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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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WHUJME EIGHTY-ONE. STAKKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY FEB. 11, 1960 NUMBER THIRTY-TWO
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Error DelaysLiqilor I Elderly Couple j In Assault Case


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A? : ; CaseIn I Lose$1,800$ I : TrialSet Of Nine


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_' $. Federal Court To Fake '

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Fe Feb. 29
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The Government's case against An elderly ,

'ate'Biown.: suspended; Bradford couple lost around $ \

County Deputy Sheriff, went to rtin-j savings of a
mistiial Monday in Federal District a middleaged woman Nine men, charged'with assault says that the lower part of his

!T Court due to 'a prejudicial their home Thursday, with intent to murder in a shoot-;J body will probably remain paraly..

tetement made before the jury ing as a "healer. ing scrape here on Jan. 30, are.j; :sed. The injured man. a Marine

by a U. S. Attorney prosecuting Mr and Mrs. E.. scheduled for trial in Circuit Court reservist and veteran of the Kor-

lit case. Brown was being triedon who live' about two \ ':_.. on Feb. 29. I
r a 1957 charge of possession of west of Lawtey told Judge George L. Patten set 2 : i V. A. hospital within the next

un-taxpaid whiskey.In iff Dolph Reddish that p.m. Monday as the time for i\' week or 10 days- according to
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his opening statement the :burned "healing : hearing various defense motions'h present plan.

Lawtey Off 'Red Line' EVERYBODY SMILES but U. S. Attorney referred to the fact I went 'through ; : ; : seeking severance on behalf ofj,, All defendants in the case are

I that the co-defendant named their home. The '"4-: some of the defendants, motions !)now at liberty under $3,000 bond.
Mayor C. R. Shuford as he : -
with Brown in the case had pre- with the woman :: '<, .'. II to produce a list of State witness Prescott and Browning are rep-
shakes hands night 'E';
Monday : .,
viously pleaded guilty. William from a drawer and '" ,! I es, and others. resented by attorney Lex Green of
Truce DeclaredIn with Marvin Holloway, presi- I
I I dent of Peninsula Motor Club, Avera of Gainesville, Brown's getaway in a car tt"I I I All nine defendants pleaded not i Starke: D. E. Boatwright by ,A.

cignifjing settlement of run- ttorney challenged this statement Deputy Reddish 1 guilty when arraigned here Saturday K. Black, Lake City; Collins and

: ning feud with AAA over Law- as prejudicial to his client and explained how the morning. All faced the court Carter by John Crews, Macclenny;

AAA BoutLawtey's tey's alleged over-active traffic moved for a mistrial. The motion I the money was in the rt 9:30 a.m. with the exception of''and Patray by Sigsbee Scruggs,

law enforcement. Pictured was granted by Federal Judge more complete Mitchell Brown, 32-year-old suspended Gainesville. Forsythe and Warren -

I with Shuford and Holloway Register and was not opposed by woman was not Lawtey marshal, who was! had no legal representativeat

Council Chairman Dave the prosecution.The outcome of his arraigned 30 minutes earlier since: the arraignment Brcwn will
five.week designationas Shuford are [from left]: Councilmen ,
U. S. Attorney's office said funeral services for his father" be in future proceedings -
I represented
a "traffic trap" on the AAA's"red remarked, "O.K., Mr. Holloway.It B. E. Reddish, W. P. Kemp,
I yesterday that the case would were being held that day. by \V.,O. Murrell of Jacksonville. -
line' came to a close Monday will Edward Chairman
be done. We'll try again. Massey. Senior Class .
night when officials of Peninsula I Holloway asked that a close I Dave Shuford, and Hampton eventually be set for .retrial but j Arraigned, together were D. E.:, .

Motor Club of Tampa met with check be maintained in the future I Dunn motor club official. it was considered likely that the Fish Fry Set Boatwright, 32, Lawtey; Arthur-

Lawtey's Council and Mayor q.? R. I to insure that the marshal, whoever -I SeatedIrs.; Ethel Reddish, conspiracy case involving Brown To Raise :I Patray 21: Val,1' Prescott, 20; I Country 'Club
and several other defendants Robert 18 J. C. War-
I Browning ;
Shuford to he be town
adopt a mutually ac- I might was administer- clerk. After shaking
''ceptable working agreement. J ing the traffic laws fairly and hands, Mayor Shuford commented would be tried first-possibly this The Bradford said len, 17; and Bill Forsythe, 21, all I MembershipClosing '

Approaching the Council in what
he termed "a friendly, cooperative !J not there to argue the point n't kissed yet." ,M. Edwards Jr., named with will sponsor,.a of Clifton Collins.: 26, of Macclenay.(\
I t Brown in the same case, pleaded day, Feb. 19, at the The victim of the shooting,I: Mar.. 14
spirit, Marvin Holloway, presi- whether this had or had not been cafeteria
1 guilty before the trial date the from 5:30: | 1 I
at- Warren Boatwright, 28. of Lawteyis
dent of the motor club whose done in the past.
charges of over-zealous traffic law The motor club president i I telegrams would be sent immediately ., U. S. Attorney's office said, ands Adults $1 and' 50 in Bradford County .Hospital I Directors of the Starke Golf

enforcement at Lawtey brought brought with him a file containing): to AAA headquarters notifying : now undergoing pre-sentence txtra.len under Profits 12.from Drink but with a .22 bullet lodged in ,his I and Country Club at their lastciceting

about the AAA ban, suggested a a number of complaints from I them to remove Lawtey; investigation. be used to and spine. His condition was reported! approved a motion that
from the "red line." During the help Wednesday as "serious, but im I jail stock certificate Sales forjymbersHip
three-point program that he felt motorists who thought they had i! .
would enable Lawtey and the AAA been unfairly treated by Marshal!period of the ban all AAA members Cage Tourney trip. follow- proving. However, his doctor} in the club will be

who asked for routings ,to I Callie j closed effective at midnight,
to meet on common ground: Mitchell Brown, who was suspended -

1. That the Lawtey marshal be last week pending determination Florida were told -to by-pass Law: Under Way H. A. Bishop Bar January Deeds 1 i March 14. After this date, memoership -
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In unifrom and have his car clearly of his role in a fight between tey on alternate routes. County; charges i will be limited .to nonvoting

marked while on duty. several youths and men from; motel and restaurant operator; In Gainesville Jackson.'S 1 to a stock at a much higher

2. That all traffic laws be applied Starke and Lawtey. Holloway j I said they noted a drop-off in tour-, Rites i was i i initiation fee, it was decided.
fairly and impartially. did not read the letters stating' ist business this time. Sunday i Over, Total$239,000$ At this meeting plans were ajso
The fourth annual Keystone I formulated the 'club
I .. man- to build
3. That more warning ticketsbe there was no point in reopening! W. P. Kemp is serving as acting
Conference basketball tournament of ale 'i date for the
..house, with target
old wounds. i
used for less flagrant violations.It i marshal at the
Lawtey during
i U underway in the P. K. Yonge Ashley Deed transactions recorded 1noe J opening to be as early as possible
was suggested that a removable The motor Harold Arthur !
club head said that suspension of Brown.AfterDogBite
(II I clerk's
county office the
gymnasium, Gainesville, with the omI for m the summer.
type sign, which could be I president of the I I
BHS Tornadoes set to play Fern- the month of January totaled' over A special appeal is being madeto
hung on the side of the marshal'scar Co. died Friday I
I andina at 7 p.m. tonight [Thurs beer $239,000. The largest transaction all members to arrange iinan-
local
while it was being used officially a hospital
day] Green Cove Springs will involved the sale of the Star e I that early construction'
dug
so
would be acceptable. Since I of several months.Mr. 'I
uuet Macclenny at 8:15.: of Motor Court by Herbert E. and) 1 tbc building-can begin. The, 'golf
the marshal his car/ Bishop was
uses personal
1 The 7 o'clock opener 'Friday illegal, Virginia P. Dayton to Thomas L I *wll be the last-" of
while on duty and is elected for 'H eart. P Fails To,Save Lif'o Bciid,. Kansas on .course open:
acer; .' rufchtwill match. the winners of and had, -lived' in t1 a ti.- d'Itelm4Cook'Jor/$1l5i. .... >00--"- Y.jwe: tli !*-* fcj-Jj mam a.**ltOwas
o'lly term those hold-
a one year / $1,000'ormore
transactions
inese two contests.P. I lnoo by Qther of ;ald. '
ing office in the past have been 1919 when he
K. Yonge is seeded first in are listed as follows:
reluctant to markers di- :he local 1 telephone pro-
paint Of 6-Year-Old In Cardiac Arrest'In I -
rectly on their cars. tie tourney. with Starke No.2. was a 'member of or giv James and Janet Orom' Edgartj Berry Prices '
Macclenny No. 3, and Live Oak age. Roy D. and Ruth Ligon Acker,,
Mayor Shuford said that the No. 4. Church and the house on lot 11 of bloc 26 in jAt Plant City

recommendations seemed reason- spite of the efforts of five LH.. Jennings, eye specialist I Mr. Bishop went Livingston Truby and Co. Ad-
Bishop Kenny Wins $800
able and he was willing to do any. attending physicians, Clarence i! sutured the eyelid. The operatlor; I the Bell Telephone i be dition. $6.500. Are Encouraging
ar-
Last Saturday night in the local
thing that was fair and right. Scoggins, six-year-old son of Mr,I was completed and the eye was and was a cable i I Court Lot nzo D. and May D. Greento # .
the Tornadoes bowed to
Councilman. Massey and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins of Starke.I being dressed when the cardiac arrest .. R)1tl ger of several George A. and Burney R Strawberry sales during the
Biphop Kenny of Jacksonville
moved that the AAA recommendations died Saturday night as the result occurred. 'antil I 1919 when he Winkler," lots 5 and 6 in Green' period of Jau. 16 to Feb. 3 ranged -
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be accepted, stating it was I of "cardiac arrest" during treat' Besides Dr. Jennings and Dr The game was originally Starke. When he Acres Annex, $2,700. from a high of _51: cents to a
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scheduled to be in Jack-
in.portant that the controversy be ment for wounds received earlier! Felos Dr. A. J. Barry, Dr. T. 'G:1 played cal, exchange it was I Howard C. and Naomi E. Ed-i !low of 33 cents at the Plant City
sonville but transferred heJ'edue
fettled, and that both sides should L II in the day when bitten by the I Ritch and Dr. J. E. Mosley wen was erated and had 97 I wards to Emory R Engle, houseou market: according to County A-
to conflict.
make concessions, if necessary. family's Weimaraner hunting dog. called in. No treatment administered : a Bishop lived to see Bedford Lake and Farm, Home geut George' T..Huggin$.
The taller team
Councilman W. P. Kemp second.. Doctors said that everything I brought any appreciable re-, Bishop Kenny grow; until the | and Auto Supply business in Prices quoted were; on the per
had the edge in the rebounding o
ed the motion, which passed without possible was done to save the boy\ .ponse. however. and the effortwas t i. ,. it has three i 1, Livingston, Truby and Co. Ad- pint basis, for the new 12-pint;
Starke
department: though remained i .
,a dissenting vote. whose heart stopped beating as he i abandoned at 11:30: p.m. Th< It serving 1,700 "! dition. $5,000.George "fats": which have been adopted
a threat throughout the -!
was coming from under the an-!: operation was completed at 9:4: from active duty of, H and Rose Vampfy to''as the standard shipping con
lInt half with' fine free thro
esthetic at pradford County Hospital. i j i Clarence Wayne was born Apri i pany' last May. Mem-!Ralph Alonzo and Mavis Thomas tainer.

Ralph Merritt The emergency treatment included -'i 24, 1953 in Gainesville. Beside; hqotlng.S Mr. Bishop is I I Goodt', 'about one-fourth acre Local growers said the prices
Starke trailed at halftime 30- Pack
I heart massage for mor'I' his parents he is survived by i i a l.1fe, Lillian Turner ; i ..1 j Jrest' of Starke, $2,200- piid in Plant City were good, and
theo I First '
Joins Town Finance 26, but was outscored 17-9 in :
than an hour, and the use of an:I'brother, Randall Eugene, and twi 1 son, Harold A. Jimmy W. and Mary Ann|that they hoped the market;
fatal third period. Dicky Dixon
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< electric Heart Pacer [cardiac: : sisters, Mary Patricia and Lind,;a. t.vo daughters. Mrs. : Whitehurst to Hugh L. Jr. and!wuld be good for fruit when
Ralph Metritt of New River hasioined : and Billy Hels beck hit 14 points t i \ its an.0
Powell and Mrs.
: monitor). I I Sue Scoggins, all of Stark.. J!Nellie L. Hutson. about 25 acres'sales begin at the Starke Market.
the staff Strickland in
of Town Finance each and Woody ran all of Starke
The boy was bitten early in the'! Grandparents are Mr. and Mn!. ; a north of New River, $1,700.
C!.,. as assistant manager Charles u? \J2 for the Tornadoes. f.iff; of Theyer, I cafe-
j Aaron Dowling of the State Farm I, and F. Powell to I, Methodist Men
the Luther G.
afternoon as Jie and dog were' May
Zlpperer, manager, announced!I Bishop Kenny also won the I I grandchildren. 23, at:
this week. playing "with a ball.Veimaraners,!I(and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Scogginof s game' 72-22. David Ingram led I Funeral services renewal i I Cliiide: J. and Agnes D. Johns,
Columbus, Ga. of Starke.Will: ; Hear Judge
land east
though large and usually trained parcel of
Mr. Merritt is a native and lifelong S'srke with 8 points. p. m. Sunday in the and I
as hunters, are said to be friendly Funeral services were held a.t 82,000.
resident of Bradford Count3 Last Friday afternoon the BRit I will be
odist Church with
3 Tuesday ,in Bethel Baptis and Gladys Carter toj I Judge T. A. Yawn will be the
and has had: several years exper.. and suitable for pets. It is believed p.m. gills defeated Hawthorne 49-2!J Oscar
lence in the loan field. that the dog bit the boy Church with Rev Richard L. Le-, on the home court. Margaret Dou-. 3-jyette the: officiating.in j David Browning, lots 47 and 51[,, featured speaker at the monthly
and Rev. D. Va n family plot all ol >:eupper meeting of the ,Methodist
also
accidentally while tussling over pastor. Barry I j;south of SR S-225;
$!as was high for Starke with 19, .
the ball. I Deventer of'the First Presbyteri&Church ;n and Barbara Kirchaine secom f Cemetery with ; !! < its 50, 62 and 63 of section 19;''I i Men's Club in the church fellow--
Heart Show Set Funeral Home in 1
officiating. i i all of lots 2 and 3 of section 1aILP, ball Monday night at 7:30
julso
The left side of the child's temple with 13, is I
For February 26 I' Burial was in the family plot i i:a rangements. run"j 30 in Woodlawn, containing about; o'clock.
was lacerated, and his, left up- Crosby Lake Cemetery under th Active pallbearers ) irGO, acres. 14000. C. H. Nasworthy president of

The annual Heart Fund Variety r per eyelid cut through in the!direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral :- Qualifying Time Wiggins, Glen I Monday.' '' Aubrey Jr. and Eunyce B. t le club, prges all members and
Williams W. H. collector prospective members of the group
middle, requiring plastic repair. Home. For LegislatorsMonday
show this year entitled, "Have A Albert ; M-ura to Herbert R and Helen 1
Heart," will be presented in the Dr. P. G. Felos treated the temple Active pallbearers were Mauric oe l' H-unes I for th< to come out fo/ this interesting
'I Starts Alvarez, and W. T. ; } 20. Continued On Page 61] meeting. .
W man's Club auditorium Frida I wound at his office, then placed Wingate Broward Capps, J. T.

the in the hospital where Prevail Jr. and Carrol D. Bake 'I
Light, Feb. 26, at 7:30: o'clock:. boy Dr.j Candidates for State Senator -
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01 the program which will include Russell GreenAnnounces j J. D. Griffis j Qualifying Monday, Feb. 15. Quail-

fkts( from local civic groups anc i 1 _
I i lying deadline for these offices is _
flubs. For {Seeks School March 1. 1 _

Candidates for county office [

Commission Posti\Board Post may start qualifying March 1 and

\ i continue through March 15.
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BUY Registration boots will remain _
Russell H. Green Jr.. grower of j. D. (Dick) Griffis of Theressa r _
j in the precincts through Feb. 29,
q the Brooker-New River section [has announced that he will be a
Light Bulbs after which yoters must come to _
announced jeslerday that he will ;(candidate for School Board ,Dis- JtW \ _
courthouse to Deadline
the register
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be a candidate for County Com i Inict 4 ITheressa', Hampton, Gra-
I for registration is April 2.
From missioner, District 5. ,ham) in the May ,primaries. __
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For the convenience of personsI I w I
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The incumbent. M. O. Harrell. V
announced last week that he i L. ''. Johns, incumbent member j i I working during the day, registration I

Your Starke would'not seek re-election. Iron District 4, wIll not be a candidate -,,i I' books will be open in the _

for re-election since he is'courthouse each Thursday night .
Mr. Green was born in Brad-
Club
Lions through February from 7:30 to 3
tOld, County on Nov. 12. 1909. has no longer a resident of the dis- 'I _

And Help :lived in the county all of his life Uict 'tP- m. yiru w IL! f A'

and was educated in the public I ,
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Some Child To school here. He is clerk and treasurer 1960 SweetheartTo I Mass Schedule ib1 '_
of the New River Baptist i, ] :

Better Vision Church an officer in Pine Hill Be Crowned : On Sunday Feb. 14 the mass _
: ., Starke and
: for
Lodge No. 9. F. &: A. M.. and a v. i t schedule Keystone

past president of the PTA. He is Saturday Night ; Heights Catholic congregationswill T

a trustee and director of Clay be reversed. Mass will, bet

This Space Contributed ELectrtc Cooperative being electedby The annual election of a Valentine 'said 8:30 am at St. Edward's

Weekly to Publicize a write-in vote at the last Ii Sweetheart will be held .Fri Church in Starke. and at 10' am.:

; Community Events by ann'ttl meeting.Mr. day at BHS with the winner to it StrWffliamVin Keston.The Something new was added in 32-32 tie. Receipts from the gate Lnu Wainwright, Janet Nichols

Green, was a candidate for'tx? crowned 'at the Valentine-Ball change Is being made on the BHS gym last Friday night and food sale netted SOphs a- and JoAIyce Graham.

A THE COMMUNITY the District 5 Commission Post in in the USO Saturday joight. that date to assist the Holy,Name Pajama Game when Sophomore boys played Sophomore round $135 for their class fund. Center: Betty Sue Nix seem*

the elections of 1956 and 1952. Various clubs and stujdent Society which is holding itS smi- girls with both teams I
7 STATE BANKOF He is married to the former Lu- groups are each sponsoring a annual breakfast in the recreation O'JlfitUd.in pajamas 'or nighties-i i i torn) and John Arthur Reddish i fwd fall on the gym floor.

ciUe Thomas of Baldwin and they candidate for Sweetheart. .The hall of SL William's after mass onunday. Is Big Success I The. Impartial" referees [De- I,I hold net to keep girls' goal from Right: William Eifcox to&es

STARKE hare one son and three daugh.I t dance is sponsored by the Student $ The society is composedof wayne Elder and Jim Htbbs) $a"l J!eoing through basket. _Dismayed one through a' Dale Knight: and

ters. I Council. men from both churches. j to it that the game ended in a i t lassies are Linda Thomas Betty Sandra Solano look on..

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THURSDAY, FEB. 11. 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THRFyE

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.to ...i... ,.... ,. .-...... .fl.........'.'.'.'.'.'. Mrs. Henry Carter of Maxville 1 I I -

I was a weekend guest of Mrs. Effie
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II I Johns. I

I Mr. and Mrs H. W. Shipp of
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Jacksonville were Sunday. visitorsof J2PIKCE.-:
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Mrs. R. A. Newsom.Mr. .. .
I and Mrs. W. H. Nollman ; _
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IN Th Piers j were in Jacksonville Monday on 1looPt


(1.._ .. -A'_'''' ......_ .. Mr. -....,. ... ."...,r, ->I business.Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughter r Y 1I 4frf .
J Sally, Sue Hurst and Mrs. 1 rlJllfg
Mrs. Pearl Whitnel of DeLandis Gay Mabry fell off a bicycle David Lawson were in Green Cove rIT 1I
spending this week with Mr.ad Tuesday and broke her right arm. : 1 -
Springs Sunday visiting'Mr.. and. I .
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Mrs. Merrill Struth in Starke Mrs. M. W. Lance will undergo .Mrs. Guy DyaL 1 sdt y

and Mr. and Mrs. Georg eRobertsin lung surgery in Baptist Memorial! Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fleming of t !

Lawtey.Mr. Hospital on Friday. Live Oak will be weekend guests I I
and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli Mrs. Junius Smith. District Director -I '
and son and Miss Harriet Home of the Hospital Auxiliary I of Mizells Mr. and will Mrs.also have Ben Mizell.as Sunday The I ; z r I NASWORTHY offers you this Opportunity of the Year to furnishor

Of Jacksonville!; were Sunday attended the State Board meetingof I guests, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peeler,l i II I

guests of 1.1r.and Mrs. Henry the Florida' Hospital Auxiliaryin lone Mizell and Mr. and Mrs. II refurnish: your Living Room with these handsome .. pieces that
Fort Pierce on Monday. I'I
fitefanelli. sn
j Roger Fleming of Jacksonville.John
Bobby Chesser underwent sur- Butch Smith will return Friday Powell and George Kope- I ,have been' chosen for their Style and Quality .
in Doctors Hospital on Wed- from Sarasota where he has been
gery lousos are deep sea fishing this t ,
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nesday. attending the Mercury Motors
week at Marathon.
Replace your old sewing .machine framing school the past two Extra Bobbins save time-Stock WINS SEALEY MATTRESSC. 'r r rl
weeks. 'I 7' $ i
belt with a new Singer Belt with Singer Bobbins at Denmark r
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froth Denmark.Furniture Co. tf I Aaron Hutcheson. formerly assist-of Furniture Co. tf H. Nasworthy, Starke furniture and appliance 4j L
Andrews returned home Bradford County and now I
Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chace of J
dealer is shown'above Mrs. Dickinson
presenting Delaney .
Tuesday from .,Glendale Hospital I IPa ant county agent of Santa Rosa Gainesville spent Sunday with .
ika., 1 County, spent; Tuesday night with their aunt, :Mrs. Etta Hoover. of Theressa with 'a certificate for a Sealey Posture- I
his mother, Mrs. C. C. Hutch Pedic Mattress. Mrs. ,Dickinson was the local winnerin I .
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and
mIL: _. .-,. .-- -- : eson. He was carrying four Santa. daughter Martha. Jane of Lake a nationwide $400,000 contest sponsored by Sealey. 10.
Rosa 4-H boys to the Tampa Fail City were Sunday guests of Mrs.C. Each dealer was given the privilege of presenting one 1-

to compete in livestock judging A. Knight. mattress in his area.,
contests. While Mr. Hutchewas Sort
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,D. Doyle visit- I
FloridaSa at the fair, his wife and sor -
visited: in Starke. ed in Lake City on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews of Lime Needed ,

Mrs. G. R McGauley of Palatki l Mrs. Barney McRae, Sr. returned Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof I
spent Sunday t oWednesday wit!1 Monday from two'months Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.Mr. For Field CropsIn

her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hardy, visit with her son-in-law and and Mrs. H. E. Dayton 're- This Area

Theatre and family. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Al H., tamed last Thursday from a _

Singer Sewing Machine Needle I Harley, m aid new baby son i in:. week's visit in Olean, N. Y. with County Agent G. T. Huggins
St. Albans, W.. Va. Mrs. Harley his mother Mrs. Flora Dayton
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r at Denmark Furnitur Co. : says that field crop producers in'
; Mrs. T. H. Womack. Jr. o II and baby returned with Mrs. Mc who returned with them for sev- Bradford County are not using _.. 4

Nashville, Tenn. spent last Thursday Rae for two weeks visit. Mrs. eral weeks visit. Also visiting the enough lime, and Similar To Above Picture
FEB. 13 are not giving This 12-Piece f Suite Consists of
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Jacksonvillespent :
to Saturday with her sister, Cary Nasworth of Dayton is Mrs. Dayton's mother enough attention to the 'phos ,
the past two weeks with l Ms. Pearl Staley of Clean-- N. Y.
1st. Feature Mrs. W. N. North. Mrs. North ac- phorus-potash ratios of their mix
in St. Albans and re- Michael"Furillo ...
companied Mrs. Womack back afar :Ii the Harleys Mr. and Mrs. ed fertilizers.His .
Columbus, Ga. where the tuined with them. ate residing at 7914 Blanding -SOFA AND MATCHING {
as ;r statement is based on a .
visited Mrs. J. W. Beavers who i it!3 Mrs. Roy Mathews and Roger, Blvd., Jacksonville Mrs. Fur\Uo: summary of results of analysis of I CHAIR ..- Regular
in the hospital there. Mathews of Palatka were Sunda is the former Miss Lynda Chap 152 soil samples for field crops '
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill: : .
visitors ,
submitted 2-STEP ;
by Bradford County TABLES
Dowling and family. Little Nancy man.Miss Jackie Colley of FSU, v1COFFEE .
-i
farmers
Crve5j ;'J during the period July 1, Price
Dowling has the mumps. Miss Barbara Colley of Gainesville
1957 to June
30, 1959.
Each sam.
TABLE "
'HEART : I Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish: and Miss Ann Hudson of Jacksonville le '
MARrKARk I was analyzed in the laboratoryto
gave a family birthday dinner spent Thursday to Sunday ,
FUND ::: ... :Saturday evening for Mrs. Red-, in Miami with friends and calcium determine, magnesium its pH,value phosphorus and its, 2--TABLE LAMPS $195.80
.1 S
fight i dish's father, D. W. Carpenter, relatives. and potash contents.

Also attending were Mr. and' Mrs., I Dr. and Mrs. 'F-E. Bollmger of Conclusions regarding lime requirements 3-THROW RUGS
I Ueiphos, Ohio are spending a
of Jacksonville.
David Reid were based on consi-
month with their son, Dr. H. G. dPiation of pH values and calcium

AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE Boilmger. A. Y.and Covington family.Dr. attended a and Those magnesium regarding fertilizer levels found needs, $ .95

Health Officers conference in
WO 4.2600DeWitt Jacksonville from Monday to were based on consideration of. Sale Price
2nd. Feature phosphorus and potash levels.
C. Jones Funeral Home Wednesday.Mr. Approximately 49 percent of
'" r and Mrs. Frank Dryden
the samples tested had pH values .
..' DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director have purchased the Kenneth Kel- below; 5.5; 49 percent had pH I _
THffUMBtE ... ly house in Pine Haven subdivision -
Starke Fla.
i values between 5.5 and 6.5: and
Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches and moved in last week. rhc hemainder approximately two
r' LWf-MMm 'Mrs. B. Cohen of Aberdeen, Md. percent, had ph. values above 6.5.
> 'GrtttWEKRSERG8W& --- I is: spending several weeks with Soils with :
pH values below 5.5 C H NASWORTHY GENI SUPPLIES
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley are considered to be too acid for -
OPENING NEXT SUNDAY, Andrews, during her father's ill- best crop production. Those with ,
neis. Tommy_Hewitt of Valdosta( ,
Ga. was a weekend guest of the pH values between 5.5 and 6.5 are 310 EAST CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.IT'S .
considered to be satisfactory from
Andrews
i the standpoint of soil acidity, butIP
ANW mica Mr and Mrs. J. D. Powell of r-- --Q- :
many instances, calcium and --=-

GRIFHIHFARR"atim t Jacksonville' and Miss Virginia magnesium levels are too low for ....-. --. .- .. ._ .. ,. ... l
Swell bf @ "spenlTthe weekend fors f': sf+crop'growthH: '
wt 1ER61 1>I U. .e with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dobson .
1" Olilh tsoic net Approximately 51 percent of
in Tallahassee. They were' the samples with pH values below: .
accompanied by Mrs. W. B. Se 5.5 were low in calcium; 47 percent : -
Cartoon: Drag Along Droop well who went on to Thomasville, ILLEGAL
low in
were magnesium; and
Ga. to spend the weekend'with 29 percent were low in both Calcium -

SUN., MON. FEB. 14, 15 relatives. and magnesium. Of the sam-
Purchase model of Singer
any I i ules with pH values between 5.5
Sewing Machine\ At Denmark
and 6.5, 30 percent were low in
1SEE Furniture Co. tf
> rTf \% Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Faulkner calcium; 47 percent were low in For Person Persons in

# # and family of Alma Ga. were 2C magnesium percent ;were and low approximately n both,calci- Any or to Engage

STORIOFsRu weekend guests. of Mr. and Mrs.
u/u and magnesium.
1L9 5 a' Paul Faulkner. These results emphasize the im
.. 0 't Mr. and MrS. Elmer L. Johns
tmtttlHtulstiro --- Q P Q 0 and sons of Apollo Beach were tions portance on consideration of basing lime of applica-calcium Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Q- C and magnesium levels, as well as
r irlrf.rJ 0 > J. T. Quigley ana other .relatives
:n pH values. They indicate the

'. need .for either dolomitic limestone -
Church LeagueBasketball The Name Is
LAKE WALES AMPHITHEATREFEB. or a combination of calci Registered '1
cJrnestone and soluble magnesium. '- .
With regard to fertilizer 14

7 THRU APRIL 17 The First Methodist team con- per cent of the soils tested need

tinued its winning ways in the ed fertilizers relatively high in I' Read This Florida Law"It
Cartoon: Every Sun. at 6 P.M. Res. Seats: $3.00, $2.50, Church Basketball League last phosphorus and low in potash;'50
'
Better Bait Than Never $2.00, $1.50'Tax Inc. percent needed low .phosphorusand
First Christ-
Thursday, edging out
__ '
Every T Thurs.
es.
,
Children der, 12 ian 36-32. First Christian led 18- high potash fertilizers; and

TUES., WED:, Feb. 16, 17 Sat. at 7:30 P.M. 1 i/2 Price 16 at the half, but couldn't keep 36 per cent needed equal a- shall be unlawful for any person or persons u defined side, to

pace in the third quarter' as the' jiounts of phosphorus and pot- in business herein defined under fictitious
1st. Feature For Res. & Inf. Write Box II. Lake Wales, Phone 2-0311 engage as a name as herein defined
Methodist went ahead to stay.
:II I Dewayne Elder hit for 10 points i iI h.Huggins says that soil testingis without and unless said fictitious naiue shall be registered with the

and Hugh Ingram and Tal Mullis the modem method for deter- clerk of the circuit court of the'county where the principal place of business

"Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim :Toney" each got; 9 to lead the Methodists. mining the kinds and .amountsof is with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
I
,wI !LX Jimmy Hobbs was high man for ical fertilizer production.required for econom- signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
and the night, getting 16 points while crop urges
JIM TONEY HOMES 1095. Curtis McGee followed with 10 in Bradford County farmers to con- all those interested in the business, enterprise, the extent of the interest '

up the losing cause. tact Wm for information on taking of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried

WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS First Presbyterian jumped outto and$ submitting soil samples.
-
on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring
See Our Model Home at Waldo Florida a fast start but fell behind as
II Madison Street Baptists put'on' to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
12 Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301
I tHe pressure and wrapped up a their: intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four i
"ft tUCXCT Of> t1tvW"cc sbnfcfv
HOLER GAKBOURA MOKGANWOWCA8BOKE ....#\ 34-24 victory. Edward Akridge (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the county
and
; ripped the nets for 10 points
.w11t U.&IlIJIraJ right behind him was brother where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not b*

Dick with 9. The Presbyterianswere accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ef

2nd. Feature led by Glenn Reddish's 8 ,such publication.

points and Barry. Van Deventer's .

T
I Games scheduled for tonight e :

I Thursday'will be played next ';:i'" ..i: ,
week due to the Keystone_ Conference -
tournament. Schedule for Good Re. 'j If in business under
engaged name
are any
Feb. 18: Methodist/vs Pjesbyteriau for theWhole you I

No Money Down -- No Charge For Travel : Christian 'vs '{9.nbn Street. '.*'-


Anywhere In Florida Same Low PriceWe MAY9R'- f''"'-dy,iS'RT- Family,__ 4 other than your own, and have not had th name

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Use 2 X 8 for'Floor We Furnish Material for] The following casJt were heard e,Hews .. ---T

*'TKt tuRK CttKTUECHES..mm*VttMKSN tiarrinc CMMCT Framing, Not 2 X 6's You to Build. We Do Repair nI.rning.Sylvester ia Mayor's: Court here Monday Facts : properly advertised and registeredwe will be i
MICHAEt
SHEPAKD
t.AUCKICAH-MTE&NATIONAL PICTURe We Use 2 X 6 for Ceiling Work and Finish Gross public intoxi-

Framing, Not 2 X 4's. Houses that are Started. cation. $52.50 bond estreated. Features .,-J'')
,Elizah public intoxication Family
WiHingham.
Cartoon How To Relax give all Mormation
: glad to ( to
t sentence suspended --.---.--------- yon. necessary as r
*
Model Home and Office at Waldo, 12 Miles South of and put on probation for 60 days. The Chrbti Science MatutarOn -
THURS., FRL. FEB. 18, 19 Starke on Route 301. Call or write or come see JIM Sara Furgham public intoxication Norway St,Boston.15. J\ass. /
1 ,. $52.50 bond estreated. Sef\dYOI.I" far the tim .' what should do.i
newspaper
TONEY before you buy any home. Your business ap>> you .
.
Earlie Ezell Bailey reckless Checked; Enclosed f md my check: or
YESTERDAY'SStanley predated. Your credit is good at JIM TONEY'S. I .
driving by excess: speed, $55.bond money order. I year $20 0 e
r treated.I .6 uwrtttu $10 D 3 month $S. Q .i>. ,r! '
OPEN 8:00 A.M. TILL 8:00 P.M. '
ENEMY Ollie Thornton failure to yield

Ray D. Forth Jim Toney Homes I right of way causing accident, .on. .';' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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Baker Rolfe sentence suspended and put on ,
Guy Box 196 Ph. 4307 Box 368 Ph. HO 8.2781 30 dayS' probation. t "AddrJsT' ':' .. ..o?" .

Cartoon Misguided Missile Keystone Heights, Ffa.: Waldo, Fla. Randolph Alexander reckless.driving .

L".p '-;_ ', Ir by excess speed .i&2Kn...,. .. City; Zone $torer' :
-. -- ---. ." I II I bond estreated. '14... .- rw* i .' -,
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i rink TWO u ____ URAWORI) COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY.. __.__. 11.--r I960I -!-
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I.Jospital Auxiliary Two Local Girls Practice! Alert For ITo >tare Guard vvrnrne.nr..v.rrvyvvne 'baby of Jacksonville, spent the

I I I.lets;) Schedule At St. Luke's weekend with her parents Mr. and

;For Desk Hours ]Hospital School Be Part Of Must"Carrying er Day Activities STATE FARM I Mrs.Mr.H.and M.Mrs.Richarde.Pete Harrell and

I ,1'- family and Sfc Frank Cahoon cf
Sirs. .
by O. r.
The general meeting of the on a tradition older ;vas chosen in honor of George Crosby Ptnsacola were visiting friend

I Bradford County Hospital Auxi- r hen the Nation. Starke National Washington whose birthday is on .......................... .n Eastman, Ga. last weekend.

II iary was held Monday night at x, Guardsman' will observe "Muster 'lullda ', Feb. 22. The first press Mrs. G\E. We all extend sympathy: to Mr.
Gladys Mooty i''SO o'clock in the Episcopal parsh t i >.iyr'an: annual; event on Sunday dent: served as a Colonel in the Crews has been coned ,and Mrs. L. A. Crosby of Bayless

.,.,. -" .., '.'_IL ...... ... "" ... ...... 1"-1"- II\\i: house. The president, Mrs. ,,Feb. 21,. Virginia Militia. The date is, by :q .to We the hospital with pneumonia. I illrway., who lost their home and

-I ). Felos. presided.Mrs. P.I Capt. Randal Chitty, Commandng :he: same token a tribute to all wish her a speedy re- tall I their househpld furnishings
Southside PTA UDC Chapter Bert McMains announced I: Officer of Company C, 748th
Hears HistoryOf Will Be Host hut the new schedule calendar I'rdnance: Battalion has announced i lud the National Guard who have is Mr.dinner and guests Mrs. O.Sunday E. Crosby Rev.had AI-I Mr. and MIS Bill Rivers of

fr woikers at the hospital re- ; that the highlight of local served their communities and ton Stephens and Ranhie oi long Bridge are spending.a few
Founders At District Meet eption: desk has been set up. A observance j of Muster Day' will bean iuntry I[ over a period of more Palatka son days with his brother-In-law and

;uiender will be mailed to each ) : unannounced practice alert ;than 300 years. and their son and daugh aster Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews.
observed by The W. T. Weeks chapter. U. ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
Founders
Day was worker before the .first of the hat will take place sometime "Starke: National Guardsman," are happy to know that Bill
''the Southside Elementary PTA D C. will be hosts to the District r nonth during which she is to I Miss Judy Laynette Kelley luring the week of February 15-. .Capt. Chitty declares "are proud Cio-sby ville. and children. of JacksonWe is much improved after his !accident -

with an interesting talk by Mrs. Two convention which will meet .'vork. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 22! The local Guardsman will not i to join with more tUan 470,000 several months ago,
Bynum Perkins at its meeting on here Tuesday, March 1.. The Auxiliary now has 51 paid Kelley of Biooker, and Miss Jean know the exact time of this alert. J 1[fellow[ Guardsmen: in some 5,000 Mrs. Gertrude Moore of Coral
fcb.. 2 in the school cafeteria.Mrs. Plans were made for the convention members and in the past year Dugger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. l\ long series of blasts from the Mmv and Air Guard units in Gables is spending a few days THE KltiHT rOINY fur tin*

Perkins paid tribute to at the regular chapter ]1.222 hours of volunteer service 1. E. Dugger of Raiford will take ity's file siren will notify all :2,500 communities and cities in vith her brother end sisterin'my you write. Come to and e.

the founders of the Parent-Tea- meeting Wednesday afternoon of have] been recorded.The part in thecapping exercises. of :tarke residents; that the.alert j the 50 States, the District Columbia :.iw. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews. led your favorite fcSTERBROOK

cher movement which was officially last week at the home of Mrs. next general meeting will St. Luke's Hospital School of I 1as started. Guardsman who live 1 1lut and Puerto Rico, in Muster Mr and Mrs. Lyle Buck III and Fountain Pea. TELEGRAM

started Feb. 17, 1897. and Charley E. Johns with Mrs. Steve I 32 held Monday, April 18, at 7:30: ) rursing in Jacksonville. The candlelight ( 'of town will be notified by I Day observance

told of the past accomplishments I Simmons as co-hostess. Mrs. L. I 0 m. There will be an election of ceremony will be heFt 1 telephone'-or; messenger. The National Guard which

ind future aims of the organiza- | G. Powell president, presidedover e officers: at this meeting. Dues, Friday at the Friday Musicale.; "This will give everybody in the i belongs to all of our people." he '

tion.\ She was presented by Mrs.late the meeting. The convention 1 which are due April 1, may be Graduates of Bradford County I area a good opportunity to tike :says "serves the community the SPECIAL NOTICE

Sheppard, program chair- ,witt be held in the Starke Wo 1 paid at this time or may be sent High School in June of 1959, :3. look at the modern aspects of :Slate, and the Nation in peace

man. man's Club with luncheon being 1 to Mrs, J. M. Smith. Misses Kelley and Dugger enter-J the National Guard." Capt. Chitty :and in war." J -- ,--

A total of $7.81 was, collectedfor I served in the Methodist Fellow- Mrs. S. E. Simmons presented rd the hospital school in September. j points: out -Young- men of mili- He points out that the National

the annual Founder's Day gift; ship Hall by the WSCS.. 1 an interesting program of questions St. Luke's Hospital School of j laiy 1 age will have ah opportunity I Rev. H. C. Boyette gave the de- Mrs. F. B. Beard historian, j and answers after which the Nursing. is affiliated with Jacksonville I to see the advantages of service J : of America's first-line, military Happy To Announce

v&tional. and Mrs., Canova's first presented a program on "The Old I meeting was adjourned.. Refresh- University and all fresh- 1 nth\ the Guard. Parents wives, 1 defense team but that it fills

grade, won the attendance award. South and the New." :[lents were served by Mrs. C. E. iaen student nurses spend three I and others will no doubt be interested :aa! important role in the com- That

Fourth Grade mothers were in During the social hour the hostesses 'Johns' and her e.Woman's full days each week in classes at 1 I in seeing just what the :inanity as well.

charge of refreshments with Mrs.S. served a dessert course to the University and participate in j Guard means to the community" Military leaders he says, have ELBERT "M" BARBERAnd

G. Denmark as chairman. the 18 members present. :all; campus activities. The girlsive According to 1st Lt: G. F. Snell, determined that in nuclear or
AuxiliaryOf
in dormitories on the hospital Public: Information Officer for the conventional circumstances a

Recent Birth) McCauleyCannonMarriage St. Mark's grounds. local unit, "Muster Day was a suong and already National Guardis

Told Both Miss Dugger and Miss custom in the colonial militia, more vital than ever to National -
Bradford County Hospital announces I II Plans DinnerThe Kelley received Florida State I direct forebears of today's Na- safety and welfare. MACK COLEMANHave

Nursing Scholarships which cover tional Guard. Once each year the Capt.. .
the following births:: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McCauley Women's Auxiliary of St.! Chitty urges Starke residents -
.I ail for the three Militia: was mustered on"the village -
expenses year ; to come out to see the
Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Cimina, Sr. of Daytona Beach announce Mark's Episcopal Church met
educational program at St. Luke's. green to actually count off Guard on both February 21 and Joined Our Service
Middleburg. a daughter, Madeline the marriage of their son, John Monday morning at 10 o'clock in
the number of able-bodied
I men during the practice alert. "Find
formerly of Starke, to Barbara the parish house. Plans were
Lynn: Feb. 8. who would be available to bear oat at first-hand how your National DepartmentTERWILLEGAR
Jean Cannon daughter of Mr. made for a dinner to be served
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rut- land Mrs Frank Cannon, also of Wednesday evening March 2, Wesleyan Guild aims in an emergency. Guard works," he says. "We

lecge. Lake Geneva: a daughter,I Daytona Beach. when Bishop West will be here Gives The National Guard revived thisseold I Ia promise you won't be disappoint-
Surprise
custom in 1956. Feb- 21Dr. e:1."
Kim. Feb. 4. The wedding took place Oct. 15 for Confirmatipn. Dinner will be
Mr. Mrs. A. Jones, hi the First Baptist Church of Stork Shower MOTORS
and Tracy saved at 6:30.: E.. W. Kilbourne I!edge and attitudes taken by
Waldo, a daughter, Valeria Ann, Nahunta. Ga. On Friday. March 4. the regular graduating .seniors at and
born in Wesleyan Service Guild Two Will Be Heard BHS. I
McCauley
Feb. 4. Mrs. was weekly Lenten program will her paper will be entered'in com-
..Mr. and Mrs.. William Earl Daytona Beach. She graduated in, begin with a covered dish supper met at the home of Mrs. Robel.tC.Je At First Methodist petition with other high school ,
in Saratoga Heights Tuesday
daughter, 1959 from Mainland High School
Ferguson, Starke a Hostesses for both nights are winners to select the state win-
5.RE. where she member of the evening with Miss Virginia Sewellas I:
Edaa.Marie. Feb. was a Mrs. W. H. Graham Mrs. R. E.MJ.cBlain .
Glee Club and Da-Y. Mrs. Gene Noegel andMrs. co-hostess. ([ner.Each state winner: will receivea
10 PIECE BEDROOM GROUP
Mrs. Henry Godwin, president,
o 31N Mr. McCauley was born in i Stanley NoegeL r $1,500 scholarship and an educational -
announced that the district meeting -
S. C. He moved to ,
Greenville. It was voted to contribute to' trip April 23-29 with
will be held here in March.
"
Srarke as a child and attended the BHS Student Council to aid her school adviser. The All-Arrer-
CAP schools in-Starke and Gainesville. Guild weekend will be in Lees- az
: in the foreign student exchangerogram :iran Homemaker of Tomorrow ; .. VV'V
After serving four years in the burg, April 13.
v.. it is undertaking.After will be announced at a banquetin -V ba
During the Mrs. J. T.
program
U. S. Air Force, he entered business a program presented by Washington D. C. and will receive -
Giuis :and Mrs. J.. R. Hixon pre-
as a painting contractor. Miss Clara Lehman, the meeting a scholarship of $5,000.
will ik'nted the first half of the study
I Mr, and Mrs. McCauley eras adjourned. Mn.
make their home in Daytona course on Africa. 'z f 1 ,e
After the meeting a surprise I i ..
J Colo.
Beach and Denver Sewell Home
,stork shower was given for Mrs. i VVVi
.
.rrr rr.r Scene Of SupperFor Gruis, who' was presented with a i fa p t t

play pen and pad from the memb i ,:
b
Hwy
DJIC Visitors rs. The hostesses carried. out
fMEATw.LSTARKE \ the stork shower theme in the 6 y
FLA, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and l 1'C ireshnients. Cake squares were ..,.

MIS, M. F. Brown entertained ala t decorated with pink and blue One--3-Piece Bedroom Suite
and I
buffet dinner
RECAP SUN. MON & TUES. delightful booties' and the ;napkins. were
WE
One.
a1 t Mattress
evening' Innerspring
bridge party Tuesday --
; f folded like diapers, Billed with r, r <
Feb. 14.15.16 inc Sewell home honoring Mr. and .
TRUCK TIRESFrom nuts. One-.Box Spring
"GHOST TOWN"Kent .\ Proctor Snow of Dublin. Ga.:. \

7.50 x 20 Thru Taylor John Smits house guests of :Mr. and Mrs. L. School PTA Dr.; -Edwin W.. Kilbourne; director One--Bed Spread : '
10.00 x 20 D. Vining. High for: the Korean field of .
"LIANE, JUNGLE Dinner was served from an attractively Will Meet,Tuesday the Oriental Missionary Society Two--Boudoir Lamps

STOP TAKING GODDESS"Starring appointed table -overlaid I will speak in the First Methodist J Two..-Feather Pillows

CHANCES Marion MlohealsAlso with a pink cloth and 'centered I II i ie The Bradford High School PTA Church of Stark at 7:30: p. m. r
WITH WORN with an arrangement of whigladioli t '' will meet, Tuesday night at 7:30 Wednesday Feb. 17. .
ALL ONLYp9495
CARTo..ONWed. (
TREADSLet and pink azaleas in, s I o'clock in the high school' cafe- Dr. Kilbourne is a third gener- .... V>>,. : FOR
white container. el ia. The, program will be' in ation missionary was born in Japan ,
Us Re-Cap Your ., Thurs., Feb. 17-18 Three tables of bridge were,en. charge of the agriculture department and has lived 33 years in the :n.y t t
think that Freddii s
Tires For Economy And "Woman Obsessed"With oyed after the dinner, with prize;s V Far East. Forced to evacuate from

Safety! Susan Hayward warded to winners. Peking as the.city came under Quit Because a smarty he crlShedTh.ir SaveS

Among the 12 guests was Mr i. Story Of Sampson Cemmunist"sIege. he and.his family -
"VICE RAID"Mamie New Years party
,
,
:
Dealer For Lee Wrotten of Wilmington Dela went directly to Korea wherehe

: Van Doren and iir.st; : of Col and Mrs: T. T. Long:: Coming SundayTo resumed the work of the Mission How about your plumbing Doe< $56.95

NEW DUNLOP Richard Coogaa FloridaThe tre which had been interrupted It need attention? Don't delay to
Also CARTOON since 1941 by World War n.
TIRES Women long about having it fixed. We an
Little
:
In addition to his
adminstrative
Cecil B. DeMille's "Sampson andDtlilah" qualified to satisfactory
give guaranteed
Fri., Sat. Feb. 19.20 Met MondayThe La- duties with the MisSion Dr. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
co-starring Hedy work at all times. Hov'v
STARKERECAP "CHINA GATE"Gene nurr and Victor Mature, will bet e, Kilbourne is vice president of about railing us for complete information
Barry and Little Women's Club m : seen Sunday and Monday at thuse e. Seoul Theological Seminary, and ? No Carrying Charge

Dickinson Monday night in the club ho Florida Theatre, heads the department of Philosophy
CO. Angie
with Anne Matthews vice-presl i' and religion. At present heir is
a
Basically the story concerns
Temple Ave. Movlin Rouge dent presiding in the absence od man's fight to free his enslaved the United States on a one- i We Give *W Green Stamps

JOSE FERRER the president, Kathleen Conwa]y. people, his betrayal by the woman : year furlough and extensive ,
Phone WO 4.0221 a Also CARTOON Plans were discussed for a : he loved, and his ultimate sneaking; tour.

I tacky: party on April] 1. retribution. The general public is invited.to Q /Gt'Sf IICTANKd'FRY/C'F- HART FURNITURE CO

,.- .-- .. Mrs. Guy Sale talked. on he r The destruction of the Phili. hear Dr, 'Kilbournep !

-- --.- ---- ---.- trip to Nassau during the progran 1'1 stine temple is one of the film's i il I

The hostesses carried out th )powerful scenes, as the blindSampson l Tax Information Slarke, Florida

Valentine theme in refreshment s. his legendary strength Given Farmers' ? _

ON STAGE IN PERSON restored, brings the giant edifice;
Nurses To Meet crashing down on the heads oi f Young farmers in Bradford,

his disbelieving enemies. Hi; how .
County know to take advantage -
Bradford County registers d baie-handed: battle with the lion, .,. .
ONLY of good weather in mak- _
--- ONE DAY --- nurses will hold their regul lr on e \ ,A

meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 1 s' his singlehanded'assault Philistine soldiers and d ing ,their crops. But according to I ,,>, :: -;,.
at 7:30: o o'clock in the Bradfoi thousand John W. Spann. Jr., district man- :;
HOLLYWOOD his coutrship of Delilah are otheJ ager of ,the Gainesville social se- :
BIG staff din ing
County Hospital h ,.
room. high spots of ,the film. t icurity. office, many young farmers f eperfect- a : :-:
i don't know they must pay social
security taxes even if no incometax vcr>< : iV.

WESTERN SHOW DANCE is due.
SQUARE If a farmer has net earnings of .

$400 or more in the year, he must match l

file a tax return and pay the social ,_
EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT .
STARRING security tax. This return

must be filed even though he does .
8:30.12:30 P.M.Doctor's :
'THE CIMARRON KID'GENE not owe any income tax becauseof )

the number of his personal] ex- .. ,
-
Inlet Civic LeagueMusic emptions. Some have the idea ;tt/- ; n: A cfiedung account lack'esyour ? ,,'-""

THOMASAND that it is,an optional law, but .- ':.;1 ,;:
that is not true. This is a compulsory '- ; everyday money mtuogement > -

GOLD RUSH HIS PALOMINO STALLION provision and it appliestt V easier. A bank -
: By r
-alJ farmers regardless of age. : ; -', '
ALSOROSALITA armer who has net earns -occount helps you \
a savings! .
Masters f. __ ,
Max and His String ;
Long at least *400 in a year s cash art the .
js build a reserve .
MONTEZ1I0LI4YWOOD e a tax return with the
PUBLIC INVITED ..: these twoservices a'
Revenue Service at Jack- : ,. future. Together, -

NITE CLUB ENTERTAINERAlso sorrille at the end of each year. :!;;...- V 'p of our bank mob !- x
Mr.Spann said that farmers r .' -. .:
7 Year Itch And Story of Jesse James who would like more information l' for happier Iivil19l .
: .'
about reporting their farm in- < .iIfI-i!'
should get in touch with the Pal ,
ome

Don't Miss Tins Great Program! social security office at Gaines ; ; ,
ville or the Internal Revenue Ser- "
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Sara Joe Sprow of Keystone FLORIDAl
Mrs. Sadie Elder ManagerYOUR
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyv berry to fill a person Redding ,arid family .
Sunday. Ala. on"buSmesS' last
week Brotherhood also met for their ship 7:30 m. Wednesday night,
p.
editorial Donald Lang, youngest son Mr; arid Mrs. E. F.
Reddisj of Mrs. John Sylvester Hawis was
: meeting on Tuesday night. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. Ret
Mr, and Mrs.
RISING, Charles Lang; visited Mr. and Mrs. L. a guest of .Mr.and Mrs. Bill Har-
been very ,ill but 'is' now" Re lding Wednesday night. ieU during the School of Missions. The "LfassMeeting" will be held Barney: W. Sweat, pastor Everyone -
on Thursday. Feb. 25, welcome.
By Mrs Gordon Jones4A4AAAAUAUUAAAAAAAAA ing. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis i Rev. and Mrs. Marvin stedhamof at BaylessHighway
: it The infant daughter Mr. the Church at 7:30: p. m.
'nAgreement Lawtey Farnell's Dairy Sun- Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs.
t Mrs. Bobby Padgett'has been. ,afternoon at Baldwin. Thomas O"Bmn last week. O.TDR.L'B.PTlST CHURCH THE RIGHT TOtM1 ft* ...

._. The settlement Monday night of an unhappy Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lev.1s'and ill with a cold: Mr., and Mrs. 'Maxie. Reddish Jimmie O'Brian and Bill Johns Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning way you write Come la aDd 1&0
Attendance at Sunday ,daughter of, El Paso, Texas, ct Evansville Worship. 11 a. m. Training lest favorite ESTERBROOH
situation at Lawtey proved,once again that almost family visited Mr. and: Mrs. Larry Ind- are visiting Mr your
,4I- Lwamore in Ocala last week. improved this week compared Rev. ,and Mrs J. E. Nor- kind Mrs. Thomas O'Brian this U.iion, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- FountAin Pen 'f7IEGRA: 'H.NOTICE .
any dispute, matter how bitter or prolonged, ., last Sunday There were 52 :. Friday night. week. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman of They were visitors at chinch -
can be settled when the principals get togetherin sent and 47 of this group w Visitors of your reporter this Sunday
on
Mulberry were here their farm
on
a spirit of cooperation and willingness to let 100 The Adult
t11S'eekend.. percent grade. were our son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian
bygones be bygones. won the banner again. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene children Bill
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs: Edward ; and Johns and Jim-
r The removal of Lawtey's "red line" ban by Norman on Sunday were Mr. and Attendance at Training and three children of raie O'Brian visited Rev and Mrs.

4 : the AAA will be hailed as the end to an episode Mrs.. Thurman Jones'l 'nd son of has decreased. Tully Norman eksonvtlle.Miss Orville Brookins and daughter .

that is over and done, and one which is devoutly Lady Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ;ports there will be a chicken Caroline Morgan of Linda on Sunday night in According to Sea:-7, Article 10, of Florida Constitution
hoped will never be, and need not be, ex- Norman and family of Oklawaha.and per and Training Union rally rke. spent this weekend. with H;;.mpton- ,
perienced again., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Saturday evening at Carson grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs. Jimmie OBnan and Bill Johns
Us house. Everyone is .. H. Morgan.
and daughters Carolyn and Dar- \sited; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrell ;
.The to the
night
keynote meeting'Monday "Bring the chicken that is We there EVERY'PERSON
]lene.' are sorry is so much this week.Mis. WHO HAS BEEN
I was set by Marvin Holloway, softspoken chairman es up the garden, eat all the old flu going around. So
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis
of Peninsula Motor Club of Tampa, who said visiting relatives and friends are in can. and then enjoy the people have it now in our Minnie Austin left on Mon- RECEIVING HOMESTEAD EXEMPI -

he had come to the Lawtey Council in a "friend- Fart Lauderdale for two weeks. of the evening", announced We ask for all praying day ther for who Georgia ill. to visit her mo- I: TION AND THOSE EXPECTING TO
I calm fis. He won't tell what will ? to pray for these:,Brother is
ly, cooperative spirit" and asked for and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman
dispassionate discussion of the so-called "traffictrap" and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones done at the rally. The only way .Sister, C. E. Crawford Sr r The Ladies WMU Circle of RECEIVE IT FOR THE FIRST TIME,.

situation. aid daughter Darlene visited Mr: find out is to attend the granddaughter Carol, Caw- Boatdrain Baptist Church met SHOULD;, WITHOUT FAIL SIGN
> and rally on Saturday.; :- Mrs. Lillie Morgan, Mrs. J. Tuesday evening, Feb. 7, for their ; ;
To their credit, members of the Council, in aid Mrs. Ray Morris and Mrs. Rev. Chism preached a fine Sapp Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Arvis regular meeting. Devotion was THE APPLICATION ON' OR' BEFORE
Maggie Norman in Gainesvillelast
spite of ruffled feelings caused by what they mon Sunday morning on the : and family and! maybe Had by Mrs. Bill Harrell. The
week. I i APRIL 1ST OF EACH; YEAR WITH,
considered some unjust charges, responded to Mr. ject "Dedication," Phil: : that I don't know about.
Mr. and Mrs. Minzell Royal of
, Holloway'a overtures and did just' what he requested Lakeland visited relatives here There were several visitors All girls and women who are THE TAX ASSESSOR;
-discusse$ the matter calmly and dis- last week. even though some of the 'in starting our church THAT'S ALL? '
bers failed to attend. L.'H. the girl's GA's and Sun-
passionately.The Miss Carolyn Jones was a guestof .
net result was that differences of opinion Misses Linda and Dianne Our deepest sympathy is bands please be present the : !
ed to the family of John 54
Thursday night Feb. at .
were found to be no neearly .great as had been Science In Starke last Saturday.Mrs. 26. who'has
Everyone sold
who died l last week. May the : ,o'clock at our Church, 1 bought or property -
Lee of Starke visited Mr.
believed-by both sides. The AAA's suggestions '
be with them in.their sorrow.. .
the should
'. ; were deemed reasonable and readily endorsedby :and Mrs. Gordon Jones and duyng past year, file a return'on -

the Council. These were simply that; The ar- daughters: are very last sorry Sunday to report evening.We that. ..YY.YY.Y.Y9YYYYYYY ... :. ...' this, in1 order to insure the. correct

resting officer be in uniform when on duty and Mr4 and Mrs. Lester Crosby's assessment.
[' I that his car be clearly marked by a removable home burned down last Sunday.CLAY ., EVERGREENBy GRIFFIS LOOP
I sign in addition to the red flasher; that traffic ,. Mrs. SybilGriffis' :1: ,,T-'
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: laws be administered fairly and impartially; and vvvvvvvv..vvvvvv VT Verble
By Harrell
t ......_........ ;AAAA.. Returns" on Personal.Property and
that consideration be given to more frequent use A AA uAAAMiss
of warning tickets in the case of less flagrant HILLby Mr*, and: Mrs. Edmond Rosi It's f .. this
rue. you wear amazing -
violations.On and family spent the' Binnie Jean Ray, a mis- new Sonotone hearing aid ALL Intangible Personal Property are
MIL J. L. Strickland with' Mrs. Rosier's parents, from China was a guest
cord
these points there was total agreement.,The IN YOUR EAR! Ko nothing
only variable factor remains, as it has in the i & and Mrs..Dewey Harvey. and Mrs Thomas O'Brian worn anywhere els-e. The smallest also/ being taken.
Rev.,and Mrs;:,, J., Er the School of Missions at Sonotone ever, it weighs only
past, the manner and method bv which the rules. Edwin Padgett and Harry Wil- and James visited' Mr and Boatdrain Church. half an.ounce, including battery.SOMOTONE.
are administered by the law enforcement officer keison, employees of the Florida A. B. Wainright and family Ous" Johnson of Jacksonville =

himself. The AAA documented its case with let- ,Forest Service, were busy a good'' Jacksonville Monday night. a guest of Mrs.Inez Grey and

ters from a number-not just one or two- part of last week plowing fire Mr; and' Mrs. Stanley Cr mother Mrs. Janie Green, ALL THE ABOVE ARE D.UE.ON OR

motorists protesting what they considered to have b.caks and helping local residentsin ford ,and family, and- Mr. the School of Missions. 731: N.W. 20th Avenue : BEFORE APRIL, 1ST OF EACH,
been unfair treatment by the arresting' officer burning plots of land. We un- Reddish attended the State Members of Boatdrain Church Gainesville, Flav

who 'has since been suspended in connection with derstand they made a; moving in. Tampa Saturday; their friends enjoyed dinner Please bend'me without obligationyour I::YEAR, .. ,

.... a matter not related to "traffic trap" charges. picture of one of Jim Strickland's Mrs. J. E.' Norman and; the grounds and.singing all free booklet, LIVE AGAIN
II fields while it was burning. The spent Saturday with Mrs* last' Sunday.; (all about hearing).
. ..: Some of these complaints be discounted, of '
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may
and Griffis,
the nvm's mother, Mrs. Thomas jerome Doyce and
movie will be presented
.. for almost driver thinks he Name __ __ _______ '
course, every has school children at Clay Hill one ling of Kingsley Lake; and Jerold Gainey, were -- -.- GENE LOHG

been wronged if he is caught breaking trafficregulations. day this week. Padgett and Wil- Mr and Mrs. Billy Jacksonville last week. Address ______: Apt.----
::.. However when there is a considerable kErson were also helping Jack lilted Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Rec Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins

' Ii ow.... number of such complaints, the situation WJkerson 'and Pete Brinson to in Macon. Ga., over the daughter, Linda visited Mr.. CIty .____________.__State______ TAX ASSESSOR

warrants checking, and that is how Peninsula make their land safe for their new Mr and Mrs. R. E. Lee Mrs. Rex Brookins in Cocoa Batteries for all makes of Hear- BRADFORD COUNTYYLj'i
Motor Club came into the picture. future project, that 'of' growing Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Lee week. ing Aids.

Mayor 'Shuford and members of the Council quail for sportsmen. Since all the daughter_visited i Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green was in Anniston,
land in this has been --
farm area ,
cannot be expected to supervise every traffic ar-
men won'thave
burned maybe these
:..- rest made in Lawtey, of course but in view of to rush backhere, so often.
these disclosures they will no doubt want to take .
Jimmy Lang has been working.in .
every precaution to insure that the laws are being Waldo for awhile. ; : CANT! I

enforced "fairly and impartially," as the AAA Jim Strickland went to the Du- : : : B'EAI
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officials assured would be. .
were they week
to .
val Medical Center last ;. ,. .
It is if the has read into the .. 1 .. "
regrettable public neck. He learned f
check on a sore ; -
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"traffic trap" controversy any inference that the that the soreness was caused bj tab s.i- "'"',_,
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't \vn' of'Lawtey\ was deliberately authorizing-a: &in, strain.and bruise. When -a : ".,; .\ ri.:.; ,: .. =: ., -" ;' : ;.tl .
situation of this kind for the purpose of en- man, 78 years young burns grass :. I r. + I:. :: :
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fields. splits live oak blocks usinga .. : N' atural : :
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of
riching its coffers. \Ve know the members .
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heavy maul, two axes and lots ; -
Lawtey Council and Mayor Shuford well enoughto of effort plus all the other work ... -1 v.'" .- -
know that any such plap would be as dis- he: does Jim should expect some : .
tasteful to them as to the general public. Law- after-effects. His neck is improved .: j "

just doesn't need that bad. at this '. .
tey money writing. I .
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We are convinced that Mayor Shuford and Mrs. of Tampa. : { ,. A '
Lang
Walter ., '. -., : .. .,,: :' I
members of the Council have been acting in good your reporter's daughter, sent a "C > : .
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faith and in the future will redouble their efforts clipping from the Tampa newspaper .
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::-: -- to see that enforcement at Lawtey is just what showing a, picture of a five .; d. ."' .' .:. -..', ,r

- they, by their action Monday night, agreed it inch strawberry grown by a marl} t.. .
would be.Wafer. who lives on Turkey Creek.Wouldn't : ; : > : : ..
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take many of this sizec \; .. : '. ;: .
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Rates ? I "liF.: ,
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The LawTey City Council isn't the only one } ..' ,,-I-. ;, '" r ; ,
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with problems, it seems. One has only to sit > it'

:.t' in on session'' of the Starke Council to realize WHEN; i : '

the multiple headaches that must be met and '

.. dealt with in a growing community -; MODERN LIVING

Mt In recent weeks the Starke Council has been :, ,; : .
YOU 4 : ,
beseiged by requests at every meeting for sewer ." _
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and service fit i .
that
water areas are building up : '
v faster than the City can take care of them. Witha ; J:
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sympathetic ear but an empty pocketbook, the E.E.aMONEY : \. .And, now is the- time' to apply for Natural Gas Service to your home. : .

City has no recourse but to turn down these many I ..

.. requests with a faint note of 'hope' that perhapsin or Business! A $5.00:deposit required.. ';
the future. \ S. '.f : "
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In the meanwhile the unfortunate service seek- "
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ing new homeowner must go through the expensive :
I Yes, now while. our service line crews are in Starke will install f
process of having a deep well dug, installing t ., .' we .
and maintaining water and con- '
pump '
structing a septic tank. All-of which might' cost SEE US : the service line from the main to your house absolutely -

him in the neighborhood of $500! : FREE
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One of these service-, eekerS suggested. at l last ;; i

Council meeting that most of the new home- ,

owners would (or'sHould) be willing to pay some- : :: v. If yoU are n6Wusirig'L P! Gas we' will "I
convert
use
IIrr equipment ,
*
thing toward the cost of extending*sewer and -4 ....-c..... yoto .

water lines, since even a* hundred or, so dollars '
expended for this purpose would bel l less than that L LftNS S .'.". Natural Gas at ho cost to you; '. t

of installing a private well, pump, and tank. ; l .
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Such a plan would be difficult to administer, t ;' ;

of course, las the city would \be confronted with UPTO :'; : ;: So save money, ctJl,* the City Clerk at the City Hall todaytand! haves
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the problem of who would pay an additional r' t .. 4 ;r
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amount for service extensions andf,who would not. Natural'Gas service line installed .. .
your .. a ;;" .fi:re-r
This would be adding. headache,to headache.: : FREE "

Another approach would be to increase water $600 .

rates to a more realistic figure so that this de- r
partment would at least pay its own way and : *' ;!
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not have to be subsidized as it is now. Althoughan : ether you plants. use*Natu,!" Gas now, or at a later 'date. lei us ,
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increase in the costof; any service is certainly : .::

nothing to be welcomed at. this time, there are put yourservice'line'in'now-while'the'work crews are I
in neigh .
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few who would not go alohg' with if once they "Folks Find Us your ,4

were convinced the present unrealistic charge wasa Friendly" : : borll od. ;;

contributing factor to the impossibility of ex- I. '.. ,. ;1 "
tending service where service is need&dtand, justi- 't' -"1 ""t"l .. :.. t- i

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I ;1..MArIc'a J;: co mil i IRy'v vvvvivvyvyivvvvi': Ii I;Wn: and:Jn.. Jack Reynolds and I I ed home with her parents. ,Miss Arthurine Blanchard o! vu-: -on.

sons ,a.ndJlr. Lomie. Mosley., I" i I Mrs Purvis Brown and daugh- i, Jacksonville spent the weekend ; if. an: :M'", ,J
ILev..Ilpmeord. ,6 JlacBIaD: lAWTEYMr.i : Mr...and'Mri.: Lee Taylor of Live I ters had as guests during the j with her sister, Miss Enza Blanch- Theodore Yousg, am. -...'.. ...J'.."..

Sunday i cervices 9:45 LID '- Oak visited Mr. and )trs.: Noah|weekend Rev. Willis, Mrs. Leila urd. They 'were guests of Mrs. !{Wise visited: Mr: r' Jiu j.. .,_)..

CHURCH NEWS Church School; 11:00 'aja. Morn ,. 'o f'\T;:, ".' Taylor on Tuesday. ?eIlVY. Mrs.: ,Gara Dorman. Carl ;i Smithie McLeod in Melrose on i Wise on Saturday.: -
ing'Prayer and Sermon. Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and chil- I Psuvy and, Carl Dorman! of Ocoee; I Saturday. I I Friends of Donald Carte: will

Holy COmmunlOA-F1M Sun .&.&.&.&..&."' ..U.&U .", ".' i dren and Mrs. G. I> Sapp spent Miss' Alene Brown of Orlavista; j Mr. and Mrs. Harley Higgin- be happy to learn. that he is enrolled -

(day, 11:00 ajn.; ,Third Sunday and Mrs. 'J. E. Warren had!Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brown and jbuiham of Baldwinand' Henry i at the University of Florida
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,7r30 a.m. is guests during the weekend Mr.i!j Harry Taylor in Middleburg. Mr. and Airs R. J. Brown and':Bennett of Jasper were guests of I II !for the second semester.

I Wednesday-'7:00 p.nt, Choi and Mrs. Marvin Warren and 1 Guests of Mrs.! Mary Reddish i family of Winter Garden; Rev.George I Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown last
Presbyterian Church Methodist Church
I Practice; 7:45: pjn. Litany .an Daughter, Miss Beverly Appleby oft 1 art' Mrs. Hattie Mathis, Mrs.Nel- Chism of Moniac." Ga.; ,Saturday. Sand NOW YOU can make 60-second

tsibie Study.St. Jacksonville Mr. Mrs.1 lis Osteen and Mrs.,Louise, Smithof Rev. E. D. Harvey, Melvin Futch i Mr., Mrs. Ralph Smart and pictures without flashbulbs with
and and
Sunday Church School, 9:45a. Schedule for week '
of Feb. 14
: J 'Tampa. and Mr. and Mrs. Van Futch of 'daughters of Jacksonville spent new Polaroid 3000 Spfl Film at

'm. Morning Worship 11 a. m., Sunday Church School. 9:45a. : ., Edward's Catholic Church .'Leslif Bradley and'' children of'"*1 1I ,Mrs. Mattie Carter and familyof Jacksonville.Mrs. I iS: turdar: with Mrs. Mattie Hen-I I I Bullington's.

The Facts And Fancies of Free- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Starke. Florida "vingsley Lake. ( .Jacksonville visited her son, .'Walter Wilkison, Mrs. Ed- _n __

dom." Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. D'ne-A-Mite! snack supper-, for Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. .I Mr and Mrs. Hubert Priest and Allan,, and family this weekena.i.,tin Starling, Mrs. Dan Starling
Evening Worship, 7:30 m-, MYF 6 Youth ''amily were in Welborn 'on,Sun-' J
p. p. m- meetings Holyday Masses.ct 8:30 a. m. & Mr.. and Mrs. Bryant qdill'40 and; Mrs. Bobo Starling were
"Great Voices of Faith: Erasmus."i[ 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship 7:30p. : lay for a visit with J.lr'7and Mrs. 111. LAKE
5:30 p. In.Weekday. ...and Mrs. Glenn.Shuford and \guests of Mr and Mrs. S. H. BUTLER BOTHID GAS

,, Tuesday Basketball versus m.> Mass at 8:00 a. m. Trnest Williams and sons. |J G. Shuford. visited George Shu-i,j Thompson in Lake Butleron, Mon-:
Madison Street, 7 p. m. I Monday' Men's Club supper. Confessions: Saturday 7 to .I Danny Waters spent the wee .f ford in St. Vincent on Sunday i ii 'ay.

4 Wednesday Men's Supper 7 p. m.Tuesday. o. m. nd with his grandparents. MrJ f i Mr. and.Mrs. Glenn ,Williamson : Mrs. Jack Harvey of Orlando I NOW SERVING STARK

6:30: p. m.F.1iday WSCS program and Baptisms marriages and !Instructions ir.d Mrs. Buford Higg1; ibotham: ,';and sons of.' Maccl nnyere 'I Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Prevatt and

Choir practice, 8 p. business: meeting in the sanctu I by appointment. n Manille. I,guests.of Mr and Mrs. Troy Ben- .,family: of Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs.L. i
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. and
m. ary. Hague j rjttt last ,,Sunday, H. Harper and family were
I,,I Wednesday Dr. Edwin W, HIGHLAND family enjoyed a birthday din.-i_ .\, Dewey Harvey of Macclenn!! \veekend guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank
I KilbOurne, from Korea -I ner for Mrs. Hague at the homecf I
missionary
BAPTIST CHURCH pent Sunday \\'i.Mrs.. Mamie ,,,Carl Prevatt.
i will speak on "Christianity "' Mr. and Mrs. George Tyre in,[Futch and Floyd! :, The Wilbur Bells of Jacksonville Cooking Only 8.00 Tank
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Sunday School 45 a. n I Ii I per
BABY'SSHOES Keystone .
versus Communism in Korea, I Heights on Saturday.Mr. : Ray Dorman'of Jacksonville : spent Saturday with Mrs.Bell's .
I 7:30 p. m.Thursday. Morning Worship :1 a. m. an and Mrs. J. D. Hart and'I i visited; Mr. ,and' Mrs.. B. E. .Red-!i:: mother, Mrs. Susie Prevatt.
in 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting eacl family of Bell visited Hart PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6.4351Joe
Prayer group Allen dishon, T esday.. ,r Mrs. Joyce Futch's guests onSaturday -
Wednesday. 7:30 RevGeorge
:Fellowship Hall, 9:30: a. m. Chancel p. m. and daughters on .Sundayv .MrS., Luther ..Hilliard and children l were Mr. and Mrs. A.
Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Chism pastor. Everybod Mr. and Mrs. 'Ernest Souther- and Mrs. Sarah Starling j Shaw '
welcome. land of Lake Butler visited Mr.: were weekend guests of Mr and I!Iz.! Futch and daughter of Quincy.::

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHRIST and Mrs. Rowell ,Prevatt and }!rS",R..D.Suber in Jacksonville.: I I jaud S. J. Futch of Jacksonville. i.

BRONZED: Hope Baptist Church, Theressa, CHURCH OF Minister family .on Saturday.' Misses,Frankie.: and Betty Wain- 'I
Charles Thorpe,
seven miles south of Starke on Mrs. Carol Dixon. and, children of wrightand,Edwatd Wainwright of I.

BY EXCLUSIVE NEW Route 100. Rev. Samuel S. Cuth- Bible'Study, 10 a. m, Preaching Palatka spent S turday'with Mr. Jacksonville le spent Sunday with

bert, pastor. awl Communion. a. m. Evening and ,Mrs. %V.: E. Gault and son. Mr. 'and, 'Mrs. Truby .Wainwright.
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DUCTYL PROCESS Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning Service, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Bible Mr. and )Irs. Francis ( ,andjllrs-: >is- ,Leon Starling.and 0l
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Every ,Mounted StyleREDUCED Worship, 11 a. m., message by Study each Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. bell were guests of -J.fr, 'and children of Jacksonville were here BUY THATRCATV h +

the pastor on the topic "Let's ,Sidney! jVpliarnspn{( in eamp-J for 8'ysit'fWith Mrs.-George Shu-

f, Keep Our Civil and Religious NEW RIVER on Sunday. ford: and daughter on Sunday fjI/ii

lf Freedom!'" Training Union, 6:30: BAPTIST CHUFCB Mrs Milo Smith,and. son ?fS. :.Carl,Hflliard is spending

p. m. Evening Worship, -7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor Smith are, ,visiting: \ i fejatives iris I some time with her 'son, James I' /

series of messages on the Book ot skip Hour. 11 a. m. Evento Servp. Wooster, Ohio. and his family in Jacksonville. i

Revelation by the pastor. Topic. ...e. } m. Prayer Meeting': Friends of George Shuford will Friends .of. Mrs. Charles Hess
f his week will be "The Cause of : Wednesday,,7:30 p.m.PENTECOSTAL ifgret to learn that he is "a 'cill regret to learn that' she is a

Suffering in This World." patient jn St. Vincents Hospitalin pneumonia patient in .,Bradford NOW and r.

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Prayer HOLINESS Jacksonville.. County Hospital. Mrs. Hess was a 9!

:Meeting. Rev. Nich Leonovitch, CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Tex Wilson and former resident of Lawtey.

Missionary to Russians, will be Sunday School 1C a. m.; Morn- family, Percy Griffis and Linto Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hughes of "

finest speaker. Choir rehearsal follows ing Worship. 11 a. m.: Ray'of Sweetwater, Tenn., visited Pensacola and Mrs. Jean Pospeich I

FEBRUARY with Fred Dodd, director. listic services. 7:3n r>. m.Eyangt-I Mr. and Mrs. Mose 'Wiseman of o! Orlando were weekend guestscf RCA V1CTO I

Wednesday Prr.yer Meeting :Jacksonville Beach on ,Sunday Mr. and Mrs., M. L. Turner. -

BETHEL MISSIONARY Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Starlingand ,Miss Geraldine Hughes, who has ,

ONLY BAPTIST CHURCH .children of Jacksonville were ben visiting the Turners return- I !itBRENT
.
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- CHURCH OF GOD here on Sunday for a visit with 1 -

ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn Mr. and Mrs. H., C.' Harley and Notice is NOTICE hereby given that I, ; r

Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service ing Worship, 11 a. _m. Sunday family. Arlie Broughton. who was convicted i @)

,f r 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Evening Service 7:45: p. m. YPE Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Danny >n the. Florida Circuit! at Court the spring of Bradfordfmntv. term -. j I

Wednesday, 8 p. m. Everyone wel- Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m returned home Sunday from an extended :thereof A, D. 1S52, of the offense
come.-Rev. R. L. Lee, pastor. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m visit with }fr. and Mrs. <"!* arson second degree and senten- Ref.r 189.95
:-e;1 itierefor to five years, will apply i -
Fate Redd and family in Macon, for clemency and restoration of I ;
MADISON STREET BAPTIST FAITH BAPTIST CHUB i 1!Ga. cjvil rights to the State: Board of
Pardons Tallahassee, ,Florida at
CHURCH Lawtey i Mr. and Mrs. Riley Dixon of its nat regular meeting. { TRADE
900 Block W. :Madison St. A. E Massey Pastor Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. E.. L. -Arli* ProugUton! "NIS MASTER S YOItt' 30.001a&5'I
212| 2t 2'19' UP TO -
Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood, I rMassey during the weekend. ,
Bible school 10 a. m.
Superintendent. j Congratulations are extended to > "
lw I In The Circuit Court Of Florldn
Morning Worship 11:00. Preaching, _11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott Eighth' Jodlrtal 'Clrrult, I.ad I .
Training Union 6:15: Jim Har- Evening Service, 1:30,: p ,m. I upon .the. opening of their new I'cr Kradford Bounty.In ; .

ocn, Director. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Shell station in Middleburg.. Mr. Chanrery.Case No. 12-M3

Evening Worship 7:30.: ; 7:30: p ,m., Wednesday.Radio Lon Prescott is helping his son Frank Damato, Plaintiff vs. \ 1,59.95

Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, program, 8 to 8:80.a., operate the station.Mr. Tl.lda. Damato. Defendant.NOTICE OF SUIT.

7:30J.: l n. each Sunday over station : and :Mrs. Donald". Green of To: Frank Damato, c/o Mrs. Mary I RCA VICTOR BRENT. Economy

i fYfifrS t H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor. WRGn." Starke. Jacksonville spent Sunday with Ho ike, 2442. New Woodland York Avenue.Wantagh. priced table TV with RCA Victor's .,

MISSIONARY BAPTIST Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Green and You are hereby notified that a new "Yeri-thin" styling. Front tuning \,
Style 45, .11 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH .family. petition for modification of final and sound, Fashion Finished Back,
Portrait Stand,Bronze. I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- j I (:'". ree has been filed in the above Tube Guard
I I Reg. J695.] NOW Cor., Call & Christian Streets nrshin tl a.m Evening R. E. Lee and children visited j :stykd court in which your former Automatic: ChannelEqualizer Take advantage of this wonderful -
Bob L. Badgett, Minister with Mrs } wife, Hilda Damato seeks to am..ndtt.e Transformer Powered ;
!I 'Talc* advantage of these drastic Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting] .Thetis English in Jacksonville child custody of the
provlsicui
r 'Sunday School 9:45 aMn. Worship "*"' in.
: Chossts.Grayftnhh.156sqy pic-: offer NOW and SAVE!
j reductions on every style and each Wednesday 7:30_ p.m. Everyone oq. aturday. final decree of divorce entered by -
i finish in the famous Bron-Sho and Communion, 10:45: a- m. welcome. Mrs.:.Dt B. Thomas and daughter the above court on Auguest 18, lure.: Model 170-T-05()
i -Key. H. H. Mott,
I t:1j: ; i. In said petition the said Hilda
iI Choir Practice,
I line. Order NOW for Easter, Chi Rho, 5 p. m.
were Sunday of
ii pastor.BOATDRAIN guests Mr IVunato prays that said final decree -
x
i Mothers Day or Father Day 6 p JH. CYF, 7 p. m. 'f end Mrs. Russell Tiaon In Jackson'' of divorce be modified and
Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. New .. trat she be awarded the care, cus-
BAPTIST CHURCH ville. and control of Barbara Ann
tody
,** ; BR lliZ SNOE S' Training for. Service. I..: Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning -, Mrs. Paul Smith and daughterswere Damato.copy of You your are answer required or pleading to servea SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV

EVERGREEN Worship, 11 a. m. Training I business visitors in Jacksonville io said petition on petitioner's at- .
1 .. Union,. 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship -/ on Saturday. ",-:1"Y8. Adkins And Jenkins 224!
CHURCH
BA1-TIST
'
I Southwest SE'l'ond't'nuE', (,alnE-s-
e atI .School 10 a. m. Preaching 7:30. p. m. I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T W. viii... Florida. and file the original Phone WO 4-6901 Starke Florida
Sunday : Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Tatum on Saturday were Miss j answer or pleading in the office of ,
11 Training Union 6:30. the "!erk of the Circuit Court
a. m. } j onor
I ",30 p. m.Pastor Elizabeth Tatum of Gainesville !
before the 14th day of March
p. m. Preaching 7e: p. m. Prayer Rev. Barney Sweat. end Mr and Mrs. Tom Tatum of I i960. If you fail to do so, judgment ....... I
STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP Meeting Weteesda" 7:30: p. m. Everyone Welcome. Palatka. b>' default will he taken against
Wednesday Bible study, 7'30 >cu for the relief demanded in said
Mrs Daisy Bock and son and !>*,tilion.
1''t
r p. rni IIIWAY CHAPEL Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson had as Sun- Done And Ordered at Starke,
i Bradford County, Florida\ this :9 I
I ASSEMBLY: OF GODD. I day guests Mr, and Mrs. Tom lav of February, 1960. FOR THE FINEST IN GAS SERVICE

P. Burgess, Pastor Whaley and daughters of Jackson SEAL)
ville, Mr. and Mrs. Manus Griffis CHARLES A. DARBY
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Clerk Circuit Court
THE (MCKINLEY and sons of Palatka, and Mr. and Pradford ('ountyFlorida
HEAR
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even-
By Marian Li. Crosby
Mrs. Virgil Griffis and !
guistic Service, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday daughter I Deputy Clerk YOU JUST Can't Beat
of State Farm
Adkins and Jenkins
f I weekly prayer service, 7:45:
,
Mr. and MrsJ ,Attorneys for Petitioner
L.
P. Rafuse and : 'Naturally'
221 SW Second Avenue
MESSENGERS HAMPTON CHRISTIAN I daughter spent Sunday with Mr.: I Gainesville\ Florida A

MUSICAL CHURCH Novell and, Mrs.in Jacksonville.Miss S.*T' Worth. and Johnny 211,,| 4t "/31 Slade Gas

Sunday Bible School, 10 a. IB 1 The flrrult Court Of The Eighth =
Mary Ann Motes of Gain- '
m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; Judicial Circuit Of Florida ;'In
esville spent the weekend with her And For Bradford fovatyt In
I Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer grandmother, Mrs. Effie''Mmer ** tC hanrery'Community Slade Gas is just one of the many millions of PRIVATELY
State Bank Of Starke,
meetrig every Tuesday at-7:30p. '

m. John W' ite, pastor son's Mr.guests and Mrs on..Sunday Bennett were Wilkin Mr. Plaintiff NOTICE vs. 1. V.OF Luke.SALTS Defendant. OWNED businesses in America, built, financed and owned by

TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to
and Mrs: E. Rogers'al1d' fimify O.r: of Court entered In'the above
CHURCH OF JESUS CHKISTLATTEB ,
k ,DAY SAINTS end Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkin-entitled cause on January 28, 1960 private citizens., that has helped to build your city, your state
the undersigned Special Master Hills '
Services each old son and sons of Jacksonville. :.,l! the following described auto
Sunday in
Masonic Hall on E Call St. Sun Mrs. J. D. Davis .and sons o,,, I mobile to-wlt: Motor ,and: your country into, the nation. we have, today. Let's keep
One 1954 Ford 4-door Sedan -
lay School in a. m. Sacrament Jacksonville are visiting Vernie'Padgett 1 XT C4AO-104I32: ; to the highet ,
Service 8:30: p. m. Everyone we and daughters this week. and l>en bidder for cash at publicout.ry strong support private enterprise.
the South front door ,of .
Mr: : at
and
lrg ome. Mrs: Ernest, Raulersonend :
the County Court House in Starke.
III daughters spent Sunday with ]Florida, at 12.00 o'clock noon on

f AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Mr, ,and Mrs. _John C. Crews in 1 February 16. 1960. ', }, '. ;'
S/ T. FRANK LANDRUMSpecial : SLADE GAS OFFERS YOU--- : -
Glen .
.St.
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: Morn- Mary.Mr. Master \ .
ing Worship 11 a. m. Training and Mrs. Hassie Reynolds, I Ilof.is! V Knight. *
f
e S m h ha Union of Baldwin with\Attorney for Plaintiff. .... .
6:45 p. m. Evening Worship spent Sunday It 2,4 .
,
8:00 p. m. Midweek Prayer -- JB 24-Hour Service .

Service Wednesday ,7:30 p. m.
: Everyone welcome when you need .

t 2. Hotter Gas Per Square Foot .

In Omittr Jadxe' Court I. And Far .
Hr.Mllerd Ountr. Florida
t 5n re: Estate' or NICK VIZ1ROIJOS. RELIABLEGAS SERVICE
deceased. '. 3. -Steadier Pressure For Your Gas Needs. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAil
creditors of the estate of ,
Nirtc Viziropulos deceased are THINK 'OF SLADE GAS '' i-
hereby notified and required tp file i'
any claims or demands which they: I .4. Competitive Prices ,. : ,-- ,.:
may have against said estate in the "
office of the County Judge of Brad- TANKS FROM 5 GAL JNS\ TO 1,000 OR UP ,
OF "ALL SACRED" VOCAL AND ford County ,Florida in the courthouse ,
at Starke. Florida within Service
N
P gaBetter .
eight calendar .months from the 9.tiE5n :
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC date of the first publication of this .. .
notice. Each; claim or demand must

AT place be in or writing residence and and must postoffice state the t.: '\ \' 6. And All the Advantages of Trading With
address of the claimant and must
YOUR MEMORIAL TO
GIFT:
be bworn toby the claimant his .
-
agent or his attorney, or it will ') > Owned
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH t ttentmr January void*7.according U60 to law. 1h e A Privately Company.

"
Nicholas Xaillis, Administrator BRADFORD COUNTY HEART UNIT
cf the estate of Nick Vliiropulos..

it Morning and .Evening Services deceased.P. O. PnxSS.. BrooksUlle.- ,' Florida t, vAn'Affiliate of The 100 LB.BOTT
First publication on February 4tnZi4 .
I

15O. 4t.).2S NORTHEAST FLORIDA. HEART ASSOCIATION SLADE Gas CoPHONE

Sunday, Feb. 14-11 A.M. & 7:30 P.M. ,. 1- \\t.: :

Will v ," Be Promptly" Acknowledged To .
s
% uk"
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Come hear these wonderful musicians who have one of ,.CYPRESS : -' 1Th B reaved Family.

the largest private collections of music instruments iri GARDENS VICTOR FREES, Chairman '. WO 4-3551 S. 1 SO

809 West Cypress St. (Next Door To Winn-Dixie) >J f
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEB.. 11. 1960
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Total $239,000January I Stanley B. Crosby Noegel Named -I :: t k 'tI :i -



Deeds Gets South Law Carolina DegreeIn Receiver' For c i.Mt X% 4; wq I Sell It Rent It # Trade It



tPr Defunct firm ..ry' 1VITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
(Continued from Page One] ,

:.eonard M. Noegel has been appointed ,.

M. Harris, about seven acres north temporary receiver by Circuit CAllll* OK TilMi lip T.. 30 UvrdO _____ __ ._____ aM
tf Staike. 3000. o\m so nouns! __ __ ._ 4 C.... Per W.rdNE91OH14L9
# Judge George L. Patten in i i

A...R. and Edna Earl Ken:rick foreclosure suit thought by L. A..

to Dempsey R. and Margie B. Davis_ and J. T. Quigley again t : AND HKSOM'TIO.NS! __ ___ 4 teat. rr tvor
I
-
tfapp, 100 acres north of New J. & J. Building Inc.. t ,
Supplies. ;:0 Uiillll lilt '..'!II'o! Ore Iarrllea (........ Chare _. .1a
Uiver and blocks 35 through 42, I and J. D. and Betty E. Warren, e

4$ through 54, and 54, 57 and 58 its owners. i' :: : .\AUDiriONAL. UORlt.OlER 20 _w___.. __e.___ :e fet We"

in New River 14000. The plaintiffs, represented b y I Ia ., JU% lll! curT: MHKfKAT I\SKITIO\S std: Au

Lorenzo D. and Mae D. Green A. J. Thomas Jr", filed a corn k :.-\e -\1)11I'11.\1 K,..l HUM il I>S OH .\UtI! .NOT PA/D.d .'&'A. CIL

to John F. Jr. and Adele Mitchell,
: 3 Wyyn p.aint on Jan. 26 asking for foreclosure C"IIIII'IJo.U!! !! ; IIIM'LAl! _____ ___.__ '1.:5: ru '.-) ..n. ....m..
of Green Annex No.
Iqt Acres F
of the held
mortgage bj f : *...", Pl-.lt IMII H>H \MK An HKPHATKU: ONR OH UOHH T1MR
2, 1300. them on the East Call Street business .:?1

George B. Sr and Florence C. with a principal balance oJ 1. I'lAXO FOR SALE -- Console, built PII\I.T! DIIURWA1S
'. :>y ;tory & Clark full keyboard, j I ISTtltKK A.PHA1.T PV>'I>G CO.
to Owen and Betty t
Flynn J. Jr. 4.
,
$22,000 remaining. The busines:J ae* mahogany finish like new. Call WO]I SI.1 S. CIIKHUV STRICT
A. Phillips, lots 2 and 3 of bloc to was originally sold for $42,009 4-51Jl; after a or may be seen at i i2S !, II.%Y PIIONK WOO-20U:
# N. fhnrh :St.: It E:1 1-:. PiIO\I: 1104.1583
p, Southgate replat 1000. KQ LI
with --
a $15.000 down payment I ------

Florida Poultry Ranches, Inc. and $5,000 paid later on principal. WE HAVE a new loan program tot I Fill: REST OR SALE 3 bedroom

to Howard R. and Emma R. Corl, J. & J. Building Supplies, Inc, farmers. Loans oC 1 to 6 Jean unfurnished house at 3&0 N. Cherry
Q St. Rent reasonable. Green,
Floyd
B. for the entire credit
I Stanley Crosby, formerly of require
about 74 aczes west of Brooker, filed a' petition in bankruptcy on meats of the farmer and his fam phone WO t.:,.:. tfchjr
$10,000. Brooker. and son of Rev. and: Jan. 27 and creditors have beennotified .:. ily. Gainesville Production Credit
I Mrs. C. A. Crosby of Penne i Association. 620 Uorth Main
Bobby Bonnett, Myrtle Bonnett
to meet with the Referee tk d Gainesville Fla. ltch-'
Farms received his L. B. deme SHOES
L. -
Rosie Rachel Bonnett and 'rti
pc-rsey, in Bankruptcy in Jacksonville at '
Franklin Bonnett to Charley from the University of South 1 l r RADIOS REPAIREDAll
2:30 p. m. Feb.. 17 in connectionwith :;
Carolina School of Law In Columbia Make All MeJel
Jc..hn.and. A, E. McKinney Jr.. their claims. 1eaao..le e..ce. g.ara.teeiSIIEP1IER1)'S REPAIREDBY i
4.21'acres north of Starke, 8000. S- C. on January 30. r. 1'1u RADIO TV
In a hearing before Judge Pat-
.....
I.
Gl'ee. Owner
Mr. from
Crosby graduated
L. ,G. Sr. and Florence Johnsto II ten last Thursday the court de- r 41: E. Call M. Phoae WO 4-6801 PHILLIP'
James H. and Edna Ray Craw- Bradford High School in 1947,, Starke, Fla.
ni d a motion by defendants to
I|attended the University of Florida WHILE U WAITor
lord': about 15 acres southeast of j jTheressa. dismiss the suit due to a technical -
I I and received a B. S. Degree in FOU KENT 2 foliages at Heil-
$1,000. error in the process of ser Jaycees Tackle Tough Assignment Iironn Springs. J. T. Quicley. ltchg
Lorenzo D. and Mae D. Green Business: Administration from the vice. After this denial, J & J agreed !! !! One Day Service
University of South Carolina COLONIAL FLORIST
to Kenneth C. and Jackie P, Grid m U I
to turn over its accounts
1958. Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke Court
r. lot 4 of Green Acres Annex, receivable to the mortgage hold- Starke Jaycees tackled a big '1tion! Flowers: wired any place. Flowers Shoe Repair
director
Ray Goldwire. d the present The next
He is a veteran of the Army, I jungle. for all occasions locally. Phone
tJ.800' having spent 17 months in Ko- job when they adopted as a pro-lvjkc Goldwu e, and Johnny Kope- -ork day" will be next Wednesday WO 4-6391. 506 East Nona St. tfchg 126 N. Court Street
Ksnneth L. Bagwell, Lovie Ons !- ject the clearing of playground I!Jousos.
I r"a and Japan during the Korean a The Jaycees will continue at 2 p. m. and all Jaycees (Opp. Court House)
f Aid Phillip Griffis to A. E. in Saratoga Heights subdivision. to FOR RE Furnished apart-
McIQnney one-half Conflict.He BHS Student stage work days at intervals are urged to turn out and lend a ments. Reasonable rates. Near I
Jr., about
is a member of St Paul's Swinging machetes like veterans until the six-acre area begins to hand. .. shopping renter. Phone WO '.%RI1 PEYTON FLORIST
sore. 1n Starke 2750. [are [Il-rl Bob Benner city recre- resemble playground instead I cr WO 4-0771 evening or call at 2U 118 S. THOMPSON ST.
Lutheran Wins ___
Grady H. Jr. and Anna A. Wiln Church, a member of District no S. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.) PROSE WO 4-4165

s', to Jack R. Katterhenry, lot the Church Council, sponsor forth Lester Crosbys Rotary Party Eementary School cafetonum. tfcbg WK WIRE IHSTI.NCTIVK FLOWERS FLOWERS ANYWHERE
Young Adults and
Group a
& Of block C in Mount Pleasant DCT Office -
The .three plays to be presentedare
member of the Young Married Set For
SubdIvision $1,500. TonightAt DEAN RHOOEN KVRSERY HOMO
Lose HomeIn
Couples' Sunday School Class. r : The Amateur Talent Show. HASTINGS MATTRESS. Ovod Care for your" child. Fair
Co. to
Barclay Development Blanding Rates. Licensed. Phone WO 4-3031,
Mr. Crosby is Vice-President of Just Before the Prom, and Master I '
Anthony and Santa Restivo, house Sunday FireThe & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 1126 N. Thompson St tfchg.
the Richland County Bird Dog P crre Patelin. They are under
on lot 10 of block 2 in Keystone Rotarians and their
Association, member of Phi Alpha Rotary 710 Lemon St. PaLitka FOR SALE
Club'Estates 11900. ti home of Mr. and Mrs. Anns will enjoy a Ladies Night the direction of Patti Carlson,I Ready mix concrete concrete block,
Suslow to Delta Law fraternity and a mem- Furniture Repaired, Upholstered ,
Benjamin and Anna Lester supper and entertainment at rpeech instructor. roiu-s. fence posts sand cement.Motor
Crosby on Bayless High-
FJnory G. and K. Benton, ber of the Law Federation.Mrs. & Refinished mix, rnck steel, oyster shell.
Eleanor Crosby is the former Miss way was destroyed by fire about the Enlisted Men's Club in Camp Admission' will be 25 cents for LHierock and Roof Gravel. Phone
about 10 acres southwest of Blanding MATTRESSES REBUILTNew WO4-2521, Bradford Engineering
arke Mary Ann Shumpert of Columbiaad 1 p. m. Sunday. Only a,few piecesof tonight [Thursday] at cnildren 75 cents for adults. j Co. tfchg
S $5,000. 7:30: o'clock.The Innersprings
) the Crosby's have one son, 11 furniture and appliances were
John W. and Miriam H. Strick-
regular club luncheon
and Box
months old. saved. was ,Springs
l land to Robert L. and Evelyn M. not held
Mr. to The Crosbys had returned home Wednesday and attend- Drop Us a Card or Call
Starke Crosby plans enter law RADIODEVOTIONAL Call Us ForFIRE
Strunk. 3.18 acres south of ance at tonight's event will countas
$2sbio.L. practice In Columbia. from church and wore eating PALATKA EA 5.9166

Harold I Thomas Judd, a member of the dinner when one of the children regular club attendance. STARKE WO 4-5331
Hill
L. and Clemmie ; F
and Soil Conservation Bradford High School DCT Club! went into the yard and discovered 3UCS. PEGGY SHALLER StarkeA6elht ,
Lema Boree and John
]ltd ; n
*
was elected District Representative the roof ablaze. The fire seemed i BHS Drama Club WRGR AUTO .
Betty Faircloth to D. J. and Mar-
District MeetingRoadside to serve on the executive to have started in the front HOME OWNER
Will
j n G. Hill, lot of Big Lake Santa Present tfchg
board of the state organization at attic and might possibly have Speaker for Week of LIFE

lJe, 1500. signs welcoming tour- a District IV meeting held inPaiatka started from faulty wiring. The One Act DramasThe Feb. ALL LINES OF
Feb. 15 20
Henry E. and Anstis L. Parker r-ts to the Bradford County Soil Civic Center last Satur- owners had only a small amountof EVENING CLASSES for adults. All PERSONAL AND

tb Clifford T. and Wanda Pickett. Conservation District\ at each end day. Judd is in training at Libby insurance. Drama Club of Bradford Rev. Louis D. Haines subjects.Director Box Credit 1190 if Starke wanted.or Write call BUSINESS INSURANCE -

house on lot 22 of unit 3 of Indian of US-100 were authorized in a Sales Service, and will succeed The Starke Fire Departmentmade High School will present three 7:50 A.M. WO ,-3071, or visit Adult Education -
Office, usa Bids, for addi-
meeting of the SCD Supervisors
Beach 10500. another Bradford High student. several runs during the.past ie-act plays Thursday: night tional Information. tfehgTAILOR
Thursday night at the Agriculture Bobby Newman who is training I I week of only minor importance. Feb. 18 8 a '
Clarence and Anna Covingtonto at o'clock in the Starke MADE DRAPERIES-
Building. at Denmark Furniture Co. I "tee labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaper, 209 H. C. WALL%

Clarence and Maltie Covington, Additional signs will be erectedat The local chapter presented an Midget League 4uIE: ::: : I':-:_ _1L m _' :_:: :__. _. :.]IL J':. Adkins St. phone WO 4-5934 tfchg
O'ic acre in Starke, $1,000. the north and south county occupational demonstration at the I J
LARGE STORAGE SPACE For
lines on US-301 when highway meeting, using adding and dictating BasketballThe rent Call XV O 45934. -Itch? AGENCY

construction: is complete.In machines. Ruby Johnson and E R WI L LEG A I

actions, the group: Leonard. Moody helped entertainthe Bulldogs beat the Hurri- Taxi' Service "Insurance Specialists"PHONE

\v. c. T; L 21#.- Nominated Z. W. Hamilton of groups with popular music. canes 18-12 in the Midget Basket- 'T R Income WO 4-4801

Brooker as the local candidate District IV is composed of the ball League, with Donald Falcon MOTORS 'lOX., THKU FRI. 7 P3L

for area vice president in the leading the with 13
"THE CHAINS OF HABIT following counties: Alachua scoring points Saturday After 1 P.M.C. .

coming SCD election to be heldin Bradford, Clay, Flagler, Levy, and Wayne Blankenship follow- E. HUTCIIESON

AKE TOO WEAK TO BE FELT Green Cove Springs. Marion Putnam and St. Johns. ing with 5. Emeett Akridge hit 521 Pratt Street Complete Tee Service

Ordered material to be used by with 8 for the hurricanes.The .
UNTIL TOO STRONG TO BE churches in observance of Soil 13tebc 4114FOR ; Pruning Bracing' DeMoavtog t
Globetrotters beat the Ga-
USED Ca"ltyVork Tree Removal *
Stewardship Week, May 22-29. tors: after the game was officially : TransplantingSapp's
JBROKEN. RENT 3 bedroom furnished -
Agreed to assist the Bradfordand over, when Jimmy Douglas PCIAL[ S hour on Kingsley Lake. All year Tree SurgeonsPETE
(DR. JOHNSON IN "NATIONAL Starke Chapters FFA in the sank a foul shot for the winning ron ml. Apply Sam Rosenberg,

VOICE], 3'inual: FFA Steer Show and Sale point and an 8-7 victory for his CAR starkt tfchg SAPP, Owner

slated for March 2 or 9 in Gain- team. Calvin Varnes led the Trot- [I ARE YOU GOING TO STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965

,esville. ISSGlLMStDTliSoil ters, scoring with 4 points, while I .
Douglas had 3. Steve Hewett led NEED i

the losers with 6 points. .
Conservation
Schedule for this Saturday: assistance in the prepara-

I N. EWSay BoUdogs vs. Gators; Gh'betrotters THIS WEEK-END ONLY tion of your 1959 Income
;
vs Hurricanes.
Bill Haas Tax Return?

Soil Conservation Service
Lions To Sell SEE
(
Paul Hutchins and Curtis Mar- 1956 FORD TUDOR 145.00 NEIL TUCKER i

_low, vocational agriculture in- Light Bulbs Public Bookkeeper
CLEAN HEATER
SERVICE ;tiuctors at BHS discussed plans

!or the forthcoming FFA Fat House To House* 120 S. Court StarkePh. .....

i y i AT ITS BESTft Stock Show and Sale when the Starke Lions Club members WO 4-9854, Wa 4.2515JACKSON I .
Board of Supervisors for the
I have rescheduled their light bulb
Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- ; !JV.IAlfARDTOP! 195.00 For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our
sale for tonight Thursday] in an
trict met last week in the Agriculture BIII.UING SUPPLYHear Agent
Fast Dependable Economical Building. They reportedthat effort to raise funds for their Of Dig Dad Factory 221 N. Temple Phone WO 4-8965
I I '
conservation Jarkton
sight; program. "Billy"
each chapter has one steer If We haitn't got It HERE. Tbeyhalet
Teams will cover various sections -
SIVOEK SEWING MACHINEnjirracntatlve -
I which they are feeding out for of the city in a door-to-door and got used It TIIERE.inv building UppUes will be In Bradford
the competition. The animals are 1958 11 ('0. Monday and Friday For ser-
a X WO of nary driMriptloii.Come
eI !Jlt the American Legion Fair canvass. The price is $2 per pack- FORDcusTOm! In and look around and ifDu .ire on any make machine write or
age of eight assorted bulbs. pro- don't are whit you bait a.k call linger Sewing Machine Co. 402
Grounds and interestedin V-8 o X Marion Lake
anyone SL or Phone 880.
I It for or
Hub r.hamrn to
get fen
fits from the sale will towardsthe
1 fine steers may stop by there go HEATER ...all014001.. tfchKAXXFOUS fliv, Fla thg 225FOR
purchase of glasses for needy
GOLD I WIRE SERVICED and see them.A .
Jefferson KENT Nice J tory farm
1600
i children in the Starke area. to sell
hive, 4 miles
I land judging contest was dis- County Kennel) Club Shares. f 5.00 modern convenience'
The sale was originally sche- South of Stark Doyle Conner tfehg
cussed with the FFA Advisers and pr t-hare. Will sfrll 1.000 and 600
ti'iied for last Thursday but got l.ts only. Contact Alfred Foster,
lit was. planned to have a team to 1956 BUICK HARDTOP 995.00 I'll. WY 7-3313, )lon1lct'l1o'I". LARGE WAREHOUSE For Rent.
rained outEervation 4tp %'18 See L. J, Green, 713 North Walnut
j represent the county in the State AUTOMATIC RADIO HEATER M. Ztchgr 2I1S

'Land Judging Contest to be held HAV FOR SALE
FOR KENT Available Feb. 15,
in Gainesville.The program is set up in a NEW TIRE&I Very attractive price. ,I-cautlfully newly- decorated one-
Call FR 2-4506, Gainesville
board voted to erect Soil county. The board also discussedthe I 4t.hg111 bedroom furnished apartment. All

SHOP Conservation: District welcoming forthcoming Soil Conserva- FuR nEXT 4-room furnished col t\ery tile bath reprct.and See kitchen Mrs Renner modern tin In

signs on State Road 100. tion District speaking contest I 1955 FORD V-8 STA. ,595.00 tage. Electric kitchen. Good heat McJIahon St. or call WO 45744.

Chairman S. J. McGarvey discussed which is designed to develop rural er. 4dultlBenent Road Box Itch*
Old. Ph. WO9-I54S __ tfchg
WAGON RADIOHEATERNEW
the second part of the and agricultural leadershipand FOIL REXT Very attractive

SHOP !booklet "Working Together" I stimulate interest in conserving TIRES 3 HOGS PENNED UP at my place. Ua<.-li<< Owner may contact me at home aft- +ingle man or lady. Across from
which describes how a son conThese natural resources._ er 4 p. m. daily. David Woodard, High School See Mr*. Renner tin
: I lt I. Pot 172. Starke 4tp 2'26FOB :' MrMahon St. or call WO 4-5744.<<

Don't Buy Your New Car Women Stic k Together TAKE YOUR CHOICE SALE Five room BlockKotibft. ltchg
A.. Will sell reasonable. 40$ FOR RENT One 5-room houue.
Center St. alp 2U8 Also one 2-roopt furnished houue

on the First Stop Policewoman Stay s* On Starke Forcemight 1951 MERCURY TUDOR $ $$ NEED MONEY (A.I't. utiIJtiea.Phone I.E3-27S1 Gas.. heat, Star refrigeration.& Strl-
iLg p'g. Klnggley T ake. ItpIAJ.ST
1952 DODGE TUDOR Become an AVON REPRESENT-
Under the heading of wishful not stand another one she ATIVE. Pleasant work and boon OR STRAYED German

thinking Mayor W. T. Jackson it was made up to provide'a I 1952 CHEV. FORDOR ;Shepherd female. M. R. tattooed in
schedule
to suit household
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your one ear. Write Marvin Rosier, Law-
told Council last week that ...
City woman's lower salary. t. 1"1"P..ward..
0. Box
GO Write Ouida C. Sweat P. lip
ANYWHERE FOR. A PRICEH he and Police Chief Riley Sweat
Mayor Jackson said: "We only :540 Live Oak Fla.MODERN". FOR Q.l fl? IM9 Ford. good motor
could another the
use good man on
tell you what we'd like to have. $75. 7 mile S. of Starke on Rd.
force would be if the U V" ... .
and pleased HOMED inn PMvr HI If' UpWANTED
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BUT ckirted member of the patrol who I: It's up to you. We Are Offering These Cars >wn payment 1700.00; monthly
Mrs. Johns: "Let's keep our payments. much less than rent. Maid for part-time
resigned Jan. 29, would be replaced .\ J. Thomas. Realtor motel work. Phone WO 4-1571.
I' by one in pants. woman patrolman at least for the To The Public At'Near TeL WO 45701. Itrhar
remainder of the
FOR A BETTER Councilman Ruby Johns whose. school term, F3R RENT FurnUhed 2 bedroom -
DEAL SEE influence was a considerable factor since, that's the way it was set up Wholesale MAN OR WOMAN to take over house with ('Irculatlne011
in the budget.** Prices Rea'ership' In Starke. Products Es heat at Klnl'fley Lake. Winter
in giving Starke its first policewoman -, tablished. Weekly Profits of S O.OO rate II. C. Hence. 2J2J St. Johns,
to patrol the school. Chief Sweat announced the following or more at start possible. Xo carr ,J"fk ftnvlHe. Fla. Itch IT.

zone on U. S. Highway 301, de day that. he had employedMrs. NO DEALERS PLEASE help. ether you investment get started.necessary.Write C.Will RKuMe -(.}. .H.E -- 1>5i Chevrolet 2

Billy murred. I Elmer (Margaret) Thomas I Dept. F.:.. Watkins Products ,',;or, with better, JUS, <)1 Fraucl.L .
DowlingAcross to Mrs. Incorporated, Memphis, 2.1
Other towns are using women I succeed C. R Tillman re- T r y" Up

successfully to patrol school! signed, on the force. Mrs. Till Tt-pnesgee. Up I 'OR 8ALK Parmail Super A
I Your Authorized
DealerIn
zones and besides, where could 1 man ,is reportedly: leaving Starke. Ford CASH for 1 or 2 acres rich high Tractor with equipment In excellent .
c ti cH
land. On C. C. Hutchen-
secondary State toad or
Mrs. Thomas has
been
you get a man man to work for : emplo'edl -.onty, graded road. Write P. Ou -.n wo 4.sHiap frD 2/JI

The Street From Setzer's $30 a week, she asked. with llama Priest's Kindergarten.She _.. 81, Starke. Itp .

Someone pointed out that the started work Monday. : 4 Bradford County WANT TO MAKE WANTED! F
t SO or more in
,, FOR RENT Furnished bed-
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force already has seven men. plus Starke will still have its police-j one t day f,7 part room -upstairs Cpr.
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STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1960
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I;had itOn an Friday opportunity to extinguish audition of two black-top basketball March Of MissionsAt I v.n.vrvv..mtt+vvvnvnt I the Red Devils to 15. -!High scoring Larry,Cooper ,had a
evening, graduation courts.
I Top scorer once again for Mel.rase .. !ljd night with only 8 points for
exercises were held, following Stork Shower For Mrs Morgan Park-Of-Palms .
MELROSEBy was Larry ,:llclrose.
Cooper with 22.,
Uy alary K. Schaeffer which all' participants enjoyed a On Wednesday evening Feb. 3. .
February 14-19 followed: by Calvin O'Steen whoadded :
least or shrimp and oysters asaell the home of Dr. and Mrs. Don 1 Cedar Key made it a double
r 18. John Parrish led Anthony victoiy by also winning the girls'
Have You Reiistered ship", when Mr. Allen Irvine of as liquid refieshments. Christoffers was the scene of a Joyce RothhammerUAAAAAAJ.AA4AAAAA4AAA.J4A ;
The second annual 14.
Winter with
Con-
f ,atne. Barbara Jean Wadley was
For all persons who are not registered -t j..he State Fire College at Ocala Record Hop Nets Nice Profit stork shower when Mrs. Christ-, .
fience of Oriental In the' girls
Missionary Melrose
The they game. camfrom e 'op scorer of the night with 20
boys and girls of Teen son. and Mrs. Chuck Newman
voters, the registration I conducted a Fire College in Key'stone '
Society will be held Feb. 14-19 9
at points behind to defeat
Town Everyone in Melrose points for Cedar Key. Virginia
'I.K..y did seems to
themselves proud the were joint hostesses
books are now at the S. E. Mc- I.. Heights. As a result of th'attensive : honoringMrs. Park-of-the-Palms ConferenceKeystone ,, the
other ; be sick with something, Anthony lassies. 40-37. Leading 1: Ford had 17 points for the losers.
Real Estate Office on Lawrence course in first-aid methods day when they sent a check Don Morgan, who is scheduled -, especially
Heights. Founded in .the Melrose
fo. :colds. gills was Virginia | Friday night the Bulldogs will
$58,70 to Mr. Wayne Geiger,, for motherhood in the |
Blvd. If you are a newcomer of extinguishing variou i near 1901, the"society has extensive j Ford who had 20
an
points for the 1
Ci, I Mrs. George Stone admitted leon their home court as they
to Keystone in order to types of fires, eight firemen became y County March of Dimes future. The house was beautifully was -
missionary in Korea winners. Jean Butler
program led the los-
Chairman to the University Medical Center : take on Ft. McCoy.
in Green Cove Springs. decorated for the in colorsof I -
vote In the Elections first-class-firemen party .
County you bringing Cnina. India South America, and ers with 17.Melrose i
last week.
must have lived within the county the total to 25 first-class firemen : The check was for the proceeds yellow and green. Yellow and ; .
more recently has pioneered in
suffered
from Also admitted to the their 4th defeat TRINITY EPISCOPAL
for 6 months as of the day'' asof: last week. The depart the Record Hop which they green parasols were suspended Greece Haiti. hospital
Nigeria and of the
held last week the Bradford season Friday night on I CHURCH: MELROSE
on Saturday night. Jan. 30, above the heavy laden table. County
gift
prior to Election day, and in the merit\ has five second-class firemen Speakers during'the week will the Cedar court.
f ) the Hospital Mrs. Kate Ferrell Key j Rev. If H, Breyfogle. Vicar
r March of Dimes. Ted Mrs. Frank E. Stitch was
Mate for one year as of the same :: as well. Although the FireDepartment berry and I '
i include Dr. Rolland Rice fur- I The Sharks '
on who fell took a 14-6 firt Sunday-10 a. m. Sunday
and broke
Jones. "Big Ape" Disc Jockey; was Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Sr., her arm. Let's i : ,
day, In order to vote In State is limited to 30 men,, were .
lough from Formosa, Dr. Edwin :Quarter: lead but the
t,n hands to M.. C. the affairs: and seated at the refreshment table remember .them with visits and Bulldogs 'School; 11:15 a. m.. Morning
elt of the I
The I
dons personnel I one prospective member also took
.V. Kilbourne, O. M. S. ,Korea fought their '
to the
to get-well cards. way top and Prayer and Sermon (Holy ComI -
attract
the young people from pom ing tea and coffee. Mrs. Morgan
McKay: Real Estate Office prefer 1 ire course and he will become a '
field superintendent, and Rev. l ltd 22-20 at the half. .
miles around. i Ella Jane Wesley of Gainesville However, I minion each first Sunday]; 7:30
According to the received -
\hat persons wishing to register !member as soon as there is anopening. beautiful gifts from
Ernie Kilbourne toi nJ.
missionary r victory got.farther
and farther People
i Young meet.
price per head and the money the following friends: Mrs. Don Gent last week with her brother- away !p.
do so in the mornings. Final tests were taken i/I Special music will be featured '
taken in, 146 persons paid 40c to CJinwell, Mrs. Frank Walrath, Japan. n-law: and sister Mr. and Mrs. as Cedar Key outscored them Holy Days-10 a. m., Holy Com-
Firemen Make First Class j on: Thursday evening Feb. 4, at. Iattend.I and somebody got in for I III, Mrs. Thomas Prevost, Mrs. under the direction of Ruth Glynn Rothhamm r, and family. 12-5 in the third quarter and i>I munion.

This past week, the Keystone I'which\ time the little log-cabin in, I:; (lc. which means the attendance|(Mike Adams, Mrs. N. W. Harden- Bergert, an. outstanding soloist Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler are 15-9 in the fourth to ,,'in. 4736.J. .I, -
I and ,,flutist. staying at the Methodist W.,Rains was top scorer for TilE RIGHT rOlX for the
good. Dee now
Heights Volunteer Fire Depart- the city park was set afire repeatedly was Hardenbergh.,'bejgh, Miss Barbara Southwell
I general chairman and, her '' Meetings will be held at 10:30a. : Youth Camp in Leesburg.Mr. j the game as he contributed 15 tray you \\rite. Come In and se.
Miss
committee Lou
I Mary Gardner
Mrs.
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ment had a course in "Fireman- ] so that every student t I
consisting! oCMargaret Bert Chnstoffers. Jr. Mrs. Wilbur m. and 8 p.' m Rev. Rice will and Mrs. Jack Janes i of tallies for the Sharks. Calvin 0'- lest jour favorite ESTEKBROOK
conduct a Bible Study each mornIng I t Steen Jed the Bulldogs with 14.'Fountain Yen TELEGKAViL.
Muir Carolyn Jean Gainesville spent last weekend
I. Moody, Miry McDaniel, Mrs. Bill Belote, Mrs.S. .
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Marta-Jeanrs Conditorei Bake. Shop Ann Schaeffer Nancy Sutton, E. McKay, Mrs. Frank Wal- and special evening features with: Jack's mother, Mrs. Florence TI
will include missionaries in costume ;
Vc'azy Walker and Jimmy Fox rath. Jr. Mrs. W. L. Reynolds. Janes. :; ,
9 A.M. (6; P.M. \ Thru
Open to Monday Saturday and films in natural color. I
arc to be congratulated..Sponsors I Mrs. Margaret Tracy, Mrs. D. O. Kev. Robert Carr recently spenta
of the week will beth
PIES AND CAKES OUR SPECIALTY for the dance were Mrs. Lew Stewart, Miss Gladys Tillis. Mrs. Highlight few days visiting relatives in
area-wide meeting on Sunday
ALSO CATERING FOR PARTIESCall Muir, Mrs. Harold Sutton, Mrs. Lindsay Walker, Mrs. Aughtrey Cuba.
afternoon, Feb. 14, at 3 p. m.
Herbert Nelson. Mrs. N:W.. Hard- Vance, Mrs. Al Nelson. Mrs. L 'w- Duplicate Bridge
4148 or 4154 Keystone Heights Many churches and communitieswill
enbergh. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill rence LaMee. Miss Gertrude Winners at the Melrose Duplicate
at his inspirational
Baker Houser, Mrs. Tom Garner.: Mrs. be represented Bridge Club last week were,
service.All .
Silver Tea Rt'bert Menzen Mrs. Gay Livingston high Miss Bessie Rutherford and
: IN REAL ESTATE3Bed The ladies of the' Community Mrs. Michael Redfearn, Mrs. meetings are open to the Mrs. Mary Pearsall: 2nd, Mrs. .

Church are busy with plans fora Richard Murrhee, Mrs. Jennings public. John Strawn and Mrs. Albert

Silver Tea to be held in the Educational Murrhee, Mrs. Frank Stitch berry: Spires; 3rd. Mrst Dorothy Scully I

Room, Living Room, Kitchen and Garage, Large Building on Thursday, :'{l's. Bert Chistoffers, Sr., Mrs. W. COMMUNITY: CHURCH und: Mrs. Paley Boyd.. !

Lot, Paved Road. Five Blocks to "Downtown. $11,500, March 10, at 2:00: p. m. Because L. Bunce, Mrs. L. E. Harris, and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PTA *

with $4,500 Down. this is a "seated tea"\ those wish- the three hostesses. Our-of-town Dr. Albert C. Holt, MinisterMrs. Mrs. Ruth Sawyer; Supervisor

ing to attend should make reser guests were Mrs. Mark Bartlesonand J. L. Hetherington of Pupil Personnel Service in .
Lake Lots Some Bargains for Cash. You can .now vations" as soon as possible with Mrs. L. Richardson, from Organist and Choir Director Alachua! County, was guest speak-

get Next Year's "Host Opportunities"Brand Mrs. J. W. Warren, by calling Jacksonville. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Horning ei Monday at the Melrose Parent- .

New Homes on Paved Streets. Low Down Pay _851. :Mrs. Egan Entertain For Guest Worship 11:00 a.m. I Teacher Association meeting. She

ments. Lake Access. Nedr Golf Course. $9,000 to Committee Chairmen for theta Mrs. Frank Egan entertained I ga\e a brief talk about guidance .

$15,500. F.H.A. Financing.S. will be Mrs. David A. Nelson, twice recently to honor her houseguest ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL I counselling for the high school

General Chairman; Miss Cleva Mrs. Eva Kane from Syra- CHURCH KEYSTONERev. student and then showed a film

E. MCK Y REALTOR Carson Program Chairman; Mrs. C'I i&e, ;N- Y. On January 7, Mrs. ,"Planning Your Career."
Richard; N. Sunderl nd, Tables: Egan had a Dessert-Canasta in M. H. Breyfogle Vicar Displayed in the high school

Keystone Mrs. J. W. Warren, Reservations; the afternoon to introduce Mrs. Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Com- auditorium were the two flags and :
heights 3071 2051 4151
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Irs. Kenneth Cooper and Mrs. Kane to a group of Keystone munion; '9:30: a. m., Sunday :sands purchased by the PTA. :4j

Melrose' Phone Granite 5-2968 W. L. Reynolds, Decorations; Mrs. Heights people.On School; 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayer -I lOne is the U. S. flag and the cthi -

M. H. Schroeder, Food; Mrs. Raymond February 3, also in the and Sermon (Holy Communioneach i j' flag of Florida. They stand

Starnes, Waitresses; Mrs. afternoon, Mrs. Egan had another first Sunday; 6:30: p. m., 0'1 either side of the stage. : "

Carl Johnson: Contacts; Mrs. W. Dessert-Canasta, with another Young People meet. Principal Clarence Holden suggested I 1tl :. :': :--u..58.: : &V.:

L. Reynolds, Guest ;Book; Mrs. group'of guests. Holy Days-7:30: a. m., Holy that the PTA help pay fora < .,.:..:..:....:.......:..:.:.-.:...:.....:;.'." :. .....
Myron Prevatt, Publicity.School Birthday Party For Communion. printing calculator for the I ; : +'>
News: : lances Reaves school which had been offered. I :'

last Friday, the Keystone Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reaves Sr., FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH him for a greatly reduced pnce.Huweier ""tlijXb/:
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Heights Boys' and"Gtrb'- Basket- honored .their granddaughter!', KEYSTONE HEIGHTS iUwas pointed-out that

ball teams played Lawtey in the Frances Kathryn Reaves, with -a the;,demand$ of the budget must "
/ ; Starke Gym and came out] the birthday supper on Saturday J, R. ,Smtth. pastor Ralph first be met so the ituggea0iray- .

.r losers, due to a few'teverses'suf- night, Jan. 30. The following' day, Copeland, Minister of Music and tabled until the next meeting.

ered by the Keystone' Teams. January 31 was Frances's seven- church'organist.. The 1st and' .9th grades won t I.j. .

t 1r Some of the girls were sick!, one teenth birthday. Fifteen boys and I Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : rcom count .

of them put her foot out of. joint t ?!irls were on hand to' help .Frances m. Morning Worship, 11 a..m.I Members of the. FHA served as
!immediately; 'the 1 Training Union, 7 p, m. Evening baby-sitters. d
before game, and eat spaghetti, and there wasa
some-of the boys were off thet birthday cake later in the even- services 8 p. m. I :Melrose Whips Anthony r' t

::!um temporarily because of poor ing. "Make church worship a family Bows To Cedar Key
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NO HEADACHES report cards. Maybe next, time.:. At 8 o'clock Frances and her affair. The Melrose Bulldogs notched

The student body keeps growing guests went to the March of their 13th victory against three
FOR MR. AND MRS. JONES steadily, with several 'athletes added ,Dimes Record-Hop at the Edu St. William's Cathode Chapel losses last Tuesday night as they 7 -

to the teams during the past cational Building 'firing the Keystone Heights defeated: : the Anthony Red Devils

week. evening, Ted Jones, W. A. P. E. Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. 59.37 on the Anthony court.

This week, through ',the efforts Disc Jockey 'and M. C. at the Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. 'It was Melrose all the way. They

And you can do just wh .t they did! When your bills of a number of people, the school :daiice honored Frances Kathryn Tuesday: Mass *t 8:00: a. m. jumped to a 15.10 lead in the .r 1i

p'ayground was enhanced by the with special song, "Tender Love Confessions before all Masses. first quarter and were ahead 30- I l

pile up and you're short of cash see us about. a.. loan. l I and Care." Baptisms, marriages/! and InstruCtiOns 22. In the last half, the Bulldogs .

Everyone agreed that this was J by appointment scored 29 points while keeping
You can borrow as much as your income warrants and HAIR OFFFOnEVER
a most enjoyable party.

pay it back on convenient terms. When you're in need, Dinner Party For W. C. Byron 'ILI
Mrs. Welker C. Byron was hostess -
come in and talk it over. Unsightly at a dinner party on Sunday ,:

Excess Facial) afternoon at her home on Garden Cheers For
I Three
p-
Hair Removed Street, honoring her husband on I

h.is birthday. Dinner guests included ,. ,

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK PermanentlyEdmund Col. and Mrs. D. A. Nel- JIM WALTERThe

son, Col. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens,

Mr. Axel Malmgren, Mrs: Alma

a Frost, Mrs. Ruth Ohlson, and Mrs. Building Giant! i rt
Member, F.D.I.C. .. Dwyer' Edith Thornquist. '

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A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
Electrologist Brownie Troop 229 completed..f j !
the paper bag puppets and background -j f errf rr
Keystone Heights, Fla. i 107 W. University Ave. KM1?
scenery for their puppet -
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Gainesville shows at their last meeting. After Y:' i

I I / a practice session involving props j \

I and puppets each group presented /, The Gift t the keeps en Giving

fpURE DEUSHT IN RED AND WRITE I their show for the troop. _

The girls started working on .
plans for a Father-Daughter Banquet With. that Hotpoint difference .

to be held next'month.. t No plumbing alterations-the new

CHURCH NEWS: r "- Convertibfe Hotpoint Dual-Cycle Dishwasher -

First Baptist Church on wheels-Rolls to the table

This is the month of a great T for loading, to the sink for dishwashing

a visitation program on the part of t rri > -maple top-NEW, Special 16-

the Church and Sunday School. I. minute cycle for utensils. Mother will

TREAT UR FAMILVTOTrllS Every member is taking part. love it!

NEW Each Tuesday evening at 7:30
1 DELICIOUS
there is a music sight-reading *' .'
FLAVOR TODAY class held In Educational Building i iif : ,
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far those attending the church .J -

t, Creamy Super Sat VtniHa. t: and the various choirs. for only .: : .. "
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Cream laden with flavorful Rod The participants of the choirs /

Cherries So lovely to look iMf who took part in the State Musi- \ft. I

Z t super good to eat! It's good IDOL cal Festival on Saturday. at Ocala Don't Miss The Big Show. $3,00 W7 -
i too-w have plenty of Super Spas came through with flying colors, WEEK -:
aH '" 'r m",1'\' :'!'< '-' P'I'\I'\'t"\-\ ,!'
t' t Ice Cream in your home at and an "A" rating. Everyone is \ ...
fifid tryCbenYYaaiHa '''''IitGt; JCA ;P.I' : ..' Ri /7 '
often. Buy
I 47"y times. Serve proud of them. II \i
w t todayl The Nell Pearce Circle met on '
I Every SjiL 5:50 PJI. WlXT-t Jacksonville Ch. 4 it .
Wednesday morning. Feb. 3, at You {/ \ ,
riwt r the home of Mrs. A. G. Loudon. Ftttoriei t tile Fmoa Radio and TV Start can

Mrs. Fred Ellis, circle chairman, < m k 1"I': ,,' 'r" !"\' -'',,",.,-, '! unchain ''A-J U/

w AL presided. The devotional taken :M... i. J: ::lL .'tI", ::!.A.L..I.I<: -.i .

'rom St. Matthew, was brought by her from-4
and their Clinch Mountain BoysProgram PIR
Mrs. Cora Marshbura. Mrs. Lea
C mon Ward presented the the kitchen sinkIIWe

entitled. "Render Unto God. Assisting

her were Mrs. J. R. Smith,,
Mrs: A. A. Bamford, Mrs. E. L Service Everything We Sell"REDFEARN'S

I Many wonderful flavors Brice. and Mrs.. Maude starling JIMWALTEJACKSONVILLE
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ot your rfcaUr'sfefirt .
Mrs. Russell. Delicious refreshments

\ ,'cents,cvpi pints, were served by the hostess
17.lb
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: thrifty fnnil y J-i.calIonl! piesent. FLORIDA i' t

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TTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTY1 Tuesday Feb. 16, at 7:30 p. m. in rular I schedule, the reason being jt and Mrs. Chuck Newman and .I,...A.A A ...A&&AA&ftam unily, Miss Minnie Hargroves and 'rates shall be redeemed according i i'I StarXe, Florida.
Name is dr. '. .L visited the Griff is', to law the property described in' Attorney for Administratrix
the Educational Building.The 1 that the Holy Society and Mrs. George Schaeffer. fP Manning sucherUCicate or certificate win' M8, 4t 2 'IS
KEYSTONE World Day of Prayer will fielding I its semi-annual breakfastIn Mrs. Eva Kane who has been MAXV1LLE lace at Kingsley Lake on Sun- be sold to the highest bidder at the
be observed on Friday. March 4, j the Recreation Hall at St. Wil- a house guest at the home of d ay afternoon. court house door on the first Mon I. Tfcr Cirr.U Court Of FIrU fEighth
day in month of March .,63. which. Judicial Circuit !. .h
HIGHLIGHTS at 7:30: p. m..in the Community ]h lam's after Mass on Sunday. The Yank: and Helen Egan several Bj Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mrs. Florence Parrish spent last is the 7 day of Mann 190. For Bradford Covatr IB rhaae n'
Church.St. 1 Hc-ly Name Society is composed of ,\eeks left last Friday for Dallas, \'Wednesday through Saturday. inlUgusta Dated this 1 day of' February; nobert 'X Sellers, Plaintiffvs-{
UAt1.1 LLAAAAAAAALAAAAALAAAAAAA 1960 Ida Lee Sellers Defendant
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&&Vt l1VU1aWa Anne's Episcopal Church: J men from both the Keystone Texas to visit some of her cou- } Ga. with friends and re- U XOTICE
(Continued from Page T) The Annual Blue and Gold Banquet J heights. parish and from St. EdI ins. From Dallas, she expects to Tom Kloaterman left last Mont itives.- EAL1Charles A. Darby. To Ida Lee! Sellers, residence and -
for the Cub Packs will be a-ard's parish in Starke. The ,'j 10 to ''ok1 homa' and ,then to d ay, Feb. 8, for California where .. Clerk County.of Circuit Florida.Court of Bradford address unknown.Tou hereby. notified that

the Faye Taylor Circle also met held on Friday Feb. 19, at 6:30: p. I breakfast is not limited to members J Maryland before returning to net J1 e will be stationed with the U. S.avy. OTICE OF TAX APPMCVTIOV DEED FOR 5'4: 4t 2/13; I complaint are for divorce! has been a

last week but we have no reporton m. in the Educational Building, of Holy Name Society because J home in Syracuse, N. Y. Mrs. l'' i l'if'l'' 11M.IG. t'. S.XOTIl'E la filed against ;you, and ;you are' ('p.
The fount of -I
Judge Court Of luired to serve! a copy y'urn.
them. at the Community Church. The I any man attending mass J[Kane was delighted with everyone We are sorry to learn that Mr IS HEREBY GIVEN.hat Itrn.lford Coaatr Florida, IB 'aper of Pleading to the Cmnplat: |
t HollU 1'Knight, the .holder
Community Church Notes; Banquet is for all the Cubs and ;hat day is invited to the break- :and everybody in Keystone V Villie Harris is ill and confined to o,f the following certificates has I Probaten Thomas. plaintiff' r Ny.Tem Jj
I : RE: Estate of John W. Wil- Jr., 203-205:!
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'Community Church Women's heir families after which, there fast to hear the interesting speaker 'Heights, and hopes to return in the: hospital. We wish him a r Ilfd said certificates for a tax I lard Dect-a /etl. 'Avenue. Starke, Florida and file t ,\|
Circles will meet on Monday Feb. decd to be Issued: thereon. The certi- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Answer or Pleading in il..
will be a presentation of awards. Dan Naughton at Jacksonville the: fall. 1 s peedy recovery.Mr. orate numbers and years of is:u- original
All persons having, claims or demands office! of the Clerk of the Cir i iri
15, as follows: Every Monday evening at 8 'o' attorney. He has chosen a timely Miss Ann Marie Geiger of Green i I and Mrs. Dan Hargroves notk the description of the proyerty : against the estate of John Court on*or before the Ji day v,
Circle No. 1, with Mrs. J. 0. clock, the Bible Class will meet in subject to interest! all the men in '.Cove Springs was the, weekend ,and little Terry Cannon visited in assessed, and the names;(0110'118'Certifi'ate in which it \\". Willard, deceased, are hereby February 1960 If you fail to do cl
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meet at the was are as notified and required to file their a Deere Pro Confess will b*. taken
will
Himble as leader, the Parish House. Those wishingto attendance. guest of Miss Darlene Campbell 'Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.We No. 30; Year of Is&u- claims in the office of the County against you for the relief demanded
home of Mrs. C. L. Sipe at 1:30p. : know more of the Bible should Woman's Club Dinner while Miss Patty Darby of Jacksonville i are very sorry to learn that aI nee 1957.Liewription. Judge of Bradford County. Florida in the complaint

m. feel free to attend, as all are wel- Mighty Fine was the weekend guest of ('. and Mrs. Ernest Padgett's cor of NWj of Property of SE 4 &Ctjm.run atiV E in Starke the, Florida County within Court eight(louse calendar ? at- I I Florida Done this and 1)ordered day of January at Starkc Aj

Circle No. 2, with Mrs. Olive From all we, have heard, every-I Miss Carol Campbell, Darlene's 1rster. daughter is confined in a :21: Ft.. X 152 ft. for a FOB runI months from the date of the I n. I960.S .
Stevens as leader, will meet .at come.Wednesday, Feb. 17, is the evening one in Keystone Heights is itarke; hospital with phenomonia. I ong li 9 Rd ft. 146 to E ft.side. E of S2 Rd Ft.13.to Sly FOB a- first! publication of this notice, or /: Charles A.Court Darby
the
will Clerk Circuit
become void according
the home of Mrs. J- W Creightonat for the regular monthly Family opinion that the Woman's Club I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daurer spent' Ve wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. Se,:. S2 T 6 S. L':2 E. same to law This January. 23, 1960.- I Bradford County Florida
1:30: p. m. Night Covered Dish supper It Ham Dinner held last Thursday I last weekend at Lake Okeechobee'' and :Mrs. Joe Moody were I nigh Same in which, assessed D. E. First Publication lv ;IS'! Marion L Crosby

Circle No. 3, Mrs. E. W. Dwyer, will be held in the Parish House.St. evening Feb. 4. was a huge suc- with Mr.' and Mrs. Ted Achor.: ;Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and All of said property being in the January PATRICIA 28, 1660. MAUY HYY.\ .." ,:,%/lieputy George Clerk II Pierce
leader will meet with Mrs. Jos- ladies of the dinner i and "'>unty of Bradford, State:; of FIl> Administratrix of For PUTntiff
William's Church News: cess.. The The Achors,'who are from Marion llrs. Doss Higginbotham i r-1 of the Estate Attorney;
da. John \V Willard, deceased I Starke, Florida
eph Werner at 1:30 p. m. Sunday is Boy Scout Sunday committee are grateful to everyone Inc., will stop off in Keystonethis \amily. Tnless such certificate or certifi- HoU-s V Knight, 1.. 21 4t 2;111
Circle No. 4 with Mrs.Beatrice and to honor the Scouts of the : in this community who supports week on their way home with Mr.' and Mrs. Homer Smith of -

Schroeder leader, will meet withMrs. parish, a Candlelight service will their efforts. We are looking hopes that the fishing will be .Tampa were guests of Mr. and

Joseph Stein at 2 p. m. be held at 7:30: Sunday evening, i forward to the next one. better here than it was in Okee-i ilrs. Sidney Harris and family on

Circle No. 5, with Mrs. Alma with Benediction of the Blessed [PersonalsMrs. chobee. last weekend. 1.inday night. CDRROTOR
:frost as leader wilt meet with Sacrament. After the service Nettie KuHn arrived on Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan of: .

Mrs. Albert C. Holt at 1:30 p. m-- there.will be a reception for the Monday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. f.rnvtn.. 9 .V.nymn, Seville visited Mrs. Hattie Nolan

The Nightengale Circle with Scouts in the hall. Everyone whois Welker Byron. Mrs. Kuhn, who and family on Sunday.
Mrs. D. L. Thompson as leader, interested is invited. has been wintering in Winter Ha- BROOKER Glad to hear that Mr. and Mrs. TV marvel scans the skies

will meet at the Educational This Sunday February 14, vn stopped in Keystone enrouteto Earl Mosley are' feeling better: I

Building at 7:30: p.. m. will follows her home in Baltimore. Barbara DavuMr. after a recent illness. I
Masses scheduled as 07: sue
The Rebeccas with Mrs. Wil- : 10 a. m. in, Keystone ,: .(r. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski .& j. Miss: Bonnie Padgett visitedMr. M t like radar to pull in better
Few leader will meet with
Ham ,
as left: ; on Saturday for Wilmington and Mrs. Earnest Padgett and
Mis. Frank Harris at 3 p. m. Heights, and 8:30 a. m. in Starke. Del. for two weeks to combine and Mrs. Al Rain of High family in Middleburg last Satur- Y. .

The Board of Stewards- will meet'- This, is just the reverse of the re- business with pleasure. Their two Springs were the Monday night pictures on set !
your
., .- .- sons, Tommy and Jerry, accompanied guests of Mrs. Mamie Hodges. day.Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bob .

them on the trip. Mrs. ,I We were happy{ to see Rev. Roberson and daughter, Marcia,, .

.Y Mary Smulski., Mrs. Pawlikowski's Thomas back at Dedan church will be' interested to learn that ROTATES

mother, remained in Keystone after his long stay in.the hospital.The they have now moved to West ,. AUTOMATICALLY .w AIMS YOUR ANTENNA

with the pawlikow i's daughter Rev visited Mrs. Mamie Palm Beach .where :Mr. Robersonis r to track down ths_ best I;? t: straight at the sending

Nancy Marie. Hodges on ,Sunday afternoon.Mr. employed with a baking com- possible picture on every p ti tower of the channel I
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D Bill Few went by train to Wilmington and Mrs. Dave Green were pany. channel. ,1 a you want

i ir Del., on Sunday, for a the Sunday -guests of Mr. andMrs. 'We are very sorry that Pete

i.lr' business trip. Wilson Green and Mr. and Wilbanks has been called to Texas M WfiXSUlOO Km TV TROUBLE with peak or snowy picture and READ WHAT ACTUAL USERS SAY!
5 l ,v Mrs. Edward Maguire arrived Mrs. Alex Williams in Jackson- because of the serious illness of *t hoitt" oa to many channel! Like most people, you're prob. HlflIdreli..Cl"IIl&I"i.1( CDR Retort
Tuesday for an extended visit ably in*location where TV signals come from Many direction 'Gr.
t or? ville. his father. Pete is the superintendent now in tue aid in TV rtcrptioa
family Mr. Ml Jut.the one antenna rasa tet to .
with her daughter's Miss Carolyn McDavid, and two of the Maxville Baptist Sun- year up face.WMTT9 areas just We "a un.
I and :Mrs. Ed COlmeen and son,
Maguire is from friends of Jacksonville was home day School. CO AI807 m Make your antenna work 3 .r 4 times moreefficiently "MOIl STATIONS. BETTER PICTURES. We Ju"vt

V Peter. .Mrs. Since her last vista with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Edward Jones and family and brine, in the beat pouibl pittnr from any lots of company from far and near, us
Baltimore Md. Fred McDavid, for the weekend. i of Jacksonville were dinner guests direction. What yon need it the TV marvel that causes your they all say we get more stations an!
in the fall, the Conneens have Misses Terry and Sandra Sow i of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Cannon and Antenna to Circle and Detect like Radar-the CDR ROTOR. have a better picture than they do. The

moved into their lovely new homeon ells gave a slumber party Friday I daughter Ginger, last Sunday. HIT U UE.TWO!.TNBEU' Here'a all yon do to pull in clearer spa KOTOK can not be beat.

Will l start Lake Keystone.Mrs. night for a group of their friendsat I Mrs. Willje Godwin went to 'lbrptl'ItroDref pletnreit -Mrt.C-J.MeCoM*,/tdlAonf.&.xi.
car Clemens and sons,
your Lena
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.Coleman Starke Monday to the doctor. We "STATIONS WE NEVER DREAMED OF tETTINScom
and George, were weekending 'f. form AotoV Skytwttp Dirtetlon Selector on CDR'i tea*.
Johnny ; is (In clean and clear. We received real
in Gainesville. Those pre- are glad to report that she never
Jacksonville recently as WJ( UUU Control Cd,..&.
in
tomorrow morning ? sent were Pat Smith, Martha Cato '- Improving.Mr. pleasure out of TV till we got the new
guests of Mr and Mrs. E Nelson John Alice Edwards Laura Sue Wil- and Mrs. Jack'Waters and '1 fetor at Us but o/ your (00/ antgnns turns It I* a com. HOIOIU"Cdrti) Go...Bento.O.

Nelson and family.. Mrs. son and Diann Golden. The girls family of Jacksonville visited with .", .. _01. tm you .U tie ftctttr clearer tta. .v.r (./or.. ""SUIROUNDEI IT HIGH BUIIBINCS. Even

Before you tay yea, think when_i& vu/ that you baJ four and Mrs. Clemens are sisters. had'a wonderful time. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family though my antenna, is a very rood one. I.,
Mrs. George Blue were ft lift 'ow tgtrrom l\t S&etor md antenna'Staple ,
and ytttr cudtcouldn't '
last battery check. Mr. Ronnie Thomas enjoyed the'Fairat last Friday.Mrs. i fet a true, sharp image. Sine*
business tu'Uesur reeks.poeltioa.
,
last week on .
in Georgia installing a COR SOTOR my pictures art
Tampa on Saturday with a Doss Higginbotham spent
the of die hs'elb'It's )
And give t thought to age battery and'pleasu're trip. clearer,sharper steadier.My set behaves
group of his FFA friends. the' weekend before. last in Jacksonville tat ItT So why settle for balf-way TV! PUla all
hard to be certain, isn't it?'Bnt It's not hard to atop Mrs. H. B. McIntyre from Ran- Miss Linda Sue Thomas was.the with her son and daugh- the ehannele your' set U equipped to receive-with a thriftyCDK like a brand new one, even though the
by our Cities Service station and find out for euro the \ dclph. Vt., and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- nearestTVatation is over45 miles ."a,."
Friday night guest of Miss Kay ter-in-Ww Mr. and Mrs. Franklin aOTOa.'f .
ter Horton from Lyrne'N. H., are'visiting f I 171.A..liar flint. MieK.NOW .
condition of your battery. Mrs. Carl Johnson in Emerson in Bland. The girls attended Higginbotham, and family.

And it's good to know that if youth meeting in Johns- Miss Linda Waters, Miss Caro- "

yon should need a replace H'llcrest.:Mrs. Mable Husbands enteredSt. town. Kay was the overnight lyn Strickland,. Richard Norman / Start getting

meat we have the bcst..thc Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville ;Jest of Linda on Saturday and and Fred Pendarvis were business perfect TV ROT0 R-
Cities Service dry-charged Monday of this week the girls spent the day with Elain visitors in Jacksonville last!Satur pictureswith
Tri-Fill Battery The dry. ..... on. Crosby on Sunday in Starke. day. a 1 1. r:1.
... for surgery. IRCUS AND &. 'JUICTS UKI I.aAodC
charged Tr,-Fill need. water Mrs. Arthur Chapman is in the Dr. and Mrs. Merchant of Gainesville Mrs. Junior Wilkinson and

only three times a year in Bradford County Hospital inStarke were. the Sunday guests ,of daughter, Shirley, and Mrs. Earl
.normal and lasts Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thomas.Mr. Cannon and children enjoyed the
use up to for treatment.
of Santa FLake and Mrs. Bill Genovar and basketball game in Baldwin Friday .
7094 longer. Mr. W. J. Grolick
Wilbur ,'ftrtn n la Ptt f.ct TV R epU. 'IO
to the hos- children and Mr. and Mrs. night with D. &: B. All threeof
is expected to go
Have ,our battery checked this week for Thomas of Gainesville, were the the Baldwin teams won the '
And have look pital Gainesville.
tomorrow. I

It our dry-charged: Tri-Fill t sargery.Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Bach Thomas.Mr.Sunday;. guests of Mrs. Groover games.Beginning Thursday of this ; / -wire Scrv/ccnfcr/ Shepherd Radio & TV

battery, too._ I cider and Mr. and Mrs. John'W. and -Mrs. .J. M. Hines and week 'some of the young folks
of Jacksonville from here will to St..
Fla. spent son were the Sun- go Augustineto
/ Strange from Eustis 135 E. CALL STREET 412 E. CALL STREET
I Wednesday with Col. and Mrs. day guests of Mr.\ Hines' parents, play in the basketball tournament -

SILCOXCITIESSERVICE' r David A. Nelson in Keystone Mr. and Mrs. E. M.'Hines. in the St. Johns River con

I Heights.' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Chambers of ference. The Baldwin girls havea

Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Siprelle and Lake City were the Sunday gUestsof very good record this term and e r4rs

I I'son, Mike, from Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. F.. L. Clark. have lost' only one game. The boys %:' :

![ to Keystone on Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhyles of Have played well also and we wish w
J[with old friends and neighbors, Jacksonville and Mr. and :Mrs. them the best of luck in the ,.
F. Aiken. Corbet Horn and children of Lake tournament.We : ": l
I namely Mr. and Mrs. E. 4
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"a City were the Sunday luncheon. are very sorry to learn that 6.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mrs. Dorothy Higginbotham! and 4: :h :4

Clark. her family: have .all been ill for 4

Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke the few days. We wish thema 5 > .

FISHING CONTEST visited Mrs. .Lillie Cone and speedy recovery. '

end :Mrs. Clyde Cone last J.lr'l :Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Mann of! V .'Y r Z. r

days Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. :.

Mre. Neta Dyaf of Starke and John North and family on
"Mrs. L. L. D ar wera guests of day. sun-I 4 i. I

Mrs. W. H. Sorrells in Jacksonville Miss Shirley Higginbotham 0 N

NOW IN PROGRESS 'on"Manila)'. recent weekend visitor of Mr. and t

'Mrs. Edna Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Taggart and family-in

Mrs., 0..',C,.,Hayes and baby ,were Middleburg.' ,

the Sunday luncheon guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and ? Via' .v '

:___ ,_ y _!_!_n__ !l __, Mr/and 'Mrs. Guy Harrell- family of Jacksonville visited Mrs. d
;Miss Mu'irteen Rodgers of 'Day- Dorothy Waters and family'' last

1 tona was home with her parents Saturday. y.e.tt f
BLACK E SPECKLED Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rodgers, for Misses Shirley Higginbotham
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.. the weekend. 'J Mary Kilgore Eleanor' Johnson

Airs. H. E.,Stokes and daughter. and Patty Parrish visited in Bald. w. d .
Ruby, were 'the Sunday luncheon win Sunday afternoon with Miss R
BASS TO ANY SPORTSMAN PERCH guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Delores Harris. .

Stokes in Alachua. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hi gin- :w'- rte.iI

That Weighs in 10 Lb. or Larger Black Mrs. M ttie Sowells and :Mrs. botham, Mrs. Thelma Higgin-

*. Bass or 2'j Lb. or Larger Speckled H. E. Stokes attended the funeral botham and her son Stanley of }

Perch. services for Mrs., R. H. May of Jacksonville, spent last Friday

Micanopy in Gainesville Monday night and Saturday with Mre. ra A r.

Lure of Your Choice! 3Ir. and Mrs G. W. Davis and Higginbotham's mother, Mrs. y n
3 t 3' daughter visited ''friends In' Gainesville Faulk.

REGISTER BEFORE YOU GO bit"Stmflay "afternoon.: Everyone watching TV about 'w
Miss Barbara Sue 'Davis and noon last Saturday{ saw Jimmy y ;
FISHING!
Mrs. G. W. Davis were in Gainesville Higdon, along with two Baldwin .

BIGPRIZES You Must Be Registered Before You BIO I and Starke Tuesday on busi- students, on a television program.

: Go Fishing. .... ness: J We .are very proud of him.
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis herein Mr and Mrs. Guy Frigo and

I : Prizes On Dispy/ PRIZES I Alachua on business' Saturday afmily of Jacksonville visited Mr.
morning"v f"* 'and Mrs. Millard Strickland and r

- Miss Barbara Sue 'Davis Terry family last Sunday evening. .
.. -- -- --. --.... -.- / McDavid.: Terrell Green and John Mr. and Mrs George Johnson .
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*- Green are back in classes at the family of Jacksonville visited Mr. ,

RTS.DEPAITM liT University of Florida after being I Mr. and )[rs. Doss ,Higginbotham IF HUSBANDS HAD TO DO THIS .
WE HAVE ENLARGED OUR SP
: home for a few days. > and family on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs.\ W. E, Bigham sJr.:I Mrj and,MrsHenry Gnffis andWILLIAMS EVERY Wlf j E fill OULD, HAVE ANHOWIE

and' children were the weekend _--_-
See Us For r- LAUNDRYWhat
guests Of Mr. 'Bigham's parents, -.

Mr. and-Mrs W. E. Bigham ST.. ;
.;f-YOUR GOJ-F! EQUIPMENT :in Lakeland.They visited the Fair
( .. man auld put up with this backache drudgery An f:....
in Tampa'Saturday. > .
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,t FISHING GEAR AND'SKI EQUIPMENTSee S. 'J i- i EI. CTRIC Jaundry- \Ya..4ter..Dryer.lroner tam ftf Electric .
Mr. and Mrs. F. Tinnej and f r
t t JEWELRYWATCHES t9 I Water Heater for plenty of piping-hot water-takes the .... l '
sons of Gainesville were the Saturday -
fatigue out of washdays. It's the deaner, coder, safer modern
Our "Have Rod Will Fish" Rod Racks G. E.night Green.guests of Mr. and Mrs. DIAMONDS automatic way.

REPAIRS With this "Matchless Four" in your laundry, youU enjoy
more leisure and stay younger longer.And remember,it's cheaper %
GRACE METHODIST CHURCH All Work GuaranteedA. to go all-dedric in>our kitchen-laundry than to use a combination ) .
LAWTET. FLORIDA1Sunday C. Williams of services.
Stare builders .9:45, ,
Supplies Sunday School.. : 142 W. Call St. rid
a. m-, Morning Worship It ..-m., Set your electric appliance dealer today ??,
Starke Fla.
Evening Service, 7:30 p. m., FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Wednesday: Youth Feltowuip Formerly Roberts Jewelry HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
NEXT TO SAL DEPOT PHONE WO 4-4201_ and Choir Practice 7:30 .
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fTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTttTTTT. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ler here; February 12,' Peck, High I:I was questioned by parents present.Mr. m11T11nv1nm1111n i -

.NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Church. Rev. L. McKay, pastor of Fernandina Beach, here;. ,February Hobbs eighth-grade teacher 1 wish. each of you a speedy recovery. I| mother and family. Mrs. Cowarfs

will have Sunday School at the ( 16, Lake Butler there at I I!I,said he had asked the students, mother will return with them for

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY ,liual hour with Supt. S. W. Newman '!'p. m.; February 19, Alachua. but they had not*yet agreed on NORTH' SIDEBy Those visiting with Mrs. (Granny I a visit. She will also visit with

and others in charge. At 3 hire (Coronation game]: Febfu-I whether caps and gowns, or street Mrs. John Cowart ] Carmichael in the hospital, j i !be: other daughter, Mrs. Charlie

By Ozora Shell p. m.. Rev. George W. Lee. pastorof ary 22, Alachua, there: This will clothes, should-be worn. It waa decided besides her f family were Mrs. Lois I[Ccwart. and family.
Antioch IA AAuuav.avAAoar.A.The Caxaitd daughter, Miss Linda I Mrs. Lois Cox and daughter
Baptist Church, and be the last game before. the tournament that a questionnaire would) I

AAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUUJE AAAAA.-.u..... the congregation will render a i.National be sent to all parents of,the graduating dynamic speaker at Sunday Cox; Mrs. Cox's sister Miss Rosa ;|I Miss Marilyn Cox, and Mrs. Cox'ssister

program in behalf of the fund : Merit Scholarship Tests Moore: ; Mrs. Amanda Crosby 'and Miss Edith Moore, visited in
class to
indicate Worship Services
Coronation Parad a
Thelma Green of Lincoln City. According preference was Brother
raising drive of the church. On Seven senior students at the R. daughter and Mrs. Frank Norman. Jacksonville: Thursday.Mr. .
: The annual coronation parade ; to the reporter. the club and all would abide by Gerald Suggs of Baldwin. The
Monday at 7 p. m.. Faithful Few J. E. High School plan to take I the Mrs. Harold Norman accompanied and Mrs. Clinton Norman
will be held on Friday. Feb. 19, at is still for majority decision. :stimulating music for the Sunday
open one additionalnew I
'
Club Mrs. George Shuford to :and friend, Jerry Barber all of
meeting; Tuesday 7 p. m.iioir .-National Merit ScholarshipQualifying Jacksonville -
Mr.
1- p, m, All community clubs and member which will make the Hobbs .also introduced then School hour was presented by
civic rehearsal; Wednesday 7 p. Test [NMSQT1, F. S. w- teacher of the sixth Sister Katherine Spoonholtz. Monday evening of this Jacksonville visited Monday evening -
groups are invited to providea quota for the of 32 and Mr. I'
year persons. m.. Prayer Meeting; Friday, 7 p. Pierce, sponsor announced today. week where they visited with Mrs.huford's : of this week with Mr. Nornn's -
seventh grades Mrs. Couwart
car or float for the parade. The Anyone interested in this mem- Ramona Sunday School superintendent -
m., Prayer Band. Everyone Is i The test will be administered at : husband who is a patient : parents, Mr. and Mrs.
theme for this year is "Blue On bership is asked to contact presi- Worley, who took ,,over the class and his staff of teachers !
\ in St. Vincent's Frank: Norman.
Parade." Floats and cars how- sident or your nearest member urged to attend our services the High School at 9 a. m. on on January 1. The need for more extend a special welcome to all, Hospital. I|
throughout the Ronnie Kimbrell the Don't forget HeilbroiuYs annual
week Tuesday. March spent
and Sunday. 8. All students
(ver, will not be limited to this and see that your name is put on fill dirt on the school playgroundwas especially the visitors. '
Mary McBride: weekend in Jacksonville with Homecoming to be held March
reporter. w 2o wish to be considered for hisj
theme. You may select your own the roll. On Sunday at 11 brought out by lit Hobbs, to The Junior Choir has grown to II
a. m. mother Mrs. 6th. Write
Allen Chapel A, M. E. Church Merit Scholarships to be a awarded Lois Henson. I letters to your family
design and colors if wish to the keep play twe nty-two members under the
available
club space
you will in
worship at
Mt. Moriah rainy
Rev. L. A. Miss Marilyn Cox and her brother :aid friends and tell them of the
If would like to Sampson, pastor, will I in 1961 must take' the test at this weather. He direction[ of Mrs. Alma -
participate. you Methodist Church.-Rev. J. H. suggested clay for a Thomp-
hold regular trustee day on Sun- tune. Pearson, have returned to j big day. We wajit you there to
utter a car or float for your buss Blunt is pastor. All club members surface for the softball, basketballand son A treat awaits each junior
day starting with Sunday Schoolat The National Merit the University in Gainesville after enjoy it with us. Watch this column
:Hess establishment club fraternal and Scholarship volleyball in the choir. They will have choir
or friends are invited to attend. areas, and stated I
enjoying their for details about the
10 mid-term more
a. m. Supt. Irene vacationat
Thomas Qualifying Test is a'three hour
organization please notify the Teachers Hold Meeting that probably 4 loads of fill dirt roles in the near future.
in home with their I schedule, special singers, etc. Good
charge. At 11 a. m. The Junior measure of educatiOn development family and ,
principal of RJE School, Mr. Eddie The Bradford County Colored were needed in various places on We are thankful that Mrs. Rita (
Church will have friends. cats will be in store for those pre
Thompkins. Mrs. L. M. Teachers charge'of the and college aptitude with the school Tilly was able to be back for
or Association met at C. C. playgrounds. E. P. Mc- services -
program. Music will be Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Romie I sent. Heilbronn women cook all
furnished emphasis on broad intellectual
$oyal, parade chairman so that Anderson Junior High School in Elroy, D. E. Hill and Paul Meng on Sunday night after her kinds
Crawford of delicious foods to
by the Junior Choir under the skills and ability 'to 'use what can : recently were R. L. Batten perfection -
may be included in "the line were named lengthly illness. Her playing
you Lawtey on February 4th with as a committee to seethe was
direction of Mrs. N. L. Pullum. be learned rather than on sheer of Theiessa who visited Saturday :i so come on out and enjoy
tip. AU the people of the countylook President Greene in charge. A Bradford County Commission enjoyed by everyone. '
Junior Church meeting has been knowledge of'!tactsr--- and Dan Highsmith. Mrs. i j the Homecoming
forward to this parade each portion of this ers and have the Mr. Brown cordially invites'
meeting was devoted work done by
changed, Nancy Keene and Mrs. Wilson Remember that Heilbronn
to Monday of each week The test is the first step in the I
to
the everyone Training Union at
of
The RJE
coronation Miss
ear. to committee"meetings. During county.
Varaes all of Jacksonville Church would feel honored to
at 5 p. m. Parents are asked to sixth annual competition for Merit who
and will be held 6:30: p. m. on Sunday evening. : '
High i
Elementary the Vice-president
business session, volunteersto Paul i
see that the children observe this Scholarships provided 'by some Meng pre- visited on Monday of this week. have you and your family worship
r.i the cafetorjum promptly at 7 serve as delegates for the Flor 'aided at the meeting, in the ab- Choir practice is at 7 p. m. and: : Rev with
ch: nge. Missionary meeting will 100 corporations 'foundations and Mrs. Forsyth visited i us on Sunday or for any of
p. m. Friday Feb. 19. The culminating ida State Teacher Association ence; of President E. L. Brown Prayer Meeting a't 8 p. m. i with relatives in Jacksonville the services.
be held at 4 m. All during -
p. Sunday. professional societies and individuals
activity will be a basket which will convene in Miami in Refreshments were served after We were 'glad to see Mr. and i
: the
members are asked to attend. well Mrs. weekend. Well tis time to close again.
as as by the National S. C. Herley and Mr. and
Bill
between the and 11
girls
game April. listed. the business
were final dell meeting by Miss Annette 1
Mrs. E. H. Givens. reporter. Merit Scholarship'Corporation it- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cowart left May our loving God bless and
Lays of A. L. Mebane High School cis! ion on the delegates will be Green, Mrs. Lily Barnes, Mrs. Maryland Whitaker and
Sunday for''Houston
:New Bethel Texas wherethey
Baptist Church. :self. protect you and yours always. ..
made at the April meeting which Mrs. D. E. Hill and Mrs. Miltonoosher. daughters at church services 'lastgunday. ..
I will visit with Mrs.
Rev. A. B. Yin Cowart's I bye
tots.! will be held the first Friday in son pastor will hold. Four-year scholarships are a- ) Approximately 35 were They had all been ill. nowYou'll -
regular communion service on I warded to''the-winners 'with sUp- --
vities all day. April, "April Fool's Day." Mrs. S. |present for the meeting. The next Mr. and Mrs. P. B.-Johns and
Sunday starting with Sunday ends depending on financial need. | find
Laid To Rest S.. Price principal, will havea meeting will be on daughter, Myrtle visited Mrs.
\ Thursday evening
School at 9:30 a. m. in the YouthBuilding Minimum award in 1961 will be
Peterson at Otto
Little Michael Jerome Robinson n I treat of interest to you. March 3, in the school cafe- Creek last
Supt. Milton Ellerson in... $100. the maximum will be $1,500.
Thursday, Mrs. Peterson, sister of
was funeralized on Saturday at 2 CHURCH NEWS eria-]

p. m. at New Bethel Baptistnurch. Mt. Pisgah A M. E. Church charge. Morning worship at 11 a. Baptist Church Parties, Mrs. Johns returned home with LOW -PRICES,
m. Music by choir No. 1 with Miss YYYYYYYYYy yyYY Y .' '
Rev. A. B. Vinson, pastor, Rev. J. A. Grimmage, pastor will 1 Meetings This! Week Mr s. Johns for a two week visit.

officiated. Michael's mother Mrs. held Sunday School at 9:30: a. m.jiJth Lottie. T. English Marhall.in charge. DeaconB. Hampton Baptist Church has a Mrs. Katherine Spoonholtz was where you see

Carrie Robinson, is a faithful 1 ; ; Supt. Anna Wright fn char Sr. president is HAMPTON full(, program of special events this a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. _
asking all [7
members to please be 0
this
member of the church and a ge. At 3 p. m-, Rev. W. R. Nesbitof ,week for all ages, with VaFentine Pcrvy Johns last Thursday. sign _

Member of choir No.1. Little Jacksonville will preach at the I present. At 7 p. m., service will By Air*. D. E. Inn parties held on Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Dosha Green and daughter eJ
begin
and the
Lord's
Michael was just a year old. He church. Music will be furnished Supper will for Junior Dorothy, are confined to their

leaves. to mourn his loss his devoted by C. C. Anderson Junior High I: (be&;rs.given All members by the pastor and friends and offs I 1&.6... School classes boys,-Mrs.and W.girl'sSunday < P. home with the flu at the time of ./ Q

parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Isaa Chorus under the direction of Mrs.' invited to attend. Remember our are Council Discusses Roads. McElroy( teacher; _and on Friday this writing. ; -

Robinson, two sisters, one wroth- P. Jennings. On Sunday Feb. sick and shut-in members. Mrs. Dogs and Recreation afternoon for Primary and Beginner .Y 1 1TYYt11f/1t/y. >t1 Itn r. Q
&:r. and a host of sorrowing relatives Iz. the Allen Christian Endeavor directed
Pauline Marshall, reporter. Road repair, a dog ordinance; I Sunbeams :by MrsJoe .
and friends. He was buried League was organized. The fol-! '
Roop and :Mrs. Lester
Slade,
in the family plot of the Odd 1'' lowing officers were elected: President Ebenezer Baptist Church recreation facilities and repair of :Members of the :Marie \Visner HEILBRONN15y .. at
Rev. E. D. Robinson held regular the town hall floor all came into B
Ftllows Cemetery at Lincoln City Sammie Lee White; Vice- and Virginia Faile circles of the Mrs. llarvtj McCarthykAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .
pastoral service on Sunday starting the discussion, at the monthly!
iughes-Chestnut were the morticians csident, Levi Dexter; Secretary, with Sunday School. Supt. meeting Hampton City Council WMU are meeting at Hampton cic "W (

in charge. The family isJteply 51 Mildred Aaron; Treasurer Mrs. City Hall on Thursday at 10 .
Henry Bryant in charge. last a.m.this
Duringthe on Tuesday evening week
( grateful to friends of both 11 J. A. Grimmage; chairman of program | week, to complete a quilting Howdy Folks. A very happy __
morning
service Choir An Feb: 2.
aces for the kindness Valentine's Day [Sunday is SSo
and sympathy committee, Norma Jeani extended -
gels under the direction of Mrs.' Additional ,work on roads and project. A covered dish lunch ito s '
expressed during this great \i Clark and assistant, Nettie Mae be served at to each of you. This day is Y
Ranell English, furnished music. streets in the was noon following a
I city
loss We cannot say, we must not j jay. ]E1rly; ; Chaplain, Mrs. Lillie Mae approved say apart for us to remember the
They were very good in the first and fill dirt has ibeen,, ,hauled in missionary program on Panama,
# that Michael was too youngto Riley; Reporter Rufus Riley, Jr. Canal Zone :r!>ecial ones in our hearts, soden't 1
and the
San Bias Indi-
aJ.pearance.'Ith: Miss Ruby Albert for some spots by R. L. Brown,
die for he lives now with Godon 11 Don't forget the big Building Fund ans., The forget your VALENTINE! !T#
at the piano. According to hired by the city. Larger equip program, entitled, "In r
high.-staff We regret that the
reporter. tally and program on the fourth pastor of
the director, the choir is still!1 ment to do fill work has not been Word and Speech and Deed" will 1 1
Carnation Heilbronn
Club News 28 "New Mt. Church, Rev. Otis T.
Sunday, February be directed
I o3en for by Mrs. W. P. MeElroy -
new members. Rehearsal available
for several months, and I
The Carnation Club held their! Pisgah Day." Mrs. Elnora Canon Junes was unable to be at services -
will be held each week until until it is, Mr. Brown is hauling i
t?gula; meeting on last Monday j is chairman of program and has The adult on Sunday due to an eye in
RIght with President the group has learned a largenLlmber smaller loads of.dirt to fill low training: union classwill fection. Rev. Kinard, of
Jacksonville
Wilhelmenia i J-ivited many choirs and groupsto -
of hold ,a social at the church
songs. Choir No. I, places in the streets
Brooks | rendered
In charge. Three new memo share in this fund,raising planto composed of adults, will meet this Friday evening, Feb. 12, at inspiring messages
tiers joined as follows: Mrs. A dog ordinance is being considered :aJ both the morning and evening
complete the building of NewMt Wednesday after the first and by the council since stray 7:30: p.m., with a Valentine theme services.

Prince, Mrs., Marks and Mrs. Pisgah. Rufus Riley Jr. reALVAREZ' fecond Sundays of each month. dogs areoften a nuisance here and for games,and. refreshments. Mis. Barber of Baldwin is visiting -

Mrs. Bcrtice, Robinson, vice president there is no licensing regulationin Intermediate GAs will be enter her daughter Mrs. p. B. when you shop ,

is asking all members to the at the time. rained at dinner on this .-.. ,
jlll Men's Clothing i city present Saturday Johns, and family, where you see the S&H Green -
STORE 11 please attend practice so that you The recreation committee i is week by their counselor. :Miss We wish a speedy recovery to: shield you're dollars ahead at the' start

Ii Established, 1894 III may learn the new songs. The looking for a site for Softball field, Betty Durling, at her home. Rev. Jones who is W !in O'Brien: Stamp ,
-- Federation will meet 'at Antioch dollars ahead again when you redeem your .
or for a place for a cement slab to YWAa, observing their annual Granny Carmichael, very ill in the

Baptist Church on the third Sunclay. be used for roller skating, etc., 1 it focus week from February 14-20,, Alachua Hospital Iq} Gainesville; S&H Green Stamps for beautiful and useful gifts.

"' That'B Our Business Rev. George Lee, vice president was announced at the_ meeting. will climax the week's activities 1 Mr. and Mrs. R.'L. Morgan in the See them at your nearest S&H Redemption

i will be host. Make plans now Funds are available to Hamptonthrough 'with a formal Glendale S&H
sweetheart banquetat Hospital in Palatka: Center or in the pages of the
It It's Glace We Have lit! to join the Federation. Mrs. Ra-
the Bradford County Recreation George Shuford
i Hampton City Hall Saturday in St. Vincent's Ideabook.
Green Stamp
CALL WRITE or VISIT nail English, reporter. program for use for recreation evening, Feb. 20. )Ofr!. CharlesHicka Hospital in Jacksonville-; Mrs.

Tournament PlanningOn purposes, although this : .counselor, Is in charge of W. C. Clemons l uffering with ,the

Joe Peters Glass Co. Sunday at 2 p. m.. Coaches is not to be used for purchasing arrangements; and Miss Elizabeth flu at home.. Mrs. Harold Norman

Shell and Butler and others will]l Provence of Jacksonville, FloridaYWA ,is better after a severemigraine

FOR ANY GLASS NEED ball journey to Williston for a basket land.During the year and a halt since director, will be a special 'headache attack Mr. and Mrs. I

tournament planning meeting the committee has been established i guest; for the program. ''Jimmie Lee and children are .recovering -
We
Design Modern Store Fronts
which will be
held the last of this
Softball balls and bats I from the
gloves, J Personals flu. There is a ,
Just Mail Us A Pattern for month in Williston
at the Voca- | lot of 4r
sickness
have been purchased, and more recently :Mr. ,and Mrs: R. C. Gray and,] everywhere and we I
Table Tops ;ional High School. We hope that -
,
a merry.go-round and soft tI .daughters: of Jacksonville
1313 N.W. 4th PL our teams will win enough games. I ITiie were
Gainesville
Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 following games are still I ball backstop were installed on c dinner guests l lut Friday evening ,

31 the Hampton Elementary, School J at the home Otto
of Mr. and Mrs.
be
I played: February 11, Lake But- use
playground. Further of the J Hicks near Hampton. j

funds means that some play area
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Jones
needs to be set 'apart for this" are 10
I parents of a daughter, Valerie
SUWANNEE VALLEYDAIRIES' purpose. Ann born Thursday
Any with' Feburary 4 IT COM:fiTO
person suggestions o ; OH WELL WHEN
'Iat Bradford GO 1N
County Hospital in HoW OHA YOU"y ]
R.EAU FOOD VALUES
recreation for the city, for both
Starke. Mr. Jones is to leave this AN' A5K MANY HAND- HAND,oIt Y00 yAiTA HAND ft TO I
children and or adults on use ; HIM, JELLYBEANS FUL! MY f
of the funds or' land which maybe Friday to return to navy .dutyin JOSIE: FORA HAND.
i San Diego. Calif. PENNY? p'r CityhsfiSMeatMartei
available should contact a '
member bits Tom Paladino was in Bradford *
of the
Hampton city
council. Present for the meeting j County Hospital in Starke ; ffY1
j for treatment L1fta ;
at the city 'hall last week were 1 for several days I
last
week.
:Mayor Af. L. Watterson. Clerk W.

H. Maxwell, Council ChairmanA. Mrs. John Kemper and children

CASH AND CARRY "C. Dennison, and CouncilmanC. I moved: last week from Hampton

R. Cox D. E. Hill and G. P. 1 to: Nashvillo, Tenn. _Her brother,

Wadsworth: Absent were D. H. Charles Frazier of Nashville, came i

Crawford and Marshal Leon Sauls. f to:: Hampton and assisted her with I

PTA To Buy Swings; t the moving. Mr. and: Mrs. Johnny

School Lunches Discussed 1 Wood and children from Stewart,

DAIRY STORE School ,lunches-swings-for; J bliss;; have moved into the house Beef SALE Chicken Breasts Thighs

playground, money-raising and'vacated by the Kempers. Mr.Wood .

graduation were discussed at the is a brother of :Mrs. F. P. Or LegsLb.0cor51bs.

Hampton Elementary School PTAin Lott, and the Woods were staying nOUND-T-BONE or

the school cafeteria on Thursday with the Loris here until they

evening last week, Feb. 4. 'were able to find a house. .SIRfbN69c: 1.39
NOW OPEN ON HIGHWAY 301 STEAK .
NORTH The complaint of not enough Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Calloway
,
food in the lunches was aired by and baby were weekend visitors

parents present apparently stemming last week at the home of Mr. and .

NEXT TO HERB'S DRIVE-IN from children in the upper bits E. L. Birt. Formerly of Gain CHUCK i

grades. Principal ,J. C. Hobbs, esville. Mr. and Mrs. Calloway lb. FRESH HENS lb. 2Sc

stated that he had not heard of have been in Durbin, S. Africa for ROAST M. 39c |

MILKEGGS ICE CREAM BUTTER this complaint, and promised to the last three ,years, where Mr.
supply larger portions ot'food to Calloway has been teaching atNatal

those desiring'more.. 1 University. They have FRESH GROUND FRESH etc'1

The discussion of additional moved back to Gainesville now,

ORANGE JUICE.. COllAGE CHEESE BREAD swings on the school playground where Mr. Calloway is teaching Ib.
lb.
terminated with the appointment and taking further studies at the HAMBURGER 39c FRYERS 29c

,
of Ernest Triest to build a set University of Florida. I

of swings to be purchased by the visitors
Sunday at the home of11'8. .
-
-
-
PTA. llr. Triest said he-had investigated -- Ii

\ Ina
Knight were Mr. and
Moderate Prices costs of buying the ;.Irs: D. L Knight of Starke, and SMOKED OR FRESH SMOKED

equipment vs. building it. and later Sunday, Mrs. Knight visited

estimated that a set of swingscould in Heilbronn with Mr. and Mrs: .lb lb.
be made tor $100. approximately i PICNICS l 29 1C BACON" 2Sc
-- -' .-----"- -,----, ,V. C. Clemons Jr. and family.

,- -, .-,-- .- .. -,- -.-. ,- _c. ,_ -- ,_. - ,_. -_-___ -: half the regular purchase| Mr, and Mrs. Donald Slade and ,

price. eon' visited friends in Keystone .. -
Fund-raising ,was brought /
up
GRADE "A"
GALLON and it was snggested.that the day, Heights on Sunday. PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

of the political rally to be held in Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hines, and
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
HOMOGENIZED son moved last week from Fairbanks 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.:
Hampton In May,, just previous
C to the' primary election would bead | to a house on Highway 301

ideal time to hold either a super pnear Hampton. .
or serve refreshments, etc. (fI.'Wf...: I ""I If" ""

MIL K for raising money for the PTA. .

D. Griffis was appointed to f J.an d 7M

04'L I !! out the date of the rally here] 9Scte WE STOCK A COMPLETE> LINE GROCERIES

and report to the PTA at the<

-, -,' ,7 > ,_ March meeting when further arrangements

: -- - '-. ,- -.. will !be made.

Use of caps and gowns for thi 666

eighth-grade graduation thL11ut -- .
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