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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 18, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t 4 VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY- FEBRUARY"18, 1960 NUMBER TIHRTY-THREE. ..
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\"..'. ,.: Council Sets I;' --i Board Accepts



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Nth 1 Y 1 V Fund Quest Lake Site Offer



Staike Councilmen will gather +

in a special meeting at 7 p. m. i I The way was cleared Monday
t
luesday to discuss the ever present s Trial Of Nine night for a property swap between -

x IL problem how to put more 1 .A % Bradford County Commissioners

t t blood in the turnip that must be f and a group of Lake Santa Fe

tiP squeezed to meet demands of thecity's : Is PostponedTill yioperty owners which would give
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expanding the
growth.
w i s }b county a-150-foot recreation

The problem of new homeowners site in exchange for closing three

seeking sewer and water ser Next Indian Beach streets. '

t # vice in areas not already piped J Term County Attorney T. Frank

% nas' already reared its trouble,;: .andrum reported that the property -

t $ Tft some:: head at every Council meet- owners concerned through :
M Trial of nine Starke, Lawtey,
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ing in recent months. Weary of + S f their representative, John Shaugh- George HerouxFinis

saying: no to the plaintive pleas aid Macclenny men on charges riessy of Melrose had agreed to i

of home-builders who must spend stemming from.a gunfight here pay $2,000 "to boot" in addition ,

hundreds of dollars for wells and Jan. 30 will likely be held at the to deeding the county a $5.000 I IIjOfoot

Mr. And Airs.\ E. M.\ Raulerson I septic tanks because they can't ..4'k regular spring term of Circuit recreation site on Little j

I git city service, Council members Court in Santa Fe, in exchange for the j
May rather than the Feb.
;oeem in a mood to take the bullb : '' closing of one 40-foot and two 50I I

Out Of Their Misfortune :? the horns and come to grips 29 date previously set. Postponement foot streets in Indian Beach subdivision ; Death attributed to "acute

pith the problem. was ordered Monday by Circuit on Big Santa Fe. I pneumonia" last Saturday: endHi -

"We can't go on turning these Judge Geo. L. Patten due to The Commission had previously the turbulent career of

A people down indefinitely," is the I Starling Bids the condition, of Warren Boat-. a ked $2,500 "to boot", but Monday ': George A. Ileroux Jr"- com'let-

, Warning way one Councilman put it. "If wught. night accepted the lower fig- ed slayer of Assistant! Stale
gunshot victim, Who will
I they take power service from the :-re; since one of the streets turned Prison Warden J. O. Godwin In
lbe
city they feel they're entitled to a material witness at the forthcoming out to be only 40 feet wide instead i April 1933.

Most people work for a living I sent a snake, put it in a saucer. Raulerson admitted that she did ocher utilities also-and I thinkthey're I 1ForBraordSheriff's court battle. of 50.Landrum. !i Desiribed! by t pyschiatrists

and try to save a bit for a rainy l-Viinkled a dark powder on -it, I not know for sure how much it right"Trouble Boatwright 28. was transferred said he would notify"' as a "constitutional psychopath

day. Others find it easier to take t and lighted it with a match. ,I is, of course, that the Post last Friday from Bradford County I the property owners of thescald's unable to adjust to society"the !

what they want without regard Then she asked for some bread- was.This story, in essence, has been City just doesn't have the money Hospital to the Veterans Administration acceptance and stated I j 29-year-old bank robber and

for the law or the rights of others. I Alter Mrs. Raulerson- produced repeated many times. Several on hand to extend sewer and that the plan was for the group j murderer was spared, the electric ) !
water lines to areas that still hospital in Lake City. At to place a deed to the j
are chair
Some thieves ruthless and biscuit left from the property by a jury's' surpriserecommendation
are I a noonday years ago the late' Son Rosier Jennings. 36, of Graham
l somewhat sparsely settled. Power Starling the time of the shooting he wasa and the $2,000 bonus in escrow in ;
rob at gunpoint; others are, meal, the woman put some of the ,was cheated out of a. large sum announced his of merry at

smooth operators who gain the I ashes on it. and told the two to cf money and there have been lines ore less expensive, but some for the office yesterday of Sheriff U. S. Marine reservist on inactive the Keystone State Bank pending ) his trial for Godwin's murder.
consumers don't want one service candidacy :legal proceedings closing the' Ironically, however, he ended
confidence of their victims and cal fragments of the biscuit. many more. Bradford in the duty .
unless they can have the other.In County May ?t.eet*. |
actually talk them out of their After this build up. the woman The rackets vary. One that is primaries Although Boatwright seems' destined his days in solitary confinementin
hard-earned The most despicable I said she wanted to "bless" their recent meetings Councilmen :;f negotiations: reach a successful the State Prison death howe
: money. operating near Macclenny now is Mr.. Starling
is to
a native of live with .22 bullet
have mentioned t a conclusion it will i
a sewage tax, end a controversy where he
confined
in
was ultra-
of those who she watched with the
course are money: and "eyeglass" racket. Two men Brooker school sill in his I
a high graduate spine doctors have
garbage collection fee that started
prey on the helpless, the aged, I beady eyes as the trusting old wo- losing as eye, doctors visit a farm, increase in water, rates or a 'possible I married,,.and, has' two children. He ?edicted that he will remain months ago when several I maximum security. The sardonically
as a property owners
and the infirm. went to home-made examine farmer's handsome criminalwas
and then
inan a cupboard a eyes,
means of stepping is a member of the Graham Baptist I paralyzed from the chest down.In adjoining the unused Indian
The latest outrage of this kind and brought out an old !eli him. "10-cent store" glasses up revenue to deemed too dangerous for
I take care of some of the increased Church. postponing the trial Judge Pat- 13cach streets asked the board to
In Bradford County occurred Feb. i ulack:; bonnet filled with bills. tar amounts up to $25- ten the regular maximum security
demands for expansion.: At In announcing his candidacy,I said Boatwright's condition rlese them. Under state law when .
regular I
building where the
4 when an elderly farm couple The woman went through a Another is the baby chick game.A prison'smost
l meetings, however, there is Mr.. Starling said:. "I am not a would prevent his appearing as a streets are closed the property is I
lost the savings of a lifetime of !ritual of rubbing both Mrs. Raul- peddler comes' around with a hardened inmates are con-
witness
insufficient time to dig politician but am well trained in I earlier than the regular divided equally between property
toil in a variation of the old erson and Daisy with some of the batch of day-old chicks supposedly seriouslyinto fined.
law, enforcement, having graduated spring; term.Hearings
the problem-hence the O'.vners, on either side.
action '
State
coney blessing" racket.On money and watched closely as ordered by someone in that Attorney T.-E. Duncan
setting a special for from the Florida Highway on various motions by Closing of the streets vigorously
meeting was -
this particular Thursday the old woman carried it back to aea. and the peddler offers them 'acid prison authorities reportedthat
this next Patrol Law Enforcement School defense attorneys, scheduled to opposed by the County Re-;
purpose
afternoon Elias Raulerson, 84- I the cupboard.x a;,, a cheap price rather'th n take Tuesday.At i' Heroux had been. ill with. flu
the and served two and a half be heard here at 2 ueation Committee
regular meeting Tuesday _years p, m. Monday who went on
year-old retired fanner, crippledby Suddenly, the woman sprangup them! back. Result, the farmer tor several 'days. He showed signsof
I I night, it was decided to ask Civil with the patrol I resigned that wie also postponed until a- later record against the board's abandoning ,- \
a stroke was at home with his I knocked Daisy down brushed buys rooster chicks that are improvement, :but fever retupa-
Defense .for permission to position to devote full time to myfarming Cafe. aiiy roads or,streets afford-
Wife Nettie, 82. and their 50- Mrs. Raulerson aside grabbed the worth about'' five .cents, each for change ,. ed Saturday and medication was
specifications radio I I activities. I fug access to. lakes in the county..
on equipment, ;
ytar-old daughter Daisy who has i money and left the house hur- double that amount, and thinks. 1 1"If Bbalwiight was injured by a resumed. .Heroux summoned, a ._
to &e.bought..a t A later 'date by; elected. I promise to;operate'' pallet ,during> gtumimg- dispute. The Commission .jjnade-the, !:t *nicf 'with --" '
,been under.medical.care Jor some riedly.Jrhe.car backed out afthe lie:. getting a.bargain *the sfierlffTofficT'bn the .counter: ) proposal-that theVwould tru7Oti'Satnrday
funds revenue -*
the"Ci&:with'matching CD between of men and
there's' tank groups complaints of ranch ,
time. Line quickly, turnednorth, on the Then the septic feeling worse
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frcm 60 watt vibrator-type to a that the office takes in, Mr. youths from lose: the streets if property owners -
The Raulereons live in a two grade, and raced away. racketin, which the operators say Starling '' Starke, Lawtey, and. and coughing up blood. The prif on
l said. 1also promise to concerned would provide the
le&ser-wattage that
fully transistorized
Macclenny '
story house on a graded road a- Meanwhile Mrs. Ernest Raul: they clean out the tanks. but-actually -- erupted in gunplay doctor was summoned, but Heroux'
; work with the State's Attorney. board with an equal amount of
set-up. Representatives from at
a service station U. S
bout two miles north of Lawtey. erxm, who has always tried to do nothing but recirculatea 'State's on I died ten minutes before the physician -
thaee radio equipment companies, Assistant Attorney, County :\01 north. The injured man him- property in one piece that could
The place was settled by Mr. look out for the aged couple had lot of water. arrived at his cell, Duncan
meeting with Council, to discuss I ; .Judge, City Police, Mayor of tlf fired the first shot earlier inthe r be; developed as a "recreation area "
Raulerson when he moved there noticed the car and thought it And the paint-sprayers, who I said. :.. ';
the purchase, unanimously Starke, State Highway Patrol, and : at his home in Law- and boat-launching site.
from Glen St. Mary in 1927. He WES some visiting kinfolk. Even will spray buildings with "alummum" proposed I : evening An autopsy performed bjr. }Jr.)
all other law The then made availablea
enforcement officials
agreed that 60 watts was of his group
One bullets hit
farmed it until a light stroke, abut when she saw it back out quickly, paint that is nothing but cy. a car Klein of the Alachua General Hospital
more than needed to serve Starke, in the best! .interest. Bradford driven, by a Starke youth. .150-foot site, .or\ Little Santa Fe staff attributed death'' to
forced himto color added .
nine' years ago sle'3SSumed it was a nephew, water with a little : '
and that the newer, fully transistorized County citizens. which Vas inspected recently b$ "
retire. During his active yearsh who drives fast. the peddlers of "gold" watches I Lawtey Marshal Mitchell Brown "acute pneumonia. A coroner's
Mr. said he had the Commission and declared ac-
equipment would have Starling many "
saved every cent he could a- But moments later when she that are nothing but junk, and vas among the nine against whom inquest will be held at 2 p. m.

gainst the day when he would no :nw the 82-year-old woman hur-I many other racketeers too num- i many advantages, and be more ideas in regard .to lowering the I State Attorney T. E. Duncan filed ceptable.In Friday in Lake-Butler,': .
rate of other recreation-minded act- *
: juvenile
economical l to operate than the delinquency by .
information for assault with intentto At the time of Godwin's "
longer be able to work. His sav- tying down the road, she went to e.ous to list. I ion night the Commission murder
Junior Clubin Monday
organizing a
vibrator type previously specified. Deputy
ings were mostly from raising 2<; what was wrong. On learning What can the unsuspecting do I murder. Brown was subsequent- authorized its to ask Heroux was serving a 25-yeaR
the attorney
IS I
Arthur R. Melvin county.
communications .
strawberries product of many cf the robbery, Mrs. Ernest Raul- to protect themselves from these Iv suspended pending outcome of Container Corporation for an sentence for armed robbery irf

long hours in the field, setting erson stopped a neighbor Nathan vultures? officer with the JacksonvilleCD .. the charges against him. Miami, and was also under. 9 23?
office, agreed to help the city easement on a one-acre site for a
cut plants, hoeing, mulching, Harold Starling who called for I The answer is obvious. Dealj Two Motor Courts Others filed against were: D. year Federal sentence for robberyof
Cypress
boat-launching ramp on
I draw set of
up a new specifications -
picking, packing, and hauling the the:: sheriff. o Jy with persons who are and resubmit for CD ap- E. \t\vrisht: Lawtey brother of I'Run at the north end of Sampson two Kansas banks in 1951. :,

fruit to market. Deputy Dolph Reddish investigated I or those who can provide references He killed Godwin with a gun
proval. He said it would take at the injured man; Bill Forsythe Lake. It was" stated that the ramp
Their son, Ernest lives on a the affair, but there was that can be checkedDon't I smuggled to him in prison by-11itwife
Warren Van Prescott. would be built funds provided ,
For J. C. Jr., by
:east six weeks to get the change Go
farm that joins the homestead on little to go on, except for a coupleof expect to' get something made, but the City is in no hurry $$246,400 Robert Browning and Arthur Pa- 1 by the Game & Fresh Water Fish Ruth Staffa (remarried )but-
the farm the public never actually divorced from Hersouxl ;
the south. He works off footprints, which were protectd foi nothing. Generally
anyway, since it must wait for tray, all of Staike;L Clifton Collins Commission if the county builds a
but day he and his wife orchildren : from rain until casts were !sets what it pays for, and those I ). The slaying climaxed a fan
every the new budget year in order to The sale of two Starke motor :and Junior Carter both of Mac- graded road to the site. State Road I
go by to help the old taken later by Deputy Russell who try to take advantage of, fantastic Continued
make, financial arrangements for' courts recently totaled $246,400 etenny. y [ On Page 61] Continued on Page 6]
rulks with their chores. Redding. bargains all too often get
toe purchase. Melvin said that CD I according to the deed transact-
Shortly after lunch on Feb 4, a Even the exact amount of mon- stuck.If .
funds earmarkedfor I filed the clerk's office ,
matching: were .ons at county "
gray, new-model car drove up the ey was in doubt, for although it I anyone asks to "bless" your the City and would remain on February I. s,,: w tt I

short lane leading to the Rauler- was given as 1800. later Mrs. [Continued On Page 6] .. R"
available until June 1961. The uuue Motor Court at; Hi
homestead. A man was driv-
son On advice of the city's en- N. Temple was sold by' A. and C.Associates .

lug and after he stopped at the gineers, Council approved pur- of Orlando and Albert .

house had "dark, a short around, stout her woman eyes, who and Bribery Laid i ii Chamber Offers cnase; of a $1,500 "scrubber" to and Ruby Sappenfield to WilliamJ. .

clean natural gas before it passes and Sara Ann Brown from rr -

:Sorehead her, and head"wore got a black out and rag : :through the distribution system Cornelia, Ga. for 131400.. r ': TfrI; I -
around
i Co! Kirkman
went up to the house. i To SpeedsterBy Cash Prizes now under construction.At Bradford Motor Court, locatedon Inspects .

herself Chairman Randal Chitty'ssuggestion U. S. 301, was sold by Malcolmand
identified
The woman

us an Indian healer end, on gain- I it was decided meeting to defer -': Elizabeth N. Pownall R. Den to Raymond for- New Patrol Station Here l7lft.rr1
ing admittance, asked Mrs. Raul- DeputyThomas For Trade Slogan : until the next regular L. and Mary Y5 '
would from
to get the family Bible. action on a resolution that 5115000. The. Deneys are : .. aw
erson I I create Starke Housing Authorityto Green cove'Springs.;
The "healer" read parts of the ,I I
Raulersonand Randolph McCullohs, A $50 savings bond is being offered administer any low cost rental
old: Testament to Mrs.
as first prize by the Starke- project that might be undertaken
Daisy, and then announced J2. Columbus. Ga. service station Cong. Matthews
the Bradford County Chamber of in the future. Chitty said he had ,
that there was a snake in operator, is free under bonds totaling -
Commerce for the best slogan to ben advised that it would be better
house, and that she would rid ( after being charged Asks Re-election @
: $850 '!keynote a "Trade At Home" campaign to adopt the resolution and '"'- .

them of it. with speeding and subsequent I to be launched soon by appoint members to the Authority ; Ii,: J';

She then produced a crinkly :, bribery of a Bradford County law Starke merchants. Second prize at the same time. : Congressman D. R. [Billy] Mat- ','FA'.iJ

piece of paper supposed to repre- enforcement officer. j'I winner will receive a $25 bond. Council took under advisementa thews announced from. his Washington .

Decision to sponsor the contestwas group insurance plan for city office this week that he : 1hJr [ 'U! ._<;.:"i
Reddish
Deputy Sheriff Dolph '
reached at a meeting of CC employees presented by L. C. will be a candidate for reelectionto ; ":--", h
James ;
said that he and Deputy "
FISH FRY for directors last week in response to Smith and Dick Quade of Gulf Congress from the Eighth Dis r :1..-.:"j r;
McCullohs
Hamilton stopped "
a request from several merchants Life Insurance Co. The proposed i .i_ 4 5 y3 GvLI

Friday, Feb. 19 speeding; on State Road 100 south The for a campaign to stress 'the importance plan would offer life insurance to trict.A r-sident of Gainesville.Mat- :.,. "..:t
night
: Starke late Friday .
I-Georgian was on his way to the of trading at home In employees at 78 cents per $1,000. thews has served more than seven 3 J 4 ,>.

order to build the community. City executive officers would be years as representative: from E
5:30 tq 7:30 Daytona Beach races and was .
|driving a late 'model Karmann- The slogan ',U" limited to 10 insured for $9,000 and other em-, this district.-.Among other assignments i .,.

I words or less and entries must be ployees for 3000. The plan would he is a member of the important .s .'
Chia hardtop .at 70 miles an hour -j
High School.. Cafeteria_, I submitted to.the Chamber of Commerce require 75 per cent participation House Committee: on Agri- ,. ': q
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Reddish reported
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\ by noon. March 15 Entrants by all employees to be effective. culture. > :

Adults. $1.00.Children'. ; < ., The Bradford'deputy said he .must ,be 15 years or older. Extension'of a power line to the :,

j : approached the.car and was offered For convenience, the following site of Don Champion's proposednew 1 j.;
50c to "forget" the arrest. Two QualifiedIn .
$10
blank may be used in entering the home on Thomas St. was ap- ""

Proceeds Benefit The offer was ignored Reddish j contest: proved. Council also agreed to extend -
CourseJames
t'. 1 ., (said, and Tie; brought McCullohs ... a water line sufficient to Outboard ...

J Senior Trip i back: to Starke where the time$10 bribe with \; Date hH. tike care of the home but not T Jimmy Moore, own- ,;:,
" offer repeatedThis
was the nursery) if not more than 200
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Deputy Hamilton as a witness 1 er, and Butch Smith of Sun \
To Chamber of Commerce feet of pipe is required. Cham-

This Space Contributed Reddish took the money,then arrested .Starke. Fla.Suggested -. ; on's request for sewer service Sports have qualified as'factory- 41-_ E YI; -

McCullohs for bribery.As was denied because city finances rained outboard- mechanics after \ __ TiTi --

Weekly to Publicize McCullohs was posting bond Trade At-Horned-slogan would not stand the cost at completing a training course at --- ;

Community Events by l$800 on bribery charge. $50 for . . ,". .'. ': '".':-s-.1\: .... .'!"". this time, it was saicL the Sarasota service school con- Col. H. N. Kirkman, director of now under construction on U. 8. of the new station. and said It

COMMUNITY speeding! Reddish asked if heiras .,ll'.r"V'. :I'J I ;' Surveyor M. G. McMillan was aucted by the manufacturers of the Florida Highway Patrol (left] 301 Inorthl, Troopers Jimmy would' probably! be dedicated..aome
THE authorized to forward with
go time
convinced that the law was : : : : : : : : : : : _. .. :",'::r-: : : : : survey work prior to the" city's Mercury outboard motors. :j and Senator. Charley E. Johns ,, Hlls and Carlos Musgrove look in building AprilThe radio equipment. '

STATE BANK enforced in Bradford County. The '" ". ',. obtaining easements from Call Special emphasis was given in conferred with contractor Ernest a!on at right. $Jld other facilities,-represent r

I was Reddish rep rted.I Street property owners to run na- the course, to. latest techniques Triest last Friday morning over cot Kirkman expressed hima
answer yes. My name . . : I. .. j I total outlay of around $45,600"< ,
OF STARKE I McCullohs bond is returnable :. __ tural gas pipelines through alleys developed in servicing. ,_ .outboard J I plans,for the patrol's new station self as well pleased'with progtessCol. Kirkman said. .<**

t"n Feb. 24 plea day. Address : : '...' p ... . at the rear of the buildings., motors. 't'


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I jii4 Three one-act plays will.be presented DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral. Director
IN THE N 1dYSairs. j
by the Drama Club of BH3 Starke, Fla.

i tonight [Thursday in the Elementary Rental Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches
School cafetorlum at 8
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W. B. Mundy and Mrs. Joel Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hill have > p. m. Admission: adults.. 75 cents -
children 25 cents.
Wood of Starke Mrs. Norton of returned from Key West where
The three plays under the direction priiiisI
Brooker and Mrs. Lester Slade of lhey] celebrated their 62nd wed- FACTORY
of Patti Carlson speech
Hampton are attending the Southern .ding anniversary on Feb. 13. On
instructor, will be: The Amateur
Baptist State Sunbeam work. that date they were privileged to I
Talent Show Just Before the I ONE QT. OR GAL OF PAINT
in Gainesville on Thursday: down in submarine.Mrs. .
shop go a '
I P.om and Master Pierre Patelm-
and Friday. .. Jack Siemer and Mrs. O. )

Miss Vida Jean Gentry, daughter F. Siemer, Sr. visited, Mrs H. F.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry: ,Booe in Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mrs. Tag Office Open I

portrayed the role of Karen in David Bachman and baby ; I;
the recent Wesleyan College production -I son of Belle Glade, former Starke f b t t .t: i j Alt{ Day SaturdayTax

of RHmpelstiltskin. She is!residents are Sunday to Friday
Collector J. R. Kelly states
a sophomore and a member oft guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell. all
II that his office will remain open
the Wesleyaffplayers.Rev. Mrs. Snell gave a coffee Wednes- S
day Saturday. Feb. 20. deadlinefor
and Mrs. R. J. Hall and I t day afternoon for her house guest. obtaining 1960 ,automobile One Qt. or Gal. of Paint
Mr. and Mrs. D. Johnson of Bob Benner Fred Snell. Bob .
Ciystau Springs Term., and Mr.' Williams, Ray Goldwire Mr. and Paz ., ., p ;gr license tags.Recent With Each Quart Or Gallon You Buy

and Mrs. R. J. Granger of New Mrs. Jerome Johns Johnny Kope-
York were overnight guests of Mrs. lousos George Ricks, Marion Har- Birth) Price Starts At $2.00 Qt. $5.98 Gal.

W. N. Johnson Saturday while jjngton, Mr and Mrs: Carl La- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Hulon Herndon of MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
visiting friends in Florida. mar Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Jan Mundorff son of Mr. and Abercrombie attended the Jaycee ti Lawtey announce the birth of a I 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. Tel. FR 6-7588

Mrs. Ronnie Mundorff of .Starke, convention at the Robert :Meyer Valentine Queen And CourtValentine daughter torn Feb.: 16 at Bradford .

recently starred as Androcles in a Hotel in Jacksonville last week County Hospital. I = _'_.. _:' _' :_3iL!' :: L-==: j .:: _==__-::.'
And The --- -- -
production( ,'of Androcles end. Queen Mary Harriett I day night. I
University in der, Diane Whitehead, Robbie
Lion at Qglethorpe 3owell;: [center sponsored by ,the Members of the
Replace your old sewing machine i court representing Capps. Standing [1-r]: Judy Hai-
Atlanta. belt with a new Singer Belt FFA Chapters is pictured with her; candidates sponsored by
from Denmark Furniture ,Co. U court at the annual Student I':other school clubs and slop Janet Johnson Norma Jean T
groups
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'* Council Ballin Punish, Virginia Erwin Sally '
# -- - "' -- Mr.,and Mrs. R. E. Gahagan and sponsored Valentine ,are: seated [ll-r] Patricia' Star. '
two sons of Bluffton S. C. spent the Starke armory last Satur-(!liul!. Sonya Hunter. Pearl Laven- Sink Carole McRae. 1.

Frtorida the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Confined with flu the past week Mrs. Earl P. Fountain has returned Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visit 1 :: 4
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Mattie
Gahagan.Mr. have been Mrs. Logan Baldwin to her home in Biloxi,.Miss: ed in St. Augustine and Palatkaon
and Mrs. Comer Perryman Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, the after two weeks visit with her Sunday. ,
and Mrs. Roberta Nelson of Jack- Charlie Cowen family the J. R. Mrs. I '
mother R. A. Thomas. Mrs. Owen Vaughn Mrs. Henry
nfl
\ sonville were weekend guests of: Wainwright family. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Fred Graudon was hpstess Stefanelli and Mrs. Robbie Shaller I + I >} ;\ (
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perr 'D1an. Paul Raymond Dolph Reddish, to the
monthly dessert-bridge club were in Jacksonville on Wednesday -
Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mrs., J. B. :Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs.
Theatre Tuesday evening at her home.! attending the Spring meeting.
Sapp, Mrs. Bob Haislop and Mrs. Hollis Knight. Mrs. J. M. Vickers Two '
tables of
bridge were en- i of the Board of Directors of the % ;
Jake Sapp visited Owen Dyal Jr. Jackson v > .
has laryngitis and the Bill joyed. St. Augustine Deanery in the -
'. '. in the Lake City VA hospital on family has had bad colds and little }fro and Mrs. L. D. Smith and I Florida Bank clubroom. cYYA

SAT.. FEB. 20 Monday.Mrs. Ricky Jackson has an infected ear. daughter Beth were in Daytona i Mrs. Delphia White returned to ,.' ,
t C J. Houpt was in Lakeland Mrs. John Love' Wilkes has I Beach on Sunday visiting Mr. and her home in Jacksonville on Satur- 1M Q

t 1st FeatqrepDMAYO'ffBRIEN Wednesday to Friday visit- spent the past week in Jacksonville -Mrs.. Olin Graves. day after several weeks visit with \ q; .

'vleu ing relatives. with Mrs. R. R. Thede and]I Mrs. R. A. Thomas has gone Mrs. Laura Colley.Mr. .
-ImsiN .
Mrs. Carrie Ward had as weekend Mrs. L. L. Roane. I to Winter Park to visit her daughter and Mrs. J. D. Smith and 4e' e;

[ guests, her nephew Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith I Mrs. C. M. Fowler for two daughter Judy of Tampa spent .'
I Sons of the Revolution
Baker Mrs. Sadie Norris, and Mr weeks. frounces Tavern-1783 Courtesy-
..1r made a business trip to Savannah, the weekend with Mrs. Laura
and :Mrs.
Reg Durmond of Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Tison.
Mitchell Canada who were en. on Tuesday.Mrs. family are moving from Kingsley Extra Bobbins save time-Stock: 6 'rete'lC
route to South Florida. Emma Pinner of Cleveland &jh7ii M
Tenn. is spending several Lake this week to their new homeon ip with Singer Bobbins at Den
Purchase any model of Singer Searing street.. mark Furniture Co. tf

Sewing Machine at Denmark weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert :Mr. and Mrs. Alvin T. Gene Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand :_::' . was really but "au revoir"; for he is still with ,, ..
Furniture Co. if Thomas. spent the weekend with her son- daughters Anne and Betsy

in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.. were in Orlando Saturday and us, in spirit, his character and courage a death >

ADAYLITE Bradford Locke in Jacksonville.Dr. Sunday as guests of Dr. and Mrs. all
SHOP less example to succeeding generations.
.W ARNERCOLORau. w AT and Mrs. G. Van Stephens of H. B. McLendon and Mr. and Mrs. .. '.._...' yi
ffuw "! .*** -, ,j CO-OP STORE Raleigh N. C. were overnight Charles Meister -on the occasionof ,. .
IN OBSERVANCE OF WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY, OUR BANK:
guests Monday of their niece,' Mrs. E. S. Matthews' 87th
2nd. Feature MI'S CASH SUPERETTEFOR Mrs. W. N. North. birthday anniversary. ,. WILL NOT TRANSACT BUSINESS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, ':

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hixon and Mr. and Mrs. George Hugginsand .r .

2Gt'teabqfafII1IIII children of Savannah, Ga. were, family spent Friday and ,
$ -
1911EWElt weekend guests ot'Mr. and Mrs.i Saturday at the Tampa Fair and I
sTUE THESE J. R. Hixon. They all visited Silver I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-

GIRL Springs on Sunday.Mr. win Wallace. : '

EID and Mrs. Wayne Haines Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. FLORIDA
1t0 CSNT 1 0 1 : and family of Waldo' have moved W. Kincaid returned last ThursaYJrQm -
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into their new home' onRaiford 0 Tampa where.they visited < ,, '" "' -'- ''- -, .

: ;: : LPT road.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and __ _____ .:I.A.M K ;TLt..S.'lAJ\ :;'=-.-' ''' .-;. j --t't

Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil H. M. Hatcher and children also attended the Tampa Fair and ONE OF 21 IAN KS Of THE FIOK'O' )*NATIONAL CHOUf MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COM, ,
Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatcher -I Gasparilla Ball on Tuesday eve-
in Orlando on Friday and
ning.Mr.
671 W. Madison Phone WO 4-9231 Saturday while Rev. and Mrs. L. and Mrs. W. W. Sellers of
D. Haines were at Altamont Burlington N. C. were weekend
guests of Mr. and Claude.
Springs. Jbj.

Open 7 Days A Week 8 to 9 Gene Shaw of Macon Ga. spent Crowson. .
Cartoon: Hot Rod, & Reel the weekend with his mother Mrs.
. .. Frazier Shaw. Seniors Sponsor. Save Now! Offer Limited!

SUN., :AU N., TUES._ & WED. Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat Fish Fry FridayThe
v i POTATOES
10 Lb Denmark Fnrnitur Co. tf
:"' 39C
Senior Class of BHS will
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Jones of
FMNK '1 GINA"--- GEORGIA RED Keystone Heights and Mr. and sponsor a fish fry from 5:30: to
Mrs. Willard Pass 7:30: p. m. Friday Feb. 19, at the
1 INA1IA J.OllOlIIGlIII were Saturday
TOMATOES "lcan iOc evening supper guests _of Mr. and high school cafeteria. Adults $1; .
R Mrs. Inman Green. children 50 cents; drink and dessert a
I extra. Profits from this event
Mrs. Lucile Davis l
was in Gainesville
SNYDER will be used to help finance the Hi
over the weekend with her
I"enior aQ1teof
CATSUP 14 Oz. I2V2C son-in-law and daughter Mr. and trip r i

Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr.
CARD OF
THANKS
:Mrs. Pearl :McCaskill of Jack-
ROUND PKG.PREMIUM.
'
sonville was a weekend guest of Our heartfelt thanks to all who
r SALT 6C Mr. and Mrs. P. D.' Fancher.Mr. mended comforting sympathyand q
and Mrs. Woodrow
Thomasand help In our recent sorrow. For
family of Brooker were Sunday *
QUARTERS he beautiful service floral 9ffer-
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.YYYW ftr visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
ings and other kindnesses we are /
r SUPERIOR OLEO Lb Pkg. I2V2C Faulkner.J. deeply grateful. The C. R. Scog- 44W NG

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Maurice Edwards Sr. left gins family

Tuesday. Feb. 9, weeks'
ta1ELRRI.IKICIRMCartoon on a five
I JELLO All Flavors 7c business trip to Phoenix Ariz.

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Miss Barbara f'Yb
Blankenship spent qy ,, 4. o F,
: Tell Tale Heart the, weekend at Silver Springs
where she attended the Christian CAP

THURS. & FRI. TOILET TISSUE Roll. 6C Youth Fellowship Planning Ses- BEv..

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sion.Owen Alvarez and Bobby. i7' yMy+ 'W,.
Sapp
1st. Feature itT; .
33 BLEACH / Gal. 25 who are at Camp Rucker Ala. '

for four months, were home for f\2'-A 'A-V

the weekend. ,
HERSHEVS 1
Walter S. Vanderlip of Decatur .

SUft, R' 5Lbs- 29c Ga. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ) Ii EXTRA,FIRM 837 MATTRESS
Harry Mooty from -
With $5.00 Food Order Thursday tp
Sunday while on business in this, : with Decorator Print Cover,plus all the
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section of Florida; REGULA' :; ot( features, the regular 837. Choice
.
WHY BUY Mr. and :Mrs. Ben Mizefl and '14: of Double or Single Siz e Mattress or
family attended the Golden Wedding i ii i *1 '
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Cp TOUGHMEAT FIRM ''-., ,,. Bo1tSpr
+R Anniversary of Air; and Mrs. WE RE-CAP llg.54995

Elwood Tompkins in Raiford Sunday .. ., .. ..
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afternoon and also TRUCK TIRESFrom i'ii:_.... .
REEF STARRING visited
"SHE CODS OF SHARK : Mr. HANDSOME DURABLE STRIPED TICKING --->"-- -- -' ''' -- '
Den Duiinflls Mootell'Bill Cord YOU CAN'TEAT r and'Mrs. L. H. Peeler in Jackson
AN AMERICAN-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE& ? 7.50 x 20 Thru CHOICE OF TWIN OR DOUBLE SIZE MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING!
;. ville.Mrs.. .. 10.00 x 20
Y. A. Harris of Gainesville -
2nd. Feature spent the weekend with her daugh STOP TAKING PRESSURE ASSEMBLY of 837 Spring Steel Coils add

tens Mrs. H. L. Speer Mrs. G. J. CHANCES e Strength and Firmness.
I
\VIDiViSIOt{ NECK BONES Lb10< McGriff Sr., and Mrs. Lex Green
_. and families. WITH WORN MAIONE-CLIMATIZED.No Odor from Dampness or Mildew. &i, ... rI

,"'!>-.-- '---' Alethea Fortunas of Apalachicola TREADSLet .. I Construction Free from moisture retaining materials,.. '"..'..<
Lb .
SPARE RIBS 39- is spending several "iI' **'
days with
Us Your '
Re-Cap PRE-BUILT BORDERS, multi-needle side-stitched to .
1 her grandparents. Rev and Mrs.I Tires For Economy And
1J R. E. MacBlain. f prevent sagging edges. .&;, ->,

J BEEfSLIYERL". air and Mrs Gar :Mathewswere 3 Safety! .'* 'CLIMATIZED is a registered Icbel,-and Only-,'.'laon! ;r ,;

39' Sunday dinner guests of I Dealer For / Mattresses are Climatized. '
Mr. and Mrs. .Bruce Mathews in

Gainesville.Mrs. I t NEW DUNLOP ..'
HAMBURGER Lb- Annie HoUingsworth has I TIRES "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
49 had as guests, Mrs. Bill Baxley of
\
Jacksonville on Saturday and Mr.

..t, ,, '(;, ."" .." -" -- .Afr, SIDE land Mrs. T. J, Strickland and L STARKE DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY
\ SMOKED A. B. Cellon of Gainesville, .
I itfcSGHT CF WE BLOOD BEAST:STARRINC BACON Lb 25C on Sunday. j jMr 1I

IN ttHitel AKE2_ Emmt, itunMIONALPICTU1Cartoon. Aajtfc! 6rsemt.Job Bar t Wilmington. and Mrs.Dela.Lloyd will H.be Lewis Thursday of,I I RE-CAP GO. OF (( j|: STARKE .:


: Surf Bored We Give and'Friday[ guests of Cot and I Temple Ave..

....'. .... Family Stamps MrS: T. T. Long while enroute to j Phone WO 4-0221 434-446. West Call St.. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke, Florida

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;firMn a a. everyone. Enjoy energy-packed
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Mrs. Jane Lowery ., Super Sue ice cream often.
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Is Honor Guest I I ki. .." hstslffh It's super.goDd-it's superior.
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At Bridal ShowerMrs. I ., .. ; 'I Li


Jane Lowery, whose mar- d
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rtpge to Harold L. Gay of Gaines- :i
nlle will be an event of Feb. 27at :y1 .
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the First Presbyterian Churchin _
Starke was the inspiration for vg.P 1Ji ; I

a lovely bridal shower Friday k 1 I

evening, Feb. 12. The party was tAU
given at Mrs. Lowery's home 403 t
Officers of Eastern Star she presented a Worthy Matron
Jefferson street, by Miss Leona Eastern Star Officers InstalledJohnson
; ter 224 were installed in Chap-I I pin to the chapter to be worn.
Gornto and Miss Michael Renfroeof
pressive ceremony in the this year by her mother then
: Keystone Heights. Gainesville, Installing An impressive program was
Temple on Feb. 1.Pidul'ed passed on. to each succeeding
The. refreshment table was love- above are the new of- Grand Marshal; Lillie Morgan, given by the new officers as they Worthy Matron.
1) with a center arrangement of Iduma Parham. Electa; "launched the ship of state"
ficers and visiting officials who Chaplain. Florence Rigby who was ill on Popular HavenCow,Cups,Unit,family M-GoOtxu
p.nk camellias. The gifts were presented a : Ruby Hayes, Marshal; Gladys Edwards around the altar, giving their .
installed them: Feb. 1, was installed as Estheron 0
; to the bride-elect in a gay- q'a Martha; Inez Hamilton, pledges for the year. .
First row ((1-r) Vincent Brice Feb. 15. Cleo Harley, Past
ly decorated blue arid white box Conductress Irene Johns, Green )!
4 Y and Verna B. Brice, Installing I ; Alma Outlaw and Clara Hazen Matron served as installing of-
centered with a blue umbrella. GJ and Officers, of Gainesville; Eva Cove Springs, Grand Organist. presented Past Matron and Past!ficer, and Ruby Hayes Past
Games were enjoyed by the 12 Third row. ((1-r) Esther Hall Patron jewels from the chapter I serVed'as
Gentry, Worthy Matron; J. L. Matron, installing
guests during the party hours. DolanRobertsEngagement I. Grand' Chaplain; Henrietta Hunt, I rI
Gentry Worthy Patron; Mildred to their father and mother, B. T. marshal. I i
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Organist; Mazella Hurst, Ada; and Sue Thomas, who have just I observedat
ToldMr. Woodburn, Ruth; Louise Harden, Obligation night was
Elks Wives To Hold Associate Matron; E. W. Hayes, Margia Bryant Warder; Irma Bu- completed their year in the East. the Feb. 15 meeting with an I fl

Canasta SeriesElks and Mrs. Patrick F. Dolanof Associate Patron; Hal B. Hamil- I I ford Treasurer' ; Dorothy. Alvarez, Mary Laura Johnson read a let- impressive program during which
Secretary Catherine Sihgletary, ter from Vida Jean Gentry, daughter -
Stamford, Conn. announce the ton Sentinel. I ; 26 mebmers and officers took part

wives will hold a Canasta engagement of their daughter, Second row (l-r) Mary- Laura]I!: Associate Conductress.-- of J. L. and Eva
. party In the club rooms on the Myrna Lou Dolan, to William
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First Baptist WMU BPW Meeting 'Held Library GrowthIs CARD OF THANKSOur / I Ir
first and third Tuesdays at 8 p.m. Van Roberts, son.of Rep. and Mrs. { i

Ail wives of Elks are invited to Clarence. A. Roberts of Lake Butler Sets ActivitiesFor At Gilhooly HomeMrs. t' Program TopicAt heartfelt thanks to all who

attend. ; extended comforting sympathy
t
p
I Miss Dolan is a graduate of the Next MonthA Martha; Bales presented a Club aid help in our recent sorrow. --

Sacred Heart Academy in stam- program on International Rela- Woman's For the beautiful service floral '
ford and St. Vincent Hospital covered dish supper was served tions at the monthly meeting of offerings, and other kindneSses
'Members of the Starke Woman's \
in the recreation of the
D EBIC School of Nursing in New York room the BPW.>> club* Thursday evening we are deeply grateful. The family ) \ ____
City where she is on the staff. First Baptist Church when the Club were brought up to i,' .
cf last week at the home of Mrs. pf W. M. (Mitch] Edwards. /< ,-
STARKE FLA. Mr. Roberts graduated from monthly executive committee Mike Gilhooly. date: en the expanding programof _
Uuion County High School Lake meeting was held Tuesday, Feb. 9, Miss Madge Middleton, president the Bradford County Library _

Sun, Mon., Tue, Feb 21-22-23 Butler, and attended the University at 6 p. m. The Valentine motif presided over the meetingand at; their regular meeting Wednes-

"Subway In The Sky" of Florida in Gainesville was used in decorating. Mrs. rate Dyal reported or. day, Feb. 10, in the clubhouse.
During the business session, ''
where he was a member of Sigma the Workshop held in. Tallahassee 'Operation Library" was inhaige 1 .
Van Johnson Hildegrade Xeff
Alpha Epsilon fraternity.) He is I conducted by the president, Mrs. Jan. 16. Mrs. J. D. Doyle reported of Dr. Florence Jennings, r'
The Of I James A. Griffin a goal was set Chaiimah
Legend associated 'With Pan Atlantic on the District meeting of the Education Department I

TOM DOOLEY Steamship Corporation in New for the Annie Armstrong Offer- held in Jacksonville, Jan. 31. who urged members to
'
ing, March 7-11, with prayer pro-
York City. Mrs. Gilhooly and co-hostess. participate in the Friends of theLbrary
..Michael Landon, Jo Morrow gram beginning each Monday .-.
A June wedding is being plan- Mrs. Dyal carried out the Valentine movement which is being -
Pius Color Cartoon For Kids ced. |Thursday and Friday at 9:30 a. theme in decorations and re- organized.Dr. Atad.t 1C45 A
m., Tuesday at 12 noon and Wednesday Jennings introduced the

Wed., Thur., Feb. 24-25 regular Prayer Meeting at freshments. guest speaker. Miss Verna Nisten- J VMf Deep-WeII Thrift Cooker has aocurat.IJ.me.sur}
EDGE of FURY j. W. Killians 7:30: 'p. m. The schedule was announced derk. director of the Extension
Mrs. M. F. Hazen Intermediate MYF heats for reelPe-Perfect soups and stews.
$Michael Iliggins( Lois Holme Observe Golden by Division for Florida State Library, f -

-PL1.TS- prayer chairman.The Has Valentine who commended the local club as e Deep Well Thrift Cooker ratable Oven liming clock and minute timer
Wedding Anniversary Indians t in the PartyThe
on
program well as other clubs throughout the
fourth suitor unit hold big 6 olu-
The Inn Of The : qt. f F"{width star dratr bottom
Panama Canal Zone was presented Mate: for' promoting library facilities -. miiwmuok ap on \
Ideal for
Mr. and Mrs James W. Killian ty Mrs. L. G. Powell, general program Intermediate Methodist soups,slaws, plus utond compartownl on side
SIXTH HAPPINESS I i| : and assisting in- theirpro- canning,sterilizing bottlt.Co
entertained Tuesday evening Feb.| Youth Fellowship' held a Valentine -
chairman, and Mrs. 'PaulI
I gress. Individuals could help in Easy cleaningdoy."p. surface.
Infrld Bergman, Curt Jurjen 9. at the Towne House in Wayne Raymond who introduced artists party Saturday evening in aid- foitod'tecipelieofsurfanuningiwa! sorbbak.andbroilunite
I i I seeing! that future' financial is V remove
Plus Color Cartoon ::vifle, N. C. in celebration of from various circles. Those showing Fellowship Hajl. you accuratelx meowr eel heat at Ihei,
their 50th wedding anniversary.Mrs. I I The Valentine'' themeprevailedin forthcoming by contacting theirlegislators' touch of a button for recipeperfectNoDrip cook top handy cppft.rewlh .
| and giv'ing .J
drawings on posters .. ...
Fri. Sat., Feb. 26-27 Killian is the'former-Miss!I' scripture verses and information the decorations'Tjrfth' .:red( Said :3-Miss' Edith, she BloOm stated.f, Regional nr ,- .....,. ., --1; every time wee outlet,lighted back pawl

The Saga Eva Truby of Starke. daughter of covering them were Mrs. Ed white crepe paper. streamers :and Bookmobile Librarian: ,delighted I i lit paysyouwenAs Handy pushbutton conro?$

the late Mr. and Mrs:J. M. Tru- Tenly Mrs. L. D. Haines Mrs. eupids and; red: Valentines. decor-" the group, by..relating-:.incidents ( though you cared) Super"2600"hip.eeI surface unit $2.2S
Of Brown
Hemp by who were among the early Myldred Cuttino, Mrs. A. R. Nor- ating pointy of Interest... Red and showing the effect of the Bookmobile to keep your heater e Super-Oven cools banqu t-siz mead

Beverly Garland John......,Larch residents of the. community, mov- map Mrs. L. H. Jennings. Mrs.,white decorated cup,cakes on the on' .the reading habits of Well repaired .. PER WPFKDISCOUNT ". ,,
"BUT NOT FOR ME" ing here from Pennsylvania in the Neal Lyons; and'Mrs J. E.Hilde-1 I refreshment able'furth r carried.. the new members, and told of"the i -
1880's. Mr. Killian ,retired out the theme. Are. hurting for a
recently bran. Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. you really food
service it renders.
I special;
)Park: Gable, Carrol Baker alter many active years in 'busl- S. L. Peek Jr. also took part. The 25 members and their Assistant Bookmobile Librarian plumber? Look no more. Freddie 25 ON

LUU Palmer, Lee J. Cobb ness and civic affairs of Waynes- Mrs. George Anderson gave the guests, enjoyed -games during the Mrs. Francis Love was:also | Is your man. Whenever the citizens %

Plus Color (Cartoon. For Kids vine.More devotional, and a trio number was party hours. present and took the club mem- of our town have plumbing BALANCE OF 1959

than 200 guests ,attendedthe sung by Mrs. Mike Sheppard Mrs. Chaperoning the group were bers on .a personal 'tour' of the troubles, Freddie Is on the spot.

anniversary reception of the Don Neel, and Mrs. Randal Chitty. Mrs: H, G. Bollinger, Mrs: L.: D. Bookmobile which was on display]I I I Call him; any time. HOTPOINT APPLIANCESPlus

1 Killians, who were married in the Circle MeetingsMrs. Whittle. and Mrs. R- E. Firth. beside the clubhouse..

Ae ts First Presbyterian Church of J. P. Dill gave a talk on Mrs.. Robert Green co-chair- I I Plus Trade Allowance
I
I Starke on Feb. 9, 1910. Stewardship when Helen Masters Beta Sigma. Phi man. was in charge of the book \

s Arrangements of yellow flowers Circle met in the recreation rooma exhibit set up'in the auditorium.The .
I > with gold candles were used in 10 a. m. Tuesday with 10 mem- The Beta Sigma Phi sorority tegular business meeting i ELECTRIC
Q UG t'J'f P 1I C TANK S f R YC F-
carrying out the golden wedding bers present. Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, held an installation of officers at held prior to the program, was Winkler

: Ar s theme in the Towne House dining program chairman gave the devotional their Feb. 8 meeting in the homeof presided over by Mrs. H- B. Pey- SERVICE

r-wm, where guests were received. and presented the pastor, Mrs Jim Bloodworth with Mrs. ton president. Members were asked -

The table was centered with a Rev. L. D. Haines, who gave an Ben Moxley as cohostess.Mrs. to support the Heart Fund 1
.95 bowl of yellow roses and snapdragon inspiring talk. David Montgomery, out- Variety Show as well as assist on't 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4.4081a

and candelabra entwined Mrs. L. Q. Powell presented the going president. installed the following Heart Sunday. I
s with gilded ivy. Golden ices and program topic "Unto God..u when officers: president! 'Miss Tea and coffee were served in

i cakes were served with punch Ida Darby Circle met Tuesday Louise Stern; vice-president Mrs. the sunroom from a beautifully ;: T

:und coffee. with Mis. W. F. Glen. Taking part'on Ned Yancey; recording secretary, appointed tea table overlaid .with ,

For this occasion Mrs. Killian the program were. Mrs. F. B. Mrs. Vie Frees;' corresponding a linen cutwork cloth. The Valen-! : I

were :a pink chiffon gown with Beard. Mrs. Jesse Newsom, and secretary, Mrs. Jim' Bloodworth; tine theme was used in the centerpiece -I

0 sequin trim, and a corsage of pink Mrs. H. L, Hough. The hostess served treasurer Mrs. Freeman'Register, composed of a large I ..I .' "
orchids. refreshments to 12 members nestled in an ? I I
\ Jr; extension officer, Mrs. T. E. fancy white heart .i SV ,
attenaing.I Garner, Jr. arangement of red gladioli. Lighted i .tq1' :

Altar SocietyThe I Recordings by Dr. Herschell The next meeting will be Mon- white tapers in silver candelabra .

I. ,Hobbs of Oklahoma City, and Alvin day evening, Feb. 22, at 8 o'clock at each end of the table ; ,. MEMORY

Dark,'big league baseball player D. Warren the setting. Mrs. S. W.I : ; I
Altar Society women of St.I at the home of Mrs. j. completed '.rf :
I Edwards Church will meet at 8 p. giving testimony of his Christian with Mrs. R. B.'Cauffman as co- Beckett presided at the silver ser- .\,..-,- l '
life were played by :Mrs. L. OF : '
vice.-
m. Tuesday, Feb. 23, in the rectory hostess. ; '
hall. ,D. Haines, program chairman. .1 .
Brownlee Circle met Tuesday .
j when -- .
with Mrs. J. B, Sapp. During the
THE RIGHT rOINY for the I social hour refreshments were "Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney"JIM

writ*. Come In and se.
way you served by the hostess to nine mem- "
Uat feet' your favorite ESTERBROOK TONEY HOMES $1095 and r.y DavisJt .
Mutt.Cycfr niter. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAM bers and one visitor. 1 Up ;1 : : :


WutafAutomatic Mrs. Green HonoredAt WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS .;: _t',," .

Herr Stork Shower See Our Model Home at Waldo, Florida '" ; (Former Owner .'. .' :L" .
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1 ButAb1.ILW20M 12 Miles South of Starke on ,U. S. 301 .

Dispenser Mrs Mary Lappe and Mrs. Don \ :" .

1/' OVWAU.DUG. Page stork shower entertained Friday at evening a delightful, Feb. ttT The Long Bridge Package Store ;''

MEA.j 12. at the home of the latter hon- Ait :., .. : : .

Get the Facts ,104SQ.tRPiaUMVIEWING oring Mrs. James A. Green. V ,
} AREA The lace covered refreshment .

-about KElVINATOR'S i table was centered with a life size .. f t"J F"" "f -.;

HtAVY-DUTY WASHING... stork at the base of which was a : '
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WILLL REMAIN CLOSED .
ruffle of pink and blue illusion in ; '

> Gentle It Won't( terspersedith white and pink "
.PtICEO rOITAUI TV :
NEW tU0OET I pompoms. Another stork graced ALL DAY THURSDAY, FEB. 25
-SMAIT COMPACT t rOWIUW 'n :
Tear Paper Napkin! the. stero in the living room. ,,
Power chassis assures longyean Appropriate games with prizes 1 -*? WILL OPEN AS USUAL .
1
r.f television viewing. Frame and refreshments were enjoyed by No Money Down No Charge For Travel ;. .,' ",

Bring YourWashing Grid Tube. 4-Wafer Antenna Cascade the, 32 ,guestsduring the'evening.. .-> ..:. > FRIDAY FEB. 26 \,
TunerMqi'c4Iast' ,
; 1 Anywhere In Florida Same Low PriceWe .i. '." .... :t..... .
To EynekVoim (MorealwMasala) J I .
ce' Garden Club "t'.'". ,.. : .f. ".

fpt'abr. Antique 159.95 We Use 2 X8 for Floor Furnish Mater' for _-'!"'f- : ,' -< .": '.'"
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Our Show White Will Meet Monday .
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"The Gardener With The Green Work and Finish I :
For AFREE We Use 2 X 6 for Ceiling

11I I i Thumb" will be the theme for the Framing, Not 2 X 4's. Houses that are Started. \ ( The Bridge Package Store"
Garden Club meeting Monday : : Long ,
evening at 7:30 o'clock in St. ,
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DemonstrationSHEPHERD'S I a Mark's Parish House. Model Home and Office at Waldo, 12 Miles South of ,
Hazen will present a
Mrs. M. F. ".
Starke Route 361. Call or write or come see JIM / -.' ; h
P.-ogram on house plantsHostesses on d r'T. On Route 100 11 Miles West of Starke ? I II
TONEY before buy ,home. Your business ap
will be Mrs. A. R. Nor- you any I '

r Joan chairman Mrs. W H Noll- preciated. Your credit is good at JIM TONEY'S. I )...' Owned and Operated by Frank. Laffan ';;'1.': :

man.: :Mrs. J. D. Seymour and Mrs. !
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editorial I d.. wggtd nor conflict: :,vith. any other: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Ernest Johns, and Kathleen sang
Mr. and Mary Cowart's mother, Mrs. Nix
.Mr
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Frank 'Brown of cnurch service. We would like; to Thomas on Sundae '- Carl Brown and Gale
HAMPTON Jacksonville visited here last, hear from .Martin of Houston, Texas visiting with
readers
> our concerning attended
lI\ and Mrs. John Benny the Associational
; \ Sappof Training -
her daughter and family. We wish
weekend with Mrs. -T, R Brown this matter._ ,
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i Daytona Beach spent the .Umon meeting at the Madison
By Mr*. D. C. lfi eni-oute to ,p\ytona Beach, .where,. Last week the high winds whipped weekend with Mr. Street, ,Baptist Church, Mrs. Nil a happy vacation in
DO J, Be A Sucker : they will be located for the'next, some of, our saplings around) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp's Sapp. parents, afternoon. Every young on person Sunday be- Florida: and: Invite her. to worshipat
411.UlALLULLLL4LAAL1aCity North Side.
two weeks: 0. much that our lights were offa Mr. Gerald Sugg's mother, Mrs. tween the age of 13 and 24 is
Once again the old "film flam" trick of "bless- Financial Report Visiting: here with'Mr.:and Mrs. shoit tim TM power went off W. L. Suggs of Baldwin attended urged to take'part in the organi- It was good. to See Mrs Nealy

ing" money, has been worked in Bradford Coun Shows Increase Over 1958 l<3on Sauls and family this weekwere a:. about (\,:3Q.in the afternoon. church services on Sunday night. zaton of a youth rally. The next Carter back at twoweekillne church services,

ty. This time it.is.. particularly disturbing be- Total receipts for the City of \ Mr. and"Mrs. Owen. Case THe report was turned in at 5 o'- Mr and Mrs. M. C. Roberts meeting will be held on Sunday after her recent family night will be
Jr. of Lochloosa, Mr.. Remember
cause the victimized couple was an aged and Hampton for the fiscal year ending and MtS.R. clock.and before 7-p. m. the power and son were guests of Mr. and Feb. 28, at Madison Street Bop: Wednesday. Feb. 24. at '7
G. Fetch and of ..rtei field on
family l
September 30. 1959.topped the has restored. We call this quick Mrs.. tist
infirm husband Ralph Odum for Church at 2:30
and wife who lost the supper on p. m-
savings previous and Pvt Charles W. Putch'homeon service. After the failure m. We don't want anyone to
sear by $400, while the power Thursday night. Mrs John and p.
of lifetime Cowart daughter
a to a glib, fast-talking !
woman "healer. aoiount paid out was nearly $1200 leave from the army Jim Strickland cut 62 saplings Mrs. Irene Odum spent last visited Mrs. Mary Cowart and miss this hour of fellowship and
She gained their confidence only to betray Intermediate GA''girl.! of that had
more. 'recently grown up along Wednesday in Baldwin visiting family on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. worship.
them.It In the financial statement for Hampton Baptist Church were the line; ,some of which had het father and friends; .!.
'is hard to understand, what with all the the year, completed last week by vests of the .Waldo Baptist GAs caused the trouble. Mr.- and Mrs Cauthon Padgettof
publicity that has been given his type of opera- C.1erkY.. H. Maxwell, receipts for at a meeting in Waldo on Mpn-: Yougan Padgett- came to' our Starke. spent Thursday with 10 PIECEBEDROOM.GROUP
tion, why people keep letting themselves be 1959 were $3303.50; and total dis- oay evening this week. house one day last week to haulM l :'Ir. and 'Mrs. John Cowart. -
uarsements. $3456.91. Balance Rev. Jack Mabry of Madison St >me:.posts fqr'us. When he" and
at
Our
victimized. ,One deepest sympathy is extended
reason, perhaps, is that those _
who. the beginning of the jlcal year Baptist, Church. in Starke was Jun went into the woods to get to the Carmichael family in _
usually are preyed upon are residents. was $1472.97; at the close of the gues!' speaker at' the, Hampton; the posts, they disturbed 'a great the death of their mother, knownto ci"One3Piece: ;
isolated areas: whose advanced years and failing year, $1319.56. Baptist: Adult' Training- Union social big, ."cotton tail.** Yougan was : her many friends
as.
vision", does not permit them to read accounts of As usual receipts from the cigarette l at the church here t last Friday wishing he had his gun with him Carmichael.On Granny

fcuch incidents, in newspapers and magazines. tax. $1564.18, were the lar- evening. Eighteen were present and when the men returned to the sick list this week are
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Being good people ,themselves, they do not suspect got single item on the income for the' devotional period Ycugan's car there laid his gun Mrs. Maude Hess. Mrs. Bobby
,the. motives_ of others, and are easily "taken side of the ledger. Franchise percentage games' and refreshments. (,11 the seat. Both men had for Turner, Mrs. White. Mrs. Evelyn
in." from Florida Power and Thirty-one Junior boys and girls, gotten was there and the rabbit Norman. Mrs. Moore. Ronnie Norman -

In this day of unending search for easy waysto Light Co. came second with attended the Baptist Sunday was at a safe distance by that Mrs: Rosier, Vada Suggs,
School
party at the church,.par
time.
59S.18;' an increase of approximately !
e make a "quick }buck) stranger who
any comes nonage
on Wednesday afternoonlast
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$20 over the previous year. Among the sick who could not
knocking at the. door with a proposition of any Itiad and bridge tax brought the week. Feb. 10.' .A fried chicken attend church services Sunday

kind should be regarded with the. utmost suspi- city $464 for the year;' other tax- supper was served, and a Val ) morning were Carson Griffis, Zet-
cion. Most of us hate to assume such a cynical es $243. Rents brought in $180, tine 'cake carried, out the holiday tic Pargett and Buddie Wilkinson.

attitude, perhaps; -but It is better to be cynical fines and forfeitures $152; mow- theme. There were also others who were .- Bedroom Suite

than sorry. And if the visitor has a legitimate in?, $50; licenses $44; and sale;, of fT111n'11n7R17 1 1t.. mussed The Sunday School attendance One..Innerspring Mattress '

product 'or proposition he won't mind a bit of galvanized roofing. $10. was the lowest that we t One .Box Spring .
Street lighting cost the city can recall.. There were 46 present + -
cross questioning or a request for references.But .
1602.53: for the, year, and street CLAY HILL and 36 of these were 100 percent One--Bed Spread .
all of the flim-flam artists don't come a- .
maintenance $302.33. Salaries add- members. The Adult Women won
knocking, of course. Many of them resort to ed $683.30.. and sanitation 399.75 fcj Mrs: J. L. iitrields4AAALLLALLLLAAiLAAAAAtLA. the banner.They: do not! gt this Two-Boudoir Lamps.

the easier means of contact-the mail order busi- Construction, maintenance, and, banner very often and 'we, are, Two--Feather Pillows:
ness. Men as well as women 'have betrn parted operation of buildings was the A' proud of-them. We hope all the Good Re "'*'

from. thousands of hard-earned dollars through. largest single cost $786.67; or Everyone enjqyed then Training: sick;:members will be well and able" 3 ALL FOR.
ONLY
so-called work-at-home schemes. broken down, this included $429.70 Union exercises on Saturday night t to attend services next Sunday. for theWhole .

Recently it was reported that. hundreds flf men for repairs to the jail and 1281.60for at Carson Griffis' residence' ,B@-. Most of, the sick persons in Clay ..
seeking to augment their limited incomes, by construction of the fire equip- *ides the instructions, everyone Hill have either a cold or flu. We Family'l
ment House at the rear of the seemed to find} ajl} the, chicken( : "ish' them alj a speedy recovery fr t .s
working in spare time, were victimized! y.a hall $SIA 95
city they could eat.
floor-waxing scheme. The men were required: to Other city expenses during the Charles'V1iitakei" of Jacksonville .'. T ............f.' ..News Save. .

purchase expensive flooi\\yaxing equipment on :year included commission$106.96; visited the Strtcklands- qf .
the promise they would earn as 'much, as\ $8 an tees $66.50; insurance [fire. work-4 Clay. Hill on''' Thursday Afternoonof NORTH SIDE facts $56.95 L
hour. Of course, none of them was able to'.make men's compensation and comprehensive last week.. This was 'the tirst t I i
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this kind of money and they were. left with, apiece ) $185; preparing.road and we have seen of qousin:,Charles'. :in. By( Mrs. John Cewart t. .. Family F Features F { .

of useless equipment.One badge tax statements, $5pj'pre-; : 1long, time. ,. &&.&4.&i&.A&... .&. ., .
housewife, told this story: "The salesman ;paring tax.rolls. $40;..fire protect- We learned'last week;that the1'enow ----* ----__..-_- SMALL: DOWN PAYMENT
im $32.50; repairs to mower, is -a good, graded, toad to'the 'The Northside, Baptist Church TN Christian Sci fit Monitor
left a sewing machine with me, though I said Ididn't ', called oM St, Boston No Carrying Charge
76.13; labor for mowing for out1 Padgett Cemetery The road was has Brother Gerald E. Norway 15, Mass.<
want it, and talked me into, signing a slip side parties $30. so rough at onQ time, that -it was Suggs; as their pastor. PastorSuggs Send your newspaper for,the turn.
which he_ sai to back in day, two and take like ,thank money order. I year $20 [Dft We Give jWT Green Stamps
promised come a or Municipalities were $25: donation weather, We are. now wondering' tq the;.members of the .Pnpnthslop '3"months J5 d
the machine' back if I didntXiJt: ; ) it. Instead, 1, to Hampton cemetery,U25; recre- how t long it' will be,before; we'cahave n, church for the privilege of serv-
got by mail a $340 sales. contract. : and.coupon? ation program [this included services" a the little country book from a finance company' and they won't IUiUling'and painting of benches church again, Mr. Strickland'' has hopes to fulfill the pastoral' ; quail, c Name HART FURNITURE CO
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even discuss the matter" which itere donated by.the M'th- been asked if he'will conduct services fications.Mr.!' .

Hpw can you help fighj such frauds? Especially oSist Church], $37.43and; beautification at least. once a month I on ; and Mrs. Carl Brown, their AodrejJ ,
program for fertilizing Sunday afternoons. The service cnildren and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy, Starke, Florida
when you have been, a victim and don't want shrubbery, $7.50. Tyer of. Melrose were dinner City Zone: $tote. '

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You: should forget your pride and. timidity, of ,for Both the'receipts city have and shown disbursements a steady v... ": ." ...... :: .,. ., -.r'

qpurse and help protect' yourself and your' increase for the last five years. In ';
neighbor by reporting! sJIch'incidents to the police comparison, for the year ending.
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or sheriffs. office; "the"post office. ((received September. 30 1954, total receipts .. YOU CAN'T B E A."t( :

by mail) ; or to other agencies that are fighting: were $1777, while for the last year ; :

these cheats.In they were $3 03. Disbursementsfor t ,. : _. __...,. ,=. ..:. :. _. ,'... : ';" :
the case of those who come knocking at,.the the year ending September 30, \'I- -,. \ .,

to door-be sure to keep them on the outside until 1954 were .1894.81. ; last year's ; : > ; : : _
3456.91.Personals ;F "" "
wet a $ 4IL :
you have. absolute proof, that their proposal is r .
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legitimate.If Mrs. T. E. Simmons of Chase ,, : Na t 1"t.G-.A" S'.h ;'
taken such incidentsas u r
these precautions are C ity.. Va. arrived in Hampton_ l last ; a
the one last week, in which an elderly couple week for a visit with.Mr.. and i.. _
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lost around $1,800 will be a thing of the past. Mi: s. R. O. Simmons, her son and -'( .' v
t daughter-in-law, and other relatives i .
j and friends here. 't' f/' : ." ,' .
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Movies Come To. Court : '. ', S' 'S : "
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Obtaining convictions of drunken drivers has ;week\ with her daughter and.lam-. .- .' .. .,.
been a distressing problem to the guardians of j il i y. .. "" ".
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law and order since the day of the horse andbuggy. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home spent .... I ,t: i '; !
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]last weekend in New Port., Richey \ .'>! ';:';
But the city of Tucson, Arizona has developeda with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams ;" > ,,.- .'

system that is described as "almost foolproof," .. .. __ s ,_ ..''h't .- '. ..: ,
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economical for almost any community afflicted : it'f; : : I'" o: r. ,}_

with'this menace to public safety. I! '
The Tucson police department is said_ to use WREN ) :f1. :: : ':
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a movie camera to record the actions of the DWI :0\

e suspect. The subject is asked to pronounce a MODERN, LIVING ;.>

number of reliable tongue-twisters and, if he YOU. : .

manages to get by that hurdle, he is required to :;:-

walk a straight line, close his eves while touch- >, '.., ,'
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ing the tip of his nose with his fingers,.and picka --;"

few coins off the floor. All of these actions and NEED And now is the time to apply for Natural Gas Service to htimc :

words are faithfully recorded on film and sound your -, } i

track. business! A .
or $5.00
The movies cost the city about $1 each and deposit- required.: c_: '
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are said to be admissabV as courtroom evidence. MONEY "

And under the new system, it is said, there is .

no record of counsel for the defense having I r Yes, now while, our. service.: ///?&' crews: are in Starke, we will instaT:: : '
entered an innocent plea for his client after being .

given a sneak preview of the film. SEE US ', *ne-service line from the. npain; ; fa hoseabsolutely: ; < ,

Every movie that saves an'expensive court trial 'fIE ; '; ; ; :.
would seem to be an excellent investment and it : :

is safe to say that the threat of being "starred"in ., '-. .. .
such a production should be a strong deterrentto '- -If '
anyone In the habit of driving while, intoxi- you are now is(ng L. P. Gas we will convert. your equipment use ;

cated. The anguish of the inebriated actor, 1- '
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striving to appear composed in the hard eye of LO AN S 4L fUqlG. pf; no, cost to. you. t:: : .

the camera to say nothing of his ensuing, con- -- ,
e viction and the official record thereof should '- 0 .

; sro a long way toward wiping out drunk drivingin UPTO ,- :, Soave; money call the City Clerk at the City Hall today and have
America, if the Tucson treatment could be

made universal. .* -. : your Natural Gas .
service link (installed - ? : .
FREE F
i --S $600 : .
While on the. subject of driving, we note that '

the Florida Conference of A AA Motor clubs

will support a bill in the 1961 'Legislature to : : W eflies YOM. flan to use Naturat Gas now, or at a later date let us

bring juvenile motorists into regular traffic *

courts done. "If instead they're of juvenile old enough courts to drive as is presently an automobile Folks Find Ut ;: A44t y.o4IS ",Cyice V ta(any ,how, wh.lq.. the wgrk. crews gr}; in your ne, iglu. '. ', .

they're old enough to face the music if Friendly" .' borhgo4 <
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something goes wrong while they're doing ,it," S .i"'f. .. .

is the logical thinking behind this measure._ LOCAL FINANCE .t : ..ffir.' :.- "'r ;. .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STSRKE: FLORIDA FAC.L; it: ,k"
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.-- I Ii : 'evVyt/Y- .1vvTywvv1T'r vv... m inttrv'igtnrcV "jTV agrnt, .it; Jus atjorjney. or .it will: I ;iuil decree: of dh'uN.e'entert'd, by ; ", < "!w,, ". '., e ,ir'u ;,& t,, .',
Funeral Tuesday \ j ji t""come void according to law. tie altOco rt on Auguest Is, -u. ins'th r.kr d ; hl.h.I ,: '
January it, 1960 lt:,., In said petition! the said Hilda j ...1 a"n' .
I Mcholas I'.nnato that said final de.Tte -I Pom .And (kll. red : ''' .
For H. B.. Wiggins BROOKERisy LOOP of the tst.t ilaillis.<>' .of Nick Administrator VIxiropulos, of divorce prays be modified and r.radfwd ('ou ah'. : .".. S'i..... "
I fit(' I A' i Br Verble Harrellau. I'. O. Box 321 Brook grille. Florida c Kjy and control of Barbara Ann SEAL) t
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CHURCH Of Hampton j\ Barbara sue Davis First publication on February 4th !hnmato. You are required to servea CHARLES AClerk D.\P.H\: '...:
1 Circuit Court
i .. Ai' IH. -opy of your answer or pleading
< AAA. LA A A&A&La LA AAAA A& && AA A- uu+ 2.4; 41 2':!5 1! .u.. said petition on petitiom-r's at- Pradford County, Fl_ 'da' i
.. leys. Adkins And Jenkins, 224: By Marian. Crosbt,'
Herman Burrell Wiggins. 80. retired : Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Taylor and The stady course in the ,Bookof S..uil-west E''ondvE'nuE', Gaineajvule. Deputy Clerk, a
'. :children Mr. and Mrs. Branem of TimoJiy,will-start on February OTI"ri Florida and file the original Adkins and Jenkins ',
-- t Hampton postmaster and !; Xotice is hereby given that I, answer or pleading in the office of Axtwrneys for Petitioned )
r ;! Palatka and Kenneth, Green of 17. Classes, will also be held on I Arl.e Broughton, who was ('on"lt'fIt \- I for "erk of the Circuit Court on :SJl SW Second AveaueMainesxille j
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church I foimer county superintendent of"" Wildwood were the weekend February 18 ,and from*February J m the Circuit Court of Bradford. I .,i before the 14th day of March, Florida "i.'
Public instruction, died at his 24 through 'County, Florida at the spring tern :s 60. If you fail to do so, judgment Sill; 4rl: S
March 3. Brother
'J raests of their parents Mr. and 1 thereof A. D. 1952. of the offense
Schedule for week of Feb. 21: Church School 9:45
Sunday : .
home Sunday: afternoon after an :Mrs. Roy Green. I Robert ,Cameron of ::Jacksonville <,? arson second-degree and senten- !
Sunday' Church School. 9:45 i. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m., '! I : ('.1 tnerefor to five years, will apply -
w-A1 be the teacher. is I .
extended illness. Miss Haiette Powell of Starke Everyone of '
for clemmoj and restoration
a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. "Saints and Sinners in Starke. : on'I yas the weekend guest of Miss. :nvtted to attend these classes. civil! tights to the State Board ofJ'jirdons YOUR MEMORIAL GIFT TO +.
Born in Alachua
Dine-A-Mite snack supper for Youth Fellowship p. m. Even- j County Rev. Tall&ha&st-e. Florida at
W. 'I
Linda Green. < M. sweat of Jackson-1
i ,MYF,6 p. m. Youth Meetings, 6:30: .ing Worship 7:30 p. m. Motion i Jan. 2, 1880, Mr. Wiggins taught I Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Mary vine Visited Mrs. Rachel Sasser,|jls nest regular-\rll meeting.ProughtonSIS The I

p, m, Evening,worship. 7:30: p. m. picture, "New Faces in Africa." I school for many :years In this1 I Qreen Mrs. Bessie Brown and' and Mrs.Mary Brown on Sunday. 1 I I ;; 5t 2''l! '
''Dr. Ida G. McConnell, graduate Women of the i BRADFORD COUNTY HEART UNIT
t Tuesday -
to his Linda .
area prior appointment as Mrs. Dave Green visited Mrs. R. Hopkins of Hampton was 1
''Of Asbury ,College and a worker ,Church meet, 8 p. m. t I I. The Circuit Court 'Of Florida "
the !
guest of OBran last
I K. Dukes Patsy
postmaster) at Hampton. He served on Wednesday afternoon ;
An Affiliate of The
:ainong the mountains of Ken-I Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer Kifthlb Judicial Circuit I.ad ,
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:in the King Memorial Hospital InLake Wednesday night. 1'or ttradford t'ountr, ,.
I as Bradford County school I
i tacky, will be guest speaker at the and Study service, 7:30 p. m. super- EuUer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen IB ('haar.,,.. NORTHEAST FLORIDA HEART ASSOCIATIONWill
;morning hour. Thursday Basketball vs Me- 'intendent from 1921-1928, and 1 Cake No. I2-X4S
I Mr. and Mrs.T.",W. Markfiy were Cameron and Mr. Cameion's mo- Frank Hamate. Plaintiff \.!I.,
Tuesday Annual. Blue & Gold thodlsts. Was a member of the Hampton I in Gainesville Tuesday afternoon ther.. Mrs. Frances Cameron of I H.Ida Dariatn. Defendant. Be Promptly Acknowledged To

.1 'Cab: Scout banquet.. Southside Ele- Friday Choir Practice] 8 p. Baptist Church. .l shopping. :, Jacksonville: were guests of Mi,1 1| NOTICE OF SUIT.
To Frank Damato, (''0 Mrs. 5laryiloike
mentary cafeteria, 6:30: p. m. I! !7/. Sunivmg are his wife. Mrs. Ida Leslie Green visited Mrs.' R. K! ..andMrs.. Jeff Smith on Sunday. ; :H:! Woodland Atenuv.ntagh The Bereaved Family.

Wednesday Prayer Meeting in I IMen'lJ I Dukes Tuesday afternoon ,in the Rev. and Mrs. Oiville Biookms i \\'.- Xe'- York.1'.uare ,
Hedges Chairman
Bible classroom 7:30 p. m. Wiggins: one daughter hereby notified that a VICTOR FREES I) H
At The TabernacleThe !hospital at Lake Butler. and daughter..LiAda"> visited ,their i petition for modification (>f f.nal;
In Mis. Mary Williams, Hampton; I' 809 West Cypress St.
.Prayer group
Thursday : Stanley Green of Wildwood and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 'ci.vree< has been filed in the above.Iled
"Ladies. Bible classroom 9:30: a.. m. Tabernacle and Chapel tnree son:, One A. Wiggins ', court in which your fornwrltiie STARKE FLORIDA
John Green'of the University of Mrs. Ray Biookins; in :Beauford Hilda Damato, seeks to amendthe
Chancel l. rehearsal," 730 pa. have been made attractive with I l Starke; Leo A. Wiggins, Jacksonville Florida were home with their S. Cover the weekend child custody provision of the -raaarr r

lowers brought by Mr. and Mrs. I ; and Joe Wiggins Hampton; parents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie We are" sorry that Mrs. Edna .. -' _
Saturday Methodist Youth I I one brother,,Terrell Wiggins..Way- Green, for the'weekend.v Jones-is: ton ithe. ickr'list! and wish .''-:..... v ...- .'_- __. "': :__. .- _': :. it::" : : ;=, : \
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Fellowship supper 6:30: p. m. I Elmer Johns of Apollo Beach and cross, Ga.;, a sister.' Mrs.; William Miss Judy, Kelley returned to ner a' speedy recovery.

Sunday afternoon, Feb. 21, a I placed in memory of Mrs. FA.. Knabb, Macdenny; seven grand- r .
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Lynn :Pixon Q{, Bradley Fla.
Church School: workers' whose Feb: chlldien and two great. grand HOW YOU CAN :
( COnfer-\\ Scott birthday was j after being home with her par-1 visited his brother-in-law and sis
ence will be held from 3 : 14. children. ter, Mr and Mrs. Julius Ko- 'HERE'S '
'I ents. Mrl1nd Mrs. J. W. Kelley
)>. m. at the church by Miss Residents of several surrounding Funeral servicegtyere held at 11 for the weekend. We wish to con-" watch?%tiH *sbn:?vTunu**Jr.:; this I ,
Blanche Yeager district director a. m. Tuesday in Jones Memorial -
work. The session towns have brought friends Chapel with Rev. L. D. giatulate Miss Kelley on receivingher week. \ -:
tof children's -Haines and K. S-A-V.E
We
cap at the candlelight services i ale |oyaat PajbjiO'Brian
from different states to see the i Rev. W. P., McElroy officiating. !
School litera- JnableA ?
will be on Church I held for them student nurses at St..;was Sick ]\uld (to \atf end
painting "The, Feast of Belshazzar I Burial was**in the family plot in
ture and an Children's Depart- Luke Hospital on Friday. ; church sqn..gun/layj W.e Ijppe she
during the past week. Santa Fe Cemetery under the direction .
1
ment workers and teachers are 1I I Tommy Clark of Hampton Lake recovers soon.B0ATDRAU I YOUR TV DOLLARS V 1
of DeWitt (:. Jones Funeral 'was the Sundayafternoon guestof BAPTIST: ,:HURCH

urged to attend. /. M.EdwardsFinal Home. John Davis .- {i' Sunday cJioolJO)t'"Il!.. Morning __ \

Chuck Griffis of Gainesville'and Worship.' 11 a. m Training .

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Rites Midget LeagueBasketball. Dewey Fowler of ,Starke were Union: 6:30':' p.' ..m.Evening Wor- SHEPHERD, AND RCA OFFER YOU THIEFBC

Theressa, seven. miles south ofjStarkeon guests ,of the G. W. ,Davis family "h\p. 1:30P. : m., ., I

Route 100Rev. Samuel Held Here SundayWilliam en Saturday Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. t I

8. Cuthbert. pastor. I The Mike Tilghman family of 7:30 p. -m. 21-INCH1''.
I
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Horning The Hurricanes edged Jay the Gainesville* were Ipiests of Mrs.' Pastor Rey Barney( W. Sweat. (
M. [Mitch] Edwards, Globetrotters last with ; :;;
WorshIp 11 am..:4 SSagtt by Saturday S- M. Mott jon Saturday ;, Everyone. Welcome.u..aA..iaaaaaa.., I ,
79, died Thursday. Feb. 11, at his a score of 14 to 10 after, trailing I UI ..
}the 'pastor on the, > topic 1he Mr.and Mrs. ,"Rudolphand t tokes --= .
.
.home in Starke after being in I at the half. Emmett Akridge scor- I ,, h RCA Victor
'Highest! Expression of Worship I I children and >Mr.and Mrs. '
Evening failing health for some time. ed 6 of his 12 points in the last Y !i 1 : .
Union 6 30 m. II',
Training : p. I Junior Stokes and children of ,,
'' Born in Starke on Jan. 14. 1881, quarter to put his,, team ahead. 'MAfVIL'LEUy 'I I ,
of
Series }
Worship. 730 p. m. Alachua ,were afternoon guests of '

messages on the Book of Revelation Mr. Edwards was in business here I Calvin Varnes was hIgh scorer for Mrs. H. E. Stokes: on Sunday.. > .Ura.>.a B. Nolan jj. \\ : TELEVISION

by the pastor.. Topic this for many years and served sev- I the Globetrotters with 7 points. Little Martha Stokes of.Alachua + i I. l i iI

week will be "Prophecies Con- eral terms on the City Council.He The Bulldogs remained unde- II r visiting with her'grandmother,: a& &&& &.muff..4.4 !i ,, ..:to. ''fnl III;, I :
member of the First feated as they scored 11 points to
was a '
Nation of Israel.
vcernlng the Mrs. H. E. Stokes this week. ;, Barber :
PrayerMeeting Christian Church, and had a I the Gators' 1 in the second hah Baby I Model 210T14C
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Miss Ruby Stokes and mother |
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Barber
announce -
the building of and took 18-10
and Bible prominent part in an victory. Wayne
; praise prayer were the Sunday luncheon guests J
the arrival of 6 lb. 12
a
the churcch several years Jlankenship and Donald Falcon I
followed by choir rehears- new of :
study Mr.'and, Mrs.-Buddy.StokesinStarke. ,
oz. baby daughter, born on Monday ,
Fred Dodd.THAT'S : led the "Dogs" scoring 7 points ,
val directed by Mr. I !
ago.Survivors ': Feb. 8, in St. Vincent's Hos- Now Only
y i t include one daughter each while Don Griffis' 5 points i. Rev. and Mrs.Edgar"Wilkersonand : .-
i !.jrs. Louise E. Bell of Gainesville: :ed the Gators. : children of Lake !'[>italLin I ; :Jacksonville.; The baby has
City were
Wm. Edwards, Pa- Schedule for Saturday, Feb. 20 j been named Roxanne,Glynn.
-YO. sons, :
ALL? guests of Mr,.and Mrs. Noon Mott :
latka. and J. Maurice Edwards. Gators vs Hurricanes and Globetrotters EngagementMr.
H. L. andB. vs Bulldogs. on Saturday. r' | mad Mrs. Frank Wellhausen
Starke; two brothers I
. Mrs. Fella Moore and her son 95
{ S. Edwards, both of Starke: I BuforMroJpRn. Rw): {rg. : announce the engagement and appToacIUngmarriage -

bix grandchildren and five great. Church League Guy Harrell were In Starke Wed-r of tfieii daughter "CA Victor Farrell Deluxe.
w Rose, to Pete ilbanks, son
grandchildren. rasday on business. I table TV with front controls and
Funeral services were held at BasketballThe ,of W. B. Wilbanks of Ida Lou
Miss Mammie .Clrk: has re.-, seakerthat can be built in."OneSet"electronic WITH
Teltas j'The wedding will take
2:30: p. m. Sunday in the First turned home aftcvifithigSher sister fine tuning. 262 in.
first place Methodist team : p'ae' t sq.
the Maxville
Baptist
with the pastor, pt TRADE
Church
Cnristian ,,Mrs. dorberJ Horti, ,i hj La e Transformer-powered Deluxe
officiating, as- will play fourth place Presbyteri- 1rcl on Friday, April 1, at 7:30 picture.
Bob Badgett
Rev. City for the past three weeks. S tone control and
McCann of the al'S in a Church Basketball Leaue p.m. Friends of the bride and chassis. Phono-Jack,
ted by Forrest Mrs. F. L. Clark and childrenwere control. Balanced '
game tonight [Thursday] at automatic gain
Christ, are invited to attend.A
Church of groom
Gainesville.4th Street Burial followed in 7 'p.. m. First Christian will challenge '. in Lake City Saturday on I miscellaneous shower will beheld "idelity i FM Sound.. Available in 2 The Best Buy of the Yeat"SHEPHERD'S :!

under the Madison Street Baptist. business. for :Miss Wellhausen on Friday "
a Crosby LakeCemetery .1 We are happy to",see N. J. Davis I
The
Methodists have 5
won
night Feb. 18, at the home,
-. It s we..you wear this amazing dnection of JohnsonDavismer games with -no losses. Baptists,,area 1 home after ten; days; in the Bap- of Mrs. Jack Wilkinson. j : .:

flew Monotone hearing aid ALL al Home. Palatka. second place with 3 wins and 2..''tist: Meinofial Hospital in Jack- TV3Phone t
Revival
Active pallbearers were Jack FJnvillet.s; 'v ,v- RADIO &
IX U LT. EAR! No cord, nothingworn Carl losses, while First Christians and Revival services are being held II
Edwards.
anywhere else.. The smallest Edwards: Merrill First Presbyterians are tied with W. A. and J. R. Davis of Waldo
{ it weighs only Johns Dan Harley Ed Prevatt of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. this week at the Long Branch i .
SonoUiie ever 1 win and 4 losses each in third were guests Church. The is w
Baptist evangelist
half an ounce including battery. and S. G. Denmark. Davis on Saturday. '
position.in WO 4-6901 Starke Florida
Rev.Jack McCullough of the i
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and ,
II SONOTONE individual standings, Curtis Ocala Baptist Church and a resident .
Places ,
Debate Team Gaines'vme t.
McGee is leading scorer with a son. Terry, and niece of !
Jacksonville. Song servicesare
followed were guests of Mr. and Mrs.N. -- j
16.1 average, by Edgar --- ---
'721 N.W. 20th AvenueGainesville Second In TourneyThe J. Davis on Monday. being led by Winford Wilkinson. --
with
Akridge 11.6.
The is invited to at-
public
Fla. '
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers of 'tff
I, Bradford High School Debate Schedule for, Thursday Feb. 25: tend these services which are
Please send me without obligation Jacksonville were luncheon guestsof
Presbyterian Baptist Metho-
F ,your free booklet, LIVE AGAIN Team competed in District dist vs Christian.vs ; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr. being held at 7:30 p.m. each night.
at Jacksonville of Seville visited last
Two debate tournament Bon Nolan
.(all about hearing) on Sunday.
'
University last Saturday. Tuesday with his mother Mr3.
of
Iuuuu.uuu.uu.PINE Mr. and Mrs. Al Rain High
__ Fletcher High placed first and I Hattie Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. --- -
Name mother. -
--------- Springs were guests of her
: BHS second. I, Mrs. Mamie Hodges, on Monday D. J. Parrish and family. I WkNT 5 POUMDi WHY DO YOU WANT MOM SAIDTHEY'D AN'MOTHER: 'THiN.GMOM
SAID OS PEASANTS CANE
;Add" ____________APtif ---i Mary Katherine Wainwright LEVEL afternoon.Mrs. We are sorry to report that OF POTATOES,P1.EASE.So MANY EYES W : HAVE TO EAT LIKE K1N6&) 6YSTRFTCUIM
for second ill and N I WANT 1OTS OF THEM BARTER? 1 SEE OS THROU6H
f Dud Bill Bessent tied Larry Brown of Gainesvillewas Miss Bonnie Padgett is EYES 1N'EM,70O + -* DOLLARS& 14EieA t,
best speaker. Mrs II. M. Mcltae confined to home this week. We. = ALL OF THIS ,
City __-------------Statf'-- the Sunday' uest of her mother WEEK!
The team is composed of Mary : ; Waf hope she will soon be well. City. hsh'CMeat
Little
..4..4..4...&& .&...' Mrs. lx ci $ I
Batteries for all makes of Hear Katherine Wainwright Bill Bes- f{John,,refumect.h6me.: .f f ith> : his mother Mrs. Raymond Kilgore and Jsr

ing Aids. sent Hank Graham, and John We were happy to have our pas after visiting his*dandmother -. daughter, Mary, spent last weekend .-I n Market< ;

Dodd.BEWARE. tor's wife Mrs. W. E. Hall at I for sometime! *." in St. Augustine with Mrs.; a a r 1

home for a short stay last week.f Mrs. W. T. Bass and Mr. and J. W. Thomas and family. While

four reporter enjoyed a visit with ]Mrs. C. T. Langford and childrenof .u there they attended the St. Johns I

J'rev and Mrs. Hall at their home ( Trenton were luncheon\ guests basketball tournament. The .Bald- ,

s >n Thursday afternoon. They returned ,r>f Mr. larfd\Mrsv Bam tmitllhll' wkkls won the tournament,; l Y

: to Hilliard pn Friday acc iunday.Mrs,4Bisilop. again this year.

jompanied by Mrs. Hall's sister, '
] WP
"toma"f9 ,
? lt 1(1n&
Mrs. Vera :Mitchell, and Mrs. J. i!iJy! were:g1re1ts I ol herccpaHn tf the races in Daytona

!E.! Murrhee. ; H. Lewis, in Beach on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mrs. Pledges Johns and daughters ; Seth Lester of Louisburg, N. C. Ib.
Starke on Sunday. 21Cf
t Is Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lest- Beef SALE FRYERS -
; of Hampton Mrs. Junior Her- :
Of The Hidden Danger 01 Miss Elaine Crosby? ql S}ark! lJjiijng '' days.
: sey and daughter, Debra, of 1 WAS the weekend 'guest of b'iSS s a

Starke, and Mrs. O. W. McRae J Linda' Sue Thomas. ,, Mrs. J. H. Sowells celebrated I
visited Mf. and Harmon 'lbtm1 pen! th. birthday on Sunday at PER POUND
l\Irst Mr. and'Mrs/3Voodro .t
I Brannen at Lulu last .her home with a luncheon. Those r r Ib. 2SC
Termites Sunday :and son. Ronnie were luncheon HENS
afternoon. guests. of Mr. and Mrs.'Paul Faulkner present for the occasion were Mr. ROAST
Mrs. Vasco Hazen, Mr. and
Recent visitors of Mr. and '
and Mrs. : in Starke on Sunday I .
Mrs. Max Furlong of Starke: Mr. GROUND
Robert Starling and family and Mrs. Reed Lewis and daughtersof

Mrs. Alma Starling and family. Stark Gainesville Mrs. Doris *
David of ;
SVARMINGSEASONis were Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Reen and end grandson. Charles, were

I daughter,Geraldine of River View. Jf he{ sMer.., Nit, A. T. Kelley)and children. Rev. and
: We are sorry to report the illness ;Thomas dens ,In Gainesville. ;{ Mrs( 'L.;. L. Parker, and Mr. and ,BRISKET OR RIB Lb. 5Lb. BOX %

of Mr. and Mrs. H H. Lewis Mrs. Bill Genovar and childrenof Mrs. Wilbur Andrews. STEW '

HERE Mrs. W. C. Conner, }[rs. L. A. Gainesville were the Friday IB ("...'" Jllllia-.'. Court In .,.. For : 39c $$139SIRLOIN

Crosby and daughter. Sue, and oight gu sU-pf her> mother. Mrs. Bradford C.untr. PUrM I .
many other folks. We wish them Groover Thomas. In Ore!deceased Estate :of KICK VIZIRO- i ,
PKLOS.
'. Watch ,for swarms of so-called flying antsor all a speedy recovery.Mrs. Mrs. Harry Merchant of Gain- NOTICE TO CREDITORS ALL MEAT 1
O. W. McRae and children :visited:ur: and Mrs:'"R.: G. .vn creditors of the estate of I
woodwork in hme. NlcK VTzlropuIos debased, are
damaged your attended services at Bayless High- Thomas on Monday.We hereby notified and required to tile Lb. C
59
I way Church on Sunday and were are sorry to hear Mrs. Den- any may claims hue against or demands said estate which in they the T-BOKE c ;! STEW -

US FOR FREE ESTIMATE ; dinner guests of Mr., and Mrs. T. uis Hodge is in the ,Lake Butler effloe "t the County Judge of Bradford -
CALL N. Norman. They visited Mr and [Hospital with pneumonia and Mrs. jaunty. Florida. In the courtttuie -
Mrs. Robert HirrefiWi a' Hbs'pital= 'in at Starke Florida within ROUND U J SUNSIIINE
Myrick and family in Eva eight calendar months from the I
PHONE WO 4-3965 Starke in the afternoon. I Gainesville with pneumonia. Also date cf the first publication of this

r I Mrs. Margie Underbill and Mrs.,,Terry Sowetls iso with, the bet Anti in("e."writing Each claim and or must demand state must the STEAK LB I SALTINES !lb. .bx 29,

Use monthly'pest control plan for control of such Sue Myrick of Starke were visitors place of residence and post -office,
our of Mrs. H. M, McRae and flu.Lenox address of the claimant and muss
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roaches ants clothes moths, silver fish and ,: Kelley and LavorntDyal v( 1t to by the claimant ,
pests as I II Mrs. O, W. McRae on'Monday', ,,-e t/f:!! ,1 ".17 *

; many others afternoon. I -- J, --' PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

i I We are happy to report<
r : i Mrs. Faulkner (ts at home ,and pI

much Improved after spending I J

0f1Wi/4 several Starke. days in a hospital in :: : JSSERCE


PHONE airs, A. F. Hall and daughter. ,I _
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e Delores. any .Mrs Eddy Brownin nJIN caAAs Wh STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES

WO 4.3965 1'4 thD all of Jacksonville, visited rela-

tives here Sunday. 1 1 r ) -

Harley McRae, son of ,Mrs. O. TANKS FROM 5. GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP ,
,. 352 W. Madison W. McRae. spent the weekend in
CO. .
STARKE FLA. C MICAL Jacksonville with relatives and PHONE WO 4-3551

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THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18, UGG
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
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'Have A


fleroux Death I Raulersons' Variety! Show : *V Sell It Rent It Trade ll




Jiquest Set Misfortune ; I: Set For Feb. 26 I;I II WITH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED


[Continued From Page 1)Lcney ] "Have A Heart", the annual''llt4ll"t _
'[Continued From Page 11] Fund variety snow will oe -"" "Olll \I.IiI! '\n "Ol.'TIO 8 __ 4 f'lpera roe Wsr

r or wants you to put it up p.cruea in we Woman's Club' '31' iIIb.. mi I ..%%. o.r IN.OFIION 4MIlMWuS ('....1(.. ..TIKirn
taitic escaperplot In which Heroux I I
as evidence of "good: faith" inI :a-iliumum }o' day night, Feb. 26,

Jjeld a guard at gun-point and demanded some proposed transaction, don't II Ut 'I:it) u clock. The program in I I .nuiTiou.onu O\F.R 20 u______ V _-___ ** rev w.r*
to be taken to the office of .
make a move-unless it's a move ,I charge of Mrs. P. G. feios, will : 5#% HIM III XT 11% aPi4 r 1'\n'l'IO'\I ,",,'l r: Ail _

the' then Superintendent, L. F. to call a cop. 4W tl4de skits and musical acts :...c %| linin\. .'(M( HI.IMI .'US OK AO! .%OT PAID l .'OVAtCa.:

Chapman apparently with the J I-
And dont think that rural resi- 1 l11 local civic groups and duos.MtALL --

Jim of forcing, Chapman to drive dents are the only ones who fall : -I _rW V JI I I'l.XXO FOi: S'LE -. "onsole, built .\VIMI! i LT niu\ KW.vr.tltHK .\\s
him out of the prison gates. En- ty Story & Clark full keyboard PIILT P\\1\G CO.
to Chapman's office, Heroux piey to the racketeers. Every now p- Ti: : tI.\JJls: ('OtlIT.IHLu'Uun nahogan.v finish like new. Call \\O :t3 S. CHKIIItV .STIIKKTuv :
foute md then the report gets out that Ib : COIM'Y; "'LuKln.X .\ 4-3131; after a or may be seen at PIIOM: \\o9-i-oii
Accidentally crossed paths, with :: ") Chnr.51.. .:\1':. PHO\K WO-l-I:>63
another sucker has bought the II L. Tu.-ker: vs. Do A ling Motors < X __V: _J5 --.- .- ..-- -
:Assistant Superintendent Godwin Ui. "0. 6-1111.
diooklyn Bridge.Guard 4 %0'IICE OF MIKIIIFF ALK; foi FOK REXT OR SALE 3 bedroom
HAVE loan program
WE: a new
.nd shot him in the back as God- JSO X. Cherry
/ house
.. that i, P. 5 unfurnished at
: V V > 'I! is: -rcoy tfiven. farmers Loans o 1 to year
;jRln ran toward his office to obtain q- 1 < I), Keudisn. :Slunfl: of LTad.yrd for the entire. crMlt require Ft Rent reasonable Floyd Green
When the wounded Godwin Alert V' );; I, >.uuiiiy, Florida uuUer and ty vir- meats of the tamer and his famlly. phoi.t WO '-;::9f:. tfchg
a gun. v-
V 1'V t J _ "i ve of a writ of execution heretoI (iain.vilIrMiiction: (.rt-dl'
rV I
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reappeared.Heroux shot him again VV A -V i I tort la&ued out of bm In the chest. Termed SuccessNational I V V V' ; uurt of uraaroid County. FloriUa.. Gainesville. Fl*. tfch SHOES
1! in me .l.b") 'e stytctl; cause, 1 1ia\'"
Finis was written to the Heroux J >,,Y...I. upon the ivlion'.ng described RADIOS REPAIRED
career of crime Tuesday when hislx.dy 1. I \\.rupt'rl.L t.-IJo.it-: All Makes AH II..J.le..ltl. .
Guard Companies C. of I 1 Adding Machine V Charge p.r..teel REPAIREDBY
,;? ,was Quietly buried In Crosby Starke, and B, of Camp Blanding I 'ou.roufcus. Ser.: Xo. B17i803)Fftldelb MlKPHERkVS RADIO A TV
|.*ke Cemetery, The only mourner ] 1 \ir (:\II.ou..r Inmim c....., OWKCPJ12 PHILLIP
'held practice alerts at 6:30: p. m. ( :\o. SS11751: No. E. Call St. Pliaii WO 4-6901
ct the graveside was his aunt. :Monday to determine how much :MS2UUJ:: ;;) Starve P1*. WHILE U WAITor
Miss Aurora Heroux of Woon- I't's"
jocket Rhode Island who cameo time would be required to assem- I Rotarians Induct New Members At Ladies NightThree \Iteel Army V Desk) COLONIAL FLORIST
ble the units la case of an emergency Chairsi Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
o Starke to make the arrange- of any kind. :Metal afld 4 Wooden) ).'!0\\'er8 wired any place. Flowers One Day Service

ments. Only others present were : new members (from left j i,touch to proceedings. i! Oilando. Kay Hart and Cookie Filing Cabinet Steel) for all occasions locally. Phone
The practice was termed suc- U-diawtr WO 46291. 506 East Nona St. tfchg
Father Cornelius Dougherty of St. Charles Schmitt Norman Willis,! Around 100 Rotarians Rotary I IAnns Ii :Matthews, BHS Band majorettes As the properly of the above Court Shoe Repair

Edw 'rd's Catholic Church who cessful by both units. and John Schultz were inductedby I i and guests enjoyed the I presented two musical-twirling named 4tli day defendant of April., and I960,that at on twelve the FOR n6 Furnished apart- 126 N. Court Street
Within ten minutes after the
read the burial service and attendants Rotary President T, A. Yawn''event which started with a roast I I II numbers. ociurk i.oon. on said day, at Dowl- ments. Reasonable rates. .Near
of DeWitt C. Jones alert was announced by radio and with1 I Ii I ir.g 11.>torlS, .Inc., in Bradford Coun- shopping renter. Phone WO %611 (Opp. Court House)
at the club's annual Ladies Night I I :beef: dinner and concluded The ladies were presented pink r.r WO 4-0171 evening or call at 213S. .--
I will offer for sale and
the assembly signal sounded by I Fiol ida, 1
Funeral Home Banquet in the Camp Blanding i a program of entertainment feat- corsages on arrival. and the banquet ,,).:ll to the highest bidder for cash Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.) PEXTO FLORIST

.Ie I fore leaving StarKe, Heroux's the fire department three guardsmen Enlisted Men's Club last Thursday -|u.1ng Glenn Reeves and Lou Ol'son ; tables ,were beautifully decorated in har.d. the above described proiwi'iy tfcng 119 8. TIIOHPO.ST,
at the Starke said defendantto PHOVi AVO 4-4153:
had appeared of
_uJ\t ordered a bronze marker for night. Mrs. Yawn, wife of well known television en- : with spring arrangements J.B property execution. UIVUXCTMK FLOWEHSWE
Within 30 minutes more I 1 t-atisfy said
VJ grave. armor! the president, lends a ladies night i tcrtainers of Jacksonville and featuring tulips. P. D. Reddish, Sheriffs WIRE FLOWERS ANYWI1E11URIIODKX
than 40 per cent of the membershad _,,. mW.. !: Bradford. County.. Florida HASTINGS MATTRESS\ -
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reported to the armory and I. Ey Loca Xorman D.S. UE.\ NVnSERV HOMS13jod
Bank Holiday SetThe & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Core for your child. Fair
at the end of the two-hour assembly Starke Loses
Board Rates. Licem;ed. Phone WO 4-3031,
Community State Bank of period 85 per cent of Co. Accepts 710 Lemon St. 1'aUtka 1126:! N. Thompson St tfchg.

Starke and the Florida Bank at C personnel had reported for duty. .
To Lake CityA Furniture Repaired Upholstered
Stke' will not be for business FOR SALE
open 36 enlisted
At the Co. B armory
& Refinished Ready mix concrete, concrete block,
on Monday, Feb. 22, George men all four officers and two Lake Site No MONEY DOWN ones, fenoe posts, sand, cement
Washington's birthday a legal Warrant Officers had reported poor first quarter provedStarke's MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew Motar mix, rock steel oyster sheU.LHierock .
and Roof Gravel. Phone
holiday In Florida. within the first half hour. At the downfall Tuesday night Innerspringsand WO4-2521, Bradford Engineering

end of the first hour 50 enlisted I [Continued From Page 1] us: Lake City managed a 48-46 Box Springs rv, tfchg

RADIO I men had checked in out of a total I cage win to hand the Tornadoes Drop Us a Card or Call

: of 56 in the company. Department aid would not be their: sixth straight defeat. The' 12 MONTHS' TO PAY PALATKA EA 5-9166 Call Us For

available for a ramp at this loca- game: was played In Lake City, '
DEVOTIONAL The' alert is conducted during STARKEVO 4-5934
tion Eince it is more than two The Tigers jumped to a 15-2
Muster Day week each yeara I SIRS. PEGGY SIIALLER, Starke, '
I miles from a paved highway. I lead in the opening period, while FIRESTONE NEW TIRES *. FIRE

.. WRGR period dedicated to the Guard and The board will continue its efforts Starke outscored them in the last Ageat *. AUTO J

,1 Speaker for Week of its activities throughout the nation. to obtain boatlaunchingsites three periods but could get no 6.00 x 16 11.95 PLUS tfchg HOME OWNER *

l.j on the south side of Sampson closer than the final deficit of TAX *. LIFE'I
'FEBRUARY 22-27 6.70 15 12.95 15.95
Lake and on Hampton Lake. x AND
two .
points.
Both Guard units will drill Sunday ALL LINES OF
These would be eligible for SRD EVENING: CLASSES for adults. All
PER BOB BADGETT Feb. 21, the last drill of the assistance since they are close to Fouls made the difference as 7.10 x 15 14.95 17.95 RECAPPABLE subjects. Credit if wanted. Write PERSONAL AND
Starke committed 21 to 11 for Director. Box 1190 Starke. or rail
t1 .7:50 A.M. month and concluding the payroll paved highways.In Dixon and 7.60 x 15 16.95 19.95 TIRE WO .-3071. or visit Adult Education BUSINESS INSURANCE -
Lake Dicky Billy
City. Office for additional -
other action the board USO Bldg.
quarter. approved -
Helsabeck both fouled out for information. tfchg
a $1.600 bill for partial
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," ." -, _-- "" ._ -,--_ ",___ .. -' ___-- title search on abstracts for U. S. the Tornadoes. LIFE TIME MUFFLERS TAlIjOR MADE DRAPERIESfree H. WALL(
Dixon had 16 points to lead for labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller 209 Cv
301 right-of-way [south.] Adkins St. phone WO 4-5S34 tfchg
Starke and Woody Strickland

added 13. BATTERIES LARGE STORAGE SPACE For V
DELCO V AGENCY
SHOP RegistrationIn V rent Call UO 4-59J4. Itch,
In a preliminary contest the

Precincts Lake City girls defeated Starke: 'Insurance Specialists"

Closes 38-32. Susan Slade was high scorer Income Tax Service

SHOP: SaturdayMrs. for Starke with 18 points. All 01 PHONE WO 4-4801
Types MON. THRU FBI 7 PJL

Marian L. Crosby, County BUS Eliminated Saturday Aft/r 1 PJI.

Supervisor of Registration, announced In the Keystone Conference T" Service
C. E. HUTCIIESOX Complete ee
Don't Buy Your New Car that registration books !I tournament at Gainesville last I MECHANICAL! WORK 521 Pratt Street De-Moss\ !

are still in the following precincts i week Starke was eliminated IStrbg 4J14 Pruning Bracing -
Tree Removal -
Work
'. And will be there through February I Thursday night in its game with e TUNE-UPS bIg Cavity -

on the First Stop 29: .rnandina Beach by a 36-34 loss. TransplantingSapp's
e BRAKE WORK
No. 1, Lawtey a, W. Roberts I P. K. Yonge captured the conference t ARE YOU GOING TO I Tree Surgeons ,

store. I crown for the third MOTOR OVERHAULINGTRY NEED PETE SAPP, Owner

i No. 4, Graham Ollie A. Rivers straight year with a 73-29 win STARKE PhONE WO 4-S965

: GO, ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE store. over outclassed Fernandina Beachin assistance in the prepara-

No. 5. Hampton Pearl M. the Saturday finals. OUR FINANCE PLAN tion of your 1959 Income

Home' store. This Friday night BHS boys
Tax Return?
t f BUT No.6, Theressa Rae Beahler and girls play Green Cove thereat

t .. Hwy. 18 and 100. j 6:30: and 8 p. m. SEE

< No. 7, New River, Eunice Moody Next Tuesday night they play DODD'S SERVICE AND NEIL TUCKER

store. I Santa Fe boys and girls in the
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE Public Bookkeeper
No. 8, Brooker. R. A. Colson BUS gym.Youth .

wre.i 120 S. Court, StarkeI
i Registration in Precincts AUTO SALES
2 and
i WO 4-9854 WO 4.2545
,
3 [North and South Starke] will Rally I

be at the courthouse as usual. Sees Nine Churches 528 S. Walnut St. Phone WO 4-3861 -

lilly DowlingAcross Mrs. Crosby added that many STARKE FLORIDA Jtl'KkON IHII.UlXfi SUPPLY

persons have not responded to the Send RepresentativesThe Hear "Bill Of Uht,.''' Jacke.Dad Factory
post card reminders sent out re- Call Our
If We hanD't jtot It HKRE. They For Expert Tree Surgery
'?ntly. She urges all. persons who planning commute for the buien't. cot It Til EJ"}. \ Agent

The Street From Setzer's have not registered to do so be- Youth Rally met Sunday at the >'r n\ery. and deitrrlpllon.>.rd baildlBK applieiof ?:34 N, Temple Phone WO 4-3965:

fore February 29, After this ,date Madison Street Baptist Church i Come in and look around sad if'If" I
,
.. .hey will have to register at the with nine churches from the New : dou't ice "h.t you mint ask :il. CEH sEwrxu MACHINE --
Hob (...IHf'* to get It for you or representative will be in Bradford
,i--''.. .- J--- ".' -'- ,.," -', courthouse. River Association represented: : ..\\O4-4001.. tfchKAXXTOUS To. Monday and Fridays. For sef
Mrs. Crosby will be in the New River Brooker. Hampton, : '.Io-e on any make machine write or
to sell 1600 Jefferson ,'all Singer Sewing Machine Co. 403X
courthouse registration office North Side, Raiford, 'Kingsley County Kennel Club Shares. $5.00 Marion St. or Phone 880 Lake

P1eachaflgr very Thursday night during Lake Hope, Airpark and Madison ( ; -i: ) per share Will sell 1.000 and 600 ('ity. Fla. 4tchg 8/'S
l-.ts only. Contact Alfred Foster,
February between the hours of
Uti eet. i Th. WY 7-331J Monticello Fla. l"oJt KEXT Nice 2 story farm
7:30: p. m. and 9:00: p. m. for the The committee elected Dale W(444( 4tp %itS h', ap. modern conveniences. 4 miles

convenience of the public. Dradley as president and Carolyn HAY FOIl MALE :South of Htarke Doyle Conner tfchg

you haflge01 Registration books will be Vorton secretary.The Very attractive price. LAUUE WAUEHOL'SE For Rent
when 1 1I closed April 2. next meeting will be held Call FR 2-4506.1\ Gainesville Soe L. J. Green, 71S North Walnut
4tchg %/11 St 2tchg 2118
g0olmotOr ,. Feb.28 at 2:30 p. m. in the Madi- S -

5 0 *. ,Kite Flying ContestIs on Street Church. All churchesin FOR RENT: 4-room furnished cot FOR SALE Farmall Super A
Electric kitchen. Good heat-
tage. Ti actor with equipment, in excellent
k r !I".M the association' urged to ir. dult8.Bessent Road Box condition. Call C. C, Hutchen.
a ScheduledFor 4 tnd representatives.Final !! .n, WO 4-$615. 2tp

___ Next WeekThe plans will be announced 3 HOGS PE. ED.CP at my plat HELP WANTED
; ater. Owner may contact me at home aft- WANT TO MAKE $:0 or more to
er 4 p. m. daily. David Woodard, a day for part or full time route
SV Recreation Department will. Kt. 1. Vox 17%. Starke. 4tp 2126! work? Man or woman. Write MeNeu .
i ia it
\ si-onsor a Kite Flying Contest on Rites Held TuesdayFor Families are happier ? FOR SALE Five Block Co., Box 27t, DeScto Sta.
: room Men.lil 2. Tenn. 2tp 218/
:: i 1 !I.the American Legion FairGrounds house. Will sell reasonable. 409

k Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. CarmichaelAt home of their own Suitable
Uactulor apartment
\ 'zv : Feb. 24. starting at 4 o'clock. FOR RENT Available "'eb. 15, Dingle man or lady. Across from
'$ Heilbronn Springs Ix-autifuliy newly decorated one- eSJBt. :
High School. See 111'1. Renner
The contest will
be to
... : VV ______ open droom furnished apartment. All .: .Mabon or call WO 4-5744.
\ V everyone. young and old. Awards tile bath and kitchen, modern in Ituhg
lira. Minnie Jones Carmichael e\ery respect See Mrs. Renner. will be for the
.. presented biggest,
V 78, of Heilbronn Springs died Sunday St. or ('all0 45744. "AVON IS CALLING"In
he smallest, and the most unique SOUTHERN BELLti Itthg
f morning in Alachua General T.V.
your neighborhood through
kites. Competition will be held in
: Hospital after an illness of several 3 Bedrooms .'ORLF.Ht 3 Chevrolet half Be the AVON REPRESENTATIVEin
kite racing distance flying and
,
trii panel truck. Good running eon-
,__k.s.,__.
w neighborhood and turn
messenger sending. Everyone en- u dition. H. C. Kelly, Lawtey Phone your
Mrs. Carmichael was born in -. $2495I ST 2- 9n. Up spare time into money. Write Oui-
in must haveat \\I
f ering: competition
1. Increased gasolene mileage least 100 yards of string on his North Carolina on Aug. 10, 1881 I I __ H:: asl\..Price FOR SALE-51S St. Clair St., 2 bedro da C. Sweat P. O. Box 540. Live

V and came to Florida in 1897 from V ,n !, tiled bath. Recently remodel. Oak, Fla.
k:;te. -l inside and out. Call WO ...n..!,
to Bradford
2. Increased Georgia. She moved
engine '
: power Harrlnrton
.La4v Itp
For further information
con- LV STARKE
HOMES
'. '" County in 1912. Shewas a member '
; tact the Recreation Department of the Heilbronn Baptist I tMiss'J FOR SALE-4 door Buick. good con FurnUbrd aid B.f.rBl hriltor hoates
,_ V: 3. Decreased oil consumption any afternoon after 2 o'clockThe dition.! One owner. Terms arrang- male wllfc. vttj low initial paT
I Church. '.1. *rt Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, 409 X. nasal sad neatblr Prmtt lees

number is WO4-7441. Surviving 'are two daughters, Walnut St' tfchg than rtat.
: 4.' Decreased engine knock I'urlshd and .foralth d homra
Mrs. R L. Reddish. and Mrs.. N. Every Sat. 5:30 PJL WJXT-TV Jacksonville Ch. 4 "OK SALE-Baldwin Grand piano. for nat rlo.e In aid very dfi lr bl"',

.. F. Crosby, both of Starke; two ,. Mahogany; finish. A-I condition. A. J. TH031AS, Realtor
: 5. Decreased engine wear Terms can be arrange. Mrs. J. WKimaid _
CYPRESS sons, Leroy Carmichael West Ferfuring the: Famous Radio and TV Stan 4QS! V Walnut !St tft'hLDS1' :i" T..w An.: TeL HO 4 37 t
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V ? Palm Beach and Hack Carmichael, MEN. OH WOMEN TO
W\ TED 8
Dark Blue billfold in
>Vt Cities Service 5D Koolmotor actually does the work Friday
TDIB
FULL OR PART
Live Oak; seven grandchildren and vicinity of Coney Island. Finder keep OrEIUTE -
of several grades of motor'oil to give you maximum I GARDENS; four great grandchildren.Funeral money return billfold and papers to V'AT'CIXS: P.OlTEIi THIS AREA.
TO WEEKLYUEf'
I Clinch Mountain ilra EastL'rownlee. KARN 150,00 llW.ftO
and their BoysIMWALTE Mildred L. Hardin. 538
protection for starting, warm-up, and, cruisir.g-the i services were held at Itehg : DISG OX TIME DEVOTEDTO
vdN.E.a7M2&Up. WAT-
EUSTXESS. WRITE
three daily driving" 2:20: Tuesday in the Heil THE
I' ranges. .$ .. p.m. 11IXS. SS> WEST PEACHTREE ST
FOR RENT J and
....,.j I bronn Baptist Church with Rev. l-ilh hi Hampton.- room See apartment Mrs. Jessie N, K ATLANTA I, GEORGIA..
1-19
Otis Jones officiating. Burial was """.taln. itchg 4tcbg
STOP IN TillS/ WEEK// I
W. C. T. J. in the family plot in Conner Cemetery FCR SALE-Evans fuel oil heater FO't: $lLE-f) wl Ettep ElectricOrgan

under the direction of De- I with fan. Good condition $50. Stt $ lovely tone. Perfect for
; SILCOXAVCfTEC I, ,11 X. Water St Phone WO 4- l..m, enareh Of' chapel. hone WO
: "CAN ANYBODY. EITS Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. 47a: itt-hg stImSi. UpFOH

SUPPORTERS CLAIM THAT
38 FT HOL'SE TRAILER for rent. RBNT-I room house with
;: DRINK MAKES ANY CONTRIBUTION CEMETERY WORKING Can be moved to your own lot See bain. 1 mile out Hiway 16, 1st
( TO THE PhYSICAL JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA J U Whlt. Ralford Rd Itp road to right! 3rd house on right
SERVICE
An all 124 enth.. Phon WO 4-091S.
INTELLECTUAL AND'MORAL day "cemetery'work day"i 3281 W. Beaver St. Call rol1ect'EV 7-1141, or FOR SALE Red Clover. Coastal )11'_.'I'tor)Mat Jordan ItpF

DEVELOPMENT OF MAN?" will te held at the... Dyal Cemeteryon Write P.. 0. Box 6248 Jacksonville, Fla. muda and Pens&eola Bahia hay.
:, Friday Feb. 26. Bring tools. h.nsuola Eahia grass seed. Chicken ('H SALE--Som old used flooring
705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. NATIONAL VOICE]. I Contact Starke, Hardware Co.. Phone WO 4-5311 fertilizer spread on your land J. and titir.g: 'See Cyrus E. Beam, Rt.

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE FLORAHOME" AND LAKE GENEVA ..:-:.Q.


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STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1960


I I Veteran MissionaryOf I i No Remarriage
Keystone Moves
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS %.: C r i'.or West Indies' ,


Toward StreetSpecifications I By Mary K. St'lmt'trf'f At ParkofPalmsDr. j Keystone\ oman And lost' Spouse

Harold Wildish, veteran
I'
Search For All-American Family I Sherman. Our only hope is that; x. x_ r. ': missionary and preacher of !
To Continue
Does the All-American Family Mrs. Sherman and her sister Mrs. Kingston Jamaica will be the I' Agree Separate Ways

ive in Keystone Heights? The Nell Orayson will be able to work i speaker for the week of Feb. .
Keystone Woman's Club thinks things out to their best advantage 27 at Park-of-the-Palms 21-//
Too much water has gone over, tended moving on to Korea, but
Immediate action toward esta :'. They have nominated the E. m the near future. stone Heights. Friends from all I '
!the dam for either party of a when they reached Toyko King
bUshing specifications for public f T. Martin Family and the JamesL. Mrs Bamford EntertainsFor churches in the area are invited ;
long-disrupted union to wish remarriage i was so upset by the proverty of
streets In Keystone Heights using Hetherington Family to take Mrs. Anthony I It I to attend the community-centered i iservice I
after a separation of .Koreans in that city, they de-
State Road Department secondary j part in the Second NationWidAllAmerican Friday evening Feb. 5, Mrs. I at 3 p. m. Sunday. Meetings
tIded work there. A
19 to stayand
road requirement as ai i Family Search, Authur A. Bamford entertained at I i throughout the week are years. 'I'
minimum, was authorized at the }which will be conducted by the her home on Lake Geneva with a ,scheduled for each morning at That in short is the feeling ,fourth child was born shortly

Fob. 9 meeting of the, Town I Book of Knowledge, and sponsored stork, shower for Mrs. A. E. An k----I 9:30: and Monday,.Wednesday and c.! Mrs. Gordon Sherman of Key I afterwaid.' world ondiI
I Due to unsettled -
1 .
Council. I by' the Westinghouse Electric agony The Bamford home was Fnday nights at 8 o'clock. stone Heights' and her one-time; I liens and the threat of war with

The action followed a request '; l'P', Owens Corning Fiberglas decorated in colors of pink and Will Celebrate Golden Wedding i Dr. Wildish was born and rear- KM can 'husband, John D. King.i I Japan King let his family return
fiom John Bird for of I' and The Lark by Studebaker who discovered; last week that
use equip Corp., blue, and for the gift table the ed in England. He first venturedto v> the U- S. in April, 1941. lIe
anent in grading streets in his I all in cooperation with the hostess had devised a novel para- Mr. and Mrs- R. U. Tillis bf'' ception from 3 to 5 o'clock on South America as a missionary 'each was ali\'J after being out !i h-id planned to return with
new subdivision. Mr. Bird was '?eneral Federation of Woman's, fob from a lamp atop, which was Keystone Heights will celebrate I Sunday, Feb. 21, No invitations under Christian M)sions infany of touch for almost two decades. them, but was unable to obtaina
notified of the Council's action Clubs.! The U. S. Department 01Defense ;he proverbial stork complete with: their golden wedding anniversary ,are being sent. Lands, Inc. Later he became During the prolonged' separation passport.

and authorized to, acquire professional the Army Navy Air pectacles. The refreshment table) on Monday, Feb: 22. Miss Gladys The reception will be held at interested in the West In- brought on by World War After'reaching the States, the
engineering assistance in Force and Marine Corps, Kiwanis festive with two-tier I II conditions, each partner had '
was a cake Tillis their daughter invites all their residence on East Lakeview des and established his home office Lien Mrs. King went to Cincinnati -
planning the streets. I International National Con- liecorafed with,baby chicks hatching relatives and friends in for a reDrive, Keystone Heights. : in Kingston Jamaica. remarried and divorced a second .where she had relatives
four
fn-ence of Christians and Jews, i; from shells. spouse-King had fathered
Herbert T. Williams, representing egg Party guests Through large evangelistic campaigns I and did office work to support
residents of his area request The Girls' clubs of America the included Mrs. Fred Mulling Mrs. ilrs. LeBlanc's guests were Mrs. I'Ad Altare Dei Cross to Johnny on the Islands, more than more children by a Korean woman -'iharself; and children. She recei-

oj permission improve the nar- Bureau of Advertising, The American Carl Darden. Mrs. Darrell Davis, W. A. Carpenter ,Mrs. Frank II-' Aden, son of Mrs. Lena Clemens.' 12[ indigenous churches have been and Mrs. Sherman had 1 ivod. only one letter from her
Newspaper Publishers Mrs. J. L. Price Jennings gen, and Mrs.. Mildred King. His busied herself supporting and
now stretch of beach west of pre Mrs. brother Georgie, received a established. l husband after arriving in Cincinnati '
sent city limits, and restrict the Association, and the National Recreation Murrhee, Jr., Mrs.:M. L. Beasley Children Enjoy Party second-class Scout certificate, the Dr. Wildish, is the author of rearing the four offspring she I. and IWhn!" she tried to reply -
.
beach to use of residents of Lake- Association. Mrs. j. R. Smith 'Mrs. A. Croudon. The boys and girls of the Happy steps before winning the cross. had by King before separation.Said returned from
and her
letter
visitor i
several books a frequent was
;
' view Highlands. The matter was After the nominees have, coin- Mrs. E. L. Brice, Mrs. )Hour Play School enjoyed a Tenderfoot certificates were awarded Mrs Sherman in Keystone -
taken under Advisement, and a pitted all their requirements, a Fioyd Gilrie Mrs. William Waite Valentine Party on Friday Feb. David Schaeffer and Lee to Bible Conterences and colleges Heights: ". we would!| San After Francisco.the several friend
war
decision will be made later. family from each of the 50 states Mis. Paul Tyre Mrs. R. L: McCormick J J2. As a special surprise Mrs. R. Satton.Folowing. throughout the U. Sand, be complete! strangers. I have :who had relatives in the military
md from the District of Columbia L. Richard of Lake had Canada. no intention of ,taking up our I
Spring
Councilman Gene Williams recommended ; one Mrs. Tommy Millican a i the service, there. was service tried to locate her hus-
that the space between will be chosen in May; in Mrs. Elbett Altman Mrs. Ruth Jacksonville bakery make and dec'rate Benediction of the Most Blessed j ie: together. I omd, but the village where they
June one of the 51 families will Liire Mrs. J. D. Payton Mrs. ; individual cakes for 'the COSIMUMT1 CHURCH Said King in Korea: "I do not
the curb and sidewalk in ; I Sacrament, after which a social had lived had been completely
front of the post office be black- be chosen at Lehigh Acres Fla., Exie Raulerson, Mrs. Warren boys and girls. The cakes were I nour with refreshments folldwed. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS want to remarry. Besides ij I bombed out and no one knew

topped while equipment is on the, u the final judging. Even if- that Brantley Mrs. Mike Adams Mrs. decorated: with hearts with faces I Honored guest was Father Fred Dr. Albert C. Holt, Minister nv'st" take care of my family I j jhre. anything about King.

ground. He said that it is impos- family's name is not Martin or E\a Parham, and the guest of cf boys and girls. :Mrs. Richard is I Yerkes of Melrose. Father Yerkes Mrs. J. L. Hetherington Although divorced. King'sKorean Presuming her husband dead,

sible to grow grass in this area Hetherington, we feel that they honor Mrs. A. E. Anthony the grandmother of a former :f.vas the original pioneer in scouting Organist and Choir Director wife is helping take care .I Mis. King remarried: in 1952 and
due to pedestrian traffic. Council have been honored just by being Miss McCulloueh Entertains Happy-Hour pupil Janine Gay. in this area. Social hour host- I Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning of their four young daughters. lived in Canada until she cameto
instructed him to investigate costs j chosen for Keystone Heights,, Miss Anna McCullough was Janine and her grandmother were [es>es were Mrs. Lena Clemens Worship 11:00 a.m. Ihe complicated story started I Keystone Heights last June
and report. Which is brimming over with lovely hostess at a luncheon on Tuesday guests at the party Mis- Harold Sutton and Mrs. Jack I in 1919 when Mrs. Sherman. iio live on Brooklyn Bay with
families. Feb. 9, honoring Mrs. Arthur Ryan Remember The Silver Tea Reid. ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL :fen single, met and married
Mrs. Nellie Grayson
sister,
Williams also stated that the student, at her
Sensational? Not Quite a visitor from Chicago. The Have you made your reservationfor Community Church .News: CIIURCIIKEYSTOSE King a Korean finally made contact last
between sidewalks King
remaining area Boulevard From time to tune, your correspondent -!luncheon was held at the ever-at the Silver Tea yet? If not Open House for the Young Oberlin) [Ohio Theological Seminary week with a son, Clarence King,

and should curb be on beautified Lawrence with shrubbery !; is asked "What's new?," tractive Conditorel. Marta and better call Mrs. J. W. Warren, at People will be held on Friday Rev. M/ H. Breyfogle Vicar I : where he was studying in Cincinnati, through the Eighth -
U is sort of embarrassing to be Jean had set a lovely table, and 2351. The date of the tea. March evening; Feb. 19, at 7:30 in the ,Sunday-7:30 a': m. Holy Communion for the ministry. and the American Red
and trees in selected loca- without an answer especially everyone agreed,that the food was 10, is not so far away. Reservations I Educational Building.On ; 9:30 a. m., Sunday, Together they planned to return Army The in turn, notified
chairman of the streets Cross. son
As
tions.
missionary
to when as a correspondent one is di'iicious. Luncheon guests included are necessary as this is a Monday Feb. 22., the Men s ISchOOI; 9:30: a. m., Morning Pray- k to Korea and do mother in Keystone that hisrng
authorized I his
he herband's
committee was of
expected to have a nose for news. Mrs. Ryan Mrs. Herbert Nelson "s ated" tea. In mentioning com- Club will hold its regular monthly .Sermon [Holy Communion !'work among the people lost father had "come to
investigate further and report. We like to think we have a nose who is Mrs. Ryan's daughter mittee chairmen last week we supper in the Educational Build- each first Sunday]: 6:30: p. m.. h :; : native land. By 1938 "
Chairman H. L. Ownbey stated for news but not for "nosey" i Mrs. Edward Conneen and her forgot to include the name of Mrs. ing starting at 6:30 p. m. Dr. j Young People meet. they had a family of three children -I life has expressed hopes of

that Don Shackleford had purchased news. We don't like to pry and ,|I mother Mrs. Edward Maguire Donna Walrath, who will be in George A. Hillery of the Dept. of Holy Days-' :30 a. m., Holy and had saved enough I King Continued On Next Page]
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the 15-foot easement from .the most sensational items we I Mrs. Mary Smulskl, and Mrs. charge of the tea table. And some Sociology at the University ofFlorida Communion.- money to go to Japan. They

) the Keystone Washeteria to State cave to report are weddings or .Gtorge Schaeffer. There were also thing new has been added. No -will be the speaker and I I .- _4E.V. ; I
1 Uuad21 from William Lee and bridge parties. In the past week, two diminutive guests Nancy MaIlle need for a baby-sitter. The nurse- his subject will be "The World '___ :j,: ___ _'. ____ -,-, __ ,___ __ '__ 1--! =" ii'
that Mr. Shackleford would dedicate a very nice lady in' Keystone Pawlikowski and Martha Jane ry will be( open with Mrs. William PQ ula tion." \

this easement to the town in Heights has involuntarily been i Srhaeffer., Few in charge. The tea -is ,being The ladies of Mrs. Alma Frost'sriicie
exchange for a railroad crossing thrust into the lime-light, and I Fashion Sewing For Club Women given by the Community ChurchWomen will serve the meal.

previously reques ed. The chair readers of theTimea UnIon Gainesville I All the ladies of the Keystone .. All.the Community Church Women HopGbit
man wtll'-p 1'sue-thls' matter further Sun, and the Journal will Heights[ Woman's Clul; ,and.?the Blue And Gold- Dinner Are riard' at work on plans
with the town's attorney. know we refer ,to Mrs. Gordon Junior Woman's Club 'are invited Tomorrow evening, Feb. 19, the far Silver Tea' to be heid,March t
In other action the Council: to join the "Fashion Sewing for Cub Scouts will hold their annual 10 in the Educational Building.
Assigned Councilman Beam to radio, hi-fi and television' repairs!1 1 I Club Women" contest, starting as Blue and Gold dinner in the Ed-' This is an annual affair. AGE REFRIGERATOR4REEZEOMORE

present the matter of expense in his home. of now. See Mrs. William Dawson,, ucational Building of the Com- First Baptist Church : SPACE
money for the. Civil Defense Director Heard Councilman Williams report chairman for detail This shouldbe munity Church. All the boys of The Woman's Missionary Unionof I

tQ the Clay County Com- that weather permitting, an excellent chance to make Dens No. 1 and No. 2 and their the First Baptist Church met
mission at its next meeting. the painting of new street lamp your own Easter outfit have fun,, families will attend. Dinner will all'I Tuesday morning, Feb. 9, at USABLE SPACE !
Instructed the Clerk to bill the standards would begin the weekof Following the .
and derive a lot of satisfaction begin at 6:30 p. m. the church for their regular
nursery school, operating on the Feb. 15.Referred. On March 29, you will have the! meal awards wilt be presented to monthly meeting. Mrs. Stella
Adams property for an occupational the matter of gas opportunity to model your outfit; the boys about 16 Cubs in all. Stanley opened the meeting witha !

license. masks! for the Rescue Unit to jt the fashion show,- when the!, Card Party Coming Up prayer Mrs. A- E. Anthonythe LOW BUDGET PRICE
Requested Norman Crigler to Councilman' Beam for investigation .nudging will be don "The proof Card players are asked to keep president, presided at the meet-
appear in person before Council [ and report.at the next meet-.of the pudding is In the eating'fie March 17 open for the Woman's I It was announced that Thevvoria ,

relative to his application to do ing. .I( contest is for dresses'_suits, Club Benefit Card Party. March ..ing... Jay of .rrajervm......._.._._ _.n .oc... heldat i iI

I or evening wear. No play-clothes 17, of course is St. Patrick's Day the Community Church on I iI

4i'& IN REAL ESTATE or beach wear. 1 and Lenten restrictions do not March 4. Mrs. Roy Chasteen pre- I
Library Hours To Change aply to that day in the event sented an interesting program;
Starting Monday Feb. 22, the anyone has voluntarily "given up" "Our Responsibility as Christians:

3-Bed Room, Living: Room, Kitchen and Garage, Large Keystone Heights Woman's Club cards for Lent. The party will be What God Expects of Us." A prayer -

Lot Paved ,Road. Five Blocks to "Downtown. $11,500, Library will be operating on a new m the afternoon. Keep it-in mine vas offered by Mrs. Irene Rus-
schedule. New times will be Monday Mrs. Darden Surprised sell. At the close of the meeting,

with $4,500 Down. : Wednesday, and Friday: Monday evening Feb. 15, Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Smith read a poem .
Lake Lots ,- Some Bargains for Cash. You can now afternoons from 3 to 5 p. m. This Thomas Elmore, Mrs. Darrell Davis "The Baby" and presented Mrs. ; = -

get Next Year's "Lost Opportunities." has been done to help the high- and Mrs. Leon Ridaught were Anthony a live gift from the Woman's -

Brand New Homes on Paved Streets. Low Down Pay- school boys and girls who ride the joint hostesses at a Stork Showerat Missionary Union. Following -
Course. $9,000 to busses. They will be glad to know the Elmore home in the Key- the business meeting a luncheon -
Lake Access. Near Golf
ments.
reading Club Estates honoring Mrs. Educational -
that their supplementary $tone was served in the
$15,500. F.H.A. Financing. \will be- on a special table at the Carl Darden. The party was a Building with the Nell Pearce

Woman's Club Library and ans complete surprise to Mrs. Darden, Circle as hostesses. I
S. E. M KAY -- REALTOR I bjoks they especially want or need who was more than overwhelmed. We are sorry there is no Epis- I
will be ordered for them. Since Mrs. Darden received gifts iroral [Continued On Next Page
I Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 -. 4151 these students ride the busses it the ladies present, and a few

Melrose Phone Granite 5.2968 is hard for them'to do -any lIbl'aryj, I more who could not attend. Party
work after school so they should guests included Mrs. J. R. Smith. HAIR OFF,

be grateful to know that they can MIS. John Reid. Mrs. E. L. Bunce FOREVERUnsightly
do their reference work and sup- Mrs. Charles McGlave Mrs. Bill

,plemeqtary reading right in Keystone Baker. Mrs. Mildred King Mrs.
Heights. Casper Brune. Mrs. Roger Bryan. Excess Facial
tiow Are YOU.-. Three Hostesses Entertain Mrs. George Rose !Mrs. Howard I Hair Removed "s4a Y.

Mrs. Lew Muir Mrs. Harold Murphy, Sr., Mrs. Jimmy Miller PermanentlrEdmund
Sutton. and Mrs. Richard N. Sun- Ms. A. E.;: Anthony,fMrs. Frank)

& jderland were joint hostesses at a Ilgen, Mrs. William Warren. Mrs. ,
r Bridge party pn Wednesday even- Kenneth Cooper ,Mrs. Flossie .,Sew; rk

|ing, Feb. 10, *t the Keystone Ccpelan. Mrs. Charlotte Gregory
t .1 Heights Woman's'Club. The party Mrs. Bill Belote Mrs. Barry Wey- Dwyer 5' 5

was a dessert-brfdge, and the man and Mrs. Ida Murphy a
..r \ ( ii' Valentine motif was carried visitor from Connecticut. There Electrologist! I

throughout with heart-shaped were games and refreshments. Model! T12
) cakes and ice cream. High prizewinner Prizes for the games were won by 107 W. University Ave.

.. i/ was Mrs. E., F. Aiken. Mrs. J. R. Smith and Mrs. Ida Gainesville FR 2.8039 Space Age" design makes every inch usable

t II second prize :winner was Edward Murphy. -
,. onneen, while Mrs Fremont CHURCH NEWS: I '- BIG 12.1
Tolles won third prize Mrs. C. V. St. William's Catholic Church: CASE RECORDSOF I-- 1

Brust won the Bingo Prize. There On Sunday morning the HOT MAGNA-SEAl II ,CU. FT. SIZE
A CHIROPRACTORBy I
at the party. Name Society consisting of men NEW
40 guests
were
At NIl'li/ln Money Mr. And Mrs. Harris EntertainOn from[ both St. Williams and St. Dr. IL G. Bollinger I SEAIS-IN COLD I '

Saturday evening Feb. 13, Edward's Church held their semiannual Ccse No. R 38 DOOR,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris entertained ,breakfast in St. William'sRecreation 298.884AtiNm4ll
at after the 10 o' y/
Hall
after h a group of their friends male 58 had pain between
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age "
hold onto u TRADE
money : breakfast was lTn
Only a magician can three tables of bridge. clock Mass. The shoulders, frequent attacks of upset /
has dipped through his fingers. As for the rot High prize winners were Mrs prepared by Mr. Wilbur Neal and stomach and vomiting Condition .
Ed Con- and served by the sit
Tones and Mr
of Fremont company diagnosed as diseased gall
of u$, the smartest trick is to bank put every Boy Scouts of St. William's parish '

dollar we receive- first thing each payday t. neen.Shower For l1rIllJ.rsden Johnny and; Georgie Allen, bladder mended. and surgery was recom .5 : NOTHING DOWN% $$3 A WEEK
Jimmy
Sutton /
Mrs. Allen Mar den was honored David: Schaeffer Lee refused and Chin ::
Reidldaster Surgery was
W. Invite you to become an with a Stork,Shower the last Davies. and Johnny restored normal .
Michael practlc adjustments
her second of Ceremonies
when
In January
.v+ary-payday saver at our bank! Friday graders brought baby-gifts to Gilhooley. .of Starke introduced I, function to the gall bladder good "We Service Everything We Sell".REDFEARN'S
school on her last day with them. Attorney Dan Naughton of Jacksonville and patient, again enjoys

Room mothers who assisted with who related some 'of his I health.

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK ths shower were ides. Dick Sun- irieresting experiences as a Navy For farther information contactDr.
de land. Mrs. E. T. Martin and Flier in W. W. IL

Mis. Thomas Elmore. On Sunday evening an impressive H. G. BollingerCIHBOPRACTIC
Member F.D.LC. Luncheon At Club Estates candle-light service was held .

A Friendly- Bank In a Friendly Community Mrs. Leo LeBlanc entertained a in the church for the Boy Scoots, OFFICE PHONE 4251'or 9391" Keystone Heights
luncheon at conducted by Father Cornelius Phone ,,4-2881 .
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of friends ftt : '
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,Keystone Heights, Fla. ,her home in Keystone Club Estates I Daugherty, pastor. Climax of the 428 N.Wa1nut St. I ., -- -- -' '-- .- :=; :, = : -- -
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YYQvvvyyvvvvyvvvvyvvvv- recuperating at her home at Twin I r cafe. Bridge last week were 1st I II' I points while keeping the Spud- gery in a local hospital.Mr Lizzie Rosier and son. J. E.. Rosier I, :NOTICE APPLICATION- FOR r 1960. -- _...esA

Lake. I I' Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. Dottie I sters to 6 and put Melrose ahead and Mrs. Bill Pendanris ; and Mrs. Bertie Loper and.' *....TImr.o. liM.16. F. S. I I {SEAL t Charles) A. Darby
KEYSTONE Mrs. Mable Husbands arrived I Scully; 2nd, Miss Sarah Mans- 26-16 at halftime. Mrs. Lula Pendarvis Mr. and Mrs. sons of Hampton. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -

home on Monday from St. Vin- : eW and Mrs. Mary took; 3rd, When th third quarter ended, Luther Hilliard Mr. and Mrs. Horace Redding of Jacksonville.1'I! of that the Hollis following V. Knight certificates the bolder has County,* Florida., 3l4 It .:a
HIGHLIGHTS cent's Hospital and is feeling fin Mrs. John Strawn and Mrs. Nan the! Spudsters were trailing by Troy Bennett and Mr. and Mrs.Arthur visited L. H. Redding and family. ''hl..d said certificates for a taxI
She underwent surgery on Feb. 8, i Hopkins; 4th, Mrs. Ray Becker two points, 36-34 However hi the Pearce were among the We are sorry to report tnat I I. ,i i.:'d to be issued thereon The certi- 'I. 'I'ho ('ollnt,. Jn LA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,AALJIJ and came home just 'a week later. i and Mrs. Robert Hollis..Melrose liral quarter. Melrose pushed ahead friends'visiting Mrs. Selma Eunice many folks in Evergreen still have ant.'Ethe'toate numbers destTiptKm and years of the of i property u-- ,! Probate t.'oaa'T Florida, la

(Continued from.Page 7) Mrs. Ruth Beasley and. her School Honor RollSixtyfour with 13 more points while and George Shuford in" St. Vin- the flu and are unable to attend.: and the names m which jt* : .n RE: Estate of John TV. WU-

daughter Mrs. Eie Raulerson of., students at Melrose I Ii holding Hastings to 8, and won Ct-nrs Hospital on Sunday. cnuich services. We wish all of :I. was l.'t>rtif assessed<-ate Xo.are JO as; Year follows of:, ISKU-1111-4.NOTICE Dei-eased.TO CREDITORS
copal News to report at this time Verry, are house guests of Mr. and i i made the Honor Roll! last six t oy a 7 point margin 49-42. In. a Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Sapp and tiiem a speedy recovery.Mrs. j.I iUktt 5T. > t AU persons having claims or dei .
We hope to have some next week. Mrs. M. L. Beasley and daughter, ; weeks, announced Principal Clarence previous game* Melrose beat Hash children's guests on Friday were Dewey Harvey of Maccleny I 1M riptiijn of Property Com at r i okaads against the estate of JohnW
SH'eor of NWU of SKl: & K2il :
run Wiilard deceased" hcr">
are Meanwihle how about stoppingin Marian- They are Mr. Beasley's I Holden. ,rugs> 81-29. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor of spent last week with her sonin'iaw I.I ; Ft, X 155: ft. fr H Poll inn "ut.lied and required to file their
at the Nearly-New .Shop and mother and sister. The students, who range from Larry Cooper and Ray Renfro: Middleburg.Mr. and daughter, Mr. and,Mrs. j:''X !129!! ft. to E aid of Kd U Sli: .I..i,,IMS in the "fflo" of the C"un.r
looking around at some of the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carpenter of I me '1st through 12th grades, include were top scorers, scoring 13 and and Mrs. Billy Torode and Edmond; Rosier, and family. A.t..ng! ;. 12 HA T 14 6*;S ft.R.:2 E: s::KVime Ft. to Pull .A'igc in he i of Count Bradford Court County House<< Florida at,

bargains? Aberdeen, N. Care guests of Mr. : 12th grade Beth Pierce 12 points respectively, for Mel- son of Gainesville visited Mr. and Visitors of your reporter re- ,: in which assessed D. E MarK.", Florida, within eight talen-

Personals I. Carpenter's brother and wife, Mr. i i Margaret Royster.. and Janet Weaver rose. Joe Parker led Hastings with.l Mrs. Fred Moore on Saturday. cently were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene j' Knight.All if. said property Ewing; in the n fii..ti Mrs. Lee Riegler and son Ricky,, arid Mrs. William A. Carpenter I ; 11th, Carol Hansen and San- 14 points while Rex Knorr had 13 : Mr. and Mrs. D. B. :Thomas and McDonald and three children, and <; "..unt)" vf Bradford State of Kloi- the samewill become void according -

from Detroit Mich., arrived on I on Magnolia Ave. I da Ridaught; 10th Joe Pete An- for the Spudsters.The d.ughter spent Sunday with.M S. Gary Walker, alt of Jacksonville. ida.I'nlissiu.h certificate or certificates First to law. Thus January ?'!3!, !'60.
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Monday for a visit with Mrs. Rie- We are sorry to hear that Mrs. : gle and Larry Linsin; 9th. Virginia Hastings B squad won their s, P. Green and Mrs. Lucille Stou There will be' a change in the &nui De redeemed 'eordlllgt' January 28 Itlt.
g ers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lew Muir is "wobbly on her' pins" fcrd .and Elaine Samson; 8th, game against Melrose, 3422. ten in Jacksonville W. M. S. pro, rant this month because I..\\" I th<. property ilestril-ed in */ P.TRlCL1ARY HYMAX
LeBlanc. of Keystone. Club Es inese days, due to a bout with the Ellen Scott Marc Lawrence, and Clayton Lockerman was top scorer'| Rev. George Chism of Moniac of the mass meeting at the I l'u4h be sold certificate to the highest or certificates bidder at will tlueo'ii J..linV.\dm.nt\tTatrlx. \\illuid.of deceased.the Estate of
flu. We hope she and all others Glenda Herren; 7th, JoAnn Eich- as he contributed 10 points for ,I Ga visited :Mr. and Mrs. Levin Dayless; Highway Chinch on Febnary f notice door nn the first Monday H'.II's' \'. Knight
tates.Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Carlton arrived afiicted with. the same malady' elsderfer, Wilma Gardner and the Melrose Bees. Herbert Davis 'Griffis on Sunday.At : 25. The time change will be ; IS the' in:yumth d.iof of Mann Manh, I960I I96a. which : Sl.irKe Attorney l Florida for Administratrix.
home on Sunday night from will soon be feeling better again. Martha Scott. ltd Hastings with 8. I the regular meeting of the announced< later. I i j Mod tin1 day of February. 1,2* 4t 2 'ISKEDDY
Miami where they had driven The majority of honor studentscome In the Friday night game Ft. PTA on Tuesday evening, it was
their children. Skipper and Molly FIRST BAPTIST;' CHURCH from elementary grades and McCoy jumped to a 12-7 .first. voted to purchase a water cooler

for visit with their maternal KEYSTON'E HEIGHTS I include: 6th grade, Sara Baldwin quarter lead and were ahead 16-I for our new cafeteria. The president I
grandpareats, Mr. and Mrs. Arn- J. R. Smith pastor Ralph Cissie Lee and Hilda Wise; 5th, 12 at halftime. The third quarter I Mrs. R. E. Lee and Principal r

old K. MacDonnough.Mrs. Copeland, Minister of Music and I Steve Williams Bill Harris, Betty brought an end to their lead,I James Temple would like toiuee "
Brian Nation of Montego church organist I Jean Cross, Walter Sturdivant |however, as the Bulldogs poured I all patrons to attend these &i' ,:; : >' : .k 4

Bay. Jamaica, has been in the Services: Sunday School 9:45a : and Robert McGuire''; 4th,_ Wanda |iu 11 points while holding the i monthly meetings and help make_ \ \

Biadford County Hospital for m. Morning WorshIp 11 a. m. Adams, Bill Angle Lloyd Baldwin [Pirates to '4. I this one of the best years in the I I
some time with pneumonia. She I Training Union 7 p. m. Evening David Gaboardi Sue Hammock In the final quarter the Bull- history; of the. Lawtey PTA- 1't
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is much improved now and will services 8 p. m, Marlene Odom, Patsy Winters dogs lengthened their lead by 11 I Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs- '. :. !
be out of the hospital in another "Make church worship a' family Janis'Wodey; 3rd, Diane Addison more points and won the gam*.j Joyce Futch spent Saturday t: '
at which time she will go Mimi Float 43-29. This victory was accomplished W. Durham in V V
week, affair, Barbara, Breyfogle, Mr. and Mrs. G. i //1 b
to home of her daughter, Mrs Pat Harris, Scooter Hulen, Sharon without the service of theregular i Jacksonville While' there they

John Rulflni. to recuperate. Mrs. William's Catholic Chapel Nobles, Phyllis Odom Brenda players Larry Cooper and I'visited with Mrs. Selma Eunice .. .,., ',,'.>
Nation came from Jamaica for KeystoneIteihts Simmons, Dale a Weghorst: and Johnny Prevatt who were in- i and George Shuford in St. Vin- 1 j jJ i f \ Ir

tie birth of her second grand Suncuy Mass at 8:30: a. m.' liana Yarbrough; 2nd, Woody e1 gible. j I cent's Hospital. e
thUd and to assist her daughteu Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. Bryan, Garry Lockerman T. C. Ray Renfro. was top scorer for I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wil- : 1t ,,-i.,::;''

Mrs. Huffini. when she came Tuesday Mas \t 8:00: a. m. :Miller :Milton Parker Charles I Melrose with 12 points. followed ''Tiams: of Jacksonville were Sunday t I
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home from the hospital with the Confessions before all Masses Jerry Gregory Spires Gerry: by Calvin O'Steen: with 10. Roy I guests of Mr.,and Mrs. Ed Durbanand : ; \
baby. Unfortunately, :she became :Baptisms marriages and instructions flake, Judy Ormsbee Christine Seigler led the Pirates with 7. !. family. > :
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ill shortly after hers daughter's by appointment Brantley, Christine Gaboardi, The iris game also went toMelrose Mr. and airs Rowed trevau ana
arrival from the hospitaL Mrs. I.Alartha Matnews, Connie biorrts, 55-36, with, Virginia Ford family were in Lake Butler on tS
Ruffini's father, the Hon. B. C. tmYrnTYYn.myn.ynMELROSE and Lonette Selph; 1st, Teena scoring 33 points for Melrose and Sunday to help Mrs. Ernest;
o'Bl: Nation, arrived ft* Monday Rothhammer, Madalyn Weg- Linda Martin scoring 20 for Ft. Southerland celebrate her birthday 'x ,1 5

from Jamaica to stay until- his horst Lynn Sturdivant Beverley McCoy. anniversary with a family;! ,
wife Is discharged from the hospital Strickland, Linda Perry Judy Mc- dinner at their home. .
Mrs. H. H. Bigelow from By Joyce Rothhammer Grath Becky Carnes, Linda Armstrong TRINITY EPISCOPAL Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ballentine "
Boston. Mrs. Nation's sister, ar- Evelyn Adams and Clifford CHURCH. MELROSE cf Jacksonville spent Sunday with
lived on Tuesday to be with her, IAIAAAAA4AA uAAAaaAAa. Yarbrough. Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar ,Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson and
also.} Mrs. Ruffini has also been Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Swett |I Lake Swan Sunday-10 'a: m., Sunday; the Leon Wilkersons.
on the sick-list with a bad cold have gone to Ft. Lauderdale after I I The Lake Swan Bible Conference School 1l:]5 a. m. Morning Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton
and laryngitis. 4 visit with their son-in-law and I will open its 1960 season on Prayer and Sermon [Holy Communion : and sons of Jacksonville were 1t
Mr Anthony Restivo of Key- daughter Mr, and Mrs. Charles I February 20 with a series of Sat- each first Sunday]: 730 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
stone Club Estates is a patient at Williams and grandchildren. Rob- I u. Hospital. The I Holy.Days-10 .a: m., Holy Com R. E. Lee and 1r
Bradford County 12, Steven, Mark and Paul. tion, it was announced by Dr. '. i Jlr. and Mrs.
R t1vo's recently moved to Key Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. Campbellwere John Minder Conference Director mlmIon. children were in Jacksonville on
stone Heights from Detroit.Mr. favored by a call from Dr, The Saturday'night series will Sunday for a visit with Mr. and ,
and Mrs. L. V. Shields of and Mrs. Roy Brennen on Friday. be illustrated with many colored Woman :Mrs. Lonnie Adams and fancily
Columbus.: Ohio were overnight Cr. Brennen is pastor of St. Pictures done by a German portrait Keystone Mrs. Polly Prevatt and family ,;
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hetlv Mark's Church of Rockville Center -j( artist. The pictures have I II spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
crington and family. The Shields Long Island. The Brennenswere been presented to audiences a- Clarence! Knight in Maxville.
who are Mrs. Hetherington's aunt enroute to St. Petersburg.. I cross the United States and in And 'Lost' SpouseContinued :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum of 'C A -
and uncle, had been wintering in Mrs. W. P. Guess of Stevenson Canada and were received with Palatka were weekend guests ,of +;!;:k tr ,, : ,
Southern Florida and were, en Ala. was a weekend guest of herbrotherinlaw !high praise wherever they were [ From Page 7] :Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson.
route to their home in Ohio. and sister Mr. andMrs. shown. The presentation will be- t Allen Hart and daughters spent
1 Mr. and Mrs. G. E- Robinsonand E. M. Robinson. tin at 7:30: p. m. on Saturday, coming to Cincinnati "as soon as Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. Lacy -
children Sharon sand Jimmy Lynelle McGee returned home Feb. 20. and the series will con- pcssible" for a reunion with his Harvey in Macclenny. i\! SAYS:

from Jacksonville, were house Sunday froma hospital in Ocala tinue each Saturday night for the children and their families. Jlr.. and ilrs. Sidney Williamson : TAKE A HINT SIR. .
?jests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Barn- where she underwent surgery to following month. When asked if he would like to and: daughters of Gainesville visited I
ford and son, Rodney, this past have her appendix removed. Other aspects of the Conference see his first wife he replied; "If the F. S. Campbells and the oTh
weekend.Mrs. Also returning from the hospital program to be featured in the she comes to see- me 111 meet. L. C. Kings on Friday evening. BUV'ER A DRYERAn
E. C. Weichel a former Sunday was Mrs. Edward Fen-ell. near future will include various ntr. I am going to the U. S., to Mr. and :Mrs. Riley Dixon of

Ktystoner wha now lives in Jacksonville She has been in the Bradford :i musical groups missionaries see my children and I do not Palatka spent Saturday with Mr. y r ELECTRIC DRYER will do the job better takes the
has to Cuba N. Y. educators. want to fly all the way to Flori
gone County Hospital. We wish both I Christian leaders and Owen Carter and sons.
to be with her daughter Mrs. Lynelle and Mrs. Ferrell a speedy The public is invited to attend all da to see her :Mr. and Mrs., T. W. Tatum and I stretch and strain out of washdays. "Electric Sunshine" beats
Courtney Howe who is -xpectiag convalescence. the services. As for the proposed family reunion daughter attended church.service all outdoors (even in'' beautiful Florida) for: drying clothes

a baby. This will 6e the second Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mann returned The Lake Swan Bible Conference in Cincinnati Mrs. Sherman in Ocala on Sunday.Mr. : gentler fluffier and sweeter-smelling. '
child for Sandy and "Corky"Howe. last week from Oteen, N. grounds are located on Lake has expressed doubts that and Mrs. Edward Massey ,
Their many friends in Keystone C where Mr. 'l Mann underwent Swan and Lake Rosa on state sr.e will be able to ,attend. At i iI and family moved to Quincy on Better yet let the "Matchless Four"ease aery washday chore. ,

wish them continue good treatment at the Veterans Hospital -.I highway 26 about half way between I present she is in training as a I Monday where Mr. Massey will)) be Go modern the All-Eiectric way-washer, dryer "sitdown"ironer
ft luck.Mr. there. Melrose and Putnam Hall. .bank teller with the Keystone associated with the railroad. and automatic water heater-and rfdly live' better!

and Mrs. Bob Paige of Mar- Mr and Mrs. Glynn Rothham- Melrose; Tops Hastings Ft. McCoy State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark and ,
shf ield. Mass spent Sunday after- made it "My life was so peaceful;" See Jour electric appliance dealer today
iner and family spent last weekend I The Melrose Bulldogs family George Williams, and Ovid I II j
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harvey of I in Gainesville visiting rela 15 wins against 4 losses last week she declared. "I have been happy I Denmark pf Jacksonville were : FLORIDA' POWER & LIGHT COMPANY th'lr'
White Feather Court Mr, and !by handing both Hastings and Ft. in Florida and want to stay I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.I "; '
Mrs. Paige, who are wintering at tives.Mrs.. Bally McCracken and three I I:McCoy a defeat.In ;ere." Owen Carter an dsons. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA yK=
Daytona Beach, were childhood the Tuesday night game, Mrs. J. L. !
children from Atlanta Ga. were Waters J. S. and L"i=i3_
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friends of the Harveys. |Hastings led 10-9 in the first Danny spent Sunday with Mr. and
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Arthur Chapman came I!quarter. This slim lead was soon Mrs. B. H. Higginbotham and son "-- --=
home from the Bradford County I Francis Chiappini and family. I I overcome by the Bulldogs in the \ in Maxville. '

Hospital on Sunday, and she is i Winners of the Melrose Dupli second quarter as they scored 17-.. :Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Friday WHICHFORD

Aj Un. JOTCO T., Ynt.-b overnight guests of her sister, S

Mrs.! c. E. Strickland, in Gaines. -
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FISHING CONTESTNOW and Mrs. G. W.- Roberts Deepest sympathy is extended to .. ECONOMY TWIN,
Mrs. Effie Miner Miss Mary Ann ;the relatives here and to Mrs. I S
Motes and Mrs. Nell Andrews attended Connie Hodges in the death of Mr. I -
k : the wedding of Mrs. Betty Connie Hodges in a Jacksonville I
\ Miner and Billy Reid in Jacksonville hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs.
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on Sunday afternoon. Hodges were. recent residents of _
IN PROGRESS 'Guests of Mr and Mrs. P. L. La wtey.
Dinkms during the weekend were Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss Enza CHOOSE EITHER ONE AND
WE FORD DEALERS WILL MAKE \
Mr and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and Blanchard attended a Postmasters /
YOU THE DEAL OF A LIFETIME _'
.. .'. son of St. Augustine Miss Adel Convention in East Palatka on r. '. ,
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: _.- --- -- _" ..._ ____ ;1iL _ JIlL Oinkins of Jacksonville, Mr. and Sunday.Mr. .
Mrs. Horace Cox of Lake Santa and Mrs. Doyle Eubankssere :.., "
Fc.ant! the Charles Duikins family \ ; \
weekend guests of their ..:
BLACK FRE'E SPECKLEDB of Starke. parents, Mr. and Mrs, E. N, Shiver, >'-, if. y A
Those visiting with Mr. and, and !It. and Mrs. W. N. Eubanksin \- "-,' Mrs. Luther Billiard! and Mrs. Panama City.EVERGREEN. Falcon Tudor Sedan
Sarah Starling were Mrs.. JA.. ..
TO ANY SPORTSMAN .. .i SAVE THE NEW-SIZE WAY
AS PERCH i
S ) Mrs. Sunny Kite and .TYYYTTYYY.TTTY..T. the
daughter and Steve Starling ofpcksotlville. ., The new Ford Falcon costs up to J12i 1 1ar taf*
That Weighs in 10 Lb. Larger BlackBass
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than cthee 6-p3JSeni.er cal9pads) sJ 1, ti
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or 2y Lb. or Larger Speckled ,
Perch. 2 Friends of Mrs. Selma Euniceill Why is Falcon first in sales among t!
.. regret to learn that she entered ,By Sirs. Sybil Griffis. compact cars? Look what you get!"?
St. Vincent's Hospital on &1AA Room for six king-sizers and loads of
AAA.aAtiAyAAIAAAAVisitors ..
Lure of Your Choice! Wednesday. Mrs. Brad Norton and "" luggage. Up to 30 miles per gallon

f Mrs. Mitchell Brown accompaniedMrs. of Mr and Mrs.. Quincj 5 4.000 miles between oil changes. For the
3 REGISTER BEFORE YOU GO } Eunice, to Jacksonville Her 1 Rosier last weekend were their big thrill-come in and drive a Falcon
and )fl-in-law and daughter Mr. and 'Sosid
FISHING! 1" daughter, Mrs. Tom Barry, 0"tnaeefactwr"
children of Columbia, S. C., arrived I'!.(is. Homer<:? Hart and daughter t. w aedttd reloI;.li.I'"pnnl;

BIG S You Must Be Registered Before You B 1 G Friday for an extended visit\ I Terrell, of Jacksonville. Also
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Go Fishing. with her and Mr. and Mrs. J.:S- visiting( the Rosiers were Mr. and 0
Eunice and David. Mrs.. Eugene McDonald of. Jacksonville -
PrizesIOnDispJpJ'. of and Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harvey
PRIZES I PRIZES
Oxlando spent Sunday with Mr. Griffis and Rhonda of Highland'
ONLY ONE PER CUSTOMER ;+ and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. W e.ken1sitors of Mr. and

-, Mrs. Effie Boatright, Mrs. War- I Mrs. W. H. Morgan were their
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icn Boatright, James Owen, Miss Smith and
:Merle Boatright, the Carl Van- ,;heir granddaughter, Carol: Moran 01 M) Sedai

WE HAVE ENLARGED' OORSPORTS DEPARTMENTSee zant family and D. E. Boatright both of Starke. Visitors on I
were in Lake City on Sunday for 1:Saturday afternoon were !Mrs., J. .
a visit with Warren Boatright inthe I IE. Norman and son, James; Mrs. SAVE THE FUU.-SIE WAY| '' e

Us For Veterans hosPital. I i rI The Dew Farlanc! 500.!) b'ggef.Sfier: ffl wery.way ,t y, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish I I .. ...yet priced ap j to$142 tea* Ihn last year! .
had as guests during the week, ,
9 YOUR GOLF EQUIPMENT Mr. and Mrs. C. Bodden of Callahan I\ WI ELIASJEWELRY. How about that hood styled svtect and low so vent SAVE COME A BUNDLE ,1. ':
and'Mrs. Hart Bartlett whor'y rou go. How about firte-rer: fcaftgrs like the ".\
FISHING SKI Mr. I
e GEAR AND EQUIPMENT AT YOUR y ,;
and color-ke ed steering wheel .
cigarette lighter > .
and Mrs. ,
of Jacksonville Beach FORD ;
Susan Kohler of Orange Park. 'i things you'd think would cost extra! /8>d r *aa :'. lROfEuAtIINRi'3 :. x
Rod Will Fish" Rod Racks : and Mrs. Q. L. Sapp andrandton. : up to four inches more for shoulder I And DCW wide WORLD OF FOKOStatw \\1 i
See Our Mr.
"Have i WATCHES DIAMONDS tread that hugs the curves'! Yet the price is hundicds \\i
Lynn, and Mrs. Kath- I'n
less than can that aren't nearly as fine! .JoJ
enne Sponholtz spent Thursday I REPAIRS -
in Gamesvifie. AD Work rOR-JM! ,..,J_01.Li,.,. fALCOM-n..th.Ford S3 THUHDERBlRD-n! Wortfi M.*Wwfctf Car
with Mrs. Susan. Sapp. I. GuaranteedA.
\ Builders C. Williams -
Starke SuppliesNEXT Mrs. Arthur Pearce spent Tuesday TERWILLEGARc
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... .. .....YTT'' of the PTA: Willie Brown.- T. made. They plan to march in I Pauline Marshall, reporter. I asked to dedicate this day to New !!Club meeting; Tuesday, 7 p. m., office, a marriage license was lsI -
Marshall and Clarence Williams. them by the first Sunday in Antioch Baptist Church Rev.i Mt. Pisgah. We would like to |I choir rehearsal; Wednesday 7 p- I I sued to Will Cooper and Alberta
OF INTEREST TO I
COLORED The possibility of setting up a March if you will help them. Any George W. Lee, pastor, will hold I raise enough money at this time V in.i Prayer Meeting; Friday, 7 p.'Campbell, both of Starke.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy blood bank was discussed by the I member of the church who will services: on Sunday starting with I to definitely complete the church. !m., Prayer Band; saturday 8 p. !
group: It was decided that a committee give a donation toward the expenses -'Sunday School at 10 a. m., Supt... Mrs. Elnora Cannon and others |m., I Can Circle. Members and PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Ozora Shell would be appointed to con- involved in this project I,Clarence Williams in charge. soliciting funds and other services ;lends are cordially invited to attend -|I' CHURCH
tact persons informed on such will be thanked heartily by the Morning worship at 11 a. m. Federation' fiom choirs and groups as well as V| all the above activities. Mary I Sunday School 1C a. m.; Mom
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services and get the information .snildren. More than 17 children at 3 p. m. Rev. E. D.!individuals to make this a great I I|McBride reporter. J Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evange-
h', A Boj! with another funeral. A more com- needed to organize a blood bank. Lave: enrolled and expressed their Robinson, president; Rev. George}day. Please do not fail to\appear I'|I. Allen Chapel. M. E. Church.' llstlc services 7SO p. m.
On February 6, Mr. and Mrs.I plete obituary will be published The next regular meeting will be willingness to sing for the up- Lee vice-president. Evening serjvices on this program.Don't forget ACE I I,Rev L- Sampson, pastor will '! Wednesday Preyer Meeting
I> W. Lawton of Springfield, i.txt week.1'hurston on Wednesday, March 2, at 8 p. building of God's Kingdom. Parents at 6:30: p .m. All members}r League every Sunday. SammieLet :,
Mass. became the proud parents School Xeews n.. Rev. Levy Lennon, president: i, it is,up to us to help them. .are asked to observe these services. of a baby boy who weighed 7 James Robinson, first grade M. J. Lee. secretary-reporter, !Remember, "These Are Our Chil- Mrs. Arata Williams, reporter.Mt. Jr.. reporter, I;I[,starting with Sunday School at ;i, Sunday School, 10 a, a. Morni -*
pounds and 13 ounces at birth. student and son of Mr. and Mrs. Fiesta Social Club I dren." Watch this paper for the I I. Pisgah A. M. E. Church Bethlehem Freewill Baptist'' 1C a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas i n i Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday
Mrs. Lawton is the former Palm Joe Robinson, Is slowly improving The regular meeting of the announcement of the meeting Rev. J. rf. Grimmage. pastor, will) Church. Rev.'Lewis McKay pastor 'i charge. Morning Worship at 11 a. 1! Evening Service 7:43: p. m. YPB
Diggs, recent graduate of RJE liter having been sick for seven Fiesta Social Club will be held on the Federation, which was not hold services on Sunday starting! will hold regular services on I m. Evening Worship at 6 p. m. Service Wednesday 7:43: p. m.
utah School, and the daughter of school days. On Wednesday, Feb.' Friday. Feb. 26, at 8 p. m. at the held due to the funeral. A special with Sunday School at 9:45: a. m.j';Sunday starting with Sunday i' We are deeply grateful to the Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:43: p. in.C4666 .
Deacon and Mrs. John Diggs of 10, the teacher Mrs. S. C. Price, I cad Wateroak School. Mr. and announcement will be made by S:..pt. Anna C. Wright in charge. !School. Supt. Saul Newman and pastor Rev. E. D. Robinson, and ,
Starke. The Lawtons can be and pupils took a big box of groceries Mrs. William Holland will serve the president Rev. Robinson, on Morning and evening worship will j others in charge. Correction on the cpngregation of Ebenezer
reached for expressions at 83 to James. It included many '& host and hostess. All members Sunday. Ranell English, reporter.: be led by the pastor. The Allen I appearance of Antioch last Sun- B.ptl'Church for the services
Quincy Street, Springfield, Mass. cans of vegetables, meats, grits,I'are asked to attend and bring in New Bethel Baptist Church. Christian Endeavor League will'Jay. A small group did worshipon !i on first Sunday at which time ,
I ObituariesRev. potatoes fresh vegetables and a !application fees for new member- R*v. A. B. Vinson. pastor, will meet at 5 'p. m. The new officers the first Sunday" and raised, they raised $26 to help our church. 701005I
H. J. Blunt, pastor of Mt large peach pie for dessert. Mrs.{ships. If we have any sick members have Sunday SchooL at 9:30 a. are asked to attend. Supervisor, $16 which was ctynated to thebgdlding !Junior Church meeting each Mon-
Moruh Methodist Church, Greater Pace and the pupils made the kindly notify your president, m, Supt. Milton Ellerson in charge. Mrs. Grimmage. Don't forget our;' fund. Please observe the day at 5- p. m. Mrs. E. J. Givens,
Bell Brooker, New River presentation. James1 mother, Mrs. Mrs. Ethel Young, so that this ( At 11 a. m., funeral servicesfor big building fund rally on the following worship and .activity reporter.
and Pleasant Grove will be f uner- Robinson, gave many thanks for may be passed on to the "sick" Rev. L. D. Favors. Choir and fourth Sunday. All choirs, churches j schedule; : Coming Marriage
alized at Mt. Moriah in Starke the groceries. We wish for Jamesa committee. .All officers are askedto ushers are asked to serve. Mrs. ,' members, and ministers are' Monday. 7. p. m., Faithful Few i I Lost week at the county judge's I
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today, He is a former district superintendent speedy recovery. All patrons are please be present so that the
and returned to invited to attend the regular PTA installation may be held at the .
pastor these churches for the second meeting on Monday, Feb. 22, at 'Beginning of -the meeting. Mrs.Ethel '
time. Rev. Blunt is widely 7 p. m. Mrs. Louiza Brown, presi- t Young, president; :Mrs. Per-
known in religious circles all over dent; Miss Aaron, secretary. We nella Cummings, reporter I I
the state and nation. At high noon have set the date for our May Day Carnation Club ,
')it Thursday, the honorable activity program early so that I On Sunday at 11 a. m., the
Bishop; J. W E. Bowen of the Cen- there will be no conflict with other Carnation Club held their second
tral Jurisdiction of the Atlantic I schools. Make May 10th a "red worship service l participation at
Coast Area will deliver the principal circle" day for a big observancein I Mt. Moriah Methodist Church. Motors
eulogy. Rev. E. M. Hurley, Ljncoln City. Mrs. S. C. Price, 'Tae setting was quiet, peacefuland
Sujit. of the Jacksonville District, teacher-reporter. 'I beautiful; almost like a memorial Tcrwlllir.
.will preside over the program. He RJE Coronation service to the departed
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eaves to mourn his loss a devoted The annual coronation ceremonies pastor, Rev. H. J. Blunt. When
wife Mrs. Louise Blunt 6 sons, of RJE will be held on II this date was set, the group fully
3 daughters, a host of other rela- Friday night at 7 p. m. Admissionfree. expected to enjoy the richness of .
tives, members. and sorrowing The program is a setting I the sermons as only Rev. Blunt, "
friends. with a Parade of Blue. The pre- himself!, could deliver to a group
Mrs. Julia Tryson of Lincoln toronation activities will include 'II'like this. But he had already answered -
.City will be laid to rest on Sun- the parade which will begin at 1 the master's call. This was I
Gay. Feb. 21, after the funeral services p. m. Friday and will follow about I a very sad day for President Wil-
which will be held at 3 p. t'u- same route as in previousears. hclmenia Brooks who 'is also a
'n. at Ebenezer Baptist Church. : The final activity will bea member of this church. The day I
Rev. E. D. Robinson, pastor, off basketball game between A. L. was well spent by all in attend- I Can Save YOUR Ufe
dating. She was a faithful member Mebane of Alachua and the tigers ance. Many of, the members will
of the church and has served and tigerettes of Starke..The general attend the final rites. Mrs. Alma
as president of the B. T, U. She public is invited to attend .all Jenkins, reporter.
leaves to mourn her pasing a dented of these activities. Sons And Daughters of Levi
husband, Simon Tryson; a R. J. E. PTA Supervisor A. R. Randolph is
"other-In-law and his wife, Rob- At the February meeting of the asking all members of Sons and
trt and Josephine Lightfoote of PTA there was a nice group in Daughters of Levi, U, S. A. --- ,
Gainesville; a nephew and hiss I attendance in spite of the ,rainy Champion Assembly No. 641 to .
,Wile. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mit- weather and raging flu. President attend a very important meetingon I ,
chell; and a host of other sorrowing Levy Lennon presided. After devotion Sunday, Feb. 1, at 2 p. m. at '
relatives, neighbors and ., the "Ways and Means Alien Chapel A. M. E Church. i ; ,
Mends. ommittee".took charge in ordert Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor. Rev. tc: OUR U EFFICIENT I E S E R V ICE'
Rev. L. D. Favors will be funer- give away a basket of groceries: Randolph has a message of importance ,
alized at New Bethel Baptist Mrs. Ellen Holmes of Lincoln to all members. It is
Church with Rev. A. B. Vinson, City was the winner of the gro- time to pay your endowment and
pastor, in charge. Rev. Favors is ceries valued at $20. Mr. Willie dues. Fail not as this must be ; ; : DEPARTMENT CAN KEEP E "
a long-time resident of Bradford Brown, chairman of the committee :lone if you are to remain in "good ,
County having spent many years wishes tb thank all persons I standng" with the assembly No. 5 .
in New River on his farm. He is who participated and helped tomake' C41. Plan to attend these meet-
the father of Mrs. "Ike" Jones of 'this part of 'the program a ings while you are still alive so '
SUrke. The funeral services will success. The president appointedthe that we can take care of you ; YOUR CAR OR TRUCK IN
le held at the 11 a. m. church following persons as junior I after death. In spite of the funerals : ,_:_ ,
service in order not to conflict advisors to the advisory committeeALVAREZ' : we are asking you to attend ', : .-


STORE Established Men's Clothing 1894 -I III,; R.this CHURCH Randolph important NEWS, supervisor.meeting. Rev." A. *\.- .V''inOi i IT S SAFE DRIVING I I CONDITION I )

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FOR ANY GLASS .NEED giam is being planned and arranged .,. .,
We Design Modern Store Fronts by members of choir No.I '' ,
Just Mail Us A Pattern for :Mrs. Bertis Robinson,,' vice- ;.4. <'; ;.: I : FOR YOURCONVENIENCE ", '
Table Tops president; Mrs. Essie Perdue, sec : ; :- '
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