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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE. FLORIDA. TIIfKSD\Y. MARCH 19. 1959 NUMBER TIHRTY-.MN'E
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Like a gigantic hiring of !spaghetti the p':|>e K fed throughthis :Mayor Jackson The first night meeting of the t The right for the city to Issue

tra\ellmg machinehirh cleanand wraps it pith pro- Board of County Commissionerswas i ';earth warrants will be asked In

t..tp coating before it goes into ditch. a wet one a lonesome one. I Given ,,3 local bii to be presented at the

: Welcome Issued :-nd: a short one. I coming trim of the State Legislature

Chairman v !
Harold Norman. according to a resolution
Clerk Charles Darby, and Commissioners Awards +! ao passed by City Council
Rain Halts Work On Gas Pipeline A : Tuesday
; To PipelinersBy : H. A Bishop Jr., and y I night.

Mrs Jessie Chastain were the City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr.

only members present at Monday I For was instructed to draw the necessary

Causes Loss Of Present Berry CropAlmost MerchantsMayor night's session. There were no Ii i I bill which local legislators.

visitors. It was pouring down cats; Senator Charley Johns and Representative

and dogs cutside. Top Doyle Conner will be
six inches of rain falling i j-tation. When in full swing, they
asked
to
Commissioner E. L. Crawford introduce.
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in this county Sunday through : expect to average 10.000 feet W. T. Jackson joined I
"under "
was the weather. In of
Com- event passage of the bill
Tuesday brought construction ;atcut two miles! per day. They Starke business men this weekin '! Score
j missioner M. O. Harrell which was asked W.
was bog- by Mayor T
,I in the averaged 9,000 feet day dur- extending
work on various projects per a warm welcome to
ged down by bad roads in the Jackson, search warrants needed
area to a halt and caused straw- ing their first six days of opera- personnel of the natural gas pipeline Brooker
section. by the city police would be drawnby
bet ry growers the loss of a crop tion here but have been held up now in Starke and surrounding -
At their last regular I the city attorney and L.suedby
Monday
estimates at 100000. !| by the rain since then. area.

Harbert Construction Corporations i At present Harbert has 183 em- "We are sure you will find morning decided meeting the Commissioners Members of Co. B's championship j Gen White CWO Albert Foster'team honors in the Unit Team Matchof I I the city clerk.

officials expressed hope I ployees on the payroll, and this Starke people friendly and hos- to schedule a mid- I rifle team are pictured aboveas captain, and Sp2-c Clyde the Cnief National Guard At present a search warrant
I month night meeting due to the i iI Burj j i used! by the city law enforcement
that would be' number may reach 200 at the pitable, Mayor Jackson 'W
they said
Wednesday [ Marsh. Sp2-c Roscoe K. Scar- eau Indoor Rifle Match for fiscal
they receive medals last week
in
able to resume work today on a ;;; peak it is said. "and we hope that you will joinus I increase routine business and'!: |bro. fifth member of the team, sear 1598. :officers trust be issued by the
for the persons
convenience of from Brig. Gen. Gentry White county judge.
,
curtailed basis on the 16-inch I t Other projects stymied this during your stay here in the I t was not present when picture was Foster scored 371 as top man on I
who
week by the wet weather include could not meet with them in Assistant State Adjutant General. Another local bill would' amend
gas pipeline from the compressor enjoyment and use of our schools i made the team, Scoggins had a 359.
station ?t Brooker into Jackson-i the county's $500,000 school contraction recreation facilities churches and daylight hours. From left: M. Sgt. Clarence R. I, The team turned in a total Marsh 351. Jordan 346. and Scar- ;r-e city charter to bring up to

. vine.Vmk ground to a halt Sunday |.<- program and the work other institutions." Monday night they wondered ; Scoggins SFC Virgil M. Jordan. core cf 1.769 to take top state ;'lo 342.Willis. date the section providing for sale

as a steady downpour caused j i on fcur-lamng U. S. 301 north of Starke merchants are staginga There all the business suddenly i iI: ------- --- city utilities by including the gas

eouipmei.t to bog down hopeless-j|Starke to the Clay County line. "Welcome Weekend" for the rent and where all the people ', I ISell distribution system, in case such

ly in the already sodden earth. Bradford county glowers likewise pipeline newcomers this Friday were who had been wanting tO |Pre-Easter I Yawn Elected I Death a sale was ever desired.

Even with continued fair weather suffered from the excess and Saturday offering outstandmg ,:meet with them. I I Sale of natural gas by the city

it will be at least a week before rain and lost a heavy crop of values in their stores as a For about 30 minutes the Corn- Services Start iI i -'nllieted, I also made necessary an ordinance

things dry off sufficiently to re- |I strawberries: at a time when they get-acquainted gesture.In missioners huddled over their I which was passed by Coun-

sume full-scale operations, the were bringing around 33 cents a response topopular demand, conference table: decided they\Monday Noon I Head Of Rotary I I Jury Finds ,.H.' regulating the contract terms

Harbers officials said. I pint. Growers have also lost about many local stores will remain county had no money to spendon f with consumers and providing for

half cf some 50 acres of pepper until 8 voting machines at this time deposit fees
open pjn. on Friday ; i
At present the company has 101! Pre-Easter services will be held County Judge T. A. Yawn A coroner's jury convened Tuesday -
plants that had been set and authorized was
for
miles of pipe welded together I! nights the convenience of the expenditure of $100 each noon from 1: to 12:30. under' ,elected president of the Starke by County Judge T. A. Yawn!
1 which are rotting in the field. All for extra work
pipeline personnel who are paidon on a painting con-
the auspices of the Ministerial Al- ; found that George L. Willis, former -;
ready for "stiinging" and five spring planting will be danger- tract Rotary Club for the new year Gas DistributionBids
Friday and cannot shop until ; instructed the Clerk to call! liance beginning Monday, March. Raiford State Prison guard,
allies "in the ditch" on its way I ously delayed by the flood condi- late afternoon or early evening.All Hospital Board and School Board 23, arid continuing through Good 1 starting,e'ecticn! held July 1 at the annual died March 4 of a self-intucted\
- to Jacksonville from the Brooker I tons. Wednesday at noon
: newcomers in the. members to meet with the Commission -
area are : Friday. March 27. gunshot wound either intentional -
1 j;in the Garden Restaurant. B. W.,
invited to tour Starke stores tonight on April 1 for a discussionof accidental. Lower
Legion Post 56 All services will be in the !''first- Payne, principal of BHS was or
City Patrolman- and get acquainted with re-distribution of the County's, Methodist Church but each ser-I elected vice president. :Mrs. Jessie Mae Willis, widow of
the local merchants. race track money. Then they i* the former told
Eyes Formation Hampton man
tick will be conducted by a dlffer-
Is Suspended chewed the fat" for another Jiatf j minister with a choir' from : Elected to serve on the new the jury she was sure her husbandaid Than Estimates '
'I rent .
Of Rescue [ board of
I< SquadAll Country Club hour and adjourned. j I i I a church other than his own. directors'With the president not kill himself. "It must have

On DWI/ If Monday night's meeting had; I and vice president were H. been accidental" she said, "Geor-
Charge i The schedule is follows: '
veterans in the Bradford as A. Bishop Jr., R. E. Edmondson
I
needed
a theme song! it would ; ge loved his family too much and The Starke City Council received
.County, and Keystone Heights MembershipOn have I j MondayRev. Lewis D. Haines'Jce Gray Harry Hatcher, S. L. ,I
been, "Baby it's wet out- was too happy. I don't think he eight bids Thursday, March 12", for
City Patrolman Earl Robert': !area are reminded of the regular ride.: First Methodist choir. Peek, and Freeman Register Jr. killed himself on purpose." construction of the city's natural

Schwab was suspended by Police, ;meeting of American Legion Post The IncreaseAround Tuesday-Rev. J. H. Matny Jr., Mrs. Willis admitted that her gas distribution system. Leo T.

Chief Riley Sweat Friday afternoon &f at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday March Madison Street Baptist Mars Hill Drive-In Phone husband had threatened to kill Barber Co. of IouJtrie. Ga. was

pending outcome of a 24, at the post home on TempleAve. 125 persons have signed Paving Scheduled choir. I,Permit GrantedYou I himself on previous occasions but low bidder at $168,000.

charge of driving while drinking. up for membership in the proposed Wednesday-Rev. John }{. Golden -, said he was "not a violent man" Clerk Carl Johns" said the con-
Schwab was arrested by Deputy t! Post 56 is endeavoring to forma golf and country-club for- First Christian Episcopal I and she had never feared he would tiact would probably toe awarded
mail
Sheriff James Hamilton on SR light rescue squad to be available according to an Starke'l For 13 Streets choir. sandwich can or deposit your letters money, geta in carry out his threats. April 7, at the council's regular

100 after calls came in about a in any civic emergency, week by the committee. Thursday-Rev. R. K. MacBiam the bank without getting out of I Assistant State's Attorney MackS. meeting. The award will" be made

drunken driver in the neighborhood Commander Harry Rabb announced felt that as soon as 150 member- Fpiscopal First Baptist choir. and will Futch showed the jury a report after consulting: engineers Key-
jour car. soon now you
of the fire tower. yesterday.The ships are received the wheels can CouncilPaving Friday Rev. Donald Kokomoor. call' from University of Florida toxicologist nolds. Smith and Hills, of Jacksonville -
By be able to make a phone
Schwab was not on duty at the members of this squad start truring toward formationof First Methodist, Presbyterianchoir. without shutting off your carl I II Dr. C. B. Pollard, who have gone over the bids,
time and not in uniform. He was1t'leased with membership open to any a corporation for ownership and rad examined the body of Willis checked on the various companies
engine.
bond. veteran in the area, will be trained operation of the club. I and made paraffin tests for powder credit ratings and past Job records
on $200 I, 1 in first aid procedure andpractices The 125 persons already signed about of 13 city streets, totaling Eight Starke churches. whose City Council approved a request marks on Willis and his ""di i and; made their recommendations
one and one half miles ministers the Ministerial
comprise by H. A Bishop Jr. of the i
: by qualified instructors. for membership have sigmlied ; I jf> the council.
Youth Revival i This short training period will their intention to pay $300 for was scheduled by City Council Alliance, will take part: Airpart Starke Telephone Co. to install a"Boothette" ow.The report Showed Mrs. Willis Jim Booksch and Harold Scott,
Tuesday night.
First Madison
: bp an integral part of every other hares in the corporation. Annual The Baptist Baptist or drive-in telephone had tested negative on both hands, representing the consulting firm

Closing FridayThe .Legion meeting, and will be unIder dues are in addition to this following priority was set Baptist First Christian It'Unda1mental between the postoffice and the jrtit her husband had powder burnson at the bid reading said five ot
; the of' Bradford up: Adkins Street from Orange to Gospel Tabernacle First I telephone building.A hand andoil
I direction amount. the back of his right the eight bids received were under -
i Polk; Walnut north to Weldon and Presbyterian Episcopal. i
i Civil Defense Director "Boothette" is a pay-phone the thumb and
interdenominational r outhRevi'al 'County The committee has announcedthat Weldon west from to the web between their estimate of $188,700.

being conducted by tne!,Bill Haas assisted by Clay County membership will be closed at Temple: Martin from Thompson Call to Sear- installed in a small lighted box I'I first finger of the right hand. Dr. I I In addition to the Barber CO.
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youth of the First Methodist Director Ray Chance. Other 300 since the proposed expenditure ing; Glen south from Call to Madison Street mounted on a pole. I Pollard's report also said examination -i bids were received from Burnupand

Church has two nights to go and I icaalified instructors will assist in cannot provide facilities for Searing; Grand north from Ad- Men Lay Walks of the victim's: clothing and, Sims Inc.; L. R. Young Construction -
the proeram. more than that number. 300 STILL FAIL I body showed the wound to have Co.; Oglethrope Plumb
all
that people to
it is hoped young kins Searing; Church south to I'
Commander Rabb stated that who wishes to invest TO ASK EXEMPnOVON resulted from "contact firing" of and Co. of Callahan
the to at-! Anyone Laura Grounds ing Heating ;
will take opportunity and Laura east to Water; of the Madison Street
end result would is HOMESTEADS I II the .25 cal. pistol that killed VUI-| Brown ana
tend these final meetings.The the anticipated $300 in the corporation eligible Lake south from Pratt to Center; Baptist Church have been saturated i Mid' States Const Co.;
be for each member of the member at this time. lis. Contractors,
Legionto
to become a Stephens, Pipeline
services conductea toy Kev. McMahon north from Brownlee to with dampness during the There are only 12 days left to
have some basic knowledge of This initial subscription may be I I atkins Const Co.; and Empire
Weldon Pine north from Brown-
John Trundle and Rev. Ray Rob- ; recent rains, so Wednesday afternoon ile homestead exemptions for
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;first aid. with those who wanted in installments desired. Gas Engineering Co.
inson have been a great inspira- paid lee to Ida; Myrtle south from I the men of the church assisted 1S59, and Gene Long tax assessor Six Teams Set

tion to the young people of the|. to progress into advanced emergency Madison to Lafayette; the Big Dad> by some good neighbors. I says there are still 300 people

community, and have been well:|i procedures forming the Negro Wounded block; Christian north trom Prattto ,' laid two temporary walkways, one |vho have not filed up to today. For SoftballCity Moonshine Still

attended. light rescue squad. Hastings and Hastings west to> horn Alton Road and the other i A list of those who have not 'Nipped In Bud'

is invited to attend All members and guests are Orange; Broadway from Pratt to from a convenient loading zone Boo
Everyone After Assault 11 filed is carried on page 6 of to- Recreation Director
these last two meetings and join"urged to attend this important Adkins. on the church grounds.Wednesday 'fav's Telegraph Benner announces he has secured Beverage agents and Bradford
that is, meeting. Refreshments will be deputies kept their batting aver-
the Christian fellowship -
in the week. I served. On DeputyA V"'c( :7... sponsors for six teams to form a last week by destroying another -
being enjoyed during ,.,', '-.-.!";>!,> '--j- i.. men's Softball league in Starke II age up
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,
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: AF" '( : moonshine aWL
Files woundedlast f .... this summer.
Hospital Starke Negro was
R. E. Smith and Claude
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-I I 1Agents
; Benner said league games I
he -
after assaulted :
Saturday night
BENEFIT Heavy Load who be played in Starke on Tuesday,Veal and Deputy Russell Redding
the Bradford deputy
I In Claims Court I,lad cautioned him about creating i I Y.- j Thursday, and Friday nights, with I went j-ounced into on operation.this one before They it smashed even-
doUbleheader each night.
FISH FRY ty a .
night
disturbance in a Negro '
a
two .groundhogpou., one
: The Bradford County Hospital r I Teams lined up for the league I up
spot. t t of 1250 gallon capacity and one
And C?'P. dominated the docket as Jailer Dolph Reddish said Deputy 1. are: Garden Restaurant, National
'I size.
7. I judge T. A. Yawn held Small I I' : Guard CO. "C," State Maintenance of 750 gallon
Walter Perkins urged Leo \ : y about
The still site was located
Chicken Pilau Claims Court last Thursday. I Shop at Camp Blandmg. Keystone
itoff"
Desue to "go home and sleep five miles wpst of Starke and one
The hospital has filed 58 of the Heights, Waldo and possibly I I
after he found Desue drinking -
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I \ a : mile south of SR 100.
91 claims entered in the court
Lawtey.
THERESSACommunity docket this 'ear. Hospital claims and becoming rowdy in SallyWilliam' ,..,. -.,: !
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$5.398.87 of the total $8,535.-: place on Oak Street in ; Sewer Extension .
ere
Reno. Defue apparently objectedto /f -. ; Easter Seals
fit
House 11 in claims filed in 1959.: and I :
Perkins' suggestion "jump- ,
Assistant State's Attorney Mack QK'd Council
ed on" the colored deputy. In Being Mailed YExtension
S. Futch said this week he has'
SAT. MARCH 21 I II the enusing scuffle. Perkins fired
i also filed seven suits for more than I.
Starting 5 P.M. I $4,000 in unpaid hospital bills with! twice and Desue received: a slight : Easter Seals for Crippled Children of the city sewer

the Circuit Court. Flitch said scalp wound.As IJ will go in the mail this week:,i north on E. Call St. from the

claims! for more than $400 are not: Perkins attempted to carry r according to Mrs. Ruby Johns I Jerry Gay property to the city

All You Can Eat handled in Small Claims Court. Desue to jail another Negro, treasurer of the local organization.The u|limits was approved by City

Willie Ham tried to interfere. 1 I money collected is used for'aid i Council at the regular Tuesday
$1.00 50c Reddish said Desue was jailed v to crippled children in an night meeting. ..

I Teen Time Set cn charges of assault and bat- Is Fish Day ? '(,# eight county area, including HradI IThis' k part of the project according -

I tery on an officer and using pro- ford. Included in its use is speech to council members of

e For SaturdayThe fane language; in 'a public place. .. | therapy for those needing sucbhE'lp i making sewer extensions as fast

Perkins also arrested Ham and Wednesday March 11, seem to have been a at the Gainesville Speech i at is financially feasible to all

first Teen Time gettogether ,charged him with interfering good day for f hing. .... =*f, v Clinic and vacations for the parts of the city. '"

This Space Contributed will be held in the USO Sat- (with an officer in the perform- During the morning Junior Chambers Walter _,:.k-:: Tax I children at Camp Crystal Lake. At A request by St. Mark's Epis-
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Weekly to Publicize urday night starting at 7:30: i ante of his duties. :' L'f; 'r .' the camp the crippled children enJOY copal Church for removal of trees
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and Don tamed with this of i'5'.1 : 'v
Ring Page
o'clock as_ one of the youth activities -i The two were released after : up string J:. : .. and advant- of sidewalk in frontof
Community Events by .. .. ;..:.. j r. all the pleasure; and repair
24 beauties weighing total of around 50 ---
of the new City Recrea- they posted bonds totaling $100. a pounds. ages of unhandicapped children the church was referred to

THE COMMUNITY tion Department.Teen Other arrests by Bradford deputies The fl'llowsf'fe just a little Sl''J't'ttn.owinC while< McRae came through with one at 11 In., 6 oz. but at a slower pace and also Councilman J. D. Doyle, streets

Time is planned and directed last week included Negress they caught them in "Wednesday' 3lon ng" Lake and another at 74 Ibv Denmark's runner-up have physical therapy while there. chairman.

STATE BANKOF by students in grades 8 I Barbara Jean Bailey for assault with "Wednesday' Morning" bait. was a mere pound and a half. there. Other business of the council

STARKE through 12 in cooperation with i and battery and white male Rex This year's will be openedto was: to issue an invitation to a
Later the same day Dr. J. E. Denmark and ..JimD It li most unusual for a single expedition to net camp
Recreation Director Bob Benner. Stewart on a charge of fraud of
these children at four periods representative of Haas and
t E' McRae (photo at right) checked in with three of this size
three big ones' usually one H considered -
(Member F.D.I.C.) Membership cards for this activity room and board. Stewart posted during the summer when they nutchins, city planners to meetwith
will be on sale Saturday $150 but the colored hoppers weighing in excess of 30 pounds. Dr. "a day's work." These came from Craudin
bond woman will attend with the regulaar the Council April 7, to make
night at the door. ,is still in jail under bail of $100. Denmark topped the catch with the 12-pounder, Lake with eel bait. group of campers. final plans for city improvements.lODge. .







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PAGE TWO BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA- Tm SD.ncn- '- 19. -1939

-- -- - --- ... - .... I. The (....ty Jade. Court Of Victor O. Pon.. Route. I, Box 3S!% further notified\ that a Petition herein directed judgment will be -fn--
Bradford Coaaty, Florida inesville. Florida. under said chapter ha* been filed teed herein against you in due
editorialTurn j I. Prvhate \'". II. Smith. Starke. Florida
course. Persons! not personally ser-
in the Circuit Court of the Eighth
Emmer DiaryBy IV RE: Estate of CATHERINE- AND ALL PERSONS. J.'IIUISXlJ Judicial Circuit in and for Brad- \rd with proem may obtain a copy
TE.VItB. Deceased.NOTICE CORPORATIONS O\VXINti. HAVING ford County. Florida, seeking the .f the Petition for forfeiture filed
TO CREDITORSAll OR CL.\unXG.\.x INTERKST forfeiture of said property, and herein from the undersigned Clerk
Sam McGarrr persons having claim or demand IN AND LIEN ON THE A- )ou are hereby! directed and required ol Court.
against the. estate of Catherine JOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY. to file your (claim if any youne. WITNESS my hand and seat of
It Oft Please! Tears dect>aat>d. are bt>rt>bynctlfi..d Tou And Each Of You are hereby :\ and show cause, on or before tne above mentioned Court, at
: a lot about the early history of and required to file their ,. Iarkt. Bradford County. Florida,
notified that the above d..ri..djI"op..rty the :3 day of March U;;' if not
TJnicn Ccunty. claims in the office of the County In-rwnally served with process herein this 4 day of March. A. D. 1S59.icorirr ; .
-I Florida, : has been seized under and
Bradford County
of
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I .54 Judge and within twenty' (!a) days SEAL ...
"Somebody up there" must have heard about Ii Ii in the County Court House at ly virtue vl Chapter 552. Florida from personal service If personally CHARLES A. DARBT,
: It's time to set out tobacco Starke. Florida. within eight calendar .atutes of u:;.. and is now in the served with process herein why the Clerk Circuit Court
Starke's Clean-up Drive this week and decided to J pants: but few growers have gone months from of the this date notice of the or possession of the Hoard of County said property should not be forfeited Py Marian U. Crosby,
a fret: publication Commissioners of this County. and pursuant: to said Chapter. Deputy Clerk
start things off with a good face-washing. Fiveor I ahead so far. Most of them have the to 83m.III law- This become February void::>accordIng 1959.- >('U, and each of you are hereby Should you fail to file claim as 315! 31 3-i9

six inches of rain in two days is overdoing it teen' held up because the plantsare First publication March +;. U;;'.
I too small yet. 1111, JEWEU. T. ROBERTS
: just a little, however, especially since the ground I .5. AdminlMratrii of the estate of
Catherine Tear@ deceased.
: was already saturated with water from the heavier We have a new neighbor, andit Hollbi V. Knight, MOTHERS
In case you haven't heard yet looks like we're going to be Starke. Florida.
: than average rainfall this year. Instead of Attorney for Administratrix .
it rained hard last Thursday worried for
a while. It's a pair 3 i It 3as
: making us feel cleaner, all this excess water has right! At least it did around Law- of neat little birds with black .
... .. .' Of
.d. Court
: succeeded only in making streets and yards just ley way, and before the night was heads who have set up a nest in a Bradford The ( C..y.. T. Florida* M 4is

over we thought we were going to hole in a fence post, and well la Probate e > x .
: one big bog hole. In addition, the excess rain ELLA F. HORNSI 11x1
float away. We do know there have to keep the cats away when IN RE: Estate of

: has ruined a beautiful strawberry crop, has rot- have been a number of times this the young ones arrive. it.nasod.NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
,
when boat would have .\II harms claims or de- g y i
season a persons
ted and stymied farmers in their
,
: pepper plants n.ands against! the estate to Ella
come in handy. One of the two holly trees we ... Horns )'. deceased are hereby ., Bust VignettePORTRAIT
: spring planting operations. S. let cut, which lost its leaves. is notified and required to file theirthe a:

: The sun returned to its accustomed brightness However Friday was clear and budding out, and Alice is pleased.But O Judge aims of In Pradtord office County of the Florida.County

.. sunny and the wind did a lot to she keeps watching for some "tunt) court house at Starke.
however the rest of the week be Florida within eight calendar
can
Tuesday, so !
of '
signs life from the
help dry out the soil. But from dogwoods, month from tbe date of the first
dedicated (if the rain has finally stopped) to what we heard, planting has been as we are particularly anxious for publication tlf this.. notice, or the
void according
the clean-up and beautification drive. yet back again by the heavy rain. them to catch on. Incidently powdered to ramp law.wi11om.This February :3._ 19,9.:
'S. bark of flowering dogwood First nubltcation- March 19:>'. \

In the meanwhile, all of us can take a lesson Checked with Luther Hilliard is reported to have been used for AdniinistrafOf',,1 CIIACMS M.the WHMITT estate of

to how his berries out toothpaste, an ink when mixed .h de- FOR
see came ihe estate of Ella F" Hornsny.
from our farmer friends. A group of them were r Y w b
of the downpour. He smiled with iron sulphate, and a quinine teased. j L S. S oo

,discussing the weather, and laughing and joking weakly and said: "My berries look substitute. Balk of the roots was Starke.llollic '".Florida Knight ONLY

about it at the Farmers Market the first of the just like me-sick!" He then add- used: as a scarlet dye. And then Attorney' for Administrate J,5; n 3"6" w. (: ..
ed that the rain caused a lot of the wood was used for a wide
week. Wonder how many of us business and
rot in the fruit. umber of purposes, thus makingthe
could face the adversity .55 NOTICE OF I.KGISI.ATIO.VTO Regular $10.00 "us 35c Mailinfl
professional people same tree useful as well as one of WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:

with that spirit? It's something to think And speaking of berries, Edwin the most beautiful. Notice apply Is to h.tI'byjthf'n the 1939 Session of Intentionto of the l Value Full Figure $1.00 Extra

Starling put a lot of runner plants Florida! Legislature for of
passage
about. .. in cold storage from August un- IR The, firruit Court Of Thr KixhthJudicial ..n act to amend Sections ;5!. SJ and SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED Limit: 2 Children To A Family
flrrnil. In And K.T U4: Laws of
Fl (b) of Chapter G.
til November and he is now proudof UradfnrdOU.1". Florida.At Florida. 1927, being the charter for Age: 6 Weeks to 10 Years
the way the plants are grow- Law \.. MMI the City of Starke. Florida. by NO APPOINTMENT
Open Friday Nights ing. He set out 5,000 of them and inc IX Ift-M-iilMd UK, : Forfeiture Property of: the follow providing system for a opening permanent and registration closingof NECESSARY Additional Children $2.00 Each

says they are free of disease and One l'il Mrr<-ury automobile. the registration books disqualification ..
Members of the Starke Retail Merchants As- lock exceptionally good, although 'bearing; I35X:; Florida lit-ruse number of elector; providing fora
2-4972S. 11' N.}. ;34SL43S6M; : biennial purge of the election
they are later than other plant- One H m irt uatei I'uml'ludt"1 lolls, and pro'idlnlfflr a publication -
< ;
.sociation are extending a welcome to personnel ings. He said that some of the X\,. :3M! >i,N2. One electric motor. (>f the list of registered elect Ion. Tues. and Wed. -- March 23.24 and 25

connected with the natural gas pipeline construc- runners from the same patch, Serial No. H54. Model No. C56JZAII. ors. : ,
five Lan 11,. gas cylinders. (s) CARL JOHNS. City Clerk.
tion projects this weekend and many are featur- which were not held in cold stor- Serial No LM 6391.: : 11813, L 3-5 4t 3-26
age are not nearly as healthy or 524X24 and I. .ii-liV. ; : and X 6:';;!. Hours 9 to 12 1:00 to 5:30
I. The ClreaH Curt Of The
ing attractive specials in their stores as a kind (-T.\TIO\: Eighth
vigorous. 'IIIIT.TI': OF FI.Onm.TO: Judicial rirralt. fa. .tnd F.r Bradford BARBERREE STUDIO WILL GIVE YOU A SELECTION OF POSES FROM
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of introductory gesture. S. Frrida Mar Hflton, lit. I, Box 61', (ouaty. .larWIII.
Dinsinore. Florida \*. ails WHICH TO CHOOSE
What the heck is a "sparkle- >ad11 Peron. Firm and ('"r- IN RE: Forfeiture fir the Fol-
The pipeline workers are paid on Friday, and berry We've heard it mentioned pvr.C ..* On.IAIt. 11.,1..r lowing. Described Property:

some of them have been expressing a desire that a number of times, and whenwe . Abote an Intrrmt UeBcribed IB and Property.Menthe Serial On No.1S50! : 3HKI-50R94.Ch.rol..tdn.Kf; : Motor sedan No.

Starke stores would stay open until 8 p.m. on that looked it up in our book on Vor AND EACH OK YOU arehrreby KAD-b3964S;; !.;. One Briggs & Strat-
notified that the above den hna'Oolin. motor with Honiart
trees and shrubs, the closest we -
riled has been sf'izt"dIIllff..r water pump. Serial No. 25354; 8 100Ib. BARKSDALE'SSTARKE
_day for their shopping convenience. A poll was property
found is something called .
a Rutane
and by virtue of Chapter) ;562; gas cylinders: one 16. _
taken by the Chamber of Commerce this week "farkleberry." Florida Statutes of 1957! and Is" now foot Pura Craft aluminum boat
S SHad in the possession" of the Board of Serial No. "KO-: One Mercury Mark
and a majority of business places signified will- County Commissioner of this County outboard motor. Serial No. FLA.
a good time at the FFA and you. and -each of you. arehrrehy ?23I7: : One \I..rl"urylIark 6 out-
ingness to in this Consequently I-o>ni motor. Serial No. 103-toii: ::
cooperate manner. banquet in Gainesville last week. further notified that a Petition :
Two
under said chapter: hs been : Hundred pounds of wheat bran.
quite a few stores will be open until 8 There was a good turnout of fled; in the Circuit Court of tbe r'T\T.O%
Judicial Circuit. and for THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Eighth
Bradford men to back up our in
p.m. this Friday, and it is hoped that the pipe- Bradford County. Florida seekingthe
boys, including Leaton MorganJr.
forfeiture of said property, and .
line personnel will take advantage of this oppor- who said his berries are com- )ru are hereby directed and requested .u

tunity to visit the business district and get acquainted ing along good.. ]. you have to, and file show your claim cause,, if on any or 1 f

before the 13 day of April. 1959
with our merchants. It is an associa-
If our FFA entries dion't do if not personally served with pro- WELCOME
rrss herein and within twenty (CD)
tion that will be beneficial believe.
mutually we
too well in the steer show, theyat day from personal service if personally ?
least came out on top in the \ served with process: herein 15j
why the said property should ccRd
First .Barrow Show. ,
Congratulations not be forfeited pursuant to said
No Voting MachinesWe to Allen Crews on his Grand Chapter. Should you fail to file
Champion Yorkshire and to his claim as herein directed judgment .PIPELINE WORKERS
will be entered herein against you
brother Charles who had the Reserve fn due course. person not person- C
feel that members of the Board of County
IIy served with obtaina
Champion, a Hampshire ? process may
Commissioners are to be commended for turninga .5. copy of the Petition for forfeituretiled -
herein from the undersignedClerk
deaf ear at this time to overtures from the Enjoyed showing our home to of Court.WITNESS .

companies who are pressuring them to install Mr. and Mrs. John Townsend of tine above mentioned my hand and Court.seal .of.tflarkf'

voting machines. At their first evening meeting G'ville who are planning to buildb Bradford County. Florida,
the Commissioners thatthe new one over at Kingsley Lake. this 11 day of :March, A.D. 1959.
Monday night, decided fOJo'JoWUI.EAI..) p\
He is the son of former county Charles A. arby.
county was not in a position to expend mon-
Judge John Townsend of Lake Clerk Circuit Court. II
ey on voting machines at this time. Eutler Uy Marian I* Crosby. Deputy Clerk .
who understand knows
we 3-12 *t:6 .

Voting machines have been made less neces- \_ Kai ,, 1 .t II

cary than ever before by the recent inaugurationof

a new system of counting votes that has cut TUNE UP SPECIALPLUGS t 9 ,,,

the time to a fraction of what it used to be. 1 _
_
Actually, now, there is no need or excuse for installing -- POINTS CONDENSOR I
,',
machines in any save perhaps the coun- I

ty's pile pr two largest precincts ,and this ADJUST CARBURETOR SET TIMING I

could easily be eliminated by a little long overdue

rearrangement of the voting districts.We Reg.19.95. SPECIAL J2.95 You are now in some of the best fishing .". \ I

t\ I I
congratulate the commissioners on not -
country in the United States. We imiteou (''I
yielding to voting machinepressure and saddlingthe

county with an expenditure that it can ill NEW the hundreds .,i ,
to enjoy of good fishing lakes ., ,
afford at this time.Transportation. '

ftmtotttWHITE in this area while in Our midst. PLEASE e% ,
I

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"a'- ,- .
Needed SIDEWALLS FEEL FREE TO CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION ,


Traditionally the Junnior Woman's Club mem- AT ANY TIME! i i I

ber of Bradford County Children's Committee is I II
I
chairman of the transportation division of that I

organization.: Elden \Mathews: is currently .1 low os 1 I
os

Her holding responsibility that chairmanship.is to obtain volunteers who NoW pnc'" ENTER OUR FISHING CONTEST REGISTER NOW! U:2:231 !:


will transport patients to out of town clinics. 1&toJ'o..

These patients are not ambulance cases but are % ire Be qualified to enter your fish prior to catching it! You will NOT "

usually children who need examinations or fit- bed"ty

tings at Hope Haven, or chronically ill adult patients 6.1a1s,t be' qualified to enter after fish is caught! j

who need to be treated or examined at AU Sizes PicetowproportiOnote, I jI

Jacksonville or Gainesville clinics. In the case ofadultS" Y- So Now Before .i
the cost of transportation is usually! borne / Register -- Deadline May 31st ES. r :,

by some organization but the patient is physically : h I,
,
p
unable to take a commercial vehicle. In taking i

children an adult member of the family usually Prize For Largest BLACK BASS !

Joe along but has no car to drive himself. These Size \VhitewaIls* Prize for largest SPECKLED PERCH
i
costs! are' borne by the volunteer.Mrs. .
6.70.15 15.95 Mitchell Garcia Reel
Spinning ''I
: :Mathews reported that recently six people I
7.10-15 17.95 Double Cylinder Gas UnitCOOK
have been very helpful in this friendly service but Value 29.75 I

that others are needed so that these people will 7.60-15 19.95 '
LOW PRICE ON
not have' so many trips to make. They are :Mrs. our I

Seeber Fr ythe, :Mrs.\ Beverly Blackshear, Rev. cappable'Tube-type.tire.Plus tax and reBLACKWALLS TOO Bell,, C.Spinning! Rod ::i

James Temple John Torode, Dr. Florence Jennings plus tax and re- Value 19.95 :!I

and Nero'! School Supervisor Ozora Shell 12.93 tire Value 12.95

has obtained transportation! for Negro patients. 6.70-15 black tube-type: : :I.
1
7.50-14 Blackwall
There must be many others who are willing l IIIFor I

and able to do this kind of thing. If :you can, TUBELESS SIZE PRICE Your Convenience --- You May Obtain Your Fishing and 1 Iii
Hunting
wCntOu! call Mrs.( Mathews at her home, WO4J 6.00.16 11.95

7.i; ,, or during the day at WO 4-5701 and 6.70-15 12.95 License From Our Sporting Goods Department! !"

offer your services? 19.95 7.10-15 14.S5 i



: _Plus tax and exchange. Plus tire.'DODD'S 7.60-15. tax and recappable 16.25 ? 'I
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ThEQ4AQifQRp'V COUNTY EST.TELEGRAPH lS7tFI.OKIUA'S ,FIRESTONE STOREPhone Starke Builders Supplies! I'I'At i


.. OLDEST WEEBLT :XEWg- : 1

u; r.lPMI PfBLIKIipD, fOXTISOrSLY WO 4-3861 o28 Walnut: St.

t"sr1lf: : THE MMK: MA1THBAD. S.A.L. Depot Phone WO 4-1201! or WO 4-1.,11 !
Mi.bi".A.d. Hark ""l r. a m4 F.., ..*. a ..... claw'Mctltr Starke Florida
.t the Pot.t office Fhu .Her ..
at tarke. art f r. .1m. - - -- ,j
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.\\-, MARCH 19. 1953
BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
tisrc....... : 'Inn'a un.....
Bergman StarsIn denied, to her single-handed -
I. The C.'T ".dlt"'. C..rt OfBradford M.
Din
struggle
across Communist gfelder.
Rus-
door the
on first Monday In Month
New Film sia and Siberia to the north of s a e Probate County FloridaIn I Ccunty All of of said property being In the ..f. April. Ili*. whuli is the 6 day
llradford.
State Pf Flor- f April. Ut.:
Florida China, the picture IRE: Estate of AARO.V K. i la.
At SundayThe faithfully portrays TATLOR. deceasedNOTICE"TO < Itttrri this day vt March, 19i; ;>.
Unless: such certificates<< rhall
her amazing career. bertdeemrd (OFFICIAL H\L>
CREDITORS according.to law the property Charles A
human drama of one cour-I Jurgens is cast as the handsome I AH person having claims or demands described in such certificate Clerk of "ir'uit Darfcy.""urt of Brad
,
against the estate of AaronK. 'r certificates will be sold t.. the '
ageous woman is combined with dynamic Eurasian officer Taylor, deceased are hereby not highest: bidder at the court house' ford County. Florida
who, in -fit'd and required to file their 35 It 3 :sOn
romance, violence, and mysticism spite of his hatred of all r
t claims in the office of the County
things Western, falls and
deeply
Jn 'The Inn of the Sixth Hap- .. Judge of Bradford County. Florida
tnderly:! in love with the mission- R in the County Court House at
piness," showing at the Florida r t of a I Marke. Florida. within eight calendar -
Theatre Sunday through Tuesday. ary.As r w I months from the date of the And After April 1 1959
the wise and autocratic : I 'rx first publication of this notice, or ,
Co-stamng Ingrid Bergmanand the same will becomeoid according; I
Curt Jurgens in the leading Mandarin. Robert Donat delivers, >? i c l w t This to law.2nd day of March 19S9 WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
roles, the film tells the story of I a powerful symbol of the old First Publication March >. 1959.;
Gladys Aylward, an English woman -I China faced with the new, and !Is] HESSIE R. TAYLOR Will Be Known As
Administratrix of the Estate of -
who traveled to China, a- records his finest film performance. r Y .i Aaron K Taylor deceased. I
4Ci.
lone and without friends or outside Hollis 1'. Knight,
help, to work as a missionary. X tltl ki ftarke .Florida.
Attorney for Administratrix. ACE ELECTRIC
From the first mcment she arrives THE RIGHT x-OIPTT tor Welect 3.5 U :r:' SERVICELOCATED
in Landon and finds her request your favorite ESTERBKOOB -
K \
slice Of Application For Tax
for a missionary assignment Fountain Pen. .O"LEOKAPH x r w.yY W > L!_ Deed AT 213 E. CALL STREET
I ? t Set I94.IS. F. S.
Notice Is Hereby Gheit. that
Daniel I* Bright the holder of the Phone WO 44921
!:1irtyt folowing certificates has filed said
WELCOME Pipeline Personnel! certificates for a tar deed__ to n be_ _
-- issued 24 HOUR
theron. The certificate numbers SERVICE --.
and years of issuance, the
Mars Hill Choir spirituals: The sacred selectionsare postlude portions of the program. description of the property, and the
done without accompaniment, During their stay in Starke, names follows in which it was assessed are UNDER ACTIVE MANAGEMENT OF
Visit Our Re-Modeled Show- as :
Newly To Be Heard but Miss Donna Lou Nagey, organ members of the choir will be entertained Certificate Xo. :S. Tear of Issu
instructor at the college, will play in the homes of the I ance1956.: Description of PropertyV34 KENNETH (RED) NORMAN
'
\ of N of XWU of NWU Sec.
for the prelude, interlude, and :Madison Street Congregation. 56 T. 5 S. li. :% E.
room and See the Largest Variety of Monday NightAs Name in which assessed C. I. &; I .
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part of a week-long, 1300- r .."'...>,...;.,.........,....-.,-..". .'..._.'.n...'". '.'n'.n.': .....................,.,,.:.....,.....".'.v..........n. '....v.....,,..,.....-. .'..,.".",=..... '.......y.'J'-.: ':' ."="'......."". :"'m'.r.'J".', .. "..r,:7C..rTKm.pa. ...........:",... ..::...:.::.Tw..". "" '!Z.'.....=.........,,.. ,.,.."
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RCA TV's mile tour, the Mars Hill IN. C.l ..F\f.'. .?.;..:....:.);..;,,\J....... :: .;,,................. ..', .'. ':;n1-"t'; QCtiIl'fJ.. "f: ".:, '..., .
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College Choir, mixed chorus of.I u> =;..:" ct"" .#' .. .. ,.:. :.. :j! WELCOME
*' ? : < "
50 voices, will present a concertof \\ / I' t.9.i( :!
30 SETS TO SELECT FROMRCA r $ Gadler f' ;:
sacred music at the Madison. .. rt' ra e ." PIPELINE
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Strecet Baptist Church Monday i k" .. V?
night, March 23. ::t<:; f2' ':. a, WORKERS
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Starke will be the second stopon k ;: I )IJ &j: -
the choir's eighth annual con- it' i ), Vf Valu.eJ ::
cert tour, which includes stops in
r4I Georgia Florida, and South Car-
,4 Y- Atlanta.chna. They will come here from t"? Jed,, : Eagle Proudly( Offers You The Newest In Fashion a Handbags


I..i George Canova son of Mr. and fJ,., v. And Styling, The Best In Quality, The Lowest PricesYou'll -- ,

Ii Ii I I Mrs. L. A. Canova of Starke, is a .
II Be The Fairest Lady In F. 'y
second-year student at the college
and sings bass in the choir. I The Easter Parade With Your
IL :
The group is directed by Rufus Outfit From Eagle .
Norris, a graduate of the University -
of North Carolina and Columbia f TEENS JUNIORS Beautiful accessor-!

University. Before joiningthe ":, MISSES LADIES ies from our complete -/
1 1f music faculty of the Baptist selection add fASHION !} U
,
junior college he had been a DRESSESMcKettrick the final touch to HEADIJHISP. Beautiful! selection of Straw,

member of Fred Waring's famous the loveliest Easter ,, Plastic and Leather Bags in
glee club. The Pennsylvanians :,i' Outfit.stEouR all the New Spring Colors.

The concert here will include Harco Junior, SOIC770

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Even the old 14 $1.50 t I
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a polish job, you can count
on UNto BOW TIES_ __$1.00DRESSES
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Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Fla. ,

Our Own Brand
ig Enough to AccomodateR&tt
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Headquarters Enough to Appreciate HER MAJESTY'S NYLON ORGANZA
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Newest Spring Shades
INFANTS SLIPS
For Easter '

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U 'k : SHORT SLEEVE ,. ,
You'll beRIDING 3 to 6x and 8 to 14 Ky

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t : nylon marquisette ruffles. our collection of casual '
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BANK AUTO LOAN $3.00 Sport Shirts in a ,

wide variety of "t ; y


.. from us LITTLE CENTS DEPT. of styles wash and'n'patterns wear I'tl f

ESPECIALLY FOR BOYS 2 TO 7 YEARS OLD .t cottons . {

POLO SHIRTS I S-M-L-XL '


,.because:) the low cost i" $1.00 to $1.98 $1.98


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-FOl'R BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, THt D\Y. MARCH 19. 19.59htdye

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- - L. II'- Woman'sGiven Club Fashion Show Miss Mary Brownlee of Balti Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and

more. Md. arrives today for a ten family and Mrs. Charles HardySr.
Preview Of And LuncheonFor day \'at"ationith her mother of Gainesville spent Saturdaywith I

.eTI I 'Youth In Action' Cancer Mrs. H. L Brownlee. the Hardy families. ,


Members of the Starke Woman's 4 fashion show "The Easter
Club were given a preview ot Parade of 1959" and luncheon
"Youth In Action" at( their regular will be held at noon Tuesday I 1

'; Mooty I meeting in the clubhouse Wednes- March 24, at the Woman's Club I WELCOMEPIPELINE

_._ ____ _.__ u_______._.__ -,- day afternoon of last week. es a Bradford County Society i
The program was under the!benefit under the chairmanship
Adult FellowshipHas direction of Mrs. Dave Faulk:of Mrs. P. G. Felos.

Progressive chairman of Youth (;Conservation' Fashions from Leila's Dress t, t: PERSONNELThis
who was the originator of this an-t Shop will feature the latest stylesin
Dinner Party nual event where recognition, is sportswear dressy clothes and
> t given outstanding senior HIgh wilt be climaxed by a wedding. is JUST A SAMPLE of the many fine
The Methodist Adult
Fellowshipclass School students \toy the Woman's Barksdale's will show fashionsin
enjoyed a progressive din- -Club. I Values will find
+ \ ladies wear and clothes for you at
ner party Friday evening with 23
d4l k | Introduced were Franklin Hitch,I boys and girls.Fashions .
members attending.The R ''president of the BHS Student'i : for men will be pre- STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STOREMEN'S
dinner progressed from the Council who told i'pnted by Alvarez Store,
f about the local:;;i Clothing
i
homes of the Lloyd Hedgecocks. '''
j group. Miss Mary Agues Matthews 'Gct music will be furnished by
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Donald Kokomoors, God-
Henry president of the Little Bob Smith and his orchestra.
, wins, and Charles Meisters. The
I Women's Club, outlined their acti-'.Clcthes will be modeled while LtJ
decorations in each home earned .....
'ivities during' the year and Miss luncheon is being served. SHORTS
S out the St. Patrick's Day theme. I I Charlene Hardy played a piano Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., ticket
+ The ended at the Meister's I
party selection. Benny Williams president :!chairman stated that tickets maybe '
; home on N. Walnut street.where I 2S TO 44 -
I of the BHS !senior class recounted -' obtained from the following:
were played following des-
games his experiences: at Boy's Mrs. Alice Anderson, Mrs. H, H. ,
. State in Tallahassee and George:Adams, Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr.. For
M f Fatten Jr. gave an inside look at Mrs. Doyle Conner, Mrs. J. E. rlr1 s 3 1.00

. '" .At the life of a page boy at the Houseof Hardy, Mrs. Bert Mains. Mrs. w

sert.Florida L d' Representatives in Washington.\Kenneth Grider Mrs. Charley
As president of the Hi-Y, he also I Johns Mrs. George Miller Mrs.

! McCombWeldonMr. outlined the work of that group. Leila Mundy. Mrs. Stanley Noe- K 1stI -
s.
John Allen Shadd, president of fd. Mrs. Harry Rabb. Mrs. T G. + ; 1

and Mrs. Jack F. McComb the Bradford FFA, and I). HItch Ritch. Mrs. S. E. Simmons Mrs.J. .
i announce the engagement of Green, president of the Starke, M. Vickers Mrs. Ned Yancey MEN'S, UNDERSHIRTS

THEATRE tneir daughter. Barbara Frances, chapter FFA were recognized. 1 I Mrs. Sam Zack, Mrs. Martha i iSnellen I
; to James R. Weldon of Jackson- Following the: talks Judge T. A. and Mrs. P. G. Felos.
ille. scn of Mrs. Steve A. Weldon Yawn Jr. presented a Savings Mrs. Jerome Johns will be 3 -For-100
. I''Si. and the late Mr. Weldon, of Bond from the Starke Woman's I chairman! of the decorating com- .r
SAT. MAR. 21 ,Starke. Club to Marv Agnes Matthews and mittee. Lt t' N Y
: DOUBLE FEATURE I George Patten Jr., of the senior j :1/ 36 To ..16IE"S
. Miss McComb is a graduate of i Mrs. T. CRitch will have the
class, who were selected by a ..! f
Bradford i following on her serving com-
Wa'tUe.w County High School
. n committee ? _, i.. .....
I as having rendered the,Kittee Mrs. R. Chasteen. Mrs.J. i : :
: J.
znd is a member of the senior
I- TB HUNTERBurning |' most service to their church I!
: : M. Vickers. Mrs. Jerome Johns
class at the University of Florida
school and the i Girl Scouts And Brownies :MEN'S KHAKI
,
: NATAUEWOOO !''in Gainesville. community during 'iMrs. R. V. Turner and Mrs. L. :\ :
plaC'e winner'!
I past year. Second
.. I! Mr. Weldon also graduatedfrom for boys went to Franklin Kilcnj Ii H. Outlaw.

. BHS and is an agent forI who was awarded a gift certificate Observe AnniversaryMembers Sport ShirtsYork\ Shirts
. I BPW Club Hears
the Life -
. Hills* Insurance Company ofi from Gem Jewelry, and second I
.. i Georgia, and resides in Jackson- rlace for girls went to Charlene Mrs. Sewell Talk of the local Girl .Garbett, Cheryl Tillman Carroll j 3:'

. ONCMASOOP Wy WARN RCOLORWt. nlleI Hardy who received a gift certificate Scout Troops, together with the iarr. Judy Caufmann, and Kathy
_. Date of the wedding will be : from Bnllington's Gift Shop.! Mrs. Lonnie Harley and Mrs. Myrick.
"aura wmwi.n .UP Brownies. enjoyed a party in the
. nx jWJ.AC1'euMD M'IIf'$T1J.i:ft-SUB I! announced later.BlumeAlvarez. :Mrs. H. B. Peyton: president.''Martha Bales were hostesses to In lower photo uniformed
Methodist fellowship hall last
presided the the Starke BPW Club at the Gar-
over: business meeting Brownies are tl-n( Sandra Reg-
: PLUS ( prior to for program in which i i ictn Restaurant on Thursday week in observance of the 47th ister Linda Strickland Cathy

. Mrs. M. H. J..anI't!' accepted: as night: March 12. anniversary of the Girl Scout ,Frees Lillian Richards, and Gilda
. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Blume of a new member of the club. .Mrs.;| During the business session organization. Graham.

the State "'"arm announce the I D. L. Thomac Announced "Clean-1 Mrs. J. D. Doyle, chaiman of Pictured with their birthday I: The Girl Scout cookies, delayed t u

: J! mf!l l1I marriage of ,laeir daughter Janice Up-Week" as Mir." 1*>-23 and urged -,Health and Safety reported that cake in top photo are Girl Scout I in shipment finally arrived Wed
cooperation by all members. Trooper Jensen. State Transportation -
EJeane, to Stephen A. Alvarez I patrol leaders and officers of nesday and will be placed on sale
: gS son of Levy Alvarez of Raiford, Sandra Craven rendered a vocal Officer will be here on April both troops: 1st row (Il-rl Janet at once. Proceeds will be used by Sm. Med. Ljje.

: _UYCAUAAO on Saturday. March 14, at the election[ as part of the Easter devotional 9 to speak to the local club. Hardy, Cindy Harrell Cheryl the members of one troop for a

.. awicwnimacro icouwsrnn home of Judge S. B. Brooks in given by :Mrs.! Lex Green.I iI I Mrs. Edward Hall, club president Shealy, Joise Strickland and I trip to the Juliet Lowe founder I !

. Lake Butler. Mr. Alvarez is em- Refreshments were served bv appointed Mrs. Nate Dyal, Wanda Siemer. 2nd row: Kay Foundation in Georgia in April. 1 1.00 1 98
Plus "Little Runaway" Car- jJoyed! by the Atlantic Coast Line the hostesses during the social :Mrs. Lonnie Harley and Mrs.
.. toon. Railroad in Jacksonville. hour. Pauline Torode to serve on the Woodman Circle CARD OF THANKSWe :a .
. Nominating Committee to presenta are sincerely grateful to
To Meet 1
uesday
. Birthday Party slate of officers for 1959-60. friends and neighbors for their
. BSP Plans
. Two new members were received many kind acts of sympathhy dur-
For Members of Supreme Forest
. SUN., MON, TUES. Buffet SupperBeta Betsy MatthewsBetsy into the club at this meeting. Woodmen's Circle will meet at ing our bereavement. The familyof STUMP'SDEPARTMENT
Miss Della Rosenberg, chairman Ira P. Shepherd.
. Sigma Phi sorority will Matthews celebrated her the home of Mrs. W. L. Andrews!
. March 22, 23, 24 have a buffet supper meetmg tenth birthday anniversary Saturday of International' Relations presented Tuesday March 24, at 7:30: p. m. CARD
OF THANKSWe
l'Lrs.V. B. Sewell, who
. Monday evening. Mar. 23, at '< afternoon with a party for All members are urged to at-
14, friends at her home on E. Ad- spoke on her recent European tend. Delegates and alternates for extend our thanks for the STOREE.
o'clock Ned
at
; the home of Mrs.
lour. At the conclusion
of her
: The Inn Of The Yancey honoringrushees.. kins street. talk Mrs. Sewell was presented the state convention to be held' in many acts of sympathy and kindness .
. I The Easter motif was attrac- Pensacola during April will be expressed during our sad be.tE'avement.1lrs. CALL ST. PHONE WO 4-2651
nth a gift from the club. Carl Schearer'
tively carried out in the party elected.
decoratIbns and pink and white end family.

; Sixth Happinesswith azaleas and spirea in lovely arrangements Garden' Club Recent Birth:

were also used to ad To Meet MondayA
I vantage.As Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crosby ot

j jI I the guests arrived they were flower arrangement programwill Columbia S. C. announce the birth:
I served be given at the Starke Garden' of a son Stanley Bobby Jr., on +
:[ Ingrid Bergman punch in the' yard where Club meeting, Monday evening,I I March 4 in the Columbia HospItal.'' ItpD!
I games were also
conductea I
by .:Mar. 23, at 7:30. o'clock in the Mrs. Crosby is the former Miss! I
Curt Jergens : :Misses Anne Matthews and Car- Episcopal House on N. Church Mary Ann Shumpert of Columbia.'I :
olyn Vickers.
The I
refreshmenttable street. :Mr.: Crosby is the son of Kev. and
s in the dining room was overlaid Mrs. C. A. of !
Robert DonatIn J r Hostesses will 'be Mrs. J. D. Crosby Penney II
with a birthday cloth and Doyle, chairman Mrs. u. A. Crosby -I Farms and is now a senior In the
centered with a beautiful 'birthdaycake I of South Carolina I I
Mrs. Lex Green and Airs. University
CinemascopeThe iced in pink with miniature Wayne Haines. School of Law. has
it
marshmallow bunnies dancing around i

Missionary Love Story and the of the EurasianS White FREAK ACCIDENTSLike with Easter it. The egg cake candies.was decorated Flanking Junior Woman's Club BAPTIST NEW RIVER CHURCH

the cake were silver candle
ld er under the China Sky! this can happen but holders with burning pink candles. Sets Egg HuntThe Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship *

Plus "Boo Hoo Baby" Cartoon the consequences need not The favors of little dolls with col- Junior Woman's Club will Hour 11 a. m. Evening Serv- ;;

be as severe as you would ored parasols on the table repre- held their annual Easter egg hunt .mot, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa -

think. Yes we have the sented the Easter parade. m the City Park. Church and Wednesday 7:30 p.m.

WED.., THURS.. Flt!. insurance you need against Among the guests .were Betsy's Water streets on Wednesday _

Mar 25, 26, 27 I every loss. Consult us today maternal grandparents Dr. and afternoon Mar. 25, at 3:30: o'- .
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for the coverage you Mrs. W. E. Middleton and her clock. There will be two egg WHY PAY RENT?
need. paternal grandmother Mrs. E. :B.: hunts one for the pre-school age
Matthews. children and one for the older
Mrs. E. L. Matthews was assisted -''tnes. This will be for the childrenof WILL BUILD HOME II in everything!
1-
Charley E. Johns in serving and caring for her members only. ON YOUR LOT
I daughter's guests 'by Miss Madge

:Matthews.Middleton and Miss Mary Agnes NOTICE No Down Payment. yi h but price

AgencyDial We have sold our transfer business
to Sunshine Van Lines as of TONEY HOME BUILDERS,

WO 4-0121 Miss Beverly Lappe March 15, 1959. We are not responsible Inc. E '

Plus "Helicopter" Cartoon for any debts made a-
Starke, Fla. Shower HonoreeMiss gainst Alvarez Transfer Storage Contact RAY FORTH' : -. 49 Ib. Freezer plus'

.". I Beverly Lappe whose mar- after that date-it. B. Alvarez PHONE 4123 .c N' BIG 171&.Chiller Drawer

riage to William Contos was an Owner. Keystone .Heights, Fla.,
event of Saturday evening was ,i2tchg 3-2


the inspiration for a lovely bridal ..
LOCAL MANAGER FOR
shower given Thursday evening of
last week at the home of Mrs. bd
Prevatt 1420 Pratt street. Hostesses RADIOMore
WRGR
Jim Walter for the affair were Mrs. 17.6sq.ft.
Corp."World's BIG
Prevatt Mrs. Ed Hicks Mrs. Dan of shelf area
,. Harley, Mrs. R. H. English Mrs. l

Charlie Cowen :Mrs. Gerald Gnl- Top Music; Per Hour t
fis, and Mrs. Carlton TlllJr. n..
Largest Home Builders"WILL Attractive of
arrangements
azaleas were used to advantage in Than Any Other I :
::
decorating the party rooms for ::::
:
.
BE IN STARKE -1
f the occasion. The white linen cov- Family-Size
ered refreshment table was centered : 6
3 EACH THURSDAYAT with, fern and azalea florets. ALtiARER.) -- .- 10.8 cuft.capai
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.
Flanking the arrangement were 1 -
I silver candle holders with burning t 6. 10 AM.: '1-4, P.M.

white tapers. Crystal trays and 9
compotes held dainty caks, nuts Model 8EBI1 J'l.
I STARKE HARDWARE COI and mints. CHUCK DENT h: : .

During the party hours games '' DEEP DOOR SHaVES FOR TAIL BOTTLES.
12:30 P.M. TO x:00 P.M. were conducted by Mrs. LonnieFunwood 10 -1 4 8 P.M. VALUE
I BUTTER BIN WITH SERVER.
and prizes were awarded _
,
I to the winners. JI HOLUNCSWORtH STURDY STEEL SHELVES. h
i For Appointments Call The hostesses presented the $ rn
honoree with the vegetable dish FUII-WIDTH CRISPER. at
j JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector tc her chosen china pattern as a 10 -1 P.M. 4 8 P.M., Sat. -
memento of the occasion. NEW OFFSET HINGES nTIvFOR >
7:30-1P.M. 6-8P.M.Sun.
STARKE WO 4-5311 Fifty guests were invited to this CLOSE-TO-WALL INSTALLATION. UIIIJ : zto

delightful affair. NEWS EVERY THIRTY MINUTES
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"IfPs A Home
Quality .
CARD o.F THANKSThe
.. I 1C A Jim Walter Home" Smith family acknowledgeswith

i grateful appreciation the 1490 WINKLER ELECTRIC r $SERVICE

OTHER OFFICES: kind expressions of sympathy from- Mighty :
I OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA everyone on the death of our be-
loved Mother and Dad Mrs. Mat- 234 N: Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.4081PACE
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tie C. Smith and Jesse J.Smith r
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\ THURSHAY, MARCH 19 1930: !)
I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAG*! 1 TE
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i; 6------------- - Mrs. Henry Stefanelli visited I Mrs. J. L. Gentry attended the DuPont Announces .ffk! c.f the Superintendent of I'ul.- I f\". p e r rant of ..h? lace bid a< f '''e dale s-et f T the o.K-i.nic: ih" it-
! and Mrs. Sam Caruso and i nth !I'.' Instruction! in Stark KI -''la. "jso > .-uarjnt.-il that II.! .- i.iddrr, if a- cf.
Mr.
annual Parent's Day at Wesleyan I .
II o'clock AM. KST. .M-nday..ipril eta did the eur'-a.'t. will within j ji All l work 'IT'\II be d ne ,. .. ii-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli in College. Maccn, Ga.. recent- Changes In Plan 6. 1959! at wh'.h! time and i :en consecutive cairndar days after ance with rJ, ns. "r-cifK-aliow and
j Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. y. Her daughter Miss Vida For place all Kid revived will l ht" puh- [ written notice tning given of such contract di>.'c14ment relati" th.r..o
I Vacations i.Ij; opened and read aloud fur the I award. enter into a written contract I :'hich may I... examinn: at a,r office -
and Mrs. Bcbby Biggs and Jean Gentry, is a student there. following! items ,.f Anrk.IlrMiriBc : "v-th; the I iard of Public TnstrniI'ion of the Superintendent "fp'nblic{
VW )I I daughter Sonja of Montery. Mike Flynn spent last weekend and Hrli&hlirc Hampton "f Bradford (".."nty. Florida, in t! :.tru..tinn. Starke." Florida or at
Improvements in the DuPontCompany's I
%rlt...| I I a-_. cnrdan \"%iti the !ao-epted hid.'rue ;; tl.t'! offn-e of (.Join and >I..orf'i An hi-
i [Calif., where Mr. Biggs was discharged 5t Parris Island, S. C. and attend-" vacation plan includ- Tilork.. Hampton and RrmtLrr I i.u..ful bidder for Krwir.ip t.-cts. ames\iie.! Florida due "et
INThE NEWS after seven years' service, :d the graduation of his brother' ing four-week vacations for all rebnulaMa..tael.red I. and IlfliRhtinjr' Hampton Schein l 1el||: such plan- and i tut tract documents -
I spent Tuesday night with Mr. and from Marine Boot Training. !Science .:.|. p- ';. give a contract pcrformancet I i ia I and forms for hMding may be
employees who have fcr
worked meat and KnroHnrr. HradfnrdHick '101 payment In.nd satisfactory to <' :--<'nr"-l without dposit bv: Eleitricj -
t .,_ _._,_p_._ _.__ _._ _._ --(. Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. while en- Flower Plants: Asters, Carnations the company 20 years or more. SihnolNiInork l tii- IXiard in an amount equal to j j a1 or General I"ontra..torsfroii either -
I i route to Cocoa to visit with Mr. Daisies Dahlias Silvia for g'trice Itonmo, one hundred per cent of the contrail of said offices
. Miss Agnes Lawson of Panama Mrs. A. L. Slade and Miss Mary were :announced this week by C. Rradford IHcb V-bool ; price. j ji j|.I Krdderx' >ua1ifit,-ati c mu!!t l>ei
and Mrs. John Anderson. and others at Sistrunk's.Mr. R. Hager. manager of the Trail llfactory to the Itoard of VublicInstruction
j City and Mr. and Mrs. Charles I I Frances Slade of Edgefield, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and and Mrs. R. T. Cunningham,, Ride and Highland I nrndfonl HluhRr : .rhnul project" and items of work may. atbetr I of Bradford Countv.Horida .
plants.
. Lawson of Lakeland spent the were Tuesday overnight guestsof of Orlando ..ilimt TillKmtr.. far Sei.nre' disa-relion.," furnish, a The Board of Public In-
and were and .
family, and Tiffin Mabry Friday Sat
I This was one of two changes I Room. Hradfnrd llltli: :''Orluml i'lirf and payment bond rerr..rm-j 1m.iunt jstruction, ->f lradf rd <''nntv, Kl"r-'
weekend with their parents Mr. Mrs. W. S. Slade. Pat Cogdill spent the weekend in urday guests of Mrs. J. H. Fields i made to give Any bids rw red jft.>r the 1'P""I.j. : equal to one hundred per : ida re.-. ,i\,.s the ris'it I.. Naive in-
greater recognitionto
and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Betty Jo and Johnny Warren, Auburndale attending the Orange' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendnx and'son. ,' !I tied time and date will not i be < nn- 'nt of thi contract price .or (lca eerffieil f.inn.41t'! ."- ;Ji any lurt .,mI to reject
I lcng-;ime employees. The oth- .
dd"r..t. .PD'- or i-ashier's .hein ail 1,01.
Barney McRae is c-r.fir.cd in children of the J. D. Warrens, festival and visiting relatives. Dean, of Statesboro Ga. and ;r will allow 25-year people to occasionally -I Kath bid for any: I'rnJ.,t -.r nom t' >' hand of the IVard a.. a guarantor "In'.r Th. r.rd ..f I'ut.ii.i Inalru-,
underwent tonsilectcmies at Milton Dill of Jacksonville of work must .-"ml'ln.d; 10\ a that the of ..f I5i.idf.nl I'"nnt)'. Florida -
the Bradford County Hcspital;! for Mrs. Garl Mathews spent the spent l m ae terms! the < 'ntrart ( t ''i.
)! take as much as a six-i I rtifid h.-1. .>r ashler, lie-'k \\.11. l>< I emptied with :'
I observation and treatmen'. He I Bradford County Hospital on i past five days with Mr. and Mrs. the weekend with their parents I week vacation if they wish. They' (hid onda will not In aI- :No l iddrr ma withdraw hit hid( IU ii P Morgan Se,,rotary
Tuesday.Mrs. I Bruce Mathews and their new Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill. .t-ptahlo.) in the amount of for a period of thirty days after !-1!: It t-6:
weeks do this I
underwent surgery two ago I can by carrying over cne
\ Lola Garbett and Mrs. R. E. Theis of Washington. D.I .
R. oaby daughter in Gainesville. - -
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real was released and then .readmitted B. Cauffman attended the GirlFcout Attending the annual conven- C. spent Sunday and Monday with'or ation two to weeks a succeeding of their annual year. \"ac-I -- ._ ;. =- : -- : -- ::..< = .. - -

f on Monday. leader training course in I tion cf the Florida Education As- his brother-in-law and sister, Mr.|. All employees of from one
I'utilizer for lawns, flowers andtai4ns Gainesville to and :Mrs. K. G. Duncan.
Monday sociation: in Tampa from Thurs-
ten will continue to
: at Sistrunk's. I I day evenings of last Wednes-I day to Saturday are: Miss Madge Mrs. James Kinchen and children -,receive years two-week vacations with I WELCOME PIPELINE PERSONNEL

of Jacksonville' were visiting -;
Middleton, Mrs. Ruth Frazier pay, and those from 10 to 15 years
Iii IiiI Mrs. Willie Mae Denton Mrs. Lu- Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards' three weeks, Mr. Hager said. FROMGEM 1

I i cille Payne, Miss Della Rosen- and family on Saturday. I i Other changes made in the
COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT Co.
berg M. A. Payne, Beecher Payne. Mrs.Anderson P. E. Stone and Miss Annie > pian at the same time are: liberalization .

I J C. Hobbs, V. R Ferguson and of Archer were of attendance provisions I II
Wendell Duncan.Mr. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.! JEWELRY
STORE FRONT DESIGNINGAND E. M. Davis. Aso j I I that &n employee will receive
and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw of 2. vacation of he has received pay
INSTALLATION Nice line Easter Dresses ladies',
,
Jacksonville were Tuesday visitorsof
I I ifcr: time worked in 26 weeks in
Mr. and Mrs. Lavern. Outlaw. I and children at Stumps. the 12 months preceding the date "Starkc's Jeweler"
i Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Saturday Leading
Larry Van Ore of Winter Park
MASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE to 'ion whit.lhis: vacation begins:
Wednesday in Richmond
and Archie Green, both studentsof
i i payment of full vacation allow-
i
I I Va. attending the U. D. C. executive 109 EAST CALL ST.
U. of F. spent the weekend to eligible: employees who
11:1:I CALL C. E. EDGLEY with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green. board meeting. !jance I areI
Jan Mundorff I terminated regardless of the reason -
of '
Mrs. Paul Ponder of Madison. Oglethorpe WE; WILL BE OPEN TILL S IVM.: FRIDAY NIGHT
for the
leaving andi
'i company:
I I LAKE CITYJ,\Y 1227 NIGHT 19-W University is home this week tor
Ga. last
was Friday overnight
Spring holidays. |I i payment of 40 hours' vacation
of Mrs. W. '!
i guest G. Haile. week of vacation.
pay per
Mrs. R. o. Dansby of Starke
Mrs. Henry Stefanelli Mrs. and
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews ot WATCHES DIAMONDS I BIRTHSTONE
Randall Chism. and Mrs. Robert
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Wesconnett will be in Ozark, Ala.New Attorney
Shaller attended the St. Augustine
HORSE: Deanery meeting Thursday at the Thursday to Sunday visiting theIr'Opening Office AT A SPECIAL f ? RINGS I
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. M. An- .v 1
Bishop Kenny High School Cafe- drews. torium in Jacksonville. I !
I Mrs. Howard
. Salzman and
Flora Slade of Jacksonville
daughter Lise. of Washington, U. former president of Florida 1 ;1
r Beach will be home for the week C. are visiting her mother, Mrs.,i Blue Key the University of Flori- r-
end.
I M. H. Colley. Mr. Salzman 'will Ida's highest honor for student SETS FROM

AGING Tomato Plant at Sistrunk's. I join his family in two weeks. AI-C leadership, is opening law officesin

Miss Babs Lance .itudent nurse I Jerome Colley of Keesler AFB, Bi- Starke. $47.50 UpGent's

I at Charity Hospital, New Orleans loxi Miss was also home for the i Mrs. Doyle E. Conner said last

will arrive home Tuesday lor a i eekend. i j I.. week that William T. I Bill 1 Bas- 10.50 Up

month's vacation.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cash ot furd Jr. now practicing law in ELGIN Also Locking Sets

. FLORIDA'S ONLY PARI-MUTUCL and Mrs. J. G Kellum of South Pasadena Calif. s'pfnt; Friday Jacksonville, will share the new

I HARNESS'&'QUARTER .: Tallahassee were visitors of Mr. ; to Monday with Mrs. Cash's offices just opened by the Conner tel. $33.75

HORSE TRACKPONCE / ..nd :Mrs. J. T. Quigley last Fri- grandmother. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. 'insurance Agency in the Winkler Now Cultured Pearl Child's Bracelet and
Only
,, day.Miss Mrs. Effie Johns is visiting Mrs. ouiIdmR on Temple Avenue. $21'88

Barbara Bates, daughtero 1 F W. Webb in Hawthorne on Basford is expected to bring his Locket Sets
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates of I Thursday.Mr. 1 vife and two sons here by April Pendants SSe

I DE LEON L the State Farm was among six and Mrs. Hollis V. KnIghtJr. 1. He will continue to maintain Gent's Wadsworth OnlySweetheart SSe

new members initiated into Pi of Jacksonville Beach were(his offices and practice in Jacksonville -

Omega Pi, national business edu- visiting relatives in Starke on in addition to his office Reg. $35.75

cation honorary society, at Florida Saturday.Mr. j here. Sweetheart Pendants
"K
State University Tallhassee.Sen. and Mrs. Clyde Miller and :J Mrs. Conner said the insurance Now Only $2 1 .88 with Birthstone Diamond
Ed Fraser of Macclennyand children of Kentucky are renting office has completed its move your

9 RACES NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAYS his class of Bible School boys ,. the house at 719 Laura street. Air. from the former quarters on West

jHH-ial Arrangements for were in Starke Sunday afternoonto :Miller is a civil engineer for the Call St. The change was made to MANY :MORE WATCHES $2.95 Dinner Ring $18.95
POST TIME 8:15 P. M. I
view the famous oil Natural .
(croup Dinner Parties painting, gas pipeline construction.June ; train: more office space and more
DAILY DOUBLE & TelephoneAMherrf "The Feast of Belshazzar" at the I Hardy and Kathanne Peek parking area for clients.

Gospel Tabernacle.Col. are confined 'with measles. i

,... QUINIELAS 8-3441 and Mrs. Roy McCraw of Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr., Airs. K. Courthouse Getting THOUSANDS OF ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM

PONCE DE LEON RACEWAY Atlanta. Ga. were weekend guestsof B. Cauffman, Mrs. H. H. Kabb Jr.,
her brother and sister-in-law I Mrs. J. E. Hardy, and Airs W. H.I Inside Paint JobThe
1 17 Mi. So. of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams at their I Thompson Jr. of Starke Elementary Your Authorized Bulova and Elgin Dealer ,
r I Bradford County courthouse
Bayard Florida home on Bedford Lake. Col. and / PTA, attended a study course!
General SO 15 undergoing a this
Admission "facehfting"
Mrs. McCraw have just returned : on Home and Family Life given'
Sorry.( No Minors) week and not before it needed QUALITY GUARANTEED ''' REPAIRS Your R.R. Watch Inspector
J from a world wide tour. by Clay County Council in Middle-: i

I I Baby Chicks at Sistrunk's I burg on Wednesday.Mrs. I it. .. .. _- _\TCI.-J> __ ._ __ ._ __
C. D. Williams is spendmg Painters Dewey Williams and _:. .. _
I I II Russell McRae began work on the ._ '
this week in Ocala with Mr. and -. '' -
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I Mrs. Bill Clark. lower halls and stairways Tues- -- '., -_ :_ :Sh. :. __ _'. :. : : .. = _=_ _
day. Ceilings and walls
upper
':Mrs. Charles and
Hardy Jr.
c.1 daughter, Charlene. visrted Airs.I are being painted white and the
J' WELCOME 1 lower walls are taking on a light
G E. McCauley in I'alatka on
, I blue hue. Varnish is being applied -
Monday. to corner mouldings and 1 0y.l
I :Mrs.: Bertha Pearce. who under- tairway rails.Williams .
went surgery recently at Baptist
I and McRae bid J692
PIPELINE PERSONNELIBULLINGTON'S I :Memorial: Hospital Jacksonville
in tne original contract and Monday -
\ I i iq convalescing at the home of her
night were awarded an ad-
daughter, Mrs. Ed Ensor. m Jack-
ditional $100 for some extra workin
I sonville.

\ ( Mrs. Charles Fields and children Theirs the stairwell was the and only upstairs bid receivedon hall. ...," .... ..... '.', ,: : "" "'" "!'.,..,
If. of Jacksonville are spending this ...... \ .. .,t.
; the work. .. ..,.....
I .i I
week with her parents Air. and 'hl'l' ......1.,1 _. -" "I"i I
u.
! 'Mrs. O. W. White Sr. while Mr. t "
is showing our appreciation of your being with i Fields is on a fishing trip. Miss Dorothy LOwery of Orlando .,. ."...." 1- '110 _.. .. I 1
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of Air. and
was a weekend guest __ _
Easter Millineryjust = ----- New shape-new style
Large shipment ----
C I Airs. Charles ileister. _
values for received at Stumps. ,
us by offering some outstanding __
I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards; r. NOTICE J i fits like I a "built-in"I t 1.
and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards: Jr. and
I am in business for myself.
t Pre-Easter Shopping pleasure. families of Starke. and Mr. and
your I of Jacksonville ocated at the old Johnny Shadd Right out of 1959
Mrs. J. M. High
Don't forgeto
'lace 01 301 North. y ""
1I I 1 spent the weekend at Horseshoe.Mr. look irt; up. ,e production4
1I : and Mrs. M. L. Elder otKingsley SHORTY ALLEVS GARAGE = Giant 12.3 cu. ft. capacity
I Lake have moved to their
1 S1: 31 I S1: I :31Projector COLUMBIA: new home at 1231 uradlord street. About 3 Miles Out !Ir a Smart new "Polartotw"
4tp.421.1. L : color w -*
:Mr: and Mrs. Ralph K. rate and -- -- gam
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family of Jacksonville have movedto 'r New split (level! lighting
Camera Hi Fi Phono.
Movie ('_\ FOR nun
Dnve.
120S Johns
OTIfK TO ('o\TRTOR!% Modern Automatic Dtfrftt
Mr. and :Mrs.: Logan Baldwin tU.r..... F9orlda I
the weekend with Mrs Scaled bid will h* received l.yhe : -- Huge 80 lb. freezer
spent I
Board of Vubli"1 trurti"n! of'radfnrd I
29.95 39.95 110.00 Baldwin's son and daughter-in- rv nntv. Flnrirta :at th. i '7f Even the price is NEWS!

law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold GodWin. KS-1294 "
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in Lakeland. Mrs. Godwin returned .-

, with the Baldwin for an indefinite D ---
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Mr. and Airs. Alack rnEATar '
her parents


cx3 Records :"X20: : Williams.Nice assortment Easter HandBags STARFLA. PHILCO 4SLowAs '

I at Stumps. Fri., Sat. March 20, 21
Barry Van Devemer, of the Un Northwest Passage
ion Theological Seminary, Richmond -
Va. was a weekend guest o' Spencer Tracy, Robert Young 25OperWk'

With each Motorola, Voice of Music, or Columbia HI-FI Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews. ANDTorpedo 0

Phonograph purchased Fri. and Sat., March 20, 21. through Mrs. C.the Mayo J. Houpt Clinic. is in Rochester going Run

Minn this week. She wil! Glenn Ford Ernest Borgnine REFRIGERATORS

visit her son-in-law and daughter Diane Brewster. Dran Jones

i Mr. and Mrs. V. W Strickland Jr Plus Cartoon 0

Recorder 99.95 4.TubeRadio. 19.95. I in De Moines Ia. enroute home. ',, : ''''ijj.".:
Tape
SUN, 310N. TUES. ., kUlan;:!__

,March 22, 23, 24 I

l Raw 'Wind In Eden BIG FAMILY SIZES

.;*then Williams and Jeff Chandler
HAWKEYE CAMERA AND FLASH 6.00
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Illustrated Philco R5-893--* _
For Life

} Hallmark Greeting Cards for Easter Bradford County Hospital announces Gordon Scott 8.4 cu. ft. capacity Door Shelves for eggs 1 I9 1

I the following births: Plus Color Cartoon for Children Extra big 32 Ib. freezer jars and tall bottles i:_ try q _

( Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter of Deep, full-width chiller Milk shelf holds half-

:Maxville a daughter. Robbin Re- Wed. Thur. March 25, 2E drawer ,y. gallon cartons

nay. Mar. 11. Horror Of Dracula 13.0 sq. ft. Shelf Area Porcelain; ;interior 4 l
Mrs. Hulon Herndon "Polartone" InteriorColor -
Mr. and New
Ieter CnsJiing. MelKsa Stribling Warranty Philco RS-893
BULLINGTON'SSTUDIO of Lawtey twin boys, Ronald and AND 5-ytor

Donald, Mar. 12.

_ Mr. and.Mrs. Freeman: :Benedictof
Stark, twin daughters; Pa- The, Thing That C. H1 NASWORTHY PHILCO DEALER

& GIFT SHOP tricia Ann and Pamela Sue, Mar. Couldn't Die

13. William Reynolds, Andra MartinMas -

lot "'. CALL ST. PHONE ''"4-7271 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearsall/ of "Chapter >o. 11 :Serial and :310 EAST CALL ST. --STARKE- ., FLA.t .

Hampton a son, David Michael Cartoon for Children. .. '- -
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SfV BRADFORD COUNT 1' TELEGRAI'II. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. MARCH 19 1939I



I I will not !be NOTICE responsible for local Chapter or special 1342$. legislation Law of amending Florida,

I Starke Was the Band any Acts of l,:;. to authorize the cjty*
on Wagon debts) contracted by anyone other j I c-f tarkC!'. Florida to issue bonds, _
than myself personally.Paul A. certificates and other obligationspayable

M )'. U. S. Coast Guard. i I producing from facilities revenues and of from income the

Ztchg 3-2 j iroceeds of excise taxes and further
District Meet .- ) :: _. authorizing uch Iwndis certificates
I ,OTI( .: OK LR<;|SL.1T1O\ end other obligations to be issued
) J- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: without the approval of a freeholder

floods City \otnI I IA hereby given of intention election or a referendum.
to apply to the \9;}!9 Session of ('IT'OF STARKE. FLORIDA _
-- the Florida Legislature for passage Ty is) Carl Johns Clerk
ua *:
I-, an act It 3-t'
With StudentsShortly .....y1 a .*a. '-. To Amend! Seolion I and Z of

&J' -- Chapter : 13S. Laws of Fl"ri- \OTICK OF 1\TE\TIO\ _
1t F I da IS3> by a Special Act of the REGISTER FICTITITOtS %.\MP.
after daylight last Saturday Legislature providing an exrlnrhe Notice is hereby given that the
; \ : rnrthod by which the undersigned under the provision _
huge school busses began 0 '.. r j I City f'f Starke. Florida may of Chapter :&S53.! Laws of Florida,
rolling into Starke and pouring $% S Ica.T. elI or abandon the! Municipal Acts of I1I. will register with the

forth eager young high school ,); r- *t) : '' I Light and Water Plants. Clerk of the! Circuit Court. in and _
; a for Bradford Florida
: by providing that such provision County. upon
musicians some 2,919 strong. I I I ; will also l>e applicable to receipt of proof of publication of
Before the last band dispersed rui1 t: qit I the leasing sale or abandonment this notice the fictitious name of
-S--- ,; ; of a Municipal Gas Plant. Slade Gas Company under which I
: -
ust before midnight, the students -- .- s) Car' Johns. City Clerk. am engaged in business at 33: _

their directors, and admiring ,, ...1'...', It 3-19! West Madison St. Starke. Florida.
.' rl'" ').... -. Flora J. Slade 10 per cent owner'
followers had oomped and .. -:. L.. .. # ""OTIC". J4:O Fast Call St Starke. Florida.
tooted tnrough countless solos =Notice- Is hereby given that there Dated this' 17th day of March.
and ensembles. consumed 4,272 Just a few of the x-hool trusses that crowded BUS campus will bf 'Introduced in the IS5> II...- ". D.1If': at Starke. BradfordCounty. _
lion of the Florida gsIature.SeIIIt Florida. 3-194t 4-'
Cokes l.COO hot dogs, 2.500 cafeteria during the" district hand contest last Saturday. Others lined

., meals I consisting of 800 the streets north and net of the school.
half chickens and 300 pounds of Rent It TranVIt'

ham; 90 dozen doughnuts, 210

servings of cafeteria cake, and )1..... Jenelle Hod.n (the former Miss Jenelle .- .- ------- __

countless pies, cookies, and cake Hutrhings of Starke) and Mrs. Loui-e Dodson, Supply nicks<< were kept busy all day bringing I WITH TELEGRAPH} CLASSIFIED
and
in Band Parents
brought by
Trenton band supporters enjoy a picnic lunch on Cokes and hot dogs to the three refreshment stands

friends for benefit sale. I..ertU. ()lId... Charge) __ .TV _
the tailgate of stationvagon that hauled hand in set. up at the school and t'SO.lIa.tin 20 WORDS OR LES!* Our
Gross itceipts on food and gate EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 ------___ ___ 4e Per W."
stniments tw Starke.
receipts for the Marching Band :20% Disror o\ REPEAT INSF.RTIOXS! *AMK ADs
1 -
Contest at the stadium Saturday .. : ADDITIONAL FOR BUND ADS! OR ADS! SOT PAID PI APVAlfCB.!'

night totaled close to $3.000 and % : .
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .-_ ------ 'LZ$ Per I.efc Pint Ia ertf.M
at least another $2,000 must have .. $1.00 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED OXE OR MORE TIME

been spent off campus. Local restaurants -

drug stores. dime stores. -:- CARDS: OF THAXK (r. T. H Wor.) --- -_ O.MOYKR

and thesties all reported rushing _. : 50 WORD! ..u____ --------- 4 O.la Per W.r'
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business during the day. ; 1tIF..OH'" I." kfl RF. 01.tTTI0"It. -_. 4 Pests Per W.v4

Officers of the BHS Band Par- -
I NOW. The ultimate In prestige.! SCO
ents Association will meet Friday KEROSENE ENGRAVED business
cards $1M5
night at 7:30: in the Chamber I SMOKELESS ODORLESS .ngravlng at this low prll'e.Bradford .
of Commerce office cn Temple .:
.S County Telegraph tf
Avenue to "figure up the profit." 15.9 Per Gal

All persons with outstanding bills
: AT YOUR IMPERIAL f'RF.E-Doublf' cylinder hook up
against the Association are askedto fur cost them A small part sif the croud that consumed 2,500 meals and tfchg
present before this time. SERVICE STATION
The net proceeds will be used to; countless cakes, pies, and cookies In the BUS cafeteria during p ,' -- -

make April payment cn the new the day. --s-- Hiway 301 North Starke H'IT \.:W

uniforms for the BHS Band. : S Wr are Ihe sal? Realtor I In Bradford

After the concerts and solo -. : MLL COMM? mrUlttf aen ..mm la "..rkC'.
L. lnce III53 .. .
b
>r sold 6T fI' tkeMnew
events held throughout the day in 1 IiI----- --L -4- .- -. .. ......... We ka'eI .f lhe..e
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High School Band unloads at BUS .
the USO and the elementary cafe- _j_ cam FISH SHRIMP etc borne fw sale sew. There I.

torium, the District :Meet was pus. This was one of the Mnallest schools represented OYSTERSFish A)egf i>ailifaell.hwme new. and aad a pride being I.the byylng first'

climaxed by a Marching Band Crutches were no handicap for this staunch supporter in the district tn wrap It. !lie nee thrnr ale new

Contest in the BHS stadium of Jacksom ille' Pa-\on: High Band as he Dressed If Desired .....f'" today. Pick eel ..e sad let
me aUe f99 the price and .
starting at 7:22: p. m. and con- followed musician across U. S. SOl after Ihiconcert Prevatt Fish Market I" h, mak rapltvl laventmeat term la _____

cluding around midnight. Each ml"et.rlil A large down p.)_... Keep yearmoaer
in I'SO.
617 E. Brownlee St. In >.nr baalaeaa where" it
of the 39 participating bands .\,. : will make r.m m.rr ....,. aad boy
was allotted eight minutes to Ph. WO 9-1091 >.ur new .... wilh a Illlle d wB _
.
t .. and ....(hl, paymeala Ilk. r....
its show before
present packed
a
There arr .. bellrr homea than
stadium. WE HAVE a new loan program for our home and they are new.
farmers. Loans OL 1 to 6 years
During the afternoon the visit-
for the entire credit requirements ) %. J. THOMIS nKI.TOR _
ing students were entertained at !' of the farmer and his fame SOS Trmplr Ate. Tel.!' UO "- 1.1
a Record Hop, sponsored by the ily. Gainesville Production Credit'
Association, CO ;,.,rtb Main
City Recreation Department in Gainesville. Fla. tfch I

cooperation with Radio Station L I C.MR TAX SEHICEPHONE
RADIOS REPAIRED
WROR. which provided the mu- AU Makes AU Model WO4-I1D5 021 W. Pratt SI.

tic in the American Legion home. leacoaable Charge caaraatee 'all after S p. _. M.aday.Frlday.
__ MIEPHERirS RADIO TV All day "...rll.,..
BUS Rates High _
laman Green. Owner C. K. HatebcMa
The Bradford High School band zs! W. Call St. Fboae WOf-UII ehg. e.,
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rated high in the day's competition Majorette of the I'. K. Yonge band get<< in a few final practice Stark Fla.

receiving two superiors and twirls before marching event comes tip. I GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding In- grown.CITRUS Also, bearing Plum, fires Carnr, container
vilatiorrs with double 100 Apple-
envelopes -
one excellent in concert. sight II Pear, Hood and Paliwin fig
I for $21.95. Bradford Cour'r Tele-
reading, and marching. All groups' Debate TeamIn Science Fair era ph tf Uraperines.. Shade Persimmons Trees Camellias, eta Evergreens -
over
are graded on the basis of superior JacksonvilleFor j, FOR RE Furnished first floor 400 varieties. Azaleas, fine plants
excellent good fair and apartments.' Close' In desirable '0.1 full of bud and bloom. See our
Scope Is WideShades t- cation. All Conveniences. W. plants for quality. We are located
:
poor. TournamentThe tJ. =Nollman., Z8y. ll.dson St. tfchg I' miles east of Keystone Height
In the solo competition seven on liinay 100. Thousand nf plants

of the eight BHS ccntestants rated Bradford High debate team. of Thomas Edison J. LAKE GENEVA 4-4S55.-0. C. Carne =Nursery- I'hone )IU
I J.t Florahome. Fla.
superior. Margaret Ann Dink- composed of George fatten. Galileo Newton and Harvey! i. ... h.. TRAILER PARK tf

ins Harold Tyus. Sally Ann Ep Franklin Ritch. Mary Katherine An electric chair for "dirty '! t ... Large Lots High Dry and XO MONET DOWN Zenith

person. Terry Walters Bob Smith Wainwright and Judy Kelly, is rats", diagrams of the human -" -. -- ..__,___. .-,-----.,. Washing Machines, now at DA-
Carolyn Pellum. Sammy Warren, competing in the National Forensic body and geological stratification Bill Marshall of Dnl'ont High (Jacksonville) is Beautiful IUrFln -- tfchl'

and Cookie Mathews were the so- League tournament being held rrimature planetary systems: Bobby Newman and Bob Smith BUS Drum Major : busy unpacking his instrument but not too busy $15 MONTh! FREE LAUNDRY HOUSE FOR SALE-Corner lot.

in: Jacksonville today. repaint their pmk elephant hand mascot after ::0 note a pretty girl passing situated 326 N. Myrtle St in Pinehaten -
loists. Two twirling trios composed hanging from the ceiling, lights by. Large, CleanVUsh Rooms! Subdivision
I Contact
cf Cookie Mathews. Kay They will go to the Southern flashing and buzzers buzzing! some jealous visitor had doused it with green paint. (PHOTOS BY WALT Imn n.\W) DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT E. Henderson at Doyle E Mrs.Conner W

Hart, Kay Christmas and Vir- Speech Association tournament in These were just a few of the Ins. .Agency WO 4-4501 or WO 9IH4I -

tihia Erwin Joe Smith and Sandra Ixjuisville" Ky. on April 3. sights and sounds that met the Funeral TuesdayFor Trials Booked : and impioper exhibition of a IS 3li. SE of Starke on SR 100 Ztrhg :t-"

Shealy rated superior. A Two weeks ago the team talked eyes and ears an estimated 1.000 Mrs. WilliamsIn I : dangerous: weapon were dismissed. Phone Keystone Hts. 4320 For cabinets, bookcases, boats et-
its into 6th in the State made to order. See G. L. ..
brass sextet composed of Sammy way place visitors to the Science Fair in the In Simon: Mitchell paid $7.50 court ; N. Cherry St. Yarhei4
Debate Tournament held at the County Starfcc, Fl t.
Warren Perman Roberts, Bill USO building last week. Jones ChapelMrs. costs and had a charge of assault FOR s.\IE Phony WO 4-5134: SIp 4-1"

Dockstader Harold Tyus.: Glen University of Florida. The new Charles Cowen. BHS faculty I rnd battery against him dismiss- The remaining lot of $l.fiO> screen I II Tlark
laurels came hard on the heels of Louise Mahone Williams Judge's CourtJudge ed. doors!' telling, for 50c. Also reduced I Apartment For Rt'ntbtt..
.
Tomlinson and Bill Moody rated member and director of the fair. prices on large size windows, used rooms furnished cottage Electric
excellent. the District Two championship the said the event was such a success wife of Nat Williams of Starke bath tubs comoden, lavatories tables I kitchen ar.d enclosed porches, CouI -
tf'am'on in February at Jacksonville died suddenly Sunday afternoon I chairs, outside benches, all piC' L"f'IIO..nt Rd. 1 1-% miTe: cross
'This of the that made to A.
was one largest plans are being T. Yawn will hold Lawtey CouncilTo I 1-ridR-e. Pox 441)
can be bought at big =Need- tf'hg
University. savings.
district band contests ever held in make it an annual affair. fcllcwing a brief illness. She wasa I County Court sessions next week i ij I It room for other material.

Florida. I I C. L. Overturf. BHS faculty "We made but native of Burlington, Vt. and after Come in and look around whethf HELP W.\\T.D. HALE
some mistakes a hearing this week at HELP
I j II j ji US FIND TillS
member is instructor of the team. Re-roof Shed TEACHER--
need
had resided in Starke for more you anything or not. No> ,'l -ase
them hich pass this
can profit by and have an i trail dates for 25 persons obligation. W. T. Jackson ad on to some man

HOMESTEADERS THAT II.\\',, NOT SIGNED FOR 1959: ven better Fair next year," Cowen than 50 years coming here from 1 were set.Persons. of Big Pad Factory phone in rear WO i ous teacher to earn or principal at least\ who is ambiti-
Vermont. She was a member of 1 For Center UseThe 4-4001) and ,. $1,000 this sum
ask for
said. to Mr. Ghames. .r. This
Below is the list of Homesteaders who have not filed a renewal application "Altogether we were very I be tried are: Dallas vacation position will
the First Baptist Church. I chg par the right teacher 1,000
pleased with results. He expressed Pay Crawford. Rufus Randolph to II.
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for 1959. If your name appears on this list you will l not be Surviving are her husband. Nat I "I 0 depending on ability and length
his thanks to those who Hutchinss, Phillip David Thomp- old Lawtey straw berry plat or vacation. lie must have
eligible for the exemption unless you bring your application to Gene contributed their time and effort Williams; two daughters Mrs. j ton. Van Alan Copeland and form will be refloored and windows RK U ESTTK p.n U.S .rvcrd. good work habits, eXl't'II"nt good
Long Tax Assessor on or before April 1st. 1959. Those applying for Gladys Harrington and Mrs. J. rhararter Also an opportunity for
to making:: the first showing uc- I Clarence Williams all for driving repaired for use as a community On. rl.r M 100 ft. \tj 42ft: feel with 1).r01an..nt figure

the 1st time must come to the office in person.N. cessful.Cowen. D Seymour; two sons Palmer and L while intoxicated. I center. according to a resolution large preen reed. PrIce '::.110"""' l'Otliti"n. Write in confidence management, giv

r:. Hayes 1J.. Whelan K. t). TinierMyrtie said 157 projects were Edwin: Williams; and six grandchildren Wailen Sapp Fred Blocker and I passed by Lawtey City -% acre*. sire> .lle for llmtborne. rc.afr,, ; subjects mg ag.aught education, and Phone extracurricular number

J, C. IlarrellJohnie ? George: J. r:,.tesKiiretta :MrKinney entered in the competition anda I all of Starke. Clyde Johns for assault and bat-I Council.A I Price f7.VI.oo.: .diTitit'8 tu It. R. Page, ,)(gr., UU

1). Crews : Strong Annia' Webb total cf 124 awards were made Funeral services were held In Wry. Clyde Johns also is charged portion of the platform was' I Perfect born, .. 1'ary :oiL. .Jax ?. Florida. 3lchg 3-19
Ernest Mabry promlaeal sired
II. K.
I
T. K Ca TyusMrs.
Annie BchofieldR. Collie Griffis sy. Jr. J. I' Roberts for ratings of superior. excellent. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at with using profane language inn closed in some time ago by the Price f'M.Oon.00 Milk, rea..anbleIrrm HKLP: W\TED, FKMALK

H.I! ( tePn. Jr. I't'ah CrawfordV. E1U: Mae Tudor good and honorable mention. 3:30 p. In. Tuesday with Rev. L. public place; Lawtey Lions Club and further .*. ARE YOU THE TEACHER WERB

\V.. C.C. Hicks StalnakerU. R. FergusonArnett Thoni: |>km'" Mary> I X.>esue Bennrttbie Individual entries from high : D Haines officiating. Burial was Hilton Waldron and Robert Ty- work has been done from time to A. J. THOVM4 RKtl.TOR or UiOKINU guidance FOR counselor-Ambitious may qualify teacher

Ruth Dukes!' Adam!' Nathan Rauli-rson Rosa Ie Ghent school students totaled 128 while I in Crosby Lake Cemetery. ton Jr.. petit larceny; Clarence time. When this last work is p S03: Temple( .\.-e. T.'. WO 4-5701 r'r this professional advisory pro
.-\. 7.. Padgett Julia WhitneyNathaniel Rosa Liggelte. Esl.A. the Active pallbearers j.ram. You can earn $1,000 to |1.-
John B. Griffis. Est. Whitney IS. Randolph eighth grade submitted 17 individual were Ressie Harrington worthless check; Ru- completed an effort will be made :oi> this summer. No formal teaching -

J. S. Griffis Annie Hampton M E. Roberts!' entries. The first second 1 Colscn. John Manning, Ralph by Thompson. improper exhibition to furnish the center so it may be IIBGISTERED Meat Typo Hamp Involved, but skills utilized and

N. D. GriffisJaa George Williams Kt Al Alfrrd Barnes and third grade groups competed : 2ryon, Vasco Hazen Van Mc- of a dangerous weapon and malicious used by local groups, both young shire. Hogs. Florida's largest 100p rewarded. Write in confidence
giving
Rosier En.H-li: Strong Ida !>'e Molden -r cent Production Registered dista. I. age. qualifications, phone
Mrs. Mamie Lee Clark Lea ton U. Morgan. Jr. Je'sie uion ;among themselves, as did the Crary, and Lacy Silcox. injury; Emma Mae Armstrong people and adults. The project L .>e fre herd. ty: quality with nnmbr to R. R. Page, Mgr., 1143

G. L. Sapp L. "'. Morgan Sr.Vasio Clllip Mae CummIngs fourth, f>ith and sixth grades. piofane language in a 1-as l been backed by Mayor C. K. assurance Mrs. Russell O'Steen. .Mary Sf.< Jai 7, Fla Stehg r 3FOR -"
Drew Reddish Underhill :S.illie: Williams Mayo.( Fla. Swift, 4-2S7 4lchg 4-,
The Miss public place; Shuford and the motion was maaeby SALE-Oood
Paulk
leraaining entries
Jim Yarbrough J. E. Parrymore Alr!! Mike Marucca were Sings Bermuda and
U J.:. Yarhroiigh Dennis W. Criffis lx-ona U Sapp from Latey Jr. High. BrookerJr. And Harold D. Sotheri, no drivers Councilman Paul Dinkms. seconded FOR SALE-I row Holland Trans fahia l.: wter Grass Hay. V. R. ,Ferguson..

Robert r:. Paterson Mrs. Merrill I Prevail )'Irs.V. B Mundjr High three For Miami Club license and failure to have by Councilman W. P. Kemp. planter. Good conditkm. If. H.Mott. 4tp :J.J'
sections of the I
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R. L. demons Otis j E. UachH. E. I Mathewsfil.tdv Brooker. Fla. Itp
R U Reddish F. CriffisRa << : Harrington seventh grade and the Starke \ehicle under control: Richard I jid unanimously passed. FOR SALE at Kingiley( Lake, 'approximately -

J. H. McCarthy Emanuel >mond Crews Nat WilliamsMarvin Junior Science Club. Miss Sylvia Paulk spent the Williams reckless driving, willful lot RENT2 hedroom unfurnishedl.cu front to settle 2 Iota estate., beaotifnl Write lake
Bernard Howard Crews <;riffi weekend in Miami where she was !'. April I. 472 West Madi. ministrator P. Ad
and wanton Ernest B. McChes- n O. Box 971
; ,
ReddishAgnes Starke,
R. D. Willard CarltonPurvis L. L. Libby the featured entertainer W. C. T. U. ft Contact U K. Whitehead. Waldo. Florida.
Thomas Griffis Carrie p. Ed\\tirds Jailed For AssaultA at the ney, improper license tag: Edward I Fla. Ztchg 3-2C Jtchg 3."
Frasler Kelley. Est. Bruie TysonKrnest Mrs. 1R Matthrns Exchange Club banquet on Thurs- I FOR KALE
Adkins. passing stopped school I -An
A. C. EUIs TillS IS TilE PLEDGE THAT established going
mlth Hell Rrowardkridg@ I day evening, Mar. 12sP z-vf t; Loveringi fUR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnishedhouse part time buAinC8!' In and
Harold IX bus Leland around
Mrs. Lloyd unlawful
Klliott Tysu.nOli C F. Hoover 36-year old Starke man was ; FRANCES E. WILLARD SIGNEIWHEN ) Keystone. Ideal
X. XV. Rhetta & :SusIe l W. S. day evening. Mar. 12. The ban- Contact Peterson's Dairy work for student
er Tyson. .:.-t. MrNon ) speed or retired
j jailed ; AS A Farm. llchg teacher. Present
:Manaell Rollin/ on a charge of assault and ouet I GIRL SUE ANDALL owner
Herbert
Gren: J31undorrr was in honor of the Exchange overage. Phone. S702
DyalW. And Charles Prevatt. Charles I I IXnight : for particulars.
IT. D. Oscar DellJames Woodrow p. Griffis battery last week. I TIlE OTHER MEMBERS
H. Hall L. M. Club state president Ray FOR RENT-Furnished apartment. _3tchg 3-19
K. Franklin Gatlin Edward Johns Robert !
OF HER
James K MoCormiok James Deputy James Hamilton arrested M. FATHER'S FAMILY k Bedroom living room, dinette, ki t-
Ernest
C. .\. Crurn II Chilly I who is also president I'I FOR SALE-2
; Roland bedroom
Jose
George Rivers Elmer R. Shell W. E. Williams'R. Melvin W. Henley on L cf the 7ancey Mikell. USED TO REPEAT: hen and private bath. Gas heat porch partly frame house

N. H. Starling Rosa: Lc.. Thomas L. C Thomas March 5. The warrant was signedby I Florida Children's Home, Rivera and Leonard C. Beebe, ,( "A PLEDGE WE MAKE NO Mr" f) I. SiIon. 3St Clark St Itch. ; Rig yard tfnfarew enclosed and F. sunroom Reddish
Mfcck Griffis!' )Ir!'. N. B. Society. Also present
George GriffinTom Rosier was Jack
: malicious injury. These men are Zil N. Cherry St.
Arvis C. Kirkland Marks Ernest Phillips Ruth Ellen Starling. Bail on L Dew of Jacksonville i WINE TO TAKE Phone WO 4-9751.
N. L. Starling Milton D. Carter W. J. piHld. Jr. Henley was set at $250. past state prisoners at Raiford State Prison I NO BRANDY RED. THAT FOR 2trb! 3.11'
president Stl.R
W. M. Reddish Queen Esther ..irppnrthur C1. London, Jr I of the Exchange Club. and are accused of destroying i TURNS TIlE HEAD SALLY TISO PROPERTY
I. R. Thompson Rot ,t'. : FOR
Emma ert
Parker. Kft.! Ward \prro\lmm1rlr J% Mere. :SAO 'it SALE or trade for
prison property. I property In or
P. B. Johns
Joe Brady M NOR WHISKEY
Morris K.: -t. I.eod HOT, THAT lake frnntage. Plenlr *f sba<; near Tampa. ace C.
Ruth A.
T.W I.H. Norman Green C. E. Leaeh c'urt;!' T. l..-eHrr'wrt Morgan Laundry Harper Lee Marie Robert J.F.Durand Perry Kite Several people did not appearat I MAKES THE SOT Tree. bitch ..d *rj. 9X5: 4IO C.... Vllllama ewelrr. Williams.4tp 4.j
R I. Ellington Ghames
Arlie J. Dobbs ThomasJTIIKS Joe Griffis L. Ethel Nathaniel Crummel the hearings and forfeited their I NOR BREWER'S FOR
Walter Pearce Keaves BEER
FOR SALE
\ Sullivan! William Lealha Shingles FOR !* LR -J acres with 4 room
Cdwin StarlingJames Jo> Harmon l.'tin.ml B. Register. Kane LaneLydia Robert W. DrakeNellie Patterson bonds. They wereLangford 1 THAT WE FEAR house bath. 3 miles north of

SappenfU-ld WainwriglitAlbert Will IVnnettB. Jr. Joe FrasierRroadway LewisHarold ", Clarence p. & Wini Smith. no drivers license, $35; I. AND CIDER TOO WILLNEVER 12 aere :Xn: ft .. paved !State High- Stark en Highway J01, Route i.
T. Marshall James Roree fred war' earner 11. Old ... '. .4rrmfarllltlen. HOT t4 :Mrs.i. Tf.rk.
I: :McRae Crawford m ?tp '.n
Thomas wann & CainesN" W. .. Arthur N. Shearing and William '
Alfonso A.alleac. ,
Jt-nKins Sr. DO. .
Small ..
: Adolph) Gay W. Laura. E. Simpson .- &r.u'.
W. P. Kemp W. V. HendersonMinnie j. M. Ednards Man..P.etta.el"! Susis Donald C. Jones M '.aw.. *>d Hioabilltr B. Warnock. improper paSSing'1!I TO QUENCH OUR THIRST "'.100. Ask .....! lermo.RTHOI'T FOR RENT-Unfurnlshed 3 bedroom
Earl Prevail Smith J. L.n.lrC'w's Clem Henry V. h"'rC'a. *50 each Joel Meade | house. |4* Pr mo. Intersection
; I
\ GriffisVasco (.
Constance "W. % WE'LL ALWAYS
,r. B. Devine F. V. Graudm Roman 11.h.arC' F-arnhill Cecil Moore BRINGCOLD RKILTY COMP1XT of Coney R4. and Highway 100, '
Ed Denefield rharle' E. Smith :! Forsyth Jr. proper passing.! $75: : : W H. NWpel. Jr. Koy ( rlffi. Ruth Pokes Adkin! WATER FROM TilE WAt Pt. 2tP S.!,.'
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M. L. Crews J: C. Ricks K. :<'. Edward* James'* M. Thomas Norman )Ir': B. F. Pendarvis And Bob Roedel carrying wea-> Jbaie Haa.ea> Rep.
Florence Williams Rffie: Mae Jordan Comer )I. Edward, Ponglas n. II. Reece Mary Kitlles ': WELL OR SPRING: 5 Mi. !*. 301 Ph..e-H0 8-2831 SINGER *EWJX0 MACHINE with
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!'sie Alexander without
Clifford Kelley I>-on Dicandio pon a permit $150; Fred Slarke attachments S
Fred J. W. Barber .1. T. Pollard Jo' Elton Ellis and C. up payments. Payments
W. Banks.
Arthur William Zraner Jones Rouse R. RandolphVlrjrie un-j IPETUAL I HATE IU25 wkly
Sam BrownCarrie D. F. McK.ie Florence nark E t. fizzle Ira Andrew lawful FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame hoas r.r SU.t. total bat Phone Gain'9
SullivanWiley speed. $50 each; and Maxie e.
Marshall Harold KppsW. Victoria Mack( Williamson Virgie Flynn! Flynn >I TO ALL THAT CAN LVTOXI- 2 porches. 100 z 100 ft. Jalousie vm FR -2-tis.. Free Delivery
John & Pauline C. Powell W. Mrs. C. F. Hoover Carter Jr., unlawful speed. $25. j '
Columbus Brooks W. H. :Maxwell O. Collins I CATE." windows. Will take }'00 for my 4tp 4-'
Devore! EdgRrVilkrri'on! Eugene Ferguson Ovella Perry Franklin Case 1..1.1Iundy Mary Bryant Davis entered a'I equity (12 Collins Place or phone
Richard SmilhGuy II. H. houston Richard Sanders Bobby Joe Hall ''". :M. Edwards Mrs. W. : Hendrith A. R. Johnson Charles Edward plea of guilty to driving while )I Milch cow wfth
I'ail\ Johnson" F. E. E. Steel Burns I MISS WILLARD IS THE ONLYWOMAN or without calf
Edgar Williams Blam-h B. Edwar.ls Pavul II Montgomery! Mrs. J.Trw't.Dickinson Virginia Moore Willie! Mack intoxicated and was sentenced to I LINOTYPE OPERATOR wanted for Thone"Ronald. Andrew WO 4.C!'.
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GrrenKenneth BE HONORED
Laura Coy Robert G. Julia Albert I.. IN J
Johnny H. GasqueS. M. truth Iuvnja Smith William II. Hall Jr. A. J. Carver )Irs.. 31. L. pay $150 or serve 30 days in jail. HAVING several mcnths. Three to five days o' fr-
P. F. Goolsby William H. Hall Joseph Ethin La Porte Scoggin HER STATUE IN THE work per wc>ek. Ideal for FOR -
setup retired !
T. Starling. Jr. Carl Ritch Thorna. L. Gilmartin A. J. Carver paid 7.50costs on I SALE-Lake front lots near
Elmer I. Johns' W. A. SwindellGenera Bessie, I. Cochran HALL OF FAME WASHINGTON operator. Will need April I. Key"tilHI. .
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Abner Yarbrough :Mrs.' C F. Hoover Floyd Stewart I Will accept rar or hous*
Sumptrr E. Geiger lIt>r!>t'y George A. Palmer each of two charges of using profane -[ Write or call Claude Crowson. Bradford traUej
Fred Smllli Ruby Thompson Fannie D. C. m Jradetf H. O- Bollin
J. V. Johnson Sr. Crummel
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STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1939:



I Council To Sponsor Special Acts KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Bryan University Singers {



Raising Pay Of Members And Mayor I 'o.. rt} Found: One Very Wet Little Mary Boy K.Muir.Schaeffer I To Appear At Park-of-Palms

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A raise for Councilmen and be mounted on 40-foot poles.I Monday afternoon. Police Chief Local Man Writes For Magazine .- ----- #

]Mayor and a lengthening of terms Prices quoted per unit installed: N Jack Haberstrch received a call The current issue of Tropical

for certain city officials will be !.Aluminum poles. $318; steel poles .from S. F. Batton on Route 21, Life Magazine, published in Miami -I -
asked in local bills authorized by 1237.44; wood poles. $142.19. The :saying that an unidentified little contains an article on 1 Aj

Keystone Heights Town Councilat latter were recommended as most I boy was at his home in a very "Grape Growing in Florida",

its March 10 meeting.On cconcmical. damp condition. Jack went after written by J. H. Tullis of our j I\ K!
motion of Councilman Gene I I The following members of the I .the young man and took him to city.

Williams it was voted to have I!.committee were present and introduced the Haberstroh home where Mrs. CHrls Softball Team To Be Ae -.
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City Attorney Myron Prevatt i to Council by Mayor Haberstroh get busy to find him Sponsored By Junior Woman's : '

draw up bills for introduction at]I.Beasley: Elbert Altman Frank .borne dry clothing and to dry out Club -..'-'-' : __ '
the forthcoming legislative ses- I Harris Mrs. Camille Stewart and his shoes which had undoubtedlybeen The Junior Woman's Club of I Svy

tion providing: Mrs. Gena Christoffers. in every puddle from the Keystone Heights met on 4\
1. That the Town Charter be I Councilman Chairman H. L. city to where their owner was day evening. Mar. 12. at Thurs-I 9 ;
amended to permit Council to Ownbey thanked the committee found. man's Club. Mrs. Tom wO-1 ; III$4 i

increase the salary of the Mayor and referred the recommendationsto : After questioning, it was found president presided at the
and Councilmen from $2 per l the proper council committee. that. the boy was 5-year-old Har .19. E. T. Marten told the club of I r
meeting to $10 per meeting not of Mr. and a Summer Recreation program
i I Bill Beam, president of the ry Bleasaale r. scn
tc exceed three meetings per..I Keystone Lions Club said his organization Cong Matthews Mrs. Harry Bleasdale of Airy which will be carried on in Keystone -I r: E ) 1
month. :; this year. He asked the Club!
Acres Lake Geneva. Little Harry
would like to maintain
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2. An amendment :if they would s A
increasing booth at the coming Southern i Annual Meeting and his mother had come to townto sponsor a GirlsSoftball
the term of office of Mayor Tax ?ki Association Meet to be held in visit his aunt and uncle Mr. Team as a part of the' The Gospel Messengers of Bry- :oentz soprano. Hot Springs, N ts! Ill. Greta Sorrell. alto Erlan-

Collector and Tax Assessor from ,July. He was told that Keystone and Mrs. Samuel Bleasdale who program, and they agreed to do! C. John Bartlett, baritone. di- ser Key : and Miss Jimmie

one to two years.Concerning Bea'ch had been reserved to the Of Electric live on Citrus Ave. and Harry so. appear irctor and dean of men and pro- \Woods I not in photo 1 J.iolin1..<.t
annexation of ad-"I Ski Meet Committee and that Clay apparently bored with the adult Names were presented by the i intone Heights. on Saturday. feior at the college: Lois Tolbert. and dean of wcmen: at the college
ditional territory to the town, a !these matters would be handled conversation decided to wander nominating committee fcr officers'March 21. at 8 p. m. accompanist. Beckley. W. Va.: The ensemble will present an
matter frequently discussed at a l-y the Chamber of Commerce.In off on his own rain or no rain. fur the coming year. Members of,I Members of the group are Jean ttitlph Hayes tenor. Tast St. Lou- hour's proCTam of sacred music.
recent Council meeting Council other actions the Council: Set For March 26 lie had quite a hike for his uncles the committee were Mrs. George --
man G. E. Wiggins moved that a Listened to the reading of a home is practically next doorto Massa. Mrs W. L. Bunce. and I and give a demonstration.. i i iI remind everyone in Keystone that I the meeting that the printing of
petition survey be made relativeto ; Batton' Mrs. Robert Menzen. There were I Williams will be introduced by'Airs. ':after March 31. city taxes are delinquent 1 the two-color brochure on Key-
Clay Electric and the
letter from D.
Councilman Wigginsto Congressman R. I Billy 1 '
I I Frank Harris A 5 cent penalty will ''tone Heights has been awardedto
annexation of contiguous territory also nominations from the floor.I program per '
I Lanier Aircraft Corporation of Matthews will be the principal home is a good mile past the city
to ascertain the possibilities Elections will be held at the April I chairman Mis. Don :Morgan. Mrs.J be charged after that date. the Douglas Printing Company
I Marlton. N. J. inviting consideration speaker at the annual meeting of iimits on the way to Melrose! i I I II.
of extending town boundary lines. 9 meeting. The next meeting of I F. Mulling and Mrs. Gene Williams Chamber Of Commerce if Jacksonville. The Chamber
A Reminder I
by Lanier of facilities avail- Clay Electric Cooperative at Key-
The motion was adopted. I the club will be a program meet- I. will be hostesses for the! Meeting Held MondayA hopes to have the brochure completed -
able at Keystone Airpark for their stone Heights on Thursday Tomorrow Friday! evening at
The recently appointed Citizens ing. March 26. when Mrs. Edna meeting. I Chamber of Commerce meet- by the nex J meeting.
I u'-e as a manufacturing plant. March 26. 8 p. m.. Joe Daurer will give an I
Planning and Advisory Committee Williams a florist of Melrose. will I Taxes All Paid t'p? I ;ng was held on Monday eveningat Plans were made for the South-
submitted the following suggestions Heard that Lloyd Singley representing The day's: events will get underway interesting lecture on of Therese Kon- :-peak on Floral Arrangements, Mrs. Sara McDonald wishes to: the bank. It was announced at I (Continued on next Page!
for improvements: I John Bird had advised at 10:30 a. m.ith a Neumann the stigmatist
I
1. That limit lines be paintedon that Mr. Bird would apply for program cf music and entertain- nersreuth Bavaria. Mr. Daurer I
Highways 100 and 21 to I annexation of two blocks of property ment by Gene Norman and his was an Army War Correspondent
mit easier left turns at this point.per- to the town. i Hockin' Rockets until 1 p. m. during WW-II and he little had vil-an COMING TO KEYSTONE HEIGHTS!
opportunity to visit the
2. Force compliance with exist-I Received and endorsed a report A free luncheon will be servedat
ing ordinances relative to disposalof from Mayor Beasley that the Rotary 12 noon with the annual business lage where this modern day
talk will not be
I martyr lives. His
trash etc. Club would sponsor a Boy's meeting scheduled for 1 p. m.
3. Suggests to G. S. fc:; F. Rail-I Day on April 25 to awaken interest Three directors are up for nomination hearsay, but information from p. Sfeaturing
way officials the removal of old cf the younger generationin ; for three year terms and lirst-hand experience.
station building which is presently -" matters of civic nature by have no opposition. They are S. Proceeds from this lecture will

out of service and presentsand I giving them an opportunity to Bryan Jennings of Middleburg; EO to Brownie Troop No. 229
unsightly appearance. serve in city offices for one day. C. K. Smith of Micanopy; andA. sponsored by St. William's Catholic -

4. Installation of new mercury ;' Heard treasurer's report: previous P. (ISaml Buie of Ocala. ) Club. The program will be
vapor street lights on Lawrence' balance 6819.71: income Annual report and door prizes, held at St. William's Recreation
I Hall and the Brownies will acts
Boulevard! in connection with the 51,544.81; credits, $50; disbursements will also be features of the day.MELROSF.
proposed widening of Highway 21. !, 1220.95; leaving balanceof ushers and hostesses. r ,

Sixteen. lights were suggested to i $7,193.57 on Feb. 28 1959. Minstrel Estrellita Club To Sponsor .... :z .


ATTRACTIVE There will be big doings inKe'stone the 19ET )
MASONRY HOUSE
Heights on Friday night.
2 Bedrooms March 27, when the Shrine Minstrels All-Electric "Dfesrn KitchenLaundry"Appl
Dining Area, Living Room, Kitchen, Tile By Joyce Rothhammer '\. "
Bath, Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace, Lots of Stor- of the Morocco Temple in ances '
'&&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&& ..a. Jacksonville will give its first
age, Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in
of the in the
performance season .
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town, near shopping, doctors, beach, and churches. Guests at the. home of Mrs. City Park. zw
Fred Tate Mason and daughter.
Financing arranged. Far above average, on well landscaped The huge Clay Electric tent will .t n
Marcia included Mrs.
Mason'sf.on '
lot. be erected in the and it can
park
and Dan Dechman. Jr. and

S. E. M9KAY REALTOR friend attend Auburn Miss Ann University Rhinehart.in Ala-who ercommodate there will be plenty 2.000 persons.of room for So AD 11

everyone. There will be a cast of
bama. Mrs. Mason's other son.
65 and a band consistingof ,
persons
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 Mickey who attends the Univer- 35 persons-100 in all. Tickets IA
sity of Florida spent the weekend 1
(Continued on next Page) I will be $1. Proceeds will go to the t
Masonic Building Fund for the
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Melrose Lodge in Keystone

TERWILLEGAR Heights. This building will be
MOTORS ready for use by next month it
i is hoped. The Estrellita Club is

ponsoring the Minstrel.
Lake Geneva Correspondent III
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Mrs. Blanche Cunningham has
WELCOMES PIPELINE
PERSONNEL
ocen ill for several weeks and has :< .. invite you, jour family and friends
been unable to report the Lake itotpotrr sqt #'.

Geneva news. We hope she will li4 to this FREE premiere showing of the
wilt soon be better and able to be
0/1 QUI" back on the job. If any Lake latest Hotpoi it "Dream KitchenLaundry" *

Wegone Geneva folks have news to report. _. ----- .
they may call the Keystone correspondent i appliances. See the exciting
if they care to. Phone

4127. .. new products produced by Hotpoint'sadvanced
PTA Will Sponsor % r 1

fc Summer Program I:' -i ; creative engineering to enable -
1 The Executive Committee of

the Keystone Heights PTA met
Cl' Monday evening. They agreedto ;:rtt- f you to live letter electrically 1

support the Summer Recre-
ation program which will be discussed -
Ir SEE THESE NEW HOTPOINT
at the regular meeting on
Thursday March 19. A slate of z. APPLIANCE: IN OPERATION

We're showing our appreciation of the newcomers in our midst by officers for the coming year was ;

prepared:; to be presented to the
offering the best values in Florida on New and Used Cars! membership. The speaker for the
meeting will be Dr. B. R. Tilley '
president of St. John's River r'Refrigerator

Junior College. Dr. Tilley will discuss J Shelves
?. N
p Check with
the Junior College and how .. ,.. t
.r..w i-
elementary school training pre- 9.SrY, YtlOYr

pares a student for college. Planto r I ,Amu. .
attend this important meeting 4 I II If

CLYDE TERWILLERGARBEFORE % Tommy Jones Has Birthday Party .. I a''
Saturday evening the home of .
.. .. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones on ". J
YOU BUY! Peach Street was brimming overwith

happy teen-agers the occasion } *" '
Automatic Ranges With
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1958 Ford Ranch 1957 Ford being a party to celebrate : New Recipe He. t
$1995. $1295" he 14th birthday of their son. .

"a1OnSo Style- Custom: 300 Tudor, Tcmmy. Tommy received many .
tone Paint. "Heater and Defroster. One lovely gifts from his guests and .*

owner. 9,000 miles. -8, Overdrive, Radio and Heater. One games and dancing were enjoyed -.A. -t1' -' i
throughout the evening. ; .J. -
Owner. i flew I: Washers And
Cycte
Mary Ann Schaeffer and Jom- _
$1695 .. 1957 ChevroletBelAir. & 100% Vent-Free Dryers
my McMurtry were the winnerscf 3
(Power Hide, a "Bop" contest with Jimmy Thurs., Mar. 26 At Annual Meeting

Radio Heater, Tutone, and White Tires. $295 1951 MercuryLIKE Fox and Reba Hall running a

NEW! Tudor, :Mercomatic, Radio close second. Mrs. Jones was assisted Clay Electric Cooperative \
by Mrs. Thomas Elmori in
Heater.

$ 895 -1958 FordCountry :included erring refreshments.Dianne Brokas Party, Roberta guests Fri., Mar. 27 -- All Day at Redfearn'sFREE
Squire. 9pass. New Hotpoint Dishwashers +
S'bley! Tommy Thompson. Billy
Wagon Cruisomatic, Power Steering, $8951956 Ford Pickup Games. Jo Willott. Carolyn El- Double-Deck With Exclusi-e Washirg

Hester, Select Air Conditioner Com- -8 with Heater. Extra more. Mary Ann Schaeffer. David ActionREDFEARN'S n

p 4v Car. lOO;i. Guarantee. Clean.ERW1LLEGAR. Schaeffer Barbara Ann Wheeler DISPLAY
Jimmy. Kyle and Janie McMurtry SPONSORED BY '

Veazy Walker. Dee Dee Hard-
enbergh. Alec Livingston. Eric 1
MOTORS Redfeam. Becky Davie Rewan Where Service Is Assured

Thomas. Mac and Reba Hall. Tom

our Authorized/ / ford Deo ler In Bradford County Gardner Snellen. Mickey Lamar Robinson Hill. Dwight Harold Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla. .

Mitchell Bob Jackson. Gary
200- W. MADISON ST. PHONE: WO 4-3381 STARKE, FLA. Cooper Bill Phyely Ruby Lane ,I

Smith. Leola and Viola Ridaught.

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EIGHT _ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA THTRSDAV. TAKCII 19, 1939: _

William's Recreation HaU on Friday II i
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vYvvvvyvyYymvvvvvvv'v of Jacksonville and Lake Rosa!] Alachua General Hospital. He told the girls the history of the J VYVYVYYYYVVVTVVYYYVVYYY evening March 20, at 8 p. ?nd daughter-in-law', Mr. and o Florahoaie.

v.ere; dinner guests of Mr. and I vetehed 7 pounds.; 13 ounces. tree. To,get. a concrete idea of m.1.I ilrs. B. E. Brice of Bronscn.;
MELROSEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAA KEYSTONE 1 his is a benefit for Troop Mr. and Mrs. Combus of Gay-
Mrs Flea Tate Mason Saturday Last but not least, was little just how'big the circumference of Fishing News
sponsored by St. William's Cath- wood have bought the Earl
afternoon. Ray Steadham. sen of Rev. and the tree was, the girls held hands HIGHLIGHTS
J. E. Denmark Starke
olic Club. Dr. of Strickland place half way between -
[Continued from Page One] Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen and \'rs_ R B. Steadham born Thurs- nd. formed a circle. It took six Girl Scout Troop 190 will havea caught at 12 lb. 2 oz. bass in one Florahome and Grandin.

children, Cindy and Terry spent day farclt 12. Liftia! Ray weighed girls to completely encircle the ; 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA cf the local lakes
Cook-out and Hike at Goldhead the other day. The Stricklands have moved to
with his mother. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I 0 pounds and 13 ounces. 1 I trunk of the tree.
: Continued from Page One] .Branch State Park on Thursday and weighed it in at Rutledge'sFishing Weirsdale.Rev. .
Friends of Mrs. F. W. Cooper of I Ovid Gano. While here they were I I Mr. ana Mrs. Beard have moved -I The girls learned about azaleas :March 26. The planning of this Camp. According to Mr. James D. Sawyer pastor

Westfield. N J. will be happy to feted with a party celebrating the j jbrthday into the Cason's cottage. and took pictures. em Water Ski Tournament which .trip the program the cooking Rutledge. this has been the top r'If> Hickory Baptist Church in
I
hear that she Is now here for a' : of Allen and W. W. I.Junior Woman's Club Revival Services vill be held on Lake Geneva the fire, etc. are all requirements for I I weight so far. So it looks as if Green Cove Springs will begin

_ vacation and is staying with her '|: Blasingame. Friends of the men The Junior Woman's Club held Revival vices are now' being weekend of July 24-25-26. All earning the second class rank.i 1 I Dr. Denmark stands a good i a week's levival at Paran Baptist

father Col. L. M. Pearsall. I'I were invited. The Aliens formerly !.ts regular meeting at the home I eld at the Ochwilla Baptist committees gave reports on the Linda Forsythe and Joann Thomas chance to win the Clay County r Church on Easter Sunday.

Recent guests of Col. and Mrs.L. lived in Melrose, but now reside in .0: :Mrs. Jane Redfearn in Keystone Church. Services started Sunday, progress of their work thus far. will be invested on Friday. Black Bass Jubilee Contest. Mrs. J F. Herring Sr. of Gre din -

M. Pearsall were Mr. and Mrs. Chattahoochee.Our March 15 and will 'continue George Norton, from the Jackson- March 20. These girls have
Heights. It was a social completed Other nice fish weighed in atRutlede's is spending several weeks with
Ray Palmer of Tarpon Springs.Mr. population has recently and the through Saturday March 21. .ille Water Ski Club was en hand their Tenderfoot require-
meeting, group played included an 11 lb. 6 oz. her daughter. Mrs. F. L. Clough,
increased the arrival of Everyone is invited to attend to qestions of the group 'I
and Mrs. Dan Starling of been by cards. I answer ments. bass caught by Curtis Malone of' in Douglas Ga.
North Carolina last week visited three baby boys. Arriving first Ihe services which begin nightly concerning the Tournament.J. Personals
The next meeting will be held ,Starke. James McCrae. also of .I Dr. Herr has arrived in Grandin

Mrs. Starling's mother, :Mrs. T. A. was Larry William Tyler son of :March 24 at the home of Mrs. at 8.Rev.. B. Strickland, president of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody Starke. caught an 11 lb. 6 oz. bass| from his home in the North, and

Birt.R. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Tyler born Henry Ward and will also be asocial Elmer Gaskins of the Calvary the Chamber of Commerce, presented and children, Linda, Bubba, and too. So it would seem that while I "ill sell his place while here-

F. Gano. Brooker, visited March 3. Paternal grandparents meeting. Baptist: Church in Gainesville Walter Richards with an Carolyn, were' visitors in Tallahassee these bon may not win the Clay

hiS and daughter-in-law Mr. 3re Mr. and Mrs. John Tyler. will be the speaker. honorary membership to the wentto I
son Paul's Sundries Changes Hands on Saturday. They County Contest, they stand a good ST. AXVS EPISCOPAL

and Mrs. Ovid Gano. Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mason White's Paul's Sundries is now under wscs Chamber for his assistance in make arrangements for Bubbato rhance to tie fcr the Trail Ridge CHURCH, KEYSTONEM.

and Mrs. George R. Mason sen was born March 11, in the new management as Perry's Sundries -J, "One in Christ, Progress inEcumenicity" preparing the brochure on Key- stay in Tallahassee during the Social Club Fishing Contist. I II. Breyfogle Minister

and is operated by Charles! was the subject March of rtoie Heights. next session of Legislature when I Another DuPont employee, I Morning Prayer and Sermon,

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's and Emma Jean Perry. The soda the WSCS meeting held CHURCH NEWS he will be a messenger boy in the Brady McLeod of Starke, caughta 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Educational Building.Mrs.
10 in the
fountain service, drug needs. St. Anne's Episcopal Church House of Representatives.Mr. 9 lb. 6 oz. bass. Tom Finley of Holy Communion each first Sun-

Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes magazines, daily newspapers, and H. Austin was program Melton.leader Tomorrow, [Friday] at 3:30.: and Mrs Albert Bachmannare Lake Geneva, and his fishing I j day. Parish Supper each third

film service will be continued. with Mrs. Elizabeth Girl Scout Troop No. 190 win enjoying a vacation trip in I companion also caught their limit !; Wednesday, 6:30 p. m.

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY They will specialize in gifts and i Mrs. L. W. Hardage and MiSS meet. The last Lenten Parish Supper St. Petersburg this week and partcf ((25 each! of speckled perch last ,

cards for every occasion, with gift Emma Modeland also taking part. will be Friday evening, at next. Mr Bachmann arrived on I week. j COMMUNITY: CHURCH OF
Owner
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Mrs. H. W. Tyler and Mrs. John j KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Friday from St. Albans, Vermont,
rappmg. I I 6:30.: Lenten Services will follow
They will also have a watch Clark were hostesses for the the supper at 7:30. and the couple left for St. Peters- I VYYVVY'VVV'VVVVVv'vv wVVV I Dr. Albert C. Holt MinisterDr.

-I repairing department with Char- luncheon.Mrs. Saturday, March 21, at 10 the burg on Saturday morning. They I FLORAHOMEAND James D. Pait Organist
J. L. Price, Mrs. John expect to be back in Keystone for Choir Director.
Irs Perry certified watchmaker, young People will to Melrose I
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANYDEPENDABLE Griner. Miss Emma Modeland1, go Easter. GRANDINBy Services: Church School 9:45a.m. : :>>
to service and repair watches to' make Palm Crosses.
Mrs. Carl Hagglund and Mrs. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
using official factory parts. They district Monday, March 23, Rev. Wil- Mrs. Sadie Carpenter of South- Dane
24-HOUR SERVICE John Ross attended a Pines, N. C. has been I
em visitingher
V ill also have ring sizing ring i WSCS meeting in Gainesville ard Breyfogle win have his ordination AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA St. WJliam's Catholic Chapel
repairing, watch bands and jewel- at Trinity Church in son-in-law and daughter. Mr. I Keystone heightsSunaiy

Day Phone Nite Phone r> of all kinds.Gl"Or"e Wednesday"Big Blow-Up", March To Be 11.Presented Melrose. A reception will follow in and Mrs. Frank Ilgen and family Stork ShowerA Mass at 8:30 a. m.
SAF-UAS Lisdotti Celebrates :)n Brooklyn Bay. stork shower for Mrs. Ronnie
/: he Melrose Parish House.
2582 Holyday Mass at 7:00 m.
a.
4351 Ever hear cf a play where four
Twelfth Birthday Wednesday evening March 25 We are glad to see that Ernest Games was given at the Community '
Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.
suitcases are the leading characters -
Lisciotti Widegren is able to work aroundhis Club House in Florahome on
George I IScottyl was there will be a vestry meeting at Confessions
before all Masses.
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost honored with a birthday partytiven ? It may seem silly, but that'siLISt 8 m. in the Parish House.; new house; that the Widegrensare Thursday night. March. 5. Hosterst'S -
p. Baptisms. marriages and Instructions
how it is in the senior play;
by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. In order to meet the demand building on Lake Geneva. On !. were Mrs. Inez; Simmons by appointment.
"The Big Blowup" to be presented
Complete Line of House Healing Equipment in North George Lisciotti Monday after- for merchandise at th Nearly New February 21, Ernest burned his :Mrs. Jane Moody. and Mrs. Oliver

I roon. March 9. celebrating his Saturday night, at 8 p. m. in Shop during the coming weeks, hands rather seriously; in a fire Miller. Besides the honoree and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat,This Winter' See Us First I 12th birthday anniversary. the high school auditorium. all parishioners should be on the caused by a portable gasoline hostesses, those enjoying this affair -I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLAJ.

Prizes were awarded to Gale Though they all contain clothes lookout for anything that is us- .tove. He now has the bandagesoff were Mesdames Aaron Price, R. Smith pastor. Ralpn

.. Cross, Cheryl Cherry, David Hammock one also contains a valuable pearl ble, and therefore salable. People and can use his hands again. lA-la Price. Jeanete McGrath Ruby Copeland,. Minister of Music and
necklace while another containsa
Betty Ann Nelson Heidi will be fixing up cottages for the Herbert Nelson returned Sun- Osfeen, Thelma Carnes, Jan- church organist.Services''Sunday.

: Chiappini and Pat Hogan. time bcmb. which will go off .summer and they can probably day, March 8, from Wilmington. nelle Peacock, Reba Carnes. Net- School. 9:45a.

START NOW! Bank a little Others attending the party included vhen opened. All four are identi- use what you do not need. The N. C. where he and his wife and ta La? CPl'. Louise Day. Edna Mae m. Morning Worship, 11 a, m.

every Pay Day Reap Glenda and Sharon Nobles, cal, and their owners keep getting I Nearly New Shop is growing all Herbert Jr., had gone to get acquainted Cook Ruth T>re, Bertha Carnes I Training Union, 6:45 p. m. Evening -
them mixed. No one exceptthe
the benefits when you need VACATION Elizabeth and Ricky Garmon, the time. with their new granddaughter Betty Nail. Ruth Childers", Yvonne services 7:30: p. Ill.LEE'S .
audience knows who has
them. Wanda Tyre Mike Hogan, Julian St. Anne's is interested in sponsoring the fourth child of Mr. Reed. Callie Rye. and Misses
which most of the time, and there
and Mrs. Ed Szymanski of Wil-
Ashley. Kenneth and Richard ; a Cub Scout Pack. If you Sandra Carnes and Marilyn Var-

Tomlinson, Johnny Moore, Nancy is constant suspense; as someone have 'a boy of Cub Scout Age 18, mington. Mrs. Szymanski is the r.es. Refreshments were served DRIVE-IN
/77r starts to open the one with the fcrmer Sue Nelson who has visited !
\ Cherry. and Walter Wilson. hcmb in it.There's 9, or 101 who is interested please after games and opening the gifts.
Mrs. Margaret Garmon assisted advise our pastor Rev. Breyfogle.A in Keystone a fewtimes. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Young I THEATREPhone
plenty of laughs too,
,
:Mrs. Lisciotti with the entertain.? new Confirmation Class is Nelson remained in Wilmingtonto were recent guests of their son
,i. especially from the maid, Melinda I 4113
assist Sue for few weeks.
ment and serving of ice a and daughter-in-law Mr. and
cream St. childof ,
starting at Anne's. Any
who takes pride in the fact that Herbie, Jr. remained with his I I Keystone heights Fla.
wzi'r rake, punch and favor cups. 12, or over, or who will be Irs. Earl Young. in Daytona ,
she does well
nothing except
,
) Duplicate Bridge mother and is attending school in Beach. 1
twelve this summer please give
l Winners at duplicate bridge last sleep.Members of the cast include 'I our name to Rev. Breyfogle. Wilmington. He has been enjoying Mrs. Alma Clark recently visited I Thur.. Fri. March 19, 20TARZAN'S

_' I! veck were: high, Mrs. Nan Hopkins Community Church the snow, which he hasn'tteen friends and relatives in Hol-
__ C Joy Morris, Bill Logsdon, Ellen
for several FIGHT
1mwfr. ) and Miss Iva Hillyer tied years. lister.
;
_
\ / ii Anyone wishing to place me-
:McElveen
Stephen Ashley, Becky I
-..-. 1 for serond were Miss Bessie nicrial flowers in the church for Another "small world" item: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Scott of Con- FOR LIFE
_ \ Brice, Charles Gaboardi, Maxine
When Herbert Nelson was returning -
Rutherford and Mrs. Flo Becker, Easter will please contact Mrs. A. r.rcticut are spending a month
( \ and Mrs. Allen Graham and ,Mrs. Jones Kathy Miner Becky Scott, ; to Keystone he registered ata Gordon Scott, Eva Brent
F. Crosby. Orders will be taken .
Tcmmy Bass Jimmy Williams, motel in South Carolina, and VOIJ'LL MVE: (?.. nf'''' r.t4"p
I
( Bee Cooper.Everyone.
is invited to attend and Mjt tie.,Rid aught. Mr. and Frank uy Mrs. D. O. Stewart and Mrs. the clerk asked him if he were brook purse-size fountain pens In Sat., Sun. :March 21, 22

Mrs. Thomas TJ Fowler are co- Hgen. related to the other Mr. Nelson pastel shade Only $ .o3 at first
these bridge parties: held every There will be two services on -, These
nrl
tponsoring the play. County Telegraph.
in Keystone Heights-"the one
Tuesday morning at 10. Easter Sunday; one at 9 a. m'', -
Preceding the play will be a
;vith the moustache who smokes Thousand Hills
Girl Scouts
and one at 11 a. m. There will ben
fried chicken
supper,* sponsoredby cigar"-and of course. everyone
Since last week was Girl Scout adult Sunday School Classeson i Don Murray Lee Renick
the Junior Class the supper Itreems ,
Nelson.
knows he meant Al
week, the Intermediate Girl
Easter Sunday. The Primary
.'ill be from 5:30 until 7:30 m.
p.
that motel is a regular 7oto"-OS
Scouts of Melrose would. like to Mrs. Cunningham Taken Dept. will meet 'as usual at 9:30 Tues., Wed. Mar. 24, 25
topping place for Al Nelson on
to date their club.
bring you up on Easter morning. Adults attending
BANK I I xecutive officers are: Virginia By Death' !sen-ices on Easter Sunday will be his frequent business trips to TORPEDO RUN
THEKEYSTO.NE STATE We were: sorry to hear of the Greensboro, N. C. Ctak666
Ford, president; Marian Bass, '
considered
death of Mrs. Katherine Cun- as having been to Sun- Gary Chance son of Mr. and\ Glen Ford, Ernest BorgnincThat's
vice-president; and Margaret .
day School.Sunday
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Slade scribe. Other members are ringham who has lived in Melrose Mrs. Ray Chance; Agnes Watson, I
evening March 22, at
I for about a year. She died daughter Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson -
E'aine' Samson Stenna
Logsdon
I 7:30 in the Educational Building.
Keystone Heights, Fla. in a Starke Hospital after a short --
; Milton Starnes, son of Mr. I
Trudie Morris, Marguerita Float, the'Rev. C. E. Van der Maaten, Our Business
I, and Francis Adams. These girls illness. ind Mrs. Ray Starnes; and Bruce k M
Member F.D.I.C. hairman of the Clay County Red
She was: born August; 3, 1877 in Prevatt son of Mr. and Mrs. My- I S .,
I are selling cookies to raise money. Cross Drive, will show a picture If It's Glass We Have It!
Monticcllo, Ky. and was a mem-
ron Prevatt, arrived home last
Mrs. Fremont Tolles is Scout .
:m Red Cross org nizations. CALL WRITE or VISIT
ocr of the Presbyterian Church.
,
weekend for their Spring holidays
--- -- I Isader and Mrs. C. L. Bass is as- New church
members received
She was the mother of R. T. Cunningham 'from Emory at Oxford.

sistant leader. formerly of Melrose, into the church on March 8, were Good news for delivery boys, Joe Peters Glass CO.
ON YOUR LOT
HOME March 9, the Scouts-accompan who recently moved to Orlando.] Mrs Chester Moody, Linda Gayle
meter readers, garbage men, etc.,
I. ied by Mrs. Tolles and Mrs. Daw-
Moody, Carolyn Jean Moody and
,
Graveside services were held 1 and just plain social callers. We FOR ANY GLASS NEED
er, Girl Scout dancing teacher, Chester E Moody, Jr.
NO MONEY DOWNBy visited Mrs. Collins' Azalea Gar- Sunday at 4 p on at the Melrose A Junior Choir is being hear that the last of four dogs- We Design Modern Store Fronts
Cemetery with Rev. Stout organ-
Henry ill brothers-is to be given to
dens in Earlton. lied by Mrs. James Hetherington Just Mail Us A Pattern for
: Toney Builders Inc. LOW officiat 1g. Burial followed iwth omeone out'of" town 'by its own-
$ Beside the beautiful azaleas, for children between the of Table Tons
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral in ages
1495 These dogs, one half Dober-
Box 106, UP the girls were fascinated by a charge. 8 to 14. The first practice was er. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353FILLYAW'S
'nan, and one half German Shep-
Fla.AS oak tree estimated to be
gigantic
,
held on Monday, March 16 at
Bowling (;reen, Baseball Team
herd, belonged to four separate!
around 500 old. Mrs. Collins I
years
3:30: p. m., at the church. There
The Melrose Bulldogs will playa
jwners who believed that their -
I ,were 19 present at the first meet- .
: six baseball this
schedule
game
lark was worse than their bite.
Mental HealthIs
i ng. Other meetings will be
pring. The first game will be on Young Eric Redfearn might not

xith the Palatka B team here on Thursday afternoons at 3:30, from igree with this theory, having PLUM-biNG
one of America's major health now: on.
7.OtMr
April .
seen the unhappy recipient of the

_ problems today. games will be: April 10,1 I St. William's Catholic Church He of one and having ten stitch's : AND AIR CONDITIONING
The most effective way to regain at Palatka; April 14, Newberry; I Stations of the Cross will beheld to prove. Perhaps now we can !
it at the greatest saving is I at 7:30
April 21 Dunnellon : Monday evening
; April 24, :ireathe easier.
through Chiropractic Care. :March 23. LOCATED AT HILL'S SERVICE ST A TlOKe"stone
Newberry and April* 28, Dun- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beams cf
Through Chiropractic care the The Catholic Club is
nellon. sponsor- ed Cloud Neb., have been visit- Heights Phone 9211
cause of Mental Illness is removed ing alectdre'on Therese Neumann
All games except the game at ng at the J. H. Tullis home in

without the cost of expensive I Newberry will start at 3:30 p. m. tomorrow evening, [Friday] at 8 Chataqua Heights for two weeks. -- ONi! SALE..
medicines hospitalization or loss. Beta i Club p. nx, for the benefit of Brownie
left Friday for St Peters-
They
:' of time from work. Below is such' Troop No. 229. 4-In. Soil Pipe ft. 78c
The Beta Club held a meeting :iurg but will be back this week
a case. Wednesday to make definite decisions Girl 'Scout News to meet Miss Margaret Beams of
Mrs. E. S. P. a young housewife Brownie Scout 229 ln. Galvanized
ft.
Troop l/2
No. Pipe 13c
This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model l $ 945. suffered a nervous breakdown and concerning the convention. has contributed 74c to the Juliette lincoln. Neb.. who will join them -. -
They decided to send all the for the return trip. Miss Beams
was bedfast for*2 years.' Durum Lowe World Friendship Fund 3-Pc. Bathroom
seniors 99.95
and officers
accompaniedwith ind Mrs. Tullis are sisters of Mr.
(Without Carporte) this time she received all the popular the sponsor, to ,the convention which aids Girl Scouting throughout Beams.

Many Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder tions.treatment Then a friend,for ,such recommended condi--: in Clearwater on-.May 1 and the-world. The Brownies earn- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bets of Carrier Air Conditioners Start at 149.00And
ed this money last week'by doing
I'a.. of the
New London, Ohio cousins;
Chiropractic care and in a Some of the good will projects odd jobs for their parents and and Mrs. Tullis, Up
Beams family
Any Place in Florida Same Low PriceNO matter of months effected.a complete re.covery they are going to take up are: neighbors. Troop 229 will meet :topped to visit at the Tullis home CENTRAL & FORCED AIR HEATING
: was
big brother and sister service to Friday at 3 p. m. at St. William'sReCreation :ast Thursday. The Betzs were
For problem phone or
cases
( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) write transfer students at M. H. S., Han for a regular -m a sight-seeing trip around our

theThe establish a lost and found dept:, scheduled meeting instead of the Mate.

Local Representative and post lunch room planned trip to Goldhead Branch
menus daily.' Al Watson has been a patient
Dr. Lunchroom CommitteeThe I State Park. This trip has been Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville -
H. G. Bollinger n St.
RAY D. FORTH lunchroom committee helda postponed until Thursday, March' this week having gone in FOR EVERYWORTHWHILE
; : Chiropractic Offices 26. The trip will be made in company -.
meeting Monda$'. They discussed ast Sunday for surgery. He shouldbe

426 N. Wafcat.St. the problems of the school with Girl Scout Troop 190. home this weekend. Meanwhile
Highway 21 --. Phone 4123 cafeteria They The Brownies will act as ushersat Al Jr., USE
; Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor we considering Al Jr., wil run the store.
having music in the lunchroom the lecture on Theresa Neu- will be assisted by Gary Chance. n

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. during the hr ch: hour.. mann' which will be given at St. Miss Alice Dodd. a student
728 E. University

.If_You Don't See Us, We Both Lose Money.- Phone 6-3238 Gannegvffie.FACTORY Spring Spring Training training started Wed- year Presbyterian the Glee Church Club sang on at Palm the nurse Jacksonville at St., spent Lukes the Hospital weekend in :j Furniture

-- nE'sday'aftem9Qn for the Football Sunday. Tith her aunt and uncle, l.1r.and. *

I team:! Eleven boys turned out for The climax of the music program Mrs. Fred Dodd. On Saturday, the Signature

i1-jThfl coach.practice with Dave Barber as win be during National Music group had an enjoyable picnic Auto
at Juniper Springs.
Week on May 7 when the en-
Music Department r Capt. L. A.'Clovy and his wife,
tire music department will
_ PRICES pre- *
Miss Ruth Neal prominent folk sent its annual music; festival. April, and daughter Deborah Real Estate

- singer formerly with Burl Ives' The Melrose music group has Lynn have arrived from San Antonio -,

- fl J 't folk singing group, gave a con- .been asked by the director of the Texas to spend some time LOANS UP TO $600

., .... :; cert at the invitation of the Glee Stephen Foster Memorial to prerent with Capt. Clovy's parents, Mr
''0' Club for the entire student bodyIn at the White and Mrs. 'A. R. Chapman at their
; a program
: assembly Friday.A Springs Festival this year. home on Twin Lakes. \

One Quart \VithEach woodwind ensemble chosen Every Monday music appreci- 'Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chapmanare T'OYN

from the band arrival of Mr.
: newly organized ation classes are taught utilizingthe anticipating the %
and a vocal quartet also newly loaned Red- and Mrs. Marvin Godwin of Hi-
television set by
or 'Gallon One You Buy organized. will entertain the fearn T. V. of Keystone. pleah. The .Chapmans -and the I FINANCE: CO'I

members of the Melrose. Woman's Godwins are dear friends and the

Club at their style show and TRINITT.EPISCOPAL!: Godwins plan to build next doorto I II

ilusicale, MarpH 20._ CIRTRCL'MELEOSE' the Chapmans on Twin Lakes. Ill 1%'. Call St. Starke Fla. ..

I Mary Carter Paint Store |Ii The Glee Club .will give ''aflacred ) H..Brerf ogle; Minister Mr. and' Mrs. A. G. Loudon ,

; concertPalm_ Sunday at Sunday< School,' 8:45 'a.' m. were in Otter'Creek last'weekend Phone WO 49091PAGE

the Melrose Methodist Church.: i115..Ep1scopa1 Young People; visiting Mrs. Loudon's brother,

4 :'j.i.'i): : X. Temple Ave. Starke Ph. WO 4-8365 Among the numbers on the program Mor 1ing' Prayer* and 'Sermon Birt Wesi. who 'was seriously ilL \

.- .;', .... ,."-- -' -- .-- -- __ will be a selection from 7:30'p. m.HoIy-CoimriunfoD each On their return trip the London's' 4

-- .'< -.--..,,- --. ---i__-. -- I Mendellssohn's "Elijah.Last first Sunday. itopped"toItisit Mrs. Loudon's sons.




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yyyy1t Higginbotham, pianist. There will Macclenny last Wednesday after-I ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, -
I will have two holidays this week ''' Y''YYYYY''T 'WT"'Y", , y, YYYT 'ille are also new and we wcl- ,
be special singers from Jackson- noon, March 11. Thursday and Friday while the [ come them. Mr. Maton Is" prison) r

AXVILLE ville. The services will begin each A series of cottage prayer meet- teachers attend the State Teach- "CLAY HILL STATE FARMBy chaplain and they are occupying

night at 7:30 through the 5th of .Jigs were held last week in dif- ers meeting in Tampa. They will the house formerly occupied by

Jy Sirs. C. B. Nolan April. 1 ferent homes in Maxville. On also! be off on Friday and Mon- b, tin J. L. etrickiandlAAA.AAA.AAA..AA..A. Rev. and Mrs. Thompson.

PTA Meets I Thursday night the meeting was day of the following week for the Mrs. O. E. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner i I -
u held at the home of I iS i-
A Mr. and Mrs.D
The Maxville PTA met last Faster holidays. A A AAAA.A A A AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAChurch and son Douglas were dinner
J. Parrish and family. On Friday i
The Hill
Clay PTA met Tues-
nd Mrs. Amos Rollins and Wednesday March 11 at the Vinnie Palka returned home News I tfiests of his parents. Mr. and
Jacksonville visited with trhool. A nominating committeewas night the meeting was heldin last Thursday night after several day night of last week for theirregulz.r Mrs. Leon Conner Sunday. t
the home of :Mr. and Mrs. W. The Intermediate "GoldenRule"
d Mrs. Dewey McPherson I appointed to pick the officers months of overseas duty with the meeting. Miss Shirley Brown is
B. Harris. Sunday School class of spending
afternoon.y for next term and also other com- U. S. Navy. Dumpie Wilkinson has been on I
Revival To Start Xext WeekA the sick list for several days. We Raiford Baptist Church held its his week with her brotherinlaw'rnd ,4I I \ rt
mittees The '
Party appointed. next re-
I Sidney and Jimmie
revival meeting will start Higdon are hope she is well by now. monthly meeting at the home of sister. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Avery Slade entertained at ,ular meeting will be held in May playing baseball again this year Rowe of Starkt'oMr.
next week at the Mrs. Jim March t
Maxville Baptist Rev. Chism, pastor of the High- Hardin Tuesday.
me Saturday afternoon at which time the new officers I
I with the Baldwin team. Two for- and Mrs.
Church Sunday, March 22 land Baptist Church visited the 4. The meeting was opened with Sherman Crosby
birthday party honoring .! sill be elected. end will be held each evening mer Maxville boys, Billy Nolan Stncklands at Clay Hill and several -.prayer by Betty Griffis. Martha and children visited Mr. and Mrs.
ughter, Nancy on her 3rdy j Mrs. Lacey Griffis has returned and Gene Johnson
are also on : P. Dekle in
Lake
i next week at 7:30: p. m. Rev. Curtis of the Highland members a- Long read the Scriptures.The Butler Sun-
anniversary. The chil- j home after a long stay in Lawtey the team. 1\1. afternoon.
cf Belmore will conduct the.evival 1
round and last
I Lawtey Highland following officers were
with her mother
lad throughoutning who has been
games aid the public is cordially Members of the track team Wednesday. Needless to say, we elected for the ensuing year: I Mr. and Mrs. Owen House and
and were given favors seriously ill. :invited to attend. from Maxville this term are Ro- always enjoy these visits. president Belly Griffis; vice-presi I children visited relatives in
ons and candy. The pretty We regret to hear that Mrs. Joe 4 y
ilountstown
:Miss Jcyce Hoilman of Middle- Ler North. Mike Cannon, Marvin during the weekend.
Clarence of
Lang spenta dent Addison
Tampa Phylis ,
; secretary
iered birthday cake, which Lucas is a patient in the St. Vintent's -
i burg spent last weekend with her Smith Eugene Bell and RichardBell. recent weekend with home folksat Catherin Kitlen; social chairman,I Miss Elaine Crosby of Starke L 4 ---,
ked and decorated Mrs. hospital in Jacksonville and
by
orother-ir.-law and sister. Mr. and Former Maxville boy. Bobby Clay Hill. Martha Long. spent Monday night with her _
Wilkinson, was served withto wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Ernest Padgett and family. Nolan is also on the team this Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter of .biother-in-law and sister, Mr.erd .
Misses The class discussed and made
about twenty guests. Shirley Wilkinson. Car-
We are glad that Miss Bonnie year. The boys went to the Lack- Maxville visited the Lucian Conner.
Smith North Stricklands plans for a visitation "Is this your idraT"
ade was assisted in enter- olyn Jewel Norma program.
Padgett was able to return to awana School on Tuesday for tryouts brothers Louie and Clif- We have many on the sick list
Henry's
by Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson. Jean Carter and Becky Higdon Refreshments of Cokes were served -
I school this week this week. Those who have
after having beenill ton and other relatives at Clay recently -
by Mrs.\ Hardin.
is invitednd attended basketball tournamentin
at Maxville
gone I with the flu. Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mrs. Kill last evening. They been in the hospital are Springtime
Friday
The Raiford Baptist WMU observed -
the revival services be- Gainesville last Wednesday _
We regret to learn that Mrs. Earl Mosley and son, Ronnie also wanted and of these Mrs. Melvin Kingston Elaine
0' Easter Sunday at the night when Baldwin lost to Ponce got some the Week of Prayer for
I Ernest': Padgett has been ill for visited in Baldwin Saturday with bulbs at the Stricklands.We Hingston Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Lind-
excess: home Missions, last Mrs.\
t- Branch Baptist Church. De Leon High School by a score 1 week. isScreen
the past few days and that she Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and still have than know try Sidney Starling and Dr. God-
urvis Lawson of Lakeshore lof 51 to 34. more we W. W. Carter, president, gave the.
I :is under the doctor's care. We what to do with helpus
sons.Wilbur can you devotional each day. oell.Several
astor of the Cedar Creek Mrs. McPherson and
Dewey
wish her a speedy recovery. Bell and Richard Bell ? still free. are sick at home. We
t Church will be the evan-I Mrs. W. J. Bell attended the fune- They are The Brotherhood of Raiford! will Time!
Birthday Party were two of the boys who playedin Remember the Homecoming hope Grandma Brown soon
and Roy Braddock will be lal services of Mrs. Vinnie Jones Church presented a program on
the be
Mrs. Evelyn Griffis entertainedat State basketball tournament services at Highland Church feeling better.
> leader with Virginia iof Baldwin which held inflOUR tne movement to establish 30000
ng was
her home for the Baldwin team. Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Edwards
last Thursday afternoon They March 29. C. E. Wilkinson will mere churches and missions. W. This Week'sSPECIALS
March 12 with a birthday i played against Ponce de Leon last deliver the morning message and H. Williams, president conducted ?rd daughter Linda were supper
party for her daughter, Sarah Wednesday night.HAMPTON. Ed Harvey the afternoon mes the meeting. uests of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ed-

Mae. The guests were, Gail Cald- sage. We will also have some Cirl Scout WeekThe wards of Brooker Friday night. _
OLD well, Earl Cannon, Sharon Grif- nm.n..vyy special singing. Don't forget the big chicken
tOW annual Girl Scout week
-- lis. Alene Sweat, Helen Cannon The Gospel Singers will be at was observed by the Brownieslast d.nner to be sponsored by the NEW AND USED

.$....:.:.:....>..<.....>.,'.."v.::....,'.' ..".... ,,. Helen Sweat, Sandra Caldwell, the Decoy Church March 21, at I week with their leaders, Mrs. Community Club April 4.
Caldwell for the week
Larry Roger Waters Thought : Always
: .'. ':"<' 7 p. m. Also Easter Sunday there N G. Davis and Mrs Ercell Ed- SCREENS25c
f: Mary Ellen Miller Bruce Cannon ii iook ahead never back.
,
I
By Mn. D. E. Hill will be dinner at the church and wards. They attended church into

: Gerald Griffis, Joan Bell, Janet an egg hunt for the children in group Sunday and Thursday WANTED Clean Cotton Rag' to 75c eachDOORS
and Judy Mann, Harold, Johnny asauuaauauasa.aaauf11'MU
L the afternoon. Just here we wish they celebrated the birthday anniversary No Pant. No !Shlrtn, Mint Be
f and Cheryl Wilkinson, Freddie Sees Cancer Film, to say that we made another mistake of the troop with an Clean. Bradford County Taleraph. -
.
=::: ::'::. and Betty Griffis, :Mrs. Easter
Home Missions last week in this announce-
:. Program
outing to Lakeside Park in Lake .
1 I $1.00 to $5.00 each
Mann, Mrs. Addie Griffis, Mrs. "Tarry and Tell" the Annie ment. The singers are to be at Butler. The troop sold 120 boxescf

Dexter McPherson and Mrs. Les- Armstrong home missions program I this church March 21, instead of Girl Scout cookies. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
rQ/\'illi: sie Mae Wilknson served birth- REGISTER Firrmoi \ tME WOOD SASH
the March 29. We thought we had I
A1TERY \ was presented at regular PersonalsWe Xotic I is hereby given that the
1 .1".",t.' '\ s' day cak and drinks. meeting of Hampton Bap- copied this as Rev. Lane had writ- want to welcome Mr. and nndersigned. under the provision! 50c to $1.00 each
V : ( <. rand We are all very glad to know tist WMU at the home of Mrs. E. ten it for us. After we had mailed Mrs. Walter Alvarez and children f Chapter :2S.S35.! : : Iowa of Florida
I .
lets of 1941.! will regiMT with theCTerk
that Mrs. Dan .
) Hargroves has
recovered L. Birt Thurs- the announcement to the to the Farm. I ',
/ I near Hampton last paperswe They are occupyingthe of the fire-nit ( mrt. In and
blast 7'I sufficiently to be back on day evening, March 12. re-read his news note and L. R. Thomas house. i for Bradford County, Florida upon USEJ
when was it the job once gain at the Griffis receipt of proof of publication ofthi
found had copied it IS
Opening the meetingwas we wrong.
I evening's Rev. and Mrs. Maton of Gaines- + notice, the fictititioim name of & J's
Bros. Store. a film, "The Other City," on OUR FACE RED? It should be! Peyton-Florist tinder which I am
checked? -.L Johnny Schmidt, son of Frank cancer presented by Mrs. Davis, We are very short on news again with Carolyn and Douglas Brown. enpaped in bii"ines* at 119 S

Schmidt is now at home on fur- of the Alachua County Unit of so very much rain we could Mrs. Mary Brown returned Thompson Onota T.St.Peyton.Starke.Route Fla. 1, Tox; MODERNIZATIONPLAN

lough from the service in San the American Cancer Society, in not go to church, or anyone get home Wednesday after an illness 433.: Starke, Fla. Pile owner.
is than three old, you can Antonio, Texas. Paced this :26th! day of Fehrnarr.A .
If more years
battery spent at the
your Gainesville. Mrs. T. J. Alderman to our house. home of her son, A. .\. .. 191S.: at Starke Bradford Easy FinancingNO
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson
expect it to wear out any week now. local reps esentative of the American W. Brown. County Florida.
And regardless of its age, if you haven't had it Sr. and daughter Charlene of Cancer Society, presentedMrs. "'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''.n.YvYYv'' Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sappof 2-6:! 4t 3-19 DOWN PAYMENT

in for trouble. Jacksonville visited with Mrs. J. Davis to the group. Films on Daytona Beach spent the week- OTirE OF 1>TK>TIOTO
checked for water recently, you're F HA. Title 1 Loans
W. Bell afternoon. or
Friday
:cancer facts will be shown to the GRIFFIS LOOPBy end with their parents, Mr. and IIKGISTKK"' FHTITIOI NMH .
Stop in at our Cities Service station this week fora Misses Linda and Sharon Sim- pUblic at the Florida Theatre in Mrs. Carl'Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Notice i is hereby given that the ABC I'lan Loan
nndersigned. under the provisions
mons enjoyed the bus ride downto 301 E. CaD St. -- Starke, Fla.
free battery check. If you need a replacement, we Starke at 10 a. m. Friday and Saturday Verble AndersonA.AAA.AAAAAAAA..AAAAAA Dodd. of Chapter 20.933: Law of Florida..

have the best the Cities Service drychargedTriFiir the state night.tournament The lastWednesday m(,rnings. March 20 and 21, There will be a cottage prayer Acts Clerk of of 1941.the will Circuit register Court with in and the
sophomoreclass Mrs. Davis said, and urged all in meeting at the home of Bro. and for Bradford County. Florida upon
battery. of the Baldwin High School I Sis. Dempsey Clark receipt of proof of publication of
this community to attend. Thursday
is guaranteed the Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown, I this notice the fictitious of J&J
"Tri-FilP battery ponsored bus rides. Mrs. name
The Sis.
dry-charged the evening. Clark will leave
Following the cancer film Fri- .
Brown Turnpike Motel undervihkh I
I Shirley and Bill Gnann am
Eoialine Bell and and Mrs.C. :
100% factory-fresh, because the power solution isn'tadded son business meeting was held, and I day morning to enter Riverside !I!am engaged in business on U S.Highway .
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil BUILDING SUPPLIES
B. Nolan of Baldwin served as Hospital for ::01 South, Bradford Coun
until it's installed in your car. What's more chaperones for the trip. then the home mission program, Rowe Sunday. North surgery. I ty. Florida. QUALITY & SERVICE
given by Mrs. Charles Hicks. The Side Baptist Church I John Schoemmell sole owner :210!
Mrs. Mary Brown has returned
the "Tri-Fill's" greater liquid We wish to extend our deepest I
hostess served refreshments of Sunday School, 10 a. m.: Morn- I, North Cherry St. Starke. Florida.
sympathy to the family of Mrs. home after a long stay at the Dated this 2l1h of February A.P.
it needs water just ing '
Worship, 11
reserve means coffee to twelve a.
cake Cokes and State Farm home of her son. She m.: Evening'Worship 139 at Starke. Bradford County
Jones who
Ted recently passed
three times a year in normal use at her home in Baldwin.She members and guests. has been ill for same time and 7:30. Tuesday 7:30,:. Florida. 2-26 4t 3-19''.

and its tough insulation: prevents away was the daughter-in-law of The April meeting will be at the we hope she recovers soon. Choir practice; Prayer meeting Men's Clothing t B
home of Mrs. D. E. Hill, on Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. I
to !J. W. of Maxville. Edward Green is visiting his \\ STORE 1
gives Jones :1111ALVAREZ' 11KOCH'S
power leakage, up \ / and Thursday evening, April 16, at I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie A warm welcome awaits you at: Established m
Mrs. Lorraine Mosley
70% longer battery life! daughter Vitkie and Mrs. Doris.7:39 p. m. Green for two weeks. He will then North Side Baptist Church. I I

Big trade allowance for your ISunner were dinner guests of YWA GAS MEET if turn to Rhode Island where he I-

old battery, too.SILCOX -- l Mrs. C. B. Nolan in Baldwin last Members of Hampton Baptist is stationed with the U. S. NavY. II
Thursday. YWA, Intermediate and Junior We are sorry that Ellie Sullivanis I
GA groups met at the church in Bradford .
Bradshaw County Hospital.All I
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
CITIES SERVICE cf Jacksonville visited relatives Monday evening, March 16, with his friends of this community _
.*even members present. Following wish him
a speedy
recovery.
705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla here in Maxville Sunday.
I The Maxville School children business meetings and programl'Pfreshments j, Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins
of sandwiches, visited in Gainesville Saturday.

cookies and punch were served.II Harold Griffis and children of *

PersonalsMrs. ,Pclatka visited his parents Mr.
This Week's Special 1. -G. Wadsworth. underwent -I and Mrs. Arnold Griffis recently.

an operation at St. Vincent's I Rev. Curtis Harris visited his

Hospital in Jacksonville Monday twister, Mrs. Arnold Griffis, Wed-
morning. Visiting here to be with nesday.

her sisters were Mrs. J. H. Day I i!\ Linda Brookins was Sunday We join in welcoming the Pipeline Personnel to Starke and invite you to

and Mrs Joe Morrow of Plant j r guest of Patsy O"Brian. make KOCH'S DRUG STORE your Headquarters while in Starke.

C.ty. Mrs. Wadsworth expected to ,: There will be a mass meeting I Prompt Prescription Service and Quality Goods and Low Prices is our
I be able to come home the first 1 j 3t Kingsky Lake Baptist Church
:
Motto.
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h tif : of next week. Thursday night March 19. Those
5 f Mr and Mrs. J. L. Chancey of ]j who wish to go by bus should beat

I West Palm Beach visited here last I Boatdrain Church at 7 p. m. Heady Made

v.-eek with her sister. Mrs. Jessie ], We hope to have a bus load and

Chastain. Sunday visitors at Mrs. .'bring back the banner. Easter Baskets
Chastain's were her nephew and' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian

family. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Andrews ,and children visited Rev. and Mrs. ,

and children, who have Orville Brookins Thursday night. 98c to 4.95

moved recently from Californiato Calvin Reams visited James 0.f '- r. C .

1 1-4 I Il a farm home near Starke. Brian Saturday afternoon.
_-l 1 \ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and I f Hoatdrain Baptist Church I r
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1 1t + of Lawtey and Mrs. J. L. Williams -
ton Sunday School, 10
a. m.; In Fancy Boxes
} and Russell Williams were Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; Easter Baskets
a dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. .
e 1 a M rraininj Union, 6:30 p. m.; Evening -

M. Matchett on Wednesday evening I Worship, 7:30 p. m.. and I Whitman -- Norris Hollingsworth Made To Order
of last week. I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:15
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hill visited p. m. Rev. Orville Pastor. Everyone "As You Like It"
I in Pomona Park on Thursdaylast welcome.

Hill.Mr.week with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. VYY..m..y .1 Plush RABBITS -- 98c to 12.95


and Mrs. James J. Smith,

of New Port Richey parents of NORTH SIDEBy
f :Mrs. W. P. McElroy have been -EXTRA SPECIAL--

visiting here with the McElroy

family for the past week. Mrs. Carl Brown 9.95 RABBITS only 4.95

9-PC. BEDROOM GROUP Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May of fYTTMr. '''........'y''yy'.......
Gainesville visited in Hamptonwith
Mrs. Minnie Marcionny on i and Mrs. Bland Matthewsand
Sunday.Mr. 1 daughter of Jacksonville

and Mrs Edward Saxon : visited her mother, Mrs. Sarah JELLY BEANS 29c : -

95 end daughters of Tampa spent I. Alvarez, this weekend. b :
1 Double Dresser :last weekend here visiting rela- Rev. and Mrs.\ Carter and Mr.

and Mrs. S, C. Harley enjoyed revival -
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mac-

1 Chest of Drawers intosh and Mrs. Ethel Tidwell services at Hollister Baptist Choc. Covered Eggs lOc 1 to 1.49 1 "
Church
di ore to Tampa on Monday for a.. Saturday night.
1 Bookcase Bed visit, with the Saxons. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez .,,1 i
and children and Mr. and Mrs.

1 Night Table Ivory dinner guests Thompson of their were parents Sunday,

GAY'SHome Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Johns. Fryer 5.95

1 Innerspring Mattress We are happy to have Mrs.

AppliancesYour Jessie Scott home after spending x THASPECIALKitchen I Pan 6.95

1 Box Spring several weeks with her mother,

Friendly Mrs. Cora Jones of Fernandina Towels, set 98c

2 Boudoir Lamps No Carrying Charge! Beach. Mrs. Jones has been ill.

.:;.:. Norge Dealer Little Michael Cowart is ill with
measles and a kidney infection.

NQRGE: APPLIANCES Others on the sick list are Mrs. --- 24 HOUR FILM SERVICE ---

WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS MATTAQ WASHERS Maude Wainwright Mrs. Daisy

Stewart, Mrs. Alma Thompsonand
COLEMAN HEATERS mad Carl Stewart. We pray that

FLOOR FURNACESWe they an may be well again soon.
John Aquiar and Nancy of KOCH DRUG STOREPrescriptions
Service All MakesOf
HART FURNITURE CO. Jacksonville spent Saturday with.
Appliances her mother and other relatives.Mr. I

.'and Mrs. P. B. Johns visited -i
PHONE:.WO 4-7511 their son. Azure and family of are our main business. Three registered pharmacists to serve you.

-123E.. lc .. CALL ST. PHONE. WO 9-2771 Starke, Florida Jacksonville last week. i I PHONE WO 4-4401 FOR FREE DELIVERY SERVICE.n. .

Gale Martin spent the weekend I

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.. -- CVERtfREEN -I 1 services March 22. I I the Recreation Program. | Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clapp of At-' Rho is still UCnfined to the hospital
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, .At The Tabernacle Methodist Church I ;L Mark ,Episcopal 1 BAPTIST CHURCH A study course on Soul Winning Fish and chicken pilau will Dei i I Ii ir.nta. Ga. visited her brother and from injuries sustained in ateeent

. I $1 for adults and 50 cents for chit i sister-in-law. and ilrs. K. u. automobile accident un I
9 451| Rev. RajrowBd C.'MaeBlabi Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach vas'completed Friday evening by)i j jt
James Files of Birmingham, SundayChurch School. : Services-9:45 !ing 11 ,a. m. Training Union 630: approximately 50 poop:e. Tne,; irn; Door piTzes will be given Pampier. Saturday.Mr. ; their return trip they visited the
Sunday a.m.
. Ala., a graduate of the Southeastern c. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Church School; 11:00a.nl.., Morning p. m."Preaching'f:3Q: p. m.17ayez largest class in attendance was I and donations of pies and and II |! and Mrs. S. Jo::. Brown and i i Bill Lame family of Baldwin.

I Bible School, brought the .Nursery and Junior Church provided Prayer and Sermon. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. the Intermediate Young People. I cakes are requested. j jPersonals children of Micanopy visited Mrs. and Mrs. ER Fulton of.Jacksonville
I during morning worship.MYF I Wednesday .Bftle'study 7:30 Mr. Packham is conducting revival -: i ii < tends; here Saturday. were dinner gu.t'ts.r.dar.
Sunday
message at the Gospel Tabernacle Holy Communion-Fim 1 Mrs. T. 1":
6 p .m. Evening Worship.\1 11:00: a.m. Third Sunday p. m. services at Walthourville. Ga. i Mrs. and Mrs. L. K. Childs vis-1 .>>Ir. and Mrs: H. G. Jarrell and' \. : of Mr. and
. last Friday night. He and his 7:30 p. m.Monday, 7:30 a.m. ; this week. I II I!I ited relatives in Monticello. re- daughter of Jacksol1ille"Islt'd Ho\t't'li.'

wife are doing deputation work through FridayPre- Wednesday-7:00 p.m., Choir I,'.rrr.rvvrr.r. ...Yn'f.y, Benefit !Supper March 21 i i cently. II j her brother and sister-in-law. Rev.I Mrs. Bessie Cocnrane ts visitingher

preparatory to service in Brazil. Easter Service 12 noon. Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany and: Another "supper will be served I !.fr. and Mrs. N' Z. Sullivan vis- and MrsT: M. L. Packham. Monday.Mr. son-in-law and daughter "Rev.
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An instrumental number. The Wednesday Story Hour for Bible Study. : LONG 'BRIDGEAND Saturday, March 21, at the Community ::.: ited relatives in Unite Springs, and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and and Mrs. Thomas Barnard of WalI -
, I Ia 'House for the benefit> ol last week. son visited the former's father. I terhourville. Ga.
3:30 Prayer -
Palms," will be featured during Primary Group, p. m. : NEW RIVER I
. Meeting and Bible Study. 7:15 IIEILBRONN MI/O:. AllY
the -
morning service this Sunday,
p. m. Chancel Choir rehearsal i BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. R. F. Merritt1AAAAAAA.4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
and The Resurrection Stol1'11'Ii 8:30 p. m. I Sunday Schoor '10 a. m. :Morn-

be the theme of thes- <, on We invite you to worship withus ng Worship, 11 a. m. Evening

- Easter; Sunday. There will be II at all services and especially I,' Worship, 7:30, p. m. Training : There is not too much news this THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH
special music for children. call your attention to the Pre- j I Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid-1 i-eek. I think that just about --

r. I, Easter services to be held each ; Week Prayer Meeting Wednes I II 'creryon-e is hanging on to any-

. day. Monday through Friday.1 I lay 7:30 pm.FAITH I, thing that is stable and won't

conducted by the Ministerial Association float! away. The river is nut Of
Madison Street BAPTIST CHURCH i the banks at the bridge for the
of Starke. I r
LawteyA. first time in many yearr I
J Baptist Church First Christian Church E. Massey, Pastor I We notice a lot of sad and long
Block Bible school, 10 a. m. (I faces lately. Especially the 'fish-
(900 W. 3Iad1son St.)
Preaching, 11 a. m. I ermen. I
Morning worship, 11 a.m. !
.Y. Services Each Lord's Day Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor Evening Service 7:30 p m. I Understand that our local fishers r
Bible Study and Prayer licet-
Sunday School 10 a.m. are about out of business for
S 'hool 9U't.. n 7:50: I
Sunday < Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. ; pm. Wednesday.Radio a while. Sampson Lake is out in

Planting Worthip 11 I:00 A.". Wednesday Prayer Meeting, program, 8 to 8:30 a. I he trees, from all reports.

Training I'nion 6:15 PJI. 7:30 pm.Adult -n. each Sunday over station I Friends of Janice Shiver will

., Choir practice, 6:45: : p.m A'RGR. Starke. egret to learn of her admission
Wo
Evening whrip 7:30 P.M.
Wednesday. to Doctcrs Hospital in Starke,

II PRAYER 3IEKTIXG; Ladies Council. 1st and 3rd HIXVAV CIIAl'f.L where; she underwent surgery Satin ..ca
Wednesday 7:30 P.M.Y ASSEMBLY OF GODG. She :
is
Tuesday nights.Everybody day morning. now doing
welcome to each M. Oabone, Pastor |fine and is expected home soon.Everyone .
Nursery For All Services
; Open
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10
Sunday School
m. Morn
service.; I at the church would a I Ir
'. A Cordial Welcome ExtendedTo ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic like to thank George Andersonfor I

AU Who Will Worship With CBURrH OF CHRIST Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday the wonderful effort 'that he ''..

r s. C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister weekly prayer service. Invita- [has put cut in bringing the extra I

Sunday Sunday School. 10 tion extended to everyone. [lumber to 'the church. 's 7; h

J. H. Mary, Jr., Pastor a. m., morning service, 11 a. m. We would also like to thank hI
AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH :
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evening service 6:30 p. m. John Dukes for donating a build-
Y I Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morning i, % I
ing that can also be used for the
Worship 11 a. m. Training ;
progress of the churchAll
Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship i, I
FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke the children have been sing-
6 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer ; ing Peter Cottontail lately. I

Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. V-onder why? Well everyone interested .

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Everyone welcome. in seeing that an the tw
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Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town GRAHAM children have a good Easter egg iY. u > I
!hunt try'to be at the church Sunday i
Phones Office WO 4.6901Pastorium WO 9.2301 BAPTIST CHURCH ..
: I I morning and we'll see what ;: 11fem.
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning .
# I Ire can do for them. I M
: SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Worship 11 .. .m Training i I; Brother and 'Sister ''Syers of
Union 6:30: p. IJI. "Hrenln 'Worship I
Penney "Farms will have a Billy
'Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. 7:30 !
p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant -Graham![ New York Crusade program -.
pastor. I THE CHURCH FOR A' t Ili
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Sunday night. They would ALL POR THE CHURCH; it
i like to welcome everyone. Let's I g
K1NGSUS7! : LAKE I Ii TV konk n it* mi.I fitloMI
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A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU [help them make it a success.
:MISSIONARYBAPTIST h.,.. and
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.rth (in the IniitJiDji a <
i 1 Tm going to tell on James Lav ..... ........
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- good vi4if? p It a v'TrH\ oft
AT THE
FRIENDLY CHURCH ,: ender. Last Friday 'night as I
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Ing Worship 11 a-m. Evening! f irrta.il raloWIoo! *.,.. .(I..KIt. I
I Service 7:30 was passing his house I noticedthe I ..-tifM-r.. democrat: .T Met rnrirahra. cnI I'I'surrne. '
p.m. Prayer Meetlnr -- -- -----
car parked at an angle with I There are tour wind reaww ''I
'1 each 7:30 ,
Wednesday : p.m. Everyone I
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ihe lights and by the corner of .I.OVIJ anent '
: on why' .err person xr.rce' 'I
The tribute to \ welcome.-nev. H. H. Mott. I
perfect !
It l i t the house stood James with his Who stud'tAere i* uo tuck thing as juvenile rcSulx/r.nJwpportdwh.rcI.! TKrv I
cherished pastor. I!Gn: and he really had a lot ofnerve. arc (I tl For hr 0". v.l*. (Z) for hi,
.a delinquency'
memory of to i II
roW ii sate
I chddnn air (3) t.
He was hunting a pole cat Look at the record! Millions of boys and girls \'
a 1 NORTH SIDE (_In.I, a.J ." 10.. (4)) Fvt tit' .Uof !
from the smell of the neighbor- in trouble wit, the police-
under twenty-one \
: ..Every funeral that we con BAPTIST CHURCH crime by the Chunk _II. .hnb wfa ha II IIminers.
hood. I think he close the traffic teen-agers-organized (
was on dope among .
.. t malrtul. Plan lo ,
duct is of Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- mot*.I) and wrpotl jolo i
a source sustaining .
11 hail! cWvfc rrftibrljr I *.J i*.i roar BoI.k : I I''
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: I Ing Worship a. m. Training I .- This
delinquency.
solace and spiritual inspiration So Ions see ya next week. But this is not always: juvenile .
to the f Union 6: u p. m. Evening Worship Is often the tragedy of ADULT DELINQUENCY.r I'
family. t 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting It is frequently the result of neglect, indifference Ceresand
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Wednesda, 7:30 p. In. Everyone lack of Christian training in our homes. It is 1\81
Hundreds of details are managed and economical* \\elcome.Rey.. H. R. Carter the failure of parents that has led to the wreckage !Snadar. Luke ids ii.a '
ly attended to that only a trained and careful Pastor. l l iE-VEL I of many of these young lives. T.'unda., r.ptrw : e
organization can perform when the urgent need Bring your child to Sunday School and Church. u.inp i r iuie II 2O-M see !
for HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Give him the spiritual care that he wants and needs. Thursday M.rt :ail s II
serving is at hand.DeWITT Mrs. H. 51. McRaa f.daY Prueri I
Premillennial' Fundamental I Remember, Mother and Dad, we cannot always 1 say, t II fda, U.amuei II a
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"juvenile delinquency." Be sure it is net your failure 1\
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C. JONES Missionary. Seven miles south of .AAAAAAA"'AAAA.A.& U. I which may cause"your child to ruin his life.

FUNERAL Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- There smaller J
DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE was a attendance
PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4.2610 ham, pastor. I than usual at Pine Level ''Baptist Copyright 1959..Keistet Adv. Servkt.Strtsburf, V*. I Iw i it
Sunday School 10 a. m., Worship Church last Sunday, probably due Im
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept ,i
11 a. m., Training Union 7 ,IIi
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to the bad weather and so many .. ._ ,
ANY life insurance policy in force issued by ANY company, as p. m.. Evening Worship 8 p. m. people being ill. j i I, .

payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation Wednesday Prayer meeting .. I
We are glad to hear tnat Benny -M j ,.. ---
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7:30 tn.everyone. 'Y- -
carries no obligation. p. McRae is improving, although
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welcome.AVAILABLE he is still in the hospital, follow- I

ing his automobile accident of

three weeks ago. I! These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service II I

FOR Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent I I

Thursday and Friday of last week I
with his aunt, Mrs. Charity Glis-

N son of Lake Geneva. They returned JOHN A. TORODE
V. THE PEOPLE OF home Saturday and spent i GASOLINE CREASE .

O Sunday with their son-in-law FUEL OIL 1. DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENE .'
and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
THIS AREA
Bishop Thomas and familyof LUBRICATIONOILS MINERAL |
Brooker.
Lynn McRae. son of Mr. and SPIRITS 1 .

Mrs B. M. McRae of Starke, returned I

to San Francisco last Sun- I

INSTALLMENT PLAN day after spending several days FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES I

with his parents. Ya o.wa Ml4 v

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor
and children of Jacksonville were FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL

PLUMBING HEATING decent visitors of Mrs. Taylor's Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9.2011 Starke, Fla.
REPAIRS parents the H. M. McRaes.

Those who were visitors of

Lynn McRae and evening supper

I guests of his parents, Mr. and I ,.
NOTHING I Mrs. B. M. McRae Saturday were
DOWN *
and Mrs W. E. Hall Mrs. W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO HARRY C. ELROD, JRa|

Vera Mitchell Mrs. Eldon Sapp

and son Rudolph and Jo. 'Al- Mayor of Starke Associate Store Furniture Real Estat
36 MONTHS TO PAY LOW INTEREST RATE len Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Norman!
and son Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. J. !
G. Jackson and daughters Elizabeth I.

Sue, and son Bill Guy

Stalnaker. Mr. and Mrs. V.E.. Denmark Furniture Co. GEMJEWELRY Sam Rosenberg & So
LOANS FROM $100 TO $3,500Fast Thornton and children, Shirley
Huey and boys. Mr. and Mrs. 'A. .
I n. McRae and son Buddy and Of Starke New and Used FurnituJFARM
i N. I.. WOODBURN
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. I
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Lynn and some of his friends

No Delay! No Red Tape! visited his brother 'Benny at j l I

Bradford County Hospital. I .
Mrs. Cheshire of Palatka spent j EDWARDS'Grocery J & J HOMEBuilding I
FUNDS AVAILABLE AT ONCE IF CREDIT RATING GOODWe last week with her son-in-law and I ,

I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Market Supplies Inc. V And Auto Supply,
Starling I

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are pleased to announce that we can now offer you the opportunity I

to make modernization improvements to your home throughthe t\\m i I ,
THMSSABy
Community State Bank BROWNLEEOf
Noland Credit Co. This.is a much-needed service in this area. HARDY BROTHERS

We make for at home I I Ruth GriffistAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Starke & CHASTEE
easy arrangements you your or our office in : Motor Company

Starke. Now you can have that long-needed extra bath, new heatingor
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modernized kitchen. With deepest 'regret Hope Baptist -
Church accepted the resignation -I

f of their beloved pastor MerleL. LAWSON'SGrocery WARREN'S SMITTY'S
Packham effective April 15.:

We Specialize American Standard Products 1 Rev. Packham resigned to accept and. Market Shell Station Barber Shop
the call of the Eastside Baptist -
Church at frames city. He

'along 'with his family, has donea
If Interested Call Write .
or great service in this area and

we will surely 'miss them. We TERWILLEGAFMOTORS
pray for God's blessings for them GIB BROWN'S GUY ANDREWS

GNANN PLUMBING CO. in their new field. .
Service Station
Rev. Samuel CUthbert of Parkct Real Estate

fthe'Palms at Keystone Heights Your Authorized Ford
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ft'Oftd1KW :Sunday eveiunfr 'Iseri -
11S N. Court St. Starke Phone WO 4-1111 i vices and Pat Bowers, also of I

j Park of the Palms, will conauct'both I

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1 .y.. ................. gtdar! meeting on the fourth Friday Tallahassee by the Cocrdinatcr of ..IT'mtn/m/TTyr7m" day guests were Mr. Cox's nephew:' --

j NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZENS night at the home of Mrs. Scholarship Services. : nd fcmil:: Mr. and Mrs. Wade;
I Gloria Graham. All members are Teachers Meeting fl'E [fL n1t ( Iv Harrison of Lyons, Ga. PROTECT your DRIVER'S license:

OF BRADFORD COUNTY urged to be present as we have The 59th Annual session of the Our sick arc Mrs. MJton Rosier
1 business of importance to trans- Florida State Teachers Association By Mrs. Harvty McCarthyaaaaaaua.aaasaaaasa.
.. who has been ill for a long time.I IMrs.
1I By Ozora J. Shell .ct. BUY
I ,I will be held in Tampa on : .. Tate Crosby and little Mike
, . . . . . . . The last monthly meeting was March 19-20 at the Fair Grounds Norman
AAA&&A&&AAA&&A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA son of Mr. and Mrs. Hard -
I held at the home of Mr. and.Mrs.I m the Electric Building. Delegates I Howdy,. Neighbors about the .! Norman sick with the flu and
' Outstanding Service Men ,I in the wearing of his uniform. Iam Jerry Clark in Lincoln City at .!from Bradford County are: Principal i bggest: news in our Community is Everett Thornton infant son of. ; LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE

Mrs. Sophia Royal mother of sure the citizens of Starke are which time a delicious repast was I!: C. C. Anderson, C. Johnson, TOO MUCH VATER 'IXs sir. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton recovering .
I these outstanding young men I proud of these achievements of served. I I[!F. J. Givens, O. W. Gecrge. Oth- t there's water ev rywhe you look, from a bad case of the
native sons.Carnation j I trs expected to attend are Supervisor :ditches overflowing, water over
have recently received letters and I The club is still interested in measles. May we remember to No Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
Club the gymnasium : Shell and E. R. Shell. the rural roads but the saddest for
;, project that has I I pray our sick friends and for
citations awarded to her sons Sgt. Is'
UIURCH XEWS sight to
, Regular meeting of the Carnation peen launched for RJE and will see strawberry plants all ethers who are in sickness and
I Hoyal and Seaman 2-c Horace First Born Temple, Lincoln City under water. Let's hope clearer
i it Social Saving Club was be: calling upon the public to support I: ,.2 in throughout our land.::
I Royal. Here are just a few of the j held at the Reno Theatre on an affair soon in the interest First Born Temple Lincoln skies are coming our way. Guess that's about all. News is DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCYWinkler
t City, Elder Flax Howard pastor May we again invite and
wonderful expressions made. Sgt. of this you
;,Monday. Last Sunday the club very interestingnuilding I short. May it be the good Lord's
Royal received letter of congratulations : worshipped at Ebenezer Baptist in our community. I trill hold regular services all day your family to visit with us at vYill to forever bless you and Hid-. Temple Ave. Phone: WO 4-4501

I for his fine gj"dr.r.ce:Church Kev. E. D. Robinson, pas- Heart Fund ReportA I Sunday starting with church i I,'Heilbronn Church. Our schedule *turs. bye now.
and example set for the Top f.21 tor in the interest of the rally and brief call School. All officers and members I includes Sunday School Morning
, was made in the asked to at their of Worship. Training Union and
be posts
are
basic ,
trainees who
went through
: Captain Grace Long, member of terest of the Heart Fund in-I 1 j'
l their initial training cycle under the club. Other members are Mrs. diately after the close of the duty cn time. At 3:30: p. m. Sister |evening Worship every Sunday ,
Rosetta Cohen will in with Rev. Otis T. Jones pastor
I +PI .udance: -leadership. Sgt. Hosa Williams and Bertis'Robin- I appear I :
Drive. A total of
$53.53 collected !
was Recital and will be delivering inspiring Plus r.1A E \OUR"OIE-STOP -
Gospel Song messages.
r C. .. Loyal was one of four to re- f-cn. A very liberal donation was in less than week .
a much
: '
accompanied by Brother Robert congregational singing led by
this honor.
, c.it ; Seaman 2-c; left by the club. the y
to surprise of Dr. Jennings. Williams famous i Chorister, Russell Redding 'EI'tA.eE '
guitar player as-
, I
01 u3a" e Royal was nominated |
. President Brooks is making a I education: program director of PLAN -
sisted
and ethers. The general public is by Mrs. L. L. Morgan Jim-
: cf the Fleet" in February i I
:special appeal to all the churches the Woman's Club of Starke. Persons $
mie Lee
invited to come out and hear ; and cute little Ray Nor-
: ? year for his exemplary de- : I II
, to participate in the Easter Sun-
making effort
special in this
\ : i to duty and self dedica- I these great musical artists who man with the talented Mrs. La-
Musical Tea and Talent Pa- drive for
day the
total
above included i !
of will thrill you with a wonderful; mar Reddish at the piano. Also
1 tc the USN, for his
n
sense
rade of beautiful Easter fashions.We L.
: Mrs. M. Royal teacher of program
onal for the from start to finish.j special singing by Mrs. Otis T. # -
JCT: : responsibility:! -
have helped you now we are 7th grade at RJE $2.00 plus class I .
Jones Mrs. Lamar -
moral assistance he has given I There is no charge for admission [ Reddish Miss a
asking for your help. The program contributions Mrs. Louiza Brown i
linda Gaskins
please and Misr1
out and Joyce
othr frr his unselfish donation bring your purse
I: will begin at 5 p. m. president Thurston PTA $1.50 I Ir On
leave a donation. Sister Morgan. Wednesday night,
of f to W'I
.m! special ship's
: pro- I The Easter Rabbit will lead the j r and Mrs. B. J. Lennon, teacher of i Strong, reporter. I legular prayer meeting is held.
jets >i outstanding performancein I
: 1 i. :- ->e tality and for the re- i parade on Sunday, RJE Cafe- first Alien grade at RJE, who contacted Pleasant Grove Methodist Church i at which time the biblical book I We join the other merchants of Starke in issuing a most cordial
i torium where the Carnation Chapel AME Church Rev.I Pleasant Grove Methodist of "Genesis" is being studied and
confidence held for him
rre 1:1: ( j
I members and friends will be toiccehe A. Sampson pastor and reported Church Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor i explained: by the pastor. Friday
1 ficers and men of his I I $4.15. School f welcome to our new residents. We invite you to make our new'
all of their A totals were
1 "lo-al to whom guests. very field service all day Sunday in.;evenings choir practice is enjoyed -
is a man
p
i fine variety of talent will ..provideentertainment' I as follows: RJE, $25 C. C. Ander- :spite of the rainy weather and the by all. Prayer meeting and
lu> with our'
point for in
ipr/?:trs pride I( store on Temple Avenue headquarters anything
I for you. Don't miss con $10.90 Wateroak $6.15 choir both your
practice start at 7:30
The
and c' Flat: d to be the best cook I rally was a great success. :
: the Easter treat. A. R. Jenkins Hampton, $7:30 Thurston $4.18.
in th" U "N. Royal is of following churches and captains ,
a man I
pmWe line while in Starke and
integrity and honor. He is a creditto reporter Mrs C. L. Scholl County Chair- made reports with New Bethel'' wish to take this time to vicinity.

the USN in his performance of Tiefta Club s I man. Dr. F. Jennings, Education Baptist Church and Captain Irene I thank the Special Singers from .

cuty and in the pride exhibited The Fiesta Club will hold re- Director and Ozora Shell, collector Kelly taking the lead reporting j Evergreen Church that rendered
j wishes to thank all persons $52.50, Free Caanan Church of beautiful songs Sunday evening.We .

who made contributions to this God In Unity second reporting are also thankful for the fellowship .. I

;I', when you needRELIABLE ; o'rive. I MO.80. Sister Alene DeSue, Cap- :] enjoyed with other visitors r

HospitalizedMrs. I to'n Total raised for the day was from Evergreen Church and A 1 ,
I Louiza Brown. presidentof i$356.59.. for all the others visiting with us -=

Antioch Baptist Church Choir: On the third Sunday in May Sunday or in the past and sin- b'Lr
GAS SERVICE I I
recently had a major operationat Women and Men's Day will beheld !cerely hope you will come again

Doctors Hosptal Starke. Sheis jointly. The pastor officers;and again in the future because

THINK OF doing fine and expects to go members and captains wish to j| we: nede you and you and especially rii
SLADE GAS
i home in a few days. Mrs. Brown thank all persons who partici-i|' you.Watch.
is a faithful member of Antioch pated and contributed to the success this column next week 4

TANKS FROM: GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP and a loyal worker in the churches of the program and pre- j I for: a report on the High School 4
of the community. She is also Easter Rally. The Spiritual Echoes (|PTA meeting held Tuesday even- t a

PHONE WO 43531COMPIETE: : : president of the Thurston School are still on their way and will becoming ,|' cf this week. [Too late for publi-

PTA. All cf her friends are wish- jcur way upon request. 'cation in this issuel.This report AND EQUIPMENT FOR GREEN THUMBERS
ing for her a speedy recovery. I Just call on us and tell us what':will be made by Mrs. Cornelius

Sunday is her birthday so we hope rou want. We are at your sendee. Moore High School PTA publicity
all of the choir members will I:Maybelle Dell reporter. I j jlen !chairman and will be of interestto
I
'
TREE SERVICE shower! her with cards. The party .\! Chapel .\:\ Church I all.

.'.ill not be held until she is able Allen! Chapel AME Church. Rev.j' Miss Marilyn Cox and her
I ALL HOUSE AND POT PLANTS REDUCED ]I
Pruning Cavity Work to attend. Flowers have been 'jL-A., Sampson paster will hold, brother, Pearson both studentsat
,- sent= by the choir and other regular trustee services Sunday the University in Gainesville

racing Tree Removal groups. Other people dismissed I !starting, with Sunday School atle Tent the weekend with their

Horn the hospital and on the job a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas in parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox..

De-Mossing: TransplantingFree gain. are Lottie Williams and rha: e. District confernce was Mrs. Beulah Kelly of the \-I FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.

.Mrs. Mariam Tyson. held in Lake Butler. Chairman of less Highway community spent
Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S Eddie HSt week with her sister, Mrs.
Scholarship Examination Trustee Board Principal
224 N. TEMPLE: AVE. PHONE WO 4.3965
Tuesday March 17, the general Thompkins provided transport- Tate Crosby.Mr. .
scholarship examinations for ation for the members. A very and Mrs. E, L. Cox's Thurs-.

TREE! SURGEONSPETE loans from the State Departmentof I f.ne meeting was held. Starke was '

Eudcation were given at RJE. well represented. E. J Givens,-re,;.. r. .,
Persons who are successful and porter.Tbenczcr. -. ,
SAP, OwnerP. pass!' these examinations are eligible : Baptist Church .\ II .... ..... t i at. .._ '- '-- '
1 ..-...;; .. :'r-: ;
Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.E. .... .. ,. :
for loans to attend college ,. .. \.1, t.' ; 01(
0. Box 77.1- Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. lor teaching or nursing next term. D. Robinson paster held regular f
The following persons took the services all day Sunday in _" _or-_
AGENTS; examination: nursing Beatrice spite of the rainy weather. The ----.-."""' -

Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9.3617 Baskin. Joan Elaine Jenkins rally was extended to June although '

Hazel Tyson and Lucille Mary many of the captains
Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla. .
I Walker: teaching: Tommie Lane made very fine reports and over
Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. Huff and Joseph Jenkins. The <300 was reported. Sister Grace
.
; winners will be announced from I Long had as her gust: the Carnation -

I Social Saving Club. Mrs. ..

\Vilhelmena Brooks president. ..
.
..
"'Tie group made a rich contribution -
to the service with their

I presence and donation. Other

I members of the church belongingto ..
t this club are Sister Rosa Wil- .. _r"

I iiiams i and Bertis Robinson. rz1
Regular service will be held on

the First: Sunday in April. All

members are asked to come out ,

Y and support the program. Presi- .
cent: R. Williams is asking all ,

i choir members to be in place for r+
[ service at this time. Ranell 1 r"1 '1i1r YJ

'i'Enslish, reporter. ,

'/W."4;' i i Funeral services for Emma .-'
', i Haynes will be held at 2 p. m.i .

|i rrxt Sunday. March 22 at Macedonia -
!r Baptist Church near RampEVERGREEN -
HEAT
S : ten.r .
r,
kI I ....................
WATERELECTRICALLY
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I x .,

By Stanley Crawford
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..a.asa..A.aawaaa.a.1eMr.
.. enjoy WORRIT-FREE SAFETY
and Mrs. Rudolph Chism
end family of Starke visited the
rMrs.. Dorothea. E. Grim, .519 S.W.1St" Stanley Crawfords and R. N, ,

, '4 St., Ft. Lauderdale, enjoys her t I Crawford last Wednesday even-

electric kitchen. She says: "Of all K.. i
ing.Mr.
advantages I sometimes think the safety : and Mrs. Otis Brewer and

t feature could eo easily be the most im- ; family had as ?-isitors Sunday,

portant. For instance, if I didn't have I Mr. and Mrs. William Pringle and

electric water heater in utility i Mr. and Mrs B. W. Miller of San-
an my Economic Growth..at the rate of 232 million i
room I would be continually worried t ford. .- / .
dinner with the
Those
about the gasoline stored there for the I having
rd mower, not to mention cleaning I Earl: Mosley family Sunday were '
feet
power cubic
u J' fluid and other volatile substances." I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns and, Mr.Daisy and .: .>. per day
i c i Mrs. Clyde Johns

.................................................... Pringle. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford
NEVER AN ANXIOUS MOMENT WITH : visited relatives in Lake City Sun- Natural gas will flow into Florida at the rate of

r ELECTRIC WATER HEATING i I' cay afternoon. I 282 million feet per day when the Houston Corporation's

: Betty and Yvonne Gaskins '. And with
big 1517 mile pipe-line is completed. right
: .... Its flameless! No pilot lights. ..no fumes.. no spent the weekend with their
it will industrial and economic growth for the
.. come new
15. t J .
{aren .i..j
hazards for prying youngsters.
: soot and grime..no $'
-
Mrs. Bertice Sullivan of Jacksonville .] 11J 11 : entire State. a
: Only an Electric Water Heater requires no flues or vents. It tucks in any- visited friends and relatives The next time you see this scene stop and take a second
closet alcove.Out of sight out of mind. : of this community Thursday ...
: where,in garage,utility room or look for in a few short weeks the men and equipment
automatic... safe as quiet as clean as your electric light. afternoon.Mr. .
: Completely as '. oUI'
flow
and Mrs. J. E. Norman and will be gone and in their wake will be an abundant

Piping-hot water for all your needs-instantly! ton attended the Starling reunionin of natural gas for industrial, agricultural and home use.

Cheapest to install. Cheapest to use, when Clay County. Sunday. Harbert Construction Corporation is proud to havea

you go all-electric in your kitchen-laundry. : Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman and in it.
W. H. visited Vollie Grif- part
Morgan
4 : No wonder over 2 million Floridians now
fis and Carl Hilliard in Bradford
trouble-free. worry-free Electric
enjoy. County Hospital Saturday night. SIIPJRET
Water Heating. Monroe Gaskins and Edwin CORPORATION j
V ............;......:.........a...............................Yf ........ .. Mcsley left Monday for the army. CONSTRUCTION

--- ...eee your We of the community will miss Birmingham Alabamamrn
/ electric --"" =- both of them. We wil publish addresses
x
\ appliance t.f* of the boys when they are

::1 I 14 .\ dealer or /tM ami located. ., "

plumber rllrnl'\lyh Don't forget the associationmiss

I J. ( 'meeting at KfrJjsIey Lake" I Il.l." .". .
::; Church Thursday "night.
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PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA rnl-n D.\Y. MARCH 19. 1839
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TTTfTTTT'CTTTTTTt TTTTT I family. ,I II I program. The third grade won I family in Jacksonville and Mrs. Cannady of Georgia. I Demonstration Club had a two I Thursday night at the Community t'I held at the church beginning

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. !'the room count with 15 patrons! Mrs. Stanley Harriet and daughter Mr. and Mrs F. B. Davis and day work shop on sewing. Miss center. After the regular business -!I Easter Sunday with Rev. James
LAVTEYily I \ I I Rcs-.ie: Anderson and family were i present. Hostesses for the eveningwere of Jacksonville were Saturday children visited Mr. and Mrs. Ross was with the ladies and the nomination committee I Temple guest speaker. There will

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Starling of'I Mrs. Doyle Eubanks, Mrs.:, evening supper guests of Mr. and Jack Eddie! in Waldo Sunday.Mr. taught them how to alter a pattern presented the slate of officers for!I oc dinner on the ground followedby

Bin. ,Joyce T. It'archuu.uus..uauu.ea. Green Cove Springs and Mr. and Paul Canova, Mrs. H. Rhodes-and ';; Mrs. D. B. Thomas. The Thomas and Mrs. Tommy Fowler of sew in zippers, and the tech- the coming year which is as. following -I a program in the afternoon
Mrs. Hamp Henry of Starke. Hiss Mary Faulkner. I family had Sunday dinner with Jacksonville were weekend guests Lique of cutting. There were sev- : president, Mrs. Ruth I and an old fashioned egg hunt.
.. Mrs. Nancy Keene and the All Marion and Nathan Crawfordof I Mrs. Sallie Green Jacksonville. of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ral garments finished during the Mizelle; first vice-president, Mrs.. All interested people are invitedto
l l'n Hart's Sunday visitors were i Orlando spent Saturday night I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosier Fowler. two days. Gracie Bigham: second vice-presi-; attend.St. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye and
!Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Keene of and Sunday with the R. C. Crawford r.nd family of Palatka spent Sat- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown and Egg Hunt dent, Mrs. Lecretla Green; secre-.
chldren and their guests Mr. and
Jacksonvillle.Rev. family. % !urday with Britt Rosier and the Mrs. H. P Beacom and daughter Misses Glenda Parker and Kay tary. Mrs. James Temple and Edward's Catholic Church
:Mrs. George Atkinson of Jacksonville -
Gco. Chism of Moniac. Ga. Bill Ferguson and Jimmy Wat- i Ray Rosiers. cf Hawthorne were Saturday Elzie entertained the small fry treasurer Mrs. Lucille Edwards. Starke, Florida
attended flied chicken
a visited Mrs. Senie Prevail Sun- ers spent the weekend in Dade I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley and :luncheon guests of Mrs. R. F. late Sunday afternoon at the After the meeting there was a Sunday Mass at 10 a. m.
dinner: the Masonic
in Starke at I I
city. family were in Orlando Tuesdayto Gaino. Mrs. Gaino( returned home home of Rev. L. L. Parker with pant! sale by the members. Refreshments Holyday Masses at 8:30 a. m. &
,
lodge the O. E S. day.Jerry
sponsored by
Wilkison! who has been. Mrs. Marion Tucker and son attend funeral of Mrs. Mosley's with them for the weekend.Mr. with an old fashioned egg hunt. of cookies and coffee 5:30 p. m.Weekday.
Chapter Saturday night. in Alaska for seme lime is visit- i and Mrs. Clarence Mosley and grandmother, Mrs. J. R. and Mrs. Steven Kelley of Twelve children were present for v ere served by the hostesses. Mass at 8:00 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. JimmyJohnsonand i
Johnscn'sparents I ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. children, of Jacksonville visited Hughey.Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday after- the hunt and games were played Revival At New River Church Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8Ip.
family visited :Mr.
weekend.Mr. Bennett Wilkison. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and the and Mrs. Billy Torode and noon guests of his parents, Mr. afterwards. Rev. L. L. Parker pastor of the m.
in Madison this I
I Arthur Swanbom of VAS Jacksonville I, Dave Tanners during the week- son of Gainesville visited the Fred and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. Garden Club News New River Baptist Church, announced -Ip.Baptisms, marriages and in*
and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt I spent Saturday night and Moore family. Saturday. I: Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Gainey The Brooker Garden Club met,. that a revival will be by appointment.
were in Hampton on Sunday fora .I Sunday with his sister Miss Dorothy end.Mr.. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Sunday guests of the Theodore and sons of Daytona were week-
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Swanbom. daughter. Joann, were weekend Crews family were Mr. and Mrs.' end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
McCullough and Mr. and Mrs. PTA Meets guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Zvlarklee Padgett and family of Melvin.

Vernon Knight. The Lawtey PTA mel Tuesday! Raulerson and the J. C. Dobbs of Clay Hill, and Miss Mary Terrellof We are sorry to hear that R. A.
Mrs. Leonard Prevatt and fam- evenins: in the school auditorium Orlando.Mr. Starke. Nettles Jr. has been in bed with
ily had as Sunday guests Mr. and wth: the vice president. Mrs. G. and Mrs. James Waters and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hazel- the flu for th past week.
:Mrs.! Tom Knight and family of W. Roberts, presiding. Mrs. Ham- sons J S. and Danny visited Mr. ton and family of Birmingham Last Saturday was work day at We join in extending a

Macclenny.Mr. ilton's third grade gave a short and Mrs. Buford Higgmbotham in Aa.; visited the H. C. Kelly family Reck Church. Quite a crowd was

and Mrs. C. B. Cannon and program. Guest speakers for the I Maxville. Sunday. il Friday.Mr. present and dinner was served on I'

family of Jacksonville spent the evening were Bill Haas, and Jack I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and Mrs. Johnny Agair and the ground.Mr. cordial welcome to the '
weekend with Mrs. Mattie Hen- Tiawick. who gave much needed and sons during the weekend. daughter of Jacksonville visited and Mrs. Henry Colemanof
derson and the Col. NorsworthY I information on the Civil Defense I were Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette Mrs. J. S. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville were Sunday guestsof
of Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Oscar Carter and the Howard Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowells.

mond Williams and Fay Durbanof Normans, Saturday. Mrs. Ira Douglas and son. How-
personnel now
pipeline
Jacksonville. Mr. end Mrs. Everill Futch had ard visited her sister. Mrs. Vir- ,
"
QY S Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp and ;.s Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. ginia Beiking of Lake Butler Sun-
A
r1. children were business visitors to Roy Padgett and brother of Mid- day afternoon. _

"Av.il' 1 Jacksonville, on Saturday. Elaine I cPe!-irg. Stanley and Kenneth Green of in midst
our
dli d .
.
and Denny Smith came home Mrs. A. P. Hallman returned Wildwood were weekend guests of .
with them. Mrs. Smith came for I tc her home in Chattanooga, their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie

her children on Sunday and visit- Tenn. Wednesday after spending and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green.
ec1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sometime with her brother, Her- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green and
MOTOROLA TABLE MODEL TV Nathan Starling. mie Kelly and family and her son of Jacksonville visited Mr. We are happy to provide sen'icefor cashing

Charles Tanner with Marion mother Mrs. Margaret Kelly. and Mrs. Dave Green over the

:' -' Tucker of Jacksonville' visited Mr. Friends of Carl Hilliard will regret weekend. your checks, and invite you to make use of
T Tucker's mother in Donaldson to learn that he is a patient Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and
the other facilities of our modern banking
Ga.. this"eekend.. in Bradford County Hospital.Rev. children of Palatka visited her
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett and Mrs. Earl Moses will parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green institution.
{ 'R t. 17771 were dinner guests of Mr. and be spending their evenings in St. recently.Mr. .
21" OYn.AllDIAG. i :Mrs.: Henry Bennett in Jacksonville Mary's Ga.. for the next two and Mrs. Charles Ryals of

PICTURE TUBE on Sunday. They visited L. weeks where Rev. Moses will be Jacksonville were Sunday guests
i 1:. Jones in St. Lukes Hospital leading the singing for the revival of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. We are now observing the Second Anniversaryof
". 263 SO IN. m the afternoon.Mr. which will be conducted by Rev. Clark.

: VIEWING AREA WITII and Mrs. O. J. Anders hadas Jerry Harris. The Freddie Clark children have the establishment of the Community State
\\ Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.N. Guests of Mrs. Leona Edwards returned home after visiting their

TIL\lm t J. Strickland, Sn, and Mr. and c.uring the weekend were Mr. and grandmother, Mrs. G. H. Cham- Bank of Starke.
Mrs. N. J.Stirckland Jr. of Tam- :Mrs.\ Bryant Tucker and familyof bers of Lake City for several days.

ra. and Jack Siemer of Kingsley Fernandina "Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Mattie Sowells returned
Lake. Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright and I I home Sunday after a two weeks

FULL YEAR il'AKANTEE; PAnTS AM J 1'IOTKK1THE ; Miss Elizabeth Terry was the I family of Avon Park. They with visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. For- ,*T *i*'>-
Friday overnight guest of her sis- .Mrs. Edwards attended the Band sythe of Plant City. We believe that natural gas will pro
'Concert in Starke on Saturday Home Demonstration News 1 .
ter. Mrs. C. E. Strickland in -
Gainesville. Mrs. Joyce Futch right. Members of the Brooker Home 1 r' .. vide a great stimulus to the Industrial -
... J !
We Venetian Blinds \
Repair went Saturday to attend a birth- Chaplain and Mrs. Mayton and Jl
j"- and residential growth of Florida
day dinner given by Mrs. Strick- family of the State Farm attended il,

hnd for her son-in-law Joe Basonnd services at the Methodist Church, -== rt .
'- -t and anticipating great things
; '+ are
.
dauhter-in-law Mrs. Mar- Sunday. WILLIAMSJEWELRY a- : j--
=t
NEW\ BLINDS Made To Order -hall Strickland. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. __ -- -- J. t._ for our community from this new

Marvin Thompson of Jacksonville Roberts during the weekend were f- I .' ---t t
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Cody and family _. facility.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan i. <=r.a
,, 'i \
-Starling. Sunday. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. (..i". h-.; -P'' :< --' )
II REPAIRSERVICE Mrs. Jack Pons of Tallahasseeis George Roberts and son of Gainesville WATCHES DIAMONDS

spending this week with her and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon REPAIRS
rarents.: Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Silcox and son of Starke.
Reddish while her three children Members and friends of the All Work GuaranteedA.
COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKEMEMBER
,R dier ray are visiting their grandparents Methodist Church enjoyed a Fellowship C. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Pons in Miami. ; supper at the parsonageon 142 W.
rlt CALL WO t- 197;) Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Smith Sunday evening. Call St.

of Waycross, Ga., spent last week ; Mrs. G. W. Roberts. Mrs. A. H. Starke, Fla. : FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
with the Carl Vanzants and Perry I Harley Mrs. Effie Miner. Mrs. R. Formerly Roberts Jewelry
GOLD WIRE Davis. Mrs. Annie Bray went I S. Lee and Miss Enza Blanchardwere
home with them Saturday for a : in Gainesville on Wednesdayto I
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few days visit attend the annual meeting of

Weekend guests of Mr. and the Gainesville district Florida
:'\Commodore. Crews were Mr. Conference of WSCS. The themeof I
SERVICENTERIN and Mrs. Sherman Bell of Jack- the meeting was Reach the Un-

'.emilIe. reached.Mrs. .
Pfc. Dean Harley of NAS, Jack- Bessie Gibson of Rocky WELCOMEPIPELINE
.onville. spent Saturday with his Mounl. N. C. is looking after busi-
SLADE GAS CO. STORE grandmother Mrs. A. H. Harley. ness interests here. ,
Miss Gloria Anderson and her Mrs. Mary Reddish with her 1
3:)2 W. MADISON: PH. WO 1-1975 -andparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
Wilkerson were weekend guests of Mrs. L. W. Baldwin, visited Major PERSONNELSPECIAL
\Sr. and Mrs. Bob Cornwall and and Mrs. Harold Wall in St. Augustine -

Sunday.Mr. .
.
= and Mrs. Hugh Rhodes
'" \ .
NO OTHER PICKUP ..
visited relatives in Quincy over
J- ,
J"b the weekend.Mr. "
IDg@)[ LIKE .
o 0 0 rKlD[ and Mrs. Griffin Hodges
are ill at their horn here.

A '59 FORDYou I A CF ,. vvyyvyyyyvvyvVVVVVVYVVVIBROOKER

k
get the smoothest ride of ... t "' .
any half-ton pickup, thanks to x a {

Ford's heavy-duty: twostagerear J.BGfl
springs and long, taperedleaf By Barbara Sue Davis

front springs. Scientific ,..... .AAA.... AA4A4AA.
Impact-O-Graph tests prove vou _
..
.
Mr. and Mrs.Casey Atkinson of
get the easiest ride!
27 Ford Pickups far'59!Choice of<3 wteetbsw> '. Apopka visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C
3 body styles 4 body sizes and 5 Short Stroke engines.e L. Atkinson several days last L-.
i

" e 0 [}{] a lliJ6@[ "Jr @ffi\W @ LIKE week.Mr... and Mrs. Reed Lewis and

< children of Starke visited Mr. and

A '59 FORD Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Sunday after- --- INTRODUCTORY OFFER- *

S-fl. Stvle idc }box gives noon.Mr.
Big > you and Mrs. George Tetstone
70 cu. ft. loadspaco with the and son, Shirley visited Mr. and
structural length you need for Mrs. Buck Tetstone in Gainesville ,
heavy haul And vats vc got Sunday.

the only Short Stroke Six in aR ,, 1 Miss Armernia Rodgers and

piclnps today plus a new economy ., .. three friends of Gainesville, and
carburetor. }Result: the Mrs. Shirley Tetstone and daugh-
'S3 Ford I
Stytesido
greatest t gas-saving combination ? ters visited friends and relativesn
has wrap around rear ie
on the road-and it's yours at corners with rigid box Jacksnville Sunday.Mr. .

no extra cost! girder type construction. ; 4 and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr.

and son. Billy are in West Floridaon

e o e LIKE A '59 FORD Here's Amata's lowest priced 4 rrneel Kenneth business Parish for a of few Tyndall days. A F. PEPSI DRINKS ROOT BEER I

drive pickup with cab-wide box. Base was the weekend guest of his

4 WHEEL DRIVE I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Par- .
rish and their daughter Jackiecf

PICKUP r rt r weekend.Mr.Gainesville. was home for the WITH EVERY REGULAR SIZE i

and Mrs. Bart Waters and
Now-get the efficient power of and
0 SSStcffi' ton baby Brown of Gainesville -
Ford Short Stroke Six or \ -S -** m' Z were Sunday guests of Mr. .

engine delivered 1 t to all f ou rsheets. and Mrs. G. W. Davis.
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can go Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gynn of ,
and there! Hills, Consisting of "
get gullies, Ft. White were Saturday guests I"
pasture, mud sand, underbrush of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. One.FourthLb.r. Lettuce
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nothing stops a Ford4x4.l. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Raulerson ..::::

Sec it operate, try it joursclf! :and sons and Mrs. Rachel Green tlntF r Tomatoes : !:j
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visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson E E F' '
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Robin- HA'f :,
W F.O.AJ; ItnS1\li Onions .
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son and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ji\\J\ 11,1
FORD >VARD for savingsTRUCKS :
Newman weekend. of Lakeland over the On FiveInchBUN r- t Pickles Ii'

eESS TO O''* tTSS TO Put .. ::: :
Ft\RD COST LESS A. c. Davis of Gainesville was ) + !
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1OAGC4 TOO Mustard :I
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Saturday dinner guest of Mr. and or t

Mrs. N. J. Davis. -0.' .. .. : Ii'I ..1.1I
Guests at the home of Mr. andMrs. I MayonnaiseSTARKE "
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS N. H. Davis last week were I I I!

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis and i.

206 W. Madison St. Starke Honda children and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ;" ""I 1'' .
Phone WO 4-3381 S. WALNUT ST. (U. S. 301) 'j,.
Davis of Waldo. Mrs. J. W. Eddie FLORIDA

If You're Interested in an rr' Used Truck He Sure to See Your Ford Dealer ,Mrs Thtlma Rhodrn of Waldo,I I --
Maxie Rennals of Jacksonville I "5





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