Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03469
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03469
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.,. I Weekly Payroll

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I/ Will Soon Reach
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\\1rs $

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1 k4i ?%i' ffi *- & $*ter; w I Ii$$30,000Here

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Around 125 employees !

Ij j I Birmingham bert Construction, Ala. firm ,i

to the Starke area this .I

look over work on the I the district
March 19-20
natural gas lateral line to
ionville.The m-
i! I interested
crew started

pipe: Tuesday and, work being:
I II: soale operation is reached : science by
II I I, .
I week or ten days will push I

at the rate of 2.000 feet (

than a mile! per day.E. I

Ray Abney, job ;

ent whose trailer office

I up on E. Brownlee St. last Lawi

said that from 75 to 100

I still needed the "
I are on
persons interested in
i i \ struc-
rpply to the nine job
; :; to high-
i the warehouse (located
in the

... _... f&rmer Johnson Farmers ::
: -c ma RfS-fl -- S7-rt' -' T -- .g -- .1 I ; ; the county

Negress Given m ...' : .." I building and Chasteenl across) daily from : i| .

i Jy have mem-
to 7 a. m. He said the

t I pays common labor $ Board meet

Five Years For j l hour. 10 cents above i for sub-and

c average.
"- : Office manager Tom I Conner
: : I
ton said the company's I

Part In RobberyLuethel this Friday should be I was passed Attor-

t te 15,000; next Friday about $ :
local bill to
end when the operation
Chandler Starke election poll
young I
full swing will run
Negress and "brains" behind a per hour.
000 and $30.000 weekly.
robbery plot in Reno on Feb. 20, I said it
Richardson expressed:
was sentenced to five years in the ; ; qualified
Starke merchants will
women's prison at Lowell by Cir- rate.
with the company's !

cuit Judge Geo. L. Patten Wednesday cashing their payroll approved

.morning. Pre-sentence investigations for the
I said that the Community !

were orderd for her Bank of Starke had ; I ,. and pur-

co-conspirators., Isaiah Allen 19, nv honor the checks which : machine

2nd Joseph Mitchell, 20, also mailed from ]I : J The latter

colored. I each week. I : ,at $8715.

The trio had been held in coun- Tl The Harbert crew ] : bill ,to bgfore pay

ty jail under $2,000 bond each ; m I move here last week I boardl It. was

following their arraignment before .pleting work on a 118 .1 l '
: new t .edule
CountyJudge T.A.. Yawn tion t>f' 18 inch main i iI ; .
last Saturday when they waived I I'Ft. Pierce to Miami. : bYhe

r (''pleted! section will .I j arrive'at'a
preliminary hearing and were I ;, it for a reg-

held to'answer to circuit court on ,. 1.ij j joined to the line now board would

the robbery charge. Additional J construction southeastward 1'

charges of assault and battery 'the,' Brooker compressor r f increase the

against the three are still pend- Abney said that about 60 i I home

ing in County Judge's Court. .ij & ers are moving here per day
I company and that the
As pieced together from testi-
# of the force will be hired ;
mony given by the defendants,I
Around 20 families have ,
Luethel devised a plot whereby
and about half of these _
rhe would lure Arthur I Fuzz I
ready been set up in
French middleaged Reno Negro, $ 1 d
I 1 I> Starke or nearby. ; a e
from "Coot" Lumpkin's house in apartments are still ;. !

keno, where he was visiting, and I rersons with housing for 4th

into a secluded spot, where the its Bradford to i j
; Cutting way across 2sked to give listings

two younger Negroes could take County the 24-inch main bert office. WO 4-3955, |I.
his money. She knew French was I 'cngthy line. The big engines will Miami. Association
line natural gas pipe is shown Chamber of Commerce. I
drinking and had money on him, above being jacked through State be able to pump 250 million cubic Lower right: E. Ray Abney Barnard and Burk. the :: of pies

it was said.EveQ.thing. I Road 23 just north of Worthing- feet of gas per day I white shirt 1, job superintendent, engineers who have the job : .at March the BUS 14
Lower left: Big joint where ,
went according to I lon Springs last week The mainline pipe and Tom Richardson, office manager specting the line as it is ; .. '...
arches cut of the ground is the .; ')
and Luethel led French downa !
plan pipe is now well beyond the so established an office -
CI ubber" area where gas is are pictured in front of the :j to be held
dirt road on "The Hill" where compressor station at Brooker on !meek in the Perryman 1 1
cleaned to prevent minute i commodious trailer office of Har- :
any t
Allen and Mitchell hidden '
were its way to Miami !'on S. Ccurt St. This I
bert Construction Corporation, that prof-
particles of foreign matter from :
from sight. The younger Negroes have a staff of nine I
center is
i pictured the main
i E. Brownlee St. in on this
getting into the delicate valves set up on ..
attacked French supposedly with I I Harry C. Jones, chief :
(I building at the Brocker com pres- in the pump house system. Far Siaike this week. Harbert is constructing l meet
their fists, and in the melee that The Jacksonville I
followed, the older man received I| sor station where three 2.0001:i end of the pipe is coming in from j ; the lateral line into : about miles band uni.1 -

serious injury from which horsepower engines will be housedi I I the direction of Quincy while end *Jacksonville from the main line 1 rass seven '
o eye Starke. will cross U S. 301 '
he has not entirely recovered.Due i!I : maintain pressure on -the in foreground is heading toward at Brooker compressor station. i I Highland area and then ; the visitors Contest are,

to the darkness of the spot ;is' R. 228 into
Readies school bands
and his dazed condition, French Men Claim Joy Ride'Cost $$600 three inch lateral will :: ,

did not recognize his attackers \later into Starke. but it j ,,! day's actm-
and assumed that one of the men Dumps known yet who will Band

was Luethel's husband Alfo nzoy When Girl Companion Nabbed FundsAn I contract. !;: stadium at

Chandler who had previously In Rural Areas : to this spec-

sued a warning to anyone caught I Legion Slates ; i 50 cents for
I i apparent "joy ride" involving -!;came to Starke last week to be .
(Continued on Page 4)) The first in a system of rural- I for students.
two cut-of-state men and ,near her husband, who was sentto
area garbage dumps in the coun- 40th Birthday
']''the wife of a Raiford prisoner en- '' Raiford prison Feb. 23 after
ty was opened to the public this] 1
ic'ed unhappily last week with the conviction in Marion County on
I week according to a report by I,
[.men charged with public drunk- a narcotics charge.Investigator CelebrationOver
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r i County Sanitarian Jack Trawick
i enness and the woman lodged in Gene Farrell of 1
f at Monday's meeting of the Coun- I
I Alachua County jail on a chargeof the Alachua Ccunty sheriffs office the nation ulls:
VISITING YOU. ty Commission. I
1 f grand larceny. talked to James Hill, 46, op- week the American
Trawick said a designated
I IC Lucille Taylor. 29, of Chambers erator of the former Gumber's celebrate its 40th (birthday t

a cfP1.2I: \ I =cumping area is now available at County Alabama was arrested in service: station on U. 03. 301 northof ed in Paris, France, ;
the old overpass on S. R. 100 near ,
a taxicab at Fairbanks last Starke and was told that the 1919 by a group 01
1 II Crystal Lake, and is designed to
Thursday after two men she had I woman came to the station the veterans, the Legion is
take of disposal needs for
I II I care teen with earlier in the day told j morning of Feb. 24 and said she to the preservation of
PLEASE BUY residents: of Crystal, Bedford. Silver -
Gainesville police she had stolen ?was looking for work. i the American way of
and Little Santa Fe Lakes ,
Cllil l lI around $600 from them. Ii Hill said he told ner of two the Legion Is composed
SCOUT as well as surrounding area.
Victor Sawyer, 54, of Norfolk.Va. 1 [Continued on Page 61 J ': 000 members in 18,000
COOKIES I LI Signs will be placed designatingthe .. and George Emery, 58, of : throughout the world.

dump. Trawick said. i Chiocowinity. N. C. were arrested l'Legion Post Pays In observance of this
I I The sanitarian reported negotiations -
rnd charged with public intoxi- I Post 56 of Starke will
also under way for legal $1620 To City
I with at
a birthday party
r1 cation after they made the com- I
dumping grounds in the GriffIS rlaint.! !For Park Facilities I home .on Temple Ave. ,
; : I
) Loop. Graham, and Heilbronn 'i The men told Alachua County i day Commander Harry :

-<7 sections of the county These will officers they picked the womanup I American Legion Post 5b pre- nounced yesterday. The

be announced as soon as secured,. sented a check for HttOJZO to.t meeting will fce preceded
at a service station near I '
) he said. Starke and had been to High City Council Tuesday night m pay- per at 6:30: and all .

Arrangements have been made ment for utiKty installations made veterans and their guests
Springs before coming to Gain- .
la have garbage covered up at at the American Legion Trailer vited. Cooking 1
esville. They said a wallet, con-
these locations once a week by Park off Temple Ave. 'finder the supervision of
e taming from $600 to $800, and
i equipment under the Bradford In presenting the check A. J..t i Bishop and Bill Graham. .
belonging to them had been open
!County Mosquito Control pro- Thomas Jr. said that seven trailers 'j t o* the program a !I
This Space Contributed on the seat between them and the
Ip-am. : I belonging to gas lme workers>I''"We Who Serve," will be \
Taylor woman during' the ride.The .
Weekly to Publicize Trawick said the new sites are were already occupying the park: telling of the : Club:

Community Events by In addition to ones already in men said they discovered I and facilities for nine more will i grams and background.
\operation at Starke, Lawtey,,the money was missing when they:I be filled within the next few days."' Commander RaHb said ; John Allen
}, High Springs but their I !1!
THE COMMUNITY Hampton, and Brooker. Beached I t The trailer park was undertaken i report will also be made KKAI !

STATE BANKOF The public is reminded thai i complaint\ "was dismissed as'I by the Legion ,as an emergency';, new Legion trailer park I Ilion i I : I

damping trash on highways carries -1!"diunk talk. They went_ on to project to provide space in towr' the post property, I !i week will be

STARKE a $100 fine, and the coopera- I'Gainesville, where the woman for some of the many pipe HIM>'; reports of other in Action"

tion of everyone in the use of called a cab and left them. She construction workers who will U I!ilvice! projects in which I !I at the Warn.I .

(Member F.D.I.C.) .the designated: dumping grounds i was arrested a short time later. in this area for the next ret v v' engaged. ,All members I I I I! 1 at 3:45

'"is urged. Mrs. Taylor tcld authorities she I months. ''to attend this important ; ,l iavuecl.longe ..



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.:._--- -,- ------- ._,- -.- :street 11O.. Pox 4St7.; Jacksonville said cause in the office of the Undersigned A. Knight: Clarence Melton and his before ad! date as required by the
Flcrida. Plans and specifications Clerk of said Court at wife. Dell Melton. R. It. Grider. laws of Florida and the 1954 Rules
editorialWelcome I may be purchased' from rtey-' tarke, Florida, on or before the and his wife Nancy E. Grider: of Civil iTocedure. If you fail todo
Farmers Diary lolds, Smith and Hills. Architects I mh day of March. A.D. 195. and Cozie Eldridge: and the City of so a decree pro confesso will be
II and Engineers, for the um of 1 I tJ servea copy thereof on JlellisV Starke. a municipal corporation s s enteredagainst TOO for-re1id "He
I 115.00 *er set; which up to two sets,1nly Knight plaintiffs attorney defendants, by Kenneth C. Grider manded in the complaint.
By Sato McRarrfy: being refundable, to prime whose address is P. O. Box 842, as plaintiff in the above entitled It ts hereby ordered that this
contractorswho submit bona fide Starke. Florida, on or before said Court and cause: that the relief order and notice shall be published
", Pipe-liners .l, lids, their sought in aid snit I is
upon return In good con- the Laws of to remove once eacn week for four repberu.
date as required by
}. cu his place, and then spend all Florida and Rules of Court. If
i late Cf bid Individual you firm plaintiffs title the aboas
opening to
his'time just trying to Fin- a publishedin
keep newspaper
It is always stimulating in more ways than one tI.i J'ppies of the specifications and par- fail so.. to do a decree pro confessogill described" land as' an indefeasiblefee Bradford County. Florida and
negan running. i tial sets of drawings may be pro b entered again you for the simple till" thereto against the
having a general
to have influx of into community (
an newcomers a ., S. i rnr"d for $5.00;; per ropy and $:)..0 relief demanded in the complaint.This claims i-f you and each of you and said connty.AVitns .
and that is what Starke is experiencing this See where the largest rattler i per sheet respectively not refund notice shall be published you are l.(reby summoned ordered ,< my hand as Clerk of said
able. All bid! shall' be submittedon once a week for four consecutive and file of said
I required to your written Circuit 'ourt. and the seal
week with the arrival of personnel connected with II caught out at DeFuniak Springs; the standard proposal forms pro- weeks in Bradford County Tele- answer or defenses! to the complaintin Court at Starke. Bradford County,

the laying of the new natural gas pipe line into II I in a Rattler Roundup was 73 Vz ropies voided of with the the proposal specification.forms may Extra bertbtained giaph. commencing February 12, said' cause Clerk in the of said office Court of theundersigned at
inches long. That's an awful lot from the Architects and 1959.Witness
Jacksonville. I my hand and the seal of Stark iTadford County. Florida, CHARLES A. DARBY
of meaness but not nearly as big Engineer without charge.A said Court at Starke Florida, this on or before the 2fith dav of March. Cl+'k of the Circuit ("ourt.T"radr..rd ,
Things are humming in the county now, with the Bin Bond properl) ex>cnted by 1959.! and to sure a *-npthereof ( Florida
February 10. 1S5S.nnrriT
as the monster reported to have the bidder and by a qualified Surety on Th..ron A. Yawn Jr. plaintiffs Ther. A Yawn Jr. Attorney for
new 24-inch main line slashing through from The berry season is underway again been killed over at Kingsley Lake or a certified or cashier's! check ( Charles A.cornr SEAL) attorn-y. whose! address! is: 1' o Plaintiff Po t Office Drawer ill,
rn any National or Stale Panic in Drawer *91, Starke. Florida, .starke, Florida. 2-19 4t SllALVAREZ'
on or
to east the 16-inch laterals
cutting across for on Friday we saw fruiton which "filled a washtub. a sum not lessthan five percent Clerk of said Circuit Court.
from north to south, and the multi-million dol- sale along 301 near Lawteyfor (5cJ;; ) of the largest amount, made 2-12 4t 3-5 un... -..
payable to the City of Starke. Florida Men's Clothing
lar compressor station well under constructionnear the first time this year. How- Biggest one we ever saw was must accompany each hid as a In The Circuit Conrf Of The Eighth \\11111 STORE I

: Brooker. Bradford County is a key loca- ever, it will be several weeks we out .in Texas at a roadside stand withdraw:guarantee that from the the bidder competition will not after Jodifi.il Clrralt Of Florida I. \.d Established 1894That's :

understand, before the crop really they had a big sign saying: "See For Bradford Const?. .
tion in the natural gas set-up in Florida, being opening the bids. and in the la Chancery. -
comes in and the market opens. the W2 ft. rattler." Sam said: event the contract i' awarded to Case No 12-713
the point where the laterals l branch off from the
the hi-ldPr. be will within ten (10) KEXxurn
S. "That's a doggone lie" and stop- C. CRIDER. ) Our BusinessIf
main line to the of Jacksonville days thereafter enter into contractand Plaln irr, )
serve metropolitan
area Had seme of Mrs. Charlie Shu- ped to make sure. He was wrong. furnish the required bond fail- vs. ) STTT TO

and the Gulf Coast area to Inglis. ford's homemade berry preserves That snake WAS that big, but ing liquidated wii'h damB he shall p".forfeit The deposit Bid Bond as JESSE .N. JONES et al, ) Ql'IETDefendants. It's Glass We Have It!

For the next three months (minimum estimate and it was really good. She uses then you might know they'd have and Performance Bond are requiredto Ordrr Of P.'UMltl..d. ) olire TITLE To s' II1I CALL WRITE or VISIT

), and possibly up to six months these activities tig berries, and each one is a everything big in Texas, [the 2nd the be surety secured or from insurance an agency company.of Defend
treat. Incidentally she also made largest state in the Union! which agency: shall have an established Joe Peters Glass C&
(construction of the lateral lines, and place of business in the City FLORIDA.
some cake:: with. black walnuts Florida
Railroad Company, a corporation -
construction of the station will 'f.r !Starke. Florida and be duly
compressor ) release that Smallest rattler in the Roundupwas ; The Atlantic Gulf and
was mighty fine. licensed to conduct business therein. -
a weekly payroll in the county in excess of S. a pigmy 9/i inches long. Butwe're Wt-Ht their India Transit Company and FOR ANY GLASS NEED

$30,000. Since a large percentage of this will go told that the small ones Each hid shall be addressed to J. Mitchell successors; Charles in F.interest Mitchell;Mary Edwin We Design Modern Store Fronts
The old the City Clerk, Starke, Florida!
saying that a wet win-
.. for living expenses, the pipe line activity should pack a lot of wallop in their marked "Bid for Municipal Natural B. Staples. Isaac J. Hatch: Just Mail Us A Pattern for
'" ; ter is good for berries is up for a nail Distribution : :' and delivered Charles A. Rogers; Lydia Ellis
have a stimulating effect the of poison. System: James T. Sorter, and John McKae. Table Tops
on Office
economy leal test this year. Heavy rains tcthe of the City
indmdcally and of
Bradford County for the next several months. during the past week have Clerk, City Hall tarke, Florida Florida Ilailroad Company as and theirlu.t'.u 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
We had few woods firesthi. either bv a representative of the
Local business houses should take advantage of soaked the ground more, and ber- very bidder who shall obtain a receipt John! C. Richard in trust Charles; Jesse N.E. Harrison Jones; 7
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Every year since
this ry growers now are worried about season. therefor or by registered! mail with and his wife. Anna E. Harri-
opportunity by "sprucing up" their stores .
we've been here the skies have return receipt requested.The
*cn: also known as Annie E. Han-i-
laying in larger and more varied stocks of the crop. Out our way. it's so wet City reserves the right to James Miller, .. ,, ,,... ,
f merchandise been dark with smoke a good part san; and his wife : : < .<;\ <.;< ;
the ducks are wearing rain hats. waive informalities in any bid; to Mary F. 1Ii1ll'r.J.. L. Gaskms; .,. ..f >>.'..,..".. <.' ,.,i.x "".
and 'i in general doing everything pos- S. cf January and February, but this reject ft.iy or all bids in whole or Thomas W. Sweat, and his wife. :f,.
sible to make our temporary residents feel wel- year we saw few fires. It's beena in part with or without cause Sallie Sweat: Malinda A. Butch; C. We bale them In stock now... K
andlor to the bids that in
Myrtle bushes, which were usedin accept M. Sparkman; J. Hampton Jones,
in the community and that their business good thing, too, for it means its judgment will be for the best
come and his wife Jennie C. Jones; J. G.
is olden times as a source of wax that a lot of trees will be grow- interests of the City of Starke, Flor 1A arcx; Mabel Knight: Ella John- \ 7lf $f Ottf f'I !
for candles, soil ; -
are good builders ing that otherwise would have ida.CITY son: r) L. Lander and his wife, t
There is also a demand for:houses, apartments we have learned. At least, that is COUNCIL Ella M. Lander; G. M. Inman and \I t
.. been killed. City vf Stark, Florida his wife Vonda E. Inman; Hernias f\ \ White Sidewall Tires
and rooms that faintly reminiscent of Camp the information given by our book .5. Iy Wm. T. Jat'kllontayor.. Lctlair also known as Herman Le- '<

cu trees and shrubs. We know Attest: dair who sometimes spelled his .. ... ..', '. '
Blanding daysthough not so hectic, of course. Hope it clears off for a whileso Carl Johns City Clerk. last name Leelare; Bert Bogart and <' :. '. :: ':'.:.fiJ.i .i1;
too, that the cows give them a fit 2-19 3t 3-3: his wife Anna J. Bogart F. J. "
Anyone who has anything to rent, however, that farmers: can get the land ;
in cold weather when other I'attee. and his wife Fannie E. .aw.Y .
.i. should list it immediately with the Chamber of grazing worked and planted. In times of Ik The CoaBtj J.d/p'.. Court Of 1'attee: Frank F. Winterling; The
was scarce and they do say Br.dCorttT., Florida 1OWEc'TPRIOES'1HMR9.)
drought we can irrigate but inwet Bank of Starke, a domestic cor-
Commerce (phone WO 4-5811)) or with the pipe that if you have a place infested !. Probate poration and its successors in Interest -
weather all we can do is to IX KE: Estate of E. Whelan,
line contractors (phone WO 4-3955)). pith fleas some myrtle branches open some drainage ditches butt also known as Evelyn: N. Whelan L. Thigpen; Josephine also known A. Marcotte as John; I.J. for genuine Firestoni whitewalls

In the meanwhile Starke has the reputation broken off and placed around will e trouble is there is no place for and as Deceased.Evelyn Xor'tadthdan.. Thigpen, and his wife, Stella FloralThigpen

.. town. Let's it that run the fleas away! That's one the *OTJ('.: TO REIHTOHS ; end all persons claimingany
of being a friendly keep way. water to go. interest in the property hereinafter -
the book_ didn't know about. Andif .5. All persons having claims or demands described by through under 95
Let the newcomers know they are welcome and want nice against the estate of Evelyn or against them or either of themin Size WhitewolU :
make their here pleasant possible. you a hedge around Alice is having the time of her 1;. Whelan, also known at Evelyn or to the following lands situate 15 4JO-U i
stay as as yard-what could X. Whelan. and XorstadtWhelan.
be Evelyn
your prettier life with the plants and treeswe've as ir Bradford County. Florida to-wit.: 6.70-15 18.95'" pin tai onJ
.. than myrtle kept well-pruned. deceased are hereby notified Commence at the point whet : r.cappob" 1Irt
set out around and required to file their claimsin
our new the Easterly right of way 'me 7.10-15 17.95 j
Anybody know of other uses for home. The Paul Scarlet rose bushis the office of the County Judgeof of Westmoreland Street intersects =
Just Around our old fiiend, the myrtle bush? Rradford County. Florida in the the North right of way 7.60-15 19.95
budding cut and lots of other Court House at Starke, Florida
line of the Wannee branch ol :
low Prices Bfackwalls Too.
: en .t
within eight calendar months from rdstlp..ButtrtrtE1Nel.The.
things! are showing signs of life, the Seaboard Airline Railway,
the date of the first of
; 'One of the nicest things about being in the Sold a spare water tank to a so spring must be here now. this notice, or the same publication will become and 34 minutes run thence West North a distance one degref ol ,.tIt"
man over at Hampton. Oddly enough 5. void according to law. This February t.
newspaper business is that it gives us a good excuse 145 feet along) the Easterly right 1295 1tCIN-
15th. 1959.! ; line of Westmoreland i'Y'
we've had no offers for our When you live in the country, First Publication 19, 19I9.: way PHILCOAPPLIANCES .t m.49
to get around and see what other folks are February Street for a point of beginning !Ill,
infamous old water pump, Finne- it's a time that fills you with hope Dorothy Agnes Swanbom. From said point of beginningcont'nae l1 1 I SIZE 'PRICK '
doing. We into awful nice :!
run some surprises Administratrix of the Estate of
gan. It seems to us that a retiredman North one degree 34
and joy at the"eternal mystery of l
Evelyn E. AVhelan, deceased.! minutes West a distance of Ift5 :}:..S L1 6.00-16 11.95
( that way. who is looking for somethingto life renewed. But it also is a HoDis V. Knight Starke Florida feet along said Easterly rightof ,. .:. 6.7O-15 12.95
A of weeks do could purchase Finnegan warning that the Attorney for Administratrix. way line of WestmorelandStr 7.10-15 14.88
couple ago we checked up on the as plants grow, 2-19 4t 3-12 thence North 8S degrees
folks at Theressa and found them install the temperamental outfitOuf 50 do the weeds! : 2 run$ minutes East a distance ., s 7.$0-15 1O.2OSee
going great r' :
: \ :;$ : :: :. ; ? ,.
: la The Ctreafi Court Of The F.ljtlltll of 360.1 feet to the Westerly 4 w : : : -o lit to qw k
guns with their Community (Center and recreation Judlrtal rirtwlt .f Florida la And right of way line oflyrtlE: .
had column was a fresh Jersey cow For Bradford ('..a They such
t program. a good success cry 27 minutes East! a distant Us For Philco Refrigerators Stoves
with heifer for $25. : -
with their recent fish fry that it gave the peoplequt Case No.: 12-710 of 123.24 feet to an iron stake or
S Bonnie Plaintiff, Dean the said Westerly right of way and
Craven vs. : Washing Machines Freezers
I Long Bridge way an idea, and now they'regoing Bradford High School was having Craven, Defendant. line of Myrtle Street: run thenc -- 1

to have a fish fry, too, this Saturday night, 01 : electric lights put in all the THE NAME NOTICE OF OF THE srrrIX STATE OF North West a 88'dpltrt'es distance of 40 3<'::1).minute:' feel! Air Conditioners

to "help finance some needed facilities at their yrr classrooms [so the students could FLORIDA: to point of beginning: lying and I

; church. If those fish and. hushpuppies study on rainy days TO: Dean Craven, whose residence being In the :Southeast: Quarter
e are as of the Southeast Quarter of Section. '

., gpooTas'the ones at Theressa we'll be there! The Senior personalities listed on is,You unknown are :hereby notified that a Range. 29.22 wnship E'ast.Gr.EETIXG 6 SoutB;. DODD S. FIRESTONE STORE

the school page were Lois Adkins, suit hi equity, in which the relief : You are hereby
And another section of the heard
county was
sought is divorce, has been filed a-
Martha Elizabeth Brownlee George notified that a snit in equity has I
-from last Sunday when the small,. but enthusiastic Past Franklin gainst you by Evmnie Craven in been brought against yon and each Phone WO 4-3861 528 S. Walnut St.
Eunice Eli-
Arwood the above named Court and cause,
of you and al"! against! The Seaboard
congregation of the Crocker Baptist Church zabeth [Bunnie Canova James and you are !summoned, ordered and Airline Railroad Company, a .
II' had a proud moment when they dedicated their Lester Austin and Sullivan Rhy- required to.fil,,,, your written answer corporation; D. E. Knight -and hiswife. Starke, Florida
[Edited By Alice McGarveyJ or df'fensl"rto complaint in N L. Knight; (). C. Cason; C,
lovely new church"parsonage certainly one of on Carter.S
the most modern and attractive homes in the In spite of fact that 1934 was

county. Costing almost $7,000, the finance Hill one of the "hard time" years Minister at the First Baptist

chairman was able to report Sunday that less there were lots of things good to Church in 1934 was Rev. J. J. 1F JFliD) is built i for people

I remember about it. Business men Johnson; at the Methodist .
than $100 remained to be paid to make the
pas- Church B. M.
seemed to have a new hope and Montgomery, and
tor's new home completely debt free. And chancesare were putting out a valiant effortto at the Presbyterian Church, George

that's been paid by now. get back on their feet. H. Lowry.

Pictures of this happy dedication ceremony A "New Deal" booster editioncf 55

will be found in this issue of The Telegraph.Yes the Telegraph had two pagescf Strawberry Week. Feb. 26' to
March 3. 1934 found Bradford
special advertising of county
things happening small with
are groups
with due
businesses with a thumbnail Ccunty light shipments
little resources are accomplishing great goals in 1"-,
sketch of each proprietor. It included to freezing temperatures in Jan-

many parts of Bradford County :and we are glad the Suwannee Stores tinder uary. A.fewwere: shipped.but thegrowers ...r... .14..:", }

that our job gives us a chance to get out and see. the management of N. F. said it would be March a

what's going; on. If you ever need a bit of inspiration Guilford; J. H. Denmark Furni- 25 before shipments would be Ford's wide seats are deeply padded all the way across f ,

you might try it yourself, some time. ture Co.; Starke Coca Cola Bottling heavy again.SECTION there's no hard spot for the middleman. And all six

: Co., J. F. Silcox; Starke 1 C1I.I FOR BIDS ;, passent !rs have plenty of elbow and hip room.

Hdw. and Furniture, P. Gassett; HrMCIPUATIIMI, f.\S DiSTItiBI'r10V -

Clover Farm Store, G. C. Kruse ('icy of Mnrke.S1STKM Florida It's so much easier to get into and out of a Ford

Operation Garbage-Dump prop.; Carola Cafe W. E. Bryant; SEALED PROPOSALS. will be received .. with wide door openings contoured to fit you.

Bradford Hardware, J. B. Carlisle by the City Council. City of need to wear
the head room you
Starke, Florida until 2:00 P-iL Inside, you get
t, County Sanitarian Jack Trawick reported Progress ; Brownlee Bros, H. L. and J. Eastern Standard Time), on 12 hat. leg room to stretch out comfortably.
at the County Commission meeting Monday M. Brownlee, Props.; J. W. White March 1959, and opened by the City your
Council at that time in the Council
., toward establishing a system of legal dumping ti Son; Gulf Refining Co., E. C. room at the City Hall for the Installation -

.. areas at strategic points in the county. The first Priest distributors) ; S. R. Johns: system! in of Starke.natural Florida.gas distribution

of these will be opened this week at the old overpass Tison's Meat market; Dr. S. G.Lewis All material and equipment furnished -
optician; Perle Beauty am* all work performed shall
on Highway 100 near Crystal Lake; be in strict accordance with the
I Shcppe, Miss Perle Manning

specifications and contract
: This area is being established to serve resi- prop; Harold C. Wan insurance; plans.documents pertaining thereto. which

dents and weekenders on'Crystal Bedford Silver ernberg's Dept. Store; A. H. may be txamined at the office of
the City Ork. and at the office of J JIF
: and Little Santa Fe Lakes, and it is sincerely Green Grocery; Starke Stave Co., Reynolds. Smith and Hills. Architec'ta G

hoped that they: will make good use of this new W. P. Smith, prop. and Enl'ln..rs. 227 Park

Also Tip Top Grocery, C. H. I
facility. The shameful manner in which some
: flasworthy; Torode Chevrolet Co.;
people have been disposing of their -GULF TIPS-
garbage Mitchell's Drug Store; New Deal MM JFliD)

frequently tossing it by the boxful from, their Service Station H. E. Priest; stlcn ct.an

cars along the highways, or dumping it on someone Starke: Dry Cleaners JuniusM. by ERNEST TANNER

.else's' property is a health menace as wellas Smith; J. W. Andrews Jr., 640 N. Temple Ave.

citizens.an offense to sensibilities of more responsible Ford dealer Shop.; From and Hartman's Lawtey F.Machine R. is built for savings j

Carradine. G. W. Roberts and R.
Such indiscriminate garbage disposal is a vio- R. Thede also advertised their a ..Rd1t .

? lation of the law, of course, punishable by $100 wares. : Fords are lowest priced of the most popular

fine, and now that legalized areas have been pro three! Equipped with radio, heater, and i

: vided there will doubtless be a more intensive effort Postmaster Jeanette C. Young automatic transmission-Fords are priced ..::r-'< ::.:.:- ....
called attention of stamp ,collectcrs ....., .... .. !; ,
,, on the part of our law enforcement officers to 5102.75 less! ] ,J'{,' u'T
*+ to see that, the law is enforced. The dumping to the issue of Little America up iit. h "
stamps in honor of the Byrd Ex- ;
: areas will be well marked, and there will be no Ford Six and standard Thunderbird V-8 fl/ 4,
pedition to the Antartic. Sheets of >.'
for the law. thrive on lower-cost regular gas. .. f. >-
,, excuse anyone.not observing six stamps ungummed and un- engines

As soon as negotiations for sites are completed, perforated. especially. for collectors >> save you up to a dollar a tankful. Ford's

ti mail. q standard Fu8-Flow Oil Fitter saves still more... ; y
>: similar areas will be set aside for garbage dispos- were obtainable by i.. ;

:I' al in Griffis, Loop, Graham, and Heilbronn areas. .5 you go a fun 4000 miles between oil changes. t
The night blooming cereus belonging -lam
j; Starke, Lawtey; Hampton, and Brooker already to Mrs. Charles Overstreet New, standard aluminized Ford mufflers

:I:* have their own facilities, of course.. was killed by cold weather in the LcW '- normally last twice as long as the

The proper use of these areas will eliminate early part of February according ordinary kind. And Ford's exclusive new

|II what has threatened to become a disgrace to the to the same issue of the newspa i + Diamond Lustre Finish never needs waxing.
fd hare it ptlfrn
per. The interesting plant had attracted 'Told you
,',, county in some sections. The cooperation of the much attention having i KtttaT l' .

:II: public is urgently requested. bloomed many times in the precious -
It takes good gasoline,theproperoil roS world's best-selling
six.months. It had as manyas .
30 blocms on .some nights. to keep a motor running in top I..sidterMybsse I

: S. shape,-.to make it "purr." For .,trwcL k are .. roe k : PROPOKOQftEB: CARS i
:: EST. .187? Chevrolet came out in 1934 lubrication and -car-watering too E.r.tier..6dMt

with its. "knee action" model see-os*

JrrBMHED .CONTJNOCSLYCNPKR Motors advertised tiresas A
.. low $-I and' the classified Accomodate"n TERWILLEGAR MOTORS20'y
..'1 -.' THE SAME: MASTHEAD. as ig Enough tc 1 .

I* .-..bIiJte4 .f;.... ,'{'.r-a.d .r \ ne4,.* 1**..4 Clan Mattel column offered a used Corona +.
Inough to
tt .t thV; ''.1 otfire .t Stark. ;Fla. amder Act .f Mar X. 1879.t portable typewriter for $10. A- Appreciate )MADISON ST. PHONE: WO 43381I STARKE, -TLA.

cong other bargains in the same ...

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recently took part in 4th Armored Charles A. Darby. Clerk of the
Harry Davis Dies Ernest Williams
Division field training exercises a I I Circuit Court

in Germany. A wireman in Bat- At Lake Butler Rites Held Here I I Cha.By S J: Marian Kapfer.L Attorney Crosby. for D. C.Petitioner. -

tery C of the division's 16th Art- I I 409 j Lemon Street. Palatka.
i'lery Pfj Berry completed basic Harry Davis 71, owner and ?p- Ernest Williams of Opaloclca. a Florida. %-1% 4t J-5
training at Fort Hood, Texas and s EEC I erator of the Long Bridge Package retired agent with the Seaboard I'!I
: SERVICE MEN arrived overseas in November ::09R SOIl OUI STDTI ii Store on State Road 100 east Railroad died Tuesday and trial II
rites will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday -
f of Lake Butler, died Wednesday Wg
1957. He
was employed as a
brickmason at Lawtey before en- Conservation <50 Staff Sgt. Jack T. Judd, son of NEWSBy after being In ill health for sev- Cemetery with Rev. Donald Koko-
tering the Army in May 1957.
Russell B. Judd of Clewiston, for- ; ; PLl'Asr SERVE: eral years.Born moor officiating. 11
merly of Starke has enlisted in Haas 'YOUASl'lF. in Brooklyn, N. *? he had Besides his v.fe. Mrs. lola Williams
Chief Warrant Officer LeslieH Soil Conservation
the U. S. Air Force. A former Service >. 4 C been a resident*of Union _County of Opalocka he is survived I,iF
Harper, whose wife, Juanita _
student at BHS Sgt. Judd recently lives in Starke recently completed j Soil and Water conservation e,4 ,. .' for the past seven years. He wasa I by one brother. Bill Williams ol i'
completed five years' service 0- veteran of World War 1 and a Lake Butler, and two sisters, Mrs.'
j farm plans ; "
were prepared for A. : :, ; .:
with the Army. He was able supply |!I B. Whitehead. Clarence Moore 4 member of the Veterans of foreign Murlie Crews of New River, and
Mrs. B. A. Greek of Jacksonville. \
to transfer from the Army to the Wars.
Proving Ground Md. His training and Pete Griffis. A. B. is plan- ? ; ';
Air Force under the Air Forces included supervision of personnel ning to put in some Pensacola k $ ; Surviving are one brother, Edward He was a member of the MetnouTst -j
prior service program and main- Bahia pasture.I H. Davis of New York City, Church. |
tained his same rank. He was engaged in supplying am- and two sisters. Mrs. Lena Grant, Burial was in the family plot in
munition and special explosive came upon Pete cutting one .
pso? given a choice of assignmentto items. of his fields. He stopped his tractor and Mrs. Rose Silk, both of Brook- New River Cemetery with DeWIttC. i
his first duty station and was and we discussed Jones Funeral Home in chargeof
his soil conservation lyn.Funeral
cent to Moody AFB, Valdosta, Ga., I services were held at 2.. arrangements.
Stewart plan. He remarked
I Nelson Jones, whose
pending his assignment p.m. Saturday in the DeWitt C.!
home is on Silver Lake between that he turns under all the cr- Bill Teske I. the Circuit Court Sryrath Jadlrlal -
request. Sgt.: Judd is married to I ganic material he Jones Chapel with Rev. Allen I!:.! Cart IR And F.r Bradford
Starke and Keystone Heights, enlisted can to keep his
Mrs. Dorothy Maude Judd, a native Young: pastor of the Lake Butler Couatr. Florida.
in the Navy on Jan. 30 for oil in good condition. Chanrrrr >.. 12703In : n r
of On The Honor Baptist Church, officiating. Burial
Berlin Germany.
I four years. He would appreciate Clarence is putting in a Pensa- Eggs SystemBecause The Matter Of The Adoption
in Lake
was Crosby Cemetery.
: cola Bahia pasture. He Of A Female Minor Child whose
hearing from friends at the following stopped Wiring bad
Name is Cynthia Ann Sherotiw
Army Specialist 2-c Maurice A.
address Stewart Nelson hoeing berries and leaned on his By James Toy Siloo*. Petitioner. Circuits shorted?
Prevatt, whose wife, Ovedia, livesat can't be in I pecially the weather, I
one man they decidedto
Jones, SR-519-08-96 Co. 070. Re- hoe and said "I like Pensacolabest Funeral MondayFor Vs. State Welfare Pnard And flan See meafonce
Raiford. recently took part in several places at the same time. move here. J. Sheronse.: whop residence ill un And don't be thwarted. '
cruit Training Command U. S. as a pasture grass becauseit
the 4th Armored Division combat stands W. G. I IBilll 1 Teske decided to At present Mr. Teske has 1,000 Mrs. May DeesMrs. known. Respondent i
Naval rough treatment"Wildlife
Training ,
Center San Di- TO: Don J. Sherouse residence
efficiency training tests in Ger- put the business he conducts If your wiring U bad, just call on
laying hens with 550 pullets :
ego, 33, Calif. planting material was soon May W. Deese, 70, died unknown.
many. A fire team leader in Co. ., delivered to V. R. Ferguson R. C. on old SR 100 near Keystone to come into production. Saturday morning at her home in Please take notice that on the u... We'll rewire jvur house with
B of the division's 50th the honor Gth day of February. A. D. 195 t a
Infantry : on the bet materials at the lowestprice
Pfc. John A. Goolsby. son of Dampier Marklee Starling. GeorE Customers have become used Starke after an extended illness. Petition for the adoption of a Fe
pecialis Prevatt entered the Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Goolsby of Rt. Shuford and Vincent R. Smith. Teske has an egg route in lo the system Mr. Teske said Born in Clay County on March male Child whose name i is Cynthia in town.
Army in May 1957 and received Starke and one in Keystone and Ann Sheronse; wa filed by James
1, Starke, recently graduated froman The Soil Conservation Service in and apparently like it. He told of 19. 1888, her parents were the Lacy !Silcox. and you are hereby
basic combat training at Fort I Mrs. Teske teaches 'school: in ELECTRIC
intensive four-week infantry cooperation with the Florida being away for a few hours one late Pinkston and Martha Harris cr-mand.d to appear in said Courton
Hood, Texas. He arrived in Europein Fresh Water Johnson so they leave the egg- the 6th day of March A. T1J5 SERVICE
training course at Camp Lejeune Game day and leaving 25 dozen eggs Thomas. ,
November 1957. I cooling room unlocked with a and show c-anI!e. if any. why
S. N. C. This training, consisting of Commission, supplies quail food thinking that would be enough.On I Surviving are three brothers !said Petition should not b* granted.
field exercises, planting material. It is sign on: the door directing cus- 124HR COMMERCIAL* HOUSEHOLD
of his
bivouacs and marches one the returned he found all the
Jesse and Sewell both 01
Pvt. James L. Sauls son of Mr. objectives of the Soil Conservation tomers to help themselves and j j,I Thomas Witness! my hand and !seal of said
completed packaged
his basic Marine eggs sold and also those j:
and Mrs. Jasper P. Sauls of leave the money in a box. Theressa and Lacy Thomas ot rvnrt. at !Starke. Bradford County.
Starke Ccrps training. Service to encourage land ownersto still in the baskets about 40 doz Lake Geneva; and one sister, Mrs. Florida this 6th day of February.
has been assigned to Co. locate food Mr. and Mrs. Teaske and their
in off A P.
C, 7th Bn., 2nd Training Regt.at John E. McRae Yeoman that are unprofitable areas to cultivate areas three children. Patty 4, Wendy en. The money was safely in the Linnie Beck of Theressa. (PEAL)
Fort Jackson S. C. for eight 2-c 3, and Gerry 7, came from Cissna cash box.'Because. I Funeral services were held at
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. and need not be over oneeighthacre
weeks of basic combat Park 111. about a year ago. They he is in and %:30 p.m. Monday in Beulah Baptisl -
training. McRae of Rt. 2, Starke recently in size. For example, the strip out of the d I I
After that he will receive a two- took part in an anti-submarine of land along the edge of the field had a general farm there a few place frequently he said there Church with Kev. Hogarthand PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY
treek leave before reporting for I miles from Chicago but since is seldom enough money in the I I Rev. Merle Packham officiat your
warfare exercise off the coast of rdjacent to timber or a hedgerow
advanced both had visited Florida before box to ing. Burial was in the church
training with the Infantry Southern California. McRae is is perfect for food plantingsand tempt a and his customers -I
or other branch of the their marriage and liked it, es-I are all honest. cemetery with DeWitt C Jones
serving aboard the submarineUSS at the same time unpro- i
Army. Funeral Home in charge of ar
Volador. fitable to cultivate. Sapping and
shading of the soil by the trees in the county is eligible to and stimulating interest in conserving rangements. '
Cpl. Warren L. partici-I Active pall bearers were Kowan LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
Boatwright Recent Births this area prevent successful pate. The exact date for our natural resources.For .
fon of Mrs. Efife Boatwright of growth of crops. Plants used for trict contest has not been decided i further information contact Thomas J. B. Thomas J. C..

Lawtey, recently took part in two I Bradford County Hospital announces quail food production however, do but the area contest will be held your teacher, the county agent, or Sharpe Elbert Britt, Lee Bntt,

Marine Corps unit anniversaries the follow births: well in this location. It is wise in Gainesville. one of the soil conservation tech- and Carlton Britt. Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
Camp LeJeune, N. C.. while I Mr. and Ms.r Charles
Crawfordof land use and progressive farming The contest is sponsored by nicians.
serving with the 10th Regiment.His .I Starke. a son, Feb. 27. to utilize this land and make it your local Soil Conservation Dis- CARD OF THANKS I

training includes all phasesof Mr. and Mrs. Edmona Tenly Jr. produce a crop of wildlife. trict and the Florida Association I wish to thank all the people!
ground combat, as well as heli- of Starke, a daughter, Kim Elaine! "Conserving Florida's Wildlife cf Soil Conservation Districts each Melody QuartetThe !
who nice to
were so me dunng
copter and my
amphibious. assault. March 1. Through Soil Conservation Districts" year. It is designed to develop DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
e e
Favorite Melody Quartetwill stay in the hospital. For the beautiful -
Mr. and Mrs.! John CMliam ot
will be the subject of the rural and agricultural leadership
Pfc. Henry Berry Jr., whose Starke. a son, story Martell, Mar. District speaking contest this through providing for participation sing at Pine Level Baptist I, flowers, cards and visits.--I 136 'V. Call St. Phone: WO 4.4501

wife Dorothy, lives at Lawtey. 1. year. Any high school student in I I in public speaking activities Church Tuesday Mar. 10 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Henry Laporte. !

CLOTHES HAMPER 22.95 14.66 BED LAMPS 7.95 5.26
SWIVEL CHAIR 36.95 21.79
THROW PILLOWS 2.95 1.50 -

SWIVEL ROCKER 59.95 39.90

Chrome Smoker 14.95 9.71 LOUNGE CHAIR 59.95 39.88

: LIDO LOUNGE 129.95. 86.96 Platform Rocker 59.95 39.88

SWivel Rocker 64.94 43.90

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Space Does Not'Permit Us Come In Now As You Will 2-Pc. Sectional Foam Rubber Occasional I Chan 49.95 .29.68

To List Every Item We '11 :. fl' { //Jr Never Again Have An OpL.. R. SUITE 169.95 108.90 PICTURES 14.95 8.20

Have To Offer In This IS A" t. portunity To BUY FURNITURE -

GREAT MONEY SAVING AT ITS ACT2Pc.. Rose Sofa SUite 169.95 109.76 FLOOR LAMPS 19.25 12.65
EVENT! cap
3Pc. Grey B. R. SuIte 169.95 112.99
b} Contour ChaIr 59.95
The Harry C. Elrod Furniture Co. is Going Out of Business and will move from Starke. 46.82 3Pc. Blonde B. R. SUIte 169.95 11299

We intend to Sell Out to the Walls! Every item will be Sold at Our Cost in order not to Vibrator Chair 69.95. 49.20 3-Pc. Black and Grey

move it to our Palatka Store. This must be done now as we have already leased bus-
our Bed Room Suit 199.95 127.42
iness to another local firm. If you are going to need any furniture any time this year Swivel Rocker 94.50 63.49

you can't afford to wait an d. these Bargains. Restonc Mattress and

Swivel Rocker 44.95. 28.84 BOX SPRINGS each 59.50 39.26

I. S. Mattress and 8.88 Swivel I Chair 44.50 28.69 SVtAern Cross I. S. Iattress

BOX SPRINGS each 59.50 39.26
Box Springs Set 59.95 41.28 COCKTAIL TABLE
14.95 Rattan
Lamp -
8.88 1,9.95 12.29
Plastic Head Boards 7.95 4.97

22.90 BABY CARRIAGE 22.50 14.75 5-Pc Rat'n Sofa Suite 294.95 198.96 BONING[ BOARD 10.95 ?.23

BOOK CASE 29.95 19.65 BED SPRINGS 24.50 16.76
Plastic Platf'm Rocker 69.95 44.32 -
PLAY PEN 15.95 -

CARD TABLE 5.95 3.99 10.78 PORCH ROCKER 9.95 7.29

Odd Night Table 22.95 10.00 Rollaway Beds 47.95 31.10

CEDAR CHEST 29.95 15.90 Childrens Training Chair 7.20. 5.40[

HIGH CHAIR 9.95 6.85

6x9 Lin. Rugs 8.95. 5.50 BABY BEDS 29.95 19.75 USED FURNlTU8.E '

HIGH CHAIR 15.50 i Q.20

9 10 1-2 Lin. 11.95
x Rugs 8.00 PILLOWS pair 5.95 88 WERE NOW

3. 5Pc. Dinette Sets 69.95 42.50 LIDO LOUNGE 69.95 35.00

9 x 12 Lin. Rugs 12.95 9.50 -

BED SPREADS 6.95 3.50 6-Pe, 3Pc. L. R. Suite 99.95 49.50

71-2x9 Lin. Rugs 9.95. 6.00 Dining Room Suite 249.95 -
161.15 2.Pc. L. R. Suite 49.95 20.00
3Pc. Luggage Set 39.95 19.95

t\ I CHIFFROBE 40.95 29.94 32Pc. Set of Dishes .12.95 6.25ODD each 6.00 2.00

: 7-Pc. Breakfast Set 2.79 CHAIRS each 3.00 1.00
i MAPLE CHEST 32.50 2048 149 Childs Desk and Chair 28.95 19.15

:ii METAL BED 6.00 2.00 .

,l. I I Ironing Board Cover 1.98 '1.00 TABLE LAMP 22.50. 14.25 MAHOGANY. SPRINGS 10.00 3.00
Desk and Chair 59.95
2-Pc. Plastic W 40.50, S-Pc. DINETTE 29.90 15.00
Electric Irons 10.95 -
7.05 CEDAR CHEST 24.50 10.00
I SOFA SUITE 199.95 122.65 UTILITY CHAIR 12.50 8 35 I
2.28 LOUNGE CHAIR 19.95 10.00.


,( VANITY LAMPS 4.50 2.35 PHONOGRAPH 49.95. 20.00

1 Yard Good Lineoleum yd 1.79 1.19 2-Pc Black Sofa"Suite 188.95 126.89

'' :. CHILDS ROCKERS 3.95 2.00 Telephone Bench 21.50 14.45 HARRY C. ELFURNITURE I I

Regular Sale Price MIRRORS 9.95 6:.25

END TABLE 9.95. 6-25

2-P c. Brown Ware _

COFFEE TABLE 9.95 6.25 SOFA SUITE 234.95 158.79 j ji.

L STEP TABLE 29.95. 18.75 Tiny Tot Picture 2.50 a 1.40 CO.

\ COFFEE TABLE 29.95. T.V. CHAIR 9.85. .
I, 18.75 4.94 412 E. CALL STREET 1 -- STARKE, FLA.

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r. Miss Frances. Martin L Junior dub Woman's Club Negress. Given. .

Weds T.' J. Tyer; Jr. Meets MondayThe .. 'l Sets Youth Week I Five Years For :

I In Northside ChurchMiss JuniorWoman's Club held Activity Program .,.- Part In RobberyContinued

its monthly meeting at the Wom '''' '-
Frances Martin, daughtercf an's Club Monday night 'Mrs. H. "Youth in Action- will be the ( from Page 1) T

Mrs. Carl Thomas and the late''B. Peyton 1Uss'Dorothy Koss orceram at the Starke Woman's ,.'
Henry Martin of, Starke, became Mrs. Junius Smith-and Mrs. U. A. Club meeting Wednesday! afternoon associating with his wife.
Gladys Mooty the bride'of'Thomas' J.: Tyer Jrv Bishop Jr. were guests. at 3:30: o'clock at the club French later signed a warrantfor
.-., ...--...... .. -_,._...;. .-._-. ... ___,....__ ,. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tyer, Sr.' of j j The devotional was' given byMrs. house. The program is under the the arrest of Alfcnso who rolantanly -
Melrose at a l lovely wedding held]I ."R. S. Mullins.I direction of Mrs. Dave Paulk, surrendered when he
'Thompson-Bowers Franklin Ritch 'o' chairman of Youth Conservation. : beard authorities were looking for
Fiiday evening Feb. 20. at 7 -II I Meiribers of the club voted to.go j1 _
...",., Given Buffet Dinner clock at the Northside Baptist" into partnership with! the sen- At this meeting the annual a- i him. He protested his innocence
ward for end charges against him were
church Heilbronn Springs. Rev.i ior club. in accepting responsibility the'outstandmg Senior
I Ij On Birthday H. R. Carter: presided at: the double for maintenance and improvements boy "and girl will be presented. immediately dismissed when the

i ring ceremony. of the club with decisions! This recognition' is based on: services true story came out.
; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch entertained The' altar '01' the church was I made by vote of both organiza rendered' 'to'their church, Luethel was arrested Feb. 24

.. at a buffet dinner partyMonday decorated with'pedest baskets of tions. school and community Special and at first denied knowledge of

evening for her son, white gladioli centered with large I Refreshments were served trom guests will include city and -county the affair. After Deputy James
Frankhn on his 18th birthday white satin bows." g insf a back.. tea carts decorated with Easter : officials and local ministers. Hamilton granted her request to

anniversary.The ground of palms and lighted. white! arrangements and an' '"EasterBunny" : Hostesse for the meeting.will speak to French. however she
Rtch home on E. Call tapers in branched candelabra... followed coffee he:'Mrs." J.-W. Ritch'"chairman: named Allen and Mitchell as the

: street was decorated in a St. The pews of the church were' I trom a silver service.serving M>s. Edna Hart, Mrs. Frazier -r-.j ; attackers but denied her own

p' .4 Patrick's Day theme for the occasion marked willi'l large. white satin :I Hostesses were Mrs. Al: J. Thomas Shaw Mrs. C. F. Ward. Mrs. Jesse icl part in the affair.
:. with arrangements of pale bcws. Newso'me: Mrs. P. T. Noun, 1
Jr., chairman, Mrs. T. G. Kitch i Mitchell likewise denied know-
gladioli and dogwood placedat Mrs. G. J. McGriff :Sr., Mrs. Robert Mr. Heart Throb And FriendsTerrell
green As the' guests assembled Mrs. Mrs. George Sbuford. Mrs. C. G.I i ledge of the incident. but Alien
points of interest. Jimmy Gaskins, pianist, played i Strickland Jr., Mrs.. Jerome Johns, Creen. Mrs. J. H. Arnold. Mrs.I. 'finally admitted he and Mitchell

The card tables where the 12 I elections and accompanied' f I and Mrs.* Harold, Norman. N.: Breazeale" Mrs. Claude I Green. chosen as "Mr.1 Mrs. C. L, Scholl. chairman or ud: the beating and said the
,; ,.guests were seated were overlaid I Carter/soloist, who "sang "I" LoveYou Crowson. MrsT: L O. Hazen. and Heart Throb"' at the Little Wom' the annual Heart Fund Drive announced -. Chandler woman plotted the

with white linen cloths and cen- ,i, Always." w I Mrs. E. L. McKnight. en's heart fund benefit dance last yesterday that receipts': whole thing.

.r I 1| tcred with sin le candle holders I|I Carl! Brown attended the bride- Birthday Party Saturday night receives appropriate -; new total $437.90. slightly aheadof The three defendants denied

4 with pale green candles placed on ''. groom as best man and the usher For Gray Flynn Wesleyan GuildThe congratulations from Sue I the amount collected at this l i. getting any money from French,
shamrocks.The McDavid (left) and Harriett Powell time last The Little Worn-.
t if green I'I was Russell Woodward of Gaines year. but the older Negro maintains he
i:; Wesleyan Service Guilds chairman of the event en netted 520.26 on their dance.
buffet dinner table was I MI 3. George Flynn, Jr. entertained ; .ost around $10 in the fracas.
: t "'::# .:; covered with a white linen cloth I I 1!'iille.Mrs.. Carl Brown served her sister > at a birthday party Saturday will hold their regular" meetings, Red and white crepe paper I end $123 on a road block" at the

and centered with a silver container I as matron cf honor. She was afternoon for her son. Gray Tuesday. evening at '7:30 o'clocK. streamers, and red azaleas were I school on U. S. 301. The Hats,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman K. I holding green gladioli and attired in a ballerina length dressof Mho was four years old. Guild 1 will meet at the Methodist used in decorating the club house i. Off. to Hearts variety show Board Considers
Thompson of Woodward Ave.. Hall Mrs.. in with the heart drive $100.25. '
Fellowship with Ruth keeping brought in Flashers
dogwood. Completing the ar- pale blue chiffon and carried Arrangements of azaleas and Warning '-c1
..liutherford, N. J. announce the angement were silver candleholders a nosegay of white mums lace tladioli were used in decorating.I Johnson' as hostess. Guild 2 win theme. I! Mrs. Scholl urges all persons!: For School Busses
engagement of their daughter Terrell elected Mr. Heart'
.. meet with Mrs. Jimmy Rowe. :522 was
j with burning green tap- and white satin ribbons. i rlhe refreshment. table was over- with "Not at Home" envelopes for
Joan, to George H. Bowers son i iof ,W. Pratt street with"Miss Carol Throb from a field of candidates t
:' ers. The bride who was given in 'ftid with a blue party cloth and contributions to mail them in as;' l The School Board will tart
.Mrs. Ernest P. Noegel 01 that included Tom Ray Maxwell
Following the dinner the guests marriage by her brother. Billy a hays held cupcakes Iced hi pastel Bessent; as, co-hostess. Gay, ,
the drive to school busses with
StArke. James Thomas, and Bennie soon as possible so can i steps equip
enjcyed dancing.Mr. Martin of Starke chose for ht. shades and centered with mini- ,
:Miss Thompson. who received a : Williams. be closed out.Florida i red warning flashers as money
wedding a lovely white ballerina ature umbrellas. The birthday!:Little WomenTo
nursing scholarship from the Evening i and Mrs. Ritch were assisted available. according to a decision
Membership Department ot j I I in serving by Mrs. W. M. length gown of taffeta and net. cake was decorated with gum- Meet Monday "" !made at the Monday meeting of

the Rutherford Woman's Club will! Edwards. The fitted fcodice was lace over I idrcps. Ice cream, candy and orange ; Dale Carnegie Pest Control the board.

graduate in May from the Presbyj j taffeta with Peter Pan collar and I, punch was also served. The Little Women's Club will Course Graduates Opens Starke Store Mrs. Harvey McCarthy appeared
long fitted sleeves which taperedto t The 20 youngsters enjoyed ;
terian School of Nursing in Philadelphia. Miss Oakes HonoredAt meet Monday evening at:30 as a representative of Heil-
ponts over her wrist. The I playing 'during the party hours o'clock! in the club house. Feted ThursdayGraduates Offers Door Prizes bronn parents to ask that school

Mr. Bowers, a student at Columbia Lovely LuncheonMiss lull skirt featured tiny white and wore party hats. i The! program cnairman, Robbie ,.1 bus*24. lunning to that ,area, bt
flowerS' centered with seed pearls. 1 irs:'Flynri was'assisted by Mrs. who recently completed Formal opening of the Starke
Bible College, Columbia. Capps will present a panel dis- so equipped. She told of a recent
C. is studying for a BA S'j Sylvia Paulk, Miss Sandra Her shoulder length veil of sheerest I George Flynn, Sr.. and Mrs. James cussion on manners. the Dale Carnegie cou'- e store of Florida Pest Control &:. incident when a driver passed a

in Biblical Education.No I Jones. and Miss Judy Dankel entertained illusion'w s held'bOy a white Phillips, Jr. : Hostesses for the evening will will hold a dinner at the Garden Chemical Co. will be held this Saturday -.stopped school bus endangering

date at a luncheon Saturdayat bandeau.... decorated with lilies ot be Linda Hildebran Restaurant'Thursday. March 5, at Ave.,
has been set for the I .. Brenda Lewis at 22-1 l'Temple the children who were crossing.
wedding. the home of the latter honoring he valley. Her only ornament. wasa Cub Pack 3.07 Anne Matthews Patsy Nichols 7:30 p.m.Officers. (Winkler building) with a numberof ':' School Superintendent Harmon

Miss Bobbie Jean, Oakes. single strand of pearls. She carried and,. Kathy. Struth. of the class are president door prizes to be given" away. Morgan said that the new busses
Recent Birth whose marriage was an event of a white! : Bible, topped with a Receives Carte: t Joseph H. Johnson: 1st vice: every hour on the hour ihrougn 1 I were equipped with flashers but

: that evening. purple "throated orchid with ,At !BanquetThe Madison Street president. Gene Long: second vice the day. the cost cf the lights on all old
The luncheon table was covered :streamers Of white kaUri ribbon. president Mis. Foster Shi Smith; ,
Owned K. ol t at this
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Davis of WMU Notices by Dempsey Sapp bues could not be met
Lawtey announce the birth of with a white linen cloth and centered Mrs. Thomas was attired In a annual Blue and Gold Banquet secretary! Mrs. Martha Bales; Gainesville a graduate of Bradford Ume. He quoted a price from one
a with a white bridal cake Navy blue afternoon dress for her for Cub Scout rack 307 w $" treasurer.. Kenneth Under: historian Mr.
daughter. Sheryll Ann on Feb. I Ift -' Circle 2 of the .)Madison Street High School and son of supplier as $41 for each flasher.So .
with two white doves holding daughter's wedding with which held in the Starke Elementary S. G. Denmark. and class
't Doct i-'s Hospital. j topped Baptist WMU will 'meet Tuesday. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp ot New Kiv- far $41.863 has been paid to

.. .-...,.....TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTiTt .,. wedding rings. A garland of she wore white' accessories and a. School c fetcrium last Friday'nighr'and !' March 10. at 7:30 p. m. at the prophecy. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar. er. the Starke store Is the tittt., tontractors on school construction
jellow gladioli florets and yellow jink carnation corsage: \\ "attended' by morel f' hom 'of Mrs. N: S. Dankel, 448 W. The local graduate assistant ot to be placed in operation by "lor.i ., jobs now in process in the coun-
jasmine extended down the length Mrs. Tyer wore a Navy blue than 85 Cubs, members of their Madison St. the course was Elton C. Smith. i ida: Pest Control & Chemical Com-. ty. Contractors are paid 90 per

cf the table. Marking the seating dress complimented with white families and Scout officials. Circle "3 will mcrt Tuesday at rany. The original store is in 1 I cent of the work in place at the

arrangement were bridal doll accessories" and. a pink carnation The Pack charter was presented S p.m. at the home of Mrs. J. O. Fish Fry Slated Gainesville and others weTe later. time of payment.
ace cards with pastel colored corsage. (by M. N. Horton District Commissioner -! Lake OcalS,.1'
r- I Gay 1227 E. Call St. established in City Payment on C C. Anderson
-Tt lowered hats. Gracing the centerof A reception was held immedi- of Gainesville, to A. L. At Long Bridge i j and Palatka. 'cafetorium has been $10.416; on

the buffet was an arrangementof :ately after the' wedding at the', Crosby Jr., institutional representative WSCS Circle Four '""* a'!' The Starke unit opened this Southside Elementary. $22,118,

yellow and orchid gladioli and home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bro'Il.f01"Alton from American Legion Post The public is invited to attend week under the management 01 1: end on Lawtey Junior High $9-
Japanese magnolia blossoms.The I road.( Trie home' was' 56. the sponsoring organization.Mr. Circle Four of the First Metho- benefit fish fry to he held at Long Neil Malphurs a graduate entomologist 329.

eight guests included the decorated with beautiful arrangements Horton also members presented membership dist WSCS will meet in the Fel.lowship Bridge Christian Church this Saturday formerly with the Gainesville .1 The first two jobs are being

honoree and her wedding attend-- of white gladioli for the cards to ol the' Hall at 8 p.m. Tuesday, night March 7. starting at store. Mr. Malphurs. his'I constructed by E. E. meat of
*ta )yd an mug} to send !ttt bd" I Pack committee: T. A. Yawn, K.I!
YeIJ occasion. The brjde's' table was B. Jackson Bill Tilley March 10, with Mrs. K.: K. Harrell 6 p.m. FisH, hush puppies and wife and baby daughter are now' Keystone Heights and the latter

ents.The hostesses presented Miss overlaid with a white linen cloth )I Lloyd Hedgecock; and Cubmaster Treasurer, and Mrs. J. L. Hedgecock as hostesses "the trimmings" will be served for residing at 708 McMahon St. 'it> A. W. Smith & Sons of Lees-

'., FOR ALL 'Oakes with a crystal pitcher as and. centered with a. three-tiered" '1 JC. J. Schaefer. 50 cents a plate. | The retail (garden supplies and I burg.!
cake with
memento of the qccasion. wedding topped bri4e.and pet shop. department of the' materials for Starke
OCCASIONSWEDDINGS under heartshapedaltar. Pack 307 has a membership of Bonds And Fines Proceeds from the supper will be Bids on
groom a 32 active Cubs. Den Mothers in) Starke store is managed by Rob- Elementary library will be asked -
Mrs. E. 'C. tlark cut thebride's used to rest room facilities
David Marco Given the Pack are Mrs. K. B. Jackson. Total$3,300 ert Bowen of Lawte} The library will be constructedb
cake, and presiding at the at the church.
Birthday PartyDr. two punch bowls at each: end of, ling Mrs. and Horace Mrs.Dyal L. Turner., 'Mrs. W.Others Star I :CoU tl Court. : Ben HallINTRODUCTORY .

I the table were Mrs .Robert Mc- I' '
BIRTHDAYS and Mrs. Seymour Marco Rae and Mrs. Bro'I1.Afso asslsthig active in the program are Mrs. T. Fines levied and bonds estreated
"a A. Yawn and Mrs. C. J. Schaefer, totaled $3,330: as Judge T. A.
gave delightful birthday party ) in ierring'was Mrs.:,Billy lar- :
GET-WELL Sunday afternoon for their son I who iIi instruction trans Yawn held plea day in County

David who was celebrating his tin.After a short wedding trip the portation and organization.,? |I Court, Feb. 25.Eightynine SAIL !
Members of the committee. Den;
cases were broughtup.
ANNIVERSARIES third anniversary. couple will r side-in Melrose. Mr.
I ,. Mothers and assistants recently, including 81! traffic oftenses
and Tyer is by Clay ElectricCooIerative
Arrangements of pink I i cofnpTe'ted i a ,six-n Congratulations white camellias were used to advantage I in Keystone.. '. Heights.- conducted by Ed! Wells, charges and 1 charge of assault
f for"the bCcasion -
in decorating I
full-time Scout director from
FRIENDSHIP and :the party was held'in I Beverly Ann !Lappe Gainesville. and Negro batter Wllie}'. Perry estreated ..... ...."... ... ..
where the birthday themewas I '' '.... '' ;
J the den
To Wed Wm. Contos $250 bond 'in the assault and :bat- / ,...,....... 11I 'I" .
carried out. _.H _" / ., :; .,
children's storyteller Buffet SupperFor tery charge. 'U II ': .!; ," i. ...N.....;.III.. j I '''i." !, I
Hilda. the Mr. and Mrs. Persons with I 'I" .. -
Harry Lapp an- charged issuing I "I I IU I-
Bullington I en TV Channel 4, was a guest with nd, nounce the engagement "of "their Gayle EdwardsGayle worthless checks made restitutionand I LI .'_. :,.JI'I--! ... ,'''GIlD I -_ -i-J ..' c.- .".. '-.'.

entertained the children daughter Beverly Ann to William paid $12.50 costs in both these : -_ Newshapenewstyle
Studio ttoiies and cartoons and gave Contos," son"of Mr. and Mrs.J ., Edwards-. celebrated her cases. A.few of the trattic
& Gift Shop each child a hand-drawn cartoon. J. Contos of Jacksonville. !j thirteenth birthday"anniversary'last charges were dismissed, but: the
The 22 little guests also'enjoyed f Friday evening with a buffet fits f t Jikea"bJIt.hf'EZEL !
Starke, Fla. The wedding will take place on remaining"ones yielded by far the I.
pink lemonade cake, and ice supper. for 28 friends at her home. .
Saturday, March H. at the Wood- largest share-of fines.Decent
cream.: lawn Acres Baptist Church in oa W. Madison street. Right out of 1959

r .I.I Arlington. Jacksonville, at 8 p. m.: j Arrangements of pink camelliaswere BirthMr. production
used for decorations
I in the
The bride-elect is a student at :; Giant 12.3 cu. ft.
The buffet capacity
party room.
Jones Business College. in Jack- supper and Mrs. Barney McRae
i table was overlaid with a wh\te : Smart new "Polartone"
I WHILE THEY sonville.
LAST Jr. of Miami announce the birth '
linen cloth with'
and centered color
Mr Contos is a graduate of a.'of a son Norman"lyesj: on Feb. 17.
lazy susan containing mints nuts c' ;
Jones Business College and Terry Paternal grandparents are Mr. New split level lighting

PIECE Parker High School. I and candies. and* Mrs. Barney McRae Sr. of Modern Automatic
LIVING After'supper the guests DefrgsfHuge
Friends" and relatives of the enjoyed Starke. ___ _____ :_,::::_:::_ :
8 couple are invited to attend the frames and dancing during the. I 3 9tct.; ., 80 Ib. freezer

ROOM GROUPE v-'edd'ng and recfPtion. I'party hours. WOODS FIRES Even the price is NEWS!
The Wobdlawn Baptist ChurchI j Mrs.' J. M. Edwards was assisted .; .
; in serving'by" her daughter"MrsJ. : RS-1294 %
I located on Bo "lin Ave. in: Arlington 15* woods fires with 78.52des I
"* M. High, of Jacksonville. Only
; t-J1 111 Jacksonville. burned have been reported
L t I .
so far this year as compared with -
Hjalmar McMillan .
Linda Lee Pearson '"3 fires and 4645''"acres burned Pr3 '

t Is Party.. Honoree- I Celebrates BirthdayMrs. j in Wet the first weather two with months an of averageof 1958. PHILCOREFRIGERATORS, O'I,7, ,

Sir. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson M. G. McMillan enter- 9.77 "1flchs of rain recordedat

entertained with an indoor weIner'stained at: a birthday: party Saturday the three Florida Forest Serv-
roast. 'Saturday. Feb. 2o, in honorof afternoon for her daughter, ice fire tcwers in Bradford Coun- $17995

i1J4: the fourteenth birthday anni[ Hjalmar ,Jane:. ; who was celebra- ty since Jan? 1. is the main reason
__ of their"daughter, Linda ting her third anniversary. for4 the decline in fires.

:: ..c I ;Blue and yellow balloons were Up

I j Lee.The 21 guests enjoyed dancingin used as party decorations and a HOSPITALDlISSIOXS '

: the living room which had ''been blue iced birthday cake"centered The following patients? were ad-

decorated in green and pink, in the refreshment table. The mitted to Bradford County Hospital -
keeping* with the birthday cake joungsters received blue party during last week: Helen L. for 1959 _

decorations. I hets and beanbags as favors' Allison of Hawthorne, James Edward :.I :=f ". ((7 '

ONLY1SOFA Al Yancy was responsible for, Mrs. 'McMllla was 'assist&d byHjalmars Bailey of.Hampton, Mane L. I I '

the ofations and was ably as.\ grandmother, llis. H. Thornton Theodore ttorrnan ol I -. ,,_
sisted by Angela Seimer and Sally I L. Hough. I Lawtey, Pauline 'b rotby :Martin -" -
BED1Plajform Harden.d Florida S. Baldree of 'Lake Geneva BIGFAMILYSIZES H ____
95 Barbara Jean Parnsh .
Rocker Altar Society Lucy
1--TV Chair Hospital l Staff Elects OfficersSt. TeiUy$uhtby pf"Keystone'of" Melrose Heights:Daisy Elizabeth Lula- 8io12cu.ft.

2-T ble'Lamps2StepEnd Has Dinner PartyMembers ; Stewart Muriel Mae Crews .
f Edwards Altar Society held, of Lake" Butler,"Hifdrecf Carter o% IHvsh-afed- -Philco R- 92 ->' -_ -

Tables of the Bradford County an election of officers at their I :JJaxvide One Ransom ttutcmns, T ; .
meeting Tuesday in lie '.4 ew. ft. capacity Door Shelve for eggs,
Hospital staff enjoyed their, evening Betty T. Reddisn, Bessie ,
1-Coffee Table Parish HalLOfficers 32 lb. freezer jars and tall. bottles '
Extra big
; I
annual dinner' partr- at the s! E.! Taylor; Cindy Cla'rice Ber
Simmons, home last Saturday]I elected were: presidents George T. Hoggins, and Essie M. Dei"/"fvD-width chiller, Milk shelf holds'half- 1
Robert 'vicepresIdentMrs'8 ,
I, evening. Thrtr..-six staff members, I. ; first Johnson of Hampton. drawer! ".j gallon cartons jp* ,
wives and husbands attended the njdict< li'tnter; 'Alc:; : 'FranE-Xir] 'Kiggs, Betty 137o"sq. ft. Shelf Area in.eiiot' ;

We Give S&R Green Stamps teak dinner. i second vice-president Mrs. Hehry! Joyce Crawford, Delores Matcfter New Jl'orarton," InteriorColor Porcelain; )
--- Stefanelli; treasurer Mrs. Randall
cf Doctors. Inlet.. Smith Anderson 5-year Warrant/: YI4fL9 iiz;"
Clark-McRae Chism;" and secretary* Mrs- Ugden* "-. J>eVoef Virginia Elaine TenJy .. -- ...... ... "
'" Bates. '
Benjamin Lee iloxley 3rd., Julian
NO CARRYING; CHARGES Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRae an- Earl McRae. John McNeal Jr. ot

nounce the marriage of their Beta Sigma Phif Breaker. Muriel Jeanette Sharpeof C. -HI NASWORTHY PHILCO
daughter- Linda Gari to Jimmiej Middleburg. James Robert DEALER

j HART FURNITURE CO W. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. %V.]f Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Johnsoirof"Waldo. Regena Kelly,

I* Clark of Brooker. The mar-i 4 I meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock Dorothy' Mae Sale, Gladys Mae ..
.... riage took place on Feb. Z1. Mr.j fat the home'of : Leta Gil-
I 123 i:. Call'St. Mrs. M. H. Shej P Green of Lawtey.: Rue 310 EAST CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
STARKE. Mrs. Clark ,
FLORIDA and were both studentsat.gradfQr.4Hisa '
pard with Mrs. E. C. Smitfc Barn.-.and Benjamin :Marcus Mc-
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( -.-,-.-_ ..... .. .... ..... ... ... pV- -_- SINThENCW -- ..... ilr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall and ... by virtue of Chapter C2. Florida t I. The Cmiitr Jqdr'. Cowrt Of I tOe same' will brt'em'r.'d r." li
-r Mr. and Mrs. Elrod spent : f'riQ 'c- V J:2 Statutes of 1557. and is now: in the I I Bradford ('...n.,.. Florida I ing to ..w. This FehrusIE.P..
Harry '/
" ....;."' ''' .V( iosjwirm of the Board of County | In Probate trCt publication Mar it => 'iS! .*.
,.' the weekend in Savannah Ga. and ::VV 'V V :c1-V Commissioners of this County and i ieu I IX RE: Estate of ELLA F. HORXSIY. s JEWELL T. UobKKI.Adminiytratris .--
Tallahassee on a business and -. >' and each of you. are hereby : lec.a-ed. of the estate orCathf'rlnt'
:{;. 1 art. her notified that a I'etition. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tear.. dt'et'IIIIt'd.Bollit' .
pleasure trip. 1jcVJ under said chapter has been filed All persons having claims Or de- V. Knijcht
f Billy Weldon of tne :Merchant ''I" the Circuit Court of the Eighth ttiando apaio"t the estate to Ella tar'Florida..
J ; Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford I.'. Hornsby, deceased are hereby I! Attorney for Administratrix
Marines from :Marcus Hook Pa. V I I County Florida Making. the notified and required to file their 35 4t SHISotee
$ spent Wednesday and Thursdaywith : V I forfeiture of said property and claims in the office of the County j
his Mrs. Gladys Wel- p! : )ou are hereby directed and required Judge of l.-adford County. FWMa. I I"on' :> Of .%p lteiitioB Far Ta*
( to file your claim. if any you ->rt hot- at Deed

__ don while his ship was in dock at V have and show cause on or before Florida "Within eight arkl"l See'. 194.18. F. S.
-'-'- ft - -0 .
- : Jacksonville while enrouTe to Cal- the 30 day of March. US. If not ,. .r. date wf the Notice is Hereby Gi\en. that
pwonallj served with process' herein publication of this notice, or the Daniel I... Bright the hoMer Of the
:Mr. and Airs. Sam Zack were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Winn ol
I ifornia. and within twenty (19) days rame will bt'I'om.'old according folowing rtrtifii-ates, has filed said
in Jacksonville Wednesday evening :! E. Washington Street are moving from personal service! If personally ((. law. This February 23.: 1839. I certificates for a ta* deed to be
to help Mr. Zack's rather '|; today to NIceville, Fla.i Peyton-Florist 119 S. Thompson k' ; ; served with process herein why the First publication. March 5. 1*,,'. I I if sued heron. The cert if irate num-
St. Ph. WO 44155. I said property should not he forfeited 'is! CHARLES %1. I"CIBIITT bern and year ror iaxnanee. the
i Peter .J. Zack celebrate his S'JUi:: :i Mrs. Thelma Steele of Galnes- Goldwire pursuant" said Chapter. As Administrator of the estate of description f.f the property and the
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert k-4J
attended vifie spent the weekend with Mrs. TV Should you fail to file claim as the estate of Ella F. Hornsby de- names in which it was assessed' are
birthday anniversary. They:: I
and family plan to move this week herein directed judgment will be entrrrd teased.Hollis &s follows:
Fred sliov.-! at W. B. : and Mrs. J. B.
the Waring Mundy Sapp.
from N. street tt their herein against von in due V Knieht. Certificate Xo. ;s. Tear of h=su-
the Jacksonville ArmOl}. I' Mrs. E. A. Hall was in Atlanta Cherry V V) .. t course. Persons not personally serVed Stark, Florida I :'"..... U3f Itesrrlptlon! of Properly
new home at 1251 Johns Drive' V with profess may obtain a copy Attorney for Administrator. "'3-4 of N'i of XWV of X\V.4 i'e.c.
to a
Mr. and :Mrs. L. U. Vm.r;? !';!'<'nt Tuesday Thursday attendmg Saratoga Heights. of the Petition for forfeiture filed I 35 4t 3I.26:: :Oil 5 T. 5 S.; t:. IJ t:.
last Tuesday to Thursii.iv in managers meeting of the Local herein from the undersigned ClerK I Name In which assessed r. I. &
I Capt. John Roberts Paulk who ..1 Court. ;M. injcfrMt-r.
Ga. where they jittond- Finance Co. Linda Vax Kelly and Virginia Parrish the j I
Stockton. : Judy were .
among "WITNESS hand All 1
has been stationed in Japan the my and RBI .f I .f "i property bring in the
j ed the funeral oflr.: Vimng's I Mrs. Bertha Fuller was called to Mr. and 4-11 Club girls reeeiving awards for their project work at Rally the above mentioned Court at In The tontJn.f'. onrt Of rvuntv of Pr dford. State i>f Flor-
past two years, is Visiting Starke. Bradford
\\ednes- Jay Okla. last Thursday Iby the County Florida Bradford County, FloridaIn ida.
brother Gus Vining on
I serious i.ess of her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Dave Paulk. Day in the USO last Saturday. Others receiving awards and tins 4 day of )Starch A. It. Uil.tCOt"RT : Probate Pnless such rrrtlfirates' shall be
day. SEAL) IN RE: Estate' of CATHERINE deemed according to law the prop -
X. J. Thatcher. Mrs. Thatcher Mrs. R. B. Alvarez of Delray not in photo were Cheryl Shealy Ann Gainey Mary Louise CHARLES A. DARKY TEA..:. 1)ci'cased.NOTICE .rty described in snch certificate

i\1 rs. Guy Sale underwent minor died on Tues ay. Beach is spending this week here Haines Inger HalL'it'n. Lynn Perint, Patricia Pellum and Linda Clerk Circuit Court TO CREDITORSAll I or certificates will be sold to theI
surgery at the Bradlord County I with her family.Mr. By Marian U Crosby. person hating claims or demands -I highest bidder at the court housed !'
,..al Tuesday. Miss Jean Mundy comes home Green. Deputy Clerk against the estate of 'ath- d(- on the first Monday In Month
.o ; on
of Valdosta -
I Friday from Bessie Tift College, and Mrs. Roy Shaw 3S, 3t 3.19 ."in-. Tear deceased are hereby 4 f April. 1939. which is! the 6 day
Dae \Yescott' of Tampa was a Forsythe Ga. for her ten day Ga. were weekend guestsof nctified and required to file their of April. 1S5S.Pafrd .
of :Sen.; and Mrs. Notice Of Adoption Of Keolutloa' of this day of March. 1959.OFFICIAL .
L. : Johns. spring holiday. She will have as Mr. and Mrs. Tyler 4-H Club Rally Day Held I By City. CMineil Of ('U,. OfStark. Jrdge of Hradford County. Florida. ( SKA I.)
Charley. weekend guest Miss Elizabeth Mr. and :Mrs. James Ekard have .. Florida. flmihiK Portion Ilr. the County Court House at I Charles A Parhy.
:.:,. and ilrs. Clyde B. Terwil- moved from Washington street to of nnard Platted Streets' and UtA- 'Starke. Florida within eight calendar Clerk .,f ,'ir. nil Court of trad.
legar and children will visit Mrs. Province of Jacksonville. Saturday's rainy weather didn't Linda Batten Claudia Harper rlaiBihijt Any Right Of fily And : months from the date of thfrst ford '"wintx Fl<.rtda
their new home at 1231 Johns I! The Public 1m _\m T o The Land ;> publication) of this notice or 3 :. 41 J28Wed. !
Terwillegar Sr. at Belle Vista Peyton-Florist. 119 S. Thompson Drive. dampen the spirits any of the 84 Carol Jean Mosley Maxine Redding I Lying Within Tie r Bflnn There I

Beam near St. Petersburg over St. Ph.VO 4-4155. the weekend 4-H girls and parents at the Rally Elaine Redding, :Mary Lou- of.TO .
Lamar Shaw spent I WHOM
the '. "ekend. Mrs. Guy Wynn and Mrs. W. H.j with friends in Douglas. Ga. Day Round-Up program held in ise Haines Sandra Hildebrand. Xotioe J.i IT hen'bygiven MAT CONCERN that on

;V and Mrs. Bruce Cox ot.hc' j Thompson Jr. attended a sym- Millard Jones of Kocky the USO at Starke. The occasion Linda Rosier Dorothy Mixon I I Marth 3, IS5S! in ac.-ordan.-r with

nvlle Beach were :Sunday:; posium at the University Medical Mount.frs. N. C. and Mrs. Irving Ar- I was in celebration of National 4-H Carolyn Chilson Marilyn McCra- I.of.",.Starke.the City Florida'ouncil adopted of the a City Resolution TOT1MSTARKl

vi i i-; s of Mr. and Mrs.: Guy Sale. Center in Gainesville on Tuesday.Mr. raIl of Richmond Va. were overnight Club Week, starting Saturday. ry Susan Sapp, Janice Mott closing vacating and a- i

S (;. Denmark entered the and Mrs. Charles Lennonof guests Saturday of Mrs. A. Virginia Parrish Linda Ccx Thelma:: Knight, Alice Knight, unused t.andf.nng platted those streets portions described of three
r HI! rd County Hospital Tuesday Leesburg were vivsiting Mrs. Z. Adkins. and Judy Kelley led the games. Libby Smith and Joan Libby. .1 follows: a*

with rn eye infection. E Lennon on Sunday. Jlr. and Mrs. J. A. Blair of Wil- The girls enjoyed relay races the Since the origin of 4-H clubsin In to Knl plat ht'thereof" Subdivision a..rcling SAT, MAR 7 ONLYDOUBLE Tues.. Mar. 10,11
recorded in Plat
-' liston are renting the Dankel garage grand march and other active the early 1900's the idea has feimk 2, Page :1. piihli'r -(-.r.l.s of FEATURE DOUBLE FEATURE

". .. apartment on W. Madison games. spread throughout the United Bradford County, Florida:
1. Fourteenth Street, running from *
States and circled the
Mreet. Mr. Blair is employed with Another highlight of the pro- globe. Oak Street on the' West to lit inter-
the gas pipeline construction com gram was the dress review in In Bradford County there are $t.cttlIpn with tin Westerly rl tTt-dr- ...battleground heroes
147 who to clubs. way line of Seaboard Air Line lUiil-
girls belong nine
pany. which the following girls modeled r3ad to the "East. blasting thrul!

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tomltnson ofw. aprons and skirts they had These young people pledge 2. Fifteenth Stret running from
have moved into their heads to clearer thinking,! Oak Street on th.Yest to its intersection
: made: Patsy Roark. Inger Han- with the Westerly rtehi-
their new home at 1222 Bradford :>en. Gail McKinney Linda Rosier. their hearts to greater loyalty. of-way of Seaboard Air LineHail-
their hands to larger service and Road to the' East.!
street. Joan Libby, Marilyn McCrary, :3. Sixteenth Ntreet rnnning from
Mrs. Nate Dyal and Mrs. Mich- Thelma Lee Knight Libby Smith their health to better living for Oak Street on the West to its intersection -

i ael Gilhooly are spending Thurs- Audrey Fay Flakes Mary Louise club, community and country. !' with the Westerly right- ; %
24.95 Emphasis will be of-way line of Seaboard Air Line tt $ !
( j. V Reg. day to Sunday in Roanoke Va. Haines, Gay Mabry Alice Knight, placed this. Railroad on the East *

attending the Southern Furniture Sandra Hildebrand, Susan Sapp, year upon salutes to 4-H alumni and renouncing and disclaiming iiili'I
who have continued to live by]! any right of the' City and the Pub \ t O0 !
manufacturers Association meetin Flaine Redding Carol Jean Mos- I he in and to the,land lying within :

PLASTIC COVERS 1.88 er s .ly. Kathie Jones and Dorothy I their 4-H ideals. Mrs. F. J. Pellum the confines of said streets afore- TANK BATTALION: STARRING DON KEUTi

Mrs. O. L. Beasley entered St. Mixon. and P. T. Nolin, Starke Elementary I dcserib.d.Dated this. 3rd day of March A. MARJORIE HEUEN EDAARD G ROBINSON J

School teacher and principal D. 1959. I AN AMERICAN-INTERNATIONAL
.Tospnh's Ho ;oital in Tampa on These girls exhibited articles PlCTURC
Wednesday for an eye operation.Mr. icspectively are members of this: COURT SEAL) ALL NEW! IN WARNERCOLOR
32.95PLASH they had made: Inger Hansen If there SI Carl Johns. City Clerk. ...WslrU EOtlfil I
Regular and Mrs. Gilbert Matthewsand troup. ,are others in this i AND
11 315; It
son Steve of Madison, Wis.. Patsy Roaik Gall Mcinney, Aud- county we would like to include EJ1E- I

former ,Starke residents spent rey Fay Flakes Kathie Jones their names on this list. also. I CALL FOR 3105The LiiWimllII.flj LPII- an aiia I'.4 WlIi !
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COVERSSHEPHERD'S- 18.75 I I- in .1 County Co mm I okloaera ,
week with Mrs. ,..
several days Of Bradford (61Ia', Florida IuTltt. !
O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin- BHS Cagers Rev..Sherwood Goes Will Receive Sealed Bid at lOiOOOVIoefc ,
On The Moraine Of April AND
caid. To New PastorateIn .G. 1959. The .Courtroom In The
Miss Elsa Manger who has In Group ThreeTournament Conrthoane. For T.e Foltewlnjcj

spent the past three months with WesconnettRev. IC 1 COPYING rO.VriXrofS APPARATUS PHOTOGRAPH, maxi THE STORY 13F A Ttfl-ACE--.

her sister, Mrs. Donald Kokomoor, mum Ii u- sheet 14" x 18" complete FIHE-BOMB! the I Igreen.eed
and family left Tuesday to Jom J. Sherwood, pastor of I I with subject' holder and slimline I
the First Christian of Id nips attained including one mask
Church I
her husband in Seoul. Korea. WE OFFER FOR TRADE IN SQUAI
Radio & TV Service W. Call St. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Watson of Bradford's varsity boys are Starke for the past five years ONE NO. 2 Photostat Recorder. I

TIt were overnight guests playing Palatka tonight [Thursday -!moved -with his family Wednes- which may be viewed at the Clerks !
Troy office in the Court House. Payments I
p last Friday of Mrs. H. L. Brown- ] in the Group 3, Class A day to 5200 Wesconnett Blvd. in will be made in the following i .

tourney in Fernandina Beach at 1 I Wesconnett a suburb of Jack- manner: I hEll SQUAD: STARRING WAllY CAMPG

lee.Miss Frankie McCullousrn of Se- E:30. The boys played it easy I[t scnville. He has accepted the payment.The trade-in will be the down-., ; Plus "Runaway Mouse" Car- BRANDON CARROll & FREDERIC CWUHANAMCRICANINURNATIQNAIPICTUKE

quatchie, Tenn. spent Friday to and swamped Ribault of Jacksonville -I pastorate of the Lynnwood Christian One-tnird on Jan. 10. 1l60 toon. i

Visit Our Re-Modeled Showroom Tuesday with Mr. and 'Mrs. V. O. 60-25 Tuesday night to.I Church there. One-third One-third on on Jan.Jan.10.10.1!>81 1962. I .

I Newly Bridges.Mr. earn a berth in this group tournament. Rev. John Golden of Orlando The board_and reserves all bide.OFFIIAI .the right torejf"Ct Suit Mon. :Mar. 8, 9 \ Plus "Rooty Toot Toot" Car. 1
T. Branch of The Palatka contest will I
and Mrs. J. ;
ill ( SEAL)
v> serve as supply pastor for loon. M
Norfolk. Va. spent the past :week be a tough game for the Torna- I Charles A. Darby Clerk *

I with their son and daughterinlaw does as Palatka beat the locals I the Starke church until a new :Jiii[ 2t 3-12 ?

and See the Largest Variety of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner. four points in the season's opener I minister Is called. ID The County-Judre'n Court Of Thurs., Fri. Mar. 12, ]13I

Mrs. Robert Green underwent back in December and took them Bradford Probate County FloridaIn GM ,I

surgery in Bradford County Hospital again by two points in February.In .I :OTICK: OF LEGISLATIONTO IN' RE: Estate of AARON K. I -- (itaT] I '{MIS,."..s

on Tuesday. the first game at 7 p. m. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: TAYLOR. deceased.NOTICE COOPER lA.wmL I
RCA TV's 119 S. Thompson ,r -Notice is hereby given of intention TO CREDITORS _
Peyton-Florist. will play I
7 Thursday Macclenny to apply to the 1959 Session of the AH persons!! having claims or demands MARrkARL
I II St. Ph. WO 4-1155. Bishop Kenney, while the Tornadoes i i Florida Legislature for passage oCa..t against the estate of AaronK. :
I Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jacksonville and Paiatka meet in the i :,n to amend Set-lions ;52; ;53;: and Taylor deceased are hereby no-
', we (b) of tified and required to file theirclaims .SCHELL-MALDEN
Chapter 13426. Laws of
30 SETS TO SELECT FROM was visiting her mother Mrs. nightcap.: The winners of these,'' Florida 1927 being the charter fort In the office of the County

I.T J. Griffin on Monday. two games play Friday night in! l'e City of Starke Florida by Judge of Bradford County. Florida > I ISIAND- ,SAND
in the Court House at
| County
Jesse Moore of Douglas, Ga. providing for a permanent reglstra- The ji
the semi-finals. The winner of ;jOIn system opening and closingof tarke. Florida within eight ('a1t'n.ar \
spent last Thursday an' Friday the tourney will represent this the registration l hook". disqualification month from the date of the :J -
with his niece, Mrs. I. <*. Harris I I of electors; providing fora first publication of this notice or I
3 in the State Tourna-
Group biennial purge of the election the same will become void according v' : et
and family. ment starting next Wednesday in tolls; and providing for a publicatIon to law.This :
Little Benjy Moxley underwentan of the list of registered electIrs. 2nd day of March 193r:;! TECHTOCOUW fiOMWARNER BROS*
at Bradford the U of F gym. ( First Publication March a. 1959.fl A B.rnis PIo&JdIOS

appendectomy Armand Rivers has continuedto (s) CAUL: JOII :). City Clerk. RESSIE R. TAYLOR Plus "Triplet Trouble" Car-
Hospital on Saturday.Mrs. Administratrix of the Estate of
County 3-5 4t 3-26 Plus for a Mouse"
R. S. McAteer and Mrs. W. set the scoring pace for the I \aron K .TR\"lor. deceased.
Hollis V. Knight, Cartoon.
P. Jordan of Tampa will spend the Tornadoes having a big night tarke .Florida. I

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Geor- last Friday when he scored 33 I. The rirrnlt Court Of The Eighth Attorney for Administratrix. .4
Judicial Circuit. In \od For Bradford :i4t 226:! -- -- -
ge Flynn Jr. points against Green Cove Springsas ('ounly. Florida. At LawN
Mrs. Vic Frees underwent sur- the Tornadoes walloped the e. KIM
IX UK: forfeiture of the Fol-
gery in Alachua General Hospitalon Blue Devils 8935.: I"Wing Described Property:

Tuesday.K. One 1950 Chevrolet %-<<1000 sedan CDRROTORlvi
Tuesday night Rivers poured
T. Duncan of West Point, Ga. :Serial: Xo. >UKIOM, ;Motor No.
with through 29 points I four more KAI>-a !643!!; One Uriggrs & Strat-
spent Sunday to Wednesday Un gasoline mot"r with Homart
than the entire Ribault team! to
his parents Mr. and Mrs. K. G. water pump. Serial No. 25354: ; S left
I Duncan. keep his average high. Jim Hobbs -lb. Butane gas cylinders; One 16. marvel the skies
returned to the line-up after an {'Itt L ura Craft aluminum boat. scans
Mrs. J. H. DuPre wag visiting Serial; No. 9607. One ;Mercury Mark
absence of three games and scored 55 outboard Serial No.
relatives in Palatka last Tuesdayand motor C
11 pcints to be second high scor- 5S2317: One Mercury Mark 6 outboard -
Wednesday.Mrs. motor. Serial Ko. 1053011; like.radar to pull in better
R. S. Mullins and children tr. Terry Futch. with 19 points, Two Hundred pounds of wheat bran.
v.as second to Rivers against CITATIO\
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
1... T. Izler in Ocala on Sunday. Green Cove. Victor O. Tons. Keute, 1, Box 3t?!4 ? pictures on set !

V Little Nancy Gay underwent an The Tornadoes' record stands, Gainesville, Florida.V. your
II. Smith. Starke, FloridaAND ,
RCA Victor
valve in
Donley. Big appendectomy at Doctor's Hospital now at 15-7 for the season with ALL I'KRSONS. FIRMS AND

table TV. 262 sq. in. picture. Balanced last Sunday. the team as a whole averaging CORPORATIONS OWNING. HAVING -.

Fidelity FM Sound. Pullpushcnoff Friends of John :Mixon will regret 9.5 points per game. Rivers isthe ,, KST: OR IN ANTi CLAIMING LIENOX AN THE INTER A- ROTATES AUTOMATICALLY' AIMS YOUR ANTENNA

switch with Stay-Set volume to hear of the death of his leading scorer with 383 points:., KOVE DESCRIBED!' PROPERTY. i} '
V You And E.\'hOf You are hereby ;r- to track dona the fartpossible r; straight at the sending .
control. Transformer-powered chassis mother, Mrs. Mintie Mixon, in and is the fifth leading scorer inihe )
notified That: the above describe) pictoecB tower of the fhameJchannel. :
II every .:
V with improved weak signal reception. Gainesville. Funeral services Gainesville area. property has been seized under and 1
J01I want.
V Tube-saving power surge resistor. were held Wednesday afternoon in ,

Printed circuits. Available in 3 finishes. Live Oak.
JW WORK YN Mtt T?TIOUIU with vuk R snowy picture and HAD WHAT ACTUAL OSEK SAY

| 10 tnrny channels! Like most people,you're prot.HIl7U IiU cf IkoKittndt t-f CDS Rolortert : .

ehoita- where TV aitnaif_cone from many directions noto in ue.td in TV rtceplin

$188-00 DEBK ( one Jon antenna was set ap to face. treat jut like yow
trade F"Fri. VHAT, ft.AtOfTirr Man your antenna work 3 or 4 times nor "HOIE STATIONS. Btmi PICTURES. We ban.

j ffieintly aad bring in the best possible picture from anydirection. lots of company from far and near and\

[ .-What yea need is the TV marvel that causes your they all say we get more stations and
., Sat. March 6 7
Antenna to Cirtlemnd Detect like Radar-toe CDR ROTOR. have better picture than they do. The

In Love and WarWith tDlt M Mf-TWO-TWUl Here's aU yon do to pall in clearer CD)*BOTOB can not be beat."

Robert Wagner .sharper staongtr pictures; -Mr C.J.4f Ca-,4mO v,KftuttJTir

It. T#,_ tattfy Skytvttp Direction Selector n CDB't Itut*
fai clean u4 claar.We received real
The Badlanders
!Iei/aJ liitU IZntTet Co&wtt
TV pleaser n& .f TV till we cot the new
Service Alan Lad, Ernest Borgnlne
L I Plus Cartoon and Serial WITH 2. Rotor at tkt tw of yovr ro8/-a.tem a tuna it in s com'fltlt C It 1t0f'0L-' -CortitCou.BnUn.lO.soitouiitB .

circlt US jo* ... tkt pieton clearer fta* ntr before tv iiti iituiics. Eve

though my antenna b a very food one,I
SUN. MON, TUES. PLENTY FREE PARKING it Lift yw frttr frm tit Selector and your aaUxu AWe couldn't get true harp image. Sine:
March 8. 9,10KATHYO' jt4 ii
ttflf lotkt. .ritW..
All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates installing a CDR KOTOK, my pictures are
clearer,sharper,steadier.My set behaves
ffi: imp}Ie. taIt it? S. eQ
J < why-settle for h a 11"tV) Pun in
Fully Dan Duryea and Jan Sterling .!I: lilte a brand new one, even though" th.
) Equipped Dependable ANDCRISS .tfcrt amls you-set is equipped to receive-with a thrifty.CDS nearest TV station isonr45miIuaway.-

All Makes and Models CROSS -- -Utlrm A.MOM Kmt.Jlit .

'I Burt Lancaster, Yvonne DeCarto, ,

and Dan Duryea ? NOVVf5Sforf! getting I Iperl
Plus Color Cartoon for Chfldren I ROTO

SHEPHERD'S : ,,,,W pictures CDR
& TV
RADIO Wed., Thurs. March 11, 12 with o r 1 I 1 riV


INMAN D. utza
GREEN; Owner
t Robert Loggia. Ellen Parker
ANDStopover 322 W. MADISON ,

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Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Fla. : TokyoRobert -
PutMntoPnfactTYKcc l a'
Wagner, Joan Collins and PHONE WO 44975 -
I Color/ T.V. Headquarters Edmond O'Brien SHEPHERD RADIO & TV
1 ""Plus Cartoon 226 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. j'


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Rotarians Hear .- I Council To Ask I .t

Man ________ .
Hampton ,!
Threat To WorldOf

Change In VoterRegistration

Dies Of Shot Communism !

; Dr. John L. Peters a former J JI

Methcdist minister and now president -I _4Iw :

Believed SuicideGeorge I of World Neighbors Inc., A resolution directed to the $ ;

I with headquarters in Washington v State Legislature asking that an

D. C., was guest speaker at the ; act be passed tb permit change in .

I| Kctary Club Wednesday. the voter registration system ot
: L. Willis, 24-year-old I
i! Dr. Peters said the two greatest the city was signed "by City CouncIl :;
guard at the Raiford State Prison
I[ threats to the world today are Tuesday night.
died about 4:30: pjn. Wednesday
[nuclear destruction and Commu- The act will allow registration
frcm a pistol shot, apparently
j lust domination. He described the r' 1 books to be open each working
self-inflicted, outside his home I ,
rear Hampton Lake. I I[work that. his organizaticn is doing day from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and

to help prevent the latter JPi from 2 to 4 p.m. except 16 days
Sheriff P.
D. Reddish said thatz.
coroner's I through cooperative self-help ?. preceding an election and 7 days
: jury would be em- t
programs designed to keep the y follo ing. J
panelled Thursday morning to
view the body and scene and i peoples o? the backward countries The permanent registration win --

would then adjourn to await results -! from becoming dependent on be kept up to date by the city Setzer Employee Gets StockGeorge

of Communist aid. He said that clerk mailing a form, during Jan-
parrafin tests being run

on the victim and his wile, Jessie thiough programs of this kind the uary preceding a general election Edward Ue>t, 16-j ear-old BHS 9th Grader and employee -

individual can help save the either to each qualified elector or of the local Setzers Market is
Slade Willis. "There is nothing to Super congratulated by
world from Communist domina- to each elector failing to vote. The
indicate anything but suicide at store manager Clyde LaMee upon his winning one share of
form is to ibe filled in and return-
the present time Sheriff ReddISh tionThe Mock in the Food Fair Corporation owners of the Setzer chain.
program was in charge of ed within 30 days or the elector"

tests said explaining that the T. H. Slade. who miroduced the will have his name withdrawn, West ton the stock at a recent company party in Jacksonville.With .
were routine.
speaker. temporarily. him in photograph are his uncle and aunt, )[r. and :Mn.
Mrs. Willis notified the Sheriff's -
Withdrawn names will be posted Ernest Garrett of Starke.
office of her husband's death
st City Hall but can 'be restoredby
by a phone call from Hampton / P. ShepherdFinal
the elector appearing and show-
Junction. Reddish said he foundWillis' ing his eligibility. Sellht Rent It Tradet! "

body lying on the groundby Rites Brooker Baptists _
After each such revision of the
his car parked in the front of
registration a complete voter list

the home. The bullet apparentlywent Held MondayIra must be posted at City Hall. The WITH A TETOAPH fUSSIFIRI)

through his heart. He said Dedicate New .. form of registration will be pat-

that Willis' pistol, a .25 automatic, ,
terned that used
on now by the
Patterson Shepherd 6S, retired -
was in the car. %WORDS% OR 1.F.S. One In.ertTo. (MI.I.... Charge) .__ jn

Mrs. Willis told Sheriff Reddish Railway Express agent anda i county. BACH AomTJO .U. WORD OVER a _,- 4e Per W.r*
resident of Starke for 20 Home For PastorSunday Since no objectors to the closing -
that years :O% niMoiNT ON HKPK\T I\SKRTIOVS SAWC An
she was in the house drying
died Saturday in a local hospital i three streets in Knight'ssubdivision :.tr AnniTio\Ai. Fon Bi.i\n *n. OR AT>I NOT PAID rt ATWAKCB.!
her hair when her little girl,
after a three-day illness. appeared at the meeting -

Mary Lou Cooper, ran in and told the Council will close 14th, CLASSIFIED ntPI,4T __ S1.2S Per laek Flrat I..ertU.
Born in Monticello on Sept. 11, was a happy day lor
her what had happened. She *IJs, PER HiCH FOR SME AD REPEATED O\E OR MORE TIMF.S
15th and 16th streets from Oak St.
I 1890! he was the son of the late members of the Brooker Baptist p '

said that Willis had come homea James Everett and Dorothy Hurst j! Church when their new parsonaeeI to the Seaboard railroad CARDS OF THA\K (Tp T. 50 Word) _ 12M

short time before from his Job I Shepherd. He had been an em-'I I valued at more tnan :S6, OU, was_ The council also accepted Southern OVER: 50 WORDS __ ----.-------_ 4 C..fa Per Wr

had left in the car, and returned.he I Standard Codes for plumbing -
of the Railway Kxpress almost entirely debt
said that he had been extremely i MFMOBI. ">0 RF.OIOI.T"TIO'" -. 4 I'..,. ... W.4SACRIFICE
and for
gas building regulations
Agency for 44 years prior to his
nervous, and had threatened free.The the city. National Underwriters
retirement in 1953; was a memberof attractive threebedroomhome SPECIAL SALE REDUCTIONSIt

suicide before. He had seem- the Masonic Lodge in Adel Ga., I code will be used for electrical requirements. -
is located !'; the with rrgrrf* that !Ia Lawley.nr .
directly across U many
ed in good spirits the last few and the First Methodist Church ot These codes will be find It nrrr....ry t. ...,.

days, however, having been trans- Starke. I street from the church and makesa teferred to in the city ordinances from lira.ford fount llrr.n..r >.. ,I-Tbrrr Hfl > IOO (If r L.<*.

ferred to the of thU we mn.t sell iwtrral ,ery (TKW rarh.goml .
shift handsome
day on his job, Mrs. addition to the com as standard for the city. .
Surviving are one daughter, plerr* nf find .: ..1.. >*
having had a pay day and pur- Nu-Home Builders of Palatka within will be 1'0..e .f the Conitr'n mlcfurd. -
chased television. George Miller of Starke; three I munity. Wilson Green, a member'' Mr. and Mrs. Goldwire Cofoon (M'nterho), donated two offer re w e.t llomr ..* !O..II l F tai.Wr .
a Lumber Co. -
I C. were given permission
sons, Charles Shepherd Tampa; of the building fund, reported louts for construction of the Brooker Church, are
Besides his wife and stepdaughter I new Baptist by the council to erect a .1.! vffrr fur *uilriIS

Mary: Lou Cooper Willis is I Ira and P.Jack Shepherd J. Shepherd, Newnam of, West Ga.; that all but 91.91 of the total ?6)2.91 ,- pictured above delivering deed to the property to A. I.. Green model home to be used as a show- :>... I-Oar llomr at 337 :V \\ .1- :e s ;200;: It. lot .. Llttlft SlBlB

survived by a son, Leamon L. Florida; one sister, Mrs. A. I. Sas- ; cost was in hand or delm- (right) and He ward Douglas (left) ro-rhaimien of the buUdingemniitIe. room and office, on North TempleAve. n.< !M. 0 l.ikr.

Willis; his parents Mr. and Mrs. ilely pledged making the new par- The firm, which sells un- :>o. :3 Hrnatifal l...t wMh 11000: s 100 ft. lot .. IUMM. Lake.
ser. Monticello; and six grandchil- <. From left to right on the M-rond row are: E. L. !%q. Ft. ll.Mr. .l.rl.d.o. .
Albert Willis of Graham; and two sonage virtually debt free. A good committee fin :'hed houses, was representedby 1 will he oat of t.wn Honda?,
j Liotrr and T. It. I'juhoMrr, menibrrs of the building
dren.Funeral David C. Berrier.In 3-.1' HH. Hi bath bom March ..
brothers John >
WilliS Mulberry, held at
services were | part of the cost was paid by receipts -
31. O. Harrrll chairman Board of Deacons; Rev. J. L. Temple -
end Victor Willis, Starke. Z p.m. Monday in the First Methj from the sale of the old ; other business the council agreed J. E. WALL JR. WALL REALTY Ph. WO 4-3941
Funeral pastor; Karl:: Green, chairman finance committee; and Wilson to hire Calvin Parham to
services will be held at Kev.
j odisl Church the pastor, parsonage for around $3,200.
3 pjn. Saturday in Santa Fe Donald Kokomoor, otticiating. (Ciroon member building committee. Frank Ttnney, build- Jill the newly created position of I WANTED ixpertenre TVaitress.Apply XOW. The ultimate in prestige. (00(
After the dedication services, B & G I: 'taurant. Phone WO ENGRAVED business' cards. H9."3
Cemetery with Rev. S. E. Sparks Burial was in Crosby Lake Ceme- members of the congregation and ing committee treasurer was adsent due to illness. warehouseman. Mr. Parham laptesently 4-0411! Itehg (pric- includes plate). Never before

officiating. Arrangements are in i under the direction of HeWitt James and viilh an engineer at the power engraving at this low price.
tery visitors were invited to mspect the Below: Pastor Temple family arc pictured TYPEWRITER AND Bradford County Telegraph If
charge of DeWitt !! I plant and will transfer when
C. Jones Funeral c. Jones Funeral Home, and new parsonage. their modern, new home in background. MACHINE
Home.Planting. I graveside Masonic rites were con- !, his position at the power plant canbe ADDING
BARGAINS FREE-Double cylinder hook up
I ducted by Bradford Lodge No. 3b Men Claim 'Joy Ride' Mars Hill Choir filled. for cost of gas ONLY. Slade Gas Co.tfchg..
F & A.M. ISoltbaii League His new duties will include purchasing REMINGTON TRAVELRITER i .

DelayedBy Will stonng and issuing materials
Be HeardIn
Active were Vasco Cost $600iContinued
pallbearers (pomieiiiwd I.lkr "W) INCOME TAX SERVICE:
Hazen Edwin Williams 1';. H. Meeting Slated used by the city. He will )fbl. 92.43: Selling far 18.M
Wet Weather Program HereThe PHONE WOI-I19S: S21: W. Pratt "M.'
work directly under the office ot
Jackson, X. M. Smith, Hay Stone, ( from Page 11 SMITH-CORONA: ELECTRIC Call after S p. ... aday-FrUar.

,I and Jimmy Moore. For March 12 Mars Hill College Tounng City Clerk and be responsible to PORTABLE All day JxKurda-.

Continued rains over the weekend places where she might find employment I th- Council. C. i;. HitchMoa
Choir one of the outstanding lieg." 2 3.6.1 10% IllieoantVraK ch. S',
have set back land : Members of the council also instructed -
prepara. but she didn't appear .
lion and pepper and tobacco planting 'Area CC Group i groups of its kind in the South, city clerk to send resolutions .-(. ..... 6". A,4In" CITRUS bearing Ices, cuntalmrgrown.
Another meeting; of those interested :interested. He said she stayed atthe I Maeblnr fofflrr lrmonfrat) ,
for at least a week, and pos- : Organized Here !, will be heard in a program at the .f to Florida congressmen asking Also Plum Cattier Apple-
in forming softball Hejt. 52.G5-S.lllaj" for su:
a station two days and two ; Pear. Hood and CfcJdwin, Fig,
sibly longer. I :league in this area will be held :Madison Street Baptist Church that they vote to discontinue: Grapevines Persimmons etc Evergreen -
For Mutual Good \ i
County Agent G. T. Huggms 'nights after he offered her a job i the federal excise tax on local and BRADFORD COUNTY ., Shade Trees Cam..iliaa. over
:at the usa Thursday March 12. I.I Monday night. Alarm 2$. at 8o'clock. I
end J. R. Yv'ainwnght manager ot there, but declared she "wasn'tmuch long-distance telephone call*. II TELEGRAPHKEROSENE loll varieties. Azaleas!!. fine plants.
The: Northeast Florida Councilof ) it8p.m. [ fnll of bud and bloom. See our
the Starke State }t'armerslark- Chambers of Commerce was organized Representatives of five teams help" and was off in her)! plant for quality. We are located
et agreed on this The choir personnel consists ot Lions Hear I' mi Irs raft of Keystone Heightson
gloomy here last Thursday at a met with Bob Benner, Starke ,car most of the time. Report :i
Hiwny 100. Thousands of
after several days of almost I 51 boys and girls; the director plants.

rain that drenched the already steady wet: meeting attended by 25 represen- reel cation director. last Thursday I! Hill said that the two men Rufus Norris; accompanist Miss On Eye Program SMOKELESS ODORLESS -0. :;C. Florahome.Carne Nursery.Fla.!! Phone MU41E. tf

ground. Since Jan. 1 Bradford tatives of eight counties. Purpose to draw up preliminary plans. ,tcpped at his station on the Nagey; business manager Fred H.

County has recorded almost 10 of the organization is to work together The group voted to charge a $15 morning of Feb. 26 and got into Brown and Mrs. Brown. At the :March: 2 meeting of the 15.9 Per Gal NO MONEY DOWN Zenith

m- for the mutual good of all entrance fee for each team joining an extended conversation with : Starke Lions Club board of dIr- Washing Machines, now at IJA-
cheg of rainfall for the wettest Members of the church are en- AT YOUR IMPERIAL miEirs:
Northeast Florida.A the league. ectors it was reported that the
He said
the drove
woman. men
two-month in recent tertaining the party in their
period years. I committee was named to At Thursday's the 'I club has paid for eye examinations HOUSE
meeting off about noon and the woman SERVICE STATION FOR SALE-Corner lot.
"We had tirst sale'ast I homes and it is hoped that all
our !
berry nominate officers and draw up by- will decide whether to use \ and purchased glasses for nine situated ::6 N. Myrtle St. in Pine-
week and thought that01- group left a few minutes later in her :[ lovers of good music will mark Hiway 301 North Starke haven Subdivision. Contact Mrs. W
laws to be presented at a meetmg Eradford County children during
i slow or fast pitch and further .
cwn car. F. Henderson at Doyle K fonmrIns.
ume would be wel!! I their calendars and attend.
up by now scheduled :May: 14 in Palatka. plans concerning schedules will ) the past three months.It I Agency, %WO 4-4501 or WO ,.
but it is hard to tell what to expect Mrs. Taylor's 1953 Buick loaded .I There will be no charge for the 1A41
The eight counties representedat be made. It is hoped that about was stressed that the money 4t..h.zX.O: ;
until the weather settles" with clothes and suitcases, was I performance which will be held I
the initial meeting were Duval 18 teams will eventually be included spent by the Lions for sight conservation For cabinet. buokcases. boats rt..
Wainwright said. HuggIns predicted St. Johns, Flagler Putnam Brad I' in the league.Conservation found later parked by a garage in the church, 900 block. West in Bradford County each FISH SHRIMP made to order. See C. U FarlfH34

the rains would cause a ford. Alachua, Suwannee and. { !several yards south of Hill's place.J. .I :Madison: St., in Starke. year helps a great many school I N. Cherry $t.. Starke. Flj

lot of young fruit to rot. A. Shadd Sr., owner of the OYSTERS Phon.0 4-Sm M|, 4-11
The will be
Hamilton.A i nursery open and children "who might otherwise toe I

At Brooker, Market Manager resolution was adopted to re,\ Needs II' garage said the car was left mothers are invited to come and unable to acquire needed glasses.by Fish Dressed If Desired FOR -\ALE-Large house 2 miles

Ralph Nettles also reported delayin Are Discussed there while his family was away I oul. 300 :x 4iO corner lot. elffl ritr.lumbintr
their with the
quest that the State Department bring 'babies. along '
: :. school bus route
I .IO"
Prevatt Fish Market
planting operations. Only a- from home. It was discovered by i
and oil list boa!: I other members of the family. terms. Phone !
companies owner at0 3-l$5s:
round 10 of have By New CommitteeBradford I Rev. John W. Pearce ot Starke. ,
acres potatoes on of the; his son after school. 617 E. Brownlee St. tl"hg -..
launching ramps maps
Rev. Jack H. Mabry Jr.. pastor ot
been planted in the entire Brooker
state prepared in the future. County Conservation'. Shadd notified the Bradford I Ph. "'0 9-1091 'Hark Apartment For Rent--2 bedrooms
the church. was in charge of the
area, but this is not entirely due Lawtey RobberiesNet .
Needs Committee, newly appointed County Sheriff's office when the furnished'! cottage Elect ni
to adverse weather conditions. days activities. kitchen and enclosed
porches. ron
Growers are "laying oft" of polo- School Projects by Secretary of Agirculture owner of the car did not returnto More Damage WE HAVE a new loan program for :>lr. Res-en Rd. 1 1-2 mTe! cross

memorandum 1396 met Wednesday; claim it. farmers. Loans ot 1 to S yean '.rlrfll;". P..x 440.. tfihg
toes this season because of bad Are Progressing; Than Cash Loss for the entire credit requirements .
in the courthouse to' Mrs. Taylor has not
afternoon expressed of the farmer and his family ".:I.P
market conditions in the past two WHY PAY RENT? T.D. '1.\r.t;
New Ones StartedWork crganize and plan procedures. any desire to post bond accord- Gainesville Production Cred'IAssociation I HELP CS FIND THIS TEACHER
I' More damage to equipment than ,
years. The of the committee is ing to Alachua County officers I t20 ;i.rtb. MaIn Itrnse pass this ad on to some man
Huggins and Wainwright both three new schools u I 1 purpose cash loss was suffered in three Gainesville. Fla. tfch> acbr or principal who Is ambitions
on to review information of a previous ,, and is being represented by an to urn at least $1,000 this .
said ba i ttutnmrr.
they hoped continuing the county is progressing well an<:I county soil and water survey ''Ocala attorney. robberies of Lawtey business WILL BUILD HOME: RADIOS REPAIRED This vacation position will

weather would not hinder the Starke 1 places Sunday night. AH Makes AU H..rl* pay the right teacher $1.000 to $1 .
to concentrate additions to two higl and census to determine if it ON YOUR LOT I {(.....ble Charr KvMfKPHKHII'S ..... .. ::,0 depending on Ability and length
farmers plans on schools were to be started thi:s I applies at the present time and Students An estimated $50 damage to I RADIO A TV nr ....aIlOn. lie must have good
growing a bettor quality and a week according to School Superintendent -I will be accurate for the future. I the soft-drink machine at the No Down Payment lama. Gre... O..rZ r. -.rd. good work habits excellent
larger quantity of fewer crops this :. W. Call M. Phone "" 0.-... 'haracter. Also
I H. P. Morgan. These facts will be incorporated Another MeetingTo Shell Service Station operated by Stark, Fl.. permanent <5 figure an opportunity management for

year. Morgan said foundations had into the National Inventory ot Soil Milo Smith was sustained when l-ositivn. Write: In confidence, git
"A lot of think it would be Plan ProgramAnother GfNtIXIENGRAVCD Wedding In-
better to concentrate us in this way I been poured and walls were going and Water Conservation Needs. ''I thieves broke the machine to net Contact RAY FORTH \"ltatlol11lwith double envelopes 100 rubj inK ..age.rts taught edncation.and phone extracurricularJctivlties numbe'

small a- up at Lawtey Jr. High and the This inventory, when complete meeting ot the Student about $2 in cash. The building PHONE 4123 for 121.S3.;; Bradford Cour'T Tele- to R. R. Page. ')Isr.. 114,
rather than growing graph tf
roof was .being built at Anderson state was not broken into. MarT St. Jm 7. Florida. 3trhg 3-1"!
of of I with information from every rianmng Committee will be held Keystone Heights, Fla.
mounts a variety crops j
The Ander- 'I FOR RENT Furnished firm floor
Huggins added. "Quite a few,I Jr. High in Lawtey. will be the basis for determining at the home of Franklin Hitch Rest rocms at the Bel Air Phillips apartments.-Close in!! desirable lo- hELP: WA\TED.: rEM \I.F.

to son school is for colored children.Here lana use and conservation as tar Tuesday March 10, to further 66 Service Station were en- cation. All <;onvenlnce. W. H. .\HP. TOT THE TEACHEr: WETRK
farmers are planning play pepIper. in Starke. foundations and Nnllman. 2:) W. Hudson St. tfchg LOOKING FOR-Ambitious teach.
egg plants, sweet corn. and have "beenpoured I ahead as 1975.Members plans for a student recreation club. .(red and sanitary machines '.T guManro; counselor may qualifl .

sweet potatoes in large amounts some concrete floors appointed are Mildred At the meeting held last week i broken. Cash loss was not esti- OPPORTUNITYFor LAKE GENEVA > r this professional advisory pr .
at the new Southside Elc- I tram. You ran earn fl.QAf) to II)
like app office manager ASC: G. T. the group formed plans for a student mated. ."
especially nh) this
this season. Buyers I TRAILER PARK Mmm r No formal teaching
the quality of pepper and corn mentary school. Huggins. county agent; Henry r;. clirb: which will be open to all' The third robbery was at the Ambitious Men I Involved but skills utilized and

here." I The superintendent said Parker Turney. FHA: Don Champion students from the bth grade to the Standard Station operated by Ages 17 to 50 from Large Lots High Dry and '' rewarded. Write in confidenc-
grown Co. of Gainesvillewas giving age qualification! phon
Wainwright said most growers I Construction Farm Forester. FFS; Harold K. 12th by payment of a 75 cent Junior Prevatt. The loss there Beautiful I, number to R. R. Page, Mgr. Ill:
scheduled to begin commissioners : i :\Mnr St Jaw 7 Fbi. :U""g3.-.*
county fee for months.
Norman. chairman
like to buy not less than truck- at BHS and membership six was a hose and water can. The $15 MONTH FREE LAUNDRY

and it is much easier to a new auditorium : Eugene Long tax assessor Admission charge will be 10 IDA AREA in Industrial FOR \L&-ro9Ofl Bermuda and
load lots, at RJK thisMAYOR'S building was not entered. Large, Clean Wu h Room.DRl'EIX .
market produce in this way than I t three new classrooms I : Felix Sapp, chairman cents and opening night was set Electronics and Guided P-ahia .Grass Hay. V. R. FergusonLIwt.v

to try to fill a truck with small week. I ASC: Foster Shi Smith, chairman for :March 2L On this date elections Madison St. Church MissileNo RESTAURANT : "I' 3-1.

amounts of a large variety of veg- I SCD board; Paul Hutchms, FKAaavisor will be held and the present I. 13 Mi. SE of Starke on SR 100 Fort SALE at Kingsley lAke. app'oximstely -

etables.' He said that sweet potatoes COURT i iI ; Charles A. Darby clerk committee will be dissolved.A ''r.Observes SecondAnniversary ed. Must previous be experience to need- Phone Keystone Ills. 4320 front. to> '""UIe.tate.2 lots. ca1)ttfnl. Write Uk Ad-'

will probably sell well this circuit court, and William S. Haas, contest for a name for the willing spend ministratnr.. p. o. Box '7I. Stark.
one hour a day four days a I ...rirb, !
I the FOR \LK 3tchg 2IIAXTIQtF
if they are of a good quality Of the seven charges on SCS chairman of committee. club is now in progress. The name .
year The
lot of
week short industrial remaining 11.00 screen
on practical
and well packaged. 'The public !I docket in Mayor's Court Monday !I buggestions will be deposited in a The Madison Street Baptist doors telling for iOc. Also reduced $-' piece set fire tool.

la demanding better quality and :i morning two were for driving Rites WednesdayFor box in the library and the winner Church observed its second anniversary training using actual prices on large size windows used Walnut S.. R. Commode, 45" round
under the pine pine fireside hutch-bench
I equipment guidanceof bath tubs, comodes. lavatories, tab
while drinking. will receive free membership and last Sunday with luncheonat '
also other It.
methods mil. Finu
better merchandising an. Rt i
Mrs. Hopkins k-8. ('hair!', outside benches all
Ii Arrangementswill
our engineers.
forfeited : all functions. If the Pox: H2. Starke.
warned. Jchn Elmer Hiccinbotham I admittance to noon, followed by an aaltemoon can be bought at big ravings. Need : ..Between Brown
be made for those acceptedso p.iond nn-T im HWT
bond of $52 by not appear- I Mrs. Margaret Herman Hop-< winner is an 8th rade student this session when the various choirs room for other materiaL Itrhg

and 1 amount to value of $3O. and the was that training -will not inter- Come in and look around whether FOR SALE .An
lug! to defend a DWI charge. 73 widow of late Louis could a sang congregation established going
Azaleas PlantedOn kilts fere with employment. er ) need anything or not. No
present part time business in and
Lewis Odom pleaded guilty The method of choosing chaperones led in several numbers,
Floyd Charles Hopkins died in a local Positions for which this training obligation.V.. T. Jackson in rear Keystone. Ideal work for student
East Call St. to a similar charge: and the sentence hospital Monday morning after an will also be decided at Thursay's Rev. C. B. Stailuigs pastor ot of Big Dad Factory phone WO or retired teacher. Present. owner
1 will qualify you currenUy 4-4001. and ask for Mr. Chames.cli .
Phone 372
overage. particularsittehg
; was a fine of $150 or 30 illness of three weeks. meeting. Benner. the Raiford Baptist Church and .
from 590 to $140 week.If 3-1"
Azaleas were. planted on E. Call davs.I Mrs. Hopkins was born April 16.1 Starke recreation director is advisor Associations Missionary to the pay have a sincere desire to

St. near Bradford County Hospital -I Bond of $27 was forfeited on 1885 in Canada and was a member -! to the group. inmates of the State Prison, madea you FOR RENT. 5 bedroom house. In- HORSE at my place Sorrell. blaz.
I better yourself with a steady f""h'.t Bn Button; : $ tfrhf!' ed-fac star below knee on f"n.
last week with 230 blooming cne charge of public intoxication of the :Methodist: Church. She short talk about his duties and job and income we will DC back leg. Owner may baby paying

plants set. | and two defendants charged moved to Starke from Interlachea: accomplishments in that field of Seven room honFor F>nt. S 1-% for feed and ad. A. D. Crosby
I glad to discuss these opportunities miles out on :)I. Call or write. EV Lafavett !gt tteti'gFOR
Many of the plants were taken with unlawful soeed each forfeited about two years ago*. W. C. 7. U. Etrvice. Rev. Marvin Steadhan of with you. No obligation for 4-:T2S.! Marcus Gnffis. 33(7 Rarf -

from City Hall where they had bond of $27. She is survived by a brother. Palatka wa3 present and offered confidential interview (,rd St. Jacksonville. Fla. Itrhg SALE Mary Carter Paint
strictly Store. 315: N. Temple Ave.. tark"Es..U.nt
too tall to be cared for. 1 Lawson pleaded I at the services.
Oren Baldwinsville.N. jrayer
grown Henry David Herman of morning ..
'UClSTLX'SIOIt.L RESPONSIBILITY with our bonded personnel man. FOR RE."TJ..dr unfum; h- opportunity for anyon*
-THE ( -
Shrubbery will be'replaced at City; cuilty to a charge of recklessi Y. I' The anniversary sermon was delivered Please write UNITED ELECTRONICS ed house. Call J. I* Andrews WO wanting a business of his own iftntere.t.4

Hall with low growing junipers i driving bv driving on the sidewalk Funeral services were held at 2p.m. RESTS IX NOT at 2 p.m. by Rev. Fred I 4-lSfiJ. 2Uhg 35FOR enntact owner. Rober
LABORATORIES, Oerard. 501 N. W. 8th Are.. Cameo
under the windows and taller jat.: the Florida Theater and was. Wednesday at the graveside Laughon, pastor of the First Baptist ""'_ Pie_ Itrtir
IN TilE PATH OF HIS Box 823-E, c:> Bradford Coun- P.I-XT--\mall: furnished apartment
evergreens at the corners. 'ined $27. 1 in the Interlachen Cemetery with Church of Gainesville in vrtilcn Fla. and sleeping r'w'm1'. 1.. Kir-
lUKAKKR BROTHER. ty Telegraph giv. of all kind
About 36 of the azaleas were One other traffic charge. passing Rev. J. W. Osborne officiating. I he outlined the development of the working hours rhain 514 S. F.Pl''r'On St. Itchg Trice right. Contact C. W. Rat
Inr address
taken from the city park but in a no passin zone. to which Bu alas in the family plot ( NATIONAL VOICE.) Baptist Church and the Baptist at present; also phone number FOR SALE-1 arr- with 5 room ten. P. O- R01r 93. Hampton. Up

planting: there needed to be thinned James Henry Shannon pleadedI under the direction of DeWitt C. i I spirit through the years. If yon ran he reached by phone. h UIP. 4 mil- North of Stark, For: RENT: -S room nnfiirni-1. '

out. I not guilty, cost him $28. Jones Funeral Home. ... The benediction was pronounced 1 turn If-rt at Cumbers: Station. K -nneta boos*. 2 nedroAms. Antlr H FDemorest

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(!i take a good picture!:: of these two VTYYYYVTTTYYTYYYYYYYYTTTMELROSE I McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. Lisciotti. !I Three Win RadiosAt
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS things at this time of the year. i Mrs. Charles Nelson, and Earl
1// (Anyone having either or both I Cherry. '1 Redfearn's

By Rosemary Daurer l pictures of these scenes is request- s Junior Woman's Club j! Color TV Party
I ''id to contact Mrs. Joe Daurer r :1 At their meeting last week held
j phone 4331. Your picture will be By Joyce Rothhammer I
Fire Department News r:'5-26. Plans were started immediately ;in the home of Mrs. Josephine J. H. Tullis. Wilbur Neale. and
:'ittumed if it is used. Your cooperation :'
ff' The Fire Department held its!. and the following commit- casaaaaaaasaasasaaaaLaaI :Mathews. the members of the Mrs. Florence Hippie were the
monthly meeting last Tuesday, tees Here set up: Financing, will help the committee' I Guests at the home of :Misses !j.Velrose: Junior Woman's Club l lucky winners of radios given away -
;n getting this brochure completed
March 3, at 8 p. m. Due to the j Frank Walrath, Jr.; Grcunds, G. a Anna and Attie Lee were Mr and J.elected oficers for the year. Offi- as door prizes at Redfearn's
I' ,as scon as possible. Y
abundance cf moisture last week, | lL Wiggins and Lindsey Walker; ; Mrs. Jack Collins and children (cers are Mrs. W. H. Float presii i Color TV Party in the Woman'sClub
I Reservations, Mrs. Joe Daurer 1! School) News sent: Mrs. W .W. Blasmgame. last .
the members of the departmentwere : I Cherry and Tony of Manchester. j i Saturday night.
able to rest up after the I Publicity: local I !, Bert Christof- 1 Beginning March 9. Mrs Ruth 1 mn. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul I J \ice-president: Mrs. Huntley Red-, In spite of the downpour of
previous weekend workout of five I fers. A report on the Water Ski : Meinke and Mrs. Martha Pace I Campbell: and son. Layne of Rock j| fi>arn. secretary: and Mrs. Ralph I rain, 150 guests registered at the
woods tires. Tournament and the committee from the University of Florida bland | Mathews. treasurer i c'oor and Were given favors of
Illinois. j
C Of C Will Sponsor work accomplished thus far will College of Education, will be ad-I r Mrs. Debbie I Alsc a highlight of the meeting j!;meat thermometers for the ladies
Ford of Palatka
Water Ski TournamentAn be given to all the merchants and ded: to our regular faculty. They II was a surprise bnthday party for,und phonograph records for the
Visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. '
executive meeting of the businessmen in the Keystone area \1 ill be engaged in classroom Mrs. Mathews. The members teen-agers. Refreshments were
Chamber of Commerce was held I at the next Chamber of Commerce i Reaching under the direction of I Robert Cason, last week. j brought gifts and refreshments.Fried I:served after the guests enjoyed
last Tuesday afternoon to discuss meeting en Monday'evening, ,the present classrocm teacher. r See Redfearn's ad for a real Chicken Supper i vewing the Perry Como show '1nI
the proposed Southern Water Ski March 16. :Mrs. Meirke's major is in English r I deal on washers! j The Melrose Junior Class will,:l\ing I color." ,
Tournament in July. It was decided Bids are being presented for and minor in Social Studies Mrs.I %OtYt On the sick list this week are jponfor a Fried Chicken '
at this meeting that the the brochure on Keystone Heights Pace's major is Social Studies Lick lo:: don. who was taken toj I :March 21 in the High SUPPE'r'l ST. ANVS EPISCOPAL
Chamber of Commerce will sponsor ihis week. We still need a good land| is minoring in English. the hospital for observation and ] Cafeteria from 5 until 7:15.The: I ClirRCII, KEYSTONEM. :
the Tournament which will fishing picture and a picture of During the period of Mar. 9 to !e Leon Thomas who is in Baptist I price:; for the supper will be $1 for I II. Breyfocle Minister
J be: held on Lake Geneva. July 24- !';lie public beach. It's difficult toLEE'S ::May 15, the school will have y Hospital in Jacksonville. We hope ] adults and $.75 for children. Yall Morning Prayer and Sermon
'weekly visits from the College ofJ t they will be well socn. I come. J 9:30: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.
Education faculty. Also, our coun- J* : Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Mann visited Girl Scouts Holy Communion each first Sun-
DRIVE-IN Phone 411Keystone ly supervisory personnel will make ,I InductedTwo their daughter and family. Mr. 1 Feb. 23. three members of the I day. Parish Supper each third

Heights, Fla. i weekly visits in the light of recent -' .nd Mrs. P. T. Nilson of Palatka. ICcntinued on next Page Wednesday 6:30 p. m. /
THEATRE i trends in education. The new members Frank Har- meetin Weekend guests of Col. and
J State Department of Education Mrs. L. M. Pearsall were Dr. C. -- -F
ifs (second from left] and LeaWelcoming the
new members
FRI. SAT. SUN. :MARCH 6 7, S :'. Turner
Surrey team will be making a Dr. Charles Kidd.
I mon Ward I second from right 1 are Ed Bleha (Ileftl and Bill Beamare
;*udy during this period to ascer- i welcomed into the Lions Club' Irightl president of the club. urcheolosists! from the Tornoto Your Receipt -- None Better
i The love story of the white missionary and the! tain within this school district ) of Keystone Heights at a recent I') Royal Museum:: in Canada.A .

Eurasian soldier... under the China sky I if (whether we can supply in pupil :: recent guest of Mrs. Martha
I!numbers an addition to our !Kyle and Evelyn Carnes; third: Tshments were served and McKeachie was Miss,Marie Fog-
2 fin Century-fox,prtwnu ;:.-{'hool. 'Mrs. Dell Kyle and Gladys Bach- ames: and dancing were enjoyedby arty of Flushing, N. Y. e
BUDDY ADLER'S 1: Junior Woman's: Club News I II man.High the group. Also guests cf :Mrs. McKeachie I
f'VOOUCTIOII Sr.aIngrid The Junior Woman's Club of score for East and West: Girl Scout News are her brother and sister-in-law.]
I liveystone Heights held its bimonthly Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston; The Girl Scout cookies will ar- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoagland of I
meeting last Thursday second, Mrs. Louise Nelson and ive in Keystone today. March 5, Elizabeth, N. J. and friends Misses \!
evening, Feb. '28. Mrs. Fred Mull- Miss Clark; third Miss Hillyer of and will go on sale very soon. ; Helen and Marjorie Ball of :
: BERGMAN ing introduced the guest speaker, Greensboro. N. C. and Miss Rutherford Help your local Girl Scout troopsby Niagra-on-the-Lake Canada.
Lr. A. Y. Covington director of of Melrose. buying delicious Girl Scout Miss Cheryl Cherry was the if it's the check you sign, it's the best
Curt Public Health for Bradford, Clay There were 8 tables at play. rookies! honoree at a surprise birthday receipt you can have. Always pay by check
.and Union counties. Dr. Coving- Woman's Club News Girl Scout week runs from Sunday party given by her friends. The for security and convenience. Bank by mail .
Y Yx a URGENS "!"trn gave a most interesting and The Woman's Club of Keystone March 8, through Saturday party was held at the Episcopal for saved time and effort.
: tr.x ,informative talk about the his- Heights is presenting an Easter larch 14. All Girl Scouts will attend Parish House from 7:30 to 11:00.:
Robert tory of this particular public Parade of Fashions on Wednesday their respective churches in The group danced and played i
,t: # health department and its func- March 18, at 8 p. m. in the uniform on Sunday.On games and enjoyed refreshments. RANKING: HOURS( Mon thru Thurs.
d AT tions. Of much interest to the Woman's Club. The fashions will Tuesday March 3, Mrs. Zee Chaperones for the occasionwere I'
Sen, and Mrs. J. E. 9:00 A.M. 2:00 I.
members was the discussion in- be furnished by Geigers of Gainesville Tolles attended a field meeting in
wv olving immunization measures. the shoes by Fagan's shoe Jacksonville. This was a meetingor Mrs. Ayleen Smith, Mrs. J. H.I! ) .IN WINDOW) Mon thru Thurs. .
1 : The hostesses were Mrs. R. Cun- store in Gainesville. Admissionwill the District Chairmen with the
9:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
44 ''ningham. Mrs. C. Terrell, and be $1.25. Tickets can be pur- field committee chairman. ,
4.$ Mrs. E. Akridge. chased from any club member. Troop 295 got a new Girl Scout
FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M.
The next meeting will be held Any high school girls who would flag with its name and letters last "GEORGIA STYLE"BARBQ -
'thursday, March 12, at 8 p. m. like to sell tickets for this show week. At the last meeting, mem-
in the club house. The hostesses will get a free ticket for every ten hers worked on the flag ceremony. .
will be Mrs. E. Bennett, Mrs. A. the: sells. Anyone interested in using their brand new flag. PIT
I Terrell, and Mrs. W, Wolfe. this, can contact the following Bro.-nie troop 29 did not hold BANKA
tf Duplicate Bridge Club women for additional information a meeting last Friday because of FORK MEATY RIBS
f The Keystone Heights DuplicateClub : Mrs. George Phelps, phone severe storm warnings. They willesume .
CI IICKENTERRELL'S Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
met Monday, March 2. at 4103; Mrs. J. R. Cook, or Mrs. their meetings this Friday "
b I I the Woman's Club. Roy Watkins phone 4209.A at3p.m. Keystone'Heights, Fla.-r.---
High scores for North and business meeting of the Wo- Troop 190 had a meeting with
South: Mrs. Lucille Terry and man's Club will be held Tuesday.' their cookie chairman, Mrs. Char- Member F.D.I.C.

Gena Christoffers; second: Louis March 10, at t p. m. at the club (Continued on next Pagel Rd. 100 8/ Mi. S. Starke -

Duplicate Bridge In Melrose
The Woman's Club of Melrose
v'ould like to invite the women
4. w in the Keystone area who are interested -
4? Y ,
Duplicate in Bridge bridge to sessions attend every their I
r. *ti .l tJ Tuesday at 10 a.m.. at the Melrose -
Woman's Club. No knowledge
:.1 the game is required to attend r a.

h these sessions. Each woman is rr43 LOOK AT IT
+ y: awl asked to bring her own sandwichand
coffee is served by the club.
For further information, call the
chairman Mrs. W. J. Grolick. Her

umber is 5-2775.
Seated Silver Tea"
The Women of the Community r d Redfearn'MARCH

Church are sponsoring their annual -
"Seated Silver Tea" on ,
Thursday. March 19 at 2 p. m. in
the Educational Building of the

Community Church Mrs. W.J., .
Grolick and Mrs. David Nelsonare
.'rrr kt F co-chairmen of the tea. The I WASHER DEALIS
silver; offering collected at this 41L
tea is used for the needs of the
church piogram. For reservations,
THIS NEW 20 X 40 (800 SQ. FT.) HOUSE -- Call Mrs. R. N. Sunderland. Her

phone number is 4169. THE HOTTEST YET!
Don't forget the St. Patrick'sDay

WITH HOT WATER HEATER AND DOUBLE Ball being sponsored by the
Civil Air Patrol at the Skytel-

Soda, ice -
March 14, at 8 p. m: 1
;appetizers and music, all for the,
price of only $3 per couple. Tickets.

GML Y S A 00 To Party with Approved will Rotary be Club sold at News the door. I WithTrade

The Rotary Club will sponsor a. Only '
Credit, and Who Wants "Ham Shoot" during the R. E. A. .

PER r meeting in Keystone this month. ....
a NEW Permanent All profits from this event will be
used for a community project. No I "
Home! decision has been made as to 'a
WEEK what project will receive these TERMS AS LOW AS 1.75 PER WEEK! I 1I .
; ,
funds.In I .
the near future. the club will 10 Lb. Capacity for Big Family-Size Washes! \

This New Home is on a Lot 100 x 185, with Well, Pump, also Week"sponsor, in co-operation a "Boys and with Girls our Partial Load Control Enables You To Do Smaller I.

Mrhool. At this time some of our Size Washes Economically!
and Electricity, and includes: Closing Costs, Interest, Fire local pupils will be elected by the

student body to act as town officials All Porcelain Inside And Out, Protects Against
and Wind Insurance on the unpaid balance, and access to for a few days. Rust, Stain, Corrosion!
The speaker for this Friday's
Crystal Lake by Private Beach to Swim, Fish, etc. meeting will be Frank Walrath CoAxialIechanism: With 5 Year Written Warranty 1! .
Jr. who will talk on "The History !
0: Keystone Heights. i
Lions Club News Smooth, Quiet Transmission, Completely Sealed, ,
LOCATION EAST OF STARKE ON HIGHWAY ,' The Liens Club has revised its Permanently Lubricated!

meeting program starting next
month. The first meeting in April
TAL LAKE BUILDING LOTS" SEE Till be devoted to a speaker and
Ihe second meeting of the month
SIGN ON PROPERTYtflV(1RI vill be a business meeting. The
March meetings will be the same
a.< in the past, both being busi- REDFEARN'SI'Where

LAKE[ HOMESITES Among the ness Henry meetings.Dryden Celebrates

Oaks and Pines 14th Birthday
Henry Dryden son of Mr and
Mrs. Frank Dryden of Silver Lake, Service Is Assured"PHOXE

JOHN D, PATTERSON, Owner 5161 Yacht Club Road Jacksonville., Florida celebrated his 14th birthday at a
party at his home last Friday 9391 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

night Feb. 27. Fourteen teenagers -
attended Henry's party Re-


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TT'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTKEYSTONE I CHURCH NEWS Fomery and will attend Sunday 'yyy?? y yy..y..yy..1 the news last "'eek. with the various .'.?. I-About- 30 guests were present to

First Baptist Church school and Church Services this I teams playing a total of eight enjoy this occasion with the honoree -
!I The Annual Home Mission pro- Sunday. March 8. Ii i tames and winning five. and many useful and lovely

HIGHLIGHTS I'tram, the Annie Armstrong week i In observance of Girl Scout &.... & The Varsity teams played Ft. f'I gifts were iw irpH for the baby-

II of prayer will be held at the I Sunday this week, the girls of the I McCoy and were victorious inbcth AND I toThe hostesses served refreshments .
UAAu I Continued from Page Onel]
I church tomorrow morning. March' Community Church who are ,! : games. Melrose boys jumpedto I after the social period.
[Continued from Page One] 6. at 9:30: a. m. A covered dish members of the local Girl Scout : Girl Scouts were awarded badges. a 30-18 lead by half-time and

I luncheon will be sened. troops, will attend services this''Those lengthened their lead to 48-22 at I 4I 1.
receiving badges were Margaret -
Icy McGlave. last Friday. Plans, I Iin'
In observance of Girl Scout Sunday in uniform.
Slade, Virginia I the end of the third quarter and
:: dancer's badge
were made to sell cookies from a !I Sunday this week, the girls of the New members received into the Mrs.
Ford traveler's badge: and the final quarter ended the ,I LOCAL MANAGER FOR
booth in front of the post office Eaptist Church who belong to congregation Sunday Feb. 22. ter
10-1 Trudie game with a 6030ictory..
Morris swimmer's badge. I
this Saturday morning from 10 a. cal Girl Scout troops will attend 1959 were Mr. and Mrs. Harry j]
in until noon. Troop 190 will also services in uniform this Sunday I Godwin of Spring Lake and Mrs. The group then held their flag High scorer for the night was i Mrs. I
sell cookies ceremony and closed the meeting Calvin O'Steen with 21 points for Mrs. Alma Jim Waiter
from door-to-door as March 8.Community. I Alma Frost of Keystone Heights. Corp.
soon as the cookies arrive in Keystone Church I I Anyone; desiring to join the with their Scouts good night cir- : the Bulldogs followed closely by hcme last I Ii
cJe.! Bulldog Larry Cooper with 20 tal- i
Community Church to have j I Mr. and
Church or
The Women 01 tne met I 1'es. Gay led the losers with nine.
Automobile Accident On 100 last Tuesday evening in the Educational children baptized during the Easter Methodist Church I ron were

Last Friday morning at about I Building. The speakerwas I season, is requested to contact The members of the Melrose ; The Melrose girls thumped the Mrs C. L. "World's Largest Home Builders"

10 a. m., Corrine Richardson of Rev. Lacey Harwell. Minister 1'the minister. Dr. A. C. Holt. Methodist Church wish to express I hosting Ft. McCoy team 44-18. last

Melrose was making a left turn to the Presbyterian Student Body : Dr. Holt will hold a meeting I i their thanks to Miss Bessie Ruth- ; Ilene: Strickland and Marcia Hil- Mr. and

on Sylvan Way when the auto i a* the University of florida. His : with the teen-agers of the Com- erford and the many friends of' liard had 20 and 15 respectively I of WILL BE IN STARKE
fur Melrose.
in which she was driving was I topic will be "Missions in the, munity Church this Sunday evening the surrounding communities last J
struck; from behind by a car dri- Middle East. March 8, at 6:30: p. m. in the who by their presence, helped II Friday night the Bulldogs split
to make the Silver Tea, held at two with Bunnell in the Bunnell EACH THURSDAYAT
ven by Alan J. Anderson of Atlanta -I The Senior High School Grouptf Educational Building. madge L.
Ga. Fortunately, neither of the Community Church has The reception held for Dr. and I the home of Miss Rutherford, recently gvm. In the boys game. Bunnell at
I I {]L-d in every quarter to defeat the
the drivers were injured, but each been invited to be guests at a Mrs. Holt last week was a very a success. I I Grandin
of the cars involved suffered a- social and dance at Camp Mont- I attractive and beautifully decorated Duplicate Bridge I Bulldogs 59-26.
brut $100 damages. Komcry on Saturday. March 7, at affair. About 150 guests attended Winners of the Melrose Woman's Wayne Bunnell. was high scorer -' Mrs. ( STARKE HARDWARE CO.
I I Club for th:! game with 18 points for to
Duplicate BridgelFeb.
Civil nett llseIrt'tinc: 7 p. m. The invitation came from the reception. Among those I
: Calvin O'Steen led see her ."
he Senior High School group of I present from neighboring churches 23 were: High Evelyn Camts the winners. 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00
There will be a Civil Defense the losers with 11 tallies. V ho is ill P.M.
Murray Hill Presbyterian Church were Rev. and Mrs. J. R. and Helen Phelps; second, I
Council meeting at the court {lof Jacksonville. About 25 of the i I I Smith.Mrs. It!. H. Breyfogle. Rev. Alice Kitchum and Nan Hopkins. I Ilene Strickland tallied 24 Mr. e
house in Green Cove Springs on Everyone is invited to attend points to lead the Melrose girls and little
I 'I
Jacksonville group will be on an.j i. and Mrs. S. E. Dooty and Father For
Monday March 9, at 1 p. m. overnight, retreat at Camp Mont-i I Cornelius Doughtery. The receiving these games every Tuesday at the I to a 5841ictory over the Bun- din were Appointments Call

I : line consisted of Frank Wal- Woman's Club. nell lassies. Clark's JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector
I Melrose Junior High boys ---
The last
KEYSTONE rath. Jr., president of the Boardof School News
DEPARTMENT STOREMen's The Melrose High School Glee participated in the Junior High Mr. and
Trustees; Dr and Mrs. Holt: STARKE WO 4-5311
\ Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Mrs. Elizabeth Himble presidentof Club, directed by Mrs. Evelyn Play-day tournament in Palatka ham of -
Zoph was in charge of the as- last week. The boys were seeded in
the Women's Group: and Wil-
"If It's A
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY liam Reynolds Jr. president of ttmbly recently. Miss Maxine No. 2 in the double eliminationI noon. Quality Home 'I

the Board of Stewards. Refresh- Jones and Miss Carol Hurst accompanied -I tournament. I Mrs. F. It's A Jim Jr alter Home"

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner ments were served and punch was the group at the pi I The boys overcame a sluggish Ga. is

poured: by Mrs. Sara McDonaldand ano. The songs chosen were "Bali first half to rally and beat the John F. OTHER OFFICES:
Hai" and "Wonderful Guy" both Hastings Spudsters in their first this week. ,
Mrs. Elizabeth Himble. Coffee I OCALA (;GAINESVILLE I'ALATKA
vas poured by Mrs. Ruby Wiggins from the musical, "South Pacific game. Joe Johnson was top man Robert

ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE Mrs. Anne Tulis and Mrs. :' They ended the program by .vore-wise, as he tossed 15 points two of +..e ..,

2 Margaret Tra y.8f. C'ngmg: the school's Alma Mater. through the loops. He was followed Seigler of
Dining Area, Living Room, Kitchen, Tile also of Melrose
Anne's Episcopal Church Following this, W. M. Thomas by Jimmy Rye Williams
Bath, Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace, Lots of Storage The Woman's Auxiliary met on superintendent of county schools. who tallied 12 points. Final score the SAYE q

Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in Wednesday at 10 a. m. Eave a brief talk. Mr. Dunning, of I was 37-16. Philip TF

= town, near shopping, doctors, beach and churches. The covered-dish lenten supper I the Hudson Pulp Mill, presented'! Fourth-seeded Bunnell man- Jowers

Financing arranged. Far above average, on well land- will be held Friday, March 6, at Miss Cathy Miner with a $25 savings : aged to upset the little Bulldogs Aiken S.

scaped lot. 6:30: p. m. Lenten services will bond for placing second in a in the second day of the tournament Mrs.

follow at 7:30 p. m. contest sponsored by the Pulp 30-25. Melrose's ace center F L.
Mill. Cathy submitted one of the Jimmy Rye split the nets with 15 lando la
St. Anne's Sunday School i*
I : S. E. M1 KAY.. REALTOR rapidly growing through the dedication best papers on the subject "The points to emerge as high point Mr.

of its teachers. There is Value of Paper in our Daily I r man for the game while Jerry lake City I
Keystone Heights Phone Lives." I I Eurnsed led the winners with 12 rlatives
3701-2051-4151-4209 a need for more teachers and
I more space. The vestry is working School was dismissed early Fri- tp llies. Miss
en the space problem. Anyone day because of tornado warningsfcr The third day of action sent!:: spent

<< wishing to participate in the Sun- the orea. the Bulldogs against top-seeded father, .

; KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY day School program as a teacher. The Lunchroom Committee met Palatka Green Wave to suffer
fourth defeat at the hands of ? ?
please contact Mr. Breyfogle or last week and planned the lunches -
for the next two weeks. the fabulous quintet, this season.
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR join the Sunday School Teachers 5
SERVICE meeting. These meetings take FFA News Melrose' held a 9-7 advantage Opp STOR

;place at the Parish House every Last week was National Future !early in the second quarter but

Day [Phone_ SAF-GAS Nile Phone Thursday afternoon at 430.: Farmers of America week. The 1 I,soon came under a barrage of QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

4351 2582 The Vestry is now working on Melrose chapter had planned to points from the Green Wave that Prices Good Thru Saturday, March 7th.
I enlarging the Parish House. A put on a program in assembly Friday they couldn't shake off. Ahead L

COOKING "Work Party" will be held for but due to early dismissal JO-9 at half time the Green Wave .- "".. '.: ,.-
HEATING WATER HEATINGMost March were unable. went on to a 33-23 victory. This Rev. "._ .* aA< *,." -.;..,; .
this purpose this Saturday.
7. at 9 a. m. The young people of The chapter received 5,000 defeat! eliminated the Little Bull- revival .i!. CLIP THIS COUPON 4-
1 Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in Northflorid All the dogs from the tournament. Joe Pisgah 1.THIS
the Parish are also having a broiler chicks last Friday. CERTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO i

.. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First "Work Party. They are sprig- ,members: worked very hard getting Johnson was high scorer of the Oak.Pat :
of the ready for the chickens. The. fame; with 16 tallies.
ging grass on the north side
.R. ,.- ,.>.- church. Anyone wishing to con- chapter would like to thank Willis The Melrose Junior High girls and Palms k._ 50 &>i Green Stamps
tribute a little time I and energyis Chesser, Honorary Chapter Farmer defeated the Keystone team for : Y ,
invited to attend these "Work for the use of his truck to haul the third time last week. It was Sunday

TERWILLEGAR Parties." shavings for the chicken house. anybody's game throughout the led in Telegraph'n ::: FREE AT YOURWINNDIXIE '
MOTORS nesday
whole with Melrose taking
St. William's Church The chapter is getting garden game
the lead, then snatch- Due to
.. Last Monday evening the Cath- ibis underway the 9th and 10th Keystone STORE.
it bc<'k. When the game ended Ladies".
olic Club held its monthly meet- trades have already started plant- ing

: Save Hundreds of '59 Fords ing and covered-dish supper. Len- ing. There are also several acres it was Melrose in the lead bya Void After Limit one to odult with
$ $ on meager three pOints 35-32. Mel- .
ten services followed at 7:30: p. m. that will be planted as a chapter rose's Virginia Ford showed her of the March 7th. $2.00 or more Food Order. ':.
Adult instructions were held the project. Thanks to W. W. Blas-

( FORD CARS same evening at 8 p. m. Anyone ingame for disking the land and outstanding scoring ability once Monday.A real. .. :....,.r.;.; z. .t' V,;".'. .= ." ,
: AND TRUCKS :interested in gaining knowledge M. V, Samscn for the use of his again as she netted 25 points to .'

. 23 of the Catholic religion, is invitedto mule. While the mule was there, lead her team. Nancy Sutton topped for us '

TO SELECT FROM I attend these instructions sessions. Mr. Baldwin gave some of the Keystone's scoring list with slides of :

boys lessons on plowing with a 15tallies.. Thursday i -

: We are offering the best trades in Last Tuesday evening new car- mule. TRINITY EPISCOPAL Come resting MAXWE\\---- \
is invited to by
peting was delivered to the Everyone come CHURCH. MELROSE The I:

the State church for the main altar area. and visit the chapter. M. II. Breyforle. Minister ation !
of Florida
6 The next lenten services will be Basketball NewsBasketball
.. Sunday School, 8:45 a. m ressa HOUSE i ib.
held Monday. March 9 at 7:30 p. was very much in 11:15. Episcopal Young People night ,\

: USED CAR SPECIALS m. The instruction period follows Morning Prayer and Sermon, tives
these services at 8 p. m. each fers.Dave
a Edelstein of Miami and 7:30: p. m. Holy Communion each bronn.

II 1958 Ford Country Squire, week.Personals the Mr. and state Mrs.of Oscar Connecticut Edelsten spent of first Sunday.PINELEVEl. bob Staike's with59i; i

. Company Car. Clean. low mileage Fordomatic Burch T. Hutson, Jr., of Tampa Saturday with the Bert C. Christ- '.? YY.Y..YYYYY'. -. I lrnllt o e

Radio Heater Power Steering, and Air Con- aril be a weekend guest of his par- offers. ,eople of $5.00 OOrcler.
e' ditioning. ents, Mr.and Mrs Burch T. Hut- FoodV _
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Smith are they \'
son, Sr. and his sister Mrs. W. J.
leaving Keystone and returningto the

:[ 1958 Ford V-8 Ranch WagonOne Grohck.Lt. Col. and Mrs. David Nelson Georgia. Taking Mr. Smith's Mrs. IL 51. McltaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr.

Owner. Clean. place at the bank is Mr. Don and
have had quite a few out-of-town .
Cornwell of Gainesville Mrs.
.. guests lately. Last weekend retired -
1957 Belair Fordor Chevrolet Mrs. Helen Conneen and son Sunday.
Pine Level
Baptist Church hada
.. army friends, Lt. Col. Chester -
IVmer-C.lide, Radio and Heater. Low Mileage T. Brown and his wife from left Keystone last week on a tripto good attendance last Sunday

: and Clean. Palmetto were guests of the Nel- Baltimore Md. with many visitors. Rev. W. E. c'uty' with V lARGE
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Campbellof Diego
Hall brought the Sun-
sons. Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Brownof message. TIDE'
Gainesville were weekend his
1954 Plymouth Portland. Maine spent five days day School attendance was also
r quests of their grandparents, Mr. Raley.
a. guests of the Nelsons' and left r J
and Mrs. A. R. Chapman of Twin good.We Mr.
1951 were saddened when we Pk
Mercury Tudor Automatic recently to tour southern Florida.At 9.
lakes.Al Crystal Only
reached church Sunday to hear
the present time, Mrs. Nelson'suncle. I
Radio and Heater Watson will be in Jacksonville night and li""i'
Howard H. Harvey of Benny McRae had been injured -
$5.00'wo WIth 25
Sunday. March 8, for the (f'S "t
in an auto accident that .
o Mansfield Ohio is visiting them. more
of a new Banner ware- Mr. and Food ,..
Your opening Order.SUNNYLAND.
Authorized Ford Dealer Mr. Howard and the Nelsons morning and was in the hospital.
will hold "Food Mr.
house. Banner a
Mr F. Hall of
visited Silver Springs last Wed- and Mrs. A.
Show" on Sunday prior to the and chil
nesday morning and in the afternoon Jacksonville spent Saturday night
: in Bradford County visited Mrs. Nelson's cousin opening of the warehouse. with Mrs. Hall's parents, the H. parents ,
and Edith Thorn- last Sun
r Ruth Ohlson J
a Mr. and Mrs. John W. M. McRaes, after visiting relatives '''
quist recently returned from Bra- Amcng '
Strange in Eustis, Fla. While in rear Waldo.
denton. Their cousin, Mrs. Mar- tist _-------=_ I
Eustis. they also visited with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis attended '
guerite Grennan. returned with ing -
and Mrs. Walter M. Bachelderwho the Sing at Heilbronn
them to live in Keystone. We are last after- Church \
were friends of the Nelsons Baptist Church Sunday \
FOR EVERYWORTHWHILE sure Mrs. Grennan will enjoy residing Mrs. J.
when' they lived in Portland, noon.
with her cousins in our Eugene
Maine. The Youth Fellowship meetingwill I

They said it couldn't be done- town. be held at the Pine Level Mrs. HAMS
Mrs. Joe Allen of Palatka visit- fend Mrs.
USE but Redfcarn's is doing it. See Baptist Church Friday night.
our ad! M ed her in-laws Mr. and Mrs. C. March 6.Howard. Mrs. R
H. Piper in Keystone last Tues- her
Mr and Mrs. E; W. Sanders of Brown of Bayliss High-
Furniture Buffalo. N. Y. parents of Mrs. day.COMMUNITY way spent one day last week and Mrs. 8-12 Lb. 49
CHURCH OF ronville A
Bob Ficrtz. visited the, Fietrz fora I I with W. C. Conner. Average lB
few days last week. They are Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger and HAlf
6 Signature now tourning Southern Florida Albert C. Holt, Minister daughter, Mrs. J_ R. Lyons and dren WHOLESUPERBRAND
Dr. James D. Pact Organist II and
and will return to Keystone next Director. little Barbara Hodges, all of ,
r Auto Choir
n eek. Jacksonville. visited the H. M.
School 9:45
Miss Elizabeth Rosenthaler of McRaes Saturday afternoon. They
1 :{ a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
r Real Estate New York City left for home last also] visited Mrs. Haltiwanger'scster

w Monday after spending 10 daysin FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Margie Underhill of

LOANS UP TO $600 Keystone with the Fiertz'. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLAJ. Starke and Mrs. T. N. Norman of

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha's R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn Heilbronn.Mr. -
on-in-law has just arrived from Copeland Minister of Music and and Mrs. Gerald Williamsof

OWN ,Greenland. He and his wife Betty church organist. Starke were recent dinner

rill be in Keystone with the Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : guests cf Mr and Mrs. Russell We ICE l)

Blehas! until this weekend when In. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Thomas.Mr. of CREAM

they will leave for Orlando, where Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Even- and Mrs. W. C, Conner and

FINANCE CO. they! will! be stationed. ing services 7:30 p. m. Yvonne were Monday guests of From CHaCOLA TE 1
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp of Heil- I .
f Mrs T M. Finley was taken to Perfect VANILLA '
II the Bradford County Hospital in St. Wffliam's Catholic Chapel bronn. floors ( I I or I ,
II 11'\". Call St. Starke Fla. Starke last week and is now at Keystone Heights RRY 5 9'1

1 the Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. TILE: RIGHT POINT for the work Y2 Gallon

Phone WO 4-9091 Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. I
tray you write. Come in and !select -
Mr. and Mrs. Edelstein of Gainesville Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m.

,. : son and daughter-in-law Confessions before all Masses. jour favorlt ESTERBBOOK -" r

p* Mrs. Bert C Chrtstoffers.! were Baptisms marrtaees and Instructions I
weekend guests of the Christof- I by appointment. Fountain. Pro. TELEGRAPH


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;.. n.\'. MARCH :

Sunday at the Naval Air Station !13 lot of rabbits f
running J .
children of Waldo were Sunday: .m..m..nnGRIFFIS home
I at the Stair Farm. Grandjtria -
hospital their son, Fred, whois these days.;
MAXVILLEBy a patient there with a bone in- Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginboth- !guests of Mr and Mrs. N. J. Davis. i Brown is a mrmbrr of ourI

fecton. Mr. and Mrs. Ivey and am and sons visiited Macclenny HAMPTONBj ( { I LOOPI I I church, and we all wish her as.redy
heir two other at with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas;; t : recovery.
Mrs. C. B. NolanaAAUAAUUAUAAAUAAAI sons are living Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. A. '
the C. B. Nolan residence in Max- Sweat and while there attended Mrs. D. E. milAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Barbara Sue DavUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA cf Gainesville, Mrs. William Kel- By Verble! .\ I Boatdrain Baptist Church. has

l vile. We surely do wish their sona morning Church services at the / ley of Bell, and :Mrs. Groover I bought i bus. Bro. Gene GriffISi

Miss Bonnie Padgett spent the speedy recovery. Church cf God.A Thomas were Wednesday ni!!ht AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'I' Mrs La\cnia Gnffis and Verble
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott and Miss Annette Green, who is i an dinner guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Anderson: closed the deal Monday
Mrs W. W.
day Sunday: at Highland with McKinney of Gainesville -I Fellowship Meeting was held Mr. and Mrs Thomas O"Brian'i'
Mrs. Sara Norman and while visited Sunday afternoon at the Maxville Congregational Brenda, Mr. and Mrs P. H. Lott, Instructor in a Jacksonvilleschool \Vocdrow Thomas. ind children visited Mr. and Mrs.P. > and we hope to have it in operation -

here attended Sunday School at with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and Holiness Church Monday night. Jr.and daughter of Hamptcn; was the weekend guest ofher RPV Wilson and daughter Robin F. Goolsby Friday night. a soon Now those who don'tI'ae

f the Highland Baptist Church. family. I We are all very sorry to learn rnd Mr. and Mrs. Richard Castle I parents :Mr. and Mrs. Leslie of Jacksonville were weekend Miss! Patsy: O"Bnan spent Friday -1! a way to get to church can
and children of Gainesville, were Green. ..icsts of Mr. arm Mrs. Bill
i Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Padgettand Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mr. andMrs. hat Mrs. Jack Wilkinson has GC'nci i night with her grandmother J i Il'all WO 4-5774 and we will pick
in Stuart Miss. last week for vor in Gainesville and Mrs.
sen and Mr. and Mrs John Clifton Nolan and sens of .I been suffering from an infected Mrs. Clara Hazen of Starke was I Mrs. J. J. Hardcnbrook of Collcy'\'them up Everyone who wants too
{ D. Padgett were supper guests Baldwin visited Sunday morning I mouth and sincerely wish her a funeral services for James Edward Sunday afternoon guest of the Groover Thomas. Road. : please feel free to ride the
I Bailey, father of Mrs. P. H. Dr. end Mrs. Harry Merchant
Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family I ;cpeedy:: recovery.We I Clyde Ccne family. There vas a Stanley party Friday l bus. That is what we got it for
I of '.
IHamerJ Lott. Mr. Bailey died : 1Iisited Mr. and
Harry Padgett> and family. ;in Jacksonville and also with Mrs. I are also sorry to report that John Dale Register attended morning at the home of Mrs. Members of Boatdram Baptist
Tuesday. Feb. 24, in a Bradford Mrs. R. G. Thomas. Fr.d<>y. ''
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and W. A. Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dan Hargroves is seriously services at Dedan Baptist Church Frank Jan is. Those attendingwere 'C11url'hnjo 'ed a chicken and
I County hospital. A native of Betty Ann and Cherrie Lewis.!
family and Miss Mickey Godwinof R. L. Holliman and daughter. 111 and confined to her bed. Hopewe Sunday.Mr. Mrs Thomas O'Brian. Ver- I rice supper with all the tnmmmgs:
Stuart, Miss., he had been living :and7avnp and Care Fair of
Jacksonville spent the day Sandra in Palatka enrout to Mrs. will see her up and about a- here with his son-in-law and and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and :Starke:: were Sunday afternoon Ke Anderson, Mrs. Harry Elrod.;I Wednesday night. Everyone had a
Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy Wat- Nolan's son and daughterinlaw'shome gain :soon. son of Jacksonville were weekend Mrs. Williams Mrs. Woodburn.j I rood time.
Laughter for the last five months. nests of Linda isu? and Ronnie
ers and family.Mr. in Seville. The Clay Hill Baptist Churchis guests of the W. E. Bigham Jr. Thomas.: and Mrs C. W. Colson. Refresh-;!| This question was sent' to me
and Mrs. Riley Rhoden Owen Knight was a guest of holding revival Mrs. Dan Johnson was takento family. Mr. ments were served after the i!,: from Live Oak Fla. this week
services this Bradford and Mrs. Benny ThomasSr. I
and children of Macclenny visited Harvey McPherson last Friday week. Everyone is invited to at- last County Hospital on Amelia Coleman of Starke was ., Mrs. Benny: Thomas Jr.. and party. Two people were born who never
Wednesday week for treat-
Friday night with Mr. and Mrs.E. night. tend. weekend guest of Barbara Sue Clarene and Those attending the homecoming died! Two people died who were
Larry Thomas visited
D. Higgmbotham and while Vince Taylor, Evelyn Coleman. ment. She had been ill at their Davis. at Heilbronn Baptist; Church !1 I.PVCT born. Who were these foureoplc
Was sorry to learn that Rev. home here for Mrs. Thomas Sr's. mother.
here Mr. Sweat and Mr. Higgin- Bob Neals and Glen Nealy were two weeks previously Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters: and Sunday from Boatdrain Church. .- ? It is a Bible question
John Wilkinson, Mrs. Dounlas in Branford Satur- .1'
botham went rabbit hunting and all dinner guests at the home oflofr.and pastor of the and her daughter, Mrs. ton Richard and Pat Baggs were were Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffis. j Hoatdrain Baptbt Church
Clay Hill Baptist Church cay afternoon I
had to James Broome and of Vero
killed seven rabbits. Mrs. John North last Sun- son .Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson. Mrs. j
undergo an eye operation in Jacksonville Beach. had been staying herewith Sunday luncheon guests of the Mr:. Mattie: Sowells Tinted: )Ir. I Sunday School. 10 a. mram: -
Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman McKinney Mrs. Edna Jones. and
day.Mr.and last Monday and we hope her until Sunday Mrs.Jchnson's .. G. W. Davis family. :nd :Mrs Warner Mstt and Mrs .; ing Worship 11 a. m.: TrainmaUnicn.
and daughter were guestsof Mrs. John D. Mrs. C.cil Rcwe.
supper Padgettand Mrs. ,
J T. Sowells returned
that he is getting along well. F"da: C-iiinuy of Hauge for rerorl 6:30
sister, Mrs. Versic : p. m.: Evening; Wor-
Mr and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett hcme after visiting bet father. Patsy OUrian was guest of ,
daughter. Karen on Monday canied Mr. Padgett back to his Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Barnes of Palatka, arrived Sun- who is seriously ill. fe: several days ir.'n went to Plant City Linda Brookins Sunday afterchurch. ship. 7:30: p. rn. and Prayer meet-
Waters and to be with Mrs. for a ft'days; to visit friends and
family will be inter- day Johnson when I I
night trig
doctor in Jacksonville Friday for days in Kingstree S. C. TE'aTlns.: : Wednesday at 7:15 p m.
We regret that Mrs. W. B. Har- a check up and he seems to begetting ested to learn that they have che; returns home from the hos- Mr. and Mrs Charles Prrrv of Miss;:Virginia Parri5r was ho't-! We are sorry to hear that Mrs. I I Pastor Rev. Orville Brooktns
ris has been ill again. Her grand- : along nicely following his moved into their new home at pital Gainesville Mary Brown is ill at her son's
Sunday lunch-cn
were ov at. a :party in the home of her Everyone welcome.
the I
corner of Kelley St. and old Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home drove
daughter. Mrs. Ben Higginbotham operation.If Jo.ntlf
guests of the M. O. Harrell fam-
r.arents. Mr. and :Mrs: OMV Par-
:St. *(n Jicmv of Starkr
Road were
Jackson- New
to Port
had to take her to the doctor last any of you Maxville ladiesare Richey Sunday to
visit their son-in-law and daughter ily.Mrs. I :s1. after church S'ind.ty nftrht.n quests of MrT. ? by Allen. I : t: IK I"Tt'Tlu"Tn
Saturday morning. We surely dovish interested the Baldwin Home ville.Mr. Guy Harrell and rlu htrr I
hnnT of hT inclAllen: Mr. i and Mrs Guy Parrish and nrriTiotMI-
her a speedy recovery. Demonstration Club will meet and Mrs. D. B. Gnffis and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams .
Ramona I '. .
in Jacksonville this X..I. '
.Vhitehead: who has rrturr: to is h..ro'hy !cm n i Hned.
Mrs. Hazel Griffis and daughter text Tuesday. March 10 at the daughter Karen drove to Avon and sons. The Williamses had week. Ramona will undergo "" : ; ; and Bobby Jojv '1nff"n.j" under the i p.i \ ,iv
n $
-I| rr States after :crvins fo'," rears Parri ere weekend gnu's:!'; of i .f Chapter :II.O.-, !. Lawsf K
Park last just moved Friday last week !!
Geraldme, J. D. Padgett and first Baptist Church. We'd be Thursday lor a visit on ics of test at the hospital! fhtre. ..
In Japan: Twenfive caestr'r'rrnr : Mrs. J. P.. Parrish of Pal. tka. \ ts of tn.ill rvRtstrr! W-)
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mosley and flad to have you meet with us. with Mrs. Griffis' brother and from their former home in Tam- We are sorry to hear that ;lr. cscnf rni fter r.'m <: f""f' h Mr. and Mrs Herbert Parrish.I t*%rk lOr 1t', t fir.in four n >
Sharon Mosley of Highland all I James and Richard Norman of ijster-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John pa. The Homes were dinner f..r nrajf'.r.) r ni'-t: %. Ktor.it.it
end Mrs. N. J. Davis have bern '
: -f-n"\bpIT.-s' .
: sere served 07 Vir- Mr. and Mrs Floyd Parrfch and!iI.i.- of >roof "f
| pulir.t i it'it "
visited Saturday night with Mr. Highland Linda Waters Bernice Giddens and family and returned quests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J. iJl and hope they are both fine SinJt.Gait. < r.ofic1. the fi.titili..us n.niP. : .'
+'tchter. Mr.
find Mrs. Harry Padgett and fam- home on Friday. They E. Williams in Tampa.Mr. : and Mrs. J. T. Par- .'
and Martha Harris and Pat broughtMrs. at this writing ston-Florist under \\hi. h I min
; Mrrtfn: rf R'T-k"! T" 'I.r Griffis' n;:-ae4d hnslnes at H1! S
ily. mother Mrs. Belle Mrs. E. L.
Owens visited Sunday with Floyd and Birt and son
Mrs. Lavada Wyse and son B .
Tpfkrrd west of Betty Jean Allen -- ted Mrs. J. R. Parrtsh of Pa- ih"m!>" .n St.. tarKr. Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey visited Mmeaterea at the Naval Air Sta- Giddens home with them for a visited Sunday in St. Petersburgwith .
B., and C. D. Dowling of Jacksonville : -i rnd Rcsali! Robinson: alto of l.1th Sunday. Onn1a T. P Tton. flout 1. rx
tion hospital in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birt and 4.: t"rJ.f' f'aI.. w.Ir rip n. r
visit.Mr. were Sunday guests of Star-
and Mrs. rr.1 e. way the rridav night:; I Afr end Mrs W. H. Eddie off i liat-d; !this ::f fh did ofT t-.hrQc '
Clarence Knight was a guestof Sammy Midyette family. ..nd Mrs. N. J. Davis. I ei' ""* rf Bettv.M "TaTdo "- rp Tuesday guests of the > I'.N. at SI irk- r."H. "
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris and children and David Midyette Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Misner were f'.r.t.. KI-T'tl.i
:Mr. and Mrs. W A. Davis and : --. and Mrs. Carl: Martin end r. J Davis family.y..t4't:11 .
enjoyed the I :: "n
and family Friday night. races at Daytona Jacksonville visitors on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginboth- Beach last weekend.We Intermediates of Hampton Bap- :JtWii! -- .
.. .. .
.. ...,... .. -: ., ,
tist Union held "ram-' -- --- -- --- ....---.. -
a.n gave their daughter. June a are glad that little Jimmy Training a ,
birthday supper last Thursday Midyette is able to be up and cutagain ed-in" weiner roast at the church

night Feb. Enjoying this occasion after being ill with the Saturday evening. Feb. 28. Aftera fdr3ngh'
with June and her parentswere measles. devotional period and the hot- ffRe'ireBY@Uy.05dftM i flB'ess" t I

Q Jewel North. Patty Pamsh. Mrs. Clara Cone of Jacksonville cog supper, games were played. t
Shirley Higginbotham and Mr i visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris Mrs. W. M. Slade entered Ala- -

and Mrs. Ben Higgmbotham and Sunday enroute home from a visit chua General Hospital in Gaines- .

family. with her sister in Brooker Sun- ille on Tuesday last week for an

Mr and Mrs. Doss Hi ginbotham day.Mr. eye operation.Mr. f7 I I

had as their guests for dinner and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and and Mrs. M. F. Lee and U- '

Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George children and Mrs. Hattie Nolan Mrs. Donald Wilder and son of I

Johnson and family and Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Titusville were weekend guests at (9 IAKOLW& I I.r.

Mrs. Franklin Higginbotham and ions and Mr and Mrs. Buddy the W. A. Saxons.

family of Jacksonville Bradshaw of Jacksonville enjoyeda Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson ..
i C B. Carter and Billy Ausitn birthday dinner honoring Bob spent from Thursday to Sundayat .

of Clay Hill visited with Mr. and Nolan at the home of Mr. and their cottage in Cedar Key. ? ; i sSrS 0ar

\\ \ i Mrs. Harry Padgett and family Mrs. Nolan in Seville. Sunday. Mr. Visiting Thursday with Mr. and Ii II
Sunday: afternoon.We and Mrs. Nolan were also cele- :Mrs. John Parker were Mr. and 7

\ are all glad to hear that brating their 23rd wedding anni- Mrs. H. D. Parker and Mr. and

T m going to hook it to the back':'?: Bud Waters is able to be at home versary. Mrs. W. F. Brooks, Jr. of Flint,

k of my tr"i1err' from Baptist Hospital where he We are sory to learn that Clifton Tlich. who have been vacationing I J : k% S

underwent surgery on his feet Caldwell isn't feeling so well in Florida. Also at the Park-I, MW&

USE and is getting! alcns! nicely. However after a recent operation and do ers for dinner Thursday were Mr. ,

he has both feet in casts and wish him a speedy recovery. I and Mrs. Ablert Morris of Gainesville ,4: p

J&J'sMODERNIZATION will be unable to walk for sometime The Maxville PTA will hold its and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. I rrri<.

I His mother. Mrs. Dorothy regular business meeting on Wed- Parker of Hampton. OL-
Waters Linda. John and Bubble nesday. March 11th at 2:15 p. m. Tommy Chastain, son of Mr. orl
PLAN Waters and Bonnie Padgett visited A nominating committee will be and Mrs. Carlton Chastain of

him last Friday night. selected. All members are urgedto Starke and former Hampton residents -
Easy FinancingNO
Rev. Curtis Harris of Belmore attend. was able to return home Y

DOWN PAYMENT 'I preached Sunday morning at the The Baldwin PTA will sponsora Saturday from St. Vincent's Hospital -
morning worship services at the fried chicken supper on Satur- in Jacksonville where he
".II.\. Title I Loans. or Maxville Baptist Church. day night. March 7 at the school I had been receiving treatment.Mr. .

ABC I'U Loan Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhauscn tafetena. After the supper everyone and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen
301 ]E. Call St. _- Starke, Fl.i.J&J I and sen. Gary were Guests of Mr. can enJoy the basketball tour- I 2nd family drove to Jacksonville

and Mrs. J. D. Padgett; and son nament. They win start serving Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bob

Sunday.Mr. at 5 p. nt_ and serve until 8 p. m. I I Faile.

and Mrs. H A. Sweat and Tickets will be $1 for adults and $ Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr. and chil-

:Mr and Mrs. Riley Rhoden and :30; cents for children. "dren of Camp Blanding spent

children of Macclenny had Sat- I Thursday here with Mrs. Mark-

BUILDING SUPPLIES urday night: supper with Mr and YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester ice Norman and children.Mr. .

UAIITY 8 SERVICE Mis. E. D. Higginbotham and sons brook purse-size fountain pens In and Mrs. W. P. McElroyand

E. D. and Riley enjoyed rabbit pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford i iI children spent Friday and
hunting afterwards. Seems to be County Telejrraph. I I Saturday in New Port Richey AapL 4-4 A/,4 'br, .. .9 'f.;

I visiting her parents, Mr. and

Mrs. James J. Smith, and with

her brother-in-law and sister,

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Lynn of

Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben

The nearest mailbox Is your Norton and daughters of Tarpon

Springs.C. .
shortestroute W. Slade of Ft. Eustis, Va. +Xy't a yy

spent the weekend here with his

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
1. to Slade last week.

While in Miami visiting her

our bank: I, sun and daughter-m-law. Mr. and
:Mrs. Gordon Weest and family.

I Mrs. T. F. Brown of Hampton at-
<17\+ 1 tended a bridal shower for her

granddaughter, Betty Weest, whois

to be married in April. ,\
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson '- w 'Ji

prove to Heilbronn Springs Sun-
'I day. Mrs. Watterson and Mrs. C.
't1 L. Cooper and Mrs. Reese of .t
i btarke were Palatka visitors Mon-

//1' i t, a ',;eta, xi I II day.

t: :1 ni-I"TFn FirriTIOt S XMB
,. .., ; .,. Notice i ill hereby given that the
<" \ .:.: :r 'J- ""I undersigned Chapter 20.933 under: Laws the of provisionsof Florida. TIME TO RENEW YOUR REST WITH THE.
Acts of 1941. will register with the .
\ ..A. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
: for Bradford County. Florida, upon
Yt'" -: t wwwMr receipt of proof of publication of BEST OF THEM ALL
.: !i.: this notice the fictitious name of .
: I> / : Turnpike Motel, under which I am
am engaged in business on U. S.
k'i' g' 1b I Highway 301 South, Bradford Coun-
r : .1 ty: Florida.
>k I 1 ., John fchwrnmell pole owner. 210
"< t q :" North Cherry St. StarKe. Florida.
; Dated this 24th of February A.D.
US 1959! ;; at Starke, Bradford County.
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St. Mark's' Episcopal ', First Christian Church ,R. L. Morgan was their niece.;)) Miss Manly Cox and her :|U. S. Nary. I May god bless you and yours as
Miss Dehene Morgan of Jackson- brother Pearson were home with :I Mr. and Mrs. Grady Varnes of ;, only He and He alone can do, bye
IU.v. Kajnir/nrf c.!: MarBlaln I Morning: worship 11 a.m. i ville.Visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.I I Jacksonville visited Sunday withj I i nsw.i .
Sunday Services :}:45 a.m. Rev.\ J. E. Sherwood: pastor i Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cox for the weekend. Both are f.r. and Mrs Varnes' grandpar-

CHURCH NEWS :'Church School; 11:00 a.m.. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. I Jchns Sunday were their children. students::! at the University in nts. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosier! .
ing Prayer and Sermon. Youth Church 7 p.m. I Mr. and ilrs. Clifford Johns and Gainesville.Mrs. >..nd his cousin and family. Mr.I I

Holy Communion.First Sunday Wednesday Prayer Meeting: family. Mr. and IDs Morris Johns R. L. Mcrgan is spending:and Mrs. J. W. Lee.

j I 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday. 7-30 p.m. I and family and Mrs. Lois Henson a few days this week in St. \' Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.;I ;0--0.
i i
I 1-ZQ a.m. Adult Choir practice 6:45: p.m.l and son all cf Jacksonville. Petersburg. ,;R. L. Reddish and their son,'
Wednesday-7:00 p.m.. Choir Wednesday. j Monday of this week Mrs. Tate Arthur Green. son of Mr. and I'Keith were Miss Sandra Car-
Methodist Church g Presbyterian Church II Practice; .:45 p.m.. Litany and Ladies Council, 1st and 3rd ;I Crosby was visited by her brother I)I Mrs. W. H. Green, left Sunday to' michael. Miss Clara Sue Peeples V le 66&

II I Bible Study. Tuesday nights. i I :and sister-in-law. Rev. and Mrs.. report to his base in Norfolk.! Va. : and their young friends all of t
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.l> Sunday Services. March 8 Everybody welcome to each I C.A.. Crosby of Penney Farms. 'There he is stationed with the Jacksonville. ,
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Nursery Sunday School. 9 a. m. Morning i j CHURCH OF CHRISTC. '!Ervice.: J i
and Junior Choir provided. i .Vcrship, 11 a. m. Youth Fellows !' L. Overriirf Jr.. Minister -

Services broadcast from 11:30: until I ,ip, 6 p. m. Sunday Sunday School 10a. EVERGREEN i't 'n;, It I 1 1THE

: noon. MYF, 6 p. m. Evening' Choir Practice 8 p. m. Friday. m., morning service 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH I t
Worship 7:30.Tuesday. I March 6. I evening service, 6:30 Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching i ;
9:30 a. m. Prayer Ii The Starke Social Club will ,:, Wednesday Bible study 7:30p. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30( j I THE CHURCH FOR AIL All FOR THE CHURCH i

Group sponsored by W5CS. I meet in the church hall en the m. :p. m. Preaching 7:3ff p. m. Prayer j I JI
first and third Tuesdays at 7:30 Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. \i,
Hour the t
Wednesday, Story for I I It
children: 3:30: p. m. Prayer Meet- I. m.At HIWAY CHAl'f.L ... ... t II I ,
""""""" """" """m.n ,: i

Choir ing and rehearsal Bible Study, 8 p., 7:15.m: Chancel I The Tabernacle I Sunday ASSEMBLY. M.School Osborne OF, 10,GODG. a.Pastor m. Morn EVERGREEN ,! I I lJ!! I [ijJ 9 E-l: :

I The rainy weekend curtailed I ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic I,

Madison Street attendance at the Taber- : Service 7:45 p. m. Thursday 1 By Stanley Crawford J .- s\\\ J JI '
; I
!iua-le services but not the spin it weekly prayer service.' Invitation II
I of those attending and communion ', extended to everyone. 1 j '.&A&.................., II

Baptist Church was observed at the close of ,, I Arthur Green of. Norfolk. Va. IIf f s:
I \
((900 Block W. Madison St.) [I ;he morning worship hour. AIR PAIJK BAPTIST CHURCH i pent::: the weekend with his parI! I, + 4 ,
i Baptismal services have been Sunday; School 9:45: a. n.; Morn- [ ei.ts. Mr. and Mrs. W .H. Green. i
Services Each Lord's Day I held for the past two Sundays in ing Worship 11 a. m. Training I,
i I Mr and Mrs. Cecil Crawford i
I the Tabernacle pool when Rcv J.j Union 6-45: p. m. Evening Wore I I r ; a
Sunday School 9U1.: !' I visited i relatives in Tampa last
'E Sherwcod of the First Chn4- ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. |11'n Church baptized seven mem- i] Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. i I..pekend. i' 1
1 I II 1
: : Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins
; ,
Training: Union 6:15: KM.Evening I hers of his congre',atio:1. Everyone welcome. i
I I visited i the Charlie Redding fam-
Woshrip 7:30 P.M. | FAITH BAPTIST CliL1'.cI1 I ily of Raifcrd. Saturday night.A. I I

PKAYKK: MEETING: I 1 Lawteyj I I GKAIIAMBAPTIST I J. Crawford and children I .

Wednesday 7:30 P.M.Nursery j A. F. Masspv. Pastor CHURCH: I and R. N. Crawford were in St. 1,1 .a
was4 sy i t
Open Ir All Services j Bible school, 10 a m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.Morn- George Ga. Sunday afternoon ', a r

j Preaching 11 a. m. irj: Worship, 11 a. m. Training \visiting relatives.A 1'1
Cordial Welcome Extended
Evening Service. :30 p m. Union, 6:30 p. rev ening Wor large number from Evergreen II r
To All Who Will Worship With J i Bible Study and Prayer Meet i ship, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bry- I attended Homecomms at Heil- '

Us. 7:30 Wednesday. I ant j I I
ng pm. I pastor. I ibrcnn, Baptist Church, Sunday. ,,"'"
Radio program, 8 to 8:30 a. : r
J. H. Jr. Pastor I Nathan Starling is home from'
Mabry I
a. each Sunday over station KI GSLT.Y LAF.E '
a Tennessee hospital. J. E. Nor- rk:
nan visited him, Sunday after- ,
-- -- --- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- I
'joon, and held prayer for him. I
tag ,!$:TShfp 11 a.m. Evening The WMS will met at the I
FIRST BAPTISTChurch -- Starke Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeiiapeach 'church Thursday at 7:30 p. m. \ I I Y1E: i :

Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone I We encourage everyone to turn "

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor welcome.. -Key. r H. H. Mottoastor. their news in not later than Sunday 'I I !II. f

night of each week.HEILBRONN'. I Irvvvvvvvvv
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town II I ,

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I ,y""""""""""". I
Phones: Office WO 4.6801 Pastorium WO 9.2301 Prenullenmal Fundamental I
Missionary. Seven miles south of II I
Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- ALL FOR THE CHURCH

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M.: ham, pastor. I i I Tire ( hUff!, n ifir grraTr*.! (actor on
Sunday School, 1.0.8. m., Worship By Mrs: Harvey McCarthyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I i fOUl,!. for ihr building of character! and

Midweek\ Sen-ice Wednesday 7:30 P.M. 11 a. m. Training Union, 7 i good oti/riuhip. II is a storrhontr of WHO ARE THEY ?
p. m., Evening Worship 8 p. m. spiritual salves! \\ilhout a strong Church
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Wednesday Prayer meeting I I Howdy, all you wonderful people nnrfwr drmocracy ..or .,.,huhoD canJurn

7:30 p. m.Everyone. I t and a'ery pleasant day to r. 11Mart' four sound reasons
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH who rwry pcnon should allmd jrnicu these children!
welcome. j jou and you, and especially you. are
I regularly and tupporl the Chur Were you at Heilbronn Church I .
II .
are (1)I For hn owe ulr. ((2)) For hi* know their names. The counhIJ..n' ..
for Probably, you'll never
St. Edward's Catholic Church the Homecoming sen-ices the vile! of !hicnmmuni'jr
sate.! (3)) For encircle the lobe. They
i : tries from which they come
Starke Florida Sunday? If you didn't attend you and oatioa. (4) For the vile
The before
perfect tribute to 1 speak many languages. But each night they
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. missed a spiritual feast that no III oi the Church lull hich need. his go to bed, they all say their prayers.
a cherished memory i1 Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & words are capable of describing.The moral and malrnal, Hipporl Plan to joto
1 5:30: p. m.Weekday. weather was bad but that I chnnh} regularly and read pour Bible Prayer is the greatest common denominator. You

Every funeral that we conduct Mass at 8:00: a. m. didn't stop the fine folks. No sir 'I dad!y. can go to church in Japan or Chicago and, regardlessof
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 our feet were wet and muddy but II' the language being spoken, you will find that you
is a source of sustaining p. m. our hearts were filled with joy. I i DrSsind Boot Chapter Verses feel equally in communion with God.

solace and spiritual inspiration 1 a Baptisms, marriages and instructions The delicious foods brought satisfaction III .7 Mark 6 1J-IS rua11iar
to the family. j f by appointment. i to the physical hungerand III ; Tuesday Juha Arts 17 12 i-1-17:& On World. Pay of Prayer, join your friends and .
Let with'I'
the singing rendered contentment Vlrdnrsdav James S 15-1* neighbors in your prayers mingle
Hundreds of details Thursday Arts ; 1-8 those! cf other people in churches everywhere. Re- :
and economically 6U
are managed
of all piesent. 'I' rndirSaturday luleDeuteronomy I-U ncmbir that throughout the centuries, prayer has
attended to that only a trained and careful BAPTIST CHUKCII May we take this time to I I il\) 11-14 proven itself the greatest of forces. Let it do so again!

organization can perform when the urgent need Sunday School 9:45: a. m thank each visitor for his press !. I / -..... I
for serving is at hand.DeWITT Morning Worship 11 a. m. and nce and to extend our deep ap- 1
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each pieciation to all who participatedin I y = CnpvnthtBW, Krntrr Adr Srrtice, Stra<-bur Vt.

C. JONES Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. the excellent singing and the I| II' j .:,-- / 1

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE George Chism pastor. Everybody piano playing. Rev. Otis T. Jones .. -- _.." ,.,, .., .._ ". -. - .<
'h'lj'C.lt. .
welcome. aster and Heilbronn Church ..:: "" .--R.. -._ -- -
PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610 I members welcome each of you ___________ Sayi .
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT LAUTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST and everybody everywhere to worship ,I

life insurance policy in force, (issued by ANY company, as (presently meeting in City Hall !': with us whenever you have :
payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., the opportunity. i I These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

carries! no obligation. worship' 11 a. m.EveningYou Mrs. R. L Morgan announced ,
I g people's Bible I there will be a WMU meeting at I I
study, 7; preaching, 7:30. the Church tonight Thursday. at I i '
Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 i JOHN A. TORODE I
7:30: p. m., for program and busi- GASOLINE GREASE
COMPLETE TREE SERVICE p. m. ness. The program will be based'
Radio programStation rn the Week of Prayer for Home I FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEHOSENEI..UBRICATION
5VRGR, Mcuday, 6:30 a. m. Missions. Please come and bring

o;. Pruning Cavity Work -\RY .mone with you. I j MINERAL
Hope all of you were able to '
Bracing Tree Removal CHURCH nttend the Elementary PTA meet- OILS i'i SPIRITS
Sunday Schoor, id a. m. MornIng
ing Tuesday evening of this weekin
De-Mossing: TransplantingFree Worship, 11 a. m. Evening the Elementary Cafeteria. '
,y Worship 7:30 p. m. Training FIRESTONE INSECTICIDES
Watch this column next week fora TIRES'r'
Inspection and Estimates Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid. 'r'w.ow
report about same.
Week Prayer Meeting Wednes-
Mrs. E. L. Cox reports that the
4-H Club Rally held last Satur-

SAPP'S$ TREE SURGEONS LATTER OF DAY JESUS SAINTS CHRIST day big success.in the USO building was a I Madison\ and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9.2011 Starke, Fla.

Plan now to attend the big !
Services each Sunday in
PETE SAPP, OwnerP. Bradford County Science Fair being -
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun i iI
held in the USO buildjfng. This
11'a. Sacrament
0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4SS7 Palatka Fla. day School m.
event started yesterday and will
AGENTS Service come. 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel I 5.0 thiough tomorrow, three big I W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO HARRY C. ELROD, JR. I i ij

I days for you to view science projects -
Phone FR 6-2661 Phone :MA 9.3617 NORTH SIDE I and collections from Hampton : j I Mayor of Starke Associate Store Furniture Real Estate

Gainesville Fla. Ocala, Fla. I BAPTIST CHURCH i Lawtey. Brooker. Starke Ele- I ,

Phone 1631-; Lake City, Fla. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning I mentary and Bradford High I'I'I

Worship, 11 a. m. Training I Schools. j I -
Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening Worship These children are very proud : GEMJEWELRY
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting of their science projects and we. i I Denmark Furniture Co. Sam Rosenberg & Son
the too. Our eldest t tI
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone parents are

welcome Rev. H. R. Carter, :I. son Richafd, a student of Mrs.Brid'es' ['II' Of Starke New and Used Furniture
WRGR RADIONEWS Pastor. Fourth.Grade has entered WOODBURN
1'1 N. I...
I his science exhibit so I don't I
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN hare to tell you who I hope will :j
: CHURCH win. Take time out to see what )! tl tli

Sunday Bible School, 10 a. our Bradford County children are i
\ I, n.; Morning Worship, il a. m.; i doing in the science field. I EDWARDS'Grocery J & J FARM, HOME
Tho e on the sick list include
i Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer -
24 Times A Day ( meetng every Tuesday at 7:30: : Mrs. Milton Rosier who is still I and Market Building Supplies, Inc. And Auto SupplyBROWNLEE
ill at 'lcmt>. and. the following
j jp. m. John White, pastor. I I
HOUR AND HALF HOUR II I children have had the measles or I
NEW; RIVERBAPTIST. tick with them now. They are the
I CHURCH children of Mr. and Mrs. Roy I

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor demons the children of Mr. and I
I I Community State HARDY BROTHERS
ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Servo Mrs. Junior demons and little!, '

I..e. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eau Sharon Thornton, daughter of I
7:30 p.m.PENTECOSTAL Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton. t Company
I Let us remember our sick ones t I
HOLINESS end others in the community who!I
MUSICMore CHURCH are in sickness and pain. I I I t
Sunday School. 10 a. m.; Morn May we advise all the friends

Top Music Than Any Other ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic of our beloved Mrs. Lou Norman,'' II I LAWSON'SGrocery WARREN'S SM I T T Y' S '
services. 7:30 p. m. who. has been ill for some time, '1 1I

Mutual Broadcasting System Wednesday Prayer Meeting that she was able to enjoy I and Market Shell Station Barber Shop
!'7:30 p. m. coming services Home-I I .

Major League Game of the Starts Norman was presented a lovely
Day I CHURCH OF GOD orchid corsasre for being Hefl-I
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning bronn's only living charter mem-

APRIL 4THMighty Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday ber.: May the good Lord forever : TERWILLEGARMOTORS
Evening Sen-ice. 7:45 p. m. YPE bless you. Mrs. Norman. I i GIB BROWN'SService GUY ANDREWS

Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. : !

1490 I Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m.LAwrrY Freeman Crosby were Mr. and :, I Station Real, Estate i

.. Mrs. Walker and daughter and I Your Authorized .Ford: Dealer_. I
School, 10 a. m. Morn ---
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carmichael \.
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service all of Jacksonville. I- ,_ I I.

Saturday, 7:50: p. a. Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. .




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: t i.: improving after a tlvcat in-
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-;. I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry HolLs rrd
Mrs. Johnny CowartAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl AND NEW RIVER ctoushter of Lake Butler were

,$ e visitors of Elbert and Betty Net
Mrs r.. F. :Merrittuaa.aa.aaaaauaaaaaaaa tics. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
f We were glad to have Harold
I :: Krlcn Black and P3t-
Alvarez back leading the singing 4S
in church services last Sunday < # Johns have a fine looking garden
I' There is going to be a fish fry !
..;.* aft'r several weeks of illness. wal nt Long Bridge;: Church Saturday i! back Moody's:: store. They havea

Don't forget Choir Practice night. Mar. 7.: at 6 p. m. Fish will | variety of crops planted.

Tuesday night at 7:30: and Prayer !h 3? fried until everyone is served. George Anderson is now work-
Meeting each
Wednesday now The change of 50 cents '
a plate ing at Jacksonville Beach.
studying 1st John on the subject : Mill to the church.
IE '- go I'
of Love. ; The rain has just about wash-
We are sorry to hear that Mrs.
The Associational Sing ri'l bi ; f 4t "Viable Fo syth has been in a Lake : ed us all downstream so there

held at Jacksonville Kei;;h, Baptist Butler hospital. She is now im- has not been much news.

: Church on Sunday. Ma-cL p, rovin". See you at the fish fry Satur-
starting at 2:30
: p. m. Airi -
Mr. and Mrs. John Duke's son 'day nizht.r .
member the Rally Date for /.pn:
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Revivals March 9. .rev 1 f --- -., '. ..: -
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:: .tes to remember: I "' .

Mfcirii 18, Vacation BibleSchn > f Rsa :.r ,. -.--.-- .s. --: ..-_-. .- .. ..
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?.' rch 19. Sunday School meet- "Y'La... J,." ..-, 1"1"" r / ;:. >-i
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inr: ''t 7:30 p. m. Orange StreetBar' ] NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ,,....,.,''" <" fiN" .;. ..-=- ? No '
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i- Church Baldwin. .i

R eila": !Sunday services: Sun- ,i, CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy ....2 :4..: 'lL .+ --.

day.School lOa. m. All teachers: .1' "- :1J .4

and pastors come for prayer 10 I Ozora J. Shell .L ; i i ; Continuous -

minutes! '-irly. Preaching at 11 by i .. ...........AAA 111 ''II'" ... ', 1 l Snap-A-Port Forms i
...' s
the pas R-v. H. R. Carter. :"< r -
I HOMECOMING EVENTS to purchase prizes for the win- li.ii'.B 1N Forms 1
Prayer f'ice at 7:30 p. m. _
The r ;nncs) Class, under the ARE BIG SUCCESSThe I rers in the annual May Day con- .. --...',. .': l :...N.1". t tI
lirst annual est and Spelling Bee. This """ <. ... ,
leader;! o: Gladys Carter will' large-scale I affairis -: 1t '." "... I
be tlv its cf Bio. Cowart and j Homecoming for RJE High Schoolwas sponsored annually by the PTAof ,.JI >. i tN ,
Bro. Ca: 'r Sunday; morning in i iSindi. staged Tuesday, Feb. 24, with the Thurston School. Mrs. Lou- > .- .. : ...... ='- t. ".. .P-. 4 vl4t

./ S hcol and preaching service -| the main event of the day beinga 'I I Ira Brown is the efficient president "' ,.__.to,..,',<.'. ....... .. .1.", -.'"""=. -. =....,..:. Z> t I

With! special singing. Alii| spectacular parade through'''I:: Mrs. S. C. Price Principal ... ". ... .

mothers and fathers have a special i Starke featuring the Lincoln High I Mrs. D. B. Jackson, teacher Mrs. ". ', .il } Register -
invitation. School Band from Gainesville and I i Albert reporter.

We thsnk' our friends of the I various local floats. Sonja WIl- :; Call Meeting RJE Forms ,
ScenesPresident .
Heilbronn Baptist Church for the I liams was selected as Miss RJE to There will be a very importantcall .. Homecoming SeP4y'0 SolesbouksS
wonderful fellowship around the ride in the parade, and other meeting of American Legian I ,
dinner table and the song service'' floats were entered by RJE Ele- Auxiliary members of Post 314 Givens is asking all wonderful l\Ium-1 "' ', :
resolutions. Mrs. '
in the afternorn at their Homecoming 'I mentary, Carnation Social Sav- I en Friday night at the usual members and community friendsto ford n;!: t
represented Green Cove:' ;;;.": = /e '..f.Mgtllgeieel .
Club, the the -
last Sunday. ings Queens meeting place Room 9 RJE. attend. We want to discuss the .Springs. 0 lt
boys' workshop I with a huge I President L. M. Royal is askingall organization of a "Cheer Band" I i l. l'/
Evening wcrship was held at ,.J
I rocket] Boy Scout Troop 71, A- loyal members to please attend for our sick and shut-in. Rememoer 7 f { .. -"', iI .
p. m. Pastor Robinson is .
asking ,
THE I merican Legion Auxiliary and since the meeting was postponed first "B' 0 .-. J .'.o"! .
your duty
as a misionaryis all members to cooperate with .,.1
others. due to the funeral of the to help the sick I i '.
physically as captains so that the rally will :
go r"' Jt
misTiA I The basketball season came toa J sister of member Mary Lee Fra- meeting each Tuesday at 5 p. m. over one hundred percent on the t! = .. '- ; '" *
:iIt" ,
close on Homecoming Day with ; zier.: Mrs. Pauline Marshall, president Evening service each Sunday at Third Sunday. He is asking ;you to .3 fE '
SCIENCE the girls winning their with | of the Fourth Division is inviting 6 Tags : < 1 .
game p. m. Visitors; are always..wel- ;ail not. Ranell English, reporter t Manifold : J :
D&B School, St. Augustine and all the members of 314 who come. E. J. Givens. i .
reporter. Antioch ;
: Baptist Church d gtw i Bocks :.., : .
the boys losing their game with can go with her to Dunnellon on tbenezcr Baptist Church r i Guest :: ..
Antioch; Baptist Church Rev. :1-
the same school. Both teams Sunday morning at 8 a. m. to set Ebenezer l J <:becks'
x Baptist .1
Church Rev. George W. Lee. pastor did not
i i I played! in the tournament at Dou- j up a new unit in the division. E. D.
pastor held
regular hold services on Sunday due to
glas-Anderson High School in This will increase the number of : J.
I Services on Sunday starting the funeral and bad roads to the Your Order ..
i units to which Let Us Bid on Next
j Jacksonville last weekend and seven we hope will 4
I with Sunday School, Supt. HenryBryant church. "ell as spiritually Junior Church
the girls won the trophy for the | mean lucky numerical strength I
Good Reading I in charge. The Antioch Choir held the ] birthday party will be held on .
Best Sportsmanship Conduct. jfcr "God and Country. The j :j
The funeral for Sister Bertha February birthday party at the Bradford County Telegraph
meeting will begin promptly at j Wednesday. March 25 observingthe .
for the.Whole the
During Homecoming
pro- Reason was held at 2:30 p. m. Jenkins Elementary School last ,
7-30 o'clock please be present and birthdays cf all members born
gram held in the auditorium at with ReRobinson, presiding.
i iI Wednesday night. Persons having 1
Family 7 p. m. under the direction of F. I en time. Gwendolyn Marshall, re- Music was furnished by the choir. birthdays and receiving gifts were in March. Sister Arata Williams, Phone WO 4.3101Starke: Fla.

S. Pierce. with music by Enoch porting. Sis. Rose Williams president in Sister Jerelene Dommon, Maltie i reporter.
News Allen, a toast was given to Miss I MeetingThe charge vocal solo. Sister A. E. Covington and Willie Brown. The I

S RJE from countries around the Constitution Committee of Vinson; main eulogy Rev. W. J. refreshment committee. chairman!
world. Each class took the Florida State Teachers Association -
part by Strong former pastor the de- Sister Emma Williams served MORE HOME
Facts leprescntin a different country. I will meet in Tampa onatUIday. ceased. Resolution from the I southern fried chicken chocolatecake
Thurston ElementaryThe Mar. 7 at the Middleton church was given by Sister Bertis and soft drinks ,
general public is invited to Senior High School, G. V. Stew- Robinson. Deaconess Board and
Features Many lovely gifts were receivedby
Family I
attend an evening of fun and entertainment j art. chairman. Supervisor Shell is Green Cove Springs also read each honoree. The next choir FOR YOUR MONEYWith
at the school in Lidc ;: the local member of the I
Th Christian Science Monitor I City, Saturday afternoon and i tee and is expected to commit-I I

One Norway St.. Boston 1 15, Mass. I I evening. The activities will begin j::! Finer \Voomanhood Week i Ritch's; ; FruitS Gifts Starke Fla A Star Home -- Built on Your Lot Anywhere Within 100 Miles

Send your newspaper for the time at 5 p. m. en Saturday. 11ar.I I!t| Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter and of JacksonvillejsSBiiill
checked. Enclosed find my check or I 7 an* will extend through the;; Delta Sigma Chapter held annual
money order. 1 year $18 0 evening. There will be plently of observance of Finer Womanhood
3 months $4.;O 0
6 months $9 0 .
\ fun and frolic and good food Week for Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, ff-- .

which will include hot fish, hot !line, in Jacksonville an1

Name Coos, hot parched peanuts, hot yule respectively. Beta Gainf's-I
pop corn. cold drinks ice cream, Jacksonville Chapter 1V11O Ef4LE1 A y ,p

I Address (hilled fruit and plenty of seasoning -' 3t Wriqhtsville: Methodist Church.
on the side. The principal and Rev. Johnson minister while Delta -

City Zone State 1 II teacher :will be glad to have you Sigma: Zeta chapter of Gain-

PB-lt attend. The proceeds will be used j csville worshipped at Emmanuel

j Baptist Church. This is the 39th t I IO 4
I birthday of this crganization. Local -

when you needRELIABLE I members are Sorors Minnie -

Bell Wheeler, Maurice J. White I
and Ozora Shell. The organization -
represents scholarship sis T IAtCE THE{ SOUTHERN CROSSA home with plenty
terhood. Finer Womanhood. rt++aexosd of room at a price you can afford. This spacious

OES Dell Chapter w 1 1Sa r :-bedroom{ home offers exterior styling, seldom ONLY I

OF SLADE GAS The regular meeting for Dell a I = :: found at this price. It boasts an attractive exterior

I Chapter OES 168 will be held at hoard and batten and lifetime Western
U. S. 301 SOUTH STARKE, FLA. PH.: \VO 4-0375
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee w"' -. Cedar Shingles. Your choice of contrasting colors. $$59 90

TANKS FROM 1 GALLONS;) ; TO 1,000 OK UP i Street. Worthy Matron Janie S. Ornamental Concrete Products I We build it on your lot and you own it in less than '
Mitchell is much improved andis "WHOLESALE TO EVERYONE" per mo.
: PHONE WO 4-3551: : ..1 I : asking all members to please 11- I six years. SEE TilE SOUTHERN CROSS AND

attend as much important busi- r- OTHER STAR HOMES NOW at 638 North Edge-

: ness will be transacted. Worthy t--4 wood at Beaver.

Patron Damon Dell is expected to

rnd be present.Worthy The Patron Worthy are Matron both E SO MORE DESIGNS

deeply grateful to the loyal mem-

bers and friends for the hearty eo

responses condolences and expressions month
. during recent illness i .
and bereavement May God bless ( .

rll of you is cur prayer. Bertis \ I NO DOWN PAYMENT NO RED TAPE. = 7+. ;

Robinson, !
KJE PTA 4'1s Just bring your deed we do the re>t. WE -- -

I The regular meeting for the DO NOT KEEP YOUR DEED. THE :METEOR Our most popular 2-

PTA of RJE was held on Wednesday -
bedroom model. :Make your rent pay
night with President Levy YEARS. Financing includes all closing costs,
I ennon in' charge. Business of : y title insurance and 3 years fire insurance. off invest it in a home like this.
importance was transacted. Prin- r 'L_.. <.f'' r.
"<'F S CHOICE{ OF EXTEIUO '. Western Cedar
= cipal Thompkins extended greetings Yours in less than six years
1 G ..' :'' 1:i" __ Shingles I Novelty Siding, Board and Batten.
to the group and told of the : :: __
G't r ; expansion program for the school !fttii' ", "- V-Board Siding, Asbestos Shingles, or attractive Only $3Q-30 per month

classrooms. After collection of 1ft?! ; S PREFAB. Floor plans can be changedor

"What A Tornado! And What A Hoof From Starke I dues the meeting adjourned. M. It '' '. we can use your own plan.
B. Wheeler reporter. v f
Builder Supplies, Inc., Didn't Hurt It A Hit:' Church News -tke1TIRELESS S YOU SAVE S WITH :STAR HOMES. Completely -

1-\l1t'n Chapel AME: Church i finished on the outside floored and -

Dial WO 1-4201 or WO 4-4211 Chapel AME Church Rev. YDiiE I with all framing for inside walls in place j- I 1--

I L. A. Sampson, pastor will observe .. I (designed so that you can easily finish the -- -
regular trustee day starting with : interior and save 51,000 to $3.000.:
NO MONEY DOWN Sunday School at 10 m. Supt. :
a. -
Irene Thomas in charge. Mr. All-nylon cord Milemaster tires by Cities Serv- 0 STAR FEATURES: Full 8-foot ceilings. Extra =

I Thompkins. chairman of the ice last and last and last. I strong foundation 5 sills.! All sills and THE STARBURST A 3-bedroom

Repair trustee board, is asking all mem- joists creosoted. Double framing on doors and
I home for I less than $50, per month -
bers to make a 'report to their Tube or tubeless, new Milemaster tires are windows. :;

Add Rooms leaders so that a good report can pound for pound stronger than steel resist 2*' x 6" joint. and rafter., high-grade paint. Metal (Jives; you the largest possible living
--- Carport --- be made at the quarterly conference -

which will be held in Lake heat, blowouts, breaks...cushion your ride and f'3'\t"'t drip and 210-pound heavy asphalt shingles sidspace for for the smallest possible price. ,
\ extra roof life.' l -ptJuDd felt under all roof and
Bath Room Butler on March 11 and 12 with reduce squealing tool Yet they're priced amazingly '
ing fur extra insulation. month
Presiding Elder Jenkins in charge. Only $49.90 per
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX ]Missionary; meeting will be held l low for such quality SEE OUR MODEL HOMES!

TURES at the church Sundae at 5 p. m.
See w4 tto Week, Open Daily 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. - - - -,

Time To Re-roof NOTICEPlease Sundays 2 to 6 p.m. I STAR HOMES, Inc.

f \You: :;:;',. C;-", :a Better. Tire to Save: ; Your Life! 63S North Edgewood at Beaver I 638 North Edgewood (I1 'i>e Print) t .
he advised that Jackson I
n Or. if you live within 100 mile* of Jac-J.04011\illeo I Jacksonville. Florida

STARKE BUILDERS f ate'a&New Bishoo& Used ceased! Car to oper-busi- .SILCOX CITIES SERVICE CALL b" E' 7-5511 Tease Send FREE folder and description qc.LLIcr
i I
rtes effective ..xO15, 195 : : to:
and will not be 1 N'AME qr
l we responsible --
INC for any debts made !n above 703 Temple Avenue 1
_. _SUPPLIES I, name. STAR HOMES : ADDRESS ___ ---- : :

Starke EpmSOTB f d
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AT-S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE FLA. I -------------
By W. T. Jackson. 633 North TTdijewwMf: Jack'MHUHie- Florida. : I I


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MARCH 5. 1953;
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TTTTTrTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTlLAWTEY 1 the J. C. Tye family Sunday 1!Clair Griffis on Sunday.Mr. t lake and J. E. Mott of Brooker. I down against liquor. He left three Vork, have a license'and am ;;jt q
afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner had Mrs. Claudia Strickland ofGainesville mall sons. very happy.

\ and Mrs. Ersley Norman i, as Wednesday and Thursday'' was the Thursday In between other work I took Patrick Henry said: I have bu

rod family spent Sunday with ; guests Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Zack ( o\ernight guest of her sister Miss everything out of the dining room one lamp by which my feet ar
Joyce T. fitrhAAALAAA Mrs. Maggie Crews in Highland. ; cf Jacksonville and en Salurday'J Elizabeth Terry. I rod have it all painted now. Gave guided and that is the lamp 01
!111m. I Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Walter Crown of Plant City visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore and ceiling Uo coats of oil paint m experience. I know of no way or

D. G. Wilkerson were Mr. and i them. I! family were Sunday guests of Mr. I an off white. I gave the walls judging the future but by the

Mr. and Mrs Carl Prevatt hadas Mrs. V. D. Dickinson of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and j and Mrs. Billy Torode and son in $ a 8 l sPONCA. three coats. It is clean and nice.I past.HELPFUL
lamily-were Sunday guests of Mr. '! Gainesville.Mr. -I have sail cloth with colored : HINTS: Remember
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.J. ville.Misses :and Mrs. W. E. Pendarvis and and Mrs. Allan Carter and NEBR. figures to make cafe curtains for 'I,castor oil rubbed on a wart will
C. Prevail Jr. and family of : Lorraine Priest, June I I
family. daughter have moved to Starke Wherein the busy days of feel joy and His nearness: when I! the three windows. I will just 'kill it and it will soon disappear.
Vera Crews, Diann Van- i
Gcala. ; Brown I '
Pfc. Sumpter D. Harley of the and are making their home with February speed by. I paint the_ say a prayer. When one looks into make a valance at the top. I want Brush your hair. girls if you
Carolyn and Smith, j
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markham zanl Libby i Smith at the billions of stars a new braided rug then for the would have it shine. Brush your
Marine Division of NAS visited his Mrs. Carter's father Jesse walls and ceiling of the dining the sky i,
Karen Maxine and Elaine
and family of Gainesville visited Lee. mother Mrs. A. H. Harley and i I and brother, A. Q. j i I room. I help to lay away those; one begins to feel that somewhere I lloor. teeth up and down gently and not
Carol Jean
Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Starling, : Redding ) Robert cf Jacksonville i of those our Just made two dozen cake in the mouth and out. I have
Kathie Jones, Judy Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and Mrs. Meyers i who have passed on. i up on one planets I'
Sunday. j I'I attended the family during the weekend. I I who has spent a few days : Now I know the power of God''' loved ones who have passed from aoughnuts for Don. He likes them found a cold cream in the Avon
Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Margaret for breakfast. I like toast line that is excellent.
i with her mother here, returned extends this earth are waiting for us. better
''4-H Rally in Starke. All reported Mrs. Effie Boatwright, Misses I
Fred Moore were Rev.and. Mrs. to Jacksonville on Monday en- ; Throughout the universe and Waiting until Christ comes againto ro have my toast. I Custard PIE. 4 whole eggs beaten
wonderful I Vera Crews Merle Boatwright andD.
George Boyer and daughter Miss a day. !route to Savannah where she was sever ends. establish a heaven for us to Tomorrow the men are comingto I slightly. Half cup sugar, a little -
Jewel Boyer, and her friend Miss ,| Arthur L. Green of Norfolk, Va. E. Boatwright were in Glenn to see her doctor. i i i Now I Know my spirit is a part'I last through eternity. As I sit here lay the tile on the floor of the pinch of salt. Scald 3 cups ofsweet
St.: for a'isit
: Mary on Sunday
Watson of Plant CIty. ;spent the weekend with his par- ,, with Mrs Edna Manning.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews celebrated I I Of God's existence, and I know \i and work about and with loved basement. It will look clean and milk and pouring a little at
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips had ents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and : their thirty-third wedding' n.y heart I Ii friends who have passed on I can- be easy to keep clean. a time into the egg mixture. Line

ail of their family with them Bonnie. and Mrs. Sherman Bell cf j anniversary, Feb. 27. They have !| Is tuned to rhythms of divinity: : not help but believe that we shall I We have quite a bit of snow on a 9-inch pie pan with a good
during the weekend: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice and i Jacksonville and the Glenn Crews lived all of their married life except I i i For I can feel His blessing flow meet again somewhere. It is a the ground, but the suivis shining crust. I set it in theoven just a
Fate Redd and sons of Macon, family visited friends in Jackson- I' family of Starke were weekend 21 months at the State Farm, ,{ through me ''beautiful thought and eases the nice and it is a lovely day. minute to get the dough warm.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and ville. Sunday. : guests of Mr. and Mrs. Commo- in Lawley. They have six children ,i The very moment I become aware 'I' pain of death for us. When you read this it will be Pour in the eggs and milk and

sons of Callahan; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews and dore Crews and daughter.Mr. and eight grandchildren.Mrs. Last week we had three bodies. 1 1I March. It will not be long now sprinkle with nutmeg. Bake at

James Phillips and daughter oftarke. family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt Crews was the former Mamie i Of loveliness or speak to him .'All men. Two were old and one I until Spring. I have been working 450 degrees for 10 min., and 325
and Ola Mae Coleman and Mrs. Robert Carlton and i and family had as Tuesday over Bradley daughter of the late in prayer. I young man who took his own life. .I on applique quilt blocks, but : until the custard is set about 25
end: Danny who are living at family in Jacksonville. night guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest frank and Alice Bradley of Law- j -John D. Engle Jr. I[His wife was in the hospital with I will have to work this summer Imin.I .
home. Southerland and daughter of c-n them in order to quilt it in I We like custard pie in the
tey. 1 'a cele-
Guests of Mrs. Hattie Darley Yes when tuned to rhythms of new baby. He and
Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Lake Butler. I II January next springtime. This will not turn to
and Miss Sina Prescott during the I 1 Divinity one can feel joy in beau- I brated, which ended in the dread- year. I
Joyce and Ralph Futch attendedthe Miss Gwendolyn Tanner was I W a!a r.Y..YY n.......... his head Here is a thought by Charles water and will be solid and nice
He shot
ful I
weekend were Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson ;: ty of the flowers, beautiful scene- sight saw.
Bradford-Santa Fe basketball the weekend guest of her brother- Kingsley: to look at.
I Lynn Boch and Ralph Dar- iiy, soft sweet music, a picture cff with a 12 gauge shot gun. I
lame at Santa Fe High School on in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. I CLAY HILL i I another set "Thank God every morning that I was sorry to hear of Aunt
I ley of Jacksonville and Mrs. Virgil j painted by an artist. I can also That case can be
Tuesday. Mrs. Futch stopped en- ', Bill Zack in Jacksonville. I Ii I I| ;ou have something to do each Lillie Wilkinson's passing. She
Griffis and daughter of the
loute to see an old friend, Mrs. Farm. :i i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson I, hy Mr*. J. L trirJd"n" I treated by specialists this week. pleted on this day it will be com- I! day. whether you like it or not. vas a grand old lady. I was glad
Clara Stephens with whom she 'I Mrs. Kate Padgett and Miss Mary !i! LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi I We hope she has a speedy recov- pleted the next Saturday not I Being forced to work and forced fir the marriage of Fred and Le-
ttayed when she was teaching in |' Mrs. E. M. Futch and Floyd Wilkerson were in Jacksonville on I i i ''cry. Monday. to do your best will breed in you 11.1 One must carry on the best
Alachua several years ago. : spent the weekend in Jacksonvillewith Sunday for a visit with Mr. and i| Jim and Bessie Strickland were Our Sunday School at Highland Remember the Homecoming temperance self control diligence I possible here on this earth until
Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Massey had Mr. and Mrs. Dave Putney Mrs. James Padgett and son. railed to Jacksonville last week to was down on attendance again services at Highland March 29. end strength of will cheerfulness:; ve are called. I feel it is a good

as weekend guests their son Daniel and children Mrs. Stella Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawfordand Betty, Jim's oldest daughter who!: Sunday. We had only 54 present. C. E. Wilkinson is to preach the,I and contentment, and a hundred!I compliment to Daisy. She was a
his wife and their young son, Mrs. Sadie Maddocks, and Mrs. family of Lake Butler spent is sick. The last we heard she had I We wonder if the rain has them morning message E. C. Harveythe I, other virtues the idle will never j good wife. May God bless them
Daniel Jr. of Naples. John Alfcrd. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. improved slightly. all washed away until they can afternoon message. All come I know. i and give them happiness.I .
Mrs. Virgil Carr of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly hads Crawford.Mr. Jack Wilkinson informed us his not get to church? Forty-two of bring your dinner and let's all After reading the above words I those who read this I send

visited Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Pad- ? guests during the weekendMr. and Mrs. F. S. Campbell daughter-in-law underwent surgery | those present were 100 per cent enjoy the day's service. cne is glad there is work to do. :j best wishes a prayer for your

rett on Friday. Mrs. Ida Padgett and Mrs. H. C. Adams of and grandson. Eugene King were last week. We have not 1 members.j Well, we have been having so' When I first began to help Don [happiness, health, and success in
went home with her daughter fora <"Charleston S. C.. Mr. and Mrs.E i( Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'heard how she has recuperated. j Among the visitors Sunday at. much rain we had almost decidedve I with the dead, I was so afraid I j' the future.
visit. H. Meadows and son and Mr. Sydney Williamson and family in 1 i Virgie Griffis was able to be j church were Mr. and Mrs. Frank need a boat to get into our i and it was a dread and a fearful 1 i God bless you every one.
Mrs. Mary Reddish had as Sun- : and Mrs. J. A. Hazen of Jackson- :; Gainesville. back with us in Sunday School i Brewer and small daughter of garden, or anywhere in the yard. I| task. New after 13 years and LOVE
day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs.L. I Iville. They all visited Mrs. Margaret j: Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and daughter, I ilc si Sunday. She was unable to I Jacksonville, and Mrs. Dorothy Now it seems the rain has stopped !, hundreds of bodies. I like my I MOTHER LURA.
W. Baldwin. In the afternoon Kelly in Bradford County j Bennie of Crystal River visited bE with us the Sunday before due < Darwin and daughter of Boiling for awhile the sun is shining, i i
she. with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. An- Hospital. Mrs. Kelly is improving ,' Mrs. Leona Edwardson Saturday. to illness. Glad she could be back I Green, Ky. Mrs. Darwin is visit- wind blowing, and we are shivering -
ciers attended the sing at Heil- slowly.! ,' Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Eubanks ,, again. ing friends at Highland. Mr. again as the air is rather cool. i e How etdof those
Lronn Church. Others attending Guests of Mrs. Effie Miner dur- visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. : Nellie Wilkinson the teacher Brewer and our pastor George Wonder if we will ever be pleased 4,4 to
were Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett ing the weekend were Misses ;''E. N. Shiver and Mr. and Mrs. of the Adult Ladies Class was absent \ Chism. before either of them were ? blues"If
Mrs. Leona Edwards, and Rev. Mary Motes of Leesburg and W. N. Eubanks in Panama City ; Rev. Chism taught the | Christians were "rough necks" to-

.nd Mrs. Earl Moses. ':Gainesville, Marilyn Nagel of this weekend. :c'ass.[ There were only four of the :gether. Both going to the same meeting property insurance premiums
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seimer and Clermonl! Dan Jones of the University i( The Allen Hart family attends class members present. : places and doing the same mischief on an annual basil is giving
daughters Sunday evening of Florida and Mrs. Betty ied Bethal Church and dinner on Miss Dorothy Murch visit- WILLIAMS
were I j our j in fact they were pals in you budget trouble". our new
flipper! guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. Miner and sons of Jacksonville. i Sunday. ;'Ing; nurse, was in the Clay Hill ;i everything, Mr. Chism says. Now I < monthly payment plan is for you.
J. Anders: and attended services Friends of Mrs. George Roberts 1 Mrs. Bryant Reddish; spent from I section again last week and stop- 1; Mr. Brewer is a deacon in a Jack- JEWELRY Now you can pay for insurance on
at the First Baptist Church. | V.-ill regret to learn that she is Tuesday until Sunday in Tallahassee I pro by the Stricklands and got sonville church while Mr. Chism ,. home, car business and other
The M. L. Turners former residents ill at her home. Mrs. Roberts with her daughter, Mrs. 'some of the flowers that were; i? the pastor of the Highland I your for
of Lawtey. moved last pends quite a large portion of Jack Pons and family. Mr. Red- ;'mentioned in the paper last church. This shows what the Lord WATCHES DIAMONDS property the convenient "by the month" way. Call us

'veek to the Kelly rental house 'her time visiting the sick in the s' dish and Mr. and Mrs. George week. Some of her friends asked can do with us if we will let him. REPAIRSAll II detaih about a monthly payment plan for you. Do it howl

which is directly back of Kelly's community so let's not neglect ohuford went up Saturday and her to get the flowers. We still We wish to make a correction Work GuaranteedA.

Store. i, her. The Robert's daughter Mrs. brought Mrs. Reddish home on have more than we can manage, ] in our writing of last week we
Mrs. Nancy Keene spent the Vernon Silcox and family of I Sunday. so if any of you folks want them, i wrote it as we received it, so pro- C. Williams H. C. WALL AGENCY

weekend with Mrs. Gertrude Tiry Starke and son George and family ,; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren had : come and get them. We also had r-ably we are not too badly at 142 W. Call St. STARKE. FLA.
rnd Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Anderson -''of Gainesville visited them Sun- [f as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. :a nice visit with Miss Murch. j fault. The working at the Highland Starke Fla. I
in Jacksonville. day.l I(Victor H. Appleby and family of We learned Sunday that Mrs. church will not be on Mon- "
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy sutton and l Mark. J W and Dick Luke of i j Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chism's mother is very ill, suffer- I day, Mar. 16. but on SATURDAY Formerly Roberts Jewelry : Jtepreentinl tf*Hartford Fire Insurra(,'OJ children of Jacksonville visited tarke visited Mr and Mrs. St.'J. Bradley and family of Kingsley ing with cancer. She is to be Mar. 21. If the work is not corn-

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