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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 21, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I -VOLUME.. EIGHTY-ONE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY..JANUARY 21. 19SO NUMBER TWENTY-NINE '"',' 'S (', .. <, .2t'
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L:4 FridayBradford l -; Representative\ from Bradford he was elected National president i. Doyle Conner
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: r* I County and former 'Speaker of .the In 194849. t assist farmers, cattlemen and
z.: : :i--:::: House of Representatives, has announced After graduating from Brad citrus growers of Florida..

1 his candidacy for Florida ford High School, Conner attended In making his announcement,

'- County strawberry' ;; Commissioner of Agriculture, the the University of Florida; dinner said it would be his policyto
growers are urged
f'L. by County
Age.
J.j'h' r. post soon to be vacated by vetersnCommissioner whfere he graduated in 1952 witha out the administration's
nt G T. Huggins and State Market carry
"f'- Sr'S : Nathan :Mayo.: : Bachelor of Science degree in of the
... ... .. Manager J. Wainwright to turn reorganization Department
.... Conner said that his county or-1 Agricu1t re. In 1950. while a
.. !- .""'- !..- -- out 100 per cent for an important of Agriculture, as directed by the
__ uceting to be held in the courthouse ganizations are progressing satis-;:' sophonjore at the University, and I 1959. Legislature.. "The new Commissioner -
., factorily and that he is establish- only 21 years old he was elected I feel
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at 7:30 p. m. Friday. Jan..1 Starke Market Manager J. I
Lions To Shed ing campaign headquarters in to the House of
Ready LightStarke 22. it is emphasized that colored' R. Wainwright views one of Representatives, only a practical farm background,
; Miami. | from Bradford At the
growers of berries should attend the new type 12-pint crates County. age but a proven recprd of accomplishment
Lions will kIckoff their 1 FO into the Lions' sight. conserve'Carter Dr. ,S. R. Marco and J. this meeting also to benefit from which will be under consideration This week's announcement was! of 26 he was selected Speaker of I tl and experience in rcany allied -
the high spot in a long and successful -! the House, the State's 'oungestl]
light bulb sales campaign on Feb. !'Bon fund. i P- Whitt. SI I'latteib! of importance to be 'dis- for loose-packing straw ', : fields, such as administration,
i Tonight the Lions will be host cussed.Huggins political year for the i Speaker, and believed to be one finance, business taxation
Pictured'above. berries legislation -
4 when a house to house canvass j ,'getting the bulbs when growers meet In :
''to Fiancis Jack of the Jackson- oung Bradford solon, who 'was of the youngest in the Nation. He 'ed
said that reports will the caUon, public health,
courthouse
ill be made in effort to sell : eady for sale are (JrlY.] T. Friday night. born I
an, i in Starke and
Yule Springfield Club who is a be given on the tour of South grew up on was selected by his Legislative colleagues and welfare," Conner said.
250 packages of eight bulbs each. I Jackson. Bob Firth. Charles Zip: candidate for Lions District Gov- Florida strawberry fields made bya : acre planting by Frank Parrish in I the 400-acre farm' of his father as one of the three most
Besides his livestock and farming -
'- Pl'1ce is $2 per package and profits.jeier. John A. Torode. Maxi trnor. group of "Bradford growers last, South Miami. The plants were I' Raleigh Conner. During his school! valuable members at the 1957 session. operations at Starke, and his
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weekend together with the latest big as a hat and loaded with days in Starke he managed this I .
Legislative background, "Conner is
Prison Guards --r Board Seeks S information on plastic mulching, bloom and green berries. They I' farm while his father was, employed -! During his legislative career, also successfully engaged in the ,-

: soil, fumigation, and insecticidesfor i had been"set through plastic I II at Camp Blanding, and was I Conner served as chairman of the insurance business, with offices
all vegetable crops. He said I mulching. Agriculture Committee for' two
..5-w : that most berry growers are already Local growers were told that on I active in 4-H and Future Farm i sessions and sponsored many far- in Starke and Miami.

Post Bonds Public Opinion convinced that the. loose-, an average plastic mulching holds i ers of America ,activities. After! reaching legislative measures to lie is active in the Florida Farm

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the Bureau Cattlemen's Association,
pack should be adopted by thehoustr3 ground temperature 12 degrees I
W .rmer than uncovered soil. Don't Like 'Cake' Masonic Order and the Shrine
: here and that a final I
In JacksonvilleTen On Sunday Beer decision will be made Friday, The Bradford farmers also saw i, Elks, :Moose. Chamber of Commerce -
civic luncheon
how berries were sorted for the JayCees
night on the type of container to I
I be used. loose pack and were told that: Taxi Owners Ask To Help Mix RecipeOf groups. and is a member of the

more Raiford State Prison !| The application; of a drive-in on Since Friday is the regular. merchandising tests in supermarkets -! Baptist Church. At the Universitybe

guards, charged with violating Highway 21 between Keystone meeting night for the Farm had shown that loose packed was tapped for Blue Key student -

civil rights of Inmates by inflict Heights and Meirose for a permitto Bureau and the Cattlemen's Association I ciTies sold much faster than the City's New Regulating Ordinance leadership\ fraternity, and

ing unauthorized punishment on t 'Lt sell beer on Sunday was still these two 'groups are old-style :tight pack. | was also a member) of Alpha

them surrendered to the U. S. unsettled after the mid-month. yielding their time to the strawberry Before returning home the I i Gamma Rho.

marshal's office in Jacksonvillethis meeting of' the County Commission meeting and all membersof Mowers visited the huge Pompano City Attorney .A. J. Thomas Jr. from new companies, isn't that He is married, to the former

week and posted, bonds for: :_ in the courthouse ;M nday both groups are urged to at State Market vegetable operation accused Starke taxi companyoperators rht?" Johnnie Bennett of Marianna.and

their appearance in Federal court I 'J night. tend. said to be the largest in the I' McKinney: "Yes." I they have two- children, Doyle Jr.,
of "wanting to have
for arraignment Friday. I Although County, Attorney T. Wainwright said that the growers world. They also saw celery fields your cake and eat it too" in aoodnatured (Continued on Page 2J] j I 4, and Kimberly Ann, 2.
Included in the group was Earl I F. Landrum advised'the board it who toured berry fields in with rows more than a mile long.
Chesser of Starke former guard has authority to pass 'a resolution Bro-sard and Dade Counties last and watched the "mule trains," < but lively contro- T
". much it just packing houses 'on wheels: which ,1 \ersy sparked bY' the second reading New Golf Course Shaping Up
lieutenant who was required .to authorizing the sale, of Sunday week saw so of a proposed taxi'ordinance
bond while S about knocked them speechless." harvest from 18 rows at a time j
post a $1,000 regular beer anywhere! ;; fn. the ,cqunty : at Tuesday night's Council meet i
guards posted $500. Chesser was W. H. GrahamI'outside or municipalities, the Commission The'15-men'making the trip in- processing and packing' the crop I .,' ., I Ig.
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discharged from his post several requested C'Pardee'] *pected' plast c.mulched, fields as they: move.. j "WfllfH, ; yantiVhand 'in mix-

months ago after a state cabinet Announces owner of WbiteTpktya4; | n, to near'Pompano: Beach and in Huggins described the trip as !I jig, the*recipe If I'm going to:

Investigation of a Raiford riot submit a petition with an "ade- South Dade, County, receiving Viglily! beneficial and said it would have to-'eat the cake' ountered

end the ensuing punishment of For CommissionerW1I. quate" number of signatures from u-&t; h nd'Information'' of thetechi11Ques undoubtedly pay off by 'speeding I Starke. Taxi cooperator" Everett :E1' I.FL I.

participants. .._c' rtsfdt>n! J.tb: 4t I'Wq; tJ g'Ja firiest used by growers there.saw," up; .hfr: introduction: of new., ,methods ;- ,-McK1fu'.i'C,J!", _'. "e', A- ..; ,.,-
J Posting $500"bonds"'ihla 'weekwere Wainwright'said. "was a
J. C. Batten, Sanderson; (Bill) Graham of tarke deemed cf
,a petition adequateby several weeks ago when present
Dopsle Grlffla. LawteyJ: ,Herbert announced yesterday that: he will the Board is submitted, a taxi operators appeared before I .

Qriffla, Raiford; R6nhje K. Griffis, be a candidate for County Commissioner "straw vote" will be taken later Six Teams Enter M. Bell.Admits I IHoldup Council'and asked for regulationsthat __

Lawtey; Edward R. Taylor Rai from District 3, South in Precinct 6 (''h reasa). to determine would prohibit any-and- I __

ford: Melvin McKlnney, Raiford; the wishes ,of the resi tverybody tr m getting into the ___
Albert L. Stafford, Raiford; Rus- Starke. dents. Bowling League Hoax I taxi} business at the drop of a hat..,

nell Carter, Starke; and Johnny O This is Mr. Graham's first bid The Board set Monday afternoon "There're too many taxis now and .
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Dobbs, Raiford. for public office, although. he pas Feb. 1. as the time for The recreation department has Deputy: Sheriff olph Reddish l lI nobody is making any money,"I I I 'L,

Three other guards surrendered long been,active in civic and .an inspection tour of roadwork in I said that ,Miltoij Bell! was their argument. I
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bonds formed a 'City Bowling League When the second reading of the 'I _*
earlier and posted $500 com-I progress in the ,Pumpkin Patch I
munity affairs. He is a Y i I at the I __ S
bowl at the Bowlero who reported a robbery ordinance by City 'Clerk Merrill dl -
They'were Earlis Harvey, Andrew I' area on Santa Fe Lake. The action which will r
Ed. Richardson, and James A, man in, St. Mark's Episcopal I followed\ receipt'"of a letter from Bowling Alleys in Gainesville each Kayo Service Station on U.S. 301 Edwards, bl ought objections from t .
Church has been of the I North last Dec. 19, had confessed I taxi representatives at almost I -
Barton. S president, J. II. Faircloth, ,a property owner Tuesday night for the next few! ,
James H. Dunn,, former: guard Bradford County Chamber of Commerce I en Little Santa Fe' Lake who he took the money (about $40)) ,every paragraph, the following exchange -I LL .T
who dismissed at the I weeks. himself. Bell admitted .the theft: took place:
captain. -
was .Past Commander of American threatened to close the present !
same time as Chesser, la the only access road to Pumpkin Patch by At the present time the league after undergoing lie detector tests I Chairman Randal Chitty: "Do
Legion Post 56 I Things are humming at the site Charlie Carr, greens superinten-
a past is of the following last "
erne of the 14 men named in the ] Feb. 1. Although a new road into compqsed and extensive' questioning you still want an ordinance?
Barksdale's Department: I cf the new Starke Golf and Coun- dent Drilling of one of the three
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civil rights indictments! who has president and charter member! of] the area is under construction by teams: Saturday, McKinney: "Yes. .. I
the Starke Rotary Club, Store Noegel's AUto Sales, Starke : Monday be. I tiy Club these dajs as construction -,i,wells that will provide water for
rot posted his bond fixed at I and past the' county, progress has been Bell was arraigned Councilman. Cliff Hazen: "Will the 'I I
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1000. He is expected to surrender I Chef' de Gare of Voiture S 1388,I slow. Cabinet Shop Starke Jaycees, fore County Judge T. A. Yawn, this one put you out of business?" : under conrse the direction nears of R. i I i tees: and, greens is seen here with

Friday, at the time of the \ 40et8. I II The present road which skirts Starke Rotary Club, and State pleaded guilty, and was sentenced McKinney: "Yes." I Albert Anderson architect and 'Mr Carr I irighfl supervising.

scheduled arraignment. I Mr. Graham is married to the I'I'I the shore of the lake, crosses Mr. Prison. to six months .in the county jail. Hazen: "What you fellows really
I former Alyce Fuller and they I Faircloth's property and was put The teams bowled for averageslast Reddish said that investigationI want is an ordinance that will I I
have four children. He was educated Tuesday night at which time i continuing in the case of a $350 i
Watch And Money I in several years ago to accommodate keep;; you from having' competitionThreeWay
in Bradford County schools,: 'residents of the area. Opinionof handicaps were set. Any team holdup reported earlier the. same

Stolen From Two t graduating in 1931. He attended:I the Board was since the road interested in entering the leagueis day at the same station by Bill Race _
the University of Florida' in 1932-: requested to contact the recreation Forsythe. the attendant on dutyat
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Temple Ave. FirmsTwo has ibeen opened and maintained
33, and is a veteran of World by the county for more than four r department. that time. _
War II, having spent three I Bell was working as relief man Already Set
yearsin _
breaking and entering re years, Mr. Faircloth could not I
ports from businesses on Temple. the Navy on flight duty and, legally close it. He was advised i at the station when he reported
'I I Anti-Submarine Patrol. He has : [, being held-up and robbed by! For Board Post
Avenue were Investigated by Police }liowever; \ that the county would I _
Chief Riley Sweat at 7:10: ( been manager of Alvarez Store try to expedite construction of r : 'Negro[ youths. He had reported a S _

a.m. Sunday. 1\\ since 1935. and owner since the the new road farther back fromthe.lake..4 I : similar ,hold-up at another'service I' Although qualifying time is five I Ii : : :

An Elgin watch was reported,j I death of his grandfather J. M.: I I "" station in Starke some time ago.I weeks off, a three-way race has :

stolen from the office building on,I'Alvarez, in 1946. I While in the area on Feb.I ., 11 Arrive I'already developed for one county I, -St-' '3 .' .--. ___

Ed Torode's used car lot at 482, the Board will also inspect two. ,Deputies post, as this "big" political year' I

K Temple.W. New Patrol Station I! lots: at Cypress Beach on Little i Just In 'TimeToScotch gets off to a fast start. !I ____ .

J, Dodd owner of a service: Set For Operation : Santa Fe which have been' offered W. H. [BUll) Graham 4s the
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station adjoining Torode's lot re to the county as a re- : latest candidate to enter the contest -

ported $4 in pennies and & out About March 1st creation site! in exchange forcountyowned I Bradford deputies were Johnnyonthespot for County Commission. Dis- ;

$12 in nickles and dimes taken:j streets on Big Santa Friday night when a trict 3. He will vie with W. Ho- ___

from two drink boxes that were ; The new Florida Highway Pa-i Fe, which adjoining propertyi fight broke out at Midge's Placeon gan Smith and Seeber Goodmanfor
smashed. Some cigarettes and a.\ tiol district station. now under i O'oll.'Ilersish to have closed. SR 230-east of starke.I the post now occupied by H- One of the seven artificial lakes dcign fairways. The No. 5 green
US-301 the A.Bishop Jr., who will not seek I constructed on the new golf course ),' seen in background, already
flashlight! were also stolen. contraction on near' ; The Board also: agreed to include Chief. Deputy Dolph Reddish I .
At each place the thieves entered ., Farmers Market, will be put into : a proposed new bridge over I said' he and Deputy Jimmy Hamilton l -elecUon.f t iwiiich will be one of the finest -haped and already for the plant I

by breaking out a window, operation, about March 1. '' New River on SJt. 125 (Blackburn went there about closing'f Only other local candidate who I I'nine-hole" courses in the state ill;' of Tifton 328 grass.
Included in the $35.000 build-1 routine ; has announced so far is A. J. I w.th natural hazards and dog-leg
road) north of Lawtey in its re- I time' Friday! night on a ,
*ng will be facilities for the license : quest list to be presented to the : ;: .:check when a fight started in !Thomas, Jr., who came out in November -

HEAR examiner. a communications : State Road Department in March. 7I front of the place. I for state representative to
center with a radio tower and a of assault I succeed Rep. Doyle E. Conner.
Requests will also include three Arrested on a charge
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M. B JORDAN I I A quick run-down of the situation A.II
btand-by generator, offices for : new bridges over Santa Fe River and battery were Paul CrawfordJr. I ',
# the personnel, and year around and Ray' Craw- I at this, time lists decisions'for
State Prison at Brooker, Graham and Hampton ., Floyd Keene
state senator, state, representative
air conditioning. --- ; later released
although there is little likelihood ford. They were
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Vocational AgricultureInstructor Transfer of the license examiner of obtaining these projects in' I!from county jail, pending a hearing circuit court judg, state'sattorney

to the new location will relieve I the near future due to lack ofI Hank Graham before County Judge TheronA. i sheriff, county school judge '
tone of. the over-crowding at the tax collector. tax assessor
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Yawn.
I available secondary funds.' _
Speak At The courthouse. Ample parking spaceis I The Commission also agreed to Gets Annapolis Owners of the place ",where the superintendent clerk of circuit I

provided for at the new FHP fight occurred are ,Ed and Midge court, supervisor of registration. _
GARDEN try to purchase property: on Sampson commission Districts 1, 3
CLUB headquarters. county ,____-_
Triest C9nstructlon Company is Lake as a boat-launching site. Appointment Glissoa. and 5, school board Districts 2 ________-__.__--*- .5,'S 5.4"S 'S 'S ., :i S ''i,' _' __ __ S

Monday, Jan. 25' the contractor. The State will construct the ramp Congressman Billy Matthews. Alvarez Store Has and 4. county surveyor justice of S
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if the builds the landing in.two
county constable .
announced"yesterday that William the peace 'and S _
7:30 P.M. and an access road.
Mass Set grades Henry [Hank] Graham HI of 66th Anniversary distrl ti. 'S _
Meeting In to a request by the
answer Incumbent Thornton Johns
Public Jnvited Starke has been given a principal
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At Madison Street Board the State Road Department appointment to :the U. S. Naval i Alvarez, Store is celebrating its District 4 IHafnptonl will not bea
that will be! this week, hav- T __
replied : a study Academy at Annapolis Md. for'66th anniversary candidate for re-election to the
This Space Contributed Church Tonight made of warning markers at the, the class entering next summer.',I tag !been established in Starke in School Board as he has moved I If IfI

Weekly to Publicize intersection of SR 16 and SR 225, Hank is' a senior at Bradford. 1894. i out of the district. I

Community Events by Dr. Earl Stalling of the First J near the State Prison gate where, County High! School and is the The store 'was founded by J. Qualifying time for state sen-" _

Baptist Church, Ocala, will con't several fatal automobile accidents: fen of Mr/ahd Mrs, W. H. Graham -. M. Alvarez grandfather of the ator and state representative: .
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duct a mass meeting for the New have occurred in' recent months.: of Starke. He is prominent in, present Ol1erV., H. Graham, starts at, noon Feb. 16 and ends, I i
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THE COMMUNITY River Baptist Association at the i If found inadequate an improved i :student activities a; BHS, and is,I who has owned and operated: the t tat I noon March 1. Candidates foi.1 I Club "pro" Carr' is pictured at i iI Chamber of Commerce at 7:30.: All

Madison Street Baptist Church, system) of markers will be in. v. member of the Beta Club high i I store since the death of Mr. county office must ,qualify be-, the No. 8 green Most all greens members and prospective membera

STATE BANK Starke. tonight Thursday) at: stalled. school honorary society. As acuard '[Alvarez in 1946. I teen noon March 1 and noon l have been roughed in and are are urged to attend and hear what "

7:30: o'clock. Checks totaling $8,347.50 were on the Tornado football]i I Mr. Graham is announcing his t March 15. Qualifying fee is five ready for planting A membership has been aecomplishel to date,

OF STARKE The Associational Brotherhoodwill I issued .to tour Bradford_ Count, team Hank was named last. season I anniversary sale in an advertise,;i percent of the .nnuaJ.salary ol campaign kick-off meeting will be the future.
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be in charge of the program; ,. Continued Dn"l'ait 21 for all area team honors. ment in: this issue. 'the office sought., I hed Friday night, Jan. 22> to. the plans ,

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;0..,.,.,. ,. oI"LIII'.'_' '.b-1 AI'_'_'. -.-.. r Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith and I through those sourcces, and thata being taken out to be checked, and 113. Mrs. Contos is the former'

I daughter' Beth, were in Valdosta} ,. >. check would: be made to de- then noted of the findings. i Beverly Lappe,'daughter of Mr
I Ga. on Sunday visiting Mr. and termine what the City would have Council instructed Wasdin to see 1 and. Mrs. Harry Lappe.

.1M:50 Henry Tillman. I authority to. do. that: this policy was carried out. -

John Mundorff is spending sev- : ; Jos. S. Scarfone., who recently As a closing note. Councilman 1- ARE YOU GOING TO
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eral weeks in St. Petersburg with took over the Parkwood Subdivision Hazen said he had been asked to

relatives. development from Warren get the Council's reaction as to I NEED

IN THE NEW Mr. and'Mrs. George Kaufmannand Construction Co., appeared to review paying a portion of the cost of assistance in the
preparation
family moved to Orlando on agreements previously made U. S. 301 right-of-way [south].I .

..._..... _r..r... Wednesday.Mr. between the City and Warren con-!I Council agreed that this was a of your 1959 Income
and Mrs. David Montgomery ceining paving and sewer lines in matter of great importance to Tax Return?
The committee chosen to make Miss itamie Anderson and Mrs. spent the weekend hi Tampa with the subdivision. He was told that Starke and Hazen was told he

arrangements for the World Day P. & Stone of Archer spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrd. Warren had been requested to could report a "favorable" re- SEE
of Prayer services on March 4i i to Tuesday with Mrs E Mr and Mrs. Bill Tison of Lake :+C Y i iFF submit plans of just what was action. NEIL TUCKER .

met at ,the home of Mrs. Guy'!M. Davis; They Jted Mr. and City and Mr, and Mrs. Claude proposed to be done in the area, Public Bookkeeper
I Mrs. Paul Ettieredge in Jacksonville but that Recent Birthi
these received.
AL dews, president, last Thurs- Johns of Earlton were visiting were never
on Sunday. Mr. Scarfone advised to submit 120 S. Court Starke ,
t Mrs. Laura Tison on Sunday. was Mr. and Mrs. William Contos ,
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day.Mr.. and Mrs. Lavem Outlaw j Mrs. W. F. Glenn was visiting I I The BHS Senior girls held a r this material nowjn order that ef Graceville announce the birth Ph. WO 4'9851TO 42545That's

and Mf.; and Mrs. Jim Chasteen 1 Mrs. E. B. King and Mrz. B. K. slumber party Friday evening ;J s s film agreements might be en- of a son. Mark Eugene on Jan. t I

and families spent the weekend ink j Scott in Columbus Ga. last week. i after the basketball game at the 1 tered into between him' and the -- ------ --
the ,Scrub. Dr and Mrs. Alien: Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and I; home of Martha Weldon.Mr. Cit}".
Boggus of Tavares joined them for Mrs. A. O. Andreu were in San- and Mrs. John Bass of Councilman Johns said that I Our Business

Friday evening supper. foid.on Sunday visiting Dr. and Jacksonville were Sunday visitorsof &Iie had been beseiged in recent U It's Glass We HaItl!

Jan Mundorff. a senior at Ogfetliorpe Mrs. J. L. Stith and family. Mrs. L. S. Hutto ,and family.. John L, Tillery Mrs. J. E. Sylvester weeks by city utility consumers CALL WRITE- *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin complaining about sudden jumpsin VISIT
University has been, appointed Russell Gatlin underwent leg I
chairman of the Home- and son of Palatka were visiting i iUlell surgerY last Friday in the University Baptist School Of Missions; 'their power bills-, "sometimesas
coming events for the Universityfor parents Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hospital Gainesville. ,much as $18 in a month." She Joe Peters Glass Co.I
1960. He will be responsible 'Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mrs. J. W. Kincaid is confinedin expressed belief that extreme causes I ,

' for all activities for that week WilliamS,- over the weekend Bradford County Hospital for Gets Under Way' Here SundayBeginning might be due to defective meters ANY GLASS NEED

end. Mrs. J., W. Kincaid and Mrs. O- observation and treatment. and sUggested'the city adopta I We Design Modern Store Fronts .

L. Beasley spent the weekend in I Mrs.. R- N. Griffin of Tampa is at the Sunday morning Others taking part in the week's clearer policy in regard to Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Purchase any model of Singer ,Jacksonville with Mrs. Wheeler spending several days rith Mrs: sel vice and continuing throughnext : activities will !be Rev. John' L. checking complaints.R. I

Sewing Machine At Denmark Nolan and Mrs. Harry Cromwell.Mrs. Ruby Johns. Friday eight Baptist Churches -I Tillery of Madisonville Tenn., :who S. Wasdin. of the power plant Table Tops

Furniture Co.' tf Edward Hall Mrs. Nate Mrs. Emma Badman is confinedin will be hosts to selected missionaries in prominent in the rural church I staff said that the City employed 1313 N.W. 4lh PI. UtlnesTllle. Fla.. .Phone. FR. Z-4MS, .

I II I]Dyttlj, and' Miss Della Rosenberg Bradford County Hospital.Mr. conducting simultaneous work of the Southern Baptist Association I tiained meter readers and that -

": I I r attended.the Hastings BPW club : and Mrs. E. W. Hayes were Schools of Missions: and Mrs. John E. Sylvester -; meters were carefully checked I
i;meeting Tuesday' evening of last, in Miami several days last weekon Each' missionary will representhis of Miami who was appointed -: when complaints were filed and

,tMEAT t- I week-Mrs;.Dyal and Miss Rosen-. business and pleasure. or her'field ,of service, whetherin by the Home Mission Board to were usually found'to"he accurate. SEEJjM

STARKE ,FLA. I I berg ,visited the Southside BPW' Replace your old sewing machine Florida, some other state ,or serve with her late husband as Mrs: Johns said she thought '

i Thursday I : belt with a new Singer Belt .outside the U. S. boundaries. Rev. missionaries to the Russians in'' persons with complaints would be
Sun.-Mon.-Tue.; Jan. 24-2526 ;! from Denmark Furniture Co. tf I, Wm. H. Hickman Jr... native of :Miami better satisfied if they-were informed TONEY HOMESFree '

:MARILYN MONROE i Rosenberg and Miss Madge Mid- Ollando, will represent Paraguay, All of the visiting missionarieswill when their meters were
!Idkton in Tallahassee last Mrs. Mary C. Purvis of Gainesville -
TONY CURTIS were South Americca. Miss Bonnie Jean be staying at the Magnolia'
'Friday evening and Saturday to was a weekend guest of Mr. AND ,HIS
I Beach will Hotel in and
JACK LEMON Ray Daytona represent Starke on Monday '
I attend, the BPW MembershipClinic. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong. .China and Hawaii.. will be guests of the Kingsley' -
'THAT'S ALL?
"SOME LIKEIT Mrs. Pauline Torode is confinedin
Rev. Preston M. Denton of Lake Baptist Church at a covered ,
HOT"JUNE Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams Baptist Memorial Hospital, Rockford Ill. will be the featured dish luncheon. At this time the :r .. :;_ Show I

ALLYSON .,1 Visited her'mother Jacksonville, Mrs.Jr over F. RoEers'in the- Jacksonville.' Miss ,Charlene Hardy ,was an speaker at the Mission rally to state missionaries, :will present an :
be held in the Madison Street informal .
DAVID NIVKN weekend. overnight visitor Monday of, her I program.On
Judge and Mrs. T A.- Yawn grandmother, Mrs. G. E. McGau-. Baptist Church Sunday afternoon Tuesday the missionarieswill ,
MY MANGODFREY !I at 3 o'clock. For several years he be guests of the First Baptist, AT
Jr. and family were in Donalson- ley, in Palatka. ,
was superintendent of missions for Church of Starke, at which time <
vIle Ga over the weekend visiting Mrs. Vi: V. Hazen and Mrs. Max i,1 I '
) Westfield Baptist Association in the home missionaries will presenta WALDO FLORIDA:
Cinemascope Mrs! Z. R. Jones and family. Furlong and son. Bill attended .: : < >;{ <'
PLUS JCOLOR CARTOON Mrs. A. G._ Youngue and son the Silver Wedding anniversary j j.: Illinois and is now: serving asan program. yOn .......,<:.:.'..;..:::,-.r,,:;:(.:,,..:.:w.fJ.. 12 Miles South of Starke on 301
Mack, and Emory Dean of Ocala of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Norris in, area missionary in the northern Wednesday the foreign missionaries v' \
STARTING AT
of that state. He has also will
part
present a
.:Thur., Jan. 27-28 were Sunday visitors of Mr. and LaCrosse on Sunday. program /ii.\
Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando i!done missionary work in the following a luncheon at the Madi-..
FIRST FILM BOMBSHELL Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. I 1 P.M. Sunday January 24th
t Philippine Islands. son Street Baptist Church. ,
w spending this week with her,,
QUT OF UBAm!! Mr. and Mrs N. B. Rosier and I
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and It's true.you wear this amaze
son and Mrs. Floyd Green were FEATURING
PIERSHAVANA I cess of $9.000, but Council indica- ing new Sonotone hearing aid ALLiS
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C, H. Dit- Mrs. E. L. Matthews.Mrs. ; Taxi Measure
I' ted Tuesday night its requirements YOUR; EAR! No cord nothingworn
tmar in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr Frances Hefferan is a ; might not reach that figure anywhere, else.,The smallest BOB LYNN AND ,HIS MUSICALALL

-,PLUS and Mrs. A. C. Dowling of medical patient in Bradford County Roberts said: however, that Sonotone ever, it' weighs only! STARS
the State Farm .were Sunday dinner Hospital.. I I Stirs Dispute any portion of matching funds half &r\\ ounce,.including battery.SONOTONE. ,
RIOT IN I guests of Mr and Mrs. C. R. .Mrs.; : ,Ethel Pickren of Gaines-, n.'ightbe used up to the specified 4
Scoggins.Mr. stile spent the weekend with ,her j I
JUVENILE ,
PRISONJerome Continued from amount Everyone Welcome
( Page1 1) _
of daughter Mrs. Seeber Goodman
and Mrs. Horace Horton i I
Thor, Marcia Henderson It is'planned to install the short
Chicago, Ill and Mrs. E. F Montgomery -'and family. j 721 N.W. 20th Avenue
Drawing most vigorous protests wave radio system to make two-
PLUS COLOR CARTOON of Lake City were Mon- Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. Carrie I from McKinney and, two other'way communication possible, between Gainesville, Fla. WHEN YOU NEED A NEW HOME: SEEJIM

Fri.-Sat., Jan. 29.30 day evening supper guests of Mr. Ritch and Miss Annie Darby have taxi operators George Simpsonand the power plant, natural Please send me without ti .
had as guests Mrs. H, F. Griffin,;! obligation
) and Mrs. David Montgomery. :
Felton Smith, system city hall, police head- HOMESWaldo
was a provision gas free TONEY .
booklet, LIVE AGAINall
THE LAST Mrs. Richard Griffin Mrs. Wal- i your ,
Mr and Mrs. J. H; Ritch; Sr. In the ordinance requiring taxi quarters,, fire station, Sherriffs .
lace Mock and Miss Helen Williams ( about hearing). PHONE HO 8.2781
will spend the weekend with Mr.
WAGONClnemaSoope ; I drivers to meet certain physical office and trucks used in the field

and.Mrs. Ritch. Jr. at their lake of Waldo on Sunday., and!and educational requirements, before by, the. various city ,utilities. Dis- Name __-_?____?_________
Mrs. AI Bankston and Mrs- Marie j jNeugla "
Richard home near Gainesville; being licensed to drive.' the city hall, and antenna will be RAY' D. 'FORTH ..Keystone Heights .
tVIdrnarkFeliela > of Savannah Ga. on Mon-j : Address ______Apt_____ .
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will
Farr Singer Sewing Machine. Needlesat day. All taxi operators agreed there patching headquarters be in PHONg 4307
Fumitur Co. tfi I was a critical shortage of drivers erected on the new water tank. __ -
Denmark Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Finzer. City -------- __State______
"PLUEDENIM" I i and under the new regulations I Roberts was requested to submit
I I Jr. and children visited Marine- Don't Miss The Free Show!
\ I I| Mrs.. M. W. Lance and Mrs. L. land they might wake up some' morning i a .layout and costs of a system Batteries for all makes of Hear-
;J. Richardson and children attended on Sunday. suit present ing Aids. I
without anyone to .drive their designed to the city's .
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fitch of Tus- I .
Carol T
Lynley a family birthday dinner. cabs. i needs. Other companies will ,be
Brandon de Wilde Sunday at the home of Mr. and i con Ariz. are spending the winter They maintained' that taxidrivers i asked to submit plans and quotations -
Macdonald CareyCinemaSeope Mrs. Charles Lance at St. Simons I with their daughter, Mrs. J. C. in Stark didn't make : also.Although.

Island Ga for the birthdays of Fogg; and family. enough money to attract newcomers ; the City has no funds
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman
PLUS :2-COLOB.CATOONS Mrs. M. W. Lanc"and Charles to the. field. I budgeted currently for this pur-
celebrated Mrs. Norman's birth
Lance. "Most all the local drivers havea "pose. Roberts said the earmarked. BARKSDALE'SVVinter
day last Friday .evening with din- I -
( .
heart. condition or_:asthma, or' Federal' Funds would'probably. be
ner in Jacksonville.Mrs. I'
when something that makes ,them .unfit kept available'at any time during
heedREUABLE Effie Johns, was In Lake
you
for other ,work and. that's why I the 1960 calendar year.
City on- Wednesday visiting Rev.
they're driving cabs; McKinney i City Recreation Director Bob
and Mrs. G. W. Smedley.
said. "If they .have to meet strict 1 Benner presented a map of suggested -

GAS SERVICE Extra Bobbins save time-Stock physical requirements, we might recreation areas through- Clearance

np with Singer Bobbins at Denmark not have any drivers left. out the city, spaced from one-

Furniture Co. tf Chitty replied: "If we're going quarter ,to one-half mile apart.
THINK OF ... ... ,.., ..,
under advise-
SLIDE GAS I to have an ordinance at all I The map was taken :" : r --" "
.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale visited don't see how we can eliminatethe merit for further study. .,, III ,,... .r 3. .. "I'
A MI'. and Mrs. Comer Perryman in licensing of drivers! I don't' A delegation from the RJE I" II' ..
TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UV Jacksonville on Sunday. think the requirementS are un- I colored school PTA requestedCouncil

PHONE WO .4.3551ii Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville ,leasonable." to assist with fill work I : BRINGS Y'OU'MORE SAVINGSTHAN
spent the weekend with her sister -; Thomas said he thought the and lighting of the new football

Mrs.. W. E. Middleton. I' taxi owners wanted a good,."mid- field now" under construction at''''I
Mrs. Ira Wilson has returned j dle of the road ordinance and that the Reno school. The delegationwas EVER BEFORE

after spending the past week with I was what he had tried to come .''told to contact the School
her cousin Mrs. Nona Dyer In Board and the Recreation Depart-
: : up with by studying ordinances ,
,.- I. : Fort Myers. She also visited Mrs. used in towns of comparable size. ment to see what could be done \ .
S Doris Middleton and family, and his',
i He said it was not place to6o
AIIEII Horace Dyal and family. through and delete paragraphsthat :
Cothran of Neptune ,
Donald were objectionable to taxi ;;
....iiiii.. Beach was a Sunday guest of owners. If any cutting was dond, \
Green.License'TaS. 8Wihg
Archie the Council would have to do it. r.n .

Thomas said.Councilman.
Sales Ruby Johns challenged -:

Florida Theatre Running About Par the argument that' thet'e'' .

were already "too many taxis in ,
-
The sale of license tags at the Starke" by asserting that on
tax collector's office in. Starkeis I several occasions she had called d

JAN 24' &, 2S running at approximately the,cabs for patrons of her beauty TO.

same rate as last year. 'i i shop and that sometimes they I \ I "HIS'U' '
A.s of January 18, 1041 tags had to wait as long as an hour: ,

Sponsored by BHS Senior Class had been issued. During the month I before the cabarrived.McKinney.said I: YE .
he tried to maintain ,17 '
last 1451 tags "
of January year <
Help Them Earn Money For Their were sold. I prompt", service, but that. !r''f .
i sometimes wffen a'cab was broken ,/ ,
deadline for new
The obtaining
.. Senior Trip' license tags is' Feb. 20. ,down or' a drive; incapacitated a i :-'-, J WlTCHf9) ,

I .u I I hardship' Se' might re>ult. i CAT ...
After Clerk. Edwards finally ..CUANKtJ }.

reading completed Council much-interrupted. concluded that!. J i 'I AND EVEN MORE ON OUR SUPER VALUES -

it was .getting' nowhere: fast and i ,
U.- S. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS; MATERIAL Chairman Chitty suggested that I
G LF.
taxi owners get together with Attorney ) .
Thomas? and Councilmen r
J. D. Doyle, i4 9.V1g. this 'I UNBELIEVABLE VALUES FOR EVERYONE

FOR SA ]LEANDING afternoon LThursdayl at 5 o'clock : \SQLAR 'AWAIT YOU AT BARKSDALE'S! VALUE'S'AND '
.
to.. thrash out differences and -
'
ihip a suitable ordinance into I SAVINGS TOO NUMEROUS AND' BIG TO

shape for presentation .to Councilat : 1t HE LIST SEPARATELY!'

MAINTENANCE SHOP BUILDINGS CAMP BL Siding; its Feb. 2 meeting. T $' ,

Sheatfos;, Framing (all dimensions), Steel Win,JQWS, pipe, Boilers: Pleasant Surprise ', : .
'-r Pave Roberts factory representative -
Blower Type Radiators with Fans Two Air Com resscors with 20'Ht .
P; of, Motorola Co., manufacturers -

Motors, Electrical Fuse and Switch Boxes, Bolts (ill i: sizes and lengths, of radio, equipment,.*as 1 .Come See and Sav'Th'is

complete),. 76 ft.- and* 40 ti. Clear Span Wood Truss;;es, and other miscel the bearer of glad tidings when -_' ". .
he' informed Council that Federal .
,
laneous items too' numerous to mention.CUYIHOCA' '
funds were released Jan. 11 to be I can I" '
used for matchcing purposes for 1 1-, ;jb- .,-oil* Is Out Biggest Ever

WRECKIMG g O the purchase of two-way radio I
1 1A equipment "for the city. I ,

CAMP: LANDING FL : Roberts said he was informed in I r. REGISTEROIL flARKsnALES1
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,
Jacksonville that around $4,600; I I "' 0>>
had been.earmarked: Civil Defense < COMPANYPhone

""Salesman' on.Job"-=- 7:30'A.M., to 4:00 P.' I.. Mo\ ;aday' Tnrtr i Freda p-. ;f ; funds for- Starke under an Hi W Call Street, Starke
r
'application filed several months 1t.W&44641tI !

-, -- ., ,. ,.. ., &go This would permit Starke to I _.
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\. .... : -'-_ .. purchase radio equipment in-ex- I ", ..- -., : -' -.- > -. '->, _::: -.- : : :::;:- ,/;

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I, .:....THURSDAY JANUARY 21. 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGF APH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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J1L ... .s Norma Jean Bell: :, Mr. And Mrs. Fancher. : : j 4ft? WOODS FIRES I with 12 acres burned were n
1Glztty I : i :
II II I Weds Glenn NeelyIn j jJ I Observe Golden ported for. the same period last

The Florida Forest Service reyear.
I II Maxville Church i Wedding AnniversaryMr ports only one fire last week with
Rainfall for the past week was
four acres burned.

I A wedding of Interest tea wide, ana Mrs. P. D. Fancher.,, : There have ,been four fires \\"ith"fry light with only .20 inches re-

I circle of friends was that of Miss'; were pleasantly surprised at a s 42 acres burned since Jan. 1 of corded; .10 on Sunday and ,10 on

I Nooty! J I|t Norma Jean Bell. daughter of :Mr.II i,, Golden Wedding anniversary Deception : a this year while only three fires :MondayFamilies

_.... .. _._.- :and: Mrs. J. A. Bell of Starke,' given in their honor Sunday -
afternoon from three to five
to Glenn Neely, son of Mr. and t
Woman's Club 'Junior Day' Event o'clock at their home, 803 W. Cypress -
Mrs. J. N. Neely of'Maryville, La.,
: St. Hosts on this occasion
{ .
Hears Mrs. Dickens To Be Highlight The double ring ceremony, was were Mr. and Mrs. William E. } a
performed by Rev. W. 0. Mathis,
Fancher of Ala.
Birmingham ,
Review 'Marse Ned' Of Club Activities at the Maxville1 Baptist Church on ,
and Mr. and Mrs. P. D. FancherJr.
Saturday evening, Jan. '16, at I ., of RaifivJ- -
'Not a Civil War tale, nor a A highlight of the year for the o'clock. The church was beautifully -! Y ] *
Beautiful arrangements of yellow -
genealogical chronicle, but a Junior Woman's Club of Starke j decorated for the occasion' k' ke:
I Fugii mums and gladioli were l .
will take place on Thursday. Jan. with large baskets of .white glad- & w
j
story of real people, is the way placed at vantage points in the ',
28, when the club will be host to !IOU,. green tern and large white
Mrs. Rita Dickens described her Fsncher home. The refreshment
all Junior Clubs of District Four'porn poms. i! I
rc ent novel,:'Marse Ned," at the -f the Florida Federation of Wo- Mr.; Bell gave his daughter in taile was covered with a cross- .M
stitched linen cloth and centered
iwetlns of the Starke Woman's J en's Clubs. 1'1 arrill ge. Serving as best man forMr '
with two large gold 'candles and
Club Wednesday afternoon: Jan. "Junior Day" is an annual event Neely was Pat Lloyd of Shis- 'two pink dolls. The wedding cakeat -

13.: ci the clubs and this will be 'the took, ..Okla.A ho is presently one end of the table was de- ,; ,. :
;rat time that the Starke Juniors stationed at Cecil Field\ Naval
Mrs. Dickens, 'who resides In ; coated with gold fern and yellow 4 t
Marianna and is have had the honor of being host 1 Air Station. and with A'I
a frequent visitor roses topped a nosegayof
in\Starke, was introduced by club. II I' The bride wore a beautiful yellow roses, lilies of the val- 3Rl

Mrs. C. A. Knight, chairman of Principal speaker on the pro- white virgin wool sheath dress anda ley, geld fern and a gold satin &lU'i'"t.. Z. Ji;" .
club's gram will be Mrs. Joseph S. fingertip veil. Her corsage was are happier in
the fine arts department. : hew Punch was served from a on the buffet. The many lovely McCord, and Mrs. J. R. Kite.
As in the book, the author's Clark of Orlando who is State cf pink carnations. !bowl at the opposite end, while ,4ifts were displayed the .
on patio.
Approximately 100 guests called
own wit and charm were eviden- :Junior Director. Chairman for the The maid of honor Miss Linda crjstal: trays held dainty cake I
Assisting in serving and caring during the afternoon home of their !
,
ced in her talk. At the same time, day will be Mrs. Claude Smith of HutchinsQif of Starke, wore a blue squares: nuts and mints. A bouQuet for the guests were Mrs. L. O. | Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman including of a own
: .
there seriousness Jacksonville, Junior Director for satin brocade sheath dress with a flanked
was a note of : of 50 yellow,roses, Baldwin Mrs. Sidney Orlando
'Yalker. and
Roy Russell and
when she spoke of the good will District Four. I I corsage. of white carnations. j!8>y four gold candles, was placed, Mrs. O. E. Crosby, Mrs. Henry I Francis Bridges of Tallahassee.. I
and better understanding she Other distinguished guests will The mother of the bride, Mrs.' ---- -

hoped the reading( of her book include. .Mrs. C. W. Owens Jr., J. A. Bell, chose' royal blue knit, Stork Shower I Garden Club Miss June ConnerIs r ; SOUTHERN BELLE
Gould bring between the North Past .Junior director; Mrs. John dress and a white carnation cor-!

and the South. Her anecdotes regarding G. Mahon, Junior State Vice sage.Mrs. I For Mrs. JohnsAt Will Hear Jordan Complimented 3 Bedrooms

her family and the Negro Chairman; Mrs. Charles Bostwick, Strawsie Davis of Raleigh, i or

tcrvants were thoroughly enjoyedor State Junior Cpnservation Chairman N. C., grandmother of the ,bride, Weldon Home ]or. B. Jordan, teacher of Vocational At Lovely ShowerMiss $2495 ,F

the club members and guests. : Mrs. E. J. Clark. Senior Director attended the wedding wearing an Agriculture at the State

Mrs. Dickens is a great, great of District Four; and MrS. attractive black dress and a white i Mrs. Hollis Knight and *Mrs. ; Prison, will Ibe the speaker at the I June Conner, whose mar- 4 CASH PRICE

granddaughter of Florida's Civil Junius M. Smith Senior Sponsorof carnation corsage.Immediately ,Gladys Weldon entertained at a''; riage to Rev.'Lloyd Peterson was

War Governor, John ,Milton, and the Starke Club. after the ceremony, lovely stork shower Thursday I II Garden Club meeting, Monday I Tan event of January 15, was the

or General David Blackshear of Extensive preparations are ,being & reception was held at the home I evening of last week at the home evening at 7:30 .o'clock in the inspiration for a lovely bridal Don't Miss The Big Show. .

Georgia, where she was prominent made by the committee chairmen .- of Mr and Mrs. John North, ot the latter honoring Mrs. Randy EpiscopalParish hall. I I shower given Saturday
evening,
in the social and civic af- to insure that this will be a friends of the bride and groom.A Jwhns. f I Members of the Florida Federation -|Jan. 9, at the Pine Level Baptist
lairs of Dublin before memorable occasion for the visiting /foeautiful white tiered wedding livery aat. 5:30 P.M. WJXTTJackto.J'il1e
returning Ch. 4Feauri
pf Garden Church
The party attractivefor Club have do- recreation center.
rooms were Hostesses -
to her birthplace. Marianna, Juniors, who will representthe cake, decorated with pink roses, .....
where she now resides. Lake City, Macclenny, and all green leaves and topped with a the occasion with arrangements yaced 5c from each of its 30.000 fate were Mrs. J. C. Sapp Mrs. : "s the Famous Radio and TV Stars j jjj
of red gladioli. The refresh- members Brown. Mrs. B. M. McRae,
The central character' the Jacksonville Junior Clubs. miniature bride( ,and groom, gracedthe I dent table was overlaid with a' for greehhouses to be I I Mrs. J. G. Jackson :Mrs. Wilton r r 1 i ;* i a jj
book is her father, Ned Blackburn, : All members of the Junior Woman's lace covered table. A white erected at the State Prison under,
handsome Conner Mrs- J.
cutwork cloth and cen ; G. Stalnaker,
and' it tells of the deep devotionof i Club of Starke are urged.to punch bowl, surrounded by green I terM with an arrangement. the Garden Therapy, directors of 1 I,!!Mrs. Freddie Watterson, Mrs. and their Clinch Mountain Boystxxxxxxxxxxstxxxxxxxx
make their reservations before
"Marse Ned" to the colored fern and pink gladioli, was placed ; pink and white ros s. Dainty sand- lie Garden Clubs. Mr Jordan is |Paul Faulkner, Mrs. Roscoe ,Bull-
Jan. 26 with Mrs. Stanley Noegelor
folk of the plantation as well as '. at each end of the table. Wedding! riches, cookies arid coffee were head of the Vocational I mgton and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, Jr.
their love and respect for him. Mrs. J. E. Hardy. cake and punch were served to! served. AgrlCUI-1 The refreshment table
ture was covered -
division
After the meeting, Mrs. Dickens the guests by Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson at the: Mrs. with f e
everal games were played during an imported cutwork linen -
A. Russell
autographed copies of the BPW ActivitiesAre of Starke, Mrs. C. B. Nolan of I the evening and prizes awarded Norman, program cloth and centered with an arrangement -
book for I chairman! has as her theme, "Save
members of the
club. It
Scheduled Baldwin and Mrs. Raymond Kil- to the winners.v of red roses flanked by
was announced that it is also available I The hostesses were assisted by Space For Beauty. I ltd tapers in silver holders. Red +M
in the local library.In gore.After the reception, the bride' Hostesses for the evening will colored
At MeetingThe Misses Mary Katherine WainWright punch was served with
the I' be Mrs. P. T. Nolin, chairman
absence of Mrs. H. B, and groom left for a short wed Martha Weldon and Judy sheet cakes decorated with miniature -
Peyton club' president the business Starke Business and Pro- ding trip. The !bride chose for i Lesawyer.The Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mrs. Harry wedding tells in red and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA'

session was presided over by fessional Women's Club met traveling a toast brown knit suit, honoree, who was confinedto ,:ilooty. white. / 3281 W. BeaTer St. Call collect EV 7.1141, or

Mrs. H. C. Ritch. vice, president.The Thursday evening, Jan. 14 at the with beige, ae'ssories. : the hospital at the time of the The public is invited to hear Mr.Jordan .r I, Appropriate games were played I write P. 0. Box 6248, Jacksonville, Fla.

membership voted to re- home of the president, Miss Madge The bride attended Bradford arty, was presented with the speak. I during the evening and prizes )

scind the controversial provision Middleton, with Mrs. Willie Mae High School. The groom' many lovely gifts in a gayly decorated *i were won by Mrs. Collins, Mrs. H.l -
County ", ,,
which permitted only three unex- Denton as co-hostess. graduated from Maryville High basket the next day. SewellPowellEngagement M. McRae and Mrs. Jessie Ricks. .__ ; ,. _t'L W "; =- :.:: : : / .

cused absences from club meetings to have School in 1955 and attended I, Little Doyle Conner Jr.,
Plans were made a one Twenty-five guests were invited i brought}

during a year, without loss representative at,the Membership year of business school before io attend the party from 7:30: to ToldMr. ,;the gifts into the room in a wagon FLORIDA THEATRE

of membership. I Workshop' Tallahassee on Saturday entering the navy. He is now: 9:30:: o'clock. I ccorated in.red and white.
Educational booklets entitled ; 16. A and Means About 70 guests enjoyed this ,
Jan. Ways stationed at Cecil Field Naval Air, \ and Mrs. William Byron
"Ihe Intelligent Woman's Guide Committee was appointed to be Station.. : First Baptist Sewell announce the engagement,I I delightful affair.Weiner .
to Art" distributed to : Saturday January 23
were mem- ,
composed of .:Mrs. Ruby Johns, The young couple will reside in 01 their.daughter, Virginia May,
bers. Mrs. C. L. Scholl announcedthat Mrs- Nate Dyal', Mrs.. Mike Gil- Starke until February when :Mr.] Circle Meetings :10 William Jefferson Powell, son.| Roast Given 1st FEATURE
this was'the first of a seriesof Mrs. J, D. Doyle Mrs. E. of Mr. ., i. *
hooly, Neely will receive his discharge! flflrt Mrs.. Jefferson Davis } ;: .
booklets to be.supplied by trig: A. Hall, and- Miss Florence Jenkings. from the navy. They will then!I The Ethel .Biggs Circle' metTuesday Powell/of Jacksonville. ;For Dale Crosbyi : '- '
General Federation of Women's at the home of STRATEGIC AIR COMMANDJames
evening The bride-elect i
is
make their home in Maryville, La. ? a graduate of
Clubs in Washington, The club voted to make a cash Mrs. Donald Neel with Orie Wiggins Florida State University with a tI I and Mrs. Albert Lee .Cros-

The refreshment table in the gift to the National lIemisphereI I as co-hostess. Mrs. A. R. Master's Degree in Music Educa-I by Jr. gave a weiner roast last

sunroom was centered 'with an Friendship Committee which is,, New OES Officers Norman and several members of tion. She is currently employed as Friday afternoon for their son, Stewart June Allyson -- ,

arrangement of pink gladioli and I pnvnoting better public relations: Elected Monday .i the circle presented the program, Choral Director in the Bradford Dale, on\ his 11th birthday anni-, Color 2nd Vestavision2nd
carnations, flanked by pink tap- "What Hast Thou Given?' Re- I
with' our overseas friends. Plans ,I ) County High School, Mr. Powell ver ary. FEATURE
ers in silver candelabra. ;Mrs. were made,to attend the District The Order of the Eastern Star freshments were served at the js a graduate of Robert E. Lee The party was held on the lawn ... --- i -
Russell Norman presided at the I meeting on January 31 at Jacksonville held its annual election of officers close of the session by the hostess. High School and Georgia Tech,. here games were played and J

silver coffee service. University. The club voted at their Monday evening meeting. The Brownlee Circle met on! with a degree in .Industrial Management prizes awarded to Olivia Good- REACHING FOR YOU F2OM OUTER' SPACE

Mrs. J. M. Vickers was chair- I to sponsor Mrs., E. A. Hall as: Elected were: Mrs. Eva Gentry, Tuesday afternoon with :Mrs. M.! He served in World War' mar Steve Yancey and Richard I,

man of hostesses. I:an officer in the district. Worthy Matron: J. L. Gentry, II. Lang, leader, and :Mrs. 0.. O. II and in the Korean police action. Kirchian.
'
Worthy Patron; Mrs._ Louise Harden -! Webb hostess. The program was He is employe4 by thC; Pepsi-Cola' After the games, refreshments '\

Associate: Matron; E. W-I I presented by Mrs. L. D. Haines on Company as assistant regional'of weirrers, cake and Coca-Colas I / Ii

Hayes, Associate Patron; :Miss "Render Unto Caesar. Devotionalwas manager, Denver Region- were served.

LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS Dorothy Alvarez, Secretary; Mrs.R. given by Mrs. M. F. Hazen.: The wedding' will take place *

C. Buford, Treasurer; Mrs. There were 10 members present. May 7 in the First Methodist Marriage LicensesThe

Inez Hamilton Conductress; Mrs. Thirteen members of the Ida Church of Starke.
I Circle met with Mrs. D. L.! following marriage licenses i
Katherine Singletkry, Associate Darby f
NOW, SERVING. STARKE Conductress; Hal Hamilton Senti- Silcox and iMrs. F. B. Beard, lead Young Adults Plan were issued by the County Judge's. I 1
office last week.
er. Devotional was given bv Mrs.L. .
neLThere Progressive SupperThe :Samuel Eugene Grant 24, of ,'
will be an installation of G. Powell, who was also in > Iff

Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank officers on Feb. 1 at .8 .o'clock in charge of the program, "Render Jacksonville and Juanita Chandler : ;
the Masonic Lodge. This is an Unto Caesar Young Adult Class of the 19, of Starke. ; /colOR.l

'.8 8.00 Tank meeting and the public is The Helen Masters Circle met First Methodist Church will havea Lonnie Lee Deese, 18, of Mid- .. < .
Cooking Only open
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per invited to attend. at the church with 11 members progressive supper Friday even- dleburg and Joyce Hattie Hoilman, lad, IIfGORCE'At 1

present, and one new member. ing starting at 6:30 o'clock at the 16,. of Middleburg. tab BYRON NASUIBicrpgpBARRiLYNDOIt '

PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6-4351 Altar SocietySt. Hostess, Mrs. O. F. Siemer, Sr., worth.home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Blood- I _xd......dhUM9d&far"yF.

leader, Mrs. 1\[. B. Jordan presided CARD OF THANKS ldwt ,
The group will visit prospective J14I ar

Joe Shaw I Edwards Altar Society will over the business session. The member during the evening. We wish to take this methodof ..... ... i.--' .....4
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meet Tuesday evening, Jan. 26, at program was.given by Mrs. J. E. -

8 o'clock in the Parish Hall. Hildebran, "Render Unto Caesar." expressing our thanks and Cartoon: MISUNDERSTOOD GIANTSUN.
Taking part in the program were Beta Sigma Phi gratitude to all who were so kind

r Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. T. B. and, thoughtful of us during our & MON. TUES. & WED.
Harding, Sr., Mrs. M. B. Jordan 'PIeSigma. Phi sorority'I recent bereavement. The lovely

and Mrs. W. B. :Mundy, Jr. will meet Monday 'evening at 8' flowers and other expressions of Jan. 24 & 25 Jan. 26 & 27
o'clock at the home of Miss Louise sympathy-will never be forgotten.The .
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I 1 Stern with Mrs. Glen Conner as family of Adam Tyson [Sponsored by the Seniors BUS]

} ....-.... ,- Mrs. GilhoolyHostess co-Hostess.. Green. t_ _ <
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::,,> Mrs)' Mike Gilhooly was hostess Now Under New Management "" }Aili MIGHT SHATTER ,,

&t four tables of cards Monday .:. THEIR LIFE! x
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+ ... I THOMASSINCLAIR A' tIJI.IS lun TECIiH1COlO t <
Pink roses and geraniums $Y f;)
t. ;s I graced points ot'interest" hi the I OLIVIAaHAViLLAHDeOGA DIRK

living room ,and the Florida room !) rtJ -'= ;'I E
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for the occasion. The refresh- ;; SERVICE STATION J, .. f'I rwrPt:
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ment table was lovely! with a pink r fiJ" .. IE,:

linen cloth and centerpiece of Cor. :Madison and Orange Streets ""; 'I r.mll.4II
I in bowl J'J' (r ,x .
pink gladioli a milk glass J d J -

: ". .. f and flanked by pink tapers in milk COLON THOMAS, Manager t Cartoon:
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glass holders. Her daughter
: Elaine, assisted in serving.refreshments -I t. i. Cartoon: Swiss Misfit The Bee Devilled Bruin

of cake. coffee, mints and: We Invite You To Come In '* '
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nuts. THURS. & FRI.
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OUT with; the mounting cost of upkeep on an I .* Jan. 28 & 29

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:.:.. SPECIALSRECAP .
(t.. OUT with* I high" financing cost: Before you To Meet Here '

the facts Region Four of- the Florida TIRES
loan on an
decide on a plan, get ,
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School Foods Service'Association. ? A
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loan from usl which includes 12 counties, will '. .1 1 *
economical bank auto !- hold a district meeting Saturday 6.70x15. Q95 ...,#4-,

from 9 to 2 o'clock at the Starke !,':,.

Elementary Cafetorium and High 7.50 x .14 O WHITE OR :

School cafeteria. BLACK
H. FLORIDA'Niw Mrs. Sarah Hunter is director, i from M-G.II

and also planning to attend will WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF U U EXT ZB3&T1> PtSWCTtft, '

I Frances Bouchard Caudle
Mrs
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fYYYYYYYYT/YYYYYYYYYYYV* Church-League vhp donated'the lovely table and hospital, recuperating from her books to Mrs- Irene Odom. They We are sorry to report that(( Mr.

editorial two chairs to the church last lecent illness. We hope that Mrs. will be sent to where-they are George Shuford is ill in a Jack-

HEILBR l 0 N l Basketball ResultsV '"week: Robinette will be, able to return needed. The books may .be given sonville hospital. We wish him. a
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; "Brotherjjngerfelt and his wife to the Brotherhood president si-1 recovery.
After being- held scoreless! in home soon from the Bradford
andJ.Irs. Bryant Redding -
jisiijed W -
Bj tin. Harvey McCarthy the first First Methodist
quarter -* the" County Hospital
Wilbur Brown family t
Conner Announces 4 .............-........... came from behind to defeat the A. ,J. Crawford, family and Mrs. Carl Brown left for Louisiana DeWITT C. JONES

Madison Street Baptist 25-23 in' Sister Carrie Norman On Sunday last Sunday to attend the FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
Howdy Neighbors. A very pleasant -
Once again Bradford' County will have a big weekend is extended to you. a hard fought basketball gameEdward afternoon graduation: exercises of her brother PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO -2610VA
and ,
hit
Edgar Akridge Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark of from a ministerial college. She
stake in a statewide political race. Mrs. Lois Cox reports for the tor 9 and 6 pointS respectively to Jacksonville visited Mrs. Den- also plans on* touring that area \ furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept
Keilbionn
The announcement Wednesday by Doyle E. Con- :! which Home met in pemonstrationClub the office of lead the losers while Hugh In- mark's mother, Mrs. Lois Carter, te ole returning home. We wish ANY life Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANY company, as

ner as a candidate for the Commissioner of Agri- Jiiis Ross recently in Starke. gram with 8, points and David oa Sunday.Mr. her a safe journey.Mr. payment In part or in full on funeral services. Consultationcrrru
Bristow with 5 Y'o'ere.l. high for and .Mrs. John Benny Sapp .
culture post being vacated by veteran Nathan During this meeting the ladies agreed < and Mrs. Blaine* Thompson .; 10 obligation.7PC. .
Methodist. o* Daytona visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Verda Johns went fishing -
Mayo comes as no surprise, but at the same timeit to continue sending their raii -
First Christians 15tscore
up a Carl Sapp over.the weekend. ,
cia Christmas cards to the Sun- '.' J last week, but, due to a scare rr
is a matter of exceptional interest and prideto in the first quarter againstthe Mrs. Oscar Carter, Mrs. Carrie they didn't enjoy it very much.
land
Training Center in Gainesville -
the citizens of Bradford County.It Presbyterian team. and,coastedto : Norman, Mrs. Wade Gaskins and
which has been the customof We urge all of you who don"tilave'
a 32-21 victory. Curtis McGee Mrs. O. J. Phillips visited Mrs. LIVING ROOM GROUP
is interesting to; note that probably no postin the club in past years. Anyone your coupons for the Chil- .
scored 18 points and Paikham and Mrs. Alice Joneson
the Governor's cabinet has such wide day-to- desiring to give their cards to this FranjtlinTorn QJI en's Home to get taem by Wednesday .
nson'10 to lead the Christian Wednesday afternoon. They
worthy cause are requested to Jan. 27. Give the coupons
day impact upon the lives and well-being of the scoring. Tom Hardin was high also visited the Hope Cemetery
pve them to Miss Ross. The next Christmas cards, and old Sunday
public in Florida as that of the Commissioner of meeting will be held in the homeof with 7 points followed by Bob Mrs. TCiy is,now home from the School. Training Union and WMU

Agriculture. Although few people realize it, this Mrs. A. C. Ellis on the second Read's 5'for Presbyterian.The ....-- -.

office is not concerned entirely with Florida's Thursday of next month Feb. 11, schedule foe Thursday, Jan. :. i
sprawling agriculture and livestock industries. at 2 p. m. All members areurged 21. is Madison Street Baptist" "'S

It also has vast influence on the quality and LO attend and bring someone-with First Christian' at 7 p.m. Presbyterian r-;

price of the food we eat. as well as supervisionof you.Those vs. First'Methodist aU.8:3tt; : 1 --

the inspection fertilizers, citrus, com- attending church services p.m.On
Thursday Jan. 28, Presby-
at Heilbronn Church will
mercial feeds, seeds, drugs cosmetics
gasoline -li
agree that the members strive to terian vs. First Christian at 7 p.m. .. <
and oil, and many other items. and Madison -Baptist t w
offer and vs. 1
you your family the I t
Because of its unique relationship to the entire best in preaching by the pastor First Methodist at 8:30 p.m. 1-J v 9&s
Rev. Otis T Jones and in congregational -
public-no matter what 'line of work in
HOPE
BAPTIST
singing and good old CHURCH \
which the individual be engaged-the of- .
may
country, Christian fellowship. We .1$:
Theiessa miles ,south of .
fice of Commissioner requires balanced, season- seven .
hope visitors '
our on last Sunday Starke on Route 100. Rev. Sam-
ed, honest and imaginative direction. There i3 Mil come often. We want and uel S. Cuthbert pastor, r, ,

no place for single-track' thinking, or special. i.ted each of you. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn-

interest favoritism. The Commissioner musts Don't forget Wednesday even- ing Worship. 11 a, m. Message

rve many people, in many capacities, and must jug will be the time for our W113 by the pastor on the topic "What WITH MATCHING
1 SOFA BED
and Brotherhood to hold their -
serve them well and impartially.We Baptists Stand For. Training A$ '
meetings at the Church at 7:30p. Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor-, ftJ.L2' CHAIR '
feel that Conner's background and still- m. Mrs. Otis T, Jones. WMS ship 7:30 p. m. Series of mess- *

active participation in farming, his state and president, and Glen Norman ages on the Boot of Revelationby A "See now you can always keep our yard clean with 2--, STEP END TABLES

national leadership in Future Farmers of Brotherhood president urges all the pastor. Topic this week quality hardware. from Starke Builders Supplies." ,

America, and his long legislative record, culmi- ladies and gentlemen to be pre- a ill be "God's Mercy Toward Mo- 1 -- COFFEE TABLE
sent. So wives bring your husbands "
cttrn
Israel.
nating in his election as Speaker of the House and vice versa. Remember 2 -- TABLE LAMPS
Wednesday 7:30
: m., Prayer
p. .
makes him eminently qualified to' ,carry out lames: to bring your coupons for Meeting: followed by choir rehear- ,

the duties of the Commissioner of Agriculturepost the Children's Home. This is the S&!. Mr. Fred Dodd., director.Wr7.r..n..r..nn. 'NO MONEY DOWN
with credit to himself, his county, and his last request for the old Christ- 95

state. As if these qualifications were not enough, mas cards. They must be mailed $

he is also a successful businessman, with insur- overseas after this meeting where

ance offices in Starke and Miami. they.can be used for missionarywork. NORTH SIDEBy *: Repair*


During his legislative career, Conner servedas We will be looking forward to Mrs. John Cowart Add Rooms --- Carport ---

chairman of the important Agriculture Committee report on the high school PTA &4AAA.AA.lt4lt lllaill

for two sessions, and has sponsored far- meeting held this week by Mrs. '
Cornelius Moore. The inspirational speaker in the Bath Room
,., SMALL DOWN PAYMENTNo
reaching legislative measures to assist farmers '
Those on the sick list this week worship services on Sunday was '; I ,-
whose problems he thoroughly understood. These are Mrs. Tate Crosby and little i.astor J, E. Lingerfelt of Middle- '(INCLUDING SEPTIC'TANK AND FIX-

measures included the original legislation to Richard Sapp son of Mr. and illi"b.: Anyone interested in old' TURES) CarrYing'Cl1arge

eradicate the costly screw worm; 'the gasolinetax Mrs. L. C. Sapp. May we remember time Gospel preaching. is espe-

refund tofarmers; the program for con these in prayer and all oth- cially invited to attend Prayer Time To Re-roof

trol and eradication of fire ants and white fringe ers in sickness and pain. Meeting on Wednesday 'eveningand \We Give $ &(" Green
Stamps
beetle; and the appropriation for research on Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green and Worship Services on Sunday. ?
aaughter, Bonita visited recently Brother Lingerfelt will speak at
and eradication of nematodes. He is thoroughly
with Mr. Green's sister and familyin both services.
qualified to speak for the farmers and his record
of the church wish to
Edgar.: Members
shows that he has spoken for them many, many Guests of Mrs. Lois Cox on express their gratitude to' Mrs. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPUES HART FURNITURE CO

times. Thursday afternoon of last week'' Veida Johns for the inspirational

were Mr and Mrs. O. E. Richardson niusic presented in the'services on Phone WO '$-4201 Starke Fla.
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Bradford County has always been generous in of Gainesville. Sunday. '.'' Starke, Florida

its support! of "native sons" when they run for Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday night. Jan': 27, will --- -- -

state office i and we predict that, now the formal J.. D. Gaskins, wer.e Rev. and Mrs. l be family night at the' covered

annoflUcement has been made,. our citizens will, Otis T. Jones:'and daughter. Miss, 'dish supper. Each family is 'InCited '
rally behind our personable young fellow citizen Patricia Jones,1 of O'Brien. to participat irr the service A 65QiVG UP SALE 70 CELEBRATE!

and give him' the home-county backing that he Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman which will follow the supper. OUR
and children.: Ray and Mr. and Visitors, friends and neighbors
deserves.AltHbugh.
Mrs. Glen Norman visited Sun- ale cordially invited to attend .. DAi't oti!!

Bradford County is small, both in day in Jacksonville with Mr. and tliese hours of fellowship and

area and in population, it has the reputation ofbatting Mrs. N'orman's other son and worship. \
daughter-in-law, Mr. and, Mrs. Northside Church members
way above the average in placing some of
Clinton ,Norman. wish to thank the Bayless Highway -
its outstanding citizens in influential state' of
Saturday guests of Mr. and' Church and Evergreens for
!These men, in the past, have served with Mrs. R"omie Crawford were Mrs. the invitation to join them the

creditto themselves and to those who helped elect Crawford's brother and sisterinlaw week of January 24 in the Schoolcf

them!' We are confident" that Doyle .Conner will ; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Forsjth. Missions. All members are

follow* This tradition. of Savannah, Ga., and Mr. and urged to attend these meetings at
Mrs. J. T. Forsyth and daughter one of these churches.
ALVAREZ STORE
Morgan of Jacksonville. The thanks of the church members -

Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. is expressed to the person
New Ideas New EnthusiasmBradford .
R. L. Morgan and daughters was -, -'. -
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County farmers who were fortunate ; Three Friday January 2J 22 23
Morgan of Jacksonville.Mrs. Big Days Thursday, Saturday ,
enough to go on the South Florida agricultural W. H. Green visited in

tour last weekend returned home with their take City Thursday of last week. WHEN t
Well guess that's it for this
eyes Opened wide by some of the large-scale, time. May our loving Father bless All Men's SPORT

mechanized farming operations they saw in Dade you and yours always .bye now. MEN'S$39095 SUITS 25 %

and Broward Counties.It 1 ...;..........................................""' .......t you. SHIRTS REDUCED

is safe to say, also, that they brought home '
I a g5
REDUCED- $
many new ideas of how they can apply some of EVERGREENBy $23. n

these modern methods to our small-scale farming Mrs. Sybil Griffis.fttt'll..allal..A..a 'NEED M n'sLEVI'S $3.49Pair

in this area. Farming here, of course, can '

never be the assembly line type of operation thatis ,
found in the vast fields of South Florida, but Mr and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins Boys' JACKETS"25% OFF One Lot Men's DUNGAREESWere

there is no reason we cannot borrow some of their and daughters visited friends MONEY

ideas and adapt them to our own uses. and relatives in Jacksonville last I 1.95 to 2.25
week.

The farmers who made the trip are more convinced Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wood, Mrs. SPORT SHIRTS.2% OFFMEN'S
than ever that plastic mulch is the answerto Annie Sykes and Mrs. Winnie SEEDS' Boy's N. 0 w.$1..19$ PAIR!

of the involved in
many problems strawberry Wood, all of Jacksonville, were .
production. They are also "sold" on the desirability guests of the Fisher Gaskins

of changing to a loose pack type of package family: } last Saturday .

for the preparation of berries for market. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan and DRESS PANTS All Florshcim SHOES $15.90Men's

Among other things, they found out that Mrs. Mrs. D. H. Smith and son, Jim-

Housewife, the lady who kmnys what she wants niie in Starke on Sunday after- $$12-95 NOW $9.99

when she wants it, prefers the loose-pack cup noon. While there, they attended lOA.NS TOPCOATS13 OFF

of berries to the old-style tight pack used "here the 50th wedding anniversary. of $8'95 and Q.95 NOW J.99
,Mr.. and Mrs. P. D. Frantcher.Mr.
for more than half a century. South Florida

growers actually proved this by placing loose- and Mrs. Arthur Redding ALL Boys' Tan or Gray
Sr. are the proud parents of an UP TO --'Three Days Only I -
pack and tight-pack berries side by side in a eight pound girl, Barbara Joy.

super market. The loose-pack berries sold in a The Reddings' have four sons. Boys'SuitsWere Chino Pants

few hours, while .most of the others stayed in Mrs. Redding and Barbara are BHSTomadoZlpperSWEATSHIRTS '

the store until they spoiled.' expected home from the hospitalon $600Folks to $18.95Now 6 to 16 Were $2.95
either Monday -Tuesday. Were 3.89. NOW $229
These and other things learned by
many were 1 .99
Visitors of your reporter last $
our growers when they visited South Florida last week were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Now $$1.19

week. Now they are ready to get together and Griffis Jr.. of Jacksonville, Mrs.J. %
discuss the application of some of these new R. Loyd of Phoenix Ariz, and fill SWEATERS. 25 OFF 'Vol v erlOeBoys'

ideas to our strawberry industry here. This ,high- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDonald "
Find Us
ly important meeting will be held \n the court- and children of Jacksonville.We Gabardine DRESS PANTS' Dress Shoes Sport'Coats

house Friday night Jan. 22, and should be at- are very sorry to report Friendly" .
that Mrs. J. E. Norman, the past01 And
tended by strawberry in Bradford
every grower
'5 wife is ill at the time of this Were $3.95 and $4.45 NOW $2.49 $22.95
County. In union there is strength. -
writing. We wish her a speedy ;recovery ;, LOCAL FINANCE HushpuppiesWere
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Men's, Belts (val. to $2.50)Now 89c Now 1 $17 99
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis Were to $12.95 ,
&. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Grif- COMPANY
THE BRADFORD COUNTf TELEGRAPH
fis Jr., nnd.Mrs. J. R. Lloyd visited -
HEHS l : HATS 20% OFF Now $7.99
4 -. EST. 1879: the facisonvflle Zoo on Sun-. 116 N. Walnut Street Hunting Boots
Q\% daYaft"rnoon.
FUTRIDV8 OLDEST WEEKLY KEWSMHEX ((2 Doors From Post Office)
"L Prnusupti! ravriNOrtiLiCNl Mr. "id Mrs. Maxie Reddish
/KR: THE 81MK MASTHEAD. and dr 'hters of El. ?aso, Texas PHONES %
were n" e visiting friends and WO 4-0101 and WO 4-OU1 CASH SALE ONLY! .3 DAYS ONLY! 25 OFF

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at tie Pan ontee a; fltarkc. FU. ...au Act .f M r. 1.1.4.. Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mgr.
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Methodist Church Thursday 9:30: a. m., prayer At The TabernacleThe I Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Waldon in tau.aatiiaaaataaa.a.; .". tv.fr or pleading to the complainton -.- ..
group in Fellowship Hall. 7:30: p. i Wildwood.] 'l the Plaintiff's Attorney Martin

,;'Schedules for the. week of Jan. m.. Chancel choir rehearsal. boyhood, conversion and !! Stanley Green of Wildwosd was AXVILLE TO NOTICE lll&OL\E OF CORPORATIONS INTENTION J lag, Pearl., Jacksonville 102 L.w S Exchange Florida: and Build.file

wonderful life of Charles Spur- '! home with his parents, Mr and :I satire Is bereby given under the the original in the office of the .,.
I provicicnc- Section titl8. 6. Florida, Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before -
Sunday 9:45 a.:,..m. Church Presbyterian Church geon was depicted very realistically !us. A. L. Green for the week- By Mrs. C. B. Nolan :Statute, to each of the corporations the 15 day of February 1960;

JhooL 11 a. m., Morning Wor- in Flannelgraph! by the E I II end. Miss Annette Green was listed 1f'Iothe same being! incorporated i irTwise the allegations of said ,_. ._ ,, -' -. A '-
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under the
la'll's of '
Florida. "
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Complaint be taken as con-
Sunday Church
ilp. .6 p. 'm., snack supper for School 9:45: young peoples' Bible teacher, Mrs. home with the family on Sunday. auaua..ua&a a nAaAaaaa. and according to the records of tt'! fc-bed by you. : #J

YP. ,6:30: p. m. youth meetings. 'a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Florence Hipple, last Sunday Mrs. Wilson Green of Jacksonville Secretary of State, each and every This: notice shall be published i in )
and
Mr. Mrs. '
Bud Waters and Jiiieh corporation appears delinquentfor "> each week for four consecutive !I
I Sermon topic, "The Reason for 30 .p. m., Evening Worship. morning. These classes are open visited her mother, Mrs.Ifardee I family. of Jacksonville visited Mrs.Dorothy three (S: ) 'year* or more in the .le&..R in the Bradford County Tele-;j f1
I The Church.
A Junior Church for school I Presbyterian Youth *o any children not attending in Alachua and Mrs. Dave I I'I I filing of: reports and payment of graph. I i I
. Fellowship 6. Service ; Waters and family last faxes under the provisions Sec- Piled this 13 of .
p. m. Evening Green day January
illdren Bible on Friday of
School elsewhere.Mr last week.
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up through the third I Saturday morning. Lon 609' .33. Florida Statutes and 1969.
ade and a'nursery for younger 7:30: p. m. Topic, Great I and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and !I II Mrs. Mattie Sowells and Mrs. .i Mr. and 'Jack 1 that, under the provisions of said CHARLES A. DAREY.J..rk I
Mrs
Waters and
. Voices of Faith f-ection 68.36 Florida Statutes, said
: Ignatius. t
ildren is each Dr. and Mrs. H. F. McGee at- s H. E. Stokes attended church at I I o( the Circuit Court
provided Sunday
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Tuesday Women of the I :! family of Jacksonville visited'Mrs. corporations have ben classed as Uy Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
orning. The service is broadcast j I Union ]in Heilbronn Springs on Waters &ubJ.to\ dissolution and that (SCAD '
| Dorothy and family Saturday !I .
Church, 8 m. services nre 3) months after date of thispublication
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p. !Sunday.Mr: 114! 4t 24T :
the
r hour over station WRGR. j i afternoon. each and .

Tuesday 7:30: p. m., Cub i Wednesday Mid-Week .Prayer j Sunday afternoon. They heard a : and Mrs. Joe Vickery and L Mr. and Mrs John North visit-I I listed below that every has not corpor.ation in \OriCK OF-I\TK.\TIOV I I iTO i
Services 7:30
tout Study p. m.Thursday Splendid message by Dr. B. E. Bill Cauthorn of Alachua, and the meantime filed its reports due REGISTER PICTITIOl'S \.* !
Pack 70 meets in Fellowship Green Cove

ed in
Sunday
Springs
on I'and paid the taxes due under- the
Communicants '
tan.f I Luttrell of Vieques, P. R. ,Mr. and Mrs. Shurley Tetstone afternoon with Mr. North's I i' Movulintf of Section 608.33, Flor- Notice is hereby given tbat !!
Cla:: .'a. 3:30: p. m. and daughters visited friends in tf'a' Statutes, will be certified tothe undersigned under the
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We >f Chapter 20.93. Laws of i,
f Wednesday 7:30: p. m., Pr Choir mother, Mrs. Alice Korth. regret Governor of the State of Florida -
Friday practice8 p-m.
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH Jacksonville on Sunday. Acts of 1941, will register with :
T Meeting in Sanctuary. y-I I I that ,Mis. North had been ; who! will issue a Proclamation .Serk of the{ Circuit Court in I

..__ ___ : Sunday School, 10 Morning -' Mr. and Mrs. James Harrell and I periously ill and wish her a speeds ,,I ation.at that time dissolving said corpor-\ fi(r" ; Bradford County, Florida, j
a. m- ; baby of Gainesville were the Sun- receipt of proof of publication I
Worship 11 a. m. Training: day luncheon guests of Mr. Harrell's j recovery. [.&]& BRADFORD COUNTYRaclfnrd -his noti,-f' the fictitious name ,
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CITY BOWLING LEAGUE Union, 6:30 Wor-J! Mi& tiara> Johnson and daughter County Abstract Com- Starke Motor Court, 739
: p. m. Evening parents, Mr.: and Mrs. J. C.j I and I yjn}-Starke. Fla. .Ue. Starke," Florida under j
Eleanor, Miss Linda Jo
hip, 7:30: p. m. ; Herreli: : i.adfordTitle & AbstractCotn-. we areare engaged in business. I
I Depree of Jacksonville visited >>any-Starke, Fla. Thomas L. and Helen Cook '
Prayer
Meeting !
The Recreation Wednesday, Mrs. Larry Brown and son !: It is further dilwted that a copy Temple Ave.. Starke, Florida, ,
Sponsored by Dept. uith Mr. and Mrs. Doss; Higgin-
7.30 t I
; p. mPastor j John of Gainesville were the I ft this notice he published onetime owner-*. j
I
Rev. Barney Sweat. j botham and family on Suncjay I to the Bradford County Telegraph Dated this: f: day of January, I
Will Bowl Tuesday NightsAT I Sunday luncheon guests of her afternoon. i a newspaper published .-in D 16n\ ;i. at Starke, Bradford ;
on Everyone Welcome. I tr..t.a. mother, Mrs. Loc Waters. I S'arke, Florida, in which county Florida.
Mrs. Sylvia Tuders and son. i! UM home offu-e of the above cor- IU[ 4t .:::/ '
THEBOWLERO I .....;.e..v..r. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Srivers of I Randy,Jiave returned to Jackson I; iciratinns are 'hownto bf' located. I :I ;
Jacksonville were the weekend WITNESS WHEREOF. I ha* '
I California. visited .OTICE OF INTENTIONTO 4'I
ville from They
I lieieunto set my hand and causedIII FICTITIOUS X.\,.
guests of Mrs. Sriver's parents, RI GiSTF.R
BROOKER I i Mrs. Hattie Nolan on Sunday irat Seal of the State of Florida Notice is hereby given that t
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr.. I afternoon. \ to be affixed at Tallahassee, the undersigned, under the \
LANES
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr. I I f -pittl. th'- '',e :2nd day of January r.f Chapter 20,952. Laws of I
fly Itarhuni llncl Mrs. Randolph Micklerenter- A D. 1960. of 1941 will register with
1'\114'\ visited Mrs. Hodge's mother Mrs. |i iLlzzie acts
i: EAL: )
tamed at her home in Arlingtonlast t jerk of the Circuit (Court in
Green, in Palatka on Friday !- P \. ( flySECRETARY Florida,
Bradford
far County
A AAAAAAA
N. of Gainesville on The Waldo Road- AAAA. AAAAAI I ; Monday night with a stok OF STATE 1 I receipt of proof of publication
shower in honor of Mrs. Buddy It this notice, the fictitious name
Teams' interested in entering may Mrs. J. W. Heaton and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs., Al Rain of High ;:Biadshaw of Maxville., i f-tarke Asphalt Paving Com pan)
Mrs. Clarence Heaton, of Alpha, Springs were, the Friday night j I 21J: S. Cherry St. Starke. Florida lar.'I
Nolan of Seville visited \OTiSE PTO 1)ID. .1
contact Recreation DepartmentYou'll Ga., visited Mr and Mrs. W. L. guests of Mrs. Mammie Hodges. : Bob i. under which we are engaged
l latives here on Monday.The In Circuit Court, Bradford Conaly.Florida haFint'l's
'
. Oark on Sunday. Mrs. Mary Luke '! Mr. and Mrs. Archie Waters of I! Maxville PTA has re-I : In hancrr}'. John A Torode, 512 X. Walnut StHiBike
returned home with them for a' the Cane :\: O. 12.N.17 I FL"1, owner and Jamtja:
Worthington Springs spent
few i I their regular business meeting J-moJfan Hall Wainwright, Plain-. Andrews, 602 Alton Rd. Starke. Fla.'i
t days. 1 .
afternoon Tuesday with Mrs. of the Jiff vs Dan C. Wainwright; Defendant owner
antes to the first Thursday
t .Mrs. Rhodie Wiggans Mr. and Mammie Hodges. I Dated this ISth day of JanuaryA.
month and will meet every other NOTICE TO APPEARTo D. 1960 at Starke "
Mrs. Vincent Bizarr and son, Mrs. Joyce Castleen and son, month. The next meeting will beheld : Dan C. Wainwright, whose County, Florida.
Wayne, and friend, Jimmy, of ,Tony, Mis. Lloyd Barry and Mrs. residence! and address I is: 160-27:: I 1/,'14 U 2
;
V on the first Thursday in Highland Avenue, Jamaica 32. L. 1.1
notice a changet Jacksonville; and Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Clark and son, Barry, enjoyed j x. Y. i -'
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} March. You notified that .. ,, __ ... ._ ... _': .. :::.. : 'fjC: =- ; ; 9--- -
Paul hereby
Lake I
Prescott and children of Wy- skating at the rink in ; are a I i "'
of Baldwinand
Mis. Lacey Thomas suit for divorce ete. has been filed | ..
p f mama; ,and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Butler on Sunday afternoon. | her son-in-law and daughter, against you in the above named I

Fowler and children of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stokes j I' recent, visit- "ourt and cause and you are hereby APRIL 1ST is DEADLINEAgain

when you change to were recent guests of Mrs. Doshie and children of High Springs' ot ors Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs. Bud Harris a.iswor requi'oV'"d pleading to 8fra to the copy complaint of your

Prescott. were the weekend guests of Mrs.I and Mr. and Mrs J. D. Bell and "n the Plaintiff's Attorney lark S.
,
Little David Prescott of Starke H. E. Stokes. On Sunday, the I Futch P. O. Box: 547. Starke, Flori- !
family. .1a and file the original in the office
I pent the weekend with his Buddy Stokes family of Starke I Mrs. J, W. Thomas of St. Augu- of the Clerk of the Circuit:

sD I grandmother, Mrs. Doshie Pres- mted Mrs. Stokes. stine visited Mrs. Raymond Kil- Vurt on or before the 15 day of ,
Ktbruary. I960; otherwise the all.-
cclt. Mis. Mattie Sowells and Mrs.,gore and family last Saturday Rations of said ('omlalnt'vUl betaken we urge each and every PersonEXEMPTION
Mr. and Mrs Hershall Laifield H. E. Stokes were in Gainesville all confessed by you. i!
I afternoon. This notice shall be published
and children and Mrs. Laifield of Monday on business. Miss Harriette Stanley of St. once each week for four consecutive entitled to HOMSTEAD

Kolmotor Oil Gainesville were the Sunday While fishing at the river one Augustine visited here Saturdaywith ,perks in the Bradford County Tele-

luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs.I last week. Mrs S. M. Mott graph.
fay MissJackie I I960. their
Joyner. Dated this 3 daywf January for 1960 who has not signed appli-
Noon Mott. In the afternoon they feji, injuring her leg which caused Mrs. Edna Manning and Mrs. SEAL) ,
l .' were visited by Mr. Mrs. Jack blood clot to form in the CHARLES A. DARET '
acid a
Pat Griffis and children of Glen Clerk of the Circuit Court. cation to please do before April1st.
1. Increased gasolene mileage Simmons/ of the Mountie Oak sec- flesh. She is now confined to bed St. Mary visited Sunday with Mr. by Marian L. Crosby., Deputy Clerk so on or

tion. :at the home of her daughter, Mrs. j.and Mrs. Dan Hargroves and I/B 4t 24[

2* Increased engine powerS I Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson blue Tilghman, in Gainesville. I,daughter, Minnie, and with T. L.Manning. NOTICE TO ncFENIIIn .

and children were the Saturday We ,wish her 'a speedy recovery. j i. Omit fuurt. nrmlfwrd Court

3. Decreased oil consumption I afternoon guests of her parents Misses Sandra and Terry So- : Vince Taylor arrived Florida Cbunrerj-.
Mr. and Mrs. lone No. I2S39Henry This is the deadline} and we have no
Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott. The wcils spent the weekend in Gainesville ,
10,,
Jan. .
j home on Sunday, pimbroski.; Plaintiff, vs.MarPret
4. Decreased engine knock I Wilkersons are of Lake City. with their aunt and uncle. from Norfolk, Va- where Mr. Taylor : Holl 'man Dombroski, Defendant. !. authority to grant the exemption unless
I Mrs. Noon Mott spent, the day Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman. 1' stationed with the
had been, NOTICE TO APPEARTo
5.' Decreased engine wear l with her daughter, Mrs. Hershall Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H'I U. 3. Navy. Vince left last Sunday I : Margaret Holleman Dombros- the application is signed. It is not our

Laifield, in Gainesville one day Sc.wells on Monday afternoonwere II I I to'go, back to Norfolk and will r.XKXOWN.You.I!, whose residence. and address is:

last week. Mr. and Mrs._ R. D. Goodsby I' U. S. Newport News are hereby notified that a. work but
board the I Ii I desire to a hardship on anyone ,
,
." ,.. Juanita and Wayne Stalnaker 0: West Palm Beach R. D- Good-I will remain -
1 }i,for sea duty.!! Mrs. Taylor a-gainst-you,
Cities Service 5D Koolmotor accompanied Mrs Lucy Edwards and Mr, and Mrs. AlbertThomas I
' shy Jr here Mrtth her parents, Mr. :, tu.urt and cause and you are required we must follow our instructions, by having -
actually does the work of sev cmrs and children and Mrs. W. E. Big- of Jacksonville.The II I. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman, and.i' to. (berve' a copy of your an-
i
eral grades of motor oil to ham Jr. and children to the, bowling Monday night dinner family while he is away. He will i iI on file in the office a signed application ,
scar ul lanes in Gainesville on Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.: So- the 28th of January from'Norfolk' L._ .
tail on .
give you maximum protectionfor night. wells were A 3-c Winston Kelley I I for each homestead on the Tax Roll. t

starting warm-up, and I M O. Harrell and Z. W. Hamilton oi Texas, Miss Verdene Gann of i Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown attended WILLIAMSJEfELRY I

cruising-the three daily driving attended the Masonic lodge Gainesville and Mrs. Doris Kelley !i r the _stock car races in Attend to this now.TAtf .

I meeting Thursday night in Mac- and children.Mrs. Ga. on Sunday.
Waycross, ,
ranges., I I clenny., B. A. Shaw of Jacksonvillewas ;i Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Bornstein I .
Mrs. H. P. and and weekend guest of Mrs. -
Gainey Mr. the ;, of College Park, Ga. had dinner WATCHES '- DIAMONDS
STOP IN THIS WEEK/ Mrs.: E. B. Crosby were in Jack- Bishop Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. ; with Mr. Bornstein's brotherinlaw I

sonville Thursday on business.Mr. Woodrow Thomas and family. and sister. Mr. and Mrs. REPAIRS GENE'LON.G" .

and Mrs. M. O. Harrell attended Miss Jo Ann Thomas of Jacksonville '| Arden Crews, their daughter, All Work GuaranteedA.

SILGOXCITIES open house at the home was home with her father Sarah Mae and Mrs. Sarah Jane C. Williams'I

of Mr. and Mrs. Tate Norris in Troy Thomas, and,sister, Patricia Giiffis last Sunday.We I I 142 W. Call St. i ASSESSOR a

Lacrosse on Sunday afternoon. for the weekend. all sorry to hear 4
very Starke Fla.
( are
The Norris' were celebrating their. Miss' Rebecca Thomas of Jack- that iittl@ Gary Wellhausen., son I \ BRADFORD COUNTY .

SERVICE 25th wedding anniversary. sonville was home with her .par of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen Formerly Roberts Jewelry a

:Mrs. Rosie Kelley has returned ents. Mr and Mrs. Bob Thomas, has %been ill'with a severe t -" ._.-__ .. '_ : + .. '.: F ::='- .:' .' ...;;;. :
home! after few visit with weekend.
days, n
L a I for the throat infection. I _:._.-.

.. --- Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelley and ., n..nm..nYYVV, Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown visited i

relatives in Greensboro and

Ridgeville, N. C. from last Monday -
ROTOR
'
COR

GRIFFIS i LOOPBy Mrs.until Mae Friday.Higginbotham has returned G) a a

Verble Ilarrtll home from a delightful t

4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4There. !i visit with her son-in-law4 and i' marvel scans the skies.,
Bob Robinson -
Mr. and Mrs
LOOKC'4.1NK g GOSH! THAT REMINDS ME.. f[daughter, '
Mt =
TRAH6ER.- H'LO! BORN, a: MOM WENT ; PPI NvASTFiIr'LL AT ,will be a Sunday School i! and their daughter, in Baltimore r

/ ARE WHERE FROM YOU?: BRED BUTTERED AM* I : ,: City I nsh & Jan.crass 21 meeting, at the Thursday Madison Street night i I Mr. nd'M Md. entertained I like radar t to pull in better ;

Baptist Church. Everyone is urgedto at their, home on Sat- '
: RIGHT
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MarketGUESS1 -
o HERE Meat attend this meeting to win the J 1 urday night,* jan- 16. with a go- I I pictures on your set !

'--tL- 'P. ,till TROT HOME | t : banner. The Boatdrain Baptist ijug l away party honoring their ;

AN1 WHIP Mt UP A KINGI. I I Church bus will be at the churchat 'bori-in-law, Vince Taylor, who '.

0 i SIZE SAN'WICH. BYE! : 7 p. m- for those who want i left Sunday for sea duty with- the '

:.,SJ1Oo transportation. U. S. Navy. Besides Mr. and Mrs. ,ROTATES AUTOMATICALLY AIMS YOUR ANTENNA :

.,. [. d "" I Io I Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Bartlett Coleman. others enjoying' the,occasion to track down the best ( c 'straight at the sending I

.. __ y I and children of Jacksonville visit-t with Mr. Taylor were his: possible ureo.'every' \ .., tower of the channel | :

ed Mrs. Bartlett's parents Mr, :wife Evelyn; Mr. and Mrs., James!! .A. eluaneL you want. fM
m. ,, ; Donnie and Mr. j :
;O \ :and Mis. Jeff Smith over the Coleman; 'B. F., .L
'.. ... ; 7 Buddy Browning; Mr. :
weekend. I and Mrs W8NBU,TOO NAYS TV TtObBlC with:veaic or snowy picture and< READ WHAT ACTUAL USERS SAY!

Rev.. Barney Sweat, and Arch', and Mrs,; Don Echelser and children "c1.o ta" oa to many ehtna U! Liki mod people, you're ,robH"ldrd*tkttuandt of CDR Rotors "

'Prevatt of Jacksonville were guestsof Ronnie and Pamela, all ofI ably in t location where TV aigntl come from sissy directions 'cr
MOKED PICN1C Hb Z9c Mr. and Mrs. Willie .Green on I and Mrsr Ray Pellum and chil-- -not Jut the oat your antenna w'ai Ml up to face. treat just Wet .trI. ...

Saturday and Sunday. ;e then Ronnie and Pamela, all of V .
... WIlT T8 M UOUT m Make your antenna work 3 or <4< times more "lIo i STATIONS tETTU riCTUIES. We hart !
and Rev, Jacksonville.
Rev. Robert Hastings
that Sidney! Well efficiently and bring in a. the best possible! picture from any lots of company from far and near, ana. :
of Jacksonville were visitors I We regret ._
Adams under the I direction.! What you, need is,the TV marvel that causes yourn'tinna they all say we get more stations and
S in church on Sunday. I hausen has been, ill and ,' to Circle and Detect like Radar-the CDE ROTOR. have a better picture than they do.I.The _,

SPARE rnBS. Ib 29c Brother Robert "Allen Cameronof j' doc-' is car Surely do wish him EUY U ON-TW6-TIJItt Here's all you do to poll ia clearer eva KOTO can not be beat." I.

lACQNE -ft .2Sc Jacksonville taught the Adult, a'speedy recovery sharper,stronger pictures -Mrs.C.J.JleC au.AlIl ._..Kltutt
i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas are
School class. ,
Sunday. t i' %- t "JTAT1CKJ WE Km DREAMED tf cmiNC:come
J temporarily.managing:: the J. & D' t. Turn lamfy Skytwttp Direction Selector o. CDS'i lean ..
"I ,Rev. B,, W. Sweat. ..Arch grevatt 1, in clean and clear.We never received real
CHUCK .FRESH. :and; Rev. Adams of Jacksonville''!;Truck Stop.Sorry? to hear hadY that tiful littl Control Ca&iiut.t. pleasure. wut of TV till we got the newCUB :

visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 0'. ,[ Mr. Jessie. Williamson' to BtUr tt t*, (AM./"yattr roo/-4.f*') aa 'fvnts it .1'11,4 tornfltti -, KOTOS.Curtu Ge.. Btntan.10."SJJIISVNDtl .
of ill health J
.39cBACK.BONE.Eft Ai3cCOUNTRY Brian and Rev. and Mrs. Jai: :;, leave because ? to I _nIl till vote ut JU putr eltarir than tttr btfort. IT. IIICH IOIIIINCS. Even .
ROASTlb recovery I
Mabry Jr.. on Sunday'afernq,.1 We' wish .a .speedy ; though my antenna is a very good one I .

The ladies WMU of Boatdrair m'I\:, Pete -Wilbanks, who was taken ill ( tAft. four.fngirrap*.tkt StUetor end your tteM cut* eoud! 't get a true, sharp image. Since

I on Sunday night.iffr. .unaticallglocksin Jloriti installing a can tome, my pictures are ,
Church will! meet Tuesday Feb. 9 and .Mrs. ,Leon Harris visit- ,. : clearer,sharper,steadier..My set behaves .
Jb for their regular meeting. The G Atd I Saturday with tUmpts! ,.bmt ItT S t why settle for kalf-way TVT.PoU b c3th -.
SAUSAGE ft in Lake City like brand new one, even though the
[ FRESH girls will also meet at that time's l Mis. HarriS' brother-in-law ..Mt uu1J.JOU' set is equipped to reee&Y.-1r1tJa thriftCDR / nearestTV station is over 43 miles away.J ." '
SMOKED OR "There was more than 100 perrent BOTOB.
;J O!.,.C. Bell who is in a critical /.! M X.MM.ntV.UkA.i .
attendance in Sunday Schoo 1 C
MERITA or TIP TOP t condition in. the Lake City, Vet i .
SOUTHERN, SUNSHINE last Sunday morning.The '
'efan's HosPital. .
.. Cello Wrapped .- annual ail-day: singing wil 1 t j Mr. and Mrs.Gilbert,, Bown enL NOW! St !t'9 etfiri ROTO R :4
be held at the Boatdrain] Baptisi t i itertained at their home last Sat- 9
box
BREADr 2 Loaves' 29cSALTINES1 i 29: Church will meet Tuesday Feb- 9[t''wetay night with a bar-b-cue pe.rFe fTV pctures ,

with ci r&I G1LJ.
dinner on the grounds. Everyone e SrT,ieir guests were Mr. and Mrs IaCl1i aN0 n>' loft I.I.JAQU '

is welcome. Oscar Wilkinson and family. Mr
.... I ow
Everyone b incited to atten<1 and Mr Claude Green Mr. anc ..

pttT the school of missions to be heat 1 i Mrs.. Franklin Bell and famil -

the Boatdrain Baptist Churcl and; Mrs. Joe Lucas and family. "
!h r4ltteishttdTYD.teptira'i
f ta m i f IrrlVE from Jan. 24 to Jan. 29. We regret that little Chery 1 a -.i .

We are sorry to hear that Mr' Wilkinson,daughter of Mr. ant
:
r t.Y STOCK A COMPLETE LINE GROCERIES J.'E.. 'Tomiinson is ill at his hpeWe '. Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson, is ill ai G l : Semcenrer Radio & TV ;
t o wire r Shepherd ; ...i ,. -
wish him a_ speedy recd..l'JI her home here.' .

Mrs. J. J. Hardenbrook ant/:1?[' Mrs:-'Elsie Mae Cannon tool ,,-, -

daughter: Helen, J-n4 Mr?, Mar- her little .daughter., CaMJ:; TanI e 22ff'\ CALt ST 135 E. CALL ST. .

I!paret Majyeri were visiting ii to the doctor in JacksonvfllMonday.

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PAGE SIX f tSKAUlUKU COUNii .h.a.M..i.u.U. a\KKtu.. i1AJ'i ;* i&ASi).\%. JANUARY 21, 196i)
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BHS Cagers Maintenance 7573.30, Brooker Fund.$394.85 Starke Hampton got- ...... L -F Sell It *- Rent t It Trade !If1TH J


Win 1 Lose 1 $477.40 and Lawtey $901.95. ...-. ; -. .
The Commission announced that / 'i .

abstracts for the widening of U.S. \ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

During Week/ 201 South will be ready within I .j i.,.

two weeks, and several members N 4 ei V. fI.IFhlfl: Il.PI4Y ___ ._. __ ".25 Pee isIYst .......,.. -

The Bradford Tornadoes came made plJ.nsto attend: a nine-) 4 ,; ,
l'.ck'Tue&fay:: night with a 49-35 county "road: problem airing"! .. .. -; 1. '
,. HAVE a rt-w !loan iirngrara foi
decision over Lake Butler after meeting to be held in Gainesvilleon -i. farmers.: Loans oi 1 to 5 j e4ft

two straight losseS to ,P. K. Yonge Jan. 29. The invitation was I) 'i..' fur in.*. entire crvtU require SINGER SEWING,
.' .. inrftlx ( I hI' tamer and tim.> fat,
and Santa Fe. The. game was extended by the Alachua County 4".f. ; ; 'Iv Onine'vIlie ErAdisCilon Cr..JI MACHINERepresentative !
j.
played in Lake Butler. I Commission: i.k Association. Ill) Uurib Main
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; Gainesville. FIlL (fcbi11AII1OS
Billy Helsabeck and Dicky Dixon In other action the Board selected uill be In Bradford .

spaiked the Tornadoes to a a jury list of 300 names for' REPAIREDAll Co. Mondays and Fridays.For .
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31-19 halftime margin and Coach Circuit Court duty and reviewed ;: :. Make Charge- All-M s UeileMoaable .*'...(*** service' on any make

,Carleton' Koch used reserves most Budget spending to, date. Book, \ I MIKPHERD'S RADIO A TVIowa
machine write or call
!
of the second half the I S Urrrm. 0"...
against shelves to cost $43.75 were .p-4. 112 F.. fall St. Plane UO 4-flWll

shorter Tigers- I authorized for the County Judge's % $tack., Via.I SINGER'SEWINGMACHINE
t
Dixon scored 17 points, and office. J. : r I I
\ CO.
I .COLOMA FLORIST
HUsabeck added another 12.
I A favorable report on the county I
Only P. T. D. 1o'1..lllIt in Starke.
In the girls' game. Lake Butler I Jail was received from prison ,- :41. I KlowtTS* \>ireti any place. Flowi8! 402 N. Marion St. or Phone 880
took thrilling 35-33 overtime I :. ; I. : fur all occasions loyally. Phone ,
a inspector R. P. HcLendon. j -L-: : ,... \\0 ..ti:!i1. 506 East Nona St. tfcig i iI Lake City, FLv.FOR .
I
u in over the Starkc girls. Marion" Two commissioners were absent i

"Eivins of Lake Butler arched a I ; from the meetng: : E. L. Crawford, : t I FOR RENT-Furnished B.P utIIIt'nls. !.iI I RENT' _-
I
-- room unfurnished
:"ug shot and hit just as the buzzer ; : 4" Reasonable rates. Near
:I who was reported ill, and Mrs. t ) : : tJi ,|il">lnir -enter, Phone WO '.;tlll1 |I apartment -with large hall and private -
: sounded to give Lake Butler Jessie Chastain. .9 ,.j1 1 crVO 4-0771 evening or call at 213 I 4n\e wiy an :.N. Lake St. Call
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the game. Susan Blade was high ... : 'S. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office. I 4-4594 tfebs

for Starke with 16. ,1 I .. I tfchg FOR RENT OR SALE 3 bedroomunfurnished

Starke boys won the B game., Mayor And Police .. -. I house at 330 N. Cherry

47-29. -,. -- I' I HASTINGS MATTRESS H. Rent .'eal l'lable. Floyd Green
ph i.c\.O. 9-2942.
Will Attend I tfchg
Lose; ,To Santa Fe a '-.... '.. .-.-, '. -' I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS .
',, 1. FOR RINT1:! bedroom furnished
Last Friday night at Santa Fe Traffic Conference ,I F .J. --.a- i 710 Lemon St. Palatte house 101'1 Kingsley Lake. All yaiinund.

the Rebels used a fourth quarter I .- : Apply Sam Rosenberg.Mark .
Furniture *-. tfchgxP1RIF.NCr.D
:tlly[ to score a 5545'ictory over Mayor W. T. Jackson and representatives j Repaired Uphol. ;

tile I ,I stered & Refinished i E
Tornadoes. of the City Police Baby Sitter will
controlling both i MATTRESSES REBUILT ..vorlt your home or mine Mrs
The Rebs ; I ,
,
I' Department will attend the 5th I I. I:. McGee phone WO4-OOS3
!backboards throughout most of I New River Baptists New Innerspringsand 4tcbg 1. :i\

the game, suddenly began fast I annual Traffic Court Conference I! Box Springs ,
WANTED Lady for part time
breaking, and tallied 21 points in! to be held at the University
ofj; Drop Us a Card or Call offi-e work that may later be full

the final stanza to provide the I Florida Law. College on Jan. 28-30 I: dedicate New Pews. PALTK.EA 5-9166 tiit, Must hate some knowledge
if IxtoUkeeping and typing and
{ re-
margin. Edwin Douglas paced the: I I The conference presented by ST.ItKE0 4-5934 eienres as tb honesty, depends,
Rebels with 18 points. Dicky Dix ; bMRS. and ability. Write P. O. Box
Oil led for BHS with :21 points I the Florida Bar and the General 31t"mbt-rs of the venerable Nw River Baptist PEGGY SMALLER Starke 'r. T. for appointment. tfchg

:ad Strickland added another 17 I I. Extension Division of Florida i is Church ftwond oldest Baptist Church in the ,tate. Area ..

Th girls lost their game to of special interest to all officials gathered from near and far lust,Sunday dedicate 3-L 1 tfchg SHOES

lake City last Friday by a score" connected with traffic law en the handsome new pews! recently installed! at a \ -.
FUR
KENT
Furnished
apartment
(.t 3322. Margaret 'Douglas was forrement because of the critical cost of $1,537.11. Pictured above Ls a portion of at rear of store building at

high for Starke with 11 ints. I need to reduce accide tll: promote the throng of members and visitors that enjoyed, a I Mamie;Sil temple: Ave. Contact Mrs. REPAIRED
Mutt
the boys' A! safe and at McCarthy's Garage
This Friday night assure
'I Driving basket dinner on the rhurch grounds after the) ia mln-s: on Uaiford P.d. tfchg
and B Squads will play Palatka Just r with maximum effectiveness _
dedication service! Rev. Marvin Stedhnm of Palat- BY PHILLIP
here at 6:30: and 8 p. m. The girls in traffic cases EVEMXfJ: I : CLASSES for adults. All
;
I ha was the speaker. _- _ i1 Yr subjris.. Civilit if wanted. Write
lave no game scheduled for Fri i ';- lj tireeitr, Box 1190.: tarke, or calf
day. To Present : \VO 1-3071. or visit Adult Educatioii WHILE U WAITor
Rotary At rIght, slitmn wIth cne of the and thn.v
pews Of fl<'e. I'SO IJIdg. for add I-
Next Tuesday the boys play return ;
piano also recently acquired, are the pastor s ; tional Information tfchg
there Minstrel In
with Palatka AprilPlans
games Hawthorne Rev. I.. L Parker; the piaaist, Irs. Wilbur Andrews 1"\11.01|{ :MADK DRAPERIES One Day Service
uhile the girls play flee labor. :Mrs. Peggy Thaller, 20K. ,
there. for a Rotary Club minstrel officers of the church and Sunday School) : I I Adkins St. phone \VO 4-5934 tfchg

to be presented April 8-9 workers: .standing f..ARUR STORAOE SPACE For Shqe RepairOpp.
Andrews I
Reddish
were announced this week by the Andrews .Mrs. Mana Wiggins r..nf'all \\O 4-5934. Hohg

Board Seeks Mrs. L L .Parker, and Mrs. Lucille Green. Seated ( Court House)
club president T. A. Yawn. It is Seedling pecan trees for sale In
((1-r l Mary Green Virginia Parrls.li, Beverly) Creen, large or small numbers.
hoped that the show will be presented -I 126 N.. Court Street -
and Cajle Andrews I A. J. THOMAS ,

Public OpinionContinued in the new BUS audi- I 205 Temple Aye., Tel. WO4-5701 --ii-.__ ---I__ ...-..

torium, which should be com .. FUR BALI Fv T.rnEN'1' 2 bedroom furnished
pleted by that time. Owner's equity in modern three bednom l house on Klngslcy Lak' AvailableJan.
( on rage masonry home with Florida 1 to June. Phone. WO4-4201.
6)I The minstrel will be under the, Recent BirthsMr. Final Room and fully furnished. Land- tfchff
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municipalities I- direction of Elden Mathews, a Rites Held I Funeral Friday UF Coach Describes k-Ulit6! grounds, paved street.

nual distribution of one half of the member of the club and high and Mrs. Donald Porsythe i For Mrs ShelpIn For E. J. Fallin ,New OptimismAt ALTOn A. J. THOMAS TEL. ,:\,04nOlEstateSize l FOR SALE Heaters.- 2 Can Used l>e Oil seen Circulating at-

total taxes collected within their school band director. Keystone Heights the .starke' Builders. tfchg

city limits for Road and Bridge birth of a daughter.announce Tammy Dee.J J I Jones Chapel Of Lake GenevaFuneral -- Rotary Club PEVTO.V PI.OIUKT

on* Jan. 15 at Doctor's .
110 S.
-- HospitaL; THOMPSON' ST.PUONE
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services for Edward The new note b optimism that .
Annie-McNa.ir. Shelp 80, Lot WO ...11:.
-r -- I died Jan. Jackson Fallin, 61.of Lake Geneva pervades the University of Florida DISTINCTIVE! FlAWKHSHE
Bradford Friday 15. at her home : Nature's Landscaping make* this
County Hospital announces N. were held at 11 a. m. Friday : football camp in the wake of r W1HB FLOWERSN'WfERIC
on Cherry St. after an extended large lot a beautiful home- -
the following births: i J ait. 15, in the Fil'St.Baptist staff very
coaching changes was de
illness. UEtIIHOnEX
M'HSEKV HUMS;
SHOP!. QUAD Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, HI,!! Mrs. Shelp was born in Russell. Church of Kej'stone Heights. The scribed at the Rotary Club Wednesday : site ready for building. t_ '-od Cafe"' for your child. Fair

on Starke Jan.; a 14.son Mrs., Thomas Johns is Richard the former Ontario, Canada 011'July 1,' 1879. !pastor' Rev.'J. R. Smith officiatec. by Jim Powell, who will:I Its male can foe had wooded Electricity Rates.1126 N.LI\'t'Thrmvuon sed. Phone St. WO 4-3031 tfchg.

'!She was a member of the First remain as assistant coach under telephone, school bus, mail I

SHOP i31lVt' Virginia Jean Darby. I I I Methodist Church of Staike and : Mr. Fallin was stricken while the new \"t'gimePoweU ., route at deor. I. mix FOR SALE
Ready
Mr. and Mrs. William Bessette concrete concrete block.
: I the Order of Eastern Star, Kuya- I attending a basketball game in I praise 3 l Lake Geneva, a daughter. Candle *ioora Chapter No. 145 Newport Kawthoine, Tuesday night Jan. coach, Ray Graves, as one of the. New Golf Course within a mile. Mnttr .nlx. rock Bt.el. oyster shell
Dee, Jan. 14. 12 and'died enroute to Bradford Reasonable) Ll-iierock and Wot ravel. Phone
Don't Buy Your New Car Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Redding, N.. Y. j I i finest men he knew. He said that restrictions abstract! \VO4-2521 1. Bradford Engineering
County Hospital.
Surviving is one daughter Mrs. Graves was going all out to- give Co. tfchg
Take
S Highway 100. 2 miles South]
r., Lawtey, a daughter. Barbaraoy Mr. Fallin born in Alabama
I was 1
G. Llojd Farber of Starke. i his charges the best of
everything,
to Pine Acres Park FOR SALE 2per
J.: Jan. 15. I or phone Sweet Potatoes.: |
on the First Stop Mr. Funeral services were held at 3 on Aug. 2, 1898 and was a retired ;i and described "steak on the train. O1lt'N.0' 9-1653 Starke St 1-21 bu. at farm. 1% miles N. of.100
and Mrs. Warren Winkler] i lailroad engineer having worked I on )Jayess Highway, Luclan Conner
1
m. in the table three times
p. Sunday DeWitt C. j ing a day" as agreat r .
S Itarke a son. Jan. 19. I I tfcbg
for the Atlantic Coast Line Railjvay
II Tones Chapel with Rev. H. O. j Ii i morale booster. --- .

,'\ 4 I Boyette, pastor of the First Methociit -I; for many years. Powell said that the atmosphere FOU! SALE i 5 room Block house. I -
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Henley', '! Heis survived by his mother, Will nell reasonable. 409 Center St Call Us For
GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE Church, officiating. Burial : in the Gator-camp is so charged :Stp: 1/21
-'. announce the birth of twin girls,! was in the family plot in Crosby j Mis- Sarah R. Fallin. and his with optimism and enthusiasm

t Carolyn' and Marilyn, on Jan. 17. Lake Cemetery. j' wife,' Hazel McQuagge Fallin, I'that the boys are already ".tryini Ig All FOP Uwls SALE(Georgia: -- Sweet Reds Potato and Puerto sect I. FIRE .
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hamiltoncf both of Lake ,Geneva; three '
Active pallbearers Jack liica: tnctan .
were i to decide which bowl offer they Conner tfchgFOU AUTO
BUT Tallahassee announce the birthcf It I Hall Joe Warren, Prescott Gill (daughters, Mrs. Milton L. McKel-; wanto I *
j accept. RENT Small furnished HOME OWNER
ler of Troy Ala., and :Mrs. Robert t
a daughter Cynthia Dianne, on!j I George Rivers. John Torode. and J I The speaker was introduced 1 by, lu.us.e at 313 Christian St., to couple'without *
Dec. 29 in Tallahassee Memorial Wm. Lefevers.. Menzen and Miss Carolyn Dale 1 I children. Phone WO 4-4621: LIFE
A. L. Jr., who had charge ,
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE Hospital Paternal grandparents Fallin. both of Lake Geneva; and of the Crosby program. )I." i;. J. l.wIing. 1t'hg *" ALL LINES OF

are Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton -: Progress one son, Edward J. Fallin Jr. of I ). I MGS FOR SALE $1 I 6; and $7 each. PERSONAL AND
ReportedAt I Preceding Powell's) talk
Rotary r
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j -J. S. (: "
of Lawtey. Waycross, Ga. rfgury. 1 ml east of HainpItm '-
BUSINESS
J I President T. A. Yawn presented! I Highway lit 2tp 1/21 INSURANCE -
Burial in the KeystoneHeights
was -
CommunityState Mrs. Inez Green, member of the
a "'OItLI: IIV
Cemetery under the direction O\VMHI Fine
Woodman .Circle Eradford BoardI ,, 3-Iifdruom .0..... Kurnlnhrtl
County Hospital
or urn-
Bank MeetThe of DeWitt C. Jones;
Billy DowlingACrOSS i with' a check for $500 from the lurnUhra. Naratogn height V. .1\.I H. C. '
Woo man's Circle will meet Funeral Home. n..ut't'fl.'rltp not 3HH or roll WALL
I club for the of !
annual meeting of stock.. Active pallbearers were Henry purpose furnishing U04-.MU1.t. he
Monday, Jan. 25. at 7:30: p.m. at I I
the: home of Mrs. Eunice Wilson. i'holders and directors of the CornI Williams, Maurice Chiappini. Wm.E. ,j I a room in the proposed new hospital AGENCY

All members are urged to attend. ;i munity State Bank of I Baker Paul D. King. Irving annex. Income Tax ServiceMON. ,

The Street From Setzer's"Don't held Thursday, Jan. 14, and excellent Tyre. and E. P. Stallings.
.
I progress was reported by THRU FBI. 7 pjl. "Insurance Specialists"PHONE

I --- fa The Circuit Court Of Florida Norman Willis executive vice: Freedom ProgramSet business; meeting preceding the] Saturday After' 1 P.M. ':
TiIITm ,r Eighth Judicial ('Irr lt. lalId I I WO 4.4801
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___ stl C. E. HUTCHESON
president.
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'- K r Bradford Count In Chaarcrj-.; i program. All members of the PO' 1
Robert X. Selterg. PlaihtiW, Vb-. I In his report MrP Willis noted For Legion II I are to attend. 521 Pratt Street CALL.P.. E. fiene) Edwards for

Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" Ida Ijee Sellers XOTICBTo "Defendant. I an increase in deposits of about Next Tuesday Night I urged 13lrb: ".14- i )guaranteed.our Carpenter Free work.estimates.Satisfaction Phone

Ida Lrf-e Sellers residence and I 39 per cent, which is considerably JACKSON Uf ILlU\'G: lH'PPLY FOR SALE WO 1-7661, 312 8. Cburch St.
Hot Point
,JIM TONEY HOMES $1095 and address You unknown. higher than most tanking instutltions A program on "The Crusade forFreedom' Hear Of Big Had Factory 18 cubic ft. freezer. Excellent uprlgnt(con I, Stp 1IA8PHI.T
are Jiercbv notified that a '
,.uiplaint( fur divorce has been ;r rftle in the are a. hesaid.. An increase will be given at the-i I I If A\. lunriTt' "lIiUJ"got Jarksoa It 1IER}_ TI'' ,, ,ditlon. Cash IJOO. Phone L.E 3-2251' !! DRIVEWAY
I
up l against you, and you are re1'Jlretl of about 400 new accounts regular meeting American Le. It:"..'t gilt It TIU IIE. Stp 1'21 5'URI"PIfALT P.'I\G co.
1 to htrve a copy of your An- i :Nrir and und buildlig toppliri.of WAITRESS WANTED 21.1 8. OIIHRV: STREET
WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS to i Apply in
the
vas reported stockholders, ,
*'r Pleading: to the Complaint gion Post 56 next Tuesday night.,. r\try el..rlptl. 'I I perxon, at R & O Truck Stop Rest HAY PHONE woa.2oii
See Our Model Home at Waldo Florida nn the plaintiff's attorney A. J. along] with a reported increase in 'J''A feature of the program will bea ('011.* In and look round- and II iaunnt, tfchg V.\V. PIIONR UO4-l5:
Thomas Jr.. 203-105'(); X. Temple >..u don't see ,,bat viaM a.k; -
12 Miles South of Starke :; : every department of the bank. film "Lifeline to Freedom," Jon
on U. S. 301 \\enue Starke, Florida and file the'riginal Hub bhaotr to get It for J"m 01I FOU SALE Red Clover Costal
', Answer'or Pleading in the; I i "With the banks being less which shows how the broadcastsof I uti A\O-4OOI. tIc-fcS! .: i AIBITIOCSIOTIIER I ...rmuda and Prniaoola Bahla hay.I .
office of the Clerk of th* Circuit''! than three old feel that i Splendid opportunity to I j i ivnsiocla Bahla gram ieed. Chicken
Court on or before the Si dar of; years we Radio Free Europe have S$| during school hours j I!I fertilizer spread on your land. J.
February 1960.! If you fail to do so, this progress could be attributed brought new hope to 75 million wiling,tin, White, Halford Rd. lip 24..
A perree Pro ConfessollL be taken I I9gMnst j ionly to the ''confidence of the TnSERVICE VOX. Xo experience necessary J
you' for the relief demanded I captive people behind the Iron: Write Ouida C. Sweat FuT SALE FarmalJ Super A
; P. O.
Box '
:in the complaint. public in our bank, and the stock- Curtain in Europe, and how these 005.i I Tractor with equipment. Contact
Dune and ordered at Starke, i t holders directors and officers are 540 Live Oak. Fla. 1 C (". HuUI><-kion, 33J W<-.t South -'
broadcasts lies sent ,
the
combat
Florida this 19 day of January A.n. Ft. ZIP I/2S
mo.S : appreciative of this fact. Mr. out over Communist radios. etale FOB RENT
/ / Charley A. Darby Willis said.Directors. .i 666I Fife Room blouse( In Starke.A. FOR SALE Oirome breakfast set
Clerk Circuit {Court Post Commander Seeber D. J. Thomas, Realtor apartment size electric Move praetlrallv -
elected to for
Bradford County Florid serve : Goodman will conduct a short Tel I W04.5701LADf ( new Executive desk and
r.T :S! Marion L Crosby, 1960 are as of follows: S. E. Sim- 'hair and odd pieces. Large Benida: :
: willing to doi, day lrufl'r. Call WO4-I1S1. Itchgr
iH-puty Clerk work or
ll: ns, Charley E. Johns Mrs. Leila -I '
'' IJIlr. Will
'$_' George: H. Pierce j, keep children for
\ t'Jrney For :Plaintiff S. Mundy Hollis V. Knight wnr'IDgmc.thf'U or Iron. Call lola
Starke. Florida- E. M. Brinson Dr. P. Q. Felos tr'L EL Littka for information WO9-U74. Complete Tee Service
1/J1 4t 2llOTICn | I 2tp lii;
No Money Down -- No Charge For Travel ----- and D. B. Odom. I Pruning Bracing Jie-MoM.
\ TO BIDDERS 'I I F(01: SALE: 1J55 BSA Motorcycle. Work Tree
Officers elected for 1960 are: U- Ine Cavity Removal
II Nel on E. Jones. Silver Lake
Sealed bids will be receivedb
Anywhere In Florida Same Low PriceWe the 'Bord of Trustees, Bradford S. E. Simmons, chairman; Char- I phone Keystone 8<2l. 2tp 1/2S Tran."pla.nt1nrSapp's .

County Hospital Corporation at theotfhoe. Icy E. Johns, president; E. M. I'I Tree SurgeonsPETE
}'oR SALE 2
'ot the Bradford County Hospital bedroom concrete
Use 2X8 for Floor We Furnish Material for until 7:30 P. M. ,on Tuesday, Brinson. vice president _bliK'k! house at C2| Epperton S tJ'iOflC SAPP, Owner
: &. whU-Ji time The following promotions were W09.011: _4t.hg Jill
at
Kfbroary 196ft
Framing, Not 2 X 6's You to Build. We Do Repair and place all bids' received will .bepublicly niade; Norman Willis to executive < hELP: WANTED STARKE PHONE. WO396$

We Use 2.X C for Ceiling Work and Finish th< followijog.opened. and read'aloud_ !: on vice piesident; G. S. Newcomb to I MAX OR 011.\1-10: take over
AT ITS
BEST di'alenhlp in
Ito dozen more or less fresh.oa&flVd L, Miller to Starke. Products .1'
cashier; Margaret assistant
Framing Not 2 X 4's. Houses that are Started. eggs delivered! In 26 dozen t-bi8hed. Weekly profits of $50 or
to to doan Jot., to,In... kitchen Bradford CountyHospital as Reed to assistant cashier. other inveafm<-nt neecenary. Will
I Fast 1 help you get started. Write C. R.
directed by the Hospital Admi&itratr.r -- Dependable EconomicalALL
Model Home and Office at Waldo 12 Miles South of th actual 'total amount tow I' -- Ruble. Dept J.3 Watkins Products, i
iI
I 1 in- Memphis, Tenn
needs of the i itp I .
determined bythe
Starke Route 301. -
on Call write JIM
or
or come see
tl-adfor* County Hospital quoted MAKES ALL MODELS

TONEY before you buy any home. Your business appreciated. p.ices.*l to to!4 be ii.l for and medium large sis size egg eggs'. \V.C.T.J.'THE ,VOlt"omblnation SALE, -automatic Radio-record washer player, oil .

Your credit is good at JIM TONEY'S. (:f to 27 os, per dozen). S Phone WO 4-4975 ftfbter<4 It is requested that said quota '
REASON COURTS
THE
OPEN 8:00 A.M. TILL 8:00 P.M. tions' be based! on either of the following Itp
: Firm price for total conti I. DOVT HANDLE :MORE DRUNKEN HorSE FOR
SU.EShelf lieu"
D. act or price based oi> market quo I DRIVING CASES THE L GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER with carport on 2 acres near Ral- .......
Ray Forth Jim Toney HomesBox tation. Jacksonville tnarket.''''. : date of UNDERTAKER GETS THEM fiird on State Road 125. Contact .
delivery. Slat Homes, 2117 N. Temple Ave.' ., 4
Box 196 ,
Ph. 4307
368 Ph. HO 8-2781. The said Board of'Fritees. Brad- FIRST." P!,'.no W04.1221. Itchgr)

Keystone, Heights, Fla. Waldo Fla. Ad reserves County the right Hospital to accept,;Corporation or reject 135 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA FOR SALE On Alton Boad-I-J For Expert, ,Tree Surgery Call hu

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I- all bids. : VOICE.) Ageat '
or
R. any E. Edmondioa Adm1l -.---_ ,-. -, '-, ".--.-_ -_ -- UK home; 1 2-FR home. Small down %24 N. Temple
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I payment balance like rent. Also 2
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KEYSTONE HEICHTSMELROSE, FLORAHOME AND 'LAKE GENEVA \

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STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY JANUARY 21, 1960

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Keystone CoUncilBuilditig KEYSTONE fYtTTTTYTTrTTTTTTYTYY'W ''with: the Scouts, talked to the
HIGHLIGHTS
I It Masonic
Dedicated
Melrose-Keystone! Temple group about saddles. They then
MELROSEBy went to see the Wilson's horse,
By Mary K. Schaeffer
Plans I z 'aF i i Katy, and her young colt.
I Lions Club
Basket: Ball Teams Shaping Up I wonder how long they will do I psm; xrcs Joyce Kothhammer j,i: The guest speaker at the regular -

This year Keystone Heights,, both. We have considered advising 'A..A 4.' "............. ': meeting of the Melrose Lions
And Zoning Codes I Ij School has had its first boys' bas- their parents of their [the boys'] Ciub at the Parish House Jan :21! ,
Rev.
: and Mrs. H. W.
,ketball team, and they show great manner of driving, but decided Tylerspent will be, William E. Clark: of the
.I j fi promise. Last Tuesday Jan. 12. that we would only wind up very several days in Norman U. Geological Survey [Gaines-'
The adoption of a building'code'' 1 1ai.d they made their debut in Lake Park, Ga. visiting Rev. Tyler's ,
unpopular, and with nothing accomplished I':lie office]J. Mr. Clark is chief of
a zoning ordinance for the Butler. Of course, they all had a However, upon request sisters. the Water Resources study of the
own w Keystone Heights was !little touch of stage-fright. first '' we will be glad to furnish Air. and Mrs. Truman Bryan 1! lro!!.!-Keystone Heights area
announced as one of the main game, new uniforms, etc. They names and incidents. I and two children from California which is now being conducted by
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objectives for the new year when I came out second-best, 14-13, with Anniversary Party. I ;spent last Monday and Tuesday the U. S. Geological Survey.
the Town Council held its reorganization -t the Union viiitins Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Spires.
team v
makingthe
County :Mr. and Mrs. 0': L. Sipe enter- r Clark'will hare a most interesting -
meeting Tuesday night winning point in the final :20! '. tained at their home Sunday Miss Eleanor Miller of Jackson- talk and all the residents of

Jan. 12. Councilman Gene' Wi- seconds of the game/This was an evening:: with an anniversary party yule spent the weekend visiting-the Melrose area are invited to
;Hums was authorized 'to redraft w.couraging beginning to say the to mark their 43rd wedding anni- 'I her friend and former roomate |. come and hear him. His talk will.

the city map to include territory |:]least. On Friday evening, they veisaiy. About twenty people were lrs. Andrew Dunk ',':I begin at 8 p. m.
ecently annexed by the town., ; played in Branford and lost the : their Mrs. Etta K. Menge has return-j
j T hand to offer congratulations I| The Lions Club has had its,
H. L. Ownbey was re-elected '8t. .ne' 2716When one considers'that '' :: and also to meet Mr.Cipe's ed from a vacation in New Orleans -,i books audited and all records are
chairman for the new year andt| these have : La. where she visited here
youngsters only I, brother and sister-in-law, in good condition.
named the following standing i< ,out-of-door courts to practice Mr. 1 son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I
on and Mrs. Geol'ge'W. Sipe who With little publicity and a lot
committees to carry on the work; they make the transition from are visiting here from Fenelton MrsT.. A. Prevost, and family. 9t hard work the Lions Club, In

of the Council in I9601. (I''out-doors to in-doors very nicely. ,i Pa. Grand Lodge officers are pictured -1 Grand Master; Moses Marino, Pierce, Past Dist. Deputy, llth !I IDst. Mr. and Mrs. Berry of Burling- a little over a year, from July 1,
Laws, Ordinances, Rules &: Fin- Jimmy McMurtry and Tommy Record Hop Planned above as they gathered last' Grand Lodge Chairman on Work; J. D Dist. 1 ton.t Ontario, Canada are visiting 1958 to October 31. 1959, has con-
; Arnett
Deputy,
ance: F. S. Dodd W. M. Beam' Thompson are well on the way to Disc Jockey Ted Jones fromWAPE's Saturday for the dedication of' :Mrs. Berry's brother-in-law: and Uibuted $248.28 to'the following,
Rodman Porter Grand Msfster; llth J Dist. T. J. Price Past sister Mr. and Mrs. William
!i. L. ; Dist.
Ownbey. 'I jl becoming the stars of the team. "Big Ape" Radio Station the fine new Temple of Melrose ;i' civic groups: Melrose Boy Scouts,
Streets Sidewalks &: Buildings: The Girls team is improving in Jacksonville will be in Keystone I lodge.No. 89 at Keystone Heights. C. W.Maltby., Past District De- Deputy, 10th Dist.; E. J. Brown, Campbell. $15; Melrooe Girl Scouts, $15;
E. E. Williams, Corbett Terrell, i ji too and the guards are outstand- '! Heights on Saturday evening, Jan. Left'to right: N. W. Williams puty, 11th Dist.; J. Edwin Larson. Past Dist. Deputy, 11th Dist.; Abe Mrs. E. J. Hogan and familyfrom Melrose Brownie Scouts $15; Mel-

H. L Ownbey. :' :ng. They have played' three 13l1, ,when Keystone Teen Town r3 Orator; E. W. Campbell Past Deputy Grand Master; R. R. Harwitz. Master Mason. I j the Methodist Youth Camp 'j I lose Library $25; Melrose High.
Sanitation &: Safety: W. M games. The first, they lost to will give a March-of-Dimes Re- ;at Leesburg spent the weekend|School Athletic Dept., $50; Melose -
Beam Corbett Terrell, H. L. Own- Stake; the second they lost to cod Hop at the Community ---,.- -- I visiting< her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Cub Scouts, $15: Putnam

bey.Airport Lake Butler on last Tuesday even- Church Educational Building. I H. W. Tyler.Duplicate County School Patrol. $25; Dr

; H. L- Ownbey, F. S. ing.'This game was a heartbreaker The Hop will start at 8 p.. m., and I Bridge Ste'veas [eye glasses], $12; Mel-
Dodd M. 1.. Beasley [Mayor] | The score at the end of break up at 11 o'clock. All local I Winners at the Melrose Woman's rcse High School I net proceeds of

Beach: M L. Beasley, H L. the fourth quarter was 2020. At' teen-agers and those from nearby { Club Duplicate Bridge Club Bar-B-QI] $58.28; Street Light in'
Ownbey, P, S. Dodd.C. I the end of an additional 3 minutes [ towns will be invited. Admission ; a last week were; high, Mrs. Mary [Continued On Next Pagel
H. Haberstroh was reappointed of play, it 'was still 2020. ..v.iil[ be 40c a head. There will also Ccok and Miss Sallie Mansfield;
2nd. Mrs. Cecil Hook and Mrs.
town clerk and treasurerfor Then Lake Butler girls scored in te refreshments Dee Dee Harden-
the new year. a "sudden death" play, thereby bergh who is general chairman, aI I Ii Herbert Segur; 3rd, Mrs. Edith
John Bird expressed thanks tothe Larsen and Miss Ira Hillyer; 4th. WHY
winning the game. In Branford and her committee have been
Council for the assistance j
given: him in the development of]' 40-15 which should build up their. standing social event of the sea- : Louis Scouts Kyle. trifle a hark ache for an upset
the new Bud subdivision, and outlined ;morale. son. As to dress it will be informal .I- Girl > stomach' ? When we take drug to
his policices in regard to, Tomorrow afternoon, the two or semi-formal. il- e., wear what 4'W t The Girl Scouts discussed their I numb, then of bark a.hee
further improvement. He stated leans will play.in Starke, starting i :you like. Dee Dee's committee 1 1I badges at their regular meeting .I only deceive ourwhe. becaiw the
'ast' week.
that he would need the use of a !st4p.m. i I consists of Margaret Muir, Mary I drug nil! not correct the bark

larger grader than is available in Slow Down And Live I, Ann Schaeffer. Carolyn Jean) ,.... I Miss Beverly- Wilson who works ache but will upset your stomach

the town for grading subdivision As we write this, we have one Moody.-Nancy Sutton Jimmy Fox, Actually we have only complicatedmatters
streets preparatory to paving, and eye on the TV watching "Father ,I end Veazy Walker. Sponsors will HAIR OFF and made them worse.
requested assistance of the Coun- Knows Best". The theme of the bt f Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker, Mrs. I ::1t9 FOREVERUnsightly
cil In securing the services of ttcry this evening is teen-age Lew Muir, Mrs. Harold Sutton, Under Chiropractic care the

such a machine from the county drivers, safety, etc. We have in Mis. Herbert Nelson. Mrs.; N. W. .' :tW&Y l" cause of the backache i is J located
Chairman Ownbey named himself mind three teen-age boys who live Hardenbergh. and "Father Bill" Excess FacialHair "." 4 .xa. und easily removed and a re-

and Mayor Beasley as a committee in and drive in Keystone, tho we I J I iSieyfogle. Incidentally, you don't : ;i Removed coery quickly accomplished.In .
to assist in this matter.In need to be a teen-ager to come to PermanentlyEdmund f. lf I960 see your Chiropractor
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other action the Council:: first and both time and i\lf.
this item. I I the dance._ If you like to dance. .. r- save: '
Denied the request of Don I Tabled a request from the Key-i aid if you have 40c to give to ,:a ferlng.

Shackkford for veteran's exemption tone State Bank for parking ; good cause, come on out and kick y .; 1 ::: "
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from occupational license. :space marking: at the .bank. I uy your heglslCelebration .- 'fk : '
Tabled the matter of an auxiliary Instructed ,the clerk to rough Mturhee'i Dwyer "
generator to operate water raft" an ordinance changing the Saturday evening, Jan. 16, the { Dr. H. G. Bollinger
Members of the building committee ceremonies. Left to right,: W. L. Everett Fox, .building committee
and lighting facilities In case of times at which registration books Jennings Murrhee Jr. home on the CIIffiOPRACTIO OFFICE
Electrologist
the are pictured as they gathered Ownbey Jr.;, Henry Q. Hall, cochairman I chairman; C. E. Mitchell, and Roy
emergency. will be open.Ordered Jacksonville Highway was Phone \VO 4-2831 ,
Voted to continue payment of the preparation of billsto scene of a nice party to celebrate in front of the new $35,000 ; Lester Tenney, Wor-|Tyre.Temple Property is located on which was the donatedby new 107 W. University Ave. 426 X. WdnntSt.

|20 a month expense. money to be sent to property owners' for several events. Joint hostesses for Temple before the dedication hipful Master; Tony Baker:j j G. E. Wiggins and Ed Larson. Gainesville FR 2.8039 Starke (
Civil Defense Director Ray the mowing of vacant lots. were Mrs. Murrhee, Mrs.
the party .rq"Uncle .-. -, ... .' -....".... -.,- L z.rc '._ ..
Chance, pending a protest to be Heat a a report that new light Bill Scales, and Mrs. George Mas- I, ,'\ .
filed with the Clay County Com- poles will be painted at an early sa. George Massa's birthday, Mrs. 4\ i .
mission on its refusal to 'meet date. Scale's birthday, and the wedding r .. ,, J & L APPLIANCES & PLUMBING

anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Rich-
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IN REAL ESTATE3Bed mately the same date, and this HEATING-AIR CONDITIONINGFeaturing
was the occasion for the party.
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About 70 guests enjoyed dancing, s ,.

Room, Living Room, Kitchen and Garage, Large lefreshments and a real good .1 41r : MCMILLAN HEAT PUMP

Lot, Paved Road. Five Blocks l to "Downtown:' $11,500, time. \
with $4,500 Down. Sirs. Ruffini Honored Located Next to Barber Shop-Keystone Height

Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski and her I Phone Keystone 4126 '
Lake Lots Some Bargains for Cash. You can now :mother Mrs. Mary Smulski, were *
get Next Year's "Lost Opportunities." hostesses at a baby.shower honoring i r _

Brand New Homes on Paved Streets. Low Down Pay I Mrs. John Ruffi$ on Tuesday 0 4t' t 10-yr. Gas Hot "'nter'' 3-oiece Grade A

ments. Lake Access. Near Golf Course. $9,000 to I morning. Jan. 12, In the Pawlikowski i Bathroom Set
i Mrs. Ruffini, who 5 (fa .
home.
$15,500. F.H.A. Financing had been invited to a "morning 1t Heater, 30 gal. i Complete With All

S. E. coffee," was pleasantly surprised : e'k, k [ Valves, etc.
GPAYREALTOR 4xd
., hen presented with. a bassinet $65.00 [
i Leaped with beautifully-wrapped ; '! $115.00
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2051 4151 .
Phones 3071
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',gifts. The significant seventh gift _
Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 to be unwrapped was that brought i: _

J p-: : 5 x i I R 1-2 in. Grade A Galv. Pipe' 13c ft.

1.2 in. Galvanized Ells 15c
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CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION j 3-4 in. Grade A Galv. Pipe 17c ,ft.

Lead 22c lb.
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'') '' TilE '';, 1 4 in. Cast Iron Double Hub Pipe 90c ft.
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.-: ... .' : Dave" Baker, long-time I Eastern Star, who served the fried , KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA ;1 Mason and former member of chicken luncheon that started the: ,from
( Ocala to attend the dedica-
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,..' Melrose Lodge, gets plenty of attention day's activities. Uncle Dave will :,i

"i ;;*': : December 31, 1959 __ R ;..'-..._..:. -, from members of the I be 100 years old at his next ,birth-j tion ceremonies. EVERYBODY NEEDS
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., ,;'-' r, -t ? by Mrs. Tom Garner. After all the She was assisted in serving by ,lectured extensively on the sub- ,

'. gilts had been unwrapped and Mrs. A. F. Crosby Mrs. Herbert; ject. She is vivacious interesting, MONEY SOMETIME!

RESOURCES LIABILITIES passed around for inspection, Nelson, Mrs. Olive Stevens and land clever, and one of the mostinteresting
Mrs.;Smulski and.Mrs. Pawlikow- Mrs. Mable Husbands. Those who speakers on'the program -
I ski served their guests delicious played Canasta were Mrs. Frank: of the Community Women WHEN YOU DO

Loans and Discounts $977,838.28 Capital Stock $50,000.00 refreshments. Mrs. Ruffini recei-,Egan, Mrs. C. V. Brust, Mrs. Earl]I of the Church a few years ago.

70,000.00 ved gifts from the following Hayner, Mrs. Charles Wallenius,, Since her retirement, she has FOR WHATEVER PURPOSE
U. S. Gov.i Obligations 896,929.99 Surplus friends: Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Mrs. :Mrs. David Nelson. Mrs. GeorgeSchaeffer lived in Eustis, Fla., and it is of .

Other Marketable Bonds 24,000.00 Undivided Profits \ 9078.61 Arthur Ryan, Mrs. Bert Christ- Mrs. Robert Hendry,, interest to learn that she is a
offers, Jr., Mrs. Everett Fox Mrs. Mrs. James Cook, Mrs. Olive Ste., cousin of Mrs. David Nelson. COME SEE US

Cash and Due From Banks 363686.83 DepositsI L 2,140,584.03 Henry Hall, Mrs. Charles TOlford I Inns, Mrs. J. O. Himble, Mrs. Em- P.. T. A. Tonite
Mrs. Dick Suriderland. Mrs. Bill Jones, and Mrs. Jack Haber- Keystone Heights! ParentTea-
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Banking House 15,318.30 Unearned Discount 23b95.81 Few, Mrs.Tom Garner Miss Anna stroh. Playing Bridge were Mrs chers Association will meet this

McCullough Mrs. E. Widegren.j Harold Sutton Mrs. Herbert* NelIMII evening in the school auditorium.At .
Furniture and Fixtures 16,225.42 Other Liabilities 6,239.45 Mrs. George Schaeffer Mrs. Lew I. Mrs. A. F. Crosby, and Mrs, 7:30 teachers will be in theirs

Other Assets' 999.11 Reserves \.' \ Muir, Mrs. Herbert Sargeant. Mrs.'Mable Husbands. Mrs. Cook wa i rooms to greet parents of their I If
.' Harold Sutton Mrs. Frank Harris -I jf'igfe prize winner at Canasta,; students, and discuss any prob- I
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Other Real Estate .' 4,000.00 -. Mrs. Charlie McGlave Mrs.j while Mrs. Schaeffer went hopu iNns with them. The general f x

'j-_ V Jim Hetherington, Mrs. Louis!with the consolation prize. Mrs. meeting will begin at 8 p. m. Feb-' ...
'" Kale Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann,i Crosby was high prize winner foij r ruary is Founders' Day month, so
Total $2,298,997.93 Total \ \ $2,298,997.93. Mrs. Bill Morgan. Mrs. Frank H-j Bridge while Mrs. Husbands won>I this should be an Interesting UP TO $600

I ten Mrs. Fred Mulling. Mrs. Ed low prize Mrs. Haberstroh wa!s meeting.

Conneen Mrs. Bill Beam Mrs. the winner of the "Bingo" prize. Howard Murphy Is Five PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
Sam Gardner, Mrs. Gay Living- V. N. To Be Woman's Club Topic On Friday, Jan. 15, young How-
ALL
ON REQUESTS
ston, and Mrs. Anna Furry. Other The Keystone Heights Woman's.
: I ard Murphy m son of Mr. and
.1' KEYSTONE STATE BANK :\ diminutive guests at the party!Club' will hold",its regular monthly ,Mrs. Howard Murphy, Jr. of Silt -

f .: were' Jeff Sargeant and Martha covered-dish luncheon at th Jlvcr:t Lake celebrated his fifth STOP IN OR CALL TODAY!
Jane Schaeffer. Club house on Jan. 26. at 1 p. m.1 j bathday with a party at the Happy -
.. Mrs.. Bamford Entertains The guest speaker will;'be Mrs;. Hour Play School where he Is
( t j.Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation :: 'I On Wednesday. Jan. 13. Mrs. John strange.. who will have asher J i{|a student. About 25 of his friends TOWN FINANCE CO.
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j ; Arthur Bamford entertained at subject, "Building Apprecia- |andt classmates enjoyed the party ,
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'' her. home with a luncheon card I two 'of the United Nation s i Teacher Mrs. Gordon Adams was
Keystone Heights, Fla. party. Mrs. Bamford had the I through Specialized Agencies" assisted in conducting the party I! 144 \V. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone< WO 4-9091

tables ,set up in her lovely living ,Mrs. Strange who has made a i activities by Howard's mother,
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. Yyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy weekend here with his parents last week. We wish-her'a-speedy
church. Assemble at the Sanctuary business.
since'May, of 1959 1263 pieces Dmail Building. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade. I recovery,
TYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYY I on Sunday morning. let Mr and Mrs. George W. Sipe of I : );
answered and 42 new I On Monday, Jan. 25, at 6.30 p { Mr. and Mrs. Davi 'Younker of .
were .
and HAMPTON
| them know how their parish appreciates the church property, many I
KEYSTONE the Men's Club-will meet for I California the parents of a''
members were added last year m. them. new member have Joined both t the I I are '

bringing the total to 53 members.', its monthly supper meeting. The i St. Anne's Episcopal Church Church and the Sunday School. By Mn. D. E. IHUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt daughter, Deborah Ann, born. WEEK'
HIGHLIGHTS
The new Board of Directors will speaker will be Dr. J. W. ,Creig The E. Y. C. group from St His efforts, and those of his wife, Sunday, Jan. 3, at St. Joseph'sHospital 24

' AA &a&...& aa1Ia14 be announced within the month. ton, whose subject will be "NewI Anne's and the E. Y. C. from. have been a great blessing to the in California. Mrs. '
Additions to the Industrial Com> Trouble in Asia." Circle No4 j I!!Trinity Church in Melrose drove Fenelton Pa. have 'been visiting Mrs. Ollie Brooks and daugh Younker is the former Avoy Williams l
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puttee will also be announced with Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder asj i i to Welaka on Sunday evening for m Keystone with Mr. and Mrs.C. ter, Mrs. Jetty, Foster, and Mrs. .

Mrs. Howard Murphy, Jr., and his later leader, will serve the supper. j|I tlieir regular meeting which was L. Sipe on Magnolia St. The Mamie Hall of Green Cove A. Williams of Hampton.Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Wolfred, I
Mrs. Howard Mur- Girl Scout News The Women of the Church will I II held at the Emmanual Church Sipe men are brothers. During Springs, visited the T, F. Forsythsand f-.1"
returned
grandmother, Brownie Troop 229 made its I have their Annual Luncheon i iI there. their stay in Keystone, the visitors W. O. Forsyths on Sunday; Jr., and daughter have '(, ( \
phy Sr., who lives at the Key- fIrst venture into the field of dramatics Meeting at the Park-of-the-Palms Last evening, the regular Parish took a trip to southern Florida afternoon.Mr. from Covington, Va., after a visit .'" \

stone Club Estates. at their meeting last Monday I on Monday, Feb. 1, at 1 p. m-:: rr.onthly covered dish supper was and points of interest. and Mrs. Frank Brown of .with Mrs. Wolfred's mother, Mrs.. I II a

Now We KnowIf when they were introduced 1 Make your reservation with Mrs. : held in the Parish House, after I Sara! Jo Sprow and Ricky Sun- Jacksonville visited here last C. J. Cooke. Mrs. Cooke returned Ii I PI

you have wondered, as we to paper-bag dramatics. At next Alma Frost, telephone 4301, by : which Mrs. W B. Dawson showed derland were in Gainesville last I weekend with Mrs. T. F Brown. to Florida with the Wolf reds next fora i

have, what aU those spindly posts I week's meeting, the girls will ex- Wednesday. Jan. 27th. colored slides taken ,by her and Friday evening attending the ad- i' Visitors.Saturday at the home visit. They plan to spend \
Tampa,
in Inverness,
are dong stuck into the ground Flare the area of creating the dia First Baptist Church: ,, rer husband on their tour of En dress by Vice-president Richard of Mr. and Mrs.. D. E. Hill were I weekend I I

the Bird Addition, you might atl,I logue'for their group plays. They On Sunday afternoon, January | gland and the Scandanavian Nixon. i I I Mr. and Mrs.., Ralph Marlow of 1,I Clearwater Misner and St.of Petersburg.Gainesville 1 1I I

interested in knowing they are I I will also construct the props andi 24, :at 2 p. m., the Santa Fe Music i, countries last summer. Mrs. E. T. Grills has returned to I OainCSilleand- Mr. and Mrs. Ed :' Msrty here with I

rIot fence posts. They are oak I i I puppets for the scenes. Association will hold their yearly ;, On Friday evening, the Bible her home in Norwalk' Ohio, after I Clouse of Bradentoni i i'spent Thursday night and Mrs. !

"trees",, seedlings in fact, for the i i i Parents of the Brownies are requested festival at the First Baptist I Study group will meet at 7:30 at spending the holidays with Mr. W_ P. McElroy pastor of Hamp i his grandparents, Mr.Mrs. Misner

purpose of landscaping and beau- to sign and return the Church in Keystone Heights at which time there will ,be a review andMrs., H. A. Sprow on Brooklyn] : ton ,Baptist" Church, attended the I!i R. H. Parker. Mr. and the Parkers ,,

tuication of the lots in the Bird I"cookie permission" slips at nextMonday's wMch time various choirs of the I of all the work covered to date. Bay. Mrs. Grills Is. Mrs. Spro. 's Florida Baptist evangelistic conference I{,' were dinner guests at !

meeting. different Baptist Churches in the : Saturday of this week will beI Mother.: in Jacksonville on Friday. ,
Ad':1tion.: on Tues-j
and i
Mrs. C. L. Sheely
Chamber Of Commerce I I The Girl Scout and Brownie Santa Fe Association will compete'1.I a work day for the men of St.' An Mr. and Mrs., Jim Hetherington I day, Wednesday- Thursday of j I Mr.moved and from the DeWater's iI I

The Chamber of Commerce troop started taking orders for for honorary places in the State:ne's. They have' their work cutout and children Cindy Billy, Lisa ]last week Rev. McElroy's uncle, son house Navarre st.to the! Chas- I

meeting was held last Monday||the Girl Scout Cookie Sale on Festival to be held in Ocala, on for them. There ,are bricks to and Holly were in Jacksonville. r on Rev. ,Oscar McElroy of Waverly | tam house on two blocks west, last G00DBARTIRES

evening at the Clay Electric Co Tuesday of last week. The cookies February 5 and 6. The various fee laid, lawns to, be' raked, signs Saturday visiting former Key was guest speaker for prayer meeting .
Gp. will arrive in March and be dis- choirs: of the church will enter i.fixed, the Parish House to be stoners. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle at Hampton Baptist Church Saturday.Mr.

Wat Hardenbergh, treasurer" tributed at that time.This is.one j this competition, and the publicIs | cleaned, shelves to be built, and, and children, and Mr. and Mrs. on Wednesday: evening of last I: and children. and Mrs.moved James last Saturday Kinnard AT LOW.,

submitted a financial report for of the few' means by which the invited to attend. I hauling to be done. ;Each man is Carl Fendrick and children.. They : week.
I firm Waldo to Hampton. They
the year 1959. During this time I I girls can raise funds for their( Sunday, Jan. 31, will see the asked to bring the necessary tools :lid not visit with the Bill Cannon Leaston Forsyth left last weekend living in the C. L. May; "'ONEY.SAVIN.PfUCES .

the: Chamber spent 7287.63 for I, troop activities. They hope to top completion of two most successful I to do these chores. family as they were all suffering for New Jersey''here he is are house now just west. of the railroad .

its activities. It had $7,526.49 in 1 their sales this year and Keystone years under the leadership of j I Starting on Tuesday, January !;om the flu. stationed with Jhe, U. S. Army. He tracks.

receipts and now has a balance I residents are requested to aid this I Reverend J. R. Smith. During his i 26 the Annual Council of the Diocese Mrs. Bill, Beam was in Delray: expects to sail soon for Germany, Mrs Jessie Chastain drove to *

of $238.86. worthy cause.CHURCH pastorate, central heating and : will be held at St John's Beach on Saturday and Sunday to where his wife hopes to join him Jacksonville Sunday to visit
on
Mrs. Joe Daurer, former sec- NEWS: cooling have been installed :in I Cathedral in Jacksonville. Th+ visit her mother Mrs. James C. later.. $1295 "
I her brother-in-law who is a patient
retary, sumbitted, hir report for Community Church: both the Sanctuay and the Educational -: first meeting wil bean outstanding Glenn who was hospitalized.. Mrs. Mr... and Mrs. Call Jones of i in St. Vincent's Hospital. ,. I !

1S59. She stated that 13,500 of The Young People will hold Building, a pipe organ misionary service and orgapi- Glenn is making a satisfactory Graham_ visited, here Saturday i I Miss Nell Williams of Gainesville ,

the new brochures on Keystone! Open House on Friday"Jan.22, at'[ has been installed,%18 additional I !at'on. Most of the business will recovery, and will soon be out of tilth their son and daughter-in- visited here Satw'day"it11 3-T

Heights have been .distributed 7:30: p. m. in the Educational I I lots have been acquired adjoining be handled on Wednesday and s a the hospital. :law, Mr: and, Mrs.: .Lester Jones: j Miss Amelia Williams. Turnpike-Proved"
'banquet, with an interesting Miss Mary Ann Morgan left 1 by and sons.. tll-Weathers the most remarkable -
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ing. On Thursday there will be'a for Newark, N. J.. where she children of,Jacksonville spent last I tan offer the bu get-
Holy Comunion Breakfast and the is employed. She spent two weeks I 1 :

closing session.There at home with her family Mr. and the nets for 22 points. Dewey LEVELMrs. minded motorist!

? will be no Teen Town Mrs. H. L. Morgan: Jr., and her Glenn was top for Ft. ,
scorer
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'I party on Friday evening, Jan. 29, brothers, Bob, Pete, and Hank. White with. 17 points while teammate n. 31. McltaeMaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAa ,,, $1195.

.. :WAstiER 'but the group will hold a March- Wayne Godwin came up
K cf-dunes Record Hop on Saturday COMMUNITY CHURCH' with 10 7.11113 $14!!*

evening, Jan. 30. Due to the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS It was ,double victory for Melrose The Pastor, Rev. .W. E. Hall,

crowd expected, the dance will beheld Dr. Albert C. Holt Minister as the girls took their game filled his regular appointment at up $16.S*.
at the Comunity Church Educational Mrs J. L. Hethertagton too. the church Sunday morning and l.eIrli

..1 Buildng.St. frt anlst and Choir Director Saturday night the Bulldogs I evening. The services were well e hl.IIl.11 tide.fye tIai 'nt
William's Cathoic Church: Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Morning game- with attended. .
played a Hastings!; mi rerea6re tin
The Altar Society meeting was Worship 11:00 ajn. had We are sorry to 'report the illness ,
hich been scheduled forrauuary
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.:' 1 well attended on Monday evening, of the pastor' wife Mrs.
J '. .' 5, but had been postpon-
fie\ RATED No.1. 1, .'..;. .'i: .with 13 members and Father FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ed. Hall. She is presently at the home

r it Dougherty present. A bake salevas KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Melrose jumped to-a 25-0 first! of her daughter and son-in-la.
: ; for Saturday morning, Re\'. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee in
t planed '
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I t. .. '.. '..,".:. .of. Jan. 30. The "floating gift" for J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph quarter to 38-5 lead by and halftime.widened the Melrose lead t I Hilliard. She is missed at home NYLON,
'.' Copeland: Minister of Music and church. We wish her
Wilbur speedy
Mrs. and a
this month was won by
Coach his
Dave Barber played reserves -,,
: U .5\\T sting CO Inc.. """ ,: ::1:1y ) Neal. ,church organist. freely and came out on top." ecovery. "y MOOD/ EAR
by ". : ., I The next Holy Name Societyaeeting Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : 81-29. \ Mrs. O. W. McRae and children
"Y will be held on Feb. 9' at m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. of Jacksonville will make their
l for the
Cooper, high scorer i ixght. !
,I he Recreation Hall with both Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening scored 25 points. O'Steen : home with your reporter. They $16gt.M4iII
i services,8 p. m. moved in last Saturday. Three of
Starke and Keystone membersresent. ,
d LO.W\rRlcETO O l "Make church worship a family playing with a broken finger,
: and Richard -
the boys, Harley, Gary .
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with 15. Renfro and
affair" rame up Ray I "
I Personals ( entered school in Starke onIonday. ........,..
Johnny Prevatt'both had 12 for

: ...,.C ., "" .: .__. ,_...-. "oM, ,;..:; j :Mr. and Mrs. Charles'Hinck and .T. TTTTTT.. T9T t>y'i the Bulldogs; The best NYLON tire valueon
Visitors of Mrs. O. W. McRae
\ hildren arrived in Keystone
Jimmy Parker_ was high scorer the market-3-T Nylon
Heights to take up residence on MELROSEAA for with markers.. turf your reporter last Sunday
O.Ul1J"\- Hastings
: 1 $ afternon were Mrs. Pledges Johns Safety All-Wcathcr. AH ttzec
95 Sunday, Jan. 10. They are* JCUT Friday night :will find Melrose j jtt
FRJGiDAIRIS.a ,, -James 'AA..A& && AAAAAAAA of[ Mrs Chic Blair and i
'. ;; lt99} rently1 occupying the Anna : t Trenton for, a Riverland Con- Hampton; are priced low!
.I!': DELUXE MODEL [home, while their new home is [Continued From Page Seven] ference: game. Tuesday will send daughter, Debra, Mrs. B. M. Mc tlw ... ... nupr.lNWs.
.. Addition. Rae and Mr. and Mrs. Robert I <
being built in the Bird ,
... ,' t : the boys -to St, Augustine for aielurn
AUTOMATICWASHER iiont of Parish House, [ and children of Starke; $1.00 DOWN
t.: I The Hmcks, lately of Okinawa $18.'I'I game with St Joseph Atdemy. ; Myrick .
V were next door neighbors to Mr. Melrose Library Mrs.[ T. N. Norman and ,son, Gernld PER TIREGOODMAN'S'-

: UJT KIMS lOW DOWN PAT11t1Stx' 1 ,. and Mrs. John Bird in Okinawa. Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon, president I of Heilbronn; and 'Mrs. Mar- \"
Ihe Birds recently arrived from : of the Melrose Woman's TRINITY:EPISCOPALC1IUECH shcian Reddish and children of

wn 8 0 .":.,.,r....':;w f,..::..,.... .'.?,, 'f:'''''.. '.. :,::":; .\'.:.J.t I Okinawa too. The Hincks have and Cmb Public which Library sponsors, has appointed the Melrose the ; ;,MELROSE I i B' less Kiway.Visitors of the. McRaes' last ,
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I two children. Danny aged Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar
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:sa: ul i :i; fiG : 4 Cathy' aged 7. following as a Board of Library Sundar-10 a.m.., Sunday I Sunday night were Mr. and trs.Stottie SERVICE STATIONtSecbei

.. who Trustees: Mrs. 1,. o. Baldwin Mrs. and Michael -
= .. Some of the Keystoners School; 11:15. '11... m., Morning I Urquhart son.
Show Gilbert Allen Jr., Mrs. W. O. Preston I of Jacksonville; and Mr. and
\ brings attended( the Fashion sponsored Prayer and: Sermon [Holy Communion I P. Goodmah
t Frigidaire yon by the Palatka Junior Wo-' Mrs. O. T. Robinson. Mrs. each first Sunday]; 7:30 !.11 s. H. H. Lewis .*_

L L -. 1. I. "" TODAY'S ( luan's Club at the Azalea Lanes Alen Graham. Very Rev. Fred BYerkes .. ,. m. Young People. meet. ,: We are sorry to report the illlICsS U. S. 301 At' South t'

r- MOST ADVANCED i Bowling Alley on Friday night in Jr, and Clarence Holden. Holy Days- -10'a. m.,-Holy Com- j I i of Mrs. Robert Starling who City Limits'. .
Taiatka I were Mr- and Mrs. S. E.IcKay The Board held its first meeting munion. entered the hospital in ,Starke .
WASHING ACTIONIr Mrs. Donna Walrath and'her on January 14, and elected I .tbt
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sister, Mrs. Mame Gunther Mrs. Allen Graham as president -
!r' "A\.:... "\ from Grosse Point, Michigan, Mrs. and Mrs. L. Baldwin as secre- "iJ

I Lionel R. tary. The affairs of"the library .
rank Ilgen, Mrs. .
t' s t mars c .11P m [pE,A' <
.. Lindsay were discussed and methods for
.t':. ( '''\ Brault, Mr. and Mrs.
a .T we.t SA.AaO m nsF ,
nor
4'., Walker Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Hardenbergh improving and augmenting the ;a s n+r Saa y4t Te, iwr rraM ar .t
."t:,... *;V&'::: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon service of the library taken under tK te cawrrrtaar.

': '+ :" :." '-: Adams Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sipe, consideration. A form letter, asking -
J I OR ALL-AROUND
,:. .". PERFORMANCE v{ .,.,. I Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sipe, of for general support _of the li-
II :- JII Ftnelton: Pa., Mrs. Margaret Tra- brary'as planned to be sent out.

..:. by U.S.Testi g-Co.trt:.{, ,'".H""*>" ''c! >(, Miss Gladys Tillis, Mr. and The board will meet each month
"-i:,{In,controlled{ .laboratory tests fif': Mrs. William Baker, Mr. and Mrs. and anyone having suggestions or

t 6'Uodlng avtomattcwashers(, Alex Brow Mr. and Mrs. C. J. criticisms of the library should

': ,, )..Io.mUj.: v:} The patented 3-Ring torn? O'Connor, Mr and Mrs. Bill Belote take the opportunity of presenting ,
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Mr.
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;",'!' 'j: ';h Agitator pumps op and down -ind Mrs. C. E. Mitchell and.son, The library needs books; reference -

.J : "' No bladed .k babes dp dirt o.e Dwight, and Mr. and Mrs. Kyle good literature and chil

without beat+ ;. It's the simplerkIh McMurtry: and three children.Mr. dren's books. When planning tos.elld '..'.'. ; .: ', '
$ *o clean safest washing action, tvtH.j general manager books to the library, be surethat I _
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I Bill Few returned home on as donations are also ap- TW**. iEconoy Twin Falco fordor MM
weekend after spending most oftlie preciated.

L ttw AW uero a ctHiuL MOTOU CORiQiADOM : week in Wilmington. Del. on I This is your library. It is anasset ,tJ TeitswASty, '

tothe: community. Everyone war to orue:
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jJtlroseDefeats Hawthorne, iEaxr oF .
4 Watch Bill Cullen on "THE PRICE IS'RICHT"* A Monday through Friday on NBC-TY
a f i The Pnct 1 IS Right is a GOODSON TOOMAN PRO!AUCTION in Association with NBC.O&TV Ft. Vhite.and' : Hastings Th. 5q.s Eeoaeuy Twim Fairla.. 500 To' S.daa ''
The Melrose Bulldogs marched

/r to three victories, last week after r t
suffering two consecutive defeats. -
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p Hornets at Hawthortie. The Hornets -
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led 137=35 in the last seconds ofthe


t Hawthorne game. Then was fouled.Milton Time Baker rant of]1 FORD'S ECONOMY TWINS GO FOR PEANUTS

We're proud to Join Frigidaire dealers all over but his two throws were good
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Value event of the year! Right now, from Mtlrose managed to make 5 points to 3and We FordEconomy Deafen invite you to see our new look-alike, save-alike W HUIiIAf SMCltICT' >>1 r j.

coast to coast-and right here in town- IIIII >>hlle "holding Hawthorne Twins, the Falcon and Fairlane 500.
we're out to prove it costs no morn to own ...... won 42-40. I Interested in the new-size compact can? Then, see the Falcon.
the High[ scoring Larry Cooper'was less than other 6-passcnger can in !its field/it i
fine5t-frigidaire. Shop these Frigidaire 1 Priced to H24
laundry values, Compare the features.Check ((0)) 'K[ lA\11\ UE kept under constant guard ands '' gets up up to 30 miles per gallon,goes 4,000 miles between oil changes. '

the quaUty against any other machines on, during Iflf H H s able Johnny to score Prevatt only once.led' Sophomore the- Want Kg'siyd S142./ess economy?than Then last you'll year's.want Has the more Fairlane inside room 500, ; Q' '

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Prlce's' Rfghtr NoW the time to buy! Fenfro with 11and ever, -",teel at no extra cost! \ -
LAUNDRY VA LU IE DAYS by teammates Ray color-keyed steering ,
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Calvin OTSteen with 10.Ronl'S1mms Come in for yore economy twin_choice of a lifetime ; t : ticwJ c-i_ OAoeTairf "'- .

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.. 1 section on Sunday. I family of Fernandina accompanied .I daughter of Jacksonville. will play Middleton High of Crescent Building with Supt. Milton Eller-I Lers. A delicious dinner was enjoyed Antioch Baptist Church Her.

VTTTlLAWTEY Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker ied Leona Edwards to Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.'H. E. Priest and I City in the Turfnatonumstarting ton in charge. Morning worship.i at the home of Mrs. George Lee. pastor held regular

\ and sons and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. where they were guests of family visited Mr and Mrs. Ern- with the girls at 7:30 p.1 at 11 a. m. with Rev. A. B. Vin- Brooks, one of the mothers of the istivice I on Sunday starting with

Blocker of Lake City were Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and tst; Williams and'son,in'Wellbornon I i m. All fans are asked to come out I son, pastor in. charge. Guests for church, by Rev. Robinson andguest i: Sunday School at 10:15 a. m.

rfj lln. Joyce T. I'1It'b guests of Mrs. A. H. Harley. daughters.Mr. Sunday.. ; tally and get a good seat nears the morning will be members of ministers. Mrs. Ranell En- .i Supt. Clarence Williams in charge
Mr. and Mrs. Tex Wilson and and :Mrs., Johnny Jenkins Mr. and ,Mrs. Edmond Rosier, the "hot,bricks", If it is cold. On the Carnation Saving Club Mrs. g**h has organized a junior choir.i'il' The"Baptismal Sermon was delivered -
W V.AA..4A4..AA4* A family! had as Sunday visitors and family of Jacksonville spent a nd.family: visited Mr. and ,Mrs.: January 27, the last home game W. Brooks president. All members |Music will be furnished by Miss *I by Rev. Wise of Keystone

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore and Mrs. Joe Frigo and daughter cf Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. John Harvey and family in Mac- wail be played with W, E. Harris and friends are invited to attend. Ruby Albert. All juniors have been I I Heights. Baptism was held in the

family. Mr and Mrs. Tom Casey Jacksonville.Mr. Anders and Billy. cltnny on Sunday.Mr. I High of Hastings. Don't miss these Mrs. Pauline Marshall, reparter. aSKed to meet each Wednesday II I pool of Bethlehem Freewill Baptist

and family Mr, and Mrs. SD.. and Mrs. Lacy Harvey of Mrs. Hattie Darley's guests during and Mrs. Tom Tatum of two big games next week. Come Ebenezer Baptist Church wght: at 7 p. m. until they have .: Church with Miss Joyce Cov-
Macclenny spent Saturday evening the weekend were Ralph Dar- Palatka visited Mr. Tatum's 'out and see the boys and learned
Andrews and daughter of Wildwood parents girls in Rev E. D. Robinson pastor held enough songs to sing;I i I iitgton as candidate. Deacon Andrew -
with the Allen Hart family. ley Bob Taccia and William Par- Mr. and Mrs. ,T. their new
Mr.and Mrs. W. E. TorodeIII | W. Tatum suits, at least. Correct- regular services all day Sunday every first Sunday morning and 1 i Allen assisted the pastor in
Gainesville and Mr and Mrs. 1: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson I Irish of Jacksonville and Ed Mix- on Monday.Mrs. iou please: 5 new suits have been starting with Sunday School at night. Patents are urged to bring I,, baptising. Rev. E. D. Robinson

Bruce Boyer of,Tampa were week- and Don Lee were Sunday guests on of Titusville. I O. J, Phillips'and Danny purchased for the boys and six I 10 a. m: Supt. Henry Bryant in their children to Sunday School i\ and Rev. Wise conducted the services -
{ of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum in i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson ere visiting Mr. and for the girls (161] .
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mrs. Fate : by the PTA ofjRJE. charge., Adult class was taught by and encourage their participation:,! at the pool. Choir rehearsalwill
Palatka. arid daughters were in Jacksonville Redd in Macon, Ga. .
i
Thomas and son in Hender- I guest teacher E. R. Shell, review in the choir. Mrs. Ranell English : be held on Wednesday after
Mrs. Polly Prevail and family on Sunday for a visit with Marvin Thompson of Jacksonville RJE PTAFebruary
I
tonville N. C. They attended the :, by Pastor Robinson. During the reporter. \:| the fifth Sunday at the home of
wedding of Miss Jean Cairnes and 'i t isited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norman !Mis. Pearlie Raulerson.' visited Mr. and Mrs.. Walter j! 3rd is a very important morning worship the Church Covenant Alien Chapel A. M. E. Church: O. R. Shell at 7 p- m. Mrs. Arata

William Frederick Moore, Jr. at : in Macclenny on Sunday. I Mrs. Dot Reed and family of Wilkison on Saturday.Mr. i meeting for the PTA. The box was discussed by the pastor Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will V/iiliams, reporter.

Horseshoe Methodist Church of j i Mr. ,and Mrs. Charley Bowen of Jacksonville spent Sunday with and ,Mrs. H. T. Markham of groceries valued at $20 will be as it was read in unison by ,hold regular Trustee Day on Sunday ,i Bethlehem Freewill Baptist

Htndersonville on Saturday afternoon j, Palatka, visited' Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. and family, of Gainesville were ) &iven away to the holder of the I the members. At 3:45: Federation starting with Sunday Schoolat Church Rev. L. McKay pastor

i, W. Tatum and other friends here Wendell Kelly was attending to Sunday guests of Mr, an 1 this weekend., business in Jacksonville on Friday. Dan Starling. be present to win. The Fifth District i charge. Principal Eddie Thomp-'.Sunday starting with Sunday:
The V. L. Starling family and und sermon by Rev. C. J. Wise
I i Mrs. Bill Dobbs and children Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Mr. and Mrs H. R. Crawford PTA met at RJE on last I kjis chairman of the Trustee School. Deacon Prince in charge.
Miss Catherine Crews visited Mrs. pastor of Pleasant Grove Baptist
Alma Starling in the Pine Level I land Misses Kathleen and Diann Jacksonville was the weekend and family Jacksonville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Cato president, Church Keystone Heights. A total Board is asking all members to During the morning worship hour
Ling were in Jacksonville on Sun- guest of her ,sister, Miss Enza Sunday with. the Ray Crawfords. '! in charge. Mr. Harper,. State PTA of $50.10 was raised. Remarkswere see leaders and make a full report,I Iso Mrs. Maltie Covington joined the

o.ay for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. i Blanchard. Mrs., Lula Pendarvis returned president, and Mr. Osgood. State I made by Rev. George W. Lee, ) that the expenses of the church': church. Services were high all
I I Burney Dobbs and daughter. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly >attended home from Macclenny where she:secretary: extended greetings and : vice-president. The next meeting may be cared for. Worship ser- j]| day. Please observe the following

FLORIDA'S GREATEST Mrs" L. J. Taylor and daughter j dedication service at New had visited Mr. and Mrs., Willie significant information about the I of the Federation will be held at '. vices at 11 a. m. and 6 p m. i; weekly schedule: Monday, 6:45: p.
ANNUAL ATTRACTION 'of Jacksonville are visiting Mrs., River Baptist Church on Sunday C rter' for'some time. :Stat Meeting that will be held Antioch Baptist Church. Several Junior Church meeting every m.. Faithful Few Club; Tuesday

Taylor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of Mrs Nellie ,Wilkerson and Mrs. ,. in Pens cola on February 25-26- I' new members joined which included Tuesday at 5 p. m. Mrs. Corrine ,, 6:45: p. m., choir rehearsal Wed-
1 I I
Ncah Taylor. I State Farm visited Mr.. and Mrs. Daisy Bock had as guests last '27. One delegate can be sent for f Mrs. Anna Chandler of Mt. Batler, pianist of Choir No. I. Is: nesday.6:45: p. m., Prayer Meeting -

;, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crawford L. S., Tanner on Sunday Sunday MrN and Mrs. Manus Grif- each !5 paid members. Bradford!' iSgah. New Churches are invitedto asking all members to attend re-1 i ; Friday, 6:45': p. m. Prayer

and family were business visitorsin Mr. and Mrs. D. A, Jones and I' fis and sons of Palatka Mr. and County is expected to send several f} enroll for $3. The Federation hearsat. Music will be furnished ,, Band; every first and third Sat-

Lake City on Saturday. I daughters were fishing in Santa Mrs. Tom Whaley and daughters delegates to this meeting. A I j jvery will viist and leave this donation by Junior Choir on second and !: urday, "I Can Circle" meeting.The .
i!i Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Buff and I lie Lake on Saturday. Upon their j jI I aid Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grjffis rich program is being plan- : and you more if our member- fourth Sundays and Choir No. Ion members and general public

f son and Mr and Mrs. Royal Hawkins -I return they proudly displayed a22pound I II and daughter of,,State Farm. i i hed. Rev. Levy Lennon, president, ship continues to increase. Evening first and third Sundays. Please | ale invited to attend all of these

and family were Saturday I Gar fish which they had'Ii Dewey Harvey of Macclenny i|Mrs. Mable J. Lee reporter. j service started at 7 p. m. with observe this schedule. Mrs. E. J. activities. Mary McBride, report-

xi itors at the home of Mr. and i caught. i II spent Sunday! with his sister, Mrs. ''I Educational Tour I| service by the choir. Total Givens reporter. er.ALVAREZ' .
&cr.g
r Mrs. D. B. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Warren's Mamie Futch. The fourth and fifth grade I
I for the day were over $100.
I reports
Mrs. Jack Matthews of Gainesville I guests last Sunday were Mrs. Louise j Phil Shuford and daughter of classes of RJE. taught- by Mrs.I I.I. '
spent Thursday through Saturday 'Appleby and family and Mr. Moore 'Haven. visited his mother Mable E. Roberts, will culminate''The pastor was more than pleased IIII Men's Clothing Jjj|
with several additional be- STORE I
I with her son-in-law and i and Mrs Marvin Warren and iMrs. John,Shuford,. last week. a i-nit on transportation by takinga lated Christmas gifts from! mem- llnu Established 1894 III I
daughter Mr. and Mrs Ray Rosier ; bus trip to the Gainesville ,
I y y y yy yy yi
Municipal Airport where they will
Friends of John Brown will be i NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED make a tour of the field and have I
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happy to learn that he returnedto fir t hand experiences with air- New and super! From Super Sue !
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his home on Friday evening.I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY planes. Many of these pupils have

Those visiting; with him during river I II ; seen an air plane at close

TAMPAi the weekend were Mr. and Mrs.I By Ozora Shell range and will find this experience -

Carl Peavy and children. Mrs. delightful as well as educa-
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rEB I I2r13 Gara Dorman. Mrs. Leila Peavy of .f.A AAA.&&& & & ""'.U&&.&.I.. \i lonal. The parents of these pupils ,

Ocoee and Rev., and Mrs. George I Faculty Study Group Meeting ale invited to take the trip on IJ
On Saturday night a interesting I pormintA
Cnism of Moniac Ga. j The high school teachers of I: movie was shown very at'the I I!'A\ednesday, Jan. 27, at 9 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt'sweekend school. The bus will leave from the campus. -
Bradford i Delicious refreshments
( County'met on Tuesday ,
guests were Mr. and MrsJ. The group is expected to return -
C. Prevatt' and familyof Ocala. I to begin an in-service training I I which included hot'fish, barbecue by lunchtime. Please make

Everett Burney and son Bill,,I I program in testing. The interpretation I sandwiches pop-corn, ice cream eveiy: effort to allow your children ,41
I '1- and candy were sold. The' proceeds BAR
'of \Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. of'' results from the Florida will be'used'to I to make this trip which is a
Georgia Ann Sapp on Saturday.The State-Wide Ninth-Grade Testing purchase vital part of their school activi- :
playground
equipment for the
I members of the Baptist jProgiam.was presented by Supervisor ties.C. A Super Good *
11 pupils. Everyone enjoyed this activity -
1I Church enjoyed a fellowship supper Shell. The topics for discussion C. Anderson School 'i\ 1 o,.
I I very much. The regular meetof Special... Only
at the Pastorium on Saturday -I included: "What are the PTA asking all patrons to plan now to
I the was held on Monday i
I evening. Visitors on this occasion Purposes of Testing?" and "Whatare Jan. 18,. with the president Lou- asking al patrons to plan now to Enjoy the delight of refreshing peppermint combined
were Mr. and Mrs. Gary the Basic of Test- > attend the next regular PTA
Concepts
Ice Cream. All is deliciously
Brown in with Sue
i I iza _charge. Only a fewpatrons creamy Super
I Snow, of Orlando. Miss Arthurine ing?" [ raw scores, indices of meeting in February. A very interesting -
attended but the meeting rte coated with nourishing chocolate ... and comes on a
Blanchard of Jacksonville Mr. is being planned -
of
indices
average performance program
was interesting and enjoy- several. Treat the family today
very stick for eating. Buy
Mosley of Baldwin and Mrs. snead. percentile. standard scores by the Hobby Club which will easy
so. all these events I able. Hot coffee and Jumbo pie with this value. It's real good foodl
big
10f
feature/ V; hite of Heilbronn. etc.l In later meetings the following was served by Principal Price. All be helpful to everyone. Basketball super ,,-
end Mr. and Mrs. ,R. W. Sapp and topics will be discussed: .patrons members and friends are game on Friday night starting at '-
AUTO RACES daughter of Jacksonville, were "What is Achievement in Test S p. m. Bryant Academy of Yulee
,urged to attend the next meeting
THRILL SHOWS Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ing?" "What is Intelligence?" and all the school activities so will play the Lawtey girls and
Arthur Pearce. "What does the Mental Ability boys. Plan now to see the junior
4 BIG PARADES that 1960"will, be'a very success- ,
Mr and Mrs. Bryant Reddish's Test Tell abut the pupil?" "Whatare Tigers and Tigerettes of Anderson -
ful year for our school program.
FLORIDA ELECTRICAL guests during the weekend were Aptitudes?" "What are Interests |: Mrs. L. Brown. president; Mrs. ,Junior High in action. Manyof
EXPOSITION of Or- "What is ?" these students will play with
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Snow' ? Personality Annete B. Phillips, secretary; Mr. tI
MIDWAY ando Ray Dorman of Jacksonville "Nature of Essay and Objective Henry Bryant treasurer; and Mrs.S. RJE next year, Come out and see k; urE
and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber Te ts." "How to Construct Tea-: C. Price, teacher.Carnation how they got ,started. Miss D. B. et r
t EXHIBITS of Macclenny. t-Ler-Made Tests?" "Problenis and S. S. Club Spearmon and J. J. Moore, Jr

FFA and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling J Procedures in Administration The regular meeting of the promises: you a very heated contest
EVENTSVART and Scoring." "A Review of the Mr. C. C. Anderson princi- I
4.H and,daughter were guests of Mr. Carnation Club was held at the .1 E \
& CRAFTS and Mrs. William Pringle Mr. Local or County Testing Pro- Reno Theatre with Mrs. Jessie pal. Mrs..W. M. C. Randolph re- r

EXHIBIT and Mrs. Joe Sapp. and Mr. and am." "Evaluation. Competent .Belle Tyson as hostess. A very porter.
Mrs Wilford Dinkins in Sanford l leadership will be provided for I i fme meeting' was conducted by CHURCH NEWS $uy Super Sue fee Cream I
each"of these study meetings. New Bethel Baptist Church will
last Saturday. :the president Wilhelmenia Brooks. : in bars % delicicvi fla ors
School Comes cones,cups- -pints,J thrifty family -gallons Many
Thurston Elementary bold
regular services
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and I A delicious repast was served. Anew pastoral on t I
I Sunday starting 'with Sunday
member, Mrs. Willie Mae Cuf-
School at 9:30: in the Youth
I fee, was welcomed by the group. _
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The club is still open for new -
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members during the rest of this

month. Men as well as women
a are invited to join. The next're-

gular meeting will be, held at the

-, Reno Theatre with Mrs. Minnie 'erwi otor5ree
sr r Belle Wheeler as hostess..All mem-
; 1 : "' bers are asked to be present Mon- egar
,: i
,
day night after the first Sunday

: so that you may draw the name of

+ wr jour secret club member for 1960.
We won't say sister because it

4 i may be' a brother by then. The
first worship service for the year
t .. 2-:. L'.3-, p 1 ; will be observed at New Bethel ftt V FreeNew

Baptist Church on Sunday at 11

C: .T t T 11 a. m. with Rev.. A. B. Vinson,

pastor, in .ch!l'ge. All members of .
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:: till one of the 'major community
; projects' the club so please attend -

1 : Jenkins an'be'on reporter.time. Mrs. Alma R- 1960 Model Fords have been selling so fast that we are over-

Fiesta Social Club

-.. The monthly meeting. of the stocked used Therefore going to give FREE
Fiesta-Club:-wilf-be held at the on cars. we are away

old Wateroak School building on

Saturday Jan. 23, at 8 p. m. The -

president William Holland, Is a 1960 LICENSE TAG for any used car purchased during the remainder -

f pwk asking all members to' be present

for ,the election of officers. Mr.
& and Mrs Clarence DeSue will be of January.

a ; r D. nsOn hosts. for. the meeting. We are .' <, ." t I

glad that our, vice-president Mrs. ; .

Ethel Young, is back on the Job '

a Mrs.ain Gloria'after several Graham days Is of;Jack illness.at New and:Used Cars to Select From! I'

Bstrrone-Cookman College bat- \ I

J'ng! with mid-term examinations.We Station Wagons (1 Owner Local Cars) I I
wish for her much success, ,3--Ford ,

FOR-OUTDOOR FUN AND BEAUTY Mrs. Naomi DeSue. Reporter. .
Home From Hospital
l Mrs. Annie DeSue has recently 4 4---Clean.Used Pick-up Trucks"

FLIGHT TOUCH"You returned to Starke after a periodof '
hospitalization{ at Brewster in

can"decorate"with light, to dramatize the beautyand and Jacksonville.is convalescing Fla. She.is at doing the home'fine Q-rl955, 1956, and 1957 Models Ready To Go

charm of your pool or garden. cf her son.,Clarence DeSue. on old with Guarantee. '

,'.\. Floodkmps, spotlights, bracket and portable lamps can Lawtey Road; According to her
turn on the magic of your own Florida.'moonlight..canmake daughter-in-law Naomi she i Is .

your yard garden and patio an outdoor relaxation doing fine and wishes to thank

i center after dark. ELECTRIC f the Fiesta Club for flowers and Our used cars are. all locally used cars traded in on new 1960 model Ford cars,

r :s.. You can enjoy more outdoor dining: and entertaining in the POST-LITE all the other persons for flowers. I

..i +i ; cool of the evening. cards prayers and other expressions and trucks. Come in today and buy one of these clean used cars and take advantage 1
1 Reddy is the"watchman" \ during her illness. She is
Outdoor electric lighting does BO much..,for just pennies! that turns on at dusk off ( praying that God will restore her I
of lower thru the local banks.TERWILLEGAR
I at dawn-automatically. such our rates .
health so that she may do
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Ha an outlet to plug in
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.. lawn mower, hedge clip Basketball HighlightsThe
per radio, rotisserie etc.
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i .. Choice of attractive styk*. Tigers and Tigerettes have MOTORS

'I rot given up tournament hopes .
.,.. I See the many outdoor lightingaidratyowekvtricdwiring even though they have started off ,

contractors t with several defeats On Friday,
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FLORIDA POWER
'tit A LIGHT COMPANY electric appliance deal-
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