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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bradford: High's "Big Red" ing of a football player. I j In rapid succession, the follow-

Tornadoes never had it so good.as I Ellenson said there was nothingthe '''ing trophies and other Items of

1 f 1Yx they did: last Friday night. But !' matter with the younger gen- I recognition were presented:

A/ eration that "interested parents"couldn't I All Conference [silver footballs]
they had
earned it the hard way-
.
:
: r cure. In his many years I to: Allen Crews and Cecil Leach,
down to the last award.
j. of observation, he said, he had yet I tackles; Richard Dugger and Tom

Trophies fell like manna from to find a "bad apple" coming Smith, halfbacks; Sam Gardner
; .- / Heaven during the four-hour-long I from a home where parents took fullback; and Ronald Crawford

tanquet feteing the triumphant I I an interest in their children. He right guard.

Tornadoes in the high school declared the vast majority of KeystoneConference trophy,
+. m. 4t.I cafeteria last Friday night. It wasa I I trouble makers come from broken presented by BHS Principal H

.I tribute well-won, marking the t homes, or homes where parentsare B. Ingram to Tom Smith, captain,
I
team's first undefeated season, "just 'not interested. and Ronald Crawford and John

t 'f= st. and its fourth straight Keystone Bob McRae, president of the Miller, co-captains, for the team.

Conference Championship. Booster Club, the banquet hosts, Special Sportsmanship trophy

q 6 4, F A capacity crowd filled the got the gala night off to a good awarded annually by Dr. C. J.

cafeteria to help pay tribute to start by announcing that Tornado Houpt, went to John Miller, Tor

the triumphant 'Big Red" and: head coach Len Register had been nado center and defensive tackle.

: v4 hear UP defensive line coach tapped for the honor of coaching Times-Union trophy for con-
..
: : Gene Ellenson praise dependabilityand I the North team in the annual ference championship presentedby
: :
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s enthusiasm as the two most i Florida All-Star game to be played sportswriter Bob Price to the
important ingredients in the mak- I next August (Continued on Page -Four

I'J lUrea wim the r nappy coacn, tropny- Register, Ronald Crawford, Glenn iiarrell,

laden Tornado Seniors are ((1-r) : Marion Jim Malone, Neil Phillips, Allen Crews. Sen-

Cottle, Richard Dugger, Charles McLeod, iors not in picture are Sam Gardner, Cecil I

John Miller, Tom Smith, Coach Lennard Leach, and Johnny DeVore I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



No Pep Shown- !t Registerlapped


Cagers Win One Game; I Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Still riding the losing trail. Tornado :- after the first quarter and never All-Star CameLennard 1 i w. FOR CITY Edwin St. John

basketballers tasted victory relinquished it. The score stood .
only once in three times out dur- 30-26 at halftime the closest the s r To

ing the past week when they beat Pirates got to victory as the Tor- Register, BradfordHigh's Engineers Propose Found Victim Of

Fernandina 6249. nadoes strove toward their third head football mentor, has

Emory Eunice was Starkf-'s high win against eight losses. I been selected to coach the North j

point man in the lone victory I But the local capers, showing a .squad in the annual high school I $500,000 Sewer ProjectStarke's Carbon MonoxideEdwin
Saturday night in which he scor- noticeable lack of pep even to all-star I Y
game to be
played in
ed 17 points. Eunice was backed casual onlookers, never were in I } x ; -
I' Ocala in August.
up by Woody Strickland and 121' the game last Friday against Hilli- .! Register won the post in a run- a City Council agreed at i clear on just what the $500,000 cent, or $5,000 unless it decided, H. St. John, 43, former

Franklin Tomlinson who had ard, a small town which alwayshas off vote with W. B. Gorday of Ruby Johns Carl L. Johns a special meeting Tuesday nightto figure would include, stating thatit after looking over the report, to Starke resident, was found dead
points each. fine basketball
a team. When
I, Escambia High School IPensa- let their go ahead and apply for a loan. Wednesday after inhaling carbon
engineering company, was just a "ball park" figure.
The Tornadoes took the lead !i the deary night came to a close.
I for the Tornadoes the score stood colal), it was announced by Carey City Councilmen I Reynolds Smith and Hill of Jack- He did say, however, that it would Council Warned monoxide fumes from a car exhaust -

.at 54-28 in Hilliard's favor. McDonald, executive secretary of sonville draw up a .proposal for Include the sewer project on U. City Clerk Merrill. Edwards Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red-
Negro YomanCommits Starke's leading the Florida Athletic Coaches As To Talk Utilities additions to the city's sewer sys- S. 301 south which will cost warned the Council again Tuesday dish reported.
Emory
.Eunice and Marion scorers could I sociation. tem which might amount to halfa around $100,000.Dawkins night about long range spending Now residing in Ellenton, Fla.,
Cottle
only sink five points each, while The Starke coach announced I I i On Forum TonightThe million dollars, according to the also said that, in his programs which would commit all St. John had arrived in Starke

SuicideStarke's ;!Tom Allison had 16 markers forth yesterday that he had selected I company's figures. opinion, the city could afford a sources of the city's income for Tuesday for a visit with his par-
Hilliard five. Coaches Jack O'Brien of Orlando I operaticfnvor Starke's Utili- But The'move does not obligate I$500,000 bond issue if it could many years to c.)me. ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. S, St Johnat

In Tuesday night's contest with Boone, and Fred Hogan of Sea- ty Department will be the topic the city in any way Council operate on $99,000 Per year. Nine- "How can we afford to float their home on SR 100, South.

second suicide within Green Cove Springs the Torna breeze [Daytona' as his assist- for discussion on the Junior Chairman J. D. Doyle stated, but ty-nine thousand dollars, accord- another bond issue if we can't pay The body was found about 5
ants. Chamber of Commerce Radio our debts each month?" the clerk p. m. Wednesday by the victim's
just lets the ing to the engineer's
two weeks occured shortly after does again held the losing end engineering company figures, is
midnight Saturday, January 21, :!jof the stick as they went down to In the past four years Bradford Forum over Station WRGR tonight draw up a proposal of whatit what would be left each year for asked. Edwards stated that if allcurrent'ddbts brother, Richard St. John, in a

when a Negro woman shot her- ;j their eighth defeat of the season High has won four Keystone titles (Thursday) at 7:30;: o'clock.l considers to be the best thing the city to operate .on [to build were paid now the car parked under a large oak

self with a .22 caliber pistol at'!'I'166-39. Going into the second half I and has yet to lose a. conference Forum guests will include City for the city to do about expan- roads, pay salaries, install streetlights city would be operating $15,338.20cents' tree in the new section of Crosby

her home in Knight's" Quarters of the game against the Blue Devils game. Council members' Mrs. Ruby ding its sewer system. etcl:I after it paid all its In. the red. The. city's bank Lake Cemetery, about 300 yards
Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish the Tornadoes trailed three Register will oppose Jerry Jackson Johns, chairman of the city utili; "The $500,000is just a figure debts. i balance is only $34.139.16. the off SR 100. A hose had been run

stated. points but failed,, to come.throughwith by II of Brandon, ,who ,was ,namedto ties committee, and Carl LaMar the engineer [M. E. Dawkinsl Engineering Report cleik said, compared with, bills from the car's exhaust, through

The woman, Rachael Kettles, a winning effort scoring only coach the South'team. Johns, utilities committee mem- grabbed 'out of the air," Chair-: EnglneejrPwWnsals6safd'that totaling.$49,477.Sayings the trunk and into the rear seat,
I The game is played each Augustin ber. Panel l members are: Hugh the. } that he did not want Reddish said, apparently some
,
about 35, died shortly after she 15 points the second half of play I II man Doyle said Wednesday afternoon eeond step" in the proposed
connection with the annual Ingram, principal of BHS, mod- r holler before. being bitten," the time Tuesday.
fired Doyle said the Council is program would, be for his
a single bullet Into her right I and just five points in the final company
chest, Reddish stated. She carried quarter. FACA clinic'at the University of erator; Fred Snell, Starke Jay- mainly interested in enlarging to -draw .up an engineering clerk also raised i the question, Besides his parents, Mr. St.
Florida. cee president; Bob Williams, ;"What'would the city do with all John Is survived his wife
out the tragic incident while lyingon Jim Willis led the Blue Devils' three trunk lines leading to the repOrt.-,This will .done.he said by Au-
chairman Radio Forum and Har- its income .'obligated for manyyears drey St. John of Ellenton
; two
the bed in her bedroom in the winning effort with 17 markers disposal plant and in adding a only ,1f-he council approves thecompany' ;
Park ry Green; Radio Forum committee. and a depression came along daughters, Susan, of Starke, and
Director
"Old Big House" where she lived I I while Dewey McKinney had 11 Goes' trickling filter system to the pres- & proposal for the new. "
;and income was cut? Carolyn of Ellenton Edwin
one son
ent unit. These additions, the system ;
with her mother
Maggie Murphy. points for Starke and Franklin
Two children of; the family were.,:i Nasvorth and Franklin Tomlinson i To Fort PickensRobert This forum is the first in a chairman said, would put thecity's The report,Dawkins said, would As an' alternative to a big loan, H., Jr., of Lake Winott near
series of subsequent radio pro- spell out item Edwards reminded the Council of Melrose; one stepdaughter, Linda
system in by item what wouldgo
sewage "goodshape"
on the bed when the woman shot had I eight each. Baylor director Gold
I ,
of grams on the operation oftarke's an agreement ,with the Florida. Silcox, and three
stepsons,
Larry
herself, Reddish said. I Making only 17 field goal attempts Head Branch State Park for the next 25 to 30 into the project and the esti- ,
near city government. years. mated cost of each item, includingan Bank by which the city can bor- Randy, and Gary Silco*. all of
The deputy also said that the
several entire game in their Keystone Heights, has been transferred $40,000 every 16 months. The
members of the family losing effort "Such a package,""Doyle said, earnings projection for the row [Continued on Page Two]
were against the Blue Devils to Fort Pickens State Park Draft Board To agreement made he said
was ,
in the adjoining room at the the Tornadoes made good 13 near Pensacola, effective Jan. 20, speaking of the trunk lines and city over the years to come.
when the city
borrowed that
time of death, which was fixed at of these for a shooting percentageof according to an announcement by I Be Closed MondayLocal filter system, "Would cost the The federal government, from mount -to pave streets recently a-, Starling Given *
12:55: a. m. 78. the best they have done so 'the Florida Park Service. city around $200,000. whom Dawkins proposes the city
The victim was the wife of Wil- far this season. Zane DeLoach is the new di- Board No. 18 Selective "The city doesn't want a $500- borrow the funds, will advanceone and has an agreement to keep Five Years For
i i| Service will be closed all day Monday 000 indebtedness now and abso- per cent of proposed loan to borrowing money in $40,000 lots
lard Kettles who is in the Brad Baby TornadoesIn rector of Gold Head, having been |
ford County Jail now awaiting. contrast with the varsity i: transferred there from Jonathan Jan. 30. The clerk, Mrs. Rho- lutely doesn't need it," the chair I make the suggested survey he every few months. Child
I da Dampier, will be attending a stated .said. The city, he declared would Instead of revamping the sewer MolestingJames
,
[Continued on Page Four I [Continued on Page Four] :, Dickinson State Park. I man emphatically.. I
meeting in Tallahassee. The engineer, Dawkins wasn't;not have to pay back the one per [Continued on Page Four]

Alfred Starling, 24, of

'-", \ ", Carrying Phosphate Lawtey, is serving a five-year
.a. sentence in the State Prison for

xp ..,. ",,,,. child molesting. .
-1IiE "'I!
.'_ 'It '" 17 Railroad Cars He had been charged.. iOn two
_, i counts of rape by a Bradford

County grand jury, but was allowed
3 to plead guilty to the less-
." Derailed In LawteyA er charge of child molesting.

g Circuit Judge George I>Patten,

.. who sentenced Starling on January
k. r ti broken "journal",, or axle, when he saw a danger light flash] 13, said, that the rape char-

,\ ,!t.i_ caused 17 cars of a northbound on the switchboard signaling an ges were discontinued.
S ;# .c
c 1aF Seaboard AhLine Railroad)obstruction on the line. Starling, an ex-serviceman who
s .A freight train to be derailed about' had been employed at Camp
Most of the cars were loaded
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r 4 a. m. last Saturday just north ready treated with sulphuric acidready Blanding, had been charged with
.'- of Lawtey, the
treated with sulphric acid: rape of a 12-year-old Starke
''. H'.s' No injuries were reported, but to make it available to land. A;girl In October. While free under

r ,; traffic on three lines was halted I tail section of 11 cars did not leave I$1,000 bond In that case, he was

R ,. while workmen cleared the twist- the track. j I arrested two weeks later and
4 x )_ ed rails of damaged box cars and Bulldozers and other heavy charged I with the rape of a 20.

::1 ...", .-" debris. equipment was sent from Jacksonville year-old Starke woman, the
jJ'i''''''' mother of three children. E
The'
train's engineer didn't no- and the railroad yardsat
"" ,, ;: i'-. -.II::, tice the breakdown, which occur- Wildwood to clear the wreck The woman stated that Starling

C", .. t"> .. _-:;";> '!. ".- red at the 88th car of a 115 car age, and service was resumed by picked her up from work to take
... "d .' '.t- "" ." her home, but instead drove to
: ii > : .' :... train, and continued: on his way. Saturday night.In .
.. it the country, held a gunon her;
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.. notified him something[ was wrong [Continued on Page Four] forced her to disrobe and attacked
i I Workmen are shown taking spikes out of trackin

preparation for new track to be laid. Approximately ... '.. .. .1- ,_.>:, ; ,. .. ..' "'''''-....,..,.P
; ,. r. her.Keystone
Social Security t ::: "'0 'Iia'
-1.
a quarter mile of track had to be replaced.The ,'-,_ 0 .._( .. "..-...,. ...:. D"0. :J. "" .:: .;o.K., Man
: .
I bottom side of a phosphate car is seen / -","..... .. ;.,:...'o'
Meeting ._ '. .
i staring at the sky with a section of rail bent almost >' _! Is Recovering
l I ." c;): .
double sticking from under it. Workmen PR ""
Friday, Jan. 27 I : ., ', II r
I are removing all debris small enough to be lifted Po -- ,-..-. After Gun Mishap
7:30 O'clock .
i by manpower alone. Huge cranes and bulldozers X' ," I I t

CourthouseSponsored : lifted the cars off the tracks. -I-- Ii I Alvin Tyler, 29, of near Keystone

Mayor W. T. (Billy) Jackson is shown watching i Heights, was reported

by I his bulldozer lift a set of wheels thrown loosein good condition at Alachua General

Bradford Farm Bureau the wreck out of the8)> Jackson just happened fl. __ __ Hospital Thursday morning after
I accidentally shooting himself In
to have his 'dozer' in Lawtey at the time _
Everyone Invited I the chest with a .22 calibre rifle
'TS _
of the wreck and as a result got one of the first r _
late Wednesday.
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I cracks! at buying the phosphate carried in the Tyler, who is employed on the
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This Space Contributed I' wrecked cars. Some of the phosphate spilled from y i ys- q F e .Xyn. Gus ,Alderman chicken farm and

Weekly to Publicize the cars and can be seen on the ground. 3't cgi __ resides at the west end of Lake

Community Events by The cast side of the tracks were damaged comparatively Geneva Is reported to have returned -

little but the west tracks, on left, suffered ? a home from hunting and
placed his gun on the bed. Sheriff
THE COMMUNITY considerable more damage. Bent track can
John Hall of Green cove Springs
be observed in this photo with railroad cars resting
STATE BANK said Tyler apparently'forgot the
across it. The upright car at the extreme left
still loaded and
gun was it discharged
.-OF STARKE was left r.tand1n1th only the front .wheelsderailed. while he was putting'it

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Mrs. J.:P. bill returned on Sun- frJ"-1 -. 4 -
day after two weeks' visit with ILdwin 1 1I.SLi Jot{ ( GirI1 d I day> : Spanish Club Dance

her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. j' ;tra Injured 1 I 6:45 p. m.-Seniors vs Professors Event Of Friday

and: Mrs. Oscar Hendrix and new ;
.
i I'V. N'-/ 8:00"p.: m.-Junior vs Keystone I
baby son, Michiel, in Statesboro, ICWll .m naS In Tuesday 9:00: p. m.Presb"terian5: ; The BHS Spanish Club Is sponsoring -
Ga. '
:I T" '. '",.. ., y Lawtey a dance at 9 p." m.1;Friday
I' .
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller i ,
IN 7'Mt 1s had a family dinner party Monday [ from.Page. +t One] I I:'Auto Schedule for Thursday, Feb. 2. the 1. basketball the USO,game.Building'fo- l \\ing

evening at their home celebrating Ellen ton two brothers I Mishap I 6:45
; Richard, p. m.-Seniors vs Lawte
Admission will 35 cents stag
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l -- the birthdays of Mrs. of Starke, :and Steve; of Braden-i 8:00: p. m.-Keystone vs. Pres- |I and 50 cents drag. Students from
Shaller's: Bill ton' ; and three sisters :Mrs., Alice' Property damage of I
Mrs. 1 I son Tilley, and around Jl byterian
twelve
G. W. Lamar of Quincy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clover- j s j! grades se\"elf'.through are
I Ernst of F a> $1,000 and serious )
was a weekend guest of Mrs. J. daughter: Mrs. Jim Godwin. I St Augustine; Mrs: ;Z injuries to an 9:00: p. m.-Professors vs Ju- invited Mr Peter Fresneda spon-
M. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. settle of Tampa were weekend J*I 'Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns:J;El anor'Palmas,.of'Kathleen' ; and 18-year-old girl resulted from an | ;niors. : sor of the clubannounced.

Lester Crews. | guests of Mr. and Mrs P. D. have bought the Joe Arnold home ion Irs. .Ruth Chrisiiano, Darien automobile accident on U. S. 301 j
They had visitor
last Friday Stuart Pomeroy as of i Fancher.Mr. Redgrave Street and moved i, Conn. "- South_ early Tuesday: afternoon. I I .-- .,- .
Tampa. there recently. I'! Mr. .St. John was born in New -fi The accident occurred in a
and Mrs. Joseph Bakken,
Rev. John ,;i Buy the Best for Less at MeC ,, Conn. and moved to) drizzling rain as Johnny Wells,
Pearce has moved '
from Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. j Griff GE Appliances. I I I Starke with his parents more than I Ii I Ii driving. an Ace Electric Co. truck, ',
pital to the Bradford County Hos Bakken Sr. visited St. Augustine I)I Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Cobb of !i i 20'years ago. He was a veteran| was making a left hand turn into TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Tyus Convalescent Home.
and Marineland .i ;. !
Mrs. A. E. on Sunday. |i I Baldwin were Sunday visitors of ': of World, War II and was em- i j I the d'riveway{ at Lavern Outlaw's .
McKinney the
spent
weekend in Palatka with Mrs. J. j t I|i the Home mid-semester this week break from FSU for I':'i Dl r. and Mrs. Guy Sale. I i ployed! as a mechanic ,by Ryder j home., A 1961 Volkswagen station I

O, MiUican and Mrs. W. J. Grif-I Barbara are Misses j I Mrs. Virginia Grazier of '|Truck Rental Service. He ,was a I II A wagon driven by Robert Richard I
inn and Nancy Bates :i||.!Gainesville attended the Bradford !!I M Bacon, 34, of Milwaukee, Wis., also !
Flora Slade I
Fresh Garden Seed for Spring Katherine Patsy Nichols Mary ,County Library Board meeting at : Funeral services will be held traveling south and apparently I

planting. At Sistrunks Wainwright Brenda the home of Mrs. Junius Smith (I in Jones Memorial .Chapel, with' attempting to pass the truck at
Miss : Lewis, Mary Agnes Matthews, last Thursday afternoon. I! burial in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Nancy Bates the time, collided with Wells,
Elizabeth Lawson and I
Jean Mundy. and Linda Kay Sale. '"Time of service has overturning the
not truck
Miss Mrs. Pat Cauffman and Mrs. been an- and dama
Jean Voight of West Palm
Also Glen Tomlinson.
Bubba LaJ J
i Lola Garbett attended the National nounced. To Receive ging both cars extensively.
Beach were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M ee, and Jerome Edwards. i
I j Credit Exchange meeting Bacon escaped with minor cuts
H. .A. Lawson over the weekend.
Mrs. Fred Leonhard fell in the Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn i!Jin: Gainesville last Friday even- Winners Of Cage College Degree and bruises, but his sister Rita,
and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shatter! ,: was .
hospitalized with
yard last Wednesday and broke were in Williston mg' j i a possible 1961
visiting ORSan- j 'Contest Announced FALCON TUDOR
; fractured
her left I Armour Fertilizer for garden: skull lacerations of
armMrs. Hiss
day. w Nancy Bates Valedictorian t;
: and field planting: At Sistrunks. ; i I i face, head eyebrow, and elbow,
O. W. of Brooker is '
Barry Seed Potatoes At Sistrunks. j' Mike Hewett and Gregg Reddish -i of BHS's Class of 1958, will receive -t'and possible internal ,' tt
Mrs. Virginia McGuire of Jack- j injuries.
visiting her daughter. Mrs. J. E- Those from out of town attend- : walked off with high honors.I her,B.S. degree in Business I I Cpl. Carlos'
sonville Musgrove, State
spent the weekend with
Hardy and family this week. The ing the funeral of C. Y. Copelandlast I i in the basketball contests spdn-: Education at commencement ex-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Errol I l. Trooper investigating the accident -
Hardys also had as Sunday visit- Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. |'' sored'By the Recreation Department ercises at Florida State University I said that Wells had SEDANS .
Alvarez. She will leave by plane i I, no signal -
ors Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of I Howard Bradberry John Brad- Ill. last week. Both Mike, who I Tallahassee, this Saturday.In I .lights on his car and
for ChIcago. next weekend to ; gave no
Jacksonville. ,berry, Mrs. R. W. McLeod Carl [ competed in the 8-10 year old addition to graduating early 1 1I I hand signal, since the window
attend a convention as representative !'j
Mis. L. N. Sigman of Social McLeod Mrs. H. J. Hitt, J. Copeland ; class, and Gregg, in the 11-12 year j i with a B-plus grade average, she I was rolled due to the rain. He i
for the Curtis Circulating I up
Circle, Ga is visiting her sister and children Sandra old took first was active in extra-curricular ; (
Guy, Co. I group place in' all ac-, said iit also appeared .that Bacon I Imigjit
Mrs. W. G. Haile for several and Gene Cop lan all of ,Alabama -' three events held. tivities and was treasurer of Kpppa j have been faster' S
Larry Wright of radio station, I driving |
weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. ;James Sullivan I I'I Bobby White'almost edged Reddish Delta social, sorority, anti aI than The should. No
I I WRGR Is moving to Cocoa on' charges were
Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn. Jr. and family of Williston, Mr. I,I out for first in lay-up shoot- member of Fashion Institute. Active ". preferred. I 1

and Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Jr. and Mrs. Roy,Crenshaw, and Mr. Saturday there.mm.r to. work at a radio station j Ing when they tied in' regular{I in student government as a I Musgrove. 'j said that Wells still!,

and families spent- the weekend in I and Mrs. G. W. Bass and daughter cIAXVMLE 1tion. A.stioot-aff was held Junior Counselor in Jennine Mur- soM a'hat "shook up" from the I!

the Scrub. of Gainesville, and Mr. and YYTYTTI m and again the boys came out with phee Hall and as a member of, spill,\ but otherwise unhurt, declared -:
Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty Mrs. N. C. Dixon of Archer. an equal number of shots. On the FSU Speakers' Bureau, Miss : "I 'don't see where that
were in Lakeland, Ga. over the Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and Bates also served editor the I *
second shoot-off, Bobby was edg- ; as on little thing came from." 1cify j
weekend visiting Mrs. M. F. John Simpson have returned from I t : I I ed out by one shot. TallyHo annual: staff during her j

Chitty who is seriously ill in Me- Washington, D. C., where they I I Following are the complete results sophomore year. I
" morial Hospital there. I attended the inauguration ceremonies i I By Sire C. B. Nolan of the contests with the Nancy was tapped to the 'na Teams Win I

Hallmark Valentines now on last week. Mr. Andrewshad winners listed in order as they tional -business education honorary

display at Bullington's Studio and the misfortune to break harm is 6 AAAAA4AAALAAAa/UA&& 11. finished: ,. Pi Omega Pi, when she wasa In Basketball :

Gift Shop. while away, when he slipped We are sorry to learn that Lay-up Shooting sophomore and was ,presidentin 1

Miss Judy Meyers of Miami and :and fell on one of Washington's.licy I. Frank Wellhausen is ill and a patient I I!:I Mites-Mike' Hewett, Tommy her Junior year. Daring that In the opening game of the City

Jerome Edwards: both students of street I in the 'Riverside Clinic in !!I Chastain, Max Shawv'er. year the chapter, with only 10 Basketball l League season Monday
night in the school ON GAS -
high the
OIL
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews of Jacksonville. II I gym
Midgets members
FSU, will spent the weekend with -Greg Reddish, Bobby undergraduate placed]1 Professors s
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. i Gainesville were weekend guests Mrs. Bonnie Higginbotham I is 1 White, Dale Crosby. fourth' out of 100 chapters in the] Presbyterians and ::

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards of Mr. and: Mrs. Wesley Andrews.I I suffering from a sprained vertebrae ) Juniors-Gary Cole, James I U. S. for their work. She was al-i I i'., with Keystone victories.Heights came out on top / V INSURANCE -
Misses Betty Jean Schmitt and in her back which she sut- 1' ]
and Mrs. Leah S. Bauknight of : Manning, Johnny Westfall. so recently tapped for member- .!I
Jacksonville were weekend guestsof i Frances Landrum of Florida fered Monday while moving fur Foul Shooting ship in Kappa Delta Pi, the high- !t j The Professors staved off a REPAIRS-

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth Southern University are home for niture in her home. Mites Alike Hewett, Tommy est education honorary.: j I 1 Law ey rally in the last few min- -

and Miss Kate Struth. a week between semesters. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bradshawof Chastain, Max Shawver. : Nancy is the daughter of Mr. ;: utes- to win 29-26 behind EdgarjAkrjdgp's PARTS

Attending the Junior Day of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stricklandand I Jacksonville visited Mr. and ; 'Midgets-Gregg Reddish, Ronnie and Mrs H. Ogden Bates of the I| 15 and Tal Mullis's 8
poiri s.-
the Florida Federation oWoman's t Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayeswere Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and son Tomlinson, Wayne Blanken- State Farm. She and her family'will ;|'i i High for Lawtey were
I visiting friends in OcalaWednesday last Friday night. ship be entertained at a luncheon i I Johimy' Bates and Terry Futch

Hotel in Clubs Jacksonville at the Rcosevelt Thursdayare I.II evening. I Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish were Juniors-Don Griffis, Johnny for graduating KD's given by her: I i i with the 10 and 6 respectively. j LIMITED OFF iR WHILE THEY

Mrs. John Torode Mrs. G. A.I Mr. and Mrs. George Snell en visitors in Jacksonville last Thurs Westfall, Gary Cole. sorority housemother on Satur- ; Presbyterians led by DeanAcker's J

Ewing, Mrs. W. Hal Hand. Mrs. tertained at two tables of bridge day.Mr. Dribbling day. The graduates will also be[' 15 and Tom Hardin'spoints 7
last and Mrs. Dan Parrish visited beat the Juniors, 30-15. For H LAST
Mites-Mike
W. J. Brown Mrs. A. L- Aber- Friday evening. Hewett, Tommy honored with a dirtier(( Saturday' ,
crombie. Mrs. J. D. Warren Mrs. Fred Vining of Stockton, Ga. is in Starke last Friday and on Chastain Max Shawver. night at the Silver Slipper in Tallahassee. 'm the Juniors, Stanley Clark with ,

Pat Cauffman Miss Betty Jane I 1 visitin!? Mr. and Mrs. L- D. Vining t their 'way home stopped for a Midgets-Greg Reddish, Dale } i i 5, and Curtis McGee with 4 points :

Morgan, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and!I this week. visit with Mr. and 'Mrs. OwenAnders Crosby, Wayne Blankenship. were the leaders. j I SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE
CARD OF THANKS Keystone won over the Seniors
Mrs. Shi Smith and daughter. in Lawtey. I
Juniors-Johnny
Mrs. R. SMullms.. :i Westfall, Don
Corn, beans etc for garden Linda, made a business trip to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbot Griffis Gary Cole. Our heartfelt thanks to all who 3915.ith Calvin Osteen and I II

and field planting At Sbtrunks. :OUando on Wednesday. ham and children of Lawtey spent extended comforting sympathy I Tommy Provost pouring in 14 and ; Your Authorized Ford Dealerin
I and help in our recent sorrow 'j, 10 points respectively. High in i
Foster Shi Smith was in Tallahassee 1 last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. t (
-, and Mrs. J. D. Padgett vas For the beautiful service, floral: the' Seniors' attack were Bill .
/ ",, : on business Wednesday ]Buford Higginbotham.Mr. ited Frank
'- I and Thursday. and Mrs. Franklin Bell Riverside Clinic Wellhausen .at the offerings'. -lead: other kindnesseswe POvellith 6, and Johnny De- Bradford County
in. Jacksonville]] Yre3eeply grateful. The Family Vore, 5. I
Hallmark Valentines) .now, ,on have named their new son, Willianf Sunda I I
Florida 'I I display at Bullinftdn's Studio and .Tiofuas5.11 ltanaffie'baby _- T !.A ,of, C. J. Copeland: .. Schedule! ?. for tonight (Thurs- .I

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Gift Shop. !l are getting*along nicely, I. '

I J. S. Speer of Dahlonega, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond: Kilgore

was a weekend visitor of 'Mr. and and family and Mr. and Mrs. W.

I Mrs. H. L. Speer. S.'.Brosky,and'family attended the 'SHEPHERD'S

TheatreSAT. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Baldwin girl's basketball game in ; ,

and daughter. Kathleen, attendedthe Ocala last Friday night.

funeral of: an uncle WilliamM. We are sorry to learn that Mrs.

Goethe, in Palatka on Mon J. D. Padgett and her daughter
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JAN. 28 day. have been ill, and wish them a
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Double Feature Program1st. Jennings D. Cottrell, Jr. of j i speedy recovery, aI

FeatureCartoon I Eustis was an overnight guest Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kilgore

i i Tuesday of Mr. and: Mrs. W. B.I 1.1 I! and family spent last weekend

AT"-, I Sewell- The Sewells also have as with ,relatives in Brooksville and '
S1E .
,',!y.f. ;-_.. a guest Mrs. Claude Crocker of (Tampa. 1 I

:k! :: Ba ON {j I Miami, Thursday and Friday. Kelley Mize is on a 10 day tour A' i I :

2nd. Feature i i Miss Shi Ann Smith of Roanokei of duty !in Cuba with the U. S.

i I College. Salem, Va. is home thisI ,Navy.We
week between semesters. are glad that John Watersis ,,
1f'10URNEY 1 TO THE CEHT E R I: Mrs. Jack Galtneau of Memphis, improving, though still a patient kr

-1 Of l"E'EARTH ,Tenn. recently visited her aunt, in the Baptist Hospital In
., i Mrs. W. H. Nollman. in Bradford Jacksonville.
.di c j I County Hospital. Basketball r -

l l t' : Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Mrs. P. D. ; On Tuesday, Jan. 17, the Bald- !

r Reddish were in Pensacola Thursday win Girls and Boys basketball I t.

i! to Monday visiting relatives teams took on the Baker County

: and attending exercises at the Wildcats. The girls downed Baker ,
Truant
: Student ,
Pensacola Naval Air Station, 54 to 30. Diane Griner hit the bas- !

i i where Kenneth Tyus was commissioned | ket for 30 points, with Irisi Hig- ::i ,

SUN. MOTUES.. an ensign on Friday. I ginbotham adding 7 points. Mary

JAN. 29-30-31 Seed, Watermelon, Squash, cucumber ,- '['Kilgore and Barbara 5mith'meshed

,, .? i' 'I okra. At Sistrunks. I I The the starting net for guards six points were Peggy each I

Mrs. H. A. Durden of Jacksonville t
'ih b iii Smith. Patty Parrish. and Bunnie
: Beach was visiting Mr. and
i I Mrs. J. H. Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. Stokes. AA.J4 W ::.w c :
d The Baker Wildcats downed the =__ n
rr1aa S R. Johns last Friday. She
\i Baldwin boys 59 to 45. SteveAdams
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brought home Mrs. A. A. Durden,
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was high pointer for Bald-
I who has been visiting her for ,.
I several weeks. win.On
GO.iOUNDi'CINEMAScOpe[ : Miss Dorothy Alvarez uncle/- Friday night, Jan. 20, the I I;

[ went surgery Tuesday at Bradford girls team traveled to Ocala: to '

COLOR jy DE LUXE I, County Hospital. Her mother. play the Ocala High girls. Diane IN I. 9, TU E =__ u 1*

Mrs. Ralph Alvarez of Boynton Griner poured in 41 points to aid OVERAartAG.12 =_ pr .

Cartoon: French Rarebit I Beach, is here during her daugter's j. the Baldwin Lassies to win 49 to -I j 'V ..
31. Donna Fouraker added 5 =
confinement and is staying[ '1 I
'with a sister, Mrs M. H. Lang. points and Mary Kilgore hit the !II U VIEWABLE ,' f ( Amazing "New Vista" Tuner- :
WED. THUUS., & FRI. I' PICTURE _r- !: ./ .
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and basket for 3. We are all very S ,, ;" revolutionary TV advanceI ..
FEB. 1,2,3 j son and Mrs. A. T. Gerle of Jack proud of the girls team. :! .- gives best picture yet .

son"ille"isited Mrs. L. S. Hutto The Varsity boys traveled to' St,. a _d i ." from hard-to-get stations, 1

N1ACAtt .r !and family on Saturday. Augustine Friday night to play 4 '1 4 s dramatically improves reception
s, DEIdC /. St. Joe. They were defeated 41 to .
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl C, F- Jamesof =
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A80L1CALI
Wakefield, R. I. are visiting 36. Steve Adams meshed the basket _

UN EARTHLY! ; j Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae for for 19 points to be high'point $ .

several days.EVERYTHING. er for Baldwin: ,
M EM noun I _
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GEORGE- SANDERS ,.. REDUCED: b Ic. On Friday night of this week, :

Griff GE Appliances.Mr. the Varsity and "B" string :boys 'p

BARBARA SHEIIIEY. BA and Mrs M. C. Wells. Mrs. will play Baldwin here. ,The girls S The JAUNTY S ris'191-AER-20
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Carolyn Redgrave and s n'will play Ocala High here. It '
and should be a great game. Let's go Beautiful new "Sporttbiut" full-picture TV, s i
Wayne, Mrs. L. S, Hutto
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with New Vista"
Tuner end
spent. Sunday in St. Augustine. out and support our teams. Big 172 square inches of} picture Remote--Control. 1 1

I Earl B. Searingis convalescing The Baldwin "B" boys also more to enjoy! corner to corner, with. '

''at home after being confined in played in St. AugUstine'Friday no wasted picture. at edges! 0 I A V'l, Y .
Memorial night. They jumped off to an 'J :' 7
Baptist Hospital following '
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l a stroke. early lead against St. Joe, but dm ; r ... ,. .
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Cartoon: The 'Riverter to their cold shooting in the sec- ; >i- ': .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby ofI theMostTrustedNa. e TCe'f! : .
ond half, St Joe went on to win 88
SATURIiAMORNING I Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and: MM, CMMUHM 01 AMCIUMENJOY .. ', Changes channels: controls (
Harold
FIRST
OUR Y the game 23 to 21. Four- '
| Mrs. R. O. Dansby on Sunday., i aker ,and Robert .Simmons were J ,. 1 '- picture and sound, turns z II'l! \

SHOW FOR 1961 Mr, and Mrs. H. K. Davis and: high pointers for Baldwin with \ I" power completely off-all .
Miss Ginger Thornton were visiting -' AND ALL THESE RCA from your easy chair! '
BEGINS SAT. FEB. 4, 10:00 in Lake 'Wales and WinHaven ter points each.Tuesday ,, aT aTt : ..
night, Jan. 31, the '

AIM .. BIG on SALE Sunday.NOW. McGriff GEAppliances Springs teams will at Baldwin.play Green Plan to Cove.at- $VICTOR PERFORMANCE FEATURES! '::' ; ; ; : S :

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V V; -::-,.),...;: i,: Alm / This Yeari

Miami, Beach "..,' "i i I
Graduation
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I ;'f ,,;':'-:. ', I I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly an-
Dr. ,and Mr Calvin J. Houpt i ncunced this week that taxes
four-day JOT camp ] Lee-, Henry Thornton Herb Nelson I
left Saturday fora assembly 1.1 ', 1 i I i have
; I rith the ( amounting tq $214,541.79
'of the American Osteopathici : Bill Phillips and Tommy
I far this with
t beds and ; !' been paid so year
.4 lidyi loot", Associational Na'tional convention ,. Bounty Ag Brown.I 'I discounts .given for early payment -
-- -_-- -- -- _:_ __""II. M..,., .. .... _J_ and teaching seminar at I It ; Iw !| Managers Dan Dodd, Robert 1, totaling $11,253.41.
t Deaiiyille and Carillon Hotels V ; IVw resterday, : I! Han Gary Cole.

[Parish House ,-Jan :Mundorff V In the Miami Beach.Dr..Hpupt.is I near signated \; Varsity cheerleaders Kay coming Kelly in said much again slower that taxes than last are
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) trustee from the ; Dennis. Susan Slade, Janet Nichols -
: a : '
To residents have until -
'F Speaks laborers. year. County
Attractive '--
orUDCdub.Tea State of ,Florida arid will attend I Geraldine Gay, Barbara
( Garden ClubJan seni Blankenship Betty Lou Wainwright April 1 to pay up without a
the .four My teaching
.1.1i. riar.1 bring :a '. penalty the collector said. A two
3 Mrs! Houpt! :vice-president- ." : Donna Trawick *nd Sally per cent discount will be given

i.,Redt! and white camellias were I iluhdorff talked on'no* r Auxiliary, Is a delegate 'from the I January } Ann Epperson. Alternates Patty through January he said and a

.Used to advantage in attractive! arrangements at the Starke Gar- State'of Florida and is' serving jreens.. Lyons, Diane Colson, Carolyn one per cent discount can be obtained -

irrahgements to decorate S t.4 jen Club meeting Monday night th 'National convention! as chair-: I .,' luring, i Pejlum.Hihhs. : in February.The .

[warts Parish HOUe ThursdayI j it the home of Mrs. A. Russel man.of the Courtesy Resolutions greens 1 annual county tax sale will
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t:Norman, with Mrs.'T- B. Hardirijis accessary .
I afternoon of last week when the c mmitteeBarbara FoundDead
I : I be held in May Kelly stated.
,_....... January.
cohostess.Mrs. .
W. % Week.s.chapt r United j: V
;] ; ..
.Daughters of the Confederacy, : M.V F. .Hazen, president BlankenshipNew 'r" I .
In Home
meeting and Sacred ,Music Racing Auditor
the
Entertained at, a lovely'con e et* 1'1 presided over Only.

ate .tea- on the birthday! 'of S.Robert. ; 11 Wiis .Clara. Le man gave the dirotlonal. President ..OfWorld To Be Heard At : George A. Hibbs, 73. died Wednesday Guest Of Rotary

,E. Cee. f. .:;Mrs. P. T. Nolin, f1owihow' Y-Outh.-Group I 8 ; Jan. 18, as the result of

; ''The attractively appointed', tea :; chairman, announced her i Methodist Church a heart condition at his home on I, W. E. Torode III. an auditor

covered with.an..tplport- jommittee for the show whicf will : with the State Racing Commission .
table' was Miss Barbara ,.Blankenship Sales of ; new Blanding Road. east of
: Rev."and Mrs. Charles Sheppard .
!tutwork: cloth 'and centered 'w111'be.held. April 22-23 be {Installed president; of the are 'going Searke. Mr. Hibbs a retired upholsterer was guest speaker at the

11 a' long, low arrangement ofJ I Miss Dorothy Ross, program: conference, at, the World.Youth of.. Wilmore Ky. will present a : ; lived alone and his ,
He described
Collector : Rotary Club Wednesday. -
: centered 'Chairman, Introduced ,the speak; I program 'of sacred musicat, 7:30p ; ,, ,
and: white camellias I' meeting at the First ChristianChurchinJacjbohvineheld ,week, < death was not discovered until
jr. ''who. is agraduate of 3HSplgethorpe .m.. Friday, Jeb. 3, in the'FirSt' : the mechanics wherebythe
Ibyjsix red burning -takers.: 'Silver f'j j I ; ;; :! ; thisFjicjay. > far. ; several days later when a neighbor ,
I, University, and V Bens Methodist Church. so; state keeps a careful checkon
!trvs and compotes )held- dainty and Saturday. There < ; ; noted that he had not been seen
School De lgn. Mr. j undort The Sheppards are both graduates s I wagers at the horse and dog
a$ Iwiches, cake squares .iced 'I4and in of .: I Fourteen memberS of the : ; around the place.
:Asbury College, 'in ,Wfl- 4,500 aut I tracks and Jai Lai frontons to
white. nd.huts and mints. brought ,out the "iWropr& t ness Christian Youth Fellowship and .of ; ,
I ngements In thi mo where they now reside:.DUrjn : Kelly V Born in Washington. D. C.. he : insure that the amount of
coffee and of[ flbwer alT 't ; proper
siding at the silver -Rho of the Tirst 'Christianhi1icii.State .
''tea services afcboth\ ends of HitAble5 : hometaking;": In.consideration (thi e Ch, attend. 1954,they traveled in Europe j jand'.while count. I had Jived here for over five years. tax revenue is collected.
t plan to
'Perkins I period ihd style of r furniture,used ;; : singing in Holland were i i ing both .I and was a veteran of World War i The speaker said that each
were Mrs. Bynum i the, mee'tlng.'Bradford. teen co { He member of the Catholic -
in to the forezVDu2h ;II. vas a Florida county received over
ind Mrs. W, F. Glenn. ; He placed flower arrangements :presented .
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'' of the hoiniand Queen. In 1957they: traveled proxima Church $188,000 in race track revenue
ed at, the door the 'different rooms I
Guests-wete-greeted!
Mrs. -Vlyd rwll1egar'' and I explained.the i.color and thi Hospital 3,1,000.miles in MLssionary-song-: ; lege of : Surviving is one sister, Mrs. last year. The money is used for

.holding 17 silver trays were Betsy placing used for each arrange' Auxiliary :'Meets_ evangelism through Africa the county | Muriel Harttof Washington D. C. various worthwhile projects, in-

jWatthewsana-Gerry Beth Moot: ment. Middle East.'and again in'Eur pe. 'The DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home cluding the construction of hospitals

The receiving Ijhe':.x mposed oljjilrs. f A discussion.flower ''arrangemenVs The, Hospital Auxiliary held i In these 36 countries! ,they worked' I I'ceiue' t ) was in charge of local arrange- I.I and schools. he declared.

: L. G. PowelL Mrs. 0.j4hcrts. W. 'was held while 'ref resi .their:'general meeting last Thursday with 19 denominations and in said. T ( ments. 'The body was forwarded !I The speaker was introduced by

.Miss Madge1: M\ddleton,, ments were served. evening 's.tV the, 'Episcopal Africa with .25 different tribes.: I cost. 15.25 ( ) '.I to Washington for burial in Arlington A. L. Crosby Jr., who had chargeof
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A./ Dvts t and Mrs. F. V Parish House, which was attrac- !'the.-jrogram'of sacred music-to; 10.25; : NaUonal'Cemetery.V the program.
;Irs. I* .. : B.\ )
\ cost! ;$15 ; ( ) !" V
live for tlie ccasion'with"arra.nge-i be :presented .here will be I
before Ladies Council ; -
the fireplace '
Beard stood
,: .
yaritd.1 cost
t ments .of 4nd'white camellias! including'oratorio sacred J
where the mantel held a handsome Ted :' ..tlCltIsN $AH NOW Al CIRCUS srrc-Nsw 10,000
cost
Christian
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Of First up
'"arrangement of' and glacfloli.V V great. hymns of the church, andI !
.f n:sh I eat Jacksonville Coliseum, 1145 East Adams.St.
red 'g1adoU'sand 'white' camellias. Hold ,Meetings- The, Bradford County Library gospel isongs. A Iree-will: offering

Flanking the Jcehlerpiece:) were 'Board consisting iof Mrs. Junius will" be .received for the couple. E r1 : M.L44EWV

irass candelabra' .lh cil of the First Christian Church] :Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. W. V I II

white, Members tapers.-.of:: ,"the, -'loc .'chaptei; met at 10 a. m. Thursday Jai. BTScoggms' ,presented: a 'pffigfam Presbyterian Bldg.Council'Meets Mrs. : } ; :

served as 'flonr.''!iostes 'es during 19. Vat ,the home Mrs. Margare on the'Library's connection with day,.on ;

'''he; afternoon Blankenship. Mrs. Jean Prevat the Hospital. Mrs. Scoggins was sary, in V. I J

r 'Approximately 75 guestscall" gave the devotional' and the clrcl e appointed chairman 63Tthe" 'Hospital The Building Council of ':tlie I Hospital. i
:

? 4 'x"-. '"' conducted the 'business se sion. A mitt!!. :"' in : .
o'clbclt
to' 5 Wednesday, Jan: 18;. with ReV. :
covered dish luncheon :'was enjoy- During the"social hour a dessert She }vas
i. james L. Doom of the DepaHn)6nt i iII
ed l at noon. The next .social will] course was servedby Mrs. Peggy tian' ,
(p.trty'GivthBy\ be! held Feb. 16 with Mrs. Norm; Shall r, social chairman, and ,her of Church Architecture ;'At- i \ a _
lanta, Oa. Mr. Doom is anarchitect :! 1
Social l Committee Badgelt: at the parsonage. committee.; II I JohmC.1 V
( ordained
'and' mjnistfrwith.1'Wide
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,Qf Country Club ::: Circle: Qleo Two Harley met "at at the 8 home o'clock oMrs. f DuPont.'.Credit 'Union :chUrch.experience architectur'ei.',in,',the He! fjeidof was :1 I Jr.Elaine; :; W;; : uAIiIV

';'SThe social committee( of the( :, Mrs. Margaret Prevatt gave the Holds Tenth Meeting here to assist 'the council in de- ents,"Mr. -
'devotional and Mrs. Bessie C lson.
Glut of ;
and Country : ne-w.
:
Golf termini the needsin a
jStarke .
g :
gave .dinner and .card party !: leader. presided over' the business, and how 'to : : !is. Roy ; !
a The DuPont Mining employees ; church plant imple i ii ,
Starke Won .session. At the close of the meting V V: B. 'W. : '
the : ;
:Monday night at them. I -
creditunion their tenth'an IJ.1ent [ :
.held i : V
V 1 I [ refreshments served
Were by; :
Nfra.
t ;
an V Club. nual business meeting and dinner In the evening Mr. Doom'was'a ,
he host Mrs. "Jiarley assist ,
: ss
I.the.r .The buffet..tabld,dinner was in the served' sumoom froir', by* Miss Dorothy Alvarez, and party Saturday( evening in the gqest Night Supper at.the. and monthly showed" Family color l three land, br Ft. ; : l GREATEST cfHOW ON EARTH
USO building
; 14 tables in the :: Miss Elaine 'Colson. The next land,- ; ,\
rand 'the 'dlnmg will Everett Fox of Keystone Slides depicting the developmentof V '$3.50 'r ws- 1-17 Feb. 2-3 8 p.m.-Feb. 4-8:45 p.m.
I centered with I I meeting be ,held Feb. 16 wilItrL ; ,. I {
auditorium were church architecture -the I $2.50 18-29 Matinees Feb. 4.5, 1:30 A 5:30
Heights, president, presided over rows pjn.
i :\ Lucille Mlzell. I
{ miniature golf gveeris complete i I the business meeting precedingthe : Vn'ted States from early times Final I $1.50.*owi jSO-33 ALL SEATS RESERVED
Circle Three met at 7:30: at th ,
Monday office."i:
with tiny flags. beef buffet : jo the present.Services :
home' of Mrs. Maude Andrews roast dinner. Guest Family Shown Feb 4-5, 5:30 p.m.
I the door prize I : :: '
Neal won i .
Lytm, enjoyed by; : Mrs.'Rose Toinlinson 'gave the devotional speaker was VV. L. .Edwards, l' Mflder 12 yrs./ ball price, tfjDIDUT
J and card'gm a were :
and their out-ot- and .the leader, Mrs. Andrews treasurer of the Jacksonville Terminal -! Held For .
[,the members !
i the business :employees credit union. "
: presided over :
| to\vn guests during the 'eveningI I I session. The pastor's wife "Mrs.I 'Following the dinner bingo was I Mrs. Lena Cooper For

Bob Badgett, visited the cfrcli> enjoyed by the 125 members and V Mrs Lena Rowe 'Cooper 69. I :
,Women i ; I
guests. V-V.
Presbyterian i
I I and gave everyone a. year boo died at 'her home in Starke Sunday Senator I

[ Hold General'MeetingThe During the _business session, an intendedillness. : Rep.A. ,J : !
morning after
;, offering of $10'was given as the UDC.Chapter To air V jointly

Women of the First Presbyterian i circle's project on the cover over Meet Feb. 1 I' ibid a TOO SAV WELL t l.0osrrM (i\lE GOT GRANDPA'S '

Church held their the annex door. Mrs. Andrews I Mrs. ,Cooper was born ln"LakeCitI requests I'VE-GOT fOOR tJ.t-- TEETH/ -

]General meeting Tuesday, Jan. 24, assisted by .Mrs. Equllla RobertsIand :The! W. T. Weeks chapter, on' Feb. 4, 1891 daughter- 'of i. m, EXES AMD P6PSCopeland's' '
u.j I ?
Mrs. 'Rose J0cE
I if 8 : in the 'assemblY hall. Tomlinson. served Circuit :
p. m. ( '" V D. C. will meet Wednesday thelate John and Kate'Rowe.: She I -
I
t refreshments The, Feb. 16 meeting I II
\ 'Mrs'R. G. Paterson gave the held noon, JFeb. I, .at 3 o'clock at the :'was' .member. of the Baptist :I louse in I I '
f devotional..Mrs.;TA.. Yawn; Vice, will be with Mrs. E. A. home of Mrs. L. D. Vining withMrs. I This'he

-president, presided over the busiIness 'Winkler.HD' V .,o. L. Haynes, Sr: as co-hos Church. V ,1 with 'lo
meeting in the absence jol I tess. Surviving are her' husband 1,' tor

jme' president, ilrs. W, J.'!:pperScn1. --'' ,Council Meets Luther Grace Cooper of Starke; ind its '
I i .
S Tuesday; Recent Births three daughters, Mrs.,Ollie, King, presented
I'':.Mrs.\ R. Sanders assisted bsI : In-Lawtey I Fort Meade; Mrs. James. Thomas", je" given' ; lit; & ff

f Mr stlni$.',Btll Costello.entitled gave"Oo anJhter.f : allS- The Home Demonstratioi Mr. and .Mrs: Ie.:T. Duncan of ;Starke, ; and Mrs. Vandi 'Williams. ,, I.i ford The :::
program
County Council met Tuesday at West Point, Ga. announce the '
ofLQve. fcradenton two Elbert E.
I.His .People to a Community.. ; ; sons : Ills i$,
the home 'of TLfrs.. Gedfge'RobertIn birth of a daughter Laura Eliza I I I I Ii
andCa'ni
." Jenkins Tampa; Vfnkins. ecently'
Lawtey. Miss Alice beth, 'Jan. 18 -
Jones home on at the GeorgeH. '
j, :Refreshments were served bs: Starke; and 14grndith1i- i iiiren. I aU' local
CrowJson : economist with the Florida Power Lanier'Memorial Hospital in ; / i Copeland's V
Claude I
Mrs. Ithe clerk
the ,hostesses Mrs 1& .Ligqt.Co..presented.a progranon Longdale, Ala. Paternal grandparents i V' '.j : -
,Mrs. Fritz Krammer and. i If pr : I. .
use of the electric.range. demonstrating are Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Funeral services, were held 'at1 I JAR39c FRESH
Paterson. prior to 1/2 GAL.
|R. G. ,
oven and broiler meals Duncan of Starke, j '!I,
2 p. m. Tuesday in Jones' Memorial legisla ,
IThe food prepared was served at I Chapel with Rev. C H.Rhoden .', !
NEP HELP I he lunch hour to the 31 member Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborne of i: D.LB. SPARE RIBS ;
-- Burial .will
I and friends' present. Gainesville: announce the birth of officiating. : Diane R

WITH YOUR 1960 I Mrs A. C.. Ellis. president of the. daughter, Deborah Nan..on,Jan. follow in the family' plot-.in I For } I .

council conducted -the business i 21 in Alachua General Hospital. kingsleyr: Lake Cemetery under 'I '

,INCOME TAX meeting: Plans -were-made-for '-thi! Mrs;/Osborne is the'former Carol the, direction' of DeWitt C. r.Jphes Diane ;

RETURN l ? ? Achievement Day program! to beheld Temple.idaughter! of Mrs. Mural Funeral V. Home...... ,* Senior c1a : LB.39c

,in' the'Community: Hall at' Gardner of 'Starke.Doctor's I he 1981 :
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'TUCKER the.State'Partn'otr.Aprtl'l8.L.-urS., Services':Held ;For AMrs. naker ,,of .

SEE NEIL T. W. Marker; cJothjnj&:, ha1rni n,, Hospital' announces the 'McCoifhack 80 County FRESH FLA.
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following births: J"
Invited all members 'to model
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:Public Bookkeeper : Mr. and Mrs: Milo Smith, Law- 1, i *' :
garment 'haW-made, during.
they '
V V Mr .vJIartha: Raue''McCoFnack, core in lb.
I '" e14'a sort.'John Richard, 'Jan.'20. a 2.9c
S Starke ; 29e ,
Court the I HENS
in
120 year' J
1 I SO., of St. Charles, I1U died .NoV o n h
.Mt. and Mrs; LaRue Crosby' .
Sewing
:be belt '
.' WO ..12545V I ;w0rb1iJpsVwlil illness. She was ittitudes
4-9854 16 after Jengjthy .
Ph. WO : :; a. daughter 'VickyOeriese .. :: ..
In of communities' AJaiphua
\ some the .
I : I born :Aug. ,26, 1880; the, daughter ienloF.gif '
17
Jan.
members 'and other ;Interests' I of the.' late )otr. and Mrs. 'August.Raue ahdidate'

W'omen.--Miss DorothyRoss;. homiaemonstration eI :BradfordeCounty' Hospital announces ; ; and'sent her..earlylift, in\ !aakr\bf !

I ag n. announced,, 'thV following births: i iI $ ..-mnving later to ElgfnIlL ;' : :
i Plans areal o'bui g ftnajje4'.t(o I 'the'Fi ",The';', L29c' BANANAS'Ib.a ICC
Dr. an,(;Mrs: John D.'Simpson.Raiford.l 'V She \vas'a member of 1t. $ ; s .

TARKE' FIA. 1, tour the. greenhouse;at. thE StatiPrison : a"'son'George Earl,'Jan. Methodist',Church.* thS'ictovntiivoman'a c:non
wh\chis 'Und r the djrection 49. VV i Society, .and Jeneral, :
..... I of .U.B.:Jordan., vocfttibViaatgriculture V I the.w.om-'I"
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Vallnski, i k of St. rl -
: SUN..MON.-TUES., \ fnstnictor at the ),1'(.. and' .Mrs. Joseph' I s .dub V .1 '
Starke; twin'boy .- John Cameron' SuryMhg, are a: son. Elmcft'eiledo'njack :I, ti 'in : '
: JAN..,29, ,30, & 31 V pr1so V ; '
CIilei scho1ai-shl
DISNEY'SNew'An' I i and Joseph 'Tucker Jan. 21. : pf St, two i ibroth&S. 1b 49c
,i F. WALT I Mr. and Ml /:Howard 'Martin. Paul Raue West Chica- anking 'NAMe -

\) : Garlobn: Feature, CC :& cSe4retaryVeds Palatkk, 'a 'son: Glenn Jan. 21. |o, 'and Ben .Raue,; Crystal...Lake.JUr. ." :The .

: j Chie Hundred rid. Friday- : Mr. and 'Mrs.; John'TmdaU, Jr., I llcCorna'ck, preceded r,in. vive a. $
1 14ied
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One"DalmatiansIN V Keystone Heights,' a son Michael
I' Robert H. McInti of Stark Gene Jan.24,, f n..: 19"44, and h te1detraat ...I 1 The"
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TECHNICOLOR jdr..! : : ducted[ 'BREAo LOAVES FOR 29c
md Mrs. Lois .Harding of Jiickjonville 2
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\\l Svag.i': I were married'.iast Fridajifternoon Ciib -Scout? Visit FuQ ral services were .held dates .
itarrlng:. Noah &rl')-; Jr. omd the, First Methodist Church, St.

| Short. in the First. Methodist Jax:netarium Charles, on Nov:/. 6 with th'p-5- lf her .. "
Dorothy ?___ Church, !-Kingsland, Ga. Mr. Me- tOrt Rev. lJoyd Bower,officlatfai )
[tire is executive-secretary' -ol Forty members of Cub Scout I To;
)\ ED., THURS. FEn: 1-2 I Olflcf residents 'will remember. :
i
JMlan the 'Starke-Bradford: County pack 70 visited the Planetariumin the' Raue.family here .in the.4aU.I '
Jupgle ; Chamber of 'Commerce. and Mrs. I : -F1S1 !
Orabbe. the Children's Museum 'in Jack- *rpart: of the .last'century. There
Starring: Buster Warding: is employed with Rivers, 1 I sonville Thursday afternoon. ': were three- girls ,Fr dar'" Arihavarid j.mind ..
.Eater..ofjUmaonStarrlnr Body In Jacksonvillf.Mrs. !
Shop, V 'I They were 'accompanied by den: Martha: and two boys/'Plajil, .f.i Lug

..SaBiU.. Wendell Corey,I Mclntire' and Mr.her Mclntire three,. mothers: Mrs. Wayne Haiiies, hd Ben. They airatteivded.scMol. .his.year | ? A COMPLETE LINE OF'GRCCERIES

nd Joa'nne Paffft. r'Phi" hlldren will Join ': Mrs. T. G. Ritch Jr:; '}Is. 'L. T.j >. in: St_ re.WA'Supper. Bounty
here"in .the near ftture.Vomari's
'Color Cart n
4 '" j Knepper Mrs. Davis Gassett, and Prizes

;: Mrs. W. B. Thompson..Jr. Also Meeting
FRI.; SAT.' FEB. -3-4 club i a ray.
i! chaperoning the group) a.re Mrs. : '' .' ; 1 ..
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Apache Chief ; E ec Board To MeetThe i Jewett Fogg,- {rs. Robert Barks- I 1 $I mber8of the ;T.W..,.AoftIe. I

Marring:' Alan"'Curtis, Tom Neal.Jtusell dale/Mrs Jt_M..Smfth.,Mrs. Clj'de Madison Street Baptist Church! the :: "

,d. ,. .Hayden,. executive board of the, Laifee: Mraj Vernon, S 3pp. :MrS. will hold "ihefr'* SUpper meeting Alvarez 1 THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

White Eon gotarrtigRcd'Pser. Starke Woman's,h ,Club. will' .rneel1uhiiay : C S.'Rdek;.'MrL Buford TififMrsVGib'BrwTU ilondayl evening :1n o'cjock: at'the j Store, ; ( DAYS 'A WEEK -, T A.M. TO 9 P.M.

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editorialWorkable r Trophy LadenTornadoes :Cagers Win One, I 17 Cars Derailed r Cold Weather THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


Funks ProphetBack i EST.. 1811

V FetedContinued I Lose Two In Lawtey i last fall some amateur I,: 'V n.OKIDA'8?%PER PVDLtHEDCOTIYOt5L OLDESf WEEKLY l'Z\f". _

Loss V prophet predicted a mild winter. I 0.. TUB BAMB.MA8THBAO..
Program [ From Page 1] [Continued From Pace 1] [Continued from Page One! V V : t.M'CE:
; i! All the little fur-bearing animals : V hillli.It".. Eau 'n1U. a.4 Eatered M ****** CUss hitteR

Would Be Serious BlowLet's VVV team captain and co-captains. I Starke's Baby Tornadoes,under the ed in almost the same spot and were putting on thin coats, he I i V .i the P..t Of lire a. Slarke, FU: cader' Act .f Mar. !. 1871'

Gainesville Sun All-Area certi-', tutelage of Coach Lennard Register 'I, for the same reason according to said, and that was a sure sign I,
ficates presented by sports editor L. K. Whitehead of Waldo a rail- : that Mother Nature was goingto --
go back to 1958. had a winning week beating i! I the door, day of Pt' ruar)'. 1961. r will applyto executrix of the Will ot
Joe Halberstein to player mak road signal maintenance man. keep refrigerator the Honorable Theron A Yawn Laurence Ore: deceased T*'
At that time our city officials were casting about for .ing the first team: Allen Crews, Hilliard's B-Squad 44-31 last Friday -:I Several local residents present! closed. He couldn't have been County Judge of F/adford ('ount)'. V day of January, 161-

programs and ideas that would tend to develop a currentas Ronald Crawford Erwin Martin, and winning over Green Cove at the. wreck Saturday morning ,i I more wrong. V Florida returns, and for for appro an*al order of said uf final distribution Joyce Orr; WatfcmsEsecntrU .

well as a long-range plan for the orderly growth and, and Tom Smith; also to Tornadoes Wednesday afternoon 52-31. j I expressed skepticism at the derailment During the week from Tuesday, and for final discharge as I-21

development of Starke. making the second team and John Williams was high point. being charged to 'a bro- Jan. 17, through Monday, Jan.I, V

One of the suggestions evolving from these discussionswas honorable mention. man in both games with 13 points ken axle, saying that the. sorry I 23, Bradford County experienced
Halberstein also presented a against Hilliard's and 19 yesterday condition: of the track might also fix days with a low reading of _
I
to turn to the Florida Development Commission for
: below and the seventh!
certificate to Coach Register who against Green Cove. have been a contributing factor. freezing, STARKETYPEWRITER
ideas and assistance. An invitation was extended to a rep- day was near the border line.
selected
was as the Sun's AU Area David Ingram also figured heavily -:
resentative of the Commission to meet with city officials. Here's the record, to
Coach of the year for the second in the scoring column yesterday 1 i Freshmen To Present according
During these meetings briefings were given on the type time in succession. with 18 markers and Bill the Florida Frost Warning station -

and quality of programs the city could participate in, and Assistant Coach Dave Hurse Jackson was praised by Coach; First Class Play"How I at Bradford County Hospital:

Jan. 17th ______________ 31.5 SERVICE
the extent of counsel and assistance available to the city said that due to the extraordinary Register for his fine floor game. "
teamwork exhibited the Dobie Met 1Ianard, a I Ii Jan. 18th _______________ 31.0
under by
squad Both
existing programs. the varsity and the B-
,i comedy based on the popular tel- Jan. 19th ________________ 34.0Jan.
this
it to
One of the first in order year was impossible squad will be idle this Friday but
for
steps required to qualify : series Dobie Gillis will be
evision ,
single :I 20th ________________ 32.0
the various aid and assistance projects was to receive certification "most out valuable any one back"player honors.for will see action Saturday night in i presented in the BUS auditorium Jan. 21st ________________ 25.0 301 N. WALNUT ST. PHONE WO 9-2191 __ _

of a "Workable Program" by the Housing and Therefore, he presented the local gym against tough For- i Friday night by members of the Jan. 22nd ________________ 18.5
trophiesto
rest High from Jacksonville. Both
Home Finance Agency.A four senior backs who he said i I Freshman Class. Jan. 23rd ________________ 24.5
teams have already suffered one
"Workable Program," in the simplest of terms, is a were equally valuable to the loss at Forrest's hands. I Dobie will be portrayed 'by Sunday's low of 18.5 was 1 /2 TYPEWRITERS _

plan in writing setting forth the community's own pro- .team: Sam Gardner, Johnny Devoid I Andy. Strickland, and Maynard by degrees lower than the winter's

jected program to deal with its own problems, presented in I Richard Dugger and Tom I Tommy McLendon. Heart interest previous low of 20, recorded on ,
Melrose/ Man will be provided by Suzanne I Dec. 18.
good faith and with the firm resolve to carry the program I Smith. ; Judd as Thalia. ADDING CASH _

through to accomplishment.In I Senior lineman trophies went Given 6 Mo. In i I The play was written by Yvon- --

addition to the so-called "low rent housing," a I to: Ronald Crawford Neil Phillips I| ne'Conner, who Is also the student In The County Judge' Court Of MACHINES t'' REGISTERS
Jimmy Malone, Charles Me- Bradford Couatf. Florida
Workable Program covers many other areas of city respon. director, and is under the direction IB ProbateIn
CourtA
Leod. John Miller, Allen Crews, County
I of Mrs. Sara Whaley, one Re: Estate of James LawrenceOrr
sibility, among them: subdivision regulations, building and Cecil Leach, Glen Harrell, and Deceased.
fire codes, adequate zoning codes, master plan for utilities Marion Cottle. of the 9th grade sponsors. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR.: Serviced Cleaned Repaired
Melrose man was sentencedin FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTRIX
expansion, a comprehensive planning program, and many The gold trophies were engraved County Court Tuesday, Jan- I V
other necessary and reasonable requirements for controlledand with the words: "Undefeated Social Security Notice Is hereby'given that I have
V uary 17, to six months in jail on V filed my final returns as executrix
planned growth.As V 1960.' charges of assault and batteryas Meeting Set of the estate of James Lawrence ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED

a continuing part of the Workable Program, city of- Gold footballs were presentedto the result of a fracas at the 'Orr petition deceased for ;distribution thaIT have and filed my foi.

ficials then began a series of meetings with a professionalcity 17 quad members who did not White Top Drive-In near Key- Questions concerning recent final discharge, and that on the 2'

planner with the goal in view of developing a compre- miss! a single practice session dur- stone Heights last October 29. changes in the Social Securitylaw _u_ _____ __
ing the season: and silver foot-
and other pertinent matters

hensive and planning program for Starke.to This plan was completed balls with 1raised, letter "B" Clarence The sentence R. Lassiter was imposed by County on will be answered and discussed at Sell It Rent It Trade It FREE ESTIMATES On

subsequently presented the Development Commission were given to two playersRichard Judge T. A. Yawn. Lassiter was a meeting to be held in the court.

for approval. In due time, approval was granted, ,Dugger and Ronald Craw- charged with assaulting Charles house Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. NEW CONSTRUCTION

along with a commitment from the Commission to share fordwho made every practice Emory (Red] Cross Jr. of Gainesville Sponsored by the Bradford Farm A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED REPAIRS

one-half of the cost of plan preparation. The plan covered during the entire four seasons son of Alachua County Bureau, the meeting will be open WITH REMODELING

such items as a land-use program, major thoroughfare pro- they played football. Senator Red Cross, in an affidavit to the puiblic. SHELL HOMES

gram, financial planning, housing requirements and many Tom V A 'gold Smith'football'team captain was given and the to signed by the defendant himself. Present to answer questionsand MEMORIALS AND HE OLtmOt _________n_____ 4 Cn. ret" W." -Contact-
Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish lead the discussion will be C.
other day-to-to-day problems that confront a communityand
football used to win the Straw- stated. D. Dale, representative of the Social SO WORDS OR LESS. OB* laftertUa (HlalMM Ckarte) -_ oft BradfordBuilding V
have such tremendous effect on the'ultimate shapeour
Bowl
berry game, autographed by Another charge of voluntary Security department.
town will assume.Certification each member of the team, was I intoxication against Lassiter was EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 30 .____ u ___ 4e Per w.re SuppliesPh.
of a Workable Program is valid for 12 presented to John ':Adams, whose I 20% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS 9AMK AD23e
dismissed for lack of evidence.In WO 45291FOR
months from the date certified and, upon request of the early season Injury prevented his I other action in County Courton WHILE U_WAITOR ADDITIONAL- FOB BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID- I.I ADVANCE .

locality, is subject to re-examination and renewal. If the playing in most of the games. the same day Louis Albert FOR RENT 4 bedroom 8 bath For Rent 3 room and bath nice- ,REX.T one 2 bedroom cot.tage .
The ball used in the conference-' unfurnished bouse. Conveniently lo ly furnished cottage. Available Feb. furnished. No children or)
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commitments made by the locality are not honored the certification Mann of Starke was sentenced toa cated. Phone WO 4-6584. 4tp %-% 1. Phone WO 4-2261 Margaret How- pets. Phone. WO 4-0971, Mrs. U D.
may not be renewed, and further assistance for winning game with Green Cove fine of $125 or 30 days in jail One Day ServiceWE ard. tfchg Vlnlng Ztp %-.12I
Springs, also autographed by the For Rent Nicly furnished, newly I I
additional urban renewal activities cannot be considered entire squad, to when convicted of driving while SELL BRONSON SHOES decorated apartment. Convenient to FOR SALE House trailer 8' x 36':; I New 2 B. a Home
was presented
until the Intoxicated. down town Prefer working person. 2& rooms. Fully equipped. A-I con- 919 N. Thompson St.
community has again met the Workable Program ;Father ,Connie Dougherty for the 337 N. Walnut. I dition 819 W. Cypress St. Phone For Kale with small down payment.]
In another traffic case l. Gladys Harrington
ng-
requirements.That Interest and support he has given COURT Itp WO 44891. 3tchg %.% Monthly payments, to suit you or]
ford Howard charged with reck- I will trade for your property in town J
is the position in which Starke found itself last the squad during his three years less driving for failure to have his SHOE REPAIR Large Fishing Worms For sale.-. FOR SALE or out, acreage, lots or Lake pro I
week. in Starke. Hill, Rt. 218. Ready mix concrete, concrete block,, perty. Will take boat outfit or small\
Having made no under its approved Work- B. G. Cotte, Clay '
progress ,vehicle under control, was senten- 126 North Court St. 2tp 2-9 rones, fence posts, sand cement car in trade. This is real nice complete -
able Program during the past year, it was necessary to obtain -. Pather'Dougherty, in turn, presented ced to a fine of $150 or 60 daysin Starke FloridaE. V Motar mix, rock steel oyster shell,( with bath. Or will move tea'-
LI nerock' and Roof Gravel. Phone your lot or acreage. Tall or writ&
each member of the varsity SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
re-certification of the plan, by March 1. Reluctant to i county jail. A. Hall Owner & Mgr. SALES AND SERVICE WO4-2S21. Bradford Engineering J. E. Wall, Rt. 2 Box 2(9, phone
see two years of tedious groundwork toward city planninggo I with' a. silver key chain, a Sewing machines, Vacuum cleaners Co. tfchg 1982. Lake City. Fla tfchg
football on one side, and the figureof and Floor polishers. 'We service all -
by default, the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce St. Christopher on the other. make sewing machines. FREE PICK: FOR SALE 5 lots 114' by 93' on FOR RENT Furnished cottage
UP AND DELI VERT. Write 402 N. Polk and Myrtle north of West PrattSt. redecorated inside. Tile bath, gas
requested Council to ask for re-certification of the Father Dougherty also presented Marion St. Lake City, Fla. Phone i Abstract deed. Leonard Grit fh,, I stove and hot water heater. II4 i
Workable Program. Three members of the Council-two of plaques to Coaches Register ISO. tfeh&i i 707 West Pratt, phone WO 48851. I' Lake St. Adults. Mrs. A. F Sauls. I
633 McMahon St.
'Ihone.VO 4.5744,
them new, and possibly with little if any information on the .and Hurse "for leadership and insPiration erwillega For Sale Or Rent;,- House trailer. :I 2tp :2-! V. JV lchg |
overall significance of the Workable Program-voted not in the game of football." Can be Moved to yout own lot. J. FOR nEXT 2 bedroom unfurnIshed -
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house. 268 SYLVANIA TV's.Sales
B. White, phoneWO 41651. : Park Pl to request recertification.We Gray sweaters with an "UndefeatedI960" V Ztchg 1-26 All conveniences. See R. F. De- ft Service
patch in.red were raorest, :266 Park Place, phone WO 4- -
find it hard to believe that the effort and ; ,
paper given to all WE HAVE a ntw li 4n program foi 6191. :!tp 2-2 STARKE RADIO & TV
varsity players by
work of two embodied in Starke's Workable Program farmers. Loans ot 1 to 6 years I Phone WO 4.8.'SUI
years
,
the school, and the traditional red MOTORS (or the entire credit require FOR RENT One 2 bedroom nouse
could so unceremoniously be discarded.By ments of,the farmer and his fam unfurnished. Phone WO 4-1513. Hi- I FRIGIDAIREAPPLIANCES
jackets the Booster
were given by ily. Gainesville Production Credit 'I way 16 north of Starke J. W. Oaa-
turning our backs on Workable Program we have Club to H players-lettering for Association, 10: north Main I IQalneeville. klns, Rt .2 Box 93, Starke tfchg
closed the door to assistance in an area where professional the"first time.. .' P1&. tfchatnteretIn .
Small House For Rent 206 inroad- FOR REXT -4 furnished
room
a- i
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counsel is vitally needed, an area where there is no sub- A -certificate was presented to V LADY way St. Partly furnished. $40 per partment. Gas. Adults. Mrs. A. A.

stitute for training and experience. Are we so self-suffi Robert Hall, team manager, for lure. Good education poiUtlan.DPffa with,.r fine,. $500(.-, mo. Call V 'Andrews Drug WO 42511.Up Durden, 224 S.. Thompson 2tchg2-J St.
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cient that we need not plan for the future? Can we ad- his completion of a course in the tt:: ,, fIrst 00 day*. (9,000 first year. .
care treatment, and preventionof = Write DrUB Dntry, 3415 S. W. :3rd CALL Jackson for tap fill dirt FREEFREE FREE Wood
equately project the requirements of our city without pro- athletic ipjurl -fIISo'JI- St.. Gatnmvltlf. Fla. V build'slag and grading. W. T. from drying pine tops Come and get
fessional help? Can we afford to pay the price of misman- m.1M Jackson WO 4-4011. tfchg It. Cyras "E. Beam, Rt. 2 Box 62-P, '
SALE 2 house with 3 .
FOR
Others who were recognized and story Morgan ftoad. Stark Itchg,
that is to unless all fill lots. Some furniture. Apply 615 N.
agement likely occur we use means at
thanked for their efforts during 2-9 FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnIshed -
Church after 8 p. m. 4tp \L'RF.RY STOCK FOR SALE
our disposal to avoid such pitfalls? the past season included: A andB ished apartment house.-;308 also S.4-room Water furn-St., We have: over 100,000 nice fruit t

The three members voting against renewal of the Work- squad cheerleaders: Coaches AU RADIOI Make -BEPA1RED All H.4.lJSHEPHERD'S Ph. WO 4-7431. Itchg shade trees and trees shrubbery,' landscape Hedge material Plants of,;

able Program said that, in their opinion, Starke does not Francis and Koch fOr their scout- a......'.. 'Vb..... guatatU4 FOR SALE Business-residential quality. Hundred's. of Citrus trees ID
RADIO TV
need low-income housing. That is somewhat like burning \\ns work; the BHS Band; Bob laauu Grsu Owaer combination property at 217 E. cans for quality.some with Azaleas fruit. See and our Camellias plants

down a house because you don't like the wallpaper. A Work- McRae for his BOoSter Club acti- 1961 TAG 412 E. Call; .St.....ke Pkoae. Fla. WO 4.atOl owner Erownlee at 6950 St., Rollo Starke P..oadormand, Fla. Contact) SOc up. O. C. Carries Nursery, 10 ml.
vity; Art Holliday and J. D. Sey- Subdivision Jacksonville. Fla., or East of Keystone Heights Hwy 100.
able Program does not commit a community to low-income phone EV 4-6138. tf ehg Phone 614-4665, Florahome, Fla
and Pahai
mour for their announcing; FOR SALE Bermuda
housing, it only makes available the mechanics in the event game chain- grass hay. V R. Ferguson, phone 4tchr %.1
the time does arrive when such a program is desirable and J. T. Pollard, a faithful With Purchase Of Any Used WO 4-5571 4tp 2-16 FOR REXT First floor apart FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished -
man; and Dr. Houpt and other menu. Close In desirable. Also house 2 bedroom house, Modern
necessary.In COLONIAL FLORIST for rent or sale. Very easy terms. kitchen and tile bath. Mrs. Gladys
doctors. Only F. T. D. Florist In SUrke.Flowers 519 ::. Cherry St tfchg
Harrln 317 N. Walnut. Itp
the meanwhile, what about the rest of the progn ? Car Thursday, Friday or Saturday wired any place. Flowers ton. ,
for all occasion locally. Phone FOR SALK PF.YTOV FLORIST
We cannot help but wonder if the three members voting
WO 4.11211.! IiOR Kat Nftna St. tfcbg
Xew and used .Building Supplies Il$ K. THOMPSON ST.PHONE .
against re-certification are aware of what they would deny Engineers Propose V Drive way pipe 15' lengths |1.2s WO'44155MGIIT
FOR SALES 1953 d. E. Automatic per foot. See Billy Jackson. Jack- ,WO 4-881. n WO 9-1933
our city by junking this carefully laid program? Disturb- COMPARE THESE PRICES washer good condition. $60 terms son Building Supplies. tfchj nuvmrriVE FLOWERS

ing as is the action itself, even more disturbing is the phi- $50 Phone cash.WO 1350 S-2481 W.after Handing 5 p. m.2tp. St. wn WIRE FLOWERS ASrWHERB

losophy that would allow such action to be taken. If ever Sewer Project 1-26 lots FOR in RENT-Starke Either on North of two U. S.vacant 301. tfcbgINTRODUCTORY

there time when Starke must be forward-looking this Mrs.. Leola Roberts. Ph. WO 4-4754. .
was a !IF FOR HENT-Furnished apartments.
is it. Admittedly, we have lost ground in the past year- [Conttnmed From Page 1] 1958 Ford Tudor $$195 -bopping. Reasonable center Phone rate WO, 92011r Near Itchy l-g OFFER

blame it on the national recession, or what have you-the system all Stock No.323AX Blue > call at 21 S S. Cherry SL (Shell FOR house.RENT Located- 2 S.story on 301.modern Call farm Conner Engraved Business
at Edwards said]
once. Oil Co. Office. V
fact remains that we cannot afford to take chances with it could be:done step by step overa ,, V tteh Ins.. Agency WO 4.4501.. tfchg Stationery

our future. We cannot afford to miss the boat in a single period of four or five years with FOR RENT OR SALE 2 bedroom 500 Letterheads

instance. the city not ever getting !steeply 1956FordFairlaneM-! $595 masonry house at 624 S. Epperson 500 Large Envelopes
St. Phone WO 9-2031.: ltD
Renewal of the Workable Program does not necessarilymean in debt. 500 Business Cards
Dawkins answered Edwards by 4-Door, Brownrand White WANTED Used oil tanks, 75 gal. FINEST ENGRAVING
Starke have low-income
that will housing, now or ever. and over. Also stands and fittings.
It does mean that if and when the time comes that such stating that he was just trying to Stock No. 323A. Drop post card to W. C. Watson. ALL FOR 48.05
get Idea of the Box 608, High Springs and let me
an what city could -
housing is needed it will be possible. make you an offer.. Stchg :2-9 Plate Included
afford, and in his it
opinion,
Perhaps it is not too much to hope that the importanceof could afford a large loan orogram 1957 Pip. Fordor !IF$895 HASTINGS MATTRESS BRADFORD COUNTY

Starke's Workable Program will even yet be recognizedand of the type he suggested."I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS TELEGRAPH
that the community will join together in an all-out effort / -
wouldn't want the city to
V8 Push
Hardtop- Button 710 Lemon St. PaUOca b XEVER TOO LATE TO JOIN
to salvage it before the deadline. obligate itself to the hUt" Daw- Transmission Radio Heater-One Owner EVE.VIXO CLASSES for adults. AU
kins stated) "There,might be Furniture Repaired Uphol subjects. Credit If wanted. Writ
Director. Pox 11'0, Starke or cal4'wo j
some more important moves to be stered & Refinished V 4-J671, or visit Adult EducaJticn

Time For ActionAdmit made in l the future like annexingsome 1951 Ford Tudor ., MATTRESSES- REBUILT II tional Office Information., USO 'Bldg.Negro for adult addl

:more property." -$15 New Innerspringsand Complete Tmee Service contact principal RJE School tfch*
it or not-business definitely "ain't what it used Box Spring
Pruning Bradflf Do-MoM- WORTH THE TRIP
to be. YomallV Drop Us a V Card or Can Ins Cavity Work Tree Re- Mobile Homes-Always below

We take no pleasure in stating this fact, and do so onlyin Negro PALATKA EA 5-9188 moval Transplanting market and clean.

the belief that a problem faced is a problem half licked. 1954 Ford Tudor"-$195 STARK WO 4-5334 Sapp's Tree Surgeons 'LAKE GENEVA

Certainly, nothing can be gained by hiding the figures and Commits Suicide MBS. PEGGY 8HALLER, Starke,' PETE 8APP. Owner V TRAILER :PARK

pretending that nothing has happened. .Acest STAEKE PHONE WO 4-S9M 1 ml! SE .of; .Keystone Hts.

Vacant buildings have been cropping up on Call Streetin (Continued from Page One] For Rent V or Sale*- Houses, Reason- For Expert Tree Surgery CaD Our on Route 100

increasing numbers recently. No cause for alarm, per- 31 1 !IF More Clean Late able. J. T. Qulgley. Itchg Agent FOR REST Nice 2 bedroom
trial Phone WO 4-S965 .
haps-but certainly cause for concern. Any backward step on charges of assault and FOR SALE -V 14 ft. FlbresU boat. 224 N. Temple unfurnished house. Refrigerator 'II.cludtd.
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battery with intent to kill in con- V Models To Choose From trailer and 12 Hp Elgin motor UOO $56 month..'CaU. WO 4-t39S.
is a step in the wrong direction. nection with a shotgun shooting Call WO 9-1755. Itp INCOME TAX SERVICE its;

Faced with a situation of this kind, there are two alter- in Lawtey' last fall, Reddish said. FOR SALE '3 b.dr..ua bloekb.u.e. All Mondays day Saturdays.thru Fridays after :S p. m. FOR !THE BEST IN

natives: 1)) Sit around and talk about it. 2)) Do something Rachael herself had served time Har4wt' ft..,. Btntifally Charles Hntehewi, 521 Pratt fit.WO .
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Uadtcapetf. Patio a4 UUe Bar- I-IUS 13tchg 4-13
about it before it is too late. We much prefer the latter andwas V under a ,lifetime parole w I I H&IIIrLYDE ',eve Pit. Pries t Mil. ills Pratt SHELL HOMES

course. for murder of a Lawtey Negress It. Pia... VfO 4-5111 .r WO 4-3211.trek* ,W"TED.R.. N. or L. p. N. Nurse Call Eston Jordan
several years ago. for relief work. 4 days a week.
One thing we can do is to create a County Development Doctors Hospital tfchg
Deputy Reddish stated that* the FOR SALE Furnished apartment I WO 4-2914
Authority with the power and finances to swing into action incident was a clear-cut suicide house. < apartments, 21 rooms-5
Beautiful Olympic
bath Two blocks from Post Office.. FOR !SALE .
when a need or an opportunity presents itself. The worth and no; inquest would be held. :214: N.- Cherry St. See owner J.. R.Bullington .,t 21" TVr Radio and phonograph

V of such mechanics has been well illustrated in recent monthsin When found he .said, the victim & : TERWILLEGAR V tfchg I combination new 21" G. E.$1(9.45 V Console wt. with Also new like THE RIGHT POINT far the

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our neighboring counties of Clay and Union. It can work was lying on her back ,with her FOR picture tube, $149.50. Dahmer's' Gift way you write. Come ta tad select
Shop. 112 E. Call St. Itchg
HOME REPAIRING-DOCKS :
left hand
dangling off the bed.
here also. mm
The gun was on the floor beside TODAY JIMMY ADDITIOX8 RICKS, JR.CALL LE 3-2072. Landscaping We will draw I a plan. year fftToHte.ESTEBEBOOff. :
After more than a hundred years of more or less steady the bed two inches V'V V STARKE. "''LA. V for future planting. Rates 310920.V ..
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA ,



j STARKE.. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JANUARY 26 1961 .

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Tuesday, Jan. 31: door to Ducky's.If Guard and is stationed at Cape: ...YYY..YTYTTTT TTYWTyt ter
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade. 24 points. The Melrose lassies
Mass at St. William's 7:45: a. m. you have things to sell please May N. J. He is a member of BHS Mr. and, Mrs.
James ,
Beverly edged the Hawthorne team 42-17
Brownie Troop 229 to meet at bring them to the store room on Class of 1960. MELROSE and of
son Moultrie
Ga.spent last Carol
Hurst with
high
By Mary K. Schaeffer St. William's Hall after school. Wednesday, at which time the PersonalsMrs. was scorer
Saturday with
First Aid Meeting, 7:00: p. m., at ladies will classify and price then!. Lena Clemens and her two W. Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. J. 22 points. Saturday night Ft.
Fire By Mrs Alice Rothhammer'waua.w..aaaaa.aa.u i White beat the boys 4137. The
House.
Any donations will be appreciated.PTA sons spent last weekend in Tam- The Strickland
family has moved boys, now with a 7-6 record were
Wednesday, Feb. 1
KALENDAR I 3:30.: : Tonight pa visiting Mrs. Clemens' sister,
from Lake Santa Fe to
Gaines- led
by Larry Strawn who scored
FOR THIS WEEK Duplicate Bridge Club. 8:00: p. Bring rummage to old Western The regular monthly meeting Mrs. H. W. Anderson, and her
This past week we have done a I m. at library. Auto Bldg. for sale tomorrow.St. of the Keystone Heights Parent- four children. On their way; home,, Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey Clark of ville.Mr.. and Mrs. V. Y. 14 points. The girls team over-
Hartsville, S. Crawley threw Ft. White with the score of
bit of research on the various Saturday, Jan. 28: William's Choir Practice, Teacher Association will he held they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert I C. on their Florida visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred

times of meetings of various organizations Catechism for children, grades 7:30: p. m. at church. tonight [Thursday], having been! Hutchinson and family of Orlando honeymoon stopped by to see Fanning Springs Moodyat 4030. Carol Hurst led again with
I Miss Rita Tiller. recently.A 20 points, but was followed closelyby
I and came up with the 1-6, St. William's Hall 10:00-: Thursday, Feb. 2: postponed from last Friday due I who are former residents of bridal shower
Mr. and was given for Virginia Ford who tallied 18.
Mrs.
St. William's Clarence C. Holden
Altar to -
following "Keystone Kalendar"for 11:00: a. m.Sunday Society semester exams. The meetingwill this area. I Mrs. Ray Mathews last
week Rummage Sale in old Western begin at 8 m., but if The attended the Chamber of Com- Thursdayat This Friday finds Trenton here
this : Jan. 29: p. you Rafferty twins, Pat and the Woman's
merce banquet Club by Mrs. for a home and Saturday
Thursday Jan. 26, (today!: Go to church. See Church No- Auto Bldg. are interested in talking to yourchild's Sandy, were weekend guests of in Palatka Thurs- Henry Williams Mrs. Carl game
day night. Ford. night an away game with Lake
Garden Club of the Lakes meetsat tices elsewhere in this column. Community Church Choir Prac- teachers, come at 7:30: at Carol Ann Warren recently, at theJ. Mrs. Hinnant and Mrs.
2:00: p. m.Community. Baptist Church Concord Choir tice, 7:30 p. m. which time they will be in their W. Warren home on East Lake- Mrs. Lois Rayburn and son Dampier.The Rudolph Butler is scheduled.

Church Choir, will practice at 6:00: p jn. at Church. Mother's March of Dimes this rooms for consultation. view Drive. The Rafferty girls Tommy, left last week for Athletic Booster Club helda

practice at 7:30: p. m. Monday, Jan. 30: evening. Please Say Yes. Beginners' Spanish Class are from Gainesville. Atlanta Ga. bake sale at the post office Sat
Friday, Jan. 27: Girl Scout Troop 147 meets Friday, Feb. 3: For a long time, Mrs. Jorge Tommy MacDonald of Orlandowas Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mason and urday.

Rotary Club meets at 12:15: after school in Melrose Parish St. William's Altar Society Valldejuli has been plagued by an overnight guest recently Mrs. V. Y. Crawley spent a few Winners- of the Duplicate tMoOSCa't

Noon. House. Rummage Sale. people who thought she should of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warren days in Ft. Walton with Mrs. Wilson's Club were: First place Miss Bridge Iva '

Antique and Camellia Show at Catechism for teen-agers at St. Rotary Club meets, 12:15: noon. start a course in conversational and family. Mr. MacDonald is an and Mrs. Crawley's father Hillyer and Mrs. Edith Larsen 666
B. Weeks. ;
Woman's Club all afternoon and William's, 7:00: p .m. Girl Scout Troop 190 meets at Spanish for beginners. They, like old family friend who knew the second place, Mrs. R, P. Vogh k
evening. SpanishClass to be organized, Parish House after school. ourselves, felt they should knowa Warrens well when they all livedin Mr. and Mrs. R. J. George and I and Miss Gladys MeOW third
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Baptist Cherub and Carol 7:00: p. m., at St William's Hall. Duplicate Bridge, 8 p. m., at little of that tongue spoken in Clifton Forge, Va. He was on daughter Tommy Ruth visited place Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs.

Choirs to practice at 3:45: p. m. 1 I Art Classes, at Dot Newman's. Woman's Club. countries so close to us here in a business trip for his employer, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sapp. Dottie Scully; and fourth place, INSURANCE
We would like to thank Jack Florida. An then perhaps we couldbe Westinghouse.Mrs. Julian Ashley spent three daysin
Girl Scout Troop No. 190 to|I 7:00: p. m. the U. S. Mrs. Alice Ketchum and Mrs. AutoFireCasualtyBonds
meet at St. Anne's Parrish House,i iI C. A. P. Cadets, 7:30: p ..mBEGINNER'S Haberstroh, Zee Tolles, Edith more intelligent listeners to Edward Bleha left last Navy Hospital last Helen Phelps. and Allied Lines
Brantley, Irene Dawson, Lena the late evening radio programs Wednesday to visit her daughter, week.Mr. The Melrose basketball
Clemens, and Bee Cooper for which all and Mrs. Harry Bradley boys Insurance
are Spanish-or as far Mrs. Gather Queen, and family in team lost two last weekend Reynolds
games -
CLASSIN I their help in compiling this list. as we are concerned, Greek. Orlando. spent the weekend In Tampa with
but put up a good fight in Agency
Hue Club Meets Now at their son and daughter-in-law,
last Mrs. Valldejuli has
Mrs. Edward Maguire, who has
both. Friday night the Hawthorne W. L.
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISHwill Mrs. John Karges entertained decided to start a class which been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley. 70-64 ReynoldsPh.
Hornets beat the Bulldogs
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford and 2442 2701
her Club
Rug-Hooking at her will organize
Monday evening, Conneen on Magnolia Ave. for the
in overtime match. Brown
be organized 7 p. m. Monday, Jan. 30 St. William's home Wednesday afternoon of Jan. 30, at St. William's Hall. Fees past month, left for her home in daughters Doris and Virginia, and an high for the Larry losers with Keystone Heights, Fla.
was scorer
Hall-Keystone Heights. last week. The club meets once aweek will be $1 an hour. Be sure to get Baltimore on Thursday of last Mrs. Helen Whitton and childrenof I

but on different days, so It in at the beginning, amigos! (We week. Mrs. Maguire is Mrs. Con- Largo spent a day in Green
' MRS. JORGE VALLDEJULI, Instructor would be difficult to place the can't help being just a little neen's mother. Cove Springs with Mrs. Ford and I

Former language instructor at Michigan State Univer- (meeting on the calendar. pedantic!IEuphoneous Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston Mrs. Whiddon's sister and broth-
Local members of the club er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K
are City Council OWL
attended the Convention of the
sity, and currently teaching at Clay High School, Green Novak and '
family.
Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs. C. L. Now it won't be hard to remem- Florida Purchasing Agents at the "
Cove Springs. Sipe, Mrs. John Karges, Mrs. A. ber the members of City Council.In Mayflower Hotel last weekend.Mr. Kathaleen Wilks, nine monthsold lt >

INSTRUCTIONAL FEES-$1.00 Per Hour C. Holt, Mrs. J. A. Williams Mrs. looking at the picture of these and Mrs. J. A. Williams entertained daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \
Henry Bixby, and Mrs. Rosa. Pi[ handsome men in last week's issue Sunday afternoon with Hugo Wilks of Edgewater died

per. There are also a number of it occurred to us that becauseof an oyster dinner. They had been Jan. 18. Mrs. Wilks is the daughMental CJ

ladies from Gainesville in the the similarity of names, "it to the Gulf and brought back

club. would be easy to remember 'the oysters in the shell, which they HealthFor I S

ME DECORATING SHOPIn Antique And Camellia names of the Councilmen; 1. e.; served all kinds of ways. Guests

Show On Friday Haberstroh and Hetherington, and included Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Han- information

The Keystone Heights Woman's ,Beasley and Beam and Wiggins son, Mr. and Mrs. William Pinon, contact on problemcases MICHIGAN

Wiggins But i ng Keystone Heights Club will hold its Camellia and I and Williams. And pqdd, who and Mr. and Mrs. John Karges. You not understand how
may a
Antique show,on Friday afternoonand doesn't seem to have a mate-but

.y evening of this week. There who could forget him? When we FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH happening television set miles can show things how Lansing, the Capital city and from an attraction standpoint -
PAINTS AND : or
awry -
mH\(\ will be a 50c admission charge. think of City Council, we auto- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS the automatic transmission on 'gets more attention from tourists than any other

),! PAINTING AIDS The antiques which were collected matically think of Dodd, because J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph your car works so smoothly, but single.tra\'ellure. It is' said that Gov. Austin Blair
from who live both in ,
-.... i I persons he's been a member as long as we Copeland Minister of Music and you can enjoy these benefits with-
utAlUSM" i Keystone Heights and other nearby can remember,- and probably will church organist. out knowing how they work. whoSe statue commands the front approach to the

i towns, will be both on exhibition go on being one.In'Inaugural Services: Sunday School, 9:45: You may not understand how building is the most photographed man in the state-
Wall Paper Samples '
and on.sale. Mrs. Harold Parade Chiropractic restores health to
m Morning Worship U a. m. so
[Lawrence is in charge of the an- I SR [Seaman Recruit Charles .Training Union 7 p. m. Evening many people, but the fact remains and he has been dead 100 year School and other large

I tiques. If: you have anything to i W. Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred services 8 p. m. it does, and in many cases groups may get a guided tour by writing the State

Vfe Do Papering and PaintingFREE :display or to sell see her. I Ellis of Lake Geneva, was among after everything else has failed. 'Property Manager in the State Capitol before arrival.
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TIre EIGHT POfNl
Mrs. Sara McDonald is in !the' paraders on Friday at the 2vr me
Estimates Phone Keystone 4505LEE'S !charge of the flower portion of !Inauguration in Washington, D.C. way yea write. Com. !In and select You ran save 5 $ $ $ by consulting .. .

the show. Displays will 'riot be In Charles is with the U. S. Coast your favorite FSTEIU ROOK you Chiropractor first. S
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. Write or phone THE KEV8TOHE STATE BANK
-- competition, but will be merely to .

. .. compliment the antique displays. III CHIROPRACTICBollhiiger
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DRIVE-IN I If and you wish have to especially display them nice, be blooms sure Attention Livestock Producers! Dr. H G. MEMBER P.D.I.C.

THEATREKeystone to bring them and bring your A Friendly Bank in A' Friendly Community
own container. Also a card with
If have
you hogs or Keystone Heights, Fla.
Chiropractic Offices
your name and any other pertin-
Heights cattle to sell now or in
ent information thereon. the future please con- 728 E. University, Ave. Gainesville
Mrs. George Phelps is general
tact one of the buyers 428 N. Walnut St. Starke
chairman of the show.
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Fri., Sat., Sun.-Jan. 27, 28, 29 Duplicate News at Copeland Sausage ,

The Duplicate Bridge evenings Company and give them ,

All Shows Start At 7:00 P. M. have been changed to Fridays, an opportunity to buy
YOUR WHOLE FAMILY WILL LOVE FALCON'S!
and in spite of the Antique and livestock.
.. your '
Camellia Show on Friday evening, SIZ.E..ITSCOMFORT..I1SUytlCS rn [lJ@@

r..TO LIFT UP YOUR HEART AND TO LIGHT the Duplicate Bridge Club will COPELAND OFFERS YOU Everybody loves a Falcon its .

meet at the Woman's Club as us- 4 BIG ADVANTAGES 1 just-right-for-parking size .its i .

UP THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD FOREVER! ual-this time in the Library. In big,6-people comfort. its sensible Ik IUL JIT 1 [ i m l i I i II

the event they are too crowded, 1. Cash market saving ways!That's why over
vtAtJ1fBFllA\\ they will move the playing to the every day. have made
( proud owners
; \. ..: ./..,. Masonic Hall. Playing starts 2. No commission. America's best-selling compact.

.. .. .. promptly at 8 o'clock.On 3. Special consideration given to meat why we Ford Dealers are now
; January 13, Bee Cooper and
; offer a Falcon Wagon Valentine Special.VALEraffiE
Sarah Mansfield were high scor- hogs
: type at a price you can't afford
ers, and Lucille Nelson and Lucille -
ai Davie tied. with'Alice Ketchum 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities. with really big trade-in ;; :
Come on in soon.Get the -
and Helen Phelps for second
:; ;' ,c place. ever on our Falcon Valentine .

.. On January 20, Alice Ketchumand \
CALL COLLECT
HO 2-3011
Helen Phelps were high scor-

ers, and Lucille Nelson and Lu- S
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CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON .
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cille Davie were second high. SAYINGESFSWEETHEAKf I
Get Busy, Seamstresses! S PRESTON. POLK '

i 0 You gals who are interested in of them all

entering the Vogue Pattern Sew- 1

'' ing Contest had better do so Immediately CopelandSAUSAGE
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'. Dawson, 4181 or Mrs. Leamon
COMPANY 0 ALACHUA FLORIDA
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Ward 3503 now and make your


McKAY AT KEYSTONE arrangements.The date for. the contest is. _

February 21. i ,
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Some people are confused on the

sewing contest and the fashion
DIANA SHORES Development Opportu- show. The fashion show will be

nity. 1400 ft. Lake Front on March 9, and will feature t9

22 acres. 50 ft. Private Road. 5 miles South of Grandin. ready-made garments from Gain- k MILK

$10,500. Terms. esville and Palatka shops. Models SlHWAll
FALCON SHOWN WITH WHITE
will be local women. Mrs. Eloise 'S s TIRES OPTIONAL AT CXTIA COST.

Two Choice Lots. Sandy Cook is chairman of the Fashion
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Beach.. Good Shade.
February for the models. r 92c WAGON EXTRAS .
each. Terms.CRYSTAL gaL YOU'LL GET ALL THESE FALCON .
$3,750 Please Say Yes AT NO EXTRA COST! Up to 30 thrifty miles per

Mrs. Everett Fox will be Chair- t. gallon-4,000-mile oil changes-Ioadspace over COM M NOW FOt THE ,
*2 000 Cash. man of the 1961 March of Dimes.
with .
LAKE 7 feet long tailgate -
Her co-chairmen will be Mrs. Sam
'- Ice Cream front and rear seats-convenient roll-down SWEETEST DEAL
Gardner who will assist her in interior-no-wax
window-tough all-vinyl.
gate
94 THE COMPACT FS19FALCON
delegating Jobs for the town area,
YrX Diamond Lustre Finish, and many more. Makeit
HALF MOON $1,750 Terms. and Mrs. Raymond Mann who Eggs Bread a date.Bring the whole family.Bet you'll start '
will be in charge of Lake Geneva : It
"going steady" with America's new sweetheart .
Hillcrest. and McRae. The school
Cheese Falcon. .
children will have all this week to Cottage
Bedroom 2 Baths Room LatabelUmlowf! ,
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Excellent 3 Large Living fill their little cards and return ,

Fireplace, Furnished Kitchen. Large Corner.Lot.. $15- them to their teachers,.and theMother's Nervuin a riot? Orange Juice S ; '
500. Terms. Marth' will be on Thursday R.gainyour filthWdhadauydsl.. AMl lcA'S MOST.LOYEO COMPACT CAR!I.o.vev.o.o .
.o.o.owrorTERWII4J.GAR
evening Feb. 2. So have your .

porch light on, and "Please say
S. E. M'KAY REALTORAssociates "yes" to the %new March of MOTORS : 5

Dimes!" *>

: Mrs. M. Ilgen & Irene Brault I Rummage Sale

; St. William's, ,tar, Society will
206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE FLA.
Phones: 3071.2051.2391.4151Keystone I hold a' Rummage Sale on Febru- ,

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Dr.KEYSTONE.A. C. Holt HEIGHTS Minister HAMPTONSTj Games sandwiches period followed,, and cookies: a refreshmentsf short and cokes devotion LAWTEY\ BROOKIR rooms they are and pushed more again furniture.for !1111 ( I


Mrs J. L. Hetherington will have another
rere served at the close of the I working
Organist and Choir Director Mrs. I). E. Hill By Enza Blanchard By Shirley 'Green
evening Saturday, and are asking for

Sunday-School. 9:30 a. m. Morn- ..aaaaLAAAAALAAAAAAA.AA.Faculty PersonalsMrs. t i .AAAA.A4AAA AA. A AAA by any of the men who can :

ing Worship. 110 a. m. .araJAUAaaaLAaA/aa1 As.W'SCs .
Eva Birt has been very ill Hope to have more news of
Changes This WeekAt Earl G. Cook, GM2 stationed at
j it her home for the last community next week.
week Mr. MeetingThe
St. William's Catholic Chapel Hampton Elementary, I ..
'ewport., L. spent the weekend ,
and Mrs. E. F. Hawes of Tampa Lawtey: Methodist WSCS
Keystone Heights With a new, semester beginning ; with Mrs. Beulah Harrell 'and
have been staying here to help met with. Mrs Orville Bumgarner
last Friday, Jan. 20,. two
new family. He isassignei: to the USS XOTICE
J Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown for Tuesday night. After the usual
Bunaay Mass at 8:30 care
: a. m.
teachers are on the scene at Rhodes which i was'in Maypprt for, The Board of County
Holiday Mass at 7:00: a. m. :Hampton Elementary School this ]tier mother. business session and devotional, the weekend.Mr ers! of- Bradford County, '

Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swindell the first three chapters of the will sell to the highest bidder
week. Mrs. Rebecca Jusick took and Mrs. Schley DeLoach 13:00 o'clock soon, on )
Confessions beore all Masses. ,over the'fourth and fifth 1 began work on a new room addition new study book, "Safe in Bond- February S, 1961, the following
grades of Jacksonville spent the weekend
Baptisms, marrlaces and Instructions : to their frame home last ," were presented by Mrs dorlbed. at the County Jail:
age
on Monday this week from Mrs. with .19f8 ,' 12'A:
Mrs. W. T.,Blair'and family.] One Ford Club Coupe.
by appointment. Barbara Pearson and Miss Louise 'week. The new addition will be Bumgamer, Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and No. 8S9A2J2H11., Title 218624): ,

alongside the front porch, facing and Miss Enza Blanchard. Re- per case No. 8ISO. I
Stern of Starke took over music family of Americus, Ga. were One 1950' OldSmobile 88. 1980 'I
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Pine St.
freshments served the .
were ty
classes on Wednesday for Mrs. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. LJsense 81t -10485. ID Xo. \% &
CHUBC3, KEYSTONE Carolyn Canova. Mr. and: Mrs. David Fouraker hostess at the close of the meet with radio in car. as per case
Evan Hodges.
and children, visiting here from 8218.
Sundays 9:30 a. m., Church I Mrs. Pearson, who has been ing. Mrs.. Ernest Edwards: and Mrs. Oar 1940 Ford 4-door Sedan
Beaufort, S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Home Demonstration Club gins Xo. 13 5346902, 1S5S
School 9:30: a. m., Morning teaching fourth and fifth grades ;William Fowler and children were .'The Lawtey Home Demonstration W. E. Bighan,,Jr. attended PTAin Xo. 51-1306. As per 'case Xo. %

Prayer and Sermon list Sunday, since the beginning of the school Starke Tuesday night., One green 12 ft. plywood ;
:supper guests of the J. A. Wil- Club met Thursday morning 2 hand spotlights one ;
Holy Communionl. 6 .m. Epis- year, plans to move next week to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green,
p of batterycables 2 gigs;
]liams' on Saturday evening.Mr. with Mrs. J, C. Tye in her new set ;
copal Young Churchmen. St. Petersburg with her husband, Cherie Hinton, and Gene Edwardswere boat paddles. As per case \o. S :
and: Mrs. Arnold Haddock home. Plans were completed for : '
Oldsmobile 88 4
,
One 1951
Don Pearson who will
be
gradu-
and
Holy Days 7:30: a. m., Holy :and children:: of Jacksonville visit- the meeting of the County Coun- color green Fla. license 1960
Communion. ated from the University of Florida Mrs. P. M. Vickery and family, in lHV-68.03 .Motor No. 51 i\\-1133.
I ed here Saturday at the home of cil Tuesday morning, and plans
inI case Xo. 8232.
Third Wednesday Parish this Saturday with a B. S. DeFuniak Springs Sunday and per
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan also started for the achievementday (SEAL)
Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30P. : pharmacy Mrs. Pearson's class ,Johnson.Mr. Monday. Charlea A. Darby
Mrs.R. .
and
in April. Mrs. Tye
m. honored her with a surprise party Mrs. Fred Clark and I Irs Den Clerk CircuitCourt..
in the last afternoon and Mrs. A. J. Sontag and E. Lee were'appointed as the ; Bradford County,'.,Florida.
room Friday nis Hodge visited Mrs. Corbett
The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, l-itt
children of Ocala visited here committee on exhibits.' Other'com
and presented her 'with a Horne in the hospital in Lake .
Vicar. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. mittees will be appointed later. __ u___
gift. Mothers who assisted -
present
i City last Sunday.
y with the Mrs. Watterson. The Sontags lived at At noon a luncheon was served, ._ ,,, ,, .j'
party
were I Mr. and Mrs.-Ray Laullen. of
Faith Presbyterian the Watterson's during World including the usual bring-it-your.
I James Gnann, Mrs. Merle Pack- Maumee, Ohio visited Mr.. and
Church, Melrose War II when he stationed at
was self sandwich, supplemented by '
ham, and Mrs..Loper. Mrs.' M. O. Harrell and family : :' .
Camp Blanding. Mr. and Mrs. stuffed celery, chocolate cake, and v -C, ';., ; .
Sunday services-Churcn School. Mrs. Jusick will be taking over Saturday.Mr. ,{tt ,. .,, ,. ,',..\ !'.:'. '>.'".. '
Owen Bryant of Waldo were sup coffee served by the hostess. Six ,.,-. \
9:45: a.m. Morning Worship. 11 her first teaching position, as she and Mrs. Alvin Coretz oj >1 ;, ; '; ; -- .
per guests Saturday at the Wat- members and Miss Ross were \'I
ajn. Rev. Jaaw s R. Neale Jr., pas- .graduates this weekend from the terson's.Mr. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs: 4e1

tor. University of Florida with a degree present. I R. H'Green and family Sunday. ..
and Mrs. M. L. Watterson I
Personals .
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in elementary education. She J.E. Townsend visitedMrs. Lola' invites to see
'I' lives in'Gainesville. planned to leave Tuesday for a Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther you
Wi
Townsend and Mrs and Mrs.
TRLVTTY EPISCOPAL i
week in Brandenton with Mr. and Allen ,
Hilliard were Mr. and Mrs. .
Various classes at the Hampton ownsend In WauchuIa ove#
CIIEI; CII E.
MELROSE school taking achievementtests Mrs. Donald McMahone and son. Starling over the weekend, 'Mrs.Louis ;: ; '0. AMBER GRAY
are the weekend. the anew
to be there for the birth .
eighth Frigo and daughter, Frankie V
Sundays 10 a. m., Church a standardized test for Mrs. O. P. Hale and Mrs. Myrtle .

School 11:15: a.m., Morning Prayer measuring levels of leading, day of their grandson, Donnie on Wainwright' on Sunday, and, Steve. Scarbrough and daughters of

and Sermon (First Sunday, mathematics, and other subjects.The Saturday.Joe Starling Jr. and Miss itargia Worthington visited Mrs. H. Ot+ :

Holy Communion). 6 p.m.. Episcopal tests either have been, or will Call attended church services I. Crews, all of Jacksonville, on 'Sari Brown and ,Mrs. Mary Green BnrroijgTEN.

!'Young Churchmen. be. given to grades through eight. at Rock Church near Gra- urday. s Sunday. ,
ham on Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Beulah L. McDaniel of
Holy Days lo a. m.. Holy School pictures, scheduled to .Mr.: and Mrs. Olan Parrish of
be given at the school last week : Gloria Waters was in Bradford Jacksonville visited Mr. and'Mts.,
Communion.The Lake Butler visited Mr. and MraEvan ;;
were postponed, and will be taken :County Hospital in Starke Wednesday *- H. C. Harley and family FridayMrs. KEY
Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, r Hodges Saturday night i
i as the photographer iis and Thursday last week :McDaniel lived here; as' 4 ALPINE SLUE
Vicar. : as soon Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cook of + -
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for treatment. child with her parents, and .
able to be at the school, accordin ijr. Lake City were Sunday afternoon V

? to J. C. Hobbs, principal., Mr. Mrs. Ethel Tidwell spent last Mrs. Charles Sapp, whom we ret guests of Mr and Mrs. M. Oi ,

FIRST-, METHODIST CHURCH Hobbs said the photographer (its weekend visiting in Jacksonville member as former residents.'*"of Harrell; and family. I ELECTRIC I
Mrs. Alice Chester who has
1 ,
Lawtey. V
.
MELROSE to contact him as soon as a new .John Green of the University of >.
appointment is set up. been here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest, Lprf : \
Gainesville is-spending
Florida in
Sunday\ 9:45: a. m.. Church The pecan tree stump was re- Edward Chester for two months. am and Lamar were Sunday afternoon ; ;
end of semester holidays with
School for all ages. 11 a. m., moved from the playground southof leaves next Monday for her homein guests of Mr. and .Mrs. the: V.ADDING I I.V
,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. U .
Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m., the school on Monday this Washington, D. C. Ernest Williams: and son Dannyin Green. I

Youth'Fellowship. week after nearly three monthsof Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Brown of Wellborn, and Mr. and "Mm, *, V
l4r.-and Mrs. Al Rain of Archer '
Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., Bible digging by eighth grade boysin Jacksonville visited here last Sumraerlin and Joe of Lake, City., visited Mrs.,Mamie Hodges Satur MACHINE I I

Study and Prayer Meeting. their free time. Mr. Hobbs weekend with Mrs. T. F. Brown. Mrs. L. H. Hill. Mrs. Mae Wells,': day night. <.-. '.., .

Rev. Ted Springer, Pastor supervised cutting of the tree last and Miss Enza Blanchard visited t
1..w.WWWy.yyyyyyyyyy, . . . e Mr. land' Mrs. W. W. Raborn I' I > SEA.MIST 0REE&Isrssgte
-- Mr. and Mrs. W. H Jones in St.
and ;
fall to clear more play space, and Mrs. Cecil,Moore of Jackson*

the older boys have been workingon Augustine Sunday afternoon.We villa visited Mrs. Beulah !Harrell gin's' te latest for the modern omce

I clearing the stump. New pine ti lEIiBROMBy regret to report that Claude *. '
and family Tuesday tMr. ; '
I 7. '' an.electrlc-!
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tree sprouts were set out along Hilliard is confined in Bradford .
.
a r and Mrs.-Frank Tinney and .t" .
; the east and west boundaries of ''Mrs.: Harvey McCarthy Hospital. His friends all hope he sons of Gainesville:.were. Sunday T.'Key wISi m BalanceToucH ,

.,J.b the playground, last week by Mr. will soon recover and be at home
.Aau& afternoonguests of Mr. and Mrs, t 1: r): 'is. Uts
AUt4AA4A AAAAAAHowdy tWw _
the, boys. again. .
Hobbs.and T. W. Markey. .rt! j I!'
THE LITTLE CHICKS WMU Studies Indians Folks and our very best Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards It

P >rfe THE CLASS "Indians in,the Southwest" was wishes Orange Park spent Sunday afternoon !- and '
and congratulations to Mr. and daughters visited Mr.y THEM TODAY!
SEE
the program topic for the Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ,
THE BROODER HEAT WMU meeting at the and Mrs. L. M. Norman who are Roberts. Mrs. Harry--Ed wards-in Jackson : CAPRI C4Hl9IVY \
Baptist .
the proud vide Sunday afternoon, t-> 9 "T He, 4 r 4 '1 .
parents of
WE GET FROM GAG home of Mrs. Lonnie Melton on a son born PFC Freddie Dinkins has been ,
Saturday at 6 MrS; Clara Cone and Mrs Glen V
evening Jan. 17. p.m., in a Miami spending some of his leave with .

-s\ ;Tuesday- iii: ion work among the Indians hospital.Jeffrey The Lane'Norman.new arrival,,:,wainamed" ,JJ3grand paints Mr. and Mrs; ville Cone visited and daughters Mr. and, of Mrs.:oJacksoJto'Er.rH.: .... .-oJ,: r'";' $199 PLUS TAX o.: :' :. 0

Mn
\
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was described by Mrs. W. P. P. L. Dinkins. After visiting his ,
ITS THE and Mrs. Norman Green and family and Mr. and '
TOPS WITH n McElroy Mrs. Frank Clark, Mrs. are of Miami mother in Avon Park he will re. Welch .t
and this Mrs. Donald Sunday. V
US/ K. B. Watterson, Mrs. D. E. Hill, community. Mrs. Normanis port to Tacomatt.Wash.-.where he

r and dolls Mrs.and C.arrowheads L. Cooper.were, Indian displayed land.the Grandparents former Miss Sandra are Mr Strick-: and will be Detachment assigned to in a.Alaska.Military Police Gainesville Mr.'and Mrs.'Charles were weekend Harrell.Perry guests of MP Q DGOUNT? TOAPH ;

Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. M. O.
Clayton
and members wore Indian Strickland of Kings- Mrs. Hattie Darley and Miss : < *i i 4. t 0
ley Lake and, Mr. 'and Birthday party ,
Mrs.: Leon .
add to the atmo Sinnie Prescott attendedthe
r. costumes to :: recently entertained
Mrsl:
Norman of Miami Earl Green 1 J.
and the I
At the close of the meet community meeting of the Black Creek '
sphere. her .
her niece Cherie Hinton, ou ."M' f1.1 'U"r n m-n t.
ing refreshments of coffee, 'cokes Association at the'! Caleb''Baptist; last
,Rev. Luther A. 5th birthday with a party
and cake were served by the McGee, pastor of ,Jacksonville;!': ..
,Community .
at the. -
afternoon
Heilbronn Friday
Baptist '. ,
hostess. Church preached Weekend guests'of Mr. and Mrs. .. .,
There 16 guests
Center were
,
Members of the WMU also took an inspiring message Sunday H. 'C. ,Wainwright were their son 1t .
Prizes
morning. Sunday: present to help celebrate. '
the meeting at evening the and Cecil Pierce of t
charge of prayer congregation Clyde friends were 'won by Patty" EdwardS and .
also
the.church the previous week, observing was inspired bya Bartow :and Bob Pearce of Jack- Naomi Mann. Out oftown; ..guests
sermon offered '
WMU focus week. by Rex Brookins. sonville. ''Mrs. Wainwright's bro- : .
Mr. Brookins : were Beth and Lynde Cornwell Of ,- .,
Baptist IntermediateTU a young man we ther, Ancel Starling of Bartow!
are very proud of Gainesville
feels
Class Ila party he has spent the night with the Wain-
.
that Mrs.Jean' ,
to report
been called We are glad \
'by God to
Intermediates'tettded4he lat- preach. He the. weak. Mrs.Ancel .
Twenty-two wrights during
l last
l twill be Douglas came home
Training Union class t given the'opportunity to Starling is a patient in the confined to > :,.;..1- )
after' being ( < .
!bring Tuesday I "'
messages twice '
[party at Hampton Baptist Church J a month at Medical Center at Gainesville.. Hospital fai ., .
General'
I t IHeiibronn and will be licensed Alachua ,'> ,
11
withtheir at{
last. ; Friday evening, along Mrs. Wainwright and daughter, weeks. ., .". ., V '
several
ja i later date. If your church Gainesville for ... _. .n ; ; )
leaders; Mr. and Mrs. Milton I would --- V V ,
_. ___I like to have Mr. Brookins preach Mrs. W. L. Duban, visited Mrs..; ... _
for Starling one day last week, t yy y rryR 9YYY
you you may 'do
so bj
con- The Red Cross First Aid class .
"We eliminate the middleman's profit"
tacting Heilbronn's

I Luther A. McGee. Call pastor.Rev. McGee Rev. continues to meet Thursday afternoon CLAY HILL ,1A you know iat medallion homes offer

collect [ at 3:15. Aa., .,JS<* .i ft' -
t t.r person to
[ person] at t :
One Quart *,
Each Mrs. Martha Bales went to At- -
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By : .
lanta with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. : : .
Gallon [f .u buy., .d 1 of the Church evenings nights with, Sundays the exception and Denmark Jo market. t- )" 0 :'


II Start at $2 $5.98 GaL Uo/I Wednesdays. and Mrs.Mrs.G. L. Peterson visited Mr. ".Well! folks, we are sack home ..""....,- b. f;
Prices qt. I Another announcement of interest Sunday, afternoon.Mrs. R. E. Lee. and family again, living and working here ,r. T..'.


to be is held the at Brotherhood New River meeting Milo Smith has returned alone. When we say working, vre 0 :; : 'i<<: f'j : >: .' ,:: : i!." i
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Church mean just that. A place can real ; 0 ; ,
home
withrthe new son, who was o. .. ., ., .:.. : ,
Feb. 6 at 7:30 f ..
p jn. All men of in when I. ." .
ly run down a hurry !. ; .. .
born .. r .
in Bradford ; '
Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588 Friday Hospital. -<. "" NO ;,! i
N.W. 8th Av.c. the church meet I .
501 are requested to there is no one to take care of it .-n. :; .':':: i: :
.
: .
Miss Elizabeth Terry and "Mrs. .3' ., ; ..
.
; ', .,., -ii the pastor for this very importantevent. Francis constantly. So the seven weeks wewere ,, .'. .. .., r' :.,- ..... '" '. 1;.' /'. ,, ,
Campbell attended the t 0 .. ": 'J'.t. : r. 0 I :. .
"
absent really took a toll of ;: ;

.- -. ; Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. School Lunch Regional Meetingin this old place and we'have lots to ..; ,. '.} ',,r : .,,.. _, .: '" .. ..
I Ocala Saturday. .1 '
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L. C. Sapp and sons, Glen and do to get it back in shape/'Hop"e J'7 .: :
Saturday visitors! at '
the
Richard, were Mr. Sapp's parents, Frank< to .have"everything un4w :ontrol ; : : : ': _
'
Crucc home were Mr. and Mrs. ; .; \7 /: ::">+, : ; )
Mr. and :Mrs. Ellery Sapp, and ; again soon a Au. J 1. .":-'.1 : : ."
Mr. Sapp's sister Mrs. Emery. -iDuncan of A Jacksonville. ;
Irene Mrs. Duncan is their,.daughter:' Padgett>; tdla us he""''8:8: i _,;_',. ;,, .....';.. -. ."."..: ,... I '

Johns and family all of Jackson- "...\0 t "_ .._.. ....- doJRgk''A floin ttWflTlt"+arOTM the .,' .,'"''_-" !,".;:'-.'.. : ,,. ".
ville. : : "
THE SATURDAY OPENING OF .TTTTTTTTTTTTYrMTTTYTTlPINE school house last Thursday.. ,The : : : d l' '

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and Boy' Scouts' all turned 'out',to '< :? :; \ ,, -. : :. t

daughter, Judy, and their son '.. : .
STAR HOMES Inc. in-law and daughter. Mr. and L LEVEL help him; and he.:aaya 'they' were "t ':> ::, d : ; :':'
ihelpers when it comestd ,. .
good : [,
... ;
,! I Mrs. Bill Chambers of JacksonJ ;$JllJftlJidif. 'f, ... .. '".', ... '.._ '
running fire, lines and doing this ,. ..{,;.' ;'l<-:,.. ,'. ,.; .:: : "
vile "f" .Q"n..lft"
visited relatives '' ,
in White [ .
IBy Geraldine :
Fender] kind .of wbrkIt .is :well to- teach "

Our Sales Manager Will Be At The Springs and Lake City Sunday. 'a4A.. AWAAAAAu1 'our young'folks how to take.care tfJ": :>;." : ; 1 ; .; ; :" :: -:/ t

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank of these things, so they udll.'know '. b ,_ '. ... j- _V .._.T .
STAR HOMES OFFICE . l .
Norman and son, Ray were their We were glad to see a large at- how tft dd it later" on. .
sonrln-law. and'daughter Mr. and tendance .! : '
In'Church Sunday. Rev. .Visited Jim Strickland last week

Jin Highway 301 North Every Saturday Mrs Lamar Redjish: and daughter I W. E. Hall conducted the Sunday and he ,1s"getting along just fine. '

From 8:30 AM. To 6:30 P.M. ,?Karep, of Bustis for the weekend Services. He Us that Bill Pendarvisis; BLECTWC WATER HEATER-Thf heart of entrance wiriog to assure full power for toJay i

Before You ;Sign Any Building Contract For A Shell I and ,the Norman's son and Among those visiting: Church tells. also., .jtttir kJitfaeo-laundry. Speedy, safe-for proeoua appliances and*the..ones*ygu Hill --hw+. -.ttomorrow. .

',' daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday improving" peccscf mind. Plenty of convenient outlets and
Home, A Finished Home Or A Home Improvement : were Cecil Carnes and We .didn't i have. any way to attend switches '

I Clinton Norman of. Jacksonville brother of Lake Geneva Mr. Carl- Highland Church last Sun E L gCTRIC'RANG--Flarneless, smoke-free too. o. .

on Sunday. ton from ad iVMte-giavet dean.-Walls and curtains UGI1T FOR.LMNOit fof
Starke. and others we Lela f4Bht
day. Oneof our neighbors;
SEE STAR Mrs., Lois Henson and son of were happy to have. May brighter longer.fceie .!- modern living-for safetyrb rc-coafort aai : .
Lang, came after us.to"gQ to Clay
I Jacksonville spent the weekend We were delighted to see Mrs. Hill Church, so that is where'we f fcstP R3"-Four or more major decorative beauty. 1 il ,-

Finest Construction-The 'II with her parents. Mr.! and Mrs.E. Felix Sapp, who has been sick were last Sunday, during services! dtttricalAppliance* to make heusew.ork Look fob the MtdaHlcn-ih mark if eha
The Terms We Build
Lowest
C. [Ernie] Johns, her son for quite some time attend We are really'proud' this little > x trued excellence It's a uhcte! Keartonaptjar .

In Frame' Block Or Special ,Sidings- I Ronnie Kimbrell and her brother Church' Sunday morning. church. So many'more ire attend: owaR-lo4200ahpservice leter'lmng=dedri&my'; \

,: '', ,. ..TQ'ouc Plans Or ,Qurst it < : Warren. Mrs. H. M. McRae visited her ing former* !'did, and inUret "

Regret to report that Ernie daughter. Mrs.. Alan HaJLii;Jacksonville -, i ',hifh- 'ar."i3en..
Johns, and Mike and Shelia Norman last week. .

; STAR HOMES Inc!' children of Mr. and Mrs. -:Mrs;Ttorabdlemivers, who Ispresently rolled re' in present Sunday; '.The School.'and:
-t,. .. Harold Norman are 111. : |!!Staying. witmfie son at I wfa1'! the %banier Iwltli IT prestaUT&

Pvt. James Cowart, son of Mr. New.'RI er.; '.Vi sfted'rs. AS -J.Fenderlast t
The STAR Of The SHELL HOME BUILDERS Junior Choir 'lang"'tw : i e

and Mis. Floyd Cowart. will arrive ; Wed1Sday
: home today from Fort Jackson ?'Mt s.'Ai'r1e'Brbwnmg 1.)1s1U1\g FLORIDA, POWER & LI QHT.CbMia AN Y
Phone Us For A FREE Brochure cep alJ1iweWilf'theii ,fink try '
S. C. after completing his with MrXantt "* '
WO 4-1221 'Jtrt/W.yE atjie: alon .Tf. *- i- 1 HELPINQ BUILD FLORIDAP
I six months ") weefc .'9 :;; ?. 1
,. Welcome this :*:*: :
'''' ;:' J"'" ;,0'L 1. fH' I'home,-James' !trainlnp' ,,...... .= ,TR.1r' ;" .."""''I. ..: ", I ,.r_ -.1M1,>'t... iC14ytl11U.l'!' : Sunday.' ,,School-, l ll .

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; TL'RSDAY;. AAA Y- 6," 1981 BRADFORD' COUNTY* TELEGKAPH '
. ..fIIIh, ._ _T-4JUtJJ'FLORmA n ,._. PAGE SEVEN. ;
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., a I Methodwt Church 'r Uful silver gifts. -- ..."wn.n IiimtnlfRlttr.p... I'ter; jOarolyn,' of- i f lt Office Pox us ford Coun( Ploru, within! ctht!
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f R owe Demonstration Club i i I visited ){r. and .j la South Main Street: calendar ui'Tths' fi' .m tin) eli'- ?>f
Florida. I the firtt publication (.f thH n nut.Each .
E Schedule for week of Jan. 29: ,t The Home: Demonstration Club THEMSAt \ pier. Sunday. I' for the f,Ialntii!. I claim: or -iuj.ud court in in

ti : Sunday Church School 9:45: ;: met( Tuesday, Jan. IT i th.'Mrs.! Rev. and Mrs. M 1-5 It 1.%&! writing: and must sutr the place! of

'CHURCH N W$ a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.! DeWitt Sinclair.- After the program I t't t..uth 8 *- ; visited Mrs. Docie- I r'oaaty.Jnift'm-' Cuart IB And)' the residence claimant and and post-office must be address sworn of toby

Snack Supper for MYF, 6 p. 0\. ; on meal planning; refreshments Griffisw.au.u..w.taai.a' Starke Sunday ]i- Fr Bradford f..t, FlerUa.' I I', the claimant, his agent or his
., In re: Estate of Lester Kite, de attorney or it will become void according -
It YOuth Meetings. 6:30: p. m. Youth I were served by the hostess. report that JIr i I to law.December .

i Choir rehearsal, 7 p. m. EveningtoWorship. ; the 16 members present; Mr.. .improving and | .VOT1CE TO CREDITORS I I 30, 19(0.
and Mrs. J. B. Mills of AI, creditors #f the estate of"
I S L. J. Kite,
7:30 p. The curtain
m. A is' committee strength.
anno
nursery n- Green Cove, Springs visited their. I t"r Kite, deceased, are hereby! Administrator of the Estate of
Presbyterian Church CHRISTIAN CHURCH provided, at both services eachceSunday. : that the new drapenes-- are i Sgt. and Mrs. \" 'and requited to file any Lester Kit, deceasedFirst
son-!n-law and daughter 'i iand '
: Mr. and
or demands which they may : January 5,
to publication on
ready hang in the club house, have
Carl Clarke Minister ,; .son
Mrs. against said
Percy .Sullivan Tuesday. estate in the of-:<, 1961.
Thursday, '''Choir practice; 81 SUNDAY SERVICES Wednesday Circle 3 meets at and plans. are being made for a i Rev.. and Mrs. M. I Packhamand three 'years! in J <'ir of 'the. county Judge of Brad 1-J 4t 1-U
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home of Mrs. E. F. Mayton State ;' dress revue and: achievement day I Brannen: is the i;
P. m. 10:00: ajn. Bible School daughter, Anne and Mrs.. W..
Farm, at 10 a. m. Luncheon meet- ito be held by the club the"third W. Bible'1'Hersey... Sgt.'Br '
Packham
Saturday Junior Recreation, 11:00 jn. Worship '&' Com' ing with Mrs. Buford Mitchell ash!week< In May. attended have future duty ?

4 p. m. '*. .*...*-**. munion co-hostess. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 The County Council was well Conference Tuesday night i at Ft.. Benning,. Ga. ; Chevrolet 4w Oldsmobile
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Trinity Baptist Church In.: ,
.r p. m. I attended at Lawtey Tuesday. by t bun' 'great event, :
atj
School sonville. .
.
Sunday = Sunday 9:45 !
:
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Thursday the members of : J"
'' Prayer Group' the Farm Home f Herseys, and ;
a. m. Morning Woishi,- t'a. m.j ft.; Mark' Episcopal meeting In Fellowship Hall. 9:30: f Demonstration Club. Everyone; enJoyed Mr. and Mrs. Rodney. Hall I gathered for this
sons spent Sunday with. tier. AUTHORIZED
Junior. Choir, 5' p.:-'m. Evening !; BeT; Rai. nn i A Mae alu a. m. Chancel Choir rehearsal,!13 the demonstrations given parents :'Mrs. E. 'S. Sibley
Mr. and Mrs. RO..
: Dansby
Vespers, 6 p. m. Youth Fellowship, Sunday Services; --9:45 a.m, 7:30 p. m. /;I by Miss Alyce Jones of Clay' Electric in Starke. ami Monday where SALES e PARTS SERVICE
Friday Sacred music concert'! Cooperative.Don't tend the funeral'of-'
7 p. m. Church School; 11:00 a.nu Morag Mrs. Jimmy Ritch of
-. I) by '"The Singing Shepherds J forget the Valentine Keystorie.t J. -H. We ext
I Prayer and Sermon. Heights spent Friday Mayo. Our is and Modern
Everyone* welcome to. all serVices. -;I i HolyCommunion-First Sunday from Wilmore, Ky., 7:30 p. m. !Party and covered:! dish supper to I i sister Mrs. W. L. Packham.. pathy during this Shop Complete .
L I beAt held at the Community. Club J 'Mr and
Mrs.
I( 11:00 a.m. Third Sunday. I :; !
; Mr. and Mrs. J. TV Land of
i CHEVROLET AND
The I 6:30: p.: m. Tuesday Feb.' 14. '! Starke sta C
Tabernacle are
}
i :30 a.m. jat
I Flagler Beach 1
spent Wednesday R 0 B E R T
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH Wt'dnesday-7:00 p.m.. Choir I I House guests of Rev. and Mrs., with Mr and Mrs. T.. F. Howell. I father, E. ,& Sible 0 OLDS IOBILE'GreenCote'Spr

I Practice; 7:4R: p.m. Litany. an1 On Tuesday, Jan. 31, the Gospel], Mayton for the weekend seers; Mr. Mr. and Mrs.Ernest Triesi and Sibley is in Miami. ngs Ph. 3033
.Sunday' School l. 10, a. m. MornIng -1 Bible Study. Tabelnacle congregation will have'1' and Mrs. C. H. Janes Jr. of Cocoa,, ,
I sons( and. Mrs. Jean Wainwright ,
WO}" hip, 1J, a. m. Training j, an (opportunity to get first hand Mr., and Mrs. Jimmy Flynn, 'and' this notice. the f i iorh' | .
Union! ; <6':30' p. .m.- Evening Worship -I j i and brother Dennis Hall attended !\ Drug Store Jr.'P
EVEttGREEN information from the mission;daughter' Janet, of Ft. Myers, am engaged in 'bu"in i
I the wrestling matches 1 hi the
7I: p. 'm. BAPTIST CHURCH work in Quito Ecuador where and Mrs. C. M. Montgomery of i Call St.. Starke. "
1
Prayer'Meetlng.Wednesday Jacksonville Coliseum :Saturday .OHn W. White 45
,
Miss Phyllis Martin has been' Ft. Myer.sMr. St rke. Fla., sole
i fight.
7:30: p.. nuPastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach 'ministering during the past four and Mrs. Lewis Marton.anchUdreli d Dated'this lath:! Audr w5 Drugs
Rev. Barney Sweat. {mg 11 a, m. Training Union 6:30p. : 'I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graudon and A: D. 1961 at
were visiting his parents '
At that time ;
Everyone' Welcome. m. Preaching 7:3 p. m. Prayer I years. Mr. and Mrs. George Graudon of Starkf"visited County, Florid .
Mr.
i- Martin who have just returned and Mrs. Alex Marion in i

CHURCH. .' 1 Meettnr Wednesday'Werfpesdav- Bible 7:30 studv.p. m.7-30- from a visit with their daughter'!Green Cove Springs last Friday. Sunday.Mrs.Mr. and. Mrs. J. A. Gnann last IB The Circuit Court j In Winn-Dixie Shopping Center

f will present pictures and record- Mrs. P. S. Crews visited her Jadlelal Circuit
IIMIM'OX.\BJ\rTI T fi i i jp.m. Jos. E. Norman, pastor. ings of their experiences while in brother Bill Rivers, who i Is a patient Chester Searle'and daughter And For Bradford
: Jan in Gainesville Mon
i were IB ChftBrerr. WO
Sunday Services 1 HIGHLAND South America. Friends of the|I in the Veterans Hospital. in i r 1 PHONE 4-2511
Sunday
Martins Lake.City.Jast Sunday. day.Mr. Rodney Hull
are cordially ;invited to
School, 10 a. m. Morning.Worship BAPTIST CHURCH attend this service: "! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Addison n and Mrs. Dayton Annette'Vt'. Julie' Irene ,' .
11. a.< m. Training Union. 6:30: p-1' of Pennsylvania are visiting Mr.{lant.
School j and baby of Topeka, Kansas are-j NOTICE OF i
Sunday :45: a. m Regular services will be held
m. .EVening Worship 7:30: p. m. I'visiting; their Mr.and|and Mrs. T. W. Dickinson and I To: Julir Irene i! For
Morning Worship :1.a. m. and at the Tabernacle this week as parents Fill
Hill Road Oreenwich.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8 son. Eddie Mrs. Annette Is the.mother %
p.BAPTISI '
arid ''
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each usual. Mrs Cecil Addison and Mr. You are hereby Delivery
of Mrs. Dickinson. 1
complaint for divorce
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. Mrs. Sidney Starling. Mr. Addison
NEW' RIVER Mrs. Henry Loper, Mrs. M. L. against ,you hy ..
George Chasm pastor. Everybody MISSIONARY BAPTIST will leave In February for over jckjiam man in the 'above n I "I'r .f'
CHUPCB and Mrs. J. A, Gnannwere"
welcome Sunday SCh Ol,95: a.m. Morn- seas duty, and Mrs. Addison and you hereby' are '
rabstfcsses, together with'the copy pf your answer,
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor ng V'Trshlp: 11 a.m. Evenlnjt baby will remain here until h e 4th and 5th grades of Hampton inp'to'faid ('Qrnpl Visit.Our.

hip Hour,'11' a.'m. Evemnf: Servo MADISON STREET BAPTIST Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetlnf' returns. : last''Fri trff' attorneys. ; t
.at a party ay file the. t.1'lrinal of
Sch9.J { ) :
*m>, 1 ?. m. Prayer Meeting eae. 900 Block W. Madison St. each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Every Dr. and Mrs. J. D.' Simpson are afternoon honoring the teacher, other pleading: In the COMPLETE PUG STORE:
Wednesday, 7so p.m. Sunlay School 9:45: Jim Law one welcome.-Kev. H. H. Mott, the 'parents of a baby son bon n' !" Refreshments :Clerk of a'id-- Court. j ,
Mrs. Barbara :Pearson. February 6, 19CI.! .
pastor. I '
eon Superintendent. Thursday Jan 16, in Bradfol'dCounty' decree p'ro"ntes'n
were served and a., lovely
*
Morning Worship. 11:00.: Hospital. against 3ou.Dated FOUNTAIN GREETING CARDS
HOPE
BAPTIST
CHURCH was
gift presented:.to the honoree., .
in Stark,
and Mrs. 'J. W. Harden and *
FIRST Mr.
6:15 Jim Har- CHRISTIAN CLOCKS
Training Union : CHURCHCor. PHOTO SUPPLIESWe
Sunday Sunday School 10 Her. class deeply regrets: her leav- cember 3 A, 196ft.OFFICIAL'SEAL
m. den, Director. Call & Christian Streets' daughter, Debbie were visiting ( ) .f .c.
a. | 11
Morning: mesage a. m. Beach mg: arid wishes for her much CHARLES A, .\
Evening Worship, 7:30.: Bob L. Badl'ett,'Minister relatives in Jacksonville h
: j
Training Union 7.'p.m. Eveningm happiness In her new location. Clerk of the All
;'-sige 8 p. m.' Wednesday. Prayer Meeting,! Sunday School. 9:45: "a. m. Worship last weekend. > ){rs: Nehna Kenne and daugh- Bradford County Fill Prescriptions

Monday Bible Joy Club 4 :30.: and Communion. 10:45: a. m. Mrs. Milo Siegler is substitutingfor By Deputy/Marian!Clerk L. !.it'}:

to .5 p. m. Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice Mrs. Myrtle Lee Sweat at.Lake Act of, 1M1 will register with the/jTE.VCH 4-: .: ER'IN ANDREWS,. Owner & Pharmacista
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and I{ .
,
:
Wednesday -, Prayer,, Meeting PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS 6 p Jn. CYF, 7 p. m: : Butler school this week. Mrs." (for 'Bradford County.. Florida upon By renntont Tench '

,:30 p.. m. Choir Practice 8:30 CHURCH Wednesday '7:30: p. m. New Sweat underwent ear surgery in _... .. ... ..
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p. m.: PastoVj; Merle I,. Pa kham. Sunday School, 1C a. m.; Morning Training for Service.CHURCH a Tampa hospital. I I Ll I'l '*1 ul R rt *< J. ; -6''' t<- I t" vn..W\MtMr.n) S. + s I"ri 101

'SAY't'i; : Worship, 11 a. m.- Evangelistic Friends of-Mrs. Bryan Whit-
BETHEL MISSIONARYBAPTIST services. 7:30 0. m. UP GOD field, former resident of ':the, i

CHURCH "Come, let us reason together..' Sunday hool, 10 a: m. Mom Farm will be interested to know \
.
tag Worship. 11 A m. SundaEv4nhk y hat she underwent eye surge>ir -- -
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Sunday School, 1Q 'a, in.:Morn LATTEtt DAY SAINTS Service 7:45: p. m. YP8 in Alachua General Hospital last .

ing Worship; 11 a. '-gaining Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. ml i week. The operation was very

Union.' 6:30: .p. ,m. Evening ,Service Services each SundayIn old. Prayer Meeting F1ida). 7:45 p. nt successful. Mr. Whitfield spent ,
Masonic Hall Call St. is .
on E. 3un .
e r rs"
'
I Il
8. p. m. Prayer Meeting eacn the week with his son-hi;awand: :
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School 10 Sacrament
day a. m.
'-4 f
Wednesday, 8 p. m. Everyone reel SOUTHSIDE CHURCH. OF daughter Mr. and Mrs. Milo i fl
Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone we)
come.-Rev. R. L. Lee,:pastor 1 CHRIST Siegler while Mrs. Whitfield was
come. ,
3 AU. S. on 301. hospitalized.Mr. : f
''IIIW A Y. CHAPEL St. Edward's Catholic Chucb I Sunday Bible Classes, 10 aJ I I arid" Mrs. A. MT: Jones and

ASSEMBLY OF GODD. Starke Florida m.: Assembly Worship with the i family of Raiford had the,
P. Burgess Pastor Sund/ Mass at 10 a. m. Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.; Evening: to lose their home 'and all -

Sunday School, 9:45: a. jn. Holyday Masses &t 8:30 8, m. &1 Assembly Worship, 6:30: p, m. 'I! i its furnishings: by fire last Sun : \ l

Morning Worship; 11 a. m. Eventciistic 5:30pmr: Wednesday' Bible Classes dayaiternoopj 3 # 1'h origin,of. the .. .r i.. .,. i t ;i f fa .

Service, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Weekday Mass at 8:00: a. m. 7:30: p: m. Bill Simmons, Preach- fire was unknown. i /t
Confessions: 7 ft We extend our deepest sympathy
Saturday to
weekly prayer service 7:45 ........... "
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o. m. ... ..... to the family of Carlos ,
-sn. ..,,/. r r bs
l"Pl'ISTi Baptisms Gordon who passed away sudden
FAITH j J J ] marriages and Instructions Q Ql. -
:
\i. by STATE last 'Frlday.Sorry .
fLa\t1e1: appointment. FARM ly .,
A. E,. MAMCJ, Pastor .we didn't have any, news
AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH last week but sickness preventedus I
Bible uhooI:-'1U ,; ice- "' Sunday Schoo19t5 a. m.; Morning By Sirs. o. E. CrolbJ'AAA.A.AAAA..A from being able to get''it up. z :

Preaching, '11 a.-, m! Worship 11 a. m. Training \ See you next week, we hope. : 1 (,,, ,
]Evening ,Service '7:30 p. m. Union 6:45 p. m. .' .. .

Bible Study ;and Prayer,,Meet* Wednesday, Bible classes, 7:30: Rev. And Mrs. Mayton receipt of proof of publication\ n of .
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Honored On OF 1TRTIOTO: r "
tng' 7:80'p-ra. .. Wednesday.; p.m. Bill Simmons, preachef r. Mr.. Anniversary HKUISTER XOTIfK FICTITIors NAUR ( ,
\4',) .. and Mrs. J. Howard Ward, Notice in hereby given that'Jh* 4J .': : ,

.. .. Mr. and Mrs.'C. H. Janes Jr., and undersigned, .under, the provision y; 4i .
,, 'tt Edward Harriett, of Chapter 20,953, LAWS ,of Florida.! th
and John. An
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; :.: drew Mayton honored their -

: ,p Can a Motor Oil last .Sunday Rev. and afternoon Mrs. E. F.with Mayton a parents reception Radiq-TV Repair r'- % i,. & iiJ .99'


from 3 to 6 o'clock at the ?
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.I Increase* Gasolene 'Mileage] Community the 25th\ Club.wedding The anniversary occasionwas NEEL '. fg' .

of Rev. and .Mrs. Mayton. MOBILE RAQIO j : _

1r The club house was beautifully -, i. <
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decorated with gladioli and'potted 234, N. TEMPLE AVE. : 7 t

plants for this occasion. 1 r .. ... ..1'.d i

Refreshments of cake, coffee, (located in North Florida '

and punch were served by Mrs Supply Co, store) regularly 2.5O ea. : ir
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Blair. Mrs. J. H. Ward Sr., Mrs. v ,
ki315I:0I: R. P. ..... ...... .
: McLendon. Mrs. Jimmy Phone WO 45521If .. ....-. .r. .. ..
Flynn Mrs. KOI
Charles '
Ward Mrs; no answer call : '. save
Marvis Roberts Mrs: Karl R .
Owens, Mrs. J. W. Harden Mrs. WO '4-2113 r ." .. ...... ."*- .

A.. C.,Belche, Mrs; DeWitt Sin )" : : '..,. .

0q -. clair.. Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mrs: C. I ., .
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__ > piepawd-.-..toGtiet --C.; : '/.eo!-'" todWe.ro _. I). Mrs.F. Haddock H. 0., Mrs.Bates Buford) Mrs.Mitchell.H. M '! !' -:.G.f't r -:., e t xi Wr
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Sewfce,statioa ... Richarde Mr& 'Herman Boyette, ?

C. r 4ndOils cf tha-princip&i jobs" of i,motor o3 b fo.> Mrs. 'Charley Johns, .Mrs.'L. W. ''stud8nlS ". '..,'j'. "'. s
; -
eag'm4. friction' ..aDd engine &9ticnLfeiCMcwses'of ; : _4 I L; .... and Pace,Mrs.Mrs. C. M. Montgomery, $ :" .I : \:.'
EugeneWilliams.. : ;
gisofeao oonsumptio&f f' ., ,
s'the'better.a motor od driest fit fc 6 lees sfeerf The hostesses' poured coffeefrom' 1 '. .': ,.' ':. ;. .
: : .
$ .
,
g THef 1 .
'for each mile drive, a beautifully decorated \table l GEl .'; ,.1.:..;',;I. J. .. .' '!"'....;.'. ,t'.,, IS h' i : ma lc f bra"
jar use you covered with a'white cutwork .. t ,. .... .,JIo -... '-': .' .,.,,.. ... .-)" .: .'",.:,. .: ', IQI:1'," .
: ; I... .
We'have motor ott-Qtitt eta MX;Koofaofeafi, .," .. ... q
a cloth using the silver coffee ser to .1f" ''. -. '1',. .. f _' >. I ,

which reduces engine friction and pot tlctt_\ti t4 patsever : vice. The punch table was. also BEST Fat .._____ -':.. :. :;; -..:. Th,'mqrers of PIoytx offer this exgting

before possible. covered with a cutwork cloth and _. ',1 !.; "j, ,' ',4. .. I .. .t

Actually,it does the work::of several oils.! .'provides fighC10W the'silver punch service was used: ., I t-i.: .... .. ......., : .,1 '''gaf o'ccjuai/itQd': : .' saa.Decausfli'they.re! sure .' .

; grade performance at starting...mediWD'!grade Pink camellias 'were used, effec SCHOOL WORKl! 1 4 1 ,: .# :' t- ,' '.d ...- I, thgo"you"O-: q Playtex:f.a' lanMog'c ..' ".' F :c:
"up.i.andAeavy tively around the punch bowL The I .
performance..as'your'engine begins'to warm '" w "
SOugrade performance to resist thinning.;..inside,s' three-tiered: cake was placed'the 'in ,1 =: 'j i Bra; you wi iflTqlwayf. wear one, TfTe ,, ;'; ,

hot center of.a table cover d.witha ,' fittedCARTRIDGE i softest
exclusive
4 engine. custom .. : I undercup. panels of .. : .:I .:
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beautiful silver anniversary 7 ... >*=v .JV i .r.f i *
Not uill Cities Service SO i
y Koolmotor only increase cloth, with tall tap rs' In silver a1' i eirr. 'OMf-lr.tt-. 1 cotf: 6n >+v o you rtdv comfort,Jolting support .,. :,
gasolene '
L r your holders flanking.the arrangement c...... .. ..a...... ,. c.....,.. 0...... I, this bra '
: aba notice where b.r"_ d it most.And keeps
mileage...but you'll The ., y. ir/C yLrw.r t..rat e.rr''Y r ._ rwua.ulaUn,..,n..r .I ,- IIwe 1 -
Des receiving line :'was1' t : '
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composed
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power..for of f : its sb AAe'.a a ; rnoJ' haftr month. "
D the result of its super protection.-* Rev and Mrs. .Maytonan4 $$195 ., ?JJ < /

.. \,s\ their children. Mrs. ..Maytonchose : t' ; yelgf f1.r <>5 machine washings, :
,\ Stop in and change to 5D Kbol- fo>* her anniversary a beau ., .'. ;' ,
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motor Oil this week.SILCOX tiful gray taffeta' afternoon dress TYrf: < '.. '" "n.:. .:. ...-:- '.. ." .l..-" i.i .,.r,"y:t 1 .Hi5y1h bnJ taleadvantage> :' of this specialoffs

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with matching jacket. Her accessories ,-: '1 ) mod qyVus; :save.'iOl.fa; "a Gmlfede
I "
Ui and corsage werepink.. OR"REGutAI. ." ;" 1: ::.< '. .t! ',;' ,..;:, ? _

I About 150 guests called during CHOOSE Y&U8P01HT /f.- .' ." : .. timP l ahljl.J White 2A tQ 4QC, R g. .12.50I .
., :
the hours. .
appointed Among those '
(: 3: ,' '. ,
from out of town were Mr. 'and "C :. 'ecch--'now 2 for $ .9'1. J '

'Mrs. J. H. Ward and Harvey stopiato i yl l -; ':";' : :. ; "D" sizes reg. $3.5tt each 2 for $5.99.
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r ;
a" w Ward of Gainesville; Mr, and Mrs, _. ." .
H Maxwell of Sanderson, :Mrs. t. T '

J.:Ruffin Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. ,
limited time only -I last few days ast"9ay'
N. Falrcloth of Quincy. Mr. and Bradford : '
County
Mrs. Charles Ward and Ronnie ., 1 ? v. 1 : i : -. .>

Ward of GainesVille Mr. and Mrs. '

Clyde Hillhouse. Mrs. Cora Hill- BARKS
CITIESSERViCE9a.Tempf
T0R_ H'J. DALE'i
house of White Springs,' and Mr. ; -

and Mrs. C, H. Janes. of' Hawthorn .. .
ve. gtarke Ffcu .J .

,. ,, ._ ,.The,couple received many beau?* -. -- -. .. .. _....'.r. ". ::_ . ,Starke,::.Foxida{ . :' ., r._ .
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yyyyyyyyy..y.. yyyy" 'Wyyyyyyyyyyyyyy"yyyy marks were made by Principal J I Pauline Marshall reporter. the New =
Mt.
Pisgah on the fourth : T r ; ,
: "
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Thompkins and Supervisor Shell'. CHURCH NEWS Sunday in Feb. This service will : i" :

with high praise to the teacher] Nand ew Bethel,,Baptist'' Church be conducted by Bishop S. L.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy students. Velma Peek was pre-school group will have their Greene. Choir No. 1 rehearsal 1st

mistress of ceremonies and closed King and Queen contest on Fri and 2 Fri. nights Mrs. Mary Ella
Ozora Shell the program with a poem that I day Feb. 3, at 8 p. m. All parentsof Coleman Pres.; choir No. n rehearsal -
_.. . . . . . . ,', challenged each pupil present to tiny tots and
&&&&&&&&&&A&&AA&.&wsa.J&AAAA&&A. ) &..&&& 1 pre-school chil- 3rd and 4th Wed. nights, IT'S ILLEGAL
be someone great like Carver. I dren are asked by Mrs. Pauline Cornelius Hunter, Pres. Ali mem- ,
'
"Miss RJ.E. Contest the cool breeze while Supervisors '' "
Meeting
you pan. Marshall teacher, to make your bers are asked to observe this
The contest for Miss RJE will According to Principal E. Tomp- The annual midwinter meeting .reports for contest tickets during church schedule and support all
be conducted during the week kins and coaches Harvey andi| of the Supervisors of the the week. She will be in the act ivities. Vera Claire Coleman,

throughout the school by popular Shell all games will begin prompt-j1 FSTA was held at Volsuia County Youth building of the church reporter. [Harry Young, reporting -
ballot. Mr. H. Taylor, teacher of I ly at 7:30 p.m. Julius [Moot] Community College on Friday. from 8:30: to 3 p. m. Mon. thru ].
social studies, is chairman of the ''I Chandler and Charles Jackson are Perman Williams is president. Remarks Fri. Most Ancient Matron
activity. The eliminations were qualified and certified officials of were given ..i Sophia New March Of Dimes
by Dr. Gilbert.Royal asks all Juveniles of Ruth For Person Persons in
held last week in the 10, 11 and the Florida Inter-Scholastic Athletic 1 L. Porter Executive Secretary of'j'i Court No. 18 of Heroines of Jericho All parents are asked to supportthe Any or to Engage

12 grade classes. The following Association. FSTA who stated that the annual I to pay their endowment at New March of Dimes. Mrs. L.
persons were selected: 10th grade Outstanding Program meeting will be held in Miami on! once. Meeting was not held due M. Royal is chairman for our division -
Glory Edith Cummings; 11th "Thank You Kindly, Dr. Car- Mar. 30, 31 and April 1. The I to the severe cold weather. Next end will appreciate all
grade, Mary Belle Tyson; 12th ver," a short play in four scenes, theme: "America's Future Goes to meeting will be held the first contributions from lOc to $1, or Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

grade Cotes Houston. Each of with narrators, was presented at I School Today." A research study Tuesday in February, if weather even $10. Make your checks payable -
these young ladies made some distinct RJE High School assembly on is being made by the supervisorson permits. Ministers and Deacons to Bradford County New

contributions during her Thursday, Jan. 19, by the 7th "A Sutdy of Relationship Between Union of the Mt. Sinia M. B. Association March of Dimes-Staff reporter.
school'life at RJE. The student Grade. Instructional Practices and' is now in session at Antioch The Name Is Registered
body will decide by popular votes The impressive play, depicting Other Factors Involved in the Baptist Church. Rev. George _. ;,';
who will be the queen of the highlights in the of Dr. Academic Performance In The Court Of Thr County Judge
career of Pupils. Lee. pastor, and president Otis. Bradford County, FloridaIn ,.
school. The first attendant will Carver, the great Negro scientist .Fourteen countries are taking Arnold in charge. The funeral of. Probate ', ,
be the person with the second whose research developed part in the include' In Re: Estate of John W. WH- -
many study which Rachael; Murphy will be held aNew t lard. Deceased. Read This Florida Law
highest number of votes: second new uses for the peanut, was ;'Bradford County. Project com- Bethel or New Hope, according -,. Notice Of Filing Petition For:.
attendant will be the girl with the written by a teacher in Virginia iletion is the goal of the department to a report from Rev. Vinson. .Final To All Discharge Whom It Of May Administrate Concern:
third highest number. For the State SchoolDr. : at the Miami meeting. Cooperation James Diggs, son of Deacon and| Notice is hereby given that I:
first time in the history of this Carver as a boy was portrayed for this study is being Mrs. John Diggs, Sr. is home from L: have ministratrix filed my of final the estate returns of as John ad

activity there will be no "Miss by M. J. Slocum, and as given by Principals Eddie Thomp- USAF after completing his W. Wlllard, deceased; that I have "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined herda to
RJJ2. Elementary." Only stu- a,man by Jimmie L. Jenkins. Narrators kins and C. C. Anderson. basic training in Texas. He will filed my petition for final discharge ,
dent in the 10, 11, 12 grades are were Marion A. Jenkins, Called Meeting leave and that r will apply to the Honorable I enrage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined
Sunday at 5 p. m. for a base Theron A. Yawn County Judge
eligible for this honor, 1961. The Barbara A.McCollum, Jackqueline A special closed meeting was 800 miles from his initial locationin of Bradford County, Florida at without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

queen for 1960 was Ruby Dee Tis- Marshall and Gwendolyn L. ColE called by Chairman Eddie Texas but still in Texas never i 1961 10:00, for o'clock approval A. M. of on the February same and 20, clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business
dale of Lawtey. WHO WILL B lins. Many other students took ,Thompkins with for final
the members of r the-less. How big can the "Lone I discharge as administratrix
CROWNED MISS RJE FOR 1961? i part in the large cast. the Citizens Committee for buss Star State" be? Next week we will| lard[ of deceased.the estate of John W. Wil- Is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit .

Basketball Highlights State Department Visitor ness of vital importance. The re- give a more definite address of I j jour This Janaury 16, 1961. signed by all interested persons,. stating under oath the names of

On Friday night RJE Tigers and Miss Frances Thomas Special suits and decisions of this meeting community son who is the I Administratrix PATRICIA MARY of HYMAN the estate of aH those interested in the business enterprise- the extent of the in-
Tigerettes won a twin bill from 1st in Home Economics and Ad-' will be revealed to the members most recent contribution of RJE John W. Willard deceased. terest of each and the fictitious
under which said
name business la carried
Wllliston Vocational High Schoolin visor to New Homemakers of at the next regular meeting graduates to the armed forces Hollis V. Knight,
WIlliston. The girls score was America, visited the Starke, Florida on. Said registration may not be made until the
homemaking on Monday, Feb. 13. Visitors will 1 I Staff reporter. Attorney for Administratrix. person or persons desiring
22-32; boys 5144. The return department of RJE on Thursdayand be admitted. The meeting beginsat : Church Of God In Christ. ElderD. 1-1, 61 4t 2-9 to engage in business under a fictitious name shall! have advertised his or

game for Williston will be playedon made significant observations 8 p. m. R. Williams pastor. Sunday to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
Tuesday. Jan. 31. 7:30 pjn at the assembly program that was PTA To Meet At RJE School at 10 a. m. Dea. T; Hall, I
The general public is invited to presented by the 7th grade. Mrs. The regular meeting of the RJE, Supt., Church services ''all day. ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

attend. Come and root for the L. M. Royal, teacher. Incidentally" county-wide community PTA will I1 I 1 Young People's Willing Workers WILLIAMS where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be
home teams. According to recent she is a graduate of Tuskegee Institute be held on ,Wed., Feb. 1, at 8
p.i Club will meet at 6 p .m. The accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ef
reports this will be the last year and had first-hand experiences m. President Levy Lennon is ask- president Sis. Hamilton asking such
JEWELRY publication.
to attend the games on an out with the late Dr. GeorgeW. ing all parents in all commun- all] members and friends to attend

door court so come out and enjoy Carver, eminent scientist. Re- ties to attend this meting. Remember and take part in the youth program .

if you have even onechild that will feature singing andmusic. WATCHES DIAMONDS tt
This Week'sUnconditionally in attendance at RJE fromHampton 11 The fifth Sunday night REPAIRS
Lawtey. Brooker, New JI is always given over to the youth
River, Graham, Wateroak, Reno, department of the church. Tues. An Work Guaranteed
or Lincoln City, you are a patron i1 night, Bible Band; Thurs. night, A. C. Williams If you are engaged in business under any name
of RJE and should be memberof
a n Missionary Band; Fri., Tithing 142 W. Call St.
the PTA. Mrs. L. Broxtcn, Secretary I
service. Know our new pastor.

Carnation. Club hAll Elder been D. R.appointed Williams of pastor Alachua of I Starke Fla. other than your own, and have not had this name

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members are asked to join Starke Church of God in Christ.
the circle of church worship for He received the appointment on

the 1961 year by meeting at New January 9 during the annual meeting IT PAYS TO properly advertised and registered we will he

Hope Baptist Church Rev. L. W. in Gainesville. Bishop H. Williams Trade with SLADE ,
Mosley, pastor. President Brooks presiding. Elder Williams is
Guarenteed asks members that find it impos-: head of the music department

sible to be present to send your of A. L. Mebane High School glad to give you all necessary Information as to

TUNG OIL OUTSIDE WHITE presence in some other member'spocketbook. ,where he is an nstructor in music. Bottled Gas
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Let us begin this yearwith He was formerly assistant pastorin
(In City)
a big donation to New Hope Alachua. Mother Lizzie Hall
GALLON .1 Mrs. Leola Morris is one of the and; all the members are happy to $6.50 what you should do. I :

$4.95 club members of this church. A. have this young talented Elder i in '

R. Jenkins, reporter. Starke. The general public is invited
Four Hundred Social Club to our services. Sis. C. B.
Meeting is held Monday No Gas Cost Less
every Samuel, reporter.
Tung Tex Int. or Ext. Masonry And night at 8 p. m. at the TryMeCafe. Reporters Meet
Than "Slade Gas"
According to financial secretary .
Two church reporters met at :
t .
SHEET ROCK PAINT Carldwell, membershiPdrive RJE last week for instructions on
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is now on and new memberswill writing news articles. Mr. Mat- II. -'
be welcome. A small Joiningfee Si th ews, publisher, will supply the I

GALLON $$3.55 Fiesta is required.Social Saving' Club group for with writing some news additional articles.material A- L AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

The regular meeting of the one] hour session will be held each
Fiesta Club will be held at Water- Tuesday night for the next I,I

oak School on Sat. Jan. 27 at 8 3 month, 7 to 8 p. m. at RJE school. .
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ABC Financing Up To $3,500 p. m. Vice-President and organizer A press club will be organized :
AUTO GLASSMauldin's AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC MOTORS OFFICE MACHINES
Clarence DeSue urges all members I|as soon as enough persons enroll. I

36 MONTHS TO REPAY to be present and on time. Election -'Mrs. Glennis Solomon is the new Auto Glass : TRANSMISSIONS Electric Motor Hancock
Typewriter
of officers will be held at reporter of New Hope Baptist;

Free Estimates-Monthly Payments this meeting.LlneolnDoulass. Mrs. C. B. Samuel is the reporterfor COMPLETE STOCK CURVED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Repair Co. Exchange
Banquet GLASS ARE: OUR BUSINESS
the Church of God in Christ: OF GAINESVILLE, INC. Smith-Corona
American Legion Post 314 and Windshield & Door Glass Service & TypewritersClary
Repairs-Work
$10.00 And Up and Mrs. Lane is the new reporter COMPLETE ELECTRIC MOTOR Business
Machines
Auxiliary will have their annu Replaced In Any Make Guaranteed
er of First Born Temple, south
SALES AND SERVICE Repair. Any Make Machine
banquet and Saturday Car Or Truck "
program on Starke. We really miss Mrs. W.
Lamar PearsonAT ,Genuine Wagner Electric ProductsFR FR -5551
Feb. 25, at 8 p. m. Ticketsare Strong, who now resides in her We Handle Saftey Glass 2-8318 431: N.'Maln.
Gainesville
Call WO 4-4201 Till 5:00 p. m. now on sale. All members, lovely new home in Jacksonville.Your FR 6-2558 TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE 1030 S. Main. Gainesville I
churches, and friends are askedto editor. 1314 S. Main Gainesville 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville II OPTICIAN
After 5 p. m. Call Eston Jordan-WO 4.2914 support this annual fund raising Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, I I

project. They have visited and Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will i AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO TRIM FLOOR AND TILE I Beck um'a. Opticians
STARKE helped you. Now it is your turn hold Sunday School at 10 CONTRACTORSBobby
BUILDERS SUPPLIES a. m. Lindsej L Beckum, B O.
to help them. Benefit Eccleston with Miss Fannie Bell Frazier in IMPERIAL CHRYSLER L. .Lenses Duplicated
Bryan Quick
Callahan Cripple Children's Home charge. This is Missionary Day PLYMOUTH VALIANT Baker Auto Trim Artificial Repair
Phone WO 4-4201 Starke, Fla and the local building fund. Mr. and all members are asked to Authorized SalesPartsService TERRAZZO CERAMIC Filled Eyes-Prescriptioni
and Mrs. Julius Royal Presidents. CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE Promptly
L rally to this organization of the HawesPowersMotor HARDWOOD FLOORING 22 W. University FR 6-3518
church. Rev. Sampson is allowing Headliners
Arm Rests
Co. Gainesville Fla.
Floor Sanding & FinishingFR
the Trustees to have charge of Floor Mats Upholstering -
services on Sunday to help in the FR 2-2561 Lowest Prices 6-6762 FR 6-4445 PHOTOGRAPHY,
1939 N. E. 27th Gainesville
expenses of operations. Prof Eddie 204 N. Main GainesvilleUsed -
Thompkins chairman, Is asking all Cars 312 N. Main FR 2-3226 Roy N. Green, Inc.
members to contact leaders so FR 6-3400 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville FOOTWEAR Direct Color Portrait for Guts

t''! ,: that they may make a good financial Commercial Portraits
r report. At 3 p. m. the Missionary LINCOLN MERCURY COMMERCIAL MITCHELL'S"Family Pictography. .
,-:. program and meeting will COMET-FIAT-RENAULT REFRIGERATION I Footwear Specialist" Complete Camera Supplies

beheld at Mt. Zion. Lawtey. Junior Authorized SalesServiceParts .I '* Jarman Shoes for Men 1118 W. University FR 2-<<58
Trained MechanicsGood
Church every Monday at 5 p. Refrigeration Jarman Jr. for Boys Gainesville, 'FIa.
m. Girl Scout meeting every Used Cars Rhythm Step, Vitality for Ladies h.

Thurs., 3 p. m., room 22, RJE.- Barkley Motors Service Co. Orthopedic Shoes for InfantsOn POWER SAWS

E. J. Givens, reporter.Mt. 615 N. Main Gainesville Sidney Leopold, Owner The Square Gainesville, Fla 'McCULLOCH

Moriah Methodist Church, Commercial RefrigerationAir CHAIN SAWS
.Rev. L. H. McClendon pastor, held B. & G. Motor Co., Inc. Conditioning GARDEN SUPPLIES NEW-USED ML>5-SERVICE

.regular pastoral services on Sun- IIILLMAN Fricidaire lee Makers
day starting with Church Schoolat OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Sold And Serviced Anytime Johnson & Paris, InComplete c. Florida, Saw Co.

I 10 a. m. Supt. Robert Dell in Gainesville FR 2-8392 Line of FR 6-3411
charge. Morning worship at 11 a. Authorized Sales-Service-Parts Heights FR 6-7700 SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-Gainesville
,'
m.; evening worship at 6:30 p. m. FR 6-7515 SHOES -'
The spirit was high all day. Rev. 115 S. W. Second Gainesville CONCRETE PRODUCTS Insecticides Pet Supplies I :

.E. M. Hurley District Supt.. will VOLKSWAGENSales 'We'Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' I Bob's Shoe Store

ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE conduct his first quarterly conference -service Parts 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476 i Shoes for The Entire Family
for this year on Sunday, INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
I' FORTUNE FOR MEN
Jan. 29, 11 a. m. All officers and Miller-Brown CONCRETE PRODUCTS *
YOU-BY MAIL MUSIC
CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
members are urged to be presentfor Motors Inc. ARE THE BEST FROM *
ENDWELL FOR CHILDRENBags
When you drop in Here via the rdn this meeting and installation.Other FR 2-3532, The. Music Center 11 Millenery Accessories
: mat official Edwards
I business must be Building
you get the same prompt though I transacted according to Layleader 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville PIANOS-ORGANS- 21 W. University Gainesville

actually visiting us.Your deposits.withcJ 1 Harry Young. Trustee Board and Supply, Inc. BAND INSTRUMENTS SPORTING GOODS
and most other bank transactions c can bajtyfrom Offical Board meetings will be Pontiac Sales-Repairs
Montgomery 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 Sheet Music Accessories
effected by mail-speedily and sal'' held each Wed. night before the I
Inc. Gainesville, Fla. "You Can't Beat our Terms" This Area's Most Complete Line
anywhere the postman goes. Call in :1 personi second Sunday. Trustees will meet : 1025 W. University Gainesville ef Sporting Goods at
when you can: other times. "see" us i la >mail! at 7 p. m. and be joined by all 'PONTIAC -CMC TRUCKS -
other officials at 8 p. m. Chair- B. M. C. SPORTS CARS DOORSWINDOWS Jimmie Hughes Inc.
,
man Robert Dell is asking all trustees Authorized Sales-Parts Service MUSIC SUPPLIES

to be on time so that it will FR 2-2585 Florida Jalousies I Lillian's Music Store 1113 W. University Gainesville
not delay official board meeting. 220 N. W. 8th Ave., Gainesville
On the third Sunday in Feb. our OF GAINESVILLE INC. "Gainesville Leader" Since 1933
F LO R I DA' Sunday School will worship with Crane Motor Co. WINDOWS DOORS KRAKAVER WINTER-CABLE YARNS-TOYS

Mt. Pisgh Church in So. Starke. LARK-ANGIIA- ALUMINUM AWNINGS PIANOS PIANORGRANS Jack and JillA

] Supt. Dell is asking all parents ENGLISH FORD Palm Beach Awning WindowsAll CHORD ORGANS $159-$375
Line of
-- - with cars to meet at the church Meet A.W.M.A, SpecificationsWrite Guitars Drums Sheet Music Complete
I : A I ;'c& & Authorized Sales & Service"Complete' Or Call For EstimatesFR BudgetsFR Yarns Needlework; Notion
JJIULk: 4tONE I by 8:30: a. m. to furnish transportation '
,- .- -, ; ,- -- : for the scholars. The Service for AU Yakea"E. 2-8215 6-5931 Free Instructions
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.
506 University Ave. FR 2-4251
,church and school are asked to 1817 Hawthorne Rd.. Gainesville 112 S. E. First Gainesville Toys-Gsme-Dofs-Hobbies
OF 29 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL CROUP: MEMBER: FEDERAL I DEPOSIT INSURANCE COM j 1 1 support the dedication services of Gainesville Fla. 625 University Ga1nelY1l1e.w

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