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 17, 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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i e s Ordinances providing for the for each 1,000 thereafter. The $
high noon deadline
adoption of a new City code and sewer service charge was set at
for in the 1960 court-
increased charges for water and $i.50 per month for residential _
: aoi.se sweepstakes saw few last
I sewer service were passed by City. aid $$ per month commercial.The ip''f"r '
aMs : :ulnute surprise entries five offices
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r ti, Council at its meeting here Tues- ordinance provides that 65 *
unopposed and hotly con-
4a \ day night. cents from each water bill (repre- go
J -. tested races looming for Sheriff
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JI t wrw The ordinance setting rate increases renting: the difference between the
+9 r and Tax Collector.As .
JI I fixes the new minimum present minimum charge of $1.33 Their
I '- r charge for water at $2 for the and the new'minimum, of $2)), Sunday the hands. or the clock near-

:.KG. \ ;t. first 5,000 gallons and 20 cents together with the entire new sewer ed 12, a jovial group of wellwishers
i a, s Biggest'_ smiles In the courthouse at noon Tuesday' were gathered in' the clerk's office
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charge, and one-half of the
Hours Aoart \ present ten per cent utility tax I those 1! exhibited by unopposed candidates as hands .of the clock (qualifying headquarters). to con-

be deposited in an improvement I j reached 1%. Left to .right: Marian L. Crosby, T. .\. Yawn, gratulate County Judge T. A.

fund for use on sewer lines, Water j' Charles A. Darby, Gene Long Harmon P. Morgan. Yawn Tax Assessor Gene Long
7 -: system, and streets. Provision isi 1 i School Superintendent H P. Morgan -

Car-Train Crashes "" Ir also made that the balance of approximately --,--_.__._- -- Clerk Charles A. Darby and

'" $5,700 still due on r-s: "" .:; ,, Registration Supervisor Marian
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; 3c the,new fire truck be paid out of: t..::. ., > L. Crosby, all unopposed..

r r this fund. ti. .W -.;- i "->," The entry of H. A. Lawson for
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Take 2 LivesBy City Attorney A. J, Thomas Jr his second try at the Sheriff's of-
fice incumbent P. D. Reddish
said that.the new City code great- L gave

ly expands the scope of cases that k another running mate in additionto

:,- can be tried in Mayor's Court. He Jennings Starling. Lawson is

said the sY a local meat dealer and School
strange coincidence, freignt tine: of 477 feet before it rolled new C9de gives the city
( court: concurrent jurisdiction with I Board member, while; Starling'farms
train-automobile collisions took Ifrom i jn front of the engine,
at Graham and is a fonnermember
County Judge's
Court on misdemeanors b
more than a block from where
the lives of two q men Tuesday Ute crash occurred. (violations punishable by of the Florida Highway

morning in accidents at Starke up to a year in prison). Council Patrol. Sheriff Reddish is completingNhis -
Police said.that Mitchell'shearing ,yx{,
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end Waldo within the space of : had been impaired in : approved his suggestion that a set Reddish Starting; Lawson I third term in ofice.

four hours .uiother accident several years .Ilf of 1959 Florida Statutes at a cost I I Jim Chasteen, Starke farm sup

The Starke mishap that killed ago when he overturned a car r ",<. -..<_'c.. ; ;."7. ; of approximately $18, be purchased Three-Cornered Sheriff's\ RaceA ply dealer, qualified as running- ,

one man ,and put another on ou the curve of SR 100 at the : ) :: ;; 1, ;' > .. for the Mayor's. office.Chairman'Kandal i mate against' incumbent J, R.

the critical list at Bradford city power plant. It was possible, ) : .IT ... 1I1 Chitty asked' hotly contested sheriffs race win add zest to a campaign Kelly in what is expected to be

County Hospital, occurred at they said he did not hear the and received. ; 'permission to in- a spirited. race for the office of
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H:45 frieight .-'- Tax Collector Kelly is completing
: when northbound signal; for this reason. yite a representative the Federal Democratic Committee
Hill meet to
No. 88 nosed into the side of a Minister A Victim Ambulaice attendants (upper left) lift body of accident Housing Authority to meet Friday afternoon his third term in office. .

passenger car at the JeffersonSt. The Waldo fatality occurred victim onto stretcher after fatal car-train collision here Tuesday with Council before a definite decision set dates for precinct rallies W. E. Lawson, ,soft drink distributor -

crossing when Rev. ,Lower photo shows another view of wrecked car that was is made to_ put the question! I was a surprise'' entry in
Robert A. Haines,
Instantly killed was John Rus11 36'1 dragged for more than a city block. of low rent housing for Starke tot Bradford FFA :T. J. Holland I II the race for School Board. Dist. 2

Robins fir... AO._, a painter: .. was killed while taking his a 'referendum vote. j I New I I3outh
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who had lived in Starke only a children; Richard Larry, 13, and I iilla. He has another son who Wee Hunt Chitty has been pushing for, Wins SoilJudging incumbent W. C. (BOlyl Powell

short lime. Critically injuredwas Mary Ellen. 12, to school. The :attends high school in Gaines- appointment! of a' local Housing! I Hart FurnitureT. '.i who qualified for re-election.
the driver of the Giles car he driving collided with ville. i Other
car, was Authority by, Mayor W. T. Jack- contested races, remained
OrchestraTo J. Holland the new
Henry Mitchell 29, also a painter f.n SAL diesel engine at the'Rai- Survivors Listed I son at Council- meetings for theput Event'I I managerof the same, with no new entries:

and son-in-law of the accident k-rd Street crossing just southof Besides his two daughters in I f 'several months.. Jackson i m I Hart Furniture Co. in Starke,: County Commissioner, Dist. 1:

victim. Both men residedin Waldo city limits. S'arke, Mrs. Lucille Mitchell and 1 I Play HerePee eol.mtered'Tuesd: night with'the The. Bradford Chapter FFAJ! retired :March 15 after 20 years'! Harold Norman, Incumbent;'. andJ
Mrs. Pauline Tester Robins is team the district Soil Judg- :
Bullington Apartments. 208 Haines was rushed to Alachua suggested won. service with the U. S. Navy. At C. Prevail.
Wee Hunt and his 'orches- that a referendum beheld '
N.Cherry SU General l but survived by two sons and another 1113 Contest held March 1 at the I
Hospital, was pro- :on :the grounds. that ,he and l I j) the time of retirement he was County Commissioner, Dist 3:
Police that Giles dead The ,daughter one brother and .two tra, a nationally known name }! .'
reported was on arrivaL Lawton W.
the Council'were not sufficiently Crawford farm near !!' Chief Officer.Mr. Hogan; Smith W. H. (Bill)
craving his 1952 Studebaker sedan children suffered only minor in-: sisters and his mother, all liv- band,, will play for a benefit Can- informed'' all aspects of the I I Starke. The team will compete: a Petty Graham, and Seeber D. Goodman.

east on Jefferson' Street, j lies, ing out' 'of state. cer Fund dance here' on. Thursday Federal'! housing to make t I j: Holland is a native"of. Ken- ,. .( .k gn "otsfc 5,-
at1l.1.; ahparQ fly di L 01'I..v:Hates was.mployEttiai4tnnaJttSmist _Tier: vasjjornMaj? ai,':1910. inLebanorfV ;April 1 Location of'thf-ctnt'\Y' atitectsidn: : ,! program __ j in! tit U.ta tuwl ...be heldin ;I; tucky-,->ant has- 11 ed"fin Florida Russell H./Green Jrrt and Zedra

hear the electric 'signal l 'a ,''t it! 'at Sperry Electronic Tube a., a1lfthe body will will be ,announced, later. Gainesville April 1. j| since 1950 While in Jacksonville Hamilton. T \
be returned there for ,bwi l. Chitty said that information had Members of the team he worked part time, before his .
railroad crossing. Mitchell's car(Division in Gainesville and also Hunt whose trombone I.I are: ,Ii : eSghoolBoard, Dist.4;. J.' D.
Funeral will be held there sun. playingis been gathered, ,and. preliminary with the home store of
Wayne'Swartz. J| discharge
was on the track when struck by I j served: as pastor of the Orange i Daniel Alvarez,|, Griffis and Rodney Hall.
day He was a member of the considered tops by jazz enthusi- steps taken for the past year and I, | Hart Furniture i Co.
the front engine of the 117-car l Heights Baptist Church in Waldo. asts, with Percy Moody; and Arthur Red- i
was formerly Glenn that he saw no reason for further !
freight train. The automobile was I IAt the time of the accident Baptist Church. Gray Casa Loma Orchestra, and delay: in appointment' of the Au dmg. j I II Mr, Holland has a wife and tWOj'' FFA Steers .

pushed along the traci for a dis-. Hames wife was visiting in Uma- has many hit records to his credit. .thority.. He was given the nod I Both local FFA chapters are sons, Michael 14, and Keith, 5'j

1 W. C. Powell The committee in charge '6f the by' other "Councilmen to invitea at present busy landscaping f fSiounds I who will. -move to. .Starke. in lSold.At Show

t dance is composed of: Mr. andMis. representative from the Federal around the new BHSi; near future. He is a member of I
r Asks Re-election : 1 auditorium including grass i irpiigging. I Two Black Angus steers,entered
Mathews [chair- agency .here: to explain any details the Baptist Church, and a Mason.
I man), Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ter- that are still not clearly I ji j r by local FFA' Chapters in the

Jo School Post willegar Mr. and Mrs. Buddy i FFA and 4-H Fat Stock Show
i understood, Chitty suggested doing -
1 Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Junius S'mith. ,this before' a : definite de- Homestead Exemption 1!Fishing ContestTo !and Sale in Gainesville! last week

I AV. C. (Billy) Powell has qualified -! John Kopelousos, Mr. and Mrs.G. cision on whether or not to holda Deadline were bought by Winn-Dixie for

and announced his candidacy I J. Mt-Griff Jr., and Dr. SarahL. referendum.. ]! April ; Be Sponsored 1 1By 32 and 39 cents a pound. The
:: for re-election as School Board Wells. 'Grand Champion entered from
s Council approved a life] With the April 1 deadline just
member. District Two ,(South, group i,Trenton, sold for $1.01 cents a
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Starke). He is completing his Mrs. Viola Cheshire insurance ,plan, offered by Gulf: two weeks away, Tax Assessor( pound.

1..47 : I first term on the hoard 1 Life Insurance Co.', which offers Gene. Long'said yesterday there!i I I The larger local steer weighed
Succumbs Here city employees up to $3,000 life A committee to make final plans
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In announcing his candidacy i are still 204 property owners who! pounds and brought 39 cents,
ii a \Ir. Powell pledged to work for insurance for 7& cents per thous- for a fishing contest to be sponsored while the smaller one weighed
., received the ]
a rk Funeral services for Mrs. ViolaG. and per month. In order to be effective exemption last year I
the following : by the Chamber of Com- 830 pounds and sold for 32 centsa
program Cheshire mother the must have 75 Pert( but have not renewal I
of Mrs. Rob- plan !, yet signed '
U Up I Carry forward the school constructiop ert Starling of Starke were heldat cent participation by the city's 601 1 applications for 1960.: I merce will meet at noon Friday in I r two pound.animals Total was'realized$625. from the

..-.. plan which includes a 4:30 p. m.. Monday in >Peniel (approximate) employees. The employee -i also I'' the Garden Restaurant.L. I The
,.. at Long Urged persons who .. large steer was Judged
', ,. library and new classrooms C'nurch, Palatka, with burial in pays 75 per cent of the! B. (Red) Alvarez is serving fifth best in the show which
f ,. I Southside Elementary; new claSS- the cnurch cemetery.Mrs. cost which is handled )through! have bought .or built a new homejduring !; as chairman of the committee,I. bad 55 entries. .

9lA rooms at Lawtey; new classrooms Cheshire died Saturday in deductions 1959 and who have not applied -1
payroll and the city I : with the following members: Gene Allen Crews of the Bradford

.. and gymnasium at RPE High Bradford County Hospital. Be- pays 25 per cent. The insuranceis 'for'a homestead, exemption, Long, Harry Houston, Curtis Malone Chapter:(I was fourth in showman-
; t 4 School (to be done primarily with cJiies; her daughter. Mrs. in effect to be to do before '
t .Starling, only as long as the' sure so April 1. Dr. J. E. Denmark Vernon I,ship at the show
;. s.a f state funds.) .*he is survived by four other insured employed by the City. "We are not allowed to grant this Silcox, and Junior Chambers.A Fifteen local persons attended

Mr. Powell said. he woLld work daughters, one foster daughter Since the City has no enabling exemption unless application is total of $300 in prizes will be the banquet given in Gainesville! (

to intensify the maintenance, program three sisters, and five bhoth- .legislation allowing payment of its made by the owner," the assessor awarded and an entrance fee will on March 8 as a preliminary to

at all schools in ,the .county; (>1:5.: [Continued-on Page 61 said.Dojle be charged. the show.
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purchase new Busses with ,' u, u -

already available by next tern; Conner
3r Campaign
and maintain firm stand againstany

form of integration in the

school system. Picks Up Steam

Red Cross Fund u'9M'- rr P lI

Jet Plane Crashes Near Hampton Chairman Named', With Rally HereAn (j' _


Hampton residents are showr. FSF Cougar jet training plane Robert Edmondson, administrator friends enthusiastic and supporters motorcade left Starke of

viewing part of wreckage of f that crashed in Engineers Bay aaout of Bradford County Hospital last Saturday morning for Tampa
has accepted chairmanship' the
_ a quarter of a mile northwestof 1960 Red Cross Fund Drive ,it where Doyle Conner Bradford
legislator and candidate for Com:
CHICKEN DINNER Hampton Jut Friday morning. was announced following a meeting _
missioner of Agriculture formally -
The pilot, Lf. Gene'Cliff of Jacksonville of volunteer workers lasrFri-
opened his campaign at a rally
Sponsored By and his! passenger. Cmdr. day afternoon.: The county's quola in the Palladium. '

Robert Coogan; Orange Park, -bail-for the 1960 drive is $2,000, a i
Senior M.Y.F.Sat. Conner supporters from all
I'Marge cent of which is used for
feet per
s. out at 39,000 and para- ports of Florida attended the we -
.. March. 19 chuted to safety. t lit said the i!,home service in Bradford 'County.I kick-off event and heard the

plane flamed out--and he was un-|I Advance gift letters-will be sent Starke businessman cite his work tid fl

5to 8 P.M ible to. relight it. He ordered Coo- out soon, and'plah for canvassing in the Legislature for better

:MethodistFellowship ;an to eject before he left the'I the business and residential areas schools agricultural legislation -

plane I himself.\ ,Both landed safely Tate ,being made; the chairman> urban renewal, public health andhighways

Hall ;m d were carried into Hampton!,'ald. Cooperation of. other ,towns as evidence of his qualifications -i-1 ___

oy a motorist. in the county will Also. be asked, I for the office of Com _
Adults $1.00Children Retired farmer Ira Lester (at i Edmondson. saidEdward : I missioner. ;TP

right in photo) said he was watch-, ;' r Vii' wt
Conner told his audience that __ __
50c, ing the plane and that a ball of,' N. Sharp I Ins legislative record shqhe
explosion fire appeared, and below it dived it, into then the an: Dies At Geneva, had always supported movements .f t
for better education and "a man
This Space Contributed Others in photo are ((1-r): -
ground. Edward Nicholas" :Sharp, .73- doesn't change overnight. He Conner (right: ) chats with a group of supporters at
Otis Nye, SAL foreman; Rev. W. :lad um, attended by supporters in Tampa Sunday to devise means
Weekly to Publicize p McElroy Terry McElroy, and )ear-old 'retired glassblower, icded: "I dont know where my fish fry!rally staged last Thursday night in BITS stadium. Next tram Bradford and surrounding of financing Conner's television

Community Events by Mrs. Ira Lester died Monday,at his home.ir"Lake opponents were when we were to Conner Senator Emory (Red) Cross of Alarb.ua County, I unties. In a brief speech Conner : appearances during the cam-.
since fighting for the constitutional
I Ueneva where he had lived who praised the work of the Bradford solos in the Florida Leg- expressed appreciation for the i!paign. Local friends who wish to
Shortly after the crash Navy moving. from Melrose five years amendment for pew school buildings
:> IsiatarG"1 $ter. Shi Smith third from right, also spoke In behalf assistance being given him by before. Sunday
THE COMMUNITY the member of the ia 1951
investigator appeared on ago. He was a
his friends saying that in a race Conner and his wife Kitten
oi-Conner and t. II Slade (far left) served as master ofceremonies. ,
( Conner also noted that one of .. ,
of helicopterthat Church.
a Episcopal
by means '
scene I -e.
of this kind 'your friends can have expressed gratitude to those
STATE BANKOF landed him"on the Hampton Burial will be to Media. Pa. his opponents had been a lobbyist .
:! d'u more for you than: you can from here who went on the 'a=w-
garbage mump. Trash.spared sky Local ,arrangements-: min ; for the fertilizer industry "
for (torcade to Tampa and helpedsuke
STARKE ward as the "whirley bird's"'Pl'O- charge of DeWitt C. Jones,{I during the legislative session. Mare in, this cause may r leave! Thursday ght.by a.big rally and yourself. :
1 for: in .the BHS A strategy meeting will be.held it success. -
I peller fanned papers into the air. Funeral Homer The motorcade was.-preceded- -;contributions i .with, T. H. Slade f.sh: fry ia Conner V !.


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,' THURSDAY. MARCH 17. 1960 ,

"',,rliil1l11l1 .. _...._._._.. _._._ .S (, ,
Deadline For' Gas aoie: to make service connectionsfor :
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II. -1 this low amount," Edwards
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r$ ''Applications Set said. I

'I.'I i iI I iI lF ;For April 15th than The rlffk stated that more I NOHEL'S

500 potentia1 consumers
I I City Clerk Merrill Edwards have applied for natural gas service :
BV @rHE GYO !i II I ,said yesterday that April 15- will from the city.
: be t'te deadline for taking $5 i

1 -. L- _._. _._... ___._ _.... J.tt_ .. .;..t...... .. j p'a :deposits for connections with the j I TilE RIGHT POINT for the A'DTO'y
; city's new. natural 'distribution
gas -
K way you write. Come in and sew '
Confined with illness, the past Ed Torode was confined in AlaI ... ... 1 system now being Installed. l.rt your favorite ESTERBROOK
week have been Mrs. J. W. Kin- chua General Hospital last week -' ,"After that date we will be un- Fountain ,Pen. TELEGRAPH

cuid, F. P. Stump, Claude Crow- I:, for observation. ., ..., }
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son, Gerry Beth Moody Mrs. Lex! I Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Smith will ;'* -'':: '. ; HOMESTEADERS THAT HAVE NOT SIGNED FOR 1960

Green and son, Michael, Miss''be., in Daytona Beach Friday on 'IJ'.i .' h" '-" .. r"el( %v is the list of Homestead rv who have not filed a renewal ap'ilitaJcn o.
I for I960. If your name p pears on this list you will not I bo
Madge Middle-ton. Bill North. IIJ:1!iness.
> ._ J. iLi : -l'gible for the exemption unless y "u bring your application to the .
Linda Richardson Bill Hosier t Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harden. Jr. ir- '- J.ILJt.. .. T ; Tax Assesor's Office on x>r before A,r>ril 1st. 1960.! Those applying. for F
.. tin 1st time most to the off >
rid Beth Smith. All have had and son of Wewahitchka werei !, come, i flu or virus. Cindy Sink and David -i Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mjselle Jr. Otis P. Leach J. W. Thomas .,
Cowen have the mumps... I Herbert Thomas. Asbury College Glee Club To Appear Here I M.H. U D. Johns Harreil Jr. ,':.;: f Mtorrilll'rt"vMtt). '. Luke Aaron John M.C.. Williams Shanbarger' F.. ( r

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Sharon Moody of -InterjachenA ,. Gill Bank lohn Diggs B. S. Edwards .:; .
and son, ;David, were visiting be a weekend guest of Kath I' The Men's Glee Club of As- ether broadcasts and television l choose members of the travelling lI K. it.. Tomlinson Lewis Raymond John Fuquay Crews' Comer Arthur D.Williams Edwards rE. ..

relatives afternoon.in Alachua Sunday leen Thomas. 'I bury College Wilmore. Ky.. will i programs. > I I group based on character, attitude l H.P C.C, }Douglas Hick ,, ._... SIrpj-Thomas Hollow E. LeiboldArtlimon :Motel Ollie Dessie Brewton Flowers ,...-.,., ,

Richard Jackson of Whippany, muis The program presented here will and:, personality. O..C. KflleyC. Tyson Clint HillLonnie R.: -i .
Eeplacc your old Mwlnr machine r S. KRley' Mack Leonard Albert Gibbs '
N. J. spent the weekend with his
Director of the
include a patriotic cantata "The club is Prof. D, S. Alvarez ;. Oliver Tyson Est.f5erge Est. ,
belt with a new Sinter Belt :March 23, in the First Methodist -
mother Mrs. Fred Leonhard and .
SarahIvar Lewis Carter Henry W. Eryant
Rains, who :
from Denmark Furniture Co. itMr. Air. Leonhard. Church of Starke. Testament of Freedom" as well as- JACk.A. is acting-chair :I T. X. Norman RUby Cook Din Johnson 5-
1 I sacred classics mart of the Division of Fine Arts Tecil E. t wtord, Jr'.tlarenoe Coving on Charles Hudson
and Mrs. A, G. Loudon Mrs. Irma Wilburn of Waynes- one of the finest spirituals, hymns, Gussie Garrison Richard ftwtttia' J. L. Palrt-Uh .
and amily and Linda Wasdin boro, Ga. is spending two weeks organizations of its kind in the I I[and Gospel songs. .: at Ashbury. : Frasier KeHe? Ebt. James' E. Franklyn Perry Kite'Lougenla '

attended the drag races in Jacksonville with her daughter, Mrs. Ben country, this outstanding ensemble -f Members of' the group represent The publle is cordially invited to. A.Henri C. Ellis Van Zandt.:* Inei. Effie Hightower B. Wooten and I". F. Goolsby Smith YOUANEW

Sunday afternoon., Moxley. and family. I is making its 25th annual tour. 14 states and are carefully selected attend _.the .conceit. There will be A. R. McRae Lucius B. Williams Sampler K. Geiger .

Mr. *nd Mrs L. D. Vining and Clearance Sale Gas Ranges I IIt I has, also been heard over the from the many who audition yeary. -I I no admission charge, but a free T.Harold A. Graves D. Smith Queen George Esther Cuffe Green Edward Jacqueline Blake A. Moortr

Mr. .and Mrs. J. C. Vining of De- 25% Discount. SLADE GAS. I CBS radio network, as well as Further selection is made to will offrringill be taken. N. W. Rhetta & SusieRichard JambS Jackson .
Mansell John Lennon Ruth Laundry Lee
Jand spent the weekend in stock.. Mr and Mrs. Levi Whittle and Attending the Geinesville Dis- Mrs. Eustis McKnight was Rev. Cornelius Dougherty, Mrs. S. M. Abernathy Joe Harmon Mrs. Louise FarmenterL.
ton, Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. family; are moving to Dunedin on trict meeting of the Methodist I called to Charleston 1 J. G. Lanier Alfonso Jenkins F. Glis.oa
Robert Shaller
S. C. last| Mrs. Ogden Bates James L. McCormick W. V: Henderson Floyd Stewart
Walter Timmerman. Friday. WSCS in Ocala Thursday were fhursday by the serious illnessof and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli attEnded Claude B. BarbourE.' '\. WilliamsWilliam Zane Brooks e
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Mrs. Nell her Thelma Starling C. Byrd I M. E. Cribbs
brother, Buddy Langsfon. the Diocesan Spring Glen K. Hundley Effie Mae Jordan William Lane ,
Andrews. Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain 'Deanery meeting at St. Paul's H. D. Bailey D F. McRae Lydia Lane .
HAROLD K. NORMANFOR Z. Adkins, Mrs. Titus Olson, and family Catholic Arvis C. Kirkland Henry Williams Joe FrasierJ.
were visiting friendsin : Church in Jacksonville J. S. Sapp Jr. Charles W. Bias W. ,Rhetta, SusieW
Mrs. W. L. Blair, Miss Amy Co- Lake City on Sunday. .en Wednesday., M. Reddish A. R. Johnson Mansell .

burn, Mrs. Ola Perkins, Mrs. H. Tommy Hewitt of Valdosta, Mr..and Mrs. W. E. Dowling I. B. Thompson C. H. Nasworthy Azalea Motel I ..
I P. B. Johns Carl Ritch Clem A. Griffis: HE' "
|C. Ritch. Mrs. E. D. Olmsted Mrs. Ga., Mr. arid Mrs, George Cot- and family were in Palatka C. E. Crawford Ruby Thompson Z. Z. Griffis
CommissionerFROM O. L. Haynes, Sr., Mrs. J. J. Lip- unan of Ocala and Charley ROD-. Sunday 'Visiting Mrs. Dowlihg's A. R. Gaskins Mrs. E. J. Dowsing: Eugene Griffis f fI'
County Arlie J. Dobbs
N. L. Knight Zeaner Jones
sey, Mrs. W. G. Haile, and Mrs. crts Jr. of Lake Butler wereT parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews James Wainwright Mrs. N. N. NortonLizzie Sullivan
W. S. Slade.Clearance. weekend visitors of Mr. !and }!rs. Thomas O. Swann Elizabeth McCoy Est.V.. H. Maxwell
.. DISTRICT ONEL Edward Lee Massey Ella Mae Tucker Lem Perry' .
.* Sale Gas Ranges Wesley Andrews. Misses Mary Katherine 'W aM- I' ... .
Mate J. Allen Louvenia Roberson Est.Clyde Hall -
",- (Lawtey) 25% Discount. SLADE GAS. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfreyof right and Virginia Erwin of Hattie .Abraham Rosa Lee Ghent Merle PacKham i v- -
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewshad 1 I Jasper Martha Robinson Rosa Liggette Est. EarlV.. Brown .
spent the weekend BH$ received the Pepsi-Cola
BORN AND REARED Isaac & Lillie Felder Din! Thomas William H. Hall I
as Sunday dinner guests Mr. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Merit Award this week M. L. Crews Walter Thomas Geneva Kersey .
IN BRADFORD COUNTY and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of .Atlantic her Jones. They 'all went to Mrs. J. D. Warren and Mrs. Clifford Benjamin Kelley Finni Jessie Ida Lee Guion Molden Thomas Marie J E.Durand Garner Jr. V .

L Beach. Mr. and Mrs. William I i Callahan on Sunday to visit with R. B. Cauffman attended the J. W. Barber Damonn Del Clifford Warden .
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61.1 III. Flmk and children of Jacksonville |relatives: District Four Presidents Council Sam Brown Sallie & Joe Williams Key M. Sargent
He Stands for Honesty, Sincerity' and Economy John Bullard Merrill Edwards Dave Henderson .
Mr, and Mrs. Bruce
I I Misses Mary Agnes Matthewsand luncheon-meeting of the. Florida Lizzie McQuire. Est.. Marvin GriffisHarold Boree
(Pd. PoL Ad"Don't \'.) Mathews and daughter of, Gainesville Barbara Reynolds of FSU Federation of Women's Clubs at Carfie Marshall Mrs. Carrie D. EdwardsAUdown & ut. blUtif'. OR'
I John & Pauline Devore\y.. Sewell M.. D. Harrt-11 Jr.
and Russell; Hunt of Savra- rill spend the weekend with Mr., the' home of the Junior District EUen Tisdale Alfred !Barnes Mrs. Ben Faulkner -: _..- ""; t.i": .
m nto. Cali!. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Director, Mrs Claude Smith, in Lee Miller Jr. Et-Al Jessie L. Young :Mrs. Elizabeth Dryden :>-' Jr' ,' ."'". .
Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns attended Clearance Sale Gas Ranges Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. Richard Smith j. T. Quigl y Thelmb Starling : .. 't-. ;:,:. ... :
Edgar Williams Mrs. A. II. Johns Johnny H. Gasque -'F -
the funeral of Fred Ma- 25%, Discount, SLADE GAS. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong Lizzie Williams Est s. W. Haisten Mrs. R. A. Griffis 'i": ::, or '. ":,";l
JIM TONEY HOMES $1495 and han in Monticello Tuesday aft-. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Oakes 'cf.Stark and Mrs. Corine Pur- Laura L. J. Miller Coy Jessie J.V.. Alvarez B. Coleman Josephine fst.* Ellerson I .-

emoon. gave a family supper last Satur-, vis 'of Gainesville attended the Fred Smith W. E. Williams Mrs. AV T. Tompkins -
up -
Mr. and Mrs.. Jim ,Horton of day evening for Mrs. Jesse i iI Funeral of their brother-in-law George J. Estes p. S. Smith Mrs. Carrie D. Edwards
.MO. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $37.50 Eastland. Texas and Rev. and Isaac Duhart Emma B'ldman & L. H. Cruoe o .1 '
Strickland Hunter
on her 85th birthday Herbert in Palm Harbor Jimmie H. Johnson Richard Cuffman Jessie L, Young -
Mrs. E. F. Montgomery of Lake I anniversary.Mrs. Wednesday afternoon. L. C. Clemons Paul H. FaulknE'rIrs.\ A. II. Johns <;, .. ., .

City were Tuesday supper guestsof Ruth Alvarez of Suffolk, Peach John Crews Crawford Aaron Kenaeth F.Norman Taylor: Application Post Office.returned by .' -

Mr and Mrs. David Montgomery Va. spent the weekend with herbrotherinlaw u Nathaniel' Whitley Mrs. X. .p. Rosier Joe Starling 'B "
I Julia Whitney Ernest: Phillip t'nderwood Rest.
and sister, Mr. x
Howard Hampton W J. Dodd Jr. W. R. Conner
Purchase any model of' Singer and Mrs. Carl Sapp. Annie Hampton Mrs. Merrill Pievatt j, j... Erantley '
Sewing Machine at Denmark Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and e GeorgeIIiams\ Oren Thomas Derkman' Seeber Forsyth
Et Al Wa'neII.- Hand Joe E. Griffis EstJames
Furniture Co. tf son of Jacksonville, and Mr. and H. H. Hamilton E. MtRae Margaret Magyar I .. 0'
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and I Mrs. Edwin B. Locke of Boston, Enoch. Strong Fred Hess F.1.. Starling ..
son. David, took their son, Tommy -
r I Mass were supper guests last -I I
back to the University of Friday night- of Mr. and Mrs. 6 CYLINDER

Florida Sunday afternoon and attended Alvin Gerle. ; a : Elect A Forward-Looking Young Man .

the 1950 'Engineers Fair. Mrs Bertha Pearce returned Lill TUDOR FORfl.79.3

No Money Down ... No Charge For Travel Tommy is an aeronautical engineering Monday from two months visit ... .
.... .. student at the univer- with relatives in Richmond, Va., Hall
'If- II II
w1Ili1 TONEY BUILDERS .j ; sity. viadlson, N. J,,vand, ?Clev! land) 'y'T. Rodney, I '

P.O, BOX 368 Douglas Nolin and Tom Long Ohio.-.She was also sightseeingat I
: are taking basic training at Fort Mount ,Vernon and Washington FOR
tiV.\LDO, FL-V : .
> Jackson S C. after enlisting in 1 D. C.
Please have salesman call on .'. '. :: :-.: .I_ the Army last week, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Williams WE RE-CAP School Board Member '

________ __ _. : : Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Voeth of spent several days this week with
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Lakeland were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Clark in TRUCK TIRES DISTRICT COUNT\-AT-LARGE( *

Address.._..____._.." __- their son-in-law and' daughter Ocala. HE WILL SERVE OUR
Mf. and Mrs. Chuck Dent. Extra Bobbins save lime-Stock I .From 7.50 x 20 Thru 4 EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM ON AN LOW

Approximate Location _---------_.:_------- Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns' up with Singer Bobbins at Den-' w... 10.00 x 20 ... IMPARTIAL BASIS BANK FINANCING

spent the weekend with Mr. and mark Furniture Co. tf 'HALL' HE IS
Mrs. D. S. Wescott in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bakken ON OLDER CARS
I ; I understand I am under no obligation. I will t be borne I Mr. and 'Mrs. Sid Shuford and family of Lawtey will move ., CHANCES Stands for a. progressive, A Young :Man

I I on ----?-. ----At__._M. visited George Shufor f of Law- to the home of Mrs. ,B .kkeh's WITH. 'WORN'TREADS well rounded educational Conscientious NO FINANCE
I ... II .. tey in St. Vincent's Hospital on mother, Mrs. Nelson Green the .

PLUMBING, WIRING AND INSIDE FINISHED Sunday: "* end of the week. Your system geared to keep Energetic CHARGE -
"*. MATERIALS CAN BE ADDED AT SMALL Clearance Sale Gas Ranges Mrs. R. F. Demorest has been Let Re-Cap
ADDITIONAL CHARGE 25% Discount. SLADE GAS. confined in St. Vincent's Hospitalfor Tires For Economy And abreast with our nation's Fair *

Mrs. O. F. Siemer,. Sr. visited observation.Paul Safety! development. Sincere
a* If You Don't See Us First We Both Lose Money 1
n. celebratedhis
her daughter, Mrs. H. F. Booe, in
:wa. JIM TONEY BUILDERS I Jacksonville on Monday. eighth birthday last Friday Dealer I He Appreciates Your SupportPd. i YESV\ E

Jack Siemer of the Bahama evening at a family supper party; NEWDUNLOPTIRES )'01.
( Adv.)
Islands was home from Thursday Lamar Shaw and Buck Gill
....., to Monday. will be home Wednesday to Sunday SELL FORLESS
on their Spring holiday from
-- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and
I laughters, Sylvia and Mrs. Ervin the University of Georgia. STARKERECAP
Andrews, attended the funeralo Miss Pat Beecher of Lyons,
Mr. Paulk's former schoolteacher G.. and Gene Shaw of Macon : I

r AVESSATHAftT'S Mrs. Lula Lindsey, in are spending the weekend with I CO. : .
\Vi Iacoochee. Ga. Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. Frazier Shaw and son. La-
Mattie Gahagan is spending mar. Temple Ave. iffBJ-flT ,;
ti. PLUS ,S&H GREEN STAMPS ten days with her sons. Emmett Clearance Sale Gas Ranges Phone WO 4-0221 1 1t

Gahagan in Bluffton,. S. C. 259'0- Discount. SLADE GAS. 1 ... E
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and Powell Gahagen in Savannah. -- ',


A. E. McKinney, Sr. confined. r II I !
in Bradford County Hospital following ; I, ; ,
a stroke while at :workat 0 1 A

39.95 morning. I 11'-
Mrs. Julia Rinicella is confinedIn

I.-\ TWIN BED BOX St. Vincent's Hospital with a .
? troken hip which she received S-
1 SPRINGS when she fell while walking up- New Ford Cars and 1. t
i Reg. 39.95 town Tuesday. f

It Sinter sewing Machine Needles!I G4 Trucks, and A-l Used I E

.\\\ THIS WEEK'S at Denmark Furnltur Co. U -'
Mrs. M. 'P. Brown spent' wed- Cars to Choose from t NO HI POWERED

nesday to Monday in New Port
Richy with CoL and Mrs, J, W.
... McNeer and Dr. and Mrs Marcus PAY
EAt F. Brown. '. __ .
a 29.95 ;_=_. )
Miss Marcia Whittle and 12 ; ', j & NO HI LOT

.,- girl party friends at the enjoyed home of a.Mr slumber and Bank Financing 36Mo..; To Pay &L-PORCELA1N FINISH INSIDE AND OUT RENT TO PAY

Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire last Friday -

and Mrs taarvey C. Raley .
TABLE and family have rented the r TO PAY t
3. '95 Thomas house at 627 N. Walnut Used Cars $3 FLOOR $ i ,dar or heavy soil
9 rtreet Mr. Raley is stationed at AND f 9 .s.year written parts replacement] YES YES
9 BOUDOIR Cecil Field, I fc WrWdVfrM"; wwhinfl; worrcnty on entire transmission ,

Mr and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand From"P ,Automatic partial lard\ control -

children and Miss Sue Mor- t vawaim SEE

COME IN BROUSE AROUND rs the; attended Gator Bowl the Saturday FSU circus, evening at h 4(ftsfebuttai water ttmperotureJ S 189.95 .

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Meet SK&nwnt swirT-out removes und W. T. sotsoBEFORE
Mr, and. Mrs J. M.. Edwards I
The HOLLANDS"Starke returned home Wednesday from WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL! V. end heavy soil No Money Down

Phoenix. Ariz where "JftV Ed- I Kg 10.&.tub capacity With Trade.
r __ wards was on business the past YOUPAGE

six weeks and Mrs. Edwards Your Authorized Ford-DealerIn

HART FURNITURE CO .spent home Miss for the Patsy the past Nichols weekend.week of with.him.-JPSU. was. I I Bradford. County %WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE T RA.D.E: D

Florida Mrs. Carl Hurst entrred-Brad- 234 F. Temple Ave. StarkeFla .. ...
ford County Hospital'on Monday
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t)I Mrs. Betty Gainey Wesleyan Guild I Trade At Home I Merchants Support The Town -::. -:: :.=- : -,'

II To Wed Mr: Witt I District Meeting That Supports Local' Merchants."
I II A crmmittee of judges met
1Isdyra I At Brooker [Held Here Sunday Slogan Contest I Wednesday afternoon to select FloridaTheatre

!I the winners from among 46 enUies -
I Winner, Homed I
Mrs. Betty Gainey daughterof The Gainesville in
I -District of the I the slogan-writing contest -
W.. C. Garner of Gastonia N. i Wtsleyan Service Guild held its II. t w.uch closed Tuesday.
J ,C. has announced plans for her:annual meeting in the First Me- Starke merchants will have a I
.: Mooty marriage to BM-1 Andrew ,J.I ihodist Church of Starke lastSunday. new trade-at-home theme to I Softball
," _. .4>. .... _. ; J Witt Jr.. son of Mrs. A. J. Witt!!' Fifty members from the use: in future promotions: II ManagersTo
j and the late Mr. Witt of Gain- district attended the morning "Be Wise Economize Buy ,, Meet Tuesday
:Barbara I i
Davis Woman's
j, ', I Club tsville, church services and luncheonwas Starke Merchandise." I I
Is Honor Guest Gives Awards To j The wedding will take place served in the Fellowship Hall The winning entry was submitted There will be a meeting of all SAT. MARCH 19
I Saturday March .26, at 3. p. m.., at 1230. by Mrs. Claude Crowson, softball team managers Tuesday 1st. Feature
On 16 th BirthdayMrs. Top Teen-agers in the Brooker Baptist .Church During the afternoon business 507 W Madison St.. who will be night March 22. at 7:30 in the Boy

s at with Rev. James Temple pastor, session an election was held with avvarded a $50 savings bond 'by !I Ii Scout hut. Final plans will be TOP DISK-JOCKEYS
Gent Van Dieten enter- "Our Teen.agersWe. LikeI olficiatmg.. Miss Sandra ,Sowelis three district officers being chosen i.the Starke-Bradford County made at this time for the Fast PICKED ITS STAHS,
tamed at a delightful birthday'I hem" was the theme of the ,. pianist and Mrs. Glenda An-I from Starke: Mrs. R. S. Mul- Chamber of Commerce. I Pitch League sponsored by the PICKED ITS SON3S
party last Saturday evening at' Youth Conservation program presented are s. soloist,.,will present a program lins. District Secretary; Mrs. Second prize winner ($25 City Recreation Dep: tment. All \ AND ARE J '
her home, 427 Center street'for at the March meeting of of nuptial music Henry T. Godwin. District Recording bond! was Mrs Blanche Chapman managers are urged to attend. w INITTOOVBROS. ;,,'

her granddaughter. Barbara Davis the Starke Woman's Club Wed- Andrew Gainey will give his Secretary; andfrs.. 1351 Blandlng St.. who adVised '
who was 16 years old. nesday'afternoon of last week. 1- mother In marriage. Her attendnts Nelson Green was ,re-elected : "Don't Roam Shop at BRIGHTEN UP! M/AphE "

An attractive color motif .'! The program was presented 6y will be her daughter Linda Christian Social Relations chair- Home ....- Save Money, Time and Painting and Decorating
green and 'yellow was achieved MIS A.. Russell Norman chairman I Ann Gainey as bridesmaid;' Carol man. Energy: At LOWEST PRICES
in the party decoration com- arid Miss Della Rosenberg Gainey, flower girl: and Philip CallDAWKINS
pcsed of crepe paper streamers, co-chairman. The club presented I Gainey.. ring bearer. Scavenger Hunt A $5 "appreciation prize"went The Painter
ba'ioons and large figures "16", a $25 bond to each of two outstanding The bridegroom will have as ; to Mrs. L. P. Knepper 525 Y/I 414 E. South St.
placed throughout the party BH3 seniors. Miss test: man his brother, Lamar'Em- For Marcia Whittle, Pratt St. for her slogan: "Local
looms. Kathleen Conway,, and William'. mett. of Gainesville. Ushers will ...-..... ---- -
The 16 guests enjoyed refresh Henry I Hank Graham III for, bo diaries Waters, and Howard The Intermediate Methodist I
ments around the barbecue pit heir outstanding contribution to I Wait of Gainesville. Youth Fellowship gave a scavan- when you need
io the yard and ice cream and f the community school and 'A reception is planned at ,the I ftr hunt and going-away party
cake inside. The birthday cake !(!church program. Piano numbers Lavonia Hodges. home of Mrs. Gainey, with Mrs- last Friday evening for Miss
centered the refreshment table I i! Howard Wait as hostess.No Marcia Whittle, who is movingto DOMINO
,tnd was flanked by candelabra Wal-ters I i Weds Mr. BelcherMr. invitations are being issued Dunedin. with her family at 11 '

holding pink green and yellow..!-. Peek, Jr.. arid Mike Sheppard, ,. but all friends and relatives the end of the week. JERRY LEE lEKIS r
tapers. i I son of Mr and Mrs. M. H. Shep- and Mrs. Evan W. Hodgesof of the couple are invited to the The scavanger hunt started at OF SLADE GAS BUDDYrJ
The honoree received many"!pard. Misses Kay Hart and Brooker have announced the wedding and reception the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gil- 19NMT BOWEN
lovely gifts from the 16 guests marriage of their daughter, La- bert Goldwire. counselors. After
(.I Cookie Mathews majorettes with After a wedding trip to South .
who included Clyde Joiner of j the BHS Band gave twirling rou- vonia Bobbie Hodges, to' RodneyA. Florida; the, coupe will reside in the hunt,refreshments and gameswere TANKS FROM GALLONS TO 1,000 OR U? CHARLIE 68ACIE
McRae,'Ga. II.tines. Belcher son of Mr. and Mrs. Brooker.. enjoyed at the Goldwire THE FOUR COINS ? ..
Mrs. Van Dieten was\ assisted J Mrs. H. B. Peyton president 13. H. Belcher of Whigham, Ga. Mr Witt Is ,stationed in Green home by the 18 members attend- PHONE WO 4.3551DAYLlTE fetter the COUNT BASIC MND'with VI
jay her daughter Mrs. J. W.j I presided over the business meetIng The wedding took place at 8 p. Cove Springs and will retire ing. ICE WtLLIAMS UD MIST MDetl
Erownlte. inon Friday Feb. 5, in Jackson
within two years after 20 yearsof
I i arut Mrs. A. C. Feigert of ville. Navy service. Associational 2nd. Feature

Altar Society Park-of-the-Palms gave the de- 'i The bride is a 1954 graduateof Mrs. Gainey 1 ss employed, at -

votion on""Youth." Bradford County High School Sunn)land, Packing, Co.... in Gain Training Clinic
.St. Edwards Altar Society will During the social hour a salad I and is a stenographer with Hot-: esville. CO-OP FOODS
: 'rhe New River Baptist Association -
point Distributing Co. in Jack
meet Tuesday night at 8 o'clock
.course was served by the hostess

in the Catholic hall. committee sonville.from Whigham Mr. Belcher High graduated School, Miss Virginia Sewell tiaimng: Brotherhood clinic at 'the'will First hold Baptist a- Open 7 Days A Week -- 8 to 9 To

----- Whigham, Ga. in 1952 and is fs ComplimentedAt ;Church 'In ,Hampton,on Fri lOLL

employed with the city of day.. Mar. 25, at 7 p. m. :

I FOR TAX COLLECTOR I .Jacksonville.Hubbard The, couple Street now in resides Jacksonville.at 2617 Lovely Virginia PartiesMiss Sewell popular host'meeting The at Hampton,a at fish which fry church Cecil preceding will Carroll the be WAYNE'S% CASH SUPERETTE

bride-elect has, been the inspiration
of Jacksonville will be a featured Cirv sn.5cor E
J. R. KELLY- today an.' for two,delightful parties in speaker. Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil Cartoon: Really Scent

flounced that, he will be a Birthday Party the past week. Douglas Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store
Mrs. J. R, Hixon was hostessat Beta Phi 671 W. Madison SAT. NITE LAT&SHOW
Sigma Phone WO 4-9231
Candidate ,for re-election as For Betsy Matthews. adinner'party, Thursday March 19Teahous'e N'*

County Tax, Collector. Hesays' (\enin& of last week for the hori- .
Gi Betsy Matthews, celebrated her oree. The 16 guests included I Th.e Beta Sigma Phi sororityis firr/ip' ? Of The
that 'he' truly enjoyshis planning an Easter fashion
eleventh birthday anniversarylast members of the Methodist ,Chancel '
fhow for Thursday evening Apr.
work and the opportunity afternoon Choir of which. Miss Sewed .
Friday with a
14. at 8 o'clock in the new BHS
It gives him to be of party for 19 friends, at her is' director.: auditorium for boys and girls SPECIALFAMILY August Moon
The ehotr members presented WE GIVE \ !
,: service' to the people. of this home on E. Adkins streets the honoree with two pieces ofher from pre-school age through high

t County. Ills only campaign The Easter motif was attractively chosen silver pattern as a school. STAMPS "I Plus 4 Cartoons
I a 4 ;t4r I Ir carried out in party decor- Anyone wishing to enter chil- 4..u
memento of the occasion. -
+ r promises are to conduct the
dren to model their Easter clothes -
ations. The dining room table SUNDAY & MONDAY
Following dinner, choir: practice 3-Lb. Tin
office with courtesy and efficiency was centered with //a' beautiful was held at the home of,Mrs. please register with Mrs. Ben March 20 & 21
BAKERITElimit 1 with $5 order 39c
H and to keep free of white birthday cake decorated in Hixon., Moxley WO.9118l.Madison.... "
and with bunnies .
races for other, County Offices !- pink green \t ROYAL
around it. Refreshments were Mrs. Lester Crews. Mrs., Joe
s so that he can, if elected, served and .the guests received McDonald and Miss Delia Rosen- St. WMUThe LONG GRAIN RICE 3 lbs. 35c

work pleasantly In cooperation small china dolls as favors. !berg entertained at 'a lovely des- .j
Mrs. E. L.Matthews was assisted : WMU of the Madison 25c
with the other officials! ,ert-bridge party for Miss Sewell SUPER SUDS regular -
her daughter, Anne Street Baptist Church will hold
by last Friday ins.
gve 4'.4..
whonl the people select who (directed the 'games and I ; % : .A. business and program meeting THE
The party :was ,Held:atne 33 BLEACH Y2 gal. 25c
her mother Mrs. W. E. Middle- Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at
of Miss
Kingsley Lake home
(I'd. PoL Adv.
I' I ) II ton, and Miss Madge Middleton. Rosenberg which 'was .attractively -,the church.' MAXWELL HOUSE '

-' ., c I decorated with arrangementsof INSTANT COFFEE 6 99c Cove xi
--. -- -, .. ._ .. ..nn_. .__ .. ___ __ ." --- pink and 'white>azaleas White Hymn Sing Set oz. Cartoon: Little March Girl
gladioli in a silver vase' centered
: The New River Baptist AS- OLEO Patties lb. Sc
l/2 &
the refreshment table which was Tuesday Wednesday
We talked the Factory into Giving Us Some Special Prices on covered with an imported cut- sociation will conduct a' hymn March 22 & 23

work cloth. White tapers in silver sing at the First Baptist Church ; CATSUP, SNYDERS 14 oz. ea. 12/2c! 1st. Feature
Living Room Furniture for this BIG SALE. afternoonat
holders completed the arrange- in Lawtey on Sunday j

SEE THE BARGAINS! BRIGHTEN UP YOUR I ment.I joyed Three, and tables after of several bridge was.progressions en-- Talent 2:30: o'clock.Night" Set I CUT 303 KOUNTY BEANS KIST 8 For $ OO TIIE K1LER i iv"i

The hostesses presented the The Starke BpW club is making -

-3 Special Purchase! I!I honoree with a piece,of her se- plans for an amateur Talent PEAS 8 For I odeo2' :.- .."- -... .....! ...
Nyt II I Ilected silver. Night to be held soon. Complete : "' ;;; -
plans and the exact date will be 303 KOUNTY KIST H r g 9

2pc. SOFA ,BED SUITS St. Mark's_ Auxiliary announced i as soon as poss #e. GOLDEN CORN 8 For y yIB

t e m SH W9Df
Elects Delegates Recent Birth Oz. PHILLIPS .

Sofa by Day Bed by Night ,The Women's ,Auxiliary of J3t. PORK & BEANS, 8 ForORANCELANL .
Bradford Hospital -
County announces
\ Mark's Episcopal l Church met iJ 1i !
Occasional Chair the following births.'
Monday morning at the Parish
1. : 2nd. Feature
Mr. and Mrs Luther E. English -
t' i- 1 house 'with Mrs, W. H. Graham
l Maxville. a daughter, Mar.
Special Now Oily 99.95 presiding.elected Mrs.delegate George to the.Winklerwas Star- 15.
William Homer
s ke Council of Church Women- I Mr. and
: Mrs Herbert Thomas reported i Godwin, Maxville, a daughter. ;-

Special Purchase t! 011 the World Day of Prayer and Mar. 15. :
: meeting afterward. She also presented -i .\
the program on "Plans RegistrationDeadline
Sofa & Chair for Lent 'I WEIHERS Cello Pkg. 2S
The next Lenten covered dish i NearingThe
and discussion will be ,
with Foam .1 Friday supper night at 6:30 with Mrs., public ia reminded that the GA. : MgNcTEp f I

Cushions James Blackshear and Mrs. R. registration office Jn the court- SMOKED BACH 9 lb- 25C i
J. Da..iscas hostesses. ousej will !be, 'open from 7:30 to

Beautiful Mrs. Johns HostessTo : 1 I 8:30 each pan.week Tuesday until and April Thursdayof 12, the MEATY NECK BONES lb. 25C ONLY,Stlf lt KRl t COULD tRt? ER tl EDf ? '

Freize Covers BPW ,Members registration deadline

\ FRESH .. ,lrOftllLliESikOf
Total' Group Mrs. Ruby Johns was hostess
2 STEP TABLES (Blonde or Cherry) Thursday evening of last weekto GROUND HAMBURGER 49.c .
ffftttittt jvs gvfr vf fw7r"M"\
: the'Starke BPW club at their DcB CartoonThursday: Hail ptntraTomino
17995 March meeting. \\ TENDER G06DS1RL01H
,1 COFfEE: TABLE (Blonde 'or Cherry) Miss Madge Middleton president STARKE. Ft A. 'lb. & Friday
presided over the meetingand STEAK 79C, March. 24 & 25
Compare, : the Ways and Means committee SUN.; ),ON"7 TUE. 1
2 Table Lamps (Your choice) -
'239. 0 held a brainstorming session March -20-2 1.22 PILLSBURY'S

on plans ,for making money.j .O'Gill and the .
3 Pkga. For
,: A nominating ttee'com-I BISCUITS 25C ,
,Many Other Groups in a Wide Variety of t ,
Styles, Colors, and Prices .- posed of Miss Della Rosenberg Little PeopleAlbert t
Mrs. Willie Mae Denton and Sharps, Janet Monro
\ Mrs. Johns was named. Memberswill PRODUCECARROTS
Five Gates To Hell
SPE IAL SAi.-on ODD COFFEE TABLES .50 vote at' the ,April meeting. on Michaels a
7 recent by-laws revisions. Neville Uraad. Dolores Cello Bag lOc ..rY q
.1 Plus Color Cartoon For Kid
) NOW ONLY CELERY Large Stalk lOc
Reg. 14.95 & 12.95 1 1st Baptist Circles -
." 'Ved., Thui, March 23, 24 LEMONS Sunkitt Doz. 33c

Met Tuesday Bullwhip =

"It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" -It's Up To Yqa" was the program i Gny Madlsonllhonda PIUS Fleming FEEDS .

... topic used at circle meet- r :
L ings of the: First Baptist WMS I The Crawling Eye COTTONSEED MEAL loo Iba 3.95 caRMa W1fWEVICTORIA "

( Darby Circle met at the Plus Color Cartoon For Kids ,/ -

t home of Mrs. ..1.A.. Wynn ,on ,, ; ." SNAP YELLOW CORN t 100 lb. 2.95YELLOW DF
Hampton Lake with Mrs. L. G.. Fri,'Sat M March 25.26Monolith ETERNITYMi (

j OF .: : STARKE Powell presenting the topic. Monster
Brownlee Circle met at the CORN 100 lb. shelled 3.45NAY SHA'JSKHESSf'
ALL; .
home ,of Mrs. R. A. Newsome a RA6'liA1 rcoci 0s M QAi1UVea (
1 ;. CIUItN rcuc e uwCaidooa COLCa
434 446 West Call St. :Phone WO 4-4321: Starke, Florida here Mrs L. D. Haines presented :
40 50 lb.
the program assisted by Mrs. SAL MINEO: PELLETS 2.95
The BO M. F. Hazen and. 'Mrs. M, H. Fins 2 Color Cartoons for Kid _. .
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/ _J_ .'_ _J_ AI. .... ......_- ._,. _.w _. .cays. Chapter JfrS, 'Florida Statutes, (:. EAL.)
Little Turner is home LN 7., a corporation, with its prlnclpul haberEultQ set hand and
Fq lrie(;i gj fie r-: with'm' nP;. place of business at Erouker hake 'affixed the Grew' Seal of the,
t Harrell ,', ;-.i iT&dford County. In the state of State' of Florida. at ,'TalUhassee.
Mrs Pete and babY.
*'.>r.a-, and whereas. the properfffifrs the Capital, this tbe 'etenth. diy
I fitr rhylis, are both confined to. their Books on care sad nurture of' of suoh corporation did un ." t 'March. A. ft. 'IUO:' -
Sim '{eBCttiid 'children available "Slarke Community lira 7th! day of :Mardi A, D. 188, "it A-.tJUAV,
/ Mission A IMust'The '-'&: ..' .' -- : home. this week with flu. '
: i Miin-J tfiItd in the oCke of .Secretary of State
Library! First 'Five Years
,Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfieid .. .. It
ibaut .the liSti -mnlHl' method .'& Secretary of State of the
Campville and daughter: MrsSpenc of Life, by Gesdl.. ; Infant. And SJtMte o Florida, a duly autheati.ial -
'cl jkntins berries What"a're'weSfcing 'f
) : -
Road Committee cf the Chamber of Corn Child'in The-Culture: of Today, < J rt'!>olat v>n adopted bT the
Crews and *
ratrce, which has accomplished a lot of good' in TI oo we to''d checked rabaut with fertilizing. '"GeorgeHuggins. ? 'Aoburndale .wer .-gtiests children of Mr.of Gessll and Dg;' 'The Child From 8tKkhi Mid>>ders Chapter under COJ.the Florida provisionsof Statute SQMe

the .past: ; was assigned a nevrmission Monday: and his 'reply is just and Mrs. Milo -Seigler and Mr. Five to Ten: Gesell and ng; How .u, t.*, clJl'p\rat.il1p.showing he dissolution- .of toto\l

to see what. it can do toward'expediting the four follow'the: : 'plan-1* He apparenUy .aad Mrs. P. S. :Crews Saturday. tc. Live through Vf"'Johnson Junior'oit.h-Highi Saw therefore the Secretary of
lining of U.S. 301 between Baldwin. and Max feels that it will, work and if '.Mr. sync, Mrs. 'Carl Hyman and School Eric ; state dies hereby certify ,to the
t of Auburndale. ,were also The Years from 10 to 16 Gesell_ fort groins and that he Is kltisflrdtrtii 4:6
tjlle.'Some tt you want further details the requirements uf law have
o. t dinner guests of J.lr. and Mrs., lib! and Ames; .When Your ChildIs Wfi .
complied with.
check: with him?
other significant developments along this t apt .. Crews .Saturday.... in, Samuel H, karelitz; Health ." k. .. -
line, in' recent ''wetfcs> give a faint glimmer' of Harold Norman Is certainly See the hog market is rising Mr. and Mrs: Luciah Conner f ul' Living Harold S. Diehl, 1. D. i -

hope that this project will be taken out of. mothballs happy wIth 'the 5,000 Albiittoriitiawberry ; fiowly.; i and that'll be. good newsfor Iud :son,' Douglas attended the ,
,and given: the attention that it so richly deserves 'our f hog producerS. kickoff ,in Tampa Saturday for CCUTIKICATEOf CORPORATEDIMSOLITIOV .
plants "he has set out ,
,, ,
,, Il'a a new' berry for this area.'Hand -Djylc Conner candidate foe. l\ Tin XAMK A\D BY THE r

For'the, first time, to our knowledge the lu- his father, Leon and Morris And now we learn that some Commissioner, of. Agriculture ..UTHOltlTOF: FLORID THI;'S;'ATP. *>.G OF'"

val County 'Commission has a how ninterest at least ;a 'Carter were impressed with research Is being "done"1 'tow 'd To. All To X\Ticni These"PresentsShan. ,
CARD. OF THANKSThe 'Come, Greetings:
t token in obtaining the nine miles ot tle! plant when they saw it up loiderstanding' Crow language. Whereas .
u in North Carolina. Harold said Jasti what It is that the researcn-. kmdriess and sympathy o! Daniel EL Sumer, Sr., Miami
right-of-way necessary before the four-l 1 neighbors in our.recent sorrow will A
oie plant ,he looked at had 300 era; hoPe' to prove is not'?easy r
work can be done. True they have indicated interest utiderstind.* making always remain a precious nJemorY.OUf JUiuh: X. Holey, Miami Florida,
terries on It. So he got some They are' y.lI1lalE.. Blgharo, Jr. BrIo, "p.r.-
only to the of seeing if thrigbtrof sincere thanks: and gratitudefor "=
extent( plants and set them out and star tape recordings""of crow= calla, Florida %
way will be given to them ree/' Apparently he likes them fine. He said and then; plar them back out .in all thoe comforting; .acts. lid A.*>n D the 19i7j 2nd, cause day to of be September Int'Or. r

they still do not consier the welfare of they produce a big. round berry the- fields, to see what; effect it ThePbil" Studer familjv pi
6,000 motorists who daily travel U. S. 301 0wuffieient saniliar to the. old. Missionary. has on [.the cr \ts'U they'd 'that"caw" just ; to ', fri4.fA ........... .. h (:T-, t" .:.... tV 1i
could them
importance to warrant 'them spending ask us, we tell '
And 'of berries, Lea ,means ""I 'see you' with '
their speaking SEE
any money'on it, but even gesf re-of wanting >
ton Morgan Jr. picked his first that gun and as soon as you' go .,
i to find out if it will be given to them without : >
berries from his plastic mulched away I'll so1 right back Into yciur'corn -
cOst is1! encouraging.As patch last Thursday. He ,set field/'
a matter of fact, one, of the large papercompanies ; them out in November or later _- '' iF11TliR1s"Fred ,

does own about two-thirds of the than his other plantings and Let'a hope that the winter.. -' is The KAnsap'SATURDAY
1 land 'on each side of 301 between Baldwin and the plants' on the plastic are pver with"now.'It's'been. : :one. 'of, doesn't know what he's building. He likes the

MaxvUle, and, judging from the public spirited-- producing'more than the older the- longest, 'that' Ve'ye ,had' in': tools he bought from STARKE BUILDERS'SUPPLIESso
ones that are grass mulched., tome time, and: we.(maine "'ou'reaoont..a' much that, he can't keep from using them. '
riess shown by these in the past i'is ', *
corporations ? siek'of l it iswe' ate.SflTE MARCH{ 1? V t t -
that favorable' .
entirely possible some very .
From what .we -hear it will be
terms. might be reached. At least the possibilit 7 about April 1 before there will V. !t Tt

is, certainly'worth exploring, and it is difficult to be any real'volume on "' berries s. NO MONEY DOWN

titiderstand, *. wtoy ,this was not done four or more There will be "$ome coming" '!In FlR.M ; FlORIDA THEATER to .- .. ., .- ,
years ago.Another. before then as Pete Griffis and "
hopeful sign is the apparent settle- ether are'pi klng some this By;'II iy. "0. )C. Corbyui.uuuduai.ui..au
t,eek. but the real volume is not ." Repair
meVit, 'of a stalemate wherein the Road Department t. 10:00 .
due for: a while yet Aj '
jcept saying it could do nothing until the t *
Duval Commission obtained the right-of-way, and Weekend guests' of Mr. and Add Rooms ... Carport ...

the Dtival 'Commission sidestepped its responsibility The cold and cloudy weather Mrs; Pete Harrell were. Mrs I: Maie. ,. Sponsored by the Following Merchants\ : .- .. p*,
cows I
has been rough on for as r it! >j :a :.IV'* k .or. '
by saying there was no use to obtain right- one man said: "The cows- are Cahoon of'Bostoiv MasS. nir Both Room
'MrS: :rom :Bister 'of -. .
3tr and "
of-way since the Road Department had budgeted standing around now waitng for GEM JEWELRY JEWELRY \
no, funds' for the project. the grass" And the cattlemen Eastman' whoi""is"'anendin5'Ga. and! 'th Ji'Schoolin sod, -,. .. *. ." r (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANSAND WI.

w Road Board 'District Two member Earl Powers, ;\'e'Just' about used up'atl'theil Glenn; and SIC Frank Ca- LOCAL. FINANCE CO. SIMMONS'. KOCH _. TUBES. ,) "? v *' **
week said that CSM protein! ; 'DRUG'' STORE
put? this alibi on ice last < when he stationed'' in Pensaco'a" -' -
hoon, ,110' s '
he would "look with favor" on the 'f urIaningf ..1- trr"- CRA.WFO.RD BROS. i( I.. t Time To Re-roof.

301 between Baldwin and Maxville, and that it time: Tobacco'trying growers.tif"raise"plants''are having this a Dhmer: guests Sunday of: Mr. .Gtttr:"S,, :RVICE'1 j.Sr: L DENMARK. .\ FURN. CO.- .

be the 1960-61':.budget If ''the :O.: 'E.. Cfosby. were Mr. '
would included year. Again'th< tJuyal l County Commission obtained or gave assurance been the trouble, and then it and ;;Mrs'Sherman Crosby and '
that it would obtain the right-of-way. was wet and 'Blue Mold got ch"iliiren'ajn1d..MrV'and'; Mrs.: John AIQTQRS t, STARKE TELEPHONECHARLEX mm
started'andthat"set the- plant; Spehce"anpV 'MissJ ,Ann Ward. of
said unless the Baldwin-Maxville : -
Powers : E.
Jacksonville.Mrs. ,
the ; :" :
tack. One of big growers
will "
stretch is four-laned,- the Road Department Fred McDavid, put at Brooker fat: Dickens and little Insurance- Agency- .. ,SUPPLIES : wo 4.1201sT4jJcS 'Starke, Fla.
ahead and settle for resurfacing the "
probably been
go allotment daughter. Elizabeth:,
.who has about a 30-acre

present"digericy"'status, inadequate will two-lane.be lifted If from this is the done project, the: a r plant, .setting raiser. his stock from 'sick with. flu. 'for, '.the, last". several .-' '1 -,..... u" -, .. .' _. ,- ..... .'-. ". .. .,

when another chance forooilaning .'' .' "
and there is'no' telling '
it wilt! be revived. George. Huggins said the 115 :

With the new Interstate Highway crossing 301 growers; who have allotments totaling / U iW'T i f'B .ATh' '

.just south of Baldwin the urgency of four laning about t285 acres usuall3save //"V: 7-"j':4 ;
than their tobacco out at thisine : > : <
rom Baldwin to Maxville is more apparent *- : ;
ever before. There will Ee an interchange (clover other': and two estimates weeks before it will it can be an toe ; {,i '

allow motorists to leave the Interstate ; .. : L '" 0. PI4 j..
leaf) to !
done. 't\"i:,. -J.1 't ; :; .., .. 'fj.1t.- .
o* -V- ::
and take 301 South-but can you *. : '
it this
> point I' A'J ...,:.,.
imagine any motorist in his right mind, leaving We understand there will be a' ". :; '... ." <" -
Federal #Jimit d-access highwayand fair-sized planting of sweet corn : .
the magnificent "
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i in the f -: :
him to and watermelon
embarking on what would appear pepper ; < :"f.v; : fife .
section. And some of : *-"
be a ridiculously narrow, dangerous, and trthche'rous Heilbrqnn ?- .
the growers are,taking an'interest .
301 leading south from the Inter- !
of "
strip unlessit in pre-emergence weed killersto ; i 'r:.. :, .q : :" ,-.. ',' :-t _. -.- .
state? Chances'are., he will pass up ( .-,; : A '
control weeds in sweet : -d'. i .. .
corn.t .
is four-laned at this point) and 'go on to some S. '." ;" .!; -I .I .: :, .
., ..
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; : .
other southbound interchange that presents amore Some of our melon growers ; F.: f" ,; : '. ." .
inviting picture. planted a while ago; sucrras' N. < ., /. .: : '. ."-- i;- .: .
the four-laning of 301 between G. Hayes, but the cold got them. ., "
That is why '
this : :, ; '; : -4' "
Baldwin and Maxville is so especially vital and They will be replanting ). "i' -, ; 'J > "
week. / -_ -r
I at this tim Knowing the efficiency .
'significant .'f / :
Chamber of Commerce Road Com- / :. ,.;r : : ... '. .. 'iiJ < .
'with which our One of the questions we'veheard < t '" ""' 'O<">'='" forDEADLINE .' '.. .. .
i in the past we do not ,, 'S ;
mittee has asked'' a number of timesWHEN i. '. : .,.
think its members will, permit\ any grass to grow .. : ; :- -" '.- ... .

under their feet. But if any Urging' is Necessary, t, i s r 2 ". 'i "

ire\ hereby urge them and urge the,business people l .'.
community to urge them to "get on the l MODERN 4., _
of the .. '' .: LIV.IN' t' "'" ,o"e!' .
ball" and do everything possible as soon as pos- .> -. ', : "f', ->. ,
,. ., ,
.. _. .. 'h ". "?.
"mission accomplished <.0. *
y can"report
sible. until they ; : ft.! $/ ) 11 Ct ; } 1t'r. .s /*
Our!" friends in Baldwin are just as. eager forth'is lOll :.': APRIL 75 ) ; '

project as we are but they have been just : ,.
,. ; 'Il'; .",' ;'
small voice trying to make itself heard in .. -: .
very ... ,
,large county. It is hoped that our Chamfer : : \ '

a very of Commerce committee can give them' the .HE[::9 An( otfs the time fa apply for Natural.Gas Service to youj home .

support and backing they need to make themselves !' ,

heard by the Duval. County Commission.!then the .01 husmess! A $5.00 deposit; required.( : .
loud enough
If these voices are t .
voices of 6,000 persecuted' motorists who must MONEY ,:,. ':' t f.r: ,
drive this nine-mile "rocky road to Dublin" everyday I ,' : . t !
should certainly get some consideration. ," ,Yes, now while our seryice line crews are in Starke, we will install ,;}r. .

The introduction our tourists, are. 'given to ..'. ...:.. .4\, ."..! CI, n'J rfc.i-ir II .11..' "ff 4"" -' I--' f > v- >i,** .. ..'..,.f.. .'o",'." ." -

Florida on this stretch of road" is enough to sour., SEE USlOANS .:,' -: 'f' the service. '.line from the main to your: house absolutely( "j : .. -, ..

them on the entire state. ? t.. 'i ,.' Ittit. x'..% tiL t i *?.? ,?._, f nt. n .1. ? r" '' 'fREE '

: > .' .;s-: '
film/ Flam/ yictimsIt '
ore <. :; .: If. : L. P. Gas .
r': you arc: now using we convert your equipment to us : '. :
happened again! An aged couple at Alach.ua : V-.' -' iJ: ; .t'- -, '. trlIt.I'If14t't''FT: ). .'s t ,-
lost 600 last Friday to a ,flim-flam 'artist in : : ; i : > ... >
| Bradford : : : Natural ($as at no cost. to. you. ; .
that hn elderly s
the .
much same manner ,' .-' > *. ; I. i .,....
several weeks. \ ,, .
large sum .
County couple a. .
that' ..... ,-\ ". ,

ago.sounds In as fact if they the cases might are haye so: been similar worked .by UP TO :'''S' .:', < Sjo :save, money ll// ffcf City Clerk/ : at, the City Hall today and have ,.,>>>' .

the At same Alachua person.the victims ,invited a strange e t : your Natural .Gas service: line installed -- .. "

._ .
that she I FREE
womah into their house on 'a pretext $$600 S. 'S S .
She persuadedthem
could cure them of their ailments' ,
.. Iaslre; .r -
to produce their money which she wrappedin '!: R '

a handkerchief. Next she placed the handker- .' Whether plan to use Natural Gas now, or at a later date let us "
chief (supposedly containing ,the money) under a ** -v r", you *-. <* trput ;
pillow and told the old folks to leave it there "

for nine days and their troubles would( & over. "Folks, Find .U. your* service J line, in now-, while-I ars..aa&the i work r>& fctf W crews J Ar J M. At ore* ,. in*v .your->.* -. neighV --. '; ,:, ." .a :,. :,
: ,
she made a hurried exit. suspicious ;
Then S ,
later, the victims decided to Took in the Friendly"LOCAL 5, :hxhswl. S -S S ; :'rS .'.>" :-t'.-;;","<'..,;. .:
of .
handkercief under the pillow and found 5 > -

coarse. _, nothing but a wad of worthless paper.Their FINANCE S '
"was gone with the woman. -'Let; MAINS.L:i S ; ,
money '
; [: :
'* IF "VE ON rUE .
this Jbe another warning.: COMPANY'w t YOU /!! ... 1 ....... .' ,' ,

COUNTY TELEGRAPH. j Ufi, J N. Walnut. +.Street. BAtl wg. i Qf 1 :' \? ; '-.

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I At Dyal( Ciii& 9 ', ". : fifE -; p--I -- -- .-4..
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; : ,. 4 '. ';" WUliaxn' Henry Kersey. i8. '-- k- -, I

-I .* ,- ;4-2 : ... /klisd Saturday March*l2m: 'the t-i; : -_ j- _

I tI, ,: : A'i' i Vet lanS HoS itar ,at. Lake MCitjrafter rTha ..
,4 ,&' linkericgriUnes3"':" ..t.tI _

__ Mr. Kersey was born Jan. 2. I ; \J -

I lS3i in Bradford,,County,; ant I _
I II II I bad' been residing in Daytona t f ,. :2 t
I Beath. He: vas: a carpente: by Plastic --k; 1I .. ,. i .,

trade. a.'' teran of the Korean : ,- tit! .
Wcr mt a member 'of the I : -\ : '
: : Bap- l- ;-. ,
j'. tist; Church.
Ip tt r- ,.> "' 1 f 'oumvihg are his wife. Shirley : fYimthI

Moyer< Kersey two Wm. ,.
____ ? ; sons, I
t H: Kersey Jr.. Tampa.and Char-

,. (Its Daniel Kersey Daytona I

Beach; his ,fath&. A. L. Kersey.

I land mother, Annie Connell Ii Helps
!z! U W Adams, both' of Slarke. ; and

I EY fhrefc sisters Mrs. C. E. Burk- ,

4 : rLI: J halter: Jacksdm-iUei Mrs. Jim (1.iccmnat

'Thompson; ''LaGranse,!: Ga_ ,and;i

I jfT: iI4ITI4Ij ''Mis: C. B. Deese. gtarke;," .

: Funeral service' ? were held at 1

2 p. m* Tuesday with militar

I 1 rites at the graveside, DyalJcgie&i : Cold

Rev<.j.\V wynn.

pastor of paleb Baptist.Ch. rch, .

_- ___ Jacksonvill, officiatedvand De-

Witt C. Jolies Funeral Home was

Rites WednesdayFor Beautiful New BUS Auditoriums J IFuneralunday(! charge )I:>f arrangements. I II y). .

fi ;; ya
I Leaman NormanAt ;jFor !. L.Griffis, I 1st Heard

If proof Is needed that plastic phew, Leaton Mathews, ai(1'Cuunty lants are out-bearing the grass-
Northside i.I
Used For First Time Last \Week \j Victim dfc,I." Fire ** : i I At Rothry'CJi lit. mulch helps protect strawberries Agent G. T. Huggins, mulched ones because the' plastic '

Daniel of I I .. from the ravages of cold weather Morgan said the berries came stems to hold the heat in the
Leaman Norman 48
Percy Lewis Griffis, 52. of Rai- Rev. Cljfae Kendall), evangelist I
Miami, died Saturday -after a the handsome new $169,000 BUS :auditorium with a seating I 'orddied Thursday in a Starke .i now conducting revival''services'at ,- this display of luscious Flori- horn plants protected by plasticrnulch.and ground, keeping temperature several -
degrees warmer than
short illness. He was born at capacity of 950. and a 35-foot wide stage, was used for the '; .spital from the ffects'of burns 'the First aptis Church, spoke da 90's, marketed by Leaton which were set abouta .nulching. Frost also clings grass to,

I Lawtey on Sept. 11, 1911 and first' time last week when the Senior Class presented' its play: icceived on March eth when his ': at the Rotejftee ry dub. '}Yedne.sday<<:- on Morgan Jr. [Center last Thursday month later than his grass the grass mulch more than it

was the son of the late J. S. "Father Knows Best" The play was well received: by audiences clothing aught fire. at his home. i tJie"threat 'of Communism to the seems evidence enough.!Innlched plants. Although plant- hoes to the plastic causing more I'

Norman who and survives CarriePhillips,him. He Nor-had Friday and Saturday nights, and was also presented; once for Mr. Grif/is waIt stttfaguifcont; ,.orld. The.Si.jfeaJwr predicted With Morgan lat left] is his ne- I led later, the plastic mulched damage to plants Morgan said.
iian. of a gas. heater when hIS : ultimate [disaster :'unless' the -
Jived in Miami about ten years, high school students and once for elementary. The class netted cothing: became ."-lfnited and Christian jpeoptes* of {he' ,world Ford D. Manning Francis Marie Barry John I. Warren,
from the I Unlicensed Dance .* :Mathew Lawrence W. Batten Jeff Weston
l and was a member of the Baptist over $600 play. burned him when he ruf Eugene
severely awake to the threat-'sand take
I Josephine F. Mathews Robert Norman Beers Jack Wiley
Church. I i an from the hquse. His wife steps to co nbat it. Hall Brings Fine LowellV.. Mathew Franklin D. Bennett Carlos F:. William "
Methodist'Church Plans 4. Marvin Mayo Arol Eugenia Bt-nton Evelyn .V. Williams ,..
Besides his mother, he is survived -I ApprovedFor Rosa is'received burns on The speaker was introduced by. \
; Clara Hughe Mays, Ruth V. C'f'nton.Mae);; Williams I
by his wife-Beulah;Brown-> SchoolAt both hands, and arms Rev. L. D. Raines,tpastor-or First .Mary Barnes operator of the Jr. Joyce< Mary BoltonRoy / Morris E. Williams ,
I tog Norman of Miami :the Schedule for week of March High attempt-I D H. Mays C. Brinkley Willie William ..t
; ing to smother. the Baptist C rch."the; prqgr ra was Snack Bar on Temple Avenue. .
ETna W. MetzfcerE'arie Columbus PHECIXCT -
I daughters, Mrs. William Wilson,I l20: Keystone Mr. Griffis was born Oct. 4,II! in charge >f Lex Green.' arrested Saturday night on a i E. Minott Rebeetahirooks_ Graham .

Mrs. Joe Rondez, and Miss Madeline Sunday Church School 9:45a. 1907 in Union County, and was I Rotary 'resident T. A. Yawn charge of operating a dance hall I Kathleen A. Monteith \. C crown Hillard B. Broughton
: It J. Leona T. Brown Ethel R. DempseY
I Norman; four sons, Garland m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Preliminary plans have been the son of. the late Jofca Her/ryj \rg dJ all $embers.possible! to af-! without license. In Mayor's: Court] Doris Moore Montgomery Mary T. Brown .Robert C. Frazier

Marcus, Wayne and Danny Methodist Youth snack supper, approved for the addition of and Lisa Starling Griffis. He was I tend the D strict'Conference start-] Monday she pleaded' guilty and I Annie B. Moorman Sherdia Fitch Brown Lester ilorrls Gatlin

I Norman all of Miami; three ,I 16 p. m. Youth meetings. 6:30: p. three classrooms at the Keystone an employee of the Florida For I.ing ;JSu d at the Robert Myer paid $50 fine. Harvey William S.A.Merits Moorman S.William X. Brown T. Brown Ola Mattie Mae F.Gatlin Griffin

I bothers; Othma, Truman, and ';ra. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Heights Junior High Schoo!, e-try Service and a member of Hotel in Jwksosyille., I I Emma 1oRIt y'n\. Ward Brown Margaret f'. Lefevers .

Howard Norman, all of Lawtey;.I'I Monday Men's Club supperin which will be gradually converted Pine Grove MethodistChurcto/i!. ... Maude Xewmans Joe Carter Asa n. McKeithan 'I

and four sisters, Mrs. Oscar Car-: Fellowship Hall. 7 p. m., $1. :into a senior high school during Besides his wife, h>: isj suryijfled : 1',H. { ,.. NOTICE I James Herbert E.S.Xorman Norman A.Nathaniel J. Carver Carter Joe Colen l..eroIorgan M. Rat: !!!!

ter, Mrs, Owen Carter, both of Tuesday Study Course."Luke's the next few years, according to b} a daughter, :Mrs.: Juanita Anderson The oilawing names of persons who, failed to vote during 193819a9uw1IElremoved. Georgella D. Xorris Daisy Pelle Chandlrr PIIKCIXCT .NO. 3-
William King Chandler Hampton .,
L( Lawtey; Mrs. Wade Gaskins. Portrait of Christ. given an announcement by Clay County -I ,. and one son, Lesser Grifr ) from. : the Registration Books as of .April, 1960, James E. Ormond Herbert Lee dhesser William II. Batwick .

I Starke. and Mrs, Johnny Aguair, bj; WSCS 9:30: a. m. Covered School. Superindentent H. C. !his, all of Raiford; four broth less*they the office of the Supervisor Registration un-I Alice Overturf Can.l C. Conner Mrs. W. P. -Bin! !
Jacksonville: ". > rush! lu heon will follow. Cub jers, Jim Silas and Calvin Grifjfis -I Contact C. L. Overturf, Jr. Atha Copeland Lillian Blackman
I ( in Fellowship Long. I hint- their! desire_ to continue_ as. voters in Bradford CountV., ,Garnita H. Parker Neil .G. _Crawford Shirley (!: Brennan
Scout Pack 70 meets I --- nn
Funeral services were held at I A contract for addition of the all of Raiford. and' Nelson I f'"D.n William W. Parker Enoch Crews Adelard E. Cnarron

i 2:30 p. m. 'Wednesday in North- I Hall, 7:30: p. m. classrooms should be let by May j Griff, Lake Butler; two: sister,| .rRICINCro. ,- Idella White Jessie M. Dryden Veanie Leatha. D.Patterson Parramore Florence Ann D'Agostino< D'Agostino Olive Ant ilia li.Charron Charron

with Rev. Wednesday Men's Glee Clubo I Mrs. Lizzie Thornton, Raiford, La".., Robert Angus Whiten! P. Duke :Martin Clora Clark
I \ side Baptist Church. for: completion by next September Charlie Alexander h. ad i.@lla n. Duke George Peek Jr. D'Agotuliui R.
Asbury College, Wilmore. Ky. :and Mrs. Mae Shadd Malissa Pelham Billy D. DanlibWillie N. Durham .
1 Tampa.
Burial ,
Gerald Suggs officiating. Irene Anderson Julia Whitley Herbert Dukes'Eugene"A
] and Long said a 10th grade S. J. Pendarvls Mildred K. Davis Mary Dyal ,
"rill; give a concert of religious Funeral services"were "held qatl stin Jfart i J. Whitley Geraldine T. DuMars
I was in Dyal Cemetery under the will be added in September. I John Mary Dunaway B. O. Perkins Bettie H. Dean America L. Eiland
\3fection of DeWitt C. Jones rausic, 7:30: p. m. Public cordially the graveside in. Pine. --GroveJ Hfl1iMJ"TheBarber'Artie B. Wilkerson Thelma. Ruth Rose E. Perkins John H. Deas Jr. Bryant B. Eiland
Amanda Wilkinson Eblmg
[ It is the hope of the School I I C. M. Phillips Anna Belle Devlin Emily Ethel Gil-
| Home. ,, invited. Cemetery at 1 p. m. Sunday with Ruth A. Barber Edgar W. Wilkinson -\licf' Edwards Mary M. Phillips H. C. Douglas martin
I.. Board Long declared, to add a Mary, Annette Faber
7eral Thursday Prayer group in Rev. Jim Williams and Rev;. C. Shirley )raft.! Charlie Williams J.v.. Pooser lola Douglas Oliver Franklin Gor-
Shepard U.
grade each year thereafter for J Cf B. Pab9u CHile Mae Williams Willie Mae Powell Hattie Easley rell
I Ladies Bible Classroom. 9:30: a.m. ;H. Rhoden 'officiating.' Burial I Cora e&rhvr .(' \(' \O. 2- Anthony Favata Lily M Pooser Rosa B. Flowers PerrY E. Griffin

1 t I,Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. I gradual. conversion into a high 1 1chooI. was in 'the family\ plot under*the *i Henry Killer Hefty Berry,. North StarkrKdmond Adams Jr. LOUIs Raymond K. Favata R. Favata Dolores PowersWashington Harvey II. Fowler Inez GriffisOscar

I dnection oF DeWitt C. J ieiFuneral f Ollie M. flakes Powers, Geneva O. Franks Griffin
Keystone Heights students Ruth Vern' Loyal Aldridge Jr. Lee 1-:. Frank Arnold O. Haddock
; At The Tabernacle I a-I Home of Starke. Willie Berry Solomon S. Albright Seeber Forsyth Evelyn Quarles C. F. Garrett June J. Haddock
love the 9th have been attending "Boat James Florence I. Forth
grade Warren L. wright Alyarez Willie K. Quick Delia J. Garrett Ruth M. Hammond
Active Mallie .
pallbearers I
.. Ray: D.
Willie Mae Bolton John I Alvarez Forth
I jbigh school Starke Viverette Raulerson Walter Gibbs William W. Hammond
IJ :\ u\j Griffis. Lorenzw, Griffis. 1 Rafl Clady Y. Bond II. V. Alrarrs t George Frazier Jr.
Jewell : John X
Tabernacle services last- Sun- P. Redding P. Gill Anna <
I Melrose, and Oreen Cove1 Springs. I R. .W. Bond. Ruby L Alvarez Joan F. Furlong :' .
mond Qriffis.; RObeJt Anderson! : Lriuin H. ReddingClarence Paul V. Goodrich Jable D. 'U*, .
|' day wero conducted by membersot -. : Charlie 'C. Bowentargaret Lucille -\n.J., W. t Furlong .M. Reddish Laura T. Goolsby Madison 1". Lee. .
the gioup in the absence of J. B. Whitehead. and Meji'in l Clarence' Albert Bray derson L. D. Garrison fleece, Belva C Win. C. Gofdinier. Jr.Lucy E. McGee
''* **-** > Lizzie Mae Bright Edward F Bagwell Franklin I. Oase.Florlee .. '
Harris. H. L Reed JotS H. Green 'Oscar G. McGee
Hear again 4n just one day- the sponsor. J. T. Quigley. who Lulu BrlttBarbara Evelyn C. Bagwell M. Gay Dorothy (I. Reese Leon M. Griffin Jeannine C. Manning

Iwith new I960 JIaioo Hearing was ill. Those taking part were sisters. T. Caldwell Kenneth BagWIl.Ruby. .Rosier' (JaynoeIlennon Eddie Rigsbee Louise M. isLucile Marion C1. Manning '1

Glasses! Slim bows, classic) M. J. McRae Scripture reading; Funeral services were held in Social Security'A Clyde John W.Carter Cald\\'t'll Lovie liirta Mae E. Bagwell Banks I. II.Gliswon GITs'soniSallie Alice fishy Griffis Betty J. ParrUh Mar C .
I (' Iors. Write for FI'f'fBooklet\ Mrs. Florence Hippie Flannel- Sardis'Baptist"Church near Brook-:' : representative of the Gaines- Mattie Carter A. G. Barnes Tony ..GonalezCharlie Edith Robert.C.N. Rogers Rogers Willie S.P. J.Griggs Grigga Robert Margery R..,' Parrih ,

otsloplii graph story; and Mrs. H. F. Mc- er with Rev. James Temple, pas j yule Social Security office will be Caraline Dora Clark R. demons Margaret Claude E.G.Batten Batten manClara' Edward Gor Kills RosierGeorge lHamhlen Ella L. Rh'oden- \ '
tor of Brooker Chufcliijbf- in the courthouse at Starke at I :iLeon ; Sapp Cherie Mae Harper' W. E. Rhoden
Rae, a missionary talk; Mrs. I Covington Cora B. Beard Cray Jr. John Pennie Sapp Eddie M. Harper Andrew Rivers .
MAico McGee, song. Mrs. McRae has i ficiating. Burial ,was in the Efeey j I 9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 24, for W. E. Covington S. F. Beard .rSara W. Gray" Edward J. Schwab James lIarrlll' Edna Taylor ." I
l Bertha Lee Beck E. E. 'GreenHafkell
II Cecil E. Crawford. Jr. ,. :
John Varnes
Virginia A. SchwabBeatric Harris Lula D.
saved with her husband in mh-! Cemetery. .the purpose of conducting social Clara Crawford J. D. Beck GreenIrene
t' i Scurry Pauline L. Harris PR"'I. ('T %O.- C -
1 MR. R.C. I isionary work in the Virgin ; ..... security business.Don't 1 Gerald Crawford Dora E. Peebe !'Katie Green Lois L !iSeley Barbara J. Hawkins Tberes.a .
Harold W. Crawford Edward S. Beebe Green William Gordon Joe 1Hazen Ed Battle
Hearing Aid Consultant i ikiand. and other places. I Leona Crawford Prank J. Beebe Oleta Jw Green Jeff O. Sellers Seley Alberta H. Hodge Louirfe Battle
A guest speaker will be heard Herbert C. Crews Lula- Mae' Beebe Ruby Green Cecil L. Sewell Elizabeth O. Hodge Edwin T. Bennett
.from Honar Crews J. A. Bell Annie Jane Greene H. Dean Willie V. Holland Iris R. Bennett
11 next Sunday.'William i Miss The Big Show. James Crews Margaret Bell John C. Greene Mildred '1':. Shadd Luther G. Huff Wallace L. Plait
MAICO; HEARING John Crews Jr. Alberta Bennett Ralph B. Greene C. Luther Shanbarger Mary A. Huft Jean S. BlattBlanche
Doris E. Danson Mary N. Bennett Violette !S.:; Greene Dob
Betty H. Sherwood Joel l M. Hull A. son
,( SERVICE T. Blair I Paul L. Dinkins Jr. Alpine Berry James GrierAneil J. E. Sherwood Julia Isaac Walter Luclusr Dobson.
I Carol S. Dixon Robert fo::. Biggs W, < rlffia Eloise H. Siemer Willie James Mamie L. Dodd
Services Held Every Sat. 5:30 FJL WJX'TJack!onville Ch. 4 William W. Dixon Prances H. Birt EstherWVtfrifns; Marie-*-Siemer Marco Jarago Marie J. Durand.
319-20 Professional Bldg. Arlie J. Dobbs Jr. Marvin! BirtArdell Rollin. R. Griffis Audrey M. Silcox Marie T. Johns M. T. Gordon
Featuring the Famous Radio and TV Stars '- Jttaron Sapp' Eiland BlackburniOt. M. Griffis Francis Silcox James W. Johnson Bobby Joe Hall
Jacksonville 2, Fla. William Talmadge Blair, 57 .of : \ elhnal. Bates Agnes C. BleasdaJe Wilbuf K. Griffis ;Milton Simmons Alice A. Jones John R. Hall
\ lliorge, J. Estes Sam G. P-leasdate Albert C. Griffiths. Audrey M. Edwin O. Howard ,
Lula Kite
died last week in "Ala-:
in MOIL Prooker iI 'Jj James Evans Eugene D. Blye Eva T. Gunter
; Will be Starke I Dorothy Sinko Baker Helen W. Laporte Frances A. Hurst
chua General Hospital. He was 1 it j, loyd Lee Fugatt Izona U. Bradley ;Willard W. Gunter Arthur Smith Joseph E. Laporte Dan Loper
March 21, at born Dec. 4, 1902 in Union Coun- and their Clinch Mountain Boys1YOU \ CVaser Green John' Leslie Bradley :Bettie Tilly L.Lou Hagan Burnie Smith J. C. LarramoreMabel Donna B. MeCrja
Edna Hagan
| Hattie Green F. Bridges
I Eva Kathleen. Smith E. Lawson Henry V. MKTrea
Koch's Store ty and was employed as a mech- < Eva Griffis henry Brown Helen B. HainesLlmile
Drug Jack; R. Smith Guy V. Lee Julia Mae : I
D Haines II
anic. -v I Griffis Juanita Brown Laura Smith Winnie Holly Lee Lillian L. NorwoodK.

Come. in for: a FREE hearing I j Surviving are his wife, Alma i Richard C.M. Griffis Grtffis Ralph Emma P.J. BryanAcle Bryan .Robert Ella)) Ruth.\.. Hall Hall'I1Iism' RachaeJ Pauline D.f. Smith Smith' Aileen L.R. LlnsiDarJs.1I LinsinOliver B. Parke J. l&y'iP"' Jr. j

test and demonstration or i Blair; two daughters, Mrs. Alma Mary Lee Hampton Bryant James Ellis Hamilton I Irene N. Sommer Margaret E. 1 'Cabe EditH PrsanTR. .
i [ De Loach. Jacksonville; Mrs. Mary and YOUR STATE ladle Hancock); James Willie Bryant .Sammfe Isaiah Hardenbrook Hankersoj Robert Sommer Sarah M. 11<-<:all ., L. Pi ana Sr. .
Mae Belle Hancock Bryant
j phone WO 4-4401 for an appointment Mattie Southerland pn- :McCauley David G. Ross
.: I Cornwall, Columbus Ga., and one i Grace Harley John S. Burel Harry Harmon; Joy B. Southerland Viola L. McCauleyBertie Sterling S. Sawyer Jr.
la your home. No ton, Billy, of Brooker. Also surviving Bf pile*.'.ljelld nn ',* W. C. Purton James H. Harrell Sr.. Esther 'T. Stalling McKinney IL. Lloyd Scott ,
Granver Harris

obligation.iiou'tt. I i, are three brothers and__six "DOLLARS J 1. 1 AHEAD': ;! ?:: 'Leila Clyde Elsie flendr1etn P.Mae Hiatt HIalt Milford Mildred Mary E.Campbell J.Campbell Byrd 'Henry Rosa Bell Harris Harris Toni Warren Irene C Starling_J.Stallings\Starling- June Roy Cecil C L.Mark McKinney McKlnney Jane Gertrude ford ScOtt R. Shackel'I

.. : Edward A. Hartmann
---If l ) ;p-.JtUks. .. 1.Viola O. Carlton August Steinhagen John S. Mathia J. H. Shackelford
I Ievin( Jenkins Leola Carl well Betty M. Hayes Doris K. Stewart Willie. Mathis Charlie Stapleton
Roosevelt! Johnson Delores R. Carmichael F. R. Hayes Helen Strickland Charles H. Mitchell Elmo Claude Stephl'nlllabel
ELECT I when you shop Annie Jones Evelyn Carter Melvin W. HenleySarah' E. Swanson mice Mitchell Elva E. Sullivan I
W. M. Carter M. Hicks
4 Corine Jones Anna Taccia Mary Mitchell Walter Swindell
J"tk.f=ft"lnel r '( George Ann Casey 'Jamex M. HighJa'mes Helen L. Werdna Phyllis MoodyHenry F. Taylor
; 1 \ Taylor
BUSTER whereyou.see
R. ) Louis Hillendahl
W. ( i -' J it fI John P Casey Ray P. Taylor Page V. Mode Leon B. Trlert "
Louise Hillen-
\ Mary Kittles August C. Cassiato Mary
Bettye. Jean Thomas James E. Morgan S. E. TristLeamon
i iCOMMISSIONER iI iI iI : thissigr, Leavitt. Erman ChesterCaroline Cassiato dahiMnhtnt.y7nor Dan G. Thomas Norma Morrison V. Williamson
Corine Hudson'Clarence .
. $e-JlnaGladys: M. Chesser Leslie Nathan "thomasM"f A. Muhlhofertarml PRECINCI'. NO TJTrw -
E. Huteheson
HANCOCK 1s" Charles L. Clark
S B. Thompson Walter M Mublhofer River .
Mattie L. Marcus Lizzie Lee Clark Flossie, V. Hyatt 31. C. Thompson, Joan C. Myers Ernest Gene Andrew
Carl S. Mosley Joyce -ColemanKenneth 'Frank Jackson Eliza Thornton Helen W. Norman Bill Bank
Carrie Bell Mosley X. Coleman lames. A.. Jackson Owen A. Thornton Mearlie Osteen Marie Banks!
Robert Brooks MosleyShlrley Rae Colley ,Laura 1. Jackson
Ruby Mable Thornton- J. Oswen Frieda S. Cr/w
I Josephine Myers. ,. j..... William O. Collins Alma JenkIns Lena Timmons Eleanor Palmes William Robert Crews ..
.,I Horace i-Nettl*' .* tl w- Collin Jr. Lillie Alphoiyo J JenkinsMayfcelleNormA Johns Lizzie R. Tompkins Charles, C. Parker Curtis Dukes! .
I ) Annie. P.
Ella Mae Tucker Frank Parks Jewel Madaline puke
I .' E. Norswofthy. Catherine H. Colson Minnie 1ohnson ftns Mary Ella Turner Charles Sharrod ParErn W. MabreyVaseo
: .- Jeff.. D1. Prevail 't Thomas F. Colson Alice ,' Bruie Tyson tin Jr. PRECINCT XO.7'8 -
9 "' c o UtU; : (1JI Sl1JttnuttEarl Cook Anthony R. Johnson Florin Tyson Melba S. Partin Br..ker .t
Jr. tRoy .
-\ Rufus Preyatt Lita D. Cook Vesta r%. Tyson James W. patray Jr. W. G. Baxter ..
.' Sue Ratoiu Ethel Mae Covington Q JohnsonSamuel Marie A. Underbill: Essie Lee Perdue ('Jaren.J1otone
T A M P S Lois Covington .Home* H. Jones James Peterson /
., I Re8diek Underbill A. Mary Bryan. .
B. Jones
I n < T.arhara Ann CrawfordMlnnlejj\ I L. 11. Vann Jr. Max Peuker. Hazel C Carlton
naVid.P ymond

J f- H :: ., ::: ', .1.'* .1tIi Annie*.-RIvers i 4r ,, -,I-G. L. CrawfordHamilton Eugene 'Junia JlaroldJ Xelma.;A.S.F. Jordan Keen Jordan Ruth Margie P.Marie VIal! Vann Joanne Brie L. Phillips Phillips Johnnie IU.*V! R R., Carlton Clark ..

Eva Rose Crawford Fred Victor Elsie! Mae PIgott Ern"t.)1. 'Douglas
) ,, Charles! W. Cressler :ernleee Kelly alIie C. Price .J.
I ., ;> Ion\ nowe Virginia Ryan Victor Maurice Dyal
,1 H. B. Kelly
: ., i *. "' ; Juanita Crews Cranvll Dan Priest
.' J m MD. no.re 'f Louis Kelly Earl M. Wainwright Dyal
YOU RE dollars ahead because Xadlne.Crews. Nora Mary D. Priest Harry O. Edwards
: .. your s&H Green Winnie Rowe Trudie lUe Keljy Lee, Wainwright ..
t % \ Orla" Crews tee Clyde E. Itthme: Ella Mae FowlerRabbet
4t.fa Stamps give extra values in Albert Sappenfield Jacqueline M. Crlgwell Edna, Marie Kennedy Jr.1tc.). C. Ray. Green '
Stephen A. Weldon
you Distinguished '
i Ruby Sap Dfiel4 Winton E. CrUweli Earl X.t.ee1 Ernest Wengenroth Laura L.. Heaves Doyle F. Hazen I
r I IThe Merchandise at no added cost to you Loon Bell.Edward Sauls Effi Lee CrosbyIris junSor'L. erseyAda Blanche Williams L. 1:,. Heaves Jettre Mae Hasen
Smith Thelmi Jean Ker.ey.rtba
fcia K. Crosby Ie. -R. Williams'Edna James E. Richards Jack. H4g!:. .
SaAtta Frederick D.
our R. Crosby Key
< Mae John C. Robertsleaac John Jfild"6
''J Plumber! not so dumb Only fully qualified YOUR STATE -1. .. j .' i tict1q L',.t etn 'Starling George Cuffee Norma;2. Key Idamay Williams Williams Uoblnson Evan W. Hodges Jr.
is dollars ahead Freeman R. Starling Ernest' Kirkland J
L too because S&H Walter Cumlngs Irene 'WilliamsJeanette Elizabeth A. Romedy Annie Johnson '
: Ask anyopa candidate for Nancy Starling Mary. M. Dally V lle ;Mae Kirkland Alice St. John
For whom they plumb. is: a.bfg buyer .of your State'smanufacturedf,.\.\ $ > ; Ket tle ..StarlingKdsi Mod 8t1no- C. D'Aloia Holljay. Knight Jr. Josephine,E.Will Williams at JJ Edwin H. St. John Allen J. Lewis .
3Iae'StarIhii .. Daniel Is; KII.1PL -. '1f
Lonnle 1. LJflie '. Williams J'C.. RalUbnry CeH Mooft<
products for
600 Green .
ij It wasn't from carelessness thatyour Stamp redemption Emogen*. J. Stevens A. C. Davis E. Knight' I Mary Ruth Willlami Rtehard Sanders Ophelia Moor

it plumbing! got that way.. You -centers'across the nation. Daisy Ronald Strickland L. Stevens Edmon ParisGeorgia Vivienne Merlara Ruth R. Knight. Lane f f Ruther Lee Williams John William BasseT Cord Ha MottMargie ;
Davis '
OF 'I Alfred 3.!. Wood L. Schaefer Clara S. Nettles'Mildred 'Ti
just didn't call the right plumber. I Enoch Strong. Jr. Lottie Mae Davis 'Blue KYpa Laura- i; Lol Woods* Bulb it. Bhinbarger A. ,Z. Padgett <
of J. M4 le Kelte, Strong R, E. Darts Sr. more : James C. Tarbrongh Juanita Smith Cqlt"mAD' F. Padgetttt "
J Zext time (all: us and be sure AGRICULTURESucctuful Lauramor
W Wilbur Strong ames {1C.
t So shop where you EC* the.sign oi Ernest Deli I Paul Ton W. S. Smith El1-.JeA Pa -g4t-- .
p results that really satisfy Aaron Augustus Sum- oosenlt Dell Jr. Pam. Lawson Elena :21. Zepp Alma Leia Sparks >rr4Oaearr .tv: PIT11i .
i U MMiiiBlBHMMHMmMBMBBMiMI farmer -the sign that means extraTalues t ncr, }L Dell Cnartie'Isabelle .te.Parker Lee Newell B.U \ D. W. Demps PRECINCT !{O. 3.- Iris L StarlingJoe Ernew Ra I *,, -'
Business man for your home State Archie A- Suraner E DeSue Thelma. Louis Lee F
too. Clarence Rb .
.S4Itb -Starke S. Starling Lelia Ma : *
Reels Sumner Harold 1(. LenncmJ. ,
i Florida SchoolsB. l Richard DeSu
::1 Uecat.kie W. H. Agner Earl Strickland 'Vn.OD P.usi .
S. Dgr -i i.'AjrUulrure I .Lotoit Henry F.Taanef Button'..., Evelyn B. Dick D. !LockrjdgeMarke L. Luke lyrtleD.. Anger RoaftDary.StrkkADd! c. B. Stallfligs- : I -
'" 'J. a; Dick : L. D. Sullivan Marguerite Stalling.-
Carl Anders
U. of Fl.. "
Tann McCondichieVada
Maria Etna Dixon H. H. "
L. Taylor
Elizabeth Anders 3arence. Cora Stoke
Mann* Veisrea f'rlol Thornton1M. j._ Jay e Virginia, Dixon Nathan: Mccormick .1 C. L. Anderson, E. C. TayloiJohn Elmer Stokes .
Family Mea -. __'\.au--) Dodlu, Char u C. Clyde T. McCrary Dnren Anderson Harrlette M. Taylor Nellie: Sugzs. ,'\. .'
Trudeau .
Oscar Henry J. MfCrarr
rccorj of selfless senric Tuckar. James Monroe. DonglasEvelynJ C.. McCrary Joseph _William AnLeonard 'R.: Thomas Willie S. Hwtg-
Loal '
Ethel : Dotirlas'AII' '
arah-'L. .
nom. Pearl
drews .III. :, ,.. Rachel Teuf DfO F-
to ftorUft; Agricurrara Willie Tucker, Paul c.. powneyMelvine John It UcDankl: Susie'., Andrew Stanley'.C.: Thoma TlIny"T. yet4t fle'' .
Turner icDanIeIBejty
,ild!- for by Jo IJler Eleanor E.: Drew Zora Mae hteKhue1Rqby A. B. Baker Ruby Thompson JameS' '.. Thwas-t .'.-'
0. Dt! James p- Drew JY&rrel1")1artha R. Tianey )
W. r. Ruth R. Baker Dorotby ;

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._ _- .. I earnestly solicit your vote and A. J, THOMAS. JR.. 20J-205: N.-I j D. 1969.
Council Adopts J I riiq-r--- p -----r-i- -' ---- .. .- ifis Nine promise to perform the duties of Tiiinple Avenue Starke, Florida i! 4::10\1.)
4 .. the Sheriffs offU-e in an efficient |I ">>n file the original Answer or Charles \. Darby
I t
# businesslike: manner. I hope that Pleading In the'office of the Clerk j Clerk Circuit Court
pp c1-e *' ; 1 tad meet each and everyone of of the Circuit Court on or before II i ii I Florida.
1 a voj in person before May 3. I I I .....' of -pj-ii tIlGO. If you I II i : FradfardHinty Marjan, T Crosby
New f j t -'t' to d.") f<\ a Decree Pro Con- *
Charges : 2 Opens Against Jennings Starling I 1 I Deputy Clerk
f-fso will be taken
;4pi / I I fur the relief demanded againjt in you'he'l.on A.Attorney J. Th lMaJr.for Plaintiff.

I '4 ; : _:V' 4- FOR TAX COLLECTOR i rty George H. Pierce
I Continued.from Page One] IJ 'e BRtDFORD COlTYI and Ordered I II', Box"J 13. Starke. Fh-rida
-. PalatkaFriday Starke, O.
_________ hereby candidacy .
J '___ '- announce my PI .u itii4 K. day of March, A. U; n 4/1
__ ___ _. 4' ._.. _ ______ ___ f"-r Tax Collector, Emdford: County
hare, of the insurance cost, it r.ibjoct: to the will of the voters in '
[PWi !

was agreed that, until such legislation -I s ___ The Bradford HigH School the) May 3 as Primary.a business r feel man that and myrxptrlence :_" ,- ._ '___ < : _' : _' ; : :< '}

can.; be enacted, each participating _' c 4 .....'3ebaU i.eamwill open a 13-' >iy background raining{ #tualifies
( c __ :lit- for the office. If elected I willd
employee will be given
schedule at 4
jame p. m. Friday. > everything In my power to in- CHOP
a salary) increase of 5 cents a 'iI Ij March 18, in Palatka. !i'l1T.. the pt'oplef Bradford County .
week and he, will be required to ; I 1 that the office is conducted in
This team
*'g%: year's is lacking: inexperience an efficient manner.
pay the full piemium. $ with Harvey Tanner -Jim Chasteen'
-- ___.___ I- $ !
In other action the Council: I 1 the only] regular returning from -
CitBBtr Jud eCOllrt- \ail
Opened bids on chlorine, found Vocal FestivalTo lust ,j ear's tram. All experienced For Bradford Cou.t', Florida.
them all the cents a i "p' In re: Estate. of Fred Hess, de-
same ((14% j r : -- -_ pitchers have. been lost by graduation censeri. I II

pound) and decided to renew contract j I I XOTICE ,TO CREDITORSAll I Don't Buy Your New Car

with present supplier Jones i j Be Held AtSaturday The infield should be strong creditors of the estate of :
Fred Hess deceased are hereby
Chemical Co., represented locally I :' !this year and several of these [I ji"tifed and required to file any :

by Jerome Johns Oil Co.; i 4 bays .should develop; into good I II claims or demands which they mayI on the First StopGO
| ive against paid estate In the office -
Approved payment of one-half BHS hitters. I I of the county judge of Bradford -

cost; of a $525 well drilled at site J. Tommy Clark, Bill Jackson I County Florida in the courthouse -

Of the: new surplus property warehouse and Maity Crosby will carry the [ ":R'ht calendar of Starke, months Florida from within the

being constructed on U.S.I! Six hundred student singers will pitching load during the early idle of the first publication of thin ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE
n-'tice. Each\ claim demand must
301 South part of the season, and help is or
; :'; participate in the 5th District Vocal i expected from Terry Terre and plio' residence i and
or post-office
Told Morrison of S.
Henry j: Festival to be held at Bradford
pddress of the claimant and must
Tom. Harden later in the
Church Street to obtain written i; High School all day Saturday. season. I be sworn to by the claimant, his BUT

permission from adjacent property I I Bradford High's first home agent or his attorney or It will.
Musical groups from 15 counties::;
game will be against a Keystone j heroine void according to law. .
owners before allowing his son'strailer i I will compete in varied events to February ISth! 1960.
Confelence rival Santa Fe
to be parked in his yard.Ram be held in the new BHS auditorium atj Charles :M. Schmitt .
I 3:30:: p. m. Tuesday, March 29. I CliMles :31. Sl'hmIt1. Administrator :; FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE
the band room and the The 1960 roster [probable lof the Estate of Fred Hess d--
Starke School cafe- "t'n, HI.
Late Cold darters against Palatka marked 2125 4t :|l7l
torium. This is the first time that --
i by asterisk!:
Starke has been host to the vocal Bradford In The Circuit Court Of Florida.I'Khth .
High School mixed chorus (at top) and First basemen 'Bill
Kibault : Powell
Jadirlal Circuit, la And
Delay BerriesMore I to attend, and all the events.public is invited High School Madrigal Singers (lower photo) are two of student 11th:. Kenny 'Terrell 9th: For .Bradford County,, I" Chaa."cry. Billy JowlingAcross

I Glee Clubs, mixed choruses, groups who will compete in vocal festival here Saturday.m. Second basemen: Harvey Isaiah Petteway.. Plaintiff, \s.
I Tenner 12th; Franklin Tomlin- Beatrice Petteway Defendant
trios quartettes and soloists will
than four inches of rain son( ,, 11th.Short. .
in 24 hours was Bradford Coun- I be heard throughout the day wiTh to enjoy the varied musical events To Beatrice Petteway residence -
Stop and address unknown.
ty's share of freakish weather I the first events scheduled for 8:50 Miss Virginia Sewell, BHS vocal I that will be presented during the knd, 11th; Jerry: /Woooy Widegren 10th. You are hereby notified that a The Street From' Setzer's

that tornadoes and a m., and the final one at 4:30 p. music instructor, invites the public day. complaint for divorce has been
brought up I ,
I Third base: Lane Clark 11th; filed againxt you. and you lare re-
to. 12 inches of rain elsewhere in David Sunderland. 10th. luirtd to serve a copy of your .

Florida.. A. i. McKinney Cattlemen Eye Baptists Win Left field: Emory Eunice Answer of of the Pleading plalnttffg to the attorney Complaint -, < _, ', ,- __- _, _. ,'_-- __-k.-_ -- < ':_' ]

A WednesdayS morning tornado MembershipIncrease 11th John
; Davis 12th.
caused estimated $100.000 Funeral ServicesSet Church LeagueTournament Center field: James Fender Trade If FOR TJENT apartment.-\ furnished Rear and of 1 unfurnished 321: -
i Rent It
damage at Plant City and around In 1960 lith: Joe Sapp, 10th. Sell It Mot X Temple.at McCarthys Contact Garage Mrs. Maude Heil-

600 persons' were forced to For FridayAlvin Pat Miller president of the Catchers: John Devore, llth; l-roi.n Springs tfchg

evacuate their homes due to I Hajmond Durban, 11th. .

flooding. Many strawberry fields Everett McKinney Sr., Bradford Cattlemen's Association I PitchersTommy Clark, 12- WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSJFIE 'l'he On apr Of This Attractive Ha-
65. died in I Going iiito last Thursday night! ....n.rJ. lie.... In baratog" Height
in the area were reported under a Starke hospital states that the unit is determined I jth' : *Marty Crosby, 11th Tom -
; I. Be!>v Tr.u.frrrd. A>d U Of-
ater.. Wednesday afternoon after brief to secure a membership gain in I i the Methodists and Baptists were Hardin, 10th; Terry Terrell MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTION _______ --- <' O.t rvr 1IVerl frrins feomeone A Good Buy At
pOther illness. .He I A Reduced Prlrr. .f 10,400.. Con-
was Born Oct. 31 1894
central Florida points I I tied for first in 10th; 'Bill Jackson 9th; Rodney
il1 Bradford 1960 over 1959. place the Church WORDS OR LESS, One Insertion (Minimum Chancel __ -- .Tl tuinlaa Our 1100 Square Feet.Dutktmidlng .
reported.. UD ,to 12 inches. of rain County, the son of I '. Basketball Schlick. 9th. Feature Are The :3
the late Charlie : First to renew membership in League, and both, were I
11'a :24-hour period and water and Mary Dyal e Itrdroom, Carport And l.ar..C'.. Moraae -
the Z. \VORD'O"ERO 4 e Per W.K Area. The Ltt In ..nrt'dnd
W. Hamilton.Titus -
McKinney. A lifelong resident of new year are favored over their opponents in EACH ADDITIO ---- ----
was three to four feet deep in I ParkofPalms.Features vII L..d".p"d..d Located
Olson Lonnie Joe %
the county he moved to Starkein Harley games for the night.In In A Quiet Roildential .tclchborhued. -
downtown district o
in the ADVANCfc
1938. Griffis. Jim Chasteen Foster Shi I HCJB MoBthlr Payments Are only
Lakeland. At Vera Beach a severe I the first game, the Metho *"'1.156. And Barer May Annum The
At the time of his death Mr. Smith, J. R. Kelly J. R. Wain- Low Interest VA Mortgage. Call I.
thunderstorm brought hail- dists jumped off to lead 15-12 at During Week ,
wright, Fred McDavid, and President Coming LOST White and grey Walker FOR KENT-3 room upstairs furnished To See.
stones large as eggs and 50 to 60 McKinney was superintendent of the half, but the Presbyterianstied hound In vicinity of Lawtey. Le- i apartment. Private bath and

mile an,hour winds. Several state the block plant at the Florida Miller. Dr. A. J. Barry has I. it up in the third, period 22- Conference season at Park-of- rnv Norman, .1?. Reward ltp entrance.St. Phone Adults WO only.4-3782.401 S. Water tfchg- II. C. WALL AGENCY

and! U. S. highways in Central State Prison. A former owner of poined the group as a new mem 22. The Methodists led 28-27 with the-Palms continues to present WE' HAVE a new loan program foi I \\O4-480t imutr RABB; BROKER Stare, FU.

Florida w'ere washed out or under theStarke Taxi Company he ber.Miller less than one minute remaining outstanding Christian organizations farmers.' Loans ot 1 to 5 years ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS _\ Itchg
for the entire credit requirements STAHKU ASPHALT PA\I\G CO.1 -" -
invites all cattlemen
water. i aras a member of the Baptist or in the game, when Tom Hardinwas and the coming week will of the farmer and his famIly 213 S. ChERRY STREET "
Church and the Elks. those having an interest in Brad- fouled Gainesville\ Production CredM DAY PHONE UO9-2011: AT STUD
Average rainfall over Bradford by a Methodist 'player. feature radio station HCJB of Association, 620 North Main IPHO 04-13453 Reg. Palomino, Qtr. Horse Stallion
County: during, the, 24-hour period Surviving are his wife Myr- ford County livestock to inquire= Tom stepped to the line in a one Quito, Ecuador. Gainesville Fla. tfca- $.U i at ,time of service. Return In

from 8 a. m. Tuesday to 8 a. tice Hazen McKinney and one about the Association.' Meetingsare and one' situation and sank the Services are scheduled" on Sun- lEAN RHODES :.MTISKRV HOME season.West. V.4Mi R. miles Smith on Rt.State 3 Dox Rd.71-A)6

ru. Thursday was 4.06 inches. son. A. Everett McKinney' Jr., held regularly and there is always first shot to tie it up and then day at 11 a. m., 3 p. ,m.,' and 8 RADIOS REPAIREDAll U'jod R tes.Care Incensed.for your Phone child.WO 4-3031 Fair, Starke. 5tp 3/3t

Starke Market Manager J. R. both of Starke; ana two sisters, a program and discussionthat the second to- put the Presby-' p. in., and throughput the 'week, k..le Make Claarse.- All-)Model p.r..teel 1126 N. Thompson SL tfchg.

Walnwright said the rains would Mrs; Della McKinney Millican, is interesting and helpful to terians,ahead as the game ended.] each morning at 9:30, and 'Monday SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV

slow] down strawberry harvesting Palatka, and Mrs. Lula McKinney cattlemen.The Hardin led the winners with "13. Wednesday and Friday 412 E.. I Call oman$t.Cress Phone. Owner AVO 4- 01Starke RE't.dy..mlx concrete FOR SALE, concrete block I t. NOTICECROSSTIES :

but with the return of fair Dinkins. Bushnell. Association is now en-: points and was followed by Glenn I nights at 8. The speaker will be FU. (conrst fence posts, sand' cement

weather "'we' should be back in Funeral services will be held couraging TB testing of cattle as Reddish with 11. Tal Mullis' 9 Dr. Paul W. Roberts;, medical director FLORIST LHierook Mntur mix,and rock Roof steel GraveL oyster Phone shell, AND SWITChES
the ,berry business in ten days," at 2:30: p. In. Friday in the First part of a six-year to 'keep1 points and Dewayne Elder's '8, of Rimmer Memorial Only 'F. T. D. Florist in Starke. WO4-2521 Bradford Engineering I -p- *

A ten percent' ,toll of bloom Baptist Church with Rev. L. D. program led the Methodists.. I Hospital, affiliated' with HCJB. Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor C<. tfchg ." .,....SAWN ,OK HEWN
accredited .
Haines 'j. the county TB free. "It all occasions locally. Phone .
and young fruit was claimed by and Rev H. Mabry of- is especially important to have ,In the second game, the Chris- special music win be presented, WO 4-S291. 506 East Nona St. tfchg BLACK Giny AND lUXEDIIABDWOODS
late cold and frost when the mercury firiating. Burial will be in Cros- tian along' with missionary films
team'jumped off to lead
small herds and family milk a.
Gall Us
dropped to 29.2 degrees L'y Lake Cemetery. ", and held it in every quarter. In showing the world-wide ministrycf FOR RENT-Furnished apart- -
tested Miller said. 'Tuber-
Active cows ments. Reasonable rateS: Near -
here Sunday morning and 31.2 pallbearers will be Sen. the last this station.
period the Baptists pulled shopping- Phone WO 9-2011
culosis in cattle is It
on Monday.:: The first 15 days: of Charley E. Johns, Sheriff P. D. within one point and the teams HCJB is a member of the (.r WO 4-0771 evening or call at 213S. FIRE Are Being Purchased Delivered To

March averaged about 10 degrees Reddish Judge George L. .Pat- can spread" from cattle to the con- walked off the floor with the World Radio Missionary Fellowship Cherry. St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.tfcbg) AUTO. Our Baldwin Treating i Plant.

colder than the average recordedfor :ten, Carl Johns, Judge T. A. sumer. f Scoreboard reading 37-36 in-favor Inc. of which Dr: Clarence HOME OWNER For Full Details Call Our

that oeriod In recent years. Yawn. and Willard Williams. There is no charge for the test- of the Christians. After the score Jones, director of'the station is LIFE Office

March's 'crazy, mixed-up" ing service and persons interested was checked it was found the Baptists vr sident. ,HASTINGS: MATTRESS ALL LINES OF LAKE CITY. FLORIDA
should contact Dr. R. S. Muffins
The is
weather that has brought crippling had actually scored 38-37 public cordially invited & UPHOLSTERY WORKS PERSONAL AND Telephone 207
or County Agent G Huggins.
T. and thus the to attend all services.NOTICP .
W. C. T. (f.IT snowstorms and blizzards won league .champ- 710 Lemon St* ralatKa BUSINESS INSURANCE SOUTHERN WOOD

to much of the nation, including CARD OF THANKS ionship. OP IVTE\TIOX

IS TRUE THAT WOMAN the southeast has set experts The Christian's Curtis McGee I I, TO Xoticc REGISTER la hereby FICTITIOrs :"AME Furniture Repaired, Upholstered I 4tchg 3-24
gin that
FIRST TEMPTED MAN TO puzzling over an apparent change I wish to thank Dr. C. J. Houpt burned the nets up for scoring undersigned under the' provisions the .& Refinished I 1'r .\'IIEr, OR PRINCIPALIMSIAL

EAT OF TilE FORBIDDEN in the winter-end weather pat- and the staff of Doctors Hospitalfor honors with 27 points, while Madison t-f Chapter 20.95J.: Laws of Florida, H. C. \WALL : VACATIONOPPOKTl.MTV
Ads of 1941, will\ register with the :MATTRESSES REBUILTNew I I
t .FRUIT BUT HE TOOK TO tern. It appears that early winter the 'care given me. Also street was led by Stanley Clerk of the Circuit (Court j in aijd. High paying position in your area

DRINKING OF HIS OWN ACCORD may be getting -warmer while friends for the lovely flowers and Clark's 27 points. fur Bradford -County. FlotSHa, irpfltrtt' Innerspringsand AGENCY I I \iih earnings. up to 91.750 and )25 .-

March is now likely to be as cards sent during my ,recent ill- this rereipt notice of proof the Fictitious of publication name of ofuthea.itern Box Springs I ;;1,0 fur trip the afterward summer. plus to such free vacation intt'rfouling --

[UNION SIGNAL] cold as January and February, ness.-Mrs. Milo Merrill. Co. C. Schedules S., Tank Service 426 N. Drop Us aCard: or Call "Insurance Specialists" place as Mexico. Nassau.
Walnut St. Starke, Florida under II
they say. Bermuda. A different kind of vacation -
which I am engaged in business.! PALATKA EA 5-9166 t position where you render an
Multiple Drill
I PHONE WO 4-4801
H G.
I > Bellinger. 426 N. Walnut m-atlqnal service of great value,
St. Starket Florida, sole owner. STARKE WO 4-5931 add to your professional growthinJ
Camp Blanding I 1/10 4t 331'! I I standing as well as to your

T" I I SIRS. PEGGY 'SH.ULER. Starke, T" Service in'uudiate: and retirement income
EASTER Complete ee .
SPECIAL! Co. C, 748th Ord. Bn. will hold POLITICAL Agent Write, teL In confidence no. leachIng giving exp.age.and addict.H extra

A multiple drill from 7:50: m. ANNOUNCEMENTS Pruning Bracing De-Moss curricular activities to District
ing Cavity Work Tree Removal Mzr.: 1143 Mary Street Itoom 302.
y to 4 p. m. this Sunday Jacksonville 7. Kla. Ztchg lIlT
:>til Kit Transplanting
'MOTHERS ing motor marches to a I wish to announce to the peopleof EVENING CLASSES! for adults All Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE PEVTOV FLORIST
Union and Bradford subjects. Credit If wanted. Write ST.
Counties Its H ThOMPSON
Camp Blanding': where training I that I will he a candidate. for reelection -', Director.. Box 1190. Starke or call SAPP, Owner :: rno ..: WO 44IHIHSTICmK =
will be to the Florida WO -J071, or visit 'Adult Educa-' I I
... I conducted during the I II State Senate Lion STARKE PHONE WO rtOVTRHSr
Office. USO
trom the 15th Senatorial District. I Bids for addItional .39631 j'I' WIRE F'LOVtrtSYWII.RE
day and tactical I feel information. tfchg..
I 1 1Vt.t a motor maich t that the twenty years sen- tfchg
_ -' : 1 iorily and prestige that I have in' I !
will be made the -
on unit's return 'TAILOR
"ck i | the Senate is ot: untuld value to my I, rice DRAPERIES : F')1. SATJ3 5 room block houw.WIJ1 .
to the Staike armory. ( peap: and I am asking for labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller. 209 ft.4tn : .
11 14 you I E. Adklna St phone WO 4-5934 tfchg ,I sell reasonable 409 Center
X Training: during the day will vote, and support on May 3rd. I i::-_1Hriiixtkeeplng
I Charley E. Johns
ruasist of communications ,
in-I Income Tax Service apartments for rent
4 4'S CiUding radio and FOR JiTATB REPRESENTATIVE Verv reasonable. LJrht and water
Bust /guerilla exercises I am a candidate,for election to fnritl.Iird. 3JI W. Madison St or
_ : 4Sr \ and patrols fie Florida. House of Jlepresentalff MON THRU FRI. 7 PM.Saturday P.""i.gt'"n'.. Ptudlo. tfchg
.' bind mess and administrative pro- \ from Bradford -County. I
i t 1 blems while in action. ,THs is my first bid for elective ', After 1 PJL FOR '"'.v.
: \ public office. If elected. I will (!iii- C. E. HUTCHESON: v-w and uxed Building Supplier<;
Lt. Drew Reddish will ,serve as gently and impartially represent T)riv>> way pin. IS length $1.25
I PORTRAIT convoy commander during the Bradford County and it's citizens.' I 521 Pratt'Street fft'r4)t.. $l e Plily Jackson Jacktfchg-
\ ask your support and vote on May 1ttdal: 4H !. -" f"o.f1"In. Siuppllf'I'
motor marches while the exerciseis 3rd. -

being conducted. Lt. Rodney A. J. Thomas Jr.FORSTATEREPRP.TTIVF, FOR REST -2 bedroom house

I hail will serve, as instructor in ARE.YOU GOING; TO II unrurnl"I1l'd f.arire yard Close totown.
I T __ .____u__ ; I I Call WO 4-61(1 or LE 3-2541
the communications classes and! i fill uunvunc NEED '-V
For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our It rhg
FOR log my candidacy
k k'4 problems and Lt. George Snell
j for officeof Agent
$ 00 will be in charge of the guerilla1 State Representative assistance in the preparation 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-5965 hXPKiUEN) BABYSITTER -
("Slrf for rhlldren in home dur-
from Brad- I !my
ONLY and patrol exercises. ford County ThisIs of your 1959 Income 'pg the Av |t,oo per day Your
The \I' I PURE ERED home at night 8n- tutor. Mrs. H. E.4tihr .
mess section first bid Siamese
headed by ray kittens
1 Tax Return? .... ........ 4'7'
_ i Sgt. J. L. Alvarez and Sgt. Bob- for public office. ft'r ale. Available 3118,60. Call MM. "::!:: W'O 4.M5t
at LE
Being a life long 3-2181 or WO 4-5731
t?? Crosby, will prepare dinner resident of Bradford ,l '",, '.t SEE ttrhg :3117! MM K OOAT FOR SALE S'efleii.Iuh
1 Regular $10.00Value rids 35c M.ilhigI and deliver it to the training County anda :'1M NEIL TUCKER : Hampton. I tp
working man I s3oA1I!!!
Full Figure $1.00 Extra &rea. Supply and administrative feel I know the Public Is All You Xeed TO Move Into von gAI E -- Vic ,-'ean 53 Ford
personnel will devote the training needs of the peo- Title Nice 2 Bedroom Masonry rado; led Boater. |ZO cash. Con-
SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED Limit: 2 Children To A Family ple and if elected Bungalow Located at Cl Francis fact Gene Norman phone WO >.
period to S. Court StarkePh. .
bringing records up I will devote the Street In Proehaven. First Federal <><>, Up

Age 6 Weeks to 10 Years to date and handling supplies.The necessary time to do the job fair I WO 4-9854, WO 42545FOR Savings Has& Recently Loan Anan. Of Jacksonville -
NO APPOINTMENT unit will be visited duringthe and impartially. Your vote and Acquired This FOR RENT room house, running
Additional Children $2.00 Each upport is humbly solicited. Property Through A Foreclosure, '.-ater. bath electricity. $22:!
NECESSARY day by Lt Col. Jl. V. Link, -G. F. Prevatt And Will\ Sell On Any Reasonable ner mo. Phone WO 4-0945. Mrs
Battalion RENT: 4-room furnished' cot Offer To A Qualified Purchaser. Mae Jordan Rt 1 Box 427 2 mLr
Commander and his
tage. Electric kitchen. Good beat- If You're Now
FOR 'COUNTY COMMISSIONER Paying: Rent This ,.. btwxv u. Itc
staff on a quarterly training visit. DISTRICT FIVEI er. Adults.Beasent Road. Box Pr3perty Deserves Your Consideration -

t TTnif _ftf.ttniCrrf.. .. ro'T. .O.koofol..... 440. Ph. WO9-1S45. tfchg Call Us To See. ,'. .'. 1' I nu IIfIVOC. 'A_ _.._,
---- "v"'" 'b u. .u..u. hereby candidacy Ul.U 1'4..1& U'J. oJ JVI: OdS "
vill bs in charge of vehicle. pre- fir County announce Commissioner.my Bradford FOR RENT -beautifully decorated IT. C. W.LLGEXCY looms electricity shower bath
: MON. TUES. WED. MARCH i bedroom furnished All ido4tol1et.: deep well and ele<-
In apartment.
21,22,23Hours County Dist 5 (county at large) 04-401
-- aration and turn-in. 1st SgL the May primaries. I have been a tile bath and kitchen modern in STAR KEFLA.: trie pntip. Mail and school! bus
Robert Drake and Capt Randal ret>dent of Brooker for '16 years every respect See Mr* Renner Si: routn. 2 ml.! 8. E) of Starke. Needs
,. FOR REXT iAboot 7 of -M tlrf. BAld a* is. Low price terms.
acres >
I : Chiity win coordinate during which time I have been a M.-Mahon St. or call WO 4-5744. .
the troop
seed I Itche good fertile Land close In. Pat A. I1hrIt \\:O J.1&- ftp 2/U
I. farmer, cattleman, and
9 to 12 1:00 to 5:30 .activity and training during the I I ducer.. If elected your County Commissioner pro-- AHller: WO 4-2081 Rt 1 Box 119.

i fcr fair and impartial conduct of unfurnished house at 180 N. Cherry MF.5T. TO OPERATE FULL OR
WHICH TO CHOOSE : :-' the affairs of the entire county.; St. Rent reasonable. Floyd Green FOR SALE 2 bedroom frame P1RT-TIME WATKINS! ROtTBIV
HIWAY CHAPELASSEMBLY Y:>u:' vote and support will be phone WO I.UU. tfchg home modern bath. S acres of THIS RF.A. EARN 1.5G.oo TO
OP GOD deeply appreciated. land Reasonable. 15 miles W. of .,Kiaa.no WEEKLY. DEPENDING
*.a".tey. Contact L. C. King, Eu- 0V TIMR DEVOTE: TO SCSI-
: D. p. Burgess Pastor '. ,.,.r "') Zedra.:. Hamilton AMBITIOUS WOMEN cJd: St Starke. 2tp J/24 i I! VF.6X. WRITE' WATKINS C39PRACHTREft

ARKSDALE'L : -- AVON for ambitious women. 'VJ.'ST .. *T.. N. E.
.- FOR SHERIFF trrrice customers in your neighborhood" HELP WANTED "T1."%T.' ,; (u.. 4t fli ;4 !T -
School. 9:45
: Sunday a. m. BRA FORD 'COl.fTYI J! :O.r hour or more for part '

Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Even- hereby sjinounc-- my candidacy $30-$19 weekly; spare or fuli time route work. Large re-1 ''LEttAgALE: Gu Ran e..
,for Sheriff of Bradford County time. OnJda C. Sweat P. fWat orders. Man or wom&n. Write ; J:. penftfhftjNDnL
111 W. CALL STREET STARKE FLA. Efiistic Service.. 7:30: p. m. .WCdci1esday Write; BLADE GASco.tP.Ait
? 'Fitfeject to the will of the voters in :NESS CO., Box %711, DeSotoj: I .
weekly prayer service. 7:45.May Democratic .Prlmule.. O. Bo* 540. Live Oaks FU. !>..*Memphis, 2; _Ten,- Stp_.JiH1 Hclle

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I football field. Space 1 is bett j i L at 1:30 m.The ... ALA 'I
J no problem I Terrell. [ p. LA A. isScouts are now selling Girl Scout and Miss Sally Mansfield: 4th

,KEYSTONE S HIGHLIGHTS I S I since the school is on* a 23- I Credit Where Credft b. tine !WIth ,Nightengales will meet uokles.* Part of the proceeds. from ,Mrs. Emery Cooper and Mrs. Al-
; Mrs. Louis Kyle, assisted 1 1the !tn Graham.
acre site. Lou Hardage, ,former I 'MELROSE
In I sale111 to the GirliScouts.
last week's issue, we flub- I by Mrs., H. R. Lawrence, at 7:30: go j
Students at Melrose High
By JIarjr K. Schaftfrr I coach at Oklahoma and the Uni- btd by saying that Mrs. Jack (I.I m. Mrs. D."; L. Thompson Jr. Everyone is urged to buy i! chool last
received cards
\ersity of Florida, has offered to Haberstroh was cookie chairman 'L:. leader.. By Joyce RothhammerUAAAAAAJ.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA cookies and help these girls help!?reek. report

1; IUth School Curriculum Planned .Linda Anthony. Mike Weeks, and help lay out the field. Hardage for Brownie Troop 229, when The; Rebecc, with Mrs. ,Wil- tliemstives.' :
: Melrose High School has a
is now a local resident.It we meant to Mrs. him Few, leader will meet at the Winners of the Melrose Duplicate -
I actually say
A committtee of lay people as Jimmy Da vies.. Mr. new teacher Mrs. Catherine
and Mrs. ,
N. W. Hardenbergh cookie home of Mrs. Frank Hgen, at 8 Harry Jackson Bridge were, 1st, Mrs, Pa-
_i well as professional teachers are I Seventh Graders: Kathy Wil- was bound to come. This ; chairman. was p. m. are the proud parents to a son 1}hey Boyd ,and Mrs. Dottie Scully; ilullin who replaces Mrs. Bishop.: .

meeting these days to plan a I,,larai.! : Carol Stephenson. Nancy ..1 ea has needed a high school I I blamed Perhaps for confusing we shouldn'tbe Hard- St. Anne's EpiscopalThe born :March! 12 in the Alachua 2ud: MIS. Cecil Hook 'and Mrs. Mis. Mullin received her B. S.

course of study for the new Keystone i O'Connor. Steve Shackelford, for some time. Heretofore, our enfaergh and Haberstroh especially Lenten Workshop is a County Hospital in Gainesville. Kay Segur; 3rd, Mrs. Mary Cook [Continued On Next: Pace]

Heights High Schooltobe.A und Carol Baker. boys and girls have had to take as. both ladies have Brownie great success! Last week, attendance This is the second son for the -- -r ----- -

A student will be able to selecta Eighth Graders: John Allen, long daily bus rides to and from daughters.Uotarians. went from' 38 to 46. Jacksons.

major, subject such as voca Becky Davis, Marlene Linsin, Re- nigh school' In Green Cove To Hear 'There will be a ,covered dish Mr E. R. Corbett and grandson LENTEN SERVICESST.

tional education commercial I jba Hall, Jimmy'McMurtry, Rob Springs, Starke, and Melrose. Prominent Speaker upper on Wednesday evening Tony Burke, from Detroit ,

education or college-preparatory
'iucation, and,his course of stu-' Cjerry. and Herbert Nelson. and other extra-curricular a consultant in business at 1:30: by the; Lenten Services. bett's sister, Mrs. Pearl Wingen- ANNE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

o> will be planned accordingly( I Ninth Graders: Tommy activities rather difficult' not lard finance will address the Guest 'Speaker, will rbe the Rev. bach.William
--I through the tour years of high 'Thompson and Marvin Gordon. impossible. This year; a ninth I Keystone Heights Rotary Club tits I Bionson' .H. Bryant Rector of Chiappini, who attends Wednesday Evenings 7:30 P.M.

school. This committee) hopes to I Keystone Indians siade has been 'added next yeara i ;; luncheon meeting this Friday.A :'t.. Mary's: iri Green Cove Springs. the U of Fla. spent the i

have completed 'the study and Are Future Threats tenth will be added,' and the ,' graduate of Boston University,I IVrsonalsPfc. weekend with his brother and GUEST PREACHER :.

have its recommendations ready I I With the Keystone Heights fallowing year '.an eleventh, and Mr. Sheldrick came to Florida !in : E. W.Vest. r, Jr. and ter-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. Fran-

by April 15. Committee members : School in ,gradual transition I I Ihe first senior class will I graduate 1930, and, with the exception of, Mrs.. :Wester of, High Springs, Chiappini. The Rev. Bronson I Hr Bryant
A consist of Norman Thompson. from Junior to Senior high in 1963, thanks, to the efforts four: years Navy dity in World artre weekend' guests of ,:\Ir. and I Mrs. Edna Hamlyn is home .

Mrs.. Harold iSutton, Mrs.. Alex school, the Keystone Indians, of the school board and infested War II has been actively engager -: Mrs. 'W.. L.' Bunce'' in Lake Santa again after spending some time St. Ma'ry's, Grren. Cove Springs

Brokas E T. Marton A. E. An- :'\cco "ding to principal Earl Cher: townspeople. in consulting work with cities ft. :n a rest home following an accident -

-- thony, Lindsay Walker, Jack I rjr', will be scheduling high Local Man PaSfs. and corporations. He Is a member MrS.'.'Wilbur. :'Neal' of. Lake Santa when she broke her hip. The Publics! Cordially Invited

Reid, Mrs. Frances Stephenson. othool; opponents in football for Lestei Eisenacher., a resident I of .the Board of Governors of F3 was'9 palient' l last week in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman ,

and faculty members Zane Neth- [the first time next ,fall. of Santa Fe Lake: died Tuesday Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce I-ie .J..,. Hillis Miller Hospital inGinesil1& !,I and family from Cocoa spent the
erton Carl Principal March 8, at the age :'of: 52He : having -.veekend 'with Mrs. 'Hoffman's I .. I -
Duncan and The foobtall squad, about 25 a member of the Comnittee undergone Ir I '
j Earl Cherry. .strong is currently engaged in was a native of Tremont., Pa. of 100. and actively engaged surgery.. pn March 10. 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ,': ..Li'C: : t ,.

Honor Roll! Chen ,:pring: training. Coach Duncan Services were held In Williams \ in many civic projects.Cub Mrs. Edna Anderson of Center,I vSpires.
The following boys and girls f figures his team next fall will Thomas Chapel in Gainesville at Scout News Line Mich... Is.spending; this week t: We were sorry to hear that

of the Keystone Heights School average'! 160 pounds per mall 11 a. m. on Friday Mar: 111 Bur- Cub Scout. Pack 305 will 'meetat with ,her niece, ,Mrs. Donna K. Miss, Ruth Beikelman broke her GAS USERS ATTENTION
I attained honor-roll status fort Some outstanding prospects are if I was in Arlington National St Anne's Parrish House at Walrath 'on'"East Lakeview Dri\e. fiot last week and will hait in!

e fourth six-week period: Bill Lewis, .Johnny Allen, and I Cemetery. Z:30 n n _m.. _Fridav___... Maroh_,_._.. _18_ _A_: Mrs. Anderson was once. a- teach------ a cast for quite some time. ,
Fourth rade: Dottie Harden-(Jimmy MoMurtry. Mr. Cherry Surviving are his wife; a new Cub Scout Den win be or-' ct in .the .K ystone. Heights grade I The Girl Scouts and Brownie I

bcrgh Daniel Heink Jacqueline hopes to schedule father high daughter Janet;. a, son,. Harold; ".ganized; at that. time, and .Sll school.Mrg... TRINITY EPISCOPAL \ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREAIn

Gordon, Leslie Beam, Nancy school games during the 1960- and a son, Richard of' Silver'boys eight years ord 'are Invited Richard H. Crowell .ando CHURCH, JIELROSE | ,

Cherry, Ginger Bleasdale Rox- 61 season as an independent,' Springs Md. AJso a step-son, to come and join. 1 Philip; of Hanover, N. H.
William Pace: four brothers, Sundays' 10 a. m., Church, line with our policy of maintaining LOWEST
aie visiting at the home of MrsWell's .
ane Valdejulli., Marcia Haber- and the following ,year would ,\ CHURCH NEWSCommunity ,
stroh, Dianne Thomas, Connie j make bid to enter one of tile arid two sisters. : Church (;' parents Lt. Cot and School.. 11:15 a.m.. :Morning FrayC. PRICES for our customers, we have arranged to

:Bird and Richard Purdy. | conferences. "And we'll be a con- Junior Woman's Club The seated silver tea. heJd,., in., Airs., David- A. Nelson. and Sermon (First Sunday.]' supply your Gas needs on that basis.

Fifth graders: Patti Brannon. I tender for a conference champ-i Elects Officers the, Community Church educational t .Mrs. Ruth Jackson. from I Holy Communion) p.m.. Episcopal -

Marshall Beam Susan Bird jionship," he adds. Thursday evening, March 10, building last Thursday "fcungstown' ,. Ohio, has been the Young Churchmen. I' NO INSTALLATION CHARGE

Mickey Jackson Gerald Lovorn, !I Although winning is important the Junior Woman's Club of WIth the women of the church )as Suest of her aunt,. Mrs.. Ella C. Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy
and Keystone Heights held their annual jBird and her cousins. Mr. and Communion. :NO CHARGE FOR REGULATOROn
Terry King Mira Murray Mr. Cherry says emphasis will be hostesses, was an outstanding social -
election of officers. Mrs. MrsJohn Bird and children.Sjik The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle.Vicar. .
June Ridaught. Jon the leadership aspect that can I success. Most of 'the ladiesin ; '
Frank Harris will be the I, : J&kson a $7.50 100 lb. Cylinder
new per
Sixth Graders: Renee Belote I qme from an athletic program. r town who were not ill1t1i had been spending I
order for student to parti- President; Mrs. Richard Murrhee, 1 I tope.in\' Palm Beach 'and stop-
I Jn a flu were on hand to enjoy :this
\cipate in athletics, he or she first Vice President; 'Mrs. Tom ,e\ent. Spring flowers and greenery :20! keystone on a visit on TRINITY EPISCOPAL Delivered within 100 miles.
Unwanted Hair must all scheduled work. Garner, second Vice President; her. wily home. to Youngstown. CHURCH MELROSE I
I I were used in decorating! the
/Not only is an athlete expectedto Mrs. Jennings Murrhee, Jr., Re- hall, and the tea table was .. ,*e..were interested in hearing Rev. M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar I
Removed be a good student, bookwise cording Secretary; Mrs. Charlie I with white organdy pyeied pver, I) Lt.:. Paul Bird who is sta- Sunday-10 a. m., SundaY I FOR FURTHER DETAILS CALLREDFEARN'SPh.4252
McGlave, Corresponding Secretary School 11:15 Morning
: m.
in school toned in Brunswick Ga., won ;
MEDICALLY I he must a green cloth. Mrs. W. L. Rej-; I
athletic | ; and Mrs. Corbett Terrell, Ihe; silver cup' for making the Prayer and Sermon [Holy Communion ,
APPROVED citizenship- The program nolds and Mrs. W.- J. roUck
: Ti easurer. ... ; each first Sunday]: 7:30p. : I
oiP' oest spee h at Toastmaster's
I I childrento .the
METHODS is meant to encourage !poured tea. from silver services. .
be better 'students.. Installation of officers will be :' Those responsible 'for the Club, at the base Paul is theo m. Young people meet. I .
the 120 held April 14. Mrs.'Leal Hayward of*'MrJ'and- Mrs."John.. Bird Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy,Commnnion. '
Edmund I toys; About and 80 girls per''cent enrolled of in the c_* Ocala, Junior Woman's Club, i cess of this'aff: were: Mrs. trd the 'gr ndson of Mrs. Ella.I I : '::. '___ :_._. ..". ; __. ": t : ': _'t> :::z.:_!:' _. :<
David A. Nelson general chairman -- '----- --------- -- ----- -
DWYER director. District 5, of Fla.'Feder- C. Bird. -_ __- :: _=. =
,PI esent junior high school take ; Miss Cleva J. Carson, pro- =:.--o--. : : : -_---
ation of Woman's Clubs, will,in- of -
part in the athletic program. Mrs., George' B. Nelson Milwaukee !-
\ ELECTROLOGISTTel. stall. : Wis. arrived'last Mon-
The Keystone Indians have Sunderland, in charge of tables .
FR 2.8039 Plans are underway for a the horned 'of her nephew -
the.et iay fit }
been equipped through : ,;. :
; : 'MrsJ;,, W. Warren, reset.vittdnsf -
For an Appointment ,forts of local cft'T'ond 'tt dance I to be held it the Nan- |n\ld\ rarnily.; the .Herbert Nelson's. _
Mrs W. L. Reynolds,
107 w Unlvendty Ave: Suit 204 I the people of Keystone Commissoned Officers" Club.Camp : decorations pr4} "" returrMrip' visit. after iTiW
ftage' Kenneth
Blandin :::br.Miy| 7. ; ,visiting} her'-brother and sisterinlaw'in' _
GINjsvILLELA. I IF Heights. Work has begun on a Shrine Minstrel Cominf Cooper" table decorations; and a _

.Mire...... TlnAn. .V Walrarti.. tfl. -Daytbna, !each.She.. _
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There will be another of those Tuesday, for a visit in Atlanta -
-- table. -
fine Shrine Minstrels on Friday, Ga., and then on to her home.
Marta-Jean's Conditorei Bake Shop Others contributing were YrS:
March: 25, at 8:00: p. in. on the <- Mrs, C. M. ,Booher, of Newcastle p a

Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday Thru, Saturday Clay Electric Grounds. Proceedswill M.aisisted H. Schroeder,by Mrs.,,Hermapp food chairman Scttjfo-1, 1 Pa., 'has been visiting at 1' I -

PIES AND CAKES OUR SPECIALTY go for the Masonic building trie home of her' son-in-law and :
,p fund. Tickets will be $1.25 for Mrs. Beatrice vqt.'JMft.j 'daughter, ,-if., and Mrs. Don
ALSO CATERING FOR PARTIES Earl Hayner, Mrs.Yllf iams,.
aaults, and all children under 12 on Lakeview Drive. Mrs.
Phone 4393: Keystone Heights years of age are 'admitted free and Mrs T.. W. Hansoi.,. .. Hostesses., ', ijorgan Booher: arrived Feb. 22, while

-_ ..s.*,.. it they attend with one or both were. Mrs. Raymond,, Barnes! Mrs.: Morgan was in the hosplal
Mrs. L Rue,
halrman George '
-- parents. with her ,new son., Donald Chase
Mrs.- John Ellis, Mrs. Burton .M.
Co-Op Annual Meeting Morgan, so as to, be, on hand
; Next Thursday White, Mrs. J. W. Wildt Mrs. when they came home from the

LAKE JOHNSON lots of waterfront. The Annual Clay Electric Cooperative Herbert Sargeant. Mrs. Harold hospital. Mrs. Morgan expects
Biff Sandy point
Charles McGlave
will be held I lawrence, Mrs. Booher alSo -
meeting 1 her father, Dr. C. M. Y
Bargain at $Gt30 thrown In free!, furnished ramp sleeps 12, Thursday March 24. In Keystone I Mrs Thomas Elmore Mrs.. Ruth abouij next week. After he

p deepwrll, bath boathouse. 20r.} down 10 yrs. to pay. Heights on the Clay Electric j 1 Ohlson and Mrs! S. E.. .McJt y. ha$ become acquainted with his

4 I ; ounds. This affair which attracts Contacts were made by Mrs. grandson, he and Mn. _
LAKE GENEVA Restricted lots handy beaches In town. some 2400 members and Carl Johson while the guest Booher f" will, return to New Castle. -_- :- ::::::::: rw -

$3975. Other good building lots with lake*'lew $600.-41975.Need their families each year will begin : b ok committee was composedof _- -
with registration Mrs. W. L. Reynolds, chairman I EPISCOPAL
at 10:30: a. m. ST. ANN'S ,
home See with lowdown
a nice us, ne> can arrange financing and
.I I Mrs. J. D. Henderson I
and musical entertainment.At CHURCH KEYSTONERev. '" -
paj'merit. Mrs. E. T. Martin.: Mrs.' Myron : l
baked ham dinner :
1 noon a M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar _
j .
of _
will be served to all free of char- Prevatt was in charge .publi Holy Communion : _--
Sunday-7:30: a. m., .. I .__
: S. E. MCKAY REALTOR ge. The business meeting will city. Mrs. William Few was In ; '9:30: a. m., Sunday j I
charge of the nursery, assisted by I HH .
uegin at 1 p. m. in a huge tent School: 9:30: a. m. Mornlng.Pray- _
elected for that purpose. DavidA. Mrs. William Beam and Mrs. er and Sermon [Holy Communion

Keystone Heights 3071-2391-4151 Hamil, R. E. A. administratorfrom Barry L. Weyman. each first. Sunday]: 8:30: p. m. jflti- : _

- Melrose GRanite 5-2968 Washington, D. C. will address On the entertainment programwere Young People meet. : ,

the meeting. H. H. Surren-) Miss Louise Hack, pianist, Holy 'Days7:30::: : a. m., Holy -
of of Gainesville. and Mrs. RobertS. -
c; of Grove Park president Ccinmunlon.. ,
the Co-op will preside during .. Hendry, coloratura soprano, r -

I the business session which will who was accompanied- Mrs. ST ;ANNE'S EPISCOPAL __ ,. "
James Hetherington. ;Mrs. Pre CHURCH KEYSTONE
include reading of annual reports
., "
HOW and election of' directors.In vatt Introduced the musicians.. Sundays, .-.9:30: a. m.. Church

the voting each co-op member Friday night, March 18,,. the School., 9:30 ajn., Morning Prayer
No voting Community Church will hold a and Sermon '(1st 'Sunday, Holy ,
has one vote. proxy
Family Night co'verei \ dish, sup- Communion 6 p.m., Episcopal! .....
allowed. A. G. Loudon, man- ,
: to save time ager, and Bud Anthony, public per in .the educational Building, Young Churchmen.' I .Model IW039 .
6:30. The three' ladle Days .-4 7:30 a.m., Holy
relations director are coordin- starting at : Holy Inside
ators for the event. of the Board 'of Stewards-Mrs.R. Communion. All porcelain unish and out

H E R E4 Junior Women Hive, A. Gaunt Mrs. W. ,J. Oron<: Third Wednesday Parish .
,, ,',,,'. : 1Lt Day In Court and Mrs. S. E.. Kennedy wjfl' .,,be 'coV ,fed Dish Supper- ,- 6 or 6:30: -.4.-' I protectsinst rust and stainsl

, _ = :=L :: members of the Keystone Heights cf the circles. Come with yoW The ReV Millard H, Breyfogle. ,
an'enul 'of. Vicar. Genuine porcelain enamel gives you positive pro-
Junior Woman's Club drove to family, an enjoy .

Green Cove Springs to the officeof sociability. '., ;p-4 tection against rust, stains, and acids. And only 9 5
Class of Instruction BAPTIST CHURCH $
Judge Thomas Riversto The Pastor's
Hotpoint brings a genuine all-porcelain
$&&lure til deposit slips ate completely and learn how their club may best will meet during the' Sunday KEYSTONE HEIGHTS you .
children through effect- School l o r'on March. 20, and: Smith, pastor, Ralph washer at this low price. Come in for a demonstration -
-- filled help our tJ' tR.
grogerly' out. lye juvenile courts and adequate 27. All young people between the I Copeland Minister of Music and 1 of,all the many fine.features of this all With Trade

I facilities. This was in observanceof ages of 10-15, who have not united cliurch.otganIst.. porcelain Hotpoint automatic washer today!
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ffave ill checks you wish to deposit properly the joint project of the Gen- with the church, are urged I Services: Sunday School. 9:45: I .j

indorsed eral Federation of Woman's to) attend. a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. I I I Pushbutton woter-ttrnperature control

-vp : Clubs and the National ,Councilof The Trustess have voted to Training Union, 7. p. m. Evening THREE WASHING CYCLES
xJEWien 1 Automatic; partial load control
The air-condition the Sanctuary this
Juvenile Court Judges. servIces8p.m.'Mak .. j '
the teller now : FOR LIGHT REGULAR '
you\ cash a check, inform General Federation has urged summer.Community. -" ,church worship a family .444 i4. Thorough triple-action I rSralnf
1's 5's and state federation and member Church Women at fair." ,- OR HEAVY SOIL!
the ,
want the proceeds (so many ,
)you : Big t -pound tub capacity
r I clubs to use every available will :meet on Monday. March 21,1 New Hotpoint :ktd. ,oirto-;

I won) : \ means to Increase efficient use as follows:. 'COMMCN1T1 CHURCH .- motic washer provides the S-y.otwrittenpartir.placemen t 'J

ot the juvenile courts, to urge Circle ,1, Mrs. J. O. Himble. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. proper wash time for light,'IiYtQrI'acty on coaxial transmission -

1 and don't overlook tht,fact that when you provision by state and local governments l leader, with Mrs. Carl Johnson. Albert C. Holt Minister ular or heavily so3; .d clorfiw. one-year on entire watW
of detention facilities assisted by Mrs. Ola Hinson, at Airs J, .L. HetherinrtanOrontef
BANK BY MAIL there ii never a waiting problem I 4 which safe well-equipped to 130:; p. m. anti Choir Director

the best arc interest of the children, Circle 2, with Mrs Olive Stevens Sunday School .9:45 am. Morning "We Service Everything We Sell .

and also the provision of"trained as leader with' Mrs. G. E. Worship il00 a-rn. I -'

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK and skillful probation officers in Wiggins at 1:30 p. m. : '. 0

order that youthful offendersmay Circle 3, Mrs. E. 'W. Dwyer, St. TCflSaa1 CaUwOa Clu.peI I >

F.D.I.C. be rehabilitated .as. rapidly leader with Mrs. William Lee at Keystone Height R'EFEARN'SPHONE4Z52or
Member -
a& possible. The Keystone ladies 1'30. Sunday Mass at 1:30: a. IlL"H01JdaJ :

A Friendly Bank In a Friendly CommunIty aho took part In .this. question' Circle 4, with Mrs. ).1.H., Schroeder. 'Mass at 1:00: a, m. ;.... ,: .
and answer session were Mrs. leader, with Mrs. James 'Tuesday Mas* :tt, $:0O a. m > 9391 Keystone Heights
- Keystone"Height*, Fla. Tom Garner Mrs. Charles Mc- I H.: McEachern at 2 p.: m. v Confesslonsibefort &11 Masses.iSaptisms -. .., : '.
(have, Mrs. J. (). Murrhee.:' .I Circle 5' with Mrs.. Alma Frost I ,.:fcarriiaes and mttrpcOoas c. < ;: < ---c.-,.'
r"1 :
Mrs. W. 1,. Bunce. and'Mr*.. as leader, with Mrs Henry Mick-, i by ippomtD 95. -I---Hif---= -i__ :=; =t :


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yyyyyyyyTyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy dale, Gwendolyn Marshall, Min7 take flowers or cards. Pauline and Dr. J. R. iI
Putnam Percy Griffis at Pine Grove near I Miss Edith Harris Sunday nf'ght. I day evening. Please'go "in ,and

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED nie Maude Hankerson-, Grace De- Marshall, reporter. County Health Department, were Raiford last Sunday. Miss Jewell' North and her I vote for the table of your choice

Sue, Isabelle ,DeSue, Velma Tyson Ebenezer Baptist Church joint speakers at the regular Mr and Mrs. Harry Padgett two companions June Custead fbs! Saturday afternoon hi
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Irie Hamilton, Joe CephusJohnson Rev. E D. Robinson pastor, will monthly meeting of the Melrose pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and Bunnie Stokes, set up their!'i 19.

i Joseph Demps James hold regular communion serviceson .Parent-Teachers Association. Clifton Carter and family at table for the Annual-Table Setting i[f Mrs. Mildred Null left Sundayto

By Ozora Shell Randolph, and flattie Brymer. Sunday- starting with Sunday The topic of Mrs, Young's Clay Hill. contest at the Underwood j make her home in Atlanta

AAAAA A.. .....AA..A..... v AAAAAA Admission: adults 75 cents; chil- School at 10 'a. m. Supt Henry speech was "The Importance of Roger Chilson of Starke was r Jewelry in Jacksonville on Mon I Ga '
-- dren 50 cents. The general public .- Bryant in charge" ; morning woiship the Visiting Teacher} She stress the weekend guest of Ashley ,

Thurston School P. T. A. porter. l is invited. */ at 11 a. m.; music adult td the need of teachers in understanding [I Wellhausen. FACTORY PRICESOne

The regular monthly meetingof r SupervborSpeaks Fiesta Social, Club choir, evening worship at 7 p. m. ,the students that Mrs. Grace Padgett and her I

the PTA will be held at the At Gainesville School\ The Fiesta Clubheld a called 6..t which time Holy Communionwill they work with. children are ill with flu. .

school at 1 p. m. Principal S.- C. Supervisor of Bradford County meeting at Wateroak School last be served by the pastor and Dr. Sayers stressed the im The Intermediate class_ won the Quart

Price asks all patrons and friends.Negro Schools, Ozora Shell-; Thursday at which time several officers. The Junior Angel portance of immunization of students efficiency banner and the Adult FREE With Each

of the school,to attend this meeting -I spoke on March 8 at Lincoln I new couples were welcomed by under the direction of He also expressed hopes Class won the attendance banner or Gallon One you taiy. I

Monday March 21. Each patron High School in Gainesville where|the old members. The social nell English' will sing iir Choir'l that the Putnam County Health at the Maxville Baptist Church. 5

is asked to bring a. friend I program- was being presentedby meeting will ,be held on Saurday I Cove Springs on,the first ,Department will be able to expand We are proud to have two new ,

Business of importance will be the Seniors of the school. She March 25. with Mr. and Mrs. in April at 2 p. m. Mrs. Mary to serve the needs of more members in the ,Maxville Baptist';, Prices Start at $2 qt.-$5.95 Gal. _

transacted at this meeting, so used as her subject "Integration John Cummings in charge of re- Mumford. sponsor. On last Sundry children. Church.. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. "

please be present. Mrs. Louiza:> Within The Individual" and denounced freshments. All members are the Zion Travellers presented Mrs. J. H. McGuire was askedto Stubbs. MARY CARTER PAINT. ,STORE

'Brown, president; Miss Mildred the "lunch counter demonstrations asked to be present as a report a program at the church and be chairman of a ,nominating Miss Matilda Hidgon of Clay 501 N.1%'. 8th Ave. Gainesville

Aaron, secretary.P. ," pleading with the will be made by Clarence.. DeSueon delighted the audience. The pro- committee to nominate officers Hill was an overnight guest of I FJa. FR i 6-7588

T. A. Meeting at RJE pupils of Gainesville not to follow plans for: our spring fund !gram was presented by Mrs. An- for next year. Others on the I .

The March meeting was held i the example ,of demonstrators |'activity. We regret the hospitalization aette Phillips member of the i I committee were Mrs. Wise and :......".

at RJE cafetorium with President in Tallahassee St. Peters 'I of Mrs. L. Z. Baker one usher board. in the interest of I Mrs. Ayleen Smith. I"1

Levy Lennon in charge. Mr. burg, Daytona Beach, Deland, of our new members. Mr. Clark the pastor's trip to the conven I A bill for $109.28 has been received -

Trawick, ,County Health Sanita- and other Florida cities. She I chairman of the sick committee, tion. Watch this paper for anni-. for the staffs, stands, and

tion representative, was presented pointed up facts from Booker T. .will carry flowers for the club. versary plans. The Federation flags recently purchased for the YOUR CHOICE Of TWO NE1K-SIZE

to the'group by the president.He Washington and quoted many of [Other members are asked to Fill meet at Keystone Heightson Melrose School auditorium. .
., r WAGONS ,"'"'-0-';'"
discussed the possibilities and his significant words, such as: shower her with cards also.- Sunday at 3 p. m. President )ilrs. Teske's 4th grade andMrs. ,ixitte :ytgt ; 1.

factors involved in setting up a We are just as equal in the Mrs. Pernella Cummings, report Robinson is asking all membersto Sikes' 9th grade won room '- LOWEST-PRICED .

Blood Bank and .jcommended the sigh of God as the hand, but we attend and bring a friend.Mrs. .- c\;toit. Treas. Murray Sipprell 6-PASSENGER COMPACT w corer
er.Carnation si .
group for this worthwhile pro i,are just as separate as the fingers Club Ranell English, reporter. presided over the meeting in the ..... '

ject. Mr Edmondson, Administrator !- I on the hand." Principal The regular meeting was held: absence' of the President, Vice- iMfwi!loMfetMcc of any compact

of Bradford County, Hospital ,Gtha W. Nealy complimented the at Reno: Theater with President vyyyyvyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyMELROSE President and Secretary. I ...-.,7 feet witt the Uiljate up_! +

was in accord with this I guest speaker on the significant Wilhelmenia Brooks in charge. : I o BeIC p mlaqM of i!ywfM i E.

plan also. Mrs. Ranell English, i speech and the manner in which Plans are being completed for F.YTTVTTYTYYYTYYYYTYTTTYMAXVILLE bain n Amencio ; '
to 30 ones
per talloa
employee of Bradford County 'she closed, begging for peace. the Easter Sunday Tea and Fashion _
I a }tad eUpat. err"j
Hospital, was appointed chair. Senior Class Play Revue in the cafetorium nice-CW clean Ford
man for services and informa- The Senior Class of RJE will of RJE. The 10th anniversary [Continued From Page Seven] bok-li unoiH interiors

tion on ,setting the bank All present school celebration of the -club will be ,
up the first ,of the degree from Radford College, By Sirs. C. B. Nolan AI1Itrica's lowest priud ',., r? 3 ,,
patrons and friends are invitedto closing activities at 8 p. m. held on the Fourth Sunday in I-Dl-.r compllct '
attend the next meeting to get Thursday, March 24, with a April- Make these two SundaysIn and did post-graduate workat t...... ....... .. .A A wa Noe...IiiIo! $154 bss ,'t'f
the University of Virginia. Ha*Tudor MH FtrdM FtkM wore
first-hand! information on the act "Host to A April dates for the Carnation r e
three play,
W t M'til kit hr HWfeuntat(
Mrs. Mullin is the wife of Dr. rl
Mr. .er4rl :-
Blood Bank plans. During the Ghost an exciting mystery Club activities.-Mrs. Alma Jen- Mrs. Joseph Meyer .

February meeting the box of ; comedy. The play is being directed kins, reporter. at R. S.the Mullin Agricultural, Plant Pathologist Extension ,had' as weekend guests Mr. Meyer' Welcome to

groceries was won by Mrs. Elou-j by Mrs. F. S. Pierce, cla:>ssponser. CHURCH NEWS uncle and aunt and grand- .
Service the University of
t' parents from
he Holmes of Reno. This is a The casts Includes Clara Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Cleveland Ohio.
I t'orida. The Mullins live in Gainesville Ford
Mr. and Mrs. James
Church, Rev. 1,. Norman
correction. Mrs M. J. Lee, re- ence Covington, Ruby Dee Tis- McKay pastor'l I and have two sons Don announce; the arrival of Wagon Wonderlandit's
will hold I a son on
__ t regular services !and Bob, mVin!'U.. .r..*.f..nntl....... .D. .u.CF. March 12
Sunday starting with Sunday Saturday St. Luke'sHospital

School. Please observe the following ,Yonge.wscs 'Jacksonville. The young your widest choice from America's Wagon Specialists!
has been .
man named James! AI.len. *
weekly activities: Mon. 7 The Melrose Society of Chris- Mrs.--- -Norman---- will be U4- I America's "wagon boss" has done it again! 'Wagon load pace is almost 9 feet long with d- ,
Faithful Few Club Tues. remembered Fora's
p. m. ; tian Service met in the educa- as Miss PatriciaOwens I put together the greatest wagon show tailgate down! Take a look at luxury! For eie-

I wouldverYi 7 p. m. Choir rehearsal; Wed. 7 tional building of the Methodist daughter of ea earth, so come in and feast your; eyes onsewn gant interiors Ford wagons can't be matched
:1 m. Prayer meeting Fri. 7 Mrs. Ruby all clew wonders.
: p. ; p. Church Wednesday morning The wagon And feast your eyes on America's l lowest pr'cr |
'. u. Prayer Band; Sat. 8 p. m. ICan Maxville. I See cargo space galore! For instance, Falcon tags for wagons!, -
was a passage
> Circle. All members are We' are glad to learn that Mrs. ..
,,'humbly like to thank urged to attend and bring alongas Psalms 100, followed by a prayer Junior Mosley came home from !
on stewardship given by Mrs. A.
... many friends as possible.- Witherspoon. Doctor's Hospital in Starke last

Mary McBride, reporter; J. Friday and seems to be getting o T
.Y The program leader was Mrs.
along nicely. ]'tMW.
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church -
the Citizens Walter Brinson, who was assistedby
you Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will Mrs. Henry Carter spent last
""3 Mrs. Lester Neefus, Mrs. John .
weekend in Starke IJMftnfcffllMdlWXM
withher aunt
4 participate in the District Conference &
rlei hoot taMHMc*M Fwfs faU
Griner, and Mrs' J. Hansen. The
Mrs. Effie
\ in Branford during the Johns. We are very SM u IN bury wren
program consisted of instructions sorry to learn about Mrs. Effie i t orcaaer oar
of Bradford County week starting Thursday. Pastor i
: \\fl the members of the Church on Johns breaking her aria. Tim!picture Caoiitj seas)
Sampson asks as membersas .
1 many Stewardship Mb iH I Hop*limn for.xJ
tr \ ";; / I the practice on Good
possible to join him. All are Carter and his sister Mrs. Bu- 1M 1tiI1l""J-
in all of Church
i phases
-v invited to attend, not just dele- ford Higginbotham, were in
-t for' : / gates. work. Mrs.' Carl Hagglund-President [ Starke Sunday afternoon for a 5 .
presided at ,the business
visit and brought Mrs. Carter
The flu and other sickness has arrke'o la.at pncod he!w,raga ''-' _
meeting. home with them. -- y
attacked many of our members.We .
.. the-honor"a d privilege urge you to locate them and Carl Mrs. Berkelman Lester Neefus and hostesses Mrs. We wish to extend our deepest, /"

visit. Some have been hospital- were sympathy to John North 'and '- br TMCaatrFSWhr3t Thaagweudst -
: ,, ruoro .
. for the luncheon, which followed -
ized and others are' home.- ,Do his! family in the loss of his mo- <
your missionary, work by visiting the regular News meeting.Library ther, Mrs. Alice North, in Green .., .. ,,',.., ., SEE AIL SEVEN WAGON WONDERS' 1
.of serving again '
,,? r you ', ," :nd giving to the sick. Regular Cove Springs last Friday morning ? AT yOUft FORD DEALER'S '

", f 1 f I If will held Sunday The Library Board of the Mel- ,Mrs. North had been ill for r.D.V..
"W Sft services be .
." ,- rose Public Library met at the ilme FRLANpIf .
Mme and all of her familywere
>'- -: (: 4-- 4 x I starting with Sunday School; j
'" ; r-Clerk. "l Library Building on with her at the time of her
11 -
as worship at a. m-;
.-.;..'-.'. morning evening worship at 6 p., m. All March the Board 10- After announced regular that business the death. ; -.- you're interested i in an A-l Used Car, be sure to see your Ford Dealer-:5

well members are asked to attend Glad to hear that Mrs. Guy -
County Commission of Putnam
the sick Frigo has ''sufficiently recoveredto
and pray for mem-
this Library
County had awarded
tiers.-Mrs. E. J. Givens, reporter.New -he sum of $300 to be spent as be at home now from the St.Vmcent's TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Bethel Baptist Church, the Board wishes.It Hospital Her sister

Rev. A. B. Vinson .pastor held was decided to contract Mrs. Millard< ,Strickland, has been -

services all, day starting with with the city of Gainesville for ,slaying with her each day. 206 \''V. : '
Karen Griffis -'- .
able to
Sunday School; SupU Milton EI- was return !
of 'the Alachua County
CHARLES A. DARBY the use '\
leison in charge. The Spring Rally Bookmobile 'for one year, and to school Monday after

l was held with a fair degree of John Booth, Attorney for the missing: 8 days, seriously} ill.

success. Mrs. Edna Baker is in Commission was instructed to get William E. Webb principal of

Bradford County Hospital, having in touch with Mayor Leighton of ,the Maxville School, has obtained -
(Pd. PoL Adv.) undergone surgery on Tuesdayof a leave of absence from the
Gainesville and make all ar-
I this week. Members and rangements.The school while he runs for school

friends asked to visit her and superintendent in Clay County,
are Bookmobile will now serve!,,1'0. .... ___...__
i ail of Melrose. Heretofore it has t* Jb. Saunders, former IoC ;
u acting principal until
been available only to
Webb returns to his duties on i
residents of Alachua county and
May 6. i
has been parked in front of the
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish I j
Home Demonstration building. .
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Now it will be parked in front of ,
Bradshaw, and Mr. and Mrs. -
''WHY DOH'TChA, GIVE NOW,8A'CTERIF WELL.,KITTY.. THE ONW tATlNSI $1U the Library on alternate Thurs- : k ; snY

A ,FEUtA A SAMPLE, OP X GIVE MOU A PIECE YOU t KMOW I CAN BE RFAU.YYoOR days from 12:30: a. m. until 1:30P. Rudy Higginbotham'. enjoyed

HOMEMADE CANDY,] YOU VOOtf ASK FOR YOUR CANDY OF,1& COCO FOOD PRO m. In the interim between its Sunday night supper in Jack- : r

KITTY? __ ANY MORE, BETTER THAN. City tisb & calls there will be a shelf of sonville.
WILUVOU? s Do.Jus' .t Bookmobile books available at Golden' Wedding k
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Harris %. r > ,.pYt
'' Meat MarketROUND the Library. Books taken from dti d !(,
OWE LITTLE tHUNKi celebrated their Golden WeddingAnniversary r ?
i the Bookmobile can be returnedto ,
: : o last Sunday at their
s the Library at any time and
home here, and their family sur- "
requests for books, if in the Li-
prised them by having a big
brarian's hands by the Monday
/r r tii.
ft wedding cake and inviting guests
before the Bookmobile calls, will
;or the occasion. The table was
be filled.
I :decorated with yellow gladioli
Inquiries, from anyone needing
and mums and held the 4-tiered
y advice or reading guidance will yf'
wedding cake decorated with a k ,
14 c'
uL.Ye. be handled by the librarianand -
miniature! bride and groom. About '
any service the Library can furnish i ( .
STEAK. SMOKE PICNICS. 29c 40 guests enjoyed this occasion t k
will be supplied gladly on : w.
I request. with Mr. and Mrs. Harris i r ; t

Out of town. guests were Mr.

SIRLOIN STEAK 69 SPARE RIBS l lb 29c, ,I PTA Mrs. Leola S. Young. Director and Mrs A.; C- Anderson and

Mrs.. Jennie Stubbs of Jacksonville '
School Attepdance'andChild : jvtt.
T-BONE STEAK. 01 COunty.CHIROPRACTIC Mr. and MrsMickey Mur- : Lt 3 9
t Putnam
Adjustment o
_I _
lb. and son. ,.attdMrs.. Alice
ray .
SMOKE BACON 27' .. r $
Murray of Doctor's. Inlet. ; 4a
Sympathy goes out to the

MAXWELL HOUSE, INSTANT In !lunily of Mrs. Mae Caldwell,

FRESH 6oz who I passed away Sunday after- t 1q ; .7 -' r 11sav
COFFEE 99c IndustryThe non' in the Ed Fraser Hospital FIn r -

mm BEEF Honorable re\V J. Sor- Macclenny. Funeral services

10 oz. a si .49 doni former Senator of Pennsjlvanla ',.ere held at Long:> Branch Baptist -I' f .e T' F- ydK 9k .

BRISKET STEW.39 and president of 14 major Church on Tuesday after
corporations employing 5,000 per- noofu with interment in Long iN 1 ;W Sr

RIB STEW BREAD 2 Loaves 29 full time staff of Chiropractic phy- One of our local men Earl L- 1'.S

sicians to care for nis employees! Cannon, Sr., has qualifiedtor .

ALL MEAT STEW Ib.49c BANANAS lb. 10c for the many cost of times care by has increased been, paid employee !I. 3 the i 4'i'office Duval of County.constable for Disk Jt'B tiI lliJ

J, David Padgett i
efficiency both mental and, Mr, and' Mrs.; ( y

12 OZ. pb 'Meal, He further asserts that visited in Middleburg Sunday
SUNSHINE VANILLA WAFERS. ,3Sc serious illness has been overcome with Mr. and, Mrs. Bud Mosley.yelyn ,

home .
.. ... and lost time from injuries has Crews is back ,
been lessened ia duration., after visiting in Macd envy. .SIft OM AN ELECTRIC. WATER HEATER IN YM-tfOMa A
PRICES GOOD FROM NIGHT Intermediate Girls ofJvlaxville. I
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M.-to\ 9 I'11IjcU saving Chiropractic to the Insurance care also Companyand shows a Baptist Church had a ,, Plenty of piping-bot water means better happier living.:You fare' witfar

--- the employee. class meeting Tuesday night at an automatic Electric Water I lea ter-completely! dependable. wonderfully

(t EIi .When arcidents strike phone the home of their. teacher Mrs. dean, umeand flameless-safe for your peace of mind..Just (!

l d J- jour Chiropractor at once. For Dorothy Waters.' install it any place and forget it! Round?square,or counter-top models

f further information phone or,write Rev W. 9 Mathis was able to see the display now at electrical appliance dealers and plumbers .
J be;back in church Sunday after '
ICE STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OF GROCERIES the f having been ill for several days. '
:Waller delivered the :
f Bellinger ,Chir9practic'OffiC Rey. S. P #t1i COOtE T
.message the Sunday before. e SAFEST .
a' Mr.. and :U 's. 'Edward Smith. 41N 7 C __. V ".I.IlU.VeU.NUT
;}O /i/ 6l rrrerrtLe CMCAPET
E. University Ate ,in: GalnestIlle Mrs Dexter McPherson Mrs, /p

N. SU in Starke. i P> Griffis and James Smith .. '" -- '- -, --.'
and Walnut iny Et- s -
r I .1. .. .__ _.___ attended funeral service for! / i- ''e' '9 ) f'it .. MM. _..iJf__ _"""t _-f---;;'_' '

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....Tlnmm.mtn Mrs. Q.H.. Warren Mr. and 'ey. I choir practice Saturday t evening. FOR ADDITIONAL- SPECIALS SEE
Mrs. Gene Smith Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Warren Boatright
Mr. and ,Mrs. Sid Beach and ?
1 LAW T E'Y Quinton Warren of Valdosta, children of DeFuniak Springs !!jvrffl be happy to learn that he QUANTITY HICKORY RANCH FANCY SLICED
Mrs. Victor Appleby and son of was able to spend the weekend
t Mrs. Joyce E. Fetch' spent the weekend with Mr. and BREAKFAST _
Y Jacksonville .Miss Beverly Ap- \ with his wife and daughter and >RIGHTS

,a&&&&&&&&& & uaaaaau Fleby 'of' University of Florida, Mrs. Doyle 'Eubanks. Mrs. Effie Boatright.;While other RESERVED -

Mrs. Lizzie Bradley and the Leslie Word': was received this week guests of Mrs- Boatright, were ,
Mrs. J. Warren entertained BACON 39C
E. Bradleys of Kingsley Lake. that Mrs Ethel W. Ayres, of Mr. and Mrs. .L J. Manning and LB
With a family dinner on.. Sunday Eugene Manning and his mother I
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker Lgngwood had passed away. Mrs.
honoring her husband on his from Manning Station.
,Birthday anniversary. Those attending and sons of Lake City were SatUrday Ayres taught here several years Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Mar-
and lived with Mr. and Mrs. GRAY ALL PORK t
this lovely affair were guests of Mrs. A. H. HarI tha Bales were Sunday guests of
I L. H. Futch.
Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce
i:fie, Mae Green in Middleburg.
and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett SAUSAGE 3LBs$100
Mrs. Mary Reddish had as I
attended Ordination Services for +
guests on Sunday Mr.. and Mrs. S
Rev. Gerald Suggs at, Orange
herby announce my candidacy for Earl Legate of Grafton. IlL Mrs.
Street Baptist Church in Baldwin ,.. FlNEF00 w..R LADY FAIR BUTTERMILK OR SWEET>1ILK
Mary Elizabeth Pons and sons
reelection as County Superintendent on Sunday. .
cf Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Roy .
; I
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott
of Public Instruction. I pledge myself and Lon Prescott moved Wed- Reddish of Webster Mr. and' BISCUITS:
I Mrs. L. W. Baldwin of Starkj, A3Ns25c

to work for the continued improvement nesday Vaughn to is operating Middleburg a service where and Mr.. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish b

of schools ,in -Bradford station. Jack. Estes returned home Friday SKINLESS AND BONELESSCAPPER
Bobby Bennett and Richard
County.. .; .*"''**%' Usnnett Jr. of Daytona Beach evening from Kingsport, -
.: Tenn. where he spent several FILLETS 59
visited Mr. and Mrs. Buster Ben- 4 : LB
.. i ..3.--: :.t'sj : ; :'.iv nett and the Darley family last days with his parents, Mr. and S
weekend. Mrs. Darley

_ .. : home with them for a visit. Mr.*and Mrs. George Roberts S ME COVT INSPECTED AND GRADED "A" YOUNG
Mrs. Luther Hilliard and chil- and children of Tallahassee spent -747
.wish to dren were Sunday guests. of Mrs. from Thursday until Sunday
express my appreciation to Rose McStephenson in Jackson- with his parents Mr. and Mrs. 320.. S. WALNUT ST. BROILER TURKEYSLB49C
G. W. Roberts. .
the people of Bradford County for STARKE FLA.
ville.Mrs. Mrs. Billy Carr of Tallahassee
Is visiting
Sarah Starling
allowing me to run for the office of Mrs. R. D. Sub.r and other rela- is visiting her brother and sis- w

th1 week. ler-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs. Erlie \ P.S G. CHOICE
tives in Jacksonville $ .
County Superintendent unopposed Mrs. Leslie Sweat of Maxvilleand PadgettPINE CHUCK ROAST

the May primaries. I am grateful to win Mrs.spent Jewell Sunday Gouslby with Mr.of Bald-and y..y. .TY.y.yy. F''NE. -. TRIM

the many school people and parents: Mrs Glenn Shuford and Mrs .).... .
Hicks. I
who have worked with for the im- Hester
me A birthday dinner honoring I

provement of the schools in Bradford Starling James Starling, was given and at niece the homeof Ann H. 3L McUae T :' \ 'pT .

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/a seasWe +
County in the past and I earnestly Mr. and Mrs. Josie Starling T
en Sunday. Guests included" Rev. had a good attendance at R
solicit their.help in the future on any and Mrs. Alton Dobbs of Jacksonville Sunday School last Sunday. Our

Mrs. Inez Kelly, Mrs. pastor, Rev. W, E. Hall broughtthe
problems concerning schools. Bob Haislop Mrs. James star- message. 4

ling and son of Starke, Mr. and Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lb

Mrs. Charles Starling and fam- L. A. Crosby Sunday were their

ily and Mrs. Rob Futch. daughter Mrs. Fred Broadwell of
William Parrish and Ralph Jacksonville who spent the week: i
1 HARMON P. MORGAN Darley of Jacksonville and Billy end with them and her grand-

Mullins of Green 'Cove Springswere mother, Mrs. H. M. McRae.

(Pd. PoL Adv.) guests of Mrs. Hattie Dar- Mrs. O. W. McRae and chil-
ley and family during the week- dren, Mrs. Pledge Johns of ,
end. William Parrish has been Hampton Mrs. Jackie Hersey of PSG CHOICE FYNE-TRIM

transferred to BrooksviDe and Keystone Heights and Mrs. Bar- S ,
I will be working with Bobby Ibaia Johns of Hampton 'spent r '_ BONELESS CROSS r
I VPhitehead -for-- -St.-. Reds Paper"Sunday; with their-mother and C

Co. sister, Mrs. ft. A. Conner and
Mrs. Leona Edwards with Mr. I-Irs. T. M. Crawford in High

and Mrs. Bryant Tucker and Springs. We are glad to hear that : RID AST /
family of Fernandina were weekend Mrs.\ Conner is much improved LB
SM1 guests.of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde hfter a recent illness. .

Hiatt and daughters at Crystal We are sorry to report the

River. continued illness of our pastors PSG FYNE-TRIM
Jack Trawick, of County Health wife. Mrs. W. E. Hall. Please' remember ..

I Department: showed a film and I she and Mrs. Bullington. PINBONE S 0
:gave an' informative talk on the I in prayer. or C
.e yT1Pe 8. Sanitation needed in
Health and The community was saddened P _
the, county at our PTA meeting by the death of Mrs. Cheshier ,
Tuesday evenng.. Mrs., BUI Turner tfho passed away in the' Palatka

Mrs. Jimmy|Johnson, Mrs. Hospital. She was the mother of LB
4 =: Milo Smith and Miss ElIzabethTe Mrs. Robert Starling of this sec-
served refreshments to the

24 guests present. tion.Mr.. and Mrs. John Roberts, of .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dority of. Keystone Heights attended PSG CHOICE FYNE-TRIM PSG CHOICE BONELESS
E Seat Pleasant Md. have purchased church here Sunday, accompanied -
the .J. B. Bradley farmon by Mrs. H.-M. 'McRae they T.BONEor TOP SIRLOIN c ROUND
the Blackburn Road and were dinner guests of Mr. and

moved here recently. We welcomethis Mrs.. Delbert Green and familyat .
fine young couple to our Heilbronn Springs .and visit- TFAL1 ROAST
I extend sincere thanks to the people
my .. community. ed Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis.
of Bradford County for permitting me to Recent guests of Mrs. John LO
huford and Dave were Mr. and TO THE CITIZENSOF ILH1% LB 79cOR
for re-election I
run unopposed. pledge to Mrs.- Phil Shuford and family of PRECINCT r

I, continue the operation. of your Count YJudge's Moore Haven and the Joe Shu- FOOD FAIRCOFFEE
ford family of St. Augustine. The reason I have not made a
Court with honor 'fairness and
Friends of Truby Wainwrightwill
statement before now Is due to

t integrity, endeavoring by my actions to : uch'be improved.glad to learn Those that with he him is the death, of my mother, necessitating I0kiGIA

.1 reflect honor upon the Court, our people, and Mrs. Wainwright this week a trip to New York State. ; ,

Mrs. Alice Langford of Lake I would like to express my
> and, myself. were '
t Butler, Mr. and Mrs., c. C. Hig- thanks to the 'people who signedand A 1 LB CAN 3 9cLIMITI

P ginbotham of Ocala Louie Lee helped in other ways with the t ECONOMy1O oi sIu.
Sincerely, Wainwright and "son of Avon petition (that was,not recognizedby 0

Park,. Mr.. and Mrs. .Jack Wain- the Board of !County Commissioners t WITH 5.00
wright and family of Waycross, the sale of #
) for Sunday I P90P ORDER n
and Mrs. Jack Brasell and
1HERON A. YAWN\ Jr. family, and Mr. 'and Mrs. 'Doc beer County.It m. Precinct 6 of Bradford S

Wainwrght of Jacksonville. Another C FLAVORKIST

,* (Pd. P are living In Germany. also informed if said petition was

J. C. Prevatt of Ocala was the presented the matter would at
Friday overnight guest of his least have to go to the vote of; s.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pre- the people W Precinct 6. It appears

vatt. that a few people, some not'_even /2 GAL L19cR
LATE SHOW Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner and '
Or 6
jar CTN
In the oz
registered to vote precinct. -
children spent Sunday with Mrs. 79c 1IMIT-1 WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
Influenced the Commissioners at a
Roy Jordan in Keystone Heights. '
Mrs. Selma Eunice and Mrs. meeting that I was told that It ARMOUR'S STAR PURELB FYNE-TEX ALL PURPOSEDETERGENT

Brad Norton and children were wasn't necessary for me to at- '
.unitPKG GIANT PKCLimitl
SEE business visitors to Jacksonvilleon tend-Just have the petition pre- lARD 3 [$5.00 Food 29c with 39SWIFT'S C

: Wednesday. sented at that time. I am sore if Order $5.00 Food Order .

; TEA NOOSEOF ,: community Those in are hospitals Mrs.Harold from NOr-our I tactics I had 'known were going such to undemocratic take place, FINEST SHORTENING ,

.' man George Shuford: Billy and I LB CANLfmitl 39'
: I would hare been present.. C
Jerry Redding, who were painfully JEWEL 3 with
; It has always been policy to FRESH BAKED
hurt while hauling grass $5.00 Food Order
V-: THE : are In St. Vincent's Hospital, fry to do things legally and,above < GOLD MEDAL (PLAIN OR SELF-RISING .

.. while Mrs. O. .J. Phillips and board, but seeing the way this Ap.PLE LB
MOONStarring Mrs. Purvis Brown are in Bradford has been handled it leaves me 39cIE"
[ County Hospital.Mrs. with doubt in my mind If more c FLOUR 5 PKGGIANT
matters such as Sunday beer sales .
f Macclennyand
Mary Locke of were out in the.open there would REC NEW BLUE DETERGEN1SUPER
Chism of Mon-
t Rev. George
; be less unlawful tactics used in P 1 44 PKGLimitl
Mrs J.
iac. Ga. visited Mr.. and 49c
Marion and Mrs. Selma this county. If the sale of beer In SUDSGIANT
t Brando Glenn Ford -'Machiko Kyo S. Eunice and son with
Eunice on Sunday. one precinct, which Is surroundedby $5.00 Food Order
f In Cinemascope and Color Milton Clarke and son of Mac- areas that can sell beer leg&Uy -"

clenny spent Sunday with Mr. on Sunday, should make radical 25" SIZE FROZEN, FOODS
change I would be against it .
family my-
: and -
D. B. Thomas
; and Mrs.
self. I am In'such a position that

_ .1. The. Allen Hart family had as customers' buy their beer each side c i- WADE 24* pitdudleek. ENGINE; BANQUET FROZEN e CHICKEN

1 Sunday guests Mrs., Nancy Keene of our place"business, and come' ,u, A ,, ,J' .4 Crcle 3 H.P. Boggs & sho$on. BEEF TURKEY HAM
Jacksonville to our establishment to drink it ) Cl+ole-A.Motit control remote r*.
: fLORiDA THEATRE and Joan Andersonof Power wind' starter HOUSING 14
and food. ; : aug* REe
Mr. and,Mrs. Lacy Harvey, buy It.Just.doesn't seem .. steel, staggered wheels, ; ClUTCH; DINNERS 49 C
: of fab In any reasonable way of PKC
Dewey _and Curtis Harvey J ,,,..: : .. Steel slip; TRIMMING EDGE: ,
Macclenny. thinking. ;:. Mower $T; WHEn f, td-7. diamefer, II
SATURDAY 12 MIDNIGHT Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffis and r" still am not sorry I got the' k ....;... diamond; tread Bbck-V & _
children and Mr.and Mrs. W. E. petition together It gave me .8 'to 6meter,diamond tread,eojy height" '
fine to adjustment; HANDLE: StorMowerwith
opportunity meet
Gault and son spent SundaY. with many ,' HUo adjustment-stands FANCY
a ( Mr. and Mrs. Walter Murray and nice people and to see bow they right for storage 2 position up.5*
_ MATE SHOW- \ I!Clarence Gault In Tampa. feel on matters within the county.I -. weight adjustment; COtOI o.Iux. POLE BEANS LB 19 C
i I Mrs. Carl Dixon and childrenof am also glad because' some of V copper finish with red trim; NET
Palatka spent Saturday with the people had_ a misconception,of 'WEIGHT' ;59 fcjj SHIPPING WEIGH!; JUICY SWEET

Sponsored by HI-Y Club )%r. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. what kind of a business we opened r .1 5 67 Jb..

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish up. Our specialty Is good tasty, D GRAPEFRUIT 4" 19c

Aduita.65cChildren 35c- had as guests during the weekend and excellent food, and we try to CALIFORNIA CRISP 4
maintain ,
Mrs. Jack Pons and son of good friendly.service _

Box Office Opens 11:30 Tallahassee Mrs.' Susan Kohler ; S $ 47.95 LETTUCE 2 LARGE 25cJ

I I and children and Ray Reddishof Sincerely, F \ HEADS

\ Kingsley Lake. Members of Charles A..Pardee,.*,,' .

., .,... -the' Baptist Church met there for -- p-. S. Escarole and Endive. HQ 9ct

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..vv..a.a.vt.v.vvttt.. cy. Gnffis. thankful for all donations of I! alb.I .A & & ..\ I- -r -' -
I ) YYYTTYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1IA mother. EM2 Guy Wilungham who, has: : Mrs. J. C. HarrelLMrs. '
One of our dear old neighbor funds: and labor. !
I Mrs. Annie Jones entered b.'el\ serving on the Franklin D Roy Green and children
CLAY HILL women Aunt Babe Padgett is I Sickness kept several regular i NORTH SIDEBy l ; M'PTON: Coctor/s: Hospital irr,/ Starke; Roosevelt is home on a furlough visited M/- and MrsJ.. T. Taylor
critically! ) ill at this writing. altenders away last Sunday, but '
11} .MI.. .... L. ..'ICkj.W.y..y. ,. where she was to undergo anperaiiQn. I with his wife Mrs. Mary SueWillingham. Saturday afternoon in Palatka.
Troy Lang young son of Earl we still had 50 present in Sun- Mrs. John CowartiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA ) J I -
Hy Mr. 0. I:. imr ) Monday week Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brannenf
......... .n Lang,, is in Bradford.Hospital. i day School and the general grade > tl.A 4."AaA&A..a.Le. ,MP. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Palatka were the Sunday
with spinal meningitis. Jim was 50 per ,cent. The Young
i.v.vvvvtvvvvvtvvv7vv and children were Thursday luncheon guests of her
We were glad to have our pastor Strickland has, had the flu, but Married people won the banner I Our pastor Rev. Gerald Suggs, Baptist. Women. ,Observe- parents.
night dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green,
Rev. George C1 ism,. out of IIV some better now. Our son, this Congratulations! was ordained in impressive cere- Missions Week Of Prayer : ,
!I Mrs. J. D. Emerson In Bland E. _in Ft. Lau
i &R00KERUy. J. was
the hospital and back with us ,in''lacy Fields is in the hospital in Remember: Sunday, March 27, !, monies at the Orange Street i 'Home Missions week of' pray-
Miss Goldie Thomas the tferdalg business and at
i was on Pompano .-
services! last; Sunday: Virginia with a severe nerve dis- I will be Homecoming Day at i i Baptist Church Baldwin. last ci"' was observed by women o. !
Sunday night guest of Miss Lin- visiting his family duringthe
Missed Carson Griffis from order. |Highland, and Rev T. M. Knight '!Sunday 3 ;p. m. The .Charge to !I the Hampton Baptist WMU las iiarbum, -Sue UavU i I; d4 Emerson in Bland weekend.

Sunday School and church last Work started on the pastoriumthe will bring the morning mess- [the Church was given by Rev. :I week with a series of meeting a' I i Miss Carolyn Hines of Jack- Jimmy Townsend 'of Palatka
Sunday as he was called to assist last of the week, and the !I age. All 9f the singers of former '!Tommy Howe of Lawtey Baptist ;the church. .YWAs and GA group. .AA &&AA&&i && AAAA .AA !jvmville was the weekend guest Junior College was the Wednesday -

with a funeral of a cousin, Per- Highland Church folks are _years are invited to attend and (Church and the dharge to Can- also observed the season of pray.. I Mr. and Mrs c. W. Edwards I Of her parents Mr. and Mrs, DAI guest of his father J. E.

I give us one or more special selections I dictate by Rev. Eddie Murbee,!I er at their regular meeting a ,I Badentoa. were' weekend,!!, Hines. Townsend.

/ I l in the morning and I'pastor of. Buford Grove. The Or-I the< church. on'Tuesday evening ,tests of his sister. Mrs. Eva I I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chambers John; Maquar of Evansville.
I afternon. Norman will be t'dination" Message I last week.
TuUy was given byRev. I
I II. of Jacksonville visited her par- Ind. is visiting the G. E. Green
Ii i I in charge of singing so contact Barney Andrews of Manjita I -"Behold Your God 'Through' Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stokes ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges'family this week.
.him with what wish to do. | ; and presentation of ''Teaching" 'was the title
the of
you the and children of: Alachua, .
1 i were 5:{ during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and
I I.WISH TO THANK Amens Are Heard Bible by Rev. Tom_ Harper of program presented at the meeting jaturday ,
guests of Mrs. H, E. Mrs. Dave Green visited her sons were Saturday guests of her
We filled our appointment at First Church Baldwin. Rev. Sug- on Monday.eveping by Mr. jtokes. in .
children Jacksonville for sev* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Padgett Church last Sunday 1 gs pronounced the benediction. I C, L- Cooper. Tuesday's program, Miss Ruby Stokes Mrs. H. E.I eral days last week. 'Russ in Apopka. Sunday they attended -
atemoon'and, were delighted to !1 Miss Ruth Alvarez of Suffolk "Through, '?fe chlng" was'pre- Stokes, andj, Tom Stewart were I J. T. Sowells celebrated his funeral services for
MY FRIENDS find how much the road has ,Va. spent the weekend with her sented by Mrs D. E.
Hill. Wo-
junday dinner of .i
I I ,guests Mr andMrs. icirtMay at a luncheon in his I Glenda Green who was killed ina
I been improved straightenedand sister: Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp, and men took part in the prayer .- Joe Vickery in Alachua. j home Sunday. Present for the oc- treak accident at the fair InrEustis

widened. Makes it seem ;.family: I I n-eeting, service Wednesday evenii.g Mn and Mrs. Alburtus Miller j tcasion were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friday. .
The : mien shorter than before. The Mrs., Sarah Alvarez and Mrs. as the day's program. "Re l Gainesville !
Citizens and Voters ) Mrs.
were Sunday I VanCycle, R. T. McDavid and Mrs. W. A. Davis and
Cuiirch: house. was nicely cleaned i[Betty Sue Matthews of Gaines- veal His Glory" was led''' by Mrs. ':
afternoon '
I guests. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman I children of Waldo were Sunday
vt. *, x inside and out, and the cemetery i Vllle visited ;relatives in this sec- Wi P. .M Elr': I W. E* Blgham. of] Gainesville. Rev. and, Mrs. 1,. I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

,i.Oked well kept. 'r ton last' Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Home led Thurs- Mr. and. Mrs. G. W Davis"L. Parker and Mrs Doris Kelley N. J. Davis. Also Mrs. J. R. Davis
of Bradford County:: i j I Allof, you who wish to hear I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bosticki day morning's' program, "Through visited their daughter. Barbara i I and children. and baby visited Mr. and Mrs.
iI(I same loud "Amens" during a i i i of Gainesville and Miss Ruth Building" at the church pastor- :Sue.) at' the U of F.Sunday-afternoon ;- I jlttlthdar Party Davis that night.

I[!preaching service, just come toj!: Alvarez of Suffolk, Va. visited !ium, proceeding the.pastorium also Rev. and Mrs. R. li. i, Little Hilda Harrell. daughter f I I Rev. and Mrs. Rhoden ot Jacksonville -
the Padgett Church on April 3.1 I! t eir brother, HaroldAlvarez, openhouse and covered-dish '
I Canton in Fairbanks. of, Mr. and Mrs J. C. Barrel}, i were: the Sunday dinner
For their confidence and i:land family last weekend.Mrs. ;Juncheon. Circle !
These afraid
sup- men are not or a- I meetings followed. Mrs. Lottie Edwards Was the I celebrated! her 10th birthday at a guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rod-
cliamed! to let their bei i Harry -'Bleasdale n and luncheon
Amens j on after-
I I weekend guest, of her sister Mrs. party for 27 friends at the Com- gers. In the afternoon they were
Dort' in mv nnonnosed candidacy I heard. The harder the sermon i I children of Keystone Heights noon. The week of prayer was Ellen Barber, in Jacksonville. I munity Center Saturday after- visited by Mr. and Mrs. Albert
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'" -6-6----- hits, them. the more Amens they j visited her sister Mrs. John climaxed by the Friday.evening Ardell Waters ot. Dundee,,visited noon. Shaw and son and Mrs. Lottie
let roll. Come out and for Cowart, two days last week. meeting ,?when Mrs:?. I I i i
for the Office of Super see t Charles Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters inGainesville' I Several games were played Chaw of Lacrosse.Mr. .
yourself. These Padgett Church Those on our sick list are. Hicks led the program, "Through 'and the. G W.. Davis std prizes were won by Miss Dot- I and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas -
services are held at 2:30: m. Jimmy and Gregory. Alvarez, Witnessing." Mrs. E. LBirt,' I
p. family
visor of Registration. I am Wednesday of last week. tiC Sue Kelley and Miss Thelma and son. Ronne were dinner
and do not conflict with services George Shuford Sister !\Orman.I prayer chairman, was in charge Mr. and Mrs Clyde Robertson, I Lee, Knight. I r guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul

E available at all times for ak any other church. I Ronnie Norman and Orene Cow" of the week's events. and Mr. and Mrs L. C, Roberton ': Refreshments were served the Faulkner in. Starke Saturday
any These folks wish] Program work the YWA I
expressed a I art.Time on of: Lakeland were Sunday I I guests by Mrs. Raymond Brown night and helped, little Paul
to continue services at church change in services: Sun- season of prayer was led by Miss guests of Mrs.. Rachael Green''of Worthington Springs. Mrs. M. j jI i I Faulkner Jr. celebrate his birth-
service I am able to render to once a month-or perhaps twice j day; School, 10 a. m. Morning Amelia Williams, assisted by
cad the Dick I I I .,
'Raulerson family D. Harrell. Mrs. E. L. Lester and. day.
a> month when we get better es- Worship, 11 a. m. Training Union Mrs. Charles Hicks, counselor.

the people of this county. ., tablished. We need some songbooks ,|I 6:30 p. m.; Song practice, 7 Miss. Betty..Durling presented
:: and some kind of musical :?. m. Prayer Meeting, 730 p. m. Intermediale: GA program

jiatrument.j Let's! get together ,: Family night will be held Wed- and"Juiuor/tGAs were led by Mrs.

and get enough books to take !.i(I nesday. March 23-, at 7 o'clock. C. L. Cooper The Bradfo'rd
care of the congregation. If- we :We invite you to come.EVERGREEN.. Personals. I
ordered' them in the next few !I I Mr. and Mrs. George Cottman ;

days we could haVe them in time I ...... ......vvv..m of Ocala! spent last weekend ,

MARIAN L. CROSBY for the next service. Jim Strickland -r.y !here: with, her sister,' Mrs.. Jessie

: will preach on tithing if I Cliastain.Ms. .
the Lord( sees, fit to spare him. !i i' .. Evelyn Hicks and chin.

(l>>d. Pol. Ad,..) We will look for all who were;i I i By Mrs. Sybil Griffis Ii dren, and Mrs. Inez Coleman and County Telegraphincites

resent last Sunday, and more children, all of Jacksonville, .
too, !at the April 3 service. I .allll.ailllllllllall3.. '' Viiflted here one day. last week
Learns A Lesson with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox. t'
the visitors
Among of your reporter -
Last week Buddie Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy
I last week were our son* I
was feeding his old sick'. horse, ]I inlaw and daughter Mr. and 4ii i Stewart, Miss., have moved .;{. .
.r Pet to it in the notionof ; the in Mrs. Jessie
trying get Mrs. Eugene McDonald, and children nto apartment -
P eating when ([you guessed it] of Jacksonville. Little Jim- Chastain's home. Mrs. Murphy -

he got finger-bitten for his trou- mie McDonald is spending the, is a sister of Mrs. John I II
THANKS'i' b'e. Hope the finger is well by week with Woods, who also moved here recently -
\ us.
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now and Buddie had better j! We are sorry to report that' from Mississippi. you to see

-< l learn to keep his fingers out of our pastor, Rev. J. E. Normanwas Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Luckey of .
horses' mouths. Fr Lauderdale Fla. are the ,parents -
; operated on Tuesdayand ,
of Robert IH, -
A : was unable to preach for us a son Floyd the all-new

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'I dale. Mr. and Mrs. Luckey for-

\ J 9 11 JIc11i, ,iINI\ \ 1)) j I filled Mrs.in Neta for Rosier him. will enter the merly lived in Gainesville, and .
attended church in Burroughs
> Hamptonand
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MILLION I I k ;Baptist Hospital Sunday for an
"I [By Debbie Phillips] f j operation.. "' -,: visited here many times.
"fj. I Wm. M. Phillips, formerly of
Billy and Redding sons
\ U4l. AI.UA "'A AA.. ,," >Jack flviflr has% moved his : .
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} ," If '.0- fl,1Mr. aura Mrs. Arthur It 'dfing! TENKEY '
The morning and, evening services -I,i were seriously hurt in an accident house trailer to"the lot between
I at the church Sunday wereHtll i Saturday' afternoon. They the J:. A:;. Cox: home' and the AlPmEeLUE.
attended. There were 50 in Robert Cox home in Hampton..
slid off a truck loaded with 11
School 24 in Training Mr. is brother of Mrs.C. '
Sunday and strawberries. Phillips. a
[:mulching for TheyI ELECTRIC
Union Although our pastor,j A. Cox. He is building a cabana -
i I i were taken to the Bradford County -
: Rrv. Chism was in the Baptist onto the west side of the
I Hospital and later moved to
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1 able to bring both The I St. Vincent's. We wish them a Mia, Mary. Williams, Howell ; :: :
messages. I speedy f "A D DIN I G
You have of the I
given me one greatest : :
Young Manned Peoples class won I '.. : wyUams/and Hilda Warren visited v:
coffipliments that can be bestowed upona "the attendance banner in Sun-i I the Cypress. Gardens at Winter .

I t'py school. !I was a visitor here Sunday.. i Haven on Sunday.., : '
person in public office, by permitting Mrs. Richard Mosley and I The Study Course is being well I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill and MACHINE

Tne to serve y'o again as your Tax Assessor daughter, Sharon were shoppingin attended each Wednesday daughter of Flint, Miclu- visited .

Starke Friday. ing by teachers np.qfficers) even-j I here Sunday and Mondaywith v SEA MIST GREEN
unopposed. Mrs. Betty Mosley returned the church. his brother, Don Hill and family -
home from the Bradford Co.. I I, ;; enroute to Michigan after a K+re's fits latest for the modern office

I will do everything within my power to hospital Friday. THE RIGHT POfJff for wile I I!,I vacation trip through south I
I .:. the.Hih compact all.electrJc
Mr. and Mrs. James Normanare Korida.
justify this confidence and will continueto
the proud ,parents of way you write. Come in and select J JI
a son. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher BOTCUfhs Tea Key with uew BabnceTcuch
give you my best :Jam Friday in St. Luke's hos- : I your favorite ESTEKBKOOK drove to Stewart, .Miss., last
pital. II weekend, where they were called In) sti&inz co/crc/ -

Sincerely, Rev. H. F. Higdon of Maxville Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. by the illness: of Mrs.: Mosher's


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Tni.yiv.mnvn the Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville arid family had as guests Last .vvivvvvvy fYYYyyyyy Freda Crews daughter of Mr. and'Mrs 'j hospital thqir condition unknown I ter-in-law and children Mr. and ..a J} hlctal ,.

last Sunday wekend Mrs. deMedicis' parents; W. H. Green has been released l at this writing. i Mrs. Morris Johns of Jackson- !,I t1A1'TiMT. Clltkrfs: :. =

BALDWIN Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pringle Mr.. and Mrs. J. T. Home"of KEILBRONNBy from a Kentucky hospital Also. on the sick list .is Glen yule Sunday School, 10' ..m.War.. to .

Jr. of Leesburg wer6 weekend Granlteville, S. C. after, surgery and is recovering. Moore son of Mr. and Mrs. Cor i Up Hour. U a. m Bvoiuhji gttrtr.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gloria Brinson and children Alt... Harvtj McCarthy 'I' Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Harley .
By IE1rsr ct B. Nolan Mrs. G. W. Also Lamar Reddish was released nelius Moore. ..o, *i p. m. Prayer M..Unf e&Ck. -
P 1ngle. Sr. and F. W. Brewer had.. as wy.y.yyy..yw.y..y.yy.yy fiom the St. Vincent's Hospital I I I May God bless each of you and I of Jacksonville visited unday I I Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
t uu &A&&A&AAAA &&&&A Joe Nolan, Edgar and Marvin guests ovor the weekend Mrs. in Jacksonville Monday after a 'grant you a speedy recovery. I Ii j jj with- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman i

Mrs. Howard Evans and daughter Williams traveled to Livingston.Ala. Biewer and Mrs.. Joyce. Sanford Howdy Neighbors and a very short illness. I j j Deepest sympathy is extended .Crosby.

Joy and Bob Evans drove to last week where they tried. and Fred Brewer of Atlanta Ga. pleasant weekend is extended to However, some are still con- to the bereaved family of Dan ,:.i Mr: and Mrs. Frank Norman I 11.I| Far C..ir Br.rffrd JatI.e'Ca.atr C..rC KI.rU I. ..A.dI .
I Panama City over the weekend out for football at Livingston Jlr. and Mrs. Frank Brewer of each of you.I .' fined to a hospital, they are Mrs. i ic1] Leamon Norman. May God 1'h .re: Estate of edam T. Green,
State College. Considered Atlanta also accompanied them 'The.pulpit of Heilbronn.Church a'id son, Ray and son and daugh- deceased.aorrcE.
for a visit with Mrs. Evans father much I Harold Norman who entered the comfort as only He can do. tr.o small on the first here, but spent the weekend in was filled by Rev. Roop of ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Glen TO CREDITORS ,
,..j. A,. Buchanan, and Mr. and day. the I St. Vincent's hospital In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Morgan AU creditdrs of the estate of .
Mrs. E.- C. Evans. Bob Evans remained boys continued to hustle before Jacksonville Hsmpton'Sunday in the absence Saturday evening. and sad daughter, Judy ,visited with': Norman visited saturdaY"e'ening A'.h.m T. Green deceased, are hereby r
there and Mrs. Evans leaving, not only received praise nab, Stillwell othe pastor. Rev. Otis T. Jones George Shuford also ill in the relatives:; in White Springs Wednesday i i with their other son and daugh- claims notified demand and required which to file any

} and Mrs. Billy J. Simmons accompanied from the coach, but also were Mr. and Mrs. Don Stillwell who was conducting a revival. St. Vincent ..' of last week. I ter-tn-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton hare against or eaid 'estate hi they the mar office .
offered a scholarship for next announce the arrival of a baby near his home in O'Brien. Mrs. to cJ I I My mother. Mrs. Maude Mott.';I Norman of Jacksonville. Also I of the county: judge of Bradford -
them home for a Happy advise that E. a
short visit year. This is quite an honor for girl, Susan Dianne, born last Fink Norman rendered music [Einiei Johns is steadily im- spent .Sunday with her mother, .i!visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Nor-I I house:County at Stxrke Florida, Florida.in the within cotirfc- S

Mr. and 'Mrs. James Bennett these boys and we certainly hope Wednesday, March 9, at St. Vincent's poring the worship hour in'the proving daily from his lengthy Mrs. J. M. Fralick and family ;I man's daughter and son-in-law eight calendar months from tbe

i and family of Jacksonville visited they will make good in their Hospital in Jacksonville.. absence of Mrs. Lamar Reddish, iliness. in Providence. Her brother.!Mr- and Mrs. Lamar Reddish of due notice.of Each the first claim publication or demand of must this

here undertaKing.. Joe and'Edgar have Employees of the Southern church pianist. Congregationalsinging Claude Fralick visited with us South Florida. l e :n writing and must state the a '
evening with Mr.Bennett's
Weekend 'guest of Mrs. Lois
both been standout performersfor Wood Preserving Plant enjoyed led by Chorister Russell Sunday afternoon. I| Mrs. Lois Cox and daughtersMarilyn place or residence and<< postofficeadd.'tM e abe
mother Mrs. Lonnie Cox was her daughter, Marilyn of the claimant and mutt
Lynn and sister Mrs. Mable Ben the Baldwin Indians for the another dinner here last Wednssday. Redding. We wish to thank! our from the University at Gaines- ', Mrs. Amanda Crosby and Mrs. I and Linda visited in sworn to by the claimant Ms
!act 4 I visitors for their anddope agent or his attorney or it will
nett. years and Marvin Wil- given for having no injuries presence visited with Mrs., Jacksonville Saturday.
were enroute home I iiJle. I tAjinie Kelly become void/. according to law.
from a visit In Valdosta Oa- liams was stalwart through 1957 in the plant over a 30 you will visit often. Re- KcllY'; aunt Mrs.. Bessie Sapp 1 Mrs. R. L. Reddish and her February ISth, 1960.
Banquet Friday Night Then he graduated. Coach Hub- I day period. The Methodist WSCS :uiember Training Union 'on. Sunday Regret to advise that two of of Raiford and Mr. and Mrs. sister-in-law. Mrs. Annie Kelly !si! Robert (t. Green .
bard Maroney and Edgar Wil-! was in charge of fixing the dinner evenings has been changed Mr..and Mrs. Arthur Redding'ssons ROBERT G. GREEN, a
The annual F. H. A. and F. F. Dinkins of Macclenny Sunday my mother Mjs. Maude I Administrator of,the Estate of a
:rums Sr. accompanied the boys ?:0m 630; p. m., to 7 p. m., making age 11 and:! 9 were injured I deceased. .-
I A banquet, honoring the lathers I. afternoon. and yours truly visited the Pauline Adam T- Green
',n the trip. I. Mr., and Mrs. Max Pike and the evening worship hour at in an. accident Saturday when southof l-rst; Publication on February .
and mothers will be held on : f 3 they fell from a truck. They are Weekend guests of the E. CJ! Collins Azalea Gardens 25th.: 1HO. a
Mrs G. baby m.Very
.C. Barrineau returnedto [ daughter returned last p.
Ftiday night, Baldwin Waldo last Tuesday. 2/25 4t 317IS
March 18 at their and daugh
; School Gym. her .home in Fruitland Park weekend from Ozark, Ala. where glad to report that Mr>. hospitalized in a Jacksonville Johns were son aa

Table Setting Contest Fiiday: to have the cast changedon Mr. Pike has been stationed with
her broken foot before retuning the U. S. Army. Mr. pike returned .
Misses June Custead, Jewell .
jl North and Bunnie Stokes were : here to stay awhile with : to Ozark and left Mrs. Pike, .

:n Jacksonville Monday after- her sick parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. who is in ill health, here for av.'hile. Il'j'

W. Pringle. Sr. She is now a patient in . "
noon and set up their table in -: .: ,:,. .-. -' ''' "
Mr. and Mrs. Eustis. Pringle of St. Vincent's Hospital. ;
the 6th Annual High School
table setting competition at the Jacksonville Beach visited with Sorry that J. D. Thomas has ,. II I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pringle. Sr. been quite ill and had to be tak- BridgePackage ,' .' .. : I
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t list week.Simplicity. en to the Duval Medical Centeron -L. .
',1 tables have been set up Fashion Show Saturday.W. -" :\,;\ ;,. ..
by contestants from 18 Duval -
Miss Marlene Biegkr stylist, L. Suggs is still a patient -, .' :
County High School Home Economic } .
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presented a fashion show at the 1 in St. Vincent's.Mrs. I .- _.'--4; : .. '
Classes. The winning ."::'(.,'.
I(Baldwin High School Gym last : .. W. A. Cannon of Palatka -
team will be chosen by popular
Thursday.: Students chosen to and Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastings I : '
vote from, the general public, so t" "
introduce and model 'the new visited last Wednesday with I
If you have not been in. pleasego : :
in today and Saturday and fashions for Spring were Misses Mr. and Mrs.. C. B. Nolan and ? !
Store ,
Wilda tit Whitehe. Gail Ryan. sons. :
vote to help these girls win.
Shirley Higginbotham, Bunnie Mrs. Nelle Rogers and Mrs.
Several of the parents of the
sixth grade students carried the Stokes, Mary Kilgore June Cus- Higgins of Jacksonville visited .

class to Marineland on Tuesday tead. Judy Deese. Linda Royston.I I Mrs. C. B. Nolan last Thursday. :
Jewell North, Shirley Swindle,' Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hig- .
sightseeing. i
The First Baptist Church Patsy Stratton, Matilda Higdon ginboham and family were recent .
I Edith Harris. Betty Sculley. Nen- weekend 'Isitors of their

Training 'Union enjoyed another na Noil. Ann Nobles, Shirley Wilkinson son-in-law and daughter. Mr. OPEN UNTIL
seating party to Riverview Skat- AND WILL
ing Rinks in Jacksonville Thursday Mary Jane McCraw, and Mr, Lenous Parker and j : "-: OPEN FOR BUSINESS

night. Dottie Key, Belva Lee Rowe, oaby in Tallaassee. ,' ,, .

Mr. and Mrs. Theo Taylor and Mary Jane Polley, Pam Lucas James Edward Higginbotham .

Mrs. Eula Rowe attended the and Shelby Oliver. Monday returned after to Quantico a 30 day, visit Va. with on ;: FURTHER NOTICE. TO MY MANY FRIENDS I WISH TO STATE I

United Food Stores Banquet at Mr: and Mrs. George deMedicis his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow .
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-BALDWIN' GLEANERS botham Mr.Higginbotham.and and Mrs.family Everett of Hawthorne Higgin- \'l:: THAT I WILL LET THE PUBLIC KNOW WHEN AND IF WE .

visited relatives here Sunday. ..
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Roy Pike,. son 'of Mrs. Grady -
Mrs. Joe Nettles, Manager Roberts, who has been stationed I : .
with the U S. Army in Ger- ';" I ILong

many, has arrived home on ._ .. .,, I
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At Baldwin! --on U. S. 301, South Jim Robertson's father Andiw ; ;
W. Robertson is out of the hos- -

Mrs. Harrell Bennett, Manager! pital and convalescing at his : :tJ't I

home in Cambridge, N. Y. .

OPEN 6 A.M. DAILY. -SERVING BREAKFAST We&iinghouse Dedication Store .
I Package
Dedication of the Westinghouse ? ,

Repair Plant was:,: held here last

Friday morning at 10 a. m. The I I .
:plant, which contains 22.000 feet I; I .

Special Plate Lunch -- SSc of working space and is valuedat ,

$650,000, opened for business : .jt :. IS 11 MILES WEST% OF STARKE ENROU1 TO LAKE BUTLER.
Meat-Vegetables-Salad-Dessert last November and now employs : .1 .
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Corn'Dtuf1ins or Hot Biscuits triple within the next 'year. A- ,, ...,6' -
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'.> '.Tea or Coffee the dedication services and dingier I I -. _. ',' :-I .. .. ,
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''''x;. the afternoon "Open House was lil ../ '. .

held for the general public. J. Ii I '. .:.:' : ., '
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I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I CHURCH OF GOD ]the children of this area. A the children living nearby;!! -i I medical treament. They both '5 ministers and private dtil.enJ
LATTER DAY SAINTS' Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- i word to the wise is sufficient! I' We regret that Miss Marie I Ir I are suffering with flu. at the meeting who took part in
Service eacn Sans in old mg.Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday i j Choir Director: Fred Dodd has Taylor is very ill. and is in a The majority of voters registered this discussion-
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun I I' *:lening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB ,wiled a special meeting of.the I hospital in Palatka.. We hope she I in this precinct [61 praise
CHURCH NEWS Jay School 11L m. Sacrament j'I Service Wednesday 7:45: p. m I choir for Thursday, Mar; 17 at will soon be able to return home I tIle action taken by the County
Service 1:30 p. m. Everyone welcome :|I Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m 7:30 p. m. All members are urgedto and to her work. Mr. and Mrs|Commissioners in the 4 to 1 vote RADIO
i i be present. L. K. Childs Mrs. Dan Loper! I jin rejecting the "straw vote" on .
rvy.v.vvvvvvnv..nvvwvBy :1 Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Searle were .and Mrs. Ben? Loper were among'Sunday sale of beer in this pre- f DEVOTIONALWRGR
I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH Ruth Grlffis I'rvisiting Lon' Chaney who is confined those visiting hen i c.nct. Especially we thank the.
i to the D of F-Medical Cen- Joe Kelsay has returned home
Presbyterian Church I FIRST. CIIR.STIAN CHURCHCor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn THERESSAfTYYYYTVTTYTYYTVTYTTTTT ter in Gainesville Friday.Mr. ,from Spain where he was stationed -: S I
Call & Christian Streets ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training i and Mrs. John Hammondtiad with the Air Force. He ECYIJRESSi : Speaker for Week of
Sunday Church School 9:45a. : j .Bob L Badjttt Minister Union. 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- as dinner guests Sunday I was: visiting his sistei Mrs. Dan I MAR. 14-19
'm. Morning Worship, 11 'a. m. I I-: ship 7:30: p. m. .. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hammond+Loper. Monday. i f GARDENS
The Mud Rain."! i REV.JACK MARRY
Comes with the
: Prayer
Meeting Wednesday HOPE
and ,
BAPTIST CHURCH : daughter Willow Ruth Forsjthe Mrs. H. F.' Cloversettle took her
Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Evening -I ICltl Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice 7:30 p. mPastor Sunday Sunday School 10 and granddaughter, De- son. Marshall and her father W. into di dm MyHJI 750; A..M.REVIVAL.
t Worship 7:30: p. m-, "Come 16 p jn. CYF p. m. Rev. Barney Sweat. I a. 'm., Morning mesage U a. m. Layne of Waldo and Mr. and C. Loser to Palatka Monday for _1M,.L11pUSp .
into His Presence with Singing." Wednesday 7:30 p. m. New Everyone Welcome. I Training Union 71 p. m. Evening I(f Mrs. Chester Searle and daughr It
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Women the Training! for Service.
Tuesday of
FENTECOSTAL: HOLINESS message 8 p. m. I I tar Jan of Crystal Lake.
Church meet 8 p. m. CHURCH Monday Bible Joy Club Mrs. Nelma Keene of Kingsley
Wednesday Mid-week Prayer I : to 5 p.- m. Lake visited Mrs. R. C., Dampler
aId Study Service. 7:30: p. m. LA WTEY, FLORIDA :BunxUy School, 11 a. m.; Morning Wednesday Prayer Meeting Sunday.Mr. I
FridayChoir practice 8 p. m. Sunday Sunday School 9:45: : Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic .
'30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p : and Mrs. Mac McCart
service 7::0 p. m.
a. m., Morning WorshIp 11 a. m., m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- former residents here 16 years
St. Mark's I Lpiscooal: Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting ; &crt. Choir director: Fred Dodd. I ago.. now living in Seattle Wash. .

Rev Kaymwjd C.!: MuBhL14 Wednesday Youth Fellowship MISSIONARY BAPTIST Invitation is extended to all 'are enjoying a Florida vacation. r r fJ
and Choir Practice. 7:30 p. who will join us for these ser- They were visiting Mrs.. Lacy
Sunday School 9:45: ..m. Morn-
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Sunday -9:45: a.m. vices. Wynn Wednesday and Thurs- THE
Church School; 11:00: a.m., Morn ng TVcrshlp 11 a.m. Evening At the monthly conference of .
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting day.Master
tog Prayer and Sermon. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN the Hope Baptist Church it was Ronnie Hall visited his '
Holy Communion-First' Sun. CIIURCII each Wednesday 730; p.m. Every.. \\oied to cal) Rev. .Paul Travis of grandmother Mrs. George Hill
day, 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, Sunday Bible SchOOl 10 a. one -welcome.. -Key. H. H. Mott, Calvary Baptist Church. Valdosta, at Keystone Heights Friday.Mr .

1:30 a.m. m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; pastor.St. Ga. to be the evangelist for revival ; and Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr. First Church
Wednesday-7:00: p.nu. Choir Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer Edward's Catholic Church services beginning Mar. 21 and children were dinner guests Baptist;
Practice 7:45: and
; p.nu Litany meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. : Starke, Florida at 7:30 p. m. through Mar 27. Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Emory .
Study. .'m. John W' Ite, pastor. It was also voted to start a renovation Brown and sons at Hampton.
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. program for the present Little Gerry and Ernie Triest. \
That's Our Business Holyday Masses fct 8:30: a. m. & ci.urch building with the idea of tons .of Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest
5:30 p. m.Weekday. eventually using it as an educa- Triest are excited these days as. -
If It's Glass We Have It! Mass at 8:00: a. m. tion building and building a new construction on a swimming poolis
CALL WRITE or VISIT Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8' sanctuary.:; well under way at their home.
o. m. Rev.. and Mrs. A. C. Feigert and They are looking forward to

Joe Peters Glass Co Baptisms. marriages and instructions Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gordon of plenty of swimming when the :" '...
by appointment. Park-of-the-Palms attended services weather is favorable. [Likewise.
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at Hope Church Sunday
evening Mrs. Feigert an" accom-
We Design Modern Store Fronts BAPTIST CHURCH I 3$
plished pianist rendered .special
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching I I I1lusie. I i WILLIAMSJEWELRY I 1 u ?

Table Tops 11 a.in. Training Union. 6:30: Thursday, Mar. 10, Rev. and I+ 1I I ., .
1313 NW. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353' p. m. Preaching 7:3: (? p. m. Prayer Mrs. Samuel Cuthbert attendedan .
tfeetlnff Wedresdav 7:30: p. m Open House luncheon given ,
Wednesday Bible: study, T'SO by Rev., and Mrs.. W. P. McElroy .
p. m.AIR. at the pastorium in Hampton. q
Attention School Children .
PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Boys and girls 'attending REPAIRSAll ;
Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; Morning I Hampton school and who may Work Guaranteed -. -,'\. :-.

Y Worship 11 a. m. Training be interested in a FREE week at ..,'; ,
A. C. Williams
Children's Bible Mission j .".
Union 6:45 p. m. :Evening Worship Camp -.
let us remind that 200 142 W. Call St. -J x xs '
8:00: p: m. Midweek Prayer you verses ,", :
Service of Scripture memorized will assure ie' .. .
SERVICE Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Starke, Fla. ;
[ Everyone welcome. you of a week at Camp. -; t
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I I Morning Sunday Worship School Jl";45 a. nu a. and m DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home DAILY I 10:00: A. M. 7:30: P. M.

ill _7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director .

Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev Starke Fla. Nursery Open All Services
1* YA"jMf George Chlfim pastor. Everybody I '
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