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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 26, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ii Kelly Remits I Softball League Berry Growers Duval Board



N2\\ Late Tax FundsI I Meeting Called Discuss Plans Puts 301 On tistForFourLaning




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Funds totaling! 3213.40 and Starke Recreation Director Bob representative group cf straw- Another plug for U. S. 301 came

I( pi es"nt iug excess fees collected Ccnner has announced a meeting of tarry giovers met at the court- ilrom I an unexpected source Mon-
0\erlurf And Team .
fey Tax Collector! : J. R. Kely! for I ot held Tuesday, March 3, at 8 Louse Friday night to discuss op- day as the Duval County Commission -

I 1058 have been placed to the 1'. m. in the USO to organize and uation of the forthcoming strawberry voted to include the four-

BBS Debaters Tie For First Place I I Ciedit cf the County Commission schedule! games for an are soft- maifcrt. iuning of the highway from Bald-

I 1$22f10.791! and the Schocl Boaidi: Lall leagre. '*.I After ;i brief renew of the "m to Maxville in its 1959 "want
,1.012.611. Th? drector said that teams -- I strawberry conditions and the pre-, iist."

In District Two Tournament Kelly rirlivrred the receipt of from Waldo. Keystone Heighti. s4 S nt market situation. County The action came at the ic-

.TeepoMt.: ; dated Feb. 19, to County two from Camp Blanding maintenance Agent G. T. Husgms presented cuest of representative from

I Attorney A. J. Thomas, Jr. at 9:30: bhop. and one from Co. \ td t.. ttnw manager cf the Starke :Starke and Baldwin. Mayor L G

am. Tuesday.In ; C. of the Naticnal Guard have I'armerslarket.: J. R. Wain-
I Oliver of Baldwin pleaded with
The Bradford High School Debate Ga.. the rcxt year to HoustonTexas :
a special meeting last Thursday already! indicated their interest. wiighL.; In presenting Wamwnght. the David board for the improvement -
Team I from Icftl I George \ and this year the debaters ; -
: mcrnms the I The leagues will be for adults and Huggins reviewed for the growersthe of 301 Duval Coun-
Patten, Fmnklin Hitch, Judy Kel- j I will journey to Louisville. Ky. County Commis- through

ley. and Mary Katherine Wain-! Fcr the past two years at this ;-loners instructed County Attor- .o'der te-=naers.: qualifications and abilities of I| ty.

vright are pictured with their tournamfnt. BHS has had the !I nuy I A. J. Thomas Jr. to take action All teams and areas planning to the lIarkctIanager.. "Unless we join with other

instructor. C. L. Omturf. er.am-I: only two superior ratings given in' against the Collector's bonding crter a team are invited to send In discussing what had already' nearby counties:! in the improvement -

ining the first place! certificate after-dinner speaking and consequently -.. company for the amount that npresentatives to the meeting. been. done in the interest of the of 301. Baldwin will die on

won in district competition last ; has represented high was past due the two boards. They For other information. interested : Berry Much At Home! :" tra f-erry market. Wainwrightstated the vine. Mayor Oliver declared.

hcd previously :-', a deadline ofFcb : persons may contact Mr. Bennerat that he had made a tript
weekend. and
I schools: of the entire South in this Present at the meeting

The Bradford team tied with'1 aiea at the tournament banquet.By 15 for Kelly to remit the the USO building, phone WO A generation of straw- .f"Cn'in the and : the Pl.mt City area. talked to I plugging for the Baldwin to Max-
1-6061. coming : county are leaded buyers and
funds. I we are assured of
Landon High of Jacksonville fcr winning District Two. the I i a nile improvement were Bradford
ncrry growers and eaters 1 w with bloom! and young fruit. cod set of
first place in the District Two. debate term will compete againstthe Following the meeting Kelly l buyers. Wainwright Commissioners E. L. Crawford
John Dodd lepresented by Charles 8, Sheila, i If the children follow in thei further stated that !
meet held at Jacksonville Univer- : top teams in the state in early tcld The Telegraph the money Enters and Mike. 6. pictured above in father's one important and H. A. Bishop Jr.. C of C Ex-
footsteps, they will be factor in
sity. Both teams had a record of !. Jlarch. Alro. they will attend th:? was on hand but certain technicalities CAP CompetitionIn 14. beautiful berry patch of their fourth generation strawberry good buyers securing for any and commodity keeping is II j icutive Director Robert McIn-

six wins and two losses and each National Foren !c League Tourn- and the fact that his efi I I lather. Harold Ncrman. prOgrC3-1' Their tire and motel-owner Herbert
l growers. grandfather. Leon sufficient volume and a '.:
Plan
tied in speaker points. ament later in March. j i fice was rushed with lat minute Exchange Dayton.
: ;:\e produce grower and chairman'Norman formerly grew them he.- pioduct. He Qual1t.r/

BHS has won the district title !; Bradford High is very prcud of'!'auto I' tag sales had prevented him Capt. John F. Dodd of the Key- ''of the Bradford County Board of ;,1 but in recent years has moved growers to put up urged a good : / Sidney Martin chairman of th:?

each sear since it organized its | this outstanding record in debateas from placing it to the credit of Commissioners. his to Alachua County Commission.
.. cne Civil Air Patrol Squadronwas I cperation the Miami ar a. we can command the top price!
debate team three years ago. : the tam: is com tingith'the two boards. pdded hie'o to those urging
in Orlando last Saturday This season Mr. Norman has The children's great grandfather. and build a reputation for quality.piodurts. ce :
Due to its cutstanding record schoo'-! that have a minimum of Duval action. The Ala-
here he appeared before the 63.000 Florida 90 berry plants' Jerry No.Tnan, was also a Lawtey With a slight increase'! County
each year. the debate team has 100 students taking speech each Negro Under BondIn chua Board has placed the four-
hat the |! .
: :flection board of the CAP's In- ; are among prettiest ever terry growerMadison I lirt strawberry acreage and with I
been invited to the Southern year while the local debaters have laning of 301 from Bradford
Assault Case national Cadet Exchange pro- !growers supporting the market.1.
Speech Tournament. The first' an aveiage of only 15 from whichto County line to Waldo at the top
jWainwruht I
year the team went to Athens. draw their team. i gram. Higher Speed I Street is optimistic about l'of its priority list.
A
local
: Negro is in county jail Dodd was nominated by tlvcnior marke.m program. He was. of

I tinder :S2. 'OO bond alter his arrest ; members of the Keystone'CAP I course. aware that adverse ,,'eath-I Duval Commissioner Ray Green

Treasure Chest l.-.st Saturday by Deputy James and voted on by the rest of Higher Bond, II Baptists SetHomecoming I ti could be the greatest handicap. I said the board went on recordHveral -
BHS
Teams
Cage Hamilton. the squadron to represent the I Crop conditions will be observedand I years ago as favoring the

Keys AvailableAt Alfonzo Chandler is charged iocal unit in the tryouts. Twenty Says The Judge DayThe the opening auction an- requisition of right-of-way for

l with aggravated assault on Arthur cadets: from squadrons all over i nounced. It was agreed that 10:30![ 301. and that the board. to his

End Home Games French, al=o colored. The Florida tcok the a will be knowledge. had not rescinded
Setzers alleged part in compe- The. higher the speed the high-] :Madison: Street Baptist m. auction starting time.;

attack happened Friday night. tition. Three will be chosen topend er the bord. I II | Church will observe its second anniversary unless current conditions warranta I' that action.

., French" told authorities that !- 15 days overseas next July with Homecoming and chan e. Growers are urged: tohave Duval County Engineer J. Crosby -

Shoppers at Setzer's in Starke With GCS FridayThe Chandler struck him with an unidentified -I aster a briefing in Washington.The ,' This is the prospect facing dinner on the grounds Sunday. I their first load at the market said the State Road Depart

this Friday and Saturday will j : object. He was treated CAP exchange program was speedsters in the Bradford area March; 1.Organized. I by hat time. n.enthas never furnished .'tJie}

at Bradford County Hospital -started in 1948. with the adoption by County ;, In addition to strawberry discussion county -with a'r ght'-of-: ".:map.
have the thrill of trying to unlock Judge T.A.. Yawn of sliding just two years ago'
a
BHS boys and girls cagers for a serious eye injury and released -I The board will announce its the group favored special- ;'nd he moved that "we!'request

a Treasure Chest containing dose out the home basketball season the same night. selections in about a month. scale of appearance bonds ranging 209 the Church and has a membership School enroll-of, izing in a few crops so that good I them to provide: us with'- sucrr ,a
Sunday
a '
$300'in valuable gifts, accord- Friday night when they meet i from $20 to $500. Previously a volume could be assured. Among : map and thai we go into this
of 230.; "
ing to announcement by store teams from Green Cove Springs. tend cf $50 had been required of' ment those suggested. to consider for with: the idea of doing whateverwe

This will be the final game for all persons arrested for driving in Last September the church oc-. can to help these people.". *
Clyde LaMee. good use of the land and usuallysell
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manager of the lawful limit cupied the first two units of an
the girls, but the varsity boys will excess speed fairly well if anything sells Commissioner .Joe' Hammond

All persons shopping at Set- enter the Group 111 tourney to Und.:'r the new sliding scale over-all plan for an auditorium' were strawberries.. pepper S"teetIf amended the motion. He"ski'd/Re*

f zcrs on Friday and Saturday are be herd at Fernandma Beach start- bor.:'s will be set. as follows: aid. six educational buildings connected !(.Om. eggplant, and sweet potatoes. has already prepared a"lTst Tof

invited to pick up a "Treasure ingnext Thursday night. Up to 5 mph (lover speed limitj,! with covered walkways and If
'". There is a definite pepper pro- reads in"his district.to ljeiinpr6Vfcd ; -
.cheJt-I-Jeyr.$ and take it to Gem with beautifullands'aping.
Bradford is.oneof'1Saefloolsill I $20. WIth'good
-1 j gram already underway a in the next budget year "andI
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Jewelry! If the key is one that Gioup III, and fiue to the large 5 to 10 Members, prospective members that the 'BaldvinMaxville -
From mph over limit' end friends of the church are'cord- acreage indicated.: There move we put
opens the chest the lucky shopper number of schools in this Class: -4k\ ** "
$30. invited to share thIs. anni- might be increased interest in a joad on the list also. .
: will be given one of the valuable A tourney, preliminary games will ially ,
From 10 to 15 mph over limit, which will be highlightedwith sweet potato program for Brad- .
ersary -
gifts listed in Setzer's ad 0.1 stait Tuesday night to eliminate
luncheon the ford Bounty. Wainwright declared. Farm Bureau Meet
V a noon-day at ,
I-age 12 of this issue. the number down to a 8 teambracket. S50.From There good discussion I
15 to 20 mph over limit. : church and a d'dicationserYlce was I I h Postponed .
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throughout the meeting. In .mInmarizing' -
at 2
DeWitt Crawford Bradford will Kibault ot $100. |beginning p.m.
. I play Wainwright and Hug-
5th
Until March
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Jacksonville in Green Cove on From 20 to 25 mph over limit, Rev. Fred Laughon, pastor of
In Group HonoredFor gins invite any growers to feel
the First Baptist Church GamesTiie. I
$150.
Tuesday night at 7 the win- :
p.m. fire to di'uog! any phase of the i The regular meeting of the
ConservationDeWitt r.er to play Palatka on Thursday From 25 to 30 mph over limit. :' \ will preach the anniversarysermon. program. It is the growers, market -i }Farm Bureau and Cattlemen's Association -
All the choirs two of
night in Kernandma. Fletcher) $250. iI i > and the Manager wants to do will not be' held Frid3.ynight
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the
"Av at
C. Crawford. son of Mr. High of Jacksonville Bearh is No. I Over 30 mph over limit, $500. [Whom received music ratings festival for what the .maioritv wants done ,! Feb. 27. In order that the

slId Mrs. Lonnie Crawford Sr. of :1 seeded team. Bishop Kenny isNo. I recent state t"'at11" benefit the most peop'e.! Farm Bureau might sponsor a
will
Starke. was among the nine Flori-i 2. Palatka No. 3, and Dul'ont 'I Baptist choirs, participate on
the jointmeeting
tobacco
Auto Collisions In addition there r-liecial program
dians receiving awards for outstanding NTo. 4. The winner of this tourneyvill the program. I
Brooker
held at
led Another Still will be
will be congregational singing
contribution to the enter the State Tournamentin I
K. C. Mo. And OwnerBHS by Jack Rahn, song leader. 1 Thursday night. March 5.
state's ccnservation program in Gainesville, March 12-14. Cause Large Taken Near HamptonIt Plans are in the making for a
The varsity boys and girls won Mrs. .\. J. Thomas Jr. is music I

1958.The their Tuesday night games with I chairman. :Mrs.: I.. A. Canova is was ;ust another case of "too upper to be served. courtesy of
Steers Loss
Farmers
avaids were made at the Future Ready ; Property I a commercial fertilizer company.
Santa Fe. the boys posting a U- J! adult choir director. and Joan Furlong many cooks spoiling! the brew" in
annual Florida Sportsmen's Con- The supper will be held at 7 p. m.
5? victory and the girls a 38-25 is organist. Rev. J. H. Ma- Bradford County last week.Depties I
servation banquet held recentlyin win. The B Squad lost their game 1 I Two automobile accidents at intersections bry Jr.. pastor. will be in charge; ; James'Hamilton in the school lunchroom at
Show-Sale Next WeekThe Starke the !: Dolph Reddish Brooker. and the meeting will tol.i -
For Fat Stock : in during i it
the
Tallahassee.! The awards program O-26. Last Friday night atBofies. j of program.Nettles I
past week caused property damage and Russell Redding.I Slow in the school auditorium.
the Cadets edged the Tornadoes t i
is to II
give
designed recog- for a 61-57 victory.Armond ; 1: estimated at $3, OO.) with Fede'al beverage agent R.E .t I This meeting will deal prii.nanly -

nition to persons who make Rivers has been the;: Fourth annual FFA Fat "K-C. Mo.:' and his proud own- Harry Armstrong Anthony, local Foresees Smith and State aeent Claude :I with the flue-cured tobacco -

outstanding: contributions to the *?ig man for the Tornadoes aver- ':5'eer Show and Sale cf the tr. Billy Dampier. are pictured turveyor, forfeited oond of $i>Z Veal smashed up a 1.100 gal. cap-.: program and all tobacco

general resources and welfare of .--ging 20 points per game tot the
the state. Mr. Crawford, who resides last five contests. Against Holies. 1.Wednesday.. March 4. Spon- Fat Steer Show and Sale to be Court Monday on a charge ot miles north-north east of Hamp-I Foster Shi Smith, president of

ct Crystal River was recognized Rivers dropped in 7 field goals and --ored by Lovett Jackson and supported held in Gainesville March 4. The failure to have vehicle under con- For Area Crops ton. The still contained 1,050 gal- the Farm Bureau, win be in

as a leading figure in 6 free shots for 20 points while I] by the businessmen and handsome 15-month-old Hereford trol. kns of unworked mash. I charge. The Cattlemen's Assn.

salt-water conservation. He is a Dixon and Strickland helped out ::agricultural organizations. the has just been "washed and curl- Police report that Anthony. No arrests were made and no I president. Pat Miller urged aB.

1942 graduate of Bradford High with 10 each. : : Market looks better ;
School. and received a degree in The Tornadoes stayed behind :Li"t'stocktarket in Gainesville. Icoks almost as proud of himself I 1: the alteinoon of Fet 16, tailed State Farmers "
on the last .
agriculture from the Universityof the Cadets until 3 mm. beloie the Showing and judging of steers] as Billy is. to take proper precautions at the than at anytime t.. "" J

Florida. At present he teaches game ended when they forged V ill take place during the morning The voting: FFA member esti- iMci&eclion with Cherry Streeta.nd three years according to Ralph Everything N !, \ ".
Nettles market manager. j .
vocational agriculture in the Crystal ahead only to lose out on a couple ; of March 4. and the steer sale mated that the steer now weighs drove into the path ot a car : ewo. I i

Rive High School. of bad passes. Hart of Bolles will be held in the afternoon" I close to 1.000 pounds. It was PUlI driven south on Cherry oy Don Nettles said last week he has ;

scored 20 points. while teammates Seventy-seven steers have been !I I 1 Page Jr. Page could not stop his lined up three buyers to operateon .

Collette and Todd added 13 and chased last summer from V. R. time to avoid a collision. the market this year and -
ATTENDFIRST oitred by 12 area FFA Chapters.The car in :
11 points respectively. j Ferguson for $150 and Billy nam- and the impact sent they will be able to handle the: 4' ,
two local Chapters will enter iiilice state [ '. ij: : 14
ANNUAL Santa Fe jumped into a first f-.ree fine Hereford steers belonging <:d him K.C. Mo. because he acquired -' Anthony's car swerving acio.v;, entire quantity of commodities : &i ;; '.:.

quarter 14-12 advantageSbut as to Billy Dampier. Jeronr* :. the steer on the same day the lawn at the home of MissHannah "No vegetable planting has been I 'it".f.(: ', ; t' ,

the second quarter started the Gnffis. and Leaton Mathews. Swindell and into the!: started in the area yet. but an- ; "
invitation to play .
received
I an
ne i".1 .
SCIENCE will ,
Tornadoes went ahead to stay as A swine: show will be held in I rent porch. other week of good weather .. l.
National FFA .....
with the
Dickie Dixon hit on o field goals drums sEe planting of cucumbers. beans. -
with the steer show. "
conjunction to the Page car waitas
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Damage ; W'.4f
I and 3 free throws to give the. and this event will be judged by Band at the Kansas City, Mo. estimated at from $300 to, squash and peas well under way.: ,.-K'.J, .../ .
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FAIR locals a 34.28 halftime lead. Conventicn last October. i said Nettles. "The wet ground has f "
Hen Durrance of the Florida Agriculture while the Armstrong cai
I Dixon poured through 17 points Extension Sen-ice. Fat The son of Mr. and Mrs. R. MOO suffered to the extent of around' held up plowing and fertilizing. ,: T
n the first half. and 4 in the second -' I tut things have really been moving 'i': .".. .. :
Rivers was barrows cwned by Allen andhar1ec Dampier.. Billy has been feed- .';OO. The Swindell porchVa; week .. ...... ... .
21. the
Sponsored By for a total of Crews and Leaton Mathews I along in past -. .
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its undeipmnmsand
at the family knocked ajar on .
mg-out his entry ;
J runner-up with 20.while. Tatum will be amonthe 30 entriesin I estimated Nettles said he expected pepper -:

IHCADFOKD COUNTY II scored 12 and Futch 10. Peterson. the swine division. I[ farm I the former Dan Mooreplace will icquire $115.a repair Armstrong'I job planting to begin in about two
at about
with 17. was leading scorer tor ] 1 seven miles southeast of weeks if everything goes well. Hel
: it wa;i
I On Monday. March 2. some of insurance covered damage,
SCHOOLS Santa Fe. while Gene Roberts add Starke en SR 100. i! reported seed beds to be in excei-
the show steers will be displayed i I
lepoited.Another
16. and Buddy Roberts 12.CoachAndrews' senior at lEnt condition.
17 a
in1 Now Billy is "'"
It'd a on the courthouse square collision at the Pratt .
USO Building !: girls enjoyed downtown Gainesville and on BHS and has been an FFA mem-, There will be almost no plant-
food night in posting their 3S-25: and Temple: intersection last: in the area
He is also a 'ir. of Irish potatoes
:tturda '. Feb. 28. steers owned. her for two years.
resulted m
March 5, 6 : victory. Helen Kelly and Charlene: :Thursday afternoon to the mana-
the .. cf the Starke National this year according
be shown member
by Iccal boys will on sedan '
honors 1955 Dodge
Dennis tied for scoring total lca> to a ,
I in Starke, from Guard and, upon graduation from( ger. He said only 10 acres are
6:30 I'M Janet Johnson courthouse square Judy DankeL who
AM .
9 with 16 points each. 'driven by Miss:
I '0 a. m. till 12 noon. II CHS. will see six months of active being planted. f'j1
of Santa Fe scored 11. i |collided with a southbound semi- formerly !
were
meat-packinz service. His future plans include Nettles said potatoes .. : .
Gertner's : company !is. ..
As of now the boys have a 13- I' tiailcr of the Alderman Transport. "but three ., .. .
has offered to slaughter any t application to enter an the biggest crop !ie.: 't"I *
e 7 record, and the girls an 8-b. i '
have just
jCo. disaster
of price
|steer purchased in exchange for( Army electronics school. years
i Miss Dunkel was entering Tem- cff." He said

This Space Contributed Bradford BoostersTo the This hide should; and be of internal interest organs.to persons -L "Competition is pretty rough,"j I pie Avenue frcm West Pratt St.scared total crop thplanters acreage would be lower New deputy new sheriff's department justing a portable flasher usedor

I Billy says in speaking of forthcoming cruiser and a new type the new Ford Police Special.
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5thA also.
Weekly to Publicize Meet March : wishing to purchase a steer t I and hit the truck. Both drivers this year 1
in the
flasher carried
be
I sho"It gets rougher i- flasher ar? recent additions to the The can

Community Events by movie of the 1953 Strawberry fcr freezing purposes. But judging by the.j i!had witnesses who said they had Convention_ Bradford County Sheriff's depart car or placed on top of the car

Bowl game will highlight ths The local FFA boys have from! tvery year. ..tr e light "with them." No charges Singing I I ment. .. where it is held magnetically.Power .

THE COMMUNITY Bradford Boosters' meeting to be. S250() to $300 invested in thesecalves *vay his animal looks and the were placed against the truck;t The Bradford-Union Singing'i James E. Jimmiel Hamilton- : is from cigarette lighter .

STATE BANKOF held in the high school cafeteria and are expecting Bradford I work he put into grooming K. criver.: and Miss Dankel was!'Convention will meet Sunday,i!126. son of Mr. and Mrs. Zedra'i 'II plug on the dash.

Thursday. March 5. at 7 p. m. j County folks to bid for them. I C. Mo. for his photograph. BillyLi11 found not guilty of a charge of ; March 1. at, Heilbronn Baptist i: Hamilton of Brooker, is the new Chief Deputy Dolph r Reddish

STARKE A covered dish supper will precede -, Among those from here plan- be in there pitching when failure to have vehicle under con- Church to take part in the Hom-- {deputy who joined the department :said they first saw this piece of
K. S. I
the film and a short busines;: ring to attend the show are the show gets under .way next' UoL The truck: was not seriouslydamaged. I coming services. All those inter-|the first of the year. equipment on a Florida Sherrilf'IBureau

(pll"mhl"r.n.Ic..) meeting will be: conducted aft?'' Smith. L. J. Green. Zedra Hamil- I 1 ested are invited to attend. Deputy Hamilton is shown ad- car. .__.

the showing. I itcn, Bill Haas, and G. T. Huggins. Wednesday.



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FLORIDA THTRSDAr. FEB. 26. 1959
TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE _ _ _ _ _
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__ __ ___ __ 1959, and of Bradford County. Cecil R. Moore
-:-:; '" ,.r" '-,- 1I"' ,,,, .:-_.--- - ---- -_ _-_- L--- to serve a copy thereor the County Judge
-1 ,,'.- ,..,_$.. 4 : <""" '". ..: 9 ","",: ... on Throo A. Yawn Jr. pUintifT Florid at his office ia the courthouse Executor of the Estate of
; -'h..iII'I/J-: : :' II i attorney, whose address i I.: P. 0 of aid County at Starke Florence J. Moore. deceased
i. t ; ; / -l/[:. ,:.. .i:::; : ,: I Farmers Diary Drawer .'1. Starke. Florida on or Florida within eight calendar 2-5 4t t.%'"
: : ,, before said date as! required by the months from the time of the first
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.. S .-. ,,; ., -, :J.fy .....; ,' "",,, ,;..._.. .1 v. _-. + la* *bf FIofMa arid"the 1954 Rales" publication of this notice. Eachclaim IN Tnt CIRCtlT COIn?; BRD-

,.,: ;,. ;" .f $oJ! : ) ,, By'Sam" McGarvt y of Civil iToceanre. If you fail too or demand shall be In writingand FORt cot\TY. t'LORIO.IS
.; I' .. '"". .""IJ"ZIi ,,",' -.\. BO a decree pro 'tonft'S'o will he shall state the place of residence I-HI\CIHY:
q i 1It, :i ...." 'S "" : : entered against! you for relief demanded -, and post office address of
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L I' 'f' ...' ', ''< 'r' least that is the prediction made in the complaint the claimant and shall be sworn to Case No. 12-761
,1'/--.-:/ J. ", ':.;' ::.... :" .,', by the experts.1 We heard of one It. Is hereby ordered that this by the claimant: agent attorney., Harry Davis. also! known as Henry -
.JJ"Iii: {!< ;StJ: order and notice shall be publishedonce and any such demand not so filed Davis, Plaintiff.vs.
broiler who claimed to
producer each week
I ..;;- '. for four consecutive ; shall be void. !
:, .. get by even with: low' prices' because wreks in the Bradford County Eva Clark, i Ada Morrison Davis also known
Telegraph a newspaper publishedin a* Helen Put'ha nan Davis Defendant
: ..... I he was able to sell manure. Bradford County Florida and AS! executrix of the Last Will and i '
I having a general circulation in Testament of Mary Eldora Clark
Our question now Mr. Bones is dece.ed.First OTICK TO HF.FKM1

-. what does he do now? i said connty.Wltji -M'my. hand.a* Hereof'said publication Feb. 5. US,. IN THE NAME OF TilE STATEOF
% $ 4t %.%, FLORIDA:
,
5 Circuit said
: Court and the seal of !! To: Ada Morrison Davis also
At last it has dried off around Court at Starke. Brad*>rd County known as Helen Buchanan Davis,
Florida this February 17th 1959.tCIRCl'ir Jadl-
IB the Circuit C Brt. SeTBth whose residence is unknown:
our place and we are able to get COt'RT SEAL) rlal roart. la And For Bradford You are hereby notified that a

:: cur car in and out again. We CHARLES A. PARRY ."oaat,. Florida. suit tn tqnity. in which the relief
Just when it looked like spring I' Clerk of the Circuit Court. dm ,.,'. has been filed
haven't been the only ones with Bradford County. Florida Chancery No. 12-703: sought' is >r

was here. someone left the refrigerator -, that trouble. for we understandthat Theron A. Yawn. Jr., Attorney for In The Matter Of The Adoption I against )ou bv Harry Davis, also
Whose 'known a!< Henry D.tvis. in the
Minor Child !!
I plaintiff. Post Office Drawer 791.Starke. Ot A Female
: door open and we got an- folks around Hampton have Florida .19 4t 5-12 Name is Cynthia Ann _SherouseBy I[ above named tVurt and rause, and
other taste 'of cold weather ,last i Silcos. I yon are tnmmoned. ordered and required
had that trouble too. I I James Lacy retiuon..r.\\
IL Th* CotiBf :.111 '. Court OfBradford to file y..nr written answer
v-eekend. It was cool but nQ frostso f S *-* ) ;" Vs. State Welfare IJoard I j in
defenes to the Complaint
Florida. or
1" Coanlr residence i Is unknown. -
I J. Sherouse.' whose .
far as we know. At least itdidn't Now it's official Tests have IB Probate. said cause in the .fft. <. of the nn-
: .. I Respondent!
?
; Clerk of said Court at
get our angel trumpet vine IX RE: Estate'bf"Evelyn E. Whelan, Sheronse. residencennknovn. dersiim
.-. ; been made that prove that hogs also known ,as Evelyn N. Whelan. TO: Don J. Starke. Florida on or before the

and that is our indicator. i hat have a constant show i bath and as Evelyn Norstadt Whelan. .take notice that on the ; 9th day cf March A. P. 195f. and
S. Deceased.AOTICR Please t.> serve' a copy there on Hollis Y.I .
," in a pig parlor do better than TO Kth day of February A. P. 1939 a I Knight plaintiffs attorney whose
: ... ., '!: ; ,. '; -:, : Visited Harold Norman this CREDITORS : Petition for the adoption of a Female .
.......". : : : those without the luxury. What AH persons having claims or demands atdre i" I'M: W "Call Street.Starke
: '" -' '' ... while he out I Child whose name i i' CynthiaAnn I Florida before said
: 1- j .' t week was putting next we What can there be apainst the estate of Jo"f'l'fthf'ian. I onlr
say. '
q'p. .. .. ': .. :.' :::;,.: v r..,...... ,. :. 'd .','\ :: fertilizer for pepper. He is going I'for better than shower E.: also known at EvelynN. Sh ron 'e and was filed are by hereby Jamf'1'ILa'y date as required by the Law. of
,t{.,,!<., -' '' !.;.'-.-.+t ,1v.iIt" -.. .$" '" -"" ,"Jf'/'t. -". ; hrgs any Wheian. and as Evelyn NorstadtWhIan Silcox. you Florida and Rule' of Court if you
ur.s ; .". ". ? : ,. .....,:.,\ ., ;'. ,, .'. ,,; .- """ ,' $...: ,... "., in big for pepper this year: expects baths? : deteavd, are hereby notified rr-manrtfd to appear in said Court fil to do si,. a decree pro confesso
... '_ .. .. .Jt. ![ .
; ,
\.1 ..: 'f-J. '" I Itaot March A. T>
for the
"' ; Slh
and required to file their claims the will be entered against you
nn
.t 't : ', 4,;;; ;. r .. .. _, :': .. to set out abcut 10 acres "
,, : ::i' :;' ;': :,4;; ; ,: ;..;;: .;: '" 5. in the office! of the County Jutfee 13 9 and show cause if any why I relief demanded in the Complaint

and that's big planting for around I I Of course the above-mentioned of Bradford County Florida in the sal.1 Petition should not t .r Court House at Starke, Florida week for four consecutive
here. a
The end of the pavement on SR 228, the primary road ., : I,I[report was written by a man and within eight calendar months from Witn"'s!! mv hand and 'seal of said week in the Bradford County Telegraph -

tharsno'uld'link1 Macclenny and;' Maxville but now stops ; .,", J S not a hog. From what we've seen I the date of the first publication tif CMirt. at Starke. Bradford County commencing not less than
/ 'i His berries are pretty. Incident- this notice, or the same will become Florida this 6th day of February 39 days before aid return dayWitmss .
of !
the porkers they might prefer
void according to law. This February -I hand and the seal of
abruptly in "the middle of nowhere." The completion ofih&short ally, if you want to see whether R big muddy wallowing place. And 'I ISth. 195! :?. A (!SEAL P. 1959.): said Court fry at Starke. Florida. this
First Publication -- ---
: soil fumigation pays you might February 19. 1SS9 Clerk of the 3rd day (.r February A, i'. 1:0..s.
for all A.
"missing link" would turn it into a useful highway. ,. 41j we know. there might be Dorothy, Agnes .Swanbom. Charles Parby CHARLES A. DARBY

'"" -ji : I I4PAVEMEN11 inspect his berry planting. The something beneficial in mud Administratrix of the Estate ofEvelyn 'Circuit Court Clerk of said Cinuit t'ourtClRi1T
Photos coartesy Baker County Press.) E. deceased.Hollix By S' Marian L. Crosby. P. C,
Whelan
( by first 10 rows of 63,000 Florida 90'sv.ere baths. After all. some ladies have V. Knight. Starke Florida: C'hal. J Kapfrr. ,Mtornev for Petitioner. ( COURT SEAL)

set out on land that was not mud packs cn their faces to keep Attorney for Administratrix. 409't! Lemon !Street. Palatka. By Marian Clerk 1... CrovbyIN

: tieated and the balance of the that schoolgirl complexion. :.n 4t 3-12 Florida. %-1% 4t :3-5;; 'put v 2-5 4t:6:

: : crop on treated land. There is a: S. Sncnov i r\1.1, FOR Bins In The rirrult Court Of The F.lznl: -

editorialF: 'big diffeience between the plantson MIICIPALNA'rrntI: ; cs uisTKIBVTIO Jndir'al (,.....!f .f FlorMw IB. Sad O1I'E OF lta"I.\TIO
and the This week we got our electric > SI STEM For Bradford Countyj In (....- I TO WHOM; IT MAY CONCERN-
"
th2 treated land
N5ooJt c bill, for the month from Jan. 13 CUT of !Stark, Florida rep,. N.,tie is hereby given of intentiont
others. SEALED PROPOSALS: be received 11-710 .> apply to the IJ39 Session of th '
to Case :No
Feb. 13 and it totaled $13.92for
.
-l by the City Council City of Florida I..egisl4ItrP for passage ofan
The P ;/ ', ,, "I $5. all our electric service, includ- Marke, Florida until %:00 P.M. Bonnie Craven. Plaintiff. vs I.eanCraven il act to alloiate a sum of moneY

\ ,t Harold said, fcy the way. that ing heating with our watertypeheat Eastern Standard Time, on 12 Defendant.OTI'E .OF SlIT> by the County Commissioners for
;:' .1" rfi March 1959. and opened by the City > the puriHise ..f ad\trtising and
ihd1'G ,\..':: .;< his father. Leon, has the prettiest pump. You can imagine' how Council at that time in the Council! IN THE NAME OF THE T.TFOF- Id om"l lug irradford I'''lInt'I.rl.ta
: patch of berries he has ever seen. pleased we are with that. I room at' the City Hall for the installation FLORIDA- \ :1'2-i: : 41 i,;it!
:. 'u" : Tj ; of natural gas distribution TO: Dean ("raven, whose residenceis
Lton and several pther berry ." .' .
.
S ,
'
'. .... I system in J tarkt'. Florida. unknown:
.. growers hive switched to plantingnear All material and equipment furnished You are hereby notified that a
.., Ever
see a camphor tree with'
"The'Tfinest pr : .
< and all work pt"rformt'd'shall In whirh the reliefsought
$ Miami, and from all reports suit in equity.
0I where' .... ::"- ... ,;. a trunk 22 feet in circumference? be in strict accordance with the Is divorce has been filed against -
ih.' : ;"!:b .-.1", -: they are doing well.Congratulations There's one on the R. C. Dampier: plans specifications and contract you by pv>nnle Craven in
the blur th. : 5$1 documents pertaining thereto, which ( and
That Jis" .. the above named "ourt f'au't'
;A ...I; place out on SR-100 south of may be examined at the office of summoned ordered and
Ro1'0228 which should :. .'..) to J. R. INook- Starke. the City"Clerk, and at the office of and yocl are file written answer Gulf Life
required to your
:
'"but* now ends in a "..._ "..' ..> '; ,., ,..; w____ .:1[, ie] Wainwright on his appointment S. Reynold and Smith EngfDeersj'and Hill 227 Arihitccts I'ark- or defense to the complaint in ADAP'rAPLAN

as manager of the' State Street 'P. O. Box 4817) Jacksonville. said cause in the office of the nn-
County line: Good luck to our ETA boys in rslgr.ed Clerk of said Court atStarke.
Florida. Plans and sppcifi-
:
Th' prtiOn in B I Farmers:: Market. Nookie certainly their Steer Show and Sale in
1 knows the farming operation in ,Gainesville next week. Here'shoping nolds! Smith and Hills. Architectsand ISth day of March. A.D. 1939.: andt
MaccFenny; was Ouf! I this area from all angles and we Engineers for the sum of 1 serve a copy thereof on H llisV Fits your
they havea winner! $IS 00 per set; which, up to two sets KT\ ltht. plaintiffs attorney.whose .
ministration of Acting I wish him good luck in his new I only" being refundable, to prime address is P. O. HOT 114%. changingneeds

three and'a half miles 1 flob. contractors who submit bona fide Starke. Florida on or before said
CAM FOR BIDS bids upon their return in good condition date. 81 required by the Laws of
link'; on to Maxville S S The Hoard' of County Commissioners within fifteen (15) days after Florida and Rules of Conrt. If- yon

I More bad news for broiler tl Bradford County Florida 1 date cf opening bids. Individual fall so to do. a decree pro 'onrl'O
administrations. in The I that will receive staled bids at 10.00 copies of the specifications and partial will b.. entered against you for the
in the forecast prices
contr ct. Thus, a short growers ovlock on the morning! x>f March 2. Sf"ts'of drawings may be procured relief demanded in the complaint.This .
1 ,will be even lower this. year. At 1959. in the Courtroom. in the for $5.00 per copy and $Iti\\) notice shall be published
is b in'#allowed to n P sf Courthouse for the following: per sheet, respectively not refund once a week for four consecutive!

from the.much I 1 International Truck Model 1, able.' Alibid" shan be forms submitted week in Bradford County Tele- With Gulf Life's
the standard proposal pro-
yyyvyvvvVyvvvVYVYYYYYY., %60. 6 Cyl.' "52 Year Make. on
r'-"h. commencing February II.
voided with) the specification. ExtracopicS
line: which sents a WE OFFER FOR TRADE:
repr exclusive Adapt-A-Plan
I 1MS International of the proposal forms may be 19I.;
ey, and! is'now serving [Edited 'By Alice McGarrey] GRIFFIS LOOP Model'KBR 8, 6 CyL Truck. obtaiif d' from the Architects and Witness my hand and the seal or
The trade will be the down pay- Engineers' without charge.A said Court at Starke. Florida, this you can guarantee an
Realizing'the ment.. the balance Bia Bond properly executed by February 10. 1939.CIRCUIT .
to be
This is the time of the year paid in onepaYlnent.
the bidder and by qualified Surety income for family
and .-at no interest on the 10th a ( COURT !SEAL) your
weff'as'Clay county commissioners and By Verble AndersonAAAAAAALAALAAAAAAAALAAAA day of Xorember 1959. or a certified or cashier's check Charles A. Darby.
Maccle'riny'land! Starke' interested in the welfare I The Board reserves the right to rn' any National or State Bank in ,:I Clerk of said Circuit Court. and provide for your

ing the'State Road their cuunty make a big el tort reject(OFFICIAL any and SEAL all) bids. a((5Ct-sum) or not the less'largest'than amount five perecnt, made :2-12! 4t :-i retirement well.

outof" hole convince: the State Road Dept. Members of Boatdrain Baptist CHARLES A. ..DAP.t'T.Ckrk. payable to the Cltyof StaTke Florid a
the
cubby
*,:'"HI! *a('<<:'Ompany cach'bid'as a lCOINTY 41'DfJFTS! COuRT I> Ask about
ator J harley p. Johns the road needs ofthe county. Church attended the mass meet- %.tt 2t %-6 guat tlt #1hat the bidder-'will notwithdraWfrom'the .\\l) FDR BRUIFOIU) ('Ol'%T'-. it

was the same 25; years ago ex- ing at Heilbronn Baptist Church ... .-_'_._- '.' 1'h competition after "FLORID
Adams : and In the
of JClayrBakert thf bids.
opnmgr In of
re: Estate'
: 4
; 1934 tfaejState Farm last Thursday night. The banner la n fClrMar t"o r-t"Ol''I1t ieKtl" event the- contract .Is' awarded to FLORENCE Jc :MOORE p
oftfe '
"
their Udhfhdtne' Ts : 16 nowl" was the one "'ere won by Evergreen and NRiver \\' Jndlrtil rircnlt Of' Florida la And the bi'ld.r, h will within ten (10) deceased

all of this united( effort and county officials For.Bradford' (4all.,. days-thereafter enter- into contractand >OTh }: TO CRF.IHTOR
men churches. !. Chant-erf. fail-
bond
furnish the required
All creditor of the estate olFloremv GulfLife
. effect. plugging to get hard sur- Sylvia Morris spent Friday i KEx.virrirc. Case :No. 1!-iU Ing'wUMt shall forfeit deposit aliquidated J Moore, deceased are
GRIDEK.
) Bid Boniland'
The
damages.!
SR 228 is important night with Patsy O'Brian. riair-tiff, ) ., Performance Bond are requiredto I I hereby file notified claims and demands r@oqnlr..d.which() ,
SSU v*. ) SUIT: 'TO be secured from an agency of any or I'
vides!' a connecting link Edward Green and Buddy Di- JESSEN.JONSetal.;; : ) QUIET .. insurance! company they may have against said estate
the t, or
8U i
: M. Alvarez "
Mrs. J. "
was ap Jn the office of the county Judge of
U. S. 301 at Maxville. pert visited Edward's parents, Mr. ;DetMHfa'ntsrtrLE'. which agency shall: have an estab- 'I
Ordr Bradford Count). Florida in' the
county health nurse with Of Publication. 'Aad'Xotlr.. ,To lh Mrs. Willie Green this'week.Mr. courth 'us* at Starke. Florida with-
and rfmif-;-<: -
into 301 from SR 23 at Florida! and be duly
Beverly Cady as'assistant.. .
IN THE NAMPO5': ht eight calendar months from the
THE STATE OF there-
; from CWA funds. and Mrs. Harold Griffis FtfmiDA.' 1iceti4'd to conduct' business date. of the first publication of INSURANCE
\
For the people of B were paid TO. .e : :' \
In . _
this notice. Each claim demand
Railroad of
Alvarez had been working and children of Palatka visited Florida Company; a" corporation : Each: bid shall- .he addressed TW"the 'O COMPANY
route to the Cecil Field Mr. ; Th> Atlantic Gulf and Clerk Starke, .Florid must be in writing and must state I
Griffis' City
parents Mr. and Mrs.
of them .are employed the schools for the past several West'lndia Transit Company, and "marked "Bid for Municipal Natural I the pla-e of residence and postiofficc -

to help combat hookworm. Arnold Griffis, this week. their successors in interest;' Mary Gas"" Distribution System." and delivered -) address of the claimant and W. H. HAND SuperintendentBox
Kingsley:} take where MTtchtll: Charted I must be to the claimant, ,
:; : F. Mitchell: ; Edwin to theOffice of the City sworn by
; : was found that 80 per cent of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian "B. Staples; Isaac J. Hatch; If'tkCity; Hall. Starke, Florida his agent, or his attorney or it 308 Phone \VO 9-8

mer'recreation. i school: children in the county and children and Verble Anderson .-J Charles A. Rogers' ; Lydia' Ellis; either bv a representative of the will become" void according to law. I Starke, Fla.N0TICE .
visited Rev. and'Mrs. Orville Jam.sr. Soutf'r; and. John McRae. Udder who ''shall obtain a receipt I February 4. 1959.s ,.
Where project infected with hookworm in ,
I Inditldi..atTran,1 as Trustees.I' of therefor or by registered mall with .< .> .CFiIt. MOORS' -
Maxville is'stairmated, i! !Brookins and daughter, Friday. Florida Kaflroad ,Company, and their return receipt requested.The "
S. night. successors in trust: Jesse N.' Jones; City reserves jhe right to
sponsibility: 1 l e J&hn'C. Richard; ChariesTE. Harrison waive informalities in any hid; torejt'.t
been Tw6 birthday parties were an- Mrs. Mary Brown is visiting her. : and his wife, Anna E. Harrison any or all bids in whole or
has
bling'block
in issue of : also' known as Annie E. Hari'son In' part, "with" or without cause
a February son and daughter- D'law Mr. andMrs.
"missing Jink lies in ; Jainei' Miller, and hiswife, andor! to accept the bids that Jn
Telegraph for residents of A. W. Brown. Mary\ F. 11I If'r: J. U Ga! there is little interest 'Ringsecti: n.Miss: Nita Kel- TJiomai W. Sweat, and his- wife. I tr.teres-i of the City of :Starve- Flor- '
Rev. and Mrs. . .
sioners are therefore i'.d ly had a party given in her honor| Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffis and M. Sparkman: J. Hampton Jones, Ma.CITY ('ot' cn. DON Mi: SCHENCK., Former OwnerSCHENCK'S

for riqh of way. It H. H. Lewis was given a Gene Griffis visited Mr. and Mrs and hi. wife Jennie ('. Jones; J., (i. City i.f Starke. Florida
.\,,arez; }Mabel Knight; Ella John- Wm. T. -Jackson. Mayor.
Road Depart nt had birthday dinner. Those attendingthe Thomas O'Brian Sunday after son; I>. _- Latidtr\ and hIM wife, .Attest' "jrv: RESTAURANT

th 'eompl fioii' ( this dinner for Mr. Lewis were noon. Ella M. 'Lander; r:. M. In/nan, and Iran Johns.. City Clerk.: .
,.,,
his wife, Vonda" E. Inman 3t -
been forthcpming, his mother, Mrs. E.'J. Lewis; Mr.anil Mrs. Cebe Harris and'Mrs. Edna also known as Herman; HcrmasLrftlair. J>- I ..3'li s South of Waldo, which burned January 22, i is

Mrs. E E. LewiS and children; .Iair ufco sometime ,!>peilrd his 'iiI-'cii rorRV ivAMI
arncrr!
th'e'combined ,Jones. visited Mr. and Mrs. last > u (
With Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner; J. name! L i.rarillt'rt' Lvgart and BRDFOHO COf.NTV.FLORID NOW
Merrell Jones at Florahome, Sun- las! wife; Anna' J. Uogari; F. J. FOH .
sion-the' Maccjenny L. Lewis and children; Mr. and Tattee. and his wife Fannie E. '.
'! ratt. ; Frank F: WinteMing The In 'rp: Estate of OPERATINGORCHARD
f ;
Mrs. '
E. Lewis and daughters J. day.Linda
; : FLORENCE J. MOORE .
Lions Club, Rep. John I Brookins was guest of Ban* of Starke, a domestic corPoration -
W. .. .
Buddington and daughters, and Its successors in Interest deceased.NOTICK'- -
Adams-and Johns, Gwendolyn! and Ernestine; Mr. Patsy O'Brian Sunday. ;, Josephine X". Marcotte; .I. OF PROD 'TV-
L. Thi TO -ALL: PERSONS;: INTERESTED ?
pen, "knownas! John L.
mission, &rR <'City and Mrs. H. M. McRae and fam- Edward Flakes who is ill was Thigl>en, and hix wife. Stella Floral IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECE- ,

Chamber'> of ily, and Misses Arzola, Dorothy, visited Sunday by Rev. -j Orville Thigpt-n;. and all persons claimingany DEXT: rr
I Commerce hereby notified that a '
intere! in' the property hereinafter You are
ties thrown, behind and Ruth Crosby. Thomas OTJrifji and describe. by, through under written Instrument purporting to
es Gene Griffis. We all with Mr. or against them or either of themin be the last will and testament of .

continued reluctance o The Fortnightly Flakes a speedy recovery! or to the followinglands' situate said decedent has been' admitted to _
Music
Study II! Bradford. ,County., .Florida to-wit:. probate"'In this court. You are. her?-
merit to follow Club met at the home of Mrs. P. :Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown, Mrs Commence at the point wnsre by commanded within six- calendar- :

portion of then S. Fernandez with Miss Isabella I Calvin Hall and children; Miss the Easterly rIght ot way line months from the date of the firt
of Westmoreland notice to
<< Street fnterftect publication of this appear _
route in : : }' Fernandez'in charge of the pro- Shirley Brown, Bill Grimn .Mr. the North right of way in this court and show cause,

gram which was on the life of and Mrs. Carl Brown add family, line of .the ""annee. branch' of if any! you can' why thC action of i't1: _S
the Seaboard Airline Railway, this:conrt in admitting said will to
'" McDowell. Artenws Brown and Aline Know- and run,theme, North: one degree probate should not stand unre-
.
'The S. les were guests of Mr.. and Mrs.. 34 minutes West a ,distance of voked. __, _
145 teet along the Easterly rightof. Theron' A. Yawn
Martha Brownlee had writtena Cecil Rowe Sunday.
j .? way, line of. Westmoreland County Judge, Bradford County
Spring, aside*from biography of Col. W. T. Weeks Richard Clark, son of Mrs. Street' for a'point of ""ginning.From. Florida

Folks 'in the city, as which _won honorable mention in Mora Clark is enterirjg! the U. 3. cont'nue. said North point one of degree beginning 34 Ey (s) Betty A. Phillips 2-5 4t Clerk%-% .

a UDC contest. Col. Weeks had Navy and will leave Starch 2. minOlei. West a diStan.ce.! of 103. et _
plant seeds and watch
feet along said Easterly rightof
died the year before at the age Sunday School, 10 .. m.; Morn- way line of' We'stmorelandStrtt It Otfnty' Judge'.' Court IB A.. !

But of 95, Mis Brownlee recorded : Tun thence North 88 degree For Bradford CeaBtr. Florida.
11 # (
ing worship; a. 1.: Training
fected' 26- minutes East a dis- In RE Estate of Mary EldoraClark
of
some the
'
by Spring Col.
highlights of
"
Union, 6:30: ; p. m:; .Evening worship tame of 360.1 feet to the Westerly ?; deceased. RTAUR
thetti rget plaht., Th : Week's life. He was born in ..1838and" 7:30 p. m. and// Prayer meeting right of"way line ofMyrtle :NOTICE OFPROBATE ;E
fought with the Texas Rangers Street;, thence .run South I'de- THE STATE OF FLORIDATO
tion takes place in the Wed. 7:15.'Eve ;
; welcome.
one gree 27 minutes East a distance' : ALL' PERSONS INTERESTED ON U. S. 301
it oft .gives birth against Mexico, but at the beginning Miss Patsy O'Blianwas! guestof of UJC"fpf.t'to an Iron stake on ,4X' THE ESTATE OF SAIDDECEDFtT

()f the War Between the thesaidVe'tcrty. rightwof way : _. p
We'can' sympathize) i ; Stafes he returned Mi s Sylvia Matris.Saturday.. line of Myrtle Street run' thence You are hereby notified that a I
home to en- -
Eoatdrain North 88 degrees 40 minute* written instrument purporting to
but think hers\oald do list as a 2nd Lieutenant with Co. Baptist ,Church West a distance of 3 0.39 feet b* the, last, win and testament of Serving the sanie Good FRIED CHICKEN I
to of beginning: lying and has'been admittedto ,
bed. he F. Fourth Florida point said dependent
pansy If Regiment. Cap- HAMPTON CHRISTIAN 1 being :in .the Sontheatt Quarterof I probate 'In this tonrt. You are .. .
,
some' other place for tured at Cedar Key in Jan. 1862 CD (.cn- the Southeast' Quarter of Sec: ..: he'reby commanded .within six (J) *J' with Appetizer 3 Vegetables] Salad

he spent six months as a prisoner tlan' 9. Township C' SOuth CAltndar monthiJ'rom' the date of ,
'
bed.
sweet pea Sunday Bible School 10 a": Ran r fL 22. Eut. the first"publication or this noticeto
at Fort Taylor. When he are'
exchanged -
was GREETINGS: Ynu hereby
and show
in this Court Drink DessertFOR
We humbly get ; he enlisted with Co.: in.; Morning Wcs-ship, 11 a. m.: notified'that 'a suit in, equity hasbeen cause appear if any you can, why the action I ,

tonal l ,and take the G, Second Florida Calvary andserved Evening service '4;? p. m. and Prayer of your brought and, also againot agafn you! The and each Sea of this Court' In admitting stand said .

"big bad dog-catcher" to the close of the war. meetng everyf Tuesday" 7:30 bo t'd'irlinf.. Railroad Company.. a will revoked.to probate. should"not* -

to run at large' She also told of his political p. m. John W''Iite.pastor i corporation wIle N. L.;Knight D. E,,; Knight O.'C. Cason and.;his C. (COURT" SEAL- ) .

life. He served four years in the : A.' Knlrf: (,latnce"MeIton.and hi* Theron A. Yawn.
And just {in! case ) Florida Senate I wife. Pell Melton R. H. Orider. Connty Judge Bradford County

planted' camellia' bush and two years in named in his ilionor. and, iii* wife. Nanoy E. ( rider: Florida. $$150it'
First publication on Feb. ;5.; 1S5J2i -
the House of Representatives, r. Cozw' EWridjre': and the City of .. '
:? 4t %-%& :
dogs, wean also tell and-was: a delegate to the Constitutional / Starte. a municipal corporation asefeTidWtfc. -
High Schoolnews of February br Kt-nneth" C. Gnder .. -
Convention of 1835T He 1934 included //the' account' of aI I 'as plaintiff in the above entitled In The Coart- Of.Tfce .C.aatr Jade, .
--. i .. was Bradford County tax assessor, Court and (-aut'*; that the relief .Bradford. Cotaaty, Florida, I. Pro> f : r'
P4 play put on ,\jy students and 1I1)1UI:1It':: in paid suit Is to remove ate-- '
.' 1877-78, and' served' clerk of faculty entitled"Blackeyed clouds from and tp quiet and 'con- In "re: Estate of Mary Elder.C1ark.Decse& \ .
"t ; 'firM th-'plimtlfr tltle'to the abovedescribed
-
: "Spcializing
.
the circuit for 32. Susan Brow-A
: court years. Thtnthecast
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many of "her graduates," many
BHS TeacherUndaunted
01 whom:: come back to see her-

doctors, lawyers, soldiers, sailors,
farmers-even teachers.

P She smiled as she reflected on

Yte fcur of her former pupils, all

ministers, and all of whom have

By Handicaps cited Tier philosophical and inspirational s

readings as the germ

x that grew into their commitmentt

I BY DON RICHIE] the ministery."In .

my years of teaching, I
"Just keep on a-keepin' on," thisis 1 )fb t have been asked many times by rtrw Ys

a passage from cne of the inspirational adults 'How do you manage to s ft
.As
: selections that Mrs. have riO MANY boys and girls

Rubie Mae Perkins used to read think so much of you?' My answer -

to her homeroom groups at Brad- .s always the same," shesmiled. f

ford County High. I. -J s 1A fJ

She doesn't read very much to j '" r "Through: the years I have been t 4 ''\ x lir

her classes anymore because, bt hcnest truthful fair and kind- La J ,
as she wistfully says "Students ; fii-m., .nd have DEMANDED RESPECT '

don't seem to appreciate the .,::; .:. The rest took care of itself ,
s'mple things as much as they g i .
Students really have no respect -
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used is -- --
to" Yet this on" -
"keeping < : nor regard for adults who
still very much a part of her own JI } let them do any old way." Pupils of Mrs. W. B. Sewell's Students Tour Setzer Super Market After ,viewing the varied opera?

philosophy.You She remembers the tall "stran- 5th grade class of Starke Ele- tons of the store and seeing

see Mrs. Perkins has ger" who came into her classroom i I ,shat makes a super market"tick"
mentary School are pictured :, :Market in Starke. At left is Mrs. croup of students. At right students -I i II .
multiple sclerosis. She has to one day and thanked her for an"F" i the students were served
I i above as they recently made :a Sewell with Setzer's local mana-j I are pictured in the store's i
teach from a wheelchair, and because LPrNGrpf that she had given him long I j I refreshments of cookies and coW
the use of her right handis : t ago. Sne had forgotten it-but he I complete tour of Setzer's Super: \ ter. Cede] : LaMee and a happy _meat department. j jI I I minks by the management.

gone, she writes as best she hadn't. He admitted he deserved .... .. .... .. .. :. Mrs.
v v r t n v v Lome of Toby's mother I Highland Church on Monday. tate. with the
can with her left and uses a one- it. and counted it as his turning i. dog and cat tag-
Ernie Padgett.Bud ,Match 16. Volunteers are neededto
handed tjpe-writer technique for point. It woke him up and he hasnever sing alcng behind, and came back
CLAY HILL Wilkinson is expecting ten help clean the grounds an-1
longer writing. .t failed at anything since. to report that a part of the barn
II thousand baby crocks next Friday, all outside of the church. There shed had fallen in. Guess thatproves
..t "Pay in the monetary is
sense
Multiple sclerosis won't: be oj AUa. ". L 'JlcaUlllldI and all we can say that hell have will be another: working on March that Jim's
hearing is bet-
the last of the why
found in most family medical reasons I I I
his hands full to take care of this :3. 'I'
books. Fact is, doctors know all teachers dedicate themselves she I I I I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOur ter than I thought it was. Now if
i many. March 29 is Homecoming Day i his eyesight would just
improve
said. "The real for keeping
reason -
too little about it. it is
Briefly I players this week are with We have more cannas and at Highland. C. Wilkinson will so he could help me shoot
on' the dividens receive some
are you
a mysterious: deterioration that from minds I all those who are on the sick list. I iadicli blubs land roots! than deliver; the Sunday morning message of these skunks and possums that

sets into the motor-muscle coordinating i and knowing helping you've young helped them.I' or who have just recently got I we know what to doth, but and Rev. Harvey will preach a'e always prowling around,

nerves, hardening and tack in circulation after being hate to throw them away. Anyone in the afternoon. Both are former everything would be all right
It's she smiled.
very satisfying :
atrophying them and leaving the laid up. These_ include Wayne who wants them may have for the pastors cf the church. A nursery ,
Mrs. Rubie Mae Perkins has
affected areas most commonly a Johns, Harry Baxley, Harry Pad- asking. CAKD
L is provided for the youngsters, so OF THANKS
lot of memories from 36 of
the limbsfinally useless. I years gett Mrs. Jim Conway, Carson Our granddaughter and family no excuse for grownups to stayat The McDaniel family wishes to
active teaching. Those who have
Unless arrested multiple sc1c-I Mrs Perkins And Students I Grififs, and Grandma Pendarvis' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clawges home. express their deepest appreciationand
known her know that the word"active"
rosis has a creeping effect, but brother Will Carter of Gaines- stopped by to see us last Thurb- .\ Fright By Night thanks to everyone: for -
I keeping on" in her profession.Once jtct. is appropriate. She has gIving
Mrs. Perkins points I loptimisti- ville. Best of luck to them all. day afternoon on their way to One night last week when the their time and ,
sympathy
Asked if she has noticed much touched a lot of lives in those me-
cally, as usual! to slight victoriesin on her two-wheeled Your correspondent is thankful Jacksonville where Russell is looking wind was blowing so hard Jim showing their love f6r our father
pushing back the effects on "throne" in the classroom: Mrs. marked differences in the trend morable years. that she was able to be back in for work. was on the back porch getting a and husband. Especially Dr. Kelos

her left side, especially her left Perkins proceeds with the teach- i jcf her students, she answered in Through the days of sunlight sc-rvices Sunday after a month's We had only 57 present in Sunday drink of water befcre going to I:and Mr. Strickland.<
the affirmative. and the dark days of the depression -
h&nd and an eye, which now has ing gusto: which has been her I absence, but not able yet to teach School. However 52 of these bed when he yells out, "What was
Per World War II and the Korean
back 15 per cent vision. She also trademark for so many years at one thing, she is encouraged cur class of beginners. Hope to be had studied their lessons and 14 that?" I hadn't heard a thing,
by the fact that studentsare War she missed very few TIlE RIGHT rOCVr pre
has arthritis in her left knee, yet .BHS. I more back in the harness soon. nere 100 per cent members. The except one of those noisy planes .ur
still seems to make rather lightof She began teaching in Bradford taking a greater interest in days of: teaching-and through it Jake Wilkinson. and Toby Grif- Intermediates won the banner II thought! going over the house, way you write. Come In and te-
all she has wound her contagious
her condition. I County in 192?, taught "all over ,mathematics. The math plant: at n is were honored a birthday cgain. out he insisted it was more than lest your favorite E3TCRBROOK
BUS has thread of confidence.She .
expanded in
"Whatever happens it could be the county, beginning with the greatly upper last Friday night at the There will be a working at the that. So he went out to investi- P\nntaln pen TTlj:ORAPHJustArrived'
facilities and enrollment in the is not one to live on just
worse," is her philosphy. "and I first grade and working my way _... .
past few years- a sign of the memories-and that together with -- < ., -.
tr-eres no pain; that's certainly up through the grades to the level 2/1::: ; .
tames, with the scientific age and her plain love of teaching is why .
encouraging." where I really felt at home, the 1
Russian educational competitionvery I she mutt keep on as long as she
As ner husband, Warren Per- high ,:hoo I fP'
much with us. can. It takes a lot of courage to !
kins says, "It takes the both of us 'I All of the time she has taughtI "Even the girls generally seem I' teach high school from a wheelchair 1. .. : ,
to teach school these days." :Mr. Starke- 25 'ears- has beenin .
to be taking more interest in day after day. She has it.
Perkins is her patient chauffeur I the high school, and much of math. They may or may not real- How long will it be before she >
to and:: from the classroom, and her efforts have been in the field t .
i i t ie that the fields of science, virtually lays down her last piece of chalk ; ty\ents .
'a ccnstant inspiration in her cf mathematics her favorite sub- f "
100 per cent math are and is forced to retire-she does .. Sb"P 59 PHILCO. ,
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opening wider to women. And if not know. I ew --- / ." //;

the girls have been shopping with Whatever befalls her admonishment o f I /, / 7

their] rncthers, they certainly to students to the effect

krow that it calls for a fair that learning l never ceases-this / \ /

,mathematician to buy groceries affects her too.
wisely and to balance a budget She will never really be able to Major Appliances t} 1

r these Jays." stop teaching. She will maintain / < :

-I 'j:' -.J i She is disturbed by the fast. I her educational contacts, some- / ,

I |I nervous tempo with which the hew and may do some writing. Now the. time .. :

/ 1i I youngsters seem to live nowadays. I Certainly she will do the readingshe .
I Their restlessness and growing I his: never quite been able to ,, /fo.jbiiy'on: "t'ttont"BUDGEI: ;ER M$"

multitude of interestsof which I get around to doing. : ...
the classroom tends to be only a Also, Mrs. Perkins will be teach- ConYemenf .

small part at times-seem to be ing doctors more about this mystErious .

ii iiJ whetted aided and abetted by TV disease, multiple scle .. ,4. 1
and the ever ubiquitous automo- rosis. She is showing them even REFRIGERATOR PR ZElf

bile. Restlessness can be for good now In the grand manner thati

or evil she implied. i* need not be a totally crippling tI'!' "t L'''-' Big 8.2 Cu. Ft. // /1959 PHILCO I

Simple things! seem to have one. PHILCOJust -
difficulty holding student inter- We salute Mrs. Rubie Mae Per- !ic ""I=- -' Chest Model

6 iiW( kins, an active lady all hr life- ::1i \
DIXIE FEATURES 19 I eft. She! used to follow a "sched : : 1999S 95ia
I ued: emphasis cf good character still very active under adverse : Just 199
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"Don't Let That Worry You Starke Builders Supply i traits: in which she would read I III I circumstances. : your old refrigerator is ,
daily from inspirational I If L.J.l! :' : I down payment f Only I 5.00 Down
passages your
Will Put Quality Flooring There In A Jeffy.
II f to her homeroom, and sometimes : Grass Fires Keep i l1:=(: New style new colors... Big 8.4 cu. ft.: model! Stores all
I to her classroom groupssome- Starke I jll' I l'' new features now here at the II I you food within easy ft'ach-
Dial WO 4-4201 or WO 4-1211: thing for every small ant large DepartmentOn ,.-- i i lowest price! New "Soft ai:3: 70o above knee. level to save
occasicneverysmall The Jump Square" styling, extra deep bending and stooping! Counterbalanced
and large storage door 11.8 sq. ft. stor \i-II I lid can't slam shut.
I holiday. "But they seem too age area. Trade now! I 291 lb. capacity 5 yr. warranty.
NO MONEY Grass fires and windy weather KS890 ,
DOWN ; restless now-!seem not to appreciate -
I H very much anymore. I've I have been keeping both the regular -

hid to abandon it," she sighed firemen end the volunteers ;.
Repair w tful_y. busy this week with two last l'o

Stil, he looks back proudly at ;; Thursday two Saturday and one

Add Rooms --- Carport --- Monday Afternoons noon.seem to be the pop- 1'4rftt5

Termite ControlFOR ular time for grass fires. The first

Bath Room one Thursday. Feb 19, was on

DEPENDABLE Fdwards Road, back of the Slade

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. Gas bulk plant. On the same ;; J

TURKS) Household ft CommerdM afternoon another fire called the --

Pest ControlS department to the south end of H ESE HIDE-A-WAY ROTISSERIE
$25
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Time To Re-root K
town on U. S. 301 near Alligator
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Grove Spraying Creek. wtt with any new PHILCO .
Ct-792
Saturday afternoon there wet.o ....... .._ .. ......... .- .
STARKE BUILDERS Call FR 6-2661 more, five minutes apart. The {:: .. :: PHILCODIIOMATIC' "Sterling Look"ELECTRIC .
first was on North Thompson St. '

Florida Pest Control back of the Standard Oil plant. ..'A''H<-. .'. 'N. .._........ I RANGE .-:- -.. W-590.."" "r ''''

INC. & Chemical Co. The second was on N. Temple It's a washer... WRINGERS

SUPPLIES Ave. back of Fred's Restaurant. It's a dryer... < . .. ; '
Superb ranges with the "_;: ;;;:: L f5S5PHlLCO! ,_.
Another N. Temple Ave. call ----
24 N. W. 16th Ave. It's both in one newest 1959 features! .:!-

AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE FI.A. J Gainesville, Florida was made Monday noon this time machine! Extras that other ranges tr .'l
i to put out a grass fire back of don't offer new e... b/ {
I I Morgan's Barber Shop. 95
389 Broil Under Glass,
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Automatic Griddle and Only I 7988

HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe Your old washer is many more. Plus a ,.aJ
a following patients were Free $25 Rotisserie if Pay Only 5.00 DownImagine..a

I i% Firestone New Tires admitted to Bradford County Hos- Costs your less down than payment many wash- you act now.Don't missthis J genuine

fr'' pital during last week ers alone! Does your com special offer! i Philco wringer washer at

World Famous for Quality Agnes Scott Brown, William E. pletewashdayiobbetterand I Your old range- these this low quality price!featuresporcelain Compare
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Flakes Mary Schaeffer of Key- in one work-saving auto
for Value makes the down tub, safety re
\ \\ Unequalled matic operation. With Big
As stone Heights, Lester E. Jones of lease wringer, and
\ little Lawtey, May Belle Whitehead of Filter Drum Automatic payment.- ss-Sore others. See it today!many
\ Power Soak.
Ai 2 for 2590 Waldo Raymond O. Mann of
Lake Geneva, Trubie Nathaniel .
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; AUTOMATIC'SWASHEItVl
'' BLACK TUBED Rowe Geraldine Edna Griffis of ::PCLOTHES DRYER o :

,. i'\: \ Penney Farms, Margaret Lou Kel- h___ ...: / .
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ly Lawtey. -
lOW PRICES-ALL SIZES Air Conditioned
famous Firestone Also Christene Alice Thrift, Viscount II
"y TREAD DESIGN SIZE PRICE'e
Gary Clay Johnson of Lawtey. PHILCO
se ,. :. 6.00-16 2 for *23.90 w.SF <. Carrie Mae Ritch Ernest Victor bYPHILCO

Safety-Fortified 6.70-15 2 for 25.90 >; 'Widegren, Helen L. Allison of ; Only 13995 95
CORD BODY 7.10-15 2 for 29.70 Hawthorne James Edward Baileyof 0 Just 249

7.60-15 2 for 32.50 ar"s Hampton Marie L. Thornton, 5.00 Down Delivers 10.00 Down Deliver-

extra-long mileage Plus tax and recappable tire a n Theodore Norman of Lawtey, Philco Air Conditioned Drying Lowest price ever for such a
FIRESTONE RUBBER Pauline Dorothy Martin. Florida even at this low low price! fully automatic washer! Fea
Your Trade-in Tires S. Baldree of Lake Geneva, and Freshens clothes as it dries tures 2-speed. 2-cycle high
'_ f Gertrude A. McBride of Green them dries twice as fast with frequency wash action and
-.. Make the Down Payment Cove Springs. high-speed airflow! at one safe, exclusive triple duty filter dis.

See! quality chart posted in our Tire Department At Firestone,price is the true guide to the quality of our tires.BODDS Colored admissions were: Dor- DC-690 low-heat setting. _. W.24 penser. Trade now!

othy O'Neal Jones of Waldo, -- .- '-.
1 Evonne Howard White Ruby Lucille .
Mitchell of Waldo and Edna Your trade-in is your down p-ayrn'. .ntl.

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FIRESTONE STOREPhone To those CARD who OF THAXKS expressed their Dodd's Firestone

sympathy in so many beautifuland Store

practical ways during our sad

bereavement, we extend our heart-

WO 4-3S61 Starke, Fla. 528 S. Walnut St. felt thanks.-The family of Mrs Phone WO 4-3861 Starke Fla. 528 S. Walnut St.TUUr.SD. .

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Garden Club Plane Miss Kay Christmas WSCS Notice '

t 'Mile Of Beauty Ia I Honor Guest Circle 1 of the First Methodist

Church WSCS will meet Tuesday,
On. Madison Street At: Surprise PartyMiss
Marchat 10 a.m. in the fellowship -
tS
Making Madison street a "mile.' Kay Christmas was pleasantly Hall with :Mrs: W. G.I'
f
of beauty" with azaleas will be I ky surprised by a semi-formal{i Haile and Miss Amy Coburc as

the Starke Garden Club's prtnci-i va birthday party given in her honor hostesses.

4 ladYI! Mooty pal project during the coming last Friday evening at the Starke i I Circle Two will ftieet Monday.' Bradford Count Hospital announces '

.-----...... year. Plans were laid at tile reg-i- 25'i Wcman's Club by her parents. March 2. at 3 p.m. at the home of the following births:

ular meeting Monday evening: ( .' : Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas. in Mrs Daisy Perryman. : Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K. Whitehead .
Held During June and July, the rooting ? :a T ( Circle Three will meet Monday,'
WeekOfPrayer; Bridge Party i celebration of her sixteenth birthday of Waldo. a son, Leonard
season for azaleas, members| 2 at 3 at the home of
March ,
To Be ObservedAt At .. i anniversary. p.m. Kenneth Whitehesc i! II. Feb. 18.
Haynes Cottage 4
will be putting out cuttings to bet 1 beautifully Mrs i- S. Hutto with Mrs. Sheltie
The auditorium
was
Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Gntfis. of
Madison Street later* planted along Madison a. Hall as co-hostess.
ot decorated with red and .
Twenty-four progression tr whiter I Penney Farms. a daughter, Annette
treet from the Saratoga Heights Circle 5 will meet Wednesday,
bridge' were enjoyed at an overnight crepe paper streamers strung from : Feb. 20.
ot WIll entrance on the west to I 4 home of Mrs. G.
Daily meetings prayer Alligator ti : March at the
party last Friday evening at end to end and through a hula Mrs. Thorntonof
and
:Mr.: Jimmy
be held during Annie ArmstrongWeek : creek on E. Call Street on the)) : S. Newcomb.Mr. ,
the O. L. Haynes Jr. summer hoop in the center. From the
of Prayer, March 2-6. at rast. Members will have to get _._ I Starke.. daughter Cynthia
I home on Santa Fe Lake. treamers hung 200 multicolored I
the Madison Street Baptist, cuttings from established bushes and Mrs. L. H. Lewis cf Marie Feb. 23.
the affair Mrs. .. balloons. Also placed at vantage'
Enjoying was
Church, with the following in around town which will need Wilmington. Dela will be weeded Mr and Mrs. Ezekiel Parnsh of
Jr. Mrs J. points were arrangements of red
charge: Haynes Wainwright pruning at that time, to fulfill this,I j I : guests of Col. and Mrs. T T Starke. a daughter. Barbara Ruth.
Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs Merrill and white gladioli. In the door-1 .
Monday, 7 p.m., Rev and Mrs.J project. In charge of this civic ,I[.onll. Feb. 23.'j
truth Mrs. H. H. Adams MMI.8te'e way: of the sunroom hung a silver -
W. Pearce, retired home mis- beautification program will be'
Simmons, Mrs. A. N. Ho7li- foil covered hula hoop from |I I
sionaries. the Civic and Roadside Development -
Jay, Mrs. Myldred Cuttino, and which fell lumps of sugar on red ,
chairman Mrs. J. LJ. .c I
Tuesday, 9:30: a.m.. Circle 1, Mrs. Del Colley.Eastern Doyle ?atin ribbons and in the center I I
and rrs.f.:: F. Mazen, and their "
Mrs. Oma Cotton, leader. ias
committeesMrs. ; i a. w a laige figure 16. Sixteen

Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. Brotherhood Star Plans .l.a ar tables were placed around the
of the Church. Hazen presided over the L 3 dance fleer and centering thes-J
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I Chicken Supper I meeting in the absence of the president -
Thursday, 3:30: 'p.m., Mrs. K. O. :: were white candle holders containing -
I :Miss: Clara Leaman gavei Ity'
Dansby, Mrs. J. W. Furlong, and red and white'candles
The Eastern Star
is sponsoring i the
I devotional. :Mrs.: Doyle! reported .
YWA red camellias attachedto
Girls. a fried chicken .j'. with single
supper Saturday oversaw
that she the
fer-
Friday, 3:30: p.m.. Circle 3, Mrs.: ('v'ning.tar.. 14, from 6 to 8'! tilizing and replacing of dead ,ft ..'", each..

ri# T Thomas, leader. ; o'clock at the Masonic Hall. The plants along the city highways ; The refreshment table in the i
The church will be y 'nroom was covered with a red"
nursery open
I public is invited to attend. during the past month. ., .
for all meetings.. '. lnen cloth and centered with a

I A flower workshop is plannedfor ... .. three-tiered birthday cake"topped 1 ,
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PTAThe .
Elementary the March meeting. .::",,af ,
Altar Society A.a with the figure 16. Around the
I During the program on Florida cake red camellias were arranged. -
Starke Elementary School Birds and Conservation .i:
St. Edvard's Altar Society will PTA will meet Airs. 7: : Balancing. the setting were
Tuesday. March 3,
Maxie Carter Sr., chair- ; ,' .
T.eet Tuesday evening. March o:, i at 7:30: p. m. in the cafetorium. program ,4 branched candelabra holding jcfr.x
man, and Miss Clara Leaman, t burning red tapers. A large crystal -
at eight oclock in the Parish Hall. I There will be an interesting:
pro- conservation
chairman
ai
presenteda punch bowl 'was placed: one
All members are asked to attendas jciam; on adult education, featuring .colored film i
on This Vital Earth end the table
of with
an election of officers will be strawberry I
the area supervisor of adult: and slides on Florida Bird from .
and heart-shaped ice I
Ijcld. I Uf.ucation, A. N. Anderson. the University of Florida. I e.oa1 s/.. 4frb" ..-,r .K:.{ $ $ .xtri" cubes.punch Dainty cake squares, crack- I C c

Refreshments were enjoyed at irs. nufs and mints were served.
Miss Martha Winkler Weds Gordon AmbroseIn
the close of the meeting. Motion pictures of the party I

WHILE; I First Christian Church Saturday NightThe were taken throughout the even-

THEY LAST, Ronnie Lee Kirkland irg and the priests enjoyed dancing i
First Christian Church was: and narrow satin nobons. to a Hi-Fi.

Honored With Party the setting for a beautiful wedding Mrs. Winkler chose for her Among the approximately 50 :

I O PIECE LIVING Mrs. A, W. Kirkland entertained o'clock Saturday when evening Miss, Feb Martha 14, at JOAnn f:3u'' daughter's blue:; lace wedding over a taffeta lovely dress powder -I Starke guests were and Miss Wayne Diane Edwards Blake of of I ::1' "

F. at a birthday party Saturday afternoon ,, Winkler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs/i complimented. with a f cattelya orchid latka. .i IJ.( ;
U for her Ronnie I P
ROOM son 'Lee,1 f I'
I GROUPE E. A.Vinkler of Starke becamethe corsage.
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Christ-
whd his ninth 'i
was celebrating an-1
: brine of Gordon Kay Amt>>-ose Immediately after the weddinga (
mas' in &>rvin2'were Mr. and Mrs.
niversary. of Jacksonville, son of Mrs.: 1'hil-. reception was held at the Kpis-: Jack Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Paul <..! '-,
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I I' The party was held in the yard lip1.. Ambrose of Plymouth, .N, 'opal Parish house on N. Church Hutchins, Mr. arid Mrs. Ned Yan- 1. !t.! .

which was decorated with PInk,' C. and the late Mr. Ambrose. Kev. t street Fan-shaped arrangementsof J.l,.
cey. and Mr. and Mrs. Georg:? :
yellow, and blue crepe paper J. E. Sherwood performed the white gladioli mums and Simpson. 1l ;t-

streamers and balloons. The 18 nuptials. stock, flanked by candelabra holding { I Q

little guests enjoyed games with Decorating the altar of the I' Burning white tapers against j I

,prizes and refreshments during church were two fan-shaped ar- a background of palms formed the Miss Sue Jackson Amazing New

the party'hours. The refreshmenttable rangements of white gladioli,: decorations for the occasion. Thebride's Honored At PartiesOn

was overlaid with a birthday giant chrysanthemums and' cushion table' was covered with 'an a:

cloth with matching napkins, and > mums against a background of ''Italian culwork cloth and centered BirthdayMr. PH I LeO"NOISELESS" PHILCO 1092

ice cream, birthday cake, and ) palms and fern balls. A' myriad with a thrl" "-tiered wedding cake. ILLUSTRATEDABOVE

punch were served. I of burning candles in branched' Around the cake was a wide ruffle and Mrs. J. G. Jackson I{
and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr. entertained -
Mrs. Kirkland was assisted by candelabra: cast a sort glow over of n'lon.tuUe, caught at intervals!
Mrs. Ernie Kirkland of Waycross, the setting. The pews were, marked I with clusters of white blossoms, at a party in honor of Miss Cs '4W as

? ,6. \ Ga., Angela Siemer, and Mrs Dick with white' satin. bows and'gieenery. i' and white 'satin hearts. On either Sue Jackson last Friday evening,
I the occasion being her sixteenth
r Richards. side i were low five-branch candel- .
i As the guests assembled. Mrs,! abras centered with white double i I birthday anniversary.The 39

ONLY Madison Street WMU L. A. Canova, pianist, played nuptial -I English stock, carnations and tul.| Jackson home, at 725 Ep- AIR CONDITIONER A Day
music .and accompanied Mrs. ips.' |I person SU was decorated in pink
Meets At ChurchThe PaulfCanova I and green, with birthday balloons
3 i SoloIst wi3 sang '3'Tne punch table was overlaid with Guaranteed
l-SOFA BED1Platform 'Because.I Love You Truly, '; I adding 'a festive note.
with white cutwork
cloth
95 monthly business and pro- and "The Lord's Prayer." I ed with a crystal punch center-I I The refreshment table was cov- Cooling CapacityTested

Rocker gram meeting of the Madison St. Robert Maihose of Jacksonvillesewed j i,silver traand surrounded bYI ered with a lace cloth and centered and rated in accordance with standard of
WMU was held Tuesday night cake ARI Air and Refrigeration Institute)
1--TV Chair the groom as best man and with the birthday the ( Conditioning
I with white
iat the church. Mrs. H. A. Lawson I the ushers were Harold Langford;, greenery florets.interspersed I I I iced in pink and green, and topped Quietest 1 H.P.air conditioner made. 0 Compact cabinet 2-epaed

2--Table Lamps2StepEnd presided over the lousiness session of Jacksonville and George Winkler gladioli; I! with a miniature doll. The It's whisper quiet inside and outfan. Automatic temperatvr*

Tables and reported that Mrs. Norman! brother of the bride. I Greeting guests at the door at cake formed the doll's skirt. side for you and for your neigh- control Fresh air ventilation

Willis is serving as leader of the i The bride chose her sister Miss the reception were Mrs. W. B. Punch was served from a bowl bets too!And the cooling rapacity is with simultaneous pump-.u tuaranlePCi.

I..-Coffee Table Primary Sunbeams and Mrs. J. (J.1!' Merry Winkler, as maid 01. honor Mundy and Mrs. K. A. Hall. surrounded by an arrangement. /( You know how much e Positive moisture control 0

Gay as Beginner Sunbeam leader. and the bridesmaids. were Miss Standing in the receiving line were of fern and white carnations. cooling you get in choosing a.PhUco. Push-basonefr
:Mr. dnd Mrs. K A. Winkler, the I.
.iliWe I Sara Helms and Miss Bernice I Games were enjoyed by the approximately ? r
An interesting program on Alaska -, bride and groom, and the bridal I -1!
Thomas of Jacksonville.. The at- 60 young'pt'ople who L r Philco i NOISELESS with
I was presented by Jijrs. Ii. T. : tendents wore identical ot attendents. Mrs. Mickey Meades rnJoyed this occasion. 1 _
% Give S&B Green StampsNO Thomas, assisted Gerald gowns and Mrs. George Winkler cut thebride's t.
by Mrs ,;I :
red satin taffeta, fashioned with Assisting the hosts in serving HEAT PUMP
'Williams, Mrs, T. C. Hazen, [ cake and Mfs. Johnnie .. It
\ l\i.rs'l(; sabrina necklines, and butterfly: and entertaining the guests were it. ', == .
Mrs. f Wells kept the bride's book. Mrs. ,'I! It in cool weather
J L. Andrews, Gloria Clements i {1Jft--: : ; warms you
sleeves. The long_princess lines i Mrs. J. C. Sapp. Mrs. Elva McRae. !
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and Mrs. James Richards i \Warren Winkler presided at the .t and cools. in warm weather
the drifted into waltz+ Mrs.' Bob Myrick. and Mrs. Jim :t:Ar.}::..;. >> you
CARRYING CHARGES I i lof gowns their ,punch bowl, and assisting in serving 1' ., ...., "; =- =- c serves you the year round.
skirts. On hair Stalnak
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gored
length
were Miss Mabel Gardner otJacksonville r .' I --==- fresh, clean properly conditioned -
Executive Board i j they wore matching circlets ot, MisS' Jackson was also honored : rtit.. w.lt.h
and Mrs. .v air. Same compact
Margaret fl'fl'3'f! J 1 t
I velvet studded With pearls, trom with a slumber party the same t
HART FURNITURE CO. cabinet and
;,Blankenship. i ( features aa etluf
The executive board of the i 1
which fell flesh-colored shoulder .
I'I'r evening at the home,of her sister. j t --...;. ,- 1 Noiseless' models. /
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After time with
some
Starke Woman's ClUb will meet: veils. They carried French cascade -r spending Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr.. 624 Epper) PHIlCO A-1C&-2
123 E. Call St. STARKE. FLORIDA Thursday afternoon. March 5, at j bouquets of white cushion I[their guests the bride and groom, son St.The r

f 3:30: o'clock at the club house. mums, puffs of nylon tulle, and left for a week's wedding trip to I 14 JO&fTRQM
'. 'I "New Orleans, La. The bnde chose girls enjoying this occasion Health! Guarding PHILCO available
loops of white satin ribbons. Denise with the honoree were -
i I tor traveling a lovely sea green This addition to your new Philco conditioner makes you
;, Winkler. niece of the bnde, I Elaine Ciosby. Judy Haislop.
a flower ..two-piece dress with, black accessories feel better, work better, and get mote fun out of life. Medically
served as girl and wore agO'Il Jeanelle
and a white orchid corsage.)I Bullingtcn. Linda Hu3- tested! Proved as much as 85more:; efficient in filter-
I' identical to the other att'ndents' -!! They are making their home at :ins, Glenda Brown, Juanita Stal-j ing bacteria pollen, odors and smoke, than other filters.C.H.fcvorthy .
I and carried a miniature ,naker. Margie Whitehead, \..
Agnes
WHILE THEY LAST!:; cascade bouquet of the same blos: C615, Green street, Jacksonville. I.Parrish, Janice Conner, Sandra I I

soms. 'I I The bride is a graduate of Sue Whitehead, Betty Ann Conner -
The lovely bride who was given Bradford High School and attended and JoAnn Retidish.
I in marriage by her father chose\the Dell School ,of. :Medical: 'Tech- Philco Dealer

.for her .wedding a frosty gownin'imported pow employed as a medical tech- Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin
Chantilly lace ,o'erc I nician in Jacksonville. Mr. Ambrose -
n.dleIighCs tin. ;The delicately: is employed as industrial pent Lake the Kerr.weekend at their campon .310 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

TOUCH molded bodice featured a scalloped Electrician} with, the St. Regis -
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portrait neckline and the long Dior t'aper Co., Jacksonville. I il

a TYPING i waistline dipped deep )into the '"01- I Out-of-town guests at the wed-

umirious lace skirt which tell tot ding: and reception were Dr. and
the floor i in graceful'folds* and Mrs... D. R. l ormaw.Mrs..MiCk-

COURSE I swept lavishly!into tide' chapel, ey Meades Mrs. FranciS.Johnson.Mrs. .
train of tier upon: tier: of tuBe I : JoAnn Thomas: Miss. ..Mabelpardrier

ruffles. Her**finger tip veil of- ( Mr., and Mrs: Rat>ert "SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT"
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sheerest illusion i ,was attached to) Moihose and daughter Harold -

Given with each purchase of a a...tulle. coronet. ;-adorned with)! LangfbroV-Miss,:'SaYa": Helms; Miss

pearls: She 'earned: ,a white Bible I Itl Bernice Thomas, W."H Ambrose, : ,
('topped with a white cattelya or-' aliofJacksonvilleand Miss Merry

Smith-CoronaFORtABLE tl-chid, with,showers' -at'Stfphanotist? I Winkler of Macon: ,G k To assist our Churches, Civic Clubs and other non-profit or-

ganizations in announcing their pecial events, Your Friendly :

Social i 1 lYPEWRIJEN:::: i Community State Bank of Starke has made arrangements to ( :
Meeting-Dattr Has Birthday Party
''' mish free of charge to the organizations the portion of
wF -;- -' : [ _'The Statue "Social Cliib me: 44irs. F. W. Strickland entertained -

: t Tuesday night. Feb: 17, at the ,at 'birthday?! :' party: Saturday': the. front page of this newspaper as is listed there this week. :

R'EE EDUCATOR ; }l<>:tiie'of Mr. and Mrs. W. F Her- afternoon at Strickland's playground ,
long. During the business session on kirigsley Lake for her When your Church or your Civic Club, or any special event

APPROVED presided. .over b} J. Watson, it was son, Steve who ,,'as'cek'brating
r I l 1i 1d' club happens in our community during the week we ask that you
UTOU n JYPINc COURSE" i decided to meetings on i iI his, fourth anniversary.

I the first and! .third Tuesdays oft I II 'Tbe'2fr( youngsters enjoyed playing an ounceit' to our people through the column that we are

in This Actual l '23.9I Value RecordAI&unt 4 4 '-- each.-month in the Presbyterian on.. the playground equipment

Lu + __w ..,y .. I"Church social hkll. during the party hours. The birth- offering to you. It's free for the asking FIRST COME
I E' After several games, refreshments I day cake carried out the cowboy

III just 18 days yw ai were served ,.by the hosts. tJieme. 'children_ were given' FIRST SERVED.

i I Han tout .ty |! Tkfc Is ::\11', ,and Mrs. Herlong, and Mrs. favors or'little. :cowboys and" Indians ,

!!II o,> Sure.i Wij II" Terms to. Suit Rose* HaTsan. : A house guest, Lewis McNeely. -
The next. will be held of Pa, took
tan. I IB lypi RIGHT! meeting ;' Pittsburgh
i Tuesday, March Z 3. in tEP ITesayterian ipovmg pictures ortne party.

Your Convenience Church Hall at 7:30 p.m. Mrs Stnckland ,was assisted by

Everyone is brdially invited to at- her daughter; dame,;and, Miss A SERVICE OF THE COMMUNITY STATE

i I tend' Kate Struth.Brownie: BANK OF STARKEAll

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UDC To MeetThe '
Notice
# Modern Banking Services Available Give Us A. Trial
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W. T. Week's, chapter. U. The Brownie Scouts are reminded -
We Believe You Will Enjoy Our Services
D. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon to ,bring a cigar box to their .

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '- March. '., '4.* at. '-3' o-"clock 'at the regular meeting, Friday afternoon 1 ()Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)

home of Mrs. W. F. Glenn on al -330' o'clock at the borne of .- ,
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Park Place with Mrt. Bertha their-leader,. Mrs J. D. Warren,

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THURSDAY." FEB. 26, 1959 BRADFORD COrNTT TELEGKAFH-;- STARK FLORIDA rVr -E'



_.. --,-.-.-'.----- -.- --,., I Mr. and Mrs. s: S. Noegel and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwellspent I Mr. and Mrs..Ernest Weidgrenj Junior Club Board and.the United States Animal |I'' inaltd..' identified and rr v.r't 'd. ..
V I Disease Eradication Branch have agreed j (r, ",itt' v'itnti! were a r' rfa
_ i family were in Vero Beach over Sunday in Reddick visiting had as cvemight'guests' Mr. andrtfclMis.John to oioperatively conduct a I e, rtztie4 b-u.'C.l.t'I-llh bf'rd for -

the weekend visiting her' mother, relatives. Derickson of'Wilmington t The Junior Woman's Club will cumpaiTi of b \:ne brucellosis er- erea at the time off 'alt'. ..
aJu-ation in F-radford County, Flo- > ,acclrmted ealvst.at
Mrs. J. S. Harbin. They also attended Mrs. Eknef MCMfllan of Jacksonville Dela. last 'Wednesday meet Mcnday evening at 8 o'clock: t tiu 1 r.da in conformity with the Regulations -j. ( are Officially m"re than Sw months of

the State Fair in Orlando vas visiting L. G. Hem- 'a d1.ff.Aand' .'Rreston Fergus-1: ] the club house. for the Establishment and I age from otherwise clean heroshich

i:0 on Monday.Mr. mingway and Mrs. One Wiggins) on'of Brevard:, Nl::C.last Sundi7.Attending Maintenance of Modified Certified I, \\ do not react at more thanincomplete
ucelloiJ Frna and
&; I!| in I::"I). pro\ided the
; and Mrs. Guy Sale attended on Monday.Mr. the, District 6 PTA ; WHF.TIE.0"1' ':Sc;;, of the cattle ,' at,imal has three snccessixe' tests
NOTICE OF I\TK:>T1O\ TO I IREcnVTEH !
the funeral of Kermit W. and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw of meeting*. Inr St. 'AugttStine'' Thurs- FICTlTIOfS N %|IK'' ownt'''5n owning Bradford a majority County, Florida of thecattle I I not rise less than titer.J" days apart without

Hodges in Jacksonville Tuesday Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon day were Mrs. H. M. Hatcher,1 Jr.Mrs. Notice is hrb given that ttu? have petitioned the Florida Livestock '.I,t, a This in Quarantine shall be In full

Q,....' _._ _._ ___ -- -,_ -.-.-.- I afternocn. visitors"cf Mr. and Mrs. La- H. H. Rabb, Jr., Mrs. John If und Chapter"rsitncd.20.S5J._ under Laws th* "provisions 1 Florda! '' Pisea Hoard Eradication and the Branch I*. S. Animal to institute force and effect on and after -

I PEYTON FLORIST OPENING vern Outlaw; Torode; Mrs. S. O. Denmark, and Acts of 1941, will, rr&lMer with th* procedures for e!.tabli hing I| .Mar< h 16. U i!f. .f A. D.
This ISth day ( Ffbrnary.
Mrs. Effie Johns and Mrs. Among those attending the auti : C! rk' oC thf" Circuit Court in and that modified certifiedbrtirellosis .
i :MARCH 1st. 119 So. Thompson -; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quickwe'e, Irs. R. B': Cauffman.1'TOS county as a I :S59I
Maxie Carter. Sr. were visitingMr. races at Daytona Beach Sunday for Bradford County. Florida upon free area; I KLOKII1MIOTOCK )UOll ..
St., Phone \\4-4155.. In Lake City on Sunday visitingMr. FLORIST OPENING receipt of proof rff publication of J Jthi NOW. THEREFORE ITS: IT RE- i

and Mrs. Randolph Crosty at weie G. J. McGriff, Sr.. Mr. and Little Donna Lou Patray Is expected -: and Mrs. J.: W. Jones. .', l\IARCH'lsf. 119 So.'Thomp- !' notice; the tltitioa9 nam of Sf LVEI) That the Florida livestock i I J.C. L.B STARKEY.CAMPHELU chairman Secretary,
Lake Lochloosa last Friday even Mrs. Mack McGriff, Sandra Jones, Peyton-Florist under'which I am Board in aC"M1rdanIth the pro- :
I to return home Friday I I Mr. and Mrs. Charley._f arsons l son. St. Ph ne0 4-4155. engaged in business at II'S. isions of Chapter 5S1.; Florida' Statnte I i I State Veterinarian
ing. Euzzy Green Dr. J. E. Denmark, I Bradford IT
I fiom Baptist Memorial Hospital of Amsterdam N. Y. ar ""guests I Mr: and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Th mp'on'-L Starke. Fla. !". hereby quarantines
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Miss Sslly: Sink celebrate'! Jimmy McRae and Dr. and Mrs. II On ta T. Peyton. Route 1. Tox County. Florida. and adopts the f"Iloninz t -
here she has been confined the this week of Mr. and Clyde Sr. of Flushing Long Island N. Y. ru'es and rejculati"ns relative '
16th irfrthday Sunday with a ..intr Seymour Marco. Mrs. ; 431. Starke. Kla, JIOIt"rn..r.. I i ill' The foamy Jn I past week with an infection caused:I Terwillegar. will arrive Thursday for a visit Paled this S6th day of February 'I tb-rt"to: rad'." C.uar. .'..rltb.
party for four friend, it hr Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and V A IX, 195i.f Starke. Bradford : JfOn.TIO1.: All cattle within I Probate.
from a cat's scratch on her arm.I Flower Garden and" Field Seedsat xith MJr. and Mrs. Hatcher, Jr. the above de!", home. Mrs. L. J. Richardson and children County, Florida. 1np.: : F.state of EVELYX F.
I Mrs. Lucina M. Clark had as and family. area are subject to the brucellosistest ..
3-" RVEI.YXX :
I Sistrunk's. 4t WHKI.AX.: al o known as
PEYTON FLORIST orr.xIXG spent the weekend in Fern- ... and the owner or custodian 1:0 F'VF.LYNXlF.
last week Mr. and Mrs. I WTlfL.and: at
guests
andina with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ballentine reonired. upon ret-ript of official notice -
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MARCH 1st, 119 So. Thompson F-ed M. Clark and daughter, Mrs. >OTICK OF 1\TKNTIOV, TO I IRF.GI i from the Florida l.lcto'k! \I iT WMF.I.AX.I IVceased.
'St. Phone WO 41155. I Burbank Jr. Mrs. Burbank and eturned Sunday from a teli day arid family of Neptune Beach TF.R'FlM'rrIOI s ,"n I T'oard. to present his cattle for test I MVTICK OF FRORtTKtTIIE

V of'I I children returned with the Lances Mildred Clark Carlton of Wor- visit with her sister, Mrs. C. F. spent the weekend with Mr. and Nolle. is hereby given that the as dir'.ct'Ml. I. STATK OF FLORIDA' to all
I t n Mrs. Theo Baldwin tester. Mass. undersigned under the provisions Jfct'L.TIOHt'rd: !! found to persons" interested in the estateof
for a week's visit. Sayles in Miami. Mrs. Bert McMatnes.
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I of Chapter 20.953.:;: Laws of Florida. : infected with brucellosis shall said decedent:
Amf jVS!' Ga.: were last Friday I Camellias Azaleas, Rose'Bushes'it i e
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Raulerson Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph High'of Car Wash, Tennis Court, Satur- Acts'of 1541. will register with the ,.,. individually quarantined until You are hereby notified that awritten
I 2r' SiT'irday guests of Mr. andI : Sistrunk's.Mrs. I. nerk of the Circuit Court in and have paae4 at least! two consecutive I instrument purporting to
tne former Kathryn Kelly, have Hamlet N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. they
lv, V C, Hobbs. I Henry Stefanelli. presidentcf day.Mr. for Bradford County. Florida. upon blood te".ts not less than If the 1.a"1 Will% and Testament! of
incved from Gainesville to Jack- 11.| M. High of Jacksonville .. said decedent has been admitted toprobate
were and Mrs.. Charles Fields receipt of nfoftf A* vtnHiK.jiH'! **) f ,;r days apart.
3"ct : E. C. Celion of St. Edwards Altar Society at-
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Irs. said Conrt.
in
sonville.: They spent the weekcn.1: weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. and family of Jacksonville! recent: this notice the fictitious name of TfHPf.ATIOXn: :: female cattle within
) Ga1Ar ''Ifwere visiting Mrs. I leded the Spring board meeting Turnpike Motel. ttnrtr which I am : You are hereby -ommanded -
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and f mily. They ly'visited their parents Mr. and business *. i -r brerdin bull over six monthstf SIX ,'alf'ndar'mltnth!' from the
in I S.
Ho'lmgsworth and daughter of St. Augustine Deanery in the I am engaged on ate yhal be moved into or witnin '
of this
R. Kelly. visited Silver Springs on Sunday. 1'igbway :((11 South. Bradford ('.,un. date if the first publication
i I Mrs. O. :W. White, Sr and Mrs.J. i the aliove desi rlli Kl qnarantinwlar and
National said Court
Penny on Sunday.Toma'i club room of the Florida Florida ft>tice't > apprar in
I Mrs. B.; E. WitMrow of Jessup, I Mrs. G. W Stroud and daughter H. Fields. ty.: with the following: exceptions: how if anY you can. whv
Sistrunk's" Bank in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. Jotih Sho>nim"u s=ole ownef. *lOi Plants at Ga. is making extended visii Irma cf Ala. (a) SlauKhter animals. action of said Court In admitting
an Andalusia are Dee and Steve Clark of Ocala North Cherry !su Starke. Florida. : the
: and Mrs. Murrill Coker and Catlle df'.tin..d to points :> should not
--- with her niece Mrs. C. A. Knight : I spending: ; this week with Mrs. were visiting their aunt Mr*.' C. Dated this !IIh! of February .\.D. fit) such cattle I' said Will to probate.
%'ond thr area provided unrevoked.THEKOX
j sand
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Crane ofl 15 at Starke. Bradford ount\.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock and Sunday after- Stroud's daughter, Mrs. M. D. D. Williams over the weekend.W. Florida. %-%g 4t -IIf'IOIlIO' art. nt nnl"ade<< within the area.r1 I .\, YAWX! _
Jacksonville
I ffmily'isited'Mr. and Mrs. H. C. were Elder and family. c. I Bill 1 Cruce of Tampa I f Those tested and found nplt3t I I County Judge! of Bradford
of Mr. and Airs. Guy ,
noon :
guests ; for hniceilosis.i within 30 day Count. Florida:
Sorensen and family in Mandarin i.. Mrs. Frank R. Lee of Ocala has spent the past three weeks TalInbiuue I.IVKSTOCK. 110 tRI ;'-'j''r to date of movement.d I First publiiiiTion on

f orida Sunday. I I Sale.Mrs. rave moved to 605 N. Orange with, his brother L. H. Cruce and V A .IUoiOI.I'TIO" V ) ,-attl under T4 months ofjre iVhrnary :..*h. U...,. ...
B. and Mr.
E Andrews I 4t J.U
;. calf %ac- -2S
whi officially
the Florida h..fttn.-k h were
PlantsPetunia wIIEItAc
; Flower Snap- I street. Mr. Lee is employed it family. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. .
and Mrs. R. S. Johns of LakeButler
riraggon Pansies Calendula at Tanner's Service Station. L. H. Cruce and children enjoyed
of
were Tuesday visitors
Sistrunk's. I i Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Nate :a visit with J. M. Cruce and family -
:! Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier.
i George Huggins underwent eye Dyal attended the BPW luncheon in Orlando.Car .
lHfATREStarke Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughter -
I ,surgery;:; Thursday at Bradford at the Mayflower Hotel in Jacksonville Wash Tennis'Court, Satur-
Sally. Mrs. Ewell Lawson and '
i County Hospital. Sunday.Fertilizerfor day. .
,! SPCIAL.
and
!f Patricia Richards visited Mr. I NOTICE
flowers lawns and
those Elks
the
Florida I Among attending Mrs. Guy Dyal in Green Cove

:'Ritualistic district contest at the'.'I Springs Sunday afternoon.Mr. gardensGroTone'Magic Bloom",, Funeral Sunday

i Elks Club in Palatka on Sunday i and Mrs. L. R. Tenly of Vigor at'Sistfunk's.Mr. -.
For Mrs. Lewis
SAT.. FEB 28 ONLY I were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gil- ; Gainesville were Sunday after and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and :

j hooly and daughter Elaine Mr. i noon visitors of Mr. and Airs. E. Mr. and Mrs. SI: W! Beckett visited Native Of: WaldoMrs : -
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WHENTHE I .nd Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mr. and D I Mr. and Mrs.. J. E. McIntyre [ :
Tenly. STORE :
I II To All FLYNN'S DRUG
J' ,Mrs. Owen Vaughn, Harry Rab, i iI : Mrs. O. F. Siemer, Sr. had as in Jacksonville Saturday evening Annie Mills Lewis, 80, '

3.10 J. D. Seymour. Bobbie McRaa, !.I Tuesday luncheon guests Mrs. Mrs. Edna Buie of Jacksonville I widow of the late Robert P. Lewis I ,
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_I PULLS IN, .. : $V E' Jerome Johns, H. O. Bates III George King Mrs. Jack Patterson was a weekend guest of Mr. and died Thursday, Feb. 19, in a 'local ?

and Vernon Underhill. i I' Mrs. Harry King Mrs. R. 3. Mrs. Lcgan: Baldwin.Mr. hospital after an illness of several : CUSTOMERS :. :
THE VV ana :Mrs. Tyler Jones spent
Camellias, Azaleas, Rose Bushes Barton. Mrs. Clyde Davis and rronths. .

EXCITEMNT t at Sistrunk's.Mrs. I 1 Mrs. 'H. F. Booe all of Jackson- the weekend in Savannah. Gfl Mrs. Lewis was born at Waldo ) V -t

: W. B. Mundy was the guestof ville.I with her mother. Mrs. J. EViI; on'Dec. 25. 1878 her parents being : Welfare"'i
You Can Have Your Prescriptions and
; EGNS! Mr. and Mrs. Evans Bedsole!' in I James Hunter of Tallahassee son.Mr. the late Wallace and Carrie ; j jj'

Wesconnett from Sunday to and Mrs. J. R. Wainwrteh Newberry Mills. She was a'member
I : was last Wednesday! evening dinner -
I Tuesday and also attended the ,, guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1<'. B. and family and Mr. and Mrs' of the New Hope Primitive j' Prescriptions filled atKOCH'S '
Charles D and family attended ,
Florida Baptist Southern Sunday: I Beard. tby Baptist: Church at LaCrosse. 4a

I, School convention in Jacksonville. I flower Garden and Field Seeds the Fugatefamily reunion in Surviving are one son Ovid G. _ _
Alachua on Sunday at the home
: VV Mrs. Arvie Maze was called to at Sistrunk's. Lewis Starke; a daughter, Mrs.
V I of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fugate.
i Key West Monday by the illness : Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Siemer, Sr. Mr. and :Mrs.: Ronald Andrews W. G. Baxter, Jacksonville; twobroth'ers

F 4 cf her daughter. and granddaughter. Belle. spent H. K. Mills Palm Valley DRUG STORE .
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Anaheim. Caif.have .
V I Mrs. H M. Meyer of Jacksonville the weekend with 'Air. and Mrs.: H. and family of Fla, and J. B. Mills Green
Sun. moved back to Starke" and
nGLENN a -
spent Tuesday to Thursdaywith F Booe in Jacksonville. Cove Springs; two sisters; Mrs.B. .

FORD I her daughter :Mrs. F. W. Mrs. G. K. Bennett of Orlando at present are staying with his H.r riardm, Jacksonville, and
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley We Have Your Welfare Slip. :
I VAN HEFLIN I I Strickland and family. I has spent the past week with Mr. MrsCarrie'Ingram.. Starke; and .

j Mrs. w. H. Nollman spent a few ': and Mrs. Junius1 Smith and Mrs. Andrews. three grandchildren -
FELICIA FARR Car Wash, Tennis'Court Satur- .
Idavs this week at St. Simons J. E. Wilson Mrs Wilson returnedto Funeral services were held at

I| Island visiting her sister, Mrs. T. Orlando with Mrs. Bennett on day.Mr. 1:30p. m. Sunday in the FirstMethodist V, S
ion"fur' :s>wistto*ain-trxa isWSi IL.-i LA3Decti I W. Honnoll
R.
Dy on..IjWES'tnltM: t,DAn*ltaOJWWUPCW W. Oliver. Thursday for a few days' visit. and Mrs. Church with Rev. Don- Registered Pharmacists to serve you :

1- end son; Harold, of W ynesvil1('.' ald Kokomoor and Rev. J. R. 3:

-A m C RS II Jacksonville U C. and Mrs. Mary guests Edwards of Mr. and of' Smith officiating. Burial was in DAY or NIGHT .
\\1Ci K TlL are
New Hope Cemetery with Rev. -
I Visit Our Newly Re-Modeled Showroom Mrs. W. Herlong.. Herman Moody officiating at the I

I I' I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Skidmorand final rit s.* Arrangements were in J I a

II two sons cf Norfolk, Va. are 367 charge-ot the DeWitt C. Jones I' '" -WE ARE MEMBERS .OF: ,, ;
renting the Knight house at Funeral"home:; S

( I and See the Largest'Variety of Lake street. : V American Pharmaceutical Association _
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I at' Sistrunk's
Tomato Plants
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--,; : S.. T.Tins I Final Rites Held t 0V
J. Houpt is in Lakelandand I
Mrs. C. '
V National Association of Retail Druggists aS
"Hebe! Rabbit": Cartoon I Venice visiting relatives from For Mrs:Dibble .

RCA TV's Wednesday to Sunday. I V :
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy.Jr. Sunday Afternoon Florida Pharmaceutical Association
Sun., Mon. :Mar 1, 2 C
were In Boca Grande over th2 .' Mrs. Marcia Anderson Dibble, \

V 30- SETS TO SELECT FROMRCAVictor weekend on business and pleasure.Mr. wife of Edward S. Dibble of ,.

and Mrs. Owen Vaughn ,.

RICHARDWIDMARK pent the weekend in Palatka I,: Starke D'omIng died'at' h suddenly rThome last on Friday NewV; Pay' LESS and get the BEST :

where they attended the Elks Club!
Blandmg-Road. She was a retired .
dinner dance Saturday evening
LEE J. I'registered nurse. .

COBB.TINA and the Ritualistic Contest. of the Mrs: Dibble" was born Dec. 15. I With cur large volume of Prescription Filling we buy most .

Elks on Sunday. Nashville and she
1888 in .Tenn.
LOUISE Car Wash, Tennis Court Satur- and her husband had lived hereabout ,r of our drugs direct from the manufacturer. Thus. you can
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day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and six years. be assured of NEW FRESH DRUGS for LESS MONEY!
Funeral services were held at 3
family visited Mrs. Charles Hardy, S
p.:: m. Sunday in the First Metho- IVV
I Sr. in Gainesville on Sunday. .
I dist Church with Rev Donald S
Friends of Jimmy Hazen who .
I : Kckomoor officiating. Burial was I Sp
I vrculd like to correspond witn -
: ,
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under
e him while he is stationed in
) i the' direction DeWitt C. Jones
I' Augsburg! Germany may do so 2TV'
'Funeral Hcm'e.Recent CDRWROTOR .
j by addressing him: PEt JamesE.
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TECHNICOLOR f | I II I 508) MP Bn, APO 178 New York BirthMr.

.....,..* 'CBP*"RexJ"d bp_Chuck. ,.WIIJIJ...VC VV _Dna r.-!If 'I N. Y. and Airs. Eugene Quimby marvel scans the skies :
ft... **,J Aup. Smu*md NOMIW PMT Guests in the home of Rev. S. VI
of Melrose daughter Keb. 24.
J Grady last Sunday were Mr ,

Cartoon.Plus "Short :snort on Sparts" and and Mrs.Miss Alfred Donna Harmon Lee Murphy Murphy UNowichtovm CARD OF'THANKS V like'radar to pull in better' ;


: Conn., and FranklinG. The kindness and sympathy of

Tues., W d. Mar.\ :3.1 Lee and Marion E. Lee of Lake neighbors and friends in our recent pictures on your set! :

Donley. Big value in Mary. sorrow will always remain :
Fertilizer for flowers, lawns an l
with us a precious Our
table TV. 262 sq. in. picture. Balanced !- memory. _

11 -TflE DIAMONDAND Fidelity FM Sound. Pull-push rardensGroTone Magic Bloom, sincere thanks and gratitude for

THEWOMAN. on-off switch with Stay-Set volume Vigoro at Sistrunk's.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. all those comforting acts.-Mrs., .,.ROTATES AUTOMATICALLY 1 AIMS YOUR ANTENNA .

... Aaron K. Taylcr and family. *?.*
y control. Transformer-powered chassis rto track down the best C straight at the tending .

Both-Both lrretlitt I with improved weak signal reception. possible picture on ever* k.F."4' tower of the channeliR -

Tube-saving power surge resistor. W V channeL ._ j 'Jk, you want.
Printed circuits. Available in 3 finishes. S
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ClllII'IfA Pll.TofIJ_ ctQcs4t4vtL STARK' rjhoiU" .a tk many channels! Like most people, you're probably fUndredM 0'tkovso-ndt of CDR Kolort tart a

l fIOt'II.'Tlii $18'8':00; : H f t hi a location where TV signals come from many directions note in tue.and in TV reception I

JACK PALANC r L( not just the one,jour.antenna was set upto face. areas jut like yours."MOIC ; V
trrdeI Fri, Sat. Feb.. 27, 28 V

ANITA EKBER Three Young Texans WHAT TO DO Aim ITT Make your antenna work 3 or 4 times more STATIONS, Itmi PICTURES. We svi

efficiently! bring ia.t&Vbest"possible picture from any loti of company, from far and cur aid<<
Mitzi Gaynor, Ktefe 'Brassellr, S
NGEL i PATEi ['direction. What yen need is the TV marvel that causes your they all say we get more stations and

: I "Whea ju) an nooft&' b t stud ttt wj W! Jeffrey Hunter nUnna to Circle and Detect like Radar-the CDR ROTOR. kate a better picture than they do. Tb.
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.CAST U OKI-TVO-TUOl Here's all you do to poll in clearer Grit; KOTOB can not be beat.

,t.arper.ltrollrer pictures: -Mr&C.J.McCau.;tat1oa-.K&IIIU
FOR ALL .
1 V ,Cary Grant, Sophia LoirnPIu sTATtoia n EYED IIUHEO or unIX com
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6iS :. Tun Ita cr Skftvtep Direction Selector on CDR'i beau I
OCCASIONSWEDDINGS' Serial Chapter 1't o. 8, and 11 y ia clean and ckar.\\.never receded real
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p CINEMAScor".l" 'Tv. ServiceA11 Cartoon. ,;lift KM Control S Cabinet.JS. pleasure cat of TV till we got the new" .
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I Rotor at ti. fate of your roo/-amema b,..'it in C com CDS ROTOR.1Cwfit CM*.Btmltn.10.SOtlOONBU .

Plus "Smitten Kitten Cartoon SUN., MON., TUES. fklt t ctrcU till you see tkt picture clearer than, ever before. IT IICI I8I101ICI. Even

March 1. 23r ; though my antenna is t very g .4,*r, I-

Thur.. Fri. Mar. 5, 6 Time To Love and 11 Lift par f.ngtr from tit Selector .n4 i oar ante*** aatocouldn't get a true, slarpT image Since! : :

> Work Guaranteed Free Estimate BIRTHDAYS [utieaUy, lot.lt t a portion. installing a CDR KOTOR, my p'ictures are .

A Time ToDie!'
; cJearersharpersteadier.M7utbehaveslike
TYRONE POWER [Simple I I isat U? S 0 way' settle for halt TV? Pall in all
Fully Equipped DependableAll WELL1ANNIVERSARIES John Gavin, Lisa Pulver, Don ; -w.a a brand new one even though the
GET jthe channels TOOT set is equipped to receive-with a thrifty.CDR .
is 45 miIu .
DeFore, Keenan Wynn nearest TV station over "" .
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RADIO & TV \ V per/ecf'TV pictures CDR .

FRIENDSHIP Wed. ,ThuT:: --'March' 4; 5 with a :I rJllIeus :

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PAGE SIX ______ _______ _______ _______ ______ _____ BRADFORD:.COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. FED 26. 1939
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Teen Program New Cadets Join Science Fair Guy Andrews Board Considers j Sell It *

Keystone ,CAP Unit; I Will Represent EEK! Another Purchase Of Rent It Trade It!!

To Be Held
Plans
Shaped Room For OthersRoan United Farm AgencyGuy Friday 13th l New PhotostatThe

.j' WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Next Week
By StudentsSttrient Thomas. Joe Mann. Andrews, Starke realtor Board of County Commissioners :

,Charlie Ellis, Dwight Mitchell. has been appointed exclusive local If you managed to get by last week authorized Clerk

leaders at BHS...under 'and Mack Hall are among the ,The first annual Bradford County -I representative 'for United Friday Feb. 13. without fallingoff Charles A. Darby to investigatethe :o WOROS on I.EM! 0.e Urr1l (MI.t... Claret) __ jn

: recruits in the Keystone Civil Science Fair :will be held in a ladder or breaking a mir- ADOITIOV WORD OVER 2O ___ .
the direction of new City Recre- ;. new :I arm Agency in Starke and:surrounding cost of buying and installing EACH nh ------ 4 PeT W r',
ation Director Bob Benner. have Air Patrol Squadron now receiving the USO on Wednesday, Thursday -, area. The announcement ror don't brag: too soon. Believe t a photostating machine in the I ao% imrnr O* REPEAT n>! F.RTio\-s !SAWE AD
I it or not there's another Ufo ADD1TIO>AL FOUl BLIND ADS OR ADS .NOT PAID t!* ADVANCE.
begun to lay the groundwcrk for instruction in navigation and and Friday. March 4. 5. 6. cas made by C. A. Peterson, general (ccurth:>use. The action was taken I

& 5atui day -night teen-age social weather. Staged on a countywide basis the ; sales manager for the co.njlsny Friday the 13th coming: up in fit a special] meeting of the board

I| Capt. John Dodd of the Keystone displays will include, science proJects -I from its Orlando office. March I last Thursday. CLASSIFIED! :!! Dt%PLAT ________ *-23: frr lack Flrrt 1..."._

program.A : Squadron says there are from Hamptian, Lawtey. I II I A former merchant and county This is believed to be: something Darby aid the 15-year-old ma- $1.00 PF.R INCH FOR SME AD REPEATED O>E OR MORE TIMES
committee composedol !
planning: plenty of vacancies for cadets who Brooker Starke Elementary, and official, Andrew for the past five ef a i freak in the calen- chine nov in use is "just outmo-

Franklin Ritch Frank George Williams.Pattt'n.Hank mUst be 15 years of age or in the Bradford High Schools. j ytars has been engaged in the dar line, and one observer remarks ded and tOrn out." CARDS OF THANK (l> To Ie Word) ---- -___ 12M

Graham. at school [which- that, it happens only O\'F.R M WOHD -------------- 4 C"... Prr WoriMKMOHMI.
Matthews eighth grade The four categories of competition -I real estate and development business "It would cost about $1,500 to
Virginia Erwin. Mary Anges -
I ever comes first: ] with a maximum will 'be: primary, elemen- I in Bradford County. once every 500 years or so. Wewouldn't repair the machine and even then Itt"ouldn't RF.IIOIrrIO%!I 4 .
Jim Hobos and Benny i I 4%D ----- -- h. Ce t Per W.
I! age limit of 21. tary, junior high, and high school.Everyone .I United is cne of the nation'5largest know.'e haven'tbeen \ be capatle o* handlingthe
will"meet at
Williams tonight Waitress XOW. The
around that long. WANTED Kiperienced ultimate in Jlrf'' tlgf'. 500
will receive an
Georgs Patten's house to outline ,. All cadets are given a chance entering sellers of rural real estate number'of instruments we Apply B & O Rej-taurant. Phone >\O ENGRAVED business rard!.'. $19.55:
organi- to fly at the Keystone Airparic award. Ribbons wfll be given for and maintains administrative and have to process.*" he said. "A new 4-M1I U.hlt (price includes plate). Never before
by-laws for the
proposed Sundav afternoons in the Air superior, excellent good and honorable machine would cut the engraving at this low price.
zation and discuss tentative plans on I I local offices in more than 300 Dog Ordinance processing TYPEWRITER AND Bradford County Telegraph tf
Force L-J6 plane assigned to the mention. time by at- least half. It
for election of officers after the communities from coast to coast. Forbids now ADDING MACHINE
,I I Squadron and piloted by senior Among the factors to be con I Roaming Ukes Us a full day to handle the FREE-Double
program gets under way. I BARGAINS cylinder hook up
dfirrrs.I sidered in judging tttfe entrIes will Except On LeashFor processing for one week." for cost of gas OXLT. Slade Gas Co.tfchg..
Benner 'with' the at Coaches See
met group *
< ]! The cadets react at the Airpark te: originality, thoroughness of I Darby said he would contact REMINGTON TOAVELRITERRrpni .

the hgh: !school last week. He said ; each Monday night at 7:30 o'clocic presentation neatness, and knowledge the !benefit. of those in town the Photostat Co.. a concern that ( ..r.wd Mkr Nrit.; ) IMOWK TAX SKHAUKPHOE
the
to use ; I
were
they planning ..
track f 7 !W
USO building from 7:30 until 11:30;i ior drill and instruction. The of project. Baseball, 'who are allowing their dogs to I. specializes: in this type of machine Re*. o.u SelltaK r \\OI-IIU SI w. Pratt M.

on Saturday nights for the pro- piescnt classes in navigation ani I The Fair exhibits will be open roam, here is a review of Article and ask them to submit a price. SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC fall after 5 p. ... Moadar-Fridar.

gram. II weather are being taught by Lt. 'for viewing by the public between Prospects Fair"It 2 of the City Ordinances: He said :a price of $74500 had been PORTABLE All day. Saturday C.. K, liBlrbraon

Johnny Hammond a professor of the hours of 9 a.m. ana 6:30 p.m. quoted him scme time ago. Re*. 2I5.B3 lOt;;, 0114.'O..t ,
chr. 5.
Admittance will be by membership -. All dogs must be licensed and
aeronautics at the ot March 5-6.
University on The Commissioners also
look like a rebuilding gaveR. Snith-Coroaa tut **dIngMarblnr
card only and membershipwill Florida.All Winners from the County year inoculated against rabies. Licenses H. Jones, ceonty road foreman, (office demoB.tr t.r) F.r ale o. BeaBlifal KlBgnlry Lak.
be restricted to students in for the track team and a goodyear I One or two h0mr.
I I cost $I and expire April 1. Reg. a.so-s.m.1It tor 82.34
the 8th to the 12th grades. Mem- boys; interested in becomingCAP Science Fair will take their proj for baseball if we' can come the go ahead on repairing the t'h. bedroom year rennd home or
ects to the District event in Live I It is unlawful to allow dogs to engine of one of the county'strucks. COUNTY two bedroom baajtalow. Kajor Km>d
to BRADFORD
invited contact "
bers will be allowed to bring cadets are I|up with a couple 'of pitchers, fi.i.lI _. l...tli.K. -nutrr rpvrt*. fall
guests. j Capt. Dodd for complete infor- Oak March 19-20. Lennard JWgi.s$er. BHS head run at large. They must be on TELEGRAPH .r aee T. II. Sl .i|_. Rtehr :-..

Membership will cost 75 cents i I rnation. The Science Fair committee invites coach said yesterday..' leash or' muzzled if, not accom- Commissioner E. L. Crawford KK W.I KII

for six months and there will be t i all parents and interested Register said Coach-Dave Hurse panied toy owner or someone responsible -I said the truck motor had been KEROSENESMOKELESS Information on return of White
I
patrons to view the work toeing overhauled and Ltvrr iird Dog lost Sunday.
once before and should
a 10 cents admission charge each I Revival PlannedI done in the field of science by has had his hopefuls limberingup to owner.It .be Commissioner ODORLESS Jan. IS! In trinity of Karke Elling
but
The first six months period for three "*eek."' and replaced H. tons. Contart urke Ellington.
night. I Methodist Youth Bradford County students. expects is the duty of the police to Phone
: A. Bishop and Chairman Harold WO 1- nl1 or0 S-10S1.
will from March 15th to Sept. several candidates 15.9 Per Gal
run more as soon 4
pick up and impound all dogs Norman both maintained it couldbe I tchg %.II!

15th.Director j The young people of the First Rites as basketball season draws to a running loose in the city. These repaired. AT YOUR IMPERIAL FOR TRADi;-17 acre of land ongood
tennis ThursdayFor
Benner said table close. Hurse lost four'key men
: Methodist Church will sponsor a load twel\e .
acres tf this i halxtt.'tn.
and table dogs, if not redeemed within Norman said it would be bet-
dancing: games .
I i-Youth Revival" the week of from his Keystone Conference SERVICE STATION it a 1'. elcrtric. telephonegood .
would be enjoyed by members, March 15. Rev. Ray Robinson and Mrs. ColeMrs. Champs of last year who'won six three days, will be advertised for ter to trade the truck off rather water. Ten miles", to Spencer
in Roan- 'ounty. For house and lotor
with opening; night scheduled for i Rev. John Trundle will deliver cf their seven meets. sale. To redeem a dog the cost 01 than invest $600 in a new engine. Hiway 301 North Starke' acrr.ige' in or near Starke In

March 21. the message and lead the singins. Fred Cole 63. died Mon- The first meet of the season is catching, $2; and a $I per day Bishop and Commissioner M. O. the oil IK-U. Write to Joe Fields,

day in a Lake City Hospital. She board cost must !toe paid. Dogs Harrell agreed. Harmony West Va. Ih'tlg13:!
tentatively.scheduled against Daytona -
.
is cordially invited to
C. W. Schearer Everyone snd her husband resided on High- I not sold are to be destroyed. After the discu? ion the vote .
attend these services. and sharein Mainland in Daytona. March TWO COTTAGES to rent at Ileilbr
:
way 100 southeast of Starke. 13. < was unanimous in favor of re- FISH SHRIMP ..nn Springs: TbnI o"m!! and
Retired Farmer the Christian fellowship with airing the bath. furnished. Modern kitchen
where they operated Michigan i Love present engine.
Tragic
the youth of the community. Reister will handle the base- Story OYSTERSFish equipment. Reasonable rent. -J. T-
Dies At Residence Ranch. Quiirler.CITRl'S.: .
ball team which begins its
prac- Told In War Film
The Rosary was said at 7:10 TELEGRAPHS
ON SALE Dressed If Desired
tice sessions March 9. He said his .
Jas. Edward Bailey I bearing ttps inntainrrgronn.
Carl Wesley Schearer 66, ol P. m. Wednesday in the DeWittC. biggest problem will be finding aI I Coming To ParkOne NOW AT SETZER'S Prevatt Fish Market Also Plum. Carner .\ppl.-
tarke died at his residence 3W: ij Dies In Jones Chapel and Requiem Pear. Hood and Ca.U'nin. Fig
:| Hampton
Temple Ave., Monday night alter i Mass was said at 9 a. m. Thursday -!replacement for the graduated of fhe great tragic love Adding to its conste.a':' growthof I 617 E. Brownlee St. I Grapevines.. ('immonji, ..t.-. Evergreens. -
Curtis McGee in the pitcher's box. Shade Tree, Camellias over
a brief llln ss. Horn in Belle: James Edward Bailey, 80. died in St. Edward's Catholi: stories of the war is told in "A newstand sales in Bradfordand Ph. WO 9-1091 400 Tari.tiel'&al...". fine plants
I McGee received offers from two
Center Ohio. Oct. 30 U92! he was Church by Father Connie Doug- I Time To Love And A Time To I full of bud and bloom. See our
Jin i a Starke Hospital Tuesday I adjoining counties, single I
major league teams after he fin- plants for quality. We 1'watedii
are
8 retired farmer and had lived "
Lake Die at the Park Theatre
: Burial in Crosby playing
| morning after an illness of several'i herty. was inshed school, but has not signed copies of The Telegraph will be WE HAVE a new loan program for miles east of Keystone Height
jn Starke five years. i days. Born in Stuart Miss.. Aug. Cemetery with Wilson Funeral Sunday through Tuesday. farmers. Loans oC I to 6 yean on Hiway loo. Thousands 0' plants.
Besides,his wife, Jennie Walker( Home Lake City in charge of ar- yet. Adapted from the novel by Eric available starting today at Setzer's for the entire credit require. -0. C. Carnrs Nursery Phone >n4.49:0. "
112 1878, he was a retired farmer meats! of the farmer and his family. : Flora bom*. Via tfNO
he is survived Register said he would Super Market in
two have Starke.
chearerf by I and for the past five months had rangements. Maria Remarque also the author Gainesville Production CredIt

daughters, Mrs. Arthur Jeyer,been! residing with his daughter, Besides her husband. she :s experienced men for most of the cf "All Quiet on The Western This is being done for the convenience I Association! ., (20 iiorth JJaln.Gainesville. \lOX.fWX Zenith
Maryyille- Ohio rand Mrs. Irene other positions, but allowed that of weekend Fla. tfch"RADIOS Washing Machines, D-\
(Mrs. Mary Lott, in Hampton. survived by one daughter, Mrs. Front, this film casts a pair of grocery shop- now at -
Lyle of Columbus Ohio; one son,i Ursula Wiley, Detroit, Mich; one he was "hurting for a pitcher" at newcomers, John Gavin and Lisa pers. REPAIRED l1NIhfl'11015F !: tf!(""If
Samuel G. Schearer of j Besides his daughter, he is survived the All )Hake AU H..*teble
Mingo .sJster: Mrs. John Keefe. Ferndale. present. Pulver, as the ill-fated young lovers ..... Charge fmurmmttttMIKPHKRirs : Fur SALE- 'orner lot.
Ohio; and two brothers, Elmer!; I! by three sons, Luther JohnL. Coach Jim Hobbs' basketballerswill caught up in a Backwash involving RADIO A TV situated J2S N. Myrtle St In Pinehacn -
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Mich. and two grandchildren.CARD
and'William L. all of .
Schearer.and Perle Schearer both Bailey lamaa Greta Ow... Sul>di ision. Contact Mm. TVE
I Stuart Miss. finish out their regular sea- one of. civilizations great- W. C. T. O. ::e w. Call $.... Phone woin Henderson at Doyle E (VmnerIns.
cf Belle Center. Ohio. OF THANKS
I est crimes. Starke. Fla. !. Agency. WO t.liOI or WO ,-
Funeral services-were held at The body was sent to Stuart. With deepest gratitude we extend son tomorrow night [Friday] a- Gavin is seen as a disillusioned 1441. 4tihir %-i

:11 a.m. Wednesday in the UeWitt I Miss. where. funeral services will his word of thanks for the)gainst Santa Fe. sofdier who returns from the frontto DRINK NEVER PAYS TO ANY GENUINE with ENGRAVED double envelopes Wedding- 100 Invitations ,

C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Lacy be held with interment in Heed's many kind acts of sympathy, expressed BHS then plays Ribault of find "the victorious fatherland"a GOVERNMENT; : WHAT IT for $%1.9ii. Bradford Cour'r Telegraph Insurance AgentGOOD

Conway officiating, The ''bOdY I I Chapel Cemetery. Local arrangements by thoughtful friends. Jacksonville for a berth in the heap of rubble. STEALS FROM TilE PEOPLE." tf

was sent Belle'Center: .Ohio for were in charge of DeWitt These kindnesses have meant) group tournament at Fernandina Keenan Wynn is seen in a sup FOR RENT-Furnished first floor OPPORTUNITY

burial in Fairview 'Cemetery. I C. Jones Funeral Home. much to uS.-The family of Mar-!Beach March 3, 4, and 5. porting role. (NATIONAL VOICE) apartments.. All Close cnnvpn: in Ipnees.desirable W. location. H.Xnllman. -. I AND ADVANCEMENT

\. cia Anderson Dibble. I I I 228, W. Madson St. tfchg LOCAL TERRITORY


LAKE GENEVA I Qualifications! : Married between

Your Community Calendar of Dates will be presented monthly as a public service by TRAILER PARK I age %,)-1.'). rrsMcnt of Starke one


MAR. H Local Finance Co. Clip the Cal dar'ant''tise( blank p'acew to list dates t be rein em. Large Lots Beautiful- High Dry and I i I ar local n own irferencen.Call dependable. car and have


bered. Organizations invited Calendar"
to
are
use listings. I. $15 MONTH FREE LAUNDRY I MR. SOUTHALL

Large Clean Wash Rooms! Galne.viUe0736
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY SA TURDA Yl' DRIVE-IN' RESTAURANT:

2 3 IS Mi. SE of Starke on SR 100

4 5. 6 7 Phone Keystone Hts. 4320 INCOME TAX

RETURNSPrepared
ELKS LOnGE nOTARY CLUB
.'OJ: SALE-Sundry business in
8:00 P.1\I. Each Wednesday "\VaMo. Fla. Reasonable down pay- j by competent per-

EI \IENTARY 12:15'- im-nt. balanrr monthly. J*axon | son. Years of experience.
JU. WO IAN'S CLU SCHOOL PTA. LIONS CLUn : \ building available. I'h.inp lit 3-:.II.
GO : .Each Mrs. Vivian Knight. Waldo. Fla. CALL TUCKER
8 P.M. 7:30 I.M. j Thursday %Irhl.n; NEIL
7:30 P.M. ''I'
COLLECT
JOIN RED CROSS U. D. C. FOU flf-ST-ii room unfurnished I,
house. 2 bedrooms. Apply R. F.J.n"r"lt. .
MONTH OF MARCH 3:00 P.1\I. .; :2fi! :( Park Plane. :2tp! :!!-J9 \ Keystone Heights 427-1

FOR stii: RATES REASONABLE

8 The remaining lot of II.flQ I rrn
9 10 11 12 1'3 14[ doors telling for iil)... Also reduced
prices on large Ki iz<. windows, used : FOR Jf-XT-Xir-p rottage 2 bedrooms
bath tubs. comodes. lavatories, tafoks bath. hot water. Space hraler -
chairs outside "benches all Large' corner lot Adjoins School
: can be bought at t.ig savings. Need grounds. Phone. J2S81.tchg
'
: )' Regular Meeting LEGION MEETING room for other material. I --

WOMAN'S CLUB BI'W MEETING Dfl: CT Come in and look around whether FOR RENT-Furnished house. 2
T.O. nnADFOnU LODGE 7:30 P.M yon need anything or not. No I bedroom Well located nice lawn
obligation. W. T. Ja.kj.on in rear I. Spa"-e heater. Gas cook stove howet -
.NO.35-F..A.1\I. 3:30 P.M. '1:30"i CONTEST of Big Iiad Factory phone" WO Phone "Wt "-CIII.: tfrhgF.W

4-4001 and ak for Mr. Ohame.
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0. rmplete 3 bedroom homes with
,_. FOR S.\I.F.-I:! volume Encyclopedia every n\enience. Ready for w -
r.ritamica and Dictionary Good' 1 anT: Down payment as low ast1I1.na.

,. .- Condition. Elmer Lewis. :33 JT.. $ See them today.
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16 --r .
15 -- .17 : "'pld', .
18 phone WO 4-2J3I. %tC""lt'iIt
.. .. 20. ';L' 21 %- .\. J. THOMAS REALTOR

!. ." "' :. I :05 temple Ate. Tel \\'-t-ntl
'. : t..t..t'-.J _: FOR SALEIllFI lir.\ Tape Recorder. i

r A-l condition $:iy"00. jf ',
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::: ,.' =-' FOR SALEIJaby rnb and mattress

.' ELKS LODGE IIIGH SCHOOL PTA __ _.. __ .. FOR RENT-S bedroom hon.* Intire In exrelhnt. condition $IJ. Phone
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building site on paved road within ; lrlen'ed and willing to work. Good
: : a few mile of !'tark..rit... p fl. ray .Experienced Only apply atKnnt
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FOR SALE--4 room r. inert blork I'.-" f-abin!', bookcases boats et,
.. houi.I mile Sooth on lid 100 (;eoOi made to order $ee. G. I* t-arl..r.
22..4.: .. 23 24 25' "'. "s,.iT. ;:;:S \\'. I'raUt.. l'h'.ne ::4t N 1ierry $t., Starke. Fla.

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1 .tut Jno jt 4flo./ corner lot electric
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BRAUFORI) I LODGE : : .. '. bus mute 13.000
+, :" t..rmI'hQn< owner at. WO '.16#;

'ON' NO. 35 .F. & A. M. LEGION :MEETING : ..- ... Carrier Air Conditioner 2t..hr r %-5

:. .' ; ; m: SALE-'New 6 ft. base kitchen

i .. :. S'I"\I'KEC'\I'DEN. 7:30 P.M. : .... -f; > : ,_ .' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS rabmet Natural fir. unfinishedComplete : .
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top. SUo
.' CLUB .-.: .. < .. Located at Rutledge'4! Ready: for installation tstarke' Cabin .
: Fish Camp .t W"rl<., Vh0 4- U.
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: '. . Phone 9371 rOR SALFor Trade for cows. 40
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le.t egg; Colonial I Whit. Leghorn
: hens $1 50 ea(-h and 49 Production
29 '. 30 31 : ; : Ct.: .,. ".'J :: : FINANCE PLAN Red hens 12.00 each. All one year

.;. '.t. rid. Ancil Norman. lit 2 Starke,

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g.rls bicrtle. Phone Wo 4-2SSI. U. Dishwasher,
: .'\ '' .' : : WANTED- short order
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: ; -- .'.. : Seven room hou,-.. For Rent. J 1-2 I
: SUNDAY'f # miles out on 501. 'all or write. EV I RENT: bedroom house part-
*-:;!!. Marcus Oriffis. :j 6 7 Ray- I ly furni .hed. 5 miles' on Raifoid
"..r" St, Jaf-knonville. Fla. It.hr ; Pd. $4* per mo. Mrs. Freeman Johns
; { :!i S. Park Place. np
FOR P.ESTbt'drOttm unfurnbh.1
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.- 4.1:ili::. 2trhg; 3-5 !I II Living room, bed: room
bath and all electric kitchen. Mrs
: .IPtRTMK\T FOR RPT J. M. Mitchell. :305 W. Madison st.ltchg.
.. i Bedrooms. Large Living Room. "
;. Dinette off Living Room. Furnished.
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ord floor bungalow. Available Mar. MarkleeStarling.. Rt. 2 Box S2-B
PHONES: let ran WOodUnd 4-lIflfl, I Sarke. Fla. Rlfp
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"Folks Find Us .Friendly" : furnished cottage. Electric
,. ." :1' .: ,._ .Jut: :: '. ''I "herry St. rhone WO '-%' 2. Floyd !j kitchen and enclosed p'reh.a. Cnn.le. -
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... 116 N. 'VALl'.lJT'ST.THREE DOORS FROM POST'OFFICE ..a.:; : Will rare for children hi mj home. }

.".' .' Tit North Church St. 1 fAVAITRESSE > bl.. -k and white hound

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVASTARKE




FLORIDA. THURSDAY, FEB. 26. 1959



KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy <1< i i
I fH Mayor Names

Rosemary Daurer

Group To PlanImprovements
Special Council :MeetingA : riding. Wise riders are live riders' rapur

special Council meeting was Local Air Reserve .
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held Tuesday evening Feb. 17. Squadron In News fjw'f i. v rt
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at 7:30 for the purpose of deciding A story about the Gainesville I ''I T rl

en whether the city should Air Reserve Squadron has been Y ;e,, Li ,:..,

purchase:' a new road grader or nade a part+ of the Congressional 1 I The recently appointed Citizens i l .,u.- r

lave the present grader over- Reccrd by Congressman Billy planning and Advisory Committeefor i I \ r"-cJ .Lg \
ruled. After a discussion of the Matthews.: The story was originally Keystone i..ghts held its 01- ,

roblem, the decision:; was to have carried in the "Air Reservist." ganization meeting Monday aUcr- .. r -. !
he present grader over-hauled. The story covers a portion of the :noon at 5 p.m. I, ..,.. i'fa.. .;-..'

The Florida Equipment Co. of personnel assigned to the 9886 Air ,. a Officers elected were: Frank M. -

Jacksonville will do the jcb for Reserve Squadron commanded by ;I Walrath Jr. chairman: Klbert! Alt-,:, 1
1110. The grader should be ready Lt Col. C. J. O'Connor of Key- { man, vice chairman; and Mrs. Kertj I ,, jf

y next week. i iliitoBicycle i(stcne. Bert ChrLstoffers and Paul 4 |I Christ;>ffers, secretar Uther > .
Accident Holmes of Keystone are also ( members of the committee are ,
'members of this squadron. X. W Hardenbergh Jr. Frank \\' I[
Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 17, at ., Fark-Of-The-Palms. Speaker __ I Harris Jr.. D. W. Shacklefcrd. and ; Redfearn's Awards i! fray Making the presentation uW. color TV party' the Woman'sHub
[4:45: p. m., Kenneth Mooney age ilrs. Camille Stewart. I i H. Redfearn. president ot the from 7 30 until 9 o'clock.
7, lost control of his bicycle ani : The Speaker at the Part-of-the! f' The committee was appointedlast I Sewing Machine; I company. The public is invited to see the
: Palms from March 1-6 will
be
drove in front of an automobile j, At right is Mrs. toy Walking Terry Como show! "in living color"
Dr. week by Mayor M I. L. Beas-, Presents Color TV I
V. Raymond Edman, j jW
driven by Robert Knox Mr. presi- r I ,
I rresident of the Keystone Heights and take part in a free door prize
i dent of Wheaton iey to assist in planning and make
Knox unable to stop in time col- 1! "Fi'hin College. recommendations for needed improvements C. BTon left 1 was the : Woman's ,Club, who drew the winning -, drawing for three RCA radios.
News
lided with Kenneth and his bike.! I and future of proud winner of the Wizard port- nun X'r. Every: lady attending will receive
growth
resulting in a cut in Kenneth's''j The first entry at Keystone I Keystone: Heights. able sewing machine given away.1$ This Saturday night Kedfearn's a gift of a meat thermometer. and

chin. The boy was taken to Dr. Heights in the Clay County Fishjh.g The committee will meet priorto by Redfearn's appliance store in 15 playing hot to the people of, each teen-ager attending win be

Christoffer's office where he received j Tournament was made by 1 1I I the regular Council meeting on keystone Heights on Valentine's Keystone heights and area at a:given an RCA phonograph record!
I Mrs. O. J. Murrhee cf Keystone.
a few stitches in his chin. j
he second
Tuesday after the first j
md then sent home. Let's hope !She entered a Black Bass weigh- Monday in each 'I Night dinner. Monday Feb. 23. | community are urged to be careful -
month and
11 I liiig 8 lb.. 13 oz., caught in Lake mIl while burning brush and trashat
the boys and girls who ride make its recommendations to Joe Daurer. who was an Army HEALTH FACTS
[Geneva on a shiner on Feb. 23 this time of year. Damage can
[bicycles in Keystone learn a lesson Mayor Beasley who will, in turn War Correspondent in Europe i "
j'iin the early morning. be p-Kircmtly:: high from uncontrolled i
from Kenneth's accident and during Wcrld War II. talk:
Wm. Lee And Operator present them to the Council. Thenext gave a
Sunday moaning Feb. 22 Paul woods fires. The \irtinnal Safety Council re-
heed.. the rules of "safe" bicycleLEE'S meeting of the committeewill about the life and strange phe-
,I Tyre caught ten speckled perch. Rotary: C'hib News port that rout of 14 people wwtflsuffer
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be on March 10, r-omena of Theressa Neumann the
( I Who said the perch weren't biting Ski Belts Made At KeystoneSki Ctigmatiit of Konnersreuth Ba- | The speaker for the Rotary !' an accidental injury thicar.

DRIVE-IN ? I varia. He also showed a numoerof meeting this Friday Feb. 27. will I'> i
School News March of Dimes with their "Mo lx I Dr. Charles Tate of the University .\ of the Slat Work
\Celts, ski ropes, plastic foam Also pictures he took relating to survey
THEATREPhone Gene Williams president of owner of Lee's Drive-In thers March on Polio" a few a': Florida. He will spear man' Compensation!' case iadirat
this unusual
boat cushions! and boarding ladders : experience.
Theatre
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the PTA opened the meeting last and Lee's Boats & :Motorsat weeks ago. on Bacdad! and his travels in Iraq I nl that bark injury cases tinder
4113 are being turned out by am. Keystone; Heights, Mr. Lee is The New members were brought into -
next
Thursday evening, Feb. 19. A meeting of the Junior. and how pictures and slides of Chiropractic care:
Keystone Heights, Fla. ncmm ting committee was selected \\". mall industry at Keystone I an energetic person who likes to I Woman's Club will be held tonight the club at this meeting. They that country. i
'I Heights to supply increas- were Frank Harris Leamon 1,1Vere returned to work in
an ever and
seep more than one iron in the in the half
: to set up a slate for officersfor Club House. Thebusiness New Resident Of Keystone
ing market. Ward who is in the barber ihf time required by other meth-
1959-60. The committee consists fire at a time. He recognized the meeting will be follow- partner Martha Jane Schaeffer. weighing -
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FRI., SAT.. SUN. Lee's Featherweight Products. i shop. I lair| ,
of E. T. Martin chairman ever-expanding market for aquatic 'I tby? a talk on "The Role of 6 lb.. 9'2: oz. made her first i
Feb. 27, 28 March 1fmcnoi Gay Livingston, and Les Beasley. owned and managed by Wm. Lee i goods created by boat-loving Public Health in Our Community" Seven guests from the Down- appearance at the Bradford : 2. The average rot was about
The executive board authorized I tat left above 1 can turn out ski Americans, and took the opportunity bv Dr. A. Y. Covington. town Lions Club of Jacksonville !J County Hospital in Starke last one-third I 1.1.

1ht_,r.,..., the purchase of a reading labor- the belts its fastest selling item, at' t to buy out a small plant in I I' The Sadie Hawkins Dance,. attended this meeting and one of i[Tuesday evenina.! Feb. 17. She is To !vnrtime' and S S 9 S .e*
.wu+eican.own rate of 480 per day when inl'St. Augustine and move the equip- sponsored the the guests gave a report on the I I
dig atory for the 3-4-5 grades. by Junior Woman'sClub i row at home with her parents. yarn. Chiropractor
F..e.y i Mayor Les Beasley gave a talk full eduction. Pictured with Mr. rcent: to Keystone Heights.He 'I' last Saturday night was attended i Lions State Convention which will Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer today.

:, on the PTA Founders Day pro- i Lee is one of his sewing machine' is well pleased with the reception by about 70 teen-agers.1 be held in the new Robert Meyer on Peach Street. i i' You are entitled to Chiropractic

gram. Following the mayor was operators, Mrs. Ernest Davis. i his products have had, !] Rcba Hall and Tommy Thompson Hotel in Jacksonville in May. I[ Nlumber Party At IIardenberghs| are under the State Workman's I
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1rr |I Dr. Waldemar Olsen Doctor of Other operators; are Mrs. Alice not only in the U. S., but in several wen the "Bop" contest and the Recentl)'. Miss Mertz of Clay Dee Dee Hardenbergh had' a (probation Art.

i I Education from the University of Tucker and Mrs. Gertrude Link, foreign countries as well, and Fox Trot contest was won by County Welfare, gave the Lions I I Slumber Party for some of her I rnoxE:
1 I Florida, who talked about the lit- I while Mr. Lee does the material he plans to expand his plant as Kenny Brice and Mike Adams. An Club two dozen frames for glasses I friends on Friday. Feb. 20. The

tle country of Nepal accompanied i cuttinz himself. conditions warrant. excellent quartet from Melrose for their program to provide girls had lets of fun even though : The
I provided the music and entertain- glasses for underprivileged chil they didn't accomplish much
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color slides of the
country. two weeks
MIRTill n 'jby ago.
Dr.
ment. They were: Danny Pridgeon. dren. I I "sluml,eriug'! The girls attending I H. G. Bollinger
Civil Air Patrol
KEYSTONEJEWELERS The rocm:; prize was won byMr. Dance
guitar and vocal; Mark Ga- At the Co-op meeting on March I the party were Roberta Sibley. Chiropractic Offices
LESLECARONMAURICE I : Knox's room with 61 per cent The Civil Air Patrol has '
recent-
!1 I bordi, guitar: Stephen Ashley, 26. the Lions will have a booth I Rcba Hall Mary Ann Schaeffer.\
CHEVAlIER attendance. a St. Patrick's 426 X. Walnut St.
LOUIS JOUROANtCRMOTC I Day Ball on Sate, drums, and Tommy Prevost vocalist st which they will try to raise i! Deanna Lee. Nancy Sutton. Thanre
i Expert Watch Repairing i Party For Newcomers urday. March 14 the I Phone WO 4-2881 Stark
at Skytel-i i -
G&GOUJ EVA aged I II Refreshments were served money for this program j Brokas. Barbara Ann Wheeler
JACQUES BERGERAC.sAeti ..LUGc.w..rer..ono. I Quality Line Jewelry i I A party was held for our new feystone; Airport from 8 p. m. til. bv chairman Kitty McGlave. Decorations lire Department News j I and Margaret Muir.. or

I I Walter M.\ Muhlhofer residents, Mr. and Mrs.. C. H. Soda, ice, appetizers, and music I I by Janet Akridge. The: The Fire Department was very | First; Baptist Church" 7Z8 E. University -

Pper. by Mr. and Mrs. Charles gill be furnished all for the priceof chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. E. busy last weekend with five woods The WMU will hold a mission Phone 6-3238 Gatoevtn

Wallenius on Saturday afternoon. $3 per couple. Akridge. Mr. and Mrs. T. Garnar.Mr. fires. The people of our town and 1 [Continued on next Page
4I About 35 guests attended this The Civil Air Patrol has recen-I I and Mrs. C. McGlave and -

"neighborhood Fish Fry", consuming Iy gained two new members. They I Mr. and Mrs. D. Morgan.
To The People Of 50 lbs of fish which was are Capt. Carl Benson and Ver- I I Lions Club News 9fiWIQc4d4i COLOR TV TO KEYSTONE

furnished by the Wallenius' and non Carlson who is a retired Merchant i,!: The Liens have moved to a new
the neighbors. Out-of-town Marine captain. i' thanks to Lion
guests meeting! place
Keystone Heights and Vicinity were :Mr.: and :Mrs. Herman L Junior Woman's Club News i|:!! Frank Jones. It is the room be- HEIGHTS AND VICINITY
Dyers of Jacksonville Mrs. Mar- The Club is proud to announce I''hind' the barber shop. The first .

gsret W. Boutelle of Gainesville. hat they collected $78.43 for the meeting held there was a Ladies ,

Mr. and Mrs. Gecrge Watson of .

\Ve wish to take this opportunity to %Williansburg. Va., Mrs. Hilda t
Talos of Gary. Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Come One
thank for wonderful -IluE1i iit REFRIGERATOR :; 4p
you your patronage Stanley Burtcn cf Walden. N. Y.
The honored guests, Mr. and Mrs.
you are now giving us and Piper. thoroughly enjoyed their
Come All!
invite often party and stated "we don't know ;
you to come over more f.- --
vhy everyone's doing so much for i

and enjoy our delicious food at mod- us but we sure do like it". f .


erate prices.WE Color Redfearns TV Introduced is hosting a Color TV : !I r l .:. II a a w' I Redfearn'sColor

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HAVE A LARGE PRIVATE DINING ROOM: Party in the Woman's Club this I 1 }
Saturday night starting at 7:30. I i TV
CATERING TO CLUBS. AND PIU'ATIPAnTIES ;
The people of Keystone and area :
:are invited to come see the Perry I It i

CALL WO 4.9291 FOR DETAILS Como show in "living color" ant 3 : ; t. : : : 4 II t : PARTYKeystone f
STARKE FLA. stereophonic sound. Three radios i ic
will be given away as door prizes: I I

and there will be a nice meat :
CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS thermometer for every ladv attending kI f -

l and an RCA record for _
teerager. Refreshments too. ; .t--l
every %- w _
I Sounds like fun. Let's go! Everything I
free. No obligation, ofourse. HeightsWoman's

GARDEN RESTAURANTGeo. (' I Ii i sT .
Mr
Chamber: Of Commence
Kopelousos. Owner Johnny Kopelousos, Mgr. An executive committee made I

up of members Frank Walrath, ,
N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
Lindsey Walker. Huntley Red-

fearn Jr.. S. E. McKay R. StricK- a-
Club
land D. Shackleford G. Wiggins,
and Mrs. Joe Daurer met with
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'y the Jacksonville Ski Club and J. + c RCA Victor Mark,*Serle! ./"Living CoIor"J
D. Henderson last Thursday evening Sat t Feb.b 28
Your BankIs
at the Keystone Bank. They TV! Full 260 sq. in. viewable area. Receives in sharp, ,
I clear black-and-white, tool! New dark-tinted safety
discussed the possibility of holding -
the Southern Water Ski glass brings greater brightness and contrast. Has
( The BestWATCH
improved Balanced Fidelity FM Sound.Improved"Color- 7-30 9'Quick" 00
Tournament in Keystone Height Model 8EJ12 -- LIST PRICE 449.95 -
in 2 handsome finishes.
Beauf
this coming July. tuning., fully styled


)2 9 DOG! looking The Chamber for any good of Commerce sharp pic-is Redfearn's 95 See The PERRY COMO SHOW "In Living Color!"

# tures of cur community showing

water scenes churches, the school REFRESHMENTS
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The safest place to keep your money is in the bank a brochure on Keystone'

Heights. If :you have any pictures Price FREE Meat Thermometer to
easy to get when you need it safe when you don't. that might be used in this brochure RCA Victor Radios

please contact Mrs. Joe,
Open a Savings .Account with us today. Accounts insured Each Lady Attending!
Daurer. phone number 4331.

by F.D.I.C. A held budget at the committee bank on meetingwas Tuecay. $..- The Chance Of A Lifetime! 3 Given Away FREE Record toAS .

FREE RCA Victor
Feb. 24. for the purpose o f
DOOR PRIZES
BANKING HOURS Mon thru Thurs. setting up a budget for the Cham- 12 Cu. Ft., 2 Zone, Combination Automatic Defrosting Each Teenager: Attending!
ber for the coming year. (NOTHING TO BUY)
9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M.
Girl Scout News Reserve Cold Power, Keeps Food Fresh up to Twice as
DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon. thru Thurs. About 50 girl scouts from the
9:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. Keystone and Melrose area attended Long. Rolls out from wall for easy cleaning. Dairy- COME HAVE A BALL AS OUR GUEST.rr.

FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Thinking Day program atI j .
Stor Door Shelves. ,
I St. Anne's Parish House last Friday Deep

.. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY afternoon. Mrs. Norma Vall-
tiejuli was the guest speaker. A

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA lowed question Mrs.and Valldejuli's answer session talk. Re-fol- Redfearn'sKeystone REDFEARN'PHONE

freshments were served by troop

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community 190 who had sponsored the pro-

Keystone Heights. Fla, gram. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Troop 190 had a first aid lecture 9391
Member F.D.I.C. Heights Fla.
and demonstration by Mrs ...
Libby Campbell at their meeting I



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;;;;;:Yvwvvvvvvvvyiyyyvyyyy.' --- by transfer, please contact the Mr. and Mrs. T. E Garnar, Jr. TTTTTTTYTTTMELROSE.. ,:." ,..,..! Wise,.-John "Allen Charlotte AddiSon -- -
'" Mrs. R. C. King and family of bronn visited the H. M. McKaes. I
Jl nist r, Dr. Albert Holt. j ;.ho ars now living on Silver I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
F K EY" S: QN'EHIGHLIGHTS: St. Anne's Epscopal ChurchM. l.akc. : i Sharon Miller Becky Mathows' Jacksonville. Little Danny and Jimmy Mcliae!, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS'1A.
: Kenneth 't mlinS. n:Jchn- Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier visit- ('If Starke spent Sunday night with
J. R. Ralpn
Smith
; H. Breyfogle, vicar of St.Annes Sam Gardner's father and uncle *Lny Regan- and Vicki Gornto 5th ed Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. pastor.
Copeland Minister of Music and
and Trinity Church in Gus Gardner and Andrew trade' Heidi .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAContinued By Joyce Rotbhammer; ; Chiappini, and Jo- and their granddaughter who W. McRae. church
to Melrose is to be ordained to the Gardner of Charleston, W. Va. ( [Ann Eichelsderfer 6th'grade: has5" the measl S. Miss: Judy Cason of Jacksonville Services org&nist.: Sunday School 9:45a.

a ( from Page One] priesthood. The ordination date are visiting the Gardners. The 'A&aa.. & && "& AA A Maik Lawrence, Wade Matchett, Miss Patsy Sapp and Mrs. Ro- visited her parents and grandpar .
.. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
has been tentatively set for Monday Gar ars and the Gardners had Chtarles' land Gecrge Wod y, 7th grade: sie Reddish visited the T. eats Sunday and also attended
Mr. and Mrs. Crowell C. Training
6:45 Evening
study at the church on Tuesday, Union : p. m. -
: in Holy Week March 23, at dinner! together'last: weekend. T:
Tiudie Morris, Margaret Slade, Eiland church here.
family of Judy is a
of Jacksonville 'WIere'gUles Hampton, Sun- graduateof
lastSaturday services 7:30 .
March 3, at 9:30 Mrs. James s p. In.St.
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avm. 10:30 a. m. in Trinity Church in E.:
Gainar. Sr. Jr. High
was
a Virginia
[ Ford and Carol Roth- Massey Business College and is
Puckett chairman : oTMr. arid MthAtoseh: :
mission study: day.Mr.
: will be in charge. The book Melrose. teacher of Sam Gardner in Charleston DcLuca, lecentnewconeisjto: ; Me- hammer 8thgrade; Jeanette and Mrs. Earl Mosley's Sun- now employed with Twentieth Century WJliam's Catholic Chapel

"Ways of Witnessing", will be The Holy Communion next and the families have! r e: I Afcrano and Larry Linsin, 9th day visitors were Mrs. Lois Hin- Fox Film Corp. Keystone Heights

Sunday is to be an instructed< known each other for many years. I hade: Maida Griffin Dale Fallin son and son and Mac Davis of We are sorry to report the illness Suncuy! Mass at 8:30: a. m.
: taught by Mrs. T. S. Oglesby! Mrs.Leamoh Col. and Mrs. H. R. ;Phelps
escorted -
Eucharist to aid the congregatiori Don't forget Redfearn's Color i Calvin O'Steen, arid Carol Jacksonville. of little Sue Crosby and wish Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.
S Ward Mrs: Cora Marsh- their grandchild Heidi,
in their worship and to inform IV Party at the Woman's Club Hansen.- 10th Pat her a speedy .
grade Preston
: Ronnie McClellan and Mr. and recovery.Miss Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.
: burn, and Mrs. Puckett. A cov David, Nicky: and 'RoIi in Chiap-
them of worship. All recently con- Saturday night, 7:30 till 9. Free Beth Pierce Bill Pace. and Janet Mrs. Bobby McClellan visited the Joice Crosuy 0: Jacksonville Confessions before all Masses.
served
ered-dish luncheon will be pini.! to the Junior Teniiis Matches -
firmed persons and those interested door prizes, souvenir gifts, re- Weaver, 11th.grade: Brenda:! McGuire Leslie McClellans Sunday after- spent the weekend here with Baptisms, marriaees and instructions -
at noonhour.The Ocala.
at They stopped to say
: in confirmation, should freshments. You're invited.Mr. Hene Strickland, Becky noon. t.er parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. by appointment.ST. .
; I'ello Mack Oalarneau former
of to ,
Annie Armstrong week avail themselves of this worthwhile and Mrs. Charles McGlave Brice, Jessanna Terrell, Joy Mor- Visitors at the home of Mr. and Crosby.Mr. .
prayer will be held at the church owner of Jean's Restaurant.Mrs. and Mrs. ANN'S EPISCOPAL
opportunity.The lis. and Dot Price, 12th grade. Gene Petcher ot
visited: Mrs. McGlave's parents in Mrs. Clyde Griffis last week were I
: on Friday, March 6, at 9:30 a. m. A. C. Spires visited her CHURCH, KEYSTONEM.
vestry has decided Melrose Teams Bow To Bell Jacksonville spent Saturday night
that the Daytona ]last Sunday. Charlie also; Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Griffis and
Mrs: Stella Stanley; prayer chairman Friday lenten service would be attended the NASCAR race, Sun mother, Mrs. Evans, in Mullins; It was a double defeat for the family, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gas- with the H01.. McKaes. While1 I II. Breyfogle, Minister

: will be in charge of the pro- given to the building fund. C.William Melrose Bulldogs last week as theBdl kins, Mrs. Leslie.. McClellan, Mrs. here a week ago visiting Mr. and | Morning Prayer and Sermon.

irain. A covered-dish luncheon St. Williams Catholic Church day.Mrs.. F. C. Schneider of Middle- Chiappini spent the Bulldogs eliminated both the Nim Futch Mrs. LUlie Morgan,I Mrs. Dave Panik, Mrs. Petcher tell ; 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a, m.
: will be Beived.Community weekend with his brother and siS- girls and boys from, the tourna- and broke her left arm. We wish j i Holy Communion each first Sunday -
Mrs.
The Catholic Club will have its ton, N. J. is visiting the Al Wat- Ruby Crawford Mrs. Annie
Church monthly meeting and church supper sons this week.; Mrs. Schneider is ;ter-in-law, Mr; and Mrs. Francis m nt.. Rosier, A. J. Crawford, Earl Mos-I her a speedy recovery. ,I Parish Supper each third

: } ev. lacey: 'Harwell] minister on Monday March 2, at 6:15P. : Al's sister. Mr. Schneider will be :Chiappini and Ia mily.. Frustated Dy an all-court press ley. Mrs. Daisy Pringle, Britt i Wednesday. 6:30 p. m.That's -

4 tc -th?, Presbyterian students at m. m Keystone this weekend to join ':Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and by the Bell team. it took Melrose Rosier Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDonald COMMUNITY CHURCH OF I

I. the University of Florida will | PersonalsMr. his wife and they will leave to jon, Johnny, went to Charleston, nearly two minutes to get the ball and children and Gary) KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I II I

speak on missionary work in the and Mrs. George Watson tour the state.: H. C. and visited their son. Geor- past half-court. At the end of Walker. | Dr. Albert C. Holt. Minister 701005I

: Middle Eat and 'the Dead Sea left Keystone on Tuesday for a Mr. and Mrs Al Watson attended ?e. who is stationed there. three minutes play it was Bell 15, R. N., A. J.. and Stanley Craw-
: Scrolls" at:the, general me .tmg'of. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. a Banner Food Store Banquet Mr. and Mrs. H.W.\ Tyler have Melrose 1. It was 46-18 at half- :ford visited relatives in st.1 I Choir Director.

4 Womerr-Df-'the1 Community Lavely of St. Petersburg, formerlyof at the Green Turtle in Jacksonville lerurned from a tvPo-weeb trip to, time and the final score was 72- Marys Ga. Sunday. They also Services: Churcn School 9:4&' lefififi
.
I Church on Tuesday March 3, at Keystone Heights. The Wat- Leesburg. I visited Mrs. Kizzie Chism who is'' a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.I'i I
the
Sunday. The speaker at
: 7:30pr.. m. .sons will return to Keystone this H. W. Tyler Jr. c f Tallahassee 46.High scorers for Bell were a patient in a Waycross hospital. -- - w
banquet Crawford of
was Ralph -
The congregation is cordially invited [weekend. rent last weekend vrith his parents -. Wayne Welch with 26 and Ronnie Arthur Green of Norfolk. Va. I

: to attend 'a reception in The D. M. Christoffers family Banner Keystone.Food He is stores.comptroller His talk of was the Mr. and Mrs. .H. W. Tyler, Mathis with 15. Larry Cooper led spent the weekend here with his ''V I t I Our BuainttsIf

0 honor of Dr. and Mrs. Holt to- and friends attended the Gainesville Sr. I the Melrose Bulldogs with 18 family. I wIr:
I
on "Incorporation of Small Busi- It's Glass We Hare It!
-
: right, Feb. ,26...at 8 p. m'. in the Horse Show last weekend. nesses." Margaret Janes spent the weekend points. Forty-nine members of Evergreen 4
Educational Building Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Piper visit- with her mother. Mrs. Flor- The Bell girls slipped past the attended the mass meetingat CALL WRITE or VISIT

q Youth Fellowship will meet on ed Mr Piper's mother, Mrs. Mary We are happy to hear that Dan ence Janes. Margaret attends the :Melrose girls by one point as they Heilbronn Church Thursday .

: Friday Feb. 27, at 7:30"p m. in Piper in Lake Butler last Thursday Reamer was released from the University of Florida. played in the semi-finals at Bron- rJght and won the attendance Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

: the Educational Building.If hospital last Sunday and is now Mrs. Jean Allen apd children ton Friday night. Melrose came banner .

anyone desires ta join the 'Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Garnar Sr. at home recuperating.Mrs. cf Chattahoochee were in Melrose from far behind in the final quar- Let us not forget to pray for ANY GLASS NEED

church during the fiaster season, of Charleston. W Va. are visitin Mare Reed and Mr. Franc %last week from Tuesday to TIrs- ter to lead. but the Bell lassies our coming revival in April. We Design Modern Store Front

: v/hethcr'Dy professiorrof faith or the'r son and daughter-in-law ? celebrated their respective (iay. Tuesday night, they were the regained the lead. Melrose missed Evervone is invited to attend 1
f birthdays on Saturday, Feb. 21. guests of Mr.. and :!Mrs. W. W. f.ur free throws'in the last minute homecoming at Heilbronn Church Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maneringof Elasingame.! The rest .of the visit of the game that could hav3zreant Sunday, Mar 1. Table Tops

.. KEYSTONE. BfipXRTMENT.' STORE Keystone have returned froma they stayed with Mr. and Mrs. victory. Imogene Philmari: I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 243534JL71F1ORY.

: : Men's\ M'mien'sChI1cfren's.. Clothing & Shoes two week visit in Daytona. Ovid Gar.o. I was high scorer for the game with ..VVyyyVyVwVyyyVvyyyVVVV'FLORAHOME I .

.. Charles Frercks of Jersey City, While here- Mrs. Aljpn was' fetf ]i 18 points while Ilene Strickland I

: SPORTS_ WEAR SPECIALTY N. J. is leaving'for home this Sat- d with two parties\ The first collected 13 for Melrose.

urday. He has been visiting his given by Mrs. Ovid Gafto; was attended This is the nearest the Melrose AND GRANDIN

: : Keystone Heights. Lucile Foster, Owner cousin Madeline bv about 15 gueitts-. Decorations girls have come to winning the
Smith for the
.* ,
**- 5 & rtf ,
I. -p past three months. He has also for the' occasion |vcre plum conference for many years. Mostc By Dane

tiaveled'over most of our state Dos$ ms arid azaleas. Mrs. Allen the first string will' graduatethis &&A..a.a..i.&A i1

this winter. was, also guest of honor'of a card spring and coach Gerry Jackcn AT
j 1 BLUE PINES BAR & GRILL party given by Mrs. W. W. Bias-I I: will have to rebuild the team Raymond Winters and little
Raymond Mann of Lake Gen- ir'game' next Those graduating will daughters! attended church servIcest
eva is in the Bradford County We are happy to hear that Mrs. year. Paran Baptist Church in Uran- PRICES
be Hene Strickland, Marcia Hil-
p Hiwar 100 4 Mi. East of Keystone Heights Hospital in Starke this week dm last Sunday.Mrs. .
back teaching
( Ayleen Smith is Hard Myrtle Ridaught, BeckyBiice -

GRILL NOW OPEN SERVING Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Henderson school at Melrose High after a Joy Morie and Dot Price. Garrett Dinkla and little 1 QUART OR GALLON
flew to last for Claudie, and Mrs. DinIzIa's -
Daytona
Sunday daughter,
General Hospital
..... visit to Alachua The girls had previously beat
I : STEAKS :; SHRIMP CHICKEN PIT BAR.B-Q the 500 mile NASCAR race. They Duplicate Bridge tie Bell girls by a 10 point mar- sister-in-law Mrs. Irvin Tyreof J

B : SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS returned to Keystone and left on Attention Melrose Women! Fin. Hillcrest, were shopping in

Monday for Ft. Lauderdale to Want an opportunity to get away Friday night the teams will go Starke last Saturday.Mr. .
: Phone Keystone Heights 4072 visit the Dykes who are summeriTsidents the and Mrs. Howard Young Sr.
from it all and enjoy company to Bunnell for a game and Tues- FREE
... of Keystone. Mrs. Pran of friends for a few honrs? Here'sthe I dnywill: find them on their home have as house guests, Mr. and
-- Livingtsbn flew down with the perfect answer to 'yourpro- court hosting Seville. Mrs. Chmtman and Mrs. Bailey.I

: Hendersons: and visited in West sandwich and a. The Christmans and Mrs. Bailey'
: blem. Just! get a PTA Founder's Day ProgramThe
ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE Palm Beach. friend and come to' the Woman's Melrose PTA celebrated are from Philadelphia, Penn. and I

2 Mrs. Al Nelson's sister, Mrs. J. Club each Tuesday morning at Founders Day at its regular meeting are touring Florida. YOU BUY
: : Bedrooms, Dining Area, Living Room, Kitchen, Tile Mrs. Zane Hudson and children WITH EACH QUART OR GALLON
i-iG
Wrigh; of Wilson N. C, and This
10 for duplicate bridge. is with discussions -
Bath, HardwOod Floors Floor Furnace, Lots of Stor- Mrs. Wright's daughter, Mrs. Joe not limited to members of the ,Monday about night to group improvethe Sherry, Tammy and Patti, of Pa-

: : age, Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in Clark and baby' Sharon of Green- Woman's Club, but is for any woman school., Prior ways to the discus- lafta: visited relatives in Grandin PRICE STARTS AT $2.00 QT. $3.98; GALLON

: : tQ":I!, near shopping! doctors, beach; an'churches.. vile N" C. are visiting the Nelsons interested. There is a break i.finns.a business meeting.was held. last Friday.

S I Financing arranged. Far above average, on well land- this week: about noon, for sandWlcnes"Jd Mrs. Lena Clemens presided in Mrs. A. G. Hinson returned to MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
,. ...... Grandin last Friday evening from
-wish to
C. Sample's
I scaped lot. J.. family: tftffee: u A oJDon" the absence of Mrs. Torn Odon< Miami.
thank the many friends who have worry if you can't play, The purchase of a dishwasher, 'visiting her children in 355 N. Temple Are. Starke Tel. WO 4-8565 \
i sent'cards' and plants to Mr. youll learn. It promises to be a I which was one of the projects Mrs. Myrna Johnson of Newt
S. E. I IA( Y
EAL TOR her sister
-- Sample while he is in the hos- wonderful way to spepd the h.s been taken out of the hand3of York City, is visiting
pital. Mr Sample is improving J which and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. \
mornirig. the PTA by the county, ..
: Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051--4151--4209 and hopes to be home soon. Woman's Club has agreed to install a dishwash- B., J. Alderman of Grandm for a

.. .. Mr. and Mrs. laW few days this week.
: Kyle have The president. Mrs. A. J. Witherrpoon -. rr when they find one that will
'" :I been having quite a few out-of- presided at the regular: fit; into the cafeteria. Mrs. John F. Herring Sr. is ill j
Starke this' WRGR RADIO
at
town visitors! 'lately. Mr. and": Mrs. business and social luncheon of i It was agreed to spend part of ,in Doctors Hospital I

; KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY II. R. Brakeman: of Syracuse, N. the Melrose Woman's Club.A I I the money appropriated for the week.Mrs. E. S. Brantley and three'f fyoungeSt

Y were their guests last week. community project was discussed -i dishwasher to !buy new curtainsfor and her mother.
children
: : DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE This week. Mr. Kyle's aunt Mrs. by the members being' to / the front of the stage.In Mrs. Ruth Reed, of Swan Lakel),

I W. W. Herflttz of Welch, W. Va. work with the Lions Club in securing other business it was agreedto in Gainesville Mon-' TEEN-TIMERS

is visiting them"Mrs. : a Doctor for Melrose. sell the hams left over from were shopping ,
,Day Phone Nite Phone Francis Muir Sr. of Ar- announced .
SAF GAS Mrs. Fred Mason the ham supper to' the cafeteria.In day.J.
: 4351 ,- lngton N.-J. is visiting T. Merritt of Dallas Ga. wasa
Keystone
(.!. 1 ., 2582 thr date for the Vogue Fashion the Room Count the 4th and business visitor in Grandin last
k : '
.I. her son and daughter-in-law, Show in which club members ate" 11th grades were the best represented Saturday afternoon. TELEPHONE TIME
COOKING HEATING Mr. and'Mrs. Lewis Mufr. The show will be in elementary and high
WATER HEATING participating. Mrs. Warner Weseman and twograndchildren
The Herb Nelsons are grand- March20 at 1
evening school.A .
< ,held Friday of Gainesville spent
Ialents"cf a" baby girl, born td Parish House.: brief was given by BY POPULAR DEMAND)
Most Complete Line of House Heating Equipment In North i the program Sunday in Grandin with relatives ( )
their t aught r. Mrs. Sue Symanski -
I An interesting program was the Boy Scouts of Troop 109. This

4 ,Florida. If You Plan to Add H afThls'1ntf'r' See Us First lastTeek"' : : THey hope td'leave given by Mrs. Allen Graham,, reviewing was in commemoration of Scout .. .. .. .. .. .. -' 1

.. for Wilmington. n&. to see1 their I the book -Dr. Zhivaga" Month.
-- -' --
: _: i p ... --- .. --. ......- new grand-daughter thL1"weet.. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Following the Scout program FNE'LE'V'EIMrs. STARTS MARCH!! 2ND
end. This istheNelsons sixth and
I There were 53 members the group divided into grouos to
: grandchild.We j' present suggestions and complaints
guests
COMPLETE IE SffiVKE ate sorry to hear that Mrs. .I A delicious luncheon was served and generally discuss among themselves H. '.. Mcltaa

Annie last Lewis-week.of Keystone passed I'I'u'ay 'I I bv hostesses Mrs. George Rippy, what they liked and didn't ea&&&&& A&&a6 A&& &AAA& 6:05: 8:00: P.M.

,Mrs. W. P. Boyd, and Mrs. Joe like about the school and things
'
: Pruning Cavity \York. Mr.' and Mrs. Joe Daurer spent Hanks. they'd like to see adopted that We had good attendance at

: 'weekend'fishing In Lake Oke- Lions Club aren't practi ed. church and Sunday School last

: Bracing Tree Removal echobee, with Mr and Mrs Ted :The regular meeting!: of the At least one teacher and one Sunday.: One member was addedto Presented by Gem Jewelry 109 E. Call
St.
Achor and daughter Judy of Mar- the church for baptism. The -
;: t De-Mossing: Transplanting Melrose Lions Club was held student were in each group to
i ion, Irid: and Tom' Achor ofMoore" Thursday. Feb. 19. Earl Chewy. help clarify any questions that pastor Rev. W. E. Hall broughtthe

; Free Inspection and EstimatesiSARP'S Haven. Opal}, Judy and Carl Ford. and W. W. Blasingame might arise: message at both morning and

Ted Achor are now visiting with were hosts.A About an half hour later the evening services.Mr. .
the Daurers: and will leave for and Mrs. L. L. Conner and
by JudgeC the auditorium
shown- i returned
movie was groups
I home this weekend.See I. :I. Tolles. .Both the Junior and and discussed results. Mr. and Mrs. Jess SmIth. all pt Mighty 1490LOCAL

TREE SURGEONS Perry In "living color" at Senior Women's Club are.helping The meeting was then adjourned Starke, were visitors of Mr. and
the Woman's Club Saturdaynight Mrs. H. H. Lewis Wednesday afternoon -
: I I the Lions Club with the.medical and refreshments were served
week.
Redfearn's of last
; throwing a
J beautifully decorated -
ir the cafeteria. A
!s'lrvey.A
; PETE SAPPOwnir I-arty: 7:30 to 9:00. You're invited.I list of contributions given by Founder's Day cake was: Dinner: guests of Mr. and Mrs. U

Prizes, favors. refreshments! I H. H. Lewis Sunday were Mrs.
I the Lions Club for' the year was served with punch.
P. 0. Box 771 P! EA 5-4887 Palatka Fla, '
one Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Burton read tothe grouP. including $15 Susie Clark and Mrs. Came Edwards -!
J
of Walden N. Y. left for home TRTOTY EPISCOPAL of Starke, Mr. and Mrs.
:
AGENTS I. each for the Boy Scouts. Girl MANAGER FOR
on"Monday.. They had been visit-i CHURCH. MELROSE Bishop Thomas and family of
Brownie
: Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617 \\nf the Edward Thieles and spent. Scouts Cub Scouts, and M.I H. Breyfogle,,Minister Brooker, arid Mr. and Mrs W. C.
for the Melrose Libr- -
I Gainesvillg, Fla. Ocala, Flai! last weekend'Sight-seei tg in Day- Scouts: $25, Melrose : Sunday School, 8:45 a. m. Conner. and daughter Yvonne.
$50 for the High -
!ary'and! Wheatfield
: Phone 1651 Lake City, Flalfirand : .ton and St. Augustine. School clock. 11:15.; Episcopal :Young People. Grover Kirkland ot Jim Walter Corp.
dinner
Sermon, Ind.was" a Sunday guest
Mr. and Mrs. C., J. O'Connor Melros SchoolXett, !* Morning Prayer and
.. I ___ __, attended the American Hellenic ''Selling 'plant 'bulbs is a new 7:30: p. m. Holy Communion each: his"nephew,- A. J. Fender and tam-
Batten of Tneressa visited -
L.
R.
Uy.
Friendship Society Banquet in first. Sunday.
'
project being undertaken by the
Gainesville last week. The ban- ,America. J the Feeders Sunday afternoon. "World's Home
Homemakers Largest
; Future .. Mrs. Pennastep of California Builders"
quet was in honor of Lt. Gen. yyyy .yy. V rYvl TV VV vv Mr. and
'
So help them out by buying some and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Hocos of the Greek Army. when they come knocking on you'oor. : were recent visitors of Mr.

SALE Mrs. Arthur H. Ryan, mother EVERGREENBy and Conner Mrt. W. C. Conner. WILL BE IN STARKE
Opening of Mrs. Herb Nelson returned to
[ An invitation has been given to Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Davis of
Chicago after a three months visit
the Melrose School Glee
High Crawford
Stanley Palatka visited Mrs. Davis' par-
in Keystone. She enjoyed her stay EACH THURSDAYAT
Club requesting that they sing in ents. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Them'
.
.A&4&.. A.&A&4&&A&&&
nhd.wants to thank all the friends
Palatka Feb. 26 at
on a County Sundaay.The .
,STILL GOING! who helped make it so enjoyable.The P. T. A. meeting. They have also Clyde Clinton Griffis Jr. ani as. H. M. McRaes spent from
ON -
,
Herb Nelsons. Lewis Muirs
received an invitation from Rol Roberta Bellzaro Lloyd were Wednesday until Friday visiting
>, snd G. Raymond Starnes were lins in Winter Park beguests 13 in Chandler, STARKE
College to married Feb: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and HARDWARE CO.
Come In And Look Around ;niests: at the Gay Livingtsons for on Feb. 28. Ariz. Mr. anff Mrs. A: F. HalL They,

dinner and bridge last Saturday The Student Council is plan- Mr.: and :Mrs. Homer Hart and with Mrs. T. N. Norman and son. 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.

evening. ning to .have a Sadie Hawkins daughter of Jacksonville visited Gerald and Rudolph Sapp returned -
Jack Reid finally launched his dance within two her and Mrs. J. Q. Robert S
MELROSE y 10 $1 the next parents, Mr. Friday afternoon. The
boat and gave up the idea of months. Theii dances win be free Rosier, Sunday.Mrs. Taylors are the proud parents ofnew

t r -.Iii nlanting flowers in it. Mr. and and they would like to'see everybody Clyde Griffis, Mrs. J. E. a daughter. For Appointments Call

Vrs. Reid celebrated their 20th there. Norm n. Mrs. Daisy Prtngl Mrs. Visitors of the H. M. McRaes JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector

STOREVERDIE anniversary on Saturday. Feb. 21. Honor Roll Lillie Morgan and Mrs. Annie Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. F. Register -

Unfortunately. Mrs. Reid was Earl Cherry. Melrose Rosier attended the WMU meeting -
High
... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mynck STARKE WO 45311"If
7., confined td bed with- a severe principal has announced that 36 II at Kingsley Lake Church, Fri- and children. and Mrs. Sue ),[)T1Ck.

roTd.Mr. students from giades 5 throuen all of Starke. ,and Mr. and .1lrs.1 '
F. 31.tNNOwner // A
day.Mrs. Quality Home
and Mrs. Charles McGlave I .
!2: made the: honor, roD last six I IPets. Clyde Griffis has recovered Hugh' L. HaJtiwanger of Jackson-

purchased the Fendrick house Cheryl Cherry; Gayle from several days of flu. It's A Jim Walter Home"
.
: h The Public Cordially Invited to Visit Our New Store (II'- Lakeview Drive presently occupied Cross and Betty Anne Nelson all Patsy Sapp and Louin'Redding ville.Mr.. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton I I

I and h'ic Our Lneof: Wearing School [by the J. F*. bonnelleys. of the sixth grade I celebrated birthday anniversariesthis
Apparel, Toys, topped the list and children of Starke were Wednesday OTHER OFFICES:

Sup 1I Nbltbrfs: and G: E. Appliances. Sometime next' month they will Tith all A's. past week. evening dinner guests of OCAL.G ,PALATKA
exchange hous s. The other 33 made in A's and ThoSe Visiting the J. B. Gaskin the H.; McRaes. text week. Monday ,

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Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. ville, Mr. and 'Mrs. Buddy Stokes ...................TYT..
A. L. Rehberg of Earlton Beach ALVAREZ'' Men's Clothing
and Mrs. Sanford Hicks and IIII lll STORE
MAXVILLEBy and Gainesville. daughter, and Marceline Hicks of LONG BRIDGE Established 1894 ''II

Mr. and Mrs. Rome Hoilmanhad Starke visited the H. E. Stokes AND NEW RIVER

Mrs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA as their guests Saturday, Mr. ac n family during the weekend.
and Mrs. Hoilman's mother, Mrs
,Richard Waters of Gainesvilleand Mrs. R. F. MerrittIAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA
** Grace Sharp of Middleburg.Mr. Barbara Sue and Dickie DaMs when you need I

and Mrs. Gene Ivey and
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crews' visited their grandparents Mr.

have returned from a week of'sons of Pensacola have moved into and Mrs. R. J. Waters of Dundee Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Conner Sr.of .

successful fishing at Lake Loch- the C. B. Nolan residence here over the weekend. New Smyrna spent last Tues- RELIABLE GAS SERVICETHINK
(at Maxville. We are glad to welcome -
Barbara Sue Davis the '
loosa. They had as overnight, was day night with Mr. and Mrs. S. ,

guests during the week, B. C. But-! theta to the community.Miss Sunday night guest of Amelia A. Sapp. J

lor of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Edith Harris spent Sunday By G. T. Huggins Coleman in Starke. We heard that M. L. Johns has OF SLADE GAS
as the guest of Miss Bonnie Pad-
'' Those the G. W. Davis
visiting '
Jack Wilkinson of Maxrille. Mr. County Agent really been having sure-fire luck

and Mrs. Herman Phillips of Lake gett.Mr. family during the weekend were with his new vehicle. He was left I

City and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Luke' : and Mrs. Jack Wilkinsonhad Misses Wilma and Naomi Alexandria without a way to get home near TANKS FROM: 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

of Baldwin. Other visitors were as their guests for Sunday Good Strawberry Meeting I visiting with Mr. Wainwright in I of Water Valley, Miss., the Maxville. Saturday. |(
I dinner Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Grif- PHONE WO 4.3531UNITED
Mrs. Minnie Carter and Mr and : There was not the best attend- the interest cf pepper production. I Lloyd Wood family of Jackson- John and Barbara McCallum of I
fis and daughter. Karen and Rev.
I :Mrs. Albert Smith :and daughters !I ance we have ever had, but interest Contacts were made to represent ville. Odeil Waters and daughter, Keystone Heights were Monday i
aid Mrs. W. O. Mathis of Jack-
of Maxville and Mrs. Effie Johns was high with those that nearly 100 acres in the interest of Sandra, and friend Anthony of night guests of Ralph and Loretta '

and Mrs. Effie Carter of Starke.!sonville. did attend. If you hear about any- the State Market. Dundee, and Amelia Coleman of Merritt. I
Miss Kay Strickland and :Milton FARM AGENCY
The Intermediate Girls Class ;j jcf thing thai was discussed and that This certainly is not intendedto Starke. : Mrs. Ruby Dekle and Mary t
Coleman attended a party at
the Maxville Baptist Church i you did not agree with, you give the impression that thereis Kenneth Mott of Key West Frances Dekle of Jacksonville I,
the home of Miss Mary Hughes
met at the home of their teachr I in Whitehouse Saturday night should have been present last Friday not a market at Brooker. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. vere Saturday guests of Mr. and Announces with pleasure the appointment of Guy Andrews

( Mrs. Dorothy Waters last I I and had a very nice time. evening. Brooker Market Manager Ralph H. H. Mott over the weekend.Mrs. Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. and family. as the UNITED representative at Starke and

Monday night, Feb. 16. The girls Everything: that people can do Nettles is also already making I' Charles Fisher of Jack- Mrs. Nan Merritt Janice Shiver surrounding territory. For
Bud Waters, son of Mrs. Doro- over thirty years UNITED
attending were Shirley Higgin- had another to ha IC a good market is going to contacts for the operation of that sonville was the Sunday guest of and boys were among the many. FARM AGENCY has
thy Waters operation served sellers of farms and other
: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettles.
botham Jewel North, Bonnie be done. That was the feeling in Jacksonville. Thursday.
Market. Remember again, it helpsa
en his other foot last weekin I rural real estate
I. Those en the sick list last week offering the most effective advertising
Padgett, and Linda Waters. throughout the discussion. At that lot if you will let your Manager Fred Dodd of Keystone Heights
I Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville r
We are very glad to learn that !I time it looked like there might be know what is happening in your were little Barry Clark and Kama and Mr. and Mrs. Meyers of available. UNITED advertises regularly in newspapers,
and to be
Harry Padgett has returned to his'' long nicely.feems He will have getting to use a- a sale in two weeks. Two morn- 'neighborhood. Talk to him about.: Nettles who had the measles, Mrs. Penney Farms were Sunday din- magazines and farm journals throughout the country

home alter undergoing surgery j a wheel chair for a pretty good ings later there was frost. Mr. the market. Make a point to see I G. W. Davis who was in the ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. with a combined circulation in excess of 40000000. By

in St. Vincents Hospital in Jack- : Wainwright will keep up with Bradford County Hospital, and :app
while. We wish him a speedy recovery. him without waiting for him to I listing your property with Mr. Andrews you will have
ronville. He returned home Saturday crop ccnditions and word will get see you.BU'ing. Frank Tinney who was in Ala- Ralph and Loretta Merritt were I the whole nation as a potential buyer. When buyor

afternoon and seems to begetting out. He welcomes, and it can sure Field Corn Seed? chua General Hospital.Mr. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. i you
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and sell
through UNITED deal with
along nicely. I help him. if growers will do a little We hope that no one still and Mrs Tim Thomas spent and Mrs. Richard Jones of Mac- you an organizationwith
family of Jacksonville visited with goes
the weekend in Panama City a record of nearly a third of a century of depend
The Harry Padgett family are extra deed and let him know to the crib and shells out his seed clenny.
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family
very glad to have as. their guest 'II Friday night and enjoyed supper what you think and how condi- corn. If you want yellow corn for(visiting their son and daughter- Ralph Merritt and Harold Shivers able sen-ice.

I for two or three weeks, Mr. Pad- tions are in your neighborhood. cribbing, plant either Florida 200 in-law and children. and boys had a good catchof
: gett's mother of Highland. with them. Pepper Deal Encouraging I Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Starling catfish out of the river Satur- When you want to buy or sell real estate see, call or
or Dixie 18. If you like a white
i Mr. and Mrs. H. E. GriffiS of write
I Mrs. Bill! Roberson and daughter Lawtey visited Sunday with Mr. Market Manager Wainwrightmade corn, then get Cokers 811. These and children of Jacksonville visit- day night.

I'' Marcia have returned to their I II and Mrs. M. A. Strickland and a trip recently and pur- hj'birds have been leading in ed Mr. and Mrs.. Woodrow Thomas See you next week.RISING. UNITED FARM AGENCY..
chased at least 500.000 and family Sunday.
home in Live Oak after spending pepper yields, standing ability, weevil
I a week here with Mrs. Roberson's I family.Miss Evrlyn Coleman and L. E. plants for growers indicating a I resistance, and for mechanical Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genevar and ,....................... Guy; Andrews. RepresentativeBox

mother, Mrs. Dorothy Waters and ,Wtllhausen sang in church Sunday special interest in pepper. This is picking.For children and Mrs. Dunton of 429, !Starke' Florida
family. in line: with some of the discus- Gainesville: visited Mr. and Mrs.
I hogging off only, US-13
night and L. E and Harvey
sion last week that maybe we R. J. Thomas. Sunday. (Office, lit North Walnut :Street 3rd door south of post office.Residence .
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and fam- played! the guitar while Henry Funks G-134 and Funks G-50
ought to put attention to justa Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kelley and 885; West Madison: :
il" had as their guests Sunday, Wellhausen played the piano. our have been outstanding. 67 Sirs. Gordon Jones Street)
and Mrs. William Kelley -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Greek and family it much. few crops that we can grow well Buying Millet Seed? son Junior
Everyone; enjoyed
,I of'' ; very and so that we can have good' of Bell visited Mr. and Mrs. A L.A A A A AA.....&.A......& Phones Office, WOodlandI.8.J.() Residence WOodland 4-8854
and Mrs. Helen Osborne Misses Frances and Janice Bell Soon as cold weather is over
Woodrow Thcmas and family
I volume of that crop. you may be planting millet for Visitors of Mr.
and Mrs.
spent last weekend in Starke as James
Sunday afternoon.
'I One buyer with a mighty good early green grazing. Again you .R. Hixon last
the guests of Miss Patricia Sil- Mrs. William Kelley is spending Sunday were Mrs.
reputation among our growers recently want to get away from the old .Oscar Hixon, Mrs.
cox. While there, they enjoyed a the week with her sister, Dorothy
(i dance Friday night. spent a portion of a day common'millet. Starr is the high- Mrs. Thomas. Schmitt and Mrs. Agnes Barnes i

I :Mr. and Mrs. F. Coleman, had est yielding and most popular Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas of Chattanooga, Tenn., Mrs. Lola ,' '
r lan, Sunday night. variety. A new one, which showedup Merrian of Adel. Ga., and Mr. ani I\
I as their guests for Sunday dinner, and children visited Mr. and Mrs. )
i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown are better than Starr last year was Mrs. John Hawkins of Savannah, i
and Mrs. Starke
Mr. Buddy Browningand H. H. Lewis of Sunday.-
building a new home on SR 228. Gah I.I. seed is available, you Ga. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas, :
Rev. and Mrs. Edward Jones. might try some. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and
t e ron of Jacksonville: and Mr. and Jr. of Gainesville visited Mr. and ,
Glenn, Charlotte and Betty Jonesof Buying Grass Seed? daughter. Carolyn and Mr. and
Mrs. James Coleman and daughter. Mrs. Benny Thomas, Sr. Wednes- .
, ft.4: I Jacksonville were dinner guestsof Pensacola Bahia is the old Mrs. Eddie Norman visited Mrs. :'

and standby. Pensacola seed is high day.Mrs. Rachel Green and I
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon Mr. and Mrs.
I R. T. McDavid has
Miss Barbara Giddens has returned returned -
daughter, Virginia, Monday. You might ask the price of the Dick Raulerson of Brooker, Sun-
home after spending three
to her home at Eagle Lake
new hybird bahia called Tifhi No. day.
after spending a week here with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves weeks with her daughter, Mrs. SERVICENTER
1. It has been officially released Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Norman
I her brother-in-law and Fister visited in Starke Sunday with M. I. Ogden of Pompano. While
II by the Georgia Department Ex- and family of and Mrs. I
I Jackie Russell, drove to Glen St. I Mulberry
Ar. and Mrs. James Coleman. in Pompano, she visited four of
, periment Station and is supposdto :Maggie Norman of Gainesville
Mary for dinner with Mrs. Edna I
her brothers and Mrs. Frank WITH
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and
I out-do Pensacola .
Manning, then visited with Mr. or Argentine.You lines spent) the weekend with Robert
I family spent Saturday night and
can't
save seed from Tifhi Norman.
'
and Mrs. Frank Hunter in Mac-
Sunday in Jacksonville with Mrs. clcnny. No. 1 because it is a' hybird.BROOKER. Linda! Gale Green attended a Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie

I Mosley's brother-in-law and sis I banquet and convention at White PLENTY FREE PARKING
j a.rsAHowmaeyfuses T. L. Minnie Har- Norman Sunday were Ernie Norman -
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith Manning and ................... ..t Springs with Miss Dela Rosen- MissElvee Jones and her
visited in Glen St. Mary I
I II I and family. While there they at- Sunday groves with Mrs. Edna Manning berg, recently. fiance of Gainesville, and Miss

h nded cnurch services at the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. !
Have handy Margie Norman of Lakeland They
,
you :i and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis.Mr. I I
I The ones l hell Arlington Christian Church. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and G. W. Davis were Mr. and Mrs. also visited Robert Norman. I

. 01' Are Fine and Janrfyv ,I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley were children of Jacksonville were By Barbara Sue Davis Mack Howard of Starke. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. !

i I I'ou'l supper: guests of Mrs. Hattie No- guests of Mrs. Fannie Griffis, Reed Lewis were Mrs. C. L. Atkin-

\ he smart if jou keep our' Sunday. .LU L'Iu AAAAAA & &A&. son and Joyce of Brooker. .,

telephone number hunily. \\lien SOME Mr. and Mrs Buddy Bradshawof 4-J1 News UP ALLIGATOR, Don't forget church and'Sun ,.. ,
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things go and want DEE-LICIOUS! TRY : I day School. Sunday School. 10 :1.I I
wrong you Jacksonville visited Sunday The Senior 4-H Club of Brooker '
J
them done right, just rail on us .'GEORGLSTYLE" with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish met Saturday morning at":the with m.. Morning services 11 a. EU _

for the Ix-st
te1S n. Parrish.Mr. girls: were taught to make yeast Walton Evening Services, 7:30 p. m.

PIT BAR-B-Q and Mrs. Max Carter of I bieads. They had lunch at the

f ELECTRIC Starke visited Sunday with Mr. )fand Center. in this area.Several WATCH THIS SPACE

SERVICE PORK :MEATY RIBS Mrs. Henry Carter. Officers were elected as- following good fishermen Just

I CHICKEN Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Starling of I : president Linda Gale Green: tack frcm Crescent Lake, but did ,

24 HR COMMERCIAL& HOUSEHOLD Doctors Lake were guests of Mr. I vice president. Virginia Parrish; not have anything to get excited

FIXTURES and SUPPLIES ;nd Mrs. Henry Carter, Sunday secretary Argent Thomas; reporter about. Said the wind had them FOR FURTHER

TERRELL'SRd. alternoon. and historian. Norma Jean blocked out from many of their
Phone WO 4-4921 I The three Johns just blew in ..
Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Jack- Parrish; cong leader, Betty Jean fishing haunts.
213 E.CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. I 100 8'/2! :Mi. S. SlarkeBecause : from Marathon after a several
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rrnville1'ere also guests at the Allen; and delegate, Joan Green.,
day DEEP sea fishing trip. JohnP. ANNOUNCEMENT
Henry Carter home Sunday.Mr. CHURCH NEWS | TOU1X LOVE tie new Estei-
.. John G.. and Demi-John. I
-- anc Mrs. Randolph Crosby New River Baptist Church had\ asked for a report 'on their sea- brook purse-size fountain pens la I

vere guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. 'a social at the home of Mr. and!faring and nefarious activities bus pastel shades. Only fS.09 at Bradford

A. Crosby at Penny Farms Sun- Mrs. Guy Parrish after church i j County Telegraph.
all I could get out of them was
Sunday night. I
:
day.Mrs. the fishing report. Seems as how
Lyle Schmehls and children Guest speaker at Brooker Baptist -
it was quite windy there also as
of Jacksonville spent the Church Sunday was Rev.
it has been here but they caught I
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bu- Marvin Stcdhem. The new Par5.nag '
Group, snapper, whiting kings
AAy;< ford Higginbotham and family. of the Brooker Baptist'
cud had a lot of fun. Don't you ;
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Church will be dedicated next : I.
know they did.I .
family visited in Jacksonville Sat- Sunday, March 1. Everyone is
am having such a hard timekeeping q4w
s urday afternoon with their son- invited to attend the dedication.
fish in the freezer. I .
in-law and daughter. Mr. and House-warming
finally resorted to old time
.. :Mrs Buddy Bradshaw.Mrs. We were so happy to see Mrs. I an
'\ T bass
method of catching
T Nellie Otis and daughter, H. E. Stokes move into her new j proven i .
.. : when other has failed. Just to
: ? r.elma of Columbia S. C. were home, recently and we wish to' go
Little Santa Fe her in
right our
supper guests of Mrs. Otis' broth extend our congratulations to A.1 i

er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I W. Robinson of Starke for the own county, pull up to a grass

: .i : J Leslie Sweat and family Friday I excellent job he did in buildingthe patch, put a small hunk of bread
dough hair hook and catch
on a
night.! They aUo visited with Mr. house.

and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and Friday night the following !you about a half pound shiner.
Then put the shiner out on your /
family. I ladies: gave a house-warming for !9'
Mrs. Buford Hisginbotham and I Mrs. Stokes: Mrs. Pearl Markey, spinning; tackle or casting rod
with small float to him off .r
keep
Mrs. Lyle Schmehls and childrenof 1 Mrs. Margie Lewis, Mrs. Nancy a E ,
W ik.&wL the bottom and you will .. / ',
I Lula Mae Bax- snaggy +', / >.t -u P'y .
iQ9 Jacksonville visited in Lawtey Gainey and Mrs. .; v."f :- ..
in trouble. But be careful withthat
get
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James ter. Approximately 40 guests / N

Waters and family. I were present for the occasion. spinning rod we have broken ,' ,b.7. : *

o.M e&me. Ottt DIRTY 7 Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin-I I Refreshments of cake, cofee, two on big fish. It seems as if J;
to .7
they do not have the backbone .
.
i
botham and daughter visited in !!and soft drinks were served.
tear the hook out of the shiner
Lawtey Sunday with Mr. and i Mrs. Stokes received many
and into the bass. Well, we have ,
it is doing one of its most important jobs Mrs. Robert Crawford and chil- lovely and useful gifts. netted a 6& lb. bass a seven lb.
t'ren. Danise and Robbie and also Personals ,
-cleaning engine.You'd and been torn more than
your with Mrs. Nathan Starling. Rev. L L. Temples Mrs. B. L. bass up
be amazed at the dirt and sludge that cot. Now you'may get laughed at
i Mrs. Junior Goolsby and babyon Granthem of Warren. Ga. and

: builds up inside your engine as it operates..asmuch ?- is staying with her mother, Miss Betty Jean Temple of Mon- when some of our local anglers

as a pound in every 2500 miles of driving! Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family ticello were recent guests of Rev. pass you, but don't let that bother

If that dirt were allowed to cling to engine :while her husband is driving :a I and Mrs. James Temple.Mr. you because you will have bigger
end better meat in the live well
have a mighty big repair bill... I truck to Chicago and California.I, and Mrs. Eddie Norman of ..
parts you'd soon I than they have and it takes quits
Ruby and Barbara Ann Sweat Starke visited Mrs. Rachel Green,
but instead, your motor oil seizes the dirt and some: skill to hook one of the
of Macclenny and Helen Cannonwere I Sunday. of bills With
holds it in suspension where it can do no harm. lunkers while fishing with live way paying : ;
overnight guests of Misses\, I Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott and

Then, when you drain your oil, out comes the AJene and Helen Sweat last Sat- children of Gainesville attended; bait.The CHECKS, by MAIL Itssaconvenient.

dirt with it. urday night. church at Deadan and were the contest at Starke Builders

Here at our Cities Service station, we recom- Charles Higginbotham and luncheon guests of Mrs. S. M. Supply started off with a bang.A .

mend a change every 1000 miles with our 5D fuend Rod of Jacksonville visited Mott, Sunday. Mr. Young from Hampton en- .-. safe, topi

I TiJh Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham Mr. and Mrs. Gene Crosby and tered a 12 lb. 11 oz. bass caughton

Koolmotor Oil. End daughter Thursday Mrs. S. M. Mott attended the Zebbco spinning outfit. Hampton WHY NOT OPEN YOUR CHECKING
In addition to its greater cleansing action, $D no'doubt. We know the
night and while here they enjoyed funeral of Mrs. Annie Lewis at Lake', .
Koolmotor actually acts as several oils inside rabbit hunting with Rudy. New Hope Church Sunday. They: big ones are there and have proven ACCOUNT, SOON,

your engine. Provides light 10W grade performance Mrs. Nathan Starling, Mr. awl then visited Mrs. Truby Parirsh so in. the past. AT

at starting.medium. 20 grade performancefor Mrs. J. C Higginbotham and of Santa Fe. More and more local anglers,

warm-up..and heavy 30 grade performanceonce children and Mrs. Robert Crawford Sunday luncheon guests of the who are enthusiasts of the spin-

hot. and children cf Lawtey visit- M. O. Harrell family were Rev. ning tackle are turning to the
is
your engine E'dith Mrs. Rudy Higginbothamand and Mrs. Marvin Stedham of Pa- Heddon Spin Pal, Model 240. If
it increases
Result: power,
daughter last Wednesday.Mr. btka. you have not seen or tried this

stretches gas mileage, keeps and Mrs. Bill Oliver of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell and reel contact Carl Lamar at Starke '

@(:::: ::: your engine new. Change over Jacksonville visited Sunday with daughters were luncheon guestsof Builders. .They' are now carrying FLORIDA Bank

to 5D Koolmotor Oil this Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. O. C Hayes, of them. No bail nor snarls, nor ,.

i ;tl.es s week. and family and little Harrell and Gainesville.Mr. busted springs. This reel is a One of 28 Banks in the at Starke

Johnny Wilkinson also spent the and Mrs. Steven Kelley of; mple but solidly built reel that Florida National Group .

clay; with their grandparents: Jacksonville were weekend guestscf will give you years of service and

SILCOX CITIES SERVICE The Black Creek associational Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. satisfaction and for those fishermen Il

meeting was held at the Maxville Mrs Evelyn Henley Mrs. Wilma -. who'are learning"to spin fish.

705) Temple Avenue Starke Fla Baptist Church last Thursday Fipps and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey -; this, is the easy way to start off l Mil Hum BCOUT IIIWIAIICI e ctwouno

rub, Stokes and son of Jackson I lightAVe know of 25 or 30 in user
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BRADFQRD.CO1TNTY. TELEGRAPH. STARKE.
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Mark's .yy y yi"yytytyyyyI of Hampton was hosen BSU was raised. The first prize was Oklahoma. His wife. Lillian WUten. -, cently after an extended visit

St. EpiscopalCev. Sweetheart at the annual Valen- \ion by Elder White"second; prize. is a faithful member of the TMth his parents and friends. He

Raymond C. MacBlaln I (MPT (if: tne Sweetheart Banquet at the Sifter Ida Mae Tyson: third prize. choir. He v.illlea.e soon for overseas has just completed atour of duty

Sunday Services 9:45 a.m.. Baptist Student House at the Sister Elizabeth Dean. Rev. White where his wife expects a overseas and expects to become
E. could have the join him lter. She is the daugn- separated from the air force in
NEWS Church School; 11:00 am. Morning BJ Mrfci.D. flu '- University of Florida in Gaines- not gone over toP
CHURCH and Sermon. I '. .thout the very fine cooperationfrom Let of Deacon Hosea Hawkins. July and enter Bethune-Cookraan
Prayer
I I Holy Communion-First Sunday aLALL&A&4A"" &.&A..A&&U ville.Mrs.. J. H. McAIhany of Reeves- the staff of the Bradford I Don't forget the Thousand Dol- I College in Sept. He is the only]

11:00 a.m.; Thira Sunday, Guest Speaker To Be At vine, S. C is here visiting with ,County Hosptal where he works j isr Rally on Third Sunday. AU I son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore

( 7:30 ajn. Christian Church :Mar. 1 her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. :as night orderly. All persons are captains are expected to make a Morris of Starke.-

MH k- Wednesday-7:00 p.nu. Choir Bro. Gilbert, of Atlanta Christian and Mrs. J. W. Home. Mr. and :deeply grateful to those who lound report. Check with your

Presbyterian Church At The TabernacleServices Practice; 7:45 p.m. Litany and College will be guest speakerfor Mrs. J. C. McAlhany and son Jimmy I helped make this rally a success. I I crew members before next Sancay. -

Bible Study. both morning and evening brought her to Florida and Little Yvonne White has beenin : We are depending on you *otc GAY'SHome

Sunday services: Sunday School conducted at the Gospel vices next Sunday. March 1, at visited here Sunday with the the Bradford County Hospitalor : : over the: top.

9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 Tabernacle last week by Dr. First Christian Church hampton Christian Church. Homes. the: past week but is improving -i The Carnation Social Saving AppliancesYour

ajn. Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m. John McNeill were well attended His sermon topic for the morning ,Mr..and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen nicely. Mrs. S. White reporter I Club will worship with us on the

Friday, March 6: Choir pactice, by members of the Tabernaclegroup Morning worship, 11 a.m. worship service at 11 a. m. and family' drove to Jacksonville Third Sunday morning. Memberscf Friendly

8 p.m. and some from other Rev. J. E. :Sherwood: pastor will be "The Lord's Supper". and Saturday to visit with Mr. and Allen Chapel AME Church the church who will participateare I

The Starke Social Club will meet I churches. Sunday School, 10 a.nu Sunday evening at 7 p. m. he will Mrs. Bob Faile. and Mrs. Bran Allen Chapel AME Church. Rev. Sisters Rosa Williams. Grace Norge Dealer

in the church hall on the first and Special services are being plan- Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. show films and lecture. on foreign nen remained in Jacksonville with! L A. Sampson will hold regular I Long and Bertis Robinson. :Mrs. ,

third Tuesday ot each month at ned for March and will be announced Wednesday Prayer. Meeting, mission work. her daughter Mrs. Faile, while pastoral services starting with W. Brooks. wife of Deacon Hayord NQRGE APPLIANCES

7:30: p.m.Methodist. later.HEILBROUVN. 7:30 p.m.. Guest speaker at the Christian I the later underwent minor surgery I' Brooks is president. Sister
I Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. .
I '
Adult Choir practice 6:45 pjn. Church on Wednesday evening: a Jacksonville hospital.Mrs. G-ace "Tiny" Long. faithful meinlr I MAYTAQ\ WASHERS
Irene Thcmas in charge: LO'eFlast
Church HOMECOMING Wednesday. last week was the Rev. James C. L. McElroy, and Mr and 1 I of th' choir. wishes; to thank
11 HEATERS and
I at a. m. Experience S COLEMAN
Tieilbronn Baptist Church will Ladies Council 1st And 3rd I Click of Virginia son-in-law of Mrs. Lloyd McElroy and baby son all the members and friends for
; At 6 Communion I
meeting. p. m. Holy : FLOOR FURNACES
Sunday services: Church School, hold its annual Homecoming sunday Tuesday nights.Everybody the pastor. John White. of Trenton visited here Sunday i. 'eir expressions while she was
will be administered by I I
9:30: a.m. Morning Worship, 11 I Ia.m.a March 1 Morning services welcome to each I Baptist Youth Group Meet with :Mr. and Mrs.W.. P. McElroy the: pastor. ill and hospitalized. Your kindness I We Service All MakesOf

Nursery and Junior Church v.ill be followed by dinner at 1 p.m."I'!emce.I I Junior and Intermediate GAs and family. ar.d thoughtfulness will be long

provided. MYF, 6 p.m. Evening on the churt* grounds. The at- and YWA members met for their Mrs. T. F. Brown left' Tuesdat We held a very successful lemcmbercd. i Appliances

Voriip,.1:30 p.m. tfrnoon will be devoted to singing NEW RIVER .| regular meeting at Hampton Baptist this week for Miami, to visit with quarterly conference last Sunday Ranell English. reporter. I PHONE: WO 4 7511

Monday: Official Board meeting and all members, past and present,, BAPTIST CHURCH ; Church en Monday evening. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr! Presiding Elder Jenkins was well I I Returns To Camp I Starke, Florida
.
.:ZO; p.m. at the church. I hni friends from other churches Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Feb. 16.Amelia. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and pleased with all official reports. 'I Airman B T Morris returned

ore invited. Dinner will be held I Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Servo Williams presented the family. Junior Church each Tuesday at | tc camp in New Hampshire re- j

Tuesday: Prayer Group sponsored '
by'fSCS, 9isO a.m. at one so members of other ..-v. 7 p. m Prayer Meeting each YWA program on" home missionsin Vernon Forsyth who had been 5 p jn. Mae Lois Morris presi- ..

churcies may attend.St. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.FENThCOSTAL California. Refreshments of confined to Bradford County Hospital dent. -
Wednesday: Story Hour for primary Antioch Baptist Church
soft drinks and sheet cake were in Starke for the last six

age group Bible, 3:30 p.m. Prayer flop Edward's Catholic Church: HOLINESS served to five members present,I weeks was able to come home last Antioch Baptist Church Rev. ''jGeorge .1 FOR EVERYWORTHWHilE' I
Meeting and Study. Starke. Florida CHURCH ar.d Mrs. M. R. Misner. week. W. Lee pastor. Due to the
.. Chancel! Choir rehearsal. Sp.m. Sunday School. 10 MornIng death and funeral of the aunt of
a. m.: Brenda Lott, chair- Beulah Saxon of Oakland
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. program Mrs.
Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & Worship. 11 a. m.; Evangelistic man, led Intermediate GA pro- Park visited relatives here this ,our pastoi regular services will .; '1 USE

GIWIAMBAPTIST "i:30>> : p. m.Weekday. services. 7:30 p. m. gram en Alaska assisted by Mar- week, as veil as with her daughter -'not I be held All members arasked ::

CHURCH Mass at 8:00: a. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting tna Brown, Mary Reams and Ale- in Starke. to attend the funeral of
7:30 p. In. thia Williams. Soft drinks and tne late Sister Bertha Reason
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8
Sunday school. 10 a. m. MornIng BAPTIST CHURCH 2:20 p. m. at Ebenezer Baptist Furniture
cockies were served to 11 members FAITH
p. m. _
:Worship, 11 a. m. Training CHURCH OF GOD Church. Choir members are invited '
and : W. P.
Mrs. McElroy, LawteyA.
Baptisms marriage and instructions -
Union. 6:30' p. !"venine Worship7:30 by appointment. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Itader. E Massey. Pastor to assist Ebenezer Choir. :{ Signature

: p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant Ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Ten Junior GAs met with their Bible school, 10 a. m. uniform, black skirts and white '. :

pastor. HIGHLAND Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE leader, Mrs. Otto Hicks. Jr. for Preaching, 11 a. m. blouses. Sister Rosa Williams, '1: Auto

KLNGSUEF LAM BAPTIST CHURCH Service Wednesday. 7:45 p. m their program on Alaska. Soft Evening Service, 7:30 p m. president. k-

MISSIONARY BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m drinks and cookies were sen'edfor Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Ebenezer Baptist Church : Real Estate

Morn- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and LAWTTT refreshments. 7:36: p m.. Wednesday. Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.
9:45
Sunday School a.m. School, 10 a. m. MornIng E. D. Robinson will hold regular T 1i;
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Sunday Barbara Matchett Radio program, 8 to 8:30 a.
tag; T7rshlp 7:30 11 a.m. EveningBervice Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Worship, 11 a. m. YPE ServIce Chosen BSU Sweetheart 31. _each Sunday over ,station services starting with Sunday LOANS UP TO $600
Prayer Meetinfeach :
p.m.7:30 George Chism pastor. Everybodywelcome. Saturday.. 7:30 p. m.. Miss Barbara Matcnettj xiaughNEWSOF VVRGR Starke. School at 10 a. m. Supt. Henry .
Wednesday Everyone
p.m. II Bryant in charge. Morning wor- .

welcome.-Key. H. H. Mott CHURCH OF CHRIST I yY.T !, !yYF! yY'1! Y'y T! YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYfYYYfYI. ,. I ship at 11 a. m. Funeral service TOWN

pastor. LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST I C. I* Overturf Jr., Minister INTEREST TO COLORED of the' late Sister Bertha Reason, _

(presently meeting in City HaUl I II Sunday surday School 10 Deaconess at 2:30 p. m. All members -
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Premiliennial Fundamental I Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.. a. m., morning se-vfce 11 a. m. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy of the Deaconess Boa d are I '

Missionary. Seven- miles south of worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. evening service, 6:30 p. m. Ozora L.SheUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.4 urged to be in uniform and servo : : FINANCE CO.
people's- Bible Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. t! hcnorary pallbearers. The Deacons : _
Starke 100. Merle Pack-
on Hwy. i
study 7; preaching, 7:30. m. will be active pallbearers. .. ,
ham. pastor. Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p. Evening worship at 7 p. m. All Iii W. Call St. Starke ,FIa.
Sunday School, 10 a. m.. Wor- EVERGRFENBAFI'IST final Rites Sunday Club will hold their regular meeting I I
members are asked to come out .
ship, 11 a. m.. Training Union, 7 m. programstation CHURCH Mrs. Bertha Reason of Lincoln, on Monday, Mar. 2 at Ren! on time. Phone WO 4-9091

p. m., Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Radio II Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching City departed this life after an Theatre with Mrs. Margaret De- i .
6:3p: a. m.UEILBRO Sgt. Eugene Wilson has been a
WRGR Mciiday .
extended illness at her home onj Sue hostess. All members are :;
i as
.
meeting 6:30
Prayer -
Wednesday 11 a. m. Training: Union regular visitor at our church .. ,- _
born asked to attend business of importance i. :1 -_ -- '
Feb. 18. She -

7:30 p. m.Everyone. N MI:,*/O\ABY p. n. preaching 7:34 .. m. Prayer Wednesday was as incq.hi: -return: ftpm: camp inl iri. 7itiji .. .. -- .- -
Dec. 18. 1905. be transacted.The .
in Jackson County. must- .
welcome.Madison BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. _. > .-- '. ... .. .
Sunday Schoor 10 a. m. Morning She: moved to Starke, around next church visit will been 4 -- .-----11 ..4SPECIAL -- .--- -. -, .--- ...- .. .. .. ..
HTWAT CHAPELASSEMBLT 1938 and has lived here more than Third Sunday at Ebenezer
11 Evening
Worship, a. m. I
Street I OF GODG. 20 She was a faithful
years. Baptist Church Rev. E. D. Robin-
Training
7:30 m.
Worship, p. M. Osborae, Pastor member of Ebenezer Baptist' President W. Brooksis !
Mid- sen, pastor.
) 6:30 m.
Union (Sundays p. :
Baptist Church Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng Church hiving joined under th3 I asking all members to plan now NOTICE

Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic rastorate of Rev. W. J. Strong .to attend this worship service and
7:30 .
Block W. Madi-xm day p.m.CflUECII I
(900 St.)
.S rvice, 7:45 m. Thursday
p. unableto
nrd served until she was I hear Rev. Robinson who is a
weekly prayer service.._ Invitation attend. She was an active ; .
Services Each Lord's Day OF JESUS CHRIST gi eat gospel preacher.The .
LATTER DAY SAINTS extended to everyone. member: of the deaconess boaH. club had a- lovely float in .
,Sunday School 9:45 A.M. leaves to her loss, TO HOME OWNERS -
She mourn
Services each Sunday 1n. old AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH tltP.-.Miss: RJE Homecoming parade ; .
Morning Worship II:00 A.M. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morning a devoted husband Deacon James on'Tuesday of this week. W. \

,Training:t Union 6:13 F.M. day School 10 a. m- Sacrament Worship 11 a. m. Training Reason; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Brooks, president A. R. Jenkins, I ,,

:Evening Woshrip 7:30 P.'I.1)1t1'lm Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor- lee brothers Frazier, Willie, Bessie Pittman Stubbs and: Rob two 1{porter. Homesteaders: For you that have been receiving Homestead Exemption -

come. ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Boy Scouts Troop No. 71
MEETING Service Wednesday 7:30 p. In. ert Pitlman of Phillesburg J.; I Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall, in previous years and have not yet returned the applica-
,
Wednesday 7:30 P.M. NORTH SIDE Everyone welcome. a host of nieces, and nephews, is all members of Boy tion which mailed 1st
BAPTIST C1IUKCH which include Rev. George Lee, Sr. asking was you on January please sign and return -
Xursery Open For All Service j Scout Troop 71, who would like
(A Cordial Welcome! ExtendedTo Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- HAMPTON CHRISTIAN pastor of Antioch and Calvary to try-out for junior baseball to same on or before April 1st, this is the only way in which
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training CHURCH Churches and a host of other sorrowing -I
All Who Will Worship With repcrt for Spring practice Monday you will be entitled to the exemption benefits.
relatives and friends.
Union, 6:3u: p. m. Evening Wor- Sunday School Sunday, 10 a.
I Mar. 2, at 5 p. m. Last year
Us. ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting U:., morning worship, 11 am.; The funeral will be held on the first of our
was year
". H. Mabry Jr. Pastor Wednesda, 7:30: p. m. Everyone evening worship, 7:00 p. m. Prayer Sunday Mar. 1, at 2:30.p. m. cipation and we made a palti-I For the homeowners who are expecting the Homestead benefitsfor
: elcome.Rev.. H. R. Carter, Meeting, Tuesday evening: 7:30p. : Lbenezer Baptist Church, Rev. E.
We this will a
showing. hope the first time are urged to bring deed by the Tax Assessor's
Pastor. m. 'John" White, Pastor. D. Robinson pastor officiating banner so all members are your -
year
The family can be reached by I
.
Office. The
i urged to come out and try for requirements for new Homesteaders are:
to Route 1 Box
I FIRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. !Sl ATETFTARMBy bending 31-B: Starke.messages Hughes-Chestnut 1ut, the team. A trophy was won by
the group last year after participation -
are in charge of arrangements. in the tournament. Scout Your deed must have been recorded on or before Jan-
Interment,will be at Clark Cemetery -
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Mrs. O. E. Crosby in Lincoln City. master Marshall is asking all committeemen uary 1st,
to support the pro-
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAA laid To Rest crtm and come out and encour-

Sister Ida Hankerson was the players. You must have been a resident of the State twelve months
Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium WO 9-2301 Mr. and Mrs. Mallete Hale of funeralizecl at New Bethel Baptist age

Lake Butler are the proud parentsof Church on Sunday with Rev. A. Post Commander Julius Royal previous to January 1st, of the County six months pre-
SUNDAY has pledged the support of the -
SERMONS: 11:00 AM. 7:30 P.M.
a daughter born last Friday. B. Vinson, pastor officiating. She American Legion Post 314 in this vious and must have been living on the property as of
Mrs. Hale is the former Carolyn has lived in Starke since 1946 and
Sunday School 9:.15 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:-15 P.M. recreational and education pro- 1st.
Crews. fas a member of MU Nebo Baptist January
Principal Eddie Thompkinsand
:Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. The Community and Home Demonstration church until she moved her gram.Coach Elmer Shell will assist -
Clubs met for their' membership to New Bethel. She
I I in the training of these boys. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS According to Sec-
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU regular monthly meeting last'i is survived by a devoted sister-in-
Wanted volunteers to sponsor tion 193.11 Florida Statutes which
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. L. law. Mrs. King and three grandchildren 1911 provides that Household Goods and Per
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH players' uniforms. Persons who sonal Effects be assessed there i is SI000.
I B. Cooper, president, conductingthe who lived with her, Buddy a Exemption on this property as men-
meeting. Plans were made for Hankerson Samuel Hanker- have local buisnesses are baseball called tioned above we therefore feel that the fairest and most equitable way to assess
the
Easter services and a supper at ion and Laura Hankerson; five upon to help get this is by the scale listed below:
I uniforms and in the meantime
the club. Time will be announced other grandchildren and a host
j I advertise business on the
your
of cousins and other sorrowing
later. Yaluation"
Valuation Total
1.9 Tauble,
;Shacks. of the player.
relatives and friends. She was
David. Linda and Shelia Dick I
of Home of I"t'NOnal
1 Anderson Junior High Properly EumpUon Valuation
buried! in Clark Cemetery, Lincoln
ens have chicken pcx. We sincerely :
The Junior Tigerettes have won 0000 to 1900 1000 1000
Ct'y.Basketball 000.00
i .
hope they will soon be well. I
TournamentThe two consecutive games from the 2000 to 2900 1100 000
Dinner guests of the O. E. Cros- I. 100
RJE Tigers and Tigerettes I RJE Junior Tigerettes while the 3000 to 3900 1150
bys, Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.: 1000 150
PEYTONFLORISTQ H. B. Kelly and children of Gainesville were third seeded in the Class .boys of the junior team have won 4000 to 4900 1200 \ JOOO 200

I and Mrs. Beulah Kelly of 'B' tournament which will be held t both games. Coach Johnson has 5000 to 5900 ]250 000 250
and Saturday of this an enviable record. for the season
Friday
Starke. ca I I and expects bigger and better 6000 to 6900 300 1000 :100
Mr. and Mrs. Castin of Jack- week. RJE girls will play Douglass
\ Opening sonville were dinner guests of Mr. 'Anderson High girls of ..Jacksonville I success: next term. 7000 to 7900 3)0;) 000 350

-"- March 1st ::3 and Mrs. J. W. Hardin last Fri at 7:30 Friday night white The regular monthly PTA 8000 to 8900 1 1.100 000 .100

the :RJE boys.will play Duval Vo- meeting win be held on Tuesday,. 9000 to 9900 1.150 1000 45Q

day.The Baptist WMU of Rail ori caticnal Engineers at 8:30.: Although Mar. 3. President Linwood Craw- 10000 to 10900 500? 1000 500

119 SOUTH THOMPSON STREET held its monthly meeting at the the Tigers have not won ford is asking all parents and
teachers tc be present. The question -
of their they still have
all
church last Thursday. An interesting games
is: Who win win the attend- PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RETURNS
STARKE, FLA. program en Alaska was a chance to win a trophy in this : Every person,

presented by Mrs. W. W. Carter, tournament as winners, runners- ance title from Mrs. D. B. Richardson this firm or corporation owning or having control, management or
PHONE WOodland 4-4155 consolation.: We hope that and class? Watch
chairman.Mrs. tip or
I program. Mamie Warren of Stark tney will place one way or the piper for the answer C. C. Andersen custody of Tangible Personal Property of whatsoever character,

was dinner guest of her daughterand I I other. porter., principal. C. Johnson re- including trustees, executors, etc., should return same for taxation
Coaches Butler and Shell were

The perfect tribute to r \ Lewis son-in-law Marton, ,Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. lucky 'in their numbers and the CaD Teachers MeetinrFriday ,to' the County Assessor, on or before the first day of April

Little Phylis Harrell has been girls-."- drew.. .\"bye which'. entitles-- at 1 p- m..Supt. H. P. of. each year. The head of a family who is a legal resident
a cherished memory sick this week. We hope she is thtm":!) to ttay :foItonsolation: on' Morgan Is' catting a meeting oJan

soon well. Saturday,:afternoon:, .. '. teachers to discuss some' vital the" State of Florida is entitled to a Constitutional Exemption of

Every funeral that we conduct Last weekend little David House t Other persons from: starve mall Issues.In the educational programBuses' $1000.-on household goods and personal effects, when he filesa
win officiate during.'the toumaieent will rim earlier and pupils
,
is a source of sustaining fill and cut his head. Several
solace and spiritual stitches were required to close the! are Miss E/M. Kennedy and win"be transported home as usual. return and claims exemption thereon ,
inspiration
cat. O. R. Shell..The'tournament will CHURCH NEWS

to the family. Thought for the week- Drive le: held at "Douglass Anderson If aU'church members were
2 All 'of the above must be in the hands of Tax Assessor
carefully, the life you save maybe High School.. South Jacksonville, jislike' me what kind of a your onor

Hundreds of details are managed and economically your own. starting at 2 p'm. Friday and church"would my church be?" Go before April 1st. We urge you to take care of your tax mat-

attended to that only a trained and careful closing;at the end of the finals I to the church of your choice eacn

organization: can perform when the urgent need NOTICEPlease on' Saturday night: Sunday this is your duty as a ters.,

for serving is at hand.DeWITT Mr. :Bryant is president of Class i citizen and. a Christian.

be advised that Jackson -B". North and E. Benthone Is Free Cainan Church Of God .

C. JONES & Bishop ceased to oper- tournament director, assistant In Unity THANKS,

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE I ate a New, & Used Car .business -. Coach N. Washi oton. Admissionto Free Caanan Church of God *n -

effective Nov. 15, 1958. an games 35c grades 1-61 50c Unity; Hder_ Sampson White
PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 42610We and we will not responsible [grades '712J'75c adults. AH rtOF held services an'day Sunday GENE LONG

furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT for any debts made !in above reads ''from stark lead to South l and' the Mortgage Burning

life insurance policy in force, issued by ANT company, as name. JacksOnville on Friday to cheer. IWri.' The clubs' and Captains TAX ASSESSOR

payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation -- our teams to victory. made wonderful. report and the --
JACKSON & BISHOPBy '
carries no obligation. Carnation Club indebtedness": the church was '. .. .
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The Carnation. Social Savingett, cleared in fulL.A total of $273.75 H _



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-_,; ....;;--u i.. -rrrs--"-"-- S-.4rJr- -- -- .."i ".. ;. 'family of St. Augustine"spent; the .ily were in Enigma, Ga.. Saturday -,iYf."i.ji-- '-riYnn..y.- ;: : J pan. ,Union classes cf Hope Baptist' .Uby. of Gain? ':?. w n''i iJa1:

Home DemonstrationNotes weekend: with Mrs. John Shuford for a visit with relatives. On Sun- I Mrs. Frank Ncrman and her Church with a party Tuesday'' the R. C. Dam;itls ana J. D.

and Dave. day, they enjoyed a sightseeing IIEURRORN f mother. Mrs. Tats: Crosby accompanied night at the Community House. Griffis family Sunday. The ocn-

r Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins' trip to Palatka. .. Mrs. Norman's daughter, A short business meeting was held; s.on being to sr-ow little Randy
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guests during the weekend were .. Mr, and. Mrs: Fred Moore and By ,'Mrs. ,Harv.-y ifcCarfiiy' Mrs. Lamar Reddish to Gainesville during which time there was a ape one month to his great-aunts

byDOROTHY Freddy Dinkins of Avon Park. family attended morning worship Monday: afternoon of this discussion;: of visitation program Rhoda and Ruth. _

: ROSS Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of Lake services at the First 'Baptist \.aLaAaa1LlAAaiaaa&e a week. I'and more faithful attendance of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gnann and

Home Demonstration Agent Santa Fe, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din- .Church in Jacksonville and 'were Howdy Neighbors, sorry I missed Pearson Cox was home from all services cf the church was children spent the weekend at

}.ins of St. Augustine, and Miss guests. of Miss Rachael Boy- I writing tc and for you good ,the University. in Gainestille. to ,,I encouraged. The young people enjoyed ti.eir place at Salt Springs. On

As I travel over the county it; c/.l tuna [drained and flaked 1, Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville. er.. In the afternoon they visited folks last week and hope you trend .the weekend: with his I a time of skating. after the return trip Sunday they visit

seems:; that spring is here. The red : one-third cup sour cream, one- I Mr. and Mrs: H. C. Harley and the Zoo.and Imeson Airport. .missed the column. ents, :Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ccx.i par-I hich refreshments of chocolate ed the S. E. Brown family at Mi-

bud trees are in full bloom. the I fourth chopped celery 1 tablespoon I I Randy visited Mr. and Mrs Wil- i Mrs. J. S. Sapp and family ,Heilbronn Church was host to i Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby]i cake: and cold drinks were servedby : canopy.

pears are beginning to blossom I grated onion one-fourth jlis I Starling and' family, Mr. and I 'spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs. the New River Association in a.ntited with relatives in West!! the hostesses. Rev. Merle Packham is the

out. the birds are singing and the I teaspoon horseradish 2 teaspoons [Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham. aod Theodore Rosier of Raiford. Tiainirig Union mass' meeting I Palm Beach Friday and Saturday. i Joy Club Meeting: evangelist at a revival at Mt.

sunny weather is delightful. ,Now piepared mustard, one-fourth tea- ,Mrs. A. J. Starling in Baldwin Mrs. Mae Wells arid Mrs. Mar- Thursday evening of last week.It Mrs. Tate Crosby's brother an-1 The children of this commun- Pisgah Baptist Church near Live

one aSKS, how long will the \:nm .-joon salt dash pepper, 4 frankfurter Sunday afternoon, tha Bales were in Jacksonville on is estimated about 200 people ity receive a special blessing each
I j family Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby Oak this week. During his absence:
weather last? We usuallv! h.hC rolls, butter. i Sunday to see Mrs. Wells' sister attended this event representingthe I, Monday afternoon from 4 to 5 p.
I I I Mr and Mrs. Hubert Priest and of Penney Farms visited with 'I
| who is : when they attend Bible Club James H. Breeden will conductthe
cold weather until Easter. : Conioine all ingredients except Mrs. Ruth Barthlow, a patient churches in the New River m.
I family Sunday afternoon in her Monday of this week.E. i "
spent
I
I !
Hospital.Mrs. "Bible Ladies.
conducted by
Open House rolls and butter; mix well. Split in St. Vincent's Association. Immediately following our mid-week prayer service and
S Lake City with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- L. Cox visited in Gainesville
had Sunday Reba and Ann Bell of
Mattie Carter as refreshments Thompson I II Fatrick Bowers will conduct: both
I A fashion show of Hope SIill-! rolls partially and spread with the meeting tasty :I
mond Allinder and with Mr. and "
Johns and Friday. I I the Children's Bible Mission
I
man 'Galaxy' cottons and Vogue butter. Fill with tuna mixture. Mrs. I guests Mrs. Dora of cake, soft drinks and rervices on March 1 at Hope Baptist -
Ernest Williams and in
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday guests
Lang of Work. I .
I Mr and Mrs. Charles : .r.II'*j!
patterns was the highlight oft I Makes 4 servings. Garnish with Wellborn.Jim cclfee were served the many Freeman Crosby and Mrs. Cros-I Personals Church.
Phelps oprn house last Tuesdaynighu i olives or pickles as desired. Clay Hill. guests. A wonderful time of I I
Rafuse of Jacksonville Mrs. Col. Norsworthy visited by's mother. Mrs. Carmichael Mrs. J. A. Gnann. Mrs. T. W.
All sorts of beautiful ma- Christian fellowship was enjoyedby I
When tuna rolls the
using as visited his brother L. P. Rafuse her brother-in-law. Truby Rowe, wtre Mrs. W. H. Jones, son and Dickinson: and Mrs. Delaney
terin: :: were made up into hand- main cish; for a light meal complete all present.Speaking .
n trife and their baby from Plant Gainesville I
and family, Sunday.Al 'n Bradford County Hospital Dickinson were shopping in -
SorJh creations and modeled by the menu with a beverage of West of a glorious time, City and Mrs. and Mrs. 1... R. Thursday of last week. : WILLIAMS
Harley Virginia wasa Saturday.
I .i| meniocn* of the Jacksonville Jun- as milk and fruit for dessert. dent you forget the Big Day
Tucker Carmichae and Mrs. Carmichael'.sfather. Mrs.
recent his and Mrs. Marion We regret to repcrt that
guest Of grandmother Mr.
I I iior Y.'umirs: Club. Bright colors, Rally DayMembers :which is this Sunday March 1st.. I I
R. of West
Jacksonville visited M. Hendry Earle Brown has been confined
Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. and son of JEWELRY
textured and
blac. ,
ar.J white then will
1 : from over the county Dave Tanners on Saturday.Mr. Heilbrcnn Church a- I Palm Beach. Friends of !Mr. and ''tG Bradford County Hospital with
the
; fringed: colons were very prom- Mrs. Ruth Marr and Miss Maggie cain observe their annual Home
J will gather at the USO Saturday. and Mrs. Johnny Bennett i Mrs. L. R. Carmichael will be interested a severe cold. We pray the Lord
ill of the feat- Crews of Highland spent Sunday ; I
nt.
Many garments coming. The schedule for the day WATCHES
4-H DIAMONDSREPAIRS
Feb. 28 to celebrate National I -
know
to that
md family cf the State Farm I they arc Trill bless you and heal you and
ured the natural waistline. with the Ersley Normans.Mr. I
includes the regular Sunday .
I Club Week at their annual Rally I I i moving from West Palm Beacn
well and ,
railed the Pendarvis family on leturn ycu to us. strong: '
and Mrs. M. Perez of Lock-
To erA a perfect evening the Day recreational event. The School hour from 10 to U a. m. I to Jacksonville. '
.J" ;loosa visited Mr. and Mrs. Erlie :Sunday. will Mom.It I All Work GuaranteedA.
refreshments I Jl.lt which the singing oe-
grcup w i served 4-H will feat- : Richard and
:. theme Round-Up Guests of Mrs. Leona Edwards Harvey. our sons. is nice to have Mrs. Bessi
1. frcm mj: L aUi active tea tables. ure races contests, roping jump- Padgett and family on Sunday.Mr. Smday morning were Mr. and pin with dinner being served at Wayne and I visited Sunday with Cochrane back with us again. C. Williams
r and Mrs. Commodore Crews
About ven hundred Home De- ing and the Grand March. 1 p. m. Following the dinner of mother Mrs. Leona McCarthy
their Mrs. Bryant Tucker and family. !Harveys after spending several weeks in.. 1.12V.. Call St.
had Sunday dinner guests
,- st n-cnstia on members were in at- All 4-H'ers and parents are asked as of Fernandina Beach. They. with good old hcme cooking that our and his sister and brcther- Gainesville.Mr. i i
son, ELma and family of Valdcsta, Starke Fla.
Jack v:1\1 lltilbronn ladies well known ,
Those I are
:
e. attending to circle Feb. 23 on their Mrs. Edwards were dinner guestsof in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Still- and Mrs. Charles Davis I
: frtm ir ounty: were: Mrs. Lot- end Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crews t. for the singing will continue on I Formerly Roberts Jewelry
calendars: and plan to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards I well and children of FernandinuRrach. and dauahter of Orlando spent I
end family of Starke. the
throughout afternoon.
tie Eda. Js, Mrs. Dave Green. I Calendars cf Gainesville.Mrs. ; I I During the afternoon. w' the weekend with the former'sbi I

Mrs. Johr. Dcuglas Linda Green I Speaking of calendars the 4-H I Mr. and Mrs. Rudy HigginbothIam Hester Hicks held a Stan- I A very cordial invitation is ex I viMted Fort Clinch located in other and sister-in-law Mr. and I
Maxvillewere
;q Judy Kelly: Mrs. J. B. White I girls are certainly enjoying the weekend and daughter of of Mrs. Na- I ley Party at her home on Friday tended to you and your familytc 1 Fernandins Beach. Mrs. James A. Davis.

;i and niece. Mrs. S. C. Harley. Mrs. 4-H calendars given them by De- guests evening. Those present; were Mrs. attend and help us to have a : Well guess that's about all. Word has been received here CONTRACTORSCARPENTERS

ten dance from areas surroundingE. Witt C. Jcnes Funeral Home. On than Starling. Jacksonville Effie Miner. Mrs. G. W. Roberts, :bigger and better day. Yes, Homecoming May: the food Lord always watch that Oscar Davis has returned to

L. Cox. Misses Edith and Rosa the calendar is a picture of Virginia -. Rev Roy Mallard of Mrs. Josie Starling Mrs. Arthur I: Day. a day set aside once ever and bless you and yours as his home at Hampton after spending -
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I1 Moore Linda Wasdin. Mrs. R. V. Parrish, Brooker. and David I II ; Heights Baptist Church. First conducted Pearce. Mrs. Glenn Shuford. Mrs. I.a' year for the re-union of non- only He csn do. bye now. some time in the hospital at
at the
I Turner Mrs. A. C. Belche, Mrs. I prayer meeting liesident members and friends
I Allen. Hampton. Virginia is an James Waters, Mrs. O. J. Anders Orlando. and recuperating at his PAINTERSWe
r Roy Cooper. Mrs. R. Baptist Church Wednesday even- i and feel the I
M. to meet
; Caddell. i outstanding 4-H member of the and Miss Geraldine Starling. everywhere yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'THERESSA i son's home in Cocoa. I
in the absence of the
ing pastor '
Mrs. Wallace and home to
Miss of
Dorothy coming
.satisfaction
I year. and Mrs.
family
The Allen Hart Mrs. and children
Clyde Hersey
Ross. New Bulletin Rev. R. Earl Moses. Rev. Moses servicesat : the Little Country Church. Thus have Limited Supply
I Nancy Keene attended I.nere shopping in Palatka Satur-
in
was teaching a study course I
Sour Cream Tuna Rolls I if enjoy Christian fellowship
I "Using Florida Citrus Fruits"is Brother Mallard's church during Wayfaii Chur h in Gilchrist you cay.! They also visited the Donald of left-over paper on rolls.
One can (16 and one-half or 7 I inspiring gospel singing and good I Ii ;
yours for the asking. Just call 1
the week. There were 60 people i County. Sunday. i foods be at Heilbronn Church By Ruth Griffis TIerseys while there. I From 17 to 72 inches wide.
i me at WO 4-2865 or drop a cardto Rev. and Mrs. Earl Mcses visit- :
taking the course. 1. and attend .... ..... Mrs. Foy Breeden. Mr. and Mr>. : Perfect for of
I me at Box 267 Starke.LAWTEY. ed Rev. and Mrs: Rov Mallard of March Come early ... ..... protection
THE Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett had .JUI Earl Hill and children and Mrs.
Sunday School we'll be looking I
I afternoon.Mrs. floors furniture while
... .r.... .............1I ns Sunday guests Mrs Clara Jacksonville Sunday Harley Sr.and Mrs.L. lor you find )you and especially Thanks For Editorial ,i lola Davis all of Worthington I etc.,
CHRISTIANSCIENCE Young and Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. H. It could be we may be a little j attended services at Hope Baptist work is in progress.;

Bennett of Jacksonville. H. Hill were in Lake City on OU. bit: prejudiced. but we agree with I. Church Sunday and were guestsof

I Mr. and Mrs. R W. Sapp and Sunday for a visit with Mr. anti Other church announcements I Ii the editor that last week's Telegraph I the James H. Breedens of Silver Bradford CountyTelegraph ;;
Nelson Blocker and sons. i jinclude an observance of the;
i Mrs.
family of Jacksonville had Sunday 1: : editorial was one of tha Lake that afternoon.
Week of for Mis- I
Home
Prayer
MONITOR ,:> dj Mrs. Joyce T. FutebAAAAAAA4.AALAAAL4ALAAA dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur suns by the WMU ladies the first easiest-to-read least for us in I I Mr anI Mrs. R. G. Zeigler and

'4AM T Pearce. the Theressa community. We are daughter. Mrs. P. M. Heckard and
i I. week of March and on March 4,I
INTItMATIOMAL I, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders visited proud of our Community Center I

Mrs. Lu Norman had as guests; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins loiter regular Wednesday evening and it is nice to know that our

during the week Mrs. H. H. Lyle I'of Jacksonville ThursdaY'. Prayer Monthly meeting Church, will Conference.Mrs. be time. for I. efforts are noticed and appreciated -1 THE YELLOW\ SPOT

(If Jacksonville Mrs. Mary Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beasley elsewhere. We thank you

:Good Redding Mrs. Mattie Carter, Mrs. and sons moved recently to Ocala $ Cornelius Moore High Mr. Editor. for ycur presence at I2flIROWNLEE ST. STARKE FLA. -

Morris Carter. Mrs. Elisha Grif- where they will make their future EosOLU2 TIEGtIiSoil School publicity ,chairman reports I the fish supper and the publicity .,

,for the fis and family.Mr home. I I Conservation' I on the High; School PTA meeting I'given us afterward. We wonderIf FRESH DRESSED MULLET, lb. 25c "

Whole and Mrs. J. W. Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. George Atkinson held in the High School Library you wanted therecipe of the .

fr Family Jackscnville were Monday luncheon !I of Jacksonville were Monday N-E-W-S Tuesday evening of last week. I cake you liked so much? FRESH TOMATOES 2 lbs. 25c

I guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. I c\ening dinner guests of Mr. and I The OCT were in charge of the [Editor's note: Sure do. How ,

News I%v. Roberts They also visited their!| Mrs. J. C. Tye and family. Later Soil Conservation By BUI Haas Service program rendering an interesting about printing it in your column FRESH COUNTRY EGGS doz. 45c

j-.ster. Mrs. Effie Miner while i I in the evening Mrs. Atkinson and ctbate. J. G. Wcod. assistant ?! ,

.I lirre.Afr.. I Mrs. Tye attended the regular principal gave a thorough report Junior Class Party

Facts I! and Mrs. Percy Kelly of Mi-I: meeting of the O. E. S. Chapter Lj The continuing Soil Conservation its effort to Service bringto concerning ,the testing program Mrs. Clvde Bradley and Mrs. J. Open 7 Days A Week

i;'mi took his mother. Mrs. Margaret 224 in Starke. for the high school.. D- Griffis entertained their Junior

Family Features Kelly to Bradford County I Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burney varieties the farmers of plants.new The and plant better ma-]1: The Seniors 'won the prize a- Sunday School and Training. YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED _

Hospital Thursday. Mrs. Thelma i their daughter Mrs. A. V. Smith ttrial center at Arcadia is work-I I tam, for having. the highest lI ---- __ .1
/ -------------- Kelly of Gainesville visited the and young !'on. Michael and Mrs. t.number I. of parents present. We ;-: ------JIT'S
the problem of of improved -
ing
on use
The Christian Science Monitor H. C. Kellys and Mrs. Margaret Jack Kirkland of Jacksonville I I.hope each of you will be able to
.- One Norway St.. Boston 15,Mass. varieties use of plants, be with us at our next meeting
Kelly during the weekend. visited Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp and'1 t i
Send your newspaper foi the time Misses Terri Pons and Kate Sunday afternoon not now generally accepted I being the third Tuesday of March.
check d. Enclosed find my check or better cultural and management-
\ Wilhoit cf Tallahassee were week- I Rev.Everett. Johns. Pat Offord. f All parents are also urged to
oid .
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money yeot $18 0 pi actices which would give a
6 months $9 0 3 months $4.50 0 cnd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bry- I and Mrs. Bertha Lee Crews of greater degree of conservationthan I ultend the Elementary PTA
::'nt Rcdc ish. They attended the I ATachua spent Saturday with Mrs. I 1 meeting- to' be held in the Ele-
can be gotten with the
Horse Show in Gainesville Satur- I Nancy Kcene and the Allen Harts. mentary Cafeteria Tuesday even-
plants and practices in currentuse.
Name day afternoon.Mrs. Rev. George Chism of Moniac The Soil Conservation Ser- I| Li? at 7:30: p. m. Come and support -

L. H., Hill and Mrs. Effie Ga. called on Mrs. Senie Prevat.t, your PTA. You are wanted UNLAWFULS
I vice is furnishing Bradford Soil
Address lIner1ere: in Baldwin on Thursday Sunday afternoon. t r lid needed.
Conservation District 50 poundsof
t afternoon for a visit with I Hassie Reynolds of Baldwin I Mrs. E. L. Cox reports on the
CIty Zone s'ott Intermedia and 25 pounds cf
PB.M Mrs. Mamie Oliver Albert Sappenf ield, and Jack Reynolds Lanceoiata crotalaria. These two Hcme Demonstration Club which .
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and attended the opening of the I met in her home recently. The .

.. Daytona International Speed Wayat varieties poison livestock.of crotalaria They are will not new not':.(ii'Inonstration for the afternoon For Any Person or Persons to Engage in ;

Daytona Beach SaturdayMrs. n-.cluded tricks to make sewing
varieties and have been plantedin .
FOR SALE Buddy Hague of Alachua I I easier and the showing of new
I was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Bradford County many years 'attachments to make different
ago. The cattle like these crota- Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless :
Mrs. H. B. Hague and family. larias.Zedra Hamilton of Brooker I stitches on sewing machines. The

They all drove to Jacksonville in i hostess served -a delicious pound .
will the crotalaria to increase -
plant
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE the afternoon for a visit with \ :i cake, recipe taken from Miss Koss
its seed.M. .
column and cookies the recipe
I Mrs. Paula Strickland. O. Harrell's farm plan has &
I 1 Name Is Registered
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand from the citrus book and soft
355 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. been revised to fit it to his conservation I
daughters visited Mr. rndMrs. drinks. A delightful time was enjoyed -
f Malcolm is I .
: reserve. all. Place of next meeting .
Russell F. Tyson of Jacksonville I Icroplaid. I by
planting pine trees on part of his
: EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. I the second Thursday after- '
He is also planting some in March will be announcedat
Smith of Marietta Sunday. of his cropland to Pensacoia Bahia noon a later date. Read This Florida Law

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For Anyone Wanting 'Business of His Own Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. grass which he plans to put .
L. Waters and sons were Mrs. I I Henry Thornton spent from ,
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into base rotation .
a grass crop
: IP INTERESTED CONTACT OWNER Lyle Schmehl and daughter of system. I Friday evening' until Monday "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined hereia, to
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. morning in the Glendale Hospital
Buford Higginbotham of Maxville.Rev. : A comolete soil and water conservation in Palatka. Very glad to report engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined .

ROBERT GERARD Sanford Mayo and Misses A. B.farm Whitehead.plan' was He preparedfor is_ put- ,,1-e is better and able to return without and unless said! fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the

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Carl Fay Bradley and Barbara I I ting in some Pensacola Bahia to, work. May we remember to clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business
501 N. ". Slh Ave. Gainesville, Fla. Starling attended a MYK) Council pray in"his behalf and for others
pasture and told me his cows get shall consist of with the clerk aforesaid affidavit .
I' ,- meeting in Worthington Springs, I in the community who are in is. with registration filing an
out of Bahia than
more grazing
.f U Sunday afternoch.Mr. other ickness and pain. signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
any grass
and Mrs. Fred L. RobertsJr. Friends have you heard the newlecord. interested i in business the extent of the interest
The Bradford Soil Conservation all thoe the enterprise, *
tooth Aunt" and
and family of Jacksonville t ) "Snaggle
visited i the J. C Tyes Saturday.Miss District is going to take part in "Night ,Train"? If you haven t of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried

Joan Rafuse was the the State Soil Conservation Dis- heard it listen to the Big Ape on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring
weekend guest of her cousin. Miss trict speaking ccntest. The title Radio-.Station in Jacksonville, the
I to in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
cf the speech this is "Con- engage
: Margaret Miles of Lake Butler. year WAPE. Did I hear someone ask
Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. serving Florida's Wildlife throughSoil !why? Because our cwn communityboys their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

I Joyce and Ralph Futch attendedthe Conservation Districts." are hoping to make a hit record ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the county ,
I was calling on Leaton Morgan and we hope they will be
1k ;: : I game at Brdford-Bolles Bolles Academy basketball in Jack- Jr. the other day. and went l t successful. Congratulations are where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not b..

ronville. Friday evening. over and looked at the steer extended to Gene Norman who accepted by the clerk of the circuit court' except upon receiving proof of

Wilkin- Buddy Mathews is feeding out for and to James Cowart and
; Friends of Mrs. Walter I jcings, such publication.
wn'will be glad to learn that she the F. F. A. Steer Show and Sale I Everett, Maje playing the guitar

.. II returned to her home here on on March 4 at Gainesville. Be I i Mid to. J. L.. Wilkinson playin

a { Wednesday after an extended sure to carry your livestock that t]U\e drums. This reccrd has been .

stay: in Riverside Hospital and day. FFA chapters will receive .played over WAPE in Jacksonville I

I with her son-in-law and daughter some cash returns from all the a number of times and you will 1

I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and animals sold that day. "be able to purchase same in the If in business under
engaged name
___ i family of Jacksonville. She, is improving stores in two weeks..We can help YOU are any

U\- = slowly. Dogs Do DamageTo these boys by purchasing the record .

-- ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon and arid by sending in requestsfor

..v---r.II -:_ family of Palatka visited Mr. and Spring Gardens it to radio station "WAPE"in other than yom own and have not had this name

I Mrs. D. B. Thomas and family Jacksourille. They would each ,
Dogs on the loose anyway, and .

Our "1 1-Polky", Plan and Deepes other relatives sympathy here of Saturday.the community spring do not go well together ',appreciate Sunday guests cur support.Mr. and Mrs.K. .
especially if homeowners have a will be
; is extended to Jesse planted a garden. I*' Morgan were Mr. Morgan's; properlyadvertised and registered, we ;
l brother. Mr. andMrs.: Dean Morgan
time and money !Smith and family in the sudden Chief Riley Sweat on receiving
saves you passing of his wife, Mrs. Nettie. arid family of White Springs
complaints that roaming dcgs
Smith. [and Mr. Morgan's niece. MissDervene glad to've all Information to
for were scratching up plantings I necessary as
A good uay to get fire, theft-and liability protection. Mrs. Bennett Wilkinson and said "Dogs into11 are supposedto f Morgan of Jacksonville.Mr. I you .

your home is through our*** -Policy" Pack ge. It's more sen, Freddy, with Mr. and Mrs. be on leash. It is unlawful to and Mrs. Harold Norman

20ft or give Jim Thomas of Starke visited Mr. I and their guests. Mr. and Mrs.
much as "
comenient. It can save you as let them run at large. I should do.BRADFORD ;
attended the what
and Mrs. Shep Thomas in Lake George Shufcrd.
you more protection than separate policies or both. Butler. Saturday. He added that dog owners "Harness Race" in Jacksonville you .
sometimes needed to be reminded.
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Call us for information. and S Friday evening
more Mr. and Mrs. Rav Rosier of .
this but usually cooperate
daughter were in Gainesville on I Weekend guests of ilr. and Mrs.

I iH. C. WALL! AGENCY Monday Mathews.: to see Mr. and Mrs.' Jack when the matter-is put to,them. I Cornelius Moore's'brother Moore and sister-in-law were Mrs. COUNTY TELEGRAPH


STARKE. FLA.RefXMentint Arthur Green of Norfolk. Va. TITE RIGHT' FONT for the Mr. arid Mrs. Shirley Judd and t .

rpent the weekend with his parents way you write. Come In IUId ee- family of Orlando. Mr. Judd is

fcvt your favnrtt KSTERRROOKFwmtafcr !stationed in Orlando: with the U. I r-=-- ..:
the Hartford Fire Insure :e f/t t .ny Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green -_--= --== ==---------- =- -__ __ ..L_ ----JIT
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