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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Jaycees Seek To Provide AnswersAt




Meeting In Courthouse Friday j


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Indications are that both sides John Kopelousos Jaycee president -

Gill be well represented at an said the panel would be

moderated by Bob Fmkernagle executive -
open forum meeting in the court-

house at 8 p. m. Friday night director of the Gaines- : .; ii tj'? '! '' '
vill, Chamber of Commerce. Both
May 8, for the of kick-
purpose sides will be given ample oppor- tr+ ri ;
ing around the controversial issue tunity to have their say and : 1
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of natural versus bottled gas. questions will be permitted from I .

Spcnsored by the Starke Jaycees the audience Kopelousos said. I

"as a public service" pur- The public is urged to, attend iT\ 1r

pose of the forum is to air the the meeting and ask any questions _

issue in an effort to help weigh that come to mind in relation -

the relative merits of the two : to either bottled or natural ;
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Official County Publication Established In 1879 I .

U Bishop Retires As Phone HeadIt .

VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY; MAY 7, 1939; NUMBER FORTY-SIX

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was a happy occasion last l Ir:;. Nina Andrews all stock- lake.
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City Awards Gas I I i if f FundsLoalled Murder Cases !I Saturday night when H. A. Bish- : 1 ciders in the corporation now A highlight of the evening was

iIt I Co' president of the Starke Telephone operating the company.
1 I I the presentation to Mr. Bishop
I Co.. retired after 56 years Mr. Bishop started his career

Pipeline ContractTo i To Finance To Be WeighedBy 11 the telephone business. PIC-, with the Bell Telephone Co. in cf a beautiful cake decorated

I tured above with Mr. Bishop at 1903 and brought the Starke Telephone 1ith'mbols of his telephone

the dinner given in his honor in : Co. in 1919. From its hum- teivice.

i the private dining room of the; lie beginnings the company has Several officials of the Bell
Finn Plans Grand
Georgia SYtl Hospital Jury Garden Restaurant are his wife. ,' frown until it new has over 1,500 Telephone Co. were among the

pnd his three children. Mrs. W. Subscribers: in three exchanges. j 1a:ge group of friends attending

Ii I C. Powell H. A. Bishop Jr.. and Siarke, Lawtey. and Kingsley tne dinner.
Brown & Stephens Co. of Atlanta R. E. Edmondson administrator Two cases will await grand Jury i I I

Ga. was awarded a contract of the Bradford County Hospital action when the spring term ot
at $174,579 for installationof : t!'of Circuit Court convenes here I Boosters Club
announced this week the Developer Seeks Easement
the natural gas pipeline in Monday. They are: Meets Thursday i Rights !
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approval of a $6,630 Federal loan :
Starke by City Council at the 4\\ LXit Ella Marie Tucker Negress
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regular meeting Tuesday night. to finance plans and specifications charged with the fatal stabbing of To Install Officers

Reynolds. Smith and Hills of .a for a proposed new hospital William Tyson' Jr., also colored. I I Bradford Boosters Club will meet Water Franchise From CommissionPermission

Jacksonville consulting engineers w ing. i, Leroy Wheeler. Negro youth, and
: his mother, Louise Hagans charged Thursday May 7, at 8 p. m. in B- I I +
employed by the city recommended
Preliminary n : -a;
plans call for six !
that the contract be drawn for with the murder of Emma Haines. HS music room. Officers for the to use county streets ,
completion of the work in 150 semi-private rooms four private Hampton Negress on March 8. coming year will ''be installed and and easements for installation

days rather than the 180 days Keystone Housewife Wins $1,621 rooms and space for adjunct :i Informations have been filed in final plans made for the fish fry end operaticn of a sanitary sewage -
facilities. At
the
present hospitalhas to :be held in conjunction with g t.
previously set. ,Ithe following cases docketed for system in the new Keystone r fi ',
29 beds.Edmondson.
In recommending that the contact action at this term of court: the Spring Football game May Club Estates development in I ;

be awarded to Brown & I "The thrill that comes once in I nejland, near Los Angeles Calif. said that at pres- I Richard C. Smith information 23. outheast: Bradford County was f.y$

Stephens who were 2200.50 over 1 j I a lifetime" came last week to I II I as: her objective. It will be a ent the hospital has a Class C for:' posS siin ot still and still apparatus The fish fry will be for the requested by George D. Wood.Jacksonville 3,

the actual low bid the engineering Mrs. E. T. Martin as she was presented -I family vacation with Mr. and Mrs. priority for Hill-Burton funds designed for manufacture purpose of raising funds toward developer at the .t.
I with a check for $1,621 as' Martin and their sons Dickie 8. t tof moonshine whiskey. the July payment of the electric Monday morning meeting of the
firm stated that their comprehensive Lut that this priority might ad- F. .
studies of qualifica- top prize winner in a contest r 1 t[ end Johnnie 12. who plan to Charles Eugene Carter Jack' Scoreboard. Board of County Commissioners.Mr. .

tions of the two companies revealed -! sponsored by Arnold Bakeries of I I leave around July 1 for a visit in V' nce 'if'some county with a Harold Manning and John Howard Wood also requested a franchise :; k.:4

that the low bidder did Florida Inc. Presenting check to :I Illinois and thence to California. higher priority dropped out of Bates information for transportation to operate a water systemfor : :

'. not have sufficient experience to 'i Mrs. Martin is Jos. de Holczer,I To win her prize Mrs. Martin the picture. The present outlookis of moonshine whiskey. Citizens Group the subdivision which will ..,
the sales told in 25 words she served Hardenbrook-Jr., information tEyes'Tax'Split ,
to an efficient job. I company's manager. why that it will be about two ,yearsbeforehehospital.would Tommy embrace more than ;1,000 acres i 't' .. # vc
Bids were received on the work The contest prize was a vacation Arnold Brick Oven Products to for transportation of ; :inrhiding( ;>.:.th"oIdK] es'
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,.. March 12 and- veral were"below fOE'. 'Os.anywher&-in. the U. her family--*Fhefe?were J.around -be eligi-1 liloonshtne'whiSkeyBetty : 7 Heights Country Club property: .a i .;

the estimated cost of 188700. I S. With her two young sons in 7.GOO entries in the contest, which ble for federal matching funds. Bernard. information for The Commissioners assured Mr.

In other business the council!I mind, Mrs. Martin selected Dis- was for the State of Florida. Edmondson said but could be obtaining narcotic drugs by-fraud. Wood that Bradford County is '

received a complaint on noise at much sooner than that. I William Smart and Ronald The Citizens Committee ap- progressive minded and welcomesnew

the Bradford Engineering Co.! The planning funds are to be Smart information for breakingend lx'inted by Sen. Charley E. Johns development. His requests I George D. Wood

plant on Cherry St. Spokesman I) Hobbs Named Building Permits paid back if the addition is built.but. entering. end Rep. Doyle E. Conner to review -l' h \\'ever.ere referred to County
i agreed it would have to stop
for several citizens who live in'' do not have to be repaid if' I Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. for pro-
the needs of three county '
the expansion is not consummated. : study before definite action is 'vfding: pipe for culvert on roads
the neighborhood J. E. Hold $4,860 In Bonds
was
; boards and make recommendations ..taken. I into private property for at least
=.n. He said the noise at night is'| Hampton PrexyTeacher Top 58 Figure I ,
as to the division of local J J The proposed new development the remainder of the current
from delivery of rock. The council I\ Edmondson said the board of Are Forfeited
race track funds has been hold- in which from 5.500 to 6300homesites tudget year. It is estimated the
instructed City Clerk Carl Johns' trustees is scheduled to enter intoa
I ing a series of meetings this week. will be lies between ;i baying of pipe for culverts is costing -
platted -
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to write the company asking that appointments and a Buil, :ng permits issued by the contract with a Gainesville At Plea '
Day The three-boards concerned are the county around $5.000 or
SR 100 and SR 21. about a
of Starke the architectural firm to draw
eliminate first plans
steps be taken to as City during
principal for Hampton were I
approved .
the County Commissioners, the mile west of $6,000 annually and this fund has
much of the noise as possible.A I four months of 1959 totaled $393- for the proposed addition. The county's coffers were enriched Keystone Heights. ;
.by the School Board at its School Board and the Bradford i An extensive 'already been exhausted for this
campaign
promotion
ccmplaint was received from I 650, an increase of $166,637 over I by 64 persons' who chose 1 I
Monday morning meeting. County Hosjjiial, Board.At I. is to sell homes to : )foar.
planned retirement -
business establishments on N.I the amount issued during the same Rotarians Hear not to show up for Plea Day in I :
Temple Ave. concerning the unsightliness James Hdbbs Starke Junior period in 1958. County Judge's Court last week I the present time the Hospital couples in the North as The Board received a petitionfor

of an automobile body\ High teacher and basketball coach, The biggest items in this year'spermits Talk On Schools fond forfeited $4.860 in bonds. Board gets the first $15.000of I well as other homeseekers in closing a street tc Santa Fe

chop in their vicinity. City attorney will be principal of Hampton include three for new construction Judge T. A. Yawn dismissed 16 race track money coming to; the area. The homes will be built Like in the Indian Beach Sub

A. J. Thomas Jr. was instructed School to replace Mrs. Ola Mae on city schools that total i A talk on new procedures now i charges any levied fines or jail the county with the remainder as sold. | Division and it was filed for

to remind the owner of ; $210,000 and one for constructionof .being used in elementary school i 1 sentences totaling $1,382 or 641 divided 40 per cent to the County* In another matter. the Board future action.Brownlee.
Perkins when she retires at the
the ordinance requiring that such 11 houses in the Parkwood development -I l i education was given Wednesdayat days against 33 persons who entered Commission and 60 per cent to

conditions must be hidden or close of this school term. I on West Pratt Street the Rotary Club by P. T. Noun I guilty pleas to their charges. the School Board.

eliminated Teachers approved for South for 110000. principal of Starke Elementary I Several persons charged with The Committee will meet again I Gas Pipeliners Sells.

Riley Wasdm. power plant manager Site Elementary, of which Tom I During 1958, 42 residential and School. The program was in I passing ,bad checks had the Friday afternoon to draft its

was authorized by councilto Casey will .be principal are Mrs.: six commercial permits totaling charge of C. H. Quick.J. charge Dismissed after they paid final recommendation: John A.' I

take whatever steps he found Jeanette Allen former Waldo $470.200 were issued. The six M. Vickers of Hercules Pow- court costs and made restitutionon Torode is chairman of the group'Are Pulling OutI PlantRecent

; for keeping the commercial permits represented der Co. was welcomed into the the checks. rith members F S. Smith. S. G. Bigham
recessary ; pumps Mrs. Carolyn Canova who
teacher
I the lowest annual number in the club Most of the fines and forfeitures L. andi
at the two city wells in good as a nemember at this Denmark E. Matthews
eiating condition.Jim op- taught at Lawtey 'Mrs. Betty S..I last four years. The highest number meting resulted from traffic charges. i Mrs. Leila Mundy. I Construction Company!, property transactions m
19 in 1956. I
issued
was
Sargent, former BHS teacher and
Hope Electric of Gaines- I There 95 residential has finished laying the 16-inch; the county are headed Dy the sale
were permits
Lucille "
Mrs.
'i1l('. law bidder on electric work I -Mrs---- -Laurie-- Mulling. issued in 1954, but Ibis number : ':" -' natural gas line from Brooker to of the former Bigham Enterprises; :,
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at. Hampton and BHS schools Payne and Mrs. Kate Sheppard steadily decreased in following .l Jacksonville and most of the crew in Brooker to the three partners

vas denied a permit for doing the I who were Starke Elementary years to a low of 41 in 1957. A will be leaving Starke today, according I cf Florida State Hatcheries in

work since he was not licensed in I teachers. I f| sharp rise in the category Is anticipated 7t to K. A. Heiker, office Gainesville.

Starke. Mr. Hope did not take the j this with manager for the company. I
Board members also planned a during year J. Milton Brownlee, Gainesvillefeed
examination given in April. meeting with school bus drIvers'for contractor J. D. Warren planning Reiker said a clean-up crew oli .
dealer who
recently purchased -
Council approved the purchaseof 9:30 Friday, May 15.: to build 70 houses! m his FarkwooO about. 25 men will remain here for
the in foreclosure
property a
metal forms, at $373.70 used development alone. I another three weeks to put finish i
sale sold it to Fred U. Coats AI
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in laying sidewalks. The forms -. :ng touches on the job. The remainder -
5 G: Livers, and Rotfcrt M. Adler tor
Graham "
will last indefinitely" and eliminatethe Dodd of the crew is to
| moving
three.
69 Have AppliedFor $40.550. These men are associated -
repeated cost of lumber Sanford to
start work on a 20
I in, busine&i ffl the,Gainesville -
and can be used to lay 100 feet at Are SelectedFor ,. mile stretch of 10 and IZ.inch "
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one time. i Gas Service ......"' -f.#..... '.' pipe. hatchery"concern.
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Coats said Tuesday that tne
1 ,:i. ;' Reiker said the Starke crew has
State ? '
Boys : '. r poultry houses, kt, Brooker wouldbe
From City completed clearing right-of-way
RED I I + 8tir. used for the tr1 !mg of about
SILK on the eight inch pipe that a to
John FDodd of Keystone be laid from Brooker to Gainesville -, 40.000 feeder pullets on a rotating

Heights and William H. (Hank) Sixty-nine applications for natural r but he did not know when:basis. He said the group planned -
III have len selected to gas service had been returned I to install a teed mixer m the
STOCKINGSJUNIOR Graham tire pipe would oe put in.
represent Bradford High School at I to City Clerk Carl Johns by existing feed null and use it for

the 1959 session of' Florida: Boy's noon Tuesday. Johns said about 't its own purposes. He said the

State in Tallahassee.The 1,500 applications had been mailed Softball League mill would not be used to mix

WOMAN'S American U ;lon. Department out. feed for retail sale.

CLUB of Florida annually sponsors| Johns said many persons had s w'1': t Games ScheduledGarden Cost said he expected to em-
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Florida Boys State 'but other or-i I called or come into his office asking ploy about: four or five BrooXer
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the service before 4
Variety Show ganizations are encouraged to par-, information on Restaurant edged Maintenance people on *< permanent basis and

fcipate.? clearing the candidates cations.they completed their applI- : r Shop 5-1, and Co. C beat would! probably use additional help

through the local posts. The I ; Development Commission Zb-Z3 m,nt various times.
Elementary RebootCafetorium The Starke Jaycees have arranged -
Starke Eotary Club and Yost M i. at the r x' the Softball League games played Other sales recorded tecenUy include -
for a pUblic meeting '
annually sponsor two (boys at the here Tuesday night Epps was!! :
courthouse Friday night at !z<
event the pitcher for Garden, Two of land on Lake
Fri winning parcels
Sat. 8 9
May o'clock at which time an attempt
Boys State this year will be I ., I find Crosby for Co. C. A home run Geneva, (lying m both Bradford
will be made to clear up ques-
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8:00 P.M. held June 21-27, when boys from tions on the subject. Representatives was scored by Ray Goldwire or and Clay Countys), sold to '1 hornas -

ell sections of the state will carryout of natural gas and bottled the Garden team. I R. and Delia H. McGeaee by

all functions of government gas distnbutors are scheduled to Junior Club Included in 'the Red Silk Stocking Chorus arc Ann neU. In the only game played on John F. and Floe, Fredrtitsson lot

I taking the )basic laws and pro- appear in an effort to give full Mary Louise Bachman. Jackie Prrtatt Aberrrombie, Judy : April 30, Garden whitewashed Development $3 .OOO on April 6.

I jcedure of government in Florida information on tooth sides of the Xoegel, Shirley: Johns, Barbara Henderson, Geri_ Criffb. Jo Ann Commission 25-0. Twenty-five acre west of Law-

This Space Contributed 1 las I a guide. question.Children's. Variety Show Rowe, and Loube Stern. I Schedule for the -week of May tey sold to Henry_Thomas Flannl-

Weekly to Publicize 7-14: gan and Wilma E. Hannagan by

Community Events by Post 56 To Meet Friday Saturday"Red May Keystone vs. Waldo at Ben and Edith Melvin for W.&W.

GroupTo beauties, in, the_ red silk stocking,I,well-known acts from Jack Keystone Heights. Residence on Church Street m
chorus the show will feature aruen's 'I sonville. I May 8-Waldo vs. Development
I of American Elect OfficersThe
THE COMMUNITY The regular meeting Silk Stockings." the Junior Starke, s fd by Ada and WilmaAlexander
Legion Post 56 will be held at Cha-Cha number and several Starke's own Gene Norman and :I j Commission.

STATE BANKOF 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Legion Bradford County Children's Woman's, Club, annual variety professional acts. his Rockin Rockets will also be May 12-Keystone vs. Co. C: De- for to 14000.beat -CaUiertne

Temple Ave. Commander Committee will meet at noon. show will be presented in the Tommy Tucker, radio and television featured velopment Comm. vs. Maintenance Lyon
STARKE home on ; personality will MC the I' Tickets at $1 for adults and 50 Shop. Sixty acres ,south of.Theressa
Harry Rabb states that several Monday in the Methodist Fellowship St&rke Elementary School cafe- I '
important items are to be dis- Hall for the regular meeting.PS torium Friday and Saturday May show: which will include Mars,rents for children may be purlchased May 14-Garden Restaurant Vi.I .\\J. by Georgia I. Denmark to

(Member F.D.I.C.) nissed. and urges; all members I well as election and' installation 3-9. at 8 p. m. the Magician a modem dance,I from any Junior Club I Waldo: Keystone vs. Development Penn Investmtntvlac-

and veterans to attend. I of new officers. In addition to the. bevy of team, and a Viennese ballerina,,member or at the door. 1 Comm. I vi11e, for 49,000. __+

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Eighth Jadklai Clrcnlt Of Fkrl.da j
editorial i----------- Family Reunion Sunday Frankie Jean Key cf Hampton J Saturday.Mrs. la A.d Fr Bradford {'Oil."

ir Farmers Diary Mrs. Bill Underwood of Hampton Lake her daughter. Buddy Single- Frank Hicks and sister of : .\XO T LAW.

r i Lake celebrated Mother's ton, who had spent the previous Jacksonville visited their'parents, Hardy Brothers :Motor CASE Company.HIWj

il By Sam McCarrry 1 1TFA Day a week early when her five week here drove the younger Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox on Mon- Incorporated. Plaintiff VS. TruN

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banquet by being made an 1 family dinner and reunion for while their parents and Larry ]hospital for a few days last week, Notice NOTICE Is OF hereby SIIERrFr-jf given !S that\M .

a nationwide appeal Postmaster General Ar- l.cnorary member of the Bradford 1 the first time in 25 years. made the three-day boat trip |tut is now at home convalescing. ]P. n. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradfoii j
: I end Starke Chapters. It's a plea- Present for the reunion at the around the peninsula to Ft. My- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall and ('(>un1y. Florida under and by11
thur E. Summer-field declared that the Amer- I sure now to acknowledge the hon1 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. Underwood 1 family of Live Oak visited here tue of a writ of execution heret..
(fore issued out of the abO>e entitled
ican public can do much to halt the nation's half- I or and to thank the boys and Siinday May 3, were Mrs. Louise ers.Mrs.. A. C. Dennison and Carl, Saturday: with Mr. and Mrs. K. Court. in the above tys: >

billion-dollar a year traffic in mail order obscenity. I their advisors.. We know of no Hogan cf Hampton Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Key and ]B. Watterson. On Sunday Mr. j cause, have levied, situate! upon lying the and\<-
lowing property
better organization in the coun- Mrs. Leon Roberts and son James children made the trip to St. i and Mrs. Frank Hardin of Jacksonville i l...ine in Bradford County, Florida

I try. and no finer group; of young cf Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. Augustine with them last week, visited with the K. B. tP'wit:

Appealing for public support in his intensified men. :Nathan Roberts of Gainesville, rr d made short trips in the boat. Watterson and M. L. Watterson one lot 4JO feet North by S nH
East by W*t (errnt <
war, on'the "barons of obscenity who are brazenly ;Mrs. Hattie Williams and son PersonalsMr. i families. and 840 1 aM'eIn feet Southea! !t 'orn.

violating our homes and soliciting our chil- The tobacco in the county is The citrus trees we planted are !Ccrdell of Savannah Ga., and and Mrs. Hal C. Sessionsof Visiting here last week with lying in the out "t of o''n'S ''
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growing good and all it needs of the STW'i of the
Lester Roberts of Savannah Ga.,
dren, the Postmaster General said, "The people now is some warm nights for it doomed. Last week we had that Austin. Minn. are the parents ;Jlr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and thin 1*. Township 7 South, Rang;
his and
and daughter-in-law .
themselves hold the final answer because they to jump to waist-high in few old citrus expert Foster Shi son of a son, Hal Cory, born Friday family were Mr. and Mrs. Madiscn 21:! Ea t.
up a *
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roberts and of the above nm 'd
Smith here and after looking at April 24, in Austin Minn. He* ie of Titusville.Mr. athe: property
can put these merchants of filth out of busi- weeks. One of the best we saw is Laughter Pamela of Pennsylvania, defendant and that on the 1st '\,"
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and Mrs. Bob Faile of
the trees. Foster said we had weighed nine pounds eight oun-
the planting of Mr. Ward out tilt }
ness. on Mr. and Mrs Underwood, and of June. 195* between
planted them in land that was ces at birth. Mrs. Sessions is the Jacksonville spent the weekend '
the old road to Lake Butler. John McKinney of Graham. hours of sale namely eleven'in "
How can-parents help in the war on obscenity? f poorly drained. We're going to Hampton Pastor at former Marian Johns daughterof litre with the Raleigh Brannens. the forenoon and twoin

By taking three steps if obscene mail or adver- The weeds and grass are catch- fellow his suggestion and plant Bayless Highway Revival Mrs. Wallace Collins of Hamp the the South afternoon Poor of on the said Court da Hi, .

.ng up with the berries and we again en higher ground. and seer Bradford Parents tark@ Pradford County'', FJa '
tising soliciting- sale appears unordered in Rev. W. P. McElroy pastor of ton.Mr. in

the homer! mailbox: understand that in some cases the hat happens.'S. Hampton Baptist Church, is and Mrs. Cahrles Snowdenand Would Get $300 H., the I will hisheft offer bidder for sale for ann,-ahb "

growers are selling the fruit on r-vangelist for a week of revival ) children of Gainesville were .mt. the above wrlbed pr.." .
Under
1. Save all materials received, including envelope a: "you pick them for 25 centsa Had a nice visit with Mr. and meetings at Bayless Highway Sunday visitors at the home of Option Bill of said defendant. to satisfv ,.I"

*'and all enclosures. quart" basis. It's a good deal Mrs. James Adkins over at Hamp- Baptist church this week con- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown near Bradford County parents wouldreceive execution.p. P ; REPPWt! Sheriff or R> ''d.

for the buyers because they get ton last week. They have a fine tinuing through Saturday evening Hampton. ford County. Florida
$300.47 child
2. Report the matter immediately to your the. berries cheap and it's good farm flocated on the old Hamp- May 9. Charles Prevail son of Mr. and toward the education annually of their per chil- 4:10:: 4t

local;postmaster, and turn the materials over to for the growers, too for this has ton-Starke road] and a good Rev. Samuel Cuthbert of Parkcf Mrs. J. B. Prevail of Hampton dren in private schools accordingto

been a bad season financially. pj rden, despite the fact that Mr. spent last weekend in Daytona
him. Or< you may mail in your complaint and the Palms was guest speakerfor the parent option plan now under -
evidence if.you wish. a Arikins is starting to feel his age. both Sunday morning and Beach with friends from the Uni- consideration by a legislative

Is this going to be a good season : Old timers in Lawtey may remember evening services at the Hampton \e1 sity of Florida. committee. COMBINEYOUR

:t: Stand ready to'sign a formal complaint and for other fruit? It is too much this couple for they church with special music sup- Mrs. W. N. Brown of Green
The plan is being advanced in
testify if criminal action should be necessary. to ask that we have another year were married there 63 years ago. plied Sunday evening by :Mr. and Cove Springs was a luncheon
to make it
like the last one when plums She was an Andrews, and has theo Mrs. Paul Travis of Orlando. The guest Friday at the home of Mrs.J. an effort financially

The Postmaster General stressed that public pears and persimmons bore with <1d, but pretty first name of Brotherhood was in charge of W. Home and also visited possible for. parents who object to

such abundance. This year cur little Pcncy. prayer meeting Wednesday eve- other friends here. Mrs. Brown racial integration to withdraw
cooperation is particularly important at this time
their children from desegregated
trees have only a small amountof .
mug this week. lived in Hampton for
because the Federal Government is armed witha fruit many years public schools.
and we wonder if others And 'DIU Circle Organized .snd built the house where Mr.
speaking of Hampton it
new law that makes it possible to prosecute mail have the same prospects. The non-sectarian private edu-
Hampton Baptist WMU organized and Mrs. Arnold Childs lives.
certainly is one of the prettiest now
order filth dealers in local area courts. Formerly S. cations would be financed by an-
t towns in the country. While we a second circle on Thursday Mrs. L. A. Hall of Hampton helda
,. they could be prosecuted only at the point of We planted male and female vere there a group of young afternoon last ,,week April 30, district OES school of instruction nual spent grants equal to child the amount the BILL
per year per by
origin pf this.material usually a few big cities white scuppernong grape .vines tirls and boys were singing in end members voted to name the in Gainesville en Thursdayof public schools of each county.

where obscene mail dealers have taken sanctuary aoout eight years ago and the parts I rehearsal fcr graduation! rew group the Marie Wisner Cir last week. On Tuesday she The sums vary from $47046 in
r-ale vine has
done
but the
behind legal technicalities, and liberal court in- fine and it sounded mighty pretty. (ie. Lave; instruction to OES members Glades County to $251.78 in Pasco.
female has done but
nothing just *
terpretations what is and is not obscene. with .5 Mrs. K. B. Watterson was elect- in Micanopy and on Satur- The state' average is $291.78.
stay alive the consequencethat
ed circle chairman. Mrs. W. P.
It is she attended homecomingfor
interesting to watch the day a
Now under the law distributors of ob- we've had no grapes. This McElroy, program chairman and Union County would receive
new. "randies" on the pine trees as Frances Gray in Jacksonville
year the female vine is growing 334.66 per student under the
:Mrs C. L. Cooper, secretarytreasurer. -
scenity can be prosecuted in the communities they form regular leaves. We're Beach. .. LOANSUP
and now we're hoping for the The circle will meet on the program, and Clay County $284.-
where- the material is received and where the best. And how we love the _white. rrateful for the new growth, as third Thursday afternoon of each Mrs. A, Ix Sullivan of Ocala 66. TO
damage is done. souppernongs! the trees around our home are all xisited here last week for several

S. pines and they do give some month. days with her sisters Mrs. T. F.
The chosen to honor Negro SentencedFor $600
name was
e In addition to criminal prosecution, the Post While fertilizing and cultivating cl; .ade. the George Wisners missionary Brown and Mrs. J. J. Brannen.

Office around that vine Sam kneeled in Mrs. J. A. Milligan and Mrs. Non-Support
Department can take administrative, action family in Brazil which the Hampton -
through its General Counsel's office in a hill of "fire" ants and a few moments While we weretalking this Baptist church helps to sup- Chauncy of Ocala spent Satur-
many later he dancing week, Alice said: "Sam close day here, and Mrs. Sullivan returned Ollus Kirksey, Alabama Negro *
by moving to bar materials from was port. Eight women attended thefirst
cases smutty ycur chimney!" She explainedthen home with them. was handed a one year suspended
around like wild And
the U. S. mails. Here, again, prompt reportingby a man. that she meant him to close meeting last week at the Mr. prison sentence by Circuit Court
mad! "You got no more sence church. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, Mr.
the public can speed investigation by postal his mouth but declined to admit Judge G. L. Patten on Tuesday.
than a blue-bellied Yankee, h: Graduating Class Feted end Mrs. Leaston Forsyth Mrs.
inspectors, and bring faster corrective action. said to himself. an error, claiming that the place Mrs. Ola M. Perkins principal Ina Knight and son Ronnie visited Kirksey, charged with nonsupport "Folks" Find UsFriendly"

S. she designated was in fact where the Oscar Sparkman and the ; was allowed to returntc
"The American people cannot afford to be the hot air entertained the eighth-grade Alabama to work on the condition -
complacent Sam was honored at the recent came from. How cana graduating class of Hampton Gus Greens in Lochloosa Sunday.
man win! that he send $7.50 every
about filth in the mails because dealersin Elementary School with a lawn Mrs. Charles Hicks, Mrs. Milton week to
contribute to his
family'ssupport.
smut no longer serve only a few adults," Mr. Znnltmnyytymtmy1' party at her home at 1320 East Misner, Miss Nell Williams, LOCAL FINANCE

Summerfield notes. "They brazenly solicit Call St., Starke, last Friday evening Mss. Amelia Williams and Miss

teenagers and even'young children, sending their O fOf May 1. Brenda Lott attended the Baptist The by Negro Alabama was police pickec and up recently COMPANY
((1AMPT01( returned -
material indiscriminately and without conscience ; : Twemy present included members YWA "extravaganza" in Oca- here by Deputy Jimmy
of the class, their invited la last Tuesday.A. .
into our home mail boxes. Hamilton to face the
: charges
a By Mm. D. E. inn guests Mrs. Foster Lott and Mrs. C. Dennison was taken to Bradford warrant. on 116 N. Walnut street'

Public complaints are vital to prosecution, the The AAAAA.uAL4AAA..A&.&IIBrenda E D. Allen who assisted the hostess Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville (2 Doors From Post Office)
and Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Postmaster eneralpoint&out, because the "filthfactories" cn Monday of this week for aseries NEW RIVER'
; Forsyth and .J Uo""'Payne and two children. Marty
Past of.'tests; Mrs.' :Marguerite Hall, Mgr.
take advantage. BAPTIST
of"one. of the. nation'smost Kothelle Jones Wed and Becky, and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. CHURCH

'cherished privileges to carry on their trade Miss Brenda Forsyth of Starke. The girls were all presentedvith M.Mrs.R. Misner R. H. Parker and Mrs. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship PHONES
drove
the uncensored letter which is not subject, and Rothelle Jones of Hampton bead necklaces while the : on Tuesday of to this Jacksonville week.- 1 Hour 11 a. m. Evening Servo WO 4-0101 and WO 4-0111
e. p. m. Prayer Meeting eac-.
to inspection. Those praising Bradford Coun-, 1\ere married Friday afternoon boys each received an identifi- Mr. and Mrs. Misner and son 7:30
Wednesday,
May 1, in cation bracelet from Perkins p.m.
ty agriculture 25 years ago had a a single-ring wedding Mrs. -

The Post Office Department has examples slogan, "Where Soil Rewards; ceremony at the home of the Rev.L. as a momento... of the, occa-- .

where teenagers wrote away for auto parts and Toil." To prove that the soil in D. Haines in Starke. sion. Liavia Allen, a member 01

received obscene. material in return: of youngsters the county would grow bigger: The bride the daughter of Sei- the class furnished music with ahifi

who. wrofe in for, model-airplane catalogs vtgtables than other places there i ber Forsyth :wore for her wedding record player. Refreshments -
were on exhibition in the Telegraph a white, satin-under-Iace ballerina of soft drinks punch, tuna
orr a set of stamps and later received advertise-
sandwiches potato chips and as-
three turnips grown by W. length dress white accessories,
ments of film portraying s .and.perversion. C. Prather that totaled 18 poundsin ; and a corsage of red rosebuds. ccrted: cookies were served. lwn n.. ik

Evidence, is also weight. Also on display at the Present for the ceremonw were Birthday Celebrated
being;, assembled concerning Tim Roop, sort of Mr. and Mrs.
the
same time was an oddity raised 1 bridegroom's family Mr. and
correspondence clubs that have been formed by by W. W. Thomas of Brooker. It Mrs. Raleigh Brannen and son; Joe Roop celebrated his eleventh

men and women who have answered ads placedin was 30 small ears of corn growing Ardel and Mrs. Nora Layfield. birthday with a party at his ONLY 3 Days Left To Shop For Mother's Gift on May

various magazines promoting, exchange, of on the same stalk. After a wedding trip to St. Augustine home Friday evening. May 1.

letters between "liberal minded persons." The the couple will make their Twelve people were present for 10 --- Our Shelves Loaded
are with Gifts at
and refreshments of cake, Lovely
initial' correspondence was harmless, but succeeding Two business changes taking; home in Hampton }jn an apart- eames
place in Starke during May of! rent in the home of Mrs. Jessie ice cream and cold drinks.
: letters became.more/and more obscene. Purchase Shrimp Boat
1934 Chastain.
were the sale of Carpenter's; Jacksonville Prices!
Drug Store to Mr. and :Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Singleton
"I son making this'special appeal now, Mr. Cemetery Cleaning:
children of'Ft. Myers spent
aid
A. Brown of Jacksonville arid 1
All
parties interested in
SantaFe
Summerfield declares "because I believe that increasing week and
the remodeling of the Checker- the weekend here last ,
Cemetery asked to
public awareness of the problem, as wellas board Store for Floyd Pearce of f with a cemetery are cleaning Saturday help Mr. and Mrs. Singleton and Lar-

the.new laws and growing cooperation by news- Lake City, who planned to opena morning. May 9. ry returned home Monday on the CANDY'S DANDYAND

papers,and other. public media in publicizing the beer parlor. Mrs. Mary Watterson has an- shrimp boat they purchased at ,

.
.0 5 St Augustine.The
problem have given us an unparalleled opportunity ,
rounced.thafc
there are not funds
now to eradicate this social and moral blightupon' the It cottage is interesting to know that t in the treasury to have the work lost by new fire boat last is month to replace in one the 1 o AND MOM JUST LOVES IT!
which /
prayer meetings
done. I
the nation. Several
graves have caved Mr.
Ft.
Mexico off Myers.
.. seine churches have recently 'n. she said and need fixing. Gulf of will We Have A Complete Line Of
: Marklee Norman
This is instance where., ,,individuals started again were also popular and Mrs.
one we, as All willing to with Mr. WIiiTMANS'1i01LlNGSlt'ORThI
help boat
25 years The are to meetat go out on the
ago. Telegraph reported -
can be a definite force in stamping out a growingevil. that "A large ,crowd Santa Fe Cemetery Saturday Singleton- ri AND NUNALLYS

If we fail to cooperate when an opportunitysuch tf' 1ded..the prayer.meeting at,the morning, with lawn mowers and While here, the Singletons visit

as this.presents itself then we have no right l, IUe.Of .Mr. and Mrs. Thornton. ; other workingtools, to clean it: ed -with Mrs. Nita Johnson; IS41s.WR From $$1.00 to $$10.00In

complain( about lax law enforcement! or i in- of'; Heilbrqnn ..Springs." -. ,

-. stances of duty-shirkipgonthe. part of others. ., r

Starke citizens had an, especial. Beautiful, Mother's Day Boxes
interest 'in the.program broadcast ,

f'.om radio -station W R .U P..
Brings On; More Talk {CRy? RALJ"'IIJ':
: Gainesville]on May 24, 1934 be-

: The caUse Mrs.:George B..Flynn sang NOW -. A Complete Line of FABERGE COSMETICS forMother's

: petition from a property' owner's group accompanied; by Mrs. E._L. Biggs..

0 asking for the. closing,of. a public-access road to Mrs. Flynn was billed as a "POP- Day

Silver Lake will undoubtedly "bring on ,more ular soprano" and sang Blue Prelude DON'T FORGET

talk Old Spinning Wheel Little
A
Gift For
The Home
Dutch Mill. Orchids in the Moon-

While fully in sympathy with any lake resi- iiI'ght, and After 'Sundown. r p

dent, if it can be proved that he is being subjected 054 VACATION CONTEST; ELECTRICFRYING
NO. 1
to a public nuisance, we must also consider the The little city of Hampton was

: fact that there are many citizens who are not dealt' a harsh blow late in Mayof PANReg.
1934 when the HamptonHotel
: fortunate enough to own property on a lake and burned ? ,
to
the. ground. The large 19.95
must dependent on public access roads.if theyare two-story .frame, building "was. CLOSES MAY 16r 1959

to, enjoy the, wholesome recreation that our enmassed in flames by the. time Mother's Day Special!
,
lake afford. the Starke fire department, could -


... With the whole county becoming more, recreation make the to the seven-mile Telegraph's run,reportof according : Ask our:Advertisers for cash receipts. Only \ Only NEW IDEAS .

.
-minded, and moving toward a countywide the happening. -

program in this area: the closing of our. lakes to Although 'nearly buildings were :those receipts dated-after April: 13th, will 59-5 NEW DESIGNS

: the pu lic..would seem a step that is contrary saved, approximately $1000, in ALL PRICES

: '. to these, objectives. On the other hand, if the plate: glass windows were cracked, accepted... Be sure name and address.is \

privileges afforded by the public access roads from the intense heat.
are
: J Owner and operator of the ho- enclosed'with receipts.NATIONAL From 5c
abused
..v. *beilig.. aif.the.Problem,.'remedial l steps must be. taken. te.. L. A. Johns said he believed to $1.00

is approached in a spirit of mut- the fire started from a faulty
'
: { urU.. cooperation, some satisfactory solution will flue. Furniture from the ground
floor was saved but I
upstairs furnishings -
undoubtedly be found. were destroyed. The Prescriptions are our main business Three'Registered Druggists to

building and
tiolly covered contents by .insurance.were par- RADIO MONTH serve you. Phone WO 0-4401 for FREE DELIVERY SERVICE.KOCH'S .

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. .
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: EST. Bill Maybe we should not brag

.' ; at-out "our paper" but 25
years
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY SEWS-
'it ago the State Press Association

: PAPER PUBLISHED: COXTINOCSLT: awarded' the Telegraph two of the Mighty 1490 DRUG STOREII
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t"Sl'1tR: THE SAME MASTHEAD. four prizes awarded to papers of -
".tl1'U'.'EacI 't"L,an* Entered a4 **..* e.... Matter under 1,200.circulation. They were
..at ike. P._t ?U let. at Starke. Fl*. ..a>r Act .t Mar. S, I9ra,
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TtffTTTTTTYYYTTTTYT TTTTtBROOKER Baptist Church over the weekend. Betty Ann Simmons Helen Kel- van Mrs. Mann and Miss Kay Stanley Crawford family and R. AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH hou e d'.'w on the firM Mondav. in l'1I.\HLtS A.of DAnr.v Bradford
Month of June, 1!!59. which i. the 1 Clerk of Circuit Court
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stokes and ley: and Lucretia Ccmmbee enjoyed Elzey. N. Crawford family Sunday af- Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morn day tit June. 195*. County. Florida. I

on of Jacksonville visited his boating and swimming at Lake Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. I I ternoon. ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Fated this 27: day of April lSi> 430 it 511

mother. Mrs. H. E. Stokes, Sun- Butler lake Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mary Willis of Bell, is visiting her I We were sorry to hear that Mrs. Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Wor-

day afternoon.Mr. G. W. Davis was the Saturday daughter and family for a few I Sadie Lucente formerly of this ship, 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer

By Barbara Sue Davis and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. luncheon guest of Mr. and community suffered a heart at i Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

laaaJ<&/11&A&IUUUI AA.&. and children and friends of Mrs. Mack Howard of Starke. days.Mrs.. Lamar Hall was the inspiration tack. The report said she was I Everyone welcome.

Gainesville Gainesville enjoyed a picnic near Visitors at the G. W. Davis for a lovely bridal getting along well. Mr. and Mrs. I :::' Pruning Cavity Work
Mrs. Mike Tilghman of -
Ilomasassee River, recently.Mr. home during the weekend were :]lower given last Tuesday night Cecil Crawford Sr. visited her I NOTICE OP APPLCTIOFOR Tree Removal
visited Mrs. S. M. Mott Monday TAX Otto Bracing
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler and at the community center. recently. They also visited Mr.
: and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. I 9re. 191.11 P. S. I TSAPP'S* Transplanting
j I of Starke Mr. and Mrs. De-Mossing
children The party room was decoratedwith and Mrs. Gussie Wolfe while in 1
Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott and ;I and children. Rev. and Mrs. Temple Notice Is hereby given, that
Dewey Stokes and son of Jacksonville and Estimates
Jacksonville.Miss Inspection
i spring flowers lillies, bells JOSEPH GU1IBEK the holder of Free
children of Gainesville were and children, Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Crosby of Key the following certificates has filewrsaid
sun-I and and white streamers.The .
green Yvonne
day guests of Mrs. S. M. I Wilson Green and children, Re- West and Betty Ann Simmons of Gaskins spent the certificates for a tax dd to
bridal chair was arranged weekend here with her parents, be issued thweon. The certificate
Mrs. Mattie Sowells and Mrs. H. mona Harrell, Dottie Kelley, Mr. TREE SURGEONSPETE
Starke.
with archway of and numbers and years of issuance, I
an greenery Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins.
E. rnd Mrs. G. W. Barbara
Stokes attended the big meet- I Davis. Mrs. Mary Green, Mr:. Bessie tiny wedding bells. the description of the property. I
ing at Crawford Lake Phimitive and John Davis, Hughey Crosby, Brown and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mary Jo Lee visited the Otis ;nd the names in which it was
Mrs. Hall was presented a love- Brewer family Tuesday and Daisy I sesswd:! are as follows: SAPP, Owner

Markey attended the Parrish reunion ly corsage of white glads by the,Pringle returned home with her Certificate So. 13Year STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965
at Worthington Springs of Issuance 1>56 -
hostess. to care for Mrs. Effie Mae Lee
1 Sunday. Description of Property One lot P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka Fla.
Games were enjoyed throughoutthe who has returned from the hos- 100 ft E & W by 174 ft N and S ,
Mrs. Eller Lewis of Jacksonville evening and prizes were won in SW Cor. of Lot 17 Ex S 13. ft. AGENTS -
visited her daughter, Mrs.J. pital.Mr. in Lawtey E of Ry.
r by Mrs. Dave Green and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Herbert" Kersey Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617
P. Baxter Sunday. Name In which assessed Bertha
W. Kelley. and children and Mrs. Winnie
FlorenceAll
Mrs. Lucille Edwards and Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla;
Mrs. Gracie Bigham kept the Wood of Jacksonville visited the of said property being in the
daughters and Mrs. G. E. Green Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla.
guest book and Misses Pat Big- Fisher Gaskins Saturday. County of Bradford. State of Flurl-
are visiting relatives in De Funiak doA For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent
ham, Regenia and Remona Har- Mrs. Jean Gaskins has returned t'nless such certificates shall be
Springs for a few days. .rell and Karon Mizelle served as from a visit with her daughter, redeemed according to law theproperty FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.
R F E Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall of described in such certifi*
ushers. Mrs. Curtis Colding of Plant
City.
caA Gainesville were Sunday night tale or certificates will be sold to 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4.3965
dinner guests of Mrs. Amanda Cake squares and lime punch'j Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley visit the highest bidder at the court

CAR SAFETYINSPECTION were served the guests by the ed Eston Brown in Bradford -
r Lewis, and little Kathy Lewis returned -
hostess Lucretia County Hospital. Sunday.
Mary Bigham
home with them for a
+ few days visit. Combee, Glenda Parker Beverly Mrs. Daisy Pringle, Otis Brewer -
and little Teressa Brewer celebrated -
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Green Jackie Parrish Linda
r Bring your car in NOW..Jet Miss Pat Thomas of Starke ,
their birthday anniver- ,
Green and Mrs. Bobby Dyal. USE THE MODERN 'WAY'
visited
us give it our bumpertobumpersafety at the home of Mrs.
saries Sunday with a dinner at
Mrs. Buddy Waters of Jacksonville
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check. It costs you noth- Amanda Lewis Friday evening.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Is staying few days with
a
ing, and could save your life. Rev. Thomas of High Springs
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brewer Among the guests were
,
Cars in safe condition get our vas the Sunday luncheon guest of c
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strickland of .
free safety-checked sticker. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann.
k Green Cove Springs; Mr. and Mrs.
'" Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrish and Miss Kay Emerson of Bland
W. J. BeD and Ronda of Yellow
N_ K children visited her parents, Mr. were Sunday guests of Mrs.I.
s irtfontCHAMPIONS Water; Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair
,
: : and Mrs. S. W. Whitehead in the Sue Thomas.
[Mosley, and Mrs. Fannie Hornsby
Lake Butler section Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomaswas AMore
of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. .
I Mrs. Rachel Sasser, Mrs. Lucille the Sunday guest of Mrs. :
C. Pringle of Satsuma; Mr. and
Groover ThomasMr.
Roe and Mrs. Marion

._-_. ..-,.=,,=--=--= --=--=.:.-.:...:-...;,;. Thompson of Starke attended the and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand Mrs. Earl Mosley, Mr. and Mrs.
Iiouin Redding and family and
bridal shower for Mrs. Lamar Hall children of Starke. and Mr. :
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Redding and
Tuesday night. end Mrs. Bishop Thomas and son

i- Talk about the good old days of the State Farm were Sunday family of Lawtey; Betty Sue
Eaunders Vivian
Redding and
= a being a thing of the past and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
Rev. and Mrs.
J. E. Norman and
v.-orld moving too fast, well, this Thomas.
on.
C was proven wrong Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kelley

McappabU Plwi: tax and tire vhen approximately 20 adults and and daughter of Cinninnati, Ohio ..Y ...... .y ... ... USE A BANK :
E joung people gathered at the are visiting his mother, Mrs. .

470-15. home of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mannsto Doris Kelley. They were the Friday AUTO LOAN
Tub-Trp.WHITEWALLS STATE FARM
t tPlul enjoy an old style spiritual I night dinner guests of his

s'ng. It is a grand thing to see I feiandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.i
tI end participate in so let's all be Sowells. :I By Mrs. O. E Crosby

T t oat at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lavonia Hodges of> Jacksonville -I n.uu.u and more careful people who look before they
I ,1A.
Z. Padgetts Thursday nightof the of her borrow
was guest par- are using our low-cost bank auto loan plan.
this week as they are planning ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. HodgesSr. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richardeand

en gathering there. Those visiting the Hodges and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. It's convenient, inexpensive, and the car insurance
tax andr.coPPobl. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johnson M. Ritch Sr. of Starke were
Mrs. Mammie
tire f were Sunday luncheon guests of weekend were Mr.Hodges and Mrs.during Dorrie the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. premium may be included in the financing. May we

i 6JO-13 : Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bloodsworthat Carter of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs.E. Richarde's son-in-law and daughter give you full details? Just phone; or better, come in!
I
Ivb-Tjrp Lake Butler. W. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck 3rd.
Hodges Jr. and childrenof
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry visited cf Jacksonville.
r Americus, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.T. .
LtT USCHEgc FREE i the Jimmy Crosby family of C. Edwards of Gainesville. Mr. Mrs. Jimmy Merz accompaniedMrs.
fotarke Kolin's first grade students
Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Curtis Chambers of
y Let Us Safety Check \ Mrs. Jackie Barry visited Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie to the Jacksonville Zoo last Fri

tlR i- friends in Gainesville last week Goodge of Starke and Mrs. Edder day.Mrs.
.
ur w
: while her son, Butch was visiting Dyal of Hampton.Mrs. Doris Kidd and children of

_. =_ his grandparents in Leeburg. E. W. Hodges Sr. attendedthe Jacksonville spent last week with FLORIDA

We are very grateful to Brad Parrish reunion at Worthington her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Char-

> FIRESTONE COMPLETE afr 1 ford County for the eighteen Springs Sunday.We les Burnett.
palms that was set out along the Mr. and Mrs. Tom Linsen of
are sorry to hear Mrs. T. BANK AT STARKEOne
BRAKE & FRONT END SERVICE main street of Brooker last week. B. Edwards is ill. She had a heart Eastman. Ga. spent the weekend
vlth Mrs. Linsen's and
Mrs. T. W' Markey local chair- brother
J attack Saturday and we hope she of 28 Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance' Corp.
man of the Garden club beautifi- will be better sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Pete
soon.
I cation committee, was in chargeof Harrell.
-t HERE'S W-H T WE'LL DO FORE having the trees set out by the VYYTYYYYYYTWYTVYVTVVYVVLONG We extend our deepest sympathy I

,,; t load crew. to Arch Dobbs and his family .
V -
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Waters of BRIDGE in the loss of his brother. _-.

, Gainesville were Sunday night AND NEW RIVER The children of Mr. and Mrs. -
"-
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones have all had the measles -

a Calvin Johnson. Mrs R. F. Merritt : but are now able to be out. MOTHERS: DAY r ATHART'S.

t. Nancy Green, daughter of Mr. We are happy to see E. C. Long ,(

t.t and Mrs. Wilson Green entertained hume from the hospital and doing

t 17 of her friends at a so well. I
Boy howdy, this is sure enough FURNITURE
k skating party in celebration of Many Farm residents attendedthe
: ]Letting summer time. It's time to
her 10th birthday.The Homecoming at Bayless High-
I pill your shoes off and go bare-
guests were chaperoned at way Church Sunday andalso the
j Take footed. Anyone in doubt that
Po6
u F.r the rink by her parents Mr. and summer has arrived should have evival last week at the Starke

months to r. Mrs. Green and Mr. and Mrs. been at Sampson Lake Sunday. First and the Madison St. Baptist -

.\",,!., pay Howard Douglas. Refreshments churches.
"h t- were served later at the home. There with a were combination cars from of all all-day-over, Little Phyllis Harrell' has been 3 ROOM GROUP 37995OR

:. BRAKES: ALIGNMENT BALANCE .. Gene Edwards celebrated his stayers and dinner fishermen and sick for several days but is now
= :Improving.
May
15th birthday anniversary
Inspect lining Correct caster Precision dyI just plain swimmers.
2, at a party with 30 of his Mr. and Mrs. J., W. Hardin and
Harold Shiver had nice catch
and lber.namic balance a
Adjust brakes Ql 5 5Precision aaughter, Debbie returned Mon-
friends. CAN BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY
-: Correct toeinsteering .of 35 or more fish from New
Add fluid if j I l The center was gayly decoratedv day from a week spent with rela-
nd toe out :River.
a !
.
needed r .. static balance \ tives in Birmingham
I -- AdJUSt .. c ith colored crepe paper streamers Mrs. Nan Merritt also had a I Ala. r .A
i
Test brakes*"%1'... .' Install weights 7| for the ocassion. Host and full string of fish Sunday.We Mrs. James Douglas and children 9PC. LIVING ROOM
affair John spent Friday night with Mr. Y
hcstess for this were : _
fi}3 j ALSO clean inspect and repack front wheel l bearings]I yDODD'S Dale Register Rose Lee Robertson walking are now glad without to see Fonie the cast Crews on and Mrs. Sherman Crosby. GROUP

.. .,.... J. Marsha Padgett, and Norma I II' Rev. and Mrs. Alton Stephens
= -"- -- :-: "=:r===:-:=:=::===--- --=-=-==--==--=-= =--==-=-=-= Ns foot.
'.-_____u = I' Lee Parrish. a:.d children of Palatka and Rev.
I' Mrs. John Dukes is also at
enjoyed McElroy of Hampton Sun- 1-SOFA BED
The young people were
home and well.
now doing
SERVICE & AUTO SALES I games during the party hours and Billy Shiver deturned to Doc Gay night supper guests of the O. 1 SPOT CHAIRIPLATFORM ,s

', were served refreshments of cake, tor's Hospital Thursday for ob- E. Crosbys. ROCKER

528 S. Walnut St. Starke. Fla. Phone WO 4-3861 cookies and soft drinks by the seivation. His roommate there is Miss Elaine Crosby was Monday COFFEE TABLE
Sulli- guest of her brother-in-law and
chaperones Mrs. Beatrice a family friend, Vick Rhodes of I 2-STEP TABLES .- '

-. Newberry.Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Con- 1-WALL PICTURE r.. .9 5
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ner. I t
'.-- Azeal Lavender's mother : :2 SOFA PILLOWS } 1 129

and a friend from Keystone
GRAHAM

SHOP SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV {visitors Heights at were the Sunday Lavender afternoon home. BAPTIST CHURCH

.
Mrs. Vick Rhodes and daughter Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning .,- 8PC. BED ROOM
Patricia of Newberry were Worship 11 a. m. Training

weekend guests of the Shiver f omily. Union, 6:30: p. m. Veiling: Worship /_ r GROUP

7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant -
FORLowest pastor 1-Double Dresser with
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp wentto +

Johnstown Sunday morning to MirrorIBookcase

meet Mrs. Sapp's sister. Bed

So long till next week.EVERGREEN. I 1-Chest of Drawers
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By Stanley Crawford

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cell after having his tonsils removed DINETTE SET

CONDITIONING Monday. Those visiting

bun while in the hospital were 16Pc. Dinner Ware y .

Mrs. Dell Colley Rev. J. E. Norman Tornado InsuranceWe r

Cecil E. Crawford Jr., Don Set
Newman Mr. and Mrs. Cecil can give you full protection

Crawford Sr. A. J. Crawford, and from loss when storm strike 21Pc. Dinette Set
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Don and Virginia Gaskins. Several causing severe damage to your IT' I 11 l

friends have also visited him home. Why not let us tell you 64.95 N

/, at home. about this insurance The cost

SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV Charleston Harold INookl S. C. spent Crawford the weekend of- Is low.

here with his parents Mr. No Carrying Charge and WeGive S&H Green Stamps!
end Mrs. Cecil Crawford Sr. Charley E. Johns

NEW LOCATION Mr. and Mrs. Lem Renfroe visited -

the Stanley Crawford family

INOLDA&PSTOREPhone .Friday evening. AgencyDial HART FURNITURE CO.
Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Greek and

M.. and Mrs. Bobby Crews were

Starke Florida Sunday dinner guests of the W. WO 4-0121 I
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i. I'Installs ; 4i4j 3
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honor-
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'ir ing new members and instAllmg lt! t
:I< i officers at the cluro house last
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4 r In an impressive candlelight 1 i 1 1st_ Baptist WMU \ MTIroom at wn through trram
1 Mrs. ot'r: The Sophomore servers< in their Dinner PlannedFor
cei emony Claude Smith. Junior Birthday Party
n Uses Hawaiian Will
Director of Distnct 4, installed I : : Weary seven relax for a nt.J71t'ut
S A S. Mrs. J. D. Warren president; Theme At MeetingThe New duties at the prom. For Michael FutchMrs. t Teachers

Mrs. R. i). Cauffnun. vice-presi! Who Are RetiringAn
: Mack Kutch entertained at !
dent; Mrs. Seymour Marco, record Hawaiian theme was used The lvednes-t I
.-. %a. ing secretary; Mrs. K. S. MuUins. hi decorations and program when Units 1 Used Effectively a small birthday party l I II i informal dinner will be ht'l

.. I.. corresponding secretary; and Mrs.J .': the WMSof the First Baptist day afternoon of last week for Friday. May 22. at 7:30 pm. I
her ,
Church I I son Michael who was cele-
.V. Rowe treasurer. Mrs. Jun- Church met Tuesday, May 5, at
Starke elementary cafetonmti
the
his second
in j trating anniversary.
ius Smith is the new sponsor.. the Church. ning I Prom
i The I honoring teachers wno are l'tl1.l1
-.... Each new officer was presented a The executive board meeting at combined youngsters enjoyed playing
a- w.aroseY. 1. : corsage and each outgoing ot-' 11 o'clock was followed with luncheon and I IBcJi I Club at'Tend Calypso pants and Hawaiians during the party hours ana were this year.
I given favors of balloons. bnbole Hosts on this occasion will! t
ficer received a gift. and a business and program ; r[ > >le shirts for the boys. All wore .
.--- Miss Nancy DrydenTo A spring motif, using a china, meeting. The president< o'clock I j setting leis around their necks and the 'm and lollipops Ice cream the .Bradford Education Ass uit.on. -
and cake were served
_. donkey drawing a cart filled with Mrs. J. E. Hildebran presided at ings with scene gills had flowers in their hair.
Wed 1 .. .. .
Ray Judd
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yellow tulips, was used to decorate the business meeting andlM ficers .} Prom Those serving were Linda Gayle -- -' J ? _
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:Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dryden of, the speaker's table. Tins was' gave a report of the 65th annual Miss ,I Moody Margaret Douglas. Linda -- --- -

Keystone Heights announce the flanked by yellow tapers. session of the State WMUCon- mo Hldebran, Pat Harper. Beverly

_c engagement of their daugnter, Hostesses were Mrs. Stanley I vention which she and others recently be the I door Chapman, Sandra Whitehead.

Nancy Caroline to Millard Kay, Noegel. chairman. Mrs. O. J. Aber- attended in Tampa. it Mrs. C. with a I Faye Mercer. Linda Cox. Barbara BEAT THE HEA

Judd Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. -.MIJ-I I crombie 1 rs. R. R. Harrell, .!\Irs.' was voted to assist in striding II. S. 1 greeted Green Sally Sink, Bill Powell.

lard R. Judd of Starke. Lloyd Hedgecock, Mrs. A. J. three YWA girls to Ridgecr st in ments of the I Marion Cottle. John Miller. With

The wedding will be an event ot : Strickland Mrs. Carl L. Johns' North Carolina this summer. Woody Strickland Jimmy Ma- s= 's

... next fall, with the date to be announced Mrs, Nina Andrews Mrs. J. V. Taking part on the program I I Little lei. lone. Glen Harrell Sam Gardner

.. .. later. 'I Rowe and Mrs. David Bachman. 1. were Mrs. Li. C. Wynn, Mrs. M. K. from I Richard Duggar. Johnny Devore. FEDDERSAIR

.. .. Miss Dryden and Mr. Judd 'both Mrs. Randal Chitty was named Hazen, Mrs. L. D. Haines and To of red i end Doh Widegren. ) kJr

? graduated from Bradford High Outstanding Clubwoman of the, Mrfe. Garl Mathews. A trio comprised gold I At intervals during the evening !I

..-. School in the class of 1958./ I I Year and was presented a silver! of Dee Walters and Mary A parts!songs were presented by Elbert AIRCONDITIONER
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..... I bracelet with her title engraved. I Louise and David Haines sang a will be vines j Herser. impersonations by Pattie ?

Circle 4 WSCSCihcle Mrs. Dolph Reddish was 'the special number.It Conway. the 1 Kaye Lyons and a hula dance by

winner for having the higftest salesat was announced that the Helen the Little Linda Raye of Jacksonville

4 of the First Methodist the Thrift Shop. Her prize was Masters Circle meeting time is being I Monday : I'' floor. j| Hank Graham was chairman S

WSCS will meet in FellowshipHall I dinner for two at a restaurant of changed to 10 a.m. on the, m the j were 1 of the prom and assisting him '

.1..... at 8 p. m. Tuesday. May 12. ,I her choice, and included services third Tuesday. I Mrs. C. I and at were the following committee
.'t-D Hostesses will belrs. Marba of a baby sitter.A man of was a
chairmen: Johnny Stevens. time
i H. p.COOLING.
..1.. Whittle and Mrs. Sarah Hunter. semi-formal dance. will be :May Breakfast stall inc 1.'t I scene, prod place: Carol Temple entertainment
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held at the clubhouse
5. ..... Saturday, i : Carol McRae. invita- !
_.... May 23, at 8:30: p.m. for club mem-, Will Use ThemeOf be tii.ns; John Dodd room decorations -

GAY'SHome ters andlheir husbands 'or dates.i 'Bali Hai' Vickers, j I! seat-.i : Margaret Dinkins. table 1 -"-1't :

..'---'.' Refreshments will be served. Thornton foil j decorations; Linda SalE. refresh- ,,__._..,_..-._n_:;::.:.:.:.:.:.:._:. _...- ;=:.;.: UFA 299.95Now219.95
..... Appliances The May Breakfast, highlight, and in! ments. I -== 1

.5 S--.A: Elementary PTA cf the Starke Woman's Club cal- island : The Saints from Georgia A "
. monmeTeoroogs jay I
endar year is being looked forward Teachers College. Statesboro Ga.
. Year Friendly Officers Hannah "is who
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to with great anticipation by provided music for dancing.
I Ias WMS also into a girl's eyes and tells
:.. .. : club members as the social chairman 'I! "
.5. Norge Dealer Mrs Herman Reed, honorary the i I weather! .
. -...... Mrs. C. J. Houpt, and program Circle i
M : life member of the Green Cove ar-
NQROE chairman. Mrs. C. L. Scholl
I APPLIANCESMAtTAQ I iI
I'springs PTA installed Starke which Baptist ; orchids, p I
art keeping the program
. WASHERS Elementary PTA officers at the May 12, I, mEiiPi' ,
will be on the Bali-Hai theme, a "Mrs. FL"I :
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tegular( meeting Tuesday night, by
, COLEMAN dark secret The Breakfast will I
'- HEATERS and r tL. .
,.- .. following a COdish supper. Church I plac- I Call ..
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FLOoR FURNACESWe be held Wednesday noon May Circle .
Officers installed were: president ;| Fri Sat. May 8. 9 I =
. at 12 o'clock in the club house. Joseph G. -- r= a4ua -
Mrs. Harry Rabb; 1st vicepresident of Us _'
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yY.. Service All..Makes There will be a short business. ington St. I I The Kettles Old --M
Mrs. Terwillegar on
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Of Fellowship
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Appliances nd vice president, Mrs. Jerry O. meeting Methodist with ; MacDonald's Farm For .
Hall the Break ... ,
preceding 4-a
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PHONE i Gay: 3rd vice president, Mrs. J. MYF i
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: fast at 11:30. All members are Marjorie Main, Parker FmnHlyThe
and. -
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Starke, (Florida Hardy; secretary, Mrs Myldred ExpertTV
asked to attend.Reservations .
11 /Cuttino; and treasurer Al Cros- A with' Last Mile

r-- by.ROBBINS' for members and students I i With Mickey Kooney -,
. house guests only, must be made j; wore
. .. Plus Color Cartoon
. for the breakfast by Monday with gram at con- Service
. F 5 -- Mrs. G. S. Newcothb and Mrs. J. Senior j girls A. wA
SUN, MON- TUES.
. H. DuPre and their committee. under I
'.".. .-- Cole. I! May 10. 11. 12 ,

i. Southside PTA | I I Married A Woman

. I George Gobel Diana Dors
.. To Be OrganizedAn .
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organizational meeting to I
Klvi: l Ipr
Presley .Judy T
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fotm the Southside' Elementary I I late in Pr rr
' I Plus Color Cartoon yc
School: PTA will be held Thursday -

.... bight May 14. at 7:30: p. m. ,
_. I Wed Thur. 13: 14
in the Starke Elementary cafe- ', slay

torium. I I ; The Lost MissileRobert

.--.. At this i meeting presided over ; state Loggia Ellen ParkerMACHETE i
by Mrs. R. L. Nesbitt, of JacSson3'ile nounces I

". president of District VI. officers Mr.

BUYS FOR MOTHER'S DAYLADIES' for the coming year will be I Ekard of Masters Mart ntmrhanl.lhert thkkerPlus

ll : elected and the bylaws'oted on. Michele, the birth! Cartoon SE C
.. Notices wiH be sent home by! Mr. I!,
, at Doc- I
_a......- the children who will be attending I I Brown of
SLIPS the next'
neW Southside School bean n
-r1,-- DRESSES fall. All parents who join the or-', Mr. ,.
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will -
- ;, By Lanization at this meeting at the jet$O
....- ; be.charter. members of the South- Casey, [ I \
_.- .. BarbizonNylon 95 affectedare *. r fJ/
-- side PTA so all parents Mr. May !; .- tf

..tYI. urged to attend. .1 of I are ask- '
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_ Tom Casey Is newly appointed lia. May ft.i; : ; -: 1S'
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--- piincipal of the school and the I. <1:' .: r ).A

-... 5.95 Fah.D teachers will be: Mrs. Carolyn, I }

Ccnova Mrs. Lucille Payne, Mrs.1 The Per feet Gift ,. I -
Laurie Mulling. Mrs. Kate Sheppard L itver -
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Mrs. Norman Allen, and
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.;K .. For Mother's ?
.Ds Mrs. Betty Sargent. I Day
W I !a' ,, A_S.

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U And UpSize To Meet Friday 8 A DIAMOND Well


Tne Brownie' Scouts will hold I l ,;
752 their f'' OF COURSEAT ry-
12 20 141.2 24 1-2 regular meeting Friday afternOon 8
at 3:30 o'clock at the Service

hbme of Mrs. J. D. Warren. \.1 tdssa e: II _:: :.1 ,
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rr LADIES' Last Saturday anernoon the '
Girl Scouts and Brownies enjoyeda } "\1 v JIf l'lntftg-If' \

HOSIERYLADIES' skating party .t'the Gainesville GEM JEWELRY I'' ;;$;rv '.
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Rink. The 28 girls were accompanied I \ ) r+'...p'1id61i3t.1"
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Warren
Mrs. J. D.
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b imitate quality
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The name may e
Brownie leader, Mrs. K. B. cautf- I '; f
man and Mrs. Lola Garbett, Scout 1 remains unsurpassed!

.. .... I- C leaders and Mrs. Harry.. Mooty, 4 FRONT .AA-l \ t ? I Not only does Cities Service 100 PLUS

. ..r Mrs.. Freeman Register ;Jr., Mrs. TIFFANY GEM s. }! provide the hj best octane in automotive his-

-..- Robert Barksdate, and Mrs. J. E.! 14-KT. QUALITY "is tory-but in tddition it has every worthwhile
.- Hardy. ONE CARAT < : 1 protective feature that can be built into an
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t .w. WHITE / Reg. .', (;;a automotive fuel ,

. \ Study CourseAt GOLD $1,500.00 f3': Treat yourself to the ultimate in luxury

It O ". \- .1 performance...to the greatest power, pickup -
. <- Lawtey Church and miles per gallon you've ever known.

". -'. A. Isaiah Fin up with Cities Service 100 PLUS.Tbere's
-- HOUSE COATS study tourse, Speaks, I
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--' nothing eUe [like it
to _- will"be presented on Tuesday\ Slay, 4r.+V
. ..:... 12, thinning kt 10' a.in.. in the $750.00Pls
- -, Tax i- You drive with the best
resenting ,
....- Lawtey Methodist Church.
"-...4- the course will be Mrs. t;. !
test
. .. 3.98 V. Widegren of the First Metho- Special Special by every
tow
.- And Up dist Church Stance. A covered fichen you drive
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dish luncheon will be served at
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-- noon.All OTHERS ASLOW AS $42.50Watches
members of
-- the Starke
,..- "SCS are invited to atte d. J v.
.- j BOBBINS DEPT. STORE

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-- "The Store of Values"Starke : of .the World will,'I SILCOX CITIES SERVICE


'- .. I meet Thursday May 14. at 8 p. #rem$19:95- I'11rt urMt
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rn.-it- :AH Frtnnter'casip 138 on,, S 705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla_
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f 3 9 .. TnTRSTHY' MAY 7, 1 1939 BRADFORD COUNTY EGRAP1i, STARK, FLORIDA P s -

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the 27th annual National
.. I'' ostecpathic Child Heath Conference Offers Safety handled in Mayor's: Court
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and Clinic in Kansas City. Course To CityA Monday, May 4, were: George I Florida

10 Mrs. F. F. Stump left Thursdayto Sapp, disorderly conduct, $Zl bond I :
a y
attend a family reunion at the BPW 5 i suggestion by Harry Rabbof I r
home of her, brother, James E. Wall Insurance Agency that forfeited. Franklin Douglas disorderly -,

IN TH6 ML1Ks Wood and sister, Miss Inez Woodin he set up a safety meeting for conduct, >iui line. Junior'

Amherst, Va. She will be gonea Club : city supervising personnel was Kersey public intoxication, sir i! THEATRSat.

..._. _._. _________________ ___,.__.w_ week. approved by City Council Tues- bond forfeited. Fred Bryant,t i
-- --- "--- public intoxication, T-7 fine.
Purchase any model of Singer day night:
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harrell:' Sandra Haas and Robin Mullinsare Sewing Machines at Denmark em ors
Mr. Raab said that the high
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. confined with the measles. Furniture Co. rr incident of accidents among city 1tt ___ Mav\ 9
Dunkley in Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Mrs. M. F. Brown returned last ,
employees was raising the premium -
Thursday to Saturday. | have had as guests, Mrs. Sidney Wednesday from several days Named THE --
I cost of woikmen's compensation t\
Alvin Chace and daughter. Deb- : Walker of Waycross, Ga. last visit with her daughter Miss & .; ROISTEROUS.VBOISTEROUS
1 r and that instruction cn Prevents Destroys .
bJc; of Jacksonville and Mrs. Ka- i I Wednesday to Sunday, and Mr. Florence; Brown in Miami. t -
safety measures and use of safer -
tie Simpson! of High Springswere and Mrs. G. F. Floyd on Sunday. Mrs. F. F. Stump entertaInedr.t To equipment should eliminate e TREE ROOTS ? '? STORY OF OUR'P.WS..W1TH"
: Saturday visitors of Mrs. I 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch and a Coca-Cola party Saturday r I hOT lore iactHfc
many of the accidents.
I IfetTrubwrtlBtsiFdtari!] "-
Ktta: Hcover. i I family of Tallahassee were visitingMr. afternoon for her granddaughter, '
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District Nine of 15 recent accidents involved -' MM}kxfc prate e :fir WILLIAM ,
and Mrs. C. A. Futch Sun- and the
Mrs. R S. Muffin Mrs Nelson: on :Marjorie Ellen Thomson ;
I four employees and most
Green, Mrs. Rebecca Simpson, clay.f majorettes of the Jefferson High HOLDEN
M-s Henry Godwin and Mrs. L. I IE I f Mrs. M. C Wells, Mrs. Carolyn School Monticello. who were en- I of them could! have been avoided ;, IN HIS

Fu'.ch spent the weekend inI Redgrave, Mrs. Shellie Hall, Till- loute home from Daytona Beach. I Offices ,c' ?iJ t i Mr. Rabb said. J. L. WATERSGeneral GREATACADEMY
-burg attending the Wesleyan : man Hutto and O. P. Hutto spent' Miss Virginia Sewell of Mari- Instructionnll be by an insurance *'

5-ervice Guild annual weekend i the weekend in Columbia, S. C. anna, and Mr. and Mrs. James safety specialist at no Merchandise AWARD
meeting.Mr II,i where they attended the funeral Sewell and family of Jackson- I cost to the city. It will be schedul- I PERFORMANCE!'

R. M. Lee and children of''1 lof their aunt, Mrs. Inez Stokes. ville are spending the Mother's cu in about two weeks. Lawtey, Fla.

"'pllehrsree! were visiting her par- I! Mrs. L. S. Hutto who had been Day weekend- with their parents, w I
.; spending the past month with her W. Sewell. I
: Mr. and Mrs. B. '
erts.! Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling, I I _
s.ster, Mrs. Stokes, returned home Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Williamsof
Sr. the weekend.
over i v..th her family Sunday evening. Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. R. J S Factory Prices

Mrs. Sally Tison of Tampa J. Andrews of Westconnett and

'I visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. families were Sunday visitors of F
R. Haislop last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.
7OZ0.9St I Mrs. Lloyd W Herrin of Calla- Miss Ginger Jones, student
0112Quart With Eachor
han was a Saturday visitor, and nurse, has returned to St. Vin FREE
,I Mrs. A. B. Jones of Callahan cent's Hospital in Jacksonvilleafter Gallon; One you buy
Je 666 spent all last week with Mr. and a month's vacation.Mr. Produced,nil Directed tj IIUIIH1E1

Mrs. Tyler Jones. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins The Starke Chapter of Business I i,Other new district officers in plCI MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Writtd[ for IUI'lie screen BasedOi bJ IIllI 11111andEP1i !!
tlupgrtFtAr'ald
,I and family have moved from the and Professional Women was I I I tore are Valerie Shoemaker. Jacksonville liesrdEdmusd TminskI'

.. Kincaid apartment to the Smith signally honored by having two of..I Beach Pearl, assistant director Lake; 501 N. W. 81h Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 A Ftrvnamt Rt'Raeatt 0I
SPRING SPECIAL and Mrs. McElroy,
house at 346 N. Thompson street. its members' elected- district!
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City, recordng secretary. AND
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Malphurs
i posts at the meeting in Jackson New officers of the Starke BPW I .
have moved from 708 McMahon
street to the Thomas house at ville on Apr. 26. Mrs. Desta lyal 'I Club will be installed Thursday, II when needRELIABLE "
125 W. Washington street, for- (seated) was elected District Director May 14, at a dinner meeting in you Coll ail

merly occupied by the James E. I and Mrs. Marguerite Hall the Garden Restaurant at 8 p. m. StOfjlfr
Ekards, who have moved to Sara (standing, center) 'was elected District -I Mrs. Dyal will serve as installing
Corresponding Secretary.Mr. of jeer. GAS SERVICETHINK Ira rcx J
rI toga Heights. I .
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Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reddish of '

I Webster were Sunday visitors of and Mrs. Carl Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Sr. OF
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin. son, Charles visited Mr. and Mrs. of Staatsburg, N.: Y. and Mr. and $LADE GAS
Chief and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter John Benny Sapp at Daytona Mrs. R. W. Reeder of New York
I t tof had as weekend guests at Santa I Beach on Sunday. City are spending this week with .
RATED heir I TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO OR UP .
Fe Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Effie 1,000
I', 21' TV tested by Mrs. Johns and Mr. and Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Jr. YClYE41I
ft' leading: independent Walker of Jacksonville I I Mrs. Freeman Johns were visiting Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat PHONE WO 4.3551 E Enl

_ _ _ _ letting laboratory Mrs. Arlen McKnight and Mrs. Mrs. Reba Beyer in Lake Butler Denmork Furniture Co. WIDR-CFT

I Martha Snellen attended the I I Sunday evening.Mr. 'Mrs. R. E. Gahagan and son, I, ,
Mental Health Workshop at the and Mrs. George Huggins Jack of Bluffton, S. C. spent the r wiNiisit
[ i.A L State Board of Health in Jack- ':and family were at Jacksonville I II' weekend with Mrs. Mattie Gaha- ZENAS _
sonville last Wednesday to Fri Beach' Sunday afternoon visiting TETSTONEYour Ac.ml Aur 1:,
MlI-' I. y { I' ,::Jn. Jack attended the BHS Ju IAaryr
f.l: : day. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rockwood. f
", J1,. R nior-Senior prom Friday evening. GEORGEINTHESBP!-
<< .1 K Machine Oil and Light : i iI
iirJ Singer Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns and Jimmy Wiggins, who is now
8 TV Bulbs at Denmark Furniture Co.I I[sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe working at the Florida Bank in r.

EXTRA FEATURES Mrs. Effie Johns spent the first I Iurt I I land daughter, Tom Smith, Ray Jacksonville, was home for the of
e."Service Sever"HonzentalChasFOREAST I IT SWIVELS of last week in Maxville withH. Goldwire, Harold Davis, and Lin- weekend.Mr. ATLANTIC Dealer

sis Spollife Dial Zenith Sun VIEWING D. Carter and Mrs. Henry da Kay Sale spent Sunday at and Mrs. Lucian Thomas I *' '

shine picture tube e Full power THE AlCOTT-Model C2221 Carter. Daytona Beach. cf Fort Myers were weekend .1r.
transformer Pull push on/off; 21' diag. meas. 262 sq. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wysocki and -
I tone control "Fringe lock" for inches rectangular picture Saturday evening supper guestsof daughter, Cindy, of Jacksonville Thomas.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert .,rot 1bisalt : sr.eraa: noos\
stable pictures area.Available in ebony or Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Grimes in spent the weekend with her par- IN STARKE 322 TEMPLE AVE. _w eo.a asae.e4reut -<. I
maroon colors. Mr. and Mrs. MrtM nmrtr. MOOOtt MUSd\
J N. D. Wainwrightof M rl M w
(U1 ; 1Jc i1il CY .j-u $$199 Gainesville.Mr.. and .Mrs. Harold Monk and ents Extra, Rev.Bobbins and Mrs.save L.time--Stock D. Haines. Hollywood and Mrs. D. T. Clarkof FREE GREASE JOB FREE: 5,1ITP KenrsrssslrFatRrb...'If f

family and Mrs. Thelma Steeleof up with Singer Bobbins at Denmark Miami were weekend guests of

.. Gainesville will be Sunday j I Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. With every 10 or more Gallon of Gas purchased with
; > guests of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs. Orie Wiggins and L. G. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright participated Oil Change Plot '1 Clobbers Ballet Ache" CAT
%WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE I in the Folk Festival *
at the at Stephen -
Paulk |
Miss Sylvia sang .!i Hfminingway were visiting Mrs. Foster Memorial. MECHANIC ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES toon.
Moose Club in Gainesville last i j P. S. McMillan in Jacksonville
WO 4-4081 234 N. TEMPLE AVE. Saturday evening. Monday afternoon.Mrs. Sam Zack was in Fort Pierce Specializing in Brake Work and Tune-ups
I Ernest Boland and children and Vero Beach over the weekenden ALSO FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Sun., Mon.---!-- May I 10, II,:
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this week with her parents, Mr. hEY

REMEMBER MOTHER THIS and Mrs. H. L. Speer. Mr. Boland Tree Rubs Wire Go )

'ill join ,his family this weekend." And Starts BlazeA FOR
e
.. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville I a Gjd

l.IJ ;} will spend the Mother's Day gt'Iltiebreeze and a rockingtree t
".' weekend with her Mrs.
E) 1>; daughters I
A top combined to create a tire
I H. L. Speer, Mrs. G. J. MCGriff,1Sr.
scare at the home of Mr. SUN.-MON. MAY 10 AND 11
., and Mrs. Lex Green and fam i and Mrs. -
i Arden Crosby at 214 LafayetteSL
ilies.Mrs. I s
ii L R: McDonald of Valdosta Tuesday afternoon.

i .. en Las,,, spent several days this George Macarages, electrical "Gidget's the Greatest!" l
wiek with Mr. and Mrs. O. F. foreman for the City 1Je-
DENMARK'SI Piemer, Sr. partmentsaid tree Utility ruDDed insulation ::1 ) : -Dick ClarkCINEMASCOPE CINE A'AscOPE COLUMgm.EASTMAN-PICTURE cotea
FROM
; WITH A GIFT 1 Linda Richardson and Lynn) off the feed lines going

t Register are confined with mea- into the Crosby house and grounded Plus! "Little Boy with Ilori Car

,I .... s'ts.Mr. the two wires. The wires got 1 toon.
and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw entertained hot and insulation started burning I -" .
at a buffet supper last I across the street.Neighbors -

I SINGER SEWING MACHINES Saturday evening honoring Mr.j! said the fire raced r' : Tues., "'ed. -*- May, 12 13
t'jiu
and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw, Sr. of along the wire to the house, which tf

Jacksonville on their 45th wed- :.1 looked as if it were catching on k yr r sp ,
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I .,;JI'' ters of the family enjoying the I fire.The Fire
I Department was called z
: affair were Mr. and Mrs. Paul. but the blaze had stopped as 3 s _!I! iear M.ssik" Aede.bf
Sullivan and family of Cocoa, Mr. l8RfatflP1 FREDf2U IaFu IM1tlQlll I
soon as all insulation
"' 69s on the wires
I ? end Mrs R. H. Outlaw' of Jacksonville -! was burned off. aw hwM PliM1EICIrwS IDUiGLP16iDIE r
':- and Mr. and Mrs.. B. S.:
Fire Chief D. w.
Carpenter said
.. ,'." Outlaw, Jr. of Gainesville. vxnu COLOR
t1 i*' flT Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bradley of his' men answered a call at l1z'j

Chattanooga, Tenn. were Tuesday North Pine St. Sunday afternoon. '
visitors of Mrs. C. A. Knight.Dr. ., A frame house belonging to N eg Buy a Ticket from any Band member to help them uttctt Bnowiwi new f

Your and Mrs. T. G. Ritch are ressJessie! Mae Sewell, was saved, make their trip to the Madi Gras.
Singer
r bat .. .
> the
in Miami from Wednesday to furniture and othefc- contents '
A'dmr Atfults'GSTc Children under 12
of the"house 25c
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Sunday attending a medical semi- were a complete -
\1c:, .. ., AccessoryHeadquarters I f loss".," t a .a a .N lLOODofDRACULA
rar.Mrs.. Jack Williams of Gaines- [ a. ;- !

nIle was visiting Mrs. S. R. Johns .
and Mrs. H. C. Brown Tuesday


evening.Mrs.: .Kirby Reichman and Mrs. FREE SHOWEACH I +

Come Merchant of Madison were i

Modern Monday luncheon guests of Mr. I.
and Mrs. E. L. Matthews' .
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Corey I&I

BED LAMP 1NOW..EX2h Johns last week were Mr. and SATURDAY MORNING 10:30 AIL?! AllJlCU IITtUI1IIUI.PE1ut

Mrs. Carl Rhoden and Eddie Plus "Dog TaW Cartoon i
Combs of Macclenny, Mrs. J. W.
Easily AdjustableU'L 4 4'f Eddy, Maxie Reynolds! Zebaa AT THE
Thurs Frt May 14 15
Rhoden, and Mrs. Nella Burnside, ,
Approved = -- ell' of Waldo. .
Felt LinedHangers S' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwefl : FLORIDA

were en Sunday.vlstting'relatives in-''Reddicfc'. THEATRE"RADIO 17 We J '

Reg. $1.95" Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey 'arid .
f miIy"vlsiied Mrs.: J. P{Stevens

ni. Sword over the'weekend "andniro ;
only f.OO I visited Daytona Beach and KING AND SENORITA"Pick

New Smyrna. ,_n .
Replace your old sewing ma-
Shade Is 8 Inches Long chine belt with anew Singer Belt

rromh Jan Mondorff ark Furniture of Starke, a Up You' FREE Tickets at the Following MerchantsSimmons'

"It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" Junior at Oglethorpe Universityin

Atlanta, \\ill" appear3 in the Koch Drugs Starke Hardware Co.

S Oglethorpe University Player's

DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY production of" "The 15th Lady's Not Ace Electric Service City Barber ShopTerwillegar '
for Burning, a century

r drama to be presented 'there on I Motors Barksdale's Dept. Store
Hay 89.Mack .
OF RgSfl STARKE I Williams is in' Way-'I **
Shepherd Radio &- TV Local Finance Co. of Starke
e cross Ga. this week on business. .

Mr. and Mrs. G K. Bennett! of Robbins Dept. Store Gem Jewelry
434 446 West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starker Florida' pins "LapeUte Parade" 'cart6eI"
Orlando ,will be weekend guests '
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COtJNTT TELEGRAPH 8TARRE FLORIDA THTRSDAY. MAY 7. 1939

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':: ... --- undersigned under the revisions
Bicycle; Rodeo S Rifle Matches t.-..':--- --- "" Starke Recap Co under which I am

.".:;;I!;T...-{: ... ...,., '>)>. of Chapter 10.3i3.: : Laws of Florida. W.C.T.1.
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; Art of IJ41, wilt rrglster with the
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Teaches Safety 54. ; t- V Held At Camp l"ldk of the Circuit Court. In and JESUS WAS CONCERNED

: .. 'r for Bradford County, Florida. upon OVER ONE LOST SHEEP. TODAY
I V : rtreipt of proof of publication of
14 Im. thla notU-t. th. fictitious: name of I THOUSAND ARE BEINGLOsr
To Youngsters t Last Weekend hr Ifl' engaged In hu"lnran. at IIS N. Temple I TO HIS CHURCH
'V Ate.. Stark. 11*.
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V 14 Around. marksmen took partin A. C Roulxton Keycton Heights lliROrGIlLCOHOL..

Sixty-two elementary, junior three events held last Saturdayon sole owner IS THAT NOTHING TO YOV"

high, and pre-school children the Camp'Blanding: rifle range, Dated thli tth day of April A. D.. (THE FLORIDA GOOD NEWS)
d5wf V IJiJ
at Starke. LTadtort County;
took part in the bicyclj rcdro L the largest high-powered,range:in Florida.

held Saturday at the Pratt St. the state. The Blanding matches

Playground. : ; 3t are growing in importance and WHY PAY RENT?

Each child' rode through a are likely to attract more and LEON'SMARKET

course which had been laid out : more rifle enthusiasts each.year.

ty members of the Jaycees under jr Hq & Hq Co., 1st.JSattle Group, WILL BUILD HOME:

the supervision of Safety OfficerL' 211th Inf. Miami won the coveted ON YOUR LOT

R. Jansan of the Florida High- Taliaferro Trophy at the annual

vray Patrol. high-powered rifle shoot Sunday FRESH; FISH FRUITS No Down Payment -

At completion of the test each morning with 'a team score ot t: and VEGETABLESAlso;

cnildas given a, "license" and : 5-.r :. 1301.: Finishing in second place Sundries TONEY HOME BUILDERS,

bicycle "registration." I was Co. A,,748th Ordnance Bn of Inc.

The safety program, carried Jacksonville winner of the trophy : Open Daily 6 AM I 8 I'M I

out in the schools during the I in 19:8. :The'x,score.was 1259.>> Contact RAY FORTH
week with instruction and films;I Tommy Lance (left) and Calvin Varnes prepare to take their Fourteen teams from National Cor. Thompson & Brownlee PHONE 4123

was initiated'by the Business and turn around the course laid out by the Jaycees lit the Hi Jcle Guard units throughout the State Sty Near DepotPh.

Professional Women and sponsored -I Rodeo last Saturday. Florida Highway Patrol Safety Officer Cook part in this annual competi- WO 4.8033' Keystone Heights Fla.,

by the Jaycees and Rotary. I). R. Jansan tested! 62 young bicycle; riders for their knowledge tion. Each team composed of

Bicycle description number, of safety Ignalo a captain and five V firing mem First Holy Communion ClassPictured

name and address of owner and
filed with the bers.Fired in conjunction with the above with Father Cor Linda Futch. Teresa Ann t l'J"n ,
his parents, will be Sell It Rent ft
Trade
police and will aid in case the Crosby. rranksters. Taliaferro Trophy'Match was the i nelius Dougherty arc members ot David Knepper. 2nd row (I.rJ)

bcycle Is stolen. While the Jaycees were In the James Groover furnished each Individual Rifle Championship the May 3 First Holy Communion Roxana Valldejull Eleanor<
Police Chief Riley Sweat invites vicinity with paint brushes they child with a Coke as he finished Match to determine the nigh shoot I I Class at St. Edwards Catholic son. Father Dougherty Cheryl

all bicycle owners to reg- also/ painted out the letters that his test, and Al Crosby also actedas er of the Florida National Guard. I Church. Bussen Joyce Thompson. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

ister their vehicles with his de were inscribed on the water tower -I.I judge in conjunction with Eighty individuals firea m this 1. Members of the class are: front Members of the class will also

partment. He said he will set up several years ago by some!Safety Officer Jensan. match which was won
Richard A. fivors, Co. A. 748th Marie Richards, Madonna Meng. to be held on the church ground ___
& file with the papers turned EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER M ___ ___ 4c Per W.r
Ordnance Bn. of Jacksonville/ with Irene Meng. Randall Chism. Sunday May It, at 3 p.m. :ae% DI9COfT OS! REPEAT
over to him at conclusion of the Hospital Week pital at this time, and will be Phyllis I\9ERT1OS! 5 A HZ AD
a score of 273. In second place 23c ADDITIONAL POR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IX AOVAJfCH.
program so that stolen bicyclescan given an explanation of its serv-

be more easily recovered. To Be Observed; ices.In was Sgt Donald R. Edwards, and Arthur Swanbom in Crosby Lake Cemetery con- CLASSIFIED" DISPLAT ______ ,..:5 per lack Pint hatrtfoa

Those helping with the regis- Auxiliary Praised commenting on the week's third place winner was Li. Roy A. ducted by the Naval Unit of Jack- ffXM PER INCH' FOR "*MB AD REPEATED ONR OR MORE TIMES!:
both of Co.. 1st Battle
tration were Mrs. J, D. Doyle observance, R. E. Edmondson, Diehl Hq Retired Navyman, sonville.
Group. 211 Inf. of Miami. CARDS! OF THAK (t> T. M Wrds) .....
Mrs. Pauline Torode. Miss Madge Sunday marks the beginning of hospital administrator, said: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeis r
State Championship HighPower Funeral FridayArthur OVER GO WORDS! ----___ 4 C*.t. Per W.rdWKMORIAMt
Middleton. Mrs. John Green. and I Naticnal Hospital Week which Your community hospital stands in charge of arrangements.XOTICK .
also fired at
,!rs. Desta Dyal. will be observed by communities ready 24 hours a day, seven daysa Matches were 39 U. A!lD REOHmOy! -.----__- ___ 4 f> t. P.r W.r<
Blanding during the weekend. The Walter Swanbom. ,
Jaycee members who helped layOut throughout the nation May 10- week around the year to meet nine matches culminated in tneGovernor's S. Navy (retired died in a Jack-: OK I>TK>TIO> WE HAVE new loan program lot 1 I NOW The ultimate In prestige. SOS
the course were John Kope- 16. The local observance will in- the most unpredictable needs. It TO KKCIVTKR FICTITIOtS .NAMK farmer Loana oC 1 to K year I ENGRAVED business cards, 119.93
lousos, Mac McGriff Bob Benner rlude an open house at Bradford must be prepared for individual Trophy Match which sonville' hospital Tuesday morning Notice l Is hereby ei\en that the for the entire credit require I price includes plate). Never before.
1 mer.ts of the farmer and his fam-
J. of
was won by Joseph King after a lingering illness. He was engraving at this low price.
Dave Bachman. Donald Ray Til- County Hospital on Wed.. May emergency and community disaster I Gainesville with a score of 25W- Oct. 25 1919 in Chicago. Ill.. ily. Galneftville Production CredM 1 Bradford County Telegraph tf
born ,
ley, Woody Wood. George Ricks. I 13. from 1:30 to 4:30 The at all times." i Association VO Korth Main.
: p. m.
19V, and C. Murray Mct. uald Of but moved to Bradford County at Gainesville Fla. tfct CITRUS bearing ties!', containergrown.
Bob Hendricks. chairman. and Al ublic is invited to tour the hos-: In a recent letter. the hospital
Jacksonville with a 283-13V. The early with his parents. the Also Plum, Carner Apple-
Board of Trustees expressed appreciation an age WUD-U ?? ? RADIOS REPAIRED!: Pear Hood and r1"win, Fig.
four-man team match was won by
W. R. Swan-
to late Mr. and Mrs. All Make All ..dela Grapevines Persimmons, etc. Evergreens -
Mrs. P. G. Felos. the Fort Gordon Ga. unit with a bom who resided north of Starke.. l a*.Ba le Caantr* gaarsat Shade Trees, Camellias, over
president of the Bradford County of 110668V.The ItHEPHERD'S RADIO A TV 400 varlltl lI. Aial e..g. fine plants.
score He is survived by one sister. Build a Home on Your Lot
Hospital Iama Greta OwarrW. full o* bud and bloom. See
Auxiliary for the fine our
ewETHIN matches were sponsored by Miss Dorothy Swanbom, of Starke. U. Call M. Pb..e WOf- tl plants for quality. We are located
Farm?
SpoaeTIrLi work of that organization. The the Camp Blanding Rifle & Pistol Funeral services will be held at. or Starke. P1*. 1! miles east of Keystone Heightson
r-'ost recent project of the Auxiliary Hiway 100. Thousands of plant
Club with the approval of the National -
was the furnishing of cabinet 4:30: p.m. Friday In the First! NO MONEY DOWN GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding lit -0. C. Carnes Nursery, Phone MU
a Rifle Association. Methodist Church. of which he Titatiom with double envelopes 10"for 4-495. Flc.rahome. FlaNo tf
type refrigerator for the SEVEN YEARS TO PAY J21.95. Bradford CourT Telegraph -
was a member with Rev. Donald tf MONET DOWN Zenith
I nurses station. to hold certain
BHS Second Kofcomoor officiating. Pallbearers ABSTRACT NEEDEDWe Washing!' Machine now at. DA.
medications. Just Received large shipment of H IER'S.
tflchy
The letter stated: "Your past will be members of the U. S. Do Not nped angle Iron. channel Iron. "1'
lnGroup3 Navy, Jacksonville and military beams. Suitable for all purposes. l'ORLEGlrls 20 In. bicycle
: projects, donations of equipment, rites will be held at the graveside Keep Your Deed Als new stock of doors windows two new tirrs $10 717 West
and the screens and screen doors used soil
personal hours of workat 'I CTprP..s St Phone WO 4-H%
pipe, and water pipe all sizes.1 Steel
tha receptionist desk, as well Track Meet AS LOW AS 537.50 office safe show case, double por- See STROLT REALTY for Farms.
as in various other celain cabinet sink. Homes.!' Businesses
,
ways, contributed create large
V by the Bradford High was second in the) WEEKEND COTTAGES PER MONTHWe Drop in look around "". T. Jackson and smalt
members of
the
Class A Group 3 track meet at rear of Big Dad factory. Starke
S L E E K Auxiliary were reviewed and the AU Facilities Provided phone WO 4-4001. Ask for Mr. STROIT REALTY
_ the University of Florida last build anywhere in Florida r.h"mp" tfrhKCOLOM.tL
cope; of your labors is hard to
d Saturday, with a total of 38 $6.00 Per Night JOHME HANgEV.: REP.
lealize until and travel added
they are summarized. no FLORIST
$ Truly, a remarkable record of points, mostly on second place (TwoJJeds Sleeps 4 People) Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. I'. O. Has 307. Hark, Ffo. S _L S.
accomplishment finishes. Gainesville High won the Free use of one boat with each BLOCK OR FRAME flowers wired any place. Flowers 1'. 9. Ml
that
should be for all
occasions
with of 64 1-2. locally. Phone 4f"tI!r'Uantf'
meet total
a
t formally acknowledged by your cottage. Ideal family outing. $25.00 IN CASH WQ 4-1i jqi. !SOS, Ka!!t N'nna St IKhgKosemary '
Fred Brandes was second in the I < -Lawns to Mow Contact
\ t friends and neighbors, in whose 120-yard high hurdles and the 180 Excellent Fishing Eddy. Bookkeeping Serv Padgett at Bradford County Telegraph -
behalf your activities. are directed. i ** FOR LEAD OF SALE 1((;. Tax Specialfct. come to you.** phone WO 4-JI81. tf
Ii Statewide recognition )low hurdles: Sam Gardner placed Doggett's Resort Call Green! Coi'* S752 or write So.
by the second in the shot-put-Billy; Hel- Highland Ate. Green Cove Springs. FOR SALE-10 lots on W. Pratt
& II Florida Association of Hospital tabeck tied- with Cherry of PK.* BUDDrS LANDING. Mail To: "HOMES"" Fla. 4ti 513; and PalJc SUuStll one or all. Phone

l kEasytocarry!! V. Auxiliaries has been shown in the for fourth place in the high Jump; Earleton, Fla 902 S.: Range, Madison, Fla. I FOR KENT-Two ld room houseon WO Brownlee 4-SOJ or St.rail by Leon's :3tP Market: 58

appointment of your treasurer to Jim Hobbs placed third in the I State Prison!' road in Heilbronn
!a high office in that Spring section. Kr J. W. Gaskins
| organiza-
-.--;; pole vault; Henry Hall placed second r.,ute %. Roi S3. Starke. Fla. tf I

V -_-_=-.. ::=: tion."May in the 880-yard run; and Sam -- Pyrofax Range
3 ;:j your organization proceedto I
Gardner was third in the discus II SALEALL
even greater respect and en- at WILLIAMS JEWELRY you'll find ACREAGE
Start At throw. I I 80 C acne cut-oer land. 3H miles
Tbs ftyNH Sp.rtaM..N. ." Vtri-rimi portable1 c'parment in the hearts of this Other points were picked up !bY from fttarke. on good graded road. RANGES MUST GO!
V iso *t.. pKlvr.. 3 kamhom fin**!.170-P-04. community." /JJJ18 \ $'00.09 per acre cash or terms.!'
: 17995 ih
Henry Hall, second the 880yardrun PRICE
17 inch* Portable TV ..- *' James Thomas, fourth in the 2 Ii acre home site good graded CUT

.) *(tub avtroR diagonal,136.sq. ft. picture) _ CD SummarizesAlert ;low hurdles and Irwin Martin and road J710.00 cash or terms. 3 CYL. GAS FREE!

Results Here William Silcox, who tied for fourth rI\ 1 acre home site lurtween Hamp Old Ranges Make Down I'aymeat
in the pole vault. ton and Theressa. pared highway
VICTOR $-CO.OO. INSTALLATION
RCA In team events, BHS had a thirdin FREE
Friday and Saturday, May 8-9,
the mile relay and a fourth in W ')< ., fh. NEW HOMES Plus FREE |Cakc Decorators
local Civil Defense service heads Variou styles and plans See them
of TV-sleek,-slim beautiful to the 880 relay. and See Your Pyrofax Distributor
M4>rVf the ntw shop will summarize their activities and new take your choice.KlGsLIy
tI
The Tornadoes will enter their ,
behold. Veri-thin styling-the most attractive looking theoretical condition of the area last meet of the 'season next Tuesday ,..,1 LAKE CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS
portable you've ever seen! So powerful you get out- two weeks after the alert of April "" Choice location water front reason AND APPLIANCE CO.
when,they travel to Gaines- able price with terms.A. .
standing performance even in most fringe areas! 24. ville to compete the State meet. Make It Jewelry This Year. We Have J. TIIO"RE.LUJR 119 S. Walnut St. Starke

tarrity Sealed Circuits I Automatic Channel EqualizerTutf Purpose of condition the drill of is to health determine What You Want at Prices You :.ii; Temple Ave. Tel. WO 4-5701 PRICE AS LOW AS $129.50FOR
the
Guard Transforaiir-Powered Chassis V
facilities food and clothing supplies PrimaryDateBack : Can Afford

KM Front Tuning and Sound Fil-Sizi Titisccpnf JUrtmu Q electric power, and fuel and I.NMHAME AGENTS SALE-Terreir. iarbcin

ltd Picture in a Portable New Signal; Guide Toner transportation facilities after care To MayFlorida's WATCHES COSTUME and If you sinking are experienced: franchises in writing group Gill 1004, Gift miles Shop.south&of home.Starke.Hi Cell".ay

,V H', twice as much fun when you're a 2-TV family! --- cf the evacuees that would have brief with :to DIAMONDS JEWELRY coverage and want a permanent ing because of HI health. See owner,
been sent here if the practice experiment biibiness of your own" with an J.:_ D. Terrell. Jtchg 5.1. *

V V COfKL k.$dar/ *., Wt-Wt Mwr optional t.IIIfCLSHEPHERD'S sert! had been the real thing. September primary elections came and exceptionally a raise every good month.income We to start have HANDWRITING: SECRETS weal

Bill Haas said that to an abrupt halt this week as a jjst such a job for the right man. ed In book of absorbing interest to
CD Director bill changing .the voting back to WILLIAMS JEWELRY If interei-tvd send your name and all who study our character traits.
most services are "far from readyto May became law without the a<1dre!8 and a letter stating pre- Only 11.00 postpaid. C. E. Boedecker.
attack.? \.(.us experience to Harvin and Boa 3J. Rt. I, Starke. Fla. Phone
RADIO & TV meet an Governor's approval I JEWELER" Allen Inc. Agency, I'. O. Box Hill. UP 9-1IJ53: rOlN'l: utf oe The 1957 Legislature changedthe "YOUR FRIENDLY Jacksonville I. "'Ia. All inquires
THE RIGHTlect Phone WO 4-8311 h,'M In utrict r .nf>Hfi'-* :5!>P. 617 FOR RENT Z furnished .
your favorite ESTERBBOOBFen. primary date from May to 142 \Y. Call St. IiI 9 and Iii per ma Electric apartments

Starke Florida Pen. 'OI.EGBAPBI : September on the recommendationof WANTED-Two woin'-n to sell utilities, air condition for bedroom
I : Governor Collins and other ot- .-- famous TUPPERWAKE Earn $:JJ. only Shady Lawn. II.4 mile t;. Call
VVVV to $TJ weekly. Must hax* U.e of .St. bridge. Pewnt Rd.. RFD Bor V
.VV: :
: Mals who thought it would be ", car. No experience nfde. No in- 440. sign on left. Mrs. Clarke
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beneficial to campaigners to' rtstment. Write or wire: Tropical ? tfrhy
Sales P. O. Box "93%. Orlando. Fya.
shorten'the time between the primaries Zip 514 WANTED-Odd Jobs or steady
and the General Election work. Interior t>r exterior DecoratIng -
House For Rent at Kingsley May -Yard Work-Landscaping.
in November. through September 2 bedroom, dow Cleanlng-House Washing-Re-
STOP The change proved unpopular, large iK-reened porch dock and pic- ferences. Experienced Sober and re-
ROACHESAND however, with politicians, as well r.ic shelter All Plf'l'trlr kitchen. liable. Call at basement Apt No 5.
Call L.E 3-Z3U: or Wo 4-C.'I. Ztchg rug North Cherry St. Jack Ware.
as the voting public. Nobody 57Furnished lIpCarpenter
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seemed to like the arrangement
Apartment For Rent. Contracting. Residential *
most of the campaigningwas
whereby Apply Townsend OroreryFishing KlnJt"I..y drawing and blue printing. H..hnIlQn. .
thrown into the hot summer Lake 4trh:" S'1 -" Rt. I Box: 125-A. phone

months of July and August.In WO ,-1s52.: lip
Worms For SaU at To"'n-
: OTHER HOUSEHOLD PESTS answer to the public demand, pnd'lI Grocery Kingsley Lake. FOR RENT -4 room furnished

a bill was introduced early in the j f-he $21 Konse. I acre land. 2 miles from
t-'wn JJO a mo. Phone WO 4-OJ45.
V present session changing the primaries hElP W.\ TEn MILE A FEMALEJ'AN Mrs. L. B. Jordan. Rt. 1 Box 427
back to May. OR WO\IA'i-To: : take over tn.f nff mwny. K %tp
rr.nt' of ertahlisheH customers In
Starke Weekly profits of 15001 or FOR SALE-Thhrman Jones home
Co. C CompletesUnit more at start possible:! No car or kite t on Brooker 'Road. See Ed Nortr -
other Investment necessary. Will ,gt "t Court >>........ 8tp SIMJ
r ReorganizationCo. help get ...tar'ed.'rll... C. R.
yon
p We Can GUARANTEE To Control ALL Household Ruble. Dept 5-1. The J R. Watkins .ict modernized 3 bedroom house.
lift! Cmpanv. Memphis 2. Tenn. lip Will rent to sponslble family for
Armored OrdnanceBn. a
C. 748th Give your car SA mo :1-4 ,f. Nnrth of Starke.
Pests For What You Are Probably Spending .. commanded. Capt. Randal EASTER LILIES for Mother's Day. '......;r. V T".-..t" T*..T 4S.F: Itrhy
(:eo. W Chehler, 5JJ W. Pratt.
Chitty completed- unit reorganization Best way is not with a helicopter attachment, but hnn. WO 4-.17l, Ifrhg FOR SALE-Sun-Beam lawn mower.eetlv. .
On Ineffective Home Control Measures as a result of the 48th -S V from Phillips 66 Dealer transmission free wheel.
V Armored Division's change over to with gasoline you buy your NICELY FURNISHED J-room ing. self-propelled 2 ;-1 HP. Rang
Whether choose Phillips 66 FHte-Fud or apartment and bath. with large ik: new See and make reasonable
..r. the Army's nw pentomic unit con- you patio. Two adults only. No pets. "".r ( IiI Wltlt W. _h. nr.tsr 5'M:
. t cept. The pentoznic division ,Iz 615 Gasoline youH notice an immediate Phone WO 4-4(21. Located iit W.
I. Phillips full St Hrhg FOR SALE-m miles S. of Starke
.;: : CALL FOR FREE INSPECTIONS designed to .create a more.mobile improvement in your"take off"power.Easy starting! en Hy 100, 3H acres. 3 Ci ft. hlwar
and flexible organization using today's LOST-Fountain Pen. GraySilvercap frontage. High and dry and all
modern Livdy acceleration: A smoothness you may never near Post Office. Reward If d..r.d Phn.... WO c..c 4fT 5'i* )
: weapons. returned to J. W. Abel 441 W. Call
: :. : AND ESTIMATES Co. C's manpower now stands at have experienced before! St TIp Fxperienced carpenter wanted to

warrant officers, the combination of _r rk in this area Steady work.
four officers two No other gasolines give you
FOR RENT Famished apartments Must have own tools and transportation
; '\4. and 52 enllsted men. Twenty- high performance components you get in Phillips 66 Reasonable rate Near Apply write nr phone Jim
eight men formerly with Co. C shopping rnt r. Phone WO 9-MI1 Walter Corp. J2I1 w. Beaver st.J.ukuonvlIl. .
Gasolines. So why not get all the driving pleasure O- WO 4-51J4 or call at 21J S- tfrh sr
were transferred:to Headquarters Cberry St (Shell Oil Co. Office.
; CONTROL Company, tout nave been attached your gasoline dollar win buy?Fill up -* tfti Ir FOR SALE-Large cement block
FLORIDA PEST
back to Co. C --for drill purposes. Station! home 14 acre lot 29 pecan trees.
at the nearest Phillips 66 FOR REFurni.hed Garage All City facilities. In These men will continue to attend aaartment. Living room bed room. Very reasonable. 920 Thomas St.
bath: and all electric kitchen. Adults P....... WO l.ti tf"hl
weekly drills and training with Only. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, J05 W {
AND CHEMICAL COMPANY Co. C at the local armory on Temple JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. Madison St. Itchg Magyar! wen Drilling. Price reasonable.

Ave. ..V Inquire John Uagyarl Rt..

The Company lost one officer _. Stark, Fla. FOR StLE Z Box 53H, 3 miles north on 301.
New 2 bedroom home. Awning Jtp 5/M
224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WQ 4-3965 1st Lt. James 'Btoodworth, who windows, plastered walls bardwood
: was transferred to Co. B at Camp floors, tile bath. large screened FOR RENT Or SALE-J bedroom'iartlv
porch. 9 blocks South Winn-Dixie fttr l.hed b'ue on Rt "1.
BlaMing; to'fill vacancy that 1 block of W. Madison. $500 down. Vr'. or .-.
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w KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE. FLORAHOME AND LAKE 'GENEVA


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e STARKE. FLORIDA., THURSDAY, MAY '7, 1959 -I


....yy......... ....... I l vyvyvtt.wvly t..I.vvl.' 1 COMMUNITY CHVRCH OF

f e. II FLORAHOME : KEYSTOHEIGHTS:

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS MELROSE {_ i I: AND GRANDIN Dr. Albert C. Holt, Minister

z I, Dr James D. Pait, Organist,
By Joyce Rothhammer .. s, Choir Director.
By Mary K. Schaeffer .., :f" By DaneAALLWLWLLALALLLALS& I
Services: Church School Vt*
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.. 5 a.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m.
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Notes 1 the School Playground for the : si ;...'I.....:-.- '
Chamber of Commerce I and Mrs. A. J. Shannon ..... ::( J
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More than 3500 of the new I cummer program, and the school i : 4 g'L aK end daughter Jeannine of Jacksonville v..1'1;;. ,,itr Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson of St. Jibuti Catholic ChapelKeystone
bus for transportation for out- ;c ..t Hcrahome. her mother Mrs. Sar- Heights
brochures of Keystone Heights: +
t visited Lt. and Mrs. V. Y. 1 .. I
have been distributed within the| of-town games. Quite a few con- &'''-.-- ..tf : ah L. Ostren and her brother.
Crawley recently. '; D. Ostcen of Hollister visited Suncuy Mass at 8:30: a. m.
Lloyd -
past two weeks to various parts tributions have been received already tt11 -
I r 4 Mrs. F. M. Barnett has moved I :' MJ Mis. Halverson's sister Mrs. Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.
and for further
of the county as well as locally. contacts 1. *. :
tuck to.Melrose. f. 1 1e' Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m.
: ;' Olaf! Anderson of Jacksonville.
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Another thousand will be sent to donations to the program will be .
Mrs. French Cole Mr. and Mrs. :'t. Confessions before all Masses.
the Florida Welcome Stations made within the next few weeks. 1- i" r-.5 last Thursday.Mrs. .
Riefschyder, and Miss C. E. Good- Baptisms marriages and instructions -
this week. If anyone in Keystonehas This week, inquiries will be ; J Alma Clark of Florahome
requests for our brochures, sent to school children to find son of Jacksonville, sisters of Mrs. itj <. '. and her son and daushler-in-law. bv appointment

he may contact Mrs. Joe Daurer. cut how many will be interested Harry Jackson were in Melrose Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark; and in Tallahassee after a visit In

secretary, at 4331. in participating in the recreation f 1w" .x w'2w Saturday at the Cemetery Asso-, their! daughter Kathy of Bardin Grandin.
t ciation 'meeting. Other well- Rotary Speaker .
The next Chamber of Commerce I program, this summer. attended a family reunicn recently H. B. Sikes Jr. spent several
,, known
t The next will be helc people at the meeting; included the Jacksonville home of
meeting will be held Monday, meeting I at ,dsys in Grandin last week. with
May 18. With the Southern Regional Wednesday, May 13, and will bea Mr and Mrs. L. H. Grimes, S Mr. and Mrs. Charles Packham.; Jus parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
H. R. tleftl) of Melrose
Jacksonville Col. Kelley -
Mrs. Frank
; Stuart
Bch
i Water Ski Tournament planning and scheduling meet- t Mrs. Packham is Mrs. Clark'sdaughter. Fikes. He returned to his homein
end daughter, Mrs. Mildred Mc- introduces Col. Leigh Pear-
c-nly two and a half months away, ing. Carl l Duncan supervisor :: I Griffin. Ga. Thursday.
Culum sail, also of Melrose. when. the
and children and Warren
the Chamber members will be the program will be at the meet- Mrs. Oliver Tanner of Flora- 1 Sunday afternoon guests of
Youths Run Town GovernmentOn and Maxie Torlay, all of Gaines- latter gave an interesting talk on
busy preparing for this large un- ing. ville. Indian relics at the Keystone heme is getting along nicely af- Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp were.
dertaking. Business at the next Keystone Woman's Club let surgery in Bradford County i Mrs. Sapp's parents, Mr. andY
Heights Club last Friday.
Mr and Mrs. C. P. Huffman Rotary
meeting will consist mostly of In Busy Season Friday, May 1, studentstrict 3; Eric Redfearn Council- i Hospital last Saturday.Mrs. < S. Martin of Gainesville.
making plans for the Tourna- Ti.?sday afternoon May 28, the from the Keystone Heights Junior man. District 4; and Deanna Lee, and Tom Nelson of Live Oak I Alma Clark spent last Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Seiglerare il
ment. Keystone Heights Woman's Club High School, who had been elect- Councilman District 5. spent a few days in Melrose enjoying rose High. PTA members were : weekend with her brotherinlawand spending a few days in Grand-
.
Here is good news for property held its regular monthly Covered xl to offices in the Student'Muni- Mayor Beasley explained that fishing.Mr. and vpset because they had not been sister. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. i 111 with Mr. Seigler's father. R-
Mrs. W. O. Preston
owners-any Keystone Heights Dish Luncheon, with Judge Marion I .:pal Government Day, were the group had taken over town informed of Mr. Cherry's pending Motes of Hcllister. I L. Seigler, before going to Cross
residents .who. wish to rent rooms Gooding of the Juvenile Court .nests of the Rotary Club at their government beginning at 10 a. spent the weekend in Georgiaand dismissal until after this had been City where Mr. Seigler is- sta
I Alabama visiting Mr, Pres ( taken by the school board. II j Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Clay
during the tournament July 24- c>f Duval County as the guest regular weekly luncheon meeting. m. Saturday April 25. Clerk Rob- I up tinned.
ton's relatives.Mr. and son Clay of Palatka visited
'" 25-26 are'asked to register with :speaker. His talk on the causes Mayor M. L. Beasley introduced irson: administered the oath of I It was explained that Mr. Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brantlcy
Mr. and Mrs.B. .
and
Mrs. Joe Daurer who is in charge of juvenile delinquency was in- he group, which included: Dan I, office: Mayor Dodd organized the Mrs. C. L. Mann recently had been hired with the un- Mis. Clay's parents and daughter-ln-law, Mrs. E. S.
Grandm last
visited their and J. Alderman of ,
of the accommodations for this ttirstins: and enlightening.The Dodd, Mayor; Rcwan Thomas, Council; and Councilman Hall daughter icrrstanding I : he would. beccme certified Urantley and little son John
son-in-law Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Shuler
event. Wcman's Club will hold a Chief of Police; Dianne Brokas,I was elected Chairman by unani- in elementary education called on friends in Gainesville
Cox and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Otis C. Brockman
Membership goal for this year Bake Sale on Saturday morning. Tax Assessor: Tom Gardner, Tax mous vote.Pictured. I luring the year. He had not. and last Friday-
to their home
and Mrs. Dale returned Thursday
has not quite been reached. Anyone May 9, at a spot near the Post Collector; M1'key Robinson City Franklin this resulted in his ,being dig .
with the group in Price and Lawrence
son Dale,
contemplating a membership'I Gffice. Clerk and Treasurer; Mac Hall missed. !

if asked to contact Mrs. Daureror 'I I May 12, 2 p. m.. is the Annual Councilman from District 1; Ken- above photo are Keystone's Mayor of Marianna spent Saturday Mr. Cherry said he had thought ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE
to mail the There will be Terrell District Beasley and Councilman Wig- with Mrs. Price's parents, Mr. ,
money in care of Meeting. reports ry Councilman, this meant that he had until
the Chamber of Commerce. A few from all standing committees, and 2; Jimmy Fox. Councilman Dis- gins.p.! and Mrs. Grant Rothammer and I school started in the fall and had :i 2 Bedrooms, Dining Area Living Room, Kitchen Tile
sisters,.Joyce and Carol. _____. ,__._ Lots of Stor-
niore are needed to accomplish election of officers. All member: panned arcoruuigiy.> Though L ne Bath, Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace
I this year's goal. ere urged to be present at this formally installed m.; Adult Instructions at 8 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moody and' had enrolled to take the necessary age, Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in
son Danny and Lt. and Mrs. V.I
Summer RecreationThe Mrs. Reynolds Has Afternoon Tea p. m. churches.
important meeting. and
instruction, he felt his presencewas doctors, beach
shopping
second meeting of the The Annual Silver Tea and Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Wil- Choir practice will be held every Y.Crawley went;to Stemhatcheetecently more beneficial to the stud- town, near on well land-
above
Wednesday evening at 7:30. to visit a friend, Lt.I Financing;; arranged. Far average,
Summer Recreation Board was Garden Party will. be held at the 'iam Reynolds entertained with a I ents at their activities and drop-
held last Thursday evening. Per- I home of Mrs. J. D. Henderson.At tea at her home on Lakeview. Plans are underway for an impressive Cmd. L. B. Nicholson. red out with plans to take it up I scaped lot.

mission has been given to use this time, new officers will be Drive. Her daughter Jane assisted Mother's Day ceremony Walter Mann drove Mr. and later. He had told two members '
her in serving her guests to be held on the grounds at St. Mrs. Babcock of Hillcrest to Stanford of the school board of his actions S. E. M?KAY REALTOR
,'ho'I'ere: Miss Roberta Lowe, Edward's Church in Starke, Sun Conn. He will return by
and they had been in accord -
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT
STORE Miss Doris Johnson. Miss Ann day. The public is invited. plane.
with his decisions. He com- 3701-2051-4151-4209
I Phone
Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Bell, Miss Reba Thompson, Mrs. St Anne's Episcopal Church News Mrs. Edna Cooper has returnedto mended the leadership of the Keystone Heights -

Martha Thompson, and Mrs. Fred The Rector, Wardens and Vestry her home in Westfield. N. student body. He also said he had ,

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Dodd. of St. Anne's Church are after six weeks visit in J.\\enjoyed being principal at Mel j
I Parents Of GraduatesMeet sponsoring Cub Vhile here she visited !
a Scout Pack
rose. Mr. Cherry has accepted the
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster Owner friends,and 'Tela tives. She is the GAS COMPANY
At School f which has been designated as j i position of principal of the Key KEYSTONE
Pearsall.i
Tuesday afternoon, April 28, Troop No.;305. by the North"Florida daughter of Col. L. M. j stone Heights school in Clay.
I tne mothers of the graduating Council. Parents of boys'-?,* Mrs.; Harriet Rice of Elizabeth. -County. I DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICEDay

students at Keystone School, met through 10 years attended a.meeting N. J. is spending a couple of Also discussed ciassroom
at the school to, plan graduation Tuesday evening at the Parish weeks' with her sister, Mrs.: Mar-' was I Phone Nile Phone
.. ,..__ tha 'ccnstruction. Presently two class- \ OH IT GAS
? .__-= exercises. Danny Dodd:class president House to. make plans' for the MacKeachie. Mrs. Rice is al- iioms are under construction at 2582
4351
so the, sister of Mrs. L. M. Pear- .
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presided at the meeting. troop. a cost of $21.000. but four more. .

,< dR About ten mothers were .present.' This afternoon. (Thursday) the sail.Com. including.a"science.lab.are, need- HEATING'WATER'HE'AT NG
and
The mothers-turned-thumbs: down. Sunday 'School Teachers will meetat Mrs; W. H.. Cooper COOKING .
on the idea the class had on going 4:30. have gone to New York for abouta ed.The

to the ocean for a. picnic:and month. rumor that Melrose High Most Complete Line of House Heating Equipment la North
swimming, for the of Last Sunday was designated as "'r., and Mrs., Paul Gress of would. be closed if the PTA did
Mtrl reasons the day for the Spring Ingathering not agree with the school board See U. First
i 4Z safety. After .much discussion. it Clearwater! spent the weekend Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter -
of the United Thanks Offer- on certain subjects was branded '
vas decided that a trip to Marine- with: Mrs.. Gress' eon and daughterinlag' I
land-as first choice-and Ste- ing of the Women's Auxiliary., Mr. and Mrs.. Dick [Continued on next Page)
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p' 4 w logsdon' nd daughter, Terri Jean.)
phen Foster, Memorial?.as second
were placed in the collec- Mr. and, Mrs. J, O. Roberson
choice, would be more desirable.The ,
newly-decorated Woman's tion plates. visited 1 .Mrs. Ada Roberson and !
Sunday May 10, Holy Commu-. Mr. MULTlHmaiING
e r ntD Club will serve as the setting forth and Mrs. J. E. Tillis.A. I
nuion will ,be at 7:30 .
p [> ceremony. As to the date, it : a m.; ft C. Rogers returned last
9:30): Sunday School Morning week from
0a ; a trip to New York. .
0a was impossible to set it 'mtil the
4 Prayer and Sermon also at 9:30: ; Mr. and Mrs. Longmire and son
County Superintendent was con-
i sulted. at 6-30, p. m., the Young People David of Murfreesboro Tenn.

Bible School Picnic. mil meet were recent guests of Mr. and 2 HP 14,500 BID PER HR

jUST The Misses Ann Bell and Reba First Baptist Church News Mrs. E. M. Robinson.Mrs. .

oAa Thompson entertained their Bible Tuesday morning at 9:30: the J.. V. Ford and Ralph J. .

__ MAR1JD o Classes on Tuesday. April 28, witha Women's Missionary Union will Jason, ;both of Palatka visited COOL COMFORT- 1.'

-; : picnic and swimming party. meet at the church for the monthly heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. ALL THROUGH '4:

\ there was swimming for all the meeting. All ladies who are not Cason Saturday. YOUR HOME1
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boys and girls at the Park-of-the- members, but who are interestedin School: Board Meets With PTA

Time To Start A Savings Account Palms. and a picnic supper at WMU work are invited. Two members of the Putnam Power Plus-to cool,ventilate ... ''.:!-4 If i.! .

the community house in Theressa. Wednesday Evening, May 13, at .County School Board met with the exhaust smoke and odors,

at. About 45 children were present. I 7:30 o'clock, the G. A. Coronation Melrose PTA at a special meeting dehumidify, and filter the air. POWER+PLUS
Awards were made for perfect Services will be held in the last Monday. Billy Stockton

KEYSTONE STATE BANKA attendance, for memory work, and church. This is an annual affair chairman of the School Board.' Compact new dimensions home

THE for bringing Bibles to Class each with the G. A. Girls, and it is and Mrs. Loubelle Long helped to I beautiful modem styling. Two-

week. always a beautiful service. Everyone clarify many questions and rumors 'speed fan, concealed controls,
... Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community CHURCH NEWS is invited to attend. that had come up and have

Keystone Heights) Fla. St. William's Catholic Club Sunday morning May 10 the teen misunderstood. all-direction cooling, low op- AIR I CONDITIONER I I

Member\ F.D.I.C. The regular monthly covered Carol Choir of the church will First to be discussed was the erating cost.See it today!

dish supper and meeting of the sing! "The Song of the allure of the Board to reappointEarl

Catholic Club were held Monday, Christian Soldier" by Gibbs, and I Cherry as principal of MeLEE'S !- -..

May 4. President Jim Donnelly, the adult choir, "Trusting Thee \ ." :.

HOME ON YOUR LOT presided at the meeting. Plans More" by Loveless. The Organ z sz flaI.

were set in motion for the annual Prelude will be "Come Sweet DRIVE-IN ;: I !z
labor Day weekend supper. Mrs. Death" by J. S. Bach. :i

NO MONEY DOWN Herbert Nelson was appointed For the evening service, at 8 .

chairman of the supper, with Mrs. p. m., the Concord Choir will : now".ww..Mw.rw. .....++..._._........ .
By: Toney Builders, Inc. LOW Harold Sutton and Mrs. Emery sing "Wonderful Story 'of Love" THEATREi i 265 00
1495 *n nwf. 1
Box 106, UP Cooper as co-chairmen. Ed Con- by Driver. Phone 4113 .. TERMS
Bowling Green 'Ia.AS neen was appointed Ways and Many Guest Enjoy Gold Head

Means chairman with George A total of 4,500 individuals Keystone Heights, Fla. n..n

Schaeffer and Wilbur Neale as visited Gold Head State Park this '

cochairmen.Altar: past; week. Of this number, 2,607 II I ,, /,. -4i- S

Society will meet May 19. '\.- re there on Sunday, including' SPECIAL -. ;Tni.n .n+ ,

Teen-age Instructions will beheld 2.450 campers. 'I wall.
Installs easily in window, transom, or
every Monday evening at 7 Three Girl,Scout troops from ..
Gainesville were there on the ENGAGEMENTFOUR A real "power-house" priced to fit your budget!

weekend.A ,
CASE RECORDSOF bus-load of children from DAYS ONLY
Green Cove Springs ElementarySchools

A CHIROPRACTORBy enjoyed a day at 'the Thur., Fri., Sat., Sun. iTa
Dr. H. O. Bollinger MOlINe INSMINUTm
Park. May\ 7, 8, 9, 10
Case No. -R' 38 The Alpha Sigma, Epsilon JTateinity -

A male age 38 had pain between from the University' 'of The Year's Most Outstanding ,

shoulders, frequent attacks of upset Florida' had picnic on the weekend ,,1 -

stomach and vomiting. Condition there. About 60 people were Picture t portable

This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model J945 diagnosed as diseased gallbladder in the group.

and surgery was .recom- There were campeD from all
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(Without Carporte) mended. over the United States and Canada COMPULSIONI AIR CONDITIONER
during the,week. There were .
refused and Chiropractic
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Many\ Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder Surgery adjustments was catered nor 515 people in the cabins. I 'V EVERYTHING YOU NMD

mal function to the jail bladder Reservations are coming in new for easy do-it-rour9elf installation Is in fM carton '

Any Place Florida Same Low PriceNO and patient again enjoys good for the cabins. and anyone cabin desiring for Half the size, half the weight,of most other'1-k* .
to
reserve a
Orson 'W elks Diane Varsi.
health. sometime this summer should do makes.Up to 8000 ETC: pet boor capacities.home ,.

( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) For Information on .problem so.immediately.Mr. Summers-tells Dean Stockwell, Bradford r.h it fir' '

cases contact us that he had one request froma .. ee.r

Local Representative man in Zurich Switzerland! Dillman Stop cool tarty.tonight! l'! 195 00 SAVET9Otf: '

Dr. H. G. BellingerChiropractic Personals .. ___ ___ -!_
RAY D. FORTH Offices ,Saturday evening Mrs. Fred It's The Most Exciting; ; <-

428 JT. Walnut St. Dodd gave a dinner party honoring Picture' Ever Filmed
f Highway 21 Phone 4123 Mrs. Martha Thompson a
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MansfieklOhio..
visitor from REDFEARN'SPhone

I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. Other guests included Mrs. IN .CINEMASCOPE( ,

718 E. University Thompson's daughter Miss Reba ..

If You Don't See Us, We Both Lose Money Phone t-SBS GrfaesriBea I Thompson. Miss Ann Ben and ,,,AND.- ..COLORS 9391'' Keystone.Heights

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YYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYY91 Baptist Church over the weekend. Betty Ann Simmons Helen Kelley van. Mrs. Mann and Miss Kay Stanley Crawford family and R. AIR; PARK BAPTIST CHURCH h ?ue doer en the firM MuntUy in CHARLES: A DAHHT
I Month of June, tl59.! which is the 1flsy Clerk of Circuit Conrt of Bradford
Lucretia Commbee enjoyed N. Crawford Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morn- I
I Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stokes and and Elzey. family Sunday af- of June US! ;;!*. ounty Florida.

BROOKER{ on of Jacksonville visited his boating and swimming at Lake Mrs. Sullivan's mother Mrs. ternoon. ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Hated this ZT day of April. U:3!> 43g +t S;1

mother. Mrs. H. E. Stokes, Sun- Butler lake Sunday afternoon. Mary Willis of Bell, is visiting her We were sorry to hear that Mrs. Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Wor- [

Barbara day afternoon. Mrs. G. W. Davis was the Saturday (aughter and family for a few Sadie Lucente formerly of this ship. 8:00 p. m. Midweek Prayer

By Sue Davis :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. luncheon guest of Mr. and :,(ays. community, suffered a heart at- Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

t''''''''''''.6A''.''''""&&&''&. and children and friends of Mrs. Mack Howard of Starke. Mrs. Lamar Hall was the inspiration tack. The report said she was i Everyone welcome.

Gainesville enjoyed picnic Visitors at the G. W. Davis for lovely bridal getting along well. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Mike Tilghman of Gainesville a near a I I ;:. Pruning Cavity Work
Homasassee River, recently. home during the weekend were bower given last Tuesday night Cecil Crawford Sr. visited her NOTICE OF SPPLIC.TJOFOR *
visited Mrs. S. M. Mott Mon- TAX DEED Bracing Tree Removal
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler and
t the community center. recently. They also visited Mr.
a
day.: I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. I
See. *
194.18. F. S. *
Transplanting
children of Starke Mr. and Mrs. The party room was decorated and Mrs. Gussie Wolfe while in J ne- Iossing
Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott and I and children. Rev. and Mrs. Temple Notice is hereby gin, that a
Dewey Stokes and son of Jacksonville with spring flowers, fillies, bells Jacksonville.Miss JOSEPH CUMBER the holder ot : Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S
children of Gainesville were Sunday and children, Mr. and Mrs.
I Hughey Crosby of Key :and and white streamers.The the following certificates has fil."l
'guests of Mrs. S. M. Mott. Wilson Green and children, Re- 1 West and Betty Ann Simmons of green Yvonne Gaskins spent the said certificates for a tax deed to
Mrs. Mattie Sowells and Mrs. H. mona Harrell Dottie Kelley, Mr. bridal chair was arranged weekend here with her parents, be issued th?reon. The certificate
Starke. with: an archway of greenery and Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins. numbers and years of issuance, TREE SURGEONSPETE
E. Stokes attended the big meet- rod Mrs. G. W. Davis, Barbara the description of the ,
Mrs. Mary Green. Mrs.: Bessie bells. property
tiny wedding
ing at Crawford Lake Phimitive and John Davis, Hughey Crosby, Mary Jo Lee visited the Otis and the names in which it wassessed
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. ,
Mrs. Hall was presented a lovely -Brewer family Tuesday and Daisy are as follows; SAPP Owner
i Markey attended the Parrish reunion of white the Pringle returned home Certificate No. 18Year
corsage glads by with her !
STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965
at Worthington Springs of Issuance 1>16 -
Iflui hostess. to care for Mrs. Effie Mae Lee i
1p Sunday. Description of Property One lot P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka Fla.
Games were enjoyed throughoutthe who has returned from the hos- 100ftE&1Vby274 ft Nand S ,
Mrs. Eller Lewis of Jacksonville
evening and prizes were won in SW Cor. of Lot 17 Ex S 137 ft. AGENTS -
visited her daughter Mrs. pital.Mr. in Lawtey E of Ry.
1 by Mrs. Dave Green and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Herbert Kersey Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9.3617
J. P. Baxter. Sunday. Name In which assessed! Bertha
W. Kelley. and children and Mrs. Winnie FlorenceAll
Fla. Ocala Fla
Mrs. Lucille Edwards and Gainesville ;
I Mrs. Gracie Bigham kept the Wood of Jacksonville visited the of said property being in the
daughters: and Mrs. G. E. Greenare Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla.
i: guest book, and Misses Pat Big- Fisher Gaskins Saturday. County of Bradford State of Flvrl-
visiting relatives in De Funiak da
ham, Regenia and Remona Har- Mrs. Jean Gaskins has returned Pnleps such certificates shall be For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent
Springs for a few days.
rell and Karon Mizelle served as from a visit with her daughter redeemed according to law the FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.
: Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall of
R E E property described in such! certificate -
ushers. Mrs. Curtis Colding of Plant City.
224 N. Ave. Phone WO 4.3965
CAR Gainesville were Sunday night or certificates will be sold to Temple -
dinner Cake squares and lime punch Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Mosley visited the highest bidder at the court
guests of Mrs. Amanda
CAR SAFETYINSPECTION Lewis and little Kathy Lewis returned were served the guests by the I Eston Brown in Bradford I .

C home with them for a hostess Mary Bigham. Lucretia County Hospital Sunday.

rz::._ few days visit. Combee, Glenda Parker Beverly Mrs. Daisy Pringle. Otis Brewer -
Green, Jackie Parrish Linda and little Teressa Brewer celebrated -
Miss; Pat Thomas of Starke "
Bring your car in NOW...kt
us give it our bumper-to-bum visited at the home of Mrs. Green and Mrs. Bobby Dyal. their birthday anniver- USE THE MODERN \NAV'
saries Sunday with dinner at ..
f Mrs. Buddy Waters of Jacksonville a -
safety check. It costs you nothing Amanda Lewis Friday evening. .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
; Is few with
staying a days
and could save your life. Rev. Thomas of High Springs
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brewer. Among the guests were
Cars in safe condition get our vas the Sunday luncheon guest of
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strickland of ,
free safety-checked sticker. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann.
t .. ,. I Green Cove Springs; Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrish and Miss Kay Emerson of Bland
W. J. Bell and Ronda of Yellow
't: children visited her parents Mr. were Sunday guests of Mrs.) '
rttontCHAMPIONS Water; Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair 1I
and Mrs. S. W. Whitehead in the Sue Thomas.
Mosley and Mrs.
Fannie
Lake Butler section Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomaswas Hornsbyof .1J
I Mrs. Rachel the Sunday guest of Mrs. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. ,
;: Sasser Mrs. Lucille J 1f
t \ I Roe and Mrs. Marion Groover ThomasMr. C. Pringle of Satsuma; Mr. and '=
Mrs. Earl Mosley Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand
I Thompson of Starke attended the
louin Redding and
family and
blidal shower for Mrs. Lamar Hall children of Starke and Mr.
I Tuesday night. end Mrs. Bishop Thomas and son Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Redding and

i Talk about the good old days of the State Farm were Sunday family of Lawtey; Betty Sue

being a thing of the past and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Eaunders, Vivian Redding and -
4jJJiYh495Plus Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman and
world moving too fast, well, this Thomas. son.

was proven wrong Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kelley

r. E' Dung people gathered at the are visiting his mother Mrs.

670-15 home of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann Doris Kelley. They were the Friday LOAN
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to enjoy an old style spirituals, night dinner guests of his

WHITEWALLS i s'ng.! It is a grand thing to seesled I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
participate in so let's all boat Sowells. H.I Sirs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.VAAAAAAAA
1 More and more careful people who look before they
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Lavonia Hodges: of Jacksonville -

J: 'I .1Z.. Padgetts Thursday nightof : was the guest of her par- borrow are using our low-cost bank auto loan plan.
u, 195 this week as they are planning ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. HodgesSr. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richardeand

tn gathering there. Those visiting the Hodges and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. It's convenient, inexpensive, and the car insurance
Plus tax andrtcoppabU J Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johnson Mrs. Mammie M. Ritch Sr. of Starke were
s tire were Sunday luncheon guests of weekend were Mr.Hodges and Mrs.during Dome the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. premium may be included in the financing. May we

670-15 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bloodsworthat Richarde's son-in-law and daughter -
Carter' of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. full details? better in!
give or come
Just phone ,
) Mt 1vbe.TJpe you ;
Lake Butler. E. W. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck 3rd.
Hodges Jr. and childrenof
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry visited Americus, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. cf Jacksonville

ttr US FREE 1 the Jimmy Crosby family of T. C. Edwards of Gainesville, Mr. Mrs. Jimmy Merz accompaniedMrs.

tSlEgt fetarke Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Curtis Chambers of Nolin's first grade studentsto

V Let Us Safety Check \ _- Mrs. Jackie Barry visited Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie the Jacksonville Zoo last Fri

POUR tiRES Your Tires. Now \ friends in Gainesville last week Goodge of Starke and Mrs. Edder day.Mrs.
while her son, Butch was visiting Dyal of Hampton.Mrs. Doris Kidd and children of

._ his grandparents in Leesburg. E. W. Hodges Sr. attendedthe Jacksonville spent. last week with FLORIDABANK I

We are very grateful to Brad- Parrish reunion at Worthington her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Char

FIRESTONE COMPLETEr ford County for the eighteen Springs Sunday. les Burnett.Mr. .

palms that was set out along the We to hear and Mrs. Tom Linsen of
are sorry Mrs. T. AT STARKEOne
BRAKE & FRONT END SERVICE main street of Brooker last week. B. Edwards is ill. She had a heart Eastman, Ga. spent the weekend
Mrs. T. W' Markey local chair- with Mrs. Linsen's brother and
I F attack Saturday and we hope she of 28 Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance' Corp.
man of the Garden club beautifi- will be better sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Pete
I soon.
I HERE'S' -LlcOFoR-l cation committee, was in chargeof Harrell.

a ...... WHAT having the trees set out by the VVVYVYVVVYYVYYYVYYYYYVVVLONG We extend our deepest sympa-
--, t load crew. thy to Arch Dobbs and his family -

Mr. and Mrs. Dock Waters of BRIDGE in the loss of his brother. -

1 Gainesville were Sunday night AND NEW RIVER The children of Mr. and Mrs. -

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones have all had the measles -

f. Calvin Johnson. but are now able to be out., MOTHERS: DAYFURNITURE ATHART'S. ,
f.i Mrs R. F. Merritt
Nancy Green, daughter of Mr.! We are happy to see E. C. Long I ..c
: and Mrs. Wilson Green enter- lAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAABoy hume from the hospital and doing
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t tained 17 of her friends at abating so well.
howdy, this is sure enough
party in celebration of Many Farm residents attendedthe
Letting summer time. It's time to _
her 10th Homecoming at Bayless High-
birthday. :
off
pull: your shoes and go bare-
f The guests were chaperoned at footed. Anyone in doubt that way Church Sunday and-also the

the rink by her parents Mr. and cummer has arrived should have levival last week at the Starke
Mrs. Green and Mr. and Mrs. First and the Madison St. Baptist -
t. been at Sampson Lake Sunday.

..,. 't ;i- Howard Douglas. Refreshments There were cars from all over, churches. '
Mere served later at the home. with a combination of all-day- Little. Phyllis. Harrell- has. beenSICK 3 ROOM GROUP 37995OR
BRAKES ALIGNMENT BALANCE Gene Edwards celebrated his stayers and dinner fishermen and for several clays but is now
improving. '
15th birthday anniversary, May
Inspect lining Correct caster Precision dy just plain swimmers.
2, at a party with 30 of his Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hardin and
and camber.namic balance Harold Shiver had a nice catchof
Adjust brakes daughter, Debbie Mon-
Correct toe-in = friends. 35 or more fish from New returned CAN BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY
1 Add fluid if, ?' and toe-out PrecisionI j t The center was gayly decorated River. day from a week spent with rela-

I! needed : Adjust $, static balance t v ith colored crepe paper streamers Mrs. Nan Merritt also had a tives in Birmingham, Ala., .. r
** V for the ocassion. Host and : Mrs. James Douglas and children -
Test brakes steering : Install weights 7 :I full string of fish Sunday.We 9PC.
LIVING
John spent Friday night with Mr. ROOM
affair
hcstess for this were -
f| j ALSO clean inspect and repack front wheel bearingsDODD'S1 ]I | Dale Register. Rose Lee Robertson are glad to see Fonie Crews and Mrs. Sherman Crosby.
i walking! now without the cast on GROUP
::- -- -. .- : .. --"'- .' .. .-.- .'_.J' Marsha Padgett, and Norma his foot. Rev. and Mrs. Alton Stephensad
children of Palatka and Rev.
Lee Parrish.;
Mrs. John Dukes is also at
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The young people enjoyed home McElroy of Hampton were Sunday I-SOFA BED
and well.
now doing
SERVICE SALES hours and ; night guests of the O. l-SPOT CHAIR
& AUTO I games during the party I Billy Shiver deturned to Doc- supper

: were served refreshments of cake! tor's Hospital Thursday for ob- E. Crosbys. PLATFORM; ROCKER a "

528 Walnut St. Starke Fla. Phone WO 4-3861 I cookies and soft drinks by the seivation. His roommate there is Miss Elaine Crosby was Monday COFFEE TABLE V! r- V
SulliSHOP guest of her brother-in-law and
chaperones Mrs. Beatrice
a family friend Vick Rhodes of 2-STEP TABLES
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Con- r
Newberry.Mrs. 1\VALL
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and a friend from Keystone

SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV visitors Heights at were the Sunday Lavender afternoon home. GRAHAMBAPTIST CHURCH

Mrs. Vick Rhodes and daughter Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning .-- 8-PC. BED ROOM
Patricia of Newberry were Worship, 11 a. m. Training I

weekend guests of the Shiver f om- Union 6:30 p. m. livening Worship t GROUP

ily. 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant -
FORLowest Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp wentto pastor. 1-Double Dresser with

( Johnstown Sunday morning to MirrorIBookcase

meet Mrs. s pp's sister. Bed

So long till next week. 1-Chest of Drawers

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By Stanley Crawford

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Your reporter Is getting along
cell after having his tonsils removed I DINETTE SET r

CONDITIONING ., Monday. Those visiting ..-
him while in the hospital were .. 16-Pc. Dinner Ware yY

Mrs. Den Colley Rev. J. E. Norman Tornado InsuranceWe

Cecil E. Crawford Jr.. Don Set
Newman Mr. and Mrs. Cecil can give you full protectionfrom

Crawford Sr., A. J. Crawford, and loss when at storm strikes / Dinette Set 9 ,

Don and Virginia Gaskins. Several causing severe damage to your rr21-Pc. 1

friends have also visited him home. Why not let us tell you

/- at home. about this Insurance! The cost N
Harold [Nook! Crawford of
RADIO & TV Is low.
SHEPHERD'S Charleston S. C. spent the weekend -

here with his parents Mr. No Carrying Charge and WeGive S&H Green Stamps!
and Mrs. Cecil Crawford Sr. Charley E. Johns

NEW LOCATION Mr. and Mrs. Lem Renfroe visited -

the Stanley Crawford family

INOLDA&PSTOREPhone ,Friday evening. AgencyDial HART FURNITURE CO.
Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Greek and

M.. and Mrs. Bobby Crews were

Starke Florida Sunday dinner guests of the w. WO 4-0121 I I
WO 4-6901 H. Green family. 123 E. Call St. STARKE, FLORIDA
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Monday evenii>g.

Left: View of the colorful ballroom aM en through Mrram-
1st WMU
1 In an impressive candlelight Baptist Wesleyan Guild
ceremony Mrs. Claude Smith Junior ers from balcony. Center: The Sophomore' servers in their (Birthday Party Dinner Planned
Uses Hawaiian Will Install
Director of District 4, installed -I I Hawaiian costumes Right: Wean severs relax for a niiixmtbefore

}.ir.;. :J. D. Warren, president; Theme At Meeting New OfficersThe resuming their duties* at the prom. I For Michael FutchMrs. For Teachers

!Mrs. R. I). Cauffman. vlce-pr sl-!! I II Who Are Retiring
: Mack Futch entertained at
.M dent; Mrs. Seymour Marco, record The Hawaiian theme was used Wesleyan Service Guilds, I

I .1. ing secretary; Mrs. K. S. MuIIins..I fn decorations and program when Units 1 and 2, of the Methodist Hawaiian Theme Used EffectivelyAt I a small birthday party wednesday -I An informal dinner will be hn.t
afternoon of week for
last
L corresponding secretary and Mrs.J .| the WMS-of the First Baptist Friday. May 22. at 1:30 pm ir
; Church will meet Tuesday eve I I her son Michael who was <>(>!ej -
.V. Rowe, treasurer. Airs. Jun-: Church met Tuesday, ..Maat, I
i Prating his second anniversary. the Starke elementary cafetonumhonoring
f ius Smith is the new sponsor.i the Church. ning in the Sanctuary for their I Junior-Senior Prom j
_. i The youngsters enjoyed playing: 1 teachers wno are letn.n::;
Each new officer was presented a The executive board meeting at combined installation or officers
-';'" :' corsage, and each outgoing ot-' 11 o'clock was followed with luncheon and pledge service. I The Enlisted Men's Club at!'end Calypso pants and Hawaiians aunng the party hours ana were this year.
I, given favors of balloons bubble l Hosts on this occasion vuii! f
ficer received a gift.A and a business and program Bcih Guilds will meet at 7:30o'clock t[Camp Blanding was transformed >le shirts for the boys. All wore 1

.-- Miss Nancy DrydenTo spring motif, using a china I meeting. The president, for their business meetings -;I into a lavish South Pacific setting leis around their necks and the 'm and lollops Ice cream the Bradford Education As&x is
and cake were served t.on.rrSUMS .
_. Wed Ray JuddMr. dohkey drawing a cart filled with Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, presided at with the installation of officers -I' last Friday night, as the scene gills had flowers in their hair. .. .. .
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yellow tulips, was uSfcd to decor- the business meeting, and also taking place at 8 o'clock., of the annual Junior-Senior Promof Those serving were Linda Gayle _' ' .L _
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and Airs. Frank Dryden of I late, the speaker's table. This was pave a report of the 65th annual :Miss Gertrnde Arlington of Bradford High School. Moody. Margaret Douglas. Linda "

Keystone Heights announce the, flanked by yellow tapers. session of the State WMU Con- Gainesville. District Secretary, will Carrying out the Hawaiian mo- Hldebran, Pat Harper. Beverly

at engagement of their daughter, Hostesses were Mrs. Stanley vention 'which she and others recently be the installing officer. I I tif, guests entered the door Chapman, Sandra Whitehead I 1

Nancy Caroline, to Millard Kay, Noegel. chairman Mrs. O. J. Aber- attended in Tampa. 11"as Mrs. C. H:. Hernwall! and Mrs.through a bamboo hut with a Faye Mercer. Linda Cox Barbara BEAT THE HEA

Judd Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mil-I jcrombie, Mrs. K. R. Harrell, Mrs,! voted to assist in sending It. S. Mullins will serve refreshments -[ thatched roof, and were greetedby I Green, Sally Sink, Bill Powell. *!to.t Gxt** .1 c

lard R. Judd of Starke. ( Lloyd Hedgecock, Mrs. A. J. three YWA girls to Ridgecr st in during the social hour. costumed members of the j> Marion Cottle. John Miller. With

The wedding will be an event ot : Strickland, Mrs. Carl L. Johns,! North Carolina this summer. Sophomore class who presentedeach Woody Strickland Jimmy Malone -

... next fall, with the date to be an Mrs. Nina Andrews, Mrs. J. Taking part on the program' Little WomenTo anival with a colorful lei.I' Glen Harrell, Sam Gardner, '' J

e. .. nounced later. Rowe, and Mrs. David Bachman.v.j.i were Mrs. L. C. Wynn, Mrs. M. *'. A large gold star was hung from ;I Richard Duggar Johnny Devore. -. FEDDERSAIR

. .'.. Miss Dryden and Mr. Judd both Mrs. Randal Chitty was Hazen Mrs. L. D. Haines, and Meet MondayA the ceiling, and streamers of red end Don Widegren. ,O 1

-- graduated from Bradford High Outstanding Clubwoman of the' Mrs. Garl Mathews. A trio comprised cupe paper encrusted with gold I At intervals during the evening I r

..-, School in the class of 1958. I Year and was presented a silver of Dee Walters, and Mary flower arrangement program stars, were draped to all parts songs were presented by Elbert '

.,..... bracelet with her title engraved. Louise and David Haines sang a will be presented by Kathleen of the room. Flowers and vines j! Hersey. impersonations by Pattie :

Circle 4 WSCS Mrs. Dolph Reddish was the special number.It Conway, program chairman, at covered the columns around the Kaye Lyons, and a hula dance by

winner for having the highest salesat was announced that the Helen the Little Women'*; Club meeting ballroom and were surrounded ,II Linda Raye of Jacksonville

Cihcle 4 of the First Her Monday evening at 7:30: o'clockin by potted palms on the floor j
Methodist the Thrift Shop. prize was Masters Circle meeting time is being I Hank Graham was chairman CONDITIONER
r- WSCS will meet in FellowshipHall [t dinner for two at a restaurant of changed to 10 a.m. on the the club house. I j Palm fronds and balloons were I Ii of the prom and assisting him .

Utlp at 8 p. m. Tuesday, May 12. ;,her choice, and included services third Tuesday. Mrs. C. J. Houpt, social Chairman i i arranged on the walls and at were, the following committee

.rti1. Hostesses will be Mrs. Marta of a baby sitter.A of the senior club, will install the rear of the bandstand was a chairmen: Johnny Stevens, time
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.. Whittle and Mrs. Sarah Hunter. incoming officers. II beautiful Hawaiian beach scene,
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semi-formal dance will be May Breakfast end place; Carol Temple. enter- '

.NrI. .... held at the Clubhouse l Saturday, Hostesses for the evening will which. added to the tropical setting I temment; Carol McRae. imitations '' COOLINGimi. 1

...... May 23, at 8:30 p.m. for club mem- Will Use ThemeOf be Karolyn Kaufmann, Carolyn j jI I ; John Dodd room decorations .

GAY'SHome ters, andlheir husbands 'or dates.; 'Bali Hai' Vickers Sally Sink, Ginger:I:1 Tables where guests were seat- : Margaret Dmkins. table -=' :::..

.'---. Refreshments will be served. Thornton and Mary Katherine led were covered with silver foil I decorations; Linda Sale refresh- _...n_...'f.iit. .:_:_...;.:.;.:._:. : ;. 299.95Now219.95! '
of water and in
the effect
to ,
1If-. Appliances The May Breakfast, highlight Wainwright. give ments. I .. -::: -'-==0.

.'.-..,,.. -. Elementary PTA cf the Starke Woman's Club cal- the center of each was an island The Saints from Georgia j t'*_. 1

. endar year is being looked forward Madison Street with palm trees and miniature Teachers College, Statesboro, Ga. i A modern meteorologist" uys"Hinnah
... w--.- Your Friendly Installs Officers Hawaiian dolls. "is a chap who tools'
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,... to with, great anticipation by provided music for dancing. ID
\VMS NoticeCircle also II into j girl's and tells
The punch table was eyes
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'- dub members as the social chair-. "
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.... Norge Dealer Mrs. Herman Reed, honorary covered in foil. and around the t weather!
-.. man, Mrs. C. J. Houpt, and pro- 2 of the Madison Street '
.I :life member of the Green Cove jrimch bowl was a beautiful arrangement -
., chairman. Mrs. C. L. Scholl.
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(Ii.Springs PTA, installed Starke which Baptist WMS tall meet Tuesday; of fern baby orchids,
, i MAtTAQ WASHERS I Elementary PTA officers at the air keeping the program May 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof I gladioli, and Birds of Paradise. '
will be the Bali-Hai theme, a Fl':
--' |tegular meeting Tuesday night, on Mrs. Riley Wasdin 234 S., Refreshments were served bY I II mrxry
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S OOLEMAN HEATERS and dark secret. The Breakfast will I I
..- .. following a codish supper. 13 Church St. Sophomores: and a tray was placed -j I CallUs
nOoK FuRNACES be held Wednesday noon May ,
Mrs.
Circle 3 will meet with ,
Officers installed were: president I on each table. Open-faced
Sat. S. 9
May I
. at 12 o'clock in the club house. -
Wood
Joseph G. 137 West Wash-
--.... Mrs. Harry Rabb; 1st vice- sandwiches were in the shape of t .
,'... We Service AH.MakesOf president, Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar; There will be a short business ington St., at S p.m. stars. circles and pinw-heels.I The Kettles on Old '""

Appliances ?nd vice president, Mrs. Jerry O. meeting in _the Methodist Fellowship Dainty cakes were decorated with MacDonald's Farm 'I Ivor., .,... ..
PHONE i Gay: 3rd vice president, Mrs. J. Hall preceding the Break- MYF ProgramA a palm tree on each. Attractive,I !Iq +Frw WI- V
: WO 4-7511 fast at 11:30. All members are Marjorie Main, Parker FiimellyThe :
Starke, Florida E. Hardy; secretary, Mrs Myldred I canapes cf ham, pineapple. and Expert ,. .
asked to attend.Reservations -'
I Cuttino; and treasurer, Al Cros group of University of Florida cherries were served along with Last Mile I .y. .

- by.BOBBINS' for members and students, sponsored by the Wesley Hawaiian fruit punch. With Mickey ICooney TV
. house! guests only, must be made Foundation will present a program -|; The Sophomore servers wore, ,
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. .. Plus Color Cartoon .
. for the breakfast by Monday with at 6 p. m. Sunday for the colorful Hawaiian costumes consisting ServiceI
. V -- Mrs. O. 6. Newcothb and Mrs.!' J. -
Senior MYF The group will be of sarongs fcr the girls, SUN., MOX.. TUES
. H. DuPre and their committee. under the leadership of Buddy i
I.. '"'' Officers May 10. 11. 12 !
.. Cole. jJaycee
. Southside PTA I' I Married A Woman
. Be Installed il
. iTo George Gobet, Diana Dors A
.. To Be OrganizedAn V l
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I.- ti organizational meeting to I 'Thursday, April 30, will be install-
Elvis: Presley, Judy TjlerPlus
form the Southside' Elementary I I ed at a banquet to be held late in
Color Cartoon
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School PTA will be held Thursday May.Those

night May 14, at 7:30: p. m. elected were: president,
-, In the Starke Elementary c fetoiium. I Jerome Johns; vice president, Wed. Thur. May lJ. 14

(Ray Goldwire; secretary-treas- The Lost MissileRobert
I lurer. Dave Bachman and state
.., At this meeting presided over Bradford County Hospital announces ; Loggia Ellen ParkerMACHETE
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by Mrs. R. L. Nesbitt, of Jacksonville -I the following births: I Recent BirthMr.

president of District VI, officers Mr. and Mrs. James Edward

BUYS FOR MOTHER'S DAYLADIES' for the coming year will be 'Ekard of Starke. a daughter, Lisa and Mrs. Dewayne Mastersof Marl Blame hard. Albert IfckkrrPint

.f elected, and the bylawsoted on. Michele. Apr. 30. Cartoon S C
, .>,. Middleburg announce the birth
-a.Ir Notices wiH be sent home by'1 Mr. and Mrs. Sampel Adro I I Itor's
.. cf a daughter on May 4 at Doc
,_....L.Kr. the children who win, be attendingthe j Brown of Starke, a son, Samuel Hospital.
SLIPS new Southside School next', bean, May 2, fI airy
/-..-- DRESSES fall. All parents who join the organization I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Casey. Jr. CEMETERY WORKING .<

-ar..ar I. .. By I at this meeting will'of Lawtey, a son Thomas Levi There will be a working" at the I: .. a7l'rf' I

...._ i charter members of the S uthside Casey IJI, May 1. 'Beulah Church [Old Cemetery! \ #J 1
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.... -_;. / 95 PTA so all parents affected Mr. and Mrs. William Alvarez in Clay County on Saturday, May .; \ as s gflt4 0
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M. : are urged to attend. 1 cf Starke. a daughter, Anna Ma-19 All interested persons are ask ;. 1 it ft !Ml
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r. Tom Casey Is newly appointed lia. May 1. ed to help. ::.
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piincipal of the school, and the j "!{, ct>'! ,
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teachers will be: Mrs. Carolyn', '
5,9d Val. J
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Cenova, Mrs. Lucille Payne, Mrs.1 The Perfect Gift tt 6.r, f1S J

Laurie Mullins.: Mrs. Kate Shep- ;< ... .."j..- : .. l'
99 pard. Mrs. Norman Allen and s
Mrs. For Mother's ? '
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The Brownie Scouts --will hold

., :12 20 111.2.241,2 7 52 their regular meeting i-'riday afternoon OF COURSE i 3 8 'p

at. 3:30 o'clock at.th. Cities Service
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home of Mrs. J. D. Warren. AT \ I II ..r..

LADIES' Last Saturday afternoon the
.t Girl Scouts and Brownies enjoyeda ) l' t\t.fjIlY\ nr/1oo'lifllJ \

HOSIERYLADIES' skating partyat'the GainesvilleRink. GEM JEWELRY
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The 28 girls were accompanied "
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I man and Mrs. Lola Garbett. Scout I a 0 1 remains unsurpassed!
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II I ...... Mrs. Freeman Register :'Jr.. Mrs. TIFFANY GEM s. -: } provide the highest octane in automotive his-

--- Robert Barksdate, and Mrs. J. 1!:. lI-KT. QUALITY r; 4 tory-bat in addition,it has every worthwhile
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WHITE a automotive fueL ...
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Ywy \- s? performance ...to the greatest power, pick.

to.. ,..-_ Lawtey Church ......... up and miles per gallon yoa've PLUS.ever Tbere'aDothin known.

a. ,HOUSE COATS A study bourse, Isaiah Speaks," Fin up with Cities Service 100
sa. else like it!
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.- And UpBOBBINS' Church Stance. A covered uhen you drive
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OTHERS AS LOW AS $42.50Watches
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.oC-- -.,- -. --- ----------.1; i Dr.: C. J. Houpt recently attended Insurance Firm MAYOR'S COURT ,
> I the 27th annual National
.. I''' Ostecpathic Child Heath! Con- Starke Offers Safety Cases handled in Mayor's Court!

ference and Clinic in Kansas City. Course To CityA Monday, :May 4, were: George I i Florida
10 Mrs. F. F. Stump left Thursdayto I
conduct bond
'Ja Sapp, disorderly 527
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attend a family reunion at the BPVf suggestion by Harry Rabbof tlTHEATRE
home of her. brother, James E. Wall Insurance Agency that forfeited. Franklin Douglas dis-!
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mE ass Wood and sister, Miss Inez Woodin r he set up a safety meeting for orderly conduct, true ime. Junior'
Amherst, Va. She will be gonea I Club city supervising personnel, was Kersey public intoxication, $Z7i,
bond forfeited. Fred Bryant,
"t in_!._u HUH i'*mi L_:_i_i mmiitmammo'_._._ _,_ _T_ _'_ _;. week. approved by City Council Tues- public intoxication T!7 fine. i
Purchase any model of Singer day night: '
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harrell Sandra Haas and Robin Mullinsare Sewing Machines at Denmark embers
Mr. Raab said that the high
WEre visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. confined with the measles.Mr. Furniture Co. Sat. May 9
incident of accidents among city ___ ,
Dunkley in Jacksonville last and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Mrs. M. F. Brown returned'last ,
employees was raising the
Thursday to Saturday. I| have had as guests, Mrs. Sidney Wednesday from several days Named pre- tt THE --
I. mium'cost of workmen's compensation -. rvROISTEROUS.Y
Alvin Chace and daughter. DebLJc. Walker of Waycross Ga. last visit with her daughter, Miss .
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and that instruction en Prevents & Destroys
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Katie -:i Wednesday to Sunday, and Mr Florence Brown in Miami. !
+!I safety measures and use of safety BOISTEROUS :
Simpson of High Springswere i! and Mrs.\. G. F. Floyd on Sunday. Mrs. F. F. Stump entertained To equipment should eliminate TREE ROOTS i STORY OF OURP.WS..WITH
: Saturday visitors: of Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch and z.t a Coca-Cola party Saturday I i w.er eye A ewee tidiso
many of the accidents. ,.,
,.TmtMIt lists a FII '-
j of Tallahassee
Ktta: Hcover. family were visitingMr. afternoon for her granddaughter
Mrs. R S. :Mullins.: : Mrs Nelson and Mrs. C. A. Futch on Sun- Marjorie' Ellen Thomson and the District Nine of 15 recent accidents involved ..,,DItet ; WILLIAM ,
I
Green. Mrs. Rebecca Simpson Cay. majorettes of the Jefferson High four employees and most HOLDENIN
M-s Henry Godwin and Mrs. L. I Mrs. M. C Wells, Mrs. Carolyn School, Monticello who were en- of them could! have been avoided. HIS.GREAT

IFutch; spent the weekend inI Redgrave, Mrs. Shellie Hall, Till- loute home from Daytona Beach. I Offices Mr Rabb said.Instructicn J. L. WATERSGeneral .

c-burg attending the Wesleyan:; : man Hutto and O. P. Hutto spent Miss Virginia Sewell of Mari- 1 .' will be by an insurance ACADEMYq
f-ervice Guild annual weekend I the weekend in Columbia S. C. anna, and Mr. and Mrs. James safety specialist at no Merchandise AWARD
meeting.: I where they attended the funeral Sewell and family of Jacksonville j i cost to the city. It will be schedul- PERFORMANCE!'
'lof their aunt, Mrs. Inez Stokes. are spending the Mother's Icti in about two weeks. Lawtey, Fix
\frO'! R. M. Lee and children of
-' I Mrs. L. S. Hutto who had been Day weekend with their parents,
I :>1!2hasf e were visiting her parent I- ____
;pending the past month with her Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. 1
; ?. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling, j .. 1I I tb
Sr. the weekend. I s.ster Mrs. Stokes, returned home Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Williamsof a val
over
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j v.th her family Sunday evening. Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. R. Factory Prices

Mrs. Sally Tison of Tampa J. Andrews of Westconnett and
'I visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. families were Sunday visitors of
R. Haislop last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.
7010-05 I Mrs. Lloyd W Herrin of Callahan Miss Ginger Jones student .t, 1
Ons With Each
Quart
was a Saturday visitor and nurse, has returned to St. Vin- FREE
I I Mrs. A. B. Jones of Callahan cent's Hospital in Jacksonvilleafter or Gallon One you buy
Me 666 spent all last week with Mr. and a month's vacation.Mr. Produced and Oiieded tj IIUIHUHWriUn !
Mrs. Tyler Jones. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins The Starke Chapter of Business)Other new district officers in MARY CARTER PAINT STORE for lilt scrren(7 HUT I OKIand
[Nil fill* BiWon8pjtrttold \ !
I and:: family have moved from the and Professional Women was!ture are Valerie Shoemaker. PIC-I Bewu and Edmund Tunmtf

Kincaid apartment to the Smith signally honored by having two of q sonville Beach, assistant 501 N. W. 8tfa Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 A Pjrjfflwrt Rt,Reott ..
SPRING SPECIAL and Mrs. Pearl McElroy,
louse at 346 N. Thompson street. its members' elected- district I
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Malphurs :City, recordng; secretary. I AND
i have moved from 708 McMahon posts at the meeting in Jackson', New officers of the Starke BPW I .

I I II .EMIt'iII] street to the Thomas house at ville on Apr. 26. Mrs. Desta Dyai !Club will be installed Thursday, when needRELIABLE
125 W. Washington street for- (seated) was elected District Director May 14, at a dinner meeting in you
E. and Mrs. Marguerite Hall the Garden Restaurant at 8 p. m.
merly occupied by the James 5191 Ifr.1n .
1 (standing, center) was elected Dis I Mrs. Dyal will serve as installing ]
I Ekards, who have moved to Saratoga I

A t JjUill uvul' w fl .Heights.Mr. and Mrs.. R. R. Reddish of-I I I, tnct Corresponding :Secretary.: of leer. GAS SERVICETHINK < 1 lmj iss

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Wt faster were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Sr. OF
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin. son, Charles, visited Mr. and Mrs. of Staatsburg N.: Y. and Mr. and $LADE GAS

ItjlllIii; I i I Chief and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter John Benny Sapp at Daytona Mrs. R. W. Reeder of New York :' s.

i y had as weekend guests at Santa I Beach on Sunday. City are spending this week with ._ ; 1,1 1E1H
RATED BEST
TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO OR UP
of 71* TV tested by Fe Lake Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Effie Johns and Mr. and Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Jr. 1,000
SAVE NOW ; leading independent Walker of Jacksonville. I Mrs. Freeman Johns were visiting Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat PHONE WO 4-3551 YOl11 Y1RT

_ _ _ _ letting laboratory Mrs. Arlen McKnight and Mrs. Mrs. Reba Beyer in Lake Butler Denmork Furniture Co.

NEW 1959 Handcnfted Quality Martha Snellen attended the I Sunday evening.Mr. 'Mrs. R. E. Gahagan and son .

Mental Health Workshop at the and Mrs. George Hugginsand Jack, of Bluffton, S. C. spent the I ,
I. State Board of Health in Jacksonville : family were at Jacksonville 4 .
I Ii weekend with Mrs. Mattie Gaha- ZENASYour r Pl
last Wednesday to Fri i Beach Sunday afternoon visiting I. .:1n. Jack attended the BHS Ju- JETSTONE ieAcidaMf RMr as1ws ;
day. !1 Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rockwood. ,}nior-Senior
i prom Friday evening. !-
,4 :Machine Oil and Light I II GEORGESTEVENSfe
Singer Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns and Jimmy Wiggins who is now
TV 4 Bulbs at Denmark Furniture Co.' sons Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe working at the Florida Bank in

EXTRA FEATURES Mrs. Effie Johns spent the first and daughter:? Tom Smith, Ray Jacksonville, was home for the PnxJudfcx**'
Service Saver"Horizontal I Chassis ; IT SWIVELS ; art of last week in Maxville withH. Goldwire. Harold Davis and Linda weekend. ATLANTIC Dealer -

Spoflite Dial Zenith Sunshine FOR EAST VIEWING '. D. Carter and Mrs. Henry Kay Sale spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Thomas I b ',. APIACE;

t picture tube Full power THE AlCOTT-Model C2221 Carter. Daytona Beach. cf Fort Myers were weekend .
transformer Pull push on/off; 21* diag. meas. 262 sq. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wysocki and INlHESliPKliMXiaHaMMTMMI
,guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert o/
1 tone control "Fringe lock" for inches rectangular picture Saturday evening supper guestsof daughter, Cindy, of Jacksonville Thomas.Mr. 0 'rot(txffilE ;:'?aola tiErEM
stable pictures area.Available in ebony or Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Grimes in went the weekend with her parents "IN STARKE 322 TEMPLE AVE. .. tarial
maroon colors. and Mrs. HAriM iwsdr MOOORt M Ea I
N.
J D. Wainwrightof M a w *
Gainesville.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines.
wawh.k
alwnTnpIt
a4/t oil] )1 r. $199.95 and Mrs. Harold Monk and Extra Bobbins save time-Stock Hollywood and Mrs. D. T. Clarkof FREE GREASE JOB FREEWith AtiweMrt+w 1

family and Mrs. Thelma Steele up with Singer Bobbins\ at Denmark Miami were weekend guests of 1 \

,., of Gainesville will be Sunday Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. every 10 or more Gallon of Gas purchased with
; guests of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. I Mrs. Orie Wiggins and L. G. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright participated Oil Change Plat "aobbers Ballet Ache" Car
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE ; in the Folk Festival at Stephen f
Paulk at the ton.Sun.
Miss Sylvia sang J Hemmingway were visiting Mrs. Foster Memorial. MECHANIC ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES
Moose Club in Gainesville last'iPS. McMillan in Jacksonville
WO 4-4081 234 N. TEMPLE AVE. Saturday evening. Monday afternoon.Mrs. Sam Zack was in Fort Pierce Specializing in Brake Work and Tune-ups j

Ernest Bolarid and children and Vero Beach over the weekenden ALSO FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ., Mon._--- May 10,11,:

r of Athens, Ga. are spending business. -
this week with her parents, Mr. T1aEtP

MOTHER THIS and Mrs. H. L. Speer. Mr. Boland Tree Rubs Wire Alt ti0F0 J JI
REMEMBER vliil join his family this weekend.I!i And Starts Blaze *

.. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville ;I + 'Cidpet', .
-- Us ; will spend the Mother's Day A gentle breeze and a rockingtree
E) ( weekend with her daughters, Mrs. I
4u top combined to create a tire
': H. L. Speer, Mrs. G. J. McGriff,I I5r. I
f scare at the home of Mr. SUN. MON. MAY 10 AND 11
J ., and Mrs. Lex Green and fam- :I and Mrs. --
coI 1 Ardell Crosby at 214 LafayetteSL
'
I N ilies.Mrs.. L. R: McDonald of Valdosta -: Tuesday afternoon.

s t .. spent several days this i George Macarages electrical "Gidget's the Greatest idgetL

week with Mr. and Mrs. O. F. foreman for the City Utility Department
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DENMARK'SNEW Fiemer, Sr. ,-said.the tree rubbed insulation -Dick ClarkCINEMASCOPE CINEMASCOPE A COlUMgl*EASTMAN'PICTURE COLGB
[ WITH A GIFT FROM Linda Richardson and Lynn I off th'e feed lines going

w Register are confined with mea-I into the Crosby house and grounded ; Plus -Little Boy with Home" Car

1, .... S)lS. the two wires. The wires got _"' --0 toon.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw entertained I hot and insulation started burning .
at a buffet supper last: across the street.Neigrbors -

t SINGER SEWING MACHINES Saturday evening honoring Mr.t said the fire raced ((1riSrMM1I Tues., Wed May, 12, 13
4 if* 'i iLOODof
and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw, Sr. of -
along the wire to the house; which

I _._ .. .. .. ,- Jacksonville on their 45th wed- ,I looked as if it were catching on ,
-h'-n -- -
II c'ing anniversary. Among mem-
tI
I a, -n. ters of the family enjoying the 1 fire.The Fire Department was called to *w 1
f
affair were Mr. and Mrs' Paul I but the blaze had -" IsI_I c M N irrlr tlttserl I(
stopped as w w f
Sullivan and family of Cocoa, Mr.I GBREttfSPla-fRll1 PJFfE 1fN61l+S ll
soon as all insulation
69s on the wires '
I Jacksonville t sartMPLO1IE'1LlWi IIiCiPCipiE ,
? end Mrs" R. H. Outlaw' of vas burned off.
and Mr. and Mrs.. B. S. : .
Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said : EUTMAH COLOR
Outlaw, Jr. of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bradley of his' men answered a call at 1124 I

Chattanooga, Tenn. were Tuesday North Pine St. Sunday afternoon. '
visitors of Mrs. C. A. Knight. A frame house belonging to Weg Buy a Ticket from any Bant! member to help them iA ltll ts11Wtlsut P+ttpE/'

Your Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch are ressr-Jessie! Mae Sewell was 'saved. make their trip to the Afadi I Gras.
r r Singer .. .
in Miami from Wednesday' to but> the furniture and other contents '" 'I' ,
Sunday attending a medical seminar of the house were a: complete Adm:A'duliS'65e Children under 12 25c
AccessoryHeadquarters Joss.: I
4i. I T t 1 e 4 M t e
Mrs. Jack Williams of Gainesville I twi. ;- I -

was visiting Mrs. S. R. Johns .

and Mrs. H. C. Brown Tuesday DRACULA

evening Mrs. Kirby Reichman and Mrs.
FREE SHOWEACH r
Carrie Merchant of Madison were

Modern MondaY luncheon guests of Mr.

and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. .
'I
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Corey -
BED LAMP Johns last week were Mr. and SATURDAY u umu HTOUTWUI mM
MORNING 10:30 A!
Mrs. Carl Rhoden and Eddie : plan "Dog Tales'1 Cartoon I
Combs of Macclenny Mrs. J. W.

Ea.. ilr AdjustableU'L ,,. Eddy, Maxie Reynolds; ZeUaa AT THEFLORIDA
Rhoden and Mrs. Nella Burnside

Approved -_ Pll of Waldo. .
Felt Lined 11 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldweflwere :
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Hangers en Sunday.visttmg'relatives in'Reddtcfc' THEATRE"RADIO

Reg. $1.95 Mr. and_Mrs.. Ned Yanfcey and p
family'visited Mrs. J. P.;Stevens s, .

Hi. Sanford over the' weekend and
only f.OO I nlro visited Daytona Beach and I KING AND SENOR1TA"Pick

New Smyrna. fr
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Replace your old sewing ma-
Shade Is 8 Inches Long chine belt with anew Singer Belt

from Jan Denmark Mtmdbrff Furniture of 8'Co arke.-. a Up You FREE Tickets at the Following Merchants -

"It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" Junior at Oglethorpe Universityin

Atlanta, viII'appeal'? in the Simmons' Koch Drugs Starke Hardware Co.
Oglethorpe University Player's .

DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY production for; Burning of" "The a 15th Lady's' century Not Ace Electric Service City Barber Shop' AT WAR


r drama Hay 89.Maek to. be presented ''there on Terwillegar Motors Barksdale's Dept. Store WITH THE

i OF affifl: STARKE Williams is in" Way- Shepherd Radio. tV Local Finance Co. of'Starke & 0

cross, Ga. this week on business.;

Mr. and Mrs. G; K. Bennett of Robbins' Dept. Store Gem Jewelry : .
431.146 West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke Florida' I plus !fLapetfte Parade .Cstb,
Orlando' ,will: be weekend guests --"' .., ,-- .' -, -- -

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COPNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA THTRSDAY. MAY 7. 1939 !!

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; Q' undfrsiitnfd. under the revisions
Bicycle Rodeo ar Rifle Matches Mark Rap Co. under which I am
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? 'MIi' of Cliaptrr 10.533. Law of Florida. W. C. T. Art of 1911. iiill with the
rrgtcter
Teaches SafetyTo Held At Camp rierk of the Circuit Court. In and JESUS WAS CONCERNED

r -p for Bradford County, Florida. upon OVER ONE LOST SHEEP. TODAY .
I rrrtipt of proof of publication of
Youngsters Last Weekend : a' this notice the flctitloux name of THOUSAND ARE BEL'iGLOST
g t' r, engaged |In hunlnriH at 115 N. Temple TO HIS CHURCHTHROUGH
,1 -. A"e, Starke. Fla.
Around 150 marksmen took partin A. ( Houston. Keyctone Heights.ol I ALCOHOL.
: Sixty-two elementary, junior three events held last Saturday 4i owner IS THAT NOTHING TO YOU?"

high, and pre-school children i on the Camp'Blanding: rifle range, Dated, thl, >th day of April A. D.. (THE FLORIDA GOOD NEWS)
n; mt Starke, Ltadtort County
took part in the bicyclj rcdro I the largest 1 gh.po'ftered.range_in & : Florida.

held Saturday at the Pratt St. the state The Blanding matches

Playground.Each are growing in importance and WHY PAY RENT?

child' rode through a are likely to attract more and LEON'SMARKET

cnurse; which had been laid out more rifle enthusiasts each year.

ty members of the Jaycees under : / Hq & Hq Co.. 'Ist,Battle Group, i. WILL BUILD HOME

the supervision of Safety OfficerL' \: 211th Inf. of Miami won the covet- ON YOUR LOT

R. Jansan of the Florida High- ed Taliaferro Trophy at the annual 1

fray Patrol. high-powered rifle. shoot Sunday FRESh; FISH, FRUITSand No Down Payment -

At completion of the test each ;, morning with a team score ot VEGETABLES; ;

Mild: was given a, "license" anda -- 1301.: Finishing in second place Also Sundries TONEY HOME BUILDERS,
bicycle "registration." was Co. Ay 748th Ordnance Bn. of Inc.

The safety program carried Jacksonville', winner of the trophyin :-1 -J y Open Dai6! AM I 8 PM

out in the schools during the' : 193.; :I'he'.rscore, was IZMJ. 'I Contact RAY FORTH
week with instruction and films,II) Tommy Lance (left) and Calvin Varnes prepare to take their Fourteen teams from National Cor. Thompson & Brownlee

was initiated'by the Business and turn around the course laid out by the Jaycees lit the Bl Jcle Guard units throughout the State SI*. Near DepotPh. !>> PHONE 4123

Professional Women and spon- Rodeo last Saturday. Florida Highway Patrol Safety Officer took part in this annual competi WO -1.8033I Keystone Heights, Fla.

bored by the Jaycees and Rotary- I>. R. Jansan tested 62 young bicycle riders for their knowledge tion. Each team 'IS'1 composed of

Bicycle descripticn. number of safety signals. a captain and' five firing mem- First Holy Communion Class I I .
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name and address of owner and -

his parents, will be filed with the bers.Fired in conjunction with the Pictured above with Father Cor- Linda Futch Teresa Ann t I)1JnJt' I

police and will aid in case the Crosby. pranksters. Taliaferro Trophy Match Was the nelius Dougherty arc members ot David Knepper. 2nd row (I-rJ| Sell It Rent ft Trade It

bicycle! is stolen. While the Jaycees were In the I James Groover furnished each Individual Rifle Championship the May 3 First Holy Communion Roxana Valldejuli. Eleanor Thompson -

Police Chief Riley Sweat invites vicinity with paint brushes: they child with a Coke as he finished Match to determine the high shooter -I Class at St. Edwards Catholic Father Dougherty Cheryl

all bicycle owners to regIster also' painted out the letters that his test and Al Crosby also actedas of the Florida National Church. Eusscn. Joyce Thompson. i WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

their vehicles with his de- were inscribed: on the water tow-, judge in conjunction with Eighty individuals fires: Merribers of the class are: front Members of the class will also

er several years ago by some,Safety Officer Jensan. match which was won Guard'1 row ((1-r) Michael Fogg. Kelly take part in the May I'roceasion
partment. He said he will set upa M HOUR OR I.EIS Oae I..*rtl a (MUfaMM Charge) jff
Richard A. EVors Co. A. ; Marie Richards Madonna Meng. to be held on the church ground ??
file with the papers turned EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER M ___ 4e Per W.rMf.
over to him at conclusion of the Hospital Week pital at this time, and will be Ordnance Bn. of Jacksonville- wan I Phyllis Irene Meng Randall Chlsm. Sunday, May 10. at 3 p.m. DISCOrXT OS! REPEAT IX9ERT1OXS! SAJIZ AKf )

program so that stolen bicyclescan given an explanation of its serv a score of 273. In second place ., ADDITIO.>AL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS ]XOT PAID Vf ADVANCE.

be To Be Observed; was Sgt Donald R. Edwards and ''In Lake I Ii
more easily recovered. Crosby Cemetery con-
i CLASSIFIED: DIPLAT $li5
Swanbom
ices.In Arthur Pet Ieh Pint ham'.*
Lt. A.
Those helping with the regis- Auxiliary PraisedSunday commenting on the week's third place winner was Roy ducted by the Naval Unit of Jack I 'Mt PER INCH FOR "4M : AD REPEATED O>B OR MORE TIMES

tration were Mrs. J, D. Doyle observance. R. E. Edmondson, Diehl, both of Hq Co.. 1st Battle Retired Navyman, sonville.
Group. 211 Inf. of Miami. CARDS OF THANK (t> T. M Wrda) _
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Mrs. Pauline Torode. Miss Madge marks the beginning of hospital administrator, said: I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
State Championship HighPower Funeral FridayArthur OVER 69 WORDS ---____ 4 O.t. Per Ward
Middleton. Mrs. John Green. andMrs. t Naticnal Hospital Week which "Your community hospital stands i is in charge of arrangements.
Matches also fired at
Desta Dyal. will be observed by communities ready 24 hours a day, seven days were 39. U. WKMORIAt.ft: AKD! RE9OL17TIO9! _____u. __. 4 Cnt P.r Wr
weekend. The
Blanding during the Walter Swanbom
Jaycee members who helped lay tr.roughout the nation May 10- a' week around the year to meet
nine matches culminated in theGovernor's S. Navy [retired! died in a Jack- XOTIfK OF INTKNTIOVTO WE HAVE a new loan program for NOW The ultimate tn prestige. riOt
fcut the course were John Kope- J 6. The local observance will include the most unpredictable needs. It IIKCHVTKR FICTITIOtS 1SAMB farmers. Loan. of 1 to S year ENGRAVED banner cards IIJ.9S
Match which I
Trophy sonville hospital Tuesday morning Notice is hereby given that the for the entire credit requirements (price includes .
lousos Mac McGriff. Bob Benner I an open house at Bradford must be prepared for individual plate) Never before
was won by Joseph J. King of after a lingering illness. He was of the farmer and his family. engraving at this low price.
Dave Bachman. Donald Ray County Hospital on Wed., May emergency and community disaster Gainesville Production Credit Bradford County Telegraph tf
of 290-
Gainesville with a score Ill.
Chicago.
1919 in
born Oct. 25.
ley. Woody Wood. George Til-I 13. from 1:30 to 4:30: p. m. The at all times." I Association. VO ftorth Main.Gainesville. .
19V, and C. Murray J.lcQUattt ot but moved to Bradford County at Fla. techRADIOS CITRUS bearing sizes,
Bob Hendricks. chairman rublic is invited to tour the hos- In a recent letter. the hospital i container
Jacksonville, with a 2313V. The the grown. Also Plum Carner
an early age with his parents Apple-
WUD-U ? ? ?
Board
.- of Trustees expressed appreciation four-man team match was won by REPAIRED Pear Hood and Eli'win. Fig.
to Mrs. late Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Swan- All Hake* All .....1e Grapevines, Persimmon, etc. Ever
P. G. Felos.
the Fort Cordon, Ga. unit with a bom. who resided north of Starke.He Uaaaaable CkargeaJ.HKPHERIV9 g-saraat... greens. Shade Trees Camellias, over

tresident of the Bradford County score of 110668V.The is survived by one sister. Build a Home on Your Lot .. RADIO TV 40f varieties. Azaleas fine plants.
la. *
Hospital (irees. O..r full o bud and
Auxiliary, for the fine bloom. See our
eYBU1HIN Spodabie vi oik of that organization. matches were sponsored by Miss Dorothy Swanbom, of Starke. or Farm? n. W. Tall tt. Fbaue WO-..tl plants for quality. We are located
The the Camp Blanding Rifle &: Pistol Funeral services will be held at Starke. Fia. 1! miles east of Keystone Heightson
r-ost recent project of the Auxiliary Club with the approval of the National Hiway 100. Thousands of plants.
was the furnishing of a cabinet 4:30: p.m. Friday in the First NO MONEY DOWN GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding IDvitalions -0. C. Games Nursery, Phone hit(!
Rifle Association.
Methodist Church. of which he with double envelopes lOj 4-495. Flfrrahom. Fla tfNO
,- type refrigerator for the i I SEVEN YEARS TO PAY for $%1.5S. Bradford Cour'T Telegraph .
I nurses station to hold certain was a member with Rev. DonaldKokomoor tf MONET rxW.V Zenith
BHS Second NO ABSTRACT NEEDED
medications. officiating. Pallbear- Washing Machines, now at DA.
Just Received large of HMER-S.
will be members of the U. S. shipment tflchg
The rrs wd angle "
iron channel
letter 1"
Iron
stated: "Your past We Do Not
projects donations of In Group 3 Navy. Jacksonville and military teams. Suitable for all purposes. FOR SALE C.irls 20 In. bicycle
equipment, rites will be held at the graveside Keep Your Deed Also, new stock of doors windows two new tiri-s $10. 717 West ,
and the personal hours of workat I screens and screen doors, ns>d soil ('!pre-sSt_ Phon.0_4-4 ;;:t
pIpe. and water pipe all sizes. Steel -
the Track ,
MeetBradford
receptionist desk as well AS LOW AS $37.50 office safe show case, double porcelain St-e STROUT REALTT for Farms.
as in various other ways contributed cabinet sink. Home Businesses,
by the members of the High was second in the WEEKEND COTTAGES PER MONTHVe Drop In look around W. T. Jackson and small. acreage large
Class A Group 3 track meet at rear of Big Dad factory. Starke
S L E E K Auxiliary were reviewed and the the University of Florida last AU Facilities Provided build anywhere in Flor- (phone Thmoa WO4001.. Ask; forIr.: STROIT REALTY
scope of labors Ifche
your is hard to
As Saturday, with a total of 38 $6.00 Per Night JOHMK IIA:\gey.: RKP.I .
T realize until they are summarized. ida and no travel added 1.0MAI. FLORIST
$ Iruly, a remarkable record of accomplishment points mostly on second place (TwoJJeds Sleeps People) Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. *. O. Box 307. Stark. Jr'''. f .I. S.
that finishes. Gainesville High won the Free use of one boat with each BLOCK OR FRAME flowers wired any place. Flowers V. S. MlWanted
should be for
all
meet with a total of 64 12. occasion locally. Phone Itrhg!
l formally acknowledged by your cottage. Ideal family outing. $25.00 IN CASH WO 4-Km! SOg; E"'It!' Nona St Itrhg
Fred Brandes was aecond in the I I -Lawns to Mow Contact
\ friends
and neighbors, in whose Excellent Fishing Rosemary!' Eddy. Bookkeeping Serv Padgett at Bradford
t 120-yard high hurdles and the ISO! County Telegraph -
=EE! behalf your activities are directed. i > FOR LEAD OF SALE I ice. Tax SpecialI come to you." ,I phone WO 4-3101. tf
Statewide recognition by the low hurdles; Sam Gardner placed Doggett's Resort Call Green CO\'. S752 or write So. _
M second in the shot-put-Billy; Hel- Highland Ate. Green Cove Springs. FOR SALE-10 lots on W. Pratt
: Florida Association of Hospital &abeck tied. with Cherry of PK.t BUDDY'S LANDING Mail I. To.: "HOMES"! Fin 4fp 5.11: and PaJJt... uuSelI one or all. Phone
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t l Easy to carry!! JL: Auxiliaries has been shown in the for fourth place in the high Jump; Earleton, Fla 902 S. Range, Madison, Fla.at rOR KENT-Two ld, room houseon WO RrownW 4-SOJJ or St.rail by Leon's :3tp Market"IJ,
appointment of 'I
your treasurer toa Jim Hobbs placed third in the I State Prison road in Heilbronn I
=_ high office in that organiza- Spring section. Sw J. "'. Gaskins' '
pole vault; Henry Hall placed second Ti ute 2, Box JS, Starke. Fla. tf '
---- tion."May in the 880-yard run; and Sam I Pyrofax Range
organization
your proceedto Gardner 'was third in the discus
even greater respect and en- WILLIAMS JEWELRY you'll find \l'n' .\GE SALEALL
Start At : throw. I Igtat I SO acre cut-over land, 3% miles
lbs ItyIIIISertaltla. Hew Veri-I. ,"" portable' (parment in the hearts of this Other points were picked up 'by from Starke. on good graded road.
.. .....*...170-P-04. I RANGES MUST GO!
U* 'q. pctvrt. 3 fcon Henry Hall second the 880-yard
17 Inch* Portable TV un, James Thomas, fourth in the o h. 214 acre home site good graded PRICE CUT

j -(tub* overall diagonal,156,M. in. pktvre) _ CD SummarizesAlert low hurdles and Irwin Martin and :f road S1 0.00. cash or terms. 3 CYL. GAS FREE!

Results Here William Silcox, who tied for fourth I acre horn. site In-1wren Hampton Old Ranges :Make Down Payment

in the pole vault. ;j : .. and Theressa paved highway
RCA VICTOR In team events BHS had a third 0000. INSTALLATION FREE
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Friday and Saturday, May 8-9, "> ,/ "p '"
in the mile relay and a fourth In ->$; NEW HOMES Plus FREE rake Decorator
local Civil Defense service heads :-
Various styles and plans. See them
HiV the n.w shop of TV-sleek,, slim. beautiful to will summarize their activities and the 880 relay. A.t .. new and take your choice. See Tour Pyrofax Distributor
The Tornadoes will enter their ;. -- ,' ,
attractive looking ,
behold. Veri-thin styling-the most
theoretical condition of the area KIGSLE'L.K': : CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS
last meet of the season next 'rues- d
portable you've ever seen! So powerful you get outstanding two weeks after the alert of April Choice location water front reasonable AND APPLIANCE CO.
when travel to Games-
day they price with .
terms.A.
in most fringe areas! 24. It This Year. We Have
performance even yule to compete the State meet. Make Jewelry J. 119 S. Walnut St. Starke

SIa orit; Sold Circuit Automatic Channel Equalizer Purpose of the drill of is to health determine What You Want at Prices You ;113 Temple THOMAS Au.. Tel.REALTOR WO 4-5701 I PRICE AS LOW AS $129.50
the condition
S Tubs fiord Transformer-Powered' Chassis Prim .
aryDateBack Can Afford
facilities food and clothing supplies :
New Front Tuning and Sound Fill-Size Ttlescewt Arte.M
electric power, and fuel and INbtRAME: AUE:>TS FOR SALE-Terrell's Uarbccn.

But Picturi in I Portabli Nn Signal Guide Toner transportation facilities after care To May WATCHES COSTUME sod If you servicing are experienced franchises in writing group Gull ito -8%Girt miles Shop.south&;of home.Starke.Hi Sell-*ay

.', twice! oi much fun when you'rt a 2-TV family! cf the evacuees that would have DIAMONDS JEWELRY coverage and want a permanent mg because of ill health. See owner
been sent here if the practice Florida's brief experiment with business of your own with an [J.- P. Terrell 3tchgIIANDVRITING 5,15,

COf't i.Z'ay./ .., UHf_UHF,VKF Mn r optional. trxSHEPHERD'S s.'ert! had been the real thing. eptember abrupt primary halt this elections week cameo as abill and exceptionally a raisxs every good month.income We to start have : : SECRETS re'ealetl -

Director Bill Haas said that an Just such a job for the right man. in book of absorbing interest to
CD I changing the voting back to If interested send all who
ready' WILLIAMS JEWELRY"YOUR your name and study our Character traits.
most services are "far from May became law without the aldress and a letter stating pre- Only ".00 postpaid. C. E. Boedecker.
\.ous experience to Harvin and "..* ". *,
to meet an attack. .ut- Starke. Fla. Phone
RADIO & TV Governor's approvalThe JEWELER" Allen Inc. Agency P. O. Box 47 BIGHT gOPTt wr D 1957 LegiSlature changedthe FRIENDLY Jacksonvilfc' I. Via, All inquires

Starke Florida led TOE your favorite ESTERBBOOBrxmtain primary date from May to 142 \V. Call St. Phone WO 4-8311 1!.:IIin_ ptrit ronfioVm ;,p. 57| m.nte FOR REXTftJrnl.hed liO and ISS per mo. Electric apart-

Pen. TTUGBAPH: September on the recommendationof IVAXTED.-Two women to sell ut ilUif' air condition for bedroom
Governor Collins and other officials famous TCPPERWARE. Earn $;J. nly. Shady Lawn. 11.. mile B Call
--- _ tw $75 weekly. Mu't ha>", u.-e of !o\t. bridge Pengent Rd. RID Box
: who thought it would be "iiveyourcaralift- car. No experience ne Ie beneficial to campaigners to T"slmt'nt.Vrlte or wlr: Tropical KWiif'. tr..hlf
Sales', P. O. Box 6952. Orlando Fya.
horten'the time between the primaries atp S'14 WAXTED-Odd Job or steady!
and the General flection; rork. Interior or eterlor DecoratIng -
I in November.The ffou..e For Rent at Kmgsley May -Yard Work-Landscaplng.Wiii-;
through September. 2 bedrooms dow neaning-Hoaw .
I STOP ROACHES change proved unpopular, Urge screened porch dock and picnic rent' .. Experienced: Sober WashlngR.f and reliable. --
however with politicians as well shelter. All riectric kitchen. Can' Al basement Apt. No.; 5,
as the voting public. Nobody Call LE 3-2541 or Wo 4-11I1)1. 2tch 57* 208 North Cherry st. jack Ware.lip

seemed to like the arrangement
most of the campaigningwas Furnished Apartment For Rent. Carpenter Contracting. Residen-
whereby Apply Townsend's Ororery Kings.t tat drawing: and blue printing. H.
thrown into the hot summer .. Lskp IIr" 5'1 ..h.hn500. Rt. I Box 12L.A! phone
months of July and August.In \\0 '-U 3. Itp

: AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD PESTS answer to the public demand, sends Fishing Grocery.Worms For Klngsley Sal at Town Lake. '"OR RENT-4 room furnished

a bill was introduced early in the 4''''<* $'21 house. I acre land. 2 miles from
t-'wn. $J9
a mo. Phone Wo 4-0945
- the
present session changing primaries IfF.LP WANTED MILE A FEMALE frs. *_ B. '''rdan. Rt. I Box 427
4II back to May. bAN \\"O\tAN-To: take over tn.. .ff HTwuy. 111_Jtp
rsnt of established customers in
Starke Weekly profits of $50.00 or FOR SALE;-Thkrman Jones home
Co. C CompletesUnit more at start! possible. No car or kite on Brooker Tlo i. gee Ed Nort .
other investment Will 'n.n ("ollrt Hones.
r necessary. 2tp 5114Jist
ReorganizationCo. http yon get started. Write C. R.
We Can GUARANTEE To Control ALL Household noble. {)f"pt. $-1. The J. P. WalkingCompanv. modernized 3 bedroom house
C. 748th Armored OrdnanceBn. J..mf'blc. 2. Tenn. Itp Will rent to responsible family for
S.n J-4 .
mo. )f North of Starke.
Pests For What You Are Probably Spending .. commandedby Capt. Randal EASTER LILIES for Mother's Day. Tfonir-* "Tt p..p'lt.h -
(: W. Cheshler, 5JJ W. Pratt.
Chitty completed-: unit reorganization Best way fa not with a helicopter attachment, but phone ffl. WO 4-H17T Ifrhff FOR SALE Sun-Beam lawn mower.

On Ineffective Home Control Measures as a result of the 48th .. fl with buy from your Phillips 66 Dealer. f-electlve. transmission free wheel-
Armored Division's change over to gasoline you NICELY FURNISHED 2-room Ing. self-propelled 2 2-4 HP. Ron
Whether choose Phillips 66 FHte-Fud or apartment and bath. with large Ilk* new Pee and make reasonable
the Army's new pentomic unit con you patio. Two adults only. No pets. .."." flu_ WMae W.e fnylr ;::14
, : : i cept. The pentomic divisionlz Phillips 66 Gasoline youH notice: an immediateirnrrovtnientinyour'4takeofirpowcr.Easy Ffcone WO 4-4621. Located STO W.
:f r 1I1t S t Itrhg FOR SALE-1% miles S. of. Starke
.:; : CALL FOR FREE INSPECTIONS designed to create a more.mcfUe: starting! en Hy 100, J% acres. 35 ft. hlwar

and flexible organization using today's LOST-Fountain Pen. Gray-Sliver frontage. High -and dry and all
Lively} acceleration: A smoothaea you may never cap near Poet Office. Reward if ,I.._... Po... wn 4-sad_ Ctn 5IIFxperi.nced !
modern
weapons.
: : AND ESTIMATES returned to J. W. Abel. 441 W. CallSt
:
:. Co. Cs manpower nowjtands. at have experienced before! lip carpenter* wanted to

four officers two.warrant officers. No other gasolines give you the combination of work In this area. Steady work.
; FOR RE""T-Furniabed apart- Must have own tools and transpor.
4 and 52 enlisted men. Twenty- high performance components you get in Phiffips 66 ments. Reasonable' rates. Near t..tion. Apply. write or phone Jim
eight men .formerly with co. C shopping center. Phone WO S-20II Walter Corp. nil W. Beaver St.tfrhg.
Gasolines. So why not get all the driving pleasure ('I' WO 4-51J4 or call at 21J S. J..1r"nt..
:to
transferred
were Headquarters Cherry St (Shell Oil Co. Office.
; FLORIDA PEST CONTROL Company fcut nave been attached your gasoline dollar win buy?Fill up tfrh FOR SALE-Large cement block:
for drill homo m acre lot. ZO pecan trees.
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back to Co. purposes. at the nearest Phillips 66 Station! FOR RE""T-Furnillbed Garage All City facilities. In city limit.
These men will continue to attend soartment Living room. bed room Very reasonable. 9Z9 Thomas St
bath and all electric kitchen. Adults P1on. wo 4.a"
weekly: drills and training with Only. Mrs. J. )I. Mitchell. 305 W.Madison tt"1f
AND CHEMICAL COMPANY Co. C at the local armory. on Temple JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. St. Itchg ?Iagyari Well Drilling. Price rea
Ave. sonable. Inquire John llagyarl Rt.
The lost one officer Stark, FOR SALE 2 Box 53%. 3 miles north on 311.
Company New 2 bedroom borne. Awning 'to 511FOR
224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 1st Lt. James" 'Bloodworm,. WbO Tfndows. plastered! walls, hardwood
: was transferred to Co. B at Camp i- : : "(\On.. tile bath. large screened RENT Or SALE-I bedroom"artlv
to'ffll that K>reh. 3 blocks South Winn-Dixie furnished him ,, on Rt *1.
Blanfling vacancy -- iTTW'ri I block of W. Madison. $500 down. ;Vf-vf" Height, Call CUI or a..
--- ..- existed in inal unit. | .. Call J. L. Andrews W'OI C3. Itchg r K. Wrfl-. lip
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA


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t -' STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959 .1


TTTTTT V TTTTT TYVTYYT TT n I y.yy.................., I COMMUNITY CHURCH OF

c de I KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.
FLORAHOME i I

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS k' at MELROSEBy t| AND GRANDIN Albert C. Holt, Minister

Dr. James D. Pail, Organist,
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By Mary K. Schaeffer I Joyce Rothhammer !,. Pita By DaneAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAIAAAA : Choir Director.
!!* Church School 8:41:
__ I I Services:
'AAAAAAA&A4AAAAAAAAAAAAaMr. a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
of Commerce Notes the School Playground for the I
Chamber I Mrs. A. J. Shannon x.
and
More than 3500 of the new I summer program, and the school :i t tr end daughter Jeannine of Jacksonville Mrs. Oscar ,G. Halverson of St. WJIianfr Catholic Chapel

brochures of Keystone Heights;: bus for transportation for out- w 3 w I Hcrahome. her mother Mrs. Sar- Keystone Heights
visited Lt. and Mrs. V. Y. I'f
have been distributed within the I of-town games. Quite a few con- aC st3tom. ah L. Osteen and her brother
: Crawley recently.Mrs. Lloyd D. Osteen of Hollister visited Suncuy Mass at 8:30 a, m.
past two weeks to various parts tributions have been received already t O.d
of the county as well as locally.j and contacts for further F. M. Barnett has moved j 1 'I Mis. Halverson's: sister. Mrs. Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.

Another thousand will be sent to donations to the program will be back to Melrose. Olaf! Anderson of Jacksonville, Tuesday Masa at 8:00 a. m.
+ Mrs. French Confessions before all Masses.
Cole Mr. and Mrs.
the Florida Welcome Stations made within the next few weeks. last Thursday.
this week. If anyone in Keystonehas This week inquiries will bent Riefschyder, and Miss C. E. Good- J''' Mrs. Alma Clark of Florahome Baptisms marriaees and instructions -

requests for our brochures s to school children to find son of Jacksonville, sisters of Mrs. fsw.x r r "x and her son and daughterinlaw.Air. by appointment

he may contact Mrs. Joe Daurer cut how many will be interested .. Harry Jackson were in Melrose and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and in Tallahassee after a visit in

secretary, at 4331. m participating in the recreatior .e Saturday at the Cemetery Asso-, their daughter: Kathy of Bardin Grandin.H. .
ciation meeting. Other well- SpeakerCol.
Rotary !'
The next Chamber of Commerce i program this summer. attended a family reunion recently B. Sikes Jr. spent several
meeting will be held Monday' The next meeting will be helc .,c > t known: people at the meeting included I,. at the Jacksonville home of:, daysin Grandin last week with

May 18. With the Southern Regional Wednesday May 13, and will bea fet .s, ,. Mr.- and Mrs. L. H. Grimes Mr. and Mrs. Charles Packham.l!' ii.s parents Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
.r Jacksonville; Mrs. Frank Stuart H. R. Kelley (left 1 of Mel-
; Water Ski Tournamentonly planning and scheduling meet- Mrs. Packham is Mrs. Clark'sdaughter. Fikes. He returned to his home
2nd daughter, Mrs. Mildred Mc- rose introduces Col. Leigh Pear-
two and a half months away, .ing. Carl 1 Duncan supervisor : I! in Griffin. Ga. Thursday.
the Chamber members will be the program will be at the meet- Culum and children and Warren sall. also of Melrose. when the Mrs. Oliver Tanner of Flora- Sunday afternoon guests of
Youths Run Town GovernmentOn and Maxle Today all of Gaines- latter gave an interesting talk on
busy preparing for this large un- ing. Indian relics at the Keystone heme is getting along nicely after Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp were
dertaking. Business at the next Keystone Woman's Club ville.Mr. surgery in Bradford County; Mrs. Sapp's parents, Mr. and
and Mrs. C. P. Huffmanand Heights Rotary Club last Friday.
meeting will consist mostly of In Busy Season Friday. May 1, studentstrict 3 Eric Council-
; Redfearn. Tom Nelson of Live Oak __________________________ i Hospital last Saturday. : Mrs. Martin of Gainesville.
making plans for the Tourna Tussday afternoon May 28, thr from the Keystone Heights Junior man. District 4: and Deanna Lee I: Mrs. Alma Clark spent last, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Seiglerare \
few
ment. Keystone Heights Woman's Clubl'eld High School who had been elect- Councilman. District 5. spent a days in Melrose enjoying rose High. PTA members were weekend with her brother-in-law spending a few days in Grand-
Here for its regular monthly Covered xl to offices in the Student'Muni- fishing.Mr. vpset because they had not been'
is good news propertyowners Mayor Beasley explained that and and sister. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. i in with Mr. Seigler's father. R.
W. O.
Mrs. Preston
-any Keystone Heights Dish; Luncheon with Judge Marian -. ,:pal Government Day, were the group had taken over town informed of Mr. Cherry's pending Motes of Hcilister. I II L. Seigler before going to Cross
residents ,who wish to rent rooms Gooding of the Juvenile Courtof .nests of the Rotary Club at their government beginning at 10 spent the weekend in Georgiaand dismissal until after this had been where Mr. Seigler issta.
I I a. Alabama visiting Mr. Pres '' taken by the school board. j I Mr. and Mrs. R. Tnomas Clay City
during the tournament July 24- Duval County as the guest regular weekly luncheon meeting. m. Saturday. April 25. Clerk Rob- up tinned.
ton's relatives.Mr. land son Clay of Palatka visited
25-26. are asked to register with tpeaker. His talk on the causesof Mayor M. L. Beasley introduced irson: administered the oath of I It was explained that Mr. Cher- < Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brantleyand
and Mis. Mr. and Mrs.B. .
I Mrs. C. L. Clay's parents
Mrs. Joe Daurer who is in charge juvenile delinquency was in- he group which included: Dan I cfiice; Mayor Dodd organized the Mann recently 17 had been hired with the understanding daughter-in-law. Mrs. E. S.
visited their and J. Alderman of Grandm.. last
of the accommodations for this ttirstins: : and enlightening.The Dodd. Mayor; Rowan -Thomas I Council; and Councilman Hall daughter I ; he would beccme cer- Brantley and little son. John.
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Shuler Saturday.
event. Wcman's Club will hold a Chief of Police; Dianne Brokas was elected Chairman unani- tified in elementary education friends in Gainesville
by called on
Cox and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Otis C. Brockman
Membership goal for this year Bake Sale on Saturday morning. Tax Assessor: Tom Gardner, Tax mous vote.Pictured. during the year. He had not, and last Friday.
and Dale returned Thursday to their home
has not quite been reached. Anyone May 9, at a spot near the Post Collector; Mickey Robinson. City Mrs. Franklin .this resulted in his ,being dis .
with the group in Price and Lawrence
contemplating a membershipis .I Office. Clerk and Tieasurer; Mac Hall son Dale missed. !

asked to contact Mrs. Daurer I I May 12. 2 p. m., is the Annual Councilman from District 1; Ken- above photo are Keystone's Mayor of Marianna spent Saturday Mr. Cherry said he had thoughtthis ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE

or to mail the money in care of Meeting. There will be reports ry Terrell Councilman, District Beasley and Councilman Wig- with Mrs. Price's parents :Mr. meant that he had until

the Chamber of Commerce. A few firm all standing committees and 2; Jimmy Fox. Councilman. Dis- gins.p. and Mrs., Grant Rothammer and I school started in the fall and had ,
niore are needed to accomplish election: of officers. All members sisters.Joyce and Carol. I planned accordingly. Though he Bath Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace, Lots of Storage -
formally installed m.; Adult Instructions at 8 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moody and I! in
I this year's goal. ere: urged to be present at this had enrolled to take the necessary Carport. Three years old. Centrally located,
Mrs. Reynolds Has Afternoon Tea p. m. son Danny and Lt. and Mrs. V.I
Summer Recreation
important meeting. instruction, he felt his presencewas doctors, beach, and churches.
town shopping,
The Saturday afternoon Mrs. Wil- Choir practice will be held every Crawley went,to Stemhatcheemently near
second meeting of the The Annual Silver Tea and more beneficial to the stud- well land-
Wednesday evening at 7:30. to visit a friend, Lt.'! Financing; arranged. Far above average, on
Summer Recreation Board was Garden Party will be held at the 'iam Reynolds entertained with a ents at their activities and drop-

held last Thursday evening. Per- I home of Mrs. J. D. Henderson.At tea at her home on Lakeview Plans are underway for an impressive Cmd. L. B. Nicholson. red out with plans to take it up I scaped lot.
mission has been this Drive. Her daughter, Jane as- Mother's Day ceremony Walter Mann drove Mr. and
given to use time new officers will be later. He had told two membersof
sited her in serving her guests to be held on the grounds at St. Mrs. Babcock of Hillcrest to Stanford the school board of his actions S. E. M9KAY REALTOR
Edward's Church in Sun Conn. He will return by
who were: Miss Roberta Lowe, Starke
and they had been in accord -
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE Miss Doris Johnson. Miss Ann ,day. The public is invited. p! .ne.
with his decisions. He com- 37012051U5ti209I
I Men's. Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Bell, Miss Reba Thompson Mrs. I M Anne's Episcopal Church News Mrs. Edna Cooper has returnedto mended the leadership of the Keystone Heights Phone

Martha Thompson, and Mrs. Fred The Rector Wardens and Vestry her home in Westfield N. J. I student body. He also said he had

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Dodd. of St. Anne's Church are after six weeks visit in Melrose. Fnjoyed being principal at Mel-!I

Parents Of GraduatesMeet sponsoring a Cub Scout Pack tit hUe here she visited manyfriends .I rose. Mr. Cherry has accepted the I II
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster Owner and Telatives. She is the I GAS COMPANY
At School f which has been designated as {I Position of principal' the Keystone KEYSTONE .
Tuesday afternoon, April 28, Troop No. .305. by the North"P9o- daughter of Col. L. M. Pearsall. :i.j Heights school in Clay. '

I tne mothers of the graduating I. rida Council. Parents of boys'-7& Mrs.; Harriet Rice of Elizabeth ,County. DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE

students at Keystone School met through 10 N. J. is spending a couple of
: years attended a meet Also discussed classroom
I. r was I
at the school to plan graduation ing Tuesday evening at the Parish weeks withher sister Mrs.: Mar- !ccnstruction.. Presently two class- \ Day Phone QRC Nile Phone
tha MacKeachle. Mrs. Rice is also GAS
exercises. Danny Dodd class president House to. make plans for the under construction at 2582
horns
are -
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presided at the meeting. troop. sail.the" sister of Mrs. L. M. Pear- a cost of $21.000 but four more ..

.y Wp About ten mothers were .present. This afternoon (Thursday) the including a,sci nce.laby are need- '
.
Tne m thera.tui ed-Uwmbs'down: Sunday School Teachers will meet Com. and Mrs. W. H.. Cooperhave ; COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING

on the idea the class had on'going I at 4:30. gone to New York for abouta ed.The

to the ocean for a, picnic:and month.' rumor that'Melrose High Most-Complete Line of House Heating Equipment la North
swimming for the of Last Sunday was designated as Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gress of would be closed if the PTA did
reasons the'day for the Spring Ingather- not agree with the school beardon See U. First
safety. After .much discussion., Itvas ,. Clearwater! spent the weekend Florida It You Plan to Add Heat This Winter -
'
ing' of the United Thanks Offer-
certain branded
subjects was
with Gress'
: Mfs. son and daugh-
decided that a trip to Marine- I
ing of the Women's Auxiliary. (Continued on next Page]
ltt-n law
!land-as first choice-and Ste- Mr. and Mrs., Dick
"Blue Boxes" and U. T. C. .envelopes logsdon''and ,
daughter, Terri Jean.
phen Foster. Memorial,.as second
were placed in the collection Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Roberson
choice, would be more desirable.
The newly-decorated Woman'sClub plates. visited: .Mrs. Ada Roberson and I CIING-!
I Sunday May 10. Holy Commu- MUIIHMOM
will serve as the setting for Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tillis.A. J

0 the ceremony. As to the date it nuion will .be at 7:30 a. m.; at C. Rogers returned last

0a 9:30. Sunday School; Morning week from a trip to New York. .
o was impossible to set it 'mtil the
Prayer and Sermon, also at 9:30: ; Mr. and Mrs. Longmire 'and son
.
County Superintendent, was con-
1 suHed. at 6-30 p. HL, the Young People David of Murfreesboro. Tenn.

Bible School Picnic. wi'l meet were recent guests of Mr. and 2HP 14,50QBTUPERHR

kS3UST The Misses Ann Bell and Reba First Baptist Church News Mrs E. M. Robinson.Mrs. .

4 Qa Thompson entertained their Bible Tuesday morning at 9:30: the J. V. Ford and Ralph J. ,

MARRIE D Classes on Tuesday. April 28. witha Women's Missionary Union will Cason both of Palatka. visited COOL COMFORT- y j

; picnic and swimming party. meet at the church for the monthly their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. ALL THROUGH :

\ here was swimming for all the meeting. All ladies who are not Cason Saturday. YOUR HOMEI
boys and girls at the Park-of-the- members but who are interestedin School Board Meets With PTA

Time To Start A Savings Account Palms. and a picnic supper at WMU work are invited. Two members of the Putnam Power- Plus-to cool,ventilate I ., .tJ"L.: I& .

the community house in Theressa. Wednesday Evening May 13. at County School Board met with the exhaust smoke and odors,

at. About 45 children were present. 7:30 o'clock the G. A. Coronation Melrose PTA at a special meetinglast dehumidify, and filter the air. POWER+PLUS

Awards were made for perfect i Services will be held in the. Monday. Billy Stockton
I is annual affair chairman the School Board.! Compact new dimensions .
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA attendance for memory work and church. This an home
for bringing Bibles to Class each with the G. A. Girls and it is and Mrs. Loubelle Long helped to I beautiful modem styling.IWo-

neek. always a beautiful service. Every- clarify many questions and rumors 'speed fan, concealed controls,
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community CHURCH NEWSSt. one is invited to attend. that had come up and have
> low
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all-direction cooling, operating
Keystone Heights, Fla. William's Catholic Club Sunday morning. May 10, the been misunderstood.First AIR CONDITIONER
Member\ F.D.I.C. The regular monthly covered Carol Choir of the church will to be discussed was the cost See it today!

dish supper and meeting of the sing! "The Song of the failure of the Board to reappointEarl

Catholic Club were held Monday Christian Soldier" by Gibbs. and Cherry as principal of MelLEE'S -..

May 4. President Jim Donnelly, the adult choir, "Trusting Thee .,':+ za z's
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HOME ON YOUR LOT presided at the meeting. Plans More" by Loveless. The Organ

were set in motion for the annual Prelude will be "Come Sweet "'+,';
< z5igeiiiiz iz =iii
DRIVE-IN sszzzz ::
labor Day weekend supper. Mrs. Death" by J. S. Bach. ;
NO MONEY DOWN Herbert Nelson was appointed For the evening service at 8 '

chairman of the supper with Mrs. p. m.. the Concord Choir will 'c '

By: Toney! Builders, Inc. LOW Harold Sutton and Mrs. Emery sing "Wonderful Story 'of Love"by THEATREi i 5 NMIIINI 265.00

Box 106, 1495 UP Cooper as co-chairmen. Ed Con- Driver. Phone 4113 IS

Bowling Green .Fla.A neen was appointed, Ways and Many Guest Enjoy Gold Head .
Means chairman. with George A total of 4,500 individuals Keystone Heights, Fla. "

Schaeffer and Wilbur Neale as visited Gold Head State Park this

cochairmen.Altar past week. Of this number. 2,607 II ;1 4 i ry MY

Society will meet May 19. vere there on Sunday including SPECIAL MN"NIN

Teen-age Instructions will beheld 2.450 campers. Installs easily in window, transom, or wall.
every Monday evening at 7 Three Girl,Scout troops from }
Gainesville were there on the ENGAGEMENTFOUR A real "power-house" priced to fit your budget!

weekend. ,
CASE RECORDSOF 'A busload of children from DAYS ONLY


A CHIROPRACTORBy Green Schools Cove enjoyed Springs a day Elementary at 'the Thur., Fri., Sat., Sun ii eoitisc
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stomach and vomiting Condition end.there. About 60 people were PictureCOMPULSION J Iij-Li.oin portable

This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $ 045 diagnosed as diseased gallbladder in the group.

and surgery was _recOm- There were ,campers from all .:
(Without Carporte) f mended. over the United States and Can- \ I' AIR CONDITIONER

rda during the,week. There were %
refused and Chiropractic -
Many Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder Surgery adjustments was restored nor 515 people in the cabins. t % 4 EVERYTHING YOU HEED

mal function to the gall bladder Reservations are coming in new ? for do-it-yourself installarion Is in 1M carton! '

Any Place Florida Same Low PriceNO and patient again enjoys good for the cabins, and anyone cabin, desiring for- Starring Half easy the size half the weight,of most other- -_ .
to reserve a
health. sometime this summer should doS Orson Welles, Diane tarsi, snakes Up to 8000 ETC per boor capacities. .,

( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) For information on .problem ( immediately..Mr.Summers-tells Dean 'Stockwell, Bradford Take I -ate .

cases contact us that he had one request from Htotftf.... eoN
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. .r Other guests included Mrs.!i iThompson"s IN .CINEMASCOPE REDFEARN'SPhone a
728 E. University daughter Miss Reba'i

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I .. .......y..y.y..!! ....Y..T ............T ner and Charles Gaboard'', .JE's-1 j Leona Edwards. etvvvvvlTY/V ITynvvvvt'Ye vile were guests of Mr. and Mrs. an average of three and one half Strickland will deliver: 'the ,-mes

ing for top hono ire Cal/iy &G- Mr. and Mr!:..Ernie Griffis.and E.; L. Cox Thursday afternoon.Weekend pounds Sunday ni?ht. They were!i sage.

< MELROSE&AAA2AAAAA&AAAAAtAAAAAAk anna Terrell and Tcmaiy Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Griffis of IIt tBRoNr guest of Mr. and Mrs. pine weeks old. The Wilkinson Sunday 1.fu'3., the 111%. week

HIGHLIGHTS and Becky Brice and Bill Logs- Jacksonville visited Mrs. Senie R. L. Morgan sand family .was expect to start a new batch in eld twin son. Donald of Mr. tufa.(
den. aU seniors? The two' -couples Prevatt fett ""Sunday jev fj<- -Mrs ; their nice Miss Faye Morgan of about two weeks. Mrs Hulan Herndon died sod: was

..u .AA.u&&A&AAAAA. AAj [Continued from Page Onei 'not chosen, win; serve? as attend- Mr: and Mrs. Woodrow ,Arw
[Continued from Page One] false" by Mr. Stockton. He add- shts. Attendants 1 from other and 'sons of,Melrose were Sunday V i W jl auaJ&,&A t tv tt.. 1 I'' Mrs. Russell Redding returnedThursday' end could not be at church Sun- The service was conducted
grades are Oth"grade. Judy Busses guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Car- to her home after He __ ,Rev. Chism.
I p ed that there is no intention of Howdy. ,FdlksC well I goofed I day morning. came for a short .t 2:30 by. George
Burnett 5Lh
Miss Alice Dodd. t i closing Melrose High for any and Jerry ; grade lerand son. I spending ten days with her son time in the evening. Many ethers These parents. have our sincere
Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.' in the forseeable future. Carol Hurst and Brent Formy- Britt Rosier and the Cedric eRQ D. Right ,after I. advised ''anou Mrs. Raymcnd Redding! and son vere absent due to illness but we sympathy.

Robert Dodd: and their daughter,1 purpose also tcld a special Duval; 8th. grade Mona Lee Rosier family enjoyed a picnic at } 'good neighbors' to come and David ndew born daughter were happy to have our pastor'swife
on1 I They were Brooks, and Donald Williams; and Silver Springs t pick our strawberries at 25 cents THE RIGHT POINT for the
on SUnday.
Alice, were in St. Augustine board meeting could be called if Danna, Rennee of Wildwood. Mrs. Chism and our organ-
7ih grade Ellen Scott and Bill Mr. and per quart: a '.man from South I IDlY you write., Come in and se.
Mrs. Jimmy Johnson ; :
a sight-seeing expedition. I en important problem came up Mr and Mrs: E. L. Cox were I I ist.:: Mrs. Pansy Knight back withus.
Thursday evening, April 30, Mr. but it would be advisable to take!! Lockerman. spent the weekend with Mr. and Flotida engaged:our,field for the vjpited during the weekend by We were able to attend both lest yonr favorite ESTERBROOK
Everyone is invited to attend. Mrs. Kelly Owens in Wiersdale. rest, of the 'season which was Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski enter- the problem to the' principal and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mathis of services for which we are very
tained at a dinner party in their superintendent first. School News Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Wellhaun very fortunate.. us. So' again White Springs and their children thankful. -
l:cme. Dinner guests' were Dr. Report cards were, given out : of Maxville visited Mrs. Leon- our apology is extended to our Miss Marilyn Cox and Pearson Men's Leather
Of the 60 who attended Sunday
1TA Band Takes First Place
Thursday.Mrs. ard Prevatt and family friends' who already came and 'of
Edward Kramer of Wilmington on Sun Cox the University.
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School this week 51 100
In District Meet were percent
Jeanette McGrath fourth tr. Jnose of you'who were planning -
William
Dtl, and Mr. and Mrs. The Melrose FFA string band I grade teacher, was absent last day.Mr.. and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand to do so Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. members. Many had only I HALF SOLES
: L. Reddish and son Keith was recently recovered from illness.
Few.Mr. .
of Mark Swinford[
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and Mrs. G. H. Stratton composed Gaboardi week and Mrs.- daughters were in Jacksonville Congratulations.extended to
their nice Miss Sandra Car- Sunday night at 6:30 there is
Jr., of Camden N. J.. spent two phen Ashley Danny Pridgeon substitute on Saturday for a visit with' Mr':-and Mrs. Raymond Reddingof michael of Jacksonville.My a teachers' meeting and choir I 1.75 u"STARKE'SSHOE
days last week as guests of their and Jimmy Williams again took Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tison.[ Wrktwoqd who are the proud
mother, "Mrs. Maude Mott practice with preaching at 7:30.
wife Mr. and top honors as they captured first TRINITY. : EPISCOPALCHURCH. 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vanzant and Barents of
nephew and his ] a darling baby daughter -
visited during the weekend with Next Sunday the oldest and
in that in the Dis- .MELROSE "
Mrs. Tom Garner. place category family visited Mr.,and Mrs. War- born April 20( named Dana -
her mother, Mrs. J. M. Fralick youngest mother and the one with
trict Future Farmers of America M.. H. Breyfode. Minister
Miss Jane Reynolds returned ren Boatright in Jacksonville, .Rennee", Mrs.: Redding is 'the REPAIRING
her brothers Claude, J. D. and the most children present will receive -
meet at Gainesville School School 8:45 m.
High Sunday a.
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home from visiting her cousin Saturday. On Sunday they werein former Clara Starling. Grandparents I
Etaer Fralick her sisters Mr. at
special recognition
and aunt in New York City, last last Friday. 11:15. Episcopal Young People, Yulee to see Mr. and- Mrs.--. -Ho--- are Mr. and Mrs. Russell 123 S. Walnut St.
end.Mrs. Frank Richard and Mr. church.
Monday.. _and___ _is off_n aeauT'for: "a Also taking high honors were Morning Prayer and Sermon. sea Vanzant. Redding: of the community and
and Mrs. Stanton O"Steen. She Baptism will be held: at theregular
visit with her sister-Mars.-'Ralph Alvin Lilly who placed secondin 7:30 p. m. Hcly Communion each The CoL Norsworthy family and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Starling of night I Across from Park Theatre
her in Branch next
spent Saturday with place Long
Thomas of Gainesville, the tractor driving contest first Sunday.TTTVTrTTTTfTVTVTTVVVVVT. Mrs. Mattie Henderson had as the State Farm. May God forever
brother and, sister-in-law, Mr. Sunday at 2:30: p. m. Rev. Jim 1 7i
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron'}(.<:Johnston and Frankie Adkins, who placed guests during the weekend Mr: bless,this new baby and her wonderful -
and Mrs. Edd
Fralick.
have moved back -to their :second in horseshoe throwing. and and Mrs. Ralph Smart and i family.
Very glad to report that Mr.
former home in Pa..The., Duplicate Bridge daughters, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. I Hope an of you were able to I ITorsythe, who lives across from i / / 1
Johnston sold theirs home to Winners of the Melrose Wom- IAWTEYAj % Cannon and son. Mr. and Mrs. attend the last meeting for this I Bill Reddish's store is feeling

their neighbors. Mr. and, Mrs. E. an's Club Duplicate Bridge were Call Smart and family of Jacksonville chool year. ,of :the ElementaryFTA much better. Also R. L. Morgan,
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, A. Rushton who will use it 'as high:! Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs. Mn. Joyce, T. t+Kutcft and the Truby Rowe which was held in the cafe- taken ill Sunday is better also. I s
completely fur- Fdith Larsen second high Mrs family of Starke.
teria
rental property, AAAAAAA AAAAAAA AAAAAA Tuesday evening of this Guess that's about all for this
nished. Ethel Graham and Mrs. Bee Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Eubanks week. A covered dish supper was time. May the Good Lord bless,
Bolanos of New,York were weekend guests of their parents -
Miss Mary Cooper.Mr. Spaghetti Supper I planned for the final meeting. tuard and keep each of .
City is visiting Mr. 'and ,Mrs. and Mrs. Lambright and The Methodist Youth Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Shiver, The Heilbronn Home Demon- bye now."TYTYTTY. you

Mrs. Valldejuli in caring Sor.the children, left last week for New- will serve a spaghetti supperon and Mr. and Mrs. W. N: Eubanksof stration Club will meet in the

new Valldejuli baby who has been castle, Penn. Saturday evening, May 9, on I Panama City. home of Mrs. White at Heilbronn yVR7yt'
named Omar Enrique. Miss Bo Music Festival to be Presented:: the Wharf from 6 to 7:30. Adults Mrs. Joyce Futch and Ralph pexfThursday at 2'p. m. Mrs. E.

lanos Is Mrs. Valldejuli's,sister. Melrose High School will pre- $1, children 50c including drink had as guests during the weekend L. Cox reporter for the club

Mr. and Mrs. John Leggett 'of. sent, its annual Spring Music and dessert. The Community Re- Benton Futch of Nashville Tenn., urges all members, to be presentto CLAY HILL

West Palm Beach, stopped'.off to Festival in the high school audi- creation meeting will be held after Mss Mary Julia Futch of Tallahassee learn of the, big, projects that l < acked w tth wh ties.

visit Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daurer torium Friday May 8. under the !the supper.It Mrs. Benton Futch 'and the planning committee will offer I by Mrs. ". L. StricklandU4AAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA Tacs ate $% t0k4ottOm
'ret'urn' iirection of Mrs. Zojf wonderful to children and Terry Futch of i Our
last weekend. They were- Evelyn was really see to the members.for their ap (
tog home after attending'* the mllSic instructor.The O. J. Anders at church on Sunday Starke. and Miss Christine Grif proval. If you are interested in pn

Baldwin Southeastern Sales'Clinic elementary music classes morning after extended illness. fis of Raiford. this great work don't fail to at- Fid Thomas and M. Boree of _
in Tallahassee last week.: giee club and band will take He attributes his recovery to the Miss Vera Crews was the Friday Middleburg visited the Strick-

Miss Ann Bell and.Miss-Reba prayers and kindnesses of his overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. tend.The ati I i lands one day last week. They drive a1f
part.Highlight Heilbronn WMU met
Thompson have been entertaining of the Festival will many friends. He will always feel. Sherman Ben in' Jacksonville. 'I came to ask Jim to preach the Y ov o nth, 41951
the church last pl
Thursday Yin
mother' Mrs. of Music them. They brought her home on Sat- evening morning .
Miss Thompson's be:; the coronation the grateful to homecoming message at .
Martha Thompson of Mansfield, Festival king and queen. The two Mrs. Susie Norman of Dinsmore urday and remainedfor: the week- vith ilrs. R. L. Morgan. president Enlah! Church May 17. This will Pre rd, Chevr cleft -6.7I)1.\d) tJpe.

Ohio fcr several weeks;Mrs. selected have been kept secret and v/as the Friday evening guest of end.Miss presiding. After an interesting -:;. also be a Thomas family,reunion fo N ash, or piUS, lal,ad+wa

Thompson left for home Saturday the results will be revealed Fri- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Mary Ann Motes of the. program a business meeting with dinner on the grounds and Hudson e s cam!,
was held to discuss
morning and her daughter drove day night. The three couples vy- Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses werein University of Florida was the community tinging i in the afternoon. course -u p
with her as far as Athens Ga. Kingsland Ga., on Friday fora eekend' guest of. her grandmoth and church work for the WMU od! friends can meet and visit at your dress ha ur Y1ou

Corbett Terrell and Richard stcne with her parents, Mr. and visit with Mrs. Moses' parents. er, Mrs. Effie Miner. members and others who wintake the gathering and friends and el t In

Cunningham are now owners and Mrs.. Robert Dodd, and her aunt Mi. and Mrs. H. S. Sheffield. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Boatrightand the part church.in this missionary workof relatives of the Thomas family as Wec t

operators) Of the Gulf:, Station: on and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Jim Shillings and son daughter of Jacksonville well as those interested in the __

Route 100. Ri'hard's'brotherl Dcdd. of Late City visited them. hereon visited Mrs. Effie Boatright and Speaking of church' work don't church are invited.

Warren Cunningham .is also an I Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Commodore CrewS forget to visit with Heilbronn Next Sunday, May 10, is home- ( :

operator of the station.' ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL Guests- of Mrs. Mary Reddish this weekend:! Church whenever you can. We coming at Long Branch Church.All .

Mr and Mrs.Joseph Dillon and CHURCH, KEYSTONEM. were Mrs. Mamie Andrews Mrs. Mr. andi Mrs. o. J. Boyette of strive to offer the best in 'preaching friends are invited and dona-

son Tcmmy of Walla ton,:;'Mass, IL Breyfogle, Minister Vasco Andrews of Dade City Mr. valdosta spent Saturday with the singing and Chnstion fellow- tions for the upkeep of the cemetery -

are guests at the White Feather Morning. Prayer and Sermon and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Web- Ed Durbans. ,ship. Regular services every Sunday will be welcomed. Mrs. Bud

Court, having arrived on'Monday 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. ster, and Mr. and Mrs. BOddenof Mr.-and Mrs. Randolph mid-week prayer meeting onWednesday Wilkinson is treasurer of the Cemetery -

morning. They are occupying the Holy Communion each first Sun- Callahan. of Ocala visited the T. W. andC. evenings with choir Association and Fred Lang !

cabin next door to Mrs
parents, Mr. and Mrs.Paul Harvey Wednesday, 6:30: p. m. Bennett Mrs. Arthur Pearce. and weekend. waiting! ,to meet you and your will be plenty to eat and we look
who have been Vis ti g'1n :Mrs. Seebe Harris of Starke visited Wendell Kelly of Florida Southern family.Mr forward to seeing many old

Keystone for several winters; The FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH their father, Shad Thompsonend College, Lakeland is visiting _,and Mrs. E. C. [Ernie] friends. GOODMj1'SSERVICE
Dillon will be here for about J. R. Smith pastor. Ralpn Mrs. Thompson. in Lake But- his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. 1C.! Johns 'were visited during the Bill Lang and family of Tampa

two weeks. Copeland, Minister of Music and ler on Sunday afternoon.. Kelly. -,' TreWtend by their daughter-Mrs. visited home folks and friendsat N
Miss Patricia [Pat Preston of church organist. 'Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd! Norman Lois Henson and son and their Clay Hill recently. They said

Melrose is spending this week with Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. ,.Mrs. Glenn Shuford had as guests and son of Wesconnett visited Mr. son and family Mr. and Mrs. they-did not have time to visit I U S. 301 South

her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. curing the weekend Mr. and'Mrs. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott Sun- Morris Johns all of Jacksonville. all but would come again soon. L STARKEFLA. 1,

Roy Watkins. Training Union 7 p. m. Evening :Buddy Braddin of. Jacksonville day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. 'L. H. Armbrusterand Bud and Nellie Wilkinson shipped ,

Miss Alice Dodd, who is in services 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish, Mr. Guests of Mr. and,Mrs. 'Buster O. E. Richardson': Gaines I out 9.000 broilers, weighing_
nurse's training at St. Luke's Hos- "Make church worship a family and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and daughters Bennett and son on Sunday were .

r'al. spent the weekend in Key- affair." of Maxville, and Mrs. Gousbyof Mr. and Mrs. Ed MIxon and children ,
Baldwin. of Jacksonville ,,FORD'S OUT FRONT IN SALES. SO YOU CAt GET THE BEST TRADES DURING. '
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'Mrs. "O. J. Philips and'daugh Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp is ... 4

I PURINA. ter. Miss Ola.Mae. and,Billy Gas- spending sometime with her son ,, u
MORE PROOF..It Aprs lofeed lins visited Mr. and Mrs Leslie and daughter-in-law; Mr. i1d' t

Philips.and sons in Callahan on Mrs. Everett. Burney -in JacksOn. ) .-
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Sunday: k 11z' ,aai:
Little Andy Padgett doesn't a- Miss Doris Tanner spent the

,1 gree that a dog is a boy's best weekend with herr sister, Mrs.1 '
N I Iwate Geneva McCaffrey in Jackson
friend because one pulled him I
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from the running board of a car ville.
and broke his leg. Andy's parents I Mr. and Mrs. J. R: Deyore and

Mr. and.Mr. Ever XtitFy" rh,guestson family'visited ,Mr. and Mrs. D.'B.:

Sunday were ''Mr and" 'Mrs./ Sargent in Keystone' Heights. 'on -

Leroy Padgett of ..Middleburg.. and Sunday 1
Mrs. Susie Padgett and Tamely of LitUe.Daann Schemehl of Jacksonville -
Clay Bin spent last week with Mr. fE.7:1: :
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., y ,, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hundleyhad and.Mrs. James Waters and sons.

as Sunday guests Mr. and Her mother Mrs.' hale-Schemehl,

Mrs. Johnny Crews of Lake Butler came .for her on Sunday. ., :
.t Mrs..Marion Tucker and son of { T
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1 Birth AnnouncementMr. Jacksonville were Sunday dinner

and Mrs. T. L. Casey, Jr. guests,of her parents, Mr. and

are the proud parents .of a ,son. Mrs. Dave Tanner

c T. L. born Friday, May 1, in Miss Jackie Harley of,Jacksonville -

Bradford County Hospital.Rev. was the weekend guest of i.:: : '
Greek of Lake Butler visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.

1 the Bill Greens on -.sunday.Mrs. Harley. J -T .
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Gordon L. Peterson and Paul Smith carried his son 1 : 'irf
r 1 Mrs. Thortis Eric of Jacksonville, Charley to Cleveland Ohio Saturday -

and Mrs. Clarence Titus -of Haw- for a visit' with Mr. and .4 ,
Mrs,< Carl Becket.Mr. .
Part of the 96-cow.Green Dale Dairy Farm herd near Covingto tborne:,were Wednesday guests of, "- 5,
Mr.-and Mrs.- R.L.Lee.:' and Mrs. Rudy Hlgginboth- ( : -p. ,, : ., : 4, 1
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Mr. and',Mrs. L c.. King and am ,1and daughter of Maxvffle ,
$369:96: family visited the Jacksonville scent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.

profit overfeed Zoo 'on Sunday.The.H.BcHagues.: Nathan Starling. -.T'wb
: were.in.Key Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison
stone for visited Mr. and ''Mrs.,Cecil Dobbs -- -
cost Heights on Sunday: a t tGN.tftI
per cow visit with .Mr., and Mrs, George. ands family in Jacksonville this
p Tyre. weekend.) Y

Guests of the Leon WUkerson Guest of Mr. and ,Mrs; Luther
Earning well over a dollar a day per cow in profits after .
family Sunday Were Mr., and HJlllard and 'family during the ;
on
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feed cost for the past two years, the 96-cowGreen-Dale
: has established Mrs. Jimmy Reed and family of eekend were Jlr. and Mrs. Leon ....-_ Ills not- .
herd Covington, Georgia, 'a "
Dairy near fc
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Starling and from fronr to not ford Custom -
family, and Miss "
growth record seldom equalled for herds this sue. Jacksonville.Mr. 300 Tudor. Sedan. ,.ttt Gola.. club ':k:. ,.. \
and Mrs. Bryant Reddishwere Frankie Wainwright of Jacksonville Yldona.and..FatdorbtdlW. -/ t.
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Nqt only have Mr.:C. C..McKissick and.his son.tripled weekend guests of.their.son- ; .,, ._._. fF
the size of their herd in cow numbers in ten years they in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams ,

have steadily improved per: ow.production the same MI}). JacK-P ns and. family of andiDonnieaudJoe: AOender of i, '-. "' .
time and that takes expert cowmanship, with careful.breeding Tallahassee. Lake City spent ,Saturday night
good feeding, constant attention to herd health; Mr. ,and Mrs. H. T. Markhamand and'Sunday with 'the 'Hubert AND: YOU:GETALL-THESE. BUILT-IN DIVIDENDS. TOO You can't miss In the first place?JOT}

.amp the right kind of management. family of Gainesville. visited Priests.- ',' the car that's offering the biggest JividCTiuin
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Hn% and Mrs.,, Dan Starling on;= Charles Tanner spent the weekend in tyling comfort and ravings.; "Th? .59 I
.Su>ce 1952. thelflcKiea'cka have followed. Purina's re. Sunday.Mr. 1 ;with his brother Henry and ,Sin,Mlog2S SAYh, Ie$71US SAYE,,.SSs.ynr Ford was awarded the Gold Medal for elegance .. i
se rcb-bacLed dotty program. In that time they have family in Jacksonville ...... ... _Maw 2 == .
of = Brussels.! It's the l wUor
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\ Totpde nerrF.fwmlr'w. cart
and. Mrs; Billy ; ) ; .. F.c, ...=...-.___ a r & at
inCreased per-cow>production by over _, spentSaturday ,with Mrs. Chariene Ackers and the < 'mI..IicUtc& with wider 1 I
Gainesville 'a,PtMnrrcbrrrae.. _rwue.dkait.tmedb r r : people, more room, ors, \
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'2,5001bsO milk per jcow.. Profits after D Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore and; Btu Dixon family of Palatka visit- _" ._, s casja-t -reach luggage space. It's the car )

\f'cost have climbed steadily : up carried their'son, Jeff, home.. .with ed ;the D. B: and.C. 'W;'Thomas : '- -_ ....,.,. built for saribi savings in $as and 1 1L
21{% during the same period. them. families-on Sunday. oil. And now during your Ford Dealer's
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See us ,for ,details of Purina's ..Dairy Mrs. Tqm Barry and children: Mr. and Mrs. RoweU: Prevatt s.t twde.n.w wr w --t ......sire....sc.IoIIWIII) .A..i gin: ml Lmtn r.IIL Dividend Days, you get an txtra Bat '
DAIRY of Columbia, S. ci arrived Wed and family spent Sunday 'With Mr. ? ,'. .erflaeatrosttreu. to**..K(to.ft MM.k.... Seller dividend in the deal you mate J
Program, followedj?y the._McKissicks per. no day for a visit! with; her ,mother -, and Mrs.. Ernest Southerland in eaY.dlrlri.irad- : ...,.....--- ......,.........e..twnt.. ... :. t (
other leading'dairymen wherever
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J ,,Mrs. Selma;.Eunice,.and the, Lake Butler. ---
copra are important; Brad Norton; Mr. Barry came; Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Griffis wawa..sco.pai.o.draetoaiwa wpgano.alrpw -

for the weekend and_carried his spent the weekend with their JijJQ) )

family home on' Sunday. Little) ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil- CABSf
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Chuck Norton west home with kerson and. Mr. and Mrs. Mann FORD DIVISION,, wd MOTOR COMPART C
them for a three weeks visit. Griffis. '
316 Bro\vn-ee! St. Starke, Fie. Mallie Prevatt of Jacksonville The Ressie Andersons had. as a .

spent last.week wh Mj.and Mrs. Sunday guests Mr. 'and Mrs.'Edgar W TERWILLEGAR MOTORS .

Orr John:Brown aridMrsSenle; : Pre- t Starling and Mrs.. Monroe .
vatt. Wilbwr of Green.,:cove 'Springs: .

Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and daughter Ms. A. H. Harley and-Mrs. Mae '206
Mrs. Raymond OVenspere hereon Wells attended the Methodist

..... raw sr Friday for_a visit with Mr. Homecoming at 'Middleburg on 'It: : JI' Check yovr-car -**'check your 'tfnvfna ** CHECK ACCIDENTS. --
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PAGE TEN I AItIQX1LTD I"1 T: DtGU.rJLIT&,. '. qtA', .r : TBCBSBAT. MAY 7. 19Z9
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... .....yy..yy......., r:" Taylor; deceaaedl are hereby, .}$!4+}>r41F1PeRt11 'ttttd R1SIJJE the, County'Cuurt Hoiwrat '. ',all riparian trgHtsr u<:lu- T. Wawfin: Lo, Wiggins; Phillip I lurida on or before the 2J day of I.lon -wittUM Mid County. .
: Markr, Florida ',,'ithin,rigbt emery :ire of the right of?, fay of State tld..dna Studer--UarrK-t Stnder: May. 1S39. and to" are a. copy WITNESS MT HAND as Clerk'.f
CHURCH NEWS By lCarl BrownRev. rtir munths from the date ol'...the *'Tluad 1!. ell lying *Bd' being. .: *is .Foater'P: If a yes and.Betty JL Ilayerras -! there' on Th..ron.Yawn... Jr.. the Mrruit-Court-of Bradford Coun
: first publication thi*' notice-, 'orI'to ":Bf*dford County }lortda.-. *. ,defendants. by %."J. 'Thomaaand'bis.wjfe !, tlsintifr) attorney whose, address ty. Florida and the seal of saidCurt
>. name: will become voil'accordiiig.... 1 IN: Post Office-'mw c 79i. Starke at -Stark f Bradford County,
aaWAAllalW '- REETIXaS You "are. 11liI: 'Tb as
: : >mas.
uldliwl hereby .
to law."TVi. April IttbriJiJ.First ; notiried' that l '.i-Ida... on sir before said date.: MtMinlred HorwU this 15th day ofpriL 1p.ISlAL
Publication April :3. t>3>. a suit I in equity has plaintiffs in the .above entitleCourt by the Laws, Florida OF 'hg-Cif1'1T COURT. )
teen brought against 'y6a and'eacb and.'cause; and' that the t.-i ofd
H. R. Carter
brought K. ,
aaSpiring \aroa Taylor AdalDiHrat.r and the Florida Rules of bDCHAiU.9 Al DARPT
of :"yon and also against "Bradford ref! sought' J in_said suit Is to remove I CiT Pro-
message Sunday. Addedto .f th*.Eatat 'of' .r(*.,
At The t tI the wonderful singing by the lottis for'dtcfaxrd.V. the State of Florida 'G i>rrfa. the*plaintiffs title .t..' thi> ab.ve de- crrr. .. pro runfrNxi will be entered: I C .' nt-, Florida ..
TabernacleMembers Methodist Church "Knl. t. Sfarke. FharlUor.I'Y in5t
1 &S"nthr-and Florida Raitwsy'Com- rfTibed land" as anifidYf?ible fee X yoafur the relief demanded. 1 ht'rl'fl -C Yawn. Jr. *
choir Bro. Carter and his.daughter \ 'for'''"' Adminiatrator.21. 'it S-U f'ur-a: foreign ew'ppr.tiohi'P. A.' Ample. title thereto t-'aiCainst the in the complaint. i 1' 0. I>r*wer 791 _tStarke.
10 [Mother's Jean sang special numbers. \ Puns' T.'J. '""nT. also known flairas 'of you'and earn .0<'y"lI: and IT IS HKUKPT OUPERED that I FloridaAttorney "
of the May I 1 '
Taber- Sunday "
Gospel I y.ly .JCO" 'P14'17.. ids -.r-tg&ias.- 11.-B. you are 'hereby summoned ordered tiiis order and Not"i.i? shall tl6 pub- Xtor PJaintiffs.rc .
nacle congregation attended revival -!jDayl-Church School. 9:45 a. m. Sundayevening we baa a guest Th rirralt Cs rt Of The E1htkClrrMlt 1 Ir.\VigJinr. : 't>'.ysaie"15utdeA. : iota ,.and. required[ : .to 'file youran.wer: or li, >hed once each week for four, con- I ., 4' 3 4t 515:
d." '"
services at both the First j I' Morning Worship 11 a. m. MYF speaker our former pastor Rev. Jadirlaf-far Bradt.rd Of Fl.r.rfa Vimmtr. I.Ace It_ ,.: .-"- -- r

Baptist and the Madison Street 16 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. Milton Dukes. He and Mrs. Dukesare I..ha4eerP. *. *. -1'I ", G: {
Eaptist Churches during the past ,, m. visiting from South Carolina.We. (... x.. 1S-7M' : =,. .::f.-7 ',..-,"-:; ;. j == ?
A. J. TiiOUAa and hi _It.. ,
week. The Live Wires and the \ Wednesday Prayer Meeting are thankful for the wonderful EVA 11.\} .TumIAS.- t"bintitf.* n. a.

BUSY Bees Bible School Classes i end Bible Study. 7:15 p. m.. Chancel attendance we had Sunday WlLJJAM'.Ct-tEMPt4i:. ct ar; .1>eendantl. ': .
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won out in the attendance contest Choir rehearsal 8 p. m. especially at Sunday School. $r'o. Tl : .
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Sunday morning. The contest Cowart extends a special> lnvita'tion OUDKR UK ITBLICAT1OX AND iV/U -

continues through the week First Christian Church to each one to join us next VOTICE TO DEFEND.In .
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The Name Of The Slat Of
for next Sunday. Sunday at 10 p. m. to study and : Florida T.:

The Sunday evening service (, Morning worship 11 a.m. worship the Lord. \\ UUcr.w'fth., cad hb < er

was in charge of Rev. J. E. Sherwood pastor Last Monday night was Teachers .(nor*' Trlnka. whose resideate- 's
Rev. Walter :'i Grant Street, Ram aT. :"N .
Zvoda of Ashville N. C. and Eurtis. Sunday School 10 a.m. and Pastors meeting and we Jersey: Audrey Johns hrf.te. V4 i
njoyed discussing coming whose residence is 1<*;5 Aaai a..Roa He used the 17th of I Youth Churcn 7 p.m. our
Chapter
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Augusta <;enrgm: Hampton \B I"W hO'U'pany trA 1r
I lessons. We plan to gather each 75
Meeting
Revelations to discuss "The Woman Wednesday< Prayer l.It"'elo\Ql a dinuhegdesiestid' r :

on The Scarlet Beast," a 7:30: p.m. Monday evening for study and ,exrpwgtinn. and*, ":'. j A-
pro- I Adult Choir practice 6:45 .prayer for our Sunday School Daren; the las* named resiieat
p.m.
phecy concerning the end of time. 1 att'n" o( saW >.r oration. J.:'A. 3lcrCraeken ; : 4/JOtIW
The Tuesday evening Bible Wednesday. i.and urge each teacher to be.. pres-, .R. I+ ,pile. A. .\. Durde, '
study Ladies Council lit and 3rd W. W itnD,1I1..an" H. A. D.Eutt..
was conducted by the spon- nibtLEverybody cnt.Happy the la>t knGwiifficera and .IUre t; :. t ?
sor. Tuesday birthday to little Jackie c
om'of said entppration. WheO.real.: 1
welcome to each Gaskins who celebrated. her fifth rt are 'nnkifown; anti fi10Io.
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service anniversary last weeb. -es \ demestk corporation' and J. M,.KHe
Madison Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown. and and'MUua .\. 'KIW., the last known I
Street REVIVAL SERVICES children and J. W. Nasser were 'c.rt i&r* aod directors cvf said,,, etlr- '
AT CHURCH OF' GOD oratlon: whvse .residences i t+n- !-:: '
Sunday dinner guests ofrMftfJaadWrvA taoea'aai 'Wtiltam i'. T..fliPlJ VT.C. .
Baptist Church I .W. Brown of the State: .* Tt>roitff: 'Erafna Sisco[ :: May-'J. .
i Revival services are being held Ptison. In the afternoon-w visited Par'I\'Itl'lt'' ; rYr 7ohna. ab '"kao.-n # _
(900 Block W. Madison St.) is t'vi 'JoU8 : rizarro'K. Slayers: :a
at the Church of God. 412 N. St. I I
Mrs. Luciljf] :Rpwt aid Kt: : *x i J. TMB.$-: John F. Sesco;
Services Each Lord's Day Clark St.. with Lonzo T. Kirk- Mary Brown of Griff Loop. John F. Sis: Perome Parkhurst;
land as evangelist. The services Plrrien Parkhurst; Hattie N. I
Gregory Neil Crawford of Miami -
foMuk ili.1: M. Williams;
Sunday School 9:43.M.. i f are held nightly at 7:30o'clock is spending the summer with Ht'nrr3.on' : John -Dyal: John Fug.

Morning Vonhip11:00 "\ 'I. The pastor Rev. L. S. Williams hs: grandparents. Mr. and Mis. c'iu4: ; Abirew FuKarzi:. I.Innie Wil- -1 .
11lIn1': K K. M ors Sarah M. RUckwcll -
I extends cordial invitation to the .
a A. W. Brown.
Training Union 6:43; ; K. E. Hardin: Joseph C. i,
: fjn.Evening a ) .
public to attend. .Activities at North Side Baptist "eeoe: Jerry; Ke.ae: Uueinda T ,
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Perry James L. Gates Saaaael C- "
Worship 8:00 p.M. ; ;
Church for the
comingweek
Lane: usie It. Mcl..emor*: Henriettal
PRAYER MEETING FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH pie: Monday evening) .Teachers Barle; John C: idle; Thoihaa W.
Wednesday Lawtey ; Fit tll:; Kdwina Roberta: W. G.
and
7:30 PM.Nursery pastor meeting; Tuesdayeve-; beats s. R. Johnny Eleanor .V.r-
A. E.
Massey Pastor rang, choir practice; Wed.-i eye-; tt'U9 Sharp; NV,A. "r..ne. John
Open Jr All Services Bible school, 10 a. ,nu tin:. .Hour,_of Prayer Friday >Yau-lIer; Jane.'Vi; :- F 'tt.t: 11.ft. : ,. { .,r ,., +'
Mtan Vinlt Twrneti.wel4e 5. >iat t, yI
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Cordial Welcome. Extended Preaching, a. m. Brotherhood; Saturday evening : Martni. ; E. 1.;.. ST 1".

To All Who Will Worship With Evening Service 7:30 p m. prayer meeting and Bible%,study K rk.e.v; Mary "Webb;.M :WrLb; DAY ,t, $
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting home JJCOfc Johns: Geoftc, W: .fiiiigstonl.Srie ;
at the of member. The
Us. a ')yat Charles {S. Futt slat;
7:30 p m., Wednesday.Radio Rice{ will be announced Wednes V, :ry Fugfeazzi; II. "."i JaBJ.{ ; H. I

J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor each program, 8 to 8:30 a3L .:! day. There will alsQ bet rrgujar, PackreH! Eliza'EeepP:: M. 'C. ; W M&-.rtll'b;-a been J. C.KM'ni .: .51 4.. 3 III II

Sunday over station business meeting .Wednesday after .
I ?.h. -xandot Uraham: KUtte M. 1
, YRGR. Starke. prayer meeting. Sunday, Sunday rates;' J. D. McLemaie.I.. RKart*. 1I'
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Jr.: .*..('. Kdie; T W. Pitta: qnarles] II
School 10 a. m.. and Worship 'at Robert: Uzzie Harris; Jessie R. THE CHURCH 'O 'ALL. *.7 '

That's Our BIlIIM 11 a. m. and S p. m. SeaN; Julia Johns; W. R. Lane; ALL FOR THE CHURCtfTW
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John Fanfher: JanM. Xanoher: .
riella Cason: Ella Fau,-hfr; J. R. Church i* *e frralnl factor: a. J
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Glaaa We Hare Itl YTTTTTTT TTYYTTWWWT.T...' "Turner: A. A. Pwrdeo; W. S. Fwtch; MI* for the 11I111d.a, of diaracftr uel

CALL WRITE or VISIT Vrs. K. U S. P. Kirksey: William fo A Webb: Kit** G. Wehh; JeremiahH.
Jtopre: Mary C, A. Johns; BoleHali tpinhul ..1un.V houl *lima;9ardl. :. .
Joe Peters THERESAB.T : Sia.FutcK! ; Tempy Jones* rnllm Jnoocrtry .or ci.iGuli;. ..* c"J ; : "
Glass Co. ''arr'"rpr Pf: Myra Fanrher: UIS. I. farlfe. There are (f.... MmJ" 're. o..

Bath Grime Rhodes> ; Viltird' Brown: MyraFaiiiner shy .. iy pmoa ikoaU .ni J.jrr.KrrguUrly .. She won't be guest of honor at any Mother'
1 Johns; II. A. Wjt-.
FOR ANY GLASS NEED ,- "iam> Nellie; \.Ike E. *Purnett: E. H. C.r. aid support A* CWcV.. Tlwyrr Day banquet But who cares? l
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We Design 'lJ m': !( a""lta. (.rootara.J.! H. R Modern Store Fronts
At Hoper,Church ;!.' M-.Peveneau: T.: L. GarrettJ. di.l Just Mail Us A Patten''f.Table Homecoming I' '.- Watterson; : E. II.. Oo.'lnary i.au..+y nJ .lioa.. (4) f.r A( silt national recognition.
.t.veryona i& invited te- Homecoming C Pt-own'; : j.ttt..r: F. Gardner;
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rw Tops : Jr. Robert T. H8ntP- .( 4>. Qtirrh, melt .k.i wedt tin ,
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353 at Hope Baptist Ch.ur.cb. !.Owen stone; Owens A. ".. Itackett:3lary: I. Jlcfalt .,. 'f- ..I.ad\ m.l.n.l IIIpp;... f.Ull to 10 She wears her orchid in her heart. '

Sunday, May 10. A basket dinner : J"ohn finad''Fua4zz1() : 1 .. ckcrck. KfuUrly wd.read JM BikWUawb She doesn't want speeches. But shell find i inspiration
"IU be served: on the >groundsatnoon. Martha A. Houser: Pauline Clayton; : ,.
; )lard, Adam Picks: J..: F. Johnson! : \ t as always, in the pastor's sermon. I
Schedule-;; -Sunday School .Annk-e U Harper? Slims KgepJ. 1 J
10 a. m.; preaching service, 11 trilt f'ekle: JyaZlte,14le, ; ga'ah; pap. toM g3wa iw.w And sitting there in church, with her grownI

FIRST a', m'-i':; lunch and fellowship. 1 'I Temple. WHIiJm' Jnneii: Gfnfff'fc< .1 I t ca nao the when
BAPTIST Church -- Starke'He" a. Pace; Milo Fanrher: ,Tettr; Fanfeer; : I Kra. I i-lt boys and girls, shell recall dayi
m.; training union 7 p. m., and Ida O. nrown: Milo Fancier: Peter bM I DIll 7 II first they toddled along to Church SchooL
preaching service a rancher. T. T. Wiiliamsj: Nellie, E. ,.., a 31ti.dFMaday
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor p m.; Mah.me: Ethel M. Mahofe; S. J.' t l;F ai ::as And she'll thank God! 'S1lnrrdar
Rev. Fred Dodd of Keystone R.,M: Mary A. Ittoas i Julia P.: 1 ,: 3.53Fnd.r

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Heights conducted prayer-, ,service J@vea Waters
at Hope Church .Sunday/both i Hrrvtrn: Owen Ovin[ ::- William Cf Mother's Day to bring her family to Gods House!
Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 in the morning and evenings.J GneP, ; X:.W: Hackttt: F. I. McCall

Personals :Iso" knnwa"as Fraftcjs-- MeCall; ,S" Copyrtht ,'". Kmtrr M Snict.Sfr_<.r,. Vt
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. J. F. Hoiiscr; DrO'W.. Ctoyten: i_' '
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Cloversettleand ,Mary:, Adams:?, Emmett Z; t'i<;Ws.aiso :
l kBrtirn' a3 E. Z.Ikk-.C.i ,>y.
Sunday School 9:.15..A.M..- Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. children visited, his mother I H rper:'"'R: L. Kite: tiora '' \"aTtennedy ,..
Mrs. Hattie Jones and his sister{.. ; Geergia Xii,: IreM- .KI1e: ". ..!:':

Midweek\ Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Stella MaairQ.in JacGsov.le ) -- 'i>1\llIh s Oairi Kile3tary'Nel11ZU4; S.-X-SylTester.J t! Ji'.lwifan : Jiarys ;' ?" *--f& .

: Sunday. 4 a ; SUas W;.. yutcU. and Hoary a--- ,

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Mrs Henry Loper and son and Saioa; as trustees of Sania.: f* .
Mrs. H. F. Cloversettle and Son Cemetery; J. M. .Kite; James C. These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCHREVIVAL Daint Letitia Vertreea; .Sylvester;, i
visited in Palatka iload&y.- Dr.: O.: W. Clay .n;. Pauline Clayton! ;] H i _

.- i ..I Mr. and Mrs. Q. Ea and C. D.VilJU.. doiag buses: --
children visited Mr. and MrS;-. I lutss under the name" and style :

A. Gnann Sunday. ? Of Santa Fe l$i? k)pn *nl'Companyajl JOHN A. TORODE '
'( dtw rhose .respective residences GASOLINE GREASE .
Earl Dickinson of Jacksonville pre'jdlinown> if alive, and if ant .

visited his brother and slster-)n- tt the. above. named persons: bt1i FUEL OIJULUBRICATION DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENE
de'e'ill'u. .
law, Mr. and Mrs. T.-W. JQickia-
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\ leaU-es. gr&ntorV! lienort
son Sunday.Joe ,reditorad Successors"la latl'rl'st. oc. -;, MINERAL I ".
Kelsey who is stationed other persona, claiming" any it-.' .f ...\ .
treat in the hereinafter described, : SPUiITs' !
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AT THE v.th;: the Air Force in Spain is properly; bf, through: ueder or .-. OILS .. I Ii
enjoying a leave here with lIisf&IUib' g..in-t each such cterea.ed"\ and ;lt :' 1
c\ier perao.s cla.llltiJaC.a.y interwut J
CHURCH i.i the property hereinafter 4etxirlhed. :
OF GOD Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond by. tirottgh.' uvder or 'a[ FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES.
gainst them or either of them ; i :
'in a/i .wa
are spending weell I Ia
a tue.mmiytains ait'olker peVaoaa cUhkfng eai' Eif If f
412 N. St. Clair St. Starke Fla. of North Carolina. right title. or interest. .whatever in .
Mr. an4 Mrs. Ernest Triest and or to the following lanlls ,situate,\ in FOR KEROSENE. OR FUEL OIL i
J'-rartford f r. County., Fl. ri sons spept the weekend''at their *>: r> >r One 7 'J Starke Fla. !
bison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 ,
Lonzo I Kirkland cabin at Salt Springs. Mr. and. A >vvcel of Und lying in'tireSouthwest .. ,
Evangelist Quarter (SW'.' of i
Mrs. Thomas Tri St and children the onthed. Quarter H5E1U j j'f I

cf Keystone Heights were their and i; the Southeast Quarter -
guests Sunday.- f. .. (tip;'.) of the Southeast Quarter .
BEGINNING MAY 6 .. 7:30 NIGHTLY < k4 ) of S cUell" 2C" Township I
1 So th. Kange 21 Ea l'it1 Bradford .
.1.1..TTT.YYY.... .. County. Florida. containing !. t. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO BRADFORD COUNTY : :
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Ftfurteen and Serealy-auven hun .i -
Everyone WelcomeREV. dredtbs: (14.77) acres. aid being 'tom.; 9 > i i

Pi' wore 'particularly ,dfaccibcd am 'j Mayor f.tarke : Associate Store TELEGRAP fI : "
I... S. WILLIAMS PASTOR follow: t A '-
Commence At the Southeast Corner' II
or said Section 2.1, and run I ,
tbencfe io % W.est tly direvti2 ifo .
: along; the Southerly boundary .
&.AAAA& .AA Ajt&&tifAtAA ':.t hereof a distances of 13SO .jest "
GEMJEWELRY
more or I leap, to the Easterly .
LOCAL MANAGER FOR Sunday dinner: guests "of ).fr. boundary of 'the right" of way a r.k. ,Furniture, Co... Sam Rosenberg .& Son I
of State Road .:IIO. run thence f .
and Mrs. Eddie Norman were. Mrs. NoxAh ? degree 31 miDgtes.Eut. "; f: .. r-o "'J f' *'. -

Maggie Norman. (Irs. Elvlee ,along Said Eitterljr-boundary! a Of tarke New and Used FumltureI .

Jones and Ernie' Norman of distance" of li feet. mote oriels Qi % \ik \ N. L. ',"OODBURX. : 'I '
tit its the I 1
Jim Walter intl'tsrct-i >4";with .V .
Corp."World's Gainesville -and Robert Nproaft Northerly lH>un4ary.. th* right

of Starke. Mrs. Maggie I Norman .of'teay,of State Koad. 19 to poiqt 1
of bt>glnnlnl:. FTPIH potnt'ef1 .
"ill remain for ':the f week, r ginninc thus described:' continue.Xozth It H' 4. t

Mr. and Mrs.: Gerald O'JJteen : > degrees, 91 mJnutfw.East, ctEDWARDS' PIr
FARM
al Easterly'boundary. J : J & J HOME !
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og said
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Largest Home Builders"WILL and of Jacksonvillevisited .:
son -
"' *.. ,. distance of 9.40.9 ''et't't'1 aj 1 point; '. L .i f. f -. "s
u friends here Saturday.Mr. ran thence SnuUj. 17' degr es. IV
and Mrs. Gordon Jones minutes and '45 n o.R4.. KaM a Grocery and Market Building Supplies, Inc. .And Auto_ Sup1.. ly J '
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di-ytai q. of 53.3 ft'I' ;to a'potsti;
BE IN STARKE and daughter Carolyn and Wanda run thence South ..' degrees i. 48; 1 5.' e i (f. ft I

Browning visited Mr. asd 'Mrs.Iewis 'tuinute/Ji and 'iq secondstcist.. 1: .. ,? .
dl: Unc< 'Of,411:* ff'rtto a'point; I
Thomas and family Sunday run thence South S3 degrees ZSminutes
EACH THURSDAYAT afternoon. Kas Ztil ( M La a

Mr.. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson point; roa thence South 3 degrees' Staffs HARDY BROTHERS aROWNLEE
I minute.and 19 se4on4 W *{'>% Cunt .M I
cf .Booker visited Mr. aall MIs. I distance of 1O:.! flet.ti.t11. a.- I ,

I Reed Lewis and fami S'fSWiaj. theftte foreaaid West"ST6rvlitls along o mmjaji said !.Northerly ; run-, ffl 1tark e Motor Company & CHASTEEN

STARKE HARDWARE CO. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manni and boundary, a diu.id.1 1 ? :; -S .
903.7 point of beginning.Parrel .
family oj>; Ste.rJt4 visits Mr. and feetjo .
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12:30 P.M. TO CQO P.M. Mrs. Gordon Jones, and family The Kart Halt ; .
Sunday: I. i Snotheajit Quarter .rSEU) of-the" 1 .
Southwest-Quarter, (fW" \. and| \jv.1.* J a II t ,
Carolyn Jones Thvv
was *'that Oftlon"'ot't1lp Southeast 3 SMITTY: .s
right guest of Nancy Mann "of Quarter. ($W'<) of. the garb'eaat Grocery and i Market WARREN'SShell 1
For Appointments Call btarke. Quarter (SE'i) lying West I
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JACKSONVILLE EV 7,1141- Sunday Services at Bayless of bring State ia;Road 5ecti.n'24'Townebtp:00. ,all lying and i StationI" Baxber ShopjMOTORS 'Ii
Collect : I : W;$ON'S lihutT
: ..J __ Highway; Baptist. Church .axe: SOuth.ford CoaatT.Range .IVcldA!tEast. in e4NJlln Brad 1 ,

or STARKE WO 4-531 Sunday School. 10 a. a.; Mo'rnicg of the HIM of war of State J. .. _'5r "
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Worship, 11 a. nx;;; Tra inj hop d. ll.and let, III1

"If It'sA Quality Home Union: 7 p. m. an4 Evening Services Parrel The Tlire West 'Half'j (W%) 'e* '.tla4t r f .;& TJ'D\Ul1- r AR- H

a p. m. t. 1 SouthwestQMMt rand (%W' ..h GIBBROWNS! GUY ANDREWS Mn I.

/ft A Jim, Walter Home"OTHER .. ...... ('-.'r J.*..'. ,CH 01. 9 theast the W Quarter
t r' Badf.rrt ('....,.. ?lerWa' ,F* ijjhwentr; Q..rter.n.t>t Real Estate I S
OFFICES ,,_.Pt...... :. L Setien -\L; TownshiD..t ;;nttth."Range Serrice.SuUoat : "
: IX HIE f:.tte of BeM>> R. Taylor :i I :;ast."'. ,o' a!! "i't A, {:; Your Authorized ford Dealer 1
OCALA .GAINESVILLE PAL ATKA LVt..i...a. ,that pyr1fI ..t) ilL ..I'-I Corlb a.iQuatter iiS -j* t T 1II1 II t
f. r i .sqTln: TO CREDITOR *hAH )_ f'P Soutt "- :
t personsIlallag.llaiyas or deawada east: QQ l r_ t 3F:{.1, t ti/.I -

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Executrix: .of the Wit of --James IIaerlptlua S. Arorn OwarLnta"49 '
Lawiey MYF Plans J Lawrence Off deceased.' 1 I A In SE Cor of W if .

Hollis V. Knight. Starke Florida, ,.Rc i4"-Ex 4'B'/) ,LotsO&7: of Elk. 5.J3- NW14ef 8W-W 2Xh 'l 22 :4Kon \ riffi!!, 3:'85

Spaghetti SupperTo Attorney for Executrix. RIWnN"E Ed t3 in N-Reno S/D -1.e"7'. !.Jon?;.'Jr. ,ofNEttx.4.34:, .

917' 4t 523t & aU Lots 5& n '. Lots 1. 4, -5. 8._of Blk '-- A E of Dirt R4 &:

Ruse Funds in. WOodlaWD. 15 i 32 40 Itelvta- 'Abraba1D 20 in N-Reno.. .. 1)jD ;. IlattJe SHcabethCJatk : 7.21 W, of Hd Rd' 4 t. 42 .73' Mrs. A. A Wllliam1JOn -

PUBLIC NOTICE Est. ZO.91 C : .. 1..5a...

.:) Th* r iUe WW Take OMtret s\V% Df 'Lot 14 In ." 't., ,I Lots 4. 7 .of Elk 20 ,.I .TWlUle Can at Hit of N Line ...
MYF Methodist : !
The of the Lawtey 3 Carlton G. Williams 3.43 -& "
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That a public hearing will be Woodlawn I in N-Reno 6,0 ,1 -Lu or 8ft. wttV 'fcry!: :t"
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.Churdh "will sponsor .a.:spaghetti duly b !M-i>y"the Board of County Ccxu at .SW CoP Qf .. RW of St. Rd %01. ..

Commissioners of Bradford County, sw14 .f ::qE; efNWI : .:*ua :W-vfi 250' fvrPOB .. .
the 5.131n" :
upper on strawberry Lots i 'i f-lk 25 Lloyd Aid ridge ..
PUrida 10:09 o'clock on & Pea N 'to
at a. m. RA
cwb- en
wharf Friday iijgTit\ i. May 8, beginning .U .nda the officeof RW: Qf ST RD lot .BIen SiD t-f t' t + .
< ,,rJune I. 1J59. at ,.- J ..r 600'. Sely 450' Nel7 ,. . a 4
Lots .4 &5 of .Blk. 22 -.' .
at 5:30. said Board in the County Courthouse PUB Cont 'N'on 'Y'line : Ceia. Lee AI.4I'1.Qe ;.Par'RD 60t", 7.wry ; a

The"supper will be followed at in Starke, Bradford County 411.5' EOS.5', .- _- '. ". ....' .L. ".. 4* } -Riio SID : C.33 450- to POB S 1 Uc.n Broadway I f ::;
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Florida -consider the advisabilityof S 4175' toNedge .P .Qa.iDes SS4.N
7:30 toy meeting of toyraspeopl vacating abandoning discontinuing of RW W to POB 11, 5.. '22 .; Egeiie B1eWetEt Al "I.n T 3A1nECorofE: '
Lot S of Elk .3. N- -
and certain platted .
closing
to elect officers lor a a t.U .yw.Ex'lA'1n
permanent stneet in said County to-wit: :NE.. of XE -U 5 ZZ40 JviuaAbrabarn44. RenU'S'TA.: ; .' .S4iiil2Ia.0.kerson. of '
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City Recreation Committee. That certain platted -street adjacent . Est U.u Lot. 5. 32 .af 1tIk 1 -4n U.iI NE COT also* AC* .i> \ s.., ', "

to and lying between Lots N% of NE! ef BE' -. ,-tP(..i.SID .. : ,, .ii't 1M f t E ok..W by 375ft 22 I Marshall-Jackson 1667
NS 5 7
S7-and 38 of Indian Beach as per '"4 21 n ?0 Agns'Thoiuas WaJD-- Lot -6 of Blk.1 In Gatiagaa .

Funeral Wednesday plat recorded in Plat Book 2 at u-rlrht.. 10.77NW4'ofSWExI0" i SD| Ex RWIT ; Eli.a- Mcrrta. ..Est.' 3.48 t. Coin at- NW Cot of.EofWofE ..

pa t'6 of the public records ofiradford
For P. T. RobertsPreston Is unnamed County Florida and never whichatret improved .A in NE Cor 22 U 10 'Ignes 'TiomasWstnwi1gtit : ":. -n.u S'D' 2 in" Gahagan ....hltoinWestey p 1.-o.4 .&tbnE4SOftS'iO 4 '

W S8 FL ot Lot 4 of "i 1' .. t" ',t'.Z .Ft.ilIft N 235 .
opened and which is ."S t :
or %
Lot of Plk 3 In (Ia.
1 L ft -to roB 1 22
Thomas Roberts b'U ot BIk4'UW'Z0'ft1n 1.4S 3 Azalea Motel130.54
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I )t a stat-e or federal highway; 'WUtieGrftD .
Datbour 1i..f hagan SD| E %..6 Acres of S'V
Co B. :
W of .
Starke, died Sunday. May 3, in ar.fl after at least two weeks prior Lawtey Ry' p ..", i .nI.. of ;NWU of SW ',:. T .- ...
I notice of such public hearing givenl S1:2 of 'Blk 23 In Law- -
a Gainesville hospital. Mnerai ; l > publication In not issue of Bradford toy W of RT George F. Young 3.n Lot V9 'of Blk 3 In Ga- W11flam W.'Parker ;1.Com' .<< 4 10 -3 23 -J G. W. Mosley'Est25JI
) hagan SID Cm at SW Cor of SE ,
2 Wed
held at
services were p-m. County. Telegraph a newspaper
of general circulation pub- Com. 105 Ft E of SW at. JtW' 'Cor'. ofB1II. U of SE'i,>&:rua N : .
nesday in Fouth Prong Cemeteryin l li: bed in PaM\ County. Cor of Lot 10 & run I SOfit, 2 E & 78ft fora roB

Bake C *mty with Jonn JJ. This May 4, 1959.;; si.1.oFt 'Rnir S 60-Ft. tor a. then E "314 'ft N 75 I... ,. .

Brinkley Frneral Home in charge The Board Of County-Commission- 210 Ft W 105 Ft to .. ." -I POBJUn; E. 60'Ft. ft W514 ft S 75 ftto p. '. "
Lot 10-B In / S 50 Ft. WOO ; 'Wmlana. .
Wpy
fit -Bradford County, Florida. Peg fJr B g r 15 1 23
cf ari" em'nts. I-.v HAROLD K. NORMAN Its Chair- Lawtey E of Ry CaTtte West 48.73 FtNSOFt.toPORin ." I 5 4 f .' I son 47.34

Stir.- in.* are his wife Mrs man 1 3j: L' f H Temples SjD' Ex f .' beg attat of Si.iy "I
Julian Attest: Charles A. Darby Clerk of Lot 7 of Ink 13 Iawtoy' : RW': 21 C' '24 _0 i inrE1kson :5.15W RW| of Co ,GR Rd "
Beatr.: Ro-erts; two sans, : 5.72
said Board (OFFICIAL SEAL) E of Ry. WUbar .hnkSnl % f.NW'4of5,2 S % 22 29 Zn Jones '110.18 4: 1: RX'ef4w\ .

Robert of Christmas and Thom 517! It Lot 1 .S/D of Lot 13 ,J i Lot 8 ofTMk.2 In Nat f ". 'm..T on ""

as Ror>"rts, Maria ima; four daughters In town of LawteyE 8.5' Williams SiD Ruth Mae Tenaalan 5.13ILtjn.Wt ELY BDRY of 8Wi
OF of Ry "W '.J.. Barber
IN THE CIRCnT."OIKT: ..ofKBK 2trr
Mrs. Wesley Lawson. Manas- THE EIGHTH JCOICIAL CIRrnr. Lot 2 in Blk 16-1* .. 5.72 ot WLY, PAR RD :U'. e : ,. .. .
sas, Va-31rs.; H. M. Fadgett Orlando 'TV AVD FOR BRADFORD 1..awteyE .. of" RY Harry Kitties SW't4 as Dt'8t' in XLY 210' ELY on 7 ...

; Mrs. Doris Malch, Pitts- ('OI' T". AT LAW >O. N16OU Com. at SE for 6f Lot J).ed Bk"\,O PC 301 SEx RD %It' To-POR 50V.'U 1 2! 1 P. 'E. 'Thomas S22!

RE: .Forfeiture of the following 17.ran W PAR.wtth R/W In Nat .. ,'I'. : :I, of JC 396 ft <<)f : -.. ,-,
burgh. Pa. : nnd Miss Voncjiie scythed Property: Lake Ave. 40'ft, N 101m..8.: Aanie S j-wf 'SW of S!: .
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Roberts, Si -ike: five sisters, and One 1954 J..rruryutomohilt', 100 ft to POB W Williams. BID 221 w-nlmns US !i 20 'I 22* 'S' ''EstellaGibbs: Est 1534 .

I bearing 1958 Florida license 125 ft. N 104-ft, E ..._. .. .. ... ... 'S 4. ',.' ..- I
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one brother. numhrt49728.. ID No. S4SL43096M 12* Ft. S '10fthi '. N 21.7-Sr( of S ;356.25' .. .,f .. 4 f': S !'EI; of T EHSWU n 7 32 40 O00ar GriUi13i0' t
L 8.22 ot..Wof
SWUf .
One Homart water ._LawteyE_ .. oL RY Mabel JetXins of :'KWUCom 22 7 22 40 Oscar Griffis .ll.M t
pomp Mod"l ;No. 39( 682. One -isu-rt ot ttie N In 'S'V ET RW[ 2! 6 22 l .-. "PalmerS -- aX MW Cmnf' .r):! '

Santa Fe C meteryWork.tg electric motor Serial ;No. 1154. Ft' of Lot1710' fc ., ? .0 Willtants n.99' *4 ot' F..li"4 run .
Model No. C56J2A11: five 100 Ib. town of Lawtey E llIjTSOf 'Wt.f. N 450 ft for roB 5the.

: Planned gas cylinders Serial No. LM- of Ry "Aaron Jenkins 11.27' KWTU; of SWU Ex. fa. ... 1 '1-: 210 ft. 'i.tIt :
r R'W Desc. DB87PG29 ; 4
3891. W13. L 524S24 and L- aCorn := -" fT.Wl0'tSt:! .
X69S9.! at NE Cor of Lot 22 C 22 UafrmctAB 6.83 '
in the 555592 and .GWdyj .PQn 20 7 22 1 ,John Jones 6-43.
Persons interested up- ORDER 18 & run'W 60 ft Com.at NW Cor -of AU .Blks 10. 11 & 5

keep of Santa Fe Cemetery near This cause coming on to be heard for a'POPriin'S 94 'SW1of SW% & 18 lying between St.

en final hearing pursuant to Chapter ft. W 60 ft, N t4 ftEGOfIInPOBLa run S 160 Ft for a- '.. Rd 2!I &: St. R<) IS '. ,
Hampton are invited to take partin 5R2 Florida Statutes of 1957:; [ POB then run E %)0'" in 1Vl' iht's Aaa to '

a cemetery WOI king Saturday Iradford County, a political subdivision town of Lawtey E .', ?-' I", : Ft S 50 Ft. W' %11& 3' .Haipptwi 3t 1 22' 5. AJ J. Carver 36.87 .

morning May 9. of the State of Florida, being of Ry rL. "'rjC.. Randolph Ft'N .50 *-t. to POB +1 -TJx .' 5% of $'; ofSES ::Ite' ,

CTatterson: treas- represented by A. J. Thomas' "Et: Al 40.55Ccm. "RiW 223Com. C 22 'Raleigh Cox 22.32 & SEI. of SE S3 7 2% CO lIardin 10 'el- i"23.C5 .
:.Irs. Mary Jr.. County Attorney and a. default at SE Cor of : a err- .

urer of the Santa Fe Cemetery living been entered herein against B1k18&runW8O 0' -IIt' NW jCor. of' Com af, Jnt, .of .ELY .

Association said the organizationdoes defendants. Freida Mae Helton ft. for a FOB .run "... % t-Wt ;( LW''L.& ,. .RW"lin; of lID 109t
Ai-d Williams Finance. Company N 274 it.'w' 80 h, S RunS0Ft-E'Thft"' : PecMdn: Tun Kon

not have funds to hire the Inc., and the Court having heard :374 ftr E 80 ft to .. ... FuJSrta 'po P.;'. 1un Sec. line,J
necessary work done, and the testimony and received evidence POB in town ofLawtey 'S' 100 Ft, E- Zit Ft, .. lor to ELY RW: U
: olfpred toy counsel for Bradford E of Ry Albert Williams 8.22 a. r.. 1in'ef7t2.19O'SOn .
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N 100 Ft. W-159 Ft .
the ,
would like to have cemetery t.r J.
group *'T" ',1! t .
Copnty\, and being fully advisedin C::<1m. at SW Cor of t -POB' *Z2onTitf PC :2 RW.3U' To PQ "' p

in good condition for Moth the premises finds as follows: 1lk.18&runNZTt (" NW Cdr -of Linnie -.Tl"QIEt.A1 -17.C7 1J 33 1 ,,22 .,J. D.'TVrren 1.?% .
Watterson said 1. That the proceedings in this Ft for a. POB run Lot 14 on LaVeview:
Mrs. .
er's Day. ( W4 of, SWU It
cause are regular in -all respects, W SO ft."N 102 Ft. E of Crystal Lake .. .
that several grav.J! need'fillmg ai. ; and the Court has jurisdiction of 80 -ft, S 10% ..ft.tp ... .,_ ,. .. Ft Ron'for ET610 F ;$..llQ Homcsites pf an auirreeonJed t .? ? H ,. ..*: i J ;
the subject matter. POB'' in town of -POB rnn 'W deed 'nenr ,]t. Ilomtr ..04
workers should bring lawn p
and '.U 50:,Ft." S-'llOS-t W' __ ...
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defaults heretofore 1obert.tln '
2, That the Lawtey E of RY \ .Lot SO.1: 52'ontiak .
mowers and other tools. & entered hereto against Freida 11 aelielton iO.: Ft, -N 100 Ft -to.- '.- :J-I' i. a of .Cry.ta1..Lake, I ;. ,'- : -.4. S _

\1.' and Williams Finance Com- Lot-23-A'Ex.-N: Wft roB 22 0 :U hii0. Homrsltrs of an unrecorded .' _

pan-. 'Inc. 'be, ,- .nd the same ;?re In "town- of Lawtey -*": :: *-*- .. 'WflUaml iASt deed 1* E. GIbson 15.14 .
Social Security' hereby -confirmed. E of Ry > Joy eeLee\* ..5.l", -. ,.. r .

,. J...That Petitioner has provep 4the L t'U In ToWri of : Com "at NE tor of l.otll'I ft '1 O.on Cy.. S.

A representative of the Games-, allegations of its Petition herein. ,Law fey. E rf-Ry i F-lleddle lieu -5.7Z; W4 of SWU run press -of Crystal ..*- u't* ,
4. Judgement of forfeiturehou1d Lot.27 In -TowTi of I *, V," II. for' POB 8. b i'-- 5234.8"Wly Lak Hntoesite of \ Vf .
vIDe social security office 'will -De. ", be entered against one f954,, LawMy E' of Ry J. W.' Barber $.1- 50."l. -r. an unrecorded) deed jp'p'. Affie 11.14 .

at the courthouse in Starke alter Yoreuryautomobile bearing 1958 S f65Ttof Lot J2 in ," ..- J .. 2326: Yo 'S 0'".to FOB 22 1 22-..: ,.. WI11iir. Jt. pl. %6.111. Lot 'J4 -on Cypress of .
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Florida license number 2-497N, Town of Lawtey E. ;it .- E :JAifcf., SMf'S3S 1 Crj'Btal LakeHomesiten4
9:30. a.m. on Thursday, May 14, TO No. 54SL43036M. One Homart ot-Ey Jese1e'Lee. j arbM 5. 'aJ.. W'i rfRW 22 "I 22 3' -C A. (:rum S.tt >f an unrecorded .S

for the purpose of conducting ',,'atE'!" pump Model --N/). 390682, One 1 Lot M NW. Cor ot -,. ., S% ()f .5'"W,4 of NEif .. ., ".. '' .[ deed CynthIa Scott t.:: .
electric motor. Serial No. H54. :Model Lot '.4% being 32*' :4"t of Ex Tar .. ;: I. r /.lIeft' U'
SociaT security business. 12W4., .. ; 'Wflliams Est ..!! .
lb. ; John Lilts i4L
No. C5W2AU. five 100 gas & S n12i7': ; N -22 22 .29 on Cs'S

"Persons who desire to make application cylinders. Serial No. LM63891 11813 & S on' W by-190' E k-.. 'I-r "I W 135'-: of that ,Port .. & .. i .. : : press of Crystal: is. 4 .. 4
for social security retirement L 524S24.:! L 55559 and X 6959; and .& W in Lawtey E 6.43 -ofvS% of SEtf of :Lake Homeit8 .fan t- a

the same allocated to Bradford of RY'. LIme tfr5 l SWL"'t Grjftd 43 C 23 Gerald L. Crarwford. f.U un..cOf'dt1ldnd Ronald ',. Grlffls 15.84 .

or survivors benefits secure County, Florida a political subdivision 1 A' Jn SW Cor 'of. to . : '.' LottC,.on Cypress of .. ,. .
social account numbers of .Florida. to be ? ; t ... Crntal Lake llofne- .
security ; of the Stale Lot 42 m 'Town- .. 'HU of. SEU of SEU -'- "t: .a. r 5 .
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I devoted, to some governmental functional LawteyEcfRyiE; ,. ; n il Lawrence F. LaMw. / ,ltee! fr.. 'Edna E.
a get any other social secunty in- 10.7'l El Jy 27 I 0
Will Lee 11S.3J
use or the Board of County 'Lot In NW Cor -. Rf. Spark; 9.09
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formation are invited to see the Commissioners! of said County may W1AofLnt 12 I h. Lot 54 on Cypress of
of .W-
SE Get % .
Com..at ,
representative at the time of his .uthorizp. the xaJe of raid propertyif town ot Lawtey 'fi kitties' 0.2'. ofNE1, 'or-SE% ofNE4 Crysal Lake 1I0mf''t' ft ..
in theIr-upun ,8uch ..saiowould.be harry sites of -am nn-re-
visit the best interest'' of Bradford Coun- Lot of 47 Ry& S-113 of Lot ,w'; .; for POB .ST"run' corded deed William FrogttI'>

... . W 111'1.4"N' Lot 4 of Lake Bed- .
ty. 41n Lawtey E of iii5; HawkktS 24.47ILot100.ft.N&4bj.1 .UO..J'' S wn .ElyPdry.bf"WH :: ... .. P O' forA i'bo",," ? S
NOTICE J. Dillon .
I.F.G.\L : : Easoa
It Is. upon consideration thereof .O'- .
Sealed hid- will be received ; .. 0" 430.97 22.33 Jr. .. 13.61
by ..
AND R.Tniinan -
Carlton -
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the Klorid&" State Prison at the office DECREED ORDERED.that ADJ1TDOED the following prop- ." .. t<( .. .. %S'I-: ., 1% ..... .... ... ... : .. IxM 10' of. Lab.' Bed ':. ", ., f >_" v, ,4. "-i r
E- 'M ford Sh rei Fritler .
of the Procurement Officer ; T.Rogerg .
city to-wit-One 1954 Mercury automobile 400ftE&Wh SEU. of.NEj' : .
SVUof : ,
Florida State Prison. Raiford. Florida bearing 1958 Florida license Cor of Lot 52 ln< e4 -4 SMO .
E,14tS6ld' Lot tJ. 14. & IS and
up to'and not later than 10:00A. number 2-49728, ID No. a4SL43096M. Town of Lawtey E .isiine f:I wis 1"UWCor'.Frac' .. 4 < ', .' l undlr iil: Int: in lot' ._ .
M, May :21 :> for various .
1959 5.U *
One Homart water pump. of Ry BirerL: ; : S6.06 & of ,Lafc. few I.'
items of IonahlE.CbatflPIen SfD Pansy H. Qolr .
bids will be for Backs, rags. and Model No. C6JZAll. COB -Add > .'- leT lut.
Serial No. H54 vk .
SD of
tor. Lot 12 In Otte | 1.kjtCeuIQuire: Win Lot S"of ttk A &:
clippings where and a? Is. subject i..af LotS'5-wfBlk: : . .
five 109 Ib. gas cylinders t ..
Int
of LawteyW "E.t Ir.'W. 165.14 l-2Wh in Tract .
Rids Town of T. Marshall
to inspection prior to bidding. erial No. LM 63891. 11813 L 524824. Orig ) S
must be on bid forms which maybe L 555592 and X 6959.! ,, he and the 3% A of NEU ofNEU Starke *... r. E io Bedford Oaks ,. .;;: N. D.- Inlaw Jut C

secured; from the office of th& is hereby allocated to Brad- Lots 1. 3 of Pfk n.Ex. .
I same of SWUNW'A & Lot IS of Blk D ..-* :
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Procurement Off!'-r, Florida State be usedin rid IT &:: Ex N : '
ford County Florida, to of NEU Of r.* ;; !.. \;. : li:0.thmt in .Tr.act .. ., .
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Prison Riiford: Florida. some governmental function or "' 1t- 35 Ft.of Lot: .1 C K of Bedford Oaks .. .
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SWU 24 5 13 Jg1t.: .. ..,' .
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5:7 2t 5112; of : ,
: ... inOr'' Town .
5.n S'iil&r
:-* -, ... wellI '* Cart RItch ".eI SJDEii It, Wlnd- .
use.It isfurther ORDERED that In of SWU of NE ,' :" Stark :ham 11.17.
till The Cointr Jadce'ii 'ourt.-Qf the event the County Commissioners SH U. 25 5'Z %0 Bertha Smith %::1.91IA E 30 Ft of 1x>tB %. I -V -.-** .. ;. ot'Lot"10 &: Lot .... ,. "X' S
Bradford ConalFlorida In Pro-. of Bradford County shall determine ojtIkflhtiZ (candi0 118.43 11 cfrBlk': A Jolt:: ,': 'F ,. '. .
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t baleIN that it Is In the best interest In NW Cor 210* ; .. .r .. 'f"r."' Town of Clarke Leon -pleasant S/D 13 j.12 Helen Wfts 'It. :

UK: Estate: of JAMES LAWRENCE of said ("ountyaid property SQ 25 5 z: 1 Wilbur Jenkins 3.43sW : MaMha .Radlsill 47.71 S

<<<|RR, Dt''f>ap.-.I. re sold then in that event the % of SE;& of SETh&EofNW4of ('om'10 TfE OffJfE Tracl, 1 D Mt.PIeaiaat;! .

XOTI E TO VKKIUTORS tale of said property shall beat -' .t! '. t Cor, of Broadway Jklloyt ,. 'BD; & I'LntjsS7 i .
All persons bavin? claims or demands public\ sale to-the.highest and best 22 Ii'Liule Williams Sts. .& Run ':Ii .. Cdr of*NWU being! _
against the estate. of James bidder therefor for cash. after two SEU of SE.% 25 5 4A'Al1' 105 Ft E 52H Ft. : (.10* N & S by .

Lawrence tOrr deceased are hereby weeks public notice and' the proceeds -' i U of SE% of Eat S1$5PtW-5Ft. t ,Clr,1e'w, : Col''n.. ,. 31.11. ... .466.10 E & W. .. 1'. Sterling S. Sawyer :::II
notified andrequired to file from said: sale shall .be paid 22 3.43 t8 roB ,',,;.8 G fl Jr. 12.J7 .
EOf. 26SEU i Ethel Ticker
tnelr claims in the office of theCounty Into the Fine andForfeiture Fundof NW Jf, Ry a. ., L 10A Trtct
Of SE ; j Lot 2 of Elk 1 of. : -flU*.abeth )(tCOy rAct 10 Carl Vol- .
Judge\ of ,Bradford County, BradfordCounty.. Florida and .fNE4 Rufus' JOore.EBt. 10.1 T & Cos SD. Ikopf. SID or Herman W. Cra- S
in. the Court House U Ex. N 250 Ft 26" .5 22 : r '
Florida County fii1
thereof. S
shallbecome' a part : Lot 1' a T -filk In 1. Lonvenia Robinson I.jckCmatN 74.66
at Starke;; Florida within eight DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers N 250 Ft of SEt OfNEU Naomi Tisdale' $.-.% T&.COs.Sfl Cor of s

calendar months from thedate of at Starke. Bradford County ofSE' '*26 It ZZ 4 L.tii'c2' of Blk 15 St1run: Sh". S

the first publication of this notice Florida: this the 24th day of April.A. S% of NWU of NWU 'S J ? :WJ,f 'of E% 'ofBlk'17 t"r\ POB Cont fi 7S ,
or the Fame, will \)t'come'oid according of of : J', & -.. I. I
D. 1959.SOEO. & NU: SWU 1. Selner 1i1 of IJ-T. r. ... OW 440' N75 E .
Robert' &
toi law. This May 5, 1959.! ; L. PATTEN Circuit Judge NWVi 27' S %% 30 Et Al 4778EH & jCo'8 SID .)tack-Goleman 1S..51 -44V' to POB II I II Winnie ')fay :
Publication.
First Mav 7, 1959. (OFFICIAL SEAL t" Stone 97
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JOYCE ORR WATKINS 5/7 2t 5114advertl8TngTP W: *2* of RUe 15, &_. : '
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of SW'4 Of SES .. '
SE Coi't3 S 2. n AaTon. 'Y.. Potts 3.91 BHts: 17 -4t H -in L #': .t' S 170': for S
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Notice ii hereby given that the following described lands will besld 1A in SECor of SW' =.:s' S 22 1 Odessa Douglas 1S,40 Jl 'Ft of "IAt./ :. -nlt.? :N 7$'. E440' to S
of
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at'l'lfbJlc auction on the 29th! 2' 3S.in 1.1' lit -1'OJJ: 13 8 22 E. Sims a
day of May, Ui9 at Starkf' the 1 Lot in NW Cor 'of- of 34.35 1farI'
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s.aa J 25.97
County of' B'radford.ol'lte State 01 FlorLa to pay the amount duo for taxes Lot 21 being 150 E' -, ,.. ..> S 2SA of SWi; of SE : .' ? a
to the
same togethf'r with an costs of such sale and .; 1 1 j a
& W by 290.51' N J 22 1 Paul: Orawtorl 1ti:3. '.r 1. 'BIt '1ft -> .r: -t.IMUy. tin S' "H! fex ,lW! HWViif .1 II 2 t Winthort* "1''. fJor- .

& S .. S2Convat 5 4.93 a: .LoDSI. : don IUS.
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IX rrlptloa S. T. R Acres Oftll..r Taxes: : ; Jackson licks NW 4 of NEU .. / U
SW'-eoT" of NW' :;: : 'Bri[. & .1' 3/4 of E% 23 3 22 260 Mlhihorae T. Car4 .
NEU of ?fEU N &" :. \ .' < 1.4' of TCW% & Ruff \\ otJf Jt"1of- Oft" >- 120.2J" .

E of River 4 ': 19 3 n. D. &: CoMby Cd10n 2.5% N :33,,,ft. for 5>OB,' loIn L T. & 'CtY.a. F3eIs'auPPlr.. NH i\ of \f .%3 I 22 40 8. E_. kennedy lUG .

NEU of .NEU Ex E '18i1 'fU N 430' ft. Add '. : COD at fE or. O1NE1,; e
Drainage Easement W 780 ft.. S 450' to. L'tll4.. -S.: of;.Blk 19.. 'Gladys "flarr0ngton.47U run w ill> .for.PttP. a S
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nw.! 56 i 20 40 Alfred V. Everett 41.S POB: Ex St RD . S
Lots 13 lj| of Blk 29i ..... ,RiW. .' 35 S 22 s' Barty hamilton. : U% ; / t"'Jnk :2 t -in gladys. rfarrihgton 47.88 stl/r c2'. E u.s .5-. 5-. a

In town'of New E'2 -of XWU of SWCom.at''NE ',' :; sf. .;(J .,.-:4 : ,1 n.T.*.&: Gas Add: ; > to :3'OB .U' 2203Sthte'. serrlces' a

River 22f' 0 n. C. Baldrt'e 5.30 % r3S 22 20 Eva Thprts I ;.Z3.9'% 'fin- Temples Add f ,' r f- '-v'- Inc. Jut .
Lot 4 of Blk 3%. In. E<::lxrts 1. 2-4'3: : of .. Com ,t RE cor of NEU 5 .
... : P "Eunice ArmWi %1.01I rurf823.3' 'TTPT .
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.town of New : cor of W BUi-4 ;; S
River %3.4'3 :20! Jessie Sf'owt'J1 EI't. 6.%% %- ofSEot NWVi- .. -- ,P. I Los. .%.' '3. -4of 3 lk '. --.... .. # "LYi.164.5'- POB I s ,. .

814 of SWU of NW' ." ;. & run S 9>0 ft" W M 21n J. JohnsJVdd .. ., .. ., ... 'N-1185' WLY on N ...: ,
.U 34 6 20 10 Queen Esta. Gantllng' 5.7% %nfts30ftW4U* -.-. n ) ,.pb tt. cOumGflBf'C..at ll*, 55', SLY 1100' .: IJ: .
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1in Ward City S '7 20 G. H. Parker 5.'':% ftJ ,-Ft-E.200.ft> .. ;af XfiK :'rwi .' \BE, 21 f I 22 C.1'7f..H: : 12.77
I.A. SQ In SW. Cor of : .5., a 5'Pat
3ff' W! 335 Fr.S"S3tl .
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SWU of NXVU 'N of of -ET4 t>f "SEi; ot : ,. { '. .. Ft no !K B than :E" .' :- ROE 22 .; ; .
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POB n 0 :.72 "lela"Buckles" 11."; .
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of RWJ. being r >- 'S SCoin' > I ; S
A K: &W bjr.. ,. Hwy 301 in NE Cor 4 \ &to 1'ET Cor, .p t.' n.W ,.'7S* SLY 1.1'S" .J' a
AN&S&.W% -It' being %50' E & W td? T.ake ELY on ..., t' :. .
if .( ; SEJMorfof NB'f ft run
of SWU! of'SWU 16W 'I 2a 2% n: B.'CrobY, 11.17 by 597.5 N & S & W'.rJJO 'Pt'S1s'! rt- TLake to Int from. -.- -r'i : .
Ft BW. _of NW ppn %i I 22 A'' n.I"Oft' 27.47 .
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J'of, NWU & -&M WX4 of NEU It' U .u .Bca41Ull'd' unltun W.O.ELZ.100.FtE.: Com at NE Cor of S .\ '. .

of NEU of''SWN f. .' 938.35 50'P-t ? .. .. H ifNWi of XW ,', .. 0
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lof River ?x '2 'A to N 4 A of "WH of NW 7, "t. :r't". i 14'8 69. W 144 to :t a
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Clay ,Elect Corp D- \i of SEH II' 27.4H
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WUbur. Hunter .
!.BK 84-64 57EH t< 20 8% 1. C. Clt'mmoos 9U8. *S% of SE% of SWJT r .. Lot ..%..A>t .nllI1 "In.. *. \ ; '"'"h E, 50 N 100' ;-;toP -" v: .1 .J'. .

of SEUi! \ of SWU ,' 1- C, f. .- -7 .. of NWU 11'' 22 5 Minnie Lou Dew Butler Court-S p"o"Eo;- Gianistes 23.4ofiiBlktZtCa5 !*. 25 t zi CJ' *-. Catier" 5.4T
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!\& SWU of SEU. 17 7 20 fiO H. 'B. Crosby 28.53 15.67' lAn CTVCor' of Lot'" ,' NWH: of SW14 2$ I 22 40 S.;E. Kennedy 12.90
N' E *f4i I. Sue" .4'ft S'i of NEVi of NE a
AH NEU or 9 A of NWtf: of .
'River 20 7 20 20 lL R Crosby 5.7% kins Add .;,i ;' ,:. I'- 21 l' 2%' 19 M7i1irons P: GoTEH' : U
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CH. U I 22 -.L -.1: Rosier '11... IMf-. 7.12 .
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Annie GJoodWine 25.01 -- .:. 0. t a P : .
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,NWU 21M 'l Z2 ....0 11. B. Crosby ".4a .!A in -3CE car'of "tE% of NW'. :.'%5 I'" .22ConT.at 1 Anci11W, Gif fls, I831AIuSWCnra'f' ", 2( ::2 22 20 Usftfe-na.- biT .
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'25' N & S'by 306' E Ft.JE**:* W 1>y no"I E Of.. NWtJ ;0f. SETUPS; '..C .2J iEAPiPSO'n; White 3.48. NE Cor of NB .
&W In eE-'Cor.; ., 'S4jj 5 \ 1' % ThOna'Johnsonbf 81'13 ft Nft S ( ; -18 .c' 3 t m "" 443 Lct. 1mC. in'" < /l1tDf'gWfOI)' .; a
12 NEU pf NEU 18 ,.-' S 21 %0. M. J.Tbolnu *.. ':.'5 '- "X 'of E 2,3, of NW?Ad !O ; t Lincoln <]JttyV:: *' .-, -WUflam. iicLe'd 3.48 fnrjPOB, Cont SW ..

Ii:H of SEU'of NE i.22: 6 21 20 'Vernie E. Thornton 1.41 : 'of'"NE :."n 6 22 13 William Tysoa; .J* 14.84 LoU'S 6T.BtX.1.in; : :'!. t-- : .. L'T1 100 S It o.r. : -
Lot 17 of B1H I Cro.- 'J 4. toorgfi' W.I\ J r to Lake : .
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by Lake Scores 4 .1 Yurif'l AInslie li.1% ..' p' NEtY on Lake Iii' :
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Vt. James :
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Pg'339 '6 32 | *r. .t -
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Blks. 34 1" ;. : N 1QDegE310' 'V' -
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.. S 2J3/ f"BW"'of NW : 1t In.itacoIu.Clty. ,' L&cieua Cottl* 5.83 :
l.-Lot'Crosby lying Lake in SS.Corof Shores ..4a' Joe E. Starling .3.'. ; .. 'p .n "22" :1;> T_, in. .,,. 13.47 SE Cor:olt4'm ": .to. POB' or Lot II 34 I 22 E. ?. J.. Procter. ..,. -. ,36.60 .

W %:!D'1t of XE of 4 ;t *, :o( ; W-ne"td. Ieg'3$7.5* W of 8W '.-
SWof feEU be. I -q -Th3 M.118 = __9.- Y.r14. :
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ing 420 & S t '.15, W% 1 :2 .. \ ..'. eor.of See 26..2..a -
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\by 840 ft E;& W 14 .7. 21.. S Truhy Sladi SU Wi4'.of l\"E-%,.-of' SE W:* a'C. --t. 21! to POB.Ex Jl/W 34 4 U'Everett.W. Me4lip IllS ItosO9.POS to A lAke'- -.. V
8 of Elk 3 tnCmj: i ,.20Oiur "C Htt run '
\ jiam 1. F:. Ratliff lU'I .3e '18 1 22 o9- r. lAtiOJtir.Si; .: : W on &e'Llfte 'CZ.S'' S
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Mural RAthff 2.07 ; -Gl NE -of. % los Lake 62.5 J : 4 '; .
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fTBlks3& In Craz': 18 Ernest Dell 9.37 JUW' f34 C 2% .1 -J. C. :Barton I.U
p : Ex 2A in NE cor 18 4 22 a .' e' .Rd RW: 3t' 22 William- .- --Whit. p

'W 319' of Folrenmft'5; Lot3of BUt 3 in ? T f A..! o4s9tsPts1v. ON' } r 4Ct'f.. 32.93 a
s.li .. of Green Acres Qnsr'GfN.'& suns1t'Pt '' : SCot'
NW' 9f'" SD Louis :3flllcn- F.e' At TIrE nf ?'W .5.,: et2 .
NEURy on nae of/ W"Ut.Ft. -S .... ... of See-S 2J2 -
& run N P&.t dabl1 .10.99, N7I.Iit. : Ft 'E. S9J Ft: '. }- t ; "'. To !Lake E 80. N .
.R/W 70 Lot 9 of Blk 2 in Sun'S. t :Beg. n V: '22 U'Awrencep.L5k.e.. "' : '
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'!I5 Yds. .. :Lot< of Elk 2 in Sun- [s. [ ffEU* s. : > .' .3 -- .
E 2%4 4ids-: 11 I !. *; i e c. ., ) 1'44' n.-recd Plat due t. : ,1
To POT ,, 28 7 2'1' % Mrs. H. L. Beard 26.97 nu Acres .. :I Robert Dell 2.48 -of'.b WS34Tt:3eom. ;,"f"t% Ray. tbnb 1U7 DB 8 -157 IS" "5auis4 R. Jones 2f.47 :
\ Com, 520'W of Sn 'Cor.' 2 kMSW1r -or Lot 1/40 in' 'Indian -.- ,- f
of Lot 6or&: rim T3 1 Lot 'in "SW'Cor of ... l'CE"tef'' s ""t4 Beacft.* ;JLf.wbiuJii d' .t.71' :

104'' N2oi'. E 104-. B5S of R3W in : '$W'cor;of NE' .' p ,

S208' To PAR r. '-5 S2 'Raiford Uiller. "Aa .:fnptes : iB, :*&%*?< or-i r"1111 N U!"," .. ..J..L 1It.t.y' __ 5- :

Lots 3. 14 in Wood- approx. 100' E '* W ._ ; E4U *',)S ...., .w. __ :. .... Tax Collector Bradford County Fla. ,
lawn ,5 5 22 20 Fred T. Natho 10.21 by ir N .s, ; U I .U .s.m.. fa. ...orIIa. *:itJ"lo: B'e 25 C 22 2 'Barien, Hnrit 21.84 '.7 4t $.ZI .

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VivyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVYVVVVVVV I ship at 11 a. m. music by choir Rev.'Lennon preach his,fir t sermon .... TTTTTTTT'MAXVILLE. .. n.;;;, pie Padctt and Mr. Padgett of y..t., Lawtey. Let us fill our bus and

/NEws OF INTEREST TO COLORED i I No. n, Enoch Allen pianist; B. Sister ,Arats'Williams 'reporter. .I. Black Creek. win the banner.
T. U. 6 m. Sister Sarah Jenkins -
' r' p. ., Miss Charlotte Jones of Jacksonville GRIFFIS LOOP We were glad to have Mr. and
: president. We deeply regret I KJE NEWS spent the weekend with I
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY "and Mrs.
the passing of her mother in Miss Virginia Cannon. Mrs. Charley Johns
Unit On,Transportation By Mrs. C. B. NelauAAAAA&AAAAAA.&A
By Verble AndersonAAAAALAAAUAIAA
. Georgia, Mrs.'Mary E. Hands.'Theentire Miss Gloria Anderson of Law- Moore at church Sunday .night.
By Ozora J. SheD I The sixth grade class' of RJE
family has our deepest uuua tel spent last 'eekendith Miss AJLA A A A A A Boatdrain Baptist Church

..... ... .... .. . & & . & & ... . . . . . _._& sympathy. We hope they will havea I elementary department taught by, Bonnie Padgett.Mr. .
------------------------ aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa&aaa School, 10 a. m:; Morn
Mrs.Suianna Wellhausen Sunday
D.. Williams 'com Mrs. Mary has been Linda Brookins was Sunday '
safe trip back to Starke from and Mrs. Ernest Padgett of ,
Ktd Cross Drive Report (charge, occasion. Jimmie Brown, Jeffersonville, Ga. I pleted, a. unit -on .transportation, ill and confined to bed. We surelydo Jacksonville spent Sunday with guest of Iris Ann Gamey I' ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Training \

. /'Principal C. C. Anderson of vice president Selection C. C. An- Holy Communion will be given j recently.:: 1be.class.} begaii* the wish her a speedy'reconry.Mr. .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and Union, 7 p. m.: Evening' Worship
derson Chorus. Mrs. Z. P. JenIings" study March :9.and 'during the and Mrs. John North and children of Americus, Ga.! visited
Lawtey, wishes to thank all other .at 7 p. m. all members are askedto family. a p. m. and Prayer meeting
principals and responsible director and pianist, presentation teachIng the'unit a movie: on;: family had as their guests for I Mrs. Hodges' parents Rev. and!
persons come out and have their spirit- Mrs. Junior Goolsby and son at 7:15 p. m. Pastor
,'for the following Red Cross of speaker Principal! the construction And use of'the Sunday dinner. Miss Shirley Hig- Mrs. Orville Brookins over the Wednesday
ual strength renewed. The general visited Mr. and Mrs Leslie Sweat
Thompkins address: Principal C. airplane was shown The culmination : ginbotham and Dave Coverdale, weekend.Mr. Rev. Orville Brookins Everyone
report
: Hampton, $12. Thurston
public is always welcome to come ; I and family Sunday $36.85, Wateroek. $11.. RJE $76.71 C. Anderson, Anderson Junior and worship with us. Joan Jenkins of the. unit was 'Jn the Glenn: Neily, :Tom Klosterman I Miss Gloria Higginbotham and and Mrs. Harold Griffis welcome.

Anderson Junior Hl $93. Total High, Lawtey. Selections from An- I. reporter. form of, an assembly prDgr&nV'in" Butch Westfall and Gary Binnon Tommy Baker of Jacksonvillewere and children of Palatka visitedhis

$229.56. This was a final report, derson and RJE choruses. :Mrs. I the cafetorium. Various means of; of Cecil,Field. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold NORTH SIDE
Allen Chapel AXLE Church
but other persons in the community Royal and class were highly com- t transportation were displayed%6y'1 -MnrandiMra.; ; D.,J.- Mann of lie Sweat and family last Tues- Gnffis. recently BAPTIST ClIURCII

have promised to make con- mended for this very fine program Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church posters clay models, booklets- Jacksonville visited Sunday after- Mrs. Mora Clark recently visited -

trJbutions which if given will be which represents another Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will and .other types it''' 'Integrated r>oon with Mr. and Mrs. John day.The Maxville PTA will hold its her son Hutten Lee Clark in Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning

reported immediately. As county truimph for the 7th grade. Sonja hold regular Trustee Service on work that was done The;: North and family and Mrs. Mary final meeting of the year next North Carolina Worship. 11 a.. in. Training

chairman for the past three Williams, reporter. Sunday starting with,, Sunday teacher and class were highly i WeUhausen. I[ 6:3u: m. Evening Wor-
years Wednesday May 13, at the school Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith of "nion, p.
he again .wants to thank you for Carnation Club School at 10 a. m. Supt. Irene commended for such excellent! 'Miss Jewel North was a week at 2:15: p. m. All parents are urged Melbourne visited Mr. and Mrs. ship 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting

.a "very fine cooperation. The regular meeting of the I Thomas in charge. At 11 a. m. purposeful, activity by"the princ1I I:. end guest of Miss Marie Taggartin I to attend.Homecoming. Jeff Smith Friday and Saturday Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone
Bro. Levy Lennon former chair- pal and supervisor Shell. SuzannaD. Carter,
Ligtits On For Cancer MHdleburg: Rev H. R.
Carnation Social Saving Club was Day At Long Branch: There will be a Sunday School welcome.-
man of the trustee board will deliver Williams, tea.cher.E. Thomp-
'The Bradford County Chapterof held at the home of Mrs. Evelyn for Mrs. Bill Roberson and daughter Don't forget that HomecomingDay mass meeting Thursday, May 21, Pastor.ALVAREZ' .
his trial Guests kins
sermon. principal.
the American Cancer Society Jc-hnson. Plans were made to havea Marcia, of Live Oak spent services will be observed next at the First Baptist Church of
his been working during the shower for Jessie Mae Sewell. the morning will be the LaBelle PTA Meeting "' several days ;last week with her Sunday May 10, at Long Branch .

month of April to reach a $1,000 member who was burned out of Club of Hawthorne, of which Mrs. The last regular meeting of theFT mother Mrs. Dorothy Waters and Baptist Church and everyone will Men's Clothing

.quota. As the "tenth man" in the everything last Sunday. The next Beulah Lennon wife of the new A for this term washeld in.the family. enjoy dinner on the grounds after III STORE Established 1894 jji
minister is member.
community we would be expected 1 meeting will be held at the home a cafetorium on Wednesday with Mrs. Paul Garrett and familytS the morning services. The public
Several Sundays they wordtipped '
ta contribute at >>t least $JW> oJ o2 Mrs. Annie Jatuxsaa. act Ctrs< ago } eside&l "LevylewiDa io'charge., JatfsscMtffite spent Sunday Tritn(fs tttc\Ced tp act's S.

that amount. Mrs. Clyde TenrffIcgar by Street. All club members are I ai Antioch 'SapVsl where I The bosmesswas closed for the t Roger North of MaxvtUe and
her parents; Mr: and Mrs. Doss
Mrs. M. J. Lee is a member.Mother's '
term and plans made tor election
to
Count Chairman lor the
asked -remember our sick, Higginbotham and family. Gloria Burnsed of Baldwin have
chapter and is looking to Day Program at 4 p. m. of officers"in the fall. The'president
our Sarah Moms and Annie Jane Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Higgin- been chosen as the Teenagers of
Evening worship at 6 p. m. ser
group to help all we can, Friday, Dell. thanked the teachers and Lotham and son of Jacksonville the Year at Baldwin High School.
May 15 has been set aside mon by the pastor. ,patrons for the 'fIne cooperation
as Plans are being made to wor- visited Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- My apologies to the people of
" We are still praying for our '
"Lights On Night. All persons in chip ,at the St. Johns Baptist received during 'the year They "inbotham and family Sunday. Maxvilie for letting them down on ,
i sick and shut-in and wishing for
the community are asked to join Church. Melrose, on the first. .I have planned to cooperate with Rev. Lester Taggart of Middle- gathering the news, but 1 have
the, fight against Cancer. I them a speedy recovery. any program relating to. the improvement
, Sunday in June. Rev. Alphonso burg and Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards been in ill health for several r
On Wednesday, May 13, at Jenkins Junior Church every Tuesdayat of athletics next term*, weeks I ,I.,
Jenkins is pastor. Mrs. W. Brooks I wrre supper guests of Mr. and and hope to be able to be
Givens
5 p. m. E. J. reporter. .
Elementary we will organize president, Mrs. Alma Jenkins re- levy Lennon> president, E. Mrs. John North and family last back on the job soon. In the r ? 'M
Pleasant Grove Methodist Church
the"Lola-Jones Chapter" i Thompkins, ,Principal. M. B.
of thAmerican e porter. : Thursday night. meantime it you have any news
Pleasant Grove Methodist '
.
Cancer Society. We Shower Held Wheeler reporter. please hand it to Bonnie Padgett
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Manning
I Church Rev. H. J. Blunt pastor
'have asked Mrs. Margaret DeSue The members of Antioch Bap- andWomen's I Fashion Show ot Clay Hill spent last Sunday and she will see that I get it.
will hold its annual Men's
to serve as chairman of the chapter tist Church led by Mother MurIphy I .. Thank you, Mrs. Nolan.
with Mr. and Mrs. Buster Mann
and I Day on Sunday May The, annual Fashion Show will :ThBestforyourtepee
"Lights On. chapter
This donated $12 to Jessie Mae
will be setup as a'memorialfor Sewell whose house was com 17, starting;with Sunday Schoolat I be,held at,RJE starting at 8 p. and family.Mr. ................w
and Mrs. N. L: Cannon and
Lula Jones and will work 10 a. m. Bro. Leo DeSue Supt. m. on Thursday April 21. Mrs
each pletely destroyed by fire Sunday '
year in the Interest of on in charge. During the afternoonthe O. W., George is in charge. .All Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris were
,cure and while she was attending GRAHAMflflnyMrs.
prevention of guest speakers will be Prof.C. pupils in hom'emaking classes will visitors in Jacksonville last Thurs-
The
cancer. society church in Keystone Heights. She
Is contributing C. Anderson and Mrs. L. M. take part. .The.Adult Education day.Mr.
very heavily to and five children left home-
Daisy Chandler were Royal. Music and other numbersof class in. ,clothing. '. will feature and Mrs. H.. E. Griff hadas John McKinney
of
one
our own. less and without clothes and
any interest'will models in effort to stimulate their guests Sunday, Mrs. Mag-
She is being transported to Gainesville rersonal belongings. The church appear on the an .............A..A.....
daily program. At 4:15 the Baby Contest registration in the new class in !
by Rev. J. P. Franklin held a shower in this connection
and will soon be walking normally at Jenkins Elementary on Wed- will close for the following adult education starting Sept. 9.: will close officially on rncay. May Those visiting Mr. and Mrs

:again with artificial contestants: Gail Marie Hudson Community adults are asked to 29. Mr. Gibson director of the John McKinney over the weekend fire theft
an leg nesday night at which time many Our Home Protection Package'gives you ,
provided by the American Cancer useful Gail Roberts, Paul Leon Jenkins, attend this program and see the program asks that all books be- were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin.
articles
were received that
Society... Nurse Snellen has play- ulI help her start a new home Jr. and Rudolph Lennon. At 6:30 garments made by these beginners longing to'the county be returned Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall and children and liability insurance on your home with on*policy; *

ed cervices will begin for the closing during the free course of rrmediateiy.' We are askedkeep'.our to of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Victor -
a veryvital part in this operation for four small boys ages 4 monthsto .. one premium. It may save you money .. or give
which will include Brooker churchhoir fered. attendance right to McLeod of Dunnellen Horace
up ,
and Is
doing fine
a Job along five and sister
years a baby than policies..or both.
with other members of the Jennie Sewell. Any persons in and officers as well as mem Primary Operetta May 29- the very last of school. FifteenRomj McKinney of Lutz. Mr. and Mrs. you more coverage separate

Bradford County Health Department Starke who may have usable furniture bers. At 7 p. m.,sermon will be The operetta, "On the persons or more are required for Charles Klint and grandson. Ronald Call us to learn more about this package plan.. .

In the Interest of all dis or clothing that they would delivered by Rev. S.:W. White. At to Moonlight Town",. will be presented a\ class' to be organized. Next term of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. U. .. \

cases.May hke to share with this family are 7:30 Rev. George Lee will give a: by the primary departmentof .Irs. O. W. George will have L. McKinney and children, and

Day ProlJ'amWed asked to call Supervisor Shell at short sermon collection and reports RJE May 20, at 8 p. m. in the classes hi, cooking and sewing if Miss Caiman of Gainesville, and. HAROLD C. WALL\ AGENCY"INSURANCE

of clubs. Chairman. Bro. enough enroll. The classes Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thomas of
eSdai, May 13, at 4 p. Woodland 4-1874 and arrange- cafetorium. The plot involves a persons
m. the annual May Day Program inrnts will be made to pick them Clarence DeSue; co-chairmen, Sister visit to moonlight town by way are scheduled to begin on Starke. SPECIALISTS'

will be' held at Thurston School. tp at once. They have nothingand Ruth Holland, Bro. Albert : of ah.enchanted glade. Invitations Tues. Sept. 8. Registration feeis We are glad to report that

Come:and see the wonderful acti- will appreciate anything you Tyson and Sister Catherine Dell. i are extended to the-:publie. The $2 which is all you pay for the Horace Cain is home from the 200 E. Call Street Phone-WO .4.4801

The general public is invited to. entire ,year. Tell what after two week stay. ,
vities'that will be presented by can give since they are on Family production is under the direction us' youwant hospital a
representative, groups 'of Bradford[ Welfare. chare: this wonderful program of Mesdames Chandler. Lee Mof to .learn and we will make His mother Mrs. Minnie Cren- Starke, Fla.'

County Schools.. There will be Church News with us. Mae Belle Dell reporter. fart and Lennon, music by Super. plans for you to do so In adult thaw of Gainesville Is visiting
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist education classes. him this week.
pltnt"of "good:music refreshments New Bethel Baptist Church visor SheuV ---- -
; and fun'for all. This' invitation New Bethel Baptist Church. Church Intermediate Department will. r to-,

'is being :extended to the Rev. A. B. Vinson. pastor, held Bethlehem Freewill Baptist present'a program undeixthe di? f I: fJltt $ S ft!!t { \ ';i.::. .x ,4 $;:; ; : :<; '
Rev. L. McKay, pastor { :! 4. \ :
general.public by Principal S. c. special services for youth on Sun- Church. rection of;:Miss Mae Frances Jen- ,.., ., .4. .
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: ?: "I..t" :"p"
Price and; D.'B. Jackson teacher. day. The young people's choir hld regular worship"air day Sunday -: Inns Mrs. 'M. L: Paul and M.: .T. +..:;;.; .:;.,.;;:.&...;,..::;,,-;;. ::;':*, ..,;/8',.....<'- .*:1"'J.i"'Y'k! ': '=' ., ::t X'\t/: :''4 1..': 'J'"
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starting with Sunday School. ,.&.:St."f.1.f.i\-: .".:::;;';:'; ':.'.'o' :'.': >} ".iI< 1:1': ... '...,>
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Seventh : Grade Program was under the direction of Sister White:on Tuesday May 12. The :.: :<:.;;:...,:::.'''':': :. : 'w :';%. "<" :<;y),:po, ;v..;..J... m. .,.\'Wi' "' ,$ .
The seventh grade of RJE Marion Dell with Dorothy Ann Sunpty night the pastor gave us general public is invited, to attend ;..:..,.;.,......:.!...:..<.".<':.:'_:'.:.;;;.*.,:<<....' :.:.. ,, .'',\-'i....<..'.,... ...$,',:\'.'.("" ".".'.,,,<<< t" .,. J.:,.. l :;,;: 'i t"\. ,,,
taugfit by Mrs.. L. M. Royal presented Hankerson. promising young pi- a soul stirring,message: "When I the program which promisesto .'....':'.'..'..':'t':>''..''"?':;x.v.:<''''::'>':: .<" "' 'f.:...".", >v.:'1>. ","'w. :('!>'<>-t<.' 1Jc' :"" '\ ,J "'1'>j'..-ot:! ""'.11'.t. ... ..""...'v":0. y.,.-, -

its final See The Blood I Will Pass Over be thrill and treat from start >
; chapel program unist. The guest speaker was Rev I. a .
for .the year on April 30. You." Scheduled activities: Mon. to finish. -
Al- Miller who brought an interesting .
phonso.Jenkins, business manager r message on making a good record 7:30 Faithful Few Club: Tues. Mother's Day ProgramThe 8000''W&

Scripture was presented Curing! your lifetime. 7:30: p. m. Choir rehearsal; Wed. third and fourth grade

by the'candidates for Bible School Regular service for this Sunday 7:30 Prayer meeting; Thurs. Fel classes taught by Mrs M. L;'Paul 00 :

Camp this summer. pledge of al mIl start with Sunday School. lowship and Re-union preparation presented a program honoring

legiance ,to the Flag, Selection Sapt. S. W. Hankerson or ap meeting; Fri.. Prayer Band "Mothers' on Wednesday during

RJE Chorus/.Mrs. F. S. Pierce !In pointee in charge: morning wor- meeting; "I Can Circle" every the regular chapel hour. Remember

r first and third Saturday night.. Sunday Mother's Day and ..
"Tlte Sunday'at 10:45: a. m. all members we should all give honor to

perfect tribute to l 1 are asked to'meet at the mother be she living or dead. The

'a cherished. memos church to form a motorcade tosouth unite carnation for the deceased

1 Starke to worship in the and,the,pink or other colors ,are

Fellowship Union at First Born for the,living;"mothers.: v. ... .
Every funeral that
l' we conduct Temple, Elder Flax Howard, Rock'N: Rollers Clab 0 ,
is a'source of sustaining 6000 .
pastor.
The regular meeting was held
Bplace and spiritual Inspira. I We are scheduled to go to at the home of Mamie Louise Da

iron to the family '. Macedonia Baptist Church. ns'with Jackie-Marshall presid? sE.

J Hampton at 7:30: p. m. We are ing. The club decided to sell ice .
Hundreds of details are managed and economically sorry that Sister Sarah Prince cream at the Reno Theater on -

attended to that only a trained and careful had to return to Bradford CountyHospital Saturday to get some money' in ,;

organization can perform when the urgent need but we wish for her a the treasury. The next meetingwas

for serving is at hand.DeWITT speedy recovery Mary McBride, held Wednesday at the homeof t
reporter. Elizabeth Crum with Annette t.Y

C. JONES Ebenrzrr: Baptist Church Shell, presiding. A good progress .
-
Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.I report was'given by the-treasurer. Y4A
FUNERAL
r DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE E. D. Robinson, pastor held regular Ice cream will be sold by this -

PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610 services all day Sunday group at the Reno next Saturday. 4000 ,. srr s

We.furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and acceptANT starting with Sunday School at Sandra Lane,.reporter. -; / ..

.life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company, .. 10 a. m. Supt. Henry Bryant in hurston NewsAccording ... ... M yle. D#+ti.

payment In part .r hi full on funeral services. Consultation charge: morning worship at 11 to a report from.Willie < -i. .

,tanks no obligation. a. m. sermon by the pastor.At Pitman one of the trustees of :"'. .
3 m. the Federation of the '. .. .'. .) ,(.>
p. school,we;will be open fOr' .
4i.
.' ": l Churches was held at Pleasant :;school in this same building next '.'v.'

Grove Baptist Church, Keystone term."Supt. Morgan did not explain : : i.' ..,' _.' "< -. "/. ; : ,

I Heights. More than $40 was raised fully how this' will be done >.' io& _

I at this meeting. The sermon was but some classes''will remain here 7

delivered by Rev. George Lee, in Lincoln- City next 'term. This Z OOO' ..y. ...".. ., .0. .. ,... ,_"-._-. -- .. ." S

: l pastor of Antioch Baptist Church. decision made Principal Price
28 DAYS 1 YEAR 2 YEARS 3 YEARS 4 YEARS 5 YEARS
6
YEARS.
Music was furnished by combined and many of the members of the 7 YEARS

choir members of the three PTA very happy. Compressioe strength in

"...". churches. Rev. E. D. .Robinson Don't forget our commencement pounds per square inch .

o UP TO $600"CASB president; was in charge of the I activities which will begin with f.\l! : frtre

meeting and service which was our edu &UonaJ'tour' on Saturday,

enjoyed by all. May 9. Be at the school at 8 a. &0

The next meeting of the Fed- m. Saturday to"* get aboard the On the Pennsylvania Turnpike. \I'UL1\J' h U Lb

ciation will be held at Ebenezer "Yellow. Hound" for Little Talbot

en the third Sunday in June. Island. The first step will be the .
Holy Communion was held at "Zoo" in Jacksonville A '
large.bus
.-w' FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS -- 7 p. m.,last Sunday. Avery fine is being provided and 'will give shows a rising curve of strength year by year!

I report was made by all officers plently of room for parents as .4.

and ward leaders. Sister Ranell wen 'ust: de 1ts. Come one. come .

o. English, reporter.: at.. come .
CONSOLIDATE BILLS .hie. come. small.. Ruby
Antioch,Baptist.Church Albert reporter.c Actual tots foils {lust completed on strength of 7,226 pounds per square

TAXES REPAIRS Antioch Baptist Church. Rev. Hampton: JTralninr .School' this pioneer turnpike system again inch. a gain in strength of 29%! '

.- MEDICAL EXPENSES George Lee pastor held Sunday The school closing program for flow why, concrete lasts so I long. A basic characteristic of concrete With its' specially designed. cabbage*.
toga ,
CASH PURCHASES School last Sunday with Supt. Hampton'will be held concrete give you aa expected
has
on Sunday, '. been proved again: Concrete 50'years and more of.safe,
Clarence Williams in charge. The May 3All Parents'are
IMPROVEMENTS
urged to Seven years ago concrete: cores: cat constantly increases' in strength. smooth driving.No wonder concrete.
: Reduce Budget PaymentsOn lesson was taught by Rev Lee and attend. The Hampton" school 'win from 'Pennsylvania Turnpike This strength "bonus" is one reason is the preferred pavement for the.
ie>iewedtby Rev. Strong of Lincoln probably sun be next term
\ Furniture, Auto, open when it was.. three months old showed engineers stayed with concrete new Interstate System and all
remarks
City. Significant unless some miracle happens with ,.. .- beavy-dutyroad as well! wi
Appliances were given by Deacon Elmer SheD refemce to new school busses, ". .-"an. average, compressive strength of for a11..L'-Turn:1. extensions. Con. _

end Bro. Jessie Williams. Special .Don't forget the educational tour 'of-- 5,068. pounds per square inch. aete is the only pavement that p r

,PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS refernce was made to the"Wise 'to Little Talbot Island on Saturday 0' Coxes recently cut from the same can be mathematically designed to

SERVICEON Judgement of King David" and May 9. All pupils sue askedto -"!' .' ... < .
ALL REQUESTS the consideration which he gave be at the- school at :30'a..m. '

the poor During the evening service The bus will leave Keystone ,.; :

'' communion was held and a Heights at 7:30 and,should arriveat
STOP
IN OR
CALL TODAY special donation was taken for the school by' 745. First stop

i' I sister Jessie ,Mae Sewell. a member .rill be Thurston, Starke"seconds .. _

whose house was completely .op. Zoo Jacksonville, last stop:; : _t ,PORTLAND 'CEMENT ASSOCIATION ,
TOWN FINANCE CO. destroyed by fire last Sunday. Little Talbot 'aboardfcr '
Island. An. ... .
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< r*- ,- v 1612. Colonial Drive Orlando Florida
Sunday School will be held each a great trip. M. Taylor,,.prtacipal. ,
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144 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.9091 StmdAy at the regular hour. Thecroup '-
is asked to worship at.Allen Adult 'Education "<,MpThe ," _": -.; : A motional organization to improve and extend the UK*of concrete

Chapel next Sunday and hear Adult Education Classes,_
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