Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03472
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hotel room Saturday I i at the Aragon in Jacksonville tod! police she baa seen Lalley
IDLE EQUIPMENT awaits better weather for resuming work on U. S. 301 four-
HARVEY MCCARTHY manages a weak smile as he examines his field of Missionary nJght.! early Saturday morning under several times both in St. Peters-
laning project. Pictured is a bridge under construction about four miles north of ,
strawberry plants that were covered twice by recent floods. Believed to have been victimized the name of Martin J. Kelly. burg and in Jacksonville, when he

La wtry. by a "smooth talking" man., Mrs. Crews told: police that Lal came there supposedly "on busi
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who has followed the same plancf ley called her Saturday stating he ress." He said he was negotiating

'" operation all over the country. was in" Jacksonville on business :for the purchase of a hospital

: : '\. Mrs. Crews is still confined to St. and tock her to dinner that night. \ in Jacksonville.

.. t tt $ ; Luke's Hospital. Jacksonville She had met the man last July Mrs. Crews said that after dinner -

where she was rushed when found :at the St. Petersburg hotel, wherehe she and Lalley returned to

-- walking dazedly in a hallway of posed as a medical doctor and the hotel. She had just received a

F : he Aragon Hotel aoout 4 a. m. was -'treating" friend of Mrs. letter from Haddock telling of

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Crews said she believed Lalley
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her resistance and induce her to

LUN STARLING and his neighbors in the Ileilbronn section had to take the VIEW from the west end of New River bridge at the State Farm where water take the capsules later, since ordinarily -
long way around from SR 16 to their homes as the graded road east from Reddish's spread over much of the adjoining meadow. Picture was taken last Saturday after she was wary of taking -

Store was inundated. water had somewhat receded. things of that nature.

Jacksonville City Detective

John Herd. says Mrs. Crews reported -

the man took three diamonds -

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH -'.- ..., .' appraised value of around $2-
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purse. She told Herd that she

had taken the ring off earlierin
the evening at Lalley's request

. Official County Publication Established In 1879 .. .,'-- "to look at them." and had

afterward pinned them inside her
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goes to sea through a swamp near Tobe brassiere. She also had a $50 bill
-- home on SR 229. Pipe will be encased in concrete tinned in the same place which
I'll -' .through spots like this to overcome buoyancy. Alley overlooked when he took

I I the rings. He checked out of the
12-Inch March Rainfall
Tragedy Hits Brings ', '- : ; r I hotel about 10 p. m.

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(,tee I FBI officials state that if Lal
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Third Member Of Near Flood Conditions To 1 BradfordNormally >. -::)1 .
tAl. :: .' '.: ... : one time was employed as a mala

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Maxville FamilyFor --- : sunny skies returnedto ihe first time in years. Santa Fe ,;.. ,' (4:: !50 years old five feet seven inches -

Bradford County and the rest Lake followed suit and submerged tall. weight about 165

of Florida this week after almost docks and boat houses with a i et ? pcunds, thin lips, sharp nose, a
12 inches of rain, dumpedon high water mark about five feet 2:11:::
the third time in the last : neat dresser, and a "good talker -

few years accidental death strucka the area since March 1,' had above its recent level. DepletedBrooklyn e. r- c..,1.j.1;! ." 'He drove a Cadillac con-
brought constructionwork and Lake 'rose foot and :
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'tak vertible.
Clay Hill family "Tuesday; :
farming operations to a near half last< week and now stands
the life of a third son. Detective Herd said that St.
standstill. about six.. feet above its record i
Tracy Padgett, 23. died in a Z : '" ,.,"; Petersburg police also have a war-
Farmers began to turn their low. In addition to the heavy : = -,'
Jacksonville hospital as the result : ,.... :.. rant for Lalley In a case very
that dried rainfall .
land on high ground Brooklyn is benefitting ." "'r. "
of injuries received when run '. similar to that involving Mrs.
I Williams [left] issues membership rapidly under March sun and from the 800,000 gallons per hour >.. .., :. ;".; ,: .A.. t.... ......
over, about 2 p. m. Monday, while Committee member Benny -' : i.s. Crews.
wind and hoped to resume full now pouring out of Magnolia
he and his brother-in-law, Robert cards to Penny Hollingsworth, phi" Smith, Arthur Holliday, and ': '. -'., :; 'f :.'S' Herd said that Mrs. Crews was
scale planting operations next ike, about half of which eventually ,
Martin were repairing the Dianne Firth as the new City Recreation Dept. sponsored Teen --- ,.' t.il; 1". <.l also treated at the hospital for
\\eek. Natural gas pipeline work,, reaches Brooklyn through Alligator ..- "f .
Otter's car at Padgett's home. Time opened in the USO last Saturday night. most] completely bogged down. Canal. With a gain of 10 .-. ,- ("",4 ori.: .', bruises of face and back. He said

One of Padgett's brothers was last week, got back into stride more feet! 'Brooklyn will be backto ',,!' "' "...:.(.. '" ,.. ... : she could have acquired these
. bitten by a rattlesnake and died :- ;" .. : from a fall, or from being struck.
and work resumed on the county'shalf its normal level. ....1' iI" $ .. ., ... 4I' ,'.
second \
and R Jack-
several years ago, a I Mrs. Crews has resided in
million dollar school The received .- ; : :
con Keystone area :. .,
struck when another brother ... : of her
tragedy .t < since the death
rtruction 8.4 inches of during the week -tS. **< ? -* -f 1"-
program. rain -..cY'? ;; ;, ..-.%.,. *, "'-;? <
lost his life in an automobile .:: ; about 20 age.
husband years
Starke Farmers Market Manager March 15-22 and a total of 14 .et "; -; -v : > '

accident .near Middleburg.All J. R. Wainwright reported inches so far during the month. --i.,.._"v. ,:. *.......-..>;/., :?:., !-..."'- .. .. .. I
were sons of Mr. and Mrs. V. \ J.J ; ; ::"\if" : ; z..
light; sales of strawberries at an With more water than we have i : :-' ,; "''' : ':" 'K'-'' '" .
A. [UganJ Padgett of Clay Hill. :t"'=\. .: _.: ,Ii'..i. '' .;.;.' /' Ingram Elected
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average of $7.04 per crate I had in the county since 1948, New ; "
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According to information received : : : : ," 7" ::
here Padgett and Martin cents a pint], but estimated the River spread ever State Road 18 ""J'.J '.' : 1'\","!...'.....'P'l iD'" ..1. .;' .,. .''!:..." .

county lost a crop of around 15,. for about a mile at the east ap- "' 'p-< .. ...... .' .. :,. .;,.: ; ,::; l .: :..'
work \ .
were doing some repair underneath i ;" -' ;Jii jl v
000 crates in the March floods proach to Duke's Ferry Bridge '- tf4"'w.f." ';. :; .r. ,<,-": ; ,, .. \IFEA Director
the car. Martin is said .I.t ,dJ;.. J' .. -l.t.-a... \..
Z ) At an average of $7, this would near Worthington Springs. Also ..1"1.; ,. ...> .. --...._
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mean a $105,000 loss to berrj in the Brooker area, water was -"S" .'1' --- :: -
under the car and moving it to -:4: : .' :.... !. i, f .
growers. still flowing Monday morning f
another location. Martin got out '
from under, started the car and Wainwright reported 366 crate. over both the Bradford and Ala- NEW RIVER at Long Bride was still rising when this i f :

drove it over Padgett who apparently fold during the week. March 16- chua County approaches to the photo was taken Wednesday, March 18. from the east side of t- s
21, and 125 crates Monday and I New Hope bridge over the SantaFe I
had not heard his in- Recreation Director Bob Benner [center] gives a few pointers SR 100. Area residents complained, "The water's too deep' to i F.
I Tuesday. This week's price stepped River. The flood began reced- t i .
structions. to Linda Wasdin and Ronnie Eaves during spirited game crate-about 32 however and by fish. /
up to $8 per tag Sunday, -o
Padgett was carried to a doctor \
of ping pong. cents a pint. Around 45 crate Monday morning SR 18 was clear I II
at doctor
Orange Park. The
old; Wednesday at an $8.50 ave-. of water. 1 yc
vas not at his office, and the injured -III I Baseball More School Bids
man was taken back to his age. Total average rainfall recordedat Opens 1
the county's three forest fire
The market manager predicteda
home, since his condition did not
appear} to be serious. Later, however new crop to mature within the towers stands at 20.76 inches

when his condition worsenedhe w r ntxt two or three weeks if weather since Jan. I, around 40 per cento Baldwin j Are AdvertisedThe t.F

conditions remain favorable.R. the average 50 inches receivedin
was brought to Bradford Coun- I
Jr.. of a normal year. January's totals
4 A. Nettles manager
ty Hospital at 1:35 Tues-
: a. In. st'i
day and transferred at 11:55 a.1 the Brooker market, reported as 3.93 inches, February 5.14 The Bradford High Tornadoes' Bradford County Scnool

to the Jacksonville hospitalfor growers starting to set tobacco inches and thus far March has opened their 1959 baseball seasonin Board advertised for bids thin' Hugh B. Ingram principal of

m. specialized and some pepper. Other crops accounted for a record-breaking Baldwin at 2:30 p. m. Thursday -<. week on an expansion of the ,Lawtey Junior High School was
treatment. He died
shortly after arrival i.s will be planted next week almost 11.69 inches. and Baldwin will come here ;i science department at Bradford, :lected District VIII director of

Funeral there. i, a month late for Brooker Local farmers can derive a March 31 for the first home : High School, and for extensive( .Lhe Florida Education Associationit

services were held at J have their from .. renovation of the Hampton Kie.; the annual convention held in
2 growers who usually rmall amount of consolation jame.
in ,
p.m. Thursday the Long
Branch Cemetery with Key-Me- .I teed in the ground the last weekin the fact that the rest of Florida Coach Lennard Register an- I, tnentary School. Tampa last weekend.For .

Cabe Funeral Hcme in charge of February or the first of and neighboring states on up the nounced the following starting ,! H. P. Morgan superintendent of ,Ii the first time in FEA his

arrangements March. Nettles said there had east coast are pretty much in lineup for the opening game: | public instruction, said that tour'classrooms tory, a tie voteas recorded

been some damp-off damage the same boat when it comes to Jimmy Cox, first base: Harvey 1 at the hign S<'hoolVIIJ. with Ingram and his opponent

among watermelons, even on high rain. If crops are late here theywill Tanner second; W. H. Johns ': be renovated for expansion of the ending in a deadlock. The tie

ground, necessitating 'I be correspondingly late in shortstop; Bennie Williams, third; | school's science department Prior was broken when Ingram's oppo-

The Public Is InvitedTo About 25 per cent of re-Planting'l lather areas, and they hope that a Tommy Stallings, leftfield; Woody to renovation about $1=>.000 )n' pint changed his vote to cast

Attend A Showing sues already planted were ruined lucky break might still salvage Strickland, centerfield;; Emory ': equipment will be purchased, ne l ire deciding tally for the Law-

or'NEVER *t was estimated. I something from an adverse sea- Eunice rightfield; Calvin Pace, said. ,,Ij ley" principaL
music for bit of barbershop harmony I
Bob Smith provides a County Agent G. T. Huggins reported -. son. catcher: Armond Rivers, pitcher. j The Hampton school will be rewired Ingram was serving an Interim

ALONE'At by [1-rl Frank Williams, Margaret Ann Dinkins, Dotty Day that ASC agents from Other members of this year's ; and re-lignted along With, appointment to the board which

ton, Barbara Blankenship. and Hank Graham I i Washington have'surveyed the Start Is Made team include: Wayne Sapp. Dewey ( Other interior renovation worK. t ti will expire July 21. His new

The -- county at request of the Farm McKinney, James Fender and i Eds: for both projects will De term will run two years from

Florida Theatre :' Bureau to determine if rain in On Parkwood Bill Powell, outfield; Marty Crosby -!j cpened Apnl 6. that date.

low areas has been sufficient to pitcher. George Patten will Ten delegates from Bradford

FRIDAY, SATURDAY cause emergency conditions for alternate between first base andl.J'e i i Paul Parker Home County attended the convention.

would like to DevelopmentConstruction outfield and Lane Clark is an i
tcbacco. Growers Burned To Ground
MARCH 27, 28 allotmentsto infielder-outfielder. Eddie Brown \
transfer their acreage Cash Is Stolen
At 10:00 A.M. land and David Sutherland are the reserve Tuesday AfternoonI
higher ground if bottom of streets, curb
infielders. New Method
Men, Women Children does not dry out enough for themto i and gutters and drainage systembegan The Paul Parker home about From

plant soon.Damage this week in Starke's new- Rivers, Pace Tanner Johns
Urged to Attend. four miles north on U. S. 301 bum """onq Method Cleaners 311 Nn.
est subdivision after more than Williams Sapp and Patten are
to the county's graded
Bradford i ed to a total loss Tuesday shortly Ave. was broken into Sun-
Sponsored by roads would run to thousands of two weeks' delay by :wet weather. lettermen.The Temple ,
( 1 a f afternoon. The seven room frame night or eany Monday momig -
American day
County Chapter of War- schedule follows
dollars, with numerous washouts Developer J. D. Warren complete : 1 house was already Beyond control about $30 in cash stolen.

Cancer Society bridge damage, and regradingwork ren Construction Co.. said Park- March 26, Baldwin; March 31, when Starke firemen arrived. Robert and Green, proprietor ana

necessary. State Road De- wood Estates' 36 acres would be Baldwin HI( 4 p. m.; April 3, '
I of the fire was undetermined discovered and reporteuthe
Origin ,
This Space Contributed s A partment crews were kept busy divided into 70 lots with at least Green Cove Springs: April 7. Lake operator
and the loss was partially theft to Starke police when he
( Weekly to Publicize trying to patch up pot-holes that 100 feet of -frontage each. The City HI); April 10 Santa Fe; covered by insurance. The Parkers went to work at 6:30 a.m. :iton-:

Community Events byI' appeared in U. S. 301 south during -I new project is located west of April 14, P. K. Yonge; April 17 were not at home at the tune.

the height of the downpours Pinehaven and Saratoga Heights. Lake City; April 21, P. K. YongeHI day.The

THE COMMUNITY and quickly eroded into water- Warren.said he will build only, [ 3:45: : April 24, Santa Fe (HI; Early Wednesday morning at cash register had teen
1 28, Green Cove Springs Hi';:; 6:35 a.m.. the firemen were called opened and a Tom's Peanut Com
t fined booby traps under the con 3 bedroom homes in the $14.500to
BANKOF the 342 So. Walnut home of brCZea into. Casa
STATE to machine
stant pounding of heavy traffic. $17,350"price,range. He said he May 1, open date: May 7. 8. 9, pany
and Linda Thomas dance to jook box music ; O. B. Ingram where an oil heater taken from the macbin can not
STARKEMember Bobby Newman New River and Santa Fe River had formed F-W Developers Inc., sub-group tournament. All home
Beverly Chapman. Janet Nichols Sally Sink.Joalyce \ I I I had become overheated. Sio dam he estimated until the company
while overflowed their banks and flooded a Jacksonville based col'poratWn.1t' games not otherwise specified

( F.D.I.C.) Graham, and Sarah Woodburn await their partners., surrounding countryside: for ) handle financing of the project., start at 3:30.: age was sustained. make a che k. __ .*. .j

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Azalea Blight It's Not Too Late the office of Coin and Moore Archl- Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Catherine Teare. deceased.
editorial UP ALLIGATOR tects. Gainesville Florida. One set Bradford County Florida seeking Hollis V. Knight
..f such plans and contract documents tbe forfeiture of Aid property and $ ark.. Florida.
;Control Methods To i Cup Pine Trees, and forms for bidding may be icn are hereby directed and recoested Attorney for Administratrix
iI Cocored; without deposit by Electric- to file your claim. if Any -- -S;, It IMC:
I Forester SaysWith a! or General CoBlcactors from either you have and show cause on or
r: I. Zse@ of laid vf fleet."_ before the 13 day of April; 1959, -
District Two Road ProgramA Are Explained Bidders qualifications must be if not personally served with pro- !. Tbe C...ty J dcV Ce r4 018r..ror.
the adverse cold
weather. .
satisfactory! to the Board of Public res herein and within twenty (20) Cvcuty. Fiends
'; 1Valtoa + and rain since the, start of the Instruction of" Bradford County. days from personal service if per- la Pr.katI.V .' ...
total of 168 million dollars in road contractswill If you've been puzzled by the which has delayed all farming Florida. The Board of Public In- ronally served with process herein RE: Estate of KLUtfr.' HORN3NOTICE -
year ,
ractJon-vr ll'radf'It Florida IIY.Decea'ed. .
County -
why the said should
be let in the 16 counties that comprise Road i blossoms on your azalea plants va work, some timber owners in reserve the right to waiTe Informalities not be forfeited pursuant property to said TO CREDITORS

Board District 2 before the end of 1960, SRD ]turning into a faded, soggy mass this area had made plans to cup In My bid' V and' to' reject Chapter Should you fail to file All persona! having. claim. or' demand -
any or an bids; : claim as herein directed Judgmentwill against the *tat to Ella
member Earl Powers told county commissioners ;almost overnight answer is: then-- timber and,have asked the The Board' of Publfc Instruction b* entered herein against you F. Hornsby. deceased u.' hereby

at 'the recent annual district meeting in Gaines- your plants like those o! thousands ouestion; Is it too late to cup of' '.'Bradford- County Florid )fn due course. Person not personally notified- and r.qulrt4""tv" file their
of others in the area this a.. served with process may obtain claim ift the office *t the County
; to azalea In view of several drownings now? The answer is definitelyno By H. P. )ror ,-Secretary. a copy of the Petition for forfeiture Judge of Eradford t epnty. Florida ,
ville.Powers year have fallen victim ,.1: :t '-I In tht\mntr court hoow at Starlet.
according to A. A Murphy, filed herein from the undersignedClerk
said that 100 million of the money ] reported recently in the state of Court.WITNESS Ponda within eight calendar!
blight.This Area Forester of Palatka. Jl. Of .tl.. F. Tat months from the date of the first
of should to our sport- tlet Appll" r
would be spent in the counties on the state's road troublesome fungus does each us go Deed my hand and seal of publication of this notice or' the

system!$ and the remaining 68 million would be i not injure the steins or foliage- J ings goods store and pick up aEood These who still wish to obtainan Sec. 1M.IC. F. 9. the above. Bradford mentioned County Court Florida atglark same will bl't.me"Old according
income from Naval Stores can totaw... This February S3. UU-
cushion with life preserver Notice la Hereby Given that
spent on the national interstate system in the j )
They up
"We will have fine in this !season to the next in the soil or tiualities. lowing certificates. has filed said S M. SCHMITTAs j
same area. a program pmions'years, some! have cupped Charles A. -irby.
room in the beat and are mighty ,l certificates for a tax deed to be Administrator of the estate of
the During a
below plant.
district for the next 22 months due to the coop- J mulch winter rain the apothecia in the comfortable to sit on at that. In virgin faces in May but this is i Issued theron. The certificate numbers the- By Marian Clerk I*Circuit Crosby.Court.Deputy: Clerk ceased.llollis the estate. 'or. Ella- F. Hormby. .; de*

eration of the board chairman and other board (soil which look like tiny toad- waters under the custody of the rather late Murphy says. description and years of the of property.issuance and the 3-12 31 3-t V. Knight.Clarke. ,

members.. Powers told the commissioners. into shoot fungus .
itools spores follows: .... .'. Attorney for Administrator.s,5. .
Included in the request lists of neighboring ,the air and onto the lowest flow- boat is required to have a life preserver of the season some caution Certificate No. 58. Tear of Issu Bradford Tit..t C..C, ,.. Florida r arl Ol ... 4t SR2C
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several of interest to Bradford of an approved type, and should be exercised in smoothing nee U56. Description of Property I* PrsbateI.V | jXOTICF.
were projects i OF LF.GIKI.ATIOXTQ !
; "" '-4 of NH of NWJ4 of NW%> See.
County. These included: llll.Mo urt", in the form of rain 'those of you who fish the St down the bark as it is more proneto x.T. t s.n. :: E: RE: Estate of CATHERINE WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
Johns River should hot leave the t slip off and expose the wood. Name In which assessed C. I. *: TCARE. Deceased. .N"ntet Whereby given" of hrtentiontn
Alachua secondary road extending from LaCrosse or dew causes the spores to ger- U. Dingfelder. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll : apply l 14 the mr Sesrtm tit the
dock Understand It too late in to
without one. you is the !season
having claims or demands ForMa of
minate and penetrate the petal. All of said property being in tile persons Legislature for passage
to pine Grove Baptist Church and the ; wet white spot is formedon Shortly a eMne Teare.' deceased are hereby Gt (b) of Chapter 1342C, Law of
Bradford line also the of
County method of tins into the
; | ] play it safe. inserting such-certificates
the flower, and secondary shall be notified and required to file their Florida, 1927 being the charter for
U. S. 301 from Bradford County line to Waldo. spores, are spread to other flowers The big bass are on the move. I trees with a bread axe incision. redeemed according to law the property claims In the office of the County the City: jof Starke Florida byI'ro"ldtog.r

The Columbia County delegation was told by by wind rain and insects. So many big ones have been reported In feet, any time Is too late to certificates described, will In such be sold certificateor to the Judge the of County Bradford Court County.House Florida.In at. system a opening permanent and registration closing

Powers that a contract for improving U. S. 41 The next day the flowers are ] it is hard to know where to use the old melhod."Murphy says. highest bidder at the court house St rke. Florida, within eight calendar of the registration books, disqualification

from Ellisville to the Alachua County line wouldbe reduced to a limp brown. slimy J start. Dr. Denmark and Jimmy The new type of tack-on. tins door April., on the 1J5I.first which Monday is the in Monthof C day fret month publication from of the this date notice of the or a biennUI of porg electors of; providing the election: for

let before June. (This would trav- mush. They hang on the bush :McRae started the rush with a ere a big help to farmers who of April J*39: the same will become void according rolls: and providing for a publication -
encourage for whereas azalea blos- 12 pounder, and another over 11 1 have been delayed with their cup- Dated this 2 day of March. 113.,. to law. This February 25. 1959. of the list of registered elector -
months '
5. 1959.is ,
First publication March
elers into north-central Florida to .
coming stay on OFFtCIALEAL
soms that are not infected fall as :pounds. Then in came in Curt 1 ping. To install the new' type of ( Charles A Darby.) ; JEWEL T. ROBERTS (I) CACL. JOHNS. City Cl rk.
41 on their way south, and points up the necessity soon as they wilt from age. Malone with four weighing from 'tins, smoothing down of the bark Clerk of Circuit* Court of Bradford Administratrix of the estate of 0->" 3-S 4t '-:1

for improvement all along U. S. 301 in orderto tight! to 11 pounds, ,and Red Alvarez !is all that is'required and attach County. Florida.
Azalea flower blight can be 3,.;;) U 3n!!:'
entice traffic further east and through Brad- controlled by regular spraying brought in another fine j tins with the easily removed dou-

ford County if present density of traffic is to be during the flowering period. As ;string with several moss, backs ta 'ble-headed nails. tm Bradford The Cramty Craity Jmitt't Florida curt Of -.-- --

maintained here. The Alachua County Commission soon as flowers start to open begin this class. They all report Hall "To supplement farm income lot ......",, "- --
Lake as the source. but you will i a farmer can still cup his tim- I.V BB;Estate of AARON' )<. ?
that it would three times weekly :
gave assurance! cooperate to spraying TAYLOR, deceased. : :F
'the fullest extent if additional four-laning on U. with Dithane Z-78 or Parzate. probably find them to Orandin. 1 ber. Murphy declared. NOTICE TO CREDITORS J
Take yout own boat for therearen't For on-the-ground advice the All persons having claims or cletland" -
S. 41-441 north of Alachua using; dilutions as recommendedon -"=
toward Columbia
the of
Area Forester against, estate AaronK. -
available there. be glad to visit
\ became the container. Frequent treatment any Taylor, deceased are hereby notified -
County necessary. is to protect flow- The waders are catcliihg plentyof I your farm. and required to file their
Union County officials received little hope of necesary claims in the office of the County
bass in Sampson Lake, wadingOn
ers as they open. Judge of Bradford County. Florida
action in the near future on their for HEILBRONN Ml /OnABY in the
request an Once all the flowers the sand bottom and casting aspoon County Court House at
are open,
!xtension of SR 228 from US 301 at' Maxville to in the grass. BAPTIST CHURCH Marke Florida. within eight calendar -
weekly! spraying is sufficient but Sunday Schowr, 10 a. m. Mornteg months from the date of the
5R 23 at Ellarbee. Board member Powers told in the early stages only diligent Checking with Carl Lamar Worship 11 first publication of this notice or
a. m. Evening the same will become void accordingto
the Union delegation it would be difficult to justify every-other-day spraying will Johns at Starke Builders Supply Worship 7:30 p. m. Training law. -

'. this job at present when such pressing needs control the fungus. A plant that I find that the 12 Ib. 11 oz bass Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- This First!nd Publication day of March March US!5.. 1!>5>.

is improvement of 301 in Dutfal and Bradford if sprayed will have perfect flowers caught by Irving Young in Hamp- Week Prayer Meeting Wednes Is! BESSIE R. TAYLOR

Counties demand immediate attention. The while a shrub next to it maybe ton Lake is still tops in their cent day 7:30: p.m.WANTED Administratrix of the Estate of
proposed Aaron K .Taylor deceased.
covered with blighted blossoms. ,>st, and a two pound. 15 oz. Hollls ,.. Knight
road would shorten travel distance from
Next fall remove all the mulch speckled perch is leading the Marke Florida
Union County to Jacksonville by eight or ten under your plants and burn it. crappie list.Messrs. Clean Cottan Rag, Attorney for Administratrix.
No Pants, No Shirt, Must fieClean. sis; 4t:6:
\" miles. The Union delegation also asked to be This may dispose of some of the Williams, McRae and Bradford
:yommitted to sharing half the cost' of tclerotia which Cteunty Tole- as Tbe Clfevlt Ce.rt Of Tft. .:1..lbJudicial
!; a bridge are wintering on Hurst fished the St. Johns Riverat 1L .
Yt << Clrmlt. ta A d Fur service that's
...... ever NeRh.er on SR 125 at the Bradford line. tne ground and thus lessen the Palatka and below the trestle. Bradford CB.ty. FlorUa. For

The Baker County Commission joined with spring infestation.This They report a low tide kept them NOTICEI Af Law a' *. giroIX V
RE: Forfeiture of the follow
Bradford and Clay in urging completion of the information as to controlof fiom hitting all their favorite am in business for myself in* Described Property:

.. "missing link" on SR 228 which would connectU. Cynthia the blight Wescott is who given by Dr. haunts but caught several nice located at the old Johnny Shadd One bearing 19S4 1S5S Mercury Florida license automobile.num- out of this world. .

S. 90 at Macclenny and U. S. 301 Maxville.: was com- bass. place on 301 North. Don't forget her !-497!*. ID No. 54SL4 !lUI.
missioned by the U. S. Depart- If service that will and
Oae Homart want (
Most of the If the weather clears up and to look me up. water pump Model you put you
uncompleted stretch lies in Duval ment of Agriculture in 1943 to :;o. 3J04S2. One electric motor

County, whose commissioners: have shown little study the problem which had become stays plug or warm eel bait yon m can anywhere chunk that SHORTY About ALLEN'S 3 Miles GARAGE Out Serial 2A11, five No. 113 100 4. Ib.Model gas No.cylinders.C56J- keep you) on Cloud No. 1 10, we're the peopleto

interest in the project since it does not especially serious from an economic Serial Xo. LM 6JSS1, 11113, L
and catch a big roe bass-so let'sget call. We help choose sound
benefit their constituents.Sen. standpoint for the show gardens with It.HONOR. 4tp-4-2 524114 and L 553392*and X 53J.CITATIO you

Tom Adams of Clay-Baker Counties said and nurseries. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: tion for your home, car, family, business.
,Freida. Mae Helton. Rt. 1, Box 14 J, .
that if the Duval group wasn't interested in com ROLL NOTICE OF I\TK\-TIOX TO Dinsmore. Florida

pleting the road the people of Clay County would .QuarantineFor REGISTER KICTITITOrS NAME Ami AU Per_... FlrDI. ... CorIIOr.tle. Call us now.HAROLD.
Notice is, ..
hereby given i that the OWDlq HaTlaar .w-
be glad; to provide the right of way that would Brucellosis Following is the Honor Ron for andereiffned. under the provisionf C1aI.Iaj as latere !. ..< Lien

let 228 tie into 301 south of Maxville, near High- I= Delayed Bradford High School for ,"the." Acts< Chapter of 1341.20.932.will: register LAWS of with Florida.' the .. ile AND Afc.T EACH Described OF YOU Property.TOU are. C. WALL\ AGENCY"INSURANCE

: land. This! would be of even greater benefit to fourth six-week period: Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and hereby notified that the above described -

(1t Bradford County and, since the Duval delegation County Agent G. T. Huggins Izth Grade .?* ssi, *.. for feeipt Bradford of proof County of ,publication Florida upon of under and property by-,virtue Has of been Chapter jetted[51,

did not include' the "missing link" on their paid this week that livestock owners Ronald Perint. Charles Prevail, this notkv th. fictitious name of Florida Statutes of: 1957, and is HOW SPECIALISTS" '-
re Elizabeth: Slade Oaa Company, under which I in the possession of the Board of
: Prevail Bernice Pri-
quest list presented to the Road in the county are free to move am engaged in business County Commissioners
Board 332
V now would at of this County 200 E. Call Street Phone WO (.48 l
seem to and sell their animals in any vftt. Betty Ann Simmons. George West Madison St. Starke. Florida. and you. and each of you are
be the time to start negotiating with areas where the brucellosis Young, Judy Judd Judy Kelley Flora J. glade toe per cent owner., hereby further notified that a Peti
Clay County and see if the connection quar- H20 Bart Call St. Starke. Florida tion. under said chapter has been Starke, Fla.
can antine has not been started. He Bubba LaMee Mary Agnes Matthews Dated this 17th day of Muck filed in the Circuit Court of the
made between Macclenny and Highland. raid owners would have to have Faye Maxwell. Phillip .\. D. 139 at Starke, Bradford .
County Florida. 3-19 4t f.' ,
their animals vaccinated before Mobley, Patsy Nichols Glenda ,

Revive they could be moved into a'coun- Parker George Patten. Mara CALL FOR BIDS

Town Meetings"The ty that has the program under Payne. Barbara Bates, Bonnie JIOTICB Starke.TO CONTRACTORS Florid

Crawford( Angela Elder Linda Sealed bids will be received br FOR LEASE

Town Meeting is dying. It i is dying right way.The brucellosis quarantine was Oasktos. Jchn Green. Terrell the Bradford Board of Public Instruction of \
County, Florida. at the
here in :Maine under our own noses. It is dying scheduled to begin In this county Green. Henry Hall. Judy Kelly, office of the Superintendent of Pub-

because you and I do not take the interest in our March 16. but state veterinarians James Hobbs. JI,: Instruction In Starke. Florida tip
to 11 clock AltlEST... Monday.
to town that our forefathers did," sadly observes do not have the program underway 11th Grade April 6. 1959. at which time and ONLY SUNOCO SERVICE STATION IN STARKE

editor Gordon McKay in his Stonington, Maine yet. Huggins said three members Delores Cloversettle Patricia place opened all bids and received read aloud will be for pnbliilT the-

newspaper."In of the Florida Livestock Cogdill. John Dodd. Sara Jo following items of work: .
Board were here this week to map 'prow. Harold Tyus, Judy Lesawyer. Ih*lt'f.. ... Itetlajhtluc Ha.JII- Located on U. S. 301 near center of Starke. This station

mud when the days folks of had unpaved roads: in the days of plans for the vaccination pro- Gwendolyn Raulerson, Vic TUe f.. Wrk.rrb..l !!....(.a mmt Broker will produce an exceptionally good income for the' right

to walk miles to attend gram. tinia Erwin Thomas Folson. William !Scfc..1. operator.
meeting, they knew what they were there for. Huggins said ranchers and farmer & Henry Graham Linda M..C.rf'. !Seteare F.qvipnrat -
d Faraltare, Bradford
They also knew what was going on in their town; who want to begin vaccinating Green. William Thomas Jackson, Hick JrhcolMiUwrk 1. _
Successful will receive
who was getting what. And they stood i in their animals could do so by contacting Ruby Johnson. Freida Kimbler for Srfn r* !!... applicant paid training to insure
up Bradford tflgb *eh lElecfrlral profitable of this station.
operation Moderate i invest
Dr. R. S. Mullins Starke
meeting and 10th
expressed themselves in no uncertain Grade Work f.r SrlrmrcR
terms. veterinarian. Costs of the vacci- Carolyn Vickers. 'Terry Walters __..Bradford niffb S....., menl, will return above average income for dealer.
anUl..t TIT Fl.. for SrleitreRWMBS.
nations will
"Let us see what happened in another country. be paid by the state. Amelia Williams. Therissa Mar- Bradford Hick ek..t
Let Huggins said Jorge Valdejull, uca Sara Osborne,'Brenda Brto- Any bids received' after: the .p ci- SUN .OIL co. P. O. Box 148 Jacksonville
us give you a quote from 'Doctor Zhivago'Pasternak by livestock inspector for Clay and son: Carol Douba. find lime and date win not bt con ., Fla., Ph. EL 3-0941
" Dewey McKin- .
L : 'It was then that untruth came down Bradford Counties, had informed -rldered.Bach .
ney. Myrtice Dennis. bid fur
project item
any or
on our land of Russia. The main misfortune the him that not a single case of of work must oe accompanied by a --
kith Grade
root of all the evil fcrewworms had been verified in certified check 01' callhlf'r'I check .
to come, was the l loss of con .
Irwin bid
bonds will
Martin. Shirley Morrison., ( not be acceptable -
fidence'n the value of one's own opinion. People the state from Feb. 25 to March Barbara Shadd. Gerald ) In the amount of V
L. 21. Huggins said the life of a Widegreh five per cent of the base bid as
imagined that it was out of date to follow their John Adams, j
screwworm fly is only three weeks Mary Jane Bigham guaranteed that the bidder, if awarded -

own moral sense, that they must all sing in chorus and the three and a half weeks Joe Allen Sapp. Marilyn Hernwall ten coniwcutive the contract calendar, will days within after

nd'li'br other peoile'notions, notions that with no cases confirmed should Clara Dianne Colson Sandra So- written notice being gtvea of such ,
iano. sward enter into a written contract
were, being crammed down everybody's throat'"Nothe mean the pest has been stamped with the Board of Public instruction "-,
sad part of it all is that this is just out in Florida. Valdejuli said he 8th Grade of Bradford County. Florida in i

what is happening right here in our own town expected the eradication programto Arlen Bias. Lenoard Catapano 'accordance The *ucce with 5ful the bidder accepted for Kewlrii bid. J.

.-. .of Stonington. It is happening all over Maine continue for at least two more Lynood SAlly Walters.Epperson James Smith, shall!! and give Relighting a contract Hampton performanceand School ( 1 1t(1

It is happening all over New England, the wars however while neighboring 'payment bond satisfactory to :.
states complete successful pro 8th Grade the Board In an amount equal to .
cradle of town meetings. People think they must grams and lessen the danger of Mary Bellinger Hazel Cogdill one hundred per cent of the contract j

conform. People" have lost confidence in their infected animals being shipped a- VIcki Frees. Gayle GDhooIy Marcia price.Successful bidders on the other

V own opinion. cross the Florida quarantine lined HaYnes, Marcus Jackson. Ernest projects and item of work may at ,

V : We' hate to admit it, but what he has observed ; Jenkins, Suzanne Judd. Robert their and discretion payment, furnish bond a in performance an .amtunt -- ., ,

:, in Maine i is also happening here, in Starke, anV MAYOR'S COURT Langston.. Emily l'Lewis, Judy 'equal to one hundred. pr .,-
Mosley; Lucian Prevatt, Martha cent of the contract price or leave : .
doubtless '
elsewhere throughout the nation. The the certified or. cashier's .check ln .. \ I
average: }person has so many demands on his time Public intoxication headed, the Ritch. Michael Sheppard forma the hands of the Chard a* a jeans.tee '. ,
list of cases on Mayor's Court Strickland, Linda Alvarez., Leonard that the -terms of the contract .
.' and o'man ways of filling the small amount of Dugger. Barry will, b*' complied with. .
docket Firth:; Richard
again ths week with ,
eight Xo-bidder.
withdraw hi bid
may *
z leisure that is allotted him. that he is apt to neg such charges slated for trial Monday Hobbs 'Barbara Mcinney Donald for a.' period of thirty days after ,

; lest and, forget his obligation {to take an interest morning. Traffic charges, and Thompson, Harold, B.:'Bishop: of.the date set for the 'opening there

in and contribute to the betterment of the community one charge each of disorderly conduct -til work shall be done in acc rd.'hn' ., : EVERYONE SCORES WW .

: that provides him and his family with a resisting arrest, use of pro ........................ contract with documents plans, specifications relative thereto and I

velihood. fane language and fighting built which may be examined at the of-
""Several the number of cases to 16. GRAHAMMrs. Mice of, the Superintendent of Public
weeks ago our County Commission decided Instruction: Starke, Florida or ,atGAY'.S A CMCKIHC ACCOUHT
Bertin Cyr faced three charges
: to schedule mid-month V .
a night meeting for : ;
pleaded guilty to alL They .
-. the convenience of persons who could not meet rere public intoxication, disorderly On the scores o_ f safety, convenience, and
with it during! the day. At the first one Of these conduct and resisting arrest. AAAAA&&AA&AAAAAA A.&i.i.I .

: evening sessions: not a single person appeared and His sentence were $27 or five dayson We are sorry to report that J. I ,. accuracy in transferring money, people who '

.. it is doubtful if they will be continued unless each of the first two, and $52 D. McKiuney son of Mr. aijd Mrs. -Home-- .Appliance; ; pay by check are always "ahead." Come in ,

more interest i is shown. or 10 days on the latter charge. JOhn .
McKinney Isa
patient )nan and
give us an opportunity to explain why!
: And unlt"OU think we're talking about the Freddie McWilUam.110' was Orlando hospital and very ill Your Frteunjr i it

.. other follow how long has it been since YOU charged with driving while drink- Mr. and Mrs. Albert WilIis'gu'
: attended tog: causing an accident pleaded sts Sunday were cousins Mr. Norge Dealer
a mooting of the City Council or the
.. guilty and paid a fine of $152. and Mrs. Snowden of Gainesville -' *
Board, of County Commissioners? Dowling E. Blair forfeited bond and grandchildren Arthur and t KQKOB APPLIANCESMAYTAG f
of $104 by not appearing on a Carleen Melton of Waldo. WAS&EU>

... charge of reckless driving. Mrs. Irene Ratliff visited bosons FLORIDA Bank
Total of fines levied COLBMAN HBATBU Ml : :
and bonds
: THE.n" and daughters-in-law. Mr :
TELEGRAPH' estreated was $664 and one fine arid Mrs. Walter Ratliff of Starke FLOOR'FURNACE --* ?--,4, -*. .' .. 4 J .* %/

.E91': 1171 of' $52 was suspended on' 60 days and Mr. and Mrs COlen Ratliff of One .f 21 Banks In the .t Starke

S. ,0 fI.OKIDA'9 OLDEST WEEKLY XEW8rArrif 'rbba tion. Gainesville, last weekend. fle Service AD Make I : Ff.ddi'Natlonal Gmrp aI

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Buffet Dinner'At Gair Woodlands better than average

Sewell Home I Offer; ForestryScholarship: I I scholastic os a career record leadership interest in ability forestry -

Saturday Night I.I in s hoot community and church

I activities. good character, and
Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. Gair Woodlands Corporation of pleasing personality.

Marcus F. Brown were hostesses. Savannah; Ga. announces that it., Application forms and addi-.

at a delightful buffet dinner and I will continue its program of an-!II.onallnformation may be obtained -

bridge party Saturday evening atthe'Sewell nually providing two forestry :
Gladys Mooty { from high school principals! or

.,_._ _._. ._,_, _.___-_._,_._. _._-l_r___ home on N. Walnut V scholarships.! Each scholarship vocational agriculture instructors.
,',street. V } U-tals 4000. which is art in-J I The completed application mustbe

\Miss Beverly Lappe Spring flowers in attractive arrangements -I crease of $2.000 over previous submitted to the school principal .

Weds W. C. Contos were used to advant-I years, to cover the increased cost not later than March 31.

'. .,.. age in decorating points of interest oj living. The fund provides each
: I In Jacksonville throughout the home for the recipient with $1.000 per year for CHURCH OF GOD

occasion. The buffet table in the four years of study in the field of I I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mora

: I I In a beautiful wedding ceremony dining room was overalid with an I I professional forestry. lug Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday

.". :4V L performed Saturday evening, Mar. imported Italian cutwork cloth This is the sixth consecutive Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPH

14, at 8 o'clock in the Woodland cnl\ had a centerpiece of pink and V V J (rear the Corporation has offered Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m.

Acres Baptist Church, Jacksonville white camellias. Nymphenberg V forestry scholarships to outstand- ; Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:15 p. m

T Miss Beverly Ann Lappe,' porcelain candle holders with I I mg high school graduates in LAWirr:
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry flanked the ;.i : ,
burning pink tapers -4 states where Gair operates or Sunday School 10 a. nu> Morn-

Lappe of StaiAe, became the bride centerpiece and two Nymphenberg' 4t.t 1!( V 'towns timberlands. Wilbur Barry ], ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service

., V of William C. Contos son of C. C. porcelain figures also graced the %IfIv \p 4 1' of Brooker received' one of the1! Saturday 7:30 p. m.

Contos of Jacksonville.The table. ,. scholarships in 1958. t

church was beautifully decorated dinner several Succes.-5ful KLGTzy LE1
Following progressions applicants are per- r J?
,tiV 12.w with lighted cahdelaDras. of bridge were played: I mitted to indicate their prefer- MISSIONARY BAPTIST

forming an arch, flanked toy two with Mr. and >[rS. Clyde Sinclair ance to attend the Forestry Su.iaay School 9:45 a.m. ,!(om.

.. fan shaped arrangements of white winning high score and L. I). Vln'ng I I -, ...N l School of the University of Georgia ng T7rshp:: il ajn. E.'v ig

gladioli and cushion mums, againsta and Mrs. T. H. Slade .Sr. winning V University of Florida, N. C. Service, 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting

background of palms and other I bingo. ( State. or Clemson Agricultural each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. (Everyone -

greenery. Among the 16 uests those trom I College. welcome.-Kev. H. H- Mott.
-. Miss Saundra Jones i 1 As the guests assembled, Robert -- I
out of town were Mr. and Mrs. I To be eligible an applicant must pastor! V

:::.. Engagement. Told 1 Milam, noted musician Of !Proctpr Snow of Dublin. Ga.. Mr.
"" I I Jacksonville, played nuptial selecI and Mrs.: >Clyde 'Sinclair of Jack-" i, HOMESTEADERS THAT hAVE 'OT)SIG>'ED FOR 1959

::'" Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Tyler Jones I] tions and the traditional wedding rcnviile Beach and Miss Virginia II Below is the list of Homesteaders who hare not filed a renewal application ..

V. announce the engagement of their!' marches were used. Mrs. W. Hall Sewell of Marianna.. i for 1959. If your name appears on this! list you.will not be
." dauhter, Saundra; Manet: to Robert -, of Jacksonville sang O PromiseMe" '.? : ; l' eligible for the exemption unless you bring your application to Gene

,k. Alexis Green, Jr., son of SIr.J I I ." and '"Where: Ever Thou uocst. School Lurifcheon Long, Tax Assessor on or before April 1st, 1959. Those Applying, for

and Mrs. K. A. Green. _
I the 1st time must come to the office In
""** Robert H. Lappe of Starke I person.
Miss Jones, a graduate of Urart- servj j Personnel MeetIn
X O Hayes crt-orre Griffin Smith
V,,, ford High School, attended tsrenau j jM ed as best man, while ushers: were I Johmc I>. frcwsAnnif Turn Marks Klmrr L- Johns

| College, Gainesville, Ga. and is a Michael Colburn ana John LucaS: Cafetorium I t''hofiddIilton! : I>. Carter William Lane
.r I! Mrs. Alice Clemons of Lake Butler \ U. II c-r""n. Jr. Queen Esther Green Lydia Lane .
of Alpha Gamma Delta I Seventy-five lunchroom personnel :; Until I>iiK<'! A dam Emma Parker. Est. Joe Ji-a @rProadway
-' sorority, attended her sister as :maid .of I .\. Z radRtttJ Joe Morris: Kst. &0 CaIn
I I I honor, and bridesmaids were Miss from Alachua and Bradford \J John H V V. Mr. Green, also a graduate ot Elaine Harley of Lawtey and Miss Counties attended a School Lunch I I High point .of. the Cancer -. Jasnhm ,show was wedding scene i,1 ''J. s. r.riffi J.... Ilarmoo Jame' M. Pouplaa
Bradford School is f Will IVnnett
High presently X. I) Uriffisf Jessie'! AlexanderIMnkl
__".- the of Florida Jeanie Fay Smith of Jacksonville. Meeting in the Starke Elementary [at top 'with Mrs. Doyle EL. ConnCr'a* the bride and: 'Clyde f Hubert C Pat..rson B. T. Marshall P. IxiperJCesner
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" tfhere Uiversity Little Kathy Lappe. a niece,'served School cafetorium ,:Mondayl: Terwillegar ai' bridegroom. Attendant. are [l-rj Mrs. Seymour It I. C1.,mon \\". \'. Henderson Jones
he is the'ColIE'ge .
a junior in i Minnie Smith ,
A grooming and P I T>ddi :hJ Wil. Williamson
on *
- cT. Arts and Sciences. He is a.. as flower girl and Bobby Lappe, program R. Marco'rSam: Zack, Miss iklores Me Knight, and Fy Goldwire. II. :MH'arthyR ."." \\'. tiraudon (Ovella Perry
a nephew, was ring bearer. work habits was presented, -. 1 D. Kfildivh' Oiarles K. Smith K t;. TriM
flower and Conner
: member of Kappa Sigma Irater- At frtml Connie Chastern, girl Doyle -
I ballerina emphasis on posture. Laurie Mul- .. I Apn* Thoma Kffir Mae Jordan William II halL Jr.
All of the attendants wore .. *, r il 14
nty.! Ibis narrated "Posture &'par cte" Jr., ring bearer. I iFras.i.r K.ller.. Est. Ixim IMeandioJ. Oneva llersey
length of ice blue and r.. Pollard
: The wedding will be an event I I. gowns following 'tlki lg" :,, 1'oufhful.fashiOD modelitabove: 1-r) are: La vern' Outlaw I James L. MtCormick; T. Nellie Ix-wl.
evening white gloves and with the part (;t"orge Rivers Iagar: Wilkerson Harold rft>ro-e
. of June 6 'in the First Baptist white shoes.length Sylvia Slouch '(Annie 'Laurie' Mor Jr., Lynn I>sler, EDen\Blcxxiworth, "Robin Mullins, "Nancy :,, X I* Starling II It. Hou!'ton W. A. Walhre: Sr.
Church. Arlie J I A. R. Johnson jon..W C._Jones
: Baptist >ot>b"
. The bride, who was given in gan); Susie' Sway-back ( Gay,' E1bbie Knight 'Titid AniieTtrwillegar.. James Wainwriftht Carl Hitch HrnrrMrOea:

I marriage by her father, chose a Nolin); Hortense Hump (Ernes; Pint hair atright tops this all pink utfit modeled by -1 Albert SappenfiHdrid Mrs, C*. P. HooverRuby C">n'lanoe W. Barnhill

: Garden Club Hears : ballerina length white Chantilly tine Register); Samantha Stoop Julia, Jajckson Alvarez-. V Vi-i; : L.DrnefieldM. OfW :.. I>. ThompsonK Tin I..y Thomas Jr X rman

: :.< Discussion lace gown with full chiffon skirt (Marian Corner) ; Sally Stiff ( P' iW1 :iri '- I .'loren.-* Williams 31}Hie! MrKinneTTAneda Webb CO. II i.ere
.. I (Cynthia Gruis). The conclusionwas Clifford Kelley Joe RffusrIra
: over taffeta. Her veil of French Is Fgshions Mary X. llennett
Pest Control Lonnie Moench.A IMocif I1.OVWPPng J.v Barlnr AndrewVirsie
given toy
: silk illusion was attached to a I Sam Frown Rosa' Iff: Chent HlynnW
I Rosa LiKKette, Est.
skit portraying right and .
Rio-hard CollinsFranklin
crown of seed pearls. She carried 'ViXiV Smith
A. U. Randolph
; Nefl Malphurs of the Honda 'the i : IlendnthK (; >
methods in lunchroom iy airharles
white Bible with wrong For M K. Roberts
a topped two CampaignThe I" ,
. efl gp/cer I icar Williams K steele
Pest Control and Chemical Co. was department was presented by Mildred -:: ifrt'rl tames .
white orchids and carnations.Mrs. Johnny II. Gaminei .tltanlaI're:

.: guest speaker at the Starke Gar- Lappe chose for her daughter's Lawson Mattie "Gresham'l I latest: tyies in .clothes nd'. Jf6hrts' sklon. The soft cotton i, S T starling.! Jr.Fred Jfff'if Ida I..t"Inltlf'n<;ui:r

den Club meeting Monday: evening./ wedding a blue silk organza' Donnie Mae Edwards, i I coiffures, including pink hair, were I j|.aflfefnobh dress was trimmed with JVVh.lan SmiihK :Mrs. :Mike Marucca .11'.11; re Klhm.'.. Palmer IjiPortaeor
: :Mr. : the I.-.na r. l'c
. Malphurs enlightened I print with white gloves and white Taylor, Anna Fender, Alice Jen- !; featured :at the Cancer benefit:' matching lace and tiny tucks and T I.. Casey. Jr. AirsV. R aT Mundy>; Kannir '"rummel
members on the" insecticides to be kins, Ruth Shanbarger and Rosa I I held at ru : '"'>Ili,- r.nffis 1-:. r... MalhewB Perry KiteXa'thaniel
corsage of orchid and carnations. fashion show and luncheon j in .ed"alissy..,., back bow. She I'11'
: used on lawns, shrubs and llowers Moore. H o' Easter decorated cupcakes.Mrs. ;u'h S for Florida pests. He also conducted Following the wedding a reception the Woman's Club Tuesday under!t was, a symphony in pink. Jerome Johns was respon- Arnett Thompkins Mrs. K. S. Matthews lx-atha Shingles
was held in the church recrea- Guests were served strawberrypie the chairmanship of Mrs. P. G. I Clim'axing the show was a wedding Nathan Ratibrson Hrowardkridfce, PattersonClarenre
: a: question and answer period sible for decorations which earned Nathaniel WhitneyKtinth P. & Win I-
I Mrs C. F
tion building. On either side ot whipped cream and coffee Felos. 1 scene in which Mrs. Doyle Hoover
his talk. out the Spring and Easter theme Strong I. M. atlm fred rrawford
a- following the reception room were lighted by Sarah A. Hunter, managerof Men' and boys Avert :rtqt forgotIten I Conner as the bride, wore a Fricil- 'i, LC'aton I' :Morgan.Mrs. : Jr. James If rhittyR Laura R Simpeon

- 'h :Mrs. Jessie.' Young, president, candelabra and tall baskets of the Starke Elementary School eith r. for spring fashions for.'; la of Boston gown featuring a with flowers, including sprays ot I Merrill Prevail I. C Thomas WId.n'. and Dim
: presided over the business meet- dogwood on the walls. and a pro- 15. K. OriffisKaymnnd Ernest Phillips .ltillty
t white gladioli and mums. The lunch department. fcoys and-young men were modeled dropped neck-line and waist, both il CrewsWiliard ..
Arthur G I. udon rerll M -
. ing and (Miss Clara Leaman gave fusion of pink Easter Bunnies Jr. >r"
bride's table was overlaid with a v from Alvarez' and Barksdale's.Women's .:j i edged.! with _lace re-embroidered I / Carll..n J. LL Andrews Rnth T nks Adklnn
Easter devotion. Miss nestled among flowers on the Purvis Griffis
: aii Dorothy Roman .M. Alvarez: Mrs B F Pendarvls
white Italian cutwork cloth. The Executive Board fashion were from:i, with seed pearls.
Ross, Miss Leaman and Mrs. Jesse stage. I BruieTYI'.n W II. Xoegel. Jr. :Mary Kitties
0. three-tiered wedding cake was Barksdale's and Leila' "\\'tn flair!i I Other models who showed bathing I Ernest Ml K S. EdwardsComer
r Newsome were appointed on the :Mrs. Jan Garner entertained Sarah PatisA
: : nominating committee. The Road- topped with a white orchid and The executive board of the styles shown by Mural's and Ruby. i,: suits, sports clothes. afternoon with piano selections. preceding t I liver Elliott/! Tyson Tyson Est Fred Gny I). JonesArthur Edwards U. Randolph
three wedding bells and three wide itarke Woman's Club will meet Johns. I II I and evening gowns were: Herbert Green WilliamsColumbos VirRie Flynn
S side and Civic committee announced and concluding the sTiow. j
i nylon tulle ruffles were placed .a- Thursday afternaoep Apr. 2, at Mrs. H. B. Peyton,-< mmen -j; Gharlene .!)epnIS. .Linda 'Kay,..Sale. I Oscar IV11James RrooksEugene Mm. C. F HooverIjeifei
that had planted six abel- 'Mrs. 'T. B Franklin
: they round the base, and were inter: I tor opened the fa hion' display Sue hasttn. Jan Ritch. Charlene : C. riazeri Jr, who was Ferguson Mundy
ia and two pyracantha bushes on 3:30 o'clock at the club house. I I r ; C A. Crum Richard Sanders Mrs W :N Johnston
U spersed with blue mums and lilies after a welcome by Mrs. Clyde Hardy Brenda Lewis, Mrs. Charley !in charge of tickets said admis- Elmer n Shell I tan Johnson Edward I'urnsUilmartin

S E. Call street, west of the Alligator of the valley. Terwillegar, chairman of the local. Johns, Sarah VVoodDurn Lu sions totaled approximately $200. \i nON L.e Thomas Iaid 11. ToDtgolnt'ry Thomas L.
: bridge.
The punch table was decorated Cancer Society. I j I Green Bishop, Mrs. Olin White. J.
S During the social hour the host- I ,
identical to the bride's table. Spring clothes for "Young fry"' Betty Ann Simmons, Martha Dayton -- -- -- -
esses served a dessert course. -
,Mrs. Laura 'demons cut the I were modeled by seven. youngsters ,. Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. K. .' ,

bride's ke and Mrs. Alice Clemens 'who also sang "Here Comes peter : P. McLendon Frances Landrum,

Easter Egg Hunts kept the bride's book. Cottontail," accompanied by. Mrs.,. l\trs. "Stanley Noegel, :Mrs. O. L.

Planned The young couple left on a wed A. J.'Thomas Jr. V V Haynes Jr..' Mrs K. W. Mathews. SPECIALSa1otvt1
By Groups I .1.
: ding trip to St. Augustine .and. One of the highlights of new Harriet Powell'Irs., L. M. Stokes.

: The nursery and kindergartenS Daytona Beach and will be at ftshions shown was a Pink tt Mrs. Pearl. Sauls, and Shi Anne

departments- of the First Methodist -I, home after March: 20 at.. !S213 Alta Bradford County, Hospital announces Dawn cotton from Leila's worn by Smith.V

: Church will 'hold their Easter'' Ave., Jacksonville.The the following'births: : Mrs. Julia Alvarez, who also hada Luncheon, in charge of Mrs. T.

U egg hunts Friday afternoon at I bride is a student at Jones !Mr. and Mis. William i ftelano bubble style hairdo in matching,. C: Ritch. was served at small P'iNMARK'S'

= 3:30 o'clock at II Fellowship Hall. Business College and Mr. Contos Adams. of Starke, .a'\Son. .' William. pink done ! I
Delano Adams Jr. Mar.: 22. .
from Andrew Jackson ,
S The primary group will have their graduated ; '
I School and Jones Business :Mr. and .Mrs. Cecil Kushx of Double ;
: egg hunt Saturday atternoon at High Dose CI"axMember !
I 3 o'clock. '' College of Accounting and is now Starke: ,a daughter, Carol. Ann, -. .

a 'I' employed In the office of the New Mar.. : 22. V bit Justice Drive : -

: The Beginners Department ot York Laundry. :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin of I .

I the First Baptist Church held Its LaJceland. a son, James. Mack, t
-\ Is Meted Out Wil;
: annual Easter,.Erg! Hunt, TuesdayS I Social Club Mar. 22: % Fish FryThe

afternoon with about 45 children Dr. and Mrs. )\.. J. Barry ot /

. enjoying the party. V 1 To Meet April 7 Starke, a son, Andrew Jackson 'It was an unlucky day for Dallas Starke Junior Chamber of '

: BesT3e!, hunting eggs the cHilttren I The Starke Social Club met in Barry' II, Mar. 19. Ray Crawford. He was convicted Commeice will climax -a success 9 Pc. Sofa Bed fifoiip p'

. played games and sang. Mothers Mr. and Mrs. Claude Milo Seig- Tuesday in County Judge'sCourt ful four-week" membership drive
the Church Hall
: cthe children helped with the," Tuesday Presbyterian March 17. After a brief ler of Raiford, a son, Steven Rich- on a charge of driving while with a fish fry tonight at. the

. entertainment. V business, session, Joseph Kemgan ard Mar. 20. intoxicated. Judge T. A. Yawn Crystal Lake camp of Jerome l-Full Size Sofa Bed
sentenced him to pay a fine of
Johns. Thirty members plus
some Irish and .
gongs games
St.. Marks EpiscQpal church sang $150 or 60 days in jail. guests from' the Gainesville JayceeS 1OccasionalClir'
I Refreshments were ,
. were played. Doctors Then Deputy Russell itedding-led V AT] .
will hold an Easter egg hunt for Hospital announces the lire expected. .
served by the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford s .
following births: downstairs where Sheriff V .
the Sunday schcol classes on Sat- ; David Paton and Mrs. J. Bowden. : Jaycee President John Kope- 2 Tables ,
i P. D. Reddish him -- Si
: served witha -
. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis of
urday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock r-
;; The next meeting will be held lousos said' membership of the '
at the Parish House. i Church hall Starke a son, Emery Randolph, warrant charging Crawfor with has increased 22? .
in the Presbyterian organization 1 Coffee Table
and .
March 18.Mr. forgery uttering a forgery.The V\\
on Tuesday, Apr. 7, at 7:30 pin. and Mrs. Bernie Kuhnof warrant charged Crawford times during the membership
: Nancy Struth Feted The club will meet on the first with the ame' drive.; He called it "a tremendous Table 'W' .
High 'Springs, a daughter, Maria: forging of Faul 2-- Lamps .t. ';

At Birthday Party end third Tuesday of each month. Rae, March 18. Crawford Jr. to a check for $5.69 zuc ess." V ,....,. .., '.
Everyone welcome.IDelegates that he cashed at 'Kopelousos said old and new -
3 *, Hi Stump's. Dept.. 2--Throw Pillows
: Mrs. Merrill Struth entertained Store March 12. members will tackle th eir first

, at a birthday party Saturday Attend W'TWJafckson Paul Crawford is the .brother-V project Saturday when. they will

: afternoon for her daughter, JMancy.vho Is HospitalizedAfter in-law of the man charged' with, stage a "cVan-up day." He said REGULAR PRICE 167(5( $

. \ was celebrating her seventhS Deanery MeetingMrs. Accident using his name. Jaycees would clean up one or Your Ch9ice of Mahogany, Cherry, -.t. I t

anniversary. Stefanelli Mrs In other cases handled in County more spots that are "eyesores to
: Azaleas and wisteria were used I Randall Chism, and Mrs.: Kobbie 'Brake failure was given as the Court en Tuesday. County Attorney the town." This could become. a or .Blonde. Tables. Many Colors off SAVE 37.60
. In the Struth home lor <* >
decorating Arch
ah Thomas entered; a motion regular monthly -project if the
Shaller attended the St. Augustme cause of accident Wednesday
: the occasion. The IS little guests of nolle prbssequi on a Lamps and Pillows to Choose From.
chargeof first attempt produces pleasing
Ii Deanery of the Council of Cath- night. March 18, that resulted in .
enjoyed gamt'sith and received assault and againstFred 9
pnzes battery
results .PIEO'
. olic Women on Thursday, March facial injuries to :Mrs. W. T. JacK- V
Easter baskets filled with Blocker and the case was
19. Mrs. Stefafielh! president. and sonwife of Mayor Jackson of ONLY $14.00 DOWN .
: candy eggs as favors. Ice creamS )' .. dismissed. .
Mrs. Chism went as delegates from Starke. '
and birthday cake were served. j i '.A '.charge: of malicious injury "
Starke. i State M. N*. Sellers in- Mrs. Francis Jarjis [$12,000)
Trooper $10 PER MONTH
: Mrs. Struth was assisted ;toy against Ruby Thompson was dismissed -
During the meeting attended toy I estigating officer, said'that" Mrs Prices are computed from the amount ONLY 129.95eecLAMPS8e
S Mrs. T. G. Ritch Jr., Mrs.N... G. after a motion to node -
more than 200 delegates, Mrs Jackson's car plunged straight of documentary stamps aflixed -
. McMillan, and Miss Kate Struth. prossequi. and she was found not V
StefaneUi was electe treasurerof ahead for 135 feet and finally to the records.
guilty on a charge of
the 'SL Auustme Deanery for came to rest agamst'a fence* alter of Mrj and ;1rs.: Joseph W. War-
display a dangerous
To weapon. I
UDC MeetThe '
tne hew year. she was unable to slow down for Van Alan Copeland was found icri ,sold 63 lots in''parkwood Es- .,

Dr. Louis J. Maloof, socioligJst 90-degree turn on SR 230 near not tates 'to F-W .Developers Inc1.., of IRONING
on a of
guilty charge driving
W. Week's U. D.
T. chapter at the University of }Honda was the entrance to the duPont mine. while intoxicated. Jacksonville, for $32,000. Warren, t
. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon, at the meeting. conStruction'C
She east.
guest speaker was driving head of Warren .; BOARDPad
: Apr. I, at 3:30: o'clock at ,the Mrs. Jackson received a broken Emma Mae Armstrong was convicted said the Jacksonville' corporationwas t .

I home of Mrs W. B Mundy with nose, cuts on the''forehead, and .a on a profane languagechargfe. "'construc-
Choir finance and
. Mrs: ,.Ruby Johns-as co-hostes& MarsHill mild concussion in* Ihe accident. ? 'Sh"e .} il1 i be sentented formed:: "to.- Mahogany
S ,tion'work'in .the new subdivision.Ella .
It E : Feted At J..akeThe She is still confined to Bradford when'courts" :-. resumes today. Kate Swinyer and WilliamF. Cover Sets Blonde

Hill hoir or: County'' RbspHalJ' she- was, t-. Swinyer of Santa Clara County or
Mars touring
WHY PAY RENT? taken for treatment. Q emetree: Sells
Mars Hill College, N. C. .enjoyed Sellers said: ')frs. Jackson's' carreceived Calif sold John A. Torode the

a picnic lunch at the Levy Canova Saratoga Homes; south 37 feet of lots five and six
to the front
. Kingsley Lake home on Tuesday.The Other Sales Brisk addition to "It's A Fact You. Can Do Better At"
WILL BUILD HOME V bumper and grill and wag dented .in the: .. J. ,G. Alvarez !
food "was prepared :by the
: ON YOUR LOT and scratched on the driver's side. Starke. Also included in the sale
Madison Street Baptist Church I Demetree Builders Inc.. Jacksonville ) -
I price of $10.000 was a parcel of t
ladies. Geotge Canova of Stark
has sold four
.. No Down Payment i 5 one of the 55 members of the County Recreation in'the Saratoga Heights more subdivision land lying between Adams Street Denmark Furniture Co

; TONEY HOME BUILDERS. choir. Group To Meet. .' ., '. V I ; ; according to court house and,Seuth Walnut Street. This is ;
j- reccrfls.
I in ,the proposed nght-of-way .for
S: Inc. Band Parents Notice The County -Recr uOn' Board The lots were sold to Mr. and the four-laning of US 301 from Free Delivery OF STARKE Free Delivery

Contact RAY FORTHPHONE V will meet tonigftt Thursday) .at: Mrs.,Jackson 'W. Rahn Ull,600), '

: 4123 The Band Parents Association 7:30 p.m. in the USO. Representatives Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ekard the 'Courthouse intersection back 434 446 West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke Florida

Keystone Heights, flag will meet Monday,. March 30, at from all county groups $12.8001. Mr. wid Mrs. Marion la .the. rj sent-cout !. .near the __-_____V.V_ -5--...--:0"' .... _"'-.1-.__.._......-.....--. ___- _, .

L V 8p.m.b-Bll.S.BandJiAIL have JSeen requested .to 'Attend. E ,Elder '[$12, OJ. and Mr....ai4. -Peggy/*,railroad-tracks. -. ::- -
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\, -IMuS 6C, i- -- -- _-w__ I- -U S Charles Dlnkins underwent ant itr_and .tL.H.s.Outlaw ift BHS Trackmen Band Profits J guest at this meeting. I X's ot (. 't I*. ann \ is; ... r's

-. appendectomy, .at.Bradford Coun J racksonville and Mr. and Mrs. B.t One new member, Logan Baldwin (-Of *' 'i ->f ,Iff IAj n 5< 'i' wn
"Wi) j'* rUr !' BLESS .
Hospital on Tuesday. 5.; Outlaw, Jr. of Gainesville were Total $543 From t tI classification n investments : Pegin at the Xorthwut
r Easter Chicks colored. At Sist's. )aturday evening! "dinner guests of Place Fifth I District Meet was inducted into the club by i. u t v. ..'a of lNt C and run
Jr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw I President Al Crosby. East alwns the North mndary
I of lh- Slf \M\ S to the \Ve't'line
S Harry' Stallings of Waldo, former Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, In Relay Meet A net profit of $543.18 for the I Carlis !Taylor organization and oi right away of $tate Koad,

rr i Starke resident, b confined (3ju..and Mrs: .G. v. Phillips of band uniform fund was realized I extension chairman. Alachua District -, No. IS:the thence\Vcs"t' run line ouZh.terIy'along of riitht of ,I
THE NEWS to Bradford County Hospital with J:.ake City are visiting their sister, from the Fifth District Band Con Boy Scouts o: way of Stat. Road XOL IS. 1J5 a
r back injuries received when a klrs. Bertha Pearce this week, Bradford High's track team test held here March 14. The an- presented the new Troop Amer.ca.j' feet to an Iron stake and polutbtItl
ninll: of land herein described
raced fifth'place
to position a-
"'.--.-_- -.-_-_-.-.-.-_- -.-.-.- + tiuck fell on him. when the jack Mr. and Mrs..Lester Crews and 17 a teams entered in the nouncement was made following ter to the club which is Fniro said point of beginning -
slipped while he was working underneath c laughter. Carolyn were in Fort mong a meeting last Friday night of the'! soring organization. Institutional run Southeasterly' alonxr
J Mrs. T. E. Hcrndon and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonand it. 1 vfyers on Sunday visiting Mrs.,J. University' City Relays at Gainesville Band Parents committee in charge Representative Harry Kabb and State thest Road' right Xo i.of :SO.way: ) fet line to of a.
tfr ,Sylvia, and Dr. Charles Dasher Mrs. Lily Shepherd of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs Albert Stefanelli J). Hooks. last Saturday of concessions for this event The I members of the Troop Committeewere Make: thence run in a Sooth-

t of Valdosta. Ga. visited Mrs. were Sunday guests of and son cf Jacksonville were Sun- Mrs. Ira Wilburn of Louisville-, The Tornadoes finished second t port will be presented to the recognized and commendedfor line,,'pt.lnly 230 direction feet to. an on iron a stralpljt stake -.. ,

f W.' M. Edwards on Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. HenC C 3a. spent last week with her among the 'eteht, teams ranked regular meeting of the Band Parents their work. thence rnn Xorthwrsterly on a

: noon. Paul Knight of Miami spent ry StefanellL iaughter, Mrs.: B.,L. Moxley'and MS Clays! A. Other entries were Association :Monday night at straight thence line JOO feet to a stake

., Mr. ar.d Mrs O. G. Strayhorn the weekend with his mother Mrs. J. W. Lee returned to her J'.1mily. from- Class AA schools. 1 o'clock in the music building. I.I.S CC Membership straight run line XortBeasterlr Zio (h'f to point on oft A

I of Wildwood and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mr. and home in Atlanta Thursday after Mr. 'and Mrs. 'H. G. Davis Jr.- Track: Coach Dave Hurse praised Total receipts from concessions I >eicinninK. Said land being pproiimately .

Oscar Hazen cf Brooker were last Mrs. H. V. Knight. spending the past three months I ind family of Gainesville were the,fine effort cf his freshman and gate were 2,804.08, and total Meeting TonightAn : 2Stj 2 at'res.Pnrrrl !!'.

: Friday guests of Mi. Iud Mrs.\ V. Mis. Clara Holton of Tampa I with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mr. iTSiting Mrs. W. N. North mon Sun- 2nd sophomore dominated team. expenditures $2,260.90. The $b43.8 ..I of Government Lot 4 in Sec
I organization for the
y. Hazen and Mr. and Airs. M. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. G. -- Only'nine of the squad's 35 members : and Mrs. Jim Chasteen.Mr. c jay, evening. net profit will applied on a: annual Chamber of Commerce 3
F. Hazen. Holton over the weekend.Mr. i ot i are juniors. or seniors. $900( on band uniforms 1 1i BeKin the
and Mrs. Jim Killian of Mrs. Annab lle Devlin Gainesville I payment membership drive will be held to- at Xorthwest!!' corner
Mr, and Mrs. H. E Bradley andS and Mrs. George Huggins last visitorf Hurse said outstanding perfor- due in ApriL of ::5li of Lot C and nm East
Waynesville. N. C. are spending I was Thursday i : night (Thursday) in the C of C alon th.- X"rth boundary of the
family of Leesburg former Starke end family visited Mrs. S. M. several weeks here. .} 'Mrs. Oar) Mathews and other mances came from Fred Brandes, Receipts were itemized as follows -;i office on Temple Ave. at 7:30 p.m. si of Lot C tn the West line
1 residents l are spending the week- .Jeffords in High Springs Sunday Colored Easter Chicks, at SIsj j!tiends here. who" ran the high I 'hurdles-'hi '16 : Cafeteria sales $1,457.3; I Around 30 members have been invited of right thence away ,.f State toad Xo.IS. .

nd. with Mr. and Mrs. Robbie afternoon.Mr. trunk's. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar seconds; Sam Gardner 45 feet 1 concession, stand sales. $759.18; !I to attend. Clyde TerwilieI : the West rnn line Southeasterlyalong of nht of

t L ha 1 and Mrs. W. F. Herlong entertained Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, ind family were in"St. Petersburg; inches, in the shctput event; gate receipts, J481.70; dessert I I par; is chairman of the memberShip (way feet to of an State iron Koad stake and Nw. 1 point$. 'I4)of

at a family reunion over Jr. and family are spending 3Ver the weekend visiting Mrs. Freshman Erwin Martin 10: feet sales, 5105.67.Expenditures. drive, wiz J. R. Bulltngtonas rieRinninc! of land herein described -
U.v the weekend. Enjoying the affair 'fhursday to Monday In Atlanta rerwillegar Sr. 9 inches in the pole vault: and were: cafeteria; vice chairndn.MVTKB from said point of bcRinnlnf
: were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moseley Sarah Flower Plants: Asters Car- Leonard bugger, uho ran the run !Southeanterlr al>n (heTest
with her mother, Mrs. Bar- food and utilities. $i5.sP; cate- neht of war Itn. to state
Her.Florid and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Layfield.Sr. ton. tations, Daisies, Dahlias, Salvta- 446. in 55:8.Other : Lena labor J260./I; cafetena : OF !MI.Krnrvnant Koa.t Xo .1. :sno/ f....f t0 x take:
t< that Final iH-crpe l Ii'uf'1 th..n..frnn in a Si'uihw..terlidre"Ik'n
of Fort White Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Sewell of Mart- and others at Sistrunk's.Miss [ fine Jobs came from John !hare of profit J1Y4.36; piano' out of the Circuit Conrt of nn. straight tine ZaO
: Herbert Hunter Marcia Miller of Andrew Miller. Dicky Dixon. John Adams the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and stake. thence ,
of Palm Harbor. anna will be home for the Easter tuning. $33: janitor service >/S: ; I feet" to an iron rtinXnrhn'edtrly
Mrs. Addie Wheeler of Taft. and wt kend. ,'-ollege, Cuthbert Ga. is home and Mike Foster!' who*picked up maid service $4.50; tickets and "fur'1ItnC Bradford rr. on 25 County.:Marrh IS53 Florida in that in Jon fret. to a on Make a s'tr thence l&ht<< line run

:.frs. Conne Purvis of Gainesville.Mr. Mrs. Levy Canova is ill with I or two weeks Spring vacation. |points as the mile relay team; advertising, $53.45; blanks. '6.W; certain. nmrtKaK" foreclosure pro- Xorlhcasterlr( on a straight: line
Mr. and Lowell "c.'.linK bvanne Docket No.'Uie4 U-fi: *::. 2ifl feet to point .f boclnnln'
Mrs. Mathews ;
and Mrs. Jerome Johns and mumps this week. and Henry Hall Leonard DugRer concession stands foods $203 */; ; J. JTILTO.V nROWXLEE.riaintiff said land beme approximately
THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. John Torode attended Mr. and Mrs J. D. Doyle attended :md son. Dennis, of Jacksonville Donald Teston and Jchnny Stev- concessions stands drin'ks. $ZlI.-I T*. PIGHAM E\lJon'l: I arr..!' in Section 7. Tap 7 S.
the Flcrida Petroleum Beach. former Starke residents, ens who clocked a 4:03 time in 12; concessions stands ice. $lM: i riMSES. IXC a '-) Kie 20 K:
Palm Sunday Floral Page- : .h. D.'fend'int'!. the nnlff'rl'liltn.-d' II: Jame, \Vey anfom..tic pool-
( ;Marketeers Association meeting at ant at the Jacksonville Garden ,ere visiting Mr. and Mrs. Garl! the mile medley relay. concessions stands paper goods.: rifAnLES DARBT, as nerk of the1S14VP I try fefrtrr": l" Model Super U
the Robert Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville Center on Sunday. They also visit- j Mathews on Sunday. DennIs. who BHS won the Keystone Confer- E342; paid to 5th District Band j! Court will Bfll at public *aletbe Farmatl tractor: :50 Ward' (18'
LISTEN KIDDIES! last Thursday and Friday. "*as stationed with the Air Force ence championship last and Association (gate receipts). $181- .. following!: drwrihed property at "r..dt'rl',. : ..
?d Mr. and Mrs. Guy Prescott in ; year I 'h taot door of the Connty Conrtho !II Mid !';t' t" I. made to tbe .
The Easter season was observedat Jacksonville.Miss ,in Montgomery Ala... is ,home.on 13 confident of another win this s"'. $Itrl.: .... Bradford County. I,..!,t and hinlie bidder for..c3Ohat
Bunnies Florida at ll-oo: .\. M 00' April nblic tit Tto atl!,"fr tho subisnnd
Drawing for the Easter leave before leaving year's I' <
Lot on
Ensey Play after- a
I Tuesday
With only five seniors to be
year. '
Sandra Garcia of Tampa : 70.Bill 1'11.: 1"-111 it: (,,' due by !aid Final lerrr".
and Baskets to be given noon with a Flannelgraph story will be a guest Thursday to Sat- tour of duty In Iceland on Apr. 11. gene from this j ear's team the Dansby P"rrrl I ,j At Starke. Florida this 23th lf
and choruses conducted Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parsonsre i Ii All of lot ;. F.'s of X's of Li.t .'"lar'II, 1'':5Charles!'.
Sat. Mar. 2S at 3:00 by tninclads of 1960 and 1961
away urday of Miss Jackie Hobbs. promise 4 *.*a *>f lft :,. S'4 of Ix l 5. .\ Iarhy. ('*."rk"
J P.M. at this Theatre. Florence Hipple and her assist- For Easter overnfght guests Thursday of to be a powerhouse In Classcompetition. TV Newsman, X3 I of tx.t!' 7. < and >. and IT
Blooming plants at '
ants. This was followed by a treatof Sistrunk's. 'Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar I A Speaks At Rotary I .
rhile enroute from St. Petersburg I
chicken pilau baskets of colored -
Coach Hurse
said he has 12
eggs and other favors. Mrs.,.Del Colley and daughter, :[to their home in Amsterdam N. ,Bill Dansby son of Mr. and Mrs. .
Sat. Mar. 28 seventh and eigth graders work
Jackie and Mrs. George Miller ST. On And After April 1 1959
R. O. Dansby of Starke and one ,
l. Guest last week of Mrs. Maidee ing out with the team this year ,
B P r "'ou"t prMrrt* M White are spending Tuesday to Thurs- Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daugh- of Channel 12's outstanding young
and son Bobby White was
and is
5 making plans to enter
1. ....FRANK. .. .:!LLOVDSWELLS";.'--,:., -W....". ..W.MW.....<"<.ttr Mrs. Grace Hambrick of Atlanta, day in Marion Ala. visiting Cadet ters. Miss Mary Brownlee and them in competition with other newsmen In Jacksonville was WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
Jack Miller and attending the Mrs. Jim Chasteen, and children guest speaker at the notary Crua
Ga., who had been visiting her athletes of the same classifica-
r daughter and family in Miami. Military Ball at Marion Military ire visiting; Dr. and Mrs. J. L.II. tion. Wednesday. I Will Be Known As
This week the District Managerof i InstitutE: 3tith and family in Sanford on I Dansby a graduate or the
I FARGO :Martin Theatres Jesse B.', S-Sgt. Jack Judd left Saturday Friday. I I The remainder of the schedule: School of journalism and Communications -

White will be guest of his mother.i(for two )ears service in Guam. Fertilizer for lawns flowers.nd .' March 25. Lee Relays in Jacksonville -I at the University of ACE ELECTRIC SERVICELOCATED
1 : March 28. University Relays
!Mrs. Judd plans to join him II
gardens at Sistrunk'a.Mrs.
-..... Mrs. Maidee White. 315 N. ClarkSt. :. Florida, descried the techniques
ID8. 101 FlAIICsi and brother Bobby White whois within 30 days. Frank Weaver of Williston ,| in Oainesvlle; April 3. Lake But- o! shooting news film for televi-
i,iMcCREABURNSDEEPLUS manager of Fla. Theatre. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins is leaving today =pent the first of the week with Jer and Santa Fe in Starke: April sion and snow filmed highlightsof AT 213 E. CALL STREET

'. .pwI5IN. t for several weeks visit with VTayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson'nd II, P. K. Younge Invitational in some of the big stories covered
Gainesville; April 17. Fletcher In- I Phone WO 4-4921
her son.n-law! and daughter. Dr. family. by Channel 12. He said that
vational in Jacksonville Beach
and Mrs. B. A. Pope in Norfolk.Va. Confined with measles this; ; WFUA was one or me four television -

4 .12 kA.: II S eek are Gilda GI' hAM. Bobby April 18, Columbia Invitational in stations in the country receiving -- 24 HOUR SERVICE

.. ? ParaTount Presents FREE'Fl Jerome Edwards, Douglas Noun "odd. Linda and Michael Futch. Lake City; April 25, Conference an award for outstanding

and Misses Nancy Bates, Jackie *>ue Hurst. Wanda Lewis and',San- Meet'in Gainesville; May 2. Dis- news coverage last year. i UNDER ACTIVE MANAGEMENT; OF
THE YOUNGJAPTIVES Ccllcy and Jackie Hobbs of 'ra .Morgan. Donna Tilley has trict Meet in Gainesville: May 11, Dansby was introduced by S. L..

FSU will be home Thursday tc uumps and Sandra Haas has State Meet in Gainesville. Peek who had charge 01 the pro-! KENNETH (RED) NORMAN

; rsfonSPRINGTIME Sunday for their Easter holidayMrs. hicken pox. gram. The young newsman's father

J. L. Chancey of West Rcddy Struth was home last Rivers, Hobbs t R. O. Dansby.was also a

( ,,, Palm Beach and Mrs. George Thursday to Tuesday from Young ----- .
J Cottman of Ocala were last Wed- Harris College, Ga. Named For Area
Pins toon."Bawana Magoo" Car CAR SAFETY nesday to Friday guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow .. 40 PIECE LATE '58 APPLIANCES JUST ARRIVED

CHECK and Mr Wesley Andrews. pent Friday to Wednesday with Cage HonorsTwo
Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr. spent Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining while

Sun., Mon.\ Tues. I. Wednesday night of last week pnroute from Tampa to Dublin,

I Mar. 29, 30, 31 Tires Lights Brakes with her sister Mrs. Clinton Buffin Ga. positions BHS on the basketball All-Area stars Zasket-won REDUCED 25% Shop Winkler's for BIG SAVINGS
Jacksonville and heard the Roddy and Kathy Struth were
tall Team selected by the dames.vilfe .
r'r'r I Muffler Battery lecture by Miss Catherine Curtisat :in Deland over the weekend visiting -
cr": tn '. the Garden Center on Thurs- relatives.Mr Sun last week, ami a third
t t\fC'\' : Xv>,, Wheel Alignment to player received honorable mention. Refrigerators -- Ranges Washers and Dryers
$ .A vv't.' day.Mrs. .and Mrs. Louis Yancey of Armond Rivers, 6-3 center, and
John H. Gill left for Pue-
Atlanta are spending Saturday to
1mltt\ ; Jim Hobbs, a swift 5-10 guard
blo, Colo last Thursday to visit Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. L.
I Absolutely Nothing to gained the all-star positions, _anfon.ard
her son. Jack Gill, who is seriously -
f II', '. ')(uy..Just/ drive in! ill. D.Dr.Vining.and Mrs. J. L. Stith and r j'fof honorable Terrr: mention.Futch was AH. named three

Mrs. K. G. Duncan is spending ramily of Sanford spent last Fri-I are seniors and will be difficult to

; I \l"\\O" \\ RECAPSNew two weeks with her son and oay and Saturday. with her parents -; jcplace next year. Tht4thas
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.K. Mr. and Mrs. L. F Dinkins.f Rivers was the sixth place scorer >

: (Pt\ Tire Guarantee- T. Duncan and their new baby The Dinkins are spending the in the area this. year and was

\\U'.ct- ,OR. son at West Point Ga. Easter weekend with the. Bttths.J a standout performer in every
: 'l CNCO\ \ \; Full Cap Premium Baby Chicks at Sistrunk's Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish game. He ranked high on "hate

i Mrs. Frazier Shaw and son and family plan to move to one I jlists: compiled by opposing teams.
RubberBW Gene, arid Mr. and Mrs. L. L. of the Hal Edwards cottages n. The lanky center scorched the
I Plus "Fit to be Tied" Cartoon Conner were in Miami last week his final ittIlilT
Kingsley Lake this weekend.Mrs. cords for points in ii)
'V" \isiting Mr. and Mrs. Loran Con- Eva Snyder of Cold Brook season. ;

Wed., Thurs., Fri. fi.70-15 9.95 10.9;) ner.Lamar N. Y. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. Hobbs. son of the BHS 'basketball -

Apr. 1,. 2, 3 7.10.15 10.95 1J.9;; Shaw has returned to L. Farber. coach missed several gamesat
7.60-15 11.75 12.71; the Umversity-'Of Georgia for the the end of the season after suffering -
Mrs. G. J. McGriff. Sr and
-- !8.00-15 12.25 14.2.; final quarter. Mrs. McGriff. Jr. attended the I a broken hand. A good I
-l lI
A man past faith..; of 7.50-1 1 9.95 10.9.OOI.t ; Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and General Electric school in Jack- ball-handler and playmaker. thE II il

A woman past innocence! 1 1I 1 10.95 11.;; family! have moved to 4904 Har- sonville from Monday to Thurs- speedy SThior scored 304 points u I
he able to play.
the was
low Blvd.. Cedar Hills. Jackson- games [
I M-G-M PMHin 8.50-11 11.95 12.9; day.Mrs. ;.. _t
ville. Carrie Ward is convales- I 111' -

t .' DEBORAHYULKERRBRYNNER 1 Plus Tax and Recappable Tire. Mrs. Bertha Fuller returned cing at the home. of Mrs. Bert;I' Deputy Leaves

home Wednesday from Jay Okla McMaines following an eye operation After PrisonerDeputy :4 I'
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSEE where she attended the funeral in the Alachua General :

US FOR tf her mother and also visited Hospital two weeks ago. Jimmy Hamilton let = I in everythingbut

m WIOLE LIIYAK1SI MODUCTIO datives the past month. Mrs. H. N. Ballentine of Neptune Starke Wednesday night for Via
I Philco AppliancesAAAAAAALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Ed Crosby and childrenof Beach and Mrs. Janet Veeiee -! cent Ala. to pick up a pnsonei I :-

THE I:i JOURNEY! i ; Douglas. Ga. spent last Wed- and Mrs. iilary Hunter of I wanted in Bradford County. price

nesday to Saturday with Mr. and Ponta Vedra were'Tuesday guests Negro Onus Kirksey, arrestedby I
IN MCTROCOLO Mrs. J. E. Hardy. of Mrs. Bert McMaines. Vincent police last week u:
DODD'SFirestone Mr. and Mrs. Eric Moore of Baby Chicks at I Sistrunk'sBud wanted on Bradford warranU !
Brcxton Ga. were visiting their Lawson Gecrge 4nd David charging non-support and remova

Plus "Alpine For You" Car- Store daughter, Mrs. Ira Harris and Canova and Gary Hildebran of of property under lien. : 491b.Frs.zerpIvs

toon. family from Wednesday to Sat- I Mars Hill College, N. C. arrive ', Hamilton is expected to retort I S_ BIG
528 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla urday. home Saturday for a ten daySpring with the prisoner today. ,-l : 1 S lb.Chilltr Draw.,

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin vacation. -
rill spend the weekend 'with her Mr. and Mrs. W. H. NoRman

mother. Mrs. Lola Johnson in ,were ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. u: '
Ocala.] Boyd in St. Petersburg on Sundayard ?titEB

HORSEAGING: John Faulkner of Jacksonvillewas were irr Sebring on business FL-:.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Monday. '

Faulkner on Monday.Mr. Friends will regret to learn that J 81G 17.6 sq.ft.
and Mrs. J. P. Dill will be Dr. W. E. Middleton fell at his Fri., Sat. '- March 27, 28 ef shtlf area

i!spending the Easter weekend with home last Friday and.is now seriously Tension at Table Rock:
j their son-in-law and daughter. =
I ill in Bradford County IN TECHNICOLOR :
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix. Jr. Hospital. _
Lana Nolan
Turner LJoyd
in Statesboro Ga. Mrs. Maidee White and son.
Robert Ghames of Starke is a Bobby White, and guest Mrs. ANDPeyton -
medical patient at Doctor's Hos- Hambrick and Mr. and Mrs. Place -

P.U1. Frank Barker were Jn Lake City Pros Sf ilil Chapter ?w. 12, aM 'a'lily-s-at
RORIDA'S ONLY PARI-MUTUEl John Godwin has been spend- last Thursday visiting Mrs. Ida Cartoon for Children. BIG 10.1 cu.ft.capacity
ing the past two weeks with his Barker and whilq there visited

t HARNESS & QUARTER brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Stephen Foster Memorial at SUN., :lIONTUES..
HORSE TRACKPONCE Mrs. E. H. Register in Miami
White Springs. 'i
) Marth 29, 30, 31
) while Mr. Register underwent J
Model 8EB11
surgery. Free Cancer Movie This Happy FeelingDebbie -

DE LEON L Mrs. 'Barney McRae returned Reynolds! Curt Jorgens,,
nome Sunday from a month's To Be Shown and John Saxon S DEEP DOOR SHaVES FOR TAll BOTTLES. BIG VALUE

visit in Miami with Mr. and Mrs. This Weekend ANDC'OWBOY BUTTER BIN WITH SERVER.
McRae, Jr. and family. The junior

McRaes leturned home with her A" free movie, "Never Alone" STURDY STEEL SHELVES. .
for a week's visit with their par- will be shown at the Florida With Glenn Ford $
at d
9 RACES NIGHTLY Y_EXCEPT SUNDAYS ents here and in Lake City. Theatre Friday' and Saturday Mar. Plus Cartoon S FUlt-WIDTH CRISPER. -

1 Bruce L. Davis Jr. of Jacksonville 27 and 28, at 10 a.m. >
POST TIME 8:15 p. M. Special Arrangements Dinner Parties was visiting his uncle and The ,film i is sponsored toy the Wed., Thur. April 1, 2 OfliWINKLER I Y
DAILY DOUBLE & Group Telephone aunt .Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Bradford County Cancer Societyand Fort BowieBen FOR
Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, local
QUINIELAS AMherst 8-2441 on Johnson. Jan Harrison and
Thomas Paton of East Orange. chairman said, "This movie 18
i I N J. is spending the weekend suitable for men. women and childien. Kent Taylor

PONCE DE LEON RACEWAY_ with his parents; Mr. and Mrs. In fact it should be seen AND ELECTRIC E SERVICE E

_. 17 ML So. cf Jockjwmllelor David Paton. by every member of every family." HOT SPELL
rd. Florida The film win be shown for colored -
'. Miss Maureen Hal all of Rad- Shirley Booth, Anthony Quinn
General Admission .50 cliffe College. Cambridge. :Mass.is : citizens at the Reno Tbeatrc Phone WO 4-4081 '
) Plm Cartoon 234 N. Temple Ave. Starke. Fla.
,. iSorfy( No.Mmon
1 .9 spending a week with her aunt. Saturday and Sunday nights at

Mrs. Robert Halsall. 7:50. i


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'Bugs'n Middle Of Sampson Lake Occupational I Pipeline Tunnels Under HighwayRain Woods Fires Held Revival Starts In last CORRECTION week's issue it was

License DriveA To Low MarkIn
Sunday, April 5 Mated that Dr. J. E. Denmark and

Turn Out To Be Wet FishermenA dnve to collect unpaid occupational and mud failed to stop Second scene shows boring ma- Bradford CountyWoods At JohnstownRevival Jimmy McRae caught their big

licenses will be started this Manck Construction Co. crew chine being fitted onto other end bass in Grandin Lake. We are

I bored of the casing.In fires have been held to services will start at I informed that this was an error
wet and cold, but thankful to the east side of the lake.A April 1, according to City ClerK Last Sunday as they busily
party of five men and a small fire was built to dry out and : Carl Johns. i tunnels under State Roads 16 third photo entire assem- a minimum in Bradford County Johnstown Baptist Church Sun- on the part of our reporting and

rescued from Sampson warm up the group and they were and 225 for the natural gas lateral bly is being lowered into eight I this year due to the wet season day, April 5th and continue that the fish were caught in Hall .
boy were Licenses to do business in the
Lake last Saturday after mishaps transported by the colored coupletc i city are due Oct. 1 and a delinquent line to Jacksonville. The tunnels i foot deep ditch at edge of highway and control efforts of the new through Sunday. April 12. Rev.: Lake.

that overturned their boats. their cars cn the west side of penalty of 20 per cent is 1!!permit the pipeline to pass under right of way. It takes from Forest Fire Prevention umt. Emanuel J. Morris of Calvary I

The five men Starke Council the lake. Both boats were salvaged :; added to those not paid toy lec. I; without disturbing the highway four to five hours to get ma- Only one fire witn IA: acres, Baptist Church Jacksonville will | ing day cf the revival. Sunday.

the next morning. I surface.At chinery set-up for the job and I burned was reported during the preach. | Apr. 5.The .
Chairman T. C. Hazen Jr, Will Term of the license runs I
Blackburn Tommy and Bobby ;i Sept. 30. 1959. left a worker is seen guidingthe only 30 minutes for the actual I past week. Since Jan. 1 there Rev. D. A. Greek pastor of the Johnstown church Is located -

HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe boring operation. : have been 18 fires with a total of I church, announces that dinner on between Raiford and Lake
Edwards, and Kenneth Russ, accompanied end piece of a mammoth auger .
Fourth shot shows giant Hu- I 100 acres burned. Last year, during the grounds will be held on open- Butler.

by three-year-old fishing from Lar-two following patients were admitted FFA Chapters : into 20-inch casing during ber, its part of the job finished, i the same period there were I -- -
ry Edwards to Bradford County Hospital I chinery setup for the job and moving off through the bog that ; 77 fires and 495.3 acres burned.
late Saturday afternoon Plan Banquet Sell It Rent It
boats when boat was swamped in during last week: I operation. almost engulfs its tracks. The cOIL ty's three fire towers Trade IiWITH

one Juanita Faye Pearsall of Hamp- Plans for the annual FKA banquet reported an average' of 3.01 inchesof

the heavy weather. The second ton. Henry Morgan Richarde of I' to be held April 24 were discussed rain from Tuesday. March IT,

.. beat take capsized the others also aboard.A while. tryingto Raiford, Gloria Jean Winters of i.j at the regular meeting on Sunrise ServiceAt Tax ReceiptsAre through :Monday, March %3. So A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

1 far this the three towers have
FJorahome John Benny Bradley: March 18. Officers of the two year .

Negro couple Phillip and of Lawtey, Christine Alice Thrift,j$| chapters held an executive meet- StadiumThe ClimbingTo reported an average of 2Utt( 20 WORD OR IES, One I.aer11.Mi.Ir..r<< Charge) __ jf.

Lila Alexander, also on the lake Margaret Owen JacKson, Sandra I]i I ing to decide what parts the boys, inches of rain since Jan. 1. EACH ADDITION WORD O\F.R 20 __.-_____ ____ 4* hr W.r4

some distance away", saw what Cerese Crouch of Melrose, Alice i i[ Would have on the banquet pro- annual Easter Sunrise. New HighTax Totals by months are as follows: 20: % Di icor>T oRKPET INSERTIONS SAME AD
of I
like bunch
looked to them a
Geneva Green of Lawtey, Charles gram. January, 3.93 inches: ; February Me ADDITIONAL FOCI BLIND AD OR AD :NOT PAID VI ADVA!' CE.
little bugs" in the middle of the Service will be held at 6 a. m. 5.14 inches and the first 23
Monroe Dennison of Hampton, The FFA was in charge of the receipts are rapidly climbing ; daysof I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __ ___, 'IJ5 Per lack
nn Tint
lake. They went to investigate<< I Sunday in Bradford High School :March, 11.69 inches. Insert
Martha Jean Barry, Marie Brownof I ttJM PER INCH FOR !H MB AD REPEATED ONE
School Tues-
High PTA program j to an all-time high in Brad OR MORE TIMES
but their 14-foot boat with kicker Brooker. and Roberta Whitfield Stadium. The message will be

could not take aboard what Scigler of Raiford. day night. March 18.! Those taking brought by Rev. J. H. Mabry of ford County according to Tax I Teen Time CARDS OF THANK n'. T. BO Word) ----y- ISM
John I Collector J. R. Kelly. 0\ER 50 "WORD 4 Ce.
totaled A. HII- the
now seven persons. One part were Shadd. Madison Street Baptist n- ------- ta Per Ward
of the men "pitched" little Larry Also: Dr. W. E. Middleton '' Church. Collections i Will Be Elected I-
ly Dampier and Lt. Hitch Green. on real estate, personal II W.WOHIU. AND RE OM'TIOMI .
I -- -- -- 4 r+... pee
Gainesville w.ed
Hazel Louise Pons of ,
who was riding atop the over- The chapter memoers wish to I! Special music will be providedby I. property and intangibles
turned boat to Lila. The Bessie Faye Mullins of Melrose Saturday Night Now The ultimate In 600
men express their sincere thanks to the BHS Band. reached 231730.84 by the end of KEROSENE ENGRAVED business prestige.

then held on to the sides of the Olga Viola Griffis Harry C. Stal- those who gave their support to The noon-day Holy Week serv- February. The 1958 tax roll shows Officers for the newly organized I SMOKELESS ODORLESS I price includes plate Never cards before I)9S,

Alexander boat and were towed lings of Waldo Doris Adams. Gar- the boys in the recent FFA Steer ices will come to a close on Good 299369.26 due on a total evalu- Teen Time will be elected at Sat engraving Bradford at County this low price.

net Muriel Rush Bryan B. Sar I Show and Sale. Friday with the final message by ation of 10716944. Kelly said urday night's get-together in the; 15.9 Per Gal Telegraph tf

: -Leaton Mathew, Reporter Rev. Don Kokomoor and music this figure does not allow for the USO. I
W. C. T. J. gent of Keystone Heights Mabel AT YOUR IMPERIAL RI'1IT "EW
by the First Presbyterian Church discounts that were given to early Voted on at this time will bea
L. Kummer of Keystone Heights. .
HIGHLAND REVIVAL choir.} taxpayers during the Novemberto chairman vice chairman secre SERVICE STATION are the oily Realtor la Bradford
Ann W.- Godwin. Phillip E. Bax- I tr M-lllnjt .. hoMe.
XENOPHON IN 300 B. C.: March In '.r"",
period or for the pen- two I !
l of Doctor Inlet Eleanor Lyons The services are sponsored by tary-treasurer. representatives Hiway 301 North Slarke Mncr 19 33 *>e hate ..*ld 85: of Ikeee
Ipy ; -
TEMPERANCE MEANS FIRST The Highland Baptist Church alties nor discounts that will be in from each grade 9 through 12, new home \Ve have 4 0' the*
MODERATION and Charles Luther Dinkins. the Starke Ministerial Association. siew b...... for vale .
IN HEALTHFUL I will observe its annual Home- effect during 'March. and one representative from the .ft. There l.
a ftafUrnclloa
and .
a pride !
INDULGENCE: AND SECONDLY Colored admissions were: Par- coming Day on Sunday March 29, .. bylK
BANK HOLIDAY "Because of the discounts and fcth grade. +f J r haws mew aad being the flr.(
ABSTINENCE FROM line O. Hayes of Putnam Hall with morning and afternoon serv- penalties it is impossible to say Recreation Director Bob Ben .ttmmtm. .crspy It. !'9 ace lh.*.e .lce ew

THINGS DANGERO.ITS, AS THE Pearlie Mae Simmons of Gainesville ices. Lunch will be served on the The reminds FISHSHRIMP tdar. Pick ..t .ae and let
Community State Bank of just what the final figures will ner eligible young people we flf r.n the prim aid tern.

USE OF INTOXICATING ) Susie Mae Williams of Putnam church grounds. Neighboring Starke and the Florida Bank at be when all monies for the year that admission to Teen Time is t>y Why wake a ea.it.l I." "'.to.t !.

WINES. I: Hall Ike Randall Ollie churches former pastors mem- Starke will not be open for busi- are in," Kelly said, "but the evaluation i membership card only. Cards will OYSTERS a large I.d.w.year..)h.....1..1....Keep where J.mtntoaey It

(NATIONAL VOICE.) Lcndon of !Hawthorne and Jack I bers and friends of the churchare rtss on Good Friday March 27, and assessment figures are! be on sale at the door? Saturday Fish Dressed If Desired mill make yes more money a.d bay

Holmes of Melrose. cordially invited. legal ,.ur new home with" a little dn.
a holiday in Florida. the'highest ever. night. ..L Prevatt Fish Market and mvatbly payment Ilk. real

1+ There are sq better ...... tban
617 E. Brownlee St. ..1' bme sad they are ....

Your Community Calendar of Da tea well be presented monthly as a public service by Ph. WO 9-1091 r .t..I. THOM48 REALTOR
205 Temple Ate.
I Tel. WO 4-5791

APRIL' Local Finance Co. Clip the Calendar and use blank spaces to list dates to be remem WE HAVE a new loan program..for
farmers. Loans ol I to S year I I (
bered. for the entire credit requirements CITRUS bearing sizes container
Organizations are invited to Calendar for grown Also
use listings. of the farmer and his fam- Plum Garner Apple-
ily. Gainesville Production Credit! Pear Hood and Nah>win, Fig
Association, CO a,)rth Main. Grapevines, Persimmons, etc. Ever
SUN-DA Y MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Gainesville.: Fla. tfch greens. Shade Tr Camellias., over
SATURDAY 4uOarieties. Azala(, fine plants
RADIOS REPAIRED full of bud and bloom. See our
1 2 3 All Hake AU Hedeteleaa plants for quality. We are located
4 .aable Charge guaranteed 11 miles east of Keystone Heightson
MIKPHKRtrS RADIO Jt TV* Hi way 100. Thousands of plants.
ROTARY CLUB lama* Gr.... Owner -O. C. Carnes Nursery Phone MU .
SI6 W. Call M. Phone WO4-.tflMarke. 4-4235. Florahome. 1.1* tf \
Each 'Vednesday Fla.
12:15 LIONS CLUB GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding If Washing )Machines now at DAHMKK'S ..
GO Each Thursday EVERY SATURDAY vitatiotrs with double envelopes 10v tfchg
for $21.95. Bradford .
,.. { Cour r Tele-
7:30 P.M. 4 :30 P.M. USO 'eranh. tf For cabinets bookcases' boats el...
I made to order. See G. I.
U. D. C. I FOR RENT Furnished
first floor aH N. Cherry SU Starke, Fla.
apartments. Close in desirable location. Phnn.0
3:00 P.M. All Conveniences. W. H.Nollman. 4-5134 alp 4-lt
... 228 W. M.dson SL tfchg

llonne mad lake frost lot HI.II' ...
.s -
5 6 8 9 LAKE GENEVA I....... 110,730.twf.:
7 10. -il 11

:.Q3 Templet.. Tel. WO "- 1e1
Large Lots High Dry and
Beautiful FOR SALE-An established going
8:00: P.ai. part time business in and
TO .. $15 MONTH: FREE LAUNDRY Keystone. Ideal work for student
SCHOOL PT A. ; .r retired teacher. Phone J702 for
Large. Clean Wash Room.DRI"EIX ? particulars
2t 1 :
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bath tubs, comodes. lavatories, tal>- 4tp 4.'

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LEGION can be bought at big !savings. Need
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CHURCH room for other material. '
work per wtfk. Ideal
setup for roared -
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Mary K. Schaeffer GRANDIN YF : II. Breyforfe, Minister
fI I f Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m.
By Joyce Rotbbammer Morning Prayer and Sermon,
Woman's Club Fashion Show Junior Woman's Club. I By DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA }' a I Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.

Wednesday evening, March 18, At the close of the program, 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m.

Mrs. Cook thanked everyone who Mr. and Mrs. Holy Communion each first
the Woman's Club was the scene Kirby Simmonsof A. sun-I Confessions before all Masses.
had participated in making the I The first cottage prayer meeting 4 day. Parish Supper each
of a beautiful affair, as the Wo- I II i 1I Fayetteville, North Carolina Baptisms, marrtaees and In-
man's Club of Keystone Heights tvening such a success. Stores I II I I I Visited Mr. Simmons' brother and I for (he revival which will begin Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. i structions by appoint mem c.

of vhich furnished the clothing were i! sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. It. K Easter Sunday at Paran Baptist I
put on its Easter Parade Show
I Geiger's and Fagans Bootery of I! Simmons last I
Fashions. The auditorium was week. i Chuich. was held Saturday [+ COMMUNITY: : CHURCH OF
Gainesville and The Fashion Shop 'I I
Mr. and Mrs. R. Cason recently I
beautifully] decorated with flowers I at the home of Talmadge L. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS tot
crd greenery, and was filled to and the French Bootery, of Pa- Shrine Minstrel visited their daughter, Mrs. C. L. 95Ct666

the last available chair. A ramp iatka. j I In Keystone Park (Harris, in Welaka. II Drake. :' Dr Albert C. Holt, MinisterDr.
Tree :Movie To I Ray Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark 6Ma
had been built from the stage into Be Shown who attends college I '
the auditorium so that a better Thursday evening, at 7:30, the I!| Friday Night : in Cochran, Georgia, is home 'and daughter Kathy, of Bardin vS yy w.<. James D. Pait. Organist,

view of the models might be had Woman's Club of Keystone j between semesters, and is staying called on Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. ; Choir Director. :
The Keystone Heights City Park I with his I :Services:) : Church School S ::43;
by the audience. The first part Heights will entertain with free j parents Mr. and Mrs. Alma Clark, last week.
will be the for fun-lovers a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
of the program was a song, "The movies at the Club House auditorium ; Ralph Mathews. Mrs. Sue Sibley of Florahomeand _
Easter: Parade", as sung by tiny Everyone: is invited. There |i in the area this Friday night i Mrs Dorothy Scully and sons. her sister attended Paran
when Morocco Temple of Jacksonville Bob and John and Mrs. Ralph
will be two hours of j ,
Margaret LaMee and Billy O'Con- good enter- Baptist Church in Grandin last
presents its famed Shrine Pearsall visited friends in Melrose
tainment. Did you attend the. I Sundav ATTRACTIVE MASONRY
nor.The Minstrel under sponsorship of the last week. Everyone will be nap- evening.
Open House at the Wcman's ,
second portion of the pro- Club? If so. you might see your- trellita Club. I j I I, py to know that they plan to move Mr. :ana Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson Keystone Baptists 2 Bedrooms, Dining Area. Living Room, Kitchen. Tile

Eram was the modeling 01 bath- self on the screen, because movies I| A large stage will be erected in I back to Melrose soon. called on Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schedule Revival Rath. Hardwood Floors Floor Furnace, Lots of stor-

ing suits, suits, dresses, evening or both the Open House and the the park for this performance I Mr. and Mrs. Dean Crouch became Osteen tf Hollister last Sunday.Mr. age, Carport. Three years old. Centrally located in
wear, and night wear. Most of the 1 i proud parents to a baby son, and Mrs. Perry and daugh- Starting April 5 i
Fashion Show will be shown, as and in case of bad weather, the II I town, near shopping doctors beach, and churches.
models were from Keystone 'Thursday. March 19. The baby ter. Carolyn of Lake I
well as some community-sing type snow will be presented under can- > spent .
Heights, with a few from Gainesville films which promise to be a lot vas. This is one of the outstanding '| was born in the Bradford Co.,Thursday: evening with their son- Dr. O. L. Walker will be the Financing arranged. Far above average, on well landscaped

and Melrose. Following this Hospital and weighed 8 pounds. in-law and daughter. Mr. and evangelist at the revival lot.
of fun. This is one way for theWoman's amateur minstrels in the I beginning -j
part of the program there was a The maternal grandparents are Mrs. Robert Ridgeway of Grandin.
Club to show the general country, and the people of Keystone at the First Baptist Churchof
short intermission, during which public that its support is ap- Heights and area are fortunate Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hinnant. Mrs. H. Walton Bishop of Keystone Heights April 5. ac- S. E. MCK Y REALTOR

time Mrs. Eloise Cook, General preciated. in obtaining the showing. Dr. Garfield Evans spoke and Gainesville! spent last Wednesday i 1t cording to an announcement made ,

Chairman drawings of the for show the door, conductedthe prizes. I. Roberta Sibley Is Easter Queen Proceeds from the minstrel will showed films on Cuba Sundayught visiting relatives in Grandin. I by pastor J. R. Smith. The revival Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-1151-4209

Thursday evening, March 19, be used to help complete the new at the Methodist Church, Funeral services for Miss Eva 'Mill continue each evening at 8 "
Tickets were drawn by Mrs. Edith
following a 6 o'clock covered dish '
Thornquist.The the Seventh Grade Class of Keystone Masonic Temple in Keystone Scott of Grandin at Paran V. m., thiough April 12.
Fellowship Supper
Heights School having outgrown Heights.It Church were attended by many Dr. Walker who teaches Religion I
last of the show Bessie Circle Meets
part wasa Tyler
Easter Egg Hunts, held an is expected that the Shrinerswill relatives and friends from Gain-
at Stetson is well known
wedding party, including the The Bessie Tyler Circle of the ,
Easter; Party at the Episcopal bring uniformed units to esville, Jacksonville Ocala and
mother of the bride, the motherof Melrose Methodist Church met in this area, having formerly ser
Parish House. The Hall was beautifully make appearances in Keystoneand I I Tampa. TAKING CHANCES!
ved as pastor of the church.
the groom ushers, several recently in the Educational Build-
decorated with crepe paper other towns in the area dur- Mrs. John F. Herring Sr. returned -
bridesmaids, the maid of honor, ing with Mrs. L. O. Baldwin in Dr. Ralph Copeland will be director S TOP
and odd shaped balloons. Despitethe ing the day to advertise the show. last Thursday from
Douglas. of music and Bill Spauldingwill
ard of course, the bride and charge of the devotional program.
groom. bad weather, there was good Preliminary arrangements are being Mrs. Robert Carr and :Mrs. Bill I! Ga. where she had spent two act as song leader and director Take Advantage of These
attendance. handled by the Keystone- weeks with her son-in-law and
I .
congregational singing.LEE'S
Commentator for the showingof Adams were in charge of the social -
Starke Scottish Rite Club and
Winners of the slow dancing daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
the clothing was Mrs. Archi- Melrose hour following the meeting.
Lodge No. 89.
contest Hill Clough.
were Lamar and Lin- LTERWILLEGAR
bald Robinson. Mrs. Maude Wat- to Girl Scouts Sell Cookies
Tickets for the donation
da Hill. David Schaeffer and Re- $1 David Rye spent last weekendin
kins, President of the Woman's the Mascnic Building Fund are The Girl Scouts will wind up DRIVE-IN
ha Hall
Club, and Mrs. Charles Wallenius v on "Bop" prize. available from members of the their three weeks of cookie selling Palatka with his grandmother

Vice President, were hostesses, The climax of the evening was sponsoring organizations, and are Saturday with a cookie sale at the Mrs. Minnie Rye. THEATREPhone

greeting everyone at the door. the crowning of the Easter also on sale at most businesses in Post Office. Though they had SPECIALS
Queen, Rcberta Sibley. The King, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4113
Ushers were Mrs. Janet Akridge Keystone, as well as at the door planned to sell cookies for only
end Mrs. Muriel Bennett, of the chosen! by the queen, was Tommy Friday night. two weeks, the downpour last KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLAJ. Keystone Heights, Fla. .
Gardner. The boys and girls enjoyed -
week prevented them selling many
refreshments of Cokes, potato by Mrs Lindsey Walker. Once last week, so you still have time R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn Inspect Linings, Pack ....
Copeland, Minister of Music and Thur. Fri. Mar 26 27 .
Health FactsIrritation chips and cookies. Chaper- :more the boys and girls boarded to buy some. church organist. Wheel Bearings Adjust 98 C

ones for the evening were Mrs. their unusual means of transportation Part of the proceeds from this Services: Sunday School, 9:45 BULL WHIP I Brakes Any Car -
O L. Linsin I"Mrs.. Ducky", Mrs. and were taken to Starke, sale will go to the scout troop partto a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

reduces function of the nervous system Dovie Sibiey, and Coach and Mrs. Kingsley Lake, and back to Keystone all types of camping, and part Training Union 6:45: p. m. Even- Guy Madison, Rhonda
of the organs involved Carl Duncan. on SR 21 again. A good to the administrative costs.
I ing services 7:30
p. m. FlemingSat. Align Front End any
thus loweringvitality and Eighth Graders Take Hay Ride time was had by all, and the classis These girls have set a goal of Training Union
7 p. m. Evening Ford 1951 ,
rcsistmrc to infection. Last Saturday evening, the grateful to Mr. Pangborn who 46 boxes a piece. Let's help them services 8 111 or
p. m. ., Sun. Mar. 28, 29
Eighth Graders of Keystone Up --------
furnished the truck and gas and attain. this goal. --------
Cold and flu respond very rap- An Easter musical "The Mes-
Heights School had a Hay Ride of course the hay. Chaperoneswere Woman's Club Presents
Idly to spinal adjustments.You ROCKABY BABY
for their Easter party. The group the new intern teacher, Mrs. Fashion Show sage From The Cross" will be

can save time, money and met at the Episcopal Parish Pace, and her. husband. Mrs. Earl Hayner was chosen given by .the choir Sunday even- Jerry Lewis, Marilyn rffour Authorized Ford Dealer
suffering' : if you see your Chiropractor House at 6:30: where they enjoyed Dr. Tilley Addresses PTA winner in the General Federationof ing at 5 o'clock. Maxwell

first.CO'DSuItation. dancing for about a half hour, The regular meeting of the Women's Club fashion sewing Make worship a family affair. .

until their "chauffeur", Don Keystone Heights PTA was heldon contest held Friday night at the . -. .
without obligation. Pangborn called for them with his Thursday, March 19, in the Parish House. ... -" '

Phone or Visit the truck-load of hay. They rode firstto School: Auditorium. President The contest is held in cooperation -

DR. H. G. BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Melrose, and then took a back Gene Williams opened the meeting with Vogue Pattern Service
OFFICES road: from Grandin to SR 21 by calling on Rev. J. R. Smithto and the Woman's Club Service '

north of Keystone and from thereto I lead the assembly in prayer.It Bureau. Local winners will com- REDFEARN'SEASTER

728 E. University, Ave. the home of Billy Carnes, was decided that the PTA sup- pete in the district contest, with

r Gainesville, Phone 6-3238 where they enjoyed roasting hot port the Summer Recreation Pro- these winners competing in the

dogs and marshmallows. Billy's gram, and Everett Fox was appointed state contests. The state winners

426 N. Walnut St. mother, Mrs. Carl Carnes, was as representative.The will compete for national honors

Starke Phone WO 4-2881 assisted in caring for the guests PTA will have a pie and with the grand prize being a 3-

cake booth at the Clay Co-op Annual .week trip to Paris and London for

meeting, and all membersare i two. plus a trip to the 1959 SPECIALHOTPOINT

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's asked to donate goods to be GFWC Convention. I

sold. Judges for .the contest were
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Mrs. Juanita Belote suggestedthat Miss Agnes Borgia, from the art 1 I l

all school children be issued Department of the U of F; Miss
'cog-tags" bearing name, ad- Eleanor Crom, Society editor of -

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner dress, religion, and blood type, I the Gainesville Sun; Mrs. Elizabeth a
and as an alternate, that the I i Ahrano, Assistant home demonstration -

minimum precaution should be agent for Alachua

that they are all blood-typed. county. I 95

Costs etc. will be investigated and Other contestants were Mrs. C.
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY reported at the next meeting.Mr. L. Bass, Miss Iva Hillyer, Mrs. Only With

Sharp, the new teacher I((Fred Tate Mason, Miss Bessie
was introduced, and also the two Rutherford, Mrs. Matthias Schro-I Trade

r.cw interning teachers :Mrs. Pace der, Mrs. R. F. Simmons, and Mrs.i

Day Phone Nite Phone and Mrs. Meinke. Allen Graham. i
4351 2582 The principal speaker was Dr. While the judges examined the;

B. R. Tilley, president of St. garments a musicale, under the i TERMS AS LOW AS 1.75 PER WEEK! :
John's River College. He spoke on direction of Mrs. Evelyn Zoph, :; : : \
effect of Elementary Educationor music director at Melrose High, :" t.

progress at the college level. and Mrs. Florence Janes was 10 Lb. Capacity for Big Family-Size Washes! 'r: ":. ../
Complete Line of Home Heating Equipment in North Dr. Tilley pointed out the needto presented. -

develop the elementary principles Leading off the musicale was Partial Load Control Enables You To Do Smaller #
Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First
Size Washes s!
; of Education in order to attain Miss Gayle Cross who played "If Economically

college achievement.Bake I Loved You" on the piano. A
Sale AnnouncementThe WocdwinC: Ensemble composed of I % All Porcelain Inside And Out, Protects Against

Home Demonstration Club Misses Margaret Slade and Elaine. Rust, Stain, Corrosion!

will hold a Bake Sale at the Post Samson playing the flute and Ellen -
Co-Axial Mechanism With 5 Year WrittenVar
1i Office on Saturday morning, April Scott playing the clarinet offered -

18, starting about 8 p. m. Thisis three selections, "Gypsy ranty!

mentioned for the benefit of Sweetheart 'Stranger In Para-
IIII other organizations who may be dise", and "My Wild Irish Rose." *" Smooth, Quiet Transmission, Completely Sealed, .

f fanning! a similar activity, and Mrs. Jeanie Bass, accompaniedat Permanently Lubricated!

do not want coinciding dates. the piano by her sister. Miss
( /
New Square Dancing Margaret Slade, sang two solos DON'T MISS THIS
t" Class To StartWednesday "My Happiness" and "Smoke Gets'
Y ,
evening March 25, in Your Eyes""MayTime I'

a new class in Square Dancingwill Waltz", a piano: .... HOTPOINTP1
be started for the benefit of duo was played by Misses Connie

those who are interested but did- King and Betty Jean Cross. I.

n't get in the first class. Steven Ashley, playing the' :: COLOR CARAVAN

The new class will be held at drums, and Mark Gaboardi and
1 the same location as before, in Danney Pridgeon playing guitars, :k..4: .t AT REDFEARN'SALL

i It .the Wiggins Building, in the sec- stole\ the show as they livened up

tion formerly occupied by the the pace with "E Boogie" and "In ; DAY FRIDAY
t+ 'Five and Ten Cent Store. Class the Moo ", and "Steel Guitar

will begin at 8 and continue until Rag." That these boys did a wonderful -. MARCH 27
1 10:30. job was apparent by the : -

Silver Tea Enjoyable Affair wild applause of the audience..
Thursday afternoon March 19, The crowd begged for more and -
the Women of the Community the boys obliged after the others WE MEET ALL ADVERTISED PRICES
...to. Church held their Annual Silver had finished their selections. The

Tea, at 2 o'clock m the Educational group played and Danny sang '
NOW Bank something
-- reg Building. Entertainmentwas "City Lights."

ularly -- every pay day! furnished by CoL and Mrs. Carol Hurst played "Noon

Jacob R. Moon, who sang folk Mist", and was followed by Miss. REDFEARN'S"Where "

j THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA songs and Negro Spirituals with Susan Bass, who sang "Younger
Mrs. Moon playing her guitar. Than Springtime", accompaniedat

Mrs. Moon had an unusual and the piano by Mrs. Janes. Con-

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community unusually old harp, upon which rie May Fonny Duval did a piano Service Assured"

she played several solos. solo. "Curious Story" and followed -
Keystone Heights, Fla.
Mrs. W. J. Grolick was General it up with a duet, with 'Mrs.

Member F.D.I.C. Chairman of the, affair and she I Janes "Tumble-Town Water- Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

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Co-op Meeting for the purpose of attend sen-ices in Starke, at St. '
and Mis.
KEYSTONE Mrs. Emery Cooper Mrs. Carl .Mr. Ralph School News *
helping blind children. They sold I,, Edward's. On Thursday and Friday Piper and Mrs. Mary Smuski droveto born Monday March 16,rearsan'l MELROSELAAAU.lALU4.aaAJAAtaaaU _

HIGHLIGHTS light bulbs for the benefit of I I[I I evenings there will be Massat : Jacksonville on Thursday, Bradford County Hospital Starke I THERESSABy Thursday night the 1"". H. A. ',

local children, and brooms for St. Edward's in Starke at 5:30 held a meeting. They discussed
and a daughter for Mr. ,
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attend Augustine -
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[Continued from Page One] School in St. Augustine.Bud willbeat8p.m. Women, which was held at the March 6, at Bradford. County Hospital mothers of the F. H. A. girls.
Frank Harris next fall. The Melrose High Girls They set April 11th as the date
Anthcny and The covered Dish Supper Bishop Kenny High School. in Starke.

wishes to thank all those who are checking into a plan to v'ill be held on Monday evening. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and. Mrs. M. L. Watterson A large crowd attended the Quartet: Susan Bass. Ilene for the buffet.

made It a success, including her tend discarded eye glasses to a April 7.Comnr.uii'y. Kdward;; Thiele were Mr. and Mrs. and J. W. Bedenbaugh drove to benefit supper at the Community Strickland Reba Games and Dot I The 4-H held a meeting Wed-

Co-Chainnan Mrs. David Nelson; central location for the benefitof : House last Saturday night. Approximately Price sang "Now and For Always". nesday. They made last minute
.. Church News Almond!: Quick. Riley Churchill,. 1'1entonand, Fannm Springs, Sun-
Miss Cleva plans! for county council meeting
Chairman, --- q
Program the poor. and Joseph Bennett. Mr. Churchill $135 was cleared, and renewed\ by Maxine Jones with a
Community Church
parishoners "
Carson; Reservations Chairman, Corbett Terrell will representthe are grateful to Raymond C. r.nd Mr. Bennett were enroute to Hay.Mr.. and Mrs. George Saxon .many 'of those attending this piano solo "Deep River". The en Friday.

Mrs. R. N. Sunderland; Decora-; Lion's Club on the Junior Deitz of Penney Farms for su- Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Quick expect and Holland Payne were Jackson- event said it was the"best chicken final piano selection was a duet HAPPY EASTER.

tions Chairman Mrs. Frank II- Baseball Committee this summer.It plying the pulpit on Palm Sun to be back in Keystone thIS,tike visitors overnight Friday of pilau and fish they had eaten. by Maxine and Margaret Royster. TRINITY EPISCOPAL

pen; Food Chairman, Mrs. R. A. looks as though the town hasa day morning. Dr. Holt, the pastorwas weekend in time to attend the :P.6t ,,'eekwith- Mrs. Inez Alford Our thanks go to the Elrod FUrn- "Carnival Time." CHURCH MELROSE

Gaunt; Serving Chairman. Mrs. good Summer Recreation Program holding a Pre-Easter meetingthis Shriners' Ministrel. and son.:: While there Mr. and iture Co. and Eagle's Dept. Store "Bi* Blow-Up- Success M. II. Br yro lr. Minister

Charles McGlave;and Guest Miss Books Ruth, well under way. week: at the First Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Charles Radimer Mrs. Saxon whose birthdays are for their donations of door prizes, 'The Big Blow-Lp" the senior Sunday School, 8:45 a. m.
Mrs. Alma Frost
Campbell was The Club is sorry to lose Lion Church in Lancaster S. Carolina. of Ocean Grove N. J, visited the March 20 and 21, were honored and to the Community State play presented Saturi i y night, 11:15. Episcopal Young People,

Ohlson. Mrs. Libby Bill; Dermody, who has moved to This was planned last fall priorto Bill Simerals last Wednesday.The with a birthday dinner Friday Bank for the notice of the supper was successful. The High School Morning Prayer and Sermon

in charge of the nursery. I Archer. Dr. Holt's appointment to the two couples spent the day at evening. Mrs. Alford and son re- and to the many others that donated auditorium was nearly filled. The 7:30 p. m. Hcly Communion each

Chamber Of Commerce News j Rotary Notes Community Church. St. Augustine and because of the turned to Hampton with them pies and cakes and assisted Ji students turned in a fine per- first Sunday.

The Chamber of Commerce of Sam Gardner. assistant em- Remember there will be two weather they brought their picnic Saturday and stayed until Sun- i.in cooking and serving. We now -

Keystone Heights started its r-lcyee Relations Supervisor with .have enough money on hand to
worship services on Easter Sun- lunch back to eat at the Simeral, day.Sun That Our BU8inp- t,
membership drive last week. Mrs. the E. I. DuPont de Nemours Co.. h.)me. On Thursday, the Simerals I !:,, guests at the home of go ahead with improvements to
day; one at 9 a. m. and another
Daurer, secretary, obtained four- the guest speaker at Rotary Mr. amid Mrs. included the Community House. t
juas tt 11 a. m. Dr. Holt will conduct were the guests of the Radimer's{ George Saxon If It's Glass We Have It!
teen memberships among the first last Friday March 20. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwright
beth sei vices Music and sermons for dinner at the Park of the CALL WRITE or VISIT
fifteen people contacted. This Newly elected officers for the Palms. formerly cf Alabama and now of Jacksonville visited her parents -
rill be service.
different at each
presents a picture of renewed interest coming year are: Roy Watkins, + living in Starke. i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall
Easter to Mr. and Mrs. Basil
Bring offering Montaigne
your Peters
Joe Glass
..- in Chamber activities. president; Al Watson, vice president church next Sunday. The goal for ,of Jacksonville were Sunday visit- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meng and attended the supper last Sat- I

Meanwhile, however; Mrs. Daurer ; Ralph Crawford Secretaryand parents pf Paul and Francis Mengof urday.It .
this special Easter offering is ors cf Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simeralat
has come down with a case of Trearurer and Frank Wal- Hampton and Mrs. Paul Vas- is with regret that we report FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe
$1500 to for the their home on Lake Brooklyn.Mr. .
pay necessary
: flu but she will be back on the rath. Jr., Ed Conneen, Huntley ques and three daughters their :Mrs. Delaney Dickinson is ill and Design Modern Store Fronts
repairs and renovations to the and Mrs. William Few and
job this week Redfearn. Jr., and Red Strickland, fister, all of Toledo, Ohio, are in the hospital at Palatka. Just Mail] Us A Pattern for
parsonage, which were over andabove three boys will leave tomorrowfor
The Chamber is setting a high all, elected to the Board of Direct- the budget. Atlanta, to visit Mrs. Few'sbrothE'r visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. L. Packham spent the Table Tops

: members, Paul Meng and Mr. and Mrs. irekend with friends and attended -
goal gaining new
cis.All that Youth Fellowship meeting has and sister-in-law. Mr. Francis -Meng and their families. the revival at Walthour- 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4333
so that it may become an active, the hope and :Mrs. Aubrey Morris for a flay,
c functioning organization. cap- their president, Al Watson will been postponed from March 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Phil Studer spent rille, Ga., returning home with ,
and then they will to Roswell.Ga. .
3 at which time it will be go
April ,
.. able of promoting the interest of soon be back to conduct their Thursday in Jacksonville with Rev. Packham Sunday night.
., to visit Mrs. Few's parents
l'eld in the Educational Buildingat
: its members. meetings. Al has been hospitalized for the Easter weekend. her son end family Mr. and Mrs. They reported services were very
7:30 p. m. good and the campaign success- 1
Any civic-minded individualwho for surgery. Gene Frogge.

.. would like to become a mem- Rev. Bill Breyfogle; a new mem- A Spring Rally for Senior High Mrs. Sam Gardner and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bishop of ful. r

: ber is asked to contact Mrs. Dau- ber was ordained into the Priest- School students was held at Mary Lou. have returned Megan, Mich., spent the weekend Pat Bowers of Park of the

Camp Montgomery April 24 and from a trip to Charleston, W. Va. Palms conducted both services at I
uer Don Shackleford, or "Red"a hood of the Episcopal Church on with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall.

Strickland during the drive this Monday. Good wishes are in or- 25. where they visited Mrs. Gardner's Mrs. Bishop is a cousin of Mr. Hope Church last Sunday. We COLLIERCOUNTY

'. month. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris parents for a week. Hall. Mrs. L. A. Hall spent Thurs- always enjoying hearing him.

Due to increased attendance at der.Today I Thursday proved to were taken into the congregationby Father Cornelius Dougherty, day shopping in Jacksonville.EVERGREEN. -
]Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan, and Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. .
b' day. What with the letter of transfer Sunday,
the meetings a larger meeting ( a busy on were Mr. and
C. Lewis Sunday
Miss Anna din-
McCullough were
: place will be needed for future clay Elec. Annual meeting, the .March 15.Anyone ? yyyy..T..yyy..yyy., Seat
ner guests at the home of Mr. Mrs. Woodrow and family, Wayne County ,
w meetings. The new meeting place Rotarian also conducted an wishing to join the
... and Mrs. George Schaeffer on Stalnaker of Brooker Mr. and
will; be announced next week. Easter Ham Shoot. church or have Children baptized of I Everglades
and family
Monday evening prior to the Mrs. Paul Faulkner
:. Girl Scout News CHURCH NEWS please speak to the minister. Baptism ceremony of the Schaef- Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Mont
Girl Scout Troop No. 190. with lirst Baptist Church News: Orders for Memorial flowers for
fer's small daughter Martha By Stanley; Crawfordaaaaaa..4.ua.aa..aa. and son of Jacksonville
:I frs C. J. O'Connor as leader, will Easter Sunday, at 5 p. m. the Easter will Be! taken by Mrs. L). gomery
I Jane. Father Dougherty perform Beach.
meet at St. Anne's Parish House choir of the First Baptist Church O. Stewart and Mrs. Melba Ilgen. .. Joe Norman has returned alter
ed the and Mr. and
at 10 a. m., Monday March 30.]:will render the Sacred Cantata, 3*. Anne's Episcopal Church ceremony I }
Miss Yvonne Gaskins Ga.
of Jacksonville Ardell
Mrs. Morgan were godparents.HAMPTON. two weeks in I
for their trip to Ooldhead Branch IU i. "The Message From the Cross",
Monday March 23, the Rev. spent the weekend with i Carolyn Jones visited Nancy
State Park. Plans for this trip will by William C. MacFarlane.
,; Millard Hugh Breyfogle was .ordained .yy y yyyyyy..y\ her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Manni of Starke Wednesday night =-rOnce
be made at a short meeting Fri- There will be soloists and a
i I to the Sacred Order of the Gaskins. of last week.
is invited.
March 27. chrous. Everyone
day, large
I IBrounie Priesthood by the Rt. Rev. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gnffis Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis are i.
Troop No. 229 will not I The First Baptist Church has
Hamilton West, Bishop of Florida, spent Friday and Saturday in the proud parents of a son born
have a meeting this Friday: instead just completed installing a central
at the
in an impressive ceremony Jacksonville with his mother and 18.
they will take a trip to heating and cooling sytsem which Trinity Church in Melrose. Othermemtrs By Mn. D. r;. tlDIMrs. with their son-in-law and daughter. I Mar.Mr and Mrs. Eddie Norman called America's "Last Frontier," Collier -

Goldhead Branch State Park on i takes care of not only their sanctuary who of the Gordon County Florida's largest county now boasts
of the Clergy were AAA44A""AA laa.aaaaa/ Their grandson returned were dinner uests
Monday, March 30. They will but also the Educational also the distinction of being Florida's newest agricultural -
elso present included Rev. Curtis 1 1I hc.meith them for a visit. I family Sunday.
meet at 10:30 a. m., and return at Building. I II I Haines Represents Jones area. Commercial fishing cattle ranches,
I Fletcher, Rev. Bruce Lauenborg, Five women from Evergreen attended services are: Sunday
Union has just Hampton School At FEA and timber manufacturing and the Slate'sfirst
:30.: The girls will all take "nose- I The Training Banks at Wor- logging
and Rev. Pipes Jones. Jack a study course Lavvtey Morning
rag' lunches, and cook their des- I added two additional groups in Mrs. Elizabeth Haines repre- School 10 a. m.; producing oil field, are contributing to Collier -
a Seminarian classmate of the Or- Baptist Church last Tuesday. Training Union. I I
NP 11 m.; The Mysterious
a. economic
department, sented :; County's stability.
sert at the park. the Young People's Hampton
served the Bishop'sChaplain They were Mrs. Lillie :Morgan. services ,
dinand as and Evening Islands beckon to fishermen the world over.
6:30 m. 10,000
DON'T FORGET THE MINS- and the Sunday School has provided School at the Florida Education p.
Miss Mrs. Annie'
4 Dorothy Morgan, 7:30p.m. Everglades is the County Seat for this tropical
fiTREL SHOW TOMORROW additional space for four Association in Tampa on Thurs- Rosier Mrs. J. E. Norman and shell and earth
As is customary the offeringfor :=. paradise with its prehistoric I
NIGHT AT THE CITY PARK. more classes. this service was given to the day and Friday last week. The Mrs. Sybil Griffis. mounds. Each November. ,swarms of tourists pour
This will be entertainment St. William's Catholic Church pupils in her room were assignedto .
bang-up Priest to assist him in the Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Branch of into Naples for the famous Swamp Buggy Races.In

and is sponsored by the The Altar Society met in the new work to which he has been call- other classrooms during her Baldwin visited their grandmother WILLIAMS progressive Collier County, and throughout ,

Estrellita Club for the benefit of I Pastor's study Tuesday evening, absence. Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation -
Mrs! Jean Gaskins. Sunday
the Masonic Building Fund. March 17, at 7:30. Tentative plans ed. Library Books urchased works constantly to assure the sale of beer

Time: 8 p. m. for a Bake Sale in April were Following the Ordination, an More than 100 additional library afternoon.Mr. JEWELRYWATCHES md ale under pleasant, orderly conditions. Be-

Uon's Club Notes: made. An Easter Egg Hunt will be informal reception sponsored by bocks have''been ordered for and Mrs. Cecil Crawford ieving that strict law enforcement serves the
the Episcopal Churchwomen "of visited. Mr. .and Mrs.. Jack Dixon the ef Florida the Foundation
JeSt interest of people
There was no regular Lion's held at 10:30: on Holy Saturday the school library, according to'I -.DIA IONDS
Trinity Church of Melrose, and of of Flprahcme Sunday evening. I stresses close cooperation with the Armed
Meeting in Keystone Heights morning for children up to 10 Mrs. Ola M. Perkins principal REPAIRSAll
St. Anne's Church of Keystone Maxine Redding spent Saturday i Forces law enforcement and governing officials
Monday evening. Instead the club years cf aee. Mothers will be expected The purchase of these books has i
Heights, was held for all who and Sunday with the Horace Red- Work GuaranteedA. in its continuing "self-regulation" program:
as a whole attended the Zone to furnish four eggs for been made possible by the ac "
: ding family] in Jacksonville.
Meeting in Hawthorne. The group each child participating in the were present. cumulation of funds in the school
Rev Brevfoffle has_ been serving Harold (Nook] Crawford of C. Williams BEER FLORIDA'SLIGHT ,\ f'.rft'nitrd State B'-.
assembled at the Fire House at hunt. n store. r
Anne's for some time now, and Charleston S. C. spent the week- 142 W. Call St. .BRIGHT s
6:45.: and went in a body 'to the Mass on Easter Sunday will beat St. The eighth, grade hopes to catalog -, Jp i'. FoundationFUn4a
here. He is endhere with his parents, Mr. ?
he has friends om-
: many Starke Fla.
zone meeting. 8:30: a.; usual. There will be no these books before the end of Crawford.We BEVERAGE 4 :: tog.T....Sow
and Mrs. Cecil .
the IItIli I f
This Thursday. the Lions Holy Week Services in Keystone especially popular among school, Mrs. Perkins said. To facilitate Formerly Roberts Jewelry i OF MODERATION r3 lO\-'...\J .-.... T'AVAIlABLE -* \
teen-agers, for whom he has are glad to hear that Carl
this electric
an stylus
worked untiringly. Hilliard is getting along well.
has been purchased.Also .
Announcements Vivian Redding of Jacksonville
recently added to the ..'
Sunday Schol Teachers meet spent? Saturday and Sunday with
school library is a new set of
today [Thursday] at 4:30: p. m. the.Louin. Redding family.
Tomorrow, the Girl Scouts, World Books, bound in roach- Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier FOR
NO MONEY DOWNBy proof The children
Troop 190 meet at 3:30 p. m. covers. are of Palatka visited his father. Britt I
enjoying the beautiful illustrations
Good Friday Lenten Service will ,and brother Ce'dric last week.
: Tones Builders, Inc. LOW will be and informative material Green N THE PEOPLE OF
be held at SO. There nQ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. andR.

Box 106. AS $1495 UP supper. kins found saidFriday in these volumes, Mrs. Per- N. Crawford visited relatives in O

Bowling Green. Fla.This Saturday, at 10 a. m. another School Holiday St. George Ga. Saturday

Working Party for the men. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman THIS AREA
March 27, Good Friday has
i What about the Bell]? and son visited "Grandma" Starling -

Easter Sunday Service will be been designated a school holidayfor .in Clay County Sunday after-
all schools in Bradford County -
at 9:30: a. m. with Holy Com-
munion for all the Church Family by the school board. noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and
Contractors Make Estimates
together. There will be no family_ had as Sunday afternoon INSTALLMENT PLAN

.d Church School on Easter. So far school Contractors and making are visiting estimates the on visitors i her; parents Mr. and Mrs.

as possible it is hoped that each E. C. Johns! and her sister. Lois

rrs family will sit together. Each re-wiring the building retilingthe and Mr. ;Harris of Jacksonville.

child will bring his "Mite Box" kitchen and dining room and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Redding

and a bouquet to place on tne modernizing all bathroom facili- and family of Raiford visited the PLUMBING HEATING REPAIRS
ties. These
repairs were disignat-
+ lower Cross. In the matter of receiving Louin Redding family Saturday.
ed for the Hampton School in the ,
Communion with good afternoon.. -
county school bond issue passed .!
manners and reverently remem- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley were

ber ladies, that large hats and last year and the work is planned ) dinner guests of the Arthur Red-
for during the summer NOTHING DOWN *
too much lipstick involve diffi- oings. Sunday.

Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $ 945 c :lties. months.It Sinclair Mosley of Jacksonville
is hoped that there will be
i On Thursday evening the Very visited relatives in this community .

(Without Carporte) Rev. George Alexander one-time sufficient funds to get a gas range Sunday evening.

Rector of churches in Palatka. for the school kitchen too, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle of 36 MONTHS TO PAY LOW INTEREST RATE

Many Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder Green Cove Springs and Gainesville Perkins stated Satsuma visited relatives here

and"now Dean of St. Luke's Mrs. Perkins says. "The. antique Sunday afternoon.

Any Place in Florida Same Low PriceNO Seminary, Sewanee., will be guest wrought iron range, which blossomed Rev. and Mrs. Otis Jones and
during the of
Preacher at St. 'Mark's Church in era Camp daughter of O'Brien were dinner
Blanding, and has $100
faithfully turn- -
Palatka. at 8 p. m. That date is guests of the W. H. Green_ family.: ,
( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) March 26, today. ad out cherry pies, fried chicken Sunday.: ,
and beef stew for the'last twelve
Personals We were happy to have Rev.:
Local Representative years has now reached its dotageand
A 1-C and Mrs. Oather Queen and Mrs. J. E. Lingerfelt in
its demise is daily expected.

RAY D. FORTH and Orlando two where daughters Airman are Queen moving will to Personals church Nineteen with from us Sunday.Evergreen at.- Fast! No Delay! No Red. Tape!

Visiting here In Hampton with
be stationed at McCoy Air Base tended the mass meeting at

Highway 21 Phone 4123 near Orlando. Mrs. Queen is the friends on Saturday were Mr. and Kingsley Lake Church Thursday FUNDS AVAILABLE AT ONCE IF CREDIT RATING GOODWe
Mrs. Patton and two sons of Ma-
former Carol Bleha, daughter of nght.
KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha. con. Ga. Mrs. Patten is the former; There will be a working at
Lillian Tucker who lived in
Joe Pawlikowski left on Wednesday Evergreen Cemetery Wednesday;

If You Don't See Us, We Both Lose Money for a trip to Wilmington.Del. Hampton for several years. I April 1. Everyone come and bring< are pleased to announce that we can now offer you, the opportunity
Harlow _
Buddy Wesley Griffin '
He expects to be in Wilming- tools.
end Bill Underwood drove to Ft. I An egg hunt will be held at the to make modernization improvements to your .home -tbropgh
Meade south of Lakeland Satur-

day to visit Kurt Harlow. fatherof home of J. Q. Rosier Sunday of Mar the: the Noland Credit Co. This is a much-needed service in this, arf .
29 at 2:30 p. m. ,
Buddy Harrow, who is ill in!
I the hospital there. Kurt Harlow church and friends are invited to We make easy arrangements for you at your home or our office fn
FACTORY PRICESOne come and bring eggs.

I formerly lived in 'Hampton. Don't forget our forthcoming Starke. Now you can have long-needed extra bath, new heating
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft.,
I revival beginning Apr. 12 and
Lauderdale were visitors here this. continuing for two weeks. Pray or modernized kitchen.
c week with Mr.and Mrs. W. A.
Saxon. for this meeting.and for the sick.

We invite you to attend church
Visiting ffriends here last week '

Quart With Each from former Washington.Leona Malady D. C.a one-time was the with f'T.us.Tr's'fr' .t.......Y...... We Specialize in American Standard ProductsIf


or Gallon One You Buy resident Mr. and of Mrs.. Hampton.J. W. Home. Mrs. RISING
r i'i Interested Call Write
-- or
J. H. McAlhany and Mrs. T. F. \

Brown drove to Dunnellon Sun- By tin. C nfcflA Jones F

day afternoon to visit with. Mr. \


Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Brannen and Mrs. ,Eddie Norman:

and son Ardel were in Jacksonville visited Mrs-,Maggie Norman of

alai N. Temple Ave. Starke Ph. WO 4-8565 rn Sunday to visit with Mr,and PainesvUle Wednesday of las t,

Mrs. Bob Faile. week. Mrs. Norman has bern illiu 118 N. Court St. Starke Ihone0 -11111T

New cftizens la '''H.1! >>Ptan- q.( better- ti0 W. J ---j::


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YYYYYTYYYTCTvY'LAWTEY. .. Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. Don I family spent the weekend with I Mr, and Mrs. Earl Legate, who ..yyyy..yyy..y.yyt I program was the work of the I Wayne and I visited Sunday with'I ]NORTH SIDE
ald Bennett and sons and other Mr. and Mrs. S D. Andrews of hale been vacationing in Fort FFA. Assisting Mr. Hutchinsonwere his mother. Mrs Leona McCarthy I i BAPTIST ClIUKCn'

relatives here over the weekend. Wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. George Myers, stopped enroute to their IIEILBRONNBy D. Ritch Green, John Allen and his two sisters and families.iI I
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Starlingof Boyer of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. home in Illinois for a weekend Shadd and Billy Dampier. Everyone iI I Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn
Mr. and Mrs. John Stillwell and
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Senie Bruce Boyer Mrs. Jewell Royal visit with their friend, Mrs. Mary throughly enjoyed this program tag Worship 11 a. m. Training
87 Mr*. Joyce T. Patch Prevatt, Sunday. and Rev. E. D. Boyer of Tampa.Mr. Reddish. Mrs. Harvey McCarthy which was very ably pre-1! Mr. and Mrs. L. D.. Jones in Fern-I Union 6::iv p. m. Evening Wor-

4..A A...... ...... Burney Dobbs of Jacksonvillespent and Mrs. Paul Bennett and Mrs. Mamie Futch and Floyd A..A..A.... sented. The Seniors won the prize i:jandina Beach. ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting

: Sunday with his Barents, daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. G. have as a guest this week Mrs. Howdy Neighbors and a for the highest attendance of. Guess that's about all may the I Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone
Bake SaleMembers Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Sapp. at Heilbrnn. and the Johnny Stella Thomas of Jacksonville.The special Easter greeting to andy parents. May I take this time to Sood Lord forever bless each of : a welcome. Rev. II. R. Carter
of the Methodist Bennett family at the State Home Demonstration Club invite each parent to come to our)PU. bye now. I Pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were u and especially you. I
Youth fellowship 'will hold a bake Farm on Sunday.Mr. held its monthly meeting at the rext meeting which will be the
in Callahan on Tuesda for a An invitation is extended to
of Mrs.\ P. L. Dinkins you third Tuesday evening of April.At _. _
sale at the Drug Store beginningat and Mrs. J. C. Tye and home Wednesday 1111/1/ Mull
visit with their son, Leslie and end to visit with 1
your family this time will elect officersfor liens ClothingEstablished
9:30 on Saturday, March 28. we
: family in Jacksonville Sun-
family. Heilbronn Church this Easter ALVAREZ'/ STORE
The proceeds will help some young Clyde Wainwright of Bartow day afternoon for a visit with Jimmy Waters spent the week- Sunday and listen to inspiring come the? coming year, won't you ,Iii 1891 IJ lIIi.rll.I Ir
person attend MYF camp this Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts. end with his parents, Mr. and .Ir
weekend with his preaching by Rev. Otis T. Jones,
spent the parents -
summer. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Buford Higginbotham in. Very glad to report that two! _
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wain- Pastor. Join in the congregational ,
Mrs. Hattie Darley and the H. B Hague. and family were Mr. Maxville. :lof our sick neighbors are better I rI
singing of the love to
wright.Mr. songs you when needRELIABLE
i this week, Mrs. Tate has
and Mrs. Ruth of Jacksonville. : Crosby you
Buster Bennett family had as J. D. Clarke and daughters
sing led by Chorister Russell Redding -
and Mrs. Everitt of Jacksonville I
recovered from bad of
Allen Carter and daughter a case flu
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. visited Mrs. Clarke, who is a pa- assisted by Mrs. R. L. Mor-
were on Saturday and Mrs. Mattie Carter and end little Mike Norman son of
Bennett and family, Mrs. tient in Riverside Hospital Jack-
Richard gan, Jimmie Lee and cute little
with his mother Mrs. I
visit ,
Alice Austin and son, Hughy ofDa'tona son, Clayton visited Mr. and Mrs. sonville. Ray Norman with the talented Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman was GAS SERVICETHINK
Georgia Ann Sapp. able to return to school this week
Elmer Carter of Clay Hill, Sun-
and Ralph Darleyof
Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Padgett Pianist, Mrs. Lamar Reddish. I
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and after being ill.
Jacksonville. Mrs. Darley and day. red son of Clay Hill visited Mr. Hear our special Singers, Mrs.
the Austins were Saturday lunch- family were weekend guests of Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.\ Theodore Crews and Otis T. Jones, Mrs. Lamar Reddish We regret to report that our I OF SLADE GAS
eon guests of Mrs. Nellie Wilker- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mitchell and Arlie Dobbs were Mrs. Edna Cas- family, Sunday. Miss Linda Caskins Miss beloved E. C. I Ernie Johns was

&on in Jacksonville. family of Jacksonville. OP, and Mrs. Clara Nell Warren of The Leon Starling family of Joyce Morgan Jimmie Lee, Glen taken ill Mcnday evening of this
Friends of Mrs. Bryant Reddish Barbara Gayle Crews of Starke I Live Oak. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman and Ray Norman. All week and ask that we rememberto TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 Oil UPPHONE

will regret to learn that she is a spent Saturday night with Carolyn Mrs. Leila Mundy, W. M. U. Luther Hilliard and family and this awaits you at Heilbronn plus pray in his behalf. WO 1.3351i

patient in Baptist Memorial Hos- Crews. I president of the New River Association Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. Christian fellowship. Please come May we also remember in prayer -

pital in Jacksonville. Mr. ReddishMr. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and and Mrs. Nell Coker Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman whenever and as often as you can, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. JOhnS'1

and Mrs. Earl Legate and Davis and Curtis Johns were Griffin, of Stark, taught a book, and son and Mr. and Mrs. Carl we want and need you. grandson. Herman Johns
Mrs. Mary Reddish visited her weekend guests of Mrs. Edna May Won by One. at the First Baptist Prevatt had Sunday dinner with Don't forget prayer meeting Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns of ,

Sunday afternoon.Mrs. ; Griffis of Macclenny. Church en Tuesday evening. A the J. C. Prevatt family of Ocala. every Wednesday evening and Jacksonville. Herman has been I
Simeon Phillips and I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and covered dish supper was enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Berry Wilkersonand choir practice on Friday nights. seriously ill in the St. Luke's Hos-i,i :7 FOR EVERYWORTHWHILE

family visited Mrs. Clemmie Lee oy the following ladies Mesdames baby Buna, and Raymond Also, this Thursday there will bea pital in Jacksonville for a week ,
daughter and Miss Debbie Phillipsof of Enigma Ga., over the weekend. Mary Reddish, O. J. Phillips, Ar- and Randall Wilkerson visited big Brotherhood and W. M. U. but his condition was reported to

Palatka, visited the O. J. Phil- Miss Enza Blanchard Mrs. Ef- thur Pearce, Troy Eennett, Mary Mrs. Andrew Wilkerson in River- Meet at the Church at 7:30 p. m. be impnned. Mrs. Milton Rosier \ USE
lips family as they were enroute fie Miner and Mrs. L. H. Hill Moore, Joyce Futch, Misses Enza side Hospital, Saturday. Come and learn what our Missionaries i is still sick at her home. I I.

from Jacksonville to their home. vL-ited Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Dye Blanchard and Elizabeth Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cornwall are doing both at home Weekend guests of Miss Joyce _

in Palatka Sunday afternoon.Mrs. ''ht Kingsley Lake, Sunday after- Mrs. J. E. Norman, Mrs. W. H. and family of Jacksonville spent and in foreign lands. Morgan were Miss Faye Morganand *
Jack Pons and son, who I
noon. Morgan, Mrs. Quincy Rosier, Mrs. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cornelius Moore, Publicity Miss Donnell Coward of : r Furniture
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and Rosier, Mrs. Clyde Griffis and D. G. Wilkerson and the Leon Chairman reports on the recent Jacksonville Sunday Miss Morgan -I
Reddish this week, were *
Bryant children of Jacksonville spent the Miss Doroty Morgan, of Evergreen Wilkerson family.Mr. High School PTA meeting held in and her young guests acom- Signature
In Waldo Sunday to meet Teri
on weekend with her parents, Mr. Church were present for the and Mrs. Rudolph Rosierof the library. The devotional was panied her parents, Mr. and Mrs.I
and Jack Pons who had
Mary and Mrs. Walter Wilkison. study course. Rev. Lewis Haines Palatka visited Britt Rosier rendered by Rev. Raymond Mac- R. L. Morgan to White Springs Auto
been visiting their grandparents Guests of Mrs. Nancy Keene showed a film on Home Missions.Mr. and the Ray Rosiers on Saturday. alain of the St. Mark's Episcpal where they visited relatives. "

Mr.Coral and Gables.Mrs. O.They E. Pons went Sr.on of to end the Allan Hart family duringthe and Mrs. C. R. Crews and Weekend guests of Mrs. Mattie Church. Paul Hutchinson Agri- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Burnett I: 1h Real Estate

weekend were Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Vera, and Glenn Crewsof Henderson and the Col. Nors- culture teacher of Bradford High are enjoying a two weeks vaca- '
tneir home in Tallahassee in the
afternoon.Mrs. I John Anderson and family, and Starke visited Mrs. Babe Crewsof worthy family were Mr. and Mrs.C. cffercd an interesting programfor tion. They will return home this LOANS UP TO $600
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bonds and Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. B. Cannon and son, Mr. and the evening. The theme of the Friday after spending a week inNew .
Bobby Bennett and sons,I family of Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley were Mrs. Ralph Smart and daughters, Orleans and a week in Mi- I
Richard and Bryan of Daytona and Mrs. Fred Moore and in Baldwin Sunday for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holcomb and Tallahassee were weekend guestsof OWN'

with Mrs. A. J. Starling and Mr. family of Jacksonville, Buddy :Mrs.\ Wyrick's sisters Miss ami.Miss Marilyn Cox spent the

and Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham.Mr. Smart of Tampa and the Truby Elizabeth] Terry and Mrs. Joyce weekend with her parents, Mr. T

JENKINS I) and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham Rowe family of Starke. Futch. and Mrs. E. L. Cox. Miss Cox is a
r of Maxville were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner and Rev. Tommy Howe of Baldwin student at the University at Gain FINANCE CO.

V ( NURSERY night guests of Mr. and Mrs. family had as weekend guestsMr. spoke at the First Baptist Churchat esville. _
Nathan Starling. and Mrs. Clifton Smith. Mr. both 5ervice.on Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Moore's

t PRE-EASTER '1 h Hugh B. Ingram. Jr.. and Bruce and Mrs. Joe Dyal, and Bill Zack, absence of the pastor Rev. Earl, weekend guests were Mrs. Moore's I Ill t 11. Call St. Starke, Fla.
"" Rosen represented the local of Jacksonville.Mr. I Moses I brother, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley
SALE wi K N Teachers at the Florida Education \ and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Mrs. Leona Edwards, Mrs. F. Judd and family of Orlando. I Phone WO 1-9091
Association convention at Tampa daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Campbell and Miss Elizabeth Mrs. E. L. Cox and daughter

:--- last week. Mr. Ingram was elected Shorty Stuckey of Jacksonville,;Terry attended a district meetingof Miss Linda Cox visited in Gainesville -
f Sunday.Mr. the Lunch Room Personnel of Saturday. I St
Director of District 8.
A \ and Mrs. J. P. of Alachua and Bradford Counties.
Mrs. A. H. Harley was in Lake I Wyrick Haney. our sons. Richard and

HEDGE; PLANTS, each ________________________ 45c City this weekend for a visit with

'.,(Ligustrum, Boxwood, Podocarpus Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker and

PEAT HUMAS, per bushel ___________________ 50c sns.
Arthur Swanbom of NAS, Jacksonville -
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. .. ..m..v..n children Miss Jackie Green and! YYYYYYYYTYYYYfYYYYYYYY BRlriGE YY I I t'trn to school after eight days of f last Friday night. burg spent the weekend with Mr..I j being held all of this week at theMaxville I the baseball team.

Mrs. G. E. McGauley cf Palatka LONG. IL'ness. Mrs. Maude Wainwright We hear that Mr. and Mrs. Leo and Mrs. Ernest Padgett and son.t Baptist Church with the i j Easter holidays! ,are_gladly wel-

I BROOKER{ Mr.were and Sunday Mrs. luncheon Green.guests of AND NEW RIVER and Mrs. Dempsey Clark are still Harris are the proud parents ofanot.h A party was given last Saturday i Rev Curtis Harris of Belmore ;corned by the school children this

'! Roy ,rn cur sick list. r baby girl. Congratulations night at the home of Mr. and preaching. The public is invited : They' will be cff from Friday
: By Barbara Sue Davis1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs Reddick Thomasof Mrs R. F. Merritt Each Saturday night a prayer Mrs. J. A. North in honor of Ro-I lo attend. 1'\ next Tuesday morning.

.... ", Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs. r L 4:: 4 1 ..a .+.lIAU.AAl .. !' meeting hour is held at,someone'shcme. "Mr. -and :Mrs. L. K. ,Reynolds ger Ncrth and Glen Keely. Enjoying ,.John, Bubble and Linda Waters Alvin Padgett is ill with flu and

T. W. Markey Thursday after- Last. Saturday, U was at of Gainesville were guests of 'Mr. ,this occasion were. Glenn and Bonnie Padgett went to JasIJfr we wish him a speedy recovery.

.1.,. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wait of ;I'oon.j Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews!I the home: of Bro..and Sis., S. C. i nd Mrs. N. EIvey Jr. and fam- Ntely, June Custead..Roger North. Sunday to carry Mrs. Bill We regret that Ed Waters has

Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. i j Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw of and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carter: and J Harley. The Book of Romans ily., Shirley Hig nbotham. Dave <:ov-j Roberson and daughter home been ill for the Vast few days.
Doyle Hazen were Saturday night Daughter Pam of Jacksonville: currently being: studied. lrs. crdale. Jewel North, Bob Bales,{[from a visit here.
j Lacrosse attended Rock Church !'' We are sorry that Mrs. Dewey Miss Bonnie Padgett spent last
- dinner of Mr. and Mrs. afternoon of Harley assisted by Jean Carter Shirley Wilkinson. Gary BennionJ
guests were Sunday guests .
I Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. McPherson has been ill and had Mrs. L. L. Strange of Miami Saturday in Highland with Miss
Frank L. Tomlinson. the Merritt and'Shher families.i serve refreshments.! This week and, Patty Parrish. ;
I Roy Green in the afternoon. to be taken to Jacksonville to the aid Mrs. Curtis Thorpe and Geraldine Griffis.
Mrs. Ralph Hazen of Gainesville For the first time to our know tne meeting will be at the home .We are sorry that Miss Shirley
' | A group cf teen-agers enjoyed doctor last Monday.We j daughter. Claudia of Macclenny Tom Klastennan, Butch West-
was the Monday afternoon ledge a motor boat was run Sunday 'of Rev. ,and Mrs. Carter and you
a skating trip to Gainesville Sat- are sorry that Leroy Grif- Higginbotham was ill last week were guests cf Airs. Dorothy fall and Jack Arrendale visited
guest of Mr. and :Mrs. Doyle from the bridge to the back u-e all invited. It will bless your
I, urady. They were Barbara Sue I |'I heartto attend. fis is ill and confined to bed at and under a doctor's care. "Waters and family last week. friends in Clarksville. Ga. and
II of
azen. I the Shiver home. Harold Shiver
. Davis. Patty and Mary Bigham I i A Pastor- and toe home of his mother Mrs. Mrs. Ben Higginbotham has Roger North and Richard Ben i Andrews. N, C. last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson andS conducted several cruises. Those meetingI
Craig Wood and Shirley Guest. held Fanny-Griffis. been ill fcr the past week. We were chosen as captains of the The Baldwin PTA will meet in
Mrs. Joyce Castillen and sons tnjoying the experience werej I i Monday evening. was
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Robert to Track Team at the Baldwin 1 tine school
Davis and Reynold returned wish her library on Thursday
a speedy recovery.
visited Mrs. Reed Lewis and new Ralph Merritt Richard and Billy I IEhiver a blessing in spite of the bad
daughter Barbara Sue visited .Mr. 1 Gainesville Monday after a weeks School last week. night. April 2 at 8 m. and we
baby in Starke Saturday after- Jimmie Lavender, Miss wf ather. Remember the time has Mrs. Dcss Higginbotham and p.
. and Mrs. R. D. Davis Sunday in been changed to visit here with his brother-in-law her grandson. Chuck Garrett have Bobby Burnsed and Gene John-I would like to have all of you Max-
noon. Ida Merritt and Pearl Lavender.j I : the first, ,and
f 'Jacksonville. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. ft.1n"ere chosen as captainsof riueparents: attend.
. I third both been ill for the few
Monday of past
Little Reeda Lewis of Starke, ; There are two sad little faces : nights each
visited her grandparents. Mr. and Those enjoying an old fashion- in our community. Debby Layen-,, month. I.-ey, Jr. days. Hope they will be up and .. ,- .. .

:MJS. C. L. Atkinson last week. I ird fish fry at the home of the der and Wayne Black have little 1 Announcements for the ,week Mrs. Dora Byrd and E. C. Pad- about soon. >

Miss Iris Brown of Jacksonville W E. Bigham Jr.family Saturday :- led spots and ,they are worried '', are: : Tuesday 7:30 p. m. Choir 'ett spent Friday with Mrs. Miss Evelyn Coleman and Vince J

: visited her mother, Mrs. H. O. night were Mr. and Mrs. R. r.ocut fun they may miss when : practice; Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.,Ib -son-in-law!., and daughter, Taylor of Cecil Field were dinner
Mr and Mrs..Marvin Green and
Brown over the weekend. i A. Guest and children, and Mrs. the Easter Bunny comes. t Prayer meeting; Saturday 7:30: : guests of Miss Jewel North Sun-

Juidth Ann Bushloper of Green Gacie Smith of Nashville, Ga.. There will be dinner on the r p. m.. Bible Study and Prayer family .an Middleburg. day.:
Cove Springs is visiting her Ted Bigham and Earl Doyle of i 1 meeting at the home of Rev. and Mr. andMrs. N. E. Ivey, Sr.' of Revival Services
grounds Sunday at the church i Largo spent all oflast week with
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Parris Island) S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carter; Sunday. Sunday Don't forget the revival services 1 1T
with Easter Hunt in the
an Egg '
their and daughter-in-law
Davis for the next ten days. G. E. Wocd and children of Lakeland School. 10 a. m.; Morning Services son
afternoon. The church would like Mr. -and Mrs. N. E. Ivey Jr. and
O. M. Yarbor of Macclenny and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd: Wood I 11 a. m.; Evening Worship
to welcome who wishes
. W. A. Davis of Waldo were Satur- and son, Craig and Mrs. Jo Ann I'I everyone ,' i:30 p. m. tons. I .
day luncheon guests of Mr. and Smith of Jacksonville and Mr. I i I to take part. !I''I A Brotherhood quarterly meet- We regret that 'Mrs. Eva Ellisis t
: i Friends will be glad to learn will be held the church ill ,and wish her speedy -re
ing at
Mrs. N. J. Davis. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and daughter. -I I I i,
S Mr. and Mrs. Felix Griffis of Barbara and Lloyd King. ;. that Janice Shiver is now home ; May 12, at 7:30 p. m. covery. Her sister, Mrs. Fanny Gulf Life

:.: Graham visited Mr. and Mrs. N. All of the out of town guestslicmained ': and doing fine. 1 Sunday afternoon Easter we Griffis was able to go over. and AD APT.A .
. J. Davis Sunday afternoon. I !I: < will have an Easter Egg Hunt at spent the day with her last :
for the !
. W. H. Eddie was the Monday weekend. They rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYP'INt the! church at 3 p. m. Everyonehas Thursday.Mrs. PLA I : F
were joined Sunday by Mr. and D. B. Griffis. and daughter :
. morning guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. [ ( a special invitation.j .
J. Davis. ,[ :Mrs. L. L. Hardee Sr. cf Jackson-I IEElMrs. j H.-R. Carter pastor Johnny I and Mrs. Henry Griffis and Fits your 4 e
: Mrs. S. M. Mctt has returned Cowart S. S. Supt. and Mrs. children were visitors in Jacksonville I changingneeds 0"
. home after visiting with her son John Dodd and Dan Dodd of II. M. McRaera..aa..u.auu..aaaa Shirley Gaskins, pianist. Saturday.,. ,XiE F TU E / IS"It's

f and family, the Pasco Motts of Keystone Heights Don Page of rev.V. t -' Itevival ServicesBeginning a good thing I landed on a quality roof like Starke

Gainesville for several days. Starke, and Dickie Davis enjoyed YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYfWFIS. Sunday April 5. Long Guilders Supplies, Inc. Sell-
: J. E. Townsend visited his fam- the races at Sebring Saturday Eranch Baptist Church will hold I IT
: ily in Pompano over the weekend. and were over night guests ofDickie's We had a great church service LOOP'By revival services for one week with Dial WO 4-4201 or %'O.1.4211
last Sunday morning and evening j the Rev. of Green
Johnny Perry
" grandparents Mr. and
Mr. and. Mrs. Z. W.. Hamilton
and grandsons attended the'Tom- Mrs. R. J. Waters of Dundee.. and Pastor W. E. Hall brought I Ccve: Springs preaching. Bud Hig- With Gulf Life's S
the message with 158 in the Sunday j Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A don will be leader and
my Hewett horse show Monday in I song exclusive Ada1t-A-Plan
School classes. Bonnie Harris 4s the pianist. -
Valdosta, Ga. i Recent Births NO MONEY DOWNRepair
Mrs. H. E. Stokes Mrs. Mattie Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.!!I They will also have special singers you can guarantee an

: Sowells Mrs. H. P. Gainey and I' A 1-c and Mrs. Bobby Cochrane C. Conner last Sunday afternoon I!! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian from Jacksonville. The public is income for your familyand
and children and Verble Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Manni and '! lr.vitedO'attend.,
Buddy Stokes attended church in 1t
of Casablanca. Morroco formerly
' Ma.cclenny Saturday.Mr. ,I son Jimmie of Starke Mr. and'' visited Rev. and Mrs. Onillelast. j' Mr& Bill Roberson and daughter ... .provide. .- for. 'your .
of Theressa, announce the birthcf njgh't.Shirley .
and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and Mrs. Clyde Lewis of Plant City", Brcqdt! Tuesday Marcia.ofJasper spent a few retirement as well.
twins James Michelle and Mu fS. i Brown spent last last week with Rober- Add Rooms'
; days Mrs.
children of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. Bshop: Thomas and Asic about --- Carport ---
f Dewey Stokes and son and Rev. :Marla Janice March 14. Mrs. daughter, Goi Me. and son Dwight'!.,! week with her brother-in-law and son's mother Mrs. Dorothy Waters it.

. Crews of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Cochrane is the former Miss Tre- cf Brooker. j sister. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe and family. Bath Room
|.. There were 26 from Boatdrain!
: I H. E. Stokes Sunday. I va Dean of Waxahachie Texas. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Ulrs.. ', The Intermediate Sunday t#. .
Baptist Church at the mass meeting t
Viola Gillis Their address is Al-c '' .School class of the Maxville Baptist FIXTURES .
Mrs. the week-
was present Bishop Thomas. Kenneth Bobby. Thursday, night at ..Kingsley (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND
: end guest of her son, Algerene Bob E. Cochrane 1455 1642 P. O. : Church had a chicken.supPer
I and Dwight were dinner, guests GulfLife )
Lake. Baptist Church. We won the
at the church last Friday night
Lloyd of Gainesville. 3922nd C. A. M. S., APO 30,
Mrs. Carrie Edwards and Mrs. j
'I 1355. I attendance banner. New River
t March 20 and had if Time To Re-roof
: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor and ., N. Y. 'Susie Clark of Starke. Sunday. : everyone a very
. [ Baptist Church won the percentage nice time.Thomas.
We were glad to have Mr. and
. banner. R.
Higdon. son of ,Mr.
:Mrs. Raymond Brown and othersof Refreshments were served after and Mrs. R. F. Higdon who is

Worthington Springs with usat the services. This was the first stationed in Tennessee will be STARKE BUILDERS'SUPPLIES

WRGR RADIO church Sunday night. j time we used our bus and it did home this Friday to spend the A INSURANCE_

!. Visitors of Rev. and Mrs. W. E..I I: very well over the bad roads weekend with his family. V COMPANY
I We were very glad to have Mrs. INC.
. Hall and Mrs. Vera Mitchell Sat- [ We are all very glad to hearth
Jossie Woodcock and sister in t Mrs. Gladys, Higdon is getting W. If. HAND, Superintendent
their Mrs.
urday were daughter,
'|service with us Sunday night. along nicely following an op Box 308 -- Phone WO 9-2483
J. E. Murhee and her daughter-i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe spent DEPOT
Starke, Ha.
I in-law, Mrs. E. H. ,
Sunday with Mrs. Rowe's parents Miss Joyce Holiman of Middle-
baby daughter of Milliard and ,,.
Mr. and Mrs A. W. Brown of the -
. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Guy Hall I i
: TUNE-0 IS and daughter, Jan of Cocoa> and i Mrs. Edna, Jones visited her I
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman of !
I of the
I brother Ernest, Harris

Starke. I State Farm, Sunday. __ -.
I Visitors of the H. M. McRaes, Mr and Mrs. Joe Griffis had AT STARKE

.' Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. R.j!! eighteen for dinner Su day.? r ?'I ..' ,.. ... ... '':'' .... .... ..... ... -
. Alvarez end children of Cocoa.I Mrs. Jeff Smith visited her STARKE FLORIDA

. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Mr. niece Lakeland and her daughter -i .

: and Mrs. Robert Myrick of Starke, *in l frostproof last week. STATEMENT I OF 'CONDITION
BETTER Mr. and Mrs. H. H,Lewis and Mr. Members of Boatdrain will meetat

and Mrs. Robert Taylor of Jack- the church Thursday night at

: sonville. 6:45: p. m. to go to the revival at March 12, 1959Resources

Mrs. W. B. Starling and Mrs. Maxville Baptist Church. Rev. ,

10:03: 10:30 A.M.: MON. Fill. Robert I arling visited relatives I II I Curtis Harris is the speaker. .

m Palatka Sunday. Those who wish to go can meetat

WITHChuck tr M the church or call WO4-5774. .
.. A study course in personal soul "!*. '

-vinning will start Wednesday
10R 'smf' night at Boatdrain. Loans and Discounts ; .!!T,281,872.5&

There will be an Easter egg .,* .

hunt at Boatdrain this Saturday Banking House Furniture & Fixtures 14,430.02
By Mrs. Carl Brown \.
afternoon at 230.: Every one wel-

1490 YYYYVVVVVVVYVYVYVYYYYVYYThere come. Other Real l Estate' Owned I
Boatdrain Baptist Church 38,000.00'i
: will be special singingfor Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn- Prepaid Expenses s i

I Easter by the Junior Choir at ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Training .

North Side Baptist Church. We Union 6:30 p. m.; Evening wor- Other Resources' '
invite all who have no regular ship -7:30 p. m. and Prayer meeting 330.16 ,

\ church to share the Easter services Wednesday night 7:15: p. m.
'c:) 'k ) n 3vi here with us this Sunday. Pastor Rev. Orville Brookins. Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 25,314.27 .

we give your cart e U. S. Government Securities
f '!! 2,040,717.40
Buddy Adams on the birth of an r ..
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; eight pound son, last Sunday at YYYYYYYYYYlMMVfllE.T..T..T.W ,
Bradford County Hospital. Both : Florida Count & Municipal Bonds 335,3 9.34

mother and son are doing fine. ,
Abii Remember our homecoming day I other\ State & Municipal Bonds 205,458.72 !

I'organization has been changed date which to the is correct the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. By Mrs. C. B. Nolan t* .l44- I Cash/* on Hand and Due From Banks 2 *li96.81 2,868,646.54

., > first Sunday in June. Everyone .
I has a special invitation to attend. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon,and TOTAL 4,205,724.28

I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter and daughter, Ginger visited in- Law-

son Donald spent Friday and Sat- tey last Wednesday with ,Mr..and : I

urday with their son-in-law and Mrs. Seely Griffis. Friends of Mr. ". -

/ daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. Griffis will be interested Liabilities -'.. : -.

Candella of Jacksonville to learn that they plan ,to t "' -" .. .',
move back, to, Maxville soon now. #. .
Mrs. Evelyn Norman and son I r :. I,
Everyone will be interested tp Capital Stock
Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny 150,000.00 j I
learn of the birth of
a baby- son: .
Hazen and baby Julia visited ,
to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Green-on S
: Mrs. Wood and Mrs. rplus i I
Wyman Mrs. March 12 in the Orange Park 200,000.00 .
'. Johns all of Jacksonville Sunday. | hospital. The young man weighed .. '. ',
1' I Ir I I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tyre of j Undivided Profit i i I
A Cities Service spring I j 8 lbs and 13 oz. and has been 20,294.25. 370,294.25Reserve

t is all it takes to season your car's performance! : Melrose and Mr. and Mrs. Billy given the name of Ralph Randall.Mr. I
I: Martin and children wereSunday{ and Mrs Henry Clark and for Contingencies 112,416.39
for Bring car in this weeks and i
spring. your I dinner guests of their mother family moved to Jacksonville this ;
l, I family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas. Reserve 1
j for Taxes'
RADIATOR DRAIN AND FLUSH. Vital for summer 1!, I past weekend.Mr. Etc. .- 45442.08
and E.
N. Ivey. Jr. and
travel. Rids your radiator of dangerous rust j Sunday dinner .guests, of Mr.i family had' as guests last .weekend Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned. 35 77.95 i

I l and sludge. I I jand. Mrs..,Johnny. Cowart were Mrs. Ivey's parents, Mr. and 1 -., ;' ,', ,; ._ ,

; Oil CHANGE with multi-range"50'Koolmofor lOW !i Mrs. Harry. Bleasdale and chil-j|Mrs.. L. ,W. Reynolds:& and her Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable 2,000.00 I
1|'cren and Mrs. SamjBleasdale and)I grandmother: Mrs. Winifred Rey- 1
30. Gives light i lOW performance at starting i' daughter, all of Keystone Heights. cds of Fairfield.We Bills Payable .

.. medium 20 grade performance for warm- i j Johnny?: Moore, Paul Smith and regret that Mrs. }Melvin 270,000.00

up. .heavy 30 grade performance for !! Windell Rowe were visitors of Watson has been,in and confinedto Deposits
her bed. We wish her 3,369,823.61
a speedy
cruising.; Stephen Cowart, Sunday afternoon recovery. I

CHASSIS LUBRICATION .. .with tough. Trojan'H Mrs. Henry Griffis entered Bap- TOTAL 4,205,724.28 I II
Mr. and, Mrs..Richard. Carter
.. tist in
Hospital Jacksonville Sunday -
Squefches squeaks, guards against
Brenda Sue visited I !
daughter, for surgery, We surely hope !
dirt and mud. in Tallahassee last week. that she will get along nicely.

COMPLETE' SAfETY CHECK'. .of all the crvclaf. ." Randy ,Gaskins of Tallahasseeis The Maxville CongregationalIioliness FLORIDA Bank I
spending this week with his I Church will hold a re-
spots on your car. vfvdl'beginning the first Mondayin i ,
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade One of f 28 Banks in the Florida g ilB
I I' April and,continuing for one I ell Sff Cf rk& I
i Gaskins.Mr. week. Rev. Edward Jones of Jacksonville National Group ..
SILCOX CITIES SERVICE and Mrs. J. B. Fullerwood; will conduct it. .. -.. '. ..' ,

.-A : 7 cf Zephyr Hills spent, the week- '! We are all glad that Howard :

.- 70o' Temple Avenue .r E'ndith Mrs. FuDerwood's f sister,!!Durrance.is able to"be up and out> t

-- dirs. ll. R. Caster;and family.: !t},I again Mr. and after Mrs being. D..1.' sick.Parr1sh'aiuchildren. I M nER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION i I

. .. Starke, Fla. 1 We are glad to report that Patty'and'DaVId. visitedi I' I J

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I, First Christian Church U. Mark's. Episcopal r.b I I Supt. Irene' Thomas In charge. facers- Friday April 4 at 7:30, p.t'!bens to b** present at ei:d ion then
I This will be the only service for m. -Sh-e'i is asking the 'membership }6u cant gripe over till persons

Morning worship, 11 a.m. Rev. Raymond f. AUcBUla the day. Members arc asked to to fail not as this will beour electedRegular meeting will beheld
Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor Sunday Services 9:45 a.rn. ty ; r cs visit with other community
chance to select the persons you at the usual time. Please dq
CHURCH NEWS Sunday School, 10 am. Church School; 11:00 a.m. Morning k. churches and the Carnation Club
Youth Churcn 7 p.m. 1 Prayer and Sermon. '' .i for special: Easter programs and \ush to have as your leaders. You not fail to answer this can! L. M.

Wednesday Prayer Meeting I Holy c<'il1mun1'JnSun.. ti t r 1 a'rt. z services. See "Never Alone" a cannot take a part if you are not Royal, president, Pauline Mar

7:30 p.m. day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, i Cancer Film this Saturday and present. It is good for ail mem snail. secretary.

Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. 7:30 a.m. "i r I Sunday at the Reno Theatre ....rsser

Wednesday. Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir starting at 7 p m.. March 28. The
, Presbyterian Church At The TabernacleDr. Ladles Council, 1st And 3rd Practice; 7:45: p.m. Litany and main feature will be White COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

I I I Tuesday nights.Everybody Bible Study. P&ngo. Visit your friendly com-

Friday, 8 p. m.-Choir practice.I I John McNeill will be at the welcome to each munity theatre. E. J. Givens, re- =- Pruning Cavity Work
r. Easter Sunday Sunday' Gospel Tabernacle this Saturday service.St. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS A1'J porter.
chcol, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship night to conduct an all-muscial CHURCH MasonicObservance Bracing Remo'al.r.
11 a. m Rev. Barry Deventer program of sacred vocal and instrumental Edward's Catholic Church Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn .r. De- Iossing Transplanting
The Masonic Family of Starke .-
of Richmond, Va. will bring the numbers. Sunday Starke, Florida uig Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S
Easter message. Youth Fellowship! ;night he will again occupy the Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. services 7:30 p. m. which includes: Ruth Court No.

6 p jn. pulpit and bring the evening mes- Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & Wednesday Prayer Meeting I 18 of Heroines of Jericho Most

sage. 5:30: p. m.Weekday. 1:30: p. m.HOPE. .,;.I, Ancient Matron Scphia Royal; TREE SURGEONSPETE
Older of Eastern Star Dell Chap-
The Resurrection theme will be Mass at 8:00 a. m. '
ter No. 168 Worthy Matron JanieS. .
C. L. Overturf Jr, Minister used for the Easter Sunday morning Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 BAPTIST Fundamental C URCftPremilleJ'l1al ? -1F; Mitchell; and Morning Star SAPP Owner
P. m. -
senncn. Those not worshiping -
Lodge No. 26 Worshipful Master
Sunday Sunday School. 10a. elsewhere are invited to attend Baptisms marriages and Instructions Missionary. Seven miles south of STARKE PHONE WO 43965P.
Damon Dell all celebrated Palm
r. w., morning service. 11 a. m. all services at the Taber- by appointment. Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- r,4 Sunday at Mount Moriah Metho- 0. Box 77.1- Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla.AGENTS .
vcning service, 6:30 p. m. nacle. ham pastor.
dist Church at 2:30 The
: Sunday. -
j CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- -
i r above leaders were in charge and Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9.3617
Methodist Church LATTES: DAY SAINTS ship, 11 a. m. Training Union, 7
Madison Street ?'ere supported by a large mem Gainesville Fla. Ocala. Fla."
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Services each Sunday in old p. m.. Evening Worship, p. In.
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Sunday I Easter -Early morning Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun Wednesday Prayer meeting 5'L Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla.
i': Delivered by Rev. George W. Lee
Baptist Church worship, 8:30 a. m.; Church day School 10 a. m. Sacrament 7.30 p. m.Everyone. ;.t' ... pastor of Antioch and Calvary For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent
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Srrvicev Each Lord's Day eervice 11 a. m.; M. Y. P.. 6 p. m. -
The Power of Jesus Name. All I 1.
and Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. HIGHLAND NEW RIVER
officers and members of these
Su 'lay School 9:45: : A.M. A nursery will be provided for BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH ,
groups are asked to be present at
both the early and regular morning Sunday School 10 a. nv Worship r j
Morning Worship 11:00 A.'I.rrannj Sunday School 9:45: a. m your nexs regular meeting. Bertis
I services. Hour 11 a. m. Evening: Serve. -
: I'nion Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Robinscn reporter.
6:15 P.M.
; j. Wednesday -Prayer group byWoman's 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each ..' 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eac. Wa'croak School TAKE YOUR CHOICE
Eveningoshrip 7:30 P.M. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
Society. 9:30: a m. Circle Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev.
PRAYER MEETING: I The primary department is
- George pastor. Everybody. d
5 will meet in Fellowship Hall
Wednesday 7:30 PJLNursery I welcome. EVERGREENBAPTIST making progress and expects to
with; Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs.C. CHURCH tr,. transfer to RJE next term. The

Open For All ServicesA S. Haddock as hostesses at 10a. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Pie-school program under the direction -
Cordial Welcome! ExtendedTo m. Story Hour for primary age 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : of Principal M. E. Roberts -

All Who Will Worship With 3:30 p. m.; Prayer meeting and CHURCH m. Preaching.7S< p. m. Prayer WHATZIT? assisted by Amandalene,

rs.I Bible Study, 7:15: p. m., and Sunday )Bible School, 10 a. bfeetint'Wednesdav{ 7:30: p. m. Chandler has a very fine enroll-
Chancel Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m. m.; Morning Worship *1 a. m.: Wednesday Bible :study.. 7:30p. Carlton Jenkins of Lawtey looksin ment and is still cffering a very

I J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor We cordially invite you to worship Evening Service: p. m., and Prayer m. : wondeiment at a mysterious"whatzir good hot lunch program. Patrons WEEK ONLY
meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. that fell out of the sky who have contributed a great deal
with us at all services.
m. John White, pastor. HIWAY CHAPEL and landed ten feet from where to the school lunch are Jessie

ASSRMBLT( OF GOD J'e was mulching his strawberry Mae; Sewell and Mariam Tyson.

FIRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCHLawry G. M. Osborne, Pastor patch Tuesday afteroon March Vegetables meats and fruits are Choice No. 1 Choice No. 2

-- Sunday School: 10 a. m. Morning 12."I always appreciated and will help

A. E Massey Ppateg Worship.:'U .. m. EyangclU. heard a .wh r in: the air and ys .provide a cheaper hot lunch Three Piece Three Piece

Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Bible school, 10 a. In. tic Service 7:45: p. m. Thursday when I looked up I heard something for the children.

Preaching, 11 a. m. weekly prayer service. Invita- fall in a ditch on the otherside All patrons are asked to attend I
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town I PEEL CANE ALUMINUMPORCH
i Evening Service, 7:30 p m. tion extended to everyone. of the fence," Jenkins de- the next regular PTA so that they

Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 Bible Study and Prayer Meet clares. may participate in commencement

ng, 7:x0 pm., Wednesday. Am PARK BAPTIST CHURCH I The approximately two-pound program plans. This may be our SET

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Radio program, 8 to 8:30 a. I Sunday School 9:45;: : a. m.; Morning fragment shows a ragged edge last school exercise so let's makeit SET

n. each Sunday over station Worship 11 a. m. Training .."f the base where it was apparently the biggest and best in the history l-Cane Settee
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. A'RGR Starke. Union 6:45: : p. m. Evening Worship broken from some larger 1 of the school. M. E. Roberts 1:1luminumICane

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A ,' 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer object. It appears to be made of principal, Amandalene Chandler. Tub Chair Chaise Lounge ,
LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. cast metal and is in two parts reporter.

FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU (presently meeting in City Hall) Everyone welcome. about 18 inches long, bolted to- Boy Scout Troop No. 71 1-Cane Basket 2-Aluminum
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., gether. The bolts"and nuts ap- Scoutmaster Booker T. Marshall Chair Folding Chairs

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH worship, 11 a. in.EveningYoung. GRAHAM pea new, and the object which is asking all members to

people's Bible BAPTJS qfURqi frock in the ground when it attend the meeting each Wednesday -

study, 7; preaching 7:30. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning landed had a fresh coat of white :: night. Tryouts for the junior

Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30P. Worship, 11 a. m. Training paint. Measuring about eight inches !. laseball league have started. The '
m. Union 6:30: p. IP- '" entag Wor at the base and tapering to rainy weather has held up prac- I

REVIVAL SERVICES Radio PrOgram- Station ship, 7:30: p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant two inches at the top the hollow I tice but we will get on the ball 0N1Y2995EAC11Sold

ffRGR. Monday, 6:3p a. m. pastor. structure resembles somewhat the soon.Wednesday.
fin on last year's automobiles. March 25, the third
JOHNSTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Carlton is employed with Her- basic course in cubbing and scout-
OF INTER!::ST TO COLORED c\'les' Powder: Co. and grows ng was held at Madison Street

(Between Raiford and Lake Butler strawberries "on the side" at his Elementary Schocl in Ocala, Mr.
( ) CITIZENS OF BR\DFQRD COUNTYJ. home east of Lawtey. Florence was in charge. They On Easy TermsNO
have had wonderful attendance.We .

Sun., April 5 Through Sun., Apr. 12 By Oz0WUaa J. Shell &or an Easter Egg Hunt for the are hoping to start a similar CARRYING CHARGE
children of the community. All program for scout training in
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--... "At.. patrons will be asked to help in Starke and invite Mr. Florence as We Give S & H GREEN STAMPS

Rev. Emanuel J. Morris EvangelistDinner Fiesta Club The PTA heard the financial this program. Principal Mellon- our consultant.
The Fiesta Club will hold its report from Henry Boantho ease Taylor has begun plans fora Early birds are beginning to

regular monthly meeting Friday }las served long and faithfully. commencement program. She think about summer camp. Let's

On The rounds; Sunday, April 5 night at the home of Mrs. Gloria Principal Price made some interesting win be assisted by SupervisorShell. plan now to go to Camp Coaco- FURNITURE CO
Graham. President William Holland remarks concerning thee ochee during July and August. HART

t is asking all members to b : fcthool prpgram and the" plans Lot Anderson Jr. 111. Neal Marshall, reporter.
Public Cordially, InvitedREV. present and on time as business.f spring activities which will include -I A box supper was sponsored American Legion Auxiliary
i vital importance must be "May Day" and com- Wednesday by pupils in the first President Leona M. Royal is 123 E. Call St. STARKE, FLORIDA

D. A. GREEK, Pastor I transacted.Mr. mencement' activities. All' patrons I and filth grades and' was rated calling a special meeting of all
I and Mrs. Jerry Clark' ol are urged to cooperate to the full- very succpssful. Friday night at members of Unit 314 to elect of-

South Starke entertained the last esl.Each 8 p. m. "Little Johnny Ace" and -
meeting and it was enjoyed by all. Saturday some type of his famcus band will play at the
The perfect tribute to 1 Spring is here and it is time for program and out-door selling will school.

fiesta gaieties and fun. Members be held on the campus to help All pupils of Starke and Law- &d( we mean 4'l
a memory are expected to bring in some provide for the spring activitiesand ley, as well as parents are invited .
1 suggestions for the club spring prizes for the contestant tinI I to attend. There will be plenty of

Every funeral that we con and; summer activities. William ner for king and queen of May. AI&vod music, refreshments and l

duct is a source of sustaining Holland, president Gloria Graham plea'was also _made by the principal I fun for the entire family.
solace and spiritual inspira + reporter. that the welfare committee of Principal C. C. Anderson has again 1 irJ"BLE VALUE'J:

tion to the family. c Levites Call Members the school and community contact -i' been named county chairman -
t Supervisor A. R. Randolph is I the board of County Comimissioners jor'our division of the Red

Hundreds of details are managed and economical calling all members of Sons and and make request for!Cross drive. This will be the third
Daughters of Levites No. 641 to :hard surfacing of the road l leading]ear he has held this position and
ly attended to that only a trained and careful ( inae d. All 1. It con mean the bwjinoing of a whole new
attend a very important meeting to the school. During the last) with much credit: ,
organization can perform when the urgent need Gfe ...in a car especially built for people I
lot Allen Chapel AME Church on rainy period the road was a schools, churches civic, fraternaland
for serving is at hand.DeWITT Friday March 27, at 4 p. m. Remember ard. We must protect the haz-I, social clubs are asked to Ererjukfre, the 59 Ford is recognized <*s the

I! this is "Good Friday" dren and good roads for bus I make a donation of not less than World's Most Beautifully Proportioned Car. Yet

I C. JONES and loyal members will turn out travel will help to insure that .;). During the recent heavy rains many people arc just now discovering that lord sa

II I FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE to participate in the service and safety.: Miss J. Albert, reporter. I I the Red Cross was on the sceneto is beautifully proportioned inside as well as out _

PHONES: '''0 4-2600 WO 4-2610 jpeeting. Rev. Randolph is urging RJE News prevent suffering and disaster.
ull members to please attend this Regular PTA meeting will be j I Wherever there is flood famine 2. AJJ of your passengers-including the .
We furnish the sen ice at lowest prices, and '
highest type accept fun-cushioned ride,
meeting as it carries with it a held on, Wednesday April I, at 81a. Hckness or death the Red Cross "man in the middle" get a
ANY life Insurance policy in force issued by ANY company, as I fuR head room, full leg room. .
If "April Fcol"you Help
service significant to the season m. you are an is "on the scene giving help.
f payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation and the organizetian. Some very will cOme ,then 'if not you 1 1 I the Red Cross help you and oth- Eeny seat b.ufuII cpth springing' and cushioning 6. You con expect to save as much as $1 on

carries no obligation. important announcements and reports will wait until 8 p. m. President j ers. Principal Anderson will issue in a Ford. And all seats are high enough so every lank of gas... go more miles between

I must be made at this meeting Levy is asking all members old pin. stickers membership cards you and all your passengers sit normally, ride 08: changes!

so fail not. and new to come out and join in i,and other data to the principals relaxed and comfortably Whether you choose a Six or Thunder rd!
I Carnation Club the April fun. Tickets are now on, and community leaders during V-8, both standard Ford engines thrive oa
LOCAL MANAGER FOR"World's The Carnation Social Saving sale for the groceries valued at this week. 3. You and everyone who rides with you can "rn ular" gas-saving you up to a dollar a
.. enter and leave with ease. ._
Club held a call meeting at the :$20 to be given away.A : lister Holiday keep hats on- can tanlfuL And with Ford's standard f u II-uuw oil

home of the president. Mrs. Wil- reccrd breaking "record hop" '! All pupils of Bradford County Ford door openings are extra ",de. And front filtration, you save on oil changes, too; ,. .

Jim Walter helmena Brooks Monday night to was held on last Friday by the will be excused from school Easter doors staj. open when lOU want them to, thanks_

Corp. complete plans for the musical ,:Senior class at RJE. It was so Friday. better known as "Good to Ford's exclusive 2-stage door checks. 7. You can forget about waxing the. t

"V aster Tea Sunday at RJE cafe- popular that a repeat performancewas Friday."* School will re-open on Diamond Lustre Finish. If A never need it! ,
4. You get a full-sized roof which shades -.r.u.
tcrium. All members of the schedule but had to be can-
holiday ad passengers from the sun. You get a While cars offer finishes which need
churches that have been visited celed.' Coming soon, five oneactplays I many
I Home Builders"WILL full-sized, easy-to-reach trunk, tool! Ford's brand-no- Diamond
Largest by this club and those who will to be presented by the members strongly urged to send pupils to waxing frequently,
Eftrjone has a roof over his head in a Ford. And Lustre brings you a true no-wax finish. ''
leceive visitation later are urgedto of the senior class/-Plan now school so that they may complete)
support this program. A musi- to see these hilarious and dra- the required number of days. Did there's no need to stand on tiptoe to load .. -

I BE IN STARKE cal variety show has been planned matic presentation on F riday,'you know that your child is expected Ford's trunk! 8. And you con expect Fords new\.

which we are sure you will en- April 10.Hampton. to attend school 180 daysduring tremendous savings-right from aluminized Huffier to last twice as long
5. It can mean
} EACH THURSDAY joy. Extra added feature will be School t I the year? Don't keep them the start Because Ford b built for savings, tool! Why not get the Jm'f Ford savings story thb
Easter Parade which will of the attended to baby-sit, wash
the Many pupils j out of school Check the price tag, you'll see! Ford is priced week. Once you do-and bear our double.
show the latest fashions just the funeral of the late Emma 1 clean or scrub. Let them do those
value deal bet will want to join
lowest of the most popular three. And that' -vie you, too,
bcught by "Bunny Rabbit" to Haines at Macedonia Baptist things after school.
I I just the beginning of Ford savings;;_ +ttc big swing to the 59_FosdJ.J
of the
the children community. Church. Rev. Johnson pastor. CHURCH NEWS 1
STARKE CO. Interested adults are also invitedto The man eulogy was delivered by 'Mount Moriah Methodist Church -;" ., r_

participate in the fashion show Rev. G..B Burgman, former pastor Mount Moriah _Methodist So start getting double
12:30; P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. after the tea and musical Don't of the deceased. Several of the l'Church Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor

miss this three-way treat where relatives were released from cus- held regular services on Sunday ?z. the value today in

you will share: TEA-MUSIC and tody of authorities in the countyto starting with Church School at .. THE WORLDS MOST

For Appointments Call FASHIONS. Mrs. Alma Jenkins, attend the final rites.She was 10',a. m. Bro. Robert Dell acting' KAUTJfUUT PROPORTIONED CARS

reporter. laid to rest in the Hampton cemetery -.is Morning_ Worship at 11 a.1+ ".e
JACKSONVILLE EV 7.1141 Collector Thnrston School after a long life of more 'm. Evening worship at 7 p. m. nJDn

The regular PTA meeting was than three score and ten years.. Don't forget the Easter Rally on La.U.

1 STARKE WO 4-5311 held at Thurston School in Lincoln She left a host of relatives and.J J Sunday and Sunrise Service which BE SURE TO ASK US ABOUT OUR DOUBLE-VALUE DEALS. : r'V'fV
City vice-president Essie friends to mourn her loss. Trill start at 5:30: a. m. All members f

"If Ifs A Quality Home Perdue in charge due to the Mrs. Clora B. Clark and family.'/ and community friends are

illness of the president, Louiza wishes to'thank,HughesChestnutand invite! to attend/mr annual Easter MOTORS
/f A Jim 'Walter Home" Brown. We received; a good report all persons in"the county who I""' Sunrise Service. Vera Coleman, TERWILLEGAR

from our president who is not out ,comforted and helped during their.1! reporter.
OTHER OFFICES: of the hospital and well on the ,bereavement. Allen Chapel 1 AME: Church 206 W. Madison St. Starke, Florida Phone WO 4-3381
OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA way to recovery. She celebratedher i Mrs. Trudie Mae Durham is,I Allen Chapel AME Church Rev.
birthday quietly March 22,:planning a call meeting of* the, {. A. Sampson pastor will hold If You're Interested in an Used Car ,- Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer

.1 due to her illness' PTA soon.-io hare-toeFTA':scon-'.Sancay..:drool .at.J.O, a..m. with



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