Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'Sun Beer VOte DenIed : .4 rLri

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Pardee 'Surprised' At Decisionwho I Jtorney can check to see if beer'I phone call and was not nicest precincts
i being sold in Bradford County is when Pardee was told to J He predicted that );j i,1 L; -
3.2 or over." petition. "Had I been beer salts were permit-!
c. A. Pardee, owner of White had previously received it
Harrell maintained: "It's not a would have voted against precinct ''pretty soon
Top Diive-in on Highway 21 between from Pardee.' II posal.1' he, ,added.Commissioner it all over the coun- :'
question of whether the beer is
In' a letter to the Mrs.
] Melrose !. Board. I 41
Keystone Heights and _
3,2 or less. I don't think that Brad- I Jessie
Marian L. Crosby, Supervisor of
expressed surprise yesterdayat Registration, repoited the petition' ford County should permit the said she was present I I]I : "If we don't allow Harrell Bishop Crawford Norman Chastain {

the Bradford Commission's 4-1 hkd 73 signatures "in order." Only 'I sale of any,beer on Sunday." I earlier meeting, but "If I we will be denying the made motion stands pat "on the spot" objects too present, but I{
vote in that r i to vote."'
vote rejecting a petition sub- 58 were required to comply with Chairman H. A. Bishop Jr., de- precinct I' right
mitted from voters of Precinct 6 the: Board's request for 25 percent claied: 'We're not voting for or:[against if (Sunday sale of ) I : : "We asted the. ,man to these matters. We ask you to vote This is to prevent Sunday sale. Ifwc I For Harrell's motion den)" l1g-"
of the 233 Commissioner Crawford a petition, and that is today for no Sunday sale of beer I
registered in .Precinct : say otherwise, sooner or later the petition insofar as holding an
asking for straw ballot Sun- the sale of beer. We
a on against are !
the discussion at
6 (Theressa). i I rupted I has done." because it is best for the people."iCrawford ) the people will speak to us. election: Harrell, Chastain. Craw-
day sale of 'beer in the precinct. voting permit or deny the people -I i to say, 'I will make a mo 1 D. Van Deventer of : "I'm on the spot now-]I
Commissioner ford, and Har
After the Clerk had read the Harold Norman Norman. Against
of Precinct 6 to their I II' '
Pardee said that he had been express hold the election"He !
I : They: complied with what the
etition Presbytenan silent to this rell's motion
Commissioner M. O. Har- up point remarked: : Bishop.
wishes. I wouldn't have had Mr.
given assurance by ,the Board at I was reminded there group of five ministers boaid asked them to dp" ,
rell moved that it be denied "as Pardee to the trouble of I' "I'm not against drinking beer if Throughout the discussion Attorney -
a previous meeting that the straw go get- i
far as election" ready a motion on the the meeting said: County Attorney T. Frank Laa-, a man wants it. But I like to
calling to
an was
vote would be held if he presented ting up a petition and then turn : asking the Board to drum said that it was "at leastimplied" go Landrum advised the Board
concerned. I James A. Gnann, a church on Sunday and I don't like that
t petition with signatures of at ,it down.. The democratic way of it had now and had had all
to Pardee that an'eect!
the sale of -, '
or against
After Commissioner Jessie Chas- doing business is to'let the resident and deputy sheriff, I to go there and sit by a man who the time the right to refuse application -
least 25 pr cent of registered people j ion be
i against the sale of beer would permitted if he obtained -1| smells
beer. I've
voters in the precinct. The petition tain seconded the motion; a spirited I speak." Ii fears that if Sunday !i You will have to make a petition with the required had a lot for a permit to sell beeron
containing more than the discussion was touched off dur- Harrell said he was not chang-1! were permitted "We will !' in the long run," he number of signatures. of people come and talk to me Sunday. State law prohibits

required number of signatures was 'ing which Commissioner E. L.I ing his stand on the issue becausehe ing,all the hoodlums in the can make that as well Han'ell: "Anyone who has to' about this thing, and more are Sunday sale, but allows County
I against the election than are for
placed in the hands of the board' Crawford said he would abstain was called away from the to come out there." At the I later. You are elected by drink beer on Sunday can certainly it." Commissioners to issue permits by
Monday by Clerk Chas A. Dafoy, I from voting, until "the State At- earlier distance I time he have resolution in county areas outside
meeting by a long said. "We do as you think best inBRADFORD stock up enough ahead of time. The roll call vote: municipalities.The .

COUNTY Fish Fry Rally

,Official County Publication Established In 1879
And Motorcade


By Commissioners I On Little

For Conner

Road FInanceSolution .

d' "Friends and supporters of Doyle, motorcade will leave from
'A $ Conner for Commissioner of Agriculture -', in front of the Bradford County

will gather at the BHS i:'Hospital at 10:30: a.m/ Saturday

stadium starting at 5 p.m. today!!I I merging in Tampa with Conner

Sought .1- (Thursday) for a free fish fry'and!!!!supporters from all parts of Flor-
A petition signed by 55 ; E. L. Craw- : rally preceding a motorcade to'i ida. The Conner "kick-off" rally
ty owners on Little Santa that the matter be Tampa Saturday'morning.. The!I will be held at the Palladium in
protesting the location of a the April 4 meeting.I Doyle Conner 'public is invited to join in both !)I j Tampa Saturday afternoon formally -
Hope that Bradford Countycan I F a million dollar bond issue floated .' boat-launching ramp in his group were told! '\ events. 1!! launching his campaign.

get its road funds in order during the administration of Act r __ was one of three presented have to come up with Conner 'supporters will convergepn

without having to re-finance an I ing Governor' Charley E. Johns to : Board of County I II i acceptable to the If Duval Cooperates Tampa by plane, bus and auto
old bond issue at a higher rate 'of' build a number of secondary I Monday in what might be the present site was to for the affair and boosters of the
interl'stVa..:; held out by Commission I roads in the county Due to the Increase "petition day." I I Bradford candidate will parade in

Chairman H. A. Bishop I in gas tax collected, this Other petitions of Jacksonville said( Powers Says He Favors FourLaneForSOUaldwinToMaxville cars, decorated with banners and
Jr. after a conference with Road I I issue will be paid off In 1964, nine tested the closing of purchased property on slogans, from Tampa's outskirtsto
Board member Earl Powers in:I sears ahead of schedule. H road, and requested a Fe and hoped to the scene of the rally.At .
Gainesville Wednesday morning. ]' The county also has available Precinct 6 'on 'Sunday retirement home. but the Palladium, the Conner
Bishop said that Powers was: for use 80 per cent of the 7th cent (story elsewhere). public recreation aiea tupporters will hear him outline

willing to cooperate' with the I gasoline tax, which yields around Jim Chasteen The Santa Fe petition ,a nuisance. the scope of his campaign in

Bradford Commission and would! $80,000 per year for ,secondary dented by Jerome Johns as members said they in- District Two Road Board mem-I I and resurface the present lane of which he is expected to demand
submit its proposal I to Tallahassee_I load construction and mainten man with L. M. ,see that the area was ben Earl! Powers said yesterday!; 301, but that he would prefer the that the cabinet post directly affecting
for approval. I'. ance. Maintenance runs around Tax Collector several other property and that proper po he would "certainly look with I( four-lane job. If the present laneis the welfare of the consuming -

At the regular District Two $20,000 annually; leaving some voicing objections to be the responsibility favor" toward providing funds in' resurfaced it might 'have the public, be filled by experienced -
Road Board meeting in Gainesville 60.000 for new construction.It I Post Sought declared would become a department. It the the 1960-61 budget for fourlaningU. Ii effect of delaying four-laning in and trustworthy leadership.

last week Powers had suggested is the Board's hope that due in an otherwise peaceful become a nuisance, S. 301 .from Maxville to Baldwin the future, he said. Conner 'a farmer, rancher, and
a new $1,750,000 bond issue td the fact the Road 13 issue Is By ChasteenAnnouncement The action added another I! i be closed they said. if Duval County Commission- In Jacksonville Monday, Duval businessman with interests 'in
for Bradford to wipe the slate paying oft in July: and, the million ling block to efforts by I meetings, the County' Ms would 'give assurance' of obtaIning County Commissioner Joe Ham- Starke and Miami, is expected to
clean of old debts, purchase dollar issue will be liquidated a candidatefor eioners in recent months ;i ''Board has vigorously the necessary right-of- mond asked County EngineerJohn lash out against "special inter- J
rights-of-way for four-laning- ahead of schedule, some plan,may, .JBradford"County a controversy arising from the closing any coun way .-.;, ,,-." ,' ... H.;; Crosby: to.,investigate-thepossibility'of eat"eff lts' of'the fertilizer trust #
ta3pcollector "
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$ .uth-<>f .Star kej,.and-pa.foon. woik i-Qut-ib: -"finance at'least made' yesterday by JimCJjJuteefjV I quest of property..jatnerB! ;; ,streets giving1'pjublie \bo-tlte DuvalCommission' that,; oDtaming' free"right- andidl'grab control or"fhe
btfI wa
$ : /
; tructl'ofth.ptdan: .Chiirch SOl South! right-of-way purchase 32-year-old Starke 1 Santa Fe ,to ) aye' three : lakes in the area. (there was no' use for then to obtain of-way on the nine miles of 301 office at the'xpense of the consuming -
road and Bradford's share of the without putting the old i.- businessman. I streets close4 in 'the Indian : protesting the clos i right-o&way! on' the nine-mile in Duval County. public." He'will also elaborate -

cost of three bridges across Santa I sues under a higher interest rate. In stating his candidacy, Mr. I Subdivision. The Board Hole road carried 18 I stretch since the road departmenthad Hammond said that some of the on his 12-point program for

Fe River, and one across New Powers' original "package deal" Chasten said: "I feel that my with the suggestion and was presented by j not ,budgeted funds *for its l large landowners along the high- better usage of the State's agricultural

River. proposal of a $1,750.000 bond issue experience as a business man,and streets would be closed if 'O'f It was ordered filed construction, Powers said it was way may be willing to donate and other resources.All .
The fly in the ointment as far to run 30 years at close ,to 5 my background; of training qualities owners concerned would since no legal action not customary to budget for, projects right-of-way to the county for the citizens of Bradford and
a* Bradford Commissioners ,were per cent interest was based on: 'me for duties of the office.If a 150-foot parcel elsewhere I I started on the proposed where there 'was no assur- proposed four-laning. adjoining counties are invited to
concerned was the fact that the $550.000 to repay, funds advanced elected, I will do everything in lake that could be' used I I Corporation of ance of getting the right-of-way. Crosby said the present road enjoy the fish fry here tonight,

"package deal" would necessitate ,by the State Road Department for my power to see that the dutiesof county ,in developing a .i land on both sides He said, however, that if the 1 right of way"is 66 feet, while required and join in the motorcade to Tam-'

re-financing an old! bond issue at purchase of 301 [North] right-of- the office are carried out in an area and boat-launching Hole road. Duval board gave this assurance right-of-way for a four pa on Saturday. I!

: a much higher interest rate than way; $740,000 still outstanding on etficient manner,", The Indian Beach group ae would look with favor on lane highway is between 186 and

now: being paid.Commissioners. million dollar Johns administrationissue Mr. Chasteen is a veteran of ed these terms obtaining 1 Man burgeting funds for four-laning 200, feet. About two-thirds of the
failed to "buy" ; an estimated $450.000 for World War II, attended' Georgia on Little Santa Fe and. 301' from Baldwin to Maxville. needed right-of-way between Max 301 Work% Near 4

the package at the meeting last 301 (South) right-of-way; $145,000/)() Tech university, and is a member ed $7,000 in escrow in Burned Powers said that otherwise the I ville, and Baldwin is owned by one
week and brought the subject up for Dedan Road; and from $70,000 if the First Baptist Church, stone State Bank to ] Road Department might go ahead of the large papel companies. I
for discussion at the regular board to $90,000 for bridges. The $1- Stai-ke. He has been affiliated property and pay Bradford I 53 is m a crit Delinquent Stage
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meeting here Monday. It was decided 700.000 figure was arrived at after WIth) the Brownlee & Chasteen a<$2,250 bonus which could I Ii 'I at Bradford Coun- r'rir' DealsI,I
then to have Bishop, Commissioner Powers said he would be willingto warehouse for 10 years, and has i in developing the site for I as a result of burns I Cold Wave I

Harold Norman, and write off $150,000 of the 301. operated it for the past six years. tion purposes. than 50 per cent of O. L. Mizell, in charge of the
County Attorney T. F. Landrum debt as an aid to the county in: He is married to the former When it was discovered when his clothing local State Road Department of-'-.
confer with Powers in Gainesville view of the higher interest rate Madge Brownlee of Starke, and site obtained by the Indian I at' his home near ; Berries A Blow lice, said the four-laning US-301

Wednesday. that would be necessary.In they have two children. group was restricted Wednesday morn .. project north of Starke is ap-
Bishop said the delegation asked other hearings aj the Dis- *b dential use, another caching a stage of delinquency."It .
Powers to ,help work out a plan trict Two meeting, the Alachua negotiated with Guy i wife said he was sit I Four mornings with freezing isn't delinquent yet," he
whereby the old bond issue would, County Commission told Powers Country Club Starke realtor, whereby : living room after temperatures were Bradford'County's said, "but it's getting close to the
remain undisturbed if sources their ( has left the share of 'a March'cold wave line." '
county money available would give a 160-foot She room a
could be found to pledge as col in ad valorem funds for the purchase MembershipCloses. south of the restricted : and heard him run and storms that visited much of t S. M. Wall Construction Co. of

lateral for the 'new issue necessaryto ; of right-of-way for four- the ,group for the house and saw that ri. % :'tJudge the U. S., causing extensive loss I Gainesville started the project on
obtain U. P. 31 (South) right- aning> U. S. 301 in Alachua Monday property. The Andrews; ng was Bblaze. He ran of life and property damage. August 19, 1958, and was given a
of-way (as a 'must") and the [Continued on Page 61 is'also restricted, but | d 'yards ,down the Low readings of 30 degrees were total of 325: working' days to com-

secondary 'pi ejects, if possible. Membership in the Starke Golf in this case can be quieted I( falling,down and roll- recorded by the Frost Warning pie' e, It.The .
Powers had suggested the refinancing Club will close at said. I Mrs. 'Griffis said She Service here on Fridayand Satur- Road Department code lists
to free previously pled- Qualifying and Country Monday March 14 according Commission Chairman. : tan to him 'and day mornings while the' low for,a working day as any in which
ged sources of Bradford road to Clyde Terwillegar Bishop Jr. told the J>. the Ilames. Mrs, Sunday and Monday was 23 temperature and other weather
money for use as collateral for the of the associaGon. The I group that the board ,had were-'burned in an The cold destroyed most of the conditions are suitable, and excludes -

r.ew issue. Quickens Pace pjesident organization now has a total of I tention' of changing. its .po ; put out the fire, but strawberry ,bloom and",young fruit,, : Saturdays Sundays and
and will set the main harvest holidays..
At the present time Bradford is members. constructing public bp not hospitalized. .' sate
using 20 per cent of the 5th and 193 wishing ,to join before ing ramps on all lakes is: a former employe of ntie back at least four., I:, It further.stipulates that wortnust

6th cent gasoline tax collected in Near Deadline the Anyone deadline may see Mr: Ter- ounty. "We have got to Forest Service in' Un- I Tluron A. Yaivu J' also be, done on any day
1 Legion Contest ; nrhen it is feasible to do over hail'a
the county to pay off the old willegar or Robert Mclntire at, the the public in its right to .
original Road 13 (now U. S. 301)) I to these lakes" he said. said she could .day's work.Miell .
Commerce For
Chamber of Yawn Young 'Orators
bond issue floated in 1928. This Qualifying of candidates tookon Johns,said the group for how her 'hus- I I also' stated that
will be entirely paid off in July of impetus at the courthouse more time to see if a t t got on fire un- Held Friday ., during the period the
this year. here this week as the Tuesday BHS Loses Out tion to,the problem could be a cigarette.Agreement Asks ReElectionCounty project has been underway have
The American been the worst in the past six
of Northern Area
It is using 80 per cent noon [March 15)] deadline ap- :
:3th and 6th cent gas tax to pay off proached., In Cage Tourney Judge Theron A. Yawn|Legion oratorical contest held or seven years.Conner .
completing his second term
now here late' ,
Candidates who had .qualified Re Bradford Friday was won by
in office, qualified last Friday as George Duncan, 12th grade .student Hancock
until morning K
up Thursday were: BHS Tornadoes lost to P.
.: a candidate for re-election, in from Fletcher School ,
High ,:
County Judge T. A. Yawn incumbent semi-finals of
WAX SALE 52-29 in the
Yonge May primaries. Jacksonville. Second place went to .
: the' Class A, Group 2 tournamentin And Alachua BridgesConstruction In announcing his candidacy, Wayne Ezell of Mayo. !Spend $20,000 -
Sheriff, P. D. Reddish, incumbent Live Oak last Friday night, Juoge: Yawn expressed appreci-
SAT. MARCH 12 ; and his opponent, Jennings their Thursday: The oratorical contest Is a nationwide -
after winning of three ation ,to the citizens of' Bradford event held each by In FebruaryDoyle
Starling. game with Santa Fe 5249. | joint meeting .Monday ,in County for their support and cooperation year I
Fe River
acros Santa the Legion with 'the two winners ,
in- top
Tax Assessor, Gene Long, ,
16-2 first
10 a.m. 2 p.m. Santa Fe rushed a Alachua and Bradford : restaurant, Alachua during his tenure in Conner of Starke and his
receiving a $4,000 scholarshipto
cumbent Tornadoes I
; the ]
period lead over was agreed upon at a Commission Chairman ntlice. the university of his choice. rnnnng: mate, W. R. Hancock of
On Call Street S Tax Collector J, R. Kelly, incumbent -
for a con-j! : .had '
and appeared heading .said his board Judge Yawn who also serves as close to $20,000
i ing of Bradford and Judging the contest here were ,, Groveland, spent
; vincing win. But the Tornadoes|I missioners at noon- J 'amend its secondary I; dge of the Juvenile Court, I February in their spirited
Sponsored By Hugh Ingram principal of BHS;
Clerk of the Court, Chas. A. I
the the
started on way : Waldo. : ct list s() that i&duated from the University of Mrs. Patti Carlson, BHS speech I campaign for the' Commissioner
Junior Woman's Club Darby.County incumbent Commissioner.; Dist. 1: Dicky Dixon and Emory Eunice.]'! The three structures'wiU can .be constructed, this 5orida! College of Law in 1951 instructor; and Rev. Barry Van of Agriculture post being vacatedby
At halftime BHS had cut Santa wooden bridges II Alachua Board also jr.3; was admitted to the Florida Nathan Mayo. '
1 I H.
Harold Norman, incumbent; ,andJ. n ("nter. Chairman was L.
C. Prevatt Fe's lead to 2-1-15. I the Santa Fe River on M' -surface the three Jar in that year, He was also ad- Gibson, and timekeeper, Bob Conner listed hi sexpenses for
; '
The third period was nip and period. the Fed- I
Brooker a, three-year: nitted; to practice before
road to ,
County Commissioners. Dist. the Rebels still ahead Hope was S. I Bcnner. the! month as $11,243.21, while
with U.
tuck Road through Louise, to the three bridges jral: Courts, including the j
3Y.: Hogan Smith. W. H. Gra- I 38-32 the final period. to $90- Hancock followed with 868566.
starting to ,at, from .$75,000 Circuit .courts .Appeals.
and the Hampton.
This Spite Contributed. tan. and Seeber D. Goodman: Bradford used the last quarter to Corner road. At present of which will be borne by When elected for his first term 1 Night Registration Conner reported $13,170 in contributions

Weekly to' Publicize County Commissioner Dist..5 r catch up and with three seconds I' Bradford will pay its Judge: Yawn was one of the two I I for the month. while
County has -
Jr. Zedra that
H. Green and The public Is reminded
Russell drove in
I left in the game, Dixon leading- all three funds niade available :youngest, county judges in Florida.
Community Events by' Hamilton. for a layup, made it, was fouled,!!!on the Alachua County bond issue proposed to I He is a member of the AmericanBar II I the registration office in the Hancock 13663.
School Board, Dist. 4: J. D. throw also, which N. D. Wainwright, of Hollywood -
I and dropped the free i I roads are still unpaved. "package deal, of Association, the First Presby- courthouse will be open from
THE COMMUNITY Griffis and Rodney P. Hall; to clinch the victory. Some tim the bridges are',a part. ienan Ch1l1'Ch.,1s president of the '7:30 to 8:30 p. m on Tuesday formerly Starke, reported
Supervisor of Registration; I Eunice led Starke'with 16 points Commissioners asked ago board will also,I Starke Rotary Club and a member and Thursday of each week:: until $1,190.43 spent and $735 received
Marian L. Crosby Incumbent; and Dixon adde3 15. to Union County of the board of directors of 'April 2, the registration dead
STATE, BANKOF Constable, Dist., 1: J. ,L. Silcox! I In Friday's game Dicky DUconIled agree to share cost of new willingness to pay half, the 8th. JudiciaLCtrcuit, Bar Association. line. The night hours are for the in contributions during the month

STAHKE 4ucumbent\ ; the Tornadoes with 14 points.;iJ' [but Bradford Board 1] construction of 'a new He is also a Mason a. ,convenience of working people fai his campaign for Secretary*of

Constable, Dist 8: Felix Sullivan P. K. Yonge. won the ,tourna-!'fc along unless Alachua New' River on SR, aaember of the" ',American Legion, I who dannot register during the State. ,, ..

r- incumbent.. J' ment. h. -'.' agreed to hard-surface it .. and the 40 & 8 Society. 'f day. '

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.'......IRTV-.1P, r- School Board ; Livestock HealthTo I Boy Scout Workers
I and family are moving to Dune- )

j .din next week where Mr. Whittle si Be DiscussedAt
Speak At RotaryCarlis
I:is- being transferred by Vitro .;' Views New BHSAuditorium '
i V Joint '
I Weapon Service, ; Meeting
: Taylor, Alachua District
I r ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams
Ii i A variety program: on livestock Commissioner and Ed Wells,
II and son Richard. are spending}
G _ health will be presented Friday Distrfct Scout Executive spokeat
the weekend in Waycross f Ga. -
I The Bradford County Fchoolj t night at the first joint meeting in!I i the Rotary Club Wednesday

I ?iith friends V and relatives. I II J Board inspected the new Brad-j I960- of the Bradfoid Farm Bureau connection with 'the Scout

..- ___ _____ ... I Mrs. H. W. Moyer of Jackson- ( I ford j rin
V---------V I High School auditorium lion- and Cattlemen's Association.The which the club spon-
f i vlle] was visiting l her daughter, .
V J :. day and termed it "substantially: meeting will be held in ,the Mr. and Mrs Junlus Smith Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Dayton are Irs. F. W Strickland and family -

Spent the weekend in Miami withitfr. !Jin Olean. N. Y. where they attended ,ast week. Mr. and Mrs. J. G.I| *y"V 4Na1 : I complete" with the evce'ption of Legion Hall with a; free slipper i' peakers were introducea by

some minor corrections to be made'in ieived at 7 to Harry Rabh. who had charge of
and Mrs. Howe Moredock and the funeral of Mr. bay- Moyer of Jacksonville were Sun- p-m. start activities. j
mother Mrs. Flora VV 'V_ __ accordance with the architect's The three-point program wul] he program-
family. They were accompaniedby ton's Dayton .day visitors. _

Mrs. J. E. Wilson who remained Thursday. Mrs. Dayton, ST., was Arch Thomas. Jr. attended the'j check list.Although. feature: a film and discussion of John Dodd, BHS student .lead

there several weeks. her and the new facilities will mineral iea.uirements for cattle; II er. described an exchange pro-
for visiting son family hereat : lortda Bar Institute atthe George ;

Mrs. H. A. Durden and Mrs. the time of her death. Mrs. i Washington Hotel in Jack .rIkI&t&; be used this Friday night for presentation ,control of internal and external '! gtam under which it is hoped to

Biuce Durden and baby of Jacksonville Pearl Staley mother of Mrs. H. I scnville last Friday and Saturday. of the Senior class play, parasites; and tuberculosis testing bring a foreign high school student -

Beach and Mrs. CarrieS E. Dayton is staying with the i Dick Torode underwent minor no date for formal dedication of requirements. for Bradford Coun- ;, to Starke next year.

ddath of Jacksonville were fjmily during the parents' absence surgery Tuesday at Bradford I!I the building has been set. Superintendent ty.: : .. ., ., '.,
I ;;
H. P. Morgan said! Farm Bureau president Curtis < _: ..o '
Wednesday visitors of Mr. and and plans to return to her home CGunty Hospital. j '' "' -

Mrs. J. H. Ritch. ja. Olean, N. Y. this weekend. Mr and Mrs,J. M. Vickers and : : that State Superintendent Thomas 'Marlowe and Cattlemen president j

Mrs. T. N. Bush of Daphne, Ala. (! Bailey will be invited here for a Pat Miller promise an interesting'
and ,
Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville I family were in Folkston
visiting Mr. and Mrs. HM.. : 1ffiPJ'1i formal dedication later this meeting. All members of both;)
is visiting :
was: weekend guest of Mr. and Kingsland, Ga. on Sunday : FloridaTheatre
Mrs. G. J. McGrtff, Sr. Eicharde at Raiford from Wed- friends and relatives. : month. :' groups are urged to attend. ;t
The $169,000 building will seat,
Mr. and Mrs. David Montgom- nesday to Saturday. She visited i Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Bolden of I II

ery and daughter were in Lake Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ritch in Star- Opalocka were overnight guests I 950 persons include Outstanding feat.ures Sudan. Missionaries j
an elaborate lighting
V City Saturday and 'visitn ke Thursday. Tuesday of their daughter, Mrs. i | I
Sunday .
.. Purchase model of Singer L .system with dimmers and a mast At Park Of Palms :
their parents. any :X. M. Smith and family. I
Jo.- I sive, 35-foot stage. The auditor-:
Sewing Machine Jit Denmark
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houstonand I
The annual winter conventionof
f I ium was designed to have acoustics -'
furniture Co. tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McAteer Friday-
.Senior Due I the Sudan Interior Mission will
Play so perfect that a public ad-
Mrs. M. W. Lance has returnedto ol Tampa were weekend. guestsof : h a hal/4 .t arlrrtT.thjaTllmQ
the home of her daughter Mrs.L aress system snouia DC unneces '- -' SAT. MAR. 12
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Flynn Jr. : 1I
J. Richardson in Saratoga Fowle of Five main characters from BHS. Curtain time is 8 p. m., and I sary. Itwill be made available(i Keystone Heights during the 1st Feature
Mr. and Mrs. ,
"Father Knows Best" Senior 'admission $1.25 for adults 50 for I week :March 13-18. Representing
Heights after convalescing at .the Saturday \ use by civic organizations
home of another daughter Mrs. Traverse City, Mich. were Mrs.V.-. Class play to be presented the cp ts for students under 12. i i outside the school at a fee of $15; the organization will be three of,I *=- ,,: J
visitors of Mr. :
R. N. Carswell in"waycross, Ga. V new BHS auditorium Friday and The public is cordially invitedto :to cover janitor service, fuel, and I its outstanding speakers: Rev.

following lung surgery. T. Graham. Bloodworth visited ,Saturday nights pose for a picture attend the play arid observethe |lights, Morgan said. j Brinley Evans, Rev. George' Birch,:! =WATUSI
Mrs. J. F.
during rehearsal. From left auditorium In other action the 1 and Rev. J. B. Williams. ; ,
Mrs. E. L. Matthews was the A. new as well as ,I Monday
and Mrs. C.
guest of Mrs. Fred Guy in Gainesville her parents over the [SItting]'? Suzanne LaMee, Bob support the students in their board: : | Missionary emphasis will highlight -;I GUARDIANS OF

on Tuesday. Brandon Sr. in Quincey Suith, John Dodd. Standing: fund-raising campaign. Proceeds Employed E. D. Norman as. the great area-wide service!I I. KING SOLOMON'S MINES IJ

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer had, weekend.Martha Jane Dinkins underwent Hilma Tanner and Harriett I will go into the Senior .Class janitor and grounds keeper for;.at 3 p.m. Sunday, as well as other -= mBMIC lOi .

Powell. for to Nassau later t the auditorium Sunday services at 11 a.m. .and 8 II'
a s weekend guests their son-in- in Brad- !treasury a trip ; new and adjoining 2nd.
appendectomy Feature
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. an Tuesday.Mrs. The play is the first to be given this spring. Ii music building; p.m. Throughout the week meetings -
lord County Hospital on
Ernest P. Boland and children of J. R. Kite spent the weekend in the new auditorium, andalso I The play is under te direction Accepted the resignation of are scheduled for 9:30: each,I HUNTER

Athens, Ga. Col- the first to be presented in i of :Mrs. Patti Carlson, BHS speech I I Mrs. Nina Andrews BHS girls morning; and nights at 8 oVlock.I (in-8jttls'dress! pin') :

Miss Mary Anges Matthews of lins with in Pelham Mr. and, Ga.Mrs. Ralph \ teveral years by a Senior class at I I director. _ _ I basketball coach and physical education -. The u- _Sudan_".__ Interior_. ...L.._,_ Mission.,____ __ _is"i I NATALIE' WOOD
teacher. a union ,euon ui unrisuaus ui au i, -(1 '1I' ttr) !m!I cause!
FSU will be home for the week- V
WE RE-CAP Mrs. Myrtice Nichols and Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Cox and daughter, Rites I evangelical denominations to, meet I

end. M. D. Elder; visited their daugh- Linda, were visiting friends in Wednesday I / the spiritual'needs of the Sudan. "The
TRUCK TIRESFrom Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong of Ann Elder and Patsy Nichols Meat DemonstrationWill _
ters.:: Gainesville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. _
Starke and Mrs. Corine Purvis of For Phil Studer
7.50 x 20 Thru Gainesville are spending Wednesday at FSU on Sunday. Nora Owens is a patient Be Given LIBRARY Girl

iO.OO Singer Sewing Machine Needles m Doctor's Hospital: .
x 20 to Sunday in Palm Harbor On March
at Denmark Furniture. tf Mrs. 'J.. W. Lee of Atlanta is Phillip Studer 65, died in a 17thA NOTES Hef
and Mrs. Herbert I i
STOP TAKING visiting! Mr, Mike visiting Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Starke hospital Tuesday morning
Hall Mrs.
Mrs. Edward I Left
Hunter.Dr. meat demonstration meeting
CHANCES Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen.Rev. after a brief illness. The following books, suitable I
and Mrs. James E. Mosley Gilhooly, Mrs. Nate Dyal, Mrs- will be held in the court room i
WITH WORN and Misses and Mrs. J. H. Mabry, Jr. Born in Olten, Switzerland on for Lenten reading, are availableat I Behind!
Gertrude Hofmeister,
in Knoxville Tenn. last weeken of the courthouse
were Mid- attended' the Florida State Bap- Feb. 7. 1895 Mr. Studer had been on Thursday,I the Starke Community Library -i
TREADSLet business.Mr. I Della Rosenberg and Madge March 17, from 1:30 to 3:30: p.m.
tist Sunday School convention in. .a resident of Bradford County for : I ntuman WARNER SRO ,-
and Mrs. Junius Smith will j Idleton attended a dinner The will be
sponsored by
Orlando of last 13 and was engaged in the program I Cartoon: Homesteader) Droopy
Us Re-Cap Your at the Ponce de Leon on Wednesday years Peace with God and the Secretcf
day night
spend the weekend in St. Augu- the Agricultural Extension Serv-

Tires For Economy And stine as guests of Col. and Mrs. Hotel in St. Augustine honoring week. restaurant business on U.S. 301 ice, with Miss Dorothy Ross, Home! Happiness, By Billy Graham; i
Federation Mr. and Mrs. L. ST: Smith of south of Starke. He came to the Love or Perish by Smiley Blan- SUN. MAR. 13"EXPLOSIVE
Safety! will attend the officers of the Florida
H. C. Wall and j Demonstration Agent, and G. T. ,
Sopeiton. Ga. are spending this United States from Switzerland in I '
ProfessionalVotoen's ton Faith by'
National Guard dance at the cf: Business and Huggins, County Farm Agent, as I ; Revolutionary .'
Dealer For Clubs week with their daughter, Mrs. Floyd Shacklock; All the Womenof RHYTHM i
Ponce de Leon Hotel Saturday \ 1313.Surviving local representatives.The .
I L. C. Smith has been promoted Paul Hutchins, and family. are his wife, :Mrs. is invited to attehd the Bible, by Edith Deen; The SHATTERING DRAMA!II
evening. public
NEW DUNLOP : Jeffords and Mr. Edna Studer of Starke ,
Mrs. Louise Disney ; Gospel in Hymns by Albert Ed-
of the Daytona -
Confined with the flu the past to manager the demonstration which will include
I and Mrs. Roy Jeffords and daughtus one stepson, L. E. Frogge of Jack- COUJM8IA WOKS
I of Gulf Life waid Bailey; The Living Faith by
TIRES week have been Mrs. J. D. Doyle, :. t Beach identification of meat cuts, SAL SUSAN JAMES I
of High Springs were Sunday sonville; a brother, John Studer,
Lloyd C. Douglas The First
the Rev. L. D. Haines family Mrs. I Insurance Co., effective March grades, economy cuts, cooking, ; M1I1O KOAIIER DARRNS'
J. E. Hardy and daughter, June 21. He and his family will move ;jjuests of Mr. and Mrs. George and a sister, Mrs. Martha Leber. and carving.: Dr. Robert Reddish, Easter, by Peter ;Marshall; Go [

STARKERECAP Marcia Whittle. H. A. Lawson, I there in the near future. Huggins. both of, Olten Switzerland. associate animal husbandman with With God. by Jim Bishop; I4fe V
% Huggins visited H. L. Funeral services were held at 2p.m.
the Ben Mizell family, John Milton City Recreation Director Rob- George the State Extension Service at and Language in the Old Testa-
Lake VA Wednesday in the First
Rockwood in the City
CO. Thomas, and Owen Vaughn.. ert Benner attended the Florida hospital on Saturday. :Methodist Church of which he Gainesville, will give the demon ment. by Mary E. fhase; Christ !

Han Turner has the mumps. Recreation Association conference Mrs. J. E. Chace and Mr. and was, a member. The pastor. Rev. stration. Some of the;meat use on and the Fine Arts and The Old I Lr
Beach, Monday -
West Palm
Ave. the will
Temple Extra Bobbins save time-Stock Mrs. Dudley Cole of Ocala were H. O. Boyette, officiated. Burial I program be during Testament. and Fine Arts, by-

Phone '''0 4-0221 up with Singer Bobbins at Den- : through Wednesday. Monday visitors of Mrs. Etta; was in Crosby Lake Cemetery' the meeting and samples given at Iaus.I '
W. L. Edwardsand Cynthia:
I Mr- and Mrs. the conclusion for iiIIPd
-_____ !I mark Furniture Co. tf Leah Bauknight of ,Jacksonville Hoover. _, under the direction of DeWitt, C. tasting. (

old ma- Jones Funeral Home. s.-- V
Replace your sewing

FACTORY PRICES Kate were Struth.weekend. guests' ..V of" Miss'., rhine belt with a new Stager Belt V Active., pallbearers., were Gene I HOMESTEADERStTHAT-H VE'NOT SIGNED FOR 1960 I

Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller from Denmark Furniture Co. tf' Long, Robert Green, Jim Chasteen. E'eI'S:! \' is the list of J)1nt'stE-Sllle l rs wh) have not riiwl, a renewal application -

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnston,of John H. Powell A. N. Holliday, for 1960. If your name ap pears on thi* list\ you will not befl'Rible I
visiting and Mrs. H, E. :
,were Mr. : for the unless
exemption you bring your application to the
One Quart. With Each Bradley in Leesburg over the Miami and Mrs. Dora Burton -of \and G. J. McGriff, Jr. Tax ASSET'S Office on or before April ut. 1960. Those applying: for
FR E E kend. Atlanta were weekend guests of the 1st time must come to the ore!I.* in person.
or Gallon 'One you.bu,'. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby of Mrs. Alice Anderson. Mrs. Burtonis AFS Chapter W. n. Mizelle Jr. Otis Ef Leach Oren 'J'homas' kman A PHIUP! A.ViWIAII PROOUCTiO't \
her daughter Merrill Prevatt Lennard B. register Jr. Cartoon: Be Mice to Cats!
V 1 visitors remaining 'I ){ D. Harrell Jr.
Jacksonville were Sunday Plans Student I D. J. Luke. Wajne H. Hand
short visit. H. L. JohnsFernie
Prices Start at $2 qt.-$5.95 Gal. of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Mrs. Anderson. for a I..V. Luke James 1-;. MrtiaeFred TUES. and WED.
Mrs. David Lawson Moody John Piggs t-ess
Mr. and
Blank riship was Exchange Set-up
Mrs. Margaret relatives in i Bill Hanks* Raymond Crews J. "-. Tlomas MAR. 15 & 16
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE hostess to 14 members of the visited rvn Griffin Milton D Carter John 11. hanbarger
Christian Youth Fellowship at a Tampa over the weekend. I The Starke Chapter of American Jessie ilathis John FuquaySWpy !ene Xitegel 1st Feature

5.01 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville,' Fla. FR 6-7588 I social hour following their meet- Jenifer Davis of Gainesville Field Service met in' the BHS F.K. L.M. Tomllnson Lewis Purvis) Hollow Griff 1lotf.'laron Dinah C.Tyson WiIIims gdaf$4e

l lirig! evening. spent the weekend with her I cafeteria last Thursday, when Freddie L Clark S'" Thomas E. Leibold H. :s.: Kd vt arils
; Sunday
-r--- __ :. ,,q-:=1ri-: ,..:.--_ .. : : .. : grandmother, Mrs. Lucile Davis. John Dodd student president of It. F Uano Arthmon Tyson.C'mnt'r_ .. J>. Edwards
H. C. Douglas Mack Leonard 'rtbur'IIJia illS
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Jenifer's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. the chapter, reported that the local i:. C. Hicks Issac Reynolds K*>t. Hue Brewton

H. G. Davis, Jr. and son Greg, unit is now recognized by AFS Willis T.: Pinkston Oliver Tyson Kst.George Theodore Morris
''- Lewis {'arttor'Ietorla )IackO. -
FOR THE FINEST GAS SERVICEyou came: for her on Sunday. National Headquarters in New C. Kelley Ruby Cook Dfssle Flowers
Mrs. J. L. Hair of Lake City York. "This makes it possible for J.V.. Kflley "larence Covington Rertha flreen _we kib t*t"l'19flcJ
Richard Griffis Douglas Colbert
visited her mother, Mrs. Annie our chapter to go ahead with'plans ?Morris S. Kelley Cartw! James E. Franklyn Clint HillLonnie I Feature

Hoilingsworth, on Tuesday. for bringing a foreign i i Robert P. Lewis Inez Higlitower and Albert fiiblis :

J..ujL7 Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson- for foreign J; Drew'R\'ddif'h Kffie B. Woolen E.t. I
JUST S Can't Beat with plans bringing: a D. Alvarez Lucius B. Williams Henry W. Hryant
\ille spent the weekend with her student to our school next year," Sarah Alvarez Malls Pryant Dan Johnson !'

grandmother Mrs. T.J.. Griffin. Dodd said. V T. N. Norman <*. Tom Marks Charles Hudson'I'I'
Cecil E. Jr.George Cuffe J. L.
liii LU Rev. H. O. Boyette will conducta The committee decided to start C.ussic Garrison Crawford- Queen Esther Green Perry Kit** '
Slade Gas revival at Kendrick next week. unmediately to raise the $650 Bernard Emanuel Rebaner Clark Lo/iyrenia Smith
11,. L. Conner Pea rile D. Green }'. K. Uoohby
Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour and which will be needed to> bring a Frasier Kellej Et.Waltf'r Pearce V. S. St. Johns .

Mrs. Sarah Lawson attended the foreign student here. Local churChes A. C. 1l1is--. r Richard James Sumpter E.'GeigenJacqueline

Slade Gas is just one of the many millions of PRIVATELY Brooks Beauty Show at the Rob- / civic groups, and individual A.Hfnrl"arr'R. McRae-Zandr '. Joe J-ohji Harmon Lennon Edward Blake A. iloortr l

bert Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville, citizens will be contacted by BHS Harold D. Smith Scipio Singleton Jackson
OWNED businesses in America, built, financed and own a! by Feb. 28-29. students and given an opportunity T. A. Grave Alfonso Jenkins Pat ,A. :Miller ,
W. Susie"Htondtrson Ruth Laundry j.ec
N. tthetta &
private citizens, that has helped to build your 'city, your state Attending the Presbyterian to contribute. Mansell C.. W. Williams Mrs. Louise I'arntfnter V
Irene Williams I F. OiisMon
conference at Grace local S. M. Abernathy
Four of
District the
I It is the opinion
the nation have Let's William F. Trlnks William C. Byrd Wen Wade V
and into today. keep
your country we Presbyterian Church i in Gaines- committee that participation in J. G. Lanier Joe C. Ricks Floyd Stewart

rile on Wednesday were Rev. and the student exchange program I.. H. Outlaw, Effie Mae Jordan Zane Brooks'
strong' -- support private enterprise. Virgie Flynn M. K. Cribbs
James L. McCormick rUASiIIIea
Mrs. W. I
MIS. Barry Van Deventer, will be an educationalexperience N. J. 'Davis R. R. Alvarez G. F. Odori ...V '' '

T. Jackson Mrs. L. V. .Hardin, for: the school and 'community. A Mack Griff Mrs. GraceV.. Osborne William Lane NSfCC:
Sink, Mrs. R. G. will be selected Claude B. Barbour I). F. McRae Lydia Lane -_.fMrP'- uluCdUIa.
Mrs. student from BHS
C. Lavon Crosby Joe Frasier
I Thelma Starling
SLADE GAS OFFERS Paterson :Mrs. C. T. McManusand at a later date to spend the Glen K. Hundley Henry Williams X. W. Rhetta Susie Cartoon: Famous! Hide

.' Andrews. H. D. Bailey Charles W. ElasJnnius ManseU ?,
Mrs. Guy in foreign country.
summer Azalea Motel
M. Smith
: / Arvig C. Kirkland
"v" i:*.: V J. S. Sapp Jr. H. C. Brown George F. OnethleinClem TlfUR. and FRI.

ill 24.Hour Service' V r-\ Legion Observes Paul K. Watson I W.. B.M.Thompson Reddish A.E. A.R. &Johnson Blanche Z. Z. Griffin'A. Griffis' ', Mar. 17 & 18

I i t P. B. Johns Edwards Eugene Griffis Feature .
41st Anniversary Funeral HeldIn C. E. Crawford C. H. N'asworthyJ. Horace( O. Pyal:

A, R. Gaskins K.: Bullington Truby Slade .

Hotter Gas Per Square Foot Of Organization Jones Chapel I Arlie J. Dobbs Carl Pitch 6 Daniel P. r..perI Flying2nd. FontainesIBl
2. : ( James Wainwright Ruby Thompson Henry B. Hlnsr.n.
Thomas O. Swann Mrs. E. J. Dowling Zeaner Jones
A towering 20-pound birt'"daycake I' piul Kbgr Watson, 80. a resl-i: Edward Lee Massey .V. L. Knight Lizzie Sullivan Feature

highlighted a party _held by dent of Starke -for the past ten Earlie & Mamie pad-Mrs. S. N. XortonW. H. Maxwell 'V V
3. Steadier Pressure For Your Gas Needs American Legion Post 56 Tuesday years, died In a local hospital Mae get: J. Allen Ella Elizabeth Mae McCoy Tucker Est. Mrs.F. L.H.Williams D. May ,- cum MaE\ !

night, marking the 41st anniversary Tuesday after a brief illness. Mr.. Robert Scott Louvenia_Roberson Est.C. L. May un um AIIIW IU1IIIt
Rosa Lee Ghent tern Perjy
of the organization. A fried theS Hattie Abraham
Watson was associated with Martha Robinson Rosa LIggette Est. Clyde Hall
fish supper was serve(' to some 125 B. Hubban Co. in Jacksonvillefor Isaac & Lillie Felder Dan Thomas Merle Parkham 1001
V members who attended the meetin to M. L. Crews Leona Ella Matthews Mr*. J. P. Dickinson
4. Competitive Prices '\o : many years' before. moving. Kenjamin Fmni Annie Coleman EstMack Earl W. Brown
: :: V ? in the Legion home. Starke. He- was born in -iierry,: Clifford Kelley Coleman Jr. William H, Hall AUDlAr,
District Commander Nonie Pullum Geneva Hersey
\ Fourth I J. W. Barber
18 1879 and was a
on Sept. ,
Ky. Brown Walter Thomas Marie J. Durand-
-- Harry Rabb was presented a $25 member of. Grace Baptjst Church Sam John BullardLizzie :da Lee llolden Thomas E. Garner Jr. j9jiT8c
Better Service the National Commander Jessie Guion ('Hffordarden !
5. check from Jacksonville. 11cQ ire Est
his district Carrie Marshall Damonn Dell Key M. Sargent
award for -
as n Surviving are his wife, Estelle (". C. Anderson L. Z. Baker Dave Henderson
leading the Department of Mastin Watson of Starke, and one John It Pallline DeroreSalli 4 Joe Williams Catherine Mathews' I IMaxie

6. And All the Advantages of Trading WithA Florida wise,in in membership 1960. percentage i son ville.Richard Paul Watson Jackson Ellen Tisdale Tanner Surliis Merrill Marvin Mrs. Carrie GriffisUII.u Edwards D. Kdward_ M.Harold D. Harrell Bores'Nancy A DlsahIUkU Jr.. -:, _

i W. B. Sewell Mra n. W. Sapp
Northern Area Commander Guy! Esta Mae Williams
i Funeral services ,were held in Faulkner
Et-Ai n. A. Green Mrs. Ben
Privately.Owned/ CompanySLADE Andrews announced his resignation -i Jones Memorial Chapel at 11 ajn. Richard Smith Alfred Barnes II. M. Abernathy V
since he is A.Y.. Masters Mrs. Elizabeth Dryden
... from that post, Thursday with .ev. Robert En- Edgar Williams I
Charles Hardy Thelmb
Est -
!I Lizzie Williams
engaged in a political campaign. gle, pastor of Berea Baptist Laura Coy Jennie L. Young Johnny H. _GuQue t't
." revealed the appointment'of j J. Miller W. S. Melso Mrs R. A. Griffis
and :
j I Church, Jacksonville, officiating.I Fred Smith J. T. Quigley Est. See 1001wondrfu1
A. L. Crosby Jr. to fill the vac I I Burial was in Riverside Memorial W. P. Dixon Mrs. A.H. Johns Josephine EIleron zounds

V Crosby's appointment was George J. Eites II V. Knight Mrs.V.. T. Tompkin I
Department I I f Park Isaac Dubart S. W. Uai ten Mrs Carrie D. Edwards. aiid zigbt .
LB.BOTTLES Florida *
100 I made by L. Case Jr. J. W. Alvarez L. II. Cfuee* -
Commander Larry Hoffman of program.Bill IT. Griff! Jessie B. Coleman Jessie U: Young

Miami. I Graham and Buddy Bishop aimmie ILJohnson W. E. Williams Mm. A. H. Johns Cartoon: Salmon Yeggs

GAS CO'1 I Past Post/ and Department! served as chief cooks, with Andrews L.Peach C. demons Crawford Glen F S.R.SmithApplication Sanders Post Office.returned- by

Commander A. J. Thomas Jr. gave i as general chairman of the John Crews Emma Badman & los StarUnKt'Tnderwood Sat. Morning Shows to begin -

V I R brief history of the local post i party arrangements. Nathaniel Whitney Whitley' Paul Richard H. Faulkner Cuff aD W. K.: ,Conner fteEt. at the Florida Theatre
4-3551' $7.50 from the date of its organization! Door prizes were won by Fritz Howard Hampton Kenneth Xorman J. L. Brantl Mar. 19 at 10:00: A.M.

PHONE': yo to the present time. !. Kramer, Bob COJT Kenneth Grider, An rile Hampton Williams Aaron Mrs. :\.F.. f.Taylor Rosier Seeber Martin Forsyth U: MDanl V / Watch for the ad in paperto
CNext Door To Wir m. ixie) A member of the firm 'tIiat&1fers Judy McRae, Raleigh Sweat Buddy Et-Al Ernest Phillips Charles A.vXlUon. see whats playing.
I Legion,, members" .8 a hospital- Bishop, X. M. Smith, Mike H. H. Hamilton John W. J.W.Dodd Glisson Jr. Joe Margaret E. Griffis'Magyar!

--- -- insurance plan appeared on 'the: Gilhooly, and other Mrs. Merrill Preratt F. IL Starling I I I11I1lliu1r1ll; : : :

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1 I Junior Club .I Gilbreath-Priest Jane G. Lowery Mrs. Mike Furillo ,I Ladies. Council I BPW NoticeThe

1I I II.Hears Panel l On Engagement Told Weds Harold L. Gay Honored At ShowerIn 'Met March 3rd BPW Club! will meet tonight

II 'Day In Court' In Church Herei Tanner Home j 1 A devotional program on Crow! (Thursday) at 8 o'clock at the

I i i home of Mrs. Ruby Johns.
''I'I I "A Day in Court with Juveniles"was First Presbyterian Churchwas Mrs. Tom Gill, Mrs. W. D. ins Wisdom" was presented by I
I ,
I Mrs Norman Badgett, Mrs. Barbara
the theme at the Junior Woman's the setting for' a lovely wed-I Thomas Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave, Griffis Youth Legislature
and Mrs.
rt Margaret
t I Club ding Saturday afternoon Feb. .27, and Mrs. E. E. Tanner entertainedat
meeting,Monday night Blankenship when the Ladies
flUdya! Mooty I iI j at 4 o'clock when Mrs. Jane G. a lovely bridal shower Tuesday
Mike Reddish
Council of First Williams
at the club house Christian Church
Lowery became, the bride1 of Har-, evening at the home of the latteron I
:and Spanky McLendon of BHS
An interesting program was met in the Fellowship Hall at 8 :
old L. Gay. Rev. Barry D. Van Cherry street honoring :Mrs.
I Cook-Out Held Slimnastics Class I presented around the theme with Deventer the : pjn., March 3. The business session will spend Thursday to Sunday
performed nuptials.I Mike Furillo, the former Lynda
,Mis. Edward Burns serving as was conducted by the -
president Ji Tallahassee attending the
I Mrs. Lowery is the daughter of Chapman. |
At HomeThe Postponed Today moderator. The panel composed Mrs. C. P. Cowen.
Houpt was
Putman Youth Legislature. Frank has
Mrs. Charles S. Pate of Arrangements of pink azaleas I I I I
of Judge Theron Yawn. The three circles wul meet
I Hall and Ted Gornto of High were used to advantage in deco- Lien nominated for Youth Gov-
young peoples group oj the The Slimnastic class was canceled Juvenile! Court Judge; Hugh' Ingram. ;! March 17 as follows:
Springs. :Mr. Gay is the son of of interest in the
First Baptist Church held a "cook- today I Thursday] due to Principal of B. H. S.: Dr. t : rating points No. 1 at 10 ajn. in Fellowship einor from the second district.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gay of Fair- party The refreshmenttable
out" at the home of Dr. and Mrs.C. the illness of the instructor Mrs. Florence Jennings, Juvenile Coun- !_ rooms. Hall with Mrs. Griffis and Mrs.

J. Houpt last Thursday evening. Frank Mitchell. Classes will resume elor; Mayor W. T. Jackson, and banks. was o'erlaidith an Irish Badgett as hostesses.
The altar of the church was linen and lace cloth and centered daughter, Stephanie Gay on Mar.
After supper the 25 guests en- next Thursday at 9 a. m. in Mrs. Mildred Mount, Supervisorof I No. 2 at 8 pm in the home, of
with I i 3, at Bradford County Hospital
____ lovely potted palms and with an antique green pottery'
joyed viewing colored slides .on the: armory. Child Welfare from Gaines- Mrs. Lavesta Macy.
pedestal baskets of white carnations bowl filled with pink azaleas.
the Womanless. Wedding program ville. It was brought out how the No. 3 at 7:30 p.m. In FellowshipHall BRIGHTEN UP!
and gladioli. A branched Punch, coffee cake squares, nuts
that was given at the church on WesleYan'Gullds !i/ajqrity of delinquents stem -"r-z ."J I I with Mrs. Rosabella Tomlinson Painting and Decorating
,. candelabra
x ;:: ',, : decorated with gladioli. and mints were served.
New Year's Eve.Chaperoning ,"rom bad home environment and .: as hostess.
I and fern with burning white Standing in the receiving line At LOWEST PRICES
the with To Host DistrictThe emotional instability, and how
supper ; tapers placed the Mrs. the honoree CallDAWKINS
was over organ. were Tanner
Dr. and Mrs. Houpt were Mr. and mothers can help the children cy "' ." Recent Birthi
J.-" The bride, given in marriage by and her mother Mrs. R. V. Chap- The Painter
Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, Rev and Wesleyan Service Guilds, healthy home environment -
providing a
Mr. and Thomas Gil- her father chose for her wedding man. Mrs. Redgrave presided at Mr. and Mrs. James Green of 414 E. South St.
Mrs. A.
Mrs. L. D. Haines and Mr. and D.iits 1 and 2, will be hosts at the well mixed with lots I i
Starke I l I
breath of Lakeland announce the a powder blue cotton lace sheath j the punch bowl and Mrs. Gill announce the b\th\ of a
Mrs. Paul Raymond. aanual District meeting of the of love and discipline.Mrs. I -
with floating side panels of poured coffee. Mrs. Thomas and i
Guild on Sunday in the First Me- J. D. Warren president engagement of their daughter, nylon
Nena Lynette, to William Van organdy. With this she wore I Miss Linda Smith presided at the I.I
Brownie Notice: thodist Church. presided over the business meeting ; when you needRELIABLE
matching blue accessories and!I gift table.
Priest son of Mr. and Mrs. ClydeG.
Members of the 12 units fromStarke during which a recommendation -
Starke.I carried a white carnation corsage. The' 65 guests included Mrs.
Priest of I
The Brownie Scouts will meet ? Gainesville, 'Palatka Wil- was made for the club to Mrs Lola C. Garbett was the William A, Bryant and daughterof
marriage be
at the home of their leader Mrs.J don and Ocala will attend adopt a system whereby each bride's only attendant. She was I St. Augustine. GAS SERVICETHINK
church services followed by 'member would receive points for May 14 in the chapel of the

D. Warren at 1 o'clock Satur- luncheon in Fellowship Hall, and I participation in club activities Florida Baptist Children's Homein attired in a Navy blue nylon

day afternon for a skating party the annual business meeting. during the club year._A minimum Lakeland.A chiffon over taffeta dress with Mr. And Mrs. Patray OF
accessories. Her outfit was SLADE GAS
number of points would be neededto graduate of Woodlawn High
Are Honor Guests
F Standing as a School in..Birmingham, Ala., :Miss complemented with a corsage of
remain in good

I Please Let Me Thank You member.: this Mrs.in Jerome detail and Johns stress explained --, Gilbreath(Ala.) State' attended College.Jacksonville She is a white John carnations.Pitts of :Melrose servedas On First AnniversaryMr. TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR U1-

member of Lake Metho- best man.Following and Mrs. Ronnie Patray of
ed the importance of having this Highlands PHONE WO 4.35$1DAYLITE
recommendation adopted.The dist Church in Birmingham and the wedding a reception Jacksonville were delightfully sur- ,I

I president appointed the is employed by Food Machineryand was held at the home of prised on their first wedding an- i --

For Returning q{ following nominating committeefor Chemical Corporation.Mr. Mrs. Howard Meyer on E. Call niversary Saturday evening, Feb.

V new officers for the next club Priest graduated from street. The bride's table was centered -] 27, when Mrs. Patray's parents,

Me Congress rear chairman! Miss Betty Jane Bradford High School and Jacksonville with a three-tiered wedding Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Oakes gavea

W'h Morgan; Mrs. Frank Mitchell. State College, where he cake topped with pink bells. A dinner party for them and the CO-OP FOODS

Mrs Drew Reddish. Miss Sylvia majored in accounting. He is em- single pink candle was placed at members of their wedding, partyat
Without ployed the International Busi- each end of the' table. The punch the Garden Restaurant,

Paulk A dessert and Mrs.course Jim was Bloodworth.served by ness Machines Corporation in bowl was' placed" in a bed of pink The party was an exact replica Open 7 Days A Week -- 8 to 9

OppositionWith the hostess chairman. Mrs. Ben I Jacksonville, and is'a member of carnations and greenery. Miss I!of the rehearsal supper given for

_ I Moxley, and her committee following the First Baptist Church, Starke. Michael book. Renfroe kept the bride's the couple a year ago, with the

humility and deep a,T: ';mow adjournment. First Baptist WMU Following a three-day wedding same decorations menu being were used.also The the same table WAYNE'S% CASH. SUPERETTEOwned

trip to Lakeland, Tampa and other with a centerpiece being the top
appreciation' I promise to Birthday Party Circle Meetings points of interest Mr. and Mrs. of their wedding' cake. Lighted I

Gay are residing at 408 Jefferson and Operated by Wayne' Douglas and Cecil
continue the same devoted Held blue candles were placed at inter-
For Steve Brown Tuesday
street Starke. vals down the length of the long Douglas Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store

fif'nl'p that I have tried Mrs L. C. Brown entertained at Members of Helen Masters The bride and groom are employees banquet table Rev. J. H. Marby 671 W. Madison Phone WO 49231EEKEND

birthday party Saturday afternoon Circle, led the program and had at the Trail Ridge Plantof Jr., who presided at the wedding, .
to give In the past. the Du Pont .
you Company.Outoftown asked the before the din-
for her son Steve, who was charge of decorations and arrangements blessing V"'II"
gut'stwere Mr. Miss Paulk, soloist at
five old. : when the executive ,ner. Sylvia
The party was held on' the lawn committee of the First Baptist and,Mrs. Arlin Gay of Milton and I the wedding, sang the same Wed- rw
Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Pawlikowski '
where the 19 little guests enjoyed Church met at 11:30 a.m. Tuesdaywith of ding PI ayer.
Keystone'Heights. I The 18 guests enjoying this delightful SPECIALSFAMILY ;
games with Jan McCrary and a covered dish luncheon WE JIVE r.
Re- served at affair were members of .
Richard Crews winning prizes. noon.
4-H Rally the wedding party, Jack Balls of STAMPS
Sincerely freshments were served from an During the business session Day
attractive table covered with a plans were made for the revival, In USO Nashville Tenn., twin brother of .l '"

party cloth and centered with a March 13-20, with Rev. Clyde Ken- Saturday"Come Mrs. Oakes, and George Canova.
white cake iced in pink and blue. dall as evangelist. It was voted_ to as you were" the
(Billy) t The children received favors of send a love gift to Samuel Hoe tnerae of 4-H Rally Day held last Church League BALLARD SELF-RISING

blow-outs, toy crickets and bal a medical student at Bowman Saturday: in the USO. Some of BasketballAfter '

I'loons. Gray University who! recently the girls came dressed as they FLOUR 5 Ibs. 39c

Member of Congress, 8th DistrictPd. Mrs. Brown was assisted by graduated with honor from Stet did when a child, and Emily i last week's games in

Pol Misses Jackie Hughes and Nancy son University Johns and Kathy Rhoden of I II which Madison Street Baptist: HERSEY'S SUGAR 5 Ibs. 29c
( Adv.) 'Mrs.
Manni. J. Hildebran gave the I Starke won first and second teat First Methodists 36-23 the I| (Limit One'with $5.01)) Order)
f call to worship, and taking tfute respectively in,. the contest. two teams are in a tie for first'I .

!. the program which was a! Cnlldren's toys were given for place and will remain that way i OSAGE PEACHES ,2 1.2 can < 19c
part of the Week of Prayer were: 1'1 lzes. ,
ihiough Thursday night's games, -
Airs. J P. Dill, Mrs. M. B. Jordan.
; Approximately 100 girls and tenTOMATOES.
i unless the Presbyterians or First GA.;
THRU MARCH 19TH Mrs. Neal Lyons, Mrs. L. H. Outlaw their
I 'f 1-ui- and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. enjoy parents the recreational were on hand program to Christians they play.Tonight. can pull an upset when 303 can lOc

A. trio number was sung by Mary planned In observance of National -
[Thursday] Methodistswill
i Louise Haines Janice Vickers, and 4-H 1-1
Week. Bradford
1 County at 7,
play: Presbyterians

I Save Now! Offer Limited! I M.Dee H.Walters Sheppard.accompanied, by Mrs. has ranging a total in of age 150 from club 10 girls'l(,while 8:30.: Baptists meet Christians! at SARDINES 3-cans 25c

9g Meeting PostponedThe 'years. In the event of a tie after to- JIM DANDY .

.9 Helen Masters Circle meet- Club winners in the biscuit- 27c
5 Ibs.
a night's games, a playoff will be'I GRITS -
ing has been postponed from the biking: contest had a run-off to

t third Tuesday to the fourth Tuesday select: a'county: winner. Club win- held next Tuesday night. I"fT CADIN HOME

March 22, at 10:30: ajn. at ners were Karen Lee :Thelma I -
I 27c
MEAL 5 lb. -
.3 the home of Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Knight Audrey I Flakes, Kathie I -

Jr.. A covered dish luncheon will Jones and Sharon Bryan. Shar-

be served. on's biscuits; won first place, and HURT! STANDARD "
mll.fon :
Kathie's second for the county CORNED BEEF 12 oz. 39c

; Lottie Moon Circle of the, First a lard. Parents served as judgesin .

Baptist WMS met Tuesday nightat all the contests. QUARTERS .

CIt 7:30: o'clock at the home of Twenty-nine girls modeled dres- c SUPERIOR OLEO lb. 12y=c

s Mrs. J. D. Warren, with Mrs.! N. ses, skirts and aprons they made

B. Rosier as co-hostess. Mrs. H. L. in''their clothing projects. Group

Speer presented the program, with singing, folk games and dances { Frozen Foods

Mrs. Rosier in charge of the de were led by Linda Cox, Becky tl

votional. Mrs. R. A. Green, circle ':orappon, Sheryl Shealy, Suz-
chairman reported 12 members anne Judd and Kathy Rhoden.In .- You can walk in style and Comfort inSHOES I Ij 6OZ. PINKLEMONADE

,present, and appointed Mrs L. N. the talent program, girls j I KNAPp( : 8 FOR g gr

Irby as community chairman. :rom Hampton 5th and 6th grades FOR MEN AND WOMEN C

Annie Armstrong Circle met at and Lawtey 5th and 6th presented I f innersoles; f 10OZ. SLICED

Np the home of Mrs. Eustis McKnightwith musical numbers. Kathy Rho- I and buoyant: support to the I

'Miss Wilma Alexander as co- len gave an original skit. I arches...For substantial savings and STRAWBERRIES

hostess. The program topic, "It'sUiJ A picnic lunch was enjoyed together Expert:Factory Fitting Service,consult
to you" was presented by at noon. (YOUR

Mrs C. A. Darby and Mrs. O. F. io-oz.

Skmer Jr. The devotional was Little WomenTo HAWKINSPh. 2 FORGIVE
4 .ti Y given by Mrs. E. D. Tenly. WO 4-7022

Lorene Epperson Circle met at Meet MondayThe Starke, Fla.

the home of Mrs. Robert Barks- OUR .MEAT THE TASTE TESTYOU'LL
dale with Mrs. Norman Allen as Little Women's Club will AGREE IT BEATS ALL THE REST
meet Monday evening at 7:30 0.-
< co-hostess. Miss Dorothy Ross was
''t t EXTRA in charge of the program, assistedby clock at the club house. D SPARERIBS 'ib. 41
with Decorator Print Cover,plus all the Mrs. Eva Anderson, Mrs. Frank Anne Matthews will present a
l :Mitchell Mrs. Harold Davidson program on "Books." TARKE **FL': ,
-"Y J; features of the regular 837. Choice .
,._ ;:; will L
REGl) -'--<<.' and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. Hostesses for the evening DRY SALTBACON .
s of Double or Single Size Mattress or be Harriett Powell Linda Hilde-
Sun.-Mon.-Tue., 3Iar. 131415Dai lb. 23cSMOKED
bran and Slade.
FIRM BoxSpringS4995 Farewell Party f Xiven. Miti: Gaynor

- For MarciaVhittle Happy Anniversary
HANDSOME DURABLE STRIPED TICKING -- -- --- WCTU Meeting part Reiner, Loring Smith PICNICS -, 'lb- 33c

SPRING! Misses Marcia Haynes Gayle Members of the local "WCTU
Edwards, Mary Bellinger and Susanne met last Friday in the office of SEMMiONELESS

Steel Coils add Judd entertained at a delightful the Tabernacle Chapel annex with Battle Of The 'IB.
farewell party last Fri- Mrs. Florence Hipple presidingand Coral Sea
f ) Strength and Firmness. dey evening at the home of the Mrs. I. W. McLean in chargeof Cliff Robertson :Gia SoalaPlut

MALONE-CLIMATIZED.No Odor from-Dampness or Mildew.' t latter for Miss Marcia Whittle the devotional. Several new Color Cartoon For Kids! ALL MEATSMOKED -
who is moving to Dunedin with and regular members,
Construction Free from moisture retaining materials. '" '
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her family next week. were reported during the past SAUSAGE
Wed., Thur., Mar. 16.17
PRE-BUILT BORDERS, multi-needle side-stitched to ." The 35 guests enjoyed games month. Refreshments were served

} J prevent sagging edges. .aid dancing during the evening. during the social hour. ShotgunSterling RIB ANDBRISKET
The refreshment table was attractive Jla'df'D, Yvonne De Carlo

l*. CUMATIZED is a registered label, and Only Malone : with a pink azalea centerpiece Beta Sigma Phi- ; PLUS STEW ''b 29'

and Coca-Colas punch
Mattresses ore
Stars In My CrownJoel
sake, sandwiches. nuts and mints will
Beta Sigma Phi sorority
McCrea,. Kllea Drew
were served.: meet Monday night at 8 o'clockat
t Plus Color Cartoon For Kids VANILLA WAFERS 12 oz. 29c
the home of Mrs. Don Page

I t 's-A Fact You Can Do Better At" .' High School PTA 1519!\ Raiford Road with Mrs. Fri.Sat.., Mar. 18-19 LARGE

Will See PlayThe Mural Gardner as co-hostess. Walt Dwney's -39c
Bradford High SchoolP.. Youth Rally Set \
J r T. A. will meet Tuesday evenings : Forest JACKS

; 7:30 o'clock in the high schoorcafeterta. 'I All young people are Invited to Fes Parker, Wendell Corey OATMEAL COOKIES 39c
OF r '
i attend a Youth for Christ Week Glenn Ford pebble ReynoldsIt !
The 'program will be in charge
program to be held April 9 in the Started With A Kiss
Phone WO 4-4321 Starke, Florida ?f Mrs. Patti Carlson speech director \
434 West Call St.
whose students will present -j Madison Street Baptist Church. Plus 9 Color Cartoons For Hide FEEDS AND DOZIER-GAY PAINTSTIIURSDAY
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a,one act.I11a1" J

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L-u' -_ ---- ______ THTRSDAY MARCH. neo
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Failure To File limits! after 72. held at :30 at the
age Income frominvestments ; p.m. Thursday at 7:30 o'clock: in the Boy Scout
editorial Farmer's For rentals, other retirements Halwig Funeral Home Chapel Hut on the Pratt Street Play-
Diary Security
: systems or pensions do not with interment in Pleasant Val- ground.
Costly To ManyMany count in figuring earnings. ley Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones
Sum All managers, players officials
II By McGarrcj Workers of retirement age who Funeral Home was in charge of
and persons interested jn spon-
Problems Anyone? The FFA earn less than $2080 in'a year local arrangements.
boys sure poured feed persons are robbing soring teams are urged to attend
to the two steers they had In the tncmselves, social security payments would inquire immediately at this meeting. Tentative plans for
Problems problems all God's chillun I t Show & Sale this week in Gain- due to failure,to,- file thfir local Social Security Office Softball Leagues both slow and fast leagues are
Com- J esville. Curtis .said the claims according to'J. W. Spann, 4.11 Southwest Second Avenue
got problems-especially Bradford County Marlowe Will being: made in order to insure
missioners and Starke City Councilmen. boys had fed the two animals Jr., manager of the Gainesville Gainesville, or contact the Social OrganizeMonday maximum participation from
I 5,000 lbs'of feed since October.. Social Security ,office. Security Representative when he NightAn e eryonerho desires to play-
'. visits Starke on Thursday March
Commissioners dealt with three weighty'prob- Those who continue working both young and old-
lems at their meeting here Monday; tabled one, I Prettiest shrub in our yard now alter ,retirement age, 65 for men 10.He will be at the Court Roomof organizational meeting to Recreation Superintendent Bob
called for further negotiation on another, and i is the flowering quince. Alice got and 62 for women, often do not the Court House at 9:30: A. MMrs. form slow and fast softball leagues Btnner requests that everyone interested

slammed the door on a third. None of these i xi:, about a month' ago and it has understand they may receive 1 : for the coming season will in officiating games

actions, of course, will please everyone-but Although it didn't get as cold Keen in bloom. ever. since. benefits for some months,. Manager -- Flora Dayton be held Monday night March 14. this year be present.

then that's the life of Commissioner Spann said. Dies At Home
a : problems, as two years ago. it seems like See where in Congressman Billy Anyone otherwise qualified! mayurn ,
problems, and more problems' tirs: present season has been just Matthews annual questionnaire up to $1200 a year and still Of Son In Starke
as bad. The last cold wave over farmers in this district voted 68 receive social security checks for
Commissioners thought theyhad neatly solved' the weekend was enough to chill per cent against the Soil Bank ail months of the year. Some Mrs. Flora Drake Dayton 78,
one of these 'headaches by negotiating a trade of the marrow of your bones. end only 32"per cent for it. _benefits are payable when' earn mother of Herbert E. Dayton of
three unused'streets at Indian Beach Santa 'died
Big ,
on 5 ings are more than $1200. Regardless Starke Saturday at the
Fe for one 160-foot tract on Little Santa Fe But it didn't get any spring Learned, this week that. our of ,annual earnings, a home of her sons where -she had
to be used for recreation purposes. Just as they crops because as George Huggins rlace is,.at an elevation of 15S winker may receive benefit checks been visiting for the past month.
were feeling pretty well satisfied with themselves :said "It's been too wet to work feet above sea level. It does seem lor any month in which earningsare Mrs. Dayton was born April 16 r

and were ready to close, the deal up bobsa la 1d. Only stuff we know is in that any place that high up $100 or less, or he does not do 1882 in Renoya, Pa., and 'was a
the ground is Irish potatoes over should have a place to drain substantial work as a selfemployed member of the Methodist Church.
petition from property owners on Little Santa
m Brooker and the last time we water to. instead of 'just standing person in his own business. Of The body was sent to Olean,
Fe saying they don't want any part of a public saw them they had not sprouted around in a ditch.Midget course, there are no earnings N. 'Y', where funeral services were

boat launching ramp in their midst. Result: the 3 et. 1. _... ., ..
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matter tabled for further, investigation and ne- Se. -' "
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gotiation. Problems, problems-more problems. Seed for summer cover crops .
such as Hairy Indigo and crotalaria -. LeagueThe
Another troublesome question 'for the Commission ,will b? scare this.year according -
is what to do about a so-called "package to seed dealer Zedra Bulldogs, previously undefeated SHOP C U

deal" offered to it by the State Road Departmentas Hamilton. Reason for the scarcity l, were tripped up by the && fSuUE'"FEA7URfz '
a possible solution for financing right-<>f-Way i: the extremely wet weather last Hurricanes 26-33 in the last Midget -
purchases on U. S. 301 south. Fly; in the oint- sear which made harvesting of League basketball game.of.the SHOP H. "You can forget your roofing worries now. Forget
seed almost impossible. season played Saturday morning.The Sun Snow and Sleet. These shingles from Starke Builders -
ment, however, is that the package contains a S. second place Hurricanes ,

distasteful item calling for re-financing an old All this cold we've been having \'ere led by Emmett,Akridge's 22 Don't Supplies are the l last word in roofing protection."

bond issue at a higher Interest rate than is now has delayed our berry crop and point, and Dale Crosby's 10, while Buy Your New Car

being paid on it, in order to float the new issue. it's hard to. tell when the fruit Donald Falcon hit for 24 for the

More negotiation more problems! will come in. Market Manager J. losers. The. Globetrotters edged, on the First Stop DOWN
II, Wainwright said this week we o-it the Gators 43-41: after three, NO MONEY
Most ticklish problem faced Monday, however, should start as soon as the weather overtime: periods, to take over ,

was the.board's position on the proposed Sunday turns warm. third place in the, League' Ronnie .
beer sale straw vote in Precinct Six. In a 4-1 e e i Tomlinson sank the winning
vote the board apparently negated its own pre- And speaking of berries a,number point in the sudden death period -
of ex-farmers who 'work off" Globetrotters were led by Calvin
vious action when an inn-keeper in Precinct Six
tcld us they are thinking of Varnes with 18 points, and Jim- Add Rooms --- Carport ---
he obtained the
was given to understand that if .
}planting next year. They think ray Douglas with 10. The Gators'. -
signatures of 25 cent of qualified voters in
per tat; by using plastic mulch they Dvright Elder set a new game ,
the precinct, a straw vote would be held to determine will be able to handle a crop high for the season scoring 32 Bath Room

Sunday beer.sale wishes of the people because most of the hoeing will points. FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE
in the precinct. The applicant obtained the signa- ot eliminated that way.Tobacco Scores for the last week's (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX.

tures and presented the petition, as instructed, games: Bulldogs '28, Gators 24; TURES)
and the board voted 4-1 to reject it. Puzzler in farmers have been busy Hurricanes 33; Globetrotters 13.
this situation is that the Board had a perfect fumigating the soil and putting The Midgets will play in two Time To Re-roof
out fertilzer. Plants are said to be exhibition games Tuesday night, Billy
right to deny the application in the first place, DowlingAcross
tc.o. small to set out yet and because March 15, starting at 7 o'clock in
with or without a petition. Problems, problemsmore of the rains there has been the high school gym. At this

problems.On seine trouble with Blue Mold. time, awards will be made to the
C. members and also to those BUILDERS SUPPLIES
the City front, most pressing current problems The Street From Setzer's
This winter has been rough on who have- perfect attendance re-
seem to be'the need for raising funds to pro- %
Sheriff P. D. Reddish said f 01 cs. Starke Fla.
vide sewer and water extensions for the constantly cows. of Black ate The public is invited to attend. ...- -- --' -- . Phone WO 4.4201 ,
his fine herd Angus -- '
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expanding areas. hopesit --- ----- '- -- -
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:In bad shape due to the wet and "
has this problem solved by the prospective en- cold. .
actment of a sewer service charge and a slight -

increase in water rates. Such increases, of course, Watched a crazy blue jay here

are not expected to be popular,but then, no public one day. It picked up a paper '' /- '. -

official ca nalways do the popular thing. Prob- napkin flew up into a tree, and YO"U' ; CAN'T'O'EAT":; --i: ; : .
it to bits, -
lems, problems-more problems. then proceeded to tear -i:: :.. -
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as though he hated it.. ; < ..
Council is also faced with taking the significant, .5. .... 'W'......,_ .J \t'.. '; ._.... ,., .
step to create a Housing Authority after gettingits Pruned our persimmon, pear '. <, 'ii:'
workable program and all other preliminariesin fond plum trees and stuck the ; "

shape in preparation for possible low rent cuttings in the ground all _over ', '

housing units in Starke. Frequently postponed, our place. If they live we should Natural GAS
fruit orchard. The
hale quite a
this Important and necessary step will be comingup plums have leafed out. so we : ,
again for consideration at the meeting on .
think they may live. Also pruned .
March 15. Problems, problems-more problems. find ferilized our scuppernong : ; .. ... -
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With all these/weighty issues hanging in the giape. ..
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balance, it is surprising that more citizen-tax- : .
Levin Griffis has a beautiful ". ;>
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do not attend meetings of our boards to f'/\ .t.- .. ,
payers .. .
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specimen of an Indian spear point -:/{; i \ ,; '
jour in the discussion, or at least be interested on- I arrow headl. He said he pickedt i -:'" .
lookers.: Board members, no doubt, would welcome up when he was a boy over at ,. ''3CI" ,.'.-< .-;;. ",:\ >.

larger attendance on the part of the public at the old Redding place on New Rivet ... / ;_ .., .:>'_, : i I:,.
meetings, especially if the visitors came in a spirit near the Flowing Well Bridge.: '" I \-
of ;'helpful cooperation in solving some of these ._ ., ,,.._ ; ;" : < ,
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matters-not merely to voice criticism or pro- 'f' :;

tests. If no other good were accomplished, it r '
r:}, f -.,
would at least give a broader understanding of I..
the many problems facing our governing bodiesat WHEN :: I ; : .:"
this time.Letters : .'

For. Conner- YOU "- ,: .-.-. MODERN LIVING T :

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Thursday in the and Conner Saturday for Commissioner are two importantdates campaignand NEED And now is fie, time to apply/ for Natural Gas I Service to your home; -

both will provide opportunities for Doyle's

friends and fellow citizens to get into the act and or business! A $5.00 deposit required

give 'his candidacy the stimulus it needs to insure MONEY: ::. .; ,

election. to. ..
Although fhe Thursday rally in.Starke and the ';. Yes while service line in" Starke:" will install"; < "
Saturday kickoff in Tampa will provide dramatic ; now our .crews are we =: ''s _

ways ner, there to show is still the another State we're way splidly in which back every of Con-man SEE U1 : V;,:A the service line from the main too your house absolutely; = f '

and woman in the county can !help, and which is .. : ,

most effective. .' '. < '
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This is the simple matter of sitting .down and ''<{ -' -.

writing' letters or post cards to friends and relatives . : If you are' now using L. P., Gas we willconverf: your equipment to use
them to ..
all over the state-, urging support ', ". '
f ..
Doyle Conner i in his bid for election. LOANSUPTO '_' : Natural Gas at J
r cost to
; no .
Such letters will multiply support for this out- .: you. / _
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standing young man, who has made a name for : : \ "

early himself, in life.throughout Everyone his in the stale county and is'nation familiar so \*,:.,:., ," So save money, call the City Clerk at the City .Hall today offill' hove. -. a. :- I

with Conner's record of achievements from the "

time 'he served as National President of :Future : 1 Your Natural Gas service line installed' .; "

Farmers of America until he became the ;youngest 1$600 ; FREE : .:

Speaker of the House of Representatives in ..
Florida, and one of the youngest in the nation. ; ; :: Y: I ,

NOW This, to letter coincide writing with Conner's should begin kickoff in activities.earnest *. :'i i Whether. you plan to use Nqtural/ Gas now, or, at a. later. date- hi us', :" :

The weeks passing rapidly, and May 3 will ,
be here all too soon. If will be a fine thing to "Folks Find UsFriendly" -\l.\' .,.,put your service line in now while the work cr.ewsarein your neighborhood. :'' : '''';

know, when that day arrives, that everythinghas \i".. ., ,
been done that could have Been done to \ 1ii:.' ;;- .
Conner in the office of Commissioner of Agri- I
put :: \ .* '
"f \ / : t?;
culture. LOCAL FINANCE ; .
Letter writing is one of those things. Let's not
neglect it, or underestimate its importance. I IF YOU LIVE ON THE MAINS! 1\ '

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r4 A rtOBIDA'8 OLDEST WEEKLY NEW*. 4 .0101 and WO 4-0111 I' PIPED" TO YOUR HOME I
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CNPtB THE SAHV: MASTBEAOhltteb.d .Mrs. Marguerite I Hall, Mgt ; : ., .
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I condition of your vegetation. pro- !oil conservation farm plan: when I......- --- -

jvace I for the proper application of he remarked that ,he plars to I i Ii i..

ir i vter r.d improve in the the land products you irrigate from, Keep car-round.green feed He is for going his to cows rotatea all I COLE "Pastgre"'CHAI > : SEE IT! TRY IT! II

;I your pasture, cultivated crops, legume cover crop on his temporary I ., i''
woodlands and wildlife.Conservation ,
pasture; land, which will ,
BSQ ( .,
farm plans were s .'
help build up the much needed ,
delivered to Harry Green and Ben .
organic: material in the soil, > ,)0
Conservation i HalL The Soil Conservation plan -!...- REDUCE .
of T- A. Graves was revised to
Robert Roush Soil Scientist ,
NEWSBy fit the improvements he is mak- '
i with the Soil Conservation Service /\i -
ug on his pasture land.IA .
Bill Haas i prepared soil and capabilitymaps Off'C' NEWEST
water control ditch was laid I
Soil Conservation Service I for Carl Sapp, Edi:! Tenly, !
out for Howard Douglas. This
iiemy Faber, L. B. Jordan Fred t II''
!ditch will control l the water in a i: I v ,it
I Requests for conservation farm 7o
AleDa vid, and Ethel A. LorzenettLI FASTEST
plans were made by: R. E. Lee !>pond in his fields. The ditch is 'fA11GUt. I;;,

and James C. Knight. Their land :designed to take the water off ; ; came upon Henry Faber pick I 1:1 1:1I'll!:

;ores have been located on aerial :-i hout washing. hit up roots on some ground he' PORTABLE I I
PhotOgraphs and a request for soil 1: Conservation farm plans were II I,
I I was taking in. He stopped, took
Maps have been made.E. prepared for S. G. Crews and: Nel- : \a !, !
i out the makings and rolled a cig .
H Rawls, Soil Scientist for ,son Blocker. Nelson is managing I arette. After lighting-up he remarked R'I-I TYPEWRITERIN :w
r Soil Conservation. Service from |his land for timber production. i that he was going to turn ,III
i He is using fire breaks to protect' I
lake ,
City prepared Soil and Cap-
"under all the organic material he
ability maps 'for: A. H. Warren,!this land from wildfires. Crews is !(I: ccuj.uy came from out in the I THE ; 1

j Claude Rowe, D. R. Redding, Ben | using soil building crops on this i i Mid-West where people burned back Spring tension. -

Suslow Ray A. Salazar, Ralph :1 activated land. We were standing I and misused their land and start. I

Gainey James H. Crawford and at the side of a field discussing I I i ed a dust bowl, so I'm going to I All 1 nylen .; ; I II 11,1 11,11III
Billie Varnes. j{his soil conservation plan when Jf ,
!' I I i turn under all the material I can I : bearings
Mr. Crews pointed to a field that
These maps will be used to pre- .to build up my land." People who 1III
pare complete Soil and ,Water : !hid Hairy Indigo in it and 're- burn their cropland: wonder why : I I Beck tilts .
i marked "I sure like that stuff, my independently II"
Conservation farm i
plans. By us- I
Js gets each It's be- > .
I I poorer year. of seat :::1
j hogs like it and it helps build my !! '
ing soil capability
map you ,
: cause they bum up all the or- !; I Iliil
this soil and capability map you i land. i gnic material that's needed to "
will keep? your land in a use that ,! Hairy Indigo is one of the better Improve j i the land. I. liil
: legume cover crops that we I
will conserve its soil and water I I s e I
have in this area. t'o.4810 '
John H. Herbert Jr., Extension I
worn-out soil and increase
improve : Several folks have asked for inI -' Conservationist in cooperation !' $3995 '" r ;v -

productivity; improve the I formation about fish ponds. If I with the Bradford Soil Conserva- i' ,. EASY

-. I you are interested in a fish pond, j tion District and F. F., A., Chapj j ,: I
;J contact your Soil Conservation tcrs, is going to supervise a land ,... .
i District Supervisors Soil Con- !judging event which will be held ': TERf\t\S\
i WILLIAMSJEWELRY i r.eivation Service, County Agent Ion I the farm of Lawton'Crawford : Increases efficiency by eliminating fatigue. You can I
or i the Office Manager for the I I or L. D. Green on Feb. 24. AHEAD FROM
Agriculture Conservation Pro-; j adjust it 4-ways. to fit your body-Molded foam YEARS '

-1 ,I j gram. !Soil Supervisors I *rubber seat covered with I latest* Fabri-coated' mate- ANY ANGLE j N E WIN .

rial.V,/t11 not stain, crack or peel. Brushed aluminum! \
WATCHES. '- DIAMONDS 'j A complete soil and water conservation TO Present Awards i .
REPAIRSAll ''. I farm plan was prepared At Speaking ContestSoil i I frame. _Solid base equipped with kick plates' and va STYLE..SPEED..SPIRITHere's

Work Guaranteed ft.r A: H. Warren, who is goingto top bearing casters. Seat size 1611 x 1414" x,2%".

A.: C. Williams use '''Pensacola Bahia andWhite Conservation District Supervisors ? I a portable: that's f ALL NEW inside

Clover for his permanent of Bradford County selected and out! Galaxie gives better typing with less
142 W. Call St. pasture. He will also use temporary !
Area Vice President Zedra
Star e.I F-fy. j I III grazing such as oats, rye. mil- Hamilton to present awards at I < "EXECUTIVE". Arm. 'Chair effort than ever before. Trace its modern lines. .

Formerly Roberts Jewelry If I I l t or Hairy Indigo. the Speaking Contest at Bradford Colorful, impressive, the*X last -word; in Try its responsive touch. Youll) see why} the

I We were standing out in one ofMS' High School, March 15. I beauty. rushed aluminum, satin Smith-Corona Galaxie is everything you ever
Warren's fields discussing hisIJlIIII j t Five Bradford High students [ smooth frame and base. Tilt seal with I \vanted in $ portable. '

I ale entered in the contest, sponsored : ,adjustable tension and adjustable r .
IJlIIII ALVAREZ' STORE Men's\ Clothing 11II Ii I by the District Supervisors, 'I II height. Swivel ball-bearing ca ters.

II Established 1894 \ in which contestants will speak on ;I Seat ,size, 19'/j"x W x 2%". = I I; p; ;tl
L I "How Soil and Water Conservation -t Y FREE: from Smith-Corona .
Affects the Urban pOPula-
with every Smith-Corona portable. A
tim:: '
That's Our BusinessIf First prize is a $25 Savings )I Il ;- .'M '. ;.fO io o o. I I complete touch typing course on

It's Glass .:. We Have its! i l Bond: ; ; 2nd and 3rd prizes are $10 i i records!
I I' and $5 respectively. Two of the Granite Cray. Oak leaf Green Brown VALUE
CALL WRITE or VISIT i judges will be Ray Reddish, Bradford No. 2550 Saddle Tan .Terra Cotta ..Wine ..

English teacher and Mrs. J. $14 cv I' Sapphire Blue, and soft pastel shade. oft. I- !L
Coral..Apple Green..Russet. I
Joe Peters Glass Co. \.
C. Sapp, ASC secretary. \ f :
I ..... :
In other actions during the ,.. ,
*. "* .>:;Y;", ,3'. .fIt Ir. ,
FOR ANY GLASS meting of Supervisors last Thurs '""IV:-' .
We Design Modern Store Front day the group: .

Just Mail Ha A Pattern for Approved $10 expense for the I

Table Tops I I Bedford High Land Judging I : l .I ".- j ... .
tc&m of Wayne Swaitz Daniel FightFjWOrk
1313 N W. 4ih.: PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Alvarez, Percy Moody and Arthur \

-: Redding, who will represent the ,i I, . .. ,
county in the State Contest oni I : ''f.< ..... ... '
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April 1, in Gainesville. The team ,ISCiI'ed \ A .. 'iT! '" '" 11 1111""" '" ,6011." ""1, ,It"--.K. "" '" ",'0 .
..., : y "
in local contest t
r highest a i i -
i .. '
: : i
'. Feb, 23 at Lawton Crawford r >
1 eld ; '
., "
j fam.Made i i -: ; ::-.:,' '" :. ( ..:.<:: ::: "': : ) t:> ... :, HOWATHALFTHECO'STHALF -
: final arrangements for | BUY A I"4EUlTi r .
2'a ,_
i ,
> ; :. '/"
$ ,' ., .... '. ''
cooperation of the Supervisors in "V".H ,J:; :,. ,> '. jt,:) '; ," ( f.z.

SERVICE the Much FFA 9.Welcomed. Sale and Show held I I ':, RIMIN6TON RAND'/. 1 THE SPACE OF ANY -

= AT ITS, BEST County Weeks, chairman Supervisors as visitors of:jhe and Union Pasco Jack)i: 1 Plfighb.I ;t5 OTHER OFFICE ELECTRIC

WJknson. who holds the same ,

I 1 1/ r/ 1 / I position Sioup. with the Clay County .' I DDING MACHINE. 'j YOU CAN* ENJOY THE

Weeks. Wilkinson and local ;, --

chairman Sam McGarvey met'I '\ t:J BENEFITS OF POWER

previous to the regular meeting )
and nominated Zedra Hamiltonas '. C

! I Il i i y esident.their Candidate for Area Vice ,: t a TYPING... ON 1 THE NEW I Iit I
I -

l t National Guard i r EASy ->j l. : $r TDCO ONAElectra

I Gives Recruiting i TE 1\fS'
I I Talks At SchoolFour 12

officers --
local National Guard J .
i AT ;I presented a recruiting pro- ." .. .
I gram to the Junior and Senior'' S2'1 2 a

e H boys of Bradford High School on AffAl
art i
s t ,!a
Friday, Feb. 26. Cap Randal F. ; Q
Chitty and CWO A. L. Crosby Jr. :

icpreented Co. C, 748th Ordnance 'J
SPECIALS Battalion, and Capt. Jos. G. Wood I I

1 THIS WEEKS end 1st Lt. James H. Bloodworth I; WORLD'S FASTEST WOAXD-

I represented, Co. B, 748th of the I. mEn BECAUSE IT'S s/wmsn/ R S r

I same Battalion. I -- Come In or call for a free demonstration
Capt. Chitty and Capt. Wood .
gave a rundown on the organization ,f .
__- of their respective companies. i I ...
r =. AND I Actual functions and the duties of .. I
; II the Guard were explained. I :
I y I In describing"training opportunities I lol! W.'DESK'flL'i

STEP END I offfered by the Guard Lt. : tq
1 4 s w T V t a
O Bloodworth told the assemblyhow ,
I Guardsmen may attend radio, A O e .. J I.
TABLESPriced I radar, automotive repair, supply,! I t 1
clerks, leadership, and other;, 'X :
s I schools. :Many skills are learned :' cabinet' I I t tI
.mass right at the local unit and correspondence -; i s

! courses in various ,
i 'J .I

From $495 to $19.95 i i fields CWO are A.also L. Crosby available.Jr. explainedhow A" rerroctabte r a a I!

> safe for valuables' gbawer
i young men who are approaching -j pits o
draft ag'e may fulfil their, d $ for check;, I
: .
military obligation through the ,
I t t; e L
Guard. With attendance of six I !
REG. $19.95 i i I jnonths active duty, a Guardsman 'E for fcocH -*

may complete his obligation with
i ie B total of five and a half years '! ,
4 COLORS TO 1595
cf National Guard duty. Also i "

CIIOOSE FROM_ ( covered was the pay program of, '; i ii

I the'The Guard.presentation, attended by; w $. ton 1SC Bradford '
around 175 boys, stressed the t
Win odd dignity to any room.A complete "
slogans: Tram with friends: :
your band-
I office combined into one
No Carrying Charge
learn valuable skills; and extra : saw unit protected by two strong : ,
pay t'ach.month.. outer.doors under lock and key.

t We Give %?$l"( Green Stamps I : Heavy lugM gauge?"dwp.Heel Green 32%or"Cole wide gray 60" I

i CYPRESS I i Cxofaed Wale; Mohogony .. Knotty T :
KiJi f.rstt $15.00 additioeoLI ; 'County elegrapb

I HART FURNITURE CO i I.[GARDENSj'; ;' I I 4Atl.,.yourimportant,..io: : paper at your !

..rid ales isiY3fulp finger tips. The retractable desk

I Starke, Florida. I hap.us p I glide& smoothly'in ond out* '
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suade Duval officials to' Bradford High School. ,!: ._" ; .... FOR SHERIFF
] R. Gatlin
Road Finance a six-mile link between I i --" George I Attend Meeting: I POLITICAL 1111."u l'UC\TY
pave .
Solution TJacclenny and Maxville. A portion : : Des: On Visit Here OfLibraryBoardMrs. I ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announce
my < Sought of the road was completed i j of i d for Sheriff
ic P.ichard Gatlin 53 of Junius Smith Mrs. Ed- Geoge ,
.ever1 years ago, but it stops? |I! : of Bradford County
I Continued from Page One] ward Burns and Dr. Florence te the
at the Duval County line. He was |and Winter Park died Monday at the I I --
I will of thrf voh'uIn
Jennings attended a dinner meet von "''T.1'I'I'ru!!
County. advised to take the matter up 1 home of Mrs Harvey Fowler in I I wi.h to anncuiii-e to the people May Democra-
The Clay County delegationwas with Duval Commissioners. I ing of the Sanjta Fe Regional I i> of L'nion and Bradford, Counties -, 's1- tlc primaries.
Starke, where he ,had. been visiting -; S'
Library Board in 'Gainesville on liidt I \\ ill lx a candidate for re- I earnestly miIWit -
advised by Powers that four- rUction to the Florida State Senate vote and
for the past ,month. Mr..Cat- Mar. :3. | 'I- your
laning 301 in Clay from High- yar ] troui the lath Senatorial'Distrkt.: -- promise to pei -
Standards Set I of $Jin!! was born Sept. 23, 1906 'in I Mrs. Ida Jeeling Cresap of Gainwille -I I feel that the tWt'nty.ars seniority -I iiirm. the duties of
land to Maxville would depend
and preMigt that I ban in the Sheriffs i'ffi.e -
I 7
on when the National 'Lead Company I For School :. Bradfoid County and was the son I was named chairman of a I II the senate is of untold value to my 0 -, In an effh-i.\
study committee to review the objectives -11 people and I am sukinjryou; for jour < nt Ixisines-sJiUe
decides to build a proposed I of the'late James Hardy and Lou I '
Superintendents of the Alachua-Bradford I Ij vote and support.on May 3rd. manner. I hope'iIL
ilaienite] mine in the He E. Johns
area. f Dyal Gatlin. He was a member of I Charley I 'an lilt"t each and *-\t>rvone
j Also to study
laid that when the company I Regional Library. "f you in person before May J.Jennings .
County superintendents of public the Baptist Chut cli. I the expansion of this joint pro-i -- ftar1ingFoil
starts on the plant, the SRD
c: ;
instruction must now possess Funeral services will be held at FOR STITK H iP1tISINT.T1'EI

will shift the road. to run near I specific educational training in I 3 p.m. Friday at the graveside in ject.The next meeting will be held- : 'am a candidate for election to 'onIT\ COMMISSIONERDISTRICT '\
and parrallel the SAL railroad ; the! Florida House of Representative FIlE
tracks the will not order to meet accreditation standards Orlando with DeWitt C. Jones Apiil 21 at the Starke Community from Bradford County.This .
so :
[ ; Funeral Home in charge of arrange is my first bid for elective I hereby announce my candidacy
split the mining area. for school approval Library. i iI public office If elected. I will f< r County Commissioner. Bradford
State ing to information accord-I'i ents. I 'I fieiulv and impartially dili'l' County Di!;(. S (county at large) in
Rep. Crews of Ba- '
I I STREET BAPTIST Bradford County and it's 1110 II lay primaries. I have been a
ktr County asked Powers to per- Hugh B. Infram, principal of ing MADISON ask. your support and vote on May i resident of Erooker for 16 years.
j Bring StrawberriesTo CHURCH ;ro. .liti.riK' which time I have been a
I I 900 Block W. Madison St. A. J. Thomas Jr. fanner cattleman and seed pro-
I I Starke Market FOIl STATE IUPU"'oIT.TI' = : \ I: duei. If elected your County Commissioner
Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood, r pledge my best efforts

Twice A Week Superintendent. for the fair affairs and of impartial the entire conduct county of*.

No MONEY DOWN Morning Worship 11:00.: I am announc- Y'>ir:' vote and support will be

Starke Market manager J. R.' Training Union 6:15: Jim Har- ing my candidacy deeply appreciated.

Wainwright says that Bradford' Quip Director. I for officeof feedra Hamilton
; I State Representatie -
has growers 'will probably begin Evening Worship 7:30. from Brad :OTH'K:
: :
12 MONTHS TO PAY 'the i[ for scrapping a few berries next week Wednesday Prayer l Meeting ford County. This TO IU -: OFFICTITIOl'S NAME
: is my first bid [ ,
i in spite of the recent freezes. He 7:30.: for public office XotUe Is hereby given that theillc'endgn..d.
I i[ I I Ii asks:: that growers bring berriesto J. H. Mabry. Jr.. Pastor. 1 1Vf. Being a life long under the provisions
ing resident of Bradford (.t Chapter :20! .95J, Laws of Florida
New FIRESTONE SAFETY CHAMPION of the market two days a weekon '1 County and Acts!. of 1941, will register with the
I .t, k i"f th. Circuit Court. in 'and
I Mondays and Thursdaysuntil a working man.
TIRES rOle 'I |I C. T. <). i'feel I Know the for Bradford County Florida, upon
volume is sufficient to I needs of the people n -eipt of proof of publication of
arrant, sales every day. 1 and if elected. .this notice the Fictitious name of
Black White for- "A revenue stamp around the, I will devote the______ s.tu'lWMvrn TanK Service 126 N.
enumerators."h the not time to do the job fair Walnut St. Starke, Florida underwhich
7.50 14 19.95 neck of the bottle necessary 1
x : 24.95 : impartially. Your vote and am engaged in business.
one : and
: bottle. H G.
liquor inside the humbly solicited.0. Bellinger. 426 N. Walnut
8.00 14 .. uppc'rt is M. fctarke. Florida, sole
x 22.95 27.95 : (National Voice.) F. prevatt1.tSPII.tf.T owner
I 3/10 4t 33lKOI |

8.50. x 14 24.95 29.95 i .

; SALE-12 acres good wooded

LIFE TIME MUFFLERS I i i past I c Sell It Rent It Trade ft land jj 14."'t .outside west llariey of City Heihel Ut 1 limits.Baptist box 28.Pargam.church Starke:

I I ; ate-hit' 3.10

DELCO BATTERIES to I I Clay -1 WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ,i FOR KENT apartment.-3 loom Private upstairs bath furnifrhed and-

I entrante. Adults only. 401 S. Wat-
for i r. $t. I'hune0 4-3782. tfchg
-- L. ...,
I 1EOflItLS AND --------
I'f.ct FOK TIEXT-1 furnished and 1 unfurnished -
All Of 20 WORDS OR LESS One Insertion (MiniMum Chsrgn .Tl apartment. Rear of 321
Types N Temple. Contact Mrs. Maude
:\fuli at McCarthys Garage, Hellroi.n
ADDITIONAL WORD O\KR :0 _____ --- ** Per WonEACH '' Springs. tfchg

ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID 151 ADVAfcCt lite O%.Her Of This Attractive Ma-
I II I ...,ollrr Home In "$' .,ato/II Helftht
'f h Belnc Trankfrrred. \n1l" Of-
) TUNE-UPS the
flhtIVEWASS'ItiiltI i
loan program for frrins hwuroae i Goad Hay At
WE HAVE a new
I Loans 0.. 1 to 6 year : ASPHALT Pl\I\G CO. SltMUMI. Containing her 11(Ml Square
e BRAKE WORK *! : farmers.the entire credit requirements 213 S. CHKHItl STIIKHT Feet. Outstanding Feature Are
for 1)\\' 1'1I0i1OUOI1'\ : The 3 '.
of the farmer and his raiuily. lirilruum { .rp..rtDd Large
I MOTOR. OVERHAULING Gainesville troduction Cred'IAssociation K\K. 1MIONH A\O4-15: ojl..raJcorl'u.. The Lot It Fenced
620 Sorth Main \udVrll l.andwaped. And LocatedIn
---- uamesvlile, Fla. tfch"RADIOS IICIN RHODES' VnSERV: HOME:: A Quiet HekideBtlal .Nelgabor.
Hood Care for you child. Fair homl. Monthly Pariuentii Are only
Rates. Licensed. Phone }VO 4-SOJ1. fc.iG..1: l. And Ilnyer May Acname The

TRY OUR FINANCE PLANDODD'S All Makes -REPAIRED All Models 1126 N. Thompson St. tfchg Low See.Intere A-A Mortgage Call InTu

the teuomable Charge guarantees .
Green, OWLS Ready mix concrete concrete block. 1I.nltR.UII, BHOKF.K
l thf i 41: E. Call St. Phene WO 4- 001 cons: fence posts san-1 cement \\O4-IMI"" !!tarke. Fla.Itchg.
K Starke Fla. our mix. rock steel, oyster shell,

SERVICE ANDAUTO .the .the- ,' COLONIAL FLORIST Liiierock\VO4-2S21. and Bradford Roof Gravel.' Engineering Phone tfchg AT STUD

in Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. fi. Reg. I'alomino, Qtr. Horse Stallion
SALES FLYING HIGH Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor $25; : at time of service, Return in
all occasions locally. Phone season. 4'i miles on State Rd. 16
WO 46291. 506 East Nona St. tfchg '\'t'st. V. R. Smith, Rt. 2 Dot 71-A
rot j Stanley Clark of Madison Call Us For "':1 rkp 5tp 31:11:
528 Walnut !
S. St. Phone WO 4.3861 \ day Street Baptist goes high in the FOR RENT-Furnished apart-

STARKE, FLORIDA I 120 I I air for a rebound in last week's ments. Reasonable rates. Near "* FIRE
WO 9-2011
shopping center. Phone
Church League basketball game.
... cr WO 4-077X evening or call at 213S. AUTO
Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.)


P. Burgess,. Pastor HASTINGS AIA1TRES3
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even-
J10 Lemon St. PaUtka HARDWOODS
gt' 1St1C. Service 7:30: p. m. Wed-
uesday weekly prayer service, 7:45 Furniture Repaired, Upholstered Ale Being Purchased Delivered To \

FAITH BAPTIST CIIUKCD & Refinished H.; C. \WALL Our Baldwin Treating Plant.

Lawtey filATTRESSES REBUILT For Full Details Call Our "
A. E. Massey. Pastor New Innerspringsand '. Office at

Bible school, 10 a. In. LAKE CITY, FLORIDA

Preaching, 11 a. m. Box SpringsDrop "Insurance Specialists" Telephone No. 207

Evening Service, 7,:30 p m. Us a Card or Call ;SOUTHERN WOOD

BUY YOUR CAR WHERE SERVICE IS I ASSURE ing.Bible. 7:30 Study pm.,and Wednesday.Radio Prayer.Meet PALATKA EA 5-9166 PHONE WO 4-4801 4tchg 3-24

STARKE WO 4-5934
program 8 to 8:30: a. Complete T--ee Service 'IK.trilF.H OK PRINCIPAL

:no each Sunday over statIoiWRGTt !Slits. PEGGY SIIALLER, Starke, VCITIOOPPOHTIMTV \
P ltiL\L
206 W. MADISON ST. -- STARKE, FLA. Starke. Agent Pruning: Bracing De-Moss
Work Tree Removal : in area
ling Cavity High paring position your
Transplanting vith earnings up to $1,750 and $2-
i -
\ ii0; fur the summer, plus free vaca-
In County Judgr Court luud Mil Kit TOO LATE TO JOIN Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE ion trip afterward to such inter-
Fur Bradford County, Florida. EVENING CLASSES: for adults. All uting plates as Mexico Xassau,
In re: Estate of Fred Hess, de- subjects. Credit if wanted. Write SAPP, Owner Bermuda. A different kind of vaca-

CHECK 'WITH CLYDE TERWILLEGAR cen gfa.NOTICE TO Director Box 1190, Starke, or call STARKE PHONE WO 4-S96.8 lon position\ where you render ant
CREDITORS WO 4-3071, or visit Adult Education uati<'nal service of great valuedd
AH creditors of the estate of Office, USO Bldg. for additional to your professional growth
Fred Hess. dweaspd are hereby ) information tfchg nrt standing as well as to your
: :tifed and requited to file any I ;, 'mtdlate<< and retirement income
claims or demands which they may TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES .Vrite) In confidence giving age ad-
; : have. against said estate in the of- free labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller, 209 lrfollll, tel. no. teaching expo and ex-
: .; fl.l e of the county Judge of Brad- 1''=. Adkins St. phone WO 4-5934 tfchg "a curricular activities to Distri-t
*..rd County, Florida, in the courthouse Ir.; 1143 Mary Street, Room 2'%.
VSO HEW AND USED CARS of Starke, Florida. within ''i..kslInvllle 7, Fla. 2tchg :SI17
i-.gH; calendar months from the Income Tax Service .
rtale ot the! first publication of this 'r.on.. 'OIAN'-to take over
notice. Each claim or demand must ')< alcrehip In Starke. Products asWished. -
L-e in writing and must state the 3ION. THRU FBI 7 P. I. .'. Weekly profit. of J50.00
BANK FINANCING OF YOUR CHOICE plice: or residence snd post-office Saturday After 1 P.M. >r more at start possible. No car
address of the claimant and must ."> other Investment necessary. Will
,', he sworn t<> by the claimant, his C. E. HLTCHESON :i.-lr: you get started Write C U
asent, or his attorney or it will 521 Pratt Street (VjfuDept.. M-2, Watkins Products
tit>.-<,nie void according to law.Ff'bruaty oroorated.. Memphis 2, Tenn. ItpPKYTO

4j FORD AND G. M. MECHANICSVOUTSTANDING : .; .. Charles 18th M.1960.Schmitt IStehg 4,14;, : \ FLORIST

Charles M. Schmltt, Administratorof
the Estate of Fred Hess. I fi"- ARE YOU GOING TO For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our 11. *PhONE K. ThOMPSON WO .-...5S tiT.


224 N. Temple PhoneS\\0 4-3963 tfcbg

assistance in the preparation I

In The Circuit Court Of Florida WANTED 2 MEN OK WOMEN. 'TO
V'CALL 4-3381 STARKE TODAY! Eighth Judicial Circuit Ia And of your' 1959 Income OFERATE FeLL OR PART-TIME JUST WHAT LOOKING 10121EBEEN FOR

Icr Bradford County. Tax Return? VATKINS ROUTE 1N-JHIS AREA.
I. Chancery.Cane. EAUV $ OOO TO $100.00 WEEKLY, This attractive 3 bed room home
No. 12-845 SEE UEf'JVDINfJ ON TIME DEVOTEDTO I I uita sparkling hardwood floor, 2
dialog and kitchen
Frank Damato. Plaintiff.. vs '59 WEST I'EACHTREE ST., tile baths. Living
Hilda Damato, Defendant. NEIL! TUCKER area well planned. An Insplr-
with Its 2 com-
a'i I"n to any cook
( NOTICE OF SUIT Public Bookkeeper 4tchg 2-13 p rllnt"ne."n -nd window with
I To: Frank Pamato c/o Mrs. Mary biadtiful"outside view Carport.

WITH% CLYDE T E R WILL E GARAuthorize'd i Koike. %44% Woodland Avenue. 120 S. Court, Starke Ullh Summer Coialmx OB. Moat utility room. wall furnace and at-
Wantagh, New York. People BeKln' To Think About LakeFront ti- fan. This practically new home
JCIIECK Y'IU hereby notified that a 4-9854 and lot
are Ph. WO WO 4-2545 Property, We are'' F rt>natelo with paved streets corner
petition 'for. modification of final I! Be Able To Offer A Beautiful U yours for Just $2.500.00 down
tie.'ree has been filed in the above lleavilr Wooded Lot OB Bedford payment and the balance like rent.
styled court in which your former Lake. Which I. Located BMneemVlarke Call today for more details..
i wife Hilda Damato, seeks to amend I Full RENT: 4-room furnished cot "" And Keystone Height .....1.
ire child custody provision of the tage. Electric kitchen. Good heat- Lot Is O,.r 300 Feet Deep And Has .\. J. T....., Realtor
final decree of divorce entered by I er. Adults. -Bessent Road. Box A. beatle Slope TV The White Sand :0: \. Tempi. A>e. Tel WO4-5701
FORD DealerBUY the above court on Auguest 18.i -HI!. Ph. WO9-1545. tfchg llraeh. The take Itself U CrystalClear.
I.-;;;:?. In said petition the said'.Hllda'I Total price Only $2.:OO, And MICH AND ORV Law .....1'.
l>:imato prays that said final decree -I I FOR REST -beautifully decorated \\Mlr Owner Hill Carry Mortgage,it*. Aeee t. lake '1 S per ....
of divorce be modified and 2 bedroom furnished apartment. All lie Offers A S2UO DUeonat Far LaL. Geneva Trailer Park 1 aile
Uat she be awarded the care custody tile bath and kitchen. modern In Ca;". ThU Property D... n.. Your S. W. Ker toa. Helgtta oa Hd. 108.POR .
and control of Barbara. Ann etery respect See Mrs. Renner, (33 C....lderatloa. lIp
Damato. You are required to serve McMahon St. or call WO II. C. WALL AGENCY
YOUR CAR WHERE SERVICE IS ASSURE opy of your answer or pleading 45744.Itch* IIAnltV HABB. BIIOKER SALE 4 room block bOD I4'\'.
to said petition .or. petitioner's. at- WO4-4SOI Starke, Florida Will sell reasonable. 499 Center St.
;o-neys. Adkins And Jenkins. 224 Itehg 4tp 3/S1:
FOU RENT- 2 room furnished apartmint. -
Southwest Second Avenue, Gainesville -
Large bedroom, private
Florida and file the original bath and entrance, carport. Across PURE E71ED Siamese kitten *t 411 Alien Road (Car. Butler Rd.)
answer or pleading: In the office ofI for rate. Available J18,(0. Call Mrs., ,
206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE FLA. from School Cafeteria. 407V.. | we are offering a spacious frame
I I (he derk of the Circuit Court onor Washington. Itchg Moor at LE 3-2181 or WO 44791.2tchf Bungalow runtsUing. 1200 .... ft. of
before the 14th day of March. S'I7 flutr space large earner lot la ...-
:960. If you fail to do so, judgmentb c, ireodrd nftb oakn and pecan.The .
oefault will be taken againstyc.u FOR RENT OR SALE J bedroom \VAirRES3 WANTED over 21. borne aeeds game niiaor r*.
I lunfurniahed
for the relief demanded in said house at ISO N. Cherry neaBlue and White Tavern, )Ir.. But Beat of All Total price
petition.: St Rent reasonable. Floyd Green. 1ine-lole Lake lU-bg, I. only $4)W>. .
Done And Ordered at Starke. Phone WO 1-2942. tfchg H. c. WALL AGENCY
Hradford County Florida. this Jdav STENOGRAPHER Hurry Rabn Broker
of February, 11'0. HOUSEWIVESIf CASHIER Phone WO 4-4MI

U EAL CHARLES) A. DARBY you have used AVON COSMETICS Shorthand essentiaL Must be neat keepingapartments. for rent.

!0 ors Clerk Circuit Court yon know you an sell accurate able to meet public. S3 Very reasonable. Lights and water
Bradford County furnished. 321 W. Madieon St. or
: Marian Clerk I* Crosby> them. Many dollars can be earned hour week, pleaaant working condition Piiliiigtftn'.: !! ._Stadlo. tfchgFOR
Deputy *. Write P. O. Box 1088,
AdKras .and Jenkins servicing: a territory near you. Starke. tfchg DALE
Attorneys or. Petitioner \V and
Y qeed Building
JJJV Second Avenue ..' Write: Ooida C. Swrat. P. O. Box I SupplierDm
way tfpt.y lengths $I.!;)
Gainesville Florida 540, Live Oak }b. I FOR SALE Frame house at lilt per f<.ot See BII17 Jackson Jackson
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS t Married n.inn.n.iann..rn MELROSE I Y

By Mary K. Scluwffer \ 1; _

62Years'r By joyce Rothhammeriu ; $
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brownie Troop 229 fir ; .
Woman's Club Fashion Show .ALU.a4&... .
j Monday afternoon, the girls of tl
It has been decided that the
(E Browne Troop No. 229 elected new I A Mr..an 'Mrs. Michael Dechmah I
ping Fashion Show to be givenb ,rt
officers. Ann Triest will be the "t have moved to Lake Rosa. Mr.
the Keystone Heights Woman'sClub
.new chairman; Dianne Davis will Dechman is the son of Mrs. Fred
on March 29, will be opento
: be Treasurer; Secretary will be '. Tate Mason.
any lady, in the Keystone area
Marcia Haberstroh. The 4th grade Mr. and Mrs., Joseph Williams
whether or not she is a member
"girfc are starting to work on their and guests, Mr._ and Mrs. Win-
cf the Woman's Club, and that
Tenderfoot Requirements, for ? thiop Nelson of West Hartford,
any kind of pattern may be used,
"Hying up" to the Intermediate Cotes have returned after spend-
as a costume will be judged
Srout; Troop. in.a; few days in Ft. Myers.
strictly on its own merits
On Monday afternoon, two Mr.: nd Mrs. Earl Hartsfield 0

"Spring Fashions in Keystoneheights" Brownies. Leslie Beam and Marcia I IIIabeflStroh. a.ld'chi, dren of Mandarin spent
will include playclothesas
helped their sponsor, the weekend with Mrs. Harts-
well as street and afternoon
the St. William's Catholic Club tteld's' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John ,
dresses, and the ladles will ,havethe
ty setting up the tables for their j Ilarpe.

children's privilege costumes of entering as well, their with Covered: Dish supper Monday j I ,Mr ,and Mrs. Jack Janes of I Candidate Burns Ad dresses Committeemen |

evening. The girls put on table | Gainesville spent the weekend
the children modeling their own
outfits. cloths napkins, and silver and! rn' with Mr. Janes' mother, Mrs. Committeemen for Clay, Put- in Melrose on Thursday afternoon -,group I from Keystone included

arranged the chairs around the I Florence Janes. nam, and Alachua counties fur- Mar. 3. There were delega-j Bert Christoffers, Jr., Dr. Donald

Prizes will be awarded for the tables. |I .1 s Mr. and Mrs' Fred Tate Mason. thering the cause of Mayor Hay- tnns: from Palatka, Starke Christoffers, Bill Lee, and Frank

prettiest: costume in each cate- The girls also served coffee, and | and daughter Marcia of Jacksonville don Burns for Governor, met at i: Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Keystone Walrath. Jr.

gory.Mrs. !helped clear the tables. : spent the weekend at their I the home of Col. Harold Ashley 'I Heights. Members of the ,

W. B. Dawson is general Girl Scout cookies.have arrived,I home on Lake Rosa. I ? .
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chairman for the event. For fur- and delivery should be all made Mrs.Harry Jackson is in Orlando lan was ahead 24-19 at halftime. h: ftiIne. In the third quarter, closed the basketball season with

ther information you may call this week. Mrs. Jack Haberstrohis i" visiting her daughter. I I However, in the third quarter the however, Melrose began to pull a 188'seasonal record, to give

4181 or 4209. cookie chairman. i Chest X-Rays will be given in I Cniefland Indians broke loose with away and led 37-26 at close of the Bulldogs one of the finest records -

Local Boy Receives Honors Mrs. Cook Pleasantly Surprised j Melrose Mar. 16 from 12:00 a. 20 pointsvhile recent '
ra. holding the Bulldogs i il.at quarter and went on to a in years.HAMPTON
Eulie A. Rushton, Jrson of Monday afternoon March 7,1" :until. 3:00: p. m. near the Post Office I to 7. The Indians then :55-31 victory. J

Mr. and Mrs. E. A- Rushton of I Mrs. C. V, Brust entertained atrher I!stretched their lead to 55-42 by Mark Gaboardi and Ray Ren- II I CIIRISTIAN

Keystone Heights was recently I home with a surprise party As the second semester starts.St. ,I the end of the game. fro were top scorers with 12 ,! CHURCH

designated as a Distinguished far Mrs. James Cook, who was I Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Johns River Junior College in I I Mack Johnson led the Indians pints each while teammate Cal- Sunday Bible School, 10 a. !

Military Student at Georgia Teen. having a birthday.Guests Palatka finds' manv Melrose" students i ftb/14! points while Larry Cooper tin O'Steen had 11 points for the I m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.i .

This award makes, him eligible to I included Mrs. Ruth Ohl-! attending. Those attending and Calvin O'Steen had. 14 'Bulldogs.$. Charles Parker had nine i Evening service p. m., and Prayer -

make application for a commission on.: Mrs. Edith Thornquist, Mrs.- and varied career. Before leaving I full time carrying twelve semester markers for the Bulldogs. for the Spudsters: I meetng every Tuesday at 7:30:

in the Regular Army upon H. S. Holloway. Mrs. Arthur Ryan -i ns-un'.I Pennsylvania he was a. jeweler, Fours or, morel J include: Tommy Bonnie Campbell scored 21 Thus the Melrose Bulldogs ,p. m. John W ite. pastor.
Wagner he wasn't for
his graduation from Tech, earlyin Mrs. Herbert Nelson, Mrs. '' long and during his more than half Bas, Marvin' Boos, 'John Butler, iximts to lead the Chiefland girlsto .-
H. I, Stevens this world unless he moved to a. century at Lake Geneva he has
Eulie' Charles
1961. is majoring in Wailemus. 0 Charles ,Gaboardi and Jackie a E3-30 victory in the girls
Mrs. Mabel I I warmer climate. He listened to engaged in several activities including .
Mechanical Engineering and is a Husbands. Btinson.
game. Laurell Jones had 19 points
Mrs. Henry Mickle Mrs. A. P. their: advice, bundled up his be- real estate; the,moss busi- Bass LENTEN SERVICESST.
C. in Gaboardi
cadet in Advanced R. O. T. and Miss sunr loi the losing Melrose team.

the Army Engineer Corps. In Jan- Crosby, and an out-of-town guest, I 'ohgings and with his wife, Lula ness, and cement block, opera- n plan complete the two years Melrose lost out in the semifinals -

uaty, he was initiated into the Mis. Hanson, from' Miami. Yeager Wagner, came to Lake ,tiOns. He is also remembered by required, there and further education of the Class C, Group 4 ANNE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Geneva in 1908. "
On February 28 "Doctor
as Wagner, who
National Society of Scabbard and I Mr. Anthony Restivo Passes at the University of Flor-I tournament played at Hastingslast
the Wagners:observed their: 62nd operated the "National Research
Blade Anthony Restivo of Ke3'stoneClub i ida.:
week when Bunnell beat
i Estates died on Wednesday' uedding anniversary he at the School" at Lake Geneva for many i Those from Melrose attending I them 56-46., Wednesday Evenings 7:30 P.M.

age of,89, and she an active 82. years, attracting health-seekers
jJght March 2, in the University II night: classes'are aschal_ Carr and Melrose led the Bunnell team
Unwanted ,Halt,. Hospital at Gainesville. He was I When Mr. and'Mrs.' : Wagner arrived from all parts of Florida, as wellas Carl Hagglund. I with 19 tallies, while Mark Gab GUEST PREACHER

79 years old. He is survived by at Geneva_where he had other .states. He and, Mrs: Others
attending St. Johns River ?ardi had 17 for Melrose.
Removec previously purchased l property Wagner also the Lake The ,' Fred G. Yerkes
his wife, Sandra, a daughter, Mrs., j' Junior College who do not live In a consolation game Satur- en.
'from an early-day development Geneva Hotel, a one-time tourist
Francis Murelli. also of Keystone in
MEDICALLY Melrose but are Melrose High day, the Bulldogs beat the Hast-
Arch Deacon
Club Estates and two daughters rcmpany. there were just two resort/:: originally built, by EdwardA.
Graduates include
Joyce Kline .
APPROVED i; gs Spudsters for the third time
houses and a general store 'to Kennedy, the who also
two in Mich. pioneer
and sons Detroit
Gary Gornto
| Maxine Jones, Jerome this season. The Hastings
METHODS walk the little settlement. Keystone built the first houses at Geneva. scrappy
Funeral Services were held on Ridaught.. and Becky'Scott. team gave the Bulldog a rough : The Public Is Cordially Invited

Edmund Monday, March 7, in Detroit. Mr.;I IRe&tivo Heights wasn't even dream- Lake Geneva had a railway sta- These"students ta'ke'an active I time in the first half and trailedby .> ..
native of movedto f.d: of yet: although there was a tion in those pre-hard days, and
a Italy, part in the social activities _
as onlythree points, 20-17, at r I
small settlement called .
DWYER Keystone Heights recently from Brooklyn was a popular stopping-off place well as the Scholastic, at the col

Detroit, mar Brooklyn Lake. for tourists and traveling sales : }
I t I lege. :'T ". i
ELECTROLOGISTTel Daughter Born To Bachmann's Mr. Wagner! has had a colorful men. Rev Kenneth, Joseph ,

,FR. 2.8039, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bachmann of) I I 'At ... .
I . peaks. _: Melrose. ,.
For an Appointment ,. .,.* ? ; J
St. Albans, Ver., are. the proud. i I : I, The Rev. Kenneth Joseph, missionary -
107 W. University Ave. Suit 204 bans. Mr. Bachmann is the son High School in Starke. Four I 1
parents of a daughter Laurie to Japan, was the featured
pf- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bachmannof members of the cast will be stuff
GAINESVILLE FLA. k n. born on March 2. in St. AIMartaJean's speaker,,at ,the Lake Swan Bible
St. Albans and Keystone dents from Keystone Heights.
Conference Saturday night, Mar.
Heights All of Ted's friends in They are Suzanne LeMee. Frances
5 at 7:30. Due to the cold weather 1
Keystone will be happy' to hear Reaves, Charles Ellis, and'JQ1
Conditorei Bake Shop the meeting was held in the
I of his good fortune., I Dodd. John will play the title role:
home of Rev. John'Mlnder, con-
Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday Thru Saturday I:Major Baldwin To Speak At. The curtain will rise at 8:00: p. m fet&ee director.
Civil Air Patrol Meeting [ -
PIES AND CAKES OUR SPECIALTY I CHURCH NEWS: Rev.: Joseph spoke at Lake Swanin i
The'Keystone: Heights Civil Air -
ALSO CATERING FOR PARTIES Patrol: Squadron'Will: .have as a !First Baptist Church: 1931 before going to Japan to I IL1j' 01 _
Matrons' Circle of btgin his missionary work. His
I The Young ,
Phone 4395 Keystone Heights guest speaker 'on Friday evening,
Church met on address Saturday was illustrated
First Baptist
larch 11, Major U 0., Baldwin,,I '
Tuesday morning Mar, i, at?the'home *1tii' many beautiful pictures in I 1 (
from Melrose, who is a memberof
Air', of Mrs. Floyd Gilrie on natural' colors showing views of t -
the Gainesville Force Re-
McKAY AT KEYSTONEi fit'l Squadron.. Major Baldwin Swan Lake, The opening prayer Japan: and different aspects of

was given by Mrs. Gene Williams. his missionary work. ,
n:li show and demonstrate his
LAKE JOHNSON Biff Sandy point, lots of waterfront. airs Fred Mulling, program chair The series of Studies in the
collection. Some /of
antique gun / '
Bargain at $6450 thrown In free- furnished camp,. sleeps .12, his guns date, back asfar as the n1 presented a program entitled Creation was interrupted last
"Good Government and Our week in order to accomodate the J jtrayel
deepuell, bath, boathouse. 20 closing schedule of
Part in It. After the ReyJoseph:
held at the Keystone Airport in
LAKE GENEVA, Restricted lots sandy beaches In town. the Headquarters Building, formerly payerwas given by Mrs. $111Magnus and will be resumed this week it
the hostess served Tier was''announced by the Rev. Minder. -
$3975. Other good building lots with tekevtew $600-$1973. called the "Skytel". The
guests refreshments. .. The public Is invited to attend
invited to
public is most cordially
Need a nice home See us, we can arrange financing with low Community Church: these conferences each Saturday
hear this interesting talk.

down payment. Drake Girls Entertain The Pioneer Girl of the Com- right in. March-
March 5, munity Church Sunday School Melrose :

S. E. MCKAY REALTORKeystone Barbara Saturday and June evening Drake, daughters wishing to earn money Page for the .The defeat Melrose 55-42 Bulldogs last Tuesday went night downto ___ ___

of Mr. and Mrs. Robert [Continued On Next
i for their seventh loss of the season -
Drake entertained some of their Chiefland. r
3071-2391-4151 when they played
Heights, friends at their homein Silver lead and _
Melrose took an early
Melrose GRanite 5-2968 Lake. The party was held in the ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL ;

Drake's'large basement playrooman I CHURCH, KEYSTONE TRINITY EPISCOPAL .

ideal spot. There were games, CHURCH, MELROSKt
'dancing: and refreshments. Sundays 9:30: a. .m., Church .

Guests included Nancy Sutton SchooL 9:30 ajn., Morning Prayer Sundays --- 10 a. in.. Church :. -

I' and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy School. 11:15 a.m. Morning Prayer --
Dianne Brokas, Mary Ann Schaeffer. ;' _k.
.. Voncille Williamson, CherylCherry. Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal and Sermon (First Sunday,
IT MAY BE I Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Episco-
j Churchmen. .
Romesa Young
Margaret Muir, Mode I RB15-A
Dodd. Reba Hall;.'Roberta Sibley j Holy Days 7:30: a.m., Holy pal Young Churchmen. .
Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy
,rc\ hi SIMPLERTHAN Wayne and Lansin Hersey, David Communion. .
Parish Communion. .
and Jimmy Rye, Danny Dodd Third Wednesday :
6:30 I The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle:
Dish 6 or
Tcmmy Thompson Jimmy Mc- Covered Supper. .Vicar., New 39" electric range lets you cook a comploto

YOU Murtry, David Schaeffer, Jerry pm,
1 Exell Mike Lovern and'three boys The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, ,
feast for a holiday houseful, recipe perfecto
from Jacksonville: Robert and I Vicar. i .

+ THINK! Bill l Simmons,:and Richard Butler. 1 o
CHIROPRACTIC Touch a button and end cooking. Super Oven cooks banquet-size meals

4i Peter Conneen Has FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH o *
Birthday Party KEYSTONE,HEIGHTS SCORES ANOTHER TORY guesswork forever with Calrod RecNoDrip cook top stops spills. from. ru*..

I Peter Conneen, young son of J. R. SmIth, pastor, Ralph A recent survey of Workmens 'ipe'Heat f units. Each has 5 measured! n"ing down range sides "

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneen, was Minister of Music' and Compensation files reveals that heats to choose from right for -
Copeland, ,one just
The solution to yourtcurrent) financial problems maybe two years old on Wednesday, Feb. #
Cleani9stouP" surtacfwhatever
church organist. in back e Easy '
.- witha the cost of care injury
: 24. and celebrated the event t you recooking.
t as simple as this:, ::' birthday party. The party was I Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : cases treated by Chiropractors units, bake and broil) units remove
m. Morning Worship, 11 IQ.;
for little boys, exe1 SivelY. The was $20.82 while the oases treated i,1, I .

Arrange a loan at. this bank to meet your needs. Payit guests amused themselves playing Training services 8 Union,p. m., 7 p. m. Evening by other methods was $34.45 per Ha ,.pushbutton controls 9 Handy appliance outlet.! ,,' '

out of with Peter's toys while.MrsCon- "Make church worship family case. This not only, represented a J.,," "
off in monthly
easily budgeted payments ',1
large financial saving to the insurance :
neen took movies of the proceed- affair. .

income. I ings. Refreshments consisted of company,, but the employee 1. : ,'f O.95 .,.. ';"'. .P:

was returned to work with ,o,1!..
cookies, candy, i e-cream., and COMMUN1T1 CHURCH .,) H, "/

Every day, prudent men and women are taking ad- birthday cake. As ,a party favor, KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Vi the time loss which meant ""i! ., ', 0 ,-.;t-'

saving not only to the employee ,:. ',- ;

vantage of our low rates to borrow money for emergen each little boy was given; a toy Albert C. Holt, Minister but to the employer as welL .,. J'ai ft. With Trade ,

boat. Guests included Jeff ,HarI Sirs. J. L. Hetheringtan aN'Jdeu.ts..trike can ...,': .,,., .'d' I -- ,
When you t, .
cies. We invite your inquiries. I r Bihjf: Organist, and Choir Director t- "
ris., Scotty Akridgt.. Beam, ,, <
I School 9:45 aun. Morning save both time and money by contacting *

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK I Tommy Pawlikowski- 'j"gnd t 1 Billy Sunday Worship. 11:00 a.m.- your 1 Chiropractor at once.' tL "V/e Service Everything We Sell ',

o Hethenngton.. David.* Few, Jimmy Bring your health problems to

Mulling. and Rant> Morgan were. St WlOfem's catholic Chapel'J

unable to attenoC" )'Ston8 Height theBolls .

Member F.D.I.C. '.- ,.........* *; Chiropractic REDFEARN'9 $ ;
Father Knows Best, Sunday Mas at 8:30 aim.

A Friendly Bank In a Friendly! Community Tomorrow venInr,',,14arch 11,I Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. B. Clinics it

tie Senior.Play, :t'other: Knows Tuesday Mau at 8:00 a. m. -f-
Keystone Heights, Fla. Confessions before an Masses. en .X. Walnut St in Starke and PHONE 4252.or 9391 Keystone Heights it
I Best" will be presented. at ,the,pew I II IIF. I
:Baptisms, marrians and in-. ._University. Av& fa GamesvBle .
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__n_ THURSDAY MARCH 10 1960
ange Park and Mrs. Sharon Eiland c. : : 'flh .. -r-"
Vywyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ing will be held in Jacksonville and children of Hampton' 'were i I Mrs. Russell Tison in Jacksonville, *YYYYYYYYr/YYYY i.nvvvv. I Rev. Otis T. Jones offer his in- Mr. and Mrs. E. C. I Ernie] Johns, this week.

KEYSTONE on Wednesday March 16. Anyone visiting: Mrs- Bessie Sapp Sunday.t and Mi- and Mrs. L. E. Smith, of i suiring sermons and join in the Sunday. I Also Mrs, Harold Norman's

desiring to attend should mate Those attending the. funeral of Marietta.Mrs. HEILiRONDIBy !:: cc.ngregational singing with chorister Miss :Marilyn Cox and her father L. P. Rafuse Is feeling

HIGHLIGHTS reservations with Mrs. Harold Jeff Starling at the Church of Daisy Bock and son and !I Russell Redding.
t'rother'Ptarson. both students at j better and was able to home
II Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. come
Sutton by March 12. Mass and Clirist in Macclenny Sunday were Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson had as Mrs Harvey McCarthy I
I R. L. Morgan was their niece, the University in Gainesville were from Doctor's of
I Hospital
A AAA AA &&&&& &&&&&&&&& Morning meeting will be at St. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rosier, Mr. guests during the weekend :Mr. Friday
T..TTTT.;. TTT. .. .. Mss Faye Morgan of Jacksonville visiting during the weekend with last week.
Paul's, and luncheon and afternoon and Mrs.: Clyde Griffis Mr. and I and Mrs. Tom Whaley and daughters I ,
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.Mrs. Russell visited
meeting will be at the Gar Mrs. George Griftlsr Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Howdy Neighbors sure hope you I Redding their: mother Mrs. Lois Cox and We are happy to hear that Mrs.

purpose of purchasing Bibles to den Center. Adjournment at 3 p. Cecil Crawford and Mrs. Sonny i i Manus.Grit! is and sons, of Palat- were able to attend our annual !!i,I recently with their son and sister Linda. (Sue [Granny] Sapp, age 95, has

be .sent ,to Russia, are _offering m. Griffis and grandchildren.Mrs. I I ak, and Mr. and Mrs.'V: irgil Griffis Homecoming Sunday at Heilbronn I'Raymond I!daushter-in-law..Redding Mr.and and childrenof Mrs. Monday guests of the R. L- 1 come home from Alachua Hos-

hneir servces next week Monday Personals: Patsy Hamilton and mother 'and daughter of State 'Farm. Church]; A wonderful spiritual Wildwood. Morgans were Req. and Mrs. Otis i I ital in Gainesville.

through Friday after school and Mrs. Bessie Sapp visited Tues- ,i Mrs. Clifton Smith of State feast of singing eating and fellowship T. Jones and daughter, Patricia |I However, there are some of our
all day Saturday. Mar 1419.. Mrs. George B. Nelson of Milwaukee day with Mrs. 'James Sapp and Farm, and her m th r-inlaw Mrs. was enjoyed by all. We wish Glad Mrs.to report that our Pastor'swUe' .of, O'Brien. i ifo'ks! still in hospitals. They are
the'guest Rebecca Jones, was
anyone intedested in giving these was Mrs. Sapp's mother 'Mrs. Rebecca Lonnie Smith of' South Carolina, to thank each pf 'you for your at- j!I Mr. and Mrs., Ellery Sapp of |lire. Freda Crews daughter of
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson able to be church Sunday after ,
Rosier who Is 100 :
girls work:- Baby-sitting raking over a years called on Mrs. Mary Reddish last tendance your glorious singing Jacksonville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green who
window-washing or other work for one day and over night last cid and confined to bed. Saturday and>-all ,the many, services that : being ill.Harvey's their son and daughter-in-law underwent surgery Thursday .of
mother Mrs. Leona :
week. Is ,
Herbert Nelson'sauntFrom "
fuitable for Pioneer-age girls We are sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs.Raymond Williams, Home-min anei".his brother-in- Mi. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and accompanied last week in a hospital in"-'Kentucky
Keystone she went on Mrs. Neta Rosier confined to :McCarthy,
please contact Mrs. Herb Sarge- was of Jacksonville, were: visiting Mr. :: them to the Homecoming and George Shuford in the
to Daytona Beach law and sister Mr. and _Mrs. John
to visit her
ant, Phone 2242, this weekend, if Bradford County Hospital from and Mrs. Ed Durban and sons on morning hours Mrs. Lou Norman i I Services. bt. Vincent's .Hospital.in Jackson-!
'Stillwell and children and his nephEW -
possible, in order that a schedulemay brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Wednesday until Saturday with Sunday. was presented ,an orchid for being I Mr. and Mrs. Edd Walker: and :'ulle.
Jones all of Fern-
James ,
Mrs. George Weller. ,
be arranged.Mrs. ulcers of the stomach. Rev. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley, of Kings- our. only living. charter mem- :, visited in our Daughter of Jacksonville were Still others ill at home are E.
James McEachern's Sunday Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann is at Mrs. J. E. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Lake w'as ber. andina Beach, .
ley visiting her parentsMr. : Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'C [Ernie] Johns, Purvis Green,
School Class will sponsor the home after several weeks in the Marvin Rosier, Jim Rosier, and and Mrs. J. E. Warren on Fri- Come and worship with Heu I home Sunday. Mrs. Freeman Crosby. ,Jackie and' Diane Gaskins.
I with Mr. and
6th grade party to be held In the north. She spent some time in Mrs. Lillie Morgan visited her. day. She carried Mr. Warren to bi" nn"Ch ch'on Sundays and for i Visiting the week- Glad to report that Mrs. Harold -;i Please note that :Training Un-

Educational Building on Friday, Vermont, in Maine, and in Boston Her sister, Sophie Starling, .of the doctor: in Starke. midweek'prayer meetings. Hear i,Frank Norman during and daughter- Norman is feeling better aftera ;, ion will start at 7 p. m., Sunday

Mar. 11, at 7:00: p. m. These are where she was in the New England South Florida came Sunday to Mrs. Pete Burney and daughter thisweek.are -Mrs. O, J. Phillips. the boys and girls in Mr. ZaneNetherton's Baptist: Hospital for surgery. She stay with her until she"gets bet- Mrs. and at
JfcCau, Everett Bur- i Jacksonville. tack. She was hospitalized in Doctor's i j making the evening worship
is glad to be home after ter.rn7ntminVYnnYTVV'. Mrs. Addle Highnote. Mrs. Selma j of
home room. He andMrs. again .all .
that sure-enough' winter. I ney Mrs. Georgia. Ann Sappon Edifice'-'Mrs. Brad Norton and I Clifford Johns and daughter of 11 Hospital from Friday after- 'S p. ni.I
Netherton, together with
I Dr. and Mrs..E. L of Plainfield Saturday Mrs. Hester Hicks. Jacksonville visited his parents, noqn until Monday morning of I
tome of the parents will chaperone Kyle I I.I. Mr. and. Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and .. ', .

the party. New Jersey were guests of children were in Middleburg Sun- --_..U._ .

The Board- of Stewards will not Mr, and Mrs..Louis Kyle last week. UWT.EY\ day for a visit with Mrs. Sapp'spal'ents I .'
meeting date, but instead will The Kyle men are brothers.On .
Mr._and,Mrs..Harry Tay-
meet on Tuesday Mar. 22., Thursday March 3, Mr. and Irs. Joyce E. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAA4AA

Tuesday, Mar. 22. I Mrs. Louis Kyle and their house 4 lor.Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Knight and All Cars !

On Friday evening, Mar 18,: guests. Dr. and Mrs. E. I. Kyle, family spent the weekend in :Calling

there will be a Family Night Cov drove to Orlando to visit another
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. 'Turby Jacksonville as guests of :Mr. and :
ered-Dish Supper in the Educational brother. Mr. F. J, Kyle and his Wainwright will regret to learn Mrs. Charles Moneyham. .

Building. family. The Louis Kyles arrived !that Mr. Wainwright is quite ill Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith and
The Communicants Class will: home on Saturday evening, and at their home. those visit-
Among family were Sunday guests of Mr.
DiE. I.,. Kyle and his wife wenton
meet'with the Pastor at the Sunday TO JOIN THEMOTORCADE
ing them were Mr. "and Mrs. F. B. and Mrs. Jim Mitchell of Jackson.
School hour 9:45: on Mar. 20 to. Tampa and points south, Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ville. I
; with intentions of seeing all interesting .
and Mar. .27. ,
Brass ll and family of Jackson- John Crews and sister Mrs.
St. Anne's 'Episcopal Church: spot in Florida before ville, 'and Mr. and bars Jack Glenn Wicker, Of Dundee, arrived

The Ladies of St. Anne's are returning home. Wainwright and son of Waycross,! Friday for a visit with their parents -

putting on a Children's Workshop Mr. and ,Mrs. Fred Dodd went I I Mr. and Mrs. John Crews Sr.
from to Juniper Springs, Fla. on Friday Ga.Mr.
each Friday during Lent and Mrs. Luther Hillard_ and. Miss'Betty Crawford: of Jacksonville T
4:00: to 6:30: p. m., with supper ,evening to _spend the night family had as guests during the I spent the weekend with her ;
there were with Mrs. Dodd's parents. Mr. '
Last Friday,
included. ; week Mrs. Raymond Suber, Mrs. parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Jack craw- .
child and Mrs. A. It Marwick. The following -
35 youngsters present. Any _
I Louie! Belle Wainwright, Mr. and: ford. V(
from pre-scholage thru the seventh :! ] day they went on to Orlando V
Dodd's Mrs, Allen Starling, Miss Frankie' Saturday guests of Mr.-and Mrs. :
grade is welcome. to visit Mrs. sister
Wainwright and Mrs. Leon I J I Frank Cruce and Mr.
Mr. family were '
March 12, will be a and family Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Saturday I I
Starling and family all of Jacksonville and Mrs. Emory Duncan and '
Work for the men of St. An Swanson. They also visited Mrs. :
Day '
and Earl. Starling Lake- children, of Jacksonville.
ne's to meet at the Parish Houseat Dood's aunt, Miss Marie Mar- Lo TAMPA -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt
8:00: a. m. prepared to care for wick who lives near prtando. The land.Mr. spent :
and Mrs. Dave Putney and last week Orlando. as guests of
the grounds, and do odd jobs a Dodds were having a weekend I
children, of Jacksonville, spent Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harvey.
round the church property, vacation to observe their 19th
the weekend with Mike Futch ,
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman,
March 14 and 15, Rev. and Mrs. Wedding Anniversary, which: was V
and Floyd. Mrs. Truman Norman and .
.. Reggie
Breyfogle, will be at Camp Weedon on Sunday March 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sappen- visited the Jacksonville Zoo on
the Planning Committee for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd expect
field have their motel here
the summer camp program. Mrs. Dodd's aunt, Miss Marie. Sunday. ,
and have moved to Deland. The Mrr.and Mrs.Willie .
Wednesday. March 16, the Covered Marwick and Miss Marwick'sroommate I Montgomery .
James Waters family helped them. and family of Adel, Ga., spent
Dish Supper at the Parish Miss Peg Boyd, CAMPAIGN KICKOFF:
with the moving on Sunday. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. .
House will be at 6:30: followed by Orlando, to visit this weekend.
We are glad to report that Mrs. II Lowry and the Leon \yilkerson
Lenten services at 7:30: in the The reason for their visiting this
Mitchell Brown and L. P. Rafuse .
Church.; The Venerable Mr. Fred particular: weekend is fact that family. "'. ...
returned home from, hospitals Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Owens, of,
G. Yerkes will be guest speaker. the Dodd's son. John is playingthe I TAB '
j where they have been patients for Orlando, were weekend guests of ,
Thursday, March 17. Evening title role in the BHS Senior i :; .
several days. Mr, Rafuse's daughter Mr, and Mrs.. Johnson and
Jimmy :
Player and Sermon will be held Play, "Father Knows Best", on FOR
Mrs. Harold Norman, entered \ .
at St. Mark's in Palatka. All Friday evening. family. I ..J '"

members and friends of St. Anne'sin Mrs. E. A. Rushton has returned Doctors Hospital on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bell and ;

Keystone, and of Trinity in home after an enjoyable trip George Shuford will undergo surgery family, of Jacksonville, spent the

Melrose are especially. invited as 10 South America with her daughter on Wednesday at St. Vin- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Theo-

our Vicar, Rev. Mr. M, H. Brey- Miss Marilyn Rushton of cent's Hospital.Mr. dore Crews and other relatives. 1.

fogte, will be guest preacher. If Atlanta. They flew Delta. Airlines and Mrs. W, M. Patrick and Mrs. Polly Prevatt and family' ; Doyle Conner'
family were in Doctors -Inlet on visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norman
you wish to attend the supper By way of New Orleans: Havana,
pieceedmg the'service, please con- Cuba; Montego Bay;Jamalca;; to; Sunday._Jor,A. .'Bait..witb_2tra. and4amilyiaMiarclenny: Qn Sun- : ,
Lucille Padgett and family. .. .
tact Mr. Breyfogle. as he must Caracas, Venezuela. After a few day.Miss +
Mr and Mrs; Lacy Harvey, of Elaine Grant, of Jacksonville .
furnish an estimate of the num- days in Caracas, they stoppedover I : : : :-
ber expected to attend on the for a day and night in Havana Macclenny, spent the 'weekend spent Sunday with her V V CANDIDATE .

Sunday prior to March '17. on their return trip. with the Allen Harts. I grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Starling.Bill : V .; : : '

Cub Scout News: All boys eight Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton of }{r. and Mrs. W. E. Torode III J and Tip Dixon, of Palatka, .

years old, or who will be' eight Narrows. Va., spent the week endn and soh, of >Gainesville, were visited Mr. and Mrs W. E. Gault

within the next month, are invited : Keystone Heights with the : guests of Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore and 'son on Saturday. .

to'join the new Cub Scout Den Harold Sutton family, Mrs. Burton over the weekend. Those who wete unable to attend X Commissioner of '

tc be organized at the next CubS is Mr. Sutton's sister. After Mrs. Rex Boles, of Orlando, is the fellowship supper at the! : : Agriculture Of F F'TVL
'out Pack Meeting, Friday, leaving Keystone the Burton's spending this week with Mr. and Baptist pastorium on Friday eve-|I : /. .

March 18, at 7:30: p. m. went on to Lakeland' to visit Mrs.E. Mrs. R. W. Mosley and family. ning really missed a wonderful, ,

St. William's Catholic Church .L. Cooper, who is Mrs. Burton's Mr. ,and Mrs. Cedric Rosier and time. Guests included Mrs. Hatties]I

Lenten Services are held every and Mr. Sutton"s mother. family and Britt Rosier spentSunday Mathis, of Tampa.Mrs. G. W. Dur-, : :STATE OF FLORIDA t

Monday evening at 7:30 consistingof with, Mr. and !Mrs, Cohen ham, of Jacksonville, Miss Maryi i

Stations of the Cross and WTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlEVERGREEN Peele and Mrs. H. C. Edwards inJacksonville Julia Futch,\\of Tallahassee, Rev.I .\ : .'

Benediction of the. .Most Blessed I I Tommy Howe and son, of Bald- ;. t

Sacrament. win Mrs. Peavy Johns, Mrs. Alma -
Miss Julia Futch of Tal-
Mary .
Catechism lessons will be held Thompson, Mrs. Harold Alvarez SATURDAY MARCH 12th
lahassee, was the Friday and T
at 7:00: p. m. on Monday evenings h'et and sons, of Northside and Mr. .
By Mrs. Sybil Griffis Saturday guest of > mother, -
, for the Junior High School boys and Mrs. Fred Moore, of First .

and girls prior to services. .AAUA ..AAAa4A.&.....A a. Mrs. Joyce Futch. Baptist Church, 'Starke.Mr. .' .

Mass will be held each Tuesday Miss Elizabeth Terry's guests : and Mrs. Riley Dixon, of FLORIDAStarke
: Sunday night supper guests of during the weekend were Mrs. G. JOIN THE SUPPORTERS: FROM ALL OVER
morning at 7:45 which will give ;Ml'So" Bessie Sapp were her son- Jacksonville and Palatka, were. weekend guests of .
W. Durham of ,
all the children who attend Keystone Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum.
!in-law and Mr. and
Heights' School ample time. Mrs. Alchus Hamilton daughter,, and Britt Mrs. C. E. Strickland, of Gaines-. i The Paul Griffis family isV occupying -
to attend Mass as well. < iI I the former home of Miss
Rosier. ville.Mr.
Our organist is home again, Mr. and Mrs. Alchus Hamilton aid Mrs. Hubert Priest and I Enza Blanchard. The. Ersley Normans and Bradford County Motorcade Will Leave From Bradford
and regular, and Misses Gwen Tanner and
Wednesday evening' attended the funeral of his son have returned here from .
Choir Practice will resume. Practice Lorraine Priest visited the Old Brooker and are occupying the I March 12
grandmother, Mrs. Hamilton in At 10:30 A.M. --- Saturday
will begin promptly at 7:30p. : Ponce De Leon Springs last Fort at St. Augustine on Sunday.Mr. rental.house of Mrs.Selma! Eunice County Hospital V

m. Thursday. : and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson I!I on Eunice Road. I

The N. C. C. W. Deanery Meet Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Sapp of Or 1 and daughters visited Mr. and I I Among those on the sick list I ..

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this week Termites ,are migrating, seeking new homes. They: age, to.wood is often not evident from the exterior. The work- and" "an inspedion.by !an entomologist.! You will! en4oy' :
the that and it *costs t .
are beginning to come from the woodlands to seek new homes ers avoid free exposure Jo ,the air and therefore construct complete protection entomology! provides,

in Starke buildings, brought about to even a greater extent their galleeies within the ateials which they attack. Oc no more. ,, .

by decreasing woodlands. casionally .they completely honeycomb wooden' 'timbers, lean V Florida Pest Control and! Chemical Co. will inspect your

ing little more than a thin shelf. home at no cost to you. If termites are found, a graduate

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHAMPTON t struction of dogs ]prescribing Liability iiany pulpwood trucks ,as well as :lough from his army base in Ottawa J

for,damage caused by dogsor I I other vehicles using the street. ,,HI. QUANTITY '' 320 S. WALNUT ST. Hickory Ranch Fancy Sliced Rindless Lb.KRAFTS .
Hampton PTA Meeting STARKE, FLA. -
other animals, providing a penalty Mrs. Lonme Melton left.MondaYfor .RIGHTS,
; and repealing,all'ordinances I I Discussion of the political rally SERVED
a trip to New Orleans to visit breakfast
By AIn. D. E. milAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I to be held in Hampton. ; just previous -
ia conflict therewith" is the title her uncle, Bias, and other:
to the
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officially given at the top of the 3, and setting up of an executive j'relatives there. i oQQiNG y .

Council Considering ordinance.. The complete ordinance committee made up most of ,Marel Rhoden has moved into I)
New Doc OrdinanceA ,is posted,on the bulletin the business-discussed at the reguar -I
new dog,ordinance Is being board at the hall. Anyone desiring -'' monthly meeting of the h's house on the highway leading I I S I BACON

considered by the Hampton City to discuss this further is encouraged Hampton Elementary School PTA I to 301. Since'moving the house I '

Council and has been posted si to attend the next council i& the'school cafeteria on Thurs 1 J;from east of town, he has built I

Hampton city hall, following'd13- I meeting on Tuesday evening day evening last week,:March 3. i j cussion and writing of the ordin- April 5.Effective. 1 1I New swings, set of six built' < Improvements. CHEESE FOODSWIFT'S
ance at the ,council, meeting oil when curb signs are I Ernest Triest for t Miss
by the PTA Peggy Drigger of Gaines* I 2-
Tuesday evening last week, March I painted, will be a, 30-minute.j were set up on the playground,j''ville spent the weekend in Hampton a un iirr

j>, I parking! .for List week. Teachers reported that with Mrs. Louise Manire.' 0s ._ LB 79 C
"An ordinance prohibiting dogs I leet en both sides of the main they received an enthusiastic wel- VLLVAEfl LOAFEruw
from running at large within the I street in the postoffice area. This come by the children. Cost of the rTTTTrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTHERESSA
corporate limits of the ,city of has been approved by the councilto swings was $98.just under the y V"f uxse
Hampton: requiring vaccination, ( eliminate some traffic $100 estimate given 'thePTA by I, "
authorizing impounding and de :tion in this vicinity as conge3-1 Mr. Tilest at the Februrary '

I meeting. By Ruth Griffis LB 69c
As dates for the political rally /1TC!

Re-Elect HAROLD K. NORMANFOR here D. Griffis'have reported not yet been to the set meeting J.- YTYTTTTVYTYTTTTTT1T1YYYf S'S'S :': \v y, ......,..,.- ..,........ ,71i. :':-:- ,"
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l plans for .a supper or money- oRG -
raising event could not be set for and. Mrs Dan Raley announce TAME COOKED. READY TO SERVE
the of their At
the exact date until after March marriage
daughter Audrey,to Steve Broad. I /
County Commissioner 15, which is the deadline for political Boneless
way of Starve on Friday, Feb.
candidates to qualify for ,
LB $ 89
26, at 11 a.,m. in the Madison.. St. ;. 5
,Further .Watch Times.
.' FROM DISTRICT ONELawtey the county elections. -' CAN
Baptist: Church. 3
plans on this will be brought before HAMS
( ), the April PTA,meeting, on Both are graduates of.Bradford '.-." Union, For More' ,, -
High School and ak emPioyef'at: -- .. .. .
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BORN AND REARED Thursday evening, April. 7. ..-- -" w
In discussing an executive committee Clay Electricin:, Keystone Heights. Red ,Hot, 'alues ;tJ-, <'ft, _._.;.. .._.'..,..'_,_ :-.t-<. ._ "',.
IN BRADFORD COUNTYHe -for the PTA, it was decided They are,making their home on -
Brooklyn Lake.
to form the committee of the
II' 1'4 Our best wishes ,
for a long
Stands for Honesty, Sincerity and, Economy present PTA officers, the school happy married life is extended to
Pd. PoL principal and six room mothers
( Adq) this young couple.
oue representing each room at
The Misses Anne Bell and Rcba
the school. Main purpose of the
Thompson have returned fromPolk
group would be to select programs -
City, to resume, their workin
work to-
each meeting to
"Don't_ Settle For Less Than A ,Jim Toney" waid securing new.members, ando Bible Clubs in this area. It is

JIM, TONEY HOMES $1095, and* before: discuss the PTA whole' business'organization.to come !ladies a girls privilege of work this'to,with comunity.have our these.boys Should young and all PORK FRESH HAMS -1e. 49c

The mothers are to be selected by
up psrentsavail, themeslves of the
for balance of
the teachers the ROAST
WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS privilege to make at, least one
thiS school year and at the first
See Our Model Home at Waldo, Florida visit to see the work that is'accomplished -
meeting of the committee will lb.
12 Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301 on Thursday afternoon March 17, here, I am sure they POUND FRESH BUTTS 39c
would insist that th ir'children .
at.4 p.m. at the school '
j. c. Hobbs, school principal be present every Monday afternoon ...
at 4 o'clock at"JOY" Club
reported that since the majority FRESH COUNTRY STYLELB FRESH FRESH FRESH
at Hope Church.

of eighth-grade to 'have caps parents and gowns preferrednot for Miss Sylvia Parmalee of 'Parkcf Back Spare Porji Pork
-MF the Palms sang a sOlo"a't'praj--
graduation, the girls would wear c 0
treet-length dresses and the er Meeting Wednesday evening. q 9c 49 1g
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boys, suits.L. Her selection was preceded! by'her Ribs Heads FeetLB

S. Gibson, general educational testimony, telling of her call t to LB IB
supervisor for Bradford the Mission Field: In Puerto RicarHope "
s Baptist'Chureb
County, attended the meetjng.
and was introduced by Principal Sunday --Surnay'School 10 a. PSG
m.. Morning message 11 a. ,m.
No Money Down ... No Charge For Travel Hobbs. two The weeks musical ago program here by presented the- Training Union! p. m. ,Evening' CHOICE

BHS band under the direction of Message 8 p. m. EE ROAST SALE
E. W. Matthews was discussed. I Monday -.Bible Joy Club 4 to FINE TRIM

Refreshments of cake and coffee I 5 p. m.
2 3 Wednesday Prayer Meeting i
were served to the 35 'present !
7.30 p. m., Choir Practice. 8:30: p.
BED ROOM BED by; Mrs. Paul' Meng.Griffin Mrs. Francis and n;. 1st Wednesday of each.month, .
ROOM Ming Mrs. Wesley
Mrs.'W. J. McElory.. Es L. Brown,I Busin ss'Conference.. Pastor: CHUCK CROSS RIB.ROAST

ONLY $31.4'0.ONL '$S8 70 president, pregided'at. the meet- Samuel S. Cuthbert. Choir Di- C c
rector: Fred Dodd.
Invitation ,is :extended to' all I
PER MONTH PER MONTH Personals, r' ,1 who will join us for,these services. ROAST
,Brazier :.able to come
I W. F. was '
Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. 'of Ocala I
PAYS OFF IN PAYS OFF IN home .last.;weekend/after,several and
was a recent visitor of Mr
84 MONTHS 84 .MONTHS. seeks in a Jacksonville hospital. Mrs. M. 'Z. Sullivan and, Mr. and LB LB
Mr. and Mrs: .Ollie. Williamson Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan. -
r and children were visiting Sunday -. -bir'andMra, .. .E. ,E: Fulton of
John McRae Builders with Mr.. Wllliam'srbrotherinlaw Jacksonville, were dinner guestsof
Toney and sister Mr. and Mrs: Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Howell Sat- I FRESHLY GROUND BEEF 2 LBS 97'UMIT1
S Davis:Johnson of;Live :Oak.C. urday..

,STARKE, FLA. WALDO, FLA. W: Slade is spending two I'|I Mr. and Mrs G.: W.. Ezell and .
Phone' WO 4.1792, Phone HO 8.2781 weeks herewith his;:parents Mr. -children: Jerry' and Debbie of
ts..re.., nd Mrs. Lester Slade, on f fur- :"f Jacksonville spent the weekend SNOWDRIFT

-. I with her mother.i Mr*. Lacy
a S.1&r
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faile of
Hampton were visiting Mrs Jean
Wainwright Sunday night. SHORTENING

.4 Rev. and Mrs. M.: L. Packham'and .
children of Haines City were '

.}>\' P visiting! her parents, Mr.'and Mrs.
'f:1': "', .
'\ "'I: Clyde Hall Thursday ntgtit'and
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',...'.."'::::r\":,>>.t..'...;. .." Mrs. Jackie Hersey spent ,the c 8AKERlTE
weekend with her, parents,' ,Mr.
and Mrs. P. Johns,:at Hampton.Mrs. I
Minnie Phillips of Lawtey
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and Mrs. Addie Highnote of Miami -

.. 3' were visiting their.unt. Mrs. iUM
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Alice Jones Sunday '
4 1 Among those present from this _

area at the PTA meeting Thurs- __ _
day night at Hampton, school were Uu.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Breeden,
Mr. and Mrs E. E. "Triest Mrs- *'

James A. Gnann and. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
D. Griffis. i WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
has returned -
'' Mrs. Clement Haley
to her home after several weeks : I
I visit with her parents Mr and BREAKFAST
Mrs.Mass.William Follas, in' Boston CUP 00

.'' yk' Mrs. W W. Packham has ,re-
\ turned from visiting her son-in- FYNE-TASTE T ; '-
or : ::=
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs- ONE "
Jack Jerrell in Jacksonville. With LB
deepest regret we report that hertanddaughter. BAGS _

Beverly Jean LIMIT-3
Cochrane, has not been found attics WITH $5.00
writing. We pray she will be COFFEE FOOD ORDER

family returned soon.safely to her home and .

A number of people from this
community have been ill with

colds and "virus". We are alllooking

; A, and welL forward sunshine: to tb warmer make weather everyone Chase. &Sanborn COFFEE & 49. $5.00 LlMIT-1 FOOD WITH ORDER

The,late cold has affected the .
planting of crops. ALL PURPOSE (LIMIT-1 WITH $500 FOOD )

tItt BAIII I* {'...t,. Jadg'Ja ,Cart. I. A.C TERGENT GIANT 39CSFALAD
-= Far Bradford {'....,, Florida. .. 'PKGQT
_ In re.: Estate -of Fred Hess deceased. .. ..

2. > All NOTICE creditor*TO of CREDITORS'the estate of :

e You'll INSIST! ON AN leas ELECTRIC time in the kitchen RANGE and have IN YOUR time KITCHEN for otherthing (v Fred!ntifed Mesa and required deeeased,to are file hereby,' any ] ; ,29c
spend more ; which
: .talma or demands they may 0 RES SIN G.
*...when you cook electrically.You'll enjoy the fun of cooking : have tie of against the county said estate judge in of i the Bradford of-- JAR

without looking. Simple automatic controls eliminate pot-watching County Florida in the court-

....,prevent scorch burn and boil-over. And electric cooking is the s eight hoax> calendar of StarVe,-month- Florida dram within the ROSEDALE LUSCIOUS HALVES .

tafttt way...he of flame and fumes for precious peace of mind.. date notice.of Each the first claim publication or demand of must this BIG
___ l>e In writing and must state the 2'4 25 BaC;

FLORIDA See the new model POWER BOW,at your ti': T COMPANY dealer. 116. FLAME.CLEANS!.!..T. pUct fddress be sworn> or of residence to the by claimant the and claimant.p and at-ortle ratjst Eta C H I E S CAN ke

\w/ '-, ". HELPING 8U1LD FLORIDA 'a sa a t r* \ :COOLESTFASTEST sent become, or void his according attorney OJ"It'will law. 2H'ads CTOMATOES

--r.I.. "V'' '' tlJa v.''It-. V..nlll.'lJIlUo\\, ..SAFEST.CHEAPEST. Charles February Charles'M.18th Schmitt if.1960.. Schmitt, Administrator ICEBERG LETTUCE :{ ,. 25"C! REG 35, 2 5

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OF the second' quarterly conference I
: for this conference
Clothing, Projects Southern States Construction Co
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Reverend Jenkins in charge:.,Sun- J I .'" Junior. $:-If gUls are now working i!I
way the Youth of the church will ; -'. '
their I ISom4
; .clothing project
By Ozora Shell have charge all day starting with ;
are! hemming dish towels +OMES
-"-&'-&-&-....;.&&&. &.. .. .-.A&&A.. . . .Mm.m.m.mM.m.. '...m.m.M.m. ...mr- >.*..,..+....,...,.....*. I Sunday School at 10 a. m. After- f ,F', as and making ,peasant aprons. | S13 u'AND ;
-- aoou service at 3 m. Missionary .
p. :
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Legion Oratorical Contest wish for these youngsters much meeting at 5 p: m; evening a y Ij I I Karen Teen,,and-Joyce Crawford -j t WJV AS .$31.16 PER MO. 't
the oratorical' contest for the success. dtivice at 6 p. m.; music all day : {. E'x j I : iwtey girls-have spent ,
Hb District of American Legion CHURCH NEWS jy the junior. choir under the di-
after school
: afternoons: j TIME
PAts wi i beheld at 3 Sunday New Bethel oft Pullum. PRICE SAME AS CASH PRICE .
p. m. Baptist Church, :ection Mrs. N. L.. i r 4' ucrking on ,their: gathered ski'ts. : ,
at Bethune-Cookman College Rev.. A. B. will Jon't forget sick and junior
Vinson pastor, our Older girls will make dresses, '
Daytona Beach.. Gwendolyn Mar- held regular services all daySunday ''' church meeting each Monday at skirts: and blouses. i tOnly! Err; interest.- All Homes with No. 1 flooring! an d J .

shall,.a renior and honor studentat starting with Sunday [5 p. m- Mrs. Elizabeth Givens, su 4 t Make' sure that the nursery i' pressure treated. Floor joist on 16" centers. .

RJE, will represent the 4th School at 9:30 a. m., Supt. Milton pervisor. Parents are .invited to stock you buy. whether fruit trees;5, '
Division. She is the daughter of Hlersoq. in charge Morning come out and see what wonderful ; or ornamentals, has been inspected -:j BLOCK OR NO HONEYFRAME ;
Pauline Marshall past president worship at 11 a. in. with Pastor things these young people are by the State Plant Board. !' DOWN'
of Auxiliary 314. and B. T. Marshall Vinson in charge music by choir doing. Help us to combat "Juve- Buying trees that have not been' SHEET> ROCK See .
Scoutmaster of Troop 71, No. 2. Mrs. Margaret DeSue, pres- nile Delinquency" by sending j inspected is a good way to spread' } xterior'ELECTRICITY
and the niece of Post Com der ident. Choir rehearsal tonight your children to junior church-; diseases and insects. J!, SouthernStates Finished Many I

Julius Royal. President 1,. M. Royal I I Thursday at 730.: Promptly at MrsE.. J. Givens reporter. Plants that have not been pro- andPLUMBING Ways ,Even

has worked diligently with this i 7 p. m. Sunday the evening'ser- Ebenezer Baptist, Church i poly cared, for: after being dug, With'Care-free
contestant and asks that'as many "vice will begin at which time holy Rev E. D. Robinson pastor held a, the .nursery will have little j 0j
pest; and auxiliary members as rommunJon111 be administered regular services on Sunday start- chance of survival. Often it is;j IF DESIRED Alcoa Aluminum

possible-I go to Daytona and give, by the'pastor and officers. On ing with Sunday School at 10 a. % difficult to tell how much the root I

moral support with the'hope that Friday, March 11. 'at 7:30 p. m. m. Supt. Henry Bryant in 'charge: system has dried out. i Termite Shields At No Extra Cost '
she will "bring home the bacon." !me business meeting of the morning sermon by the pastor; Inspected stock will have a tag .

_.Mrs. Pauline Marshall, reporter. church wilt_be held. Your reporter music'by Junior Angel Choir, Mrs. LrMR&J attached: to it. "'' Do Repair Work And Build Any Design :
Fiesta Club Meeting wishes to make the following Rmell English Chorister, Mrs. ..' ,
I _ Call Or Write For Free Information '
President Ethel Young Is callinga correction on the release last week I Ruby Albert, pianist. The group 4.I THE RIGHT POINT for, the j ,
special business meeting of all about Mrs. Uasie Peterman, one was dressed beautifully in light I I Mr. and Mrs Levin Griffis still After the'gourd are dry, they I way, you write. Come nand select -

members of the Fiesta ,Club at 8'''of our sick members. She was I blue choir robes. Let us help them raise the old strain of gourds that are'soaked for 1 too or three daysto year ,favorite ,EST BROOK i i i Southern States .Construction Co.
p. m. Thursday in the old Water- :I home for just"one weekend due to :pay for these beautiful robes.,Rehearsal (I were used by early settlers asreeptables "get the bitter out. Mrs. Grif- Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH '
t!k School. The: following new i in the death of her step-son. She I for Choir No. .1. adults, for water, milk, and a fis says-'Then the inside is scraped I ,
members have been accepted: Mr. joined her daughter Hattie Eas- will be held Wednesday night b -I i!number of other purposes. The oVt, ,and when dried agajn, the THE RIGHT POINT fcrf we A BEAUTIFUL BED ROOM ,HOME ONLY

and Mr, L.;'Z.,Baker:and Mr. and ,ley and attended the'funeral in I lore the third Sunday which, I Grtffises, however, grow their gourd" is' ready for use. 'way''yon: ,,,rtt& Coma in' and adieet $2395.00 FULL PRICE .
Mrs. Elmer Shell. The social .Alabama. She-has returned to W. March 16 Vice-president Bertis'II,gourds to make nests for Martins, Back' in the old days, the top ofhe' your favorite ESTERBROOK t
[ of Fountain f-cn. 'rv.I.F.OR4PH: Only $49.86 per mo. for: 6 yrs.-and! you get many extras
a type bird that is useful in
meeting will be held Friday, I T! Edwards Hospital hi Tallahassee Robinson asks all menibers to be gourd was cut off and it was
March 25,.with Mr. and Mrs EuGene o and can be reached there for present. A vital decision must be ,keeping' hawks away. often used ,to store milk in. They RAY D. FORTH JOHN :
Blye in charge.-Mrs. Per- I expressions. Don't forget the J reached. Ranell English, re- .[ Mr. Griffis, formerly a farmer use to say that the milk clabber- sc&666 McRAg
nella CUmmings reporter. t spring 1 rally to be held all day porter. and now a' State Farm' employee, ttf better in a gourd. Mr. Grif- Pov Phone 4307 Phone WO 4.1792.
Carnation Club News I Sunday. Each members is expect-: Heart Fund Talent 'Shows plants the gourd seeds early in the fis said.; Keystone Heights, Fla. gtarke, Fla.

The Carnation Social Saving !eu to do his part.-Mrs. Pauline On last Thursday a talent Show skiing and says that one vine will The'all of the gourd is tough
Club met pn' Monday night atthe [Marshall reporter. vas held at 'RJE_ and this past I produce about 25 of the kmg-size and thick and'ill' hold'up in use YOU Also Get Free Mortgage Insurance With
i at C. C. Anderson Jr. fniit. When mature in September Southern, SlatesT"Th1rford' ;
Reno Theatre with president Wil- Antioch Baptist Church, Monday I for about five years. .

hclmenla Brooks in charge. Plans Rev. George W. Lee, Sr: pastor,' High, Lawtey. Both shows were I t"c gourds weigh about 15 ,Smaller varieties were once used I .. .. .. .,
pounds and out in ,
were made for a Fashion Tea and .held regular ,service on Sunday tremendous success. Cash prizes : dry about a '
Easter parade and Revue on I I starting with Sunday School. At were awarded. The judges were: j month. for various!' purposes;-some as
Easter: Sunday afternoon at RJE :3 p. m- the Federation was held Mrs Dave Paiflk, Mrs. Yancey Mr. Griffis said the'only thing "dip" gourds, ,and others as re-
Robinson Reddish. Supervisor I!he knows of that will eat the ceptables for storing salt and oth-
Cafetorium. On the Fourth Sun- at the church Rev. E. D. and Mr. I I '
delivered '"serraon. served M. C, for both :green fourds is a Brahma cow. er things
day in April the 10th anniversary president the Shell as --- -. :
celebratln of"the club will also beheld Regular conference: was'held fchows. Almost $50 is expected, to f' ,-., s '
at RJE. All members are '' on Wednesday of this week.Services l-e realized as a result of this endeavor ', Home ,
asked; to make plans to partici- 1 were hfgh all day with Mrs Paulk expressed her ; pqmonstration

pate. We have two new potential, |special music rendered,by a group deep appreciation to Supt. Mor-t
mtmbersl.or 1980. Baby Lee and o under the direction of Mr. Leg- can and the principals for "Hav- : Notes
the new daughter of Jessie Mae gett.-Mrs. Arata Williams re- inging A Heart" for the Heart by,
fipwell. both, faithful members of i!I porer.. Fund. Drive., i I DOROTHY ROSSHome'1lemonstration J I County Telegraph
the club. Best wishes to.our new o Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Anderson Jr. iii. ,Lawtey J :
mothers .and their daughters j Church Rev, L. McKay pastor, We are pleased that the recent Agent 1 .

Mrs. Alma Jenkins reporter. j hill hold services at 11 a. m. Sun !Iu epidemic has released 'all 'of | Use And Care Of Small ,prepared other uses of the fry : : .
Horn On-Leave I,day morning at Free Caanan our teachers and they are back Electric AppliancesMis. pan.sauce' pang waffle iron I and e' ," ,,

Bishop McDQugald has spent !:'Church of God in Unity, Elder S. on the job. Mrs. Mildred Wj j Alice Jones Home Service Jeep fat fryer were discussed. '.. ': '" '
the past 30 days at home with W. White, pastor: This. service Turner had to be hospitalized for Representative of the Florida II Care of the 'appliances was \ :, ?}; .' : ; ,
!his parentS, Lincoln'City. He is I'will be held in our honor: at 3 p. more than a week and wishes to Power: and Light 'Company, pre- stressed also. Never scrub waffle. : (\ '.. ,

a recent graduate of RJE\ and (In:. ReP tt8 and his congrega- thank Principal Anderson county sented a program to the Home iron or grills. Just wipe off. with II,.
won many honors in basketballand :Con of Ldwtey. will worship at teachers pupils and parents for Demonstration Clubs last monthon :3 damp"cloth.
served captain of the team. I jour church' and help us in our vii the condolences during her Use and Cave of Small Electric ,Suggestions for making cornbread invites you to see
He has just completed a tour of i building program _and at 7 p m. illness. The regular PTA meeting !;I Appliances.The waffles and cake waffles .,
overseas'duty in the Air Force and L I\The Spiritual Echoes of PleasantGrote was held at the school on Tues- i, menu for the noon meal *ere mentioned.The AMBER GRAY
will report for duty somewhere in !i will render' a program at day. Principal Anderson has launched she prepared was Tuna Fish the ail-new
the USA. his week. He is the our church. The following sche- a "new membership drive" !!Casserole Supreme served on bis- biscuits were baked.in.the
brother of Stella Mae McDougald, d.ile of activities will observed, : Od members of the female group ,i cults green string beans, tossed of fry,pan :To do this, fit 4 layers

senior at Florida A & M Univer- Mon. 7 p. m. Faithful Few Club1; are encouraged to bring new I salad and pineapple upside down aluminium foil in the bottomof -
I electric
fry with Burroughs'TEN'KEY'
sity. She has ,just cmpleted her Tues. 7 p. m. Choir rehearsal; : members of the male group and pan. Preheat'
internship and is expected to :i Wtd. 7 p. m. Prayer meeting; 'II vice versa. It is hoped that this cake.While the recipes were being coyer., on fry. pan to, 420 degreesF. : '. ,
graduate with 'a B. S. degree in L j II'' Fri. 7 p. m. Prayer Band. will stimulate a larger attendance Place) biscuits, directly on the I "
foil cover and ,bake ,for
elementary education in June.. We I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church at PTA.-Mrs. W.- M. Randolph, reporter. 10 min-
utes.: Pncoyer,,,turn biscuits pver,I
J open vent on lid and bake 10 min- ALPINE BLUE
I utes longer. Serve at once. Thissnakes
; NNOUNcm / a' crusty biscuit more' like ? ..
air.English. Tea Muffin., iLECTRICA'DDIN"L
..Sakigg!; potatoes? in, the fry pan
bY is yonderful} !,and will-save heatinga
large oven for a few potatoes.
When cooking vegetables with ., ( "'G f'

thermostatically controlled heat,.!
i yR br !food, value,, color and ,flavor are i! >
saved because they are cooked at !!, MACHINE

1. the;, correct temperature., Boiling j
vegetables l destroys food value.1 I I
color and flavor. .> SEA MIST OREEh

The most wonderful.part of all !!: Nere's the latest for the modem oIiceI

cooking, With: these_ small ,electric "
I appliances is the measured! ,heat,J'I :.the light,compact, alj-electrfc(I
designed heat: .for'each
: cooking
Burroughs Ten'Key with new BabnceTouchSEE (
job. If you. hav? measured? heat, !s

:neaured ingredients: ,, and mea- ..ID strikinp! colws-
sired June, you should never have'a
failure.cooking electrically Miss
t. I ? I Ir Jones I said. THEM TODAY !
Tun pish Casserole Supreme f iCAPMeoMU,

4 Two canstuna, fish. 1.can cream
cf;mushroom soup. 1 can cut < ..
mushrooms, 1 small, can English ONLY $199 ,. ,
peas, 1 ,jar,pimientoes.! [cut upj),.1 :.,:' ,
1 small ,package. slivered almonds -,
salt'and pepper.. ,*v 0
,- Place these ingredients !in,electric ', '
_r" The Takes Pridein
1 fry pan and cook: for 30 minThat's Telegraph

: t ",,fl' '"A N4.t t ,ffEll-S." 1'7/1 ,. announcingthat .

; }.', J' .. .11 tiAN'<<' t '.' we are now 'franchised dealers for the
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a \, ,', \C'u ,'II{ famous Burroughs line of Adding Machines --

r AaeHca'i' stritM W.. i? laJlrtj! cMaptett At wwtfsfsaufy bid wsl' / manual or electric -- full keyboard or tenkey.It's .
wA TWO KEW-SIZI wagcw. They're Falcons in:liza and.

lavings-aud full-fledged Ford wagon wonders,.when it, come{ t..

IHE NEW work! With 2 feet less car to manage.you're genius...at s nrfjj ale .latest! .
traffic problems-a master at-parking. VrvPST. :? .
past ,T". <_1.1' ... ,",
FolcM Wagon art priced .p !,'$1S4-less than otter' -passeng .rt s lt f. 'I ;::.f. T "
compact wagons. The '2-door model,is. America's, 'lowett-pri icect i ifnTiteleily : ." ::. ." :;JPN; Ly'Vj.j, ,!4; ? ::',"'"
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; Fdcti gins A* best gas nSeos* of any American-built'wagon,.oJ c ," < Co"' '-;z-e /

,I regular fuel You can go tip to 30 miles on a gallon of gasoline' ." .; ;J. L-:" ... ', '

YM let tbr Fdcea slY lgS, I... Repairs cost less. Change oil oil;, : r ... .. ." ...t I
once"in 4,000 miles. And the Falcon's aluminized( muffler n'ormaBj .t. f;., '"-
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lasts twice as. long as'the ordinary. kind* "'" -. '

.., \. I'iMgest led l*.r u At CMEfed:i,U Is yours. in a Fa l con. Its .Faucet dour. All J Byrqtigha dd ngMachines ':

t 17 ft. long,with cargo.space totaling jnore than 76 cubic feet!tYfJ HtrkvelyatSpria .
gdsatad use
I Feli", -siz-" jesger rtta, tM, beca...-Falcon Wagons are,built Unconditionally r.
', ax ... t> !pfopk.There's room'for hats,nips legs. Come these newest H'aI'ater" .that'' dripping /
,wonders from the Ford wagon world!roK>Division, from that faucet Are yon.intending The New'THRIFTLINE : Guaranteed For One 'Fnll j "
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.. x, a_ .. '- call us ;and let Freddie stop it? WttQUGHS. HJUffi-OFEKATG) 'o.

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1 mr.rmrrrn I dead: in the Salt House in the nice ,gifts and a lovely pound cake I[;Jacksonville. Mr. Hunter has been ltrrrrrl' rrrr'Y..9. ... I L..r.i..rt.rr.. I II t fconnlle on Saturday. I\ ing ill lbst' \ eel:.

; Seaboard Yards here\ in Baldwinon for the occasionIJirthday :.f[seilously ill. t- I Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and Mrs. i i So:!)' that r is. Dr'' v y P'1'f- ,;
BALDWIN Saturday morning. Feb. 27. Dinner ,ooy Crews, daughter of Mr and.
BROOKER MAXVILLE I Ben Higginbotham visited in stn is ill and uiy> .. d). t.I'.j
The body is still in the county. For )Mis. Rhoden :Mrs. Lester Crews fell at school 1acksonvWe:: last Thursday. Mrs. j;
oorgue. Death was from natural On' Sunday, March 6, the fam- id:t Friday and broke her arm..The : f J sginbotham and Jean Padgett Tare.
Nolan causes. ily of Mrs., C. R. Rhoden surprised I Orange Street Brotherhood i Bj Barbara Sue, Davis. # I I 8yIrs.' C. n. Nolan' were visitors in Macclenny last Miss Mary Kilgore was overnight -

& The Baldwin Boys basketballteam her with a birthday dinner win meet- Monday' night.. March J &&AA &&4AAa&AA A.Ala 1 4..4AA AA. LAAA.4 Friday. | guest of Miss Donna Faye ..

DOCTOR AT BALDWIN played Crescent City boys honoring her on her 66th bLth-. 14 at the.home'of Wilbur; Petrey. 44# Sorry to learn that Mrs. Oscar I Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore had as Pourakej at Brandy Branch last ..,1
Thef People In this community :In the Class "B" tournament last I day anniversary' There were 37 :i i The Lion's Auxiliary will hold I I Miss _Mamie Clark is visiting Wilkinson is ill and'under 8oc- !her dinner guests last Sunday. Thursday night.BETHEL .
and the surrounding areas -are Friday night in Callahan, but un- members of the family present, 'tjje'ir regular meeting-' Monday j j'night l he4Sist Mrs. Corbert Horn inL4e tor% caie. a Mr. and Mrs, George Johnson I

very pleased l to know that Dr. fortunately lost the game 50 to including her six daughters, M.S.Saide ."', "March 14. City for a few days.. {I Mrs. Dexter McPherson and I and family and Mrs. Bernice. Garrett TuISSIONARY. .
S3. The Callahan team "Copeland'ruf Mrs. We are to hear of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles I ,
1'bonus W. Roach. associated won over Dottie sorry Rhyles of son. Harvey, and Mr. and Mrs. and family of Jacksonville BAPTIST CHURCH ,
with Dr., D. D. Bennett"will be St. Joe and on Saturday night Whitehead of Tallahassee, ''Mrs. )Joss of ,Flojd Cone's barn last I Jacksonville: were Sunday guests Lacey Griffis and Buck Wellhau- I,and. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham ah
in Baldwin Monday Callahan beat Crescent City John Taylor. Mrs. Bernice.Saturday night. It was completely. or 'her' Parents, Mr.: and Mrs. W. and family. Sunday School, 10 a.., m. Morning -
Tuesday, V ,Fen attended funeral services on .
winning the tournament Thompson and Miss Mellivene.destroyed, by fire. L. Clark, Worship, 11 a. m. Training
Wednesday Friday and Saturday Sunday for Jeff Scrry to hear that Mrs. Willie !
i Stirling at the
Edgar William's, Sr. and Coach Rhoden of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mr. 'nd'Mrs. G. W. Bell had as Mr. and M Frank Tinney and I II Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Ser-
each week
former, offices and of is Dr.occupying D. D. Ben-the 'Hubbard Maroney carried Edgar Pearlie O'Neal .and Mrs. Shirley ,,, their. gues%..Jast. Wednesday'. nighl sons'ot.,'..Gainesville.. were Sunday (Sanford 'Road Church. I I i'Harris I I has been ill with the flu. : vice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each IU,n

nett which are' being remodeled.The William Jr., Bud Williams and Wilson of Baldwin and their fam- ,, Mrs. Bell's aunt, M.s.'Jennie Muiray afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Daisy Padgett and daughter Glad that Mrs. Doss Higgin-|Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone wel-
doctor will be in the office i Joe Nolan to Livingston. Ala. ilifb and her one son Farley of Folkkon, Ga.. 'f C..:E'Orj n and- Mr. and Mrs. T. Bonnie were visitors in Jack-;jotham) is feeling better after beI I come.-:Rev, R. L. Lee, pastor. ,

his Friday evening from 4 !,Sunday, where they will, try out Rhoden. Others present were Mr. I I Little Becky: arid Karen Hoskins W''Mabsr. rG ,. ...,.-.. .,
m. : -" .
p. .
until 8 p. m. and on Saturday foi the college football team Rlioden and Mrs. Rhoden's two !I of Sarifoni'e spending two. 4, J i ni' Mrs. T. W.. Ma key f. .. _. ._: ._ _: .-- _.='._' .' .. ._. ._ .' =. .. ... ,_. __ ::..._ _....:-O --_. ..A
morning until 12 m. ';t:1tl: e. We surely do wish the boys flsters from Macclenny and their weeks" with' H.their uncle'ani. atint l" fished"Mr.. and: Mrs. R. K.,Dukes <
Mr and Mrs.. E. B., Williamsand I the best of luck. They will return families and Miss Aileen Britton j Mr.. and Mrs. J, A. Lake!; Thursday afternoon in Lake Butler -
home the end of this week. of Jacksonville and Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Oliver hadas .
Mr and.Mrs. J. J. Nolan and ,
visited Pala- : Incumbent Justice of the Peace Chesser of Otis Road. I their 'guests last week from Mr. and ,Mrs. Raiford Brannenof
daughter Roslyn in j
1.,: C. Oliver has qualified for 'reelection j Spring Wednesday Staike. visited
tka last Thursday with Mrs. No- Football training will through Saturday her mother,
lan's aJ 11ly. "Mr. and Mrs. 1,. W. [ in the May Primary for I start next Monday, March 14. .Mrs, Oliver's parents', Mr.'and, M.JP: : ,. Gainey. .;,Sunday' after- OWN A HOM-E
Motes and Mr. and Mrs. Eustis. Justice of the Peace of Dist. 3. This year. Coach Avinger has about j jMrs.: Lester 0 Hollandcof Collin,. n 1a' '. : 1

Ba nbrtdge. Duval' County. 40 starting out on the"team. I IGa. g f&st.iary'; Rowe .and ,Kenneth
A car loaded with illegal liquor Mr. and Mrs. James Beard and Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Oliver We are very sorry to learn of Green of Wildwood visited his Jl 1

wafc> seized in Maxville last week family of Fernandina and. Mr. visited in Green Cove Springs the death of Mrs: D."W. Ferrell's parents,Mr. and Mrs Roy Green.

and >,ederal.Agentspoured, it,out.t pnd; Mrs. Horace Beard and family Sunday with .Mr.. 'and. Mrs. Joe i brother-in-law' Hayward .Russell, Sunday 8
: of Jacksonville visited Sunday Martin. i Deland last Tuesday Stanley Green
in of
t Two men from Jacksonville were 1 Wildwood w;s O'F YOUR OWN!
seized., with the load. with Mrs. J. A. Beard. Mr. and Mrs. George Terry of I Mrs. Barbara Sanders and home with his parents, Mr. and U

An unidentified man was found 'Mr, and 'Mrs Amos Eberly Orlando were weekend guests of I friend. Judy, of Jacksonville Mis.. Leslie Green, for the week '

spent the weekend: in St. Peters- Trrry's brother-in-law,ancT sister, I i visited Mrs. Sadie Oliver last Sun- cud.Mrs. ,...t
1 1I I. burg. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Smith. 'day.Grady Lamar Halt of Starke .'
j The Orange Street BaptistI Mrs Ella Ellison spent last I Roberts returned Monday visited Mrs. Amanda Lewis and ';
'AZALEASFOR I basketball teams*"played against Tuesday: fn Orange Park with after undergoing'' surgery last Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Lewis Sat- THE EASY Jlf1\WAL WAY..PAY 'mt

I Marietta teams Monday night at her sitter! Mrs. ;W P.,. Almand- ,week in the Ed Fraser hospital urday afternoon.. ':
SALE I the gymThe Orange Street Friends of G. W. Pringle will 1 !and seems to tbe getting along Mrs. Shirley Tetstone and i I'

to learns won. Girls 13-10. boys,. 16- be interested to learn that he has likely. daughters were in Jacksonville on
18' ; and the .Jr...boys tied 77.. s-jfficiently recovered from his The Orange Street Baptist and business during the weekend. I hJT
2 YEARS OLD Miss Mary Waddell and Mrs. recent illness to be able to return the F11'5tB ptlst W. M.' U's are Mrs.' Shirley Tetstone and I \

$1.00 Per Doz. Hattie Wiegand of Jacksonville home from the Ed Fraser' Hos- observing the Annie Armstrong dai:1ihtersvisited Mr. and Mrs. .,.....

entertained Mr. and Mrs. Seth .pital in Macclenny. Week of Player this week. Joe Vickery of Alachua and Mrs. I ,

j! I. WALKER. \Iabry, Jr. at their home in Jack Charles Daniels of Ft. Rucker Derrell Crews has returned to Addie Caryway in High' Springs II E'F .'W
scnville on Feb. 25, honoring them Ua, spent the weekend 'here with the Marine :Supply Depot at Albany Saturday morning.
4 Mi. East of Macclenny on their 46th wedding anniversary ins parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Ga. after spending; the Marvin Rodgers of Ft. JackSon a '

on Hiway 90 : with a delicious supper. Daniels.Mr. weekend here with his family.Mr. S. C?was home with his par- I 01oj

:They were presented with many and Mrs. W. Q. Cobb and and Mrs. Lynn Frost had ents.' Mr.. and. Mrs. Will Rodgers I j

Chief and Mrs. W. F. Johnston of as their guest' over the weekend,]for .the_ weekend., ,. .
Jacksonville plan to spend this ,Mr V-'r. ost's brother, Jack_ of Mi- 4tfMr. and' Mrs.' G. W. Davis were

,1 1VoullflOtice jreekend_I in Leesburg: as guests ofMr. ,fUll!. ; Sunday luncheon guests ,of he'parents 4rr
and Mrs. Jack Greene. The First Baptist Church basketball I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Wat- v
Mrs. Mildred Cobb and son, Bill. I team will play at the. Vrs, in Dundee., Mrs. S. M. Mott r
have returned homeWest 'school: Friday at 7 ;m. returned home .
to their in' gym p. with them after a ,
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a change Palm Beach after a month's I Whitehouse has been invited to week visit with Mr. and Mrs.I I N'3' L .

visit here with her parents, Mr. play with them. A fellowship Waters. 4
and Mrs. Jim Bridges and son. meeting will be held at the parsonage Mr..'and Mrs. Wilbur Batry and J ohl

when change to Ilal. after the game. baby of Gainesville were Sunday r.
you Mrs. Evelyn Liles and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp enjoyeda luncheon guests of his parents, Hr',.

I Jerry, have returned to their fishing trip last .weekend Mr.. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry. .
home in Dashi, Ala., after a two j i!Cross Creek: j Mrs: .Mattie Barry has returned rNl'InH; $2495

.1 weeks visit her with her patents Mayor Haydon Burns, candidate 'home after a week with her li i?
'pSD I I
\11'. and Mrs. Jim Bridges.A for governor, made a public granddaughter, Mrs. Bill Hendrix, I ti
".... committee from the WSCSof address at 3:30: p. m. Monday at in Ja::ksonville. )i II t 1 CASH

the Baldwin Methodist Church I: the City Hall- A nice crowd turn- j Mrs. Jackie Clark and son PRICE

net Monday at the home of Mrs. 'ed out for this event. 'Butch andMrs., Lloyd. Barry were rp Sl .
Koolmotor Travis Clark to make plans fore Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lewis were Saturday night guests of Mr..and V &t:

Southern Wood dinner to be t recent visitors in Miami with Mrs,.Jimmy Crosby in Starke.

.wV given in the near future. I their daughter, Mrs. Louise Corn- I Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stokes and SOUTHERN l BELLE

Increased The regular meeting of the O- ish. t[sons of Jacksonville and Mr. and The whole family will enjoy this beautiful new model with
,, '< gasolene mileage E. S. was held Monday night in 1 Mrs. R. C. Lewis spent several I Mrs. Junior Stokes and children its deep, comfortable front porch.
the Masonic Hall. i days last week in St. Luke's Hos- J of Alachua visited Mrs. H. E. -
2. Increased engine power Mary Elizabeth and Andrew Bell I Plta1'In. Jacksonville. 'I Stokes Sunday. .
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("" of Jacksonville visited Sundaytfthjkfr. j I We are glad that Miss Lula 1 Little .Billy Bigham returned i
3.-De sm oil consumptions. WJ. Bell and !Mae Rejnolds is improved aftersuffering' home Sunday after I
....._ andjMrs. visiting with Show.
'l' 'J- l- Miss' The Big' .
family, J I 'with' 'an'infectedtobtli.1i itlstuauirt;"Mt3."i1'dY-d""rpVood:; f 1n fi- ._ ,, -r-_ .Don.t <_ ... rN

t \ 4. Decreased engine knock Rev. and Mrs. Billye Andrewsct ,i Mrs. Betty Bladen spent last Jacksonville for a week. 1I &I

I Marietta "wee supper guests of;weekend with friends in Savan- .lvlr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham_ Jr. .
I 5. Decreased" ., engine. wear Kev. and Mrs Billye Pattersonlast I rah,. Ga. I and children enjoyed a luncheoncelebrating E\ery.Sd. 5:30 PJM. WJXTTJacJ..!OD\ille Ch. .4
Friday night. Miss Mary Kilgore of Maxvillewas 't Mrs. Bigham's birthday 1
Feafuri'g i the Famous Radio and TV Stan >
The, WSCS.of the, Baldwin.Me- I an overnight guest last at the home ol: her pal'ents'l I
Cities Service 5D: Koolmotor + ibodist Church met at ',the 'home 1 Thursday of Miss Donna Faye'' Mr. 'and Mrs: L. L. 'Hard e Sr- in r.

e""i'Q of Mrs. John Bennion on Tuesday Fouraker. Jacksonville .Sunday i'; actually does tfhe work of several ;jt'ght and began a study of 'the j I I }sir. and Mrs. Raymond Winn", kr'the occasion we, e the;= Lloyd and their Clinch Mountain Boys g

grades motor oil to I Portrait of' Luke"', which is be- 1 acid daughter of Mullins, SC.. IWood! family:' and friend: Carol, of "
you maximum protection .,)g taught by Rev. .Bennion. spent last weekend, he e with Jacksonville and Mr::ind:'.Mrs. R. n.
"ro. Everyone is welcome to attend :Mrs. .Winn's brother-in-law and|rA, Guest and daughter'Susie' of\
xfor starting warm-up 1 andcruisingthe these studies.J. iister.. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ed Nashville, Ga. ,; ,

three daily driving U. Conner was operated on I!wards. / 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of If you OVVTI your lot, ,no matter where it is, ,you too ran own your

ranges, I t I :aft:: Thursday morning in .St. i The Orange Street Brotherhood Gainesville were Sonday luncheon. own homo '. no money down and your monthly ra111f'nt'l01 be
Vincent's, Hospital and seems .to met .Monday night at the Church.Rev guests of her parents, Mr. and I tuner 'than 'the rent .
1 are now paying.Every
be getting along nicely. :I' and Mrs. Tom Harper and lairs'i M. O.: Harrell '
STOP IN THIS WEEK! Freeman Pringleof '''Miami is I daughter plan to visit friends in i iI Mrs. W. T.: Blair and Mrs. Ro-1 j year, thousand rome. to WALTER. with their building prob.

visiting his brother and .sister-in-: : Naples the first of next week.. t e Douglas attended funeral services Iem>>. If you are still' renting or jou're living. in crowded, conditions .
I '
law Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pringle I Mrs.. L. Watts and daughter, for the latter's brother,-Mr. move out and move into jour home within weeks.Come .
SILCOX Mr, and Mrs. R., V. Bradley J(I Beverly, had as her guests last; MrCloud, Sunday. afternoon. in 1
iave returned to Jacksonville Thursday her niece, Mrs. Albert lake Butler. 1 by, write or rail UH roller to week's visit here with Mrs, Zancho, and her friend, Mrs. No- Miss Linda Sue Thomas '
after a was V go over the entire plan with you Or send for our brochure Illustrating
Bradley's parents, Mr and. Mrs. lan of Tallahassee. They brougnt ricer 1'.eekend, guest '"of Miss Kay I, many of'our models.QUALITY .
CITIES! @ SERVICE Harrell: Bennett. 1 I Mrs. Watt's sister, Mrs. 'Walter Emerson' in Bland. ::1
Mrs. Jim Bridges returned, Friday :,' Harms, down for a visit with Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and I -
after spending 'a week \with jWattst: daughter. Robbin 'Jacksonville i

705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. 'i her brother and sister-in-law 11 I Miss Judy Spence and''Peanut arid Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genovar I I FEATURES OF JIM WALTER HOMES

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hunter. in .Fouraker' won blue ribbons Sunday and children of Gainesville were ]
I I in the cowhide races at Marietta weekend guests of their .mother I Mortgage, insurance at no extra cost All financing handled for you 7

_.. -,, II I at the Horse-Frolics sponsored !Mrs; Groover Thomas .
[ : Sunday I' First year fire insurance included with Low, low monthly) payments
I by the Sheriffs Posse of Duval iafternoori' Mr. and Mrs'Wilbur '
County. ,Judy also won a wh.it.e.. Thomas of Gainesville visited your homeAluminum e. Over 40,000 satisfied customers'

V ul arge car!" |;ribbon in another race. with his mother,i{!!rs. Thomas i awning windows (such as
Built lot farm lake site
Caf Mr and Mrs. R. C.. Taylor "' 1 on your or
\ i iAJJss Lucretia .Corobee and found in $18,000( homes)
1 \\_- .;-' :' .. !Jacksonville and Mr.. and.) ''Mi it Unive Thorten -or JackSon- ; property .
5".P 1" Claude Rhoden of Glen St. Of1]'vme}were :' l Full-lengtrj aluminum! I screens
re .car. ;:; weekend;r&uists oTLueretias o By adding your sheetrock wiring,
III a and Mrs: W. C. Taylor were Mr. Mrs.I
parents, and
"ymallcar1! t! '. Two coats top grade ext norpamt and decorating the inside
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her guests of Mr. and Mrs ,i Warren .n..u e. ., .
II, 'r f fIi Harvey and daughter; ,Wanda'' Mr.,and.Mrs.. R. T. Taylor of Tongue and groove flooring yourself-you save up to 70%

..a" car!" arge Car 1" j!'Sunday.Mr.,and Mrs.'Bubba' Harris; had.' !I','Wejthington 1a ys luncheon Springs guests .,?of weie Mr. Sun-and I Your home paid for in only 6 years or v. Now! Get your sheetrock( financed with

s.. '. .. 1 !their 1951 Chevrolet stolen: from J!jVarren Mizelle. 'I less your homeA

F A. V I! them while they were att ncUmt'lchurch ) ] Miss Priscilla. McGill of Worthington j home to meet any families requirementsand
. VI i! 'Sunday night. The vehicle ;,J Springs' w .S'the"'' Sunday- ; VV/ any families budget. Why continue to pay

I It has not:jet been found. gust of Miss Karen Mizelle.Mjs !
: i rent, when for ,the cost of a four cent stamp
Dorsey" fiotes., local. insurance;t. W. F. Bushloper ,and I the JIM WALTER folks will explain how you

... man"has"qualified, ; for the office ,daughter: Nancy o.( Jacksonville : ran change your rent payment Into house
l of Jusice of Peace, DecU.'3': par wtjS'V, weekend guests: of her par- I
val County. cU Mr. and Air s..N. J.. Daris. !
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Mr"and Mrs. Qlin Parrish of i -
THE RIGHT' PINT for the Worthington Springs..we'eFrldayluncheon 1 t e CUP AND MAIL TODAY, I I
t I Mail Ie the. ....,..t Y"
I \. way you mite. Come"In and M. guests & Mr. : and Mrs. JIM ,CODOUtJON.

'- g.'T .-. t feet your favorite ESTERBBOOK: E. W.Hodges' Sr.** 'I I I MI JnUrtrttd WAITER; in ewmnf a Jim Walls lame. * TKT.FOKAWT. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers and
Fmmtaln pelt iafornufion.l
t r ., ." j I more .
t 1 k .I son of Jacksonville'were weekend i, I I ti,.. a eW W t. "'Y.IoI........Of4t
1 c ri (exit JadcrtT C.ort I.' .AB guests of her,parepts, Mr. and sand ttf.fur..O

In Far re-Bradford Estate -of.r..tr.-.FJ.Id Adam T. Green. Mri..E. W. Hodges Sr. i. I j "Plata Jtr.,a ,.,.,... .*,!' td.a 1M. ._........... O I
Basic tastes la cars van widely. But most people deeen .d. I Mrs Bobbie 'Belcher and Miss'!. Nam.IddrN. .

agree on what is best i iq ear,fiu clul-'Befor. your All..YOTir-E creditors TO.,of PITORS the estate of, Beverly Hobble 'o!.., ,Jacksonvillewere I / I II
ram. T. Green deceased, ..rt> \lereb Saturday guests ,of Mr. and I I IL
family buys any car, get the nwy-swttf ftjnre- ndtitfed:: and reqarred to file any Mr's1E. W. 'Hodges Sr. I -f! ; rouf_
plains or demands. which they may I
facts about a bank auto loan from us. co'meT..aid. i have against said estate In the office Mrs: Carlt Edwards and daughters IL ..:........----r--..........
1 of the county judge of Brad-! of Gainesville were .wee'tend
see us tfeis week! .. fort ,County Florida, to the fMtft-j
i hou.eV at Starke. Florida. within gue ts' f"her parents*. Mr. and if rT'S A QUALITY, SHELL HOilt..irS JIM WALTER HOUll
eight calendar months from the' Mr E.: W. Hodges. )

." dat.notice. of Each the ,first claim publication or demand {.nnrt this! Lth ,and Mrs. Curtis Chambers
h in: writing and man state the j and' gaildrea of Gainesville! were
plar or" ,residence" and' port-of flee the Sunday luncheon guests of I J'IM WALTERJACKSONVILLE CIBP.
: addreiM of the eta mant and } '
besworn tw by..lift,claimant) bls .tj.e. El! : W. HodesSr.Doris ,
rFLO 1 DA: fcgent, or his attorney,.or it _win, Carter' of Lake City was t
h eome. Told according to law. '
.. .February Ikth. U60. t the Friday 'guest of his sister] -
-> 'Sf Robert O.. Or*t. I Mrs L.Mamie .Hodges. ,FLA.
'OA.'tJt.: : A'I- .st JtK E '" ROBERT-O.'.CREEV. : t :-'ALT.and Mrs. Al.Rain,of .High a
em o--'u" MMKt'or'TMIFtOaDANATIOaalGADUF'YIaatIFOLUIDEFONT1.WauCCOAP, : '. Admini4tratdr'bf
., ... First; 1 Publication. ,, ":.,oa.:'::Ftbru'f'+: ',- eoJx,guests of her mother; .. '
'- .c t.tb"l"O.. -- --- w IV 1 Mamie Hodges.' . _. ._ . n"l.= : .: : : : : .. _
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Methodist Church ,.......r. ntm yy nr.e on Sunday, :March 27. All former i i I But we do meet at 7 .'
; p. m. instead Wednesday at 7 p. m. I enough ,of !us around Clay Hill to
pastors of the church are especially of 7:30, so if you want to be therein We have had help with our have a"--face long column in the

( I Schedule for week of March GRAHAMMr I invited to be with us.. All. time for the singing come at 7. news this week asall' can see. :Starke and: Green Cove papers if

13: former members too. We had 57>> in Sunday Schoolat Thaw to Susie Padgett for helping everyone will cooperate and give

CHURCH NEWS Sunday Church School, 9:45: *. John McKiuurj -The land was cleared off and Highland last Sunday morning. us out with this. There are the news:t :me or Susie. Thanks.
( a m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m- plans' laid last Saturday'for erect- Our beginner class won the ban- ,

f Snack Supper for MYF, 6 p. m. a& .. &&... &.................'u, icn' of the pastorium at Highland.By ner again. I .. I

Youth- meetings. 6:30: p. m.-Even Vincent McKinney of Wauchula- Saturday March 12, the The Brotherhood and WMU will

ing Worship, 7:30 p. m. spent the weekend with his 'par' foundation and all ground work meet the fourth Thursday night -

Presbyterian Church At The Tabernacle) TuesdayMonthly business. ents, Mr. and Mrs. John McKin- will be completed we hope.'This is I in each month. All .are invited to \\Vin A $50 Bond! .
and program meeting of WSCS in I|I ncy. They were dinner guests of all volunteer work so if you want. attend. Prayer meeting each .

Sunday Church School, 9:45 '1 The church bell was the only, the sanctuary, 10 a. m- '' Mi. and Mrs. V. L McKinney in I ty help with it you"are more than I \

a.m. Morning Worship, 11 WednesdayPrayer meeting .Gainesville Sunday. Welcome- Donations for the build: : RADIO I
a.m thing that refused to function at, I I Submit your entry now in the
."A Service of Joyful Praise and the Gospel Tabernacle during the I and Bible study, 7:30 p. m. Rev.!' Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,Klein of wig are coming in nicely, and alII I

Dedication. Youth Fellowship, 6p.m. cold weather. Meeting continued i i Cerrado Martinez, a native Cuban Lawtey were visiting Mr and ,contributions are most welcome.. DEVOTIONAL Chamber of Commerce Contest for '

Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m., as, usual through the week with mister, will attend. lima! Jonn McKinney Thursday Dick Starling-gave us a clipping II
Thursday ,Prayer group in from The Telegraph Sunday "Trade at Home Slogan."
"Great Voices of Faith; Martin Sunday message by the sponsor, night. Ji i)4 1J'J.nose'on WRGR .
Ladies Classroom 9:30: a. night, saying the time for evening -
,!.uth r, a harophone solo and other special the sick list this week'I I
Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30: m'l services should be corrected. I Speaker for Week of
Tuesday-Church School teachers are Dir: and Mrs.
music.A Berry Dyal, All entries ,
I i must be in by March 15. AU 15
m. ?his should have been done when .persons
meeting, 7:30: pan. sunshine bag has been pre- ,II Mrs. Irene Ratliff and Mr and I DL4R.14.19 .
Wednesday Circle 2 meets pared and delivered to a shut-in I Saturday Chicken dinner in ,Mis. Albert Willis. Horace. Cain istill the time'_was changed back to 7 .
with Mrs. E. M. Davis; 9:30: a.m. member by the Ladies Auxiliary, I Fellowship Hall 5 to 8 p. m.. 2> the same. p. m. and it is a little late in the I REV. JACK MABRY years .or older' may enter. >',

Men's Banquet, Jacksonville 6:30 and another bag is being planned.lIADISOS sponsored by Senior Methodist t LET'S GET STARTEDI [day to make this change now asa I ,7:50: AM. ttr - -. tits -
Youth Fellowship. Tickets $1 and would like to pass this question :E will .soon go back to this time.
,p.m.Friday 50 cents. I MAIL TO CHAMBER O.F COMMERCE, STARKESuggested
-Choir practice, 8 p.m.St. STREET BAPTIST I on to you? Why can't Graham

CHURCH have an organization to help Date-_-__________
Mark's EpiscoaalB : 900 Block W. Madison St. I i
every: one of you who lives here .
Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood,
Located 7 miles south of Starkeon WO 4-2600
Eaymnnd "". MacBlntav should ask yourself this question. slogan ((10 words or less):

Sunday (;Services 9:45: a.m.. Superintendent.Morning Worship, 11:00.: Cuthbert Route pastor.100. Rev. Samuel S'I We could have a garden club like DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home .: ;-".;.,<..,
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Church School Training Union 6:15: Jim Harden other small towns, and there are .
; 11:00 a.m.. Morn Church School 10 a. m. Morn- DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director !
ting Prayer and Sermon. Director. ins Worship, 11 ,a. m. Trainng other organizations that we could I -------------------------------------------------.---------
Holy Communion-First Sunday Evening Worship 7:30.: Union, 7 Evening Worship I have also. All we need is for the Starke, Fla. ,
11:00 Third Wednesday Meeting p. m. i older people in our town to start I Name --_______ "--________
y'30, a.m.: a.m.; Sunday, 7:30. Prayer 8 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting the ball: rolling.. The young people Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches, I
7:30 ,p. m. Choir practice .
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Wednesday-7.DO P.m. Choir J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor. Wednesday 8:30: p. m. ,, would help, but we need the -
[Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany and older: people to start firt. ----- -

,Bible Study IIIWAY CIIAPEL CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Our little town could have -

ASSEMBLY OF GODD. LATTER DAY SAINTS street lights, a mayor, and other

FIRST CHRISTIAN P. Burgess, Pastor officials. Now I asked the older
CHI/RCH/ Services each Bandar in old r THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE
Cor. Call & Christian Streets Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun people this 'question: Why don't .. CHURCH
you get together and start sucha
Bob L.Badntt. Minister Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even- (day School 10 a. m. Sacrament club. It would not take very .. .
geiistic Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Service 6:30: p. Everyone welcome ].I "
Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Worship n.uch of your time ,each week or
and Communion. 10:45: a- m. weekly prayer service, 7:45: month. Most of us have telephones -

Chi Rho, 5 p., m. Choir Practice ; that would not take five
,6 p jn. CYF 7 p. m. seconds to call other people and
Wednesday 7:30 New
: p. m. make arrangements to meet. I Gtl1
"Training' for Service. EL Massey. Pastor Sunday -' Sunday School, 9:45: know myself that would be more
Bible school, 10 a. m. a. m., Morning Worship, 11 a. m., than
glad to
help, and others ,
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching, 11 a. m. I Evening Service 7:30: p- m. would do the same. a
Evening Service, 7:30 m. Wednesday Youth r ,:
p Fellow-
Sunday School 10 a. m. Mornlng Some of you may be laughing
Bible Studv and Prayer Meet "Ciiip and Choir Practice. 7:30 rr
Worship 11 p.
; a. m. Training
ri3ht! this minute, but I think its
]ing, 7:30:: pm., Wednesday.
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship I. } a serious matter. If you would Z Y
Radio program, 8 to 8:30 a.
7:30 p. m. like to help start a'club -
just call
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, aj. each Sunday over station ... yyyyy. d f ,s ... .u
JVRGR, Starke. m.STATE me at this number, 2377. I hope v 4 r.
Pi.30 p.jm.Pastor. some of you will try to help: IiI f

,' Rev. Barney Sweat. HIGHLAND FARM am not at home, talk to other ,. d ; t

Everyone.. Welcome.PENTECOSTAL BAPTIST CHURCH people so they can help too. How 3 G

OLlNES8 By Mrs. O. E. Crosby about it? Let's get a club startedto I J '
Sunday School ":45 a. m I
help our community.TVffyrvvvvvvyrrff.
CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a. m. and 'AAA 1Wt+AW.AA.AA .. p,, : ,,,.,.
Sundry School, It a. m.; Mom 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each ..
: It's a girl for Hr. and Mrs.&bert' Ty
Jng Worship, Ja.. m.; EvangeVatic1 Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. h vy;
services, 7:30 o. m. George Chism pastor. Everybody Turner. The young lady I ., ,
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Wednesday Prvyv Meeting welcome. lias been named Claire. We join NORTH SIDE 1 ? p q

in congratulations to the Turners. ::..:.

MISSIONARY) BAPTIST CHURCH OF GOO I Mr and Mrs. J, D. Griffis are By Airs. John CowartUaawaaaaat.ai.avaa.vu '>?.s' :, .
t the proud parents of nice ;E' .
a big .< .
Sunday School 0:45: ajn. Mornng Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn ,. >
*"* baby boy. Congratulations to '. : .
;, T8hlp tl' a.m. Evening Ing Worship, 11 a. m: Sunday thfm, 'too. The WMU service was attended ,F a ,
_ Service 7:30 pjh. Prayer Meeting Evening Service. 7:45: m. YPB I
p. by 15 ladies
Mr. Gamble is confined to his Monday night at ',
;each 7:30
Wednesday p.m. Every. Service 7:45 ,,
:' Wednesday, p. m home with the home of Mrs. Irene Odom atihfc
one welcome,-Kev. H. H. Mott Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m mumps ,..
pastor.. Little Donna Johns is a patient State Farm-- After the business >
'N. i
in Lake Butler Hospital with flu. meeting a surprise stork ,

St. Edward's Catholic Churcb CHURCH OF CHRIST Mr: and Mrs. Lewis Marton shower was given for the WMU Y 3 >.
Charles Thorpe, Minister president, Mrs. Cowart who.wasuttable
Starke, Florida and children visited relatives in J.
Bible Study, 10 a. m. Preaching!Jacksonville last Sunday. to be at the meeting due :. r .. ? .a 'i
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Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. anti Communion a. m. Evening Sunday Dinner guests of Mr. to illness. Refreshments were served ;::.

Holyday Masses it 8:30: a. m.'& Service 6:30: p. m. Midweek Bible and Mrs. O. E. Crosby were their by the hostess.

5:30 p. m.Weekday. I Study each Wednesday 7:30 p. m. sor and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sappo / d+rgq oo; ;> ;, ;.;%t.N9'k ',a.,.. THE ALL CHURCH FOR THE FOR CHURCH ALL .

Mass at 8:00: a. m. Mrs. Sherman Crosby and chil Daytona were weekend guestsof xs s'H
The Church D..C
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 dren of Jacksonville. :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sano. I greatest Mailh I
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn* for the .building. of character a ad
p. m. Mrs Francis Lewis and children I Mr. and Mrs. John Aguaire and I good citizenship. It is storehouse of

Baptisms marriages and !instructions Ing Worship 11 a, m. Training were weekend guests of her Nancy of Jacksonville visited re-l If someone were to deprive you of the right of spiritual; iluei.Without a ilrong Church,

,by ,appointment. Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. .ltiveshere Saturday. I ( 'relaxation you would be a slave. either democracy nor'uviliuitoe enMirvivt
shIp 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer Crews Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz and ; There\ are four toimd f'asoasvhj

EVERGREEN Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Coy Alvarez of Palatka spent Mr. and Mrs. M.: Hess visited in '- ,,''f- Yet relaxation itself can,enslave us! '. crag penoi should' al/cad,' services

BAPfTST CHURCH Everyone welcome. the weekend with his parents, Gainesville Monday. '. >.." regularly! and support die Church. They .

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Alvarez.If Mrs. Myrtle Alvarez, Mrs. Alma '<;.. ." Nero is a villain of history because he fiddled while are: (I) For his ovi tale. (2) For huchildren't
((3).1) ute f hit
li a. m. Training, Union 6:30: CHUBCH anyone has any news, please Thompson, and Mrs.. P. B. Johns ; -.J.; ..., .- Rome burned. He couldn't have put dub the fire . community and ahen. ((4) Fordx. ute 0

p. preaching 7:30: p. m; Prayer Sunday chool, 10 a. m. Worship call or drop it in the mail box, as visited Mother Suggs and George (. .,but what a colossally. stupid time to relax! of the Church ibelf., which,, Meek hit
Mwtlnt |
Ww ,,
r sdaw 7sn r>. m. Shuford in St.. Vincent's ''
Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv'i many of our residents have moved Hospital moral aid material wpporL Plat la go t
Wednesdtf Bible study, 7'30 **. p. m. Prayer Meeting cab into the new housing units and last Friday.Mr. "'' .- t sz.; 'There are hours in every week when we need to to church: regularly" aid read yetr B'tl\ : :

p. m. i Wednesday 7:80: p.m. do not have,a telephone yet. and Mrs. Russell Carter "z. i relax.: And .there are. hours that challenge our mightiest daily. !
i spent the weekend with theirfconinlaw I .. :7 : effort. '
I -I ; Book
Pay CLap Vem
and daughter, Mr. and r,.. .
Mrs. J. A. Candella, in Jackson ':.; = It is like those hours when, with millions the world Sunda,* 2 Kings 12 M!
< i Monday Deuteroooay 1-14
vine "J over we have opportunity to seek in our churches Tuesday Deuktooomy 5 I 1-21 .

REV IV AL Ronnie Norman is home from .Jrlc. ., .. truth faith God.! Thursday Wedoesday Deuteronomy Deuteronomy! 14( lag 1-14.'... ..._t ,

Bradford Hospital now and we .' Friday Deuteronomy 7 I 1-1(i' ',
Deuteronomy 120These ;: -
are glad to report he is able to The value I of relaxation is unquestionable.! But thes'i'r

see with the aid of glasses. Let's : value of religious and moral growth is suprcntcl .

be careful with BB guns, chil- \ .

dren. COPT.i iht Hit.Kiutn........S mc*.$I."u.,.V*. .; .\ ,'; '

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BEGINS SUNDAY FOR ONE WEEK lirst chickens, around 8,000 last '.. '.-: .'..- .;J' < .; '.
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Friday. Surely hope they .have ,
"' great success in this project. {! A.DISTRIBUTOR 't :
>,, MARCH 13 2 0 The Floyd Johns family visited<< GASOLINE CREASE .:;
.. friends in Georgia last Sunday. ., '
D. D. Ball was out from Jack- FOil '

.' sonville last ,Friday night cat LUBRICATIONOILS MINERAL ,
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\ hunting. These men do us folksin ;J

< i this section a great iavor, by- ..: SPIRITS, ". ,
,. J,' killing off these ferocious wild .* -
"" HH mum 'I' :?
r< cats.We ro 1, J'. :, :
heard the State Revenue FIRESTONE TIRES
.t *,, *. .. INSECTICIDES- .
officers were working in this sec i ---
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ae J tion again last week and captur- Y .
dl some. of the men they had FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL : jtStarke '

been watching for. '
i Betty Brumbeiow' of Jackson- I Madison .and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9.2011 Fla.:

< ville visited Dad and Mom Strick- j

land last weekend. I 1.
; a t 2 A. r Visitors at the Yougan Padgett .;' .: ,
: >. :' ,
a : hcine during weekend were I
.the .
Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Padgett and

,.. r family of Lawtey, Denvil and I / '

.; ,, ; ,, n : ,w., o Wayne Crews of Lawtey, and i Real Estate Associate Store Barber Shop

: Frank Herndon of Highland. -
; ,;
I Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin of

Manville spent Saturday night
', >
\ with. the Willie Padgetts.

.. r There' will be preaching services Denmark Furniture COa. GEM TERWILLEGAR'

u at the Padgett Church, at Pads I .JEWELRY MOTORS

gett Cemetery Sunday afternoon. .

March 13, at 2:30.: This will be a .. Of Starke Your Authorized Ford Dealer
Clyde Kendall dedicatory service conducted by .
Rex. J. L. Strickland. Everybody -.

mvited. I E. .. I '

I DAILY I 10:00: A. M. 7:30: P. M. .(urclx Our beloved is, in the pastor Baptist of Highland Hospitalin 'I't EDWARDS. ..GIB BROWN'S Community State. Bank

Jacksonville to be treated for I Station
Grocery and MarketService Of Starke 1
a stomach infection, He asks the J l

'.. Nursery Open All Services ayers of,all.Homecoming. '1 !jl a ,

< services wflT beheld r

at ffgh{ nd,.:Baptist'ChurCh J,



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