Bradford mnty Hospital o. .. level l Tuning!Built-in,PuIMJp PIVOMENNA.

Event. It To Patients : -gets sharpest picture.smart Ebony-1 nisb .
Pays Trade In Starke! currently receiving
treatment Beatrice with gold trim. Complete No extras to
are Brown of
of Archer. Ruby Lucille Mitchell. BUILDINGSUPPLIES buy See It today!

I,i! WIlTIItM(_----_:. -- Mi--- '--..--. A INSURANCI Waldo Starke., and Cora Ann Butler JJ: ONLY $2.49 PER WEEK

J Home Owned and Operated by V : -

f J. F. JAUDON I C. H. Philco
W. H. HAND, Superintendent t WANTED Clean Cotton Rags.' Nasworthy Dealer
,I 312 ". Call St. Phone WO 4-6841 .Box 311 Phone \VO ":4SS
r "* No Pate No ShfrK )Im Be 301 E. Call! St. Phone WO 4.2111
i.l-j i 14 t -HI tm Starke, Fla. Clean. Bradford' .
busty TeIegraph. -
o .- 310 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

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I .f VYYYYTYYTYYTYYTTTVVTYYTY ported left there. months a year or two ago. Bruce and chllchetr.'M; and Mrs ds ugh tPr-.drove to Jacksonville Soil Conservation Districts allover I.iSt.' Mark's Episcopal In The (.V.rt<'.Of..(Tfcr;. KUritla<'_.lKmrifor4 ,,In..t.f'|'r.; -,

There are signs marking the Survivors in Waldo include his a. O. Simmons Mr. and 111"s.1 with Mrs. M. R. Misner on Wednesday America are sponsoring Soil Be. Raymond I:. ttac&lata '. :tll'.

HAMPTON dirmpiag area, which: has been dug wife, Mrs. Zelma Reynolds, a son, Emory Brown and son, Mrs. last week, where. Mrs. Stewardship Week. The 1959 observance In ret Estate of Mary K.dora
Sunday Clark
i in order to be covered by bulldozing Rudolph, and a daughter, Mrs. F Brown Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Richardson's baby Daughter Virginia begins Sunday May 3and Church School; 11:00 ajn, Horning a.m.- To all creditors and persons |Baring -

fty ten. D. E. imiCotradl when the dumping pit, is Lawton Youngblood. Another son, Perry and daughters. Mr. and : entered Hqpe Hayes hospital continues through Sunday, Prayer and Sermon- claims 1 or demands against saidestate
filled. If trash is scattered beyondthe a stepson, three sisters and four Mrs. Jeff Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. for treatment. Mrs., Richardson, :
AAAAAAAA .AAk.A4W dump limits it will be difficultto brothers also survive. H&Ileck. who has been lavjnj in Gaines- May 10. The Bradford Soil Conservation Holy, 11:00 Communion a.m.; Third-First Sunday-, a You tified and and each required of YOU to ire presentany hereby

f t Discusses cover. Funeral services were held Sunday Personals ville, is staying with her mother, District will take partin 7:30 a.m claims or demands which you.
\ at Taylor Methodist Churchin Mrs. Lenoard Melton and two Mrs Cla Moose, Just east of the this supplying the or either of you. may have against
City Damp Problem The dump is not to be used for program by Wednesdsty-'7:00 pjn. Choir the estate of Mary EMora Clark
t Main business T taken atHampton dead animals at any time, the Baker county. children of New Orlans, La. visited city, liaiits. Churches in the County with material Practice; 7:45: pin Litany and deceased late of said County, to
up Council stressed again. This I Work StartedOn with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mel- Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Misner and :Bible Study. the County Jude of Bradford Coun
( City Council's regular! proI I' Church Addition on Soil Stewardship. The ty. Florida at his office in the courthouse .
bum reported to the council at' ton near Hampton on Thursdaylast son were visitors in Williston on of said County at Starke, -
meeting at Hampton City HallTues&y Work has begun on five new week. Saturday.Mrs. purpose of this material is to help It, r.a.. the last has been
evening last week again peated. re- Sunday; School rooms for Hamp- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shealy, and J. H. Day of Plant City is 'our clergymen understand the I For JIK Hradford}state('_of aly.Mary Florida.In Eldora. months from the time of the first
: publication of this notice Eatfi:
concerned the west of
city dump Waldo ton Baptist church, with found- their 19-year-old son Clinton visiting here this week with Mr. ,close relationship between the I Clark. dwea!'ed. claim or demand shall be in writMg
Clifford Rhoden Dies In
town. | ation work finished last weekend. moved into the DeWaters house and Mrs. M. M. Matchett and Mr. conservation OTJ(": OK PROM tTI: sad shall Mate the pUce ef residence -
of natural
Penrlng of the dump was dis- i, Clifford Rhoden, Sr., 55 of Wal#. The rooms, to be built of con- on Navarre St. last weekend. They and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth.Mrs. our resources TOI.t.TilE STATE. PERSONS: OF FLORIDA INTERESTED the claimant and post, and office shall W address sworn 'toby of
and the of the
cussed, since people in this area do died at his home on Thursday I crete block will be located to the have been living in Ashburn Ga. J. S. Gregory is in Phila- teaching I IN THE ESTATE OF PAID the claimant agent attorney

hate tbused dumping privilegesby n&ht; Feb. 5, after a long illness.; rear of the present classroom partof Weekend visitors recently delphia visiting with her daughter Bible. : DECEDENT and any such demand not ao filed
1 atl 1 T >u are hereby notified that a _
shall be
r scattering trash over a wide Mr. Rhoden drove a produce route the church, joining the largestof the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira and son-n-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Roush, Soil Scientistfor written instrument purporting to void.Kra Clark,

, area, and dead animals have been througa' Hampton for several'Look' i the classrooms. Several loads f'Lester were: Mrs. Lester's sisters Glenn Wright. Mr. and Mrs. : the Soil Conservation Service,I' I.., the last will\ and testament of As executrix of the LaltVm and
paid -cfndfnt) has" heen admittedto
I' of dirt were used to fill the low from Tampa, Mrs. Bennie Keenan Wright are the parents of a son. :prepared Soil and Capabilitymaps prolMtr in this court Tou are deceased.Testament of Mary Eldora Clark

S area at the? back of the churchlot. I Mrs. May Childers and Mrs. Robert Lloyd born Jan. 23, in ] lor C.. F. Carter, Lynn Ham- hf'Tt'h commanded within six (O First publication "e\A. i. lls0 !t,

What Your Dollar Will in order to keep the floor levelcf Zora Dyal. Also visiting were her Philadelphia, Penn. tlton I and Edd Durbin of Lawtey; the calendar fir--t months publication from of the this date noticeto of :'- 4t 2-1

the addition even with the old- son Albert Birt. and Mr. Spensonof D, E. Nettles and Seeber Moody appear in this Court and show

Buy at PRIESTS' in er building. St. Petersburg. of Lester Johns Road; Hogan cou!
Baptist Youth Groups Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Geer and Smith of Starke. will to probate should pot stand 00'c
this Great Elect Xew Officers family moved from the C. L. May Maurice Edwards Jr. used the urrecok.d.COt'RT.

YWAs, Intermediate and Junior house on West Navarre St. to District roto-mo\\'er to mew the ( Theron SE.XD A Tawn.

DOLLAR DAY SALES EVENT! CA groups meat Hampton Baptist Hawthorne.Mr. crotalaria in his field, then he ('..nnt) .Jud.;... Lradford County : ak666

; Church last Monday evening and Mrs. Frank Brown of Will plant the field to pine seed- I Florida First publication on F.-b. 5, 1938!

Feb. 2, to reorganize according: to Jacksonville were dinner guests lings.!. 25; U %.%6 :

'> age groups of the girls. Sunday of Mrs T. F. Brown .i .

Ladies'MH9JE" New officers elected by the Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown and boil Conservation ,

f J YWAs are Hilda Warren, presi- son Randy and Mrs.T. F. Brown N.E-W-S
I dent; Sylvia Childs, vicepresident visited relatives in Palatka on I -, '

; Nell Williams, secretary- Saturday.Mrs. ,By Bill Haas
They'll bigger
S E treasurer; and Amelia Williams O. G. Johnson and Miss Soil Conservation Senioa grow ,

chairman of program, mission Emma McElroy of ,Flemington faster on better"FEEDS P I t( f
The Board of Supervisors forth .
and Mrs. Charles Hicksis
prayer. spent Sunday here with the Raleigh -
Bradford Soil C Conservation
YWA leader. Brannen family. and Mrs. J
Junior GAs also elected officers Nora Layfield. District held their regular monthly -
i for
pair meeting Green's home.
2 Monday evening, including Myrtle Earl Underwood left Sunday ,atLloyd.

Ann Hinson, president; Wendy night for phis home in, Savannah.Ga. : Th03e attending were: Foster

Hill, vice-president; Odessa Mel- ., after a Visit here with his Shi Smith. Sam McGarvey, J. B.

ton, secretary-treasurer; and Virginia .brother and sister-in-Iaw, Mr.and Wbite.. cdra Hamilton and Lloyd
Green.. Supervisors. G. T. Huggins, .. 1hI
Brown, program chairman. Mrs, Bill Underwood, of

Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr. is junior GA P..amPLake.. ...i,( Secretary"Paul! ; Hutchins and fSrP
I Chenille Scatter Rugs 2 for 98c leader.; Nine girls were present for Nell Crews of the State Farm Curtis Marlow, F..F. A. Advisors; D

kst: week's meeting. spent Saturday night and Sunday Big Haas land Leon Carter, Boil ,

Intermediate GAs elected officers here with her cousin, Gail Saxon. Conservation .Servce. ,Mrs. Lloyd ? .

at the last meeting in Jan- Mr. end Mrs. ,E. L. Birt and son Green "chaperoned" the meeting. : & Your Stock Deserves
: Paul aDd ,Curtis discussed the : a- :
u.uy.T Cf were Mary Reames, Ronnie spent last weekend in St. _
Boys'Fine$ Dungarees 98c I president; Alethia Williams, vice- Petersburg with Mr and Mrs. Albert coming PTA "Fat Stock Show and _
Sale" to be held in Gainesville,
president; Clairnell Cooper secre- Bart: and family. the Best
tary-treasurer; and Brenda Lott Don Hill attended the Life Un ,March f. The, Board agreed to Very

program chairman.( Mrs. W. P. derwriters' Gator Sales Congressat help promote the show and to en-

VAN H PRIEST COMPANY McElroy is leader for the Inter- the Prudential Building In courage the' folks here in Brad ti, par..erl r

mediate girls. Following Monday's Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. ford.;Coonty to help the F. F. A. .

j program meeting refreshmentswere and Mrs. Spencer Crawford .boys make a big success of their .* ,, So we're joining with other Starke

INC. served by Mrs. McElroy and and daughter of Jacksonville wire project. ,1'

Mrs. C, L. Cooper.All guests of Mr, aqd .Mrs.'D. ,H. The Supervisors in their continued x ; ; F .JS Merchants in bringing you some

V .. three groups plan to meet Crawfoi-d and children last week- effort to improve condi-

on the first and third Monday I I end.Present tions in Bradford County are asking k'4' extra special values on Dollar

evenings of each month at the, ; for a fish supper at the State Road Departmentto I'

Every biff church. 1 Hampton Lake..Saturday. evening. mow the entire road right-of- 4 :sS Days, Fri., Sat., Feb. 13, 14
Cheny-Vanilla Birthdays Honored were Air. and Mrs. ..MarkleeJfc i-ay to prevent the spread of'nft- '

,' It pur* Mrs. Jeff Perry, Mrs. Tommy man s\nd children, Mr ,and Mrs.\ deus weeds. In the past the StateRoad 4

delight Bruce of.Gainesville and Mrs. W. Bill Trinks, Mr. and Mrs. Rij hard Department has only beenmcwing

D. Carter were honored for their Keys and family, Mr. and .I .to 'the.ditch banks which

birthdays Friday evening, Feb. 5 Irs. A. C. Dennison Mr. and Mrs. gives the weeds on the rest of the POUNDS

with a neighborhood gettogetherat Frank Clark and children. Mrs. ri t-o-wa1 a chance to seed

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Franklin Keys and children, and oat and' .spread to the adjoining l' .I
Kalleck. Mrs- NitaJohnson.. fticls.

Present were Mr. and Mrs. Car- I Mrs. Dorothy Richardson and For the, fifth, consecutive fear PURINA

ter and family, Mr. and Mrs.WHiie ,.- .
ID"7.AT: ;LAW- -, --No- 81WKOTICB Io J JJ

w/irr DOG CHOW-
1 t BY WfLLS LKTfflC SfKVICf CORPORATION, a corporation, ,) ,
Petitioner' wrXDED:
EDWARDS, et vir, ) ,f." ?t t
et al. Defendants. )) REG. 1.35 \

FLORIDA: i4 ', I I I \ -

} .. Parcel Onaer EaMII..at Eetlmatedal.e

1 3 Bessie Sapp. widow, whose resMortjt'R payable.: Jt UJ0
idence is RFD, Lawtey, Florida The Florida Bask at .. ; /If'.J: :

From the Super Sue Treasure Chest Jamie Sapp Clubb and husband, da.Starke.Dated Starke.11-15-41: riort-, re- Your Checkerboard Dealer tK .'
Walter Edgar Clubb. whose recorded in Rook 13..
idence is 3713 BVi Road, brand page 542 swearing pay-
( will Junction, Colorado meat'ofi300.00. to Is
Here t flavor that everyone 1'I ; .
e r.
love-New Cherry Vanilla. It's Mildred Sapp Petzel and hus-
Super Sue creamy Vanilla ice band, R. A. Petzel whose resl- .t .'"
\ I dem-e is Rt. 1, Box 318, Gervaii, -
i ',' 1 cream with flavorful juice-laden % Oregon; Come on down./on, the double*
i red Cherries. Colorful as it is 11q

super good.Take a supply home'and J. D. Sapp and wife. Reba 8ap., -
whose residence is Rt. 4, Box ia1,
make your refrigerator a rfyouwantvafuMElectricaBy Jacksonville, Florida;
'' I, Treasure Chest.'Have Super Sue iptalmjJustcallonWini V lue 11eQI
fJ W. EL Sapp and wife, Nell Sapp. Double
ti Ice Cream on hand at all times. whose residence is 3100 Wood .Drive a '

,f e, For what you're seeking Ave.Colorado, Pla-JIor Springs Trailer, Colorado Village; e ,

You'll be surprised at the money G. W. Sapp and wife,'Hazel Sapp
whose residence is Law ley, Florida -
you save when you call on us for ; .
[ rd'
your electrical needs. Commercial ..j on a Double Value !

and residential wiring and a James Shipmai Sapp and wife. ,
Wanda Sapp, whose residence Imlwtey r t
complete repair service ready to Florida; ; $ '
SUPTky serve you. Call for a free estimate '
Charles P. Sapp and wife, Wanda -
today! Lee Sapp. whose residence is
i ,Lawtey, Florida: IT'S BUILT FOR PEOPLE

1itC J Sharon Sapp Eiland and hus Ford's wide-opening doors let .you enter and leave wife ease.

dress band is Carl Hampton Eiland Florida whose; ad- Ford offers the most insulation in its f field. AM Fords have.
24 COMMEROAL& HOUSEHOLD I '- f ., foan -p dded'front seat us6 tOns; aH Fords hive ful-degtli
;john GeroW Sapp. single whose 1
FIXTURES end all the the back seat and feet:
SUPPLIES residence is, Lawter., Florida and .. springing way across yoor
J '
.. Phone WO 4-4921 Patricia Sapp/single and a mli- .. :'i., ... ; arm''t cramped n a Ford as they are HI 30 maypriced other low

Many flavors and sires always in your Ww'f. Super SM TrMiurs "'.st. 213 E CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. or Florida, whose; .resideDceA, Is Lawter, 0 > 7"" .. ... : cars.

1 .

only heirs-*t-law (together with Vou lip b 41.00 tankful because Fords standard e:>
can save, ,
their respective spouses wbefemarrledl /
FOR of J./8. Sapp Jr. deceased # pines thrive tin regular g.u. Fords only require oil change eacn
who died intestate a
Big Bucklale's resident of Bradford Count, 4(500( miles.' ltlra,. 'cars, tfiemsctves. anxTl&e. eilras. matt peopUb
Buy Florida, on August 8, nf 1.
,. !:y cost less too. Suggested retail pride of a Fordntf radio
all or parties baring bJng lit feet more or less! northerly '
or and claimhif to persons any right, title, interest and along said line from the eater and automatic (drive is as niucli as $102.75'less; thai
or other lien to southwest torRoer thereof and running -
estate mortgage major! competition.VwH .
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and IB thou certain parcels of land thence ;North 5 degrees
tAT situate in Bradford County. Florida minutes East a distance of itaa feet
here4nafterdescribed5 together with : t* its point of nit In. the east line $&' .
all unknown persons claiming by. ;'at the'HM' of 't+w't et.tlir ''NwS ..go aag+we't
through and under known persons of Section 17. Township & South: legs acctLaa' -
BarkscBOYS' who, ..are dead. or who are not Range 22 Kast. re-entering the subject e ppp_arm .
i' known to be dead or alive. property *4a t.t eiore Ut i
1 line of the of XE1 XWiof _
WHEREAS. HOUSTON TEAAS Section 17, rowMhip '5 fouth. /
GAS AND Oil, CORPORATION a Ranfte 22 East, said point being pr
.... .... .. ctrrpnraUon.; flied its Petition in 300 feel more .otdes weltrtlr and
eminent domain proceedings In the carne paid line from the southeast
above entitled .Court against the corner thereof ,mn* raln..r thence 3 .
; persons wbpse names and places of north Si degrees. 55 minutes east a
LONG SLEEVE DAN RIVER residence are feereinabove set torte distance of +1* feet to IU po' of
( being the defendants in such cause rtit in"the lIt line <(II.the ME'h of
anti wherein .'the said Petitioner :cE 4 of NW l 4 of Section n.'Town.bID -
seeks't. ,condemn an estate In the 5' South. Rane 21 Eaat.
following described property as Islet Being lands wad by Besrtc Sapp
forthlaid In,the Petition filed in and other hefrs.. f J. S. Sapp. Jr.,
I .eauee to that the same maybe deceased aforeranied. and t*"ntltied
SHIR1CORDUROY I 1'S used for right of way purposes, As. Lint LM No- Zt3Rh1liactal..
and all Incidents thereof for the .. -
k location and construction of natural TOT, AND t5ACW or YOU ARK
gas transmission pipelines, to-wit: HEREPT COMMANDED to be and
appear-in and before the said Cir-
NO. 3 (Bessie Sapp A _
PARCEL cult ow tk* 2kh day (If February -
other heirs of J. S. Sapp, Jr., Court! what Interest -
AD.. 195S. to show VwH your liibt Ford o.ofer's
deceased, aforenamed) yon hay in said property and stT l
J T : Reg. A'strip of land fifty feet In width: to nhrtw cause why It. should not .People Test .. Savings Test
extending 15 feet northwesterly and be taken for the 11". *** porTeu s "
1 35 feet southeasterly from the following -' 'art forth in said Petition e
described survey line and be barfed: .. THE WpBIDS MOST BHIHIRIUY: PBOPOBnOHED CARs r..u.
FLANNEL 2.98 traversing Lots 2J and 2, in Wood- ; WITJfEStS imy toad and the sea l I "
said lots
lawn $Ht dm! ion feeing
f the EH of SW of NW'; and the of said, Court this 21st day o f
XE i of NE% of NW'. of Section January. A. D. tit.
.i "f .. ..: East Bradford County, Klorlda, A. DARBT.
: more particularly described as follows Clerk of the rCircr>tt Court oj! :

i1"-_ Y ou'll Never Beat This I jf.i Jargain for a Buck B.f. inninff to-wit:at a point in the went BedfordCanary.l M ilanata I-cr.oby.Klorida.By '1.1erlt.' ,. 206 W. MADISON ST.- ';.;J.t 1>TUOXE: W04-3.181 STARKE, FL,\.

line of the E4 of $V !ii of the f'\4 Uepntr! Enter The. Sylrania Photoflash Contest See Your Local Ford Dealerfor Details-,
.t I lily's: .0(, said S.ctioa 1I said point _.__ 1-n 41 2-1! -

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charge of the games.Refreshments :Mrs W. E. Bigham Jr '!I visited Mrs. H. E. Stokes over the r rweeken1. 16 at "i i0 p. m. TTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTT 'wt are sorry to say that she was'!unproved.
of punch cake.I Mrs. Grover Thomas spent the .- : There will be a social at the unable to attend either service.I I]I Mrs. Viola Chesshire returnedto
BROOKER and nuts were served to the 38 !weekend in Gainesville visiting j:; Mrs. N. J. Davis spent Monday I II church: Friday night. We hope to RISING I She returned to Hilliard Monday Palatka last week after spending -
guests by hostesses Mrs. Guy Hari i her children Mr. and Mrs. Bill through Wednesday visiting her ;J have good singing and supper of morning accompanied by Rev. i some time here with her son-
rell Mrs. G. E. Green. Mrs. Fred- Gtnodar and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur ; sister and brother Mrs. B. B. barbecue chicken will be served at By Mrs. Gordon JonesAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALALAAA Hall and will spend this week ; i:-law and daughter. Mr. and
By Barbara Sue Davis die Clark and Mrs. Amanda Lewis Thomas. Wise and C. D. Dowling of Jacksonville 8 p. m.We with their son-in-law and aught t Mrs. Robert Starling. She was accompanied

'&&&.&&&A. .&U.&U.&"&"&.. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thomas were happy to have 20 pre- ter. Rev and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee. I home by Mrs. Star- I
had with Mrs. Thomas' Mrs. J C. Davis and Emory sent at the Study Course held at Mrs. Edna Thomas and son j Kng and Mrs. J. W. McRae.
Mrs. Hodge received many love- supper Miss Nancy Manni of Starke was
Shower Given For :Mrs Hodges I 'I Malloy of Waldo attended the church last Wednesday and wish Kenneth and daughter Goldie and !
ly and useful gifts. i parents. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Mer- the Friday night guest of Carolyn : Mr. end Mrs. John R.
A miscellaneous shower was PTA chent Friday night. I funeral of Clifford Rhoden at the more could have been there. Jones. another son Dwight. all of Brcok-i Keystone Heights visited the
given in honor cf Mrs. Pete Hodge Taylor Cemetery. The Evergreen Baptist Church ei. were dinner guests of her pa -I j
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, II M. McRaes and also Mr. and
Tuesday night at the Brooker The Brooker PTA met Thursday 1 Rebbeca: Thomas of Jackson- 'will conduct a revival meeting be- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman eijts Mr. and Mrs. H. H. LeWIS. j:
Feb. 5 at the school cafeteria Linda Sue and Ronnie Thomas and gamily of Mulberry visited Mrs. H. H Lewis Sunday after-
Community Center. ville spent the weekend with her ginning Apr. 12. and running They also attended church here.
with Mrs. Melba Green presiding I and Kay Emerson attended the I and Mrs Bob Thom- through Apr. 26. Even though thisis here last weekend. noon.
The guest book table was bea- parents Mr. We were glad to have Bro. O.
in the absence of the president. Ycuth Meeting held at Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones
utifully decorated with a cut-work Friday night. 8.:. two months away we want to, R. Alvarez with us at church last TUB RIGHT rOLNY twr B e
linen cloth and bridal dolls. Mrs. The guest speaker Superintendent I Mr.. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas begin praying for this meeting and daughter. Carolyn visited Mr. Sunday. He had spent a week or I way you writ Come in tad select
Amanda Lewis was in charge of H. P. Morgan spoke on the Kay Emerson of Bland spent visited Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr. and to tell others about it. Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Jones of Brooker. more n a Starke hospital We are j I your favorite ESTEKBROOK
the book. The gift table was cov- improvements being made in the weekend with Linda Sue!and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of Starke Floyd Gray of Crawfordville will Sunday.Rev.. also thankful: that he 1 is so much I l" F'Mintaln Pen. TF4JU1RAFHThafs
Thomas. and Mrs. and chil-
Brooker School. be the Bryant
ered with a cream lace cloth and Thursday.Mr. evangelist.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and I and Holden of dren were wekend guests of Mr.and .
centered with white gladioli. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. R. A. Don't forget the AssociationalMass
sen, Craig spent the weekend with Hauge Fri- Mrs Thurman Jones.'YYYYYYYYYY.YYYYY Our Basinets
Several games were played and Mrs. Dolly Harrell and Mrs. spent Thursday and meeting at Heilbronn i
James Temple. !the W. E. Bigham Jr. family day with :Mr. and Mrs. Benny Church Feb. 13.
prizes won by Mrs. Ernest Edwards rTTTTTT u It's Glass We Han ItS.!
Miss Shirley Green? for PersonalsSgt. Sgt. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee Jr. Thomas. CALL WRITE VISIT
her imitation of Chester on Gun and Mrs.: Ted Bigham of and Sgt. and Mrs. John Murpheeof Willie Thomas and daughter, CARD OF THANKS I or
Smoke] and Mrs. Melba Green. Parris Island spent Thursday Parris Island spent Sunday Patricia of Titusville visited Mr. We wish to thank our friends PINE LEVELMrs.
Miss Barbara Jean Green was in through Sunday with Mr. and and Monday with the W. E. Big- and Mrs. Benny Thomas and and neighbors for the man/ acts Joe Peters (Glass Co.
ham Jr. family. family recently.. of kindness and sympathy shownus IL M. McRaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Barbara Sue and Dickie Davis TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl during the illness and deathof . FOR ANY GLASS NEED
enjoyed the Santa Fe Junior Class our loved one Lester [Dock] We Design Modern Store Fronts
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ WHAT play Thursday night. Warren and for the beautiful Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular Just Mail Us A Pattern for
I I Miss lucretia Cumbee w S the EVERGREENBy flowers. We especially thank Dr. appointment at Pine Level Table Tops
r weekend guest of Miss Lavonia Felos 2nd Dr. Barry for their ser Baptist Church last Sunday I
Stanley Crawfords..w..u.u 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla Phone FR. 2-1353
WOW A Hodges in Jacksonville and the vices.-Mrs. Lester [Dock] War- morning and evening. Mrs. Hall
I girls attended the Glen Reeves ren and family. spent the weekend at home but 1 1i i
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ DEAL! show.Miss Diane Colson of Starke I kins Misses of Jacksonville Betty and Yvonne spent Gas-the J A

visited her grandparents Mr. and '. weekend with their parents.R. .
Mrs. G. B. Colson over the week- N. and Stanley Crawford
Thousands of Dollars in Prizes Given tJtI"uat DENMARK'S
end.Mrs. visited Mr .and Mrs. Roy A. Patrick -
Fred McDavid spent a few in Jacksonville Friday night. 1
FREE the
Away at
days visiting in Pompano last I Mrs, Estelle Minton and son I
I have returned to their home in
and Mrs. Clyde Robertsonof I Indianapolis Ind. after spending FRIDAY SATURDAY FEB. 13 14We're
Lakeland visited Mrs. Rachel i the week, with Mr. and Mrs. W. Safe -- ,
Green and Mr. and Mrs. Edward I H. Green and family. dollar Pay
HOME SHOWFeb. Raulerson over the weekend. Among those visiting the Stan-
Mack McDavid of Gainesville I ley Crawford family Sunday c S With YOU MerchantsAssociation
spent the weekend with Lavern afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
I D Carter and Joe Carter of Jack-

Dyle.Ray Gano of Swan Lake visited.sonville. W\ In Your Greatest SAlES PROMOTION EVENT!
17 Free Admission his grandmother, Mrs. R. F. Rebecca [Granny] Rosier cele-
Gano Friday. brated her 103rd birthday anniversary -
Mr. and Mrs. Ovide R. Gano on Feb. 4. She is feeling
Through and daughter had supper with well and enjoying her many visit- SEE OUR DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS!.
Dazzling Exhibits Mrs. R. F. Gano Sunday night. ors.Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ray Carl- guests of Marvin Rosier
Feb. 21At l ton visited Mrs. Byford King and and family. Sunday were Mr.
Lloyd! King. Sunday evening.Mrs. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier.
PRIZES I R. H. Green visited Mrs.I Those on our sick list this past
The Vada Dubosse in the Alachua week were Dora Crawford and .
County Hospital. Teressa Brewer. Both are better I

Fully Automatic HotpointWashing i Lottis Sutton Lucile Cannard ;
Playhouse of you who believe in 54" IRONING
Machine and Virie Rutledge of Newberrywere BOARD ,
luncheon guests of Mrs. money trees keep your eyes on
New '59 Portable Sewing Mattie Sowells Tuesday.Mrs. the Cecil E. Crawford farm. BED LAMPS w
Mating Rink Machine Mattie Sowells visited While cultivating greens and I Pad & Cover Sets
friends and relatives in Newberry turning land last Tuesday Cecil
Eumic Electric Camera several Gays last week. lost his billfold and as of now
21 09 N. 'V. 13:J StreetGAINESVILI.E Portable Transister Radio Mr. and Mrs. Odell Craig and. has been unable to locate it. Blonde or Mahogany Cover Treated with Alcoa
Mrs. Virgie Rutledge of Newberry Calling All People saved and FITS MOST BEDS 'd
Super KioholDex Camera visited Mrs. Mattie Sowells Sat, unsaved. Meet us at Evergreen
urday. Baptist Church Sunday, Feb. 15 Buy Several at This Price! Pad Thick Waffle Weave
3 P.M. tO 10 P.M. AND MANY OTHER WONDERFUL Mr. and Mrs. Odell Waters and Lat10amL I .
Daily PRIZES! daughter, Sandy Bryant visitedMr. I There will be a special meeting
and Mrs. G. W. Davis Sundaevening. WMS at Evergreen Church
yThurs.., Feb. 12. at ?:30 p. m.
.YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN!- Kenneth Mott of Key Wes t; The ladies of the First Baptist ...,.--
!' : ; ENTERPRISES visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Church of Starke will present the
W. H. Mott over the weekend. WMS Royal Service program for

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I Dr. Holt Called tc 1y1Tyyyy ,, latka. The event was the 'elebra-I Mrs. Thelma Dampier and Mrs.
I tion of his parents' 38th anniver- Evelyn Perry in the" Baptist Education -
To Community
MELROSE sary. Building Friday night;
Church PastorateThe r. Lions Elect Temporary Officers LAST CHANCE to mister for
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By Joyre RothhammrrMr. I Portable Sewing Machine: to b*
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Rev. Albert Campbell Holt. ,e temporary officers at their meeting given away at Rrdfearn's. Keystone
B. A., M. A. Ph. D. D. D.. a natIve .A6A& A4hA..aA. Thursday. These officers will Heights. Sat., Feb. 14, at
of Kansas City Mo. has: been J l tb Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Schultz of I serve until June. Elected were ; ,6 p. m. Nothing to buy. Just
called to the Community Churchof Bloom-iale, Pa. are here for a visit Henry Williams president: Lucien : come in and reghtter.
Keystone Heights and starts ry and are staying at Gold Head Johnson secretary-treasurer: Dr. ; Games \\ played and refreshments -
his ministry there Sunday, Feb. r Branch. Thursday night they had I C. R. Hook. Tail Twister, : and of cake and coffee were

15. dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. : Walter Mann Lion Tamer. served :o 40 guests. Mrs. Crouch
Dr. Holt was educated at Park :: Pieston.Mr. The Lions will conduct a medical received many lovely and usefuF
College. Parkville Mo.; Peabody t 1. and Mrs R. G. Logsdon survey to determine if this gilts$ : including seme from friends
College Nashville Tenn.; the s ; have moved to Mrs. E. W. Stien- ccmmrnity could support a doctor. who were unable to attend
Univercty of Chicago, and Mc-I I ert's cottage where the R. T. Cun- They will send out forms to 60 Mrs. Crouch is the former San: '
Cormick Seminary, Chicago. Ill.' f.mili in this community These .
Y, + ,v ninghsms lived prior to moving' dra Hinant.
Ee was for some time Professor I>, to Orlando. i j forms they will send to the Sears- Mrs Maxine Gaddum GuestSpeaker
cf and History and Dean at Tus- Mrs. Edward Allen and children ;, Roeburk Foundation which is at Woman's Club
culum College, and has taught at Cindy and Terry stopped here, sponsoring the survey and they Mrs. Maxine Gaddum Interior
Vanderbilt: and the University of foi a brief visit enroute to visit : will be analyzed to determine.Decorator from Gainesville, was
Louisiana. Since.1952 Dr. Holt has with Mr.and Mrs. Paul Allen near| whether or not.t' could support j jc guest speaker at the regular meeting
been Professor of History and Plant City. They were guests: ofj I doctor. of the Melrose Woman's Club.
I B'ble and Dean at Montreat Col- I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Blasingame I I Distinguished! guests at the' Hostesses for the meeting were'
t .. lege. Montreal. N. C. He has i. Open House Scenes .t?l*. ; at their home on Swan Lake. |peeling were Harry Elrod District i Mrs. Dorothy Cross Mrs. Pansy
travelled extensively in canada! In Woman Club i :Jl I ", .. They srill be back this week. | Governor of the Lions Club ITawes. and Miss Gladys Bach-
Mexico England. Scotland. Italy. f ard Mr. Kirkham. State Secretary. -
.. t b'' 1'f Mr. and Mis. John Chaippini man.
and Greece I' Sunday Afternoon : .l : t. were "lere for a short visit. I Melrose: Has Bos Service
Dr. Holt served his first mini- A Work Day was held at the! Five men. Earl Cherry. Dave I Effective Feb. 4. Melrose has.
stry as assistant pastor of the Officers and board members of i.- Baptist Church Saturday. | Barber. Paul France, Carl Ford had bus service from Gainesvilleand
First Presbyterian Church, Nashville the Keystone Heights Woman's iii. Mr. end Mrs. R. W. Becker and j i and J'm Neele. are new members. Jacksonville. We are served: i
Tenn., and was for 25 years I If Club are pictured above at the refreshment 1' t guests, Mr. and Mrs. J.W.. Becker i I'Three members. Harry Huffman by the Greyhound Bus Lines. The. '
f Pastor of the First Presbyterian i table during the or- of Sycamore. El. have returned; Archie Yoeman and Maxie King bus arrives from Jacksonville en-
t Church: in Jacksonville. In ad- ganization's open house last Sun- from a trip through Florida. They \ were icinstated. route to Gainesville at 9:20: a. m..
dition: to his teaching and mini- day afternoon. First row, left to ('moyl"the! fine fishing found in :Mrs Crouch Honoree 2-37 p jn. and 6.20 p. m. A bus-
stry, he has contributed articlesto right: Mrs Geo. L. Colgin, recording L'f Florida. at Stork Shower arrives from Gainesville enroute;
religious papers and publisheda secretary; Mrs. B. R. Weld Rev and Mrs. Stedham ;jted' Mrs. Dean Crouch was honoreeat to Jacksonville at 9:45 a. m.. 4:02l : :
bock. "Economic and Social Be- I treasurer: Mrs. John Karges, Rev. Stedham's parents, in Pa- a Stork shower given her by (Continued on next PagelREDFEARN'S
ginnings of Tennessee.'* i board; Mrs Roy Watkins, president i .
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TIlE RIGHT POINT for the :': vice president; Mrs. Henry Mick- b. 4 _
way you write. Come in and &e- i i le, corresponding secretary: Mrs.
leet your favorite ESTERBROOK W. B. Dawson board. Low(r left: Mrs. F. M. Walrath I sisted the Senior Club in bara SCuthwell, treasurer; Mrs. will

Fountain P -n. TELEGRAPH. Second row Il-rl] Mrs. S. E. Mc- I Sr. first president of the club i ii ating the club house. 1st redecor-I[ ] Edgar Akridge, recording secretary .
LAST CHANCE to register for Gay. :Mrs.: A. G. Louden. Mrs. A. i I fleftl is pictured with incumbent Mrs. Gene Williams, corresponding -I: ; 2nd row Il-rJ Mrs. E. F. .1
Portable Sewing: Machine to be P. CICS I.Y.Stevens Mrs. Herbert, and Mrs. Harold [president Mrs: Watkins. secretary; Mrs. Thos. E. Gar [Aiden, advisor; Mrs. W. A. Scales. .

given away at Redfearn's, Key- : Mrs.Sutton H. all members of the i t Lower: right: Members of the ner, president; Mrs. J. Fred Mull-I house chairman; Mrs. Joe Pawli- MAKE YOUR LAUNDRY DAYS EASIER :

stone Heights Sat., Feb. H, at 1 executive board. I Junior Woman's Club. who as- ing. 1st vice president; Miss. kowski. 2nd vice president.
6 P. m. Nothing to buy. Just .
came in and register on the illegal trash-dumping in
. I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy ,Chatauqua Heights. It all started

BLUE PINES BAR & GRILL it I II I Rosemary Daurer 'two trees local cr.and contractor three some weeks remants dumped ago, of when some con-a tfotpouit; HOME LAUNDRY PAIR ;.

IIiwa 3' 100 4 Mi. East of Keystone Heights !' n oman's. Club NewsI I give the "Response" to the "Wel- crete and ,scrap lumber near the
I Over. 200 people signed the come" at the Rctary District Sink Hole 'on Block 33. Other
GRILL NOW OPEN SERVING I!guest took at the Woman's Club Conference in Tallahassee this trash followed-mostly tin cans
STEAKS SHRIMP CHICKEN PIT BAR B-Q i 1 Open House on Sunday, Feb 8, coming week. About 15 of our local -I bottles and Jars. R
!despite inclement weather. Everyone Rotarians and their wives As there are public roads rightin \ -
present was very much im- plan '.J attend this conference. the midst of all that conglomeration -
'stone Heights 4072 pressed with the Club House "new Lions Club News the new Florida antidumping -
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---- Hook; Mr. and Mrs..Charles Wal- The Lions Club held a meetingon la'that carries a $50
tnius were recognized by Mrs. Monday evening Feb. 9. Theyare fine is in effect there. Nearby I
Maude Watkins, club president still working on plans for the home owners are standing by
for their outstanding work in the lighting of the school athletic ready to report auto.tag numberscf .
renovation of the Club House. field.: The Lions will have a boothat violators.So : :' :f' f'''
Some of the prominent guests attending the Clay Elecrtic Co-operative it seems, something CAN be '
the Open House were Annual Meeting from which they done.
Mrs. F. M. Walrath. Sr. first president -i will sell light bulbs and also solicit Woods Fire.On Swan Lake .
of the club in 1924, State I donations for eye examinations There was quite a large fire on 'i'... :
Representative Sam Saunders and I and lenses for the needyin Swan Lake last Tuesday Feb 4, .. ':". .....'...
HUNDREDS of DOLLARS lib- wife of Green Cove Springs the Keystone area. a very windy day! Fighting the
Mrs. Charley Johns, wife of the I I School News fire in ddition to the Keystone \ .-= ,
State Senator from Bradford The Mid-term honor roll, made Heights Fire Dept., was Melrose =--.=" ;:::'--,--
County, Mr. and Mrs Gene Matthews up of students earning no grade Florahome. and the Forest Ser- -
ON 1959 FORD N 0 W! of the Bradford County lower" than a "B"is as follows; 3rd vice aided by their airplane. It
Telegraph and Clay County grade. Dottie Hardenbergh, Rich- took four hours of hard work to
School Board Member, A. E. Anthony ard Purdy, Leslie Ann Beam, Con- get the fire under control.
and his wife. Pictures of nie Lyn Byrd, Glen Few, Roxana "Dog-Gone" NewsMiss"Freckles"
24 New Fords to Select FromWe the Club House and members were Vaddlejuli, Naomi Vaughn Pamela Belote has 3
taken to appear in the GainesvilleSun Edwards, Marcia Haberstroh, Diane brand sex puppies, which the Be-
and the Telegraph. Thanksare Thomas.; 4th grade Karen lotes' hope are all "Boxer". Mother -
are out of Used Cars. Thereforewe extended to the committeeswho I Cook Mickey Jackson, Linda An- and children are doing well. AUTOMATIC, ELECTRIC
helped make the Open Housea I thony Terry King; 5th. grade. Another canine in the news is
can offer you the BEST DEAL in success by the committee chair-I Renee Belote, Jane McMurtry, ."Lady", who is owned by Madeline WASHER &
men. Mrs. Emery Cooper Kathy McGlave, Norma Vallde- j Smith. Lady has been in the DRYER
I S E. McKay. juli. Nancy O'Connor; 6th. grade, I Vet. Hospital in Starke for the ,
The hostesses were Mrs. G. E. I Carol Stephenson Carol Baker; past four weeks and is now recuperating -
Wiggins. Mrs Al Nelson Miss 7th grade Marlene Linsin; 8th at home. She was ser-
NEW FORD! Barbata Southwell. Mrs. Wm.I glade, Jimmie Fox, Tommy iously injured with sharp object
Baker Mrs. A. Bamford Mrs. J. Thompson: Margaret Muir, Deanna which might have been a knife, BOTH e 90
A Williams Mrs. A. R. Gaunt I Lee. Dee Dee Hardenbergh'l resulting in a six inch gash which Only 11.75 Per Month
Mrs. J. Karges. Mrs. H. Mickle Home I required quite a number of stitch
Mrs. E. Fox, Mrs. R. Piper, Mrs.J. .I The Home Demonstration Club i er and a long stay in the hospital. For Just After Small Down
Habcrctroh, Cleva Carson Mrs. I Will hold its monthly meeting in Skating Party Payment or Trade.
DAVIS SENTRYTIRES C.A, Nelson. Mrs. Wm. Scales I the Assembly room at the Clay I Abovt 60 youngsters are expected -
and M..I. S. E. McKay. Mrs. Coop- I''j Electric Co-operative on Wed.I to attend the skating party in
er's committee members were I FebJ8. ?; 10 a. m. A sewing program Gainesville on Friday, Feb. 13. .
Mrs G'adyce Bachmann Mrs. Hix- I I[ will be presented on "Fit- S E. McKay is picking up the : Outstanding Features '. .
ic Davis Mrs. Fran Livingston. ting and Altering a Pattern." tab for admission and is also a "T- .
Mrs ojlvia O'Connor Mrs. Camille Chamber Of Commerce MeetingA chapercne. Others acting as ,"
.Stewart. Mrs. Eulla Walker. Chamber of Commerce meet- chaperon and driving the chil- /T Full-Time Lint Filter .(photo at left)

X -#- Mrs Marian Prevatt Mrs. Wildt. will be held in the Keystone State dren to Gainesville will be Martha t '... :. '' ., 10-Pound Capacity
,Mrs. .Edith: Larsen Mrs. Cora I Bank on Monday, Feb. 16, at 8 p. Snellen. Pan Thompson Mr. and .(.. ,: ti.. /
Marshburn. Mrs. Lucille Massa. m Officers will be elected anda Mrs. H. L. Sutton. Irene Brault. Triple-Action Rinsing
Virginia Garner. Irene Terrell,I program set up for the coming George and Lucille Massa. Mrs. ) ..
GUARANTEED I I ,I I Judy Cunningham and Martha year. Th! Chamber needs the support M. L. Sibley. Mrs Doris Sunder- ; "','9" ,,/. Partial Load Control
UF1 OF TIRE I Gardn"r. of all Keystone residents in land. Mrs. E. TJklartin. Mrs. Eve-
FOR HAZARD Don, forget the. Card Party on Older to be successful in promo-I rett Fox and Bill and Edna Bak-

1. ALL GUARANTEEhaunts ROAD ;adudiag Thursday pprson. Feb. 19, at 1:30. $1 a ting interested interest in in this our area.communityis Everyone er.Annual Public Health MeetingThe LIBERAL TRADE FOR YOUR PRESENT WASHERJust

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"s' a,d huses.bw.a.w Junior Woman's Club News invited to attend this meeting. Clay County Health Nurses Call An Estimate
AND Us For
WORKMAN SHIP ANTEE Final arrangements have been Mrs Schaeffer Honored Advisory Council will hold their .
Z. ATEAIAIS GUAR, aueaen made for the Sadie Hawkins At Morning Coffee annual meeting on Tues. Feb. 17
au 'k acts. Dance to be held at the Fire Friday morning, Mrs. GladyceBachnmm at 7:30 p. m. in the Episcopal
"a CO knPLET E SATISFACTION House Sat. Feb. 21 at 7:30 p. m. : was hostess at a Parish House in Green Cove GIANT SIZE BOX BLUE CHEER
3. GUARAtEEAu The tickets will be 25c each and morning coffee in her home on Spring. Interested persons are b
adiuWM u c utent seamg? can be purchased from representatives Lake Keystone, honoring Mrs. invited to attend to hear about FOR EACH CALL RECEIVED!
peat sad b++d o is k+s I"' at the Keystone Elementary Mary K. Schaeffer. After the the work of this group. Professional -
Pe aiiag,ct vilhanc juwae t alb Bradford. Melrose and Green guests had all arrived, Mrs. Bach- nursing service is availablein
J r Cove Springs schools as well as mann presented Mrs. Schaeffer the home through your doctor
at Ducky's Dept. Store. Dancing with a beautiful handcrochetedbaby or by calling this group. It is listed -
i will be accompanied by live music carriage robe, which she had under Nurses Public Health
las well as recordings, with prizes made herself Mrs. Bachroann Council. Green Cove Springs Fla. LAST CHANCE to register for PORTABLE SEWING
6.70x15RAYON awarded for "Specialty" dances. served refreshments of coffee, 6611. Service is given to everyone,
i Don't forget the Valentine Party nuts, mints and several kinds of regardess: of race creed or color. MACHINE to be given away by Redfearn's Saturday,
CORD 12.95 for the husbands of the club, coffee cake. Anyone interested in attending

members tonight. Feb. 12. at the LAST CHANCE to register obe, this meetng. contact Mrs. E. F. Feb. 14, 6 P.M. Nothing to buy. Just come in and registerREDFEARN'S
Black Tube Type Club House at 8 p. m. Portable Sewing :Machine to Alien. Her phone number is 5-
Rotary Club News given away at Redfearn's Key. 2975.
At last Friday's Rotary meeting,, stone Heights Sat, Feb. '14. al t t Duplicate Bridge Club
Plus Tax and Old Tire Pete Honey, a representative ol f t 6 p. m. Nothing to boy. :Just The Duplicate Bridge Club held

Westinghouse in Jacksonville,, come in and register. its regular Monday game on Jan.
NO MONEY DOWN YOUR OLD TIRE IS spoke on the operation of the heal Along with the guest of honor,, 26. using the Mitchell movement.
pump developed by Westinghouse.. other guests included: Mrs. Pat, Winners fcr high score were as
DOWN PAYMENTREDFEARN'S This week's speaker, on Feb. Pawlikowski, Mrs. Dell Kyle, Mrs., follows:' North and South tying,
13, will be John Hyman who will]l Jean Fox. Miss Anna McCullough,, Mrs. Nan Hopkins and her daughter -
present a film on the electrical l l Mrs. Lu Nelson. Mrs. Mary Ryan, Mrs. ,Edith Larson of Lake
industry entitled "Pioneers ol Mrs. Mildred Sutton. Mrs. Edith I Geneva.and Mrs. Ann Underwood
Progress." Mr. Hyman is the regional -. Smith. Mrs. Helen Conneen. Mrs,, Bissell f'the Underwood Motel 'Where Service Assured"I
manager of advertising ant l Kitty Martin Mrs Mary Kimball,, ir Starke and Mrs. Margaret I

Keystone Heights, Florida promotion for Hotpoint Florids I and Mrs. Lucille Slarnes. Beshgitoor. of Midland Mich. PHONE 9391 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .'I
Company. The Dumping Situation Second High was Mrs Louise
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The Bulldogs went to Ft. White teacher, gave the closing prayer. and Bradlcy's daughter Kim grandmother Mrs. Alma Clark Rowe. Sunday.Mr. Omnlle Brookins. Everyon: wel

MPLROSEiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA planning to play in a new gym KEYSTONE .The social hour\ followed with de-, .*n>en. Bradley Larrcu. ?as lie-; I'ast weekend. and Mrs. Thomas CTBrian come.
but wound up playing on an out- HIGHLIGHTS hcous refreshments served by Mrs. eased from service and is'mak- LAST CHANCE to register for and children and Verble Anderson -
AA& &&, door 'clay and sand court in the Fallin. They were 13 members lug his home here. Portable Sewing Machine to be : visited Rev. and Mrs. Orville :

[Continued from Page One] rain The Indians' new gym' had .&t# &.&& tI tf & preep:. Mrs. Louise Stuhie. who spent given away 'at Redfearn's Key Brookins Thursday night. LEE'S DRIVE-IN
stone Heights Sat Feb. 14. at Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and
not been approved by the state. her mother, ,
(Continued from Paze One] The .Ambasadors, the intermediate weeks visiting .
p. m. and 5:00: p. m. ,, 6 m. Nothing to buy. Just children of Cocoa were visitors of
Wesconnett The game was tied at the end I boj J class, met Thursday iirs. P. I. 'H ivey. left KeyiVnccr THEATREPhone
The bus'v.ill stop at of the first quarter, but the Bulldogs Lng.!'dnn and Mr. Louis Kyle. evening at 8"at the home *of Mr. her home in'Roslindale. Mass. come in and register. Mr. Brookjns'; parents Saturday. _

Middleburg. Jet. Highway scored only two points while Third High was Mrs. Gena prd| Mrs. Bill Spanieling on Lake last T..lUm1ay. Mr. ;Rd Mrs. .Qscar G. Halverson Rev and, Mrs. Orville Brookinsand -.1113Keystone -
21 School and News 16. Keystone Heights. 'fiT Indians tallied 13' in the second Christufcrs and Mrs.'Lucille r- Santa Fg. David White president.grcMd Bob Lambert of Knoxville attended a birthday dinner at I their guests visited Mrs.Brooku's Height, Fla.

q-iarter.; In the final half the d over the" business m.e.etit'S. Mrs. Halverson's brother and sisterinlaw : mother. Mrs. Phillip -
: ... :! Tenn. visited Mr and MrsCharWillenius -
In a recent assembly the FHA! Indians out-scored Melrose ry.East and West first :a d-riiS.; Lloyd D.O&teen's Sullivan Sunday in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
only High were: Mr. Spaulding gave the closing I les last weekend.Scotty Mr.: FlU.. SAT., SUN.
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girls save a skit. "FHA on Trial. "' -i_ Ann Jones of Hampton
or two points. The final score was Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston; sec- prayer.; Social hour followed home in Hollister J last
The prupose of the skit was to and Ralph Thomas Jr. visited her mother-in-lavr, Mrs. Feb. 13. 14. 15
1730. scnd. Mrs. Louise Bachman and aId refreshments were served. Sunday. The dinner was in honor
of Gainesville: visited their grandparents '
show tile purpose and advantages The Melrose lassies continued Mrs Dell Kyle; third. Mrs. Louise Community ,ChurchDr. cf their mother, Mrs. Sarah L. Edna Jones Sunday.Mr. .
cf the FHA. It served to enlighten Mr.: and Mrs. W.. L., Reynolds and Mrs. Harold Griffis FLAMINGFRONTIER _
their winning spree with a 54-35 Nelson and Mrs. Whitney Wy- A. E. Holt will hold his first I Osteen who .was eighty-one years ,
last weekend.Mr.
students who weren't .'
and of Palatka visitedMr.
brother-in- I
victory over the Ft. White girls. Old. Mrs. Halverson's
with what the FHA 'does. Marcia Hilliard was high-scorer man.On Monday Feb. 2, the Howell I seivice 15. Mrs.at S.11 W.a.Goodwin m. Sunday Gaines Feb. and Mrs. C. L. Sipe spent law and sister.. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Griffis' parents Mr. and ;

Saturday the Future Farmersof with :20: tallies. movement was used. High Score I ville'iU be in the three 'days last week visiting Anderson, and son from Jackson Mrs. Arnold Griffis over the
a guest singer
Bruce Bennett Jim Davis
iriends in Lake Worth and Orlando. weekend. ,
America and Future Homemakers Nan the dinner.
Friday night, the Anthony Red was won by Mrs. Hopkins choir. Mrs. Goodwin has been a ville aiso were at
of America attended the Devils took an early lead and and her daughter Mrs. Edith*Nelson member of the First Presbyterian I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weaver of Iris Ann Gainey and Patsy 0'- Technicolor Cinemascope
Tampa State Fair Saturday. A were never seriously threatenedby : second by Mrs. Ann Under- Cfioir for 25 'years. Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Fuller of i Jacksonville spent last week with Brian were guests of Linda Brook- .5. f.

school bus took them and brought the Bulldogs as they defeated wood Bissell and Mrs. Ann James; Sjiacase: N. Y. will spend three Mrs. "Weaver's grandmother, Mrs. ins Sunday.Mr. .
them home. We're sure'they enjoyed Melrose 50-30 at Anthony. I third by Mrs. Louise Logsdon. and The Woman's Circles will meeton weeks as guests at the Park-of- Alma Clark. and qther relatives and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian
it. Louis Kyle. Monday Feb. 16.circle No.. ,1, the Palmb. Mr. Fuller's nephew, and son James Gene Griffis and i Health FactsIrritation
for the Red Devils
High Florahome.
.. scorer here n
Mrs. J. Albrecht Ileaderl( ] at"the is' I IUJs.
Dr Morris Everett Fuller, associated 'Verble Anderson visited Rev. and
A movie was shown to the student was Blackburn with 21 followed New members are invited to attend Ercell and children,
home of Mrs. Edwin Dwyer at 2 Mrs. Sapp
with HCJB. as Orville Brookins :
body last week entitled, by Ronnie Grantham with 17.Larry !these meetings which are Frank and Judy of Grandin spent Sundayafternoon. of the nervous system
aptains Courageous." The movie Cooper led the Bulldogs held each Monday evening, at 7:30: pm. the "Voice of the Andes. Dr. several days the first of the week I educes function of the organs, involved
was sponsored by the Student with 15 tallies. in the Woman's Club. Circle No. 2. Mrs. David Nelson Fuller is now on furlough in New ia Gainesville. Bro. Gene Griffis caught a rat- thus lowering vitality and
f Ileaderl at the home of MrS. F. York will return to Shell
Council Newcomers but soon tie snake last week by lassoing it
and is considered educa- The Melrose girls made it 14 resilience to infection.
tional. wins in 16 starts as they whippedthe Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Piper have E. Stitchberry at 1:30 p. m. Co- Mera. Equador with his wife andsen Phillip Seigler arrived from with :i string around its neck. He ,

Melrose Beaten By Ft. White Anthony lassies 45-28. Ilene recently moved to Keystone fromSt hostes-.es Mrs. Maude Koch' and children.Mrs. I; Aiken, S. C. to spend the weekend was going to give it to the zoo but Cold and flu respond very rapidly
Anthony, Strickland led the winners with Louis Mo. They purchasedthe Mrs. R. Dodd. Mary Chadwick of Washington with his fattier R. L. Seigler I he choked it to death with the to spinal adjustments., .

I? points. new house built by Charles Circle No.3. Mrs. H. Mickle D. C. will be visiting Mr. and family in Grandin. string. It had 11 rattles and was
The Melrose Bulldogs droppeda Tuesday night the Bulldogs will Willenms on Rt. 21 just outsidecf [leader] in the Educaticn Build- and Mrs. Henry Mickle this week. Mrs. Carl Cox has been ill at I 4 feet long. He killed it in Clay Yon can save time, money and
Kama: to Ft. White Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. William E. Shawof the Doctor's Hospital in Starke County.We suffering; if you see your Chiropractor
host Bunnell in the Melrose High town. Mr. Piper retired as a supervisor ing at 1:30 p jn. Hostesses Mrs. i
night and another to Anthony gymnasium. at Western Electric in S. McDonald and Mrs. M. Crosby. Unwnville, Pa. spent? tw, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Francis be able to"return home to Grandin was not able to be in services withus
SI. Louis on Dec. 31. The Pipers' Nightingales, :Mrs. L. Starnes I : without obligation. _
TRINITY EPISCOPAL Etari.: They are now touring the this .reek. Sunday. Hope she is feeling
KEYSTONEJEWELERS chose Keystone as their retire [leader] at the home of Mrs.: D.Kyle :
CHURCH. MELROSE ment home because of its beau at 8 p. m. Co-hostess Mrs. State, visiting friends and a better next week and can be withus Phone or Visit the
JL H. Breyfogle. Minister tiful appearance the climate and Harold Lawrence. brother. They may return to Key- yyyyyyyvyvyvrvvyvvvvvvVGRIFFIS we miss her very much. DR. H. G. BOLLINGER '
Expert Watch Repairing J : Sunday School, 8:45 a. m.the I fact that it is close to relatives -! Rebeccas Mrs. J. Hetherington stone, on their way home. Miss Shirley Brown visited her CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
11::15. Episcopal'Young People, R. L. Brault was home for the LOOP sister. Mrs. Cecil Rowe Sunday.
Quality Line Jewelry who live in Jacksonville. [leader], at the home at Mrs. DSundeiland 1 728 E. University, Ave.
Morning Prayer, and Sermon. weekend last week. Mr. Brault. Boatdrain Baptist Church
Pclatka, Lake Butler\ and Lake at 8 p. m. Gainesville Phone 6-3231
Walter M. Muhlhofer 7:30'p. m. Holy Communion' each City. On Saturday, Feb. 14. Miss Bessie who is in the Navy has been assigned '.8' Verble AndersonAAAAAALA&AAAALALIAAAAAL Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning ,S

first Sunday Tea Honoring Mrs. Ings Rutherford is holding a Valentine to the USS Newport News.I. worship, 11 a. m.: Training 426 N. Walnut St.

r -. And Kirs.' Bird Silver Tea at the Baber's cottage Ptnney qf East Boston. Mass. & Union. 6:30: p. m.: Evening worship. Starke, Phone WO <4-2181<
David Nelson held tea is is in Keystone,for a visit with his 7:30 and Prayer meet
ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE Mrs. a on Lake Rcsa. Everyone Mr.and Mrs. .Thomas "Brianand : p jn.
at her home Friday Feb. 6 from invited to attend.St. son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vtrble Anderson! visited Mr. .

2 Bedrooms, Dining Area, Living Room, Kitchen, Tile 3 to 5 p. m., honoring Mrs. Walter ] Anne's Episcopal Church Douglas Penney. the and Mrs. Jessie Hardenbrook of KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's

Bath, Hardwood -Floors,' Floor Furnace, Lots of Stor- Inis.: age 95 of Westcreek. N. The Lenten speaker! this year Mrs. Ruth Olson attended Colley. Road recently.
J., and Mrs. Ella Bird. ge 93 of will be the Rev. Gustis Fletcher,, funeral of her cousin's husband Edward Green visited, his par- Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
Three old. located. in
age, Carport. years Centrally
Keystone Heights. Mrs. William Rector of Holy Trinity Church, James Grennan. in; Bradenton ents. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green
town, near shopping, doctors, beach, and churches. Walz of Asbury Park N.'J. and Gainesville. Mr. Fletcher has been: last week. Mrs. Brennan returned ever the weekend. t SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY-

Financing arranged. Far above average, on well land.staped i Mrs. Joseph: Romlin of Westcreek. a Brazilian Missionary and also; (, Keystone' with Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Arnold Griffis and Mrs.

lot. N J. were also guests. Mrs. Charier htaded: a Theological school 'in I will stay for a short visit before Ecna Jones; Fere visitors of Mrs. Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner

Smith poured assisted by Mrs. Brazil. The Lenten service will beheld ,. r.eturning to Bradenton. Minnie Norman! Sunday after I : .s V -.
S. E. M KAY REALTOR Helen Kennedy and Mrs. Alma this Friday. evening Feb. 13,, A correction is in order. .Mr. noon.
-- moved into
Frost. Mrs. Bird read excerpts at 7:30: p. m. preceded, by a p from a book entitled'"Han'est of luck supper at 6:39.: the Meckler home and not the Mrs. :Mora: Clark over the ..
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051---4151--4209 the Years". written by a life long Lane"Jackson, Susan Davis Pal; Mickle home as stated in last weekend. Hutten Lee is stationed

I blind friend Charlotte Reeve. LaMee, DeDe. Hardenhergh. and i I week's editf Qn. Mrs. Henry Micklesays in" Columbia.'S. C. FOR EVERYWORTHWHILE

I Conovcr. when she was 80 years Darlene' Campbell attended the! her apartment is still for We were glad to have Mrs. San-

old. Mrs. Ings who prites po/jtry./ Annual: l All 'Youth Conference. ir I rent.Mr. ford and sons and Mrs. Margaret
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY recited, tWQ of her poems entitled Jacksonville last Sunday. and Mrs. Donald R. Morgan Thomas in services Sunday night
"When Nature'Stirs" and "pne LAST CHANCE to register fpi r attended the Revelers : with, us.There.
DEPENDABLE. .. 24-HOUR SERVICE Day."" Portable Sewing Machine to tx Jacksonville last Friday as guests will be a mass meetingat S
Girl Scout News given away at Redfearn's Key. of Mr. and Mrs. Leville Richard Heilbronn Springs. Baptist

Day Phone Kite Phone I Mrs. Fremont Tolles district 61 stone Heights, Sat., Feb. 14. at son.Mrs. who liveson Church Thursday night, Feb. 19. J{ Furniture
SAF-GAS t chairman. attended a district It p. m. Nothing to buy. Just Chester Moody Those wishing to attend can meetat
4331 2582 meeting in Green Cove Springs come :n and register.St. Brooklyn" Bay Circle. recently Boatdrain about 7 p. m. J{ Signature

last Tuesday, Feb. 10. The group Anne's Vestry met Wednes had eye surgery in Jacksonville] Mr.: and Mrs. A. W. Brown

COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING at the meeting consisted of day. Feb. 11 at 7:30 in the Parish resulting from an accident suffered visited 'their son-in-law ande1IilltiCOllfrO1 Auto
neighborhood chairmen from House. They studied one of the four months ago. She is 1
a' neck and
Most.; Complete\ Line of ILuiaa. Heating Equipment. in North Putnam and Clay counties. last two chapters in the little' alsq now wearing I Real EstateTOWN
. brace as'a result of this
I < *- )jtj-" .- The Brownies have another Yellow Book." shoulder

Florida. If Vou Plan todd; Heat This \VinterSee<< Us First. brand new member, Betsy Glis- The Episcopal Young Church same accident. '
on.This brings the total number men meet every Sunday eveningat Quite few of our residents are S FOR DEPENDABLE
of members to 14. Since only 16 7 p. m. They begin Worship I in the Bradford County Hospitalthis '
I girls ai-e allowed in a troop, if service in the Church and continue -I week. They are C. J. Sample, .lInaMiold a Oomnerctal

here are any more 3rd. or 4th. the evening until 8:30: in Mrs. Kenneth Biddle. Mrs. W. P. ,Peat Control.

grade pirls interested in becoming .the Parish House. All young children -I.Wilson and Mrs. Annie Lewis.
:i Biownie. they should join now i in the community are Invited I'm sure they would enjoy a Grove Spraying S I
before the club is closed to new to attend.St. cheerful card or word from their FINANCE CO.
SAVE STEPS. Call FR 6-2661
members. William's Catholic Cruirrh Keysto.ie' friends.

They meet every Friday after Dont forget the Bake Sale on Mr. and Mrs. Stanley George .
with Florida Pest Control 114 W. Call St. Starke Fla.
neon after school in St. William's Saturday. Feb. 14, in front of the returned to Keystone to visit ,

Club: room. The Brownies made Post Office. Since the mail is Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thiele fora & Chemical l Co. Phone WO 4-9091
plans for their Investiture service dispatched earlier now, the Altar few days before returning
Bank by MAILtill' which will be held on Friday. Society will try to- start r the sale their' home in Stoney Point. N. Y. U N. W. 16th Are.

Feb. 13 at 8:15: p. m. in the Club earlier than usual to be .able to Mr. and Mrs. William Fergesenof ItIIVDle! Florida

room.A sell to the folks who pick up their Ft. Montgomery N. Y. are expected S 5-
visit the Thieles for a -- -------
new Brownie troop had its mail early in the day. to ,
first meeting Tuesday. Feb. 10 in The Catholic Club held its yew days this week.
the Educational Building at the: monthly covered dish supper- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan. Jr.
Community} Church. This new. meeting Monday, Feb. 2. Besidesthe : and young son. Peter left onMOnday' Ihere : an Easier WayDRY

troop :is made up of girls age 7 or 14 members present. there morning for Wilmington.!;
ir the 2nd grade. At the present were two guests Mrs. Louis Stuhie Del. to attend the funeral of Mr.
time there are ? members. However of Roslindale, Mass. and Mrs. Morgan's' father who died during / ,

16 members are allowed in a Stone. Mrs. Lena Clemens' do- the weekend. The many YOUR CLOTHES .
a troop' : so any girls in the 2nd. rated two vases for altar. Mrs. friends of the Morgan's sympathize ,

grade or age: 7 may still join this Paul Harvey -donated. a. holy water witn them in their loss. J I-

group. At their meetng Tuesday. fount. COMMUNITY CHURCH OF' JNDOORSSIEVEN ;
the girls made valentines for Lenten services will be held KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
their parents. every Monday evening at 7:30 '
James D. Fait Organist
The Melrose-Keystone troop will through Lent. They will be held Choir! Director. I. diELEcTRIcALLY

go on a Brunch hike'" this Saturday on Wednesday evenings' at 7:30: Services: Church School 9:45>>
morning"at 9 a. m. startngat ir. Starke. 9-In. Morning Worship 11 ..m.
Let Uncle Sam deliver deposits withdrawals -
,.. your ... the Parish House. This will be The Altar Society will hold its !
the maximum of convenience.THE 8 "Penny" hike which means monthly: meeting Tues. Feb. 17, at St. Wflliam's Catholic Chapel. ;

the girls will toss a penny to decide 7:30: in the Church. Club room.' Keystone Heights _

KEYSTONE STATE BANK wnether to turn right or left Personals Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. Eliminate washday stooping, bending, '
Mrs. Earl Kleinfelder of Camden Mass at 7:00 m.
at corner. Hojyday : a. !
stretching pinning, hiding! Be free of .. _
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community CHURCH NEWS Tt>fU1. is visiting her daughter Tuesday Mass at 8:00:: a. m. S _

Keystone.: Heights, Fla. I First Baptist Church and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Confessions before aH Masses. weather worries-wind,dust fading sun! -

Member F.D.I.C. Everyone Is invited to attend Edgar Akridge and young "Scotty" Baptisms- marriaees' : and instructions Dry all your washabke! -even dtintieefc!

the 'World Day of Prayer" at the Akrid e: M'rs. Kleinfelder arrived -, .' by. -appointment.ST. .. : nylon*-indoors. ..eUctricclly. Clothe
S I First Baptist Church on Friday, Tuesday evening. '
r AXVS EPISCOPAL that are dried electrically) out fluffy,
:-, Feb. 13. at 7:30 P4 m. Mrs. Alma Blizzard is expected -

The Fay Circle met on Tuesday home from Chicago. 111. on Wednesday CHURCH, ,.KEYSTONEM. bright,wrinkle-free, ...many. need no iron
H. Brerfogle. Minister .
rr.orning. at 9:30: at the home of Feb. 11. She" has been and Sermon. ing! So win complete freedom from wash -
ToThePeopleOfKeystolle Mrs.: J. R. Smith. The meetingwas visiting her"brother and sisterinlaw. Horning Prayer .
opened with prayer by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William'Serfert 8:30>: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. day drudgery!Own the"Thrifty Three" / _

C. C. Ashley. Mrs. J. D. Paytonwas of Chicago. Holy Communion each first Sun- ...an automatic electric washer, dryer f

Heights and Vicinity in charge of the Royal Service Roy Chasteen's mother, Mrs. J. day. Parish 6:30 Supper each third and ironpr...and live better,electrically! '.(' ,
Yednesday. p. m.
Program. Mrs. Smith closed W. Lee of Atlanta, Ga., visited { f

the program with pra/er. Mrs. E. the. Chasteens' last week. Mrs. Lee KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLAFRST iadvde .,
picas ,
sari .
L. Brice. chairman presided over i? visiting! Roy's son. Jim Cb4-f BAPTIST CHURCHJ.

\Ve wish to take this opportunity to the business: meeting. Mrs. Smith teen and family- in Starke'. this .: 1*. Smith, pastor. '..RalpnCopeland. uuI, .I.ctncw.tsrhutintool! i I -, I i'. _

thank for wonderful patronage served refreshments to the 12 meek. Minister of Music and 5; .$ 'lim.mhr..itschapsrfo; p f /

you your members and one visitor present. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. H- mmer. church. organist. a04ltctric in yoir laundry rim / I

you are now giving us and The Nell Pearce Circle met on schmidt' of'Jacksonville visited Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : cambiMtiot of fails! _
Tuesdry at 9:30' : a. m. at the Mr and Mrs.; Roy Ch steen.1ast m. liornin 1i Worship, 11,a., m. ft vst t

invite you to come over more often: home of Mrs. A. G. Loudon. Eleven weekend. Mrs. Hammerschmidt! I 'I'ap'ipr; !; Union 6:45:: p. m. Evening -

and two visitors were present. and .Mrs.. Chasteen are sisters.. ; services 7:30 p..in., .
and delicious food moderate I
enjoy our at One of the visitors was Mrs. J.W Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt., ;Sr4had ; .

prices. Lee of Atlanta' GaT Mrs. Stella .as their guests on Thursday I i yyyyvyvwwyvvyvvvvvVVVV'' / ; /,
Stanley gave an interesting pro- I Feb. 5. their son and'family. Mr. I .'

Wp: HAVE A IMltlE; PRIVATE DINING ROOM gram entitled "Co-operative Dollar -I and M.-S. R. A.Gaunt, Jr. of Jack FLORAHOMEAND -. I WIRE I ff rn

CATERING; TO CLUBS. AND PRIVATE l Stretches Far". Mrs. Marsh- scnville and their two daughters- GRANDIN _
PARTIES burn spoke briefly on a, prayer Lynn and Michele. BEATS /
entitled "From Darning To Yarn- Richard T. Lovorn will be In 67 DaneAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

.CAM WO J 1 .9291 FOR DETAILS: ing. M's. Dodd opened with pray- Oklahoma City. Okla. for 6 weeks FIRE. .;.
ST.\RKE/FLA. ei and presided over thebusthess attendins! an F. F. 4. training.
mretin*:. Mrs. Roy Chasteen closed program.: Mr. Lovorn is employedat M? and' Mrs. Roy P. Walters

with prayer. The hostess was Imoson Airport. from Alpina. Mich. called on Mr.Walter's L5.

CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS assisted by Mrs. A. E. Anthony in Mr. and Mrsv. Frank Overhlser :: niece and nephew-in-law' ,H ;
!!ervinsr refreshments.The cf Bath. N. Y. have recently ar- tyf. and,Mrs' Garrett Dinkla and -.- ,.. :
Harriet Kely class met r.ye4 J atthe Lake Geneva ':I'ri1.erClurt family -here' in Florahome. 'last. '! i

l\-fond?evening at 8 with Mrs. E.: on Rt. 100. Their, son,and Sunday afternoon!

J. Fal'm' at her home on Lake dfUBher-in-law, Mr. and .Mrs. Mr.and. 'Mrs. Oscar G. H -lvern your efcctnc appliance/ oWtr// _

GARDEN RESTAURANT Grnev.i. for a regular monthly Owen Overhiser, live at. the Trailer were dinner'guests. of Mr
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business and social meeting. Mrs.' Court. HalvepcnXbrother! jhd sisterinlaVI'MfandrMrs..B. .

Gco.; Iurrlnudrti\ Ioh'iPY KopeJusosMgr.N. .. J 'R. 'Smith cpened with prayer There are four generations- at Oi "Haivef-; PLtRIBA PtWER LIGHT COMPANY fm1 _
and Mrs. Fallm gave the devotinnal. the L ke' Geneva Trailer: Court son. i in Gainesville i on Vednesdajevening '
..TvJc,3' .. Starke, Fla. Mrs. Frank Jones. class these days.'They'are Mrs. Nan -of ia st vpet 1 S I BwiW Florida
I presidtnt presided! over the busi Hopkinsher- _-'daughter E41th !I!. and, %trs. Kirby Elixsoa ol f '
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THURSDAY.. .. .-- ___ __ ________ ___._____ _____ __ _--J_
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At The Tab le rvvv.mt; iivvvvYvvVv.mIIEILBRONN \usband. Harvey. May we remem- Mrs. E. L. Cox returned hcme ster studies at the University. daughter; Mrs. Lois iirrn'n' end

l I *erJto prj y'In"the'behalf afeach' Saturday after compieting his two I Guests during the weekend of son, also of Jacksjony&c, yuUetj

The 'musical Scotsman Dr. t of these; and others in the community ,weeks-Naval Reserve.. Training at Mr. 'and.Mrs. Ernie Johns were with them Suna ". .i." n

11 who are in ,ticknes,and :Key.West: He and his sister, Mar L'1eirron.. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Guess that's gjjoul alj. May God
CHURCH NEWS Jchn .McNeill. of Alexandria. Va. By Mrs. Btajtj McCartJiyaaaaaaaaiaaA.AaAA4fa4AA pin.Peason'Cex" V .. .ilyn returned to Gainesville, Sun-j Jchns and family of Jacksonville,I always bless you and you and especially
will minister at the Gospel Ta-
r r son of Mr. and :d .y'to rem* their second seme visiting Saturday :and their you. ';v'-.bre: JlOW.;
bernacle in; music and message: .,. .. .,

f beginning Sunday morning, Feb. Howdy, Folks and a very tap: ;:;;_ I -- -- ----,J
py Val ntine's Day to each of you.
'- I5: and continuing through the .-' ---
I, Yep Saturday Feb. 14. is St. I 'J F
t 81 t. Edward's Catholic Church Methodist ChurchSunday week. The public is invited. Valentine's Day a day of giving : '

I Starke,_ Florida Bible School is being taught ina gifts and cards to that special THE CHURCH fOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH 2'1

, Men's Club Break- vital way. at the Tabernacle? One of your life. The usage no .
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. .
, Hojyday Masses at .8:30: a. m. & fast, 8 a. m.; Church School for and parents are urged to take advantage doubt grew out of tle old potion, 1 IfI J t. 1I' tt.w .

$:30 p. m.Weekday. I ell ag?s. 9:45 a. m.; Morning Worship of these lessons if their : alluded to by Chaucer & Shake- .. .
U a. m.; MYF. 6 p. m.; speare that on this day birds first .
Mass at 8:00: a. m. children are not attending elsewhere I
Worship, 7:30: m.: ,
J JEiening p. choose their mates. Thus don't .
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 '
A nursery and Junior Church .
ar. forget your special Valentine and !
p. I If held during morning worship I here's hoping you are rememberedtoo. J-\. i-' ..
Baptisms, marriages and instructions 1 service each Sunday. Our services,' First Christian Church ... :" ".

by appointment. from 11:30 til ,.. : t
i are broadcast : noon Now for the address of Warren .. tl
Station 'WRGR. Morning worship, 11 a.m. '
over j
Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie
I Tuesday Prayer group sponsored -. Rev. J.! E. Sherwood, pastor Johns who recently entered the -xv. ,.

I by Woman's Society of I Sunday School 10 a.m. U. S. Army: Pvt. Warren O ,
'. Christian Service. 9:30: a. m. A Youth Johns, R. A. No. Com 1 # I
Churcn 7 p.m. 14686201 . a ? t
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study course "Other Cultures"will it I IJ' '
.J' I Wednesday Prayer Meeting P2ny3rd., Battalion, Fort Y "!a : t 1 1 "
Mrs. E. V. -
be presented by ;
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Jackson. S. C. Warren
7:30 appre ., 3,1, n I 1
pm.Adult J
chairman of Missionary
Widegrcn I[ ciate our prayers and letters.Deepest .'). Ip I
Education. This will be followed Choir practice 6:45: p.m. # ttFT 1 t'
sympathy is extendedto ,
dish luncheon anda Wednesday. / I
by co\ered
Rev and Otis T. Jquesand '.
Mrs 1 .
JW short business session. Ladies Council, lit And 3rd family in the recent death of a -_-_ ._ ***. i.

\ Wednesday Story Hour for Tuesday nighta.Everybody ,vi < '
Rev. Jones' step-father. May the: : ..
the primary age, 3:30 p. m.; welcome to each Good Lord bless and comfort each ,'r. ; : : at v y." V** ,'..

ArJ the U'Ofd. was made Prayer meeting and Bible study service one of. this. family. as only. He and i I. '. .. '.' ,
flesh] and dwelt among us, (and in Fellowship Hall. 7:15: p. m.; Kc' alone "" ., '. .
we beheld: his glory, the glory can do. . ,
Chancel Choir .
rehearsal in the .
as.of ihc:: only begotten of the We will be looking forward to .. .
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Father: .) full of grace and truth. sanctuary. p. m. CHURCH an interesting report by Mrs. E. 1'1'iJ:7LiL
JOHN 1:14: We invite everyone to worshipwith Sunday school 10 a. m. MornIng L. CQ; in our next week's cplumn "" ,. ..
us at all services. Worship 11 a. in. 1 :
concerning the Home Demonstration ; ...'
-- Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening: Wore Club meeting held In' her r J. .. .......
ship. 7:30: p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant home this afternoon. [Too late .. : ,. ;':- ". -
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. I CHURCH ; : : !. .
pastor. for publication in this issue). : .
j School 9:45
Sunday a. m. ,
The elementary PTA met in
Morning Worship H A.M. ,
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and "
NEW RIVER the elementary cafeteria Tuesday of'. -V / .
7:30 I
m. Prayer Meeting
Training I'nion 6:15; F.M. p. BAPTIST CHURCH evening of last week. Mrs. Hatcher -. .' .
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship president presided during the 1 ?ax \
Evening Woshrip! 7:30 p.'(. George C ism pastor. Everybody -
welcome. Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Ser meeting.: Jimmie Chasteen rendered .

PRAYER 3IEKTLVG lz 7 p. m. Prayer KllaDr'eta the devotional for the evening .!

Wednesday 7:30 F.M. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday 7:30 p.m.PENTECOSTAL followed by reports from 'the \'. {

*. Premillennial Fundamental HOLINESS secretary treasurer correspond- .. a try + .?.y,., ..I ," !

Mason Street Missionary. Seven miles south o! CHURCH ing mittees.secretary and various com ..... .p o.:4..ws-..arn.rott- ...10. : .. t

Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- Sunday School 10 a. m.: Morning revised .... ;. .. tilt CHutci torn *tt '.!.J :...." i
The .
by-laws '
were ,
r ALL POK tilt CMVfr ;;
Baptist Church ham pastor. Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange-. read by Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Room :: .'. '\ '
Sunday School. 10 a. m.. Wor- listic services 7:30 p. m. count and prizes for the 'room : :;.:: !jIg Pfrsl Steps. 11.. Ck-Mh,p if f"''.* f.et- ,. "

((000 Block' W. Madison St. ship, 11 a. m. Training Union. 7 Wednesday Prayer Meeting with the highest parents presentwas '.. yi< ,. '.,. I ...II. 1M' Mddt.f .f .fc.rac'" .. "
r .
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8 -. -u.L ___ .. 4. .
p. m., Evening Worship. p. m. 7:30: p. m. :. .4. a .,< ." -. II' .
Wednesday Prayer: meeting discontinued. Two items"ofur.fin1s1ed I. :. H..ta.d talc ...... sl.nrlat( ... s3gitly. .tpinpaI .'- ...... ....,n.... yi ..'. .. .. "
J. H. Mabry Jr. Pastor business were dlscussf .... ..... '
7:30: p. m.Everyone. LAKB! t:; ...4 .. Int ... '. ..... tie .n --, ,. !" '-'
frli ad
K1MQSUS7 ..1 a 1!, r
t'd and will be reported on'at the ... ... .... T1. .. l .
welcome. MISSIONARY BAPTIST .. __.*.. ..., $I.... . -,. "' '-" f ..eoI1: ,. ., .
March meeting! .. _Mrs'___. AdtChei' .tire. < \ M1 txrrrenou.IMQ4&N. d'_
Smday School 9:45: aim.. Morn- showed the new President PIn ? / .* .Thi, iKts p ;;' .i. Mid it sight It; ire\- .ry.l.rly .... wpp.A 1M Oiirck. TVf, '' y I{
when Ing Worship 11 anC Evening that will' be handed down to the ..-po. .IT: (I) F.rCM.WI 1. .w. yt. (l) fff ..
you need Service 7:30 Meetinf s: tff if it wtr .ot for tie tronf, study clasp .f t .kc .
p.m. Prayer ; I I' '" .rt* ( ) r ? ef.ft&,
on coining She ,, ,
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone presidents. also i 4 fcj*'>B ".'.'...J. .Sfct: it tier.'N'grid.! '.. _..,r, t J ....... (4Jr. M rte s I

welcome.-Ker. H. H.""Kott, thanked the PTA for making" it ,.. .!. eat -w. if H folk -4 1M. Q..rd wrdt...l.4 r..ti } ,

possible for her to attend! the ,:, .,. ..CO...... .d. ... .wttl ..yri.i wppal fh1'!. r ',' I It' !
RELIABLE GAS SERVICE pastor. State Legislature in Tallahassee .i4 ft.t t p tint will' -<>.. wk.B k.*H fats I* let f o t .. e e dl ......., mi nW. y.r BIM a
OF GOD recently and offered 'an interesting ,+. I .,- kit poll.laid, ..d (. fvrtii .. ku .wn. 4Ur. ty.1

THINK OF Sunday CHURCH School 10 a. m. Morning talk 'about same. ..... :, ; ..:,...'..... rk. will'k..d pitlnee.! Hit Holler i it .4.r" ..,....... .......,.'..... ... '
SLADE GAS I Immediately following the'bust-. ... ....., ...... t I4tM .'
.; '
Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday ;tLILr etrg'.1 tlat, too.Abeady. .. ....... slag) 6 :'.
Evening Service 7:45 p. m. Y 'ESeryke ness meeting program chairman .. *with- 'lu ,.,...t, .. S..4 yt and slowly l.t'unrely r..y- .,. I s/e '. ., "'
Mrs! R. S. Mullins presented the .'.' .. "'--89." N a v ':
TANKS FKOM; GALLONS TO 1,090 OK UP Wednesday 7:45: '' p. W program which centered aroundthe .. : lie will bell. !lean the atttminf of fait. GtiUrta .rv rw pi.. _. '': .... !

'two Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45: p. m. birthday "of the elementaryPTA. t ... ''nvft'b' tt.(1tt to taleipirit.al a* well a. pllysisel i l ltttpt. ..tWey..... ...t..""twt It mi 14i .
PHONE; 4-3551 LAWTCT f
An imaginary cake was beautifully Tfct Ckvck stands read j to Icack tktin. fxV;
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng .. i'
.. ._- decorated to add tQ the ,rt .
; "
Worship 11 a. m. YPE Service .1 ..... .. ., .,. TSr ; :
theme of the program. The papresi1 w.w' .... .Iie.-IorfWt. :
Saturday, 7:30 .'a. <. '. '.
: ? its were present tai :give

FffiST BAPTIST Church-Starke CHURCH' OF CHRIST interesting inform*tion".about'the !', ,. r"S.; ,.
progress of the PTA. Refresh ''i'
Jr.. Minister .
L. Overturf
C. I .
scents of cake and coffee were en'joyed. -
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Sunday Sunday School 10 .
,rJ ,
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town a. m.. morning service, 11 .a. m., ,. Com to the next meeting. A ._. ;1 I
6:30 -
Phones: Office WO 4.6801 Pastorium WO 9-2301 evening service-, Bible p.study m.Wednesday 7:30p. .lot is accomplished.and discussions Hear and the offer reports These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service : y-' I

SUNDAY; :SERMONS' 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. m. your opinion. Meet and talk -with r t .
your child's teacher, other faculty

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. BAPTIST NORTH CHURCH SIDE members and parents for the. I INE' JOHN A. TORODE ;; r. ,

School. 10 a. m. Morn- welfare of all our children. GASO \,, GREASE : i ic
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. :Mrs. Cornelius Moore High -
ipg Worship 11 a. m. Training t KEROSENE
f School publicity chairman( invites FUEL OIL PJSTRIBUTOR FOR k It" ,
Union, 6:3u: p. It!. Evening Wor- "
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAJTS YOU all parents of High School students -
ship. 7:30 p. m. Prayer to attend the February I I
1 AT./THE.ERIENPLY) CHURCH Wednesda, ), 7:30: p. m. Everyone .
Carter meeting of the High School PTA ? SPIRITS
welcome. Rev. H. R.
w which will be held in the School
library Tuesday evening at S p. m. .
The perfect tribute to t 1 FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH A surprise party was given In FIRESTONE TIRES \ INSECTICIDES '
the honor of Rev. and Mr OtisT.

a' cherished memory A. F.. Massejr.Lawtey Pastor Jones and Daughter in their .'.' .

1 Bible school, 10 a m. home Thursday evening pf'Mast FOR KEROSENEvOR FUEL OIL f }

Every funeral that we con ,. I Preaching, 11 a. m. week bers. Everyone by Heilhronn thoroughly Church enjoyed .mem-- Madison.. and Cherry St. .PHONE WO 9.2011 1 "*" Starke, fla. ; 1 I If
duct is a source of sustaining Evening Service, 7:30 p m. _
the delicious refreshments and
solace and spiritual inspira I Bible Study and Prayer Meet f
the Christian feljowshjp. VV-VV I
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tion to the family. ing, 7:30 pm., Wednesday.Radio Important; announcements for 2
J program, _8 to 8:30" IncludeI ,! I
Heilbronn Church a New
Hundreds of details are managed and economical ai. each Sunday over station River Associational W. T. B. T. f 1
ly ,.attended to that only a trained and careful ion Mass Meeting which will behEld .

organization' can perform when the urgent need HIWAY CHAPEL at the church Thursday. Feb. 'Mayor xof'Starke Associate Store Lumber Company

for serving is at hand.DeWITT ASSEMBLY OF GOD 19 at 1:30: p .m. Refreshments will I

be served by the host church following .. .. G
G. M. OsWrne, Pastor I
C. JONES the -
meeting.Let !
School a. Morning -
Sunday JO m. I
AMBULANCE us take time to remind all: I Iu
FUNERAL DIRECTOR A SERVICE Worship 11 a. a. Evangelistic -

..PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 Service, 7:45: p.service.D). Thursday Invitation that our Homecoming, it being the Day first is Sun approaching ?- .Denmark Furniture Co. GEMJEWELRY Sam Rosenberg & Son !

We fnrnlsft the highest type service'at lowest prices, and acceptANT weekly prayer day in March. So write your relatives :':1;

life .insuraace policy in force Issued by ANY company a* extended to everyone. and ''friends and tell everyone ,Of Starke 'New and Used Furniture !

payment jn part+or In full on funeral services. Consultation 'AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH you see. We hope to have 'another ,. ,N. L. WOOPBURNJ 1

big day Of fine singing delicious ,
carries 800bliptiotL Sunday School$:15 a. m.; Morn -

..- ing Worship 11 a. nv Training dinner on the grounds and
-- above nil the reunion of churl'membs : ..
4 Union 6:45: p. m. Evening wor- '
ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer who have moved away EDWARDS'Grocery & J FARM HOME
and will return for this ,
1QCAL MANAGER FOR Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. whp ta-.. I t

Everyone welcome. ,nual Homecoming. i and Market And Auto' Supply
Building Supplies Inc.
Other are inspiring ?- .

Walter HEILBBONN M1S/OH: ART preaching every Sundayby .. .. I
Jim Corp."World's BAPTIST CHURCH the pastor Rev. Otis T. Jones.

Interesting meeting every j
Sunday Schoor ior a. m. Morning prayer
Wednesday; evening at 7:30'p. jfl. I
( Worship, 11 a. m. Evening
Worship, T:30 p. m. Training &t which time the book of Genesis HARRY C. ELROD, JR. VOLLEY STARLING BROWNLEEFuhliture

Largest Home Builders"MILL Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid. Is discussed. Also choir practice ** .

Week} Prayer Meeting Wednesday on Friday nights. Come tq> }lei}. -? Real 1 Estate. Grocery and Market & CH STEEN

7:30 bronn Church and its people will .
BE IN STARKE pjn.LAWTKY try very hard, to make you glad. ... I ICommunity
-" / -i t -i t "

CHURCH OF CHRIST you- came. ,. ,. ..
EACH (presently meeUnj; in: City Hall) Mr; and Mrs. Lee Peepj' aril '

,THURSDAYAT Sunday Bible study }Q >. m.fworship" family of Jacksonville were.Qunrday SUte Bank HARDY '
11 a, i1.EveningYoung. guests of Mr. and Mrs. fC: L, BROTHERS SMITTY'SBarber

people's Bible Reddish and son Keith. I 11 -, -" .. .

study 7; preaching, 730.; sir and Mrs. E. L. qpj an0 Of_ Starke_ Motor Company ShopTERWILLEGAR

STARKE HARDWARE CO. Wednesday-Bible study 7:30 daughter Marilyn and Earl Nor;: '
tv* : J. I
"' p. m. I. man visited in Jacksonville ,
12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. Radio I'rogramStatioD Thursday of last week. .. -r I III .

r SVRGR, Monday; 6:3p a. m I Rev. and::! Mrs Walter'Lee and
children and Rev. 'Lee's mother II LAWSON'SGrocery WARREN'S -

For Call EYEBGREEN all of BrycevUle"visited Monday' ; MOTORS
Appointments BAPTIST CHURCH evening of last week with Rev. ''and Market 'Shell Station II

JACKSONVILLE ... EV 7-1141 Collect Sunday School 10 a. m. Preachmg Lees son and family Mr. and I Your Apthorijed; Ford P aJr
11 a. m. Training Union 6S Mrs. Jimmie Lee.

f STARKE -. '}VO '4-5311 p. m. Preacbi1 g 7:3Q p. m. Payer Mrs. Estelle Monton'and soar 6f .. '
7:30 Ind. have returned -
Meeting. Wednesday. p. ZItP Indianapolis -

"If/ Ifs A-Quality: Home CHURCH. OF'JESUS- CHRIST home visit with after Mrs.spending Montoni an enjoyable parents. I : 'GII3' 'B OWN'SV GUY ANDREWS BRADFORD COUNTY.

It', A Jim Walter Home" LATTER pAY SAINTS Mr. a'nd Mrs. W-. J g. .Green.e: I' r 9 "

.-.;.. ,. Services each 'siridaIn oM Those on the sick list this week I' "SeivlceStatfon. Real Estate TELEGRAPH'--*, I

OTHER OFFICES: Masonic Hall on E.I; Call St. Sunday are: Mrs. Lou Norman, Mrs. R. L

OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA School 10 a. m. Sacrament Morgan. WlP GP? and Richard

Service 6:30 P- m.. Ev..1J:oni wehcome. Sapj. tons of Mr. and Mrs. L. C.1 I
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George Red'dlsa anT "
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