Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03514
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In Lawtey Controversy
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A thin sheet of black plastic

nay be the means of getting '

Bradford County strawberry .. i r A.
growers out of the red, and re- Marshal Brown -I 'Steps aimed at getting Lawteyoff

sicrmg .the berry industry to its 1 I the AAA "red line" were initiated -
M former importance in this area. t 3 {
Defends Self at tf
meeting of the boardof
The 48-inch wide sheeting, .r r tti :3 1
used mulch eliminates directors of the StarkeBradford -
as a exp -

r i ns handhoeing., and prom- From Criticism I II County Chamber of Commerce -

ises to boost yields. Trial plantings L: I II II I at noon Monday. The powwow
at the Experiment Station in dr' I Mitchell Brown Lawtey city I ; which was marked by an
Gainesville of strawberries with II I marshal, who has been the storm :
absence of name-calling or fing
plastic mulch on soil fumigated tenter of a "traffic trap" controversy -
against nematodes have producedat for the past two months, : er-pointing, was attended by

the rate of 41$"crates per acre. < I:gas requested publication of the : Mayor C R Shuford and other

4 + This compares with an average of following statement in The Tele-: Laxitey officials: Marshal MIt-

only 75 crates acre In Bradford graph:
I chell Blown, whose activity in'arresting -
I County Dear Public:

WorkBrownSaves The plastic mulch Is also said In the last few weeks I have motorists in a no passingzone
Fast been I at Lawtey has aroused muchcontroversy
to of'er protection against exces- z widely criticized for my en-
I five :'aint U. Last :year when (forcement the traffic laws in 4 4Lawfey. was not present.

Bradford County's production was .. I Upshot of the conference was

Poisoned Tots mined by an 8-inch'rainfall within To set the public 'straight con- ,that the Chamber of Commerce

a week plastic mulched berries Tuning what the Peninsula Mo- i, Till request the State Road Department -
tor Club has been
: at the Experiment Station in saying, I would
Gainesville: kept right on producing like to state in my behalf that I'I '! to place a traffic light
Joanne, 3. and William 2, children Mrs. Brown said that both childien do
marketable fruit. I not receive any fee from ari i at the main Intersection of U. S.

TSf Mr. and Mrs. John W. were too young to give a Leaton Morgan Jr.. is one Of I r Rows of plastic covered strawberries contrast with old-style straw mulching used on! rpots, whether it be one or 100. I''Sol in Lawtey, and ,also erect a

Brown of 606 W. Adkins street clear explanation of where they the seven ,berry growers experimenting plants! in background on the. farm of Leaton Morgan, Jr. (!inset). +j I ITo also furnish my own car, gasoline -i:sufficient number of warning
term little the worse for wear I f and the upkeep of it. So act-,
obtained the poison but said the i iI ,signs! at both ends of the no-
alter an experience here Monday trail y, I could be considered in pass-
that could easily have cost their girl declared the little boy found I Biadford County this'season.. He! See Modern Methods the category of a dim-wit, so to j iag zone so all motorists will beaxare
worked three 320-foot beds,
Jives it "under the house" They thin steak, if I just got out and madeup of the situation. Several
52-inch middles and applied -
Mlh i ifertilizeI'
While playing in their yard the perhaps a former tenant may have cases for arrests. spokesmen said they elieve4-
in three different I ItIll I
children apparently found a The papers were correct in saying most motorists would comply with
left it there after using some of i i I
one bed he used ,50 pounds of Bradford Growers Trek South
package containin a poison that i that the biggest majority of i ii the law if they had sufficient
later identified arsenic. it to exterminate pests. with 25 per cent organic; i I I II '
was as ai rests came as a result of improper warning.
I The Browns moved here six ,j the second bed got a starter of I i I
They swallowed some of it tend I I I passing.' I realize that after Resolutions advising of the action
got more of the powder In their weeks ago from Texas. Mr. Brown 4-9-3. plus 50 pounds of sheep I I ,A three-car "caravan," loaded' Oscar Carter, Leaton :Morgan Jr.,! Florida 90's that were left under I f i traveling a. great distance it is and asking that the Lawtey

fair and smeared over their faces had been thrown out of work by .manure; and the third bed was I[with Bradford County strawberry Maikalee Starling, Wade Gaskins?! plastic mulch and are bearing I,difficult to automatically drop ; ban be lifted will be prepared and

and clothes. the effect of the steel strike on given 25 pounds of 4-8-8 with 25 I I growers, left Starke early Wed Pete, Griffis, Ned- Coleman Ira fmit: for the third season from the your speed to 35 miles an hour I,I tent to the Peninsula Motor Club
They were rushed to Bradford his employment and had packed per cent organic. j I nesday morning Tor a threedaytrip Wilson, O. C. Cason, and F. F.t I same plants. This grower also hay'I which is the speed limit through i iI i of Tampa, instigator of the investigation -

County Hospital, where ,a search his wife and three children into Morgan tried the three differ- to observe methods used by Flume., Accompanying them. were! five acres that are bearing for I Lawtey. Therefore I try to be that led to the La-,
meakd that no antidote was the family car and started to ent formulas because not too large-scale"3erry growers lr\\ Dade County Agent G. T. Huggins,; the second season. very considerate on this violation.!! tey "red line" action, and to MA
printed on the package, and a South Florida where he hoped to ttiuch is known yet about the and' Broward Counties. Starke Market: Manager J, R.:I After: spending Wednesday night And I think that I have been j I headquarters in, Washington

rice against time, was started to obtain work harvesting citrus. He pjastic mulching method of' planting The trip was one phase of a Wainwright, :Mason Marvel, agricultural -!I a* Pompano Beach the group went AlIon 'crossing the solid line I j I Mayor ShuWrd repeated; ,his
save the children's lives. Mud:: his funds gave out when they and as the beds are covered, revived interest in strawberry extension assistant vege on to Dade County. where they try my best to use good. sensible i iji !claim that ,Enforcement of the
In an effort to identify the poi- leached Starke and they were ill fertilizer must be applied when growing' here, which has been table-crop: specialist from the University I saw a field of 160 acres of berries, gment. But Hen offenders de- ; law is necessary,as a safety, measure -
,fcon so that an antidote could be forced to stop here. Soon after the plants are set, out. One possibility sparked in recent months by experiments of'Florida; Robert MeJntire -,J i i all under plastic mulch, on the Lbcrately blob their horns andpass 1 since the no-passing ,zone

given.: Sheriff's deputies were riving he obtained a job "set that might be tried, lateris with plastic mulching, Chamber of Commerce. ex. Cenelia-Campbell Farm. They also becaus /theY're in a bigger I includes a whool 1-zone, foUr Intersections
tent to the University of Florida ting out pine trees" with Harry the application 'of ,a, fertilizer I coil fumigating, and other 1m? ecutive-director,'and GeorgVKope-I[ visited! the', operations .of !Leamon I aurry than the. ones in front ofF ind a two-foot open

Medical: Center where Dr. Kirk pray which would feed the plant proved methods designed, to step Inusos. Starke'restaurant ,nroprte-J Norn\an l i : ,and.,-ojhfrCBradforiUt rep; attb that, hg or,- fb'e li''trsnch bard/ring the;road-.s a
Green.PiloiKilled' "
M. Dubowski beganan.apaly6is. .._' ... .. '._,u,......,.,.w..' 'Ol1 t ; t.IH;' ,... -'a'.:. ,J up production:.** < "" -tor.. -s- -N I)f who-.-now-gfbwingijjerries: ,, in Should"'ve'a rehended.The result of construction work r now
In the meanwhile hospital officials On Sept.,'20, Morgan stretchedthe 'The South Florida trip will be The tripjwas! made possible by!I I Dade County' AAA has pever said that I in ptogressjbn U. S. 301.

\ ,called the company": : which plastic sheeting over the three followed, up with a meeting to financial support offered by the j Thursday afternoon they returned was making illegal ariests they I, Several. persons attending the
manufactured the poison in Min- beds which hadbeen prepared be held! irt the courthouse ,here at Florida Bank' at Starke, the Community -] to and said I made too many. This.is one,1 meeting voiced, surprise at the
-iteapolis, Mmn,. only to learn that and then set the plants by. mating -I 7:30pm.., Friday. Jan. 22, at State Bank, the Chamber 1 Pompano thins I can't figure out, because i I I Motor Club's "red line" recom-
the firm had gone out of business As Jets Collide small: slits through which which time growers will make a of Commerce. Bradford County 1 some time viewing the operationof I sure don't nave 'any way' of I I mendation' since the last check,
eight years ago./ they could be placed in the I definite decision whether or not Board of County Commissioners, the huge Pompano State Farmers i making those drivers violate the!I.revealed a marked decline in the

However an alert telephone operator ground. He first tried covering I to change over to the "loose pack"method Bradford County Farm Bureau, Market. County Agents and! traffic laws. ,I number of arrests made in Lawtey
in Minneapolis managed to the bed ,with the sheeting, and I I suppose the fact that Bradford for the offense.
I' of Chipping berries, and and the Soil Conservation Dis II I their: assistants in Dade and Brow-I I no-passing
locate a chemistho'. had formerly Near HighlandTwo pulling the plants through, but I select the type of container to be trict. All expenses were paid ex ard Counties cooperated by show- residents are more familiar with I Mayor Shufcrd said he felt the
been employed by the firm, this method didn't work so well. 1 I i the laws and road conditions _.in Motor Club representatives had
the the
Bradford large-
used if it is decided to change. cept that person making ing group
tnd he identified the poison as When asked why he is doing :Lawtey accounts for the fact that I handled the truth "rather carelessly -
1 scale of in
meals. production vegetables
from Other items of importance to the trip paid for ,his own
arsenic and gave the antidote.Dr. FU8 Crusader jets this experimental :work Morgan r there are so few arrests of local ," and that he felt Lawtey
Cecil Field Naval Air Station collided industry will be decided at this Leaving Starke at 7 amthe that orea .including the so-called I
Dubowski supplied the same citizens. Another reason is that was a defenseless small community
(Continued on Page 2)) arrived in Broward Count)'j "mule; train" assembly line production -
in the air near Highland meeting. group out-of-state |
information about: the same time. i there are far more being "run over" by a large
: field.,
Farmers scheduled to take the Wedensday'afternoon, where they methods used in the I
Tuesday, and one of the pilots : aid out-of-county cars through
Another hurried call to the and powerful organization.
other Miami D. W Starling, inspected a 50-acre berry field I The group was scheduled to return -i ,
The trip were
Baptist Memorial Hospital in died in the wreckage. Bradford Cagers : here' per day. Naturally the more Mayor W. T. Jackson of Starke
to. This! to Starke late 'Friday after-
Jacksonville located the needed pilot escaped with minor injuries.The Pete Wainwright.Luther Hilhard, belonging one grower. ,. people, the more mistakes. Surely aid that he, too, had had trouble
antidote and the Florida Highway \body of Lt. Thomas Ttl.: Mc- I* R. Starling, Wesley Crews, planting included five acres ot noon. I II I this is no grounds to say that partiality Li the past defending his community -

Patrol rushed it to Starke*, where Kinnon of Jacksonville was found'in Stand At 5-2 s is shown. I am just proudto from AAA charges. "The
it was! given to the children. \ the remains of the cockpit of Rain Records I. say that the residents have rouble: is that come of these dri-
Hospital adminstrator R. E. Ed- his plane about a mile east of :: I never given me a reason to .His think if they carry an AAA

mondson reported yesterday that U. S. 301 on property owned by BHS cagers bowed 67-29 to P. j bother them-only two. Inciden- card it gives them the right to do

the children are apparently makIng the St. Marys Kraft Corp. !{. Yonge in Gainesville Tuesday ;Fell In 1959 tally, the same person [two offenses anything. Then when they break
,a satisfactory recovery although Lt. (J j.g) Jesse J. Smith, also of night for their second loss, 1.I 1. the law they get huffy and tell
they will be carefully observed Jacksonville, was picked up bya against five wins. just wish that instead of the i the AAA they have been perse-

for some time yet, since rescue helicopter near the After a slow first half, PKY t r-. :" AAA thinking in terms of pro- cuted. ,
\\Vith 79 Inches
arsenic is a. slow acting poison. wreckage about 30 minutes after turned on the steam in the third I tecting their card holders that The Chamber ,of Commerce
Mrs. Brown said the children he ejected from his jet. He was quarter paced by Gene Sadler's S : ws they would also' think of the gen- communication to Peninsula Motor

were playing in the yard as she taken to the U. S. Naval ,Hospital 19 points, and a great ballhawking I eral public as a whole. You can't Club will also ask that representatives -
was preparing supper late Monday for treatment ;of shock and an performance by Lanny Last- 1959 wilbe, remembered as the measure life in dollars and cents. attend the next meet-
afternoon. She happened to look arm laceration. mger year of the big' rains" the. They should also give their mem- ing of the Lawtey City Council in
cut the window and saw some The planes were from Fighter At hah'time BHS was trailing I year '''that droughtdepletedlakes bers a few good habits to go by an effort to arrive at some solution

reddish powder in their hair, and Squadron lt4, a replacement, air 2-8 and tried to close the gap in in this area 'came back to "normal I [Continued on Page 21) I I to the present stalemate.Fishing's .
smeared on their faces Sand clothes. training unit, and were on aloutlne the third period but PKY was levels" and the year that
.. She ran into the 'yard and training mission when the out of reach 32.10 at the end of farmers quit scanning the skies
found that they also had the crash occurred at about 30,000 the third quarter and continuedto hopefully *Jr signs of rain clouds

tubstance in their mouths. As feet some 14 miles south ot pour it on in the final minutes j jI and started digging ditches to
won as she saw the poison label Cecil Field. I of the game. 1 I 1 drain the water off.
on the package, she read the I The Navy said that cause of the It was PKY's seventh win in Averageralnfall over the county -
earning and rushed them to the I collision was unknown, but that eight games, and Bradford's record for the 12 months of 1959 was
hospital At that time the children i an investigation is being made. dropped to 52. I I Conservof/on/sfs/ Get Awardsin 79.21 inches based on totals recorded -

had felt no ill effects from I Wreckage was strewn over an Dickie Dixon was top scorer I' at four rain gauges in widelv
the poison, and were not in pain. for BHS with 157" separated localities: This
area of several acres.Registration Certificates of Merit were given the 59 contest among conserva-t, was
I Beat Green Cove to members .of the Bradford lion districts, sponsored by Goodyear -, almost 30 inches more than' the<
Books The Tornadoes rallied in the County District Supervisors by the Tire and Rubber Co. Other 49.10 inch average recorded over i a r f
ATTEND :last quarter defeat Green Cove Goodyear local representative, supervisors who received awards' 10 year period ,by the Raifon i '7<

Now In Precincts 62-49 in last Friday's game in the Seeber D. Goodman during a were Lloyd Green; J. B. White,: (State Prison) station before it t

SCHOOLOF BHS gym. meeting held laU Thursday in the I Zedra Hamilton and Sam Mc-' was deactivated several yean
Registration books will remain The score was deadlocked at 39* Agriculture Building.Mr. i iI Garvey. .v i j I ago. The state average over a 10

MISSIONS in the various county precincts: all going Into. the 'final'period, Goodman (right) is shown I Guests attending the meeting I II I year period was 53, inches.
through Feb. 29 for 'the convenience but after that the Tornadoes outscored certificate to Leaton I Of the four stations in Brad
presenting a ,were Farm Forester Don Champion -| .
j c.b
RALLY of persons who wish to the Blue Devils by a 23-10 Morgan Jr. as the outstanding soil I ford County having figures available .
L. E.
SCS 'state
register' their home precinct. margin. I conservationist in the county. District i for 12 months of 1959J; Santa
Location of the books are as fol- Woody Strickland hit for 20 I supervisors including Chairman .- Hollingsworth, and Telesforo Angeles -j I Fe FJre Tower led with 83 inches 4 i PM1

Madison Street lows; points, while Billy Helsabeck ad-I F. S. Smith (at, left) received Bureau of Soils, Manila, New River was second with 81.; ?

% Precinct 1 (Lawtey). G. W. ded 17 and Dicky ,Dickson 16. awards as runners up in the state 1 Philippines. ]I inches; Louis Hill :dear Highlani( r
Baptist Church Roberts, store.Precinct Thursday night, Jan. 7, the I recorded (&ip,7; and Starke Light

Sunday Jan. 17 4 (Graham), Ollie A. Tornadoes scored a 66-45 win over Talk On R. E. Lee .1,Judge Gooding Plant reported a total of 71.8 4
Rivers store.Precinct Baldwin in the. gym. inches for 1959. .
3:00 .tfM.: 5 (Hampton), Pearl M. Strickland paced the Tornadoes To Be Broadcast Will Address Satsuma- Fire Tower, just east f
; Dixon
accounted -
-: with 26 points and '
Home, store.Precinct of Kingsley Lake in Clay County,
Ji 6 (Theresa), Rae for 23. Mis. L. G. Powell, president of Mass PTA MeetJudge led for the area ,... ,
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-- W. T. Weeks chapLr'U. D. C.,
Beahler Highways 18 and 100. total of 85.92 inches in 1959 h
Precinct 7 (New River), Eunice March Of Dimes will talk on the life of Gen. Robert Marion Gooding noted 'I almost d&uble its 1948,' total o: i

This Space, Contributed Moody store.Precinct Road Block Staged E. Lee on Tuesday' afternoon, Juvenile Court Judge of Jacksonville \ 47.86.'Y 7j ;<. .

8 (Brooker), R. A. Col- Jan. 19. at at 12:15: over radio will address a joint meetingof j :May was by far the wettes t

Weekly] to Publicize, : i son store. The sum of $105 for the benefit station WRGR- This. talk will all Starke PTA'sTuesday night I month, witH!. an average of 136:1 ,
Persons wishing to register in of the "March Of Dimes" was commemorate Lee's birthday. Jan. 19. at :30 o'clock in the : inches reported' by the four Brad

Community Events by Precincts 2 (N. Starke) and 3 (S made by members of the Hi-Y nigh school cafeteria. t ford stations March was runner '

StarKe) may do so in the courthouse Club at a road block in front of Bank Holiday Set All other PTA's in the county, up with, average of 11.52 inch: Fine

THE COMMUNITY as usual. the Bradford County High,School as well as Keystone Heights, are Ell. December, with less than a Ii
{ The courthouse registration office last Saturday. The Hi-? Club will The. Community State III Bank of invited to attend'this meeting, inch of rain measured in Starke, A holiday Ib.bJnctrip off Madeira Beach near! St. Petersburgnetted

STATE BAlflCOF will be open for the convenience continue to conduct the toad block Starke and the,. Florida Bank at and all,parents in the county are was the year'i driest month.It this fine catch" of 76 (mostly speckled treat) for Clyde Terf -

of the public between the each Saturday throughout the Starke will not be open for busi urged to attend. was the. heavy rains o willegar, Starke auto dealer' (third from left), Us 00, Byron, aad

STARKE\ hours of 7:30 p.m. and 9 pjn. month of January ,in an effort to ness' on Tuesday Jan. 19, Robert .Judge Gooding will speak on .March and May that played havo 1 c i brother-in-law, Charles Parsons of New York (left). Their pleased
Jan- sizeable contribution for 1:.'''I.'ee'4; birthday a legal holidayin. 'Teen Age Problems in Our Com
through lame a
night 1
each Thursday
I Is at right.
Florida. munity. (Continued on Page 2]
this worthy
uary and February. cause.



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00 ... ..- ... .. .M..... ..,.............-.- .' Mr. and Mrs. GIG Doctor's -- -. -. --=--'; -
Stanley anIon and sons of Jacksonville, spent patient in Hospital. Others admlnif ,
--r Plastic; Mulch I I fuel and. 'electrical, supply, -
and Miss Anna'Ruth Crosbyof :; "
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guard
rI Troy
on the sick list are Rev. and I Payroll strationT and many others.
I Jacksonville, Al-C Floyd Crosby Bennett.Mr. .
Seen As Boon Mrs. Adams, and Les McClellan. real fora
I "This is a opportunity
Jr. of MacDill AFB and Miss and Mrs. G. L. Sapp were

.. Judy Roth of St. Petersburg spent (Continued from rage 1) in Gainesville on Thursday for a MrsIra Hall of Kentucky Is Totals $$60,000 -. man to learn a trade while being

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. visit with Mr. Sapp's mother Mrs. visiting with Mr. aril Mrs. D. A. paid stated Capt Randal F;

Floyd Crosby, Sr. and family. lays: "I want to get rid of havingto Susan Sapp. Jones and daughters while Mr. Chitty. Co. C unit commander.

III'TtlI The family surprised Floyd cros- hoe weeds; would like to save Ray Dorman of Jacksonville Hall is attending to business in Members of the two local Jackson of Comi *
Sgt Sidney
by, Jr. with a birthday dinner on my time in the field, and also was the Thursday evening guestof Miami.

1.aT. .. .. .. -t-,.. ..., .. ,. ..... ...U_ .......'.6 Sunday at the home of Mr. and tune in hauling help; and at the i J Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. Mrs. O. J.. PailUps: and James National Guard companies, Co. C i pan C and Sgt Merrill Strickland

'e- Mrs Harold Crews. ametime'cut expenses all around Mrs. M. L. Turner spent Thursday visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips !, and Co. B of the 748th Ordnance of Company B ,are attending supply -
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Herlong attended Lewis Putnam and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kramer of and get bigger yields." ; with his mother Mrs. Sarah and family in Callahan on Battalion, were, paid approximately -, school at the Ordnance School,
of Lizzie Mrs. of
the funeral Case S.
Mrs. Roy Spartanburg,
Beaver Falls, Pa., parents of Mrs. An Extension i Starling, at the home I
Service bulletin of Mr. and Sunday. j
$60,000 in drill and
Snellgrove at the Lutheran Church C. were last Thursday visitors of A. ;J. Barry, have rented the that armory: pay Aberdeen Proving Ground Mary-
states its tests with plastic Mrs. Luther Hilliard.
Lake after- Mrs. J. M. MitchelL Mr. and Mrs. G- W. Roberts summer field training during
:.ear City on Monday pay j land. Other members have applied
., Reynolds cottage on Kingsley have proved the method to be far Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and were Sunday guests of Mr. and '
noon. Randy Johns is convalescing at I&ke next to the Barrys. children visited 1959. ,j for auto mechanical school and expect .
superior:: to previous methods, producing Mrs. Sapp's parents Mrs. Monso Tatum in Deland. I
L. D. Green was in Tampa from home after a leg amputation in Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin more vigorous plant grow- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor Both units will resume their I) to leave next month.
Recent guests at the home of ,
business Bradford several
Monday to Wednesday on a County Hospital
and pleasure trip. weeks spent the weekend with Mr and tli. higher yields, earlier ripening in Middleburg on Sunday.Mrs. Mr., and Mrs. Fred Moore were '; armory drills next -Monday night.,
I ago. Mrs. H. W. Cannon in Gainesville.Mr. reduction of soil rot elimination Mary Locke of Jacksonville. !!I
at ,
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass w recalled Mrs. C. A. Knight returned Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Iverson and': 7:45, after a lay-off during the
and Mrs. H. E. Dayton and 01 weeding, spent Sunday with Mr. ,
more constant moist- and Mrs.:
to Gainesville Ga. on Mon- I home last Thursday from ten days sons, Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo ; holidays. Company C'drill at the''' THE RIGHT POINT for 018
have moved from the J. S. ,
family in the Eunice and
Mrs. .
ure bed prevention of fertIlizer Selma Eun-
day by a death in the Pass fam visit with friends in West Point, Rev. E. D., Boyer of Tampa, and in Starke, and Bat '. way you write. Come In aid infect
St. armory
Starke Motor Court to 345 leaching. prevention I Company
ily. They returned on Wednesday. ice.Leroy Charley Griffin of Sarasota. your favorite ESTERBROOK
Miss.Mr. Clair street, the house formerly beds washing down! ,.and reductionof Donn of Daytona Beach I Camp Blanding. I j Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
James Lewis is a medical pa and Mrs. A. E. McKinney occupied by the Ed Gonslaves Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wainwright 1 i i
fruit-cracking during wet sea- and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waldron Unit
tient in theBradford County Hos- visited Mrs. J. G-Millican in Pa- family, who have moved to Brand- sons. and family of Starke were weekend had as weekend guests Mr. and strength ceilings have been,,
pital.! latka on Sunday. Mrs. Jesse Starling of Bartow; lifted, and both units'art! authorized ,
enton. / So far at least one phase of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ,I GOING TO
Mrs. Sidney Walker of Way- Frank Hemmingway returned Donn. Mr. and Mrs. Al Perser and son to have a total strength of I ARE YOU
tile system has worked well Ii
Mrs. Wanda Silcox and out I
cross Ga. is visiting Mr and Mrs.P. home Friday after minor surgeryin son Eric of Savannah,Ga.: Mrs. Re- \ NEED
I enlisted I
Franklyiv have been visiting Mr. for Morgan. The three beds have Bill Zack and daughterand .J98 men at this time.
D. Fancher this week. St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack- bel Rhoden of Ocala; Mrs. Delores' I
arid Mrs Clarence Rudy Mr. and thrived, and the need for hoeing Miss Gwen Tanner v.-ere' attending Vacancies are open for automotive assistance in the
Air. and Mrs. C. W. Brandon, sonville. Widener and daughter, Deborah II preparation
Mrs. Robert Robinson, Mr. andMrs. has been eliminated. Here are his to business in Jacksonville and track mechanics, radio repairmen !I
Sr.- of Quincy were visiting their Mr. and'Mrs.. William Renfroe I I of Palatka; and the Fay Durbans.MAYOR'S of your 1959 Income
T. R. oung and family, and figures on expense: on Monday. welders, machinists, and I
daughter Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth, of Jacksonville Sunday visit- .
were Delbert Collins in Massillon, Ohio. "Cost of the sheeting is around Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. supply personnel. ,I Tax Return?
and family last week. ors of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal-
and'Mrs.. $125 sin accre but I figure it ccosts Frank Cruce were Mr. and Mrs. COURTOn Veterans and young men ovgr
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkare ler. Mr. Melvin Bryan and y SEE
me that amount for the three Robert G. Carlton and sons of 17 years of age are urged to con-I
attending the Furniture' Mart Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale had as family of Raiford were, Sunday Monday, Jan. 14, the following NEIL TUCKER
complete hoeings Jacksonville and Dot tact
neededto at
usually Cruce, of personnel the unit if interested
iu Atlanta, Ga. this week. Mrs. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. rUnner guests of the Lawton Bryan handled in Mayor's,
family. make a crop. But then I should I Cleveland, Ohio. uses were in joining the Guard and! Public Bookkeeper
Lucile Davis Is staying with the Woodrow Folson and son of Wil- : I
save the cost of mulch, which I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and Court. i, attending one of the Army Service I E
Denmark children. liston and Mr. and Mrs. Brace Replace. your old sewing machine figure to run from $30 to $36 an .Bonnie visited Mrs. Kerse in Edgar John MUbern :Miller, 17, failure, Schools offered through the organ-: 120 S. Court Starke

Mrs. Carolyn Richardson of Cox of Jacksonville Beach. belt with a new Sinter Belt acre, based on five or six loads at I on Sunday.Mrs. to have vehicle under contfl l,! ization. These schools include Ph. WO 4-9854, WO,i-2545
Adarin, Mich. Is visiting her i Little Paul Hutchins celebrated from Denmark Furniture Co. U i I I
$6 ; and the work of puttingthe Daisy Sutton of Atlanta is $27.50. \l radio repair, automotive repair.
daughter-in-law. Mrs. L. J. Richardson his fourth birthday Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish grass pA and pulling the plants Aisiting Mr. and Mrs. Tex Wilson. Willie Armstrong, Jr', runningred .

( and family this week. hood afternoon with a small neighbor- and family will spend the weekend through:-'additional $33 an Mr- and Mrs. Ernest Souther- light in school zone, $12.50.1' "- :_,- ' :-,:. ::--:= :': : -, ::: ,

Mrs. M. W. Lance is visiting party with Mr. and Mrs. W., R. acre." / land,, of Lake Butler, were Satur bond estreated. | .
Mr. and Mrs. R. .N, Carswell in Mrs. Rita Dickens of Mariannahas Royster and Mrs. W. S. Edwardsin But in addition to the expense day overnight guests of Mr. and
Waycross. Ga. this week. been the guest of Mr and Jacksonville.J. saving angle,. there are other plus Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and family. Ernest Smith, public intoxication -

Mrs. J. D. Warren and Mrs. R. Mrs. L. D. Vining the past week. ., F. Speer of pahlonega, Ga. b nefits.{ As all berry growers Mrs. L. H.. Hill and Miss Enza $52.50 or 10 days. i i Florida Theatre 1

B. Cauffman attended the Dis- Mrs. Carl Ryne was visiting the will arrive Friday for several days know every hoeing sets the plants Blanchard were in St. Augustineon Leon Bright reckless driving,

trict Four Florida' Federation of Vinings on Saturday and Sunday.Mr. visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. back and so does the applicationof Sunday for a visit with Mr. $27.50, bond estreated. I '

Woman's Clubs presidents council and Mrs. Mark Herlong Speer.Mr.. wild-hay mulching. Then and Mrs. W. H. Jones and family

luncheon at the home of Mrs. and family of Jacksonville spent and Mrs. Bill Tilley spent there's the time and car expense F. S. Campbell spent Sunday

Hayden Burns in Jacksonville on the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. the weekend at Tampa, St. involved in hauling labor to and with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Williamson !- THVESATORDAYMORNINFree i

Monday. W. FT Herlong. Petersburg and Cypress Gardens. fiom work. All this is eliminated in Gainesville.

Mr and Mrs. Garl ,Mathews Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Judge T. A. Yawn Jr. and J. by the plastic mulching method.. W.-E. Gault and W. E. Jr., hada

visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrews H. Moncrief were visiting Mrs. W. Another attractive feature of visit with the Bill Dixons in Pa- .

in Gainesville Sunday after- in Jacksonville on Sunday. T. Moncrief in the hospital at the plastic mulch is that it might !latka on Sunday.Mrs. .

noon. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones spent Donaldsonville, Ga. from Friday...to make possible the harvesting of Mary Reddish and Mrs. Show
'.' lime Slockup the weekend in Jasper with their Sunday. berries from the same plant for Joyce Futch visited John Brown e.
Extra Bobbins
save son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Miss Ruby Lilley has returnedto several seasons. Heretofore it has iu a Gainesville hospital on Sat-
at Den-
] with Singer Bobbins Mrs. Charles Godfrey. I her home in Mounds, HI. after been necessary to setout new urday. While there, they also I
mark Furniture Co.
3. month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. plants each season, but growers visited Miss Elithe Collins who I 10:30: A.M.
litus Olson. in' the Miami area report that taught here several years ago. x a a

when needRELIABU Mrs. Ed Collun and daughter, some fields there; under plastic Mrs. Willie Padgett and familyof .R*
you mulch, Clay Hill 7 s ,ki The : Free will at 9 A.M.on I
Sue of Bartow were last Saturday are bearing satisfactorilyfor are staying with Mrs. Saturday Morning Show begin

visitors: of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. the second 'or third season."I Lavina Martin's children while Saturday, Dec. 12 because of the Theatre's opera

Paterson. have never seen anything she is attending tosiness in tions.

GAS SERVICETHINK like the interest this new develop- Tampa.J. .
Purchase any model of Sinter.
ment is stirring up among grow- D. Glasmire of California, Ma
Sewing Machine at Denmark
I ers in Bradford County." declares who has been visiting Mr. and
OF Furniture Co. tf ROLL THUNDER
SLADE GAS I County Agent O. T. Huggins. Al- Mrs. H. B. Hague and 'family ROLL.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beavers of though just a few growers are experimenting left Tuesday for Key West where i i
St. Petersburg were overnight he will be stationed with the
TANKS F1141' 5 \GALLONS T01,000 OR UP guests of with plastic this This ,Was Made Possible Through The Following Merchants
Wednesday Mrs. W. N. Navy.
year as soon as the word gets a- hose April showers ,
North. Mrs. Nelle Beavers will return is Friends of Mrs. Lavon Napier : ;
PHONE WO U-3551 round how succcessful it you I May come your way
to St. Petersburg with them can bet that almost every grower will regret to learn that she is a But are hey at

****"M '>Mr.. >M M ***- '>"* .,**'- i .'>- j IJItet a.: week's. ___jyisikwith:, Mrs. will be using{it pext year.". I Your house to stay? MASTERS ELECTRICAL. SERVICE'. ..' '. ,.10.

I I Ur' and Mrs. H. G.'Davis, All signs point to a rebuilding (:EM JEWELRY .
Jr. and family of Gainesville were : "- : I
of the strawberry business in '
\We The Church of God also Wednesday evening supper Bradford County as a result of WHYtrade Before that faucet takes a last)I I CRAWFORD BROTHERS GULF SERVICE STATION

; guests of Mrs. North. the new mulch. If the limiting gasp and stop, functioning comI I '
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Oakleyof a back ache for ;'I rail SIMMONS' KOCH DRUGS \
factor of hand labor can be largely an upset pletely us. Our man will be f

School Staff Columbia, Ala. were Monday eliminated and growers allowedto stomach? When we take drugs! to right there and have it working BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE

, Sunday visitors of Mrs. W. G. Haile. make a reasonable profit, they numb the pain of back ache we again in no time.WCVSfPTC i I

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson will undoubtedly increase their only deceive ourselves because the J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc. :

visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal in plantings to meet the ,requirements drug will not correct the bark i;, .
Invite You To Attend Our Sunday School Green Cove Springs Sunday of buyers who year after ache but will upset your stomach''' i STARKE MOTOR PARTS

afternoon. year: have complained about the Actually we nave only complicated
During This Coming Year. Miss Maude Sewell of Tallapoosa : lack of a sufficient volume of berries matters and made them worse. NORMAN ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Ga. is spending several weeks here. TAtfff 8 FR Y/C F-
,with Mr. and MrS. W. B. Sewell. The, strawberry business which Under (Chiropractic care the I
CHURCH Headquarters Movie Cameras started 'here in. the 1880's, ,may cause of the backache Is located, TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Poloroid Cameras and Tape and easily removed, and a recovery -
now stage a comeback to bolster
Recorders at Bollingion's Studio. the agricultural economy of the quickly accomplished.
/ [tf] county, just when it is most needed. In 1960 see your Chiropractorfirst IL1HL1IIII----- -' = = -:O11EIifLr : : ;-_:/ I
Since flying to Chicago. HI. last and save both time and suf V

::1 month, the Victor Lambs are awaiting fering.
their furniture to be

At vanned from the North. Mr. and Rain RecordsFell CALL THE

Mrs. Lamb and daughters are now
living at 749 N. Lake St. Dr. H. G. Bollinger

Gem Sinter Sewing Machine Needles
Jewelry Phone WO 4.2881 -
at Denmark Furniture Co.. tf
[Continued from Page One 426 N. Walnut St. .

Marshal StarkeSun.Mon.Tue. ,.,
I, with Bradford County's spring .
: 109 E. CALL STARKE FLA. ',-'
vegetable crop, causing almost a 60-
Defends Self total loss of beans ':-' '.'t
pepper, corn

FOR 2 DAYS ONLY I (Continued from Page 1) and Most other spectacular truck. evidence of the D EB.IC. 1e ua.a

JYARKE .J. ,, .ai.'
rainfall FLA.
the fact
I excess was that ." -
FRIDAY, SATURDAY JANUARY 15, 16 while driving. One good one: "
"Love thy neighbor as thyself." :. Brooklyn Lake near Keystone V V ; a
i ii I In ,.will that the Heights rose to its ''normal", level siar
COSTUME SETSAT ( closing. I say I ., Jan. 17,18,19,
i people passing through Lawtey, again after dropping almost 20 BURT LANCASTER

'I i whether tourists, residents, AM feet during a 10 year period of KIRK DOUGLAS A Remington
below normal rainfall that ended kidir" .
cards or not have no worry of LAURENCE OLIVER I

Bogoff m having to pay fines 1 if they will with 1959.A "THE DEVIL'SDISCIPLE"

mmuo abide by the laws that have been measurable amount of rain ; ,

Amco i set: up,by the State, Road Department fell in Starke on 145 days duringthe .1 ,

If they deliberately ignore year.
Espo OFF i these, the press panetfn- right on DIAMOND ELECTRIC 24S -.
Van Dell I criticizing me.. because I'll Mill be W V V T..IT..7.nV.V.1LAYTEY Y ; 1 :

I writing out"traffic.ticke 3.t SAFARI 7 N s ti V
I \ Sincerely % KEVIN MCCARTHY j 1 La t
i iI 4 rF
II-I I S. M. [IMitchelll' Brown, WithANDRE I

= I Lawtey City Marshal dy Mrt. Joyce. T. F trfc MORELL Addiiw.
1 'ELTHUR.' Jan. 20 21 1'V
Pete Burney and
iS daughter TYRONE POWER

I U., S. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS S; MATERIALLE' Mrs.Call of of Georgia Jacksonville New Hampshire Ann Sapp and ,Mrs.-on visited Sun-Mc- SUSAN UNTAMED HAYWARD .- '

day.Mr. CinemaScope
and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of I

Jacksonville were Saturday guests SPACE \
FOR SA ] of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison.. MASTERX7

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnsonand :
family spent the weekend 'V ATAPRICEYOVCANAFFORDTOPAYV

I., with Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Owens in BILL WILLIAMS I

Sheating Framing: (all dimensions), Steel Wind Pipe, Boilers, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brown ands -PLUS CARTOON'FRL Totals 999999.99 '.. 50 'I
Blower Type Radiators with Fans, Two Air Com pressors; with 20 HP ns of Winter Garden. Mrs. Ernest SAT., Jan. 22-23, Direct Subtraction '
Peavy granddaughter 0
:Motors, Electrical Fuse and Switch Boxes, Bolls (ill sizes and lengths Nancy, were Mr. and Mrs. Carl WEBBHoliday Rust Resistant Mechanism

complete), 76 ft. and 40 ft. Clear Span Wood Truss;.es< and other miseel1 Prevatts Sunday guests. For V PLUS

laneous items too numerous to mention. Miss Betty Brannen was the { Full Keyboard i jk
weekend guest of Miss Peggie LOVERSCbnmmScope TAX
Crawford in Lake Butler. V. I,

CUYAHQGA WRECKINGCAMP Og .and Mr.family and Mrs.of Jacksonville Donald Ballentine, spent KING OF THE Come in for a demonstration, today. Terms!

I .:Sunday with the Leon Wilkerson -

Mr. and' Mrs Milo Smith are Bradford

# ,-Salesman on Job 7-.30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., DIo iday Thru Friday the proud parents of a-baby CinemaScope ounty Telegraph :

daughter. Martha Kay Wn January GEORGE MONTGOMERY

7th at Doctors Hospital PLUS COLOR CARTOONS

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson 1 .


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(I Mrs. F. M. StephensIs 'S I Florida BankS Motor Court !Woman Recovers r hour and dinner will be servedon

II I Complimented Reports Year-End ;From InjuriesIn the glounds after the service.
I At Lovely Shower High Marks I Auto AccidentMrs. The new pews cost around $1-

Sold By Daytol1s 700 and were paid for by contributions -

Mrs. F. M. Stephens from members and friendsof
a recent New year-end* highs were reported Marian Campbell, 63, of

bride, was the inspiration for a by S. L. Peek Jr., president I Augusta, Maine was released from the church.
1'I Dr. and Mrs,
lovely bridal shower Thursday of the Florida .Bank at Thomas Cook,
GUdya I Bradford County Hospital -
,i yesterday
'.._-S S .....- I::evening of last week from seven Starke, at the annual"meeting o: i l formerly of Pittsburgh: Pa. arethe after toeing: treated for injuries -
to nine o'clock given by Mrs.: stockholders and the diiectol"Jmeeting new owners of Starke Motor, .

Wesleyan Guild Mrs. Long HostessAt Chester WoooT:: Mrs. William Car- following on 'Tuesday i Court.. having purchased' the.,Ion U. received S. 301 last in an week.auto accident

coba Mrs. Gerald ,Griff. Mrs.: Jan- 12. i property, effective Jan. 7, from!I Florida
Members HonoredAt LuncheonOn Rene Garcia :Mr., and Mrs. H: Mrs. Campbell""as s a passengerin
and Mrs. J. A. Griffin In his anual, report, Mr. Peek Dayton. >
Rambler station
ReceptionWesleyan WednesdayMrs. at the home of,the latter. |I noted that the year-end depositsof Purchase price, as indicated by plowed a into the rear wagon of a dump that I

The Griffin home was lovely for i kW1t the bank loans documentary stamps irf the officeof
$3,783,301.16 ,
truck two miles north of Starke
Rita Dickens of Mariannaand the occasion with arrangements of Jl.554,672.95 clerk of the circuit 'court, was I ,
$ and the
I ; capital accounts -
Service Guild mem- as it started to make a left turn.
Mrs. Reginald Kelly of Melrose seasonal flowers. The refreshmenttable 1 $115,000. i I!
bers were honored at a lovely reception and reserves, 524532.35, The woman's husband, Elmer \V.I TheatreTriple
were honored at Dr. Cook is a dentist and said
a lovely was covered with an imported were all
Tuesday evening in the ;, new year-end highs for
luncheon on Wednesday '... = that he. frist became interested in
Methodist Fellowship Hall given given by linen cutwork cloth and the 23 years that the bank has I
'" "" ''' :; Driver of the truck, C. C. Keeneof
by members of the First Metho- Mrs. T. T.- Long. centered with an arrangement of ,: : t',. i. .l\"t"-, 't 'I.>.,;'''tii. been in operation here. locating in this section while
., .
i Micanopy, was charged with
c'ist: WSCS hi' commemoration of The luncheon table was beautiful pink asters, white baby breath I !Il' ';..'.-..,'., ;': .l"::..i if', :! .. >,--:"} AU directors and officers were visiting his son. Lt. (j.g.) T. L.! failure to have vehicle under
Guild month. : with a pink damask cloth and and four pink candles. Silver and ,-",-
: a Dresden bowl centerpiece filled crystal: trays held dainty sand Cecil Field. At present, the trol and causing an accident, but
Directors: R. F. Bartlett, Dr. P.
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman president the charges dismissed
with a Victorian arrangementof wiches cakes and nuts. Mrs. John Cason-Steyerman Cooks' daughter, Marlene, a grad- were by
A. Brinson, C. E. Hernwall S. L.
cf the WSCS welcomed the mem- T. A. Yawn. -
County The
pink perfection camellias vio- Stephens, mother of the uate nurse, is here with them. Judge
groom Engagement Told ?eek Jr. W.'B. Sewell
bers and guests to the ception Ifts Ernest J. truck is owned /toy S. M. Wall ProgramSAT.
and narcissi. Low
Dresden presided at the silver Mr.
coffee and and
ser Snead, and Harold C. Wall. Mrs. Dayton family
and turned the program over to
I j candle holders held sweet pink vice. The buffet was centered witha Mr. and' have moved into the home Construction Co. of Gainesville.
Mrs. J. A. Andrews, program Tommy Cas n of Officers S. L. Peek Jr., president they JAN. 16
I I tapers, and rose shaped Dresden beautiful arrangement of pink 6t rke recently at 345 St.
chairman. Miss Virginia Sewell announce the engagementof ; Dr. P. A. Brinson, vice pres'- purchased
[ place cards marked the seating gladioli and pink candles in milk Special ServiceAt '
their Clair St.TO
sang several delightful solos accompanied daughter, Judy Sue, to dent; C. E. Hernwall vice presi- 1st Feature

by Mrs. Lloyd Green ;j airangement.Artistic glass holders. Herman Leonard Steyerman Jr., dent and cashier;' Billy G. Epps X New River Church

al the piano and the guests en-'gladioli arrangements of pink Mrs. Jack Siemer greeted guests* son of Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Steyer- assistant cashier; J. E. :Tomlin- : Are
and mellias'graced Held This
c at the door and presented themto .uan: of Jacksonville. SundayThe
Jcyed group singing led by Miss points of interest :son assistant cashier, ; and Ernest
Sewell and Mrs. R. S. Mullins. in the living the bride and Mrs. Griffin, The bride-elEct is a graduate of J, Snead, assistant cashier.
Mrs. Mullins also recited a poem. ,room. who stood in the receiving line. Bradford County High School i for BreakinAt new pews, recently installed -

Mrs. C. D. Williams gave a short Invited to attend this delightful Mrs. Joe Johnson also assisted in end Massey Business Cqlfege at the New River Baptist

affair were Mrs. L. D. Vining, serving. Jacksonville. Mr. Steyerman graduated Farm Forester Church, will be used for the first !
talk on the definition of the'Guildand Kingsley Lake
Mrs. o. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. W. time this Sunday. Rev. Marvin
from Landon High School Gives ReportOf
its connection with the So- Calling between the appointed
Kincaid, Mrs. Edward Burns,Mrs. ai ELedham of Palatka will be the
the hours were the wives of the Post Jacksonville and is a reservistin
ciety and Church.
C. A': Knight, Mrs. Logan Baldwin the Florida Air National ActivitiesA Wheeles Ray Duke, 34-year-old; speaker at the morning worship
Following the program, 'refresh personnel. I
Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. A. Guard 125th Fighter Group. carpenter, is in Clay County jail:
_,ments served from attractively :
an -
Z. Adkms slash pine tree on property I 44c8LAC1 ;
appointed table which Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Ladies Council The marriage will take place at at Green Cove, Springs under I COCK 0' WALK .Th
Mrs. owned by J. M. Edwards
I M. F. Brown Mrs. J. E. Wilson has the
7:30: p. m. on Friday, Feb. 5, in
with bond $
was covered an imported $2,000 charged with breaking EEP
highest point far of
Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. E. L. the First score so any RANCH'S
Baptist Church, Jack-
cutwork cloth and centered witha Matthews, Mrs. T. H. Slade Mrs. Installs OfficersNew sonville. All friends and relativesare tree in Florida, according to Brad- into a store room at New I

silver soup tureen filled with a R. F. Demorest, and Mrs. Clyde ford Farm Forester Don Champ- Kingsley Be lCh and taking 33 CREAM O'CROP
: invited to attend the weddingand
long arrangement of pink gladioli Sinclair. I officers of the Ladies ion. I
and pink carnations. Flanking the Council of the First Christian the reception which will be The Edwards tree scored 37 out cases of beer.and 19 cases of soft j 2nd Feature

two silver candelabra Church were installed Thursday held in the lower auditorium of drinks. Double Registered -
were i
Privett-Smith cf a possible 45 points, in the rating It's
\ holding burning white night, Jan. 7, at 8 o'clock, with the church after the ceremony. system used for selection of Clay County officers said Duke's Polled HerefordDispersal Coming FOP YOU!

tapers. Mrs. W' B. Sewell presided -I Mr. and Mrs. Melson Privett of the president. Mrs. Bessie Colson, superior trees to be used in the I partner in, the theft was a 16- S KOTHINfi CAt

I at the. silver coffee service. I Lawtey announce the engagementof serving as installing officer.' Little WomenSee nursery to be set up by the Florida year-old boy I whose name was not Sale DESTROY m f

Silver and crystal trays held their daughter, Helen Bernice Those installed at this time Flower Forest Service in Olustee. t tI eleased. The boy was scheduledto YOU CANT
I :
open-faced sandwiches. cake were: Mrs. Eloise Cowen, president ,
before the
to, Walter Edward Smith. of Twigs from superior trees will appear Juvenile
squares and nuts. Circles three Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of son Bur- ; Mrs. Margaret Prevatt, vice Demonstration: I be grafted to root stock at the Court Judge in Green 'Cove Thurs- 220 Head

and four were to charge of the re- bank. Ohio. president: Mrs- Jean Prevatt, sec- lLrserv.... ... ,, And this. stnnfe mill_ braIsed day afternoon !
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freshments. letary;, and Mrs. Lavesta Macy, Mrs. Luther Powell gave an interesting -c-- selling at ,
under conditionsto
Miss Privett is a graduate of Duke and the boy are said to
treasurer.The talk and. demonstrationon
BHS, class of 1959, and is now "dried produce superior strain seed have taken the 'beer and soft GAINESVILLELivestock
Brownie Scouts meeting was turned over to arrangements" at the
employed with Big Dad Manu- fo: future plantings. drinks from Beach
V Little Women's Club
the new president, Mrs. Cowen, meeting, that
facturing Co. Champion reported duringthe Jan. 4 between 1 and 3 a.m. Duke Market
who appointed Mrs; Maude Andrews Monday evening in the club house.
The Brownie Scouts will have a Mr. Smith last year he worked with 116
attended high.school had been a former employe of the
I weiner roast Mrs. Margaret Blanken- Miss Kathleen Conway, pr.esi-;
Saturday at Gold land owners covering 8,000 acres,
Head Branch. They will meet at in Burbank Big Dad.and. is also employedwith fhip, and Mrs. Cleo Harley as circle dent, presided over the business that he aided in the cutting of one- place and both he and the boy 10:30 A.M.. SATURDAY

chairmen, with, Miss Elaine meeting and was presented witha live in the nearby Kingsley Lake
the home of Mrs. J. D. Warren, half million board feet of lumber
The date 'and place of the wedding JANUARY 16 1960
settlement. After circumstances ,
: chairman.The corsage from Mrs. Powell.
leader at 1 o'clock. Colson as'program
a ,
will announced later. 1,500 cords of pulpwood, helped
indicated their involvement in the
Refreshments served 25 Bulls
next meeting will be held were by sell 300,000 bd. ft. of lumber ,and
Feb. 4 at 8 the hostess committee during the theft, the boy was apprehendedend
at the church on p.m. 90 Young Brood Cows
6CO cords of and persuaded
'it That's Our Business socirl hour.Silver pulP. is said to have told the complete -
I &
landowners against premature
story, including the location 50 Bred & Open Heifers

T1I ,U It's Glass We Have It! UDC MembersAre Tea PlannedBy harvest of 430 acres of timber. where} the' stolen! goo s' was disposed 55 Calves
He said that he also had assisted -
.ic 11w or cf to an establishment near
\ EntertainedIn UDC Chapfer In'the planting of- 1,801 acres for information contact

Joe Peters Glass Co. Lake ButlerThe I of pine seedlings, and took partin Starke.Sheriff: John Hall of Clay Coun-' F. A. COCKRILL
I' ,
A Silver: Tea, sponsored the various field trips and other 'I tokened hv UNITED ARTISTS
ty said that Duke later confessed,
W. T. Weeks chapter U. D. C. activities.
I.aJJ FOR ANY GLASS NEED W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. also, and that his case would be 3rd Feature
will be held Thursday afternoon,.
C. met at the home of Mrs. Joe certified to circuit court.
We Design Modern Store Fronts I
Jan. 21, from 3:30: to 5:30: o'clock Basketball McIntosh, Fla. r/pfl T/nr
; Hill Williams in Lake Butler Wed- I Church Value of the beer and .
Just soft
Mall Us A Pattern for 'at St. Mark's Parish House., The I Phones LY 1-3281 & 1-2281
Table Tops nesday afternoon of last week public is cordially invited to at- League Gets Off I drinks was estimated at over $150.J&LAPPLIAN ,:
with 21 members and one visitor I I :- -S.
1313,N.W. '4th PL Gainesville FIa. Phone FR. 2-4353 present. tend. S _S i To Good Start 'y ,". : S
I I I ; ,0

.-- plans During were the made business for the meeting annual Girl Scouts Plan First Methodist beat First (:ES &, rPLUMBING

Confederate tea to be held Thursday Bicycle HikeThe Christian 53-16 in the''first game I

;! afternoon. Jan. 21, in commemoration pf the season in the 'Church Bas-
LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS of the birthdays of Girl Scouts will go on a ketball League last Saturday HEA TING-AIR CONDITIONINGuring

!Lee, Jackson and Maurey. whose bike hike ,to the Champion homeon rught. Hugh Ingram, with 16

,birthdays fall in January. Plans. Peyton road this Saturday. points, and Ed Bennett with 10, Feat

NOW SERVING STARKE xvtre also discussed for the District -i I They will] meet at tee home of led the winners. Franklin Tom- McMILLANLocated :HEAT PUMP

2 meeting to be held in the leader, Mrs. R. B. Cauffman, !'uison and Jim Hobbs led the

starke on March 2. at 12 o'clock with a lunch. Those losers with 6 points each Next to Barber Shop-Keystone Heights : .

Mrs. William's home was decorated without bicycles will go by car. In the second game, Madison Phone Key'stone 4126

Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank: for the meeting with St., Baptist deteated First Presby- .: '. ;

numerous varieties of camelias DuPont Employees terian 44-21. Edgar Akridge led : P:

,Cooking Only -, 8.00 per Tank placed at vantage points throughout. Credit Union the scorers with 21. and 17 points 10-yr. Gas Hot Water 3-oiece Grade A

During the social hour the respectively. Tom Hardin with 11 Bathroom Set

hostess served a dessert course. To Meet 'Jan. 16 points and George Roberts with
PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6.4351 Heater, 30 gal. Complete With All
3, led the Presbyterians.The .
S First Baptist WMU The 8th annual meeting of the schedule for Thursday Valves, etc. J .;t.

Joe Shaw I DuPont Mining Employees' ,Credit right, Jan. 14, is as follows: Mad- $65.00i .

I Circles Meet Union will be held. in the Starke I ison St. Baptist. vs. First Methodistat i $1115.00.Pipe

5- Elementary School cafetorium on| 7 p. m., and First Christian vs.
Circle of the
I Epperson Saturday, Jan. 16, starting at 6 ;First Presbyterian at 8:30: p. m.I
Church met at 7:30:
First Baptist On Thursday, Jan. 21, MadisonSt. Galv12in. 13c ft.
.. Tuesday in the church. The p.m.The 1.2 in. Grade A f. -
p.m. Credit Union was organized Baptist vs. First Christian at

.r- t.!-, \' '\t--" '!--_ III. ;;"'S;10........ devotional was given by Mrs. Paul under a State charter in 1952 by 7 p.m., and First Presbyterian vs. Galvanized E Ills 15c ea.

Raymond, who also presented the the Humphreys Gold employees of First Methodist at 8:30: p. m. All 3-4in. Grade A Gab Pipe 17c ft.
'. -
\ 401*.novosv&tcad It: so program, "What Hast Thou the Trail Ridge Plant. In 1955, games are played in the high I
Given?"Refreshments served Lead .. 22c lb.
employees of the Highland Plant school gym. &*

c by Mrs. Charles Hardy and Mrs. were also included. The Credit Teams interested in joining the
ft-owerfal J H. Dennis. j 4 in. Cast Iron Doubl!e Hub Pipe 90e ft.
Union is \ now operated by the league are requested to contactthe
Lottie Moon Circle'met at 7:30: I Cartoon: "Spellbound Hound"SUN.
{ DuPont employees at these two Recreation Department.

-. in the church with 13 members locations and presently has more ., MON. & TUBS.

4S present.Mrs.. H. L. Speer was in than 300 members. Jan. 17, 18 & 19jmho

charge of the program, "Render During its eight years of operation ,
Unto Caesar," assisted by Mrs. L. --S f* aHf& >*1
the organization has loaned
: H. Jennings. "Filth in The. Mail employees more than $400000; inj i I J&cf ; is

box" was discussed by Dr. Sara funds that have been deposited without sin cast-

Wells. Hostesses for the eveningwere with the Credit Union in the form '. the first stone.. *'
Denton and *
Mrs.Vila] Mae of shares. Small loans are madeto '.:'
1/JeBig3a Mre. Ernest Phillips. members at a nominal rate of I -, The mightiest sttry C flT

/ AnnieArmstrong Circle met interest an dthe income. is divided : ; .: iffateaadtheflesb
at the homecf knows to our time!
at 7:30
: Tuesday pjn. annually among the shareholders ;S 4

Mrs. Tyler Jones on LafayetteSt. within certain State restrictions.The .
S I: After the program and closing 'a
i Mining Employees' : :
served. :1 :
prayer, refreshments were Credit Union is a member of the -
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Florida Credit Union League, Inc. _
WSC Study Course end the Credit Union National S A lull BkO$. PlCTUR

Association. All savings are insured ',....TECHNIR.u.ll'r.1r TECH N ICOldr5TAII'ottG
I The First Methodist W. S. C. S. '
,as well as all money loaned. ,
will have a study course on AfricaI -
All members are urged to at- S
starting at 10 o'clock. )
I I Tuesday tend the annual meeting in order '- .
A covered dish luncheon will, beheld >.. ..SMWHENRYB1ANKEIIWI
to help elect members to commit- ;
at A short business : -i--n Ir .**- m
noon. .
tees and the board of directors, "
Choose the best gasolene
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very session will follow the study : FW" ; lRvlNP.PPtR ,
and to determine the amount of .
in the afternoon. .
Jar your can course dividend to be paid on shares. A Cartoon: ,"Baby Butch

V ham dinner. will !foe served, door : .
S Circle 3 WSCS Yies '
prizes awarded and there will be .
100 PLUS for the ultimate to luxury performance. an interesting speaker. ;* WED., THURS. & FRI.
A program on the people of ,
Jan. 20 21 & 22
-Ov*f lOO.odOM plus! ,very worthwilt protective Africa was presented when members t .'...' ,

feature. -t: ;- S of Circle'3 of the First Methodist Marriage LicensesThe ,: t ; S S. -S- S -- -

WSCS met Wednesday, '
,SUPER 3-D a super premium at ordinary premium'" Jan. 6, at the home of Mrs. G. 8. following marriage licenses .5 : .. Systematic saving has power to -I' S = STEVEREEVESIDL1ATII'

price. Perfect for today's high compression automobit.s. Brown. The devotional was given were issued in the ,County Judge's S ,

Ly Mrs. H. O. Boyette. office since the first of the year. : push,plans ahead. Try It at our : .

Vernon Claude Lewis. 36 of
At the close of the business session -
'MiI.u ASTr.-premium performance,regular price refreshments were served by Ocala and Blair Ann Dixon, 27, bank starting next payday! AND THE BARBARIANS.
t Stepped up octane power, and mileage! the hostess. of Ocala. ...
Rex Shelby Boles, 22 of Orlando I 5. -

Pnd Jacqulyn Amanda Vereen 17,: eClUTH! AND THE: BARBADIANS sdrttdtSTEVi
Nurses ;
MeetingA of FLORIDA ': J RUm.ce-rfameg CHEIO AlOSSOHi
Lloyd Cauthom Padgett. 20 of
special nurses meeting will IHT: .'JtiIfMAL PICTURE HI COCSSCWS
be held evening Jan. Starke and Ola. Elizabeth Hathaway E' : III,
Thursday : q"b" )fM _.._AIt st tk .. .
16 of Starke. -
"Mike The
CITIES S RVICE 21, at 8 o'clock in the Bradford i Masquerador"

County Hospital staff dining Clifton Aiforey Polk 43.. ''ofl : CMC OF U IAWU OF THE FLORIDA NATiONAL GROUP.IIIMIU FEOMAL DEPOSIT MIVIRAMI COW. Cartoon

room. All registered' nurses are Starke. and Annie Mae McRae l'l
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-editorial. ; that woodland conservation is becoming At The Tabernacle CARD OF THANKSWe Recent Birth
said he lived around Stark during ,more and more importantas \ .
i the early part of this century the cost of land continues. to Dr. John McNeill was called desire to express to our Ensign and Mrs. B. G. McIn-

:AI when it was wilder than the foid Soil Conservation District for back to Washington D. C. and kind neighbors and thoughtful tyre of Kodiak, Alaska announcethe
'!,t wild placing second in the State' Con- was unable! to fill his appoinmentat friends our heartfelt thanks ,for birth of a son;Eric Richard,
Looks Pretty GoodV west. Said one time he was shot their
cst expressions of
the Gospel Tabernacle last sym- on Jan. 8. Mrs. McIntyre is the
at and escaped by running Foster Shi Smith made a reporton week. The pulpit was ably sup- pathy. The beautiful floral off rings former Nancy DuPre, daughter of

From Where We Stand through Alvarez .livery stable, on a joint Program of Action for plied, however, by Dr. Harry P. were especially appreciated. Mr. :and Mrs. J. H. Dupre of

I Call street. Maintaining and Improving Working McGee of Alabama. Besides being J. L. Wynn. Starke.

Now that we are well enough into the new \ Relations! between The Soil u former Army chaplain, Dr. Mc- "
Alice is Mill: recuperating from Conservation Districts and The Gee is one of the foremost prophetic -
year of 1960 to look around and gain a fair per- asthma and taking the time to Soil Conservation Service.A Bible teachers of the day. I. LEARN A WELL-PAYING PROFESSION

spective of what is in store, it seems that our tidy the birds that frequent the Soil Conservation District is The regular services are being

own particular crystal ball has taken on a dis- woods around our home. She reports the local unit f State government conducted by Dr. McGee, and the '
i a lot of myrtle warblers created for conservation action HAIR STYLING ANDBEAUTY
tinctly hue. The factors public is invited to hear his mes-
rosy tending to generate
i bright patches of yellow at the has the job of pulling these groups ages.
optimism for Starke and Bradford County far Farmer's DiaryBy baSe of their tails). a pair of and programs: together into a -

outnumber those that are a bit discouraging and spectacular "red" birds and a pairo yiogram that effectively attacks; Recent Births CULTURE

somewhat troublesome at times. Sam McGarvej tufted titmouses that are mak- local soil and water problems. \
ing home in
a a fence post. N
The success of the entire program Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Hammon Accredited State *
Had the thrill .. Fast ModernTeaching
of a lifetime this S.
To begin with-it will be an Uinteresti g" and the effectiveness of individual -
year, week when Fr. rnnounce the birth of a son, Board School. Methods.
if nothing, else; for it is the "big" political year Morgan's plastic looking at Leaton 'Our kitten -'Tom Thumb" i is ( District operation are Guy,Thomas. on Dec. 22 In the ..
when almost mulched berries growing up. The other day he largely determined by the kind of Free GraduatePlacement *Payas -
everyone runs for public office, from We were there about three Navy Hospital at Charleston, S. C. -you-learn
months !brought in a field rat for the old
working relations that exist between -
constable right on up to president. There will be ago \,hen he set them out. and cat. He's no fcin the" old cat, Service. Weekly1 Tuition.
the District
plenty of excitement, plenty to read about, and now the plants look WONDER- Governing Lt. and Mrs Kirby Crews of. '
and we can't figure out how come Body and the many groups and Bedford, England announce the You Must Enroll Now For Jan. 4th ,Class!
listen to:-and. plenty of disappointment, too, for 1 UL And during all that time, he's bringing home food for the agencies concerned with conser- birth of a daughter, 'Zella Diane,
some-after the votes are'counted.. But it's all a not one sorry weed has.popped UP old raScaL. vation. Jan. PHONE FR 6-.1105
part of the game--a game'that's! lots of fun while to be heed, and there will be none S., en 6. Before her marriage
: The Board voted to contribute Mrs. Crews was Miss Jackie CENTRAL
it is being played: rom now on! *. f Hear 'that efforts are being made $25:: to defray part of the cost of Rouse. The baby's paternal grandmother HAIR STYLING COLLEGE

As for other developments to watch formostof And at the.same time we Jooked a tc parasitic exterminate plant"witch"_ with a single weed Miami.the strawberry' growers'"trip to Starke. is Mrs. Kirby Crews of 218 S. E. 1st Street Gainesville, Fla.

them cause for decided optimism-we observe: at a regular planting of berries stem lavender-colored flowers,
Leaton had hoed back when the Sonny Tenly and J. W. Gaskins
A new enthusiasm oh .the part of our strawberry others were set out. On that day and nArrow leaves, which attacks used the District roto-cycle mow- --
the roots of
corn plants. eaves -
for this when: Leaton was showing us the tf. Sonny mowed down the heavy
growers over prospects 75yearold of this pest have a velvet fee! '
plastic mulched beds, he and Mane Towth in his pasture while'Wadeused
industry. Experiment with plastic mulching, 10 them.,
and his son were busy hoeing the mower to cut down indi- Q
good results from Soil fumigating, and favor- .
before he turned the land.
other beds. When we visited last go > BUY THAT
able weather conditions (thus far) have given week these beds needed hoeing How about that 160-acre plant- Lee Green and J. S. Eunice used

Bradford growers more cause for optimism! than again and the plants were not as ing of berries between Homesteadand the District fertilizer spreader to S

in. any season in many years. The fact that vigorous as the ones"in the experimental Goulds? They have a lot of fertilize their winter pastures of t
several leading growers are going to South beds. berries down that way now, including lye and oats. RCAwTV tI I %
a large planting by Leon rV
Florida this week .to .look over new methods of *
Norman near Hialeah. l %
berry production in that area is cause for Some of our berry growers are .t

,optimism in itself, for 'it means that they will going down to Miami area to inspect NOW and
But speaking of that 160-acre IV IV'r'jj
the plastic-mulched plantings ; V
bring home new ideas that might be put into and to talk to growers there planting we figure that it must
practice here with beneficial results.: have nearly 2 \2 million plants.
particularly about the "loose fromtre
Several new projects on the construction front pack." If this comes into practice Great Day in the Morning but I
that's a lot of plants-and a lot HoisefcMouth
indicate that there will be plenty of that kind of 12 pints of carefully-picked beflies of picking! The way Sam picked, .

employment in this area for some time to come. board will carton be packaged and shipped in a in paper-that on his hands and knees it would ? RCA VICTOR

take him the rest of his life to
(Chief among these, of course, is the new State way. 'No longer will berries be
Prison at Raiford, now well under way, and which neatly packed but simpley placedin set over that field! i "BRENT"
the cup as they come from the a
will continue for several years at a total expenditure
field. ;
of around 20 million dollars. Other import-
ant items include the new warehouse for the
One berry grower we talked to
Surplus Property Department of the Florida Development about it said: "At least this is one 189.95 I
Commission to be under Reg. .- -
soon way; thing that will save the grower .r
the Florida Patrol Station ,
new Highway being money. For .
built here; and others expected to materialize :: o. SOiL QU3 sib )jI ::) TRADE

during the year, include a new bank building, a County Agent George Huggins Soil Conservation AutomaticDelivery 111$ MtStEI t vpt UP TO 30.00
new addition to the Bradford County Hospital, said this week there will be a big Fully a ,

and a start on the development of an extensive meeting at the courthouse Friday NEWSBy 1
Jan. 22, at which time the topics of the
youth camp .on the southwest side of Kingsley 1
evil include plastic mulching and
Bill Haas
]loose pack. The
meeting prom-
Although. work bn the four-lanine of U. S. 301 ises to be one of the most important Soil Conservation Service FINEST FUEL OIL : 15995

1959 due in to get-togethers ever. held in the
was disappointing* loin part The Board cf Supervisors for RCA VICTOR .
abnormal rainfall uring the year, it ia expecte 58 ".lie Bradford Soil Conservation Money Can Buy priced table W BRENT.with RCA Economy .. ... ,. .
that construction fvill be speeded up if weather District held their regular monthly f Yktor'snew .. >J.. \ i
See where greens are briniginga "Veri-thin".styling. Front
conditions return'to normal in the lew year. An- \ J meeting in the Bradford County and toning t
good price [1.75)) and thus some hone your friendly sound Fashion ,Finished Back :1.
other important road project to look forward to of the growers are getting off to Agricultural Building. Those i p. Tube Guard, Automatic Channel l, y .Take advantage rot -thte Bonder..
in 1960 is the straightening of 301 through a good start for '60.'S. attending were: Sam McGarvey, GULF .L44.aJ Equalizer, Transformer Powered -' i "-
chairman; Leaton Morgan Jr., ful offer NOW and SAVE!
and the extension of the four-laning Chassis.t Gray finish. .
Starke 156
nee-chairman; Foster Shi Smith sq. in. pic- ..
project south to the county line. Talked to N. C. [Neal] McConnell member; G. Huggins, secretary; SOLAR EAT Ii) ture. Model 170-T-05 iSHEPHERD'S ,.
of Rayonier who said that \
Another cause for optimism in,the new yearis duiing '59 his has set out Don Champion, Farm Forester; l i f
company Seebcr Goodman, L. M. Hollyings- t supplier .. .".. ...
the fact that interest in the formation of a 1 3-4 million pine seedlings in this
".orth. secretary to the State Soil V .
county development corporation is being revived, area. Conservation Board: Mr, nglo.Ire.m .
and there is every reason to believe that such an' 85 the Phillipme islands; Bill REGISTEROIL RADIO & TV

organization will become a reality belore 1960 is By the way. Neal said an insectis Haas and Leon Carter, Soil Conservation

much older. 'The main objective of this attacking pine seedlings' that Service.
corporation would be to finance the construction have just been set out and that; Don Champion Farm Foresterfor COMPANYPhone Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Florida
the pulpwood producers are con- Braflford and Clay County,
that seek
of buildings for new industries might
cerned about it. WO 4-4641
his annual He stated "
that the gave
There is indication also -*
a location here. 88 -. _L __ ___ -_ _." T __ __ ___
industrial -- --
City will attempt to improve its park Enjoyed talking to an old timer ,

site during the early months of 1960, so that this ty the name of M. D. Finch, who

area will be ready for use when the need arises. -" -. '\ .
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New home construction, always 11 fair indica- .. t-
Satisfy your ; ..
and of a com-
tion of the growth prosperity .
munity, is continuing at a satisfactory rate, and WHEN ..-:....-''
considerable stimulus from the Key- of value I '
is receiving 4 sense eo ; ;,:
stone Club Estates development, an, attractivenew .
that is being ..,. '
home area in Bradford County VV

widely promoted in the north to bring new resi- YOU :i '.. V : V : '....: !,:.,. v.

dents to this area. '.- ___________________ .- ... Va
On the recreation front, also: headlines will be -

made in 1960, with the new Starke Golf and NEED

Country Club well under way, and the course V

expected to be ready for play this spring. A golf .

course is one of the attractions our communityhas "

lacked upr to now, and the addition of this MONEY .

1 important recreation facility should make Starke
tour- I iV ::
much more appealing to recreation-minded -i

ists and visitors, as, well as satisfying a genuine '" ;

need among our own citizens. SEEUS. .- '. y ;per .

Another boost on the recreation front will be -

the addition of boatlaunchinj ramps, which are t f t.'.' .

jn prospect on several lakesxin the county, with *

cooperation forthcoming from the State Road ." .

Department. ) :
AR is usually the case of course, there are V

factors that cause worry in some parts as the ..., N v l

new year begins-:but nothing so serious that it .

cannot be resolved, we believe. The City Council is UPTO ,' ,

pondering ways and means to meet the crying .,iTc .''';' F r' -"..' rte f1E?' w .

need for sewer and water line extensions to net Iy .. "; .... ,
but Councilman t ':0--: ". .. DYNAMIC H country IEOAN
developed areas we predict oar .' :! .. "
will lick this problem just as they have none such $600Folks ; ... .

weighty matters in the past. :" ; '
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Lawtey at present is troubled by "traffic-trap" ., .Vwith Oldsmpbile's I i l More mH.i-ptr-dolIar! Th..:.what you get with the Regular 7i

accusations and the fact that is has been "red- "' .. I '1 Rocket Engine-sionJard equipment on every Dynamic 88 G O. eo f .
lined" by the American Automobile Association. : '. '.._-. '. -.. Oldsmabile for I960! Yes, this Old thrives on the thrift r' / M"t_ F

Brut {his problem, too WES f} predict will be resolved UsFriendly" f t .dollarsavingDynamic. I I lower-cost, regular gasoline-j&u tare about dollar bill on OL.DI '
Find ._ every tankful over premium-caet fuels! And because of itt .
,. flf the n 'Op r' amount of Cooperation is shown by < i SSI unique; characteristics, the Regular Rocket Engine gives you /'
It.. all parties concerned In the controversial matter.So V V traditional Rocket et-u *hUe reducing operating and v" I O' .
upkeep costs. Your local Old dealer has the moneysaving
here we go into 1960! Looks'. pretty good fact on this ear that make it mighty easy and satisfying to '

I. from where we stand. LOCAL FINANCE ( Rocket out of the ordinary .

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g Sunday School Iii .. m. ..Morn -. 1\:1\!III:
byDOROTHY ing Worship, .II a, m. Evangeliatic ::1

;. 4 ROSS Service, 7:45p.: .. m. Thursdaj ..
,, =' Home Demonstration AgentOak I weekly extended prayer to K&rvice.everyone.4V80REEN Invitation R UCOff'C NEWEST. '

Leaves finish or wash and wear cottons.

Instead of burning the bounti- I These easy-care fabrics, which "AS TEST V
ful oak leaves,'why not use them !!have wrinkle and crease resistant BAPTIST.CHURCH t, iil

for mulch as we have done at the I Dualities require different handling !-I rn'td i :!I

court house? Last week the city than ordinary cottons. Sunday School 10 a: m. Preach PORTABLE 11

was so kind as to unload some for These tips will make sewing on! tog 11 a. m. Training Union 6SO: 1'GU' ; ,,

Ub to spread around the day lil- them easier. and prevent pucker- p. m. Preaching 1'J39 p. m. Ptayei f II ,

iies which, we planted last springon lmg.I Meeting We readu. 7:30 p m TYPEWRITER !
the north side of the Extension I 1. Have tension on machine Wednesday Bible study 7'SO i
and ACP offices. Graduallythe !i loose p. m.

leaves will decay and form 1! 2. Adjust length of stitches. Use I IN THE

humus which is needed in this to 12 stitches' per inch. 4

sandy soil If a few pine needles,110 3. Use a small needle. This I REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE ,.,

were mixed in with the oak leaves.I would be a number 11 on one CO*Ml:'MTV STATE BANK OF V V 'WORLD !
it :would help to keep them from popularmake of machine. FLORID% AT THE CLOSE OF -. Spring tension tk e .. : ..,
being blown about by the wind. | 4. Use mercerized thread. If the BISIM>!, OS DEC. 31, 18 9. back .
AMU "' -
Make A Compost Pile 4 i material is nylon or dacron useI Cash, balances with other \ +
Another use for oak leaves is in i I that kind of thread as it dries at banks including reserve '. All nylon
balances,and cash Itemsin
making a compost pile. A compostpile I the same speed as the material Process or collection 351,109.05 bearings
will give you a good supply I when washed. United States Government _
I obligations direct and U Sack tiltsindependently t I
of humus! or organic matter which 5. Check the pressure on the guaranteed 801348.13 '

will help produce good quality and piesser foot by stitching on the Loans and dis'ountlln of seat .
cluding no overdrafts
high yield of flowers, fruit or vegetables lengthwise grain with two piecesof bank furniture and 49,825.53 '4 y.
in the home garden. If fabric ten inches long. If the fixtures J1S.087.04 19,0S1.04 : M ....

you want to improve the qualityof fabric does not stitch together Other assets 272.0S "h V EASY I

the compost and speed up decay .and come out even at the end, the TOTAL ASSETS 1821641.84 .K
No. 2810 ;
after each layer of leaves pressure is too heavy. Loosen it. liabilities' L

I about one foot thick] sprinkle a This is very important in wash Demand .deposits of individuals $3995 TERMSYEARS

complete fertilizer as 4-8-8 or 6-8- and wear sewing as the fabric and corporation partnetshlps, V 504,121.05

6, For example, if your compost surface tends to be more slippery. Time deposits of indivi s HEAD FROM '

pile is about 10x10 feet, use about 6. Use sharp scissors, needles corporations duals partnerships and 1
80.933.99 ANY ANGLE
5 pounds of ,fertilizer on and pins. Deposits of United States r N ELV
Government (including I Increases efficiency by eliminating You V
each layer'of leaves. You may also 7. peed of sewing makes a dif postal savings 4.35483

add any kitchen\ wastes provided ference. Sew at an even speed Deposits litical subdivision of States and DO-. I adjust 4ways. to fit your body. Molded foam 4 IN STYLE'.SPEED..SPIRIT..
1 it does:>> not contain materials that and not too fast. Other deposits (certified 306.211.iO rubber
seat covered with latest Fabri-coated
have spoiled or decayed. This Sewing On LeatherIt and officers' checks; mate

might leave & fungus type disease I is possible to sew on leather, TOTAL etc< ,) DEPOSITS 1,620,663.97 2,539.70 I rial. Will not stain, crack or peel. Brushed aluminum r Here's a portable that's ALL NEW inside

and carry over'to the flower' or Leather coats and jackets are very. Other Liabilities 40,458.51 frame. Solid base equipped with Rick plates and and out! Galaxie gives better typing with less

vegetable garden. Spray with water popular now. TOTAL LIABILITIES than before. tits modem lines.
1661122.48 effort Trace
until thoroughly moistened.The Mrs. T. B. Harding of Starke top bearing casters. Seat size 16%" x 14%" x 2%". ever

pile will decompose into,arti- 'I made a smart looking jacket and Capital AeeuuCapital 100,000.00divla Try its responsive touch. You'll see why the

ficitl' manure .in several 'months. hood for her granddaughter. The L : 25;.000.00 I I Smith-Corona Galaxie is ever)thing you ever

Tips On How To Sew ;cather is white and soft and pli- : ed profits 35519.36:: i -"EXECUTIVE" Arm Chair wanted in a portable.

Wash And Wear Fabrics able, and both pieces are lined. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I

Bradford County ladies planning She used a small needle especi- 160,519.36 I Colorful, impressive, the last word in

,to sew for spring and 'sum a'ly' made for sewing on leather TOTAL, LIABILITIESAND 1 beauty. Brushed aluminum, satin f I

mer1 will buy some stylish.. resinQprices and lengthened the machine stit- CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1821641.84 smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with FREE: from Smith-Corona .
ches. All the tips for sewing on +This bank's capital eon 'adjustable tension and, adjystable '
I sl'with Smith-Corona A
lilts of: every portable. .
should be
wash and wear fabrics Common stock with total height. Swivel ball-bearing casters.
folowed for' leather. par value of 100000.00 Seat size, 191/'. x 1714"x 2%".: complete touch typing course .,. on
Record 'Books For ExpensesWe Hemormida .;: records!

I still have record books on Assets pledged or assign .. I $2395 VALUE
ed to secure liabilities .
I hand. For your copy call W04- and for other purposes 661,34813 urru
2865 or drop a card to box 267 Leans as shown aboveare I @ 0 0 ;'
Starke and we'll be glad to sendit after deductionsof > '
to reserve of 1945.61 Granite Gray Oak Leaf Green Brown

This you.is an excellent systematic I. Xorman H. Willis Cashier 'of No 2550 .. Saddle Tan Terra Cotta .. .Wins .
the above-named bank do solemnly Sapphire Blue end soft pastel I shades of
method of finding .how 'you'respending affirm' that the above statement is $7950 e Coral..Apple Green..Rutiel.REMINGTON .
I I your money. Place your true, and that It fully and correctly
represents the true state of the .
book where you'll see it as a reminder several matters herein containedand

t x. to record money spent set forth, to the best of my C
a knowledge and belief.. I
each day
Norman H. Willis -- ,--- ". --'

WOODS FIRESThree S.. E.V. SimmonsH. Knight ---r: _. ,, .......,.., __ ,, ... .
Leila S. Mundy III fig"lfjQ i \ r """IIII""J 'CI '" I "' .Jm "PO-- .,.
Directors. t r >> ,..
fires with 38 acres burned State of Florida, ..., J I '!,0H' .... ,." .. \
were reported by the Florida County,of Bradford. ss: !! ..,.. !I r

TIREt Forest Service in Bradford Coun- me Sworn this 8th to and day subscribed of January,befor 1960. i I jf1 : 1: ; ::; : ; : ;ir t r :: NOW AT HALF THE COSTHALF I ,

ty last week. This is an increase and .I hereby certify that I am not I .., : :: ,:: : ; :.. .,
v FATBUY : : ; :; :;
-, over the same period last year, an SEAL officer) :Margaret or director L, Miller of this, bank '

when only one fire,with two acres Notary Public. State of Florida at : ; ) B THE SPACE OF ANY 1:
.w, I burned had been reported. Only large. : '

.' .18 inch of rainfall was recorded 1961.My commission. expires April 13 A.....NEW. ..::...... :.v.::.".. .,.;,<>.". <.. ..:>:,..:.1. ,.<.>..xO.. .>.. .,..... ,..',.. .>,.
n. .,0... ,: .::,:.:>:.: <:,<>! .: >:: :<.It.: -..' 2: ': .. "'-::::.' .....
< "" ' -
\ never lower! l during the past week. ".' ::*d' 'Io ;; :;! c &}wRAND' i%< ; OTHER OFFICE ELECTRIC s.yt

Plfiahb. : .
Services each Sunday In old FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF ;

never wetter! Masonic Hall on 11:. Call St. Sun 19311 HlMVEsS: ON DECEMBER, 31, 1

I lay School 1* a. m. Sacrament .\..*!. ; ::; BENEFITS OF POWER
balances with other ADDING
I Service 6:30: p. m Everyone banks Including reserve MACHINE

<3'A! EARN EB t come. balances, and cash itemsin r
I process of collection. 191.545.21:! f, i'
United! States Government -, *$ ": TYPING ON THE NIelll
obligations! direct and tt/wij
value priced at school 9:45: : un., Morn- guaranteed,048,878.26 1 r .. .. I
rtt vl7K/ .
Obligations of
States and /
Vcrshlp 11 sum. Evening )
ng .J
I political subdivisions 514,968.84 + *1
I Service,7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetlttf. Loans and diwounts (intruding ,,. -- a\ ; &J SMITHCORONAEIecfra I
$ 95 ,each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone ; $533.97 over .1/'' / ,
drafts) 1,554,672.95
pastor.welcome-Kev. H. H. YoU .Bank 524.12 premises furniture owned and$3-' I 12 ;1 1v t

fixtures, $8,407.37 13,931.49. EASY ..._. i
size Real Estate owned other ''J'.:" I .
6JOX15 NEW RIVERBAPTIST than bank premises 36.660.00 :

! Sunday School.CIIUPCH 10 a. m. Wor- TOTAL Other assets ASSETS 4387.13908 6,54.31 ;: .i\ cA 'I. '

Trade today fcr tM skip Hour 11 L m. Evening Servo Liabilities, RRII\Q

Ale, 1 p. m. Prayer Meetmg eao Demand deposits of Individuals a ''S .
J most buuget-pliasing partnerships, z rI E'w '
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. \ )4
tires on the market- and corporations '1,475,165.71Time 1 II I ate,: V' .

: 3-T All- I'eathers by TRINITY EPISCOPAL deposits, partnerships of individuals aDd.1,346,217.56. _
corporations ,
Goodyear. All siw low CHURCH MELROSE Deposits of United States I
Rev, M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar Government (including
priced! Sunday-10.a.. PI.. Sunday postal savings) 119,472.16 I 1 'ie
Deposits of Statesand
School; 11:15: a. m. Morning political
Prayer and Sermon [Holy Communion subdivisions. 813,671.15 WOOD'S fASTEST m1OARD- S

E's' each first Sunday!; 7:30 Other and deposits officers'! (certified checks.. fASTEST KCAVtt IT| SttWKH V VV V'

!p. m Young People meet. ro1'ALDEPOSITS etc). Si783J01 28,771.58.1C I Come In or call fora free_demonstration .
Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy Com- Other .liabilities 79,30557 I V; !
munion. r 9 i tO
I' r S e V Y ,1a
!not including subor- a r 4
dinated obligations .
Sunday School 8:45/ a. m.R MornIng shown below 3.862.60673 r a o s jIV V V _
; i
r 11 Training Y X '
Worship a. m. CapitalCapital' Aeeeaata S 6 t I
\I Union 6:43 p. m. Evening Wor. 150.00000 _
f Surplus %%S,006.00 n ,
ship. 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer Undivided profits .23,441.50 --
Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Reserves (and retirementaccount
:t 1V Everyone welcome for preferred DISK 'n''FIIF I
capital) 1.09Ua i 1 1cabiet
l ; x'"X
.. CHURCH 52453235 J s f'

Wat l..aZf tftt-tfp*Jfof Sunday School *:.45 a. m TOTAL LIABILITIESAND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I' i t

ftu cad i-'&tPM* tit* Morning Worship 11 a. m. and This, bank's capital con-4,387,139.08 -.- &sq

7:30 p. mt Prayer Meeting each .Ut* oCCommon I des a safe for valuables, ., ,.L.. "..Kit +

l Terms as low asl Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Rev. par value stock of with 815&00 total it I drawees lor ched% ,,- ,- -... ''''''.- .,'. -,. ;,...
$1.25 a week George Chism pastor. Everybody .I 1e
welcome. Mersraada I Settler fetters, S .
Assets pledged or assigned il V y',;.
1 to !secure liabilities. .-9QI' 1Is fw -
! GOODMAN'SSERVICE and for other purposes ': 1.338.926.22 .j 'drawer for station*? Ads ,. : )

STATION ? I C. E. Hernwall. Vice-President -ond. index. cards. V : V V V
ozE 9S and Cashier of the above named V. I'
I bank, do solemnly swear the I '
Seeb ro P. GoodmanU. E V above statement is true, and that it .Bradford
1 fully and correctly represents the : "
S. 301 At South Ct666 tru state of the several matters
i herein contained andsset forth, to the
\ HfcTOJWill
City Limits heat of my knowledge. and belief.
i iI Cwrrect-AUeet: add deity to any room.A COMplete
I C. E. HERNWALL I office combined into one handi -

, HAROLD C. WALL i _______ son unit protected by two strong
W B. Sewell outer doors ender lock and key.
i S. L. PEEK JR. Heavy gauge steel 32%" wide 60"bsh. : Telegraph
DeWITT C. JONES \ rr 19"deep.Green or Cole gray.Grabed .
Plate of Florida. t
i! FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE County of Bradford. ss: WoUwf. Matwgoay Of Gana ,
Sworn to and subscribed before
i( PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4-2610 ffee finafc i $154)9 addrtiaaI.CAI
!>'Ie this 12th day .of Jan. I960, andI

I W. tarnish the hlghett type Benrke at .lowest,prices, and acceptANT officer hereby or certify director that of I this am bank.not an ,

life Insurance policy in force, baaed by ANT eo paD1. M Sty commission. expires' February 12. your important papers at your "

I .payment IB part or m full on funeral service Cttasgltatloaeiicrteo .use ) Helen- E. Glasgow; NotaryPubCe > fioget tipi..Tk. retractable.desk -
9&dVt io and
no obligation. 1'1'.HTAL smoothly out. I II
Jl I Handed by the Mass. Evadingand
tI ,
tt l I I lnj\1raneo Co.

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FACE SIX .___: ntti\ht."It_ iutIN"; "IV ..h..MiKlrol.lUt... H.OUIOA IliL. SDAV. JANUARY 14, 1bv-.<..l
-- --

Prisoner Returns Final Rites -__. .. ," ... and p sid the: taxes: due under the

|Ills.r..v Statutes<..n9r_ will Xevtlf!""..>.ni,certified OS.JS, Plor-to Sell It Rent ft Trade If :!

!!>*' vVrnor fir the :State of Florida SHOES
For Adam Green :
VoluntarilyTo tvhii will I issrte a Proclamation

fctii at that.n. tini dilsJlvingNold. corpor- WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDCLASSIFIED i

Finish TermA Held Sunday I piuuFOpj COUNTY I REPAIRED

w1tMI Bradford l.'ollntyt stra.t Company DISPLAY!! ----- .u '1.:5 r,r !.-- ....".. IIMTTI
-Starke, Fla. sLoe PF.R INCh FOR SMB _D HFPKlTK.n QMS OR MOHK T.1f1W I
recent escapee from the con- Bradford Title & Abstract Com-
Fpneral services were held at ,I
tiuction ,barracks at the Florida I njny-.<;Ktarke Fla. CARDS OF THANK 2 pm- Sunday Jan 10. in the It is further directed that a copy OVFR SO WORDS -_ 4 C_.l. Per w....
State Prison voluntarily returnedto First Methodist Church for Adam of this notice be published one WHILE U WAITor
Florida to ease his conscience I I time in the Bradford County Telegraph HFMORMI.S ANt) RRSOI.TTTIO\1 4 Crafa rev W.e*
62 who died at his
Tyson Green a newspaper published in
Alter the State of Michigan had Iii __ I I.... ._ ._ ...
home near Starke on Thursday. Starke. Florida, in which county wnkflC OR IFSC. n. ''' ril. 4MlsIpuu, rto.p<<., .n
refused to extradite him. the home office of the above corI -

Marvin C. Henrys who fled Jan. 7, as the result of a heart I Durations are shown to be located. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 -__,_.- ___ ** >frPS0 w." One Day Service
attack. Rev H. O. Boyette -
from the site of the ne\ prison hereunto set my hand and caused
construction last August told of the First Methodist Church | t.... (!rat S..al.of the State of Florida Kf ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS! OR All* HOT PAID IN ADVA.VCC! Court Shoe RepairOpp.

officiated assisted by Rev. Barry to be affixed at Tallahassee the
authorities he returned to Florida I Capita,- thin! The 2nd day of Janu- WE HAVE a new loan program foi
).voluntarily because he knew he Van Deventer of the First Presbyterian liry 'AI D. 1960, farmers. Loans ot 1 to 6 year ( Court House)
Church. i-t-AI.) for the entire credit require SINGER SEWING
would always have a feeling of 4 r-T vSECRETARY ments of the fanner and his ram 126 N. Court Street
Burial followed in the family
guilt unless he completed his four OF STATE lly. Gainesville Production CredM! MACHINE ,
plot in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith It Association. 820 Worth Main I ,-
year term for theft.
car Gainesville, Fla. tfca- I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Representative ulll he In Bradford
FUK RENT 2 bedroom
IIView. of his voluntary action. f OTIOK TO DEPENDIB
Home in charge.Mr. Circuit Court. Bradford: {'o.." RADIOS REPAIRED Co. Mondays! and Fridays.For I house on KIngsley Lake. AvailableJan.
Geo. .
,Circuit Judge I. Patten .
gave 1 to June. Phone WCH-4201
J'sor.sta: I" r -
him sentence Green was-born Sept. 11, -_ -. ---- service' on' tfchg
light make
a of an additional : %o. 12-8X7 Charge g ar U** any
90 days for 1892. and was the son of the late PomoJpa" Hall Wainwright, Plaintiff SHEPHERD'S RADIO 4 TV machine write
escape. Archibald Hardy and Fannie The SistersThe vs Pan C. Wainwright. Defendant lamaB Creea. Owner or call FOR SALE Used Oil Circulating -
Assistant State Attorney Mack Eppley 412 E. Call St. PkoBe WO f- lHll Heaters. Can be seen at
Futch said Henrys could have Hitch Green. He was a lifelong \rriirn TO APPEAR 8trke, P1*. SINGER SEWING :blanks: Builders. tfchg

ttt'fa free when member of the :Methodist Church. Eppley Sisters Gospel .including:: piano, vibra-harp vio- .,To: Dan C Wainwright. whose -
man Michigan .l.t..o:<<.. *nd adirl'RIIs: 160-27:! COLONIAL FLORIST MACHINE CO. PKYTOSf FLORIST
refused to extradite him. On Sept. 1, 1915 Mr. Green was Quintette of York Pa. will appearat llin. electric Hawaiian guitar sax- I' Highland Avenue" Jamaica. .3%, L. I. Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. I Jill S. THOMPSON ST.

In other Circuit Court action married to the former Rosa DYlg- the First Methodist Church jo I .:hone, Cathedral chimes, musi- 1N. 'Y. Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor 402 N. Marion St. or Phone 880{) PHONE WO -I4ISSmSTIl'Tn
You are hereby notified that a all occasions locally. Phone FLOW KB8
Rudolph Luke 39, of Gainesville gers, who survives him. in Starke at 7:45: p. m. on Mon- I cal saw, and organ. They have suit for divorce etc. has been" filed WO 4-eeSl. SOS East Nona St. tfcbg I Lake City. FixJUKSON WE tIRE FLOWERS ANYWHERE

ft as sentenced to pay -a $350 fine Besides his widow he is sur- nay, Jan. 18. "The five girls will! s appeared in churches in 48 states against you in the above named -- --- -

vived by three sons, Herbert A. present a spiritual featuring v/ell countrleiThe ''curt and cause and you are hereby FOR RENT -Furnished apart- S S ....it IEARHODEX: XVHSERV IIOH5'ujod
"or serve one year in prison after ,, program | as as foreign required to serve a copy of your Reasonable- rates. Near Bl'ILDI\G! 81PPLY : Car* for your child. Fair

reading; guilty to transportation Green Robert G. teen and JamesA. I vocal numbers, as well asa i i public is invited to attend aaswcr fr* pleading to the complaint ments.shopping renter Phone WO 9-2nil Itvar Of Big Dad FartvryBill)1' ;, n tt's. lUcensed. Phone WO 4-JOJ1

ol moonshine. If he pays the fine Green all of Starke; two __ vsrietv nn__ of._ n musical______ _instruments.__nn____. I th.--.-. nrol"ram.r'0..-.- on Futch the P.Plaintiff's O, Box 547.Attorney Starke.Mack Florida S.- or WO 4-0171 evening or call at 213 We hatrut" JaoktuBIf I I 116 N. Thompson St. tfchg.
got It HtHE. TL.,
S. Cherry St. (Shell Oir Co. Office.)
J.e Will be on probation. for two daughters. Mrs. Grace Page of? and file the original In the office lfchgHASTINGS Jaisent got It 'I'HERB.N I i FOR BALE
and Mrs. Nat Williams of the Clerk of the Clrcut! N.- and used building toppliesof .
year! Starke Dorothy Reese I I Hf'adrmix concrete, concrete block
Arrest Order 'urt: on or before the 15 day of f\fTf dearrlpllOB. I
rones feuce posts sand, cement.
Johnny A. Lee, 24, was placed who is now residing in Germany .1-r'Jary., 1H'); otherwise the alle- MATTRESS Come la and look .rlitl.d and Ifou Mot' r mil. rock steel, oyster shell

on probation for two years after where her husband is stationed; Funeral HeldIn glotlons cf said Complaint' will be > dou't see wkat Tuu "..( *>k Ltmer .-Pnone WO4-S5M, Brad-
tf.1'A".8. "'c'ufes"4) bv you. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Hub r.haiue. t. get It fur JOB or loru Engineering Co. tfchg
pleading! to two brothers, Lloyd J arvl
guilty receiving stolen This notice shall be publishedonce lull \\O4-4001 tfekg

pioperty Lorenzo D. Green both of Starke; Jones Issued ,For t'ach"t'ek for four consecutive 710 Lemon St. PaUtfc FOR SALE Sweet Potatoes. $2
ChapelNat Tele- FOR REST-4
tteeks In the Bradford County unfurnishedfapartm..nt
two sisters Mrs. A. F. Sauls of room per bu. at farm. 1% miles N. of 1M(
graph. Furniture Repaired Uphol with large hall and private on Bay'tesa Highway. Lucian Conner -
Recent Births tarke. and :Mrs. W. M. Wimberly.. Dated this 3 day of January, 1960. drive way an N. Lake St. Call tfchg
Williams, 74. a resident of (SEAL) stered & Refinished \VO 4-4594. tfehg
Bar tow;. ten grandchildren, and 14 Prison GuardsAn
Brtdford County Hospital announces one great grandchild. Starke for more than 50 years _Clerk of the Circuit Court. MATTRESSES- REBUILT FOR RENT OR SALE :3& bedroom

the following births: Active pallbearers were Don I I died suddenly at noon Tuesday at by Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. New Innerspringsand unfurnished. house! at 380 X. Cherryt. Callus For

Mr. and Mrs; alph Smith, Wal- bis home here heart 1/14 4t 214 Rent teasonable. Floyd Green
following a order Box Springs
for the
Page Jr., Inman Green, Jimmy arrest of 14 phoct WO 9-2942. tfchg

,do, a son, Randall Ralph Jan. Rowe. Archie Green, Harry attack. men charged In U. S. grand jury :NOTICE! TO DEFEND Drop Us a Card or Call *. FIRE -
Circuit Court, Bradford Coa.tT.Flllrldiu FOR nEXT 3 bedroom furnished
10.Mr. Green and D. Ritch Green. Mr. Williams was, born in Sum- indictments with violating civil .II. In Chancery. PALATKA EA 5.9168 huute on Kingbley Lake: All year *, AUTO

and ,Mrs. Kenneth Robin ter. S.C., on July 14. 1885. His rights of Raiford State Prison inmates Cane No. 12-839 STARKE \VO 44834AIRS. rounJ. Apply Sain; Rosenberg, *
son. Starke. a daughter, Karen Henry Dombroski, Plaintiff vs. ftatht' tfchg HOME OWNER
the late John and
parents were : was issued Wednesday in '
-.A __ .. Marearet Holleman Dombroski, De PEGGY SUALLEK, Starke tUFE:
our', .Ju. .&&. Sgt. Quarles Dies Mary Dean Williams.. Jacksonville by Judge Bryan fendant. FOR RENT 2 bedroom complete.
TO APPEARTo Agent ly furnished! house Kingsley ALL LINES OF
I He was a member of the Air.park Simpson.The NOTICE on ,fl%,
: Margaret Holleman" Dombros- tfchg Lake Central 1-eat. Year round.
I HAIR OFF In California Baptist Church. men are charged with mistreatment kU whosa residence and address' is; :\Ir$. O. L. Pvasley, 40J K. Walnutt. PERSONAL AND

FOREVERUnsightly I I Surviving are two daughters, of prisoners including UNKNOWN.You are hereby notified 'that a FOR RENT Furnished apartment itchg BUSINESS INSURANCE -,

Master Sgt. John Randolph Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour and Mrs. chaining them to the bars of their I suit for divorce has been filed against at rear "of store building at FOR SALE: Cab'e! Upright Piand.Annlv :

Quarles 41, of LaHabra, Calif., Gladys Harrington, both of Starke; cells unclothed dousing them you in the above named 321 Maude temple llott at Ave.McCarthy's Contact:Garage Mrs. ft5 X. Church St. :3tp Itt,;

Excess Facial died of a heart attack in an Army two sons Edwjn and Palmer -Williams vith high-pressure streams of I Court iuied} .to and serve cause a and copy you of your are answer re"- 5 milfg on Raiford Rd. tfcbg EXPERIENCED: ,Baby Sitter will H. C. \WALL

Hair Removed hospital dn Tuesday Jan. 12. also of Starke; three water and other unauthorized "or_ pleading to the complaint worl'it your home or mine. Mrs.
the Plaintiffs Attorney Martin EVENING CLASSES for adults. All H. IIl'Gt'@, phone WO4-0063.
PermanentlyEdmund Sgt. Quarles was formerly of :trothers, Hardy Williams, Frost..I lo.ms ot punishment.It J. Pearl. 102 Law Exchange Building subjects. Credit if wanted. Write S 4tchg 1/21

Brooker. He attended Bradford proof; Elliott Williams Starke*, was expected'that warrants Jacksonville. 2 Florida,and file Director Box 1190. Starke. or call :. AGENCY
in the office of the WO 4-3071. or visit Adult Education FOR SALE 3 BR S-hath hou e
the original
County High School and graduated and C. M. Williams Manatee; and would be issued, Thursday by the Clerk 'of the Circuit Court on or before Office USO Bldg. for additional n.t,,- uadrr. raantmrtloB am Searing \

: in 1937.Survivors six grandchildren. clerk of the U. S. District Court the 15 day of February 1960; Information. tfchg M. nrar old DrUe-la theatre. Ter- "Insurance Specialists"

I in Jacksonville and turned over otherwise the allegations of said taco floor, R. F.. Uurt beating .;*-
Funeral ,services held at MADE DRAPERIES
his Daisy. were TAILOR
are wife Complaint will be taken as con- (cm. lunar olbrr extra f rat urn.
to the U. S. marshal for service. free labor.: Mrs.: Peggy Shaller 209 louse> nill br Jan. :%. PHONE WO 4-4801
Dwyer and a sister, Janie May Lee of 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the Jones feed by you. 4-5934 tfchg completed I'
notice shall be published Adkins St. phone WO liu) now and decorate to tantr.VA .
I The arrest order signed Wednesday This year '
Miami. Memorial with Rev. Lacy 'J.'U1
Chapel : RENT OR. SALE3 bedroom
once each week for four consecutive I or Convention flnaarlnK. (COB
Electrologist Funeral services will be held at Conway pastor of Airpark Baptist -I 'fixed bail in the amount) weeks in the Bradford County Tele- LARGE STORAGE SPACE For : net 1.. K. Wbilrhrad.' Waldo. Phone hum 634 X. Cherry $t. Call WO 4-
'of $1,000 each for James H. Dunn I I graph. rent.Call_ \\O 4-59J4. Itchg IIP S-33S3.: : : :'f''JIi 1/17 7711 askfur Milton .Iosh@r. lip
the Mottell Peak Mortuary at Church, officiating. Burial was I I ,
Dated this 1S daof January
107 W. University Ave. Long Beach Calif. on Friday in the family plot in Crosby Lake 10f Orlando former guard captain. ,' 1960: i. !Seedling pecan trees for sale In hELP W.\%Tlm j I[ C.ILT.P.. ,E. (tone) Edwards for
I and Earl Chesser of Bradford'County DARIY.Clerk large or small numbers. | your Carpenter work. Satisfactionguaranteed.
I Want lo make $%0 in !
Gainesville FR 2-8039 Jan. 15. at 2 p. m. Cemetery under the direction of of the Circuit Court I.I.i S A. J. THOMAS or more a day I Free estimates phone
lotpart full
former guard lieutenant or route work?
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. I Cv Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk. 205 Temple Ave., Tel. WO4-5701 Man or woman. Write McNess Co., WO 4-761, :31J S. Church St.
who after state 1, 21
discharged 3tp
1 were a SEAL) H..X 76e
DeSoto Sta., Memphis 2,
Active pallbearers were Merrill)) j i liB| 4t 2/4 FOR SALE
investigation following a prison Tenn. !tp 114|
three bedroom \I.T RI'F.'A1isl'UUE.SPIULT
in modern
Edwards, John Kopelousos Ralph I riot several months ago.; Bail for I NOTIfP. OF INTENTION masonry home with Florida PA\IMJ (O.

Bryan Lacy Silcox J. R. Kelly i the other defendants was'fixed-at TO REGISTER!' FICTITIOI8 NAME. Room and fully furnished. Land- WANTED Lady for part time I ala 8. ('IIERRTR.E'r:

SHOP !' and Billy Noegel. $560 ;Notke .U hereby, given that the waped grounds, paved street.A. offl tI <'e. work that may later be full DAY PIIO F. \\'08:011En
< Must
each. \11- have
undersigned under the provisions J. THOMAS some knowledgeof PHONr WO4-1503:
In addition to Dunn and Chester Chapter 50,853. Laws of Florida, REALTOR :TEL. WO4-5701 bookkeeping and typing and re-I
; with the ferences as to honesty, FOR RENT Furnished three room
At of 1941. will register dppnda-I
Girl Win the Federal ipdictments name bility and ability Write P. .
Cagers "lerk" of the Circuit Court in and ((ttage at 4leilbronn Springs See
SHOP Edward R. Taylo#\.Melvin McKin- for Bradford County Florida, upon *:2!<' T for appointment. tfchg J. T Quigley ltehl

..ncy John C. Batten James A. I rrceipt of proof of publication cf
Two Of ThreeThe this notice, the fictitious name of Estate-Size Lot
Barton. Albert L. Stafford, Russell 8ukeIotor' Court. 739 Temple. .

j I Carter, Hubert GriffiSBopsie A.I!i Ave. Starke. Florida under \which Nature's Landscaping makes/ this! I .
Don't Buy Your New Caron BHS girls basketball team] Griffis, Johnny 0. Dobbs. Andrew we Thomas are are L.engaged and Helen In business.Cook .39: large lot a very beautiful, home- SERVICE A New When SECURITY -- SATISFACTION

won two out of three games during -t i E. Richardson. Earlis Harvey and Temple Ave.; Starke Florida, sole site ready for building. Buying Or Selling The Better

the past week as the regular ;: Ronnie K. Griffis. owners.' INCOME, INVESTMENT Or GROWTH Proper-
the First Dated this 12 day of January A. mate be had wooded. Electricity -
Stop Its ran I
scheduled season got under way. I i All of the defendants have hoti- n )!Iell at Starke Bradford County. ties At An M. HANSBROUGHu . .

Thursday Jan. 7, the Bradford i fled the marsh l's office that Florida. ,-telephone, school bus! mall
MMMtMHMMMMM j'j'I 114| 4t 2/4 route at door.
>MMM H girls defeated St. Augustine 4329in I they will voluntarily appear in I -

a played here. Margaret : Jacksonville and surrender when NOTICE OF INTENTION
game I! FICTIT1OVS NAME New Golf Course! within a mile.

GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICEI Douglas was high scorer for BHS;i advised the ,warrants for their TO Nwtice REGISTER b hereby given that the Reasonable restrictions! abstract

with 22 points, and Susan Slade arrest have been issued. undersigned, under the provisions
cf Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida Take 2 miles Southto
I was runner-up with 15. Acts of 1941, will register with the urn or UTJUCTWM $ vu ,
s stunS
BUT Last Friday the girls defeated Mission School Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and Pine Acres Park or phone .

I II for Bradford County Florida upon owners, WO 9-1653, Starke St 1-21 ,
Green Cove Springs 43-40'In an- receipt of proof of publication of S ou owe it to your purse-for whatever purposeto

other home game. Margaret To Held this notice the fictitious name of 5- inspect and investigate these
Starke Asphalt Paving Company. properties.
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE Douglas again led, in: points accounting :213! S. Cherry St Starke. Florida, FOl: SALE 6 room Black house. ,
for 22. 'Suzanne LaMee under which we are engaged in Will sell reasonable. 409 Center St.
By 8 ChurchesEight 1 huinesL 3tp 1/21 Monday, January 18 -- :30 P.M.U. .
was second for Bradford with 12. _
513 N. Walnut St.
John A Torode.
In their first defeat _the girls Si<.rke. Fla /i owner and James U. Trailer Space Rent Free- Pay own S. No. 1 FRONTAGE-ST. AUGUSTINE

Baptist Churches in theN II Andrews 602 Alton Rd. Starke Fla. electrical bill. Apply Mrs. F. J.Kevp KEYSTONE
bowed 50-19 to Ocala in a game COURT
>t own..r.Dated Hajppton Lake 2tp 1114
played there Tuesday nfght. Mar- (w River Baptist Association this 13th day of January i IT Modern uacoarr ualtn large' beautiful two bedroom

Billy DowlingAcross garet Douglas led the locals with will be hosts to eight'miSsionaries.I A.. D. I960 at Starke Bradford WANTED Ladles for alterations residential Borne altrnrlMel landscaped lot froatlBff oa
County. Florida. and Repair Experienced. Apply I C. 8. !S o. 1 bounded vn three sides br !,ayrtl taeroaKB-
0) points while .Susan Slade was representing foreign home .and I 1/14 4t 2j4 Doyle the Cleaners. 418 W. Call StUchg | fare CBS eaaktraetloB reinforced wall and Insulated
8'rondwith 8. state missionary, work during a .IllBK. -" ceramic tile bath air eoaaJfluBluK 11....
ng T\ pawed el.'rnlar drlt* with at door
This Friday the girls will play. School of Missions to be conducted I W.C.T.d. }.'op.LE Sweet Potato seed. I narklBK four tktmgrd ut II...... ,- _year -
The Street From Setzer'sfl't Lake City there. Jan. 24-29. All Reds Georgia: Reds and Puerto

J The week's activities will 'be I "BEWARE OF TERMITES!" Rica. Lucian Conner tfchg Tuesday. January 19 .. t :30 P.M.

--- -- North Florida started ,with a Mission Rally to IN SPITE OF ALL THE LMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE 'Costal Bermuda Hay
1 -- ..' 130 at barn. Santa Juana Ranch (WALDO) Intersection S. R. 24, 200
r be held
Sunday afternoon Jan.
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> miles N of Keystone
Tliway lie
and U. S. No. 301 Route
Tourist GroupTo 24. at 3 o'clock in the Madison ERN BUILDINGS. CARE MUST H..., hh. ?tp 114! (North-South )
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Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" Street Baptist Church. BE TAKEN TO GUARD AGAINST FOR RENT Small furnished MOTEL YANKEE

Be OrganizedA The eight churches conducting TERMITES AND ANTS. house at 313 Christian St., to couple MOTEL-RESTAURANT-3 BEDROOM flOME

I JIM TONEY HOMES $1095 and decision to form an organization the ttsBayless schools are Highway Boatdrain.- Raiford Brook-, TINY BUT CREATURES UNLESS CONTROLLED.THEY MAYBE 'without''rK J children.Dowllnp.Phone' WO 4-4(21.Itchg j restaurant 12: hod.,. -uaioarr modern' Haiti t.r.-.. elf brdruuu Ing owarr'a completely residence equipped-

with a broader appeal was CAN I furred ".n. sad eelllnKa reraaU, |lle hath wall
up Evergreen, KIngsley Lal e, Starke THEY ,CAN DESTROY. IT n't I to wall rarpetiag air eoaditioaiaa rearsl) hralliift
WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS reached at a meeting of the :i'lrst Baptist and Starke Madison SEEMS INNOCENT ENOUGH TO. A few hours spent in friendly con- j TV'S large circular dritr fceaatlfaUr UaduaprdSOO -
Bradford Motel Owners Associ' frontage va t". $. \o. 301 plenty .' rlIOM Ie r ..,..-
See Our Model\ Home at Waldo, Florida treet. PURCHASE AN ARTICLE OR myatton telling AVON will provide i1o.

atiori in the Garden Restaurant Among the visiting mission STORE VHAT REMAINS a..good Income. Write: OuldaC. l
12 Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301 TWO IN A
Tuesday. morning.A. aries, Miss Bonnie Jean Ray will OPEN ON SUNDAY BUT Sweat P. O. Box MO Live [Wednesday, January 20 1:30 P.M.
of the
.F. Garner president
represent the newest state of the Oak Fla.
90 Acres-rSOOO: River Frontage
motel group said a decision was
union Hawaii. Rev. Wm. ..Hicltf
Florida I t lJ ACT CAN HELP PIGS FOR SALE 6 and $7 each.
reached to forma North f 3 Bedroom Home 190
hp Dredge
f man will represent Paraguay and THE UNIQUENES OF -J. t>. Gregory, 1 ml east of Hamp- -

Tourist Association which restaurant would home missionary representatives OUR SUNDAY AS A DAY OF t..n, Highway, 18 !tp 1/21 Highway No. '309 at WELAKA, FLORIDA
include membership :ai e Rev. Preston Denton of Rock- REST AND WORSHD DO'NOT OIL HEATERSr very good con j Fr.>tic On Stat highway >.. 3M9 with appttilatatelrI

owners service station operators, foist IlL; Dr; John Tillery, Madi- 0T SUNDAY." dition Cheap., Walter Wood 123 E. I :3000OB !I'. Johns filter 0.. .1 FUrlda'a few re.ala-
SHOP lug .BBiMtlkcd. aataral wonderland the Ira.. flublac
and all others interested in business South St. after C p. m. 2tchg
fonvlDe, Tenn.; and Mrs. John SOUTh CAROLINA METHODIST capital .( the world ..b nrveral hundred yard from

deriv d from tourists. I Sylvester of Miami. Mrs.. Sylvester ADVOCATE IN NATIONAL FOR ALE BY OW.NEHl Fir bp<*ru"aB'. Ledge the largest .tl"toln Ireili! water Ii.k1 .
annual duesof .. .. .. 1 UE resort In Aaieriea 110V ehBael Into -
Gamer said that 3-be4rs ]) ._ F.r Ufc d or n- prcpcrtralinlted
and that I Is a woiker among the Russian VOICE.] ..ra...... Saratoga HI'I&Ia'.. V. ..1.flsane4. poteaklal fr I AeTrlopBieat any kind nearereryikiag
$5 would be charged ', people of Miami and has an interesting .. Write B.x: &&8.r rail | Ideal laeatUa.Tern .

funds would be used to prepare } story to telL Tee Service '.04-511.. )tr"c
*B all prwpertlea unless otherwise aanttaacrd, Zd
brochures and other advertising ; Luther Woodward of Defuni k per rent! dawn at auctIon with balance ...0......
No material for:distribution pointingout Al Dawson Ft. Lauder- Pruning Bracing 'De'Mo'- Tax Service Free rash drawlaaja to sea I.rk.n.. AU sires
Money Down ... No For Travel Springs, Income
Charge attractions in this part of the log :- Cavity Work Tre Removal j Bad dltlaBce are ".."........
i dale and Gus Johnson of Jacksonville -
Write call for brochures
or information andor) on
state. win complete the team. TransplantingSapp's MON. THRU FRI. 7 P.M.
Anywhere In Florida Same Low PriceWe ] these and other coming auctions: 6-STORY
will be
Garner said a meeting I AH members of the churches Tree Surgeons Saturday After 1 PJ)L

and the general public are invitedto PETE SAPP Owner- C. E. HLTCHESOX
Use 2 X 8 for Floor We Furnish Material for
In Restaurant I'
attend the Sunday afternoon STARKE PHONE WO 4-S965 531 Pratt Street ,
Framing Not 2 X G's You to Build. We Do Repair and all persons with tourist-con- -
rally and the other meetings during 131eg 4:14: HOTEL-WEST COAST INDUSTRIAL & RESIDENTIAL

We Use 2 X 6 for Ceiling Work and Finish nected businesses are urged to at the week. ACREAGE. '
tend. WANTED: Curb Girl, cook and
Framing. Not 2. X 4's. Houses that are Started. NOTICE OP I\TE\TIO\- waitress. Apply Herb's Drive In. Itp

FOR SALE Hot Point upright
Trampoline Class Notice is under the ,
hereby given BIOKEBS.imUTATI
,. U ft fre zer. Excellent condition.

Model Home and Office at Waldo, 12 :Miles South of Starts FridayThe ** ;Statutes provisims, to of earn Section of the 115.21.corporations Florida C-tsh: nOt Phone 3-2251. 2tp If!} AUCTION SPECIALISTS

Starke on Route 301. Call or. write or come see JIM !Ii'trd below the same being incorporated FOR SALE One large fill burning MS*AI Tsd IM V
under the laws of Florida.
heater, suitable for Church. School
TONEY before you buy any home. Your business ap beginners Trampoline class;; -.' d n<"(' >rdinjr to the: record of the or home. Reasonable. J T. Quigley "-- .
of and
Secretary State each every
preciated. Your credit is good at ,JIM TONEY'S. will start on Friday. Jan 15, at', Mich corporation appears delinquent itchg i" r:1iSi

j for three <3> years or-mAre in the 3
3:10 I.m. in the army. Any boycr ONE BEDROOM one 2 bedroom
OPEN 8:00 A.M TILL 8:00 P.M. { t filing ot reports and payment j of unfurnished house for rent Phone
: girl, 8 years or elder: and whQ I taxes under the provisions/of SecI WO 4-8501 Guy Andrews Itchg dft&LSIt.T.p : -"'-
I lion 698.33 Florida Statutes and 1I.m 1)Ioiier)
has'not been in a class ?etore.
Ray D. Forth Jim Toney HomesBox that under the provisions of" said WAITRESS WANTED' Apply In AWl OfH 461 ctYIBiA 1lIO..IAW.II IsaG'SATIOSI .,
may register Friday and Join this I faction COS.3S. Florida Statutes, said person at B A G Truck Stop Rest- IIaCl.U. Mttt:
Box 196 Ph. 4307 368 Ph. HO 8-2781 class. Other Trampoline classesare I rorporattong bave been classed as anrant. tfchg Jill S.A-1-*.Olluoss.UCII.O MM 1,
subjtcC to dissolution, Ttad that For Expert Tree Surgery Call Oar 'I.oa. ,.
Keystone Heights Fla.Valdo, Fla. held on Tuesdays at 3:10 p.m. I three 13) months after date of this Agent FOR RENT 4 room house 123 I

and 4:10: p.m., and Saturdays{ publication each and every ,eorpor- per mo. 2 mites out Highway 11.1
... )I. WO'1965
224 Temple Phone
i atlon listed below that has not in first road to right Phone WO4-OJ45. E TTi
] 'at 11:15 aju. in, the armory. the meantime _filed its ,feports. due I Mrs. 5fa. Jordan. Itp !



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da, were guests of honor. he amount of dividend to be than 20 churches \
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Since the Lions interested in the i TYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTYYYYTlMELROSE I:i spent the weekend with Mr. and i and Mrs. Helen Phelps; 3rd. Miss
I are mainly paid on shares. It is an opportunity Association will Ifirs.
in compete i ,i C. P. Huffman of Live Oak.j : Ira Hiujer and Mrs. Edith Larsen;
sight-conservation Dr. for them to disapprove '
approve or i ings which will
By Mary K. Schaeffer Spache brought with him one of the handling of their enter the State Festival permit to j' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wesleyand 'I 4th, Miss Sally Mansfield and Mrs. .
family of Cook.1Vt'man's .
tile Bainbridge, Ga. Mary "
eye-examining machines for credit union funds. There will m Ocala
February 5 and
j spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.Glynn Club"CamelUas
C. C. C. D Rescue Unit Meets this unit. Due to the proximity of I demonstration and explanation.He |I also be a good speaker, a short public is_invited:t to By Joyce Rotbhammer "
I Rothhammer Their andCare"
and Selection
family. ,
The first meeting ofhe Clay surounding county lines, and the also gave instructions in its |movie, a delicious ham dinner, and service. Lt [
Duplicate Bridge of
I I a1. I was topic Sam Mix-
Civil Defense Unit No. 1 desire use valuable door-prizes and gifts. All .
County : to practice the "good neigh- person wishing to :
was held at the Keystone FireHouse i Il tor"; policy, it was decided that in I The Lions had a work-detail at I Everett Fox and Henry Hall are various choirs of the I Mr. and'Mrs: R. L. Samson and : Winners at the Melrose Bridge !>on, guest speaker week.at the Ielr eWoman's
Club last week were: High. Mrs. Club last Mr Mix-
the daughter.
'on Jan. 7, 1960. Ray E. an emergency, and at the request I school house, on' Saturday presently members of the board of: preparing the 'special i Elaine, and Mr. and
1 I Louis Kyle and Mrs. Albert Bach- camelliaContinued
i I son is an authority on
afternoon. M. V.
Chance Civil Defense Director of. the Sheriff's Dept. of a neighboring They put two coats of directors. the Easter Season should Mis. Samson spent two
presided. An alert system was discussed 'I county, this unit would as- silver paint on the posts around !| Oman's Club Makes Plans the Church,each I weeks in Columbus, Ohio visiting ,; man; 2nd Mrs. Alice Ketchum I ( On Next Pagel

for the purpose of alerting j fet. the school groundS.'Some of the I:I The Woman's Club of Keystone :ing at 3:15: p. m.. I friends, and relatives. i
members as quickly as possible. J i Meetings will be held monthly on posts have yet to be:put.,in the [Heights has planned several St. William's Catholic ; Walter Regan of High Point, N. I IIi fC
The fire siren with a distinctive I the second Thursday of each I ground, but ,this will be "'done as !events to help raise the where- Last Sunday was the I visited Mr. and Mrs. John Re- 4fii11 IN REAL ESTATE
month. |soon as the football field is level- r withall to for the redecorating I i gan and family over the .holidays.
signal was rejected as being too j This will be subject to pay Holy Name Sunday for !j I
confusing and also Attracting too I change as needed. I jeti i off.'l"oIshion. of the club house. They havea IJcly Communion in a i 1 I i M!;s. Hugo Wilkes and children, 3-Bed Room, Living: Room, Kitchen and Garage; Large
many unofficial bystanders. A, Members of this Rescue Alert ; Show Of Interest : card party on the agenda for because it .was the Feast Colin and Peggy visited Mr. andMis. Lot Paved Road. Five Blocks to "Downtown. $11,500,
telephone relay system was de Unit No. i are Ray Chance Charlie Tomorrow evening, the Palatka i' January 21; a.dinner for Febru- Holy Family, the various Julian Slade and family over with $4,500 Down.
vised. Mr. Chance appointed Bill I McGlave, Bill Beam, Dr. Don Junior Woman's Club will hold, a' ary 4; and another card party for groups received ale Christmas holidays.
Beam as Deputy Director and [ Chilstoffers. W. Ownbey, Sam 'Hi-Fashion" Show at the-Aza ea I March 17. gether. At- the close of Mrs. John Regan is in the Brad- Lake Lots Some Bargains for Cash. You' can now
Bill Lanes in Palatka. Mr George Ramsey !I. The grounds of the Woman's for County Hospital. > '
Communications Officer Charlie I'I Gardner Belote. Anthony Father Dougherty get Next Year's "Lost Opportunities.
McGlave as First Aid Officer.'W. maker, Everett Fox, George Schaeffer an independent, fashion. designer -! Club have been recently improvedby family group\ at the Mrs. Florence, Janes and son, Brand New Homes on Paved Streets. Low Down Pay
Ownbey and Sam Gardner 'as I R. H.Jackson, and Huntley has designed daytime wear I walks and a low wall to en- Chesterfield, and his' fiancee,
Lieutenants. Other officers will I Redfearn, Jr. and unusual.sportswear for this I dose the front yard and prevent Rail.Tuesday evening, Jan. Si.rah Maton, went to Ft. Myersto : ments. Lake Access. Near Golf Course. $9,000 to

be. appointed at the time of an Keystone Lion? Meet And Eat show.: Mr. Ramsey has a studio. wash-outs. Sod has been put in Holy Name.Men of both :vast Mrs. Janes' sister, Mrs. T. 15500. F.H.A.' Financing
jcmeigency. depending on the type The Keystone Heights Lions Club "Designs Unlimited" irf Jacksonville I'r find flowers planted so by spring Heights and Starke met' A. Stevens; and to Coral Gablesto
of emergency. Election was held met for their first "eatingmeeting" I where he creates mostly the front yard .will be most at- !at the Parish- House at visit Mrs. Janes' sister-in-law, S. E. M KAY -- REALTOR
glamorous ,evening wear. For the tractive. The Garden Division and Mrs. E R. Waller. While in Coral
for staff officers with the following of 1960 on Monday evening ward's Church In Staike.
results: president Bill Beam; Jan. 11. at the "den". D.-. H. J. test two years he has designedthe the House Committee of the Wo- were Francis"Merig .the : Gables, the group also visited Mr. Keystone Heights Phones 30.712051 4151
vice president, R. Jackson: secretary | Stevens, Optometrist of Gainesville costume dresses'for' the queen I I man's Club have been responsible Paul Meng, Michael and Mrs. G. Tom Baily and fam- Melrose -. Phone Granite 5.2968,
and her court at the Gator Bowl'i:lo rthis marked improvement. iy! former residents of Melrose. --
Charlie McGlave; treasurer I and Dr. George. Spache, O. Bates, Michael: '
Ray Chance. iPro/essor j of Education and head Game. Twn-Asers To Hold Benefit Dance Stefanelli 'all 'of Starke, Mr and Mrs. John Griner went
Director Chance brought up the jof ,the Reading Laboratory and This will be the first time the January 29 is the date set by LeBlanc Cyril' Vichon. to Lakeland to visit Mr. and Mrs.
question of the area activity of 'Clinic at ,the University of Flori- Azalea Lanes has been opened to. the boys and girls of Teen Town Piper, Wilbur Neal and and Mrs. W. M. Gaskins and toTampa
the public. Following the fashion to visit Mr. and :Mrs. L.
I ]for this marked improvement.I Schaeffer! all of Keystone '
show there will be free bowling I Plans are still a bit tentative I Pastor, Father: Connie >o Daurer'i t;: II. Stenson. The ten day trip also I EVERYBODY'NEEDS
for those with tickets. Since Mr. I and more definite information and his guest 'Father :mcluded\: a visit in Clearwater and S
1 1.\ Kyle McMurtry, of Keystone i will be supplied in the next I II JH&nrahan' 'Assistant Pastor Winter Haven.C. I
Heights, is the General Managerof I issue, as .to place, time, etc. All Epiphany parish .in Lake L. Mann.who has been in the MONEY SOMETIME!
the Azalea 'Lants: this affairis i local teen-agers and those who were also on hand. It was Veteran's Hospital in Lake City,
of special interest \\o Keystoners. live in neighboring towns are asked to alternate'meeting places; three days at home last WHEN YOU DO
If want to to I week. He left for Oteen,
you .donate a to keep this date in mind. next meet ig will be in Tuesday .
Oh dear f .vorthy cause, the'Mobile ''Dental Chamber Of CommerceThe Heights, ort February the C. for further'treatment. Visit- PURPOSE
Unit, enjoy a fashion show with I Chamber of Commerce will was also decided that some ; g her-father while he was home FOR WHATEVER .
it's too Ms toNof 5 beautiful professional models, hold its monthly meeting on officers would be elected Mrs. Clara Neilson of Palatka.
and do a little free bowling, why''I day: Jan. 18, in the Mon-I'Keystone grOUp', .and, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoffman and S. < "
o o e aye not come down ,,tb Palatka tomorrow r loom at the Clay Co-op at the Starke group.thereby, family of Cocoa spent the 'week- COME SEE US :
evening. Jan. 15??, :n. ing the organizations from. id with Mrs. ,Hoffman's parents, I '.
J5.?? The agenda will consist of naming Keystone and, tarke. Ir.- nd Mrs.A..1 C. Spires. I ..
Birthday Dinner Mrs. Maude Rogers returned to .,
; a new Board of Directors, a Plans we're'made, for i .w.
/ Mrs. Thomas Elmore' entertained secretary, ah Industrial committee munion breakfasts" the' I; Bess Lynn's last week after I .. ..va
on December 30 at dinner to and various committees for in Keystone.Heights on' a month in Live. Oak '

I honor her husband who has baying [the year. Plans will be discussedfor 14; the second 'to'be in \lth her children.Sen. ..."
arbirthday.The Elmores and Mrs. Cross last
recently [ new projects. for the coming a later date.George spent
I moved to- Keystone Club \ in Orlando\ with friends.
t' ..' j year Wilbur. ,Neal .will cook, ,the !
.'" '. Estates, Dinnerguests. were Mr I|! The new president, elected, at fast on Feburary'14.Pfrso ir children Gail and Betty, .. r '

., ..... .,, and Mrs. Carl Darden'and their I the'last meeting, is Huntley Red- a1s: /: ; UP TO $600 :/' '
: J daughter; Laura' ; ;and :Miss. Carol fearn, .Jr. The new vice-president Mr. and Mrs:-S.'E.. M k Tom's wife- Ginny, out fish ; ..
Warren. as -yell as' the Finmore i, is 'Leamon Ward. on Friday :noon I ,for. < ; ; with them Sunday afternoon. j I wPR'OMPT .
children, Carolyn and Stephen. All members and interested persons Miss. to visit-e "with a .that she could try out here. I EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICEON

;.(ft isn't!'You can send that deposit :Mrs. Smith :Has Birthday are invited to attend this organizational they planned:to attend the new fishing tackle. Ginny ALL REQUESTS .. ;. r
Mrs.S. E.
McKay ,
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meeting. Bowl Game hi: MobileAla. aught four bass, the men none.
fcr her mother, ,Mrs.. Smith, who' Brownie Troop No. 229 weekend inners.luck??? I
mail-any hour of the day or night They came OR CALL
.. .. '*< >-*-, _' .__ *. I i lives. with herd and who was 'hay-' ,Brownie' Troop N : -v ( Mrs : '
ing a WrjLii ayMV,5.t'MoH3ay.; Monday-.The iVfe ''' '
Wily not this convenient ? ; iire et..lhis girls Mr. and Mrs.: George Kalb' 'JU after- -Spending a
use service ,. I Smith was .85:'years'.old.. Throughout asked to remember to bring brown and children: and- Mrs.. [ :Keystone visiting her TOWN'"FINANtrCm":

"Aslcbr or write for some of our banking:. ". the day, many of: her'friends I paper bags to the meeting for use aunt, Miss_Anna;lc ll dropped into. wish her many happy in making paper bag puppets, Sunday dinner guests of i McGibbon flnds"it more' and .

by-mail forms that save your, time. returns. : This was the plan for last week's Mrs. Edward Whitehead' I difficult to )leave Keystone 144 W. Call St. 'Starke, Fla. :- Phone WO'4-9091.
Dupont Mining Employees meeting which was cancelled. rose. The group enjoyed return to the 'cold, northern I .
Credit Union CHURCH NEWS: ti and all the trimmings. She may1 decide to reside
Many Keystoners will be attending Community Church Mews: Tom Garner and Joe in Keystone one day' P1II
THE KEYSTONE STATE\ BANKA the annual meeting of Community Church Women Cir- -
the Employees' Credit Union this dies will meet on Jan. 18. Monday, V .
Saturday evening, Jan. 16. The impala Sport Coupe-one of Chevy's 13 fresh-minled models for '61 See Th*Dmik Shore Cbvy Show M COM( Sunday NIC-1V.;. KM PM BOOM Orj SMwrOOll"Ur.ASC-TT.
a:: follows: Circle No.1. with Mrs.J. ...... ,., ,
Friendly Rank in a Friendly Community meeting will be held In the Starke O. Himble as leader, will meet '- ", >:a'.i.p : :' :

Keyslone Heights Fla.! Elementary School Cafeteria at with Mrs David A.: Nelson at 130; ,"...' ,..-.....,.r I' _:
"l"' <
P{ Members will hear reports Fr.T- ,' :!
p. m. p. m.. Mrs.: W. M. Roach will assist ; .; '
Member F.D.I.C.
of the 1959 committees, elect of- '
Mrs. Nelson. Circle No. 2, with : :
:'icers for 1960 and discuss the Mrs. Olive Stevens as leader will .
..: .>
j1. + '
meet with Mrs: Charles Wallenius -
with Mrs. Frank Egan assist-

\ ing, at 1:30 p. m: Circle No. 3'ith l r yo A
; COR ROTOR \\ Mrs. E. W. Dwyer as leader,

; will meet with Mrs. Emmett Jonesat
1:30 p. m. Circle. No. 4 with
:- N marvel Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder as leader,
the skies
scans ail meet with Mrs T. W. Hanson
at 2 p: m. Circle No. 5 with Mrs. <
Aima Frost as leader will meet ; t s
like radar in .- :
pull better with Mrs. W. C. Bryan, with Mrs. t ;-
Frost assisting, at 1:30 p. m.
Nightengale\ Circle with Mrs. D. L. : ': .r ti. ;
pictures set !
on your Thompson, Jr.. as leader, will meet rI
with Mrs. Raymond Starnes at

7:30 p. m. The Rebeccas, with

ROTATES AUTOMATICALLY FA AIMS YOUR ANTENNA 1 1U Mrs. William Few as leader, will ,3' .., .
r meet with Mrs. Thomas Elmore
to track down the best straight at the ending :at Keystone Club Estates at 8 p. ,
possible picture on every tower of the, chann) I ; : :' ,

,1\ channel. .. "A,: .* -ii- you want. ..2 m.The ffllowlng are the new of-

J'cers,of the Church: New mem- ; r
"ttentft' YOU UYl tV TICSJIU/ with weak or snowy picture and READ: WHAT ACTUAL USEBS UT! bers of the Board of' Trustees H ,/t ..
,,"{boiti ca 10 Bitty eainntlil Like most people, you'ra probably Hudrtd ./ ttewandi ,/CDR Rotors elected for a three-year term are
In AlocAtioa where TV lipuli com from Many direction* 'an mow in tat **d in TV" ltd f tie* R. A. ,Gaunt, Frank Harris, and
=: sot jut the one your antenna .was let up te face. creat jiut likt yaurs.M6H / Robert Hendry. Retiring membersare

WHAT n DO AltffT ITt Make your antenna work 3 or 4 times more STATIONS ItTTU HCTttHI. We bate John Ellis, Donald Pangborn,
tfficiiBtly and brine U the tat possible picture from any 'lots of company from far and near, ant and Frank Walrath. Also electedfor "
direction. Watt you need is the TV barrel that causes your they all uy we get mor station and three years are these membersof .5'S i: : -
antenna to.Circle and Detect'like Radar-the CDR ROTOR. have a better picture than they do. The the Board of Stewards: James '
CAST AS OXMWlTUttl: Here's all you do to pull in clearer CM aoroa can not be beat." McEachern Herbert Sargent, and
'Ih per,stronger pictures -Mn.C.J.Macaw Apttow.Kuum William Warren. Retiring members -

"STATIONS WE MEVU BIEAMI OF HTTIW. come are Edjnund Dwyer William,
1. funs Andy Jry Direction, Selector CDS' haw i
w u
tq.JUtue Control Caainet.L p .a in clean and clear.We never received ml Reynolds Jr., and David Nelson. Factories are turning out more new Chevrolets every day. More proud new Chevy owners
pleasure out of TV till wf got the new Hetherington will take ,
James time to dealer for fast delivery and a favorable deal ll!
Bob*., tin 6&i) ./ your roo/.utuu turns it in a.oneyfet. 'o>a Koroa.Curt CM*.B'lIlo..IL, over the duties of treasurer re taking to the road. Now's the see your ,

arch tU y.* ese ifo flttvrt clarr.C1aanft', i'/ r" smeoNOEi if MICH IIItaidL' ttem I placing William Baker retiring I that its class in the latest
The pickings couldn't be better. All smaller transmission tunnel for more engine won
though my antenna U a very food one, I treasurer. '
,,1 Lift your' fngtr fan Ue Sthcter and your .atnG auto couldn't ret a true, sharp Imsfe. Sine These new officers will be installed I 18 of Chevrolet's sizzling new models foot room. Mobilgas Economy Run. ,,
[utfooUy tock t. ,.alUoa. installing a CDR) aoToa. my pictures are at the Church Service next for '60 are now rolling off the assemPridepleasing style-combines good Coil springs at all. 4 wheels-for'!

Simple, taut it? 8e why settle for halt..., TV! Pall in All clearer aharper,steadier. My set behave!' Sunday by Dr. Holt. _, bly lines again-in greater numbers looks with good sense. kind of silent, satiny ride' you'd
the chan&aU year act b equipped to receive-with a thrifty like a brand new one, even though the The Board of Stewards will hold ..' than ,ever before. Your dealer's Hew Economy Turbo-fire V8-gets expect only in the most expeasw
CDK KOTOS.- nearest TV station is over.JI..TUat.45 mild aw.JltlRa .,." its monthly meeting on January' .waiting with all the details, including up to 10% more miles on a gallon. maker

Mica. 19 at 7:30: p. m. Both new and re- a long,list of pluses that will.prove to Widest choice of engines and trans- Quicker stopping Safety-Master
tiring members will attend. This you the only way to buy a car for less Il igjc s-ao other ear gives you a brakes-built with Chevy' ever-

NOW Sfartg'efling: / will be an organizational meeting than this low-priced Chevy is to buy choice of 24 power teams to satisfy faithful dependability! they deliver
RO'TO'R and officers for the coining year ... a lot less car:'' the most finicky driving foot. surer stops with less

perfect. TV pictures wrll be .elected: .' Ecosfef- Bodj by Rsber-with! 25% 1li1briftthe '60 version .of the pedal preeaun..a m"J
'with a r :I I 1 1iI'LJIIWI First Baptist Church News:

AM U ITICTI UK!L&lua On Tuesday,' Jan. 12, the Wo- .., 11.&

raen's' Missionary Union held : l local authorized Chevrolet here
their monthly meeting which was Now fast delivery, fatotatte deals! See your -, ,

1 folowed by a covered-dish dinner

1nW Y afNT iwNM. I in. 'On.the Sunday Educational afternoon Building., Jan. 24,

Coo Inc.
Goldwire Service/if .Shepherd Radio & TV Festival at 2 p. m.of. the the Associational Santa Fe Baptist Music Cate Hendry ,

Association will hold their yearly -

226 {Y. CALL ST. 135 E. CALL ST. festival at the First Baptist 21frWEST STREET : STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE WO'4-2011

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TTYYTTTTTYYYYYTTTYYTT'. business meeting. nounced that the- Melrose PTA I vmT- I vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvmv ,
,son. Martin Chambers of JackIsonville ,
was the Sunday luncheon guest of f A3.c Winston Kelley arrived
Mrs. Wolf gave a ,talk on the now has on hand $712.68 I were the weekend, guests i i Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Andrews. node from Texas on Monday for
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MELROSEContinued organization, and work Special guests included Mrs.Turnbull's i I Mrs. II
purposes EVERGREENBy I BROOKER ,, of Mr And E. W. Hodges Sr.,j Friends will be sorry to hear I a furlough with his parents Mrs.

....&.. ..... .& .&. of the Episcopal Women a new I, mother, Mrs. Tilton' i Dave Green is.'home from the i that Opal Lewis Rae, daughter of !Doris Kelley and Clyde Kelley.
name for the old organization)and County School Board ,member Sirs. Sybil Criffis By Barbara Sue Davis hospital and able to be back at.Mrs. John Lewis burned to death Dedication Services '
( from Page 7) called the "Women's Auxiliary.1 :Mrs. Loubelle Long. I I
I s,&1JyaA41u i4 ....... work, :in her home in Hazel Hurst
Ball < .&...&..&.&A..A..&. Ga. I Rev. L. L. Parker announced to-
A question and, answer period Masquerade I -
Allen Lewis of Gainesville visited
culture. His talk was informative followed. Then the entire group A Masquerade ball will be held I Mr, and 'Mrs. T F. Gasldns attended 'We to'hear'' ttiat'Mrst I:; his mother Mrs. Amanda Lewis -- (i during the holidays. Opal was t cay that Rev. Marvin V. Stedhan
-are ,
for of this where sorry! reared. in the Ziff,section and had
women area camellias jof: Palatka will be guest speaker
went to the Woman's Club, where Saturday January 16. at the church services at Spring' '
T. B. EdwardS is in the Alachua Friday-afternoon of last week. I many friends and relatives here.r .
are widely grown. ist the dedication of and
812P. Bank Church in new pews
they had luncheon served 'by the Parish House from m. Green Cove I
Hostesses for the occasion were Club Women. Dress for the occasion will be for- Springs oa Sunday. General,.Hospital in Gainesvilleand Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and ;She was the sister of Mrs. Pitt I|:a piano at the New River Baptist
Mesdames Allen Graham, R. F. : wish, her a speedy recovery I granddaughter Cindy and Mr. Baxter.. I j I 10th.
Mrs. Albert Spires, president of mal, semi-formal, or costume. 1 Miss Yvonne Gaskins of Jack. !|Church on Sunday, Jan.
Mr. Mrs. N. J. Blalock Wilbur
Simmons E. H. Eland H. W. and I and Mrs. Andrews attended Jack-i
Tyler the Melrose Episcopal Women Dunnellon Dumps Melrose, 66-62 aonvilie visited her parents Mr children of i Miss Lucretia Combee of i! After services there will be an
R. H. Kelley. C. L Tolles and thanks all who helped make this Still smarting, from their first. i and Mrs.,T. F..Gaskins, last.week-I Ii night guests Madison of 'were Mr. and the Sunday Mrs.-.j'j,church services at Antioch on sonville was home with her par- |'old fashion dinner on the grounds
Edna Williams. i' Sunday night. !! '
meeting success.. Thirty nine women defeat of the season at the handsof 'W.; R'Bigham.'Jr Tnts, Mr. and Mrs. 'Warren Mi- aitdThepublic is invited to participate. -
The next meeting will be held endMr. ; Gene Andrews of Jacksonville zelle for the weekend. '
were present., the Bronson Eagles the Mel- ., and Mrs. Charlie Gaskinsof '-vMr. and Mrs. J. L.. Whittle and ;J : I .
January with the program PTA rose,'Bulldogs met defeat for the Avon Park visitedfriends andrelatives
-and Mr.
sons, and Mrs. Lloyd
based on the The Public Affairs be Department I' "'What PTA Is" was the topicof ;second time in as many tries when here on New Year's clay. Wood t>f Jacksonville. were the i I" '
topic will "Se- Dunnellon to them Johnny Gaskins of Mcdehny
Mrs. William Turnbull, guest managed edge weekend of 'I -
guests the W. E. Big.
minole: Indians of the Everglades." l speaker' at the monthly meetingof 66-62 Friday night on the Melrose spent the New Year. week "with ham, Jr.* family. I[ .

Film and photographs, will be Turnbull court. Previous to the Bronson Lane Gaskins. I ,
the Melrose PTA. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E..Bigham Jr. : ) : 0I
Shown.Episcopal. Women is.chairman of, the County Council game, the Bulldogs were riding jMr. and Mrs C. S. Mqsley of :a.d-children were in Jacksonville i i f I

PTA. She explained the objectives high with seven straight wins. Jacksonville visited Mr. and. .Mrs. to visit Mrs. Bigham's brother; B.F.Guests.of I I '

Mrs. J. EL Wolf Jr., presidentof of the PTA and how to attain -I Melrose took:an ,early, lead and Zxjvin Redding on Sunday' evening Paducah, Ky., who is :,I pr GET !'
the Women of the /AWAUNTIEINo! BECAU TCOflflVl
Episcopal them. She stressed the point was ahead 18-16 at the end of the h I IT FOR YOUTOMORROW >J
visiting with their parents, Mr. 6EAUNTIE r CAMTCHA Otf MY WAX TO SHOP |
Diocese of honor ; A."t' j
was guest -
that the PTA may not interfera first 'quarter. The Bulldogs were Mr; and Mrs. Herbert Redding II MAKE
and Mrs. I>'L. Hardee Sr.. WOWTCHA BtlEVE
at the January meeting of the with school policies. They may offer hampered by fouls and the Tigers and two daughters of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. I '80V ME ACHOCXATE BAXTER / I Z ASKED YA City I tish &
Episcopal Women of the Trinity most of theil" free shots. 'Mr. and Mrs. St. YESTERDAY
suggestions: that is all. made the Springs and and son Billy were in Orlandoon // \ ,
Church of Melrose. Other guestsof In the absence of both the pre- By halftime, Dunnellon' had 'gained CInir Mosley of Jacksonville visit business on Thursday of .last ; t3AR i Meat Market

the Melrose Organization were sident W, E. Moore, and vice- the lead and led by three ed Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Reddingand I

the Episcopal Women of St. An- president, Rev. :M. H. Breyfogle, points 32-29. family, week.Mr.. and Mrs.. M. D. Harrell and
ne's Church Keystone heights. 1 The outplayed the Ti- .Mrs. F t' r : :
the meeting was conducted by Bulldogs Redding.'s mother Mrs. daughter. Sharon. attended the '
Corporate Communion celebrated Melrose School principal Clarence gers in the third quarter to makeit Palsy Pringle' is .staying .with'her "iSth birthday- anniversary dinner

by the Rev. M. H. Brey- Holden. No important decisions tied at 46-46 going into the for a while.. for Mrs. J. W. Eddie in Waldo on
ogle, opened the session, and was were made. fmal quarter. However as time Mrs--.J., R. Lloyd of Phoenix. Sunday afternoon-;' ( i &
followed by Coffee then short the with the aid Ariz is In Jacksonvillewith
a Treasurer Murray Sipprelle an- ran out Tigers visiting Mrs. Paul Emmory and son,
:- of free throws, managed to slip her daughter'and IiJnlaw.Mr. Mike, of Satsuma'are'visiting Mrs.Emmory'S z; 91

by. and Mrs. Clyde' C. Griff. Jr., mother :Mrs.. .Eva Har- e w. .
I The Melrose girls took the girls and their baby.. ..
rell for \few'days. Mike is also
game, 45-30, to make it four wins Mr. and Mrs Clyde Onus, Sr. visiting with Miss Sharon HarrelL: U. S. CHOICE SMOKEDCHUCKROAST1b45c
four losses for the season. Jacksonville
against were on Saturday
Miss Dottie Sue the
Kelley was
I Virginia Ford led the Melrose las- family, Mr. andMrs.. R. F, Tyson Weekend guest of Misses. Nancy Ib

sies with 19 points, followed by and Mr Griffis mother, Mrs. and Marsha Green in Jacksonville. PICNICS 29c
A.'; I .- -- teammates Laurelle Jones and Lucinda Griffis.
Mr. and'Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr.
( ,
U' j -- ( I Carol Hurst with 12 apiece.In Mr. and.Mrs. Eugene McDonald ., --
Mrs; Mal'1"Green, Mrs., Bessie
the Melrose's Lar- and and Walker U. CHOICE FRESH FLA.
boys game children Gary
Brown and: Mrs. 'T. W. Markey
ry Cooper who currently: is the all of Jacksonville,'were weekend visiting-
Mrs. Greenon
top scorer in the area led his team guests of your reporter: were Thursday Palatka.. CHUCK STEAK lb55c Ib

with 19 points, followed by team We are sorry ,to report that Mr. and Mrs. R-' K. Dukes of FRYERS 29c
Eiute Calvin O'Steen. also in the 01. We
f-- -g31 r==:: Biother Leslie McClellan is Lake Butler and Mrs. T.>W Mar- ,

top ten in the area, who had 11 wish him a speedy'recovery. Jeeywerein Jacksonville shoppingon SMOKED 1A or Whole Sides -
markers. Mark Gaboardi hits in Folks, don't forget 'our Schoolof
Wednesday of last week.
the double .column as he chip- Missions at :evergreen Baptist Mrs. Wilson Green 'Jackson- By The Piece'

ped in 10 points and did a. fine Church from-January 24 through
ville the SUnday' overnight
job on rebounds. January 29. If your church is not guest was of Mr. and Mrs.,Dave Green. BACON Ib 2Sc PIG TAILS 2 Ib 2Sc

Billy Waugh of Dunnellon was having this event, .yoU are welcome Kenneth Green and Miss Mary
in'area, led his team at
DnnE FEATaaE5 S7 top scorer to attend these meetings Roe of Wildwood were,'the Sunday
tossed 24 points through the the Evergreen Baptist Church.HEIL&RONN. afternoon guests of. Miss Shirley -

"Since we got insulation from 'Starke Builders Supplies hoops. It was Dunnellon's 13th Green. 5-

I have to stick my head out:the window to see if it is win against a single loss. e.vmVVYYmvvmmVVn Miss Carolyn McDavid of Jacksonville FRESH SPARE RIBS .. Ib 29c

really cold." Melrose will be on the road was\ home with her par- .
they take on the
Friday night as
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDavid, \
Ft. White five at Ft White. This:
for the weekend.Mr. .
will be a return game, as the Bulldogs -: Mft. McCarthyttvvtwtivtivv7AVt7VVV SOUTHERN MERITA or TIP TOP
By Harvey' and Mrs. Udell Vouyhor of SUNSHINE
them earlier in the
I ,.. lake Butler were visiting relatives Cello Wrapped
taking both boys' and

I f[,Melrose i Howdy Neighbors, sorry I'missed here Mr.on and Sunday'Mrs. Bobby afternoon.Branner jof BREAD 2 Loaves -29c 1 ibbox 29cv

Repair writing for you last week and Palatka were the weekend guestsof

t COMMUN1T1 CHURCH' purely hope' you missed the her parents, Mr.,and Mrs. Roy
II Add Rooms | KEYSTONE HEIGHTS column. Green.
--- Carport Congratulations and best wishes Mrs. Lottie Dolphin of Cof-
I Dr. Albert C. Holt, Minister
I are extended to Miss Jean. Moore fee Springs, Alabama visited her rJ
Bath Room j Mrs. J. L. HetheringtonI daughter of Mr..and' Mrs. Cor-, sister Mrs: N J. Davis; last week
Organist and Choir Director
I nelius Moore, who became the and left Wednesday for Lakeland
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morn-
i f lovely bride'of Gene Norman son where she will remain for the 1pYE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES
(INCIi UDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX5 ,\ing Worship 11:00: aon.FHtST ;, ;,
of Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman, winter with her daughter, Mrs. Q.

TUR$) .. \!* I BAPTIST CBURcllI qi Dec.22 at the.Baptist,parson:. I R-i SQt !. 553: g j __ li
I f" ate in Lawtey.A 'Mrs.Guy arrell-and daughterswere
WMS meeting of Heilbronn in Gainesville Saturday on

i R. Smith,' pastor; Ralph Church Ladies -was held at the business.Mr. .
Copeland Minister of Music and church recently for a business and Mrs. Carl Sievers and -
church organist meeting and program., Mrs. OtisT. -. .. .
Services;, Sunday School, 9:45a. : .-Jones, president, presided during
BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. the short business meeting

Training Union 7 p. m. Evening I prior to the scriptural program. -

WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. services 8 p. m. ''under the direction of pour re- .; ;f."' t 6EVE

"Make church worship a family porter.: In the business session, I

affair." mission work of the community y SHOW ERfJ
-- --- I fur
I state, and abroad was discussed. :
7 I.
.. Again may we ask you to give Blessed event for bud9etsFORIYS
your old Christmas cards to' one
or, the W. :M. S. ladies so that they l

I ... ran be given to',me if if is not

convenient for you to do'-so. Also
f they may be left at the church;

These cards will be sent overseas
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for work
among small children, *"-- \ /
Please all remember messages, to signatures'erase or etc.cutout r'i.: .' 'The Economy Choice of a lifetimeTwo new Fords. Two new low. rice fields. .

Everyone having coupons that ;> ,- '
1.I 1. have' been saved for the Children's. V40: Two wonderful new ways to w o The Finest 'pWs ;
,! A
a Home are urged to give them to ";" "':; l.J '..
Mrs Jimmie Lee. These will 'be ". :

sent to the Home where they will .
'fQf i
be used for a very worthy cause!' l.t!,-, Zi"*& Yk

All coupons are acceptable.I ,

Mrs.-- Glen Norman served as

r secretary, keeping the minutes of;

the meeting. *?** Those participating in the all

scriptural program were Miss Far'I. _
tricia Jones and Miss Judy Morgan _
Mrs. Otis T. Jones. Mrs. R. _
L. Morgan, Mrs. Frank Norman _

Mrs. Glen Norman. Mrs. Tate _

Crosby and your reporter.Rev. .

Otis T. Jones, pastor of

Heilbronn,_Church, urges you and
II S your family to visit and worship' 1 x

with us on-Sunday' and for prayer .' f ; i& .

I 'meetings on Wednesday evenings ,


Very happy to report:"that Mrs. ... &.....1 500 ,
fA faif1141
Harold Norman's mother, Mrs. i s" < .. ]' 1960.fO RD =t. the
IIly-siye burl t
Myra Rafuse came home twinDoctor's : r-f r-- : ,} % the large econo dollar ever .
I con31dcr Per ,
Hospital in Starke on I row 15 the ma t car e-ar styli n g .
I Il ere eg.
-last* week. We wish one fi00. Mina yoU -nomies li\.7!
Wednesday of Fur lane 500.! onAcO nited
her a' speedy recovery.Mr. 'The it
dou .
: and"Mrs; Lamar Reddish .-" SS5S! \ fe .:SEl esy

-4e ,;,. '. have moved -to south Florida for fORD fA lCOtdrir alaTgt ,4 s14 Zs :
t : orcl and mufltcrs ice news.
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ccveial weeks. We ::will miss them big Pi ecoaom'1a
. econoUlJ-5. brinS! 10U r F0 rd
nciu it 500 die
able they are 'away and will be \etesbocb Fau1aomT a ac pick ,. huts ss
\ Now :: Ford. ford Falcoto$124. f O cane sage t t w g
looting forward to return. the .
r s'u
1 FUSE-POPPINS .their eco IS .. Its up Come and yes yo .
'Mr. and Mrs. ,Denver Derrick 'ThencYi tceonoIDYpassenger .car the COU1pact field.s. t"in that 5a'e.ord; Dea1tr'1. .
of Islamorada visited' with your : ka"s Westp asienget can In of ,tgular usual at"qanotha.

OCTOPLUGSr"'Tl reporter and her family recently.: S S.I \ less -to t P tniles on a cal v1 to n are )ow. You can fORDDIV Ott. -! ,-

Mr. and Mrs.>Devrtck are formerly It&oCS up' and Tep air .
plug-ugly can mess up your entire house. He plagues easy your lUSura'can;wmpan.atrdn&
a ) of Starke and were the owners Ser\i 15!)% on
homes that have low Horsepower. He strangles your electrical . of-Farm Home and :Auto' Supply! even save aP t is the one %neriGD drinno Economy choice of a 6fe6me ,

appliance chokes off the full flow of current shrinks your TV before: making,their home at Isla I .' And'thc fak\h11 P roved for fit and alL in the wonderful New Wcrfd of 1 6Q '

and makes lights flicker.' that"* 6 plc 1up ,
: "_ picture morada. : rooua fa ', pd.... .f "
when really need Mr' :and Mrs. Ri: C. :". btfC' : ,
Don't try to get by with extension cords you .. Davenport rJ .
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more outlets and branch} circuits to get top efficiency and of Bedford.. Va. are visiting with _
lee sao siAlTT nn rw .
peak economy from your electrical"servants. their son-in-law and .daughter;; ___ -ri f \_..__,_..RK-II. ;
: .
I P 'Stop Irving wUhTOctophiss! For wiring check-up without.. ';-, grandson.Mr. and Mrs.Morris Morris'Jr..Carter-and their their "" '.: -a-- .,. # ; I --. J-4 ...J."v.'.,.....

obligation,call your Electrical Contractor now. ._ ,. .' ,
many friends in the community: -- r_ amT +- -. ,.
/ FULLHOUSEPQWER lets you enjoy all the benefits, Mrs. Carter and son Morris Jfv *. -. tpar OWBT, or t n.uGI_iaEoza i .ts1'_ fAlCOf-.u( luc -..:-_ : "'I "'1 f

of modern Florida firing-Better.Living,Electrically. spent the Christmas holidays with '- S
her parents Bedford and they ,/
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-(The Marl of FULL lOUS PoWER is 100-200 amp service > returned home' with her for la'

's R grn we,put enough circuits and convenient witches and outlets. visit. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

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POWER & LIGHT CO. ':- Welt euess'thatY about aH for .

-FLORIDA. this week. news is short. May the ", -- .. ., 206.! W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLORIDAt
H.pillfiid florida lever loving Lord bless and protectleach 'k

I I of you bye. now. j .



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.VYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYT ]{Kirk's mother, Mrs. Maggie A. and family of Avon Park visited I i joyed several sightseeing trips i Danville Naval 'Air Station. ''Baggett.I pastor of the church. I II i j I outdoor weiner roast at the home AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPINE

II Ratledge, who is 89 years old and Mrs. Saunders parents, Mr. and curing their visit .-here. ,Mrs. D. L. McPherson and Mrs.! iciatuig. The couple's 'attend-i i of Mrs. Martin last Friday night. .

GRAHAM( { I lives in Middletown Del. They Mrs. J B. Carter, last weekend. I I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson lessie Mae Wilkinson were business -:I II I ants were, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis The hostesses served marchmai- LEVEL

I were touring the country and Mrs Verda Johns returned home : and family visited Sunday with visitors in Jacksonville last'1 Broussard of Maxville. :MrsCope. lows and punch to the children

ftlra. stopped to worship with us. last Wednesday afternoon after :i Mrs. Grace Herrick in Jacksonvilleand Tuesday. land also attended the wedding. I assisted by Mrs. O. E. Crosby. Sirs. H. M. HcIUe ,
John McKinneyoulaaailaalaaaaavaa.a. I
We thought that most farmers spending several days at the bed- enjoyed dinner with,her. Mrs. Vince Taylor of Norfolk I Miss Copeland was born and:': Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Outlaw' ttAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAA'Rev.

had quit the old-time way of tide-of her son. Azure. He is now Gary Bennion left Monday, Va. anife;,Sunday to stay with raised in Maxville and Baldwin.Mr. cf Lacrosse were dinner guests of

Mr. Leonard farming with horse-drawn plows feeling. better and is on the way Jan. 11th, -for duty in Quonset her parents, Mr and Mrs. F. B- I Meyer attended school in Cleveland their uncle and aunt, Mr. and H. I> Gorman of Tampa
McKinney of Gain-
and such equipment, but two men to recovery. Point. R.. I. with the U. S. Navy. Coleman, while her husband is on Ohio and is presently sta- Mis. Pierce Crews, on Sunday. I II filled the pulpit at Pine Level

e\1Ile and Mrs. Lynett English of ,time to our house Saturday asking Welcome to our new neighbors, Miss Violet Burnsed is improving sea duty ,with the JJ. S. Navy. 'I uoned with the U. S. Navy in I I I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M.1and- ;i Church last Sunday morning'and
Wauchula married in Folks-
were if Jim had any plows or any I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart, who after having her tonsils removed Buddy Ledoux recently spent a Cecil Field. The young couple are children were in Green Cove : evening in the absence of the
ton, Ga. 8 Justice I
on by
oilier old tools, even to a grubbinghoe have recently moved into their In the St. Vincent's hos- veekend in Memphis, Tenn. with i waking their home -with Mr: and Springs last Saturday afternoon to pastor. Rev. W. E. Hall, who was
of the Peace J. R. Sr. I
Harper. They got the last two plowson t new house. rital. Misses Jewel North and I friends. lIw .s. Henry Griffis and family visit relatives and transact business Kuest speaker at West Hollywood
They will make their home in
the place, and one grubbinghoe. I We are sorry W report that our Bunnie Stokes stayed with her Miss Suevilla Looney spent last for the present. Baptist Church. Rev. E. R. Bow

. Gainesville where Mr. McKinney They must not be afraid of I pianist, Mrs. Rita Tilly is in the one day while she was convales weekend in Green Cove Springs II Friends of Mrs. C. B. Nolan will i Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby were I i I ers, formerly of starke is pastor
is employed by Southern Bell \ .
Telephone Co. ork. Pne was a Mr. Johns., Lake Butler'Hospital Visiting Mrs. dug. with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and regret to learn of the death of visiting in Jacksonville and Gain-i there and assisted in the dedi-

: Jim and Bessie Strickland spent I Tilly on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs; Clifford Sumner Mrs. Harrison Church. her niece and her niece's husband !esville on Sunday afternoon. i cation of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis of
Johnny '
part: of Sunday with the James Mr. and Mrs Harold Alvarez, Mrs. and Mrs. Ronnie Dixon and ,son. Revival At Holiness Church Mr. and Mrs. L. E. :Martin of Mi- I Friends of Bill Rivers will be i I James Hall of Dublin. Ga. stopped -
Ocala spent the weekend with Mr.
I Griffis family at Lawtey going in I Alma Thompson and Mr. and Cliff, moved to Baldwin on Tues- Revival services will begin at :crni, in a private. plane crash near i glad to know that he and Mrs. : by for a short visit with the

and Mrs. John McKinney. Dinner the afcernon to see James' father, Mrs. Oscar Carter. I day where they will make their the Congregational Holiness Tallahasse on New Year's day. i Uvers have returned to theirI i Hall family on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

guests of the McKinneys were "Son" Gl iUis. an old friend: and i i I Our gratitude is expressed to home. Church here on Sunday, Jan.'{They were killed along with an- :home near Long Bridge. They I j J. W. Thomas of Starke
Mr and Mrs. Leonard McKinneyand I II '
lelative of Jim. 'Both of these |Mrs. Blaine Thompson for the inspirational 1 Mrs. Dorothy Waters and sons, 24th, with the Rev. E. P. Cox, other: couple Mr. and Mrs. Bill Appreciate: having their friends end Sirs. Betty Jackman and

daughter of Gainesville.Mr. families, and many others in that music and solo represented Ed and Bubble, visited in Mac- church moderator from Gaines-;I Perm owners of the plane. call on them. i children Keystone Heights were

ksonville. ,and Mrs. Ernest Ortages of. section, have some nice berry in the church services Sun- dcnny last Sunday with Mrs. ville,' Ga.. conducting the services.\: Funeral services were held in Mimi Coy Alvarez of Palatka spent,II visitors of Mrs. Russell Thomas

were visiting Mrs.Ortages' ,patches as well .as plenty of 'day. Water's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. tt will end with the 5th Sunday I :-. on Tuesday, Jan. 5th. I the weekend with his parents. Mr. last week.

mother. Mrs. Kate Starling :greens. I The Association minutes are at L. Rehberg.Mr. meeting held at the same churchon ; and Mis. T. G. Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles of
on Sunday. j Attendance in Training Union !I the church for the use of teachers ants!'Mrs. Bob Nolan of Seville 'Sunday, Jan. 31st, with din- ..yy ... I Mrs. R. S..... Rosier of Lowell' Waycross, Ga: spent the entire

We are very ,sorry to report !has improved some although there and officers. Their use will keep visited in Maxville last Mon ner on the grounds. The public I "FARMI rpent the weekend with her holiday season here with Mrs. Al-

that Robert Cain of Gainesville is were just 26 present Sunday night. I everyone Informed of all phases day with Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Is invited to attend these services. 1 1I I! STATE daughter, Mrs. Clarice Thompson. ina Starling and other relatives.
sick. Robert is the oldest son of
: We had 63 in Sunday School, an I of chw.ch work and these persons Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish andfamily. The Maxville Civic Club held a Neighbors and friends of the
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cain of -
j increajEe.of four over the last few I are urged to read the minutes. free tur.ey dinner for the com- : Adam Green family join in extending -
01 r.ham. I Mrs. E.
,Sundays. Our Beginner class Avon Mr: and Mrs. Millard Strickland munity ori.New Year's Eve and it By O. CrosbyVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA their sympathy to the
Also the, sick list Jack I 'WiLLiAMSJEWELRY I
on ,the banner again. attended the Youth Rally last tinned out to' be' very successful. 1 family 'in the loss of Mr. Green f
and Lefevers. twin of *YYY'n1 1tTaTV17IIAI'YIPTON.y '
Johnny sons We wish to 'correct a mistakein. Saturday at the Manntown Hoii-, Commissioner Joe Hammond and I'last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefevers. We Mrs.. Walter Alvarez and Mrs.T. '
.last week's report. The Beginners iiess Church. The 'Green Core Mr. Adams 'attended. i The Baptist Associational Music
wish both Robert Cain and the G. Alvarez were hostesses at a
.!: won the attendance banner Springs and Southside Holinesschurches' The community deeply regrets I Festival will meet at the Bayliss
Iiefevers twins a speedy recovery.Mr. 3tcrk Shower honoring Mrs. Sammy -
hon Jan. 3 also, but through error ,, won the'banners.We that Mr. Jessie Williamson has I Highway church on Sunday afternoon WATCHES DIAMONDS
1'- -
L D. Huffaker of Miami, Alvarez last Wednesday night.
\ve reported that the Juniors won By Air.-n. IL attna..asau.a.aaia., all hate to see Tom Kloster- loft the J & D Truck Stop, due to I at 2:30 p. m. Everyone is invited !' REPAIRS
who owns a home here, has arrived About twenty-five guests enjoyedthe I
1 it on that date. roan )eav here. He will have to ill health, and sincerely wish hima
in Graham. We are happy .. evening. Games were played : to attend this occasion and' All Work GuaranteedA.
We class report for]! duty at a California
i have named our "The speedy recovery.MeyerCopeland .
to have him here, if only for a Sunbeams and our class verse is Council Discusses Parking. Navy:.Base. in February. WeddingMrs r with prizes won by Mrs. Bertice l enjoy the fine singing. -I C. Williams
fhort time. We will also be happyto ( .Jones and Mrs. Dorothy Dowdy. I!
; "Let your light shine before men." Town Hall. Floor Repair Mrs.: -Dorothy Kilgore and I 142 W. Call St.
Gladys Copeland
announces -
welcome his family when they Refreshments were served after
daughter ; Misses I THE MIGHT rOZNY for tht i
I I -Matt. 5:14. Very little business came before Mary, Shirley : Starke Fla.
the manage of her daughter ,
to Graham. Mrs. Alvarez opened the
move I the Hampton city eouncii1 at their Higginbotl and 'Patty Parrish, many way you Write Come in and w.i
The Graham Baptists t had their Iwyyyyyyyyyyyw.w.wwYYY-YYI regular meeting at Hampton City and :Mrs.'fary attended the basketball Edith Marie, to Joseph. Meyer lovely gifts she received from. the Sect your favorite ESTERBROOK Formerly Roberts Jewelry

revival meeting last week and a son of Mr. and Mrs. JosephC. guests.Mis.. Fountain Pen 'TELEGRA1tl1.ALVARE1' I .
hall on Tuesday evening, January game in iarke last Thursday
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of 14216 Sylvia St.,
large crowd attended each night. f 5.Council. nigliyf between Baldwin Meyer Wilma Peeples, Mrs. Carolyn I
Cleveland Ohio. The weddingwas -
Rev S. E. Sparks of Starke conducted Starke. "
discussed and Mrs. Monteen
members Crosby !
the services each night. solemnized in Starke: on Wednesday Men' Clothing

Rev. George Tison filled his regular I t I I i| By Mrs.. John CowartlAAAAAAAAAAJ.AAAAAAAAkAA parking on the main street and weeks!Roy Jimeson radar is attending a two Dec. 23 at the 1st Christ-I Martin entertained their primary! llI ST(Jilt Established 1S94r7TT IIII III

service meeting on Sunday urged the marshal to discourageany school l at the Jack- ian Church with the Rev. Bob L. Sunday School classes with an i .
overnight parking on the I .......
morning I Sirect. I ? _
The inspirational speaker on : .
.... Repair of the floor of the town f
Prayer f\leeting.night was Brother 1 1I
I hall also came up for ,discussion 1
Marvin V. Stedham of Palatka,
and the council authorized repaircf
HILL I regional missionary of the New
the spot where there has been
: River Association.' His message termite damage. WE EXTEND TO YOU

was enjoyed by ,all present.Congratulations .
bj Airs. J. L. StrickUnilAAAAAAAAAAj I Hampton's allotment of the cigarette .
: to Miss Ola! i

....... .i .. Morgan. and Cauthorn Padgett tax: for the month of Octo- ','_'t i
ber 1959 came to $104.20.
who were united in marriage at I i
A few Sundays ago our Beginner Present for the meeting were:
the home of the groom's parents: ,
Class in Sunday School was I 'Cotp} il chairman C. Dennison:
L. C.: Padgett, on
Mr. and Mrs.
so rude it was difficult to manage Councilmen C.: R. Cox D. E. Hill A
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. CORDIAL INVITATION
them, so one of our little boys G P. Wadsworth: Mayor M. L.
: Attention: WMU Brotherhood
took of his belt and insisted that Watterson. Clerk W.H. Maxwell,
will meet on the last Wednesday' .
we use it on all the class-except and Marshal Leon Sauls.
[ night of each month. The GA, RA,
him. Of course we didn't. I Registration Books Open .

Well, one day last week Jim Sun-I Registration books are now open

Strickland decided he would burn for new voters, for the primary

small place near our house without !I ranizcd is urged at to this be present time. Each since family this election in May. Books for the TO VISIT US IN OUR NEW STARKE 10CATlONf

notifying the fire department, in Hampton precinct, No. 5, are at ..
I will, officially, be family night r _J,. .
it would make lit- not
thinking just a HorneVj Grocery. Any voters
: church. A covered dish supper t
tle smoke. Well, in a few minutes previously registered in this precinct c ? .
will be served. The time will be
he had the whole country smoked are urged to register while "
later. On February 10,
up-blaze going higher than the announced the books are open here, through 'J'"
Associational workers will be """' "'" ,
pine saplings. The eighborS the the month of April. .-*- :

thought the whole counry: was here to help in this work. To b,.* eligible! to vote in the primary %, l'
and Mrs. Oscar Carter werevisiting .. .. .
afire and so did the me;i it .the McGuinn.Eaibna ,I election, a voter must be a 1 "*-i* ,; ;;; Ii
fire station, so in a lit:'e while Mrs. I resident of Florida 'for 'one year t'j :
and Mrs. Laura
here comes the fire fight ers-just arid a resident of Bradford county .
to learn that the fire uis about in Lake Butler last week. I for, six months. ':
and Mrs. Leamon Norman
burned out and no harm done. Mr. I 11'ereonals icit

We wonder if they would have and son. Danny, and Mrs. Garland j: Mrs. Marklee Norman is convalescing -
returned to their home
used Robert's belt on him, if they Norman I at home this week after '

had had !it handy? Bet they would .n Miami on Friday.and Mrs. George jl I being in Bradford County Hospital ,A"

have.. Buddie Wilkinson had the Mrs Lois Carter ':'in Starke for five days last week.
Shulforci baby were shop-
men come Saturday and help him : Saturday i Mr and Mrs. Frank Wolf '

do his burning and Jim will pro- ping in Jacksonville ;!'and daughter spent last week .

bably notify them too, next time. afternoon. visited :visiting relatives and friends in

Clarence Knight preached for Mrs. Katherine Jackson Sponholz in Gainesville Covington, Va; '

the Clay Hill church Sunday evenIng j Mrs. Geneva Monday. J Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon A .

and visited the Stricklands last Gaskins and daughters visited in Hamptonlast : ,:- i"
last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. visited weekend, and moved some of. .: ,:-

Visitors at our preaching service -II I i and family of mother Macclenny, Mrs. Jean';I', their furniture stored here to the' 3 T .

last Sunday morning included -I i Mr. Gaskin's I new home they recently purchased

Mr. and Mrs. Meritt C. Kirk Gaskins, Sunday afternoon. Ii Tampa. Glenn McIntosh and .. '
Ralph Saunders .:n .. .. : : ; :>. .
from Kirkwood, Del. and Mi-s. [ Mr. and Mrs., ,j Clyde Rhame also made the trip ,...,..........+.,, '-1.- -.- ,-,.-.-to-: :- "' ". >",-h -_ .'
_10.- to Tampa on Saturday to help .. ,- "". -, .......,-.".. ,<-"."' .,_.,..."!;. !r4!'..../J.1!" '. .,. -'w.(' -<:I., ..,...:. "'., .. ,-. .
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them move. ; ;..jLf.-Ji> -'" ,"".
Cheers For .
: Three WMU Circles of the Hampton

I Baptist Church are meeting on .
'Thursday' this. week. January 352 WEST MADISON STREET NEXT DOOR TO SLADE GAS CO.
JIM 14. The Marie Wisner Circle

i meets at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs.W.

I P. McElroy in charge of the pro- .

rzm. "Render Unto Caesar." TheVirginia We'are very; grateful for the many friends\ ndr' we, can serve your needs even better in the

Faile Circle meets at

1 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. E. 1... Birtas customers we have made since opening our future than in the past. You will find your
f .
{ program chairman. Special em- J

,f Qg/ :. phasis on missionary reading is store in Starke in 1959: Your wonderful. re- visits to our new, store more convenient, with
this '
being made throughout week, *.

\ \ January 10-15 which is WMU to services has made it desirous" that \ of
I I focus'week througho ie'the South- spouse our, plenty parking.' space always available everyday ,

t f I I I land.a.aaa111tuu1aaaa.a.. we move to 'a new.I location where we feel that. in the week. I

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'M A VIIIE \ ,.t.--:. : :;-j JOHN BREEDEN. ,Manager, _, ,:;.':,,' :;., .i1 <, :: .

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Mary home Wellhausen from several has days returned :All Types 'Of Pest Control Work ;

r-- t visit in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. .
Leslie Chilson and family and

Mrs. A. W. Rodgers. I "::4, t F;..: t4. .i! .

Dave Coverdale has returned

$1795 CASH home from a 15 day visit 'with

PRICE BELA1REDon't his parents in Indiana. ;S HOUSEHOLD AND COMMERCIAL :
We are happy to report that ...

Eob'Bales who has been a. pa- .. ,' .- \ r

'.KssThq; Big.Show.;. tient in the Cecil. Field Naval J. : .:

i Hospital Mrs.: Dora is able North to be spent out again.last '.*' i l'f -"'..R. ...., ...-- t--. r I' .-. ; .'...,... -

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[wOlf SaL'5flO P.M.W4RT.TY1aclsonrifel! CMfeataffg brother weekend and in Vero sister-in-law Beach with Mr;and her -. '4"\J.ql" '._::;\VISIT. OUR GARDEN SUPPLY STORE AND PET SHOPc. /

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;the Famous Radio and TV Stars' ,I M/S. Henry "Wellhausen. : : ,. aI t. ;y j.
Harvey McPherson, Owen I .- '
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s M Knight and Henry and L E. Wellhausen I rJ.ulj4.

and their Clinch Mountain Boys were visitors in Jackson- .. l'S:
; : : t sfaCtionFul i
| *:Ile last Wednesday night. tFREEINSPECTIONS. r

The MaxviDe Civic Club held .

'heir regular business meeting on .. .

Monday night Jan. 4th. At the AND 4'ESTIMATES : : !' 1'CHfMICAL Guaranteed

JIMWALTEJACKSONVILLE e next meeting. 'each member is .. 4 v .; :

asked to come and bring three .

tuple with Won't please. .
you. 4-3965.
I; me out and help to make this I PH. WO .. CO. ori All Services .

reeling a success. ..
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FLORIDA ': Mr. and Mrs. Lee Coverdale ofTobbsviUe. ...- .
I Ind. were recent visit-j .
3281 W.Heaver St. Call collect EV 7-1141, or while 1Mll "
Yi of their son Dave and J1
write P. 0. Box 6248 Jacksonville. Fla. '
I' 're stayed with Mr. .and Mrs.1

John North and family. They en- ----"

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." PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS" ner of Arcadia who is the cousin'! ately after service all juniors are I!R I Evening service will be held at 7 All boards arid groups already organized tram *U1 to held! at 3 p. m. S m-
; CHURCH: g k'' of Mrs. B. 'J, Lennon, teacher of i asked to remain so that. Mrs.'RaI ;,I S- m. Plans must be made.for the made a complete financial uay School will be held in the

1 nrst. grade at R.J.E. The DistrictY I fell English can organize a Jun- : auniveisary 'of the pastor and rtport Deacon Clarence William, ,Youth bunding! o. t'v' -..iu.slat
I I Sunday Worshfp.ft School\, 1C a.m.f m.;; Morning PfA Congress will meet at ior Choir.. A" pianist is.needed for church. Rev. Robinson will speak .clef k, Arata Williams, reporter. i|i !9.; 30 a. m.. Supt MUtcn Eller

.. CHURCH NEWS:. Vatic services. 1:8'm.a. .EYange LJ3J.E. M. J. Lee* reporter.. this group. Gwendolyn: Robinson i about this point on Sunday. Ra- New Bethel Baptist Church son in charge. Parents a.e a.-kid!
I Wednesday. Pmyer Meeting Ander-!' Junior Hi-NewtOn music student of Mrs. N. L. Pull- nell English .reporter. Rev. A. B. Vinson, pastor, held I Itcn'ices 'Ito bl ing;their children each Sun-
.' !I I Tuesday 'Ja 1. 5, the 'firstp.T.A. urn will assist At 3 u. m. the Federation Antioch Baptist Church R<:v. all day Sunday and the day. Our sick are on the mend,
if, GRACE METHODIST CHURCH meeting, as well as Hobby of Churched will 'meet at George W. Lee pastor held a 'call i= 1ttas very high. Plans are &o to see them whenever you can.j .
t\ j!
Club! was held at the school' with Ebenezer. The" n on"wm be delivered J bU1ines.meeting at which time bring made for great day on the j Pauline Marshall repol' er.

Methodist Church FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH LAWTEY the president, Linwood Crawford, by Rev. C J. Wise, pastor I plans were made increase. organizations i fouith Sunday when the Carnation -,Fiesta Club Meeting
1 Sunday Sunday School. 9:45: ir.charge. Mrs. Sadie J.I. Clarke is of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church I in the church, The Social Saving Club will visit A very important meeting of

} Calendar for' the week of JaIL Cor. Call & Christian Streets a. m.. Morning Worship, 11 a. HL. secretary. The group set forth Keystone Heights. All members.and following persons have been appointed our church. Mrs. Pauline Marshall, (-the Fiesta Club will be held on
i 17-; Bob L. Badgett, Minister Evening Service '7:30: p. m some plans for the annual fund- members of other churches : president of the Missionary a member and }president of the Water-4k,
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Worship Wednesday Youth Fellow- raising activity which will be announced wishing to join; are asked to at- : Society, Mrs. Sanders; Pastors January Birthday Club of the |

1 t Sunday Church School 9.45ft ; and Communion 10:45 a. m. iCiup and Choir Practice, 7:30 p. later. The feature of the tend. You may register,,and join Aid Club president, Mrs. Louisa ..ch mch. has a special: feature and :j ence DeSue will be host and hoslie -
t I.. {, Morning Worship 11 a. m. Chi Rho, 5 p. m. Choir Practice, :' m. meeting, with emphasis on .'Hd.>by with $1 A visit from this group Brown; president. Red Circle surprise for everyone. Read this I ?&. All members are asked to at-

Nursery'and Junior Church pro-;;;i 6p.m. CYF,7pm. 1 1I f I Club", was re-stringing and en ant third Sunday will be more Club. Mrs. O. R. Shell, advisor to column: next week with your seat I tend for the election of officers.JThe .

f vided. Service broadcast for' the'!I Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. New I CHURCH OF GOD taping of an old, worn .out Venetian than worth it. The.usual donations Junior Uuser Board- Ward assist belts fastened. Plan now to visit I club will be open for new

full hour each Sunday morning i I i Training for Service. Sunday<< School, 10 a. m. Monting blind. This was done very skill so far are over forty dollars ants include: Miss Gladys Spring, New Bethel JUaptist Church: on i i members commeucing February ,1,
i over WRGR. Snack supper for St. Edward's Catholic Church Worship 11 a. m. Sunday fully by Ares'dent Crawford. He which:: is left with the host church. Miss Saunders and Willie Brown. Sunday. Jan. 24._ The surprise pro- I William Holland, president.

,6 m. Youth I, Starke Florida Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB pointed out 'the fact that the ....
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Service Wednesday, 7:45 m : ; fJj :
8:30 p. worn out materials can be replaced =-=-
i p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: I Mass at 10 a. m, n
1! p. m. 1 1t Holyday. Massea 'Jt 8:30: a. m. & I Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m and you can make old

t Monday Methodist Men's 5:30 p. m.Weekday. I 1 tlinds look new for very title II!
I The moral is this "don't I nd
i Supper, 7 p. m. Eppley Sisters i Mass at 8:00: a. m. ;, money. "' : CHURCHI I
I t musical. l program sponsored by Confessions: Saturday 7 to !9> Lawtey throwaway the old for new, just
: I t
t Mtn's Club .7:45 p. ..ni.t 1 o. m. 1! A. E. Massey, Pastor I make them over like 'n w."A:nile
Tuesday r- Study Course for Baptisms marriages and Instructions .i group was in attendance but we
t WSCS. 10 a. m.. followed by covered by appointment. '! Bible school 10 a. m. need the help of all parents. A

dish luncheon and short business : Preaching. It'L m. survey is being made by Mrs, t
I 'meeting.. / I j Charles CHURCH OF CHRIST 1' Evening Service 1:30: p m. Minnie Hall Fields, Elementary r : V !
Thorpe Minister
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Bible Study and Prayer Meet- Specialist in the State Department
I. 7:30: p- m. |!' Bible Study 10 a. m. Preaching Jig, 7:30 pm., Wednesday. She is interested in a "Re- I
ant Communion. 11 a. m. Evening Radio prteram' 8 to 8:30: a II
i Thursday Prayer group in port of Educational Program of
Service 6:30: m. Midweek Bible I
:Do each II
t Fellowship hall, sponsored oy I; Sunday over stationWRG1t. (Councils and Local Units of th,? !
Study each Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Starke
: WSCS. 9:30 a. m. Chancel Choir I Florida Congress of Colored

I rehearsal 7:30: p. m. yyyyyyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyvvyyyyyyyyYyyyvyyyyyyyyyyNEWS I Parents and Teachers. The, PTA 11 t*. .
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OF INTEREST TO COLORED Council of Bradford County would I 11'I'I k

PresbyterianSunday include the officers of the PTA In VV: '

t CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY groups of R.J.E., Anderson Thurs-
Church School, 9:45a. : ton and Hampton. Let's get to-

m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m., By Ozora Shell gether and organize before they
"Whit is My Job As a'Christ- v.i**-.*
........ ...... & & & & & & &.& & come to Bradford County for the III.1111I
f "IanYouth Fellowship. 6 p. m. I II I-------------I -----------VWUUJ. 'uWa1Credit meet g. Mr. Clarence DeSue is .

Evening, ,Worship. 7:30: p. m., County Teachers AssociationThe Union MeetingAll very interested in getting this

I "When Toruble Comes." Bradford County teacherswill share holders of the Bradford group organized as he is treasurer I
Wednesday 'Men's Dinner. hold the next regular meet- County Teachers Credit i of the Fifth District of the PTA I
6:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer and ing on 5 at 1' in 'the of Florida. The
I February p.m. Union are asked to meet at the Congress meeting c s
Study' 8 p. m. -*- cafetorium of C. Anderson- U S.O building on Monday. Jan.ill be held at RJ.E. cafetorium ai ,. 's t,

Thursday Communicants Junior High School in (awtey. JSUi, at 8:45 p.m. A complete report -l on Sunday, Jan. 17, at 2 p.m.,
class, 3:30.: p. m. Basketball. We regret the recent illness and will be made by the secre- I All officers and members of all

Presbyterians vs. Methodists 8:30P. ;: surgery of Mrs. D. B. Jackson, tary and finance officer, principal PTA groups of Bradford County

m. Choir third and forth grade teacher at Thomas Casey. At this time I are urged to attend. The Study ,
Friday practice. RJE in Starke. She is convalescing dividends will be declared. All[Discussion Groups committee will Xf
,yvn.. a'i t
; at her residence, 418 N.W. members '!appreciate the participation of .35 7. > f fx
HOPE: BAPTIST CHURCH are urged to be present.i _$ ,
6th Street, Gainesville. I am sure Principal C. C. Anderson is a each school. Mrs.,Christine Cato ;: ,". ... r
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH The- She will appreciate expressions I I member of the Board of Directors. of Gainesville is president of the .5, v

, rasa, seven miles south of Starke 6th Street. Gainesvilef.( I am sure New teachers are invited to join. | PTA District V. All .4 ..5d !
on Route 100. Rev. -Samuel S. from teachers, parents, and Your initial share and initiationfee patrons and members of the PTA- I
Cuthbert Pastor pupils. The following committee1 is $5.25. Don't delay join to I Hobby I Club of Lawtey are askedto

Tonight, 'Jan. 14. 7:30.,Workers r appointments have been made by day. Membership cards may be attend W.M.C. Randolph. ;y. ,.,. V ,'" THE CHURCH FOR ALL ,
Conference i the president, Joseph D. Greene. secured from principal C. reporter. ... ALL FOR THE CHURCri
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning Constitution and By-Laws: E. R. Anderson or supervisor 0 C.j.,I CHURCH NEWS ;.$0... The dutch it (he {mini factor o* "
;Worship, 11 a, m. Message by Shell, chairman; M. J, Lee, Jessie I Shell. Mt. ZIon A.)(. .. Church arch for (he buil; the'pastor. "Revival'Through Tithing" Moore, H. Taylor and _M. J. White. Rev." Grimmage pastor, will spon- good ciliir htp. ll u a storehouse of
or "Overflowing with ;! Nomination: H. Taylor, chairman; Heroines To Meet sor a special gospel singing program There was a fellow at\; the plant who was always ,piritualveIuesWid.eutaskongChurch! ,
Blessing. Training Union 6:30p. : M. Taylor A. B. Anderson, ,M. J. Ruth Court No. 18 of Heroines on Sunday night feab '-ng : asking me to go with him to.church. neither_ democracy lot citiTuitioi Mlwnve.
of Jericho will hold the next regUlar VSV There are four round town
I m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. White E. J. Givens. Election:. Z. meeting on Wednesday Jan two great traveling quartets. They In a way this picture portrays his zeal. For .Kjr every prrw should attend temcet .
Series of messages by the pastoron I' Jennings, chairman; M. E.!20, at 4 at the Masonic Hal. I have been sensational in Jacksonville < there was something boyishly enthusiastic about regularly and support the Church. They
the Book of Revelation. Topic Roberts, S. C. Price, L. M.: Royal/All members p.m. are urged to be and will stop in Lawtey on /' ; r. his eagerness; something joyously genuine! in his are: (I) For hu o". "\or. (2) For hit
this week "Ven enc Is Mine and I. C. Jelson. Finance: M. A. their way home. There will ""be no confidence childrn'i: sate (3)) For !the file of hotommumljr \ 1
Saith the Lord. I will Repay.." Fmley, Chairman; O. \V. George, I present and bring all dues to dale. admission. The general: public :;.. : and MUCH. (/) For the tale .
plus your Grand_ Lodge assess ial IIf ", And. his fervor reminded one of the disciples of of lh> Church itself .hich .reds hi.
Wednesday 7:30: p. m., Prayer F. S. Pierce, I. C. Jelson, E. J. : invited to attend. This is another, ''I, "
to Most Ancient q of moral and malrnat Pin to
ment. According old who became "fishers men. tupporl. ito
I Meeting followed by choir rehear- Givens. Professional Informationand Linwood Crawford presentationwhich 1
i sal. Mr. Fred Dodd. dU'cctor.I I Matron Sophia Royal, this is the Well,. he brought my family to church. Not church regularlydaily. aod read your BibleDay .
Services: principal E. Thomp- can't be different: from the .J.1 '" 4I {< i. U>
I '\ kU\ chairman; O. R., Shell, M. A.,final appeal The secretary must rest because prawford always t because he was a salesman or a saint. Simply Joe- V f .

': St. M n..k'. fcpincopalS. Finley, M. W. Turner, C. C. get her report in the mail immediately brings the best. Don't forget the:! cause he encouraged us to seek the convictions he Book Chapter VenM

t 3 Anderson, M. D. Christian. Pro- after this meeting, sot i flute 8 pm.t. and the place Isl ; was so eager to share. Sunday 2 King, S I5-J7 )1 ,

n+v. RAYlnlfdd ... MacBl&bi gram: W.M.C. Randolph, chair fail not We are pleased to note S.I'Mt. Zion. Lawtey. Plans are being I ..,':j .Betty and I, and little Ricky, really owe our Tuesday Monday Revelation Rerclatna :20%1 MI I MtWdnoday !., r,:

I I ,Sunday Services-.9:45: a.m. man; I Bitler, D. B. Jackson, J. that our member, Sister Janie made" to have a great "Youth Day" I J .: cherished faith to the moment that fellow at the Kctelitioo 21 ISM s ',:.
Jr., F. S. Pierce, W. L. ;Mitchell, is much improved after c'n.the. fifth Sunday Jan. 31st: said "I'LL STOP BY PLACE'ON ,
Church School; 11:00 am. Morn- Moore { plant YOUR. Thursday 2C1iroiucJef: 17 1-1J .
tug Proytr and Sermon: Morris. Publicity: O. R. 'Shell, quite. an_ extended" illness..We' hope R.J.E.choir will sing under the I SUNDAY MORNING.\ Saturday Inday 2 2 Ckrowcto hromcltl: 20 19 119These MI !

Holy Communion-First BuD.t chairman: M. A. Finley, I. Butler, she Will soon be able to attendmeetings ,'i direction of the music Now we too find happiness in bringing our .
t day, 11:00 Lm.: Third Sunday; M. W. Turner W. L. Morris. Code'I with us. Sister Amanda- Mrs. W. L. :Morris: and specialist'l ". friends and neighbors to church" '
?:30 a.m. of Ethics: A Chandler, chairman; lene Chandler has presented us cipal E. Thompkins, will be ,the .-

Wednesday-7:00_ p.m.. Choir A. G. Moffett, B. J, Lennon E. with another prospective: "Juve- guest speaker. Music will be presented COP1rihIl9'. ";,,;.- .._, i.. Au't. v*.
Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany and W Thompkins, O. W. George. FS.T.A. nile". She is now= at home doing by C. C. Anderson with >}K

I Bible Stud,. Laison: principal C. C. fine.visit We are sick.asking" Sophia all membersto Royal, Junior High Mesdames Jenningspnd : .' .' '. : ". ':.. '.' .....,< :':..:.:.': ..':. ....
Anderson, chairman; M. F. Jenkins Randolph in charge. Principal l

MADISON STREET BAPTIST M. D.'. repor:ng. Anderson will participate on the .. .,.. .
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D. M. Spearmon .
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CHURCH christian, D. B.; Richardson. Benevolence -!i RJ.E. P.T.A. program. You'can't afford to miss

: S. D. William, chair-' The regular meeting of the PTA. these activities at our little white .
i 900 Block W. Madison Si" man; M. L. Paul E. ,W. Thomp I was held on Wednesday Jan. 6, church on state road 225.: Mrs. Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

t Sunday School 9:45 Joe Wood, kins, R. H Donald. B. J. Lennon, at '8 p.m.ith Rev. Levy Lennon I Grimmage is director of Youth ,

Superintendent. President Greene is asking all pre8i \Ilg. Mrs. Bertis Robinson, Activities of the church . ,
I Morning Worship, 11:00.: ,, w
committees to meet and submit a secretary read the minutes Beatrice Scott reporter. '>' -
I Training Union 6:15: Jim Harden -
comprehensive report at the next which were adopted. A report wad! Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church

[I' Evening, Director.Worship 7:30.: meeting. Those who cannot gist to- made by the basketball uniform Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor, GASOLINE : JOHN. A. TORODEV CREASE
I gether before then will be givena committee. The PTA agreed to will hold regular pastoral day on VS ,
Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, I
; 7:30.: chance to meet during the refreshment purchase 5 new uniforms for boyg Sunday, opening with Sunday FUEL OIL 3>:. > DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENELUBRICATION
break. Mrs. Marble J. and 5 new uniforms for girls. The School at 10 a.m. Supt. Irene ".,. I
J, !t. Mabry Jr., Pastor. ..)
7: VV
f Lee secretary . staff reporter. initial payment on this projectwas Thomas in charge. Morning -._.r' : ...';. MINERAL\
made this week. In order to Worship at ,11 a.mfusic:: by the ..r *
i further finance these uniforms, a Children's Choir under Ihe di- .. OILS .'-.1. ,-.. iVVA : SPIRITS
I 520 basket of groceries will be rection. of Mrs. N L. Pullum '. :-
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Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor given to the holder 'of th. tuck,', Evening worship at 6 p.rn. Music '
Choir No. 1, Mrs. Janie Butlerin -,' FIRESTONE TIRES. :.:.. INSECTICIDES .
Town ticket. These can be purchased by
t Jefferson' and 'Court Streets In the Heart of -' -'" .
from any PTA member for 50c, charge. Sermon by the pastoror -- '"

\i Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 you do not have to be present! to appointee., Don't forget Junior FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL" i ...

I win. This project is being, sponsor'ed Church} meeting every Tuesday at ..
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. 5 p.nt E. J. Givens Madison and Cherry Starke Fla.
by "The Ways and Means reporter. St. PHONE WO 9.2011 II

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Committee". Willie Brow, chair= Mr.. PLsgah A.M.E. Church
man. The next regular; meeting Rev. Grimmage, pastor, will hold I
will be February 3rd. T> e teach' regular: services on Sunday starting III i
I FIRST BAPTIST Church. Starke ers will be there and you can-meet with Sunday School at the II

!\ ; them at that time. Don't! let =them .t regular time. Mrs. Anna Wright, GUY ANDREWS WESTERN AUTO am Rosenberg & Son

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. *>e more inerested in your children'', Supt!, in charge. Services will follow \

I and their welfare than you.: Come' the regular\ schedule all day Real Estate '- Associate Store New and Used Furniture
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU out and help solve, their prob with the pastor in charge. All

THE FRIENDLY CHURCH lems. Eddie Tompkins, principal, I members are urged to attend and .._--
f l fJ AT welcomed' visitor ReT, O'Con-I jbiing as many friends as you II. :
I ; tan, Pjaihs are'well underway' by
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t Mrs: Elnora Cannon and the
Denmark Furniture Co. FARM HOME
Luilding fund committee for thecompletion ,I ,.
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I isi BULLS I ff that wil be bf county-wide the church in scope-rally Of Starke JEWELRY. And Auto Supply

.. on the fourth 'Sunday in-Febru N. WOODBURN
I ary. Music will be rendered by s I

many choirs, quartets and groups.A .
BULL rich variety program is being .f
!I OCALA SAlE planned. Sponsors will be listed EDWARDS1 J& J. BROWNLEE

V .n the program who contribute a ,
dollar or more. We want this' to Grocery and Market ildingiSupp1ies Inc. & CHASTEEN
be a five and ten dollar sponsor I ,

; J.N, A'Y19, I96012:00: NOON list because we want to completeour I-f

? church at this time. Your help ,

Bull Sale Ever Held In Florida will enable use not to have to
make this appeal in 1961 becausewe
.. Community State Bank WARREN'S SMITTY'S
must complete "New Mt Pisgsh" -
64 HEREFORD BULLS 71 ANGUS BULLS during the' spring after this .
/ : s Of Starke Shell Station Barber Shop
ruily. The contractors are readyto ..
SHORTHORN. ". ,'. go to work, all we need, is the
lit 2 CHARBRAY" Y BULLS 1 CHAROLAIS BULL...., :. money for the labor and materialWe I ,
V4- '
V S. >. would appreciate any group
1 SANTA GERTRUDIS BULL. that will volunteer help us. E. TERWILLEGARrocery
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Cannon, reporter. G' and MarketLAWSON'S GIB BROWN'SService
Graded and Sifted Before the Sale :
.... tEbenezer Baptist Church 1 ; MOTORS ,
'r Rev. E. D. Robinson, pastor, will 5 f Station

SOUTHEASTERN LIVESTOCK PAVILION, told regular pastoral day on Sun- -" Your Authorized Ford Dealer
day starting with Sunday School .
at 10 *. m. Supt. Henry Bryant in t H' -- .
Ocala, Florida 1 charge.: Morning worship at 11 a. I I !

w. Music by choir No. I, ImmedlI .; -


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