Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 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
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City Gets Bid ::1 301 Re-route MapBy

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On Gas Conversion OK'd Board

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Natural gas for Starke took an-
year.Gas ..... .J1 other step forward Tuesday night fcr the power plant and for .. .' A right-of-way map showing the State Road Departments

when City Council received pro- ;'private use will come into town # :. recommended design for re-routing U. S.
% to 3Q1 through
: : i pcsals and specifications for bidson i in separate mains from the "city rJ.iQ''V"! :: "_ Starke south from
; the courthouse was received by the Board
V.- the installation of a gas distributing gf.te" off Brownlee Road about "1i.l" -. ,. ,
1 of County Commissioner at here Thurs-
: system outlined by re- :: one-fourth mile west of town on ,. f.i _1-.__ a special meeting

I pre en atl\'es of Reynolds. Smith ': the Marvin Lawson property. >>:"'o/ : :.. uay morning.The new road back to the present

Valentine Sweetheart Crowned and Hills. Jacksonville engineers. [Main distributicn lines will be ; map shows the projectednew mute as quickly as possible it is
Harold Scott and Jim Brooks of i''four-inch pipe and laterals two- route cutting: an bU-toot believed that opposition from established -
wath south from the courthouse
MKs Janet Zike, BUS senior from Keystone Heights, was the Jackscnville firm read and inch. The gas pressure at the : businesses will 'be keptat
straight: t'-.rough Radio
explained the proposed contract ,ate" will be 100 pounds and at 1 a minimum.The .
crowned Valentine Sweetheart of 1959 at the annual Sweetheart ; : 37 .jjfRobert \ TV bmldltig and sla'ing ott the
and specifications for the work.the east end of the line 20 pounds. -. '.. Commissioners approvpdthe
Ball the Student Council of Bradford High
sponsored by I cast portion of Doctors Hospital:
on which bids will be taken Pressure at installations will be I in accordance with their
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School in the Woman's Club last Saturday night. Placing the thence curving with a wide sweepti
March 12 at 2 p. m. at City Hall. I feur ounces. I ... !I previously announced decision to
crown h MM Flora Slatle, last )'par's Set.tlu'art.t renter is Cost of building the distribution -i Cost of the gas the city will .! the southeast through the toll,'; accept the route recommended by
-: lock. Adams :Street
Franklin hUtch Student Council president, and at right i is MissZlke's system and the change-over purchase from Houston Gas has man > crossing' the State Road Depaartment Although
behind Tm "s W Station and
escort Terrell Green.I. t(, natural gas fuel at the city i not been determined but will : .v. meiging with the present 301 Thursday's meeting wan

pcwer plant was estimated at I range from 31 to 37 and one-half : ".., called for another purpose Commissioner -
just this side of the Seaboard'sbianch
$425.000.00. The money will come ctnts. The city. which is now paying y H. A. Bishop Jr. took
", line "Peggy" tracks.
: from a bend issue paid for over a I 70 cents for the same heat < this opportunity to present the
Country Club 30-year period out of revenue units using oil. will charge the ; The State Road Department has I' map to the board since it was just

I horn the city power plant. power plant 65 cents. The profits 115i 111- leoommended this as the most received from the SRI on Wednes

; Only a $5 meter deposit will be. will go into the gas account. The ; "JrU: i economically feasible route to, day.It

Interest Sampled jjjilII levied on the consumer. All annual gas surplus at the end of c'iminale two present! right angle1 I' is expected that the Road
I. changt-s to appliances necessaryto I the third :year was estimated at Henner turns on :;01 in Starke's business', Department will include funds for

ccnvert to natural gas will be 63000. : f 'strld. Also': by 'bringing the he project in this year's budget.

By Committee paid by the city and the city I According to terms of the con- New. ,, Pec Director On Job
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( will keep a maintenance crew. j tract as much labor and material Kelly Says Money On Hand

On a BTU [British Thermal i as is feasible will be obtained locally Starke's new Recreation Vu'ec-I I night to begin shaping up a program -

The initial step toward a golf .: 1i'.... : Units 1 basis it has been figuredby thus keeping as much tor, Robert Benner. arrived here I of recreation for all ages. Board Votes Action To Get

course and country club for '. ..t.. the engineers that a consumer : rroney in the community as pos- Monday from Macon, Ga. and established Thursday morning he met with Legal

; ... .. -":."v who cooks and heats water now sible. headquarters in the USUwilding. student leaders at BHS to plan a
Starke taken this week when '
was : .
,..; '". ,v.. by electricity at a cost .f $8.54 Other features of the contract Like many another Saturday night teen-age social
letters went out to some 300 per- :- not including! utility tax. will pay stipulate that streets must be newcomer, his first problem was I I program in the USO, one of his, Past Due Funds From CollectorLegal

sons in the area inviting each :: $C; for the same units of heat. It I tored for pipe, thus saving torn scanning The Telegraph want ad I first objectives. i;'

; to invest $300 in a proposed corporation : was also estimated that there up; streets. Wherever possible the section in search of a house so he i Further details concerning the

!, to construct the recreational L .. would be 700 natural gas users in pipe will be laid off main streets can move his family to Starke. :So i Creation program will be announced action to collect past due CcmmisMoners voted unanimouslyto

w., Starke at the end of the first year coming into the buildings from far. no luck. I I from time to time as!' the funds from County Tax CollectorJ inst.-uct County Attorney A. J.
facility. The letters
were .
I and 1,000 at the end of the third I I the rear.Teen The new director met with the, schedule is developed, .Benner R. Kelly was voted unanimously Thomas Jr. to start legal action
mailed out by the Golf Committee City Recreation Board Tuesday; said. I by the Bradford County Commission to: collect the past due funds.

of the $Starke-Bradford County in special' session here
I i a !; Thomas said the procedure
,'Chamber of Commerce.I I Berry GrowersTo Record Hop ''Thursday morning. At its regular vould be for the County to make

Plans of the group are still in Scheduled Friday City Lays Plan I meeting on Feb. 2 the Board dt-mand on the bonding companyand

the, formative stage. There has J. K. Wainwright Meet FridayIn For Dimes BenefitA Six Are PlacedOn had set a deadline of Feb. 15 for if payment is Denied thena

t ben selection of a site. Kelly to remit' 3213.40 that was suit would have to be brought

CourthouseAll due Jan. 15 from 1958 tax monies in the name of the Governor on
its To Share Cost
In letter the committee said:
"We are interested in promoting New Manager teen-age Record Hop for the Probation collected. The deadline passed behalf: of the Board of County

Bradford benefit of the March of Dimes with no reply from the collector. Commissioners and the School
country club lor Coun-
Bradford strawt
ty. The club would include a golf County >erry will be held in the Starke armory c Kelly was not present at the Boa"dThe
rowers are urged by County Of Pratt
course,, swimming pool, and other Of Starke MarketJ. Agent G. T. Huggins to attend a Friday night. Feb. 21, starting at In Circuit Court Paving '!when special informed meeting of Thursday the Board's'action and motion to start legal actionwas
made by Commissioner E. L.
recreational facilities. We feel meeting in the courhouse at 1:30 7:30: p jn. Bob Smith and Mar- 1 1 1I I i' said he had the
L- tbt'from many'such-a advantages country would'club.accrue It- R.. Wainwright. local grower p.m."* Friday Feb.20.; garet Ann Dinkins] ; are ,co-chsr- Mjrr / ** -M*' I I' ..:JTip city, winpay.: .'$7.600, in 18 >ready and intended- -to" deposit!t:Crawford raissloner and H."XT seconded: Bishop; "Jr.'by Camp.

f \Ve can't plan for a good markt Sir defendants were placed on monthly installments of $425. checks to the account of the "'I'h1s"thin has
buyer: and shipper of produce Bishop said, ;
would attract new people to ourcommunity. program unless we have the interest men.The proba'fori' by Circuit Judge G. L. toward paving of Pratt St., according -[School Board and the County,
It would give us a has been, appointed manager of hop will be staged by disk been 1-anging fire too long and
and support of growers Batten Wednesday morning after to a decision made at Commissioners some time Thurs
the Starke State Farmers Market we've got straighten it 'out. My
new,cultural, recreational, andS Huggins said in stressing the importance jockey Ted Jones of station pre-seitence investigations following -I the Tuesday: night meeting. The day. I
TTie announcement was made patience:; has been stretched ,as
social center. A club would aid'o I of the meeting. WAPE, Jacksonville who will J jheir guilty pleas at the paving will run from the east line'I Kelly said he had submitted to I "
this week by L. M. Lewis of Winter far as it can be.
r economic life a great dealas I A slight increase in Strawberry! spin request platters for the fall tej/n of Circuit Court. of Parkwood Subdivisbn west on the Commissioners on Feb. 2 his ?
H iven. director of State Fcl.rmer's Kelly has been late remitting
more tourists would stop here I acreage is reported in the county dancers. Albeit Newmans. convicted of Pratt St. to the paving in Sara- report showing the gross amount
Markets.Mr. I funds to the County and the
for l longer periods. The club would I this season and an effort is being. Admission is 50c per person, grand larceny. was placed on pro- toga Heights. i' cf money due the county. He said School Board several occasions
aid us(.in obtaining industry for Wainwright has had sev- made to line up buyers for the and! dress is casual. bation for four years upon con- 1 The paving will be continuedby the report did not give a breakdown -

Starts"" also. It seems to this eial years of experience in all I deal that will get under way herein J I. The public is urged to purchase dition he make restitution of $400to the city to Orange St. when of amounts due Commissioners I.I in the past.
committee that the club wculd do,!phases! of the produce business.His Slarch. .
Oil Co. Newman available.
thImperial funds are he
tickets for this charity event. and the School Board as
our. community more good than! appointment was effectiveFeb. peaded! guilty to taking the funds Joe Warren. developer of the was awaiting confirmation of his I 1 Two Under Bond

an)thing else we could do. I 1.The. from the company's Starke station -'st'bdivision will carry the cost of figures from the State Auditor. For Bad ChecksEdward

4 "Our purpose in writing is to i new manager states that Malicious Mischief Case Defendants : where he was employed as I the balance. including curbs, gut- He said he received this con fir- ,

\\l I' determine how many folks would I he has already contacted strawberry mana'?r. He is required to pay ters and drainage. i rnaticn the day after his reportwas L. and Florence D.

k be interested in a country club. I buyers in Plant City and the money back: in weekly installments I!' Carl Johns city clerk will meet submitted and that he had King operators of a Lawtey rest-

I. Wculd you be willing to buy $ .OO they have shown interest in com Given Chance To Join over a period of six with the County Commission at ;been working on the figures since aurant. were arrested in Starke

worth of stock, backed by the real I' ing h-ie for the berry deal this Armed Forcesinto months. lih'eir); March 2 meeting to discuss then. i i last Friday and charged with

estate and club facilities? The year. He said that if favorable Rcbert E. Mack, convicted of the proposed short wave radio "I nave the figures ready now ::.; passing worthless checks. Both

$300 can be paid in cash or pay- ::weather conditions continue. Charges of malicious mischief the car. 1 possession of moonshine still. was'' install ition in city vehicles under and will make a deposit to the' are free after posting bond.

ments as follows: $51 for six Bradford growers will begin pick- i against three Starke youth were': Sasser said he was following an- 1 placed on probation for five years.: a Civil l Defense prosram.: The' pioper accounts today (IThurs- Mrs. King's bond was set at

months: $26 for 12 months or 1: big berries in about three weeks. 1 held in abeyance by County JudgeT. I cther car through town at the :arid Percy Griffis Jr., on similar request was made by CD director:dayl if I can find the time." $500 after her arrest for passing a

longer terms can be arranged if 1 Plants: are in excellent condition A. Yawn following a pielimi- request of WaTren and Clark wno I charge. vas placed on probationfor Bill Haas and approved by Coun- ,. Kelly said. He pointed out that a worthless check in the amountof

desired. Money collected would be at the present time Wainwright r.ary hearing last Thursday at ter- told him they wanted to speak to j two) years. !cil. : his office is flooded with people $1)4.87. King's bond was set

placed in a trust fund at Starke's..;:said. noon. The cases against two' a girl they thought was m the car. James Randolph convicted of :,' A !letter from Senator Tom: trjing to beat Friday's deadline at $75 for a $15 bad check.

two !banks until such time as I Arrangements are also being others, originally facing the same Then, said Sasser, he turned down :aggravated assault. was placed on : Adamr- of Clay and Baker Coun '' en the; purchase of auto license Both are scheduled to make

enough forthe project is collected. made for a pepper deal sweet "I charge, were dismissed. I'I'I the narrow woods lane in the mistaken :probation for one year. j ties stating his approval of the tags 'their plea on Feb. 25 in County

& Then, at a later date, a meeting corn deal and perhaps a cucum- I The defendants. J. C. Warren, belief that the car he was In tne case of Odell Laverne'pavins of SR 228 to US 301. was Tn___ the_ morning l session the Jvdee's Court.Band .

of stockholders will be held Ler d(ell here this season, Wainwright Buck Bonnett, Richard Clark){ I I following had gone that way. Drawdy and Gene Holton.read at the meeting. Senator

a board- of directors elected and declared. Gene Bass, and J. W. Sasser, all1 Sasser declared he stayed m his 1 char!! d with forgery and utter- : Adams agreed to work for the Term Served Contest
formed." !i pleaded not guilty when arraignedbut and the letter in answer -
corporation car while the younger boys approached ir.g a forgery. Jude! Patten set project was

; The committee feels that a Band Concert requested the hearing be continued -I the Smith automobile. He aside cdjudicaticn of guilt in order to a recent request of the Probation Starts Grows In Size ">

minimum of 300 members is after Judge Yawn informed : Denied any knowledge Of the fight that they might enter the council that he help move the I .

necessary to see the project To PublicThe I them they would automatically be:I the damaging of the car. on any- armed forces. They are required to work forward. BeaterHarold I Director
Child Says
Open For
through to completion. Anyone held for Circuit Court if they thing the other defendants later make full restitution including Rcbert E. Benner. new city re-

who would like to be a charter i waived preliminary: hearing. ,j 1 said about the incident. ccurt ccsts. The amount involvedin cieati-m director. was introducedto

member is Invited to contact the Bradford High School Plaintiffs Bob Smith Jimmy I II : After considering the evidence. the forgeries was around $80. members of the council by a Norman. former taxi "Getting bigger an the time,"

Chamber of Commerce whetheror Band will present its annual winter -:I Lawson.Douglas Seymour. and Judge Yawn decided to hold the In the event they do not enter the member of the recreation board. driver and pool room employe. v the way BHS Bandmaster
letter. 1. Bill Dockstader, all Starke teen-i Warren service will be placed on Jim Bloodworth. Mr. Benner gave completed Wednesday a six ,
not he received a concert at 8 p. m. Thursday. I : cases against in abeyance they Elden Mathews describes the

'Feb. 26. in the elementary school cgers. testified they were parked while placing him under curfew three years' probation. j I; 8 brief review of his immediate D.onths; sentence; I Mess 30-days District Band Contest to be put on
in 1957 Chevrolet driven
cafetorium. No admission will be i a by regulations. He said the youth The case against Franklin J. plans. gain time I for assault and bat- in Stake! on Saturday. March 14.

charsrd! but a free will offeringwill : Smith in a wooded area just otr will be 17 years old in March and Coleman for larceny of car was Other business of the councilwas tery and began a new probationary Matthews said that 35 bands
100 on the night of Feb.>> I '
RECORD"HOP" be taken. I Highway i is planning to enter some branchof nolle pressed. He has been confined discussion of employing a tei-m of two years on another and four orchestras will take partin
6 when the defendants drove in
I up the armed sen' ce. "This in the state hospital for the warehouseman to handle city charge of the same nature. be
which win
The will include the competition.
program another car and blocked the exit
should straighten him out." Judge insane at Chattahoochee and is !'llPPi(") No action was taken except Norman originally faced two
r Themes from the French BalletI route of Smith's automobile. 14 more gioups than participated
i! Yawn said adding that the now eligible for release. ,, 'n appoint Councilman Ran- assault and battery charges. one
I I consisting of selections from II Smith said a conversation followed i in: the test meet here in 1956.
Gounod. Delibes. and Ponchielhl, between Warren and himself I.charges would be pressed if War- In i he only new case to come cM: Chitty to draw up a plan of fcr beating up his "girl fripnd- He estimates that a total of 3,000
I ren failed to enter the service or handling supplies in event a and another'for beating the wo-
before Judge Patten Wednesday. students' and adults will be in
Ode by Ralph Hermann. Holiday i after which Warren struck him
t violateu( his curfew restrictions. 'areheusman was employed. A third chargeI
I i Harold Crawford pleaded suiltyj I i man's dauchter
Benefit for Trombones by David Rose. i I with no apparent provocation. Starke for the day.
: Warren faced a charge of assault I I accused him of pawning the
Highlights from South Pacific Smith said Gene Bass then pulled to non support and was sentencedto The rublic is invited to attend

: March of Dimes Overtures from My Fair Lady. Warren away from the car and and battery in addition to the ma- 1 one year at hard labor. ;!t Hearing Slated i oman's shotgun. any of the various concerts during

Armory Holiday in Paris by Jacques Of- I, broke up the threatened tray. A 1 licious mischief accusation. I I II !i Starke Yawn also held in i and -
fenbach and other selected mar- few minutes later as he was dfiv- Judge abeY.i Seven ReceiveAppointments I for beating the woman. completed to the marching band
the case against Clark. I On Slow Deliveries term \Vednesday.j .
ches nnd concert numbers. ing from the scene the lett rear ance foChildren's ,I j, this contes which will be held at the

Friday, Feb. 21 I The public is invited to attend window and the rear view window I is old enough to enter the service i When arraigned by County JudgeT. stadium starting at 6:30 p. m..
and I Railroad and Pub-
and is now arranging to do so. The Florida A. Yawn on the other charges.
I this concert and help support the C,! his car were broken Smithtestified. I Group rill be 50 cents for adults and 25
the case against Bonnett contingent i ilic Utilities Commission will holda to assault and
7:30 P. 11. Till? BHS Band.Rotarians. I he pleaded guilty cents for students. This will be
I Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish.lI upon his accepting employ- Seven persons have been appointed "slow and irregular deliveries'hearing battery on the girl. and JudeYn'Jl p fou.-hour spectacle where 31
ment on a job he issaid to naveArranged Collins at the courthouse in Pa. dismissed the larceny of
by Governor LeRoy
: who investigated the complaint will how
bands each present a
Platters Will Be Spun Hear I
for in Gainesville. Litka on Friday. Feb. 20 startingat
-; to four-year terms on the gun charge.
I and arrested the defendants produced running from six to eight min
By Disc Jockey Mission WorkersMiss I pictures of the damaged car'! Jhe case against Sasser who Bradford County Children's Com 9 a. m. utes.

TED JONES of 'V APEe 'I showing the side window to have: apparently had no active part in mittee. All persons in the area who Postoffice Hours

> ,I 1 Reba Thompson gave an been shattered apparently by an the affair, and Bass. who is said The appointees are Mrs. H. H. have complaints concerning de- Basketball

interesting discussion of the exterior blow. wnile the rear view to have made efforts to stop the Adams, Dr. Florence Jennings.Rev. lvery service of trucking companies Shortened Monday Town

I Childien's Bible Mission work at. window was completely broken altercation.were dismissed. J. H. Mabry. Jr., Mrs. Junius -i are invited to appear at the Team Will Play :

I the Rotary Club WeQne day. Miss 'out j Judge Yawn said the three ac- M. Smith Rev. S. E. Sparks. hearth;. Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. "**
-'I announced that the Postoffice will Hudson Paper Co.
I to
would be ,
This Space Contributed Ann Bell. another repesentativecf Neither side brought legal coun-:cused :youths Jsck Trawick: and County JudgeT. .
I the organization was a guest sel to the hearing and J. W. Sas-,! pay for damage to tile Smith au- A Yawn. MAYOR'S COURTOnly I jbe open Monday. Feb. 23. from I independent*
Weekly 12:30 only. Be- The Starke
to Publicize 8:30: a. m. to p. m.
of the club en this occasion. The -er. 30-year-old companion of the I tomobile. The Children's Committee is a '; '
falls will meet Hudson Pulp
I Washington's Birthday baU team
) Community Events by was in charge of Dr. L. i accused 'ouths.was the only: defendant local volunteer unit of the Florida two ran afowl of the law cause (" in/
& Co. Palatka the
is legal Paper
I Program on Sunday Monday a
11-.. Jennings.President to take the stand as a Bank HolidayBoth Children's_ Commission. a state ;r. Stake last week. Two defend
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BHS Saturday night ,
THE gym
COMMUNITY listed the docket of holiday. r|
i A. L. Crosby Jr. reported witness. agency which performs suneys ants were on
STATE BANK Sasser said he had been riding the Community State and studies of services to children. Mayor Court for Monday morn : The usual window service for ,IP. m.

I on the District Conference :. around town alone on the night of Bank ana the Florida Bank at coordinates those services and ing trial but neither appeared and stamp, money orders, etc. will be I Leading: scorers on the Starke

I in Tallahassee Sunday through forfeited bond. On charge was in effect during these hours and team to date are triclcland with
OF STAUKE : the alleged offense. He said he Starke will be closed Monday.Feb. makes legislative recommenda- i iso I
Mondv. A member of the Starke picked up Warren and Clark at a 23: in observation of the le- ticns to the Governor and the : for public intoxicaticn and one .mail may be picked up, but therei 20( points per game.and Reddish

(Member F.D.I.C.) ''I club. G. T. Huggins. served as ': filling station and that later in sal holiday. Washington Birth- i Legislature concerning services to was for unlawful speed. doing 50 I'will be no deliveries made on with 15. Leading rebouaders au

I song leader at this meeting. i the evening Bass and Bonnett got day which falls on Sunday. I I biidren. |miles per hour in a 35 mile zone. Monday. ____ Clark and Smith.Iong -----



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I ,._,...._' ._r_ _,_ _,,- -.-,-.- ..'- I Bigham whose ife passed away .: Harrell Mrs. Bobbie Dyle Mrs.1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH:

editorial I 1 I iI Saturday afternocn in the hospital Cephus Harrell, Mrs. Verlie Johns. tpa EST. 18n. .

iI Farmer Diary; ; I there. Mrs. A. L Green Mrs. R. F. Gano.and" o FIOKinVS OLDCST jrTE qK-Y XEW8

I f Leroy Vickery of Alachua r M n.
This may be the easiest-to-read editorial you ever set your I I B}' Sato4McGarvCymonth. visited the G., W. Davis family I Mrs. J.,, E. Hardee was visiting I|1 I Lf;rea j;r thQ PAPER PI"BLIyHED1C4NTINOr9LY: '

eyes upon. It's easy because it's mostly pictures, but the pictures I I fVf tell this because a Sunday afternoon, I Mrs, Mattie Barry'Friday. I I ....11..... Each Thar and C>EoHrr4 PSR TilE as SAME Servad MASTHEAD Clara Matter.t

tell a story of community cooperation that could and should set an : I number of ;persons who have; seen Diane CoLson of Starke spent I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews of La- I .. tb* PM| nrrtr* at f.r..... Fl. wader Art of Mar. S.I 4 II1ftRt -
I I with Sue McDa- Crcsse spent Sunday with Mrs.
example for many "municipalities" much larger than Theressa, where ,, t cur heat: pump have asked that!Saturday night I days thereafter enter into contract !i!i either ba representative.jot the
vid. Mattie Barry. I *nu furnish the required bond, fail- tijder "hn shall obtain ATecelptth
these scenes took place last Saturday night. i v.e let them know how much itj::! ing wii.h he shall forfeit deposit as .rfor. Qr h\' rrgist..red tpit t with
Stalling from "scratch" as the saying goes, the neighborly citizens I I cost to cperate. Naturally, we are 1 Nancy Carlson of th University Baptist Church News liquidated damage The Bid Bond return .receipt requested. ,
of Florida was the luncheon We wish to thank Terry Mc- : and Performance Pond are required) The City 'f'It'r\'e the right; tonaive
of Theressa have built themselves a community center that pleased with it. to be secured from an agency of 'informalities in any: ifld. to
I I guest of the Fred McDavid family. David for bringing the morning '
5I su--tv ir insurance company. tfjtt-t any or all l hid in apple or
would do credit to a town many times its size. How have they done I Kenneth Green of Wildwood I message and Seth Lester for the which ypency hall have an estahbshed in nan, with nr without'cause.
As if the broiler raisers haven't' place of btis.nes; in the City Candor, to accept the bid that IBit
itWe just work together the citizens of Theressa say. "When- s evening message Sunday as Rev. ,
visited his and Mrs of I
had enough trouble now the fore- parents Mr. Starke. Florida. and W duly !' judgment \1 ill I" for the best
ever we decide to do something we get together and do it," is Roy Green, Saturday night. 'Temple has been sufering from licenced to conduct business there ir.teres' ot thr rutf Starke Florid -
cast is for still lower prices.: .And in. *. '
their formula. So strong is their cooperation and willingness to Anyone planning on planting the experts predict that,the price Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and laryngitis. i Kach bid shall he addressed to ('ITT I ouNCII.:

work that they feel no need for an organization to push them along. I watermelons will be interested in I I, of eggs will drop about four centsa children. Miss Jackie Green, and Rev. Marvin Stedham will be marked the City-Rid Clerk forIunil'il'al Starke. Natural Florida ("it'r I.. \\'in Marfc. T. Ja Florida ks.>n. Mayor

The only "officer" they have for their Community program is E. S. the report just issued by the Crop,I dozen Robert Branen of Palatka visited guest speaker next Sunday. Everyone :', llt.ibffion Svtem" and delivered Attest:
and is invited to hear him. to the Office of the Otv 'sari' .1 .hn!'. .'it. t'1'1.'rK
Sibley whose long-time job it has been to administerthe funds. Repotting Service which tells of i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green I l'Irrk..Cay u..n.tarkf', Florida I-14.31..34:
last. Due children Sunday. This is a reminder: This. week
year's disastrous -
Starting with a few hundred dollars received from the sale of season Our place has been just about
to the extreme cold winter and Rosie PmholsterJSIH& in has been set aside for a Study
the old, abandoned Theressa school building the men of the com- taken over ,by birds,and in a I
munity in 1948 poured the concrete floor for the present Community heavy rains, the crop down state short time, :one morning we saw Miami a few days last weei. Course lasting beginning to 9 p. m.at 7 p. m. and I BE COOL AT ONCE
was two months late, with the result a red-bellied woodpecker a hairy Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorrells of ,

Center building. Just recently the program was given a big boost that when it came in, ,it woodpecker and a downy .one. Jacksonville visited the L. L. Dyle i,

when Theressa took its $500 share of the county recreation funds and competed with areas all the way Not to mention mocking birds family: and attended the funeralof KJ.>G5IXy LAKE: 'i TAKE IT HOME TODAY.-

built "half" a concrete _basketball court. This is now serving children up to the Carolinas and prices robins, bluebirds and lots more Truby Dyle. MISSIONARY BAPTIST

of the community as a "skating rink" and it is hoped to be able fell from $2,860 a car down to that we still can't indentify.. Mrs. Aubrey Hazen visited Mr. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. MornIng -

to pour the other half of the court in the not too distant future. $125-$175 'I and Mrs. Jack Thomas of Gaines- 77rship 11 am. Evening TONIGHT
Last Saturday night everybody pitched in and put on a highly We'd always thought of birds ville Thursday. Thursday night, Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting
never tried watermelons. a .tchers but the Aubrey Hazen family visited each Wednesday 7:30, p.m. Everyone -
v'f as queer persons,
successful fish fry that added around $150 to the Community Center
a crop. The doggone things are since we've gotten interested in Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen and welcome-Key. H. H. Mott.
fund. This will be used for rest room facilities and painting the ex-
too heavy to mess with especially pastor.
birds we've learned how mjuch.Interest :, dir. and Mrs. Vasco Hazen of
tenon of the building. when they get down to aroundone there is in observing.some Starke.

Theressa's example of comTiunitywide cooperation might well cent a pound. Berries may of the most perfect creations. Mr. and Mrs. John Eddie of UEILBRONNBAFTIST l\U ,OABYI'

serve as inspiration for other areas of the county that have many get cheap but they never get there are in this world. iValdo visited Mr. and Mrs. N. J. CHURCH
heavy. Sunday Schoor 10 a. m. Morn
more advantages and much more to work with. That's why w 've I: avis Saturday afternoon. Worship, 11 a. m. Evening

aside editorial matters this week to turn the I The wet winter has, inconvenienced : ,
put' weightier spotlighton
Although a load of those 4!21 but it i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis of Eau Worship 7:30 p. m. Training ,T'F "

a cooperative community that is accomplishing a lot with a little. inch berries shown at the Tampa has made some the people people, over bt sure- pallie visited Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Midweek ;} .
Keystone bavis .
Fair would have some weight to Brooklyn Saturday afternoon. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday :
Heights happy, '. Mr and Mrs. Jack Eddie of 7:30 -
them. Anyone here a pjn.CEMETERY ", .
seen ,
lake is steadily I
coming up Waldo \isited Mr. and Mrs. N. J.Davis /
bigger berry than that?
4r' .5. There's, z lot of activity .around<| Sunday afternon. WORKING

I the water-front .and one store '
I Winston Kelley went to the There ,,-Ullbe a cemetery work- 4< ''
We went down to Melrose and \
Qt owner told us that business is to' .'
+ a ,Tampa Fair Saturday. ing at the Sapp Cemetery Tuesday ) '.
I got< a camellia and two citrus .. ;.;;'
I ; better now than it has been for Little Sherrie Hinston is spending March 3. All those interested I., .' .' .' ."II' <'
r, trees which we set out. It's so
fry tt4T long And all because we've or
L a time.
the week with her father Bill are asked to come prepared for .. <
wet around that a
our place
.we're had a lot of rain. work. < ;
afraid the citrus trees may drown 5.5 of Osmar.

K.. .. out and of there's Mrs. J. T. Sowells spent the
course a good
_, chance that a freeze might get In spite of the fact that 99 percent past week in South Carolina visiting It. The CouBt .!;.dlp'" Court Of

4"':,t, ++- them out we're going to try' andif done of with the tractors land working, you\ still Is now see il her father, Mr. Dukes, who is I Hradford In Pr...Count..... Florida. 1PH1LC0.: I

we lose them we'll try again.I I I quite few mules in the hospital.Mr. IX m: Estate of Evelyn<< E. Whelan.
We might be hard-headed but i around the and Mrs. Milton Mott and also known an Evelyn N. YThelan.
country. One man we asked aboutit and as Evelyn NorstadtVheJ.m. ;
i Children visited Mr. and Mrs. H.
then 'I .
again Deem'cd.oTne
we might get some
said; "I know I'm fool to 11I11 12
k home-grown citrus and we'd like' a f.L' Mott Sunday. > : TO CRKDITOItS 1 tit'. lA>"
keep feeding -
'on. ,that old mule, Mrs. A. B. Whitehead and chil- All person having claims or demands -
but I like the old rascal and I against the estate of Evelyn
1 .5. dren of the Vanderbilt section I K. Whelan, aNo known at Kveljn CONDITIONER
'. doesn't eat m ch." ''X. ,Y ..iJlI. and as Eiftyn Xor.stailt AIR
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
Just for the
information of -S. Whelandeceased, are hereby ntl-! ." .
those interested in the problem of Thomas and family Sunday. I fied and required to file their claim "..."
y!J t Now some people say that Linda Sue Thomas visited Mr. in the office of the County Judge
L heating our electric bill .for the mules Bradford County. Florida in tie I
are dumb and some say and Mrs. Paul Faulkner of Starke,
J. month of Dec. 13-Jan. 13 was I at Starke. Florida.
: -. $!6.92. That includes our regular, that they have a lot of sense buteveryone Saturday.. I..f eight calendar months from
date of the first publication of
COOKS Ernest Triest, Perry Sullivan, Dick Griffi, and James I electric service which usually a- must must agree that they Mr. and Mrs. Reid Lewis and I this notice, or the same will becomevoid
t mounts to' I have something when they children of Starke visited Mr. and according to law. This }'Ii-
Starling seem to enjoy fryingfkh and hu-Jipuppies ju>t as much as around $8, and our can keep right on eating without rnary 15th. 1953: :
C. L. Atkinson
Mrs. Sunday.
water-type heat pump which keptus First Publication February 19 1919:;
other folks enjoy eating them I comfortably I vorking. If you don't think that'sa Party Dorothygo"(1 Swanhom.
warm during the
:. trick just try it. Miss Roselee Robertson _of Administratrix of the Estate of

1 yyyyyyyy.............;.. ... Starke and Miss Betty Jean Allen lolli: Kieltn!' V. Knie-ht.F:. \\helan Starke, deceased Florida,
sleep !
Attorney for Administratrix.
were hostesses for a lovely Valen-
CLAY HILL Bud and Nellie Wilkinson sold tine party at the Brooker Community :-13 4t 3-12 AaC
their broiler
chicks a short time Center.
ta, bent J. L. IClrirkl"n"AAAAA ago. Now: they are ready for an- The Center was decorated in :'U'U'IP.U.Tt'R.U.: : (;.\S IHS-
other 1,006 or so. They are expecting THIIHT10MSTKM
the appropriate spirit of Valen-
) V LV.V City of !!tarke, Florida
these in a few days, we tine Day with red and white de SEALED 1'KOI-OSAL.S will be rev YV .,
Mrs. Lillian WilkinsonWe understand. corations. (' 'id by the City (Council City of
:':tarkf'. Florida'until :;OO F M,
were saddened to learn that Clyde Padgett and Lloyd Wil- Games were played and the (Eastern Standard Time), on 1: .
our friend and neighbor, and sister kinson came to this section againa hostesses served refreshments to March 1959 and opened by the City ---- ---
.... Council fct that tim in the Council .
1' in the church Mrs. Lillian short time ago1 to 'aft na tfte approximately 25"guest5: room at the City Hall for the installation VV.I

4f I I jV-ilkinscn. or Miss Lillie, as she funeral of Lloyd's brother-in-law.; Shower of natural gas distribution.

ja r ,- was well known died at her Clyde also visited his Aunt Lizzie Friday the 13th according to system All material In tarkt and>. Florida.equipment furnished

d = ( daughter Greta's home in Orlando Dupree in Jacksonville. Grace superstition is a very unlucky day. and all work performed shall
(I Thursday She Lang also visited her Aunt be in strict accordance with the
4, tyaa.l evening. had been Lizzie But Mrs. Pat (Hobbs] Barry of : plans, specifications and
1 k iTIIERESS. i at Greta's home very sick, for j last week. Lizzie is crippled sO Gainesville would not agree. I d".um\'TItl' pertaining thereto contract, a bnh

i scmetime. badly with arthritis that walking On Friday the 13th a miscel- may b* examined at the office of
She City Cr..rk.lnd at the office of
+r I She was a member of Long i? difficult. She fell few days ago l&necuspshower was given in her Reynold :Smith:; and Hills Architects

t.. .. Branch church for a number of and blacked her eye otherwiseshe honor at the Brooker ,.Community and Engineers! ::7 Park
.. .
i. 'I < .
Street P O. Tf.x 4817) Jacksonllle
.. rears. She was a leader in the was not hurt. Other than thisslie Center. ., Florida. Plans and specif-!-

.\ \\1VES Me with each other in donating tempting WMU work Training Union. Sun- is getting along very \\ell. i iMrs.. Barry sitting in the placeof < tons may be pun'based from Key- i I j I II _
Holds. Smith and HilK Architects
desserts! to help raise Community Center funds. 1st row ((1-r) Midge day School or any other Christ- Our neighbors Fred' Lang and honor had Mrs. Jim Hobbs and Engineers, for the sum of
ian work there was to do. She will L laHarris' of Maxville. were I Sr. of Starke sitting on her right Hi.00 per set; which up'to two set
Dodd, Ann Bell, Betty Breeden, and Ruby Dickens. 2nd row : PeggyPa'oc be greatly missed by all who knew married
Saturday evening atMaxville. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry sitting on
} who, submit bona fide PHILC
Ruth Griffis, Reba Thompson, and Belle Gnann. her. Her! funeral was in Hickory We"U1 d rstand.ther will her, left. bids upon their return in good condition .

Grove church at Green Cove bt at home at Clay Hill in the The Center was decorated with date rf within opening fifteen (15) days after @

Springs Sunday afternoon. Burial future. yellow and white.flowers. A white voplrs nf the '(' bid4IndiVidga'1 ,

was in Spring Branch cemetery, Our viisting nurse came last I'Lee. cloth covered the gift table. tial sets of
cured for $3 90 V
Li iH ((3b Our sympathy goes to all of her week to. see how Jim and. his The guest: book was in Mrs. R. PGano's per sheet respectively not .
relatives. May all prepare to meet able. All bid shall be rt'flInd-j
cancers are getting along.We hada care. on the standard prouo Miss Lillie in heaven. nice )'isi .With.her. It.seems: she Mrs. Guy Harrell and Mrs. Bob- voided with the specification. Extracopies I-hp) Bantam
Our sympathy goes to the family was reared on"a' farm d'en bie Dyie were in charge of the :\f theproposal form may be
; obtained from the Architects and
of Della
Norman of LaVl
tey, : joys talking farm! games. Mrs. Jimmy Crosby of Ensmetr.- without charge '

who was buried in Long Branch Sunday evening Rev..and' Mrs. Starke Mrs. R. A. Nettles, Jr. and A Bin ,Bond properly executed by I i
j' the bidder and by a qualified Surety '
cemetery last week.
I Chism and _Edward, their ,son, Mrs. ,Chester Andrews won the or a certified or cashier's check I
Elgin Lang and son. Lee Moore (' came to see us..He, 1 informed us prizes. (n any National or State Dank, in I Air Conditioner
were called to Jacksonville last I a sum not less than five perecntaCJ
Mrs. Barry received love-
the Highland church is havingthe many ( ) of the largest amount. made
week to the funeral of Elgin's nephew study course we were tp.have. ly and useful gifts. Refreshments payable to the City of Marke, Flor-
Lee's first cousin. He had "' and canapes ida, must accompany .each bid a!! a1P:9arant
The of punch candy, .
}essons are on Wednesday -. that the bidder will not
been working' for the railroad for e\coins in connection to the were served to 42 guests. J I ,,withdraw from the competition after
: 111 29 years as carpenter. He died of prayer' meeting services. Hostesses for the event were: opening. the bids and in the I Runs on ordinary house voltage
N awarded to
contract ,
a heart attack. We did not learn The Clay Hill Baptist ,church Mrs. M.. O. Harrell, Mrs., Guy 1 Ib..e..IlI'Wrr.\ ,he wlll.: ."within. ten (10)PROTOypiirDfflVER'S (110-IISv)
/ at this person's name but our sympathy I; .. -
+ goes to all relatives and has just completed their study Con be /installed in u minutes
1 t friends. I course which was very success I : :

-. ,.... ful. The book ,studied ,was "The license .
Willie England had to miss Pull of the People". Fifteen Chassis approximately/ / U"xU"x2VAutomatic
JUST A FEW of the Therera'uungsters who enjoy skating on some school last week, due to an the course. AD'were blessed ., I

the concrete court: ((1 I-r) Carolyn Kelsey, Emily Johns Dennis Hall abscessed tooth but seems to be -with the inspiring teaching'of BUY .

Ernie Triest, and Breads Griffis. well now. Rev. Purvis R.: Lawson. ,of the ; temperature control '
that Nettie Car- I
Cedar Creek
ter is recuperating nicely from ,

i her recent operation performedat and Several church attended at Clay Sunday Hill Sunday School i LOW. COST LIABILITY. INSURANCE Meets most landlord requirements

rj; County Hospital. Feb. 8, in spite of rain. They also <
Jessie Manning is also getting

t. 4 along "just fine" after his recent had usual a, goodly in attendance number more at than this No Membership Fees 6 'Mo. Policies 5-year warranty

dress so we are told.
church last Sunday. Faye Englandi
Irene Padgett ran a nail in her
pianist since Mrs. Ronnie
?, foot Feb. 7. She has been doctoring -

/ ce ," the place herself and working does not attend here any more. DOYLE;
: cn at the school cafeteria until Rev. Lane is no longer pastor E. CONNER' AGENCY Yoit can JnBtaillpuself''

Y i Thursday of last week. The foot here.Revival services will 136\W. CaD St. Phone \VO 4-4501 i : -. _-
begin at -
., ". I failed to heal and she had'to seea w. _
,, the Clay Hill Baptist Church A
doctor and get a shot as well as Mar. -. .. -- gives big capacity cooling !
have the foot treated. The report :!, Services will begin each evening, .
at 7:30: p. m. There will be good
Sunday, the foot is improvedsome. -
gospel singing and preaching.

We did not send news last Everyone .is cordially invited to ; COPIITE TREE SERVICE

: attend. Rev. James H. Branch is
week. In fact we did not have any
the evangelist.
news except our dog had told us = *
A3 LOW A3 .
$4 _s; ) there was another 'possum In the .YYYYYYYYYYyyyyyyyTYYY. Pruning Cavity Work ...... ,-
'" '
chicken yard. We ran out and -V.. Tree Removals

I .> :- Jim slaughtered could get the the gun'possum and get before out BROOKERBj i i. De-Mossing. TransplantingFree .15995

to see what we had 'treed" on the

:- "- giound. Looks like these things ) Barbara Sue Davis Inspection and,EstimatesSAPP'S _

could come before we go to bed, .
then we would not have to 4AAA AA-AAAAAAAAAAAA AAJk* w
jump tf
e out of bed and go take care of Mrs. Veriie Johns ,is visitingher :: Philco Model A-9S4-2W '

r. thcm. Anyway this happens so daughter Mrs: Dory Elder:in TREE SURGEONS

1 1s ( often anymore it is not news. It Mobile, Ala. for ,two weeks. .' -- '

l- j has turned into gossip so we just The Guy Harrells enjoyed the PETE SAPP- OwnerP.

> .' ) 111E j I let it all go. weekend at.Sa1t..SP s.- Get a PHILCO BANTAM today !

'. | The cat hunters must have I little ,Billy ,Bigham ,is visitingthe 0. Box 774 Phone EA .5-4887 Palatka, Fla. ;: I

tr been here: two nights last week. I Lloyd ;wood family; in Jacksonville .. 1 ,

r ., Anyway: < there were dogs running lor',a"; few daysiMr. : -. AGENTS -.
.. '<" .._. .t I and .barking all night and kept I ..aid'Mrs W. E. Bi ham Sr. Phone FR ,6-2661 Phone' 'MA 9-3617 C. H. Nasworthy Philco. Dealer
i iI
1\10:1\:; '(."' '-; "-as pleased when Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley won tbdoaR e the doss all around us (Including!of Lakeiand.and Mranri. ,] Ir.s. W. Gainesville Fla. Ocala Fla.
otrsl] disturbed until we could F E.igharn. Jr.;, ,and Jane
l>tue (h tt ftpiwsbecause, they have been mainstays of the 1 .Mary '
Community ( cnlor:.program fcince_it* beginning. not! sleep.'If they caught taU cat Bigham 'left, -Saturday',night for ,Phone..., 1631. I'ake-_ .City.Fla.l,_ !. I 310 E. Call St. .Starke, Fla.
right, if they didn't well 'we Parris: Island to be "with", .Teddy ; rt "

ISt -


V .

THURSDAY FEB. 19 1959!)


&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA was assisted in entertaining by I hospital in Jacksonville. Sunday. V'TV VYT VVV VVVVYVVVVVV 771 kale '. _. on or before the 2 day of Mann 19- ,a 1It'len'Io'II..nan l'a\lC, llt-ft'nd'j -
Mrs. Henry Griffis. Mrs. Dorothy Waters had as her In re: Estate: 'of.Mary. Eldora 59; otherwise the allegations of said jant.I __ \ -"' -' -
Clark. Deceased.To Complaint will be taken as confessedby
MAXVILLE We are sorry to learn that Ernest guests Sunday her daughter, Mrs. GRIFFIS LOOP all creditors and persons having yon. : I NOTICE TO DF..F.'OIX I

Padgett has been ill and that Bill Roberson and daughtr, Mar- claims or.d mand. against said This notice shall be published once (.1" THE NAME (W TilE TATE GEM'S ENTIRE
I estate :
: each week for four
Bj Sirs. C. B. Nolan his wife had to carry him to the cia of Jasper.Mr. By Verble Anderson&AAAAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAAjA You and each of you are hereby !5n the BRADFORD consecutiveiweeks COUNTYTELEGRAPH. .: .Ada Morrison Davis also! I II
doctor Friday afternoon. and Mrs. Harry Padgett notified and required to presentany I li-iwn as Helen Hiuhanan Davis, 1
&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAl.ancUa.rrls claims or demands which you. Dated this :! day of January, 1':;'. whose residence i" unknown: STORE IS ONE
Oscar Wilkinson spent Sunday with two of Mr.
and E. D. and or either of you, may have against! I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Yon are hereby notified that a
Wedding Buford Higginbotham enjoyed a I II I Padgett' sisters. the estate of Mary Eldora Clark, Charles A. Darby I suit in fruity, in which the relief" I
I Mrs. Thomas O"Brian and children sought I is' divorce, has been filed
I II deceased late
1 of said Clerk of the Circuit Court
County, to
. A wedding of interest to a wide I fishing: trip at Lake Grandin last Mrs. Morris Bell and Mrs. W. J. and Verble Anderson visit- the County Judge of Bradford Coun- I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. a .ain!>t j t'U by Harry Daialso ,

circle of friends was that of Mrs.j Saturday and enjoyed a big catch. Bell attended the basketball ed Mis. Cecil Rowe, Tuesday t house), Florida of at his office in the court 1.*' 4t 2-19 !I ahoy Known,. named as Henry(Court and Davis cause in and the I Great Bargain
Mrs. Joyce Holiman tournament in Bunnell last Fri I said County at Starke, ,
Lealer Harris of Maxville] to Mr. I of Middle- night. Florida, within calendar von are summoned ordered and reiuirrd I
Fred of which burg spent last weekend with her day. months from I> rOI.XT.JI'DGE'S COURT. INAMI to file your written answerdefenses
Lang Clay Hill tin time of the Tim .
There will be a Sunday School FOR I1R.'IFORI) ( OtNTY.FLOR : <., to the Complaint in
was solemnized on Saturday night i i brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Eugne Bell and Wayne Cody of mass meeting Thursday, Feb. 19a claim publication or demand of this shall notice.be in writing Each 1"-'. *nul. cause in the office of the und Counter *

February 14, at 7:30: p. m. at the :I Mrs. Ernest Padgett and family.I Callahan attended the basketball Heilbronn Baptist Church at and shall state the place of residence In FLORENCE re. Estate J.of MOORE, -rsisn.-d Florida Oerk of said' before Court atStarke.
on or the
home of bride's son-in-Jaw and j We are very glad to learn that trurnament in Bunnell Frday. 7.30 p. m. Those who do not have the claimant and post, and office shall be address sworn' toby of deceased. 9th day tf March. .\. D. n:>'. and

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry j I Buddy Padgett who has been ill Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell and transportation may meet at Boat- I the claimant agent attorney, OTICB TO CREDITORS t.> serve a COP there on Hollis V. : Last Chance
Griffis of Maxville. The home was : with pneumonia is feeling better.j'family had as their guests and any such demand not so filed All creditors of the estate of Knight. plaintiffs attorney whose I !
on !
not later than 7 p. m.'Iet'swin shall be Florence J. Moore, deceased" address' I. 131V.:: Call Street.
beautifully decorated for the oc- t Miss Martha Harris visited Saturday Sunday afternoon, Mr. Bell's the banner instead of leaving void.Eva Clark, hereby notified and required are to Starke. Florida. on or before said

Casion with arrangements of ] night with Floyd Minetrea brother, Andrew Bell and sons of I it to others. k : As executrix of the Last Will and file any claims or demands which I dute.Florida as and required Rules by of Court the Laws fOf Sale Ends Sat.

white gladiolius, white chrysanthemums -; in the NAS Main Side Base hos- Jacksonville.Mrs. Testament of Mary Eldora Clark, ; they may have against said estatein fil to do so. a decree If yoU',
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown I of deceased. I the office of the county Judge of pro
and fern. pital m Jacksonville.We Richard Covey and cnil- Groverland of theirbrothE'rinlaw .First publication. Feb. 5. 1959. Bradford County Florida in the I be entered against you -fur the
were guests relief demanded
The bride chose as her matron are sorry to hear that Mrs. dren of Jacksonville visited Sun- 2,5; 4t %-6 courthouse at Stark,. Florida. within I This notice shall in the be Complaint OUT TIECO! -
and sister, Mr. and eight calendar months from the publishedonce
0: honor, Mrs. D. B. Griffis of Oscar Wilkinson had to carry two day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffis, over the week- NOTICE date of the first publication of a week for four consecutive

Maxville while D. B. Griffis served of her children, Harold and Mrs. Frank Brown. Notice II hereby' given that on this notice.beIn Each claim or demand I weeks. in commencing the Bradford not'ounty less Telegraph than- Child's $6.95Matching
Cheryl to the doctor last week. end.Miss Tuesday, the 3rd of March. A. must writing and must state
as best man. J. D. Brown who was recently day the pla e of residence 30: days before said return day.
Shirley Brown is spendingthe P. 1S5! ; '. at 7:01) p. m., the City I and post- Witness Set
n hand ,seal
Mrs. C. B. Nolan of Baldwin Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and home on furlough is now stationed office address of the claimant and y and tho of
will "
Council hold '
a public hearingin said ( o.irt at
with her Starke. Florida
played the Wedding Marcn. The children drove them up to Starke. at Ft. Dix N. J. waiting ordersto brotherinlawand the Council Chamy, at City must his age.it.be sworn' or his to by the claimant. 3rd: day of February A. D. 1!'3S!this.
Mr Junior Wilkinson sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hall Starke, Florida upon a petition -, attorney, or it Beautifully Boxed
bride beautiful street had to
wore a
return to his post of duty in Brown. requesting that "SSid Council will bf''Omtoid according to law. CHARLES A. DARP.Y I
length pink lace dress over taffeta carry her husband to the doctor Germany.Mr. t'loand abandon those portions! February 4. 1959.S nerk of said' Circuit Court :Matching Bracelet and

with Navy blue accessories.in Saturday morning. We wish him a and Mrs. Lewis Conner and Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brook- of thre-e unused platted streets < ) CECIL R. MOORE CIRCriT 1'tMariari COI-RT SEAL L Crosby) ':, Necklace :Many Styles
Cecil R. Moore
her hand she carried a white speedy recovery. children of Bryceville visited Sun- ins and daughter, Linda went hereinafter disclaim described any right and of renounceand the" City i Executor of the Estate of IVputy Clerk j to Choose From

Bible and corsage of pink rose Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, day with Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis fishing Saturday but had no luck. of Starke.and the public in and to Fiorene J. Moore deceased 2-5 4t :-2"iOhI'E ,

buds. Rev. John Wilkinson pastor Sr. and Miss Nancy McPherson and Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and Better luck next time. the land lying within said portionsof %-ii 4t:6 I' Now only
said op
streets; said portions of I.K.C.ISITIO SSe
fcf the Clay Hill Baptist Church I visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown said platted streets being described IN THH riRClIT01- 'RT. BR4IJ- TO WHOM IT 11.t'ClX'f I X: ;<

read the wedding vows. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and t I Mr. and Mrs. Waver Griffis visited their son-in-law and as follows: FOMIIOI'M-V, FI.OHIIM: IN N" te is hereby given of intention I

Out of town guests at the wed- Mrs. Bill Oliver and Miss Char- carried Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffisto daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil In ing Knight's to platt Subdivision thereof' recorded accord-in HIM-KH1 to Honda apply Legislature to the U39! : fur Session passage of the of <, '

ding were Mr. Lang's son-in-law lene Wilkinson in Jacksonville last a Starke doctor Monday. Hope Rowe, Sunday. I'lat Look 2, Page 21, public Case No. 1-,III an art to allocate a sum of monev II Reg. $.{.50 Value
Winton Parrish and children of Friday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Griffis will continue to improve Linda Brookins was guest' of records Florida: of Bradford. County, r>' Davis.Davis Plaintiff also known as Hen- by the the punof('"unIY Commissioners advertising and for

Avon Park, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie H. W. [Pat} Parrish and now. Patsy O'Brian, Sunday. I. Foure.nth Street, running vsAda promoting irradfurd County. Florida I Cultured PearlPENDANTS

Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Arthur children returned to her home in We are glad that Sarah Mae I James O'Brian visited his boy from Oak Street onth,
Wilkinson. Mrs. Ed Harris Mrs. Pensacola last week where she Griffis is improving after an illness friend, Calvin Reams, Sunday.We its intersection right-of-way with line the of Westerly Seaboard -- -

Ralph Silas, Mrs. Lilly Mosley, will stay while her husband will last week. of Boatdrain are sorry to Air Line Railroad on the That's Our Basinets Now

Mrs. Hazel Wells, Mrs. Katie have duty on the RID FranklinD. We are sorry to learn that Dan hear that Mrs. Laura Goolsby has East t. i. iI w I 3 L only SSe
2. Fifteenth Street running
!)owen, Emory Barriman, Mrs. Roosevelt for 6 months with Hargrove's sister, Mrs. Edna been in Bradford County Hos from Oak Street OD"he- West to tII! 111 If It's Glass We Hate III!

Fanny Sweat and J. Ward Sweatof the U. S. Navy. Manning of Glen St. Mary fell pital. We wish her a speedy recovery its intersection with the Westerly c IpIJJ CALL WRITE VISIT

Jacksonville and Maik and Mrs. Dorothy Waters visited l test week and injured her leg and and hope she will soon be right-of-way Air Line Railroad.line of on Seaboard the-, Men's and Ladies FINE

Danny Webb of Wesconnett. her son Bud in the Baptist hos- is unabl to walk on it. back at church with us. East. Joe Peters Glass

Immediately following the cere- pital in Jacksonville last Wednes- I Mrs. Lacey Griffis is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffis 3.from Sixteenth Oak Street Street on the West running to ( I Co. WATCH BANDS

mony a reception was held at the day. While there she also visited I her mother, Mrs. Flirtie Griffis and children of Palatka visited its intersection with the Westerly -

home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grif- with her sistersinlaw.Mrs. 'in Lawtey who is m.I Mr. Guff is' parents, Mr. and Mrs. right-of-way line of Seaboard 1 %% PJI FOR ANY GLASS NEED Stainless Steel and Gold

lies. The dining room table covered Annie Harris visited In I Friends of Mrs. Evelyn Griffis Arnold Griffis last Wednesday.We East. Air Line Rallruad on the ___ We Design Modern Store Fronts Filled. \n Stjles. Guaranteed ; -

with a beautiful pink linen I Jacksonville Saturday with Mr. will be interested to learn that had 100 per cent attendancein All interested parties may appear 'L Just Mail Us A Pattern for Fine Well

cloth centered with four and Mrs. Fred Harris. Training Union and thfard at the .tlme-.and place
was a 'her brother Ronnie Bernstein. Sunday night. above specified. Table Tops Known Brands. Never

"tier pink and white wedding cake, We are sorry lo learn that College Park Ga. will be stationed This gooaly number will be withu Dated this February 3. 1909.S ;; 1313 N.W. 4th PL GaInesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Such Values!

adorned with a miniature bride Harry Padgett has to enter the in a New Jersey camp for a- every Sunday night, and for. ( ) T. C. Hazen. Jr

and groom and an adjoining table St. Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville bout another 12 weeks. Sunday School. Attest! : Chairman, Cily Council 4:95 Now

helda punch bowl of lime she- for surgery and we do wish Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning Rev. Orville Brookins and (S) Carl Johns, City Clerk 1.88

bert punch. After the bride and I I him a speedy recovery.Mr. spent last Tuesday and Wednes- Thomas O'Brian looked at another -

groom cut the cake it was served I and Mrs. Ray Pellumand day with Mrs. Browning's parents bus this week. The church has I. the C..rt."nnd Clrralt Coart. SeveBth For HradtvrdCoonlr. Judicial \'\ What would 6.95 Now 2.88

by Mrs. John Wilkinson and Mrs.j son and Mr. and Mrs. Don Eich- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Parrish and not yet purchased one. Anyone Florida.rhanrrrr ':. (

.Ralph Silas, while Mrs. Ed Harris elsor and children of Jacksonville family. knowing of one for sale please >;o. 1S-7O.1 :t
and Mrs. Hazel Wells served :visited with Mr. and Mrs Francis We are sorry to learn that E. contact Mr. Brookins or Mr. O'- In A The Female Matter Minor Of The Child AdoptionOf Whose \ \,..... a serious accident Now 3.88

the punch to ';5 guests. Mrs. C. I Coleman, Sunday. B. Wellhausen and his son, Gary Brian. Name 'is Cynthia Ann Sherouse ;(

B. Nolan presided at the bride's Little Randy Eichelsor son of have been ill and we wish them a Miss Barbara Jean Zippero of Fy James Lacy SilcoX, Petitioner.Vs. ..5.. t- do to your budget?

book.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Eichelsor of speedy recovery. Leesburg visited her uncle and J. .Sheronse.State Welfare whose Hoard residence And is Don un / ,/'/-;-., '. ,;.,.;-.. _-_ "-" Men's TIE SETS

and Mrs. H. A. Sweat of i' Jacksonville spent last weekend We v..ere glad to hear that Mrs. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Grif- known. Respondents.TO Without proper insurance protection- an accident could deal your and CUFF LINKS

Macclenny were supper guests of with his grandparents, Mr. and Penney Griffis has imporved and fis, and Mr. and Mrs. Willie : fonJ.. her use, residenceunkno'vn. budget a hard blow. Our Hartford Sickness and Accident plan

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat Saturday Mrs. ?. B. Coleman and family. was at church Sunday. Green, Sunday.
Please .take notice that on the gives you the protection you need. It includes (1)I payment of
night. I Mrs. Dorothy Waters John. John McCall is visiting with Mrs. Theb Harris visited her GUt day of February A. D- 1959! a ,I Your Choice 68
most hospital! bills; ((2)) assistance with major medical expenses;
.A Valentine party was held at Linda and Roger Waters. Bonnie j.I j.1\Ir. and Mrs. William Smith and father, S. H. Thompson, last week. Petition for the adoption of a Female
Child ,-hose name ,is Cynthia (3)) income to replace earnings lost through disability; (4)) bene- I,
the home of Mrs. D. B. Griffis i I Padgett. Susie Harris Richard family. Mnay friends attended the

kst Friday night for Misses Kar-i i Norman, Rose and Sidney Well-I Friends of Mrs. Evelyn Griffis birthday pary Saturday night in Ann Lacy Sherouswas SilcV>\,\a'nd you filed are by hereby James fits if >ou stiffer fatal or crippling injuries. Call! us for all details. I Name Brands

en and Sharon Griffis. About 25 hansen Pete Wilbanks and Fran- will be interested to learn that honor of Matthew Griffis. Re- comanded to'appear in' said' Courton

young people enjoyed this occasion -! ces Bell all visited with Bud :;her step-mother. Mrs. Iva Born- freshments were served and every- I59,, the and .Sth show day('ausp..if of March any A.why I). H. C. WALL AGENCY WATCHES2L88

with the girls. Mrs. Griffis Waters in the Baptist Memorial i stein cf College Park, Ga. is improving one had a good time. Many more said' Petition jfiouM not be granted -

___ ___ __ ,I i iTHK : from a recent illness. happy birthdays, Matthew. I STARKE FLA.
"itne.nii roT fiand and. Seal of saidfVnrf.
J IRTIT (rotnr iAISD FOR BRI>FOHD corNrr, FLORID Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson Members Boatdrain enjoyeda it Starke, Bradford County, $

,'. AT LAW l''Q.1IH1 and family spent Sunday in Jacksonville weiner roast Wednesday nightat Florida this ,,6th- .Jay of. February.A .. .. Jteprcuentinl the Hartford Fire Insurwr f'c.r,y.t&y IIriI II I
D. ,
\, with Mrs. Grace Herrick the close of their study course. I

Jtor CORPORATION TOX TEXAS a HAS corporation AND OH, )) who had fallen and hurt her leg All said they enjoyed both the (!W..A 1959'1'Darby Clerk of the These are the finest in

Petitioner, AMENDED badly and is unable to walk on it. study course and the party. Circuit -- -ui-u _r- 1 JYou'll 17-JeweI Watches. Many
vs. >OTICK OF fOMIKMN \TIO'i1fADF.I.lf. Butch Flakes and Johnnie Ry Si! Mafian L.Cro80y< D.' C.
\ Mrs. Riley Rhoden and childrenof
:' KPWARPS, et Vlr ) Cha!'. J. Ki pff'r..AUpTn.ev. for Petitioner with Stretch ands. All
*t' al. ) Macclenny spent the day Fri- Johnson also celebrated birthdays IO/, Lemon Street- ," Palatka. the Newest Styles. Trulya
Defendant ) FlorMta" 2-12 4t :-5
dy with Mrs. E. D. Higginoothamand Sunday.

JN THK XAME AND BT AL'TltORITT family. Boatdraln Baptist Church notice change Lifetime Value!
THK OP TIIP STATK OK In Tbe 'I1T.1t l C':Brt Of The.EfKlUfc a
TO WHOM IT :MAY Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn- Judicial Circuit of Florida la And
son Johnnie had Sunday dinner ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Training For Bradford County; .. Cbs.rery .- OUR ENTIRE STOCK

Parrel Ow.er F..r.. F.nllmated with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat ofacc1enny Union, 6:30: p. m.; Evening Wor- v v,Cue ;.;0.' 12-71 FINE
A Inr when
I Ressie app. widow, whose rsMortgage! payable to: 4U.VU ship 7:30 p. no. and prayer meet- Honnie Craven. Plai tif(. "VII. Dean you change to

idence is HF!), Lawtey, Florida The Florida Bank at Mr. and Mrs J. C Higginbothamand ing every Wednesday at 7:15 "P'I Craven.; Defendant.
Jamie Sapp CHibb and husband, da. Dated ll-Z .41, re- children of Lawtey and Mrs. B,. R?v. Orville Brookins, pastor. IN TUB NAME OF THE STATE OF

Walter Edgar rinlib. whose rut'ordf'd in Book 13. Lyle Schmehls and children of Everybody welcome. FLORIDA: .
idence I is 2713 Bfc Road, Urar.d page 54!. securing payment -
,%-.. Jacksonville dinner TO: Dean Craven, whose'rf'ltldf'nt'e 5DKoolmotor to OFF
Junction. Colorado; of $SSO.OO.Mildred were Sunday is unknown: HALF
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buford HAMPTON CHRISTIAN You are hereby notified that a -
Sapp Petzel and husband
Higginbotham.We CHURCH suit In equity in which the relief
R. A. Petzel, whose resident Come in and take ad.
is Tit. 1, Box 318 O r\ais, are sorry to learn that Wil- i Sunday School Sunday, 10 a. soiijrbt is divorce, has been filed a-
;alnst yon by Ionne! Craven in vantage of this truly
Oregon; lie Harris has been ill with an ear n.., morning worship, 11 a m.; the aboe.named Court and cause Oil I

J. D Sapp and wife. Keba Sapp infection and the flu. His son evening worship 7:00 p. m. Prayer and you arf'" !summoned ordered and Great Sale! ,

whose residence I is Kt. Box aal, .. required to file your written answer \
4. Oscar Harris carried him to the Meeting, Tuesday evening, 7:30
Jacksonville Florida; or defense! to the complaint In .
doctor in Baldwin Monday night. p. m. John White, Pastor. said cause in the office of the undersigned "./ V

W. E. Sapp and "'Iff', Nell sapp. Hope he will soon be well. Clerk of said Court attarkp Two Big Special
whose residence Is 31UO Wood Florida, on or before the 1. Increased gasolene mileage
Ave., Pla-Mor Trailer Village, Scrry to hear that little Donna road completed and I'm sure that lAth day of March. A.D. 1939. and Groups Tomorrow

Colorado Springs, Colorado; Faye Higginbotham. daughter of you do. t 1 serve! a copy thereof on Tlollis 2. Increased engine
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higginbotham V. Knight, plaint If PS attorney power
We legret to hear that Mrs. Jo
G. W. Sapp and wife. Hazel Sapp. whose address!' is p. O. Rox IIf!. CROUP; NO. 1
whose residence l is Lawtey, Mur- has been ill. Nell Mann daughter of Mrs. Bertha Starke Florida, on or before said 3. Decreased oil consumption One Ladies'
Ida; Mr. and Mrs. J. David Padgett Padgett was injured in an date. as required by the Laws! of great group
Florida and Rules of Court. If Solid Cold; Rings. Every
and E. C. Padgett visited in Mid- you
wreck last Saturday
James shlpman Sapp and wire, automobile fail so to do. a decree pro confesso! 4. Decreased engine knock
Wanda Sapp. whose residence is dleburg Sunday afternoon with night and has received an injuryto will he entered against you for the Birthstone is here. Val.

Lawtey Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mosley.Mr. her neck. She is in St. Vin relief demanded in the complaint ues up (to $15

Charles P. Sapp and wife Wanda and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson cent's Hospital in Jacksonvilleand This notice shall be published! 5. Decreased engine wear
once a week for four consecutive
Lawtey Lee, Florida app. whose; residence J* and family of Jacksonville visited we wish her a speedy recovery weeks hi Bradford County Tele- Now Only 6.88

last Thursday with Mr. Wilkin- Itr& h. commencing February 1%. ..-,.-.-. -

!Sharon Sapp Kiland and hus son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drew 13! *. Cities Service 5D Koolmotor
\Titn* my'hand arid the neat of
band. Carl Kiland. whe al1- GROUP NO. 2
dresa I Is Hampton. Florida; Wilkinson.Mr. I\ COt\TV JtU(;K'9! COURT INAND said Court at tarkf'. Florida this actually does the work of several
and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson i : FOR BRADFORD COC.\TY. February 10. ,1IS! !!. Here is another! All solid

.3ohn Oerow Sapp single, whose visited in Jacksonville last Satur- FLORID (rmrriT rorRT SEAL) -. grades of motor oil to LI Gold Rings, beautifully
residence is LSwtey Florida, ana In re: Estate of ChhrlM A_ Durhv, sl.vcI
day with Mrs. Ocie Fraser and FLORENCE J. MOORE. Clerk of said Circuit ('nor?. give you maximum protectionfor mounted with jour favorite -
1'atrlcla Sapp, single and a minor .
Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Rigdon. deceased 2-12 4t 2-3 Values to
whose residence Is Lawtey, Mrs. T. H. Edwards'visited rela- NOTICE OF PROBATE starting, warm-up, and 5 stone.
; .
AS AXD BKIXO the heirs and tues in Macclenny Monday even- THE ESTATE OF- SAID. DECEDENT I. Clrevlt C...... BrarffoM UneaSy, cruising-the three daily drive

only heirs-at-law (together with : Florida Im Ckaaeerr.Judith ing $ Now Only
their respective spouses where ing.Miss Shirley Wilkinson accompanied You are hereby notified that to a Ann GooUby, Plaintiff. ranges. 0.88SILVERWARE
written instrument purporting
married of J. S. Sapp, Jr.. deceased Ray Coolsbr Defendant.
who did intestate a the Baldwin cheer leaders be the last will and testament r.t NOTICE TO APPEAR,
resident of Bradford County to Bunnell for the tournament. said decedent has been admitted to To. : Ray Ooolsbr.'Whose residence STOP IN THIS WZZK!
Florida, on August 8. .,;..1.and Doss probate in this court. You are hereby Is .Xorfolk.irginia.,' and whose!' address -
Higginbotham and Junior commanded within six. calendar Is: Private No. 1801971 Bldg.
to all persons or parties having being 170 feet more or less northerly Rollins fished Saturday at Doc months from the date of the tint No. 31. t;-';. Naval Retraining Com SILCOX CITIES SERVICE 52Pc. Wm. Rogers
interest.'tate and along said line from the of this notice to appear -
()r claiming any right. title tor's Inlet.Franklin publication mand. Naval Base Norfolk, Virginia .
mortgage or other lien to southwest corner thereof: and run- in this court and show cause You are hereby notified that a suit 705 Temple Avenue
and in those certain parcels of land ning thence North 50 degrees. U6 Higginbotham of Indian if any you can. why the action of for Annulment and restoration of Reg. $59.95OX"
situate in Bradford County. t lorlda, minutes East a distance of I!45 feet this' court in admitting said will to maiden
name has Fla.
hereinafter described together with I to its point of exit in the east line I River City visited Sunday probate should not stand nnreoked. you in the above been filed against Starke, Y 2 LEFT AT
all unknown pt'rsoD.s claiming cy. of the E% of SW% ot the :.0\\ '>& with his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. \ cause! and name Court and
through, and under known persons of Section 17.. re-entering Township 5 the South subject -,'Doss Higginbotham. Theron A. Yawn a copy of your are answer required or pleading to serve
who are dead or who are not Range.F.allt. County Judge Bradford County, to the 24.88ELEC.
known to be dt'ad.or alive. property at a point In the south' [ Doss Higginbotham was discharged compPiint cm the Plaintiffs CITIES
line of the XEU of MS'; of :I's'. *... i Florida Attorney A. 1L Crabtr Jr, 233 !
WHEREAS! HOUSTON: TKAAS of Section 17. Township 5 South. from the Veteran's hospital Fy (s!) Betty A. Phillips, Clerk East Bay Street. Jacksonville 2.
GAS AND:' OLD COKFOKATION. a Range 22: East, said point being in Lake City last Wednes- %.5 4t %-%* Florida and file the original In the SHAVERSReg.
corporation has filed its Petition In 300 feet more or less westerly and[ We office ,of the Clerk of Circuit Court .
day. hope he will
eminent domain proceedings in the along said line from the southeast get along In County Judges Court Im A.4 I I
above entitled Court against the corner thereof and running thence,f''better now. Far Bradford C.t,., Florida. 27.50 0.88
persons whose names and places of North 51 degrees. 55 minutes east a; ,' Miss Minnie Groves and T. L. In RE: Estate .)f Mary Eldora EVERY
residence are herelnabove"set forth, distance of 44 feet to its point of Clark, deceased. DAY is DOLLARS. DAY SUNBEAM II,
being the defendants in such cause exit in the east line of the XEU of:I IXEU Manning visited in Glen St. Mary >OTICK OF PROBATE .
and wherein the said Petitioner of XW'i of Section 17, Town- I)
(;Sunday with Mrs. Edna Manningand THE STATE OF FLORIDA _
wtks to condemn an estate in the I ship 5 South. Range :22!:! East.Being TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Reg. 27.50SCHICK Q.88
following described property as Is, lands owned by Bessie Sapp, I family. IN THE ESTATE OF SAID When You PkintYour 'eF
Ht forth in the Petition filed In and other heirs of J. S. Sapp. Jr.t Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw DECEDENT: ULPR1CE
Bald. that the same may
cause so deceased aforenamed and Identified
be used for right of way purposes a a Line List No. 23-BKAD-57&101. i:of Jacksonville spent Sunday with You are hereby notified that a Home For 21.50
and for the written instrument'! purporting to Reg.
all incidents thereof. UMJEWELRY
location and construction of natural '\"otT. AND EACH OF \VV. AKK1;(Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and be the la tm and testament of NORELCOGEM
gas transmission pipelines. to-wlt: HEREPY COMMANDED to be and i : family. said! decendent has been" admittedto EVERY
appear in and before the said Clr-I j We are to hear that Mike probate In this court. You are
PARCEL :NO.' 3 (Bessie Sapp & cult Court on the 8th day of sorry hereby: commanded within .ix.n: SECOND
other heirs of J. S. $app, Jr. ruary. A.D195*. to show "" Ff'b-I Csnnon received an injury to his calendar months from the date of
deceased aforenamed). terest you have in said property ribs on Monday while playing the first publication of this notice GALLONOR
A strip.of land fifty feet in wIdth to show cause why It should not to appear in this Court and how
extending J5 feet northwesterly and be taken for the uses and purposesset I baseball at Baldwin High School.As cause: if any you can. why the action -
35 feet southeasterly from the following forth in said Petition, or else I most everyone has heard of this Court In admitting said :
described survey line and Free
be barred. Parking QUART
will to probate should aot. .stand
raversms Lots :3 and 26 in Wood- WITNESS my hand and the seal several: letters have been writtento ur.revoked. -
lawn Subdivision, said lots being of'said Court this 21st day of the State Road Department COURT SEAL)
the Efe oT
WIor and theNE
!4 of "E14 of XWli NWtt of Section January. A. D. 1SS9. bout the completion of the Mac- Theron A. Yawn. PRICES START AT $2 QUART, $5.98 GALLON
17. Township 5 SOUth Range :ZZ (COURT SEAL) clenny-Maxville County Judge, Pradford County,
road. We have
East. Bradford County Florida, CHARLES A. DARBY. Florida. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE ''I
more particularly described as follows Clerk of the Circuit Court of .been referred back to the County First! publication on Feb. 5. 1935
to-wit: Bradford Countv. Florida. Commissioners all of had :rS 4t :-:!, It Call Starke
By isi Marian L. Crosby. ycu _355 N. 109 -
Beginning at a point In the west i. '-4 Temple Ave. Starke Ph. WO 4-8565
!line"C the !KH ofW'4 of the Deputy Clerlu. I tetter contact your commissioneriright In The ("..rt Of The C..>.T J.**e.Br ; 2 .- -- .
JCWU of said Section 17, said point 1-%' It 2-19 away if you really want the I 4f.r. Cmarr. ..... to l'rs. '" ,



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Miss Martha WinklerIs Rehearsal Dinner r

) ComplimentedAt For Winkler-Ambrose
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Bridal ShowerMiss Wedding PartyMr. J ;. ::11'i.
Martha Winkler. whose and Mrs.: K. A. \\mkler .';. ;' "- c'" '", ,

malria e was an event of Sat- were hosts at a delightful dinner ; ,,,;
party at the Garden Restaurant .' .. : .
UI day evening was the inspiration j last uieir1'' ... "
Friday evening honoring. : :
for a lovely bridal shower ,daughter Miss: Martha JoAnn .'. : : 7 ;

given at the hcme of Mrs. Margaret Winkler and Gordan Kay Am-, r If': .j:. ,.
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brose following their wedding rehearsal >> ," "
Blankenship 518 N. Church '.:".

street, last Thursday evening. 't'tHostei at the First Christian A' ;J 1-":,, .,
church :
>ess were Mrs. Blankenship : \ ". ,
An arrangement of white and I II i .
Mrs. Ed Prevail. Miss Elaine Col- 7 :
pink bridal flowers centered the I
sen. Mrs. Lonnie Fullwood Mrs. i dining table: and bridal place rards1'I ; yRy : \.. ( :.::
i" .. .,'
Emory Prevail. Mrs. Virsil Jor- ; 'designated the seating arrange r;

dan and Mrs. J. E. Sherwood. '! ment. The engaged couple presented .. ,'..' III 9 1
gifts of remembrance to ) 1 'j
An attractive Valentine motif ,
their: attendants dunng the din 1j
was used in the party decorationsand

camellias in shades of red ner.Enjoying the affair were members Hills
Dimes Ball Committee V/ell
and pink comprised the 110werarranr.ements.
of the immediate families of : Krowi

table vas lovely. The with a refreshment white lin- the bridal couple and members otj,! Mrs. Junius M. Smith chairman fair. Other Ball committee members The o i i i ( ) War-

en cloth centered with a large'( the wedding party I ct the 1959 March: of Dimes Ball I are (from left) Kobert Mc-'pacity for :: Mrs.
held in the Camp Blandmg JVCO Intire. publicity chairman' ; : : ; S.
crystal bowl O.
punch surroundedwith :
red camellias and pink YWA Members Club Monday night, congratulates Sam Zack and Mrs. Harry Smith i|, |,' :; :
orchestra leader Woody Hermanon ticket sale"cochairman; and :: rtI'l cleared i
hearts. This was flanked by cry- Enjoy Annual
stal candle holders with burningred his part in the successful af- Zack Ball co-chairman fund. I

tapers. I(Sweetheart BanquetMembers I

Games were played during the Woman's Club 1 David Jordan Bobbie !
and leaders of the i I
evening and prizes were awarded Ii
to Mrs. George Winkler and Mrs. First Baptist Chuich YWA were i Hears Students I Has Birthday Party i! Is ,,I Delta
honored:: with their annual Sweet I
Warren Winkler. The many lovely heart Banquet Monday night! Debate EducationThe Mrs. Eeton Jordan entertained At ''!. i' to the
and useful gifts were displayed I that
Feb. 9, in the recreation hall of. at a sma* birthday party Wednesday ,. j I .
in the Florida The hostesses Miss ; Irs O.
room. :
and of the American :
cons -
the church. pros afternoon for her ron, '
presented the bride-to-be with a\\ educational system were marriage :
David, who was celebrating his i
0 1 The
sponsoring circles Mrs. F.
} II class.
dinner plate of her chosen i
debated as a highlight of the will be
: sixth anniversary.The an !,
B. Beard and Mrs. E. L, McKnight : Presi
pattern .As a memento of the oc- : Starke Woman's Club program the '
casion. served a delicious dinner to the 14 neighborhood :youngsters, '
12 members and guests attending.! cn education last Wednesday I ,enjoyed games and refreshments parties i!! the
Approximately 40 guests were ] afternoon in the club house. |i : !
The recreation room was beauti- (during the party hours and were The J
Invited to attend this delightful fully decorated in the tradtional The program was in charge of given, favors of miniature cameras Street B I I I for the
affair from 7:30 to 9 o'clock. YWA colors, nile green and white. I. Dr. Florence Jennings chairman ,and toy cigarette lighters. Miss i t I display-

The dining table overlaid cf education who pointed out that Bible I were
was 1
MYF Has HayrideThe with white linen cloths, with there was no better way to secure Miss; Oakes HonoredAt I ': :
streamers of fern and red camel-'I first hand informaticn on educational Ii impressive: !
Intermediate group of the I has extending the entire length. problems than to hear from Lovely ShowerIn which :. } was

Methodist Youth Fellowship enjoyed |I Mrs C. J. Houpt was in charge of I students themselves II | Thomas Home | beautifully : i |I to

a hayride party Saturday !II decorating the tables. C. L. Overturf, speech correct- I I W. A. : 1 I I : month
eyeninjr. Starting at the church j I i A beautiful arrangement of red I ionlst and coach of the High The home of Mrs. B. T. Thomas I< \Yo1.. U. *!, i i I|i alter
School' Debating Team, presented on S. Water street was the setting -'I' Lawson j jMabry i i
carnations and greenery was used I I II j i
they rode to Law fey and ; i j
;1 in the center of the table with 1 four members of the team for a beautiful bridal shower Jr'I 'I : Airs. 1..
Kingsley lake and ended up at the' ir. a debate on the topic: 'Resolv- Tuesday evening honoring Miss,.
crystal candelabra i
either side. .
H. H, Adams home on E. Call ;; I ed that the essential features of Bobbie Jean Oakes ,bride-elect.)!)I The : I | :: '
street for a weiner roast. '! Seated at the head table were Street j:i : i
The the British Educational System The hostesses were a group ot '
1 ,
Mrs. J. E. Hildebran
group was accompanied by Harry WMU president I should be adopted in this coun- friends of the honoree.A ,; at a I
I Green, counselor. Rev. ; Mrs. Sadie Elder. YWA director I i Oakes :. i I
Donald try. The affirmative side was'taken beautiful pink and tvhite color Wood
Kokomoor, and Dr. R. S. Mullins.1 ; Rev. L. D. Haines pastor Miss t the !?: :.!
I Judy Kelley and motif was achieved in the arrange- !
and guest speaker: Miss Ann Elder -I'I Don Widegren, assisted by Miss ments of early Spring flowers and Mrs. o'c'ock

JVVR.2BY4 I II j. YWA president; Miss Virginia 'I Mary K. Wainwright, with the with camellias, azaleas, dogwood, A red { i iI j I j ji ':i Gray.

I i! Raiper, YWA counselor; and Mrs. I negative was argued by George red bud. and plum Blossoms being was i II attend.
Patten and Franklin Ritch. De-I i used. lnthe/litiig room the camellia .
I Lex green minister of music.DARK. ;
: I b .tors' presented 'a'fotcef6l l and' 'mantel was al1oea! > rots! *it& a floral I j' .

enlightening insight into the U 1 I modern arrangement of taU)dI'ltt-, rooms. I It '

J S. system of education as compared -!iwcod decorated with Japnanese overlaid : !I
with that of another coun- j magnolia blossoms, and red camellias cloth :
try. interspersed with leather leal shaped (' I
W FL': \ by red 55'f 55'r i
ir STARKE Mrs. Lex Green presented an ,J}ern. j
ed by
I inspirational interpretation of the 1! The tea table m the dicing{ room, with:

Fri. Sat. Feb. Club Collect, after which she accompanied 'was lo'elyth an imporisrt lace;
I 20, 21 : cakes ( )()
Tommy Lyon who cloth, centered with an arrangement'ofsilvpr -1 !'
Andy Hardy Comes sang, "I Believe" and "He." I j d Sago palms, white: ed on
y I narcissi and camellias in shades ot "pates. !
HomeWith Mrs. A, J. Barry and Mrs. Logan merit
pink. Completing the arrangement I I
Mickey Roomy Baldwin were accepted as new decorated ''
were two single silver candle hold
AND members during the business ses-!, hearts. I ;
ers with pink tapers to which were
I sion presided over by the president ,
The Games
I I tied pink tulle bows and narrow
Mrs H. B. Peyton. 1
The I[ satin ribbon. Silver trays andi were : | i
Mrs. C. L. j
Scholl. chairman
county i compotes held dainty cakes mints; try, :Mrs. '
'I I
Johnayne of the Heart
Association I( and nuts. Presiding at the two, Joan :
Plus Serial Chapter No. 7 and Car- urged all
members to participate 'a
I silver coffee and tea [services at j I
"You winll'lI! join the union." I I toon. in the door-to-door canvass on''. each end of the table were Mrs,, thians. I

I I Heart Sunday Feb. 22, a project Freeman Register Jr., Mrs. K. G, composed
II SUN. :MON., TUES. cf the
I I' club. | Hutchinson Mrs J. O. Gay, and i Ion the I
USE I Feb. 22, 23, 24 The tea table was beautifully 1 Mrs. L. A. Canova.As I amusing I

Twilight For The GodsRock decorated carrying out the Valentine the guests arrived they were i'',, The I,

J&JsMODERN Hudson. Cjd 'Charisse I thEme with a large frilly erected at the door by Mrs B. T.I II her gifts ::
AND heart nestled in an artistic arrangement Thomas and presented to the honI ed in the
IZtTION I of shaded red camel- 'I oree and her mother. Mrs.: Charlesi t Trie
PLAN I High has in the center of the table.]i Oakes. I' Furlong, j
I Mrs. H. B. Peyton and Mrs. M.i i Assisting in serving and caring A : .
Easy FinancingNO Ray TamMyn. Jan Morlinp W.. Lance poured. i for the guests were Mrs. K. I). P. T. 'j
I J AH club members are urged to Dansby. Mrs. Adolph Gay. 1'1rs.'Y.' .i i Mrs.
Cartoon For
The KidnWed. :
DOWN PAYMENT !(watch Edward R. Murrow's "Per-, I>. Thomas. Mrs. Willard Williams,1 ron, and

F.H.A. Title 1 Loans or ., Thur. Feb. 25 26 ': son to Person" television program Mrs Carl Hurst. Mrs H. A. Lawson -.j!I Among I
: McrJ'W.Furlong :
ABC I'lan Loan j I at 10:30 p. m. on Friday Feb. Mrs J. T. Lawson delightful

sot E. Call St. -- StarUe Ha Hong KongConfidential :, 20. when Miss Chloe Gifford General Mrs. D. L. Thomas Mrs.j I Charles
i i Federation President will be S. E. Sparks, and Mrs. P. ,'- Nolm-! :

Gene Barry Beverly" Tyler | interviewed.Annual. The many lovely bridal gifts':'choir. '
Were displayed' on lace covered
AND f tables,, in the den. The hostesses I
J& J The Fiend Who BanquetFor presented the,nonoree-with a silver;

Cub Pack 70 (I casserole: dish :'as a' memento of
IJ BUILDING SUPPLIES Walked The West I the occasion! -' i 11, Mr. .

QUALITY,& SERVICE Hugh O'Brian Dolores Michaels In CafetoriumThe I I hundred tOne' guests were Invitedto ''of Lawte
Robert EvanvPlus
call between the hours of 1:30
Cartoon annual Blue and Gold ban-
quet of Cub Scout Pack 70 was to 9 'o'clock-: Feb. 11 'a '
; \ ]held"Tuesday night-in the elementary ., '" ,o.. : { ,

school cafetorium. with. 100' ,
Cubs,, 'their. leaders and parents '! j
attending. "j TURKEY : '
Investing in. A' MaidisGrasthemetwas.usedir.rdecoratingand'each'of: '
: the'Jive: .. .i f

STOCKS ? Dens in the' Pack,made,"a colortut, r x'f > .,.

I rriniafure. : float as ,the centerpiece I l 4 x I t. I
for- its 'table. i iCu : : I -i
YOU: can obtain the facts about Investors Stock Fund, master Jim Chasteen'gave: :
Inc., an open-end mutual fund \\ith professional the welcoming address and Rev. i r F .F s I

Supervision of diversified securities, emphasizing com- Donald Kokomoor gave the Invocation a t" I
mon stocks.The securities for this fund are chosen forobjccties and a brief talk on the Im-!

of long-term' capital appreciation' possibilities portance of Scouting. Group singing I .... T( t j
and reasonable income. Free
prospcctus-booUci was led by G. S. Newcomb_ anda --z ,
with complete information from: I I
patriotic skit "Old Glory was r( -
I.V.. BALDWIN presented by Webefos Den. 1

I1. O. Box 1082-Starke. Fla.-Ph. WO i -1o14Representative Clyde Terwfllegar was in chargeof

the supper and expressed appreciation a f..5Sponsored -
on behalf of the PacK,

duKdAa i' Diversified Services, Inc. to local businessmen whose contri- By

FOUNDED 1894 \ ble.butions made the banquet possi- METHODIST '

Birthday Party ; .

II For Linda. Elrod SAT. FEB.

I I OJt MAIL THIS: COUPON I I Linda Elrod celebrated her' .
I I tenth birthday anniversary on Fet. i Zf.. ..
I Please send' me the prospectus-booklet describing Investor I I 10 'with a hamburger fry for 14 First Methodist Church ;
I ISt9d Fund, Inc. I
I I members of the Girls Auxiliary ol .

I NAME I the First Baptist Church.A SERVING 5 TO 8

I J Valentine motif 'was earned v ( )
I out In the party decorations.. $lOO! ,,-

.. ..1 I OTY -ZONESTATE.. I Games with prizes were enjoyed! u ,

t. By the group.
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TIirnSD.lV. FEB. 19, 1839; !) BRADFORD COUNT:
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&AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAMAXYILLE was assisted in entertaining by I hospital In Jacksonville. Sunday.Mrs. VV'YVvvVvvYyyyVyyyyyyyyICRIFFIS ...... '.1""" _. on or before the 2 day of }March l-- a.> helm V Kuilianan La\us, -
Mrs. Henry Griffis. I Dorothy Waters had as her In re: Estate-ofr .Mary. Eldora 59; otherwise the allegation ,ant l..r..ndi,1'- _\ -: _<
Clark Deceased.To Complaint will be taken
We are sorry to learn that Ernest i guests Sunday her daughter Mrs. LOOP all creditors and persons' having hy yon. as I NOTICE TO DF.FF.MI I II

Padgett has been ill and that Bill Roberson and daughtr, Mar- claims .demands, against aidf'tatl' This notice shall! be I I' (. IN THE N.5llOF. THE STATK GEM'S ENTIRE?
: each week for four FLORIDA\:
con < ,
By Mrs. C. B. Nolan his wife had to carry him to the. cia of Jasper.Mr. By Verble AndersonAAAAAAAALAAA&LAAAAAAAAA You and each of you are hereby weeks' !n the BRADFORD |I Toda Morrison Davis also
doctor Friday afternoon. : and Mrs. Harry Padgett notified and required to presentany I TELEGRAPH.. j Known as Helen Buchanan 1.>01 vi... I
&&.AA.......&........., claims or demands which you. Dated this 22 day of | wh,nHrwidrme is unknown: STORE
Oscar Wilkinson and E. D. and spent Sunday with two of Mr. or either of you. may have against I (OFFICIAL SEAL) You are h.r:by notified that a I IS ONE

LaneHarris Wedding Buford Higginbotham enjoyed a Padgett's sisters. the estate of Mary Eldora Clark Charles A. Darby I suit in equity, in which the relief
Mrs. Thomas Brian and children deceased late of said County to ClerK: of the Circuit sought is divorce, has been filed
A wedding of interest to a wide fishing trip at Lake Grandin last t, Mrs. Morris Bell and Mrs.: W. J. and Verble Anderson visited the County Judge of Bradford Coun- I Hy Marian L. Crosby. Deputy ainbt' jou by Harry Davis also I

crcle! of friends was that of Mrs. Saturday and enjoyed a big catch. Bell attended the basketball Mis. Cecil Rowe Tuesday t). Florida, at his office in the courthouse I 1-29 I I above known as Henry Davis in the Great Bargain
of said named Court and cause andy
Lealer Harris of Maxville to Mr. Mrs. Joyce Holiman of Middle- tournament in Bunnell last Fri night. 't. Florida within County eight at. calendar Starke, I, ,." are summoned ordered and r'-

Fred Lang of Clay Hill which burg spent last weekend with her day. I months from the time of the first IX_AM rO'SnOGF."S COI.- I j quired to file your written answer
There will be a Sunday School FOR BKDFORD ( .'
defenses to the
was solemnized on Saturday night j I brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Eugne Bell and Wayne Cody of publication of this notice. Eachclaim :: FLORID j nid Complaint in *
I mass meeting Thursday, Feb. 19a or demand shall be in writing In cause in the office of the undersisnd Counter
February 14, at 7:30 p. m. at the Mrs. Ernest Padgett and family. Callahan attended the basketball HcUbronn Baptist Church at and shall state the place of residence FLORENCE re: Estate J.of MOORE Herk ..f said Court atStarke.
home of bride's son-in-law and. We are very glad to learn that !; truraament in Bunnell Frday.Mr. 7.30 p. m. Those who do not have the claimant and post and office shall be address sworn to of deceased. ? day Florida.If; March.on A.or I).before 195: !>. and theth

daughter.\ Mr. and Mrs. Henry: Buddy Padgett who has been ill : and Mrs. W. J. Bell and transportation may meet at Boat- by the claimant agent attorney MITICK TO : I.. serve a copy there on HolliK V. Last
Griffis of Maxville. The home ana any such demand not so filed All creditors nt the .. Knight plaintiffs attorney. whe Chance!
was with "
I pneumonia. is feeling better. .;' family had as their guests on"drain not later than 7 p. m.-Let'swin shall be void. Florem-e J. Moore dE't'l'a address is 131: ,Yo "all Street.
beautifully decorated for the oc- !J, Miss Martha Harris visited Saturday Sunday afternoon Mr. HeIrs the banner instead leaving Era Clark hereby notified and r..qui: Starke. Florida on or before said

casion with arrangements of I night with Floyd Minetreain brother Andrew Bell and sons of''''it to others. % V As executrix: of the Last Will and file any claims or demands date Florida as required by the Law of Sale Ends Sat.
white I Testament of Mary Eldora Clark they may have against said! and Rules of Court. If you
gladiolius white chrysanthemums the NAS Main Side Base hospital Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown'' of deceased. in the office of the county known'I I fil to do *n. a decree pro confrsso
and fern. In Jacksonville. First publication Bradford will be entered against yon for the
Ricnard Covey and ciiil- Groverland Feh. 5. 1959. County. Florida
; were guests of their relief demanded
The bride chose her matron We are sorry to hear that Mrs.I %,5 4t %.%6 courth use at Starke. Florida I in the Complaint. OUT
as dren of Jacksonville visited Sun- brother-in-law and sister Mr. and in eight calendar months II This notice shall I*, published, THEY CO: -

0: honor, Mrs. D. B. Griffis of Oscar Wilkinson had to carry two day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffis, over the week- NOTICE date of the first I once a week for four consecutive

Maxville while D. B. Griffis served of her children Harold and Mrs. Frank Brown V Notice* hereby given that on this notice. Each claim or graph.weeks inthe t raltfordonnty Tel Child's $6.95Matching
I I commencing not less than
must be in
Cheryl to the doctor last week. end.Miss Tuesday the 3rd day of March. A. writing and !
as best man. J. D. Brown who was recently the pae of residence and :3!:1 days before said return day.
Mrs. E. D. and Shirley Brown is spendingthe D. 1955 at 7:00 p. m.. the City Witness hand and the seal Set
Mrs. C. B. Nolan of Baldwin Higginbotham home on furlough is now stationed Council will hold office address of the try of
I week a public hearing said o.lrt at
with her brother-in-law Starke, Florida this
played the Wedding Marcn. The children drove them up to Starke. at Ft. Dix, N. J. waiting ordersto in the Council Chamber, at City must his be sworn to by the Srd: djy of February A. D. l3S.CIi.lLEm ,
and sister Mr. and Mrs. Cecil age.it. or his ,
bride wore a beautiful street Mr Junior Wilkinson had to return to his post of duty In Brown. Hall requesting Starke, Florida that, upon"SSid a Council petition will become void according attorney ; A. DARBY Beautifully BoxedMatching

taffeta. her husband to the doctor February 4, 1959. Clerk of said :
length pink lace dress over carry Germany.Mr. dand abandon those portions 'I Circuit Court Bracelet and

with Navy blue accessories.in Saturday morning. We wish him a and Mrs. Lewis Conner and Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brook- of thre-e unnsed platted streets Crosby
hereinafter Cecil R. Moore
described and
her hand she carried a white speedy recovery.Mr. children of Bryceville visited Sunday ins and daughter, Linda went disclaim arty right of renounceand the City Executor of the E:< Deputy Clerk Choose From

Bible and corsage of pink rose and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson with Mrs. Sarah Jane Oriffis fishing Saturday but had no luck. 01 Starke and the public in and to Florent-e J. Moore 2-5 4t :-:,

buds. Rev. John Wilkinson, pastortf Sr. and Miss Nancy McPherson and Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and Better luck next time. the land lying within said portionsof :-:. 4t I I'Sonn Now only
said streets said of : OP I.KKIM.ITIOV
; portions
the Clay Hill Baptist Church I visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson'ssoninlaw daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown said\ platted streets being described IV THH CIRCUIT-( TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNN SSc
.0' nT.
read the wedding vows. I I and daughter. Mr. and !j Mr. and Mrs. Waver Griffis visited their son-in-law and aft follows: FORD. ('O''T''I.oHln : ..tie is hereby given of intention ,

Out of town guests at the wed- Mrs. Bill Oliver and Miss Char- r carried Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffisto daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil In Knight'to platt Subdivision thereof recorded according in- ( 11 %'('IH1'r'a,1' to Florida apply legislature to the 1S59:; for Session passage of the of'

ding were Mr. Lang's son-in-law lene Wilkinson in Jacksonville last a Starke doctor Monday. Hope Rowe Sunday. I'lat Pook 2, Page 21, public No. an act to allocate a sum of m"nev | Reg. 3.50 Value
of Friday afternoon.Mrs. Linda Brookins records of Bradford County, Harry Davis also known as by the County Commissioners fur I
Winton Parrish and children Mrs. Griffis will continue to improve was guest of ry Davis! Plaintiff. the
: piinn.s.f
Avon Park Mr. and Mrs. Charlie H. W. (Pat] Parrish and now. Patsy O'Brian Sunday. I. J.'ourOt-enth Street,. running "SAda I promoting Bradford advertising County. Florida and !i Cultured PearlPENDANTS

Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur children returned to her home in We are glad that Sarah Mae' Jamts O'Brian visited his boyfriend from Oak Street on ;th1<' Wt"st to Morrison Davis! also 12-5 itr

Wilkinson. Mrs. Ed Harris. Mrs. Pensacola last week where she Griffis is improving: after an ill- Calvin Reams Sunday. its intersection right-of-way with line the of Westerly :Seaboard :; I

Ralph Silas Mrs. Lilly Mosley will stay while her husband will ness last week. We of Boatdrain are sorry to Air Line Railroad on the That's Our Businl'I I

Mrs. Hazel Wells Mrs. Katie have duty on the RFD FranklinD. We are sorry to learn that Dan hear that Mrs. Laura Goolsby has East:: f. Now only SSc

Bowen Emery Barriman. Mrs. Roosevelt for 6 months with Hargrove's sister. Mrs. Edna been in Bradford County Hos- 2.from Fifteenth Oak Street Street on'the West running to If It's Glass WeRa'celt! I

Fanny Sweat and J. Ward Sweat the U. S. Navy. I Manning of Glen St. Mary fell pital. We wish her a speedy recovery its Intersection with the Westerly CALL WRITE:. VISIT

of Jacksonville and Maik and' Mrs. Dorothy Waters visited II list week and injured her leg and and hope she will soon be right-of-way Air Line Railroad!!line ..of on Seaboard the- I :Men's and Ladies FINE

Danny Webb of Wesconnctt. her son Bud in the Baptist hospital I is unabl to walk on it. back n.t church with us. East .. g Joe Peters
Immediately following the cere- in Jacksonville last Wednes- Mrs. Lacey Griffis is visitingher Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffis 3.from Sixteenth Oak Street Street on the- West running to Co. WATCH BANDS

mony a reception was held at the day. While there she also visited mother ,lrs. Flirtie Griffis and children of Palatka visited its intersection with the Westerly -

home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grif- with her sistersinlaw.Mrs. I in Lawtey who is ill. Mr. Guff is' parents. Mr. and Mrs. right-of-way line of Seaboard FOR ANY GLASS NEED Stainless Steel and Cold;

fies. The dining room table. covered Annie Harris visited In r Friends of Mrs. Evelyn Griffis Arnold Griffis last Wednesday. East. Air Line Kailrvad on the We Design Modern! Store Fronts Filled. All Styles (,'uar.

with a beautiful pink linen Jacksonville Saturday with Mr. will be interested to learn that We had 100 per cent attendancein All interested parties may appear Just Mail Us A Pattern for anteed Fine. Well

cloth was centered with a four and Mrs. Fred Harris. .her brother Ronnie Bornstein. Training Union Sunday night. and loe specified.Dated heard .at. the ..timeand placeabove Table Tops Known Brands. Never

tier pink and white wedding cake,' We are sorry to learn that College Park. Ga. will be stationed This gooQly number will be with this February 3. 1959.S 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 Such Values!

adorned with a miniature bride Harry Padgett has to enter the in a New Jersey camp for a- U5 every Sunday night. and for. (! ) T. C. Hazen Jr.

and groom and an adjoining table I St. Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville bout another 12 weeks. Sunday School. Attest Chairman, City Council -B
: 4:95 Now
helda punch bowl of lime she- for surgery and we do wish Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning Rev. Orville Brookins and (S) earl Johns, City Clerk 1.88

but punch. After the bride and him a speedy recovery.Mr. spent last Tuesday and Wednes- Thomas O'Brian looked at another ",

groom cut the cake it was served and Mrs. Ray Pellum- and day with Mrs. Browning's parents bus this week. The church has I. the{Circuit...rt. In Coart.And S.For\..th BradfordCouBtr. Judicial ,\ of' ';. What would 6.95 Now 2.88

by Mrs. John Wilkinson and Mrs. son and Mr. and Mrs. Don Eich- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Parrish and not yet purchased one. Anyone Florida. "
Ralph Silas while Mrs. Ed Harris elsor and children of Jacksonvillevisited family.We !knowing of one for sale please Chancery No. 12-7O.1 :\.

and Mrs. Hazel Wells served ; with Mr. and Mrs. Francis are sorry to learn that E. :contact Mr. Brookins or Mr. 0'- In The Matter Of The AdoptionOf :}<.-..... a serious accident 9.95 Now 3.88
A Female Minor Childho! the punch to 75 guests. Mrs. C. Coleman Sunday. II B. Wellhousen and his son, Gary Brian. :Name is Cynthia Ann Sherouse

B. Nolan presided at the bride's ,i Little Randy Eichelsor son of have been ill and we wish them a Miss Barbara Jean Zippero of Ry James Lacy Silcox. Petitioner.Vs. _. '' .. do to your budget?

''Mr. and Mrs. Don Eichelsor of I speedy recovery. Leesburg visited her uncle and State Welfare Ti'ard And D"n / *, ''' ": ....... ": Men's TIE SETS
book.Mr. J. hl'rollsP.ho,,," residence is un // /m,XV .XVr.C. V -.__
and Mrs. H. A. Sweat of i Jacksonville spent last weekend I We were glad to hear that Mrs. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Grif- known. Respondents.TO Without proper- insurance protection an accident could deal your

Macclenny were supper guests of with his grandparents Mr. and Penney Griffis has imporved and I fis, and Mr. and Mrs. Willie : Don J. Sherousp' residenceunknoTn. budget a hard blow. Our Hartford Sickness and Accident plan and CUFF LINKS

Mr. and Mrs Leslie Sweat Saturday Mrs. P. B. Coleman and family. was at church Sunday. Green Sunday. .
I Please .take notice that on the gives you the protection you need. It includes (1)I payment of
night. | Mrs. Dorothy Waters. John. John McCall is visiting with Mrs. Theb Harris visited her eth day' of February. A. .D. U 5!t a I Your Choice 68
most hospital bills (2) assistance with major medical expenses;
-A Valentine party was held at Linda and Roger Waters, Bonnie I IPadgelt. Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and father S. H. Thompson last week. Petition(>r the adoption of a Female ;
Chil the home of Mrs. D. B. Griffis ; Susie Harris Richard family. Mnay friends attended the

last Friday night for Misses Kar-, Norman Rose and Sidney Well- Friends of Mrs. Evelyn Griffis birthday pary Saturday night In Ann Lacy Sheroui Silcox,p.and was you filed are hy hereby James if )OU suffer fatal or crippling injuries. Call us for all details. Name Brand

en and Sharon Griffis. About 25 ; hansen Pete Wilbanks and Frances will be interested to learn that honor of Matthew Griffis. Re- comamlrd to*appear In' said Courton

young people enjoyed this occasion -'!' Bell all visited with Bud I her step-mother, Mrs. Iva Born- .freshments we"e served and every- 1J59 the and 'Gth show< ay cause of March'if any.A.why P. H. C. WALL AGENCY WATCHES$21e88

with the girls. Mrs. Griffis Waters in the Baptist Memorial stein cf College Park Ga. is improving one had a good time. Many more Mid Petition JUnnM not be grant

from a recent illness. ,happy birthdays Matthew. ed. I STARKE FLA.Jtepresentinl .
Wit IU'I my fund and seal of said
ix TUB rinrriT ( .Ol.inT.1)] FOR nR.uiFnnn rorxrv, FI.OH- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand Members Boatdrain enjoyed Crnrf.'it Starke, Bradford County

11)\ AT LAW Ntf. !8147 family spent Sunday In Jacksonville u weiner roast Wednesday nightat Florida thin tth- day of, February ; the Hartford Fire Insurance (,'t-t.>,f cy lira

A D. 195: >>., :- .
with Mrs. Grace Herrick the close of their study course.

JTfl1TOX CORPORATION: TF.X.S a corporation AM) Oil )) who had fallen and hurt her leg All said they enjoyed both the Charles(SEAT.) A, Darby Clerk of the I These are the finest in

Petitioner, AMEXDFDOTIfE badly and is unable to walk on it. study course and the party. Circuit Court -V --- _-.J-. -F-- -,- i 17-JeweI Watches. Many
vs. \ OF (.ONIIMATIO"MADEL1NI Ry Si Marian 1..rrollbyt t D. C. .
Mrs. Riley Rhoden Butch Flakes and Johnnie
and childrenof
: KPWARPS, ft vir. ) Chas. J. K"pfer,rAt-terney. for Petitioner. with Stretch Hands All
et al, ) Macclenny spent the day Fri- Johnson also celebrated birthdays 404 Lemon Street' ," Palatka. the Newest Styles. Trulya

Defendants. ) dy with Mrs. E. D. Higginootham Sunday. Florida. 2-12 4t 3-5

JN THE FLORIDA NAME AND BY THK AUTHORITY OF THR STATK OK and family. Boatdrain Baptist Church In The Circuit Court or The.Eighth You'll!! notice a change Lifetime Value!

TO WHOM IT :MAY CONX'KKN; And Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn- Judicial Circuit of Florida In And

son Johnnie had Sunday dinner ing Worship 11 a. m.; Training For Bradford Conatrt In. (haseec OUR ENTIRE STOCK
,. '
Parrel Ottarr }..eunihraaee. F.ntlraatedlnr with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sweat of Union 6:30 p. m.; Evening Worship Case 12-710 FINE

I Ressie Sapp. widow whope reMortgage payable to: \ *h"IIO Macclenny. 7:30 p. m. and prayer meet- Ronnie V Craven. Plaintiff.No.vs. Dean when you change to

idence I is RFD Lawtey Florida The Florida Hank attarke. Mr. and Mrs J. C Higginbothamand ing every Wednesday at 7:15 p. Cravn.: Defendant.
Jamie Sapp Clnbb and husband da. Dated ll-Zt-41 reWaiter children of Lawtey and Mrs. m. Rev. Orville Brookins pastor. IN THE NAME OF THE 8TATE. OF I
Rdtrar Clnlili. whose rf'JOcordf'd in Book 13. Lyle Schmehls and children of Everybody welcome. FLORIDA: 1
k Idence I is 2713 K% Koad, Grand page 54!. securing payment TO: Deanwhose: residence
; Jacksonville f to OFF
Junction, Colorado; of $390.00. were Sunday dinner iJO unknown: SDKoolmotor HALF
guests Mrs. Buford You are hereby notified that a i
Mildred Sapp Petzei and hus-
Kigginbotham. CHURCH f suit in equity in .which the relief :
band, R. A.
Petzel. whose rexl- Come in and take advantage .
dpn.,. is Jjt. 1, Box 318 Grrvaia. We are sorry to learn that Wil- Sunday School Sunday 10 a. sought is divorce has been filed against -

Oregon; lie Harris has been ill with an ear n.., morning worship 11 a m.; the above yon named by Ronnie Court and Craven cause in Oil i of this truly'Great

J. D. Sapp" and wife. Keha Sapp, infection and the flu. His son evening worship, 7:00 p. m. Prayer and you are summoned ordered and Sale! .

whop reyidencp i is Kt. 4. Uox: aal, Oscar Harris carried him to the Meeting, Tuesday evening 7:30p. : required file your written answer \
Jacksonville Florida; or defenses to the complaint in I
\ + doctor in Baldwin Monday night. m. John White, Pastor. "aid cause in the office of the un- V/ V
W. E. Sapp and wife, Nell: app. Hope he will soon be well. drrsigred Clerk of said Court at j Two Big Special
whose rt-sidence is 3100 Wood Starke. Florida on or before the 1. Increased gasolene mileage
Ave.. Pla-Mor Trailer Village, Sorry to hear that little Donna road completed and I'm sure that lAth day of March. A.D. 1959.! andt Tomorrow
Colorado :Springs.: Colorado; Faye Higginbotham daughter of jou do. t: serve a cofly thereof on Hollis Groups
2. Increased
Mr. and Mrs. Ben V. Knight plaintiffs attorney.whose engine power
G. W. Sapp and wife. Hazel Sapp Higginbothamhas We egret to hear that Mrs. Jo XddrVss I is p. O. Box X42.tarke. CROUP; NO. 1

whose residence la Uawtey Florida been ill. Nell Mann daughter of Mrs. Bertha Florida. on or before Mid 3. Decreased oil Ladies'
; consumption One great
Mr. and Mrs. J. David group
Padgettand Padgett was injured in an date as required by the Law of
E. C. Padgett visited in Mid- Florida and Rules of Court. If you Solid Gold; Rings. Every
wreck last Saturday
James Shipman Sapp and wits, automobile fall ..it to do. a decree contesconilI knock
pro 4. Decreased
Wanda app whose resideni-e is dieburg Sunday afternoon with night and has received an injuryto he entered against yon for the Birthstone is here. Values

Lawtey, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mosley.Mr. her neck. She is in St. Vin- relief demanded In the complaint.This up to $15

Charles P. Sapp and wife, Wanda and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson cent's Hospital in Jacksonville notice shall he publishedonce 5. Decreased engine wear
: Lee Sapp. whose residence is a week for four consemtive
Lawtey. Florida; and family of Jacksonville visited and we wish her a speedy re weeks tn Bradford County Tele- Now Only 6.88

last Thursday with Mr. Wilkin- covery. eraph. commencing February 1%,

:Sharon::: Sapp Eilancl and hus son's parents Mr. and Mrs. Drew J959. Cities Service 5D Koolmotor
band. Carl ":iland. whose ad- Wilkinson.Mr. Witn; my hand and the seal of (GROUP; NO. 2
dresa! Is Hampton. Florida; icorTV. jfucjirs COURT IN aid Court at tarkf'. Florida, this
and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson AM> FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, February 16. 1959. __ V actually does the work of several Here is another! All solid

'John Gerow app. single, whose -- visited in Jacksonville last Satur- FLORID%, (CIRrriT COrp.T. SEAL VChirles grades of motor oil to t'Il Gold Rings, beautifully
residence Is Ldwtey Florida and In Estate of \ Dsrhv
day with Mrs. Ode Fraser and FLORENCE J. MOORE Clerk of' said Circuit Conrt. give you maximum protectionfor mounted with your fav-
Patricia app. single and a minor Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Rigdon. deceased. V %-1: 4t 3-5 Values to
is Lawtey. orite stone.
whose residence'
Florida; Mrs. T. H. Edwards visited relatives NOTICE OP PROBATETO starting, warm-up, and
AS AND BEING the heirs and in Macclenny Monday even- IN TilE ESTATE OF SAID. DECEDENT IB Clrralt Court Bradford Covaty. cruising-the three daily driving -

only heirs-at-law (together with ing.Miss You: hereby notified that a Florida la Chaaeery. ranges. S Now Only
their respective spouses! where Shirley Wilkinson accompanied are Judith Ann Cnolsby, Plaintiff, VI 9.88SILVERWARE
married! of J. S. :-;app. Jr.. deceased written Instrument purporting to Ray O!sl>T Defendant.
who died intestate a the Baldwin cheer leadersto be the last will and testament of NOTICE TO APPEAR,
resident; of Bradford County Bunnell for the tournament. said decedent has been admitted to To: Ray C.oolsby.whoseredpnce STOP IN TH.'S: VJccK! -
Florida, on August 8, Uij7. probate in this court. You are hereby Is Norfolk. Virginia' and whose address
Doss Higginbotham and Junior commanded within six calendar is: Private No.
1801971 BWg.
and to all persons or parties having being 170 feet more or less northerly Rollins fished Saturday at Doctor's months from the date of the firfct No. 31. C"". :Naval Retraining Com SILCOX CITIES SERVICE 52-Pc. Wm. Rogers
or claiming any right title interest and along said line from the Inlet.Franklin publication of this notice to appear mand. Naval Base, :Norfolk Virginia '
estate mortgage or other lien to southwest corner thereof; and run- in this court and show cause.if You are hereby notified
'and in those certain parcels of land ning thence North: 50 degrees V6 Higginbotham of Indian any you can. why the action of for Annulment and restoration a suit 705 Temple Avenue Reg. $59.95:
situate in Bradford County. Florida minutes East a distance of 855: feet River City visited Sunday this court in admitting said will to maiden name has been filed against Starke Fla.CITIESSVICE' ONLY 2 LEFT AT
hereinafter described together with to its point of exit in the east line probate should not stand unre- you in the aOO'\'nam. ,
all unknown pt'rson's claiming by, of the E'\: of SW% ot the NU '4 with his parents Mr. and Mrs. voked. cause and Court and
through and under known persons of Section I,. Township 5>> South I' Theron A. Yawn you are required to serve
Doss a copyof
22 .East: re-entering the subject Higginbotham. your answer or pleading
who are dead. or who are not Range. I 24.88
County Judge, Bradford County, to the
known to be dead or alive. property at a point in the South !Ij Dcss Higginbotham was discharged complaint on the Plaintiffs
line of the NEi of NE ; of NV U Florida Attorney A. M. Crabtree, .Jr.. 25J ,
WIIF.RIHOt! : TO-t TEXAS of Section 17. Township 5 South. from the Veteran's hospital Ey (8)) Betty A. Phillips Clerk East Lay Street.' Jacksonville 2, ,
QAS AND OIL CORPORATION. a Range 23 East said point being in Lake City last Wedries- I :-5 UU Florida. and file the original In the SHAVERSReg.
corporation has flied its Petition In 300 feet more or less westerly and office ,of the Clerk of Circuit Court' _* t__ ELEC.
eminent domain proceedings In the along said line from the southeast day. We hope he will get along Ilr. Coantr J.de% Court I. Ami .
above entitled Court against the corner thereof and running thence better now. Far Bradford Craatr Florida.In \ 27.50SUNBEAM
persons whose names and places of Xortb 51 degrees 55 minutes east a Miss RE: Estate of Iary Eldora g.88
Groves and T. L. EVERY
residence are herelnabove' forth distance of 44 feet to its point of Clark deceased.OTICK DAY is DOLLARS. DAYHALF.PRICE : 1 1I
being the defendants in such cause exit in the east line of the NEU of i Manning visited in Glen St. Mary >" OF PROBATE I

and wherein the said estate Petitioner In the NE'i of :OW'.. of Section 17, Township Sunday I( with Mrs. Edna Manning THE STATE OF FLORIDA 27.50
etks to condemn an Reg.
22 East.
5 South. Range
following described property as Is and family.
Being lands owned by.essie Sapp
SAID When You Paint
the Petition tiled
set forth in
and other heirs of J. S. Sapp. Jr.| Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw
that the DECEDENT:
Mid cause so same maybe
: deceased aforenamed and identifiedas
used for right of way purposes Line List :No. :23-BKAD-7&l. j 10f Jacksonville spent Sunday with You are hereby notified that a V Your Home For
2 .50
and all incidents thereof for the ; written instrument purporting toW Reg.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and 14.R8
location and construction of natural Tot. AND EACH OK yot:!. AKK( the last will and testament of NORELCOGEM
gas transmission pipelines to-wit: HEREPY COMMANDED to be andapl't'ar family. said decendnt has been admittedto EVERY -
in and before the said Circuit i We probate in this court. You are
are that
PARCEL NO. 3 Bessie Sapp & sorry
Court on the Sth day of hereby commanded within si ix r(4) SECOND
other heirs of J. S. Sapp. Jr. ruary. .\.D. 195S. to !.Ihow' what interest I I Csnnon received an injury to his calendar months from the date of -
deceased aforenamed)
you have in said property JI ribs on Monday while playing the first publication of this noticeto V GALLON
A strip of land fifty feet in widthenending'S REE
to show cause why it should .
appear in this Court, and show
feet northwesterly and be taken for the uses and purposesset I baseball at Baldwin High School.As cause, if any you can why the action OR I
from the following
35 feet southeasterly forth In said Petition or else i
described survey line and most everyone has heard of this Court in admitting raid Free I

traversing Lots 23 and IS in Wood- be WITNESS barred. my hand and the seal I several; letters have been writtento will ur.revoked.to probate should not .stand, Parking QUART i i
laws Subdivision said lots being '
of said' Court this 21st day of the State Road Department t'COfRT SEAL) i
ithe E% of.SWVi of NWU and the
:NE>4 of XE I.4 of NWU, of Section January. A. D. 1959.! about the completion of the Mac- Theron A. Yawn. PRICES START AT $2 QUART, $5.98 GALLON I
17. Township 5 South. Range 22 (COURT SEAL) County Judge, Bradford' County ,
East Bradford County, Florida, CHARLES A. DARBY clenny-Maxville road. We have Florida. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
mort particularly described as lol- Clerk of the Circuit Court of> been referred back to the County Kim publication on Feb. $. 19S II IIt : JEWELRY

low, towit.Beginning Bradford Conntv. Florida Commissioners. all of had :,.. 4t %-%, '
at a point In the west' By |sj Marian L. Crosby' ycu ------ "- 353 ,.N. Temple Ave. Starke Ph. \\'O18565 : 109 E. Call Starke
line' f the K lt of :-\\1.; of the Deputy Clerk. better contact your commissionerright Iii
'' i
In The C..rt Of,The C...tr J.**e. I -- I -- -
:nof said Section 17, aald point 1-29 it %-1$ away !if you really want the Brail.r* C...t7.-FtorMa, to Fr*- V- -r= : .


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(0----. - -.-.- .- _L_._._ _- __ _.._____._- _'. Miss Willa Mae .Rowe of Pike- I Mrs. M. F-Brown 'was in NewPort All the neighborhood children en-I Mrs. J. M. Roberts visited Mrs. I!Friday of last week.

1 I yule, Ky. has been visiting Dr., Richey over the weekend.. joy riding in it. Rcbert's son, ]:. C. Roberts Sat- Mr. and Mis. H. M. :: iarie

and Mrs. S. P. Rowe the past two visiting Col. and Mrs. J. W. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. D. L, Crevs and. urday. |i visited in Jacfc-onvijle 1 Saturday.

weeks. I Neer. Mrs. Brown 'brought her daughter. GEe, cf Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Greene and I i Thought for the"v.'eek''Aba-::

\ Mrs. Frazier Shaw and son.. mother Mrs. J.: J. Fitzgerald,' ,Ala.. Mrs. Snyder and daughter I children: Sharon and Dale, and 'I htm Lincoln once said. "I am become -

Gene, are visiting friends in Win-: back with. her for .an extended. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs I ?Kirs. Bob Stafford spent the I I a part of all that I come in

ter Haven:: and Ocala this week !'''visit.I Lewis Clemons of Gainesville, and I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul contact with.

t N c Nis !| Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Elrod Mr.and Mrs. Mallette Hale and Dobbs of Ocalc and Mr. and Mrs. U\e
FLORIST OPENING Jr. and family have moved from Bradford County Hospital an- son of Lake Butler enjoyed a fish I Otis night of Bellview.Mr. write. ) In and select *

MARCH 1st,-119 So. Thompson -i.315 Myrtle street back to their nounces the following births: fry with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. and Mrs P. S. Crews visited ay you come
, -------- - - ) your favorite
St. Phone WO 4-4155. 'home at 1214 Bradford street in of Crews Saturday. relatives and friends In Au-
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garner UI.OR.\PII;
Miss Merry Winkler returned to I, Mrs. Millard F. Jones of Rocky I Mr. and Mrs C. P. Nazworthof '[I Saratoga Heights. Starke, a son. Gary William, Keo.J4. Mr. and: Mrs. Roy Cooper attended burndale from Wednesday until r\tlDtsln

Macon, Ga. on Tuesday after :Mount, N. C. and Mrs. Irving I Jacksonville! spent Sunday with I[, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer of church at Prospect Church "4Blithe

spending nine days with her par- Arnall of Richmond. Va. were their parents, >Mr> and Mrs. Bar- Pahckee have purchased the C. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brosky of i I m Jasper Sunday. In the after-

ents Mr. and Mrs, E. .A- Winkler. J 'Tuesday and Wednesday guestsof ney McRae, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J Harris, house at 315 Myrtle Starke, a son, Joseph Steve, Keb.'neon they attended the funeral II |

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maishose Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. T. Nazwcrth. 'I.I street;! and plan to move there this 15. I of a friend, Mrs. Betsy Crews. i I

and daughter cf Jacksonville were MI s. Blanche; Edwards has been Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pickell of !:( week. Mr. and Mrs James T. Prevatt We are sorry to hear that Mrs.

Saturday guests of Mr and Mrs.', 'confined in Bradford County Hos- Flemington, N. J. were Sunday I i i Miss Bemiece Thomas, Miss Jr., of Starke, a son, James Thomas Barrett and Mrs. Morris Barton I

Warren Winkler. pital the past two weeks for :[ and Monday guests of Mr. and :i I Sarah Helms, and Harold Lang- : Prevatt. iII, Feb. 16. have beer. in the hospital. Mrs. '

.Mrs.Fred.Miller of Tallahas'ee medical treatment.Mr. I i Mrs. N. S. Dankel. I[ford of Jacksonville were Satur- .Mr. and Mrs James Hutchms ot Barrett is home and we hope Mrs. j

i$ ,yisiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. and Mrs. Dea Sheldon ofj I i Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews I day guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hawthorne, a son. ChnstopTier, Barton will soon return. j I.I I..I

Fancher this week. Flint, Mich. were guests several were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Winkler. Feb.. 16. I L. W. Pace is a patient in Bradford j,

Mr. and Mrs. George Powell of i days last week of Mr. and Mrs.I Mathe\vs in Gainesville Sunday f I County Hospital. He will i

l Non.. II. C. are vacationingwith Oscar Carter of Lawtey. They afternoon.Mrs. i I I !have surgery Thursday. We hope

Mrs.. J. H. Fields. They visited Mrs. Effie Jchns in Starke Alice Jenkins underwent I Beta Sigma PhiThe Mr.. and Mrs. William L. Dur- i( and pray that he will son re- i, t
I ban of Jacksonville announce tne
vl'<""d Mis. Harold Ford in Cocoa j;last Thursday evening. minor surgery in Bradford Count -; Beta, Sigma Pni sorority i cover. '
biilh of Denise Elizabeth ; -
h r week and lirs. Robert Tanner| Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs. H. H. Hospital last Friday.Mr. i, wall meet Monday evening, Feb :on a Feb.daughter 11. Tre baby's I, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs of|I II ,r

ol; "alchvJn! was their weekend Adams, Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen i 123. at 8 o'clock at tne home of are Mr. and Mrs. 1';. I Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. '
W. Haile Mrs. W. L. Blair, andMiss Strange grandparents Arch Dobbs Sunday afternoon. I
'l gv.r! st. G. visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy ,
I Mrs. Freeman Register Jr. with W. Durban and Mr. and Mrs. H. I
rora-e Sanders is a patient in Amy Coburn attended the in Moultrie. Ga. on Friday.Mr. I Mrs. Olin White, Jr. as co-hostess. C. Wainwright of Lawtey.STATE The annual Sweetheart: Ban- t
St. Vincent's: Hospital in Jackson- Methodist District meeting "A and Mrs Robert .Barksdale quet was held at Raiford Baptist

\ille.- Day Apart" in Ocala on Wednes- and family of Starke and Mr. and I Church Friday night. About 35'

PEYTON, FLORIST OPENING day. I Mrs. J. W. Horne of Hampton Rites WednesdayFor r.VVVITRvTtryyt/vVnr were present. Rev. Young of Lake

' i).* ..CIII..t. 119 So. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green joined visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wil- M.. L. McDanielAt Butler served as master of cere- \

St. 'honeVO 4-4155. the ranks of great grandparents liams in Tampa on Sunday.Dr. Northside ChurchMartin FARMBy : monies. T

Mart! and Linda Stevens and nhen their granddaughter, I A. Y. Covington Mrs. Martha Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hardin and AE

JY an'lobert!' :! Musseir of Jack-i Mrs. Billy Dealing of Jacksonville' Snellen. and Mrs. Arlin Mc- Mrs. O. E. Crosby daughter spent the weekend at' .
Luther McDaniel, 48, of r
scnv'M p'-e Sunday visitors of i known here as Patsy Green, gave Knight attended the Regional Jacksonville Beach visiting
Starke died at his home north of LW.1LLLA&4L& LL LAAA
r. \1'L.. D. Green. i birth to a son, Billy. Jr., last Childr,:!n's Committee meeting in I friends.
Starke Monday morning after an
,Mr: A' --gg'e' Anders has returned month. Lake Butler 'on Monday.Mr. Weiner Roast ) Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts and
illness of several months.
{ homo after a v.eek's visit in ,! Elzie Griffis of Lawtey and ] and Mrs. Randal Chitty I Mrs. O. E. Crosby entertainedwith ;, son, Larry spent the weekend in
tt Starke about five x.s
Jackson1 with her son and 1 i Misses i Wanda Silcox and Genevieve | and son visited Mr. and Mrs. M. years ago a weiner roast Friday night Gainesville visiting Mrs. Rcbert's; s t r

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i Lee and Franklin Silcox of F. Chitty in Lakeland, Ga. over I Mr. McDaniel was formerly em- "for her Intermediates, Training :brothor-in-law and sister. Mr.. and
ployed with the DuPont Company '
Roy Andrrs. I Starke visited Silver Springs last the weekend.Mr. Union class. Twelve youngsters Mrs. J. W. Hardee. I j
before heart trouble forced his .. ,.
+ : a
v Y..4 y
.Sunday. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomband i enjoyed the affair. ;
Mr and Mr>. Michael Gilhooly 1 retirement. Mrs. Pearl Cain and mother'

were Sunday: dinner guests aboard :'i Miss Clara Leaman is attendng sons and Randall Davis were'! Born ir. Decatur County, Georgia PersonalsMrs. . . . . . : ,A kww
the Ecuador Navy battleship NO,1 i( a meeting of Lutheran Mission- in Orlando over the weekend I on May 16. 1910 Mr. .McDan Shirley Brown is spending && A&&A',

550 docked at Gibbs Shipyard in 'i i aries in Miami this week. visiting Mrs. Newcomb's mother iel.moved to Starke about five this week with her sister, Mrs. !

Jacksonville.- I i I PEYTON FLORIST OPEX- Mrs.\ H. P. Moye, and attendingthe Cecil Rowe of Starke.Mr. .
I 1 and with
ING MARCH 1st. 119 So. Thompson wedding of a niece Miss years ago was employed and Mrs. J. H. Spence of
,Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garrett of the DuPont y'b'efore a
St. Phone WO 4-4155. Gayle Moye on Saturday.Mrs. Jacksonville spent the weekend
Rome, Ga. are visiting Mr. and heart condition ,forced his retire- + R ak c.d '.
I Mrs. Henry LaPorte underwent : H. A. Durden of Jacksonville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Johnny Cromers at 205 W. ment. f
surgery Tuesday at Bradford I II Beach visited her parents O. E Crosby.Mr. 4ktQQ44tvtL
Andrews St. i' Besides: his wife, Zora Crosby
County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. on and Mrs.. Fred Cannon and I I
Mrs. Rebecca Simpson is a medical '! McDaniel he is survived by six
J C. Vining
Mr. and Mrs. i Wednrsday. daughter.. Charlotte visited relatives -
patient in the Bradford Deland were weekend guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. Leon RichardsonSr. daughters( Mrs. Helen Racine and friends in Live Oak Sat-

County Hospital. ;j Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. of Adrain, Mich. spent the Mrs. Mae BonvJsuto, and Mrs.' urday.

The Methodist WSCS is now !' Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williamsand week with Mrs. Richardson I Sara Walker, all of Jacksonville;
: first of the Coy Alvarez of Palatka spent "WiM jog m wrcgk b nod tb wj test"
offering Home Style Fruit Cakesat : theI Mrs. John Whitaker Mrs. Shirley *
family spending The Richardson
are Jr. and family. the weekend with his parents, Mr. ( \
cost $2.25 for 3 Ibs. Contact withi Thornton, and Miss Linda Mc- .
Weekend in Waycross Ga. and Mrs. M. W. Lance
and Alvarez. Other
I Mrs T. G.
Daniel all of Starke FOR ALLOCCASIONS rt
Mrs. George Muggins orIrt.. Charles McQuaigI : onson.
i Mr. and Mrs. were visiting relatives in St. Augustine their t
guests, Sunday were son \
Titus' Olson. j I i Ai and Mrs. Franklin Moon of on Tuesday. I Martin Larry McDaniel! ,. Starke; and daughter-in-law Mr. and \
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and ]Poland N. Saturday to three brothers, Nathaniel and ,
i Y. were Mrs. E. R. Smyth of Madison. Mrs. Walter Alvarez and childrenof i .
son, Mike spent Sunday to Tues- i Wednesday guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. will arrive Saturday to spend N'I I Mcnroe McDaniel' both af Chat- \ .
day in Atlanta on business and'| G. L. Farber. tachochee. and Russel McDaniel, Starfce. ,
week with her mother, Mrs. WEDDINGS.BIRTHDAYS
: Mr and Mrs. Lewis Marton and
Mobile, Ala.; and one sister, Mrs.J. .
were overnight guests of Mr. : ,
| Mrs. W. H. Smith and Mrs. J. Bertha Pearce. lJ
relatives in
H. Harden of Chattachoochee. children visited
and Mrs. Ernest Boland in Athens,
V. Rowe visited Mrs. L A. Brown
Ga. '!! Miss Silvia Paulk will be a Funeral services were held in Green Cove Springs Sunday I I r
Jr in Jacksonville Saturday.
i featured entertainer at the Rest- the Narthside Baptist Church, of afternoon. i ,
iI Mrs. X. M. Smith and sons
aurant Owners Convention in McLendon is the proudowner .
iI I which he was a member at 1 p. Tommy
i i I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eradenton on Wednesday and m. Wednesday with Rev. H. R. ' ,Jerry Bolden in Miami over the I ,
Thursday. Harvey officiating Burial was in delightfor
WILLIAMS ;weekend.i .. ,
i Mrs. Bertha Pearce who returned Memory Gardens Jacksonville
j Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fitch returncd TRY SOME ANNIVERSARIES.Congratulations a torrid day
home from Bradford County: with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral DEEUCIOUS: -
JEWELRYWATCHES i I to their home in Rush City, Hospital last Saturday had as I I II
Home in charge arrangements.Funeral I '
Minn. last Thursday after two "GEORGIA STYLE" [ simple in cooling arnel
Saturday visitors Mrs. Mary Lanecf
months' visit with their daughter I I .. Cor -t: 3n. SHa:: !L.Ii:: lucks and tiny pearl buttons
DIAMONDS i iI Jacksonville, Mrs. W. T. Sax-
REPAIRS MJ.. C. Fogg, and family. on of Oakland Park, Mrs. T. J.I Friday PITllARBQPORKJ FRIENDSHIP deco; -:. ; i-i": r. The f/1 :skirt: is casually and widely 'tF

i I, Tcmmy Gill left for service at .I Thomas of Valdosta, Ga.. Tvlrs. G.' For Mrs. Smith :.;...;_.:. r -I: LI.: *, f'.ik: ice lilac pongee beige.
All Work Guaranteed Fcrt Jackson, S. C. on Monday. 'I. ,
V. Phillips of Lake City, and Mrs. ChurchMrs. ).
Frank Laffan won the nand- At Lawtey MEATY RIBS
A. C. Ruby Redd Richarde and son. Sizes 515. $12,95
Williams BULLINGTONStudio
n-ade stolle
given by St.
away Calvin of Alachua Mrs. Saxon is Nettie Caroll Smith. 60,
1-12 W. Call St. Edward's Altar Society on Sun- remaining this week with Mrs. wife of Jesse J. Smith of 628

$tarke, Fla. 'I i day.Mr. Pearce. Pinewood Drive, died in a local & Gift Shop ,
and Mrs. R. F. Jarvis have
I Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Steele hospital Wednesday morning after .
Formerly Roberts Jewelry Starke Fla.yyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvvyI'yyv
I f. 1JJtqpaftCfN
cioved into their new home at and family of LaGrange, Ky., a short illness. She was born Oct. Rd. 100 8 Mi. S. Starke

.: 1241 Bradford street.I were last Friday evening dinner I I 25 1898 at Bryceville' and was.a ,. TV :

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale.j ;I member of the Lawtey Baptist' -

Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy of Staike: I Church. I r.-.*ceess young )fashions
and Mr. and Mrs. J W. Deaver of I Besides her husband she is sur-

THEATRE Winter Haven spent the weekendin vived' by four daughters, Mrs. R. -

i i Brunswick, Ga. where they j'' L. Bradley, Mrs. Paul Bennett, .

STARKEi tended the funeral of Mr. at-I' and Mrs Allen Carter, all 'of. %YellaveAFullLineofJ ;

grandmother Mrs. J. W. Lawtey, and Mrs. George L. Kersey -t I .

I SAT., FEB. 21 i, Sun., :Mon Feb. 22, 23 on Saturday. Starke; three sons, ArnoldQ.

R The Methodist WSCS is now! Smith and William M. Smith,: PEYTON FLORISTOpening J i t EASTER DRESSES

A.:tMI, offering Home Style Fruit Cakesat both of Starke and James R.I '

r 4. :, cost S2.25 for 3 lbs. Contact!. Smith, Lawtey; her father, James i

TEAa.. ORE ,. Mrs. George Huggins or Mrs.1 Carroll of Jacksonville; four"' GPD I A Small Deposit Will Hold Any Item In

OF THE REAL -" JAYNE Titus Olson. brothprs, Ollie, Noah, Elmer and
Herbert Hunter of : '""- March : Qur Store -- Use Our Lay-Away
s AMERICANCOWBOY MANSFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Lcnnie Caroll. all of Jacksonville; 1st j

Palm Harbor will be weekend1, i four sisters, Mrs. R. L Crews,\

( f THE; SHERIFF OfID guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- Bryce/ille, Mrs. Lillie Fields l' I

Jacksonville Mrs. Doris Crews i.I i. 119 SOUTH THOMPSON STREET BOBBINS1"The
I' JAW '
and Mrs. Charles Meister I and Mi-s. Lois Handley, both of'I I
.wMs COLOK Ky DC LUX* spent the weekend with her parents N I Baldwin; 14 grandchildren and I '

*r-to JPIu Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen-,. one great grandchild. PHONE WOodland 4-4155 liThe Store of Values"

#F ,: den and Mrs. E. S. Matthews inj I I I, Funeral services will be held at
: Orlando. They were joined on ? p. m. Friday in the Lawtey Bap- .1 i

> 'Jjhann Mou.>e" Cartoon Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. E. L. tist Church with Rev. Edgar Wilkinson -

t I Matthews and family to celebrate officiating. Burialv..ill 1 .. 1 1a

Tues., Wed. Feb. 2-1. 25ruM Mrs. E. S. Matthews' birthday an- follow in Verdie Cemetery near :
niversary. Callahan with DeWitt C. Jones i ii

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mathis ofGainesville |'i Funeral Home in charge of ar- :
PROUD were Saturday guestsof rangements. I I

aM$ J.\.WI.\ B'l.UI OCfIIIiT Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, I.
i.AtOCA WTW WWQ lOOZA'KHMD ucoa Sr. The Carters had as Sunday
lIISUfiWI" FuneratSunday i
q ".I .TECHNICOLOR, I guests, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth .

I Sanford and son of Jacksonville.I For J. W. McIntosh, .

AND I 1I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver of. Ex-It ilroa-dffi /1 S t ,(
Williston were weekend guests of n

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. t
z f Jason Wiliam McIntosh, ,retired .
tr ,Buddy Baker of Jacksonvillewas railroad mail and a residentof !
visiting Jimmy Lawson over
Starke for 13 years, died Friday -

the weekend. Feb. 13.,.in.a.Starke.hospital NEW f
nrnnt TheIetbodist WSCS is now ,
All uutxui sttltstt slut after an illness of several weeks. ,
I offering Home Style Fruit Cakesat 1959ZENITH
Born in Fargo Ga. on March
Btu I AND cost $2.25 for 3 Ibs. Contact
21, 1883. he was the son of the
-i6 tOatn' :Mrs. George Huggins or Sirs.
late John and Ella English Mc- ,
,. ; PROUD YOUNG REBELS Titus Olson. Intosh. He was an employe of the ,
Mrs. Robert Firth and
Mr. and
Seaboard Air Line Railroad Co. Ir
house guests, Mr. and Mrs. William "
for many years being a section --- QUALITY HANDCRAFTED
Whichello of Belleville.
y, foremen at the time of his retire- r
spending five days tour- HORIZONTAL CHASSIS with
Mich are ment. He was a member of the NO
ing South Florida, Miami and the
I First Christian Church and the '
Keys. .,,.. ._ PRINTED CIRCUITS means LESS
.' Railway, Brotherhood. r ,
t Mr. and Mrs. 31. W. Hayes I .Besides his wife Alice Hamilton SERVICE HEADACHES..longer TV I In. !
spent several days last week visiting :k -
f.ll their .-daughter-in-- McIntosh he is survived"*- by one* Wtit **t,M.dl : 'F. '; /
son daughter. Jtlrs. Clyde l ries"t ot : : : e..emore operating dependability i iifI
t PunERS : '- I It law. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hayes,.in : wt1Mt.A.. mC.r1 -,IA4p ... f
t Starke three r )
Miami. ; sons, .WillmanR.McIntosh : ro- M.. ..., ."
te.RsuM cO SO U AKBCM MTQtlUI ULKnK! Starke: J. W. Mcln UaOaY aha -t:. !
tosh Jr., Jacksonville; and William wti.t. .) i
tartMARTlXQ r Plus "Right Off The Bat" Cartoon surgery' patient at Doctor's .Hos- A. McIntosh .Imaokalee; ,,6. $269,95 to *' i Sunshine Picture Tube Spotlite Dial

..wwuw- r pital.Mrs. five grandchildren and six great '-. Cinelens Face Glass Ens YZenith-Out Face Glass i

Thur. Fri. Feb. 26 27 Joyce Spence is a medical grandchildren. WONElfVVITH Pull-Push/On-Off Control Quality Alnico 5
RmDIE' 6 BELt lrt UR
f..> r .err patjent at Doctor's. : Hospital. ,Funeral servicesTwere: ; 'hejd:Monday -v-v. GET MORE fOR Tone Control Speaker .
Aro..uunn roO...; Mr. and Mrs. John -H..G'spent ; QiWlirr TV* 18,000 You of Picture PowerLOW _
: at 3 p. Inh. .in the DeWitt C. ZENITH 1
1Of/.1Od1 the weekend in Fort,Lauderdale I '
IUY [firm SPENCER''RACYPlus Jones Chapel with Rev. J.,,E.
NJIR awl Emat IttimataalI with. Mr. and. Mrs.- D. A. Sherwood, and Rev.. Lewis ,D. .DOWN PAYMENTS! EASY TEP.J.1S! :
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O' A'O&.D'" Montieth. '' -
Haines officiating; ,Burial was in f
J JoHNSTON .! Gue.otS'Qf' Mr. and Mrs, l Frank Crosby ,Lake Cemetery under the
Barker-of 208 N. Cherry St. last,
J J r't' "a .. \ direction of DeWitt C., Jones
e -- ;. Thursday were his' daughters., Funeral Home. mm mm SERVICE i
A WlTAlTOM. 'f Lt. JG" '.Aim Barker- ,,Oakland. .
1 Calif Miss Jean Barker. ofiewOrleans. : w41A'TED.Glut: Cotton\ Rap. '- '- .

Plus I''Gumshoe Mar.oo-( Cartoon. "Whoa Be Gone" Cartoon La. and mother Mrs. Ida No Pants No SbJris! JJpst Re\ 224 North Temple. Are.. Starke, Fla11I'CR .. _- :.. .

o Barker] ..ofLake.City,.-and son,,I. Clean... .Bradford- County' eit- r -

-==-- Johnny Barker- of Lake City. graph .



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BHS Loses !40 & 8 Members Another Still I Double-- Duty- \ -J the :NrthEast Corner: ofthe; X.E. 1

{ D river Fined '4 of :\.\\". '.4 of S.U" '4 Section Rent It TradeD I
: Plan To Attend j Of Fire Siren j I 21. T-,uni>hit> i $uuih. Kange ::
In tal: Semi Is
Finals '
Destroyed For Passing more or less. '
;Joint Meeting Causes Confusion l.ursuant to the Final IVcree of

Of Conference \! Six members of Voiture 1388 of : East Ot TownThe The Starke Fire Department ': ,Stopped ,Bus foreclosure i is it>r Mid-Slate., -an| fi entered Investment.ur!. Ilic in syle a Corporation.case of pend-wh'ch' W% TELEGRAPH CSSIE.

the Soriety cf 40 and 3 attended I wasn't quite as busy as it sounded .. a. '''''d corporation. Plaintiff! vs. .
The BHS boys varsity team lost [ LESS. O.e l. (MlalBBat
a joint meeting of Voiture 472 sheriffs office continued its i, l for a few minutes last Friday. Wilbur Ji-nkm! a single man. Defendant .
their sixth game of the season to Fines; totaling $1,750 were : and the docket number of Ai. WORD OVER :--_
csmpribins) Marion County. and drive against an illegal( whiskey i Chief Dwight Carpenter said which :.. IS-6J4.
AJacclunnj' Tuesday night by a meted out to two defendants in i IE AD
Voiture 1388 comprised of Bradford making operation just outside 01.he i the fire whistle blown at WITNESS: my hand and HIP offiial -
score cf 77-70. and the B squad County Judge's Court this week. < seal of said Court. this 17 day R" 'ADVAlc
Akchua.; Union and Gil- city limits last Friday. i 11 ::57 tc summon volunteer firemen of February. n:;,.
also!! fell 32-38 1! George Nazwcrth drew fines totaling
to Baker
the Counts -
christ counties. Attending from Deputies) D. K. Keddmg and to the station while the '. (OFFICAl. SEAL) CLASSIFIED m"PI.AT --- .L2S ftr lark I r..r.
invadrrs. The girls team made $1,000 when arraigned before CHAKLKS:: .\. DAUBY. $ PER INCH FOR nlE0 OAK OR
here were H. A. Bishop Jr., W. H. l lames Hamilton smas led a it unanimous by losing to Ocala County Judge T. A. Yawn !
Graham Harry H. Rabb. Ray gallon capacity "groundhog" still | fire call I 1 i I: Maiiau L. Cros-by, I). C. CARDS OF THAMS n'l T. M Words) ,;,n
37-15. Monday on charges of P.
; I i I' driving It 2-19 a
St cne. Charles R. Cox. and G. J. they found Thursday morning Three minutes later at noon while ,;i OVER 1 WORDS -._--hh.'a- Per Wr4WRMORTM.
The varsity toys in ovrr-the- about mile east of downtown intoxicated passing a stopped ; ---
;McGnff Jr. a the whistle was blown again to I I. school bus. and leaving scene '' ('.\I.I. FOR BIOS .* _M) RF. Ol.fTIO\" h___._ __u 4 Cnttm PrrVANTKD W.i4N I
weekend James lost to P. K. The 40 and 8 Is the leadership tarke on gR 230. i! remind the city and local schools \of accident. i The. Hoard lit County Commis -
Yonge 67-56 in the Keystone Conan Deputy Dolph Reddish said the sioner ", rf Bradford County. Florida .1 OW. The ultimate ja prestige. SCO
d honor society for the Ameri- ,of the observance of a moment of \ lxr.rl'nfdalr! I
ference finals at Femandma Sat- | 'till was located on the opposite I i The incident causing Naz- will' re-five sealed bids at 10:00 Apply B & G Ihon. 0 EXGM'E boutness carts. $1J5 .
Legion, dedicated to perpetuating silent World i. I o cl ci:n prayer as part of worth's on morning of Mann Z. 4 'illl Itchy plate), Never before.en .'
urday nit-lit 71-49 in the semi- the aims and programs of f north) side of the road from the i!'Day of Prayer services. occurred last Oct. i! u,;;s. >n HIP (" ""rtr'....", in the graving at tMs low price

finals Fri ay. ''the] fOimed pot v herehe and Hamilton m- fire1|t ;1 31 when he failed to halt for a : Courthm.j.e. for the fotrow-fnR:: Bradford County Telegraph tfFKEK
organization. It was No action was required of I Int. national AND
: s school bus stopped on SR 100 and Truck. Model L TYPEWRITER
This Friday night the varsity just! after World War I and derived teirtipted a slime loading opera-i' men at the brush fire on the Old j jI :'ffl. II (',1. U;;: \.ar )1ake. MACHINE
boys plan a return game at Belles ] *;on about 12:30: a.m. Wednesday. hit another car that had stopped I; WE r.J. : : pflfl TRADE: ADDING Double cylinder hook up
ts name from the French Lawtey Read. They answered the | 1 Is4! for cost of ONLT.
i Slide Gas Co.
I for the bus International BARGAINS
in Jacksonville. In thnr early On the first raid the deputies jj as required by law. I IJNazworth Truck.I a
,cuseaon stom of transporting 40 men ( same tape of call in mid-after-j I ; I, Modi Kim 8. 6 Cyl. tfchg.FOR .

contest here. the Tornadoes and eight!: horses in a box car into I surprised two men who were load-I 'noon on the Wilson Road. j barrelled on through:181t'nt.The the tr.dp will hf' the down py- REMINGTON TRAVELRITER I
beat Bolles 82-C4. but the J ;ng :50: gallons of shine in a lU:'l :.'i cr using school children to scatter j balance to be paid in one SALE Bermuda and
Mke >f'W)
the Chief payment. at ( -
cadets have vastly imprmcd and battlefield. I Mercury. The men escaped in the]i Carpenter urged citizens,: ,out cf his path, but was forced day of Nov'mLilI5.no interest, on the 10th He*R.I""IMd. 1f'Ih1 for T6.OT Bahia Gr Hay-V. R. .-ersCn. I
There are 35 Legionnaires 1 exercise care in setting trash'i
: ,
I: The aa
recently won the consolation ark. but Hamilton and iCSddisntonfiscated ; to stop later because of damage' i i Hoard reserves the right to "tey ftp1
Voiture 1388 from Stal ke. and the I I i l and brush fires during the dry |to his from the I i r rj.'rt anT and all bid*. SMITH-CORONA: ELECTRIC
the and the whiskey ] car collision.
in the car OFFICIAL.
game Keystone Conference IMTOWB
,continuing program is the sponsorship ;i season and said they should be ,; *BAL) PORTABLE TAZ SEHtlCKPHOXK
tourney. A clcse and smashed up a 1,400 gallon :j He was sentenced to pay a fine | CHARLES A. DAm 1'.
game is predict- of a nurse in the medical 'kept under control and obsen'ai of Cw rk. He*. :J.t I9<*e Dl'c...t H04-I1 S 1:1 W. Pat *!.
td. "till they found on the south side ( $500 or serve six months on -
I ;college at the University of Flori!. i ton; until completely burned out. ; I 2-13 :t 22KBiT5r fall after 5 p. M. MoatayFrldar.All .
Next Tuesday night: all three of the road.itedding j I the DWI charge: $300 or 90 days >iaitb-tvro.a 69. .1.1.1 day Saturday.
da. Machine office .o..r..r)
teams the varsity B squad boys : and Hamilton found thevcond for failing: to stop for bus; and f c ( for 83 JI C. f: HatrhrM.
\\rrnlt nun Of Thf'
Plans to tISf'l.1 1-'
now underway enlarge Rf'I.
are I .
and the girls travel to Santa Fe I still when they were making t Dollar Days $200 or 90 days for leaving scene (Ireull Of Florid. I. And ..I.
]l this to two nurses 'I I'or Bradford ..
program Co
a daylight check of the area accident. If fines not For vale .
for return games and Friday : are paid, In Oianrrry.KEx.vcTi.r c Beaallf KI.x"Ier L.
i a year. The student nurse to be about: sentences will l One *f ... ,
night week they close out the' Thursday morningIt was Termed Success run consecutively. Cane Xo. t-7U TELEGRAPIKEROSENE lf .
sponsoied is chosen on the basiso : GltHHI 'h. fceilrcein year r..nd be or j
1959 sison: with the gills and' J 250 yards north of the road. i L Alvin T. Hunt arrested Saturday -I I'lam'irr. : : ) tnm fce4ro, ...a.l.w.K16y
need and and her )
aptitude entire Reddsh said both stills were undoubtedly night by Deputy James Hamilton Il.hI.g. kon "&. water I.
boys playing Green Cove Springs ; Merchants 5ETX. ) nT TU .n.
borne I' By JE or aep T. II. .
expenses are by mem- JOXES.: ; Made. g-l
si ho.ne for their final ': part of the same operaN was charged with DWI and] i et al. ) QUiET U"'I

snce. The Group Tournament appear- [;' j hers of the Vciture. tiThe on. lie expressed little hope I I also driving while license was re- I. Ord.r Defendants.Of PabltC"ntlonnll) *TITLE.tI.. ToN SMOKELESS ODORLESS B ER'.'RD

rext meeting: I Promenade 1 I that any arrests would foe made\ Sta'ke businesses that featured !''vrked.: It was his second arrestor U..r..d_ I 15.9 Per Gal Information on return of White
:tarts March 3 -with Bradford
I: and Liver
TIlE NAME fW HM Dog. hail Sunday.
will be Wreck (initiation! in TilE
a : STATE .
darkness had I 0.
in the case since i dollar items in the first Citywide < a DWI charge. Jan. in
; I'J.nmn.TO.. vicinity of Bnrke
pla>'int;; Ribault in Green Cove (I 1 KlliBfftons. -
Gainesville on March 14 and all l prevented recognition of the two, Dollar Days last weekend Judge Yawn sentenced him I Kloriilj Railroad (Company ror- I AT YOUR IMPERIAL '. Contact trke" Ellington, I
Springs. j ,members are urged to attend. who I'' I ration; The Atlantic t\ilf and PhoneVO <- \VO '
men ascaped. I were pleased with results and Monday to -101.
a $500
pay fine
or st
Bradford had little trouble ;, < India Transit Company and SERVICE STATION I tt'tt1 I
found business definitely stimulated -i :serve six months on the DWI] their successorin interest -
downing Fernandina last Friday I I : Mary;
by the cooperative promotion. night in the Conference semi- Crop PlantingIs Taer Sales Boom ;;,, or days I "in R. Maples. Isaac J. Hatch p ood road twelve acres of this Itbcttum.
Koch's: Drug Store reported :. the othe count. barb..' ;
If \
finals. Coach James Hobbs' boys ; fine is not I. Rogers; Lydia Elli: ; Ra!'. l1.trc telephone.B .

led at tli.' end of each period. Ar- DelayedBy As February 20th I sell-outs. on some of its featured paid he will be given 90 days'I! J i in aniei all Tru'teti County. and lot
I items and a successful sale gen- : more on the driving while P inrida (
license iliroad
Deadline Arrives
mond Rivers was high scorer I Company, and their or acerige. in or near Starke. In
while West was getting 12 points Weather II tfrally. The management said that:'! revoked charge Judge Yawn said. John successors C. in trust; Jesse N. Jones; FISH SHRIMP the oil belt. Write to Joe Fields. .
:I Rloiard; Charles i:. Harri- Harmon h *. West Va. Itchg %
for Femandma. I! County Tax Collector J. n. Kel- !'coopeiative promotion gets results I !'on, and his wife. Anna K lUrri- .1

On Satuiday night. Bradford I IlY reports a record breaking auto because it brings me people to Heart SundaySet son wn.'; : also JJoTIl'I known a? Annie n. Harri OYSTERSFish TWO COTTAtfKS; to rent at Hcil1ronn -

lost its third game to P. K. Yonpe 'It's just too wet to plow and I :i license tag sales is in the making ;'town and they look around all 1111r,. r Miller Miller' ; J.and U his Ga-kinsI: wife: Dressed I Desired Spring.: Three 'Rooms and

most of the farmers haven't: been't| j stores, although they might have Thomai W Sweat, bath. furnishrd. Modern klt.hntViPI1
in the finals of the Keystone Con- this year. i j For Feb. 22 S IIie : his wife Prevail Fish Market nt! rent.J.. T.
ference. The locals led 11-9 at the able to start preparing ground torjtheir Kelly said total sales to date arc had other; stores or certain items ,?I. Sparkman Sw"atMalinda: J. Hampton A. Hutch: C. Oniitley.:' Uritra'.le

spring crops," said Bradford I \ ahead of sales; specificially in mmd. and hi.. \\if. Jennie Jones." 617 E. St. .; .
end of the first quarter but fell r running slightly C. Jones; J. H.h'ar.z Brownle

behind 9 points at halftime:: when County Agent George Iruggms last this time last year when the ex- 1: Robbins reported a strong demand -, In Starke son\ ; PT; Mabel* Lander Knight and Ella his J..hn-wife. Ph. WO 91091WE /ro"'n.(fTIrS(bearing Mum niter Carnrr container App!*.

P. K. Yenge: pulled ahead by haying w eek. !j"Wet ting record was established and L for their dollar handbags i|! KHa M. Lander; (J. )f. Inman. and P8. Hood' I"WID.Ig..

graund has also held up p : minute splurge to beat and other items. They believe his WI"', "onda K- Inman Grapevine*: PCrllmmms etc. EverRreens -
last "f'rmas
a good second quarter. Thelast the ,I Heart Sunday will be observed. ; I"'f'alr.! .'., nnnt : HAVE a new loan program forfarml'u Trcej ("amelhas. owe
half was played on eventerms. L cultivation and mulching ot strawberries the Feb. 20 deadline is still to ,' busin-jss was definitely stimulated I here Feb. 22 when members ofi 'calr. d.r,? sometimes) as herman br-, Loans oC I to 6 yean too varieties..Azaleag. fine plants
and only about: 25 per rent L !JJst ? ? for the entire credit require full a'ntf Moom. our1lant..o
of the weather that I Leciare
Rivers was again high ccme. .{i in spite warm i the Starke Woman's Club and: l IllS wi-l' ; Uert rrugart and ments of the farmer and his family. o&.bl We ,6re C lo'atrdl
of the county's 200 acres has been I otherwise have caused the Anna *. ****"; K. J Gainesville! Credit qualy.
Sales of WW tags for automobiles -j might I Production .
for .
scorer Bradford with 16Joints. volunteers will visit !jiauee. and hit nIU.1 .Heights
homesto wife. Fannie f;. .tt (t KtstoDf'
I Horth Main.
attended to. he added. CO
in the 4.500 pound and : clcthms business to slacken off. : l patt. ; Frank f.. A'lodation. t'
over : %
Hobbs collect Vinterling Tho liw. planf.0.
) had 13. and Tatum I i contributions for the Dank .. : I O lne"ville. Fla tfch" ,101*" .
These two steps have usually 1 .f Stark --
11. Gene Sadler had a big night when class an T tags which are mostly Bulhngton's noted more shoppers 1959 Heart Fund. This will be the I ton. and its successors a tom"fltic' in .orIltra in-- I f.ur ( lu".ry.. 1fT t 1,
netn completed 'by this; time RADIOS REPAIREDAll ,
!maIl foreign cars are definitely in town than on recent week- fourth t.'II; .Josephine A. }
z.nd scored 34 points for PKY. followed year that the club has undertaken U JarCtC: J. All H4el*
wea'iner has
by been good. on the increase according to Kel- ierds: and also a brisk sale cf itsi this !I Thiin>.n. also known I.' ,.... C'.r. par.t :NO MONET DZl'nlb
Cherry's 13. ThipK-n.
Hiiggins said bloom is coming i project according; and his \xife. Stella Floral] I MIIPHF.HD-S RADIO TV Washing achlnes, 10" .
three rolls of film for dollarspecial. )
Tuesday night Bradford wasLeal ,cut on the strawberries' now and 17- a to Mrs. C. L. Scholl Bradford I 1 Thigpen: and all pronl claiming I>m.. Gre... Owaer HMER'S If!***,
i any interest in
( n at; the free throw line as; He said he has had to order :, J County Heart Chairman. m inafter dserihJ t here2%W. Call St. rhoae WOI-'"I
the I
most crop is looking good ': I' by. through under Marke. Fla.GENUINE IIOfSH FOR' S.lLrT-TOrner lot..ijluated .
found business brisk
he Eagles
additional WW because on
tags For or aicainst
:Macclrnny sank 25 charity tosses. but he warned' berry growers to ; Sunday's drive each voluni In them or either of them 32S X Myrtle St. in TMn.ehaen -

The Tornadoes outscore them L ;be on the lookout for aphids, red i<:; sure to sell out the 20 he or- 1' their dollar items and thinks the |i t tcnthly eer will wear a square indentifii I ir Bradford tr to lT! (roII"-nK! lands situate I : ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations KJiUdfrlsion. Cobt.c Mrs. W

| finally received.GK i'! promotions help to keep i rom' County. Florida to-wif:: with double 100 i;. Henderson at' ConnerIns.
from the L! cation I envops
field tut couldn't overcome piders and the disease known as: badge and will carry official 'n. ( at the point where I for {21.95. Tele- "Dyle 1
for pickup trucks shoppers from going out of town. the Kasterly.: rIght CoU Agency. WO TVO >-
the barrage of free throws ,common leaf spot. I I tags are : buff-colored envelopes in of of way 'me era ph. t ," 3-5
'; where Stumps reported all of its dof- ..tmorland l Street intersern 1"4 ft.hl
slightly: behind this
I'nd accuiacy: at the free-throw He recommended the use of' year ( which contributors may seal their i the Xorth right of war FOR RENT: -Furnished first floor

line of the Macclenny invaders. ;Parathion dust or spray when aphids there have been 300 sales in comparison t lar items moving fast and custo- I checks, bills or coins. Those who ., un.' 1r tl "'ann. branch of apartment Close In desirable lo- f'OnLI."r ondit -Ced
UI. lahrard Airline cation. All nnTenif'nt' W. H. a month. Qomg overseas must sjc-
Terry Futch's 20 points was; ; or red spiders are lound. This with 307 on the same '' triers buying other items also. j,are not at home when the \'olunI I j and rim (then.- North Halway.depree :NoIIman.' 228 cl W. Madson! t. UchgI rfh.: CheavInquire at 'tfankeyMillar.

high for Bradford while Rivers ,chemical will kill both. date la:.t year but the real lag is Owner F. F. Stump thinks coop j teers call may mail their contributions I!i 31 minutes. West a distance of j : -Itt. ifliT '(25. luk. ttp,,
t i unlettered for erative promotion By Starke merchants MJ f' -t nP.nir the Eastcrv! rijrht r I' FOP SAT.K.-Florence Oil Heater .', .
: plain tags
or : -
had 16. Dixon 14. and Tatum 12. Jin to S. L.
Leaf spot has been wulespread.n : i ,I Peek Jr., treasurer or r.-ay line of Westmoreland I .1.OOI irTf Kxcellent condition. Pipe Toola PoiaTeTlpe die sto '
David Evans' 29 points and ,,-. the Florida 90 variety of strawberries i, automobiles: in the 2500-3500 is "a fine thing a great, 0: the local unit. 'I' trft *'* a point! of beginning! j I' .\10 Burnham Radiator style, Klectrlc I 'I"i..*.-pij rTwref chM74IS" and
L'' pound class where there is a difference idea.? Frmn said point .-IteginninK Heater. like new Phone WO as be bought
Kelly Crews' 28 were high forMa : that have been grown in I "We in Bradford County are \ North 4-4<.V ttrlig lo ne..l.ad
.nn\'ntr one degree .:31 : See
crlen ny. the county for the last lour years I';'i of almost 200 sales. I Barksdale's store was so crowded fortunate to have at our service nilrtutes W.ot a' distant of IDS I, S lt's frl.. at Wurt! ShjU lip

according to HuggTns. It was ai-!' Kelly says he undoubtedly will 1 Saiucfay the management had three clinics supported by the I'' of feet way along line!aid of Raiterlv,Westmoreland right I LI.U.c" OB ll W.\\TBD nne' (.1'.'.*. .\rrr.ff
have to hire extra help to handle little lime to talk but boys shirts Northeast .1 I FOR SALE-3'- yr. old horse with
Mrrrun Small
Local Guardsmen most unheard of on the old Missionary :- Florida Heart Association : thni'eNorth 88 de. :' H..I." BBd Fam .
the large volume of tag buyers for dollar were rolling off the I gree :f minutes Ka t dis- STROIT HK1I.TV )>ridlr and saddle. See or .nI.
used a Mrs. Scholl a
variety previously. said in urging 1 tame of 360.1 fret to .!I I JOIIMK I\\'r.\. Rep. h lad Wynn. WO: -06Jl. af-r I "
the "
Schedule Westerly '
Weekend The county agent said Zinc 1;1 who wait until the last few days shelves at a satisfying paxre. They: [ generous response to the appeal ,j righ of war; line of ) I P. O. Boi ,-. "tarke. .,.. m Itn

At Camp Blanding .nil Captan dust or spray are both, FO they can have a nice long line ''ciedited the Dollar Days\promo- for funds. "These are the cardiac gre.7 Street fu'nt.. run South Irrl.- 'i i rboae HO.H 'I%-1:

efficient in the control ot the 1 1 IT wait in. .' t ion vith a definite increase in cinic! for adults the children's of !. .: .mlnllt.s' to an P."I iron a stake distance on \1 1I ..hI Insurance Agent ,

Plans have been completed for disease; cut spray is best if the I foot traffic along Call Street dun 1 t cardiac clinic and a hypertensive the line lid of Westerly right of way 1i i i I SALE -- 2 hCdrnom frame' GOOD OPJRTUI '
Myrtle ,
the 748th Armored Ordnance Bat farmer is equipped to use it. "in: Man SentencedFor i ing the weekend. i| clinic. They have all mt the 1, 8! degrees Street /run minutes thenceNorth "I hOI-OP e. porch partly .nm't'l and AND .\
talion Florida National Guard any case the farmer should make Inman Green. chairman of the qualifications: and have been certified : Wr"t a distan of ;GI..5J feet i, sunroom. Big yard partly fenced.
to Drew F. -ddiih. J71 N. Cherry St:
point of i ;
vhich includes Co. B. Camp ure he gets the chemicals on the Obtaining I Starke Retail Merchants ASSOCIa- (I by the Florida and American t. being In the beginning Southeast lying Quarter and |' Prone WO f.n.:1 %t..hl LOCAL TERRITORY

Banding, and Co. C. Starke to bottom side of the leaf" he said. tion. described Dollar Days as a I Heart Associations. of th. Southeast Quarter of"Sec Qualifications: JI.betwren

spend this weekend at Camp "If fruit has already begun to! Fraud good start on the year's promo- j "Any person in the county un Ranc..iS.:: Township F."t. I South LAKE GENEVATRAILER age u5. Stke ooejr

Blanding for the purpose of firing; form, I would suggest fiiat Captan Drugs By ticns und predicted a steady increase I'able to pay a private heart specialist f.n.fcKTIVrs: Tow are IICrf'hT PARK .own depndabe car and la\'.

the various weapons (small arms I i i be used since it also helps to pre- I in enthusiasm. I I t can be referred to these I n.tiff I..n "that ht a against suit in you equity and "las:: I Large Lots High Dry and I I I lo rderce.

assigned! the unit. i I vmt fruit ret The treatment i i'should A two-to-five year sentence i in: I clinics by a physician or the: or ) and al5--, agam"t The Sea- I Beautiful Call SOUTHALL

facilities' be repeated every wek or the state meted out to health I.ardirln" Rahlri'jd I MR
Housing and kitchen | priscn was Tobacco MeetingSet officer. Mrs. Scholl ex:- : Company !'
10 days until the harvest is well i, a mid.lle-aged white man with a plained. lorIJratan; D. K. Knight and his':; $15 MONTH FEE LAUNDRY Gae"D 2-0736
Lave been arranged for at Bland- I complete study of the 1 wife.' X. I. Knight: o. C. Cason; C. -

lug and the units will spend the' under way. The treatment isi| long record of drug addiction by For Feb. 24 patient is made and a written re- !: A. KniK.it. ('art'n'- )Ill..n and his I Large, (Jlean Wash Koomt

member of the comparatively cheap in relation to'] Circuit Court Judge John A. H. pert is sent |i wife ..1 MelLon: I. Crider. NOTICEnON
night there. Each | At Live Oak to the referring doc-i I and ii! wife. Nancy (rider. DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT
units who has nct qualified will] t the crop damage that will resulta" : Murpiiree on Thursday Feb. 12.: ;, .1 tor. This includes complete diagjnostic [tozie Mdridg-:: ; and J. City of M. SCHENCK

fire the weapons with which he the disease is not checked,"I Solomon P. L. Fisher plead! I A 'luc-cured tobacco meeting j I study and surgery if i in 11 L|! Starke.dtfendtntN a municipal by Kenneth corporation C. firider as: IS Mi. SE of Starke on SK 10

for others Huggins said. guilty to charge of obtaining older." J.s piaititiff. in I'hone KejMone 4320 Former ovtaer of Schenrk'v Re,.
is arm.d: lecord, and a will be held at the Coliseum i in: i i, the above entitled Jt -

will fire different weapons for He plans to have a meeting; ot''j j narcotic drug by fraud after he Lave Oak at 2 p. m. Thursday The clinics are housed in the: i Court sought and in said cause suit; that the relief I FOR StLE-Sundry business In fanrant, S'rL south of Waldo
is to
familiarization.The berry producers at the tourfTiousei|. was bound to Circuit Court l by Feb. J4. I Duval Medical Center at Jackson- 'idoudi from and to quiet and remote cvn- Waldo. Fla Reasonable down payment which burned Jan. 22, I now operating -

Guardsmen will receive two, this Friday nignt to discuss plansfor County Judge T. A. Yawn. I E. il. Finlayson president of i j I ville. | d firm' HTilnd th-. plaintiffs title to the above balante monthly. Incase on I theORCHARD .

days legular pay for their weekend marketing tile crop. Growers Assistant State's Attorney Mack: the Florida Farm Bueau Feder- I "One cf the main functions of) I simple.lands title t a hf'r.II: an Indl.aJiblf'lee Mrs.building Vivian,aailalihI'hone Knight. Waldo.IK) 8-2111.Fla.: RESTAURANT

I Saturday and Sunday! on will 'oe notified of the meeting S. Fmch produced statements aticn. will preside and L. T.1 I'the adult clinic." Mrs. Scholl claims of ;you and each of you: and %r'bJU IN WALDO
y'ou are hereby
the ranges.A time by letter. frcm two of three Starke doctors 5 Weeks, general manager of the;. pointed out, is to work close]ly i, M"d required to Iummoned.file your ordered written i FOR UENTroom unfurnished I

drivers test team will con who gave Fisher narcotics prescriptions | Flue Cured Tobacco Stabilization1i i with the State Vocational Rehabilitation 1- answer in or defenses to the complaint house z b.d"'JmN.ly R. ".. I pning the Mime (oord

duct dnvcr training and testingcuring :: Most Homeowners on the same day. i Corpora tion will report on mat-; i Department in the retraining undersigned said cause Clerk in the of said office Court of the at I"m..r..t. :11; Park I'laf... 2t/ J-19. Chicken, ,\pPtzr. 3 Vegetables.

the weekend training to The doctors said Fisher told] ters affecting the interest ofgowers. of the patient for a different Stark" irradford County Florida! FOII SUE I Drink, and "wr for ___ S.JO

include the operation of a five- Hurry To Claim I them he was an addict and was I I type of job should the! on I!!59.or and i>fore to the. n'e:61 th a day copy of thereof March I; I The r'malninl lot, of SI'I) Irrtn t

ton wrecker. Tax Exemption I I en his way to a federal sanitarium: County Agent! G. T. Huggins;I, doctors decide the former work is; !Ion Th.->-on. A. Yawn Jj, plaintiffsattorny. doors prices Jelling on large for :*,. .\lr, r".h.f I SPECIALIZING SUNDAYDINNER'INCOMETAC IN

will for add'cts Lexington, Ky. I Ic : wh. is: I' O. liz 'I. 11..
Unit kitchens and supply in too '
: much of strain.
will attend the meeting and would j a Money contributed I'raner 791. Iarkf'. Florida, on or,: bath tubs comnd.a. 1"a.rif'1"" tab.chairs !:

be operated in addition to unit County homestead owners arc asked for dope to relieve him i of Mike to take "a least a car load"!I|I in Bradford County I to ]i I-efore "ail date as required by the' I.*. ". outside lynches ali[ ,-
making their renewal claims at a I Ja". Florida and the 1JJ4 Kales can be bought at liig savings : .
he continued his
train journey. 'or"l
IIdmin tration on-the-job I- i pain as Any-1 i i help expand and further this
than before !1 of tobacco growers with him. f ;, of Civil f.rO.dur. If you fall to ro.r for othrs
ing that: will be conducted for faster rate this year ever I Fisher told the court he had work that '' so a decree confes Come mat..rla'
: : one interested in attending the means we are not only' a. pro wil be in and lok whrthe"
personnel in these sections. according to Tax Assessor|! been a narcotics addict sine 1928 'enabling;: people to overcome the entered again you for lemand Jon need anything ar.unr or not, Nobligation. .; RETURNS, -
contact .
meeting may Huggins. -d the i
in complaint.It ,
Each :rear "Muster Day" is observed -. Gene Long.' 1 I with me exception of a 16 year i i j I handicaps of a sick heart. but areI I 's hereby ordered that thi" of Big: Dad W. Factory.T. Ja 'kson plir.n In. rear WO Preparedby. competent. per

on Feb. 22 by the memberscf j Long said he was very pleased period from 1941 to 1957 after he ,1 HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS: !I I also helping them to become fir i- I rder. :',t notice shall be published f-fOOI. and a'k for Mr. Thames I son. .,.Years. of 'experience.

the National Guard. This date, that almost 2.200 of a total 3.000 hsd "taken the cure" at the Lexington j j !lancially: self-sustaining once a- :j: In. weeks each. w..Ck in th.toyfour Bradford consecujtive Coonty:- rhg I II ( .
Washington's birthday has been homestead exemption renewals L sanitarium. j I The following patients were! gain." Mrs. Scholl explained.!I I Telegrapn. a newspaper publhrhf FOR: {I CALL NEIL TUCKER
but I he 'I "l in HraJford A Suite, .
'been made. I County I.EDininr r..r
5tt: aside each year because the had already Fisher was arrested Feb. 10) admitted to Bradford County., Where children are concerned. : having a general circulation i in I modern oak.xteflsi'.n table. : OL

first president is the symbolic warned those who had not fil'so after a state narcotics agent found I Hospital during last week: Clara''!L i the Heart Association works said connty. : hairs, buffet Original cost III EC

of National Guard their lenewals to please prescriptions in three different t'L.' Van Eeghen of Lawtey. Jessie 'hsndi.handlith 1 Witness my hand as Clerk of said 1 Sacrifice $I2i Ralph :Netties, '
leader heritage. : the Florida
I : MCirctnt j I ('our' and the seal of said "k"r. P 2i1l. 'I fn Keystone' Heights 4271RATESrREASONABLE
Open house and other activities:, :-oon. I drugstore files for him on the Mae Hall of Hampton. Nonrr La.Crippled' Children's Commission.: !j Court at Starke. Bradford C lntr.I I

will be observed throughout the Anyone who does not maKe his|t s.lme day. I Jean Martin. Herbert Earl Whit tr. .j "Sunday is Heart Sunday. Your i!I Florida(Ciicri7 this'COURT February SEAI.17th.) 1959.i FOR Britaniica SALE.-and 21 volume Encj.Iopedia:

Nation by Guard units and i icne.val by April 1 will lose his( He was arraigned before Judge :,: ten of Raiford Ellen Kite of Day- 'home will be visited by a volunteer !I! CHAiLr. .\. DARBY .Conditi-n.I Elmer DI.tonary.Lewla. 3JJ Good W

friends and families of local: i exemption for this year.:' Long: | Yawn the following day and tried l tona Margot Elizabeth Judd, WI I- ::; worker. I hope you will be i as''I, tr the Circuit Court. '|I WeIdon. phone WO.4-2131. 2tchgiJFOR : .. ....
visit said."Since this loss would mean: Jude Murphree the next day. lie R. Reams of Martha ', County. Florida :-19I 1 'PEnL
Guardsmen: are invited to by Middleburg generous as you possibly can. Theron A. Yaw. Jr.. Attorney for ; -

the armories upon their return[ a tax difference ot ?2i>0 to Star]Ie Jud e Yawn and States Attorney j Ellen Struth, Edna Faye D t. j bearing in mind the life-giving plaintiff. P.t Office Drawer 71: I, ; "-.1* -' '*,e.. rw h__e. hard*

from Blanding Sunday afternoon: residents and $211 to those in the" Futch asked Judge Mur- vis. Charlene Thompson of Max-,!.I value of this worthy cause," the Mtarke. Florida. %-n It ;i ..LF.HW'.ontltrJn., IJO.OO.Tape Recorder ,..n*lr r.a4ltl.ar4. JareI.
not to forg(:'t. 1' uetls. 11 ft..*. tutrt mirrrt
I them I U.
in observance of Muster Day. county.I urge phree to come here from Games ville. Tony l>enus Macarages, chairman urged.WOODS. : 11'hl city ..1.1. (!fc.,. fcr *,..lt>

Long said that during the l last vile! in sn attempt to expedi Mary Elizabeth Lee. Alice Winnie' W. C. T. U. FOR RENT: -I room furnished apartment Meat -b. -

Marriage Licenses three weeks of March he would the case against Fisher who is :Jenkins Lita Deas Cook of Maxi : -I:i If. 1-; a list of names in The Telegraph FIRESI AN AUSTRALIAN NEWSPAPER, HpI A J/THOMAS REALTOR
publish in need of medical care. i i vile Betty Mae Lee. Mary Kath- \j I ,I .
owners REPORTING -.: '
Marriage license applicationswere of all Resident Circuit Court Judge ryn Starling of Lawtey, CatherineDelores Two woods fires were reported \CCIF.'AL)', "'lP la'oTl.ror' ," Station house In- :e Te..leAu., T WO 4-571
their I rt'r. SAID tfrhe "
who have not completed I : 1
made at the courthouse during G. L. Fatten is at present on another : Queen of Keystone!I last week with 14 acres burned, nET I -
wals. He emphasized that tht:: I Since Jan. 1 this 10 ] NIl HAD HAD SEVERAL WANTED: )Approximately I acre a'
and fires
January by the following: : assignment in South Fbi:i- Heights William Heathi year building site -
is not a requirement of his ottice. i Brown. j have been reported with a total of GLASSES OF BtlN'. : on patf road within; FOR BE>T{. fMXEDIATKLTt
James Logan Stith and Jo Ann :da. j a fewniles of rk. P,
; hut is done as a service to the I I A -n-ORPHICAL ERROR' i BQT ?t-t \\'ri. 0
62 burned 1
In the '
York; Kenneth Arlen Noegel and Also: Ricky Alfred Lee 01]Lie same period AN ACCHENTAL nnf.Kspriots 2 B. R.-HOMK

Carolyn Claire Douglas; Donald homeowner. CARD OF THANKSWe ''Crawfoid I last year there were W fires' BUT TRUTH. : For: .VIt.E-4 I l'i hath .Here; r.. mr rufrr
Noah Henry of New Freedom Lewis. Rebecca M. with a total*of 410.8 acres burned.i i (NATIONAL VOJCE) house. l.mile South roJm on.Rd.m.nt Ins, block Oeo ane. 'lUlmg. t llk alte.a....

Penn. and Saundra Lee Dobson: ;; Faith BaotistI 'are sincerely grateful to Simpson, Suzanne Garner Doro- Last Sunday's .16 inch was the I., :i I i W.WO Cb f-' rir.'.f ;jjy. Prat St. Phne: II 'rb.1 le rrs. ." ,t.,*'., .e'hTvek' (.

Allan Bernard Davis of friends and neighbors for their thy L. Edmondson of Middleburg. only recorded rainfall during the I U.hl
Church Revival 'OHTII
and Judith Ann Fr.cdnchof l I many kind acts of sympathy duig in- Linda Gail Starling of Lawtey.i week. NOTICE :Jf-T.U-J\XT. Stove with KQCIPMENT grill and broiler FOR! (iar.*T'.- RIS II'A:( tF,%.

Miami Beach: Max Otto Sch-] A. E. Massey.. pastor of the our sad bereavement. Our apcieciation Gary Lee Padgett of Maxville!I OTI(' ; I \.1. *. hon-rane all I>gi"t 1-r wttb& r.., ..1..' ,. I.
t & or KOKK.n.OMHKLK Please be advised that Counter ( ': u, f. Hear
weikert of St. Petersburg; and I Faith Baptist Church ot Lawtey cannot be adequately Coney Underhill Margie MarieBroslQ i BV LFKK riRciir COt RT Jack- Pedestal Fan."alh Exhaost'litCr. Fan Fryolator.Porch: sparc .a V*..tM,|, .r_Very" easy

Charlotte Louise Shcckley of St.; announced lhat a revival will be "' sed.-The family of Mrs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: ii son & Bsho ceased to operate r "r. Dry Drink Po Heavy ..r.. ., '
Dilla Lang Norman. | Annie M. Shelp. Deborah'Eizaboth the umlcritigned. rbarle* A. P'irl'b. a Used Car business i. drty china. Mnrt Sell Give me an
Thomas held the church each .
Petersburg; JosephPipito at beginning Jackson of Lawtey, Cltrk of the Circuit Court of Pr' '4- effective Nov. :'ffT Frd Taccia J miles North ofFtzrke WALL J
of Feasterville. Penn. and I evening at 7:30 from Mond:iy. 'Wonda 'I ford Countr Florida will" on I th*> 15, 1958o nn IS.. :ei. roJ 45-F Itp I-HO>K AT
CARD OF THANKSThe Prevatt Ethel EaruneIJutchins Zl day of February. fl5'. at IZ: and we will not I .
Mildred Hinkle of Hatboro. Penn.:: Feb. 23. to Friday. Feb. ;27. of Hawthorne OdreW'P..aney noon a' the main door of the Court any dejbts b respnsiblefor II I FOR SL1' .Jor point stove and re- z Wala.StZfttbtW. .'."il
Kenneth Clyde Simmons of Jacksonville ,' House of Bradford County. In I th a\e .
family of J. W. Mclntosh Mann. i frlt..ratnr :: N Bay St or ph me *
Elder James H. Sims, pastor ota Margaret S. Hop-! CIt)" of Stark Florida offer for name. 0 4-4171 f .1. ,
and Mary Louise Simmons mission' church in and Sr. wishes to express sincerest kins Leland W. Pace of Railoi..4,.j! sale and sell at public outcry to Ip1m
of Jacksonville: and Rudolph Tampa \; the highest and best bidder or rash JACKSON & BISHOP

Valentina Coleman and j instructor. at the University ot appreciation and kindness for the extended thoughtfulness them- Smithj-.nd Lea Raylet Clarissa LaPort.; Elizabeth Nettle Carol Da-I1:I the situate folljwiig Jn" Bradford. described Countv prop Finil da.(7. I By' W. T. Jackson. ST(JRE ; S'Qh1

Mt-l cedes Di owns I J.'I.:>rid.l. \\ill be the .s1\.II.t'r.} UlinJ their time of sorrow. Vis: of Brooker. *I to, wit 2-5- 4tchg 2-26 i! A AE' I f' J )! lull

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f} 200-Bed Emergency- Hospital Arrives'I I I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy I nes meeting will precede program. '\ C. H. Haberstroh these offices will effect certain desirable

I I Hostess for the evening will be I economies in the conductof
I Mrs. Richard Cunnmsham.: Mrs. Named Chief the town's administration it

Rosemary Daurer Corbett Terrell and Mrs. Edgar To Fill i is said.FIRST.
For Clay County Civil Defense Unit I Akridse.: Vacancy ..

I Fishing Tournament Under Way, act as hostesses and serve refresh I, The club is sponsonns the "Sa- C. H. Haberstroh has been appointed BAPTIST nll'KCn
I I A Clay County Chamber of ments. die Hawkins Dance" for teenagers: by Mayor M. L. Beasleyas ] KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA
A complete "hospital on wheels"arrived ] operat tnz: room 2.000 pound. 15 j this weekend. It will be held
Commerce letter to Lindsey in
.j in Keystone Heights[''K W rcnerator. drugs:: vaccines, I Brownie troop 229 held their : the Fire House en Saturday Chef of Police of K-.nton. J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph]
I I Walker this past week announcedthat Investiture service last evening. Heights to fill th.a'anc left
Friday i
, Tuesday aboard U.S. government and other necessities. I Feb. 21. at 7:30 I Copeland. Minister of Music and
the Black] Bass Fishing Tour-i p. m. Ticketsare .
b "
I evening in St. William's clubroom > tlr rfccnt resignation ofV.
It took five three and Director Chance said that .
I ] van. men a a 25c each and be I church organist.Services
, 'half hours to unload] the 24.000 practice unit will) be set; up later I ncment is now under way and.I'jat i 8:15: p. m. Mrs. R. Daurer, from representatives can purchased in the- Dermody b-vau.se: of illness : Sunday School, 9:45

, pounds of equipment, supplies, |I icr the purpose of training C. D.II II I will] nan will through be helping Labor in regis-Day.Walker's I,Brownie leader invested the fol- schools w at Ducky s Department Habersir\ h111 continue his a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a, m.
t' and material and store in the personnel in use of the equipment I j I lowing girls: Leslie Ann Beam dltief' Ton Clr-k and Trca- Training Union, 6:45 p. m, Evening
tering the bass caught in this area
Jennifer Davis, Pamela
I Edwards,
Wiggins concrete block building :.m case of emergency. Tentativej [Continued on next Page im an ;!jt .'nn .olldatIon of services 7:30 p. m.
of Clay County. Entries will]] be Betty Glisson.
IS I Glenda Grainger.
for future possible use as an em- j pans! call! for hospital headquarters Week ProclaimedBy
I nailed weekly and if an unusually j Marcia Haberstroh, Dottie Hard-
ergencv mobile hospital under the to OP established in the Community I
I Mayor BeasleyThe large catch of 11 lbs, or over is enber h. Elaine Lovorn, Eileen
- Clay County Civil Defense organ- Church educational build- I
. ization.W. I ing. with the Woman's Club and registered, immediate publicity Penney Virginia Penney. Diane
week of Feb. 23-28 has will]] be given to the lucky fisher-'Thomas
and Laura Ann Triest.
C. Byron, a retired Navy :, other local churches to be used TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
: been proclaimed] Clean-up and man lor woman]. 'I Assisting Mrs. Daurer was Karen
medical service CWO, has been for ward space. I
Beautification Week in Keystone. NewcomersJess Cook who had become a Brownie I
named by C. D. Director Ray
: The hospital equip-
; emergency Heights by Mayor M. L. Btasley.; '!last
Chance to. have charge of the I Pope, a from Pell year. Mrs. Scotty Beam and
$50,000 worth of hospital supplies: I ment is available]( with out cost to I In his proclamation the Mayor City. Ala.] recently purchased and j I Mrs. Bettye Cook assisted the

Included in the j counties having C. D. organizations I called upon ". all residents, citizens -' moved into the R. A. (Peanuts! Brownie hostesses in serving refreshments -
shipment was
business places, civic clubs,'Carnes house WE NEED USED CARSYour
everything needed for a 200-bed anc1 meeting certain other on Geneva.Mr. to the parents attend-
emergency hospital complete with !: requirements.; and others to join hands in mak- 'I Pope is a retired civil service ing the ceremony.

ing our town a more desirable i worker from the Anniston Depotin Mrs. Zee Toles, district chair-
the Council and others and re- place in which to live." He SUg-: Alabama. His chief hobbys: are]i man attended a board meetingat
Annexation commenaed that Mayor M. L. gested that all trash be placed' fishing and hunting. For the past I' Girl Scout Headquarters in
Is Worth More On A 1959 Ford
Beasley's previous suggestions in near the street or near a garbagecan four years he vacationed here, Jacksonville] on Thursday. Feb. I I Money
this connection be given con- to make it easily available to usually: ]] staying at Rutledges' Fishing -! 19.

Petitions To Be sideration. No action was taken. the town trucks for removal. Cam?. He liked this area so: Lions Club News
I Because \We Are Out Of Used Cars. Visit
Revised floor plans for the pro-I The city administration will seta well that upon his retirement, he. The Lions Club wishes to thank

posed new city hall were presentee good example during the week I moved to Keystone. : the people of the Keystone area
CirculatedAnnexation by Councilman Williams and I by undertaking to clean and beau- Otter newcomers are Mr. and for their support in helping to

the committee was asked to consider tify all public parks, buildings, Mrs. Marcus Smith who movedtc 1 I make a success of their Light TerwillegarMctorsTODAYFortheBEST

: providing quarters for the streets, recreational areas, and Keystone from Homerville. Ga.I Bulb] Sale. This sale will continue
I of new areas and Ccunty Director of Civil Defense other property normally under about three weeks ago. Mr. Smith,
indefinitely and bulbs
increased pay for city officials in the final layout.In the care and maintenance of the who is now employed in.the Key- j| purchased by contacting may any be of DEAL IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA
were topics discussed
among ; at
stone Bank, had been cashierin
the other action the Council: I town. Mayor Beasley] said. a ( the following Lions: William
Feb. 10
meeting of the Key- Homerville. The Smiths have'
VoteJ to place town employes] j'Beam, phone 4304; Jack Haber-
stone Heights Town Council, but :
!under provisions of the Social] I one son. who is a junior,stroh, phone 4195; Eddie Bleha] .
no concrete action was taken in on his Huber road maintainer. at the University of Georgia ma-
i Security Act effective April 1, phone 2531; and Ralph Bryan
either j
case.Concerning 1959. Received a treasurer's report joring in Physical Education. The phone 3842. 7959cense J / Taq With Each
the annexation of "indicating a previous balance of Smiths are living in the Mecklen j
Referred to Attorney Myron C. Rotary Club News
additional areas to the city, the I 7,609.18; income $1,864.65; home on Lakeview Drive.
committee previously appointedto Prevatt the matter of revising an I Ci edits S67: Disbursements S2- Brooklyn CivicAssociation Attending the Rotary ,.District \New Car Sold Feb. 19 20,21
ordinance to permit voting in Conference in Tallahassee last ,
investigate this matter was instructed 721.32; balance Jan. 31 $6.819.00. Meeting
town elections between the hourscf weekend were Al and Agnes Wat-
to prepare a petition to Heard Councilman G. E. Wig- The Brooklyn] Civic Associationwill
7 p. m. instead of the present ,son. Al and Lcuise Nelson, Mac
be circulated in the territories affected : gins report that no reply his been hold a meeting in the Key-
8a.m.to6p.m. and Hazel McKay Marty and
and report on the matter I I received from the CAA relative to. stone Woman's Club on Saturday.
at a meeting to be called at a later Authorized payment of 415 for the proposed easement:; agreementwith : Feb. 21. at 7:30: p. m. This will bea i Kitty Martin, Huntley and Jane SPECIAL PRICE ON NEW 1959
maps presented by Councilman I Redfearn Mike and Gloria Red- $
date. Houston Texas Gas & Oil I legislative review with Senator $1990
Williams) fearn G. E. Wiggins, R. L. Wat-
outlining areas the :
Councilman Gene Corp. Tom Adams and RepresentativeS FORD CUSTOM 300 6 Pass.
Williams I County Commission had been requested Saunders kins, Ralph Crawford Lcs Bea- Tudorj
as guest speakers.G.
brought up the matter of increased to pave in the town and Heard Councilman ChairmanH. O. C. Receives RecognitionFrom sey.! Col. John MacDowell. Her-
compensation for memDcrs of adjacent thereto. L. Ownbey report that the man Schroeder and Bill Schroeder -

Referred to the Streets Com- Alderman and Fredericksson pro- The White Ground House Observer Corps 24 New Ford Cars and Trucks To Choose From
KEYSTONE mittee "for study and reccm-' perties on SR :21 south of town Volunteers in Keystone Heights The speaker for the Rotary
!I i n.-cndation an estimate of $1- had been purchased by outside area leceived recognition from meeting this Friday. Feb. 20 will

JEWELERSExpert i 110.36 i or parts and labor to repair -I interests: also'property formerly the White House this week in a be Ci 1. R. H. Kelley of Melrose VOLUME SALES AND LOW OVERHEAD
Watch r"palringI I the Huber road maintainer. owned by S. E. Kennedy; and ]letter from President Eisenhower.He who will speak on the Hawaiian
Quality Line Jewelry Referred to the order of new discussed the'manner in which commended the volunteers Islands]
business Joe Tanner's infor- the .town would be affeftd in the'event I fox their service in providing a Junior rVVoman's Club .. "::
Walter M. Muhlhofer mation on an Allls Chalmers mo- I these properties were deI strong air defense and for their The Junior Woman's Club of Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford CountyREDFEARN'S r

fT. tor grader, and Wm. Lee's offer I vtloped] as residential areas. loyal devotion to the cause of; Keystone Heights held its monthly -

freedom. Supervisor Jack Haber- ] meeting on Thursday Feb. 12.

stroh. in a letter to the volunteersin at the Woman's Club House. Mrs.
Thomas Garner, president, -
this area gave his personal presided
%' .. thanks to Chief Observers Lt. Col.I at a brief business meeting.
David Nelson and Mrs. Lydia Hur-I Trie highlight of the evening wasa T a
OR A L12P.5TED TIME ley for their assistance to this Valentine Party for the members -i OFFERING UP TO
and their husbands.; Games '
ii ctuse.

Jack Haberstroh received an- was were won played by and Mac the McCamey.door prize Refreshments $ Trade in allowance
i other honor, that of an HonoraryLife :ti $100
Membership of the "Air De- were served by hostesses -
fense Team" for voluntary and Mrs. Ralph] Bryan, Mrs.
i I' faithful service; in the Ground Robert Fiertz, Mrs. Henry Hall.
.t Z Observer Corps. Mrs. Robert McCormick, Mrs. I For Your Old Model Washer%

tI, .A Night At The Opera I Arlee Terrell. .
Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann and I The next meeting of the club L t : ct( .. ON THIS

r Mrs. Pat Pawlikowski attended i' will be held Thursday evening
Junior League of Orlando presentation -) Ffb. 26, at the Club House. Dr.
M.MATTRESS of "The Opera Gala" in I A. Y. Covinston will speak on NEW
"The Role of Public Health in
Orlanao last weekend. The program -

consisting of popular arias! Our Community." A short busi- .:. 1959
from various operas starred Heidi
Krall. Mildred Miller Richard''i'
gSfV3 Tucker and Cesare Sicpi. all of'I| LEE'S DRIVE-INTHEATRE

SAVE 520 ?"* the Metropolitan Opera. Conduct-I 1

or of the Florida Symphony Orchestra -! p
Frank Miller.
was j Phone 4113
EACH Girl Scout News j ,.
Mrs. Norma Valldejuli will be I* Keystone Heights, Fla.
guest speaker at a Thinking Day''! t ,r PY '
3&I-i. .A*? program sponsored by troop 190' FRI., SAT., SUN. :. .

'- irMATCHING at the Parish House of the Episcopal Feb. 20, 21, 22 i1 f''. .
: .
Church on Friday. Feb. 20.''; !

I at 3:00: p. m Mrs. Valldejuii whois MARDI GRAS .
BOX SPRINGVALUE from Costa Rica will tell the I< { Cycle
jjj girls of the customs in her country Pat Iloone-Tommy Sands .

as a part of observing International Gary CrosbyIn ';" '-J--4", ,
Month for the Girl Technicolor and :
a V i Scouts. Attending this meetingwill
be troops from Melrose and
Keystone Heights. Troop 190 will New Full-Time

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YyTyVYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyKEYSTONE Chamber Of Commerce MeetingThe 'YvYYvYvYYvvvyyyyyyyym --, Keystone 48. High scorers Palatka Sunday. Harold's YOU'LL -
work I LOVE tie Dew Estet
Chamber of Commerce tr Melrose were Virginia Ford I'j keeps him in Live Oak much of : brook purse-size foontata pens la

meeting was held in the Keystone MELROSE S ; I 41 points and Margaret Slade \\ the time noT. pastel shades Only $3.09 at Brad*

HIGHLIGHTS State Bank last Monday evening.. 10. From Keystone high I Elbert and Betty Nettles were "'pit Ontintv "14 'graph.HEALTH .

Feb. 16. at 8 p. m. New officerswere were! Carol Campbell with Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Joyce Rothhammerlir
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4LAAAALAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAA points and Nancy Sutton with \ 'I
tlected:] for the coming year. Voule Andrews of Jacksonville. '
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[Continued from Page One] I They are J. B. Strickland: president &A..AAA i4P Study Course CompletedThe Many of us from this neigh-
I Don Shackleford, vice- Elsie Knight Circle of
: ; and
Mrs.: K. F. Simmons borhood attended the fish fry at folks have difficulty-
store. "Live" music. as well as recordings and :Mrs. Joe Daurer. Eliam Baptist Church met recently
;president; have returned from a that 1'
trip Theressa last week and all had a del-standing how spinal ad just-
will provide the back- secretary at the home of Mrs. Tom I
i took them to South Carolina good time.Thinking. menu can affect' the function ot
ground for lots of dancing. Prizes I *,, I and completed the I
-i study
An executive ccmmittee was assigned Carolina and Maryland.Mr. 'j internal organs The truth I is -
Trill be awarded for "specialty"dances t t Ion Hoir.e Missions based on of fish-New River isliP
to meet on Thursday. Feb. and Airs.: Murray: Siprellaand ,. to the nervous system control1 the
the brim
Tickets be purchased and I've heard
may book of
19. with the Jacksonville Ski Club I I'I son, Scott, spent Thursdayand "Ways Witnessing" I that I function 'of all organs in onf'"I
8t the door that evening. i th fish are really jumping.
A taught by Mrs 2 Carl Reichardt.Various
to help with plans for the Southern Friday in Tampa enjoying tne I ; I or another. wit
'oman's Club News 'I Ski which will i community j t Sc long till next week. ll{
Championship State Fair. The benefit" of spinal adjusting
1 (
'Mrs. Margaret; W. Boutelle. for- be held on Lake Geneva in July. i Mr. and Mrs.: R. F. Lyon Jr. and were discussed during I! was discovered when a man deaf g

lerly of the college of education i A budet committee will meet two children] of Jacksonville visit- session presided over by chairman I for 17 year had his hearing! restored : .c

I the University of Florida, and i Tuesday. Feb. 24, at the Bank at ed their aunt, Mrs.: Hess Lynn, -- Mrs. Ralph Mathews. Termite ControlFOR by spinal' adjusting. 111Bo
leader in English education in The next meeting will be <
p. m. to set up a budget for the Saturday.
i" Chiropractic rare ran and does
the state will review the Russian V.'e 'l& March 2 at the home of DEPENDABLE po r
,ccminiT year. This ccmmittee will were sorry to learn that Mrs. get sick Pf'Opl.wril after -
author Pasternak's Nobel Prize also :i-ft; up funds for publishing Catherine Vickers is in the hos- L- -t- .#,-'-, % Reichardt. S Household ft CommercW else has failed l.

Vlnning novel. "DR. ZHIVATO." a Chamber of Commerce brochureon pital.: We wish her a speedy re- TRINITY EPISCOPAL For detail.. contact OFf:
I Pest Control
The'review will be held at the Melrose Scouts Off
Keystone Heights. covery. On Camping Trip CHURCH MELROSEM. an

Woman's Club on Friday Feb. 20.at .I The next meeting of the Cham- Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kothhamirer II. Breyforfe. Minister Grove Spraying The fE'9I
7:30 p. m. It is sponsored by were pleasantly surprised Members of Melrose Boy Scout j a! Melrose and Keystone Heights. .
i ber of Commerce will be held on Sunday School 8:45: a. Dr.
the library department of the.Mcnday, March 16. Saturday afternoon by a brier Troop 109 are pictured above as Scouts in the group are fl-rl 11:15. Episcopal Young People.Morning Call FR 6-2661 I H. G. Bollinger att

club :and is open to the public, Valentine Party visit from two old friends who had they prepared last Friday to take I.I John \V Allen, Julian A. Ashley Prayer and Chiropractic Offices
free of charge. ,been neighbors when the Koth- 'f en an overnight camping trir Florida Pest Control
Reba Hall and Roberta Sibley Walter Wilson John T. Allen. 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion 426 N. Walnut St. Pi
Tuesday Feb. 24, at 1 m. hammers lived in Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. o Gold Head Branch State Par! I I -
p. were co-hostesses at a Valentine Danny Moody George Allen, andi first Sunday. & Chemical Co.
the speaker at the luncheon will I Florence Arnett and Mrs. Flora Scoutmaster for the Troop is Phone WO 4-2881 Starke

be Mrs. Maxine S. Gaddum. Her party for about 25 of their friendsat Heinritz stopped for a lew hours Rev. M. H. I IBifli 1 Breyfogle. i George Liscioti. Absent when pic- COMMUNITY or I
the Episcopal Parish House 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
topic will be "Understanding Art on visit enroute to Sebnng. I pastor of the Episcopal ChurchesMr. I ture was taken was Lynn Stokes.lot .I KEYSTONE; HEIGHTSDr. 728 E. University
I Saturday Feb. 14, at 7:30 nl
p. m. Mrs. Bess I Gainesville, Florida
Lynn feted Mrs.: C.
In the American Home." The party included dancing. L. Mann and Airs.: C. L. Mann visited between :Melrose: and Keystone I James D. Pait. Organist.Choir Phone 6-3238 Gainesville \01
__ j with a birthday party in ,
1 her home last Mrs. Mann's daughter and fam-| Heights as suitable J IflTation for. Director. -- shiwit
week which at-
was Services Church School 9:4:
iy! Mr. and Mrs. Shuler Cox and a Church. : ,
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE tended by about 15 guests.
ajn. 11
II Morning
children in Jacksonville Saturday. ;\;..s5 Bessie Rutherford held a'' Worship ajn.
Last week seemed like a good
Men's Women's Children's & Shoes Miss Izetta Davis died at tne, Silver Tea at her home Saturday
Clothing week for birthdays. Linda Joyce St. William's; Catholic Chapel
home of her sister, Mrs. Julian j afternoon for the Benefit of the
Rothhammer, daughter ot Mr. and Keystone Heights Which Industry Now Betters
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Mrs. Glynn Kothhammer. celebrated Bloodworth, In.vmt.on Ga., :Sunday Methodist Church. Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
The Junior Woman's Club held
Miss Davis
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster Owner : her 4th .birthday on Friday. afternoon. taught Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. In. I
school in Melrose: 25 years ago. a business meeting Feb. 10 at the
Carol Rothhammer. daughter ot Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. In.
,Mr.: and :Mrs.: Grant Kothhammer, Her passing will be regretted by home of :Mrs. J. H. McGuIre. Confessions before all Masses.Baptisms. The Living of 3 Out Of 4
V her many friends in Melrose. Funeral The club discussed their beach
niebrated her 14th birthday :Sat- marriages and Instructions of'j
services were held at 4 o'clock project, atld planned for another
rday. Sunday Mrs. Johnny Mc- by appointment.ST. .
BLUE PINES BAR & GRILL payment for the beach which they
Leod celebrated her birthday inthe Tuesday afternoon.
I I are purchasi g. It is used free by ANN'S EPISCOPAL Florida Families?
home of Mrs Bess Lynn. I II The PieSbytery= has accepted the :
I j anyone who wants to swim. Then CHURCH KEYSTONEM. : .
Hiway ]100 4 Mi. East of Keystone Heights I
I games, and refreshments. The Altar Society held itsmonthy I 1 xt meeting will toe at the homeof IL Breyfogle Minister T

GRILL NOW OPEN SERVING Mrs. Josephine Mathhews February Morning Prayer and
School News mteting last Tuesday, Here F.
Are Some Surprising Facts About 77.* 1
STEAKS SHRIMP CHICKEN PIT BAR-B-Q The Keystone Heights Junior evening at 7:30: p. m. in t.heI| 24. 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.Holy !
Girls Basketball lost club School News Communion each first SUnday.
High team I Church room. !
SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS a very close game to the Melrose I Personals !I The cast has been selected for Parish Supper each Trading Stamp Industry

Phone team Jast Monday. Feb. 16, at I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Humphriesof ihe senior play, "The Big Blow Wednesday 6:30: p. In. F.a
Keystone Heights 4072
Up." Members or the cast are:
the Melrose Gym. The score was Starke were Sunday afternoon I X
51-48.. guests of the George Schaeffers.Mrs. Tommy Bass Jimmy NVTlliams, VYYvvyywyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyLONG So far, whenever our nabought $764,000 worth cf ,\
| Bill Logsdon Stephen Ashly, Charles tion's has needed products from Florida's
Park-Of-The-Palms Program John Ruffini and daughter -I economy man- f.
ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE "' Speakers on the Sudan Interior Shelley recently returned Gaboardi, Cathy Miner, Maxine BRIDGE expansion, a new industry ufacturers. In one way or

Mission this week are Dr. A. from a two_month visit with Mrs. I I Jones, Myrtle Ridaught Becky AND NEW RIVERMrs. has sprung up to help the another, it provided employ..

2 Bedrooms, Dining- Area, Living Room, Kitchen, Tile H. Hosier, Rev. 'Tommie" Tit- Ruffini's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott. Becky Brice Ellen AlcElveen country go ahead. ment for 289 Florida people
and Joy Morns. Mrs. Fowler -
Bath, Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace, Lots of Storage combe, and Rev. J. B. Williams. Nation, in Jamacia. is directing the play assistedby R. F. Merritt k The automobile industry, in many different industries.

L Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in Fiom Feb. 22 to Feb. 27, Harold Our new residents of Keystone, Ginny Vickers as student dIr- &&&&&A &&&&&&&.&&..&& employing millions, was folThe people in the trading
Wildish, Bible teacher from Ja- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Piper had
town, near shopping, doctors, beach. and churches. ector. Dot Price is the announcer. lowed closely by the developstamp industry its merchandise
macia, British West Indies will quite :a few guests last week. They I am sorry that I did not -
Financing arranged. Far above on well land- Proceeds from the play will go to- ment of radio and radiobroadcasting and
average, te guest speaker. The public is' were Mrs. Mary Piper of Lake the news in last wek. The redemption stores,
Prior to the
ward the Senior trip. to make more
scaped lot. invited to attend these meetings Butler. Mrs. Joe Allen of Palatka, will was that I lost my notes. I I its warehouses and transpor-
play the Juniors sponsor a millions of jobs. Then came
which take place every day. Fur- Mrs Leon Shaw of Lake City and toward the try to combine both weeks in tation and all the activity that

S. E. M KAY- REALTOR t' er information can be obtainedby Donald Piper of Jacksonville all prom.supper, proceeds going writing. the airplane industry, airconditioning goes on within it are helping
plastics, tdeto
Miss Frances Dekle Florida.
calling: the Park-of-the-Palms relatives of the Pipers. The Student Council sponsored Mary develop i
weekend of the M. L. vision, frozen foods, to
of guest
office. Mrs. C. H. Piper was guest Parish
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 & Valentine's Dance at the lives Thus it seems plain that
'ft CHURCH NEWS partyat Jr. family. Mary Frances' change our some more.
j honor at a neighborhood I House Saturday night Feb. 14. the trading stamp industry
First Baptist ChurchA the home of Mrs. Joe Daurer The Valentine King and queen came for her Sunday | The tradmgstamp industry, along with the 913,800 Florida -

Valentine Party for membersof Wednesday morning. Each of the were crowned. A couple was The Lavender family and while not new, belongs to women it serves has become -

the primary department was neighbors presented Mrs. Piper chosen from each class in grades Ida Merritt were visitors of this expansion group and has like

KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY given by the teachers on Saturday -I with flowers or plants for !l\er\ 9 through 12. Then the whole Edith Carol of Jacksonville, been one of the fastest! .growindustries, other expansion vital

afternoon, Feb. 13, from 2 to yard, rather than a gift for Her 1 higTi school voted for the couple of 1.s now in the Baptist Hospital. ing of all. Today it directlyof State's, a living part

DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE 4 in the Educational Building. house. their choice. The couples were Elbert and Betty Nettles benefits the living of the more our economy.

Games and contests were played. "Pedro", a new addition to heEd Cathy Miner and Jimmy Williams, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill than 3 out of 4 Florida families -

Day Phone GAP Nile Phone Cake and punch and candy were Conneen family as of Feb. i 9, 12th grade; Ellie Emory and Gene of Auburndale last Sunday who trading
4351 -GAS 2582 erved to the 22 members present. vas initiated last weekend with. Stantor, lltn grade; Judy Harp Zeith Pace of Georgia stamps. *

Mrs. Warden Brantley principal trip down the St. Johns River on: and Bobby Redfearn JOtn grade< ; George W. Moody and Obviously, an industry affecting -

of the primary department was !Saturday, and on the Santa Fe ftnd Jeanette Ahrono and Chris were Sunday guests of Mr. such a large propor-

COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING assisted by the teachers Mrs. Cor- I Lake on Sunday. "Pedro" is the Spires, 8th grade. The King and Mrs. James Lavender, last \\' tion of Florida's population This message; is relished as pub

bett Terrell, O. J. Murrhee. Jr., .new boat which can be viewed in I Queen chosen were Cathy Miner Ralph and Loretta Merritt must bring far-reaching bcnlie information by THE SPERRV

Mo-it Complete Line of House! Heating Equipment in North Mrs. J. D. Payt.on and Mrs. Fred the Con en driveway during the i and Gene Stanton. Sunday dinner guests of fits for Florida's economy. AND HUTCHINSON! COMPANY,

Ellis.Mrs week. I :Melrose: Girls Whip and Eloise Starling.The And it does. In 1957 the originator 63 years of SiH
Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First J. D. Payton program Mr. and Mr3. Norris Blackwelland Palatka Twice trading industry ago
Harold Shiver family stamp Green Stamps.
--- --- chairman, presented the program their daughters, Carolyn and I The Melrose Varsity boys team .
guests of the Joe Falea family
Alaska": at a meeting of the Betsy of Southhampton N. Y., was idle last week. but the girls

WMU on Tuesday morning Feb. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.$! continued their winning string by ||5iSi; *;i g ..

10, at the church. Others taking Charles McGlave last week. This adding two more victories to their

Grand part in the program and representing week Mr. and Mrs. Preston Fer- list by whipping Palatka Tuesdayand -

I missionaries from Alaska guson of Brevard, N. C. are guestscf Friday night. I Iq
SAW were Mrs. J. R. Smith Mrs. Fred the McGlaves'. The Melrose girls out-scored IntownorcounfrY. ; .

Opening Ellis, Mrs. E. L Brice, Mrs. Lea- Ray Goldwire who formerly Palatka every quarter to hand I
mon Ward. Mrs. A. E. Anthony vorked in the Keystone State them a 58-34 defeat at the National -

president of WMU, presided over Bank, has returned to school. Mr. Guard Armory in Palatka THE BIGGEST BARGAIN pj

the; business meeting. Goldwre; is studying dentistry. Tuesday night Before a packed
Plans were made for mission Don and Ginnie Schackleford house.

FRIDAY, FEB. 20TH study to be held at the churchon have purchased the H. L. Cooper Ahead 21-14 at halftime the :

Tuesday, Mar. 3, at 9:30: a. m home on Keystone Lake. They Bulldogs started their runaway in i ; IN YOUR BUDGETI! .

"REFRESHMENTS"MELROSE The book talks will be on ways of moved. in last week and are still the third quarter by netting 24 ( i .

witnessing.Mrs. working at "getting settled' in.1 points while holding the. _.Wildcats----...--I .
Stella Stanley prayer their new home. to-10 points. In tne tmai quarter 6r

5C TO $1 chairman announced that the 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thiele I II the Bulldogs outscored the Wild- '.': _:' .: .. W i.

Annie Armstrong week of prayer I spent last weekend visiting their! cats 13-10.

would be held at the church on friend Stanley Burton, in Hern- Top scorer for the bulldogs was

Friday, March 6, at 9:30: a. m., ando. Marcia Hilliard with 22, followed

STORE ai which a covered-dish luncheon Axel Malmgren just returned I close by Ilene Strickland led the Wildcats with 19. \ ;!' ,r) To get the job done better, easier,
Meltzer -
will be served. Mrs. Anthony from a ten day trip to southern Cherry

closed the meeting with prayer. Florida with his brother and sis with 16.The -, and at a lower cost than before

VERDIE .F. MANN\ Owner Community. The Community Church Church was Malmjren ter-in-law, and Mr. and their Mrs.daughter George I threw Palatka the Melrose girls"B""B"team team fora ,. : 0 call on your faithful

filled for Dr. Albert C. Holt's firsservice Jesslyn, of Chicago in. They 27-16 defeat. Peggy Payne with top- J. ii electric servant, Reddy Kilowatt!
The Public is Cordially Invited to Visit Our New Store last Sunday morning, Feb. visited many of the tourist attractions jed the Wildkitten scoring 1 ,

and See Our Line of Wearing Apparel, Toys, School 15. Mrs. S. W Godwin soloist at of that area. Axel is now 112 points. Friday!' This world-champion "wired hand"

Supplies, Notions and G. E. Appliances. the Gainesville First Presbyterian guest singer.Church She in at work.home" catching up on his "yard I night It was as a the double girls victory played in tne. "/ I %\ A1\: performs more than 300 jobs on .

Both the varsityand _l
sang "Come Unto Him" from the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osbornecf I gym. -
"B" teams were victorious. ; 4 \ \ '# the modern farm providing / .
Messiah. Aberdeen, Md. in -
are Keystone
made it 16 wins in 1
The Men's Club Supper and visiting the Herbert Williams'. II III The varsity Wildcats more profitable production, i
To The Of meeting will be held on Monday I Bet,y and Bob Lambert of I II 18 starts toy whipping the who I 11
People 68-40. Ilene Strickland, packing :
evening, Feb. 23, at 6:30: in the I Knoxville, Tenn. paid a "surprise"visit / scored 40 points in the game :-./ ) processing, J.
Educational Building. Mrs. David to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
I in the final and preserving.
in half of them
Nelson's circle will serve the din- I Willanius this past weekend. Also I period poured to spark the win. Pat :... Ii" : .
and I .
Keystone Heights Vicinity visiting on Sunday were Mr. and "
18 and Cherry "
ner.Thursday with
I Preston helped ,
evening, Feb. 23, at'I'I Mrs. J. E. Walston of Jacksonville.I ; I't

6 p. m., a reception will be held We are sorry to hear that Dan I 1 Meitzer topped the losers with ?' r '.. r', '

for Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Holt in I Reamer is ill and was taken to 6.The .... ......,' ,,' ; ..! f C. -
to : .
"B" team managed slip ..,. .
\Ve wish to take this opportunity to the Educational Building Mem- the Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville Wildkittens to :t. .-1> .... o ....
by the Palatka / ,
I t-
bers of the church and friendsare / .
last week.
thank for second defeat in, { .
you your wonderful patron- hand them their ", fI, -
cordially invited to attend.St. Mr. and Mrs..Joe Daurer had 14 starts. Behind the scoring -_.... ,. ,.. .... ". ,',,,,' -,
age you are now giving us and Anne's Episcopal Church weekend guests from Illinois and I power of Ellie Emory who netted,
Friday, Feb. 20, a Pot Luck Sup- Grlando last weekend. They were 23 Melrose whipped them' 4 L3'I
invite you to come over more often per will! be held in the Parish I Mrs. Adeline Swartz of Aurora I I 27-24.points I In the farm home as on the farm i

and enjoy our delicious food at mod- House at 6:30 p. m. At 7:30 p. m.,. Ill. ''Mrs. Wilma Ahrens and : The Melrose Junior HIgh girls 1 Reddy stands ready with plenty Q J.J:
held. Thespeaker
will be
I lenten services daughter! Kay of Geneva HI Mr. made their basketball debUt last
erate prices. is Rev. Custis Fletcher and Mis. Albert Severtson and of cheap, dependable electricity to
week by whipping Keystone \, _
Pector" of the Holy Trinity Churchin daughters Jan aruLJill of Orlando. i Height 46-24. High scorer lor the K lighten all your household chores ..' -

WE HAVE A LARGE PRIVATE DINING ROOM I Gainesville. retired Navy Man game was Melrose's Virginia Ford brighten all your leisure- to bring you I ,
CATERING; TO CLUBS. AND PRIVATE Saturday. Feb. 21, will be a.. Wins Sewing: :MachineW. who tallied 26 points.

PARTIES Work Day for the men. They will! C. Byron. a retired Navy The Riverland Conference tour- happier, more carefree Florida -

make a base for a new church I man was the lucky winner of the nament begins Thursday. The girls :L lhmg. -.- ... f k

C.I.I.YO 4 9291 FOR DETAILS ign and also work on remodeling!,Wizard portable sewing machine will play Bell. If they win, they : .d A .f ::" 1 i.

STARKE, FLA. the Parish House. I given away by Redfearn's appliance -"will face the winner of game played 9 1 .. _____ t-. -- -
The Episcopal Young Church- store last Saturday after- (between Cedar Key and Bron- y1 I l'-l t

men meet Sunday evenings at !noon. Not present at the drawing son. Cedar Key is the only conference .4 !: I I,

CHAaCCtflL BROILED STEAKS 700; p. m. Mr. Byron was notified by phone team to whip the power- ,'' '.., J 'ft r'J -' I II

St. Williams Catholic Church and came immediately to claim ful Melrose girls this season. Good I&_ ___ )1' I
: : -
Lenten services consisting of the his prize which he took home to Luck! [( I I'I

Stations of the Cross and Bene- his wife.: Mr. Byron was recently Tuesday night Melrose will play 1tiJ < /'AKS'StT
dwticn win be held every Mon- ; appointed chairman in charge Ft. McCoy at Ft. :McCoy. -/* !i?

GARDEN.RESTAURANT day evening at 7:30 p jn. throughout of supplies for the Civil Defense f The Melrose Jr. High Girls Basketball : 4riic"..'" Iir! Belter-Farm Better ELECTRICALLY t
Lent. "' team scored their second
organization in Clay County. i
Geo. Kopelousof: wner Johnny Kopelousos, Mgr. The Altar Society wishes to Mr. and Mrs. George :Shaeffer1 victory 'over Keystone Heights in FLORIDA POWER & LiGht COMPANY -<: $ I : 41

thank all the who are the proud parents Of a -girl'|the Melrose Gym Monday Feb. I
people helped I I HELPING BUILD FLORVAa .
!\;. Temple Ave. Starke Fla. --
-- make their Bake Sale a success 'born Feb. 17 Bradford County 16.The ...:. ':!." ""C_ .., ,.. .. '.; .
r -I last Saturday. Hospital. final score was Melrose si .

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v,;TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTT' '.99T999nny9"9nn" I I:supper and their regular meeting|tion.. I Gainesville for last few months. Mrs. Frank Brown of Jarfc-'on-

'at the church this Friday evening.' H. M. Terry. 42. of Gainesville From Ccvlngton. Va.. where the \"illei itro here Monday v.ith

THERESSA RISING Feb. 20, at 7 p. m. died last weekend at University funeral was to be held. Mr Terry Mrs. T. F Brown

J. A. Williams is working in Medical Center, after an extended'I, was a friend of the H. F. Jones Frank Williams is attending a

CHURCH NEWS By Ruth, Griffis 87 Mrs. Gordon ..JoneaAAAAAA&&AAAA&&AAAA&&A&AA Femandini all this week on his illness. He had been employed at''' family of Hampton and visited Bell Telephone training school in

iaVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj-AAAA I job with the Container Corpora the Sanland Training Center in: here with them a short time ago. Jacksonville for six weeks

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Back In The News We are sorry to report that Mr.

Well Theressa is "back in the ,and Mrs. Thurmon Jones' home I a

The Tabernacle I Methodist Church news" after being silent for some I I was destroyed by fire Thursday. THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH
time. Our little community is I II I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman
ie week's scheduled servicesDr. Sunday Church School. 9:45a : small but there is usually something I I'visited their son and daughter- -0 ..

John McNeill of Alex- m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. of interest going on and in-law Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman -

Iria, Va. began Sunday morn- .:Nursery and Junior Church provided your corespondent will appreciateit I I of Lady Lake, over the week- wrA .
lat the Gospel Tabernacle. Dr. ,: during worship hour. MYF. I if you will give her items to report -:
Tell holds numerous degrees +I (5 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 each week. We want to let i I end.Mrs.

Inusic! and his "Look at the I Ip. m. the rest of the world know whatis Gainesville I

Ik"I always brings forth an im- :. Tuesdav Prayer Group spon- going on in and around Theressa. I sonville this past week. x.
Lant message. i j I I ,)!'ed >jy WSCS. 9:30: a. m. I I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and .I.IU'Y

'usical numbers on the electric: i I Wednesday Story Hour for Community Fish FryIs daughter, Carolyn visited in Jack-

n. harpaphone, violin, piano primary age, 3:30 p. m. Big Success sonville Sunday. :k.i.. WE LIVE INw
vocal numbers are being Prayer meeting and Bible The people of Robert and Joe Norman visit-
our communitywish
ui-\'l during the week. Study. 7-15: p.m. Chancel Choir' to thank each one who hada ed Mr. and Mrs.\ ''Garland O"Steen o ,x.+e. g t x >c : h'i : 1 I II II

w. rm welcome awaits all who rehearsal: 8 p. m. part in making the benefit fish ; and son of Jacksonville Sunday.

[r1 th"se services. supper last Saturday such an out- I Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas I
I and family of Brooker visited Mr.
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. standing success. A profit of
ksbyterian Church I $147.25 was realized from this I and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Sunday.

Raymond t';. MacBlato supper, and this amount will be Mrs. Evlee Jones of Gainesville
I Sunday Services-9:45 a.m., used for spent a few days last week in
more playground
.day Choir practice 8 p. m. equip-
Church School; 11:00 a.m.. :Morn- ment and for the Lithia, visiting friends. I
linday Sunday School forages upkeep our !
ing Prayer and Sermon. Dont forget church and Sun-
I 9:45: a. m.; Morning Community House.EespeciallY .
Holy Communion- First SUn- day School. Sunday School, 10 a.
ship 11 n. m.: Youth Fellow6 are we grateful to
day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, the Dixie Lilly n,.; morning services, 11 a. m;
>, p mYe Milling Co., Winn-
7:30 a.m. Training Union 6:30: and evening
| .in' everyone to worship Dixie Super Market, DenmarkFurniture
. Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir services 7:30 p. m.
.us.JStftson. Co., and Ruby Johns
Practice; 7:45 p.nu, Litany and
Beauty Shop for their contributions Tvvvv..>nmmnvm//v
; Bible Study.
Also thanks to Redfearn's M5&Lk. Ct Y
Street at Keystone Heights for the do- HAMPTONBy
First Christian Church
nation of a refrigerator for the
?aptist Church community house and to all the Bin. D. E. mil Ml
Morning worship, 11 a.m. L
ladies who gave pies and cakes,
[900 Block W. :Madison St.) Rev. J. E. :Sherwood: pastor AAA AAAAAAA.AA&AAAAJV
and to
the host of others who
Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Services Each Lord's Day worked so faithfully to make WMU Members Hear I
Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. H
the supper a success. Last of all, Program On Alaska '
mday School 9:45; A.". Wednesday. Prayer Meeting, but not the least do we thank all "The Mountains Break 'Forth : '

forning Worship II A.M. I 7:30 pm.Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. those who came from far and Into Singing", a program on : ___
Ing Union 6:15; P.M. Wednesday. near to buy tickets and eat with Southern Baptist Mission work'il

[ening Woshrip 7:30 1'.'1. Ladies Council, 1st And 3rd us.Children Alaska, was presented at the
Tuesday nights.E.verybody and adults alike are regular meeting of the Hampton
MKim.NG; welcome each enjoying afternoons and eveningsin Baptist WMU last Thursday THE CHURCH FOR ALLALL .
Wednesday 7:30 1>'1. to FOR THE CHURCH
service. recreation at the community evening, Feb. 12, at the home of .
The Church u 0* frratt factor c t
'ng Worship ::30 P.M. house. Skating has priority over Mrs. William Fowler. aiih for the buiUiCf .f characarr aid
jirserjOpen I'rU Services GRAHAM all other games at the present Thirteen were present for the food tihifnihip. ll it a UoretuxiM of
Cordial Welcome Extended BAPTIST CIIURCn time. We note that many knees meeting. The hostess served refreshments tpinnal lUn.Wittiool' a ttrcnt Qnirdi.mhrr .

All Who Will Worship With Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning and elbows have suffered in the of cookies and coffee democracy nor cmJtzaho Us.t Worship, 11 a. m. Training process of learning to skate. following the business meeting.Mrs. ..' iyr. There art four mid awns
:Mt. Whitney in California: 14,496.fe t high! Just
wl jdwilJ' attend
PersonalsMr. E. L. Birt will be hostess for r-j tttj ftrnon ftrticnregularly
Union 6:30 p. m. Cvening Worship
live in.
the Oiurcl one of the spires of the Cathedral we
and They
H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant and Mrs. James H. Breedenand the next meeting, on Thursday support
children of Silver Lake visit- e\enins Mar. 12. art (1)I For hn PII\r. (2) For his When God made this world of ours he gave us many
pastor. chitin.; '. ult. ()) For V" fair of hit of the towering peaks we see
---- ed relatives near Santa Fe last VUIlermae Davis : a glimpse .Himself. In !
community and nation. (4) For the sake His dignity-in the.fertlle plains His.provl ence-m
Sunday. While there they attended To Wed Saturday of *t Charch ct.df, which! ands tinnoul the wild storms His wrath-in the :shimmering! rainbow -
IRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. morning services at the North Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis of and malrrul] wipport PUn lo (oto His mercy-in the mighty falls, His strength-in
-- Pleasant Baptist Church. Hampton announce the forth- church regularly and read jour Bbl the mirror lake His peace.

Mrs. Chester Searle and daughter coming marriage of their daughter 411..n. His Love-the of God's
But to reveal greatest
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Jan. were shopping in Gain- Willermae (Jackie] to JamesA. nature-He gave; us His Son. Jesus Christ born in

lefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town esville Tuesday of last week. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs, lRy BookPalml: Chapter verses a stable slain on a cross risen to reign forever. .
Mrs. T. W. Dickinson and son, John Davis of San Antonio, Tex- '
cads 121 ICIIS This world is the Cathedral in which men worship
[Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 Eddie and niece, Mary Lou as.The TowdajrItediwtday Monday Psalms Palms: I Ian y0 Him. Its altars are the churches to which the faithful
Gnann were attending to businessin couple will be married this Pima is! iKM -r9' throng.
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M 7:30 P.M. Gainesville Tuesday of last Saturday evening, Feb. 21, at the Thundagr PtalmsFndaT 1-35
Palm 103 I-11 Life is God's gift: To live in His Cathedral 1
week. home of the bride's brother Wesley Saturday Kmis IV Ml and WORSHIP
work and play .
unday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin .,,
6:45 P.M. ,
gUnion #
James Davis
visited his father, Davis, in Cocoa. For her mar-

Midweek\ Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A Oscar Davis at Cocoa last Sun- riage, the bride has chosen a pale Y1 r\' liDrt
day. We are sorry to hear that I blue ballerina-length gown. Bro. Copyright 1959. Krister Ad.. Strrke.Stntburf.. .
FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Mr. Davis is seriously ill., Adams of Cocoa will perform the ,

Mr and Mrs. Olen Hicks and ceremi-ny. .,.. :' -1 .
Y .w.. .tr C -. S .4J ,.,.
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AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH children of Palatka visited the J. The Davis family have been ti .. i -'" ..<' .' ..
A. Gnanns last Saturday. While staying with the Wesley Davis .
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here they attended the fish sup- family in Cocoa while Mr. Davis \ w. -

per at the Community House. has been confined to thfe hospital I
he perfect tribute to 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brown and there. He was able to leave the

cherished memory children of Micanopy visited hospital last week and is now These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service
friends here and enjoyed the fish convalescing at the home of his

supper at the Community House
Every funeral that we conduct sen.The
Saturday night. newlyweds will make their
is a source of sustaining Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwrightof home m Cocoa, where the bride- JOHN A. TORODE
solace and spiritual inspira- I + Jacksonville: visited relatives groom is employed.Mrs. GASOLINE GREASE.

tion to the family. ( here during the weekend.We Lena Jones Rowe
s Funeral At Macclenny
are sorry to report that Mrs.

Hundreds of details are managed and economically Earle Brown is still confined to Funeral services were held Sat- MINERAL

attended to that only a trained and careful her home with a severe cold. We urday, Feb. 14, at Macclenny for

organization can perform when the urgent need miss you "Mom", from activitiesin Mrs. Lena Jones Rowe, 81, who OILS SPIRITS ,
the community, and especiallydo died Wednesday at the home of
for serving is at hand.DeWITT r
we miss your smiling face from her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. '
services at church. We know and Mrs. Harold A. Turner of TIRES 'W'FIRESTONE INSECTICIDES
Pop" is taking good care of you Boca Raton, after a long illness. won-..
JNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE and we hope you will soon be well Mrs. Rowe, a relative of several

PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 and with us again. people here in Hampton, was a FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL

furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and accept We regret to report that little sister of the late Mrs. W. L. Bugg,
resident for Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla.
Gerry Triest has been ill the past a Hampton many
life insurance
in force issued
policy by ANY company, as
week with virus. His parents, Mr years. She is survived by her
yment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation
and Mrs. Ernest Triest, carried daughter, two grandchildren and
lea no obligation. him to Dr. Kokomoor in Gainesville I three great-grandchildren all of ,. .

Sunday. i Boca Raton.
Rev and Mrs. M. LPackhamwere I I I Attending the funeral Saturday I W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO B. T. THOMAS

in Jacksonville Thursday on from Hampton were Mrs. T. F. .

wrng flints & combined business and pleasure Brown, Preston Nettles, and Mr. Mayor of Starke Associate Store Lumber Company I
trip. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen. I

Miss Gertrude Packham is .Personals 1 I
spending: some time in Jacksonville Miss Myrtle Reddish and rela- :

with her daughter. Mrs. tives of Jacksonville and Starke J 'f ,.. I
i Ethel Jerrell visited Hampton Monday with GEM
.and family.Mr. in
Denmark Furniture Co. Sam & Son
J and Mrs. J. D. Griffis and Mrs. ina Knight. Also visiting Rosenberg

children were visiting Mr. and were Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knight of JEWELRY
Mrs. Carl Johnson at Lake Win- Starke. Of Starke New and Used FurnitureN.

ott Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. English and L. WOODBURN

and Mrs. M. J. Eiland of daughters Linda and Diane were

CJearrnterisited her parents, overnight guests here with Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Triest. Mon- and Mrs. W. J. McElroy and fam- .1

day.Mrs ily on Thursday of last week. 1 EDW ARns' J & J FARM HOME
J. A. Gnann and Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Parker ., .* ,
W. Dickinson were business visit- ar.d grandson, Marty Misner left and Market
Building Supplies Inc. And Auto SupplyHARRY
ors to Gainesvlle Tuesday. Sunday for a vacation trip to De-

'' Church News troit and Flint, Mich. where they
Ot tE FEATURES> Patrick Bowers of Park of the will visit relatives.
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Palms conducted both services on Visiting for several days here '
''When People Blow Their Tops and Roof Repairs Are Sunday, Feb. 15. at Hope Baptist last week with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. -a.

ecessary, Call Starke Builder's Supply, Inc. spent Saturday night and Sunday Swindell was Mrs. Swindell's C. ELROD, JR. VOLLEY STARLING BROWNLEE

Church. niece, Beatrice Alderman of Plant

Dial WO 4-4201 or WO 4--1211 Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Packham City. Mrs. Alderman and Mrs. Furniture Real Estate Grocery and Market & CHAST EENCommunity
at Haines City where he conducted Swindell drove to Jacksonville on

Sunday services at the First Tuesday of last week. ..
10 MONEY DOWN Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon i

Those interested in the visita- moved last weekend to Tampa, V fI I

tion program meet at Hope Bap- where Mr. Saxon is now employed. State Bank HARDY BROTHERS SMITTY'SBarberShop
Repair tist Church at 1:30 p. m. on Their older daughter Gail is .
with her grandparents I
Thursdays.A staying here
Of Slarke Motor
Study Course is scheduled to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh Company

Add Rooms --- Carport --- begin Wednesday, Feb. 25, on _
soul-winning and will continue Mrs. K B. Watterson Mrs. T. T.

Bath RoomINCLUDING each Wednesday night at 7 p. m Brown and Mrs J. W. Home drove

until completed. Four Classes will to Games' Nursery at Florahome

( SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- be taught. on Monday last week to see the LAWSON'SGrocery WARREN'S BRADFORD COUNTY II
The Genera Hersey Circle met camellias. Mr. and Mrs. Watter- _

TURES) Tuesday: Feb. 10, at Hope Baptist son were also there on Friday. 1 : and Market Shell Station TELEGRAPHTERWILLEGAR I II
Time To Re-roof Church. The devotional was conducted Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brooks Jr..
by Mrs. M. L. Packhamand and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Parker of I II III
Mrs. Eugene Lee. Flint. Mich arrived 'Sunday fora
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH visit herewith Mr. and Mrs. I I
Sunday School 10 a. m. Song Mr. and Mrs C. A. Cox are GUY ANDREWS

Service 11 a. m. Sermon 11:30a. back at home in Hampton after MOTORS I

m. Training Union. 6:30.1T.\. spending several months in Miami .Service "Station Real Estate !
SUPPLIESSTARKE Song Service. 7:30 p. m. Sermon' with their son and daughter Your Authorized Ford Dealer
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7:45 T>. tn. Wednesday Prayer and then famffles. I
AT> S.A.L. FLA. Meeting, 7 p. m. M. L. Packham. Men of Hampton Baptist Loe4Y'
Pastor. Ccurca will meet for a rabbit

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TTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTlLAWTEY parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tan- hams of Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Monday afternoon.Mrs. National Heart Sunday. All sentative from each school as

Mr. and -Mrs. L. E. Smith and Georgia Ann Sapp had as churches are asked to make a follows: D. B. Richardson An-

EVERGREENBy \ ner.Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. family of Marietta visited Mr. and Tuesday guests her son. Everittof contribution. Let us not be partial c"erson School Lawtey chairman;

Commodore Crews and daughter Mrs. Ernest Raulerson and daugh- Jacksonville and on Saturday to these diseases. Think of themin M. L. Paul. RJE: S. C. Price

were Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bell I. ters, Sunday. Mrs. Larry and daughter of Jack- this way: January. Polio Drive: Thurston: M. Taylor Hampton;
Mrs. T. Fntch
rfj Joyce
Stanley CrawfordUUU..wauUaaa.a.aaa. of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gcrdon of Jacksonville sonville. February, Heart Drive; March M.: E. Roberts. Wateroak.The .

A AAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGuests Glen Crews and family of Starke. visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rat use i Rev. and Mrs. R. Earl Moses I Red Cross Drive; April Cancer inservice education program 1

I Theodore, Louie, and Commodore and Miss Joan on Sunday. i spent last weekend in Brunswick. I Drive; December to November T. and professional library material
Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier of Mr. and Mrs. I
Bryant Crews visited their mother Mrs. Nancy Keene and the Allen -i Ga. with Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy !B. and Health Assn. Drive. Be I was discussed, led by Mrs. M. J.
visited their Bert and family Reddish during the week :
son were i
I' Mrs.: Babe Crews at the home of Harts had as Sunday guests: Shillings.; prepared to give the year roundto White. Significant suggestionswere
n Palatka last week. Mrs. Jack Pons and family of : I
I Mrs. Alma Hamphill in Jacksonville Mrs. Gertrude Towery Mr. and j Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips all of these organizations that made which included book r
Rev.aud Mrs. J. E. Norman and Tallahassee, W. E. finer Tommy i
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I Mrs. Johnny Anderson, Mrs. visited Mr and Mrs. Leslie Phil- are in operation for better pro- loans from the University of Florida -
son were in Crawfordville last Spahn. Fred Bennett. Pete Long I Effie Miner had as Sun- I Doyle McDaniel and daughter,! lips and sons in Callahan on Sun- grams in education and healthful Library.
week visiting the Floyd Gray and Ray Reddish of Jacksonville !
day guests Mrs. Hazel Jones of j and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson! living m our world today. Remember Approximately 12 persons are l
family.: Mr. and Mrs. Gary Snow, Mr. I day.Mr. I
New Smyrna Beach Mrs. Leila ,. of Jacksonville and Mrs. Nettie and Mrs. J. S. Eunice and : "1.our giving will mean enrolled in a class for Elementaryand
Harold I Nook 1 Crawford spent and Mis. L. W. Baldwin of Starke :;
Pumblin of Jacksonville, Mrs. ,Rowe of Hart Haven. son visited her grandmother. Mrs. healthful living. Secondary Curriculum Con-
the weekend with his parents. and Mrs. Mary Reddish. I
Pauline Torode and Mrs Nell Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tucker and! Mattie Dowell in Gainesville on Lincoln Douglass Banquet struction which will meet each
Stanley Crawford and son, a- Mrs. Leslie Bradley of Kingsley I
of Starke. Mrs. Miner Mrs. family of Tallahassee visited Mrs.I Monday.Mrs. The Lincoln-Douglass Banquetwas Tuesday from 6 to 9 p. m. at A.
long with Emory Prevatt and son Lake visited her parents, Mr. and I
Torode, and Mrs. Andrews visited Tucker's brother and sister-in- Hattie Darley and Miss a gala occasion with Mrs. F. Quinn Jones Elementary Gaines-
attended the State Fair in Tampa, Mis. J. E. Warren Friday. i
their sister, Mrs. Mamie Oliver law Mr. and Mrs. Emery Duncan Sinah Prescott had as weekend: S. Pierce serving as toastmistress.The ville. The class began on Feb. 17
Saturday. i Anthony King of New York was : Q.,,,.
who is ill at her home in Baldwin i and family and Mr. and Mrs. guests their sister Mrs. Alice delicious turkey dinner with and will extend through the i
Mr. and Mrs Maxie Reddish and the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
I Sunday afternoon.Mr. (Frank Cruce and family over the Austin :and son of Daytona. They all the trimmings met the approval month of May.
daughter have returned to El G. K. Hundley and family.
and Mrs. Carl Edwards and i weekend. were dinner guests of Mrs. Eliza- of all guests present. Many Ebenezer Church News In modem timuRuores"t
Paso, Texas after spending, some Mr. and Mrs. Harley Waldron
family of Gainesville visited Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. KeithJr. beth Redding at the State Farm persons who could not be present Regular services were held on fighft
time with their parents.Mr. and family of Jacksonville spent Ar.good for makingOey
Lecna Edwards, Sunday "after and children of Jacksonville on Sunday. were: also served dinners. The Sunday starting with Sunday
and Mrs. George Guthall the weekend with the Robert Wal- ;of nightsOur
noon. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye Winton Parrish and family of members of American Legion School st 10 a. m. Supt. Henry
have also returned home to Balti- drons.
Birthday Anniversaries and family on Saturday. Avon Park visited. old inends Post 314, Commander J. Royal Bryant in charge. During the
more, Md. after a visit with her Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and
CelebratedMrs. Elzie Padgett of Jacksonville here on Sunday. and the Auxiliary members. Mrs. morning hour of worship Rev. method are a* modern
parents Mr. and Mrs. Willie Red- daughters of Jacksonville visited I
Mrs. Mattie Henderson, Saturday. R. M. I Aunt Senie Pre is visiting his brother Erlie and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas L. M. Royal president wishes to Arnold preached on "Prayer", they come. For that electric'
dish.Cecil I vatt was given a dinner celebrating -I family this week. and sens and Freddy Moore of thank all persons who attended music by the choir with guest
Stanley R. N.. and Dora Mr. and Mrs. Levin Griffis were job give us a call and your el
her 90th birthday on Sundaya I Mrs. Sallie Mathis of Callahan Henden>onville. N. C. and Mrs. participants on the program and singers. Bro. and Sister E. R.
Crawford visited relatives in St. h: Jacksonville: Sunday to see a- rical troubles are over CoDtnu-
her home. Those present to j spent Friday at the home of Mr. Billy Torode and son of Gaines- committee members that made Shell. Other visitors included Rev.
George Ga. Sunday afternoon.We bout their son, Landon, who broke
; enjoy this happy occasion with : and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and car- ville were weekend guests of Mr. this affair an overwhelming suc- George Lee and Rev. Daniels. Sis. ing and repair.
are sorry to hear that Bro. his leg when a tree fell on him.
McCarthy'and i her were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie 1 red! her sister Mrs. Ida Padgett !and Mrs. W. Fred Moore and fam- cess. Regular meeting will be heldon : Truely Allen and others.
O. Y. Copeland is in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. G. V. .
Donn and family Mr. and Mrs. home with her for a visit. Sunday, March 1st at RJE at During the evening the message I 1
County Hospital. Those visiting family, who have been occupying ily.Mrs.
Albert Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl ; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye and Mattie Carter and Mr. and which time all members are askedto was delivered by the pastor
him last
week were Rev. J. E. the Wall house moved to t
Norman, C. E. Crawford. James Jacksonville. Tuesday.Mrs. Prevatt. Mrs Joyce and Ralph family were Sunday guests of Mr. Mrs. Nick Polk and family were make a complete financial re- and holy communion was served.
I Futch Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Pre- and Mrs. Charles :Taylor and in Savannah last week and port. The pastor has extended the rallyto 24 HR COMMERCIAL& HOUSEHOLD
Rosier. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gas- Marion Tucker and son of
vatt and family Mr. and Mrs. I in Palatka. brought Mrs. Robert Meyers home CHURCH NEWS
kins and Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Jacksonville spent Friday with her I family the third Sunday in March. All
Kirkland. We wish him a speedy Tern Norman and family of Mac- : William C. Cruce of Tampa is vnth them. She Annie Ree Mey- Antioch Baptist Church captains are asked to make a full
iccovery. I clenny. Rev. and Mrs. Harvey : visiting his brother Frank and ers will be visiting here with her Antioch Baptist Church Rev. report of $100 or more. Ranell

70t Mrs. Jean Gaskins spent several i Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Wilker- family this week. mother next week. George W. Lee pastor held services English reporter.

days with her daughter, Mrs. sen of Middleburg.The I Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and Miss Arthurine Blanchard of at 3:30: p. m. and 7 p. m.

005G Bcrtice Sullivan of Jacksonville. J home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy I grandson Lynn of Heilbronn Jacksonville was the weekend last Sunday. During the afternoonRev.

Mrs. Sullivan brought her home I'' Futch was the setting for a delightful i visited the L. S. Tanner family guest of her sister, Miss Enza Alphonso Jenkins, Sr. delivered when you needRELIABLE I

Friday afternoon.Mr. birthday dinner honoringMrs. oil Tuesday.Mr. !' Bianchard. They were in Melroseon the message which was

666 and Mrs. Arvis Kirkland I Futch's: father Charlie Gar- and Mrs. Hoye B. Hague .Sunday to help their aunt very inspirational and soul stir-

tJe visited relatives in Ocala last I rett on his 69th birthday. Those and family were weekend guests Mrs. McLeod celebrate her birth- ring. More than $20 was raised GAS SERVICETHINK

Monday and the J. B. Kirkland of enjoying the occasion with Mr. I I of Mr. and Mrs. George Tyre and day anniversary.The I for the building fund of Mt. Cal-

I Starke, Sunday. Garrett were Mr.and Mrs. O. C. 'family of Keystone. following ladies were inj I vary Church. During the evening

Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins McStephison. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny 'I Mr. and Mrs. H. Reynolds of Lake Butler on Thursday after-I worship! hour Rev. Daniels delivered OF SLADE GAS

GAY'SHome visited: the Rudolph Chism fam- Crews, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. I Baldwn were Sunday dinner noon to attend a study the sermon which was en-

ily Sunday afternoon.Rev. Moye and sister of Jacksonville, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds the Middle East which was taughtby joyed by all.

AppliancesYour and Mrs. J. E. Norman Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford Mr.I I and sons and Mrs. Lomie ,.Mrs. JoAnn Mizell at the Me-I' Sister Arata Williams and TANKS FROM: 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OK UP.
visited Bill Notes of Green Cove and Mrs. Chas. Shuman of Mac- i Mosley. thodist Church Mrs. G. W. grandchildren motored to Daytona

Friendly Springs last week. II denny. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I Jerry Witcher of Miami is visiting erts Mrs. R. E. Lee, Mrs. A.ROb-I Beach to visit relatives and PHONE WO 4-3551

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lemacks Garrett and sons of Tallahassee, !' his son-in-law and daughter Harley. Mrs. Effie Miner Mrs.i friends. She was accompanied by

Norge Dealer and family of Daytona were visit- Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cassels and Mr. and Mrs. C.W.. Thomas and Hermie Kelly and Miss Enza I f Bro. Jessie Williams.

ors of Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Kirk- Mrs. Barbara Cassels and sons of''I[his sister. Mrs. J. S. Norman. Blanchard. The ladies of the Allen Chapel AME Church

NQRGE, APPLIANCES land last week. Lockloosa Leo Crawford of Baldwin I I Mrs. Florne Wallens and Mrs. church served supper to the Allen Chapel AME!: church Rev.L. .

We were happy to have 25 pre- I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Priest of Howard Norman and family visit- I visiting ladies. A. Sampson pastor will hold

MAYTAO WASHERS sent at Study Course Wednesday i I Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon I.ed Mr. and Mrs Carlos Rosier I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling regular services on Sunday start-

COLEMAN HEATERS: and night. We hope there will be more I Sauls and family.Mr. I and family at Raiford.Mr. visited their son-in-law and I I ing with Sunday School at 10 a. FOR EVERYWORTHWHILE

next: week.The and Mrs. W. Fay Durbanof I and Mrs. R. E. Lee and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. T. i m. Supt. Irene Thomas in charge.
FLOOR FURNACESWe Evergeen church members Jacksonville announce the arrival -I family visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Markham in Gainesville on The Presiding Elder Rev. W. P.

Service All MakesOf along! with 25 visitors from other I of a daughter, Denise Elizabeth -II L. Peterson. and family in Thursday. I Jenkins will hold his second USES

churches enjoyed a social Friday I on Feb. 11 at St. Vincent's I quarterly conference during the
Appliances nteht at the church. Barbecued Hospital. This little lady is the yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyVYYNEWS morning worship hour. All chair-

PHONE: WO 4.7511 I ichickrn was served. I first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs.I OF INTEREST TO COLORED men of boards and auxiliaries of Furniture
[ Don't forget the mass meetingat H. .C. Wainwright and Mr. and the church are asked to make I
Starke, Florida I '
. Heilbronn Church Thursday' Mrs. Ed Durbji. She is the first' CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY written reports which must be
I 1 I'I'mgh I 'f.
1. great grandchild of Mr. and Mrs., read at the conference. Signature

Truby Wainwright, Mrs. J*. L.1..4.6. By Ozora J. Shell Evening service at 6 p. m. Junior .

Williams of Hampton and Jesse ...... 6 ;. AAA..AA'.A... Church each Tuesday at 5 p. m. Auto
LOCAL MANAGER FOR Starling of Bartow. ', May Lois Morris president.
I Mrs. Nancy Keene and the Allan i,I It's A Boy! Sunday School and B. T. U. Con- We are pleased to report that :{ Real Estate

Hart family attended a birth- Mr. anti l Mrs. George Leverson gress cf the Jerusalem Missionary all our sick members are improv-
day party for Mrs. Elsie Bradleyin ,are the proud parents of a baby Baptist Association. Other visitors ing and ask the continuation of
Jim Walter Corp."World's Starke Saturday evening.Mr. i boy bony Feb. 6 at Bradford during her illness included Mrs. your prayers and expressions of

and Mrs. H. C. Harley and I i County Hospital Dr. Bitch attending Ford and Miss L. B. English also sympathy.Teachefc OVNFINANCE\

Mrs. Theopolis Reddish visited physician. Mrs. Leverson cf Gainesville. Hold Meet

Mrs. A. J. Starling at the homeof and Harold "Wayne are doing fine Mrs. Cora Day and daughter The Bradford County Teachers T

Largest Home Builders"WILL Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Higgin- ard at home to their many were recently called to the bed- Association met at RJE last Fri-

botham in Baldwin on Sunday.I friends on North Oak Street. She side of their'sister and aunt. They day and unanimously adopted the CO.

Mrs. Martha Bales and Mrs. is an employee of the Bradford have returned to Starke, reportingher constitution which was written on

BE IN STARKE Mae Wells visited Mrs. Ruth Bar- County Hospital and expects to improved. We are praying for Dec. 7, 1956. President Anderson

thlow in Middleburg, Sunday. .resume duties soon as aid to staff the speedy recovery of our Worthy appointed a nominating committee Ill W. Call St. Starke, Fla.

EACH THURSDAYAT Friends of Mrs. Steve Starlingwill nurses. She is the sister of Mrs. Matron and that she will soon be who will bring in a slate for

regret to know that she is ill, Iola Little and a member of New able to return to us. Bertis Robinson the election of officers to Arpil Phone WO 4-9091

at the home of her daughter,..Bethel Baptist Church. reporter. I.meeting. The election will not be

Mrs. Raymond Suber in Jackson- HJE Parade and Coronation Carnation Club held however: until August of this

ville.Rev. i The Miss RJE contest has ended The Carnation Social Saving year, during pre-planning. The
STARKE HARDWARE CO. Sanford Mayo. Misses I and the final activities will beheld Club will meet at the Reno The- committee is composed of a repre-

Mary Harley Jackie and Martie I Tuesday Feb. 24 starting at atre when ever a request is made

12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. Bales Buddy Thomas and Joe 1 p. m. The parade which will by the hostess. The last meetingwas 4

Harley attended an MYF meeting take the following route: from held with Mrs. Annie Jane GO FORD -WARD '

m Worthington Springs on Sun- school down N. Oak to Brownlee Den serving as hostess. A delicious

For Appointments Call day afternoon. turn left on Cherry to Call St., meal was served and all members
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch and right at Walnut North to Brown- present reported an enjoyable

JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector son, and Terry Futch of Starke. i[ lee, left to Old Lawtey Road Jenkins evening. Mrs. Wilhelmena Brooks ... .for.the
Miss Christine Griffis of Raiford, St. to the school. Don't miss president. A. R. Jenkins reporter. I8IG5Al

STARKE -. WO 45311"If ard Mrs. Joyce and Ralph Futch this colorful parade and marching Fiesta Club /
attended the basketball tourna- I I band. The Corornation will begin The regular monthly meetingof

It's A Quality Home rrent in Fernandina Beach this i i promptly at 7 p. m. in the school the Fiesta Club will be held at

wee ken::1.Guests. 1 cafetorium at which time Sonja the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry roar* tooling; of *s '59 FordStyI"idel ___ __ _
It's A Jim Walter home'OTIIEIt of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban Williams will be crowned Miss .Clark in Lincoln City. All members ; And for '59. there's lots

and sons during the weekendwere RJE High, representative; of the I are asked to be present. Wil- new besides styling. Tkere's new r

OFFICES: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gohagenand 7th grade Mrs. L. M. Royal liam Holland. president Gloria stre"g'h-ftOftl new heavier bumper.
to husky wrap-around body cornea.New
OCALA GAINESVILLE: PALATKA family of Bostwick Mr. and 'II teacher. Her attendants will be Graham reporter. gos sovmgs-wirh Fords Short
Mrs. O. J. Boyette of Valdosta I Leola Barber of the 12th grade Anderson Junior Hi StroVe/ Six. New eom ort- he smoothest '

and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wil- Mrs. F. S. Pierce sponsor and The faculty team of C. C An- ride of any half Io4i pickup!

I Evelyn Younge, 9th grade Hard- derson School Lawtey recently

n rick Taylor Miss RJE defeated the faculty team of RJE
: I .for the
f .. ,. ,
\ '.:...: : Elementary is Dorothy Davis of in basketball; by a score of 27 to
.W-lH; I the 4th grade taught by Miss Mae 30. The high point persons for IJIARD

.h'0'1'.. .: .: Frances Jenkins Attendants will each team were coaches Catherine l

.. "....;.>, be Marion Jenkins. 5th grade Johnson of Lawtey and Inez
.I taught by Mrs. E. W. Thompkins Butler of Starke. Other stars of New additions to Fords '59 tin* of
and Shirley Ann Cohen 2nd grade the game included: Mrs E. W. 371 models-Till Cob Tandems,roted

taught: by Mrs. A. Chandler. Thompkins. Z. P. Jenkins as forwards tx to 75,000-lb. CCWI They com e

I The theme of the program honoring ; and R. C Donald. M. W. t bon advantages of tilt-cob design t 1.
I the queens and their court Turner. A. B. Anderson as guards. with the carrying copocity of tandem ksrr er
olesOther oll..e.odels$ :
is: "Toast to Miss RJE From A- The game was largely attended. wheel drive vnits o* low Ford '1
"round The World." Mrs. E. W. Watch this paper for the return prices available early .in 1959.
Thomnkins is general chairman game which will be played at Anderson I

ot the corornation while Mrs. F. Jr. High during the monthof .for..the
a. .+' t A br ?. Pierce is in charge of the pro- Match. k 1SMNd \!

gram. The junior Tigers and Tiger-

The final basketball game Is to ettes won a double header from

a. be player immediately after the Douglass School of High Springs
.'s *. 59 Ford Io ehe< -_
corornation with the deaf and boys 20-10 girls, 13-10.

blind students of St. Augustine.This Monday night the girls defeated from longer! Ronchero wheelbase gr'es to you greoierloodspoce the tarp. '

will be a game long to be Trenton School 22-16 while luxury ond handling ease of o '59 4r% r

remembered when you see boys the boys were not quite as for- Ford cor yet it hauls half-ton $
who cannot hear follow sign instructions tunate. loots( New ftoturu include o 20%

and win a game. The During the regular .chapel houron bigger windshield increased body

Tigerettes are expected to win Monday a very interesting pro- ftrcngrli, new ride ifoWizerv.

Mount Vernon, home of George Washington this game because they lost to the gram was presented on "Brother

D and B girls by just 2 points last hood by the intermediate dept. of I IThey're
where thousands each homage to I
many year pay week. The Principal E. Thompkins schooL The social science classes GO459FORDYRUCK

America's first President. f and faculty are extending a cor- have been observing Negro History -

dial invitation to the public to Week and signficant leadersin *
Since Washington's Birthday Falls on a SundayOur attend this activity which promises February which included Lincoln here-new Ford trucks for '59. reinforced scat fabrics that wear up is

to be very colorful and enter- and Washington. Many Here to take you Ford-ward for savings, twice as long new cab interiors. And
Bank will Observe the Occasion taining. thanks to the pupils and parentsfor Fortf-ward( for modern style and rugged there are the proven gas Barings; t>:t

by Transacting No Business on Monday, February! 23. OES Meeting contributions made on the dependability! proven longer life of Ford's rugged chas.
I Dell Chapter of the OES No.! March of Dimes. C. C. Anderson There are brand-new features: nylonlIis! Come see the new '59s now I

168 will hold regular meeting at principal C. Johnson, reporter.
7 tonight, at the Masonic Hall on Heart Fund Drive KISS TO 0" ...ms. TO REiN
Brownlee Street. All members are Dr. Florence Jennings is askingall

asked to attend as business of im- the schools and patrons in
One of 28 Banks in the at StarkeFlorida portance must be transacted.We the community to contribute to MOTORS
I are happy that our Worthy the Heart Fund. Each class isasked
National Group
Matron. Sister Janie S. Mitchellis to take one envelope and

improving. She was honoredby pass it around among the parents 206 W. MADISON ST. PHONE: WO 4-3381 STARKE FLA
a visit from Rev. and Mrs. L. and students for contributions. ,
MEMUI nouu OEPOSII INSUUNCI cotrouno A. Tillman of Gainesville. Rev. Supervisor Shell has been asked ---Tt You're Interested in an A-I Used Truck Be Sure To See Your Ford Dealer

Tillman is the president of the|to make the collections. Sunday is


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